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Title: The Santa Rosa press gazette
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Publisher: Milton Newspapers, Inc.
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Place of Publication: Milton Fla
Publication Date: April 2, 2008
Copyright Date: 2009
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eSanta Dosa's Press


Four year old weighs 10 pounds


7 Deputies ar,


Is on two neglect cases


By BILL GAMBLIN
bganblin,@stpressgazette. corn
Three individuals were
arrested Friday on two sepa-
rate neglect charges by
deputies with the Santa Rosa
County Sheriff's Office.
One case involved the
arrest of a 19-year old Pace
woman who was charged
with neglect of a child with
great bodily harm, a second
degree felony.
Erin Brittany Marks, of

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Briefs

Williams seeks

GPS removal
Thomas Marlin
Williams, the Santa Rosa
business owner arrested in
January on charges includ-
ing fraud and exploiting the
elderly, has requested the
court consider discontinu-
ing the GPS device he
wears as a condition of his
release. Williams has been
out on bond since February,
when the bond amount was
reduced from $195,000 to
100,000. The hearing is
scheduled for April 10. A
nominal trial date is set for
May 19.

Mill site work

to resume
Construction has
resumed at Locklin Lake
where the remains of a 180
year-old saw mill wereun-
covered in February during
a Milton public works' proj-
ect to replace the existing
dam. Work will resume in a
limited capacity as archaeol-
ogists finish up their study
of the site, as approved by
the State Division of
Historic Resources, reports
City Manager Donna
Adams. There is no word
yet as to what the fate of the
historic artifacts will be.
Adams expects the subject
to be discussed at the next
City Council meeting sched-
uled for Monday, April 7.
See the Saturday April 5th
issue of the Press Gazette
for further details.


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A n d rea
Lane in
Pace, was
arrested
following
an inves-
tigation
by the
Santa
Rosa
County
Sheriff's
Office
and the


Markes
Department


involving a Iour y eal m
child.
Markes is currently
being held in the Santa Rosa
County Jail on a bond of
$100,000.
On March 12 deputies
with the Santa Rosa County
Sheriff's Office were con-
tacted by the Department of
Children and Families in ref-
erence to a four year old
of child being admitted to the


Care Unit
at Sacred
He a r t


four year
old child,
w h ose
identity
is being
withheld, Pegel
had a body temperature of


9 1 1
degrees
and was
dehydrat-
ed. The
child was
supposed
to be on
medica-
tions for
seizures,
but no
traces of Ritz
the medication could be


Pace singer's homecoming...


Pace's Cody Collins, third from left, with the group Lonestar, will be one of three major recording acts to perform this week-
end at the Beulah Sausage Festival this weekend at the Escambia County Equestrain Center. Lonestar will perform Saturday at
3 p.m. and will return to take the stage again at 9 p.m.
Submitted photo


Lonestar to


at festival


0 Saturday will be Collins'first appearance locally in six years


By JENI SENTER
jsenter@srpressgazette. corn
Pace native-Nashville
superstar Cody Collins
returns home to play with his
band Lonestar at the Beulah
Sausage Festival on April 5
at the Escambia County
Equestrian Center.
Collins will rock the
stage Saturday at 3 p.m. and
again at 9 p.m.
"I am so excited about
playing at home. Traveling
with Lonestar, I have been to
so many great places I have
never visited before, but I
can't wait to come home and
see my family and friends. I
haven't been home since
Christmas and it has been
about 6 years since I have
seen some of my friends,"
Collins says.
Collins attended Pace
High, where he graduated in
2002.
While attending Pace
High, Collins, with three
other Gulf Coast teens,
formed a band called
McAlyster.
"Pace High always treat-
ed me well. They were great
about working with me [my
singing career]. As a matter
of fact, I will be staying in
town for a week after the


show and, yes, I plan to visit
Pace High. I look forward to
seeing all my old friends,"
says Collins.
After the split of
McAlyster, Collins moved to
Atlanta to pursue a solo
career. He began playing at
Cowboys, a famous country
bar, and was discovered by
Lonestar keyboard player
Dean Sams. In late 2007,
Collins was asked to be the
new lead for Lonestar.
When asked how it feels
to be the lead singer for a
band he grew up listening to,
Collins answers, "At first it
was kind of overwhelming,
but now it's great because I
am getting to play with a tal-
ented band that knows what
they are doing and the guys
have become my best
friends. They have been sea-
soning me and filling me in
on all of the do's and don'ts
of the business. Traveling is
definitely crazy. Right now
we are touring, promoting
our new single, and record-
ing our new album. We are
trying to schedule a tour with
other artists. I would love to
be able to play the civic cen-
ter [in Pensacola]."
Pam Kritzmire, Collins'
See COLLINS Page 5A


Cody Collins helps with a microphone check prior to a per-
formance by Lonestar.
Submitted photo


found in his system. He was
also suffering from bedsores
according to the report.
According to Sgt. Scott
Haines the child does suffer
from serious pre-existing
medical conditions, howev-
er, medical personnel believe
neglect played a key factor
in his current condition upon
admittance to the hospital.
When the child was
brought to the hospital, he
See NEGLECT Page 5A


Local ID


theft is a


problem

By JENISENTER
jsenter@srpressgazette.com
"The one thing I want to
leave my children is an hon-
orable name. "
Theodore Roosevelt
Names carry with them
the honor, or the stigma, of
financial responsibility.
Keeping your good name
often relies on guarding your
identity from theft.
"In 2006 and 2007, there
were 30 cases of identity
theft reported to the State
Attorney's office," says
Richard Furmaniuk with the
Milton office. "Of these 30
cases, all except six cases
had charges filed by the
State."
In those six cases, the
state used the original
charges instead of submitting
a second set of charges
against the purpetrator of this
crime.
According to the FBI,
identity theft is increasing at
an alarming rate. Recent
identity theft statistics
released by the agency claim
that 9.91 million Americans
were victims of this crime
and have experienced losses
totaling $52.6 billion.
Since 1995, Identity
Theft has increased 250 to
300% each year. Statistics
show that in 2006 there were
17,780 people in Florida
who were victims of this
crime. Most people, unfortu-
nately,
See ID Page 5A


Tourism


workshop


is April 9
By RYAN ARVAY
rarvay@srpressgazette. com
The Santa Rosa County
Tourism Development
Council will be hosting a
workshop for those interest-
ed in utilizing some of the
area's historic homes and
buildings as a bed and break-
fast. The workshop will be
held on April 9 from noon to
4 p.m. at the Imogene
Theater on Caroline Street.
"We really feel that
downtown Miltonlias gotten
to the point where we have
some'nice little gift shops,
we have some nice restau-
rants, we have the art gallery,
we've got the riverwalk, but
there's nowhere to stay down
there." says Kate Wilkes
with the TDC.
"We see this as the next
step in developing historic
downtown Milton and
Bagdad," she says.
As part of the work-
shop,Patricia Detwiler, presi-
dent of the Florida Bed and
Breakfast Association, will
See TDC Page 5A









Community


Santa Rosa's Press Gazette


SPEAK April declared library appreciation


OUT





Monday (on-line)
I am in line with com-
ments supporting no tax
money to go to these
sporting events. We are at
an economic standstill
folks! The schools and
everything associated
with them are always
about one thing-there is
never enough money and
if you dont pony up, the
children will be the ones
hurt. Give me a break. Six
year old tee ball World
Series? Says a lot about
how ridiculous and
spoiled our country has
gotten. I also agree the
organizers are the ones
who have the most to
lose.

Sunday (on-line)
I think that this is a
great opportunity for our
county. I am a registered
voter and I support the
county giving the money
for the World Series 100
percent. This will be a
huge boost for the local
economy and it will show
a commitment to the
youth of our community. I
hope that the county com-
missioners do the right
thing and approve this.

Saturday, 12:47 p.m.
Yes, I hope everybody
read the letter to the editor
in Saturday's paper by
someone named Steve
Allen who really did his
homework and went out
and looked at the problem
regarding the sports com-
plex. I hope everyone
gets the chance to read it.
You ought to put it on the
front page.

Friday, 2:59 p.m.
Good afternoon. My
name is Norman. We are
regular customers of K-
Mart and Food World in
Milton and we really
enjoy shopping local.
There have been several
accidents over the years at
the east exit of the parking
lot due to its design and
configuration. The
arrows and traffic lines
need to be repainted and
the concrete island just
inside of the parking lot
needs to be removed as it
is in the traffic lanes.
Thank you for taking my
call.

Friday, 2:12 p.m.
Why is the proposed
bus route starting at
Target in Pensacola when
Santa Rosa County has a
Target? It would make
more sense to include an

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


month across Santa Rosa County


Special to the Press Gazette
At the March 25 Board
Meeting, the Santa Rosa
County Commissioners rec-
ognized the Santa Rosa
County Library System and
presented the Library Board
Advisory Committee with a
certificate proclaiming April
as Library Appreciation
Month. The Proclamation
reads:
WHEREAS, our Santa
Rosa County Public
Libraries are a cornerstone
for our democratic society
and provide materials for
reading, listening, and view-
ing, computers for public
use, and information and
programs for children, fami-
lies, and adults to enrich
their lives and their under-
standing of the world; and
WHEREAS, our Public
Libraries provide residents
of Santa Rosa County with
access to important research
and information about con-
sumer topics, health, recre-
ation, economics, environ-
mental issues, employment,
business opportunities, and
countless other subjects to
improve living conditions
and to help our residents live
more productive and fulfill-
ing lives; and


Peggy Toifel, Chairperson of the Library Advisory Board accepts the Proclamation on behalf of the library system as Mike
Sandier, Advisory Board member looks on.
Submitted photo


WHEREAS, our Public
Libraries support a competi-
tive workforce with access
to the Internet and other
resources to find, evaluate
and use information neces-
sary for their jobs, business,
and delivery of governmen-
tal services; and
WHEREAS, the expan-


sion of electronic networks
linking our Public Libraries
and their resources allows
information to be shared by
and among all library users
and citizens.
NOW, THEREFORE,
the Board of County
Commissioners of Santa
Rosa County does hereby


proclaim the month of April
2008 as Library
Appreciation Month in
Santa Rosa County and
encourages all citizens to
take advantage of the many
services offered through our
Santa Rosa County Public
Libraries.
The Santa Rosa County


Library System is a depart-
ment of the Santa Rosa
County Board of County
Commissioners. Libraries
are located in Gulf Breeze,
Jay, Milton, Navarre, and
Pace. Further information
can be found at
http://www.santarosa.fl.gov/
libraries.


County gets emergency food and shelter grant


Santa Rosa County has
been awarded federal funds
under the emergency food and
shelter national board program.
Santa Rosa County has
been chosen to receive
$23,655.00 to supplement
emergency food and shelter
programs in the area.
The selection was made by
a National Board that is chaired


by the Department of
Homeland Security's Federal
Emergency Management
Agency (FEMA) and consists
of representatives from the
Salvation Army; American Red
Cross; Council ,of Jewish
Federations; Catholic Charities,
USA; National Council of
Churches of Christ in the USA;
and the United Way of America


which will provide the admin-
istrative staff and functions as
fiscal agent. The Board was
charged to distribute funds
appropriate by Congress to
help expand the capacity of
food and shelter programs in
high-need areas around the
country.
A local board made up of
the United Way of Santa Rosa
County: Santa Rosa County;
The City of Milton; the
American Red Cross; the
Salvation Army: Local
Ministerial Association.
Catholic Charities of NW
Florida: The NW Florida Area
Agency on Aging Inc.; Santa
Rosa County Emergency
Management; and a home-
less/formerly homeless or past
recipient of services will deter-
mine how the funds awarded to
Santa Rosa County are to be
distributed among the emer-
gency food and shelter pro-
grans run by local service
organization in the area. The
Local Board is responsible for


recommending agencies to
receive these funds and any
additional funds available
under this phase of the pro-
gram.
Under the terms of the
grant from the National Board,
local agencies chosen to
receive funds must: 1) be pri-
vate non-voluntary non-profit
or urits of government, 2) have
an accounting system, 3) prac-
tice nondiscrimination, 4) have
demonstrated the capability to
deliver emergency food and/or
shelter programs, and 5) if they
are a private voluntary organi-
zation, they must have a volun-
tary board. Qualifying organi-
zations are urged to apply.
Deadline to apply is 4:00 p.m.
on Wednesday April 9, 2008.
Any application postmarked
by this date will be considered.
Santa Rosa County has
distributed Emergency Food
and Shelter funds previously to
Tri-County Community
Council and South Santa Rosa
Interfaith Ministries, Inc.


These agencies were responsi-
ble for providing emergency
shelter assistance to 95 people
and utility assistance to 169
people who had no other
resources with which to meet
their own needs.
Public or private organiza-
tions interested in submitting
an application for Food and
Shelter Program funds must
contact Guy Thompson,
Chairman for the United Way
of Santa Rosa County, Post
Office Box 284, Milton,
Florida 32572, (850) 623-
4507. or you may contact
Donna S. Adams, City
Manager, City of Milton, at
(850) 983-5411.
Applications are to be sub-
mitted to Guy Thompson by
4:00 p.m. on Wednesday, April
9,2008.
Applications postmarked
by this date will be considered.
Any organization submitting
an application will be informed
of the date that the Local Board
will meet.


WSRE honors 'Golden Apple' teachers


In upholding its mission of
education, WSRE announces a
special television program
honoring local teachers, "The
Golden Apple Awards:
Celebrating Teaching
Excellence." The program
aired on WSRE Tuesday, April
1 at 7 p.m. and there will be an
encore presentation Sunday,
April 6 at 3 p.m.
This program will take
viewers inside the classrooms
of the "Teacher of the Year"
school district finalists and
winners from Escambia, Santa
Rosa, and Okaloosa Counties
and features tributes from the
district superintendents, peer
teachers, administrators, and
students. Also featured are the
professors and instructors
receiving the honor of being
named as awardees to
Pensacola Junior College's


"Academy of Teaching
Excellence."
Viewers will see some of
the latest technology being
used in classrooms today, from
Pre-kindergarten to college, as
well as effective teaching
methods that inspire students
to take an active part in the
learning process. Watch as
these educators share their pas-
sion for teaching and learning.
In addition to the produc-
Stion of this local program,
WSRE is pleased to celebrate
the work of educators by hon-
oring every "Teacher of the
Year" in Escambia, Santa
Rosa and Okaloosa counties
with a congratulatory
announcement television spot.
The spots, which will air each
weekday at 5:58 p.m. begin-
ning in April on WSRE, fea-
ture pictures of these award-


winning teachers and high-
lights of their schools and spe-
cializations.
Congratulations to all of
the educators selected as
"Teacher of the Year," nomi-
nated for their dedication and
outstanding contributions to
the education of our commu-
nity's students. WSRE is
proud to honor educators in
our area who are making a dif-
ference in the lives of their
students each day helping
them to learn, achieve and
succeed.
WSRE, Viewer Supported
PBS for the Gulf Coast is a
service of Pensacola Junior
College and has been helping
the community "Be more con-
nected" for 40 years by
encouraging our viewers to
engage more deeply in the
world around them.


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is accepting applications for a
Management Analysis/
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Sheriff's Report


Sanlta Rosa Countvy
Sheriff's Report from iMarch
3 to March 6. 2007
Gamble. Timothy
Lawrence: Male; 18: 6813
Oak St.. Milton: Alter
Identification on WEAP
Remove Serial Number .
From Firearm (14 cts.),
Weapon Offense Deliver
Possess Sell Altered Firearm
(2 cts.), Damage Prop-Crim
Misch Over $200 under
$1,000 (2 cts.), Burgl
Dwelling Structure or
Conveyance Armed, Burgl
Tools-Possess With Intent to
Use (2 cts.), Burgl Impair
Dwelling Phone Power
Further Burglary (2 cts.),
Larc-Grand of Firearm (17
cts.), Dealing in Stolen
Property (2 cts.), Obstruct
Police Divulge Police Radio
Info to Aid Suspect (2 cts.),
Burgl Unoccupied Structure
Unarmed, 3/3/08
Hasle, Michael
Antuane; Male; 22; 6474
Skyline Dr, Milton;
Probation Violation-Felony.
3/3/08
HiggS, Ronald Rickey;
Male; 28; 2199 Bergren Rd,
Gulf Breeze; Damage Prop-
Crim Misch $200 and Under
(2 cts.), Burg! of Unoccupied
Dwelling Unarmed, No
Asslt/Batt (2 cts.), Larc-Petit
1st Offense. 2/28/03
King, Justin Michael;
Male; 25; 711 Underwood
Ave., Pensacola; Marijuana
Possess Over 20 Grams.
3/3/07
Odom, Colin Jean;
Male; 30; 4605 Woodbine
Road, Milton; DUI. 3/3/08
Borders, Justin Tyler;
Male; 16; 6543 Lark Ave,
Milton; Public Order
Crimes-Accessory After the
Fact of 1st Degree Fel, Burgl
Unoccupied Conveyance
Unarmed, Obstruct Police
Divulge Police Radio Info to
Aid Suspect (2 cts.), Alter
Identification on WEAP
Remove Serial Number from
Firearm (14 cts.), Weapon
Offense deliver Possess Sell
Altered Firearm (2 cts.),
Burgl Dwelling Structure or
Conveyance Armed, Burgl
Impair Dwelling Phone
Power Further Burglary,
Larc-Grand of Firearm (17
cts., Dealing in Stolen
Property (2 cts.). 3/3/08
Morency, Stephen
Douglas Male; 17; 6469
Bruce Ln, Milton; Damage
Prop-Crim Misch over $200
Under $1,000 (2 cts.), Burgl
Unoccupied Structure
Unarmed, Burgl Tools-
Possess W/Intent to Use (2
cts.), Burgl Impair Dwelling
Phone Power Further
Burglary (2 cts.), Obstruct
Police. Divulge Police Radio
Info to Aid Suspect (2 cts.),
Burgl Dwelling Structure or
Conveyance Armed, Larc-
Grand of Firearm (17 cts.).
3/3/08
Owens, John Andrew;
Male; 48; 4488 Rice Rd,
Milton; Probation Violation-
Felony. 3/3/08
Weekes, Richard Tyson;
Male; 20; 3462 Highway 4,
Jay; Aggrav Asslt W/Deadly
Weapon W/O Intent to Kill.
3/3/08
Barbeau, Jr., Robert
Allen; Male; 27; 9114
Cornfield Way, Milton;
Condit Release Violation
Pre-Trial Release Cond Viol
for Domestic Violation,
Battery-2nd or Subseq
offense. 3/4/08
Colvin, Kristi April;
Female; 33; 4312 Chadwick
St, Pace; Probation
Violation-Felony. 3/4/08
Cooper, Olivia Holland;
Female; 31; 2280 Sutler Ln,
Milton; Probation Violation-
Felony. 3/4/08
Elliott, Frances
Michelle; Female; 35; 9324
Pleasant Home Rd, Milton;
Neglect Child Without Great
Harm. 3/4/08
Nichols, Christopher
Nelson; Male; 29; 2790 Penn
St., Navarre; Larc-Theft is
$300 or More But Less Than
$5,000. 3/4/08


Towery, Jackson Nance;
Male; 30; 1448 Tina Dr.,
Navarre Beach; Aggrav
Battery-Offender Knew
Should Have Known Vict
Pregnant (domestic vio-
lence), Kidnap-False
Imprisonment-Adult
(domestic violence). 3/3/08
Vincent, Erica Lynn;
Female; 29; 3431 Ashmore
Ln, Pace; Probation
Violation-Felony. 2/26/08
Willi, Douglas Robert;
Male; 30; 7750 Johnson Rd,


Milton; Crim Misch-Over
$200 Under $1,000, Burgl-
Dwelling Structure or
Conveyance armed, Larc-
Over $300 Under $5,000,
Crim Misch Under $200,
Burgl-of structure
Conveyance Unarmed W/O
Person Inside, Larc-Petit 1st
Offense. 3/3/08
Goodwin, Tracy Lynn;
Female; 40; 2892 Seminole
Village, Middleburg, FL;
Fraud-Utter False
Instrument, Forgery of
Make Alter Prescription 1st
Offense. 3/4/08
.Beatty, Brandon Lee;
Male; 23; 200 Caroline
Way, Pensacola; Probation
Violation-Felony. 3/5/08
Blanton, Joshua
Wayne; Male; 20; 4606 Old
Guernsey Rd, Pace; Burgl
of Unoccupied Dwelling,
Unarmed, No Asslt/Batt (2
cts.), Larc-Theft is $300 or
More But Less Than
$5,000. 3/5/08
Booker, Michael
Shane; Male; 54; 6536
Renee Circle, Milton;
Drugs-Traffic 4 Grams Less
30 KG Other Cntrl
Substance. 3/5/08
Branch, Sr., Scott
Allen; Male; 40; 3313
Damon Dr., Milton;
Probation Violation-Felony.
3/5/08
Cowan. Jr., Alvin
William; Male; 38; 227
Rosalyn Blvd., Pensacola;
Damage Prop-Crim Misch
$1,000 or More, Burgl
Unoccupied Conveyance
Unarmed (3 cts.), Burgl
Tools-Possess With Intent
to Use, Larc-Grand Theft
$5,000 or More Less Than
$10,000 (2 cts.). 3/5/08
Cowvan,. Anthony
James; Male; 22; Hwy. 90,
Milton; Marijuana Possess
With Intent to Sell Mfg or
Deliver Schedule I,
Narcotic Equip-Possess
And Or Use. 3/5/08
Cowan, William
Randall; Male; 43; 6436
Hwy. 90, Milton;
Marijuana-Possess With
Intent to Sell Mfg or
Deliver Schedule I,
Narcotic Equip-Possess
And or Use. 3/5/08
Davis. Jr.. Cleveland
David; 36; 5618 Woodland
Ln, Milton; Drugs-Traffic 4
Grams Less 30 Kg Other
Cntrl Substance. 3/5/08
Gooden, Annie Merle;
Female; 56; 5614 Woodland
Ln, Milton; Drugs-Traffic 4
Grams less 30 Kg Other
Cntrl Substance. 3/5/08
Gramm Jr., Harry
Miller; Male; 46; 2079
Cresent Cottage Ln,
Navarre; Drugs-Traffic 4
Grams Less 30 Kg Other
Cntrl Substance. 3/5/08
Jackson, Jonathan
Brice; Male; 19; 2348
Crescent Wood Rd,
Navarre; Probation
Violation-Felony. 3/5/08
Mack, Willie Eugene;
Male; 46; 5062 Patterson
Ln, Pace; Synthetic
Narcotic Possess Wit Sell
Mfg or Deliver Schedule I
or II. 3/5/08
Manning, Jerry Wayne;
Male; 54; 227 Rosalyn
Way; Pensacola; Damage
Prop-Crim Misch $1,000 or
More, Burgl Unoccupied
Conveyance Unarmed (3
cts.), Burgl Tools-Possess
With Intent to Use, Larc-
Grand Theft $5,000 or More
Less Than $10,000 (2
cts.)3/5/08
Eipis, Michael Young;
Male; 40; 7453 White Sands
Blvd., Navarre; Drive
While Lic Susp 3rd or
Subseq Offense. 3/5/08
Raykie, Katie Marie;
Female; 25; 5663 Highland
Lake Dr, Milton; Out of
State Fugitive From Justice.
3/5/08
Rodgers, Rose Marie;
Female; 33; 3879 Wilkes St,
Pace; Drugs-Traffic 4
Grams Less 30 KG Other
Cntrl Subst (3 cts.), Synth
Narcotic-Sell Schedule 1 or
II. 3/5/08


Schlosser, Gaetino
Jared; Male; 40; 5404
Harmony Ln, Gulf Breeze;
Synth Narcotic Sell
Schedule I or II. 3/5/08
Windau, Christopher
Shane; Male; 17; 4792
Keyser Lane, Pace; 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 (2
cts.), Damage Prop-Crimi


Misch $1,000 or More (2
cts,), Burgl Dwelling
Structure or Conveyance
Armed (2 cts.), Burgl Tools
-Possess With Intent to Use,
3/5/08
Windan, Christopher
Shane; Male; 17; 4792
Keyser Lane, Pace; Damage
Prop-Crim Misch Over
$200 Under $1,000 Subseq
Offense, Burgl of
Unoccupied Dwelling
Unarmed No Asslt/Batt,
Larc-Theft is $300 or More
But Less Than $5,000.
3/6/08
Young, Leighetta
Elizabeth Grace; Female;
27; 6496 Wilmar Ave,
Milton; Probation
Violation-Felony. 3/5/08
Zarahn, Shawnda
Evelyn; Female;. 30; 6336
Allentown Rd,,* Milton;
Possess Cocaine, Drugs
Possess Cntrl Sub W/O
Prescription. 3/5/08
Clayberger, Alien
Dane; Male; 23; 5450
Courtland Lane, Milton;
Probation Violation. 3/5/08
Lowery, Richard
Carlton; Male; 47; 13846
Alabama St., Jay; Obtain
Controlled Substance by
Forgery. 3/5/08
Huber. Geri Michelle;
Female; 48; 9005 Larker
Woods Road, Navarre;
Probation Violation-Felony.
3/5/08
Kempton, Tyler Joseph;
Male; 17; 4096 Bettian Ave,
Milton; Burgl of Structure
Conveyance Unarmed W/O
Person Inside (2 cts.), Larc-
Petit 1st Degree Property
$100 to Under $300, Larc-
Petit 1st Offense. 3/5/08
Shoemaker, Christian
Peter; Male; 18; 8977 Eagle
Nest Dr,, Navarre; Damage
Prop-Crim Misch $200 and
Under, Burglary Unoccupied
Structure Unarmed. 3/5/08
Waiters, Ronald
Benjamin; Male; 50; 1160
Pine Street, Gulf Breeze:
DUI. 3/5/08
Hencye, Ryan Jefferson:
Male; 35; 1407 Aquila Dr.,
Pensacola; DUI, DUI &
Damage Property. 3/6/08
Boce., Dennis Arthur;
Male; 49: 2007 Alfred Blvd.,
Navarre; Battery-Touch or
Strike (domestic violence).
Resist Officer-Obstruct W/O
Violence, Obstructing


Justice Intimidate Threaten
Etc Vict Witness Informant.
3/6/08
Brown, ILatoshia
Eylainc; IF:emale; 3); 5262
Deerfoot Ln, Milton;
Probation Violation-Felony.
3/6/08
Cunniingham, Isaac
Kerry; Male; 39; 209
Sessions St, Milton; Lewd
Lascv Behavior-Victim 12
YOA Up To 16 YOA
Offender 18 YOA Older (3
cts.), Cruelty Toward Child-
Direct Promote Sexual
Performance By Child.
3/6/08
Johnson Jr., Bobby
Eugene; Male; 23; 5415 John
Hamm Rd, Milton; Damage
Prop-Crim Misch Over $200
Under $1,000 Subseq Off,
Burgl Dwelling Structure or
Conveyance Armed, Larc-
Theft is $300 or More But
Less Than $5,000. 3/6/08
Jordan, Charlene NMN;
Female; 49; 4333 Oak Ln,
Milton; Fraud-Obtain
Controlled Substance By (3
cts.) 3/6/08
Carter, Dewey Alton;
Male; 50; 4989 Henry St,
Milton; Drugs-Traffic-4
Grams Less 30 KG Other
Controlled Substance. 3/6/08
Gitch. Sarah Elizabeth;
Female; 18; 1100 University
Parkway, Pensacola; Possess
Marijuana Over 20 Grams.
3/6/08
Haley, Shauna Marie:
Female; 22; 4260 Hwy. 90,
Pace; Possess Marijuana
Over 20 Grams. 3/6/08
Hamill, John David;
Male; 38; 1677 Cedrus Ln,
Pensacola; Public Order
Crimes-Alter Destroy
Record of Person in State
Custody (5 cts.). 3/6/08
Lacross. Christopher
Lee: Male; 16; 3867 Hicks
Ln, Pace; Possess Marijuana
Over 20 Grams. 3/6/08
LaFlair. Erica Marie;
Female;: 28; 4627
Northpointe Cr. Pensacola;
Probation Violation-Felony.
3/6/08
Rowell, Ashley Nicole;
Female; 16: 3630 Diamond
St. Pace; Possess Marijuana
Over 20 Grams. 3/6/08
Totten. Wendy Lee:
Female: 35; 6490 Skyline
Dr, Milton: Obstructing
Justice-lntimidate Threaten
Etc Vict Witness Informant


(domestic violence). 3/6/08
York, Codi Michael;
Male; 16; 4343 Barclay
Place, Pace; Possess
Marijuana Over 20 Grams.
3/6/08
wYlfe, Thaddeus James,
Jr.; Male; 46; 6490 Skyline
Dr, Milton; Obstruct Justice
Intimidate Threaten Etc
Victim Witness Informant
(domestic violence). 3/6/08
Zarahn, Shawnda
Evelyn; Female; 30; 6336
Allentown Rd, Milton;
Probation Violation-Felony.
3/6/08
Cowan, William
Randall; Male; 43; 6436
Hwy. 90, Milton; Parole


Violation. 3/6/08
Cowan, Alvin William,
Jr., Male; 38; 227 Rosalyn
Blvd, Pensacola; Larc-Over
$300 Under $5,000. 3/6/08
Smith, Richard Lee;
Male; 37; 5788 Pebble Ridge
Dr., Milton; Fraud-Swindle,
Grand Theft, Racketeering,
Petit Theft. 3/6/08
L.ey, David Lewis;
Male; 46; 11521 Green Rd,
Baker, FL; Grand Theft of
Property. 3/6/08
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Debbie Phillips, RN, a critical care nurse at Santa Rosa Medical
Center, reported to work one Friday night not realizing the
lives she would touch before daylight.
That night, Debbie was assigned to care for an elderly woman
who was in the final stage of life. As a nurse, Debbie knew
what she needed to do for her patient, but the challenge was
to-assess the family's needs and help them as well. As Debbie entered
the room, she took a deep breath it had only been a few months since
she said goodbye to her own mother.


Crossing the finish line
Adam Palacios, an exceptional student at Pace High, and ESE Nurse Michelle White cross
the finish line of the victory lap at the Ability Games.
Photo courtesy of Jan Morris


As she cared for her patient, Debbie listened to the family's
concerns and answered their questions one-by-one. She
told them about her own mother, and they told her
about theirs. She helped them in more ways than words
can ever describe. For this patient's family, Debbie was
an angel who helped them through the hardest night
of their lives. For Debbie, she felt blessed to have been
there for such a wonderful woman and her family.

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Collins


Continued From Page One
mother, says, "I am so proud
of Cody, but 1 miss him. 1
travel to see him in some of
his shows, but then I have to
share him with everyone
else. It will be good to have
him home."
Collins' first Lonestar
appearance before a crowd
of thousands occurred at the
2007 World Series in
Denver, Colorado; "It was
truly a thrill for me. I'd never
even been to a World Series
before and to be there, to
sing there, was a dream come


true."
Lonestar is currently
recording a new album to be
released in August or
September. The single "Let
Me Love You" is the first
song recorded with Collins
as the lead singer and it will
be released to the airwaves
on April 7.
Lonestar consists of lead
singer Cody Collins, lead
guitar and harmony vocalist
Michael Britt, drummer
Keech Rainwater, and key-
board player Dean Sams.
"With the addition of


Cody, we all have a new
Energy and excitement that's
making our live shows really
rock and our new recordings
just jump out of the speak-
ers," says Sams. Britt adds,
"We are having a blast play-
ing together and the music is
better than ever."
The Beulah Sausage
Festival will be held at the
Escambia County Equestrian
Center located at 7750
Mobile Highway. Gates will
open on Friday at 4 p.m. and
the festival will run through
Sunday. Parking will be free.


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Santa Rosa's Press Gazette


Neglect

Continued From Page One
weighed only 10 pounds.
Doctors were able to sub-
stantiate that the victim has
lost six pounds over the past
two years, despite the fact
that the child has a feeding
tube and is able to take oral
feedings.
Doctors concluded that
the victim suffered from utter
neglect of calories and skin
care at home.
In a second non-related
case handled by the Santa
Rosa County Sheriff's
Office, Andreau Von Ritz, a
46 year-old female, and
William Robert Pegel, a 49
year-old male, both from
Milton, lived with an 88 year-
old man and were responsi-
ble for his care.
Both Ritz and Pegel are
charged with neglect of the
elderly with great bodily


harm, also a second degree
felony.
The victim, who is not
being identified by deputies,
is bed ridden and can not
walk on his own.
Deputies started their
investigation after receiving a
call reporting an elderly man
who had been left alone for
long periods of time without
care.
Upon their arrival at the
home on Howard Avenue, the
elderly man was reportedly
found in a horrific state.
According to Sgt. Scott
Haines, it was apparent that
the victim suffered from
numerous infected wounds,
malnutrition, severe bed-
sores, and dehydration. He
was immediately transported
to the hospital for medical
treatment. Medical person-
nel stated that if the victim


had not received immediate
medical care, he would have
died.
Further investigation
revealed there were numer-
ous wounds at various stages
of healing which indicated
the neglect occurred over a
lengthy period of time.
Ritz and Pegel were
arrested and are being
detained in the Santa Rosa
County Jail. Pegel's bail was
set at $100,000 while, Ritz's
bond was set at $50,000.
The victim's condition is
improving according to
Haines, though he remains
under medical treatment.
An update on the condi-
tion of the child at Sacred
Heart Medical Center or the
elderly gentleman at Santa
Rosa Hospital were unavail-
able due to patient privacy
laws.


ID


Continued From Page One
do not realize how easily crim-
inals can obtain their personal
information.
"Most people know about
identity theft, but don't know
how prevalent it is," says
Cindy Sarver, crime preven-
tion specialist with Santa Rosa
Sheriff's Office.
Identity theft occurs when
someone pretends to be you.
Then, pretending to be you,
they apply for credit, buy cars,
commit crimes, obtain a pass-
port, or any number of things
that you might or might not do
or authorize.
There has been a lot of
attention paid recently to iden-
tity theft in Santa Rosa County
due to the arrests of several
illegal aliens who were using
the identities of others to gain
employment.
In April 2007, former


Santa Rosa County Medical
Center nurse Gary Lamar
Holt, of Milton, was arrested
for obtaining the personal
information of patients and
using the information to incur
more than $62,000 in debt.
On March 19, Erica
Malston, a former H&R Block
employee, was arrested for
stealing the identities of tax-
payers who had filed tax
returns with her. She would
randomly pick a file and
assume the identity of the per-
son to fraudulently obtain
loans.
According to the
Compromised Identity
Division of the Florida
Department of Law
Enforcement, taking the iden-
tity of another person is a
felony and can result in 10
years in prison and a fine of up
to $15,000. In addition, the


theft can be charged along
with any other crimes commit-
ted while using a stolen identi-
ty.
This crime strikes all eco-
nomic classes, all sections of
the country, and all ages.
Identity thieves will even steal
the identity of someone who
has died. Statistically, Florida
is number five in the nation for
reported cases of identity theft.
Experts have devised
ways to prevent becoming a
victim:
Do not carry extra credit
cards, your Social Security
card, passport, or birth certifi-
cate except when absolutely
necessary.
Install a locked mailbox at
your residence or use a post
office box to reduce the
chance of mail theft.
More tips can be found at
www.srpressgazette.com.


Carpenter bees are buzzing


By Theresa Friday
Residential Horticulture
Extension Agent for Santa
Rosa County
March usually brings the
first sightings of carpenter
bees in north Florida. While
they do resemble the well-
known bumble bee, they dif-
fer in appearance and behav-
ior.
Carpenter bees are large
and robust. The upper sur-
face of their abdomen is bare
and shiny black. Bumble
bees have a hairy abdomen
with at least some yellow
markings.
Bumble bees usually
nest in the ground whereas
carpenter bees tunnel into
wood to lay their eggs.
Carpenter bees are so named
because they excavate gal-
leries in wood to create nest
sites. They do not actually
consume the wood. Rather,
they feed on pollen and nec-
tar making them important
pollinators of flowers and
trees.
Bare, unpainted or
weathered softwoods are
preferred especially red-
wood, cedar, cypress and
pine. Painted or pressure-
treated wood is much less
susceptible to attack.
Common nesting sites
include eaves, window trim,
siding, wooden shakes,
decks and outdoor furniture.
Carpenter bees spend the
winter as adults within their
old nest tunnels. After
emerging in the spring, the
adults mate and the female
begins excavating a gallery
with her mandibles (mouth-


parts) at the rate of one inch
in six days. The gallery has a
clean-cut, round entrance
hole that may be up to 1/2
inch in diameter.
Damage from a pair of
bees is slight, but if the
gallery is used over several
years, damage can be more
severe. Once the gallery is
completed, the female
begins to provision a brood
cell with bee bread, a mix-
ture of pollen and regurgitat-
ed nectar. After laying an
egg on top of the mass the
female closes the cell with
chewed wood pulp. Each-
female may have six to eight
sealed brood cells in a linear
row in one gallery as she
backs outward.
Larvae develop on the
pollen/nectar food provided,
with the life cycle completed
in 30 to 40 days. After the
new adults chew through the
cell partitions and emerge,
they collect and store pollen
in the existing galleries,
which they use for hiberna-
tion during the winter. The
previous year's adults die.
They are not social insects
and there is one generation
per year.
Males do not drill tun-
nels, but they are territorial.
Male carpenter bees can be
quite aggressive, often hov-
ering in front of people who
are around the nests. The
males are quite harmless,
however, since they lack
stingers. Female carpenter
bees can inflict a painful
sting but seldom do unless
they are handled or harassed.
The males can be distin-


guished from females by a
whitish spot on the front of
the face.
The best way to deter the
bees is to paint all exposed
wood surfaces, especially
those, which have a history
of being attacked. Wood
stains and preservatives are
less reliable than painting,
but will provide some degree
of repellency versus bare
wood. Preventive sprays
applied to wood surfaces are
effective only for a short
period, meaning that you
would have to repeat the
application about every two
to three weeks.
Once nesting activity has
begun, damage may be
reduced by treating the
entrance holes with an insec-
ticidal spray or dust.
Products containing carbaryl
(Sevin), cyfluthrin or a num-
ber of other pyrethroids
(bifenthrin, cyfluthrin,
deltamethrin, permethrin,
etc.) also are labeled for use
against carpenter bees.
Theresa Friday is the
Residential Horticulture
Extension Agent for Santa
Rosa County. The use of
trade names, if used in this
article, is solely for the pur-
pose of providing specific
information. It is not a guar-
antee, warranty, or endorse-
ment of the product name(s)
and does not signify that
they are approved to the
exclusion of others.
For additional informa-
tion about all of the county
extension services and other
articles of interest go to:
http://santarosa.ifas.ufl.edu.


The 94 year-old Exchange Hotel on the corner of Caroline and Elmira Street is just one of sev-
eral properties the Santa Rosa County Tourism Development Council thinks would make a
great Bed and Breakfast. The building has been recently refurbished and is for sale. The coun-
cil will be hosting a workshop for those interested in starting a bed and breakfast in the area
on April 9 at the Imogene Theater from noon to 4 p.m..
Press Gazette photo by Ryan Arvay


TDC


Continued From Page One
make a presentation and dis-
cuss the process of opening a
bed and breakfast-including
financing, insurance, safety,
marketing, selecting the right
property and location.
The cost to attend will be
$8.50 each, which covers the
price of lunch. A tour of the
historic Exchange Hotel-the
Federal style brick building
located on the comer of
Caroline and Elmira Street
built in 1914-is scheduled to
illustrate one particular exam-
ple of a building well suited for
a B&B makeover.
The 94 year-old building
recently underwent a renova-
tion by its current owner, attor-
ney Paul Fitzgerald, who is
selling the building after leas-
ing it to the state attorney's
office for years. Fitzgerald
agrees it would make a nice
.bed and breakfast or excep-
tional office space.
"I think the structure of the
building, especially the inside
is [best] suited for a bed and


breakfast because it's divided
up into suites, which doesn't
lend itself well to retail," says
Kim Macarthy, president of
Main Street Milton, the organ-
ization responsible for much of
the current revitalization
efforts downtown. "There is so
much to be offered in the area
aside from local retail. We
have the river and canoeing,
and all the other activities in
the area.
"[The Exchange Hotel]
.would be a beautiful place to
stay and enjoy what's really
close by downtown and what's
in the outlying area."
Cassandra Sharp, who
owns several buildings in the
historic downtown agrees. "I
basically fell in love with that
building, the brick walls, all
the restoration work and the
attention that has gone into it.
It has such great historic char-
acter," she says.
When asked if the down-
town was ready to support a
bed and breakfast, she answers
in the affirmative. "I think it's


just now ready. If you asked
me a year ago I would have
said it's not ready yet. It is
now ready and it's very much
needed."
The Exchange Hotel has
been a bed and breakfast
before, under the prior owner-
ship of William Rosasco II,
who restored the building in
1983. Opened for over ten
years, Rosasco operated his
B&B part-time along with his
development business, also
located in the building.
"A bed and breakfast can
be a home that has one or two
rooms that they rent out. It can
really be anything they want,"
says Wilkes, who hopes the
workshop will promote an
open discussion and be very
interactive.
The TDC promotes
tourism for Santa Rosa
County. They are funded
though the bed tax collected
for short term rentals-such as
condos, hotels and camping
spaces rented for less then six
months.






Jim F/slchtr, Publisher
CamlBasmos, Office Manager


Viewpoints


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Despite what many might think, no one is immune to
the virus by which the voters get infected.
Dinner table conversations and gathering place chats
turn from local "news" to little more than gossiping-
repeating the latest rumor about a candidate.
Our question: when are we going to draw the line?
Political posturing has been a long-standing tradition
and we have come to accept it on the national level, but
should we accept it when it comes to those running for
offices like County Commissioner, Sheriff, Tax Collector,
Property Appraiser, Superintendent and others on the ballot
this fall?
The books haven't even closed in the election office and
the flow of bull across Santa Rosa is moving faster than the
Blackwater River.
Remember the words of Abraham Lincoln when dis-
cussing "pleasing people."
No ofie will like everything a candidate'does.
Sometimes, as voters, we might not like any of the can-
didates and find ourselves forced to choose the lesser of two
or more evils.
What we should do, however, is chose the candidate of
truth.
Not a pack of lies or mud that has been thrown about by
other candidates or their supporters. In the end, most of the
mud proves to be "manufactured." And the lion's share of
what is left really has nothing to do with the job or the can-
didate's ability to perform that duty well.
In the end, we find "good" candidates unwilling to put
themselves and their families through the sausage grinder
that is the political machine. Maybe that's why we already
find ourselves saying "we don't like either candidate."
Fewer and fewer good people are willing to endure the
mudslinging. Those that are, find themselves the current tar-
get..
Maybe we need a new sport in Santa Rosa. Since we
have basketball, football, baseball, volleyball, soccer, tennis,
and a growing list of other activities, these rumormongers
could start their own league.
In this league, they could compete to see who can throw
a "cow chip" the greatest distance.
Many would-be contenders already have a great deal of
practice at this.
An old adage says, "the more you stir 'something,' the
more it stinks. In Santa Rosa, this running-for-office thing
already has quite an aroma!


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Should the county


I'd like to see the county make
good on all the talk about small
business development and eco-
nomic growth. What better oppor-
tunity than the World Series to
expose Santa Rosa County and our
fantastic Pace baseball facilities to
other communities in the south-
easterm US? What better way to
bring outside revenue to our area
than host travel teams from all
over.the south, who are willing to
drive here despite horrid economic
conditions and intolerable gas
prices.? I hope the powers that be
take into account the loss of a sig-
nificant and desperately needed
economic shot in the arm from
which local businesses would, and
currently do, benefit. Make no
mistake, the relocation of the tour-
nament scheduled for March 28th
to Niceville was felt in a big way
in our local area. Please do not
punish business people who are
taking substantial risks to expand
your choices and operate in Santa
Rosa County.
Carol Daughtery

I think that this is a great
opportunity for our county. I am a
registered voter and I support the
county giving the money for the
World Series 100 percent. This
will be a huge boost for the local
economy and it will show a com-
mitment to the youth of our com-
munity. I hope that the county
commissioners do the right thing
and approve this.
Tim Gilbert

I am a local business owner


who also has children that have
played in these first class events.
ASP along with the county are
providing a tremendous opportuni-
ty for us all. All of the requests in
the article seem very reasonable.
This type of event which we have
been part of as parents and busi-
ness owners provides a positive
economic impact and a special
opportunity for our children. I am
very confused by some of the
comments gator and hope every-
one understands the time and
effort and commitment that goes
into putting on these events. Also
the positive impact our businesses
realize as hundreds of families
descend on our area who spend
money across many retail food and
lodging venues. Hats off to all who
are working to make this happen.
Bill Mullen

The real question is why
should the county fund a for profit
business? ASP is not putting on
tournaments for their health they
do so to .make a profit. Santa Rosa
County provides funding for
Culture and Recreation of over
three million dollars a year in
addition to over one million dol-
lars a year in upkeep and mainte-
nance. Can you honestly say that
the county should provide tax dol-
lars to allow a tournament promot-
ing business to increase his bottom
line under the ruse of economic
development. Youth sports has
grown into a multi billion dollar a
year industry and tournament pro-
moters are in it for the money to
make a profit. Maybe local busi-


pay up?
ness owners that would benefit the
most form an event such as the
World Series could work together:
and help off set the cost so ASP
can make a bigger profit or better:
yet if the county wants to spend
tax dollars on a sports tournament
to promote tourism then let the
county set up a sports commission
of volunteers and put on the
biggest youth baseball tournament
anywhere in the south by eliminat-
ing most of the Five hundred dol-.
lar entry fee and more teams form
all over c9uld afford to participate
and have money to spend at our
local businesses. Call it the Santa
Rosa Youth Baseball World Series.
Steve Allen

I in line with comments sup-
porting no tax money to go to these
events. We-are at an economic
standstill folks! The schools and
everything associated with it are
always about one thing. There is
never enough money and if you
don't pony up the children will be
the ones hurt, give me a break. 6
year old tee ball World Series?
Says a lot about how ridiculous
and spoiled our country has gotten.
I also agree the organizers are the
ones who have the most to lose.
Terry

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Help the soldiers
FM: Maurice "Duke"
McCall
Hattiesburg, Miss.

Dear Editor,

We have had over 4,000
men killed in this war and the
politicians have refused the
requests from field commanders
for blast resistant vehicles.
The excuse is they cost too
much money.
If the request was approved
almost all the men killed with
IED's could have been saved.
The same with the drones.
They do not use enough
drones to do the job. ,
Drones have the ability to
detect individuals who are in
the process of planting IED's.
Most of the information I


am presenting is from the spe-
cial operations personnel on the
ground in Iraq or those who
have recently returned.
I use to have a lot of respect
for the President, but not any
more for the following reasons:
I wrote President Bush a
letter with most of the above
information.
I also asked him why he
could not sign the letters sent
from his office to the famiy's
who lost men in this war?
In case you don't know, the
letters that are sent out have a
stamped signature.
He could take a few sec-
onds and sign these letters.
To me this shows he does
not care about the men being
killed.
I also told him I had another
son who will most likely be
mobilized this year.


*I asked him if I could speak
to soineone on his staff about
these letters.
I am a retired veteran and
have served this country over-
seas as well.
Of course I got no reply.

Milton travel team
FM: Virkeisha Wright
Milton, Fla.

Dear Editor,

I have been reading this
paper since it came out and I
love it! Milton High School
has started something that 1
believe will keep a lot of chil-
dren out of trouble by creating
their traveling basketball
team.
I am contacting you
because in order to do this
they had to make this pro-


gram absolutely free. The
only problem is the money
has to come from somewhere.
With the economy so terri-
ble right now parents just can
not afford to keep these chil-
dren busy.
Being that this is a com-
munity that believes in the
children and a community
that knows if we keep them
off the streets they will stay
out of trouble. We are asking
a few businesses in our area
to assist Milton High in this
effort.
What we are doing is
designing a shirt with all the
team sponsors on it. Yes, this
is great advertising while
your company and the com-
munity are backing these
young men and women.
Please call me at (850)910-
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Barbeque Backyard Charity Cook-Off


The Milton FL Knights
of Columbus will host a
Backyard BBQ Charity
Cook-off on the grounds of
St. Rose of Lima Catholic
'Church on Saturday. April
12. 2008. Festivities will
begin Friday evening at the
same location with a Fish
,Fry beginning at 5:00 p.m.
and live music beginning at
"6:00 p.m.
Saturday's activities
begin at 10 a.m. and contin-


ue into the evening. All
activities both days are open
to the public with free
admission and free parking.
On Saturday, in addition to
the all-day cooking activi-
ties, there will be arts and
crafts and other vendors,
children's venues including
pony rides, home baked
goods, and continuous live
music and entertainment.
There will be a motorcycle
scavenger hunt and the


American Red Cross
Bloodmobile will be present
accepting donations.
This is the first Cook-
Off in the two county area in
many years and local cooks
as well as those from neigh-
boring states will be present
to garner bragging rights for
best ribs, chicken, pork,
sauces and sides. Food will
be available all day on
Saturday.
The Knights of


Columbus is a charitable
organization; the recipients
of the funds from this cook-
off will include the
Pregnancy Resource Center,
the Miracle League and the
Special Olympics golf team.
St. Rose of Lima is
located on Park Street,
which runs between Hwy 87
and Hwy 89 two intersec-
tions north of US 90.


Spring Festival
First Pentecostal Do some shopping and stay
Church of Bagdad is having for dinner. We look forward
their Spring Festival on to seeing you all again. Call
$aturday, April 5 from7 a.m. 623-6991 or 623-2105 for
--o 3 p.m. Come out and more information.
-.njoy the fun and fellowship.


First Baptist Church of
Bagdad will be having a
Yard Sale to help support
their Youth Mission Trip
will be held Friday &


Look Who's graduated!


Army Pvt.

Derek Talbott
Army Pvt. Derek T.
Talbott has graduated from
basic combat training at Fort
Jackson, Columbia, SC.
S During the nine weeks
of training, the soldier stud-
ied the Army mission, histo-
ry, tradition and core values,
physical fitness, and
received instruction and
practice in basic combat
skills, military weapons,
chemical warfare and bayo-
het training, drill and cere-
mony, marching, rifle
marksmanship, armed and
unarmed combat, map read-
ing, field tactics, military
courtesy, military justice
system, basic first aid, foot
marches, and field training
exercises.
He is the son of Mark
Talbott of W. Avenida De
Golf, Milton, FL, and Carol
Milligan of Forte St., Pace,
FL.
The private is a 2007
graduate of Pace High
School.

Seaman
Michael Simon
(FHTNC) Coast
Guard Seaman Michael B.
Simon, son of Cheryl M. and
Mike J. Simon of Milton,
Fla., recently graduated from
the U.S. Coast Guard


Recruit Training Center in
Cape May, N. J.
During the eight-week
training program, Simon
completed a vigorous train-
ing curriculum consisting of
academics and practical
instruction on water safety
and survival, military cus-
toms and courtesies, seaman-
ship skills, first aid, fire
fighting and marksmanship.
A major emphasis is also
placed on physical fitness,
health and wellness.
Simon and other recruits
also received instruction on
the Coast Guard's core val-
ues honor, respect and
devotion to duty and how
to apply them in their mili-
tary performance and per-
sonal conduct. Simon will
join 36, 000 other men and
women who comprise Coast
Guard's force.
Men and women train
together from the first day in
the Coast Guard just as they
do aboard ships and shore
units throughout the world.
To reinforce the team
concept, Simon, and other
recruits were trained in pre-
venting sexual harassment,
drug and alcohol awareness,
civil rights training,
and the basics of the work-
life balance, as well as total
quality management.
Simon is a 2002
graduate of Pace High
School of Pace, FL.


Private Kristian
Karsten
(FHTNC) Marine
Corps Pvt. Kristian S.
Karsten, son of Katherine
and Timothy A. Karsten of
Navarre, FL, recently com-
pleted 12 weeks of basic
training at Marine Corps
Recruit Depot, Parris Island,
SC. designed to challenge
new Marine recruits both
physically and mentally.
Karsten and fellow
recruits began their training
at 5 a. m., by running three
miles and performing calis-
thenics. In addition to the
physical conditioning pro-
gram, Karsten spent numer-
ous hours in classroom and
field assignments, which
included learning first aid,
uniform regulations, combat
water survival, marksman-
ship, hand-to-hand combat
and assorted weapons train-
ing. Karsten and other
recruits also received
instruction on the Marine
Corps' core values-honor,
courage and commitment,
and what the core values
mean in guiding: personal
and professional conduct.
Karsten and fellow
recruits ended the training
phase with The Crucible, a
54-hour, team evolution cul-
Sminating in an emotional
ceremony in which recruits


Saturday, 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. at
the Jacob's residence, 4541
Forsyth St. near the church
in Bagdad.


are presented the Marine
Corps Emblem, and
addressed as "Marines" for
the first time in their careers.


Phillips chosen as
Unsung Hero
Air Force Senior
Airman Victoria L. Phillips
has been named the Unsung
Hero by the Air Force
Association. Selection was
based on the individual's
exemplary duty perform-
ance, job knowledge, leader-
ship qualities, significant
self-improvement, specific
achievements, notable
accomplishments, and com-
munity service and support.
Phillips, a client support
administrator with six years
of military service, is
assigned to the 8th
Operations Squadron,
Hurlburt Field, Fort Walton
Beach. FL. She is the daugh-
ter of Janet Tisdale of Pace,
FL, and Charles Phillips of
Milton. FL. Her husband.
Jon, is the son of Joseph and
Linda Phillips of Gulf
Breeze, FL. The airman is a
1999 graduate of Pace High
School, FL.


"But they that wait
upon the Lord shall
renew their
strength;"
-Isaiah 40:31a


Ask the Preacher

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

Dear Pastor Gallups,
1 see and hear so many preachers that have become so
possessed with teaching that God wants Christians to be
wealthy in money and material things that I can't help but
wonder are they really trying to lead people to Jesus or are
they more interested in increasing their own wealth? -
H.H.E., Bagdad
Dear H.H.E.,
I find no where in scripture where God declares that
he wants "all" of His Children in this world to be
wealthy and "healthy."
There ARE promises in God's Word that indicate that
the Lord often blesses His Children with wealth or even
"healing" and health when His children live by certain
Biblical principles. However, common sense (and God's
Word!) makes clear that health and wealth are very relative
terms and are practically indefinable.
How does one define "wealthy?" Usually it means
someone who has more money that YOU do! An average
American family is far "wealthier" than 75% of the rest of
the world. What is "health"? We are ALL dying.
Eventually, "health" will run out for us ALL!
ALL of the disciples of.Jesus died poor and martyrs'
deaths. Jesus didn't have a place to "lay his head". He had
no home or fancy wardrobe. Someone else kept his money
and he turned out to be a thief! Many of God's dearest
children all over the world suffer from poverty, malnutri-
tion, disease and even starvation.
Eventually we will have the ultimate in health and
wealth when we are with the Lord Jesus. All we are prom-
ised in this life is an opportunity to live for Jesus arid bring
glory to His Name regardless of our health or wealth.
In short, the "health and wealth, prosperity" teaching
coming out of today's modem "television evangelist
world" is simply a LIE! We need to be like Paul, who said
that he had learned to be content in ALL THINGS -
healthy, not healthy, wealthy or poor. He simply wanted to
glorify, Jesus with his life. That is the goal of my life as
well. I think that a Christian will find their life to be much
happier if lived by this Biblical truth.
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 Seninary. He has been pastor ofHHBC since 1987. He serves as an International
Youth Evangelist for the Southern Baptist Convention preaching all over the U.S. and Canada. For
mor information about HHBC, cll 623-8959 or 626-8951, fax:623-0197. f you have any questions
tor Ask The Preacher, send it to: Ask The Preacher, Hickory Hammock Baptist Church, 8351
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Spring Flower &
Garden Festival
blooms again

The Ith Annual
Emerald Coast Flower &
Garden Festival promises to
brim with blooms, indige-
nous and exotic plants, citrus
trees, garden art and acces-
sories.
The free, family-orient-
ed event is noon to 5 p.m.
Friday, April 11; 10 a.m. to 5
p.m. Saturday, April 12; and
10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Sunday,
April 13, at the beautiful
Pensacola Junior College
Milton campus.
The event features com-
mercial plant vendors,
exhibits and plant sales by
area garden clubs, local
chapters of national plant
societies and organizations,
arts and crafts, tours of the
campus gardens, the PJC
Student Horticulture
Educational Display and
much more.
The festival is presented
by The Friends of the
Gardens of Northwest
Florida Inc., in cooperation
with PJC and the University
of Florida at the Milton cam-
pus, 5988 Highway 90 West.
For more information,
contact Amy Compton at
4 8 4 -4 4 3 3 ,
acompton@pjc.edu, or go to
http://itech.pjc.edu/acomp-
ton/; or contact Gina Jogan
at 850-587-2621, gvjo-
gan@panhandle.rr.com.

Race Against
Elderly Poverty -
5K, Fun Mile &
Senior Stroll

The Race Against
Elderly Poverty 5K, Fun
Run & Senior Stroll is an
intergenerational opportuni-
ty to encourage health and
wellness for all ages. The
event will kick off at 8 a.m.
on the University of West
Florida campus on Saturday,
April 19. Proceeds from the
event will benefit the
Council on Aging of West
Florida's Senior Companion
and Foster Grandparent
Programs. These programs
offer lower income seniors
in Escambia and Santa Rosa
Counties the chance to share
their wisdom and friendship
while earning a small tax-
free stipend and other bene-
fits.
The pre-registration
entry fee rate is $10 until
April 4. After April 4,
including race day, the entry
fee is $15. Teams of 8 or
more may enter for $8 per
person. T-shirts will be pro-
vided to, the first 100 regis-
trants. Registrants will also
have the chance to win a free
massage from Select
Physical Therapy. The regis-
tration form can be down-
loaded from the Special
Events page of
www.coawfla.org.
For more information,
contact Linda Hoover at
432-1475 ext 305 or
lhoover@coawfla.org or
Dianne Presley at pdpres-
ley@bellsouth.net.

Friends of the
Milton Library
accepting books


for May Book Sale

The Friends of the
Milton are accepting dona-
tions of gently used books,
videos, cassettes, cds and
other media for resale at our
book sale on May 2-3, 2008
at the Milton Library, 5441
Alabama Street. Proceeds
from the sale will go towards
the fundraising activities for
the New Milton Library
Building Fund. Donated
materials can be left at the
Milton Public Library. For
more information or to vol-
unteer to help with the sale,
c o n t a c t
ptoifel@bellsouth.net or
626-0985

Studying &
Experiencing
Collage Workshop
offered

Donna Freckmann will
teach "Studying and
Experiencing Collage" at the
Dragonfly Gallery on April
19tl. The workshop will be
from 9:30 till 12:30. Aspects
of the workshop include var-
ious types of collage includ-
ing some of the latest tech-
niques. Students will study
and construct Gerald
Brommer's technique of the
Space Division collage as
well as themed collage.
Donna Freckmann is a
mixed medial artist and free-
lances writer. She is best
known for' her collages.
Collage is a study of design,
balance and harmony. Her
hope is that the.art will com-
municate and be understood
by the viewers because it
speaks to the soul in a vocab-
ulary that the heart under-
stands.
Class is limited to 8 peo-
ple. Please contact the
Gallery at 981-1100 for
more information.
The Dragonfly Gallery
located at 5188 Escambia
Street in historic downtown
Milton. is a mission of the
Santa Rosa Art and Culture
Foundation. It is a juried
gallery of local artists.
Gallery hours are Tuesday
through Saturday from 10:00
a.m. until 4:00 p.m.

Pensacola
Community
Theater to hold
auditions for
"Dearly Departed"

Auditions for Panhandle
Community Theatre's June
production of "Dearly
Departed" by David Bottrell
and Jessie Jones will be held
at 6:30 p.m. on Monday
April 7 and Tuesday, April 8
at the Historic Imogene
Theatre in downtown
Milton.
The comedy shows that
living and dying in the South
is seldom tidy and always
hilarious. Despite earnest
efforts to pull themselves
together for their father's
funeral, the Turpin family's
problems keep impeding the
solemn occasion. The play
has parts for eight females
and six males with an addi-
tional quartet of singers.
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"Dearly Departed" one, dur-
ing the opening scene of the
play. Currently, Capt.
Enrique Sadsad,
Commanding Officer at
Naval Air Station Whiting
Field; Larry Strain, President
of the Santa Rosa Camber of
Commerce; John Rogers,
Superintendent of Santa
Rosa County Schools;
Milton Mayor, Guy
Thompson and
Congressman Jeff Miller
have all agreed to play the
part on different nights.
Auditions will be cold
readings from the script.
Singers should be prepared
to sing 14-16 measures of an
upbeat Southern Gospel
song.
Persons interested in
assisting with the production
should plan to come either
night at 6 p.m. to sign up for
production crew.
For additional informa-
tion contact the director at:
nerual@bellsouth.net or
626-8966 after 6 pm.

New Book Sale

The Santa Rosa Medical
Center Auxiliary is sponsor-
ing a Book Fair on Thursday,
April 3, 10:00 4 p.m. and
Friday, April 4, 8:00 3 p.m.
in the corridor by the cafete-.
ria. You are invited to attend
this new book sale with qual-
ity books and Christmas gift
items up to 70% off retail.
What a great opportunity to
purchase gifts for the very
young to the age of wisdom.
Proceeds go toward medical
career scholarships and other
outreach projects. Santa
Rosa Medical Center is
located at 6002 Berryhill
Road, Milton.

City of Milton
meetings

-The City of Milton's
City Council will meet in
Executive Session on
Monday, April 7, 2008, at 4
p.m. in Council Chambers of
City Hall, 6738 Dixon
Street.
-City of Milton's City
Council will meet Monday,
April 7, at 3 p.m. in Council
Chambers of City Hall. The
purpose of the meeting is to
review Marketing Study per-
formed by the students of
UWF enrolled in the
University's Marketing
Class.
-City of Milton's City
Council will meet in Regular
Session on Tuesday, April 8,
at 5 p.m. in the Council
Chambers of City Hall.
-City of Milton's
Public Works Committee
will meet Tuesday, April 8 at
8:30 a.m. in Conference
Room B at City Hall, 6738
Dixon Street.
All meetings are open to
the public. For more infor-
mation call 983-5411.

Children's Day at
TRJ

Come join everyone at
TR Jackson for games, snow
cones, music, popcorn, bub-
bles, dancing, hats, face
painting, jumpers and more
on Saturday, April 12 from 9
a.m. to 12 noon for ages 1 to
8 years old. Cost: free.

Scratch Ankle
needs vendors!
Calling all businesses,
civic groups and community
organizations..... Would you


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like to sell your items or
introduce your business to
over 5,000 people?
Scratch Ankle Heritage
Festival is almost here! This
unique festival began in the
early 70's to celebrate the
Heritage of Milton, which
was originally known as
"Scratch Ankle" because-
early settlers found the
Blackberry Briars along the
banks of the Blackwater
River left scratches on their'
ankles. This year's festival
will be better than ever with'
lots of entertainment, arts &,
crafts and vendors on both'
sides of Willing Street along'
the Blackwater River in
beautiful Historic
Downtown Milton.
Friday, April 25 the fes-
tival will begin at 4:00 p.m.
until 10:00 p.m. and'
Saturday, April 26 from"
10:00 a.m. until 10:00 p.m.
If your business, group
or organization would be'
interested in becoming a
vendor, .please call Connie"
Clark 380-9507, Kim Cato at
the Main Street Office 626-
6246 or visit
www.MainStreetMilton.org
for more information.
There will be more info
to come soon about Scratch
Ankle... This is a call for:
vendors!

SRC Tourist
Development
Council meetings
scheduled

The North End:
Committee of the Santa Rosa'
County Tourist Development:
Council will meet Thursday,-
April 3 at 8:30 a.m. at the-
Santa Rosa County Chamber;
of Commerce, 5247 Stewart:
St., Milton. The South End:
Committee of the Santa Rosa.
County Tourist Development:
Council will meet Tuesday,'
April 8 at 9:30 a.m. at the:
Navarre Visitors' Center,
8543 Navarre Parkway,,
Navarre.
The Santa Rosa County
Tourist Development-
Council Board of Directors
will meet Wednesday, April
16 at 3:00 p.m. at the Santa'
Rosa County Chamber of
Commerce, 5247 Stewart
Street, Milton, Fl

Bid on a Cure
fundraiser for
Relay for Life
The Gulf Breeze Relay'
for Life event scheduled for'
24th and 25th April 2008 is,
having a Relay Team:
Fundraiser at Pensacola,
Beach Elks Lodge on-
Saturday, April 12. It is spon-
sored by the Bay Street:
Striders.
There will be no entry fee
to attend the Auction.
Optional Dinner tickets'
are available at $10 each.'
Food is catered by Shane's
Rib Shack.
The Master of'
Ceremonies is Pensacola,
Beach's, T. Bubba Bechtol
At 5:00 p.m. doors will
open. Dinner is served at 6"
p.m. The live auction begins'
at 7 p.m.
The silent auction begins'
at 8:30 p.m. This is an event
designed to increase the.'
fundraising potential for'
each of the planned 43
teams. The teams are provid-'
ing the auction items though-
individual gifts and local:
business sponsorship doria-
tions. Come join us for a;
night of fun.







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Expo anticipates hurricane season


NArea residents can 'BRACE' themselves on April 12th


By RYAN ARVAY
rarv(al'@srprc'ssgaLzeLtte. on
Hurricane season is fast
approaching and one local
organization wants Santa
Rosa County residents to be
prepared.
BRACE (Be Ready
Alliance Coordinating for
Emergencies) will host this
year's Hurricane Expo at the
Pensacola Civic Center on
April 12 from 10 a.m. to
4p.m.
Admission is free and
visitors will have the oppor-
tunity to talk with certified
experts in the field of disas-
ter preparedness. Hands on
demonstrations and services
will be available.
Learning how we can all
take responsibility for our
own safety is the key says
Sparkie Folkers, expo coor-


dinator with BRACE. "There
are a lot of resources avail-
able that people just don't
know about and this is the
place to come- a one stop.
shop to learn how to prepare
yourself, your family, and
your business.
"Education is the empha-
sis of the event. The whole
idea is to bring awareness to
the public of the necessity of
being ready," says Folkers.
Folkers is apt to remind
the pubic the first 72 hours
after a disaster is the respon-
sibility of local residents and
businesses, as opposed to
government aid which can
take days to mobilize.
BRACE is made up of
members from businesses,
government entities, non-
profit and faith-based organ-
izations with the purpose of


addressing all facets of disas-
ters including mitigation,
preparedness, response, and
recovery.
Chairman for this year's
event, Cliff Long, says one
of the greatest opportunities
available to those who attend
the expo is the chance to sign
up for the My Safe Florida
Home Program. The pro-
gram is a matching and non-
matching grant whereby res-
idents can receive up to
$5,000 to fortify their homes
against a storm. For those
who qualify, the Florida
Dpartment of Finacial
Services will match the
$5,000 for the purchase of
storm shutters and other
methods of damage preven-
tion.
A free wind inspection
on an individual's home is


Cattle Barron's Ball raises money

for the American Cancer Society


Special to the Press Gazette
More than 300 people
"Saddled Up" this past
Saturday evening at The
Palms of Destin to take part
in the Emerald Coast
American Cancer Society's
Cattle Barons' Ball. Guests
enjoyed a unique western-
style event complete with
live entertainment featuring
Ron Adams' Country
Legend Show, vittles by
Ruth's Chris Steakhouse,
dancing, gaming, silent auc-
tion and other special attrac-
tions including Cowboy
Bruce Brennan and music by
The Relics. Barney Fife him-
self helped Sheriff, Krueger
patrol the crowd and monitor
the popular Jail & Bail.
Destin's debut Cattle
Barons' Ball raised more
than $111,000 and was gen-
erously sponsored by
Merrill Lynch: The Krueger
Group & The Ryan Group.
Barons included Emerald
Coast Hearing Associates,
Sea Dunes Realty, Jack &
Candis Wilson, Pat Hewlett,
Steve Maynard, Destin
Commons, Damon Becnel
of Abec Resorts, Galati
Yacht Sales, Duce &
Company Interiors and the


Here are a few at the ball hamming it up.


Kenneth & Rachel Brown
Foundation. In-kind Barons
included Cox
Communications, Cumulus
Radio, Lamar, Northwest
Florida Daily News, Mike
Cage Photography and
Sinfonia Gulf Coast.
The American Cancer
Society is the nationwide
community-based voluntary
health organization dedicat-


Submitted photo
ed to eliminating cancer as a
major health problem by
preventing cancer, saving
lives and diminishing suffer-
ing from cancer through
research, education, advoca-
cy and service.
For more information,
please contact Jeremy
Morse, Executive Director
of the American Cancer
Society at 850.244.3813.


Eastern Star Milton Chapter inducts new officers
Milton Chapter 189, Order of the Eastern Star, installed new officers for 2008 last Friday
evening. Serving as Worthy Matron and Worthy Patron are Donna Stowers and Billy
Williams. Other officers for this year are Associate Matron, Betty Morgan; Associate
Patron, William Kranz; Secretary, Sandra Whitley; Treasurer, Mary Lassiter; Conductress,
Carolyn Kranz; Associate Conductress, Anita Fields; Chaplain, Liz Beasley; Marshal, Judy
Simmons; Organist, Sheila Potts; Adah, Janyce Culton; Ruth, Norma Shelley; Esther,
Carolyn Carpenter; Martha, Elouise Thomas; Electa, Teresa Andrews; Warder, Polly
Wonson; Sentinel, Richard Wonson. A full slate of activities is scheduled for the upcom-
ing year including special recognition nights, dinners, honor programs, charitable activi-
ties, visits to other chapters, and attendance at the Florida Grand Chapter session next
month in Jacksonville. All Eastern Star members are invited to participate in these activi-
ties. For more information call, 981-1935.


also available. Long says the
results of this inspection
often mean a discount for the
homeowner on his/her insur-
ance.
"Many people over the
years have already made
changes to their home that
qualifies them for a discount
on their homeowners insur-
ance, but the insurance com-
pany does not know about,"
says Long.
"Most have experienced
$225 to $2,000 off their
insurance bill. "That's rea-
son enough," he says.
There will also be an
extensive children's area
where hands on activities
will teach youth how to han-
dle a disaster.
"We're really talking
about any disaster that may
hit the area including torna-


Keep our

tanker

campaign
Santa Rosa County
Commissioners recently
pledged their support to the
"Keep Our Tanker" cam-
paign, designed to keep the
proposed assembly plant for
the construction of the KC-
45 refueling tanker in
Mobile, Alabama. The
prospect of this aircraft being
manufactured in Mobile
opens the opportunity to
house many of the compo-
nent companies in Santa
Rosa County because the
various support industries to
the tanker do not want to be
in close proximity, forcing
them to compete for employ-
ees and wages. The Boeing
Corporation is protesting the
U.S. Air Force's decision to
award the tanker contract to
Northrop-Grumman in a dis-
pute that threatens the $600
million plant's future.


does, train wrecks, chemical
spills, Avian flu. We need to
be prepared for whatever
comes our way," says
Folkers.
The Expo has already
garnered substantial media
support with Mediacom,
Cox, Clearwire, WEAR, and
WXBM among others donat-
ing $180,000 worth of free
air time or ad space to the
promotion of the event.
Folkers says volunteers
are still needed. Interested
parties may contact 444-
7135 for more information.


SANTA ROSA
GUN & KNIFE SHOW
April 5-6, 2008
9am until 5pm
Come and bring the family!
Santa Rosa County
Auditorium
Old Bagdad Hwy.,
Milton, Florida
BUY
SELL
TRADE
Admission: Adult $5:00
12 years old and under- FREE.
For information,
call Billy Rogers @
(850) 957-4952
or (850) 261-8407
after 5pm


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morning at 7am at Steven's Market Deli,
3688 Hwy. 90; Pace, Florida 32571. We encourage
area business professionals to visit our networking
meeting. Any questions contact Debbie Coon at


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SALUTES


RICKY HINOTE

There's not a single individual in the City
of Milton, and far beyond its borders for that
matter; who does not on a daily basis have his
life touched in a meaningful way by Ricky
Hinote who supervises the city's water/waste
water treatment facilities. Each gallon of water
(and there's two million gallons pumped daily)
that flows into the many area homes, business-
es, and industrial facilities is treated under his
supervision.

Ricky has dedicated his entire working
career to the City of Milton and its residents,
working tirelessly 36 of his 55 years in a
capacity that, although almost beyond measure
in terms of safety and function, is rarely
thought of as a contribution to the lives of oth-
ers. Ricky is quick to credit the six operators
who work under his supervision for the same
dedication and commitment that he exhibits
Ricky Hinote each and every day. "They are part of what
makes the job we all do a success," he says.

As Director of Water/Waste Water Treatment for the City of Milton, Ricky has to undergo
and to constantly sustain rigid professional competency through in-service training on a regular
biannual cycle. His duties include not only furnishing properly treated drinking water to the
masses, but to handle the waste water to a degree that it is sgfe to be released back into the
environment.

Areas affected by the plant in terms of waste water treatment reach from Highway 87
slightly beyond Interstate 10 to PJC and NAS Whiting Field to the north and west. Even with
this capacity, the waste water treatment plant is only operating at 56 percent capacity, so you
can see the magnitude of the operation which requires constant surveillance.

We join some of Ricky's superiors who say his contribution to the safety and welfare of
the City of Milton's (and beyond) residents is perhaps among the most important of any city
employee. The low profile that he sustains is by no means a measure of the important work
that he and his staff accomplish. He's really a likeable fellow, and we salute him for the service
and commitment to excellence that he brings to one of the city's most important departments.



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April 2, 2008

Section B


Pace goes 3-1



in Crestview


7 Central and Jay turn in


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


over weekend
hits each.
Vaughn also added
three RBIs.
Kira Orr improved to 2-
0 on the season as she went
four and one-third innings
for the win while striking
out six.
Neal picked up the save
and fanned seven in relief.
On Thursday Pace
defeated Gulf Breeze 12-0
at home.
The
weet-
heart of a
w .i n
came in
only five
innings
as Neal
recorded
her first
no-hitter
of the Neal
season
by going the distance and
striking out 13.
Neal also helped her
cause with a home run
while going 1-for-4 at the
plate with four RBIs.
Shelby Brooks, Lizzie
Gunter and Vaughn all went
2-for-2 at the plate.
In Milton things did not
go so well for the Lady
Panthers of Milton who fell
to Tate 11-0 in five innings.
Milton's only base run-
ner came as K.K. Howard
issued one pass to first
base.
The Aggies capitalized
on five Milton errors on the
night as they.were staked to
an early 2-0 lead in the sec-
ond inning and extended it
to 4-0 by the top half of the
third.
Alyssa Larson allowed
nine hits in four innings of
work and struck out three,
while allowing only three
earned runs.
In tennis Washington
swept Milton in both
matches 7-0 at Washington
High School.
On Thursday Pace
defeated Washington in
girls tennis action 4-3,
while the boys fell to
Washington 7-0.
Kara Metty Kayla
Metty and Kelly Kessler
recorded single wins, while
the double teams of Kayla
Metty and Kessler secured
the match win.


Milton TPC is



this weekend


By BILL GAMBLIN
sports@srpressgazette.com
Times is running out and
so are spots in the first ever
Milton Triple Pro Classic at
Tanglewood Golf Club.
The three-person scram-
ble. will be April 5 and 6, but
there is more to this weekend
ahead than just golf, accord-
ing to Milton Golf Coach
and Athletic Director Murray
Rutledge.
"It if was for Bubba,
Heath and Boo we would not
be having this event," said
Rutledge. "I feel we are very
fortunate to have these pro
golfers willing to come back
and help the school and the
schools golf team."
Boo and Heath, both
1992 Milton grads, are
scheduled to be there, but
Bubba, a 1997 graduate has
decided to play the Houston
Shell Open this weekend.
"Bubba tied for second
there last year," said
Rutledge. "And we certainly
understand him wanting to


go back in hopes of getting
his first win."
Ironically all three are
expected to be together the
next week as they have qual-
ified to play at the Masters in
Augusta.
When asked about the
thought of the number of
pros like Watson, Weekley,
and Slocum who have gradu-
ated from Milton, Rutledge
feels is come down to some
deep roots.
"We have been fortunate
at Milton to have a mix of
good athletes, good coaches,
and good parents supporting
these athletes," said
Rutledge. "It means even
more when they come back
to give so much to help the
school and the golf program
particularly."
This three-person scram-
ble will feature a practice
round at Tanglewood, which
is the home course all three
golfers grew up on, along
with a TPC Golf Clinic at 5
p.m. Friday, which is open to


Bubba Watson will focus his
attention this weekend on the
Houston Shell Open where
he tied for second in 2007.
Press Gazette file photo.
the public.
Saturday shotgun starts
will occur at 7:30 a.m. and 1
p.m.
Rutledge pointed out
they are using this tour-
nametn to help the Milton
Golf program as well as
offer a scholarship to a
golfer so they can further
their education.


Bentley and Rutledge lead the


NCAA tourney bracket pack


By BILL GAMBLIN
sports@srpressgazette.coim
Just like the NCAA
Tournament has worked its
way down from a field of
65-hopefulls to just four.
The Press
Gazette/Beef-'O'-Bracly's
Bracket Contest has
worked it way down to just
a few .hopefuls after two
weekend of basketball
action.
Ironically for the first
time in the history of seed-
ing the teams in the men's
tournament has all four No.
1 seeds advanced their way
to the final four.
Former Milton head


coach Murray Rutledge
saw his lead over the pack
disappear as current
Panther's general Taf
Bentley picked all four
teams headed to San
Antonio.
Bentley used that
momentum to tie Rutledge
with 44 correct picks each.
So this weekend's
games in San Antonio
could mean even more, but
don't count out a couple of
players just one game back.
Tim Short and Fred
Owen are just one game
back with 43 correct picks
this tournament and both
went three for four in pick-


ing the final four.
Brian Hathaway is
hanging in there with 42
correct picks, while Paul
Hinson is next at 41.
Hank Hullett had 40
correct picks, while Rusty
and Becky Jones are tied
with 39 picks correct.
Walter Starnes is doing
his best but has fallen on
some hard times via the
upset bug with just 36 cor-
rect picks.
After the smoke clears
on April 5 we should have a
better idea who will walk
away with the 300 chicken
wings from Beef-'O'-
Brady's.


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Monday Night Mixed
Oops Alley
March 24, 2008
High Game Men: Glenn
Lowe, Ron tirimes, and
Bobbv Brooks 244
High Game Women:
Senekah Lejaunic- 213
High Game Team: Damn
10 Pin 830
High Series Men: Ron
Grimes 676
High Series Women:
Karen Leath- 560
High Series Team: Damn
10 Pin 2363
Overall League Standings:
1. Dave's Gang 29.5-14.5,
2. Incredibles 27.5-16.5, 3.
Three and One 27-16, 4.
Fun Bunch 27-17, 5. It
Doesn't Matter 25-19, 6.
D.I.L.L.I.G.A.S. 25-19, 7.
Split Happens 24-20, 8.
Suiper Friends 23.5-20.5,
9. Three Gents and Queen
23-21, 10. Pin Action 23-
21, 11. \Ve Wuz Robbed
3-21, 12. Dang's Crew
23-21, 13. Strike Force 21-
23, 14. Fantastic FoLr 20-
24, 15. Damn 10 Pin 19-
25, 16. M and J's 19-25,
17. New Recruits 18-26,
18. The Broken Balls 15.5-
28.5, 19. Strike Force 11 15-
29, 20. The Wabbly Balls
12-32..

Tuesday Night Inner
Church League
Oops Alley
March 25, 2008
High Game Men:
Shannon Stroud 248
High Game Women:


BH mna ( illey 172
High Game Team: The
Ixtri mists 724
High Series Men: Richard
Blackmon 604
High Series Women:
Brenda Gilley 484
High Series Team: The
Extremeists 2002
Overall League Standings:
1. The Strike Force 68-40,
2. Unpredictables 60-48,
3. Just One Drop 59-49, 4.
Optimists 58.5-49.5, 5.
Lucky Strikes 56.5-51.5, 6.
The Extremists 56-52, 7.
Mattinators 51-57, 8. The
STrike Team 49.5-58.5, 9.
F.O.G. 46.5-61.5, 10.
Under the Influence 35-
73.

Alley Cats
Oops Alley
March 26, 2008
High Scratch Game: Fran
Gordon 18'4
High Scratch Series:
BOnita Simmons 473
High Scratch Team: Three
Peas in a Pod 459
High Handicapped Game:
Fran Gordon 232
High Handicapped Series:
Ellen Hitchcock 675
High Handicapped Team:
Honey Bears- 1815

Overall League Standings:
1. Three Peas in a Plod
65.5-46.5, 2. Back Alley
Cats 61.5-50.5, 3. Darlings
of the Morning 54-58, 4.
Almost Shoulda Been 53-
59, 5. Three Stooges 52-
S60, 6. Honey Bears 48-64.


Santa Rosa Gun and
Knife Show: The Santa
Rosa Gun and Knife Show
will be April 5 and April 6 at
the Santa Rosa County
Auditorium.
Doors will be open from
9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Admission is $5 for
adults.
Riding fro a Reason:
Motorcycle enthusists are
invited to join Riding for a
Reason on April 6th.
This ride to benefir
Sacred Heart's Miracle
Camp will start at Stokes
Victory Polaris on Mobile
highway in Pensacola and
end at the Beulah Sausage
Festival at the Escambia
County Equestrain Center.
Registration will get
underway at 9:30 a.m. and
the ride will begin at 11:30
a.m.
Cost is $20 for one up
and $25 for two-up, which
includes admission to the
sausage festival, one free
sausage and soda.
The first 500 riders who
register will get a "Riding
for a Reason" pin.
Sacred HEart's Miracle
camp, is a retreat for chil-
dren and adults who are abt-
tling life threatening and
chronicillness, including
cancer, arthritis, and ashtma.
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 admission
will be $10 for adults, and
$5 for children 12 and under.
United Way Fishing
Tournament: The United
Way of Santa Rosa County
and AIG-American General
will hold a bass fishing tour-
nament '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.
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
tournament 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 ceremony
following the tournament.
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 informa-
tion 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, assistance,
and education to lupus
patients in our community.
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
Raffl 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 foot-
ball, an Emmitt Smith
signed Cowboys helmet, a
Travis Fryman signed base-
ball, Boo Weekley signed
hat and picture, Haley
Millsaps signed hat and pic-
ture, Danny Woerffle signed
mini-helmets, and much
more.
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 tour-
nament will benefit the
Milton High School Golf
Team and a scholarship
fund for golfers.
The schedule of events
will begin with a practice
round at Tanglewood and a
free golf clinic that after-


noon.
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,
Milton, Fla. 32572.
Knights of Columbus
Golf Tourrney: The
Knights of Columbus
Countcil No. 7027 will hold
their tirst annual golf tour-
rnament April 26th at
Tanglewood Golf Club.
Registration for this
four-person scramble will
get underway at noon with a
shotgun start set for 1 p.m.
Prizes will be presented
for first, second, and third
place as well as closest to
the pin and longest drive.,
There is a home in one
cash prize of $5,000 on the
eighth hole at Tanglewood
Golf Club for this tourna-
ment.
Awards will be present-
ed after the tournament at
the club house.
To play the fee is $65
per person and the entry
deadline is April 19th.
Tee sign sponsorships is
also available.
For more information
call 981-8078.
Camp E-Ma-Chamee
Fish Fry: Camp E-Ma-
Chamee is holding a fish fry
fundraiser at Christ United
Methodist Church on
Dogwood Ave. in Milton.
The fish fry will run
from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Plates are $7 each and to
go plates can be picked up.
For more information
call 380-9507.
Futbol Club of Santa
Rosa Adult Soccer
Registration: Registration
is currently underway for
Adult 6v6 soccer. Online
registration is available at
the FCSR website
www.fcsantarosa.com. The
registration fee will be $70
for the 10 week season, with
games on Monday evenings.
For more information please
check the FCSR website or
call 994-KICK.
More activities can be
found at
www.srpressgazette.com.
Look for the box called
'Things to Do'.
There you can check on
activities by zip code or
activity. And you are also
more than welcome to enter
your events there as well.


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4th Grade Field Trip: My Home, My Heritage, My Future


On Friday, February
1st, the 4th grade at
Rhodes Elementary
boarded buses to begin a
special field trip which
was funded as part of a
Santa Rosa Educational
Foundation grant they
received to study our
local history and gov-
ernment.
Our first stop was
the Santa Rosa County
Courthouse. After pass-
ing through the metal
detectors, we were
greeted by Brenda Van
Brussel, Court
Operations Manager.
She escorted the classes
upstairs into the court-
room of Judge
Swanson, who spoke
briefly about his educa-
tion and career, and then
explained the responsi-
bilities of the Judicial
Branch in the 3 branch-
es of government. He
also explained the sys-
tem of checks and bal-
ances that protects the
freedoms of American
citizens. While in the
courtroom, we were
informed of the careers
and responsibilities of
Elaine Tyree, Court
Reporter, Deputy Larry
Owens, Court Security
Officer, Mark Lehmann,
Circuit Felony Clerk,
and Deputy Seberena
Moorer, Court Security.
Our next stop was
to join County
Commissioner Don
Salter at the Veteran's
Memorial Plaza.
Commissioner Salter
presented a copy of
Freedom, a book about
the Veteran's Memorial,
our 4th grade classes
and explained the sig-
nificance of the plaza
and the many memorials
within the plaza. He
stressed the sacrifices
that have been made so
that the students can
enjoy the freedoms they
have.
Afterward, we
walked across the street
to the Santa Rosa
Historical Society
Museum where Mr.
Nathan Woolsey led 3
groups of students on
tours through the muse-
um and the Imogene


Theater. Students were
impressed with the
beauty of the Imogene
and the murals showing
how downtown Milton
looked in the past.
While downtown, we
were invited by Mrs.
Deb Pruitt to tour Polka-
Dots Toy Store, and
everyone was given a
sample of the delicious
fudge sold in the store.
We then boarded
the buses and rode to
Milton's City Hall. The
City Manager, Donna
Adams, greeted us and
explained things like
who runs City Hall, the
appointed City
Officials, and City
Departments; how citi-
zens can participate; and
about the departments
of City Revenues,
Expenditures, and
Budgets. Students were
introduced to Mayor
Guy Thompson who
spoke very motivating
and encouraging words
to the students.
Councilwoman Patsy
Lunsford spoke about
the City Skate Park and
how students were
instrumental in the idea,
formation, and financ-
ing of the Skate Park.
Police Chief Greg
Brand and Officer Stone
spoke about the DARE
Program which the stu-
dents will participate in
during 5th grade.
Students also met City
Clerk bDewitt Nobles,
Public Works Director
Brian Watkins, Public
Information Officer
Pamela Holt, and
Planning Director
Randy Jorgenson.
Students were then
allowed to sit in the
seats of the City Council
Members and vote on
these current issues:
Are you in favor of
charging people to use
the skate park?
(Majority vote: No.),
Are you in favor of
allowing skateboarding
on streets and sidewalks
in downtown Milton?
(Majority vote: No.),
Are you in favor of
allowing dogs to run
loose in city parks?
(Unanimous: No.), Are


you in favor of building
a swimming pool?
(Unanimous: Yes), and
Should .vehicles be
allowed to use the
Blackwater Heritage
Trail? (Unanimous:
No.) Students left City
Hall feeling challenged,
empowered, and
informed.
After a brief bus
ride, students were
greeted at Bagdad
Village Museum by
members of the Bagdad
Village Preservation
Association, all dressed
in-period costumes. Dr.
Richard Lewis, Mr.
Michael Johnson, Mr.
Mickey McNair, Ms.
Mary Hawkins, Ms.
Sylvia Streeter, Mrs.
Lana Allen, and Mrs.
Elaine Willis made
Bagdad history come
alive for the students.
We were encouraged to
travel back to the period
when Bagdad was cov-
ered with massive yel-
low pines, and we were
reminded of the danger,
hard work, and living
conditions in the mill
town. We were served
refreshments in a shot-
gun house that a worker
once lived in. Many
wonderful memories
were made. Following
our tour of the Bagdad
Village Museum, we
enjoyed lunch at the
Bagdad Recreation
Park.
Upon return to the
classroom, students
wrote very informed
narrative and expository
papers about their field
trip in preparation for
FCAT Writes.
Fourth Grade
wishes to express their
appreciation to the
SREF for funding this
educational activity, to
those mentioned in the
article that were so
instrumental in making
this venture both educa-
tional, informative, and
inspiring.
Also, students pre-
pared a list of interview
questions as part of our
information gathering
prior to our study and
field trip. The questions
were:


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"Rkb es Kindergarten registration will be Friday, april
18tk frwom 8:00 -1:00 and. Saturday; april 19t. e fro 9:00
- 1:00. Tkis registration~ will be k6ldl i the sako's o'CFi.



W.M. Rkode Reeognizes "INDNESS

wdtk TontkerPaws of Kindness"

The "Panther Paws of Kidnedss" ele.brotes ou students' krnd
actions on a weealdy basis. In. eoa c xassroo'm, students are selected to,
have their names and teir acts of kindness written on. a panther paw.
The paws are displayed in the front akdway of the school (Atkat a
wonderfl sight to' see the ponter trail grow each week! 4ow sweet it
Is to- read about the positive behvioms that our students show to others!


1. How long is your
typical workday, and do
you get coffee breaks or
vacations?
2. How many people
help you with your job?
3. What is your
favorite part of your job?
4. How do you pre-
pare to meet dignitaries
from other counties,
cities, or countries?
5. What are some of
the problems facing our
city, county, or country?
6. What can a 4th
grader do to help solve
these problems and help
our city, county, or coun-
try?
We wish to thank
the following elected
officials who responded
to the interview questions
via mail or email prior to
the field trip: Senator
Bill Nelson, County
Commissioner John
Broxson, County
Commissioner Gordon
Goodin, County
Commissioner Don
Salter, Milton Mayor
Guy Thompson, City
Councilman George
"Bunny" Jernigan, City
Councilman Grady H.
Hester, and City
Councilwoman -Pat
Lunsford.


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Legal 3/293
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE FIRST JUDICIAL CIR-
CUlT, IN AND FOR SANTA
ROSA COUNTY, FLORIDA
Case No.: 08-458-DR
Division: E
Wanda Carol Maloy
Petitioner
and
Rodney Eugene Malay
Responded.
NOTICE OF ACTION FOR
DISSOLUTION OF MAIR-
RIAGE
TO: Rodney Eugene Maloy
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an ac-
tion has been filed against you
and that you are required to
serve a copy of your written de-
fenses, if any, to it on Wanda
Carol Malay, whose address is
3724 Martin St. Pace Fla on or
before April 14 2008, and file
the original with the clerk of this
Court at 6865 Caroline St., Mil-
ton FL, 32570, before service
on Petitioner or immediately
thereafter. If you fail to do
so, a default may be en-
teed against you r the
reliet demanded in the pe-
tition.
Copies of all court docu-
ments in this case, in-
cludina orders, are availa-
ble atme Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court's office. You
may review these docu-
ments upon request.
nu must kee the-Clerk
the Circuit Court's office
notified of your current
address, (Y6u may file
Notice of Current Address,
Florida Supreme Court Ap
proved Family Law Form
12.915.) Future papers in
this lawsuit will be mailed
to the address on record
at the clerk's office.
WARNING: Rule 12.285,
Florida Family Law Rues
of Procedure, requires cer-
tain automatic disclosure
of documents and infeor-
motion. Failure to comply
can result in sanctions, in-
cluding dismissal or strik-
ing of pleadings.


Dated: March 14, 2008
CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT
COURT
CIRCUIT COURT SEAL
By: Carmen Emery
Deputy Clerk
031908
032608
040208
040908
3/293

Legal 3/314
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE 1ST JUDICIAL CIRCUIT,
IN AND FOR SANTA ROSA
COUNTY, FLORIDA
CIVIL DIVISION
CASE NO.: 07-729 CA
U.S. BANK NATIONAL ASSO.
CIATION, AS TRUSTEE, BY
HOMEQ SERVICING CORPO-
RATION, ATTORNEY IN FACT,
Plaintiff,
vs.
WILLIAM C. KUPFER A/K/A
WILLIAM KUPFER A/K/A WIL-
LIAM CROCKER KUPFER, et al,
Defendants.
NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE
SALE
THE PRESS GAZETTE IN MIL-
TON)
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
poursuant to a Final Judgment of
foreclosure datd y of
March 2008 and entered in
Case N. 0/-729 CA, of the
Circuit Court of the 1ST Judicial
Circuit in and for Santa Rosa
County, Florida, wherein U.S.
BANK NATIONAL ASSOCIA-
TION AS TRUSTEE BY
HOMbQ SERVICING CORPO.
RATION, ATTORNEY IN FACT
is the Plaintiff and WILLIAM C.
KUPFER A/K/A WILLIAM
KUPFER A/K/A WILLIAM
CROCKER KUPFER, SRI; MAR-
THA ABIGAIL KUPFER A/K/A
ABIGAIL MEARS-BALDWIN;
JOHN DOE JANE DOE AS
UNKNOWN TENANTS IN
POSSESSION OF THE SUBJECT
PROPERTY are defendants. I will
sell to the highest and best bid-
der for cash at the NORTH
FRONT STEPS OF COURT-
HOUSE at the Santa Rosa
County Courthouse, in Milton
lorida a 11:00 a.m. on the
day of April, 2008, the follow-
ing described property as set
forth in said Final Judgment, to
wit:
SEE ATTACHED EXHIBIT
"A"
LEGAL DESCRIPTION
Situated in Santa Rosa
County, Florida
Beginning 25 feet East of
the Northwest Corner of
the Southwest Quarter of
the Northwest Quarter of
the Northwest Quarter
(SW 1/4 of NW A/4) of Sec-
tion 22, Township 1
North, Range 28 West;
thence South 165 feet and
corner; thence East 305
Teet aUd corner' fthence
165 feet and corner,
thence West 305 feet to
Point of Beginning. Being
the ame property as
transferred by uitClaim


Deed on 06/14/2002 this Court either before service
a d on Plaintiff's attorney or immedi-
retarded 06/15/2002 tel thereafter; otherwise a de-
from PaulR. Ba in, a fuwill be entered against you
divorced an to Abigail for the relief demanded in the
Mears-Baldwin, a/k/a complaint.
Marth Abigalupkr, er-
Maroous i r- If you are a person with a Disa-
d as a i ce oma cities who need any occommo
but actually married, on in order o participate in
None Stated recorded his proceeding you are entitled
k 2031 and Pag at no cost o you to the provi-
1136 sons of certain assistant please
contact Susan Land at 6865
ANY PERSON CLAIMING AN Caroline Street Milton, FL
INTEREST IN THE SURPLUS 32570, 850-983-1012 within
FROM THE SALE IF ANY 2 workin days of this receipt
OTHER THAN THE'PROPERTY of this document. If you are
OWNER AS OF THE DATE OF hearing or Voice impaired call
THE LIS PENDENS MUST FILE 1-800-955-8771.
CLAIM WITHIN 60 DAYS AF- WITNESS my hand and the seal
TER THE SALE. of this Court this 4 day of
March, 2008.
If you are a person with a Disa-
lies who need any acco Ma M. Jhnson
ma o noe cm As Clerk of the Court
nation in order to participate in CIRCUIT COURT SEAL
this proceeding you are enti BBrandy Norris
I e d AsDeputy Clerk
at no cost to you to the provi-
sions of certain assistant please 032608
contact Susan Land at 6865 040208
Caroline Street Milton, FL 3/315
32570, 850-983-1012 within ega 3/316
2 working days of this receipt
of this document. If you are IN THE CIRCUIT COURT IN
hearin or Voice impaired call AND FOR SANTA ROSA
1-800555-8771. COUNTY FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
Dated this 4 day of March, CASE No.: 57-2008-CP-73
2008. Division: "B"
Mary M. Johnson IN RE: The Estate of
Clerk OF The Circuit Court
CIRCUIT COURT SEAL JAMES ARTHUR PICKETT,
By: J. Watkins Deceased.
Deputy Clerk
032608 NOTICE TO CREDITORS
032608
040208 The administration of the estate
3/314 of
deceased, whose date of death
Legal 3/315 was February 28, 2008, is
pending in the Circuit Court for
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF Santo "osa County Florida
THE 1ST JUDICIAL CIRCUIT Probate Division the address of
IN AND FOR SANTA ROSA which is 6865 taroline Street,
COUNTY, FLORIDA Milton, arid, 32570 The
CIVIL DIVISION names and addresses of the
CASE NO.: 08-000072CA personal representative and the
S personal representative s ator-
COUNTRYWIDE HOME ney ore se forth below.
LOANS, INC, All creditors of the decedent
Plaintiff, and other persons having claims
RAVIS HAYS Etal or demands against decedent's
TRAVI HAS, et al, estate on whom a c of this
Defendants. notice is required to be served
OTIC AT must file their claims with this
NOTICE OF ACTION Court WITHIN THE LATER
N MOF 3 MONTHS AFTER THE
TO: TIME OF THE FIRST PUBU-
TRAVIS HAYS CATION OF THIS NOTICE
LAST KNOWN ADDRESS: OR 30 DAYS AFTER THE
2116 TOM STREET, NAVARRE, DATE OF SERVICE OF A
FL 32566 COPY OF THIS NOTICE ON
ALSO ATTEMPTED AT: 904 PIP- THEM.
PIN DRIVE, MARY ESTHER, FL
32569 All other creditors of the dece.
CURRENT RESIDENCE UN- dentand persos having caims
UNKNOWN or demands against decedet's
UNKNOWN SPOUSE OF estate must file'their claims with
TRAVI S HAYS this Court WITHIN 3
LAST KNOWN ADDRESS: MONTHS AFTER THE DATE
2116 TOM STREET, NAVARRE, OF THE FIRST PUBLICA-
FL 32566 OF THIS NOTICE.
ALSO ATTEMPTED AT: 904 PIP. TION OF THIS NOTICE.
PIN DRIVE, MARY ESTHER, FL ALL CLAIMS NOT SO FILED
32569 WILL BE FOREVER BARRED.
CURRENT RESIDENCE UN-
KNOWN NOTWITHSTANDING TAE
TIME PERIOD SET FORTH
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an ac- ABOVE ANY CLAIMFILED
lion for Foreclosure of Mort TWO (YEARS OR MORE
ae on the folowing de- AFTER THEDECEDENT'S
scribed property: DATE OF DEATH IS
BARRED.
SEE ATTACHED EXHIBIT
"A" The date of first publication of
Shis Notice is March 26, 2008.
EXHIBIT A
Attorney for Personal Represent-
Unit 2116, Santa Rosa alive:
Oaks Condominium, a Susan Crockett Batson
condominium according to LAW OFFICES OF KIMMEL &
the Decration of BATSONCHARTERED
Condominium thereof as 715 N. Baylen Street
recorded in Official Rec- Pensacola, FL32501
ords Book 2289, at page 18501 4387501
2079, and amended.May Florida Bar No,: 500186
28, 2004, in Official
Records Book 2305, Pqge Personal Representative:
272, and as further Michae J. Morgan
amended July 23, 2 6600, Allison Wa
in Official Records Book Pace, Florida 32571
2329, Page 1835-1838
and as further amended 032608
October 19 2004, is Offi- 040208
cial Records Book 2363, 3/316
Pages 555, 556, and 557, _____
and as further amended LegaI3/317
December 13 2004, in l3/317
Condominium ltBook9, IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
Page4, all of the publicFOR SANTA ROSA
records of Santa Rosa COUNTY FLORIDA
County, Florida, together PROBATY, DIVISION
with an undivided interest FILE NO 57-DIVISION2007-CP-326
in the common elements, FILE NO. 57-2007-CP-326
aifntIN RE: THE ESTATE OF
thereto,subieto and inJAC SHERRE KILL-OF
accordance withthe cove- INGSWORTH, DECEASED
nants, conditions, restric-
tions, term~aadDaother NOTICE TO CREDITORS
provisions ofasaldDeclaro-
on"D The administration of the Estate
has been filed against you and of JACQUELINE SHERRE
you are required to servea KILLINGSWORTH, Deceased,
you qrtq en whose date of dealh was
copy of your written defenses if 25 2007 Case Num-
any, to it, on Marshall C Maat- arch ^, 2007, N
son, PA. Attorney for Plaintif. br 57u2007CPO26 r is pend-
whose address is 1800 NW' gin" the Circuit court for
49TH STREET SUITE 120 Snta Rosa ouny,Florida
FT. LAUDERDALE FL 33304 Probate Division, the address oa
an or before April 4 2008 a CwhIch isu Santa Rosa County
date which is within tkirt (301 rtho 6865Caroline
days after the first publication ot Sreet SE FL 2572.
hi Notice in the ITHE PRESS ISThe rnales and adarenses ea e
GAZETTE IN MLTON) and file Personal Representotiveaone
the original with the Clerk of Personal Repreentative attorney


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TODAY!


All creditors ofthe'estate of the
decedent and other persons
having claims or demands
against decedent's estate on
waom a copy of this Notice has
been served must ile their
claims with this Court WITHIN
THE LATER OF THREE (3)
MONTHS AFTER THE DATE
OF THE FIRST PUBLICA-
TION OF THIS NOTICE.
ALL CLAIMS NOT SO FILED
WILL BE FOREVER BARRED.
NOTWITHSTANDING THE
TIME PERIOD SET FORTH
ABOVE, ANY CLAIM FILED
TWO (2)YEARS OR MORE
AFTER THE DECEDENT'S
DATE OF DEATH IS
BARRED.
The date of the first publication
of the Notice is March 26,
2008.
Jackie Ray Killingsworlh
Personal Representative
5420 Redwater Court
The Colony, TX 75056
WICKER, SMITH, O'HARA,
MCCOY & FORD, P.A.


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and other persons, having
claims or demands against
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714l 51i 1 1104
Altolney for pition for an administrative con ai the some information as
50 N. 1 S Suie 2700 ain ay resu in a modifi- set t above as required by
JIocksunvile, 14 32202 catlion of ti- Irtnil and lease, Rule 28-106.301. Under Sec-
Phone: (90 552 or evn a donil of the applicti- tons 120.569(2)(c) and (d of
Fx: (904)3,'i0226 lion, Accorcingly, Ihe applicant tie Florida Statutes, a petition
is cdvisod no to commence or administrative hearing must
B:l tl'oy Moody cons ucion or ohlr activities be dismissed by the agency if
Richcud 1:. RlmIovy undor this permil/lese until the the petition does not subsfan-
Ilorida Br Io, /71506 deacl ines below for filing pe- tially comply with the above re-
lition lor c administrative hear- quirements or is untimely filed.
032608 ing, or request for an extension
040208 of time have expired. This action is final and effective
3/317 on the date filed with the Clerk
Under Rule 62-110.106(4) of of the Department unless a peti-
the- Florida Administrative tion is filed in accordance with
Code, a person whose substan- the above. Upon the timely fil-
Le 3318 tial interests are affected by the ing of petition this order will not
Legal 3/318 Department's action may also be effective until further order of
NOTICEOFreuest an extension of time to the Department.
NOTICE OF ACTION file a petition for an administra-
live hearing. The Department This permit constitutes an order
BEFORE THE BOARD OF may, for good cause shown, of the Department. The appi-
NURSING grant the request for on exten- cant has he riaht to seek udi-
sion of time. Requests for cial review of he order under
IN RE: The license to practice extension of time must be filed Section 120.68 of the Florida
nursing of with the Office of General Statutes, by the filing of a notice
Counsel of the Department at of ao eal under Rule 9.110 of
Doll R. James, C.N.A. 3900 Commonwealth Boule- the Florido Rules of AApelfate
4891 Tealwood vard Mail Station 35 Tallahas- Procedure with the Clerk of the
Pace, Florida 32571 seeFlorida 32399-3000, be- Department in the Office of
Fore the applicable deadline. A General Counsel, 3900 Com-
CASE NO.: 2007-06219 timely request for extension of monwealth Boulevard, Mil Sta-
time shall toll the running time lion 35 Tal ahassee, Forida,
LICENSE NO.: 112381 period for filin a petition until 32399-3000; and by filing a
he request is acted upon. If a copy of the notice of the ppe
Tie Department of Health has request is filed late, the Depart- accompanied by the applicable
filed an Administrative Com- men may still grant it upon a filin fees wi the appropriate
blS se obtained b o rnooinbch th s r dist i ict couri fp pppe lppialeo
plaint against you, a copy of motion by, the requesting party dsc cour of appeal. Theno-
whic ma be obtaine by con- sowinhat the failure o ilea ice of appeal must be iled
acting Ollie Evans Assistant requestor an extension of time within 3 days from the date
General Counsel Prosecution before the deadline was the re- when the final order is filed with
Services Unit, 4652 Bald Cy- suit of excusable neglect, the Clerk of the Department. Re-
press Way, Bin #C65, Tallahas- uests for review before the
see Florida 323993265, (850) In hie event that a timely and Land and Water Ad udicatory
245-4640 sufficient petition for an admin- Commission must be filed with
S- the Secretary of the
f no contact has been made by iralive hearing is filed, other C o m m i s s o n
you concer3in tle above by persons whose substantial inter- and served on the De arlment
April 30, 2005, the matter of ests will be affected by the out- within 20 days from the date
the Administrative Complaint come of Ite administrative proc- when the final order is filed with
will be presented at an ensuing ess have the right to peition to the Clerk of the Department.
meeting of the Board of Nursing intervene in the proceeding. In-
i ifo nlal proceeding, tervention will be ony at dis. Te application is available for
creation of the presiding office public inspection during normal
In accordance with the Ameri- upon te filing f a motion in business hours, 8:00 a.m, to
cas with Disabilities Act, per compliance with Rule 5:00 p.m., Monday through Fri-
sorns needing a special accon- 28-106.205 of the Florida Ad- day except legal holidays, af
rodation to participate in lhis ministrative Code. eprtment o Environmenta
proceeding should contact the Protection, 160 Governmental
individual or agency sending In accordance with Rules Center, Suite 201 Pensacola,
this notice not later han seven 28-106.111 2) and Florida 32502-5704.
days rior to the proceeding at 62-110.1063)a)(4) petitions
the address given on the noce. for an administrative hearing by 040208
Telepne 850) 245-4640, te applicant must be field 040208
00- -77 (TDD wi hin2 days of receipt of this 4/344
1-800-955-8770(V) via Florida written notice. Petitions filed by
Relay Service. any persons other than the ap-
olicant, and other than those n-
032608 filed to written notice under
040208 Section 120.60(3) of the For-
040908 ida Statutes, must be filed with- Legal 4/345
041608 i n
3/318 21 days of publication of the IN THE CIRCUIT COURT IN
Legal 3/347 rnotce or within21 daysofsuch AND FOR SANTA ROSA
oLega 3/3ice, regardless of the date of COUNTY, FLORIDA
PACE SELF STORAGE Auc- publication Case No. 08-434-CA
lion, 4964 Highway 90 Suite Under Section 120.60(3) of the IN RE: The Forfeiture of:
A Pace Ft 32571 USanderst Florida Statutes, however, any
rsey Unit 21-Sande rsn who has asked the One 1996 Toyota Tacoma
204 Fletcher Uit 29Rchrd prtment for notice of agency PickupJ N24D 1 3.
April 17, 2008 (Thur.) at 9:30 action may file a petition within v J4UN24D
21 dle s of such notice regard-.
m. sharp. less of the date of publication. DEFENDANT/CLAIMANT:
040208 The petitioner shall mail a copy Chris D. Garcia.
040908/347 of the petition to the applicant
at the address indicatedabove NOTICE OF FORFEITURE
__ __at the time of filing. The failure PROCEEDING
of any person to file a petition TO: Chris D. Garcia, 4004 Pov-
Legal 4/344 for an administrative hearing or erty Creek Road, Crestview,
pursue mediation as proviBed Florida 32539, and all persons
STATE OF FLORIDA elow within the appropriate who claim an interest in one
DEPARTMENT OF ENVI- time period shall constitute a 1996 Toyota Tacomo Pickup,
RONMENTAL PROTECTION waiver of those rights. vehicle identification number
NOTICE OF INTENT TO IS- JT4UN24D1T0032553, which
SUE PERMIT A petition that disputes the ma- was seized on or about Febru-
teral facts on which the Depart- ary 5 2008 at S.R. 281 at
This intent to issue a permit (File ment's action is based must con- US. 98 south end of Garcon
No. 17-0284148-001-DF) to tain the following information: Point Bridge), in Santa Rosa
Adams Homes of Northwest Count. Said property is in the
Florida Inc. located al Lot 7 (a) The name aid address of custody of the eSanta Rosa
Block 5 Cardinal Lane in Holley each agenc affected and each County Sheriff's Office in Santa
by the Sea to impact 0.04 ?c- agency s file or identification Rosa County, Florida and a
res of urisdictiond l wetlands for number, if known Complaint for Final Judgment of
the construction of a driveway (b) The name, address, and tele- Forfeiure pertaining thereto has
with an associated onsite hpone number of the petitioner; been iled in the above styled
conservation easement, is the name, address and tle- cause.
hereby gnte unless a suffi- phone number of the petition- Dated this 17th day of March,
cent petition for an administra- e s 2008.
ive hearing is timelytiled under representative, if any, which
Sections 12.569 and 120.57 shall be the address for service /S/Laura J. Ny
of the Florida Statutes as pro- purposes during the course of LAURAJOYNER NYE
vided below, the proceeding; and an expla- Florida Bar No.: 487236
nation of hosw the petitioner's Lindsa & Andrews, P.A.
The project is located at Lot 7 substantial interests are or will 5218 Willin Street
Block 3, Cardinal Lane in be affected by the agency de- Milton, Florido 32570
Holley by the Sea, Navarre, termination (850 623-3200
Section 18 Township 2-South, (c) A statement of when and Fox 850i 623-0104
Range 26-Vest, Latitude: 30' how the petitioner received no. Attorney or Plaintiff
24' 19.12 North, Longitude fice of the agency decison; 40208
86' 56' 56.68' West, in Santa d) A statement of all disputed 040208
Rosa County. ssues of material fact. I there 040908
ore none, the petition must so in- 4/345
The procedures for petitioning dicate;
for a hearing are sei forth be- (e) A concise statement of the ul-
low. timate facts alleged, including Legal 4/346
the specific facts that the peti-
A person whose substantial in- tioner contends warrant rever- IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
terests ore affected by the De- s a FOR SANTA ROSA
portment s action may petition or modification of Jhe agency's COUNTY FLORIDA
For on administration proceed- proposed action: and PROBATE DIVISION
i i10 oring under Sections A statement oa the specific Fil N. 57-2008-CP-89
120-569 and 120.57 of the rules or statutes that the pelti- Division:
Florida Statutes, The petition tioner contends requires rever-
must contain the information set sal or modification of the agen- IN RE: ESTATE OF
forth below and must be filed cy's proposed action;
received by the clerk) in Ih O- (g) A statement of the relief DAWN ANDREA JOHNSON
lice of General Counsel of he sought by the petitioner, stating Deceased
Department at 3900 Common- precisely the action that the peti-
wealth Boulevard, Mail Station ioner wishes the agency to ake NOTICE TO CREDITORS
35 Tallahassee, Florida with respect to the agency's pro-
32399-3000. posed action. The administration of the estate
d of Dawn Andrea Johnson d
Because the admrinistrative A petition that does not dispt ceased, whose date of death
I e a r the material facts on which was March 11, 2008 is pend-
ing process is designed to rede- De ortments action is based in the Circuit Court for
ermine final agency action on shal state that no uch facts are na Rosa County Florida,
the application, the filing of a in dispute and otherwise shall Probate Divisi n, File Nq.
-ob-t- v-siqq_ __ 7 'P _-


LATER OF THREE (3) MONTHS
AFTER THE TIME OF THE FIRST
PUBLICATION OF THIS NO-
TICE OR THIRTY (301 DAYS AF-
TER THE DATE OF SERVICE OF
A COPY OF THIS NOTICE ON
THEM.
All other creditors of the dece-
dent and other persons having
claims or demands agains
decedent's estate must file their
claims with this court WITHIN
THREE 13) MONTHS AFTER
THE DATE OF THE FIRST PUBLI-
CATION OF THIS NOTICE.
ALL CLAIMS NOT FILED
WITHIN THE TIME PERIODS
SET FORTH IN SECTION
733.702 OF THE FLORIDA
PROBATE CODE WILL BE FOR-
EVER BARRED.
NOTWITHSTANDING THE
TIME PERIODS SET FORTH
ABOVE, ANY CLAIM FILED
TWO 12 YEARS OR MORE AF-
TER THE DECEDENT'S DATE
OF DEATH IS BARRED.
THE DATE OF THE FIRST PUBLI-
CATION OF THIS NOTICE IS
April 2,. 2008.
Attorney for Personal Represent-
alive
/s/ Katie M. While
Kathlvn M. While
Florida Bar No. 0013135
McDonald Fleming Moorhead
25 West Government Street
Pensacola, FL 32502
(850). 477-0660; FAX
020-8543
Personal Representative
/s/Healher I. Johson
Heather I. Johnson
1536 W. Washinaton Avenue
Cleveland, WI 53015
040208
040908
4/346
Legal 4/348
City of Milton
Working Beautification
Meeting
The City of Milton's Workino
Beautification Committee wi
meet on April 8, 2008 at 4:00
p.m. within the Planning & De-
velopment Department located
at 6738 Dixon Street. For fur-
ther information on the meeting,
contact Sharon Holley at
983-5440, ext. 412. All meet-
ings are open to the public.
040208
040208
4/348


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Publisher's
Notice
Freedom Communica-
tions Inc. (dba Santa
Rosa s Press Gazette and
the Santa Rosa Free
Press) reserves the right
to censor, reclassiy re-
vise, edit or reject any
advertisement not meet-
ing its standards of ac-
ceptance. Submission of
advertisement does not
constitute an agreement
to publish said adver-
tisement. Publication of
an advertisement does
not constitute an agree-
ment for continued publi-
cation.


S 1170
Found Black & White
Cat. Avalon and Hwy 90
area, 1 1/2 weeks ago.
983-8814
Found Cat on 3/19 @
Dairy Queen in Bagdad.
Male Tabby 7-10 IBs.
Very friendly. 981-9130
Found Ferret off of
Chumuckla Hwy &
Guernsey Rd. Sat. March
22nd. Call to identify.
341-5173
Found small female
house doa in Pea Ridge
area off o1 Hwy 90 on
3/19/08. Please call
994-0889 to identify.
Small white dog
found on 3/18 Spring
Hill Community south of
Munson on Hwy 191.
957-6140 ext. 0









2100 Pets
2110- Pets: Free to
Good Home
2120 Pet Supplies
2130- Farm Animals/
Supplies
2140- Pets/Livestock
Wanted
2150 Pet Memorials


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Free kittens to good
homes. 6 weeks old.
623-8672


2130
Hay For Sale
Coast Hay in square
bails.
Peanut Hay
Available in rolls.
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Multi-Family
Garage Sale
Summerfield Court
April 5th 6am-?
Clothes, books, furniture,
toys, Longaberger Bas-
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doors, including office
and showroom. Will
accept RV or 5th wheel
qri in trade (etc)
850-983-2296/
850-206-4008


| 3300 |
Styx River Resort Life
time membership for sale.
Paid $8000 asking
$5000 or negotiable.
623-5149


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



Bayou Cafe
4474 Woodbine Road,
Pace, Florida
Now hiring experienced
cook & waitstaff.
994-7111
Driver Trainees
Needed. No CDL? No
Problem! Earn up to
$900/wk. Home week-
ends with TMC. Com-
pany endorsed CDL
Training.
1-866-280-5309
Drivers A Fresh New
Start
Singles and Teams'
HOGAN now has an
Amazing Offer
HOME MOST WEEK-
ENDS
All company fleets offer
Health, 40 k, Paid Holi-
days and more
Older Trucks ok for 00
also EZ Qualify
Call today Class A Re-
quired
eoe 800-444-6042
Granny NANNIES is
seeking a mature, re-
sponsible Office Assistant
willing to work between
25-40 hours/week and
grow with the company.
Office experience re-
uired. Fax resume to
Administrator
850-995-0554 email to
grannynannies2@bell
south.net or mail to 4000
Highway 90 Suite G,
Pace, FL 32571.
Healthcare
CNAs/HHAs
Immediate
Openings !
Granny NANNIES home
care agenc 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.
Personal Care/Service
Babysitters!
Sunshine is hiring Now.
htp://resortchildcare.com
to apply-
888-609-8979.

SANTA ROSA
GUN & KNIFE SHOW
April 5-6, 2008
9am until 5pm
Come and bring
the family!
Santa Rosa County
Auditorium
Old Bagdad Hwy,,
Milton, Florida
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For information,
cal Billy Rogers @
|850j 957-4952
or (850j261-8407
nfter SPrn .


FISH DAY
Now Is The Time For Stocking
4-6" & 6-8" Channel Catfish
Largemouth Bass
Black Crappie (if Available)
4 Bluegill (Coppernose & Hybrid)
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6100 Business/
Commercial
6110 Apartments
6120 Beach Rentals
6130 Condo/Townhouse
6140 House Rentals
6150 Roommate Wanted
6160 Rooms for Rent
6170- Mobile Home/Lot
6180 Out-of-Town Rentals
6190 Timeshare Rentals
6200 Vacation Rentals


6100
Milton Office Space
for lease.
4-Offices, various sizes
$350 & up includes utili-
ties. 850-255-4004

Milton
Office/Retail Space
for rent. Hwy 90 tont-
ae, qreat location.
3 1-1952

Milton Warehouse
Space Available, Huge
Building can
accomodate:
App. 600 sq ft for $2.50
App. 900 sq ft for $375
App 1400 sq ft for $575
App 1700 sq ft for $775
App 2000 sq ft for $900
App 3000 sq ft for
$1250
255-4004'

OFFICE SPACE &
WAREHOUSE
On Stewart Street.
623-5734 or
626-0740



6110
Milton
2/BR 1/BA near Whit-
ing Field $490/mth
$490/security Water &
qarbaqe included.
Don Cumbie Realty
377-6787 or 626-8959


NEW TODAY
Milton
Duplex in Milton
two bedroom one bath
duplex, close and
convienent location. just
remodeled. No pets,
994-9391


One month free rent!
Call for details



1, 2 and 3 BdRm
Units Now Available
WAC
850-983-6995 -


| 6110
Milton
Large apartment for
rent, $750.00. 2 bed-
room 1 V2 Bath. All utili-
ties paid (electric, water,
trash, cable).
850-623-6287 or
418-1816
Milton
Unfurnished 2/BR
duplex, $550/mth
$400/dep. No pets.
Call: 994-7246


6130


NfEW TIIAY
Navarre
Waterfront
Development
Now Leasing!
3br/3ba condos from
$1050/mo. Gated com-
munity with waterfront
pool. Call 866-600-PIER
[7437).
www.pier23navarre.com
Seagrove Area, south
of 30A, Furn. 2br, 2ba
just steps from the beach,
no roads to cross. Pool,
tennis, internet, cable
water washer, dryer in-
cluded. Beachside Villas.
$900. with 6 or 12 mo.
lease. 334-671-1613 or
334-494-4663




*2/2 Home 7867
South Airport Rd. E Mil-
ton $825*
*3/1 Home 4641 Geri
St. Milton $800*
*3/2 Home 8959
Gristmill Way E Milton
$875
3/2 Home 6579 Ce-
dar St. Milton $800
*3/2 Home 4821
Makenna Cir. Pace
$1250
*3/2 Home 4981
Marcus Cir., Pace
$800
*3/2 MH 4113 Ad-
ams Rd. Pace $650
*3/2 Home 3868 Sun
Valley Ct., Milton $950
Santa Rosa Realty
623-0077


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S 6140
Avalon
Large 2/BR 2/BA
brick home, CH&A,
W/D, patio, 2-car car-
port, storage shed, on 2
lots. Furnished if needed.
$900/mth first & lasts
mths rent plus security de-
posit. 497-91 11
Bagdad
4043 Raven, fenced
back yard, nice. 3/2
$800/mth $800/dep.
698-8337
East Milton
5113 Holcomb Rd.,
2/1, den can be used as
a 3rd bedroom, sun
porch detattched gar-
age, fenced yard, no
pets. $600/rent
$600/security
623-4409

3/1 on 1 acre, living
room w/fireplace, dining
room, eat-in-kitchen,
stove, refrig., W/D
shaded fenced yard, lots
of flowers. Hardwood
floors, new bath, 1500
sglft. $700/mth
$700/dep.
229-995-2110
Milton
2/BR House on Cypress
St. $650/mth
$300/dep., no pets
non-smoking. 623-5734
Milton
3/2 3-stories by Milton
Hih School, $795/mth
$795/security. Don
Cumbie Realty ask for
Barbara 377-6787
Milton
3/BR 1/BA, carport
utility room, stove and
friq. furnished. CH&A
No pets. 6125 Patricia
Ave. 748-1819
Milton
3/BR 2/BA double car
garage, available now.
military clause honored.
ets allowed with pet fee.
$925/mth
$800/deposit. Call
850-501-0273 or
529-7899
Milton
4br/2ba house
for rent
drive by 5078 Mary St.,
then call. 4br/2ba laun-
dry room, CH(&A- fenced
yard. 850-516-1096
Milton
Clean 2/BR 1/BA,
stove, ret. No pets,
non-smoking environ-
ment. Berryhill area.
$795/renf $700/dep.
994-5946
Milton
House for Rent
3/2 House on Mulat Rd.
Fenced yard w/Pool. No
smoke/pets $950mo.
(850)939-4885
Milton/Pace
New 3/2 4612 Anna
Simpson Rd. $950/mth
$900/dep. 983-2037 or.,
393-9343
North Milton
3/BR, I/BA $650/mth
$300/dep. or 2/BR
1/BA Mobile Home
$375/mth $300/dep.
No pets. 675-6614


6140
Pace
3/1.5 home
w/ceramic tile through-
out and newly remod-
eled kitchen $800/mo
2/1.5 home w/fenced
back yard. Pets ok.
$670/mo ** 2 weeks
FREE w/12 month
lease**
Call Katie Huqhes @
850-418-3948
pensacolamiltonhomes.
com
Pace
3578 Acy Lowery Rd.
Spacious brick home with
a large, enclosed pool.
3.5 acres. 5br/4.5
baths; 3614 SF. $1850.
er month. Call
478-4607 Eric Gleaton
Realty, Inc.
Pace
Nice 3/2 $750/mth
$750/dep. New point,
new carpet, large yard.
Non-smoking environ-
ment. 995-431


ill-6160_--
Milton
Glover Lane. Unfurnished
room with private bath.
Refri & microwave
available. No laundry fa-
cilities, pets, alcohol
drugs. Must have cell
phone and vehicle. Cell:
1850)206-1299
(1 lam-I1 pm)
Milton
Large Room, includes
utilities, washer/dryer,
share kitchen, near Kings
Middle School.
$80-$100 per week,
plus deposi 626-2786
or 982-3176




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S 6170




East Milton
Completely remodeled
1/BR, dead end drive,
covered patio, fenced
ard. Everything new
$450/mth. 623-1159


| 6170 || 6170
Milton
Jay/Milton/Pace 2/BR 2/BA, Total
Rentals 2 & 3 bed- Electric, d/w. East Gate
rooms. $400-$650 per Mobile Home Ranch.
month.Section 8/Hud ac- 626-8973
cepted. Call 994-5703
Milton
Fema MH 3/1, Fur-
Milton nished or. unfurnished.
2/BR 1/BA FDR on Av- East Gate Mobile-
alon Blvd. Total Electric, Home Ranch
626-8973 626-8973


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95-1717

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7100 Homes
7110- Beach Home/
Property
7120 Commercial
7130 Condo/Townhouse
7140 Farms & Ranches
7150 Lots and Acreage
7160 Mobile Homes
7170 Waterfront
7180 Investment
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7190 Out-of-Town
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Best Buy in Cedar
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roof '05. Lare 11x22
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623-5330


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and separate shower in
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terfront neighborhood.
$250K. Come see to be-
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Pace
Must Seel 5410 Jenny
Cir. 3/1.5 brick
w/garage. Complete ren-
ovaion, everything is
new. $119,000
850-983-6613 or
504-214-2559


Pace
Must sell this week
3/BR 2/BA Brick home,
on lush 1 acre. 1400+
S. Ft., 1 mile from
a-mart. Buy now
115 000.
As is firm. 686-3513 or
995-1428


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8140- Vans
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8160 Motorcycles
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8220 Personal Watercralt
8230 Sailboats
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d looks Great. Needs transmission. Blue Book $9000, sell
)bo or trade for Good condition. $600 $5000, stored inside at
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46' 3-axle, 21,000 Ibs.
dove tail, trailer. In excel-
lent condition. $5000.
723-3834


8130

2000 F250 Extended
Cab, automatic, V-10,
loaded. 78K, averae re-
tail $13,000 will sell for
$9,000 obo. 623-9553



2001 Ford Ranger Ex-
tended Cab, 2-new
heads complete, rebuilt
transmission. New filters,
sparkplugs, oil change in
3/08. Uses no oil no
leaks, runs good, body
good inside & out. Full
aody liner. Asking
$5000. 623-9359


8170
360 Dodge V-8 motor
& transmission, running
very well when taken out
of vehicle. $500 firm.
675-6421




18 1/2 Ft. Monarch
Bass Boat. 150 hp
Evenrude.
$2200. 623-9553

23 Well Craft
Open Fish
Toal rebuild, 251 Chevy
6-cycl Mercrusier O/D.
Tandem Axle Trailer,
asking$8,500. Ready to
fish. 623-8087

96 Cape Horn 19'
With a 200 Yamaha
Salt Water series motor.
New T-top and new
trailer. $12,500 obo
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850-675-1621


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compatable year to r
or buy parts off. Please
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foot enclosed utility/
cargo trailer for hauling
ATVs and such. Reasona-
ble priced. Call
864-5745. Please leave
message and price and
description if no answer.



'04 Holiday Rambler
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see: 11,000 miles, 4
slide outs, 7500
onawgen, fully loaded
sound system, auto dish,
very clean. 1 owner,
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