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Title: The Santa Rosa press gazette
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Creator: Santa Rosa press gazette
Publisher: Milton Newspapers, Inc.
Milton Newspapers
Place of Publication: Milton Fla
Publication Date: April 16, 2008
Copyright Date: 2009
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Fu,. r... :o locate here


0 BioDiesel plant set to


lease


land at old Sterling Fibers


By BILL GAMBLIN
bgamblin @srpressgazette.com
The Press Gazette
learned Friday, Santa Rosa
County could be producing
BioDiesel by the end of
2008.
Agri-Source Fuels, Inc.,
which was one of 12 entities
chosen this past January to


receive a grant to start pro-
ducing renewable energy, is
close to finishing a lease that
would bring its plant to
Santa Rosa County on prop-
erty belonging to Sterling
Fibers.
The facility, which
would be located at 5005
Sterling Way, is the one orig-


inally planned for Escambia
County, according to the
grant award given by Florida
Agriculture Commissioner
Charles Bronson's office
back on Jan. 22 of this year.
Agri-Source Fuels was
originally awarded $4-mil-
lion, in a commercial project
grant to construct a $21-mil-


lion BioDiesel plant in
Pensacola.
On March 20, Agri-
Source Fuels made a request
to Tom Steckler with the
Florida Department of
Agriculture and Consumer
Services to change the loca-
tion of its BioDiesel plant
planned for Northwest


Florida.
Reportedly the plant was
to be located in Marcus
Pointe in Escambia County,
however the people with
Agri-Source Fuels located
the former chemical plant in
Santa Rosa County on
Sterling Way.
A letter to Steckler from


Peggy Matthews, Vice-
President' with Agri-Source
Fuels, LLC, stated the bene-
fits of retrofitting the closed
plant exceeded the potential
of the Escambia County site.
The Santa Rosa County site
provides larger production
volumes in half the time,
See PLANT Page 4A


Area


teens die


in crash

By BILL GAMBLIN
bgamblin @srpressgazette.com
Two Jay residents died
in a two-car accident Friday
at the intersection of
Highway 4 and Jefferson
Avenue in Century.
Daniel A. Smith, 16,
and his sister Jessica L.
Smith, 20. both of Jay died
due to injuries sustained in
the crash that occurred
around 10:25 p.m. Friday.
A third Jay resident,
Jacob Castleberry, 17, was
listed as critical in the
Florida Highway Patrol
report and that he was trans-
ported to Sacred Heart
Hospital. He was in the
intensive care unit as of
press time Monday.
According to the report
filed by FHP Cpl. J.
Freeman, Michael Joe
Edwards, 17 'of Brewton,
Ala., was traveling north on
Jefferson Avenue toward
the intersection at Highway
4.
William H. Arnett, 43 of
Holt, was approaching the
intersection from the east
when Edwards failed to stop
at the intersection.
Upon impact both vehi-
cles skidded onto the north
See WRECK Page 7A

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RESULTS

Yes 56%

No 44%
Nearly 150 voted and
it appears a majority is in
favor of a temporary one-
cent sales tax to fund a
new judicial facility in the
county.
Now we would like to
find out what you will do
with the money you
receive from the govern-
ment as part of President
Bush's economic stimulus
package. Go to
www.srpressgazette.com
and vote today. Polls can
be found along the right
hand side of the home-
page.

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www.EmeraldCoast.co


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The IRS wants 'theirs'


With the April 15 tax deadline approaching many people like Robert and Linda Ashwell were trying to get their taxes done
at the last minute Monday by tax preparers like Debbie Taylor.
Press Gazette photo by Bill Gamblin


i a'


Meet Bud Turpin


N Five area leaders set to make


stage debut in local production


By RYAN ARVAY
rarvay@srpressgazette.com
Six notable Santa Rosa
County residents will be
making a guest-star perform-
ance .in the Panhandle
Community Theater's up-
coming production of Dearly
Departed, which will play
June 6,7,8 and 13,14,15 at
the Imogene Theater in
downtown Milton.
The play follows the
dysfunctional Turpin family
as they try to pull themselves
together following the death
of their patriarch Bud
Turpin, who dies from a
stroke in the play's first five
minutes.
Turpin will be played on
different nights by
Congressman, Jeff Miller;
Milton Mayor, Guy
Thompson; Commanding
Officer of NAS Whiting
Field, Enrique Sadsad; Santa
Rosa County
Superintendent, John
Rogers; Assistant
Superintendent, Tim
Wyrosdick; and President of
the Santa Rosa County
Chamber of Commerce,
Larry Strain.
7The Press Gazette


Dearly

Departed
The Imogene Theater
6866 Caroline Street, Milton
riday, June 6 @ 7:30 pn.
Saturday, June 7 Oa 7:30 p.m.
Sunday, June 8 @ 1:00 p.m.

Saturday, June 14t @ 7:30





share their feelings with us
about their turn in the spot-
light. Tim Wyrosdick was
added to the cast after the
completion of this article,,
thus his responses are not
included.
Press Gazette: Have you
ever acted before?
Miller: In college I was
in A Midsummer Night's
Dream, The Lottery, and The
Rocking Horse Winner.
Thompson: In high
school, a musical production
of Lil' Abner.


Sadsad: Yes, in a skit
about a fellow naval officer
leaving our squadron for
another tour of duty some-
where else. This took place
ten years ago and I remem-
ber being nervous, it was
obvious.
Rogers: Yes. A high
school Junior/Senior play-
Operatta.
Strain: Never on stage
before, however, I have been
able to convince people I
was interested and engaged
during an interminably long
and dull meeting; that's
almost Oscar worthy.
PG: What is the biggest
challenge you foresee in tak-
ing the role?
Thompson: I don't
know, because I know noth-
ing about the role.
Sadsad: My fear of not
performing to the level of the
other actors... I need to over-
come that experience from
10 years ago.
Rogers: I can't act, sing,
or dance, but I do have a lot
of courage.
Strain: The first is inex-
perience, I've never died
before. Second, I'm way too
See ACTORS Page 7A


A candy


comes in


question

By JENI SENTER
jsenter@srpressgazette.com
Can a lollipop encourage
a child to become a drug
addict? There is a candy on
the market causing parents to
double-check their kids' junk
food stash.
Chronic Candy produces
marijuana flavored snacks
that look like a normal lol-
lipop or candy bar, but taste
like pot. Chronic candy is
sold in 'nickel bags' and is
sold in smoke stores, some
community or convenient
stores, gas stations and over
the Internet nationwide.
Chronic candy contains
hemp oil, which is derived
from marijuana.
Manufactures say there is no
tetrohydrocannibinol (THC),
the illegal substance in mari-
juana, in the food products,
but their slogan is "Every
lick is like taking a hit."
Local schools may need.
to take a look at establishing
policies regarding the pos-
session of these products.
"I don't know if we
allow it [marijuana candy],
but I don't think there is a
policy against it per se," says
Administration Secretary at
Pace High Bridget Head.
Santa Rosa County
School Director of Student
See SUCKER Page 4A


Miss Junior Pace
Loren Stedham was crowned Miss Junior Pace Saturday
night at S.S. Dixon Intermediate School in the first Little
Miss Pace Pageant in over 20 years. Overall there were
60 girls vying for four crowns. All the winners and more
photos can be found on-line at www.srpressgazette.com.
Press Gazette photo by Bill Gamblin










C)hituiaries


SPEAK



OUT


7~4

A


Dixon, David
Michael
1976-2008
David Michael Dixon,
age 31, passed away
Monday, April 7, 2008. He
was a native and lifelong
resident of Santa Rosa
County.
David was a former
employee of Ramada Inn on
Pine Forrest Road and most
recently worked at J.C.
Penney, until his health led
him to full disability.
David is survived by his
parents-David and
Rebecca Dixon, of the
Whitfield Community; sis-
ter-Hannah Dixon, of
Whitfield Community; two


brothers--Joshua (Alena)
Dixon, of Montgomery, AL
and Jonathan Dixon, of
Whitfield Community; his
very loving maternal grand-
mother-Ola Robinson, of
Milton, FL; special uncle
and aunt- Roy and Ora Dell
Parker; and other loving
aunts, uncles, cousins and
friends.
Funeral services for
David were 3:00 p.m.,
Friday, April 11, 2008 at
Lewis Funeral Home,
Milton Chapel with Rev.
Nathaniel Roach and Rev.
Sammy Thomley, officiat-
ing. Burial followed in
Whitfield Assembly of God
Church Cemetery with
Lewis Funeral Home direct-
ing. Visitation was 6:00-


8:00 p.m., Thursday, April
10, 2008 at Lewis Funeral
Home, Milton Chapel.
Pallbearers were Billy
Cox, Seth Dunn, Eddie
Nelson, Bo Parker, Tony
Parker, Mike Lumpkin.
Honorary pallbearers
were Jonathan Dixon,
Joshua Dixon, Hannah
Dixon, and Alena Dixon.
"David will always be in
our hearts and all who knew
him, knew he loved life."
Let the family know you
care. Sign the guest book
under news/obituaries at
www.srpressgazette.com

Simmons, Norean
Mrs. Norean Simmons,
age 90, of Chumuckla,
passed away Sunday April


13, 2008. Mrs. Simmons
was born in Dale County,
Alabama and had resided in
Chumuckla for the past 68
years.
Mrs. Simmons was a
member of the Chumuckla
United Methodist Church.
Mrs. Simmons is pre-
ceded in death by her par-
ents-Martiri and Bessie
Jones; her husband of 55
years-M.A. Simmons; a
daughter and son in law-
Ruthie and Gerald
Bostwick, and a son-
Charles Simmons.
Mrs. Simmons is sur-
vived by a son-Ray (Jane)
Simmons of Chumuckla;
three daughters, Shirley
(Billy) Hopkins of
Chumuckla, Betty (Doug)


Horton of Wallace, and
Eddnie (Jack) Walther of
Coldwater; eleven grand-
children, twenty great
grandchildren, and three
great great grandchildren.
Funeral Services will be
at 11:00 a.m. on Wednesday,
April 16, 2008, at the
Chumuckla United
Methodist Church with Rev.
Clive Knight officiating.
Burial will follow in the
Elizabeth Chapel Methodist
Church Cemetery with
Lewis Funeral Home direct-
ing.
The family received
friends from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m.
on Tuesday, April 15, 2008,
at the Lewis Funeral Home,
Pace Chapel, on West
Spencerfield Road.


Sunday, 10:10 a.m.
Yes, this is Dudley. This is
a word of caution for those of
you who use a debit card for
the purchase of gas at a very
prominate location on
Highway 90. A few months
ago they double charged me
$39.50 for a fill up. When con-
tacted by my bank and the
Better Business Bureau, they
have completely ignored them
and even refused to offer an
explanation. Because of this
arrogance I considered small
claims court, but they would
fill the courthouse with
lawyers so it wouldn't be
worth the hassle.

Sunday, 9:42 a.m.
Yes, this is Bill. I would
just like to say my hat goes off
to Commissioner Bob Cole for
the vision and the integrity to
have the county courthouse
accept the donated land in East
* Milton. As a taxpayer of Santa
Rosa County he has my full
support. He is looking out for
the interest of taxpayers in
Santa Rosa and keeping the
cost down. Excellent job and
thank you.

Saturday, 2:08 p.m.'
Yes, this is Helen from
Chumuckla with a word on
Erin Markes. I think the moth-
er should be released of any
wrongdoing and not have to
go to court or anywhere, but to
think about her child. Thank
you.

Thursday, 12:54 p.m.
Hello, this is Miriam.
Recently I bought a new reel. I
noticed the Warren product
contained a chemical known
to cause cancer, birth defects,
ect. The notice on my new
fishing pole had the same
thing. Both were made in
China. There has been a ban
on toys from China. Perhaps
fishing gear and other things
should be banned also. Thank
you.

Tuesday, 7:55 a.m.
Yes, this is Neep. A young
man yesterday picked me up
on my way back from Winn
Dixie as I had picked up a lit-
tle bit more than I should have
and was having trouble carry-
ing it. I could not make it. I
didn't get his name. There was
something written on the side
of his truck, but I can't
remember what it said. I want
to thank him with all my heart
because the last few hundred
yards of that walk were
incredibly difficult. I. did
appreciate it and thank you
from the bottom of my heart.
You were a gift from God.

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


Public safety telecommunicators recognized


The Santa Rosa County
Board of Commissioners
declared April 13-19,
National Public Safety
Telecommunicators Week in
honor of our local men and
women who are dedicated to
responding to 9-1-1 calls and
ensuring the proper life-sav-
ing services are dispatched
quickly and correctly to our
residents. Last year alone,
Santa Rosa County dispatch-
ers answered over 55,000
calls for fire, law enforce-
ment, medical, search and
rescue, and after-hours ani-
mal control services.
9-1-1 in Santa Rosa
County
Santa Rosa County
Emergency Communications
utilizes Enhanced 911, an
enhanced version of a typical
caller id system. The differ-


ence between Enhanced 911
and regular caller id is the
amount of information pro-
vided to dispatchers when 9-
1-1 is called. Enhanced 911
displays the caller's name,
phone number, street address,
Apartment or space numbers,
the type of phone, additional
phone numbers at that loca-
tion, and a recommendation
for police, fire, or paramedic
response. It also keeps num-
bers from being blocked,
even if they are unlisted,
allowing the dispatcher to
quickly confirm the location
where help is needed.
The Federal
Communications
Commission implemented
Phase I and II of the
Enhanced 911 program to
ensure 9-1-1 dispatchers
receive information neces-.


sary to service calls made
from wireless phones.
Phase 1 required wireless
carriers to provide, upon
request, the phone number
and antenna location of the
call received into the local
Public Safety Answering
Point, providing dispatchers
with a rough area of where a
caller is located.
Phase 11 requires wireless
providers to supply more pre-
cise information including
the location of the caller or
handset by either using cell
towers or a global positioning
system in the phone itself.
How a call is located depends
on the service provider and
the type of phone. Phase II
allows a dispatcher to pin-
point a location on a map
within 30-300 feet in most
cases. All cellular service


providers in Santa Rosa
County, are at a minimum
Phase I compliant and are
completing testing or work-
ing toward becoming Phase
II compliant.
When calling from a
landline or cell phone, here
are some helpful hints for
calling 9-1-1:
-You will need to know
the address or location of the
emergency and be prepared
to give driving directions if
asked.
-You will need to know
the phone number from
which you are calling.
-Be prepared to tell the
dispatcher the nature of the
emergency and what has hap-
pened.
-The dispatcher will ask
you several questions regard-
ing patient condition or scene


safety concerns. The answers
are vital in order to prepare
responders for the situation
before they arrive at the
scene, as well as assuring that
the correct resources are uti-
lized.
--Remember, patient
care is not being delayed by
dispatcher questions.
Responders are sent as soon
as the appropriate informa-
tion is gathered and the dis-
patcher.will continue to ask
questions and provide direc-
tions for patient care until
responders arrive.
-Stay on the line until
the dispatcher tells you it is
ok to hang-up the phone.
-Always call back if
something has changed
before the responders arrive.
-Remember to stay
calm and keep a clear head.


It is National Library
Week, a time to celebrate the
contributions of libraries,
librarians and library work-
ers in libraries nationwide
and the perfect time to dis-
cover how you can join the
Circle of Knowledge @ Your
Library.
"Everyday, libraries
across America help trans-
form their communities,"
says Linda Hendrix, County


Library Director. "At our
libraries, people of all back-
grounds can come together
for community meetings, to
do research with assistance.
of a trained library employee,
to prepare and look for a job,
to find homework help, to
find a great new novel or
popular self-help book, to
use library public and
Internet services to be con-
nected across the world, and
to find resources in every
walk of life to fulfill personal
goals."
Since its launch as an
independent library system
October 2006, the library
system; has seen significant
increases in traffic, check-
outs, and public computer
use in its 18 months. Hendrix
says, "Santa Rosa citizens
and visitors seem impressed
with the level of services we


provide and are highly
complimentary about the
friendly atmospheres at the
libraries and the helpfulness
of library employees who
assist hundreds of library
customers each day with
individual service needs."
To celebrate National
Library Week, the Santa
Rosa County Library System
launches its library volunteer
program that provides citi-
zens opportunities to share
their time and talents by
assisting and contributing to
library services. Volunteer
jobs are many and varied and
interested citizens can begin
the process by visiting their
local library and picking up
the "How to Become a
Library Volunteer" brochure
to learn how to support the
library in the most effective
way.


Panhandle Butterfly House

opens tomorrow in Navarre


The Panhandle Butterfly
House will re-open for its
llth season on April 17,
2008.
Located in Navarre Park
on Highway 98, the
Panhandle Butterfly House
is an integral part of the
Navarre Nature Walk. It will
be open to the public on
Thursday, Friday and
Saturday from 10 a.m. to 3
p.m. and on Sundays from
noon to 4 p.m.


Special tours for groups
of 10 or more are available
Monday through
Wednesday. Request a tour
by visiting our website at
www.panhandlebutterfly-
house.org.
This seasonal exhibit
offers the opportunity to
observe several native
species of butterflies in all
stages of their life cycles in
addition to viewing their
host and nectar plants.


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Wednesdays and Saturdays for $34


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Freedom Newspapers, Inc. Periodicals
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Sheriff's Report


Santa Rosa County
ShIeriffs Report from Ma/rch
18, 2008 to March 23, 2008
Hagcn. Kyle David;
Male; 31; 571 Filly Ct,
Cantonment; Probation
Violation-Felony. 3/18/08
Paniley, Contessa Lynn;
Female; 25; 5453 Buena
Vista, Milton; Probation
Violation-Felony. 3/1 8/08
RuiLz Sean Franklin;
Male; 22 :2125 Janet St.,
Navarre: Probation
Violation-Felony. 3/18/008
Moon. Vicki Lynn;
Female; 40; 1661 Amarilla
Trail, Gulf Breeze; DUI,
Drive While Lic Susp
Habitual Offender. 33/18/08
Errickson, Joseph
Robert; Male; 19;. 3892
Legend Creek Drive, Pace;
Burgl -Unoccupied
Conveyance Unarmed (4
cts.), Larc-Petit 1st Offense
(3 cts.), Larc Over $300
Under $5,000. 3/18/08
Anthony. Roger Lewis;
Male; 30; 1819 El Paso, TX;
Probation Violation-Felony.
3/19/08
Atha, Stephen Michael;
Male; 18; 2725 Galleon Dr.
Navarre: Veh Theft-Grand
3rd Degree. 3/19/08
Borders, Justin Tyler;
Male; 16; 6543 Lark Ave,
Milton; Alter Identification
on Weapon Remove Serial
Number from Firearm (14
cts.), Damage Prop-Crim
Misch Over $200 Under
$1,000 Subseq Offense,
Burgl Dwelling Structure or
Conveyance Armed, Larc-
Grand of Firearm (17 cts.),
Dealing in Stolen Property,
Damage Prop-Crim Misch
Over $200 Under $1,000
Subseq Offense, Burgl
Structure Conveyance
Unarmed W/Person Inside.
3/19/08
Boyette. Waylon Gene;
Male; 26; 3859 Jarrett St,
Pace; Probation Violation-
Felony. 3/18/08
Conlon, Troy Wallace;
Male; 43; 1279 Redwood
Ln, Gulf Breeze; Aggrav
Battery-Cause Bodily Harm
or Disability. 3/19/08
Cunningham, James C;
Male; 45; 5626 Sunray St,
Milton; Battery on Officer
Firefighter EMT Etc,
Damage Prop-Crim Misch
$200 and Under (2 cts.),
Resist Officer-Obstruct
W/O Violence, Possess
Cocaine, Narcotic Equip-
Possess And Or Use (3 cts.),
Narcotic Equip-Possess Use
Poss Mfgr Paraphernalia to
Transport Drugs, Municipal
Ordinance Viol. 3/19/08
Estes, Kyle Michael;
Male; 18; 6723 Valerie Ln,
Navarre; Probation
Violation-Felony. 3/18/08
Faircloth, William
Amos; Male; 19; 6091
Carroll Rd, Milton; Aggrav
Asslt W/Deadly Weapon
W/O Intent to Kill, Kidnap-
Commit or Facilitate
Commission of Felony.
3/19/08
Malston, Erica Mae;
Female; 33; 6420
Ashborough Ct, Milton;
Larc-Theft is $300 or More
But Less Than $5,000,
Fraud-Imperson
Use/Possess ID of Another
Person W/O Consent (2
cts.), Fraud-Illeg Use Credit
Cards Use More 2 Times 6
mos Obt Gds Money $100
More (4 cts.), Forgery of
Alter Public Records
Certificate Etc (2 cts.)


3/19/08
Morency, Stephen
Douglas; Male; 17; 6449
Bruce Ln, Milton; Damage
Prop-Crim Misch Over
$200 Under $1,000 Subseq
Off (2 cts.), Burgl -
Dwelling Structure or
Conveyance Armed, Larc-
Grand of Firearm (17 cts.),
Burgl of. Unoccupied
Dwelling Unarmed No
Asslt/Batt. 3/19/08
Nota, Maxine Maria;
Female; 23; 5067
Crestwood Dr., Pensacola;
Probation Violation-Felony.
3/19/08
Simmons. Jr., Jerome
NMN; Male; 18; 7959 S.
Airport Rd., Milton; Aggrav
Asslt W/Deadly Weapon
W/O Intent to Kill, Kidnap
Commit or Facilitate
Commission of Felony.
3/19/08
Williams, Theresa
Lynne; Female; 47; 8548
Sweetwater Lane, Pace;
Probation Violation-Felony.
3/19/08
Shoemaker, Christian
Peter; Male; 18; 8977 Eagle
Nest Dr, Navarre; Damage
Prop-Crim Misch Over
$200 Under $1,000.,
Burglary Unoccupied
Structure Unarmed. 3/19/08
Wyatt, Ross Eric; Male;
17; 5603 Champions Drive,
Pace; Battery On Person 65
Years of Age or Older
(domestic violence).
3/19/08
Cox, Deidre Michele;
Female; 39; 1900 Diplomat
St, Gulf Breeze; DUI.
3/19/08
Adams, Albert
Anthony; Male; 42; 6286
Munson Hwy., Milton;
Aggrav Battery-Cause
Bodily Harm or Disability
(domestic violence).
3/22/08
Bembo, Curtis Wayne;
Male; 49; 4062 Woodville
Rd., Milton; Public Order
Crimes Criminal Attempt
Solicit Conspire Life
Felony, Aggrav Battery On
Person 65 years of Age or
Older, Sex Asslt With
Weapon Sex Battery Victim
12 YOA Older, Burgl With
Assault or Battery. 3/20/08
Broadwater. Jr.. Wayne
Randall; Male; 35; 1910
Vizcaya Drive, Navarre;
Battery-Touch or Strike
(domestic violence),
Obstructing Justice-
Intimidate Threaten Etc Vict
Witness Informant (domes-
tic violence). 3/21/08
Edwards, Christine
Marie; Female; 45; 5005
Powell Road, Camilla, GA;
Drugs-Traffic 4 Grams Less
30 KG Other Control
Substance (2 cts.). 3/21/08 '
Goldsmith, Antoine
Lamar; Male; 31; 4865
Webb Circle, Milton;
Failure to Appear for
Felony Offepse, Resist
Officer Interfere W/LEO
Without Violence, Drugs-
Possess Cntrl Sub W/O
Prescription. 3/20/08
Cook, Krystal Lynn;
Female; 23; 4222 Baycedar
Lane, Pace; Probation
Violation-Felony. 3/21/08
Holley, Samuel Jacob;
Male; 28; 9871 Barnhill Rd,
Milton; Aggrav Battery-
Offender Knew/Should
Have Known Vict Pregnant
(domestic violence).
3/23/08
Keyser, Kimberly Ann;
Female; 24; 4872 Keyser


Lane, Pace; Probation-
Violation. 3/20/08
Lee, Karen Martha;
Female; 42; 2506 Kubota
Ln, Navarre; Probation
Violation-Felony. 3/21/08
Murchison, Lorien
Meghann; Female; 19; 315
Ridgefield Drive,
Wetumpka, AL; Fugitive
From Justice. 3/22/08
Newcome, Richard
Karl; Male; 43; 3123
Woods Way, Gulf Breeze;
3/21/08
Shultz, Jason Edward;
Male; 25; 6478 Willow Tree
Court, Milton; Aggrav Asslt
W/Deadly Weapon W/O
Intent to Kill (domestic vio-
lence), Damage Prop Crim
Misch $200 and Under.
3/23/08
Williams, Bernard
Clarence; Male; 45; 904
Rock Creek Ave.,
Pensacola; Drive While Lic
Susp Habitual Offender,
Operate Motor Vehicle W/O
Valid License. 3/23/08
Whay, Damen Michael;
Male; 18; 267 Country Club
Road, Shalimar; Veh Theft -
Grand 3rd Degree. 3/20/08
Harvell, Jeffrey Duane;
Male; 42; 57 DeLuna Dr,
Pensacola; Insurance Fraud.
NDG
Boykins. Johnathan
Xavier Omar; Male; 20;
5717 Cherry St, Milton;
Forgery, Fraud. NDG
Nabors, Christopher
James; 20; 4348 Lakeview
Dr., Crestview; Probation
Violation-Felony. NDG
Atha Stephen Michael;
Male; 18; 2725 Galleon Dr.,
Navarre; Burgl Dwelling
Structure Conveyance
Armed (3 cts.), Larc-Over
$300 Under $5,000 (4 cts.),
Larc Grand of Firearm (3
cts.), Burgl Unoccupied
Conveyance Unarmed (2
cts.), Larc Petit 1st Degree
Property Over $100 Under
$300. NDG
Araujo, Aaron Shane;
Male; 24; 4344 Langley
Ave, Pensacola; Drive
While Lic Susp Habitual
Offender. 3/21/08
Biss, Davide Michael;
Male; 16; 4686 Autumndale
Drive, Milton: Burgl
Unoccupied Conveyance
Unarmed, Loitering or
Prowling. 3/21/08
Blair, Chase Logan;
Male; 16; 4850 Broadleaf,
Milton; Burgl Unoccupied
Conveyance Unarmed,
Loitering or Prowling.
3/21/08
'Campbell, Michael
Patrick; Male; 14; 4735
Autumndalle Dr., Pace;
Burgl Unoccupied
Conveyance Unarmed,
Loitering or Prowling.
3/21/08
Etheridge, Jason
Lawson; Male; 37; 1237
Chisom Trail,* Pensacola;
Drive While Lic Susp
Habitual Offender. 3/22/08
Fuqua, Russell Gage;
Male; 16; 4747 Autumndale
Dr., Milton; Burgl
Unoccupied Conveyance
Unarmed, Loitering or
Prowling. 3/21/08
Grimes, Dustin King;
Male; 16; 5732 Charlene
Drive, Milton; Burgl
Unoccupied Conveyance
Unarmed, Loitering or
Prowling. 3/21/08
Harvell, Jeffrey Duane;
Male; 42; 57 De Luna
Drive, Pensacola; Failure to
Appear For Felony Offense,


Larc-Theft is $300 or More
But Less Than $5,000.
3/20/08,
Holloway, Linda
Darlene; Female; 49; 8010
Blackwater Dr, Milton;
Drive While License Susp
3rd or Subseq Ol'ense.
3/21/08
.Qluhls, Damichael
Tyrell; Male; 17; 5125 West
Spencerfield Rd, Pace;
Battery-Cause Bodily
Harm, Larc Petit 1st Off,
Robbery-No Firearm or
Weapon, Battery on Officer
Firefighter EMT Etc, Resist
Officer With Violence.
3/21/08
Jones, Devin Luke;
Male; 16; 4200 W. Avenida
De Golf; Milton; Burgl of
Unoccupied Conveyance
Unarmed, Loitering or
Prowling. 3/21/08
Jones, Roosevelt
Antwan; Male; 35; 6491
Skyline Dr, Milton; Drive
While Lic Susp Habitual
Offender. 3/22/08
McCarty, Justin Kyle;
Male; 18; 4400 Molino Rd,
Molino; Burgl of Structure
Conveyance Unarmed W/O
Person Inside (2 cts.), Larc-
Theft is $300 or More. But
Less Than $5,000 (2 cts.),
Damage Prop-Crim Misch
$200 and Under, Larc-1st
Degree Property $100 to
Under $300, Larc-Grand
Theft $10,000 or More but
Less Than $20,000. 3/20/08
Meer, Ronald Paul;
Male; 53; 305 Evergreen
Dr., Mary Esther; Hit & Run
Fail to Stop Remain at
Crash Involve Injury.
3/21/08
Reeves, Catherine
Lynn; Female; 35; 4814
Royal Pines Dr., Pace; Larc-
Petit Third or Subseq
Offense. 3/20/08
Robertson. Victoria
Rebecca; Female; 36; 147
State Ln, Atmore; Possess
Cocaine, i Drugs-Possess
Cntrl Sub W/O
Prescription, Narcotic
Equip Possess And Or Use.
3/21/08
Shoemaker. Christian
Peter; Male; 18; 6977 Eagle
Nest Dr. Navarre; Burgl of
Unoccupied Conveyance
Unarmed (2 cts.), Larc-
Theft is $300 or more But
Less Than $50,000. Burgl
of Dwelling Structure or
Conveyance Armed (3 cts.),
Theft is $300 or More But
Less Than $5.000 (3 cts.).
Larc-Grand of Firearm (3
cts.), Petit 1st Degree
Property $100 to Under
$300. 3/20/08
Sifuentes, Ryan Keith;
Male; 17; 4767 Pecanwood
PL, Pace; Kidnap Minor
Interfere With Custody, Sex
Offense-Victim 12 YOA Up
to 15 YOA. 3/20/08
Stelly. Donald Wayne;
Male; 18; 4038 Kentwood
St, Pace; Aggrav Asslt
W/Deadly Weapon W/O
Intent to Kill, Resist
Officer-Obstruct W/O
Violence, Narcotic Equip-
Possess And Or Use.
3/21/08
Walker, Debbie Denise;
Female; 29; 6661 Brock
Ave, Milton; Cruelty
Toward Child Infliction of
Physical or Mental Injury.
3/21/08
Smith, Eugene; Male;
33; Address Unknown;
Grand Theft Auto, Escape,
Aggrav Battery on LEO.
3/21/08


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Bracey honored by HMA


Terry Bracey, Director
of Pharmacy at Santa Rosa
Medical Center received the
HMA Pharmacy Clinical
Excellence Award for 2007
on behalf of the pharmacy
department at a recent HMA
Corporate Pharmacy meet-
ing in Orlando, Florida.
The criteria for this award is
as follows:
Delivery of the high-
est quality pharmaceutical
care
Minimal use of non-
contracted pharmaceuticals
Maintained high
pathogen sensitivities by
limiting over use of broad-
spectrum antimicrobials
Minimized iatrogenic
supra-infections by limiting
overuse of broad-spectrum
antimicrobials
Optimized anticoagu-
lation while minimizing
major bleeding events in the
hospitalized patients


Maintained pharma-
coeconomic expenditures at
levels comparable to prior
years
Bracey said that this
award was received due to
cooperative efforts between
the pharmacy department,
the medical staff and all of
the hospital departments.
By working together major
goals have been achieved
while providing the highest
level of quality care for our
patients at Santa Rosa
Medical Center. "I have
worked at four hospitals
over the past eighteen years
in pharmacy practice and
with out a doubt, Santa Rosa
Medical Center as been the
best hospital".
Bracey would like to
recognize and say thank-
you to the pharmacy staff:
Carol Cobb, Certified
Pharmacy Technician,
Marcella Francis, Pharmacy


Technician, Pualani
Manning, Pharmacy
Technician, Samantha Scott,
Pharmacy Technician,
Roger Matthews,
Registered Pharmacist, Jim
Parker, PharmD and Bill
Reid, Registered
Pharmacist. "Their daily
efforts, hard work, clinical
training, and close commu-
nication with the medical
staff has lead to the highest
quality of pharmacy servic-
es provided at Santa Rosa
Medical Center. The phar-
macy department and the
medical staff work closely
together to maintain low
bacterial resistance to
antibiotics, minimize major
bleeding while optimizing
anticoagulation, and main-
tain pharmaceutical expen-
ditures comparable to prior
years in an environment of
continually rising pharma-
ceutical cost" stated Bracey.


COLLECTOR'S CORNER by ROBERT G. MCCLURE


As your Santa Rosa County Tax Collector; I would like to take this oppor-
tunity to make sure that everyone is aware that all unpaid 2007 Santa Rosa
County taxes were delinquent as of April 1, 2008.
All parcels for which payments have not been
received in our office by 4:30 on Wednesday, April
30th will be advertised per Florida Statutes. All
parcels for which payments are not received in
our office by 4:30 on Thursday, May 29th will
have a certificate sold against them on May 30th.
Further information regarding our on-line tax
certificate sale will be published in early May and
will be available via our web-site www.robertinc-
clure.com. Please also be aware that all forms of
payment will be accepted for 2007 delinquent
taxes through 4:30 on Thursday, May 29th. All
payments received after 4:30 on Thursday, May 29th for 2007 taxes must
be in the form of cash, cashier's check, money ordei; or credit card. A con-
venience fee applies to all credit card transactions. Also, please be aware
that since taxes are now delinquent, the date payments are received in our
office determines the amount due. Please be sure to visit our web-site
www.robertmcclure.com for payments and information.

Thank you for allowing me and my staff to serve you.



Robert G. McClure, CFC


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Local
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Plant


Continled Fronm PiageS One
expedites hiring, and uses
existing infrastructure.
She went on in the letter
to say they can be in produc-
tion within six to eight
months from the approval
date.
On April 1, Mike
Gresham, Director of
Administration Department
of Agriculture and
Consumer Services signed
the amendment of the con-
tract awarded to Agri-
Source Fuels, LLC, which
was also signed by
Matthews on April 7.
Now Agri-Source Fuels,
LLC, is working on com-
pleting the lease deal, which
could come at any time.
Until things are official
those involved in this proj-
ect are not commenting.
In 2007. Agri-Source
retrofitted a close orange
juice processing plant in
Dade City, Fla., which is
currently producing over 20
million gallons of BioDiesel
a year.
Phase one of Agri-


Source Fuels plan called for
20-million gallons of
BioDiesel to be produced
each year, but with the
amended contract they are
looking to raise that number
to 30-million gallons a year
in Phase one.
In the request to amend
the contract Agri-Source
noted the Santa Rosa
County option is the fastest
way to achieve greater pro-
duction volume, create new
jobs, reduce green house
gasses, and advance the
replacement of foreign oil
with alternative fuels in
Florida.
This would also put
back into production a plant
that would ensure ongoing
and productive use of exist-
ing infrastructure in Santa
Rosa County.
The $4-million grant
was part of'the $25-million
in renewable energy grants
funded by the Florida
Legislature in the spring of
2007. These grants are part
of Bronson's "Farm to Fuel"
initiative, a program


designed to get Florida's
agriculture industry to pro-
duce 25 percent of the
state's energy needs by the
year 2025 in an effort to
reduce Florida's dependen-
cy on foreign oil and to keep
land in agriculture.
Santa Rosa County
Commissioner Bob Cole,
who has championed
BioDiesel for the last five
years, was out of town today
and unavailable, for com-
ment on the matter.
Reportedly Cole,
Representative Greg Evers,
as well as TEAM Santa Rosa
Economic Development
Council wrote letters to sup-
port this contract amendment
between the Florida
Department of Agriculture
and Consumer Services and
Agri-Source Fuels, LLC.
Phase 11 of Agri-Source
Fuels, LLC calls for produc-
tion of up to 60-million gal-
lons of BioDiesel a year
from the Santa Rosa County
facility once the lease agree-
ment is signed and the plant
starts production.


Clean



U

Casey Nelson (left) and
Pete Marbauch work to
help clean up the historic
Milton Cemetery this past
Saturday on one of the
many clean-up days to help
with the care of the ceme-
tery.
Press Gazette photo
by Bill Gamblin



Sucker


Continued From Page One
Services Rod Gracey con-
firms there isn't a specific
policy addressing these prod-
udts,
"As far as we know, we
haven't had an occurrence of
these products being on a
school campus, but we may
have to address it in the
future with a policy, possibly
before it becomes a prob-
lem."
Nancy Padgett, Director
of Middle Schools in Santa
Rosa says having marijuana
candy on school property
"would probably fall under
the code of conduct, but
there is no active policy."
Pot candy is difficult to
find at Santa Rosa retailers,
but the candy is available to
any one who has access to a
computer. The products can
be ordered online by anyone;
there is no age restriction.
While the web site that
offers this candy states that it
contains no THC, the site is
full of marijuana plant sym-
bols and markets other cloth-
ing and items that promi-
nently feature the marijuana
symbol.
Included in their inven-
tory are T-shirts that have
"decriminalize" boldly print-
ed on them, others have the
Chronic Candy logo with a
background that displays a
marijuana plant.
The company also sells a


pot flavored breakfast cereal,
a 'chronic' flavored energy
drink, and an iced tea fla-
vored with marijuana.
Chronic candy comes in
a variety of flavors with
names such as Chronic, The
Buzz, Purple Erkle,
Strawberry Cough and White
Widow and clearly seeks to
establish a connection
between marijuana and the
candy. The Chronic Candy
logo states, "Relax it's only
candy".
"The names of these
[candy flavors] are clearly
borrowed from names drug
dealers and drug users have
adopted for describing vari-
ous types of marijuana," said
one Santa Rosa County
Deputy.
The United States Army
faced with numerous ques-
tions about the product
banned the use of Chronic
Candy by soldiers.
These products have
been outlawed in Chicago,
IL, Rockmart, GA and
Suffolk County, NY. In addi-
tion, state level elected offi-
cials in Michigan, New
Jersey, Texas and
Connecticut are proposing
statewide bans.
On April 1, the Georgia
Senate voted 42-3 to pass a
measure targeting businesses
that sell the candies with
drug-inspired names such as
"Kronic Kandy" and "Pot


Suckers."
Douglasville, GA,
Greensboro, NC and New
York City have introduced
resolutions condemning the
sale and marketing of the
candy.
According to a senior
spokesperson for the White
House Office of National
Drug Control Policy in
Washington, D.C., "This is a
loathsome idea. The product
promotes drug use among
youngsters."
George Crawford is the
spokesperson for Coalition
Against Chronic Candy and
he says,
"Chronic Candy (and
other marijuana flavored
products) is a threat to youth
because it gives the false
impression that marijuana is
fun and safe."
The group was founded
to inform people of the dan-
ger posed by these products.
The organization is contact-
ing retailers nationwide and
requesting they stop market-
ing these products.
Crawford feels these
types of products easily
influence children,
"Products such as
Chronic Candy and other
marijuana-flavored products
packaged as lollipops can
fall into the hands of unsus-
pecting youth and can serve
as a gateway product for
future marijuana use."


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Skipper's BBQ from Ozark, Alabama competed in Saturday's Charity BBQ Cook-off at St.
Rose of Lima. Over ten teams from Florida and Alabama competed in the competition.
Northwest Florida Blood Bank was on hand for those who wanted to donate blood.

Press Gazette photo by Jeni Senter


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Pea Ridge Pow Wow


(Top left) Whiting Field Pilots shared a helicopter at Pea Ridge Elementary School. Parents and
students were invited to hop in and check out the inside as the school hosted its annual Pow
Wow on Saturday. (Right) A Pace High student gives a Pea Ridge Elementary student a fishing
pole to use to fish for prizes. (Above) Reaching the bottom of the large inflatable slide at
Saturday's Pow Wow appeared to be exciting to this toddler.
Press Gazette photos by Jeni Senter


Annette Kietur, RN, is a nurse in Santa Rosa Medical Center's Wound
Care Center where a multidisciplinary team uses oxygen therapy
and other treatments to heal chronic wounds, and as they do, they
change lives.


When Annette first met Mary, Mary had one, of the worst wounds
imaginable, and if the Wound Care team could not stop the infection,
her foot would have to be amputated. Annette explained to Mary tha
everyone at the Center was going to do their level best to save her foot a
that she had to trust them. While there were no guarantees, she told Ma
that there was hope and that they were there for her.



If you have a nurse you'll always remember, please write to.
Santa Rosa Medical Center, 6002 Berryhill Road, Milton, F
call 626.5113.


\Ten months after her treatments began, Mary walked into the Center on
\ her own two feet and gave Annette a tremendous hug. For Annette the
,, hug meant the world to her, but what meant even more was that Mary
could stand and walk again. Mary will always remember the team who
saved her foot and gave her life back. Annette will always remember
Mary's courage and the importance of having hope.
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try

SSANTA ROSA

o. elA. MEDICAL CENTER


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Bill Gamb/in, Editor


6A Wednesday, April 16, 2008 The Santa Rosa Press Gazette Milton, Florida

OUR VIEW



Where is out


of bounds?

Have you ever heard someone or something is "an
accident waiting to happen?"
Santa Rosa has one such thing and it very well could
be an accident like one never seen before.
Here at the Press Gazette, we talk about accidents.
We've photographed more than a few, but we dare not
imagine what could happen at the intersection of
Highway 90 and Chumuckla Highway.
Will the big one occur in the middle of the intersec-
tion?
It could.
But what seems to be an even greater threat is the
westbound side of Highway 90.
Someone blessed the highway department with
enough room and asphalt to make this particular part of
the road quite wide.
It is so wide, in fact, that there is an imaginary third
lane in use.
People go barreling down this unmarked turn lane all
the time.
Our biggest fear is that while someone is blasting
through this unmarked turn lane, someone else will be
turning and find themselves spinning around a couple of
times or, worse yet, get "T-boned."
It hasn't happened yet; still, we worry.
In talking to those who frequently travel Highway
90, this "bonus lane" is actually an unmarked bicycle
lane.
That's an even more fearful concept.
Can you just imagine a wreck in which one car ends
up with a Schwinn (or some other brand of bike) as
their hood ornament prior to impact?
This definitely doesn't paint a very pretty picture.
Santa Rosa County and the City of Milton have
recently cracked down on the road rage issue with their
unmarked cars.
Even Sheriff Wendell Hall got into the act a while
back and pulled someone over for driving in an unsafe
fashion.
But the question must be: who is responsible for this
particular intersection?
Is it the State of Florida or Santa Rosa County?
We know what will happen as soon as someone takes
heed to this column.
The phone here at the office will ring and someone
will complain about getting a ticket for executing this
driving maneuver.
Well, we will take you call and complaint.
It's a lot better to hear someone who is alive with a
complaint than having to go out and cover an incident
where someone has died.
This one column will not eliminate all the fender
benders and small traffic mishaps which occur along
Highways 90, 87, 89, or any of the paved or unpaved
roads in Santa Rosa County.
That is not the purpose of this comment.
What we are trying to do is ensure a big calamity
doesn't occur at this one intersection because the lanes
are not marked properly.
It is easy to think "if there is pavement, it must be
part of the road," but this one stretch could be the road to
someone's ruin.
To law enforcement, we ask they pay special atten-
tion to this intersection. To the driving public: slow
down, be careful and stay within the marked lanes,
please.


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A GUEST VIEWPOINT


Investors favored over workers


By Gerald E. Scorse
Over the last decade, nobody
has gotten more love from
Washington than investors. It's
time to stop and ask if that love
is misplaced.
Investor-love settled in on
the Potomac in 1997, when
President Clinton cut the tax on
long-tenn capital gains to 20
percent from 28 percent. In
2003, President Bush kept the
love coming from the GOP side.
He took another S percentage
paints off the capital-gains rate
and slashed the levy on corpo-
rate dividends as well.
All this Love has worked
splendidly for the loved. The tax
on long-term gains and qualified
dividends has been driven down
to 15 percent. That's a 70-year
low, and its loss than the rate on
the wages of average
Americans. As the multi-billion-
aire Warren Buffett abashedly
confessed the secretaries in his
office now pay taxes at a higher
rate than he does.
Buffett was quickly called
out for coming up short on
investor-love. Maria Bartiromo,
an anchor on the business chan-
nel CNBC, labeled his remark
"misleading
Misleading? Hardly, com-
pared with the claim that buyers
of stocks drive the U.S. econo-
my by growing jobs and new
businesses. If so, investor-love,


might be deserved. Let's look in
on the market and analyze what
takes place.
Billions of shares change
hands daily on the major
exchanges. On any given day
only a minute fraction of those
shares grows anything. Days
can pass without a bona-fide
investment; the sounds you hear
are aftermarket noise and the
closing bell.
In short, "investors" do not
grow jobs (except in the finan-
cial sector). The seed money
that nourishes start-ups and
expansions comes from a tiny
subset of real investors; the rest
of us merely place our bets at
the tables down on Wall Street.
What's the problem with
investor-love? First, Warren
Buffett has it right:
It's wrong for income from
work to be taxed at a higher rate
than income from wealth.
Second, investor-love has no
reason for being; it's a tax poli-
cy shaped by propaganda.
Lawmakers might better fol-
low the policy shaped by
Ronald Reagan.
Reagan's 1951 tax cuts tilted
toward the wealthy and made
him a supply-side icon But
Reagan could also be lair, and
fairness would permeate his last
fiscal legacy. In the landmark
Tax Reform Act of 1986, nearly
three years in the drafting


Reagan again cut marginal rates
on earned income but raised
taxes sharply on investors.
The reform ended preferen-
tial tax treatment of capital
gains. The tax rate on long-term
gains leapt to 28 percent nearly
double the current levy.
Higher-Income taxpayers
could pay as much as 31 percent
on their gains.
Reagan hailed the bill as 'the
dream of America's fair-share
tax plan. He also called it "the
best Job-creation program ever
to come out of the Congress" -
hyperbole, but evidence that he
expected no growth falloff from
higher capital-gains taxes. The
new 28 percent rate held until
97, when a GOP-controlled
Congress and a Democratic
president fell under the spell of
investor-love.
Republican presidential can-
didate Sen. John McCain stays
miles away from the fact that
Reagan equalized taxes on
income from wages and income
from wealth. But Sen. Barack
Obama (and Sen. John Edwards,
before dropping out) has point-
ed to it with relish.
In their bones they know
what's fair, just as The Gipper
did.

Gerald F Scorse is a member
of Responsible Wealth, a
Boston-based advocacy group.


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There are still some
good people
FM: Oscar Davis
Pensacola, Fla.

Dear Editor,

On April 5, my wife Lois
and I went to the Farmers Opry
House at Chumuckla and about
five songs into the program
Lois passed out.
Thank God there were sev-
eral people that weren't afraid
to get involved.
A lady sitting by, I think
she is a nurse, jumped right in
and got her back while a young
man called for an ambulance.
The lady worked with her
until the emergency medical
crew got there and they stabi-
lized her before transporting
her to West Florida Hospital.


Thanks to the people that
helped, she is home now and
doing much better.
Isn't it great to know that in
a bad world there are still good
people?
We didn't get any names,
but we appreciate you.
We apologize to the
Sawmill Band and Gene
Watson for stopping the show.

Remembering Waco
FM: W.O. Jones
Jay, Fla.

Dear Editor,

Saturday will be April 19th
and to me it seems like yester-
day on that date in 1993 the evil
empire killed some 80 plus peo-
ple including over 20 children in
their home/church.
No matter the propaganda/


lies by them you can prove these attorneys said that bullet holes


murders to yourself by obtaining
and reading the following
Federal Documents:
1. The April 29, 1993 U.S.
House Hearing
2. The search warrant
3. The 400 page Treasury
Department report entitled "The
Treasury Department report on
Wayne Veron Howell aka David
Koresh."
4. The several thousand
page U.S. House Hearings on
Waco.
In reading all of these items,
all .of which I have, you will
learn the following.
A. The ATF (Department of
Alcohol, Tobacco, and Firearms)
knew that the Branch Dividians
knew they were coming.
B. The FBI destroyed evi-
dence, i.e. the right hand front
door and the roof which two


were incoming.
C. They used CS Gas on
even the children in the
church/home.
D. They said the Branch
Dividians had .50 cal. rifles. If
they had them, why didn't they
use them?
E. When the fire started why
did the FBI hold up the fire
trucks at a check point for 18 -
minutes? Did they want evi-
dence to be destoryed?
Did they call Parkland
Hospital in Dallas and thell them
to expect burn victims even
before the fire started?
I have similar government
documents on the murders of
Vicki Weaver and Sammy
Weaver at Ruby Ridge.
And the same about the
Oklahoma City bombings.
Evil, Evil, Evil.


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young to be a "family patri-
arch," which is what Bud is.
PG: Why did you agree
to take the role?
Miller: I knew I was a
better actor than Guy
Thompson
Thompson: The selling
point was-it's five minutes
and it's over, and as mayor
it's one of the things I need
to be participating in.
Sadsad: It will be a new
experience and if I do OK I
can overcome the stage
fright that has haunted me
for so many years.
Rogers: I didn't know I
had a choice.....
Strain: It sounded like
a lot of fun. I was flattered
to be asked.
PG: Who is an actor
you greatly admire or
enjoy?
Miller: Morgan
Freeman. He plays such a
wide range of roles and is
convincing in all of them.
Thompson: John
Wayne, because he exem-
plifies a lot of what I
believe in.
Sadsad: I like every
actor who played on
Saturday Night Live. I like
their ability to make light of


Wrecl<


Strain Rogers Miller


rather serious events while
providing a perspective not
really offensive to different
audiences.
Rogers: Clint
Eastwood. I met him in per-
son. Great guy.
Strain: I really enjoy
Johnny Depp. He is so
eccentric. He just seems to
be whomever the part calls
for.
PG: Do you have a
favorite play?
Miller: To Kill A
Mockingbird. I met Harper
Lee this year and I' think
this story brilliantly tells of
a dark time in our history.
Thompson: No.
Sadsad: Phantom of the
Opera. It has a great sound-
track.
Rogers: The Broadway
musical Grease. The Fifties
were a great musical era.
Strain: Pygmalion, by
George Bernard Shaw. Of
the more contemporary
plays, I'd have to say Rent.
PG: Do you see any
parallels between acting and
politics?
Miller: You must be
kidding.
Thompson: Yes I do.
Ronald Reagan was the
greatest president we ever


had in my lifetime and he
was an actor.
Sadsad: Well, yes. The
level of acting by candi-
dates during this election
year has been truly impres-
sive.
Rogers: No. Yes. No.
Acting is playing a role.
Politics is real.
Strain: Sure, both roles
depend heavily on believ-
ability and living up to the
expectations of the audience
and the constituents.
PG: Who is more tem-
permental-actors or elect-
ed officials?
Miller: 1 think actors,
because politicians only get
one take.
Thompson: That is a
hard one. I've been in poli-
tics for 30 years and seen a
lot of politicians. It's prob-
ably a tie.
Sadsad: Not sure, but I
have yet to see a hysterical
elected official in public.
Rogers: Depends on the
subject, however, both have
to win favor of the eyes of
the public.
Strain: Actors.
Politicians aren't really
allowed to pout, be moody,
or throw tantrums if they
want to remain in politics.


A Red Cross Hero


Jim Fletcher, publisher of the Santa Rosa's Press Gazette and Chairman of the annual Red
Cross Heroes Campaign, accepts a donation from Wal-Mart Manager Jimmy Cross on
Monday. The Red Cross Heroes Campaign continues work to raise the funds necessary to
help with the various programs they are a part of in Santa Rosa County.
Press Gazette photo by Bill Gamblin





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shoulder of the highway and
stopped.
Edwards along with
Daniel Smith were pro-
nounced dead at the scene,
while Jessica Smith died
after arriving at Sacred Heart
Hospital.
Glinda Arnett, 30 of
Holt, Fla., who was a passen-
ger in the Arnett vehicle was
seriously injured, but has
since been released from
Sacred Heart Hospital.
None of the people
involved in Friday night's
accident were wearing seat-
belts.
According to the FFIP
report it is unknown at this
time if alcohol was a factor
in this accident as a test is


Control


burn gets


attention

The smoke you saw ris-
ing over Santa Rosa County
near 1-10 on Sunday and
Monday was not a fire, but a
controlled burn.
According to Joy
Tsubooka. Public
Information Officer for
Santa Rosa County, the
Northwest Florida Water
Management District did two
[arge controlled burns and
there is no cause for alarm.
On Sunday the water
management district burned
roughly 1,000 acres and on
Monday burned another
2,000 acres.
At one point on Sunday
the smoke and nature of
problems in the past near
Garcon Point led to the 9-1-1
Center receiving over 100
calls in a one hour period
about the smoke in the area.
In 2006 a debris pile got
out of control and charred
seveal thousand acres in the
area. Controlled burns help
reduce the amount of fuel on
the ground for a fire.


pending.
When stLudents at lJay
High School returned to
classes on Monday the mood
was very subdued even
though none of those
involved in the accident were
enrolled in classes.
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Mr. and Mrs. David
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ter, Shaena Jade McCarthy
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Reeves, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Bobby Reeves of
Castleberry, Ala.
Shaena is a 2003 gradu-
ate of Jay High School. She
also graduated from
Pensacola Junior College in
2007 with a degree in
Nursing and is currently
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CAPT Walter H. Reese, USN (Ret)

There's hardly any individual
involved in local community activities
that has contributed more to the environ-
mental enrichment, individual and group
welfare, and overall quality of life of
SMilton/Santa Rosa County citizens and
residents than our adopted Native Son,
CAPT Walter H. Reese, USN (Ret).
CAPT Reese was Milton High
School's second NJROTC Naval Science
Instructor, a position in which he cap-
tured the hearts and professional respect
of both students and fellow faculty mem-
Sbers over a span of 11 years. He
remained a substitute teacher for the
Santa Rosa County school system for
another 20 years after that and served in
some capacity with the Santa Rosa
County Chamber of Commerce for 27
years. Walt, as he is familiarly known
among his friends, served on the board of
directors of that organization for four
years and was named 1992 Santa Rosa
CAPT Walter H. Reese, USN (Ret) County Man of the Year.
He served as chairman of the State Fair Committee from 1993 to 1996, the year
in which he was inducted into Santa Rosa County's Hall of Fame, and was awarded
the "Spirit" Award the same year. For 24 years Walt was also active in the Santa
Rosa County Clean Community System, serving as initiator and coordinator of the
Santa Rosa County/NW Florida Rivers Cleanup program.
Walt worked with the Boy Scouts of America for half a century, of which 34
years was performed in the Florida Panhandle. He was a member of Sunrise
Kiwanis and Association of Retarded Citizens, Santa Rosa, serving on its board of
directors for 22 years and receiving the 2001 Peggy Kirkpatrick Award for
"...enhancing life of those with disabilities." In addition he was Naval Academy
Blue and Gold Officer briefing, assisting, and interviewing applicants from Milton,
Pace, Jay, and Central High Schools regarding the Naval Academy.
Walt was named Santa Rosa County "Hero" for community service in 1999.
Today we are saluting him for his dedication and adaptation to public service which
has had such a significant impact on us all. He is truly a hero that deserves our
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and is currently employed
with Weyerhauser in
Castleberry, Ala.
The wedding is planned
for May 24, 2008 at 1 p.m.
at the Pine Level Baptist
Church in Jay. A reception
will follow in the church
fellowship hall. All friends
and relatives are invited to
attend. After a brief honey-
moon the couple will
reside in the Sand Cut com-
munity of Castleberry, Ala.


Freemans mark


50th Anniversary


On February 2, 2008,'a
surprise 50th Wedding
Anniversary Party was held
for Aubrey and Louise
Freeman at the Masonic
Lodge in Pace, Fla.
Many family members
and friends attended the cel-
ebration. congratulating the
couple on 50 years of mar-
riage and giving them best
wishes to come.
Aubrey and Louise are
the parents of Brenda Tolbert


and Judy Saylor. They are
also the grandparents of
Tonya McNaughton, Guy
McNaughton, Robyn
Matthews and John
Matthews. They have one
great-grandchild, Luke
Watson.
Aubrey is retired from
Solutia and Louise is a
homemaker. Both of them
are currently working part-
time for Southern
Management.


Rowell-Lambeth to wed

Keith and Charlene
Rowell of Milton anIounce
the engagement and forth-
coming marriage of their
daughter, DeAnna Kay
Ro\\ell to Timothy Mitchell
Lambeth, son of Tommy and


Donna Lambeth of
Flomaton. Ala.
The bride-elect is the
granddaughter of Mr. & Mrs.
Otha Grant of Milton.
DeAnna is a graduate of
Pace High School and
Pensacola Junior College
with an Associate of Arts
Degree. She will graduate
this summer from the
University of West Florida
with a Bachelors Degree and
plans to continue her educa-
tion in South Alabama.
The prospective groom
is the grandson of Mrs.
Geraldine Lambeth and the
late DonL Lambeth, and
Mrs. Frances Turk and the
late Mr. Gene Turk of
Flomaton, Ala. Mitch attend-
ed Flomaton High School
and is a graduate of Jefferson
Davis College with an
Associate of Arts Degree. He
is employed at McCall Water
System and is a Youth Pastor
at Catawba Baptist Church
in Brewton, Ala. Mitch is


also a Realtor with Coldwell tives are invited. Please
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Community


Support Group for
Down Syndrome

There will be a support
group for those with Down
Syndrome meeting at St.
Mary's Episcopal Church,
303 Oak Street in Milton on
Thursday, May 1st. Guest
speaker will be Clara
Brosnaham, a licensed mas-
sage therapist. For more
details, call Angie at 686-
2490.

Yard Sale at SR
Medical Center

Santa Rosa Medical
Center is having their annual
yard sale on Saturday, April
19 at 8 a.m. until noon. All
proceeds will benefit Relay
for Life. It will be held
behind the Medical Center in
the Locklin Educational
Building.

UWF SBDC offers
Workshop

The University of West
Florida Small Business
Development Center, 401 E.
Chase St., Suite 100, in
Pensacola, is holding its
'Preparing a Business Plan'
Workshop on Thursday
evening, April 24 from 6 to 9
p.m. Attendees will learn
how to gather data and write
the business plan, as well as
become familiar with financ-
ing requirements. The fee for
attending this workshop is
$40 for the public and free
for students and faculty
members of West Florida
who present a Nautilus card.
To register, call
850.473.7830 or go to our
w e b s i t e
(www.sbdc.uwf.edu) and
click on training.

Flag Dedication
Ceremony

The Board of Directors
of Milton Cemetery invites
the public to participate in a
Flag Dedication Ceremony
on Saturday, April 19 at 10
a.m. at the Milton Cemetery.
All military services will be
represented by the raising of
their own flag. We will also
raise the POW-MIA flag.
JROTC, Milton High
School Band, Young
Marines, Marine Corp
League, Daughters of the
American Revolution, and
public dignitaries will be
present. News coverage will
also be provided.

Sock Hop at MHS

There will be a Sock
Hop at 7 p.m., Saturday,
April 19, at the Milton High
School Cafeteria. Come visit
or dance to the Oldies. Cost
is $5 per person at the door.
It is sponsored by the Milton
High School Class of 1964.

D-Day
Commemoration
Flight

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

Rhodes Advisory
Council to meet

W.H. Rhodes


Elementary School Advisory
Council will meet Thursday,
April 17 at 12:45 p.m. in the
Conference Room. All inter-
ested persons are invited to
attend.

Go Pirates Be a
PJC Cheerleader

Try out for Pensacola
Junior College's dynamic
and talented cheerleader and
dance teams for the 2008-
2009 season. Cheerleader
and mascot auditions are
noon to 4 p.m. Saturday,
April 19, and noon Sunday,
April 20, at the Louis A.
Ross Health and Sports
Center, Building 3, on the
Pensacola campus. The col-
lege is looking for a spirited
group of females and males
with a lot of pep and vigor.
You must be a student or
incoming freshman taking
at least nine credit hours at
PJC during both the spring
and fall semesters. Dance
team auditions are noon
Saturday, April 19, and 2
p.m. Sunday, April 20, in
Building 3. The dance team
brings entertainment,
excitement and spirit to the
home basketball games.
Dance technique is required
in the areas of jazz and hip-
hop. You must be entering
PJC as a full- or part-time
student or currently taking a
class at PJC. Scholarships
are available. Participants
are required to attend both
days of tryouts. Consent
forms must be signed by a
parent/guardian, for those
under the age of 18.
Download consent forms
from the PJC Web sites:
www.pjc.edu/sports/che
erleaders/cheerleaders.asp
www.pjc.edu/sports/dan
ceteam/danceteam.asp
For more information,
contact cheer coach La Rita
Carter at 484-1310 or
lcarter@pjc.edu.

Sacred Heart can
help smokers find
freedom from
smoking

Sacred Heart Hospital in
Pensacola will offer its
"Freedom From Smoking"
program starting April 29
and April 30 to help with the
physical, psychological, and
habitual components of
nicotine addiction.
Participants can choose
day or evening sessions for
the seven-week course.
Classes will be held:
Tuesdays from 6 to 8
p.m. starting April 29
Wednesdays from 11
a.m. to 1 p.m. starting April
30
All classes will be held
at Sacred Heart Hospital
and will cost $75 per per-
son.
A limited number of
scholarships also are avail-
able for the entire program.
Space is limited and
pre-registration is required.
Please call (850) 416-7764
for more information or to
register.

Organizers seek
vendors for Pace
Community
Health Fair

Sacred Heart Health
System is looking for busi-
nesses and organizations in
Santa Rosa County to be a
part of the 2nd Annual Pace
Community Health Fair at
Sacred Heart Medical Park
at Pace on Saturday, May
17 from 9 a.m. 1 p.m. Area
businesses and organiza-
tions are invited to present a
booth at the health fair.
Registration is free, but all
vendors are asked to donate
a $50 door prize to be given
away that day.
If you or your organiza-


tion is interested in partici-
pating, please call Tim
Gilbert at (850) 698-2202
or Cat Outzen at (850) 969-
1372.

Green-Up
Mother's Day Art
& Craft Show still
has openings

Green-Up Santa Rosa,
the popular nursery in
Milton, will be hosting its
5th annual Mother's Day Art
and Crafts show on
Saturday, May 10. The show,
which features artist and
crafters nestled among the
greenery of the nursery still
has several openings for ven-
dors. Anyone interested in
participating should call
623-1930.

April Pottery
Workshop-reserva-
tions required

The next meeting of the
Santa Rosa Art Association
will take place on Saturday,
April 26, at 8:00 a.m. in
Building 4900 on the Milton
Campus of PJC.
Following the meeting,
there will be a workshop
presented by clay artist
Becky Gibbs. Her work-
shop, entitled "Hand
Building with Clay," will
teach how using a fun and
messy technique allows one
to play and relax while a
functional piece of pottery
emerges as a box or cup.
You may see Becky
Gibbs' work on display at
the Dragonfly Gallery in
Milton, where she has been
a member since May 2005.
The SRAA workshop is
from 9:00 to 11:00 a.m.
Tuition for non-members is
$10, plus a $10 kit fee. This
provides the participant
with clay, glaze, a skewer
stick, and kiln time.
Participants are asked to
bring one plastic card (old
credit card or room card will
do), a 1/2" paint brush
(house painting type) and
wear clothes that are okay to
play in!
Reservations are neces-
sary and can be made by
calling 995-9717.

Free Autism
Screening to be
held on April 26 at
Sacred Heart
Hospital

Florida State


Autism and Related
Disabilities (CARD) will
conduct a free screening for
autism on Saturday, April 26,
from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. in
Sacred Heart Hospital's
Conference Center on Ninth
Avenue in Pensacola.
Autism is a developmen-
tal disability that affects
one's ability to properly
understand and process what
they see, hear, and otherwise
sense. It mainly affects com-
munication and social skills.
It is considered the nation's
fastest growing developmen-
tal disability.
Children ages 18-24
months are eligible for the
screening. No physician
referral is needed.
Appointments must be
scheduled in advance. To
schedule an appointment, or
if you have any questions
about autism in general,
please call Carol DeLugo,
Autism Consultant at
CARD, (850) 484-5040, ext.
1330, or e-mail her at cdelu-
go@fsu.edu.

Don't forget the
Spaghetti dinner at
the Garden Club!

There will be a Spaghetti
Lunch on Friday, April 18,
2008 between 11 a.m. and 2
p.m. at the Garden Center on
5256 Alabama Street,
Milton, FL.
A plate of Spaghetti &
Meat Sauce, Salad, Bread,
Coffee, Sweet Tea, UnSweet
Tea and Water will be
offered for the admission
price of $5 per adult and $3
for children 12 and under
while children under 3 are
FREE.
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WEDNESDAY

April 16, 2008

Section B


Boo Weekley is looking to defend his first PGA Tournament
victory this weekend at the Verizon Heritage at Hilton.Head,
S.C., after finishing in a tie for 20th at the Masters Golf
Tournament. Weekley finished in a tie with Bubba Watson,
while Heath Slocum finished in a tie for



Milton's golf



trio shines at



Augusta Nat.


By BILL GAMBLIN
sports@srpressgazette.com
For Milton's three pro
golfers, they accomplished
something, which could
never happen again.
Unless they do it them-
selves.
Boo Weekley, Bubba
Watson, and Heath Slocum
not only played in their first
Masters at Augusta
National, but all three made
the cut.
Watson and Weekley
both finished the tournament
tied for 20th at 3-over par
for the event.
For Watson it was where
he spent most of the tourna-
ment, but for Weekley, who
was threatening the top 10
on Sunday he fell hard as he
reached Amen Corner.
On the back nine,
Weekley bogeyed Nos. 11,
14, and 16 along with a dou-
ble bogey at 15.
Weekley would finish
his final round at 5-over par
77, while Watson played the
final day at 1-over par.
For Heath Slocum the
tournament started strong
with the former Milton grad


holding the early tourna-
ment lead or a share of it on
three different occasions.
Day two and three were
Slocum's downfall with
rounds of 76 and 77 respec-
tively.
On Sunday Slocum
bounced back to card a 69 in
one of the few rounds below
par and one of two below 70
and ended up finishing in a
tie for 33rd place..
In the grand scope of the
tournament no one had an
answer of how to catch
South African Trevor
Immelamn who finished at
8-under for the tournament,
three strokes better than his
nearest competitor Tiger
Woods.
Weekley and Watson
earned over $84,000 this
weekend, while Slocum
took home a modest check
over $42,000.
Up next is the Verizon
Heritage where Weekley
recorded his first PGA Tour
win at Harbour Town Golf
Links in Hilton Head, S.C.
Attempts to reach the
local golfers after the
Masters was unsuccessful.


Fishin' on faith


By BILL GAMBLIN
sports @srpressgazette.com
Mother Nature tried her
best, but she could not damp-
en the spirit or the cause over
100 boats came out to support
along the Blackwater River.
Despite some rough
morning weather and a front
that caused some fisherman to
come in empty handed, the
United Way Fishin' with a
Mission Bass Tournament
was another huge success.
The tournament, which
was won by the team of
Sterling Johnson and Tim
Taylor with a catch of 12.86
pounds, was such a success
United Way of Santa Rosa
County is going to make it an
annual event.
"The turnout was
astounding," said Guy
Thompson, who is the
Director of United Way of
Santa Rosa County. "It is very
surprising when you have 102
boats entered.
"With something like this
we do it by stepping out on
faith and this have been very
successful in helping us with
our operating budget while
also heightening awareness."
The big lunker prize went
to Beau Gautreau and John
Womack with their big bass,
which weighed in at 6.02
pounds, while Clay Avery
won the junior angler award
with his 2.96-pound lunker.
Depending on which fish-
erman you talked to they had
different levels of success.
"It was alright out there."
said Jody Dunn. "We finished
the day with four keepers and
we had caught them by 7 a.m.
"It slowed down some
while it was raining, but after
the front moved through we
didn't get many hits."
While the afternoon was
bad for Dunn, Jeff and Buddy
Brunson started to get hot.
"We did pretty good with


Over 100 boats launched on the Blackwater River Saturday morning and the same number
returned for the weigh-in that got underway at 3 p.m. Sterling Johnson and Tim Taylor won the
tournament with a total of 12.86 pounds.


four fish," said Buddy. "We
caught out better fish this
afternoon."
It probably didn't help the
boats very much with the
river up and a high tide com-
ing in.


Mitch Gardner and his
boat didn't do so hot, but the
fish were kind of picky to
him.
"We should have caught a
few more," said Gardner, who
weighed in two fish. "But we


s Gazette photo by Bill Gamblin
got a late idea of what the fish
wanted and by then it was too
late."
But it wasn't just about
the winning Saturday as
United Way of Santa Rosa
County raised over $26,000.


Ball seasons draw to close


By BILL GAMBLIN
sports@srpressgazette.com
The baseball season is
winding down and with it so
are the district races.
Jay defeated Freeport 10-
0 in six innings to complete a
perfect district season at 10-0.
Miles Hammac went six
innings for the win striking
out eight and hitting three
batters.
The big inning for Jay
(14-3) was the second inning
with the Royals posted two
runs.
From that point on they
scored three runs in the
fourth, two runs in the fifth a
closed out the game with
three runs in the sixth.
Tyler DeGraaf led Jay by


going 2-for-4 with a home-
run, while Hammac also went
2-for-4 and Hunter Boutwell
went 2-for-2.
Milton closed out its dis-
trict season with a 7-1 win
over Washington at home.
The Panthers (12-10, 5-5
in District 1-4A) got two hits
from Mike McMillion and
T.J. Roache, while Justin
Randolph and Brandon Alien
each had doubles.
Milton posted two runs in
the'first inning and never
looked back as Washington
scored their only run in the
seventh inning.
Pace lost a heartbreaker
Friday to Niceville 1-0.
The Patriots finish the
district season at 10-4.


Pace got a hit from
Boone Shear, Weston Bragg,
Seth Frick and Cameron
Wright, but they could not get
a runner across home.
In softball Pace could be
peaking at the right time.
Against Milton Katy
Neal and Kira Orr combined
for a perfect game no-hitter in
a 4-0 win.
Neal and Orr have not
allowed a hit in five of their
last seven games combined.
Pace (20-3) scored two
runs in the second inning and
that would be all they would.
need.
Kirstyn Joiner went 3-
for-4 with two doubles while
Orr went 1-for-3 with 2 RBIs.
McKenzie Vaughn went 2-


for-4 with an RBI.
: On Thursday Milton
defeated Pensacola Catholic
7-1.
Milton led 5-0 by the
time the team finished their
third trip to the plate.
Despite getting seven hits
off Alyssa Larson Catholic
could only manage one run.
Larson went 4-for-4 at
the plate to lead Milton while
Crystal Clark and Nicole
Herndon each had two hits.
Jay defeated Northview
in their season finale 5-3.
Joy Gandy got the win
while Amber Steadham had
the hot bat going 3-for-3 with
a home run, while Gandy
helped her cause going 2-fdr-
4.


Wright has the stuff for Scratch Ankle


Press Gazette photo by Bill Gamblin


By BILL GAMBLIN
sports@srpressgazette.com
Sometimes you do all
the work, but never get any
of the glory.
That is just how Mark
Vieu felt Saturday after the
Scratch Ankle 5K Race in
Milton.
Vieu, who attends
Milton High School and
runs track, did all the work
by leading the first two and
a half miles before giving
way to eventual winner
Martin Wright.
Wright crossed the fin-
ish line in a time of 17:50,
while Vieu was 12-seconds
back at 18:02.
"I didn't do anything,'
said Wright after the race.
"The guy who finished sec-
ond did all the work.
"He had a strong run
for the first two to two-


and-a-half miles. If it
weren't for him I would
have been a minute or two
slower.
View, who has been
working at the 3,200
meters for high school
track, feels like he might
have started out a little too
strong.
"I have been practicing
like it was a two mike track
race," said Vieu after the
race. "I might have started
out a little too strong, but I
was wanting to break into
the 17's.
"I really thought I had
a chance to day since the
weather was cool and
nice."
While Vieu was upset
he had to settle for second
place, Wright was singing
his praises.
"All I did this morning


was follow him through
Milton," said Wright. "He
deserves all the accolades."
On the women's side
Sandy Eubanks once again
came out on top.
But that was not the
surprise of the race.
The big surprise about
Eubanks is the fact she ran in
the first ever Run for Stars at
the University of West
Florida and won it as well.
"This course was a lot
better for me," said
Eubanks. "The hills on this
course are nothing like
those at UWE
"I didn't know how I
would do, but I could feel
it in my legs just a little."
In the past Eubanks has
been known to run a race
early in the morning and
the go back .out to run
another that evening.


Sandy Eubanks was the top
women's finisher on
Saturday.


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Wednesday-April 16, 2008


Santa Rosa's Press Gazette

Sports


Sports


.lay Pro Rodeo: The
Sixth Annual .lay Pro Rodeo
is scheduled for April 25 and
26 at the Ted May Arena in
Jay.
Events will get underway
at 8 p.m. and admission will
be $10 for adults, and $5 for
children 12 and under.
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.
Basketball All-Star
Game: The Third Annual
Florida Panhandle Shootout
will be held on April 18 at
the University of West
Florida Fieldhouse.
This East vs. West for-
mat will feature a boys
game and girls game.
The girl's game will tip
off at 6 p.m. and the boy's
game will being at 8 p.m.
General admission will
be $8 and for more infor-
mation you can visit
www.StarrAthletics.com.
Lupus Charity Golf
Tournament: The Lupus
Support Network will be
hosting a charity golf tour-
nament at the Moors Golf
Club on April 24 at 1 p.m.


This will be a four per-
son with a shotgun start.
Funds received will
help provide support, assis-
tance, and education to
lupus patients in our com-
munity.
For more information
or to register you can call
the Lupus Support Network
at 800-458-8211 or e-
maila.dandelakis@att.net.
Pace Library Sports
Raffle: Friends of the Pace
Libaray will be raffling off
various sports itmes to add
a children's activity room
to the Pace Library.
Some of the items you
could win include a Eli
Manning signed Giants
football, an Emmitt Smith
signed Cowboys helmet, a
Travis Fryman signed base-
ball, Boo Weekley signed
hat and picture, Haley
Millsaps signed hat and
picture, 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."
Knights of Columbus
Golf Tourrnev: The
Knights of Columbus
Countcil No. 7027 will
hold their tirst annual golf
tourrnament 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 present-
ed for first, second, and
third place as well as clos-
est 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. on
April 19.
Plates are $7 each and to
go plates can be picked up.
For more information
call 380-9507.
Tuesday Night
Summer League: The
Tuesday Night Church
Mixed Team is looking to
form a summer league at
Oops Alley.
The season will run
from May 20th through
August 19.
This is a USBC sanc-
tioned league and the dead-
line to sign up is May 1.
Since the league formed
back in 2006 they have
donated over $2,000 to local
charities.
For more information
call 623-6807.
Milton Kiwanis Golf
Tournament: The third
annual Milton Kiwanis Golf
Tournament will be held
May 3 at Whiting Field.
Registration for this
four-person scramble will
begin at 11 a.m. with a shot-
gun start at noon.
Entry fee is $300 per
team and includes one mul-
ligan, a tee buster and lunch.
Team sponsor packages
are avaialbel as well as tee
sign sponsorships.
Proceeds from this tour-
nament will benefit children
programs of Santa Rosa
County supported by the
Kiwanis Club.
Prizes will be awarded
to first, second, and third
place along with closest to
the pin and the longest
drive.
For more information
call 686-2176 or 393-6034.
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.
VFW Golf Tourney:
The Milton Veterans of
Foreign Wars Post 4833 will
be hosting a golf tournament
on May 17 at Tanglewood
Golf and Country Club.
This four-man scramble
is $50 per person with prizes
awarded to the top three
places along with a cash
prize for closest to the pin
and longest drive.
Also you can sponsor a
veteran for a $50 donation
with their name and yours
on a tee sign.
The deadline to enter is
May 12.
An awards dinner will
immedately follow the tour-
nament at the VFW Post on
Carroll Road in Milton.
For more information
call 994-9499 or 623-4833.
Stetson University
Hoops Camp: Derek
Waugh/Stetson University
Boy's Basketball Camp from
June 22 to August 6.
Five different camps are
being offered covering indi-
vidual skills, shooting, and
position.
For dates and more infor-
mation you can contact
Stetson University at 386-
822-8101 or visit them on the
web at
www.stetson.edu/hoopscamp.
Central Florida
Fastpitch Camp: Central
Florida University is hold-
ing three different fastpitch
softball camps.
These camps will run
frm June 8 to June 19 and
cover pitching/catching,
offense/defense. and a gen-
eral day camp.
For more information on
this camp call 407-823-4298
or visit them on the web at
www.centralfloridafastpitch-
camp.com.
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.


Nordin signing

Pine Forest senior Candice Nordin signed a volleyball
scholarship with Gulf Coast Community College back on
April 8. Nordin is joined by Gulf Coast Community
College volleyball coach Terri Bedford, her father Ken, who
lives in Milton, and her mother Lisa. Standing from left to
right are Pine Forest Coach JoanneWiggins, Assistant
Principal David Williams, and Pine Forest Coach Angela
Baggett. This past season Nordin, who was captain of the
varisty squad led the Lady Eagles in digs (138), and was
second in kills (126) and aces (38).


Florida and Georgia


end senior exemptions


An agreement between
Florida and Georgia that
allows senior citizens from
either state to hunt and fish
in fresh water without
licenses in both states is
about to end.
The agreement, which
dates back to 1981, will end
on June 30.
Georgia officials
announced in May 2007 that
economic realities have ren-
dered the reciprocal agree-
ment no longer feasible for
hunting, and it will come off
the books. The nature of the
agreement requires that
Florida follow suit. The


Florida Fish and Wildlife
Conservation Commission
(FWC) voted Wednesday to
end the reciprocal agree-
ment concerning freshwater
fishing, as well. The agree-
ment never has exempted
nonresident seniors from
either state from saltwater
fishing license require-
ments.
Senior citizens who are
Florida residents may con-
tinue to hunt and fish in
Florida without purchasing
a Florida license, although
the FWC encourages sen-
iors to purchase licenses to
support conservation.


PJC holds hoop tryouts


The Pensacola Junior
College Women's Basketball
Team holds open tryouts
noon Monday, April 21, in
the Hartsell Arena, Building
3, on the Pensacola campus.
Tryouts are open to all
PJC students. No pre-regis-
tration is required.


For more information,
contact the Women's
Basketball Office at 484-
1459 or 484-1331.
You can also contact
Coach Chanda Rigby at crig-
by@pjc.edu or Coach
Bridget Goodnight at bgood-
nighlf@pjc.edu.


lrunlt l ll '.I1s


Southern Raceway
Milton, Fla.
April 5, 2008
Modified Feature: 1. Todd
Jones, 2. Leeb Morris, 3. Joe
Phillips, 4. Nick Poole, 5.
Greg Jones.
Heat Winners: Heat 1 -
Todd Jones; Heat 2 Leeb
Morris.
Crate Late Model Winners:
1. Johnathan Joiner, 2.
James Ushery, 3. Jason
Phillips, 4. Graig Turner, 5.
John Cody.
Crate Late Model Heat
Winners: Heat 1
Johnathan Joiner; Heat 2 -
Bo Slay.
Vintage Feature: 1. Chris
Bayhi, 2. Lucas Morris, 3. Jay
Jones, 4. Tom Lohr, 5. Bill
Blum.
Vintage Heat Winners:
Heat 1 Chris Bayhi; Heat 2
- Lucas Morris; Heat 3 -
Dany Shores.
Hobby Feature: 1. Stuart
Wilson, 2. Howie Reeves, 3.
Ryan Fowler, 4. Dean Shaw,


5. Albert Beltz.
Hobby Heat Winners: Heat
1 Stuart Wilson; Heat 2 -
Howie Reeves.
Street Stock Feature: 1.
Calvin Cook, 2. Brandon
Harris, 3. David Windham,
4. Johnathan Cotton, 5. Kyle
Bryant.
Street Stock Heat Winners:
Heat 1 Luther Fletcher;
Heat 2 Preston Porter.
Bomber Feature: 1. Robert
Balkum, 2. Chris Olden
burg, 3. J.R. Benton, 4.
Stephen Fretwell, 5. Billy
Fletcher.
Bomber Heat Winners:
Heat 1 Chris Oldenburg;
Heat 2 Robert Balkum;
Heat 3 Levi Wales.
Stinger Feature: 1. James
Fox, Cordy Robinson, 3.
Robert Garrett, 4. Wade
Clemmons, 5. Maike
Roland.
Stinger Heat Winners: Heat
1 Erin Kiaums; Heat 2 -
Kenneth Clemmons; Heat 3
- James Fox.


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The Santa Rosa Press e


Wednesday. April 16,. OUU8
Kornerstone "-


King to speak at New Hope Church


Pastor Steve Zepp and
the congregation of New
Hope invite you to be with
them for their revival
services beginning April 20
through the 23rd.
Sunday services will be
11 a.m. and 6 p.m. Monday
through Wednesday
evenings will be at 7 p.m.
Joshua Ben King, a
missionary evangelist to
Africa will be their guest
preacher. He and his family
are based in South Africa
and are
seeing conversions into the
tens of thousands per month.
He has a strong healing
ministry and has seen
miraculous healings taking
place in each service.
If you or someone you
know needs a miracle, be
sure to join us for a great


time of worship. We urge
you to come and see what
God has in store for you.
New Hope Assembly
Church is located on the


right as head north to Jay,
after passing the Tom Thumb
in Chumuckla. For more
information, please call 995-
5821.


Church seeks help for fire victim, Velvie


Chumuckla United
Methodist Church reports
that on Tuesday, April 9, a
long-time member, Velvie
Hatfield was badly burned
and her house destroyed in a
house fire.
Following a helicopter
life-flight from her devastat-
ed home in Chumuckla to
Baptist Hospital, in
Pensacola, on that day,
Velvie was treated at the
Baptist ER for some 6 hours
before being transferred by
an emergency air flight from
Pensacola Regional Airport
to the Trauma/Burn
Intensive Care Unit of UAB
Hospital in Birmingham.
Velvie has extensive second-
degree bums, her recovery
will be long, and challeng-


ing, Chumuckla UMC is
asking the entire community
to pray for Velvie and her
family.
The Velvie Fund has
been set up by the church in
order to assist Velvie, as she
seeks healing and recovers
from the total loss of her
home and possessions.
All donations should be
sent and made out to CUMC
and marked Velvie Fund to
Chumuckla United
Methodist Church 9475
Chumuckla Highway, Jay.
Call 995-4261 for more
information.
Please pray for her
recovery and for the doctors
of UAB to have wisdom as
they treat Velvie.
Thanks go out to the


Paramedic Service,
Lifeflight Baptist ER, UAB
Flight physician and
Paramedic team and the
Trauma/Burn ICU at UAB
hospital for their superb
work in tending Velvie who
is loved greatly by her
church.
The pastor, Stephen's
Ministers, BIC Ministers
and members of the
Chumuckla United
Methodist.Church will all be
orchestrating, with Velvie's
family, prayerful support
and visiting UAB in
Birmingham, as appropriate
to Velvie's needs and med-
ical condition as she recov-
ers.


Mission Festival at Eternal Trinity


Eternal Trinity Lutheran
Church will.be sponsoring a
mission festival on Sunday,
April 20. The services that
day will have a special
emphasis on overseas mis-
sion work.
Ralph Bleecke, who
served with his wife as mis-
sionaries in New Guinea,
will make a presentation on


their work there, answer
questions, and display some
cultural items from the coun-
try. Mr. Bleecke also served
as a teacher and principal of
Redeemer Lutheran School,
Pensacola, and in various
capacities in other ministries
along the Gulf coast.
Services are at 8:00 and
10:30 Sunday morning. Mr.


Bleecke's presentation will
begin at 11:30 a.m. after the
late service. The Lutheran
Women's Missionary
League will provide a dinner
after the presentation at
noon. ($5 donation for adults
who stay for the meal). The
church is located at 6076
Old Bagdad Hwy, Milton,
telephone 626-5626.


Hounds in the Park to perform Saturday


Hounds in the Park,'fea-
turing the Hallelujah
Hounds is a family event
with great music, lots of fun
and plenty of free cotton
candy, popcorn and snow
cones. The Hallelujah
Hounds are a. life-size pup-
pet dog band that performs
oldies-style Christian music


with a lot of audience partic-
ipation. All ages are wel-
come! This event is not just
for kids the adults haVe a
great time as well.
The fun begins at 4 p.m.
at Carpenter's Park in
Milton. There is plenty of
green grass and a play-
ground at both events so


families can plan a picnic
and come join in the fun. It is
free no strings attached.
For more information
and directions to the park, go
t o
www.hallelujahhounds.com
or any other questions, call
675-1362.


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this weekend

Waters retire-
ment Reception
Waters Chiropractic
Clinic is inviting all to join
them for a retirement recep-
tion honoring Dr. William B.
Waters after 26 years of serv-
ice on Thursday, April 17 at
7 p.m. in the Family Life
Center of First Baptist
Church of Milton, 6797
Caroline Street in Milton.
Come and welcome Dr.
Eric Mitchell who will con-
tinue the tradition of quality
care to our community.

We the People
auditions to start
Santa Rosa Historical
Society and New Hope
Community Theatre
announces open auditions
for the July 4th celebration
production We the People to
be held at the Imogene
Theatre April 17 and 18 at 7
p.m. The cast age range is
18+ with several small roles
for senior citizens with gre-
garious personalities. For
more information call 623-
9179.

Christian Life
Church Yard Sale
Christian Life Church, locat-
ed at 44401 Avalon Blvd,
will be having a huge yard
sale on Saturday, April 19
from 7 a.m. to 1 p.m. All
proceeds will go to their
Youth Ministry. So come and
check it out!

Harold AOG Yard
Sale
Harold Assembly of
God, located at 10495
Goodrange Drive. Milton.
will be holding its annual
Yard and Rummage Sale on
Saturday. April 19, from 8
a.m. to 2 p.m. at the church.
There will be something for
everyone. All proceeds go
toward new windows for the
church. Everyone is invited
to come!

Strange Man of
Mud & Steel
Come out Friday, April 18 to
the church auditorium at
5288 Berryhill Rd (past
Anderson Lane) at 7 p.m. to
hear a prophecy seminar on
the strange man of mud and
metal. Admission is free.


Stephanie in concert
Stephanie Leavins
4 will be in concert for two
special services on
Sunday, April 20.
The first service she
will be in is at
A Chumuckla Pentecostal
Holiness Church, located


Stephanie will also
be at East Milton
Assembly of God, 5174
Ward Basin Road, Milton
at 6 p. m.
Pastor Decker and
Pastor Alvin Kolb would
like to extend a friendly
welcome to all for these
special services. For
more information, please
call 626-0696.


Ask the Preacher

...a weekly column answering your
Squestions,with Biblical answers about life.

Dear Pastor Gallups, "Sometime back, I read your
article about the actual crucifixion day of Jesus being on
Thursday and not Friday. I found your answer to be very
Biblical and enlightening. Along those same lines, what do
you believe about Jesus' fulfillment of the various Feasts
of Old Testament Israel?" J.T. Milton
Dear J.T.,
There are seven major Feasts that God's People were
commanded to celebrate. They can all be found in the
Book of Leviticus, Chapter 23.
I believe, as Jesus himself declared, that He is the ful-
fillment of ALL the Old Testament Scripture, prophecies
and Feasts. Since this is so, yes, I believe that there are
foreshadowings of the life, ministry, death, burial and res-
urrection in all the feasts. You can read my presentation of
this at www.hickoryhammockbaptist.org/sevenfeasts.pps.
However, since you referred specifically to the article
concerning the crucifixion day of Jesus, let me elaborate
on the three Feasts that Jesus directly fulfilled within the 3
to 4 days that involved his crucifixion and resurrection.
First, Jesus fulfilled the feast of the Passover by
becoming our "Passover Lamb." By his blood, the wrath
of God passes over us and we are saved by God's grace.
By that evening when the Jews sat down to their Passover
meal, little did they know that they had already chosen and
slain their "lamb."
Secondly, Jesus fulfilled the feast of Unleavened
Bread, which is concurrent with the Passover celebration.
Leaven is a picture of sin. Jesus was "unleavened" or with-
out sin. He was born in Bethlehem, which in Hebrew
means, "house of bread." He also declared that He alone
was the "bread of life."
Thirdly, Jesus perfectly fulfilled the Feast of First
Fruits. This feast always occurs on the first Sunday after
Passover. This was the celebration of the barley harvest,
the provision of God and the new life of spring crops. On
this day. Jesus rose from the dead as a "first fruit" to give
us new life!
J.T., each of the other feasts of Israel have similar
striking fulfillment in Jesus Christ. You can see why I
would urge all who are reading this to trust in Him. 'He is
in control of ALL history!
Carl Gallups is the Pastor of Hickory Hammock Baptist Church. in Milton. He has a Bachelor
of Science degree from Florida State University, and a Master of Divinity from The New Orleans
Baptist Theological Seminary. He has been pastor of HHBC since 1987. He serves as an
International Youth Evangelist for the Southern Baptist Convention preaching all over the U.S. and
Canada. For more information about HHBC, call 623-8959 or 626-8951, fax:623-0197. If you have
any questions for Ask The Preacher, send it to: Ask The Preacher, Hickory Hammock Baptist
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RESOLUTION
WHEREAS, Roy Stanley and Be-
linda Gay Burch-Godwin. PETI-
TIONED the Board of County
Commissioners of Santa Rosa
Count Florida, to vacate,
abandon, dicontinue and re-
nounce any interestand right of
the public in and to the follow-
ing described property to-wit:
Bonanza Court located in the
Borbarosa Ranchettes Subdivi-
sion adjacent to Lots 45-50 of
Block B As recorded in Deed
Book B, page 139, of the public
records ao Santa Rosa County,
Florida.
AND WHEREAS, The Board of
County Commissioners deter-
mined to have a public hearing
for the purpose of considering
the advisability of vacating and
abandoning said rights-oa-way,
and
WHEREAS, the Board of County
Commissioners have on this the
25th day of March, 2008, con-
ducted said public hearing in
conformity to the said publica-
tion of their intent, and
WHEREAS, after hearing all
comments concerning said vo-
cation of the above described
ri'hts-ov-wov, the Board, being
fu'y advised, and it being deter-
mined that the public interest
will be best served and pro-
tected by vacating and aban-
doning said rights-of-way, there-
fore,
BE IT RESOLVED by the Board
of County Commissioners of
Santa Rosa County, Florida,
that the said rights-of-way as
herein set out and described
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caTrust, ABFC Asseries 2006OPBa 1 Ci Please be advised that on the coistiftte an agreement
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ednesdayWe an W Husban U ow actment an Ordinance whose I- cation
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995-0789


2120
HAPPY JACK (R)
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growth on dogs & horses
due to 'hot spots' fungus
or mane dandruff. At
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2-FREE Roosters to a
good home.
623-0522


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



White antique electric
stove. Excellent condi-
tion. 1951 made by
General Motors. $600.
626-0570

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



General
Maintenance
-Carpentry-Painting
-Cleanin,
INSTALLATIONS
*Dryer vents'
*doors*windows
*dryer sinks*faucets
*disposals
Reasonable Rates
Call today for an esti-
matel
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GE Refrigerator,14 SERVICES NOT LIMITED
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Being used. 994-0051
Whriloool Dishwasher
brand new $225.00
Whirlpool 23,000 BTU
air condition, used 2
summers, excellent condi- ld Core
n $32500 Registered home in
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3130
25 ABSOLUTE Real
Estate Auction, April
19. Homes, Condos,
Land, Financinq Options:
Live, Online &Phone bid-
ding. VanDeRee Auction,
Since 1934,
(941)488-3600 Real-
tor/AU460.
IRS PUBLIC AUCTION
SALE Date: April 22,
2008 Time: 10:00AM
Registration: 9:00AM Lo-
cation: Pinellas County
Clearwater Courthouse
315 Court Street. Prop-
erty: A condominium,
829A East Gulf Blvd. In-
dian Rocks Beach, FL.
Visit:
www.irsauctions.,ov or
contact Sharon W, Sulli-
von, (954)654-9899.



Trusses, New, Never
Used. 28-trusses-33 feet
long. 6 on 12 pitch.
$10.00 each. All for
$200. 623-0583 or
623-4955


tor infants. [bummer
daycare) Mon-Fri.
623-1670



Dependable
Housekeeper
additional clients.
Over 15 years
of experience
References available
upon request
Call: 994-6236



Fences/ Decks/ Docks
Border to Border
Fence & Deck
Company
All tpes oF fencing in-
stalled and repaired.
Specializing in privacy
fencing and wooden
decks. Our privacy
fences are built with
SCREWS. Free Estimates,
485-2532.
www.bordertoborder-
fence.com


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

Doug's Lawn Service
Mowing & edging,
trimming bushes, tractor
work spreading dirt &
gravel, front end loader.
Owner operated and
locally owned.
Call 623-5370 or
(cell) 850-324-9149


Economy
Landscaping
Services provided:
*Lawn Maintenance
*Landscaping
*Hydro-seeding
Sodding
*Mulching
*Plant Beds
*Tractor Work
*Bush-hogging
*Gradlin
*Disking
*Paveslone
*Walkways
*Driveways
Patolios
*Retainer Walls
850-777-0394

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

K & N Lawn
Service
*Racking
-Mowing
*Edging
*Trimming
*Debris Removal
Very reasonable prices.
Licensed & Insured
850791-0861


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TREE SERVICE

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Cell: (850)206-7943
Office: (850)623-1987
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Clean-ups Raking

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Reasonable Rates Free Estimates
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Specializing in Privacy Fences
Our privacy fences are built with SCREWS
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Licensed & Insured
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LANDSCAPING
INC. of NW FL
Residential & Commercial
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*Sodding -Mulching
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-Bush-hogging *Grading
-Disking -Pavestone
*Walkways -Driveways -Patio
& Retainer Walls
(850) 777-0394


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*Spring Cleaning
*Haul Trash
*Install Privacy Fences
*Small Concrete Jobs
850-529-0192




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Painting &
Wallpapering
*Drywall repairs & patch
work
*Pressure cleaning
homes, decks, patios,
& sidewalks)
*Carpentry work (crown
molding, ponelinq,
install cabni'ls, build
decks, trim, base &
case)
*Residential
interior/exterior.
Family owned business,
over 30 years.
Call the Ericksens today!
(850) 723-2550 or
623-6034




Stewartns Tractor
Works & Land
Clearing
Tree & stump removal,
debris removal & storm
cleanup, bush hoggin &
discing backhoe woar,
demolition & hauling
516-1801 or 675-4291
Licensed & Insured




Shaws Tree
Service
Tree Trimming &
Complete Removal
Licensed & Insured
Mike & Tammy Shaw
owners
850-206-7943





Milton Garden
Club
Approximately 2000 sq
ff available for your
rental needs at afforda-
ble prices. Check us outll
626-2003


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Front & Back
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Posey Rear Tine $700
--- Craftsman Rototiller,
rarely used/excellent
condition $350
623-4397
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Large China Cabinet
Traditional Style, large
china area, silver cdrawe
and storage with light.
Excellent condition.
$300. 994-4875


S 3230 1
Milton
4/19, 7:30am-?
3945 Holleyberry Ln.
(Sundial Estates off
Bagdad exit) All kinds of
stuff. Don't miss this one!!
Milton
Huge Church Wide
Yard Sale
April 19th, 7am-Ipm
Christian Life Church
4401 Avalon Blvd.
Proceeds go to youth
ministry.
Milton
Multi-Family
Corner of Garcon Point
Rd and Sundial
Subdivision. April 19th,
7am-?
Milton
Sat. April 19th,
7am-12pm. 6652 Maple
St. Odds and ends.
Milton
Thurs-Sat., 8am-?
5300.Kenneth Rd.
Leaf bagger, misc.,
clothes, shoes and many
items.
Pace
Sat. 4/19, 8am-2pm
Sandlake Plaza on
Woodbine Rd. in Pace
Look for signs & Support
the Boy Scouts




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swers in this book. Buy
and read Self Analysis by
L. Ron Hubbard. Price
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813)872-0722 ~ Email
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12.5 hp Riding Mower
38" cut with bagger, fully
tuned, $375.00
983-2364

16' x6 1/2' utility
trailer with wire ramp.
$1200. 287-1937

AIRLINES ARE HIRING
Train for high paying Avi-
ation Maintenance Ca-
reer. FAA approved pro-
gram. Financial aid if
qualified-Job placement
assistance. Call Aviation
Institute of Maintenance.
(888)349-5387.

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*Paralegal *Computers,
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Computer available, Fi-
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BERNINA DECO 650
Versatile embroidery
machine with 50
motifs. Practical acces-
sories, embroidery
cards with thousands of
designs. $800.00
995-0520

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etc. Only one signature
required *Exclues govt.
fees! Call weekdays
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ext.600. 8am-6pm) Alta
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1977.

Looking to buy a 20
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.

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mous Roach Tablets,
Guaranteed to kill
roaches since 1922.
Over 100 tablets treats
entire home, less than
$5. Sold at Publix, Ace
Hardware Stores,
(800)637-0317.


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sales experience a must
9am to 6pm Daily;
Please call Mr. Thomas
1-800-709-7364 fax re-
sume to (850)983-1400.
TRANSFER DRIVERS
NEED 40 CDL CLASS A
OR B DRIVERS TO
TRANSFER MOTOR
HOMES STRAIGHT
TRUCKS' TRACTORS,
AND BUSES. YEAR
ROUND WORK.
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*3/2 Home 6603 Park
Ave. Milton $650*
*4/2 Home 7035
Marissa Point Rd. MUl-
ton $1400* .
*3/2 Home 4821
Makenna Cir. Pace
$1250


"3/2 Home
Marcus Cir.,
$800


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*3/2 MH 4113 Ad-
ams Rd. Pace $650
*3/2 Home 3868 Suli
Valley Ct., Milton $950(
Santo Rosa Realty
623-0077


623-2120 for details


IV BAPTIST
JAY HOSPITAL

JAY HOSPITAL IS ACCEPTING
APPLICATIONS FOR THE FOLLOWING:
CNA-FT; 7a-7p or 7p-7a, HS/GED with current FL CNA certifi-
cate
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REGISTERED NURSE ER; FT: 7P-7A; FL LICENSE
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20x20 to 100x 00
Quality for big advertis-
ing discount
Up to 50% off, Can
erect www.scg-grp.com
Source#OZC
850-266-7394

STEEL BUILDINGS
FOR SALE! "Rock Bot-
tom Pricesi" Widths vary
from 10' to 80'. Various
shapes, heights and
lengths. Manufactured
serving America since
1980. Pioneer
(800)668-5422.
*:-(2) Future Beach self
bailing Paddle Boats.
:-(1) clear bottom kayak,
made by Innovex.
+.. (1) yellow Mailbu Two
kayak brand new.
* (1) 6'4" Fish surfboard
shaped by Watercooled.
Please call for prices,
850 698-6334
WANTED
Old roofing tin. Will pick
up. 983-8042
WANTING TO BUYI
VINTAGE ANTIQUE
FIREWORKS and fire-
cracker related items
wanted. Will pay cash.
Please call
(507)458-5204.







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

44100 m I

AWESOME FIRST
JOB!! Now Hiring
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NEW ffIIAY
Bldg Const/Skilled Trade
Electricians &
Helpers
needed for Holiday Inn@
125 Cracker Barrel Rd.
Must have experience in
commercial wiring.Call
850-393-3519 for ap-
pointment,
eb ID #27801703
BODYGUARDS
COUNTER ASSAULT
TEAMS Needed/USA
AND OVERSEAS
$199-$220K year. Body-
guards $250-$750 a
day 18 or older.
(615)885-8960 ext 300
www.BodyGuardTrain-
ingUSA.com.
Driver Trainees
Needed. No CDL? No
Problem! Earn up to
$900/wk. Home week-
ends with TMC. Com-
mrany endorsed CDL
raining.
1-866-280-5309
Driver-BYNUM
TRANSPORT needs
qualified drivers for Cen-
tral Florida-Local & Na-
tional OTR positions.
Food grade tanker, no
hazmat, no pumps, great
benefits, competitive pay
& new equipment.
1866)GO-BYNUM. Need
years experience.
Drivers: ASAP!
Sign-On Bonus 35-42
cpm Earn over $1000
weekly Excellent Benefits
Need CDL-A and 3 mos
recent OTR
(800)635-8669
EARN UP TO $550
WEEKLY. Helping the
government. PT No Expe-
rience. Excellent Oppor-
tunity. Call Today!!
80 )488-2921 Ask for
Department G5.
Need helper for lawn
service maintenance.
Drivers License helpful.
850-626-1043
Needed mature female
companion to live in
home with elderly lady.
light housekeeping du-
ties, cooking, driving,
etc. Call for interview.
623-1914 or 449-1795
Part-Time maintenance
man needed. East Gate
Mobile Home Ranch
626-8973
Personal Care/Service
Babysitters!"
Sunshine is hiring Now.
http://resortchildcare.com
to apply-
888-609-8979.
POST OFFICE NOW
HIRING! Avg. Pay,
$20/hour or $57K an-
nual ly including Federal
Benefits and OT. Placed
by adSource not Aff.
w/UPS who hires.
(866)483-6562.
Sales Opportunity
The nation's leading
truck-driving school is
seeking a full-time sales
person for its Milton re-
cruiting office. All leads
are provided (no cold
calls). No truck driving


REALESTATE FORRENT
6100 Bosiness/
Commercial
6110 Apartments
6120 Beach Rentals
6130 Condo/ownhouse
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
Warehouse space
approx. 1200 sq ft.
$500/mth 324-8337
Milton Warehouse
Space Available, Huge
Building can
accomodate:
App. 600 sq ft for $250
App. 900 sq ft for $375-
App 1400 sq ft for $575
App 1700 sq t for $775
App 2000 sq ft for $900
App 3000 sq ft for
$1250
255-4004


S6110 -
1 Bedroom unfumished apart-'
ment. Great for seniors, $400
month plus deposit. 626-0287
If no answer leave message.
Milton
2/BR 1/BA $575/mth
1/BR 1/BA $500/mth'
Deposit $250 includes
water and trash pick up.
Call 983-2969 Mon-Fri.i
Milton "
2/BR 1/BA, ceramic
tile floors, laundry room.'
$600 damage deposit
$600 monthly ren. Avail-
able now. Ask for Sheree
623-2500
Milton
2-bedroom apartment
for rent on Grace St.
Fenced back yard. No
pets. Water furnished. '
$450/mth $250/dep..-
all 623-5734 or
626-0740 ;

Milton
3/2 N. Milton Area
$525 month "
341-8128
Milton
4-plex reduced
$199,500 A,
341-8128
Milton
Unfurnished 2/BR
duplex, $550/mth
$400!dep. No pets.
Call: 94-7246


NEtEW TrAY
Navarre- Lg WF 1 br,
1 ba private pool, W/D
$75mo. Call 85
516-5696




Navarre
Waterfront
Development
Now Leasing!
3 br 3 ba condos from
$1050/mo. Gated com-
munity with waterfront
pool. Call 888-600-PIER
(7437). C ,V
www.pier23navarre.c'rn




*2/2 Home 7867
South Aiport Rd. E Mil-
ton $825*


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61...... 40....
3BR/2BA Foreclosure!
$311,000! Only
$199/Mo! 5'% down 20
years @ 8",< apr. Buy,
4/BR $477/Mo! For list-
ings 800)366.9783 Ext

Baqdad
4043 Raven, fenced
back yoad. nice. 3/2
$800/mtlh $800/dep.
698-8337

East Milton
2/BR 1/BA Newly re-
m odeled, Washer dryer
650/mth $500/deposit
983-9061

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/securily
623-4409
Milton
3/2 $650/mlh
$650/deposit,
232-9700 "

Milton
3/BR 2/BA double car
Tarage, available now.
military clause honored.
Pets allowed with pet fee.
925/mth
800/deposit. Call
850-501-0273 or
529-7899

Milton
3/BR 2/BA, newly
remodeled. Fenced in
back yard. $850/mth
$850/dep. 501-6220or
686-0602

Milton
3BR/2BA, 1 car gar-
age near Whiting. $800
month. 232-9700
Milton
4/2/2 $1 275
Thousand baks, Avail,
June 15, 08.
850-826-0832

Milton
Clean 2/BR 1/BA,
stove, ref No pets,
non-smoking environ-
ment. Berryhill area.
$795/rent $700/dep.
994-5946

Milton
Newer Home near
Whiting Field, 3/2,
with extra large room.
7255 Birdie lane. No
ts, $795/mth
800/dep. 221-6015
for more info.

Milton
Several-houses for
rent 3/1.5, fenced back
yard, 6504 College Dr.
and 3/2 6449 Lark Ave.
Rents from $600 to $700
Deposits $500. Reduced
rents for qualified appli-
cants. 255-1459 or
994-0179

Milton
Small house for rent on
Cedar St. Great for sen-
iors. Rent $450, deposit
$250. Call 6260740 or
623-5734 No pets.
Pace
5 Points area 3/2,
sun room, fire pace, pri-
vacy fenced, 2-car gar-
age. $1150/mth
$800/dep.
(850)255-2590




Milton
Glover Lane. Unfurnished
room with bath. Refrig &
microwave available. No
laundry facilities, pets, al-
cohol, drugs. Must have
cell phone and
vehicle.$75/wk Cell:
850)206-1299
11 am-11 pm)




Jay/Milton/Pace
Rentals 2 & 3 bed-
rooms. $400-$650 per
month.Section 8/Hud ac-
cepted. Call 994-5703

Milton
I Mile north of Milton
High School. 2/BR MH,
like new. A/C, dish-
washer, dryer & fenced
in yard: Quiet neighbor-
hood. $450/mth
$350/dep. 623-8753

Milton
irMile south of Whiting
Field. 2/BR, with air,
covered entry & all elec-
tric. Just remodeled,
;washer hook up.
$400/mth $300/dep.
unfurnished. Includes gar-
bage pick up. No pets.
623-8753

Milton
2/BR 1/BA FDR on Av-
alon Blvd. Total Electric,
626-8973

Milton
2/BR 2/BA, HUD ac-
cepted. No pets.
$625/mth $600 deposit
9,81-9397
Milton
2/BR 2/BA, Total
Electric, d/w. East Gate
Mobile Home Ranch.
626-8973


Milton
3/BR 2/BA Dou-
blewide 4226 Dogwood
Court $600/mth
tal electric. Bay rest Re-
aly

Milton
4336 Sunshine Park Dr.
4/BR 2/BA Doublewide,
covered entry, all elec-
tric, CH&A. Water & gar-
bage included. Fenced
back yard and covered
deck. No pets,
$650/th $400/dep,
Deposit and 1/2 mths
rent to move in.
623-2567 or 623-8753

Milton
5113 Ridgway Blvd.
2/BR 2/BA total electric,
private lot. $525/mlh
$300/dep. No pets. Bay
Crest Realty
994-7918


........... ... ....617 0 ]
Milton
Large 2/2 all electric,
new vinyl new carpet,
clean and good neigh-
bars. 6555 Polominl off
Hwy 87. $495/rmth
$2o5/dep. 698-6189 or
332-779/
Milton
Quiet Park 2006
2/BR 2/BA. No Pets,
non-smoking, $545 per
onthr plus deposit.
626-1552
Munson, Florida
For Rent
late model 4/2 dor-
blewide in excellent con-
dition on 7 acres, 2 stall
barn/garage, fenced
pasture conveniently Io-
cated off munson hwy in
blackwater state forest.
13 miles from milton.
$800/month.
828-297-2881
caylorflies@skybest.com
Off Avalon Blvd
2/BR, covered entry, all
electric, CH/A, just re-
modeled. Water & gar-
baee included.
$425/mth $300/dep.
No pets. 623-8753
Pace
1/1 in park. $435/mth
$200/dep. No pets. Bay
Crest Realty
994-7918
Pace
3/BR 2/BA dou-
blewide, 4832 Guernsey
Rd. $750/mth
$500/dep. No pets, to-
tal electric. Bay Crest Re-
994-791 8
Pace/Chumuckla
2/1 recently remodeled.
All electric. Covered front
porch. $395 plus de-
94.-8865 or 994-6212
Pea Ridge
2/1 in Jab Court,
$450/mth $200/dep.
Total Electric, no pets.
Bay Crest Realty
994-7918


REAL ESTATE FOR SALE
7100 Holes
7110 Bnach Homi e/
Property
7120 Comimercial
7130 Condoirownhouse
7140- Forms & Ranches
7150 Lots and Acreage
7160 Mobile Homes
7170 Watrfront
7180 Investment
Property
7190 Out-of-Town
Real Estate
7200 Tlmeshare



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NEW .roof
Milton
REDUCED
3 BR/2BA 1625 SQ FT
brick home well cared
for, 1.25 fenced acres,
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and separate shower in
master bath. 9 ft. ceilings
downstairs, fireplace,
separate living room/
dining room. 2 car gar-
age. Beautiful, quiet wa-
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$250K. Come see to be-
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trout stream in the Galax
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