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Title: The Santa Rosa press gazette
Sometimes published during Apr. 1984 as: Milton press gazette
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Language: English
Publisher: Milton Newspapers
Place of Publication: Milton, Fla
Creation Date: May 7, 2008
Publication Date: 1984-
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BI di"^4S get notices


By BILL GAMB
bgamblin@srpress --
Some Santa Rosa
County bus drivers got let-
ters on Monday which
caused a great deal of con-
cern and even some panic.
As per Federal Law,
First Student informed all
bus drivers, bus monitors,
and even mechanics their
employment with the com-
pany would terminate as of
June 30 or sooner.


next year as they were offi-
cially awarded the trans-
portation contract at the
April 24th meeting.
Many drivers who con-
tacted the Press Gazette
were upset and concerned
about their job, but after con-
tacting Joey Harrell,
Director of Transportation
for the Santa Rosa County
School System, this is stan-


.. C"cim through this
about three years ago when
we switched from Aramark
to Southern Management for
custodial services," said
Harrell. "For the most part
the only difference there will
be is next year the employ-
ees check will come from
someone different."
First Student, who origi-
nally started out as Laidlaw,
began their partnership with


the Santa Rosa' County
School System back on July
1, 1998 with over 240 bus
routes ran daily in Santa
Rosa County.
After entering into a
contract with Durham, the
board later approved a three-
tier bus schedule, which is
expected to help save dollars
normally spent on trans-
portation.
But despite the savings
issues, Harrell points out


there is a need for the drivers
currently employed by First
Student.
"We have to have good,
safe, qualified drivers to
continue to move forward as
a school system," said
Harrell. "We understand
anyone's concern right now,
but the times we are in, we
need to retain the drivers,
monitors, and mechanics to
keep things going."
Harrell pointed out all


employees should be getting
a letter by this Friday from
Durham Student Services
Regional Vice President to
explain what is going on and
give more specifics as to the
transition ahead.
"Durham did a mail out
based 'on the list I got from
Union Officials and they
were mailed out May 2nd,"
'said Harrell. "So the
-employees should be getting
the letters by Friday."


Ammons


found;


Spears is


arrested
By JENI SENTER
jsenter@srpressgazette. corn
The convicted felon who
has been hiding in the woods
with a 14-year-old missing
girl left his hideout in the
woods off Munson highway
long enough to give his son a
serious head injury on
Saturday
evening.
This
sparked a
24 hour
per day
search
b'e gin-n
ning on
Monday,
resulting
in the sus- Spears
pected.
kidnapper's arrest at about
10:30 Monday night.
K9 units tracked Ricky
Spears, 43, and he was found
hiding beneath Ammons'
grandmother's house 'on
Munson Highway after an
extensive search ordered on
Monday says Sheriff's office
spokesman Scott Haines.,
See SPEARS Page 6A

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Mother


misses


hearing

By JENI SENTER
jsenter@srpressgazette.com
Erin Brittany Markes
was scheduled to appear at a
dependency hearing regard-
ing her child's custody this
morning at 9 a.m. before
Judge Marci Goodman, but
she didn't make an appear-
ance.
There was no discussion
in court about her absence,
although after the hearing a
court officer stated the
"appearance was not manda-
tory and the attorney repre-
senting Markes could repre-
sent her without her making
an appearance."
A reporter spoke with
Markes' family this morning
by phone and they stated she
thought her case was to be
heard at 2 o'clock this after-
noon.
Markes' attorney,
Randall Werre, was present
for the pre-trial dependency
hearing.
DCF officials said dur-
ing -the hearing "initially
there was cooperation with
the department [by Markes],
but that has now fallen off."
DCF officials say
Markes has missed her psy-
chosocial evaluation with
them and they have been
unable to contact her at all
this week.
"We have tried to call her
cell number and it isn't
working, we also tried her
house number and it stays
busy. There has been no
answer from Markes and we
are concerned about her
emotional state," said the
DCF caseworker.
DCF also states that the
hospital has reported Markes
has been hostile to staff who
are caring for her child.
"We have some concerns
about the mental status of
See MOTHER Page 6A


Pot House is found in Navarre


Press Gazette Staff Report
The Santa Rosa County
Sheriff's Office Narcotics
Division executed a search
warrant last night in an
upscale neighborhood after
receiving information from
the landlord about an indoor
marijuana grow house oper-


ation, according to a release
issued Sunday morning by
Sgt. Scott Haines.
Deputies were dis-
patched to 9419 Bone Bluff
Drive in Navarre, after the
homeowner (who is' active
duty military) attempted to
make contact with the tenant


that is renting his home. The
homeowner had beeh
attempting to contact his ten-
ant over a period of time
without success.
The homeowner then
went to the residence and
entered the front door. As
soon as he entered, he


noticed that his entire house
had been converted into an
indoor marijuana grow
house operation. The
homeowner immediately
contacted the Sheriff's
Office to tell of his findings.
Narcotics Deputies then
obtained a search warrant


which was executed
Saturday night. When
deputies searched the prem-
ises, they also discovered
that a large detached garage
had also been converted into
an indoor marijuana grow
house.
See POT Page 4A


Commissioners talk economic development


By BILL GAMBLING
bgamblin@srpressgazette.com
Commissioners in Santa
Rosa County are looking at
ways to help spark the econ-
omy.
Despite the recent talk of
a BioDiesel facility looking
to locate in Santa Rosa
County, many of the com-
missioners are looking at


other factors that needed to
be addressed.
One of those will be the
focus of a public hearing
Thursday as commissioners
are looking to take the
impact fees that have been
levied the past two years and
make them due when a
building permit is issued to
the contractor instead of


when the final plat is
approved, as it has been.
"Two weeks ago we
voted to make a change and
move forward, now I would
also like to see what we can
do to improve the economy
in a short time," said Don
Salter. "Residential building
permits are down and I don't
care if we have to do a 12


month blue light special to
bring in more jobs."
Talk even centered on
creating enterprise zones,
but it appears Florida could
be on the outside looking in
when it comes to the future
facilities going into Mobile.
"I would like us to look
at impact fees as an econom-
ic stimulus for some of these


secondary companies who
are looking to locate in the
160 mile area," said Salter.
But Commissioner
Gordon Goodin laid a great
deal at the feel of the state
and their lack of support.
"Alabama has the go
zones and due to the eco-
nomic nature of the area
See COUNTY Page 4A








Pane 2-A Santa Rosa's Press Razene Wednesday-May 1, 2008


SPEAK


OUT

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Sunday, 6:22 p.m.


This is Ed. I just
wanted to thank the vot-
ers of Florida who voted
to pass a $50,000 tax
exemption for costing
me my job. The tax
exemption is passed and
then I am laid off. I thank
the voters of Florida for
making me lose my job.

Sunday, 11:37 a.m.

This is Jack. I want to
say that I think since the
taxpayers pay the politi-
cians salary I think we
should set how much we
pay' them. And I think
every politician should
not receive over $50,000
,a year. Some of them
would be overpaid at
'that.

Sunday, 9:50 a.m.

This is Beth from:
Pace. I was wondering
whatever happened to
(Willie and I am hoping
:he is okay.

Saturday, 4:37 p.m.

Yes, my name is
Mildred and I am won-
dering abqut condition of
the little boy, Erin
iMarkes' son. I was won-
dering how much weight
Ihe had gained since he
!has been in the hospital
under the care of the
'Department of Children.
I wish him well and his
Imom well also.

Friday, 3:35 p.m.

Yes, my name is
Angie and I live on
Garcon Point Road. I just
have one thing to say,
please slow down to the
people who fly up and
down this road. My cat
was killed two weeks
ago. The speed limit here
is 45 m.p.h. so please
slow down.
I would call the
police and ask them to
monitor this road, but the
police officers I see trav-
el up and down this road
fly just as fast as the oth-
ers. Please slow down,
and pay attention to the
speed limit. Thank you.

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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Jason Kimbrell, Manager for Lifeguard Operations, presents the keys of a retired ambulance to
President of the Milton Amateur Radio Club John Worley (KI4NOU). Also at the presentation
were Hugh Armstorng (NT4Z), ambulance project coordinator, Ken Dunn (K4SVX), club secre-
tary, Tomm Manning (AF4UG) past president, and Ruddy Hubbard (WA4PUP), the APRL


Section Manager.


Submitted photo


Local amateur radio


club gets

Special to the Press Gazette munity
The Lifeguard events
Ambulance Service has and ii
retired an ambulance from events
service and has transferred a cent:
the title to the Milton other
Amateur Radio Club. The tions s
ambulance will be re-fitted es are
and converted to a .commu- former
nications van for use by the be sig
club in emergencies in serv- by the
ice with the Amateur Radio Lif
Emergency Services of the the vel
American Radio Relay Milton
League. Santa
According to Rudy strange
Hubbard WA4PUP, ARRL ice. In
section Manager for 45 has pr
counties north of Orlando, hours
"This will be of great bene- ects: ir
fit both in local service and in elen
at times I am called on for days, r
'jump: teams'L (volunteer festival
operators) to assist in near- and p
by counties." Hubbard's recent
home club is the Milton events.
club. also
The re-outfitted vehicle space
will include high frequency, teur i
very high frequency and course
ultra high frequency com- Mannii
munications equipment and Cu
in addition to emergencies in the
will be available for com- ing th


new wheels


y service in such
as, bicycle races, 5K
OK races, including
where it will serve as,
ral control point for0
posted communica-
tations. These servic-
currently being per-
I by the club and will
gnificantly enhanced
new vehicle.
guard, in making
hicle available for the
n Club's service to
Rosans, is itself no
er to community serv-
one month alone it
ovided over 200 staff
to community proj-
icluding participation
nentary school career
medical standby at art
ls and the planning
preparation for the
Relay for Life
The company has
provided classroom
for a voluntary ama-
radio pre-licensing
taught by Tom
ng AF4UG.
rrently, Lifeguard is
process of remodel-
e former Key Auto


location on Avalon
Boulevard as its new head-
quarters in a move from
Pensacola. From Milton, it
will service a seven state
area. It is anticipated that its
vice president, accounting
department, and the human
resources department will
be relocated to Milton by
the end of May.
The company also oper-
ates an air ambulance serv-
ice with a fleet of aircraft,
including a Cessna 421,
three King Air aircraft, two
Lear Jets, and a Citation
Bravo Jet within its area. -
. Here at home it has set a
record of 51 patient transports
in 24 hours with an average
response time of seven min-
utes and 28 seconds. .. "
According to Jason
Kimbrell, Lifeguard
Operations Manager, "Wa
anticipate even more
improvements in Lifeguard
services, and appreciate the
opportunity to partner with
the Milton Radio Club in its
community service;
because of the importance
of these undertakings."


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. Santa Rosa's Press Gazette


Wednesday-May 7, 2008


Pane 2-A


WILLIAMS & WILLIAMS








Flag Dedication Ceremony


Military Flag Ceremony


Back on April 19, the Milton Benevolent Cemetery
Board held a Flag Dedication Ceremony. Flags were
raised to represent all branches of the military as well
as the POW-MIA flag to honor those veterans who went
to serve their country in battle and still have not made
it back home. Among those participating in the cere-
mony were members of the Marine Corps League,
American Legion, Am-Vets, Pensacola Young Marines,
the 842nd Signal Battalion, as well as those stationed at
NAS Whiting Field.
Press Gazette photos
by Bill Gamblin


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Drivers

Continued From Page One
Some bus drivers are
worried their jobs might not
be secure despite what they
were told during the board
meeting on April 24 since
they now have to go through
a physical, interview and
meet the qualifications of
Durham Student Services.
"As long as the employ-
ee is in good standing and
finishes up in good standing
they should have nothing to
worry about," said Harrell.
"The should be able to fill
out an application and then
go through the procedures
Durham has in place to hire
drivers."
Reports have a meeting
between the current bus driv-
ers and Durham to be sched-
.uled for May 18-


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Darrel Greer, president of the Kiwanis Club of Santa Rosa Sunrise thanks Mark McAnally,
Case Coordinator I State of Florida-Guardian Ad Litem Program for providing the program
for Kiwanis Club members. It is estimated that Guardian Ad Litem represents about 40 %
of the abused and neglected children in state custody. That translates to 23,000 children.
McAnally is asking that you put your experience to work as a Guardian Ad Litem. To vol-
unteer, contact him at his office, 6823 Oak.Street, or call 981-3227.


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essary changes since its
existence and close some of
the loopholes and other
issues that have been
raised.
While some are looking
at landing bigger industry
the county is looking at
accepting the bid on
Thursday for three acres in
the Santa Rosa County
Industrial Park from
Prestige Fire Sprinkler, Inc.
This would be a condi-
tional sale based on agreed
standards of employment
levels as well as pay stan-
dards over the length of the
mortgage as well as the
construction of a 10,000
square foot building.
The public hearing on
impact fees slated for 9:30
a.m. will not be the only
one on the agenda.
Commissioners are expect-
ed to hear an amendment to


allow skateboarding only in
areas designated for such
use in the various county
parks and recreational areas
as well as a petition from
S.K. and M.V. Mitchell to
vacate an alleyway in the
Floridatown Subdivision.
In other action by the
county commissioners on
Monday they are expected
to formally recognize the
Santa Rosa County
Cemetery Association.
The association, which
has applied to become a
501-C3, will not take the
place of any existing organ-
ization managing a ceme-
tery, but to provide assis-
tance and focus on cemeter-
ies and their conditions.
Currently the group is
working on a database of
all known cemeteries in the
county back through the
early 1940's.


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a CO2 tank that funneled
gases into the grow rooms.
Some rooms had been con-
verted into "potting rooms"
. in which numerous fertilizers
and potting soil was found in
large bins. The tenant was
no where to be found.
Deputies are aware of
the identity of the tenant;
however the name of the
individual is not being given
due to the, ongoing investiga'-
tion.
Over 280 marijuana
plants were located, with the
majority being very mature
and reading for harvest.
The home was in poor
condition due to the opera-
tion and sustained an exten-
sive amount of damage con-
sisting of modifications and
mold.
This is the largest and
most complex indoor grow
operation that the Sheriff's
Office has ever located. No
other information is avail-
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many of these companies
are going to look at
Mississippi and Louisiana
before they look at
Florida," said Goodin. "For
some reason Tallahassee
likes to look to the south
instead of looking west.
"We need to know what
we are going to have to
compete against."
It was also discussed
the possibility of helping
with the use of existing
buildings in the area for
some of the 400 companies
that are projected to come
to the region in conjunction
with the military contract
and the steel plant locating
to the Mobile area.
Commissioners also
discussed what they hoped
to accomplish by looking at
the overall impact fee ordi-
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these people

With today's cost of living, the biggest nightmare in any
person's mind is finding a "termination letter" in their mail-
box of paycheck. So, it's easy to imagine the panic felt by
Santa Rosa school bus drivers, mechanics and others when
they received just such a notification Monday.
Many of these people blazed an electronic trail, via the
telephone, to this paper--seeking help. The good news: offi-
cials tell the paper the letters are mostly "protocol" -part of
the process of moving to a new transportation company. The
old employees are being notified their services will no
longer be needed by the out-going company, but county offi-
cials say those letters should be followed by yet another-
from the new company--offering employment with the new
firm.
It's a lot of heartache for "procedure," yet we can under-
stand the steps necessary to move all the workings of one
company to another.
Who do we blame for all this?
That's a good question. The issue really centers on the
price of gasoline. Everyone American has been touched by
the price of petroleum. Turn the clocks back just two years.
Who would have guessed a gallon of milk would be at $4?
Who.could have imagined a dozen eggs ringing up at nearly
$2?
Yet all these increases are the result of increased trans-
portation costs. Just as homeowners have seen their monthly
bill for getting back and forth to work skyrocket, so have
companies seen their costs increase. Here, in the newspaper
business, there have been almost every-other-month hikes in
the price of the paper on which we print.
Perhaps it's a good thing we can't find the person or per-
sons responsible. Most Americans would be tempted to give
them a firm "sock in the nose."
Figuring out what makes a gallon of gas cost what it
does is like trying to balance the budget of a small country.
When fuel distributors are contacted for quotes, the "rea-
sons" behind the monthly (or in some instances, daily) hikes
never seem to be the same.
Here in Santa Rosa, people often wonder why gasoline
is more expensive here than just across the bridge in
Escambia-especially since Escambia has higher fuel taxes.
It's a good question.
Politicians often try to take a crisis like this and turn it
into a vote-grab. (We'll have more to say on that issue
Saturday.)
For now, we'll keep our attention to that of school
busses.
With every homeowner touched by the price of gas,
most can understand how a business that makes its living off
of transportation might have to make some radical changes
to continue operating in an age of ever-increasing overhead.
We hope the new multi-tier system actually saves some
money-perhaps that will save the homeowner the agony of
a tax increase later this year.
To the drivers, mechanics and others who just received
their letter of termination, we tend to agree with Santa Rosa
County School System Director of Transportation Joey
Harrell: the positions will be needed-regardless which firm
is providing the service. And most businessmen would
agree, it's better to have trained, accomplished employees
than to hire "greenhorns" and go through months of training.
So we believe this issue will work itself out.
We're riot so sure, however, what other "surprises" may
lie in the road just over the hill. If the price of gasoline does-
n't soon begin to decline (and we see no indication that is
about to happen) companies will be forced to make other
adjustments.
It's not a good time. Everyone would like to know
where to lay the blame, who to ask for relief and what can
be done to lower these basic costs.
Why these people don't make their presence known and
answer our questions is a true mystery...a mystery to which
we can only hope someone soon finds a solution.


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The outlook isn't bright for
the home team these days.
Housing prices are plunging
but you can't buy because the
bank is afraid to lend you the
money because you can't sell the
house you already own, which
depresses prices even further.
Prices are rising, the dollar keeps
falling, the stock market is tank-
ing and there's talk of a downsiz-
ing at your shop.
Is it any wonder polls are
finding that people's confidence'
in their economic future is way
down? Their confidence in the
present isn't so hot either. But I
am not a glass-half-empty kind of
guy. I believe in keeping a posi-
tive attitude. And so I offer a ray
of sunshine to illuminate the Bush
Gloom:
The price of oil reached $117-
a-barrell the other day and gaso-
line at a California station passed
$4-a-gallon. That may prove to
be our salvation. Here's how:
---It will, at long last, force
people to use less gasoline. We
of the elitist minority long have
begged you of the gas-guzzling
majority to use public transit, give
up your SUVs, form car pools,
walk. Expense aside, you are
fouling the very air we breathe
and visiting an environmental
catastrophe on your children and
your children's children.
You ignored us. Worse than
that, you scorned us. I remember,
six years ago or so, when I sug-
gested a $2-a-gallon gas tax to
encourage conservation (gas was


alf full and leaking


then $2-a-gallon, give or take) I
was pilloried, shunned at the bet-
ter diners. Opponents warned of
economic disaster.
I answered that at least the
money would go into the U.S.
Treasury where it could be used
to cushion the economic impact
of the price hike. No one lis-
tened.
Now four-dollar gas has
arrived at our doorstep all on its,
own, the difference being that the
extwa two bucks goes into the
pockets of our friends in Iran,
Venezuela and al Qaeda instead of
ours. So be it.
But the positive impact will be
the same:
---A population that uses
resources more efficiently.
. ---A healthier population, one
that shops for food more carefully
since it will have less money to
shop with.
---Vegetarianism will grow
because at these prices farmers
will find it far more profitable to
grow corn for fuel rather than
food, making beef too expensive,
for normal (that is to say, poor)
people to buy. Vegetarianism is
healthy so we will have fewer
heart attacks, less obesity, lower
food bills.
That's the good side. The
down side is that our economy---
already spiraling toward
Recession---will collapse. The
house of cards that is our prosper-
ity is based on war, cheap fuel
and selling each other our houses.
We're going to be left with only
war to sustain us.


Can't be helped. If you're
going to make an omelet, be pre-
pared to break and egg or two. Do
not expect the government to do
anything serious about any of
this. The people who govern us
are not serious people.
George Bush has been a par-
ticularly outrageous disaster.
Everything he's done has made
the situation worse, from destabi-
lizing Iraq and the oil supply in
the Middle East, to extending tax
breaks to oil companies already
groaning under the burden of
windfall profits.
In addition, he has proposed
ending the federal subsidy to
Amtrak, making us even more
dependent on cars and planes.
(The subsidy, by the way, is $1.67
billion a year, about half a week's
worth of the Iraq war.) He has
also proposed shifting $3.2 billion
in the federal transportation bill
from mass transit to highways.
John McCain isn't any better. He
wants to suspend the 18.4-cent-a-
gallon federal gas tax from
Memorial Day to Labor Day, to
make gasoline cheaper. This at a
time when we have highway
bridges falling down from lack of
maintenance.
Fortunately, we don't have to
depend on Washington to enforce
sanity upon us. The market will
make us do the right thing.
Are you having fun yet?
Don't worry, you will.

Don Kaul is a two-time
Pulitzer Prize-losing
Washington correspondent.


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Who is spending?
FM: W.O. Jones
Jay, Fla

Dear Editor,

Heard the saying "Tax and
spend Democrats?"
Heard the saying "The
Party of less spending and
smaller government," I.E. the
Republicans? Oh really?
The Santa Rosa County
Commissioners, all republi-
cans, have raised their spend-
ing $35 billion during the last
eight years 40%.
During the last eight years,
the State of Florida, complete-
ly controlled by Republicans,
have raised its spending $18
billion or over 40%.
During the last eight years
there has been a Republican
President and the congress has


been controlled by republicans
seven of the eight years. Over
the last eight years their
spending has increased a tril-
lion dollars, or about 50%.
Also during the Bush and
his cronies' days in office,
they have increased the debt
on the children of today $4
trillion.
These same people have
looted the social security trust
funds of hundreds of billions
of dollars.
Closer to home is the fact
that when Bush went into
office oil was $30 per barrel
and now it is $120 per barrel.
His friends have really made
out.
Heard any of this on the
local radio stations?

Sources are current and from
the congressional budget office
from the Florida Senate Budget


Office and First Class source
locally.

Letter to Grandma
FM: Janeka Reese and
family
Milton, Fla

Dear Grandma

We miss you so much not
a day goes by that we haven't
thought about you. Your mem-
ories will always be with us.
Your beautiful smile and
laughter would light up the
room your sweet kisses and
warm hugs will always be
remembered.
We know that you are in a
better place and doing just
fine.
The visits we used to have
were unforgettable. The talks
we used to have and places


we used to go were precious
to us all. The holidays we
shared together were enjoyable
and lovable.
Tears are going to flow on
Mother's Day, but you would
have wanted us to be happy.
God may have called you
home, but you never left us.
You are here with us in
spirit, watching over us. You
were the strong one in the
family who made us stronger.
You always kept your head up
and made us believe, you
loved everyone not just one
person.
That made us love you
even more. We are going to let
Jesus lead the way for us now,
"That his grace and mercy
will bring us through another
day."
To our Queen Bee-
Amiee Lee Green


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Leah Ammons, 14, was
also found by Sheriff's
Deputies. She was also hiding
under the house with Spears
and waited for his permission
before coming out.
Ammons had been miss-
ing since April 18 when
Spears is reported to have
picked her up froi an all-
night skate party at a Milton
skating rink.
Ammons was taken to a
local hospital tq be checked by


medical personnel. Spears was
transported to the Santa Rosa
County Jaill. He was later taken
to a local hospital after he com-
plained of unconfirmed
injuries. Spears is currently
being held at the jail without
bond.
Late Saturday evening,
the son of Spears, Brandyn
Spears 17, was taken to Baptist
Hospital by Life flight after an
altercation with Spears.
Santa Rosi County
Sheriff's Office responded to


13025 Munson Highway,
Milton, in regard to a report of
an aggravated battery.
Ambulances responded, but
due to the severity of the
injuries sustained, Life flight
was called to transport the
younger Spears to the hospital.:
Responding deputies and
investigators were told that
Spears struck Brandyn twice
in the back of the head with a
pipe wrench. Deputies
responded with helicopters,
foot patrol, and K-9's to search


the area with no success.
Brandyn told deputies he
went to an unoccupied trailer
located on the property of
13025 Munson Highway. He
said he was in the trailer look-
ing at some old DVD's located
on the counter when he heard.
a noise coming from one of
the back rooms. Brandyn stat-
ed he then walked back
toward the noise. Brandyn
said that Ricky appeared from
around the comer.
Brandyn said he saw


Ammons, behind Spears.
Spears was directing Ammons
to stay behind him and to not
go towards Brandyn.
An altercation ensued
between the elder Spears and
Brandyn. As Brandyn attempt-
ed to convince his father to
allow Ammons go home with
him, the argument progressed
and Spears threatened to kill
Brandyn.
Spears pulled out a knife
and stabbed at Brandyn. A
struggle ensued, and Brandyn


was able to get the knife away
' from his father.
.Brandyn told deputies
Ammons appeared frightened.
Brandyn grabbed Ammons by
the shirt and told her she was
going home today. Brandyn
said he told Ammons her fam-
ily was worried about her.
Ammons then stepped back
with Brandyn.
At this time, Spears
allegedly made threats towards
Ammons. Spears then
grabbed a pipe wrench and
struck Brandyn on the back of
his head, causing him to lose
his balance. Brandyn said
Spears hit him harder on the
back of the head a second time.
Spears then fled back into
the woods with Ammons and
remained at large until his
arrest Monday night.


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Markes, she has fallen off
with cooperation and contact
with us and now we have
heard from the hospital that
she is being hostile and
angry," says the official from
DCF.
Judge Goodman asked
DCF if there was an issue
with the person Markes was
currently living with and
both DCF representatives as
well as Werre [Markes' attor-
ney] stated they were "work-
ing on this."
Werre says his client is
under emotional stress due to
the condition of her child and
the court hearings.
"She is visiting with the
child as much as possible. I
am unaware of the situation
with her behavior at the hos-
pital. I had heard nothing
about that," says Werre.
Randall Werre also said
Markes had changed her
phone number and he would
provide the new number to
DCF as well as the court.
Another pre-trial
dependency hearing was
scheduled for June 2 at 9
a.m. and .the child will
,remain under the custody of
the Department of Children
and Families at this time.
"I can tell you the
dependency hearing was not
held over, another discovery
hearing was set and these
' hearings are small steps in
the total process," says case-
Sworker Jackie Henry.
' Markes, 19, was arrested
March 28 after lawmen in
Santa Rosa County alleged
she neglected her son, who
weighed about 10 pounds
when he was admitted to
Sacred Heart Hospital in
Pensacola on March 12.
Markes' child continues
to receive treatment for his
illness at Baptist Hospital.
He suffers from Miller-
Dieker syndrome, a form of
the genetic brain disorder
lissencephaly, characterized
by a smoothing of folds in
the brain. Doctors say symp-
toms include seizures and
feeding difficulties including
the inability to absorb nutri-
ents.
DCF officials stated,dur-
ing the dependency hearing
"the child currently weighs
about 16 lbs. He has lost
around one pound over the
last week and there seems to;
be in a gradual decline in. his
health."
Markes is scheduled for
arraignment on the felony
criminal charges for neglect
on May 7 at 9 a.m.
After the hearing,
Assistant State Attorney Will
Nelson said the investigation
of the criminal charges is
still ongoing.
"I don't know if the
investigation will be com-
plete by Wednesday's
arraignment. We are taking
this case one day at a time.
"Due to the complexity
of the case, it would be a dis-
service to everyone involved
to be in a hurry to complete
the investigation.
"We are speaking with
all of the doctors involved in
the care of the child, the doc-
tors who made initial assess-
ments of the child and all rel-
evant parties to the case, this
takes time," says,Nelson.
Nelson says he is unsure
at this time whether the state
will ask for another continu-
ance at the arraignment on


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Did you know that there
are over 28 million
Americans with hearing
loss? Did you know that
50% of people over the age
of 65 suffer from a signifi-
cant degree of hearing loss
and it is the number 2 com-
plaint behind back pain for
people in this age group?
Did you know that hear-
ing instruments are the pro-
fessionals' treatment of
choice for more than 80% of
hearing losses according to a
recent study published in the
Journal of American
Medical Association, yet
less than 20% of those-
receive help? Did you know
that teenage noise-induced
hearing loss has tripled in
the last 10 years?
Sabrina Kaestle-
Peterman, the "Hearing
Doctor," is on a mission.
The life-long Santa Rosa
County resident wants to
herald her state-of-the-art
technology and her treat-
ments' stunning success sto-
ries.
"My vision is to reach
anybody who needs hearing
help; especially those who
have never gotten satisfacto-
ry help before. Everything
from cost, to fear, to being
told by doctors that there is
no hope can inhibit people
from seeking solutions. I
Want them to come to me,"
she said.
"There is hope, even for
those who have completely
lost their hearing," Dr.
Kaestle gushes. "There are


only a very few whom we
can't help here for any rea-
son. If hearing aids are not
the answer, there may be
other options (i.e. medical
management; cochlear
implants, etc.). If you desire
to be part of the hearing
world, . the technology is
here. And if for some reason
I can't help, I'll get you to
someone who can."
Dr. Kaestle-Peterman
explained further.
"Technology is light years
beyond what it was just
years ago," she 'bubbles..
"Today's alimost-in i ible
hearing devices ,1C digital
and may include: data logs,
'speech finding' technology,
noise management, open ear
technology to prevent occlu-
sion, and even technology
that tells the hearing aid
wearer when it needs service
or adjusting. Within five
years, it is likely you'll see
Bluetooth technology in the
aids, meaning you could
answer your cell phone or
PDA i th .oN heal ing aid "',
Speaking ..of emission -
Kaestle-Petermian, who has
her Doctorjte of \udi,-,lo',N
(Au. D.) from the Uniersi.s
of Florida and who is the
only boat-ceroified Doctor
of Audiology in Santa Rosa
County, hlas been recognized
by the Mexican government
and Mexican civic organiza-
tion� for her service bring-
ing hearing treatment -to
those, especially children,
who otherwise had no hope.
"I try to do at least one


mission every two years.
Anytime I can help someone
improve their quality of life,
I'm happy," Sabrina says,
"but to help a child - who
has never spoken a word -
hear his or her first sound
and begin to communicate,
to say, 'mama' or 'I love you'
for the first time, is the most
rewarding feeling ever."
Equally as rewarding is
changing people's lives right
,here in our small communi-
ty. After ten years of practic-
ing in' Milton, Dr. Kaestle,
Peterman has several stories
of how helping someone
*hear better has allowed them,
to receive better jobs and
pay; improved relationships
with loved ones; to under-
stand a church sermon for
the first time in years; and
more. "This is why I love
what I do!" she says.
From 8:30 a.m.-4:30
p.m., Monday-Friday, Dr.
Kaestle-Peterman, and
patient care coordinator,
Kathy Kelley, receive one
grateful patient after anoth-
er, at Berryhill Medical
Plaza, 5937 Berrnhill Road,
across from Santa Rosa
Hospital, one block west.
Services offered at The
Hearing Doctor include:
Comprehensive - Hearing
Examinations, Hearing aid
sales, fitting, repair and care
of most all makes and mod-
els; wax removal; industri-
al/occupational hearing test-
ing, aural rehabilitation, ear
plugs, musician plugs, and
assistive listening devices.


"The Hearing Doctor" Tri-Care, BC/BS, and Call 850-626-4327
accepts ALL insurance Medicaid. Walk-ins are wel- (626-HEAR) for an appoint-
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On most days, Alexandra' Martir, R.N., can be found in the Labor and
Delivery Unit at Santa Rosa Medical Center, but every now and
then, she is called to serve as a Spanish translator.

On one particular day last fall, Alexandra was called to
the surgical care area to translate for a patient - Miguel.
When she got there, she could see the fear in her new
patient's eyes. In Spanish, she quickly told Miguel that
she was there to translate for him and for the doctors -
and nurses. He told her that he could not understand " l
anything they were saying in English and that he felt
like he was falling, his chest hurt, and that he could not
breathe.




If you have a nurse you'll always remember, please write to Alet4
Santa Rosa Medical Center, 6002 Berryhill Road, Milton, Floric
call 626.5113.


Alexandra explained to Miguel that the doctors were assessing his heart,
and that they would do all that they could to help him. Miguel faintly
squeezed her hand and asked her not to leave. She promised she
would not. For the next hour, the team raced to save Miguel's life.
Once he was stabilized, she explained to him and his family that
. he would be going to the coronary care unit and that she would
check on him.

When Alexandra returned to Labor and Delivery, she thought
r about how Miguel must have felt not being able to communicate.
A.lexandra was grateful that she had been there that day and that she
was able to help him. She will always remember Miguel's courage and
trust. For Miguel and his family, they '.-ill always remember the voice of
Alexandra.



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Amped this Saturday


Special to the Press Gazette
At the request of viewers
and fans of national PBS
programs, like Austin City
Limits and Soundstage, the
local PBS television station,
WSRE, is launching a new
pilot project. StudioAmped
will feature local
artists/bands in concert at the
station's performance studio.
The performance will be
taped and edited into a tele-
vision series, which will air
.later this fall on WSRE.
The first season of
StudioAmped features four
artists in concert: Good
Foote, May 10; 60 Cycles of
Sound, June 14; Sadie Blu,
July 19; and To Be,
Announced, August 9. All
concerts begin at 7 p.m.
Tickets are $7, and seating is
general admission. Tickets
can be purchased at WSRE in
advance or the evening of the
concert at the Amos
Performance Studio .ticket
booth.
"As a community-mind-
ed organization, we feel it is
important to spotlight those
things that make our area
unique.
"We have an amazing
pool of talent in this market
just waiting to be discovered,
and we hope to be able to
grow the project adding four


sho%\s in siulir muiIC gen-
res each season," states Claire
Williams, project creator.
WSRE is currently, look-
ing for sponsors of the series.
For more information, con-
tact Robin McArthur, WSRE
Marketing Director at (850)
484-1211.
Good Foote, performing
May 10, is best known for
their funky, blues and soul
renditions. Originally formed
in 1999 as an acoustic duo
with the name of "Full-On,"
today, the band consists of
seven members who can be
.found playing nearly every,
weekend in the Pensacola
Bay area at places like the


Fih HoLuse, Seuille Quarner
and Capt'n Fun's. A major
highlight for the band was
opening for the Derek Trucks
Band and Dickey
Betts'(Allman Brothers
founder) Great Southern at
the .2002 SpringFest.
Members include: Mark Ellis
(lead vocals and rhythm gui-
tar), Josh Gill (lead guitar),
Dick Boyden (slide-and lead
guitar), Mike Tipton (keys
and organ), Rob Rudd Esq.
(fretless bass), Derek "Slo
Mo" Hayes (drums) and
Stephen Moody (drums and
percussion).
For more information
about StudioAmped, visit


usre.org or call the ticket h,_-
line at (850) 484-1250.
WSRE, Viewer
Supported PBS for the Gulf
Coast - is a service of
Pensacola Junior College drid
has been helping the commO-
nity "Be more connected" for
over 40 years by encouraging
our viewers to engage more
deeply in the world around
them. Through quality pro-
gramming and educational
outreach services, WSRE can
help you "Be More educated,
informed and entertained;"
WSRE is viewer supported
public television. More infor-
mation about WSRE is avail-
able.at wsre.org.


Emergency management to host drill


Santa Rosa County
Division of Emergency
Management is hosting a
chemical accident drill for
health care -organizations and
first responders in both Santa
Rosa and Escambia counties
today and tomorrow.
Participants include the City
of Milton Fire Department
and Police Department, vol-
unteer fire departments, the


Santa Rosa County Sheriff's
Office, Santa Rosa Medical
Center, Gulf Breeze
Hospital, Baptist Hospital,
Sacred Heart Hospital, West
Florida Hospital, Life Flight,
Lifeguard Ambulance
Service, Midway Hazmat
Team, Escambia ,County
Hazmat Team, Escambia
County Department of
Health, Santa Rosa County
Department of Health and
Santa Rosa County
Emergency Management.


On May 7, a tabletop
exercise held at the Santa
Rosa County Emergency
Operations Center will simu-
late a train accident /derail-
ment involving a chemical
release taking place in
Milton. First responders will
practice coordinating multi-
jurisdiction procedural
response to evacuations,
, transportation, life safety,
and environmental issues in
effort to increase first
responder capabilities.


The hospitals will
engage their decontamina-
tion teams with mock
patients on May 8 as if tley
were reacting to the events
discussed in the tabletop
exercise. In addition to
allowing hospitals to gain
experience in how to best
respond to' a chemical acci-
dent with mass causalities
and patient surges, partici-
pants in the county exercise
will be able to meet annual
ASPR grants requirements.,


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j, SALUTES

JOHN TONKIN

It was in '1989 that Santa Rosa Clean
Community System was expanded from a

whole of Santa Rosa County and the year
that John Tonkin became its director. It was
a year that the county and its citizens
became the contemporaneous beneficiary
, �of the services of one of the most energetic
S- t and dedicated individuals ever to lead an
S' ,organization geared to making the environ-
S.....ment more compatible, both health- and
N,,esthetic-wise.
Sometimes we feel that citizens here
S, fail to sufficiently recognize and appreciate
. ;., the person that makes it all come together:
S. John Tonkin, Executive Director of the
.. . Santa Rosa clean Community system, who
S"-'' has both a bachelor's and a master's degree
.. from the College of New Jersey and also
the vision and energy that makes him a
John Tonkin superlative individual well adapted to the
position.,
John established the Green-Up nursery to help augment funding in 1997, which
spearheaded the planting of thousands of trees, shrubs, and flowers in public areas, such
as parks, roadsides, and many more public areas.
He coordinates the Great American Clean-Up, Rivers Clean-Up, and Coastal Clean-
Up as well as the Great American Clean-Up. The newly formed Adopt-A-Spot program
which he established now has over 80 groups, businesses, and individuals participating
in keeping the county clean and beautiful. He also helped to found the "Paint Your
Heart Out" program that has helped many needy people in Santa rosa get their houses
painted by groups of volunteers.
John acts as liaison between the recycling department and the general public, giv-
ing talks to civic groups. school groups, and others. His help in establishing and admin-
istering the Panhandle Buttterfly House is legendary, a project that draws more than
15,000 visitors a year. With an impact such as this, how can we not recognize John as
the important person that he is in making our lives more enjoyable and aesthetically
comfortable. John's a great guy who deserves the salute that we extend...



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


Wd d -Ma 72008


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

Board of County Commissioners (to consider adoption of the
ordinance): .

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

The meeting will be held at the Santa Rosa County Administra-
tive Center in the Board Meeting Room, 6495 Caroline Street.,
Milton, Florida. At the public hearing, the Board of County Com-
missioners shall consider adoption of an ordinance entitled as
follows:

Ordinance No. 1:

AN ORDINANCE RELATING TO SANTA ROSA
COUNTY, FLORIDA; AMENDING ORDINANCE
2003-25; ADDING THE PUBLIC SCHOOL
FACILITIES ELEMENT TO THE SANTA ROSA
COUNTY COMPREHENSIVE PLAN; ADDING
GOAL 12.1, OBJECTIVES 12.1.A THROUGH
12.1.1, AND POLICIES 12.1.A.1 THROUGH
12.1.A.3, POLICIES 12.1.B.1 THROUGH 12.1.B.7,
POLICY 12.1.C.1, POLICIES 12.1.D.1 AND
12.1.D.2, POLICY 12.1.E.1, POLICIES 12.1.F.1
THROUGH 12.1.F.3, POLICIES 12.1.G.1
THROUGH 12.1.G.5, POLICIES 12.1.H.1
THROUGH 12.1.H.3 AND POLICY 12.1.1.1;
AMENDING THE CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS
ELEMENT OF THE SANTA ROSA COUNTY
COMPREHENSIVE PLAN; ADDING GOAL 10.2,
OBJECTIVE 10.2.A' AND POLICIES 10.2.A.1
THOUGH 10.2.A.6 TO IMPLEMENT SCHOOL
CONCURRENCY; AMENDING THE
INTERGOVERNMENTAL COORDINATION
ELEMENT OF THE SANTA ROSA COUNTY
COMPREHENSIVE PLAN; ADDING GOAL 11.2,
OBJECTIVES 11.2.A AND 11.2.B, AND POLICIES
11.2.1.A, 11.2.B.1 AND 11.2.B.2 TO
INCORPORATE THE SCHOOL INTERLOCAL
AGREEMENT; AND PROVIDING FOR AN
EFFECTIVE DATE

Ordinance No. 2:

AN ORDINANCE RELATING TO SANTA ROSA COUNTY,
FLORIDA; AMENDING ORDINANCE 2003-25; AMENDING THE
FUTURE LAND USE MAP OF THE SANTA ROSA COUNTY
COMPREHENSIVE PLAN; CHANGING THE LAND USE
CLASSIFICATION AS DEPICTED IN THE ATTACHED MAP;
AMENDING CHAPTER 3, FUTURE LAND USE ELEMENT,
ADDING POLICY 3.1.A.14 ESTABLISHING A MAXIMUM
SQUARE FOOTAGE FOR COMMERCIAL DEVELOPMENTS;
PROVIDING FOR SEVERABILITY; PROVIDING FOR CODIFI-
CATION; AND PROVIDING FOR AN EFFECTIVE DATE.

Ordinance No. 3:

AN ORDINANCE RELATING TO SANTA ROSA COUNTY,
FLORIDA; AMENDING THE LAND DEVELOPMENT CODE
ORDINANCE 91-24 AS AMENDED; AMENDING LAND
DEVELOPMENT CODE SECTION 6.07.00 REVISING THE
NAVARRE BEACH COMMERCIAL CORE AREA BOUNDARIES
WITHIN THE NAVARRE BEACH COMMERCIAL DISTRICT;
PROVIDING FOR CODIFICATION; PROVIDING FOR
SEVERABILITY; AND PROVIDING FOR AN EFFECTIVE DATE.

The following future land use map amendments to the Santa
Rosa County Comprehensive Plan are for adoption and submittal
to the Department of Community Affairs as the first of two (1 of
2) amendment packages allowed by Florida Statutes in Calendar
Year 2008 (08-1).

Future Land Use Designation Amended: from Navarre Beach
Single Family Residential to Navarre Beach High Density Resi-
dential - approximately 1.89 acres.


Future Land Use Designation Amended: from Single Family
Residential to Commercial - approximately .316 acres.


Future Land Use Designation Amended: from Agriculture to
Single Family Residential - approximately 23.85 acres.


Future Land Use Designation Amended: from Agriculture to
Commercial - approximately 4.0 acres.


Future Land Use Designation Amended: from Agriculture to
Commercial - approximately 2.41 acres.


Future Land Use Designation Amended: from Agriculture to
Commercial - approximately 12.79 acres.


Future Land Use Designation Amended: from Single Family
Residential to Commercial - approximately 1 acre.


Future Land Use Designation Amended: from Agriculture to
Industrial - approximately 121.57 acres.


Future Land Use Designation Amended: from Agriculture to
Conservation/Recreation - approximately 230.10 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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you. I'd iWe to' say Nappy Mother's Day. 4appy "irthd~y.
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COLLECTOR'S CORNER by ROBERT G. MCCLURE
As your Santa Rosa County Tax Collector, I would like to take this opportunity
to make sure that everyone is aware of the forthcoming deadline for paXing
2007 taxes. All parcels for which taxes are not paid by 4:30 on May 29m will
have a delinquent tax certificate sold against them. This sale will significant-
ly increase amounts due at that time with the addition
of interest and penalties. The 2007 Santa Rosa Coun-
ty tax bills were mailed last November and became
delinquent on April 1st of this year. Delinquent taxes
will be advertised in the Santa Rosa Press-Gazette by * .
virtue of their lowest bid for advertising. Dates of
publication will be May 14, 21, & 28 as Florida law
requires that these delinquent taxes be advertised
three times. You may also view the list of delinquent
taxes on our web-site www.robertmcclure.com. Please
be sure to read future Collector's Corners for informa-
tion about our on-line delinquent tax certificate sale which will conclude on
Friday, May 30th. This will be the second year that your Santa Rosa County
Tax Collector's Office has had an on-line certificate sale and this procedure is
beneficial to both property owners and bidders. Please do not hesitate to
call us at 983-1800 if you have any questions whatsoever concerning your
taxes.

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



Robert G. McClure, CFC COLL
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Singing for Life is
set for May 10
This is to inform you of
an upcoming event sched-
uled for Saturday, May 10th,
10 a.m. until 4 p.m., at the
Northwest Florida blood
bank on Ninth Avenue.
The international organi-
zation, "Barbershop
Harmony Society (BHS)",
30,000 male members
strong, will be conducting a
national blood drive titled
"SINGING FOR LIFE".
The Pensacola chapter of
BHS, The FIESTA
Barbershop Chorus, is spon-
soring the local portion of
the national effort.
The Pensacola Sound
Chorus (the female side of
barbershop singing) will also
participate. Come and enjoy
barbershop harmony as
members of the chapters sing
for you as you donate.
All donors will receive a
special designed tee shirt
with the "SINGING FOR
LIFE" logo, and Domino's
will provide pizza for all.
Remember your one-pint
of blood could save up to
three lives. In that the blood
bank is not normally open on
weekends, this is a great time
for you to roll up your sleeve
and help make this national

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Hurricane
preparedness
seminar on horses
"How to Prepare Horses
and Stables for Hurricanes"
is a free educational seminar
for horse owners and future
horse owners in Santa Rosa
County. The seminar is being
sponsored by Sponsored by
the Santa Rosa County
Extension Office and the
Santa Rosa County Horse
Assistance Council.


effort a huge success.

Entries needed for
Old Palafox Days
Car and Bike Show
The Downtown
Improvement Board and
Panhandle Cruisers Car
Club, Inc. are now accepting
entry forms for the first
annual Old Palafox Days -
Car, Truck, and Bike Show
taking place May 17th from
10 a.m. to 5 'p.m. in down-
town Pensacola. Registration
forms are available at
www.downtownpensacola.c
om with free goodie bags for
the first 100 registrants.
Sponsored by Cat
Country 98.7, Gulf Coast
Community Bank, and News
Radio 1620, trophies will be
given for Pensacola's Choice
and the Top 25. The entry fee
is $20 per display and the
family-friendly event is free
to spectators.
North Palafox Street will
be closed during show hours
to make room for remote
control car demonstrations,
retail sidewalk sales, mini
golf, and great food from
downtown restaurants. As
local, celebrity judges decide
on trophy winners, families
and friends will enjoy music
and an outdoor art fair to get
the sensation of stepping
back to a time when life
moved a little bit slower.
For more information,
visit www.downtownpen-
sacola.com or contact
Ashley Hamlin, program
manager for the Downtown
Improvement Board, at 434-
5371.

Genealogical
Society to meet
May 17
"The Genealogical
Society of Santa Rosa
County will meet at 10:00 on
Saturday, the 17th of May, at
the Chamber of Commerce
Board Room on Stewart
Street. The guest speaker
will be Ms. Susan Cariglino,
Santa Rosa County Clerk of
Courts, Archives
Coordinator, who will give a
presentation detailing the
genealogical and historical
holdings of the Archives.
This collection includes, but
is not exclusive to, original
marriage applications and
licenses, court minutes, civil
and criminal dockets, will
and estates, the original book
of registered livestock
brands, and a docket dating
from the 1850's of civil court
filings - the oldest surviving
record in the county."

Happy Hoofer
Horse Camp offers
scholarships
The Happy Hoofer
Horse Camp is offering stu-
dents from Escambia and
Santa Rosa counties an
opportunity to apply for a
free spot at Summer Horse
Camp.
To be considered for the
spot, applicants must submit
a one-page, hand-written
essay on the topic: What
Horses Mean to Me. Girls
and boys, aged 6 to 16 are
eligible to apply. Essays
must be received by May 20
and the winners will be
announced on May 31.
Essays will be judged
primarily on originality and
sincerity but punctuation and
grammar will count. To
apply, mail your essay to
9448 Redland Rd., Milton,
FL 32583.
There are six sessions of
camp and at least two win-
ners will be chosen. Be sure
to include contact informa-
tion. For more information,
e-mail horsecamp@bell-
south.net. Visit www.happy-
hoofer.com/Horse_Camp to
learn more about horse
camp.


as well as become familiar-
ized with financing require-
ments. The fee for attending
this workshop is $40 for the
public and free for students
and faculty members of the
University of West Florida
who present a Nautilus card.
To register, call (850-473-
7830) or go to our website
(www.sbdc.uwf.edu) and
click on training.
SBDC workshops, semi-
nars, and conferences pro-
vide practical, up-to-date


This seminar is sched-
uled for Thursday, May 8 at
6:30 p.m. until 8 p.m.
There will be a meal at
6:30 p.m. sponsored by
Cargill Animal Nutrition.
(For meal reservations call
by May 7th at 675-6654.)
For additional informa-
tion contact the County
Extension Office, Jay - 675-
3107 or Santa Rosa County
Horse Assistance Council
994-8532 or 675-2278.

PJC is offering
citizenship classes
Pensacola Junior
College is offering a citizen-
ship class for people eligible
to take the U.S. Citizenship
and Immigration Services
test.
The six-week class
meets 6:30 to 8:30 p.m.
Thursday, beginning May
22, in Building 1, room 191,
on the Pensacola campus,
1000 College Blvd.
Learn about American
history, government and the
election process; practice
answering questions on the
government test; learn how
to fill out the citizenship test
application form; and partic-
ipate in a practice interview.
Pre-registration is
required through the PJC
Adult Basic Education
department.
For more information
and registration, call 484-
2120.

Push is on for
medical assistants
Medical assisting is one
of the nation's fastest grow-
ing careers, according to the
U.S. Bureau of Labor
Statistics.
To meet demand along
the Gulf Coast, Pensacola
Junior College is accelerat-
ing its efforts to train stu-
dents to become medical
assistants.
Classes begin Aug. 25,
and financial aid is available
for qualified candidates.
Seating is limited, so early
enrollment is encouraged.
Medical assistants typi-
cally work in physicians'
offices performing adminis-
trative and clinical skills
such as scheduling appoint-
ments, maintaining patient
records, giving injections,
drawing blood and assisting
the physician with examina-
tions and minor procedures.
For more information
about this career opportuni-
ty, contact Dale Brewer at
4 8 4 - 2 2 2 1 ,
dbrewer@pjc.edu.

Santa Rosa Art
Association awards
scholarships
The Santa Rosa Art
Association, Inc. is pleased
to announce that five Santa
Rosa high school graduates
have been awarded art
scholarships.
The 2008 scholarship
fund of $1800, raised prima-
rily through the art associa-
tion's annual Art Fest show,
will help the following stu-
dents with college finances:
Brett Boutwell of Jay
High; Heidi VanValkenberg,
Jasmin Busbee, and Brennah
St. Oates, all of Gulf Breeze
High; and Devyn Brewer at
Pace High.

UWF to hold
seminar on
preparing a
business plan
The University of West
Florida Small Business
Development Center (401 E.
Chase Street, bSuite 100,
Pensacola) is holding its
"Preparing a Business Plan"
workshop on Monday
evening, May 12, 2008 from
6:00-9:00 p.m. Attendees
will learn how to gather data
and write the business plan,


Church and all the people
who gather from all points
will gather for Sunday
School at 10 a.m., Morning
Worship at 11 a.m., followed
by dinner on the grounds
andthen gather back in the
church for an afternoon of
gospel music from 1 to 3
p.m.
The Hendersons, a
southern gospel trio from
Milton, will be singing for
this special event in the
afternoon, along with other
local talent.


information on business top-
ics ranging from the basics
to more advanced business
management skills.
Instructors include SBDC
Certified Business Analysts,
faculty from higher educa-
tion, government experts,
and private-sector profes-
sionals. To view the current
UWF SBDC Workshop
Schedule, please see
www.sbdc.uwf.edu.
The University of West
Florida Small Business
Development Center is a
partnership program with the
U.S. Small Business
Administration and is a
member of the Florida Small
Business Development
Center Netvwork, a non-prof-
it network of college and
university-based centers.
The organization provides
high quality management
counseling, entrepreneurial
training, and information
access and transfer .to area
business people, enabling
them to maximize their busi-
nesses' growth, competitive-
ness, and profitability.

PJC Announces
faculty promotions
Pensacola Junior
College announces 17 facul-
ty promotions for 2008-
2009.
Promoted to profes-
sor: Stacey Albaugh,
English; Karen Atkins-
Harris, Secondary
Education; Xiaolun Chen,
Music; Rodney Garrett,
English; Richard Jernigan,
Music; and Mary Ann
Petruska, Math.
Promoted to associ-
ate professor: Paige
Anderson, Secondary
Education; Cindy App,
Visual Arts; Mike Ardis,
Behavioral Sciences; Mary
Benson, Math; Pete Falzone,
Math; Donna Flynn, Allied
Health; and Frances
Robinson, Developmental
Studies.-
Promoted to assis-
tant professor: Jennifer
Brahier, Developmental
Studies/Math; Vickie
Carson, ' Behavioral
Sciences; Jana Lyner,
Nursing; and. Sharon
Richards, Professional
Service Careers.

Bagdad First
Assembly of God
fish fry -
The Bagdad Frist
Assembly of God fish fry
and yard sale will be
Saturday May 10.
Serving will begin at 11
a.m. with the menu consist-
ing of fried mullet, hushpup-
poes, baked beans, cole slaw,
dessert and drink.
Cost for the meal is
$6.50 for adults and $4 for
children.

Bagdad Volunteer
Fire Department
car wash
Bring your cars, trucks,
or whatever you are driving
out to help support the
Bagdad Volunteer Fire
Department on May 10 at
Ollie's Neighborhood Grill
on Highway 90.
This car wash will run
from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. and 'a
rain date has been set of May
17.
All donations to the
Bagdad Volunteer Fire
Department will be .greatly
appreciated.

Pine Grove Baptist
Church Homecoming
For more than 100 years,
the annual homecoming at
Pine Grove Baptist Church
has been celebrated on
Mother's Day, a very special
day fo rmany families who
always make their way each
eyar to this chuch to cele-
brate together. And again
this year, Pine Grove Baptist


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Life Styles


essay


contest

The Home Instead
Senior Care office serving
Escambia and Santa Rosa
Counties has announced
Caring Today magazine's
third annual "Give a
Caregiver a Break" essay
contest to honor family
caregivers for their tireless
service and dedication. The
contest is sponsored by
Home Instead Senior Care
and will award $16,000 in
free care giving services to
the winning essay writers.
In 500 words or less,
non-professional family
caregivers can relate their
care giving experiences,
including the challenges
they've faced, how they've
embraced their role as a
caregiver for a senior loved
one and inspired others, all
demonstrating how a Home
Instead CAREGiverSM
could make a difference.
Entries can be submitted
starting May 1, 2008. Entry
deadline is July 16, 2008.
Typed entries may be sub-
mitted online at www.car-
ingtoday.com/hicontest or
by mail to Caring Today, 34
Sherman Court, Fairfield,
CT 06824.
Complete rules can be
found in the May/June issue
of Caring Today or online at
www.caringtoday.com or
www.homeinstead.com.
Grand Prize is $5,000 of
free care from Home Instead
Senior Care, the world's
largest provider of non-
medical companionship and
home care for seniors. Two
First Prize winners will each
receive $2,500 of free care
from Home Instead Senior
Care. In addition, 12
Extraordinary Caregivers
will each receive $500 in
service as part of a new cat-
egory established this year.
The top three winning
essays will be published in
the November/December
issue of Caring Today and
all 15 winning essays will
appear on www.caringto-
day.com.
To enter the "Give, a
Caregiver a Break" essay
contest, you must be 18
years old or over, be provid-
ing non-professional care
for a person 65 years of age
or older, and be a legal resi-
dent of the 50 United States
or the District of Columbia.
Only one entry per person is
allowed. Entrants must be
located in a Home Instead
Senior Care franchise serv-
ice territory to receive free
services. (Franchise service
areas are available by log-
ging on to www.homein-
stead.com.)
Entrant must be a non-
paid caregiver of a person
65 years of age or older and
riot a third party. Typed
entries may be submitted
online at www.caringto-
day.com/hicontest or by
mail to Caring Today, 34
Sherman Court, Fairfield,
CT 06824. Complete rules
can be found in the
May/June issue of Caring
Today or online at www.car-
ingtoday.com or
,www.homeinstead.com.
.Caring Today is the pre-
mier national magazine
offering practical advice for
the family caregiver. It pro-
vides expert, up-to-date
information on medical,
social, financial, legal,
lifestyle and support issues
- and, in each issue, rein-
forces the importance of
caregiver well being and
self-care. With a circulation
of 750,000, Caring Today is
published six times a year
and distributed primarily
through doctor's offices,
hospitals, CVS/pharmacies
and professional home-care


services. The magazine's
offices are located at 34
S Sherman Court, Fairfield,
CT 06824, and it's newly
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www.caringtoday.com.


Hoss and Joyce Williamson


celebrate 50th anniversary

Warren E. (Hoss) and
Joyce Williamson of Jay, cel-
ebrated their 50th wedding
anniversary with their fami-
ly.
They began their journey
together on May 3, 1958.
Together they raised
three children in Pace. Karen
(Steve) Harrington, Darren
(Brandi) Williamson, and
Shyran (Mark) Jones, all of
Jay. They have three grand-
children, Dane and Derek
Harrington and Rhett Jones.
Hoss retired from
Monsanto with 42 years of
service and Joyce retired
from the Santa Rosa County
School System with 25 years
of service.
Mom and Dad, you have
given us such a strong foun-
dationm We will be forever
grateful for their sacrifices
you.have made and for the
unconditional love you have
shown us. You have always
been there when we needed
you. We love you both so
much. We look forward to
many more years of celebrat-'
ing our lives together. We
feel very blessed to call you
Mom and Dad.
With love, Karen,
Darren, and Shyran.


Step up to the plate contest


The Santa Rosa County
Library System joins the
American Library Association
and the National Baseball Hall of
Fame and Museum in inviting
people of all ages to "Step Up to
the Plate @ your library." This
year's program includes a spe-
cial "Take Me Out to the Ball
Game" theme in honor of th6
100th anniversary of the song.
"Step Up to the Plate '@
your library" teams up two
American classics- baseball and
libraries - to promote the impor-
tance of information literacy
skills and increase awareness of
the library as an essential infor-
mation resource. People of all
ages are encouraged to visit their
library and answer a series of
trivia questions inspired by
'Take Me Out to the Ball
Game." Categories of questions
include ballparks, baseball in
popular culture, fan experience
and baseball pioneers.
Everyone who successfully
completes the program will be
eligible to win a trip for two to
the Hall of Fame in
Cooperstown, N.Y. The program
runs through September 1,2008.
"Reading has always been
a key skill," explains Library
Director, Linda Hendrix. "But
today's literacy is about more
than reading. Information literate
people are those who have
learned how to learn. They know
how to learn because they know
how knowledge is organized,
how to find information -
whether it's in a book or online,
and how apply that knowledge
once it is located."
The "Step Up to the Plate
@ your library" program is


designed to test players' informa-
tion literacy skills by challenging
them to answer questions like
"What popular broadcaster
began the practice of singing,
'Take Me Out to the Ball Game'
over the microphone during the
seventh-inning stretch?" Unlike
most contests, players are
encouraged to look up the
answers using both print and
online sources at their library.
Players can find a copy of
the "Step Up to the Plate"
Playbook appropriate for their.


age group at the library or print
one on the program's Web site at
[ http://www.ala.org/@yourli-
brary /base ball
]www.ala.org/baseball. Each
Playbook poses a series of base-
ball-related questions to test
players' information literacy
skills. Players can enter the prize
drawing by submitting the com-
pleted playbook either by mail or
online.
For more information about
the program, visit www.san-
tarosa.fl.gov/libraries.


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The Jay Royals bench welcomes home Tyler DeGraaf (center) and Hunter Boutwell (left) who scored on a single by Jared Smith as the Royals took an early 4-0 lead on Altha pitcher, Keith
Kilpatrick. Jay would lead 6-0 before the Wildcats, but were stopped by the pitching of Brand Hendricks (below) and his 13 strikeouts on the night.
Press Gazette photo by Bill Gamblin


Royals tame


Wildcats


By BILL GAMBLING
bgamblin@srpressgazette.com
JAY - "You have to put
the ball in play to win any
ballgame and tonight we did-
n't do that enough against a
fine ball club."
Those were the words of
Altha High skipper Arthur
Faurot following his
Wildcats 6-3 loss at the
hands of the Jay Royals in
the Class 2A Region 1 Semi-
Finals.
Jay on the other hand did
the little things to win as the
Royals have adopted the the-
ory of 'small ball' to their
baseball knowledge.
"I think the kids are con-
fident because we have been
in this situation before," said
Jay Head Coach Jorey
Diamond. "The little things
now are so big and we have
the seniors who have bought
into this and now it has
become contagious with the
entire team."
Diamond knew his
charges needed a fast start
and they gave their first year
coach just want he had been
hoping for as they took a 4-0
lead in the bottom of the first
against Altha's Keith
Kilpatrick, who found him-
self down 2-0 as Tyler
DeGraaf got Jay (19-4) on


the board with a single, but
the single grew bigger as the
Wildcats left fielder over ran
the ball and couldn't catch it
before it rolled to the fence.
"We fell behind early as
Keith struggled early on,"
said Faurot. "But he quick-
ened his pace on the mound
and battled back to hold
them as we tried to get back
into the game.
"Jay is just like us when
it comes to a baseball team
except they are in a different
town. I am happy with our
effort and we knew coming
over the season was going to
end tonight for someone."
Two batters later it was
Jared Smith's turn to shine.
After a diving catch to
stop Bozeman on Tuesday,
the first baseman delivered
at the plate with a two RBI
single as the Royals went up
4-0 and plated what would
be the winning run.
"The big thing tonight
had to be Jared's hit as it
gave us a little more of a
cushion," said Jay Head
Coach Jorey Diamond. "The
big thing is Jared has been
struggling lately, but he has-
n't quit working and it paid
off tonight at the plate.
Jay didn't want to let up
in their, half of the second as


Jack Randolph bunted his
way on base and would
move his way to third after
Hendricks would get a walk.
Randolph would later
score when Rush Hendricks
hit a sac fly to center field,
while the Royals. final run of
the game came on a Hunter
Boutwell single to score
Brandt Hendricks and put
Jay up 6-0.
"We knew (Keith) was a
great pitcher and the key for
us was to jump out early and
try to get to him," said
Diamond. "Later in the game
he started changing his
rhythm, which threw us off:
"He showed a lot of
heart."
Ironically, no one was
disappointed about the game
as both teams left it all on the
field after seven innings.
Altha started its charge
in the third inning after
falling behind. 6-0.
"It was a great game,"
said Faurot. "They are prob-
ably going to be the last pub-
lic school playing in Class
2A after tonight.
I"They just beat us and
that is the way the game
goes, but we had a great year,
and I wish our seniors the
best."
Jay will now travel to


play North Florida Christian
in the best 2-of-3 for the
Region 1 title as NFC defeat-
ed Port St. Joe 4-0 Friday.
"Our kids are use to
playing them;" said
Diamond. "But I feel this
best two-of-three format
might play to our advantage
with Miles Hammac and
Rush Hendricks.
"Our rotation is two or
three pitchers deep, plus we
can get some innings from
players like Rush Hendricks,
so I am comfortable with the
format. But if you talk to me
next Saturday I might have a
completely different opinion
about it."
The first run came in the
third inning as Noah Byler
singled home leadoff. hitter
Josh McIntosh, who reached
base on an errant throw by
Jay third baseman, Dakota
Smith.
In the fifth inning Altha
(21-6) looked like they
might have found the chink
in Jay starter Brandt
,Hendricks amour as Ethan
Byler singled home two runs
to capitalize on back-to-back
walks issued by Hendricks.
"(Rush) came out in the
sixth inning and told me to
quit walking people," said
See JAY Page 2B


Pats drop heartbreaker


By ADAM PRUIETT
Florida Freedom Newspapers
NICEVILLE - Talk
about an anticlimax.
After two electrifying
pitching performances, a
gutsy comeback by Pace and
a resilient response by
Niceville, the Class 5A
regional baseball semifinal
between the Eagles and
Patriots came down to a ...
balk.
The 3-2 loss to Niceville
at The Hill on Friday must
have felt like a punch to the
gut for Pace.
And the Eagles? Well,
the decisive run might as
well have been a walk-off
homer.
"I'll take it. It's a win,"
said Niceville shortstop
Robby Campbell, who had
two of the Eagles' four hits
and paved the way to the vic-
tory by leading off the sev-
enth inning with a single.
Brett DeVall notched his
third win of the postseason
for Niceville (20-10), which
+ will host Gainesville in the
best-of-three regional finals


starting May 9. Invincible as
he may seem, DeVall, one of
the top pitching prospects in
the nation who had allowed
three earned runs all year,
finally looked human in the
seventh inning when he
started laboring.
Pitching on two days
rest, DeVall's scoreless
innings streak in the postsea-
son was stopped at 18 when
Pace scored two runs to tie it
up. Down to their last out of
the season, the Patriots got
consecutive hits from C.T.
Bradford, Ryan Sorce and
Boone Shear, the latter of,
which brought in both runs.
Niceville, no stranger to
adversity this season, imme-
diately struck back against
Bradford, who matched
DeVall with his own brilliant
outing. After Campbell sin-
gled leading off, Michael
Wells drilled an opposite-
field double that caromed off
the left-field fence.
That brought up Cody
Balkcom, but the game
would end before he saw a
pitch. From the rubber,


Bradford took a step back as
if starting his windup, but
'then he stepped off the rub-
ber with his other foot as
well. Balkcom immediately
turned to the home plate
umpire and asked if
Bradford' balked, and an
instant later the umpire
pointed toward the plate, sig-
naling the winning run
across.
"That's very interesting.
I've never seen that before.
It's a first," Campbell said of
a game decided on a balk.
Niceville defeated Pace
for the third time in four
games this season, but it
,wasn't easy thanks to
Bradford. After allowing a
solo homer to Josh
McDorman in the first
inning and an unearned run
in the second, he dominated
the Eagles until the seventh,
See PACE Page 2B
Pace's CT Bradford pitches
against Niceville during the
5A regional semi finals.
Photo by Nick Tomecek/
Florida Freedom Newspapers


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Slocum


ties for


fifth place

Press Gazette Staff Report
Heath Slocum carded a
one over par 73 to finish in a
tie for fifth place at the
Wachovia Championship at
Quail Hollow Club in
Charlotte, N.C.
Slocum, who finished
tied with Dudley Hart at 8-
under for the tournament,
started the day in a tie with
Jason Bohn at 9-under.
Anthony Kim went on to
win the tournament to set a
new course record of 16-
under par and became the
youngest champion at the
Wachovia Championship,
eclipsing both marks set last
year by Tiger Woods.
Milton's Boo Weekley
carded a 71 on the final day
of the tournament to finish in
a tie for 49th place overall.
Bubba Watson finished
in a tie for 73rd place as he
failed to make the cut at 2-
over par.








Sarita Rosa's Press Gazette

Sports


Wednesday-May 7, 2008
+


Santa Rosa Kid's
House Golf Tournament:
Faternal Order of Police
Lodge #123 is hosting a
charity golf tournament at
Tanglewood Golf and
Country Club May 9th to
benefit the Santa Rosa
Kids House.
A shotgun start for this
four-person scramble will
get underway at 1 p.m with
registration and lunch
beginning at 11:30 a.m.
Entry fee is $50 per
person and includes lunch,
and free range balls.
Mullignas and Reg Tee
Busters will be available.
Team sponsor packages
and tee sign sponsorships
are also available.
Prizes will be awarded
to both the scratch and low
handicap winners.
There will be a closest
to the pin on all par threes
and'door prizes.
For more information
call 206-5126 or 623-6923.
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.
Blackwater Saddle
Club Monthly Speed
Show: The Blackwater
Saddle Club will hold
their monthly speed show
May 10 at 5 p.m. at the
East Milton Arena.
Registration gets
underway at 4 p.m. for
competition in five differ-
ent events - pole bending,
Texas barrel - .weave,
Blackwater T, barrel race


and arena race.
Competion will be in
six different classes: pee
wee, beginner, intermedi-
ate, junior, senior, and
Jack Benny easy rider.
The easy rider class is
for the training of horse
and or the rider.
The public is invited
to watch.
For further informa-
tion -visit their website at
www.blackwatersaddle-
club.com
Panther Baseball
Camp: The Milton
Panther Baseball program
is offering two camps this
summer.
The first camp will be
for ages 7 to 11 and the
second camp will be for
players age 12 to 15.
Each camp is designed
to teach the fundamentals
of baseball - hitting,
fielding, throwing, base
running, and situational
play.
Camp instructors will
include the Milton High
baseball coaches and
players.
Camp dates are June 9
through June 12 and the
fee is $100.
Each camper will
receive a camp T-shirt
and a personal viedo of
themselves hitting, field-
ing, and throwing.
For more information
call the baseball office as
983-5600, ext. 143.
ABATE Bears event
and poker run: The Gulf
Coast Champer of ABATE
of Florida will have their
annual bears event and
dealer appreciation poker
run on May 10.
Registration is at 9
a.m. with the first bike
out at 11 a.m. and last
bike in at 2 p.m. at Harley
Davidson of Pensacola.
The cost to particiapte
is $10 and one new suffed
animal per person.
This event will benefit
Sacred Heart Chgildren's
Hospita. West Flrodia
Hospital, various fire
departments, and Big
Brothers/Big Sisters.
The stuffed animals


will be given to various
agencies for providing
comfort to small children
in the community in times
of need and crisis.
Milton Summer
School Registration:
Milton High School will
have summer school reg-
istration on May 12, May
22, and May 31.
Sign-ups will be held
in the cafeteria for the
first three sign-up dates
starting at 6 p.m.
The final sign-up date
will be May 31 in the gym
from 8 a.m. to 10 a.m.
Registration for sum-
mer school is $75.
For more information
contact Milton High
School at 983-5600.
Futbol Club of
Santa Rosa Adult


Soccer


Registration:


Registration is currently
underway for Adult 6v6
soccer. Online registra-
tion is available at the
FCSR website
www.fcsantarosa.com.
The registration fee will
be $70 for the 10 week
season, with games on
Monday evenings. For
more information please
check the FCSR website
or call 994-KICK.
VFW Golf Tourney:
The Milton Veterans of
Foreign Wars Post 4833
will be hosting a golf
tournament on May 17
at Tanglewood Golf and
Country Club.
This four-man
scramble is $50 per
person with prizes
awarded to the top
three places along with
a cash prize for closest
to the pin and longest
drive.
Also you can spon-
sor a veteran for a $50
donation with their
name and yours on a tee
sign.
The deadline to
enter is May 12.
An awards dinner will
immediately follow the
tournament at the VFW
Post on Carroll Road in
Milton.
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12:04 PM Moon rise
4:02 PM 1.48 Feet
7:34 PM Sun set
10:57 PM First Quarter


Friday, May 9, 2008
5:57 AM Sun rise
9:47 AM Moon rise
11:27 AM 1.81 Feet
7:31 PM Sun set
11:53 PM -0.38 Feet

Saturday, May 10, 2008
12:24 AM Moon set
5:56 AM Sun rise
10:56 AM Moon rise
12:22 PM 1.65 Feet
7:32 PM Sun set

Sunday, May 11, 2008
12:43 AM -0.17 Feet
1:06 AM Moon set
5:56 AM Sun rise
12:02 PM Moon rise
1:12 PM 1.45 Feet
7:32 PM Sun set
10:57 PM First Quarter


Friday, May 9, 2008
2:56 AM -0.70 Feet
5:57 AM Sun rise
9:47 AM Moon rise
3:52 PM 2.26 Feet
7:32 PM Sun set

Saturday, May 10, 2008
12:25 AM Moon set
3:56 AM -0.61 Feet
5:57 AM Sun rise
10:56 AM Moon rise
4:50 PM 2.07 Feet
7:33 PM Sun set

Sunday, May 11, 2008
1:07 AM Moon set
4:39 AM -0.41 Feet
5:56 AM Sun rise
12:02 PM Moon rise
5:42 PM 1.78 Feet
7:33 PM Sun set
10:57 PM First Quarter


Pace

Continued From Page One
retiring 14 of 15 batters
at one point.
"C.T. Bradford is a
heck of a pitcher,"
Niceville coach Kevin
Berry said. " ... He
changed his speeds well
and kept us off balance.
" ... We came away
with the hits when we
needed them, and that's
all that counts."
Bradford allowed
four hits, no walks and
struck out five, while
DeVall surrendered six
hits, walked two and
fanned seven.
"The team came up
big for me today,"
DeVall said, "and I'm
just appreciative of
that."


Jay

Continued From Page One
Brandt Hendricks. "I was
just having a little trouble
with my curve ball not being
as sharp as I would like."
But it would not be
enough as the Wildcats
stranded a base runner in the
sixth and .in the seventh
Hendricks issued a lead off
walk to Tad Scott.
But Scott could not get
into scoring position as
Hendricks then struck out the
next three batters as he fin-
ished the night by fanning 13.
Wildcats.
North Florida Christian
is the defending champions
from last season who defeat-
ed Montverde 6-1.
Last season Montverde
defeated Jay 11-5 in the State
2A, Semi-Finals.


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call 994-9499 or 623-
4833.
Reggie Evans
Southeastern Jam: The
Southern Youth Sports
Association will host the
Reggie Evans
Southeastern Jam May 23
through May 25.
This tournament will
be open to Boys and girls
team U-10 to U-17 with
three games guaranteed.
Featured guests will
include Reggie .Evans,
Lady Comfort of the L.A.
Sparks, Alex Gordon,
Ralph Mims, and Jason
Rich.
Team entry fee is
.$275.
For more information
call 777-0165, 602-3464,
390-3682, or 723-9087.
Stetson University
Hoops Camp: Derek
Waugh/Stetson
University Boy's
Basketball Camp from
June 22 to August 6.
Five different camps
are being offered cover-
ing 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.stetson.edu/hoop-
scamp.
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.
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www.centralfloridafast-
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This report represents
some events the Florida Fish
and Wildlife Conservation
Commission (FWC) handled
the week of April 24 through
May 1; however, it does not
include all actions taken by
the Division of Law
Enforcement.

ESCAMBIA COUNTY

On April 24, Officer Pat
Roush received information
that four individuals on a
vessel were stealing crabs
from commercial crab traps
near the Three Mile Bridge.
Officer Roush immediately
proceeded to the area to
observe the violation.
Using binoculars, Officer
Roush was able to observe
three of the four occupants in
the vessel taking part in
stealing the crabs. Lt.
Wayne Williams arrived to
assist. After stealing the
crabs, the individuals trav-
eled to the 17th Avenue Boat
Ramp. Officer Roush and
Lt. Williams approached the
individuals at the ramp.
Three of the individuals
admitted to stealing crabs.
On the vessel, Lt. Williams
discovered 37 blue crabs,
three of which were egg
bearing, and two stone crabs.
The three individuals were
arrested and transported to
the Escambia County Jail for
the violations.

On April 25, Officers
Keith Clark and Andy
Maltais were on water patrol
conducting fisheries and
safety inspections in the
Pensacola Pass. Officers
Clark and Maltais observed a
dive boat returning from the
gulf. They stopped the ves-
sel to perform a safety
inspection. After the safety
inspection, Officer Clark
boarded the vessel for a fish-
eries inspection. In a cooler,
Officer Clark observed a bag
limit of red snapper, a gag'
grouper and some trigger-
fish. All were speared.
Officer Clark then decided to
dig through the fish in the
cooler. At the bottom of the
cooler, he discovered several
fillets from cleaned fish.
The fillets were determined
to be from a red snapper,
gray snapper and scamp.
The captain was issued a
citation for the violations.

On April 26, Lt. Brian
Lambert checked a vessel as
it returned to the Navy Point
Boat Ramp. As Lt. Lambert
approached the vessel, one
of the two occupants imme-
diately said that he had some
redfish, but he was just
bringing them back to shore
to measure them. Lt.
Lambert observed the catch
and found three undersized
red drum. Two of the three
fish were dead. The one
occupant admitted to catch-
ing all of the red drum.
Citations were issued for the
violations. The operator of
the vessel was also issued a
citation for not having any
life jackets on board.

SANTA ROSA COUNTY

Officer Andy Maltais
concluded a derelict vessel
investigation this week.
After receiving a warning, an
individual removed his 17-
foot vessel from Trout
Bayou. The vessel had been


I FWC Reports^ -


in a derelict condition since
Hurricane Ivan.

OKALOOSACOUNTY

On April 25, Lt. Mark
Hollinhead and Officers
David Brady and Espy
Letcher observed a vessel
towing a skier in the no
wake/idle speed zone in
Destin Pass. When the ves-
sel was stopped, the operator
displayed signs of impair-
ment. Field sobriety exer-
cises confirmed the operator
was impaired. The operator
was transported to the Destin
Coast Guard Station where
he provided a breath sample
of .088. He was transported
to the Okaloosa County Jail
and charged with operating a
vessel while intoxicated.

WALTON COUNTY

On April 28, Lt. Mark
Hollinhead attended court in
Walton County for the sen-
tencing of a subject who shot
a deer at night while Lt.
Hollinhead and Officer
Danny Arnette were working
night hunting in the northern
part of the county. The sub-
ject was sentenced and fined
$850, one year probation,
three years suspension of
hunting privileges and the
firearm was forfeited.

On April 29, Officer
Matt Webb investigated a
boating accident that
occurred on Black Creek.
The accident occurred when
the operator of a personal
watercraft lost control of the
vessel and was ejected. He
sustained a rib injury which
was treated at a local hospi-
tal in Walton County.
Charges are pending.

FRANKLIN COUNTY

On April 20, Officer
Charlie Wood observed three
individuals digging in the
waters of the state near
Turkey Point. Officer Wood
set up a surveillance position
in the woods adjacent to the
individuals and watched as
they probed and dug along
the shoreline. Officer Wood
then approached the individ-
uals and asked what they
were collecting from the
water. Rocks and shark's
teeth were the answers that
were given to the officer but
a search revealed that one of
the subjects was in posses-
sion of 43 shards of Indian
pottery. Another subject
was found to be in posses-
sion of less than 20 grams of
cannabis. Both individuals
were issued citations with
possible felony charges
pending on the subject with
the Indian pottery.

On April 25, Lt. Rama
Shuster, Investigator Charlie
Chafin and Officer Faris
Livesay were on patrol on
the offshore patrol vessel
"Sea Hawk." At 11 p.m.,
the commercial fishing ves-
sel "Hammerhead" was
boarded approximately 45
miles southwest of
Carrabelle. A fisheries
inspection revealed posses-
sion of undersized red
grouper, vermillion snapper
and gag grouper, and red
snapper not in whole condi-
tion. The fish were seized
and a federal citation was
issued.









WednesdayMay 14 21 & 28 08


Santa Rosa's Press Gazette


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PROPERTY

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MCCLURE

TAX COLLECTOR

SANTA ROSA COUN-
TY




LEGAL NOTICE

NOTICE OF UNPAID DELINQUENT
TANGIBLE PERSONAL PROPERTY
TAXES AS PROVIDED BY SECTION
197.062 FL STATUTES, NOTICE IS
HEREBY GIVEN THAT TANGIBLE PER-
SONAL PROPERTY TAXES ASSESSED
FOR 2007 ARE NOW DELINQUENT
AND BEGINNING WITH APRIL 1ST
SUCH TAXES ASSESSED FOR 2007
ARE DRAWING INTEREST AT THE
RATE OF 18 PERCENT PER YEAR
AND UNLESS THE DELINQUENT
TAXES ARE PAID BEFORE JUNE 1,
2008 WARRANTS WILL BE ISSUED
THEREON AND THE TAX COLLECTOR
WILL APPLY TO THE CIRCUIT COURT
FOR AN ORDER DIRECTING LEVY
UPON AND SEIZURE OF THE PER-
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213 0001454283 $139.87
JAY FUNERAL HOME

214 0001454309 $14.74
PROFESSIONAL WALLCOVERING

215 0001454336 $6.43
NORTHROP HOMES & CONSTRUC-
TION

216 0001454396 $76.36
THE SIGN STOP

217 0001454402 $106.44
STUMPKNOC ENTERPRISE

218 0001454421 $60.50
MAGNOLIA ANTIQUE MALL (DBA)

219 0001454424 $2,502.59
PAMFEST PRODUCTIONS INC

220 0001454431 $6.91
MARK BLACKMAN BACKFLOWS LLC

221 0001454441 $6.08
FROG POND POOL SERVICE

222 0001454446 $7.20
MASSAGE THERAPY BY

223 0001454451 $3.84
WARNS CYNTHIA L

224 0001454459 $47.93
FAMILY PAINTING LLC

225 0001454492 $286.05
DYNEGY CONNECT

226 0001454505 $11.90
PROFESSIONAL CLEANING SERVICE

227 0001454525 $8.08
DONE WRIGHT JANITORIAL SERVICE

228 0001454526 $92.95
PRIME TIME VIDEO

229 0001454681 $148.82
FUREVER FRIENDS INC

230 0001454682 $7,125.82
COYOTE LAND CO INC

231 0001454701
$13,046.17
BAY BEACH HOTEL LLC

232 0001454736 $767.72
DOUBLE EAGLE INC "

233 1454103097 $908.97
DURA-MED SOUTHEAST INC

234 1454107097 $9,075.05
ALLEN SERVICES OF NWF INC

235 3001454756 $172,36
BLACKWATER PLUMBING CO INC

236 3001454793 $1,057.92
AUTOWORX TIRE & AUTOMOTIVE INC

237 3001454797 $526.39
BEACH BUM BAGELS INC

238 3001454840 $72.17
EAGLE RV SERVICE

239 3001454877 $392.40
ALFORD & SONS MARINE CON-
STRUCT

240 3001454887 $112.44
NORTH FLORIDA CONTRACTOR'S
INC










Pnae 4R


248
3001455196 $18.89
HONEY DO HOME REPAIR

249 3001455220 $46.89
iE W SMITH CARPENTRY LLC

250 3001455275 $15.38
PINACLE CORPORATION

251 3001455434 $298.92
MIKE SHAW'S TREE SERVICE

252 3001455437 $1,191.38
SMITH'S OUTDOOR SERVICE LLC

253 3001455450 $75.00
VICTORY BALLET STUDIO

254 3001455521 . $23.59
CHARLIE BRAD LARKER

255 3001455545 $170.55
CHRISTOPHER MCCAMMON CONST
INC

256 3001455558 $1,447.88
SEMI-SANE HOLDINGS LLC

257 3001455604 $20.47
OCEAN BREEZE

258 3001455609 $345.50
.PALACE SPORTS BAR & CAFE INC

259 3001455613 $25.73
R A PITMAN JR HOME BUILDERS

260 3001455623 $39.25
LACOSTE ELECTRIC COMPANY INC

261 3001455688 $118.10
JIMMY D STOKES

262 3001455759 $12.47
J PETERMAN CONSULTING

263 3001455858
$30,024.32
SOLID WASTE HAULERS OF FLORIDA

264 3001455864 $305.03
SULLIVAN FAMILY PHARMACY

265 3001455882 $508.09
WATSON'S RIVERRUN MARINA INC

266 3001455987 $5.57
MANATEE POOL SUPPLY

267 3001455993 $818.45
MIDWAY METAL ROOFING & MORE

268 3001456011 $4.91
PHOTOS BY DAYSHA

269 3001456016 $10.02
QUALITY WBT CNTR FOR EDUCATION

270 3001456025 $37.09
ROBERT'S FIELD MOWING

271 3001456046 $11.26
TAYLORMAN SERVICE CO

272 3001456197 $16.13
TERRY MARTIN SERVICES

273 3001456232 $21.68
PERRY W BIGGS

274 3001456303 $90.04
ECO-BEACH LLC

275 3001456331 $86.67
BREEZE LAWNSCAPING LLC

276 3001456350 $614.77
COLEMAN PRODUCTION

277 3001456440 $15.13
PRESTIGE APPRAISAL SERVICE

278 3001456486 $53.10
ANDREW W WILLIAMS JR

279 3001456529 $8.01
BREEZE'S BEST FLOORING

280 3001456575 $18.38
RUSSELL A KELLEY

281 3001456610 $7.15
SIMS ELECTRIC CO INC


282 3001456631


$30.46


JOSEPH GOODEN JR CONSTRUC-
TION

283 3001456658 $1,313.07
ADVANCED INTERIOR SOLUTIONS

284 3001456712 $132.74
S R W FIREWORKS INC

285 3001456756 $675.55
TIM SOWELL ROOFING

286 3001456794 $126.02
BC LAND CORPORATION

287 3001456937 $322.55
BARNARD'S SEPTIC TANK CO INC

288 3001456969 $2,079.25
DOWNS COLLISION CENTER INC

289 3001456976 $46.17
NORTH FLORIDA LEGAL CENTER INC

290 3001457001 $76.98
MYRTLES KITCHEN

291 3001457011 $5,428.63
NAVARRE DIRT & SITE

292 3001457071 $11.92
PATTERSON LIGHTING

293 3001457278 $39.47
A & J MOBILE HOME SERVICE INC

294 3001457283 $25.96
ANTHONY BROWN

295 4001457464 $12.81
PRECISION PRODUCTS CO INC

296 4001457478 $87.98
MOORE BETTER INSHORE FISHING

297 4001457497 $2,534.90
RANDALL MCCALL TRACTOR WORK

298 4001457609 $29.19
FAMILY FIRST MORTGAGE CORP

299 4001457611 $56.91
FAVORED FLOORING COMPANY

300 4001457635 $6.96


JJ -LZt WLb

301 4001457646 � $14.33
LASER THERAY SOLUTIONS

302 4001457661 . $37.43
OFFICE LOUNGE THE

303 4001457672 $21,29
R & R FIXER UPPER'

304 4001457695 $88.59
STROUD CONSTRUCTION INC

305 4001457712 $96.84
TOM & SONS ELEC'L CONTRACTORS

306 4001457814 $12.63
WEEKEND WARRIOR LLC

307 4001457844 $415.74
LITTLE CAESARS (PACE)

308 4001457863 $33.43
MICHAEL E BURROUGHS SR INC

309 4001458075 $26.70
LESTER LAWN & LANDSCAPE SRVC

310 4001458077 $558.19
UPS STORE THE #3304 (GB-TP)

311 4001458161 $10.46
ANTHONY YOUNG

312 4001458264 $46.90
MCREILLY INC

313 4001458289 $3.78
RANDALL MASONRY CRAFTS INC

314 4001458307 $8.42
GLORIOUS IMAGE SALON

315 4001458329 $118.91
R & R IRRIGATION/HYDROSEED INC

316 4001458349 $10.73
ANCHOR CLEANING SERVICE

317 4001458437 $12.75
JEFF GARRETTS LAWN MAINTE-
NANCE

318 4001458441 $8.07
JIMMIE JONES TILE

319 4001458477 $9.30
NICHOLAS W VAN HOOSEN

320 4001458511 $24.53
SADLERS SWEET TREATS

321 4001458520 $6.19
SIMPLIFIED-ACCOUNTING &

322 4001458527 $292.72
SUGAR LOAF CAFE & DELI DBA

323 4001458693 $4,521.14
FDS CONSTRUCTION INC

324 4001458722 $14.37
J D PORTABLE WELDING SERVICES

325 4001458840 $18.50
A TO Z TERMITE & PEST SVC LLC

326 4001458857 $189.07
CONRAD VELAZQUEZ CONSTRUC- .
TION

327 4001458873 $4.07
EVELYN REITER PAINTING

328 4001458919 $96.07
R&R PROPERTIES OF P'COLA LLC

329 4001459281 $6.96
BILL AND BELINDA HUSTY

330 4001459285 $22.39
BOOKER TRIM

331 4001459303 $5.99
CES PROMOTIONS

332 4001459324 $8.13
D L FISS SEAMLESS GUTTERS

333 4001459336 $37.06
FAMILY HEATING & A/C

334 4001459358 $32.65
HOUSEHOLD TERMITE & PEST

335 4001459397 $44.83
MAINTENANCE PLUS

336 4001459430 $136.10
WOODBINE CERAMICS DBA

3374001459487 $6.52
RWV ENTERPRISES INC

338 4001459541 $16.04
B & M TOTAL PET SITTING SRVC

3394001459556 $73.84
BULLDOG MASONRY ENTERPRISE
INC

340 4001459626 $153.39
CASH OF ORLANDO LLC

341 4001459672 $27.46
JONES LIFT SERVICE

342 4001459755 $52.09
BATTLE CONSTRUCTION INC

343 4001459808 $7.88
3D DESIGNS

344 4001459820 $82.40
BAYWIND BUILDERS INC

345 4001459839 $8.52
DWIGHT MALON INC


346 4001459846 $570.86
EMPIRE PROPERTY MGT SERVICES

347 4001459859 $4.45
TAMMY'S LAWN & SOD INC

348 4001459876 $36.18
J C J HAULING INC

349 4001459882 $24.35
KENNETH E WITT CARPENTRY INC

350 4001459925 $915.15
STEVE HARRINGTON HOMES INC

351 4001460013 $117.73
PARKMORE STORAGE INC

352 4001460035 $829.23
TURF ORNAMENTAL & PEST SVC INC


Santa Rosa's Press Gazette


399 5001451277 $7.03
S & J COMPANY LLC

400 5001451292 $31.92
DARR REALTY LLC

401 5001451356 $45.55
FLORIDA BUILDING CONSULTANTS

402 5001451388 $6.01
R D H WORKS INC

403 5001451652 $358.62
SPECIALTY EXTERIORS INC

404 5001451653 $59.23
BIG & LITTLE DRYWALL OF NWFL

405 5001451668 $5,374.11
SUNCOAST BUILDING COMPONENTS


Wednesday, May 14, 21 & 28, 2008


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UNIQUE HOMES OF FLORIDA INC

453 5001452662 $13.87
MARTIN & BROWN

454 5001452681 $35.61
LACOSTE FARMS

455 6001450035 $54.47
DIGITAL HEARING INSTRUMENTS

456 6001450050 $288.22
SUPERIOR POWDER COATING INC

457 6001450092 $16.75
GUITAR STUDIO INCTAR DUO

458 6001450146 $28.95
STONEWORKS OF N.FLORIDA LLC

459 6001450147 $46.18


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353 4001460060 $347.67
CUSTOM WOOD CONCEPTS OF NW

354 4001460108 $7.69
EMERALD COAST BROKERAGE INC

355 4001460130 $804.40
JOE REEDER TRUCK & TRACTOR

356 4001460157 $13.96
FIVEASH & ASSOCIATES PA

357 4001460253 $1,029.45
R & H MASONRY CONTRACTORS INC

358 4001460301 $191.57
EHLING INSURANCE & INVEST INC

359 4001460305 $97.92
SCOTT WEIGEL PAINTING INC

360 4001460312 $778.06
AEGEAN BREEZE INC.

361 4001460319 $984.82
B & B PETRO INC

362 4001460722 $529.81
VAUGHNS DRYWALL & PAINTING INC

363 5001450067 $6,206.32
EXXON FUEL EXPRESS

364 5001450070 $8.19
NAVARRE METAL FABRICATION LLC

365 5001450081 $203.24
PERFECTION LAWN CARE INC

366 5001450129 $15.52
WCB FLOOR COVERING LLC

367 5001450135 $196.64
WHATEVER INC (GB)

368 5001450243 ' $25.09
J & J TILE STONE & MARBLE INC

369 5001450249 $15.76
JOHN COLE'S STUMP GRINDING

370 5001450330 $3.89
TNS HANDYMAN SERVICE

371 5001450352 $1,830.78
MIDWAY TEXACO

372 5001450368 $2,249.98
PRODUCTION METAL STAMPINGS
INC

373 5001450381 $1,824.75
MOTT OIL INC

374 5001450483
$16,362.83
OOPS ALLEY FAMILY (BOWLING)

375 5001450549 $67.60
PAUL MCANALLY & SON LAWN CARE

376 5001450569 $4.69
GEORGE & MARSHALL

377 5001450571 $76.73
PANHANDLE TRUCK TIRE SERVICE

378 5001450574 $4.58
BRAD BLOOM SERVICES

379 5001450593 $51.11
SIMPLE EXPRESSIONS

380 5001450596 $8.85
PIER ONE MARINA

381 5001450659 $550.66
GAUTHIERS SCREEN ENCLOSURES

382 5001450673 $73.60
KELLY'S PIES

383 5001450742 $8.07
ALL PHASE FLOORING CONTRACTOR

384 5001450767 $71.46
PENSACOLA ANGLING

385 5001450808 $14.09
DAVID THORP FLEET ACCESSORIES

386 5001450869 $3.79
GLOBAL HOME BUILDERS LLC

387 5001450885 $24.86
JOHN CREGUT INC

388 5001450905 $7.14
PREFERRED PAINTING

389 5001450964 $45.97
CONFIDENTIAL CLIENT CONNECTION

390 5001451063 $9.30
ARTFAUX DESIGN

391 5001451090 $13.92
B-WELL

392 5001451108 $12.87
RIGS SUPPLY

3935001451152 $417.15
SCOTT LA COSTE CONSTRUCTION

394 5001451164 $146.87
PARAISO HAIR STUDIO CO

395 5001451192 $67.55
CRESCENT STUDIO

396 5001451213 $81.24
RA W SERVICE

397 5001451237 $13.23
JOE FINCH

398 5001451247 $499.73
SUPERIOR SERVICES & SUPPLY INC


406 5001451670 $15.71
BACK-YARD PRODUCTIONS

407 5001451781 $101.89
REMEDY CONCRETE SERVICE LLC

408 5001451789 $12.74
BOBBY RAY TUTOR JR

409 5001451820 $53.50
COUNTRY SIDE TREE SERVICE

410 5001451824 $17.67
SESSIONS WHITE & NORTHROP

411 5001451859 $6.44
ALVERSON CONTRACTING INC

412 5001451866 $87.20
WELCH MASONRY INC

413 5001451876 $4,028.22
PANHANDLE AEROSPACE LLC

414 5001451877 $18.64
EMPIRE ANTIQUES SERVICES

415 5001451878 $40.93
A HEAD ABOVE THE REST,

416 5001451931 $12.32
CARPENTER & SONS FENCE &

417 5001451950 $41.87
J & T DRYWALL LLC

418 5001451966 $4.74
MICHAEL CANDELARIA

419 5001451977 $22.32
SMIDT & SON

420 5001452074 $31.90
LONE WOLF CONTRACTORS INC

421 5001452092 $53.34
SKINSATIONS SKIN CARE STUDIO

422 5001452097 $43.18
TUNED CIRCUITS INC

423 5001452102 $13.74
G M CONSTRUCTION SRVC OF NWFL

424 5001452111 $401.99
MEDEIROS MILL WORK CUSTOM

425 5001452153 $6.52
MEYERING CONSTRUCTION INC

426 5001452160 $187.12
FIELDS DISCOUNT ROOFING

427 5001452161 $7.49
MICHAEL PENN LLC

428 5001452215 $26.85
LOGAN FINANCIAL SERVICES

429 5001452222 $10.58
HOWLES HANDYMAN SERVICE

430 5001452258 . $167.09
CHARLIE HEATH'S LANDSCAPING

431 5001452261 $74.58
SOGGY PAWS MOBILE GROOMING

432 5001452277 $133.76
STUMP EASE

433 5001452304 $39.47
SITEPRO

434 5001452331 $104.76
JOHN STOKES TRIM INC

435 5001452352 $317.00
ANOTHER PAK & SHIP INC

436 5001452371 $40.57
INVESTORS WAREHOUSE INC

437 5001452391 $135.15
MR BUILDINGS & SERVICES INC

438 5001452414 . $195.76
SKATELAND SKATING CENTER OF

439 5001452457 $1,060.64
EXPRESSIONS INC

440 5001452471 $186.50
FULL-UPS FOOD STORES INC

441 5001452503 $3,306.96
ATLANTIC ASPHALT SERVICES INC

442 5001452594 $21.37
BRANTLEY DEVELOPMENT

443 5001452595 $26.08
ALL WEATHER FENCE

444 5001452612 . $540.39
NORTHWEST FLORIDA INVEST-
MENTS

445 5001452615 $45.31
MICHAEL A BURNS ATTORNEY

446 5001452616 $50.02
TAZMANIUM CONSTRUCTION INC

447 5001452621 $364.99
STITCHCRAFT

448 5001452626 $33.40
2 SISTERS CONSULTING & DESIGN

449 5001452635 $14.56
LEWIS DELANEY & ASSOCIATES LLC

450 5001452648 $735.23
EMERALD COAST PLUMBING

451 5001452649 $112.11
HOEFT ENTERPRISES INC

452 5001452650 $14.11


505 6001451211 $580.50
TUMINO'S BACKHOE & TRACTOR
SVC

506 6001451221 $8.02
R & S HOME IMPROVEMENTS

507 6001451225 $39.21
HART'S YARD WORK

508 6001451230 $1,197.82
SOUTHERN GUNITE CONST INC

509 6001451256 $487.86
EL RODEO

510 6001451261 $1,722.07
JERNIGANS EQUIPMENT RENTAL

511 6001451269 $403.26
CUPPY'S COFFEE (P)

512 6001451286 $547.87
v


JOHN N HUGHES III UUNI HUCT I UN

460 6001450166 $1,098.01
RAAW INVESTMENTS LLC

461 6001450197 $45.90
BRUSH STROKES OF AMERICA INC

462 6001450238 $6.47
OCEAN CREATIONS LLC

463 6001450260 $1,359.57
BREEZE MART INT'L OF GULF BRZ

464 6001450262 $4,466.82
BEACH EXPRESS CAR WASH INC

465 6001450267 $1,377.01
R & M CONSTRUCTION LLC

466 6001450282 $4,293.15
GULF CONSTRUCTION & ENGI-
NEERNG

467 6001450345 $56.01
SIFTING THROUGH TIME

468 6001450354 $25.70
SHEPPARD & SON

469 6001450367 $302.92
GUY BREWER'S CONSTRUCTION LLC

470 6001450407 $3,890.37
SINGERHOUSE & MULLEN INC

471 6001450434 $22.21
ONE WAY CARPENTRY LLC

472 6001450440 $550.57
DAMON A GRISWOLD

473 6001450449 $87.63
WALTER COOPER CUSTOM PAINTING

474 6001450461 $305.34
DAN'S TRACTOR WORKS

475 6001450470 $5,600.56
HENRY HAIRE BUILDING AND

476 6001450485 $8.67
TRENT TUCKER FLOORING INC

477 6001450494 $18.63
EZ PRODUCTS

478 6001450512 $26.77
J TEL LLC

479 6001450527 $9.11
TIM GRIFFITHS PAINTING'

480 6001450560 $205.43
RB SEARS LAND SURVEYING INC

481 6001450629 $50.32
RALEIGH SAMFORD & SON

482 6001450643 -$5.39
G P OFFICE LLC

483 6001450726 $15.06
CARTESIAN SERVICES INC

484 6001450742 $12.92
BROUSSARD LLC

485 6001450744 $8,596.22
PROPERTY ONE DEVELOPMENT ENT

486 6001450794 $42.60
SUNDIAL CONSTRUCTION INC

487 6001450798 $13.64
R & E PRO PAINT

488 6001450834 $12.17
NEU PROPERTIES & RESORTS

489 6001450896 $25.65
MICHAEL POLLARD CO (THE)

490 6001450915 $5.15
ECKERTS HOME REPAIR

491 6001450936 $2,562.92
THINK DIRT INC

492 6001451007 $2,387.38
I R LESTER DDS PA

493 6001451009 $478.28
JAY GARDEN LLC

494 6001451037 $629.89
O'DANIEL MARINE CONSTRUCTION

495 6001451044 $71.32
BARNETT'S FURNITURE (GB)

496 6001451056 $236.13
JIMMY PHILLIPS LANDSCAPING

497.6001451064 $64.82
TSI IRRIGATION

498 6001451113 $50.17
SOLID SOLUTIONS OF NW FL LLC

499 6001451128 $248.88
NAYLOR COSMETICS LLC

500 6001451164 $17.91
RICKY T HANYMAN

501 6001451192 $341.08
NEW ROOTS LANDSCAPES

502 6001451194 $97.04
D & J MAINTENANCE LLC

503 6001451195 $39.91
RYDALA LLC

504 6001451196 $26.36
CHRISTINA J LEWIS FLOORING









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GENT'S FORMAL WEAR

513 6001451303 $8.56
ELK MASONRY CONSULTING INC

514 6001451307 $323.20
SUNSET COASTAL LANDSCAPING
INC

515 6001451351 $14.96
INTERGITY HOME & BUILDING INSP

516 6001451390 $271.32
WINGS ON THE GO

517 6001451394 $12.67
GI GI'S COTTAGE & GARDEN

518 6001451509 $4.68
G & L REPAIR LLC

519 6001451519 $45.60
M JOHNSON LLC

520 6001451529 $54.73
BEADED DESIGNS AND GIFTS BY

521 6001451557 $19.19
NATIONAL MUSIC SERVICE

522 6001451561 $255.60
JOINER FILL DIRT LLC

523 6001451567 $108.40
SYSTEMS PROMPT INC

524 6001451570 $767.11
LEG UP STOOLS

525 6001451582 $113.07
WHISPERING PINES OF

526 6001451588 $35.03
LISA PLANNING LLC

527 6001451593 $32.14
YAYOS DISASTER RECOVERY

528 6001451610 $304.73
KENDORA'S CUSTOM WORKS INC

529 6001451617 $15.40
L & 0 REALTY INVESTMENTS INC

530 6001451618 $59.03
BOCK CONSTRUCTION INC

531 6001451627 $575.25
T D A IRRIGATION INC

532 6001451640 $12.67
S K STONE & ASSOCIATES INC

533 6001451659 $11.01
CARPET & TILE HEADQUARTERS

534 6001451667 $270.78


KLEEN KORNERS LLC

535 60.01451688 $15.26
THE HULL 9 YARDS LLC

536 6001451702 $10.80
DJM PROPERTIES INC

537 6001451715 $96.96
WEST FLORIDA MASONRY COMPANY

538 6001451717 $24.40
J & S MARINE & AUTO ACCESS

539 6001451750 " $7.22
MCCOY TRUCKING OF NAVARRE INC

540 6001451786 $24.30
TUSCAN SUN INC

541 6001451811 $1,767.22
VOGT CONCRETE PUMPING INC

542 6001451877 $23.86
ACAPULCO OF NAVARRE INC

543 6001451879 $28.30
DANCE ACADEMY OF SANTA ROSA

544 6001451887 $138.32
DWELLING DOCTOR INC

545 6001451894 $64.09
NAILTIPS

546 6001451897 $39.96
PAMPERED PET PARLOR

547 7001450013 $21.28
CCS TRIM

548 7001450021 $54.70
STEVIE D'S ALL AMERICAN BAR

549 7001450022 $90.03
DOVETAIL DESIGN

550 7001450039 $185.12
WHATEVER INC (P)

551 7001450073 $15.23
BRUSHWELL HOUSE PAINTING

552 7001450082 $928.14
JOHNNY BY THE SEA LLC

553 7001450134 $201.24
LUXURY NAILS

554 7001450241 $120.72
KENNETH CLEMMONS HANDYMAN

555 7001450365 $55.37
SIMPLY YOURS CONSIGNMENT

556 7001450386 $16.72
JWS PROPERTIES


557 7001450477 $209.29
EISENWERK GERMAN SHEPHERDS

558 7001450499 $57.60
HART HUNTER MINISTRY

559 7001450561 $13.69
GULF COAST DEVELOPMENT GROUP

560 7001450577 $419.49
GULF BREEZE BOATS

561 7001450588 $178.73
WOMEN WEIGHT CONTROL

562 7001450603 $85.36
MIKE WRIGHT LAWN MAINTENANCE

563 7001450636 $137.58
RANDALL A WERE PA

564 7001450644 $33.19
ONE HUNDRED PERCENT REALTY

565 7001450646 $60.46
PINNACLE PROPERTIES OF NWF INC

566 7001450651 $25.18
HOLLAND BROS SCREENPRINTING

567 7001450699 $47.71
CHARLIE L VANLANDINGHAM III

568 7001450700 $20.99
M & L SIDING

569 7001450731 $12.58
SUNRISE REALTY INTERNATIONAL

570 7001450732 $13.31
PAMELA E LANGHAM PA

571 7001450742 $107.52
THE STAINED GLASS SHOPPE LLC

572 7001450800 $615.20
FLEET COMMERCIAL TIRE LLC

573 7001450820
$14,133.67
CSX INTERMODAL INC

574 7001450821 $768.49
CSX INTERMODAL INC

575 7001450822 $4,678.28
CSX INTERMODAL INC

576 7001450895 ' $19.67
SEW WHAT ALTERATIONS

577 7001450907 $94.97
BIG SURFACES INC

578 7001450910 $37.12
ARTISAN IRRIGATION AND


579 7001450911 $6.90
TILE BY TIMMOS

580 7001450912 $42.08
DAMIEN GROUT CUSTOM WOOD-
WORK

581 7001451019 $10.19
INTERNATIONAL TREASURES

582 7001451066 $49.40
AMERICAN MOBILITY SERVICE

583 7001451084 $4.41
RODRIQUEZ'S FLOORING INC

584 7001451141 $13.74
AUTO GLASS PLUS INC

585 7001451146 $201.40
PACE INK LLC

586 7001451156 $109.35
BLEEDINEDGE.COM

587 7001451158 $470.70
CARR'S AUTOMOTIVE CENTER INC

588 7001451188 $1,308.59
C & C ENTERPRISES OF FL LLC

589 7001451192 $32.09
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. Teach your children to respect others.

, Enroll your children in a swim class.

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The Santa Rosa Press Gazette


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Immanuel Concert is Friday



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Karen Peck and New River will be in concert at
Immanuel Baptist Church, 4187 Hwy 90, Pace, Florida on
Friday, May 16th at 7:00 p.m.
. You will not want to miss this group as they have per-
formed at the Grand Ole Opry, Dollywood and with the
Gaither Homecoming concerts. They have established them-
selves at the forefront of southern gospel music. Karen Peck


and New River sets a standard for musical perfection with
rich vocal harmony that cannot be rivaled. Their latest
release "Journey of Joy" in 2007 was nominated for a
Grammy in 2008. There will be no charge for admission. A
love offering will be taken. For more information call the
church at 994-6152.


Aderhold to serve our country once more


Sr., and Winnie Love of
Pinson, AL.
Loren graduated from
Milton High School in
1988. He continued his
education at West Florida
University, and graduated
with a degree in math. He
then joined the U.S. Army
and served our country
for four years. Upon com-
pletion of his service to
our country, his education -
continued at Beeson
Divinity School at
Samford University,


Ken and Brenda, will be assigned to the
Aderhold of Milton are 82nd Airborne Division
the proud parents of as a Captain in the U.S.
Loren Aderhold. Loren, Army.
along with his wife, -Loren is the grandson
Sheila and their sons, of Foist Holley and the
Dennis and Dakota, has late Bonnie Holley of
been appointed as mis- Milton, and Mary
sionaries by the North Aderhold and the late
American Mission Board. Eugene Aderhold, Sr. of
Loren will be serving as a Crestview. Sheila is the
United States Army daughter of Anita Love
Chaplain. On June 8, and the late Perry Love of
Loren will go to Chaplain Remlap, AL, and the
School in Ft. Jackson, granddaughter of Louise
South Carolina. Ratliff Tate, the late
Afterwards, he will be Herston Ratliff, the late
stationed in Ft. Bragg, John Tate of Birmingham,
North Carolina, where he AL, along with Lloyd,


where . he received his
Masters. He is currently
finishing his Ph.D from
Trinity Evangelical
Divinity School in
Chicago, IL. Along the
way, he was a pastor for 8
years at the First Baptist
Church in Odenville. AL.
The Aderhold and
Love families share in
Loren and Sheila's
accomplishments and
look forward to their
future.


"God be mercifitl unto us, and bless us; andn cause
his face to shine upon us. Selalh." Ps. 67:1


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


Pastor Gallups, "Why do many Christians circumcise
their baby boys? If it is truly healthier does that mean God
made a mistake when he created the foreskin?" R. R.,
Pace.
Dear R.R. - The Biblical practice of circumcision was
given largely for ceremonial and covenant symbolism.
That can be a topic of another article. Your question is
more relegated to answering - "should modern day
Christians continue the practice and are there really any
benefits in it?"
No, God made no mistake in any part of our creation
body. The practice of "routine" infant circumcision was
introduced in the U.S. in the late 19th century, sustained
by arguments that the surgery was a way to avoid or pre-
vent certain diseases.
But many evangelical Christians have also been con-
sidering the issue from a scriptural point of view. The
question of circumcision raises the never-quite-answered
question of how modern Christians should relate to the
Laws of Moses.
One evangelical mother, quoted in a 2000 Christian
Parenting Today article responded in this manner:
"I figured if God ordained circumcision for his peo-
ple in the Old Testament, there probably were some good
spiritual reasons as well as health reasons."
But other anti-circumcision Christian advocates point
to passages in the letters of Paul, where the apostle writes:
"I, Paul, tell you that if you let yourselves be circum-
cised, Christ will be of no value to you at all." (See
Galatians Chapter 5)
The major consensus among most medical profes-
sionals is that there are MAJOR medical BENEFITS to
circumcision...although; there are medical professionals
who are opposed to this practice. The purported benefits
are listed as follows:
-Prevents urinary tract infections throughout life,
most importantly in infancy
-Prevents HIV/AIDS infection and other sexually
transmitted diseases (STDs)
-Prevent cervical cancer in female partners of uncir-
cumcised men
-Prevents cancer of the penis
-Prevents infected/un-retractable foreskin and
penile skin disease
-Promotes lifetime ease of cleanliness
I certainly do not think that the modem Christian is
under any Biblical "command" to circumcise their baby
boys. That decision should be an informed decision made
with a medical professional of your choice.
I hope this helps in answering your question.
Carl Gallups is lhe 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 H-BC, call 623-8959 or 626-8951. fax:623-0197. If you have
any questions for Ask The Preacher, send it to: Ask The Preacher HIickory Hammock Baptist
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THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF
THIS NOTICE OR 30 DAYS AF-
TER THE DATE OF SERVICE OF
A COPY OF THIS NOTICE ON
THEM.
All other creditors of the dece-
dent and other persons having
claims or demands against
decedent's estate must file their
claims with this court WITHIN 3
MONTHS AFTER THE DATE OF
THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF
THIS NOTICE.
ALL CLAIMS NOT FILED
WITHIN THE TIME PERIODS
SET FORTH IN SECTION
733.702. OF THE FLORIDA
PROBATE CODE WILL BE FOR-
EVER BARRED.
NOTWITHSTANDING THE
TIME PERIODS SET FORTH
ABOVE, ANY OLAIM FILED
TWO 12 YEARS OR MORE AF-
TER THE DECEDENT'S DATE
OF DEATH IS BARRED.
The date of first publication .of
this notice is Aprir 30, 2008.
Attorney For Personal Represent-
ative:
/s/ S. A. Roddenbery, Jr.
S.A. RODDENBERY, JR.
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Suite "A"
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Telephone: (850) 944-3001
Personal Representative:
/s/ Gerald W. Craft
GERALD W. CRAFT
1545 Oak Hill Rd.
Gulf Breeze, FL 32563
043008
050708
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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT IN
AND FOR SANTA ROSA
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Case No. 08-574-CA
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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
FOR SANTA ROSA
COUNTY, FLORIDA PRO-
BATE DMSION
File No. 57-2008-CP-144
Division
IN RE: ESTATE OF
CAROLYN NANNETTE CRAFT
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
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of CAROLYN NANNETTE
CRAFT, deceased, whose date
of death was March 12, 2008,
is pending$ in the Circuit Court
for Santa osa County, Florida
Probate Division, the address of
which is P.O. Box 472, Milton,
FL 32572-0472. The names
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representative and the personal
reresentative's attorney are set
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conduct of the sale are that the
mobile home will be sold "as is"
for cash in-hand to the highest
bidder. Minimum acceptable
bids shall be $400. This sale is
to be "without reserve." The
Seller reserves the right to bid
on said mobile home.-he Seller
reserves the right to change the
terms and conditions o this
sale.
Prior to sale, this mobile home
will be located at 7820 Fleet-
wood Drive, Milton, Florida
whereby it may be inspected
between the hours of 8:0 a.m.
to 5:00 p.m. Monday through
Friday.
The purpose of this sale is due
the abandonment of the mobile
home by its owner. This sale
complies with � 715.109 Fla.
Stat. 2008). THis sale has oeen
scheduled pursuant to notice
served on Mindy Haden,
mailed to the care of William
Hayden, P.O. Box 406, Milton,
Florida, 32572. More lhan I1
days have elapsed since the no-
lice was mailed and the prop-
erty remains abandoned.
Dated this 25th day of April
2008.
OSCAR J. LOCKLIN
Attorney for Dorothy Rogers
LOCKLIN, JONES & SABA, P.A.
4557 Chumuckla Hihway
Pace, Florida 3257?
043008
050708
4/461


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Press) reserves the right
to censor, reclassify, re-
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1995 Pontiac 2-Door.
VIN # 2G2FV22P6S2221917
and $2,130.00 U.S. Currency
DEFENDANTS/CLAIMANTS:
Tremain Hamilton and Larry
Mosley
NOTICE OF FORFEITURE
PROCEEDING
TO: Tremain Hamilton, 6564
Julia Drive, Milton, Florida
32570; and Larry Mosley,
1064 Mosley Drive, Edwards,
Mississigpi 39066, and all per-
sons who claim an interest in
one 1995 Pontiac 2-Door, VIN
# 2G2FV22P6S2221917 AND
$2 130.00 U.S. Currency,
which was seized on or about
February 26, 2008 at 6587
Pinto Avenue int Santa Rosa
County. Said property is in the
custody of the Santa Rosa
County Sheriff's Office in Santa
Rosa County, Florida and a
Complaint for Final Judgment of
Forfeiture pertaining thereto has
been file in the above styled
cause.
Dated this I11Ith day of April,
2007.
S Laura J. Nye
URA JOYNER NYE
Florida Bar No.: 487236
Lindsay & Andrews, P.A.
5218 Willing Street
Milton, Florida 32570
685023-3200
Fax (50) 623-0104
Attorney tor Plaintiff
043008
050708
4/458

Legal 4/461
Notice of Sale
Dorothy Rogers, East Gate Mo-
bile Home Ranch 6200
Munson Highway. Milton, Flor-
ida, intends to offer for sale a
66-foot WAVERLY mobile
home, VIN# 17L09161.
The owner of the mobile home
js Mindy Hoyden, whose last
nown address was 7820 Fleet-
wood Drive, Milton, Santa Rosa
County, Florida.
The location of the public sale
will be held at 7820 Fleelwood
Drive Milton, Florida, on May
I5, Mo08, at 1:00 a.m.
The sale will be conducted by
Mark Autrey, auctioneer. The
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2 Bdrms. $350 Dep.
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for any apartment.
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Milton
2/1 N. Milton Area
$500 month
341-8128
Milton
Newer 3 BR/1 BA
duplex. All ceramic tile.
Stove. Fridge. Inside
laundry room. Attached
shed. Nice neighbor-
hood. Non-smokin unit.
$675 month. 626-2928.


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Milton
Newly refurbished du-
plex- 2 bedroom, 1 bath,
refri erator, D.W., stove,
W/D hookups. 6463
Maddox Road, Milton.
$550 mth./$500 de-
posit. 623-1975
Waterfront
Apartment
2 bedrooms, total electric
with Jacuzzi and built-in
BBQ pit. (furnished or un-
furnished) 626-8973




*3/2 Home, -
4821 Makenna Cir. in
Pace. $1,200.
*4/2 Home
7035 Marissa Point Rd.
in Milton. $1,400.
*3/2 Home
4981 Marcus Cir. in
Pace. $800.
*2/2 Home
7867 S Airport Rd. in
E. Milton. $825:
*3/2 Home
3868 Sun Valley Ct. in
Milton. $875.
Santa Rosa Realty
623-0077

2 BR House in Berryhill
school district. $650
mth.
4 BR 2 1/2 Bath
Townhou e in Cottage
Woods. $950 mth.
Highway commercial.
East Milton 2,000 sq.
ft. $900 mth.
Blumac Realty, Inc.
981-1631

3 Bedroom Home
bedrooms have hard-
wood floors. Two
baths/tile floors,
living-dining combina-
tion/ carpeting. Large
family room/tile floor.
One-car
garage/washer-dryer
ook-ups. Fenced back-
yard. Berryhill Road Mil-
fon. $950Month. $950
deposit. 623-1975


Pace
3/2 (additional 1/1
above garage). New CH
& A. Fence yard, wash-
er/dryer and storage
Building. Convenient to
Pensacola and Milton.
Non-smoking environ-
ment. No pets. $850
r month, $800 deposit.
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home. 1 shady acre. 1
car .qarge. $850 mo.
$850 dep. 626-9844.
Available in May.

East Milton, Florida
3/2 Brick
Home
split floor plan, Trey
Ceilings, Corner F/P,
converted garage/ bo-
nus room, det stor-
age/carport, nearly 1
acre lot, private back-
yard, excellent condi-
tion $900/mth,
850-723-3499'

Milton
2 New brick homes
1,450 S Ft, 3BD/2BA,
oversize garage,
fenced back yard, all
stainless steel appliances,
with refrigerator and
W/D, wooden blinds,
1 year lease negotiable
with military. $1,000mo
/$850 dep, pet deposit;
3-minutes Milton, 12 min-
utes Pensacola. ,
850-267-0440 or
615-957-8999

Milton
4/2/2 $1 275
Thousand Oaks, Avail.
June 15, 08.
850-826-0832

North Milton
3/BR, 1/BA $650/mth
300/dep. or 3/BR
2/BA $600/mth
$300/dep. No pets.
675-614

Pace
3801 LUTHER
FOWLER RD
Great neighborhood
3 and 1, 1700sq.ft,
brick, 6 acres accept
ets. $850/$850
77-1190

Pace
2 Bedroom 2 bath.
$675 mth. B appoint-
ment. MaryBlair
626-0287


Pace
3/3 Large doublewide
1800 sq ft. Oak shaded
yard, quiet street, spot-
less. $895/mth plus se-
curity. 877-511-0624
Quiet and clean 2
bedroom office, sun-
room, 1 1/2 bath, ch/a,
covered porch, work-
shop. 5381 Williams St.
near MHS $795 rmth.
$695 dep. 623-9902



Milton/Munson
Long or short term.
Quiet, non-smoking
environment - 3/2.
Free Maid Service.
$295. month.
(573)303-2540
Roommate Wanted
Must be dependable
and have references.
Split rent and utilities on
3 bedroom brick house.
Very nice place to livel
Linda 850-564-0810/
850- 572-6988. Please
leave message.
Roommate Wanted
Share house - $550.
month. Utilities included.
Furnished or unfurnished.
Chumuckla area. Enjoy
beautiful country living,
20 minutes to Pace.
$250. deposit. Safe
neighborhood, good
schools. 995-7803



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



3/2, C/H&A, equipped
kitchen, W/D hookup,
large fenced yard, quiet
and private, screened
back porch. Close to 110.
$600 month. $600 de-
posit. Accepting appli-
cations. 206-2/4/
Avalon Blvd.
2/2, total electric.
626-8973
Jay/Milton/Pace
Rentals 2 & 3 bed-
rooms. $400-$650 per
month.Section 8/Hud ac-
cepted. Call 994-5703
Mariborough Village
3 bedroom/' bath Nice
Yard. $600 mth. $600
Dep. 723-2532
Milton
1 Mile south of Whiting
Field. 2/BR, with air,
covered entry & all elec-
tric. Just remodeled,
washer hook up.
$400/mth $300/dep.
unfurnished. Includes gar-
bage pick up. No pets.
623-8153


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Milton
4336 Sunshine Park Dr.
4/BR 2/BA Doublewide,
covered entry, all elec-
tric, CH&A. Water & gar-
baae included. Fenced
ba& yard and covered
deck. No pets.
$700/mth$500/dep.
Deposit and 1/2 mths
rent to move in. .
623-2567 or 623-8753
Milton
Quiet Park 2006
2/BR 2/BA. 'No Pets,
non-smoking. $545 per
month plus deposit.
626-1552
Milton
Small 2/1. Ideal for sin-
gle or couple. East Gate
Mobile Home Ranch.
626-8973
North Milton ,
Quiet & Clean 3/2,
CH/A Covered porch.
$525/mth includes
water arbage & sewer.
$495/deposit.
623-9902
Off Avalon Blvd
2/BR, covered entry, all
electric, CH/A, just re-
modeled. Water & gar-
bage included.
$425/mth $300/dep.
No pets. 623-8753
Pace
Mobile Home for rent.
3/2 on 3/4 acre.
Peaceful. $550. month
Mplus security,
all 324-2097
Pace
Nice, 3/2 doublewide
on 1/2 acre. C H & A,
washer/dryer hook-ups,
covered porches, energy
efficient and nicely land-
scaped. Walk to Middle/
Intermediate schools.
$650. month plus
deposit. 678-3455
Sringhill
Completely Furnished
or unfurnished 2004
trailer 14x70 3/BR
1/BA nice. Buddy Hardy
Rd. 5 mi from Coldwater
Riding Stables & 8 miles
from Whiting Field back
gate, on acreage adja-
cent to Blackwater for-
est. No pets, non- smok-
ing environment.
$550mo $500dep. Ref-
erences needed.
623-8920


Wednesday-May 7, 2008


Milton
REDUCED
3BR/2BA 1625sf home 830
on 1.5 fenced acres with
large in ground pool, 1993 Che PU SWB
newer roof and AC/heat 1 6.cy/ boS Full
pump, near 1-10 on sze P/Utoo box$250;
Audis Road Drasticall Camer top for SWB
reduced $139,000 Cal P/U $30. 623-4874
727-424-3417


Pace 210
Must Seel
5410 Jenny Cir. 3/1.5 TERRIFIC BASS
brick w/garage. Comn- BOAT
plete renovation, everyth- 2003 Triton 'Bass boat
in s new. $119, O w/225 Yamaha VMax,
850-983-6613 or hot foot, Jack Plate, two
504-214-2559 fish/depth finders,
Garmin GPS, new batter-
( 8es 23$17,500,
(850)585-8237


Commercial build-
ings/Dogwood
$295,000.00
Commercial build-
ing/Stewart St
$250,000.00
Commercial 2 Acres
cleared $260,000.00
Century 21 Danley Re-
alty, Inc
CALL LYNDA DAY
850-293-5339


Great agri-business
site with 8000 sq. ft. of-
fice and several green-
houses on 20 acres in
north Santa Rosa County.
Call 850-814-4307 for
more information. '


2006 Suzuki Z400
with low hours, in great
condition. $4,000
564-5960 or
390-6655



8330
31 ft travel
trailer Only
$6900.
Coahman Catalina Travel
Trailer 2001 Well kept
interior. Great working
AC with vents thru out.
Needs TLC on front sid-
ing. $6900. Call
850-324-4089 or
626-9394.


EAST MILTON
1500 sf home, 3/1, one
acre, detached shop, of-
fice building. Persimmon
Hollow Road.
$125 000.00
850-554-3639


For Sale By Owner
Tired of high taxes and
insurance yet not far
from the Gulf and no
worry about all the hurri-
canes? Come up to
Andalusia, AL. Good
location yet not far.
Beautiful, 1999 Palm
Harbor in great school
district. Private, yet close
to everything, including
lakes. This nice home sits
on 5.60 acres, some
fenced for horses. Large
barn, garage, covered
deck and carport. Over
2 000 sq. ft. with fire-
place, tilt windows and
fenced yard for kids. A
very clean, large home.
Selling way below latest
appraisal. Buy now at
$105,900. Buyer pays
down payment an their i
closing fee's or buy for
$110,900. & seller pays
up to $5,000. towards
down payment or closing
fee's. Call Connie @
1-931-863-8174 or
1-931-704-3457 (cell).
Leave phone number.


HOMES FOR SALE
1 acre lot near Whiting
Field with a 3 bedroom
2 bath home
$148,000.00
Brand new...all brick
home. 3 bedrooms 3
baths...nice size lot
$120,000.00 5119
Cherry Blossom Ln, Mil-
ton
Century 21 Danley Re-
alty, Inc
CALL LYNDA DAY
850-293-5339



Milton
Best Buy in Cedar
Ridge Subdivision[
This (move in ready)
home has lots of eye
a eal and very
cean. 3/BR 2/BA
open floor plan, fire-
place, all appliances
stay. New stone floors
in kitchen, diningroom,
and both baths. New
roof '05. Large 11x22
familyroom. New
12xt6 metal shop
building. This beauty
was built in 98. Ownr
ers have relocated.
Only $147,700. Bill
Wallace Realty
623-5330


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EAST MILTON
5.4 cleared acres, older.,
mobile home water, sep-
tic, power. $0,000.00
850-554-3507

HOME SITES
1/2 acre partially
cleared lot
$25,000.00
Waterfront lot 100 ft
on water
$126,000.00
4 Acres Pace-mature
oaks $200,000.00
50 Acres north of Mil-
ton w/a Creek
$499,900.00
HCD LAND
Commercial 1 Acre
lot/cleared
$135,000.00
Commercial 2 Acres
cleared $260,000.00
Century 21 Danley Re-
alty, Inc
CALL LYNDA DAY
850-293-5339




2000 Double wide
28' X 52'.
Never lived in.
$36000
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2003
White with grey interior
94K miles. Great
condition. Excellent carl
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