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Title: The Santa Rosa press gazette
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Publisher: Milton Newspapers, Inc.
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Place of Publication: Milton Fla
Publication Date: April 23, 2008
Copyright Date: 2009
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Wrong inmate released


7 Endangered juvenile is


By BILL GAMBLIN
bgamblin@stpressgazette.corn
The Santa Rosa County Sheriff's "Office
is -looking for a Pace resident.
Scott Earl Menefee, 36 of Pace, is being
sought by local law enforcement after he was
mistakenly released from the Santa Rosa
County Jail due to a clerical error by a jail
clerk.
Menefee, who was serving a misde-
meanor jail sentence for violating his proba-


sought


tion concerning a non-
violent crime was
released Friday.
Menefee's brother,
who was identified in a
release from Sgt. Scott
Haines was set to be
released Friday, but Scott
Menefee was released in
his place.
Menefee is described Menefee


as a white male with
brown hair and brown
eyes, who stands 6-1 and
weighs 160 pounds.
Ajudge has issued an
order to return Menefee
to the custody of the
Santa Rosa County Jail
following his inadvertent
release.
Anyone with infor-
mation concerning
Menefee or his where-


Ammons


abouts is asked to contact
the Santa Rosa County
Sheriff's Office or Crime
Stoppers at 437-STOP
(7867).
Deputies are also
searching for a missing/
endangered juvenile
who is believed to be
with a Milton man with
an extensive criminal
history.
See RELEASE Page 4A


Central to hold



march on Friday


By JENI SENTER
jsenter@srpressgazette. corn
Students at Central High
School are going to be
'Marching to Michigan' on
April 25 for a fellow Jaguar
in need of medical treatment.
Cody Meadows, 14, is a
seventh grader at Central
who was diagnosed two
years ago with a rare degen-
erative disorder called
Hereditary Spastic
Paraplegia. Only 20,000
people have this mutation.
The disease is causing
Meadows to lose his ability
to walk and will eventually
progress to spasticity and
weakness of the affected
muscles.
Students and faculty at
Central High are raising the
money to send Meadows to
see a specialist in July.


The school is having a
festival and 929 lap relay,
one lap for each mile to the
doctor's office in Ann Arbor,
Michigan.
The student who com-
pletes the most laps will be
recognized. Every student
who participates will receive
a free drink and snack.
Students began soliciting
donations on Friday, each
student was asked to set a
personal goal of collecting a
minimum of $10. The stu-
dent who collects the most
donations will be recog-
nized.
Funds are being collect-
ed in an account established
by the school called the
"Central High School Cody
Meadows Fund."' After all
donations 0re collected, a
See CENTRAL Page 4A


Milton and Pace High School students starring in "High
School Musical" held a rehearsal on Saturday at Milton High
School.
Press Gazette photo by Jeni Senter

'High School Musical'


is a combined effort


By JENI SENTER
,jsenter@srpressgazette.com
Rival schools Milton
High and Pace High put
aside their competitive
natures to collaborate on a
,joint venture in 'High School
Musical.'
At the rehearsal on
Saturday, these area teens
made their talent and cooper-
ation with each other obvi-
ous. This play is an exciting


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show of teamwork from two
local high schools.
Pace High School's
Valerie Session is thrilled to
be able to see students from-
two rival schools form bonds
and cooperate. "It's been an
amazing experience to watch
the students work together.
Throughout the rehearsals, it
hasn't been Milton students
and Pace students; it has just
See MUSICAL Page 4A


Building future could be decided soon


County Commissioners will be looking to make a decision on what will be the future of the former Santa Rosa County Clerk
Records building on Willing Street. The building, which is an appendage to the historic Fisher and Hamilton Building, could be
repaired, renovated, or completely torn, down based on the options presented for the commissioners to consider.
Press Gazette photo by Bill Gamblin



What will the county do?


By BILL GAMBLIN
bgamblin@srpressgazette.com
County Commissioners
could decide the fate of a
building in the Historic
Downtown District of
Milton.
The small appendage
building adjacent to the
Fisher and Hamilton
Building on the corner of
Willing and Highway 90 was
the focus of a great deal of
debate between commission-
ers during Monday's com-
mittee meetings.
Following an insurance
claim the county received
nearly $315,000 for damages
to the building, which previ-
ously housed the Santa Rosa
County Court Clerk's
Records.
Three options commis-
.sioners are pondering are to
spend $150,000 for tempo-
rary repairs and needs of the


building to bring it back to
pre-hurricane conditions,
spend roughly $79,000 to
tear the appendage down and
make repairs to the Fisher
and Hamilton Building, or
renovate the building at a
cost of well over $500,000.
Before moving to put
this matter on the agenda for
Thursday's meeting there
was a lot of discussion on
what could possibly become
of the 3,000 square foot
building and if it could be
used for in the future.
Commissioner Bob Cole
brought with him a request
from the Santa -Rosa Arts
Council, who could possibly
be interested in using the
building and then try to get
some grant dollars to do fur-
ther work.
This did not seem to sit
well with Santa Rosa County
Commission Chairman John


Broxson, who wants to see
the building remain avail-
able if things are needed
until the judicial center issue
is settled.
"I think we need to do a
good job and shore it up,"
said Broxson. "Let's look at
doing thit and doing it right.
"We don't know when
the judicial center issue
might be settled so we could
have a way to make some
provisions on an interim
basis."
Despite Broxon's plan
for the building the consen-
sus seemed to be taking the
building down and then look
at using the money else-
where, such as the cost over-
runs at the courthouse
involving land work and util-
ities.
"History is history, that
is my inclination," said
Commissioner Gordon


Goodin. "Sometimes it is
better to cut your losses and
move on.
"If this was some other
building and we didn't own
it we would start condemna-
tion proceedings since the
damage exceeded the 50-
percent rule. .I think we
should be held accountable
and fall in line with what
everyone else is held to the
standard of."
Goodin expressed the
need to take the excess
money and put it to better
use for the citizens.
"We can tear that build-
ing down and allow that area
to redevelop with recon-
struction," 'said Goodin. "It
is a 3,000 square foot build-
ing we can only use 1,500
square feet of.
"Let's liquidate and put
the excess money towards
See DECISION Page 4A


By BILL GAMBLIN
bgaimblin@srpressgazette. corn
Letters have gone out
and groups in Santa Rosa
County are looking for ways
to help fund the Emerald
Coast Honor Flight so World
War II vets in Santa Rosa
County can hopefully see the
monument erected in their
honor.
When initial talks began,
it was believed it would only
take $300 to send a veteran,
but as the process has taken
shape the actually cost per
veteran is around $800.
To help cover these costs
many groups in Santa Rosa
County have sent out a letter
signed by the mayors and
leaders across the county.


Later this month 100
veterans will be flying to
Washington D.C. for the first
honor flight from this area,
but there is a waiting list and
some 200 more veterans
from the area might not get
to go if the funds are not
available.
Santa Rosa County is
looking to help fund the
flights for those from Santa
Rosa County by raising
some $25,000 by April 30tr
and then phase II would
require an additional
$55,000 to cover the veter-
ans from Santa Rosa County
who have already signed up.
"It doesn't matter if you
donate $10, $50, or what
See VETS Page 4A


Spears


Veterans working


on $25,000 goal


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Santa Rosa Kids House on Stewart Street in Milton is hold-
ing their dedication ceremony at 2 p.m. today. Pete
Morgan was one of several volunteers doing yard work for
the dedication.
Press Gazette photo by Bill Gamblin










Obituaries


SPEAK


OUT


Saturday, 9:22 a.m.
Hi, this is Ann. This is
the second time 1 called and
you all have not printed the
first time I called. I guess
you are either scared of the
Board of County
Commissioners or you are
in their pockets.
But for whatever rea-
son. I think they need to
realize the Santa Rosa
County Board of
Commissioners are elected
officials. They do not or
should not make decision as
far as selling Santa Rosa
County land that they do not
own.
The people of Santa
Rosa County own it, the
residents do, not the Board
of County Commissioners
and they should not have
the authority or the audacity
to make the decision to sell
it. It is not theirs.
Thank you.
Editor's Note: The
Santa Rosa County Board of
Commissioners do business
on behalf of the citizens and
if they didn't sell land the
county owns, then we would
not have an industrial park
or other such things in the
county.

Friday, 12:46 p.m.
This is Ed. I would like
to thank the road and bridge
people for doing a fine job
when they came out and
fixed our road.
They fixed up the ditch
where it rained and cleaned
it up real nice. I think they
did. a fantastic job. Thank
you very much.

Via on-line
The original doctor is
the one that set all this in
motion by not listening to
Erin and by his ignorance of
lissencephaly. It is certainly
understandable that doctors
can't know everything, but
the initial problem here is
Erin's opinion was dis-
counted. If you have ever
had your civil liberties defe-
cated on relating from
attempts to get health care
and not being believed, then
you know how disconcert-
ing it is to be depending on
people who are making
things more complicated.
There is a bigger issue at
stake here regarding
patients rights and civil lib-
erties. Things like this
might only happen one out
of 5000 times, not that that
is a real statistic, the point is
for the one person it hap-
pens to it is really hard to
have the people your
depending on making things
worse.
You may Speak Out
any time, day or night. Just
call our Speak Out line at
623-5887 and leave your
message.


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NOTICE OF PUBLIC MEETINGS
All Board of County Commissioner Meetings and other county department meetings
are held at the County Administrative Center, Commissioner's Board Room, 6495
Caroline Street, Milton, Florida, unless otherwise indicated
Tourist Development North End Committee May 1 8:30 a.m.
Santa Rosa Corny Chamber of Commerce
5247 Stewart St. Milton
Zoning Board of Adjustments May 1 5:30 p.m.
Commission Committee May 5 9:00 a.m.
Marine Advisory May 6 5:00 p.m.
SRC Housing Coalition May 7 Cancelled
Conference Room. 6051 Old Bagdad Hwy.. Milton
Commission Regular May 8 9:00 a.m.
FL Division of Emergency Management
Senior Leadership Briefing May 8 1:00 p.m.
Fire Protection Board of Adjustment and Appeals May 8 4:00 p.m.
Conference Room, 6051 Old Bagdad Hwy., Milton
Local Planning Board May 8 6:00 p.m.
Navarre Architectural Advisory Board May 13 3:00 p.m.
NavarreChamber of Commerce
8543 Navarre Parkway, Navarre
District 5 Recreational Advisory Committee May 13 3:00 p.m.
South End Service Center
5841 Gulf Breeze Parkway, Gulf Breeze
Tourist Development South End Committee May 14 9:00 a.m.
Visitors' Cener. 8543 Navarre Parkway, Navarre
Community Or anizations Active in Disasters (COAD) May 14 11:30 a.m.
CountiAudit6rium, 4530 Spike's Way, Milton
Local Mitiqation Strateqy Meetinq May 14 1:00 p.m.
Conference Room, 605 Id Bagdad nwy,, Milton
Building Code Board of Adjustments May 14 2:30 p.m.
Conference Room. 6051 Old Bagdad Hwy, Milton
Commission Committee May 19 9:00 a.m.
Emergency Services Advisory Committee May 21 2:00 p.m.
Tourist Development Council Meeting May 21 3:00 p.m.
Santa Rosa County Chamber of Commerce
5247 Stewart St., Milton
Aviation Advisory Committee May 21 5:00 p.m.
Commission Regular May 22 9:00 a.m.
Commission Special Rezoning Meeting May 22 6:00 p.m.
Utility Board May 26 Cancelled
Bagdad Historical Architectural Advisory Board May 28 8:30 a.m.
Conference Room, 6051 Old Bagdad Hwy, Milton
SHIP Partnership Advisory Committee May 28 3:00 p.m.
Conference Robiom6051 O Bagdad Hwy.Milton
Parks and Recreation May 28 5:30 p.m.
Agendas and minutes are also available at www.santarosa.fl.aov. All meetings held in the
Board Room can be viewed live and/or replayed at tis web site by selecting he meeting
from the main page,


Ward, Ray
Carlton
1925- 2008
Most of us take a new
day for granted. We
expect the dawn and the
rising sun. Today though
for our Dad there is no ris-
ing sun. Our Dad passed
away Friday, April 11,
2008 without warning.
Without anytime to say
goodbyes. Today we are
saying our goodbyes to
him and we are finding it
very hard because we had
no -preparation for his
parting.
He was preceded in
death by both parents-
Isaac Dewey Ward and
Maude Ward Kelly; broth-
er-William Dewey Ward


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(WD) and a grandson-
Nicholas Addison Barron.
He is survived by his
loving wife of 60 years-
Sarah Lee Ward; 5 chil-
dren and grandchildren;
son--Stephen Anthony
(Linda) Ward, children-
Stephen & Michael;
daughter-Pam Ward
(Larry) Suarez, children-
Whitney & Matthew;
son-Richard Carlton
(Haerim) Ward, his son-
Alex; son-Marcus David
(Sharon) Ward, children-
David, James, Eleana and
Sophia; daughter-Dona
Ward (Jerry) Barron, chil-
dren-Andrew Carlton
Kilgore & Savannah
Barron; his sister-Dot
Ward (Fred) Williams;
many nieces and nephews.
Our dad was a World
War II veteran of the
European Theater. He was
a civil servant for 30 years
before he retired.
Life gives us no guar-
antees and for our Dad,
his time had come. He,
like all of us, had his
thoughts and plans. He
like all of us had people
whom he loved. He, like
all of us, had dreams...
Today they are shattered
dreams, just as'our hearts
too are broken.
Dad was laid to rest on


Monday, April 14, 2008 at
Bayview Memorial
Gardens on Scenid
Highway, Pensacola.
Dad had a strong faitli
and would have no object!
tion to going to his Makit
so soon. Although ie
would of course hated to
leave his loved ones.
I think though he
would have known that
his God would comfort
the broken-hearted in the
years to come. Certainly
Dad will be with them idi
spirit. Just now, it is a day
for emptiness. We are left
to come to terms with out
shock and our grief. It will
take time, but someday
we'll smile when we
remember him. Someday
we will recover and life
will go on without Dad. It
will be a different life, a
sadder experience, but 'it
will be enriched by out
memories. Those memo-
ries of Dad will be of
someone who, like a
comet that lit up our lives
for just a short time.
We love ydu
Daddy...May you rest in
peace.
Let the family know
you care. Sign the guest
book under news/obituar-
ies at
www.srpressgazette-.com


April is child abuse


prevention month


The Family Resource
Program of Santa Rosa,
Inc.'s mission is to pre-
vent child abuse and neg-
lect through crisis assis-
tance and co-ordination of
community services. Our
goal is to keep the family
safe and stable.
The statistics on child
abuse or neglect are stag-
gering according to the
Children's Home Society
of Florida website.
National Statistics
show that: everyday 2,
383 children are abused or
neglected; four children
are killed by abuse or
neglect every day; during
Federal Fiscal Year 2005,
1.460 children died from
abuse or neglect. Of these
fatalities more than 75%
were younger than the age
of 4; an estimated
889,000 children were
victims of child abuse or
neglect in 2005; and in
2005, nearly 84% of the
perpetrators were parents.
Florida Statistics show
that: In 2006, there were
more than 206,000 reports
of child abuse or neglect.
In 2006, 171 children died
as a result of abuse or neg-
lect in Florida. Youngest
children experience the
highest rate of fatalities.
Ninety-five percent of the
deaths were preventable.
Of the perpetrators, 83
were parents. Drowing
was the leading cause of
child abuse/neglect in
2006. Florida has the
highest un-intentional
drowning rate for children
ages 1 to 4.
Child abuse and neg-
lect costs the U.S. $94 bil-
lion every year (direct and
indirect). Annual cost of
child abuse and neglect
equates to $1,461.66 per
U.S. family.
Child abuse and neg-
lect devastates entire fam-
ilies and affects communi-
ties by adversely impact-


ing our social service sys-
tem, civil and criminal
justice system, educationT
al system, health care sysz
tem and the workplace. It
also impacts the child in
many ways: leads to cog-
nitive delays and emotion
al difficulties, psychologi-
cal problems such as;
depression and anxiety,
lowers their GPA by 32
percent, drug use by 43
percent, may lead to vio-
lence by 70% and preg-
nancies by 52%.
Family Resource of
Santa Rosa, Inc. provides
financial assistance, food;
clothing, assists with par-
enting classes, some med-
ication, etc. in order to
keep the family safe,
intact, and stable. I,n
March, Family Resour.e
assisted 20 families (36
children and 26 adults)
with food, diapers,
clothes, etc. Also, 13 famr
ilies (25 children & 1-4
adults) were assisted with
financial assistance.
This is done with help
from United Way, individ-
ual donations of cash;
clothing, food and work-
ing closely with other
agencies such as Tri-
County, Interfaith
Ministries, Navarre
United Methodist Church,
Family Promise and local
families.
Family Resource wish-
es to thank everyone f8o
their support in the past
years. Family Resource is
located at 6860 Caroline
Street, Suite 6, Milton, FL
32570. Telephone number
is 850.626.2054. At this
time there is a great need
for clothes for teen chil.
dren, food, diapers, and
cash assistance. An)
donations would be great!
ly appreciated.
For further informa.
tion, call Jo Ann Smith at
626.2054.


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Sheriff's Report


This is the Sana Rosa
Cumntv Sheriff s Report from
March 20 to March 31, 2008
Duffey, Randall Lee;
Male: 4[p5: 2900 Oak
Harbor Drive, Navarre; DUI,
DUI and Damage Property.
3/21/08
Frazzetta. Steven
NMN; Male; 32: 710 Scenic
-Hly., Pensacola; DUI
Alcohol or Drugs 2nd
Offense. 3/21/08
J.ames, Tommy
Coleman: Male; 30: 293
Beech Rd, Ovett, MS; DUI.
"/23/08
Knox. Jeremy Daniel;
Male; 27; 3356 La Leyenda
Ct, Gulf Breeze; DUI.
3/22/08
Medeiros, William
Raymond; Male; 52; 5431
Cynthia St, Milton; DUI.
3/20/08
Smith, Teri Lynn;
Female; 25; 2680 McCranie
Rd, Milton; DUI. 3/20/08
Williams, Donna
Jenelle; Female; 21; 1993
Blankenship Rd, Navarre;
DUI. 3/21/08
Currington, Jr.,
Tommie; Male; 51; 209
Sessions St, Milton;
Piobation Violation-Felony.
3/24/08
S Lowery, Kasandra
S.usan; Female; 31; 3924
Adams Rd, Pace; Fraud-
False Owner Info Pawned
Items Less Than $300.
3/24/08
York, Vernon Keith;
Male; 44; 1008 Bremen
Ave., Pensacola; Probation
Violation-Felony. 3/24/08
Holley, Samuel Jacob;
Male; 28; 9871 Barnhill Rd,
Milton; Probation Violation.
3124/08
SHatfield, Jason Frank;
Male; 27; 7671 Hidden Oak
Rd, Pace; Probation
Violation-Felony. 3/24/08
Davis, Jr., Cleveland
David; Male; 37; 5618
Woodland Lane, Milton;
Probation Violation-Felony.
3/24/08
Sullivan, Trevor James;
Male; 22; 6625 Trammel
Drive, Milton; Probation
Violation-Felony. 3/24/08
2 Ruiz, Sean Franklin;
Male; 22; 2125 Janet St.,
Navarre; Flee/Elude LEO,
Drive While License
Suspended, Probation
Violation-Felony. 3/24/08
Floyd, Elizabeth Ann;
Female; 28; 345 Triangle
Ave, Dayton, OH; Failure to
Appear for Felony Offense.
3725/08
' McArthur, Richard
Jhson; Male; 29; 5144
Westport Dr, Milton;
Battery-Touch or Strike
(domestic violence), Cruelty
Toward Child At That Could
Result in Physical Mental
Injury. 3/25/08
Tolbert, Tracie
Franklin; Female; 40; 6560
Pinto Ave., Milton;
Obstructing Justice
Intimidate Threaten Etc Vict
Witness Informant; 3/25/08
SWright, Jeffery Scott;
Male; 41; 4109 Adams Rd,
Pace; Fraud, Larceny.
3/25/08


Booker, Ronald Keith;
Male; 50; 6305 Mobile
Hwy., Pensacola; Probation
Violation-Felony. 3/25/08
Difabrizio. Richard
Antoine; Male; 18: 1774 St
Mary Dr., Gulf Breeze; Larc-
Theft is $300 or More But
Less Than $5,000. 3/25/08
Beck, William John;
Male; 52; 9333 Abb Pittman
Rd, Milton; Resist Officer-
Obstruct W/O Violence,
Drugs-Produce Other
Schedule III or IV. 3/26/08
Cain, Abbie Leigh;
Female; 32; 1105
Pepperidge Dr, Pensacola;
Probation Violation-Felony.
3/26/08
Jones, Gerry NMN;
Male; 51; 8140 Fourth St,
Navarre; Aggrav Battery
Cause Bodily Harm or
Disability (domestic vio-
lence). 3/26/08
Williams, Donald Keith;
Male; 34; 430 Twin Bay Dr,
Pensacola; Damage Prop-
Crim Misch $200 and Under,
Burgl Dwelling Structure or
Conveyance Armed, Larc-
Grand of Firearm, Larc-Petit
1st Off, Dealing in Stolen
Property. 3/26/08
Payne, Brit Eric: Male;
46; 104 Aqua Marine Drive,
Pensacola; Probation
Violation-Felony. 3/26/08
Boles. Megan Laura;.
Female; 23; 100 Redwood
Circle, Pensacola; Drive
While Lic Susp Habitual
Offender. 3/26/08
Wolters, Jennifer
Lynnette; Female; 31; 2280
Harvest Rd, Jay; Larc-Petit
1st Offense (14 cts.), Fraud-
Illegal Use Credit Cards-Use
More 2 Times 6 Mos Obt
Goods Money $100 More.
3/26/08
St. Germain, Earl
Thomas; Male; 45; 4644
Rambling Way, Pace; DUI
Alcohol or Drugs 2nd
Offense. 3/26/08
Kelley, Bridget Celeste;
Female; 37; 2844 Harvest
Rd, Jay; DUI. 3/26/08
Dean, Jason Anthony;
Male; 34; 3153 Linden Ave,
Gulf Breeze; Conservation-
Environment-Litter Over
500 pounds. 3/27
Green, Silena Louise;
Female; 39; 1411 W.
Highway 98, Mary Esther;
Probation Violation-Felony.
3/27/08
Johnson. Jacqueline
Jeanette; Female; 41; 5246
Gulf Breeze Pkway, Gulf
Breeze; Probation Violation-
Felony. 3/27/08
Kidd, Michael Dennis;
Male; 59; 9805 Chumuckla
Springs Rd, Jay; Failure to
Appear for Felony Offense.
3/27/08
Washburn, Carl Linn;
Male; 34; 3370 Timberlake
Dr, Keokuk, IA; Probation
Violation-Felony. 3/27/08
Cooper, Jr., Clifford
Lee; Male; 54; 4162
Woodville Rd, Milton;
Possess Cocaine, Narcotic
Equip-Possess And Or Use.
3/26/08
Guthrie, Marlene Nova-
Lee; Female; 45; 5861
McCall Rd, Pace; DUI,


Drugs-Possess Cntrl Sub
W/O Prescription. 3/26/08
Bolton, Robert Blaine;
Male; 48; 5003 Jab Ct, Pace;
DUI..3/27/08
Cushlnall, David
Chandler; Male; 38; 1271
Seven Springs, Marietta,
GA; DUI Alcohol or Drugs
2nd Offense. 3/26/08
Hayne, Alexander
Charles; Male; 19; 3945
Omega St., Pace; DUI.
3/27/08
Williams, Tracy
Michelle; Female; 23; 9174
Eagle Nest Drive, Navarre;
DUI and Damage Property.
3/27/08
Carrasco, Thomas
Anthony; Male; 21; 4129
Plant Ave., Pace; Out of
State Fugitive From Justice.
3/26/08
Causey, Authur Lee;
Male; 45; 922 Hayes St.,
Brewton, AL; Failure to
Appear for Felony Offense.
3/28/08
Dayt, Ronald NMN;
Male; 44; 5493 Sweet
Springs Dr., Powder Springs,
GA; Out of State Fugitive
From Justice. 3/30/008
English, Christopher
Steven; Male; 5943 Capitol
Dr, Gulf Breeze; Battery
Touch or Strike, Aggrav
Batter y Offender
Knew/Should Have Known
Vict Pregnant. 3/28/08
Delgallo. Jonathan
Adam; Male; 24: 1863 E.
Bobe St, Pensacola; DUI
Alcohol or Drugs 2nd
Offense. 3/30/08
Simmons. Donald
Patrick; Male; 51; 5309 Old
Oak Rd, Milton; DUI
Alcohol or Drugs 3rd
Violation More Than 10
YRS.
Thompson, Jr., John
Michael; Male; 39; .9521
Chumuckla Hwy, Jay; DUI.
3/29/08
Lucas, Camillia
Antoinette; Female; 23;
6788 Blue Lake Lane,
Memphis. TN; Burgl of
Structure Conveyance
Unarmed W/O Person
Inside, Larc-Theft is $300 or
More ButLess Than $5,000
(4 cts.), Larc-Petit 1st
Offense (2 cts.). Fraud-
Illegal Use Credit Cards Use
More 2 Times 6 Mos Obt
Goods Money $100 More (6
cts.). 3/26/08
Markes, Erin Brittni;
Female; 19: 4945 Andrea
Ln, Pace; Neglect Child-
Cause Great Harm. 3/26/08
Woolard, Skyler Craig;
Male; 19; 7501 Lakeside Dr.
Milton; DUI, Drugs-Possess
Cntrl Sub W/O Prescription,
Possess Cocaine. 3/29/08
McCann, Terry Lee;
Male; 31; 320 Production
Ave., Madison, AL; Battery
Touch or Strike (domestic
violence), Resist Officer-
Obstruct W/O Violence,
Drugs-Possess Cntrl Sub
W/O Prescription. 3/30/08
McGhee, Steven
Douglas; Male; 46; 4214
Bay Cedar Ln, Pace;
Battery-Touch or Strike,
Battery On Person-65 Years
of Age or Older. 3/30/08


Camp. .Ir.. Thomas
Austin; Male; 53; Homeless;
DUI 3/28/08
McMullen. Jack Lee;
Male; 24; 5919 Miller Bluff
Rd, Harold, FL; Battery
Touch or Strike (domestic
violence), Cruelty Toward
Child Infliction of Physical
or Mental Injury. 3/28/08
Pegel, Jr. William
Robert; Male; 49; 6479
Howard Ave, Milton; Crimes
Against Person Neglect
Elderly or Disabled Adult
Great Harm. 3/28/08
Phillips, Tonia Lea;
Female; 28; 6408 Bruce Ln,
Milton; Probation Violation-
Felony. 3/30/08
Ritz, Andreau Von;
Female; 46; 6479 Howard
Ave, Milton; Crimes Against
Person-Neglect Elderly or
Disabled Adult W/ Great
Harm. 3/28/08
Sandifer, Stephanie
Ann: Female; 26; 4331
Melton Rd. Milton;
Probation Violation-Felony.
3/30/08
Santy, Scott Allen;
SMale; 31; 6507 Willow Tree
Ct, Milton; Veh Theft -
Grand 3rd Degree. 3/30/08
Salter, Larry Ronell;
Male; 29; 835 Esconditas
Place, Pensacola; Smuggle
Contraband into Prison.
NDG.
Arsenault. Daniel
Lewis; Male; 16; 3935
Potosi Rd, Pensacola;
Burgl Structure
Conveyance Unarmed
W/Person Inside, Larc-
Grand Theft $5,000 Or
More Less Than $10,000.
3/29/08
Canarsky, Kenny
Castillo; Male; 38; 8214
Lifair Drive, Pensacola;
Drive While Lic Susp
Habitual Offender. 3/29/08
Harris. Denise Tanner:
Female; 37; 5712 Falcon
Dr.. Milton; Fraud-Non
Disclose Chng Status Pub
Aid $200 or More. 3/30/08
Laffoon. Cynthia
Marie; Female; 27; 2042
Hamilton Crossing
Cantonment; Larc-Petit 1st
Degree Property $100 to
Under $300. Cocaine-
Possess With Intent to Sell
Mfg Deliv Etc Schedule II.


Narcotic Equip-Possess
And or Use. 3/28/08
Rogers, Regina Kay;
Female; 31; 3478 Harvest
Rd, .ay; Battery Touch or
Strike (domestic violence),
Battery On Persons 65 Years
of Age or Older (domestic
violence). 3/28/08
Bourgeois III, James
Irving; Male; 20; 2163
Jeannie St, Navarre; Aggrav
Battery-Offender
Knew/Should Have Known
Vict/Pregnant (domestic vio-
lence), Resist Officer-
Obstruct W/O Violence.
3/30/08
Henderson, Gernaro
Deajaye; Male; 32; 5039
Mary St., Milton; Probation
Violation-Felony. 3/31/08
Martin, Larry Thomas;
Male; 40; 5582 Kingery Rd,
Milton; Lewd Lascv
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'As your Santa Rosa County Tax Collector, I would like to take this opportunity
'to make sure that everyone is aware of the availability of paying their taxes by
using the Installment Plan. You may now choose to pay your 2008 taxes by
taking advantage of this plan just as 1,260 Santa Rosa County taxpayers did
.for their 2007 taxes. The only qualifications are that
,your 2007 taxes must be $100 or greater per parcel
,and you must apply prior to May 1, 2008. An appli-
cation is available by accessing our "on-line forms"
section of www.robertmcclure.com and choosing form
#21. Simply print out the form, complete, sign, and
'either mail or drop off at any one of our five conven-
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application if you do not have internet access. Simply
call us at 983-1800 and request an Installment Plan
-Application form. If you choose to participate in the
Installment Plan for 2008 taxes, you would make quar-
terly payments in June, September, and December of 2008 and your final pay-
ment would be due in March of 2009. Please realize that the four payments
will not be equal due to varying discounts and the fact that the first two pay-
ments are based on 2007 taxes while the last two are based on 2008 taxes.
Discounts are also allowed on installment tax payments per Florida Statutes.

As always, thank you for allowing me and my staff to serve you. '



Robert G. McClure, CFC


Wednesday-April 23. 2008


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Woman wins State Hopping Contest
after using Thera-Gesic
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Release


continuedd I'rom Page One
Leah Rain Ammons, a
14-year-old white female,
is believed to be in the
company of Ricky Dale
Spears, a 43-year-old
white male, who is a con-
victed felon with an exten-
sive criminal history
which includes armed rob-
bery, burglary and nar-
cotics violations.
Spears driver's license


is suspended, but he has
been known to drive a
1992 gold four door Buick,
Florida Tag 140-VUL.
The juvenile was
reportedly picked up by
Spears, who is a known,
non-family acquaintance
of Ammons, from an all
night roller skate party in
Milton late Friday night.
From there, Spears and
Ammons allegedly went to


Spears' residence in
Munson. On Saturday, in
an attempt to locate
Ammons, deputies went to
Spears' residence in the
13000 block of Munson
Highway, but it is believed
that Ammons and Spears
fled into the woods and
were able to evade law
enforcement.
There is an active war-
rant for:' Spears for


Interference of Custody,
which is a third degree
felony.
Other charges may be
pending against Spears.
Anyone with information
concerning the location of
Ammons or Spears is
asked to contact the Santa
Rosa County Sheriff's
Office at 983-1190 or
Crime Stoppers at 437-
STOP.


Central Decision


WEDNESDAY, MAY 7TH SATURDAY, MAY 10TH. Come watch the
best golfers in the world at THE PLAYERS Championship. Then hit the party
at THE PLAYERS Downtown Experience in the heart of Jacksonville. Interactive
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THE PLAYERS'
DOWNTOWN EXPERIEiCE


Continued From Page One
check will be presented to the
parents of Meadows to use
toward the expenses of the trip
to Michigan.
Any donations left after
the trip will be used toward
modifications of the Meadows'
home to make it accessible for
Meadows' future needs.
Central High's Becky
Bondurant says the community
and the student body have all
worked together to help
Meadows have a better chance
in battling the disease.
"Central High School
SGA saw a need within our
Jaguar family. We, as a school
body and three communities,
have a strong history of doing
whatever we need to do to take
care of each other.
"Opportunities like these
assist the families in some
small way, but more than any-
thing they teach us a valuable
lesson in caring for others.
"We will all receive more
from assisting the Meadows
family personally, than we
could ever do for them," says
Bondurant.
The festival and relay will
start at 1 p.m. on Friday. Games
and activities will include the
three legged race, face paint-
ing, football toss, seed spitting
contest, sack race, cake walk.
and tricycle race, among oth-
ers.
Community members are
invited to come out and join in
supporting Meadows.
For more information
about this event or to donate to
the Meadows' medical fund,
call the school at 983-5640.


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RAY BEDWELL

One of the City of Milton's most impor-
tant units, its Sanitation Department, is
staffed, without question, with some of the
most efficient, dedicated, and committed indi-
viduals you'll find anywhere in the industry.
One of those who really makes a difference is
Ray Bedwell, currently Acting Supervisor in
charge of disposing of the entire: city's accu-
mulation of solid waste and debris.

Few people are aware of the never-end-
ing effort it takes to meet the obligations
imposed on the department from day to day.
Picking up solid waste is a constant, on-going
process that if left undone could cripple a
community tirieendously. In that regard,
Milton residents are fortunate to, have a gen-
ttleman in charge of the department who never
lets them down.


F For 17 years Ray has been involved in
P1the sanitation department in one way or
another, beginning as one who rode the back
of a garbage truck manually hoisting the
Ray Bedwell curb-side cans. Today he has worked his way
up to become the man in charge of supervis-
ing three residential and two commercial trucks that operate on a set schedule in addition to a
yard debris truck that operates four days a week. On any given day his department serves 450
to 500 families who haven't a clue where their waste goes once it leaves their curb.

It's not an easy job, considering the trials and tribulations encountered on any given run.
People either mix garbage and yard debris, pile debris on the curb in excess, or commit other
infractions that make Ray's job a hectic one. But dealing with the public requires that you
have to be diplomatic, he says, "And after all, we are dealing with the public!"

Ray enjoys his job and knows it well. Coming up through the ranks is the best experi-
ence one could ever get to'prepare himself for a supervisory job of this kind. There's hardly
anything he hasn't seen before, and usually has had the experience to deal with it, he said of
any infraction that occurs. We salute him for his integrity, ability, dedication, commitment,
and understanding. The public doesn't always appreciate the low profiled "... guy who gets it
done." But we do, knowing just how important his impact on our lives is!


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Continued From Page One
the modulars at the court-
house and save tax payer
dollars. This is no issue at all
since we can't make another
claim against the building."
Cole agreed to a portion,
but he would like to see the
brick and wood be salvaged
as well to help with the his-
toric Fisher and Hamilton
Building reconditioning.
"By taking the period
brick and wood from this
structure we can restore the
building," said Cole. "Then
we can take the property
minus 12 feet and try to help
the looks of downtown."
Commissioner Don
Salter spoke about waiting


till Thursday to see if the
Arts Council or someone
could come up with some-
thing.
It was pointed out if the
building was reconditioned
the addition of an elevator
and accessible restrooms
would be necessary for the
second floor;
Commissioners also
heard an appeal from Mr.
Roland Vines regarding the
development Soundside
Shores.
Vines was concerned
about getting his develop-
ment order for Phase II and
the impact fees he would
have to pay.
Phase I did not get


caught up in the county's
current impact fee ordinance,
while the second one did.
Vines is wanting to pay
impact fees, but only after
pulling a: building permit as
he did on Phase I, instead Of
pay it all in the beginning
when he gets his develop-
ment order.
This could affect 34
units on the south end of
Santa Rosa County.
SThere was some discus-
sion by commissioners to
revisit the ordinance and if
they did how many other
developers fell into this span
like Vines.
Further discussion on the
matter will occur Thursday.:


Anthony Broughton (left) as Chad, while Beni Driskell portrays Ryan.
Press Gazette photo by Jeni Senter


Musical


Continued From Page One
been the cast of 'High
School Musical.'
"Pace High students
did all of the tech work for
the production, but audi-
tions were open to all Pace
and Milton High students."
Although the storyline
is a remake of the standard
teen love story/football
story, the musical perform-
ances and the enthusiasm
of local students brings life
to a play that is surprising-
ly enjoyable to adults as
well as teens.
Session and Milton
High School's Jennifer
Bunnell co-direct the pro-
duction, which is scheduled
to open in Milton High
School's 800-seat auditori-
um.
Because this was her
first year as the Drama
director at Milton High,


Bunnell says she had no
experience and no budget.
"Pace High invited us to
join in the production, Ms.
Session was so great, she
said we could do this
together.
"Her offer came from a
really generous place. I
was so glad to be able to be
a part of this production.
"It is great to know
Milton High can do a musi-
cal, it has been many years
since this school has per-
formed a musical play,"
Bunnel says.
"Milton kids, Pace
kids, they are all just kids
trying to have a great high
school experience," says
Bunnell.
Pace junior Caleb
Samms and Pace sopho-
more Sarah Peake play the
lead roles of Troy and
Gabriella.


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Other cast members
include Milton freshman
Erika Rowe as Sharpay,
Milton junior Beni Driskell
as Ryan, Milton sophomore
McKenzie Kubitz as Miss
Darbus, Pace sophomore
Kip Hayes as Coach
Bolton, Milton sophomore
Anthony Broughton as
Chad, Pace senior Jordan
Moore as Zeke, Pace soph-
omore Josh Shelton as Jack,
and Pace senior Erica
Johnson as Kelsi. Jordan
Moore is the set designer,
Amber Nussbaumer is the
student director, and
T'Keya Gray and Amaris
Quesada as choreographerS.
'High School Musical'
will be performed in the
Milton High School
Auditorium on Thursday,
April 26 at 7 p.m. and
again on Friday April 27 at
3 p.m. Tickets are $6 eacl.


Vets

Continued From Page Oie
ever. Every little bit helps,"
said Santa Rosa Count~
Commissioner Don Saltejr,
who has spearheaded mili-
tary and veteran affairs since
joining the commission.
"With enough small dona-
tions we can meet our goals?"
Since the last meeting, a
group who wishes to remain
private agreed to match thie
efforts dollar for dollar up to
$10,000.
If you would like to
donate towards this you cali
do so by making a check ti
the Santa Rosa County
Veterans, Committee Honor
Flight or 0 contact the
Veterans Plaza offices at
626-7292.


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Larry Meese Named CEO
Larry Meese joined Santa Rosa Medical Center on
March 26, 2008 as the new Chief Executive. Larry
has an accomplished career in healthcare, most
recently serving as the COO at Riverview Regional
Medical Center in Gadsden, Alabama. Larry has
been with Health Management Associates, Inc.
(HMA) since June 2004.

Larry received a master's of business administration
from Cornell University in Ithaca, NY and holds a
bachelor's of science in business administration from Washington
University in St. Louis, MO. He has a demonstrated career of expertise
and accomplishment in physician relations, development, and
operations.

Prior to joining HMA, Larry served over 10 years in the United States
Army in several leadership and managerial roles as a Special Forces
and Medical Service Corps officer. While in the Special Forces, Larry
was a detachment commander, operation's officer, company executive
officer, and human resources manager. As a Medical Service Corps
officer, he was a platoon leader, company executive officer, and human
resources manager.

Larry and his wife, Jeanine, have been married for ten years and have
two sons, Aaron (7) and Keaton (3).

"My family and I are excited to be in the Milton/Pace area. We have
had the opportunity to meet so many people and everyone has been
warm and welcoming. We are very grateful. I am excited about the
opportunities that our hospital has to improve the healthcare delivery
system of our community. I am committed to ensuring that our team is
the best that can be assembled and that we provide the highest quality
of patient care and providing extraordinary customer service. I look
forward to working with our physician partners to that end. Santa Rosa
Medical Center is-our community's hospital and I will lead Santa Rosa
Medical Center in successfully achieving our shared goals."

Santa Rosa Medical Center is a 129 bed hospital located in Milton,
Florida and serves all of Santa Rosa County. It is a full service
community hospital offering inpatient and outpatient services in all
major specialties. Santa Rosa Medical Center has been Santa Rosa
County's hospital since 1952.


Welcome to RandallMcKissack, MD,
General Surgery
Randall L. McKissack, M.D., General Surgery, recently
joined Santa Rosa Medical Center. Dr. McKissack
graduated from Birmingham-Southern College
with a Bachelors Degree in 1981, the University of
Alabama School of Medicine, in Birmingham with a
SMedical Degree in 1986, and completed a general
S; surgery residency at Baptist Medical Centers in
... i Birmingham in 1993.

A Board-Certified General Surgeon, Dr. McKissack
practiced in Fairhope, Alabama, from 1993-2006 and co-founded
Surgical Associates of Eastern Shore, PC, in 1997. Most recently Dr.
McKissack was on the medical staff at Largo Medical Center in.Largo,
Florida. An avid outdoorsman, Dr. McKissack enjoys golf as well as
going to the beach.

Dr. McKissack's office is located at 5992 Berryhill Road, Suite 203. He is
accepting new patients.

For more information or to schedule an appointment, please call
6286.131.


Jerry Womack Named HMA 2007
Manager of the Year
Santa Rosa Medical Center is proud to announce that Jerry Womack,
Director of Imaging Services, has been selected as Health Management
Associates, Inc., 2007 Manager of the Year, out of fifty-eight HMA
hospitals nationwide.

Jerry received the award based on his commitment, honesty, integrity,
dependability, willingness to help others, professional competence and
participation as a team player.

As a professional, Jerry has earned the respect of physicians, patients,
and staff and is an important member of the Santa Rosa Medical Center
team. He started working at the hospital in 1969 and his career has' now
spanned 38 years. Jerry plays an important role in the success of the
hospital and its many services.


We Need You!


At Santa Rosa Medical Center, our volunteers are critical to the success
of our hospital. They generously give their time and talents and help
ensure our medical center succeeds in patient centered excellence.

From the front desk to the Emergency Department, they are known
for their "can-do" attitudes and their dedication to patients, families,
physicians, and the hospital staff. They truly are an integral part of our
team and are committed to excellence.

At Santa Rosa Medical Center, we value our volunteers. If you are a
student, retired, or have some time during the day, on weekends, or
after work, please consider joining our outstanding group of volunteers.
Whatever your background or interests, we'll find a project or service
that's right for you.

Please call Aleta Hoodless at 66-iU1s for more information.



Special Thanks to

Our Volunteers
National Volunteer Week April 27th May 3rd
All of us at Santa Rosa Medical Center would like to extend sincerest
thanks to all of our superb volunteers. Our volunteers go the extra
mile as they generously share their time and talents throughout the
medical center. And for this, all of us at Santa Rosa Medical Center are
truly grateful.

Please join us in thanking our volunteers in making Santa Rosa Medical
Center the outstanding medical center it is today!


Santa Rosa Medical Center would like to congratulate the
following individuals for a job well done. The efforts of these
employees and the entire hospital team are what make Santa
Rosa Medical Center so outstanding.


Adam Willis, RN
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Jerry Womack
Director of Radiology
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Greg Griffin
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Pat Pierce
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Your Key to Better Health
Santa Rosa Medical Center knows how important good health is for
you and your family, and we are committed to helping you achieve
the best health possible. If you need a physician referral or if you
would like more information about hospital services, upcoming health
screenings, seminars, and community events, please call i6.,114a
We are here to help you and your family achieve better health every
step of the way.


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Vol. 101, Number 4

OUR VIEW


Someone to



be proud of!

When it comes to athletes, we constantly hear
about the bad.
This professional was arrested for DUI, we're
told. Another is charged with domestic violence.
This one used performance-enhancing drugs, and
the list goes on and on.
Even when we try to follow our local golfers in
the national media, some writers want to have a lit-
tle fun with the 'country boy at heart ways:' Boo
Weekley.
Well, if Boo is such a bad person in the eyes of
the national media, then we all need to show off
our bad selves.
Here is a case in point.
Monday the Press Gazette received an e-mail
from Bart Greenwald in Louisville, Ky. This e-mail
was one we felt important to share with everyone.
Greenwald's son said he had a great time at the
Masters in Augusta...all because of our very own
Boo Weekley.
After talking to Toggy Pace, we learned this
young man followed Boo all over the golf course
during Boo's first round.
Toggy even remembers Boo taking a moment to
talk to the young man during his round.
After the round was over, Toggy asked Bart
Greenwald if his son would like Boo to sign his
hat.
Of course, you can imagine the answer to that
question.
We don't know if anybody here at the paper has
Boo's autograph, but Toggy took the hat for Boo to
sign and they planned on Boo giving the young
man his hat back at the first tee on Friday morning.
When Boo arrived at the first tee, he was look-
ing for the young man.
Unfortunately, the youth and his father were
tied up in traffic and got to Augusta National a lit-
tle later than they had planned.
Weekley went on and carried the little guy's hat
the entire round and, after signing his scorecard on
Friday, exited the scorers' tent to present the young
man with his hat.
This past weekend, as Weekley won the Verizon
Heritage for the second time, he asked a young
lady if she would like a golf ball.
He promised to bring her one back after finish-
ing his round.
True to his word, Weekley got in a golf cart
after his round and took the young lady a ball he
had played that day.
We know Boo has a very straightforward atti-
tude. And it has been recorded how his no-non-
sense way rubbed some Brits the "wrong way" as
well, but it is refreshing to see a golfer not only
talk to the people, but pull them to the game of
golf.
After the tournament, we heard someone say
Boo Weekley will never be a Tiger Woods.
That is probably just fine with everyone in
Santa Rosa County.
When you think about it, Tiger Woods is no
Boo Weekley. And with the state of most sports
stars today, we definitely could use a lot more Boo
Weekleys.
Do you agree?


Viewpoints


Wednesday, April 23, 2008 The Santa Rosa Press Gazette Milton, Florida 9A









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We need a new NAFTA


By Sarah Anderson and Manuel
Perez Rocha

Thanks to the Democratic
Presidential primaries, the North
American Free Trade
Agreement is back in the politi-
cal limelight. It's about time.
The nearly 15-year-old trade
pact between the United States,
Mexico and Canada is the blue-
print for many other trade pacts.
And yet our leaders have never
bothered to take a hard look at
whether NAFTA's promises
have actually proved true.
The biggest sales pitch was
about jobs. The deal's support-
ers claimed that by lifting barri-
ers to trade and investment,
NAFTA would create more and
better jobs. Today, who hasn't
heard the joke: "we've got lots
of jobs in the U.S. in fact, my
wife has three!" Part-time
hours, lousy benefits, low pay -
those have been the hallmarks
of the so-called job boom.
NAFTA cheerleaders also
claimed that a related problem -
the repression of basic labor
rights in Mexico would disap-
pear. But the sad truth is that
workers still face blacklisting
and even violence if they try to
organize to get their fair share
of the benefits of trade.
And perhaps the most off-
base prorriise was that NAFTA
would improve living standards


in Mexico so much that it would
reduce migration pressures. Just
the opposite has occurred, as
millions of Mexican small farm-
ers have struggled to compete
with imports from heavily sub-
sidized U.S. agribusiness.
There are some new jobs in bor-
der factories, but more have
been lost in small businesses
hurt by the pressures of the
export economy.
Meanwhile, in all three
countries, we've seen the rich
getting richer. Mexican Carlos
Slim is now the world's wealthi-
est man, with $60 billion in
assets.
And so the Democratic can-
didates' promises to renegotiate
NAFTA have been welcome.
They have opened the door
wider than ever for the public to
demand new trade rules that
promote good jobs, a clean
environment, and healthy com-
munities.
George W. Bush, on the
other hand, has ignored these
issues. By the end of his presi-
dency, he will have participated
in four summits with the leaders
of Mexico and Canada (the last
in New Orleans this month).
Not once has their agenda
included the widespread con-
cerns over NAFTA.
In fact, the three leaders
have been going in the opposite
direction by actually expanding


NAFTA through an ongoing
"Security and Prosperity
Partnership."
It's hard to come out against
apple pie virtues like security
and prosperity, but this process
is unlikely to produce either.
That's because the partnership
appears to be only with big
business.
The chief executives of Wal-
Mart, defense giant Lockheed
Martin and 28 other large corpo-
rations are in on the closed-door
negotiations, while members of
Congress, journalists, and ordi-
nary citizens are excluded.
What are they talking about?
Very little information is public,
but the overall goal is to make
regulatory changes that do not
require Congressional approval.
And given who's in the room,
it's a safe bet that these changes
will favor narrow corporate
interests over the public good.
Hopefully, the November
elections will signal an epd to
the secret deal-making on trade
and the opening of a real dia-
logue on the future of North
American economic relations.
Ordinary citizens have been on
the sidelines too long.

Sarah Anderson is a Fellow
and Manuel Perez Rocha is an
Associate Fellow with the
Institute for Policy Studies
in Washington, DC.


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By Jim Hightower
Four out of five doctors
recommend that you not
believe any advertising that
makes claims based on the
opinions of four out of five
doctors. Or, for that matter,
ads based on the opinions of
even one, well-known doctor.
Take Dr. Robert Jarvik,
one of the pioneers in the
development of the artificial
heart. You might have seen
him on TV throughout the
past couple of years touting
the healing power of Lipitor,
a cholesterol drug made by
Pfizer. The pharmaceutical
giant has paid the doctor
$1.3 million to shill for the
drug. In one of the ads,


Jarvik is depicted as an ath-
letic rower, skimming in his
boat across a mountain lake.
The impli-
cation is
that he is
full of
vigor,
thanks to
the choles-
terol-clear-
ing power
of Lipitor.
Jarvik's JIM
HIGHTOWER
endorse-
ment of the drug oozes cred-
ibility until you realize a
few facts not mentioned in
this $250 million ad cam-
paign. One, that's not Jarvik
rowing so robustly across


the lake. It's a stunt man pos-
ing as the doctor, who appar-
ently doesn't row at all.
Second, while Jarvik touts
the cardiovascular benefits
of Lipitor, he is not a cardi-
ologist. And, even though he
has a medical degree, he is
not licensed to practice med-
icine. What he is, is a mar-
ketable medical name, hav-
ing been, as the ad put it, the
"Inventor of the artificial
heart."
Oh, that's the third hicky
on Jarvik's testimonial. He is
not "the inventor." A large
team at the University of
Utah worked on the heart
device back in the early
1980s, and they credit two


others as deserving of the
"inventor" honor not
Jarvik.
A top Pfizer executive
says the corporation regrets
that the ad led to any "mis-
impressions." But that's
exactly what this direct-to-
consumer ad campaign was
designed to do. Drug compa-
nies spend some $5 billion a
year on ads to "misimpress"
us and it's time to rein in
their deceit.

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KATHLEEN ARMSTRONG is
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KRYSTAL ANASTON is the
Branch Manager of United Bank's Milton
office but residents of Santa Rosa County
have called her their banker for years.


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Janey Christine has been
named program director for
Baptist Occupational
Medicine and Walk-in Care
Clinics.
Promoted from her role
as operations manager to the
director position, Christine
is now responsible for
strategic and operational
oversight for the occupa-
tional health and walk-in
care clinics at Baptist
Medical Park Pensacola and
soon-to-be open site at
Baptist Medical Park
Navarre.
She has extensive expe-
rience in healthcare man-
agement. Christine earned
her bachelor's of science
degree in early childhood
education from the
University of South
Alabama in Mobile.


Special joint
meeting scheduled
A special joint meeting
of the Santa Rosa County
and Escambia County Board
of Commissioners is sched-
uled for 8:30 a.m., Tuesday,
April 29. The purpose of the
meeting is to discuss title
issues on Santa Rosa Island
and the Regional
Transportation Finance
Authority. The meeting will
be held in the Escambia
County Governmental
Complex, Board Chambers.
room 100 located at 221
Palafox Place.

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will present its 14th annual
Regional Training
Conference on Thursday and
Friday, April 24-25, 2008 pt
the Ramada Plaza Beach
Resort in Fort Waltbn Beach.
Theme is 'There's more to


Freedom Alliance is accepting


Leadership Academy applications:


Freedom Alliance
announced today the open-
ing of the application peri-
od for the Military
Leadership Academy. The
Academy educates, moti-
vates, and inspires student
leaders into serving their
community. The program
has graduated over 700
high school students since
its inception in 2001.
"The Military
Leadership Academy has
seen tremendous success
over the years due to the
high level of character and
commitment found in the
participants," Freedom
Alliance President Thomas
Kilgannon said today.
"Freedom Alliance pro-
vides quality program-
ming and meaningful
experiences for all atten-


life than Bingo.' Workshops
include The Sandwich
Generation. Hand Therapy
for Arthritis, Protecting
Seniors from fraud, and
many others! For more infor-
mation, contact Voncile
Goldsmith or Gwendolyn
Rhodes at 850.494.7101.

International
Honor Society in
Education inducts
PJC students
Pensacola Junior
College announces that 23
students have been inducted
into Kappa Delta Pi
International Honor Society
in Education.
The students are Tonie
Belanger, Christine Bevans,
Kenzie Broxson, Lynette
Broxson, Ashley Bush,
Lindsey Dowden, Paula
Dunning, Crystal Ferguson,
Catherian Florian, Marnie
Gire, Joshua Green, Megan
Hubbard, Amy Jayne, Doris
Orvis, Monica Parries,
Whitney Phillips, Kelly
Rowell, Teresa Tyler,
Michelle Walls, Brittany
Winsett, Natalie Withum,
Maghen Wright and Brandi
Young.
Selection as a member of
Kappa Delta Pi is based on
high academic achievement,
a commitment to education
as a career and a'profession-
al attitude that assures steady
growth in the profession.
Founded in 1911 at the


dees. I highly encourage
JROTC members and
other high school students,
interested in improving
their leadership skills and
learning more about the
military, to apply for the
upcoming summer ses-
sions."
Students will visit U.S.
military installations to
learn more about the cus-
toms, courtesies, and tra-
ditions of the military, and
come away with a greater
respect and appreciation
for those who serve our
nation in uniform. They
will also visit historical
sites such as Colonial
Williamsburg and
Jamestown to gain a better
understanding of, our
national heritage.
There are two sessions


University of Illinois, Kappa
Delta Pi is the largest honor
society in education, repre-
senting more than 45,000
active members. Its most
distinguished members have
included Margaret Mead,
Albert Einstein and George
Washington Carver.
For more information,
contact PJC professor Jane
Spruill at (850) 484-2573,
jspruill@pjc.edu.

CIS Champions
Scholarship available
Communities In Schools
of Northwest Florida is invit-
ing local high school seniors
to apply for a CIS
Champions Scholarship.
These scholarships have
been funded in honor of Tom
Delaino, Johnny Rogers and
Honor Bell, three outstand-
ing leaders who have
demonstrated a commitment
to education in our commu-
nity. To qualify, a student
must be a 2008 graduate of
an Escambia or Santa Rosa
County high school, have
plans to enroll in a college or
technical school program in
the summer or fall of 2008,
and demonstrate financial
need. Applications are avail-
able on-line at www.cis-
nwfl.org or from school
guidance offices.
Applications must be post-
marked no later than May
15, 2008. A total of six
$1000 scholarships will be
awarded.


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East Coast Ethanol, LLC

Attend an informational meeting to find out more:


April 24, 2008:





May 1, 2008:





May 2, 2008:


Santa Rosa County Agriculture Center
6263 Dogwood Drive
Milton, FL 32570
6:00 pm

McLain's Family Steakhouse
622 Hugh Adams Road
Defuniak Springs, FL 32435
5:30 pm

Jim's Buffet
4329 Lafayette Street
Marianna, FL 32448
7:45 am


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e-mailing investors@eastcoastethanol.us, or by writing to PO Box 6026, Live Oak, FL 32064.


planned for the summer of,
2008. The first will be;
held June 10-21 and the4
second will be from July"
28-August 8. Both ses-'
sions will be held at the'
Eastover Retreat Center-
located across the Jamesi
River from Williamsburgr
Virginia. Eastover Retreai
Center is a central locationI
that provides access to,
Virginia's numerous miliw
tary bases and historical
sites.. 4
Freedom Alliance
works with military bases
each year to allow stu-'
dents to interact with the4
men and women who are&
serving our country. Foi
more information pleas'
visit MLAcamp.com o4
www.FreedomAlliance.o
g.


Cup of


thanks

Kiwanis Club of Santa Rosa
Sunrise President Darrel
Greer thanks Jim Waite,
President of the Pace
Chamber of Commerce, for
being the guest speaker.
Waite presented an informa-
tive program on the growth
and the future of the Pace
area. They have 350 busi-
i ness and individual mem-
bers from all over the area.
He also spoke on the
n. fundraising events they have
Submittedeach year.
Submitted photo


-" Business Network





Tr cities chapter meets every Thursday


morning at 7am at Steven's Market Deli,

i368 Pace, Florida 32571 We encourage

area business professionals to visit our networking

meeting. Any questions contact Debbie Coon at



393-3666
www.tricitiesbni.com


City of Milton
meetings
--City of Milton Parks
and Recreation Committee
will meet Monday, April 28
at 8:30 a.m. in Conference
Room B of City Hall, 6738
Dixon Street.
-Milton Benevolent
Cemetery Board will meet
Monday, April 28 at 2 p.m.
in Conference Room B of
City Hall, 6738 Dixon
Street.
All meetings are open to
the public. For more infor-
mation call 983-5411.

Santa Rosa
Kindergarten
Registration. for
Jay Elementary
Registration for kinder-
garten children entering
school for 2008-09 is. going
on at Jay Elementary School
today and tomorrow (April
23-24) from 7:30 to 3 p.m.

Scholarship
Money Available
Thb Florida Peanut
Producers Association is
pleased to announce the
opening of their 2008
Scholarship Award Program.
Two $1,200 scholarships
will be awarded to deserving
high school seniors and/or
college students. The appli-
cant or someone in the appli-
cant's family must be an
actively producing peanut
grower in Florida, not neces-
sarily a member of the
FPPA. It is the intent of the
Scholarship Award,
Committee, however, that
the recipients attend a
Florida junior college or
four-year university.
Each winner will receive
$600 when the scholarship
winners are announced. The
remaining $600 will be
awarded after the comple-
tion of one semester and
documentation of passing
grades is submitted to the:
FPPA office.
"The FPPA welcomes all
applicants. The final selec-
tion will be made by the
scholarship committee and
all applicants will be notified
by mail," said Barton.
For an application con-.
tact the FPPA office at 2741f
Penn Ave., Suite 1,
Marianna, FL 32448 or call
(850) 526-2590 or visit the
FPPA website.:
www.flpeanuts.com
FPPA Scholarship appli-
cations must be postmarked
no later than July 1, 2008.


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Trees provide lumber for houses, wood for furniture
and so much more. They're our chief source of paper mid
essential for producing hundreds of other products. In
fact, some medicines are even harvested from trees.
Trees also clear the air. They are nature's vacuum
cleaners, filtering pollutants out of the air we breathe.
They take in carbon dioxide and give off oxygen we need
to survive. They also absorb sounds and can protect your
home from winter winds and summer storms.
Besides all the practical uses for trees, they also bring
beauty to our lives. How would we have it "made in the
shade" if there were no trees?


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Generally, 90% of the time that Lindsey Toner, R. N.,
Surgery, is with her patients, they are asleep from ....
anesthesia. But for a brief time prior to surgery, she
has the opportunity to meet with them, answer their
questions, and discuss their concerns. She always
explains that her job is to be their voice their advocate .
- during the surgery.
One morning, when Lindsey entered the preoperative
area to meet a new patient, 12-year-old Helen, everything
felt different. Unlike Lindsey's adult patients, Helen had no
questions. She was more interested in all the buttons, how
the bed worked, and what was going on in the room around her
rather than surgery. Lindsey reassured Helen's family that she would


take extra good care of Helen. She looked in their eyes and could
.-..-.... see their trust and faith. From that moment on, Lindsey did what
she does best and began caring for Helen.
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If you have a nurse you'll always remember, please write to Aleta Hoodle
Santa Rosa Medical Center, 6002 Berryhill Road, Milton, Florida 32570
call 626.5113.


When the time came for Lindsey to transfer Helen to the
recovery room staff, she turned to the other nurses and
told them all about Helen her smile, her curiosity, her
gentleness. She said when you see these things you will
know that Helen is doing fine.
For Lindsey, Helen is what being a nurse is all about.. For
Helen and her family, Lindsey is the nurse they'll always
remember who behind the scenes kept a watchful eye.


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Robert Moser's Framery can quickly turn any kind of ordinary object into a priceless treasure


By OBIE CRAIN
ocrain@sipressgazette.com

What did the portrait say
to the mural?
"I've been framed!"
"How wonderful,"
replied the mural with a
sigh.. "You're so fortunate
to have had your case han-
dled by Robert Moser's
Framery. Not everyone has
been as lucky as you!"
It is indeed an honor and
a pleasure to any object of
art or any item of keepsake
for that matter to be matted,
framed, or shadowboxed by
the expert and experienced
hands at Robert Moser's
Framery located at the Pea
Ridge Flea Market on
Highway 90 in Pea Ridge.
There's no end to the tes-
timonials of satisfied cus-
tomers who have had Robert
Moser take the special care
that he always does to cus-
tom frame their valuables,
whether they were photos,
portraits, military medals, all
kinds of diplomas and cer-
tificates, or even a special
flag mounted in a 5 foot by
6 foot frame.
"We love what we do."
Robert said recently,
explaining the background
of his business and its vari-
ous aspects that make it
stand head and shoulders
above most area framing
stores. "And I believe the
special care we put into our
work shows in everything
that we undertake."
How and where the busi-
ness developed are as inter-
esting as the expertise that's
invested in each and every
item that Robert Moser's
Framery services. He
explained that what started
out originally as a hobby for
himself in a single booth in
the Pea Ridge Flea Market
six years ago steadily gained
momentum, and today it is a
full-time business with three
employees in addition to


Robert and his wife Cheryl.
After retiring from the
Navy with 30 years of serv-
ice, Robert said he began
looking for something to do
while his wife was busy
with her own career at
Elizabeth Arden Cosmetics.
He vividly remembers that
original 10 foot x 12 foot
booth in the mall area of the
flea market which has since
grown to a total of 12 and a
pickup area.
The growth and develop-
ment in this area justified
the need for a framery, and
as the business grew he was
able to enlarge with the
assistance of his wife who
had retired from the cosmet-
ic business. Now as the
business continues to thrive,
the large work area and the
implementation of new
framery-related services, is a
thriving showplace pf work
in progress!
The unlikely location in
a flea market area has not
hindered the businesses'
growth one bit, Robert says.
In fact, it has been a con-
venience. He's located in a
very accessible area with
plenty of parking in a rela-
tively high-profiled com-
mercial neighborhood. "It's
easy for people to get in and
out of, and as you know,
that's one of the most
important aspects of any
business.
And as the demands of
more sophisticated customer
services increased, so has
the challenge of meeting
them, he said. But he and
his employees are up to the
task! They do most every-
thing that's framery related,
including matting under
glass and shadowboxing.
The custom services they
furnish have become more
sophisticated to include
framing more and more
objects in a three dimension-
al settings.
"Some of the things we


have framed are items like a
bow and arrow, sports jer-
seys, china and bowls, and
of course military medals
which has always been one
of our specialties," Robert
said. And within the art
community here, comes the
need for much of the custom
art framing services needed
by artists and photographers
in addition to household
demands from decorators
and those who want some-
thing done individually.
"We quite enjoy our cus-
tomers and the many differ-
ent things that they want
framed," Robert said. "For
instance, here are some
examples: an Elvis Sports
Coat, Freddie Kruger
sweater and gloves, Rocky's
boxing shorts and picture,
and a complete set of Van
Halen CD's."
And the customer is
supreme at Robert Moser's
Framery. "We feel we have
the greatest customers in the
world," Robert said. "We
service customers not only
here but as far away as New
York, Texas, California,
Alaska, and everywhere in
between!"
In fact an autographed
photograph of Loretta Lynn
hangs in the delivery depart-
ment that reminds Robert of
their great customer service.
A friend who had a gift for
Loretta framed at Robert
Moser's Framery so impress
the country music star that
she sent Robert the auto-
graphed picture of herself.
Today it hangs in a place
of honor as a testimonial to
the company's keen interest
in making each and every
item they handle special.
And for that matter, Robert
said a week or so ago that
he was anticipating a visit
from some of Loretta's rela-
tives who had some art or
photographs they wanted
him to frame for them.
SRobert says it's unfortu-


You will be highly satisfied with the work you have done at Robert Moser's Framery located
in the Pea Ridge Flea Market on Highway 90 in Pea Ridge where you will find the finest in
custom frames, pictures, matting, and mirrors (and more!). Some of the friendly and courte-
ous framers you may meet include (left to right) Todd Hamburg, Jean Hawley, Owner
Robert Moser, and Michele Roe. They would love to meet you. (Photo by Obie Crain)


nate that the area doesn't
have a larger, more sophisti-
cated art supplies outlet
here, and in the near future
he says he has plans to per-
haps stock supplies that
would be valuable to local
artists and photographers
who now have to go to
Pensacola for many of their
supplies.
Whatever a customer
wants is generally the limit
for what Robert Moser's
Framery will supply in the
area of framing. "We don't
like to handle anything larg-
er than a 5 ft. by 7 ft. piece
of art," Robert said. "But we
realize that many things like
maps, aerial photos, and
some canvases are quite


large. So a rule of thumb is
if you have a larger item to
frame, consult him. There
may be a way to accommo-
date the customer, "... and
we will if we possibly can,"
Robert says.
Business hours at Robert
Moser's Framery is from 9
a.m. to 4 p.m. Wednesday
through Saturday, and from
10 a.m. to 2 p.m. on
Sundays. Robert and his
staff take Mondays and
Tuesdays off.
You'll enjoy the atmos-
phere at Robert Moser's
Framery where it's just a
tremendous treat to browse
and see many of the finished
art works they have fash-
ioned with a flair that will


most certainly impress you.
Take a look at the exam-
ples of framing they have,
and if you have a question
about how you should
appropriately and attractive-
ly frame any object, whether
it be creative art and photog-
raphy or an item of clothing
or an art object, Robert and
his staff will be happy to
talk with you about it and
suggest ways that it could be
framed elegantly and artisti-
cally ... within your means.
Robert, his wife Cheryl,
and framers Jean Hawley,
Todd Hamburg, and Michele
Roe would love to meet
you. Visit and see for your-
self what a great group of
guys and gals they are!


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WEDNESDAY

April 23, 2008

Section B


Weekley defends Verizon title



7 Milton grad wins second career PGA title at Hilton Head


By BILL GAMBLIN
sports@srpressgazette.com
Milton's Boo Weekley
celebrated his first PGA
Tour victory one year ago
after the final round was
delayed at the Verizon
Heritage Tournament at
Harbour Town in Hilton
Head, S.C.
Weekley must feel right
at home there after taking
the lead on Saturday and led
from wire to wire Sunday
for his second tour victory.
Last year the Milton
grad used his short game to
defeat Ernie Els on the 72nd
hole.
Milton's Boo Weekley suc-
cessfully defended his title at
the Verizon Heritage Classic
this past weekend at Harbour
Town in Hilton Head, S.C.
Weekley is one week
removed from his first
appearance at the Masters
and two weeks from the
Milton TPC at Tanglewood.


This year Weekley
enjoyed his walk up the final
fairway as the gallery chant-
ed his name, "Booooo!
Booooo!"
Weekley coasted to a
four-stroke win at 16-under
par, after starting the day
with a three-stroke advan-
tage on Sunday.
Finishing tied for sec-
ond were Anthony Kim and
Aaron Baddeley.
Weekley who closed
with par today saw his
streak of shooting in the 60's
end at seven.
Saturday the Milton


grad who just played in his
first Masters, rode five
straight birdies to his first
lead while in defense of his
title and finished the day
with seven birdies while
shooting a 65 on the Pete
Dye designed course that
Weekley has compared to
Tanglewood Golf and
Country Club.
When Weekley started
his streak of five straight
birdies he was two shots
behind the leader, but when
the streak ended he held a
two-stroke lead and never
looked back as he made the


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Par 45435434436 4 4 4 4 3 5 4 3 4 35 71
Rd. 1 44434335434 4 3 4 4 4 5 4 3 4 35 69
Rd. 2 44 434335434 4 3 4 4 4 5 4 3 4 35 69
Rd. 3 4542 4 3 2 3431 4 4 3 4 3 5 5 3 3 34 65
Rd. 4 44 534435436 3 4 4 5 2 4 5 3 5 35 71
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turn at number nine.
The second win of his
career netted Weekley a
$990,000 payday, which
was more than his winnings
of $778,985 so far this sea-
son.
Fellow Milton grad
Heath Slocum finished in a
tie with Rocco Mediate,
Mathias Gronberg, Jonathan
Byrd, and Davis Love III for
36th place at 2-under par for
the tournament.
Pensacola's Joe Durant
missed the cut at 5-over par,
while Els was at 6-over par
and also missed the cut.


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Pace wins district, Milton S


finishes as 4A runner-up 11 J


By BILL GAMBLIN
:sports@srpressgazette.com
Someone woke up the
;bats at the "Launching Pad"
Friday night as Pace defeat-
'ed Niceville 12-5 for the
;District 1-5A title.
The win marked the
third consecutive district title
for the defending 5A State
Champions.
The Lady Patriots (22-3)
fell behind 1-0 before they
came up to bat and plastered
five runs during their first
trip to the plate off Niceville
starter Jessica Watts.
By the end of the third
inning Pace was ahead 10-1
as offense was a premium
and both team combined for
nine errors.
Katy Neal, who got the
save, went 4-for-4 at the
plate including a home run in
the second inning over the
center field fence and an RBI
triple in the third inning.
Other hot bats for Pace
were Shelby Brooke going


3-for-4 with a double and
Lizzie Gunter going 2-for-4
with two RBI's.
The bats were so hot
Friday that the Lady Patriots
pounded out 11 hits.
In two previous meet-
ings Pace and Niceville com-
bined for six runs as each
team won at home.
The Lady Eagles tried to
make a game of it with three
runs in the fifth and another
run in the sixth to make it
10-5.
But Pace would not let
them get any closer and
added two runs of their own
in the bottom of the sixth to
ice the game.
Kira Orr worked six
innings in the win scattering
four hits and struck out four.
Pace hosted Mosley
Lynn Haven in the first
round of the FHSAA Class
5A Softball Tournament.
To advance to the
District 1-5A title game Pace
defeated Tate 8-0.


For Milton the news was
not as good Thursday night
as they were shut out by
Navarre 3-0.
Navarre, who won both
meetings this season, did
most of their damage as
Jessica Stapleton struck out
11 Lady Panthers in route to
winning their sixth district
title since 2001.
Milton (16-11) traveled
to Wakulla last night in their
first post-season appearance
under coach Ron O'Quinn.
It was a scoreless game
Thursday until Navarre got
on the board with two runs in
the fourth inning.
Bri Risner drove home
the first run with a double
and then two hitters later she
scored after tagging from
third when Crystal Clark and
Kaitlyn Melendez collided
after Melendez caught a pop-
Sup.
Clark was taken from the
field as she lost feeling in her
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The Pace weightlifting team took more lifters to the 2A state weightlifting meet in Daytona
Beach this past weekend'they they have since nearly winning five consecutive championships
in the 1990's.
Press Gazette photo by Bill Gamblin


Pace Patriots place 21st


at state 2A lifting meet


By BILL GAMBLIN
sports @srpressgazette.com
The Pace Patriots fin-
ished 21st Saturday at the 2A
FHSAA State Weightlifting
Meet in Daytona Beach.
Pace, who scored four
points on the weekend, tied
with Seminole Ridge
(Loxahatchee), East Ridge
(Clermont), Venice, Eastside
(Gainesville), and
Springstead (Spring Hill).
Individually Andrew
Dalgleish had one of the
tougher finishes of the meet,
as he was two-tenths of a
pound from finishing sixth
overall at 238 pounds.
Dalgleish, who weighed
in at 234.6 pounds tied with
Andrew Mattox and Robert
Smith with 660 total pounds.
Mattox took fifth by
weighing in at 232.2 pounds,
while Robert Smith won by
weighing in at 234.4 pounds.
Fellow Patriot Ben


Giles, who bench presses
330 pounds did not place at
the meet as he fouled out in
the clean and jerk part of the
competition by missing all
three of this weight attempts
in the discipline.
At 219 pounds Brad
Stoltman scored two points
for the Patriots with his fifth
place finish by successfully
posting a total of 665
pounds.
Stoltman, who benched
360 pounds and added a
clean and jerk lof 305 pounds
on his final attempt was just
15 pounds out of second
place, who was Trenton
Richardson from Escambia
County.
Phil Matthews placed
sixth at 169 pounds on
Saturday at Spruce Creek
High School.
Matthews edged a group
of three lifters who finished
five pounds behind him as he


benched 280 pounds and
cleaned 280 pounds.
Reece Shelby pointed
for Pace at 119 pounds with
a sixth place finish.
Shelby was tied for
fourth place after bench-
pressing 220 pounds. He fin-
ished with a two-lift total of
390 pounds, which over
three times his weight, after
cleaning 170 pounds.
James McGreevy fin-
ished ninth at 199 pounds
with a combined total of 595
pounds.
Joseph Flanders, who
competed at 129 pounds, did
not post a total after scratch-
ing on clean and jerk
attempts of 180 and 185
pounds after he successfully
bench pressed 215 pounds.
The Press Gazette
regrets they were unable to
make contact with Pace
Head Coach Mickey Lindsey
for this story.


Pelicans plan extravaganza


Special to the Press Gazette
Friday Pelicans fans will
have their first opportunity to
purchase single game tickets at
the Pre-Season Extravaganza
sponsored by Verizon Wireless
and Cat Country 98.7. The
free event takes place at
Pelican Park at UWF from 5
p.m. to 8 p.m.
This is the first official
event to kick-off the beginning
of the 2008 season. Fans are
encouraged to purchase their
tickets for the expected sell-out


games including the four post-
game fireworks shows and
seven premium giveaway
nights.
"We look forward to this
event, which has grown every
year," said Pelicans General
Manager Talmadge Nunnari.
"This is the first time we are
having it at night and expect an
even better turnout, especially
with the free baseball clinic."
From 5 p.m. to 7 p.m., the
Pelicans coaches and players
will be conducting a FREE


youth baseball and softball
clinic for kids ages 7-12.
During the Extravaganza, play-
ers will be available for pic-
tures and autographs.
Other activities include
"National Anthem" and "Take
Me Out to the Ballgame" try-
outs, PA announcer try-outs,
kids bounce house, Scoop
mascot try-outs, Pelicans vol-
unteers, bat boy try-outs, and
free food for a limited time.
Kids can also register and pick-
up their Kids Club t-shirts.


The Jay Pro Rodeo will be this Friday and Saturday at the led May Arena in Jay, I-la. Ihe
rodeo will get underway at 8 p.m. each night with proceeds to benefit area groups and
activities. Tickets are $10 for adults, $5 for children 12 and under.
Press Gazette photo by Bill Gamblin







Santa Rosa's Press Gazette

Sports


Pace and Niceville put on an offensive show with 17 runs
being scored in the District 1-5A title game at Escambia High
where in the two previous meetings the teams combined or six
runs.


Preps

Continued From Page One
leg, but there was no fur-
ther information on a broken
leg.
Alyssa Larson pitched
six innings and allowed
nine hits in the loss.
Mikey Drinkard,
Melendez and Nicole
Herndon each had one hit
each.
In the final ball games
of the season Pace defeated
Milton 6-0.
Pace spotted starting
pitcher Ryan Sorce to a four
run lead in their first at bat
and didn't look back as they
recorded their 17th win of
the year.
Sorce struck out eight
while limiting the Panthers
to two hits.
Leading the Patriots at
the plate were Daniel
Quinn,m C.T. Bradford,
Ryan Sorce, Chad Baxley,
adn Cameron Wright who
had one hit each.
On Friday Pensacola
Catholic defeated Pace 6-5
in 10 innings.
Catholic's Thomas
Langan singled home the
winning run in a battle of
top area teams.
Catholic jumped out to
a 3-0 lead before the
Patriots would socre two in
the third inning' and then
added three more runs in the
sixth inning to take a 5-4
lead.
CHS would tie the game
in the bottom of the seventh
before going three extra
innings.
Daniel Quinn hit a
home run for the Patriots in
the loss.


Friday, April 25
5 p.m. 8 p.m. @ Pelican Park

* Free Baseball Clinic (7-12yr)
* Single Game Tickets on Sale
* Meet the Pelicans Players
* Bat Boy/Girl Try-outs


* Season Tickets Pick-up
* National Anthem Try-outs
$1 food and drinks
) Scoop Try-outs and MORE!!!

SOpening Day May 8 *


Sports


Jay Pro Rodeo: The
Sixth Annual Jay Pro
Rodeo is scheduled for
April 25 and 26 at the Ted
May Arena in Jay.
Events will get .under-
way at 8 p.m. and admis-
sion will be $10 for adults,
and $5 for children 12 and
under.
Pace Chamber Golf
Tournament: The Pace
Chamber of Commerce
are registering teams for
their ninth annual golf
tournament.
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.
Lupus Charity Golf
Tournament: The Lupus
Support Network will be
hosting a charity golf
tournament at the Moors
Golf Club on April 24 at
1 p.m.
This will be a four
person with a shotgun
start.
Funds received will
help provide support,
assistance, and education
to lupus patients in our
community.
For more information
or to register you can call
the Lupus Support
Network at 800-458-8211
or e-
maila.dandelakis@att.net

Pace Library Sports
Raffle: Friends of the
Pace Libaray will be raf-
fling 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 baseball, 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
Tourrney: The Knights
of Columbus Countcil
No. 7027 will hold their
tirst annual golf tourrna-
ment 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 pre-
sented for first, second,
and third place as well as
closest to the pin and
longest drive.
There is a home in
one cash prize of $5,000
on the eighth hole at
Tanglewood Golf Club
for this tournament.
Awards will be pre-
sented after the tourna-
ment 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.
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
deadline 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
shotgun start at noon.
Entry fee is $300 per
team and includes one
mulligan, a tee buster and
lunch.
Team sponsor pack-
ages are avaialbel as well
as tee sign sponsorships.
Proceeds from this
tournament will benefit
children programs of
Santa Rosa County sup-
ported 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
Registrat i o n:
Registration is currently


4;.


underway for Adult 6v6
soccer. Online registra:-
tion is available at the
FCSR websife
www.fcsantarosa.co q.
The registration fee will
be $70 for the 10 week
season, with games on
Monday evenings. Fo'r
more information please
check the FCSR websith
or call 994-KICK.
VFW Golf Tournevy:
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 scram-
ble is $50 per person with
prizes awarded to the top
three places along with .
cash prize for closest tg
the pin and longest drive.
Also you can sponsor
a veteran for a $50 donr
tion with their name afid
yours on a tee sign.
The deadline to enfer
is May 12.
An awards dinner wjfl
immedately follow the
tournament at the VFW
Post on Carroll Road Ai
Milton.
For more information
call 994-9499 or 62_-
4833. ,:
Stetson University
Hoops Camp: Derik
Waugh/Stetson University.
Boy's Basketball Camp
from June 22 to August 6.
Five different camps
are being offered covering
individual skills, shooting,
and position.
For dates and more
information you can con-
tact Stetson University at
386-822-8101 or visit them
on the web at www.stit-
son.edu/hoopscamp.
Central Florida
Fastpitch Camp: Central
Florida University 'is
holding three different
fastpitch softball camps.,
These camps will run
frm June 8 to June 19 and
cover pitching/catching,
offense/defense.' and "a
general day camp.
For more information on
this camp call 407-823-4298
or visit them on the web at
www.centralfloridafast-
pitchcamp.com.
More activities can be
found -at
www.srpressgazette.com.
Look for the box called
'Things to Do'.
There you can check 6n
activities by zip code -r
activity. And you are alto
more than welcome to
enter your events there as
'well.


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CMA sponsors ride open to all motorcyclists


Over the past 20 years,
CMA has been able to
extend their outreach to mil-
lions of people throughout
the world by the fruits of
Run for the Son. By giving
to fellow ministries, they
have been able to place the
message of hope in front of
The multitudes in hundreds of
other countries.
In addition, Run for the
Son has enabled CMA to
equip the saints here in the
United States to reach the
Jost with the Gospel of Jesus
Christ. The successful efforts
'of the past twenty years have
raised over 27 million dol-
lars to help spread the Good
'News.
This year Maranatha
Riders, the local chapter of


CMA, will be sponsoring an
observation ride open to all
motorcyclists on Saturday,
May 3rd. The ride will be
unescorted in small groups


sent out a few minutes apart.
The ride will take approxi-
mately 2.5 hours over a dis-
tance of 112 miles. There
will be three stops along the
way where each rider will


receive a ticket for the draw-
ing of a $100, $50, or $25
gift card. The drawing will
be held after the last group is
in at the destination. The
route for the
ride is East
on Highway
90 from
Pensacola to
SR 4 in
Mill i g an.
Stop 1. Turn
Northwest
th r o u g h
Baker and
continue on
Hwy. 4 to the intersection of
Munson Hwy. Stop 2 (Ruth's
General Store). Continue
into Jay, Stop 3 (Farmer's
Country Market/Shell
Station). Turn South on SR


Jernigan assigned to church in VA


SRev. & Mrs. Jesse the youth minister and choir Jernigan of Milton. His wife,
Jernigan will be leaving director at Bristol First Jill, is the daughter of Mr. &
April 24 for his first church Assembly of God in Bristol, Mrs. Mark (Becky) Miller of
assignment after completion Va. Jesse is the son of Mr. & Jay. They are wished much
of studies at Pace Assembly Mrs. Johnny (Roxanne) success in their service to the
of God in Pace. He will be Dozier and the late Billy Lord.

13th Annual Hearts Together for Life


The Pregnancy
Resource Center held their
13th Annual Hearts Together
Afor Life Banquet on April
,1-3th at the First Baptist
,Church Family'Life Center.
-Dr. William Lile, OBGyn
did a superb job as our guest
speaker. Music was provided
by Maria Pool and the
Willets. We had over 350
supporters in attendance.
Our Gold sponsor was
:aRobert Smith Insurance.
Silver Sponsors were
Chandria Lynn Johnson
M.D. and the Knights of


Columbus.
Other sponsors include
Christian Life Church, Dr.
Jon Fountain Larry
Mathews, Sheriff Wendell
Hall, Betty Morgan, Mary
Shirah, First Baptist Church,
Carol Miller, Hickory
Hammock Baptist Church,
Shirley Baxter, Stu
Hoffman, Terri Mathews
Coordinator You are
Unique, Locklin & Jones,
Comprehensive Dental
Center Dr. Jeff Ottley,
Harolyn Pollard, Bonnie
Goldfarb, Angie Batten -


AllState Insurance Gulf
Breeze, Maria Luisa
Moncado Dunn, Pardue
Inspections Lee Calvin
Pardue, Louise Egler, Steve
Hall Realtor, American
Alarm Anthony Bailey,
Cindy Roberts, Pace Rotary
Club-Margaret Porter, First
Assembly of God, Ropella &
Associates, Dr. Noel L
Spurlock, True Grace
Fellowship, Shirley Curry,
Greg & Betty Thorsen,
Commissioner Thomas
Stewart.


SChumuckla UMC to celebrate homecoming


' The Chumuckla United
Methodist Church will be
.celebrating their
.,Homecoming on Sunday,
April 27th! Please come and
,join in our services followed


by a covered dish luncheon.
Guest pastor, Ruth
Knights, will conduct servic-
es. Early service begins at 9
a.m. and traditional service
begins at 11 a.m. Lunch will


be served at 12:30 p.m.
Come out :and join in
the fellowship and luncheon.
Chumuckla UMC has much
for which to be thankful!


-"For he satisfieth the longing soul, andfilleth the hungry soul with goodness." -


Paae 3B


89 to CR 197 (Chumuckla
Hwy.) continue to Woodbine
Road in Pace. The final des-
tination will be the Pace
Brothers Nature Preserve
located across from the
Bayou Cafe.
Remember: Date of Run
is Saturday, May 3rd.
Registration is at 10 a.m. at
American Legion Post 340,
8890 Ashland Ave.,
Pensacola, 1 mile South of 9
Mile Road. First Group out
is at 10:15 a.m. Cost is
FREE. Donations will be
accepted at the end of the
ride for the food. Food pro-
vided will be hot dogs, ham-
burgers, chips, drinks and ice
cream (donations are nor
required but will be accept-
ed).


FREE Give-

Away of

Clothing!

On Friday, April 25,
there will be a free cloth-
ing give-away at
Chumuckla United
Methodist Church, locat-
ed at 9475 Chumuckla
Highway, just north of
Farmer's Opry. There
will be available-chil-
dren, infant, and adult
clothing, all in excellent
condition and available
to whoever needs it.
There are no require-
ments or restrictions.
Please come and let us
help you with your cloth-
ing needs. We will be
open from 10 a.m. to 2
p.m.


from the United States Army
Basic Training April 4, 2008.
Attending the ceremony
was his mom, Donna
D'Angelo, his sister, Tiffany,
grandparents, David and
Carol Cox, and his dad,
Angelo Seeley.
Private Seeley will be
stationed at Fort Eustis,
Virginia for the duration of
his AIT School, where he
will be trained in helicopters.-
Congratulations Tony!
We love you and we are
proud of you! Love, Your
family.

Pray for our
military


Ask the Preacher

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

Dear Pastor Gallups "I know that you opposed
Santa Rosa County going "wet." I know that you warned
of other things to come if we went wet. You said gambling
and possibly the sale or possession of alcohol on county
property may follow a wet vote. You also said that strip
joints and organized crime might visit us as well. We are
almost 2 years into the "wet" stage now and I see none of
this. Do.you have a response?" D.G., Milton
Dear D.G., Well, of course I have a response!
It is amazing to me that you and many others like you
do not even know what is going on in your own county.
Before 1 get to that, let me qualify something.
Let me remind our readers, that prior to living in
Santa Rosa County, I have lived in three WET counties in
"my adult life. In two of the wet counties in which I lived
- in Florida, I was a Deputy Sheriff and criminal investi-
gator.
For 25 years now...I have been a preacher of the
Word of God. I know the Biblical principles of God's
judgment that befall a people who purposely "choose"
something evil.
Our County Commissioners recently voted 4-1 to
allow alcohol possession on county property in Navarre:
Admittedly it had certain limitations attached, but the
precedent has been set nonetheless. Additionally, one of
our Commissioners has just met with realtors in the south
end of the county to discuss the possibility of legalized
gambling casinos. This follows a move by our Governor
to do the same throughout the State. These two things are
the very things that our current Commissioners "assured"
us would "never happen" if the County went wet.
With the type of gambling that is being considered,
often comes organized crime and other vises. Strip joints
are a very real possibility as well. Package stores and
liquor joints are now dotting our landscape and rows of
alcohol counters are now visible in our grocery stores.
This is just the beginning.
I don't know what part of this you don't under-
stand:..but, sadly, you are not alone. Our county lost
something special and precious when we went "wet." And
I haven't even spoken of the precious young lives we are
yet to lose. May God have mercy upon us.
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
an questions for Ask The Preacher, send it to: Ask The Preacher, Hickory Hammock Baptist
Church. 8351 Hickory Hammock Road, Milton, Florida 32583--paid advertisement


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The family of Tony Congratulations to their
Seeley would like to say Soldier. Tony graduated


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NOTICE OF CHANGE OF LAND USE

AND INTENT TO CONSIDER AN ORDINANCE


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

Local Planning Board (to consider and make a recommendation on
the proposals):

Thursday, May 8, 2008 at 6:00 p.m.

Board of County Commissioners (to consider adoption of the ordi-
nance):

Thursday, May 22, 2008 at 6:00 p.m.

Both meetings will be held at the Santa Rosa County Administrative
Center in the Board Meeting Room, 6495 Caroline Street, Milton, Flori-
da. At the public hearing, the Board of County Commissioners shall
consider adoption of an ordinance entitled as follows:

Ordinance No. 1:

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

Ordinance No. 2:

AN ORDINANCE RELATING TO SANTA ROSA
COUNTY, FLORIDA; AMENDING ORDINANCE.91-24
AS AMENDED; CHANGING THE ZONING DISTRICTS
AS DEPICTED IN THE ATTACHED MAPS;
APPROVING THE AMENDMENTS TO THE OFFICIAL
ZONING MAP OF THE LAND DEVELOPMENT CODE
AS DEPICTED IN THE ATTACHED MAPS; AMENDING
ORDINANCE 2003-25; AMENDING THE FUTURE
LAND USE MAP OF THE SANTA ROSA COUNTY
COMPREHENSIVE PLAN; CHANGING THE LAND
USE -CLASSIFICATIONS AS DEPICTED IN THE
ATTACHED MAPS; AMENDING CHAPTER 10, THE
CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS ELEMENT, SCHEDULE OF
CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS; AMENDING CHAPTER 4,
TRANSPORTATION ELEMENT, UPDATING THE
FUTURE TRANSPORTATION MAP SERIES 4-1 THRU
4-4; AMENDING CHAPTER 4, TRANSPORTATION
ELEMENT, UPDATING TABLE 4.1, ADOPTED LEVEL
OF SERVICE (LOS); AMENDING CHAPTER 4, TRANS-
PORTATION ELEMENT, POLICY 4.1.D.8 ADDING
PROPORTIONATE FAIR-SHARE AS AN OPTION FOR
MEETING CONCURRENCY CRITERIA; AMENDING
CHAPTER 3, FUTURE LAND USE ELEMENT, POLICY
3.1.A.8 TO PROVIDE FOR A CONTRADA MIXED USE
CATEGORY; PROVIDING FOR SEVERABILITY; PRO-
VIDING FOR CODIFICATION; AND PROVIDING FOR
AN EFFECTIVE DATE.


Zoning District Amended: from AG-2 (Agriculture District) to AG (Agri-
culture District) total approximately 131 (+/-) acres.


Zoning District Amended: from R1 (Single Family Residential District)
to NC (Neighborhood Commercial District) and R2 (Medium Density
Residential District).
Future Land Use Designation Amended: from Single Family Resi-
dential to Commercial and Medium Density Residential District -
approximately 4.2 acres.










Zoning District Amended: from AG (Agriculture District) to HCD
(Highway Commercial Development District).
Future Land Use Designation Amended: from Agriculture to Com-
mercial approximately 9.95 acres.


Zoning District Amended: from NBMDR (Navarre Beach Medium Den-
sity District) to NBC (Navarre Beach Commercial District).
Future Land Use Designation Amended: from Navarre Beach Medium
Density Residential to Navarre Beach Commercial approximately .11
acres.










Zoning District Amended: from AG (Agriculture District) to HCD (High-
way Commercial Development District),
Future Land Use Designation Amended: from Agriculture to Commer-
cial approximately .70 acres.





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The following proposed map amendments will be considered for inclusion
and transmittal to the Department of Community Affairs as part of the
second of two (2 of 2) amendment packages allowed by Florida Statutes
in Calendar Year 2008 (08-2).

Zoning District Amended: from AG (Agriculture District), R1 (Single
Family Residential District), and R2M (Medium Density Mixed Residential
Subdivision District) to HCD (Highway Commercial Development District).
Future Land Use Designation Amended: from Agriculture, Single Fami-
ly Residential and Residential to Commercial approximately 55.42
acres.









Zoning District Amended: No Change
Future Land Use Designation Amended: from Agriculture to Single
Family Residential approximately 524.67 acres.


Zoning District Amended: No Change
Future Land Use Designation Amended: from Agriculture, Single Fami-
ly Residential, and Garcon Point Single Family to Industrial approxi-
mately 590.42 acres.

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The following proposed map amendment will be considered for inclusion
and transmittal to the Department of Community Affairs as part of the
Comprehensive Plan Amendment associated with the Contrada Hills
Development of Regional Impact (DRI).

Zoning District Amended: No Change
Future Land Use Designation Amended: from Agriculture to Contrada
Mixed Use approximately 2,718 acres.


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

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


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SScratch Ankle


Members of the 2008 Scratch Ankle Executive Committee have been instrumental in planning this years event for downtown Milton. This years festivities will feature several vendors and booths
along Willing Street and Downtown Milton.
Press Gazette photo by Bill Gamblin


Friday April 25
Main Stage
4:30 p.m. White Line Fever
6:30 p.m. Michael Peck
7:30 Announce King and Queen
8 p.m. Lance Cook

Saturday April 26
Main Stage
10 a.m. Heavenly Freedom
noon Kids Parade
12:30 p.m. Hobbs Middle Band
1:30 p.m. Crossroads
2:30 p.m. Berry Bake Off
Winners
3 p.m. Johnny Pepper
5:30 p.m. Sawgrass Revival
7 p.m. Fire Baton Show
8 p.m. South Point


Friday April 25
North Stage
4:30 p.m. Blackwater Pyrates
4:40 p.m. Rusty Whitfield
5:30 p.m. Readers Theate'r
6:30 p.m. T.K. Garrett
7:30 p.m. Kristen Caris
8:30 p.m. Eric Sweeney and Co.

Saturday April 26
North Stage
10 a.m. Rusty Whitfield
11 a.m. Karaoke Winners
Noon Readers Theater
1 p.m. Kristen Caris
2 p.m. Various Artists
3 p.m. Various Artists
4 p.m. Sadie Blu
5 p.m. Readers Theater
6 p.m. David Martin
7 p.m.- T.K. Garrett
8 p.m. Eric Sweeney


The Riverwalk Farmers Market will
be open on the corner of Highway
90 and Elmira Street on Saturday
from 7 a.m. to 1 p.m.


A lot on tap for Scratch Ankle


There are so many excit-
ing things going on at Scratch
Ankle, it is hard to find a place
to start....
Kicking off the event on
Friday at 4:30 p.m. will be a
ribbon cutting with the
Blackwater Pyrates.
Immediately following the
ribbon cutting, BOTH
STAGES will light up with a
variety of local talent. 7:30
p.m. Friday evening on the
Main Stage (pavilion South of
the Veteran's Memorial) we
will announce the King and
Queen of Scratch Ankle.
Friday Night on the
North Stage (in the Imogene
Parking lot) there will be a
variety of music & theater.


After a wet, cold start to
the growing season, THE
FARMERS MARKET will
finally be OPEN, Saturday,
April 26th from 7:30 a.m.
until 1 p.m. at the corer of
Elmira and Highway 90. This
year we will have Saturday
music, cooking demonstra-
tions, local art, home made
candles and soaps. After the
Saturday kick off, the
Farmers Market will return to
it's normal place, behind the
Courthouse on Willing Street
on Tuesdays, Thursdays &
Saturdays from 7:30 a.m. until
1 p.m. Buy local, support your
farmers by purchasing deli-
cious, Santa Rosa fresh pro-
duce.


We are STILL LOOK-
ING for the contestants who
think they have the BEST
Berry recipe. Cook your
favorite Berry Dessert,
include your recipe with your
entry and drop it off from 10
am until noon on Saturday.
Winners will be announced at
2:30 p.m.
We are still accepting
entries to the Children' Parade.
Free and lots of fun, children
will line up at 11:30 at the end
of South Willing St. At
Noon will parade up to the
Main Pavilion for a photo
opportunity. Jr. and Little
Miss Scratch Ankle will be
selected randomly from the
children participating in this


Volunteers downtown have been working for weeks to put the final touches on this weekends
Scratch Ankle Festival including places like the marquee of the Imogene Theater. Scratch Ankle
Festivities will run from 4:30 p.m. to 10 p.m. Friday and from 10 a.m. to 10 p.m. on Saturday.
Press Gazette photo by Bill Gamblin


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ton, Floida 33431 within thirty
1301 days after the first public.
tion of this notice, April 11,
2008 and file the original with
the clerk of this Court either be-
fore service on Plaintiffs attor-
ney or immediately there after;
otherwise a default will be en-
tered against you for the relief
demanded in the Complaint.
WITNESS my handnd d seal of
this Court on the 3 day of
March, 2008.
MARY M. JOHNSON
Circuit and County CouRts
CIRCUIT COURT SEAL
By: Brandy Norris


Joel M Ouellette; Rebecca A eput y Clekt
Ouellette a/k/a Beccy A Quell 042308
ette; Morgage Electionic Rixjis 043008
ration SYsems Inc., as nromi 4/
oe for oHH ,ortgaqe Corp
k/a Cendant Mortgage_
Carpi; Motiiage Electronic Reg.
israion SysTems, Inc., as nomi- Legal 4/93
nee for Quicken Loans Inc.; Un- 93
known Parties in Possession # 1; IN THE CIRCUIT OF THE 1ST
Unknown Parties in Possession JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLOR-
#2; I living, and all UnknoNn 'IDA IN AND FOR SANTA
Parties claiming by, through. un- ROSA COUNTY
der and agansi the above Case #: 07 1259 CA (C)
named Defendant(s) who are Division #: C C
not known to be dead or alive.
whether said Unknown Parties UNC:
may claim an interest as
Spouse, Heirs, Devisees, Grant- U.S Bank National Association
ees, or Other Claimants as trustee under Pooli and
De, edans). SeIicina Aqreemenl DoTed as
Defendants) o( Marci 1. 006
Tlr[cE N I E OF_ A.TTN FORE- T 2006 WMCI Moritage
T Poss-Throuqh Certificates Senes
.O D -.-F. '2006 WMC ,


TO:Pl
Rebecca A Ouellelte a/k/a P
Beccy A. QueletIe, vs
Residence unknown, if giving, inAm
cudn any unk,,nown,, spoue of itm
the said Defendants if either t
has remarried and if eithe or istr
both of said Defendants are neis
dead, their respective unknown t
heirs, devisees, grantees, as- i
signees, creditors, ienors, and
trustees, and all otiler sons
claimin by, through, under or1 Pi
agaiinst'he named Defendantls)" It
and the atoremenlioned named ar
Defendants) and such of the ob
aforementioned unknown De- re
pendants and such o te ofore- pal
mentioned unknown Defendants Po
as may be infants, incompetents 4e
or otherwise not sui juris De
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
thai an action has been com- NO
menced to foreclose a mort- NO
gage on the following real prop- sua
erty, lying and beina and situ- me
ajed in Santa Rosa County, Flor- 7
ida( more particularly described 0o
as follows: cui
cuit
LOT 16 BLOCK E, HERITAGE cuio
PARK REPLAT A SUBDIVISION CoB
OF SECTION 22 TOWNSHIP tr
2 SOUTH RANGE 26 WEST, ru
ACCORDING TO THE PLAT M
THEREOF RECORDED IN PLAT ra
BOOK 9 PAGE 49-51 OF THE W
PUBLIC RECORDS OF SANTA Cer
ROSA COUNTY, FLORIDA. 1,
more commonly known as Pae
9017 Orlando Avenue, Noa- r
varre, FL 32566. andt
TH
This action has been filed TH
against y nd you an e re CO
quired to serve a copy of your 68
written defense if any, upon TO
SHAPIRO & FISIMAN, LLP, At- CE
torneys for Plaintiff, whose ad-
dress is 2424 North Federal sc


intiff


manda Michele Parise and
1es Thomas Porise, her hus-
nd: Moratoge Electronic Reg-
alion Sysvoms, Inc., as nomn-
f for WMC Moriqage Corpo-
on; CampOut, nc ; Marcos
Irtel; Unknown Parties in Pos-
sion #1: Unknown Parties ini
session #2; If living, and all
known Parties clearing by,
tough, under and against the
ove named Defendoantls who
nol known to be dead or
re, whetlhr said Unknown
ties may claim oa interest as
house, Heirs, evisees, Grant.
s. or Otlie Claimanis
fendant(s}.
>TICE OF SALE
)TICE IS HEREBY GIVEN pur
nt to an Order of Final Jiudg
nt of Foreclosure dated April
2008, entered in Civil Case
. 07 1259 CA (C) of the Cir-
t Court of the 1st Judicial Cir-
tin and for Santo Rosa
unty, Florida, wherein U.S.
ik Nalonal Association as
tee under Pooling and Serv-
ig Agreement Dated as df
arclh T 2006 MASTR Asset
ked Securities Trust 2006
/Mr1 Mortgage Pass-Throuqh
rtiticate Series 2006 W (CE
Plaintiff and Amanda Mi-
le Parise and James Thomas
ise, herhusband are defend-
is) I will sell tg he highest
i est bidder tr cash AT
E NORTH FRONT DOO F OF
E SANTA ROSA COUNTY
COURTHOUSE LOCATED AT
65 CAROLINE STREET, MIL-
N, FLORIDA AT 11:00 A.M.
NItRAL STANDARD TIME on
y 8 2008, the following de-
bed property as set folih in


said Final Judgment, to-wit: NOTICE OF SALE
LOT 5, IN BLOCK D, OF VILLA NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN pur.
GARCON A SUBDIVISION OF suant to an Order of Final Judg-
A PORTION OF SECTION 14 ment of Foreclosure dated April
TOWNSHIP 1 SOUTH, RANGE 7 2008 entered in Civil Cose
28 WEST, SANTA ROSA No. 07-468CA of the Circuit
COUNTY, FLORIDA ACCORD. Court of lhe Ist Judicial Circuit
ING TO THE PLAT THEREOF in and for Santo Rosa County,
AS RECORDED IN PLAT BOOK Florida wherein Deutsche Bank
C AT PAGE I 14, OF THE PUB- Trust Compny Americas, as
LIt RECORDS OF SANTA Trustee id Custodian for
ROSA COUNTY, FLORIDA Soundview Home Loan Trusl
2006-EQ1, Plaintiff and Evelyn
ANY PERSON CLAIMING S. Phillips are defendantss. I
AN INTEREST IN THE SUR- will sell o Ithe highest and best
PLUS FROM THE SALE IF bidder Tor cash AT THE
ANY OTHER THAN THE NORTH FRONT DOOR OF THE
PROPERTY OWNER AS OF SANTA ROSA COUNTY
THE DATE OF THE LIS COURTHOUSE LOCATED AT
PENDENS MUST FILE A 6865 CAROLINE STREET, MIL-
CLAIM WITHIN 60 DAYS TON FLORIDA AT 11:00 A.M.
AFTER THE SALE. CENTRAL STANDARD TIME on
IF June 4, 2008 the following
IF YOU ARE A PERSON WITH described property as set fort
A DISABILITY WHO NEEDS in soid Final Judgment, to-wi:
ANY ACCOMMODATION IN
ORDER TO PARTICIPATE IN LOT 17, BLOCK B, PRITCHARD
THIS PROCEEDING. YOU ARE POINT A SUBDIVISION, AC-
ENTITLED, AT NO COST TO CORDING TO THE PLAT
YOU. TO THE PROVISION OF THEREOF AS RECORDED IN
CERTAIN ASSISTANCE. PLAT BOOK E, PAGE 22, PUB-
PLEASE CONTACT SANTA LIC RECORDS OF SANTA
ROSA COUNTY COURT- ROSA COUNTY, FLORDIA.
HOUSE, 6495 CAROLINE
STREET, MILTON, FL 32570 ANY PERSON CLAIMING
WITHIN 2 WORKING DAYS AN INTEREST IN THE SUR-
OF YOUR RECEIPT OF THIS PLUS FROM THE SALE IF
NOTICE OF SALE: IF YOU ARE ANY OTHER THAN THE
HEARING IMPAIRED CALL: PROPERTY OWNER AS OF
1-800.955-8771; IF YOU ARE THE DATE OF THE LIS
VOICE IMPAIRED CALL: PENDENS MUST FILE A
1-800-955-8770 CLAIM WITHIN 60 DAYS
DATED at MILTON Floida, Ihis AFTER THE SALE.
7 day of April, 2018.
IF YOU ARE A PERSON WITH
MARY M. JOHNSON A DISABILITY WHO NEEDS
CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT ANY ACCOMMODATION IN
COURT ORDER TO PARTICIPATE IN
CIRCUIT COURT SEAL THIS PROCEEDING, YOU ARE
Santa Rosa County, Florida ENTITLED AT NO COST TO
Susan Land YOU TO THE PROVISION OF
Deputy Clerk CERTAIN ASSISTANCE.
PLEASE CONTACT SANTA
ATTORNEY FOR PLAINTIFF: ROSA COUNTY COURT-
SHAPIRO & FISHMAN, LLP HOUSE, 6495 CAROLINE
2424 North Federal Highway, STREET, MILTON, FL 32570
Suite 360 WITHIN 2 WORKING DAYS
Boca Raton, Florida 33431 OF YOUR RECEIPT OF THIS
07.84817B NOTICE OF SALE: IF YOU ARE
HEARING IMPAIRED CALL:
041608 1.800-955.8771; IF YOU ARE
042308 VOICE IMPAIRED CALL:
4Lj393 1.800-955-8770
DATED I MILTON Florida this
8 day o April, 2008.
Legal 4/394 MARY M. JOHNSON
CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF COURT
THE 1ST JUDICIAL CIRCUIT CIRCUIT COURT SEAL
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR Santa Rosa County, Florida
SANTA ROSA COUNTY
Case #: 07-1468-CA Brandy Norris
Division #: B Deputy Clerk
UNC: ATTORNEY FOR PLAINTIFF
SHAPIRO & FISHMAN, LLP
Deutsche Bank Trust Company 10004 N. Dale Mabry High-
Americas as Trustee and Custo way, Suite 112
dian for Soundview Home Loan Tampa FL 33618
Trust 2006-EQ1, 07-87359T
Plaintiff,
041608
-vs.- 042308
S.., .lI .. _.... 4/39_4


Evelyn S. Prlllips; unknown rar-
ties in Possession #1; If living,
and all Unknown Parties claim-
ing by, through, under and
against the above named De-
lendant(s' who are not known to
e dead or alive, whether said
Unknown Parties may claim an
interest as Spouses Heirs Devi-
sees, Grantees, or tther Clain-
aDenanls
Defendan t(s).


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IN THE CIRCUIT OF THE 1ST
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLOR-
IDA IN AND FOR SANTA
ROSA COUNTY
Case #: 57 2007 CA
001270(C)
Division#:
UNC:
Wells Frgo Bank, N.A. os
Trustee for ABFC 2006,PT
Trust, ABFC Asset-Backed Certit
icates Series 2006-OPT1.,
Plaintif,
-vs.-
Aidamarie R. Mioduszewski
and Robert S. Mioduszewski,
Wife and Husband; Unknown
Parties in Possession #1: Un-
known Parties in Possession #2;
I Mii, and all Unknown Par-
ties claiming by, itirough, under
and agaims the above named
Detendant(s) who ate not
known to be 'dnad or alive,
whether said Unknowni Poarties


may -claim an interest as
Spouse, Heirs, Devisees, Grant-
ees, or Other Claimants
Defendant(s).
NOTICE OF SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN pur-
suant to an Order of Final Jud-
ment of Foreclosure dated April
7 2008 entered in Civil Case
o. 57 1007 CA 001270 (C)
of the Circuit Court of the lst Ju-
dicial Circuit in and for Santa
Rosa County, Florida, wherein
Wells Fargo Bank N.A. as
Trustee for ABFC 2006-DPT1
Trust, ABFC Asset-Backed Cerif-
icales, Series 2006-OPT1.,
Plaintiff and Aidamarie R.
Mioduszewski and Robert S.
Mioduszewski, Wife and Hus-
band are defendant(s), I will sell
to the highest and best bidder
for casf, AT THE NORTH
FRONT DOOR OF THE SANTA
ROSA COUNTY COURT-
HOUSE LOCATED AT 6865
CAROLINE STREET, MILTON,
FLORIDA AT 11:00 A.M. CEN-
TRAL STANDARD TIME on May
6, 2008. The following de.
scribed property as set forth in
said Final Judgment, to-wit:
LOT 30 BLOCK 3 NORTH
SHORES 1ST ADDIION, AC-
CORDING TO THE PLAT
THEREOF AS RECORDED IN
PLAT BOOK C, PAGE 67, OF
THE PUBLIC RECORDS OF
SANTA ROSA COUNTY, FLOR-
IDA. TOGETHER WITH THE
RIGHT TO USE AS INGRESS
AND EGRESS TO SANTA
ROSA SOUND LOT 18 BLOCK
1 SECOND ADDITION TO
NORTH SHORES SUBDIVI-
SION, IN COMMON USE
WITH OTHER BACK LOT
OWNERS,
ANY PERSON CLAIMING
AN INTEREST IN THE SUR-
PLUS FROM THE SALE IF
ANY OTHER THAN THE
PROPERTY OWNER AS OF
THE DATE OF THE LIS
PENDENS MUST FILE A
CLAIM WITHIN 60 DAYS
AFTER THE SALE.
IF YOU ARE A PERSON WITH
A DISABILITY WHO NEEDS
ANY ACCOMMODATION IN
ORDER TO PARTICIPATE IN
THIS PROCEEDING, YOU ARE
ENTITLED, AT NO COST TO
YOU TO'THE PROVISION OF
CERTAIN ASSISTANCE.
PLEASE CONTACT SANTA
ROSA COUNTY COURT-
HOUSE, 6495 CAROLINE
STREET, MILTON, FL 32570
WITHIN 2 WORKING DAYS
OF YOUR RECEIPT OF THIS
NOTICE OF SALE: IF YOU ARE
HEARING IMPAIRED CALL:
1-800-955-8771; IF YOU ARE
VOICE IMPAIRED CALL:
1-800-955-8770
DATED at MILTON Florida, this
8 day of April, 2008.
MARY M. JOHNSON
CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT
COURT
CIRCUIT COURT SEAL
Santa'Rosa County. Florida by
Angela Dunn
Deputy Clerk
ATTORNEY FOR PLAINTIFF:
SHAPIRO & FISHMAN LLP
2424 North Federal Highway,
Suite 360
Boca Raton, Florida 33431
07-848828
041608



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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
FOR SANTA ROSA
COUNTY FLORIDA PRO-
BATE DIVISION
File No. S7-2008-CP-56
Division Probate
IN RE: ESTATE OF
ANNE MARIE BLAKE


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"Deceased,
OQTICE T CREDl.TQR,
The adminiislration of the estate
of Anno Maie Blake deo
S .eased whose date of dailih
ewas May 23, 2007, is pending
.in ih lCircui Courto Sanl t
SRosa Courty, Floridac Prlbite.t
Division, thle oddiess of which is
.PO Box 472, Milton, FL
3257,"2 The name' and lod
d osses of the posonal oOpro-
siintati've and tile personal
opeentalis oiorney are sol
0niofh below.
"Al creditors of thile decedent
and other per solns hoiIni( claims
Sor demand s against dedent's
estolae on whom a copy of this
notice is reqvied to be served
Smust fe eir cirlaims with this
court WITHIN THE LATER OF 3
-MONTHS AFTER THE TIME OF
THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF
THIS NOTICE OR 30 DAYS AF-
,TER THE DATE OF SERVICE OF
A COPY OF THIS NOTICE ON
.THEM.
.All other creditors of the dece-
odent and other persons having
claims or demands against
decedent's estate must file their
S claims with this court WITHIN 3
.MONTHS AFTER THE DATE OF
THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF
THIS NOTICE.
ALL CLAIMS NOT FILED
'WITHIN THE TIME PERIODS
"SET FORTH IN SECTION
'733.702 OF THE FLORIDA
"PROBATE CODE WILL BE FOR-
SEVER BARRED.
"NOTWITHSTANDING THE
TIME PERIODS SET FORTH
ABOVE, ANY CLAIM FILED
TWO 121 YEARS OR MORE AF-
,TER THE DECEDENT'S DATE
,OF DEATH IS BARRED.
aThe dale of first publication of
,this notice is April 16, 2008.
Attorney for Personal Represent-
ative:
BERT H. SCHULTZ, ES
Attorney for Robert TBlake, Jr.
Florida Bar No. 071448
Peridia Office Park
3911 Golf Park Lon -#102
Bradenton, Florida 34203
Telephone: (941) 746-1189
Fax: (941) 7466824
Personal Representative:
obert T. Blake, Jr.
5903 Flotilla Dr., Holmes Beach
FL, 34217
042308
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The Wet FloridaRegional
Panningonc announces
a public meeting to which all
persons ore invited. The Wol-
on/Okaloosa/Santa Rosa Re-
gional Utility Authority will meet
at 2 p.m. Wed., Aoril 23,
2008 in the 3rd Roor Large
Conference -Room of tIe
Okaloosa County Administra-
tive Bldg. located at 1804
Lewis Turner Blvd. Ft. Walton
Beach 32547. Phone (850)
,651-7172.
The RUA Technical Advisory
Committee meetin, also open
, to the public, will be held at 1
p.m. on the same date and at
he same location.
Direct any questions about these
meetings to Ms. Gutierrez at
1850) 332-7976 x226 or
800-226-8914 for persons out-
side the Pensacola area.
Please notify staff 48 hours in
'advance if special accommo-
dations are needed with regard
Sto the Americans with Disobili-
Sties Act.
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this meeting please contact ment for continued publi-
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or 17.dn.t siosa5 a N cation.
Santa Rosa County adheres to -A
the Americans with Disabilities The e a ion of .
Act and will make reasonable he following propose Ordia
modifications for access to this e e h oord f Couny
calefin upoce ni niriislPleas o`" d5 of County
meeting upon request Please Commissioners of Santa Rosa 1160
annntPRaa n doled for 9:I0
ngca SZoninand Deveounly amennt County is scheduled for 9:30.
v Zoni a ndD850 981-7 7 m to ann May 8, 2008, in the
Division a850 981-7075 to commissioner meetin room at Reward LOST
make a reues. or he Adinistratve Co ex, 2-Bassett Hounds in the
H8e0rn55-8770 a moIe ued 6495 Caroline StreetoMil lon lt
1800-a955. 770 Vice. Re. Friday Stree,' o' Munson School area.
quests must be received at least '850-336-2385
48 hours in advance of the AN ORDINANCE AMEND-
meeting in order to provide the ING RULES AND REGULA-
requesed service. TIONS FOR PUBLIC PARKS Ty Fox Terrier
AND RECREATIONAL FA- Lost on Hw( 90 in Pace.
042308 CILITIES IN SANTA ROSA Hwy 90 in Pace.
042308 COUNTY- AMENDING OR- Female. White with dark
4422 DINANCE 2005 -11 PRO- atches. Answers to
BVID ING FORNLYKATEN Peanut". She is so much
BOARDING ONLY IN I ea
AREAS DESIGNATED FOR apart of our family and
SUCH USE; PROVIDING is probably wondering
FOR CODIFICATION; AND where we areIf you have
PROVIDING FOR AN EF-
Legal 4/430 FECTIVE DATE. any information please
cal 251-867-3836 or'
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT IN These oposd Ordinances 408-348-7890.
AND FOR SANTA ROSA may be inspected by the public
COUNTY, FLORIDA prito the above schechi ed
Case No. 07-765-CA meeting at the Office of Ihe
Clerk ot Courts, BOCC Suppor
IN RE: The Forfeiture of: Services DepartrOenl, 6495 A I3
Caroline Streel, Milton, Flrida
2004 Dodge Neorn p-Door All er lies l should
VIN# IR3A66S54D615914 lake notice ht i hey decide to
ippeta any decision made by
DEFENDANT/CLAIMANT: te Board of County Commis
sioners with respect to any mat- We Deliver & Install
GARY FRANCIS LUS, II. ste coinq before sid Board a
said mee iis er in ivid- entpede
_IK ual sponsi'lity to insure tt na
record of the proceedings they St. AugUStine
SG Francs are 2 appealing exists and for7
TO: G"rv Francis Lus, I, 2715 such purpose lhey will need to Bermuda
Trkie Bluff Road Navarre, insure ha verbatim record f Bald Pine Straw
Florida 32566; and all persons the proceeding is made, which Ba
who claim an interest n one record shall include the tesli.
2004 Oodqe Neon 4-Door, man ard the evidence upn C fSeTrs
VIN# IR3A566S54D615914, hc hei ppeal is to be
silver in color which was ed Interested parties may Cal tis lest Savea Iti
seized on or about June 15 appear at the meelin and be
2007 at 2715 Turkey Bluff ppeard l e pec itolhresepr. a' B7So Mton
Road, Navarre, Florida 32566. ose ordinances.
Said prorery is in the c.s.ody P' ordironces
of the Soao Rosa County 042308 626
Sheri's Office in Santa Rosa 042308
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3340 Sporting Goods
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3100
White antique electric
stove. Excellent condi-
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Almost new window AC,
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Fri. April 25
7am until ?
Antiques, household,
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4258 Bell Lane
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Brand new Gateway
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mous Roach Tablets,
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Over 100 tablets treats
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20x20 to 100x100
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4120 Sales
4130- Employment
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Installation/Maint/Repair
Mechanic-Turf
Equipment
Repair and Maintenance
on rotary and reel motors
for a landscape company
in Santa Rosa Beach,
Min 3 yrs exper. Fax re-
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Needed mature female
companion to live in
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Light housekeeping du-
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6100 Business/
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6110 Apartments
6120 Beach Rentals
6130 Condo/Townhouse
6140 House Rentals
6150 Roommate Wanted
6160 Rooms for Rent
6170 Mobile Home/Lot
8180 Out-ol-Town Rentals
6190 Tlmeshare Rentals
6200 Vacation Rentals


6100
Milton Office Space
for lease.
4-Offices, various sizes,
$350 & up includes utili-
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Milton Warehouse
Space Available, Huge
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App. 600 sq ft for $250
App. 900 sq ft for $375
App 1400 sq ftfor $575
App 1700 sq ft for $775
App 2000 sq ft for $900
S 3000 sq ft for
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Fenced back yard. No
Sets. Water furnished,
$450/mth 250/dep.
all 623-5734 or
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Milton
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Milton North Milton t'
Newer 3 BR/I BA 3/BR, /BA $650/mth I
duplex. All ceramic tile. $300/de. or 3/BR n
Stove, Fridge. Inside 2/BA $600/mtl cl
laundry room. Attached $300/de No pets. b
shed Nice neihbor- 6756614
hood. Non-smokinq unit. -61
$675 month. 626-2928. Pace 3.
di --l 2 33/3 Large doublewidel
Milton 1800 sq ft. Oak shaded M
Unfurnished 2/BR yard quiet street,
u6x,,$550/rth spotless. $995/mlh plus 2,
00dep No pets. security. 877-511-0624 m
all: 994-7246seui co
Navarre- Waterfront Pace 4
Large 1 br, 1 ba, private 5 Points area 3/2, 6-
ol W/D $650mo. sun room, fire place, pri- M
Call 850 516-5696 vacy fenced, 2-car gar-
__ _- age. $1050/mth 2,
Pace $700/dep. no
2/1 in Wal-Mart area. (850)55-590
$525. month/$300. 6:
deposit. 6235062 M
Pace/Mulat
2 bedroom / 1 bath 6150 |a
apartment for rent. Lots of a
yard for kids. $350 Mit on bl.
month, $350 deposit. Roommate wanted to di
(850)995-4335 share expenses in my b(
home (non smoking envi- pc
n ronment). $500. month- cc
includes utilities. bl
850)686-2918 1
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Navarre6 Roommate Wanted
Waterfront Share house $550.
Development month. Utilities included. 0
Now Leasing! Furnished or unfurnished. 2/
3 br, 3 ba condos from Chumuckla area. Enjoy el
$1050/mo. Gated com beautiful country living, m
munity with wterfron 20 minutes to Pace. b
p ot. Call 88 0PIER $250. deposit. Safe $4
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[- 6140 6160
3BR/2BA Foreclosure! Milton
$ 11,000 Only Glover Lane. Unfurnished
199/Mo! 5% down 20 room with bath. Refrig &
years @ 8% apr. Buy, microwave available. No
4/BR $477/Mo! For list- laundry facilities, pets, al-
ins 800)366-9783 Ext cohol drugs. Must have
5798. cell phone and
East Milto vehicle. $75/wk Cell:
East Milton 850)206-1299
3 bedroom 1 1/2 bath 11a- 1 99)
home I shady acre. 1 -1 p
car garage. $850 mo. Milton
$850 dep. 626-9844. Lare Room includes
Available in May. utilites, washer/dryer,
East Milton share kitchen, near Kings
5113 Holcomb Rd Middle School.
2/1, den can be used as $80-$100 per week,
a 3rd bedroom, sun plus deposit 626-2786
porch detattched gar- or 9823176
age, fenced yard, no
Mets. $600/rent
$600/security -
623-4409 617
Milton 2 Bedroom 1 3/2, C/H&A, equipped
bath duplex for rent. Two kitchen, W/D hookup,
units available. No pets. large fenced yard, quiet
994-9391 and private, screened
Milton back porch. Closelo 110.
3/BR 2/BA double car $600 month. $600 de-
garage, available now. posit. Accepting applica-
Militar clause honored. tions. 206-2147
Pets allowed with pet fee. East Milton
$925/mth Unfurnished 2/BR
$800/deposit. Call I/BA, older trailer on
5-51-27 r Nichols Lake pass South-
529-789ern Raceway on Rustic
Milton private lot. $350/mth
3/BR 2/BA, newly $250/dep. 994-7587
remodeled. Fenced in
back yard. $850/mth Jay/Milton/Pace
$850/dep. 501-6220 or Rentals 2 & 3 bed-
686-0602 rooms. $400-$650 per
month.Section 8/Hud ac-
Milton cepted. Call 994-5703
3BR/2BA, 1 car
gorage. North Milton. Milton
$800 month. 232-9700 1 Mile south of Whiting
Milto Field. 2/BR, with air,
Milton covered entry & all elec-
4/22 $1 275 tric. Just remodeled,
Thousand Oaks, Avail. waher hook up
June 15, 08. $400/mlth $300/dep.
850-826-0832 unfurnished. Includes gar-
Milton bage pick up. No pets.
Clean 2/BR 1/BA, 623-8753
stove, ret. No pets,
non-smoking environ- Milton
ment. Berryhill area. 2/BR 1/BA FDR on Av-
$795/rent $700/dep. alano" Blvd. Total Electric,
994-5946 626-8973
Milton
Milton 3/BR 2/BA Dou-
Newer Home near blewide 4226 Starwood
Whiting Field, 3/2, Court $650/mth
with extra lare room. $300/dep. No pets, to-
7255 Birdie [ane. No tal electric Bay Crest Re-
pets. $795/mth alt
I 00/dep. 221-6015 4-7918
tor more inf6.
Milton
Milton 5113 Ridgway Blvd.
Small house for rent on 2/BR 2/BA total electric,
Cedar St. Great for sen- private lot. $525/mth
iors. Rent $450, deposit $300/dep. No pets. Bay
$250. Call 626-0740 or Crest Realty
523-5734 No pets. 994-7918


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irge 2/2 all electric,
ew vinyl new carpet,
ean arid good neigh-
srs. 6555 Palomino off
wy 87, $495/mth
265/dep. 698-6189 or
32-7797/
ilton
larlboro Village
/BR 2/BA, home lust re-
odeled. Total electric,
covered entry. No pets.
450/mth, $350/dep.
26-6464 'after5:00pm.
Ailton
)uiet Park, 2006
/BR 2/BA. No Pets,
in-smoking. $545 per
onth plus deposit.
26-1552
unson, Florida
For Rent
te model 4/2 dou-
ewide in excellent con-
tidn on 7 acres, 2 stall
arn/garage, fenced
asture, conveniently lo-
ited off munson hwy in
ackwter state forest.
3 miles from milton.
300/month.
28-297-2881
rylorflies@skybest.com
ff Avalon Blvd
/BR, covered entry, all
ectric, CH/A, just re-
sdeled. Water & gar-
iae included.
425/mlh $300/dep.
o pets. 623-8753
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irch. $395 plus de-
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Milton
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2 story, 4 br, 21/2 a,
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5593 Okaloosa St.
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