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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 21, 2008
Publication Date: 1984-
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Juvenile system feels pinch


By JENI SENTER
jsenter@srpressgazette.com
Last week's arrest of
three juveniles, ranging in
age from eight to 11 years
old, raises questions about
how budget cuts in Florida
are affecting the detainment
of child criminals.
The children, who all


live on the same street in
Milton, were charged with
26 felony and misdemeanor
counts ranging from
Damage to Property-
Criminal Mischief to
Burglary.
Why were these three
children booked and
released into their parents'


custody during the course of
one day, yet the 14 year old
kidnapping victim was
detained immediately upon
her being found in Munson
last month.
The Press Gazette asked
these questions, among oth-
ers to area law enforcement
officials.


Due to the felony
charges, the juveniles' arrest
records are public informa-
tion. However, because of.
the delicate situation with
reporting juvenile arrests, no
specific details will be
released in this report.
"The process of arresting
or taking a juvenile into cus-


tody follows a standard pro-
cedure. We can take offend-
ers as young as 6 years old
into custody. The decision to
detain a juvenile and trans-
port them to the detention
center in Pensacola, and the
amount of time a juvenile
can be held depends on sev-
eral variables," says Santa


Rosa Sheriff's Department's
Mark Ward.
Santa Rosa Sheriff's
Lieutenant Tommy Gunn
says the budget cuts in
Florida have changed the
way juveniles are processed.
"There is a. new policy with
DJJ [Department of Juvenile
See JUVENILES Page 4A


A Night on



the Town

Milton High School held their prom Saturday night at
Myspace in Pensacola. This was the final prom for the local
high schools this spring. More prom photos can be found
on line at www.srpressgazette.com.
Press Gazette photo by Jeni Senter


Pace High to celebrate the arts


By JENI SENTER
jsenter@srpressgazette.com
Pace High School's Art
and Music Departments will
'Celebrate the Arts' with
their First Annual Spring
Finale on May 23 at the
University of West Florida.
Both departments are work-
ing together to showcase the
students' talents on stage and
in the gallery at UWF.


The combination of Art
and Music will be at the
University of Florida Main
Stage Theatre and Gallery.
The art exhibit will open at
5:30 p.m. and a 'meet and
mingle' reception will be
held from 5:30 to 6:30 p.m.
The concert will begin at
7:00 p.m.
The Spring Finale will
involve over 150 students


from PHS. The band alone
has 140 members. This year
the Art Department at Pace
has participated in the
Pensacola Interstate Fair,
'Great Gulf Coast Arts
Festival, SRC Senior Show,
Santa Rosa Celebrates the
Arts, and the K-12 State
Digital Exhibition.
Kathleen Tracey, Art
Teacher at Pace, says Pace


High School Music
Department Chair Jarod
Leddy was the inspiration
for the event. "Mr. Leddy
approached the art depart-
ment at the school about
doing a combined finale of
the work done throughout
the year by both depart-
ments. We thought this was a
wonderful idea and have
See PACE Page 4A


Milton might



have its first



fee customer


By BILL GAMBLING
bgamblin @srpressgazette.com
It is not confirmed, but
the City of Milton could be
sending out its first bill with
the user fee it passed one
week ago.
Sabal Johnson, 21 of
Bagdad, could receive the
first bill following her Friday
morning crash on Highway
90.
Johnson, who was
released from Santa Rosa
Medical Center' over the
weekend, drove her 2002
Ford Taurus through Morgan
Investments Services.
According to informa-
tion made available since the
accident, Johnson drove 133
feet through a parking lot
before crashing through the
west side of the building
after failing to negotiate the


curve at the intersection of
Canal Street and Highway
90.
Johnson's car exited the
east side of the building
before coming to a stop.
The 2:40 a.m. accident is
still under investigation by
the Milton Police
Department, who has not
returned calls seeking further
information on the accident.
Several questions still
surround the new ordinance,
but the biggest question is
who will pay.
The Press Gazette has
tried to contact various
insurance companies to see
if they would pay for a bill
submitted to them for this
fee.
All State spokesperson
Amy Moore replied with one
See FEE Page 5A


SR Commissioners


hear plea from


Escambia County


By BILL GAMBLING
bgamblin @srpressgazette.com
Escambia 'County
appeared to be brandishing
an olive branch Monday at
the Commission Committee
Meeting, but ended up get-
ting thrashed with it before
the morning was over.
Escambia County
Commissioner Greg
Valentino and other guests
appeared before the commis-
sioners to gain support for an
interlocal agreement to
establish the Northwest
Florida Regional
Transportation Finance
Authority.
This authority is being
looked at as a model and
means to help finance road
improvements.
"This is the first step in a
process to help, us jumpstart
the road programs in
Northwest Florida," said
Valentino, who created the
concept after meeting with
members of the Florida
Department of


Transportation. "We are
looking at Tier I and Tier II
infrastructure to help support
programs like the KC-45 and
be at the ready to do more if
necessary."
Florida Transportation
Secretary
Larr y
K elly
came out "
in support .
of this ' .
type of
program

commis-
sion.
"This
is a new Goodin
and inno-
vative idea and I support the
concept," said Kelly. "The
future of transportation in
Florida is part old world and
part new world, but we have
not quite figured it out.
"When it comes to fund-
ing available for the future it
is quite hard to hit a moving
See COUNTY Page 4A


DISCOVER THE AREA: * * *

:( PaCe COmpany is looking toward its future
A 8 By JENI SENTER on these studies this year, by Taminco in October of Belgium, it one of the
jsenter@srpressgazette.com some investment decisions, 2006. world's largest manufactur-
Navigate the Coast
Taminco is nearing the go/no go decisions. Our marketing strategy ers of methylamines, key
www EmeraldCoast.com com
oitelp n of several stud- "Some of these initia- with Taminco has changed building blocks for pharma-


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JI im Fletcher,
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ies involving growth and
showing a positive impact
for Santa Rosa County. The
positive trend in the growth
of the company could
include a possible increase in
its work force.
"We have. quite a bit of
studies nearing completion
that involve growth. It's very
promising right now and we
hope to have some decisions


tives may very well involve
some additional hiring," says
Taminco Engineering
Manager Millard Bonin.
Taminco currently has a
staff of 82 employees and
between 10 to 20 resident
contractors on site at any
given time.
Bonin says some
changes have occurred since
Air Products was acquired'


We are moving into forward
integration and branching
out into more products,"
Bonin said.
"Air Products focused
more on just selling the
methylamines, we
[Taminco] are trying to
move into also selling prod-
ucts that methylamines are.
used to make," says Bonin.
Taminco. based in


ceutical and chemical indus-
tries.
These chemicals are
used in herbicides, pesti-
cides, water treatment facili-
ties, animal feed additives,
and rubber processing.
Bonin says the same Air
Products employees were
kept and that Air Products
See BUSINESS Page 5A


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Community


SPEAK OUT


Sunday, 3:52 p.m.
Hi, this is Melissa. I
live and reside if the
downtown Milton area
and I love this area. After
being informed of the
impact fees I am curious
to know how many fine
entrepreneurs and busi-
ness owners we have
deterred by this fee. This
is a wonderful community
and area that continues to
grow. It is a shame that we
are being stunted by the
actions of our govern-
ment. I hope this doesn't
deter any other businesses
that want to come to this
area. Thank you.

Sunday, 10:41 a.m.
This is J.B. This is
concerning the new ordi-
nance that the Milton City
Council passed. I guess
this was not very brilliant
thinking on their part. I,
myself live in Pace and it
is just as close to
Pensacola as it is to
Milton. I guess now' I
have a reason to trade in
Pensacola.

Saturday, 3:45 p.m.
My wife has lived in
the Milton area all her life
and I have lived here for
45 years. We have four
grown children, spouses,
and.also grown grandchil-
dren who also live in the
Milton area. We try to do
our shopping in the
Milton area because of the
convenience and. friendly
merchants. We are safe
drivers. The new fees for
being involved in acci-
dents are outrageous. The
price of gas is out of
sight, but we will travel
out of the Milton area now
to do our shopping.
Thanks to the Press
Gazette for letting people
speak out. Norman, thank
you.

Saturday, 3:09 p.m.
I have some advice for


the school board which is
looking for ways to cut
spending.
Why not combine the
Middle School Director
and High School Director
positions since the Middle
School Director and the
secretary for the High
School Director are both
retiring. Currently just one
director takes care of 18
elementary schools and
two directors take care of
13 middle and high
schools. Plus secondary
directors have subject area
coordinators to assist
them. Perhaps now it is
time to look at cutting at
the district level instead of
the school level. Edie.

Saturday, 11:31 a.m.
Yes, this is John. I
want to call and complain
about the out of city resi-
dents fee for accidents in
the Milton area. It seems
to me there is no real con-
trol over how you are
charged and whether or
not you are actually
guilty.
I will avoid Milton at
all costs. I will absolutely
avoid you people and I am
just about to buy a new car,
but it won't be in Milton.

Friday, 9:48 a.m.
Yeah, this is Bill. I am
wondering why the
Sheriff's Department is
still allowing deputies to
take home their huge gas
guzzling patrol cars every
night. With the way gas
prices are, you would
think they would also be
looking to cut back and
savemoney for the taxpay-
ers of Santa Rosa County.
The extra boat patrols and
other divisions I think also
need to be closely looked
at and maybe cut back.
I think the sheriff's
department needs to do its
fair share to help the tax-
payers of Santa Rosa
County save money.


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


President gives



an "E" Award



to GB business


Gulf Breeze-based com-
pany will accept prestigious
award during Rose Garden
ceremony on May 20 at the
White House.
Separation Systems,
Inc., a manufacturer of gas.
chromatography equipment
located in Gulf Breeze, has
recently been chosen as a
recipient for the President's
"E" Award. Representatives
of the company will travel
to Washington, D.C. for an
awards presentation on May
20 at the White House.
The President's "E"
Award was created in 1961
by Executive Order "to
afford suitable recognition
to persons, firms, or organi-
zations which contribute
significantly in the effort to
increase United States
exports." Given annually to
a firm or organization that'
has made significant contri-
butions to the increase of
American exports, the
award is the highest such
honor that American firms
and organizations can
receive for export trade. ,
Adela Fernandez,
Separation System's Vice
President, was surprised
when she found out that her
company had been chosen
to receive the award. "I'm
still speechless, to be recog-
nized with such a select few


is a great honor," she said.
"For a small company, there
are many obstacles to over-
come in the international
market, but we have been
very fortunate to have the
support of various agencies
and organizations, such as
the. Department of
Commerce, Enterprise
Florida and TEAM Santa
Rosa, to help us achieve our
goals."
Fernandez cites trade
missions as a key in identify-
ing new markets and expand-
ing their clientele. "After
many unsuccessful attempts
to export on our own, we
were introduced to trade mis-
sions and immediately
became firm believers in
their value. They have
enabled us to strengthen our
relationships with our current
customers, while broadening
our reach to new markets."
Winners of the "E"
Award are authorized to fly
the blue and white banner,
to display the accompany-
ing certificate of commen-
dation, which is signed by
the Secretary of Commerce
in the name and issues with
the authority of the
President. Winners also may
wear and issue to employees
an "E" lapel pin, and to refer
to the award in their adver-
tising.


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The Greater Pensacola
Aquatic Club (GPAC), a non-
profit, parent-run swim organ-
ization, will be hosting its
annual Splash -for Cash
fundraiser on May 24 at the
University of West Florida
Aquatics Center' from 8:30
a.m. to 10:30 a.m. Over 100
GPAC swimmers ranging in
age from five to nineteen are
expected to be at the event to
raise over $15,000 for two
very worthy causes - GPAC
and Sacred Heart Children's
Hospital.
Swimmers spend two
weeks collecting pledges from
friends, family, and area busi-
nesses that sponsor them on a
per lap basis or with an out-
right gift. The day of the
event, the swimmers take to
the water, swimming as many
laps as they can in two hours.'
"It's not just about collect-
ing donations," says GPAC
Head Coach Head Phil Kraus.
"We want to encourage our
kids to put forth a real effort to
earn their pledges."
"Most of them will swim
200 hundred laps," says Kraus
of his team. "That's just under
three miles. They are strong
athletes, and they're inspired
to work hard for their team
and the kids at Sacred Heart
Children's Hospital. We are a
swim team, but our lessons
reach beyond the pool.
Through this event, the swim-
mers learn that hard work ben-
efits others as well as them-
selves."
Kraus' philosophy is
shared by others on the team.
"GPAC is a great organi-
zation and swimming is a fun,


healthy sport," says Theresa
Chmiel, Splash for Cash coor-
dinator. "This event is an
opportunity for GPAC to have
an impact on the community
and for our neighbors to learn
more about what GPAC has to
offer."
Chmiel encourages busi-
nesses to consider sponsoring
a swimmer or making a dona-
tion to the team. "If you're
interested in supporting GPAC
or Sacred Heart Hospital,
come out to the event and see
what it's all about. We can
always use extra volunteers to
count all those laps!"
Certainly 100 kids in a
pool swimming laps at the
same time can make quite a
splash.
If you would like to get
involved and help make a dif-
ference with GPAC and
Splash for Cash, contact Head
Coach Phil Kraus at (850)
484-1312 or at gpacswim-
coach@gmail.com. More
information is also available at
www.gpacswimteam,org.
GPAC is comprised of
nearly 160 swimmers coming
from as far as Alabama to par-
ticipate in its programs. It
emphasizes team building,
sportsmanship, and individual
achievement while teaching
proper technique and skills to
help build each athlete's abili-
ties and confidence.
Sacred Heart Children's
Hospital provides a wide
range of services to infants
and children across the Gulf
Coast, including the only
Level III Neonatal Intensive
Care Unit (NICU) in
Northwest Florida.


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Sheriff's Report


Santa Rosa County
Sheriff's Report from April
24 through May 5, 2008
Beam, Jr., Thomas M.;
Male; 44; 5 Hazel St.,
Porterdale, GA; Probation
Violation-Felony. 4/24/08
Crumpton, David
Christopher; Male; 17; 6038
Queens St., Milton;
Probation Violation-Felony
(2 cts.). 4/24/08
Moorer, Derrick Lamar;
Male; 26; 206 Sessions St.,
Milton; Possess Cocaine.
4/24/08
Mosley, Tina Kay-
Campbell; Female; 40; 4500
Gentry Farms Dr., Milton;
Larc-Theft is $300 or More
but Less Than $5000, Larc-
'Petit 1st Off (2 cts.), Forgery
of-Alter Public Record
Certificate Etc (2 cts.),
Fraud-Utter False
Instrument (2 cts.). 4/24/08
Reed, Derrick Dshaun;
Male; 25; 2650 Thousand
Oaks Dr., San Antonio, TX;
Probation Violation-Felony.
4/24/08
Shafer, Robert Hansen;
Male; 37; 8256 Punjob Rd.,
Milton; Battery-Domestic
Violence-Touch or Strike,
Possess Cocaine, Narcotic
Equip-Possess And or Use.
4/24/08
Soles., Christine Lee;
Female; 32; 1982 Truman
Dr., Navarre; Probation
Violation-Felony. 4/24/08 -
Tolbert, James Steve;
Male; 54; 6706 Ellis Rd.,
Jay; Probation Violation-
Felony. 4/24/08
Woods, Christine;
Female; 41; 6652 Raymond
Hobbs St., Milton; Grand
Theft of Vehicle. NDG
Moranto, Angela Maria;
Female; 41; 1410 14th
Court, Phoenix City, AL;
Larc-Over $300- Under
$5000. NDG
Rogers,, Michael Brett;
Male; 18; 2703 Billy Stone
Rd., Greenwood, MS;
Damage Prop-Crim Misch-
$200 and Under, Burgl-Of
Structure Conveyance
Unarmed WO Persons
Inside, Larc-Molest Coin
OPR Machine WIT Larceny
1st Off, Veh Theft-Grand 3rd
Degree. 4/24/08
Simmons, Russell
Edward; Male; 22; 4581
Davenport oLn., Pace;
Probation Violation-Felony.
4/24/08
Caudill, Carolyn
McConnell; Female; 45; 203
Navarre St., Gulf Breeze;
Probation Violation-Felony.
4/25/08
Johnson, Jereb Shane;
Male; 21; 2512 Meek St.,
Gulf Breeze; Robbery-By
Sudden Snatching WO
Firearm or Weapon. 4/27/08
Parks, Charles Farrell;
Male; 28; 4371 Burbank Dr.,
Milton, FL; Battery-Touch
or Strike, Burgl-With
Assault or Battery. 4/27/08
Perkins, Justin Levi
Eugene; Male; 23; 1258
College Ct., Gulf Breeze;
Battery-On Officer
Firefighter EMT Etc,
Damage Prop-Crim Misch-
$200 and Under, Resist
Officer-With Violence.
4/27/08
Rogers, Michael Brett;
Male; 18; 2703 Billy Stone
Rd., Greenwood, MS; Veh
Theft-Grand 3rd Degree,
Damage Prop-Crim Misch-
$1000 or More, Burglary-
Unoccupied ' Structure
Unarmed. 4/25/08
Scott, Eric Stephen;
Male; 43; 6711 Camelot Rd.,
Milton; Burglary-
Unoccupied Structure
Unarmed, Probation
Violation-Felony. 4/25/08
Smith, Alan Gregory;
Male; 44; 5232 Nimitz Rd.,
Milton; Nonmoving Traffic
Viol-Drive While Lic Susp
1st Off, Resist Officer-
Obstruct WO Violence,


Possess Cocaine, Narcotic
Equip-Possess and or Use.
4/25/08
Souffrant, Alexandra
NMN; Male; 21; 1499 NE
118th Terrace, Miami;
Possess Counterfeited Credit
Cards Two or More, Resist
Officer-Obstruct WO
Violence (2 cts.). 4/26/08
Matthews, Ralph Leon;
Male; 66; 5374 Black Gate
Rd., Milton; Probation
Violation for Felony
Offense. NDG
Thoni, Christopher
Thomas; Male; 45; 8 Allan
Rd., Ft. Walton Beach;
Probation Violation for
Felony Offense. NDG
Ferguson, John Ohara;
Male; 41; 13025 Munson
Hwy., Milton; Probation
Violation-Felony. NDG
Dumply, . Kyong I;
Female; 50; 4041 Longwood
Cir., Gulf Breeze; Agg.
Stalking. NDG
Allen, Sarah Elizabeth;
Female; 30; 6123 Curtis Rd.,
Pace; Resist Officer-
Obstruct WO Violence,
Obstructing Justice-
Intimidate Threaten Etc
Victim Witness Informant.
4/25/08
Anderson, Coty' J.;
Male; 11; 4637 Old
Guernsey Rd., Pace;
Damage Prop-Crim Mis'ch-
$200 and Under, Larc-Theft
is $300 or More but Less
Than $5000. 4/27/08
Burke, Travis
Benjamin; Male; 26; 4097
Roxies Ln., Pace; Drive
While License Susp 3rd or
Subsq Off. 4/26/08
Sharpless, Kiersten
Cheyenne; Female; 12; 2693
Hwy 4 Jay; Aggrav Asslt-W
Deadly Weapon Without
Intent to Kill, Possess of
Weapon on School Property.
4/25/08
Hart, Laurie Montez;
Female; 38; 5601 Derby Dr.,
Pace; Drive While Lic Susp
Habitual Offender. 4/27/08
Pilgrim, Haley
Elizabeth; Female; 19; 1258
College Ct., Gulf Breeze;
Aggrav Battery-Domestic
Violence-Cause Bodily
Harm or Disability. 4/27/08
Roof, Robert Lincoln;
Male; 27; 6440 Starfish Cv.,
Navarre; Weapon Offense-
Missile Into Dwelling Veh
Building or Aircraft,
Damage Prop-Crim Misch-
$200 and Under. 4/27/08
Alday, Donald Wade;
Male; 32; 8370 Billy Bob
Ln., Milton; DUI Alcohol or
Drugs 1st Off, DUI and
Damage Property. 4/27/08
Fain, Michael Allen;
Male; 63; 6265 East Bay
Blvd., Gulf Breeze; DUI
Alcohol or Drugs 1st Off.
4/27/08
Iernigan, Jason Miles;
Male; 27; 5891 Oglesby Rd.,
Milton; DUI and Damage
Property. 4/26/08
Parker, Timothy Gene;
Male; 38; 6536 Brock Ave.,
Milton; DUI Alcohol or
Drugs 2nd Off. 4/25/08
Parsons, Trevor Lynn;
Male; 28; 7316 Gordon
Evans Rd., Navarre; DUI
Alcohol or Drugs 1st Off.
4/26/08
Scully, Hafid
Aittoubella; Male; 42; 6653
Oak Cliff, Pensacola; DUI
Alcohol or Drugs 2nd Off.
4/26/08
Smith, Jeffrey Shane;
Male; 34; 5865 Senate Ct.,
Gulf Breeze; Drugs-Possess-
Cntrl Sub WO Prescription,
Marijuana-Possess Not
More Than 20 Grams,
Narcotic Equip-Possess and
or Use. 4/26/08
Pickard, Christopher
Theodore; Male; 18; 6422
Stanley Cir., Milton; Lewd
Lascv Behavior Victim 12
YOA Up To .16 YOA
Offender 18 YOA Older.
4/28/08


Hamm, Robert
McArthur; Male; 39; 4299
Wilkerson Bluff Rd., Holt;
Larc-Over $300 Under
$5000, Dealing in Stolen
Property. NDG
Davis Billie Lynn;
Female; 34; 4939
Community Cir., Milton;
Opium or Deriv-Traffic 4
Grams to Under 30
Kilograms. 4/28/08
Strader, Travis Lee;
Male; 18; 2955 Ranchette
Sq., Gulf Breeze; Burgl-
Dwelling Structure or
Conveyance Armed, Larc-
Theft is $300 or More But
Less Than $5000, Larc-
Grand of Firearm. 4/28/08
Todd, Randall Wayne;
Male; 16; 2987 Ranchette
Sq., Gulf Breeze; Burgl-
Dwelling Structure or
Conveyance Armed, Larc-
Theft is $300 or More But
Less Than $5000, Larc-
Grand of Firearm. 4/28/08
Campbell, Bobby;
Male; 50; 6571 Rosasco St.,
Milton; DUI Alcohol or
Drugs 4th or Subsq Offense,
Drive While Lic Susp
Habitual Offender. 4/29/08
Foster, Laura Michelle;
Female; 27; 4362 Stephens
Rd., Pace; Probation
Violation-Felony, Fraud.
4/29/08
, Kennedy, Urcila
Catress; Female; 31; 6232
Buckskin Dr., Milton; Arson
2nd Degree. 4/29/08
Lewis, Adam Lane;
Male; 26; 6286 Chinquapin
Rd., Milton; Marijuana-
Possess With Intent to Sell
Mfg or Deliver Schedule I,
Drugs-Possess Cntrl Sub
WO Prescription, Narcotic
Equip-Possess and or Use.
4/29/08
Martin, Jessica Lynn;
Female; 17; 3630 Diamond
St., Pace; Burgl-Structure
Conveyance Unarmed W
Person Inside, Larc-Petit 1st
Off. 4/29/08
Warren, Peggy Sue;
Female; 41; 10251 Pond
Rd., Milton; Probation
Violation-Felony. 4/29/08
Barberi, Lisa Tuck;
Female; 40; 1032 Pinetop
Ln., Cantonment; Larc-Theft
is $300 or More But Less
Than $5000, Larc-Petit 1st
Off (2 cts.), Fraud-Illeg Use
Credit Cards-Use More 2
Times 6 Months Obt Goods
Money $100 More (3 cts.).
4/30/08
Caudell, Shawn
Shannon; Male; 36; 5400
Tom Sawyer Rd., Pace;
Larc-Theft is $300 or More
but Less Than $5000,
Failure to Appear for Felony
Offense. 4/30/08
Dominici, Juliano Erik;
Male; 36; 7016 Pines Village
Ct., Milton; Larc-Petit 1st
Degree Property $100 to
Under $300, Forgery of-
Alter Public Record
Certificate Etc, Fraud-Utter
False Instrument. 4/30/08
Elry, Charles Anthony;
Male; 48; 510 Union St., Ft.
Walton Beach; Probation
Violation-Felony. 4/30/08
Howard, Darrius
Diviase; 'Male; 21; 1151
North Webster Dr.,
Pensacola; Probation
Violation-Felony. 4/30/08
Lainhart, Dean Bruno;
Male; 44; 1812 Eagle Bay
Ln., Navarre; Probation
Violation. 4/30/08
Q.neil, Deborah Ann;
Female; 42; 4207 Burbank
Dr., Milton; Drive While Lie
Susp 1st Off, Resist Officer-
Obstruct WO Violence,
Drugs-Possess Cntrl Sub
WO Prescription, Possess
Cocaine, Narcotic Equip-
Possess and or Use (2 cts.).
4/30/08
Stone, Henry Elliot;
Male; 50; 8707 John Hamm
Rd., Milton; Larc-Theft is
$300 or More But Less Than
$5000, Fraud-Utter False


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Bank Bill Note Check Draft,
Fraud-Poss False Bank Bill
Check Draft Note. 4/30/08
Tharp, Timothy
Devrim; Male; 23; 2299
Jeanie St., Navarre; Fraud-
Utter False Bank Bill Note
Check Draft, Larc-Theft is
$300 or More But Less Than
$5000. 4/30/08
Cider, Charles
Howard; Male; 15; 7629
Jamesville Rd., Pensacola;
Battery-On Detention Staff
Juv Prob Officer. 4/30/08
Driskell, Shawn
Lorraine; Female; 44; 5601
Collinswood Dr., Milton;
Dealing in Stolen Property.
4/30/08
Boda, Luther Samuel;
Male; 50; 3246 Santa Rosa
Dr., Gulf Breeze; DUI
Alcohol or Drugs 1st Off.
4/30/08
Brown, Lamarcus
Dontay; Male; 23; 2135
Schwab Ct., Pensacola;
Failure to Appear For
Felony Offense (2 cts.).
5/1/08
Cooley, Douglas Arron;
Male; 40; 3010 Byron
Cooley , Rd., Milton;
Probation .Violation-Felony.
5/1/08
Dean, Jason Anthony;
Male; 34; 3153 Linden Ave.,
Gulf Breeze; Larc-Grand
Theft $10,000 or More Less
Than $20,000 (2 cts.),
Fraud-Swindle Obtain
Property Under $20,000.
5/1/08
. Everett, Mary
Margaret; Female; 37; 5563
Bantola Dr., Milton; DUI
Alcohol or Drugs 1st Off.
5/1/08
May, Jr., Milton
Clarence; Male; 43;
Emerald Sands Hotel,
Milton; Cocaine-Possess
With Intent to Sell Mfg
Deliv 'Etc Schedule II.
5/1/08
McCormick, Joshua
Ramsey; Male; 22; 4332
Jernigan Rd., Pace; Drugs-
Deliv/Distr-Distribute
Listed Chemical for
Manufacture. 5/1/08
Williamson, Angela
Marie; Female; 37; 6444


Starfish Cv., Navarre; DUI
Alcohol or Drugs 1st Off.
5/1/08
Boone, Joshua Skyler;
Male; 26; 5378 Lone Star
Ln., Milton; Failure to
Appear for Felony Offense.
5/5/08
Bowman, Amanda Sue;
Female; 20; 33 Cape Dr., Ft.
Walton Beach; Probation
Violation-Felony. 5/5/08
Madsen, Jessica
Yvonne; Female; 22; 19
New Mexico Dr., Pensacola;
Resist Officer-Flee Attempt
to Elude Law Enforcement,
Aggrav Asslt On Officer
Firefighter EMT Etc. 5/5/08
Boccia, Karmen


Patricia; Female; 44; 6453
Maddox Rd., Milton;
Shoplifting-Petit From
Merchant 2nd or Subsq Off,
Drugs-Possess-Cntrl 'Sub
WO Prescription. 5/5/08
West, Raymon Gilbert;
Male; 43; 220 Cedar Tree
Ln., Cantonment; Attach
Registration License Plate
Not Assigned, Forgery of-
Alter License Plate
Validation Sticker, Drive
While License Susp
Habitual Offender. 5/5/08
Aaron, Dawn Marie;
Female; 30; 3908 Parkview
St., Pace; Poss Listed
Chemical W Intent to Mfg
Control Subs. NDG


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The reading and adoption of the following proposed Ordinance
by the Board of County Commissioners of Santa Rosa County,
is scheduled for 9:30 a.m., June 12, 2008, in the Commissioners
meeting room at the Administrative Complex, 6495 Caroline
Street, Milton, Florida.

AN ORDINANCE ESTABLISHING A DIRECT CONTROL AREA
FOR THE AREA DESCRIBED AS TUPELO LANE,
REQUIRING ANY ANIMAL IN THE DESIGNATED AREA
WHICH IS OFF THE PROPERTY OF ITS OWNER OR
PERSON RESPONSIBLE FOR SAID ANIMAL TO BE UNDER
DIRECT CONTROL OF SAID OWNER OR PERSON
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This Ordinance may be inspected by the public prior to the above
scheduled meeting at the Office of the Clerk of Courts, BOCC Sup-
port Services Department, 6495 Caroline Street, Milton, Florida. All
interested parties should take notice that if they decide to appeal
any decision made by the 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 the pro-
ceedings they are appealing exists and for such purpose they will
need to insure that a verbatim record of the proceeding is made,
which record shall include the testimony and the evidence upon
which their appeal is to be based. Interested parties may appear
at the meeting and be heard with respect to these proposed ordi-
nances.


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Wednesday-May 21, 2008


Santa Rosa's Press Gazette










Local



School board to discuss transportation


By JENI SENTER
jsenter@srpressgazette.com
The Santa Rosa
County School Board will
be holding a regular meet-
ing at the Canal Street
Boardroom on Thursday
at .3 p.m. On the agenda
for this month's meeting


is the approval of several
grants and contracts
regarding Head Start and
the Early Learning
Coalition for Santa Rosa
for Teenage Parent Child
Care Services and
requests for additional
funding to buy textbooks


for Benny Russell
Elementary School and
for an e-learning program
at the Adult High School.
Director of
Transportation for Santa
Rosa County Schools Joey
Harrell is expected to
make some transportation


recommendations at
Thursday's meeting.
There may be some addi-
tional discussions of next
year's three tier busing
plan.
Items on the agenda
regarding construction
and expansions include a


new press box at Jay High
School, four classroom
additions at Rhodes
Elementary, additions to
Navarre High School and
Woodlawn Beach Middle
School, and work on the
kitchen, cafeteria, music,
and ESE departments at


Gulf Breeze Elementary
School.
The Press Gazette will
follow the meeting and"
report on any develop-
ments in the next edition'
of the paper as well as"
online at
www.srpressgazette.com


Juveniles


Continued From Page One
Justice]. Due. to budget
cuts, the offense must be
serious for them [DJJ] to
hold them. Things like
crimes against a person,
sexual battery, or armed
crimes. There is a score-
card. used to determine
whether the child will be
detained or released to
their parents. They just
aren't holding them like
before; it all depends on
the score sheet. They
have to score so many
points to be held," says
Gunn.
Chief Probation
Officer at the Pensacola
Juvenile Justice
Detention Center Paul
Wallace says the proper
name for the scoring sys-
tem is the Detention Risk
Assessment Instrument.
"This tool allows the per-
son doing the screening to
determine whether the
juvenile can be detained.
Past criminal history is
taken. into consideration,
as well as the seriousness
and nature of the crime,
and whether there are any
Judicial orders pending.


Certain felonies qualify a
juvenile for immediate
detainment," says
Wallace.
"When a kid is arrest-
ed, they are placed on
some sort of security sta-
tus, on home monitoring,
into their parents' care,
and so on. Then, theywill
see the judge within 24
hours to determine if they
will be detained [in a
facility] until they have
an arraignment hearing.
From there, there will
either be a trial or adjudi-
catory hearing and then a
sentencing or disposition
hearing," says Wallace.
The general consensus
of all law enforcement
officials contacted was
that each case is different
based on the criminal his-
tory as well as other fac-
tors. Each decision is
made individually, but the
process is being affected
by budget cuts. Choices
have to be made and
sometimes the choice is
to do what is cost effi-
cient while still trying to
protect the public from
these child criminals.


County


Continued From Page One
target, but with any idea
there are going to be pros
and cons."
The concept currently
calls for Escambia, Santa
Rosa, Okaloosa, and
Walton counties to form the
finance authority, which
would serve as a bonding
type agent for the dollars
available.
But Escambia has not
always been a favorable
partner when 'it comes to
road projects.
"Dealing with
Escambia County is like
being in an abusive rela-
tionship," said
Commissioner . Gordon
Goodin. "You tell us you
won't do it again, but why
should we believe you and
come back for more.
"Escambia County has
not been a very good part-
ner since I have been on the
commission. I don't have
enough warm fuzzy feel-


ings to support a program
like this with Escambia
County as a partner."
Some of Goodin's
issues dealt with Escambia
pulling out of a plan to
make improvements to
Highway 98 and taking
with them the $6-million
planned towards the project
as well as trying to help the
beach residents get a free
simple title in the Navarre
area.
But Goodin wasn't the
only one questioning the
commitment when Santa
Rosa County doesn't have
a funding source for roads
like Escambia does.
Commissioner Don
Salter had issue with the
payment of any shortfall on
the bonding issue.
"We don't have a one-
cent tax for roads like
Escambia County does and
you can't obligate what you
don't have," said Salter.
"We are looking at being


obligated for a shortfall
and if something like that
happened today then we
would have to start closing
buildings and impacting
other services."
The major key compo-
nent all the commissioners
wanted was for the state to
step up and make their
commitment and meet their
obligation.
"I want to see no obli-
gation county to county, no
shifting of funds, -and no
back but by the state legis-
lature," said Commissioner
Bob Cole.
Valentino noted the
authority would have more
buying and dealing, power
as a group than they would
individuals, but most of the
worries were the state
doing their job and taking
care of their roads.
"Is this going to be
another way for the state to
shift more responsibilities
onto the counties like they


did in the 1980's," Goodin -
wondered out loud. "If this
is the model they are look-
ing for then I definitely
don't want to streamline it
for them."
Upon further discus-
sion and the possible com-"
mitments financially
involved, the commission-
ers wanted Santa Rosa,
County Attorney Tom'
Danheiser to .look the
agreement over and they -
are planning on addressing.-
the issue again in July.
On Thursday the com-
missioners are looking at a
possible proposal of ways
to help the bird nesting'
issues on the Navarre-
,Causeway.
The concerns center"
around the Black Skimmers
and other birds that have'
used this area for nesting
purposes, but are being-
injured by the speed some -
vehicles travel to and from
the island.


Pace

Continued From Page One,
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Fee


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word, "No!"
Other insurance compa-
nies would not respond to'
messages or didn't have an
answer since this is a fairly
new subject to them.
Apparently this is some-
thing that is looked at on a
case-by-case basis to see if
the fee being charged is
considered reasonable.
The fee itself is for non-
Milton city residents who
are determined to be at fault
in the accident.
But just the thought of
being charged a fee for an
accident has caused some to
complain.
"We have received
some phone calls about
this," said Donna Tucker,
Executive Director for the
Santa Rosa County
Chamber' of Commerce.
"On the phone it is hard to
tell how upset they are, but
the people who have called
expressed a concern about
driving to downtown.
"Another thing is when
they make their comments
you have to wonder are they
serious or just mad. But I
also have some concerns
about the tourists."
According to the ordi-
nance,-which passed by a 7-
1 vote, failure to pay the fee
or file an appeal within 30
day would result in the
assessed costs of attorney
fees in collection of the fee.
The ordinance also states
if a minor is involved in an
accident and their parents do
not pay city taxes then the
parent or guardian of the
minor will be ultimately
responsible for the fee.
- Milton's new fee even
came up at Monday's
Committee Meeting of the
Santa Rosa County
Commissioners.


"I know the economy is
bad for everyone," said
Wilbur Courtney. "But if
they want to do this then a
Milton or Gulf Breeze resi-
dent who needs the sheriff
or fire services should have
to pay $400 for each.
"I know that times are
tough with the economy and
all, but this is just ridicu-
lous."
Courtney's comments
sparked some response
about a recent proclamation
the county received.
"We just got a procla-
mation from the City of
Milton not to cut aid to
municipalities and then they
go and do something like
this," said Commissioner
Bob Cole.
Those dollars collected
from this fee will be placed
in to a fund and' used to pay
for the operating and main-
taining of vehicles, equip-
ment and facilities used by
the city to provide police
and emergency services.
According to the fees
established, the police fee
would be $235 per accident,
while the fire/rescue fee
would be set at $300 per
accident. When this is
billed, each separate bill
would include a $50 service
charge, so an accident
involving the police and fire
response would equal $635.
When asked who would
be responsible for this fee,
city attorney Roy Andrews
clarified the situation.
"The person who is
deemed to be responsible
for the accident would be
billed and in most cases
their insurance usually
pays," said Andrews. "We
will have a special master
established if a person dis-
agrees with the charge or
they were at fault with the


An accident scene like this one at the intersection of Highway 90 and Dogwood Drive not only ties up traffic, but could become
very expensive if the driver is from outside the city of Milton and is found to be responsible for the accident. Milton passed a
new ordinance establishing user fees for police and emergency services.
Press Gazette photo by Bill Gamblin


accident."
Currently Milton Police
Chief Greg Brand explained
about 10 different cities in
the state of Florida are
using this method to help
generate revenue to cover
the expenses of a police
department.
"I see it as recovering
cost, from non-city resi-
dents," said Brand. "Fire
services have been doing
this for a long time and
police departments are
starting to wake up the last
couple of years."


The City of Gulf Breeze
is joining Milton in estab-
lishing these fees for their
area and both communities
will be working together
when it comes to billing and
if all goes well they will
offer these billing services
to other communities estab-
lishing the same type of fees
with each city splitting the
profits.
- Rough estimates of the
fees and costs implemented
could have Milton collec-
tion between $75,000 and
$100,000 in a year.


Business


Continued From Page One
actually still shares the
plant with Taminco.
"Safety was the highest
priority with Air Products
and I am happy to say that
it is also the highest priori-
ty with Taminco.
"We are enjoying a
very excellent safety
record. We have worked
over 850 days since our
last reported injury and our
contractors are at well over
1,000 days with no
injuries," says Bonin.
Taminco continues to
reach out to the communi-
ty. Bonih says there is a
current partnership with,
Taminco and the
University of West Florida


Art School in an effort to
show the connection
between Art and
Chemistry.
Bonin points out the
large water tower on the
site as he explains, "As
you leave [the plant] you
can see our water tank out
here has a little yellow
[paint] on it. We are work-
ing with some UWF art
students and what we are
trying to show is that -we
have a very close tie to art.
Chemistry is really an art
form. When we come up
with new chemicals and
chemical processes, we
'have to start out by draw-
ing the molecules.
"The students are


always interested to see
that in order to create
something with chemistry,
you have to utilize art,"
says Bonin.
Taminco is having an
open house to present the
creative work of 'Art and
Chemistry.'
According to the invi-
tation to' the Open House,
"The relationship between
art and the science of
chemistry is not readily
obvious. However, when
examined *more closely-
examined more scientifi-
cally and more artistically-
the scientist and the artist
have often been found to
be one and the same."
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UNCLE JOE BARKER
. * Few individuals today enjoy the privilege of
1,i:. * living to be a hundred. It takes a special breed,
someone with tenacity, purpose, character, and
;" great spiritual values. But with all of those and
.. more, there's little wonder that "Uncle Joe"
Barker is in the running.

He's a hundred now, and really a remarkable
individual. His mental responses, physical
alertness, fascinating memory, and ability to
communicate puts him in a seemingly much
,. . younger group than one who is more than a
hundred years young.

. 7 .. ' A native of Alabama, Uncle Joe is a product of a
" ' L rural, farm family growing up in the early 1900s
S . prior to the Great Depression. He says he remem-
S, bers those years vividly, hard years, as he recalls,
Years that few who did not experience them could
readily appreciate. But times were different then,
and so were the people: strong willed, more
dependent upon one another, more trustful and
. _ . |with a stronger spiritual affiliation than people
e Barker now days, Uncle Joe says.


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He moved to Milton in 1930, his final 24 years of a career spent working for the
Florida Department of Transportation. The secret to his longevity? "Just having a good
time and living a good, clean life, and of course, being in church," he says. He spent
his last birthday at Ferris Hill Baptist Church where he enjoys being a charter member.

It's people like Uncle Joe who inspire us, instill in us the strong character traits, and
give us a greater appreciation for the work ethic, and the glorious inspiration of enjoy-
ing one another and our careers. We salute him as a pillar of the community, a "salt of
the earth" type of individual who continues to be strong even with age and adversity.
He's our type of role model, and we wish him the best of everything!.




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Santa Rosa's Press Gazette


Wednesday-May 21, 2008







Jim Fletcher, Publisher
Caol Bmes, Office Manager
Bill Gamblin, Editor


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6A Wednesday, May 21, 2008 The Santa Rosa Press Gazette Milton, Florida


OUR VIEW


King Solomon,


where are you?

Where is King Solomon when you need him?
We're facing some dire times in Milton. Some residents
feel the welcome mat to this tiny hamlet, which also serves
as the county seat, has been yanked from under their feet.
Things are getting tough all over and we the pinch is
being felt everywhere, including the bureaucratic system on
which we have become dependant for services like police,
fire, water, gas, sewer, and much more.
The rub? As the need for dollars continues to grow at an
exponential rate, what you get for that same dollar shrinks.
Cities like Milton are trying to find creative ways to
balance the budget without hitting their residents in the wal-
let.
Last week, municipal leaders in Milton passed an ordi-
nance establishing a police and emergency service response
user fee.
This sounds great if you are a resident of Milton-you
don't have to pay the fee if you're involved'in an accident
and it is deemed to be your fault.
But here is the interesting fact many might not realize,
94 percent of the people in Santa Rosa live outside of the
three incorporated areas of Milton, Gulf Breeze and Jay.
That might not be so good for county residents. We
have been unable to find a single insurance company will-
ing to cover the fee.
You guessed it. So, the fee may be something to think
about as you drive the streets of Milton. Get in an accident
deemed to be your fault and you'll be facing. along with the
deductible, Milton's fee.
To put the final tally in perspective and accident, if you
are a non-city resident and are deem "at fault" you'll be
forced to pay your deductible plus the fee. If you have a
$500 deductible, for example, this could top $1,100 out of
your pocket.
Ouch!
You see, many municipalities-including Milton-have
already extended "city services" to non-city residents. In the
light of hard economic times, what can municipalities do to
pay for these services?
One word that appears to be taboo is "annexation."
If you get city water, city gas, and other services such
as sewer, then why not just become part of the city? The
only thing you are not doing is paying taxes.
Isn't that the rub most of the council members brought
up when this ordinance was first considered?
Cities once made good money selling water, natural gas,
and other utilities. So, they often opted to extend these serv-
ices beyond their boundaries. But as times have changed,
and these services are no longer the "cash cow" they once
were, municipalities find themselves boxed in.
This latest "fee" has not been an easy thing for anyone
including the city council. Still, it is the option they chose.
Now some county residents would rather go to
Pensacola to shop and have become very vocal about this
despite the rising gas costs. This could also be seen as quite
unfriendly to tourists. If someone comes to visit our area,
gets in an accident and is hit with this fee, we're sure they'll
wonder what type of money-grab this area has cooked up.
In the end, it could hurt the local business people who
are making an investment in Milton and it could put the
efforts of revitalizing downtown in question.
Frankly, we can see both sides of the issue, but wonder
what you, our readers have to say on the matter.
We invite you to give us your ideas on how the city can
meet the need of its budget for services like police and fire
services.
Let us know your ideas with a letter to the editor or you
can call our speak out line at 623-5887.
If you have more or two sentences to say, it would be
better to write the letter.
But we want to hear from you and King Solomon, too,
if he's out there.


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By Jason Salzman
Democrats have been whining
for years that the presumptive
Republican Presidential nominee,
Sen. John McCain of Arizona,
gets favorable treatment from
journalists. They say McCain's
reputation for being an independ-
ent-minded politician is a media
construction, fueled by reporters
who like McCain and are there-
fore willing to overlook flaws,
gaffes, and inconsistencies that
would sink the careers of other
politicians.
Their evidence? First, they
point out that McCain's breaks
with the Republican Party have
been few and far between-in
contrast to what his reputation
would have you believe. His crit-
ics say that journalists jump all
over a high-profile McCain defec-


tion from the Republican P, on an
issue like campaign finance
reform. But when they report such
a defection, they rarely point out
that he has also achieved high
rankings throughout his career by
organizations like the American
Conservative Union. The
Christian Coalition of America
gave him an 83 percent ranking in
2007, for example.
Critics also claim that
McCain's scandals, most notably
his support of corrupt business-
men during the Savings and Loan
Crisis, are mentioned far less fre-
quently by reporters than the high
notes of his career, like his brave
service in Vietnam.
McCain's flip-flops, as evi-
denced for example in his 180-
degree change of heart on
President Bush's tax cuts, don't


get the same coverage that his
"independent" positions, critics
say. Other examples of issues on
which McCain's position has seri-
ously changed as he's campaigned
for the Republican nomination
include gay marriage, ethanolsub-
sidies, and abortion rights.
None of these arguments, and
others like them, is new. And they
certainly add up to a persuasive
case that McCain isn't the "mav-
erick" he presents himself as. But
are journalists really responsible
for the widespread perception that
John McCain is a maverick?
A new book, Free Ride: John
McCain and the Media convinced
me that journalistic failures have
indeed fueled serious misconcep-
tions. The book reviews McCain's
consistent conservative record,
which won't surprise anyone


who's followed him over the
years. Neither will the compilation
of astonishing quotes by journal-
ists praising his authenticity.
But where the book breaks
new ground is illuminating in
detail what reporters from
McCain's home state of Arizona
think about him.
Their experience, chronicled
in the Free Ride, provides con-
vincing evidence that national
journalists have been too kind.
Brock and Waldman quote the
former publisher and editor of the
Arizona Republic, who says
McCain "cannot endure criti-
cism," "controls by fear," and is
consumedd by self-importance."
Jason Salzman is the author of
Making the News: A Guide for
Nonprofits and Activists, and board
chair of Rocky Mountain Media.


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Community


Fanning the flames
of Flamenco
Come learn Flamenco, a
vivid and passionate Spanish
dance form that stirs the
- blood and lets spirits soar.
The Pensacola Junior
r-College Continuing
Education dance class is
10:30 a.m. to noon
Saturday, May 24-July 26,
at the Pensacola campus.
Cost is $50 per student.
The roots of Flamenco
can be traced back for cen-
turies. Born from the expres-
sion of a persecuted people,
most notably, the Gypsies of
Southern Spain, it's a unique
blend of influences and
musical complexity.
Flamenco exists in three
forms: el cante, the song; el
baile, the dance; and la gui-
tarra, the guitar playing. In
this class, students learn the
Sevillana style - an old folk
dance performed by couples
of all ages and sexes, often
by whole families, during
celebrations.
Register at any PJC cam-
, pus or , online at
, www.pjc.edu/ContinuingEd
; ucation.
:' For more information,
call 484-1797.

Clean Community
now on the Web
Thanks to the donation
of services from Web-Me-
.Now.com, the Santa Rosa
SClean Community System


now has a home on the
World Wide Web. People
can see the new site at
www.srclean.org. The site
explains the myriad of pro-
grams of the system, how to
get involved in programs and
acts as a clearinghouse for
environmental information
within the county. Programs
such as Green-Up Santa
Rosa, the Rivers and Coastal
Clean-Up, Adopt-A-Spot,
the Recycle Santa Rosa pro-
gram and much more are
explained in detail.

City Hall closed
for Memorial Day
City Hall will be closed
to allow employees to
observe the Memorial Day
holiday on Monday, May 26,
2008.
Garbage routes will be
picked up as follows:
1. Monday garbage route
picked up on Tuesday
2. Tuesday garbage route
picked up on Wednesday
3. Thursday & Friday
garbage pick up will be as
scheduled
4. Yard debris will be
picked up as scheduled
above
City Hall's Public Works
desk and accounting window
will resume operation on
Tuesday, May 27, 2008 at
7:30 a.m.
All public works emer-
gencies will be handled as
for regular weekends by call-
ing 983-5400.


Monthly Coalition
Meeting
The Early Learning
Coalition of Santa Rosa
County will hold the May
22, 2008 board meeting at
the Santa Rosa Community
Schools building, 6658 Park
Avenue in Milton. (Located
on the campus of Milton
High School in the same
building with the Milton
Child Care Center.) The
Executive and Finance
Committees will meet at
9:00 a.m. followed by the
full Board meeting at 10:00
a.m.
All meetings are open to
the public.
For more information,
call 850-916-5422.

West Florida
Baptist Church
sponsors camp
Kamp Karuso, spon-
sored by West Florida
Baptist Church, will be held
June 9th through August 8th
for ages 3 to 12. There will
be lots of fun for everyone.
For more information,
call 623-9306.

Workforce
Escarosa Job Fair
In an effort to curb local
area unemployment,
Workforce Escarosa is spon-
soring the first major Job
Fair this year in the Milton


Area. The event will be held
on Thursday, May 29 at the
Santa Rosa Auditorium at
Hwy. 90 and Avalon Blvd.
across from the Kmart
Shopping Center from 10
a.m. to 3 p.m.
Over 35 major local and
regional employers will fea-
ture jobs in industrial, tech-
nical, office administration,
construction, healthcare, and
customer service. This event
is free to the public and job
seekers are encouraged to
dress for immediate inter-
views and bring plenty of
resumes.
For more information or
to register as an employer,
contact Workforce Escarosa
in Pensacola at 595-5200 or
Milton at 983-5325.

Promotion and
new assignment
announced
Major Philip C. Hicks,
USAF current Commander
of the 821 Support Squadron
Unit 82501, Bldg 461 at
Thule Air Force Base in
Greenland was selected to
promote to Lieutenant
Colonel (0-5).
Major Hicks' new.
assignment is to report to the
Joint Forces Command in
June, 2008 at Suffolk,
Virginia. Major Hicks is the
son of CDR Martha and
Frank Hicks of Milton,
Florida.


Registration begins for metamorphosis


at your local library, area teens invited


Registration began May
. 19 for area teens to partici-
,pate in Metamorphosis @
Your Library. The insect-
themed program will include
obne week of special events at
each library, awards for read-
ing, and showcases new titles
,that await readers at local
Santa Rosa County Libraries.
Teens currently in mid-
dle or high school can regis-
ter to participate in
"Metamorphosis @ Your
Library at
www.santarosa.fl.gov/librari
es. Participants are encour-
aged to read an average of 15
minutes a day between June
8 and August 1. Those who
'keep an online record of min-
utes read and submit at least
one online book review will


Santa Rosa County
7.. "Library System


receive a paperback book
and coupon to a local restau-
rant. Prizes increase as min-
utes read and reviews
increase.
The Santa Rosa County
Library System's
Metamorphosis @ Your
Library teen summer library
program is sponsored by
local Friends of the Library
groups; Gulf Breeze Pizza
Hut; Gulf Breeze Sonic; the
Dogwood Drive Pizza Hut in
Milton; Milton Whataburger;
Oops Alley; Pensacola
Pelicans; Ridge Cinema 8;


Steve Douglas, State Farm
Insurance; and Tiki Island
Golf & Games. If your busi-
ness is interested in provid-
ing prizes for this program,
please contact Natasha
Godwin, Library
Coordinator - Special
Services at 623-2043.
Metamorphosis @
Your Library Program
Schedule
Time: 4 p.m.
Dates: June 9-12 at
Gulf Breeze, Jay, and Milton
Libraries
June 16-19 at Navarre


Santa Rosa County births


Ashley N. Mullins &
Stephen L. Evans II, a son,
Trenten Reid Evans, born
Wednesday, April 23, 2008.
Brandi E. Palanjian &
-?Gary W. Pittman, a son,
Slade Brian Joshua
Pittman, born Friday, April
25, 2008.
Stephanie F. Cowart &
David J. Lawler, a daugh-
'ter, Rayne Marishka
Lawyer, born Wednesday,
April 30, 2008.
Kristen & Jeremiah
Wright, a son, Jeremiah
Bryson Wright, born
Wednesday, April 30, 2008.
Jennifer & Robert
Johnson, Jr., a daughter,
Jessica Lacey Johnson,
born Wednesday, April 30,


2008.
Mary & Melvin
Coolbaugh, a daughter,
Colby Grace Coolbaugh,
born Friday, May 2, 2008.
Julie & Warren Mills, a
daughter, Kaylee Alyssa
Mills, born Sunday, May 4,
2008.
Lana Creech & Joseph
Johnson, a daughter, Syria
Serenity Johnson, born
Monday, May 5, 2008.
Jennifer Trawick &
Lloyd Walther, a son,
Michael Cole Walther,
born Tuesday, May 6,
2008.
Lacy & Jason Howard,
a son, Carson Maximus
Howard, born Wednesday,
May 7, 2008.


Melissa & Bobby King,
a daughter, Keira Brooke
King, born Wednesday,
May 7, 2008.
Tiffany Dallas-Penn &
Michael Penn, a son,
Micah Gabriel Penn, born
Wednesday, May 7, 2008.
Michelle Dye, a daugh-
ter, Samantha Renee Dye,
born Wednesday, May 7,
2008.
Sherrie & Jonathan
Lichtenwalner, a son,
Caleb Stephen
Lichtenwalner. born
Wednesday, May 7, 2008.
Ruth J. & William E.
Seaman, IV, a daughter,
Brianna Gabrielle
Seaman, born Monday,
May 12, 2008.


and Pace Libraries
Monday- Showing of
Arachnophobia produced by
Steven Spielberg (Rated PG-13)
Tuesday- Presentation by
bug expert
Wednesday- Bug "Fear
Factor" Challenge and
Games
Thursday- Online Bug
Activities


Miller named to
Dean's List
Matthew Miller of Jay
was named to the Dean's
List at the Savannah College
of Art and Design in
Savannah, GA for winter
quarter 2008. Full-time
undergraduate students who
earn a grade point average of
3.5 or above for the quarter
received recognition on the
dean's list. Miller is a Visual
Effects major.

Alumni
Association
sponsors radiothon
The J. B. Turner and T.
R. Jackson Alumni
Association is sponsoring a
radiothon hosted by Robert
Hill and WRNE radio station
from Pensacola.
There will be BBQ, fish
dinners, fish sandwiches,
and drinks for sale, soft ball
games and much more.
Bring your lawn chairs and
enjoy the festivities!
Proceeds will be used for the
memorial of the late princi-
pal, T. R. Jackson. Come
one, come all!


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Santa Rosa's Press Gazette


Wednesday-May 21, 2008


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Business Review


Santa Rosa Medical Center and Dr.


Maged Nashed, a team supporting


patients suffering from kidney diseases


By OBIE CRAIN
ocrain@srpressgazette.comrn
Without the resource of
specialty physicians like Dr.
Maged Nashed, who excels
in areas of kidney diseases,
Santa Rosa Medical Center
in Milton would have diffi-
culty maintaining its superi-
ority as one of the area's
leading medical facilities.
Dr. Nashed, who is affil-
iated with a number of other
nephrologists in the practice
at Pensacola Nephrology,
maintains offices adjacent to
the 'Santa Rosa Medical
Center's Medical Office
Building at 5934 Berryhill
Medical Park Drive, Suite I.
He, his associates, and sup-
port staff specialize in kid-
ney diseases, hypertension,
transplant follow-up, and
dialysis for both inpatients
and outpatients. A dialysis
unit is situated next door to
his Milton offices.
.Dr. Nashed graduated
from Alexandria Medical
School in Egypt in 1980 and
came to the United States in
1983, completing his
Internal Medicine Residence
Program at Atlantic City
Medical Center in New
Jersey and his Kidney
Fellowship at Wayne State
University in Detroit,
Michigan. He received his
Board Certification in
Internal Medicine in 1989, in
Nephrology in 1992, (with
recertification in 2004), and
in Geriatrics in 1994.
He practiced
Nephrology in Rhode Island
for 13 years and to his credit
i as nominated as one of the
best 17 1 doctors in that state.
But there comes a time
when even doctors look for
greater horizons, and this
area was fortunate to have
engaged Dr. Nashed's seri-
ous attention after his niece


and then her brother chose to
attend Pensacola Christian
College. ""Every time we
visited, we found we like the
area more and more, and of
course being tired of the cold
weather up north, we decid-
ed we would relocate here,"
Dr. Nashed said.
Arriving in the
Panhandle during the hurri-
cane season of 2994, Dr.
Nashed and his family were
rudely greeted by Hurricane
Ivan which caused extensive
damage to their Pace home,
taking away the roof of their
Wood Springs residence.
Incidentally, his family
spend the night of the storm
on the first floor of the hos-
pital.
But the family had
already fallen in love with
the area, and Dr. Nashed said
they liked the area "...no
matter what!" Thus he
storm's unkind reception
was not sufficient to over-
shadow the roots they had
established and. the commit-
ment they had made to live
in and enjoy "...one of the
greatest communities along
the gulf coast."
Although an Egyptian
citizen, Dr. Nashed says he
has adjusted well to this
area, and most excellently to
the American way of life. Of
course he would, consider-
ing that he will have been a
resident here for 25 years
come November of this year.
And there's no mistak-
ing his positive reaction to
the Panhandle area. "I like
the people here and get along
with them very well," he
said. "We have a great rap-
port. They are exceedingly
kind and considerate and
have been very receptive to
me and my family."
Dr. Nashed and wife
Erin two children, Samuel,


Nr


m.


Dr. Maged Nashed, who excells in areas of kidney diseases, is one of the specialty physicians who helps Santa Rosa Medical *
Center in Milton maintain its superiority as one of the area's leading medical facilities.
10, and Elizabeth 7. He is this time, and he is fully cre- Sacred Heart Hospital, immediate area.
dedicated to his work and dentialed in those areas of Baptist Hospital, Select One would think that Dii.
looks on it as a labor of love Nephrology, Internal Specialty Hospital, Gulf Nashed would have little"
in addition to a career. He's Medicine, and related areas. Breeze Hospital, Fresenius time for his reading "habit,"
an avid reader and remem- His office number is (850) Medical Care Dialysis but the Reader's Digest is.
ber's early on how he 623-4771. Center and Devita Dialysis. still available. And we bet'
enjoyed the Reader's Digest. He has staff privileges at Comprehensive service (medical journals notwith-.
Dr. Nashed is accepting Santa Rosa Medical Center, areas such as this make him standing) it's at the top of his
new patients and referrals at West Florida Hospital, universally available in the subscription list!


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iMilton Women's Club new officers

The GFWC Milton Woman's Club, Inc. held their annual installation of officers during the regular monthly meeting on May
:,8 at the Milton Clubhouse. Sharlene Cox, Florida Federation of Women's Clubs District 1 Director, installed the following
,"officers for the 2008-2010 year: President, Paula Lou Mapoles (until May 2009); 1st Vice President, Debbie Mclnnis
0(assumes President in May 2009); 2nd Vice President, Anthea Amos; Recording Secretary, Janet Rothbart; Corresponding
jSecretary, Cecile Stephens; Treasurer, Pam Mitchell; and Parliamentarian, Kitty Grafton. The Club works throughout the
f year on a variety of projects in six departments - Art, Education, Conservation, Home Life, International Affairs and Public
.Affairs. For more information on how you can become a member of this very active community organization, please phone
Mapoles at 626-9567 or Mclnnis at 623-8174. The club will resume regular monthly meetings in September.


Experts 1

In honor of National
Stroke Awareness Month,
Shcred Heart's Regional
Stroke Center will be hold-
itg "Evening with the
IExperts: Stroke Awareness
Night" on Thursday, May
29 from 6 p.m.,to 8 p.m. in
the Greenhut Auditorium
oi Sacred Heart Hospital's
main campus in Pensacola.
The night will feature a
free catered dinner and
four talks .on stroke topics,
followed by a panel discus-
sion with the presenters.
. Topics include:
Stroke Signs and
Symptoms - presented by


to discuss stroke awareness


Dr. Terry Neill, critical
care neurologist and med-
ical director of the Sacred
Heart Regional Stroke
Center'
Stroke-Specific
Rehabilitation - presented
by Sacred Heart Home
Care
Healthy Diet, Healthy
Life - presented by Casey
Hefferly, registered dietician
Financial Costs of
Stroke - presented by Pat
O'Shea, long-term care
insurance consultant,
Genworth Financial
In addition, free stroke
health screenings -will be


available from 4 p.m. -
5:30 p.m., including blood
pressure, stroke risk
assessments, vital signs,
and body mass index
(BMI), as well as coupons
for free blood sugar and
total cholesterol screen-
ings. The night will also
include door prizes and
health information from a
variety 'of Sacred Heart
services.
As seating is limited,
please call (850) 416-1600
to register, weekdays from
8 a.m. - 7 p.m.
Sacred Heart's
Regional Stroke Center it


the top-rated stroke center
'in Northwest Florida. It is a
Certified Primary Stroke
Center, as designated by
the Joint Commission on
Accreditation of
Healthcare Organizations.
Achievement of certifica-
tion signifies that Sacred
Heart's Stroke Center has
the critical elements need-
ed to achieve long-term
success in improving out-
comes.
For more information,
please call Sacred Heart at
(850) 416-7000 or visit our
website at www.sacred-
heart.org.


Tips fc

.. A new year started 5
months ago and most people
made a resolution to improve
themselves or their lives in"
some way. Unfortunately, a lot
ofthese same folks don't have
a plan to help them reach their
new goals. One of the chief
complaints is not having
enough energy to get moving
in the first place. They know
that exercise will actually help
increase energy levels, but
getting out of bed or off the
couch in the first place can be
challenge. Joan Pleuss, reg-
istered dietitian with TOPS
(Take Off Pounds Sensibly),
has some relatively simple
steps anyone can take to get
more pep in their step:
Lose excess pounds. It
takes more energy to carry
excess weight. A great first
step is to join TOPS and fol-
low their guidelines to
increase activity and eat a
healthy balance of food.
- Get enough sleep on a
consistent schedule. Adults


)r keeping on


should try to get at least eight
hours. Going to bed and get-
ting up in the morning at the
same time every day estab-
lishes a pattern, which makes
it easier to schedule exercise
to jump start the day.
Drink plenty of water.
Feeling rundown can be
attributed to not being proper-
ly hydrated. Water also creates
feelings of fullness, which can
help reduce unhealthy snack-,
ing.
Eat breakfast. After going
so many hours without food,
bodies need fuel and that
means breakfast. It's also
worthy to note that those who
eat breakfast tend to .lose
more weight and maintain
that loss longer than those
who don't.
Get moving. Moderate
exercise makes the heart
pump faster and harder, which
increases cardiovascular
health, which leads to
increased energy.
"Making resolutions to


get healthy is a positive way to
begin a new year, but getting
run-down is easy," said
Pleuss. "By joining a local
TOPS chapter and taking sen-
sible steps toward a healthy
lifestyle, the weight will drop
and energy levels will rise."
To find a local chapter,
visit www.tops.org or call
TOPS Headquarters at 800-
932-8677.
TOPS Club, Inc. (Take Off
Pounds Sensibly) is a power-
ful, nonprofit, noncommercial
weight-loss support organiza-
tion with thousands of associ-
ate chapters in the United
States and Canada. Members
(about 200,000 worldwide),
learn about nutrition, portion
control, food planning, exer-
cise, and more, in weekly
meetings. Weigh-ins, group
feedback, and support help
members achieve their goals.
TOPS is the original weight
loss organization and its
International Headquarters is
located in Milwaukee, WI.


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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 our online tax certificate sale. You may
access information regarding this sale on our web site of www.robertmcclure.com.
This is your Santa Rosa County Tax Collector's second year of conducting the
certificate sale online. This auction method is beneficial
to both property owners and bidders. Bidders are cur-
rently able to place bids via the internet 24 hours a day
until the sale closes at 9 a.m. on Friday, May 30th. The A
online sale benefits property owners because the inter-
est rate accruing on their delinquent taxes is more com- " '
petitive and therefore oftentimes lower due to an
increased number of bidders. The unique facet of this
auction is that bids are placed not by dollars, but rather
by interest rates. Also, it is considered a reverse auc-
tion as the lowest interest rate bid, as opposed to the
highest, is awarded the certificate. Bidding begins at the maximum interest rate
as allowed by law of 18% and proceeds downward in .25% increments. Last year
there were 4,175 certificates sold at an average interest rate of 4.12% representing
$4,854,029.12 of gross taxes. Be sure to visit our web site of
www.robertmcclure.com for additional details about the tax certificate sale and
procedures for registering as a bidder. 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. i


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Professional, personal skin care of all types for men and women now available in your neighborhood-


By OBIE CRAIN
ocrain@srpressgazette.com

If you thought for a
moment that you had to go
out of town to secure the best
available personal and profes-
sional high-tech skin care and
related treatment in the
world, how lucky you are to
be wrong!
In fact, for the past five
years the services of Jan
Davis Skin Care Clinic have
been available "almost next
door" at 3637 Highway 90,
just a hop, skip,.and jump (if
you aren't nimble in identify-
ing with street numbers) east
of and on the same side as
Chet's Seafood Restaurant.
,Prior to opening her own
business, Jan trained and
worked at About Face
Therapeutic Skin Care Clinic
in Ft. Walton Beach and
Mark Lees Skin Care in
Pensacola. In 2000 she
parterned with Dr. Karanbir
Gill to open the Laser Hair
Removal Clinic located at
5190 Bayou Blvd. in
Pensacola. Also, in 2000, she
started her own business
offering her skin care and
electrolysis services in
Milton. She rented a small
room from Mary Hester at
Guys and Dolls, Hair Salon
on Stewart Street. Mary, her
staff, and clients embraced
Jan and the services she
offered. Many of her clients
are quick to point out that
they have been with her since
she opened her first location
in Milton. Due to the fact that.
she had Milton, Pace, and
Pensacola clients, Jan decided
to move business to Town
Plaza in Pace where she was
located for two years prior to
moving to the present loca-
tion.
Effective June 1, Jan will
be parterning with Aqua
Bella Fitness and Day Spa to
provide a more convenient
location for Milton residents
to enjoy the benefits of her
skin care services. Aqua Bella


is located at 5900 Berryhill
Road, (two blocks west of
Santa Rosa Medical Center.)
The phone number is 626-
2627.
The comprehensive vari-
ety of specialized services
that Jan Davis has brought
together under one roof will
certainly impress if not aston-
ish you once you become
aware of them.
Deep cleaning glycolic
treatments and microder-
mabrasion are two of the spe-
cialties available at the Jan
Davis Skin Care Clinic.
The deep cleansing gly-
colic treatment consists Qf a
restorative treatment for all
skin types showing the signs
of aging, acne scaring, or dis-
coloration. Based upon your
skin analysis, a treatment will
be individualized to your
skin's needs. It will remove
the dead skin cells exposing
new, fresh skin to the surface.
Proper cleansing, exfoliation
using glycolic acid, extrac-
tions, appropriate mask, and a
relaxing soothing neck and
shoulder massage are includ-
ed.
" Microdermabrasion, on
the other hand, is a popular
procedure designed to
improve skin tone and tex-
ture, diminish skin imperfec-
tions, and give your skin a
more youthful appearance,"
Jan said.
She went on to explain
that the process of cell
renewal exfoliationn) is a nat-
ural process that slows with
age. Uniform cell removal of
the superficial dead cells
thickens the epidermis,
increases the production of
new cells, and encourages the
production of collagen and
elastin.
"Microdermabrasion
leaves your skin smooth and
clean with a slight redness
that fades quickly.
Blackheads are loosened,
whiteheads become unsur-
faced, and hyperpigmentation
lightens," Jan continued, "and


Nestled upon a shady lot on the south side of Highway 90 in Pace (3637 Highway 90), the Jan Davis Skin Care Clinic is as
inviting on the outside as it is indoors where a host of comprehensive skin care and other personal services is available to
clients. Jan has achieved the art of bringing the environment indoors for the relaxation of clients who associate comfort with
their treatments. Professional skin care facilities, nail salon, hair salon, and massage therapy are all available. Male clients are
welcomed also. (Photo by Obie Crain.)


acne scars, enlarged pores,
and epidermal wrinkles
become less prominent as
blood, containing oxygen and
nutrients, is drawn to the sur-
face to feed and repair cells."
Permanently removing
hair from any area of the
body using laser or electroly-
sis is also a specialty offered
at the clinic. There is no
charge for a confidential con-
sultation.
The professional aspects
of such a business as Jan
Davis Skin Care and Laser
Hair Removal clinic are
somewhat complex and
require extensive training and
licensing, especially in light
of today's stringent compe-
tency applications. Jan is a
Nationally Certified Medical
Electrologist.
And although Jan's quali-
fications and experience
place her at the head of her
class in her field, she brings a


more compelling energy to
her business: a passion, if you
will, that infused in her
efforts, translates into a high-
er, results-oriented process.
But if you think this is the
extent of the comprehensive
services you'll find at Jan
Davis Skin Care Clinic,
you'll just have to expand
your horizons! There's decid-
edly more!
The Nail Salon (at 994-
8205), The Hair Salon (at
994-8816), and the Massage
Therapists available are com-
plimentary services that fit in
well under the Next-to-One-
Stop destination for personal
care at Jan Davis Skin Care
Clinic. Two Massage
Therapists (at 994-8820) are
available for your conven-
ience.
And just a reminder that
Jan's clinic services are
equal-gender clinic based.
That, of course, means that


men are as welcome as
women, and the number who
are taking advantage of these
services are quite interesting.
As stated on the website:
"Skin Care for Men and
Women."
As far as the physical
location goes, Jan says she
doesn't think she could have
found a more desirable one.
Situated on a spacious lot in
an original residence that has
since been remodeled into
tailor-made service areas, she
says she has been especially
mindful of the esthetics of the
building and its location.
The environment plays a
great role in the relaxation
process connected with her
services, she says, and no
effort has been spared in an
attempt to bring the soothing
outdoors into contact with the
treatment areas. Bright, airy,
and almost wall to wall win-
dows in the hair and nail


salons bring her clients closer,
to the lure of nature as they '-
experience their treatments in',
these comfortable settings.
Easily accessible, the
building has plenty of park-
ing with many shaded areas.
There's not adequate
space to amplify the comfort
of the location and the
detailed extent of the services'
available at Jan Davis Skin
Care Clinic where treatments
are reasonably priced.
Visit them on the web at
www.jandavisskincareclinic.com
for an overall view of what
they have to offer. For specif-
ic questions or appointments,.
call the clinic at 994-8820.
You'll never realize what
you've been missing until.
you experience the pleasure,
the relaxation, and the per-
sonal pampering you'll
receive in their care.


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May 21, 2008
Section B


Area All-Stars


named for


future games


By BILL GAMBLING
sports @srpressgazette.com
The Pensacola Sports
Association and the
Pensacola Pelicans continue
the Pensacola Sports
Association High School
All-Star Game. Series on
May 27at Pelicans Park,
located on the University of
West Florida campus.
All-star high school sen-
iors from Escambia County
will again battle all-stars
from Santa Rosa and
Okaloosa Counties schools
in games supported by a
grant from the .Pensacola
Sports Association
Foundation.
The baseball and softball
games will start at 6:00 P.M.
on adjoining fields.
Coaches for this year's
games for the East side will
be Andy Smith of
Choctawhatchee (baseball)
and Lauris Joyner of Navarre
(softball) they will be facing
the West squads led by
Pensacola Catholic's
Richard LaBounty (baseball)
and Tate's Melinda Wyatt
(softball).
The baseball roster for
the east team will feature
eight local players including
Brandt Hendricks (Jay),
Daniel Quinn (Pace), Boone
Shear (Pace), Chad Baxley
(Pace), T.J. King (Central),
T.J. Roche (Milton), Kyle
Whitfield (Milton), Caleb
Stewart (Milton).
In softball the east quad
will feature six Lady Patriots
and one Lady Panther.
Representing the local
area from Pace will be Katy
Neal, Kristen Joiner,
Brittany Dowdle, Kira Orr,
Lizzie Gunter, and
McKenzie Vaughn, while
Crystal Clark will represent
Milton.
Neal will also be repre-
senting Pace on the West
Squad in the Panhandle
Baseball/Softball All-Star
Classic at Home Countty
High School tomorrow.
The Panhandle All-Star
Classic will get underway at
7 p.m. in Bonifay.
The West team will be
coached by Crestview Head


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Pace's Katy Neal will have a
very busy next few days as the
University of South Alabama
commitment will play in the
Panhandle All-Star game on
Thursday in Bonifay and the
PSA All-Star game at Pelican
Park on the campus of UWF
this Tuesday.
Press Gazette file photo
Coach Bruce Hubbs.
Neal is the only player
from the Santa Rosa County
area to be named to either
team.
Jay and Central did not
have any players named to
the softball All-Star squad.
Tickets to the PSA All-
Star game can be purchased
� at the gate or in advance by
contacting the Pensacola
Pelicans or the Pensacola
Sports Association.


It was a long and busy weekend at the Futbol Santa Rosa Soccer Complex as teams participated in the Florida Youth Soccer
Association State Championship. Over 700 players from across Florida and their families particiapted in this two day event.
Despite the recent nice weather it was rather hot when it came to playing soccer and some players did anything they could
to stay cool or just relax.
Press Gazette photos by Bill Gamblin



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Several golfers turned out for the VFW Golf Scramble Saturday afternoon at
Stonebrook Golf and Country Club in Milton.
Press Gazette photos by Bill Gamblin







Wednesday-May 21, 2008


Santa Rosa's Press Gazette

Sports


F - V -R-


This report represents
some events the Florida
Fish and Wildlife
Conservation Commission
(FWC) handled over the
past week; however,; it does
not include all actions taken
by the Division of Law
Enforcement from May 9
through May 15.

ESCAMBIA COUNTY

Officer Keith Clark
found a boat that had been
dumped on a local charity
organization's property in
Escambia County. While
speaking with an individual
at the dumpsite, he learned
that the vessel was seen a
few days earlier at a nearby
piece of property that was
for sale. Officer Clark
spoke to the realtor and dis-
covered that a cleaning
company was paid to clean
the property. Officer Clark
was able to track down the
owner of the cleaning com-
pany, who admitted his
workers dumped the vessel.
Officer Clark, plans to get a
warrant issued for the viola-
tion later this week.

On May 11, Officers
Keith Clark, Sarah Hahner
and Andy Maltais respond-
ed to a boating accident at
Quiet Water Beach. The
accident occurred when two
rental personal watercrafts
(PWC) collided head on.
Three individuals were
injured. Two of the indi-
viduals were taken to the
hospital by helicopter. The
operator of one of the ves-
sels was initially listed in
critical condition. She


. received internal injuries,
including a lacerated liver
and kidneys. Her cheek- ,
bone was also fractured.
The passenger on the same
PWC suffered a broken arm
in eight places. She was
also admitted to the hospital
and will require surgery.
The operator of the second
PWC was discharged from
the hospital with minor
injuries. Lt. Doug
Berryman was contacted
and is currently completing
the accident report.

On May 13, Officers Pat
Roush and Kenneth
Manning were working, in
the Perdido Key area. They
checked a vessel and dis-
covered two. individuals
who were in possession of
two' undersized red drum.
A citation was issued for the
violation.

SANTA ROSA COUNTY

On May 8, Officers Joe
Murphy and David
Jernigan, along with Lt. Dan
Hahr, responded to a com-
plaint of a deer attacking a
child. The. officers
observed the deer in the area
and saw that it was wearing
an orange dog collar. The
deer had apparently been
kept in a cage at a nearby
residence. The deer, a year
and a half old buck, was
running loose in the neigh-
borhood, and when a
4?year?old child went to pet
it, the deer raised up on its
back legs and struck the
child on the head and back
with its hooves. The
child's mother was nearby


and chased the deer off,
receiving several blows
from the deer's hooves in
the process. Neither the
child nor mother was seri-
ously injured, although the
child had bumps on her
head. The owner of the res-
idence was contacted and
admitted to raising the deer
from a fawn. He was cited
for maintaining wildlife in a
manner that resulted in a
threat to the public.

FRANKLIN COUNTY

On May 7, at approxi-
mately 1 a.m., Officer Faris
Livesay inspected a small
Jon boat with. one subject
aboard in Lanark. A fish-
eries inspection revealed
possession of 20 flounder.
A further inspection of the'
subject's vehicle revealed
nine more'flounder. A cita-
tion was issued for posses-
sion of over the bag limit
and ,a warping was .issued
for seven undersized floun-
der.

On May 8, at approxi-
mately 9:20 p.m., Officers
Michael Slotin and Faris
Livesay were on patrol in
Eastpoint when they
observed an oyster boat
heading into Fred's Central
Seafood. A fisheries inspec-
tion revealed possession of
105 undersized oysters, with
no saltwater products
license, Apalachicola har-
/vesting license, dr oyster
tags. They were also in pos-
session of oyster tongs on the
bay at night. The vessel had
numerous safety violations.
A citation was issued.


Sports


Free Tennis Camp: A
free tennis clinic maring the
19th Annual Tennis Across
America Month will be held
May 24 at the PJC Campus
in Pensacola and May 31 at
NAS Pensacola.
Light refreshments will
be available and rackets are
available for loan.
This camp is to promote
tennis as a fun and healthy
activity.
For more information
call 623-2911.
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 sec-
ond 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 play-
ers.
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 them-
selves hitting, fielding, and
throwing.
For more information
call the baseball office as
983-5600, ext. 143.
Milton Summer School
Registration: Milton High
School will have summer
school registration on 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 summer
school is $75.
For more information
contact Milton High School
at 983-5600.
Futbol Club'of Santa
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Rosa Soccer Summer Camp
Director of Coaching Louie
Sahin will be holding -two
summer camp sessions. The
dates are:
Session #1 - June 9-12
U8-U12 8am-10:30am
U13-U18 5:30pm-8pm
Session #2 July 28-31
U8-12 8am-10:30am
.U13-U18 5:30pm-8pm
The cost of the sessions
are $100.00, registrations
forms and further informa-
tion are available at the
FCSR office and
www.fcsantarosa.com.
Horse Camp
Scholarship: The Happy
Hoofer Horse Camp is offer-
ing students from Santa
Rosa County an opportunity
to apply for a free spot at at
their summer horse camp.
Applicants must submit a
one-page, hand written essay
on 'What Horses Mean to
Me."
Boys and girls ages 6 to
16 are eligible and essay are
due by May 20. j
Essays need to be
mailed to 9448 Redland Rd.
in Milton, 32538.
For more information e-
mail horsecamp@bell-
south.net.
Kids athletic camps:
Pensacola Junior College
will be holding kids athlet-
ic camps.
"FUN"damentals Kids'
Basketball Camp, for girls
entering grades 3-7, is
8:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. June 2-
5 at the Pensacola campus.
Cost is $75. For more
information, contact
Coach Chanda Rigby at
4 8 4, - 1 3 3 1 ,
crigby@pjc.edu.
Lady Pirate Basketball
Camp, a high-intensity
skills camp for girls enter-
ing grades 7-12, is 9 a.m.
to 3 p.m. June 9-11 at the
Pensacola campus. Cost is
$75. For more informa-
tion, contact Coach
Chanda Rigby at 484-
1331, crigby@pjc.edu.
Boy's Basketball
Camp, a fundamental
skills camp for rising
third-graders through
ninth-graders, is 8 a.m. to
4 p.m. June 23-26 at the
Pensacola campus.. Cost is
$100 with lunch, $80 with-
out. For more information,
contact Coach Paul
Swanson at 484-1303,
pswanson@pjc.edu.
PJC Volleyball Camp
for Girls is 8:30 a.m. to
noon July 14-17 at the PJC
Milton campus. Cost is $85
per camper and includes a
camp T-shirt, notebook and
DVD of campers doing
drills. For more informa-
tion, contact Coach Pete
Pena at 484-1344,
ppena@pjc.edu.
Championship - Softball
Camp, for girls ages 7 to
girls entering 12th grade, is
8:30 a.m. to noon July 21-
24 at the PJC Softball
Complex on the Milton
campus. Cost is $80 per
camper and includes a camp
T-shirt. Campers must bring
their own gloves. For more


information, contact Coach
Brenda Pena at 484-1332,
bpena@pjc.edu.
To register, contact the
individual coaches or call
484-1304. -
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.
Pace Library Sports
Raffle. Friends of the Pace
Libaray will be raffling off
various sports itmes to add a
children's activity room to
the Pace Library.
Some of the items you
could win include a Eli
Manning signed Giants
football, an Emmitt Smith
signed Cowboys helmet, a
Travis Fryman signed base-
ball, Boo Weekley signed
hat and picture, .Haley
Millsaps signed hat and pic-
ture, Danny Woerffle signed
mini-helmets, and much
more.
Ticket sales are under-
way for $10 each or six for
$50. The raffle ends Nov.
29.
Stetson University
Hoops Camp: Derek
Waugh/Stetson
University Boy's
Basketball Camp from
June 22 to August 6.
Five different
camps are being
offered covering indi-
vidual skills, shooting,
and position.
For dates and more
information you can
contact Stetson
University at 386-822-
8101 or visit them on
the web at www.stet-
son.edu/hoopscamp.
Central Florida
Fastpitch Camp:
Central Florida
University is holding
three different fast-
pitch softball camps.
These camps will
run frm June 8 t.o June
19 and cover pitch-
ing / catching ,
.offense/defense. and a
general day camp.
For more information
on this camp call 407-823-
4298 or visit them on the
web at www.cen-
tralfloridafastpitchcamp.com

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found at
www.srpressgazette.com.
Look for the box called
'Things to Do'.
There you can check on
activities by zip code or
activity. And you are also
more than welcome to enter
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Stephanie Leavins in concert
Stephanie Leavins will be in concert on Sunday, May 25
@ 11 a.m. at Cobbtown Holiness Church in Jay, FL.
Pastor Jim Lassiter extends a warm and friendly wel-
come to everyone.
For more information call 675-6715 or 626-0696.

Plant birthday celebration
Family and friends of Buford Plant are invited to join in
the celebration of his 90th birthday on Saturday, May 31
from 2-4 p.m. in the fellowship hall of Bagdad First
Assembly of God. No gifts please.


CUMC celebrates Homecoming!
The Christ United Methodist Church is inviting all to
come celebrate the history of their church on Homecoming
Sunday, May 25 at 9:30 a.m. Former Pastor, Mike Roberts
will be preaching and a dinner will follow after the services.
Bring a side dish, vegetable or dessert.

Chumuckla UMC opens coffee shop
We are starting up a coffee house over in Pace. It will be
a safe place where teenagers and college students can hang
out, talk, play games and listen to area bands. We are a cof-
fee house geared towards older high schoolers/college
kids/career folk. We aren't opened everyday, unfortunately,
but check our site for opening times.
We're here to talk, listen, pray, and answer any ques-
tions. We'll have coffee, teas & baked goods for sale.
Proceeds from sales of coffee/baked goods go towards mis-,
sions and wells in Africa.
This is a not-for-profit event. If your band or you/guitar
is interested in performing, please contact our college minis-
ter, Jenny Hurd at 994-5608.
Grand Opening is being held for HeBrews Coffee
House, Friday, May 30 from 5 to 8 p.m. at the First United
Methodist Church of Pace, 4540 Chumuckla Hwy. in Pace.
Call (850) 994-5608 for more information or contact
www.myspace.com/hebrewsjavahouse


"Whoso offereth praise glorifieth me: and to him
that ordereth his conversation aright will I shew
the salvation of God." - Psalm 50:23


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Hwy. 90, East Milton, FL.

New Life Baptist Church
Loren Aderhold will be preaching Sunday, May 25, 2008
at 10:30 a.m. at New Life Baptist Church.
Please come hear one of our newly appointed North
American Missionaries.


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Matheny gradu-
ates EOD Phase I
Course
Army Pfc. Christopher
F. Matheny has graduated
from Phase I of the
Explosive Ordnance
Disposal (EOD) course at
Redstone Arsenal,
Huntsville, Ala.
The course is designed
to train the soldier to detect,
identify and disarm non-
nuclear explosive ordnance,
and assist with disposal of
munitions and explosive
devices, fuels and oxidizers;
assist in detecting, research-
ing, and identifying chemical
and biological agents; locate,
gain access, and dispose of
buried ordnance, land mines,


and other explosive devices.
The student received the
skills and knowledge
required to understand fun-
damentals of basic electron-
ics, maintenance and use of
EOD tools and kits, and haz-
ardous material transporta-
tion procedures.
Matheny is the son of
Walter F. and Pamela L.
Matheny of Shell Road,
Milton, Fla.
He is a 2006 graduate of
Pace High School, Fla.

Swafford gradu-
ates BCT
Army Pvt. Brenda D.
Swafford has graduated from
basic combat training at Fort
Jackson, Columbia, SC.


During the nine weeks
of training, the soldier stud-
ied the Army mission, histo-
ry, tradition and core values,
physical fitness, and
received instruction and
practice in basic combat
skills, military weapons,
chemical warfare and bayo-
net training, drill and cere-
mony, marching, rifle marks-
manship, armed and
unarmed combat, map read-
ing, field tactics, military
courtesy, military justice sys-
tem, basic first aid, foot
marches, and field training
exercises.
She is the daughter of
Carol Johnson of Deer Lane,
Navarre, FL.


Lewis joins Army
through DEP
Nathaniel V. Lewis has
joined the United States
Army under the Delayed
Entry Program. The program
gives young men and women
the opportunity to delay
entering active duty for up to
one year.
The enlistment gives the
new soldier the option to
learn a new skill, travel and
become eligible to receive as
much as $50,000 toward a
college education. After
completion of basic military
training, soldiers receive
advanced individual training
in their career job specialty
prior to being assigned to
their first permanent duty


station.
The recruit qualifies for
a $21,000 enlistment bonus.
Lewis will report to Fort
Benning, Columbus, GA, for
basic training in July 2008.
He is the son of Ward
and Lani Lewis of Quail
Roost Drive, Navarre, Fla.


Cabana joins
Army DEP
Sarah M. Cabana has
joined the United States
Army under the Delayed
Entry Program. The program
gives young men and women
the opportunity to delay
entering active duty for up to
one year.
The enlistment gives the


new soldier the option to
learn a new skill, travel and
become eligible to receive as
much as $50,000 toward a
college education. After
completion of basic military
training, soldiers receive
advanced individual training
in their career job specialty
prior to being assigned to
their first permanent duty
station.
The recruit qualifies for
a $40,000 enlistment bonus.
Cabana reported to Fort
Jackson, Columbia, SC, .for
basic training recently.
She is the daughter of
Fernando and Tammy
Cabana of Leon Lane, Pace,
Fla.

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ple originate? My church teaches that some races are infe-
rior and we should have nothing to do with them." H.G. -
Milton
Dear H.G.,
Genetically all the races are made of the same "stuff."
Many sociologists are in agreement that there are really
only Three distinct races of mankind; Black, Caucasian
and Oriental. Granted, there are many more Cultures and
genetically induced shades of skin color than these three
races, but there are only three distinct races.
There are several theories as to the specific origin of
the races. One of them is that when God created Adam and
Eve, they were actually a light brownish color with all the
information in their genetic pool to eventually, through
many years of reproducing, establish the currently known
races. Of course, you must consider that everything start-
ed over again after the flood with just Noah and his
descendents. Therefore, Noah obviously contained the
same genetic information common to mankind as his
descendents began to repopulate the earth.
Another theory is that the 'mark' that God put upon
Cain was the origins of the black race. I think this is a ludi-
crous attempt to justify racism by improperly interpreting
God's word.
The other theory that is popular concerns the account
of the Tower of Babel, found in Genesis 11. Perhaps with
the scattering of people and the confusion of the lan-
guages, also came racial distinctions. The Bible does not
SAY that, however, so I doubt if this is the case.
But here is what we do KNOW from the scriptures.
Racism and making distinctions among people
because of skin color alone is SIN.
All mankind came from one human being. (Genesis)
We are ALL of the same blood. (Acts 17)
One of the primary reasons for us being here is to
learn how to LOVE. (Matthew 22:37-40) What a better
way than to have to live with and love all kinds of people
who are not "like we are."
Dear H.G., I would encourage you to find a church
that loves PEOPLE, regardless of their skin color. To hate
another person because they are not of a certain race is
simply sin and will carry with it serious consequences.

Carl Gallups is the Pastor of Hickory Hammock Baptist Church. in Milton. He has a Bachelor
of Science degree from Florida State University, and a Master of Divinity from The New Orleans
Baptist Theological Seminary. He has been pastor of HHBC since 1987. He serves as an
International Youth Evangelist for the Southern Baptist Convention preaching all over the U.S. and
Canada. For more information about HHBC, call 623-8959 or 626-8951, fax:623-0197. If you have
any questions for Ask The Preacher, send it to: Ask The Preacher, Hickory Hammock Baptist
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1130 - Adoptions
1140 - Happy Ads
1150 - Personals
1160 - Lost
1170 - Found





Legal 5/513
Notice of Sale
Henry and Judy Griffin 6731
Trammel Drive Milton, Florida,
intends to offer for sale a
14-foot x 76-foot, Venture Man-
ufacturing Company mobile
home VIN#
M1 FIdAF072513875.
The owner of the mobile home
is Lisa Renee Emmons whose
last known address was 11244
Fisher Old Mill Road, Milton,
Santa Rosa County, Florida.
The location of the public sale
will be held at 6715 Trammel
Drive Milton, Florida, on May
29, M008, a 11:00 a.m.


The sole will be conducted by
Mark Autrey, auctioneer. The
terms and conditions governing
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 $500. This sale is
to be "without reserve." The
Seller reserves the right to bid
on said mobile home. The
Seller reserves the right to
change the terms and condi-
tions of this sale.
Prior to sale, this mobile home
will be located at 6715 Tram-
mel Drive Milton Florida
whereby it may be inspected
between the hours of 8:00 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
been scheduled pursuant to no-
tice served on Lisa Renee
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Legal 5/517
IN THE CIRCUIT OF T
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, II
FOR SANTA
COUNTY FLORIDA
GENERAL JURISDI
DIVISION
CASE NO: 07-00144
COUNTRYWIDE
LOANS INC.
PLAINTIFF
VS.
ALLEN J. VISE A/K/A
JEFF VISE ET AL
DEFENDANTS)
NOTICE OF ACTION
STRUCTION SERVICE
TO: ALLEN J. VISEJ
ALLEN JEFF VISE*
KNOWN SPOUSE
LEN J. VISE A/K/A
JEFF VISE, IF ANY wh
idence is 15 PORT
WAY, PENSACOLA, FL


mmons mae to e caret and who is evading s
Pam Rice, 11244 Fisher Old process and the unkn
Mill Road, Milton, Florida, pendants y bs
32583. More than 15 days heirs devisees w rate
have elapsed since the notice ignees, lienors, credit
was mailed and the property re- gees, andallarties clai
mains abandoned interest by, through, u
Dated this 9th day of May against Defen dant
2008. alive, and all parties ha
JACK LOCKLIN JR claiming to have any ri
Attorney for Henry and Judy scribed in the mrpgag
Griffin forelediherein
LOCKLIN, JONES & SABA, PA. forecosed herein.
6460 Justice Avenue YOU ARE HEREBY
Milton, Florida 32570 FlED that an action to f
051408 ra mortgage on the fo
052108 property:
5/513 A LEASEHOLD INTER


AND TO LOT 22, BLOCK A,
HOMEPORT, A PLANNED
HE 1ST UNIT DEVELOPMENT, AC-
AND CORDING TO THE' PLAT
R D THEREOF, AS RECORDED IN
OS PLAT BOOK 13, AT PAGE 86
ACTION OF THE PUBLIC RECORDS OF
ESCAMBIA COUNTY, FLOR-
44CA IDA AND RECORDED IN PLAT
BOOK E AT PAGE 14 OF THE
HOME PUBLIC RECORDS OF SANTA
ROSA FLORIDA, NOW LYING
AND BEING IN SANTA ROSA
COUNTY, FLORIDA UNDER
AND BY VIRTUE OF THAT CER-
ALLEN TAIN LEASE AGREEMENT
LL DATED 5/4/88 RECORDED
IN OFFICIAL RECORDS BOOK
2551, PAGE 814 AND ANY
CON- AND ALL AMENDMENTS
THERETO ALL OF THE PUBLIC
RECORDS OF SANTA ROSA
A/K/A COUNTY, FLORIDA.
2 has been filed against you and
ALLEN you are required to serve a
s LE copy ofyour written defenses if
hOYL anyone DAVID J. STERN, ES.
32502 Plaintiff's attorney whose ad-
32502. dress is 900 South Pine Island
rice of d., Ste 400, Plantation, FL
wn de- 33t24 June 23, 2008, (no
swne- later than 30 days from the date
houses, of the first publication of this
ees, as- Notice of Action) and file the
irs, trus- original with the Clerk of this
ndng an Court either before service on
(s) who Plaintiff's attorney or immedi-
dead ofatelv thereafter; otherwise a de-
vin o ul will be entered against you
n or for the relief demanded in the
ert complaint or petition filed
e I elng here.
WITNESS my hand and the seal
NOTI- of this Court at SANTA ROSA
orelose County, Florida, this 8 day of
allowing May, 2008.
MARY M. JOHNSON
EST IN CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT
COURT


CIRCUIT COURT SEAL i::>Ad ,i :i i I' -,
BY: BRANDY NORRIS T "T sii:i -
DEPUTY CLERK i i.., -
THIS NOTICE SHALL E . -, :., :, I .,,
LISHED ONCE A W EEt I . 1 i 1- :t ,: :L 1-,,:1:
TWO CONSECUTIVE WEEKS. contact: Rainbow Title & Lien,
IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE
AMERICANS WITH DISABILI- *ALL AUCTIONS ARE HELD
TIES ACT persons with disabili- WITH RESERVE*
ties needing a special accom-
modation should contact Some of the vehicles may have
COURT ADMINISTRATION, at been released prior to auction.
the SANTA ROSA County,


Courthouse at
1-800-955-8771 TDD) or
1-800-955-8770, via Florida
Relay Service.
LAW OFFICES OF DAVID J.
STERN P.A.
ATTORNEY FOR PLAINTIFF
900 South Pine Island Rd., Ste
400
Plantation, FL 33324
052108
052808
5/517


Legal 5/535
NOTICE OF SALE
Rainbow Title & Lien, Inc. will
sell at Public Sale at Auction the
following? vehicles to satis lien
pursuan to Chapter 713.78 of
Phe Florida Statutes on June 05,
2008 at 10 A.M.
*AUCTION WILL OCCUR
WHERE EACH VEHICLE IS
LOCATED'
2001 JEEP, VIN#
1J4GW48S01C550030


PETS & ANIMALS
2100 - Pets
2110 - Pets: Free to
Good Home
2120 - Pet Supplies
2130 - Farm Animals/


LIC # AB0001256 Supplies
052108 2140 - Pets/Livestock
052108 Wanted
5/535 2150 - Pot Memorials 3



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1130 - Auctions
1140 - Baby Items
1150 - Building Supplies
1160 - Business
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1170 - Collectibles
1180 - Computers
1190 - Electronics
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3220 - Furniture
3230 - Garage/Yard Sales
3240 - Guns
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3270 - Jewelry/Clothing
3280 - Machinery/
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3290 - Medical Equipment
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*Sidewalks All Phases of
Concrete*Concrete Re-
moval Residential & Com-
mercial.
Free Estimates.
(850)554-4107



Judy Simms
Quality Care
Homemaker and
Companion
6055 Doctors Park Road
Milton, FL 32570
Licensed and Insured.
*Serving Santa Rosa and
Escambia Counties.
*Available for private
pay clients who need
someone dependable
and honest to assist
in their home.
*Also, for in-home care
givers who need relief
from care giving.
For more information,
please call
850-791-1494/
850-791-1967.
Fax number
850-623-6794



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


Coker's Lawn &
Tractor Service
From trimming to tractor
work. Clean-ups, raking,
hauling, mowing,
bushhoggmg dirt work.
Reasonable rates,
free estimates.
850)623-0493
850)485-7977
licensed & Insured.
Greenmile Lawn
Tractor Service
& Land Clearing
Complete lawn mainTe-
nace. Debris clean-up, lot
prep, bushhogging,
hauling,Spring clean-up.
free Estimates
850-626-8288
Licensed & Insured
K & N Lawn
Service
*Racking
*Mowing
*Edging
*Trimming
*Debris Removal
Very reasonable prices.
Licensed & Insured
850-791-0861
PERFECTION LAWN
CARE SERVICES
SPRING & FALL
CLEANUP
Mowing, Trimming,
Edging, Raking.
Free Estimates.
License#9840042605
Martin Correll
626-0383/554-2248



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




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


We Deliver & Install
Centipede
St. Augustine
Bermuda
Bailed Pine Straw
Cal us first. Save Time
Cal us ast Sav Money
Hwy 87 So * Milton
626-8578


Fournier's Tree
Service & Stump
Grinding
Free Estimates
Best price guaranteed !
15% Senior Citizen
Discount
Specializing in hard to
reach areas, any size
stump removal & root
pruning. Licensed &
Insured. 850-292-9192
Family owned and
operated.
Pace & Milton
Page's. Tree
Service
Trim, cut & remove.
Call 626-2159
(if no answer please
leave message)



Gerard's
Well Drilling
Licensed & Insured
27 years experience.
Wells for drinking water,
irrigation, poncs and
epump repair.
re estimates.
Prompt service.
850-776-4271
850-377-4818
Competitive pricing.



Milton Garden
Club
Approximately 2000 sq
ff available for your
rental needs at afforda-
ble prices. Check us outll
626-2003
The Mower Medic
We service your mower
in your home at your
convenience.
Bob Knowles
850)626-8300
Cell: (850)982-3576

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3230
MULIT FAMILY
YARD SALE
Sat. 7am-?
5337 Cathy Street
Evening gowns, 17 inch
ow profile rim tires,
[ts of misc.


NEW OrAY
Santa Rosa Beach
GARAGE SALE
3635 Scoggins Street
Pace FL Saturday Only.
8AM- 1PM Off Highway
90 and Diamond Street
*ust behind Chets Sea-
ood. Suzuki 650 2004,
2002 Suburban, Comput-
ers, Stereo Cabinet
Clothes, Toys, TV's, and
more.
VICTORY
LIFE CHURCH
7235 Hwy. 90
East Milton, FL
Fri. & Sat.
May 23 & 24
Large Yard Sale
8am until 1 pm
Good Things.
YARD SALE
May 23rd & 24th
5427 Douglas Street
in Milton, FL
Bedroom furniture table,
chairs (6) & buffet,
couch, kitchen items,
bookcase and much
more. 7am-2pm




guaranteed safe products
that work Pegy Holt
(850)475-2547
http:l/herbal-nutrition.net/
peggyholidaydreamiob@ya
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3280 a
Tractor for sale: 25HP
2WD with mower. Excel- -
lent condition 5200
850-207-1426 ;f


c 3300
BASEBALL CARDS
10,000-12,000 CARDS. H
CALL 983-3233
Camping Equipment
Tent with 2 sleeping
bags, pillows, air pump
& chairs - complete in
bag. $125. obo
995-3263
Electric stove-$75,
Extension ladder
(24 ft.-like new)-$85,
Table saw (radial '
arm)-$65, 14' boat &
motor trailer-$ 1,200
Swimming pool sand
pump1$3u, Tires
Different sizes)-$5 each,
Hide-a-bed-$15.
995-5050 or 723-5612
Shopper Scooter
with basket. $800. obo
623-8527
WANTED
Old roofing tin. Will pick
up. 983-8042







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


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Name (. llum.r- 4y1
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Worksheet (850) 4347524
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MEDICAL ASSISTANT
Bob's Canoes Pediatric office seeks a
Ac Ca caring person with excel-
Acceptg applications lent communication skills,
for summerjobs. Job includes obtaining
623-5457 medical history, vital
signs and administering
vaccines. Full Time posi-
tion. Experience pre-
ferred. Please fax resume
Driver to (850)983-0970 Or
mail to: 5962 Berryhill
Need Driver Rd.
*Home ever nioht Milton, FL 32570


*354 per mile
*$10.0 drop/pick up
Average 30 minutes
Tractor trailer
experience a must!
*Clean MVR
Call 850-626-8578


Drivers:
TIME'S WASTING
Tr/OTR DRIVERS
NEEDED!
Great Starting Pay &
Assigned Trucks
PaidOrientation &
Vacation
EXCELLENT BENEFIT
PACKAGE. Class "A"
CDL Required
1-800-362-0159
www.lctiobs.com


Earn $1000-$3200
a month to drive new
cars with ads.
www.AdCarJobs.com


Lawn/Landscape,
Yard Help
for landscape supply
company. Good driver s
license and forklift experi-
ence a plus. Monday -
Friday 8am-5pm Satur-
day Bam-12pm. Starting


$8.00 hr.
26-8578


Part Time
Seasonal, Cleaning Staff
needed. Apply in person
at 8974 Tomahawk
Landing Road in Milton,
Florida. Call 623-6197
for information


6110
1/1 $600 plus dep.,
2/1 (second floor)
$700 plus dep.
Inlcudes utilities.
For information,
call 960-1397

Milton
Apartments. 3 different
locations. We have
efficiencies, 1 Bdrms,
2 Bdrms. $350 Dep.
Sst month rent only $400
for any apartment
NO DOGS! Mention this
ad for discount prices.
712-9968

Milton
2/1 N. Milton Area
$485. month
341-8128
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n,. 2/BR 1/BA $575/mth
1/BR 1/BA $500/mth
Deposit $250 includes
SSwater and trash pick up.
No pets. Call 983-2969

Waterfront
REAL ESTATE FOR RENT Apartment
S A 2 bedrooms, total electric
6100 - Business/ with Jacuzzi and built-in
commercial BBQ pit. (furnished or
6110 - Apartments unfurnished), etc. Call
6120 - Beach Rentals 626-8973
6130 - Condo/Townhouse I
6140 - House Rentals
6150 - Roommate Wanted
6160 - Rooms for Rent 6130
d170 - Mobile Home/Lot
6180 - Out-of-Town Rentals
6190- Timeshare Rentals
6200 - Vacation Rentals NEW rD RI


I 6100 The Palms Of
Freeport
OFFICE SPACE Now available for Lease
Office/retail space for or Purchase! Affordable,
lease. Sm./Med. sizes Easy Commute Commu-
available. Reasonable niy Playground, & Pooll
rates. Great Hiahway 2BR/ 1.5 BA. Call
90 location, Mlton. all Heather of Jeff
Steve @ (850)341-1952 850-835-0191


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Country Village


ow Accepting Applications
For I & 2 Bedroom
Apartments

Call
994-4353


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Visit our website www.steelehomes.cc


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AND COMPANY, INCORPORATED
6705 N. Pensacola Blvd. - 477-7880
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*3/2 Home, Milton
4821 Makenna Cir. in 3/BR 2/BA.
Pace. $1,200. Newly remodeled.
*4/2 Home Fenced-in backyard.
7035 Marissa Point Rd. $800/th. $800/dep.
in Milton. $1,400. 501-6220 or 686-0602
*3/2 Home'
4981 Marcus Cir. in Milton
Pace. $800. Like New
*2/2 Home 3/BR 2/BA, double car
7867 S Airport Rd. in garage, fenced yard.
E. Milton. $825. Available now.
*3/2 Home Military clause honored.
3868 Sun Valley Ct. in $895 mth-$800 deposit.
Milton. $875. Pets allowed withpet fee.
*3/2 Home , Call 850-501-0273 or
6569 Starboard Dr. in 529-7899
Milton. $a850. Unfurnished Houses
Santa Rosa Realty 6 available. 3 and 4
623-0077 bedrooms. Rangin in
price $550 to $650. All
Deposits $400. Skyline,
fNEW Ay V Round-Up Valley, Behind
Milton High School.
255-1459 or 994-0179
Avalon Milton, F
2 bedrm/2
1 /2bath House i 1iso; -
Beautiful, spacious house
for rent. Detached gar- Milton/Munson
age, deck/porch over- Long or short term.
looks bayou. $1250/mo. Quiet, non-smoking
Call for details. environment - 3/2.
850-832-1732 or Free Maid Service.
850-914-0336. $295. month.
- (573)303-2540
Both Near Mulat
and N. 14th
4/2, 1700 s . ft. $850
plus deposit; 1, 1000
sq. ft. $750. plus 6170
deposit. 206-4440 HUD APPROVED
East Milton All electric, 2/2, com-
1 bedroom, near water. pletely rebuilt in 2002.
Pets ok. $400. month. Excellent condition.
No deposit. 626-9844 Large private lot. $500
month,$400 deposit.
East Milton 994-8271
3 bedroom 1 1/2 bath ________
home. 1,000 sq. ft. with Jay/Milton/Pace
tiles floors, 1 car garage Rentals 2 & 3 bed-
on 1 acre. Pets ok rooms. $400-$650 per
$800 mo. $600 dep. month.Section 8/Hud ac-
626-9844. cepted. Call 994-5703

N EMf 0 2/2 - total electric.
Dishwasher, etc.
East Gate Mobile
Freeport Home Ranch
Available 626-8973
Immediately!
Immaculate 3 BR7 2BA Milton
home in Freeport, 2 car In Pollard Park
arage and screened Total electric. No pets.
garage and screened pa- I month/S200.
tio. Gated community, a435 ten/ d o200
Clubhouse, and Commu- deposit. Water andqar-
nily Pool! Very Reasona- bage included. Bay Crest
blel Move in immedi- Realty. 994-7918
atelyl Contact Heather
850-835-0191 Milton
Motorhome Travel Trailer
House for Rent space for rent. Water,
5561 Hill Street sewer, ower & garbage
3 or 4 bedrooms/1 bath. included. Located off
Cottage style with fenced Bagdad Hwy. in Milton
yard.'$850. month, $425 month. Fenced
850. deposit. pets ok - yard. No deposit but
250 dep.) 983-2288 or lease required. Call
221-4632 438-1660


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SCathedral Ceiling in Great Room
Spacious Kitchen with Custom Cabinets
. Split Floor Plan
* Ceramic Tile Flooring
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, Architectural Shingles
* Vinyl Exterior Trim
* Luxury Marble Vanily Tops
Quiet & Eflicient Electric Heal Punip
* Plywood Root Decking
* Stemwall Slab Foundation
* 10 year Limited Warranty




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7 6170 |I
Milton
Quiet Park, 2006 Pace
2/BR 2/BA. No Pets, Mus
non-smoking. $545 per 5411
month plus deposit. brick
626-1552 plete
Navarre/Midway c
2/2, 14 X 80. Totar 504-
electric. No pets.
$585.month/$300 de-
posit. Bay Crest Really

Quiet & Clean 3/2,
CH/A Covered porch. --
$525/mth includes
water, garbage & sewer. EAS'
$495/deposit. 5.4 c
623-9902 mobi
Off Avalon Blvd
2/BR, covered entry, all
electric, CH/A, just re-
modeled. Water & gar-
baoe included. JAY
$425/mth $300/dep. 40 a
No pets. 623-8753 Look
Off Da Lisa Road Simn
3/2 single wide. Total rollin
electric, no pets.$575. and
month/$300 deposit. $6,9
6538 Pearl Riley. Bay divid
Crest Realty 994-7918 possi
Pace
1/1 in park.
$435/mth $200/dep.
No pets.Water and gar- .
bage furnished.
Bay Crest Realty
994-7918 I
Pace
3/BR -2/BA doublewide,
4832 Guernsey Rd.
$750/mth $500/dep. AU
No pets, total electric.
Bay Crest Realty 8100
994-7918 8110
8120
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8160
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8210
8220
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4 8240
7100 - Homes 8310
7110 - Beach Home/ 8320
Property 8330
7120 - Commercial 8340
7130 - Condo/Townhouse
7140 - Farms & Ranches
7150 - Lots and Acreage
7160 - Mobile Homes 0
7170 - Waterfront
7180 - Investment
Property
7190 - Out-of-Town
Real Estate
7200 - Timeshare



EAST MILTON
.1500 sf home, 3/1, one
acre detached shop, of-
fice building. Persimmon
Hollow Road.
$125000.00
850-554-3639
Erwin Kenney

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Navarre *
2 story, 4 br, 2Y2 ba,
2150sf home on large
natural lot. 9' ceilings,
separate living & dining
rooms, eat-in kitchen. Lg
whirlpool tub and
separate shower in mas-
ter bath. Beautiful, quiet
waterfront neighborhood.
Priced to sell at the re-
duced . price of
$248,750. Call 850
261-0322, or 685-8048
leave message.


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0 Jenny Cir. 3/1.5
k w/garage. Corn-
e renovation, everyth-
is new. $119,000
.983-6613 or
214-2559





T MILTON
cleared acres, older
le home water, sep-
Aower. $70,000.00
554-3507


cres
s like your in the
key Mountains with
g hills, large oaks
o beautifu/creek.
00 per acre. May
e. Owner financing
ble. (850)623-1288



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TOOTIE. MARINE
RECREATIONAl
- Antique & Collectibles
- Cars
- Sports Utility Vehicles
- Trucks
- Vans
- Commercial
- Motorcycles
- Auto Parts
& Accessories
- Boats
- Personal Watercraft
- Sailboats
- Boat & Marine
Supplies
- Aircraft/Aviation
- ATV/Ofl Road Vehicles
- Campers & Trailers
- Motorhomes


BMW 545i 6 speed
2004 Best options: Nav-
igation, sports pkg., cold
weather pkg., SiriuS 6
disc CD, BMW 160K
warranty, silver w/aray
leather. 57k miles $31k
Call Larry
850.231.0327 or
423.503.6410

Ford Mustang
2003
White with grey interior
94K miles. Great
condition. Excellent carl
$6500. Please call
240-4145

Pay Cash for junk cars
or trucks. Running or not.
Call: 983-9527 or
723-5048







2 new tires @ front.
Needs paint & carpet.
Askin9q $1,200.
(Go Alt. 90 to Hardee's
in Pace, go north on
West Spencer Field
Road, go west on
Lawrence Avenue.
Truck is on the right.
Blue & white
(mixed color)
Call Opal Jordan at
232-1300 (cell)
4112 Lawrence Ave.
994-1671 (home)
Pace, FL 32571




1995 Dodge
Caravan
Light blue, runs 8ood,
all power. $1,800.
Carl Lonnie 623-2346


Litter Happens .


|8160

50 Miles per
Gallon, Save
$$$$-2002
Spirit VT750DC
- Low Miles!
Honda VT750DC
2002 Bright Yellow,
Cobra Pipes (loud),
Windshield, Kuryakn
Grips, lots of chrome
low miles (6550),
w/extras, a must see.
Always garage kept,
never dropped. Great
deal, won't last long.
Call Jeff 485-1114.


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






NfEW rOMY
SeaRay 23 Laguna cen-
ter console Twin Merc
135's VHF, Lowrance,
FF/GPS plotter, safety
equip. Trailer. Fresh
water boat $19,500.
(517) 376-0250




1998 Rexhall
Diesel Pusher. 34 ft. with
slide. 51K miles, Corian
counters Jake brake,
Tow package. Loaded.
$55,000. obo
623-3788


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We service Your Mower in
your home at your
convenience
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Office (850) 626-8300
. Cell (850) 982-3576



/ Coker's Lawn &
Tractor Service
From trimming to tractor work
Bushhogging * Dirt Work
Clean-ups * Rahing
Hauling * Mowing
Reasonable Raies * Free Estimates
(850) 623-0493 Cell: 485-7977
SLicer.-ed & Insured




Greenmile Lawn &

Tractor Service
-Complete lawn maintenance
-Debris clean-up -Lct prep
-Bushhogging -Hauling
-Spring clean-up
Free Estimates
Licensed & Insured
850-626-8288





Tr,? " . .-'umrp Remollri
Debris Rrnoval & Sic-trmi Clean-Lip
Bltih H.)rj'Jingi . D i.I.j Dinr 'Vcrk
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516-1801 or 675-4291

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NEW HOPE PAINTING
& WALLPAPERING

Interior Exterior ~ Residential

- Dry Wall - Pressure Cleaning

- Wallpapering ~ Carpentry Work

Call the Ericksens today!
723-2550 - 623-6034
Ii no answer, please leave message/





^ Milton Garden l

Club
X Appoximately 2000 sq ft
available for your rental
needs at affordable
prices.
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CARE SERVICES
SPRING & FALL CLEANUP
Mowing, Trimming,
Edging, Raking.
Free Estimates.
License #9840042605
Martin Correll
626-0383/554-2248




/ FOURNIER'S
STUMP GRINDING
,- FREE ESTIMATES
,- - _ BEST PRICE
4, "-' GUARANTEED

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AREAS. ANY SIZE
" STUMP REMOVAL
& ROOT PRUNING
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(K & N Lawn Service
~Mo wing-Edging
~ Trimming
.i ?, Debri Removal
S Licensed & Insured
REASONABLE
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All Types of Fences
New Installation and Repairs
Specializing in Privacy Fences
Our pr'.'?iv iericre. 3re bUill Wilh SCREWS
Fr- EEl ,i .r,;e L;:all, Ownre,

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Buildings / Garages

Fre� Dhti er Setup Trim Anchors




Cell 850-206-4008




Gerard's Well Drilling
Licensed & Insured
27 ears experience
Wells for drinking water,
irrigation, ponds,
and pump repair.


850-776-4271 or 850-377-4818
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