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Title: The Santa Rosa press gazette
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Publisher: Milton Newspapers, Inc.
Milton Newspapers
Place of Publication: Milton Fla
Publication Date: June 18, 2008
Copyright Date: 2009
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Torado season in Florida


By JENI SENTER
jsenter@srpressgazette. corn
June is the most active
month for tornadoes and
Santa Rosa County has expe-
rienced the kind of weather
over the past week that
twisters "are made of."
According to the Florida
Division of Emergency
Management, Florida is one
of the most tornado-prone
states, with only Texas,
Kansas, and Oklahoma
reporting more tornadoes on
average per year. June aver-
ages more tornadoes in
Florida than any other
month.


The American Red Cross
reports tornadoes can occur
in any state, at any time, but
March through July, the tra-
ditional 'tornado season', are
the most active months.
Wind speeds in a twister
can be as high as 300 mph.
At that strength, winds can
cause automobiles to
become airborne, rip ordi-
nary homes to shreds, and
turn broken glass and other
debris into lethal missiles.
The biggest threat to humans
from tornadoes is from fly-
ing debris and from being
tossed about in the wind.
According to Weather


Underground, last week's
severe thunderstorms in
Milton produced a total of
8.13 inches of rainfall, with
Saturday's storms producing
up to an inch an hour of rain.
The highest wind gust
reported was 74.4 mph.
The American Red
Cross advises the public to
be alert to changing weather
conditions and look for
signs such as blowing debris
or the sound of a tornado,
often described as a roar, or
freight train. When a torna-
do warning is issued, imme-
diately go to your designat-
ed safe place to protect


yourself from glass and
other flying objects. The tor-
nado may be approaching
your area.
After a tornado passes,
be alert to fallen power lines
and stay out of any damaged
areas. There may be updated
information on the radio
about the storm, so listen to
any advisories.
Gary Bieler with the
Mobile office of the NOAA
reports the thunderstorms of
last week were capable of
producing tornadoes. "We
had several reports of funnel
cloud sightings in Northern
See WEATHER Page 7A


Storm clouds like this one can spawn a tornado if the condi-
tion are just right.
Press Gazette photo by Jeni Senter


Suspect


sought


by SRSO

7 Elderly man
attacked in Home
Depot parking lot
By BILL GAMBLING
bgamblin@srpressgazette.comr
An elderly man was
attacked and knocked uncon-
scious Saturday in the park-
ing lot of Home Depot in
Pace.
Now deputies are look-
ing for the suspect who
allegedly did the attacking.
He is described as a 30 to
S 35-year old white male who
stands 5-10 with short
blonde or light brown hair,
with a clean cut and full face
driving a white Nissan or
Toyota.
According to Santa Rosa
County Sheriff's Office Sgt.
Scott Haines, they received
an anonymous complaint
Saturday at 10:50 a.m.
reporting that an elderly man
had been struck in the face
over allegedly striking
another vehicle with his car
door.______
See ATTACK Page 8A

Chamber in

Pace gets

to cooking
Special to the Press Gazette
The Pace Chamber of
Commerce wants to make
your July 4th celebration a
little easier this year by
preparing your dinner.
Currently they are taking
orders for their annual
Boston Butt Sale and will do
so until June 23.
These butts, which
weigh five pounds each, will
cost $25 each and will be.
ready for pick up on June 27
at the Wal-Mart Super Center
in Pace, near the grocery side
entrance.
For more information or
to place your order, call the
Pace Area Chamber of
Commerce at 994-9633.


FCAT scores



continue to


climb

By JENI SENTER
jsenter@stpressgazette. corn
Santa Rosa County
District Schools' students
continue to show great aca-
demic ability according to
the latest release of FCAT-
SSS scores from the Spring
2008 testing cycle.
The Florida
Comprehensive Assessment
Test (FCAT) is part of
Florida's overall plan to
increase student achieve-
ment by implementing high-
er standards. The FCAT,
administered to students in
Grades 3-11, contains two
basic components: criterion-
referenced tests (CRT),
measuring selected bench-
marks in Mathematics,
Reading, Science, and
Writing from the Sunshine
State Standards (SSS); and
norm-referenced tests (NRT)
in Reading and
Mathematics, measuring
individual student perform-
ance against national norms.
Santa Rosa County
third graders' scores tied for
first place in the state for
Reading (SSS) and Math
(NRT). Third graders also
had the second highest
scores in the state in Math
(SSS) and Reading (NRT).
Fourth graders in the
county scored first in
Reading (SSS) and tied for
first in Reading (NRT). They
also scored high enough to
tie for second place in both
Math (NRT) and Math
(SSS). Fourth graders placed
tenth in Writing and tied for
fifth place in Writing
(Essay).
Santa Rosa fifth graders
got the highest scores in
Florida in Reading (SSS)
and tied for first place in
Reading (NRT). They tied
for second place in Math
(NRT) and got third place in
Science. Fifth grade students
also scored high enough to


locally



Schedule

change at


Central

By JENT SENTER
jsenien'ds.pressgazetre.conm
Assistant Principal
Buddy Hinote says
Central High students will
have the opportunity to
take more advance classes
next year when the school
transitions to a rotating
schedule.
School Board officials
have been meeting for
months trying to decide
how to best fill the needs
of the students in Santa
Rosa County, while also
helping to ease the pinch
of budget woes. Assistant
Superintendent for
Curriculum Tim
Wyrosdick reported one
of the options discussed
was some schools transi-
tioning to a rotating
schedule.
Central High currently
educates students in grades
See CENTRAL Page 8A
be fourth place in the state in
Math (SSS).
Sixth grade students in
the county were third in the
state in both Reading (SSS)
and Math (NRT), They
scored high enough to tie for
third in the state in Reading
(NRT) and fifth in the state
in Math (SSS).
Santa Rosa seventh
graders tied for first in the
state in Reading (SSS) and
tied for second highest
scores in the state in both
Reading (NRT) and Math
(NRT). They also tied for
fourth highest scores in the
state in the Math (SSS) test.
See FCAT Page 8A


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TEAM identifies targets in plan


By JENI SENTER
jsenter@srpressgazette. comr
On Thursday, County
Commissioners approved
the proposed $200,000 mar-
keting plan by TEAM Santa
Rosa for growth related to
the location of KC-45
Refueling Tanker assembly
plant in Mobile, Alabama.
In February, the U.S. Air
Force announced a joint
effort between American
defense contractor Northrop
Grumman and European


Aeronautic Defense and
Space Company [Airbus jet
company] won a $40 billion
contract to build the Air
Force's new refueling tanker.
County Commissioner
Don Salter spoke with the
press at 11:30 to discuss the
marketing strategy as well as
the possibility of a four-day
work week for county
employees.
"The Board of County
Commissioners approved
the aggressive marketing


campaign today. We will be
thinking outside the box in
trying to attract some of the
45 suppliers to our region.
As the marketing plan starts
to be developed, so shall the
incentive plans," says Salter.
"When our representatives
attend the air show in
England, we will start meet-
ing with some of the suppli-
ers and with Northrop
Grumman. Those of us who
stay here will continue to
work the marketing plan and


the contacts."
Salter says Santa Rosa
County has much to offer the
suppliers who are being
approached to bring in
industry relating to the
tanker project in Alabama.
"In Santa Rosa County, we
have an abundance of land;
every year our schools rank
in the tQp five in the State;
and our workforce is very
capable and ready for these
jobs," says Salter.
Salter says it is crucial


for the public to know the
extent of opportunity bring-
ing the industries to the area
will be. "This is an opportu-
nity we can't miss. I want the
entire region informed about
the tremendous impact on
quality of life that this could
bring to us. The juniors and
seniors in our area high
schools would feel the
biggest impact. For too long
our young people have had
to leave home for these types
See TEAM Page 7A


Sky's the limit!























































Gas prices look to be heading over the four dollar mark very soon according to those fol-
lowing the cost of crude oil arid other commodities. Sunday, many Santa Rosa County res-
idents realized this if they Wient to the gas pumps, yet another price increase. A new factor
expecting to drive the cost of a gallon of gas even higher in the coming months could be
the flooding which has pretty much destroyed corn crops in Iowa and some key areas in
Indiana. Locally, prices are still below the national average for a gallon of gas, which was
$4.08 as of Monday. To keep up with local gas prices you can log on to
www.srpressgazette.com and click on the link in the upper right hand corner of our web
page.
Press Gazette photo by Bill Gamblin











____________Obituaries


SPEAK



OUT






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Monday, 3:39 p.m.
My name is Jeanine and
it amazes me we are in such
an uproar over a $600 fine
recently imposed by Milton
and Gulf Breeze. It seems
we have nothing better to do
than threaten to punish local
businesses over this fine,
which they had no control
over.
This fine might sound
new, but it is not so new.
This fee is new for Milton
and Gulf Breeze, but the
fine is not new.

Monday, 1:32 p.m.
Hey this is June. I have
been out of town the past
couple of weeks. I wanted
to know why Racetrack on
Highway 90 closed? Thank
you.
Editor's note:
Financial reasons led to the
closing of the station after
being taken over by new
management.

Sunday, 3:58 p.m.
Hi this is Rose. I have
been reading all the com-
ments about the schedule
changes for-the Santa Rosa
School System. I have done
some research and found
that kids in high school who
were picked up later actual-
ly had much better grades,
didn't fall asleep in school,
and can actually get their
work done. Also those who
have elementary school kids
who got picked up earlier
found that it was easier for
them since it is hard to find
day care in the morning
rather than the afternoon.
This decision would be
good for our county and
kids. Thank you.

Thursday, 12:57 p.m.
Yeah this is Ralph. I
have a couple of thoughts
on these county commis-
sioners. They are spending
way too much time and
county money on trying to
get new industry to move
into the area. Now they
want to spend $200,000 to
attract the New Orleans
overflow. What a stupid
waste. If these commission-
ers want to live with this
increased traffic they should
live in Atlanta, Chicago, or
New York.

Thursday, 11:50 a.m.
Hi this is Diane. Billy
you are absolutely right
about Milton drying up.
Stop and take a look
around, it is really drying
up. It is really a shame, but
I think we have some lead-
ers who have been here one
day too long.

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


Kelley, Myrtle Lois
1958-2008
Myrtle Lois Kelley, age
49, was called home by
Jesus, Thursday, June 12,
2008. She was a native and
lifelong resident of Milton.
Mrs. Kelley was a member
of the New Testament
Church in Milton.
She was preceded in
death by her father, Willie
Calvin Nolan.
Mrs. Kelley is survived
by her husband of 33
years-John T. Kelley, Sr.;
son-John Thomas Kelley,
Jr., of Milton; daughter-
Katherine Shaw, of
Tennessee; three grandchil-
dren; her mother-Bethel
Kelley, of Milton; two broth-
ers-David (Darlene) Nolan,
of Harold and William
Nolan, of Milton; four sis-
ters-Mary (Doug)
Linesmith, of Washington,
Lucille (Clarence) Fuston, of
Harold, Christie (Ryan)
Culpepper, of Milton, and
Ann McLendon, of Milton;
and numerous'friends.
Funeral arrangements
for Mrs. Kelley have been
entrusted to Lewis Funeral
Home, Milton Chapel and
will be graveside at 3:00
p.m., Monday, June 16, 2008


at Pine Grove Cemetery in
Berrydale with Rev. Bill
Wiley officiating, and Lewis
Funeral Home directing.
Friends may call on the fam-
ily from 1:00-2:00 p.m., at
Lewis Funeral Home, Milton
Chapel same clay of service.
Pallbearers will be
Clarence Ritchey, John
Nolan, Phillip Nolan,
Jeremy Nolan, Robert Nolan
and Bobby Jones.
Friends may send condo-
lences and share fond memo-
ries with the family at
www.lewisfuneralhomes.net
Myrtle will be forever
missed and never forgotten.
You may also let the
family know you care by
signing the guest book under
news/obituaries at
www.srpressgazette.com


McCurry, Robert
C.
1929-2008
Rk.C. "Bob" McCurry,
age 78, passed away June 5,
2008 at a local hospital. He
was born in Limestone, TN.
Bob retired from Raytheon,
and spent many years as a
small grocery store owner
before moving to Bagdad,
FL some 15 years ago. He


was faithful in attendance to
his church, First Baptist in
Milton, until his health pre-
vented him from doing so.
Bob is survived by his
beloved wife and companion
of 57 years, Lois McCurry;
two step-daughters-Phyllis
(Paul) Robinson, of
Englewood, OH and Mary
(John) Arnold, of Bagdad,
FL; step-son-Ray (Jenny)
Sutherland, of Trenton, OH;
granddaughters- Pam
(Steve) Stewart, of
Pensacola, FL and Amy
(Curt) Webster, of Dayton,
OH; grandsons-Mark
(Andrea) Burns, of
Pensacola, FL and Rick
(Wendi) Adams, of Dayton,
OH; great-grandcchildren-
Chelsey Peterson, Ryan and
Adam Burns, Kyle and
Garrett Webster, Ashlie,
Shelby, Kaitlyn, and R.J.
Adams, and Tina Neff.
Funeral service for Mr.
McCurry was 12:00 p.m.,
Tuesday, June 10, 2008 at
Lewis Funeral Home, Milton
Chapel with Rev. Adrien
Wingate officiating. Burial
followed in Barrancas
National Cemetery with
Lewis Funeral Home direct-
ing. Visitation was from
6:00-8:00 p.m., Monday,
June 9, 2008 at Lewis


F U.


Brown honored as 'Super Model'

Kiwanis Club of Santa Rosa Sunrise member Bert Brown (left) is congratulated by
Fla. Kiwanis District Governor Mark Taylor. Mr. Brown was awarded the 'Super Model'
Pin for his work with the Guardian Ad Litem program in Santa Rosa County. He was the
Guardian Ad Litem Volunteer of the Year. Governor Taylor also spoke about his year in
office and how he enjoyed visiting all the clubs.


Chris Brown is named the Fine


Arts Teacher of Year by foundation


It is our privilege to
announce that Mr. Chris
Brown of Navarre High has
been selected as this year's
"Fine Arts Teacher of the
Year" by the Santa Rosa
Arts and Culture Foundation
for 2008-2009.
Mr. Brown has served as
musical director for the last
two Navarre High Spring
Musicals; L'il Abner in '07
and High School Musical
'08. The NHS Concert Choir
under his direction has been
invited to perform at
Carnegie Hall and has suc-
cessfully auditioned and
been selected to perform
with the Disney Mass Choir
and Orchestra in the annual
Candlelight Processional
program at Disney World
Orlando for the past 2 win-
ters. In addition to his school
duties, Brown enjoys fishing
and camping with his family,
coaching his daughter's soft-
ball team and directing the
band and choirs at Navarre
United Methodist Church.


Mp Brown shows his
support of all NHS activities
by serving as football game
announcer, supervising
sound and lighting for the
Battle of the Bands and Miss
N.H.S., directing plays and
musicals and directing The
Talent Show.
His passionate dedica-
tion to County-Wide choral
programs, community and
church programs, assisting
colleagues, and promoting
student and family involve-
ment makes a powerful
statement as to his leadership
abilities. Mr. Brown has 16
years of experience teaching
all grade levels of music in
Mississippi and Florida, with
5 of those years in Santa
Rosa County, presently at
Navarre High School.
He was the first
Elementary Music teacher in
Santa Rosa County to have
two students make the
Elementary All-State choir
in 2000. At the High school
level, the Choral program


has doubled in two years and
will likely triple by 08-09
given current numbers. Ten
students have made the high
school All-State honor
choirs in the last two years.
For the first time in Navarre
High's Choral Department
history, two ensembles and
two soloists received
Superior ratings at the
Florida Vocal Association's
Solo & Ensemble State
Festival.
Mr. Brown was recently
selected by his peers to be
the District Coordinator for
Elementary/Choral Music
for 08-09, and was nominat-
ed and selected by students
as one of NHS's Teacher of
the Week.
Jan Savage, Drama
Teacher at NHS nominated
Mr. Brown for this honor.
Mr. Brown will be recog-
nized officially by the Santa
Rosa Art and Culture
Foundation during the
August School Board
Meeting.


Funeral Home, Milton
Chapel.
Friends may send their
condolences and share fond
memories with the family at
www.lewisfuneralhomes.net
Let the family know you
care. Sign the guest book
under news/obituaries at
www.srpressgazette.com


Nash, Nancy
Arinthia
1953-2008
Nancy Nash, age 55,
passed away Monday, June
9, 2008 at her home in
Milton, Florida, after a
brief and courageous battle
with cancer.


Michael T. Hutchins,
administrator, Jay Hospital,
has earned the distinction of
board certification in health
care management as a
Fellow of the American
College of Healthcare
Executives (ACHE), the
nation's leading professional
society for health care lead-
ers.
Hutchins joined the
Baptist Health Care affiliate
in 2004 from Baptist Health
System of East Tennessee.
He earned master's degrees
in business administration
and health science from the
University of Florida.
Hutchins completed his
undergraduate work at the
University of West Florida,
earning a bachelor's degree
in social work.
Fellow status represents
achievement of the highest
standard of professional
development. Only 7,500
health care executives hold
this distinction.
To earn Fellow status,


Nancy was born in
Horntown, Virginia, and
lived in the Santa Rosa
county area most of her
life.
She was preceded in
death by her parents,
Wayne Vickrey and
Catherine Cato-Vickrey.
Nancy is survived by
her father-Paul Nash of
Greenville, NC; daugh-
ters-Anna Vickrey of
Pensacola, FL and Carla
Vickrey of Daphne, AL;
sister-Terry Vickrey
Aponte (Jesus) of Daphne,
AL; two brothers-Paul
Vickrey of Milton, FL, and
Larry Vickrey of Pace, FL.
Nancy was a 1970
graduate of Milton High
School and played saxo-
phone in the marching
band. She was an adventur-
er that loved music and
loved to travel. Nancy was
a friendly person who
never met a stranger.
Family and friends are
invited to attend a memori-
al service Saturday, June
21, 2008 at 2:00 p.m. at the
Bagdad Assembly of God
Church.
Let the family know you
care. Sign the guest book
under news/obituaries at
www.srpressgazette.com


Michael Hutchins
candidates must fulfill multi-
ple requirements, including
passing a comprehensive
examination, meeting aca-
demic and experiential crite-
ria, earning continuing edu-
cation credits. and demon-
strating professional/com-
munity involvement.
Fellows also are com-
mitted to ongoing profes-
sional development and
undergo recertification every
three years.


Camp Fire celebrates


the end of the year


Camp Fire USA hosted
an End-of-the-Year Grand
Council Recognition
Ceremony Wednesday, June
4th. The students received
Camp Fire emblems and par-
ticipation certificates. The
emblems and certificates
were for the students' partic-
ipation in many of the Camp
Fire's programs, such as
community service, father-
hood initiative, and preven-
tion. The Camp Fire staff
also recognized LaVonne
Haven', CEO of Camp Fire


Gulf Wind Council and
Bonnie Baker, the training
officer at SRC Sheriff's
Office. The ceremony helped
show parents and others that
the Camp Fire USA Youth
Learning Center is not just
an after-school facility, but a
program that helps children
engage in community serv-
ice activities and events. The
Camp Fire staff would like to
thank all of the students, par-
ents and community mem-
bers for making this a great
school year.


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Jay Hospital




administrator




is recognized


Santa Bosa's Ness Gazette


Wednosday-June 18, 2008


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Sheriff's Report


Santa Rosa County
Sheriff's Report from May
23, to June 3. 2008
Cartly., James Louis:
Male; 41: 3118 Hwy. 4, Jay;
Out of State Fugitive From
Justice. 5/24/08
Carter, Jr.. Steven
Alvin; Male; 21; 6413
Walnut St., Milton; Drive
While License Susp 1st Off,
Drugs-Possess Cntrl Sub
W/O Prescription. 5/24/08
Dowden. Michelle
Lynn: Female; 36; 6591
College Drive, Milton; Drive
While Lic Susp Habitual
Offender. 5/26/08
Gillian, Rahsaan James;
Male; 33; 288 E. Olive
Road, Pensacola; Drive
While Lic Susp Habitual
Offender. 5/23/08
Masonis, Christine
Nichole: Female; 28; 51
Dennis Paul Dr, DeFuniak
Springs; Drive While Lic
. Susp Habitual Offender.
5/25/08
McCallum, Patrick
Michael; Male; 32; 2733
Bay Club Drive, Navarre;
DUI, Drugs-Possess Cntrl
Substance W/O Prescription.
5/25/08
Michael, Shawn NMN;
44; 1820 West Jordan St,
Pensacola; Drive While
License Suspended Habitual
Offender. 5/24/08
Miranda. III, Daniel
Patrick; Male; 24; 303
Loruna Dr. Gulf Breeze;
Drive While Lic Susp
Habitual Offender. 5/23/08
Moore, Jean Paul; Male;
24; 6472 Bonner Ave,
Milton; Conservation-
Animals Cause Cruel Death
Pain and Suffering. 5/26/08
Myers. Ronald William;
Male; 6853 Stirrup Ln,
Milton; Trespassing-
Construction Site, Larc-
Grand From Posted
Construction Site. 5/24/08
Perkins, Demarquis
Martez; Male; 24; 6401
Kennington Cir., Milton;
Damage Prop-Crim Misch
$200 and Under, Burgl of
Unoccupied Dwelling;
Unarmed, No Asslt, R'esist
Officer-Obstruct W/O
Violence, Flee/Elude Police
Flee W/Disregard of Safety
to Persons or Prop, Drive
While Lic Suspended 2nd
Offense. 5/25/08
Perley, Brian Edward;
Male; 37; 206 W 23rd Ave.
" West, Bradenton, FL; Drive
While Lic Susp Habitual
Offender. 5/26/08
Rostorfer, Christopher
Allen; Male; 18; 5869
Westmont Rd, Milton;
Battery Touch or Strike,
Obstructing Justice-
. Intimidate Threaten Etc Vict
Witness Informant. 5/24/08
Wessel, Cameron Draye;
Male; 17; 2175 Inner Laken
.. Street, Pensacola; Drive
While Lic Susp Habitual
Offender, Attach
Registration License Plate
Not Assigned, Fail to
Register Motor Vehicle.
5/24/08
Wuthnow, Nicholas
Jordan; Male; 20; 8318
Segura St., Navarre; Aggrav
Batt Cause Bodily Harm or
Disability. 5/24/08
Huff, Nathan Evan;
Male 29; 8143 Tortuga St,
Navarre; DUI and Damage
Property. 5/24/08
Ke-A, Norma Jean;
Female; 25; 506 Landview
Drive, Ft. Walton Bch; DUI.
5/25/08
McCallum, Patrick
SMichael; Male 32; 2733 Bay
Club Drive, Navarre; DUI.
5/25/08
Black, David Shawn;
Male; 32; 6447 Sandy Ln,
Milton; Probation Violation-
Felony. 5/29/08
Benton, Leigh Ann
Rekay; Female; 29; 4322
Kings Street, Pace; Drugs
Possess Cntrl Sub W/O


Prescription, Narcotic
Equip-Possess And or Use.
5/29/08
Cates, George
Anderson; Male; 46; 6913
Ventura Blvd., Milton;
Liquor-Sell Give Serve
Person Under 21 YOA 1st
Violation, Lewd Lascv
Behavior Conduct By Person
18 YOA or Older, Cruelty
Toward Child at That Could
Result in Phys Mental
Injury, Contrib Delinq
Minor-Cause to Become
Deliqu Dependent Needy,
Marijuana-Distrib Deliver to
Under 18 YOA Schedule I.
5/29/08
Escalante, Anoldo;
Male; 27; 8587 Billy Bob
Ln, Milton; Battery By
Person Detained in Prison or
Jail Facility. 5/29/08
Hamm, Robert
McArthur; Male; 39; 4299
Wilkerson Bluff Rd, Holt;
Battery-2nd or Subseq
Offense, Obstructing
Justice-Harass Witness
Victim or Informant. 5/29/08
Kirkland, Kenneth
Gerald; Male; 33; 11598
Wicker Hill Place,
Pensacola; Probation
Violation-Felony. 5/29/08
DQolY, Alexandria
Blaine; Female; 16; 1624
Kauai Ct, Gulf Breeze; Larc-
Theft is $300 or More But
Less Than $5,000, Evidence
Destroying Tamper With or
Fabricate Physical. 5/29/08
Owens, Gloria Anita;
Female; 44; 4488 Rice Rd,
Milton; Probation Violation-
Felony. 5/29/08
Preston, Daniel Roy;
Male; 37; 2524 Houston
Circle, Gulf Breeze;
Probation Violation-Felony.
5/29/08
Rowe, Joshua Lerue;
Male; 26; 4972 Ellea Calle
Lane, Gulf Breeze; Dwelling
Structure or Conveyance
Armed, Larc-Theft is $300
or More But Less Than
$5,000, Lar.c-Grand of
Firearm. 5/29/08
Griffin, Janice
Elizabeth;, Female; 41; 1678
College Prkway, Gulf
Breeze; Probation Violation-
Felony. 5/29/08
Helms, Christopher
Joseph; Male; 20; 1647
Ocean Breeze Lane, Gulf
Breeze; DUI. 5/30/08
McKenzie, III. Leonard
Caswell; Male; 31; 1275
Redwood Ln, Gulf Breeze;
DUI Alcohol or Drugs 2nd
Offense, Refuse to Submit to
DUI Test. 6/1/08
Edwards, Michael
Eugene; Male; 23; 5439
Avenida De Golf; Pace;
Aggrav Asslt W/ Intent to
Commit A Felony, Battery
Touch or Strike. 6/1/08
Errickson, Joseph
Robert; Male; 19; 3892
Legend Creek Drive, Pace;
Battery Touch or Strike,
Aggrav Battery Cause
Bodily Harm or Disability.
6/i/08
Gray, Johnny L; Male;
43; 145 Greenwood Ln,
Lucedale, MS; Drive While
Lic Susp 1st Off, Drugs-
Possess Meth W/Intent to
Sell Manufacture Deliver,
Marijuana-Possess Not
More Than 20 Grams,
Narcotic Equip-Possess And
Or Use. 5/31/08.
Hopkins, Anthony
Harold; Male; 27; 4383 Oak
Ln, Milton; Drugs-Possess
Meth W/Intent to Sell
Manufacture Deliver,
Narcotic Equip-Possess And
Or Use. 6/1/08
Mullins, Robert Randall
Tucker; Male; 28; 8000 Twin
Lake Dr, Milton; Disorderly
Behavior, Resist Qfficer
with Violence, Battery on
Officer Firefighter EMT Etc.
6/1/08
Saxton, Jeffrey Joseph;
Male; 45; 9330 Cotton Patch
Ln, Milton; Probation


Violation-Felony. 5/31/08
Simmons, Russell
Edward; Male; 22; 4581
Davenport Ln, Pace; Fraud-
False Owner Info Pawned
items Less Than $300 (2
cts.) 5/31/08
Dunn, Donna Sue;
Female; 31; 9800 Pensacola;
Probation Violation-Felony.
5/31/08
Baerresen, Susan Carol;
Female; 36; 4311 Bayou
Blvd., Pensacola; Fraud-Fail
Redeliver Hired Leased Prop
$300 or Over. 5/30/08
Carter, Jr., Jessie
James; Male; 17; 5452
Bluebird St, Milton;
Probation Violation-Felony.
5/30/08
Donald, Robert
Raymond; Male 36; 602
Wynnehurst St., Pensacola;
Resist Officer Obstruct W/O
Violence, Possess Cocaine.
5/29/08
Grant, Christian Jerel;
Male; 27; 3790 Ward Basin
Rd, Milton; Probation
Violation-Felony. 5/30/08
Holladay, Angela
Michelle; Female; 30; 3368
Green Briar Cir., Gulf
Breeze; Drive While Lic
Susp Habitual Offender.
6/1/08
Morris, William Robert;
Male; 20; 10013 Munson
Hwy, Milton; Larc of Credit
Card, Fraud-Illegal Use
Credit Cards Use More 2
Times. 6 Mos Obt Gds
Money $100 More. 5/30/08
Atha, Stephen Michael;
Male; 18; 2725 Galleon Dr,
Navarre; Burgl Unoccupied
Conveyance Unarmed, Larc-
Petit 1st Degree Property
$100 to Under $300, Burgl
Dwelling Structure or
Conveyance Armed, Larc-
Theft is $300 or More But
Less Than $5,000. Larc-
Grand of Firearm. 6/2/08
Brown, Lavoris
Jermaine; Male; 32;
Hendersonville, NC; Out of
State Fugitive From Justice.
6/2/08
Brubaker, Jennie Lee;
Female; 22; 6805 Chuck
Wagon Ln, Milton; Drugs-
Possess New Legend Drug
W/O Prescription, Burgl of
Unoccupied Dwelling,
Unarmed No Asslt/Batt,
Cocaine Possess With Intent
to Sell Mfg Deliv Etc
Schedule II, Narcotic Equip-
Possess And Or Use. 6/2/08
Errickson, Joseph
Robert; Male; 19; 3892
Legend Creek Dr, Pace;
Probation Violation-Felony.
6/2/08
Wetherbee, Elizabeth
Beatrice; Female; 49; 5801
Greenfield St, Pace;
Marijuana Producing
Schedule I, Narcotic Equip-
Possess And Or Use. 6/2/08
McCants, Donald
Wayne; Male; 40; 7300
Kennedy Ln, Milton;
Cocaine Possess W/Intent to
Sell Mfg Deliver Etc Sched.
II, Narcotic Equip-Possess
And Or Use. 6/2/08
Abendan, Nicholas
Taylor; Male; 18; 6309
Rowe Trail, Pace; Damage
Prop-Crim Misch $200 and
Under, Burgl of Unoccupied
Dwelling, Unarmed, No
Asslt/Batt, Resist Officer -
Obstruct W/O Violence.
6/2/08
Cruz, Monica
Stephanie; Female; 28; 8121
Lillian Hwy., Pensacola;
Probation Violation-Felony.
6/2/08
Harding, Carol Sue;
Female:; 49; 801 Fairview
Dr., Ft. Walton Bch; Burgl
Unoccupied Structure
Unarmed, Petit 1st Off.
6/2/08
Markham, James
Michael; Male; 46; 3 Miller
St., Ft. Walton Bch; Burgl
Unoccupied Structure
Unarmed, Larc-Petit 1st Off.
6/2/08


Slatton, Dale Evans;
Male; 58; 416 Lyles Dr,
Odenville, AL; Public Order
Crimes Racketeering
Violation. 6/2/08
Wyatt, Ross Eric; Male;
17; 5803 Champions Dr,
Pace; Damage Prop-Crim
Misch $200 and Under,
Burgl of Unoccupied
Dwelling, Unarmed No
Asslt/Battery, Resist Officer-
Obstruct W/O Violence.
6/2/08
Gilmore, James Euria;
Male; 59; 2885 N 15th Ave,
Milton; DUI. 6/2/08
Archer, Sr., Glen E;
Male; 57; 6481 Skyline Dr,
Milton; Sex Asslt By 18
YOA Older Sex Battery Vict.
Under 12 YOA. 6/3/08
Daly, Paul Rex; Male;
34; 6363 Banyan Dr (Travel
Trailer) Milton; Probation
Violation-Felony. 6/3/08
Ehey, Joseph William;
Male; 23; 5211 Yancy Dr.,
Pace; Larc-Petit 1st Off,
Fraud-Illeg Use Credit Cards
Use More 2 Times 6 Mos
Obt Gds Money $100 More.
6/3/08
Edge, John Wesley;
Male; 18; 4320 Audiss Rd,
Milton; Probation Violation-
Felony. 6/3/08
Foster, Laura Michelle;
Female; 27; 4056 Scottsdale
Ave, Pace; Probation
Violation-Felony. 6/3/08
Knoth, Frank Michael;
Male; 30; 5407 Spruce St,
Pensacola; Probation
Violation-Felony. 6/3/08
Aguilar, Scarlett Le-
Anita; Female; 27; 6738
Valerie Ln, Navarre;
Probation Violation-Felony.
6/3/08
Smiley, Ernestine Cathy;
Female; 36; 2432 W
Mallory St, Pensacola;
Crimes Against Person-


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Merchant or Farmer, Larc-
Retail Theft $300 More 1st
Off. 6/3/08
Crowder, James
Edward; Male; 31; 1955
Flamingo Lane, Navarre;
Larceny, Fraud. 6/3/08
Perez, Peter Steven;
Male; 47; 6664 Belingham
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Santa Rosa County
Elections Office


1 .To change your address
2. Request Absentee Ballot for one
or more Elections.
3. Request Application to become
a Poll Worker

Primary ELECTION August 26
Registration closes July 28

General ELECTION November 4
Registration closes October 6


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Mrs. Patricia "Pat" D'Asaro is one of the
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our community today. And although she
lives in Bagdad, she is, by extension of her
civic and cultural contributions to the
area's heritage, a member of the greater
community of Santa Rosa County and even
the State of Florida at Large.

Pat is not only a great lady in the classic
sense, but a leader that's been tested and
proven to be dedicated and effective. She's
currently a Board Member and Vice
President of the Santa Rosa Arts & Culture
Foundation, Board Member and Newsletter
Editor of the Bagdad Village Preservation
Association, and a board member of the
Santa Rosa Clean Community System,
having served this organization previously
as president.


She's currently a board member and a past president of the Blackwater Heritage Trail
Citizen Support Organization and is now serving as a board member and Secretary of
the Florida State Parks. She is also a member of the Navy League, Santa Rosa Art
Association, West Florida Railroad Museum, Santa Rosa Historical Society, and Santa
Rosa Genealogical Society.

Even with involvement in activities as heavily as this, she still finds time to exercise her
spiritual values. A member of St. Rose of Lima Catholic Church, she is actively
involved in St. Rose of Lima Ladies Society, which she has served as past president.
She has also served on local, state, and national levels of Councils of Catholic Women.

Committed and caring, she exhibits a passion for civic and community advancement
and goes about her duties with dignity and resolve. Pat's favorite interests, besides her
family, are history, books, antiques, art, and children. She's a "Class Act", and we salute
her in honor of her continuing endeavors to make our community more wholesome and
a better place to live and work.


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6A Wednesday, April 18, 2008 The Santa Rosa Press Gazette Milton, Florida


OUR VIEW


Vol. 101, Number 20


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Time is now



for progress

Welcome to the new Santa Rosa!
Now many of you are asking what happened to
the old Santa Rosa?
Well nothing has really happened, but it is time
for us all to realize, "the times they're are a changing."
We received a complaint about how the county
commissioners were wasting their time and our
money trying to attract jobs in conjunction with the
new steel plant and aircraft manufacturing plant
locating to Mobile.
Let us offer you a little cheese to go with that
whine you are enjoying.
It is a very refreshing attitude to see our com-
missioners and citizens working together for the
good of Santa Rosa County.
But what about the old Santa Rosa County?
Well that went away with the first brick several
years back.
The Santa Rosa some might want to wish back
probably didn't have a stop light between Avalon
Boulevard and Chumuckla Highway.
Also there wasn't a Wal-Mart, Home Depot,
Office Depot, Lowe's, Publix, or much else, and gas
was probably only one dollar a gallon.
We would all enjoy the gas prices of that day,
but we have to admit Santa Rosa County has
changed.
Even some of you who led to the change here in
Santa Rosa County want progress to stop.
Well, if that is the case please see your realtor
because you triggered the row of dominoes and
there is no looking back.
At any given time there are just a handful of res-
idents who were born and raised here in Santa Rosa
County.
The rest of us are the ones who created this need
the leaders of Santa Rosa County are trying to meet.
And to do this they must do what they can to
attract jobs at wages that actually exceed the preva-
lent wage currently enjoyed here in Santa Rosa
County.
Higher wages and a competitive job market
means several things to us all and more importantly
other employers will have to raise their pay as well.
In its simplest terms this is what many call
progress, which is the opposite of congress.
Congress is that group in Washington, D.C. who
deem it necessary to pass laws and programs, which
they don't have to follow or have no means to fully
fund.
But we digressed in that.
For us to continue forward at the rate of growth
we are enjoying, our county commissioners and the
other leaders in Santa Rosa County have no other
choice than to roll up their sleeves and wage war
against those other states and counties who hope to
attract those jobs.
What makes the prospect of this new effort even
better is the county and TEAM Santa Rosa is look-
ing to the public for help and input.
So this will be a true county effort.
But we would be remiss if one point was not
made crystal clear.
For us all to succeed, we need to put the good of
Santa Rosa County as a whole ahead of Santa Rosa
County the few.


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A GUEST VIEWPOINT



An assault on voting rights


By Tanya Clay House


On the heels of the Supreme
Court's recent decision upholding
Indiana's restrictive voter ID law,
lawmakers in three states --
Missouri, Kansas and Oklahoma -
have wisely rejected similar voter
ID legislation. But don't think this
is the last word.
Let's be clear. This is not about
election reform. This is a partisan
fight about access to the ballot box
- who gets in, and who does not
-- and the voting rights of hun-
dreds of thousands of Americans
are at stake.
On the surface, a voter ID law
doesn't sound like a big deal to
those of us who have a driver's
license or a passport. Look deeper,
and it's clear that voter ID laws
pose a significant barrier to the
ballot box for all kinds of people
-- and that discouraging those peo-
ple from voting gives a clear parti-
san advantage to Republicans.
Who are the people who might
find it difficult to comply with
voter ID laws? Folks who don't
drive or travel abroad, or who
have lost their birth certificates.
Senior citizens who haven't had a
current driver's license in years, or
disabled voters. Victims of natural
disasters like Hurricane Katrina,
who lose all their personal papers.
Students who drive in one state,
but vote in another. Low-income
workers who can't afford the costs
of replacing lost documents.
What do'all these people have
in common? Senior citizens, the
disabled, students and low-income


workers all tend to vote for
Democrats. And that makes voter
ID legislation very attractive to
Republican officeholders in state
after state just look at who is
introducing the bills.
Advocates of voter ID bills
would have you believe that
they're fighting fraud. Nonsense.
There is no evidence of wide-
spread voter fraud in this country.
In fact, even with the record-shat-
tering voter turnout in the presi-
dential primaries all across the
nation this year, supporters of
voter ID cannot point to any sig-
nificant instances of voter imper-
sonation fraud at the polls.
Dead people are not voting.
Undocumented immigrants are not
voting. But innocent, eligible vot-
ers are being caught up in the
mess. During the primary election
last month in Indiana, 12 nuns
were turned away from the polls
because they didn't have photo ID.
Something tells me they weren't
trying to pull a fast one. Simply
put, voter ID legislation is partisan
politics at its worst -- piling up
barriers for people who have every
right to vote, in order to gain polit-
ical advantage. It's wrong.
That's why state senators in
Missouri held off a vote on a pro-
posed constitutional amendment to
require voters to present a govern-
ment ID to vote, and a birth cer-
tificate, Social Security card, or
passport in order to register to
vote.
In neighboring Kansas, Gov.
Kathleen Sebelius wisely vetoed
voter ID legislation as too burden-'


some.
And in Oklahoma, as a photo
ID bill was defeated on a straight
party line vote in the state Senate.
We applaud the efforts of offi-
cials on the state level who have
quashed voter ID legislation, but
this isn't the end of the story.
Thanks to the Supreme Court deci-
sion, I believe this legislation will
be introduced again and again
across the country.
We'll oppose it wherever and
whenever it comes up.
We don't need laws that dis-
courage citizens from voting,
requiring them to pay fees to
reproduce lost documents. This is
the kind of unnecessary red tape
that makes people throw up their
hands and give up on the whole
process.
We should be passing laws that
make it easier for citizens to vote,
not harder. We should be tearing
down barriers to the ballot box,
and encouraging people with
voter-friendly initiatives like same-
day registration and the option of
voting by mail. This country works
best when more people vote. That's
the American Way.
Tanya Clay House is director
of Public Policy, People For the
American Way. People For the
American Way was established to
meet the challenges of discord and
fragmentation with an affirmation
of "the American Way." By this, we
mean pluralism; individuality;
freedom of thought, expression and
religion; a sense of community;
and tolerance and compassion for
others. www.pfaw.org


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FM: Bill Bledsoe
Milton, Fla.

Dear Editor

I was a bit surprised at the
manner in which Commissioner
John Broxson conducted
Monday's Committee meeting.
I lost count of the times that
Chairman Broxson stated:"l
move that..." and "My motion
is to..."
In my half century of busi-
ness meetings using Robert's
Rules, I have never heard of the
Chairman making a motion. Is
the Santa Rosa County
Commission some different kind
of organization?
It seemed as though the
Chairman could not get it .... the
issue before the Committee was
just simply to put an item on the
Thursday agenda, but he ram-


bled on with much ado about
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I could not believe the rest of
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did not call Broxson's hand
about making motions from the
Chair.
Equally appalling was
Falkenbury's lack of efficient
attention by not having enough
information about an item that
she requested to be placed on the
agenda.
Leadership'? The whole
meeting appeared to more of a
sham than a County Committee
meeting.
Perhaps they should require
knowledge of Robert's Rules or
some parliamentary guidelines to
become a Commissioner.
Maybe....just maybe....the
County could get some serious
work accomplished.

Thanks you all
FM: Brenda King


Milton, Fla.
Dear Editor,

The family of Matthew
Johnson would like to offer special
thanks to Mr. R.L. Lewis, Ms.
Brenda King, Ms. Michelle Parker,
Milton High School, and the com-
munity of Milton, and the churches
for the outpouring of love and sup-
port that has be shown to our fami-
ly.

Reaching out
FM: Anna Kuchko
Milton, Fla.
Dear Editor,

I need to reach all of the busi-
nesses in Milton that were part of
making sure that the family of
William Kuchko received the
"Healing Heart Volume" in mem-
ory of William Kuchko a special
family keepsake from Milton


businesses.
Bill passed on April 24 and
many were not aware of it, but
I'm sure Bill would have been
surprised at all.of the people that
responded tq his death.
We, the family, thank you. All
that will miss his remarks on the
air and in the air.

Sincere thanks
FM: Anice P. Smith
Milton, Fla.
Dear Editor,

My deepest heartfelt thanks!
To each of you who, in any-
way, gave thought of me during
my life's last and most difficult
challenge. I appreciate it.
I regret that I cannot send
individual love notes as I have
throughout the years, but I
believe that, as my friends, you
know how 1 love and thank you
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Continued From Page One
of jobs. This will impact
them- allow them to stay
home and have a good job
that will improve their quali-
ty of life," says Salter.
Salter continued by com-
paring Santa Rosa to its
neighboring counties. "Santa
Rosa has more land to offer
than Okaloosa or Escambia
County. BRAC closures are
actually enhancing the mis-
sion at Eglin AFB and as it
expands this is resulting in
tremendous growth in
Okaloosa. Their focus right
now is on trying to accom-
modate this growth. Santa
Rosa, on the other hand, has
an ongoing effort in acquir-
ing and developing industrial
parks," says Salter. "There is
an abundance of land located
near the interstate and zoned
for industrial use in Santa
Rosa County."
Salter emphasizes the
importance of the Board of
Commissioners and TEAM
Santa Rosa's marketing strat-
egy. "You only get an oppor-
tunity like this once in a life-
time. Nothing has come
along like this for at least the
past 50 years and we want to
make sure we aren't drag-
ging our feet," Salter says.
In another matter
addressed in the meeting
between Salter and the
media, the possibility of a
four-day work week for
county employees is being
discussed. "A four-day work
week could be a possibility.
It would not only result in
budget savings, but also save
the employees money on
transportation with the cost
of fuel being so high. Our
focus will remain on cus-
tomer service as our highest
priority. If we can maintain a
high standard of customer
service and also save money,
we will do it," says Salter.


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Santa Rosa County," says
Bieler. Bieler also reports a
man in an area North of
Milton was struck by light-
ning on Wednesday while
working outside.
Recently, national media
reports numerous stories of
deadly twisters and their
tragic results across the
country. Although it is easy
to think it won't happen here,
severe tornadoes have
occurred locally.
The Santa Rosa County
-. Division of Emergency
Management reminds resi-
dents that one of the most
devastating tornadoes in
Florida occurred in Milton in
1962, causing destruction
eight miles long and 150
yards wide. The death toll of
this tornado totaled 15 peo-
ple and 46 people were seri-
ously injured. Damages from
this storm included 51 homes
being destroyed and 64 sus-
training major damage.
Santa ^Rosa County
Public Information Officer
Joy Tsubooka says, "Strong
to violent tornadoes are just
likely to occur after midnight
as they are in the afternoon."
Tornadoes occurring in these
late night hours can be par-
ticularly dangerous due to
the failure to receive warn-
ings.
Sheryl Bracewell, Santa
'Rosa County Emergency
Management Director urges,


residents to prepare,
"Citizens can greatly
increase the chance of sur-
viving a tornado by simply
making sure they receive all
the watches and warnings
issued by purchasing a
NOAA weather radio. If a
warning is issued, move to
an interior room. If shelter is
not available, lie in a ditch or
low-lying area," says
Bracewell.
According to the
American Red Cross, it is not
yet possible to predict in


advance exactly when and
where tornadoes will develop,
how strong they will be, or
precisely what path they will
follow. When a tornado does
occur, the development of
Doppler radar has made it
possible, under certain cir-
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do's winds with radar.
However, human beings
remain an important part of
the system to detect twisters,
because not all tornadoes
occur in situations where the
radar can "see" them.


Ordinary citizen volunteers
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spotters, who work with their
local communities to watch
out for approaching tornadoes,
so that those communities can
take appropriate action in the
event of a tornado.
The Red Cross reports
there are steps families can
take to prepare themselves
beforehand. First, families
should develop a home tor-
nado plan. To do so, pick a
place where family members
can gather if a tornado is
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Another route?
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Start preparing for a possible hurricane


Santa Rosa County
Emergency Management
reminds the public that hur-
ricane season started
Sunday, June 1, and urges
the public to make prepara-


tions now. By being pre-
pared, citizens can provide
the first line of defense for
their family.
By following these sim-
ple steps, citizens can save


lives, money, damage and
distress:
Make a family plan.
Find out if you live in a hur-
ricane evacuation zone and
if so, find out where to go if
evacuation is ordered.
Decide now about
how to care for people with
special needs and your pets.
V i s i t
http://www.santarosa.fl.gov/
animals/disasterprep.html
for a list of pet-friendly
hotels locally and nationally.
Set up an out-of-town
contact for your family
members to call in case you
are separated.
Evaluate your home
and surroundings. Trim haz-
ardous tree limbs and secure
items that could become
deadly missiles in a storm.


Harden and prepare
your home with proper brac-
ing and shutters.
Make a disaster kit
that has at least three days of
drinking water and non-per-
ishable food for each person
and pet, vital prescription
drugs, and any needed baby
supplies. Also, include a
flashlight, radio, extra bat-
teries, and cash.
-Three days of any
vital prescription drugs and
baby supplies should also be
included.
Equip your home and
office with a NOAA weather
radio, it just may save your
life.
If there is a major storm
or other disaster, you may
receive a recorded phone
message at your home or


business, giving instructions
about what steps to take. A
citizen information line will
also be opened to answer
residents' questions. The
public should always moni-
tor the media for the latest
instructions from Santa
Rosa County Emergency
Management and county
officials.
For more information,
get the new 2008 disaster
guide, which includes a
shopping checklist to help
prepare your family as well
as instructions about what to
do during and after any dis-
aster. You can get this guide
at major retailers in the
county, or online at
www.santarosa.fl.gov, under
the emergency management
button.


Central


Continued From Page One
7-12. In August, when stu-
dents at Central High return to
class, there will be a combina-
tion of three 50-minute class-


74e rney Att4entle 1tgel4n FM n7L'1t ?nth(n


es that will be year-long, and
two 85-minute block schedule
classes, that will rotate during
the year the same as they have
in the past. Hinote says this
will allow students at Central
to have a chance to take more
advanced classes. "Being a
small school, we haven't
always had the option of
offering more advanced class-
es. Because the teachers will
be teaching more classes, we
will be able to offer more to
the students," says Hinote.
Hinote says seventh grade
through tenth grade classes
will have three core classes at
the beginning of the day and
juniors and seniors will have
two core classes at the end of
the day. "Each student's situa-
tion will be looked at individ-
ually. We will have more free-
dom to accommodate special
needs because the block class-
es will be offered throughout
the day. If a student has a need
that doesn't fit the schedule,
we will sit down with them
and figure out a solution,"
says Hinote.
Because of this year's
budget cuts, the Santa Rosa
County School Board was
faced with the difficult deci-
sion of changing school start
and dismissal times to accom-
modate the new three-tier bus-
ing schedule. Superintendent
John Rogers had said, "The
schools will have more flexi-
bility to change schedules as
needed to, accommodate the
needs of the parents and the
students. They can do a block


schedule or a seven-period
schedule or come up with
some new ideas, the board is
open to hearing input from the
principals."
Central High chose to
come up with a schedule
blending both types of sched-
ules in order to best serve the
students at the school.
Hinote says the new
schedule has been looked at
and approved by a majority of
the teachers, students, and the
School Advisory Council at
Central. Hinote says he is glad
that during a time of budget
cuts, the school will be able to
do more for the students with
less staff and less funding.


Attack

Continued From Page One
When deputies arrived
they found the 78-year-old
man and his wife in the park-
ing lot.
The victim's wife told
deputies someone had
punched her husband in the
face and knocked him
unconscious.
At the time deputies
were told this they saw the
victim covered in blood and
holding a bandage to his
mouth. He was later trans-
ported to the Santa Rosa
Medical Center where hd
received numerous stitches
due to the severity of his
injuries.
According to the victim,
he pulled into a parking spot
and opened his door. As he
was exiting his car a white
male approached him and
accused him of striking his
car with his door.
The victim didn't believe
he did this, but apologized if
he did.
The reported suspect
then struck the victim in the
face with his fist and left the
scene in his vehicle.
Deputies asking for
assistance in identifying the
suspect and is asking for any
witnesses to come forward.
Anyone with informa-
tion concerning the suspect
is asked to contact the Santa
Rosa Sheriff's Office at 983-
1190 or the Santa Rosa
Crime Stoppers at 437-7867..
If you provide informa-
tion which results in the
arrest of the suspect you:
could be eligible for a cash'
reward of up to $1,000.


FCAT


Continued From Page One
Eighth graders in the
county tied for the highest
scores in the state on the
Reading (NRT) test and tied
for second in the state on the
Reading (SSS) and the Math
(NRT) tests. They scored
high enough to be second
highest in the state on the
Math (SSS) test and they
scored third in the state on
the Science portion of the
test. Eighth graders tied for
both fourth in the state in
Writing (Essay) and sixth in
the state for Writing.
Santa Rosa County
District Schools' freshman
class scored high enough to
tie for second in the state in
the Reading (SSS) test and


tied for both third place in
Reading (NRT) and fourth:
place in Math (NRT). They
also placed sixth in the state,
in Math (SSS).
Sophomores in Santa3
Rosa tied for second in the
state on the Writing (Essay)
test and scored third in the
state on Writing. They tied for
third in the state on Reading
(NRT) and sixth in the state
on the Math (NRT). They also
scored the fourth highest in
the state on Math (SSS) and
fifth highest in the state on the
Reading (SSS) test.
Santa Rosa County jun-
iors only took the Science
portion of the FCAT and they
scored the sixth highest score
in the state of Florida.


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a.m. to 2 p.m. Monday
through Fridays. The pro-
gram includes a Library
visit, Outdoor adventures,
Forestry conservation, Zoo
animals, Water safety, Sea
Creatures and many more
educational activities. Call
623-1623 for more informa-
,tion.

Poker Run for
American Legion
American Legion Post
382, 1850 Lunetta Street,
Navarre will be hosting a
Poker Run to benefit CERT
:(Community Emergency
Response Team) for Navarre.
'The cost is $10 per person.
Prizes will be 1st, 2nd, and
3rd place. There will be
Biker games, 50/50, door
prizes and food at the end of
the ride. First bike out is 10
a.m., last bike in is 3 p.m.
The route is AL Post 378,
Oval Office, River Run, B-
Dubbs, Cocodries, and TC's
Front Porch. For more infor-
mation, contact Randy
McCasland at 850-982-6257,
or jointtalon@bellsouth.net


City of Milton
Meeting
The City of Milton Parks
and Recreation Committee
will meet on Monday, June
23, at 8:30 a.m. in
Conference Room B of City
Hall, 6738 Dixon Street. For
further information, call 983-
5410.
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Dragonfly Summer
Workshops
available
The following class and


Dianne (Terry) Wolfe
,and Clark (Amy) Callahan of
Jay announce the engage-
.ment and forthcoming mar-
riage of their daughter, Nikki
Ruth Callahan of Jay to
Nicholas Roger Golden, son
of Kathy (Doug) Green and
Roger (Jeanne) Golden.
The bride-to-be is a 2008
Graduate of the University of
'West Florida where she
obtainedd her bachelor degree
in Elementary Education.
She will begin her first year
' of teaching at Chumuckla
Elementary School as a
fourth grade teacher in the
fall.
Nikki is the granddaugh-
ter of the late Carlton and
'Ruth Jones of Jay, and the
"late Joe Callahan Sr. and
Bernice Randolph of
Louisiana.
The prospective groom
attends UWF, and will grad-
uate in the fall with his
SPhysical Education degree.
He is currently employed as
S an Internet technician at
Escambia River Electric
Cooperative.
Nicholas is the grandson
of the late William D. (Bill)


workshops will be offered
by the Santa Rosa Arts and
Culture Foundation, Inc. at
the Dragonfly Gallery dur-
ing the summer.
July 12th Fish Divas
- Darlene Samuel will
teach 2 classes fun fish
funky fiber art workshop.
Fish felting from 10:00-
12:00 and advanced fish
felting from 1:00-3:00.
These classes will provide
the student with skills to
needle felt a simple fish.
July 14th 18th -
Middle School Summer Art

Julie Bragg will teach
Basic Pencil Techniques
for middle school students.
Students entering 5th, 6th
and 7th grade will attend
from 9:00 to 12:00.
Students entering the 8th
grade attend from 1:00 to
4:00.
July 19th Weaving on
a Triangle Loom Workshop
Jan Dempsey and Sandi
Lang will teach weaving on
a triangular loom. Class
will be held from 9:00 till
3:00.
Other Upcoming
Workshops
Gem Stone and Sterling
Bracelets taught by
Jeannie Vaughn
Beginning Drawing -
3-day class taught by
Elaine Woodward
Pottery taught by
Becky Gibbs
For more information
or to register for any of
these workshops contact
the Gallery at 981-1100.
Pre-registration is required
for classes.
The Dragonfly Gallery
located at 5188 Escambia
Street in historic down-
town Milton, is a mission
of the Santa Rosa Arts and
Culture Foundation. It is a
juried gallery of local
artists. Gallery hours are


and Sophia Wright of
Brewton, AL, Ura Bea
Golden of Brewton, the late
Jessie Golden of Milton,
Flora Shell of Jay, and the
late Leon Shell of Jay.
The wedding will be
held at 6:30 p.m. at
Pensacola Beach in
Pensacola, FL. The beach-
side ceremony will be fol-
lowed by a reception at the
Cabana Club banquet room,
also located on the beach. All
friends and relatives are
invited


Tuesday through Saturday
from 10:00 a.m. until 4:00
p.m. For more information
contact the SRACF at
www.Santa RosaArts.org.

Candlelight Vigil
is Sunday
The MADD Emerald
Coast Chapter will hold its
Annual Candlelight Vigil,
Sunday June 22, 2008 at
Chet's Restaurant, 3601,
Hwy. 90, Pace, FL. at 6:30
p.m.
Public is invited and
anyone who has been
impacted by an impaired
driver.
Please come light a
candle in honor of your
loved one who has been
injured or killed by an
impaired driver.
Following the
Candlelight Vigil we will
honor our local law
enforcement agencies with
a Law Enforcement
Recognition Dinner. The
officers that will be recog-
nized are the top officers
from their agencies in total
DUI/BUI/.02 and other
alcohol related
citations/arrest. Invited
guests only for dinner.
For more information,
contact Lynn Ivey at 981-
7225.

Sankofa
Juneteenth
Festival
Pensacola Junior
College invites the commu-
nity to attend its Sankofa
Juneteenth Festival.
The free gala is noon to
7 p.m. Saturday, June 21,
on the Warrington campus,
Building 3600. The day
includes creative dancing,
music, poetry, displays of
African artwork, photo-
graphs, clothing, books,


quilts and other African
artifacts.
The concept of Sankofa
is derived from King
Adinkera of the Akan peo-
ple of West Africa, accord-
ing to the W.E.B. DuBois
Learning Center.
Literally translated,
Sankofa means "It is not
taboo to go back and fetch
what you forgot."
For more information,
call Duncans-Burnett at
484-2216.

Crepe Myrtles
available at
Green-Up
Green-Up Santa Rosa
has thousands of Crepe
Myrtles available for their
10th Annual Crepe Myrtle
Sale. Well rooted and
healthy, one gallon plants
are $4.99, three gallon
$8.99 and 7 gallon $19.99.
They are available in a
wide variety of colors and
habits. The sale will run
throughout the summer
while supplies last.
Green-Up Santa Rosa is
a program of the Santa
Rosa Clean Community
System, which administers
over 20 environmental pro-
grams throughout the coun-
ty. Proceeds from Green-
Up go toward public plant-
ings and in support of the
environmental programs.
The nursery is located at
6758 Park Avenue in
Milton, which is two traffic
signals north from
Highway 90 on Stewart St,
left on Park and down
about half a block on the
left. Hours of operation are
Tuesday through Saturday,
from 9 am through 5 pm.
For more information, call
the nursery at 623-1930 or
check our web site at
www.srclean.org.


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As your Santa Rosa County Tax Collector, I would like to take this
opportunity to inform everyone that we successfully concluded our 2008
delinquent Tax Certificate Sale at 9:00 a.m. on Friday May 30th. This was
our second year to hold the certificate sale online, which is ultimately benefi-
cial to all parties-tax payers, bidders, Santa Rosa County and School Board
and other taxing authorities. This year there were 5,212 certificates which
were offered for sale representing a total dollar value of $6,221,608.41. Of
those 3,191 certificates were successfully bid on and awarded representing
$4,751,610.12 in tax collections for the local tax coffers. The average inter-
est rate this year was 14.665%, which is in contrast to last year's average
interest rate of 4.12%. The online sale ultimately benefits all tax payers due
to the savings in both time and money.

The last year that a "live auction" was held, the sale took 3 days and 4 employees just to conduct
the sale. The "after sale/behind the scenes" took an additional 3 days. The online sale was held in just
one hour (although bidders had been able to place bids for several days prior) and was balanced within 2
days. This online sale is just another example of the way that through technology your Santa Rosa
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Now in its second year, Surprizes Instore fully recognized as a Milton shopping destination


By OBIE CRAIN
ocrain@srpressgazette.com
With its smartly deco-
rated store front and high-
ly profiled location, it's
no wonder that Surpriszes
Instore is attracting so
much attention these
days. Situated at 6556
Caroline Street near the
entrance of Six Flags
Shopping Center, one of
the city's most prominent
shopping plazas, the store
is easily accessible and
parking is not a problem
despite its being situated
in a high volume traffic
area.
But it takes more than
a convenient, commercial
location to make a store
popular. What the store
has to offer shoppers and
the quality and versatility
of its inventory are even
more important, an issue
well considered by own-
ers Kimberly Jernigan
and Chanda Joiner who
established the store a
year and a half ago at a
nearby location across the
street.
Incidentally, Kimberly
and Chanda are sisters-in-
law, and have compli-
mentary management
styles, an issue which
contributes to their suc-
cessful and comfortable
business operation, too,
they both agree.
Even though inexperi-
enced in retail affairs
when they opened the
business, it didn't take
them long to realize that
the first step in cultivat-
ing customers is to give
them what they are look-
ing for-and in a wide
variety! Putting merchan-
dise on their shelves that
was not only far from
dull and ordinary but
which radiated quality
and individuality was
their initial idea which
appeared to pay off! Once


they managed to accom-
plish this, customer
response was overwhelm-
ing, and it wasn't long
before they were looking
for larger quarters in
which to operate.
"We have merchandise
that appeals to everybody,
not just one type of cus-
tomer," Kimberly said in
accessing their inventory.
"We have things that are
attractive to the home-
body, young folks, men,
women, teenagers, and a
lot of things that make
wonderful aifts for
babies, too.'
Purses, luggage, jew-
elry, home decor. You
name it, you got it at
Surprizes! The store's
marketing strategy has a
lot to do with the way
customers react, too.
They listen to the cus-
tomers and react positive-
ly to the suggestions they
receive.
Gift baskets, for
instance, are one of the
popular items they fea-
ture. Such items are com-
mon at most specialty
stores, but at Surprizes
Instore they go a step fur-
ther by customizing
what's in the baskets.
"Rather than stuffing the
baskets with ordinary
items, we try to make
them exciting by having
the customer decide what
they should contain,"
Kimberly explained.
"Anyone who is about
to give someone a gift
should have the opportu-
nity to pick out items
they think the person
who's going to receive
the give would like to
have," she continued.
And with jewelry, home
decor, men's items, and
so much more, it's quite
easy for the gift giver to
find something they think
their friends would appre-
ciate.


And even though
Father's Day is past, it's
not absolutely necessary
to tie gift giving to a spe-
cial theme, the owners
say. Giving, is a universal
trait and is's not essential
that it even include a sec-
ond party. Many who rec-
ognize and value this
idea, buy for themselves,
and are comfortable that
they're not being selfish.
After all, don't you
deserve something for
yourself? You bet.
And there's plenty to
choose from. Consider
body lotions, rose petals,
candles, wine glasses,
dishes, and wind chimes,
along with blankets and
other items. Many of
these can be embroidered,
and make extra special
personalized gifts. They
can fashionably embroi-
der items with names or
initials that go steps fur-
ther in personalizing
them.
There are also lamps,
jewelry, simple pieces of
furniture, and a vast
assortment ,of miscella-
neous items that will turn
your visit into an adven-
ture as you move through
the store.
With families of their
own, both Kimberly and
Chanda have found that
running a business takes a
bite out of their free time,
but both say they are hav-
ing the time of their lives
and are looking forward
to a continuing relation-
ship with customers who
have become friends as
well as regular shoppers.
They say they often see a
lot of the same faces of
customers who have visit-
ed the store, found some-
thing they liked, and
returned for another satis-
fied experience.
"We would like to
invite everyone to stop by
and see all the surprises


Located at 6556 Caroline Street, near the entrance of Milton's Six Flags Shopping
Plaza, Surprizes Instore has become well known for its quality and variety in versa-
tile merchandise selections. Luggage, purses, jewelry, home decor, and an endless
selection of custom prepared gift baskets make the store legendary in what it has to
offer the casual shopper. Now for a real surprise! A 10% discount is offered on
your entire purchase during the month of June. Don't try to beat it, just complete it!
And have fun shopping, too! (Photo by Obie Crain.)


we have instore for
them," Kimberly said. In
addition to luggage, home
decor, and men's items,
they have a wide range of
ladies' purses, hats, and
personal items that would
meet the whim of the
most discriminating per-
son on anyone's git ist.
What the owners call
"organized clutter,"
means that the merchan-
dise is conveniently
placed where the cus-
tomer can take a good
look at it.
And if you simply
can't make up, your mind
about the exact item you
want, or think you're not
sure what your friend for
whom you're buying
would like, purchase a
gift certificate. They will
ge happy to furnish them
in whatever denomination
you wish.


Before you enter the
store, a welcome slogan,
"Love begins at home,"
welcomes you, and color-,
ful flowers that wrap
around the entrance is
enough to give you that
"warm and fuzzy feeling"
long before you even
enter the store.
You'll find Kimberly
and Chanda and the other
members of their staff
friendly, conversational,
and knowledgeable about
what they have in the
store, and just as happy to
see you and show you
around personally.
Among the other sur-
prises you might
encounter "instore" is the
new after-hours party
option for groups to shop
in a custom fashion. This
"birthday party package"
offer has a number of
advantages, and can be


explained in detail by any
staff member.
Add to this the fact
that during the month of
June, a 10% discount is
given for your entire pur-
chase at the store, and
you have another
Surprise! Go by and see
what else may amaze
you. They are always
cooking up some new
promotions.
Store hours are
Tuesday through Friday
from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.
and on Saturday from 10
a.m. to 5 p.m., and Visa
and MasterCard along
with check or cash are
acceptable payment
options. If you have ques-
tions, give them a call at
(850) 981-9833.
You're invited to come
by and browse. The mer-
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WEDNESDAY
June 18, 2008
Section B


World Series Prime


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Gospel Projects World advanced to the finals of the winner's bracket with a 29-28 win over Tri-County American Monday night.
The win marked the first time since 1970 that a Gospel Projects team has advanced to the finals of the winners bracket at the
T-Ball World Series. The championship game of the tournament will be held on Thursday due to inclement weather over the
weekend. More photos from the T-Ball Wold Series can be found on-line at www.srpressgazette.com
Press Gazette photos by Bill Gamblin


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Tri-County National defeated Myrtle Grove Green 33-32 to
win the consolation bracket on Monday night at Gospel
Project's Park.


June 16
Winner's Bracket
Gospel Projects World 29, Tri-County American 28
Losers Bracket
NEP Blue 33, Gospel Projects American 22
Brent 28,' Cantonment White 26
Consolation Bracket
Tri-County National 33, Myrtle Grove Green 32
June 14
Winners Bracket
Gospel Project World 29, Gospel Projects American 17
NEP Gold 27, Cantonment White 5
Losers Bracket.
Brent 39, Myrtle Grove White 37
NEP Blue 21, Gospel Projects National 10
Brent 24, Bellyiew American 9
Myrtle Grove White 31, Pensacola Tigers 20
Gospel Projects National 35, Navarre 33
NEP Blue 33, Bellview National 22
Consolation Bracket
Tri-County National 28, Cantonment 17
Myrtle Grove Green 23, Atmore 22
Myrtle Grove Green 27, Molino 19
June 13
Winners Brackett
Gospel Project World 26, Brent 25
Tri-County American 21, Pensacola Tigers 11
NEP Gold 32, Navarre 8
Cantonment White 22, NEP Blue 21
Losers Bracket
Bellview National 29, Molino 17
Bellview American 36, Cantonment Maroon 20
Myrtle Grove White 26, Tri-County National 13
Gospel Project Nationals 23, Atmore 19
Bellview National 29, Myrtle Grove Green 15
June 12
Opening Round
Gospel Projects American 25, Myrtle Grove Green 18
Brent 29, Atmore 18
Gospel Projects World 29, Tri-County National 5
Pensacola Tigers 28, Bellview American 16
Tri-County American 27, Molino 8
Navarre 34, Cantonment Maroon 23
NEP Gold 33, Myrtle Grove Whjte 22 ,,
Cantonment White 32, Gospel Project LNational 20
NEP Blue 28, Bellview National 27
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Former Milton grads Heath Slocum (left) and Boo Weekley
cashed this past Sunday at the U.S. Open played at Torrey
Pines in San Diego. Slocum finished tied for ninth, while
Weekley was tied for 26th. Both are seen earlier this year dur-
ing a visit to Tanglewood Golf and Country Club.
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By BILL GAMBLING
sports @srpressgazette.comn
Many will remember the
dramatic fashion of the U.S.
Open and how Tiger Woods
won the tournament on the
91st hole, as Monday's play-
off round needed a playoff.
What many might have
missed was the name tied for
ninth on the leader board at
Torrey Pines South Course
in San Diego.
Milton's Heath Slocum
took and charged from 10-
over par after the first three
rounds to shoot a round at 6-
under 65 on Sunday as he
closed to just 4-over par. ',
Slocum, who played his
first round of bogey free golf
on Sunday, finished tied with
Eric Axley, Geoff Ogilvy,
Cainilo Villegas. and Brandt,
Snedeker.
Very little movement
occurred on the leader board


Open

Sunday as most golfers kept
pace with the rest of their
group for the day except for
Rocco Mediate.
Mediate who started the
final round in second place,
passed Tiger Woods, but
would see the eventual win-
ner birdie the final hole of
regulation to force Monday's
playoff despite giving up a
two stroke lead on Sunday.
Milton's Boo Weekley
finished his final round
Sunday at 1-over 72 to tie
with Adam Scott and
Anthony Kim at 7-over for
the tournament in 26th place.
Weekley at one time
carded a 1-under par 70 on
Saturday.
Bubba Watson missed
the cut as he tied for 113th
place with a two-day.total of
154. *
The cut for the tourna-
ment was 149.


Jay has- three


make All-State


By BILL GAMBLING
sports@srprl 'Lgint-.' t I1
Three Jay Royals
received post season honors
in baseball from the Florida
Sportswriters Assocation.
Brandt Hendricks, a
signee with the University of
Alabama, and his younger
brother Rush Hendricks
were both named to the sec-
ond team, while teammate
Mile Hammac was named to
the third team.
Rush Hendricks, a soph-
omore, was selected as the
designated hitter for the sec-
ond team for his production
at the plate this season.
The Royals catcher fin-
ished the year batting .348
with 24 hits, 20 RBI's, 17,
walks, six doubles, a triple
and three home runs.
Behind the plate he was
tough' for opponents to run
on as he tiree\ out 10 of 20
base rilniIers.
Big cbiother didn't do so
bad either as 'the senior
pitcher.ouitielder, made the


second team as an outfielder.
Brandt Hendricks, who
will continue his playing
career in Tuscaloosa, batted
.320 this season homered
three times and scored 28
runs for the Royals as he was
their leadoff hitter most of
the season.
He also garnered 24
walks, drove in 20 runs and
stole 12 bases.
On the mound Brandt
was 4-1 with 60 strikeouts in
36 innings pitched and fin-
ished the year with a 2.53
earned run average.
Hammac, a senior pitch-
er for the Royals, finished
the season at 7-3 while strik-
ing out 72 in 64 innings of
work.
During the regular sea-
son H.iimmac posted -an
earned run average of 1.04
and lowered that to a 0.82 in
the post season.
For the year Hammac
allowed only 26 hits as the
leader of the Royals pitching
staff. ,








Wednesday-June 18, 2008


Santa Rosa's Press Gazette
Sports


Sports
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Successful hunt
It was a very successful family hunting weekend in
Alabama. Jeremy Weekley of Pace (above) shows the eight
point buck he bagged, while cousin Kirstyn Joiner of Milton
(below) shows the doe she killed on her grandparent's prop-
erty. Both deer were killed in Lee and Macon Counties in
Alabama.


Bennett C and Kathy
F. Russell Memorial Golf
Tourney: The eighth annual
Bennett C. and Kathy F.
Russell Memorial scholar-
ship Golf Tournament will
be held June 20 at the
Moors Golf Club in Milton.
Sponsorships and team
slots are still available.
Entry forms are avail-
able at
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 28-31Session
U8-12 8am-10:30am
U13-U18 5:30pm-8pm
The cost of the sessions
is $100.00, registration
forms and further informa-
tion are available at the
FCSR office and
www.fcsantarosa.com.
Adult/Youth Bowling
League: Oops Alley is
forming an adult/youth
bowling league.
The league will meet
every Thursday night at
6:30 p.m.
A league like this will
offer bowlers something fun
and spend time with your
child.
For more information


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call 995-9393 or 623-6807.
Santa Rosa Kids
House Golf Classic and
Auction: Milton grad and
current N.Y. Giants kicker
Lawrence Tynes is hosting a
golf tournament July 11 at
Tiger Point Golf Club in
Gulf Breeze.
Funds from this four
person 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 spon-
sor 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 ses-
sion 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 stress 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 featur-
ing 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 informa-
tion, contact Coach Paul
Swanson at 484-1303,
pswanson@pjc .edu.
PJC Volleyball Camp
for Girls is 8:30 a.m. to
noon July 14-17 at the PJC"
Milton campus. Cost is $85
per camper and includes a
camp T-shirt, notebook and
DVD of campers doing
drills. For more informa-
tion, contact Coach Pete
Pena at 484-1344,
ppena@pjc.edu.
Championship Softball
Camp, for girls ages 7 to
girls entering 12th grade, is
8:30 a.m. to noon July 21-
24 at the PJC Softball
Complex on the Milton
campus. Cost is $80 per
camper and includes a camp
T-shirt. Campers must bring
their own gloves. For more
information, contact Coach
Brenda Pena at 484-1332,
bpena@pjc.edu.
To register, contact the
individual coaches or call
484-1304.
Pace Library Sports
Raffle: Friends of the Pace
Library 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
football, an Emmitt Smith
signed C6wboys helmet, a
Travis Fryman signed .base-
ball, Boo Weekley signed
hat and picture, Haley
Millsaps signed hat and pic-
ture, Danny Woerffle signed
mini-helmets, and much
more.
Ticket sales are under-
way for $10 each or six for
$50. The raffle ends Nov.
29.
Milton seeks players
for youth sports: The city
of Milton parks and recre-
ation invites 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 sum-
mer season begins June 16.
The cost per child is $35
which includes a jersey.
Football season starts
August 1. The fee is $95 if
your child needs a jersey or
$75 if the player has a jer-
sey that fits and is in good
condition.,
For more information
call 983-5466, ext. 209.
East Milton
Rummage Sale: East
Milton Youth Association
will hold a rummage 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.
PJC Tennis Camp:
Tennis Camps at PJC will
be June 23 to June 27, July
7 to July 11 and July 14 to
July 18 at the Milton cam-
pus.
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 directed by
coaches Rene Grifol, Brian
Maloy and Benny Russell.
Minimum class size is
six students.
For more information
or to register call 484-1797.
Soccer Director
Needed: The East Milton
Youth Association is look-
ing for a qualified soccer
director.
Qualified people inter-
ested should inquire at
www.eastmiltonyouth-
sports.com.
Pace Patriot Football
Camp: Pace High School
will hold it's 14th annual
football camp July 29
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
former Patriots on hand as
special guests 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, hitting, 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 bar-
rowlh@mail.santarosa.k12.
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,
passing, basic offense and
defensive principles, a
three-point competition,
competitive games and
team play.
For more information
call 995-3600, ext 1158 or
e-mail pippinc@mail.san-
tarosa.kl2.fl.us.


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Hurlburt Chapter of the Air Force Association,
Elementary Teacher of the Year


FDANS Scott Erickson, a 4th grade teacher at
. Rhodes Elementary, has been awarded Hurlburt
Chapter of the Air Force Association, Elementary
'Teacher of the Year.
Mr. Erickson has attended the last two Air Force
Association Teacher's Workshops at Hurlburt Field
held annually in January. He is a civilian educator
.member of the Air Force Association. He receives
the AFA monthly magazine and tries to educate his
,students with the STEM philosophy. STEM stands
for Science, Technology, Engineering and
Mathematics. Over the past year he has complet-
'ed the following projects: built Ken Blackburn's
World Record paper airplanes, compressed air
paper rockets, Estes model rockets, taught the
dynamics of flight and the basic principles of how a
plane flies and is controlled, basic navigation and


mapping skills. While doing these things, he, as
well as his class, has learned extensive con-
cepts in forces of motion, geometry, simple
machines and history, while using reading,
math, scientific procedures, and sequencing
skills. Mr. Erickson was one of two elementary
recipients from the Hurlburt Chapter for the
Escambia, Santa Rosa, and Okaloosa areas.
Scott Erickson received a framed
Congressional Record of his achievement pre-
sented by congressman Jeff Miller. He also
received a plaque from the AFA, a book of Air
Force History, a DVD set of 100 years of flight,
a picture book about the Military Alphabet, an
AFA tie, and a $250 check. His principal at
Rhodes Elementary, Tom Kennell, received an
American Flag that was flown in his honor.


Public Speaking Contest


In April, all of our fourth and fifth grade students (approximately 250 total)
participated in the 4-H Tropicana Public Speaking program. This program
offered students an excellent opportunity to develop public speaking skills.
Students had to write their own speeches and were judged on composition
and presentation. Classroom contests were conducted, and the top two win-
ners from each class advanced to the school contest. Hannah Temple was
the fourth grade winner and Benjamin West was the fifth grade winner. Both
students advanced to the county competition and competed against students
from other elementary schools in Santa Rosa County. They did a wonderful
job of representing W.H. Rhodes Elementary. Hannah placed 1st for fourth
grade and Benjamin placed 3rd for fifth grade in the county competition!
Good job, Jr. Panthers!

Top Reader Achievers for the Year 2000-2008


Kindergarten

KayleeHodges
Sapphria Jordan
Ashunti Sims
Trevor Howard
Kensley Crawford
Preston Randolph
Kylah Ellerbe
Josh Muok
Jaysa Martinez

1st Grade

Jada Crosby
Caitlyn Cauley
Alexis Wilson
David Cavazos
Nicholas Null
Victor Robinson
Taylor Brayton
Nic Collum


Me


2nd Grade

Stephen Fulton
India Smith
Joseph Pool
Courtney
Hutzenbuehler
Daniel Hughes
Ashley Parrish
Ashley Lundquist
Ellysa Griswold
Coppedge Avery
Blackmon
Oscar Cash
Jonathan Burke

3rd Grade

Josiah Pool
Heavyn Porter
Kristen Neary
Jasmine Bethea
Georgia Farless
Megan Predmore
Sarah Proffitt
Keidra James
Joshua Estrada
Makenna Jackson
Quentin Williams


4th Grade

George Beard
Danielle Henrichsen
Angel Penfield
Karlyn Waters
Kiara Brooks
Kobi Floyd
Taylor Robinson

5th Grade

Jayci Floyd
Jonathan Pool
Dezhyra Thomas
Kirsten Peaden
Autumn Matthews
Toni Gray
Jordan Ardoin


W.H. RHODES STAR CITIZENS
for MOST RESPONSIBLE


KINDERGARTEN

Alyssa Clinger
Isabella Carpenter
Tiesha McAllister
Samantha Recker
Jaylin Williams
Jadyn Davis
Erica Slaughter
Maria Melei
Jessica Stout

FIRST GRADE

Angelica Wright
Trenton McDaniel
Hannah Mock
Tre'von Seals
Tristin Glover
Lexie Jerden
Emily Holmes
Kaitlin Peach


3RD NINE WEEKS

SECOND GRADE

Kelsey Hodges
Zachary Schiavo
Garrett Stephen
Amber Burttschell
Zackary Scruggs
Star Powell-Fisher
Cayhdra Hilliard
Eric Hanson
Morgan Shirley


THIRD GRADE

Josiah Pool
Jasmine Cox
Joshua Estrada
Morgan Scroggins
Sya Darbonne
Megan Predmore
Jasmine Bethea
Eric Hurst
Jordan Stansbury


FOURTH GRADE

Kyle Gentry
Jadarius Hill
Nakiya Russell
Mikaela Worley
Chapman O'Quinn
Chase Shell

FIFTH GRADE

Maddie Williams
Luke Leggett
Whitney Dowell
Tadarian Rambo
Brandi Sizemore
De Juan Adams
Autumn Matthews


9*.


W. H. Rhodes

"A" Honor Roll


5th Grade

Jordan Ardoin
Dakotah Bays
Taylor Ford
Makyla herrera
Kyle Kaniper
Autumn Matthews
Zachary Meyer
John Muok
Kirsten Peaden
Tom Piscopo
Jonathan Pool
Alexis Worrell


4th Grade

Annabeth Briggs
Dakota Cauley
Mary Cathryn
Cavazos
Kyle Delauretis
Jadarius Hill
Justin Larson
Isabelle Lopez
Lindsey McCarty
Kate Powers
Hannah Temple
Benjamin Thames
Karlyn Waters
Mikaela Worley


W.H. Rhodes A-B

4th Grade

Lauryn Adelman
Ashleigh Barney
Elijah Blackamore
Dominique Cale
Alexis Clark
Selena Coppedge
Ben Coulter
Nicholas Gardner
Hank Hard
Danielle Henrichsen
Louis Jackson
William Johnson
Alison Kardos
Soha Khan
Alicia King
Olivia McLaughlin
Makenzie Melton
Jessica Miller
Keoni Morrison
Alexander Robey
Cody Robinson
Chance Shell
Chase Shell
Autumn Stephens
Miranda Taylor
Kristin Treadaway
Ashton Wales
Justin Wheeler
Gillian Wisniewski
Zachary Womack
Tyler Wood

5th Grade

Jordan Ardoin
Kyle Baumann
Dakotah Bays
Taylor Ford
Makyla Herrera
Kyle Kaniper
Autumn Matthews
Zachary Meyer
John Muok
Kirsten Peaden
Tom Piscopo
Jonathan Pool
Alexis Worrell


3rd Grade

Jasmine Bethea
Angel Biaggni
Nikki Delagarza
Joshua Estrada
Georgia Farless
Kaitlynn Frierson
Caitlyn Harrigill
Malia Herrera
Keidra James
Skylar Jinright
Molly Likes
Ashley Matthews
Josiah Pool
Heavyn Porter
Megan Predmore
Diana Redden
Tyler Richmond
Elizabeth Waldrop


Honor Roll
3rd Grade
Shane Brewer
Kyleigh Carpenter
David Carraway
Christy Clark
Jai'lynn Colvin-Ellis
Gavin Collum
Christopher Custodio
Sya Darbonne
Quintin Davies
Regan Delabruere
Caitlyn Dunn
Kerstin Freeman
Duncan Griffin
Gabrean Grundin
Garrett Hale
Mason Harris
Brianne Hunter
Courtney Hubble
Zachary Klempke
Annika Knox
Madeleine Luedtke
Seth Martin
Christian Mason
Mya McDuffie
Alex Meyer
Christian Neary
Adriana Odom
Angel Parks
Devin Pham
Logan Pitts
Gernaro Poppe
Sarah Proffitt
Travon Price
Diana Redden
Jose Rodriguez
Chris Scott
Amanda Schraer
Morgan Scroggins
Warren Sells
Ashleigh Smith
Jordan Stansbury
Caleb Stacy
Jonathan Tedder
Brittany Thomas
Lexi Turner
Autumn Valderama
Christopher Vaughn
Courtney Welch
Miranda Whitaker
Megan Williams
Makenzie Worthington


Together We Can

Make The Difference

Jr. Panthers


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Kornerstone


Vacation Bible School Fun begins this week


Come out to


Outrigger Island!


Pack your gear, prepare
to set sail, and discover how
to live God's unshakable
truth on Outrigger Island.
Blackwater Baptist Church
in Munson would like to
announce their Vacation
Bible School for 2008 and
invite everyone from ages
birth to 99 to come and join
us for fun, snacks, crafts and
most importantly Bible
Truths. The events begin
with Kick-Off Day/Pre-
Registration Sunday, June 22
from 6 to 8 p.m. at the
church.
There will be games,


food, waterslide, a dunking
booth, prizes and much
more. Vacation Bible School
will begin at 6:30 p.m.
Monday, June 23 through
Friday, June 27 at 5:30 to
8:30 p.m. The Adult Class
will begin at 6:30 p.m. with
singing and preaching.
Please call 957-4044 for
more information or to pre-
register. The church is locat-
ed at 11689 Munson
Highway, or about 1/4 mile
south of Hwy. 3 in Munson.
Make plans to come out and
enjoy the Bible truths, crafts,
music, games and snacks!


Immanuel sets sail


Set sail! Immanuel
Vacation Bible School will
be heading out for Outrigger
Island for a week of nonstop
action learning God's
unshakable truth. Explore
live Bible truths-"God is
real, Jesus is God's Son,
Jesus is the Only Way, the
Bible is God's Word, and my
actions show what I
believe." By the end of the
week, you will have learned


what it means to know,
speak, and live the truth.
Vacation Bible School
begins Monday, June 23
through Friday, June 27 from
9 a.m. until noon. Children
ages 4 through Grade 5 are
invited! A Kid's Fun Day
will be held Saturday, June
21 from 9 a.m. to noon with
games, food, prizes and a
water slide. For more infor-
mation, call 994-1688.


SRBA VBS schedule


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 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. I
Woodbine
8:00pm 4912
Rd., Pace -
Cosmic City


5 : 0 0 -
Woodbine
994-6169 -


Attention Boys & Girls
Calvary Baptist Church goes through Friday, June
of Allentown is inviting 20th. It begins at 9 a.m. in
boys and girls, ages 3 the Fellowship Hall. Grab
through the Fifth grade to your hats and be ready to
come and join them on a trail saddle up. Call 623-6569 for
ride through Cactus Canyon more information.
VBS. It began Monday and

Club VBS Cactus Canyon


First Baptist Church of
Bagdad, located at 4529
Forsythe Street, Bagdad, will
be having their Vacation
Bible School Wednesdays
only, from June 25 to August
27th, 6 p.m. to 7:30 p.m.
Also, continuing this
week is Outrigger Island -


Living God's unshakeable
Truth! It begins at 5:30 and
lasts until 8:30 p.m. A meal
is served from 5:30 to 5:50
p.m.
For more information,
call Joyce Grimes at 623-
8897.


Hounds in the Park


- Beach Party!


The Hallelujah Hounds
are being featured Saturday,
June 21st at Carpenter's Park
beginning at 6 p.m. The
theme is a Beach Party with
great beach-style Christian
music. This is a family event
with great music, lots of fun
and plenty of free cotton
candy, popcorn and snow-
cones. The Hallelujah
Hounds are a life-sized pup-


pet dog band that performs
oldies-style Christian music
with a lot of audience partic-
ipation. All ages are wel-
come! These events are not
just for kids, the adults enjoy
it as well. For more
information or directions to
the park, go to
www.halleluujahhounds.co
m or call 675-1362.


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M ITARY-


Airman 1st Class Angelo Dearco


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Air Force Airman 1st
Class Angelo J. Dearco has
graduated from basic mili-
tary training at Lackland Air
Force Base, San Antonio,
Texas.
During the six weeks of
training, the airman studied
the Air Force mission,
organization, and military
customs and courtesies; per-


formed drill and ceremony
marches, and received phys-
ical training, rifle marks-
manship, field training exer-
cises, and special training in
human relations.
In addition, airmen who
complete basic training earn
credits toward an associate
degree through the
Community College of the
Air Force.
Dearco is the son of
Margeret Bower of Calle de
Palencia, Navarre, Fla., and
Angelo Dearco of
Springbrook Lane, Mary
Esther, Fla.
He is a 2005 graduate of
Choctawhatchee High
School, Fort Walton Beach,
Fla.


Army Private Michael Schoudel


Army Pvt. Michael A.
Schoudel has graduated
from basic combat training
at Fort Jackson, Columbia,
SC.
During the nine weeks


of training, the soldier stud-
ied the Army mission, histo-
ry, tradition and core values,
physical fitness, and
received instruction and
practice in basic combat


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.+ Ask the Preacher

l o l-ln d' .it a h i b ,d-r. i ',c.;' t li i:

Dear Pastor Gallups, "What about the Dead Sea
Scrolls. I hear a lot about them, but I don't understand
their importance." S.D. PaceDear S.D.,
There is a plethora of information on this topic.
Many books have been written, movies made and web-
sites created dedicated solely to this subject. Some of
these are quite sensational and have to be approached very
cautiously.
Here is a brief understanding of the Dead Sea scrolls.
They were the libraries of a previously unknown first-cen-
tury Jewish sect. They were kept in caves near the com-
munity of Qumran for safekeeping because of the advanc-
ing Roman troops in about AD 70.
Eventually, the Qumran community was completely
destroyed, no one ever returned, and the scrolls were for-
gotten until they were discovered by accident in 1948 by
a Bedouin shepherd. They contain the text of most of the
Old Testament and the rules and regulations of the com-
munity at Qumran.
The Old Testament text from Qumran is 900 years
older than any previous copy of the Old Testament, and it
is virtually 100% identical. This vindicates the textual
integrity of the Old Testament for an additional 1,000
years and probably farther than that.
Recently, experts have made discoveries among the
documents from Qumran that may be fragments of canon-
ical Christian gospels, which, if verified, could push back
the dating of the New Testament to the first decades after
the Crucifixion. This would be a huge asset in determin-
ing the authenticity, authority and reliability of the New
Testament documents. Although, the New Testament doc-
uments are still considered, to this day, to be THE MOST
reliable of all ancient documents known to man.
Thank you for your question. I hope this helps and I
pray that the Bible is a daily part of your walk with the
Lord Jesus.

Carl Gallups is the Pastor of Hickory Hammock Baptist Church. in Milton. He has a Bachelor
of Science degree from Florida State University, and a Master of Divinity from The New Orleans
Baptist Theological Seminary. He has been pastor of HHBC since 1987. He serves as an
International Youth Evangelist for the Southern Baptist Convention preaching all over the U.S. and
Canada. For more information about HHBC, call 623-8959 or 626-8951, fax:623-0197. If you have
any questions for Ask The Preacher, send it to: Ask The Preacher, Hickory Hammock Baptist
Church, 8351 Hickory Hammock Road, Milton, Florida 32583-paid advertisement


Ward celebrates!


Morris C. Ward of the
Allentown community cele-
brated his 90th birthday on
Tuesday, June 17. Many
know Morris as the owner of
Ward's Grocery, and as a
lifelong leader in the
Calvary Baptist Church of

skills, military weapons,
chemical warfare and bayo-
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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
FOR SANTA ROSA
COUNTY, FLORIDA PRO-
BATE DIVISION
File No. 57-2008-CP-154
Division:
IN RE: ESTATE OF
MARIE ROSE SCHIESSER
BROXTON
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS


NOTICE TO CREDITORS
The administration of the estate
of Roger Wade Harris, de-
ceased, whose date of death
was March 28, 2007 is pend-
ing in the Circuit Court for
Santa Rosa County, Florida
Probate Division the address of
which is 6865 Carolina Street,
Milton, Florida 32570. The
names and addresses of the
personal representative and the
personal representative's attor-
ne are set forth below.
Al creditors of the decedent
ad ohrDrsosvna cams


The administration of the estate or demands against decedent's
of Marie Rose Schiesser estate on whom a copy of this
Broxton deceased, whose date notice is required to be served
of death was December 22, must file their claims with this
2007, is pending in the Circuit court WITHIN THE LATER OF 3
Court for Santa Rosa County, MONTHS AFTER THE TIME OF
Florida, Probate Division the THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF
address of which is 6865 Caro- THIS NOTICE OR 30 DAYS AF-
line Street, Milton, Florida TER THE DATE OF SERVICE OF
32570. The names and ad- A COPY OF THIS NOTICE ON
dresses of the personal repre- THEM.
sentative and the personal
representative's attorney are set All other creditors of the dece-
forth below, dent and other persons having
All creditors of the decedent claims or demands against
and other persons having claims decedent's estate must file their
or demands against decedent's claims with this court WITHIN 3
estate on whom a copy of this MONTHS AFTER THE DATE OF
notice is required to be served THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF
must file their claims with this THIS NOTICE.
court WITHIN THE LATER OF 3 ALL CLAIMS NOT FILED
MONTHS AFTER THE TIME OF WITHIN THE TIME PERIODS
THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF SET FORTH IN SECTION
THIS NOTICE OR 30 DAYS AF- 733.702 OF THE FLORIDA
TER THE DATE OF SERVICE OF PROBATE CODE WILL BE FOR-
A COPY OF THIS NOTICE ON EVER BARRED.
THEM. NOTWITHSTANDING THE
All other creditors of the dece- TIME PERIODS SET FORTH
dent and other persons having ABOVE, ANY CLAIM FILED
claims or demands against TWO (21 YEARS OR MORE AF-
decedent's estate must file their TER THE DECEDENT'S DATE
claims with this court WITHIN 3 OF DEATH IS BARRED.
MONTHS AFTER THE DATE OF The date of first publication of
THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF this notice is June 7, 2008.
THIS NOTICE.
ALL CLAIMS NOT FILED Attorney for Personal Represent-
WITHIN THE TIME PERIODS active:
SET FORTH IN SECTION /s/ Julie Ann Sombathy
733.702 OF THE FLORIDA Julie Ann Sombathy
PROBATE CODE WILL BE FOR- Attorney for Holley DeZenzo
EVER BARRED. Florida Bar No. 0009740
Isler, Sombathy & Sombathy,
NOTWITHSTANDING THE PA'
TIME PERIODS SET FORTH PO. Box430
ABOVE ANY CLAIM FILED 434 Magnolia Avenue (Zip:
TWO (2 YEARS OR MORE AF- 32401 )
TER THE DECEDENT'S DATE Panama City, Florida
OF DEATH IS BARRED. 32402-0430
The date of first publication of Telephone: 1850 769-5532
this notice is June 11, 2008. Fax: (850) 785-5852
Attorney for Personal Represent- Personal Representative:
active: sa/ Halley DeZenzo
/s/ Patrick G. Emmanuel Halley DeZezno
Patrick G. Emmanuel, Es. of 4919 Belle Ridge Lane
Emmanuel, Sheppard & Con- Apartment 102
don Pace, FL 32571
Attorneys for Personal Repre-
sentative 061108
Florida Bar No. 22634 061808
30 S. Spring Street 6/613
PO. Drawer 1271
Pensacola Florida _
32591-121'1
Telephone: (850) 433-6581 Le-al 6/623


Personal Representative:
/s/ Joseh Randall Broxton, Sr.
Joseph Randall Broxton, Sr.
13 North Sunset Boulevard
Gulf Breeze, Florida 32561
061108
061808
6/227
Legal 6/613
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT,
1ST JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
THE STATE OF FLORIDA IN
AND FOR SANTA R6SA
COUNTY FLORIDA
PROBATE DMSION
File No.: 08-97-CP
IN RE: ESTATE OF
ROGER WADE HARRIS

Do Something
Good For
Tomorrow
RECYCLE
TODAY!


RE-N OF FORECLO- forth in said Summary Final under or against the Defend-
SURNAl Judgment, to-wit: ants, who are not known to be
dead or alive, and all parties
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN pur- COMMENCE AT THE having or claiming to have any
suant to an Order Granting the SOUTHWEST CORNER OF right, title or interest in the prop-
Motion to Reset Foreclosure THE NORTH ONE HALF OF erty described in the mortgage
Sale dated June 2, 2008 en- THE SOUTHWEST 1/4 OF being foreclosed herein.
tered in Civil Case No. SECTION 2 TOWNSHIP I
07-339-CA-O1 of the Circuit NORTH, RANGE 29WEST YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
Court of the 1st Judicial Circuit SANTA ROSA COUNTY, that an action to foreclose a
in and for SANTA ROSA FLORIDA, THENCE 90 DE- mortgage on the following prop-
County, MILTON, Florida, I will GREES 00 MINUTES, 00 erty:
sell t the highest and best bid- SECONDS EAST ALbNG
der or cas at THE NORTH THE SOUTH UNE THEREOF, LOT 12 BLOCK C, SANTA
FRONT STEPS of the SANTA BEING ALSO THE NORTH- ROSA SHORES EAST RE-
ROSA County Courthouse, ERLY RIGHT OF WAY ULINE CORDED IN PLAT BOOK B
6865 CAROLINE STREET, MIL- OF A PAVED COUNTY PAGE 138, SANTA ROSA
TON Florida t 1100 a.m. onROAD (33.00 FOOT RIGHT COUNTY, FLORIDA.
the 16dayofJuly,2008the OFWAY]1750.34 FEETTO
following describedpropery a THE WESTERLY RIGHT OF has been filed against you and
set forth in said Summary Final WAY UNE OF A PAVED you are required to serve I
Jud ment, to-wit: COUNTY ROAD (33.00 copy of your written defenses, if
LOT 19. ALHAMBRA FOOT RIGHT OF WAY); any, to t on DAVID J. STERN,
TOWNHO(JSES, SECTION THENCE NORTH 03 DE- ESQ. Plaintiff's attorney, whose
4, TOWNSHIP 3 SOUTH, GREES 34 MINUTES 47 address si 900 South Pine Is-
RANGE 29 WEST AS RE- SECONDS EAST ALONG land Road #400, Planiation, FL
CORDED IN PLAT BOOK C SAID WESTERLY RIGHT OF 33324-3920 on or before July
PAGE 198 OF THE PUBUC WAY LINE 613.80 FEET TO 22, 2008, (no later than 30
RECORDS bF SANTA ROSA THE POINT OF BEGINN- days from the date of the first
COUNTY, FLORIDA. ING- THENCE CONTINUE publication of this notice of ac-
NORTH 03 DEGREES 34 lion)l ad file the original with
Any person claiming an interest MINUTES 47 MINUTES the clerk of this c :..-,- .'Mr be-
in heo rplus r mI the s i EAST ALONG SAID WEST- fore service on ,ra,,.,iH : ttaor.
any. other than the property ERLY RIGHT OF WAY LINE ney or immediately thereafter;
bwner as of the date of ithelis 102.30 FEET* THENCE otherwise a detaul will be en-
pendens, must tile a claim SOUTH 90 DEGREES 00 tered against you for the relief
within 60 days after the sale MINUTeS 00 SECONDS demand in the complaint or
WEST 152.05 FEET; petition filed herein.
Dated this 3 day of June, 2008. THENCE SOUTH 03 DE-
GREES 34 MINUTES 47 WITNESS my hand and the seal
MARY M. JOHNSON SECONDS WEST 102.30 of this Court at SANTA ROSA
Clerk of the Circuit Court FEET' THENCE NORTH 90 County, Florida, this 9 day of
CIRCUIT COURT SEAL DEGREES 00 MINUTES 00 June, 2008.
By;J. Wlatkins SECONDS EAST 152.05
Deputy Clerk FEET TO THE POINT OF BE- MARY M. JOHNSON
GINNING. CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT
IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE Any person claiming an interest COURT
AMERICANS WITH DISABILI in the surus romhe sole i CIRCUIT COURT SEAL
TIES ACT persons with disabili- any, other than the roer BY: BRANDY NORRIS
ties needing a special accom- owner as of the dae ot the lis DEPUTY CLERK
modation should contact pnn must tile a claim
COURT ADMINISTRATION, at w day ter he sale LAW OFFICES OF DAVID J.
SANTA ROSA County Court- Dated this 4 day o June, 20k8. STERN
house at 1-800-955-8771 ATTORNEY FOR PLAINTIFF
(TDDI or 1-800-955-8770, via MARY M. JOHNSON 900 SOUTH PINE ISLAND
Florida Relay Service. Clerk at the Circuit Court ROAD SUITE 400
CIRCUIT COURT SEAL PLANTATION FL 33324-3920
061108 By: Brandy Norris 08-405O29(ALS)IFM
061408 Deputy Clerk IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE
6/623 TH LAW OFFICES OF DAVID AMERICANS WITH DISABILI-
J. STERN P.A., ATTORNEY TIES ACT, persons with
FOR PLAINTIFF disabilities needing a special
900 South Pine Island Roadaccommodation should contact
Legal 6/629 Suite 400 COURT ADMINISTRATION, at
Plantation, FL 33324-3920 the SANTA ROSA County
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF (9541233-8000 Courthouse at
THE 1ST JUDICIAL CIRCUIT 07-25837 (TCFM) 1-800-955-8771 (TDD ori
IN AND FOR SANTA ROSA 1-800-955-8770, via Forida
COUNTY FLORIDA IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE Relay Service.
GENERAL. JURISDICTION AMERICANS WITH DISABILI-
DIVISIONERAL USDIC TIES ACT, persons with 061808
CASE NO: disabilities needing a special 062508
57-2008CA-000174-CA XXX accommodation should contact 6/658
COURT ADMINISTRATION, at
CITIMORTGAGE, INC. the SANTA ROSA County
PLAINTIFF Courthouse at NONE
vL. AIN. 1-800-955-8771 (TDDi O l 6/
VS. 51-800-955-8770, via Florida Legal 6/659
JERRY E. CHAVIS; UNKNOWN Relay Service. NOTICE TO BIDDERS
SPOUSE OF JERY E. CHAVIS R TRUC-
IF ANYY ANY AND ALL UN- 061808
KNOWN PARTIES CLAIMING 0625081
DV TiDOUii I/ NEL I Ikifn ANDr 6/62 TL. O.... _1- _,4 ...-n. C--:-i


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF NAMED INDIVIDUAL DEFEND-
THE 1ST JUDICIAL CIRCUIT ANTS)T WHO ARE NOT
IN AND FOR SANTA ROSA KNOWN TO BE DEAD OR
COUNTY, FLORIDA ALIVE WHETHER SAID UN-
GENERAL JURISDICTION KNOWN PARTIES MAY CLAIM"
DIVISION AN INTEREST AS SPOUSES,
CASE NO: 07-339-CA-01 HEIRS, DEVISEES, GRANTEES
OR OTHER CLAIMEANTS- JOHN
U.S. BANK NATIONAL ASSO- DOE AND JANE ObE AS
CATION AS TRUSTEE FOR UNKNOWN TENANTS IN
CREDIT SUJISSE HEAT 2005-9 POSSESSION
PLAINTIFF DEFENDANTS)
VS.
ROY C STRICKLAND- KATHY CEOFFORECLO l
LYNN STRICKLAND ANY AND
ALL UNKNOWN PARTIES NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN pur-
CLAIMING BY, THROUGH suantto a Summary Final Judg
UNDER AND AGAINST THE ment of Foreclosure dated June
HEREIN NAMED INDIVIDUAL 4 2008 entered in Civil Case
DEFENDANTS) WHO ARE Io. 57-2008-CA-000174-
NOT KNOWN TO BE DEAD CA-XXXX of the Circuit Court of
OR ALIVE ,WHETHER SAID UN- the 1ST Judicial Circuit in and
KNOWN PARTIES MAY CLAIM for SANTA ROSA County Mil-
AN INTEREST AS SPOUSES ton Florda I will setlI/ the
HEIRS, DEVISEES, GRANTEES highest and best bidder for cash
OR OTHER CLAIMANTS at'the NORTH FRONT STEPS ot
MORTGAGE ELECTRONIC the Courthouse, 6865 Caroline
REGISTRATION SYSTEMS Street at the SANTA ROSA
INC.; JOHN DOE AND JANE County Courthouse located at
DOE AS UNKNOWN TEN- 6816 Caroline Street in Milton,
ANTS IN POSSESSION Florida, at 11:00 a.m. on the
DEFENDANT(S) 17 day of July, 2008 the follow-
ing described property as set


Legal 6/658
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE 1ST JUDICIAL CIRCUIT,
IN AND FOR SANTA ROSA
COUNTY, FLORID
GENERAL JURISDICTION
DIVISION
CASE NO:
57-2008-CA-391
AURORA LOAN SERVICES LLC,
PLAINTIFF,
'/n


JAMES R. PARKER, ET AL.,
DEFENDANTSS.


TO: JAMES R. PARKER; I
KNOWN SPOUSE
JAMES R. PARKER
whose residence is unknov
he/she/they be ving; ar
he/se/she/eype aead, the
known defendants who ma
spouses, heirs, devisees, g
ees, assignees, lienors, c
trs, trustees, and all p
claiming an interest by, throw


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sloners o Santa Rosa County,
Florida will receive bids from
qualified licensed contractors
for the demolition and recon-
struction of the residence at
1851 Mittie Crain Road, Mil-
ton, FL 32570.
This work includes the demoli-
tion of the existing structure and
the reconstruction of a
single-family residence in ac-
cordance with the Hurricane
Housing Recovery Program re-
construction policies and proce-
dures, along with plans and
specifications.
All bids must be original and
delivered by hand Fed EX, or
mail to the Santa koso County
Procurement Department at
6495 Caroline Street Suite G
Milton Florida 32370; and
must be received by 10:00
.m, local time, on TUESDAY,
July 15, 2008, at which time
ids will be 'ublicly opened
and read alous Bids are to be
sealed and clearly labeled
"BID 1851 Miftle Cram
Road." Bids received after the
time set for the bid opening will
be rejected and returned usno-


opened to the bidder. All inter-
ested parties are invited to at-
tend.
Questions concerning this proj-
ect should be directed to John
Barnes of the Santa Rosa
County Building Inspections De-
partment at (8B0) 981-7004.
Project documents, including
drawings and specifications
may be viewed at the Santa
Rosa County Procurement De-
partment at 6495 Caroline
Street, Milton; or the Santa Rosa
County Planning and Zoning
Deportment 6051 Old Bagdad
Hiway, Milton, Florida. Plans
and specifications may be se-
cured from the Santa Rosa
County Pr urement Department
at a non-refundable cost of $10
per set.
A pre-bid con-
erence will be held on July 3,
2008 at 9:00 a.m. local time
at 1851 MittieCroin Road, Mil(
ton, FL 32570. All interested
parties are invited to attend.
The Board of County Commis-
sioners reserves the right to
waive .,..,. t :.i... in bids, to
reject :., :. .ill bids with or
without cause, and to accept
the bid that in its judgment is in
the best interest of Santo Rosa
County, Florida.
Santa Rosa County does not dis-
criminate on the basis of race,
color, national or]in, sex, reli-
aion, age, or handicapped sta-
ts in employment or provision
of service.
By order of the Board of County
Commissioners of Santa Rosa
County, Florida.
061808
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3170 Collectibles
3180 Computers
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10 Oam(cst). Highway, Milton
n Fairhope, (corner of Avalon Blvd.
is Orange and Highway 90) will
cla. Some have a rummage sale
URY, all in the Felowship Hall on
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e1 auction Saturday, June 28th from
d, Orana e 8am until 12 noon on
1)t45-4608 both days. We will have
esales.com items such as books,
info kitchen items, misc.,
heritage Re- and fresh baked goods.
Sponsored by Lutheran
Womens Missionary
^ League. Donations ac-
S cepted. Contact person:
Lily Carothers 626-2051
0 THREE FAMIUES
sectional, having yard sales on
r. $400. Ashmore Lane in Pace.
Follow signs from
5 points. Fri.-Sat.
June 20-21
OUTSIDE 7am-?
URE
$150, YARD SALE
60 6513 Winston Brown Rd
30. Fri & Sat.
53 June 20 & 21
8am until 2pm
(cancel if rain)
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X -- Fri. June 20th
0 ]I 7iam-3pm
6709 Venturo Blvd.
D SALE in Bagdad. Turn off
0th, Old Bagdad Hw.
21 st on Audiss Rd. Audiss
on Lane. crosses Ventura
ear, other
onerous to YARD SALE
am-? Saturday the 21 st
7am until 3pm
INN 4240 Sally Street
IS in Pace. Jewelry,
N SALE clothes, craft supplies,
N furniture & books.
couches, YARD SALE
pictures, Saturday, June 21 st
, etc. 6:30 am to noon
sell 5632 Sweet Birch Lane
.21 in Timber Ridge,
2pm off Avalon Blvd.
aylor Dr.
CALLS,
3250
.- Double D Farms
Q7. Silver King Corn and
other seasonal vegeta-
bles. Also available our
famous onions. 8858
Hwy 89 North at Allen-
town Florida. Closed
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MILTON YARD SALE
5211 Willard Norris Rd.
Sat., June 21 st at 9am
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8' truck bed rails, toys,
clothes, dressers, wall
pictures, dishes, twin bed
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Saturday, June 28th
20x20 space for Garage
Sale Items for $15.00
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Event 4120 Sales
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Summer job. Part time m l
CDL bus driver needed.
Bob's Canoe
Rental & Sales REAL ESTATE FOR RENT
623-5457F r
6100 Business/
Night Shift Commercial
Night Shift 6110- Apartments
Manager needed. 6 6120 Beach Rentals
months fast food expern- 6130 Condo/Townhouse
ence required. Call for 6140- House Rentals
appointment. 626-5675 e6150 Roommate Wanted
6160 Rooms for Rent
6170 Mobile Home/Lot
No Truck Driver 6180 Out-of-Town Rentals
Experience-No Problem. 6190- Timeshare Rentals
Wil-Trans Trucking Will 6200 Vacation Rentals
Teach You How to Drive.
Company Sponsored CDL
Training. Be OTR in Three
Weeks. 1888)368-1 205.
Must be 23.100
Milton Office Space
for lease.
OPTOMETRIC TECH 4-Offices, various sizes,
& RECEPTIONIST $350 & up includes utili-
New private optometry ties. 850-255-4004
practice looking
for someone to
learn all aspects of
the practice, including 6110
pre-testing, glasses, sI lo-~~---- I
contact lenses, answer- 1 BR/1 BA on Hwy
ing phones, insurance, 89/Dogwood. CH/A,
and more. No experi- water sewer & garbage
ence necessary. Wi- included. $400/mo.
ing to train. This posi- $400/dep. Available im-
tion is part-time with mediately. Call
the option of increasing 292-9645
hours to full-time as lways-Rentin ? 1- b
the practice grows Always Rentin? 14bd
EmailHomes from $19 /mol
dremilywhitman $20/ 5%dn, 20yrs @
yanoo.com 8%apr! For Listings
*(800)815-4392.

D Duplex 2BR/1 BA.
NEWl y gAY AlIelectric. Kitchen
equipped. CH/A.
Garbage, sewer and
Other water furnished. Car-
pet, washer/dryer
1Honest hookups. Pet deposit.
Hones$300 dep. $450 rent.
responsible 6587 A Lee St.
person 623-4811 or
needed or office clean- 418-2926
inq Pt. time evenings.
Ca1l 850-934-1781 Milton
Web ID #27812385 1/BR furnished, partial
electric paid & water.
New carpet/tle.No
TAKING LAWN dogs. Laundryroom, pool,
SERVICE BIDS walking distance to
through 6/15/08 For stores, restuarants.
6 locations in Milton and $650/mth plus deposit.
Pensacola. Contact Bring ad $100 off.
Charlene at ESI, 6436 Emerald Sands
Hwy. 90 in Milton 712-9968
Milton
TRUCK DRIVER Trainina- 1BD/1BA apartment.
3 week Class-A CDL Great for single adult.
course. National Company Total electric.Water and
Sponsorships Available. garbage pick up in
Employment Opportunity ic up in
Upon Receipt Class clude N ets.
CDL. Classes Start Weekly. $500mo/$400dep
Call (866)577-2369. 623-5697
(leave message)
TRUCK DRIVERS: CDL Milton 2/1 unfurnished
training. Up to $20,000 no dogs. Water paid.
bonus. Accelerate your ca- Laundry room, pool,
reer as a soldier. Drive out walking distance to
terrorism by keeping the stores, restuarants, etc.
Army National Guard $550. month,
su lied. $350-$550 ,dep.)
1- 0 GUARD.com/truc emerald Sands
k. 712-9968
Milton
Start a New Career as?? 2/1, brick dulex.
Nationally Certified HVAC All ceramic tile floors.
Technician 3.wk pro- Laundry room, stove & re-
gram. No Experience. Lo- frigerafor. Includes water,
cal job placement assis- sewer & trash pick up.
tance. Call it's HOTI Non-smoking environ-
(877)994-9904. ment. 626-2928


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Milton
Apartments
Efficiencies, 1 Bdrms,
2 Bdrms. $350 Dep.
1 st month rent only $450
for any apartment.
NO DOGSI Mention this
ad for discount prices.
712-9968
Milton
Efficiency All utilities
paid. No dogs. Walking
distance to stores
restuarants, etc. Laun-
dryroorm, inground swim-
ming pool. $495 month/
$250. dep. Bring ad
$100 off. Emerald Sands
712-9968
NEW MEETS OLD
Freshly, remodeled
1/1 with laundry room &
private drive. Convenient
O Downtown. $495. mo
(850)333-8598




*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

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. 361-7945
4bd 2.5ba Home only
$325/mol 2bd 1ba only
199/mol 5%dn, 20yrs @
8%APR For Listings & info
(800)815-4392.
Bagdad
Charming 1/1 on 1/3
acre. Includes trash pick
up, gas, washer/dryer
and lawn care. $575.
month $300. dep.
(850)313-1300
Military & Senior
discount.
Bagdad
Two bedroom house.
Water & garbage fur-
nished. Neo pets. Clean &
in good condition. Close
to Tom Thumb and 110.
$600. month $150.
dep. 623-8415
Chumuckla
Brand new, 3/2 house
on one acre. $950.
month/$500. dep.
232-5680
FOR LEASE TO OWN
4 bedrooms, 2 bath.
2500 sq. ft. Adams
Home $199,900.
(850) 826-0832
HOUSE FOR RENT
2/1 in good area. All
electric, central heat/air.
Dishwasher, over-range
microwave, washer/
dryer hook-ups. Large
storage building & car-
part. Kitchen equipped.
Tile in kitchen/bath.
623-4976 or 255-581
Milton
2BR IBA
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, re. No pets,
non-smoking environ-
ment. Berryhill area.
$695/renf $600/dep.
994-5946


NfW ruJAV

Milton
Milton For rent
3 Bedroom / 1 Bath
Brick Home
Large backyard, covered
patio, vertical blinds
posit. 1 year lease re-
Call: 850-758-7600


E _6140 ...

SUpERSIZED
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. Cal1 850-723-3499



Navarre -
2 story, 4 br, 2V/2 ba,
2150s home on lame
natural lot in beautiful,
quiet waterfront neigh-
borhood. 9' ceilings sep-
arate living & dining
rooms, eat-in kitchen. Lg.
whirlpool tub & separate
shower in master bath.
$1800mo. Call 850
261-0322, or 685-8048
leave message.
NICE & CLEAN
2/1 All electric. Central
heat & air. Fenced yard.
No pets. $525. month,
$500. dep. 623-1601

Niceville
3br, 2ba/lcg $950,
4br, 2ba/Tcg, Valpa-
raiso pets allowed,
$1100. Both recently re-
modeled. 217-3801
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


S e6170 |
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 626-8,973
E. Milton
2/2 on private lot.
7945 Kamie Court. Total
electric. No pets. $550
Crest Realty 994-7918
E. MILTON
3/2 mobile home.
Minutes from 110, quiet
area with fenced yard.
Non-smoking environ-
ment, no pets. $600.
lease, references &
deposit. 41,8-0783
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



bage and lawn service.
No Pets.
2/2 for $500/mth.
Call 698t458

Quiet Park 2006
2/BR 2/BA. No Pets,
non-smoking. $545 per
monthplus deposit.
626-1552
Milton
Several Mobile Homes
2/BR totally renovated.
Ranging in price
$300/mth to $500/mth
$200 deposit. No pets.
Lots also available
983-7259 or 368-7506
N. Milton
Clean, 2/1 mobile
home fGr rent. Water &
garbage included. No
pets. $450. mo., $300
dep. Call 675-6614
North Milton
Quiet & Clean 3/2,
CH/A Covered porch.
$495/mth includes
water, garbage & sewer.
$495/deposit.
623-9902


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2/BR, covered entry, all
electric, CH/A, just re-
modeled. Water & gar-
bage 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 .
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. Nopets.
$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




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Fort Walton Beach
4Bdrm on Lake
Quiet/safe/close to bot
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sf, 2.5 bar, newly remoc
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& heat etc. $259,900
Call (850) 621-4314.
HOLLEY BY THE SEA
4/3, 2000 sq. Ft., 2
story, totally renovated.
$182,500. 712-5983
Milton
Charming, approx.
2,100 sq.It. house.
Zoned commercial &
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with screened porch &
carport. $205,000. Call
(850)582-2689



Navarre -
2 story, 4 br, 2/ ba
2150sf home on largi
natural lot. 9' ceilings
separate living & dinmn
rooms, eat-in kitchen. Lg
whirlpool tub and sepc
rate shower in maste
bath. Beautiful, quiet wc
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Priced to sell at the re
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261-0322, or 685-8041
leave message.


OPEN HOUSE
Former 84 Lumber for
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Milton, FL 32583
June 23, 2008
10am- 4pm
For more info contact
Cheri Bomar
724-228-3636 ext 1364
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JACKSONVILLE, FL
ONLY $180 PER MONTH.
1 AC Homesite WAS
69,900 NOW $39,900.
0% down, three yr fixed
interest at 6.59%. Private
Gated Community Play-
ground, Lakes. 20 mins.
downtown, EZ drive to
beaches near airport.
(877)439-5263. FL&R





Pace
Newly remodeled 1997
28 X 60 Doublewide
manufactured home on a
quiet cul-de-sac lot in
Condor 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


TWO MOBILE HOME
FOR SALE
Recently remodeled, 3/2
each. Doublewide with
large shed & lake access.
$84,999 ; Sinalewide on
Acres. $69, 999.
418-0783




7190

Absolute Auction
Sat. June 28 @ 10:00am.
Home + 66+/- Acres
Lumpkin (Stewart Co.) GA.
Target Auction
1800)476-3939 GA AU
#003069 Albert Burney
(256)543-1654.


Coastal Georgia- Gated
Golf/ Waterfront Commu-
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trails tennis, boat docks,
SP CIAL PRICING starting
at $65k. (877)266-7376.

Colorado Ranch Foreclo-
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59 900 Other ranches
available Year-round roads,
access to utilities. Excellent
Financing Available.
1866)696-5263 X.4289
www.FUovesCO.com.

DOCKABLE TENNESSEE
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$49900. Nicely wooded,
gentle slope to water. Ex-
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25+ years. Must see. Call
(888)792-5253, xl 892


How about TENNESSEE?
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LAKE HOMESITES from
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www.seelakethurmond.com.

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FROM JUST $39,900 Lake
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later! Excellent financing
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x 4270 www.seegpi.com.

MURPHY, NORTH CARO-
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Call (recorded message)
(888)224-2365.

Pre-Grand Opening
Lakefront Salel 7 Acres-
$49,900. 6/21/08 Only.
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from Interstatel Gated com-
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county water, utilities,
more. Lowest financing in
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vale acres
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area and
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$7500.00, 157K
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To evaluate Audibel's new BluWave Digital Signal
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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
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Hearing tests to determine candidacy will be held from:
June 2nd through June 30th.
Please call immediately. Spaces are limited.

P.S. Any participant who purchases a hearing aid will also receive a
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Those interested must call today!

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