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Place of Publication: Milton, Fla
Publication Date: September 17, 2008
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County adopts lower budget


By BILL GAMBLING
bgamblin@srpressgazette.com

Santa Rosa County Com-
missioners feel they have
listened to the public when
it comes to a lower tax rate
after passing Amendment 1
earlier this year.
On Tuesday Commission-
ers voted to keep the upcom-
ing fiscal year millage rate at
6.0953 mills, which is over
nine percent less than what
would have been the roll-


back rate that would have
been allowed.
"We have cut functions
and programs," said Santa
Rosa County Commission
Chairman John Broxson.
"But despite the local efforts
of the county commission I
think the taxpayers are sur-
prised and disappointed that
they are seeing little if any
tax relief."
While some were con-
cerned further cuts could
have been forthcoming fol-


lowing word some commis-
sioners wanted to take the
millage rate lower, the com-
missioners held true to ear-
lier projections as approved
a budget of $111,427,530 for
Fiscal Year 2009, which is
over $4.3-million dollars less
than before.
Broxson pointed out no
one complained about the
school system raising their
millage rate, yet the county
commissioners are feeling
the effects of reductions they


have to make.
Some are pointing to bud-
get issues as to why two of
the three county commis-
sioners up for re-election
were unsuccessful in their
campaign bids.
The question appears to
be one of accountability ac-
cording to Commissioner
Don Salter, who was the only
one of the three incumbents
who was re-elected this past
August.
"It makes me sick that the


state representatives man-
date that we cut taxes and
then they added on state
taxes so you see no real tax
relief," said Salter. "We have
cut $6 million dollars from
.our budget the last two years
but the school taxes have
gone up close to $9 million
so basically it is the state rep-
resentatives that screw you.
"The lottery money was
supposed to take care of the
schools issues, another lie.
So when will the voters hold


the state accountable to the
level of honesty you hold us
to?"
According to figures pre-
sented during public hear-
ings for the budget property
values were down over $603
million.
The glowing factor in the
budget is the $883,990,472
the county lost in tax-
able property value due to
Amendment 1 compared to

See BUDGET A4


Santa Rosa County Sheriff's Office
Here are photos from Sunday's grenade accident in Jay. This is the truck the three men were
around when the incident occurred. Also a second device was found at one of the victims homes.



Grenade explosion




injures three


By BILL GAMBLING
bgamblin@srpressgazette.com

Shortly after 4 p.m. Sunday
the Santa Rosa County Sheriff's
Deputies were dispatched to
Nowling Road in Jay in response
to an exploded hand grenade.
Life Flight transported John-
ny Bruce Pyles, 29, to Sacred
Heart Hospital in Pensacola with
severe injuries and trauma to his
body and hands.
Pyles was holding the gre-
nade when it exploded.
The two other victims are
James E. Grice, 37, and Zachary
Talbot, 26, both of whom were
transported to Jay Hospital with
serious injuries suffered from
the shrapnel of the grenade.
Grice and Talbot were both
later transported to hospitals


with the resources to care for
trauma type injuries.
All of the parties injured in
the explosion are from the Jay
area.
Initial investigations reveal
that the subjects were stand-
ing outside around the bed of
a pickup truck when they were
handling the grenade. When it
exploded, the shrapnel pierced


numerous parts of the pickup
truck, leaving fragments from
the grenade in' the surrounding
vicinity.
According to Santa Rosa
Sheriff's Sgt. Scott Haines, the
initial call to the Emergency
Operations Center stated three
adult males had been injured af-
ter a car battery exploded.
The Emergency Operations
Center was requesting deputies
to assist in landing Life Flight
for one of the victims, but when
fire department personnel and
deputies arrived on the scene
they discovered that the three
victims had suffered injuries
from a hand grenade that had
exploded.
The fuse, pin, and various

See GRENADE A4


Chamber to hold family festival


Press Gazette Staff Report

The Pace Area Chamber
of Commerce is making
preparations for you to join
them at their Annual Pace
Chamber Family Festival on
Sept. 20.
f This year's festival will
once again be held by the
lake in the Pace Water Pre-
serve just off of Woodbine
Rd.


"Last year hundreds
enjoyed this beautiful set-
ting filled with 44 vendors,
entertainment for the kids,
great food, and all day live
music," said Pace Area
Chamber Executive Direc-
tor Lloyd Hinote. "We are
looking to do more of the
same this year."
This year promises to
have a variety of food and
drink vendors as well as sev-


eral activities for the kids.
Some of the attractions
for the children include a
space walk, jump and slide,
and other activities at no
charge.
Besides the local groups
performing throughout the
day there will also be Civil
War Re-enactors perform-
ing this year as well.
"Come on out, bring your
lawn chairs, and enjoy the


day," said Hinote. "This-is a
day for the family to come
out and have a full day of
great food, fun, and fellow-
ship."
Gates will open at 10
a.m. and the festival will
close at 6 p.m.
The entrance to the pre-
serve, is just north of the
Pace Water Systems, and
will be well marked accord-
ing to Hinote.


State swamped


with complaints


By BILL GAMBLING
bgamblin@srpressgazette.com

Florida residents have
lined up to complain about
the recent rise in gas prices
over the past weekend in
light of Hurricane Ike.
Due to the immediate
danger posed by the recent
Hurricane, which made
landfall near Galveston on
Saturday morning, Florida
Governor Charlie Crist is-
sued a state of emergency
back on Sept. 5.
As of Monday night
Florida Attorney General
Bill McCollum's office had
received more than 4,000
calls and had referred 1,291


complaints about gasoline
price gouging to the Eco-
nomic Crimes Division for
review.
Florida Agriculture
and Consumer Services
Commissioner Charles H.
Bronson on Monday an-
nounced that he has issued
subpoenas for financial in-
formation from 16 major
oil terminals in Florida in
connection with gasoline
price spikes associated
with Hurricane Ike.
The subpoenas were
scheduled to be hand deliv-
ered to the terminals yes-
terday, and they are seek-

See STATE A4


Maloney to hand


over command


Press Gazette Staff Report

Marine Col. John Walsh
will relieve Capt. David
Maloney Commodore of
Training Air Wing-FIVE
during a change of com-
mand ceremony at the Na-
val Air Station Whiting,
Field auditorium at 11 a.m.
Sept. 19. Rear Adm. Mark
Guadagnini, Chief of Naval
Air Training, will serve as
the presiding officer for the
event.
For the past three years,
Maloney has commanded
the largest Air Training
Squadron in the Navy. His
leadership enabled the six
squadrons in Training Air
Wing FIVE to fly more
than 460,000 hours, earn


John David
Walsh Maloney
two Vice Admiral Goldth-
waite Awards for Training
Excellence, and four Chief
of Naval Operations Avia-
tion Safety Awards.
He ensured the increas-
ing demand for Navy, Ma-
rine Corps, and Coast Guard
aviators was achieved on
schedule and stood up a
third Helicopter Train-

See COMMAND A4


Alerting drivers


BLOCK,
I f 'ssc "rii


Officers with the
Milton Police Depart-
ment work to make
sure drivers on Stew-
art Street in Milton
heed the sign at the
intersection of Rose
Street to no block
the intersection. This
road is used for
emergency vehicles
to leave the Milton
Fire Station, but re-
sponses are slowed
due to cars blocking
their access to High-
way 87. Officers with
the Milton Police De-
partment are issuing
citations for blocking
this intersection.

Bill Gamblin I Press
Gazette


SJim Fletcher .
Publisher
623-2120 -
fletcher@srpressgazette.com


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INDEX
Sports..............A10 Opinion...........A6
Obituaries ......... A2 Kornerstone....... B5


Sheriff's Report.. A2
Lifestyles ........ BI


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the contract to go to Boeing
regardless of the suitability
of the bid. Obama's resume
states he was a community
organizer, in Chicago that
is another term for people
who enables the dead to
vote.

Monday, 10:53 a.m.
Yes, good morning, this
is Maria. I just wanted to
say that McCain is now
copying for Obama when
it comes to talking about
change. I have great re-
spect for anyone running
for office, but copying is
not fair.

Sunday, 7:53 p.m.
Yes, I say for Vice Presi-
dent Miss Palin is very
pretty, but I don't think
she should be talking about
family like she is. If she
wants to do that she should
be on the Brady Bunch
or Eight is Enough. That
would be a better choice.

Sunday, 7:09 p.m.
Yes, thank you for the
chance to speak out. These
people who go to inspect
the houses for HUD need to
be fired. They don't know
how to do their job. They
show no kindness and are
very rude. The only thing
that belongs to the owner
of the building is the stove.
That is what they need to
report on. They should not
report if things are clean,
but what needs to be fixed.
Editor's note: These are
houses owned by the gov-
ernment or managed by the
government and almost all


speak

YOUT




apartment leases allow in-
spections for cleanliness to
be done.

Sunday, 2:09 p.m.
Yeah, this is Tim. To me
it seems like our county
commissioners spend way
too much of our money and
time on things that they
shouldn't. They have given
$200,000 to a zoo that is a
failure and $200,000 more
to try to get more indus-
tries to move to the area,
and clog our streets and
schools to the point where
we can't even turn around.
For those commissioners
who want to do this I think
you should move on to Chi-
cago or New York City.

Saturday, 8:43 p.m.
My name is Larry. I
am calling in response to
Charles' comments in the
Sept. 13 Speak Out. I am a
former Santa Rosa County
employee, who was laid off
due to budget constraints. I
can assure you I had a real
job with Santa Rosa County
and I paid my taxes. No one
paid my taxes for me and in
fact by paying my taxes I
felt like I was paying my
own salary.
Prior to working for San-
ta Rosa County I worked


in the Navy for 22 years.
I feel that Charles should
get more info on taxes and
county employees before he
speaks out. I worked very
hard as a county employee
for 12 years in my real job
with Santa Rosa County
and paid my own taxes.

Saturday, 6:58 p.m.
I don't know if you would
call the ACLU a business or
not. My name is Frank and
I am dead set against the
ACLU. I would personally
like to help pay their way to
Russia where they belong.
We don't need a group here
who does not believe in
God. My wife and family
went to baccalaureate ser-
.vices at Immanuel Baptist
Church. There were 20 to
30 students who didn't re-
move their caps for prayer.
I think that is a shame. I
stand behind the school su-
perintendent and the school
principal 100 percent.

Saturday, 4:07 p.m.
Hi, my name is Mariam.
I wonder how many people
remember crossing the old
wooden bridge on Highway
87 over the Yellow River.
It had little side bridges
so you could pull over and
yield to on coming traffic.
We crossed the bridge to
get wood from the forest for
heating and cooking. Other
times we went to Bear Lake
where Mom and Dad would
catch goggle eyes with the
crawfish us kids caught.
We would eat some of the
fish and sold some of it to
help buy kerosene and lard.


Those were the good old
days back then.

Saturday, 10:24 a.m.
This call is in response
to Liz who complained of
the biker she saw, if more
bikers could raise their
hands and get noticed as
you did, there would prob-
ably be less deaths of bik-
ers out there in which the
driver of the car say they
didn't see them.

Saturday, 8:12 a.m.
This is Old Andy from
Navarre. I would like to re-
ply to the 'Lipstick on a Pig
Democrats". You can teach
a parrot to repeat your com-
ment, but that parrot is still
a birdbrain.

Thursday, 5:01 p.m.
This is Billy. The
$125,000 our illustrious
county commissioners
have given to our zoo could
have kept five people's jobs
they desperately needed
or could have been given
to the retirees' insurance
initiative, which has gone
up the last three to four
years. This year, we got a
three percent cost of living
increase which amounts to
$81 a month, but I will be
darned if I didn't get an
$88 a month increase on
my insurance premium.
Decisions like these are
why people get rid of a few
commissioners.

If you have a short com-
ment you would like to
make, call the Speak Out
line at 623-5887.


SWoman guilty of shaking baby


By JENI SENTER
isenter@srpressgazette.com

State Attorney Bill Ed-
dins announced on Friday
that a Santa Rosa County
jury convicted Alisha
Vice, 23 of Milton, of ag-
gravated child abuse with
great bodily harm and
child neglect after a four
day trial before Judge Ron
Swanson.
The charges stemmed
from an incident where
the defendant was charged
with shaking her three
month old child resulting
in hemorrhaging .on the
brain, subdural hematoma,
and swelling of the brain.
During the trial, the
state called numerous


medical experts to testify
concerning Shaken Baby
Syndrome.
Vice was arrested on
May 18 after a Santa
Rosa County Sheriff's
Deputy was dispatched to
Sacred Heart Hospital in
response to a complaint of
battery.
The baby had been
transported to Santa Rosa
Medical Center by his
mother and was subse-
quently transported to Sa-
cred Heart Hospital due to
respiratory distress.
Responding officers
contacted the Department
of Children and Families
and an investigation was
initiated.
I It was discovered that


the mother had taken the
child by his ankles and
flipped him upside down,
over the mother's head.
According to the police
report, the mother stat-
ed that she had "maybe"
played "too rough" with
the child.
During an interview
with law enforcement,
Vice admitted the baby
had been shaken, but it had
been "an accident."
An individual who had
been babysitting for Vice
was interviewed by law
enforcement and reported
that Vice had left the in-
fant unattended for up to
an hour at a time and was
often rough in the way she
handled the child.


The report also stated
the infant had permanent
disfigurement of his skull
and, according to a pedia-
trician in Pace,, this prob-
ably indicated the child be-
ing left lying on his back
for long periods of time.
Vice admitted in an in-
terview that she had two
other children, ages five
and six, whom she had not
spoken with'or seen for "a
few years."
Swanson ordered a pre-
sentence investigation and
scheduled the sentencing
for October 23.
Aggravated child abuse
with great bodily harm is a
first degree felony and car-
ries a sentence of up to 30
years in prison.


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OBITUARIES


Alton Raybon Simmons, Sr.
1938-2008

Alton Raybon Simmons, Sr., age 70,
of Chumuckla, FL, passed away on Fri-
day, September 12, 2008. He was born
in Opp, AL and had resided here half
his life.
Mr. Simmons was preceded in death
by his father-Marion A. Simmons;
mother-Norean Simmons; brother-


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Charles A. Simmons; sister-Ruthie
Bostwick.
Alton is survived by his wife of 23
years-Loretta Jane Kelley of Chu-
muckla; sons-Al(Rosemary) Simmons
of Milton, FL, Chris (Angel) Simmons
of Middleburg, FL, Steve (Stacey) Sim-
mons of Bagdad, FL; sisters-Shirley
(Bill) Hopkins, Betty (Doug) Horton,
Eddnie (Jack) Walthers; and sister-in-
law-Ann Simmons; seven grandchil-
dren, and very special friends, Chris


(Sally) Nobles and children.
Visitation Services were held at
Lewis Funeral Home, Pace Chapel,
from 5 to 7 p.m. on Monday, Septem-
ber 15, 2008, with Lewis Funeral Home
directing.
Friends may send condolences and
share fond memories with the family at
www.lewisfuneralhomes.net.
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Santa Rosa's Press Gazette I Page A3


Local


SHERIFF'SReport


The following is the Sher-
iff's Report from September
4, to September 9, 2008
Benson, Keith Allen;
Male; 22; 11531 Green Rd,
Milton; Narcotic Equip-Pos-
sess And Or Use, Smuggle
Contraband-Introduce Into
Detention Facility. 9/4/08
Brown, Stephanie Sue;
Female; 37; 6647 Maple St.,
Milton; Larc-Retail Theft
$300 More 1st Offense
P/4/08
; Hinote, Damon Joseph;
Male; 23 7101 Sherman
street, Milton; Aggrav Bat-
tery-Offender Knew/Should
Have Known Vict Pregnant
(domestic violence), Resist
Officer-Obstruct W/O Vio-
lence. 9/4/08
Kidd, Michael Dennis;
Male; 60; 9605 Chumuckla
Springs Rd, Jay; Failure to
Appear for Felony Offense.
9/4
McCants, Donald Wayne;
Male; 40; 7300 Kennedy Ln,
Milton; Trespassing Struc-
ture or Conveyance, Possess
'Cocaine, Narcotic Equip-
Possess And Or Use. 9/4/08
Myers, Roger Dale; Male;
'49; 6368 Metz Rd, Milton;
*bUI Alcohol or Drugs 3rd
Violation W/In 10 Years, Re-
sist Officer-Refuse to Accept
Sign Citation or Post Bond,
brive While Lic Susp 1st
Off. 9/4/08
Lovins, Michael Timo-
thy; Male; 19; 11283N
Lakeview Dr, Milton; Larc-
Theft is $300 or More But
Less Than $5,000. 9/4/08
Pinkney, Jennifer Di-
anne; Female; 31; 6612 James
St, Milton; Larc-Retail Theft
$300 More 1st Off. 9/4/08
Rickett, Michael Dean;
Male; 46; 9017 Larker Wood
Rd, Navarre; Aggrav Asslt
W/Deadly Weapon W/O In-
tent to Kill. 9/4/08
Riddle, Jason Wayne;
Male; 30; Homeless; Fail to
Register Or Provide Info.
9/4/08
Augustin, Frederick An-
ton; Male; 24; 6101 E Col-
lege Parkway, Pensacola;
DUI. 9/4/08
Lewis, Justin William;
Male; 19; 2985 N 17th Ave,
Milton; DUI. 9/4/08
Diaz, Gabriel NMN;
Male; 50; 8622 Robinwood
Dr, Milton; Aggrav Battery
Person Uses a Deadly Weap-
on. 9/7/08
Elliott, Loren Hank;
Male; 19; 5912 E.- 6th St,
Calloway, FL; Aggrav Bat-
tery Cause Bodily Harm or
Disability. 9/5/08
Jaramillo, Marcus Lee;
Male; 24; 6480 Robie Rd.
Milton; Forgery of Alter
Public Record Certificate
Etc. 9/5/08
Jordan, Justin Wayne;
Male; 22; 6507 Skyline Dr,
Milton; Out of State Fugitive
From Justice. 9/5/008
Kahl, Raymond; Male
57; .5566 Russell Dr, Mil-
ton; Threat to Bomb-Mfg
Possess Sell Deliver or Mail
Hoax Bomb. 9/5/08


Merchant, Dorinnda
Kaye; Female; 46; 14078
Tiggy Duplessis Road, Gon-
zalez, LA; Probation Viola-
tion-Felony. 9/7/08
Peaden, Walter Geron;
Male; 19; 5868 McCall
Rd, Pace; Aggrav Asslt W/
Deadly Weapon W/O Intent
to Kill, Weapon Offense-
Missile Into Dwelling Veh
Building or Aircraft. 9/7/08
Pond, Kristina Kae; Fe-
male; 28; 2873 Villa Woods
Cir, Gulf Breeze; Out of
State Fugitive From Justice.
9/5/08
Simmons Sr., Steven
Wayne; Male; 47; 550 Atmo-
sphere, Atmore, AL; Failure
to Appear for Felony Of-
fense. 9/5/08
Watts, Rayfael Ranor-
do; Male; 32; 1221 El Paso
Circle, Pensacola; Probation
Violation-Felony. 9/5/08
Willis, Richard A; Male;
38; 4419 Kirkland Blvd., Or-
lando, FL; Probation Viola-
tion-Felony. 9/7/08
Wilson, Matosha Nicole;
Female; 25; 5709 Yucca Dr.,
Milton; Probation Violation-
Felony. NDG
Mitchell, Earl King;
Male; 41; 3120 N.E. 3rd
Street, Ft. Lauderdale; Grand
Theft. NDG
Champion, Stephanie
Caroline; Female; 30; 1860
Alhambra St, Navarre;
Grand Theft. NDG
Baker, Jr., Michael Ray;
Male; 30; 7124 East Gate Rd,
Milton; Probation Violation-
Felony. 9/5/08
Boutwell, Randall Dee;
Male; 54; 7521 Pine Mead-
ows Loop, Pace; Aggrav
Battery Person Uses A
Deadly Weapon, Resist Offi-
cer Obstruct W/O Violence.
9/6/08
Cardwell, Melissa Eliza-
beth; Female; 39; 5589 Cen-
terbrook Place, Gulf Breeze;
Drugs-Possess Cntrl Sub
W/O Prescription, Marijua-
na-Possess Not More Than
20 Grams. 9/6/08
Crenshaw, Crystal Lee;
Female; 18; 2667 S/ 30th
Ave, Milton; Drugs-Deliv/
Distr Other Schedule III or
IV. 9/5/08
Hamilton, Jr., Murray
J; Male; 31; 5962 Herlong
Dr., Milton; Burgl of Dwell-
ing Unarmed No Asslt or
Batt, Larc-Theft is $300 or
More But Less Than $5,000.
9/6/08
Harvey, Dean Ellsworth;
Male; 42; 5901 Castle Dr,
Milton; Drugs-Deliv/Distri
Steroids Schedule III. 9/6/08
Hertel, Judy Lynn; Fe-
male; 44; 4801 Carlyn, Pace;
Possess Cocaine, Narcotic
Equip-Possess And or Use,
Fraud-Imperson False ID
Given to LEO. 9/5/08
Howie, James Robert;
Male; 54; 5117 Mandaville
Blvd., Gulf Breeze; Larc-
Theft is $300 or More But
Less Than $5,000. 9/6/08
Kelly, James Michael;
Male; 32; 700 E College
Blvd., Pensacola; Probation


Violation-Felony. 9/6/08
Matthew, Erik James;
Male; 28; 1613 E. Maxwell
St, Pensacola; Probation Vi-
olation-Felony. 9/5/08
Raybon, Kristi Ann; Fe-
male; 21; Cobblestone Dr,
Pace; Larc-Theft is $300 or
More But Less Than $5,000.
9/5/08
Brown, Kimberely
NMN; Female; 39; 8534 Es-
plande, Navarre; DUI, Re-
fuse to Submit to DUI Test.
9/5/08
Deluco, Raymond Nicho-
las; Male; 42; 194 Wrenfield,
Hubbard, OH; DUI. 9/7/08
Godwin, Anthony
Dwayne; Male; 40; 3960
Kingsberry Dr., Pensacola;
DUI 1st Off. 9/7/08
Holmes, David Lee;
Male; 53; 4793 Pecanwood
PL, Pace; DUI 1st Off.
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Lewis, Blake Edward;
Male; 42; 4577 Santa Vil-
la Dr., Pace; DUI 1st Off.
9/6/08
Atha, Stephen Michael;
Male; 19; 2725 Galleon
Drive, Navarre; Sex Of-
fense-Victim 12 YOA Up to
15 YOA (2 cts.), Lewd Lascv
Victim 12 YOA Up To 16
YOA Offender 18 YOA Old-
er. 9/8/08
Davis, Billy Joe Ray;
Male; 39; 3950 Oakus Drive,
Milton; Marijuana Distrib
Schedule I. 9/6/08'
Douglas, Joshua Adam;
Male; 23; 9174 Eagle Nest
Dr, Navarre; Drive While
Lic Susp Habitual Offender,
Resist Officer Obstruct W/O
Violence, Drugs-Possess
Meth W/Intent to Sell Manu-
facture Deliver. 9/6/08
Everett, William Joseph;
Male; 25; 6893 Munson
Hwy, Milton; Drugs-Possess
Listed Chemical Wit Manu-
facture Cntrl Substance.
9/8/08
Kaehler, Brooks Dorene;
Female; 26; 4170 Linda St,
Milton; Probation Violation-
Felony. 9/8/08
Peterson, Jr. Jimmie
Randall; Male; 37; 5406
Jones St., Milton; Aggrav
Asslt W/Deadly Weapon
W/O Intent to Kill (2 cts.).
9/8/08
Tomlinson, Bryan Mat-
thew; Male; 20; 2500 Water
Oak St., Navarre; Aggrav
Ass1t W/Deadly Weapon
W/O Intent to Kill (5 cts.).
9/8/08
Williams, Donna Jenelle;
Female; 22; 9174 Eagle Nest
Dr, Navarre; Drugs Possess
Meth W/Intent to Sell Man-
ufacture Delivr, Narcotic
Equip-Possess And Or Use.
9/8/08
Yates, Larry Dwayne;
Male; 46; 9024 Deer Ln,
Navarre; Aggrav Asslt W/
Deadly Weapon W/O Intent
to Kill (2 cts.), Battery-Touch
or Strike. 9/8/08
Travis, Robert R; Male;
70; 4080 Driscoll Rd, Mil-
ton; Aggrav Asslt, Battery,
Kidnap/False Imprisonment,
Criminal Mischief. 9/8/08


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columns, although "out in the country" is today a thriving metropolis of Milton suburbs. She
and Dr. Holley raised a fine family of four children there, and she considers it a monument in
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Council of Coral Ridge Ministries. She also helped establish an orphanage in Rwanda.
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STATE from page Al

ing record'.s to determine
whether any of them ille-
gally increased the whole-
sale prices, which were
passed on to retail gas sta-
tions and ultimately their
customers.
Bronson's office is re-
questing the records to be
provided to his office in
seven days according to
the subpoenas.
"It's critical that we go
to the source," Bronson
said. "A number of gas
stations are claiming that
they are only passing on
increases that they have
had to pay, so it is vital to
examine where these price
increases originated."
Locally gas prices in
some areas increased by as
much as 10 to 15 cents per
gallon as rumors became
prevalent gas could go as
high as $5 a gallon by the
weekend.
Under state law, it is un-
lawful to charge excessive
prices for essential items
-- including gasoline, wa-
ter, ice, lumber, batteries
and shelter -- following
the declaration of a state
of emergency unless the
increases ; in the amount
charged are attributable to
additional costs incurred
bN those supplying the
items.
Individuals or business-
es found to have engaged
in price gouging face fines
up to $1,000 per violation,


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Flying Cross with Com-
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three Meritorious Service
Medals; the Air Medal with
Bronze Star, Cobat "V,"
and Strike numeral "3;" and
more.
Maloney will retire from
active duty following the
ceremony, culminating a
distinguished 25-year Na-
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"Price gouging is. strict-
ly prohibited in Florida
During a declared state of
emergency\ and m.i investi-
gators have been working
throughout the weekend to
determine whether Florid-
ians are being taken ad-
vantage of," said Attorney
General McCollum. "Pass-
ing along a justifiable in-
crease in cost to consumer$
is legal, but'we will not tol-
erate gouging for greed."
The subpoenas were
issued ;'to corporate
offices ofFlying J, Dodge's
Gas Stores, Valero and Pi-
lot Travel Centers. Con-
sumer complaints against
these three groups of sta-
tions have been particu-
larly high in several areas
of the state, including the
Tampa region, South Flor-
ida, Central Florida, and
Tallahassee and the Pan-
handle.
Service of the subpoe-
nas began on Monday and
the Attorney General has
requested the sought-after
materials.
Consumers who have
been the victims of
price gouging or have
witnessed such achi ty
are encouraged to call
Bronson's toll-free hotline
at I-SI.0-HELPFLA (1-
800-435-7352) .or to
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fragments of the grenade investigation. Investigators hand grenade and the ATF
were recovered at the scene. searched the premises for took it into their custody.
In addition to Sheriff's other possible devices and Investigators are in the
Office Investigators and none were located, process of determining
Crime Scene, ATF and the Investigators went to the where the devices 'were ob-
State Fire Marshal's Of- residence of one of the other tained and what the victims
fice also responded and are victims, which is also located were doing with the gre-
participating in this joint in Jay, and located a second nades.

BUDGET from page Al

just $242,054,501 in value ing a position at the exten- increase their necessary bud-
added by new construction. sion office for the homemak- get to break even by as much
Several deputies and of- ers agent, a position that has as additional 15 to 20 per-
ficers with the Santa Rosa remained vacant since Linda cent.
County Sheriff's Office at- Bowman retired in June of Some parks have already
tended the meeting fearful last year. seen a reduction in the num-
of the fact that a lower mill- Along with further ex- ber of children participat-
age rate would force Sher- penditures being passed on ing in their programs due to
iff Wendell Hall to cut an to community athletic asso- costs increases to meet the
additional dozen or so road ciations like PARA, Futbol electric bills commissioner
deputies on top of the nearly Santa Rosa, East Milton, and have passed on.
30 civilian positions he has other organization who just Now they are facing
already eliminated this year recently had to take on the an additional $10,000 to
just to balance his budget. cost of their power bills. $20,000 in other costs and
Other concerns which During the recent bud- many feel it will hurt their
came up during the recent getting process learned they programs more or worse
budget meetings focused on would have to take on more than that, close the programs
the commissioners not fund- maintenance costs that could all together.




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as $5 a gallon by the weekend.


or up to a maximum fine of consumers." ,
$25,000 a day. According to Florida
Meanwhile, more than law, price gouging on es-
2,300 price-gouging calls sential commodities, in-
were received by Bron- cluding gasoline, is pro-
son's office during the last hibited during a declared
three days, and the volume state of emergency.
of calls remains heavy. Price gouging is an
McCollum issued a unjustified increase in the
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on Sunday concerning the pared to the average price
reported price gouging. for the 30 days prior to
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price gouging in multiple creases can be justified
locations throughout the due to higher purchase
state," said McCollum. prices, etc.
"The investigators have McCollum's office on
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owners and requesting subpoenas to four compa-
documentation on the na- nies seeking information
ture of the price increases about reported increases
to determine whether the in the price of gasoline
increases in costs being throughout the state. The
passed along to consumers subpoenas request docu-
are justifiable. mentation from the compa-
. "Our investigations will nies detailing the purchase
continue, and I encourage prices the companies paid
Floridians to stay vigilant for gasoline sold at their
and keep reporting com- Florida retail stores.
plaints to my office. This The Attorney General
information from consum- issued the subpoenas after
ers is essential to our in- receiving more than 350
vestigators as they work to complaints about gasoline
ensure businesses are not price gouging over a four-
taking advantage of our day period

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Vol. 101, Number 46


Wednesday, September 17, 2008 www. srpressgazette.com Page A6


OUR VIEW



How far


should


we go?

The ACLU has filed its lawsuit against the Santa
Rosa County School System for talking about God.
Yes, we understand everyone has their own view
of God and their own beliefs and doctrine, but we still
raise our eyebrows at this action.
The last time we checked, (among the larger
religions) there was only one Bible and one set of
commandments numbered one through 10, yet there
are so many different beliefs concerning religion.
We make no statements concerning any particular
religious practice or doctrine, but the lawsuit facing the
county school system has us wondering how far this
will go.
The ACLU has previously turned some attention to
the Pledge of Allegiance and the fact that it mentions
"one nation, under God."
If we change this portion of our pledge, what should
be change it to in order to be more pleasing to the
ACLU?
Should we be "one nation, under science", "the
moon"', "the sun", or how about "under the universe?"
It is amazing how we Americans will change things
in an attempt to change history. In Kentucky, that
Mason-Dixon line state found itself in the situation of
having a State Song with embarrassing lyrics.
When Stephen Foster wrote it, it included a line
which noted, "in the summer, the darkies are gay."
The line was not politically correct. So, now, it is the
"old folks" who are gay. This has the elderly a bit upset
because, while "gay" meant "happy" when the song
was written, it has a very different meaning today.
Keep tinkering, ACLU, you're certain to keep the
public's mind on petty things instead of the more major
issues at hand.
For example, the ACLU has previously expressed
its displeasure with the fact that American currency
states "In God We Trust." This often become a heated
debate, despite the fact that real "money" is almost
a dinosaur these days. ATM cards, debit cards and
checks have largely eclipsed the "real stuff' anyway.
We can envision an ACLU lawyer burning a wallet
full of cash because of those four words. It makes one
wonder what is the more offensive: the cash or the trash
burmng it would create?
What is even more bizarre is the question of what
will happen next?
Already, the ACLU has lobbied to prevent the 10
Commandments from being displayed.
The issue cost an Alabama Supreme Court Justice
his seat.
Some communities have even lost their nativity
displays around the holiday season because of this
organization and the even more ironic part is, these
lawsuits are often the result of a complaint from a
single person out of a community of thousands.
Do we feel that people should give up their rights to
be an individual?
Not at all.
Everyone has the right to do what he or she wishes
as long as it follows the letter of the law in our country.
We can believe, or chose not to believe.
We can say the pledge, or not.
We can even bow our heads to pray, or not.
The key thing to remember is we can choose. We're
not sure why the ACLU feels we need all these laws.
Frankly, we believe in freedom-and the right to
make personal decisions and we don't think we need a
book full of laws to make that happen. We simply need
a population with a modicum of understanding and
forgiveness.
When a fellow student, a fellow worker, or a fellow
citizen is doing something with which you don't agree,
don't rush to the nearest courthouse. Turn your head
and give them their personal freedom. Then, we think,
you have every right to expect the same courtesy in
return.



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Major Problems
I read your view in the
paper on Aug. 27.
It sounds like they have
major problems at the
courthouse. One problem
they should not have is
the air conditioning is too
cold.
I worked in the air con-
ditioning field from 1966
until I retired in 2003. I
have worked on every size
air conditioner from win-
dow units to 1,200 ton air
conditioning units. I was
a factory trained air con-
ditioning and heating for
Trane air conditioning
company for 20 years. In all
that time I have never seen
an air conditioning unit or
air handling unit with a DX
Coil or chilled water that
couldn't be controlled.
I can't believe that the
county doesn't have some-
one in the air conditioning


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department that can con-
trol the temperature. All
air conditioning units have
thermostats as do A.H.
nits.
Maybe it isn't being con-
trolled because it is a good
excuse for a new court-
house.
We all know that we
need a new courthouse, but
we are not willing to spend
80 million dollars for one.
And speaking of fire,
what did it cost to have all
the fire trucks and rescue
units for the fire at Fred's.
Shouldn't the fire chief
check out the fire with
one truck and then call for
backup if it is needed?
Isn't this the reason why
the fire tax for the county
was raised by 150 percent
and the city is charging
people $650 for accidents.
RONALD CARHART
Milton


A Personal Matter
The Aug. 30 issue of the
Press Gazette covered the
story of the ACLU law-
suit against the Santa Rosa
County School System for
promoting prayer at school
functions and ceremonies.
I completely support the
ACLU's actions in this
matter.
Religion is and should
be a private matter that
does not encroach on the
public education of our
children.
Everyone should be al-
lowed to believe and wor-
ship as they see fit, but
by the same token, those
in charge of public educa-
tion should not be allowed
to show obvious prefer-
ence and promotion of any
religion within the public
school realm.
Public schools should be
a "neutral zone" in which


secular civic values should
be emphasized so that no re-
ligious minority, no matter
how small, should be made
to feel uncomfortable.
Christian parents would
be outraged if their children
were asked by any kind of
public official to bow their
heads in Muslim, Jewish,
or Buddhist prayers and so
the same courtesy should
be extended to those who
do not subscribe to Chris-
tianity.
The teaching podium is
not the pulpit, nor should
it be.
What and how religious
beliefs should be aheared
to is a personal matter that
should be left up to the in-
dividual person and family
and no student should feel
pressure to participate in
any kind of religious act.
KATHERINE G. MORGAN
Pace


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Cars for Boys & Girls
Clubs
The Internal Revenue
Service has changed their
policy from years back,
of allowing the blue book
market value of a donated
automobile. The new way
to receive a donation credit
to those who itemize their
taxes, is based on the sale
price.
Boys and Girls clubs
throughout Massachusetts
are seeking car donations
to help them support their
programs. Boys and Girls
Clubs will accept most any
car.
Cars will be sold at auc-
tion. To donate to Boys
and Girls Clubs, just call
1-800-246-0493.

City of Milton
Meetings
-Milton Benevolent
Cemetery Board will meet
Monday, September 22,
at 2 p.m. in Conference
Room B of City Hall, 6738
Dixon Street.
-Milton's City Council
will meet in Reconvened
-Session on Thursday, Sep-
tember 25, at 5:01 p.m. in
Council Chambers of City
Hall, 6738 Dixon Street
for the purpose of adopt-
ing a budget and millage
'-rate for FY 2008/09.
All meetings are open
to the public. For further
information on the meet-
ing, please call the City
Manager's office at 983-
3411.

'Political Rally & Free
Fish Fry
Santa Rosa County
Democrats will hold a
Democratic Political Rally
.and Free Fish Fry on Sat-
urday, September 20, be-
ginning at 4:00 p.m. The
event will be held at Car-'
'fenter's Park, 6738 Dixon
Street, Milton. All Demo-
crats,' as well as members
of the public, are invited to
attend.
The speakers will be
Democratic candidates for
the November 4 General
Election, including Danny
Holt for Santa Rosa Tax
Collector; Tony Hender-
son for Public Defender,
Circuit 1; Dave Robau for
the Blackwater Soil and
:Conservation District,
Seat 4; Jimmy Brown for
Santa Rosa School Board,
District 2; and Jim Bryant
for U. S. House of Repre-
sentatives, Congressional
District I. Obama 'Field


Divorce

workshop

Sept. 17
Are you experiencing the
pain and grief of divorce? At-
tend the upcoming Divorce
Recovery Workshop entitled
"Navigating Divorce." This
8-Session Workshop is de-
signed to make the transition
from married life to single
life more understandable.
The workshop will meet
each Wednesday night be-
ginning tonight, September
17 at 6 :15 p.m. and ending
at 7:30 p.m. Reservations are
'requested.
"Navigating Divorce" is
open to the public and is a
'non-denominational class,
held at Christ United Meth-
'odist Church on Dogwood
"'Drive, Milton.
While you are attend-
hing the workshop, a nursery
'"Will be provided for chil-
dren, infant to 3 years of age;
Kingdom Kids Bible Study


and Activities are for ages, 4
"'Through the 5th Grade, Youth
Bible Study & Activities for
'"Grades 6 and above.
An optional dinner is pro-
v ided at 5:30 p.m. for the cost
,of $4-per adult, and $1.25 per
child. Dinner reservations are
'requested for each Monday
by 12 noon. For reservations
or more information about
e-,te recovery workshop call
,,,623-0614 or 623-8820.


NEWSBriefs
Workers will be present to Santa Rosa Medical Cen-
answer questions about the ter.
local Obama/Biden carn-
paign. Cancer Society seeks
For additional informa- T a s o
tion, please contact Har- Teams for Relay
old Webb (572-6029 or The American Cancer
623-8040) or Santa Rosa Society is celebrating 15
Democrats Headquarters years of Relay! Please join
(623-2345). us in participating in Mil-
ton's Relay For Life and
"Weight Loss Surgery let's celebrate the 15th
anniversary of this great
Seminar event! This years' relay
If you have Diabetes, event is scheduled for May
High Blood Pressure, High 1 and 2, 2009 at the Mil-
Lipid Levels, Sleep Apnea, ton Campus of PJC. There
or any other life threaten- are currently 32 registered
ing diseases, weight loss teams for the 2009 Re-
surgery may be the answer lay, already involved with
for you. some awesome fundrais-
Dr. Robert A. Althar ing activities. Look for
will present vital informa- car washes, donut sales,
tion and answer questions auctions, or sports tourna-
regarding Laparoscopic ments as teams are work-.
Weight Loss Surgery in- ing fast to raise funds
eluding Divided Gastric towards the Relay event.
Bypass Roux-En-Y and a The entire community is
new procedure that he has working together to step
introduced in this region, up the fight against cancer.
Gastric Sleeve. That is How can you help? Form a
now being offered at Santa team, join a team, or just
Rosa Medical Center. You support those fundraisers
will find a warm setting that you see throughout
for patients undergoing the next several months.
the process of lifetime You will be helping to find
diet and lifestyle changes a cure! Through the fund-
that can improve surgery raising events, you will be
outcomes and are neces- supporting programs and
sary to achieve enduring services for those fight-
weight loss. This lecture ing the battle right here in
is scheduled for Tuesday, our community. You are
September 30, 6:00 p.m. saving lives and changing
in the Locklin Educational lives. Join our Relay fam-
Building located behind ily and discover the magic

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NOTICE OF PUBLIC MEETING
Notice is given that the Santa Rosa County Value
Adjustment Board will meet on Thursday,
September 18, 2008 at 8:00 a.m. in the Board of
County Commissioners meeting room located in
the Santa Rosa County Administrative Complex
at 6495 Caroline Street in Milton, Florida. The
purpose of this meeting is to select a Special
Magistrate for the 2008 Value Adjustment Board,
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Sacred Heart Medical Park at Pace is proud to offer
medical care for the Pace and Milton communities.
When you need convenient care that's close to
home, choose Sacred Heart.
Sacred Heart Medical Group
Family Medicine
Laura Harrison, MD
Daniel Hickman, MD
Mark Josephson, MD
Robert Kincaid, DO
Matthew Kinzelman, MD
Obstetrics & Gynecology
Dina Navarro, DO
Sacred Heart Rehabilitation
Ann L. Baroco Center for Breast Health
Sacred Heart Lab Express
Sacred Heart X-Ray & Imaging Services
The Medical Park also offers easy access to many
other physicians and outpatient services, including:
Pace Surgery Center
Gastroenterology Associates
The Surgery Group
Allergy & Asthma Center of Northwest Florida, PA
Pensacola Orthopaedics
Pensacola PM&R
T. Joseph Dennie, MD, PA, Orthopedic Surgeon
Southeast Vascular Group
Comprehensive Pain Management
Cardiology Consultants
r moe eai Sacred Heart
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of Relay.
If you are interested in
scheduling a brief 20-min-
ute presentation, please
contact Joann Hardy, Team
Development Chair, at
529-0399 or hardyj@mail.
santarosa.kl2.fl.us or Pam
Webb, Event Chair, at 393-
2049 or webbp@mail.san-
tarosa.kl2.fl.us

Embry Riddle
registration
The Pensacola Campus
of Embry Riddle Aeronau-
tical University is register-
ing for the October Term
from September 15- Oc-
tober 10, 2008, 8:00-5:00
Monday through Thursday
and 8:00 3:00 Fridays in
Bldg. 634, Suite 033, 250
Chambers Avenue, NAS
Pensacola and on Wednes-
days, 9:30 a.m. 4:00 p.m.
in Bldg, 1464, Room 200
on Whiting Field. Add
and drop for a full refund
will be held October 13-
20. New Student Orienta-
tion will be held Saturday,


October 11, 8:30-12:00 in
Bldg. 634, Suite 033. Ev-
eryone is encouraged to
register early.
Embry Riddle Aeronau-
tical University's Pensa-
cola Campus offers certifi-
cate programs, associate
and bachelors degree pro-
grams with various'spe-
cializations in Professional
Aeronautics and Technical
Management and the Mas-
ter of Aeronautical Science
degree.
Email pensacola.cen-
ter@erau.edu, visit www.
embryriddle.edu/pensa-
cola, or call 458-1098 for
more information.


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PUBLIC FAIR HOUSING

WORKSHOP
The City of Milton, in an, effort to further Fair
Housing, is hosting a fair housing information work-
shop. The workshop will be held at the City Hall in
Milton located at 6738 Dixon Street at 5:00 p.m. on
Thursday, September 25, 2008. All are welcomed to
attend. If you have any questions, please call Randy
Jorgenson, at (850) 983-5410.


Sign Up for
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Smoking Cessation Classes!!

WHO:
The class is open to all residents of Santa Rosa County

WHEN:
Assessments begin Thursday, September 4th
Midway 9:00am to 11:00am (ongoing walk-ins welcome)
Milton 3:30pm to 5:30pm (ongoing walk-ins welcome)

Classes begin Thursday, September 25th
Midway Class 11:00am to 12:00pm every Thursday for 6 weeks
Milton Class 5:30pm to 6:30pm every Thursday for 6 weeks

WHERE:
Santa Rosa County Health Department MIDWAY (11:00am 12:00pm)
Santa Rosa County Health Department MILTON (5:30pm 6:30pm)


Smokeless tobacco users welcome.


If you would like more information, H EAL H.
please call Julie Klein at 983-5200.


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Page A8 I Santa Rosa's Press Gazette


Lifestyles


Local Realtor wins $50,000


By JENI SENTER
isenter@srpressgazette.com
On September 10, one
hundred realtors from across
the state of Florida gathered
to participate in EXIT Re-
alty Florida's 50G game of
skill.
The program, which of-
fers a $50,000 cash incentive,
was created to boost sag-
ging Florida home sales by


attracting agents to targeted
properties. The buyers agent
of each property sold through
the program is automatically
eligible to compete for the
$50,000 cash award by par-
ticipating in a game of skill,
where they have a 1 in 100
chance of winning. Agents
from any real estate company
are eligible to participate.
The winner of EXIT
Realty Florida's forth 50G
Event was a local Pensacola
realtor, Christine Dey, from
EXIT Realty Advantage. Af-


ter winning the grand prize
of $50,000 Christine stated,
"EXIT Realty Florida contin-
ues to amaze me with all the
great opportunities they give
to all of their agents and all
agents in the industry. EXIT
Realty Florida has given us
this unique marketing tool
that has really helped to drive
the market."
Scott Forbes, President of
EXIT Realty Florida, states
"With the changing market
we saw the opportunity to cre-
ate a win-win situation for all


realtors involved." The pro-
gram has proved to be a suc-
cess as several EXIT offices
across the state have reported
that homes in the program
are selling significantly faster
than non-program homes.
EXIT Realty Corp. In-
ternational boasts over 1350
franchises sold and over
50,000 agents recruited
across North America. EXIT
Realty provides sales asso-
ciates with residual income
over and above their own
transactions and an enhanced


retirement and beneficiary
benefit; all of which have -
been unheard of in the real
estate industry until now.
EXIT Realty Florida is ,
the regional office of Florida
headquartered at 1212 E.
Broward Blvd., Suite 204,
Ft., Lauderdale; it currently
has over 120 open offices and
over 4000 active agents.
For more information
about EXIT Realty Florida's -
50G Program please call"'
1-800-305-2711 or e-mail
50G@exitrealtyflorida.com


Master Gardener Volunteer Classes forming


Do you enjoy gardening
and helping others? Have you
ever wanted to learn more
about growing plants? Are
you interested in, butterfly
gardening, rain gardens, land-
scape plants or lawns? If you
answered yes to these ques-
tions, your chance may be just
around the corner.
A horticulture program,
called Florida Master Garden-
er, .is being offered by the UF/
IFAS Santa Rosa County Ex-


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tension Service to provide hor-
ticultural training for selected
home gardeners in Florida.
Master Gardener is a title
given to individuals who re-
ceive approximately 50 hours
of in-depth horticultural train-
ing from County Extension
Agents and agree, in return, to'
give hours of volunteer service
helping their communities
through their local county ex-
tension program.
Applications are now being


taken for a limited number of
openings in the class.- Appli-
cations must be postmarked
by October 31, 2008. Classes
begin in January 2009. For
further information or to re-
quest an application, contact
the Santa Rosa County Exten-
sion office at 850-623-3868.
You can download an applica-
tion and find out more about
the program on our website
at http://santarosa.ifas.ufl.edu/
lawngarden_mg_applica-


tion.shtml. Applicants must be
residents of Santa Rosa Coun-
ty, Florida.
Master Gardeners give
their volunteer hours to county
extension offices in various
ways. In Santa Rosa County,
Master Gardeners help exten-
sion personnel answer tele-
phone calls, troubleshoot plauif',
problems brought into the of-'"
fice, run soil samples, staff'"
plant clinics and work with'
4-H youth programs.


Calling all preemies!
Were you or a loved one
cared for in the. Neonatal
Intensive Care Unit (NICU)
at Sacred Heart Children's
Hospital?
Children's Hospital is
looking for all patients who
"graduated" from the NICU
since its opening .in 1972
for the 2008 NICU Reunion
on Saturday, September 20,
from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. in the
Greenhut Auditorium at Sa-
cred Heart Hospital in Pen-
sacola.
The fun-filled, free event
is open to all NICU gradu-


Michael and Crystal

Copelands
united as one
Michael and Crystal
Copeland united as one on
Monday, September 8, 2008.


ates and their families, as
well as former and current ,
NICU nurses, physicians,
and staff.
The event will kick-off
in the Sacred Heart Hospi-
tal Courtyard with a special
"NICU Awareness Walk"
around part of the Sacred
Heart Campus, followed by
the reunion celebration. Reg-
istration for the walk will be-
gin at 9 a.m., with the walk
starting at 10 a.m.
The day will feature a free
catered lunch, snow-cones,
cotton candy, popcorn, face-
painting, children's activi-


ties, live entertainment from
the BETA Children's Cho-
rus, and more!
In addition, Nemours '
Children's Clinic will hold a-*
"Teddy Bear Clinic," where'*
children can bring in their"
favorite stuffed animals to'
be repaired.
Pre-registration is sug-
gested and can be made by"
calling Sacred Heart at (850)
416-1600.
' For more information,
please call Cat Outzen, mar--
keting coordinator; at (850),,
969-1372 or visit our website'
at www.sacred-heart.org.


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will take place on Sunday,
October 11, 2008 at 5 p.m.
at Elizabeth Chapel United
Methodist Church in Chu-
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Sports


Haugen paces field in battle at Deep South Speedway


Special to the Press Gazette

LOXLEY, Ala. On a night
when Gulf Coast race fans
welcomed Hall of Fame rac-
ing legend Red Farmer to the
high-banks of Deep South
Speedway, it was Ricky
Haugen who stole the show
to score on the track. Hau-
gen, from Pace, Florida, had
started from the rear of the
field in his qualifying heat
race and would work his
way to the front with a rous-
ing run through the high
speed traffic on the light-
ning fast oval. The victory
was Haugen's second of the
season in GM Performance
Late Model action at Deep
South Speedway, and it took
everything that Haugen
could muster in order to hold
off repeated challenges for
the lead by Stephen Brantley
and Ryan Little. Farmer,
at seventy-eight years of
age brought the crowd to
their feet early in the evening
as he rallied to finish second
in his qualifying heat, closed
in on the leaders in the clos-
ing laps of the main event
to score a fourth place fin-


ish and was followed to the
stripe by Tom Lohr round
out the top-five.
Fans from across the Gulf
Coast region turned out to
get a chance to meet Red
Farmer, and watch the Huey-
town, Alabama legend battle
with the young guns on the
track. Prior to his strong
top-five run at Deep South
Speedway, Farmer made a
special promotional appear-
ance at the Bass Pro Shops
location in Spanish Fort, Al-
abama, where crowds turned
out to meet Alabama Gang
leader whose sixty years as
a leading race champion
also earned him the honor as
one of NASCAR's 50 Great-
est Drivers of All-time.
Farmer was given a rousing
standing ovation when Deep
South Speedway presented
him with a special award and
honorary plaque in apprecia-
tion for his visit to the racing
facility in Loxley, Alabama.
All divisions provided
the fans who packed hill-
side terrace at Deep South
Speedway plenty of excite-
ment with side-by-side bat-
tles and sparks throughout


SPORTSSidelines


Softball Tournament:
United Way of Santa Rosa
County will be hosting a
softball tournament Sept.
26-28 at the Milton Com-
munity Center. Entry fee is
$200 per team and must be
registered by Sept. 19. To
register or get more infor-
mation call 623-4507.

Rotary Club Run: The Ro-
tary Club of Milton will host
its second annual "5K Run-
ing the Trail for Education"
on Oct. 18 at the Blackwater
Heritage State Trail in Mil-
ton. This 5K run/walk is
open to adults and children
of all ages. Entry fee is $20
for adults and $15 for stu-
dents if signed up by Sept.
19. Free food, drinks, and
t-shirts will be provided to
all entries (while supplies
last). Medals and ribbons
will be awarded.
If you- are interested in
becoming a sponsor or par-
ticipating in the run/walk,
e-mail ppollard4078@
theupsstore.com

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
parents and their school age
children living under one
roof. The reserved seats
are on sale for $42. This in-
cludes all home varsity foot-
ball games as well as all 9'h
and JV home games. Any
questions call the school at
983-5600.

City of Milton Adult Softball
Registration Deadline Extend-
ed: Adult co-ed and men's
softball teams needed for
the City of Milton 2008
fall season. Register Mon-
day through Friday from
noon to 8 p.m. at the Mil-
ton community center until
September 19. Forms will
be emailed upon request.
The cost per team is $350.
Season begins September
22 with approximately 20
games on the schedule.
Co-ed games will be held
on Monday nights and the
men's league will play on
Wednesday nights. Games
will be held at the Milton
ball parks. For more infor-
mation, call 850-983-5466
ext 202.

Pace Football Tickets and
Patriot Passes: Pace High
School has announced tick-
et 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 season home var-
sity and junior varsity con-
tests. Tickets are good for
the purchasers and immedi-
ate family under the same
roof. Any questions you are
asked to call the Pace Ath-
letic Office at 995-3609.

Bull Riding: Tickets are on
sale for the Covenant Hos-
pice's Blue Jeans and BBQ
Festival and Bull Riding
Competition on Oct. 4 at
the Hayes Ranch in Berry-
hill Rd.
The event will run from
5 p.m. to 9 p.m. and tickets
are only $12 prior to the
event and $15 at the game.
Children 12 and under get
in free and eat for only $5.
For more information
call 208-7122.

Milton Take Down Club:
Youth wrestling instruction
is being held' every Mon-
day and Thursday at Milton
High School from 6 p.m. to
7:30 p.m. under the direc-
tion of four-time national


champion Rob Hazewinkle.
Hazewinkle compiled a re-
cord of 125-19 for his ca-
reer. For more information,
call 450-2434 or e-mail pan-
therwrestling@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-
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.
corn or you can print a reg-
istration form at www.san-


tarosa.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
website www.fcsantarosa.
com. Registration fees
range from $100 to $125,
there is an additional fee
for team jersey. Individuals
interested in coaching or
assisting can,sign up on the
volunteer page while regis-
tering their child or email
vicepresident@fcsantarosa.
com. More information on
the recreational and select
soccer programs is avail-
able on the club website.

Pace Library Sports Raffle:
Friends of the Pace Library
will be raffling off various
sports items to add a chil-
dren's activity room to the
Pace Library.
Some of the items you
could win include a Eli
Manning signed Giants
football, an Emmitt Smith
signed Cowboys helmet, a
Travis Fryman signed base-
ball, Boo Weekley signed
hat and picture, Haley Mill-
saps signed hat and picture,
Danny Wuerffel signed
mini-helmets, and much
more.


Ticket sales are under-
way for $10 each or six for
$50. The raffle ends Nov.
29.
Soccer Director Needed:
The East Milton Youth As-
sociation is looking for a
qualified soccer director.
Qualified people interest-
ed should inquire at www.
eastmiltonyouthsports.com.

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 scram-
ble and an 8 a.m. shotgun
start. Tournament entry in-
cludes lunch, goody bags,
cart and green fees, contests
and door prizes. Globe In-
ternational is a faith-based
organization that provides
services to missionaries and
humanitarian 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
activity. And you are also
more than welcome to enter
your events there as well.


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MILTON from page AO0


"We have got to work on
some things," said McMil-
lion. "We are doing some
things real good, but we have
to do what it takes now to get
that first win.
"The season is not over by
any means, but we have got to
get a win and get things going
in the right direction."
In the second half Milton
was able to move the ball up
and down the field, but their
problem was holding onto the
football.
"We took what they were
giving us and we moved the
ball up and down the field,"
said McMillion. "Now we
have to finish and capitalize
on what opportunities teams


give us."
The Panthers offense saw
senior Mikey McMillion
and sophomore Matt Floyd
in charge of the offense and
both were successful in mov-
ing the offense and complet-
ing passes.
Defensively the Panthers
were hitting Richardson,
who didn't finish the game
last year due to an injury, but
could not wrap him up and
bring him down.
Milton will be hosting
Washington High at 7:30 p.m.
this Friday.
Washington is 1-1 on the
year and is coming off a 21-
10 loss to Choctaw this past
Friday.


WEEKLEY from page AO0


Cup are not a concern to
Weekley.
"I don't know much about
it and will be ready to go
when I get there," said Week-
ley. "I just want to play golf
and when I am done I am
gone. See ya."
According to Week-
ley, Azinger told them they
would play the course when
they get to Valhalla.
Four-ball play is a match
in which each member of
the two-man teams plays
their own ball. Four balls
are in play per hole with
each of the four players
competing. The team whose


player has the lowest score
on that hole wins the hole.
As in match play, should
players from each team tie
for the best score the hole
is halved.
Foursomes play is a
match where two golfers
play together against tow
other golfers and each team
plays one ball. The golfers
play alternate shot golf until
the hole is played out. Team
members alternate playing
the tee shots.
The only other area player
to make the Ryder Cup be-
sides Weekley is Pensacola's
Jerry Pate.


I


Wednesday, September 17, 2008


the evening. Another classic
Open Wheel Modified duel
between Gulfport, Missis-
sippi ace Ron Tubbs and
Molino, Florida talent Greg
Hopkins saw Tubbs prevail
for the win. The race to the
checkered flag intensified
during the final three laps as
Tubbs felt the pressure of the
oncoming Hopkins trying
to take the top spot. Tubbs
prevailed with Hopkins in
second as Nathan Inger-
soll, Randy Booker and
Aaron Perritt finished third
through fifth, respectively.
The Super Hobby division
main event saw Allen Taylor
survive a wild and wooly af-
fair to score another big win
over Greg Tuberville. Scott
Albritton was third with
Terry Iknor and John God-
win crossing the stripe in
fourth and fifth.
Jaime Mozingo of Grove
Hill, Alabama was the win-.
ner in the Stinger feature
with Robertsdale's Derrick
Johnson taking the win in
Hobby Stock action. The
Vintage Racecar main event
was won by Pensacola's An-
sel Reed and Bret Henderson


of Foley, Alabama roared
to the win in the Limited
Sportsman feature.
This Saturday night, Sep-
tember 20th, the Super Late
Models return to the home
of the Saturday Night Spe-
cial as the Mississippi State
Championship Challenge
Series rolls into Deep South
Speedway for a sanctioned
event plus the final champi-
onship racing points event of
2008 in all other divisions.
Gates open at 4:00 with the
racing action set to take the
green flag at 7:00 p.m. An
open practice session is set
for Friday at 7:00 p.m. Ad-
ditional event information
is available online at www.
deepsouthspeedway.com
As part of the continuing
racing and special entertain-
ment events at Deep South
Speedway, Saturday night
October 4th Deep South
Speedway will host world
famous motorcycle stunt
artist Bubba Blackwell, The
American DareDevil, in a
featured attempt to jump a
world record-breaking fifty-
two cars in a death defying
leap on his XR-750 Harley-


Davidson bike. Check out
the Deep South Speedway
web site for additional spe-
cial event announcements
and detailed event informa-
tion on upcoming events
continuing into December.
Deep South Speedway
Results from Saturday Sep-
tember 13, 2008 -Top-Five
Finishers in Each Division
GM PERFORMANCE
LATE MODELS Winner -
RICKY HAUGEN (Pace,
Fla) 2.Steven Brantley
(Monroeville, Ala) 3.Ryan
Little (Satsuma, Ala) 4.Red
Farmer (Hueytown, Ala)
5.Tom Lohr (Pensacola, Fla)
HOBBY STOCK Win-
ner DERRICK JOHNSON
(Robertsdale, Ala) 2.Ron-
nie Vick (Summerdale, Ala)
3.Keith Presnall (Satsuma,
Ala) 4. Steven Allday (Cit-
ronelle, Ala) 5.Junior Vick
(Summerdale, Ala)
LIMITED SPORTS-
MAN Winner BRET
HENDERSON (Foley, Ala)
2.Sean Goodwin (Stockton,
Ala) 3.Brad Busby (Irving-
ton, Ala) 4.Michael Rho-
des (Molino, Fla) 5.Chuck
Moore (Fairhope, Ala)


STINGER
Winner JAMIE
MOZINGO (Grove Hill,
Ala) 2.Wes McAdams (Gulf
Shores, Ala) 3.Roger Kight
(Spanish Fort, Ala) 4.Mi-
chael Gollott (Pensacola,
Fla) 5.Gary Watson (Span-
ish Fort, Ala)
SUPER HOBBY
Winner ALLEN TAY-
LOR (Saraland, Ala) 2. Greg
Tuberville (Robertsdale,
Ala) 3.Scott Albritton (Cit-
ronelle, Ala) 4.Terry Iknor
(Semmes, Ala) 5.Chuck
Moore (Fairhope, Ala)
OPEN WHEEL MODI-
FIED
Winner RON TUBBS
(Gulfport, Miss) 2.Greg
Hopkins (Molino, Fla) 3.Na-
than Ingersoll (Robertsdale,
Ala) 4.Randy Booker (Rep-
ton, Ala) 5.Aaron Perritt
(Pace, Fla)
VINTAGE RACE-
CARS
Winner ANSEL REED
(Pensacola, Fla) 2.Jody
Beech (Stapleton, Ala)
3.Billy Boothe (Citronelle,
Ala) 4.Brandon Buhler
(Livingston, La) 5.Jay Cole-
man (Cantonment, Fla)




















SPORTS


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Weekley is ready for Valhalla


By BILL GAMBLING
sports@srpressgazette.com

Boo Weekley left home
early Saturday morning for
possibly one of the biggest
golfing trips of his career.
Weekley will be one of the
12 U.S. Golfers representing
their county this weekend as
they look to end the Europe-
an Team's dominance of late
in the Ryder Cup.
The 37th Ryder Cup will


Boo
Weekley


be contended
for this week-
end in Louis-
ville, Ky., at
the Valhalla
Golf Club.
Weekley
will be one of
three rookies
on Captain
Paul Azing-


er's team.
"It is awesome," said
Weekley. "You get to rep-
resent your country and the


sport.
"This is not just about
golf, it is about where I am
from and the people here
who have supported me."
As Weekly arrived in
Louisville the area was hit
with 70 miles per hour wind
gusts as the remains of Hur-
ricane Ike hit the Bluegrass
State.
Crews worked to repair
minor damage to the course
and early preparations for
this weekend's event includ-


ing a television tower that
was toppled by the gusts and
some uprooted trees.
Beside Weekly the other
rookies on the U.S. Team
are Ben Curtis and Anthony
Kim.
Also earning an automat-
ic berth are Phil Mickelson,
who will make his seventh
consecutive appearance,
Stewart Cink, Kenny Perry,
Jim Furyk, and Justin Leon-
ard.
Azinger rounded out his


squad with the picks of Chad
Campbell, J.B. Holmes,
Hunter Mahan, and Steve
Stricker.
Awaiting both teams is a
front nine that is links-style
while the back nine is more
of a traditional golf course.
Rated as one of Ameri-
ca's 100 Greatest Courses
by Golf Digest, Valhalla
features a 350-yard par four
which required a tee shot to a
small landing area and then
an approach shot over water


to an island green.
After Thursday's opening
ceremony play will begin
on Friday with foursomes at
7:05 a.m. and then four-ball
play at 11:45 a.m. local time
and they will follow the same
schedule on Saturday.
Sunday will conclude the
tournament with singles play
at 11:03 local time
The different formats of
play involved with the Ryder

See WEEKLY A9


Bill Gamblin I Press Gazette
Milton quarterback Matt Floyd runs the ball up the sidelines in the first half as the Panthers look
to score their only touchdown of the game in their 41-7 loss to the Escambia County Gators





Milton can't





stop Richardson


By BILL GAMBLING
sports@srpressgazette.com

It has been a long time since
the Panthers have started a sea-
son 0-2.
Until this year the Milton had
only gone once from 2002 to
2007 where they allowed over 40
points.
Now the Milton Panthers are
having to look deep within as
they head into week three follow-
ing a 41-7 home loss to Escambia
County.
For Milton worse yet was the
fact they gave up 419 yards to Es-
cambia running back Trent Rich-
ardson on 29 carries as he scored
six touchdowns.
"We played hard and never
quit," said Milton head .coach
Mike McMillion. "We just have
to find a way to finish a drive.


"Tonight on more than one
occasion we drove the ball down
the field but we would either
fumble the ball or have an inter-
ception."
By halftime Milton was down
20-7 as Richardson had touch-
down runs of 52, 28, and 31
yards and over 200 yards on the
ground.
Milton's bright spot was just
before halftime as the Panthers
drove the length of the field be-
fore Cody Johnson punched the
ball in from one yard out with
0:09 remaining in the first half.
Richardson just kept rum-
bling and running through Mil-
ton tacklers as he posted runs of
63, 4, and 80 yards in the second
half before being pulled form the
game.

See MILTON A9


Bill Gamblin I Press Gazette
Milton quarterback Mikey
McMillion takes a snap in Fri-
day's 41-7 loss at home to the
Escambia County Gators.


Crusaders ground Falcons 28-11


By BILL GAMBLING
sports@srpressgazette.com

The Panhandle Crusaders
appear to be on a quest for
* the Premiere Football League
title.
Saturday night they took
their first step by beating the
Ft. Walton Beach Falcons 28-
11 at Escambia County High
School.
In a defensive struggle
during the first half the Cru-
saders (10-2) took an 8-3 half-
time lead and extended it as
they found some openings in
the Falcons defensive attack.


"I told the guys to just play
their game and not get into all
of the talking," said Crusad-
ers head coach Will Walker.
"When we focus and play our
game we can compete with
anyone.
This was the third time
the Crusaders have beaten
the Falcons, but the third time
was a little harder as Ft. Wal-
ton Beach had gotten some
lessons from the Crusaders
rival the Pensacola Wolfpac.
In the second half the run-
ning of Octavias Smith, and
Steven Calhoun opened up
the passing game as Smith hit


Kelvin King and James Wells
for touchdown passes as the
route was on in the second
half
The Crusaders amassed
over 200 yards in total of-
fense as they now head to the
second round of the playoffs
to play the Gulf Coast Pirates
in Mississippi.
Gulf Coast lost to the Cru-
saders at home 16-6 late in
the season and 22-0 in week
two.
"This will be a big test
for us as we hope to make it
to the championship game,"
said Walker. "We just have to


focus and keep our minds on
our goal and that is to play in
the final game here at home."
The Premiere Football
League Championship is
set to be played at Escambia
County High School Sept. 27.
In other minor league foot-
ball action the North Shore
Heroes cancelled their game
this past Saturday against the
Pensacola Eightning due to
travel concerns in the wake of
Hurricane Ike.
' The Lightning 6-1 will
host the Crestview Heat this
Saturday at 7 p.m. and Pensa-
cola High School.


Pace breezes



to 36-0 win


By KEN BARNES
Press Gazette Correspondent

Pace's Patriots took advan-
tage of four first half turnovers
to breeze past Gulf Breeze Fri-
day at Patriot Stadium.
The Patriots took three of
those turnovers and posted
them on the scoreboard, as
the Dolphins were their own
worse enemy for the most
part. But also playing a major
part in Gulf Breeze's demise
was the Pace defense.
Pace (1-1) got the route
kick started when junior Ryne
Burkett secured a fumble by
Dolphins quarterback Kyle
Schnackenberg at the Gulf
Breeze 20.
Five plays later Quran
Tillman found the end zone
to put the Patriots us 7-0 after
Greg Peranich added the point
after with 8:17 remaining in
the first quarter.
The Patriots tacked on their
second score of the quarter
when Travis Scott scampered
in from the Dolphins' 5.
Everything continued south
for the Dolphins, as Pace ap-
peared to be unstoppable fol-
lowing last week's heartbreak-
ing loss to Pine Forest.
Pace put together a nifty
four play drive that covered
68 yards, which from the Dol-
phins' 17 Aaron Munoz found


Tyler Hunt all alone down the
right sideline, as he scampered
in untouched to make it 20-0.
Munoz didn't have to
throw for much as he was five-
of-eight for 88 yards on the
night.
The Patriots made it 22-0
as Tyler Bousson ran the ball
in to complete the two-point
conversion.
On Gulf Breeze's next pos-
session, Sean Johnson scooped
up another Dolphin lose ball at
the Gulf Breeze 42 and took it
to the Dolphin end zone.
Leading 29-0, Pace would
finalize the scoring late in
the second quarter as Hunt-
er Wyrosdick picked off an
Schnackenberg pass and re-
turned it to the Dolphin 11.
Sophomore A.J. Carr's
dash on the first snap rested on
the numerals at 36-0.
Pace elected to rest their
starters as the second half
evolved and keep the Dolphins
off the board.
With quarterback Zach Pot-
ter at the helm, Pace kept the
ball on the ground and worked
the clock while the Patriots'
defense finished the job.
Gulf Breeze managed just
86 yards of total offense for
the evening.
Pace will travel this week
to play Escambia County at 7
p.m.


Cecilia Spears I Florida Freedom Newspapers
Vernon quarterback John Johnson brings the Yellow
Jackets to the line against the visiting Jay Royals Friday
night as the Jackets stung the Royals 28-7.


Mistakes doom


Royals


By CECILIA SPEARS
Florida Freedom Newspapers

VERNON Mistakes
doomed the Jay Royals early
on as they fell to the Vernon
Yellow Jackets 28-7 Friday
night.
Jay (1-1) was in the game
at halftime by only trailing
7-0 as Vernon quarterback
John Johnson ran in the
first score with 10:12 left in
the first half as Cody Small
point after was good.
Johnson added what
would be the winning
touchdown with 9:43 left in
the third quarter to make it
13-0.
On the night Jay fum-
bled the ball six times and
were picked off three times


to feel the sting of the Jack-
ets defense.
One of those intercep-
tions with 11:32 remain-
ing in the game as Ashonvi
Davis picked off a Dakota
Boughton pass and returned
it 32 yards for a touchdown.
Davis would also complete
the two-point conversion
to put Vernon up 21-0.
Jay would get on the
score as Stephen Brabham
hit Dale Barlow with a 42-
yard touchdown pass. Chris
Carrigan's point after was
good to make it 21-7 with
7:20 left in the game.
The Royals will now
take the week off before
starting district play next
week as they visit Port St.
Joe.


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LIFESTYLES


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on


The Blackwater Saddle Club held
their monthly play day at the
East Milton Arena. Riders from
all across the area participated
in several events for all ages. The
second Saturday of each month
the Blackwater Saddle Club holds
this event, which is free to the
public to come out and watch.
Events start at 3 p.m. and later this
fall they will move to a noon time
start. For more information about
the Blackwater Saddle Club visit
www.blackwatersaddleclub.com.
More photos of this event can be
found on line at www.srpressga-
zette.com
Bill Gamblin I Press Gazette


Strutting for a Cause
The Santa Rosa County Chamber of Com-
merce Relay for Life Team hosted a fashion
show fundraiser, "Strutting For a Cause" on
: l Sept. 13 at Sikes Hall aboard NAS Whit-
ing Field. The fundraiser featured cancer
survivors modeling clothing from Bealls De-
petizers, cocktails, a live and silent auction,
music, dancing and more. Proceeds went to
the American Cancer Society.
Jeni Senter I Press Gazette


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Benefit slated for
Sarah Norman
There will be a drawing
for a 'family makeover' with
all proceeds going to Sarah
Norman's medical expenses.
Sarah, a teenager who at-
tends Pace High School, has
Leukemia.
There is a $5 donation to
Senter, and you may enter as
many times as you wish.
The Grand Prize winner
will receive a photo shoot
:at Kay Brown Photography
:to include a 16 X 20 Can-
.vas ($499 value) 994-7954,
Haircuts Style with Tammy
Isbell at Krickets Cutting
Edge on October 19. 776-
,1476; $200 Shopping Spree
and Make-Over with JoEllen
Bare, Beauty Consultant,
:375-0052; and dinner out for
your family. The Drawing
will be held Friday, Octo-
,ber 3. The Make-Over will
be done Sunday, Oct. 19th.
Please register at www.sup-
portsarah.com. In the event
the person drawn cannot
'attend on Oct. 19, the prize
will go to the next person
drawn.,

St. Rose of Lima Fall
Festival coming soon
St. Rose of Lima Catho-
lic Church is announcing its
27th annual St. Rose of Lima
International Fall Festival,
which will be held Oct. 10-
:12. After having a very suc-
cessful festival last year, all
the favorites that people have
enjoyed over the years will
'be returning.
Food booths will include
Polish, Cajun, Filipino, All-


American, Bar-B-Que, Ital-
ian, Elephant Ears, Fish,
Rosebucks Coffee Bar, and
Pizza as well as our Hispanic
booth.
Other activities will in-
clude continuous amuse-
ment rides, bingo, children's
games, the popular 5K Run
on Saturday morning, and a
plant booth.
Entertainment will be
varied and include Mass
Kunfuzion, Little Variety
Band, many local dance
troupes, McGuire's Pipe &
Drum Band, and many oth-
ers.
We will be hosting the
NW Florida Bloodmobile on
Saturday, Oct. 11.
This year's raffle features
a Grand Prize of $3,000
cash with a Second Prize
of $1,000 in cash and third
prize is a Bose Sound Sys-
tem. Raffle tickets are avail-
able at our church office or
from any parish member at a
cost of $1 each or a book of
6 for $5.
Hours of operation will be
Friday, Oct. 10 from 5 to 10
p.m., Saturday, Oct. 11 from
noon to 10 p.m., Sunday, Oct.
12 from noon to 6 p.m.

St. Ann's Health Fair
Oct. 18
Saturday, October 18
from 9 a.m. to noon in Nick-
elson Hall, St. Ann Catholic
Church Parish Nurse Diana
Odenbrett has arranged a
wonderful family health fair
that will include something
for everyone! "Everyone in
the community is welcome
to attend this special event,"
Odenbrett said. "Mam-


mograms and flu shots can
be covered by Medicare or
insurance. All ages are in-
vited. There will be heart
and cholesterol risk, osteo-
porosis, possibly eye ex-
ams, hearing and massage
therapies, plus many free
giveaways!" Don't miss this
fun and informative event
at 100 Daniel Drive in Gulf
Breeze, FL on October 18!
Let St. Ann's Nurses care
for your body as well as
your spirit.
St. Ann Catholic Church,
Gulf Breeze, and Our Lady
of the Assumption Mission,
Pensacola Beach, together
are a parish of over 2,700
persons serving the com-
munity in body, mind and
spirit. Information, bulletins
and newsletters are available
on the web at StAnnGulf-
Breeze.Org.


Pabo joins the Army
Kanupaka I. Pabo has
joined the United States
Army under the Delayed
Entry Program. The pro-
gram gives young men and
women the opportunity to
delay entering active duty
for up to one year.
The enlistment gives
the new soldier the option
to learn a new skill, travel
and become eligible to re-
ceive as much as $50,000
toward a college education.
After completion of basic
military training, soldiers
receive advanced individ-
ual training in their career
job specialty prior to being
assigned to their first per-
manent duty station.
The recruit qualifies for


a $7,000 enlistment bonus.
Pabo, a 1998 gradu-
ate of Gulf Breeze High
School, FL., reported to
Fort Benning, Columbus,
Ga., for basic training just
recently.
He is the son of Theo-
dore and Indrany Pabo of
Cove Road, Navarre, Fla.
His wife, Heather, is
the daughter of Frederick
and Pamela Humphreys of
Bayshore Drive, Milton.

Apsey graduated from
basic training
Air Force Airman Kara
M. Apsey has graduated
from basic military training
at Lackland Air Force Base,


Kara
Apsey


San Antonio,
Texas.
During the
six weeks of
training, the
airman stud-
ied the Air
Force mission,
organization,
and military
customs and
courtesies;


performed drill and cere-
mony marches, and received
physical training, rifle
marksmanship, field training
exercises, and special train-
ing in human relations.
In addition, airmen who
complete basic training earn
credits toward an associate
degree through the Com-
munity College of the Air
Force.
She is the daughter of
Karl and Won Apsey of Ful-
va Drive, Navarre, Fla.
Apsey is a 2007 graduate
of Navarre High School.


|New Life Baptist to hold homecoming
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New Life Baptist Church
of Milton cordially invites
you to come help celebrate
their 27th anniversary with
a 2-day Homecoming event
on September 20-2.1. Satur-
day's kick off will be a time
of worship through song fea-
turing local talent led by Mu-
sic Director, Roger Kell. The
singing will begin at 6 p.m.
and wrap up about 7:30 p.m.
Sunday, September 21 is
Homecoming Day. All cur-
rent and former members,
neighbors, and friends are in-
vited to join them at 10 a.m.
-for a worship service where
the former pastor, Rev. Greg
Kell will bring the message.


Rev. Kell is currently pas-
tor of Cornerstone Baptist
Church in Inverness, FL.
Rev. Kell was associate pas-
tor, then later pastor of New
Life Baptist Church during
the years of 1992 until 1995.
Immediately following the
morning worship service, the
excellent cooks of New Life
Baptist will provide "Dinner-
On-The-Grounds" where you
will enjoy some outstanding
food and wonderful fellow-
ship with the congregation.
New Life Baptist Church
is currently pastored by Rev.
Brian Oakes who serves
its people, along with his
multi-talented wife, Debby


by his side. They have three
children-Dillon (15), Al-
exandra (13), and Michael
(10). Pastor Oakes began his
ministry at New Life Baptist
in February, 2008, immedi-
ately upon his retirement as a
captain in the U.S. Air Force,
where he served our country
for 20 years. For many of
his years in the military, he
was considered bi-vocational
as he spent as much time as
possible serving his church
as a youth pastor, working
in prison ministries near his
duty locations, participating
in Men's ministries, serv-
ing as a Music Director and
many other areas of service.


At the time of his selection
as pastor of New Life, he was
serving as interim pastor at
Bethany Baptist Church in
Sumter, South Carolina. He
is currently enrolled in Lib-
erty Theological Seminary,
earning a degree in Church
Growth and Evangelism.
Pastor Oakes exhibits a
strong desire to reach the lost
for Christ, has implemented
neighborhood visitation, and
encourages each member to
strive to be worthy ambassa-
dors for Christ in every facet
of life.
You are invited to come
and be a part of our wonder-
ful fellowship.


Hounds in the Park
The Hounds in the Park
featuring the Hallelujah
Hounds, is a free family
event with great music, lots
of fun and plenty of free
cotton candy, pop-corn and
snow cones. The Hallelujah
Hounds are a life-size puppet
dog band that perform oldies
style Christian Music with a
lot of audience participation.
All ages are welcome. The
fun begins Saturday, Sept.
20 at Carpenter's Park in
Milton.
The Hounds will begin


at 6 p.m. to enjoy the cool of
the day. For more informa-
tion and directions, please
call 675-1362 or go to www.
hallelujahhounds.com.

Food Distribution
Shepherd's House Minis-
tries, Inc.'s "Good Samari-
tan" Food Pantry Food Dis-
tribution will be Friday, Sep-
tember 19, at 12 noon. There
is an Early Morning Sign-
In for Santa Rosa County.
Shepherd's House Ministries
is located at 5739 Stewart St.,
983-3228.


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Dear Pastor Gallups,
I see and hear so many preachers that have become
so obsessed with teaching that God wants Christians to
be wealthy in money and material things that I can't
help but wonder, are they really trying to lead people to
Jesus or are they more interested in increasing their
own wealth?
H.H.E., Bagdad
Dear H.H.E.,
I find nowhere in scripture where God declares that
he wants 'all' of His Children in this world to be
wealthy and 'healthy.'
There are promises in God's Word that indicate that
the Lord often blesses His Children with wealth or even
'healing' and health when His children live by certain
Biblical principles. However, common sense (and
God's Word) makes clear that health and wealth are
very relative terms and are practically indefinable.
How does one define 'wealthy?' Usually it means
someone who has more money than you do! An aver-
age American family is far 'wealthier' than 75% of the
rest of the world. What is 'health'? We are all dying.
Eventually, 'health' will run out for us all.
All of the disciples of Jesus died poor and martyrs'
deaths. Jesus didn't have a place to 'lay his head.' He
had no home or fancy wardrobe. Someone else kept his
money and he turned out to be a thief! Many of God's
dearest children all over the world suffer from poverty,
malnutrition, disease and even starvation.
Eventually we who are born-again will have the ulti-
mate in health and wealth when we are with the Lord
Jesus. All we are promised in this life is an opportunity
to live for Jesus and bring glory to His Name regard-
less of our health or wealth.
In short, the 'health and wealth, prosperity' teaching
coming out of today's modern 'television evangelist
world' is simply a lie. We need to be like Paul, who said
that he had learned to be content in all things healthy,
not healthy, wealthy or poor. He simply wanted to glo-
rify Jesus with his life. I think that a Christian will find
their life to be much happier if lived by this Biblical
truth.

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
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Legal 8/969
IN THE CIRCUIT COU
THE FIRST JUDICIAL
CUlT, IN AND FOR
ROSA COUNTY FLO
JUVENILE DM~ION
CASE NUMBER 07-D
IN THE INTEREST OF
TRINITY MARIE
04/02/2003


TRINITY MARIE ROPER
04/02/2003
JORDAN LEIGH HOLLIS
10/10/2006
1 / Legal 9/1046
rs MINOR CHILDREN
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
sing TO: Samantha Roper Flem- FOR SANTA ROSA
linces ing, natural mother of COUNTY, FLORIDA PRO-
above referenced child, BATE DMSION
s/ J.H. only File No.: 57-2008 CP 275
its Address and whereabouts
unknown IN RE: ESTATE OF
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED ALFRED THOMAS WILLIAMS,
that a Petition under oath has III
been filed in the above styled Deceased.
Court for the termination of pa-
rental rights of J.H., who is a NOTICE TO CREDITORS
male child born onthe 10 day
of October, 2006, in Escambia The administration of the estate
County, Florida, by the Depart- of Alfred Thomas Williams, III,
ment of Children and Family deceased, whose date of deathI
Services, for subsequent adop- was May 14th, 2008 is pend-
tion, and you are hereby com- ing in the Circuit Court for
handed to be and appear be- Santa Rosa County, Florida
fore the Honorable Marci L. Probate Division the address of
Goodman, Judge of the Circuit which is 6865 Caroline Street,
Court in and "or Santa Rosa Milton, FL 32570. The names
County, Florida, at the Navarre and addresses of the personal
Community Center, located at representative and the personal
1917 Navarre School Road, representative's attorney are set
Navarre, Florida 32566, on the forth below.
22nd day of September, 2008, All creditors of the decedent
JRT OF at 9:00 a.m. You must either and other persons having claims
SRTCIR appear on the date and at the or demands against decedent's
SANTA time specified or send a written estate on whom a copy of this
RIDA response to the Court prior to notice is required to .be served
S that time. must file their claims with this
P-39 court WITHIN THE LATER OF 3
P-39 YOUR FAILURE TO APPEAR MONTHS AFTER THE TIME OF
OR RESPOND SHALL BE THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF
TREATED AS A CONSENT THIS NOTICE OR 30 DAYS AF-
ROPERTO TERMINATION OF PA-
ROPER RENTAL RIGHTS AND YOU
SHALL PERMANENTLY


JORDAN LEIGH HOLLIS ASA PARENT TO THE
10/10/2006 CHILD NAMED IN THE PETI-
kMINOR CHILDREN TION FOR TERMINATION
MINOR CHILDREN OF PARENTAL RIGHTS.
TO: Joshua Leigh Hollis, bi- WIESS my hand as the
ol gical of ao EAiVnd
referenced child, J.H. onoly r sai Court an
rernced c he Jr. a Lthe Seal thereof this 20th
Address and whnereabouns day of August, 2008.
unknown
N FlED CLERK OF COURT
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFID S^AN ^ RS COUNTY, FLOR
that a Petition under oath hasANTA"RSOUNTY,-,LO.-
been filed in the above saNled CIRCUIT COURT SEAL
Court for the termination opao- B Suzanne r,
rental rights of J.H., who is a BY- S eBrooks
male chi(d born on the l1th day Deputy Clerk
of October, 2006, in Escambia
County, Florida, by the Depart- on082708no
ment of Children and Family 090308
Services, for subsequent adop- o91008
tion, and you are hereby com- 091-708
handed to be and appear be. 8/970
fore the Honorable Marci L.
Goodman Judge of the Circuit
Court in and for Santa Rosa Legal 8/971
County, Florida, at the Navarre
Community Center, located at IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
1917 Navarre School Road THE JUDICIAL CIRCUIT,
Navarre, Florida 32566, on the IN AND FOR SANTA ROSA
22nd day of September, 2008, COUNTY, FLORIDA
at 9:00 a.m. You must either Case No.: 01-1425
appear u n the date and at the Division: E
time specified or send a written
response to the Court prior to Cindy Witt,
thai time. Petitioner
YOUR FAILURE TO APPEAR
OR RESPOND SHALL BE Larry W. Hopkins II,
TREATED AS A CONSENT Respondent.
TO TERMINATION OF PA-
RENTAL RIGHTS AND YOU NOTICE OF ACTIN FOR
SHALL PERMANENTLY I N ILD
LOSE ALL LEGAL RIGHTS of Proc*
AS A PARENT TO THE
CHILD NAMED IN THE PETI- TO: Larry Wayne Hopkins II
TON FOR TERMINATION 4137 Cinnamon Rd Pace, FL
OF PARENTAL RIGHTS. 32571
I FITNESS my hand as the YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an ac-
Clerk of said Court and lion has been filed against you
the Seal thereof this 20th and that you are required to
day of August, 2008. serve a copy of your written de-
tenses, it any, to it on Cindy
CLERK OF COURT Wilt, whose address is 5422
SANTA ROSA COUNTY, FLOR- Pond View Dr. Milton, FL
SIDA. 32570 on or before September
CIRCUIT COURT SEAL 29 2008, and file the original
By: Suzanne Brooks with the clerk at this Court at
Deputy Clerk 6865 Caroline St. Milton FL
32570, before service on eti-
082708 tioner orimmediaely thereafter.
090308 If you failto do so, a de-
091008 fault may be entered
091708 against you a r the reliet
8/96 demanded jn the petition.
; Copies of all court docu-
ments in this case, in-
cl di n orders, are availa-
ble \t the erk of the Cir-
iLegal 8/970 cult Court's office. You
ayLegal 8/970 review these docu-
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF ments upon request.
THE FIRST JUDICIAL CIR- You must keeo the Clerk
y CULT, IN AND FOR SANTA of the Circuit Curt's office
ROSA COUNTY FLORIDA notified of your curreflt
JUVENILE DIVIION address You mayrcu file
CASE NUMBER 07-DP-39 a Noticef Current Address,
IN THE INTEREST OF Florida Supreme Court Ap-
IN THE INTEREST OF: proved Family Low Form
h. ,, ,, ,,, ;- 2..915.) Futurg papers ei
mtis lawsuit win oe mailed
i r,- ,-.,.w. ,',, to the address on record
0 at the clerk's office.
S WARNING: Rule 12.285 Flor-
ida Family Law Rules of Prace.
S" dure, requires certain automatic
disclosure of documents and in-
formation. Failure to comply can
result in sanctions, including dis-
missal or striking of pleadings.
'- Dated: August 22, 2008.


CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT
COURT
CIRCUIT COURT SEAL
By: Carmen Emery
Deputy Clerk
082708
090308
091008
091708
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TER THE DATE OF SERVICE OF motive
A COPY OF THIS NOTICE ON Florida Bar No. 0095478
THEM. Shell, Fleming, Davis & Menge
All other creditors of the dece- P.O. Box 18a31 .
dent and other persons having Pensacola, Florida 32591
claims or demands against Telephone: 850-434-2411
decedent's estate must file their
claims with this court WITHIN 3 /s/ Johnnie Mae Williams
MONTHS AFTER THE DATE OF Johnnie Mae Williams
THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF Personal Representative
THIS NOTICE.
ALL CLAIMS NOT FILED 091007
WITHIN THE TIME PERIODS 091708
SET FORTH IN SECTION 9/1046
733.702 OF THE FLORIDA
PROBATE CODE WILL BE FOR-
EVER BARRED.
NOTWITHSTANDING THE Legal 9/1047
TIME PERIODS SET FORTH
ABOVE, ANY CLAIM FILED IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
TWO C2) YEARS OR MORE AF- FOR SANTA ROSA
TER THE DECEDENT'S DATE COUNTY, FLORIDA PRO-
OF DEATH IS BARRED. BATE DIVISION
The date of first publication of File No. 57-2008-CP-277
this notice is September 10, Division
2008.
IN RE: ESTATE OF
/s/ Jill K. Satterwhite
Jill K. Satterwhite BONNIE WALSINGHAM
Attorney for Personal Represent- Deceased.


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Wednesday, September 17, 2008


NOTICE TO CREDITORS
The administration of the estate
of Bonnie Walsinghm, de-
ceased, whose date of death
was June 15, 2007, is pending
in the Circuit Court for Santa
Rosa County, Florida, Probate
Division, the address of which is
Mary Johnson, Attn: Probate,
P.O. Box 472, Milton, FloridT
32572. The names and ad-
dresses of the personal repre-
sentative and the personal
representative's attorney are set
forth below.
All creditor of the decedent and
other persons having claims or
demands against decedent's es-
tate on whom a copy of this no-
tice is required to be served
mus file their claims with this
court WITHIN THE LATER OF 3
MONTHS AFTER THE TIME OF
THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF
THIS NOTICE OR 30 DAYS AF-
TER THE DATE OF SERVICE OF
A COPY OF THIS NOTICE ON
THEM.
All other creditors of the dece-
dent and other persons having
claims or demands against
decedent's estate must file their
claims with thisrcourt WITHIN 3
MONTHS AFTER THE DATE OF
THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF
THIS NOTICE.
ALL CLAIMS NOT SO FILED
WILL BE FOREVER BARRED.
NOTWITHSTANDING THE
TIME PERIOD SET FORTH
ABOVE ANY CLAIM FILED
TWO T21 YEARS OR MORE AF-
TER THE DECEDENT'S DATE
OF DEATH IS BARRED.
The date of first publication of
this notice is September 10,
2008.
Attorney for Personal Represent-
alive:
/s/ Steven E. Quinnell
STEVEN E. QUINNELL
Attorney
Florida Bar No. 586595
Chase, Quinnell & Jackson,
P.A.
101 E. Government St.
Pensacola, Florida 32502
Telephone: (850) 434-3601
Personal Representative:
Charles B. Walsingham
5436 Walker Rd.
Milton, FL 32570
091008
091708
9/1047

Legal 9/1048
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
FOR SANTA ROSA
COUNTY FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
FILE NO. 57-2008-CP-262
IN RE: ESTATE OF
JO ANN M. WALLIS,
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
( S u m m a r y


Administration)
TO ALL PERSONS HAVING
CLAIMS OR DEMANDS
AGAINST THE ABOVE ESTATE:
You are hereby notified that an
Order of Summary Admmiistra-
tion has been entered in the es-
tate of 0JO ANN M. WALLIS, de-
ceased, File Number
57-2008-CP-262, by the Cicuit
Court for Santa Rosa County,
Florida, Probate Division the
address of which is 6865 Caro-
line Street, Milton, FL 32570"
that the decedent's date oa
death was May 19 2008; that
the. total value of the estate is
$2,080 and that the names and
address of those to whom it has
been assigned by such order
are'


I 1104___
Legal 9/1051
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
FOR SANTA ROSA
COUNTY, FLORIDA
CIVIL ACTION
Case No. 08 00909 CA 01
REGIONS BANK, etc,
Plainliff,
v
STEVEN D. MONCREIFF, et
Defendants.
NOTICE OF SUIT-PROPER-
TO: Steven D. Moncreiff
Unknown Spouse, if any,
of Steven D. Moncreiff
Rebeacca A. Moncreiff
J-C-N a/k/a J-Con


Name Address Unknown
Paul Franklin Wollis
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
Address that an action to foreclose a
7393 Puritan Avenue mortgage on the following prop-
Las Vegas, NV 8912,3 erty in Santa Rosa County, Flr-
ida:
Joni Lee Wallis
1259 Tall Pines Trail Lot 131, Resubdivision of Santa
Gulf Breeze, FL 32561 Rosa Shores according to the
map or plot thereof as recorded
ALL INTERESTED PERSONS ARE n Plat Book B, Pages) 58, Pub-
NOTIFIED THAT: lic Records of Santa Rosa
All creditors of the estate of the County, Florida
decedent and persons having The street address of which is
claims or demands against the 1115 Sunset Lane, Gulf Breeze,
estate of the decedent other Florida 32563.
than those for whom provision
for full payment was made in has been filed against you and
the Order of Summary Adminis- you are required to serve a
tratian must file their claims with copy of your written defenses, if
this court WITHIN THE TIME PE- any, to i, on Plaintiffs' attorney,
RIODS SET FORTH IN SEC- whose name and address is 1.
TION 733.702 OF THE FLOR- Andrew Baldwin, THE SOLO-
IDA PROBATE CODE. MON LAW GROUP, P.A.,
ALL CLAIMS AND DEMANDS 1881 West Kennedy Boule-
NOT SO FILED WILL BE FOR- vard, Tampa, Florida 33606,
EVER BARRED. and file the original with theI
NOTWITHSTANDING ANY Clerk of the above-styled Court,
OTHER APPLICABLE TIME PE- on or before October 13
RIOD, ANY CLAIM FILED TWO 2008, an answer must be filed
(21 Y'EARS OR MORE AFTER or you will be defaulted and a
THE DECEDENT'S DATE OF judgment may be entered
DEATH IS BARRED. against you far the relief de-
The date of first publication of minded in the Complaint.
this Notice is September 10,
2008. WITNESS my hand and the seal
of said Court on September 2,
Attorney for Persons'Giving No- 2008.
tice:
/s/ Gary W. Huston Clerk of the Circuit Court
Gory W. Huston CIRCUIT COURT SEAL
Florida Bar No. 044520 By: Angela Dunn .
Clark, Partington, Hart, Larry, Deputy Clerk
Bond & Stockiouse
Attorneys for Petitioners 091008
125 W. Romana Street, Suite 091708
800 9/1051
Pensacola. FL 32591-3010
185014349200 _______
5850 432-7340 Fax
A0355025
Persons Givino Notice Legal 9/1065
/s/Paul Frankilin Wallis
Paul Franklin Wallis SECOND PUBLIC HEARING
/s/ Joni Lee Wallis NOTICE -
Joni Lee Wallis The City of Milton is applying to
091008 the Florida Department o Com-
091708 munity Affairs (DCAl for a Small
9/1048 Cities Community Development


7 1 ...104 .--, .. .. .1 4..
Block Grant CDBG Commer- mission of the application and
cial Revitolization Grant in the shall continue lo be available
amount of $700,000.00. For for a minimum period of five
each activity tlat is proposed years.
at least 70o of ihe Funds must
benefit low and moderate in- 1. Other Government (federal,
come persons. The activities stale and local) assistance to the
dollar amount and estimated project in the form of a gifh,
percentage benefit to low and grant, loan, guarantee, insur-
moderate income persons for once payment, rebate subsidy
which the City is applying are: credit, tax benefit, or any other
form of direct or indirect benefit
Construction Costs: by source and amount;
$644,000.00 70% low and 2. The identities and pecuniary
moderate income interests of all developers, con-
Sidewalks and Utility Relocation tractors, or consultants involved
within the CRA district in down- in the application for assistance
town Milton or in the planning or develop-
men[ of the project or activity.
Project Administration: 3. The identities and pecuniary
$56,000.00 70% low and interests of any other persons
moderate income with a pecuniary interest in the
project that can reasonably be
The City of Milton plans to mini- expected to exceed $50,000 or
mize displacement of persons 10% of the grant request
as a result of planned CDBG (whichever is lower;
activities in the following man- 4. For those developers, con-
ner: No displacement is antici- tractors, consultants, property
pared because all construction owners, or others listed in two
will occur within established (2) or three (3) above which are
rights-of-way. If any persons are corporations, or other entities,
displaced as a result of the the identification or pecuniary
planned activities, the City will interests by corporations or en-
assist such persons to obtain tity of each officer, director,
suitable replacement housing, principal stockholders, or other
official of the entity.
The public hearing to receive 5. The expected sources of all
citizens views concerning the funds to be provided to the proj-
proposed project will be held in ect by each of the providers of
he Milton Citv C-.. ;1 -:i,,1 those funds and the amount pro-
Room at 6738 '. . vided; and
Thursday, September 25 at 6. The expected uses of all
5:00 pm. A draft copy of the funds by activities and amount.
application will be available for
review aatthat ime. The applica- 091708
tion will be submitted to the 091708
state on September 29, 2008. 9/1065
A final copy of the application
will be made available at the ________
Milton Planning Department at
6738 Dixon Street on Monday Legal 9/1066
through Friday between the
hours of 9 a.m. and 4 p.m. NOTICE OF PROPOSEDOR-
within five days after Seatember DINANCEENACTMENT-
29, 2008. To obtain additional
information concerning the pub- TO WHOM IT MAY CON-
lic hearing, contact Randy CERN:
Jorgenson, at (8501 983-5410.
The Public Hearing is being con- Please be advised that on the
ducted in a handicapped acces- 25th day of September 2008
sible location. Any handi- at 5:01 p.m., CDT, at the City
copped person requiring an in- Council meeting room at. the
terpreter for the hearing im- City Hall at 6738 Dixon Street,
paired or visually impaired in the City of Milton, Florida,
should contact Mr. Jorgenson there wilm be proposed for en-
by September 22nd, ndd 'an in- actment an Ordinance whose ti-
terpreter will be provided. Any tie is as follows:
non-English speaking person
wishing to attend the public ORDINANCE NO. 1294-08
hearing should contact Mr.
Jor enson by September 22nd, AN ORDINANCE ENTITLED:
and a language interpreter will
be provided. To access a Tele- AN ORDINANCE AMEND-
communications Device for Deaf ING THE CODE OF ORDI-
Persons {TDDj please call NUANCES OF THE CITY OF
1 -800-955-87/0. MILTON; AMENDING THE
CLASSIFIED SALARY TABLE
Pursuant to Section 102 of the OF THE CITY OF MILTON;
HUD Reform Act of 1989 the ADOPTING A NEW PAY
following disclosures will be RANGE SCHEDULE; PRO-
submitted to DCA with the appli- VIDING FOR THE ANNUAL
cation. The disclosures wil be SALARY OF THE CITY
made available by the City'of CLERK AND CITY MAN-
Milton and DCA or public in- AGER; AND PROVIDING
section upon request. These FOR AN EFFECTIVE DATE.
disclosures will be made availa-
ble on or after the date of sub- This Ordinance is on file in the


1.. 110A,- -.- 1"1,0
City Clerk's office, for inspec-
tion Any interested party may ORDINANCE NO. 1296-08
appear oat the meeting and be
heard with respect to the pro- AN ORDINANCE EXTEND-
posed Ordinance. ING THE TERRITORIAL
LIMITS OF THE CITY OF
This the 11 th day of September, MILTON FLORIDA BY AN-
2008. NEXATION; PROVIDING
THE ZONING CLASSIFICA-
Dewitt Noble TIONZ PROVIDING FOR
City Clerk SEVERABILITY REPEALING
CIRCUIT COURT SEAL ALL ORDINANCES IN CON-
FLICT HEREWITH AND PRO-
091708 VIDING FOR AN EFFECTIVE
091708 DATE.
9/106 This Ordinance is on file in the
Legal 9/1067 Ciy Clerk's office for inspec-
lega 9/106 tion. Any interested party may
.IC..R. D R- appears at the meeting and be
EOFhedardwith respect the pro-
Mell INCE E I I posed Ordinance.
TO WHOM IT MAY CON- This the 11 th day of September,
CERN: 2008.
Please be advised that on the Dewitt Nobles
14th day of October, 2008 at City Clerk
5:01 p.m., CDT, at the City CIRCUIT COURT SEAL
Council meeting room at th me
City Hall at 678 Dixon Street, 091708
in the City of Milton, Florida, 091708
there willbe proposed or en 9/1068
actment an Ordinance whose ti1-...
tie is as follows: Legal 9/1069
ORDINANCE NO. 1295-08 NOTICE OF PROPOSED OR-
AN ORDINANCE AMEND.-
ING ORDINANCE NO. TO WHOM IT MAY CON-
1288-08 AND SPECIFICA- CERN:
LLY AMENDING SECTIONS
I AND II TO CORRECT THE Please be advised that on the
REFERENCED ORDINANCE 14th day of October, 2008 at
NUMBER, PROVIDING FOR 5;01 p.m, CDT, at tha City
SEVERAB1LITY; REPEALING Council meeting room at the
ALL PROVISIONS OF ORDI- City Hall al 6038 Dixon Street,
NANCES IN CONFLICT in he City of Milton, Florida,
HEREWITH AND PROVID- there will be proposed for en-
-ING AN EFFECTIVE DATE. actment an Ordinance whose ti-
This Ordinance is on file in th fle is as follows:
City Clerk's office for inspec- ORDINANCE NO. 1297-08
tion. Any interested party may
appear at the meeting and be AN ORDINANCE AMEND-
heard with respect to the pro- ING ORDINANCE NO.
posed Ordinance. 1274-08 AND SPECIFICA-
LLY AMENDING SECTION
This the 11 day of September, 7 PROMOTIONS, TO PRO-
2008. W VDE THAT THE DATE OF
PROMOTION SHALL NOT
Dewitt Nobles EFFECT THE DATE OF THE
City Clerk REGULAR MERIT INCREASE,
CIRCUIT COURT SEAL PROVIDING FOR SEVERA-
BILITY, PROVIDING FOR
091708 REPEAL OF ALL PORTIONS
091708 OF ORDINANCE INCON-
9/1067 SISTENT HEREWITH AND
PROVIDING AN EFFECTIVE
DATE.
Legal 9/1068 This Ordinance is on file in the
NOTICE OF PROPOSED OR- City Clerk's office far inspec-
INNE AME tion. Any interested party may
appear a te meeting and be
TO WHOM IT MAY CON- heard with respect to the pro-
CERN: posed Ordinance.
Please be advised that on the This the 11 th day of September,
141h day of October, 2008 at 2008.
5:01 p.m., CDT, at the City Dewitt Nobles
Council meeting room at th Dewitt Nobles
City Hall at 6738 Dixon Street, Cit Clerk
in the City of Milton, Florida, CIRCUIT COURT SEAL
there will be proposed for en-
actment an Ordinance whose ti- 091708
tie is as follows: 091708
911069


091708
091708
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Legal 9/1071


Notice is hereby given that pur-
suant to Chapter 373, Florida
Statutes the following applica-
tion(s) (or water use permjt(s)
has (have) been received byi he
Northwest Florida Water Man-
agement District:
Application number I 06980
filed 09V/05/2008
Halley By The Sea ImprovemenI
Assoc., 6845 Navarre Pkwy.,
Navarre, FL 32566
Requesting a maximum with-
drawal of 68,420 gallons per
day from the Sand-andGrovel
Aquifer System for Landscape Ir-
rigation use by an existing facil-
General withdrawal localionts)
in Santa Rosa County: T025
R26W, Sec. 21; T025, R27W'
Sec. 22C, 27


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TO WHOM IT MAY CON-
CERN:
Please be advised Ihat on the
25th day of Se member, 2008,
at 5:01 p. m,, CDT, at the City
Council meeting room ai the
City Hall at 67,8 Dixon Sireet,
in the City of Milton, Florida,
there will be proposed for en-
actment an Ordinance whose ti-
tle is as follows:
ORDINANCE NO. 1293-08
AN ORDINANCE ESTAB-
USHING A BUDGET PRO-
VIDING FOR THE PAY-
MENT OF THE EXPENSES
OF ALL DEPARTMENTS
AND FUNCTIONS OF THE
CITY GOVERNMENT OF
THE CITY OF MILTON
FLORIDA FOR THE FISCAL
YEAR ENDING SEPTEMBER
30, 2009.
This Ordinance is on file in the
City Clerk's office for inspec-
tion. Any interested party may
appear at the meeting and be
heard with respect to the pro-
posed Ordinance.
This the 11 th day of September,
2008.
Dewitt Nobles
City Clerk
CIRCUIT COURT SEAL


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Interested persons may object to
or comment upon the applica-
tions or submit a written request
for a copy of the staff reports)
containing proposed agency ac-
tion regarding the appicationajs
y writing to the Division of Re-
source Regulation of the North-
wesf Floridna Water Manage-
ment District attention Terri Pe-
terson, 152 Water Manage-
ment Drive, Havana, Florida
32333-9700, but such com-
ments or requests must be re-
ceived by 5 o'clock p.m. on Oc-
tober 1, 2008.
No further public notice will be'
provided reardin this (these)
applications Publcation of this
notice onstitutes constructive
notice of this permit application
to all substantially affected per-
sons. A copy othe staff re-
porets) must be requested in or-
der ao remain advised of further
proceedings and any public
hearing dare. Substantially af-
fected persons are entitled to re-
quest an administrative hearing
re wording the proposed agency
action by submitting a written
request according to the provi-.
sions of 28-60 .201, Florida
Administrative Code. Notices of
Proposed Agency Action will be
mailed only to persons who
have filed such requests.
091708
091708
9/1071



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3230 Garage/Yard Sales
3240 Guns
3250 Good Things to Eat
3260 Health & Fitness
3270 Jewelry/Clothing
3280 Machinery/
Equipment
3290 Medical Equipment
3300 Miscellaneous
3310 Musical Instruments
3320 Plants & Shrubs/
Supplies
3330 Restaurant/Hotel
3340 Sporting Goods
3350 Tickets (Buy & Sell)



Antique wash stand
Circa 1890. Very good
condition. $350
564-0758


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Contemporary
A GREAT

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Currently owned by a
gentleman. A must seel
Eastern" King Mattress
w Box Spring Set,
$750. Modern Dresser,
235. Modern Chest,
175. Flat Screen TV
Stand, $150. 24" TV,
$1.15. Call Levon
226-6730.




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623-8109
3851 Avalon Blvd.


Avalon

School. Sat. Sept.
27, 9-1. Proceeds
send Chorus to sing
in Washington D.C.

East Milton
Big Yard Sale. 27 ft.
'82 Pace Arrow RV. Must
sell due to illness.
$3,000. Loads of miscel-
laneous items. Saturday
9/20 7a.m.-until. 5163
Bent free Road off of
87S.

Moving Sale
3269 McMillian Creek
Drive at Bernath Place
Mulat Road-2 miles south
of Fire Dept. turn
left-Montecito Blvd, turn
right-Seneca Drive, cross
wooden bridge, look for
pink signs. Furniture, an-
tiques, aby stuff, and
much more. Sept. 19 &
20, 7:00 a.m.

PACE
ESTATE SALE
Fri 19th Sat 20th OFF
W. SPENCERFIELD
ROAD. 7:00 'til. EVERY-
THING MUST GO by
end of sale. Bedroom
suite, love seat, couch,
lamps, dining table and
chairs, cedar chest,
wicker rocker, china cab-
inet, display cabinets,
collection of commemora-
tive plates, tv antique
items, tons of glassware,
cookbooks, yard items,
all types of household
items EVERYTHING
MUST GOIl Rain or
Shine

YARD SALE
Fri. & Sat., 7am until ?
Inside Fellowship Hall. Bi-
cycles, dishes, women
clothing. Items for a do-
nations. Chumuckla Pen-
tecostal Holiness Church.
2841 Hwy. 182, Jay
994-5444




GREEN & BOILED
PEANUTS.
HOLLAND FARMS.
1-877-675-6876




POOL TABLE
4 X 8, 3 slate. Li ht oak
wood with red felt and
leather pockets. $600
firm. 384-2386


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




Driver Trainees
Needed. No CDL?
No Problems Earn up to
$900/wk. Home week-
ends with TMC. Com-
pany endorsed CDL
Traninig.
1-866-280-5309

Florida Department of
Agriculture OPS
PEANUT INSPECTION
POSITION available.
Jay & Allentown areas.
Contact Sue Hearndon
850)E675-4162
OE/AA

JOHN HUNT

MYSTERY SHOPPERS
Earn up to $150.00 a
day. Under cover shop-
pers needed to judge
retail and dining estab-
lishments. Experience not
required.,please call
1-877-679-6772


REAL ESTATE FOR RENTJ
6100 Business/
Commercial
6110 Apartments
6120 Beach Rentals
6130- Condo/Townhouse
6140 House Rentals
6150 Roommate Wanted
6160-Rooms for Rent
6170 Mobile Home/Lot
6180 Out-of-Town Rentals
6190 Timeshare Rentals
6200- Vacation Rentals



OFFICE OR RETAIL
space for rent. 750 sq. ft.
Utilities, phone, desk &
filing cabinets included.
Close to Interstate 10.
Great for beauty shop,
law office, etc. $900.
month (850)525-9688
OFFICE SPACE
Office/retail space for
lease. Sm./Med. sizes
available. Reasonable
rates. Great Hiahway
90 location, Milton. Ask
about 1 st month free of-
fer. Call Steve @ (850)
341-1952



1 bedroom. Washer
included. $375 month.
$200 deposit. 623-8875
All utilities included.
Milton business district on
water. Large fireplace,
formal dining room,
kitchen bar with butcher
block table. Approved for
any disabilities, com-
pletly furnished, cable,
TV, microwave, small ap-
pliances, private parking.
$795.0 + deposit. Must
have references.
850-983-8195 Appoint-
ment only, ready
September 12th.
Milton
2 bedroom 1 bath apart-
ment. (off stewart Street.
$495. month $495.
dep. Don Cumbie Realty
626-8959 or 377-6787
Milton
Cyanamid Rd.
2/BR 2/BA with laun-
dryroom. Up stairs with
balcony. Water included.
No dogs. $650 plus de-
posit. $100 discount
with coupon. 712-9968
Milton
HUD Approved, ok.
2 or 3 bedrooms. Mili-
tary welcome. 981-9397
Mulat/Pace
1 bedroom/I bath spa-
cious apartment for rent.
Lots of privacy. Garbage
furnished. $295 month.
$295 deposit. 995-4335
Near Whiting
2 bed, 1 bath duplex.
$495 month, $495 dep.
Call Don Cumbie Realty
377-6787
Pace
2 bedroom/1 bath, all
ceramic tile, stove,
refrigerator, D/W, shed
w/ electric, Non-smoking
unit $590 per month in-
cludes grass cuttingand
garbage. Call 626-2928








623- 62,
3 bedrooms, 2.5
baths home with
in-ground pool, fireplace
and 2 car garage. Close
to 1-10. $900 month.
Lease reference, deposit.
623-0623
6250 Starhill Dr. 3/2, 1
car gar. Split bed-
rooms. $950/$950. No
Pets. Janet Coulter Realty
206-3666
ALLENTOWN
HOUSE FOR RENT
2 bedroom / 1 bath with
game room. $600
month $500 deposit.
623-0758
Avalon Blvd. Area
Great location, great
neighborhood. 3/2,
laundry room. Brick
home approx. 1600
sq.ft. 2-car garage, pri-

983-2118
Bagdad Area
3/BR 1/BA on 1 acre
of land. Great condition
$775/mth
775/deposit.
4366 Woodville Rd
Non-smoking environ-
ment. Janet Coulter
206-3666


- 6140
FWB- 3br, 2 ba Newer
construction house w/
fenced ard available for
lease Oct. 1st. Great lo-
cation to both bases.
Terms negotiable. $1200
mo. Call 850 699-2189
Milton
2 bedroom, 1 bath Du-
plex, new carpet, washer
& drer. $500 month
$450 deposit. Small pets
okay. 384-2076

Milton 3 bedroom, 2
bath, 1 car garage
$850 month. $600 de-
osit 6605 Wesdon
2ourt
Milton 4 bedroom, 3
bath 2 car garage
$956 month. $700 de-
osit. 6295 Cottage

Pace 2 bedroom 2
bath, partial enclosed
garage $650 month.
400 deposit. 5437
Camille Gardens
Blumac Realty
981-1631

Milton
3 bedroom/1 bath. Big
yard. Located near
schools. $500 month.
$500 deposit. 995-4335
Milton
baths, 2,300 sq. ft.
acres, deck, gazebo
carport & large shed.
Avalon area of Milton
$1 600 mo. 698-0134,
637-5073, 994-9665
Milton
Gorgeous, custom,
completely renovated 2
bedroom, 1 bath home.
6447 Skyline Drive.
1, 2, 3 year leases. $50
application fee. Credit/
background check. Call
426-2525 / 6264266.
Showing by appointment
only.
North Milton
3/BR 2/BA Dou-
blewide. $650 month
$300 dep. or 2/BR
1/BA $450 month
$300 dep. Central
heat & air. No pets.
675-6614
North Milton
House for rent. 6843
Chuckwagon Lane.
3 bed, 1.5 bath. Total
electric. $750 month,
$300 dep. Baycrest Re-
alty 994-79188
Pace
3 bedrooms 2 bath
split design. New range
and fridge. Fenced yard,
12X20 storage shed .
Quiet neighborhood.
Water/sewer included.
Yard care provided.
$850. month. $850 dep.
Call 384-4693
Pace
3/BR 2/BA double car
garage with fenced back
yard. Available now.
military clause honored.
Pets allowed with pet fee
of $300. $950 month.
$800. deposit. Call
850-501-0273 or
529-7899
Pace
3578 Acy Lowery Rd.
Spacious brick home with
a large, enclosed pool.
3.5 acres. Sbr/4.5
baths- 3,614 SF.
$1 595. per month.
Call 478-4607
Eric Gleaton Realty, Inc.
Pace/Pea Ridge
3 bedrooms/1.5
baths, Clean brick
1350 sq ft., fenced, new
HVAC, stove, refrig., and
paint. All tile, non- smok-
ing, small pets consid-
ered. $77 month/$750
deposit. 623-8675
before 7pm.



Pace
3rd roommate
needed to share 3 bed-
room, 1 1/2 bath home.
All privileges; cable
phone & utilities incl.
$400. (850)463-4103
or 255-4611
WANTED
Christian roommate
wanted. New 4 bed-
room, 2 bath house.
Near Pace High School
$350. month plus 1/2
utilities. 384-4453



Room for rent with
telephone, washer/dryer
andkitchen privileges,
cable Iv. $125 week.
426-9322


2 bedroom mobile
home for rent. Front &
back porch. Fenced back
yard. Air conditioning.
623-5145
2 bedroom/1 bath
mobile home for rent.
$500 month, dep & ref.
499-7412/537-6222
3 bedroom 1 bath on
1 acre. $450/$200
deposit. 2 bedroom 1
bath in Pace $450/
$200 deposit. 957-4069
or 665-1056

Beautiful 3 bedroom,
2 bath mobile home with
woods on three sides and
private drive. Garbage
and lawn care included
No pets. Non-smoking
environment. Proof of em-
ployment and references
994-7982
Chumuckla Area
8856 Rock Creek Rd.
3 bedroom 2 bath,
14 X60, $400
deposit $550 month.
Garbage and water
furnished.
(850)791-0311
E. Milton
14' wide, 2 bedroom,
2 bath. Water & gar-
bage included. $450
month. $200 deposit.
623-8162
E. Milton
2bed/1 bath mobile
home. $425 month,
Realty. 626-8959/
377-6787
E. Milton
Mobile home. 2 bed-
electric. On private lot.
4432 Gentry Farms
Road. $485. rent, $200
delp. No pets. Baycrest
Realty 994-J918
Jay/Milton/Pace
Rentals 2 & 3 bed-
rooms. $400-$650 per
month.Section 8/Hud ac-
cepted. Call 994-5703

Milton
"Newly remod-
eled" 2 bedroom,
1 bath. Central
heat & air. All utili-
ties included, plus
lawn service. New
stove & new refrig-
erator. Nicely fur-
nished. On quiet
1/2 acre. WOWI
JUST $150 PER
WEEK, $200 secu-
rity deposit. Call
623-9112
or 384-2386

Milton
1 Mile south of Whit-
inc Field. 2 bedrooms
with air, covered entry &
all electric. Just remod-
eled, washer hook-up.
$375/mth, $300/dep.
unfurnished. Includes gar-
bage pick up. No pets.
623-85u3
Milton
2 Bedroom, 1 bath, nice
private lot, adjoining
Blackwater bike traiT.
$525 month. $500
deposit. No Pets.
850.686-0602 or
850-501-6220
Milton
2 bedrooms/1 bath,
14 x 70 mobile home in
Marlborough Village.
6538 Palomino Street.
No pets. $485 month,
$250 deposit. Baycrest
Really 994-7918
Milton
3/2 doublewide.
$615 month, $615 dep.
Don Cumbie Realty.
626-8959 or 377-6787
Milton
MOBILE HOMES FOR
RENT. 368-7506 or
983-7259
Milton
Pollard Mobile Home
Park. 1 bed, 1 bath. To-
tal electric. Water & aar-
bage furnished. $375.
rent $200 dep. Baycrest
Realty 994-7918
Milton .
Quiet Clean Park
Rent includes water, gar-
bage and lawn service.
No Pets.
2/2 for $450/month.
2/2 for $350/month
Call 6984582
Nice 2 bedroom, 2
bath. Private lot. All elec-
tric. CH/A, garden tub,
outside storage. $475
month. $395 deposit.
623-9902
Nice, 2 bed/2 bath.
Quiet, clean, CH & A,
Roman tub, fireplace &
covered porch. $465 per
month, includes water,
garbage & sewer.
$395. dep. 623-9902


S6170
Off Avalon Blvd.
2 bedrooms. Covered en-
try, all electric CH/A,
lust remodeled. Water




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
3751 McCollum Dr.
Mobile home on private
lot. 3 bedrooms, 2 bath.
Total electric. No pets.
$625. month, $300 dep.
Baycrest Realty
994-7918
Pea Ridge
Tamarind Mobile
Home Park. 2 bed-
rooms, 1 bath. Total elec-
tric, water & garbage fur-
nished. $450 rent, $200
dep. No pets. Baycrest
Realty 994-918
West Milton
5072 Ridgeway Blvd.
Mobile home on private
lot. Total electric. $485
month, $300 dep. No
pets. 2 bedrooms, 2
bath9 Baycrest Realty
994-7918


REAL ESTATE FOR SALE
7100 Homes
7105 Open Houses
7110 Beach Home/
Property
7120 Commercial
7130 Condo/Townhouse
7140 Farms & Ranches
7150 Lots and Acreage
7160 Mobile Homes
7170 Waterfront
7180- Investment
Property
7190 Out-of-Town
Real Estate
7200 Timeshare



Florala, Alabama
Nice house furnished on
44 acres of beautiful
land. Shop, sheds and
some equipment.
$279,000.
850-994-9985 or
850-776-1939


Remn.deled
FWB
Kenwood
Subdivision
Beautiful brick 3 br, 2
ba, 2 cg. Located close
to bases on quiet half
acre corner lot. Built in
1994, kitchen recently
updated with stainless
steel appliances, corner
FP wall brick hearth,
vaulted ceilings, fresh
paint, security system,
updated electronic irri-
gation, large screened
orch under roof, chain
link back yard perfect
for pets. $299,000.
Call 850 226-6754


| 7100 7150 1
Beautiful waterfront
Milton lot for sale in nice Santa
3 bedroom, 1 1/2 bath Rosa County subdivision.
on 1 1/2 acres957 2/3 acre with 100 feet
$175,000. 623-4957 a waterfront on Mulat
_____________ Bayou. Lot has been
cleared and ready for
building. Wide open
-flAy water access with water
NEW Al and sewer service. Min-
Niu gutes from Interstate ac-
cess and development in
Milton Pea Ridge. $155,000
Starter home 2br 1 ba, Call 850-944-2293 or
.23 Acre, in city. Handy- 850-572-6232
man Speciall Clean up &
demo done you finish.
$29.9K. Call 393-3236.
7'160

East Milton
REDUCED
'98 Oakwood
o 14x60 3/1, CH&A.
All elec. 1/2 acre,
Navarre fenced rear yard.
Navarre 20x40 garage +
2 story, 4 br, 2V2 ba 12x14 shed +2x24
2150s home on large deck with enclosed
natural lot. 9' ceilings, laundry $49500.
separate living & dining 554 484 /
rooms, eat-in kitchen. Lg. 983-3110
whirlpool tub and sepa- -
rate shower in master
bath. Beautiful, quiet wa-
terfront neighborhood.
Priced to selF at the re-
Call 850 261-0322, or B.j 1
685-8048 leave msg.


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.58 ACRES, off Ward
Basin Road. 4102
Driskell Road. 113 feet
waterfront. $150,000.
Call Myrick Properties
512-5445.

A Little Ranch 7.5 ac-
res on Pine Blossom Rd.
in Milton. Small house
nice barn, new tractor,
horse, $192,00.,
623-1387


8100 Antique & Collectibles
8110 Cars
8120- Sports Utility Vehicles
8130- Trucks
8140 Vans
8150- Commercial
8160 Motorcycles
8170 Auto Parts
& Accessories
8210 Boats
8220 Personal Watercraft
8230 Sailboats
8240 Boat & Marine
Supplies
8310 Aircraft/Aviation
8320 ATV/Off Road Vehicles
8330 Campers & Trailers
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Will pick up. Running or
Noti Call 585-5004


CASH PAID
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53,000 miles. Must seel
Must sell Motivated
seller. $16,900
554-0467






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$5,000. 426-9322


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