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Title: The Santa Rosa press gazette
Alternate Title: Milton press gazette
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Language: English
Creator: Santa Rosa press gazette
Publisher: Milton Newspapers, Inc.
Milton Newspapers
Place of Publication: Milton Fla
Publication Date: June 11, 2008
Copyright Date: 2009
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School start times to be set


By JENI SENTER
jsenter@srpressgazette.com
The School Board for
Santa Rosa County District
Schools will hold a work-
shop on Thursday at 4 p.m.
to discuss Capital Outlay
Projects, custodial contract
amendments, Community
School fees for 2008-2009,
school start/dismissal times,
and retirement bonuses. The
workshop will be held in the
main school board meeting


room on Canal Street.
Capital funding is man-
dated by the State of Florida
and the Santa Rosa County
School Board does not have
the option of using these
funds to cover operational
expenses. Taking that into
consideration, the public is
welcome to address the
board during the public
forum on any issue not cov-
ered in the regular agenda.
The board asks presentations


be limited to five minutes.
The board also would like
the public to know that
action can not be taken
immediately on input or,
requests. The agenda states
"Where appropriate, the
Superintendent and staff will
investigate your comments
and report back to you and
the school board."
Following the workshop,
the board will hold its regu-
lar school board meeting in


the Canal Street boardroom
at 6:30 p.m.
On the agenda for the
regular meeting is: a public
hearing regarding the 2008-
2009 Student Code of
Conduct; approval of the
Student Code of Conduct;
Assistant Superintendent for
Human Resources, Lewis
Lynn will make administra-
tive appointments; Assistant
Superintendent for
Curriculum and Instruction,


Tim Wyrosdick will address
the board regarding grants
and agreements including
agreements with Lighthouse
Christian Academy and
Good Shepherd Lutheran
School; Wyrosdick will
address the board regarding
FTE increase for The
Learning Academy; Steve
Ratliff, Assistant
Superintendent for
Administrative Services will
address the board regarding


recommendations made by
the Director of
Transportation; Ratliff will
address the board regarding
construction projects, bids,
changes, and status of con-
struction projects including.
kitchen/cafeteria construc-
tion at Gulf Breeze
Elementary School, a new
field house at Pace High
School, four classroom addi-
tions to Rhodes Elementary
See BOARD Page 4A


Missing teen



I" returns home


Red Cross is in the 'Red'


By JENI SENTER
jsenter@srpressgazette.com
The American Red Cross
of Northwest Florida
responded to two fires this
past weekend ending an
unprecedented month of
house fires and disaster relief
financial assistance.
Emergency food, clothing
and shelter were just some of
the services provided. In
some cases emergency men-
tal health and health care


were also provided.
During the month of
May, the local chapter
responded to a total of 17
house fires, depleting the
remainder of the Red Cross
Disaster Relief budget. The
$8,883 was spent on direct
financial assistance to
clients. To date, there is a lit-
tle over $6,200 in the disas-
ter relief budget.
Disaster Director for the
NWF chapter Ken Cromer


says this is a critical time of
the year for fires due to light-
ning strikes. "It is important
to be prepared, but also to
remember that every week
someone loses everything.
This is why it is important to
contribute, so we can contin-
ue to provide assistance
when disaster strikes. No
one is immune to fires, tor-
nados, and lightning," says
Cromer.
The American Red Cross


of Northwest Florida helps
people prevent, prepare for,
and respond to emergencies.
According to the local chap-
ter of the Red Cross, house
fires are, by far, the most
common disaster to which
volunteers in Northwest
Florida respond. During the
fiscal year of 2006-2007,
trained Red Cross volunteers
provided 246 families with
their immediate emergency
See HELP Page 4A


By BILL GAMBLING
bgamblin@srpressgazette.com
The 16-year-old boy
being sought in connection
with the disappearance of
Angela Leavitt was located
this morning in Pensacola.
According to Santa Rosa
County'Sheriff's Office Sgt.
Scott Haines, the missing
juvenile was located after he
contacted investigators by
phone following his return
from Texas via a Greyhound
Bus.
The boys was in good
condition and is currently
being interviewed by
deputies to determine if he
can provide any useful infor-
mation that will help locate
Leavitt or her two children.
Investigators currently


feel that the juvenile was
previously with Leavitt or
was planning on meeting
with Leavitt while in Texas.
Leavitt and her two chil-
dren, Damien, age nine, and
Haley, age eight, have been
entered into a national data-
base as being missing/endan-
gered.
This past Friday,
Leavitt's husband, Greg,
made a compassionate
please for the return of his
children.
"My main purpose today
is to get the story out about
my children," said Greg
Leavitt, who called a press
conference at the Santa Rosa
County Sheriff's Office to
deal with all the media at
See TEEN Page 4A


TEAM to develop


its marketing plan


By BILL GAMBLING
bgamblin@srpressgazette.com
Santa Rosa County is
ready to market itself to the
world.
Discussions have
focused in getting the county
ready to compete for jobs
associated with the new steel
plant and the new military
tanker project planned for
Mobile.
With that, commission-
ers agreed in Executive
Committee to move to
Thursday a proposal to allow
TEAM Santa Rosa to pre-
pare a marketing plan cost-
ing up to $200,000.
With this proposal there
will be a very strong flow of
input on the project in pro-
moting the best parts of
Santa Rosa County.
"We can't say that this is
going to be a success," said
TEAM Santa Rosa
Chairman Ed Gray. "But if
we don't try we will be right
where we are today.
"As a group we are look-
ing to get out of the box and
energize those in Tallahassee
and other investors to show
we have as much to offer as
parts of Alabama and
Mississippi."


The money needed for
this project would come
from the franchise fee fund
and meet the criteria for such
a targeted blitz effort.
All four county commis-
sioners in attendance were
very supportive of the proj-
ect, which will include
monthly updates and public
input.
Commissioner Gordon
Goodin also suggested that
Santa Rosa County take their
efforts one step further and
attend the military air show
in Farnsborogh, England
later this year.
"We have to go over
there ready to talk their lan-
guage," said Goodin. "Some
people can go over and tell
them about Santa Rosa
County, but no one can as
well as one of our own repre-
sentatives."
Some of the points
brought out during the dis-
cussion was recent test
scores released involving
Santa Rosa County third
graders, how the state's edu-
cation system has improved,
and the overall quality of life
locally.
Another strong point
See COUNTY Page 4A


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Gas prices are just tip of financial iceberg


By JENI SENTER
jsenter@srpressgazette.com
As the country sinks
deeper and deeper into finan-
cial crisis, Santa Rosa
County residents continue to
share the pain of nationwide
financial woes.
National gas prices rose
to an all time high on
Sunday, an average of over
$4 per gallon. Some eco-
nomic forecasters say the
price will rise to $5 by Labor
Day. The average price for a
gallon of gasoline in Milton


on Monday was $3.93, still
below the national average,
but local residents say they
have to choose between fill-
ing up their car and buying
groceries. "1 can't afford to
drive. I am mostly keeping
my truck parked unless I
have an emergency," says
Billy Booker of Munson.
"By the time I fill up the tank
to get to the grocery store
thirty miles away, I don't
have money left for food."
The minimum wage in
Florida is currently $6.79,


well over the Federal mini-
mum wage of $5.85. (On
July 24, the federal wage
will increase to $6.55.) If
filling up a 15 gallon auto-
mobile gas tank costs about
$58.'95 right now, a person
who works 40 hours per
Week at a minimum wage
job will spend over 21 per-
cent of their gross pay
(before taxes and deduc-
tions) on a single tank of gas.
Local residents say they
can't get to work because it
costs too much. "I had to


quit my job because it cost
too much to get there. I
drove 35 miles to work, and
then 35 miles back home. It
cost me a whole day's pay
just to put gas in the tank and
get to work every week,"
says Janice Kendrick, who
lives between Munson and
Berrydale.
The American
Petroleum Institute (API)
reports the nationwide aver-
age tax on gasoline is 47.0
cents per gallon as of
January 2008, up 0.1 cent


from July 2007. The federal
tax on gasoline is 18.4 cents
per gallon. The average state
gasoline excise tax is 18.2
cents per gallon. Other taxes
add 10.4 cents per gallon to
the average tax on gasoline.
These other taxes include
applicable sales taxes, gross
receipts taxes, oil inspection
fees, underground storage
tank fees and other miscella-
neous environmental fees.
Adding these taxes and
fees to the state excise taxes
See FUTURE Page 4A








Pane 2-A Santa Rosa's Press Gazetie Wednesday-June 11, 2008


SPEAK






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Monday, 10:16 p.m.
Yes, having sex offenders
in the area is nothing new. They
have been here for a long time.
There are already a lot here, but
it makes a godd story and stirs
people up just like this deal
with charging people extra for
an accident in the city of
Milton. I remember long ago
they charged an impact fee for
moving to Florida, which was
illegal and we eventually got
our money back. The lawyers
warned them about this.
Someone is going to get
zapped for this new fee eventu-
ally, good-bye.

Monday, 7:48 a.m.
As a non-resident of the
city and being forced to enter
the city to do county business I
stand the chance of being
assessed this accident user fee.
What is the legal recourse to
charge the county to recover
this fee?

Sunday, 2:48 p.m.
Yes, my name is Billy. I
moved to Santa Rosa County
in 1949. My house was on the
outskirts of Milton. My house
caught fire some years later and
I called the fire department of
Milton. They would not come
out and my house burned to the
ground. Now I see they charge
a surcharge on the residents of
the county if they have a wreck.
My question is, why don't peo-
ple in the county do business
somewhere else and let Milton
dry up? Thank you.

Sunday, 1:49 p.m.
This is Alice. To the
Gazette Editor, concerning
your remark about people not
being at the city council meet-
ing, I did not know about the
meeting and I don't know how
they advertise it. I didn't know
about the meeting, but if you
knew about it and being there,
why didn't you speak up about
the deluge of people who have
written in against it? Another
thing is the Tomahawk
Landing people are still using
the side of the road as their
parking lot. I hope they are
paying the city or county for
this.

Friday, 8:42 a.m.
This is Sharon. I am call-
ing about the fact you are going
to charge a fee for the people
outside of the city when they
have an accident. I think we
should put a toll road on every
exit on the outside of the city to
charge the people as they leave
the city for leaving. That way
we can start paying for things
we need outside the city like a
new sewer system and any-
thing else we might happen to
need.

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


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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
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):


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w/rolling hills, hardwoods, creeks,
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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
40 feet or more and less than 65 feet $87.75 $133.00
65 feet or more and less than I110 feet $103.75 $158.00
110 feet or more in length $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 Ist 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


Obituaries
of the First United Methodist
Church of Milton. She loved
spending her summers at
their summer house in
Vermont.
Mrs. Hellwig was pre-
ceded in death by her hus-
band-Eugene H. Hellwig,
Sr.
Survivors include her
son-Eugene H. Hellwig, Jr.
and wife-Jeanine of
Milton, FL; grandchildren-
Eugene H. "Tre" Hellwig III
and Ellys Elizabeth Hellwig,
both of Milton; two nieces
and two nephews.
A memorial service will


Hellwig, Gunborg
M.
1909-2008
Gunborg M. Hellwig,
age 98, of Milton, Florida,
died, Friday, June 6, 2008 at
a local hospital. She was a
resident of the Forsyth
House.
Mrs. Hellwig was born
September 19, 1909 in
Halmsted, Sweden to Einar
Larson and Milda Borgarson
Larson. She retired from
Publix Supermarkets, where
she was a cost accountant.
Mrs. Hellwig was a member


Five generations


Kylee Renee Martin was born December 17, 2007 at Sacred Heart Hospital, Pensacola, FL.
Kylee weighed 4 pounds 14 ounces and was 17 1/4 inches long. She is the daughter of Lee
and Amber Martin. Kylee makes the fifth generation from Letha and Curt Myers. Pictured
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Volunteers are needed


Have a passion for
butterflies? If so, you
may want to consider
becoming a docent for the
Panhandle Butterfly
House located in Navarre
Park. Volunteers are need-
ed to conduct tours of the
butterfly sanctuary, help
with special events, and if
you enjoy kids, work with
the Education
Coordinators on youth
programs. No experience
is required.
Training for
Panhandle Butterfly
House Docents begins
with an orientation given


by Theresa Friday,
Extension Faculty,
UF/IFAS Santa Rosa
County Extension. The
class will include infor-
mation on the butterfly
life cycle, native butter-
flies, butterfly gardening
and the docent program.
Orientation will be
held at the' Santa Rosa
County Tourist
Information Center in
Navarre Park, 8543
Navarre Parkway, in
Navarre on June 23 from
10 a.m. to noon.
Interested volunteers can
register by calling 850-
623-3868.
We only, require a
smile, good communica-
tion skills and a desire to
give back to the communi-


All programs and
related activities sponr-
sored for, or assisted by,
the Institute of Food and
Agricultural Sciences are
open to all persons with
non-discrimination with
respect ,to race, creed,
color, religion-, age, dis-
ability; sex, sexual orien-
tation, .marital status,
national origin, political
opinions, or affiliations.
For persons with disabili-
ties requiring special
accommodations, please
contact the Santa Rosa
County .Extension Service
at lease five (5) working
days prior to the program
so thai proper considera-
tion may be, given to the
request. ,
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be held in August in Newv
Jersey.
The family would like to
thank the staff of Forsyth
House for their compassion
and care they provided Mrs.
Hellwig.
National Cremation and
Burial Society is entrustedd
with the arrangements.
In lieu of flowers,
memorial contributions may
be made to the First United
Methodist Church of Milton.
Let the family know you
care. Sign the guest book
under news/obituaries at
www.srpressgazette.com.


COLLECTOR'S CORNER by ROBERT G. MCCLURE


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Wednesday-June 11, 2008


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Sheriff's Report


Santa Rosa County
Sheriffs Report from May
16, to May 24, 2008
Bone, Brandin James;
Male; 17; 455 Ryan Road,
Baldwin, MS; Out of State
Fugitive From Justice.
5/1708
Duray, Kyle Michael;
Male; 14; 2087 Hawthorne
Dr., Navarre; Burgl
Unoccupied Conveyance
Unarmed, Veh Theft-Grand
3rd Degree. 6/17/08
Jacobs, II. Jimmie;
Male; 31; 222 Hickory
Street, Ft. Walton; Battery-
2nd or Subseq Off. 5/16/08
Kimmons, Bryan Eric;
Male; 21; 5386 Old Berryhill
Rd, Milton; Missile Into
'Dwelling Veh Building or
Aircraft. 5/16/08
Mason, Leslie Amanda;
-Female; 28; 4265 Watermill
:Rd, Jay; Possess Cocaine,
Narcotic Equip-Possess And
Or Use. 5/18/08
McAlexander. Paula Jo;
Female; 56; 4459 Tamarind
Dr., Pace; Fraud-Make
Medicare Claim not
Authorized (3 cts.), Fraud-
Swindle Obtain Property
$50,000 or More, Neglect
Elderly Disabled Adult W/O
Great Harm (4 cts.), Forgery
of Alter Public Record
Certificate, Etc., (5 cts.),
Fraud-Utter False
Instrument (7 cts.). 5/16/08
Billuin, Joyce Ann;
Female; 58; 6904 Sea Turtle
Circle, Navarre; DUI, DUI
and Damage Property.
6/18/08
Brown, Daniel Shawn;
Male; 35; 5502 Rowe Tr,
Pace; DUI, Refuse to Submit
to DUI Test. 5/18/08
Childress, Lisa Rene;
Female; 24; 6942 Elliots Gin
Lane, Navarre; 5/17/0.8
Foster, Kenneth
Thomas; Male; 54; 10153
Eds Drive, Milton; DUI.
5/16/08
Walton, Jacob Scott;
Male; 20; 1629 Kauai Ct,
Gulf Breeze; DUI Alcohol or
Drugs 4th or Subseq
Offense, DUI and Damage
Property. 5/17/08
Charron, Joseph
William; Male; 41; 27000
Ashberry Lane, Pensacola;
DUI. 5/19/08
S Foskey, Jerry Laverne;
Male; 31; 7093 Templetom
Rd, Pensacola; Probation
Violation-Felony. 5/19/09
Mabire, Maria Rials;
Female; 37; 3344 Colonial
Oaks Dr, Pace; Probation
Violation Felony. 5/19/08
Salter, Eric Lavon;
Male; 35; 5314 Lowery Ct,
Fayetteville, NC; Larc-Theft
is $300 or More But Less
Than $5,000. 5/19/08
Wolff, Romeo Taylor;
Male; 18; 4639 Gregg Ave.
.Pace; Battery Touch or
Strike, Burgl W/Asslt or
Battery. 5/19/08
McNabb, Kenny Lee;
:Male; 22; 1504 East River
Dr, Margate, FL; Probation
Violation-Felony (4 cts.)
5/19/08
Johnson, Rachel
Lafaye; Female; 29; 2401 N.
Spring St., Pensacola;
Probation Violation-Felony.
5/19/08
Bradley, .Nathaniel


Dean; Male; 20; 5551
Schmidt Road, Milton, FL;
Marijuana-Possess With
Intent to Sell Mfg or Deliver
Schedule 1, Marijuana-
Possess Not More Than 20
Grams, Narcotic Equip-
Possess And or Use. 5/20/08
Wise, Michael Dwight;
Male; 28; 5414 Chipper Ln,
Pace; Probation Violation-
Felony. 5/19/08
Harris, Steven Michael;
Male; 23; 5570 Chantilly
Cir, Milton; Marijuana
Possess With Intent to Sell
Mfg or Deliver Schedule 1,
Narcotic Equip-Possess And
or Use. 5/20/08
Pinkney, Ronald Lee;
Male; 32; 4532 Brian Street,
Pace; Burgl Structure
Conveyance Unarmed
W/Person Inside, Veh Theft
Grand 3rd Degree.
Culotta, James Albert;
Male; 47; 2082 River Birch
Rd, Gulf Breeze; Sex Asslt
By 24 YOA Older Sex Batt
Victim 16 or 17 YOA,
Contrib Delinq Minor or
Dependency of, Marijuana-
Distrib Deliver to Under 18
YOA Schedule I. 5/20/08
Easley, Aron E; Male;
38; 815 Inez Street, Ft.
Walton Bch; Homicide-
Willful Kill Murder
Premeditated, Possess of
Weapon or Ammo By
Convicted Fla. Felon, Burgl
of Dwelling Unarmed No
AssIt or Batt, Larc-Petit 1st
Degree Property $100 to
Under $300. 5/20/08
Grimes, Cody Cole;
Male; 14; 78523 Treasure
St., Navarre; Operate Motor
Vehicle W/O Valid License,
Burgl Unoccupied
Conveyance Unarmed, Veh
Theft Grand 3rd Degree,
Resist Officer-Obstruct W/O
Violence. 5/20/08
Phillips. Sr., Jerry
Savoy; Male; 53; 7796
Highway 4, Jay; Possess
Marijuana Over 20 Grams,
Narcotic Equip Possess And
or Use. 5/20/08
Bowen, Michael Wayne;
Male; 32; 8710 Hiram
Pittman Rd, Milton; Burgl of
Unoccupied Dwelling,
Unarmed, No Asslt/Batt;
Dealing in Stolen Property.
5/21/08
Shdlton, Colt Loren;
Male; 24; 250 W. Lorraine,
Mary Esther; Damage Prop-
Crimp Misch $200 and
Under, Burg of Dwelling
Unarmed No Asslt or Batt,
Larc-Theft is $300 or More
But Less Than $5,000.
5/21/08
Williams, Marcus
Barnard; Male; 34; 7184 Pro
Ln, Milton; Obstructing
Justice-Intimidate Threaten
Etc Vict Witness Informant;
Aggrav Batt Cause Bodily
Harm or Disability (domes-
tic violence). 5/21/08
Gooden, Frank
Alexander; Male; 34; 5284
McAllister St., Milton;
Probation Violation-Felony.
5/21/08
Alexander, Jacob
Martin; Male; 22; 1329
Sterling Point Place, Gulf
Breeze. DUI. 5/20/08
Lebel, James Michael;
Male; 32; 8925 Hwy. 90,
Milton; DUI Alcohol or


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Drugs 2nd Off, Refuse to
Submit to DUI Test. 5/21/08
Daly, Paul Rex; Male;
34; Probation Violation-
Felony. 5/21/08
Decs, Jennifer Ann;
Female; 32; 4440 Oak Forest
Drive, Milton; Probation
Violation-Felony. 5/21/08
Riley, Isaac Daniel;
Male; 17; 2495 Salamanca
St, Navarre; Damage Prop-
Crim Misch Over $220
Under $1,000, Burg of
Dwelling Unarmed No Asslt
or Batt, Larc-Petit 1st
Offense, Narcotic Equip-
Possess And Or Use. 5/21/08
Shelton, Jessica Marie;
Female; 24; 250 W. Lorraine
Drive, Mary Esther; Fraud-
Illegal Use Credit Cards-Use
More Twice Obt Over $100
(2 cts.) 5/21/08
Johnson, Michael Ray;
Male; 37; 5108 Mary Street,
Milton; Battery 2nd or
Subseq Offense. 5/21/08
Cronk, Lydia Christine;
Female; 36; 79 Pine
Meadows Circle, Elmore,
AL. Probation Violation-
Felony. 5/22/08
Hinton, Ellis Roosevelt;
male; 64; 6158 Walter Ave,
Milton; Battery-Touch or
Strike (domestic violence),
Obstructing Justice-
Intimidate Threaten Etc Vict
Witness Informant. 5/22/08
Khune, Thomas Scott;
Male; 38; 5045 Ridgeway
Blvd., Milton; Fraud-Obtain
Controlled Substance by. (2
cts. 5/22/08
Rigert, John NMN;
Male; 41; 4313
Tchoupitoulas, New Orleans,
LA; Battery-Cause Bodily
Harm (domestic violence),
Cruelty Toward Child at
That Could Result in Phys
Mental Injury. 5/21/08
Simmons, Joseph Leroy;
Male; 24; 4601 Black Oak
Rd, Milton; Drive While
License Susp Habitual
Offender, Marijuana Possess
Not More Than 20 Grams.
5/22/08
Montoya, Mario Javier;
Male; 22; 8620 NW 30 F
Ave, Miami, FL; Burglary of
Conveyance. 5/22/08
Mitchell. Lani Jemish;
Female; 26; 9921 Ferrell
Park Ln, Navarre; DUI.
5/21/08
Vess, Ann Martin;
Female; 50; 5022 San
Miguel St, Milton; DUI.
5/22/08
Bostick, Jo Ann;
Female; 56; 4028 Popcorn
Rd, Milton; Burgi Dwelling
Unarmed No Asslt or Batt,
Larc-Theft is $300 or More
But Less Than $5,000.
5/24/08
Bowen, Michael Wayne;
Male; 32; 8710 Hiram
Pittman Rd, Milton; Damage
Prop-Crim Misch Over $200
Under $1,000, Burgl of
Unoccupied Dwelling
Unarmed No Asslt/Batt,
Larc-Petit 1st Degree
Property $100 to Under
$300. 5/25/08
Brewer, Dustin Ray;
Male; 18; 383 Helis,
Waggaman, LA; Drugs-
Possess Meth W/Intent to
Sell Manufacture Deliv,
Damage Prop-Crim Misch
Over $200 Under $1,000,


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Narcotic Equip-Possess And
or Use, Resist Officer-
Obstruct By Disguised
Person. 5/25/08
Cail, Crystal Loraine;
Female; 25; 4542 Bagdad
Park Ct, Milton; Battery on
Person 65 Years of Age or
Older. 5/24/08
Carnley, Myrtis
Annette; Female; 31; 3118
Hwy. 4, Jay; Possess
Counterfeited License Plates
Etc, Drugs-Possess Cntrl Sub
W/O Prescription. 5/23/08
Clayberger, Adam
Chad; Male; 19; 5750
Courtland Ln, Milton; Veh
Theft-Grand 3rd Degree.
5/26/08
Everett, John D; Male;
43; 1308 Highland Crt,
Petosky, MI; Failure to
Appear for Felony Offense.
5/23/08
Gonzalez, Jr., Rafael;
Male; 23; 5478 Hollow Oak
Ln, Pace; Probation
Violation-Felony. 5/25/08
Herman, Darren Allen;
Male; 24; 600 Locust Street,
New Haven, MO; Aggrav
Battery Person Uses a
Deadly Weapon, Robbery
With Weapon. 5/23/08
Hinson, Christopher
Lee; Male; 19; 4249
Spindlewick Dr, Pace;
Reckless Driving 1st
Offense, Possess Marijuana
Over 20 Grams. 5/26/08
Krueger, Curtis
William; Male; 46; 7112
Manatee St., Navarre;
Indecent Exposure in Public,
Resist Officer-Obstruct W/O
Violence, Possess Cocaine,
Narcotic Equip-Possess And
or Use. 5/23/08
Martin. Jr.. Maurice
Kent; Male; 26; 6401
Kennington Circle, Milton;
Damage Prop-Crim Misch
$200 and Under, Burgl of
Unoccupied Dwelling
Unarmed No Asslt/Batt,
Resist Officer-Obstruct W/O
Violence. 5/25/08
Mullins, Sean Patrick;
Male; 21; 7648 Chablis Cir,
Navarre; Fraud-Illeg Use
Credit Cards Use More 2
Times 6 Mos Obt Goods
Money $100 More. 5/24/08.
B.ungert, Mark Fred;
Male; 30; 6863 Stirrup Lane,
Milton; Trespassing
Construction Site, Larc-
Grand from Posted
Construction Site. 5/24/08


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addition to being one of the area's most
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Continued From Page One
once. "My son and daughter
are great kids, but I can
imagine they are pretty
scared and nervous right
about now."
Leavitt, who is 30 years
old, has been married to
Angela Leavitt for 10 years,
only realized something was
going on when Santa Rosa
County Sheriff Deputies
started their recent investi-
gation.
Leavitt's concern wasn't
Angela, it was his son, nine-
year-old Damien, and eight-


year-old daughter Haley.
He described his daugh-
ter as a good kid who is not
shy and will talk to anyone,
while Damien, who will turn
10 on June 16, is rather shy
and quite.
"I would like for him to
be here for his birthday,"
said Leavitt.
Several personal ques-
tions were asked by the
media concerning the
Leavitt's marital status and
any problems or issues the
couple were facing, but
Greg Leavitt was not going


County


Continued From Page One
brought up was our involve-
ment and interaction with the
military community.
Commissioner Tom
Stewart noted how dire the
need for businesses to locate
in the outlying areas near
Mobile for these two projects.
"A month or so back we
had a joint venture meeting
with Escambia County and
the chairman of Mobile
County, and he said they can't
sustain or fully support all the
secondary businesses con-
nected to their two recent
projects," said Stewart. "I
think we should look at build-
ing some projects and have
some ready to lease projects
as well."
As this project looks to
move forward, Commissioner
Don Salter noted the need to
have community involve-
ment.
"I am looking for us to
have public workshops so the
public can come by and see
what we are proposing," said
Salter. "And at the same time
get input from the public and
additional public informa-
tion."
In other economic devel-
opment news the commis-
sioners moved to Thursday's
9 a.m. agenda a bid to sell an
11 acre parcel in the Santa


Rosa Industrial Park to HCB,
LLP, the parent subsidiary of
Home Place Furniture.
When the sale is complet-
ed an investment of approxi-
mately $5,000,000 for the
building, plus a work force of
40 to 50 employees in the
next five years is planned for
this distribution center.
The roughly 11-acre par-
cel was proposed to sell at
just under $22,000 an acre.
Commissioner noted dur-
ing the meeting that recent
changes in the Impact Fee
have resulted in refunding
approximately $229,000
involving 11 subdivisions.
In other news, a big dis-
cussion was held over the
future of BT's Lounge, who
requested a waiver that would
allow them to relocate their
lounge.
Currently by code a
lounge or any establishment
selling alcohol must be 2,500
feet from a church or school.
This is the same ruling,
which affected the VFW Post
on Carroll Street a few
months back.
When questioned about
the distance from the new
building BT's wishes to occu-
py to the door of a neighbor-
ing church the distance was
approximated at roughly
2,100 feet.


to budge off his purpose at
the press conference.
"My main concern is to
see the return of my chil-
dren, and the other family's
child," said Greg Leavitt. "I
know Angela has things to
deal with and she needs to
come back to deal with those
and we will then look at the
other matters.
"I miss my children a
lot."
Greg Leavitt last saw the
kids on June 3 when Angela
came by a family members
house and told Greg she was


stopping by and would take
the kids home.
"I saw no sign of a prob-
lem," said Greg. "If I would
have known or possibly sus-
pected a problem I would
not have let the kids go with
her.
"I called the school the
next day and learned the
kids were reported absent."
Angela Leavitt, and her
two children are believed to
be in her 2005 Dodge
Durango four-door that is
gray in color with Florida
License number J77-6VI.


Help


Continued From Page One
needs of food, clothing, and
shelter. The local chapter spent
nearly $157,000 on direct
assistance for disaster victims.
Chairman of the Board for
the Red Cross Diane Connors
says she knows the communi-
ty values the services the Red
Cross provides and she hopes
they will step up to support the
relief efforts. "We are always
there in time of need; I know
that our communities want us
to continue to be there, says
Connors.
Sheri Frost, the CEO for
the American Red Cross says
the deficit in funds comes at a
bad time of the year. "We don't
normally see this many fires
affecting this many people this
late in the year. The downside
is that our disaster budget,
which normally carries us
through to the end of our fiscal
year, is nearly depleted," says
Frost. "As we enter hurricane
season we must replenish this
fund to ensure there is money
for hurricane response.
Shelters, mobile feeding and
client casework in support of
hurricane operations are not an
option. We must provide them
so we must raise the money to
re-supply the fund," Frost con-
tinues.
The Red Cross will be
holding a 'Clean Your Closets'


giant yard sale in August. You
can donate goods to this event
beginning on June 21. The
public can make drop-off
donations by calling
Ouidaintria Brown at (800)
773-7620. Items that cannot be
accepted due to safety reasons
are: toys, unless new and in the
box; inappropriate CD's or
DVD's; unclean clothing and
undergarments; hats; and
shoes. All proceeds from this
fundraising yard sale will go to
support programs and services
right here in Northwest
Florida.
The Red Cross says in
order to prevent a disastrous
fire in their home, the public
should prepare by making sure
their family has an updated
Family Disaster Plan, ade-
quate disaster supplies, and
make sure to have smoke
detectors installed and period-
ically check for proper func-
tioning.
The American Red Cross
also encourages families to get
ready for hurricane season by
building a kit, making a plan,
and volunteering. In addition,
this year the Red Cross is ask-
ing for your support for the
relief fund. You can make a
donation by contacting the
American Red Cross at 800-
773-7620 or on line at
www.yourredcross.org.


Board- I Future


Continued From Page One
School, phase 5 of the
cafeteria/kitchen project at
Dixon Primary School, the
construction of a weight
room at Central High
School, and storage building
and toilet renovation at
Milton High School.
The Press Gazette will
attend the meetings. Look
for a story detailing the
meeting and the workshop in
the next issue of the Press
Gazette.


Continued From Page One
results in a volume-weighted
average. API reports Florida
has the seventh highest gas tax
in the country; as of January
2008 Florida gas tax is at 51.6
cents per gallon. API's David
Mica says Florida will face
another increase in the gas tax
in January 2009. "The state tax
is comprised of several differ-
ent components. The State
Comprehensive Enhanced
Transportation System Tax
(SCETS) is currently at 11.6


cents per gallon. This increases
yearly depending on the
Consumer Price Index that is
released in November. The tax
will most likely only go up a
few cents," says Mica.
According to the National
Conference of State
Legislatures, officials in
Florida recently proposed gas
tax holidays, but a call to the
Florida Department of
Revenue to get confirmation of
the status of a possible tax hol-
iday was unsuccessful.


While the cost of everyday
life is increasing, unemploy-
ment on the national level rose
last month to 5.5 percent and
financial news outlets nation-
wide report the value of the
dollar is dropping.
Executive Director for
Workforce Escarosa Susan
Nelms says the unemployment
rate in Santa Rosa County for
April is 4.0 percent, up from
2.9 percent one year ago.
More can be found at
www.srpressgazette.com .


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CITY OF MILTON
ELECTION INFORMATION

Candidates for City of Milton Clerk and City
Council offices will be able to qualify for the
City Election beginning 12:00 noon, Monday,
June 16, 2008 through 12:00 noon, Friday, June
20, 2008.


that are available for qualifying in


The offices
2008 are:


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Youth Photography
welcomed in Show
The "Power of
Photography" show and con-
test is seeking youth photogra-
phy entries from students in
Northwest Florida for its 15th
annual benefit event for ARC
Gateway.
Young people under age
16 may enter as many photos
as they wish in the Youth
Photographer category to
compete against other youth
First place in Youth is $50,
second is $25, and third is $10.
Youth photographers may
also submit photos in any of
nine other topic categories
open to adults competitors in
this juried event. In addition to
the place awards, special pre-
mium awards will be awarded
for a total show purse of over
$2,500 in prizes and 74 rib-
bons.
Each photo entry requires
a $10 entry fee. The entry and
check-in date is Saturday, June
21, at ARC Gateway on 10th
Ave. in Pensacola. Youth pho-
tographers must show proof of
age on that date.
The POP show, sponsored
by the Wide Angle Photo Club
and major contributor Peoples
First Community Bank, will
be held at the Wright Place in
downtown Pensacola, July 11-
13. Rules, prizes, sponsor lists
and entry forms are available
online at www.wideanglepho-
toclub.org.

SR Medical Center
Jewelry Sale
The Santa Rosa Medical
Center Auxiliary is sponsoring
a Jewelry Sale on Thursday,
June 12, 7:00 a.m. 4:00 p.m.
and Friday, June 13, 7:00 -
4:00 p.m., in the corridor by
the cafeteria. You and your
friends are invited to this $5.00
jewelry sale. Proceeds go
toward medical career scholar-
ships and other outreach proj-
ects. Santa Rosa Medical
Center is located at 6002
Berryhill Road, Milton.

Free Plant Clinics
Having problems with
your lawn or plants? If so,
take advantage of diagnostic
plant clinics offered by the
UF/IFAS Santa Rosa County
Extension and the Santa Rosa
County Master Gardeners.
Plant clinics are now offered at
two Santa Rosa County
Extension Offices.
In Milton, the plant clinic
will be conducted every
Monday during the summer
from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the
Extension office located at
6263 Dogwood Drive, Milton.
In Gulf Breeze, the plant
clinic is conducted every
Tuesday from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.
year round. The clinic is held
at the South Santa Rosa
Service Center located at 5819


Gulf Breeze Parkway.
The Plant Clinic is not a
class or lecture. It is designed
to provide a place and time for
people to bring in samples of
plants for diagnosis. If you
have a plant problem that you
would like help with, bring a
sample of the weed, plant,
insect, etc. to the clinic. Be
sure to bring a fresh sample
that represents the problem
seen in your landscape. You
may also bring a sample of
your soil for pH testing or an
irrigation well water sample to
determine the salt content. A'
good sample will help us help
you. For information on what
type of sample to bring, please
call the Santa Rosa County
Extension Office at (850) 623-
3868 or visit our website at
http://santarosa.ifas.ufl.edu/la
wn garden diagnostic.shtml.


City of Milton
meeting
The City of Milton's
Historic Preservation Board
has been rescheduled to meet
Thursday, June 12 at 5:30 p.m.
in the Council Chambers at
City Hall, 6738 Dixon Street.
All meetings are open to
the public. For more infonna-
tion, contact the Planning
Department at 983-5440.


Milton Community
Center announces
creation of Senior
Committee
All individuals 55 years
and older are invited to the first
ever Senior Citizen Planning
Committee meeting that will
be held on June 24. The meet-
ing will begin at 10:00 a.m. at
the Milton Community Center.
Anyone who has a desire to
help develop programs and
activities for senior citizens is
welcome to attend. All com-
mittee positions are non-
salaried.
The main responsibility of
the group is to offer advice and
suggestions to the Recreation
Programs Coordinator regard-
ing programs and activities
that will directly benefit senior
citizens. Committee members
will be asked to help deter-
mine and access existing
resources in the City, which
may be utilized by seniors to
meet their needs. Assistance
from the team will be vital
when developing new ideas
and creating new programs.
Linsey Williamson,
Recreation Programs
Coordinator, said, "Our goal is
to provide beneficial and
enjoyable on-going programs
at the community center. By
forming the planning commit-
tee we will better understand
the needs of seniors in the
Milton area."
Deadline to RSVP for the


meeting is June 20. For more
information, call Linsey
Williamson at 850-983-5466
ext 208.

American Business
Association invitation
to June meeting
The American Business
Women's Association will
hold its June chapter meeting
at Zea's Restaurant, located at
605 E. Gregory Street on June
17, 2008.
This month, learn from
speaker, Debbie Ritchie, about
Managing Generational
Differences- Effectively. The
typical business leader is
"Baby Boomer" age and the
typical staff reporting to that
Baby Boomer leader is a
"Nexter" -the result: sparks
fly-differences in work ethic,
expectations, and job perform-
ance. Networking will begin at
5:30 pm and will conclude at 8
pm on Tuesday, June 17th,
2008. The cost is $18 for
Chapter members and $22 for
non-members. This price
includes dinner and non-alco-
holic beverages. A cash bar is
available. Seats are limited so
please call in and reserve your
seat today! You may RSVP via
email at
info(@)ABWApensacola.org or
call Stacey Kostevicki at
(850)980-6652.

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Dance wants you!
There are lots of lovely
ladies who need dance part-
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Dance. We need men who
come to dance.
Couples and ladies, we
still want you too that's
Saturday, June 14th from 7:30
10:00, at the EH Pullum
Senior Center, across the street
from the Navarre Library.
We will be dancing to the
music of Joe Occhipinti's Big
Band, playing a variety of
music, something for
Everyone's taste. Be sure not
to miss it. Bring snacks for the
refreshment table. Soft drinks
and Punch will be provided.
Tickets $8 in advance/$10 at
the door. Call 936-1644 for
information, or stop by the
center to purchase your tickets.
Prepare for a hurricane
season with a good breakfast
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7:00 10:30 am, we'll be
serving your favorite, pan-
cakes with bacon or sausage,
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whole family for a delicious,
inexpensive family breakfast.
By popular demand,
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great company at a great
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Capital Outlay


Workshop
The School Board for
Santa Rosa County District
Schools will hold a workshop
to discuss Capital Outlay
Projects, Custodial Contract
Amendments, Community
School Fees for 2008-09,
School Start/Dismissal Times
and Retirement Bonuses, on
Thursday, June 12, 2008 at
4:00 p.m. in the main school
board meeting room at 5086
Canal St. in Milton.

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Day
The Bagdad Waterfront's
Partnership Program is spon-
soring a Assist A Neighbor
Day on Saturday, June 14,
from 6 until 10 a.m. at
Milligan House/Museum on
Church Street. Volunteers
needed to help in yard clean-
ing and clearing debris and
shrubs. Please bring gloves
and yard tools.

MHS Class of 1978
Reunion
The Milton High School
Class of 1978 will hold their
30th Reunion on Saturday,
August 9th, 2008 at Heritage
Hall in the Seville Quarter.
For information, send an email
with your contact information
to mhs 1978reunion.aol.com
or contact one of the commit-
tee members:
Alma Pearson 850-698-
0989
Bill Baker 850-554-4670
The cost is $50 per per-
son, which includes dinner,
door prizes and entertainment.
Please make your reservation
as soon as possible to assist
with the planning process.
Checks can be made out to
MHS Class of 1978 and
mailed to: MHS Class of
1978,40 W Nine Mile Rd. #2,
PMB 102, Pensacola, FL
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6A Wednesday, June 11, 2008 The Santa Rosa Press Gazette Milton, Florida


OUR VIEW


Let every



voice be heard

Santa Rosa County has a lot of big decisions in its future.
Unfortunately, we have reason to be concerned after
watching a recent county commission meeting.
If the commissioners want to do away with Robert's
Rules of Order, that's fine.
But if you throw the rulebook out the window, please
don't open it up to meet your needs.
When a fellow commissioner wants to ask a question,
allow that consideration of the commissioner instead of
telling him he is out of order when you don't think he agrees
with you.
Elected officials, at every level of government, ultimate-
ly work for the taxpayers.
No matter how frustrated leaders might get at a couple of
individuals, they must remember they people have a right to
be that way.
It was almost laughable to watch a deputy move as one
or two individuals moved Monday inside the Santa Rosa
County Commission Chambers.
As long as we have been covering the county commis-
sion meetings there have been very few instances win which
someone had to be "removed" or, worse yet, arrested.
Witnessing the entire event on a request for a variance,
we can see why a citizen wanted to see a vote by roll call.
They were probably as confused as the rest of us. There
were three motions on the floor without a second at the same
time.
And, as you read this, the commissioners still have not
voted on the first one.
It was agreed, at the suggestion of the county attorney, to
let staff decide if the requested action would lead to a con-
flict of the county's liquor ordinance.
Depending on measurements, a decision will be handed
down.
Even the terminology used made one feel like you were
at an NFL game waiting for some guy in the booth to make
a ruling via instant replay.
There are going to be many more heated issues ahead
this year and if a little discussion on a variance request is
going to start this, then everyone should pack themselves a
sandwich for later this year.
We might even suggest you enjoy a Dagwood since
there will be plenty of fat chewing from the five at the podi-
um.
Decisions hitting 150,000-plus citizens will not always
be cut and dry.
It may not be the easiest decision to make, but it is one
which should be made with courtesy, class, and dignity.
The key is to give citizens every chance to talk and let
them make their statements.
If you are going to take away their right to speak simply
because they might disagree why not take our Constitution
and fold it into a nice triangle before we chuck it in the
garbage?
It would have to take an act of God to get any random
group of 300 or 500 to agree on a single issue. It might not
be the easiest thing to do when you don't agree initially, but
doesn't every citizen deserve the same courtesy and respect?
The making of law...at any level...isn't pretty. That can be
said anytime you are taking action that will effect many. Still,
those "many" have a right to be heard.
It takes a special person to be an elected official. You
must be willing to do what you feel is right, while allowing
everyone the opportunity to tell you how wrong they think
you are. It's a thankless job. We respect those willing to do it,
but remind them they must always be willing to be criticized.


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Numbers to ponder
FM: Ray Johnson
Milton, Fla.

Dear Editor,

According to the Santa Rosa
County General Fund (Tax
Revenue and other sources) the
following amount was given to
three cities in Santa Rosa County
with no strings attached; there-
fore, the funds went to the City
General Operating Fund, in part,
paying for Fire, Police, EMS and
Secretarial Service.
Aid to Municipalities: FY
2008 October 01, 2007 to
September 30, 2008

Gulf Breeze: $223,716.00

Milton: $116,410.00

Jay: $17,850.00


In addition, the state of
Florida gave Milton $220,000.00
for road repairs. Keeping in mind
that this is all tax money.
The Aid to Municipalities
funds are taxes from all Santa
Rosa County residents. The state
road funds are taxes from all
Florida residents. Therefore; the
statement put forth by defenders
of Milton, "that only city resi-
dents pay for the roads, Police,
EMS and Secretarial Service" is
just not a true statement but
skewed to make it appear that
Milton city residents carry the
burden alone.
Then add to the road funds
the per gallon tax for gas sold in
the Milton city limits. People
other than Milton residents buy
gas and pay to maintain the city
roads.
Lets not forget that the city


of Milton does not maintain fed-
eral, state and county roads. So,
when we remove these roads,
there is not much left except side
streets that service housing
neighborhoods.

Father's Day
FM: Raymond Johns
Milton, Fla.

Dear Editor,

To me, Father's .Day should
be on Sunday, every year. Here's
why.
A father is:
The begetter of a child -
Jesus
The first male parent God
A man who creates or origi-
nates somethign
The founding fathers
The first person of the trinity
Not a lesbian


A venerable man
An influential or powerful
person who is the recipient of
emotions usually reserved for a.
father. :'
And so, there is a lot to be',.
said about being a father.
Because he will discipline with
rightousness because God said
it's the right way. A father knoAs
that sometimes he must spank "
his child and not give into every.
thing they shouldn't have.
That's love. Sometimes you
have to turn your back, else how,
will they leam from mistakes.
A father will try his best to
lead his family to God, if he real'
ly loves them.
Anybody can be a deadbeat
dad that won't pay child support
or show his children love. but a
father is every child's hero.


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department can't and won't pass an audit-that's
a more urgent problem than just saying we
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'Highway accident over weekend


iPress Gazette staff reports
Two teenagers and an
indi' dual from Jay died
in t,, [' car accident
Saturday afternoon at the
intersection of
Chumuckla Highway and
Mineral Springs Road.
Pronounced dead at
e scene of the accident
was 17-year old Louvina
Rosetta Rutledge of Pace
and her passenger
Michael E. Rutledge, 19,
of Mobile along with 65-
year-old Leonard R. Lail,
b Jay.
-- According to Florida
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Rutledge was southbound
on Chumuckla Highway
just north of Mineral'
Springs Road when she
dirbve off the highway.
She failed to maintain
control of her vechile and
6ver corrected.
Louvina Rutledge's
rotated counter clockwise
aud traveled into the
northbound lane of
Chumuckla Highway. Lail
swerved in an attempt to
avoid contact, but both


vehicles made contact on
the east shoulder of
Chumuckla Highway.
None of the parties
involved were wearing
seatbelts in the accident
and toxicology results are
pending on both Louvina
Rutledge and Leonard
Lail.
Futher details will be
released as they become
available.
In another separate
accident over the week-
end.
A 15-year old from
Navarre was transported
to Sacred Heart Hospital
Thursday night when his
ride went awry.
Michael S. Messner is
listed in serious condition
after he fell off the car he
was riding on.
According to Florida
Highway Patrol Trooper
,Willie P. Rittenhouse,
Dylan M. Hoy, 16, of
Navarre, was travel south-
bound on Avenida De
Soto with Messner riding
on the outside of he car
(trunk lid).
Hoy began to make a


left turn onto Elegance
Court and Messner lost
the hold on the trunk lid
and slid off the trunk and
onto the roadway,
Hoy pulled over to the
south shoulder of
Elegance Court as did
Messner.
Trooper Rittenhouse
charged Hoy with having
a passenger riding on
exterior of vehicle, allow-
ing a passenger to .ride on
exterior of vehicle, and
violation of learner's
restrictions.
A passenger in the
vehicle, Savannah Bolton,
16, of Navarre, was not
injured in the incident.

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After 10 years, the Alternative Health Food Store maintains its leadership role in scope and quality of service


By OBIE CRAIN
ocrain@srpressgazette.com
It was 10 years ago this
month that the RGH
Alternative Health Store
was chartered and opened
for business at its present
location at 5533 Highway
90 in Pea Ridge and began
serving the alternative
health needs of customers
throughout the community
and beyond.
Today the store contin-
ues in its timely tradition
of meeting those needs
under the same manage-
ment originally put into
place by owner Natural
Health Consultant Jimmie
D. Hill, Ph.D. who has
over the years as CEO ulti-
mately overseen the store's
operation and scope of
services.
Only its more conven-
ient and expanded offer-
ings and updated inventory
of the latest discoveries in
the Natural Health field
have changed.
Well, not exactly. Other
changes have been incor-
porated into the manage-
ment structure as well,
including the addition of
Dennis Reynolds to the
staff. Dennis, who came to
the store as a result of a
career realignment, is a
valuable addition to the
staff that will facilitate the
customer service structure.
Over the years, as the cus-
tomer base enlarged, so did
the need for more person-
nel.
Dennis is certified by
the American Botanical
Council (ABC) and the
National Training Institute
(NTI) as an Herb
Information Specialist as a
result of a rigorous ABC
Herb Information course of
study.l
This designation is
based on the successful
program completion using
the "ABC Clinical Guide


Herb Information Specialist Dennis Reynolds is now on staff
at RGH Alternative Health Store in Pea Ridge. He invites you
to come by and see what they now have to offer in the store.
Dennis is a friendly kind of guy that would be happy just to
meet you and make a new friend. (Photo by Obie Crain.).


to Herbs" and covers all
aspects of the herb indus-
try, including history, regu-
lation, trends, and science.
Dennis is also currently
enrolled in the Doctor of
Natural Health program at
Clayton College of Natural
Health.
It's interesting to note
the impact of the accredit-
ing agencies. The
American Botanical
Council is the leading non-
profit education and
research organization dis-
seminating science-based
information promoting the
safe and effective use of
medicinal plants and phy-
tomedicines.
Founded in 1988, ABC
works to educate the pub-
lic, health care practition-
ers, media, and govern-
ment agencies on the safe
and effective use of medic-
inal plants and phytomedi-
cines.
Assisting customers


make educated natural
health choices has always
been the number one prior-
ity of the management and
staff at RGH Afternative
Health Store. And after 10
uninterrupted years of
service, it's still considered
a major factor in the suc-
cess the store has achieved
and sustained, according to
Natural Health Consultant
Hill, Ph.D.
In keeping with the
alternative health care
experience and the latest
discoveries of research and
development in the field,
RGH Alternative Health
Store is moving briskly
ahead in its offerings and
services. And it is flom this
natural growth of ten years
of continuing volume of
business ancdthe increased
demand for (non medical)
natural health consulting
that the major addition to
the staff was effected.
Veteran Store General


RGH Alternative Health Store owner Jimmie D. Hill, Ph. D. (right) and Store General Man-
ager Deanna L. Gilmore (left) are familiar faces that you probably already know. Both
wish to remind you that the difference you will immediately recognize between Alternative
Health Store and many other vitamin and health supplement stores is the service you
receive and the apparent genuine interest each customer generates from his or her visit.


Manager Deanna L
Gilmore who has been
with the store over the
years as one of its initial
employees remains in that
position. And you can rest
assured that you're being
served by professionals
when you visit the store.
Anyone that has a hand
in assisting you at RGH
Alternative Health Store is
one who not only knows
the products, but is experi-
enced in handling it as
well. They are not only
professionals in the sense
that they have excelled in
the industry, but are prac-
ticing a vocation they love
and in which they take
great pride.
In addition to the great
selection of organic frozen,
refrigerated, and packaged
foods and snacks, the store
has an educational center
that is equipped with the
latest information on
Natural Health to help you


make wise decisions when
purchasing vitamins, herbs,
and Homeopathic supple-
ments. There's a wide vari-
ety of books and printed
material on natural health
that's also available.
Inquire about them.
Dr. Hill offers (non
medical) natural health
consulting by appointment.
A consultation with Dr.
Hill is an educational ses-
sion that will help you
build your own health
through Natural Health
Assessment.
Put yourself on the path
to a healthier and happier
you by visiting the
Alternative Health Store.
It's within driving distance
from most anywhere, and
there's never a parking
problem. Store hours are 9
a.m. to 6 p.m. Monday
through Friday and from 9
a.m. to 3 p.m. on Saturday.
Or call (850) 994-3606
for an appointment if you


would like a Natural
Health Consultation with
Dr. Hill. And you're wel-
come to come by to
browse before you buy. It's
one of the most well
stocked stores you'll find
anywhere with a compre-
hensive inventory that's
sure to contain whatever
you're looking for in the
way of vitamins, minerals,
herbs, natural health books,
and alternative health
foods.
And Dennis would be
pleased to meet you, too.
Just remember that you're
welcome any time and that
their slogan, "Where edu-
cated natural health choic-
es are made" not only
describes the physical
premises, but the scope of
comprehensive services
available, too.
Give them a chance and
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WEDNESDAY

June 11, 2008
Section B


Former Milton softball standout Heather Green scores her first professional touchdown for the Pensacola Power this past
Saturday in a 38-12 win over the Emerald Coast Barracudas Saturday at Escambia High Schoo;l's Emmitt Smith Field. The Power
(5-2) hope to clinch their eighth consecutive NWFA Division title in their season finale against the Gulf Coast Herricanes.
Press Gazette photos by Bill Gamblin






Green- hits back


1 Former Lady Panther hits back at life on gridiron


By BILL GAMBLING
sports@srpressgazette. comn
Heather Green is back on top of the world, but at one
point the 2007 Milton graduate didn't know when she was
going to reach this point.
Just before her graduation Green signed a scholarship to
play softball at Okaloosa-Walton College and was rear-
ing to go, but Just like the best-laid plans can
go awry, her future got dr,iiled.
"After about t.'o kck, after I
signed my sclIar lh,|' ,'.\ei (hi-
summer I got ck." ji d
Green, who v.as diagni..sed
Grave's Diseaic one -.um-
mer ago. "I baicalli haid
to give my ,Lholarship .
away since I hlt .11 '
pounds and c.uldn"'
play."
Green's doctor
was afraid she .co Id -o o
suffer a heart attack
if she tried to g o out
on the field to pla .-7
softball for the Lad ,
Raiders.
But her dctr didn't
even fathom hat Green
would do in bet ture -"
"I could Ie gone ,-,,i
back to O ix -C. but .
their team i. / ,
already set," ad '
Green. "So I dec ided
to try out ft-r the .
Pensacola Poe er
"I played po. der
puff in high school air d
became good friend.
with Sonia; '
Kirchharr, w hN .o [ V
was the quariel- [ -, "
back." '
For Green. I
the year h1a.
been something.
she will never C 'P
forget as. she
scored her fir-t i
touchdown, art
eight-yard toss

LaKeisha -
Johnson, thi
past Saturda., .
against the .
Emerald Coa-t '

give the Po 'i
a 16-6 lead.
"It wa. .'- :,
exciting to
catch my first
touchdown '.
said Green. '1 ."
have caught a
few two po:nt .
conversions til.-
season, but it
felt good to get
that first toulI--
down."
For Green
and her team- '
mates it has. ,
been a slov
start to the
season as .. '.
the Power L ".A


went 0-2, before reeling off five straight wins heading into
the season on June 21 in Mobile against the Gulf Coast
Hurricanes.
"We are a very young team with a lot of rookies and a lot
of injuries," said Green. "Once we got through the first cou-
ple of games things started to come together for us.
"I love it and play every position if I could,
S.butn obiouslB I can't
But the speedN~' ide out and
-phit enlld 0, detC-i'L .1 C.ItL '

S" N.\ momn kne" I
V ". notedd to pla. k football
since high school, but
didn't behlcee me till I
told heo I %%as on the
team," admitted
Green "Then %hen I
told hel she %das
Like, oh god. ou're
A 2oing to get hurt
She mntght
take a fe% hils.
but Green has1
a I ahead \ ex peri-
ence on of the
biggest hits of hei
oung e life.
No- site is hitting


Weekley ties for


fourth at St. Jude


By BILL GAMBLING
sports@srpressgazette.com
Milton's Boo Weekley
made a strong push in the
final two rounds of the
Stanford St. Jude
Championship at TPC
Southwind in Memphis this
past weekend to eventually
finish in a tie for fourth with
Sergio Garcia, Padraig
Harrington, and Alex Cejka.
Weekley, who missed
the cut at the Memorial,
rebounded Thursday with an
opening round low of 5-
under par 65. He closed his
opening round with a birdie
on No. 18 to take a one
stroke lead over Tommy
Armour III.
During the first round
Weekley needed 28 putts and
sank a 20-footer on the first
hole to get this started as his
only bogey came on the
fourth hole as his tee shot
landed in a bunker and ended
with him misreading a par
putt from six feet out.
Weekley bogeyed the hole
all four rounds except for
Sunday's final round.
Weekley would lose the
lead lead after carding a 75
on Friday to bring him to
even par, but the former
Panther fought his way back
as he ended up missing the
playoff by one stroke, at 3-
under par at 277.
Justin Leonard won the
Stanford St. Jude
Championship in a playoff
Sunday with a 19-foot birdie
on the second extra hole to
beat Masters champion
Trevor Immelman and
Robert Allenby.
Leonard held a one
stroke lead heading into the
final two holes of play, but
fell into the three-way play-
off.
Heath Slocum finished
at 2-over par 282 tie with
Bob Tway, Bart Bryant, Jeff
Maggert, Davis Love III,
Armour, Kenny Perry,
Stuart Appleby, Omar
Uresti, Glen Day, and Brett
Rumford.
Slocum's best round of
the tournament came on day
two when he carded a 67
amid the strong winds.
Weekley, Slocum, and
Bubba Watson will all three


Weekley
be playing in the 2008 U.S.
Open at Torrey Pines in San
Diego.
Weekley will be paired
with Spain's Miguel Angel
Jimenez and Japan's Shingo
Katayama. They will tee off
from the first tee Thursday
at 10:39 a.m. local time and
the 10th tee on Friday at
1:09 p.m.
Slocum will be playing
wiht Australia's Rod
Pampling and Sweden's
Niclas Fasth. This trip will
tee off from the 10th hole
Thursday at 10:28 a.m. and
from the first tee at 12:58
p.m. on Friday.
Watson will start his play
on Thursday afternoon at
12:47 p.m. Thursday from the
first tee and on Friday from
the 10th tee at 10:17 a.m.
Playing with Watson
will be J. B. Holmes of
Orlando and Brett Wetterich
of Jupiter, Fla.
In other golf news, Ben
Bates finished in a tie for 48
at even par with Spencer
Levin, Nick Malinowski,
and Michael Henderson at
the Nationwide Tour event
at the Rex Hospital Open at
TPC Wakefield Plantation
in Raleigh, N.C.
Scott Gutschewski won
the tournament carding a
14-under par 270 for the
event to claim the winners
share of the purse by two
strokes over Esteban
Toledo.


Camping with the Tigers

Three Jay High football players are experiencing a football
skills camp at Louisiana State University this week. (pictured
left to right) Brian McGee, junior; Dale Barlow, senior &
Dakota Boughton, senior, left for the week long camp on
Saturday. LSU, hosting the camp, was the 2008 National
Football champs.
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Santa Rosa's Press Gazette

Sports


Lcos] iity Sp!orts'~ ~e


Gospel Project Standings
End of Season


Pre-Tee League


East
Pandas
Ponies
loeys
Kits

West
Pups
Tigers
Tads
Colts

Pr
East
Noles
Caness
Jaguars
Wildcats
Trojans


W L
7 6
5 9
4 8
0 14


ro-Tee League
WL
10 2
9 3
7 5
6 7
1 12


West
Dawgs
Tides
War Eagles
Vols
Gators

Tee Ball Le
American
Bengals
Jets
Raiders
Titans
Chiefs

Nationals
Cowboys
Seahawks
Bears
Rams

World
Ravens
Bucs
Dolphins
Broncos
Saints
Homeruns: Josh
Zach (Bengals)
(Bengals) 1,


Red Wi
Stingray
Patriots
Lightnir
Warrior


10,


Phillies
Diamondbacks
Expos
Reds


National W L T
Marlins 12 1 0
Mets 9 5 0
Padres 7 7 0
Angels 2 11 0
Homeruns: Jacob W. (Phillies)
1, Blankston (Phillies) 2,
Danniel (Diamondbacks) 3,
Chris (Expos) 1.

Dizzy Dean Freshman


Blue Jays
Yankees
White Sox
Red Sox
Tigers
Pirates
Homeruns:
Jays) 2.


W L T
12 3 0
12 3 0
8 5 0
7 8 0
3 10 0
0 15 0
Mitchell (Blue


Dizzy Dean Sophomore


league
W L
17 0
12 4
5 11
4 13
3 14


Angels
Diamondbacks
Cubs
Red Sox
Astros
Braves
Homeruns: C.
(Angels) 5, Brad
Ryan (D-backs)


W L T
11 2 0
10 3 0
8 5 0
8 6 0
3 12 0
1 13 0
Jimenez
(Braves) 2,
2, Dylan


(Cubs) 1, Steven (Cubs) 1,
Darrin (Red Sox) 1, Andrew
(Red Sox) 1, Justin (Red Sox) 4.


Girls Minor League


W L T
16 1 0
13 3 0
9 7 1
2 14 0
2 15 0
(Bengals) 3,


1, Logan L
Christian S
Mrquise N
F
P


Minor League
W L
ings 9 1
ys 6 5
6 5
ng .4 6
rs 2 10


Little Major League
American W L T







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Robins
Hawks
Larks
Pelicans
Jays
Kiwis


W L
11 4
9 6
9 6
8 7
6 8
2 12


Dizzy Dean junior I
W
Liberty 13
Storm 11
Monarchs 9
Freedom 6
Power 3
Sparks 2


League
L T
1 0
4 0
6 0
9 0
11 0
13 0


Girls Major League
W L
L. Arabians 15 0
L. Buckskins 9 5
L. Palominos 6 8
L. Mustangs 6 8
L. Broncos 3 9
L. Stallions 2 11


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Bennett C and Kathy EF
Russell Memorial Golf
Tourney: The eighth annual
Bennett C. and Kathy F.
Russell Memorial scholarship
Golf Tournament will be held
June 20 at the Moors Golf
Club in Milton.
Sponsorships and team
slots are still available.
Entry forms are available
a t
www.santarosa.kl2.fl.us/sref
or you can call 983-5006 for
more information.
Futbol Club of Santa
Rosa Summer Camp:
Futbol Club of Santa
Rosa Soccer Summer Camp
Director of Coaching Louie
Sahin will be holding two
summer camp sessions. The
dates are:
July 28-31 Session
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.fcsantarosa.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 tour-
nament JIly 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 fol-
low.
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.


Jay Summer Basketball
Camp: Jay High School will
hold its summer basketball
camp June 23 through June
26 at the Jay high Gym.
Boys Varsity Basketball
Coach Lance Youngblood
will be the instructor.
There will be two session
this season wth first through
fourth graders going from 9
a.m. to 11:30 a.m., while fifth
through eight grades will run
from 2 p.m. to 4 p.m.
This camp is $40 and will
sress fundamentals and game
play.
The camp is open to boys
and girls.
For more information call
Jay High School at 675-
4507.
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.
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, con-
tact Coach Paul Swanson at
4 8 4 1 3 0 3,
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.
Milton seeks players for
youth sports: The city of
Milton parks and recreation
invited all children grades K-
8 to participate in youth sports
this summer.
You can register your
child- for football or youth
basketball Monday through
Friday from noon to 8 p.m. at
the Milton Community
Center.
Youth basketball summer
season begins June 16. The
cost per child is $35 which
includes aa jersey. Football
season starts August 1. the fee
is $95 if your child needs a
jersey or $75 if the player
has a jersey that fits and is in
good condition.
For more information call
983-5466, ext. 209.
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.comr
East Milton Rummage
Sale. East Milton Youth
Association will hold a rum-
mage sale Saturday July 12
from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the
ball park.
EMYA is currently.
accepting donations for this
yard sale.,
All proceeds will go to,
EMYA for the kids.
For more information or
to make a donation call 723-
7493.
P.IC Tennis Camp:
Tennis Camps at PJC will beJ
une 23 to June 27, July 7 to
July 11 and July 14 to July 18
at the Milton campus.
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. -
Minimum class size is six
students.
For more information or
to register call 484-1797.
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
Needed. The East Milton
Youth Association is looking
ofr a qualified soccer direc-
tor.
Qualified people interest-
ed should inquire at
www.eastmiltonyoutlr-
sports.com.
Pace Patriot Football
Camp: Pace High School
will hold it's 14th annual
football 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
instruction, 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.kl2.
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 on
ball handling, shooting, pass-
ing, basic offense and defen-
sive principles, a three-poi0t
competition, competitive
games and team play.
For more information call
.995-3600, ext 1158 or e-mail
pippinc@mail.santarosa.k12.f
1.us.
Stetson University
Hoops Camp: Derek
Waugh/Stetson University
Boy's Basketball Camp flron
June 22 to August 6.
For dates and more infor-
mation you can contact
Stetson University at 386-822-
8101 or visit them on the web
at www.stetson.edu/hoop-
scamp.
More activities can be
found at
www.srpressgazette.com.
Look for the box called
'Things to Do'.


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Vacation Bible

School schedule for

SRBA churches


Below are the Santa Rosa
Baptist Association's
churches' times, address,
phone number and curricu-
lum that will be scheduled
for Vacation Bible School
this summer!

June 16-20
Bagdad First 5:30-8:30
.pm, 4636 Forsyth St.,
Bagdad -623-8897
Outrigger Island
Berrydale 9:30-11:30
am, 6730 Hwy. 4, Jay 32565
-675-0808 -Outrigger
Island
Calvary 9:00-11:30 am,
5405 Calvary Church Rd.,
Milton -623-6569 -Cactus
Canyon
Cora 8:30-11:30
am, 12953 Chumuckla Hwy,
Jay -675-4264
Outrigger Island
Ferris Hill 6:30-8:30
-0m, 6848 Chaffin St., Milton
-623-3500 -Cactus Canyon
Hickory Hammock 8:00 am,
Noon, 8351 Hickory
Hammock Rd, Milton -623-
8959 -Outrigger Island
Milton First 9:00 am-
Noon, 6797 Caroline St.,
Milton -623-3122-Outrigger
Island
New Life 8:30-11:30
am, 6380 Bayberry St,
Milton -626-1859 -Cactus
Canyon
Pine Level 6:00-8:00
pm, 3300 Pine Level Church
Rd., Jay -675-4319 -
Outrigger Island
Pleasant Home 9:00 am-
Noon, 8500 Pleasant Home
Church Rd., Holt -957-4440
-Outrigger Island

June 23-27


Blackwater 5:30-8:30
pm, 11689 Munson
Hwy, Milton -957-4044 -
Outrigger Island-Kick Off
Registration is Sunday, June
22nd.
Immanuel 9:00 am-
Noon, 4187 Hwy. 90, Pace -
994-6152 -Outrigger Island
Jay First 5:30-8:30 pm,
14113 Alabama St., Jay -
675-4587 -Outrigger Island
Navarre First 8:30 am-
Noon, 9302 Navarre Pkwy,
Navarre -939-3424 -
Outrigger Island
Pine Terrace 8:30 am-
Noon, 6212 Pine Blossom
Rd., Milton -623-3954 -
Outrigger Island
Santa Rosa Shores 9:00
am-Noon, 3153 Gulf Breeze
Pkwy, Gulf Breeze -932-
9128 -Outrigger Island

July 7-11
Olivet 9:00 am-
Noon, 5240 Dogwood Dr.,
Milton -623-2780 -Outrigger
Island

July 21-25
Billory 9:00 am-Noon,
8162 Stillwater Cove,
Navarre -623-2780
Outrigger Island
Harold First 9: 0 0 am -
Noon, 10585 Goodrange
Dr., Harold -623-0300 -
Outrigger Island
Floridatown 6:00-8:00
pm, 3851 Diamond St.,
Pace -994-8090 -Outrigger
Island


July 28-Aug.
Woodbine
8:00pm 4912
Rd., Pace
Cosmic City


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 start-


ing tonight, 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.


Juneteenth Celebration

& Health/Wellness Fair


The Bethlehemn
Primitive Baptist Church
will host their 2nd Annual
Juneteenth Celebration &
Health/Wellness Vendor
Fair.
Juneteenth today, cele-
brates African American
freedom while encouraging
self-development and
respect for all cultures. Our
mission is to promote and
cultivate knowledge and
appreciation of African
American history and cul-
ture.
Certain foods became
popular, and subsequently
synonymous with Juneteenth
celebrations such as straw-
berry soda-pop and more tra-
ditional and. just as popular
was barbecuing.
The "Juneteenth
Celebration" will be held at
The Bagdad Community
Center, School Street,
Bagdad, Florida (off Old
Bagdad Highway) June 14
2008 from 10:30 a.m. to 6
p.m.


Health Vendors will do
many lectures on diseases
affecting our bodies today-
lupus, sickle cell, HIV/AIDS
and obesity. We encourage
you to come out and learn
about Juneteenth!
Health Vendors will be
set up from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m.
to pass out information and
talk to you about health
issues affecting those of the
African American communi-
ty and other cultures.
There will be FOOD
concessions, Games, Music
and more throughout the day.
Please bring your lawn
chairs, set up your tents, and
plan to stay for a day of fun
and fellowship.
Please call 850-776-
1292 or 850-983-2499 or
email srb632008@bell-
south.net or bethlehemp-
bc@yahoo.com if you would
like to participate as a ven-
dor, be part of the entertain-
ment for the program or for
additional information.


Stephanie Leavins

in concert Sunday


5 : 0 0 -
Woodbine
-994-6169 -


Stephanie Leavins will be in concert on Sunday. June 15,
Father's Day, at 10:30 a.m. at New Faith Church of the
Nazarene in Milton. The services are temporarily being held
at Berryhill Elementary School, located at 4900 Berryhill
Road. A warm and friendly invitation is extended to every-
one for this special service. For more information, call 626-
0696.

Clothes Closet open
The Milton First Assembly of God Clothes Closet will
be open to the public Friday, June 13, from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m.
at 6163 Dogwood Drive. It is open to those in need of
clothes.

Remember to pray for

our Military


i Ask the Preacher
"* ... ...a weekly column answering your
S questions with Biblical answers about life.

Dear Pastor Gallups, "What about all the people in
the world who have never heard of Jesus?" "Surely God
wouldn't send innocent people to Hell?"
J.K., Pensacola
Dear J.K., I do not remember exactly where I got the
outline of the answer that I will give you in this article so
I will not take credit for it. But I do believe it will help you
and the readers understand this issue.
People often express disappointment in the gospel
message, erroneously thinking that it condemns innocent
pagans in distant corners of the world. If God could con-
demn such people to eternal punishment "just because"
they had never heard of or believed on His Son, then He
must be unjust.
At first, this seems like a difficult question and the
perfect argument against Christianity. However, it is
based on wrong assumptions. The Bible is very clear in
the answer.
The first incorrect assumption is that of innocence.
Jesus clearly said that we are "condemned already"
because of our sin nature. (John 3:16-19) The Bible also
says that ALL have sinned and fallen short of God's per-
fect glory. (Romans 3:10). No one is ever innocent before
Holy God.
The second wrong assumption is that of ignorance.
(Romans 2:14-15).
Every one of us is born with some knowledge of right
and wrong. Without the Bible, we cannot know the whole
will of God, or the truth about His Son Jesus Christ, but
we are not left in total ignorance. We all have a con-
science, which rebukes us when we sin, but we choose to
sin, regardless.
Impossibility is the third erroneous assumption-
that people cannot be led to knowledge of Christ except
through a missionary or in a church service. However, the
Bible is clear that this is not always the case. Abraham
received a personal call from God Himself. On top of this,
the Bible says that God has spoken to everyone through
creation: (Romans 1:18-23).
God has also spoken through conscience. Everyone is
born with a God-consciousness (Romans 2:15) and
(Ecclesiastes 3:11)
The biggest heartache to me is that there are millions
upon millions who have heard, who have access to Bibles
and preachers and churches who will perish, not in the
dark, but in the light! Some of those live right here in
Milton and Pensacola.
Cadr 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


Homecoming Sunday
Victory Life Church, located at 7235 Hwy. 90 East
Milton, will be having their annual Homecoming Sunday,
June 15, at 10:30 a.m. and 6:30 a.m. Pastors Fred and Karon
Taylor will be ministering in the morning service. Prophet
Paul Tafoya will be ministering in the evening service. Come
be with us and celebrate Jesus.

Naomi's Table to meet
The next meeting of Naomi's Table will be June 16,
beginning at 10:30 a.m. Subject is a about the dangers of drug
use and how to recognize the symptoms. Anyone 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.
Chumuckla United Methodist Church is located at 9475
Chumuckla Highway, about 1/2 mile north of Farmer's Opry.
If possible, please R.S.V.P. so we may have a headcount for
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TIME PERIODS SET FORTH Santa Rosa County, Florida
ABOVE, ANY CLAIM FILED Probate Division the address of
TWO 2) YEARS OR MORE AF- which is 6865 arolina Street
TER THE DECEDENT'S DATE Milton, Florida 32570. The
OF DEATH IS BARRED, names and addresses of the
The date of first publication of persona representative and the
ANNOUNCEMENTS this notice is June 11, 2008. personal representative's attor-
ANNUNMENTSney are set forth below.
Attorney for Personal Represent- Air creditors of the decedent
1100 Legal Advertising alive: and other persons having claims
1110 Classified Notices /s/ Patrick G. Emmanuel or demands against decedent's
1120 Public Notices/ Patrick G. Emmanuel, Esq. of estate on whom a copy of thi
Announcementsis Emmanuel, Sheppard & Con- notice is required to be served
Announcements on must file their claims with this
1130- Adoptions Attorneys for Personal Repre- court WITHIN THE LATER OF 3
1140 Happy Ads sentative MONTHS AFTER THE TIME OF
1150 Personals Florida Bar No. 22634 THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF
1160 Lost 30 S. Spring Street THIS NOTICE OR 30 DAYS AF-
1170- Found P.O. Drawer 1271 TER THE DATE OF SERVICE OF
1170 Found .- Florida A COPY OF THIS NOTICE ON
1 -"-i" l ITHEM.
Telephone: (850) 433.6581
Teephne 50All other creditors of the dece-
SPersonal Representative: dent and other persons having
/s/J9seph Randall Broxton, Sr. claims or demands against
..,. ,1-104. ., Joseph Randall Broxton, Sr. decedent's estate musl file their
13 North Sunset Boulevard claims with this court WITHIN 3
Gulf Breeze, Florida 32561 MONTHS AFTER THE DATE OF
Legal 6/227 THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF
Legal 6/227 061108 THIS NOTICE.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT 061808 ALL CLAIMS NOT FILED
FOR SANTA ROSA 6/227 WITHIN THE TIME PERIODS
COUNTY FLORIDA PROS SET FORTH IN SECTION
SBATE DISIONRD -733.702 OF THE FLORIDA
File No. 57-2008-CP-154 Legal 6/228 PROBATE CODE WILL BE FOR-
Division: EVER BARRED.
Division: NOTICE OF PUBLIC SALE NOTWITHSTANDING THE
IN RE: ESTATE OF TIME PERIODS SET FORTH
MARIE ROSE SCHIESSER Notice is herb en that on ABOVE, ANY CLAIM FILED
BROXTON7/1/0 SCHIESSER 1 0 am. The TWO YEARS OR MORDEAF-
lowing vehicle s will be sold for TER THE DECEDENT'S DATE
Deceased. Towing Storage & Labor OF DEATH IS BARRED.
charges. Year: 8 Make: The dote of first publication of
NOTICE TO CREDITORS CHe' this notice is June 7, 2008.
VIN #:
The administration of the estate 1GCFG25R2W1004854 to Attorney for Personal Represent-
of Marie Rose Schiesser satisfy Labor Services, repair, a I aive:
Broxton, deceased, whose date towing And storage charges. si Ann Sombat y
of death was December 22, The vehicle will e sold tor mbathy
2007, is pending in the Circuit $4826.02. Vehicle is ris- Attorney for Holley DeZenzo
Court for Santa Rosa County, tered to: B & T CONSTR C- Florida Bar No. 0009740
Florida, Probate Division the TION INC DBA MARGLO Isle, Sombathy & Sombathy
addressofwhich is6865 taro- 700 N MAIN ST PO BOX RA
line Street, Milton, Florida 38 ALLEGA, MI 49010 P.O. Box 430
32570. The names and ad- 434 Magnolia Avenue Zp
dresses of the personal repre- Lienholder: 32401
setaiv ad hePanama City, Florida
sentative s attndthe personal Interested Parties: RPR CON- 32402-0430
representative's attorney are set T O 32402-0430
forth below. TRACTORS Telephone: 850 769-5532
All creditors of the decedent 1728 TURNKEY OAK DR. Fax: (850) 785-5852
and other persons having claims NAVARRE, FL 32566 PersonalRepresentative:
or demands against decedent's Huoale Dereenaie
estate on whom a copy of this Pursuant to F.S.713.585 the HollDeZenzo
notice is required to be served cash amount of $4826.02 oll!y Deezno
must file their claims with this would be sufficient to redeem 491gBelle Ridge Lane
court WITHIN THE LATER OF 3 the vehicle from Lienor. Any in- partmen t 102O
MONTHS AFTER THE TIME OF terested parties have a right to Pace, FL J32571
THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF a hearing prior to the sale fil -
THIS NOTICE OR 30 DAYS AF- ing a demand with the Clerk of 061108
TER THE DATE OF SERVICE OF The Circuit Court in County. 061808
A COPY OF THIS NOTICE ON The owner has the right to re- 6/61
CTHEM. cover possession of the vehicle
All other creditors of the dece- by postinaa bond pursuant to--
dent and other persons having F.S. 559.9 7 and if sold the
claims or demands again proceeds remaining froa the Legal 6/623
decedent's estate must file their sale will be deposited with the
claims with this court WITHIN 3 Clerk Of The Circuit Court for IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
MONTHS AFTER THE DATE OF disposition Lenor reserves the THE 1ST JUDICIAL CIRCUIT,
THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF to bid.Lienor:FLEETPRO IN AND FOR AND FOR SANTA ROSA
THIS NOTICE. COMMERCIAL INC. COUNTY, FLORIDA
ALL CLAIMS NOT FILED 5811 MYRTLE RD MILTON GENERAL JURISDICTION
WITHIN THE TIME PERIODS FL 32583 850 623 2224 DIVISION
SET FORTH IN SECTION CASE NO: 07-339-CA-01
733.702 OF THE FLORIDA 061108
PROBATE CODE WILL BE FOR- 061108 U.S. BANK NATIONAL ASSO-
EVER BARRED. 6/228 CITATION AS TRUSTEE FOR
CREDIT SUISSE HEAT 2005-9
NOTWITHSTANDING THE Legal 6/613 PLAINTIFF
VS.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
1IST JUDICIAL CIRCUIT F0 ROY C. STRICKLAND; KATHY
THE STATE OF FLORIDA IN LYNN STRICKLAND; ANY AND
Do Something AND FOR SANTA R6SA ALL UNKNOWN PARTIES
COUNTYFLORIDA CLAIMING BY THROUGH
PROBATE DMSION UNDER AND AGAINST THE
GoodFor File No.: 08-97-CP HERE NAMED INDIVIDUAL
DEFENDANTS) WHO ARE
r1 r IN RE: ESTATE OF NOT KNOWN TO BE DEAD
Tomorrow OR ALIVE WHETHER SAID UN-
ROGER WADE HARRIS KNOWN PARTIES MAY CLAIM
*REC C AN INTEREST AS SPOUSES
R Y NOTICE TO CREDITORS HEIRS, DEVISEES, GRANTEES
REC CL OR OTHER CLAIMANTS;
The administration of the estate MORTGAGE ELECTRONIC
TY of Roen r Wade Harris, de- REGISTRATION SYSTEMS
TOD AV cease, whose date of death INC.; JOHN DOE AND JANE
SU LA a was March 28 2007 is pend- DOE AS UNKNOWN TEN-
ing in the Circuit Court for ANTS IN POSSESSION


DEFENDANTS)


NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN pur-
suant to an Order Granting the
Motion to Reset Foreclosure
Sale dated June 2, 2008 en-
tered in Civil Case No.
07-339-CA01 of the Circuit
Court of the 1st Judicial Circuit
in and for SANTA ROSA
Co unty MILTN, Florida, I will
sell to the highest and best bid-
der or cas at THE NORTH
FRONT STEPS of the SANTA
ROSA County Courthouse,
6865 CAROLINE STREET, MIL-
TON, Florida, at 11:00 a.m. on
the 16 day oft July, 2008 the
following described property as
set forth in said Summary Final
udoment to-wit:
t0 t 9, ALHAMBRA
TOWNHObSES, SECTION
4, TOWNSHIP 3 SOUTH,
RANGE 29 WEST AS RE-
CORDED IN PLAT BOOK C
PAGE 198, OF THE PUBUC
RECORDS bF SANTA ROSA
COUNTY, FLORIDA.
Any person claiming an interest
n the surls rom the sole. i
oendens must file o claim
within 60 days ofter the sole
Dated this 3 day of June, 2008.
MARY M. JOHNSON
Clerk of the Circuit Court
CIRCUIT COURT SEAL
By; J. Watkins
Deputy Clerk
IN ACCORDANCE WITH E
AMERICANS WITH DISABILI-
TIES ACT persons with disabili-
ties needing a special accom-
modation should contact
COURT ADMINISTRATION, at
SANTA ROSA County Court.-
house at 1-800-955-8771
ITDDI or 1-800-955-8770, via
Florida Relay Service.
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June 20 & 21
1 8am until 2pm
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8am until ?
SALE AT THE
YARD SALE SHOP
5400 Dogwood Dr./
Park Ave.
Stuff cbag for
a$1.00
8am-3pm
YARD SALE
Baonner Avenue,
off Sanders Street
Fri. & Sat.
June 13th & 14th
7am until 3pm
YARD SALE
GRAND OPENING
Martin's Gift World
5395 Brian Samuel Lane
8am-6pm,Sat. 6/14
Balloons and hot
dogs for all.


3250
Double D Farms
Silver King Corn and
other seasonal vegeta-
bles. Also availabTe our
famous onions. 8858
Hwy 89 North at Allen-
town Florida Closed
Sunday. 983-6925 or
293-9752



Do you Experience
Anxiety?
There are answers in
this book. Buy and read
Self Analysis by L. Ron
Hubbard. Price $15.00.
Hubbard Dianetics
Foundation (813)
872-0722 E-mail
cofstampo@gamil.com



2 burial plots at Memory
Park Garden of Prayer.
Save $1,000 will sell
both for $1600,
Side by side.
Call 623-6481.
Leave message.
AIRLINES ARE HIRING
Train for high paying
Aviation Maintenance
Career. FAA approved
S program. Financial aid if
qualified Job placement
assistance. CALL Aviation
Institute of Maintenance
(888)349-5387.
ATTEND COLLEGE
ONLINE from Home.
*Medical, *Business,
*Paralegal *Computers,
*Criminal Justice. Job
placement assistance.
Computer available. Fi-
nancial Aid if qualified.
Call (866)858-2121,
www.CenturaOnline.com


Dust Collector
System 3 hp 220V
1800 CFM. 1 micron fil-
ter, bags includes pipe,
hose and gates.
623-4242 $500.
FOOD SAVER
Box never opened. $80.
(cost $129.) 994-7609

FOR SALE
CHEAP
8 foot, oak,
upholstered,
church pews.
623.-0969
NOW AVAILABLE!
2008 POST OFFICE
JOBS. $18-$20/HR.
NO EXPERIENCE PAID
TRAINING, FED BENE-
FITS VACATIONS. CALL
80o6)910-9941 TODAYI
REF #FL08.
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
WANTED TO BUY
Rabbit Cages.
All sizes needed.
623-6089

..2 .


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



ADVERTISING SALES
Reps and/or Managers.
Up to 50% comm., gas,
cell, renewals. Tele-
marketing support.
Northwest Publishing.
(866)732-9164
AWESOME FIRST
JOB! Now hiring moti-
vated sharp individuals to
work and travel entire
USA. Paid training.
Transportation lodging
furnished. Calf today,
Start tomorrow.
(877)646-5050
BankCard Managers
National Processor needs
experienced Sales profes-
sional to manage team.
Is t-yr potential
trial $J39,576. Lifetime
Vested Residuals.
[888)637-2426 x227
ODE X.
BODYGUARDS -
COUNTER ASSAULT
TEAMS Needed/USA
AND OVERSEAS
$119-$220Kyear.
Bodyguards $250-$750
a day 18 or older. (651)
885-8960 ext 300
www.lnternationalExecuti
ves.net
CARE GIVER NEEDED
to take care of my
Mother. Part time or
possible full time
employment.
982-0139
Collect up to $250/wk
of Unemployment Insur-
ance] If you are unem-
ployed and haven't filed
a claim we can assist you
today. Start collecting Un-
employment Insurance by
calling (800)482-87611


Christ United Methodist Women
One Day Flea Market
Saturday, June 28th
20x20 space for Garage
Sale Items for $15.00
Table $5.00
Proceeds go to Missions
Hours 7-3 Set Up 6:30
Chll Pam Combre at
287-0648


CASEY'S NURSERY

& LANDSCAPING
Nursery Wide Pre Summer

GIANT SALE
Roses & Oleanders 25% OFF!
Fruit, Shade & Ornamental Trees 20% OFF!
Japanese Maples, Shrubs & Vines 10% OFF!
3851 Avalon Blvd. Milton FL 32583
850-623-8109


Driver
Need Driver
*Home every night
*35 per mile
*$10.00 drop/pick up
[Average 30 minutes)
oTradtor trailer
experience a must
*Clean MVR
Call 850-626-8578
Driver Trainees
Needed. No CDL?
No Problem Earn up
to $900/wk. Home
weekends with TMC.
Company endorsed
CDL Training.l
1-866-280-5309
Driver-BYNUM
TRANSPORT needs
Qualified drivers for
Central Florida Local &
National OTC positions.
Food grade tanker, no
hazmat, no pumps, great
benefits,competitive pay

Sears experience.
Drivers:
ATTN: DRIVERS Sicn-On
Bonus 35-42 cpm Earn
over $1000 weekly
Excellent Benefits
Need CDL-A
& 3 mos recent OTR
(800)635-8669
Get Crane Trainedl
Crane/Heavy Equip.
Training. National
Certification. Placement
Assistance. Financial
Assistance. Georgia
School of construction.
www.Heavy5.com Use
code "FLCNH" of call
(866)218-2763
HVAC Tech Trainingl
Heat up your career No
Exp needed. Get Nation-
ally Certified in 3.5
weeks... Local job place-
ment asst. financing
available Classes start
nowl -(877)994-9904
Installation/Maint/Repair


MECHANICS: Up to
$20 000 bonus. Keep
the Army National Guard
Rolling. 'ix Humvees
Strikers, etc. Expand ,
your skiIs through career;r
(raining. Bi a ;ld;er
1-800.GO-UARDF or,. c,
mechanic.

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- ,
erred. Please fax resumes,
to (850)983-0970 Or
mail to: 5962 Berryhill
Rd.
Milton, FL 32570
NEED EXTRA
MONEY?
Summer job. Part time
CDL bus driver needed .'
623-5457
Night Shift
Manager needed. 6
months fast food experi-
ence required. Call for
appointment. 626-5675 :
No Truck Driver Ex-
perience- No Problem.
Wil-Trans Trucking Will
Teach You How to Drive.
Company Sponsored
CDL Training. Be OTR in.
Three Weeks. (888)
368-1205. Must be 23.

OPTOMETRIC TECH
& RECEPTIONIST
New private optometry
practice looking
for someone to
learn all aspects of
the practice, including
pre-testing, glasses,
contact lenses, answer-
ing phones, insurance,
and more. No experi-
ence necessary. Will-
ing to train. This posi-
tion is part-time with
the option of increasing
hours to full-time as
the practice grows.
10-1 --. uniu


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CERTIFIED RRE FIGHTER: City of Milton,'
6738 Dixon St., Milton {$29,205.76 Annually},'
(850) 983-5400 / Fax (850) 983-5469.
Reqs: Fl. Cert. Firefighter, HS Diploma,
current Fl Vehicle Operator's Lic.
Apps can be obtained at City Hall or on our
website www.ci.milton.fl.us.
Applications are being accepted for
the purpose of establishing a register.
EOE, ADA, and DFWR CIpse: June 20.



3

WITH A STROKE,
TIME LOST IS BRAIN LOST.



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PROVIDED BY THE HUMANE SOCIETY OF THE UNITED STATES


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Tractor Service
From trimming to tractor work
Bushhogging Dirt Work

SClean-ups Raking
W Hauling Mowing
Reasonable Rates Free Estimates
(850) 623-0493 Cell: 485-7977
Licensed & In..ured


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Santa Rosa's Press Gazette


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REAL ESTATE FOR RENT
61e00 Business/
Commercial
6110 Apartments
6120 Beachi Renltals
6130 Condo/Townhouse
6140 House Rentals
6150- Roommalte Wanted
6160 Rooms for Rant
6170- Mobill Honle/Lot
6180- Out-of-Towa Rentals
6190 Timesiare Renlals
6200 Vacation Rentals



Milton Office Space
for lease.
4-Offices, various sizes
$350 & up includes utili-
ties. 850-2554004
OFFICE SPACE
Office/retail space for
lease. Sm./Med. sizes
available. Reasonable
rates. Great Highway
90 location, Milton. Call
Steve @ (850)341-1952



1 BR/1BAon Hwy
89/Dogwood. CH/A,
water, sewer & garbage
included. $400/mo.
$400/dep. Available im-
mediately. Call
292-9645
MILTON & PACE
2/1. Each is all ceramic
tire. Stove frig. & laundry
rc m. $575. per month.
In ludes water sewer &
tresh pick-up. Non smok-
ini environment.
626-2928
ilton
1 BR furnished, partial
el tric paid & water.
New carpet/tile.No
dugs. Laundryroom, pool,
s taking distanceto
stores, restuarants.
$ 50/mth plus deposit.
B Lgad$100 off.
Emerald Sands
712-9968
Milton
T1B/1BA apartment.
Great for single adult.
Total electric.Water and
garbage pick up in-
cluded. No pets.
$500mo/$400dep
623-5697
(leave message)
Milton 2/1 unfurnished
n4 dogs. Water paid.
Laundry room, pool,
walking distance to
stores, restaurants, etc.
$550. month,
$350-$550 dep.)
Emerald Sands
712-9968
Milton
Apartments
Efficiencies, 1 Bdrms,
2 iBdrms. $350 Dep.
1 Pt month rent only $450
foa any apartment.
N' DOGS! Mention this
ad for discount prices.
7 2-9968
Milton
Eficiency All utilities
paid. No dogs. Walking
distance to stores,
restuarants, etc. Laun-
dryroom, in r..ujrnd swim-
I pool. 1 ."-. month/
$500. dep. Bring ad
$00 off. Emerald Sands
71 2-9968
W MEETS OLD
Fr shly, remodeled
1,1 with laundry room &
ivate drive. Convenient
Fo Downtown. $495. mo
(E50)333-8598
Pace
271 apartment in
Wa-Mart area.
$525. month/$300.
deposit. 623-5062
Ppce/Mulat
1 1 spacious apartment.
L4ts of privacy. $295.
mbnth, $295. dep.
95-4335
9 Waterfront
Apartment
2 bedrooms, total electric
v th Jacuzzi and built-in
B$Q pit. White stone
fifeplace.(furnished or un-
ftnished, etc. Call
6-8973


1 e6130Z
FL port
The Palms Of
r Freeport
ow available for Lease
o Purchase Affordable,
E sy Commute Commu-
ny Playground, & Pool!
2R T.5 BA. Cal
other of Jeff
8 0-835-0191


*3/2 Home
5320 Anthony Ave., in
Milton $900.
*3/2 Home
6710 Cedar Ridge Cir.
in Milton $1,000
*4/2 Home
6934 Kelvin Terrace in
Pensacola $1,000.
*3/2 Home,
4821 Makenna Cir. in
Pace. $1,200.
*4/2 Home
7035 Marissa Point Rd,
in Milton. $1,300.
*2/2 Home
7867 S Airport Rd. in
E. Milton. $795.
*3/2 Home
6569 Starboard Dr. in
Milton. $850.
Santa Rosa Realty
623-0077
4 bd 2.5 ba Home
only $325/mo! 2 bd 1
ba only $199/mo!
5%dn, 20 yrs @8% APR
For Listings & info
(800)482-9419.
5324 Hamilton
Bridge Road.
3/2, 1600 sq. ft.,
240 sq. ft. utility room.
Screened Porch/car port.
No pets. Non-
smoking environment.
References & credit
check. $1000. rent,
$1000. dep. 572-2477
Bagdad
Charming 1/1 on 1/3
acre. Includes trash pick
up, gas, washer/dryer
and awn care. $575.
month $300. dep.
(850)313-1300
Military & Senior
discount.
Chumuckla
Brand new, 3/2 house
on one acre. $950.
month/$500. dep.
232-5680
HOUSE FOR RENT
2 bedrooms central heat
& air. 994-5023
Milton
2/1 home. Close to all
schools. $325. month,
$325. dep. 995-4335
Milton
2BR 1BA
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
Clean 2/BR 1/BA,
stove, ref. No pets,
non-smoking environ-
ment. Berrhill area.
$695/renf $600/dep.
994-5946


ONLINE
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. Coal 850-723-3499
Milton/Bagdad
4/2 modular home. Very
nice with large, fenced
yard. Lots of privacy.
650. month/$650.
dep. 995-4335



Navarre -
2 story, 4 br, 2V2 ba,
2150sf home on large
natural lot in beautiful,
quiet waterfront neigh-
borhood. 9' ceilings sep-
arate living & dinining
rooms, eat-in kitchen. La.
whirlpool tub & separate
shower in master bath.
*$1800mo. Call 850
261-0322, or 685-8048
leave message.
Pace
4/2 $1,275
Thousand Oaks, Avail.
June 15, 08.
850-826-0832
Recession Special
One year introductory of-
fer. Water view house in
Perdido. Weekly-Daily
rental. Convenient to Or-
ange Beach & Johnson
Beach. Access to public
boat-ramp and picnic
area. (850)333-8598


East Gate Road
Milton
Roommate Wanted- Bath,
house privileges. Internet,
satellite, washing facili-
ties. No pets, children,
heavy drinkers. Smokers
welcomed. Own trans-
portation, job. $300 mrno
100 de osit. Phyllis @
50-626.6009


S 6170
2 bed/1 bath
Mobile Home For Rent
Garbage furnished.
$550 month, $550 dep.
554-2388 or 626-3454
2/1 with front kitchen.
Total electric., etc. East
Gate Mobile Home
Ranch. 623-8973
Avalon
2/2 on Avalon Blvd.
Call 626-8973
E. Milton
2/2 on private lot.
7945 Kamie Court. Total
electric. No pets. $550
month $300 dep. Bay
Crest Realty 994-7918
E. MILTON
3/2 mobile home.
Minutes from 110, quiet
area with fenced yard.
Non-smokin environ-
ment, no pets. $600.
lease, references &
deposit. 418-0783
FEMA MOBILE
HOMES. 3/1. East
Gate Mobile Home
Ranch. 626-8973
Jay/Milton/Pace
Rentals 2 & 3 bed-
rooms. $400-$650 per
month.Section 8/Hud ac-
cepted. Call 994-5703
Milton
2/1 In Pollard Park
Total electric. No pets.
$450. month/$200.
deposit. Water and gar-
bage included. Bay Crest
Realty. 994-7918
Milton
Quiet Clean Park
Rent includes water, gar-
bage and lawn service.
No Pets.
2/2 for $500/mth.
Call 6984582
Milton
Several Mobile Homes
2/BR totally renovated.
Ranging in price
$30 /mth to $500/mth
$200/deposit. No pets.
Lots also available
983-7259 or 368-7506
North Milton
Quiet & Clean 3/2,
CH/A Covered porch.
$495/mth includes
water, arebae & sewer.
$495/qeposf.
623-9902
Off Avalon Blvd
2/BR, covered entry, all
electric, CH/A, just re-
modeled. Water & gar-
ba included.
$425/mth $300/dep.
No pets. 623-8753
Pace
1/1 in park.
$435/mth $200/dep.
No pets.Water and
garbage furnished.
Bay Crest Realty
994-7918
Pace
Hamilton Bridge Road
3/2. Electric, central
heat & air, fenced yard,
outside storage garbage
furnished. $506 month,
$300 dep. References
and credit check.
Non-smoking environ-
ment. No pets.
572-2477
Very nice 2/2 mobile
home on 1 acre wooded
lot with 2 large porches.
516-1575 or 623-9680
W. Milton
3/2 DW on private lot.
5096 Ridgeway Blvd.
Total electirc. No pets.
$700 month, $300 dep.
Bay Crest Realty
994-7918
WATERFRONT
5234 San Migel, Avalon
Beach/Milton. 1 bed-
room, large living room,
non-smoking environ-
ment, no pets. Excellent
for military or couple.
$400. month plus
deposit. 473-5510


IRH iTig. CtilIfor S1.%I I. fill'~


ii Wrel 434-0066


REAL ESTATE FOR SAE
7100- Homes
7110 Beach HOime/
Property
7120 Commerrcial
7130 Conido/Townhoose
7140- Farms & Ranches
7150- Lots and Acreage
7160- Mobile Homes
7170 Walterfront
7180 Investment
Property
7190 Out-of-Town
Real Estate
7200 TImeshare




Bank Repos!
3bd 2ba Home only
$350/mo! 4bd 2.5ba
Home only $400/mo
5%dn, 20yrs @8/oapr!


l-or Listings/In
(800)482-941

FORECLOSU
Buy 14 bd Ho
$199/mo Fin
Available! 5%
@8%aprl For
info (800)482

HOLLEY BY
4/3, 2000 sc
story, totally re
$182,500.7


t thi
Nava
2 story 4 b
2150st hom.
natural lot.
separate livir
rooms, eat-in
whirlpool tub
rate shower
bath. Beautiful
terfront nei
PriceA to vI


| 7150
JAY
40 acres
Looks like your in the
Smokey Mountains with
rolling hills, large oaks
and a beautifu/creek.
$6,900 per acre. May
divide. Owner financing
possible. (850)623-1288




Pace
Newly remodeled 1997
28 X 60 Doublewide
manufactured home on a
F uiet cul-de-sac lot in
ondor Estates in Pace.
All Brand New, roof, tile
floors throughout baths
and kitchen, carpeting,,
paint, and 3 ton AC/
heat unit. Live Oaks,
lust a beautiful, lot.
$85,000.00 discounted
for quick sale. Baycrest
Really 994-7918


9 TWO MOBILE HOME
FOR SALE
Recently remodeled, 3/2
RESI each. Doublewide with
ames from large shed & lake access.
ancingRefs $84,999.; Singlewide on
,dn, 2 yrs 1 acres. $69,999.
Listings & 418-0783
2-9429
THE SEA


12-5983 7 ACRE LAKEFRONT
& LOG CABIN KIT Only
89,900. 2128 sf log
home kit & spectacular 7
... . area hardwood setting
with deep waterfront
rre Prime AL location min-
br, 2'V2 ba, utes from Interstatel
e on large Gated community,
9' ceilings, paved roads, county
ig & dining water, utilities. Thefinest
kitchen. Lg in waterfront living for
and sepa- the discriminating buyer.
in master Lowest financing in
ul, quiet wa- years Call now
ihborhood. (800564-5092, ask for
I ,-, th r,- x 1110


duced price of
$248,750. Call 850
261-0322, or 685-8048
leave message.



7120


NEW T1lAY
OPEN HOUSE
Former 84 Lumber for
sale 4595 Industrial Blvd,
Milton, FL 32583
June 23, 2008
10am- 4pm
For more info contact
Cheri Bomar
724-228-3636 ext 1364
bomarc@84lumber.com



I 7130
Milton
JUST USTEDI
3 bedroom/2 bath town
home with single garage.
Almost 1500 sq. ft. Nice,
open layout, screened Fla
room. Only $127,000.
Call Deck Really, Inc.
(850) 626-0711


20+ ACRES & BARN
KIT $89,900. New 22 x
20 country born kit &
20+ gorgeous acres. Po-
tentiaTto subdivide. Near
FL/GA border 90 min-
utes Jacksonville. Lowest
financing ever Call now
(800)898-4409, X 1457

Coastal Georgia -
Gated Golf/VWaterfront
Community located be-
tween Savannah and St.
Simons Island. Fitness
Center nature trail ten-
nis, bcat docks, SPECIAL
PRICING starting at
$65k. (877)266-7376

Estate Auction
16 acres divided.
Saturday June 14
10a.m. Stephens tCo.,
GA. Mountain retreat,
apartment style home.
Personal property
selling separately.
(80023-8388 10% BP;
GAL AU-C002594
RowellAuctions.com

NEW ARIZONA LAND
RUSHI 1 or 2-1/2
"Football Field" Sized Lotsl
$0 Down. $0 Interest.
$159-$208 per monthly
Money Back Guaranteel
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1 7190
TENN LAKE SALE
S+ Acres Lake Access
$19,900 w/FREE boat
slips. Newl Greatly slop-
ing acreage, beautifully
wooded, private bass
lake. Gorgeous un-
spoiled seoting-no
crowds, no noise. Or,
3.5 acre lakefront
$49,000. Must see. Ex-
cellent low rate rate fi-
nancing. Call now
(888)792-5253, x 1870
VIRGINIA MOUN-
TAINS 2 acres on moun-
taintop near New River
State Park, great fishing,
view, private. $29,500
must sell, call owner
(866)789-8535.




KISSIMEE, FL
WEEK 35,
ODD YEARS
2 bedroom 2 bath villa at
Westgate Resorts minutes
from Disney World and
other attractions. 35th
week every ODD year.
Please call (850)
581-0539 for more de-
tails.







AIOMOTE MARINE
I ORECR EAToNAL I
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 Watercraft
8230 Sailboats
8240 Boat & Marine
Supplies
8310 Aircraft/Aviation
8320 ATV/Off Road Vehicles
8330 Campers & Trailers
8340 Motorhomes



2000 Cadillac
Escalade 4 X 4 SUV
$7 500.00 157K
,all 293-5339

2004
Grand Am
7,900 total mileage.
Perfect condition.
$13,000. 994-7609





PiE


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



2002 EXPLORER
Eddie Bower Edition with
3rd seat. Red. $6,950.
712-5982



1986 FORD
RANGER
New V-6 Motor,
new auto transmission,
2 new tires @ front.
Needs paint & carpet.
Asking $1,200.
(Go Al. 90 to Hardee's
in Pace, go north on
West Spencer Field
Road, go west on
Lawrence Avenue.
Truck is on the right.
Blue & white
(mixed color)
Call Opal Jordan at
232-1300 (cell)
4112 Lawrence Ave.
994-1671 (home)
Pace, FL 32571


360 Dodge V-8 motor
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Pane 8-B Santo Rosa's Press Gazette Wednesday-June 11, 2008


To evaluate Audibel's new BluWavem 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
LX BluWaveTM model.

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!.


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