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Place of Publication: Milton, Fla
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Hill charged with hit and run


By WENDY VICTORIA
Florida Freedom Newspapers
NAVARRE A 20-year-
old Navarre man turned him-
self in Monday afternoon for
his role in the deaths of a Na-
varre couple who were walk-
ing their dogs Sunday night
when they were struck by a
vehicle that left the scene.
Robert Lynn Hill has
been charged with two felony
counts of leaving the scene
of an accident involving


death. His truck, a 1988 Ford
F-150, has been impounded,
according to a Florida High-
way Patrol press release.
Daniel Lee Schoen, a 32-
year-old technical sergeant
at Hurlburt Field, died at the
scene. His wife, 31-year-old
Erin Schoen, was taken to
Baptist Medical Center in
Pensacola where she died
Monday afternoon. She was
a staff sergeant at Hurlburt
Field.
The couple was walking


southbound on Pawnee Drive
at about 7:30 p.m. when they
were struck by a vehicle also
traveling southbound.
Daniel Schoen's ex-wife,
Danica Briseno of Arizona,
said a colonel from nearby
Luke Air Force Base knocked
on her door at 5 a.m. to no-
tify her daughters that their
father had been killed.
"He was a really good fa-
ther," she said. "He was just
a good person, a good friend.
He was a good family man,


took care of his mom and
brother, always made sure
his girls were taken care of."
He leaves two daughters,
12-year-old Julia and 9-year-
old Joanna, she said.
She said Erin has a 4-year-
old son and a 13-year-old
son. Her daughters talked to
them Monday afternoon for
about 45 minutes, she said.
Erin's younger son
doesn't understand what has
happened and keeps asking
for mom and dad, she said.


Her older son is trying to
stay strong for his brother,
Briseno said.
Dan was with the 1st
Special Operations Aircraft
Maintenance Squadron, ac-
cording to a Hurlburt Field
spokeswoman. His wife was
with the 1st Special Opera-
tions Medical Operations
Squadron.
"Technical Sgt. Schoen's
death is a sudden and heart-
breaking loss felt across the
Air Commando communi-


ty," wrote Col. Brad Webb,
1st Special Operations Wing
commander, in an e-mailed
statement. At the time of his
e-mail, Erin was still in criti-
cal condition.
"Our thoughts and prayers
are with the Schoen family;
and, we will do everything
in our power to assist them
during this tragic time."
Ben Rowe worked with
Daniel at Hurlburt and lived

See CHARGED A4


Crist visits Milton


Bill Gamblin I Press Gazette
Florida Governor Charlie Crist speaks with Red Cross Volunteer Warner Fleming during his tour
of the Red Cross Shelter at the Milton Community Center on Monday. Crist visited Monday with
local residents as well as those here from Louisiana as Hurricane Gustav made landfall Monday
morning. Joining Gov. Crist on his visit were Sen. Dan Goetz and Rep. Greg Evers.


Governor tours shelter in Milton


By BILL GAMBLING
Florida Freedom Newspapers

Florida Governor Charlie Crist
visited Milton on Monday to tour
one of the emergency shelters,
which opened during the threat of
Hurricane Gustav.
During the governor's visit,
most of the local residents had left
the Red Cross Shelter established
inside the Milton Commiuity
Center, but several were still there
after evacuating from Louisiana
primarily.
"It is volunteers like we have
at this shelter and people here like
Warner Fleming who are not only
helping out their fellow Floridians,
but people who came here in the
wake of this storm," said Gover-
nor Crist following his visit. "We
couldn't do this without everyone


"We couldn't do this without everyone working
together. Teamwork is the key for us to be able
to help everyone in the wake of Hurricanes like
Gustav and Fay."
S0VGO. CHARLIE CRIST


working together.
"Teamwork is the key for us
to be able to help everyone in the
wake of Hurricanes like Gustav
and Fay.".
The American Red Cross Shel-
ter at the Milton Community Cen-
ter opened around 3 p.m. Sunday
and quickly was populated with
26 Santa Rosa County residents
and 23 who heeded warnings to
leave their homes in Louisiana one
day following the three-year anni-
versary of Hurricane Katrina.


One of those residents was
Hester Smith who spoke with Crist
during his visit on Monday.
Smith, 38, who survived Hurri-
cane Katrina left her New Orleans
home on the East Bank before
Gustav's landfall early Monday
morning, but was very concerned
about what was going on near
her home in Gustav's wake,
Members of the governor's
staff updated Smith on what they

See GOVERNOR A4


Schools still ironing out transportation


ByJENI SENTER
isenter@srpressgazette.com


Director of Transportation
Joey Harrell spoke with the
Santa Rosa County District
School Board on Thursday
night regarding rainy day dis-
missals and drop offs.
Harrell addressed the
board with concerns about
what the procedure would be


in case of inclement weather
when dropping children off
in the afternoon.
"With the bus stops being
this far apart, we can't provide
door-to-door service like we
have done previously during
inclement weather. We really
didn't plan for this. Last week,
I said a prayer that it would
not rain until after pick-ups
were completed and that if


it started, it would finish be-
fore afternoon drop offs. This
probably won't work every
time it rains," says Harrell.
Members of the board sug-
gested using a call out system
to notify parents of inclem-
ent weather conditions and
to instruct them to be waiting
at the bus stops with an um-
brella.
"We really don't want to


jeopardize the safety of our
children, we need to come up
with a plan," said Ed Gray.
Harrell responded, "We
really don't have a plan at this
time, but we are working on
it."
Rogers proposed the board
having further discussion
about rainy day drop-offs and

See SCHOOLS A4


Escapees



captured



in Berrydale


By BILL GAMBLING
bgamblin@pressgazette.com

Ricky Dale Spears and
David Dixon have been cap-
tured and returned to the
Santa Rosa County Jail.
Late Saturday night inves-
tigators received information
that Spears and Dixon were
located at a residence off of
Highway 4 in the Berrydale
Community
Investigators followed up
on the lead and were able to
confirm the location of two
fugitives who were wanted
since escaping back in July.
Apparently the two were
trying to get a friend to pick
them up in a vehicle at a pre-
determined time.
Members of the Santa


IPa. BsiS~Sg


Spears Dixon


Rosa County SWAT team
were called upon as they ar-
rived at the predetermined
time Spears and Dixon were
expecting their ride.
Both suspects attempted
to flee into the woods near-
by, but were apprehended by
SWAT team members ac-
cording to Sgt Scott Haines,

See ESCAPEES A4


Bill Gamblin I Press Gazette
Officers with the Florida Fish and Wildlife are seen talk-
ing with Florida Governor Charlie Crist Monday after-
noon at Milton High School prior to being deployed to
help with search and rescue efforts in Louisiana.


FWC deploys


for Louisiana


Special to the Press Gazette

As Hurricane Gustav
pounded the northern Gulf
Coast Monday, 34 law en-
forcement personnel from
the Florida Fish and Wildlife
Conservation Commission
(FWC) assembled at Milton
High School to move in be-
hind the storm.
The FWC deployed 31 of_
ficers, two mechanics and a
radio technician to assist local
authorities in Louisiana with
search-and-rescue operations
during the critical two-to-
three days after the brunt of
the hurricane. The FWC of-
ficers had 22 small, shallow-
draft boats in tow and other
equipment to find and rescue
stranded people.


Louisiana officials have
agreed to reimburse Florida
for the cost of the assistance.
"We have the equipment,
the training and the experi-
ence to help our friends in
Louisiana survive this storm,"
FWC Chairman Rodney Bar-
reto said. "That carries with it
the moral obligation to do our
part for them, and they can
count on us to do all we can
without putting our own resi-
dents at risk."
Gov. Charlie Crist, who
also made resources from
other state agencies available
for the operation, accompa-
nied the FWC convoy from
the Santa Rosa County high
school to the Alabama State

See FWC A4


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Friday, 8:42 a.m.
I would like to make
a comment regarding the
statement made about not
patronizing Ruth's store in
Munson and the interview
that was aired on television.
Would you not feed your
child? He was correct in his
statement. This man has not
committed murder that is be-
ing searched for. Politics has
always played a role in Mil-
ton, authorities and Munson
for over 50 years. They have
.prospered over the years
from the crops that have
been grown. If you can un-
derstand hooligan education
in this area as another writer
called us. When a murder oc-
curs in Milton why isn't a re-
ward posted like the Spears
reward money. If we are
hooligans then don't patron-
ize our Munson pools, fish-
ing lakes and horse stables
for your pleasure. Is it true
about the two police cars that
were vandalized? God help


people like you, I was near
ran over by the cops on Mun-
son Highway Learn from the
show cops on TV on how to
do a professional job then we
might respect you.

Friday, 8:21 a.m.
Yes this is John. Maybe
you can clear something up
for me. There have been two
patrol cars destroyed on this
Ricky Spears manhunt. If
this keeps up we are going to
have to take out a loan.

Thursday, 6:18 p.m.
This is Cathy. I just
thought it was strange after
living here 12 years and get-
ting the Press Gazette for
11 years that the editor does
not know anything about
the sample ballot. Some of
us don't get out a lot so we
don't know who our choices
are. This was the most hor-
rible editor's reply. Sorry for
cutting down one person, but
they must not be a very in-


YOUTS



telligent person if they don't
know about a sample ballot.
Editor's note: Cathy, I
know about the sample bal-
lot, but was trying to be po-
lite to the fact that the Su-
pervisor of Elections didn't
see fit to run the sample bal-
lot in the Santa Rosa Press
Gazette. The Supervisor of
Elections decided to run the
sample ballot for Santa Rosa
County in a newspaper out-
side of Santa Rosa County.
So your question should be
directed to his county offi-
cial.

Thursday, 5:42 p.m.
Yeah this is Christy. I
was calling in reference to


Joe's comment in the last
paper. For your informa-
tion the charges against
Ricky Spears have been
dropped and they are cur-
rently holding him on
things in his past. Once
he is caught and goes back
they will find these are
useless charges as well and
he will be freed where he
can come back to Munson
and live with the rest of us
hooligans. Joe you should
learn more about what is
going on and what things
are all about.

Thursday, 12:35 p.m.
Yes this is me; I just
want to say that the gradu-
ation this year at Milton
was so beautiful. The kids
were thanking God so many
times. God should be first in
your life.

Thursday, 11:54 a.m.
Yeah you let the Mun-
son people speak out about


Munson. They have more
mentality about themselves
than the Sheriff. If you
took a poll up they would
rather help Ricky Spears
than they would the Sher-
iff's Office.

Thursday, 11:30 a.m.
Yes, this is Mary. I would
like to know if the law ap-
plies to everybody when a
drunk driver has a wreck
with another person and he
dies. The law should have
something to do instead of
just sentencing the driver to
a DUI. The state attorney
needs to look at this. Junior
Johnson did not deserve to
die. He was a great person,
a great family man, yet a
drunk driver killed him and
all the person is going to be
charged with is DUI.

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The Department of Vet-
erans Affairs (VA) will use
a locality-based approach
in raising ceilings on its no-
down payment home loans
from the current $417,000
to as much as $729,000.
The increases are ef-
fective immediately under
legislation recently enacted
with President Bush signing
the Housing and Economic
Recovery Act of 2008.
That law also improved


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$50,000 to $60,000 toward
constructing a new home
or modifying an exist-
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needs of veterans or active
duty service members with
certain service-connected
disabilities.
One new feature is a pro-
vision in the law that will
assist burn victims. It will
allow veterans with certain
service-connected disabili-


teis resulting from severe
burns to receive the adap-
tive housing grants. The
new law also makes future
increases in ceilings on the
Specially Adapted Housing
Program automatic.
The increased limits in
the general home loan pro-
gram for all veterans' home
purchases or construction
will be based on local hous-
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locality adjustments of the
Federal Home Loan Mort-
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VA home Uloans are
available for veterans to
purchase or construct sin-
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purchase condominiums
or cooperative apartments.
There are about 2.3 million
existing VA home loans,
more than 90 percent made
with no down payment.
More information
about VA home loans and
adaptive grants is avail-
able from VA at 877-827-
3702 or www.homeloans.
va.gov.


Task force captures rape, sodomy suspect


Press Gazette Staff Report

The U.S. Marshals Florida
Regional Fugitive Task Force
apprehended a man wanted
in New York City for alleg-
edly raping and sodomizing
his 11 and 5 year old daugh-
ters in 2005.
Rafael Cox was arrested
at about 6 p.m. Thursday at
an apartment complex on the
9600 block of Davis High-
way.
Members of the Bronx
Special Victims Unit were
also on scene to help the
Marshals Task Force and
their members from Escam-
bia County and Pensacola
Police Department
Cox, 39, was arrested
without incident after the
Task Force had spotted him


coming home from a con-
struction job.
He first gave officers the
name of "Luis Hernandez"
and said that he had iden-
tification in his wallet with
his name on it. Officers then
found a New York State Ben-
efits ID card with the name
'*'Rafael Melendez" on it.
When asked about that
Cox said that his name used
to be Cox but he changed it.
The Marshals Task Force
was first contacted by the
U.S. Marshals in New York
City about five months ago
and they have been working
the case ever since.
Cox was brought to the
Escambia County Jail and
will await extradition back to
New York; where he faces a
possible mandatory sentence
of 12 ? to 25 years in jail.


About an hour earlier,
the Task Force apprehended
Bryan Wadsworth at a con-
venient store on the corner
of Chemstrand and Ten Mile
Road in Pensacola.
The 23 year old Jackson-
ville, FL man is a suspect in
an armed robbery where he
and another suspect, his un-
cle Timothy Crosby, alleged-
ly robbed an 84 year old man
while visiting the gravesite
of his deceased wife.
The robbery allegedly
took place on August 15t at
the Memorial Park Cemetery
on Normandy Blvd., in Jack-
sonville. According to the
victim, he was approached
by Wadsworth who pointed
a handgun at him and said
"Give me your money or I'll
pop you."
The Marshals Task Force


was contacted earlier Thurs-
day by the U.S. Marshals in
Jacksonville who requested
their help.
Information was provided
to Task Force that he may be
in Pensacola and driving his
girlfriend's car. After investi-
gating some other leads that
developed, Wadsworth was
seen driving to the conve-
nient store and using the pay
phone.
The Task Force imme-
diately swept in and placed
him under arrest without in-
cident.
Wadsworth was also tak-
en to the Escambia County
Jail where he was processed
in under a no bond warrant
and will also await extradi-
tion back to Jacksonville.
The car was also seized
pending the investigation.


OBITUARIES


Jon L. Thomas
1954-2008

Jon L. Thomas, age 54, passed away
Thursday, August 28, 2008. Jon was
born in Mexico to the late Arthur and
Eleanor Thomas. Mr. Thomas was a
U.S. Navy retiree and has resided in
Milton ror the past 21 years. He loved
the outdoors and fishing.
Mr. Thomas is survived by his wife




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Jon
Thomas

Thomas, of


of 32 years, Phyllis
Thomas, of Milton; his
son, Brandon (Emily
Kubala) Thomas, of Ft.
Smith, AR; two daugh-
ters, Tasha (Derrick)
Russell, and Brittany
Thomas, both of Milton;
two brothers, Harvey
(Susan) Thomas, of Stu-
art, FL and Jeff (Peggy)
Margate, FL; his sister,


Cheri (Charlie) Corona, of McAllen,
TX; and two nieces, Diana and Anaid
Corona.
Visitation was held from 4:00-5:00
p.m., Saturday, August 30, 2008 at
Lewis Funeral Home, Milton Chapel.
Friends may send condolences and
share fond memories with the family at
www.lewisfuneralhomes.net
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SHERIFF'SReport


The following is the
Sheriff's Report from
August 20 to August 26,
2008
Elliott, Ryan Foster;
Male; Age 18; 1981 Jessica
Way, Navarre; Burglary
Unoccupied Structure Un-
armed, Larc-Theft is $300
or More But Less Than
$5,000 (2 cts.). 8/20/08
Helton, Jeremy Clay-
ton; Male; 19; 8247 Edith
Avenue, Milton; Damage
Prop-Crim Mischief Over
$200 Under $1,000, Burgl
of Unoccupied Dwelling
Unarmed No Asslt/Batt,
Larc Theft is $300 or More
But Less Than $5,000.
8/20/08
Jones, Rumaldo Domi-
nic; Male; 27; 1250 West
Lloyd Street, Pensacola;
Failure to Appear for Fel-
ony Offense. 8/20/08
Maybush, Jamie Mark;
Male; 27; 9876 Sandpebble
Cir., Navarre; DUI Alcohol
or Drugs 2nd Offense, Flee
Elude LEO at High Speed.
8/20/08
Spears, Franklin
Dwight; Male; 63; 13025
Munson Hwy, Milton;
Harboring Conceal Aid
Escaped Prisoner. 8/20/08
Anderson, Jr., William
Monroe; Male; 44; 9212
Eagle Nest Dr, Navarre;
Probation Violation-Felo-
ny. 8/21/08
Baldwin, Charles Ray;
Male; 66; 1033 Requin St.,
Pensacola; Obstructing
Justice Intimidate Threat-
en Etc Vict Witness Infor-
mant. 8/21/08
Bemboe, Kevin Ber-
nard; Male; 45; 6431 Julia
Dr, Milton; Battery-2nd or
Subseq Offense. 8/21/08
Fulmer, Perry Russell;
Male; 30; 1857 Atwood Dr,
Pensacola; Probation Vio-
lation-Felony. 8/21/08
Hightower, Chad
Wayne; Male; 39; 16 Gran-
dy Lane, Carrierre, MS;
Sex Offender Violation-
Failure to register as re-
quired. 8/21/08
Lowery Jr., Douglas
Harold; Male; 29; 3400
Robinson Point Rd, Mil-
ton; Fraud-False Statement
Verif Ownrshp Regulated
Metals $300 or More, Larc-
Theft is $300 or More But
Less Than $5,000, Dealing
in Stolen Property. 8/21/08
Sweeney, Gregory Al-
len; Male; 30; 4815 Carl
Booker Rd, Milton; Resist
Officer-Flee Elude LEO
with Lights Siren Active,
Drive While Lic Susp Ha-
bitual Offender. 8/21/08
Thomas, Pauline Lynn;
Female; 20; 6223 Grove St,
Milton; Aggrav Asslt W/
Deadly Weapon W/O In-
tent to Kill (domestic vio-
lence); Battery-Touch or
Strike (domestic violence).
8/21/08
Watson, Edith Anita;
Female; 52; 4535 Bagdad
Park Ct, Milton; Probation
Violation-Felony (2 cts.).
8/21/08
Pitts, Belissa Eidson;
Female; Age ?, 6135 Ka-
trina Dr., Milton; Utter-
ing Forged Instrument (24
cts.). 8/21/08


Daniels, Jay Thomas;
Male; 770; 5683 Fairview
Dr, Milton; Probation Vio-
lation-Felony. 8/21/08
Neely, Ryan Scott; Male;
22; 1252 College Prkway,
Gulf Breeze; Probation Vi-
olation-Felony. 8/21/08
Fuller, Jr., Edgar Ste-
phen; Male; 48; 8199 Moli-
na St, Navarre; DUI Alco-
hol or Drugs 2nd Offense.
8/21/08
Calrissian, Roll-
ins Nicholas; Male; 19;
5540 Osceola St, Milton;
Battery-Touch or Strike,
Trespassing Property
Not Structure or Convey,
Resist Officer-Obstruct
W/O Violence, Loitering
or Prowling, Intimidate
Threaten Etc Vict Witness
Informant. 8/24/08
Council, Anthony Ant-
won; Male; 35; 5513 Gold-
en Drive, Tampa; Damage
Prop-Crim Misch $200
and Under, Burgl Unoccu-
pied Structure Unarmed,
Trespassing Structure or
Conveyance. 8/23/08
Ellis, Jessica Eileen;
Female; 22; 5184 Shaag
Rd, Molino; Probation Vi-
olation-Felony. 8/24/08
Hobbs,. Bradley Shane;
male; 21; 5688 Beland-
ville Rd, Milton; Probation
Violation-Felony; Burgl
With Assault or Battery,
Trespassing Occupied
Structure or Conveyance.
8/22/08
Hobbs, Ed Wayne;
Male; 63; 6999 Comsom
Dr, Milton; Larc-Theft
is $300 or More But Less
Than $5,000, Dealing in
Stolen Property. 8/22/08
Jenkins, III, Alex Day;
Male; 22; 7200 Chumuckla
Hwy., Pace; Probation Vio-
lation-Felony. 8/22/08
Parks, Bruce Edward;
Male; 44; 4445 Skylark Rd,
Milton; Out of State Fugi-
tive From Justice. 8/22/08
Robinson, Tirek Eric;
Male; 20; 7304 Gunter
Rd, Pensacola; Flee/Elude
Police Fail to Obey LEO
Order to Stop, Drive While
Lic Susp 1st Offense, Re-
sist Officer Obstruct W/O
Violence. 8/21/08
Taylor, James H; Male;
54; 18168 N. Creek Dr,
Florala, AL; Probation Vi-
olation-Felony. 8/22/08
Thomas, Pauline Lynn;
Female; 20; 6223 Grove St,
Milton; Aggrav Asslt W/
Deadly Weapon W/O In-
tent to Kill (domestic vio-
lence), Battery Touch or
Strike (domestic violence).
8/21/08
Harrison, Christopher
Randall; Male; 20; 8239
Sevilla St, Navarre; Proba-
tion Violation-Felony. 8/08
Cain, Patrick Thomas;
Male; 37; 3720 Deer Creek
Ln, Pace; Larc-Theft is
$300 or More But Less
Than $5,000. 8/23/08
Capers, Joshua Ryan;
Male; 16; 6546 Pinto Ave.,
Milton; Dealing in Stolen
Property. 8/22/08
Clark, Justin Andrew;
Male; 18; 1436 Bahia Dr,
Navarre Beach; Burglary-
Unoccupied Structure Un-
armed. Larc Theft is $300


or More But Less Than
$5,000. 8/22/08
Copeland, Rocky Al-
len; Male; 25; 6431 Hunter
St., Milton; Violate Re-
strictions Placed on Driver
License, Drive While Li-
cense Susp Habitual Of-
fender, Failed to Have
Required Endorsement on
DL. 8/24/24
Haydu, William Pe-
ter; Male; 17; 5755 Aza-
lea Ave., Milton; Aggrav
Battery Person Uses A
Deadly Weapon, Probation
Violation-Felony. 8/23/08
Lewis, Ronald NMN;
Male; 64; 4537 Gainer
Ave., Milton; Sex Asslt
Victim 12 YOA Older Spe-
cial Conditions. 8/22/08
Richter, Michael David
Melancon; Male; 18; 6782
Harvell St, Milton; Bur-
glary Unoccupied Struc-
ture Unarmed, Larc Grand
of Firearm. 8/23/08
Worthem, Jessica Elise;
Female; 40; 1933 NW Bak-
er Rd, Atlanta, GA; Pro-
bation Violation-Felony.
8/22/08
Lyle, Gail Jones; Fe-
male; 60; 5390 Lone
Star Lane, Milton; DUI.
8/24/08
Edwards, Raymond
Darrell; Male; 32; 5857
Stewart St, Milton; DUI.
8/24/08
Gonzales, Juan Rual;
Male; 40; 225 Michael
Ave, Mary Esther; DUI
Alcohol or Drugs 2nd Of-
fense. 8/23/08
Hughes, Wesley Clay-
ton; Male; 29; 208 W Win-
trop Ave, Pensacola; DUI
Alcohol or Drugs 2nd Of-
fense. 8/22/08
Keen, Richard NMN;
Male; 45; 6521 Winston
Brown Rd, Milton; DUI.
8/24/08
Bogden, Jeffrey Lee;
Male; 22; 9877 Chumuck-
la Hwy., Jay; Battery on
Person 65 Years of Age or
Older (domestic violence).
8/25/08
King, Curtis Lee; Male;
46; 29 Comet St SW, Ft.
Walton Beach; Probation
Violation-Felony. 8/25/08
Slack, Anthony Je-
rome; male; 35; 4512 Limit
Street, Milton; Probation
Violation-Felony. 8/25/08
Taylor, Jeffery Daniel;
Male; 33; 6451 Skyline
Dr, Milton; Damage Prop-
Crim Misch Over $200
Under $1,000 (4 cts.), Larc
Petit 1st Offense, Dealing
in Stolen Property (5 cts.),
Larc-Petit 1st Degree Prop-
erty $100 to Under $300 (3
cts.), Damage Prop-Crim
Misch $1,000 or More,
Larc-Theft is $300 or More
But Less Than $5,000,
Damage Prop-Crim
Misch .Over $200 Under
$1,000, Burglary Unoccu-
pied Structure Unarmed.
8/25/08
Weisgerber, Samuel
,Bruce; Male; 41; 441 Race-
track Rd, Ft. Walton Beach;
Probation Violation-Felo-
ny. 8/25/08
Wilson, Rory Hank;
Male; 40; 45 Quiggly Rd,
Pensacola; Burglary Unoc-
cupied Structure Unarmed,


Larc-Theft is $300 or More
But Less Than $5,000.
8/25/08
Kirkpatrick, Joel Da-
vid; Male; 58; 1934 Grassy
Rd, Milton; DUI. 8/25/08
Martin, Christine
NMN; Female; 44; 5248
Morris St, Crestview; DUI.
8/25/08
Allen, Steven Howard;
Male; 43; 1929 Adams St,
Sell or Transfer Boat W/O
Delivery of Title, Fraud-
Swindle Obtain Property
Communication $300 or
More. 8/26/08
Davis, Frank Stephen;
Male; 49; 7550 Blackjack
Cr, Navarre; Larc-Grand
of Firearm. 8/26/08
Goss, Russell Don;
Male; 41; 10019 Jean Rd,
Milton; Out of State Fugi-
tive From Justice. 8/26/08
Nelson, Tammy L; Fe-
male; 39; 6463 Wiley Scott
Rd, Jay; Out of State Fugi-
tive From Justice. 8/26/08
Parker, Michael Dean-
gelo; Male; 34; 5399 Lock-
lin Ave, Milton; Larc-Theft
is $300 or More But Less
Than $5,000. 8/26/08
Taylor, Kenneth Destry;
Male; 44; 10105 Pond Rd,
Milton; Probation Viola-
tion-Felony, Drive While
Lic Susp Habitual Offend-
er, Marijuana Possess Not
More Than 20 Grams, Nar-
cotic Equip Possess And
Or Use. 8/26/08
Robinson, William
Henry; Male; 5161 Scenic
View Way, Milton; Pro-
bation Violation-Felony.
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Line.
FWC Maj. Curtis Brown and Maj. Brett Norton
will command the agency's search-and-rescue ef-
forts and direct officers to trouble spots identified
by Louisiana officials.
FWC personnel on the scene include the agency's
Special Operations Groups from the Northwest and
North Central regions. Special Operations Groups
are FWC officers with special training and equip-
ment to assist in natural and man-made disasters
and who have agreed to deployment at any time;
regardless of their own situations at home.
Three years ago, the officers moved in to Mis-
sissippi in the wake of Hurricane Katrina with cru-
cial law enforcement and life-saving rescue efforts.
Local agencies lost all their emergency equipment,
vehicles, vessels and communications and relied on
the FWC for help.
Meanwhile, FWC leaders are keeping an eye
on Tropical Storm Hanna as it approaches Florida.
Other FWC resources are on standby, and the FWC
units in Louisiana will return to Florida if needed
to cope with that storm.


GOVERNOR from page Al


knew from Louisiana.
"This lifts my sprits every
time I get out seeing how our
communities pull together in
situations like this," said Crist.
"If you live in Louisiana, Mis-
sissippi, or Alabama we are
here to welcome you with open
arms and people like Warner
and the Red Cross as well as
others are here to help you in
your time of need."
After making his stop to
visit those at the Milton Com-
munity Center, Crist went to
Milton High School where
over 30 Florida Fish and Wild-
life Officers were deployed to
help with search and rescue
missions in the area affected
by Hurricane Gustav.
"I thank you and I am so
proud of what you are going
to do for our neighbors," said
Crist. "We appreciate what you
are doing and wish we could
send more, but we also have
to be cautious about tropical
storm Hannah."
The governor went with the
FWC offices who were tak-
ing boats and other equipment
to the Alabama-Florida State
line.
Locally a state of emergen-
cy was declared at 11 a.m. Sun-
day morning with a voluntary


SCHOOLS from page Al


dismissals during unsafe and inclem-
ent weather.
On that same note, the board
plans to have a meeting on Monday
to determine the course of action re-
garding Gustav.
"We will be meeting after discus-
sions with the Emergency Operations
Center and then we will determine
whether to go with 'Plan A', which is
have school on Tuesday, or to come
up with another plan," says Rogers.
Other transportation bugs that
were being worked out included
some late bus arrivals in the morn-
ings at some schools.
Gray questioned Harrell on the
progress of tweaking the bus sched-
ules.
"I want to make sure that all stu-
dents who want to eat breakfast are
arriving at school in time to do that
and I heard some of them aren't,"


evacuation of campers, mobile
homes and Navarre Beach.
. Damage in Santa Rosa
County was limited to some
downed trees and power lines
as well as a possible tornado
on Ceylon Drive in Midway,
a home on Andrew Jackson
Drive damaged due to the
storm surge, and minor erosion
on Navarre Beach.
Madura Road in Tiger Point
and Springhill Road at Cold-
water Creek were the only clo-
sures reported, while standing
water was reported at one time
on Gulf Boulevard near South
Carolina Street on Navarre
Beach.
Santa Rosa County Emer-
gency Management Director
Sheryl Bracewell thanked and
commended the residents of
Santa Rosa County for taking
the threat of Hurricane Gustav
seriously.
"While we are saddened by
the destruction Gustav caused
to our neighboring states, we
were very fortunate to have felt
minimal affects from this pow-
erful storm," said Bracewell
from the Santa Rosa County
Emergency Operations Center.
"The emergency operations
center began extensively moni-
toring the storm on Thursday,


September 28 and implement-
ed a partial activation on Satur-
day with essential emergency
support function staff.
"We are extremely fortu-
nate to have strong collabora-
tions with our disaster partners
as we prepare for and respond
to disasters of all types. Each
activation provides the oppor-
tunity to improve, strengthen
relationships with our part-
ners, and to further enhance
our emergency response capa-
bilities."
Bracewell noted that the
peak of hurricane season be-
gins on Sept. 10 and that there
are currently several other sys-
tems that could still affect our
county.
"We as a community will
now be better prepared for any
other storm that may come our
way in the next three months,"
said Bracewell. "Every storm
is different and we urge our
residents not to become com-
placent.
"While we have been very
fortunate since 2005, as a
coastal community our risk
for hurricanes or other types
of tropical systems remains
high."
Along the gulf coast, Gulf
Power reported around 5,300


said Gray.
"We only have a couple of
schools having late-running bus-
es, Avalon Middle and Holley-
Navarre Middle, we are tweaking,
this and trying to iron out any re-
maining issues. It is actually run-,
ning smoother every day," said
Harrell.
Harrell reports an increase in
parent drop off at some schools,
in the morning and an increase in.
bus riders in the afternoon.
"Bus pick up at Pace is still,
running in to some difficulties, as
is parent pick up. It is a very con-
gested situation due to the buses
and the parent pick up area being
located on the same side of the,
school. We are working on the sit-,
uation with administrators and it
may require some traffic changes:
as well," says Harrell.


customers lost power.
Gulf Power was looking to.
restore most of the power after
winds fell below 35 miles per
hour so they can utilize their,
bucket trucks safely.
During the state of emer-,
gency and evacuation by,
neighboring states, only two,
accidents were reported.
Around 9:30 a.m. Sunday,
a van-style camper was de-,
stroyed after it caught fire.
The contents inside were
a total loss, but the two adults
were not injured.
Officers .with the Florida
Highway Patrol transported
the couple to a hotel.
The' second accident oc-
curred at 4:29 p.m. Sunday
when a truck towing a camper
over turned blocking the east-,
bound lanes of I-10.
All five aboard were trans-
ported to Sacred Heart Hospi-,
tal by Lifeguard Ambulance,
Service.
The identities of those in-,
volved were Stephen Griffin, 5
9, Marlene Griffin, 58, Bernice
Griffin, 79, Megan Griffin, 28,
and Chance Lee, 4.
All five were from Cut Off,
La. No serious injuries were
reported in association to the,
accident.


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public information officer
for the Santa Rosa County
Sheriff's office..
Spears and Dixon were
booked on the current charge
of escape.
No further information is
being released at this time,
but there could be further
arrests in connection with
Spears and Dixon.
Last week Spears' father,
Dwight Spears, was arrested
and charged with aiding an
escapee.
It is unknown at this time
if more people could face
similar charges following the
arrest of Spears and Dixon
on Saturday night.
Ricky Spears, 43, and
Dixon, 20, have been sought
by law enforcement since
they squeezed through a "de-
sign flaw" to escape from the
Santa Rosa County Jail over
one month ago on July 26.
Community members re-
ported numerous police cars,
ambulances, and other emer-
gency vehicles traveling up
and down Munson Highway
towards McLellan following
two weeks ago following a
reported sighting of Spears


with the original search
starting near McLellan an
throughout other roads in the
vicinity.
During their search K-9
officers tracked from the area
where the confirmed sighting
occurred to a wooded area
that disclosed a campsite be-
lieved to be that of Spears.
The campsite had shelter
(tarps) and other items nec-
essary for survival.
After the confirmed
sighting, over 40 deputies
form the Santa Rosa Sher-
iff's Office responded along
with K-9 teams from the
State Prison, the Escambia
County Sheriff's Office he-
licopter, and other assisting
agencies including Milton
Police Department. Reports
state there are six K-9 units
involved in attempts to track
the escapees.
Spears, who is a convict-
ed felon, was in jail follow-
ing a manhunt after officers
tracked him down in con-
nection with a missing 14-
year-old girl. He was found
hiding under a Munson-area
home with the 14-year-old
girl in question.


Dixon, was being held
while he awaited trial on
charged of armed robbery,
aggravated battery, and es-
cape stemming from the
June 2007 robbery of TCBY/,
New York Burrito in Pace.
Dixon is also facing an
additional attempted escape
charge from an attempt this
past January that was foiled.
Since the escape Santa
Rosa County Sheriff Wendell
Hall has been conducting an
investigation into the escape,
while the "flaw" is being ad-
dressed and corrected.
According to Hall inmates
are now being accounted for
every 15 minutes.
Hall went on to explain
during a press conference
about the escape earlier this
month that cells are inspect-
ed once a day and Dixon and
Spears were in a pod at the
Santa Rosa County Jail for
extremely high-risk inmates
due to their offenses and
past.
Both suspects were seen
at the 6 p.m. head count and
Dixon was counted again at
8 p.m., but both were miss-
ing at the 11 p.m. check.


CHARGED from page Al


in the same neighborhood.
"He's a consummate
professional and he always
looked out for the new guys,"
said Rowe, who joined the
Air Force four years ago. "He
was the first guy when I got
to Hurlburt Field that took me
under his wing and showed
me the ropes.
"He was one of the nicest
guys that I've ever met since
I've been in the Air Force," he
added. "Every conversation
started with, 'Hey, how you
doing? How's everything go-
ing for you?' "
Dan and Erin had married
in May 2006, according to a
friend, Jennifer Edmonds, who
was at their wedding. Her hus-


band, Rob, had worked under
Dan at Hurlburt Field, when
they were stationed here.
"He cared about everyone
he came in contact with," she
wrote in an e-mail. "And no
matter what you did, it never
seemed to upset him. Erin was
just the same.
"And together they were
perfect," she continued. "They
were an amazing couple. The
world has lost something very
special and rare."
Briseno said that her ex-
husband grew up in Farming-
ton, N.M., and joined the Air
Force in 1995.
He and his wife were both
bodybuilders, she said, and
Daniel had a competition


coming up in October. After-
that, he was planning to turn
pro.
"He was a fitness freak,"
she said. "You're talking an
Arnold Schwarzenegger-type
body."
The Florida Highway Pa-
trol press release announcing
Hill's arrest said there was
an unknown passenger in his
truck at the time. Anyone with
information about the case
should call Corporal Chris
Nussbaumer at (850) 484-
5000.
Briseno said that anyone
wanting to leave messages for
her daughters about their dad
could call her at (928) 202-
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Honor Flight documentary now playing


Special to the Press Gazette

WSRE, PBS for the Gulf
Coast, has made its origi-
nal documentary, "Honor
Flight.A Journey of He-
roes," available on its Web
site at wsre.org/honorflight
for anytime viewing. The
documentary was created
in honor of the inaugural
trip of Emerald Coast Hon-
or Flight that took place on
April 30, 2008. The one-
hour program chronicles the
journey of a group of North-
west Florida's veterans.from
the Second World War as
they travel to Washington
D.C. on the inaugural trip of
Emerald Coast Honor Flight
to visit the WWII Memorial
erected at our nation's capi-


tal in their honor.
The WSRE original doc-
umentary features exclusive
'interviews with Senator Bob
Dole and Congressman Jeff
Miller, as well as other high-
lights that include the vet-
erans' recollections of war,
their experiences and reac-
tions at the WWII Memorial,
conversations with Emerald
Coast Honor Flight guard-
ians, and thoughts shared
by families and friends. A
wreath-laying ceremony,
visits to the Korean and
Vietnam Memorials, and the
incredible heroes' welcome
that these veterans received
are all captured in this spe-
cial documentary.
"It was an awesome,
overwhelming, heartfelt and


emotional homecoming for
a group of veterans who, in
the 63 years since the war
ended, had never received
such accolades," states
documentary producer Jill
Hubbs who also went on the
trip. "I was moved to tears,"
she said.
Spearheaded by Con-
gressman Jeff Miller, Emer-
ald Coast Honor Flight, is a
non-profit volunteer organi-
zation comprised of regional
business and community
leaders and active and re-
tired military personnel. It
was created to honor WWII
veterans from the First
Congressional District of
Florida. The inaugural flight
of Emerald Coast Honor
Flight, took place on April


30, 2008, with 100 veterans,
traveling free of charge, to
see their memorial for the
first time.
To see a gallery of photos
from the April 30, 2008 in-
augural trip of Honor Flight
and to watch the WSRE
original documentary in
its entirety, visit the WSRE
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been helping the commu-
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them. Through quality pro-
gramming and educational


Beaches to Woodlands tour 2008


Special to the Press Gazette

Art abounds each weekend this Oc-
tober during the 5th Annual Beaches to
Woodlands Tour, a self-guided journey
highlighting Santa Rosa's arts & cul-
ture, heritage, and nature-based venues
along scenic routes from the sugar-
white beaches up through historic riv-
erfront districts and into vast farmlands
surrounding Blackwater River State
Forest.
Art-related venues on the Tour in-


clude but are not limited to: the Bag-
dad Village Art Stroll, Navarre Beach
Fall Festival of the Arts, Dragonfly Art
Gallery, and Gulf Coast Kiln Walk.
Additionally, heritage artisans will be
featured at several events including the
Munson Community Heritage Festival
and Depot Day.
"Local artists are excited at the op-
portunity to attract art enthusiasts to
Santa Rosa County through this event,
and in the past we have seen many new
faces on the Tour, which not only helps


promote the beauty and uniqueness of
the area but also our work as artists,"
said Brenda Stokes, artist and owner of
Holley Hill Pottery and founder of Gulf
Coast Kiln Walk,
To request a free brochure featuring
detailed maps and information covering
Tour venues, stop by any Visitor Center
in Santa Rosa County, call 800-480-
SAND (7263), or visit www.Beache-
sToWoodlands2008.com. Check web-
site for additions, changes, and updates
to venues.


Local selected as Inclusion Ambassador


Special to the Press Gazette

The Florida Develop-
mental Disabilities Coun-
cil, Inc. (FDDC) has se-
lected Vickie Smithee of
Pensacola as an "Inclusion
Ambassador" for its state-
wide grassroots initiative.
Advocating on behalf of
people with developmen-
tal disabilities in Florida,
Smithee is one of seven
Ambassadors who will take
the lead in helping FDDC
educate others on issues
facing Florida's most vul-
nerable citizens. .
State budget cuts have di-
minished services for many
people with developmental
disabilities, and funding is
in danger of further reduc-


tions. The results could be
devastating for individuals
and families, which is why
the roles of Inclusion Am-
bassadors are so important.
Inclusion Ambassadors
across the state will build
local networks of support in
their home area. In July, the
Ambassadors were invit-
ed to take part in FDDC's
Grassroots Training Day in
Tallahassee. The event pro-
vided guest speakers and
workshops to prepare them
for their roles. Among the
topics discussed were FD-
DC's legislative priorities:
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Through contact with
policy makers and indi-
vidual supporters, the Am-
bassadors will advocate the
importance of "inclusion,"
meaning that all individu-
als, with and without dis-
abilities, live, learn, work,
play and participate to-
gether in all of life's expe-
riences. FDDC hopes the
commitment of Smithee
and others will contribute
to the successful protection
of services for Florida's
citizens with disabilities.
For more information, visit
FDDC.org.
The Florida Develop-


mental Disabilities Coun-
cil, Inc. (FDDC) is a non-
profit organization funded
through federal assistance
from the Department of
Health and Human Services
Administration on Devel-
opmental Disabilities. The
Council accomplishes its
mission by supporting inno-
vative initiatives that dem-
onstrate new approaches to
enhance the independence,
productivity, inclusion and
self-determination of indi-
viduals with developmental
disabilities in all facets of
community life.
Contact the FDDC
by visiting its website at
FDDC.org, call toll-free at
(800) 580-7801 or TDD at
(888) 488-8633.


Backpacks and back-pain


Special to the Press Gazette

The beginning of school
can bring many hazards: new.
teachers, difficult classes,
and notorious cafeteria food.
Parents and children alike
often overlook one hazard:
Backpacks.
Backpacks are a conve-
nient way to transport a load
of books and school supplies
between the classroom and
home. However, a backpack
that is too heavy, or worn
improperly, can put children
at risk for neck, back and
shoulder pain, posture prob-
lems, as well as muscle and
joint injuries.
"The average student car-
ries a backpack that is too
heavy for them, weighing
approximately 25 percent
of their weight," says Dr.
Margaret Harris, extension
health specialist with the
University of Arkansas Divi-
sion of Agriculture. "A third


of students carry backpacks
that are more than 33 percent
of their weight."
According to the Ameri-
can Physical Therapy As-
sociation, postural changes
among students are mag-
nified when the backpack
is more than 10 percent to
15 percent of the students'
body weight. Injuries occur
when a student uses flawed
postures to adapt to a heavy
load. Postures such as arch-
ing the back, bending for-
ward, twisting dr leaning to
one side may cause improper
spine alignment and inter-
fere with the functioning of
disks that provide shock ab-
sorption.
"Backpacks that are too
heavy can cause chronic
back pain," Harris said. "In
one study, six out of 10 stu-
dents reported chronic back
pain related to heavy back-
packs."
There are a few guide-


lines for safe backpack use,
suggested by the Ameri-
can Academy of Pediatrics
(AAP):
Wear both shoul-
der straps to distribute the
weight evenly.
Pack lightly. The
backpack should never
weigh more than 10 percent
to 15 percent of the student's
body weight.
Organize the back-
pack so the heaviest items
are closest to the back.
Wear backpacks
close to the body, over the
strongest back muscles. The
straps should be tightened so
the backpack rests two inch-
es above the waist.
The AAP also suggests a
few criteria when shopping
for a new backpack. Look for
backpacks that have:
Wide, padded shoul-
der straps instead of narrow
straps, which can hinder cir-
culation.


Sacred Heart to hold free screenings


Sacred Heart Hospital
will be holding free screen-
ings for peripheral arterial
disease (PAD) on Saturday,
Sept. 13, from 8 a.m. to 12
p.m. at Airport Medical
Park, located at 1549 Airport
Blvd.
PAD occurs when excess
cholesterol or plaque builds
up in the veins in your legs,
making it harder for your
heart to pump and circulate
blood to the legs. If left un-
treated, PAD can lead to am-
putation, heart attack, stroke,
and even death. Symptoms
of PAD include cold feet or
legs, numbness and tingling,
leg pain that stops when you
rest, and/or ulcers or sores
that won't heal.


If you can answer "Yes"
to any of the following ques-
tions, you qualify for a free
peripheral arterial disease
screening.
-Are you a diabetic?
-Are you over the age of
65?
-Are you over the age of
50 and a smoker?
-Do you have a family
history of abdominal aortic
aneurysms (AAA)?
The PAD screening in-
volves measuring the blood
pressure in both the arm
and at the ankle and then
comparing the two measure-
ments. Attendees are asked
to wear loose, comfortable
clothing and to refrain from
wearing hose or knee-highs,


as this can interfere with the
readings.
Screenings are limited to
the first 100 qualified per-
sons to register. To reserve
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A padded back, to
reduce pressure and enhance
comfort.
A waist strap, which
can help distribute the
weight of the backpack more
evenly.
Parents should be aware
of how heavy their child's
backpack is and whether
their child is at risk for inju-
ry. If the student experiences
pain, tingling or numbness in
the arms or changes posture
while wearing the backpack,
the backpack is too heavy.
"A good slogan to fol-
low is 'pack it light, wear it
right,'" Harris said.


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Public Hearing Notice

Santa Rosa County will hold a public hearing on
Thursday, September 11, 2008 at 9:30 a.m. at the
Santa Rosa County Administrative Complex,
Commissioners Meeting Room, located at 6495
Caroline Street, Milton, FL 32570.

The purpose of the public hearing is twofold; to
consider a recommendation to submit a grant
application for Florida Recreation Development
Assistance Program funds to make improvements
to the Cypress Tree Park located at 5424 Pecos
Pass, Midway, FL, and to solicit public input and
comments regarding the submission of the grant
application and recreational facility needs of the
County.

Any questions regarding the public hearing should
be directed to Sheila Harris, Grants Coordinator at
983-1848. Santa Rosa County adheres to the
American with Disabilities Act and will make rea-
sonable modification to access for services, pro- o
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VIEWPOINTS


Vol. 101, Number 42


Wednesday, September 3, 2008 w w w. s r p r e s s g a z e t t e. c o m Page A6'


OUR VIEW


It's the


Tallahasse


two-step

Americans are getting a school-of-hard knocks
course in Economics. The economy has hit every-
one so hard some public servants will be looking
for something else to do starting in November.
Everyone has been forced to cut back and the
belt-tightening has forced citizens to react in a
negative way. Faced with lost homes, lost jobs
and cars they can't afford to drive, Americans are
increasingly looking for,a way to vent and when
politicians suggest anything in the way of addi-
tional spending, the action quickly paints a target
on their back.
Commissioner John Broxson, for example, says
The Zoo and how he handled the issue may have
cost him the election.
But we think all the blame should not be placed
at the feet of The Zoo.
Blame every group that paraded before the
County seeking dollars. These requests are hard
for citizens to swallow when they face tough times
and hear county officials poor-mouthing.
Issues such as the courthouse, roads, and the
budget also played into the public's apathy or dis-
satisfaction.
The hatred and ire of the voters were directed
at the County and local officials when, in most
cases, the disgust should have been pointed to-
ward Tallahassee where the masters of the politi-
cal mind game succeeded yet again.
They proposed a tax break called Amendment
1.
People all across the State quickly embraced
this tax cut and chance to save money (just as Tal-
lahassee knew they would).
Officials in Santa Rosa County did not increase
the millage rate, yet we didn't save any money. In
short, the Tallahassee shell game worked.
Santa Rosa County officials were going to take
the hit, if you recall, and leave the millage rate
untouched and get less property-generated tax
revenue. So where did the break go?
To Tallahassee, of course.
Dollars that had been earmarked for other proj-
ects were kept in Tallahassee under the guise of a
"budget shortfall."
In the end, all the state politicians did was get
more of our money. The county got less and those
who are at fault were re-elected by a margin close
to 80-20.
The state passes along unfunded mandates and
other initiatives for county governments to follow.
These are services we expect the State to perform,
but the local government ends up picking up the
tab.
Those in Tallahassee sit back in their nice
leather chairs and suits laughing at their local
counterparts while the dollars keep rolling in for
them to waste on pet or frivolous projects.
Now the last laugh could be on all of us.
Two commissioners are leaving Santa Rosa
County and, with a little more support, they could
really make life miserable.
Since everyone is seeking a tax break so badly,
what do you think will happen if they drop the tax
rate a mil or half a mil before leaving office?
According to the new state policies, the county
could not undo such a move.
Yet we would have less money to maintain
roads and everything else we expect the county
to do.
Matters will only get worse if gas goes from
$3.50 a gallon to $5.50 a gallon before the next
budget comes around.
We call politicians dumb, but after watching
the results of Tuesday's primary, we are starting
to wonder who should be putting on the dunce
cap. We're sure these state politicians are dancing
in the street. Step once to the right (make a law),
quickly step two to the left so it looks like it's
all the fault of local government. It makes a great
little dance.
We'll call it the Tallahassee Two-Step.




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They want it all
I am sure you have noticed
he weeping, wailing, and
gnashing of teeth by the
county commissioners, the
state politicians, and those
sent to D.C. about you not
sending them enough mon-
ey for them to waste.
So how much do they
want.
Folks, I believe they
want it all.
Most of you realize how
many taxes you pay, but
because some may not, the
following.


Do you really know how
much in income taxes you
pay? How about the social
security and the Medicare
tax? Do you know the em-
ployer matches both of
these?
How about the sales tax
and the additional amounts
they beg for?
How about the property
tax payments, which even
renters pay and are raised
on a routine basis?
Now five taxes.
How about the auto tag
and drivers license taxes
and the sin taxes?


How about the taxes and
fees, taxes as well, on your
power bill, three of these
on mine.
Now 12 taxes.
How about the taxes and
fees on your phone bill?
Five on mine
How about the taxes and
fees on your cable televi-
sion or satellite bill'? Three
on mine
Now 20 taxes.
How about the federal
and state gas taxes?
Now 22 taxes either an-
nually, monthly, or week-
ly.


How about extra taxes
and fees if you buy a new
car or house?
There are several more- .
taxes and fees if you live in* '
a city, so add these in. '
The evil ones hope most;-C:
people do not know the .
number of taxes they pay.
Has any politician ever
mentioned these to you?'
Again, on definition of
insanity is doing the same
thing repeatedly and ex-
pecting a different result.
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NEWSBriefs


NWF State College
Night
College Night, a free an-
nual event which features
representatives from more
than 80 colleges and univer-
sities from across the nation,
will be held Wednesday,
September 10 from 6:00 to
8:00 p.m. in the College Mall
(building K) of the North-
west Florida State College
Niceville campus.
Sponsored jointly by
NWF State College and the
Okaloosa and Walton Coun-
ty public school districts,
College Night provides
high school students, their
parents, and others the op-
portunity to gather informa-
tion, ask questions and plan
for college. For information,
call NWF State College at
729-5379.

Coastal Encounters
festival
A site of the Beaches to
Woodlands Tour will be
having a Coastal Encoun-
ters Festival on Saturday,
October 4 from 10 a.m. to 3
p.m. at Navarre Park, 8543
Navarre Parkway, Navarre.
Admission is free.
Civic organizations, agen-
cies, artists, 4-H clubs and
school groups are invited to
provide a hands-on activity,
fund raise, provide an edu-
cational display or just at-
tend this fun event! For more
formation contact: Debbie
Holland 983-5359, or Chris
Verlinde 623-3868
Environmental education
hands-on activities will be
provided by local organiza-
tions, agencies, and schools.
Several displays will focus
on various issues such as pro-
tecting our area waterways,
coastal habitats, sharks, wa-
ter safety, disaster prepared-


ness and other local environ-
mental issues. Learn about
marine critters at the touch
tank. Arts & craft activities
will include making mana-
tee masks, build a seagrass
bed, make a sea turtle, fish
painting and much more!
Contact Chris Verlinde at
623-3868 or Debbie Holland
at 983-5359 for more infor-
mation.

City of Milton
meetings
-City of Milton's City
Council will meet in Execu-
tive Session Monday, Sep-
tember 8 at 4 p.m. in Council
Chamber of City Hall, 6738
Dixon Street.
-City of Milton's City
Council will meet in Regu-
lar Session on Tuesday Sep-
tember 9 at 5 p.m. in Council
Chambers of City Hall, 6738
Dixon Street.
-Community Redevel-
opment Agency will meet on
Tuesday, September 9, 2008
at 4:30 p.m. in the Council
Chambers of City Hall, 6738
Dixon Street.
-City of Milton's City
Council will meet in Special
Session on Tuesday, Sep-
tember 9, at 4:45 p.m. in the
Council Chambers of City
Hall, 6738 Dixon Street for
the purpose of discussing the
Tennis Court Improvements
Project at Sanders Street
Park. All meetings are open
to the public. For more infor-
mation on these meetings,
please call 983-5411.

Morning Glory News
Morning Glory Circle of
the Milton Garden Club will
begin their monthly meet-
ings Thursday, September
llth at 9:30 a.m. in the Mil-
ton Garden Center, 5256
Alabama Street, Milton.


Morning Glory officers are
Mary Hayles, Chairman; Al-
ice Meyer, Vice Chairman;
Lee Cole, Secretary; and
Aileen Clarke, Treasurer.
Each month the circle has
a special program. Milton
Garden Club has published
a cookbook in honor of their
60th anniversary and mem-
bers have those available.
Guests are welcome. Please
call Lynn at 675-6744 for ad-
ditional information.

POW/MIA Recognition
Day ceremony
POW/MIA Recognition
Day is the third Friday in
September (19th). This day
honors the commitment and
sacrifices made by our na-
tion's Prisoners of War and
those who are still missing
in action.
The Veterans of Foreign
Wary Post 4833 and the La-
dies Auxiliary will be host-
ing a POW/MIA Ceremony
to show support for our
comrades that are missing or
still prisoner. The ceremony
will be held at our Post home
on Saturday, September 6th
at 2 p.m. The post is located
at 5818 Carroll Road; off
,Avalon approximately 1/2
mile off Highway 90. Guest
speaker will be our honored
guest former POW Judge
Joseph Tarbuck. Please join
with us in this patriotic cer-
emony, honoring our veter-
ans. Refreshments will be
served after the ceremony.
For more details contact
Peggie Carroll at 850-623-
6404.

Artist shows art at
cafe
Carla D. Milam, a north-
west Florida native has re-
leased her newest original
art show at The Mainstreet


Cafe, located at 6820 Caro-
line St. in Milton, Thursday
through Saturday, 11 a.m. to
2 p.m. for lunch, and 5 until
dinner. Carla will be at the
cafe Friday, Sept. 5 from 5
p.m. to close. Come out and
visit with her as she shows
you "Spread Out & Puzzled.
For more information, call
850/983-1472.

Join PJC for 9-11
ceremony
The Pensacola Junior
College Warrington campus
Student Government Asso-
ciation and Student Leader-
ship and Activities invite
first responders and the pub-
lic to their Sept. 11 remem-
brance ceremony.
Join PJC students, faculty
and staff members from 9 to
9:45 a.m. at the Student Cen-
ter, Building 3600, on the
Warrington campus.
Keynote speaker is City of
Pensacola Fire Chief Frank
Edwards. Other speakers in-
clude Escambia County Fire
Rescue Chief Ken Perkins
and Santa Rosa County Fire
Chaplain William Wright.
A reception follows the
program. The Warrington
campus is at 5555 W. High-
way 98. For more informa-
tion, contact Jacinta Straus
at 484-2342, or jstraus@pjc.
edu.

Avalon Beach meeting
The Avalon Beach Hom-
eowners' Association will
meet on Tuesday, September
9 at 6:30 p.m. at the Mulat
Fire Sitaion at the corner
of Sterling Way and Mulat
Road. The meeting will be-
gin at 7 following a covered
dish dinner.
Commissioner Tom Stew-
art will be with the group to
discuss the recent dredging


ELECTION2008


Holt touts Santa Rosa County roots


Special to the Press Gazette

Danny Holt remembers
growing up in Santa Rosa
County when the community
trusted and respected elected
officials. As a local business-
man he recognizes the need
for sound leadership and
made the decision to be the
full time Santa Rosa County
Tax Collector.
Holt's vision is a proac-
tive County government sup-
ported by the people and for
the people; a well managed,
fiscally responsible Tax Col-
lector's office providing effi-
cient and convenient service
to the people of Santa Rosa
County.
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On September 5, 2008,
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wedding anniversary. Jon and
Helen are the parents of Beth
Caulk and Edward Tinsley.
They are also the grandpar-
ents of Tyler, Jon and Lane
Caulk and Emma and Mason
Tinsley.
Jon is retired from the
Kimberly-Clark Corporation
and Helen is retired from
teaching school in Fulton
County, Georgia. They cur-
rently reside in the Mulat
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in accounting practices. He is
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years. Holt has participated
in local government, church
and community activities.
Danny and Bonnie were
married in 1966 and together
began Danny Holt Construc-
tion in 1973. The business
has gained a strong reputa-
tion of integrity and fairness.
Danny and Bonnie have two
children Dan (Pamela) and
Nancy (Richard Brown).
They have four grandchil-
dren: Kristen, Katelin,
Emma Holt and Garrett
Brown. Because of the ex-


cellent quality of life within
Santa Rosa County, Danny
and Bonnie have chosen to
invest their time and give
back to their community.
Holt is a hard working
and honest businessman who
understand the dynamics of
the county. Growing up in
Chumuckla, he learned the
value of the dollar as well as
understanding a man's best
asset is his word. Married for
almost 42 years, Danny and
Bonnie have a stable family
who cares about the heritage
of Santa Rosa County.

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Patriots turn back Raiders' invasion


By BILL GAMBLING
sports@srpressgozette.com

PACE Navarre had
some early opportunities,
but they could not find a way
to crack tfe Patriots defense
and eventually folded 20-3
during Friday's Football
Jamboree.
After winning the coin
toss Pace quickly crossed
into Navarre territory, but a
missed snap count led to the
first of two Patriot turnovers
in the opening minutes of the
game.
Pace's defense held, so
Navarre's first opportunity
to score went by the way.
When the Raiders punt-
ed, opportunity number two
presented itself as the Patri-


ots special teams unit mis-
handled the ball and Navarre
was presented with the sec-
ond opportunity with first
and goal at the Pace eight
yard line.
The Raiders offense
quickly went into reverse
as Anthony Velazquez was
thrown for a five-yard loss n
first down.
Michael Pettus was
stopped at the line of scrim-
mage on second down so the
Raiders went from first and
goal from the eight to third
and goal from the Pace 13.
Navarre settled for a 25-
yard field goal to take a 3-0
lead with 7:18 left in the first
quarter of the varsity game.
Pace's defense set the tone
for the game and watched as


its offense quickly caught
up.
"We were a little slow
starting out, but we did a lot
better job in the second quar-
ter," said Pace head coach
Mickey Lindsey. "I was very
impressed by our defense to-
night.
"They played a large part
in our success tonight."
That would be all the
scoring Navarre could man-
age as Pace got their offense
,on track to score the next 20
points in the second quarter.
Pace's first touchdown
came after the Patriots end-
ed up going 95 yards in 11
plays.
After starting from its
own five-yard line, Pace uti-
lized the arm of senior quar-


terback Aaron Munoz.
As the first quarter drew
to a close, Munoz found
Tyler Bousson for 21 yards
and then Ryan Hanks for 12
yards.
With that momentum
then Munoz found a couple
of running lanes, to turn a
second-and-17 situation at
the Pace 29 to a first and 10
situation at the Navarre 42.
The drive would end with
9:41 left in the half as Travis
Scott rumbled up the middle
for 21 yards to take a 7-3
lead.
Pace's next possession
ended as Munoz found
Hanks for a 13-yard touch-
down with 4:24 remaining

See PATRIOTS B2


Bill Gamblin I Press Gazette
Pace's Quran Tillman returned an interception 40 yards
for the final score of the game during Friday's Kickoff
Classic at Pace High School against the Navarre Raiders.


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Several area teams converged
on the Santa Rosa Soccer
Complex as Futbol Club
Santa Rosa hosted their an-
nual Labor Day Soccer Tour-
nament. Saturday afternoon
saw a very competitive game
between the Navarre Thunder
and the Revolution of Futbol
Club Santa Rosa. Results of
the soccer friendlies were not
available by press time.

Bill Gamblin I Press Gazette


Royals double down Gators


By RANDY DICKSON
Florida Freedom Newpapers
BAKER- Big plays added
up to a big game for Jay in Fri-
day's Kickoff Classic as the
Royals beat Baker 30-15.
The Royals scored on pass
plays of 22 yards, 47 yards
and 54 yards. They also had a
26-yard return of an intercep-
tion for a score.
It wasn't as if the Gators
didn't have big-play capa-
bilities of their own as Baker
scored on a 24-yard Cameron
Domangue run and a 25-yard
touchdown pass from- Do-


mangue to Billy Whatmough.
"It was big plays for both
sides," Jay coach Elijah Bell
said. "We had about half our
game plan ready, but we had a
couple of little pass plays that
we knew if we caught them in
the right coverage we had a
chance to break a big play."
However, it seemed as if
Murphy's Law, which states,
"If something can go wrong it
will, and at the worst possible
time," had taken up resident
on the Gator sideline.
The biggest culprit against
the Gators were interceptions.
Domangue's touchdown


pass to Whatmough was his
only completion in a second
half in which he threw two in-
terceptions, including the one
returned 26 yards for a touch-
down by Chris Carrigan.
Jay jumped in front 8-0
midway through the second
quarter when Carrigan caught
a 22-yard pass from Stephen
Brabham.
The Gators responded
marching 63 yards on four
plays with Domangue scoring
on a great cut back from 24
yards out.
The Gators took their only
lead of the night when Do-


mangue hit Whatmough for
the score early in the third.
Jay came right back with
Barbham teaming up with
Dale Barlow on a 47-yard
strike as the Royals rolled off
22 unanswered points to put
the game away.
"Jay's a team that lines up
in a run formation and beats
us throwing the football," Ga-
tor coach Bob Kellogg said.
"We are a team that lines up
in a spread formation and we
throw three interceptions.
"I don't know. I feel good

See GATORS B2


Milton,


Choctaw battle


to scoreless tie


By JARED MACARIN
Florida Freedom Newspapers

FORT WALTON
BEACH In football de-
fenses are ahead of the of-
fense at the start of the season.
When Milton visited Choctaw-
hatchee High for Friday's Kick-
off Classic it was very evident
as both teams played to a 0-0
tie in two quarters of play.
For the Panthers and coach
Mike McMillion, his defense
did what he expected them to
do.
"The defense got after it,",
said McMillion. "I was proud
of the defensive effort."
His counterpart across the
sideline, first year coach Greg
Thomas wanted to see the ef-
fort his charges would give
against a team they will face
later this season.
"It was good to see the kids
compete," Thomas said. "We
needed that, and I am sure Mil-
ton did too. The big thing was
the effort."
Milton turned in a total of
128 yards of offense with 74 of
those yards coming on 19 car-
ries.
But they could have put the
game away despite the amount
of total yards or the two turn-
overs forced by the Indians'
Midway through the second
quarter Milton had the Indians'
defense back against its own
goal line but they held to pre-
serve the shutout.
"Offensively we are look-
ing for consistency," said Mc-
Million. "But we had some ups
and downs."
The Panthers also enjoyed
some good fortune as Choctaw
had a chance to pull out the win
late, but a 28-yard field goal by
Dillon Drake was wide left
with 1:19 left to play.
Offensively, Milton was led
by running back Cody John-
son, who finished with 29 yards
on seven carries.
Mikey McMillion com-
pleted 3-of-5 passes for 31
yards, while sophomore Matt


Nick Tomecek I Florida
" reedom Newspapers
Milton quarterback Matt
Floyd turns to compete a
handoff during Friday's
Kickoff Classic against
Choctaw. Milton and Choc-
taw played to a 0-0 tie.

Floyd came in later to complete
3-of-6 for 23 yards.
Ethan Powell led the Pan-
thers receiving corps with four
receptions for 31 yards, while
Patrick Lloyd had one catch for
20 yards.
When the two teams meet
again on Oct. 3, one of the In-
dians' offensive weapons to
watch out for will be Le'Keefe
Robinson led the way with 55
yards on three carries, while
David Weber had 40 yards on
seven carries. Weber also went
3-of-8 through the air for 10
yards and an interception.
"Offense was sloppy to-
night with penalties, but aside
from those I thought we looked
OK," Thomas said.
This Friday the Indians will
travel to Gulf Breeze, while
Milton will make a return trip
to Ft. Walton Beach to visit the
Vikings for their regular sea-
son opener.
Roy Moulder was credited
with the interception of We-
ber's pass for the Panthers.
Milton won the JV half 2-0
when a Choctaw punt rico-
cheted off the head of an offen-
sive lineman and rolled back
into the end zone.


Nick Tomecek I Florida Freedom Newspapers
Casey Freeman battles his way for a short gain.


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SPORTSSidelines


Blackwater Saddle Club: The
Blackwater Saddle Club will
host their monthly speed
show Sept. 13 at the East
Milton Arena. Five different
events pole bending, Texas
barrel weave, Blackwater T,
Barrel Race and Arena Race
- will be held in six different
classes. Sign up are at 2 p.m.
and the show starts at 3 p.m.
This is a free event for
the public to come out and
watch.

Panther Passes: Panther
Passes are currently on sale
for $200. This pass is for all
regular season games held
at Milton High School. This
pass will entitle the bearer
and spouse and immediate
family access to the games.
Immediate family being par-
ents and their school age chil-
dren living under one roof.
The reserved seats are on
sale for $42. This includes all
home varsity football games
as well as all 9th and JV home
games. Any questions call
the school at 983-5600.

Pace Football Tickets and
Patriot Passes: Pace High
School has announced ticket
prices this year will be $7
per person at the gate. Ad-
vanced tickets will be sold
for home games at $6 each
and can be purchased at the
athletic office from 9 a.m.
to 4 p.m. on Wednesday and
Thursday, while ticket sales
on Friday will be from 9 a.m.
to noon. Super Patriot Passes
this season are $200 and will
be good for any regular sea-
son home varsity and junior
varsity contests. Tickets are
good for the purchasers and
immediate family under the
same roof. Any questions
you are asked to call the Pace
Athletic Office at 995-3609.

Alumni Night: Milton High
School will have Alumni


Night Sept. 12. A reception
will be held in the gym at
5:30 and all former Milton
High football players are in-
vited to join the team for pre-
game. Milton High alumni
and honorary alumni will
be featured at halftime and
the alumni cheerleaders will
join the current cheerleaders
during the second half

East Milton Youth Associa-
tion: EMYA is starting its fall
league, coed, and men's soft-
ball. The first meeting will
be Sept. 9 at 6:30 p.m. in the
East Milton Youth Associa-
tion Board Room. For more
information call 777-1687.

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 career.
For more information, call
450-2434 or e-mail panther-
wrestling@mchsi.com

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.

Garcon Point Bridge Run:
The Santa Rosa Educa-
tion Foundation is partner-
ing with Mediacom to an-
nounce its inaugural "Con-
necting Education in Santa
Rosa County" Garcon Point
Bridge Run. The special
event for children and adults
supports programs like Take
Stock in Children scholar-
ships, teacher grants, Little
Red Schoolhouse Teacher
Supply Depot, and recogni-


PATRIOTS from page BI


as Greg Peranich added the
extra point to make it 14-3.
Navarre's first year coach
Chad Lashley knew his team
left some points on the field.
"I thought our guys played
hard and with a great deal of
intensity," said Lashley. "We
had a couple of opportunities
and didn't capitalize, while
we made a couple of mis-
takes they quickly turned
into points.
"When you play against a
good football team you can't
afford to make mistakes."
One of those mistakes
Lashley was referring to
was Pace's third touchdown
of the night when
Quran Tillman took a Ve-
lazquez pass and returned it
40 yards for the final touch-
down of the game with 3:11
remaining.
"Against a good football
team you can't make a lot
of mistakes," said Lashley.


"And a team like Pace doesn't
make that many mistakes to
begin with.
"They took advantage of
our mistakes, but when he
had a chance to capitalize on
theirs we couldn't."
Navarre was held to just 38
yards of total offense, while
the Patriots' Bousson caught.
four passes for 54 yards as
Munoz lit up the Raiders de-
fense going 10-of-12 for 147
yards and a touchdown.
Navarre's leading gainer
offensively was Tre'Von Al-
len who gained 12 yards on
just two carries.
The Patriots amassed 240
yards of total offense.
Navarre, who is looking
to make their third consecu-
tive post-season appearance,
will host Rutherford High to
start the season at 7 p.m. on
Sept. 5, while Pace will host
a loaded Pine Forest squad at
7:30 p.m. on Sept. 5 as well.


tion of teachers and student
countywide.
The five-mile run-walk
will be Nov. 15 at 7:30 a.m.
A general entry fee is $15 for
children and $20 for adults.
Registration is available on-
line at active.com or you can
print a registration form at
www.santarosa.kl2.fl.us/sref

Futbol Club of Santa Rosa
Fall Soccer Registration: Reg-
istration is currently ongo-
ing for the fall recreational
season, online registration is
available at the FCSR web-
site www.fcsantarosa.com.
Registration fees range from
$100 to $125, there is an ad-
ditional fee for team jersey.
Individuals interested in
coaching or assisting can
sign up on the volunteer page
while registering their child
or e-mail vicepresident@
fcsantarosa.com. More in-
formation on the recreational
and select soccer programs
is available on the club web-
site.

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 Man-
ning signed Giants football,
an Emmitt Smith signed
Cowboys helmet, a Tra-
vis Fryman signed baseball,
Boo Weekley signed hat
and picture, Haley Millsaps
signed hat and picture, Dan-
ny Wuerffel signed mini-
helmets, and much more.
Ticket sales are underway
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 interest-
ed should inquire at www.


eastmiltonyouthsports.com.

Winter Senior's Bowling
League: Oops Alley is tak-
ing sign-ups for a Winter
Senior's League. The league
will begin play on Sept. 4 at
9:30 a.m.
The league will last 15
weeks with a league cost of
$8 per person per week.
For more information,
call 995-9393 or 623-6807.

Charity Golf Tournament:
Area firefighters and others
are hosting the Great Balls
of Fire Gharity Golf Tourna-
ment at Scenic Hills Coun-
try Club on Sept. 12. This
tournament will benefit the
American Lung Association
and will get underway with a
shotgun start at 1 p.m. Spon-
sorships are available and
the cost is $85 a player or
$320 a foursome. For more
information, call 478-LUNG
(5864).

Golf for Globe: Globe In-
ternational is looking for
sponsors and players for it's
first annual golf tournament
on Sept. 26 at the Lost Key
Golf Club. The tournament
features a 4-person scramble
and an 8 a.m. shotgun start.
Tournament entry includes
lunch, goody bags, cart and
green fees, contests and door
prizes. Globe International
is a faith-based organiza-
tion that provides services to
missionaries and humanitar-
ian aid programs around the
world. For more information
or to register, call 453-3453.

More activities can be
found at www.srpressga-
zette.com. Look for the box
called 'Things to Do'.
There you can check on
activities by zip code or ac-
tivity. And you are also more
than welcome to enter your
events there as well.


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Ann Spann I Florida Freedom Newspapers
Rush Hendricks carries the football for the Jay Royals as
they defeated the Baker Gators 30-15 in Friday's Kickoff
Classic in Baker.


about our team even in the
midst of the mess. We just
made too many turnovers and
they made big plays when we
didn't."
A 54-yard touchdown re-
ception by Hunter Boutwell put
the Royals up 22-15. Carrigan's
interception return closed out


the scoring.
The Gators held Jay to
just 72 yards rushing, but the
Royals hit the airways for 171
yards.
Despite a poor night throw-
ing the ball, Domangue was
still able to run for 143 yards on
17 carries.


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UWF soccer off



to strong start


Press Gazette Staff Reports

No. 19 West Florida bat-
tled Thomas University to a
1-1 tie on the road on Sunday
afternoon in non-conference
men's soccer action. UWF
will return from the season-
opening weekend with a re-
cord of 1-0-1 while Thomas
now stands at 0-1-1.
Thomas did not take long,
scoring after just 16 seconds
when Alex Fleming headed
in a cross from Luciano
Lorca after the opening kick-
off. UWF scored the equal-
izer in the 69th minute on a
corner kick by senior Matt
Williams when he found
freshman Kian Mikhchi on
the back post.
Physical play marked
much of the second half, and
neither team could score the
go-ahead goal, pushing the
game into overtime. After
two scoreless overtime pe-
riods, the teams went home
with a tie.
Junior Thomas Olmsted
made his UWF debut in
goal, playing all 110 min-
utes and allowing just one
goal. His Thomas counter-
part Jan Feldman made five
saves and limited the Argos
to one goal.
UWF led the shot count
20-12, and the team pushed
forward especially hard in
the second half with a shot
advantage of 9-2.
The Argonauts will host
Saint Leo in the 2008 season
opener at the UWF Soccer
Complex on Friday, Septem-
ber 5 at 5:00 p.m.
On Friday, after a score-
less first half, the No. 19 Uni-
versity of West Florida men's
soccer team scored twice
and held on for a 2-0 victory
at non-conference opponent
Flagler in the 2008 season
opener on Friday. Seniors
Matt Brooks and Rafael Se-
gal scored for UWF to give
the Argonauts a 1-0 record to
start the season, while Fla-
gler fell to 0-1.
Brooks' goal came less
than two minutes into the
second half, and he was as-
sisted by fellow senior mid-
fielder Matt Williams on a
rebound off a Flagler defend-
er. The Argos held strong
with a one goal lead until Se-
gal found the back of the net
in the 89th minute thanks to
an assist by senior midfielder
Lance Nelson.
Sophomore goalkeeper
David McNally held the
Saints scoreless to pick up
the shutout, stopping two
shots on goal along the way.
Flagler goalkeeper Chandler
Gay finished the match with
three saves.
Despite playing just 45
minutes, Segal was the most
active player on offense for
UWF, attempting four shots,
two of which were on goal.
Fredrik Ericsson attempted
a team-high three shots for
Flagler.
The Saints finished the
game with a 14-13 shot ad-
vantage, and each squad was
awarded six corner kicks.

Lady Argonauts See
Continued Success
Five first half goals pro-
pelled the University of West
Florida women's soccer team
to a 5-0 shutout at NAIA op-
ponent Thomas University
in non-conference play on
Sunday afternoon. The Ar-
gonauts improved to 2-0 on
the young season, while the
Night Hawks fell to 0-2.


Juniors Marcela Franco
and Dernelle Mascall each
scored twice and notched
an assist during the first
half scoring barrage. Se-
nior Sheka Codner scored as
well, and UWF also received
assists from juniors Jodi Ga-
lucci and Shaneka Gordon.
The Argos got on the
board first just two minutes
in as Mascall drew a foul in
the penalty area,,leading to
a penalty kick goal for Fran-
co. UWF took a 2-0 lead on
Franco's second goal, con-
necting with Gordon and
Mascall on passes through
the right side at the 14:31
mark. Less than two min-
utes later Franco sent a long
ball into the box from the left
side, and Codner collected a
rebound from the goalkeeper
to put UWF ahead by three.
Mascall then went to
work, continuing her goal-
scoring prowess after an
All-American season in
2007. Her first goal came at
26:54 with an assist by Ga-
lucci, and she scored again
two minutes later after drib-
bling through defenders
down the center of the field.
Courtney Jones and Lau-
ren Byrd each saw time in
goal for UWF, facing just
two shots from the Night
Hawks combined. Heather
Collins made eight saves in
goal for Thomas.
The Argos held a 33-2
shot advantage and attempt-
ed 11 corner kicks to their
opponents' one.
University of West Flor-
ida women's soccer Head
Coach Joe Bartlinski re-
corded career win number
300 in the Argonauts' com-
manding 6-0 victory at Fla-
gler to open to 2008 season
on Friday. Junior Shaneka
Gordon scored twice in her
UWF debut and five differ-
ent players found the net for
the Argos.
West Florida (1-0) did not
waste time, jumping out to a
lead on Gordon's first goal in
the third minute thanks to an
assist from junior Dernelle
Mascall. Mascall scored
her first of the year in the
seventh minute, with junior
Marcela Franco adding an
assist. Senior Sheka Cod-
ner closed out the first half
scoring at the 42:38 mark off
an assist from junior Kaley
Morris.
Gordon again set the pace
in the second half, putting
.UWF ahead 4-0 at 49:09
with an assist from Codner.
Franco joined the frenzy
in the 59th minute, scoring
off a chip pass on Mascall's
second assist. Freshman
Cholena Russo closed out
the scoring at 74:30, with
fellow freshman Courtney
Kolloff providing the assist.
Freshman Katie Harms
got the start in goal, and she
was largely untested, facing
only three shots from Fla-
. gler and making one save in
the shutout. Saints keeper
Cristina Brabson stopped
eight shots and allowed five
goals, before giving way for
Kaitlyn Goffe, who made
one save and allowed one
goal.
The Argonauts dominat-
ed the shot count, besting
Flagler 23-3 including 14-2
in the first half. UWF also
was awarded five corner
kicks to the Saints' one.
Bartlinski now stands
at 300-50-13 in his career
spanning 20 seasons, and in
his eighth year at UWF he is
now 105-20-8.


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Santa Rosa's Press Gazette I Page B3


Kornerstone


Immanuel Baptist Church
members are excited about
the Fall Focus Groups that
will begin on Sunday night,
September 7"' at 5 p.m. Our
church has four sessions an-
nually. They are Fall, Winter,
Spring and Summer. These
classes address the needs
of the church as well as the
family. Please read the brief
explanation about each one
of these classes. The public
is invited to attend. Greeters
will meet you at our Wel-
come Center, which is lo-
cated at the front entrance of
our Activity Building.
Laugh Your Way To
A Better Marriage Ex-
perience Mark Gungor's
hilarious, practical, and no-
holds-barred advice about
relationships through this
study. Explore the underly-
ing dynamics of male/fe-
male relationships and learn
practical solutions to com-
mon relationship woes. This
will be your opportunity to
strengthen, improve, and en-
rich your marriage. It is also
a great tool for pre-marital
instruction. Daniel & Leslie
Lovelace, teachers. Work-
book $11.00
The Man I Want To Be:
Finding Your Way to a


* Life That Counts Follow
Neal Jeffrey's study as he
explores the importance of
being: A man who believes,
a man who is brave, a man
who behaves, and more.
Tim Wyrosdick, teacher.
Workbook $11.00
Go Fish Andy Stan-
ley takes the struggle out
of sharing your faith. Learn
how believers can make
evangelism a natural, easy
part of everyday life. Work-
book $7.00
Fatal Distractions:
Avoid the downward spiral
of sin (College/Career) -
In today's culture, the term
"sin" is not very popular.
Instead, we are classified as
victims of dysfunction who
make "mistakes" and "bad
choices." TV talk show hosts
tell us "I'm okay and you're
okay." But the Bible gives a
very different message, we
have a serious sin problem,.
that will destroy 'our lives
from the inside out. We don't
have to be victims. Christ
can help us turn our lives
away from these "Fatal Dis-
tractions." Sandra Wyrosk-
ick, teacher.
Workbook $8.00
Making Great Kids -
It's what all parents hope


for. There is no more chal-
lenging or fulfilling goal
than raising children to be-
come great kids. There are
no formulas and guarantees
for parents when it comes to
raising children. The greatest
Parent of them all, God, has
had rebellious children. And
yet, the Bible is full of guide-
lines and principles that of-
ten yield amazing results.
Paul & Rhonda Wyrosdick,
teachers. Workbook $7.00
Managing Our Fi-
nances God' Way: Crown
- Did you know that there
are 2,350 verses in Scrip-
ture about money? Did you
know that nearly half of Je-
sus' parables are about pos-
sessions? Jesus talked more
about money than He did
about Heaven and Hell. The
Bible is packed with wisdom
counsel for your financial
life. This groups study will
be an excellent resource for
biblical financial manage-
ment. Doug Miller, teacher
Workbook $17.00-
Finding Your Place of
Service A study of the
spiritual gifts. When a be-
liever knows his or her spiri-
tual gift and begins using it
in ministry, they find fulfill-
ment and purpose in their


Christian walk. Cindy Rob-
erts, teacher
Becoming A Contagious
Christian Student Edition
Designed to help students
(grades 6-12) discover and
. develop their unique evange-
lism styles. This study shows
ordinary students how they
can share the gospel in a nat-
ural and powerful way while
being the person God made
them to be. Dustin Gray,
teacher. Workbook $7.00
Revelation Verse by
verse study of the Book of
Revelation. Over the centu-
ries, prophecies have come
and gone; yet the book that
the Apostle John wrote near
the close of the first century
is with us still. In this book,
the Holy Spirit pulls back
the curtain and gives us the
privilege of seeing the glori-
fied Christ in heaven and the
fulfillment of His sovereign
purposes in the world. Rob-
ert Cates, teacher
AWANA begins at 5 p.m.
also Sunday, September 7.
This is for children ages 3
through 5th grade. Our Eve-
ning Worship service begins
at 6 p.m. There is a place for
every member of the family
as, we gather at Immanuel
Baptist Church.


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Wesley Memor.ial United
Methodist Church and
Covenant Church of God,
both in Pea Ridge, helped
to kick off the school year.
with its second annual Back
to School Bash. Over 1,500
.kids turned out for this event
which featured puppet
shows, entertainment, self
defense classes, prize give-
aways and so much more.
The big part of this free
day was to offer free heath
screenings, hair cuts, and
school supplies.
Bill Gamblin I Press Gazette


KORNERSTONEBriefs

Bible Study to meet Wednesdays
Bible Study Fellowship for women and children, ages
2 Pre-K, meets on Wednesdays at 9:10 a.m. at East Brent
Baptist Church, Pensacola. This is an international, interde-
nominational Bible study of The Life of Moses. An introduc-
tion class will be held on Sept. 10th and 17th for interested
women. No children this day please. For more information,
please contact Cindy Massey at 437-9743.

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

Dear Pastor Gallups, "What are the Davinchi
Reports? They supposedly say that Jesus and Mary
Magdalene were married. Please set me straight." P. G. -
Milton
Dear P.G.,
The Da Vinci Code by Dan Brown was released in
March 2003 and has sold more than 4.5 million copies.
Some time back, ABC aired a primetime special entitled
Jesus, Mary and Da Vinci: Exploring Controversial
Theories About Religious Figures and the Holy Grail.
The Da Vinci Code complete with footnotes of
source materials-is a novel, but in a controversial intro-
ductory note, Brown writes,- "all descriptions of docu-
ments and secret rituals are accurate." This claim is
highly disputed by Biblical and historical scholars.
Two of the most controversial theological platforms
of his book are:

1. Mary was Jesus' wife and the mother of his chil-
dren
2. Da Vinci's painting, The Last Supper was encoded
to show Jesus' relationship with Mary.
Any serious student of the Bible or of accurately doc-
umented history can easily dispute these ridiculous
claims.
What do we know for certain about Mary
Magdalene? First, her name was not Mary. It was
Miriam. Second, she did not have the last name,
'Magdalene.' Like many ancient Near Eastern people,
she was distinguished from others through mention of
her place of birth or residence-in this case Magdala.
One of the things that set Jesus' ministry apart from
that of others was he recruited and traveled with both
female and male followers. Most early Jews, who
believed women should only travel with their own kin,
would have viewed this activity as scandalous. Miriam
of Magdala was one of Jesus' disciples and traveled with
him and the Twelve.
We have more than enough real evidence to say that
Miriam was a very important disciple and witness for
Jesus. We can also say that there is absolutely no early
historical evidence that Miriam's relationship with Jesus
-was anything other than that of a faithful disciple to her
Master. I hope this helps clear up the matter, P.G.
Carl Gallups is the Pastor of Hickory Hammock Baptist Church. in Milton. He has a Bachelor
of Science degree from Florida State University, and a Master of Divinity from The New Orleans
Baptist Theological Seminary. He has been pastor of HHBC since 1987. He serves as an
International Youth Evangelist for the Southern Baptist Convention preaching all over the U.S. and
Canada. For more information about HHBC,.call 623-8959 or 626-8951, fax: 623-0197. If you have
any questions for Ask The Preacher, send it to: Ask The Preacher, Hickory Hammock Baptist
Church, 8351 Hickory Hammock Road, Milton, Florida 32583-paid advertisement


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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE FIRST JUDICIAL CIR-
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ROSA COUNTY, FLORIDA
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YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an ac- Dated: August 6, 2008.
tion has been filed against you
and that you are required to CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT
serve a copy of your written de- COURT
senses, if any, to it on Kimberly CIRCUIT COURT SEAL
Keyser, whose address is By: Carmen Emery
11329 Munson Hwy. Milton Fl Deputy Clerk
32570 on or before September
8, 2008, and file the original 081308
with the clerk of this Court at 082008
Clerk of the Circuit Court's Of- 082708
fice, Santa Rosa County, before 090308
service on Petitioner'or immedi- 81887
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at the Clerkic of the Circuit ROSA COUNTY, FLORIDA
Court's office. you may re- JUVENILE DIVISION
view these documents CASE NO. 06-DP-204
upon request.
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notified of your current
address. (You may file MINOR CHILDREN
Notice of Current Address,
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proved Family Law Form Father of: the above mi-
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child, born in Brevard County, IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
Florida, by the Department of THE FIRST JUDICIAL CIR-
Children and Family Services CUIT, IN AND FOR SANTA
for subsequent adoption, and ROSA COUNTY FLORIDA
you are hereby commanded to JUVENILE DIVISION
be and appear before the Hon- CASE NUMBER 07-DP-169
orable Marci L. Goodman,
Judge of the Circuit Court in IN THE INTEREST OF: .
and for Santa Rosa County,
Florida, at the Santa Rosa ;.S. 10/24/2007
County Courthouse, on the 25th formerly known as S.H.
day of September, 2008 at
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pear on the date and at the time
specified or send a written re- TO: Kirsh n Harbuck,
sponse to the Court prior to that Mother oa above refer-
time. enced child
Address and whereabouts
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AS A PARENT TO THE who is a male child born on the
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the Seal thereof this 24th before the Honorable Marci L.
day of July, 2008. Goodman, Judge of the Circuit
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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE FIRST JUDICIAL CIR-
CUIT, IN AND FOR SANTA
ROSA COUNTY, FLORIDA
JUVENILE DIVISION
CASE NUMBER 07-DP-169
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S.S. 10/24/2007
formerly known as S.H.
A MINOR CHILD
TO: Russell Snead, Father
of above referenced child
Address and whereabouts
unknown
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that a Petition under oath has
been filed in the above styled
Court for the termination of pa-
,',il,:hi :- f/k/a S.H.,
i..l q ,G mu6 child born on the
24th day of October, 2007, in
Santa Rosa Count Florida, by
the Department of children and
Family Services, for subsequent
adoption, and you are hereby
commanded to be and appear
before the Honorable Morci L.
Goodman, Judoe of the Circuit
Court in and for Santa Rosa
County, Florida, at the Navarre
Community Center, located at
1917 Navarre School Road,
Navarre, Florida 32566, on the
22nd day of September,- 2008,
at 9:00 a.m. You must either
appear on the date and at the
time specified or send a written
response to the Court priar to
that time.
'YOUR FAILURE TO APPEAR OR
RESPOND SHALL BE TREATED
AS A CONSENT TO TERMINA-
TION OF PARENTAL RIGHTS
AND YOU SHALL PERMA-
NENTLY LOSE ALL LEGAL
RIGHTS AS A PARENT TO THE
CHILD NAMED IN THE PETI-
TION FOR TERMINATION OF
PARENTAL RIGHTS.
WITNESS my hand as the.Clerk
of- said Court and the Seal
thereof, this 14 day of August,
2008.
CLERK OF COURT
SANTA ROSA COUNTY, FLOR-
IDA
CIRCUIT COURT SEAL
By: Nicki Norton
Deputy Clerk
082008
082708
I 090308
091008
8/910
Legal 8/912
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE FIRST JUDICIAL CIR-
CUIT, IN AND FOR SANTA
ROSA COUNTY, FLORIDA
JUVENILE DIVISION
CASE NUMBER 07-DP- 154
IN THE INTEREST OF
S.S. 04/06/2007
A MINOR CHILD
TO: Benjamin Diaz, Father
of above referenced child
Address and whereabouts
unknown
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that a Petition under oath has
been filed in the above styled
Court for the termination o pa-
rental rights of S. S., who is a
female child born on the 6th
day of April 2007 by the De-
oartment of Children and Family
Services, for subsequent adop-
tion, and you are hereby com-
manded to be and appear be-
fore the Honorable Marci L.
Goodman, Judre of the Circuit
Court in and for Santa Rosa






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CLERK OF COURT
SANTA ROSA COUNTY, FLOR-
IDA
CIRCUIT COURT SEAL
By: Nicki Norton
Deputy Clerk
082008
082708
090308
091008
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nd
arl Elliott, Father CLERK OF CC
SANTA ROSA
OU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED IDA
at a Petition under oath has CIRCUIT CO
een filed in the above sled By: Suzanne I
ourt for the termination of pa- Deputy Clerk
mental rights of W.E., a female
child, born in Escambia County 082008
labama, on the 20th day of 082708
inuary 2000, by the Depart- 090308
ent of Children and Family 091008
services, for subsequent adop- 8916
on, and you are hereby com-
anded to be and appear be-
ore the Honorable Marci L
oodman, Judge of the Circuit
ourt in and for Santa Rosa
county, Florida, at the Santa
osa County Courthouse, on the Legal 8/969
5th day 9q September, 2008 ,
9:00 a.m. You must either IN THE CIRC
pear on the date of and at THE FIRST
e time specified or send a CUIT, IN AN
written response to the Court ROSA COUI
ior to that time. JUVENILE D
SCASE NUMIII


YOUR FAILURE TO APPEAR
OR RESPOND SHALL BE
TREATED AS A CONSENT
TO TERMINATION OF PA-
RENTAL RIGHTS AND YOU
*SHALL PERMANENTLY
LOSE ALL LEGAL RIGHTS
AS A PARENT TO THE
CHILD NAMED IN THE PETI-
TION FOR TERMINATION
OF PARENTAL RIGHTS.


5th day of August,

COURT
A COUNTY, FLOf-
URT SEAL
Brooks


CUIT COURT OF
JUDICIAL CIR-
ND FOR SANTA
NTY FLORIDA
VISION
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IN THE INTEREST OF
TRINITY MARIE ROPER
04/02/2003 R
JORDAN LEIGH HOLLIS
10/10/2006
MINOR CHILDREN
TO: Joshua Leigh Hollis, bi-
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WIN:ESS my hand as the Clerk afeogcae, ',er o.H above
of said Court and the Seal referenced child, J.H. only
Legal 8/916
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF C
THE FIRST JUDICIAL CIR-
CUIT IN AND FOR SANTA Divorce 149, Wills 30
ROSA COUNTY, FLORIDA
JUVENILE DIVISION Name Change 149
CASE NO. 06-DP-137 Centipede- FREE Typing. Call for
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Address and whereabouts
unknown
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that a Petition under oath has
been tiled in the abave styled
Court for he termination oF pa-
rental rights of J.H. who is a
male child born on the 10th day
of October, 2006, in Escambia
County, Florida, by the Depart-
ment of Children and Family
Services, for subsequent adop-
tion, and you are hereby com-
manded to be and appear be-
fore the Honorable Morci L.
Goodman, Judge of the Circuit
Court in and or Santa Rosa
County, Florida, at the Navarre
Community Center, located at
1917 Navarre School Road,
Navarre, Florida 32566, on the
22nd day of September, 2008,
at 9:00 a.m. You must either
appear on the date and at the
time specified or send a written
response to the Court prior to
tha time.
YOUR FAILURE TO APPEAR
OR RESPOND SHALL BE
TREATED AS A CONSENT
TO TERMINATION OF PA-
RENTAL RIGHTS AND YOU
SHALL PERMANENTLY
LOSE ALL LEGAL RIGHTS
AS A PARENT TO THE
CHILD NAMED IN THE PETI-
TON FOR TERMINATION
OF PARENTAL RIGHTS.
WITNESS my hand as the
Clerk of std Court and
the Seal thereof, this 20th
ay of August, 2008.
CLERK OF COURT
SANTA ROSA COUNTY, FLOR-
IDA
CIRCUIT COURT SEAL
By: Suzanne Brooks
Deputy Clerk
082708
090308
091008
091708
8/969

-Legal 8/970
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE FIRST JUDICIAL CIR-
CUIT, IN AND FOR SANTA
ROSA COUNTY, FLORIDA
JUVENILE DIVISION
CASE NUMBER 07-DP-39
IN THE INTEREST OF:
TRINITY MARIE ROPER
04/02/2003
JORDAN LEIGH HOLLIS
10/10/2006
MINOR CHILDREN
TO: Samantha Roper Flem-
ing, natural mother of
above referenced child,
J.H. only
Address and whereabouts
unKnown


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YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED senses, if any, to it on Cindy Run your ad STATE-
that a Petition under oath has Wilt, whose address is 5422 WIDE Run your classi-
been filed in the above styled Pond View Dr. Milton, FL Wi R yu c
Court for the termination aopa- 32570 on or before September fled ad in over 100 Flor-
rental rights of J.H who is a 29 2008 and file the original ida newspapers reaching
male chid born on the 10 day with the clerk of this Court at over 4 MILLION readers.
of October, 2006, in Escambia 6865 Caroline St., Milton FL I raes
County, Florida, by the Depart- 32570, before service on 'eti.- Call this newspaper or
meant of Children and Family onerorimmediaely hereafter. (866)742-1373 for more
Services, for subsequent adop- If you fail to do so, a de- details or visit: www.
rion, and you are hereby cam- fault may Pe entered idclsf
handed to be and appear be- against you for the relief florida-classifieds.com.
fore the Honorable Marci L. demanded in the petition.
Goodman, Judqe of the Circuit _
Court in and for Santa Rosa Copies of all court docu-
County, Florida, at the Navarre ments in this case, In- AD I
Community Center, located at cluding orders are avaia-
1917 Navarre School Road,ble atThe Clerk of the Cir- | 1130
Navarre, Florida 32566, on the cuit Court's office. You
22nd day of September, 2008, may review these docu- Pregnant? Considering
at 9:00 a.m. You must either ments upon request, adoption? A successful
appear on the date and at the
time specified or send a write You must keep the Clerk educated woman seeks
response to the Court prior to of the Circuit Court's office to adopt, and needs your
thattime. notified of your current help Will be a loving
YOUR FAILURE TO APPEAR Noticeo Current dress full-time mom. Financial
OR RESPOND SHALL BE Florida Supreme Court Ap- security. Expenses paid.
TREATED AS A CONSENT proved Family Law Form Call Lisa. 800)
TO TERMINATION OF PA- 12.915.) Future apers i 900-2980 pin 00. FL
RENTAL RIGHTS AND YOU is lawsuit will e maile
SHALL PERMANENTLY to the address on record Bar# 0 15689.
LOSE ALL LEGAL RIGHTS at the clerk's office.
AS A PARENT TO THE
CHILD NAMED IN THE PETI- WARNING: Rule 12.285 Flor
TION FOR TERMINATION ida Family Law Rules of Proce-
OF PARENTAL RIGHTS. dure, requires certain automatic
disclosure of documents and in- 1170 |
ITNESS my hand as the formation. Failure to comply can
te Seal thereof this 20th missal or striking of pleadings. __
oa y saieou and rsutlin soactrans,0incldingdis JEANETTE HUof
y of August, 2008. Dated: August 22, 2008.
CLERK OF COURT
SANTA ROSA COUNTY, FLOR- CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT :
IDA COURT
CIRCUIT COURT SEAL CIRCUIT COURT SEAL
By: Suzanne Brooks By: Carmen Emery
Deputy Clerk Deputy Clerk t.
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THE JUDICIAL CIRCUIT Publisher's Supplies
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COUNTY, FLORID42 Freedom Communica- Wanted
Division: E tions, Inc. )dba Santa 2150 Pet Memorials
Rosa s Press Gazette and
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9 6:00 p.m. This bank
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6130 Condo/Townhouse
6140 House Rentals
6150 Roommate Wanted
6160 Rooms for Rent
6170 Mobile Home/Lot
6180 Out-of-Town Rentals
6190 Timeshare Rentals
6200 Vacation Rentals


S o6100 L_ 110
Waterfront
OFFICE OR RETAIL Apartment
space for ent 750 sq. ft. 2 bedrooms. Large living
Utilities, phone, desk & room with white stone
filing cabinets included, fireplace. Built-in BBQ pit
Close to Interstate 10. and whirlpool bath, etc.
Great for beauty shop, Senior citizens and Mill-
law office, etc. $900. tary discount. Call
month (850)525-9688 626-8973


OFFICE SPACE [ 6140
Office/retail space for
lease. Sm/Med sizes 3BR/2BA Foreclo-
available. Reasonable surely $11 0001 Onl
rates. Great Highway $199/Mol 5% down 20
90 location, Mtn Ask years @ 8% apr. Buy,
about 1st month free of- 4/BR $259/Mol For list-
fer. Call Steve @ (850) in8s (800)366-9783 Ext
341-1952 5/98.
A Bank Repo for
Sale! 4/BR $25,0001
Only $225/Mol 3/BR
,$12,500! Only 199/
4 : Mol 5% down 20 years
6110 @ 8% apr. for listings
FI-- _01 10 -77 800)366-9783 Ext
A Bank Repo for
Sale 4/BR $25000'ALLENTOWN
Only $225/Mol '3/BR HOUSE FOR RENT
$12,5001 Only 199/ 2 bedroom / 1 bath with
Mol 5% down 0 years game room. $600
@ 8% apr. for listings month $500 deposit.
.86060366-9783 Extn623-0758 e
6 Available now:
Clean, newly painted
1600 sq.ft. home.
SCountry setting in the
1 BD/1 BA apartment er hook-up. Rent
Close to Hospital. $25 up. Renth
Great for sing adult. 850-981-9695
Total electric.Water and
garbage pick up in- FOR SALE OR LEASE
eluded. No pets. (PACE, FL)
623-5697 2240 sq. ft.
(leave message) 4 bedroom/2 bath,
great room, formal living
-- -- and dining rooms, break-
fast areatbr, 2 car gar-
Milton age cable/satellite TV
2 bedroom 1 bath apart- hookups, ceiling fans,
ment. (off Stewart Street). fireplace, microwave,
$495. month $495. dishwaser, stove, rerig-
dep. Don Cumbie Realty erator, all brick con-
626-8959 or 377-6787 struction, hip roof, front
porch, 2 years old, lo-
--cated off ast Spencer
Field Road in quiet
Milton friendly neighborhood.
2/1 Duplex. New appli- Under market value.
ances. Central heat & PURCHASE: $229,999.,
air. Washer & Dryer. LEASE: $1 300 m., plus
$480/month $150/dep. dep. Call 50-642-2121
995-0954 or 850-983-1777
Milton

Cyanamid Rd.
2/BR 2/BA with laun- -
dryroom. Up stairs with For KRent
balcony. Water included. 3 bedroom
No dogs. $650 plus de- -brick home
posit. $100 discount ,,
with coupon. 712-9968 Close to Whiting Field,
schools & shopping.
Vertical blinds, covered
patio, large backyard,
N.. ..h ,... ceramic ti[ e & travertine
Near Whiting flooring. $795 month
2 bed, 1 bath duplex. lus deposit Call:
$495 month, $495dep. 850-758-7606 for
Call Don Cumbie Realty showing appointment.
377-6787


BAPTIST
I JAY HOSPITAL

JAY HOSPITAL IS ACCEPTING
APPLICATIONS FOR THE FOLLOWING:

SWINGBED COORDINATOR FT, DAYS, High school diploma
or equivalent. Certified nursing assistant in the state of FL;
CPR certification.

CNA- FT; 7a-7p or 7p-7a, HS/GED with current FL CNA
certificate.
REGISTERED NURSE MED-SURG; FT, PT, OR PRN ALL
SHIFTS; FL LICENSE REQUIRED.

MEDICAL TECHNOLOGIST PRN weekend shifts; Perform
clinical procedures, medical laboratory tests, quality control,
instrument maintenance and trouble shooting, accurate
recording and reporting of test results, reagent preparation
and phlebotomy. Certification as a Medical Technologist.

Positions available at Jay Hospital, Baptist Health Care Affiliate.
Applications accepted online:
apply at www.ebaptisthealthcare.org.




Andora Deer Run

Country Village


Now Accepting Applications
For I & 2 Bedroom


Apartments

Call
994-4353


Milton 2 bedroom mobile
2 bedroom 1 bath home for rent. Front &
duplex 6846 Roundup back porch. Fenced back
Lane. Washer & Dryer in- yard.Air conditioning.
eluded $550 per month 623-5145
$500 Deposit (850)
384-2076 Beautiful 3 bedroom,
Milton 2 bath mobile home with
4 bedrooms/3 1/2 woods on three sides and
baths 2,300 sq. ft. private drive. No pets.
home for rent. Private 3 roof of employment and
acres, deck, gazebo references required.
carport & large shed. $700 month. 994-7982
Avalon area of Milton
$1 600 mo. 698-0134, E. Milton
637-5073, 994-9665 14' wide 2 bedroom,
Milton 2 bath. Water &
Milton rba. included. $450.
Gorgeous, custom, -62
completely renovated 2
bedroom, 1 bath home. E. Milton
6447 Skyline Drive. 2bed/1bath mobile
1,2, 3 year leases. $50 home. 425 month,
application fee. Credit/ $45 Don Cumbie
background check. Call Realt. 626-8959/
426-2525 / 626-4266. 377 6787
Showing by appointment 3
only. For rent
only 2 bedrooms Front
Milton/Pine BIos- kitchen with dishwasher
som area FOR RENT and microwave. Total
OR SALE Newly remod- electric. East Gate
eled. Large, brick, 3 Mobile Home Ranch
bedroom home with 626-8973
central heat & air in__
quiet neighborhood. FOR RENT:
No pets. $r000 month M 14 80.
plus deposit. Mobile home, 14 X 80.
50-6-8526 or Spacious & nice. 2 bed-
50-638-8526 aor i u2 a ter
850-373-8771 rooms, 2 baths. Water
85 1 and garbage furnished.
$500 per month.
N. Miltonbhiting area. 8295 Hickory Hammock
3 bed, 2 bath. Road. 623-2650
$650per month $350. _
de osit. (850)63-5062 Jay/Milton/Pace
(8 0)554-7830 Rentals 2 & 3 bed-
Lonnie Joiner rooms. $400-$650 per
Pace month.Section 8/Hud ac-
3/2 with 1 car garage, cepted. Call 994-5703
Off Woodbine Road. All
appliances, hard wood Milton
floor and large, fenced 1 Mile south of Whit-
yard. $950 a month plus ing Field. 2 bedrooms
deposit. (850)292-0983 with air, covered entry &
all electric. Just remod-
Pace eled, washer hook-up.
3/2 with fireplace, $375/mth, $300/dep.
sun room and privacy unfurnished. Includes gar-
fenced yard witshed. bage pick up. No pets.
2500 sq. ft. $1050 62-8753
month, $800 deposit.
References required. Milton
255-2590 2/1 mobile home in
Pace Park. Total electric.
3/BR 2/BA double car 6641 Hinote Street.
garage with fenced back $435 month, $200 dep.
yard. Available now. Water and garbage fur-
Military clause honored. nished. Nopets.
Pets allowed with pet fee Baycrest Realty,
of $300. $950 month. 994-7918
$800. deposit. Call
850-501-0273 or Milton
529-7899 3/2 doublewide.
SAc r Don Cumbie Realty.
3578 Acy Lowery Rd. 626-8959 or 377-6787
Spacious brick home with
a large, enclosed pool. ilo
3.5 acres. 5br/4.5 Milton
baths 3 614 rS. MOBILE HOMES FOR
$1 595 month. RENT. 368-7506 or
Ca 47-4607 983-7259
Eric Gleaton Realty, Inc.
Pace Milton
4/2/2 Split FLP Newly remodeled.
home Large) 2 bedroom 1
non-smokers. Credit bath. Central eat
check required. (At rent- & air.All utilities
ers expense) $ 1200/mth included, plus lawn
$1000/deposit service. New stove
5342 English Oaks Dr. &new refrigerator.
850-826-0832 Nicely furnished.
IOn quiet 1/2 acre.
Quiet and clean 2 $150 per-week,
bedroom office, sun- 1 st/lasf, $200 se-
room, 1 1/2 bath, ch/a, curity' deposit. Call
covered porch, work- 623-9112
shop. 5381 Williams St. or 384-2386
near MHS $615 mth. I ------
$615 dep. 623-9902 Mi
or 375-4515 Milton
o 4 Quiet Clean Park
SRB / CR 393 N Rent includes water, gar-
3br, 2ba bage and lawn service.
,1800 sch No Pets.
18t 0 I2/2 for $500/month.
$1300 + D Call 2/2 for $400/month
813-732-5321 Cal 698-4582
Venice New 1 and
2 bedroom homes Milton
from $900 per month in RENT TO OWN
active lifestyle community 2bed/lbath, 14 wide
with waterfront sites, re- in Marlborough Village.
sort amenities, on-site ac- New wood floors and
tivities and events. (866) fenced yard. Wheelchair
823-9860. accessible. $495. per
month, $400 security
deposit.HUD ok.
S994-0155
...1Milton/Pace off Avalon
East Milton Blvd. close to 1-10/
ROOMMATE Walmart. 2 bdrm/2ba,
Male/Female. All utilities master bath has garden
paid. $325. a month tub/seperate shower and
plus $100 security dep. his/her sinks, screened
Smoking, no problem, front/back porches, work
Non-alcohol environment, shop and shed. All elec-
Call Frank 346-4789 tric appliances, built-in
Pace microwave, CH/A, pest
3rd roommate control included in rent.
needed to share 3 bed- $650 month. $650 de-
room, 1 1/2 bath home, posit. 982-0205 for ap-
All privileges; cable ointment and informa-
phone & utilities inclf. on.
400. (8501463-4103
or 255-4611 Nice, 2 bed/2 bath.
SQuiet, clean CH & A
Roman tub, fireplace &
covered paorch. $435 per
month, includes water,
6-160 garbage & sewer.
ROOMS TO RENT. $435. dep. 623-9902
6775 Madison Street.
From $75-$ 100 week @ Off Avalon Blvd.
1 person. Amount de- 2 bedrooms. Covered en-
pends on room size. try, all electric CH/A,
Kitchen available and Lust remodeled. Water
included. Call from & arbage included.
11 am-7pm, please. $425/mth $300/dep.
623-1081, 516-6914 No pets. 623-8753 /
or 516-6915 983-8020


FEATURES THAT ARE
STANDARD IN THIS MODEL
SCathedral Ceiling in Great Room
., Custom Cabinets with Raised Bar
Ceramic Tile Flooring
......: ; "... r Insulated Windows & Exterior Doors
"- ; Architectural Shingles
Vinyl Exterior Trim
SMarble Vanity Tops
SQuiet & Efficient Electric Heat Pump
3P Plywood Roof Decking
S. Stemwall Slab Foundation
,......,*10 year Limited Warranty

:. '. .2s


Will build on Slab or Piers


Over So Years In Business
Visit our website www.steelehomes.cc

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AND COMPANY, INCORPORATED
6705 N. Pensacola Blvd. 477?
i Toll Free (888) 231-1255
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27 Different Floor Plans to Choose
From s60,900 to 136,900
A sample of our homes...
Sa ft Price i Sq ft Price


Bellehaven
Chadwick
Stratford
Norwood
Mayfair
Hampton
York


1040
1149
1257
1341
1418
1525
1622


'60,900
'64,600
'69,500
$74,500
$75,200
$78,700
$85,200


Lexington 1812 '90,400
Pinebrook 1833 1102,200
Townsen 1691 '93,100
Fleetwood 1949 '96,800
Executive 2215 1112,900
Regency 2495 1136,900
2&3 BDR Duplex's available


63 6 OP:MO-FR :00-5:0.
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REAL ESTATE FOR SALE
7100- Homes
7105 Open Houses
7110 Beach Home/
Property
7120 Commercial
7130 Condo/Townhouse
7140 Farms & Ranches
7160 Mobile Homes
7170 Waterfront
7180 Investment
Property
7190 Out-of-Town
Real Estate
7200 -Timeshare



1560sf, brick and vinyl
home, 2.37 acres
$150,000 Call
850-554-3507




Navarre -
2 story, 4 br, 2V2 ba,
2150sf home on large
natural lot. 9' ceilings,
separate living & dining
rooms, eat-in Kitchen. Lg.
whirlpool tub and
separate shower in mas-
ter bath. Beautiful, quiet
waterfront neighborhood.
Priced to sell at the re-
duced price of $260K..
Call 850 261-0322 or
685-8048 leave msg.
Pace
1320 sq. ft. 3/2 and
large, bonus room. Re-
modeled bank repo.
$119,000. 712-5983
Pace
Newly/completely
renovated. 2000 sq.
ft. 3/3 with fireplace and
Florida room on 3 1/2
beautiful area. Two
huge workshops and 2
RV storage. $239,000
712-5983


I| 71SO
.58 ACRES, off Ward
Basin Road. 4102
Driskell Road. 113 feet
waterfront. $150,000.
Call Myrick Properties
512-5445
East Milton 2.37
cleared acres, deed re-
stricted, water, power
and'deep well. $35,o00o0.
Call 850-554-3507


East Milton
REDUCED
'98 Oakwood
14x60 3/1 CH&A.
All elec. 1/2 acre,
fenced rear yard.
20x40 garage +
12x14 shed + 12x24
dec with enlosd


VIRGINIA MOUN-
TAINS Log cabin shell
on 2 private acres near
very wide trout stream in
the Galax area and New
River State Park,
$139,500. Owner
(866)789-8535.


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C.6140 I


I 6170 ]
Pace
1/1 mobile home in
Park. No pets. Water
and parbaae furnished.
$435 month, $200 dep.
Baycrest Realty,
994-7918
Pace
2/1. All electric, central
heat & air and wash-
er/dryer hook-up. Gar-
bage pick up included.
No pets $450. month,
$40 dep. 623-1601
Pace
Two trailers for rent.
Nice, clean and quiet.
No pets. Water & gar-
baqe furnished.
995-1717


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Exorcist 14. Some newspapers
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40. Home of the Ewings 21. Presented
42. Hebrew priest 23. Holmgang
43. CSA member 25. Expansive
44. Cannon of Deathtrap 26. Premature
45. Give off 27. Some spies
48. Numskull 29. Severed
51. Scrapes by 30. Afternoon reception
52. Removes for ransom 31. Hoosier St.
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1 8120
2005 Toyota 4 runner
53,000 miles. Must seel
Must sell Motivated
seller. $16,900
554-0467



Mazda B2200
1991 Pickup
Cold AC, new carbure-
tor, new header, excel-
lent body. Good on GasI
$2500. 305-6739


8_140
1996 WINDSTAR
111 K miles. Runs well.
Maintained. $2,000
(850)449-5548



2006 TRIUMPH
ROCKET III. 2300 cc,
like brand new 3,500
miles. $12,006. obo
994-3206


8210N
14 foot Alumacraft
John boat with trailer.
$650. 554-0467



39 FT '02 FRANKUN
CAMPER. 2 bedrooms,
one large slide. Washer
& dryer. $11,500. obo
850 623-4286 or
850)607-3526



1996 Jayco 31 ft. with
23,000 miles. Great con-
dition. Asking $17,900.
712-5983


laundry. $49 500. ____ '
554-6484 /
983-3110



q 7190o |aTION A
8100 Antique & Collectibles
8110 Cars
Alabama Land Bar- 8120- Sports Utility Vehicles
lain! 50 Acres- 8130 Trucks
129,900. Dockable 8140 Vans
Deep Waterl Nicely 8150- Commercial
wooded) open meadow, 8160 Motorcycles
dockable lakefront. Prime 8170 Auto Parts
location- minutes from In- & Accessories
terstatel Excellent financ- 8210 Boats
a. Call i 80 220 Personal Watercraft
r' o Call (800) 8230 Sailboats
564-5092, x1 261 8240 Boat & Marine
__Supplies
8310 Aircraft/Aviation
East Tennessee aof- 8320- ATV/Off Road Vehicles
fordable lake lots and 8330 Campers & Trailers
homes minutes from the 8340 Motorhaomes
Great Smoky Mountains
on pristine Norris Lake.
Call Lakeside Realty
@(888)291-5253 or visit 8110
www.lakesiderealty-tn.co
m. CASH PAID
for junk cars or trucks.
Running or not.
FORECLOSURE SPE- Call: 983-9527
CIALI 100+ Acre CO or 723-5048
Ranch for $49,900 Year-
round roads utilities Ac-DONATE VEHICLE RE
cess to 6,Od0+ acre rec- CEIVE $1000 GROCERY
reaction land. Call COUPON NOAH'S ARC
8 6 6)OWN-LAND SUPPORT NO KILL SHEL-
8.4390 TERS RESEARCH TO AD-
VANCE VETERINARY
TREATMENTS FREE
STA MY TOWING, TAX DEDUCT-
STEAL MY IBIEL NON-RUNNERS
MARSHFRONT Owner AE C E P T E D
sacrificelll Drop dead (866)912-GIVE.
gorgeous Marshfront. My
Neighbor paid Police Impounds for
$389,900. I'll sell mine Sale! 93 Honda Accord
or less than the bank $4001 98 Ford Mustang
repo's. My six figure loss $90011 For listings call
is your gain. $229,900. (800)366-9813 Ext
Call: (877)913-5253. 9271.


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