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July 4 fireworks occur on Elmira


By BILL GAMBLING
bgamblin@srpressgazette.com

A second batch of fireworks
exploded Friday hight, but these
were only visible to the crowd on
Elmira Street in Milton near Mil-
ton Forklift Service.
Milton Police arrested six peo-
ple on charges ranging from bur-
glary, to battery, to assault, and to
battery on a law enforcement of-
ficer.


Six arrested, face charges


Arrested following Friday's
8:30 p.m. incident: Richard Earl
Gilmore, 37, Jay, charged with two
counts of battery on a law enforce-
ment officer; Michael A. Gilmore,
49, Eclectic, Ala., charged with
three counts of battery, and two
counts of battery on a law enforce-
ment officer; Charlotte Gilmore,


33, Jay, charged with one count of
assault and one count of burglary;
Susan Steele, 30, Milton, charged
with one count of assault and one
count of criminal mischief; Wil-
bur Sutherin, 36, Milton, charged
with one count of assault on a law
enforcement officer, two counts of
battery on a law enforcement of-


ficer, and one count of criminal
mischief; and Jeffery Woodall, 34,
Milton, charged with two counts
of battery on a law enforcement
officer.
Reports allege the four men
and two women were involved in
an altercation with two off-duty
Santa Rosa County deputies and
three civilians.
According to Corporal Nancy
Ravey with the Milton Police,
prior to the incident, Milton Police


had already responded to the same
location twice.
Statements from off-duty dep-
uties Roman Jackson and Brian
Miller allege the incident began
with a man arguing with Miller,
wanting a $5 parking fee on the
county right of way.
Miller told Milton Police the
man then reached his hand inside
the vehicle and put his index finger

See FIREWORKS A4


Restaurant may re-open this week


By JENI, SENTER
jsenter@srpressgazette.com

A local restaurant owner
is working hard to reopen his
restaurant after being closed
down by the Florida Depart-
ment of Worker's Compen-
sation Bureau of Compliance
and hopes to be able to be-
gin serving the public again
sometime this week.
Shuckems, on Stewart
Street in Milton, was served
with a Stop Work Order on
June 11 due to failure to
pay worker's compensation
premiums. Tim. Frazier, the
owner of Shuckems, says he
knows he made a mistake,
but that he wants to set the


record straight regarding ru-
mors surrounding the tem-
porary closure of his restau-
rant.
Some workers, who pre-
viously alleged they were
not paid, failed to return
phone calls from the Press
Gazette this week to confirm
what they had previously
claimed. Frazier says he has
paid every employee what he
or she was owed, and some
of them even more than they
had earned. "One young
lady who worked for me.
was owed some money, but
she left the job for another
without giving a notice and
without collecting her pay.
When she did come back for


her pay, I gave her a $20 bill
instead of the $161 owed her,.
because I didn't have change.
Everyone has been paid what
they were owed," says Fra-
zier.
Frazier says he is actively
working on obtaining the
workers compensation insur-
ance he needs to be in com-
pliance with the law. "I know
I did wrong by paying under
the table, but I am taking
care of that. Everyone makes
mistakes, but I am fixing it.
I am going to pay my one
thousand dollar fine and try
to learn from my mistake.
We have employees waiting
to come back to work. I hope
we will be able to reopen this


week," says Frazier.
Frazier Wants Milton to
know he is trying to make
amends and he hopes people
can see past the mistake and
continue to come to the res-
taurant for the food and the
service. "We have great food
and employees who are good
people. We just want to pro-
vide a service and move on
past the mistakes," says Fra-
zier.
Currently in Santa Rosa
County, 10 businesses,
which were closed over the
past 12 months (after being
served with Stop Work Or-
ders), are still not released
due to continuing failure to
comply with the law.


Memorial for


Tristan Gore


set for Saturday


By JENI SENTER
isenter@sipressgazetre.com

Tristan Gore, the ,12-
year-old girl from Avalon
Middle School who was
suffering from a terminal
case of Leukemia, died on
July 1. Gore chose to go
home for her final days and
passed away at her home
surrounded by her family.
She turned 12 in Janu-
ary, but she wasn't able to
celebrate her birthday at
the time. Gore was able to
celebrate a belated birth-


day the Thursday prior to
her death. Her family and
friends gave her 'a surprise
birthday party at the Mil-
ton Elks Lodge on High-
way 90. There was a clown,
a magician, and music by
Boogie, Inc.
Gore's mother. Bridget
Hodge, says her daughter
was aware that she was dy-
ing and she had specific
instructions for how she
wanted to spend the end of
her life. "They told me she

See MEMORIAL A9


Hinson collects Pyrate's

Treasure for third time


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Many enjoyed the various activities offered in
Downtown Milton on the Fourth of July. Inde-
pendence Day Celebrations at the Riverwalk
included children's activities, a duck race, food,
a play at the Imogene, a boat parade, a salute
to Veterans, shopping, and of course, fireworks.




Photos by Bill Gamblin
and Jeni Senter
Press Gazette


Jeni Senter I Press azette
Paul Hinson collects his
treasure at the Riverwalk
on the Fourth of July. Hin-
son was the winner of the
Pyrate's Booty Treasure
Hunt for the third year in
a row. At the time he col-
lected his treasure, the an-
nouncement was made that
he would not be searching
for next year's treasure.


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By BILL GAMBLING
bgamblin@srpressgazefftte.com

Paul Hinson is not some-
one to take a challenge
lightly, but will attack it with
the determination very few '
could describe.
That determination has
earned him quite a haul as he
has found the Pyrate's Trea-
sure for three consecutive
years.
But the question is just
how much time did he spend'
this year before locating this
year's treasure at the Old
Milton Train Depot?
"Between the research
and looking I spent close to
20 hours," said Hinson, who
found the treasure on his third
trip to the depot. "I started
searching Saturday morning

See TREASURE A4


Jenm Senter I rress Gazette


The winning duck
Sheriff Wendell Hall catches the winning duck at the
Fourth of July Festivities held at the Riverwalk. The
first duck to cross the finish line belonged to Jackie
Crutchfield, the owner of Woodie's Florist. Second
and third place ducks belonged to Rhonda Silva
and M and M Electric. First prize was $1,000,
second prize was $250 and third prize was $100.,


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Wednesday, July 9, 2008


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Local


Freedom Alliance


Scholarship fund


extends deadline


Freedom Alliance is ex-
tending the application dead-
line for its Freedom Alliance
Scholarship Fund in hopes of
providing scholarships to as
many students as possible.
"We have had a great re-
sponse so far," said Free-
dom Alliance President Tom
Kilgannon, "and we are
encouraged that so many
deserving students are tak-
ing advantage of this op-
portunity. In addition to the
financial assistance provid-
ed to qualified applicants,
each scholarship awarded
is a recognition of sacrifices
made by military heroes and
their families. That is why
we want to make this schol-
arship available to as many
eligible students as possible
and why we are happy to
extend the scholarship dead-
line to August 1st."


To be eligible, an appli-
cant must be the dependent
son or daughter of a U.S. sol-
dier, sailor, airman, Marine,
or guardsman, who has been
killed or permanently dis-
abled (100% VA disability
rating) as a result of an op-
erational mission or training
accident, or who is currently
classified as a Prisoner of
War (POW) or Missing in
Action (MIA). The student
must also be a high school
senior, high school graduate
or registered as a full-time
undergraduate student and
under the age of 26.
Please visit www.faschol-
arship.com or call (800) 475-
.6620 to learn more about the
Freedom Alliance Scholar-
ship Fund or to complete an
application. The new appli-
cation deadline for the 2008-
09 academic year is Aug. 1.


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Sunday, 11:10 a.m.
Yes, what a shame for
so much money to go to
this plaque in the memory
of peoples loved ones and
then the Pensacola Pub-
lic Works Department
removes them. And if I
was one of those families
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give. Not some plaque so
public works can take them
down. Tahnks you.

Thursday, 5:59 p.m.
Hello, my name is Lisa


Marie. I would, like to say
a heartfelt thank you to
Connie Clark and the Mil-
ton Lions Club for helping
a member of my family in
getting a new pair of eye
glasses. He .never could
have gotten them on his
own. I thank you for being
there we we needed you.
And I hope individuals
will keep supporting this
wonderful organization.
God Bless you at the Mil-
ton Lions Club.


Wednesday, 12:34 p.m.
Hello this is Maria. .To-
day is a very sad day. An
angel who came to Pace
left to go to heaven with
God and be with the holy
family. She will look after
us in Pace and Milton too.
The good dye young and
the good die in the worse
way. We love you Tristan.
Even if I didn't know you,
I know you were an angel.
Just remember us in heav-
en. Thank you.


Schools prepare to welcome


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By JENI SENTER
jsenter@srpressgazefftte.com

Area high schools are
already gearing up for
incoming freshman and
other new and returning
students. As the beginning
of the new school year gets
closer, high schools are
planning orientation ses-
sions through the end of
July and early August.
Jay High School will be
hosting their orientation for
grades seven through 12
on August 15 from 9 a.m.
until 11 a.m. Students that
have not already picked
up their schedules will be
able to do so at the orienta-
tion, as well as take a tour
around the school. There is
no charge for the orienta-
tion at Jay High.
Milton High School is
offering a 'Freshman Get
Acquainted Day' on July
29 from the hours of 9 a.m.
until 1 p.m.; check-in time
begins at 8:30 a.m. in the
Milton High Auditorium.
Milton Principal Buddy


tie Class of 201

Jay High School will be hosting their orientation for grades seven
through 12 on August 15 from 9 a.m. until 11 a.m. Students that
have not already picked up their schedules will be able to do so at
the orientation, as well as take a tour around the school. There is
no charge for the orientation at Jay High.


Powell wants to welcome
the class of 2012.,
"In just a very short
time you will be joining a
very proud group- the Mil-
ton High School family.
We are very excited about
the addition of your class
to our campus and would
like to extend a true Pan-
ther welcome to you," said
Powell.
Powell points out during
the 'Get Acquainted Day'
students will be introduced
to faculty and will discuss
the many activities offered
at MHS. Students will also
have the opportunity to
tour the campus. Parents
are welcome to attend a
meeting with administra-
tion and guidance and to
have lunch with their stu-


dents.
The cost of Milton
High's freshman orienta-
tion is $20, which includes
a class of 2012 t-shirt and
a Chick-Fil-A boxed lunch.
Boxed'lunches for parents
are available to pre-order
for $5. Parents may also or-
der t-shirts for $10. Those
who plan to attend must
register no later than July
23.
Santa Rosa Christian
School is hosting an open
house for new and return-
ing students at its campus
on August 15 at 6 p.m.
School officials say all stu-
dents and their families are
welcome to attend this op-
portunity to meet faculty
and tour the facility.
Pace High is kicking off


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the new school year. with
"Pace High Freshman Day"
on August 8. The Pace
High School Student Gov-
ernment Association spon-
sors this day of fun and in-
formation. The hours of the
event are from 8:15 a.m.
until 2:30 p.m. The Pace
orientation will include
a school shirt, breakfast,
lunch, school tours, infor-
mation about organizations
and athletics, workshops,
team building activities,
and a photo for the school
I.D.
Pre-registraticin will
be held until July 25 with
a cost of $20. Late regis-
tration will be $30. Late
registrations will be taken
up to the morning of the
orientation. The hours for
registration on the day
of the event will be from
8:15 until 8:45 a.m. in Inde-
pendence Hall [at the main
entrance to the school].
A parent meeting will be
held in Freedom Hall at
8:30 a.m. on the day of the
event.


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R. Keith McElwain
1933-2008 1
R. Keith McElwain, age
75, passed away Thursday,
July 3, 2008. Keith was born
in Richwood, West Virginia,
but resided most of his life
in Nelson County, Virginia.
He was a retired carpenter
for the Lynchburg Training
School. Keith was a U.S.
Army Veteran of the Korean
Conflict. He and his wife
Betty moved to Northwest
Florida eight years ago to en-
joy life. Keith was a member
of the Mt. Calvary Baptist
Church.
Mr. McElwain is sur-
vived by his wife of 51 years
- Betty McElwain, of Mil-
ton; three .children Nancy
(John) Kirt, of Nelson Co.,
VA, Robert McElwain, of
Milton, and Elma (Marty)
Taylor, of GA; three grand-
children Austin (Candi)
Jones, Elizabeth (Mike)
Hensley, and Douglas Kirt;
one great-grandchild Na-
thaniel Hensley; three sis-
ters Rachel Grenier, of
VA, Peggy Street, of FL, and


Kathleen Wallace, of FL;
and numerous friends.'
Funeral services for Mr.
McElwain were 12:00 noon,
Tuesday, July 8, 2008 at Mt.
Calvary Baptist Church with
Rev. Mike Price officiating.
Burial followed in Barrancas
National Cemetery. Visita-
tion was at 11:00 a.m., prior
to the service.
Pallbearers were Tony
Broxton, Mike Cappel, Ja-
cob Coffey, Marlin Buffing-
ton, Carl Tutt, Sr., and Chuck
Queene.
Friends may send condo-
lences and share fond mem-
ories with Mr. McElwain's
family at www.lewisfuneral-
homes.net.
Let the family know you
care. Sign the guest book un-
der news/obituaries at www.
srpressgazette.com.

Mary Richburg Hardy
1931 2008
Mary Richburg Hardy,
age 77, of Madison, MS. died
Wednesday, July 2,2008 in
St. Dominic Hospital Jack-
son, MS., after an extended


illness.
She was born February 6,
1931 in Crenshaw County,
AL. (Goshen Comniunity) to
Hugh Houston Richburg and
Georgia Viola Nichols Rich-
burg. Mary was a longtime
resident and officer of Sun
Bank, in Milton, FL.
Survivors include two
sons William Terrell Har-
dy and wife, Patti, of Pace,
FL, and Dennis Thames
Hardy and wife, Debbie, of
Madison, MS., three grand-
children Jennifer Hardy
Nobiling and husband, Da-
vid of
Oak Harbour, WA, Bran-
don Joel Hardy and wife,
Trista of Brandon, MS.,
Amber Hardy Cobb and hus-
band, Ben of England; Five
step-grandchildren Steve
Moorehead of Pace, Fl., Mi-
chael Chad Atkinson of San
Antonio, TX, James Court-
ney and wife, Renea of Bard-
stown, KY, Glenn Coleman
III and Stevi Coleman, both
of Madison, MS, three great-
grandchildren Jasmine
Nobiling, Corban Hardy
and Aslyn Cobb; one broth-


er Alton M. Richburg of
Goshen, AL, three sisters -
Odessa R. Golden of Enter-
prise, AL, Ina R. Fuller and
husband, James, of Mont-
gomery, AL., and Voncile R.
Nichols ofLuverne, AL: sev-
eral nieces, nephews, great-
nieces, great-nephews, and a
special family friend Wil-
ligem Crocker.
She was preceded in death
by her parents Houston
and Georgia Nichols Rich-
burg, two sisters Irene
R. McLeod and Loreana R.
McLeod, two brothers-W.
Alfred Richburg and Arthur
L. Richburg.
Funeral services will be
held 10 a.m., Friday July 11,
2008 at Lewis Funeral Home
.Chapel, Hwy 90, in Milton,
FL, with Rev. Douglas L.
Golden officiating. Burial
will follow in Serenity Gar-
dens on Stewart St. Milton,
FL, Visitation will be held
one hour prior to the service
at the funeral home.
Let the family know you
care. Sign the guest book un-
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Local


SHERIFF'SReport


The following is the Santa Rosa
County Sheriff's Report from June 17
Sto June 26,2008.,
Aberle, Nathan John; Male; 27;
5362 Taft Lane, Milton; Battery-Touch
or Strike (domestic violence), Kidnap-
False Imprisonment-Adult, Obstruct-
ing Justice-Harass Witness Victim or
SInformant.'6/17/08
Coleman, Christopher Michael;
Male; 25; 4237 Auckland Rd, Pace;
S Drugs-Possess-Listed Chemical Wit
SManufacture Cntrl Subs. 6/17/08
Edwards, Daniel Dan; Male; 23;
180 Kit Drive, Crestview; Drive While
Lie Susp Habitual Offender. 6/17/08
Hardin, Shane Kenneth; Male;
30; 4192 Sheridan Dr, Pace; Drive
While Lic Susp Habitual Offender,
Drugs-Possess Wit Sell Etc Other
Schedule II or Iv. 6/17/08
Hopkins, Anthony Harold; Male;
27; 4383 Oak Ln, Milton; Drugs-Pos-
.sess Meth W/lntent to Sell Manufac-
S ture Deliv, Drugs-Produce Metham-
phetamine, Narcotic Equip-Possess
And or Use. 6/17/08
Sears, Malaya Antoinette; Fe-
male; 31; 2989 N. 5th Ave. Milton;
Larc-Theft is $300 or More But Less
Than $5,000. 6/17/08
Smith, Anthony Allen; Male; 26;
S2057 Constitution Dr, Navarre; Pos-
sess Cocaine, Marijuana-Possess Not
More Than 20 Grams. 6/17/08
Greene, Ryan Rais; Male; 14;
5940 Castle Dr, Milton; Veh Theft-
SGrand 3rd Degree. 6/17/08
-- Baker, Eddie Royce; Male; 42;
9008 E Parkway North, Lauderdale,
MS; Larc-Theft is $300 or More But
Less.Than $5,000. 6/18/08
Bayliss, Mainin NMN; Female;
31; 5262 Lundy Ln, Milton; Battery-
Felony Batt Result From Bodily
Harm/Disability (domestic violence).
6/18/08
Duncan, Darren Gene; Male;
S17; 10595 Hwy. 90; Milton; Damage
Prop-Crim Misch Over $200 Under
$1,000, Burgl of Unoccupied Dwell-
ing Unarmed No Asslt/Batt (2 cts.),
Larc-Theft is $300 or More But Less
Than $5,000 (2 cts.), Larc-Petit 1st Of-
fense. 6/18/08
S. Lewis, Joel Clark; Male; 17; 6544
Robie Rd, Milton; Damage Prop-
Crim Misch Over $200 Under $1,000
Subseq Off, Burgl Dwelling Structure
/ or Conveyance Armed, Larc-Theft is
$300 or More But Less Than $5,000.
6/18/08
6Mitchell-Hayes, Melissa Diane;
Female; 29; 5221 Mary Street, Milton;
Probation Violation-Felony. 6/18/08
Pinkney, Ronald Lee; Male; 32;
S4532 Brian St, Pace; Hit & Run-Leave
Scene of Crash Involve Damage to
Prop, Hit & Run-Acc-Unattended
Veh or Prop W/O Leaving ID, Operate
Motorcycle W/O License, Drive While
Lie Susp 3rd or Subseq Off. 6/18/08
Shelton, Colt Loren; Male; 24;
250 W. Lorraine, Mary Esther; Larc-
Petit 1st Off, Forgery of Alter Public
Records Certif Etc (2 cts.) 6/18/08
Carlson, David Lee; Male; 21;
S 6515 Skyline Dr, Milton; Attach Reg-
istration License Plate Not Assigned,
Drive While Lic Susp 3rd or Subseq
. Off. 6/18/08
Palmer, Jonathan Shawn; Male;
34; 69,15 East Gate Rd, Milton; Proba-
tion Violation-Felony. 6/18/08
Payne, Christopher Mark; Male;
f 22; 12801 Hwy 89, Jay; Possess Meth
SW/Intent to Sell Manufacture Deliv,
Marijuana Possess Not More Than 20
Grams, Narcotic Equip-Possess And
or Use. 6/18/08
Coleman, Brian Keith; Male; 19;
S5552 Sunkist Cir, Pace; Drugs-Possess
Cntrl Sub W/O Prescription. 5/19/08
Coleman, Linda Sue; 44; 6518
Willow Tree Ct, Milton; Drugs-
Possess Cntrl Sub W/O Prescription.
6/19/08
Jennings, Richard Michael; Male;
50; 6987 Begonia St, Milton; Possess
Cocaine, Marijuana Possess Not More
Than 20 Grams. 6/19/08
Pierce, Cody Michael; Male; 18;
3926 Reinhardt Village Rd, Milton;
Larc-Theft is $300 or More But Less
S. Than $5,000., Larc-Petit 1st Off,
Fraud-Illegal Use Credit Cards-Use
More 2 times 6,Mos Obt Gds Money
$100 More. 6/19/08
7 Jones, Gerry; Male; 51; 8140
Fourth St, Navarre; Probation Viola-
tion-Felony. 6/19/08
S 37; 10028 Via Grande, Navarre; DUI,
DUI and Damage Prop, Neglect Child
Without Great Harm. 6/19/08
.Defoor, Tonya M; Female; 27;
8156 Fourth St, Navarre; Child Ne-
glect. 6/19/08
Davidson, Christopher Glenn;
Male; 30; 4087 Hwy. 4, Jay; Burgl of
Unoccupied Dwelling, Unarmed No
Asslt/Batt, Larc-Grand Theft $5,000
or More Less Than $10,000, Dealing
in Stolen Prop (2 cts.). 6/20/08
Davis, Lawson Eric Addison;
Male; 34; 6706 Ellis Rd, Jay; Dealing
in Stolen Property. 6/20/08
Garner, Robin Ann; Female; 37;
8133 Leola ST, Amelia, LA; Probation
Violation-Felony. 6/21/08
Kovak, Richard Michael; Male;
38; 8379 Billy Bob Ln, Milton; Ag-
gray Assit W/Deadly Weapon W/0
Intent to Kill (domestic violence),
'Battery-Touch or Strike (domestic vio-
lence). 6/22/08
Sagona, Michael Louis; Male;
22; 218 Blackfin Cove, Slidell, LA;
Failure to Appear for Felony Offense.
6/21/08


Watson, Jr., Clifton Dell; Male;
29; 6904 Ellis Rd, Jay; Burgl of Unoc-
cupied Dwelling Unarmed No AssIt/
Batt, Larc-Grand Theft $5,000 or
; More Less Than $10,000, Dealing in
Stolen Property (2 cts.) 6/20/08
Williams, Clifton Brook; Male;
31; 4697 Geiger Rd, Milton; Failure to
Appear for Felony Offense. 6/21/08
Starling, Yvonne Lee; Female;
5502 Barcelona St, Pace; Grand Theft.
6/08
Tatum, William Charles; Male;
32; 1505 B3aywoods Dr., Gulf Breeze;
Fraud, Grand Theft. 6/08
Harrison, Christopher Randall,


Male; 20; 8239 Sevilla St., Navarre;
Probation Violation-Felony. 6/08
Burke, Travis Benjamin; Male;
28; 4097 Roxie's Ln, Pace; Obstruct-
ing Justice-Intimidate Threaten Etc
Vict Witness Informant, Drive While
Lic Susp 2nd Offense. 6/22/08
Morris, Randy; Male; 51; 1204
Rolling Rd, Chipley; Aggrav Bat-
tery-Person Uses a Deadly Weapon.
6/21/08
Saturley, Brandi Marie; Female;
25; 5304 Marks PL, Milton; Obstruct-
ing Justice-Intimidate Threaten Etc
Vict Witness Informant. 6/22/08
Correlli, Jewell Leann; Female;
49; 4948 Carlyn Dr, Pace; Sex Asslt-
Lewd Lascivious Molest Elderly Dis-
abled Adult. 6/20/08
Hill, Devin William; Male; 17;
4240 Mosby St., Pace; Possess Mari-
juana Over 200rams. 6/20/08
Thompson, Jacob; Male; 25; 1933
Serosa Dr., Navarre; Resist Officer-
Obstruct W/O Violence, Marijuana-
Possess With Intent to Sell Mfg or
Deliver Schedule I. 6/20/08
Warrick Jr., William Russell;
Male; 17; 4350 Stevens Rd, Pace;
Possess Marijuana Over 20 Grams.
6/20/08
Hawk, Johnnie Wayne; Male;
32; 6022 Syrcle Ave, Milton; DUI.
6/22/08
Reid, Douglas Craig; Male; 30;
5499 Cherub Circle, Milton; DUI.
6/21/08
Charron, Sherah Lorraine; Fe-
male; 33; 2700 Ashbury Ln, Canton-
ment; Failure to Appear for Felony
Offense. 6/23/08
Davis, Steven Damrnell; Male; 24;
8914 Deer Ln, Navarre; Failure to Ap-
pear for Felony Offense. 6/23/08.
Harrell, Jr., Henry Thomas;
Male; 42; 4632 Ridge Pointe Dr, Pace;
Battery-Touch or Strike (domestic vio-
lence) Possess of Weapon or Ammo
by Convicted Fla Felon. 6/23/08
Huggins, Kimberly Revels; Fe-
male; 29; 4659 Fowler Dr, Pace; Veh
Theft-Grand 3rd Degree, Larc-Petit
1st Offense, Failure to Appear for
Felony Offense. 6/23/08
SRobinson, Berrell Loga; Female;
47; 6617 Whitfield Rd, Milton; Proba-
tion Violation-Felony. 6/23/08
Sagona, Jr., Joseph Everett; Male;
218 Blackfin Cove;' Slidell, LA; Failure
to Appear for Felony Offense. 6/23/08
Smith, David Lecann6n; Male; 27;
5001 Guernsey Rd, Pace; Veh Theft-


Grand 3rd Degree, Larc-Petit 1st Off,
Fraud-Illegal Use Credit Cards Sign
Another, Burgl Of Structure Un-
armed W/O Person Inside, Dealing in
Stolen Property. 6/23/08
Bennett, Steven Wayne; Male;
41; 4940 Carlyn Dr, Pace; Larceny.
6/23/08
bubois, Robert Michael; Male;
30; 1853 Laurel Oaks Ct., Ft. Walton
Bch; Felony DWLS, Leave Scene of
Accident With Damage. 6/23/08
Fulmore, Avery Demarko; Male;
16; 665 King Street, Eustis, FL; Es-
cape. 6/23/08
Pipkin, William John; Male; 22;
6115 N. Davis Hwy, Pensacola; Deal-
ing in Stolen Property, Fraud-Swindle
Obtain Property Under $20,000.
6/23/08
Smith, Timothy Brian; Male; 28;
5841 Capitol Dr, Gulf Breeze; Cruelty
Toward Child At That Could Result in
Phys Mental Injury. 6/23/08
Westervolt, Richard; Male; 16;
1355 Sherwood St, Bunnell, FL; Es-
cape. 6/22/08
Benson, James Jacob; Male; 54;
4109 Driskell Rd, Milton, FL; Out-of-
State-Fugitive From Justice. 6/6/06
Breen, Ryan James; Male; 35;
6456 Berryhill Rd, Milton, FL;
Battery-Touch or Strike (domestic
violence), Damage Prop-Crim Misch-
200 dollars and Under, Burgl-With
Assault or Battery (domestic vio-
lence). 6/24/08
Goodyear, Michael Alan; Male;
43; 6111 Carroll Rd, Milton, FL; Pro-
bation Violation-Felony. 6/24/08
Hilliard, Ronald William; Male;
29; 6405 Kennington Cir, Milton, FL;
Resist Officer-Flee Elude LEO with
Lights Sirens Active, Drive While Lie
Susp 3rd or Subsq Off, Marijuana-
Possess Not More Than 20 Grams,
Narcotic Equip-Possess and or use.
6/24/08
Lucas, Camillia Antoinette; Fe-
male; 23; 6788 Blue Lake Lane, Mem-
phis, TN; Out-of-State-Fugitive From
. Justice. 3/28/08
O'Brien, Robert Paul; Male; 38;
6712 Ventura Blvd, Milton, FL; Pro-
bation Violation-Felony. 6/10/08
Spears, Brandyn Dwight; Male;
18; 13001 Munson Hwy, Milton, FL;
Probation Violation-Felony. 5/27/08
Werth, Michael Dean; Male; 38;
6853 Creet Circle, Navarre, FL; Pro-
bation Violation-Felony. 6/24/08
Williams, Brian Joseph; Male;


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32; 6295 Long St, Milton, FL; Fail-
ure to'Appear for Felony Offense.
6/24/08
Greene, Ryan Rais; Male; 14;
5940 Castle Dr, Milton, FL; Damage
Prop-Crim Misch- 200 dollars and
Under, Burgl-of Dwelling Unarmed
No Asslt or Batt, Larc-Theft is $300 or
More But Less Than $5000. 6/24/08
Kleinsmith, Adam Brendan;
Male; 17; 6562 Palomino Dr, Milton,
FL; Drugs-Possess-Cntrl Sub WO
Prescription. 6/24/08
Lambdin III, Alfred Leo; Male;
24; Driving While Lic Susp 3rd or
Subsq Off. 6/24/08
Burkett, Angela Tharpe; Female;
36; 6638 James St, Milton, FL; Burgl
of Unoccupied Dwelling; Unarmed;
No Asslt/Batt, Larc-Theft is $300 or
More But Less Than $5000. 6/26/08
Burton Sr, Timothy Scott; Male;
45; 4109 Driskell Rd, Milton, FL; Bat-
tery-2nd or Subsq Off. 5/27/08
Cameron, Patricia Louise; Fe-
male; 37; 900 Dominquez St, Pensa-
cola, FL; Probation Violation-Felony.
6/25/08
Campbell, Rebecca Lynn; Fe-
male; 27; 3741 Sand Ditch Road,
Milton, FL; Burgl-of Unoccupied
Dwelling; Unarmed; No Asslt/Batt,
Larc-Theft is $300 or More But Less
Than $5000.6/26/08
Copeland, Michael Wayne;
Male; 26; 8520 Honeybee Ln, Milton,
FL; Larc-Theft is $300 or More But
Less Than $5000. 4/18/08
Fitzsimmons, William Lee; Male;
40; 5335 East Bay Blvd, Gulf Breeze,
FL; Larc-Theft is $300 or More But
Less Than $5000. 6/25/08
Giardina,' Matthew Vincent;
Male; 18; 1254 College Ct, Gulf
Breeze, FL; Aggrav Asslt-W Dead-
ly Weapon Without Intent to Kill.
6/25/08
Johnson, Maggie Stanfield; Fe-
male; 45; 6042 Queen St, Milton, FL;
Damage Prop-Crim Misch-200 dol-
lars and Under, Burgl-of Unoccupied
Dwelling; Unarmed; No Asslt/Batt,
Larc-Theft is $300 or More But Less
Than $5000.6/26/08
SJohnson, Paul Wayne; Male; 44;
2104 Nina St, Navarre, FL; Aggrav
Battery-Person Uses a Deadly Weap-


on. 6/25/08
Simmons, James Calvin; Male;
39; 6984 Mertis Way, Milton, FL;
Larc-Theft is $300 or More But Less
Than $5000, Stolen Prop-Dealing in
Stolen Property. 6/4/08
Anderson, Melissa Ray; Female;
32; 6641-Grace St, Milton, FL; Drive
While Lic Susp 3rd or Subsq Off.


6/25/08
Harrison, Christopher Randall;
Male; 20; 8239 Sevilla St, Navarre,
FL; Probation Violation-Felony. No
Booking Date Given
Carley, Brantley David; Male;
19; 5306 Catalina St, Pace, FL; Fraud,
Dealing in Stolen Property. No Book-
ing Date Given


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Notice is given that the Office of the Santa Rosa County Clerk of
Court's has unclaimed money in their possession in the following
uncashed checks and that any person having a claim against
these monies must present their claim to the Finance Department
in writing making sufficient proof to the Santa Rosa County Clerk
of the Court's Office. on or before November 1st 2008. By doing so
shall be entitled to receive any part of the monies so claimed.
Unless claim is filled within such time as aforesaid, all claims in ref-
erence thereto are forever barred. These monies will be forfeited
to the Santa Rosa County Clerk of Court's for placement in the
Santa Rosa County Fine & Forfeiture Fund as per Florida Statute
116.21.


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PATTI NUVOLI
JOSE GONZALEZ
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ANDY LEBLANC
MEJIAM FLORES
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YOLANDA SAPP
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MANUEL H MEJIA
JASON A LEWIS
SAMUEL O HAGGE
ROMAN C BARRADAS
SANCHEZ GONZALO
ARTHUR L PAINTER
RICKY TOLBERT
MARY HOUSEMAN
ANGEL CALDERON
CARLOS H CANALES
BERNARDO M RIVERA
GAMALIEL VILLEGAS
JOSE A TORRES
TAMMY LANGFORD
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CATHY TOLBERT
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87.00
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80.00
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250.00
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80.00
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JANUARY MINCKS $
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JAMES W LEE $
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TAMMY FOLEY $
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PORTERS PLANTS $
MYLAINA DELGADO $
DONALD MCBRIDE $
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BRAULIO MORENO $
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MICHELLE L PERDUE $
CHRISTOPHER S WHITE $
KENNETHR JOHNS $
Gary Liddell $
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RONALD W HARTINGS $
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MIGUEL SANCHEZ $
JAVIER ANGELES $
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DONALD MCGRIFF $
DAVID MAYA $
MARIO DIXON $
JAMIE AGUILAR $
CARRRIE DWYER $
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KENSYCCRUZ $
AUSTIN R ROBINSON $
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157.00
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Local


Santa Rosa to travel to England TREASURE from page Al


By BILL GAMBLING
bgamblin@srpressgazette.com

Santa Rosa County is not
letting the GAO or anything
else slow them down when it
comes to being recognized as
the "Aerospace Center in the
World."
Plans to use $50,000 of the
approved $200,000 are in place
as the focus is the Farnborough
International Airshow,,which
will be held later this month.
"We are putting something
together to show and have
when we meet with prospec-
tive aerospace and defense
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said Cindy Anderson, Ex-
ecutive Director with TEAM
Santa Rosa. "Since the GAO's
decision we have decided to
broaden our scope just a lit-
tle."
Santa Rosa County will be
traveling to Farnborough as a
part of the Gulf Coast Aero-
space and Defense Coalition.
"Regardless of the GAO's
decision the area has been
discovered as a possible sight
for aerospace projects," said -
Commissioner Don .Salter
who heads up the county's
Economic Development Com-
mittee. "Anybody who is any-
body will be at that show.
"And the Air Force could
go ahead and proceed with the
KC-45, which has two. more
major projects up for approval
right behind it."
While discussing the proj-
ect, Commissioner Bob Cole
admitted he thought this was a
step in the right direction and
wondered about the Whiting
Field Aviation Park, which was
discussed some time back.
"Several years ago Florida
Forever purchased land around
Whiting Field as Santa Rosa
County became the model of
protecting our military opera-
tions," said Salter. "After get-

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ting a call from the Commo-
dore at one point there were
269 acres outside the back
gate we had the opportunity to
purchase and possibly develop
into a Aviation Maintenance
Park.
"We don't know exactly
when that will get final ap-
proval, but it might happen
in 30, 40, or 50 days; it is just
something we have to pursue
very carefully."
While these negotiations
are on-going, questions were
asked about the possibility of
leasing the land or selling the
land.'
Under the funding mecha-
nism used to purchase a ma-
jority of the 269 acres, the
property cannot be sold for five
years, but most of the people
interested in locating on the
269 acres, once the Navy gives
final approval, would be more
interested leasing instead of
investing so much capital.
Salter noted the recent suc-
cesses of the Crestview Aero-
space companies and how
some are looking towards this
project.
But there. are those appar-
ently who do not want to see
Northwest Florida as success-
ful as their counterparts in
Alabama.
"For us to be more compet-
itive with Alabama, we need
the entire state to support
economic development." Said
Salter. "That will also take us
thinking outside the box and
commit dollars to these proj-
ects.
"But we can't be competi-
tive when some of our very
own citizens want to ping us
and become suspicious and
negative."


The commissioner noted
there are some who feel that
any aggressive economic de-
velopment program is unethi-
cal.
"There are citizens in the
community who have called
to harass prospects that have
,told us if we knew about this
before hand we would not
have worked with you," said
Salter. "It is a shame that there
are people who work hard to
make us look bad. If you ask
us we will share what we can
without violating the confi-
dentiality of the prospective
client and their business plan.
"I would like to see the,
people line up,behind what
the board is trying to do and
make a more aggressive ef-
fort."
More information on the
economic development impact
of what TEAM has accom-
plished will be made available
when Rick Harper makes a
presentation on the 'impact
of Economic Development in
Santa Rosa County."
"At the July 24 meeting
Harper will have a show and
tell with the facts," said Salter.
"And on that day I think you
will see where we, have done
pretty well despite a sup-
pressed national economy."
Coming up at Thursday's
meeting commissioner are
also expected to discuss a pro-
posed Interlocal Agreement
establishing the Northwest
Florida Regional Transporta-
tion Finance Authority with
Escambia County.
Also, the board is looking
at possibly allowing some de-
partments to move to four 10-
hour days to shorten the work-
week and save on fuel costs.


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in his face and threatened
him.
Miller says he got out of
the vehicle and told the sub-
ject he needed to return to
his property.
Miller says the man.did
return to his property, 'but
alleges he continued to


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C. E. "EDDIE" SMITH

S.* 1 "Working nine to five..." is some of
the most popular lyrics in the music indus-
try, but C. E. "Eddie" Smith says they just
don't fit some "working men" whom he
represents in the industry. A project con-
..sultant for Sears Home Improvement
Products, Eddie says he's sometimes on
the road from 12 to 15 hours a day,
...making a living, and making sure some
homeowner is happy with the project I've
planned and laid out for them."

SBut you know what? You never hear
Eddie complain. He says it's because he
loves his work and was conditioned for it
for a lot of years, beginning at the age of
"Eddie" Smith 13 when he started working for his dad in
Sthe construction business. Since then he's
had his fingers "...in a lot pies," including
outdoor advertising, newspaper marketing, and even working with a funeral home.But
he has never forgotten his courtship and love for the construction industry and respect
for the working man's plight.

Yet, Eddie has managed to live a good, no, a great life, exercising his spiritual vil-
ues, interjfecting them into everything he does, and participating in the things that make
a man a well rounded individual. He's the baritone in the Master's Men Quartet which
is gaining national fame, a director for the Pace Area Chamber of Commerce, works
with the Santa Rosa Chamber, is a member of Milton's Sunrise Kiwanis, and a member
of the Milton Rotary Club.

"Honesty and integrity are values that I count as contributing to any success I
achieve in whatever I do," he said. And Anyone who has ever met Eddie knows what
an uplifting influence he can have on them.

For those core values that Eddie reflects every day of his life, his community and
civic participation, and the representation he portrays of the "common working man's"
view of the daily grind, we salute him and are among the many who will recognize
him for the significant individual that he is! Eddie, this salute is for you, Buddy!




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scream and curse.
Miller says he called the
Sheriff's Office dispatch
when yet another male ap-
proached him and started
talking.
Suddenly, Miller says,
another subject (identified
as Woodall) punched him
(Miller), in the right ear,
knocking his phone to the
ground.
Reports allege Richard
Gilmore then grabbed Mill-
er's shirt and pulled it over
his head.
Miller grabbed for his re-
volver.
As the gun fell to the
ground, Miller says he
grabbed for it and was
punched multiple times by
several people.
Reports then allege Mi-
chael Gilmore hit a Jamie
Thurman in the face.
Miller says he tried to de-
fend Ms. Gilmore, striking
back at her alleged assailant
while getting attacked from
behind by Woodall again.
Duringthe scuffle, Miller,
who was wearing his badge
that was hanging around his
neck, says iA was ripped off
as the crowd started chanted
expletives towards the off-
duty officers.
Josh Waring is reported
to have tried to retrieve
Miller's badge from the
ground and, officials say,


was jumped by three sub-
jects as he did so.
Reports note Ms. Thur-
man then attempted to drive
form the scene with her child
when two females-iden-
tified as Charlotte Gilmore
and Susan Steele--entered
Thurman's vehicle via the
passenger door. .
Miller says he entered
the car and told Thurman to
leave. As Thurman followed
this directive, reports al-
lege Gilmore tried to lunge
at her.
A citizen, identified as
Raymond Diguilio, is then
alleged to have come to the
defense of Miller and Jack-
son. Reports say this man
was also struck.'
During the altercation,
officials allege, Diguilio
asked Sutherin to move
away from his vehicle so it
would not be damaged. Of-
ficials allege Diguilio and
his wife, Brandy, were then
punched in the jaws.
Brandy Diguilio report-
ed $600 worth of damage
to her car, but informed of-
ficers she did not wish to
press charges.
Charlotte Gilmore an-
swered a call to Milton
Forklift on Monday and
said, "We have been advised
by our attorney not to say
anything. We do not have a
comment at this time."


Officials ; say Wilbur
Sutherin was transported
to the Sant' Rosa County
Medical Center (SRMC)
and, later, td the Santa Rosa
County Jail'
Officials say Diguilio
sustained '"a shoulder in-
jury and 4!as treated at the
SRMC.
Appar ntly, this was not
the only issue with parking
in Milton during the Riv-
erfest Celebration and fire-
works Friday night.
Another lot was report-
edly attempting to have
vehicles towed for parking,
according to Santa Rosa
County Chamber of Com-
merce Executive Director
Donna Tucker.
"We had an issue with
parking, but took care of
it," said Tucker. "When you
have events that are of this
size, there are small prob-
lems like this."
Officials say if a person
wants, to prevent people
from parking on their prop-
erty, the owner should post
it as "no parking" or "pri-
vate property" and advise
violators they will be towed
at their expense.
But, officials say, the
signs and markings must be
posted prior to the event.
Milton police say more
information may be forth-
coming


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and made my first trip to the
depot on Saturday.
"I went back to the de-
pot on Monday and then on
Wednesday I made my third
trip and found it taped un-
derneath the platform."
Hinson, who received his
prizes on Friday at the Mil-
ton Riverfest, was taken back
slightly by all the reaction his
winning has caused.
"I just have an obsessive-
compulsive disorder," said
Hinson. "I love to solve puz-
zles. I don't care if they are
crosswords, numbers, cryp-
tic, or,whatever. I just don't
like to be stymied." '
But the questi6p is does
Hinson actually take the en-
tire week off from work to
look for the Pyrate's Trea-
sure?
"I don't take the entire
week off," admitted Hin-
son, who works at the Santa
Rosa County Tax Collectors
Office. "But my boss and I
have an understanding that
the week of the hunt that I
will be in and out.
"I think one day I worked
three hours and was out five
hours. So when you add it
all up I think I spent a day
and a half of leave time."
Hinson, who is super
competitive when it comes
to anything, would like to
think there was some luck
in finding the treasure.
"I have learned more
about the area in the last
three years looking for the
treasure than I would have
ever known," said Hinson.
"This year's search was es-
pecially tough when all was
said and done.
"Some of the clues were
kindof cloudy and I pin-


balled right and left and
despite finding the treasure
some of the clues still don't
make any sense to me."
So what about the reports
they might not let Hinson
search for the treasure next
year?
"I hope they were joking
about that," said Hinson.
"Tiger Woods wins a tour-
nament and they still let
him play golf.
"If you look at me you
can see I am not smarter,
but I might just work hard-
er.",
SThe reaction to him win-
ning thought has taken its
toll on Hinsont
'"I can surprised and dis-
appointed," said Hinson. "I
can understand they being
disappointed, but some of
the things they said were
pretty vicious.
"They may not have
meant it personally, but
some of the things said af-
terwards did hurt."
Hinson admitted he
would be just as dogged
for the treasure even if the
prize was a'dollar and prob-
ably his supporters would
be as well.
"Several people offered
me tips during the search,"
said Hinson. "I took it all
into account."
So what would Hinson
do if he has to hide the trea-
sure and write the clues?
"I hope they don't do
that to me," said Hinson. "It
would not be very much fun
at all.
"I just have a one track
mind when I set my mind
to it. I won't stop until I fix
it or solve it. I just love the
mental challenge of it all."





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Wednesday, July 9, 2008 w w w.srpressgazette. co m Page A6


OUR VIEW



Time to


know better

Is it just us or do you, as a part of Santa Rosa
County, often feel like the lowly stepchild or (if
this were a fairy tale) the ugly stepsister?
Santa Rosa appears, once again, to be stuck
in a situation in which we get it no matter the
. direction we turn.
If we don't feel the fate of the whammy
from Tallahassee, there is always our good old
neighbor, Pensacola, ready to plant a size 14 boot
in our fanny.
Our wonderful neighbors to the west could be
eyeing us for yet another stinging blow as our
commissioners consider a partnership to help
fund road projects in the region.
The worse part of this, we won't be funding
county road projects, but state road projects with
the proviso someone else will have to pay if the
State doesn't cough up the dollars.
Unfortunately, "we" could become that
"someone else."
Yes, if the State misses a payment, the cost of
the project will fall back on the citizens of the
State to cover the shortfall.
It wouldn't be such a bad issue if this was
something which occurred just once in awhile,
but a budget shortfall by the state is about as
common as the Road Runner avoiding the traps of
Wile E. Coyote.
A few weeks back, Escambia County song and
dance man Gene Valentino came here to pitch
the idea of this "partnership" .and "pooling of
resources."
And despite the reservations shown by each
commissioner, it was Commissioner Gordon
Goodin who was mad enough to call a spade a
spade. ,
Goodin went so far as to remind Commissioner
Valentino it was his county which used its
voting power on the Escambia-Santa Rosa
Transportation Planning Organization to pull
funding toward Escambia's Highway 98 project
and away from Santa Rosa County.
Goodin noted, on more than one other occasion
the Escambia County Commission had pulled out
of groups if it didn't get its way.
Now, these folks come over here groveling at
the podium of our County Commission, asking us
to partner with them yet again.
We know this might sound like a super
idea on the surface, but at the same time, our
commissioners must be ever vigilant in watching
the Cheshire Cat known as Escambia County.
Escambia often tends to 'walk the way the wind
blows.'
Through impact fee dollars collected so far,
it looks as if Santa Rosa could soon see road
construction begin on the Woodbine Road/
Chumuckla Highway corridor that would reroute
all the .traffic at the intersection called Five Points.
We, as county residents, have to realize while
Santa Rosa County collects impact fees for
county road project improvements, we do not
have the dollars to spend on State road projects as
does Escambia County.
The citizens over in Escambia County voted
a one-cent tax to pay for road improvement
projects, while an issue like that has failed in
Santa Rosa County several times.
Now, while we as voters have told our county
commissioners to live within their means, the
neighborhood bullies want to force us to "play
ball" with them yet again.
If Santa Rosa residents have told the County
Commission "no" to a one-cent tax, those
leaders should have learned from the many times
Escambia County has burned us. They should
realize this may not be the safest of actions.
Or will Wile E. Coyote finally catch the Road
Runner after all these many years?




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Drilling for common sense


By Ron Hart

With gas over $4 a
gallon and politicians
trying to blame each
other for not having done
anything, let me apply
some reason and fresh
focus to what is going on
here.
It has gotten so bad
that Al Gore had to turn
down the heater on his
private residence pool,
which he never uses,
from 83 to 81 degrees.
He is even thinking about
swimming a lap in it one
day, if he were ever home
resting up from saving the
environment and the world
and such.;
The front page of
The Atlanta Journal-
Constitution, (AJC or
"Al Jazeera Constitution"
as locals call it) led
with a piece about off-
shore drilling by saying,.
"Opponents contend that
developing new oil sources
would take too long to
have much effect on
current fuel prices." Like
all the major monopoly
papers that are leftist echo
chambers, the AJC takes .
its talking points from
Nanny Pelosi, who said
that any new drilling will
take three years to help us.
You know, the same thing
that she said three years
ago.
Just how short-term
has our thinking become
in this ADD country?
Our energy solution


Ron Hart


procrastination reminds
me of a story about an old
farmer who had a leak in
his barn. One day, when
someone asked the farmer
why he had never gotten
up there to fix the roof, he
said, "Well, when it rains it
leaks, and I cannot get up
there to fix it. And when it
ain't raining, it don't leak
and it don't need fixing."
That qld story sums
up our aloof politicians'
attitude toward any
difficult, longterm problem
that we face. It has been
hard to fix our energy .
situation with all the
dipsticks in Washington
D.C.
It's not like we should
believe that they have a
fix. We know the solution
is letting businesses
provide the supply to feed
the growing worldwide
demand for oil. It is
just that politicians get
in the way of solutions
by making ever-more
complex rules and


regulations which drive
oil companies overseas to
produce oil. All the while,
the oil producing thugs of.
the world laugh at us for
not opening up off-shore
drilling or ANWR.
The Democrats, who
are invested in defeat in
Iraq, are also happy to do
nothing about the high
cost of gas, since it mostly
hurts the GOP voters. Red
state suburbanites who '
drive to work each day,
and do not regulate their
carbon footprint like the
libs would like, find no
sympathy in Democrat
policies. Most blue states
contain major cities with
fewer cars and more public
transportation. Along
with the environmental
extremists, the Dems
seem to sadistically enjoy
$4.20 gas and the pain it
is causing their detested
"average Americans" who
"cling" to their car the
cars they drive to work
so they can pay taxes and
support their families.
I am certainly for
efficient mass transit and
use the rail as a practical
way to get around big
cities. I would use the
buses more, too, if they
just did not make stops
before they got to my
destination. I do pickup
trash and actually jump
on idiots who throw
cigarettes or trash out
of their car windows.
But I am not posturing
as "environmentally


friendly." In fact, I am not
friendly at all just ask
anyone.
And yes, I do buy
into the dismissive line
that we need to invest in
alternative fuels having
first heard it from Jimmy
Carter in 1976. It is a
great political one-liner
that seeks to dismiss any
questions on the matter.
No doubt we should invest
in wind power, so as not to
be as dependent on foreign
wind. Yadda yadda but
if there were economically
viable solutions, the
free market would have
produced them by now.
I know the conspiracy
theorists say oil companies
and Bush have hidden
the technology to build
a car that runs on water.
That, I know for sure,
is not true; it implies
intelligent planning and
forethought by the Bush
administration, and, as we
sadly have come to find
out, that is not plausible.
McCain has had the
only real idea for an energy
solution: a $300 million
prize for the inventor of a
battery-powered car. At
least he has the wisdom
to say, in essence, that
we in government have
proven that we have no
idea what to do, so we are
going to get out of the way
and farm out the good
idea-making to the private
sector to let entrepreneurs
work on this. Wow. Now
.there's a novel thought!


Choosing a vice president


By Jim Hightower

The nation's political
pundits have spent months
trying to tell us who '
would be the presidential
nominees. From the
Iowa caucuses forward,
however, these Beltway
Prognosticators were
proven mostly wrong.
But that is not stopping
them from now turning
to the next major political
question facing America:
Who will be the vice-
presidential nominees?
Back in the 1930s,
Vice President John
Nance Garner described
the office as "not worth
a bucket of warm piss."
Since then though, the
Number Two has shown
an ability to be the de
facto Number One. For


Jim Hightower


example, the present
incumbent, Buckshot
Cheney, not only chose
himself to be the VP after
serving as head of George
W's search committee,
but he even asserts that
his office is not a part of
the executive, legislative,
or judicial branches -


the vice presidency, he
claims, is it's own branch
of government!
So pundits are on the
prowl, trying to be the
first to uncover the next
Dan Quayle. There are
obvious suggestions, such
as Mr. Huckabee. But,
does a McHuck ticket
really sing? Probably
not harmoniously. What
about governors? The
problem there is the
"Who Test." Names like
SPawlenty, Sanford, Crist,
and Daniels have been
run up the flagpole, only
to be metbwith a chorus of
"Who?" Or Sonny Perdue
- is he the chicken guy or
a governor?
On the Democratic
side, I suggest a woman
VP. No, not that woman
- the one who has


most impressed me is
Michelle Obama savvy,
levelheaded, eloquent.
"Obama-Obama in 08"
has a lyrical ring to it.
Better yet, let's have a
national lottery. Anyone
who can comb their own
hair pretty much meets
the qualifications for
VP. Besides, here's a
chance for just a regular
American to get a seat
at the table. That's more
likely to improve the
national political dynamic
that anyone the pundits
can name.

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Santa Rosa's Press Gazette | Page A7


Wednesday, July 9, 2008


Local


'No Limit'


on Sheriff's


drug operation


By JENI SENTER
and BILL GAMBLING
news@srpressgazette.com

The price of gasoline is
not the only thing going up
in Santa Rosa County.
Officials with the Santa
Rosa County Sheriff's Of-
fice held a press confer-
ence today to announce the
culmination of a two-year
investigation which led to
warrants for the arrest of 45
people in Milton and Bag-
dad.'
Santa Rosa County
Sheriff Wendell Hall says
the Sheriff's Office had
received countless com-
plaints from the community
regarding illegal drug sales
and drug related activi-
ties in the neighborhood.
The Sheriff's Office began
investigating and notified
Federal Agencies who as-
sisted with the sting opera-
tion.
"We expect this to have a
tremendous positive impact
not just in Bagdad and Mil-
ton, but in the entire area
due to the elimination of
drug trafficking and drug
related behavior that have
been eliminated with these
arrests; the conclusion of
"Operation No Limit" is
expected to have a great
impact on drug activity in
Santa Rosa County," says
Hall.
"The operation took
two years due to the time
consuming nature of being
able to purchase such large
quantities from the deal-
ers; volumes large enough
to result in Federal indict-
ments. These were big tar-
gets and were definitely
worth the investment of
time and money," says Hall.
"Several agencies were in-
volved: including the Santa
Rosa County Sheriff's Of-
fice, ATF, DEA, U.S. Mar-
shalls, FDLE, IRS, Milton
Police Department, along
with state and county pro-
bation."
Hall wants the public to
know the Sheriff's Depart-
ment hears them when they
speak out about drug activ-
ity in the area. "When peo-
ple complain about illegal
activity in the area, but say
they do not see law enforce-
"ment doing anything about
it, that doesn't mean we
aren't. Often times, there is
an undercover operation on-
going and we just can't say
anything about it. You have
to be patient. Just because
you can't see it happening,
doesn't mean it isn't," says
Hall.
According to Hall, 30 of
the 45 people are currently
in custody and they are still
working on the arrest of 15
other individuals. Three
of those being sought have
federal warrants while the
other 12 are wanted on state


Angela John
Bivines Bosivert


Anthony
Craighead


Michael Paul Tammy
Nicholson Peloquin Jr. Craighead


Rose Tamatha
Howard Earnest


Steven Herman
Pinkney Fails


warrants for
R large scale
conspiracy to
deliver large
quantities of
cocaine in
S 8 the Bagdad
and Milton
Jeffrey areas.
Rich Federal
suspects in
custody are Marvin Ducks-
worth, 28; Deshrick Slack,
29; Sandy Penton, 40; Tre-
mainHamilton, 23; Demirus
McCray, 21; Jamel Shields,
19; Steven Pinkney, 34;
Herman Fails, 49; Adrian
Cawthon, 27; Michael Mc-
Queen, 34; Paul Neal, 34;
Jeremy Bembo, 22; Clifford
Cooper, 54; Marco Green,
28; Jay Thampi, 27; Katrisa
Thomas, 31; and Jeffery
Rich, 25.
State suspects current-
ly in custody are Angela
Bivines, 51; John Bosivert,
39; Anthony Craighead, 50;
Rodney Davis, 32; Ronald
Pinkney, 32; Joseph Thom-
as, III, 35; Carl White, 45;
Stacy Jarrett, 27; Patrick
Johnson, 37; Douglas Low-
ery, Sr., 51; Paul Peloquin,
Jr., 21; and Tammy Craig-
head, 50.
Outstanding state war-
rants are yet to be served
on Daniel Paul Peterson,
26; Victoria Robertson,
37; Curtis Lee, 27; Jemond
Hadnot, 33; Dexter Causey,
23; Llewellyn Thomas, 28;
Heather Gardner, 21; Rose
Howard, 18; Tamatha Ear-


Jonathan
Hedrick


Kodney Konald
Davis Pinkney


Daniel
Peterson


Sybil
Loyed


Adrian Michael
Cawthon McQueen

nest, 36; Jonathan Hedrick,
24; and Sybil Loyed, 26.
Sgt. Scott Haines, Santa
Rosa County Sheriff's De-
partment Public Informa-
tion Officer, says the drug
ring had been linked to
many shootings and home
invasions in the area over
the last several years. "One
of the large scale dealers,
who is being federally in-
dicted, was involved in a
shooting in Pensacola a
couple years ago. He was
actually shot in the head in
the parking lot of an adult
entertainment related busi-
ness."
"Some of the arrested
individuals informed law
enforcement about other
suspects, which resulted
in further arrests and is
expected to result in addi-
tional arrests in the future,"
says Hall. "One of the tar-
gets has been in the com-
munity for years and has
been a major drug dealer
for many, many years."
The investigation fo-
cused on an area in Bagdad,
which Hall described as an
"open air drug market" on
Limit Street.
"These suspects actu-
ally had chairs spread out
around a bonfire pit that
was set up at one area in or-
der to just hang out and sell
drugs," says Haines.
Some of the items seized
by investigators include
1,100 grams of powder co-
caine and 130 grams of


Joseph
Thomas Ill


Victoria Curtis
Robertson Lee


Marvin Deshric
Ducksworth Slack


Paul Jeremy
Neal Bembo


crack cocaine, as well as
six vehicles. Around $1,800
in cash was taken from the
pockets of those who were
arrested and agents seized
marijuana, as well as hand
guns, long guns, and vari-
ous other items and con-
trolled substances at the
time the warrants were ex-
ecuted.
Officials involved in the
investigation indicated they
had either purchased or
seized over $130,000 worth
of crack cocaine alone dur-
ing the investigation. Ac-
cording to Haines and other
officials involved in the ar-
rests, several hundred thou-
sand dollars worth of drugs
and guns were seized.
Names and other details
will be updated, as they are
made available.


Carl Stacy
White Jarrett

Awl&A


Jemond
Hadnot


Dexter
Causey


Sandy Tremain
Penton Hamilton


Clifford Marco
Cooper Green


Patrick Douglas
Johnson Lowery Jr.


Llewellyn
Thomas


Heather
Gardner


Demirus Jamel
McCray Shields


Jay Katrisa
Thampi Thomas


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Wednesday, July 9, 2008


Lifestyles


Santa Rosa Medical Center births


Alicia & Thomas Gillis, a son, Dominic La-
zarus Gillis, born Tuesday, June 3, 2008.
Ashley & John Kennedy, a son, Logan
Myles Kennedy, born Wednesday, June 4,
2008.
Elizabeth R. & Christopher D. Booker,
Sr., a son, Patrick James Booker, born Monday,
June 9, 2008.
Alessa D. Fowlkes, a daughter, Adelae Eliz-
abeth Fowlkes, born Monday, June 9, 2008.
Helen E. Peabody, a daughter, Chessa Lynn


Peabody, born Tuesday, June 10, 2008.
Tammy M. & James C. Osmialowski, a
son, Joseph Alan Osmialowski, born Friday,
June 13, 2008.
Lindsey & Wesley Friar, a son, Wyatt Mc-
Donald Friar, born Wednesday, June 18, 2008.
Amahda Salazar, a son, Keegan Davis Alex-
zander Salazar, born Wednesday, June 18,
2008.
Angela Chism, a daughter, Kharma Gracie
Henderson, born Wednesday, June 18, 2008.


Williams celebrate 65th wedding anniversary


Wallace and Betty Jean Williams cel-
ebrated their 65th Wedding Anniversary at
their home in Jacksonville, Florida, where
they have lived for the past 45 years, with
a family dinner. They were married July 6,
1943 at the First Baptist Church of Milton.
She is the former Betty Jean Hoodless of



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Williams and Marjory Williams Hazouri of
the Jacksonville area. They have 3 grand-
children and 2 great-grandchildren. The
Milton relatives are her niece and nephews
Beverly St. John, Gary (Buddy) Hoodless,
Duane Hoodless and their families. Yvonne DeLoach (left)
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PUBLIC NOTICE OF INTENT TO ISSUE TITLE V
AIR OPERATION PERMIT RENEWAL
FLORIDA DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION
DRAFT Permit Project No.: 1130163-004-AV
Fabbro Marine Group Santa Rosa Facility
Santa Rosa County
The Department of Environmental Protection (permitting authority) gives notice of its
intent to issue a Title V Air Operation Permit Renewal to Fabbro Marine Group for the
Santa Rosa Facility located at 5552 Industrial Boulevard in Milton, Santa Rosa County.
The applicant's name and address are: Fabbro Marine Group, 5552 Industrial Boulevard,
Milton, Florida 32583.
The permitting authority will issue the PROPOSED Permit, and subsequent FINAL
Permit, in accordance with the conditions of the DRAFT Permit unless a response received
in accordance with the following procedures results in a different decision or significant
change of terms or conditions.
The Permitting Authority will accept written comments concerning the DRAFT
Permit for a period of 30 days from the date of publication of the "PUBLIC NOTICE OF
INTENT TO ISSUE TITLE V AIR OPERATION PERMIT RENEWAL." Written com-
ments must be post-marked and all facsimile comments must be received by the close of
business (5:00 pm), on or before the end of this 30-day period, by the Permitting Authority
at Department of Environmental Protection Northwest District, 160 Governmental Center,
Suite 308, Pensacola, Florida 32502-5794 (Telephone: 850/595/8300; Fax:
850/595/8096). As part of his or her comments, any person may also request that the
Permitting Authority hold a public meeting on this permitting action. If the Permitting
Authority determines there is sufficient interest for a public meeting, it will publish notice
of the tune, date, and location on the Department's official web site for notices at
http://tlhora6.dep.state.fl.us/onw and in a newspaper of general circulation in the area
affected by the permitting action. For additional information, contact the Permitting
Authority at the above address or phone number. If written comments or comments
received at a public meeting result in a significant change to the DRAFT Permit, the
Permitting Authority shall issue a Revised DRAFT Permit and require, if applicable,
another Public Notice. All comments filed will be made available for public inspection.
A person whose substantial interests are affected by the proposed permitting decision
may petition for an administrative hearing in accordance with Sections 120.569 and
120.57 of the Florida Statutes (F.S.). The petition must contain the information set forth
below and must be filed (received) in the Office of General Counsel of the Department of
Environmental Protection, 3900 Commonwealth Boulevard, Mail Station #35,
Tallahassee, Florida 32399-3000 (Telephone: 850/245-2242, Fax: 850/245-2303).
Petitions filed by any persons other than those entitled to written notice under Section
120.60(3), F.S., must be filed within 14 days of publication of the public notice or within
14 days of receipt of the notice of intent, whichever occurs first. Under Section 120.60(3),
F.S., however, any person who asked the permitting authority for notice of agency action
may file a petition within 14 days of receipt of that notice, regardless of the date of publi-
cation. A petitioner shall mail a copy of the petition to the applicant at the address indi-
cated above, at the time of filing. The failure of any person to file a petition within the
applicable time period shall constitute a waiver of that person's right to request an admin-
istrative determination (hearing) under Sections 120.569 and 120.57, F.S., or to intervene
in this proceeding and participate as a party to it. Any subsequent intervention will be only
at the approval of the presiding officer upon the filing of a motion in compliance with Rule
28-106.205 of the Florida Administrative Code (F.A.C.).
All petitions filed under these rules shall contain:
(a) The name and address of each agency affected and each agency's file or identifi-
cation number, if, known;
(b) The name, address, and telephone number of each petitioner; the name, address
and telephone number of the pettitioner's representative, if any, which shall be the address
for service purposes during the course of the proceeding; and an explanation of how the
petitioner's substantial interests will be affected by the agency determination;
(c) A statement of how and when each petitioner received notice of the agency deci-
stion;
(d) A statement of disputed issues of material fact. If there are none, the petition must
(e) A concise statement of the ultimate facts alleged, including the specific facts the
petitioner contends warrant reversal or modification of the agency's proposed action;
(f) A statement of the specific rules or statutes the petitioner contends require rever-
sal or modification of the agency's proposed action, including an explanation of how the
alleged facts relate to the specific rules or statutes; and,
(g) A statement of the relief sought by the petitioner, stating precisely the action peti-
tioner wishes the agency to take with respect to the agency's proposed action.
A petition that does not dispute the material facts upon which the permitting authori-
ty's action is based shall state that no such facts are in dispute and otherwise shall contain
the same information as set forth above, as required b Rule 28-106.301, F.A.C.
Because the administrative hearing process is designed to formulate final agency
action, the filing ofa petition means that the permitting authority's final action may be dif-
ferent from the position taken by it in this notice of intent. Persons whose substantial inter-
ests will be affected by any such final decision of the permitting authority on the applica-
tion have the right to petition to become a party to the proceeding, in accordance with the
requirements set forth above.
Mediation is not available for this proceeding.
In addition to the above, pursuant to 42 United States Code (U.S.C.) Section
7661d(b)(2), any person may petition the Administrator of the EPA within 60 (sixty) days
of the expiration ofthe Administrator's 45-day review period as established at 42 U.S.C.
Section 7661d(b)(l), to object to issuance of any permit. Any petition shall be based only
on objections to the permit that were raised with reasonable specificity during the 30-day
public comment period provided in this notice, unless the petitioner demonstrates to the
Administrator of the EPA that it was impracticable to raise such objections within the com-
ment period or unless the grounds for such objection arose after the comment period.
Filing of a petition with the Administrator of the EPA does not stay the effective date of
any permit properly issued pursuant to the provisions of Chapter 62-213, F.A.C. Petitions
filed with the Administrator of EPA must meet the requirements of 42 U.S.C. Section
7661d(b)(2) and must be filed with the Administrator of the EPA at: U.S. EPA, 401 M
Street, S.W., Washington, D.C. 20460.
A complete project file is available for public inspection during normal business
hours, 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., Monday through Friday, except legal ho days, at:
Permitting Authority:
Department of Environmental Protection
Northwest District
160 Governmental Center, Suite 308, Pensacola, Florida 32502-5794
(Telephone: 850/595-8300; Fax: 850/595-8096)

The complete project file includes the DRAFT Permit, the application for renewal,
and the information submitted by the responsible official, exclusive of confidential records
under Section 403.111, F.S. Interested persons may contact Armando Sarasua P.E., at the B
above address, or call 850/595-8300, extension 1226, for additional information.


S Several homemakers and
guests enjoyed a special tour
of the Escambia County Road
Prison located in the Canton-
- ment area.
Jeff Bohannon who is the
Superintendent (Warden) over
this facility welcomed the
group followed with introduc-
tions of several staff members.
Bohannon started the day with
a power point presentation as
to what the guests would see
during the tour..
Following the presenta-
tion it was time for lunch to
be served. "Everything on the
menu has been produced here
at our facility," said Bohannon.
Everyone agreed that it was
one of the best meals they had
eaten in a long time.
Catfish from one of the
ponds about as fresh as you
would eat was served with
hush puppies. Other foods
served that were grown on site
include squash, creamed corn,
corn on the cob, cole slaw, to-
matoes, black-eyed peas and
okra. The meal was absolutely
scrumptious. We can thank the
inmates that are studying Ag-
riculture.
The group left the assembly
room behind and proceeded
to the greenhouses to see the
hundreds of plants that are
growing thanks to the inmates
that are into Horticulture. Not
only were the greenhouses full
of different plants but also in
looking around the area you
would see Palm Trees and oth-
er tropical plants.
The next stop was at the
large shop that houses the
carpenter and the welding sta-
tions. Inmates that are interest-
ed in becoming a carpenter are
trained to use all the equipment
in the shop and some leave and
find their skills are needed in
the building industry.
In order to offer the In-
mates classes on any of the
mentioned skills, instructors
from George Stone will teach
classes at the facility. Dale
Kite is the Welding Instructor
from the George Stone Career


and Carolyn Kranz enjoy the green houses while on tour at the


Carolyn Kranz (left) and Bertha Christian enjoy the lunch
at the Escambia County Road Prison.


Ralph Barley (left), husband of one of the homemakers,
looks at one of the plants grown in the greenhouses. Bill
Farinas is the horticulture instructor.


Center.
Kite enjoys working and
training the young men at the
prison and many that have left
the facility are now employed
as welders and are very pro-
ductive citizens.
In looking at some of the
work the welding class has
done you will find they are
making utility trailers, grills,
reefs and numerous other
items.
"Our big thing is to teach
these young men that safety
comes first when you decide
you want to be a welder," said
Kite. He went on to tell the
group that he stresses there are
several safety precautions that
include proper clothing, gloves
and the most important one is
eye protection. Safety is taught
before any student begins to


weld.
Superintendent


Bohan-


non can proudly say that this
facility is different from any
other in the State of Florida.
"We save taxpayers a lot of
money with our labor force,"
said Bohannon. He told us that
his men help clean up state
roads as well as county roads.
The inmates construct holding
ponds and do the maintenance
to keep them up. Building
fences is another job the men
do. They also replace drain-
age lines and follow up with
landscaping. Cleaning up af-
ter storms is another job these
young men do. Yes, there is a
big savings.
The homemakers and
guests left with the feeling
that they had met some of the
friendliest people in the work
force and they are doing a
great job helping young men
become productive citizens
when they leave this facility.


Santa Rosa homemakers


and guests enjoy tour


COLLECTOR'S CORNER by ROBERT G. MCCLURE
As your Santa Rosa County Tax Collector, I would like to take this
opportunity to make everyone aware of how your Tax Collector Office's
funding and budget is handled. The Tax Collector is an agent for vari-
ous state and local government agencies, for the collection of revenue
and public funding. It is the responsibility of the Tax Collector to dis-
tribute these funds to various state and local agencies and taxing authori- *
ties. A wide range of services are provided by your Tax Collector's .
Office to the citizens of Santa Rosa County, which include: collection of
ad valorem taxes, motor vehicle and vessel registrations and title appli-
cations, issuance of business tax receipts (formerly known as occupa-
tional licenses), issuance of hunting and fishing licenses and the collec-
tion of sales tax where applicable. The Tax Collector operates as a "fee a
office", which means a fee or commission is earned for the services ren-
dered. These fees and commissions are outlined in the Florida Statutes and established by the
Florida Legislature. The annual budget for the Tax Collector must be approved by the Florida
Department of Revenue. Excess fees which are earned but not spent are remitted back to the
Santa Rosa County Commission. Obviously these remitted excess fees have a significant impact
on assisting the County Commission in keeping your millage rates low. The below chart repre-
sents excess fees remitted since I took office:
FISCAL YEAR EXCESS FEES (RETURNED)
~1)11 11 (7S4 '.;;:.4
( (ntiS 4' )o II
02 0 ; S34.So 32,
114 1W11,1984 91
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My staff and I are proud to have been able to wisely budget and conservatively spend your tax
dollars over the past several years. In so doing, we have been able to return nearly four million
dollars in excess fees. As always, if you have any questions please do not hesitate to contact us
at 983-1800 or www.roberimeclure.com. *

Thanks for allowing me and my staff to serve you.




Robert G. McClure, CFC *',









Santa Rosa's Press Gazette | Page A9 '


Community


COMMUNITYNews


Milton Piecemakers
quilt guild
Calling all quilters! The
Milton monthly evening sit
& saw will be held on July
10th from 6 p.m.- 9 p.m. at
the RSVP building off of
Dogwood Drive in Milton.
This is a great time for ev-
eryone and a wonderful way
to meet new friends. There
are plenty of tables. Bring
your machines or handwork
and a drink. There is an ice
machine on site.
The Piecemakers Quilt
Guild of Milton meets the
second Monday of each
month at the Milton Library
meeting room at 9 a.m. The
next meeting is on July 14.
All quilters are welcome.
The guild offers quilters
the opportunity to sharpen
skills, learn new techniques
and become inspired. Come
join us. Please call Sheila
Hilwig at 626-5793 for fur-
ther information.

City Sports
Authority to meet
The City of Milton Sports
Authority will meet on
Thursday, July 10, 2008 at 6
p.m. in the Gracey Room of
the Milton Community Cen-
ter, 5629 Byrom Street. For
further information on the


meeting, contact the Public
Works Office at 983-5410
extension 223. All meetings
are open to the public.

Emergency Food &
Shelter Board meeting
The Local Board for
Emergency Food & Shelter
Funding will meet on Mon-
day, July 14, 2008, at 10
a.m. in Conference Room
B at City Hall, 6738 Dixon
Street. For further informa-
tion on the meeting, contact
the City Manager's Office at
983-5411.

Computer
committee to meet
The City of Milton's
Computer Committee will
meet on Monday, July 14,
2008 at 8 a.m. in Confer-
ence Room B13 at City Hall,
6738 Dixon Street, Milton.
All meetings are open to the
public. For further informa-
tion on the meeting, contact
the City Managers Office at
983-5411.

Instant piano for
hopelessly busy people
A beginning- class in
chord piano will be held on
July 17 from 6 p.m.-9:30
p.m., where, in one session,


students will learn all the
chords needed to play any
pop song, any style, any key,
reading chord symbols, not
notes. They'll also learn how
to embellish songs using the
secrets and magical short-
cuts of professional piano
players.
If students don't know
treble clef, they can send a
SASE for free pamphlet to
Music Masters, 90 Molly
Lane, Ringgold, GA, 30736.
Then they can enroll with
confidence. To register, call
(850) 484-1797.

Emerald Coast Classic
set for July 14
The Emerald Coast
Classic will be held Mon-
day, July 14 at Choctaw-
hatchee High School lo-
cated at, 110 Racetrack
Road, NW, Fort Walton
Beach beginning at 7:30
p.m. It will feature the
Bluecoats-Canton, OH,
Boston Crusaders-Boston,
MA, Colts-Dubuque, IA,
Glassmen-Toledo, OH and
Spirit-Jacksonville, AL.
Over 1,000 of the na-
tion's top high school and
college musicians will
be coming to Northwest
FloridA for the inaugural
Emerald Coast Classic, a
sanctioned competition of


Drum Corps Internation-
al. Six corps will vie for
top honors as the annual
Summer Music Games na-
tional tour makes a stop in
Fort Walton Beach! Some
proceeds will benefit the
Choctawhatchee High
School Stylemarchers.
For ticket information
call (317) 275-1212 or visit
the website at www.dci.
org.

Fibromyalgia Support
Group meeting
The FibromyalgiaSupport
Group meets at 6:30 p.m. the
2nd Thursday of each month
at Locklin Technical Center
5330 Berryhill Rd. west of
Santa Rosa Medical Center.
Come share or just listen.
Guaranteed to make you feel
better. Find out what works
for others. Open to anyone
who suffers from FM or
CFS.
For more information call
Joy Manning at 450-4922.

Imogene movies to be
shown on Thursdays
Imogene Theater, located
in downtown Milton will
be offering movies every
Thursday evening beginning
at 6:30 p.m. Admission is
free! There will be hints for


each week, and trivia prizes.
July 10 will be 'Big Pink
Cat,' July 17 will be 'The
Dark Side is Back,' and July
24 will be 'Aargh.' Conces-
sions will be available.

Square dancing
in Navarre
Navarre residents and
neighbors! Been waiting for
a local square Dance? Wait
no more. The Holley Na-
varre Seniors Assn. will be
hosting square dancing on
the 1st & 3rd Wednesday of
each month beginning 7/19th
from 6:30 to 8:30. Cost is $4
per person, and we especial-
ly are looking for men who
square dance, or would like
to learn how. Bill Van Ho-
esen will be calling, and will
walk everyone through the
steps before each dance. Join
your neighbors for a down
home howdown at the E H
Pullum Senior Center across
the street from the library on
Wednesday, July 19. Its great
exercise and lots of fun..

Meeting for Silver
Haired Legislature
Region One members of
the Florida Silver Haired
Legislature have set a meet-
ing for Sunday, July 13 at the
E.H. Pullum Senior Center,


8476 Gordin Goodin Lane
in Navarre from 3 until 5
p.m. This is an important
meeting for all members,"
stated Jerry Melvin, Execu-
tive Director of the Florida
Silver Haired Legislature
organization. He said that
elections will be held for of-
ficers for Area One, which
includes Escambia, Santa
Rosa, Okaloosa and Walton
Counties. Those individu-
als who are paid up mem-
bers prior to the beginning
of the elections will be
eligible to hold office and
to vote. The Florida Silver
Haired Legislature is com-
posed of people 50 and over
who are registered Florida
voters, who are interested
in and learning more about,
and participating in the leg-
islative process. Anyone
wishing to run for office
should provide an 8-1/2 x
11 sheet with information
about the candidate (includ-
ing a picture if possible)
and email or mail to FSHL,
P.O. Box 902, Fort Walton
Beach, FL 32548, or email
to jerry@jerrymelvin.com.
Additional copies should
be available to pass out to
those attending the meeting
on July 13. Candidates will
be given a few minutes to
campaign for their respec-
tive offices.


Mowing your lawn correctly makes a difference


Mowing is one of the
most important aspects of
maintaining a good quality
lawn. Mowing correctly can
increase the density of the
lawn making it more resis-
tant to those nagging weeds.
Mowing incorrectly can
cause problems.
One of the most impor-
tant things you can do is to
mow your lawn at the cor-
rect height. Visit http://edis.
ifas.ufl.edu/LH028 or call
your local Extension Office
to learn the correct height for
your grass species.
It's also important to fol-
low good mowing practices
such as:
Pick up all stones,
sticks, and other debris be-
fore mowing to avoid dam-
aging the mower or injuring
someone with flying objects.
Mow only when the
grass is dry.
Sharpen the mower
blade frequently.
Adjust the cutting height
properly by setting the mow-


Varying your mowing pattern can cause you to spend
a little more time mowing, but the result will be a greatly
improved appearance in your lawn.


er on a driveway or sidewalk
and use a ruler to measure
the distance between the
ground and the blade.
Wash the mower after
each use to reduce weed seed
and disease movement.
Mow in a different di-
rection every time the lawn
is cut.
Most lawns and sections
of lawns are shaped such
that one way of mowing is
easiest and fastest perhaps
back and forth east/west,
or around the periphery in
a circular pattern. Because
it is easier, we tend to mow
that.way every time. After a
few mowing cycles, your re-
petitive tire tracks may start
to show. If you do it long
enough, or if you mow when


the ground is'wet, you may
actually get ruts where you
always run the mower.
The solution is to mow
the way the pros do it al-
ternate or vary your mowing
patterns. If you mowed east/
west last week, mow north/
south this week. Or, try
mowing at an angle: south-
east to northwest or south-
west to northeast.
Alternating your mowing
pattern will have two ben-
eficial effects. First, you will
minimize tire marks and
ruts since you will run the
tires in different places each
time. Second, the alternate
or varying patterns tend be
attractive since the previous
pattern may still be visible
after mowing so your lawn


MEMORIAL from page Al


could stay in the hospital,
or she could come home.
Tristan wanted to come
home to die," says Hodge.
"Tristan told me she talked
to God. She knows she is
dying. She says God is pre-
paring her house for her in
heaven. She is telling me
who she wants to have her
things, just little knick-
knacks, but things that she
wants people to have when
she is gone. She told me
she wants to be cremated,


so she can go home [to
Alabama]. Hospice says
she needs to see us cry,
that she needs to know that
we are sad, but it is hard,"
Hodge said shortly before
Gore passed away.
Gore's homebound
teacher, Tabitha Kosmas
says the family is glad
Tristan was able to touch
as many lives as she did in
the brief time she had with
them. "She was just a very
special little girl. She was


loving and was a great stu-
dent. She will be missed,"
says Kosmas.
A memorial service is
scheduled for Saturday 2
p.m. at the Milton Elks
Lodge on Highway 90.
Gore chose to be cremated,
but those wh6 are interest-
ed in donating to assist the
family with final expenses
can still donate at any Wa-
chovia Bank to the account
in the names of Bridget
Hodge and Tristan Gore.


PENSACOLA
3298 Summit Blvd. Suite 33
850-434-6168
M-F 7:30 AM ~ 5 PM


MILTON
6107 HWY 90
850-626-3430
M-F8AM-4PM


may take on a checkerboard
appearance somewhat like
the beautiful sports fields
you see on TV. In most cas-
es, it will take you somewhat
longer to mow in the less ef-
ficient patterns, but the re-
sults can be well worth it;
Varying mowing patterns
works very well and is easy
to do in large, open turf ar-
eas. It can be much more dif-
ficult in small areas, particu-
larly those that are long and
narrow like some side-yards
and the grassy areas between
the sidewalk and street. Even
though it is difficult, varying
the pattern as much as pos-
sible on these odd areas is
still beneficial.
Varying yourmowing pat-
tern can cause you to spend a
little more time mowing, but
the result will be a greatly
improved appearance in your
lawn. In larger turf areas, it
is good to rotate among four
patterns: east to west, north
to south, diagonal south-
east/northwest and diagonal

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Do Your Pare. Don't Litter.


southwest/northeast. In long,
narrow, awkward areas, even
alternating between two pat-
terns will help reduce tire
tracks and make your lawn
look better. In other words,
mow like the pros!

Theresa Friday is the
Residential Horticulture Ex-
tension Agent for Santa Rosa
County. The use of trade
names, if used in this article,


is solely for the purpose of
providing specific informa-
tion. It is not a guarantee,
warranty, or endorsement
of the product name(s) and
does not signify that they are
approved to the exclusion of
others.
For additional informa-
tion about all of the county
extension services and other
articles of interest go to:
http://santarosa. ifas. ufl, edu.


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Reggie's Seafood & Bar-B-Que is an area tradition that has outlasted most of them all!


By OBIE CRAIN'
ocrain@srpressgazette.com

If you've heard rumors
that Reggie's Seafood &
Bar-B-Que (we'll just refer
to the legendary restaurant
as Reggie's, because that's
the way it's been known
since practically the Dark
Ages) is considering going
out of business, forget it!
It's just folklore!
There may be those, of
course, who would wel-
come such a happening, but
chances are they're just
other businesses that only
wish they were as popular
and had the customer
appeal and influence that
Reggie's continues to enjoy
on a daily basis, says co-
owner and overseeer Joey
Labeef.
"Although the area is
experiencing an economic
downturn that's making
things slow for most every-
body, we're doing just
fine," Joey said. "We've
always had a loyal customer
base, and people are contin-'
uing to find out every day
where they can get the best,
freshly prepared to order
steak, seafood, bar-B-Que,
crab Legs, and more, any-
where in this area," he con-
tined.
After all, x here else can
you find panoramic, water-
front dining: a just-out-the-
door smoking deck; three
spacious dining rooms
where you don't have to
push and tug, pulling tables
together to seat larger
groups of as many as six,
eight, and ten; and on top of
all that, friendly, courteous,
and experienced servers
who make you feel "at
home" right away.
Just a year or so ago the
restaurant underwent a sig-
nificant "make-over" which
made the interior much


more attractive and also had
a number of new menu
items added. "We still spe-
cialize in seafood and bar-
becue, but we've added a
number of our own original
recipes and fine tuned some
other basics that have been
here for years," Joey said of
the fare. And although Joey
had been a part of the
restaurant staff for some 20
years at the time, he moved
into management and has
been making tracks ever
since.
He believes in a hands-
own method of doing
things, and has dedicated a
great deal of his time and
energy to the actual, day to
day restaurant management.
"One thing that hasn't
changed and never will as
far as I'm concerned is the.
use. of only the freshest,
top-quality seafood, meats,
and vegetables to prepare
our meals.
The menu is extensive,
filled with appetizers featur-
ing hot wings, crab claws,
shrimp cocktail, and a
broad array of other delica-
cies that would grace any
table. Seafood dinner
entrees of mullet, flounder,
white fish, oysters, and crab
cakes, just to mention a
few, are adventures in eat-
ing, all by themselves'
"And our breakfasts are
top of the morning." Joey
says of all the conventional
breakfast items that are
available beginning at 5:30
a.m. each day except
Sunday when serving, starts
a little later at 6:30 a.m. On
Saturday and Sundays a
breakfast special for $2.99
is a steal!
The all you can eat spe-
cials are legendary. There's
so many and they are so
varied you'll have to visit to
see what you've been miss-
ing. Tuesday through


Saturday from 3 p.m. until
closing, the all you can eat
mix and match is bound to
please even the most dis-
criminating!
And not to be forgotten
are the children. They have
a menu of their own with .
prices that are more than
affordable. And what they
offer will almost certainly
have your child anticipating
the meal.
The restaurant is attrac-
tively'situated on a naviga-
ble waterway, and diners
have the option of having
their meal overlooking the
waterfront. In fact, space is
available to "park" you boat
at the water's edge and
come in to eat.
Another popular feature
is the elevated, wraparound
terrace that has been
designed as an outdoor
smoking area.
Although food is not
served there, quite often
customers will take certain
edible items or drinks out-
side to the terrace to enjoy
the fresh air where tables
and chairs are available for
their convenience.
Incidentally, the dining
room can easily accommo-
date more than 160 guests.
The three dining areas can
be reserved for parties of 50
or more. Call 623-3126 to
make arrangements for your
next party.
And just in case you
can't resist the temptation
of eating the delicious food
prepared at Reggie's but
don't want to go so far as to
dress and "go out," call the
same number for carry out.
It's a very popular feature,
and they will serve you just
as adequately.
Joey has a lot to say
about his staff and employ-
ees They're top notch, and
it shows," he said. "Most of
those who work here have


Visit and eat at Reggie's Seafood & Bar-B-Que under the watchfuid eye of the half Pig
and half Mermaid (we don't know if she ever had a name or not) who can't decide if she
wants to be seafood or barbecue! Co-owner and Chief Overseer Joey Labeef (right) and
his Restaurant Manager Wendy Parmelee or some member of their competent staff will
help you decide which you would prefer to eat when you visit the restaurant at 7040
Highway 90 East in East Milton. If you just have to have the food but don't want to go
out, call them at 623-3126, and they will prepare a carry-out package for you to pick
up. Same great food either way! (Photo by Obie Crain)


been in their positions for a
long time. We work well
together, and have very lit-
tle turnover."
He especially singled
out his Restaurant Manager,
Wendy Parmelee, lauding
her efforts and expertise in
taking care of the "details"
that never meet the eyes of
the customer. "She's a great
manager, and when you
meet her, I'm sure you will
agree,".he said.
As far as the overall
quality of the restaurant, its
food, the service, and ambi-
ence are concerned, Joey


says he leaves all that up to
those on the receiving end.
"We don't tell you how
good our food is, you tell
us!" he said.,
Reggie's is the first busi-
ness in East Milton after
you cross the Blackwater,
and you simply can't miss
it. Hours are Monday
through Wednesday, 5:30
a.m. til 9 p.m. On
Thursday, Fridays, and
Saturday those hours are
extended until 10. On
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6:30 a.m. and last until 3
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served. That, of course,
goes for each closing hour.
The hours end when cus-
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-And all this takes place,
mind you, under the watch-
ful eye of the Pig who
thinks seafood is so won-
derful, that she can't make
up her mind if she would
really rather be a Mermaid.
ESating at Reggie's is the
talk of the town, so be a
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Pace quarterback commits to ULM


By BILL GAMBLING
iports@srpressgazefftte.com
Three year starting Pa-
triots quarterback Aaron
Munoz quickly silenced the
drama surrounding him as
the start of high school foot-
ball practice approaches.
Last week Munoz gave
his verbal commitment to
the University of Louisiana-
Monroe and is the latest ad-
dition to what is becoming
a strong recruiting class for
the Warhawks.
Munoz, who has only lost
one regular season game as
Pace's starting quarterback,
is glad the process is over.
"It feels real good to have
this decision behind me,"
said Munoz. "Now I can sit
back and focus on playing
football and making another
run for the state title."
Last season Munoz and
the Patriots came up just
Short as they lost in the
Class 4A State Semifinals
to Nease 49-48, a game that


went four overtimes.
"We gave that game
everything we could as a
team," said Munoz. "It was
just one of those games."
In that game Munoz
turned in a dramatic per-
formance throwing for over
300 yards on the night and
over 200 of those yards were
amassed by former Patriot
Riley Hawkins, who will
soon be reporting to Sam-
ford University.
"I think that game helped
the college stuff a whole
lot."
Munoz picked Louisiana-
Monroe over Wake Forest,;
Arkansas State, and Florida
International University,
"There are a lot of:hings
I like about the campus,"
said Munoz. "Ben (Giles)
was talking to me everyday
and they have a senior quar-
terback this year. So the job
will be up for grabs next
season.
"Another think about it is
the fact that it is not that far


Bill Gamblin I Press Gazette
Aaron Munoz, who just gave his verbal commitment to
the University of Louisiana-Monroe, is seen quarterback-
ing the Patriots in this springs football jamboree at Gulf
Breeze High School against the Milton Panthers.


away from home."
Munoz was actually of-
fered a scholarship the same
day as teammate Ben Giles,
but he wasn't so quick to ac-
cept the scholarship offer.
"I wanted to get home and
talk to my parents and some


other people," said Munoz.
"I also talked to Coach
Lindsey about it some."
With his commitment,
Munoz is looking to become
the third Division I quarter-
back in Pace history join-
ing the likes of Thad Busby


(Florida State) and Lee Rob-
erts (Southern Mississippi).
"That is some pretty good
company to be a part of,"
said Munoz. "Thad had a
great career at Florida State
and Lee broke Brett Farve's
records at Southern Miss.
"Right now I want to just
work hard this summer to
prepare for my senior year
and enjoy it."
Last season the, War-
hawks went 6-6 including a
three-over time win in Boca
Raton, Fla., against Florida
Atlantic University.
The Warhawks play in
the Sun Belt Conference
and are coached by Char-
lie Weatherbie, who will be
entering his sixth season as
coach.
Wetherbie guided the
Warhawks to five wins in
their last six games includ-
ing a 21-14 win in Tuscalosa,
Ala, over the Crimson Tide.
With Munoz and Giles
already in the Warhawks
nest, there is one other Pa-


triot who could be expected
to join the fold and that is
Ryan Hanks who visited
the same day and was also
offered a football scholar-
ship.
For Munoz the success
he has enjoyed, as the Pa-
triots signal caller is some-
thing he doesn't feel is just
because of him.
"It is real easy to get a lot
of attention when you are
the quarterback," said Mu-
noz. "The guys on the field
do a lot of the little things
that they don't get the atten-
tion for.
"A lot of the credit goes
to my front line, scout team
and the rest of the guys on
the team as well."
For Munoz he admitted
his focus is very simple,
keep God first, which is
something he has followed
since playing quarterback
back in the fourth grade.
"He gave me the ability
to play football and he can
take it away.


Bill Gamblin I Press Gazette
Drew Kennedy leads the way as he is the overall winner
of the Freedom 5K Run in Jay on Friday, July 4. Drew
Kennedy edged his twin brother Dusty for the win.



Kennedy and


Raney survive


rain in Jay 5K


By BILL GAMBLING
sports@srpressgazette.com

JAY The rain couldn't
dampen the excitement for Fri-
day's Freedom 5K.
As runners prepared for
their trek a rain shower cooled
the course off, but it couldn't
cool off the Drew and Dusty
Kennedy who finished first and
second overall.
The Jay High School senior
cross country team members
took control of the lead and
pushed each other ahead of ev-
eryone else in a one-two finish
with Drew taking the top spot.
"We had to start off kind
of easy since we are not in that
good of shape right now," said
Drew.
Both runners admitted the
recent conditioning for the up
coming cross county season
did help them.
"The last couple of days
helped us," said Dusty. "Up
until we started training for the
upcoming season we had only
been on long runs."
Despite the wet roads the
only major problems the twins
encountered was their hair.
"It was slippery in some
spots," said Dusty. "And I felt it
out there a couple of times.
"But the most annoying
factor was it being wet was our
hair."
Drew crossed the finish line
first in a time of 19:17, while
Dusty crossed the line at 19:18.
"It was big to have a win
heading into the cross country
season," said Drew. "I think it
will give us some momentum


Shirley Raney won the wom-
en's division of the Freedom
5K Run in Jay Friday.


heading into the cross country
season since this is the first win
either one of us have recorded.
"And it is our first one-two
finish."
As far as the Royals boys'
varsity cross-country squad,
both hope to repeat and im-
prove on the teams' success.
"Our goal this year is to
make state again," said Dusty.
"But at the same time finish in
the top 10 overall team wise."
Shirley Raney took the
women's title as she crossed
the finish line in 25 minutes
and change.
For Raney, who didn't start
running until she was 28, this
marked her first ever road race
win.
"It was a nice run for me,"
said Raney. "It was a nice cool
drizzle out there and I enjoyed
the run.
"Today I just ran a nice
steady pace."


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Hunter Kelso, 2, can't wait for the chance to ride his own motorcycle even though he can't seem to
reach all of the control right now. Here are some other sights from the seventh annual Firecracker
Bike Show and Freedom Car Show.



Firecracker Bike Show



& Freedom Car Show


Photos by Bill Gamblin

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Page B2 | Santa Rosa's Press Gazette


Sports


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Become a member



of the Dove Club


By Tony Young

To me, the best part about
hunting is not harvesting
game but spending qual-
ity time in the outdoors with
good friends and family.
One of the best ways to
do just that is through dove
hunting. And, with that in
mind, it's easy to see why
great dove hunts are in such
high demand but often diffi-
cult to find.
That's why the FWC cre-
ated its Special-Opportunity
Dove Club Program to offer
hunters the chance of experi-
encing exceptional dove hunt-
ing on the state's best public
dove fields.
Dove Club permits allow
one adult and one youth (un-
der age 16) to hunt all sched-
uled dates for the dove field
of their choice. Permits cost
only $150 and enable both
hunters to each take a daily
bag limit of birds. There are
a total of eight hunts on all but
one (Caravelle Ranch) of the
selected dove fields, and all
hunts are half-day and take
place on Saturdays, starting
Oct. 4 and ending Jan. 10.
There are seven special-
opportunity dove fields scat-
tered throughout the state,
from as far west as Holmes
County in the Panhandle to as
far south as Miami.
One of the fields is on Fus-
sell Farm Public Small-Game
Hunting Area (PSGHA) in
Polk County. There are 13
Dove Club permits available
for the 40-acre field. Another
field is on Allapattah Flats
PSGHA in Martin County.
There are 25 Dove Club per-


Tony Young


mits for sale to hunt on the
100 acres.
Caravelle Ranch in Put-
nam County (40 Dove Club
permits for sale) will also be
back this coming season, and
so will Frog Pond in Miami-
Dade County (38 Dove Club
permits for sale).
The three remaining fields
are new, and they are: Brown
Farm PSGHA in Holmes
County (13 Dove Club per-
mits for sale), Combs Farm
PSGHA in Baker County (10
Dove Club permits for sale)
and North Newberry PSGHA
in Alachua County (18 Dove
Club permits for sale).
Last year, 1,077 hunters
participated in special-oppor-
tunity dove hunts, and a total
of 2,206 birds were harvested
for an average harvest of a
little more than two birds per
hunter.
Frog Pond Dove Field,
on the southern-most end of
the Florida peninsula, really
produced last season. Nearly
600 doves were taken from
there last year. On Allapattah


Flats Dove Field, east of Lake
Okeechobee, participants
experienced an average take
of 2.6 birds per hunter per
day. In the central part of the
state, hunters at Fussell Farm
enjoyed a nearly 2-birds-per-
hunter average on each hunt.
Dove Club permits went
on sale July 1, and hunters
can purchase these season
passes at any county tax col-
lector's office, license agent,
online at MyFWC.com/dove
or by calling toll-free 1-888-
HUNT-FLORIDA. They're
sold first-come, first-served,
and the best fields go quickly,
so you better get a move on.
The last day to buy season
permits, if they're still avail-
able, is Sept. 9.
Brochures on each of these
areas are available at regional
FWC offices and online at
MyFWC.com/dove. Also at
that Web address, beginning
in late September, hunters will
be able to find the most up-
to-date information on these
seven special-opportunity
dove fields, as well as Flori-
da's other public dove fields.
The Web site is updated ev-
ery Thursday throughout the
dove season, and informa-
tion includes dove densities,
previous weeks' harvests and
field conditions.
So if you'd like to join the
FWC's Dove Club, you need
to do it in July. Here's wish-
ing you all luck in drawing
the field of your dreams.
Remember to introduce
someone new to hunting
when you can. As always,
have fun, hunt safely and
ethically, and we'll see you in
the woods!


Sports Authority Meeting:
The City of Milton Sports
Authority is scheduled to
meet at 6 p.m. July 10 in the
Gracey Room of the Milton
Community Center located
on Byrom Street.

***

PARA football registra-
tions: PARA will hold sign-
ups for the upcoming foot-
ball season on July 10 and
July 26 at the Santa Rosa
SportsPlex Boardroom. You
can register your child from
6 p.m. to 7 p.m. on July 10
and registrations will be
held from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.
on July 26.
For more information,
visit them on the internet at
www.parayouthsports.com.

***

Santa Rosa Kids House Golf
Classic and Auction: Milton
grad and current N.Y. Gi-
ants kicker Lawrence Tynes
is hosting a golf tourna-
ment 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 put-
ting 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 Auc-
tion and BBQ will follow.
Cost per individual play-
er is $125 and tickets for the
BBQ and auction are $25
each.
For more information on
participating or to sponsor
the tournament call 623-
1112, ext. 102.

***

Blackwater Saddle Club:
The Blackwater Saddle
Club will hold their month-
ly speed show July 12 at the
East Milton Recreational
Park Arena. Sign-ups start
at 2 p.m. with the show get-
ting underway at 3 p.m.
Six different classes will
participate in pole bending,
Texas barrel weave, Black-
water "T", barrel race, and
arena race.
The public is invited to
attend and you must have
your own horse to run
events.
For more information,
visit blackwatersaddleclub.
com

S..

East Milton Rummage Sale:
East Milton Youth Associa-
tion will hold a rummage
sale Saturday July 12 from
8 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the ball
park.
EMYA is currently ac-
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PJC Tennis Camp: Tennis
Camps at PJC will be July
14 to July 18 at the Milton
campus.
Children can partici-
pate 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.


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Milton Junior Panther
Soccer Camp: Milton High
School will hold a Junior
Panther Soccer Camp July
14 through July 17. The
camp will run from 8:30
a.m. till 11:30 a.m. at the
high school and the cost to
register is $60 per camper
and $65 the day the camp
starts.
Campers will get a T-
shirt and lunch will be
provided. For more infor-
mation, call 983-5600 or e-
mail klugj@mail.santarosa.
kl2.fl.us.

***00

Pensacola Junior College
will be holding kids athletic
camps:
PJC Volleyball Camp for
Girls is 8:30 a.m. to noon
July 14-17 at the PJC Mil-
ton campus. Cost is $85 per
camper and includes a camp
T-shirt, notebook and DVD
of campers doing drills. For
more information, contact
Coach Pete Pena at 484-
1344, ppena@pjc.edu.
Championship Softball
Camp, for girls ages 7 to
girls entering 12th grade, is
8:30 a.m. to noon July 21-
24 at the PJC Softball Com-
plex on the Milton campus.
Cost is $80 per camper and
includes a camp T-shirt.
Campers must bring their
own gloves. For more in-
formation, contact Coach
Brenda Pena at 484-1332,
bpena@pjc.edu.
To register, contact the
individual coaches or call
484-1304.

***00

Milton Basketball Camp:
Registrations are being ac-
cepted for the Milton Pan-
ther Basketball Camp. The
camp will be July 21 to July
25 from 3 p.m. to 6:45 p.m.
for boys and girls ages 6 to
15. The Championship level
of the camp is $70 and the
All-Star level is $60. All
campers will get a T-shirt,
instruction, games, and an
ice cream party.
For more information
call Milton High School at
983-5600.

***

Co-ed Softball Tourney:
The City of Milton will
host a co-ed softball tour-
nament July 26 at the Mil-
ton ballparks on Byrom St.
All teams interested in par-
ticipating must submit the
registration form and $150
fee by July 23. Forms can
be found at the community
center or will be e-mailed
upon request.
The tournament schedule
will be announced based on
the number of teams regis-
tering.
For a complete list of
rules or for more informa-
tion, call 983-5466, ext.
202.

***

Futbol Club of Santa Rosa
Summer Camp: Futbol Club of
Santa Rosa Soccer Summer
Camp Director of Coaching


Louie Sahin will be hold-
ing two summer camp ses-
sions. The dates are: July
28 through 31 session, U8-
12 from 8 a.m. to 10:30 a.m.
and U13-U18 from 5:30
p.m. to 8 p.m.
The cost of the sessions is
$100.00, registration forms
and further information are
available at the FCSR office
and www.fcsantarosa.com.

***

Milton Take Down Club:
Youth wrestling instruction
is being held every Mon-
day and Thursday at Milton
High School from 6 p.m. to
7:30 p.m. under the direc-
tion of four-time national
champion Rob Hazewinkle.
Hazewinkle compiled a re-
cord of 125-19 for his ca-
reer. For more information,
call 450-2434 or e-mail
pantherwrestling@mchsi.
com

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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 Monday
through Friday from noon
to 8 p.m. at the Milton
Community Center.
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.

***

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 in-
struction, 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.

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Open mat wrestling: Any
individual who would like
to take advantage of an
open mat for wrestling can
do so at Milton High School
every Tuesday from 6 p.m.
to 7:30 p.m. You must have
an AAU or USA wrestling
card.

***

Pace Library Sports Raffle:
Friends of the Pace Library
will be raffling off various
sports items to add a chil-
dren's activity room to the
Pace Library.
Some of the items you
could win include a Eli
Manning signed Giants
football, an Emmitt Smith
signed Cowboys helmet, a
Travis Fryman signed base-
ball, Boo Weekley signed
hat and picture, Haley Mill-
saps signed hat and picture,
Danny Wuerffel signed
mini-helmets, and much
more.
Ticket sales are under-
way for $10 each or six
for $50. The raffle ends
Nov. 29.
Soccer Director Needed:
The East Milton Youth As-
sociation is looking for a
qualified soccer director.
Qualified people in-
terested should inquire
at www.eastmiltonyouth-
sports.com.


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called 'Things to Do'.
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Kornerstone

KORNERSTONENews


*0 Ask the-Preacher

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

Dear Pastor Gallups, "If Christians proclaim that
NOBODY can be "saved" without Jesus, then how did
people get saved back in the Old Testament days or the
days before Jesus even came?" H.H. Pensacola
Dear H.H. The way a person has ALWAYS been given
access to salvation from the Lord has ALWAYS been the
same. People have ALWAYS been saved by FAITH and
God's GRACE.
Now, granted, before Jesus came, we did not have the
complete picture or understanding of God's grace nor did
we have the complete understanding of the OBJECT of
our faith. The whole of the Old Testament pointed, in one
way or another, to Jesus Christ and the ultimate and
complete fulfillment of God's salvation plan. Jesus
Himself said on several occasions that He was the
complete fulfillment of the Old Testament.
The words Old and New as they apply to the
"Testaments" of the Bible have confused some folks.
They do NOT mean that God had two different plans of
salvation, one old and the other "new." Rather, both
Testaments apply to the same unfolding salvation plan of
the Lord who is the same yesterday, today and forever.
The words, OLD and NEW more accurately can be
presented as "chapters" or "stages" of a relationship or a
covenant agreement. Under the Old Testament, in order to
be saved, one had to believe in the Lord God. They had
to believe Him enough that they would desire to make
Him LORD of their life. That Lordship involved the
keeping of His commands. One was not saved by the law;
rather one kept the law BECAUSE he was saved. God
revealed Himself through His prophets, His Word and
through His miraculous interventions in life. A person
who responded in this way of faith was "saved" by God's
grace.Under the New Testament, the very same
requirements of belief are present. Only now, we know the
Person of God and the Name of God in Jesus! We also
have observed, first hand, His grace and sacrifice for our
sin in the atoning death of Jesus on the cross and His shed
blood. I hope this has helped you, H.H. and please
remember, "Salvation is found in no one else, for there is
no other name, under heaven, given to men by which we
must be saved." Acts 4:12

Carl Gallups is the Pastor of Hickory HammockBaptist 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


Immanuel Baptist
Church news
Immanuel Baptist
Church would like to in-
troduce Anne Johnston,
our new Children's Minis-
tries Director, to our comi-
munity.
Anne has been a mem-
ber of our church for sev-
eral years. She has worked
with our children most
.of the time she has been
a member. We just com-
pleted a most rewarding
VBS under her direction
having averaged over 300
on campus during the five-


day school. She has now
become our first Chil-
dren's Ministries direc-
tor. The directors, teach-
ers and workers who have
been serving in AWANAS,
sunday school, disciple-
ship training, Girl's In Ac-
tion, Royal Ambassadors,
vacation bible school,
children's choirs, camps,
field trips and children's
library summer read-
ing will now serve under
Anne's direction. These
people will continue to
serve as they have, but will
have a "go to" person to
assist them with resources,


supplies, calendaring and
training.
Although our church
has always given atten-
tion to our children, this
position will enhance
our ministry to a degree 4
we have never experience
before. We are looking
forward to having more
children attending and
doing a better job in as-
sisting their parents rear
them in spiritual matters.
We would encourage you
to bring your children to
our church for any of the
programs and ministries
listed above.


Feast Day
St. Ann will celebrate
feast day on July 27 with
Mass at 11 a.m. followed by
a potluck. We will provide
the fried chicken, drinks and
fun! Bring your favorite side
dish to share.

OLOA Feast Day will
be on Aug. 15 at 6 p.m. The
mass will be celebrated by
Bishop Ricard. The Bishop
will declare the Year of St.
Paul. We will be celebrat-
ing 450 years since de Luna
first landed here. There will
be a reception after the mass.
And good will donations will
be appreciated.

Vacation Bible School
The fun begins on July
28 and ends on Aug. 1. Va-
cation Bible School offers
K-5th graders a Rainforest
Adventure from 9 a.m. to
noon. The cost is $40. Vol-
unteers are needed. VBS
is free for volunteer's chil-
dren. For more information,
please contact, Shannon at
932-2859 ext. 234 or Shan-
non@stanngulfbreeze.org.
Start thinking about a trip
out West.

We are planning a trip
to Klagetoh, Ariz., to visit
the Navajo, at St. Ann Mis-
sion. The dates are: Aug. 28
through Sept. 4. If you would
like more information, please
call Chuck or Cathy Porter at
934-3455.
July 7-12 high school
Covecrest
July 14-19 middle school


Covecrest
July 25 middle school
Big Kahuna's Water Park trip
$32 includes food
July 26 Stuff the Bus
community wide Social Jus-
tice Day, 8 a.m.-5p.m.


Mark your Calendars
Father Pathe will pres-
ent two presentations in
July. The first presentation
on July 16 is Talk on Time:
Spirituality requires practi-
cal judgments. On July 23,
the second meeting, "One
great way of using your time:
Reading Scripture at Home"
will be presented: The ses-
sions will meet in the parish
hall at 6:30 p.m. Dessert will
be served and babysitting
provided.

Softball games are
planned to play on Monday
or Tuesday nights at the Gulf
Breeze recreational center.
Please contact Tom Baltz at
934-6558 or for the youth
team ages 15 and up contact
John Barberi at 932-4215 for
more information.

Softball Schedule
July 14- 6:15 p.m. vs. Pen-
sacola Beach
Community Church
7:45 p.m. vs. Concord
Presbyterian
July 21 7:45 p.m. vs. Gulf
Breeze Presbyterian
July 22 6:15 p.m. vs. Gulf
Breeze Methodist
July 29 6:15 p.m. vs. Cal-
vary Chapel
7:45 p.m. vs. Good Shepa-
rd Lutheran


Amber L. Weil
joins Army
Amber L. Weil has joined
the United States Army under
the Delayed Entry Program.
Weil reported to Fort Leonard
Wood, Waynesville, Mo., for
basic training recently.
She is the daughter of Jerry
and Carrie Herrera of Milton.

Airman Stephanie
L. Santos
Air Force Airman Stepha-
nie L. Santos
has graduated
from basic
military train-
ing at Lack-
land Air Force -.
Base, San An-
tonio, Texas.
Santos
earned dis- Stepanie
tinction as an Santos'
honor gradu-
ate.
She is the daughter of Di-
ane Lacey of Navarre.
The airman is a 2004
graduate of Navarre High
School.

Airman 1st Class
Dominique Edwards
Air Force Airman 1st
Class Do-
minique M. s
Edwards has
graduated
from basic
military train-
ing at Lack-
land Air Force
Base, San An- Dominique
tonio, Texas. )m
SHe is the Edwards


son of Della Edwards of .
Jacksonville ahd grandson of
Linda Davis of Navarre.
Edwards is a 2007 gradu-
ate of Terry Parker High,
School, Jacksonville.

William J. Michel
joins Army
William J. Michel has
joined the United States
Army under the Delayed:
Entry Program.
Michel, a 20,01 graduate
of a high school program at
Santa ,Rosa County Adult
High School, reported. to
Fort Jackson, Columbia, SC,
for basic training recently.
He is the son of William.
and Linda Michel of Mil-'
ton. '

Navy Seaman
Michael L. Hart
Navy Seaman Michael
L. Hart, son of Amy C. An-
ders of Pensacola and David
L. Hart of Milton, recently:
completed U.S. Navy basic
training at Recruit Training
Command, Great Lakes, IL.
Hart is a 2006 graduate of
Pensacola High School.

Navy Seaman Adam
W. Sowell
Navy Seaman Adam W.
Sowell, son of Judy L. Mer-:
ritt of Cantonment and Scott
A. Sowell of Pace, recently -
completed U.S. Navy basic:
training at Recruit Training
Command, Great Lakes, Ill.
Sowell is a 2003 graduate
of Woodham High School of
Pensacola. '


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The Man From
Aldersgate
Westminster Presbyteri-
an Church, located at 6659
Park Avenue, in Milton
will be hosting "The Man
From Aldersgate" with BJ
Johnston. You will experi-
ence the life and times of
John Wesley, (played by
BJ Johnston), the man who
rode over 250,000 miles
to bring spiritual renewal
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This drama is written by
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32571 on orbefore July'26 Florid Bar N. 494992 any persons other than thep-
2008, ad file the orivlnal wvith FLaorfidaeBarNa. 4949952 licoat, and other than those en-
the clerk of this Cour-atClerk Law ofice of J. Mark Fisher, PA This intent to issue a ermi File lied to written notice under sec
of Courts Atn: Famil Law PO 148 Miracle Strip Parkway SE No. 570271968-001-DF) to tion 120.60 3 of the Florida
Box 472 Milton, FPlo 2572 be. Ste 2 Meredith Plunkett, 5595 Stew Statutes, must be filed with 21
fore service on Petitioner or im- Fort Walton Beach, Florida art Avenue, Cincinnati, Ohio days of publication of the notice
mediately thereafter. 32548 45227, to impact 0.084 acres or within 21 days of such no-
fail to d so, a efau Telephone 1850) 244-8989 of DEP wetlands for the con- lice, regardless of the dole of
may be entered against struction of a pile supported sin- publication.
you for the relief de- Personal Representative: gle family residence, pile s Under section 120 633 of the
minded in the petition. /s/ Alexander N. Fulfer ported driveway, and aerobic Under section 120.63(3) of the
Alexander N. Fulfer septic system and an elevated Florida Statues, however, any
Copies of all court docu- 5907 Moss Nlne boardwalk with an associated person who has asked the De-
ments in this case, n- Pensacola, Florida 32505 onside conservation easement, -partment for notice of agency
C Ildin ord rv il s action may file a petition within
blea3^heC eilco~tsieCr"- 070208 hereby granted unless a suffi- 21 days of such notice regard-
cuit Court's office. You 070908 ient petition for an administra less of the date of publication.
may review these docu- 7/726 tive hearing is timely filed under T i sa mi a
merits upon request. sections 1 0.569 and 120.57 The petitioner shall mail a copy
at the Florida Statutes as pro- of the petition to the applicant
You must kee the Clerk Legal 7/740 vided below: ,atthe address indicated above
a the d ircuitcourt's ottice at the time of filing: The failure
notified of your current NOTICE TO BIDDERS The project is located on High-. of any person to File a petition
address. (You may file HOUSING RECONSTRUC- o just east of Safronia for an administrative hearing or
Notice of Current Address, TION Shores Rood in Navarre, on un- pursue mediation as provided
Florida Supreme Court A p- named wetlands, Class III Wa- below within the appropriate
rved Family Law Form The Board of County Commis. terms of the State, Section 6, time period shall constitute a
2.9 ) Future papers in sioners of Santa Rosa County Township 02-South, Ran e waiver of those rights.
this lawsuit will be mailed Florida will receive bids from 26-West Latitude N 30 2T6
to ithe address on record qualified licensed contractors 26.43"/ Longitude W 86' 53' A petition that disputes the mo-
at the clerk's office. fr the demolition and recon. 27.3", Santa-oso County. terinl facts on which the Depart-
struction of the residence at meant's action is based must con-
WARNING: Rule 12.2u5, 1823 Lubbock Road, Gulf The procedures for i,:.i..-...-, tain the following information:
Florida Family Laow Rues Breeze, FL 32563. for a hearing are ;' i:.ii. t- a
of Procedure,/requires cer- low. (a) The name and address of
tain automatic disclosure This work includes the demoli- i n-ech a a ffe cted and each
of documents and info- lion of the existing structure and A person whose substantial in agency s ie or identification
motion. Failure to compy the reconstruction of a terests are affected by the De- number, if known
can result in sanctions, single-family residence in ac- apartment's action may petition (bi The name, address, and tele-
cluding dismissal or strik- cordance with the Hurricane or on administrative proceed. hone number of the petitioner
ing of pleadings. Housing g Recovery Program nre- oin ring undersea tions Fhen name, address and tele-
construction policies and proce- 120.569and 120.57 of the phone number of the petition-
Dated: June 25, 2008 dures along with plans and Florida Statues. The petition e r s
specifications must contain the information set representative, if any, which
CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT forth below and must be filed shall be the address for service
COURT All bids must be original and received by the clerk) in the Of- purposes during the course of
CIRCUIT COURT SEAL delivered by hand Fed EX or I ce of General Counsel of the the proceeding; and an expla-
By: Ken Johnson mail to the Santa fosa Coniunty Department at 3900 Common- nation of how the petitioners
Deputy Clerk Procurement Departmen at wealth Boulevard, Mail Station substantial interests are or will
6495 Caroline Street Suite G 35 Tallahassee, Florida be affected by the agency de-
070208 Milton, Florida 32370- ,nd 32399.3000. termination;
070908 must be received by 1S:ob a a. ham. ) ri .statement of when and
071608 local lime on Tuesday, Aul Because the administrative ow the petitioner received no-
072308 12 2008, at which time Bids h e a r lice of the agency decision;
7/72 wil be publicly opened and ing process is designed to rede. d A stoemen of al disputed
read aloud Bids are to be termine final agency action on issues of material fact. If there
sealed and clearly ldbeled the application, the filing of a are none, the petition must so in
"BID 1823 Lubbock edition for an administrative dictate;
Legal 7/726 Road." Bids received after he Learing may result in a modifi- e) A concise statement of theul.-
time set for the bid opening will cation of the permit and lease, mate facts alleged, including
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT be reacted and returned Ino- or even a denial of the applica' he specific facts that the peir
FOR SANTA ROSA opened to the bidder. All inter- tion. Accordsinly, the applicant toner contends warrant rever-
COUNTY FLORNIDA PRO-t parties are invited to at is advised no to commence modificationof the agency's
BATE DIVJISION tend, construction or other .Ii.., or modification of the agency'sy
File No. 57-008-CP-96 under this permit / -- proposed action; and
Division Probate Questions concerning this irol. the deadlines below for filing a f0 A statement of the specific
ect should be directed to onn petition for an administrative rules or statues that the peti-
IN RE: ESTATE OF Barnes lof the Sant a Rosa hearing, or request for an extend. tioner contends require reversal
EILEEN BAILEY MEDLIN County Building inspections s&- sion oatime have expired. or modification of the agency's
a/k/a EILEEN MARY MEDLIN apartment at (8 O) 981 700. Under rule 621101064 of Astent of the reef
Deceased. Project documents, including the Florida administrative sought by the petitioner, stating
drawings and specificatiinisscc a d e precisely the action that the peti-
NOTICE TO CREDITORS may be viewed a the Sant a person wase sbstant o tne e ean spro
Rosa County Procurement On- teresis are affected by the Dn- with respc to the agency's pro-
The administration of the estate artment at 6495 Caroline apartment's action may also re- posed action.
of Eileen Bailey Medlin de- reel, Milton; or the Santa Roa quest an extension oft ime to file

ceased, whose date of eath County Plannin and Zi a petition for an administrative A petition that does not dispute
was December 28 2007 is Department, 60 1 Old Ba da hearingn. The Department may, the material facts an which the
p en~dning in the Ciiciit Court for Highway, Milton, Florida Plrins for good cause shown, gradn Department's action is based
cmbi County, FloridaEPro- and speciicions maybe sn- the request for an extension of shall state that no such facts are

bate Division the address f cured tram he Sra a Rosao time. e quests for etensimelyan of in dispute and o therwise shall
which is PO B 333, Pens County Procurment Department time must be field with the Ofcontain the sme information as
cola, Florida 32591 0333. The a t ri non refundable cost$10 fice of General Counsel of the set forth above as required by
names and addresses of the per set. Department at 3900 Common rule 28106 3i. Under sec.
personal representative and the wealth Boulevard, Mail Station lions 120.569(2)(c)1 and bi. oa



nTrTH NDna te'sttorE Ae MANDATORY 7 Pr-bid/cn 5 al as e ulor 5 the Florida Statues, a preti ion
EA t I eren cewi e on July 30 99-30 before the ppti for administrative hearing must
O2Y2008aE1O0c M IS local ie'lOAble dea.line. A timel be d dismissed by the agency ifd
All creditors of the decedent at 1a23 Lvbbock Road, Gult r e q uufie set the petition does not substan-





id other pIe 3ron hing claims Breeze, FL 32563. All interior Iextension of timab le toll tally comly with the above re
a de n gaint decedent's ted parties are invited tatthe running t aim e period for iling qirment or is untimely filed.
esat On whom copy of this tend a petition until the request he r R f te
notice is required to be served acted upon. If10 request is filed This action is final and effective
must file their claims with,.this The Board of County Commis-nlatevthe prtment ma still on the date filed with the Clerk
court WITHIN THE LATER OF 3 sioners reserves the right to t'it upon awmoionlby ,t e ri-.tthe Department unless a peti-
MONTHS AFTER THE TIME OF waive informalities in bidstoqu p y sh ig ha t thetion n is filed in accordance with




THE FIRST PUBLICATION OFreect any or all bids wit or i flea request or an e ot e l
THIS NOTICE OR 30 DAYS AF- without cause, and to accept e n of me before the ing of petition this oarderwl'not
TEE THE DATE OF SERVICE OF the hid that in its judgent is in deadIne was the reult of e- effective until further order of
A COPY OF THIS NOTICE ON the best interest of aRosacusrable neglect. the Department.
THEM.County, Florida.In the event that a timely and This permit constitu.teson order
All creditors of the decedent Santo Rosa County does not dins- efficient petition for as odmin- of the Deportment. The appli-
and other persons having claims criminate on the basis of raceIi ie, other cost has the righi to seek judi-
or demandsaga intdcet' color, notional oigin seu, reli. trative hearingisfldote cial review of 1lre order under
estate must fil their claims with aPionageorhndicppednaprosehseubttilne- section 120.68 of the Florida
this court WITHIN 3 MONTHS employment or pravisior ests will be affected by the ou r Statues, by the fitnf a no
AFTER THE DATE OF THE FIRST of service, come of the administrative proc- of apeal under le 9.110 of
PUBLICATION OF THIS NO- ess rave the right to petition to the Florida Rules of A pellate
TICE. By order of the Board of County intervene in the proceeding. In. Procedure with the Cler~ of the
Commissioners of Santa Rosa tervenlitn will be only at the din. Department in the Office at
ALL CLAIMS NOT FILED County, Florida. cretin of the, reiing officer General Covesel, 3900 Cam-
WITHIN THE TIME PERIODS upon the filing of a motion 'In monwealth Boulevard, MailiSta-
SET FORTH IN SECJ'ION 070908 compliance with rule lion 35 Tallahassee, Florida
733.702 OF THE FILORIDA 070908 28-106.205 of the Florida Ad- 32399-1000; and by filing a
PROBATE CODE WILL BE FOR- 7/740 ministrative Code. co py of the not ice of appea ac-
EVER BARRED. I codne wt ue companies by the applicable
Inaccordane wth rles f___I
'NOTWITHSTANDING THE Legal 7741g fees with the appropriate
TIME PERIODS SET FORTH districts court of appeal. The no.
ABOVE ANY CLAIM FILED PUBLIC SALE tice of appeal must be tiled
TWO(JYERS R OREAF within 30 days from the date
TEO TH ECDNTSDTEMSYLAEARSSOREMORENAF A ou aui.e when the final order is filed with
TEOF x DE CEDENT'SAR DATE PROPERTY WILL BE SOLD TO AL the Clerk of the Deportment.
OF EAT ISBARED. SATISFY RENT LIEN ON July .AffLorfAt lule Requests for review before the
29, 2008 AT 11:00 AM. UNI A Land and water Adju~dicatory
WILLBE SOWN USTPRIG' op ani Commission must be field with
TOLLBIDDIONG. JEURSE RVI& ,Aop;Re the Secretary of. the
L9I~r~~I~h~UTHE RIGHT TO REFUSE ANY 'Comm iniss ioan
BIOS. UNITS LISTED AS P01 and served an the De atmeat
LOWS: ,- within 20 days 'from Ihae date
livi 007 Thres Go~zalz ~when the final order is filed with
-4.0 Unit 007 Thres Gonale: R he Cerkof te Dpartent


5 Jtl< S1. /\lltllsti il. Cabinet, Bar Stools, Boxes.
nm li>rect Misc
\ l>..-lir 070908
-.13. .*.... 071608
-13-1 um ZLL41I


4UIP
"ATTENTION"
NEW NAIL SALON
IN TOWN
NATALIE'S NAILS
Formally at M Nails II.
Now loca ed at
5442 Dogwood Dr.
In Winn Dixie Plaza.
Next to Main Moon
(850) 623-4033
BEAUTY SHOP
In Bagdad.
30 years experience.
Caters to senior citizens.
Affordable prices.
623-84 5



Commercial/
Residential Milton,
Pace, Bagdlad area. Free
Estimates. Call Gail at
850-485-8699 or
850-564-4278

Dependable
Housekeeper
Seeking
additional clients.
Over 15 years
of experience
References available
upon request
Call: 994-6236


TYPING AND
WORD PROCESSING
RESUMES, COLLEGE
PAPERS, ETC.
Professional Services
(850)981-1345




STORM RECOVERY
WORK
Windows, floors, pool
decks, painting, roof
patched, grass cutting.
You name it, if I can
do it, I will. Mobile
home cool decks.
Call Frank 346-4789





Coker's Lawn &
Tractor Service
From trimming to tractor
work. Clean-ups, raking,
hauling, mowing,
bushhoggmg dirt work.
Reasonable rates,
free estimates.
850)623-0493
(850)485-7977
Licensed & Insured.


~ i
to suns uw uaoyv it is to
tak t us hoin iuwith uo


CUT-RITE
LAWN CARE
*Mowing *Edgngi
*TrimmingC Raiing
*General Clean up.
NEW CLIENT
DISCOUNT
No job too small.
Terry Auchincloss
390-2476 or 994-4693

PERFECTION LAWN
CARE SERVICES
SPRING & FALL
CLEANUP
Mowing, Trimming,
Edging, Raking.
Free Estimates.
License#9840042605
Martin Correll
626-0383/554-2248





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


The application is available fpr
public inspection during normal
business hours, 8:00 a.m. fo
5:00 p.m., Monday through Fri-
day, except le gal holidays, t
Department at Environmental
Protection, 160 Governmental
Center, Pensacola, Florida
32502-5794.
070908
070908
7/742





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Notice
Freedom Communica-
tions, Inc. Ldba Santa
Rosa s Press Gazette and
the Santa Rosa Free
Press) reserves the right
to censor, reclassify, re-
vise, edit or reject any
advertisement not meet-
ing its standards of ac-
ceptance. Submission of
advertisement does not
constitute an agreement
to publish said adver-
tisement. Publication of
an advertisement does
not constitute an agre-
ment for continued publi-
cation.




AA
We Deliver & Install
Centipede
St. Augustine
Bermuda
Bailed Pine Straw
Call lus first save Time
Call us ast Sae Money
Hwy 87 So. -Milton
626-85781
I~~- Itor


HOT JOBS


NOW!

MEDICAL ASSISTANT

Pediatric office seeks a caring
person with excellent communica-
tion skills. Job includes obtaining
medical history, vital signs and
administering vaccines. Full Time
position. Experience preferred.
Please fax resume to
(850) 983-0970 or mail to
5962 Berryhill Rd.
Milton FL 32570


BUSINESS SERVICES


PERFECTION LAWN
CARE SERVICES
SPRING & FALL CLEANUP
Mowing, Trimming,
Edging, Raking.
Free Estimates.
License #9840042605

Martin Correll
626-0383/554-2248







Tree & Stumrp Removal
Debris Removal & Siorm Clean-Up
Bush Hogging & Discing Dirm Work
Demolition & Hauling
Larid Clearing & Backrc-e Work

516-1801 or 675-4291

Owner
PALIL STEWART








Buildings / Garages


All Steel Construction
F F I-tiii z TmCEIu Trr i,
""rS4 i OFFICE -


Cell: 850-206-4008
Financing Available


To Advertise in

The Business & Services

Director y

Please call

623-2120


i-iSS j1.9S"I
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Wednesday, July 9, 2008



1120 | 319 zoo410
"AlTENTION" WANTED PART TIME
NEWNAISALON 9 inch color TV. Old roofing tin. Will pick GARDENER k
NEW NAIL SALON Work 20 hours weekly
IN TOWN 100. 623-9112 up. 983-8042 taking care of Roses and
NATALIE'S NAILS _______--- flower beds at house in
Formally at M Nails II.--- Pace. Work can be
Now locked at scheduled mornings or
5442 Dogwood Dr. ______ afternoons. V$9.0per
In Winn Dixie Plaza. UiL*, hour. Experience not nec-
Next to Main Moon ressary for someone will-
(850) 623-4033 3220 Ving to work and learn.
------, Call 995-9915 or cell
Queen Bed co e723s-0542
perfect condition. 225;
ur--odi Fulton 3 rent I n.^M^ Sales/Business Dev


"I-- "1".. -1 -F... EMPLOYMENT
1160 positions, steel frame I _
perfect condition. $60 4100 Help Wanted
MISSING 626-7370 4110 Restaurants/Clubs
Small, sable and white 4120 Sales
Sheltie. About 25 Ibs 4130 Employment
looks like Lassie. Named J Information
Rascal. If you see him,
029-0659 6203 9
hiss m bestofriend1 3230 41004|0
pleasehel if you find
hi.He help me stay fit njr C-IJ
because we p ball HUGE SALE Bldg Const/Skilled Trade
b-Lu i i it ii- MILTONi


Project Manager
Needed for General
Contractor covering parts
of Okaloosa, Santa Rosa,
and Walton Counties. Ex-
cellent organization,
communication. Experi-
enced only apply. Fax re-
sume to 450940061
WEB ID #27814506

Driver Trainees
Needed. No CDL?
No Problems Earn up
to $900/wk. Home
weekends with TMC.
Company endorsed
CDL Training.
1-866-280-5309

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

LIVE-IN OR SITTER
for elderly lady.
Non-smoking environ-
ment. Background check.
Call 712-1207 after
6pm, Monday thru Friday
and any time on week-
ends.

MEDICAL ASSISTANT
Pediatric office sedks a
caring person with excel
lent communication skills.
Job includes obtaining
medical history, vital
signs and administering
vaccines. Full Time posi-
tion. Experience pre-
ferred. Please fax resume
to (850)983-0970 or
mail to: 5962 Berryhill
Rd., Milton, FL 32570


WTI


TRANSPORT
BUILT OH FAMILY VALUES

OWNER OPERATORS;
* Top Percentage Pay
+ FSC
No Forced Dispatch
* Health Insurance
Available

1 YrOTR wl3 Months
Flatbed


about I U to IZ t io1 mes a IsI aN
day. Harvest Point Subdivision
Saturday-July 12th


1170
FOUND
Red lab mixed male. Ap-
prox. 15 months old plus.
623-0558, leave mes-
sage, if no answer.








PETS &AANIMRILS
2100 -Pets
2110-Pets: Free to
Good Home
1120- Pet Supplies
2130 Farm Animals/
Supplies
2140 Petq/Livestock
Wanted
2'150 Pet Memorials


7am-2pm
Multi Family/Community
Yard Soles
Furniture clothing, baby
items and so much more.
Hwy. 87-2 miles south of
Whiting Field


LARGE GARAGE SALE
Jaimee's Ridge
(across from Sonic)
Lemoyne Vista.
Wood Work, Inc.
Clocks, lar e mens
clothes, dishes,
lots of misc.
Fri.-Sat.
7am until 12


MASSIVE
MOVING SALE
Whi ering Pines Lane
in ilon ocated off
Anderson Lane be-
tween Berryhill Road
& Willard Norris)
Look for sins.


Friday-Saturday
July 11lth-2th
Antiques, furniture,
'0 household items galreoi
women plus size
S3/4 Yorkshire shoes, jewelry book
terrier 1/4 TOOMUCfoLIS
puppies
2 males & 1 female, 8
wks old, 1st/2 sets of Milton
shots. $300 Milton
850-217-2577 HUGE MULTI
FAMILY YARD


PET LOVERS
PET PORTRAITS
Paintings from photos.
Acrylic, pastels.
Do cats, horses, etc.
t 40)/48-6302

TOP QUALITY reais-
tered Tennessee Walk ing
horses for sale. Excellent
blood lines. Good dispo-
sition. (850)675-5954

* * *
2110
Beautiful, friendly,
dark, male Tabby itty.
Homeless needs a
'od loving family.

fREE TO
GOOD HOME
1 year old, black and
silver female Schnauzer.
626-1077

Short hair English
Setter. Male, 2 years
old. Free to qood home.
Please call 675-0171 for
-more information.



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MERCHANDISE
3100 Antiques
3110 Appliances
3120 Arts & Crafts
3130 Auctions
3140 Baby Items
3150 Building Supplies
3180 Business
Equipment
3170 Collectibles
3180 Computers
3190 Electronics
,3200 Firewood
3220- Furniture
3230- Garage/Yard Sales
3240- Guns
3250 Good Things to Eat
3260 Health & Fitness
3270 Jewelry/Clothing
3280 Machinery/
.20 Equipment
3290 Medical Equipment
,3300 Miscellaneous
,,3310 Musical Instruments
4 3320 Plants & Shrubs/
-t Supplies
3330 Restaurant/Hotel
3340 Sporting Goods
3350 Tickets (Buy & Sell)


SALE
5637 Azalea Ave. Fri.,
7/11 & Sat., 7/12
8am TILL: Off Pine Blos-
som Rd., Milton. 2T Girl
Clothes, Elemetnary
Teacher Supplies,


Pace
Baseball Team
Fundraiser
9 Families
Sat 7am 1pm
Furniture, clothes grills
shop equipment, K lots of
great stuff f
4880 Woodbine
Road
Take Hwy 90 to Wood-
bine Rd. lot next to
Burklow Pharmacy




3280

Carrier 2 ton
Heat Pump
Condenser
$400
Call 850-305-6739 or
850-305-8035




3300

1996 Cadillac and a
24 foot boat for sale.
$1,000. each. Call for
details. 994-8433


Cremation plot, Mem-
ory Park. (Owner relo-
cated.) Ideal location in
Honor II area. Visit ceme-
tery to see. $500.00
firm. Call 626-6840 or
450-5074.


FOR SALE
2 PLOTS Garden of
Honor II, Lot 17A Sp. 1
& 2 at Memory Park
Cemetery in Milton.
$1,750 for both. Call
Mickey (850) 918-9905.
Leave message.


* Merchandise Stockers
* Exp. Deli Workers
* Maintenance
* Cart Pushers
* Truck Unloaders
National Retailer
NOW HIRING
Baldwin, Escambia,
Santa Rosa, Okaloosa &
Walton Counties. Call:
850 432-1818
Toll Free
866 438-5226
to schedule an interview.
Dru Free Workplace
Web ID #27809311







BUSINESS & FINANCE
5100 Business
Opportunities
5110 Money to Lend


Santa Rosa's Press Gazette | Page B7


211 unfurnished du-
plex with central heat &
air. Water furnished.
Close to Whiting Field.
Rent $425, deposit
$400. 623-1120
Milton
1 BD/1 BA apartment.
Great for single adult.
Total electric. Water and
garbage pick up in-
cluded. No pets.
$390mo/$3 00dep
623-5697
(leave message)
Milton
2/1 Duplex New qppli-
ances and carpet. Cen-
tral heat & air. Wash-
er/Dryer hook-ups.
$480/month $150/dep.
$95-0954 ____
N. Milton
2 bedroom, 1 bath.
$450. month, $475.
deposit, 626-6638
Waterfront
Apartment
2 bedrooms, total electric
with Jacuzzi and built-in
BBQ pit. White stone
fireplace. (furnished or un-
furnished etc. Call
626-8973




*3/2 Home
6569 Starboard Dr.
in Milton. $850.
;Y2 Home
6n10 Cedar Ridt e Cir.
in Milton $1,00Y.


H4/1 nome
694 Kelvin Terrace I
" 'in Pensacola $1,000.
sto | Santa Rosa Realty
AVON CALLING 623-0077
GAS BILLS HURTING?
Earn extra with a com- A ilb
pony that's fully fueled. Available now:
All materials and training Clean, newly painted
included. Low cost start 1600sqft hm. Cn
up, $10. For more infor- setting in the city. CH&A,
motion call 748-1760 or washe/dryer hook-up.
390-5676 Rent $725/$725 de-
____________osit. C all:
----- 50-981-9695
'-I -. -.________________
E. Milton
( iOne bedroom, near
water. Pets ok $450.
s month $200 deposit.
626-0"4
FOR LEASE TO OWN
-_.-. 4 bedrooms, 2 bath.
REAL ESTATE FOR RENT 2500 s ft. Adams
Home $ 99,900.
6100 Business/ (850) 826-0832
Commercial-
6110 Apartments HOUSE FOR RENT
6120 Beach Rentals 2 bedrooms central heat
6130 Condo/Townhouse & air. 994-5023
6140 House Rentals
6150 Roommate Wanted Milton
160o Rooms for Rent 3/1 unfurnished
6170 Mobile Home/Lot house with den, utility
6180 Out-of-Town Rentals room and fenced back-
6180 TImeshare Rentals jard 6452 Gaynell
6200 Vacation Rentals 650 month $650 dep.
Will accept ILUD.

6100 Milton
Milt 0 onfi a 3/2 with privacy fenced
Milton Office Space yard, firepace and back
for lease deck. $900 month, $600
4-Offices, various sizes deposit. Mike 255-2550
$350 & up includes utili-
ties. 850-s554004 Milton Florida
OFFICE SPACE 3 BDR HOUSE
Office/retail space for with F/P, Pond
lease. Sm./Med. sizes annd 5 Acres
available. Reasonable
rates. Great Hi a granite counter taps,
S t Oireplace, wood floors,
Steve @ (850)341.-1952 1997sf, with barn,
_pnd andd acres. 1Oin
rN of Whiting Field
f near Berrydale. Horses
allowed. $850/mor
I7m Im0 1 view at www.yourhope
1 Bedroom unfurnished apart- inflorida .com
ment. Great for seniors. 375 2U02-46-L293 or
month plus deposit. 626-0287 850-623-2156
If no answer leave message.


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Available

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6140
Milton, FL
4br/3ba Brick
Home for Rent
Breckenridge Dr, 9 mi-
les from hitting Field.
Wodfoors
Wood Roars, fireplace,
french doors in master
and greatroom.
$ 1100/ month +
$1100 deposit. No
pets. Prefer Military.
Available July 1. Call
904-771-3991
Navarre Hidden Creek
Estates
4/5/3 Upscale
House right on
the Greens!
Enioy peace and quiet in
our luxury Executive Style
house. With a sunken liv-
ing room, screened in pa-
tio and so much more.
$2000 a month plus dd.
Pets neg for a fee. Call
(850) 259-2233 for
more info.
Navarre/Holley: Beau-
tiful 2700sf, Y3/4 br
house, all brick, many
amenities, $1500mo +
utilsPaul 301 318-1956
Off Bagdad Highway
3/1 unfurnished
house with den and utility
room. 4508 Elm Tree.
$875 month $800 dep.
Will accept U
438-166&t
Quiet and clean 2
bedroom office sun-
room, 1 1/2 bath, ch/a,
covered porch, work-
shop. 5J81 Williams St.
near MHS $745 mth.
$695 dep. 623-9902
TOWNHOME
4 bedrooms, 2V2 baths.
8440 Old Spanish Trail
Road in Pensacola.
Fenced yard, alarm new
HVAC, new carpet & tile.
Very nice. $950 month.
Cal Rodney 380-2553



Milton, Florida
Roomate
wanted for 3
BDR house
Large 3 bdr, granite cab-
inets fireplace, barn and
ond located in country.
2 rooms available for
rent. Price $250.00 per
room plus share of utili-
ties. References required.
Ph 850-686-1143 or
202-646-2932


6 S170 1
2 bed/I1 bath
Mobile Home For Rent
Garbage furnished.
550 month, $550 dep.
4-2388 or 26-3454
2 br 1 ba MH $550.
mo+dep. & ref. Section 8
accepted 850-499-7412
850-537-6222
Chumuckla
3bedrooms/1VA bath
with covered porch in
nice, quite wooded
area. otaf electric.
350 month plus deposit.
994-6212
E. Milton
3/2 doublewide on 2
acres. 20 X 20 shed.
Nice, covered back
porch. Secluded. $800
month $600 deposit.
Mike 255-2590


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6170
FEMA MOBILE
HOMES. 3/1. East
Gate Mobile Home
Ranch. 626-8973
Milton
2 bedroom mobile home
for rent. Call 983-7259
or 368-7506
Milton
2/1 furnished mobile
home for rent. All utilities
included. Non-smoking
environment. Small pets
with deposit. Background
check. Available 7/5.
$200 per week, 1st &
last $200 deposit.
62J-9112
Milton
HUD ok. 2/1 on pri-
vate fenced lot. New
hardwood floors. No
pets. $475 month, $400
deposit. Available now,
in Marlborough Village.
994-0155
N. Milton
Clean 2/1 mobile
home (or rent. Water &
garba ge included. No
ets. $450. mo. $300
dep. Call 675-6614
Off Avalon Blvd
2/BR, covered entry, all
electric, CH/A, just re-
modeled. Water & gar-
bage included.
$425/mth $300/dep.
No pets. 623-8753


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


7 100
MARY HOFFMAN


V"6
Navarre ~
2 sto7, 4 br, 2V2 ba,
2150s home on large
natural lot. 9' ceilings,
separate living & dining
rooms, eat-in kitchen. Lg.
whirlpool tub and sepa-
rate shower in master
both. Beautiful, quiet wa-
terfront neighborhood.
Priced to sel at the re-
duced price of $260K..
Call 850 261-0322, or
685-8048 leave msg.


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NEW CUSTOM HOME
Loaded w/ Executive
upgrades in upscale Pace
subdivisionlI 3/2 1531
Living Area, 2153 Under
Rooft 5082 Covington
Drive $171,90011 (850)
324-3759

NEW CUSTOM HOME
Loaded w/ Executive up-
grades in upscale Pace
subdivisionll 1 3/2 1692
Living Area 2396 Under
Roo. 5074 Covington
Drive $179,50011 (850)
324-3759

NEW CUSTOM HOME
Loaded w/ Executive up-
grades in upscale Pace
subdivisionll 3/2 1672
Living Area 2381 Under
Roof. 4747 Covenant
Circle $178,90011 (850)
324-3759


8100 Antique & Collectibles
8110 Cars
8120 Sports Utility Vehicles
8130 Trucks
8140 Vans
8150 Commercial
8160 Motorcycles
8170 Auto Parts
& Accessories
8210 Boats
8220 Personal Watereraft
8230 Sailboats
8240 Boat & Marine
Supplies
8310 Aircranft/Aviation
8320 ATV/Off Road Vehicles
8330 Campers & Trailers
8340 Motorhomes
TRAVEL TRAILER
1990011
2007 BkOOKSIDE
BY SUNNY BROOK.
Like new, excellent condi-
tionll Briefly used.
33x8 w/2 Slide Outs,
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NEW CUSTOM HOME Light All Aluminum
Loaded w/ Executive up- Frame, Fiberglass Sides,
grades in upscale Pace Extra Exterior Shower
subdivisionll 3/2 1533 (850) 324-0362
Living Area, 2165 Under
Roo 5089 Covingtonn





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Avalon Beach 2003
4 lots on Canopy St. White with grey interior
140ft x 200ft $20000 95K miles. Great condi-
Will finance,626-910 tion. Excellent carl
$6000. Please call
-240-4145


|7160

3 bedroom FEMA
MOBILE HOME FOR
SALE. Owner financing.
East Gate Mobile Home
Ranch. 626-8973


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Mercedes R350
'06 Black ext./Tan Int,
Navigation, Panorama
Sunroof Rear DVD Play-
ers, 40k Hwy miles, Exc
Int Cond. $35,500.
850-585-8000

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


8120
2003 CHEVROLET
TRAILBLAZER LS.
Excellent condition.
Must sell $11,500 obo
(850) 626-8605
or (850) 607-5060





PCS Must Sell!
Toyota Pickup '92 Great
Lite Truck, easy on gas,
4cyl ext cab, 156K mi,
a/c new timing chain
$2 00obo, 7201
318-1644 or 1850)
5152912 after 5pm.





1986 HONDA 500.
Good condition. $450.
995-4291


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