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Title: The Santa Rosa press gazette
Alternate Title: Milton press gazette
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Creator: Santa Rosa press gazette
Publisher: Milton Newspapers, Inc.
Milton Newspapers
Place of Publication: Milton Fla
Publication Date: June 4, 2008
Copyright Date: 2009
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Subject: Newspapers -- Milton (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 76, no. 104 (Mar. 29, 1984)-
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Milton to tweak fee plan




0 Council looking at cameras for intersections


By BILL GAMBLING
bgamblin@srpressgazette.com
The Executive
Committee Meeting of the
Milton City Council was
ready to talk about the acci-
dent fees passed this past
May by a vote of 7-1.
They did discuss the
matter, but it was amongst
themselves as Milton City


Manager Donna Adams pre-
pared a report to show the
response the city has
received since passing the
ordinance.
Adams presented in her
packet of information a list
of 22 calls received at city
hall concerning the new
ordinance and their com-
ments.


As council members
looked over the list,
Councilman Buddy Jordan
commented about the anony-
mous calls and how many of
them there were on the list.
A closer look of the list
shows only six were anony-
mous calls and there was
even a call from as far away
as Pensacola.


The most intriguing call
came from the Santa Rosa
County Supervisor of
Elections Ann Bodenstein,
who called after getting a
request to have the polling
places changed so people do
not have to drive into the city
of Milton.
During the discussion it
was pointed out the city


needed to clarify what the
intent of this ordinance was
meant to accomplish.
"The residents of Milton
pay county and city taxes
but they do not receive the
same services as the unin-
corporated areas," said
Milton Mayor Guy
Thompson. "We are trying
to take care of the things


affecting the citizens inside
the city limits.
"I understand what the
people are saying, but my
main concern is the people
of Milton and to protect their
interest is my concern."
In protecting their con-
cerns the Mayor asked for
some clarification to the
See MILTON Page 2A


DISCOVER THE AREA: dies at game
SPoliaMilton junior dies at game

* Police awaiting autopsy results on teen


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By JENI SENTER
jsenter@srpressgazette.com
Milton Police are still
awaiting the medical exam-
iners report as they investi-
gate the untimely death of a
Milton High School junior.
Matthew Johnson, 18,
'was transported to the Santa
Rosa Medical Center where
he was pronounced dead at
approximately 7 p.m.
Johnson died suddenly
Thursday night while play-


ing a pick-up game of bas-
ketball at the Community
Center.
Detective John Stone of
the Milton Police
Department says officers and
medical units responded to
the call at the community
center at approximately 5:56
p.m.
"At this time we don't
have an official cause of
death," said Stone. "He
[Johnson] is at the medical


examiner's office at this time
and they will be investigat-
ing the cause of death."
Milton High Principal
Buddy Powell responds with
grief to the teen Panther's
death.
"This is such a tragedy,
he was a fine young man,"
said Powell "They just
couldn't revive him."
As of press time the
medical examiner has yet to
release his results.


Mother re-gains


custody of child


By JENI SENTER
jsenter @srpressgazette.com
Erin Brittany Markes,
19, the mother who was
accused of neglecting her
child in March has regained
custody of her child, but with
conditions imposed.
Markes was present for
the dependency hearing on
Monday morning at 9 a.m.
before Judge Marci
Goodman. Goodman grant-
ed Markes' motion for reuni-
fication with her child under
the condition that her son is
to remain in hospice care.
The Press Gazette made
a call to DCF for an update


on the case, but was told by a
DCF employee "no com-
ment" would be made.
When the clerk at the
Dependency Court of Santa
Rosa County was contacted
about further details, the
court official stated no infor-
mation would be' given
regarding dependency hear-
ings. "The Judge has given
us very specific rules on how
to handle requests for infor-
mation on these cases, and
more specifically for the
case you are calling about.
We have been told that
absolutely no information
See MOTHER Page 4A


Three tier plan


gets a fi

By JENI SENTER
jsenter@srpressgazette.com
The Santa Rosa County
School Board will meet on
June 12 to officially approve
the new start and end times
for next year's school day.
Assistant Superintendent of
Curriculum and Instruction
Tim Wyrosdick says in the
meantime the Board contin-
ues to fine tune the three tier
busing system.
"We as a staff have been
examining the three tier plan
details and we have thor-
oughly researched the plan.
We have made our decision
on the start and end times
and this is not going to
change. However, we are
continuously looking at


inal look

ways to make the transition
as easy for the parents and
children as we can," says
Wyrosdick.
Wyrosdick says the
Board will be working close-
ly with the principals at each
school on ways to make the
change easier. "The princi-
pals of the schools will
decide how to adjust sched-
ules to work with the new
system."
Wyrosdick also says the
Board may. address how
much latchkey programs will
cost parents who may have
to use it for the first time
next year. "We are probably
going to hold the cost for
next year and keep it the
See SCHOOLS Page 4A


Bank robbery


Deputies with the Santa Rosa County Sheriff's Office
responded to a robbery of United Bank in Pace Friday
afternoon. Police are still seeking help involving any clues
or leads in the case. More on Page 3A.
Press Gazette photo by Bill Gamblin






e Obituaries
Obituaries


SPEAK


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Monday, 11:05 a.m.
Hi, I am Penny. I have
property outside the city
limits. So I am calling
about the law charging non-
residents for accidents.
Many of the businesses
should advertise if they are
outside the city limits. I,
like many others, am not
going to enter the city lim-
its and if we are not sure
about the business, we will
be avoiding you. Thank
you.

Saturday, 9:48 p.m.
Hi this is Penelope.
Gulf Breeze, Gulf Breeze,
Gulf Breeze. Don't they
have their own paper in the
south end to tout their suc-
cesses?

Saturday, 6 p.m.
Yes, I am calling about
the new accident fees. I
thought we were trying to
build up the city of Milton
not keep people out. I will
now do everything in my
control to avoid the city of
Milton. If someone causes
an accident, it's an acci-
dent. Why charge them?
Isn't the accident enough
alone? Isn't the fee just
pouring salt in the wound?

Saturday, 11:14 a.m.
This is Alice. Back to
the Press Gazette Editor
you didn't answer any of
my questions on Saturday.
You said bike trails are
funded by the state, but
what difference does it
make if the state, county, or
whoever pays it for since
we will pay for it some-
where down the line for
what we don't need. And
who uses them? The bicy-
cles don't. Thank you.

Friday, 9:36 a.m.
This is Jessica. I am a
little upset at the Milton
Police Department.
Thursday night around 7
p.m., I called them because
I saw a kid getting beaten
severely by a man with a
belt. When I called them,
they told me they couldn't
do anything because they
didn't witness it. They gave
me a 1-800 number and I
was on hold for 20 minutes.
Who knows what could
have happened? I gave the
cop a description of the car,
its license number, and the
street he turned on to. I just
don't understand what will
have to happen to a kid for
them to help.

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call our Speak Out line at
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June 6, 1983 to March


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Here is a map of the city of Milton and the current city boundaries.


City of Milton


Milton


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ordinance when it comes
to the wording of the ordi-
nance so the fee is not
charged to property owners
in the city of Milton, resi-
dents, and business owners.
"I would also like to
state that this should be
something billed to the insur-
ance," said Thompson. "I do
not want the city to go after
citizens unless they are unin-
sured."
Adams noted in talking
to the other cities they did
not have nearly the amount
of opposition as Milton has
faced early on.
Only Chiefland,
Belleview, and Ocala noted
any kind of public opposition
in Adams' report to the coun-
cil members, while Chipley,
Longwood, and Ocala had
issues raised by insurance
agents.
Santa Rosa County is not
new to these types of fees as
the Midway Fire District and
the Holley-Navarre Fire
District collect these fees.
Over 2006-2007 the


Holley-Navarre Fire District
collected just over $35,000,
while Midway collected
roughly $40,000 last year.
But both representatives
noted to the City of Milton
they charge all parties
involved in the accident.
In other action by the
executive committee:
Milton City Attorney
Roy Andrews noted he is in
negotiations with Traffipax
on an automated red light
enforcement system.
It is being proposed the
city will test cameras to
catch individuals running red
lights.
In the test pilot program
the cameras are being pro-
posed for the traffic lights at
the intersection of Glover
Lane and Highway 90,
Highway 90 and Parkmore
Plaza Drive, while the third
light has not been deter-
mined, but could be located
at the intersection 'of
Dogwood Drive and
Highway 90.
During the test of the
program tickets would not be


issued by the city but-
Traffipax and the city would
see how well the cameras.
would be utilized.
City Attorney Roy;
Andrews warns the council.
to stay away from the Town
Hall Meeting on Thursday
organized by County
Commissioner Bob Cole.
Andrews noted that if-
more than one city council;
member attended then it
would possibly make their
Town Hall Meeting subject;
to the Florida Sunshine
Laws, but he is not sure'
there would be any minutes;
taken or a proper way to;
record the events of the.
meeting.
Mayor Thompson and'
Planning and Zoning.
Director Randy Jorgenson:
are possibly going to be in,
attendance as one of the:
items expected to be dis-,
cussed is a Highway 90 cor-'
ridor or by-pass.
The meeting in question
will be held at 7 p.m. tomor-
row night at the Santa Rosa
County Auditorium.


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uSheriff'sy Report........
Sheriff's Report


The Santa Rosa County
Sheriff's reportfor May 9, to
May 18, 2008
S Wardle, Zachary Ryan;
Male; 17; 3238 Redwood
Ln, Gulf Breeze; Damage
Prop-Crim Misch $1,000 or
More. 5/9/08
Palmgren. Clayton
Eugene; Male; 35; 2841 Lido
Blvd, Gulf Breeze: Insurance
Fraud. NDG
Defor, Tonya Mi Lisa;
Female; 27; 795 Blue Ben
Road, Albertville, AL; DUI
Alcohol or Drugs 2nd Off.
5/9/08
Penton. Kenneth
Michael; Male; 40; 5216
Catalina St, Pace; DUI.
5/9/08
Bryan, Todd Daniel;
Male; 42; DUI (2 cts.).
5/10/08
Carter, Iva Jeanine;
Female; 31; 5531 W. Jackson
St, Pensacola; DUI. 5/9/08
Riley, Morgan Vincent;
Male; 21; 6501 Bruce Ln,
Milton; DUI Alcohol or
Drugs 2nd Off, DUI and
Damage Property. 5/10/08
Smith, Michael Ellis;
Male; 21; 7114 Calumet Crt,
Pensacola; DUI and Damage
Property. 5/10/08
Crave Cameron
Jonothan; Male; 20; 4932
Bell Ridge Ln, Pace;
Probation Violation-Felony.
5/12/08
Mitchell, Jacqueline
Diane; Female; 19; 3985
Deerwood Circle, Pace;
Probation Violation-Felony.
5/12/08
Rosenbloom, Jacqueline
Lamar; Female; 42; 8083
Baywinds Cir, Pensacola;
Probation Violation-Felony.
5/12/08
Mauldin. Kimberly
Barnhill; Female; 43; Lake
Kristina, Munson; Drive
While Lie Susp 1st Off,
Drugs-Possess Listed
Chemical Wit Manufacture
Cntrl Sub. 5/12/08
Sylvester, Joshua
Robert; Male; 30; 5385
Ticonderoga St, Milton;
Probation Violation-Felony.
5/12/08
Wilson, Natasha Nicole;
Female; 25; 5709 Yucca
Drive, Milton; Probation
Violation-Felony. 5/12/08
Bivines, Richard Lee;
Male; 62; 5939 Byrom
Street, Milton; Failure to
Appear for Felony Offense.
5/13/08
Faxon, Janice Marie;
Female; 53; 6639 W Lee St.,
Milton; Failure to Appear for
Felony Offense. 5/13/08
McGaughey Jr., James
Samuel; Male; 53; 604
Paulding Ave., Pensacola;
Larc-Theft is $300 or More
But Less Than $5,000 (2
cts.), Larc Petit 1st Degree
Property $100 to Under
$300. 5/13/08
Tharp, Timothy
Devrim; Male; 23; 2299
Jeanie St., Navarre; Larc-
Retail Theft $300 or More
1st Off. 5/13/08
Graham, David Eugene;
Male; 26; 8010 Country Run
Parkway, Orlando; Probation
Violation-Felony. 5/13/08
Trumble, Curtis


Bradley; Male; 201 Paschel,
Mary Esther; Probation
Violation-Felony. 5/13/08
Little, J.oshua Michael;
Male; 17; 2006 Reagan Rd,
Navarre: Burglary W/
Assault or Battery, Veh
Theft-Grand 3rd Degree,
Resist Officer-Obstruct W/O
Violence. 5/13/08
Corneille, Mark
Richard; Male; 46; 16 E.
Hood Dr., Pensacola; DUI.
5/13/08
Asselin, Robert Lee;
Male; 45; 6964 East Gate
Rd, Mih on; DUI Alcohol or
Drugs 2nd Off, Refuse to
Submit to DUI Test. 5/13/08
Wells, Aleisha Kristen;
Female; 24; 9660 W. Hwy.
98, Gulf Breeze; DUI and
Damage Property. 5/13/08
Dykes, Chad Lee; Male;
21; 200 NW Sotir St, Ft.
Walton Bch; Kidnap Minor-
Interfere With Custody.
5/14/08
Elliott, Dennis Wayne;
Male; 44; 6485 Renee
Circle, Milton; Accessory aft
the fact 3rd degree Fel Ivl 3
to 10, Possess Cocaine.
5/14/08
Halter,. Jr., John Victor;
Male; 20; 734 Eglin
Parkway, Ft. Walton Bch;
Probation Violation-Felony.
5/14/08
Lindsey, Tonya
Lanningham; Female; 33;
8341 Randall Dr, Navarre;
Aggrav Battery-Person Uses
A Deadly Weapon (domestic
violence). 5/14/08
Jarnagin, Robert
Edward; Male; 43; 1650 N.
Horizon Blvd., El Paso, TX.
Probation Violation-Felony.
McCranie, Marshall
Allen; Male; 30; Homeless;
Burgl of Unoccupied
Structure Unarmed, Larc-
Theft is $300 or More But
Less Than $5,000 (2 cts.),
Dealing in Stolen Property,
Damage Prop-Crim Misch
$1,000 or More. 5/14/08
Uribe, Jose Luis; Male;
47; 156 Deluna Circle, Mary
Esther; Drive While Lic
Susp 3rd or Subseq Off.
5/14/08
Williams. Brian Joseph;
Male; 32; 6295 Long St.,
Milton; Cruelty Toward
Child Abuse W/O Great
Harm. 5/14/08
Rylander, Christianne
Joy; Female; 22; 14001
Boros Rd, Elberta, AL;
Failure To Appear for Felony
Offense. 5/14/08
Stupchenko, Andrey
Sergevich; Male; 23; 7822
Morning Star Ln, Milton;
Resist Officer With
Violence, Marijuana-Possess
Not More Than 20 Grams.
5/14/08
rull, Mitchell Scott;
Male 25; 32299 Laurel Dr.,
Gulf Breeze; Larc-Petit 1st
Off (2 cts.), Forgery of Alter
Bank Bill Note (2 cts.),
Fraud-Utter False Bank Bill
Note Check Draft (2 cts.)
5/14/08
Williams, Christina
Ann; Female; 28; 5670
Paddlewheel Drive, Milton;
Larc-Retail Theft $300 More
1st Off. 5/14/08
Hippensteel, Corbin


Wade; Male; 15; 7596
Manatee St, Navarre; Burgl
Unoccupied Conveyance
Unarmed, Veh Theft-Grand
3rd Dcgc. 5/14/08
Jones, Vannette Elaine;
Female; 16; Unknown
Address-Housed at Girls
Facility in Milton; Battery on
Detention Staff Juv Prob
Officer (4 cts.). 5/14/08
Smith, Ellis Alexander;
Male; 21; 1718 Jones,
Highlands, TX; Marijuana
Possess With Intent to Sell
Mfg or Deliver Sched I,
Possess Marijuana Over 20
Grams, Narcotic Equip-
Possess And or Use. 5/13/08
Smith, Jonathan
Deontay; Male; 17; 5138
Persimmon Hollow Rd,
Milton; Marijuana Possess
With Intent To Sell, Mfg or
Deliver Schedule I, Possess
Marijuana Over 20 Grams;
Narcotic Equip Possess And
or Use, Probation Violation-
Misdemeanor of Corn
Service. 5/13/08
Ragghianti, Andrew
Warren Mann; Male; 25;
6004 East Bay Blvd,
Navarre; DUI and Damage
Property. 5/14/08
Venegas, Raeann
Louise; Female; 29; 7586
Harvest Village Ct, Navarre;
DUI Alcohol or Drugs 2nd
Offense. 5/13/08
Mathes, Douglas Judge;
Male; 44; 206 Snapper Dr.,
Destin; DUI Alcohol or
Drugs 2nd Offense. 5/14/08
Brown, James Zachary;
Male; 22; 6579 Cedar St.,
Milton; Burgl of Unoccupied
Dwelling, Unarmed, No
Asslt-Batt; Larc-Petit 1st
Degree Property $100 to
Under $300. 5/15/08
Creamer. Jr., Ernest
Earl; Male; 22; 5051 Hwy. 4,
Jay; Larc-Theft is $300 or
More But Less Than $5,000,
Dealing In Stolen Property.
5/14/08
Creamer, Heidie
Monique; Female; 26; 3268
Cherry Street, Jay; Larc-
Theft is $300 or More But
Less Than $5,000; Dealing
in Stolen Property. 5/14/08
Johnson, Rachel
LaFaye; Female; 29; 2401
North Spring Street,
Pensacola; BurglI of
Unoccupied Dwelling,
Unarmed, No Asslt/Batt;
Larc-Theft is $300 Or More
But Less Than $5,000,
Drugs-Possess Cntrl Sub
W/O Prescription. 5/15/08
Kev, Anthony Lee;
Male; 40; 6520 Whiporwill
Ln, Milton; Cruelty Toward
Child Abuse W/O Great
Harm. 5/15/08
Mallernee, Teresa
Marie; Female; 25; 6852
Timber Crest Rd, Milton;
Burgl of Unoccupied.
Dwelling, Unarmed, No
Asslt/Batt; Larc-Petit 1st
Degree Property $100 to
Under $300. 5/15/08
Pride, Detrick Lenard;
Male; 31; 2401 North Spring
Street, Pensacola; Burgl of
Unoccupied Dwelling,
Unarmed, No Asslt/Batt;
Burgl Tools-Possess With
Intent to Use; Larc-Theft is
$300 or More But Less Than


Duo sought for trying to


defraud Wal-Mart in Pace


The Santa Rosa County
Sheriff's Office is seeking
information that could lead
to the arrest of a pair of
men who attempted to
defraud the Wal-Mart in
Pace.
On Sunday, May 18,
2008, an unknown white
male suspect purchased a
40" High Definition televi-
sion at the Pace Wal-Mart.
Upon his taking the pur-
chased' television to his
vehicle, he gave the receipt


to another white male sus-
pect, who then attempted
to exit the store with an
identical 40" HDTV, using
the same receipt. Both
suspects then left the park-
ing lot in what is believed
to be a black Chevrolet
1500 or 2500 4x4 pickup
truck.
Approximately one
hour later, the legitimate
television that was pur-
chased by the first suspect
was returned at the Wal-


Mart on Creighton Rd., in
Pensacola for a refund.
The suspect's identities
are not known at this time.
Anyone able to identify the
suspects depicted in the
photographs is asked to
contact Detective Wheeler
at 981-2234, or Crime
Stoppers at 437-STOP.
Anyone providing
information to Crime
Stoppers that results in an
arrest is eligible for a cash
reward of up to $1000.00.


Trio who robbed the United


Bank in Pace are still at large


Deputies are still look- ees complied with their


demands and the suspects
fled in a vehicle.
The vehicle was aban-
doned and recovered about
two to three blocks from
the scene of the crime.
Haines says the bank
robbers are still at large.
"We are currently
investigating the crime


ing for the trio who robbed
the United Bank in Pace at
noon this past Friday.
Santa Rosa Sheriff's
Office Public Information
Officer Scott Haines says
three black males entered
the bank with handguns
and made demands for
money. The bank employ-


and searching for the sus-
pects. I don't have any
other information at this
time," says Haines.
Haines released the
photos of the three sub-
jects taken by surveillance
cameras at the bank and
they can be viewed
online at
www.srpressgazette.com.


$5,000. 5/15/08
SAlis Cornelio G; Male;
4.1; 6774 H-larvell St, Milton;
Sex Asslt By Custodian Sex
Batt Vict 12 YOA Under 16
YOA, Sex Offense-Incest.
5/15/08
Washington, Derrirck
Barnard; Male; 31; Address
Unknown; Decatur, GA;
Probation Violation-Felony.
5/15/08
Aguilar, Scarlett Le-
Anita; Female; 27; 6738
Valerie Ln, Navarre; Fraud-
Utter False Instrument (4
cts.). 5/15/08
Dallas, Michael Roland;
Male; 24; 4424 Skylark Rd,
Milton; Operate Motorcycle
W/O License, Dealing in
Stolen Property. 5/15/08
Pemberton, Howard
James; Male; 49; 2408 S.
Highway 31, Bay Minette,
AL; Fraud-Impersonate
Licensed Contractor State of
Emergency (2 cts.). 5/15/08
Self, Norman McKoy;
Male; 22; 5604 Balsam St,
Milton; DUI. 5/15/08
Alcorn, Trisha Lynn;
Female; 22; 3700 Estil Dr.,
Pace; Shoplifting-Petit
From Merchant 2nd or
Subseq Off, Drugs-Possess
Cntrl Sub W/O Prescription,
Narcotic Equip-Possess And
or Use. 5/18/08
Hickman, Gregory
Victor; Male; 49; 4825
Sound Side Drive, Gulf
Breeze; Battery-Touch or
Strike (domestic violence),
Obstructing Justice-
Intimidate Threaten Etc Vict
Witness Informant. 5/18/08
Monks, Darin Wayne;
Male; 38; 4581 Davenport
Ln, Pace; Marijuana Possess
Sched I, Marijuana Possess
Not More Than 20 Grams,
Narcotic Equip-Possess And
Or Use. 5/17/08
Myers, Joe Lee; Male;
433; 5614 Woodland Ln,
Milton; Drive While Lic
Susp 3rd or Subseq Off,
Resist Officer-Obstruct
W/O Violence. 5/15/08
Ruben. Joshua Noah;
Male; 20; 6865 Wallace Dr,
Pace; Drugs Traffic-4
Grams Less 30 KG Other
Control Substance. 5/16/08
Walton, Jacob Scott;
Male; 20; 1629 Kauai Ct,
Gulf Breeze; DUI Alcohol
or Drugs 4th or Subseq Off,
DUI and Damage Property,


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Drive While Lie Susp 1st
Off, Liquor-Possess By
Person Under 21 YOA 1st
Off. 5/17/08
Wilson, Kimberly Ann;
Female; 47; 6420
Appaloosa Ave, Milton;
Damage Prop-Crim Misch
$200 and Under, Burgi of
Unoccupied Dwelling;
Unarmed, No Asslt/Batt;
Trespassing Structure or
Conveyance. 5/16/08
Woolard, Skyler
Craig; Male; 19; 7501


Lakeside Dr,, Milton;
Burgl of Unoccupied
Dwelling, Unarmed, No
Asslt/Batt (2 cts.), Larc-
Petit tst Degree Property
$100 to Under $300 (2
cts.). 5/17/08
Lewellyn, Jess Jr.,
Male; 38; 4749 Douglas
Dr, Milton; Probation
Violation-Felony. NDG
Garrett, Seth Weldon;
Male; 27; 3104 Abel Ave,
Pace; Criminal Mischief,
Burglary-Armed. NDG


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A pioneer of sorts, OB-GYN Dr.
Michael J. Coyle, who practices at Santa
Rosa Medical Center, provides at least one
procedure here that was up until last year
done by no other physician in the Florida
Panhandle. Traditionally a "women's doc-
tor" with a reputation for delivering babies,
Dr. Coyle has shifted the focus of his prac-
tice to areas of women's health that concen-
trate on reconstructive surgery, bio-identical
hormone replacement and laparoscopic sur-
gery. He no longer delivers babies but
directs his energy to the woman's health.

Dr. Coyle says he's pleased to be prac-
ticing in his "real home town." You see, his
father was stationed at NAS Whiting Field,
and he grew up and lived on Persimmon
Hollow Road in East Milton until he was in
the fifth grade. Now he and his wife Lora
and their three children attend St. Rose of
Lima Catholic Church and enjoy all the
"family things" together like boating, fish-
ing, church music ministry, and other family
oriented recreational activities. He is a mar-
tial arts and self defense instructor and an
avid golfer.


It may be difficult for someone who is not tuned to the medical field and the technol-
ogy of women's health to significantly understand and appreciate some of Dr. Coyle's
works and successes. But his dedication and commitment to those he serves show in
everything he does, and it's generally understood that his work is significant in saving
lives and increasing his patients' quality of life.

"I sincerely love Santa Rosa Medical Center and will continue to do things that will
improve the hospital," Dr. Coyle says. He's very passionate about all aspects of Women's
Health, especially the later years when things get neglected or dismissed as a normal part
of aging. He is interested in shattering some myths, planting some seeds, and giving some
helpful advice to women and their significant others as they come to a new beginning in
the later years.

Dr. Coyle is a gentleman and a scholar, in addition, to being a top-notch physician.
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Pace High School Dixon Scholarship recipient Amber-Rae Ebert with Pace Civic Association
President Ethel Dixon and Virginia Reddoch.
Submitted photo


Dixon Scholarship awarded


The Award Nights .at
Santa Rosa County High
Schools are wonderful to
attend, Thankfully, it has
become a long program,
because so many deserving
hard working students
receive scholarships, which
will make it possible for
them to attend college even
with the increases in tuition
and books in recent years.
However, most of the
students know what they
will receive. This was the
case for Amber-Rae Ebert
graduating from Pace High
School. She was thrilled to
be receiving one of the
University of West Florida's
President Scholarships that
would go a long way to help
her in reaching her educa-
tional goal of becoming an
English teacher. Her dual
enrollment will take her into


college about half way
through her Sophomore
year.
The Dixon Scholarship
awarded by the Pace Civic
Association (P.C.A.) howev-
er is NOT announced prior
to presentation. It is a $500
scholarship that has been
presented for 29 years along
with Citizenship Awards
PCA has presented in 9
schools for over 40 years. A
large plaque hangs in Pace
High School Library, which
has a picture of the late S.S.
"Sam" Dixon. A brief
account about Sam pre-
serves a little of why his life
resulted in a school and a
scholarship bearing his
name, prior to his death.
Retired Pace School
teacher, Virginia Reddoch,
presented the scholarship.
She was .accompanied by


the widow of Sam Dixon,
Ethel Dixon, whom
Principal Frank Lay intro-
duced to the audience. The
two PCA representatives
received significant
applause since many parents
in attendance have fond
memories when these two
were their elementary
school teachers.
Amber-Rae stated she
was thrilled and very sur-
prised to have been selected
and prays her teaching
career will be a tribute to the
man and educator Mr.
Dixon must have been. She
concluded by an expression
of how much she enjoyed
the lovely facilities of
Immanuel Baptist where the
awards program was held
and that "It was neat that
Mrs. Dixon was there with
Mrs. Reddoch."


Caregiver support group to meet


Thursday at St. Rose of Lima


The Council on Aging of
West Florida will host a
Santa Rosa Caregiver
Support Group Meeting on
Thursday, June 5 from 6 p.m.
until 7 p.m. There is no cost
and the public is invited.
Reservations are not
required. The meeting will
be held at St. Rose of Lima
Catholic Church, Room 2 -
St. Theresa, 6451 Park
Avenue, Milton, FL 32570.
The group meets on the first
Thursday of each month at
the same time and location.
County residency is not


required to attend.
The support group is part
of the new Council on Aging
of West Florida programs
designed to reduce stress,
increase coping skills, pro-
vide strategies for effective
management of caregiving
tasks and enable caregivers
to provide high quality care
in the home. The programs
are sponsored by Council on
Aging of West Florida, the
State of Florida Department
of Elder Affairs and the
Northwest Florida Area
Agency on Aging. For more


information, call 432-1475.
Council on Aging of
West Florida is a local, inde-
pendent 501(c)(3) not-for-
profit organization that has
served seniors and their fam-
ilies since 1972. Council on
Aging of West Florida helps
seniors in Escambia and
Santa Rosa Counties live
healthy, safe and independ-
ent lives in their own famil-
iar surroundings by provid-
ing community based, in-
home programs and services
such as Meals on Wheels
and Alzheimer's respite care.


Mother


Continued From Page One
what so ever will be given
regarding the court ruling
and we will not be disclosing
any further information on
this matter," says the repre-
sentative for the Clerk's
Office.
A DCF official stated in
the previous dependency
hearing Markes has been
hostile to hospital staff car-
ing for the child.
"We have some concerns
about the mental status of
Markes, she has fallen off
with cooperation and contact
with us and now we have
heard from the hospital that
she is being hostile and
angry," said the official from
DCF.
Markes was exonerated
last week of the criminal
charges. The State Attorney's


Office completed their
exhaustive investigation into
the allegations and decided
there was not enough evi-
dence to prove beyond a
shadow of a doubt that
Markes' had criminally neg-
lected her child.
Markes was arrested
March 28 after lawmen in
Santa Rosa County alleged
she neglected her son, who
according to the police report
weighed about 10 pounds
when he was admitted to
Sacred Heart Hospital in
Pensacola on March 12.
Markes' child continues
to receive hospice treatment
for his illness. He suffers
from Miller-Dieker syn-
drome, a form of the genetic
brain disorder lissencephaly,
characterized by a smoothing
of folds in the brain. Doctors


say symptoms include
seizures and feeding difficul-
ties including the inability to
absorb nutrients.
According to Markes'
boyfriend, Jonathan
Pinckard, Jaden's health
declined severely over the
weekend, but Pinckard said
the child has now had a turn
for the better. "Things are
finally starting to look bet-
ter," he says. Pinkard also
says the family had planned
on keeping the child in hos-
pice care if custody were
returned.
"It's the best place for
him," said Markes' stepfather,
Mark Roadman. Roadman
said a review hearing is set
for sometime in August.
Northwest Florida Daily
News Reporter Andrew Gant
contributed to this report.


Schools


Continued From Page One
same as this year's level
instead of increasing it,"
Wyrosdick feels this will be
beneficial to parents who
are also feeling the same
economic crunch as the
County.
The latchkey programs
provide before and after
school care for parents and
for district employees. The
need for latchkey programs
is expected to increase due to
the changes in school times.
The School Board dis-
cussed the latchkey program


at the last Budget Task Force
meeting. Expanding the pro-
gram while keeping the fees
affordable was one of the key
points Task Force members
were looking at for next year.
Some school employees
had complained about the
cost of the latchkey program,
which is currently about $50
per month.
Superintendent of
Schools John Rogers says he
doesn't foresee any major
issues on the agenda for the
meeting on the twelfth. "The
official approval of the start


times is just a formality, real-
ly. We don't actually have
the final agenda yet, but we
should have that about seven
days prior to the meeting,"
says Rogers.
Look for a report by the
Press Gazette to follow the
meeting on June 12.
Next month, the official
2008-2009 budget will be
presented to the School
Board on July 24 in the
Canal Street Boardroom at
10:00 a.m. A public hearing
on the budget will be held on
July 31 at 6:30 p.m.


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The Milton Garden Club honored the Santa Rosa County Veterans's Memorial Plaza with a Community Pride Award for the
month of May. Milton Garden Club's Mary Reese is joined by Veterans Memorial Plaza Manager Ralph Nesenson as the sign
is displayed at the entrance to the plaza near the Riverwalk Park in Milton.


Milton Garden Club presents



the May community winners


The Milton Garden
Club is pleased to give the
Community Pride Awards
for May. For the
-Organization/Business
Award, The Veteran's
.Memorial Plaza was the
winner. Ralph Nesenson,
manager and his crew have
made the Plaza a green
oasis in the downtown area.
The lawn, trees and plant-
ings always looked trim
and well manicured, mak-
ing the plaza an inviting
place for reflection and
appreciation of Milton's
many veterans. We are
especially happy to present
them with this award dur-
ing this Military
Appreciation Month.
Tom & Mary Krebs'
home on Forsyth Street in
Milton is the choice for the
May residence. Their large
corner lot with a neat white
picket fence is a colorful
sight for the neighbors,
passing cars and walkers.
Now, there are beautiful
lilies coming into bloom;


The Milton Garden Club honored the home of Mary and Tom Krebs for their flower landscape
with a Community Pride Award for the month of May. Presenting the award was Milton Garden
Club's Mary Reese.
colorful oriental, day lilies eas and lots of camellias We thank both of these
and white ones, along with make an evergreen contrast awardees for their hard
lantana and other plantings. and more color in season. work and commitment in
Even the stained glass win- The huge oak trees make a making our community
dow has lilies. Native azal- shady background for all. more beautiful.


Art and Chemistry combine for a


evening

Last Thursday, Taminco
and the University of West
Florida Art Department,
chaired by Dr. Suzette
Doyon, held a reception and
art show to display the proj-
ects created in their joint ven-
ture, ART + CHEMISTRY.
"Eight students from the
Art Department of UWF
were presented with an
extraordinary opportunity.
The Taminco Corporation
commissioned these artists to
create site-specific works for
permanent collection on the
grounds of the Pace facility.
The collaboration of efforts
has created a rich dialogue
surrounding art, the environ-
ment, chemistry, place, and
context," says Assistant
Professor of Sculpture
Valerie George. "I want to
thank the artists and the
Taminco executives for hav-
ing the vision to recognize
that public art projects of this
nature enrich all our lives."
Works selected for this
project helped several stu-
dents realize the completion
of a public art commission
for the first time.
The students being rec-
ognized for their vision unit-
ing Art and Chemistry are
Molly Bowen, Jamie
McMillen, Tesa Burch, Eliza
Espy, Ashley Seagle, Tiffany
Holy, Yuri Ramos, and James
Worsham.
The Pace Taminco facili-
ty, the University of West
Florida Art Department, and


of fun and entertainment


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University of West Florida Artists gather near the water holding tank commissioned by Pace
Taminco chemical plant and painted by UWF students Jamie McMillan and Molly Bowen.
Numerous artists from the Art Department at UWF, led by Dr. Suzette Doyon, were commis-
sioned to create art for permanent installation at the chemical plant. The art was shown dur-
ing a joint reception held at the Taminco plant last Thursday.
Press Gazette Photo by Jeni Senter


these promising artists have
demonstrated the possibility
of partnerships between
industry, education, and com-
munity.
Doyon said the students
have "spent a lot of time
working on the projects,
these are very effective
pieces."
Upon entering the
Taminco facility in Pace, the
art on the huge water holding
tank is immediately visible.
This mural is named
"Interactions" and is the work
of Molly Bowen and Jamie
McMillen. "The image is a


combination of the abstract
qualities of the pipes and
towers found in the produc-
tion facilities in union with
the nature preserve that sur-
rounds it," they say.
McMillen says the duo
spent many hours painting
the design on the water tank.
"We came out here for sever-
al weeks, two times a week
from nine to 12 o'clock to
work on the design," says
McMillen.
Inside the plant, an entire
corridor is lined with a 126
foot long furry, blue 'line
graph' created and installed


by James Worsham. He creat-
ed the design from plywood,
foam, and synthetic fur.
Worsham says the project is a
representation of environ-
mental variations. "The proj-
ect is designed to be touched.
It is designed to generate
questions about the relation-
ships between art and the
audience and is an effort to
soften a corporate and indus-
trial world," says Worsham.
The University of West
Florida Art Department
organized, managed, and pro-
vided scholarship awards
toward this ambitious project.


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Viewpoints


6A Wednesday, June 4, 2008 The Santa Rosa Press Gazette Milton, Florida


Vol. 101, Number 16


OUR VIEW


- ~ ~


Here in the



real world

The bands have played the final note to Pomp and
Circumstance and Santa Rosa seniors are on their way
to the big world.
Now it's time for them to take a bigger test than any
FCAT they will ever face.
All of the books are gone and they will soon realize
the Strawberry Shortcake world promised by those in
charge of designing the textbooks was nothing more
than a pipe dream.
Graduates, welcome to your parent's nightmare. We
call it reality.
Fortunately for some of you, reality will mean a trip
to college, a diploma and a four-year reprieve from the
battle of life.
Regardless your direction (straight to the workforce
or a detour through college), there are several pitfalls
and surprises waiting for you.
This isn't being said to scare you because many of
you have probably heard it all from your grandparents,
parents, or a dear family friend.
Yet we have another reason for telling you these
things.
We don't want you to make the same mistakes the
rest of us are still making today.
We want you to take those history lessons you
learned about the formation of these United States of
America and see if you can find where we got off track.
How about someone becoming that leader of the
people who will institute change when it is needed
most?
Better yet, stop the bad habit the current generation
has about complaining about something, but at the same
time doing nothing to solve the problem.
We don't want to see you become a typical nine-to-
five zombie working to pay off credit cards loaded with
purchases you never could afford in the first place.
After walking across the stage to receive your diplo-
ma, you were tasked with changing the world-or at
least leaving your mark on it.
Please accept that challenge. Many of us have grown
weary and we need someone to push for a while so we
can catch our breath.
If there is one strong piece of advice we can give
graduates, it is to forget some of the rules the textbooks
taught you.
Following the rules will only leave you on the side
of the road wondering about the license number of the
bus that just hit you.
So if you haven't guessed, few follow the rules
taught us in school. The only "rule" that still might ring
true is the "Golden Rule," but be careful there, too.
Some people don't practice 'do unto others as you
would have them do unto you.'
We are not going to welcome you into the working
world with open arms.
Why?
You are supposed to be faster, smarter, and stronger
than us. Our only advantage is that we have played the
game a little longer.
Finally, never lose your desire to make a difference.
You might bang into several walls along the way,
but keep making noise.
Hopefully, you will be the group that actually does
make a difference.
In the end, we just hope you can leave things in bet-
ter shape than we are leaving things for you.


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A GUEST VIEWPOINT



Waste you would not believe


By Jack Shanahan
What would we do with a big
corporation that lost $1 trillion?
What if that company operated
with $700 billion budgets and
couldn't pass an independent
audit?
Nowhere in the world would
such extravagant mismanagement
be tolerated, and
yet this out-
landish scenario
'.. .. is the reality in
AC K the Pentagon.
America's
defense budget
exceeds $500
billion a year-
not counting the
"emergency"
JACK spending on the'
SHANAHAN wars in Iraq and
Afghanistan-
more than the military spending in
all other nations in the world com-
bined. Add in the $12 billion we
are burning in Iraq each month,
and we are seeing the highest
Pentagon budgets since the end of
World War II.
The $1 trillion figure is the
amount of money, in 2007 alone,
that the United States Army cannot
back up with documents and
receipts, according to a report in a
Conde-Nast magazine. However,
the Army is one of only four
branches of the armed services,
each of which has its own dysfunc-
tional accounting systems and
bureaucratic imperatives to inflate
budgets.
I use the word "inflate" deliber-
ately. A recent report from the non-


partisan Government
Accountability Office revealed that
95 major Pentagon weapon sys-
tems (meaning fighter jets, cargo
planes, and ships) have all run
behind schedule and exceeded pro-
jected budgets by $295 billion.
Each service branch has invest-
ed loads of political and financial
capital in building military hard-
ware since the end of the Cold
War, but any real effort-to exercise
scrutiny over these projects went
out the window in the spending
bonanza after September 11.
Weapons systems like the Air
Force's F-22 Raptor fighter jet, the
Marines' V-22 Osprey hybrid air-
craft, and the Navy's Virginia-class
submarine have been in the works
since America squared off against
the Soviets, but they persist in
Pentagon budgets without any,
comparable threat from a modern
superpower. Meanwhile, they sur-
vive obsolescence at taxpayer
expense, to the tune of tens of bil-
lions of dollars each year.
What this profligate spending
means to a nation fighting two
wars in Iraq and Afghanistan is that
we are spending hundreds of bil-
lions of dollars on high-tech
weaponry without a penny of it
going to the most immediate threat
to our security.
We might ask ourselves, what
can be done to right the ship at the
Pentagon?
Winslow Wheeler at the non-
profit Center for Defense
Information in Washington, D.C.,
has outlined several possible solu-
tions, including a pause in new


weapons contracts, an independent
panel to phase out unneeded
weapons programs, and eliminating
pork-barrel spending in Congress.
But in truth, any common-sense
approaches to fixing the Pentagoin
will require fundamental reforms in
the political process in Washington
and the democratic institutions that
are charged with oversight.
However, we do not see the kind of
media scrutiny or political frenzy,
that would normally accompany
this sort of scandal in the private-
sector or just about any other gov-
ernment agency outside of defense.
Major reforms in American
government tend to occur in reac,
tion to a crisis or a giant popular.;'
outcry, and major reforms will be
needed in the Pentagon. Again,
according to the Conde-Nast
report, the Pentagon inspector gen-
eral tried and failed to conduct an,
audit of our military spending
every year between 1990 and 2002.
Now, the earliest estimate for an;
audit to be completed is 2016.
More important still, any vague
talk of cracking down on waste,
even in the form of "straight talk"'
from presidential candidate John
McCain, will only amount to more
of the same budgetary mess unless
we confront the biggest drain on
our military resources: The war in
Iraq.
Until we own up to our mis-
takes in Iraq, the mess at the
Pentagon will remain, waiting for
us to clean it up.
Vice Admiral Jack Shanahan
(ret.) is the former commandetrpf
the U.S. Second Fleet.


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Many Thanks
FM: Hunter Walker
Milton, Fla.

Dear Editor,

On behalf of the Santa Rosa
County Board of
Commissioners, I want to
express my deep appreciation
and admiration for the skill and
teamwork displayed by the
responding agencies during the
May 28 Okaloosa County
School Bus accident on 1-10.
The multi-causality incident
showed how working together,
emergency medical care can be
delivered to ensure the resi-
dents and visitors of Santa
Rosa County get the most
effective care when every sec-
ond counts.
From the county's own 9-1-
1 dispatchers who ensured the
proper resources were
deployed quickly and worked
diligently to keep emergency


personnel on scene updated, to
the first responders on scene,
all worked seamlessly together
to assess, treat, and transport
all 18 patients. The numerous
hours put into training and col-
laboration recently was evident
in their response times. It took
only 30 minutes from the first
unit on scene to the last patient
to be on their way to an area
hospital, a true reflection of
just how effective recent
efforts have been.
While we all breathe a sigh
of relief that the injuries of the
children, parents and staff
aboard the bus were not more
severe, this incident demon-
strates the caliber and dedica-
tion of the first responders,
many who are volunteers, and
the county's emergency man-
agement team. To the staff of
Santa Rosa County Emergency
Management, Avalon Beach-
Mulat Fire Protection District,
City of Milton, East Milton
Volunteer Fire Department,


Holley-Navarre Fire District,
Munson Volunteer Fire and
Rescue, Lifeguard Ambulance
Service, LifeFlight, and law
enforcement officials from the
Santa Rosa County Sheriff's
Office and the Florida Highway
Patrol, thank you for your
extraordinary efforts. The
people of Santa Rosa County
are well served by such capable
professionals.

Enough Already
FM: Bernice B. Dillion
Milton, Fla.

Dear Editor,

I don't think you need fur-
ther responses from the citizens
of Santa Rosa County regarding
the user fees for police and
emergency services recently
placed. I think people's
thoughts have been pretty well
covered in your 'Speak Out'
column.


As has been previously st-
ed, we don't leave our driveway
with a plan to go to Milton and
have a wreck. These are acci-
dents just as the word impies
and NO our insurance policies
are not going to cover these
fees except possibly an ambu-
lance fee under our medical
coverage.
I am very surprised in tlis
time of very poor economy th t
the business owners inside the
city limits have not come (ut
against this user fee as it is cr-
tainly going to affect their
income. So many of us live gnd
work outside the city of Miltoqn
it will certainly be as easy, to
make our purchases outside the
city limits area.
At this time it would be
helpful if you could publish
some names and phone num-
bers that we may be able to
present the down side of this
new law along with a map of
the city limits so we can better
decide where we want to shop..







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Community


Gallery Night at
Dovetails Art in
Navarre
Dovetails Art & Frame,
located at 1818 Alpine
Center in Navarre will be
having a Gallery Night,
*which will include art view-
,ing and wine tasting on
'Friday, June 6 from 6 to 8
p.m.
Gallery Night: Dovetails
Art & Frame invites the
-community to enjoy month-
ly-featured artists over a
glass of fine wine. This
:month's Gallery Night will
highlight Niceville artist,
Carol Ann Cain, specializing
in plein air paintings of bogs
.and other nature scenes. The
event is open to the public.
Cain's work will be hanging
in the gallery the entire
month of June. To meet the
artist, stop by during Gallery
Night on June 6.

Go Pirates! Be a
PJC Cheerleader
S Pensacola Junior
College holds cheerleader
and mascot tryouts for the
2008-2009 seasons June 6-7.
," Auditions are 11 a.m.
friday, June 6, and 12:30
pm. Saturday, June 7, in
Building 19, the PJC
Gymnastics Building on the
Pensacola campus.
Participants are required to
attend both days of tryouts.
The college is looking
f~ a group of females and
males with pep and energy.
You must be a student or
incoming freshman taking at
least 9 credit hours at PJC
for both the fall and spring
semesters. Scholarships are
available.
A consent form must be
signed by a parent/guardian


for students under the age of
18. To download an online
consent form, go to:
ww'w.pjc.edu/sports/cheer-
leaders/cheerleaders.asp.
For more information,
contact cheer coach La Rita
Carter at 484-1310,
Icarter@pjc.edu.

Free Tax
Consulting for
Low-Income resi-
dents
Legal Services of North
Florida (LSNF), announces
its Low Income Taxpayer
Clinics at the LSNF
Pensacola Office 118
South Baylen Street -
Monday through Thursday
from 8:15 to 5:00 p.m. or by
appointment by calling (850)
432-8222. Low-income tax-
payers who are in dispute
with the Internal Revenue
Service are encouraged to
bring any communications
from the IRS along with past
W-2 forms, tax return forms
and any other pertinent
materials with them for free
counseling. Sessions can be
conducted in Spanish or
English with translator serv-
ices available in all lan-
guages Se Habla Espanol.
All services are free and
open to the public. Legal
Services of North Florida is
a non-profit organization
serving the civil legal needs
of Florida residents through-
out the Panhandle. For addi-
tional information contact
Mia Angela Adams at 432-
8222.

Commissioner
Cole to host Town
Hall Meeting
Santa Rosa County


District 2 Commissioner
Bob Cole will host a town
hall style meeting on
Thursday, June 5 at 7 p.m. at
the Santa Rosa County
Auditorium located at 4530
Spikes Way in Milton. The
public is encouraged to
attend as the commissioner
and City of Milton officials
discuss and seek residents'
input on a potential U.S.
Highway 90 by-pass bridge
and other items of interest in
the county.

City of Milton
meetings
-City of Milton's
Computer Committee will
meet on Monday, June 9, at 8
a.m. in Conference Room B
at City Hall, 6738 Dixon
Street, Milton. All meetings
are open to the public. For
more information, call 983-
5411.
-City of Milton Police
Pension Board will have a
meeting on Wednesday, June
4 at 8:30 a.m. in the Council
Chambers of City Hall. A
new board member will be
introduced at the meeting.
For further information, call
983-5420. Meeting is open
to the public.

Dragonfly Gallery
News
On June 3, The
Dragonfly Gallery began
displaying the artwork of
The Arc Santa Rosa citi-
zens. Group and Individual
creations will be exhibited
during this showcase. A
reception will be held
Thursday, June 19th from 5
to 7 p.m.
Arc of Santa Rosa has
been providing services to
persons with disabilities
since 1962. Its mission is to


provide services and oppor-
tunities that improve the
quality of life for individu-
als with developmental dis-
abilities and their families.
Visual art is an important
aspect of these services.
Dragonfly Gallery is
located at 5188 Escambia
Street in historic downtown
Milton. Gallery hours are
Tuesday through Saturday,
10 a.m. to 4 p.m. For more
information, contact the
SRACF at www.san-
tarosaarts.org.

SRC Democrats
Yard Sale
The Santa Rosa County
Democrats' Monthly Yard
Sale at 5746 Stewart Street,
Milton, will be held on
Saturday, June 7, from 8 to
2. Items for sale will include
toys, stuffed animals, books,
kitchen items, glassware,
tools, and many miscella-
neous items. In addition,
there will be furniture and
garden equipment for sale.
For information on
delivery or pick-up of items
for donation, contact DEC
State Committeeman,
Harold Webb, 572-6029 or
623-8040, or Chair Martha
Smith, 932-6044 or 225-
8181.

Yardsale at Elks
Lodge
The Milton Elks Lodge
across from the Pea Ridge
Water Tower will be having
a yard sale June 7 & 8 from
7 a.m. until... Household
items, furniture, clothing,
etc. will be available.
Proceeds from table rentals
will be donated to the
Lodge. Call 393-3664 or
626-8576 for more informa-
tion.


Pigs will fly at the Milton



Library in children's contest


To begin its fundraising
campaign for a new library
building, the Friends of the
Milton Library group is
kicking off its theme
"'Where Pigs Fly" by spon-
soring contests for children
from pre-kindergarten
through 8th grade. The
theme results from the real-
izatioh that in these eco-
nomic times, finding public
funds to build a much-
needed library is impossi-
ble, thus begins an ongoing


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drive to raise private fund-
ing.
Children from PreK
through second grade are
asked to color a picture of a
flying pig and to give the
pig a name. Students from
grades 3-8 are asked to
make "flying piggy banks"
from paper mache or from
bleach bottles. To enter the
contest, students must pick
up instructions and applica-
tion forms at the Milton
Library. All entries are due


by June 30 so they may be
displayed in the library dur-
ing July for viewers to vote
on them. In August all par-
ticipants will be invited to a
party to receive prizes, and
the top three winners in
each category will receive
cash prizes.
The flying piggy banks
will be offered to local
stores to collect "change
for a change" for the
library. The winning name
from the piggy pictures will


be used in future publicity.
Please support the efforts
by encouraging the chil-
dren to participate and by
donating to thfs worthy
cause.
For more information,
contact the President,
Peggy Toifel, at 626-0985
or ptoifel@bellsouth.net or
check the website for the
Friends of the Milton
Library at
http://www.friendsofmil-
tonlibrary.org


nior Chill Out set for June 13


' Senior Chill Out, a one-
day donation drive to
acquire new air condition-
ers, fans or funds to assist
seniors with heat-related
issues, will be held by
Council on Aging of West
-Florida, WEAR ABC3,
Magic 106.1 FM, WCOA
News Talk 1370 AM, Q100
FM and Lowe's on Friday,
June 13 at Escambia and
Santa Rosa County Lowe's
'stores (4335 W. Fairfield
Drive, 1201 Airport Blvd.
and 777 W. Nine Mile Road


in Pensacola, 1421 Tiger
Park Lane in Gulf Breeze
and 5143 Highway 90 in
Pace) from 7 a.m. to 6 p.m.
According to the Center
for Disease Control and
Prevention, more people die
from heat waves each year
than from hurricanes, light-
ning, tornadoes, floods and
earthquakes combined. The
elderly are particularly vul-
nerable as chronic medical
conditions and prescription
medicines that impair the
body's ability to regulate its


temperature put the elderly
at a higher risk of heat
stress.
The public is encour-
aged to help seniors beat the
heat and come out to meet
radio personalities. Magic
106 will broadcast live from
the Fairfield Drive location
from 10 a.m. noon,
WCOA will broadcast live
from the Pace location from
noon 2 p.m. and Q100 will
broadcast live from the Nine
Mile Road location from 2
p.m. 4 p.m.


Following the collection
event, Local Lowe's Heroes
will assist with installation.,
Lowe's Heroes is a compa-
ny-wide volunteer initiative.
Lowe's Heroes teams part-
ner with local organizations
to educate and assist their
community with programs
focusing on such issues as
child safety, fire safety and
senior safety, among others.
For more information,
call 432-1475 or visit
www.coawfla.org/special-
events.asp.


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2008. One of the new mem-
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their exceptional customer
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COLLECTOR'S CORNER by, ROBERT G. MCCLURE
As your Santa Rosa County Tax Collector, I would like to take this opportu-
nity to make sure that everyone Is aware of a proposed Increase in the fees
for registration of vessels (boats). Senate Bill 1286 will Increase boat regis-
tration fees by approximately 55% based on the consumer price index,
beginning July 1, if Governor Charlie Crist signs the bill or allows it to
become law without his signature. The fee increase will raise about $10.2 ,
million annually to pay for FWC law-enforcement staff (66 positions that I
would have been lost to budget cuts), fuel for FWC law-enforcement opera-
tions, derelict boat removal, and manatee rehabilitation. The registration
fees have not been changed since 1991. Below is a chart showing old reg-
istration fees (prior to 7-1-08) and new fees (effective 7-1 -08):
Length of vessel Old reg. fee New reg. fee
Less than 12 feet and motorized
canoes $8.75 $10.75
12 feet or more and less than 16 feet $15.75 $21.50
16 feet or more and less than 26 feet $23.75 $34.00
26 feet or more and less than 40 feet $55.75 $83.50
'1O feet or more and less than 65 feet 5$7.75 $133.00
65 feet or more and less than 110 feet $103.75 $158.00
110 fece or more h inengih $127.75 $.195.00

Please be aware that you are allowed to renew both your vessel and vehicle registrations up to 90 days
prior to the beginning of your birth month, therefore, If your registration expires in July, August, or
September you can save money by renewing your boat registration prior to July 1st of this year. If you
have any questions please do not hesitate to contact us at 983-1800 or www.robertmcclure.com.

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


Robert G. McClure, CFC


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The First Annual Ryan Richardson Memorial Ride was held on Saturday. Proceeds from the ride benefited the National
Niemann-Pick Disease Foundation; Inc. The charity bike ride started and ended at DJ's, at the corner of hwy 85 and 90 in
Okaloosa County. Riders enjoyed multiple stops along the way, one at the crossroads of Hwy 4 and Munson Hwy at Ruth's
in Munson. At the various stops riders were able to draw from decks of cards in order to build a winning hand during the
"Poker Run". The ride was held in memory of the son of Sherry Richardson, who died of the childhood disease.
Photos by Jeni Senter


RI'di*ng




for




Ryan,


Checking out bowling
Autuism of North West Florida and Take Stock in Children
each received a check for $637 from the Tuesday Night
Intramural Church League at Oops Alley. Pictured at the
check. presentation were league president Bob Kukuk,
league secretary/treasurer Brenda Gilley, league vice pres
ident Vicki Pinkston, and Angie Brown with Take Stock in
Children. The League voted to give half their prize fund
and the fifth frame fund to the two charities.
Submitted photo


Pelicans host camp


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By BILL GAMBLIN
sports @srpressgazette. coin
Pace High School
received news earlier this
month from the Florida
High School Athletic
Association its boys soccer
program is on restrictive
probation for the upcoming
season.
Following a complaint
by a soccer parent, the
FHSAA investigated a rules
violation by the Patriots and
first year head coach
Macaie Ramirez.
Along with the proba-
tion, which does not allow
the Patriots to participate in
any pre-season games next
year, the school was fined
$500.
"The matter was investi-
gated and we admitted we
made a mistake," said Pace
Athletic Director Robert
Freeman. "It was an error
made by a new coach, but it
was nothing blatant on our
part."


Pace was cited for two
practice violations.
The Patriots at one time
practiced against a non-high
school team and the other
violation involved a scrim-
mage with some former
graduates.
Freeman noted this does
not have any effect on the
status of the soccer coaches
or any future plans for the
program.
Restrictive probation
from the FHSAA can come
in varying degrees depend-
ing on the severity of the
infraction according to
Laurel Ring, who is the
media contact for the
FHSAA involving soccer.
"They try to look at the
infraction and hand out the
punishment accordingly,"
said Ring.
The FHSAA ruled on
the infraction in late April or
early May, but did not post
the infraction on the Internet
until the past week.


The Pensacola
Pelicans will host the 2008
Chevy Youth Baseball
Clinic here in Pensacola at
Pelican Park. This is a
free instructional baseball
clinic open to boys and
girls ages. 7713. Kids who
attend the clinic will have
the opportunity to be
taught various aspects of
baseball such as fielding,
hitting, and pitching by
current Pelicans players
and coaches.
All participants
receive a free ticket to a
future Pelicans game.
The Chevy Y'buth
Clinic will be held this
week from 9am-12pm
Wednesday, June 4th
through Friday, June 6th
I at Pelican Park on the
campus of the University
of West Florida.
Registration is required
and could be completed


online at www.chevyy-,
ouths ports. com/rs vp.
Your RSVP log-in pass-
word is PlayBall and your
LMG is Mobile-
Pensacola.
"This is this first year
we have partnered with
Chevy for this clinic," said
Pelicans General Manager
Talmadge Nunhari. "It is
a great way for our two
organizations to give back
to the community and
spread the excitement and
growth of baseball
throughout our youth in
the Pensacola area."
For more information,
including detailed loca-
tion information and clin-
ic itineraries, fans can
register online at
wwwchevyyouthsports.co
m/rsvp.
The Pelicans started a
six-game home stand on
Tuesday.


Pace soccer



gets paced



on probation






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Santa Rosa's Press Gazette

Sports


Sports


Wednesday-June 4, 2008


BE A PJC CHEER-
LEADER: Pensacola Junior
College holds cheerleader and
mascot tryouts for the 2008-
2009 seasons June 6-7.
Auditions are 11 a.m.
Friday, June 6, and 12:30 p.m.
Saturday, June 7, in Building
19, the PJC Gymnastics
Building on the Pensacola
campus. Participants are
required to attend both days of
tryouts.
The college is looking for
a group of females and males
with pep and energy. You
must be a student or incoming
freshman taking at least 9
credit hours at PJC for both
the fall and spring semesters,
Scholarships are available.
A consent form must be
signed by a parent/guardian
for students under the age of
18. To download an online
consent form, go to:
www.pjc.edu/sports/cheer-
leaders/cheerleaders.asp.
For more information
contact cheer coach La Rita
Carter at 484-1310,
lcarter@pjc.edu.
Panther Baseball
Camp: The Milton Panther
Baseball program is offering
two camps this summer.
The first camp will be for
ages 7 to 11 and the second
camp will be for players age
12 to 15.
Each camp is designed to
teach the fundamentals of
baseball hitting, fielding,
throwing, base running, and


situational play.
Camp instructors will
include the Milton High base-
ball coaches and players.
Camp dates are June 9
through June 12 and the fee is
$100.
Each camper will receive
a camp T-shirt and a personal
viedo of themselves hitting,
fielding, and throwing.
For more information call
the baseball office as 983-
5600, ext. 143.
Futhol Club of Santa
Rosa Academy/Select
Soccer TLyouts: The Futbol
Club of Santa Rosa will be
holding tryouts for both the
Academy and Select pro-
grams June 2nd and 3rd, with
registration on June 4th and
5th. Academy tryouts will be
at 5-6:30pm and Select try-
outs will be at 6:30-8pm,
participants will have to be
present both days. For infor-
mation on the Academy pro-
gram and Select programs
please check the club website
www.fcsantarosa.com.
Futbol Club of Santa
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 information
are available at the FCSR
office and
www.fcsanitarosa.com.
Sugarbear Foundation
Ride: The Sugarbear
Foundation will hold their 4th
Annual Escorted Ride on
June 14 at 11 a.m.
Bike registration will
begin at 9:30 a,n, at Solutia
Park and will end at Triggers
in Pensacola.
This ride will benefit
Anthony Baughn and Celest
Powell, who are both needing
double lung transplants.
Cost is $20 per bike and
cars are welcome to join by
falling in at the end of the line.
For more information call
777-6083.
Santa Rosa Kids House
Golf Classic and Auction:
Milton grad and current N.Y.
Giants kicker Lawrence
Tynes is hosting a golf tourna-
ment July 11 at Tiger Point
Golf Club in Gulf Breeze.
Funds from this four per-
son scramble will benefit the
Santa Rosa Kids House.
Registration and putting
contest will run from 10 a.m.
to 12:30 p.m. with a shotgun
start at 1 p.m.
Lunch will be served on
the course and a All-Star
Auction and BBQ will follow.
Cost per individual player
is $125 and tickets for the
BBQ and auction are $25
each.


For more information on
participating or to sponsor the
tournament call 623-1112,
ext. 102.
Milton High School All-
Star Camp: Milton High
Football Camp featuring
Cortland Finnegan and
Lawrence Tynes will be July
9 to July 11.
Camp hours will be 8
a.m. to 11 a.m. for 7-12 years
of age and 1 p.m. to 4 p.m. for
campers 13 to 18 years of age.
Cost for the camp is $75
and is designed to teach the
kids fundamentals in a non-
contact environment.
Making appearances at
the camp besides Finnegan
and Tynes will be Rod
Walker, Reggie Slack, Greg
Allen, and Clay Peacher
along, with many college
players.
For more information
contact Milton Head Coach
Mike McMillion at 983-5600,
ext. 144 or Murry Rutledge at
983-5616.
Kids athletic camps:
Pensacola Junior College will
be holding kids athletic
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 484-1331, crigby@pjc.edu.
Lady Pirate Basketball
Camp, a high-intensity skills
camp for girls entering grades
7-12, is 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. June
9-11 at the Pensacola campus.
Cost is $75. For more infor-
mation, 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 without
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 cam-
pus. Cost is $85 per camper
and includes a camp T-shirt,
notebook and DVD of
campers doing drills. For
more information, 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.
Pace Library Sports
Raffle Friends of the Pace
Libaray will be raffling off
various sports items to add a
children's activity room to the
Pace Library.
Some of the items you
could win include a Eli
Manning signed Giants foot-
ball, an Emmitt Smith signed
Cowboys helmet, a Travis
Fryman signed baseball, Boo
Weekley signed hat and pic-
ture, Haley Millsaps signed
hat and picture, Danny
Woerffle signed mini-hel-
mets, and much more.
Ticket sales are underway
for $10 each or six for $50.
The raffle ends Nov. 29.
Blackwater Saddle
Club: The Blackwater Saddle
Club will have an open 4-D
Barrel Race with $400 added
money.
The Event will be held
June 14 at the East Milton
Recreation Park with
exhibitions starting at 9 a.m.
and the show getting under-
way at 11 a.m.
Entry fee for the event is
$20 and if you want to be in
the exhibition, there is a fee of
$5.
For more information
visit www.blackwatersaddle-
club.com
P.IC Tennis Camp:
Tennis Camps at PJC will
being June 9 at the Milton
Campu and run through June
13.
Children can participate
in the camps Monday through
Friday.
Ages 6-10 sessions will
be from 8:55 to 10:30 and
ages 11-15 from 10:30 to
12:05.
The cost of the camp is
$55 and will be direct by
coaches Rene Grifol, Brian
Maloy and Benny Russell.
Other camp sessions will
run from June 23 to June 27,
July 7 to July 11 and July 14
to July 18.
Minimum class size is six
students.
For more information or
to register call 484-1797.
East Milton Youth
Sports Football: The East
Milton Youth Assocaition is
conducting football registra-
tion for ages 6-12.
Registration will be held
to June 6 from 5 p.m. to 7
p.m. and form 10 a.m. to 2
p.m. on June 7.
Registration fee for this
year is $95.
You will get a $20 dis-
count if you have your sports
jersey from last year.
For more information,
call 698-0934 or 983-8400.
EMYA Car Wash: The
East Milton youth
Association football teams
and cheerleaders will have a
car was on June 14 from 8
,a.m. to noon at Texas
Roadhouse in Milton.
Soccer Director
NededL The East Milton
Youth Association is looking


ofr a qualified soccer director.
Qualified people interest-
ed should inquire at
www.eastmiltonyouth-
sports.com.
Pace Patriot Football
Camp:; Pace High School'
will hold it's 14th annual foot-'
ball camp July 29th through
31 at Pace High School.
The camp is for boys ages
seven to 14 and the fee is $75
each.
Your fee includes instruc-
tion, t-shirt, and lunch on the-
final day of camp.
There will be several for-
mer Patriots on hand as spe-
cial guest to assist with the
camp.
For more information call
995-3600 or 994-8653.
Pace High Volleyball
Camp: Pace High will hold
their youth volleyball skills
camp June 24 through June
26 at the Pace High Gym.
This year's camp is $100
and is designed to teach the
basic fundamental volleyball
skills of passing, setting, hit-
ting, and serving.
Campers will receive a t-
shirt along with a pizza party
the last day.
For more information, e-
mail volleyball coach Lauren
Barrow at
barrowlh@mail.santarosa.kl
2.fl.us.
Pace High Basketball
Camp: Pace High School
will hold it's annual Patriot
Boys Basketball Camp June
30 to July 2 at Patriot Gym.
The camp is open to boys
in grades three through eight.
Cost for the camp this
year is $75 and includes a,
camp t-shirt and lunch on the
final day of the camp.
The camp will work ori
ball handling, shooting, pass-,
ing, basic offense and defen-
sive principles, a three-point
competition, competitive
games and team play.
For more information call
995-3600, ext 1158 orr e-mail
pippinc@mail.santarosa.kl2.I
fl.us.
Stetson University'
Hoops Camp: Dereld
Waugh/Stetson University,
Boy's Basketball Camp from
June 22 to August 6.
For dates and more infor-
mation you can contact
Stetson University at 386-k
822-8101 or visit them on the
web at
www. stetson. edu/hoop-.
scamp.
Central Florida
Fastpitch Camp: Central
Florida University is holding,
three different fastpitch soft-
ball camps.
These camps will run fmin
June 8 to June 19 and covet
pitching/catching, "
offense/defense. and a gener-.
al day camp.
For more information on
this camp call 407-823-4298'
or visit them on the web at
www.centralfloridafastpitch-'
camp.com.
More activities can be'
found at
www.srpressgazette.com..
Look for the box called
'Things to Do'.
There you can check on
activities by zip code or activ-
ity. And you are also more
than welcome to enter your
events there as well.


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v seaneUl Uy- Ulu 4, uu
Business Review


In just six months,



Milton's Shrimp Basket has risen to


the leve


of a celebrated tradition


By OBIE CRAIN
('crainiOa@srpressgasette'.comt!
In just a relatively few
short months, the Shrimp
Basket located at 6389
Highway 90 in midtown
Milton has become one of the
most popular and inviting
lunch and evening dining des-
tinations anywhere in the area
for those who are serious
about seafood.
Long before it opened
here last November, it was the
talk of the town by folks who
had visited some of the other
five Shrimp Baskets in
Pensacola and South Alabama
or were aware of them
through the chain's realistic
TV advertising and was wait-
ing for a chance to try it out
themselves.
From the obvious cus-
tomer response, it appears
they weren't disappointed!
Seasoned restaurateur
Eddie Spence, who with part-
ner David Cahoon, a success-
ful, local building contractor
and businessman, owns and
operates Shrimp Baskets in
Perdido Key, Foley, and loca-
tions on Davis Highway and
Navy Blvd. in Pensacola, in
addition to Milton, says they
are very well pleased with the
new Milton location.
"You know every store
has its own personality of
sorts," Eddie said, "and the
site here in Milton is unique in
that respect as well. The peo-
ple are friendly, the area is
environmentally attractive,
and we're comfortable with
the 'small town closeness' and
the response we've gotten as a
business."
It was 1981 in Gulf
Shores that Eddie opened his
first restaurant and began a
career in the industry in Gulf
Shores, Alabama. Then he
opened Mikee's Restaurant in
1987, from. which the Shrimp
Baskets were a kind of spin-


off. And the choice of seafood
as a mainstay was only practi-
cal, he said, because of the
tourist trade that converged on
the area mostly for that very
specialty.
The first Shrimp Basket
was opened in Gulf Shores in
December of 1993 followed
by others in Perdido Key,
Foley, and two in Pensacola.
Milton is the sixth, and prepa-
rations are under way for a
seventh to be located in Bay
Minette, Alabama.
The Shrimp Basket's
menu is almost exclusively
dedicated to seafood. Seafood,
Poboys, and an Oyster Bar are
its major draws and "grillin',
steamin', and fryin' is its
motto! They offer oysters on
the half shell, close to two
dozen appetizers, steamed
platters, delicious sides
including steamed new pota-
toes and corn on the cob, and
fried baskets of shrimp, craw-
fish, oysters, crab claws,
clams, and, of course, fish.
Grilled, blackened, and
pan-grilled platters of shrimp,
fish, or combinations thereof
are also available. Other than
the fresh vegetables, chicken
strip baskets, pan-grilled
chicken breast platters, and
the traditional hamburger or
cheeseburger, seafood is king!
Poboys and other sand-
wiches are also specialties. An
attractively priced child's
menu is available as well, for
children 12 and under, that
includes traditional, seafood
baskets and a grilled cheese
basket.
Soft drinks of almost all
varieties are available as are
bottled beer, draft beer, wine,
frozen daiquiris, and your
choice of cocktails. You can
discuss these selections with
your server.
Dynamite specials on
Monday and Thursday
include all-you-can-eat fried


fish served with shrimp slaw,
huspuppies, and your choice
of new potatoes or fries. And
on Sunday and Wednesday
there's all-you-can-eat fried
shrimp served with shrimp
slaw, huspuppies, and your
choice of new potatoes or
fries.
Their complete menu is
published on the Shrimp
Basket's Internet Website at
www.shrimpbasket.com for
the convenience of customers
who like to browse. In the
event there is an issue that
you'd like to talk with them
about, the telephone number
is (850) 626-6166.
If after all that you've
heard about the Shrimp
Basket intrigues you, visit and
have a meal or a snack and see
for yourself what a pleasing
atmosphere abounds there.
The restaurant is spacious
inside and out with plenty of
room without appearing
crowded. Terrace or patio din-
ing is another popular feature
that attracts customers who
like to take advantage of the
outdoors. Parking, almost at
the door, is as convenient as
you can get, and there's no
shortage!
Shrimp Basket is a regis-
tered trademark, and Eddie
says they're proud of its dis-
tinctive and expressive refer-
ence. There's no earth shaking
inference attached to it, he
said. "We just decided that it
would illustrate serving the
seafood in a basket." And
aside from the various "plat-
ters" associated with the
house specials, or grilled,
blackened, and pan-grilled
selections, most food selec-
tions are served in baskets.
"Our goal at The Shrimp
Baskets is to continue provid-
ing enjoyable, affordable, din-
ing experiences to our cus-
tomers, whichever restaurant
they choose to dine in," Eddie


The camaraderie among the staff and management and the way they relate to their customers
is very much a part of the atmosphere at The Shrimp Basket, located at 6389 Highway 90 in
Milton. Co-owner Eddie Spence (right) along with General Manager Cheryl Fortune (center)
and Kitchen Manager Jason McCready (left) may not always seem this "chummy", but they are
always likeable and pleasant to be around. (Photo by Obie Crain.)


said. "This will be accom-
plished through our well-
trained, professional employ-
ees working together as a
team to ensure that our cus-
tomers leave our restaurants
with every intention of return-
ing."
Aside from the quality of
the food and the customer
friendly service, there certain-
ly are other factors that enter
into a successful business,
Eddie said. Loyal and experi-
enced staff support is as
important as anything else, he
said, noting that his company
is fortunate to be blessed with
some of the finest "help"
available in the industry.
The Milton store is under
the general managership of
Cheryl Fortune with Jason
McCready supervising the


food preparation as Kitchen
Manager.
Ed Brown is a division
manager who circulates
among the various stores.
"We're very fortunate to
have these well trained and
experienced people in places
of high responsibility," Eddie
said of his managers and staff.
"They're the kind of people
who know their jobs, relate
well to the local customers,
and extend a sense of loyalty
that's essential to the success
of any business enterprise."
As the number of stores
grows, Eddie says that he and
his partner, David Cahoon, are
exploring other options which
include perhaps franchising.
"We have inquiries from all
over on an almost daily basis
from people who are interest-


ed in this type of business," he
said Of course, meanwhile,
the exploration for future
stores goes on, as is the case of
the Bay Minette location.
Another idea under con-
sideration is the starting of
their own bottling company
that will include the bottling
of some of their own sauces.
"The future looks good, and
with the successes that we've
been experiencing, there's a
great deal of possibilities out
there," Eddie said.
It would be their pleasure
to have you visit and eat with
them. According to Eddie,
"We feel that once you've
tried us out, you will be more
than apt to come see us again!
Just give us the chance, and
we'll make you feel wel-
come!"


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WednesdayJune 4, 2008


Radio-thon is Friday


"Truth Radio" 90.5-FM
WTGF will be holding it's
second ever "Radio-thon"
June 6 from 6 a.m. to 6 p.m.
The purpose of the
"Radio-thon" is to help raise
money to keep WTGF on the
air.
"We are a non-conmmer-
cial radio station and are
under strict guidelines on
what we can do as far as
sponsorships are
concerned," said WTGF
Station Manager John
Graves. ,"The sponsorships
we are able to do are unlike
what other stations can sell
as far as advertising goes."
WTGF is part of the
Faith Baptist Church
Outreach Ministry and first
went on the air in 1992 as
they realized FM was the
way to go after starting out


with WECM-AM, the
church's first station.
Currently WTGF
operates under FCC license
with a 24,000-walt
transmitter on Highway 90
in Pace playing a wide
variety of Southern Gospel
Music and other religious
programming.
Until recently the
station was holding it's own
until it was struck by some
transmitter issues.
"We had over $6,000 in
repairs that needed to be
made to the transmitter to
keep us on the air," said
Graves. "That alone has
really set the station back
quite a bit."
If you would like to
donate or offer some in-kind
support, call John Graves at
850-994-3747.


Navigating Divorce


Workshop to begin


Are you experiencing
the pain and grief of
divorce? Attend the upcom-
ing .Divorce Recovery
Workshop entitled
"Navigating Divorce."
This 8-session work-
shop is designed to make the
transition from married life
to single life more under-
standable.
The workshop will meet
each Wednesday night

Vacation Bible


beginning June 11 at 6:15
p.m. and ending at 7:30 p.m.
Reservations are requested.
Navigating Divorce is
open to the public and is a
non-denominational class
held at Christ United
Methodist Church,
Dogwood Drive in Milton.
For reservations or more
information, please call 623-
0614 or 623-8820.


School Time


The following Santa Rosa Baptist Association's Baptist
Churches will be starting their Vacation Bible School next
week!If Wallace Baptist Church is in your area, give them a
call! June 10 through the 12th will be:

Wallace Baptist Church, from 9 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. at 6601
Chumuckla Highway in Pace. Call 994-8278 for more infor-
mation. The theme of their curriculum will be
"Transformed."
Be sure to look for the rest of the SRBA's Vacation Bible
School schedule next week.

Avanche Ranch at CUMC
Christ United Methodist Western, entitled Avalanche
Church, Dogwood Drive, Ranch. Vacation Bible
Milton is having Vacation School is for ages Pre-K
Bible School beginning June through 5th grade. Call 623-
8 through June 13 from 5:30 8820 for more information.
p.m. to 8 p.m. The theme is
Ebenezer AOG News


There will be singing,
lunch and an afternoon
singing as guided by the
Holy Spirit at Ebenezer
Assembly of God, located in
Jay, on Sunday, June 8.
Service will begin at 10:30
a.m. Featured group will be
the Singing Good News
Quartet from Opp, AL. For
more information call 675-


3869. Also, they will be hav-
ing their Vacation Bible
School from June 9 through
June 13 from 6 p.m. to 8:30
p.m. The curriculum will be
"God's Big Backyard."
Come on out! For more
information or transportation
call 675-4892 or 675-6024.
Brother Bob Carnley is the
Pastor.


YAHS ride HOG in GA


Recently, the Young At
Heart Seniors (YAHS) of
Chumuckla United
Methodist Church traveled
to Cordele, GA, the
Watermelon Capitol of the
World, for a train trip thru
parts of beautiful Georgia.
They viewed Peach orchards
and pecan groves and scenic
country farms.
Upon arrival in
Americas, the group was
served a sumptuous lunch-
eon in the historic Windsor
Hotel. Afterwards they
toured the Habitat For
Humanity Global Village.
When they arrived in


Plains, they visited the boy-
hood home of President
Jimmy Carter. They even
sampled peanut butter ice
cream and some fried
peanuts. Some of the group
visited the Presidential
Museum and others visited
the Antique Mall.
The Georgia Excursion
Train, nicknamed the Hog,
was made up of air-condi-
tioned 1949 vintage cars for
a visit to romantic yesteryear
and a view to today's south.
The train ride lasted about
six hour and from all the
comments, it was a very
pleasant excursion.


Help Family Promise

to help-Holiday sale


On Saturday, June 7,
2008 7 a.m. to 2 p.m.,
Family Promise of Santa
Rosa, Inc. will hold a
Holiday & Summer Sale in
the gym at First United
Methodist Church located on
Chumuckla Highway in
Pace. Halloween, New
Year's, Mardi Gras,
Valentine's Day, Easter and
Christmas items will be
available as well as summer
fun items, outdoor, lawn and
garden items. These new
items will be available at
"thrifty prices."
Proceeds from the sale
will be used to help home-
less children and their fami-
'lies in Santa Rosa County
move from crisis to self-suf-
ficiency through Family
Promise of Santa Rosa, Inc.
which is part of an interfaith
nonprofit organization com-
mitted to helping low-
income families achieve
lasting independence.
Family Promise provides cit-
izens the opportunity to
reach out to those in need


within their own communi-
ties and to make a difference
in the very place where they
live.
Locally, 21 churches
participate in the program
network that provides food
and shelter to homeless fam-
ilies in our community on a
rotating basis. As families
become more independent,
Family Promise also pro-
vides Transitional Housing
as intermediate step to self-
sufficiency.
Family Promise of
Santa Rosa, Inc.,
Registration #CHI7553, is
registered with the State of
Florida under the
Solicitations of
Contributions Act, 1991. A
copy of the Official
Registration and Financial
Information may be obtained
from the Division of
Consumer Service by calling
toll-free (800-4357352)
within the state. Registration
does not imply endorsement,
approval or recommenda-
tion by the State.


S.. ... Ask the Preacher
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Pastor Gallups, "Do children need to be saved to go
to Heaven? At what age does a child become accountable
for their sins?" D. J., Pace
Let's first ask the question, "Why do we need to 'be
saved?" The answer, obviously, is sin. It is being guilty of
sin that causes the wrath of God to be justifiably placed
against us.
So...what is sin? Sin can be defined as those choices
we make that put us in direct contradiction to God's Word
and desire for our lives.
The question now would be, "Are babies guilty of
sin?" The answer is NO. Sin is a conscience choice made
by accountable human beings who understand right from
wrong and purposely decide to do what is wrong. We can
be "deceived" into sinning as was Adam and Eve, but
still it is our choice.
Babies do not have the ability to make such choices.
They are not guilty of sin. Additionally, they are not guilty
of anyone else's sins.' Each of us must account for our own
sins.
In challenge to my above statement, some may quote
this passage, indicating that even babies are "sinners."
Psalm 51:5 Surely I was sinful at birth, sinful from
the time my mother conceived me. (NIV)
This passage simply confirms that fact that we are
born with a "sin nature." That is, we are genetically pre-
disposed to being a "sinner" rather than being a "model of
perfection." One only has to observe a small child to see
this "nature." The Psalmist was making no eternal con-
demnation upon babies with this statement.
Therefore, we must conclude that since children have
not sinned and are not guilty of anyone else's sins, they
are in a position of being in an acceptable relationship
with God and would be with the Lord if they should die in
that condition.
When do children become sinners? Simply put, when
they learn and practice sin. At whatever age that is with
various individuals, we become accountable to God for
our actions. It would be at the point that a person "knows"
they are a sinner before their Creator.
Thankfully, when we become sinners, God, by His
grace, has given us the way by which we can be saved,
through faith in Jesus Christ.
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
Church, 8351 Hickory Hammock Road, Milton, Florida 32583-paid advertisement

Come to Naomi's Table


The next meeting of
Naomi's Table will be
Tuesday, June 10, beginning
at 10:30 a.m. The subject of
this month's offering is a
class about the dangers of
drug use and how to recog-
nize the symptoms.
Everyone interested in
knowing more about this
subject is invited to attend.
Please feel free to bring your
children, grandchildren and
any family member who can
benefit from this session. We
are all concerned about our

Remember to

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families and urge you to
attend this very important
meeting.
Chumuckla United
Methodist Church is located
at 9475 Chumuckla
Highway, about tl/2 mile
north of Farmer's Opry. A
light luncheon will be pro-
vided for all attendees. If
possible, please R.S.V.P. so
we may have a headcount
for lunch. For more infor-
mation, call Robin Barber at
981-9492. R.S.V.P.'s are
greatly appreciated.


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KNOWN PARTIES MAY CLAIM
AN INTEREST AS SPOUSES,
HEIRS, DEVISEES, GRANTEES
OR OTHER CLAIMANTS- HID-
DEN ESTATES HOME OWN-
ERS ASSOCIATION INC.;
FIRST HORIZON HOME LOAN
CORPORATION; JOHN DOE
AND JANE DOE AS UN-
KNOWN TENANTS IN POS-
SESSION
DEFENDANTS)
NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE
SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN pur-
suant to a Summary Final Judg-
ment of Foreclosure dated May
14, 2008 entered in Civil Case
No. 07-1240 CA of the Circuit
Court of the 1 ST Judicial Circuit
in and for SANTA ROSA
Countv MIITON Florida I will


.1104, I sell to 'the highest andd best bid-:
der for cash at NORTH FRONT
Legal 5/540 STEPS at the SANTA ROSA
County Courthouse located at
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF 6865 CAROLINE STREET in
THE 1ST JUDICIAL CIRCUIT MILTON Florida, at 11:00
IN AND FOR SANTA ROSA o.m.on the3d: :r -.,I 2008
COUNTY FLORIDA the following :,1:,- I prop-
CGENEAl JURISDICTION erty as set Torth in said Sum-
DIVISION URISICON mary Final Judgment, to-wit:
CASE NO. 07-1240 CA LOT 3 BLOCK A. HIDDEN
FIRST HORIZON HOME ESTATES A PLANNED UNIT
LOANS A DIVISION OF FIRST DEVELOPMENT BEING A
TENNESSEE BANK NATIONAL PORTION OF SECTIONN 12
ASSOCIATION TOWNSHIP 2 SOUTH
PLAINTIFF RANGE 27 WEST SANTA
VS. ROSA COUNTY, FLORIDA,
ACCORDING T6 THE PLAT
JASON MERCURIO A/K/A JA- THEREOF RECORDED IN
SON MERCUIRO- TRACY L PLAT BOOK G PAGE 38
MERCURIO A/K'/A TRACY OF THE PUB&U RECORDS
MERCURIC A/K/A TRACY L. OF SAID COUNTY.
MERCUIRO AY AND ALL An person claiming an interest
UNKNOWN PARTIES CLAIM- Any person claiming on invest
ING BY THROUGH UNDER, the surplus from the sale, it
AND AGAINST THE HEREIN any, other than the property
NAMED INDIVIDUAL DEFEND- owner as of the date at the is
ANTIS) WHO ARE NOT endens. must ile a claim
KNOWN TO BE DEAD OR within 60 days after the sale.
ALIVE, WHETHER SAID UN- Dated this 15 day of May
2008.


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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE 1 ST JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR SANTA ROSA
COUNTY, FLORIDA
GENERAL JURISDICTION
DIVISION
CASE NO: 07-1364-CA
THE BANK OF NEW YORK
TRUST COMPANY N.A. AS
SUCCESSOR TO JPMORGAN
CHASE BANK N.A. AS TRUS-
TEE
PLAINTIFF
VS.
KEVIN D. CHASE -
KEVIN DUANE CHASE i
CHASE- ANY AND Al l11'
KNOWN PARTIES CLAIMING
BY THROUGH UNDER AND
AGAINST THE HEREIN
NAMED INDIVIDUAL DEFEND-
ANT(S) WHO ARE NOT
KNOWN TO BE DEAD OR
ALIVE, WHETHER SAID UN.
KNOWN PARTIES MAY CLAIM
AN INTEREST AS SPOUSES,
HEIRS, DEVISEES GRANTEES
OR OTHER CLAIMANTS:
MORTGAGE ELECTRONIC
REGISTRATION SYSTEMS,
INC; BENEFICIAL FLORIDA.
INC JOHN DOE AND JANE
DOE AS UNKNOWN TEN-
ANTS IN POSSESSION.
DEFENDANTS)
NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN pur-
suant to a Summary Final Judg-
ment of Foreclosure dated May
14, 2008 entered in Civil Case
No. 07-1364-CA of the Cucuit
Court of the 1ST Judicial Circuit
in and for SANTA ROSA
County, MILTON, Florida, I will
sell to the ahihest and best bid-
der for cas at THE NORTH
FRONT STEPS at the SANTA
ROSA County Courthouse lo-
cated at 6865 CAROLINE
STREET in MILTON, Florida at
11:00 a.m. on the 17 day of
July 2008 the following de-
scribed property as set forth in
said Summary Final Judgment,
to-wit:


Deputy Clerk
LOT 34 BLOCK B SIXTH
THE LAW OFFICES OF DAVID ADDITION TO 'SANTA
J. STERN PA., ATTORNEY ROSA SHORES, ACCORD-
FOR PLAINT FF ING TO THE PLAT THEREOF
900 S. Pine Island Rd., Ste 400 AS RECORDED IN PLAT
Plantation, FL 33324 BOOK B PAGE 132 OF
(954)233-8000 THE PUBLIC RECORDS OF
07-12538(FTN) SANTA ROSA COUNTY,
IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE FLORIDA.
AMERICANS WITH DISABILI- An person claiming an interest
TIES ACT persons with disabili- in the surplus from the sale it
ties needing a special accom- any, other than the property
modation should contact owner as of the date ot the Tis
COURT ADMINISTRATION, at pendens, must tile a claim
the SANTA ROSA County within 60 days alter the sale
Courthouse at NONE,
1-800-955-8771 (TDDl or Dated this 15 day of May,
1-800-955-8770, via Florida 2008.
Relay Service.
MARY M. JOHNSON
052808 Clerk of the Circuit Court
060408 CIRCUIT COURT SEAL
5/540 By: Brandy Norris


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THE LAW OFFICES OF DAVID
J. STERN P.A., ATTORNEY
FOR PLAINTIFF
900 South Pine Island Road
Suite 400
Plantation, FL 33324-3920
8954)233-8000
07-16398(HCNW)
IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE
AMERICANS WITH DISABILI-
TIES ACT persons with disabili-
ties needing a special accom-
modation should contact
COURT ADMINISTRATION, at
the SANTA ROSA County
Courthouse at
1-800-955-8771 (TDD) or
1.800-955-8770, via Florida
Relay Service.
052808
060408
5/541

Legal 5/544
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE 1ST JUDICIAL CIRCUIT,
IN AND FOR SANTA ROSA
COUNTY, FLORIDA
GENERAL JURISDICTION
DIVISION
CASE NO:
57-2008-CA-000214
CITIMORTGAGE, INC. SUC-
CESSOR BY MERGER TO ABN
AMRO MORTGAGE GROUP,
INC.
PLAINTIFF
VS.
1-f-, R. KEY- UNKNOWN
S .'.: OF JODY R. KEY IF
ANY; ANY AND ALL UN-
KNOWN PARTIES CLAIMING
BY THROUGH UNDER AND
AGAINST THE HEREIN
NAMED INDIVIDUAL DEFEND-
ANTS) WHO ARE NOT
KNOWN TO BE DEAD OR
ALIVE, WHETHER SAID UN-
KNOWN PARTIES MAY CLAIM
AN INTEREST AS SPOUSES
HEIRS, DEVISEES GRANTEES
OR OTHER CLAIMANTS;
SANTA ROSA COUNTY, FLOR-
IDA; JOHN DOE AND JANE
DOE AS UNKNOWN TEN-
ANTS IN POSSESSION
DEFENDANTS)
NLCEO_QF _FQECLOSURE

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN pur-
suant to a Summary Final Judg-
ment of Foreclosure dated May
14, 2008 entered in Civil Case
No. 57-2008-CA-000214 of
the Circuit Court of the 1 ST Judi-
cial Circuit in and for SANTA
ROSA County, Milton, Florida, I
will sell to the highest and best
bidder for cash at the North
Front Steps of the Courthouse at
the SANTA ROSA County
Courthouse located at 6865
Caroline Street in Milton, Flor-
ida at 11:00 a.m. on the 3 day
of July, 2008 the following de-
scribed property as set forth in
said Summary Final Judgment,
to-wit:


COMMENCE AT THE
NORTHWEST CORNER OF
THE SOUTHEAST 1/4 OF
SECTION 14 TOWNSHIP 1
NORTH, RANGE 29 WEST
SANTA ROSA COUNTY'
FLORIDA; THENCE SOUTH
01'36'00" WEST 5.15
FEET- THENCE SOUTH
8819'00" EAST 200.00
FEET TO THE WESTERLY
RIGHT OF WAY LINE OF A
COUNTY ROAD (50* R/W)
THENCE SOUTH 01*36'00
WEST ALONG SAID WEST-
ERLY R/W LINE 371.77
FEET; THENCE SOUTH
88-19'00" EAST 50.58
FEET TO AN INTERSECTION
WITH THE EASTERLY R/W
LINE OF MUNDY LANE (50'
RL) AND THE NORTH-
ERLY R/W LINE OF JENNI-
FER LANE 50'R/W), BEING
ALSO THE POINT OF BE-
GINNING- THENCE CON-
TINUE SOUTH 8819'00"
EAST ALONG SAID
NORTHERLY RIGHT OF
WAY LINE 107.72 FEET;
THENCE NORTH 0141'00"
EAST 153.13 FEET-,THENCE
NORTH 8819'00" WEST
107.94 FEET TO SAID
EASTERLY R/W LINE-
THENCE SOUTH 0136'00"
WEST ALONG SAID EAST-
ERLY RIGHT OF WAY UNE
153.13 FEET TO THE POINT
OF BEGINNING. BEING
LOT 36 BLOCK I OF AN
UNRECORDED SUBDIVI-
SION KNOWN AS HIGH-
LAND WOODS.

in s rm the sale.il
owner as og the dte t e lis
thn 6 dayn s on er the sale.
Dated this 14 day of May,
2008.
MARY M. JOHNSON
MARY M JOHNSON
Clerk of the Circuit Court
CIRCUIT COURT SEAL
By: Angela Dunn
Deputy Clerk
THE LAW OFFICES OF DAVID
J. STERN P.A
ATTORNEY FOR PLAINTIFF
900 South Pine Island Road
Suite 400
Plantation, FL 33324-3920
89541233-8000
b8-29279(FNM)
IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE
AMERICANS WITH DISABILI-
TIES ACT persons with disabili-
ties needing a special accom-
modation should contact
COURT ADMINISTRATION, at
the SANTA ROSA County
Courthouse at NONE,
1-800-955-8771 (TDD or
1-800-955-8770, wa F orida
Relay Service.
052808
060408
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Legal 5/346 Or SEClUli I. IWVM" 'L IIN tr
SHIP 1 NORTH RANGE 29 VS.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF WEST, SANTA ROSA
THE 1ST JUDICIAL CIRCUIT COUNTY, FLORIDA, AS RE- BOBBY E. JACKSON, JR. UN-
IN AND FOR SANTA ROSA CORDED IN PLAT BOOK KNOWN SPOUSE OF BOBBY
COUNTY FLORIDA "B", PAGE 78 OF THE PUB- E. JACKSON. JR. IF ANY ANY
GENERAL JURISDICTION LIC RECORDS OF SAID AND ALL UNKNOWN PARTIES
DIVISION COUNTY. CLAIMING BY, THROUGH,
CASE NO: UNDER, AND AGAINST THE
572007CAOO 1226CAXXXX Any person cloimino an interest HEREIN NAMED INDIVIDUAL
in the surplus rom the sale it DEFENDANT(S) WHO ARE
WACHOVIA BANK, NA- any other ihan the property NOT KNOWN TO BE DEAD
TIONAL ASSOCIATION owner as of the dote o the lis OR ALIVE WHETHER SAID UN-
PLAINTIFF pendens, must ile o claim KNOWNf PARTIES MAY CLAIM
VS within 60 do oer the sale AN INTEREST AS SPOUSES,
HFIH, DEVISEES GRANTEFFE


DEBBIE K. HATMAKER A/K/A Dated this 14 day of May,
DEBORAH K. HATMAKER- UN- 2008.
KNOWN SPOUSE OF DEBBIE
K. HATMAKER A/K/A DEBO- MARY M JOHNSON
RAH K. HATMAKER IF ANY; Clerk of the Circuit Court
ANY AND ALL UNKNOWN CIRCUIT COURT SEAL
PARTIES CLAIMING BY, By: Joyce Watkins
THROUGH, UNDER, AND Deputy Clerk
AGAINST THE HEREIN
NAMED INDIVIDUAL DEFEND. THE LAW OFFICES OF DAVID
ANTS) WHO ARE NOT J. STERN P.A., ATTORNEY
KNOWN TO BE DEAD OR FOR PLAINTIFF
ALIVE, WHETHER SAID UN- 900 South Pine Island Road
KNOWN PARTIES MAY CLAIM Suite 400
AN INTEREST AS SPOUSES Plantation, FL 33324-3920
HEIRS, DEVISEES. GRANTEES (954)233-8000
OR OTHER CLAIMANTS- JOHN 07-16280 SLS
DOE AND JANE DOE AS
UNKNOWN TENANTS IN IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE
POSSESSION AMERICANS WITH DISABILI-
DEFENDANT(S) TIES ACT, persons with
disabilities needing a special
NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE accommodation should contact
SAL COURT ADMINISTRATION, at
the SANTA ROSA County
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN pur- Courthouse at
suant to a Summary Final Judg- 1-800-955-8771 ITDD or
ment of Foreclosure dated May 1-800-955-8770, via Florida
14, 2008 entered in Civil Case Relay Service.
N o
572007CA001226CAXXXX ot 052808
the Circuit Court of the 1 ST Judi- 060408
cial Circuit in and for SANTA 5/546
ROSA County, MILTON, Flor-
ida, I will sell Io the highest and
best bidder for cash at lhe Legal 5/548
NORTH FRONT STEPS at Ihe
SANTA ROSA County Court- IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
house located at 6816 CARO- THE 1 ST JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
LINE STREET in MILTON, For- IN AND FOR SANTAROSA
ida at 11:00 o.m. on the 3 day COUNTY, FLORIDA
of July, 2008 the following de- GENERAL JURISDICTION
scribed property as setl foh in DIVISION
said Summary Final Judgment, CASE NO: 08-25-ca
to-wit:
LOT 1, BLOCK 6 SANTA LASALLE BANK NATIONAL AS-
LOT 11 BLOCT K 6, SANTA SOCIATION, AS TRUSTEE FOR
VILLA, SECTION 2, A SUB- MORGAN STANLEY MORT-


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DEFENDANTS)


NOCE OF FORECLOSURE

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN pur-
suant Io a Summary Final Judg-
ment ao Foreclosure dated May
14, 2008 entered in Civil Case
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Court of the 1st Judicial Circuit
in and for SANTA ROSA
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mary Final Judgment, to-wit:
LOT 13 BLOCK D, FOX
DEN VILLAGES PHASE III A
SUBDMSION OF A POR-
TION OF SECTION 14,
TOWNSHIP 2 SOUTH,
RANGE 26 WEST, AC-
CORDING TO THE PLAT
THEREOF AS RECORDED IN
PLAT BOOK D PAGE 75
OF THE PUBUC RECORDS
OF SANTA ROSA COUNTY,
FLORIDA.
Anv person claim an interest
in the surplus from the sale. if
any. other than the property
owner as of the de o the lis
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Dated this 14 day of May,
2008.
MARY M. JOHNSON
MARY M. JOHNSON
Clerk of the Circuit Court
CIRCUIT COURT SEAL
By: Angela Dunn
Deputy Clerk
THE LAW OFFICES OF DAVID
J. STERN, P.A. ATTORNEY
FOR PLAINTIFF
900 South Pine Island Road
Suite 400
Plantation, FL 33324-3920
195412338000
07-22624(ASCF)
IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE
AMERICANS WITH DISABILI-
TIES ACT, persons with
disabilities needing a special


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ADMINISTRATION, at
ITA ROSA County
se at ,
5-8771 (TDD or
5-8770, via Florida
vice.


SANTA ROSA LEARNING
ACADEMY BOARD OF
DIRECTORS MEETING
Locations: Leaming
Academy of Santa Rosa
(School Site) 5880 N. Stewart
Street Milton, FL 32570
Director: Mr. Chad White -
(850) 983-3495
Executive Director: Mr. Jerry
L. White (850) 314-6571
Day/Date/Time: Tuesday,
June 10, 2008 9:00A.M.
This meeting is open to the
public

DRAFT AGENDA
I. Call to order
II. Welcome/
Introductions/Overview of
Agenda
III. Approve/Amend Agenda
IV. Approve/Amend minutes
of previous meeting
V. Public Comments
VI. Director End of Year
Report-Chad White
VII. Annual/Accountability
Report
VIII, Financial Report Terri
Roberts
IX. Staffing Plan
A. Personnel
Recommendations for 2008-
2009 School Year
X. Open
AgendalBoard/Requests
A. Recommendations for
Drug Free Workplace-Drug
Screening
XI. Other Items/Reports
A. Board Approval on the
following Manuals:
1.2008-2009 Student
Code of Conduct
2.2008-2009 Student
Progression Program
3. Substitute Teacher
Guide
4. 2008-2009 Employee
Manual
B. Other: Board Requests-
Open Agenda
XII. Adjournment

ANY PERSONS WHO
DECIDES TO APPEAL ANY
DECISION MADE BY THE
BOARD W11H THE
RESPECT TO ANY MATTER
CONSIDERED AT THIS
MEETING WILL NEED A
RECORD OF THE PRO-
CEEDINGS AND MAY NEED
TO ENSURE THAT A VER-
BATIUM RECORD OF THE
PROCEEDINGS IS MADE,
WHICH RECORD INCLUDES
ANY TESTIMONY AND EVI-
DENCE UPON WHICH THE
APPEAL IS TO BE BASED.

PERSONS REQUIRING
INFORMATION ABOUT THE
MEETING MAY CONTACT
THE DIRECTOR OF THE
ACADEMY AT THE ABOVE
PHONE NUMBER. PER-
SONS WITH DISABILITIES
NEEDING SPECIALACCOM-
MODATIONS SHOULD CON-
TACT THE DIRECTOR AT
THE ABOVE ADDRESS OR
PHONE NUMBER AT LEAST
TWO BUSINESS DAY PRIOR
TO 1 HE MEETING TO THE
MEETiNG TO ENABLE S-7
Cl AL .ARRi iEM-, ': TO
BE MADE.
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the Doard may do so by
advising the Chairman prior to
the beginning of the meeting.
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CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT Counly, Florida, this 19 day of
Legal 5/572 COURT May, 2008.
CIRCUIT COURT SEAL
Legal 5/565 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF BY: An ela Dunn CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT
THE 1 JUDICIAL CIRCUIT DEPUTY CLERK COURT
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, OF IN AND FOR SANTA ROSA CIRCUIT COURT SEAL
THE FIRST JUDICIAL CIR- COUNTY, FLORIDA LAW OFFICES OF DAVID J. BY: Angela Dunn
CUIT, IN AND FOR SANTA GENERA. JURISDICTION STERN DEPUTY CLERK
ROSA COUNTY, FLORIDA DIVISION ATTORNEY FOR PLAINTIFF
CASE NO. CASE NO:2007-1441-CA 900 SOUTH PINE ISLAND LAW OFFICES OF DAVID J.
2006-000937-CA ROAD SUITE 400 STERN
2006-000937-CA U.S. BANK NATIONAL ASSO PLANTATIONS FL 33324-3920 ATTORNEY FOR PLAINTIFF
HOLLEY BY THE SEA IMPROVE. CIATION AS TRUSTEE, 07.19714fl-INW) 900 SOUTH PINE ISLAND
MENT ASSOCIATION, INC. a PLAINTIFF, IN ACCORDANCE ii 1I. ROAD SUITE 400
Florida not for profit corpora. VS. AMERICANS WITH 1I, ri, i PLANTATION, FL 33324-3920
Plain RONALD E HARDING EAL, TIES ACT, iersons with 08-29297 CMI
Plaintiff RONALD E. HARDING, ET AL, disabilities nme ing a special IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE
v. DEFENDANT(S). accommodation should contact AMERICANS WITH DISABILI-
COURT ADMINISTRATION, at TIES ACT, persons will
ANNIE LOUISE BANKSTON, et r10 cie SANTA ROSA Count disabilities needing a special
S t&OiVICa Cour se a NON accoamnodation should contact
Defendants .800-955-8771 (TDD or COURT ADMINISTRATION, at
TO: TYJANNA E. HARDING 1. 00.955-8770, va FRolido tire SANTA ROSA County
NOTI OF AL whos ..idence is unknown if Reay Selvice. Courh.se l NONE
IOCHAPTR rhe/she/tey be living; and if 1-800.955-8771 (TDD) or
re/she/tley be dead, the a n- 052808 1.800,955-8770, va Florida
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN pur- known defendants who maybe 060408 Relay Service.
suant to a Fina Judgment of spouses, heirs, devisees, grat. 51572
Foreclosure dated february 16, ees, assignees, linos, credit. 052808
2007, andentered in Case No. tors, trustees, and all poarlies ________060408
2006.CC-00 501 of the claiming n interest by, through 5/5
Count Court in and for Santa under or against the Defend Legal 5/574 Legal 6/599
Rosa Count, Florida, wherein nts, who are not known to be Lg egal 6/599
Halley By The Sea Improvement dead or alive, and all parties IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
Association, Inc. is Plaintiff and haovina or claiming to have any INTHE CIRCUIT COURT OF RESOLUTION
ANNIE LOUISE BANKSTON riaht, title or interest in the prop- THE ISLAND FOR SANDTAL CIRCUIT, L and M V
and SANTA ROSA COUNTY er'y described in the mortgage IN ANDTY FOR IDA GEN- W RtE, S I ET IaTIONED
FEDERAL CREDIT UNION being foreclosed herein. ERALCOUN JTYSDCTON DAVI- (eMBar ounPETICiONED
F/K/A SANTA ROSA COUNTYEBoorder County Commis-
TEACHERS FEDERAL CREDIT YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED SION sioners Santa Rosa County,
UNION are Defendants, I will that an action to foreclose a SEnsi.CA-00021 onrido fto vacate, abandon,
seUl o the highest and best bid- mortgage on the following prop 57-2008-CA-000212 discontinue and renounce any
S or tar cas hon the tront stepsufaterty:interest and right of the public
derrcash onthe a front stesC sof erty: CITIMORTGAGE, INC., in and to the following de.
house atI a.m. at 6865 Car- LOT 12, BLOCK 213 PLAINTIFF scribed property towit:
aline Street, Milton FL 32570, HOLLEY BY THE SEA, AC- VSe
on Tuesday June24, 2008 the CORDING TO THE PLAT ROBERT L. MAGIN, ET AL., lo adlbeltse
followingdescribed prraertyas THEREOF AS RECORDED IN RERTL E lots1Ir 6 and lots 7
set north insaid FinalJudggment, PLAT BOOK B AT PAGE through 12 a Block 11 in the
to wit 155 OF THE PUBLIC REC- Florid town Subdivision as re.
ORDS OF SANTA ROSA NOTICE OF ACTION corded in OR 1712 P 662,
Et Block 259, Holley COUNTY, FLORIDA CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE 663 & 664, of hepulc rec-
e a t re has been filed against you and TO: ROBERT L. MAGIN AND dof a nt
:rdea in lat B you are required to serve a THE UNKNOWN SPOUSE OF
Page 155, other Pubic opy at your writtendefenses if ROBERT L. MAGIN AND WHEREAS, The Board of
Records of Santa Rosa anto ton DAVID J. STERH, whose residence is unknown i County Commissioners deter-
County, Florida. dd. Plaintiff'90sattorney whose e/heybe living;and i mined to hve a public hearing
address i 900 South Pine Is- he/she/lhey be dead, the un- tar he purpose of considering
t 21, Block 259, Holley land Road #400, Plantation FL known defendants who may be theadvisali ty ovacalin anr
tyt S Sea, according to 33324-3920 on or before June ospoassignees, ceieesgront-adoningd salirights-o way,
e plt there a -3, 2008, (nolaterthan 30 eesnors
corda in Plat Book ays tram the date at he firs ars, tusees, and a I parties
Page 155, the Pubic irs publicain of this notice a ca mng by, through, under or WHEREAS, the Board oft county
Records of Santa RMosa actiop) anie the origin with against he D ndant, w mmissioners ave on this the
County, Florida. the cterk at this curl either beo are not known to be deador thdy at May 2008 con
tare service on Plaintiff's oator, alive and all parties havinrror ducted said pubric hear in


Cler Circuit Court petition ilederein. OU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED comments concerning a sarid vbea-
B n o WITNESS my hand and the seal nt an e acon forl o pse 0 rihts-o-way the Board, being
SCounty, FTorida, this 19 day of erty termined thai the public interest
052808 May,Y 008. LOT 5 ANDREo JACKSON wille bosl nE aterve and po-
060408 ESATS BEING Atito S D b-o vNcating and abanye-
MARYM.JOHNSON VISION OFA PORTION OF rning r rightf-way, there-


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SECTION 23 TOWNSHIP 1
NORTH, RANGE 29 WEST
SANTA ROSA COUNTY,
FLORIDA, ACCORDING TO
THE PLAT THEREOF RE-
CORDED IN PLAT BOOK C,
PAGE 186, OF THE PUBLIC
RECORDS OF SAID
COUNTY.
has been filed against you and
you are required to serve a
copy of your written defenses if
any, to rt on DAVID J. STERN,
ESQ. Plaintiff's attorney, whose
address ir 900 South Pine Is-
land Road #400, Plantation, F
33324-3920 on or before June
23, 2008, (no later than 30
doys from the date of the irst
publication of this notice of ac-
tion) and file the original with
the clerk of this court either be-
fore service on Plaintiff's attor-
ney or immediately thereafter;
otherwise a defaul will be en-
tered against you for the relief
demanded in the complaint or
petition filed herein.
WITNESS my hand and the seal
of this Court at SANTA ROSA






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BE IT RESOLVED by the Board
of County Commissioners of
Santo Rosa County, Florida,
that the said rights-of-way as
herein set out and described
are hereby vacated an any
and all interest to the public
shall revert to and be vested in
the proper owners thereof.
APPROVED AND ADOPTED by
a vote of 5 yeas, 0 nays, and 0
absen of the Board of County
Commissioners of Santa Rosa
County, Florida, this 8th day of
May, 2008.
060408
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g IN IREABILITA-
The Board of County Commis-
sioners at Santa Rosa County,
Florida will receive bids from
rualified licensed contractors
ftr Ihe rehabilitation of the resi-
dence located at 5398 Jenny
Circle, Pace, Florida 32571.
All bids must be original and
delivered by hand. Fed EX, or
mail to the Santa kosa County
Procurement Department at
6495 Caroline Street Suite G
Milton, Florida 32370; and
must be received by 10:00 oa.m.
local time, on TUESDAY, June
24 2008, at which time bids
will be publicly opened and
read aloud. Bids are to be
sealed and clearly labeled
"BID 5398 Jenny Circle."
Bids received after the time set
for the bid opening will be re-.
ected and returned unopened
FO the bidder. All interested par-
ties are invited to attend.
Questioas concerning this proj-
ect should be directed to John
Barnes of the Santa Rosa
County Building Inspections De-


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pal ment at (850) 981 -7004.
Project documents may be
viewed at the Santa Rosa
County Procurement Depart-
ment at 6495 Caroline Street,
Milton; ei the Santa Rosa
County .Planninr and Zoning
Department, 6051 Old Bagdad
Highway, Milton, Florida
Specifications may be secured
h.11 the Santa Rosa County Pio-
curement Depar'ointI at a
non-refundable cost a $10 per
set.
A MANDATORY pre-bid con-
Ference wll be held on June 17,
2008 at 10:00 a.l. local time,
at 53M8 Jenny Circle, Pace, FL
32571. All interested parties
are invited to attend.
The Board of County Commiis-
sioners reserves the right to
waive informalities in bids, to
rej ct any. or all bids wit i or
wirtout cause, and to accept
the bid that in its ud ment is in
he best interest of Santa Rosa
County, Florida.
Santa Rosa County does not dis-
criminate on the basis of race,
color, national origin, sex, reli-
gion, age, or honicapped sta-
tus in employment or provision
of service.
By order of the Board of County
Commissioners of Santa Rosa
County, Florida.
060408
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LEGAL AD
CHARLES H. RIDINGS
6308 FAIRFIELD DR
MILTON, FL 32570
SCOTT MENEFEE
4609 OLD GUERNSEY RD
PACE, FL 32571
THE ABOVE NAMED VOTERS
ARE POTENTIALLY INELIGIBLE
TO BE REGISTERED TO VOTE
PURSUANT TO FLORIDA STAT-
UTE 98 095(7).
FAILURE TO RESPOND TO THIS
NOTICE WITHIN 30 DAYS
MAY RESULT IN A DETERMI-
NATION OF INELIGIBILITY
AND REMOVAL OF NAME
FROM STATEWIDE VOTER
REGISTRATION SYSTEM.
CONTACT SUPERVISOR OF
ELECTIONS NO LATER THAN
30 DAYS FROM THIS NOTICE
TO RECEIVE INFORMATION
REGARDING THE BASIS FOR
POTENTIAL INELIGIBILITY AND
PROCEDURE TO RESOLVE THIS
MATTER
SUPERVISOR OF ELECTIONS
6495 CAROLINE ST., STE. F
MILTON, FL 32570
850-983-1900
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060408
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Notice of Sale
Pursuant to Subsection 5 of FL
Statute 713.78, Donna
Caiazzo, as authorized Title
Specialist for Kell Recovery, of
Santa Rosa County, will sell to
the highest bidder for cash in
hand, subject to any liens and
encumbrances the following ve-
hice at 1:OOPPM on 6-16-08 at
104 E. 9 Mile Rd., Pensacola,
FL 32534:
11 2002 Chevrolet VIN:
1GNDT13S322287182
Vehicle may be inspected 1
week prior, at lienor facility,
6023 Dogwood Drive, Milton,
FL 32570.
060408
060408
6/602
Legal 6/603
Notice of Sale
Pursuant to Subsection 5 of FL
Statute 713.78, Donna
Caiozao, as authorized Title
Specialist foar Kell Recovery, of
Sant Rosa County, will sell to
the highest bidder for cash in
hand, subject to any liens and
encumbrances the following ve-
hicle at 1 OOP on 6-3U-51 at
104 E. 9 Mile Rd. Pensacola,
FL 32534:
11 1999 Dodge
VIN:1B7HC13Z4XJ611731
Vehicle may be inspected 1
week prior, at ienor -:,I.r ,
6023 Dogwood Drive, *'.l:,-.
FL 32570.
060408
060408
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3100 Antiques
3110 -Appliances
3120 Arts & Crafts
3130 Auctions
3140 Baby Items
3150 Building Supplies
3160 Business
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3170 Collectibles
3180 Computers
3190 Electronics
3200 Firewood
3220 Furniture
3230 Garage/Yard Sales
3240 Guns
3250 Good Things to Eat
3260 Health & Fitness
3270 Jewelry/Clothing
3280 Machinery/
Equipment
3290 Medical Equipment
3300 Miscellaneous
3310 Musical Instruments
3320 Plants & Shrubs/
Supplies
3330 Restaurant/Hotel
3340 Sporting Goods
3350 Tickets (Buy & Sell)


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Now Is The Time For Stocking
4-6" & 6-8" Channel Catfish
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Black Crappie (If Available)
sy Bluegill (Coppernose & Hybrid)
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$300 for both.
995-8373

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Picnic Tables $150.
Benches $60.
Chairs $30.
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FOR SALE
Large sectional sofa
with recliner in excellent
condition. $700; other
items of furniture GE
refrigerator, in good
condition. (top freezer
with ice maker) $350.
Some antiques, many
other household items.
5569 Russell Drive.
Above Santa Rosa
Medical Center.
Off Berryhill Road.
Fri. & Sat. 8am 1pm

Fri., June 6th
(8am-11 am)
Sat., June 7th
/8am-1 pm)
TV s, convection
microwave, pub table/
chairs and much more.
5513 Columbia Avenue,
Milton


GARAGE SALE
Fri., June 6th &
Sat., June 7th
From 8-12
Something for everyone
5495 Oakshire Road
in Milton

JUNE 7
Multi-family
7959 S. Airport Road.
8am-2prm
Clothes-big childs and
maternity. some baby
stuff and lots of extras.

Milton
Multi Family
Yard Sale
Friday and Saturday
June 6th & 7th at
Milton Storage Center
6065 Vanity Fair Road.
Contents of storage units,
furniture, lots ofmisc.
Call 626-6212
for information.


MILTON
YARD SALE
June 6 & 7
7am until 12pm
5462 Pine Barron Road.
Off Anderson.


2100 Pets
2110 Pets: Free to
Good Home
2120- Pet Supplies
2130- Farm Animals/
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2140- Pets/Livestock
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5645 Forest Hills Lane.
.5 miles from intersection
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Multi family with lots of
kitchen items, Horse tqck,
saddle, grooming I.
saddle rack, large fish
pond, picnic tabie, PC,
much morel
Two Family
Sat., June 7, 7am-12
6524 Julia Drive in
Skyline Comforter set,'
twin bed, dishes, H-ome
Interior, lots of misc.,
women's & lots of
children clothes.
YARD SALE
Fri., June 6th &
Sat., June 7th '
8am until 3pm
Washer, dryer, tools &.
misc. Go north at the Y
on 87 turn left onto,
Oakland. Follow signs,to
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2 burial plots at Memory
Park Garden of Prayer.:
Save $1,000 will sell
both for $1600.
Side b side.
Call 623-6481.
Leave message.
5250 Walt
Porter Cable Generator,
$300; Combo range/'
oven dishwasher for '
built-in $200. All in ."
qood condition.
994-7783-after 6pm
Dust Collector
System 3 hp, 220VW"
1800 CFM. 1 micron til-
ter, bags includes pipe,
hose and gates.
623-4242 $500.
FOOD SAVER
Box never opened. $80.
(cost $129.) 994-7609
Rotor Tiller $250.
Front tine. Like new,
used 3 times. Paid $329.
994-7609
SONY stereo speakers:
Perfect condition. Floor
model. $35 each.
994-7609
WANTED
Old roofing tin. Will pick
up. 983-8042
Whirlpool Washer
100. Kenmore Drer
$100. Sofa $50. Ra an
Dining Set w/ 4 chairs
$75."Wicker night stand
$25. White Dresser $25.
After 5 in Shalimar
543-9271.


EMPLOYMENT
4100 Help Wanted
4110 Restaurants/Clubs
4120- Sales
4130 Employment
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Driver
Need Driver
*Home every night
*35t per mile
*$ 10.00 drop/pick up
(Average 30 minutes)
Tractor trailer
experience a must
*Cean MVR
Call 850-626-8578
EARN $1000-$3200
q month to drive new
cais with ads.
w ww.AdCarJobs.com
MEDICAL ASSISTANT
Pediatric office seeks a
caring person with excel-
lent communication skills.
Job includes obtaining
medical history, vital
signs and administering
vaccines. Full Time posi-
tion. Experience pre-
ferred. Please fax resume
to (850)983-0970 Or
mail to: 5962 Berryhill
Rd&
Milton, FL 32570
Night Shift
Manager needed. 6
months fast food experi-
ence required. Call for
appointment. 626-5675
Post Office Now Hiring!
Avq Pay $20/hr or
$57K/yr Incl. Fed. Ben,
OT. Offer placed by '
Exam Services, not aff
w/USPS which does
hiring. Call (866)
713 -492
TAKING LAWN
SERVICE BIDS
through 6/15/08 for
6 locations in Milton and
Pensacola. Contact
Charlene at ESI, 6436
'Hwy. 90 in Milton








5100 Business
Opportunities
5S110 Money to Lend



,ALL CASH CANDY
ROUTE. Do you earn
-$800 in a cay? 30 Local
Machines and Candy
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B02000033. CALL US:
We will not be under-
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S REAL ESTATE FOR RENT
6100 Business/
Commercial
' 6110 Apartments
6120 Beach Rentals
6130 Condo/Townhouse
6140 House Rentals
6150 Roommate Wanted
6160 Rooms for Rent
6170 Mobile Home/Lot
6180 Out-of-Town Rentals
6190 Timeshare Rentals
6200 Vacation Rentals



OFFICE SPACE
SOffice/retail space for
lease. Sm./Med. sizes
available. Reasonable
: rates. Great Highway
90 location Mlton. Call
*Steve @ (850)341-1952



1 Bedroom unfurnished apart-
ment Great for seniors. $400
month plus deposit. 626-0287
If no answer leave message.
Always Renting? 1-4 bd
h-bmes from $T99/mol
Buy a 3bd 2ba Home
"bly $200/mo! 5% dn,
20yrs @ 8%apr! For
Listings (800)482-9419
MILTON & PACE
2/1. Each is all ceramic
tile. Stove frig. & laundry
room. $575. per month.
Includes water sewer &
trash pick-up. Non smok-
inq environment.
626-2928

Milton
3 bedroom/1 bath
in new neighborhood.
Central heat & air, all
-ceramic tile, clean.
'"N on-smokintc unit.
45/month Call
626-2928 or 982-7969
Milton
'Apartments
,Efl: r,:,e: i Bdrms,
2 Ed,.J ,: I. j.5'i Dep.
1I m.-.rrh ,-r.i only $450
lo *r arTient.
N _. C,,I: !i Mention this
Sr .I:.:.:. ,ri prices

NEW MEETS OLD
Freshly, remodeled
1/1 home with laundry
room & private drive.
Convenient to Down-
town. 256-338-8277
'or 850-516-5696


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Pace
2/1 apartment in
Wal-Mart area.
$525. month/$300.
deposit. 623-5062
Waterfront
Apartment
2 bedrooms, total electric
with Jacuzzi and built-in
BBQ pit. White stone
fireplace, (furnished or un-
furnished), etc. Call
626-8973


uced price of
94AR 750 Cll R850


E 6a130- U W J l6A 261-0322,'a or 685-8048
Free ort Wl O leave message.
e Palms Of East Gate Road ,,
Free M n
Now available for Lease Milton
or Purchase Affordable Roommate Wanted- Bath, LI 730 I
Easy Commute, Commu- house privileges. Internet,
nity Playground, & Paolo satellite, washing facili- Milton
2BR/ `.5 BA. Call ties. No pets, children, JUST LISTED!
Heather of Jeff heavy drinkers. Smokers 3 bedroom/2 bath town
850-835-0191 welcomed. Own trans- home with single garage.
~850-835-01I9ortation, job. $300 mo Almost 1500 sq. Nice,
S$100 deposit. Phyllis Ed open layout, screened Fla
850-626.0009 room. Onl $127 000.
[ -- 6 14Call Deck Rea lty, nc.
/| 6H 40 (850) 626-0711
*3/2 Home Z
5320 Anthony Ave., in 6170
Milton $900.
*3/2 Home 2 bed/1 bath 7150 1]
6710 Cedar Ridae Cir Mobile Home For Rent I 7150
in Milton $ 1,00. Garbage furnished. JAY
*4/2 Home $550 month, $550 dep. 40 acres
6934 Kelvin Terrace in 554-2388 or 626-3454 Looks like your in the
Pensacola $1,000. Smokey Mountains with
*3/2 Home, 3 & 2 bedroom units, rolling hills, lar e oaks
4821 Makenna Cir. in On large lots. Some utili- and a beautiful creek.
Pace. $1,200. ties furnished. 994-8159 $6,900 per acre. May
*4/2 Home divide. Owner financing
7035 Marissa Point Rd. 2/1 with front kitchen, possible. (850)623-1288
in Milton. $1,300. Total electric., etc. East
*2/2 Home Gate Mobile Home
7867 S Airport Rd. in Ranch. 623-8973 -
E. Milton. $795. 1105
*3/2 Home Available June 1st 2 [- 7200
6569 Starboard Dr. in Bedroom/1 Bath trailer.
Milton. $850. Newly remodeled. Cen- KISSIMEE, FL
tral heat and air. Fenced WEEK 35,
Santa Rosa Realty ard. Quiet neighbor- ODD YEARS
623-0077 hood. Water, trash and ODD YEARS
________ lawn care furnished. No 2 bedroom 2 bath villa at
3 Bedroom Home. Pets. Credit Check and Westgate Resorts minutes
Bedrooms have hard- Reference. $575 a month from Disney World and
wood floors. Two $500 deposit. 516-0786 other attractions. 35th
2baths/tile floors, week every ODD year.
living-dining combina- Avalon Please call (850)
tioncarpeting. Large 2/2 on Avalon Blvd. 581-0539 for more de-
family room/file floor. Call 626-8973 tails.
One-car garage/
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Fenced backyard.
Berryhill Road, Milton.
$950/Month.-$950 dep.
623-1975
Convenient to Pace
3/2. Berryhill Road.
Large, fenced backyard.
Newly remodeled.
256-338-8277 or
850-516-5696
East Milton
3 bdr. 2 bath
$800.00 a month
800.00 deposit. (850)
393-3238
Milton
2BR 1 BA
FOR RENT
Spacious, totally custom-
ized. New ceramic tile,
carpet, custom cabinets
and all new appliances
and utility room make this
home a renter's dream.
Water included for
$675. (850)637-6333
Milton
Large country
home-large lot.
Highway 87N.
C &A, non-smoking
environment, no indoor
pets. $795month/$500
dep-plus 1 st & last
months rent w/lease.
995-8282 or 995-0500
Available 7/1. MUST
SEE TO APPRECIATE

SUPERNSIO

Milton, Florida
3/2 Brick Home
For Rent
1600+ Sqft, Det Storage
Bid & Carport, Converted
Garage- Bonus Room,
Split B/R Floor Plan,
Huge Yard 1 Acre,
Fenced Backyard, Extra
Clean $900/mth $600
Dep. tall 850-723-3499

'1vthisout
Navarre -
2 story, 4 br, 21V ba,
2150sf home on large
natural lot in beautiful,
quiet waterfront neigh-
borhood. 9' ceilings sep-
arate living & dining
rooms, eat-in kitchen. Lg.
whirlpool tub & separate
shower in master bath.
$1800mo. Call 850
261-0322, or 685-8048
leave message.


NEW TOiAY
Navarre Robledal Es-
tates, 7048 Logo Mirada
4 br, 2 ba, 2 cg,
2300sf. $1250mo. 1/2
mo rent free. Pets neg.
217-1853 or 939-4060
Pace
2 Bedroom 2 bath.
$675 mth.By appoint-
ment. MaryBlair
626-0287
Pace
3/2 (additional 1/1
above garage). New CH
& Fenced yard, wash-
er/dryer and storage
building. Convenient to
Pensacola and Milton.
Non-smoking environ-
ment. No pets. $850
month, $800 deposit.
(850)623-8628


2/1 mobile home on
large lot. 10x 16 stor-
age shed. $450. month
607-1680 or 626-7426
FEMA MOBILE
HOMES. 3/1. East
Gate Mobile Home
Ranch. 626-8973
Jay/Milton/Pace
Rental 2 & 3 bed-
rooms. $400-$650 per
month.Section 8/Hud ac-
cepted. Call 994-5703
Marlborouh Village
3 bedroom/2 bath.
Rent or Own. $600 mth.
$600 Dep. 723-2532
Milton
In Pollard Park
Total electric. No pets.
$435. month/$200.
deposit. Water and gar-
bage included. Bay Crest
Real ty. 994-7918
Milton
Quiet Clean Park
Rent includes water, gar-
bage and lawn service.
No Pets.
2/2 for $500/mth.
Call 698-4582
Milton
Several Mobile Homes
2/BR totally renovated.
Ranging in price
Y30U/mth to $500/mth
200/deposit. No pets.
Lots also available
983-7259
Navarre/Midway
2/2, 14 X 80. Totaf
electric. No pets.
$585.month/$300 de-
osit. Bay Crest Realty
994-7911
North Milton
Quiet & Clean 3/2,
CH/A Covered porch.
$495/mth includes
water, arbage & sewer.
495 deposit.
623-9902
Off Avalon Blvd
2/BR, covered entry, all
electric, CH/A, just re-
modeled. Water & gar-
bage included.
$425/mth $300/dep.
No pets. 623-8753
Off Da Lisa Road
3/2 single wide. Total
electric, no pets.$575.
month/$300 deposit.
6538 Pearl Riley. Bay
Crest Realty 994-7918-
Pace
1/1 in park.
$435/mth $200/dep.
No pets.Water and gar-
bage furnished.
Bay Crest Realty
994-7918
Pace
3/BR 2/BA doublewide,
4832 Guernsey Rd.
$750/mth $5 0/dep.
No pets, total electric.
Bay Crest Realty
994-7918
Pace
Large 16ft x 87ft.
3/2 with cathedral ceil-
ings, mirrored walls,
island kitchen. Private lot,
completely fenced. Very
nice. $650 month,
$500 dep. Available
6/1/08. 994-0155

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7100 Homes
7110 Beach Home/
Property
7120 Commercial
7130 Condo/Townhouse
7140 Farms & Ranches
7150 Lots and Acreage
7160 Mobile Homes
7170 Waterfront
7180 Investment
Property
7190 Out-of-Town
Real Estate
7200 TImeshare


8100 Antique & Collectibles
8110 Cars
8120 Sports Utility Vehicles
8130 -Trucks
8140- Vans
8150 Commercial
8180- Motorcycles
8170- Auto Parts
& Accessories
8210 Boats
8220 Personal Watercratt
8230 Sailboats
8240 Boat & Marine
Supplies
8310 Aircraft/Avlatlon
8320 ATV/ff Road Vehicles
8330 Campers & Trailers
8340 Motorhomes



2002 Kia Rio Cinco
Auto A/C, new tires.
$2,5b0 obo (850)
561-4794
2002 Lincoln
Continental. 51,000 plus
miles. Asking $11,450.
(850)957-4485
2004 Grand Am
79,000 total mileage.
Perfect condition.
$13,000. 994-7609
Pay Cash for junk cars
or trucks. Running or not.
Call: 983-9527 or
723-5048




1986 FORD
RANGER
New V-6 Motor,
new auto transmission,
2 new tires @ front.
Needs point & carpet.
Asking $1, 200.
(Go Alt. 0 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 GMC Serria P/U
Club cab loaded &
camper shell Come Seel
Any reasonable offer
considered. 255-6910
2000 FORD RANGER
Great condition, new ti-
res, good A/C. Come
Seel Any reasonable
offer considered.
255-6910



1999 Freight Liner
FLD112. Road ready,
Tanker ready. Fully
serviced. Ready to roll.
$12,500. Call (850)
261-8407 or (850)
957-4952



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



1999 22 ft. Bayliner
in-board V8 engine. In
storage with less than 10
hrs. use. $6,000.
994-7609
2003 BASS TRACKER
40 HP, 4 stroke. Low
hours. $3,500.
(850)981-1912


98340
1998 Rexhall
Diesel Pusher. 34 ft. with
slide. 51K miles, Corian
counters Jake brake,
Tow package. Loaded.
$55,000. obo
623-3788


Recession Special .--
One year introductory of- "
fer. Water view house in thiS:: '.;
Perdido. Weekly-Daily
rental. Convenient to Or- Navarre -
ange Beach & Johnson 2 story, 4 br, 2/2 ba,
Beach. Access to public 2150s home on large ir
boat-ramp and picnic natural lot. 9' ceilings,
area. 256-338-8277 separate living & dining
or 850-516-5696 rooms, eat-in "iLchen. Lg. .."....
whirlpool tub and .-. ..
separate shower in mas-
ter bath. Beautiful, quiet
oIIJ waterfront neighborhood.
Priced to sell at the re-


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We service Your Mower in
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Free Estimates.
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New private optometry practice look-
ing for someone to learn all aspects
of the practice, including protesting,
glasses, contact lenses, answering
phones, insurance, and more. No
experience necessary. Willing to
train. This position is part-time with
the option of increasing hours to
full-time as the practice grows.
Email resumes to
dremilywhitman@yahoo.com.


Sandy Ridge Care Center
is hiring C.N.A.s
2:00p 10:30p shift-one FT position
Also hiring for PRN and Part-time
Salary based on experience. Excellent Benefits
No phone calls please. Inquire within
5360 Glover Lane, Milton FL., 32570
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To evaluate Audibel's new BluWave Digital Signal
Processing Hearing Aids just introduced May 9th!


Are you, or someone you know struggling with hearing loss?

We need 73 volunteers who have difficulty hearing or understanding,
especially in noisy situations, to help us evaluate patient satisfaction
with the new BluWaveTM Digital Hearing Aids from AUDIBEL.

U.S. Hearing Aid Centers will perform Comprehensive Hearing
Consultations FREE of charge to all callers. We will then choose 73
qualified volunteers to participate in this program. Please call immediately
and schedule your evaluation to determine if you are a candidate for this
program. Candidates selected will be asked to evaluate for up to 30 days,
two hearing aids with the newest BluWaveTM digital technology available
in all sizes.

Volunteers obtaining 100% satisfaction will receive one BluWaveTM
hearing aid ABSOLUTELY FREE with the purchase of the first one at
MSRP. Participants will also receive a lifetime circuit warranty on any
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Hearing tests to determine candidacy will be held from:
June 2nd through June 30th.
Please call immediately. Spaces are limited.

P.S. Any participant who purchases a hearing aid will also receive a
5-year* supply of hearing aid batteries as a token of our appreciation.

Those interested must call today!


Call 1-866-283-4235
Rings to the location nearest you.


850-623-4232
5189 Stewart Street Milton
1209 Airport Rd., Ste 5, Destin 6400 North Davis Hwy., Pensacola
536 East First Avenue Crestview

WALK-INS WELCOME,
Office Hours: Monday Friday CREDIT CARDS & INSURANCE ACCEPTED
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