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Body of 25-year-old Pace diver found


Two-day search ends in tragedy


By JENI BOOKER SENTER
jscfnter@isrp)sressgazettc.com

According to the Marion
County Florida Sheriff's Of-
fice, the body of Sean Pat-
rick Spiegel, 25 of Pace, who
went missing during a dive
with friends about 1:30 a.m.
Saturday, was found after
two days of searching by
about a dozen divers, includ-


ing members of the Marion
County Sheriff's Office Dive
Team and other profession-
als.
Spiegel, a commercial
dive student, was found 105
.feet below the surface of the
40 Fathom Grotto in North-
west Marion County on Sun-
day at around 8:15 p.m.
On November 15 at ap-
proximately 3:46 a.m., the


Marion County Sheriff's Of-
fice received a 911 call from
The Grotto, located at 9487
NW 115 Avenue in Ocala, in
reference to a missing diver.
Spiegel was staying at a
log cabin at the 40 Fathom
Grotto with Matthew James
Berry, 22, of Attica, Mich.; Ni-
cole Wilkerson, 23, of Brooks-
ville; Doug Masters, 24, of
St. Augustine; and William
Sanders, 29, of Garnerville,
N.Y, when the group decided
to take a late-night dive.
According to a report by


Deputy Francisco Perez of
the Marion County Sheriff's
Department, Masters, Wilk-
erson, Spiegel and Berry put
on their scuba gear and went
diving, leaving Sanders be-
hind for safety reasons. The
four divers, with the aid of a
rope, went under water and
descended about 104 feet.
The dive lasted around 20
minutes before they decided
to ascend.
Berry told the deputy that
he told his partners to come
back up, but he reports Spie-


gel used hand signals to say
no.
According to the report,
Spiegel signaled that he had
six more minutes. The rest
of the dive party went up,
leaving Spiegel below.
When the group reached
70 feet, Berry reports he did
not see Spiegel.
He told the deputy that he
and Masters went down to
the 104-feet marker looking
for him, but didn't find him.
They continued to search
but still couldn't find him.


Perez said in his report
that Berry told him some-
times Spiegel would let go of
the rope as a prank, but that
he usually returned within
five minutes.
The Marion County
sheriff's dive team began
the search about 6:30 a.m.
Saturday and enlisted the
help of professional divers
throughout the day and into
the night.
An autopsy to determine
the cause of death is sched-
uled for Monday.


Monday mishap injures four


One of the vehicles involved was a Santa Rosa County

School bus taking Milton High School students home


By BILL GAMBLING
bgamblin@srpressgazette.com

A two-vehicle accident Mon-
day afternoon near the intersec-
tion of Highway 87 South and
Hickory Hammock Road sent
four individuals to area hospitals
for treatment.
One of the vehicles involved
was a Santa Rosa County School
bus that was taking students of
Milton High School home.
According to Assistant Super-
intendent of Santa Rosa County
Schools Bill Price four people on
the bus were transported from
the scene for medical treatment.
Two were taken to Sacred


Heart Hospital in Pensacola,
while two others were trans-
ported to the Santa Rosa Medi-
cal Center in Milton. Price would
not reveal any further informa-
tion or the identities of the four
who were transported.
According to the FHP report
released around 8:15 p.m. Mon-
day night, 17 students were on
the bus at the time of the acci-
dent with four of those students
being treated for minor injuries.
lesha Gooden, 15, and Tina
Carroll, 17, both of Milton, were
transported to Santa Rosa Medi-
cal Center, while 18-year-old
Adrieanna McClary and 15-
year-old Brittaney Gartner were


transported to Sacred Heart
Hospital.
None of the students injured
were wearing seat belts accord-
ing to Trooper H.S. Campbell's
report.
Around 4:30 p.m. the Santa
Rosa County School Bus driven
by Diane Dunaway and a Ford
Explorer driven by Alex J. Ward,
23, of Milton, collided as the Ex-
plorer was trying to make a left
turn in to the Tom Thumb locat-
ed at the corner of Hickory Ham-
mock and Highway 87 South.
Ward was cited for violation of
right of way and for violating driv-
er license restrictions by driving
without corrective lenses.


MILTON


Police look for


leads in burglary


By JENI BOOKER SENTER
jseniter@srpressgazette.com
According to a news re-
lease from the City of Milton
Police Department (MPD), a
burglary occurred at Hollo-
way's Auto Repair on Caro-
line Street on Saturday.
Captain Tindall of the
MPD says a patrol officer
discovered the break in on
Saturday and informed the
owner of the business. The
owner met law enforcement
on site and confirmed that
a safe was missing from the
business.
Police are seeking leads
on the burglary and anyone
who has information is asked
to contact the Milton Police
Department at 983-5420.
Tindall says the burglary


Police are seeking leads on
the burglary and anyone
who has information is
asked to contact the
Milton Police Department
at 983-5420.

is unrelated to the string of
robberies that occurred last
Sunday in Holmes Plaza and
its surrounding area.
Last Sunday, November 9,
Holmes Plaza was the scene
of several break-ins.
Around 1 a.m., an alarm
was triggered at Gold Mine
Bingo. By 6:30 a.m., work
crews discovered the doors
See BURGLARY A4


SANTA ROSA SHERIFF'S OFFICE
SURVEILLANCE: Photos show a possible purse robber
being sought by the Santa Rosa County Sheriff's Office
for for stealing wallets from purses in the Navarre and
Pace areas. At right, a surveillance photo shows a
possible car driven by a robber being sought.


Purse thief sought


by sheriff's office


Press Gazette Staff Report

The Santa Rosa County
Sheriff's Office is attempting
to identify a black female re-
sponsible for approximately
13 wallet thefts that have
occurred at the Walmart
stores in Navarre and Pace,
and the Publix and Winn Di-
xie in Pace.
Allegedly the suspect
follows her victims around
and when the victims are
not looking, the suspect re-
moves their wallets from
inside their purses placed
in the shopping carts. Sev-
eral victims noticed the sus-
pect following them around
in the store while the sus-


pect was in close proximity
to them.
Several of the victim's
credit cards were used after
they were stolen to purchase
gift cards and other items in
Okaloosa County and also in
Enterprise, Alabama.
The suspect may be trav-
eling in a maroon sedan,
possibly a later model Chevy
Malibu or Impala. The sus-
pect may also walk with a
limp.
If anyone has any in-
formation pertaining to
the identity of the suspect,
please call Crime Stoppers
at 437-STOP or the Santa
Rosa County Sheriff's Office
at 983-1191/1192/1193/1194.


Jim Fletcher
Publisher
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James D. (Jimmy Don)
Pate, age 64, passed away
at his home in Paxton, FL,
Saturday, November 8. He
was born in Paxton, FL
on July 31, 1944, the son of
Quincy Lee and Ruth King
Pate. He was employed with
Bell South Telephone for 25
years. He was a member of
the Florala EMS in Florala
where he served as Captain.
He retired from the Alabama


Sunday, 10:11 p.m.
This is Mary When I was
reading the Saturday paper,
I found out most were upset
over the socialist president we
have elected. Some think this
is a racial issue, but it a moral
issue. The problem is what the
socialist candidate has sup-
ported in the past by his votes.
Some of the items are abor-
tion on demand, partial birth
abortions, both of which are
murder, gun control, homo-
sexual riots, the fairness doc-
trine, and so on. The economy
is a very important issue, but
I don't feel we would be in this
mess if it hadn't of been for
these socialists putting pres-
sure on banks to make these
bad loans that people couldn't
make. Why should we suffer
over their stupid deals.

Sunday, 2:23 p.m.
Yes, this is Dudley. I was
calling in reference to Ray-
mond's call. He states that it is
time for a change in America.
Well I am saying I don't know if
we can afford all of the chang-
es the newly elected president
wants to make. He also went
on to say that America was
built by the African Americans
and Mexicans, well if that was
the case then why didn't they
build Africa and South Ameri-
ca while they were at it?

Sunday, 11:59 a.m.
My name is Sonny Hester
from the FHSAA and I need
Mr. Powell or Coach Bragg to
call me. We need to talk about
your baseball program. We
need you to do that immedi-
ately.
Editor's note: It seems
kind of strange that Sonny
Hester would call from a
Santa Rosa County phone
number when his office is
located at NW 8011' Boulevard
in Gainesville, Fla. Maybe
we need to send the welcome
wagon to greet Mr Hester
and he could become a very
active member in all of the
school activities across San-
ta Rosa County instead of
worrying about a sole base-
ball program when people
callfrom Chumuckla.

Sunday, 8:38 a.m.
Yeah this is Jake from Mil-
ton. I am commenting about
this feller Don who feels like
he is being picked on by Joe
and Billy. I agree with Joe






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National Guard with over
22 years of service and was
an auxiliary member of the
Milton Policy Department in
Milton, FL. He was a mason
and a member of Fidelity
Lodge 685, Florala.'
Survivors include his
wife-Carolyn Smith Pate of
Paxton, son-James Doug-
las Pate of Pace, FL; 3 daugh-
ters-Donna Pate and Mar-
tha Quida Pate, both of Pace,


and Billy. These hunters are
not real sportsmen when you
look at how they hunt. Any-
one can kill a deer when you
run them with dogs all hours
of the night and throw out a
couple of fresh ones every
couple of hours or spotlight
them at night. Sooner or lat-
er they are going to have to
crawl across the road with
their tongue hanging out.
That not a sportsman. Any-
one can kill a deer that has
been run for 24 hours. Hang
in there Joe and Billy I think
you are doing the right thing.

Sunday, 7:29 a.m.
An answer to Billy in Black-
water. You should be very cau-
tions about your so called idiot
season coming up. You are on
the top of the list of idiots if you
think killing innocent dogs of
hunters is the way to get back
at someone throwing trash
in your driveway. You have a
serious mental problem and
need major help.

Sunday, 12:36 a.m.
Yes, this is WO. Jones and
the Speak Out on Thursday
called "Woe is Me, Woe is Me"
is just me having fun and I am
sure the person who called
understands what I am say-
ing. Now the word babaloney
is a word I made up from the
word babble and baloney,
which is what I use to describe
a local talk show host who is a
preacher. I monitor this bunch
on the radio. One of the hosts
called a caller a scumbag and
this person is suppose to be
a preacher. Then the co-host
during the week trashed three
local religions and bordered
doing the same this past week
when he commented about a
church using the King James
Version of the bible. And they
called one of their people a
nutcase hermit from Jay and
I have that one on tape.

Saturday, 1:16 p.m.
This is Bill Allen and I was
the coordinator of the Milton
Veterans Day Celebration.
The Milton and Pace bands
have been a wonderful addi-
tion to our parade for many
years. They donate their time
and come out. They also do
a great job. Unfortunately
some of these young people
play different music and see it
for the first time. So they vol-
unteer to put sheet music on
their horn and march. They


Frances Elizabeth Pate of
Paxton; brothers-Bob Raw-
ls of Milton and Mike Pate
of Virginia; sisters-Brenda
Pate of Illinois and Carol Sell-
ers of Louisiana; step-moth-
er-Quida Pate of Panama
City, FL; step-children-Ce-
sylvia Destefano of Luverne,
AL, Priscilla Bryan of Dell-
ville, Katrina Mitchell of Lu-
verne, Anthony Peacock and
Sylvester Peacock, both of


did a wonderful job and I don't
appreciate people picking on
one band over the other.

Friday, 2 p.m.
I am sure many of you
watched the CNN presenta-
tion Escape from.Jonestown.
Such was a terrible event
that brought back many bad
memories and things people
wanted to forget as Jim Jones
took the elderly's social secu-
rity and became a socialist or
a dictator. Today that same
thing is still going on as young
people move into the homes
of the elderly and then force
them to sign over their checks
to them. It is going on here
in Santa Rosa County and is
probably worse than I realize.
I hope they realize they will
have to account for everything
they have done to people just
like Jim Jones had to.

Friday, 6:27 a.m.
Yes, I am calling about the
person flying the American
Flag upside down with a Con-
federate Flag on top. This is
Mike in Pace and the house
is on Education Drive. I know
that they are upset about the
election, but disgracing the
American flag is not right.

Thursday, 6:59 p.m.
Hi, this is Sue. I have been
noticing lately whoever is
typing in the paper about the
Bible is using a lower case b.
I was taught the Bible is a sa-
cred book of Christianity and
should be used with a capital
B. I would appreciate if you
would start capitalizing the B
in Bible. Thank you.
Editor's note: We apolo-
gize for this and did not
mean to show any disre-
spect. We will make every
effort possible not to make
the mistake again.

Thursday, 3:51 p.m.
This is to the editor from
Mary. Thank you for print-
ing my last two calls to Speak
Out. During the Nov. 4 elec-
tion I saw where three-quar-
ters of the Republicans voted
for John McCain and only just
a few states along the north-
east, the upper mid west, the
west coast and the northwest
voted for the other candidate.
Now the electoral voters will
put this socialist in office. I
want to know how are these
people selected and also are


Wednesday, Novemiav k9, 2008


Crestview; 19 grandchildren;
2 great grandchildren and 2
unborn great grandchildren.
Memorial services were
held at 5:30 p.m., Satur-
day, November 15, 2008 at
the First Assembly of God
Church in Florala with Rev-
erend Ray Bundy officiating.
Let the family know you
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they Republican, Democrat,
or Non-party. I have been
studying the constitution and
feel like this has been left out
of the school system for way
to long now. I understand they
do this to keep the election
lawful, but from what I am
reading and hearing every-
one has the same concerns
as me. We need to wake up or
we will end up being ruled by
terrorists and lose our rights
under this socialist president
with more governmental con-
trol. Thank you.
Editors's note: the Elec-
torial College you are refer-
ring to is made up ofthe Sen-
ators and Representatives
who make up the legisla-
tive branch of government.
It has not always gone this
way in the nations history,
but in most cases the state
will give all its electoral
votes to the candidate who
wifts the popular election in
its respective state.

Thursday, 1:42 p.m.
Hi, this is Wayne from
Jay. Many people have called
the Speak Out segment with
varied views of the election.
I have two points. I want to
thank him for the high rise in
gun sales since the election
is up because all gun owners
are getting prepared for what
will happen under the first
and last black president of
the United States. Secondly,
there was not one Christian
who voted for Obama. People
who go to church and call
themselves Christians who
voted for this man are im-
posters. Who could call them-
selves a Christian and elect
this socialist baby killer. I will
not call this man my presi-
dent. But in fouryear the peo-
ple will realize their mistake
from the turmoil and replace
him with a true American.

Wednesday, 11:18 p.m.
I wonder who was respon-
sible for that terrible speed
bump that has been placed in
the driveway between Berry-
hill Road and the Santa Rosa
County Hospital. It is too se-
vere. Some lawyer is going to
get rich from personal injury
cases and personal property
damages. That will all come
from those claims from peo-
ple trying to cross it.

Call the Speak Out line
at 623-5887.


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Sheriff's REPORT


The following list is from
Nov. 4 through Nov. 11, 2008
CurtisIIl, Ralph William;
Male; 27; (6416 Bruce Lane,
Milton; DUI, Drugs-Possess
Cntrl Sub W/O Prescrip-
tion, Marijuana-Possess Not
More Than 20 Grams, Nar-
cotic Equip-Possess And Or
Use. 11/4/08
Hall, Darrell James;
Male; 41; 17300 Walker
Springs Rd, Gainestown, AL;
Probation Violation-Felony.
11/4/08
Hodges, Daniel Lee;
Male; 23; 1519 Christmas
Tree Rd, Milton; Possess
Methamphetamine. 11/4/08
Pace. Michael Lee; Male;
25; 5558 Riviera Dr, Milton;
Burglary Unoccupied Struc-
ture Unarmed, Larc-Petit
1st Offense. 11/4/08
Roberts, Timothy James;
Male; 49; 8212 Bucket Creek
Rd, Milton; Drugs-Delivr/
Distr-Deliver Methamphet-
amine. 11/4/08
Flores, Alejandro Jose;
Male; 25; 326 Peggy Dr,
Crestview; Drive While Lic
Susp 3rd or Subseq Off.
11/4/08
Solis Hidalgo, Jose Ru-
ben; Male; 16; 6565 Julia
Drive, Milton; Burgl Unoccu-
pied Conveyance Unarmed,
Larc-Petit 1st Off. 11/4/08
Wilson, Brandon Lee;
Male; 21; 2818 Helen St.,
Pensacola; Probation Viola-
tion-Felony 11/4/08
Niederhauser, Corey
Brett; Male; 32; 2789 Augus-
tus Rd, Navarre; DUI and
Damage Property. 11/4/08
Boykins, Shannon Mau-
rice; Male; 35; 6830 Roundup
Ln, Milton; Cocaine-Sell
Schedule II, Probation Vio-
lation-Felony. 11/05/08
Causey, Dexter Lamar;
Male; 24; 5550 Alabama St,
Milton; Cocaine-Sell Sched-
ule II. 11/5/08
Cunningham, Cody Lee;
male; 22; 5794 Sunview Dr,
Milton; Weapon Offense-De-
liver Possess Sell Altered
Firearm, Robbery With Fire-
arm. 11/5/08
Hudson, Jermarrick
Oryan; Male; 20; 5706 Vonnie
Branch Rd, Milton; Cocaine-
Sell Schedule II. 11/5/08
Thomas III, Joseph
NMN; Male; 35; 6501 Bass
Ln, Milton; Cocaine-Sell
Schedule II. 11/05/08
Dukes, Jr., Willie James;
Male; 29; 5399 Locklin Ave,
Milton; Cocaine-Sell Sched-
ule II (2 cts.). 11/05/08
Hernandez, Jonathan
Maldonado; Male; 23; 1879
Cotton Bay Ln, Navarre;
Probation Violation-Felony
11/5/08.
Key, Tina Renee; Female;
43; 4240 Mosby St., Pace; Co-
caine-Sell Schedule II, Synth
Narcotic-Sell Schedule I or
II. 11/5/08
Smith, Jesse Tallen;
Male; 21; 7369 Quinn Rd,
Milton; Probation Violation-
Felony. 11/5/08
Sutton, Donald Lee;
Male; 46; 4206 Stephens
Rd, Pace; Synth Narcotic -
Sell Schedule I or II, DUI.
11/5/08


Tidwell, Stewart Lee;
Male; 18: 4994 Dobson Rd,
Jay; Sex Offense-Victim
12YOA Up to 15 YOA. (3 cts).
11/5/08
Beck, Bryan Edward;
Male; 30; 5630 Silver Star Ct,
Milton; Resist Officer-Fail to
Obey Police or Fire Depart-
ment, DUI, Resist Officer-
Flee Elude LEO with Lights
Siren Active, Drive While
Lie Susp 2nd Off, Obstruct
W/O Violence, Forgery-Ob-
tain Controlled Substance
By, Fraud-Obtain Controlled
Substance By 11/6/08
Bender, Ledre Tryon;
Male; 19; 6645 Magnolia St,
Milton; Probation Violation-
Felony 11/6/08
Green, II, Robert Thom-
as; Male; 21; 4150 James
Jernigan Rd, Jay; Stolen
Prop-Dealing in Stolen Prop-
erty. 11/6/08
Kattner, Frederick Earl;
Male; 21; 620 Bay Cliffs Rd,
Gulf Breeze; DUI. 11/5/08
Richards, Noah Robert;
Male; 20; 4129 Railroad St.,
Pace; Probation Violation-
Felony 11/6/08
Acosta, Jr. Jorge
Retamoza; Male; 27; 408
Oakleaf Court, Pensacola;
Drugs-Possess Control Sub
W/O Prescription (3 ets.),
Narcotic Equip-Possess And
or Use (3 ets.), Marijuana-
Possess Not More Than
20 Grams, Drugs-Possess
Methamphetamine. 11/6/08
Eddleman. Jr., Walter
Ronald; Male; 40; 7078 Ma-
jestic Blvd., Navarre; Drive
While Lie Susp 1st Off, Veh
Theft Grand 3rd Degree,
Drugs-Possess Cntrl Sub W/
O Prescription. 11/6/08
Anderson, William Mon-
roe III, Male; 20; 9212 Eagle
Nest Drive, Navarre; Proba-
tion Violation-Felony 11/6/08
Sweenev, Michael Eu-
gene; Male; 22; 4815 Carl
Booker Rd, Milton, Proba-
tion Violation-Felony 11/6/08
Clark, Nicholas Wesley;
Male; 28; 4225 Rice Rd, Mil-
ton; DUI. 11/6/08
Bottin, Duane Dennis;
Male; 59; 443 Bridgewater
Ct, Mary Esther; Possess
Cocaine. 11/7/08
Driggers. Justin Lee;
Male; 20; 6252 Fox Run St.,
Milton; Probation Violation-
Felony. 11/8/08
Eldridge, Jessica Lynne;
Female; 28; 4206 Bay Cedar
Rd, Pace; Drugs-Possess
New Legend Drug W/O Pre-
scription, Drugs-Possess
Meth W/Intent to Sell Manu-
facture Deliver, Drugs-Pos-
sess Cntrl Sub W/O Prescrip-
tion, Marijuana Possess Not
More Than 20 Grams, Am-
phetamine-Traffic or Meth-
amphetamine 14 Grams or
Over, Narcotic Equip-Pos-
sess And or Use, Narcotic
Equip-Possess Manufacture
Deliver, Drugs-Possess List-
ed Chemical Wit Manufac-
ture Cntrl Subs. 11/6/08
Howton, James Thom-
as; Male; 26; 9491 Cornfield
Way; Battery-Touch or Strike
(domestic violence), Kidnap-
False Imprisonment Adult
(domestic violence), Ob-


structing Justice-Intimidate
Threaten Etc Viet Witness
Informant (domestic vio-
lence). 11/8/08
Martin, Jr.. Vernal Ray;
Male; 48; 3750 McCollum D;r,
Pace; Probation Violation-
Felony. 11/7/08
Morgan, Travis Jammal;
Male; 23; 4857 Webb Cir; Mil-
ton; Cocaine-Sell Schedule
II. 11/7/08
Pannell, Nicholas Wil-
liam; Male; 19; 43 Hume Dr.,
Hurlburt Field; Damage
prop-Crim Misch Over $200
Under $1,000, Burgl Unoccu-
pied Conveyance Unarmed,
Lare-Theft is $300 or More
But Less Than $5,000, Resist
Officer Obstruct W/O Vio-
lence. 11/7/08
Pittman, Bonnie Sue; Fe-
male; 49; 7252 Antoinette Cir,
Navarre; Possess Cocaine,
Narcotic Equip-Possess And
or Use. 11/7/08
Shirlev, Jason Howard;
Male; 32; 4206 Bay Seeder
Rd, Pace; Drugs-Possess
New Legend Drug W/O Pre-
scription, Drugs-Possess
Meth W/Intent to Sell Manu-
facture Deliver, Drugs-Pos-
sess Cntrl Sub W/O Prescrip-
tion, Marijuana-Possess Not
More Than 20 Grams, Am-
phetamine-Traffic or Meth-
amphetamine 14 Grams or
Over, Narcotic Equip Pos-
sess And Or Use, Narcotic
Equip-Possess Manufacture
Deliver, Drugs-Possess List-
ed Chemical Wit Manufac-
ture Cntrl Subs. 11/8/08
Thomas, David Eugene;
Male; 28; 6611 Grace St.,
Milton; Drugs-Possess New
Legend Drug W/O Prescrip-
tion, Drugs-Possess Meth
W/Intent to Sell Manufac-
ture Delivr, Drugs-Possess
Cntrl Sub W/O Prescrip-
tion, Marijuana-Possess Not
SMore Than 20 Grams, Am-
phetamine-Traffic or Meth-
amphetamine 14 Grams Or
Over, Narcotic Equip-Pos-
sess And or Use, Narcotic
Equip-Possess Manufacture
Deliver, Drugs-Possess List-
ed Chemical Wit Manufac-
ture Cntrl Subs. 11/08/08
Tyson, Jason Donshae;
Male; 25: 6805 Cornelius Ln,
Pensacola; Failure to Appear
for Felony Offense. 11/7/08
Utterback. William Ma-
phis; Male; 8265 E. Bay
Blvd., Navarre; Battery-
Felony Batt or Dom. Batt By
Strangulation (domestic vio-
lence). 11/8/08
Webb, Samuel Edward;
Male; 42; 6280 Buckskin Dr.,
Milton; Damage Prop-Crim
Misch Over $200 Under
$1,000, Burgl of Unoccu-
pied Dwelling, Unarmed No
Asslt/Batt, Fraud-Tamper
With Theft of Utility or Cable
Services. 11/8/08
Moore, Ronald Charles;
Male; 32; 2851 Joe Pruitt Rd,
Navarre; Fugitive From Jus-
tice. 11/08/08
Moore, Leshawn NMN;
Male; 32; 663 Dolphin Isl Pk-
way, Mobile; Drive on Per-
manently Revoked Driver
License. 11/8/08
English, Clay James;
Male; 21; 6566 Maddox Rd,


Elected OFFICIALS


County Government
County Commission
District 1: Tom Stewart,
Pace, FL 32571; Phone: 932-
1340. E-mail is comm-stew-
art@santarosa.fl.gov.
District 2: Bob Cole,
8651 Riverstone Rd., Milton
32583; phone 983-1877. E-
mail is comm-cole@santa-
rosa.fl.gov.
District 3: Don Salter,
6000 Chumuckla Hwy., Pace,
FL. 32571; phone 994-6426.
E-mail is comm-salter@
santarosa.fl.gov.
District 4: Gordon
Goodin; 6467 Avenida De
Galves, Navarre, 32566;
phone 939-4949. E-mail is
comm-goodin@santarosa.
fl.gov.
District 5: John Brox-
son, 6495 Caroline St. Suite
M, Milton 32570, phone 932-
1340. E-mail is comm-brox-
son asantarosa.fl.gov
The Santa Rosa County
Commission meets at 9:00
a.m. on both the second and
fourth Thursday of each
month. The leaders meet in
committee at 9:00 a.m. on
Monday's proceeding the
Thursday meetings. Meet-


ings are held in commission
chambers of the Adminis-
trative Complex on Highway
90. Phone 983-1877 for infor-
mation or to reach their of-
fices.

State Government
*Representative Greg
Evers: 5224 Willing St., Mil-
ton 32570 983-5550 Email
evers.greg@leg.state.fl.us
Senator Durell Peaden
Jr., 598 N. Ferdon Blvd,
Suite 100, Crestview, 32536,
850-689-0556 sun com-675-
7930
Governor Charlie Crist:
PL05 The Capitol, 400 S.
Monroe St., Tallahassee, FL
32399 (850) 488-4441. Email:
fl_governorCamyflorida.
com

Federal Government
HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES
Rep. Jeff Miller: 1535
Longworth House Office
Building, Washington, D.C.
20515; phone ( local) 479-
1183; (DC) (202) 225-4136;
toll free: (866) 367-1614; E-
mail: www.house.gov/jeff-
miller.


SENATE
Senator Mel Martinez:
PO. Box 536176 Orlando,FL
32853-6176 phone (407) 897-
3130 fax (407) 897-8595
Senator Bill Nelson:
Room 571, Hart Senate Of-
fice Building, Washington,
D.C., 20510; phone (202)
224-5274, (fax) (202) 224-
8022.

WHITE HOUSE
*President George
Bush: The White House,
1600 Pennsylvania Ave.,
Washington, D.C. 20500;
phone (202) 456-1414. Email
at:president(cdwhitehouse.
gov.
Vice President Dick
Cheney: Office of the Vice
President, White House,
1600 Pennsylvania Ave.,
Washington, D.C., 20500;
phone (202) 456-1414.

Conl/cl information /fr
You0 clecitd officials cp-
pec in i'eery Salurda*, edi-
tion ofthe Sawna Rosa Press
Gazette. Know your leaders,
slta in touch.


Milton; DU1. 11/9/08
Anderson, Michael
Richard; Male; 34; 2818 Wal-
lace Lake Rd, Pace; DUI.
11/07/08
Johnson, Albert David;
Male; 35; 6522 N. Hwy. 87
North, Milton; DUI. 11/7/08
Barnhill, Robert Ellis;
Male; 27; 7690 Lund Rd, Mil-
ton; Drive While Lie Susp
Habitual Offender. 11/11/08
Buchanan, Lisa Ann-Ma-
rie; Female; 37; 6451 Scenic
Hwy, Pensacola; Drive While
Lie Susp 1st Off, Drugs-Pos-
sess Cntrl Sub W/O Prescrip-
tion, Narcotic Equip-Possess
And Or Use. 11/11/08
Conlon, Troy Wallace;
Male; 43; 1279 Redwood Ln,
Gulf Breeze; Probation Vio-
lation-Felony 11/11/08
Eads, Michael Ray; Male;
46; 4101 Floridatown Rd,
Pace; Drive While Lic Susp
Habitual Offender. -11/11/08
Gilbreath, David Albert;
Male; 23; 5460 Munson Hwy.,



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Milton; Probation Violation-
Felony. 11/11/08
Hasker, Kimberly Mi-
chelle; Female; 31; 6501 Wil-
mar Ave., Milton; Probation
Violation-Felony. 11/10/08
Himes, William Ernest;
Male; 45; 1271 Redwood Ln,
Gulf Breeze; Probation Vio-
lation-Felony, Aggrav. Asslt
W/Intent to commit a felony,
Aggrav, battery person uses
a deadly weapon, 11/11/08
Pinkney, Jeffrey Lamar;
Male; 31; 5000 Frank Pitt-
man Rd, Milton; Flee/Elude
Police-Fail to Obey LEO
Order to Stop, Drive While
Lic Susp Habitual Offender,
Aggrav Asslt on Officer Fire-
fighter EMT Etc, Marijuana
Possess With Intent to Sell
Mfg or Delivr Schedule I,
Marijuana Possess Over
20 Grams, Possess Co-
caine, Narcotic Equip-Pos-
sess Manufacture Deliver.
11/11/08
Riccardi. Jr., Louis Mi-


chael; Male; 22; 101 Magnolia
Ave., Ft. Walton; Battery on
Officer Firefighter EMT Etc.
(2 cts.), Crimes Against Per-
son Resist Prop Recovery Re-
tail Merchant or Farmer, Rob-
bery No Firearm or Weapon,
Resist Officer With Violence,
Drugs-Possess Cntrl Sub W/
0 Prescription. 11/10/08
Lambert, Carrie Eliza-
beth; Female; 29; 4600
Christy Dr, Pensacola; DUI
Alcohol or Drugs 2nd Off.
11/10/08
Johnson, Jereb Shane;
Male; 21; 2512 Meek St, Gulf
Breeze; Larceny Over $300.
11/08
Sams, Christopher Ed-
ward Osborne; Male; 17; 6286
Cottage Woods Dr., Milton;
Sex Offense-Victim 12 YOA
UP TO 15 YOA. 11/11/08
Pittman, Bonnie Sue;
Female; 49; 7252 Antoinette
Circle, Navarre; Forgery, Ut-
tering Forged Instrument.
11/08


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Wednesday, November 19, 2008


Local


Cold Weather Shelter Available


By JENI BOOKER SENTER
jsc'ii ter (11's1-)r|)i'saet'.stu(;.i'tco '111

Santa Rosa County Pub-
lic Information Officer Joy
Tsubooka announced the
opening of a cold weather
shelter for the homeless.
The shelter opened for
the first time this past week-
end at Ferris Hill Baptist
Church located at 6848 Chaf-
fin Street in Milton.
The shelter uses the
volunteer resources of Fer-
ris Hill Baptist Church and
partner churches within


the Santa Rosa Baptist As-
sociation with coordination
support from Santa Rosa
County Emergency Man-
agement.
The doors of the shelter
opened on Saturday and
Sunday, November 15 and
16, and began receiving
guests from 6:30 p.m. to 8:30
p.m. and closed at 7 a.m.
No one is admitted to the
shelter after 8:30 p.m. un-
less brought in by law en-
forcement.
The shelter will open
each night when weather is
forecasted to drop below 40


degrees, November through
March.
Ferris Hill Baptist
Church, with the assistance
of the Santa Rosa County
Emergency Management
Office, will be responsible
for making the determina-
tion of when the shelter is
needed.
Santa Rosa County
Emergency Management is
responsible for notifying the
public of its availability and
alerting sheriff deputies so
they can assist with trans-
portation and notifying the
homeless of the shelter's


availability.
Tsubooka says the shel-
ter is for people who are
homeless, can care for them-
selves, and are not at risk to
themselves or others.
"No one will be admitted
to the shelter that is under
the influence of drugs or al-
cohol and are unable to walk
unaided or are disoriented,"
she says.
For more information, in-
cluding how to support the
program by volunteering or
through donations, contact
Ferris Hill Baptist Church
at (850) 623-3500.


Public Hearing on agenda Tuesday


By JENI BOOKER SENTER
jseniiteir@srpressgize;.ctoiii
The Santa Rosa County
District Schools Board met
Tuesday, Nov. 18 at 1 p.m. in
the Canal Street Boardroom
to discuss its regular agenda
and to conduct a public hear-
ing on the proposed bullying
policy.
The board expects to ap-
prove the Santa Rosa Coun-
ty School Board Bullying and
Harassment Policy 5.321 in
compliance with House Bill


669 and section 1006.147 ES.
- "Jeffrey Johnson Stand Up
for All Students Act" follow-
ing the public hearing.
Other items on the agen-
da for the meeting include:
Monthly financial state-
ment for August; use of
school facilities; the Even
Start Continuation 2008-
09 grant; Head Start Third
Year grant; Early Head
Start/Head Start Program
monthly report; high school
athletic schedules; Southern


Management's quarterly
presentation; change orders
for Gulf Breeze Elementary,
Navarre High, Pace High,
and Berryhill Elementary;
approval of construction
plans for King Middle band
room, classroom additions
at Milton High, a covered
play area at Holley-Na-
varre Intermediate, cafete-
ria addition at East Milton
Elementary, classroom ad-
ditions at Holley-Navarre
Intermediate, and a class-


room addition at Pea Ridge
Elementary; numerous di-
rect purchasing change or-
ders; Midway Water System
connection fees for Wood-
lawn Beach Middle; and the
request for a small surplus
school bus.
The public is encouraged
to attend this and all other
school board meetings.
Those who wish to speak at
the public hearing should
keep comments to less than
five minutes each.


PJC trustees Okays bachelors degrees


By JENI BOOKER SENTER
jscnter@srpressgazettc.comn
Pensacola Junior College
announced on Friday that
its Board of Trustees unani-
mously voted to pursue the
offering of baccalaureate de-
grees.
"This is an expansion of
our mission that will allow us
to serve our community bet-
ter, especially in some areas
of critical workforce short-
age," said Board of Trustee
Chair Vincent Andry.
Pensacola Junior College
is a member of the new Flor-
ida College System, which
now has nine former Florida


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community colleges grant-
ing baccalaureate degrees
and at least five others cur-
rently pursuing authority
to grant baccalaureate de-
grees.
PJC President Ed Mead-
ows said, "The PJC Board
felt that this change was
necessary to help provide
qualified professionals in a
number of areas, particu-
larly in high demand areas
such as health care where
critical shortages are pre-
dicted to continue through
the next decade."
The Board will seek ap-
proval from the State Board
of Education for authority to
offer the baccalaureate de-
gree based on documented
need in critical workforce
professions. In addition, it
will petition the Southern
Association of Colleges and
Schools to move from Level I
to Level II, which is required
for offering baccalaureate
degrees.
"This will not happen im-
mediately, as we have sever-


al processes to go through,
but we are hopeful that our
requests will be well re-
ceived," Meadows said.
The great majority of
PJC's programs will contin-
ue to be associate degrees
and the college will continue
its long "Two-Plus-Two" re-
lationship with the Universi-
ty of West Florida and other
Florida universities.
"The majority of our as-
sociate degree students
transfer to the University
of West Florida," Meadows
said. "We will work very
closely with the University
of West Florida to establish a
seamless articulation agree-
ment for all levels of degrees
offered."
For more information
about Pensacola Junior Col-
lege and its decision to offer
bachelors degrees, call 484-
1700.
In other news, a recent
national review reported the
Pensacola Junior College
practical nursing program
ranked No. 1 out of all 1,036


programs across the nation.
PJC's practical nursing
program earned a 100 per-
cent pass rate on the Na-
tional Council Licensure Ex-
amination-Practical Nurs-
ing, according to NCLEX
Program Reports.
"Totally awesome!" said
Pat Jones, PJC interim di-
rector of nursing. "The nurs-
ing program is very proud of
the hard work and success
of Mary Turner, the practi-
cal nursing program direc-
tor, and all the faculty and
staff that worked together to
make this happen."
Produced by the National
Council of State Boards of
Nursing Inc., the reports
are a semi-annual, compara-
tive review of a nursing pro-
gram's performance that is
designed to help educators
and administrators iden-
. tify their program's areas of
strength and weakness.
For more information
regarding the nursing pro-
gram at PJC, contact Jones
at 484-1794, pjones@pjc.edu.


Be a Santa to a Senior Continues


Press Gazette Staff Reports

The popular campaign
that in the last four years de-
livered more than 5000 gifts
to local needy seniors is be-
ing planned again this holiday
season. Area retailers, along
with agencies that serve older
adults, have partnered with
a local senior-care service to
make sure that isolated se-
niors receive gifts and com-
panionship through the Be a
Santa to a Senior program.
The area office of Home In-
stead Senior Care, the world's
largest provider of non-medi-
cal home care and compan-
ionship for older adults, has
joined several local senior-
care agencies (see complete
list below) as well as area Wal-
Marts and Sam's Club to pro-
vide presents to seniors who
otherwise might not receive a
gift this holiday season.
Throughout North Amer-
ica, this is the fifth year of
the program where last year
more than 26,400 volunteers
distributed gifts to deserving
seniors. In the past four years
since introducing this Be a
Santa to a Senior program,
Home Instead Senior Care
has helped provide more than
930,000 gifts to 568,055 seniors


in North America.
"Be a Santa to a Senior
each year sets new records
in contributions of gifts to a
group that often is forgot-
ten during the hectic holiday
season," said Carlette Howell
owner of the Home Instead
Senior Care office serving Es-
cambia and Santa Rosa Coun-
ties. "While children are the
beneficiaries of many holiday
programs, people often don't
think about the isolated and
lonely seniors who need to
be remembered as well dur-
ing this season. Be a Santa
to a Senior also is designed
to help stimulate human con-
tact and social interaction for
older adults who are unlikely
to have guests during the holi-
days."
Here's how the program,
which runs from Nov. 19
through Dec. 23, works: Pri-
or to the holiday season, the
participating local non-profit
organizations will identify
needy and isolated seniors in
the community and provide
those names to Home Instead
Senior Care for this commu-
nity service program. Christ-
mas trees, which will go up in
Wal-Mart stores in Pensacola
(Hwy 29), Gulf Breeze and
Pace as well as Sam's Club on
November 19th will feature or-


naments with the first names
only of the seniors and their
respective gift requests.
Holiday shoppers can pick
up an ornament, buy items
on the list and return them
unwrapped to the store, along
with the ornament attached.
Home Instead Senior Care
then enlists the volunteer help
of its staff, senior-care busi-
ness associates, non-profit
workers and others to collect,
wrap and distribute the gifts
to these seniors. A citywide
gift-wrapping day, when hun-
dreds of the presents will be
wrapped, will be held on De-
cember 18th.
"Be a Santa to a Senior is a
fulfilling way to say thanks to
those older adults who have
helped build our community"
Howell said. "Our hope is that
many will be touched by this
holiday gesture of goodwill."
If you or someone you
know is interested in volun-
teering to help on the citywide
gift-wrapping day, contact Sta-
cy English at (850) 477-1947.
Businesses are encouraged
to contact the local Home In-
stead Senior Care office about
adopting groups of seniors.
For tree locations in your area,
or for more information about
the program, log on to www.
beasantatoasenior.com.


BURGLARY from page A]_____


at seven other businesses in
Holmes Plaza also had been
burglarized.
Reports indicated that
Holmes Plaza had its
own security guard on
duty to protect the busi-
nesses.
Sources reported a teen-
aged suspect on a bicycle


was sighted in the area
around the time of the bur-
glaries.
Tindall confirmed that
video surveillance tape cap-
tured the image of a male
suspect riding a small BMX
type bicycle at the scene of
the burglaries.
"I don't think the robber-


ies are related to the break-
in at Holloway's Auto Repair.
The safe would be too heavy
to take away on a bicycle,"
says Tindall.
. The public is encouraged
to contact the Milton Police
Department with informa-
tion on any of the burglar-
ies.








Wednesday, November 19, 2008


Local-


Santa Rosa Press GazetteI AS


Artists, Seniors need your help


The City of Milton is
holding a competition to
select the official logo for
the Senior Citizens' Walk
& Wellness Day scheduled
for April 23, 2009. Creative
artists are encouraged to
submit designs themati-
cally related to senior citi-


zens, v.Ill i-' fitness and/
or health. Logos should
be suitable lor printing on
posters, flyers, t-shirts or
other promotional items.
Entry forms and guide-
lines can be found at www.
cityofmiltonpr.nexo.com
or will be emailed upon


request. Design entries
must be received by noon,
Dec. 19. Entries must be
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Williamson and mailed
or delivered to the Milton
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Give others a'brake'- drive with courtesy


ByJENI BOOKER SENTER
jsentcr@srCip-essgazette.coti
The Florida Department
of Highway Safety and Mo-
tor Vehicles is kicking off a
public awareness campaign,
called Share the Road, to
remind motorists to use
courtesy when driving and
to watch out for pedestrians,
bicyclists and motorcyclists.
After all, the road belongs to
everyone.
"Florida's roadways are
busy with more than 18 mil-
lion residents and approxi-
mately 88 million visitors
eash year," said Electra
Theodorides-Bustle, execu-
tive director of the Depart-
ment of Highway Safety and
Motor Vehicles.
"As more of us explore
cost-saving and environ-


mental-conscious commute
options, it is important that
we are aware and consider-
ate to everyone on the road.
Share the Road is a basic
reminder of driver courtesy
and safety."
At any given time, Florida
hosts millions of passenger
cars and trucks, thousands
of buses hauling children
and groups of adult work-
ers and visitors, thousands
of large commercial trucks
and trailers hauling heavy
loads of products; thousands
of motorcycles that are dif-
ficult to see at times, and
hundreds of bicyclists who
use our state's roadways for
transportation or recreation
and pedestrians who walk
on and across streets and
roadways.


"No single motorist or
group of motorists has an
inherent right to use the
road more than any other
individual or group," said
Director of the Florida High-
way Patrol, Colonel John
Czernis. "The laws apply to
everyone on the road, re-
gardless of whether you are
driving, walking or peddling.
Share the Road promotes
safe driving habits, showing
courtesy to others and tak-
ing proactive steps toward
personal safety and that of
others on the road."
The Department of High-
way Safety and Motor Ve-
hicles developed the cam-
paign using federal grant
funds provided through
the Florida Department of
Transportation.


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highway safety and security
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ment.
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When will the


griping quit?

This seems to be a topic we find ourselves
returning to every year...adults who act like chil-
dren.
Thursday night, adults starting "booing" the
Milton football team.
All in all, it was a sad event.
The Panthers were out of the running yet they
were still out there ... hitting as hard as they could.
Unfortunately, the teams on the other side of
the field had a great deal of talent.
But no one can stay on top forever. Even the
greatest athletes in the world fall on rough times
and have struggles.
You don't see these "adults" out there taking
the lumps, but they're quick to offer a "boo" when
they don't like what they see. How childish.
Such conduct from so-called "grown-ups" is
not limited to football. Someone took it upon him-
self or herself to criticize a band in the recent Vet-
erans Day parade.
,Why?
Did the child do something wrong? Did they
perform at a sub-par level? No, they were looking
at the music? This caused this "adult" to make a
comment about the child have to look at the sheet
music to perform.
We guess this parent has total recall.
Many college bands use sheet music at every
game. Does that make them a bad band? No, it
just means the director wants to be certain the
performers stay true to the song.
We've all heard people criticize someone for
forgetting a single word in the National Anthem.
Others have been known to make fun if a perform-
er keeps notes in the palm of their hand when per-
forming.
The funny part is, what are these folks using as
a base? We bet if these same people were put in
front of a crowd and asked to perform, they might
hit a sour note for forget a word. If someone then
laughed, they would feel the public was not very
understanding.
People should never judge unless they have
the entire story. -
People talk about wanting to protect children.
They talk about the importance of supporting de-
veloping minds and career Then, we see conduct
such as we're discussing.
Why? Is this supposed to make them better?
Is there a life lesson to be learned?
Or could it be these people just want to show
how big and knowledgeable they are?
Critics, just as they to whom we point are the
very reason why some children don't want to do
anything.
Society wants to blame money, or TV, or video
games, anything other than themselves.
It is a very odd or rare person with enough
gravel in their disposition to go out and prove the
world wrong.
The odds are much worse than trying to pick all
six numbers in the lottery.
Yet we continue to criticize the child for trying
and then turn around and criticize them if they
don't try or do anything to begin with.
And we wonder what is going on with "this gen-
eration today."
It is very simple.
Those of us who constantly want to be critical
of today's generation are trying to mold them into
our view of the way they should be.
If you want to stop just a little of the evil in the
world, today, start by teaching our young people
to never fear giving something a try. When they
attempt ... and fail, don't criticism their perfor-
mance praise their willingness to try.



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Good News, Bad News

Several good news items
and one item that may be
bad news in the long run
will be good news for our
country.
Good news on is that we
won't to watch John McCain
bumble around in the White
House trying to solve prob-
lems he has been connected
with for 26 years.
Good news two is that we
will be able to watch Barack
Obama bumble around in
the White House trying to
solve problems he can not
and with his weird friends
around.
Good news three is that
Obama will not be re-elect-
ed in 2012 for reasons out-
lined in good news two.
Good news four is that
the young people of today
will finally learn that the
congresses and presidents
during the past 30 years
have betrayed them by


leaving them with a $14 to
$15 trillion short term debt.
That is $150,000 each, and a
$70-trillon long-term liabil-
ity.
Hopefully they will revolt.
Good news five is that
the some 77-million baby
boomers will finally learn
and understand that the
congresses and presidents
over the past 30 years have
looted, yes looted, the social
security system of some $3-
trillion that they have had
confiscated from them dur-
ing their working life.
Hopefully, they will join
the young, good news four,
and revolt.
Will they force bankrupt-
cy and or 1776 again?
Me I opt for 1776.
W.O. JONES
Jay, Fla.

Disappointed

I was disappointed in


the results of the presi-
dential race, but not angry
to the point of mud sling-
ing. A lot of promises were
made by both parties, and
no doubt most votes were
cast because they believed
what the politician said.
In the beautiful Garden
of Eden lived Adam and
his wife Eve. God had sup-
plied their every need; the
only tree God told them
not to eat of was the tree of
the knowledge of good and
evil.
Satan spoke to Eve
from the form of a snake,
which she believed and of-
fered the forbidden fruit to
Adam.
Adam accepted, result-
ing in them both being cast
out from the garden for-
ever.
So many rumors, about
Obama, him not produc-
ing a birth certificate, what
type of Bible he will use
during the swearing in cer-
emony, and many more in-


teresting things. Yet realiz-
ing of course, a lot of things
we hear is just rhetoric, ba-
loney, or worse yet in some
cases lies.
It is a time of wait and
see if Obama has lied
through his teeth. The
very ones who voted him
in will do an impeachment
job on him like they did
on President Nixon years
ago.
Old saying if you give a
thief or politician enough
rope they will hang them-
selves. If he proves himself
to be what he claims to be,
as a Christian, it is my duty
to support and to pray for
him.
My last quote for today
is Romans 8:28, "And we
know that all things work
together for good to them
that love God to them who
are called according to his
purpose.
MARION CUMBIE
Milton, Flao.


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FESTIVALS
Beaujolais Nouveau
Festival
PENSACOLA It's time
for the 3rd Annual Beau-
jolais Nouveau Festival on
Nov. 20 from 6-8 p.m. at La
Maison d'Elodie,inc. Taste
and Buy the Beaujolais Nou-
veau same day it is release in
France, it will be air freight-
ed that day Going GREEN
this year? Buy a bottle and
Plant a Tree Program. Wine
tasting fee is $15 per person
including the French On-
ion Soup of Lyon, prizes to
win and live French music.
Call for reservations today
as space is limited. La Mai-
son d'Elodie, inc. 824 East
La Rua Street, Pensacola,
Florida 32501. Call 433-6427
or visit Website wwww.la-
maisondelodie.com.

EVENTS
UWF Celebrates
the World
PENSACOLA The Uni-
versity of West Florida Office
of Diversity and Internation-
al Education and Programs
will host "UWF Celebrates
the World" on Nov. 17-21.
The week coincides with the
Department of State and
Department of Education's
International Education
Week and will feature cul-
tural exhibits, language and
dance lessons, international
food, study abroad infor-
mation, guest speakers, a
soccer tournament and an
international fashion show.
All events are free and open
to the public. The celebra-
tion kicks off on Nov. 17 at 10
a.m. in the University Com-
mons Auditorium, Building
22, with a parade of nation's
flag ceremony and an open-
ing address by UWF Presi-
dent Judy Bense. Cultural
exhibits will be set up in
the Commons Auditorium
from 10 a.m.-1 p.m. and an
international fashion show
will begin at 11 a.m. The cel-
ebration continues that eve-
ning at 6 p.m. with the UWF
World Cup soccer tourna-
ment and BBQ. In addition
to the soccer tournament,
there will be other interna-
tional games, fire dancing
and Tai Chi demonstrations.
For a complete listing of all
of the "UWF Celebrates the
World" events, visit uwf.edu/
diversity/uwfCTWcfm. For
more information, contact
Rachel Errington, at 474-
2479 or e-mail rerrington@
uwf.edu.

Navarre Hosts
Holiday Gifts Tour
NAVARRE The Best
Western in Navarre will host
an affordable and unique
Holiday Gifts Tour on Nov.20
from 5:30-8:30 p.m. Free and
open to the public, the Best
Western Navarre will be
transformed into a Holiday
Wonderland with Santa wait-
ing at the front door to greet
everyone. Inside the Best
Western Meeting Room,
the Navarre Garden Club.
will be selling festive live
holiday greenery wreaths,
garlands and more. Plus
find unique cards and prints
from Navarre artist Dennis
Boyce, and photographer,
Michael Loftis. In the Best
Western Lobby, there will
be items and gift certificates
available for purchase from
a variety of local businesses.
Best Western Navarre wel-
comes everyone to enjoy
gift browsing, refreshments
and enjoy their hospitality


for this Holiday event. Best
Western Navarre welcomes
everyone to enjoy gift brows-
ing, refreshments and enjoy
their hospitality for this Holi-
day event. Call 939-9400.

Neuropolylithology
PENSACOLA The Uni-
versity of West Florida Japan
Center will host "Neuropoly-
lithology: Turning the Brain
On with Origami," a lecture
and presentation by Marilyn
Lewis, psychological spe-
cialist on Nov. 21 at 4 p.m. at
the UWF International Cen-
ter, Building 71, Room 133.
The event is free and open
to the public. Lewis will talk
about how the origin of brain
mechanisms involved in hu-
man language is a much-de-
bated subject. For more in-
formation or to register, con-
tact the UWF Japan Center
at (850) 474-3363 or e-mail
japan@euwf.edu.

Soup, Sandwich
and Shopping
MILTON The GFWC
Milton Woman's Club will
host a fundraising event,
Soup, Sandwich and Shop-
ping at the Milton Club-
house, 6863 Oak Street in
downtown Milton, on Nov.
21, from 10 a.m.-3 p.m. There
is no charge to shop. A lun-
cheon of soup, chicken crois-
sant, dessert and beverage
will also be available from
11 a.m.-1:30 p.m. at a cost of
$7.50. Tickets will be avail-
able now at the Santa Rosa
Chamber of Commerce, 5247
Stewart St. in Milton. You
must have exact change or
checks. You may also pur-
chase tickets from all Wom-
an's Club members and at
the door. For more informa-
tion, please phone 623-9635
or email retsel4765((@aol.
com.

Friday Dance Night
NAVARRE The third
Friday of every month is
Dance Night in Navarre. A
new group of seasoned mu-
sicians featuring Joe Occhi-
pinti on sax, "Night Moods,"
provide the accompaniment.
The next dance is Nov 21,
from 7:30-10 p.m. at the E
H Pullum Senior Center,
across the street from the
Navarre Library. It is Open
to all ages. Bring snacks for
the refreshment table. Soft
drinks and punch will be
provided. Tickets are $10 at
the door, or $ 8 in advance,
and can be purchased in
advance at the center any
weekday morning between 9
a.m. and noon. For more in-
formation call 936-1644.

Seminar on
Hummingbirds
NICEVILLE The free
Science Friday seminars
hosted by the Science De-
partment at Northwest
Florida State College con-
tinue on Nov. 21 at 11 a.m.
in the Robert. E. Greene,
Jr. Science building on the
Niceville campus in the
main lecture hall, Room
S-110. Fred Bassett will
speak on "Alabama and
Florida Hummingbirds A
Lot More Than Most Peo-
ple Know". The program
will discuss ruby-throated
hummingbirds in depth
and introduce several west-
ern hummingbird species
wintering in Alabama and
Florida as well as show how
the birds are banded. Fred
Bassett is a certified mas-
ter bird bander who works
with the Hummer/Bird


Study Group, a non-profit
organization dedicated to
the study and preservation
of hummingbirds and other
birds. The monthly Science
Friday seminars at NWF
State College cover a range
of science topics. The free
series is open to the public.
Groups are encouraged to
call ahead to ensure seat-
ing. For more information,
contact the NWF State Col-
lege Science Department
office at 729-5376.

Rodeo
MILTON The Dixie
Darters Drill Team is host-
ing a Rodeo on Nov. 22 at
East Milton Recreation
Park on Bobby Brown Road
at 7 p.m. There will be a
Little Wrangler and Junior
Rodeo to begin at 2 p.m.
Spectators will pay $8 at the
gate and kids 6 and under
are free. Advanced tick-
ets for $6 at Circle C Feed
and Manning Feed Store.
Call Russell Bartholomew
at 957-0784 or visit Website
www.dixiedartersdrillteam.
com.

Wine Dog's
Dance Party
PANAMA CITY The
Wine Dog's Dance Party Ya
Gotta Keep Dancin" will be
on Nov, 22 from 8-12 p.m.
at 103 West 23rd St. Dance
to music from the 1940's to
the present. Come dressed
as your favorite dance craze
(Jitterbug, Twist, Disco,
Break, Shag, Line etc).
Cover charge is $15 includ-
ing hors d'ouevres. Table
reservations available for
$10. Wine and beer cash bar.
Visit Website www.myspace.
com/thewinedog for dress
ideas. Call the Wine Dog at
785-6835

Dragonfly Gallery
MILTON Cindy Lynn
and Sally Tolbert Wales will
be the featured artists for
November at the Dragonfly
Gallery. A special showcase
of their photography will
be displayed in the feature
room from now until Nov.
22. Both artists display
their work in several lo-
cations throughout Santa
Rosa County. Ms Lynn, a
native of South Dakota,
has lived in Milton for the
pass 6 years. Only recently
has she started sharing
her photos with others.
Ms Wales, a native of San-
ta Rosa County, is a well
known professional portrait
and wedding photographer.
Several years ago, she ex-
panded her works to in-
clude fine art photography
Ms Wales also teaches digi-
tal photography and Adobe
Photoshop Elements at the
Dragonfly Gallery. Dragon-
fly Gallery located at 5188
Escambia Street in historic
downtown Milton, is a mis-
sion of the Santa Rosa Art
and Culture Foundation. It
is a juried gallery of local
artists. Gallery hours are
Tuesday through Saturday
from 10 a.m.-4 p.m. For
more information regard-
ing the SRACF please use
the website www.santaro-
saarts.org. Call 623-3711.

Silent Art Auction
PENSACOLA The Blue
Morning Gallery will host a
Silent Art Auction to Benefit
the USO on Nov. 22 from 5-8
p.m. to help make a differ-
ence in the lives of those
who serve in the military.
Blue Morning Gallery mem-
bers come together to show


appreciation by hosting an
Art Auction with part of the
proceeds going to the USO.
The Auction will include
unique art items created
by our members including
decorative and wearable
items. There will be jewelry,
pottery, paintings, photogra-
phy, fiber arts, and gift bas-
kets. The imagination of our
artists will run wild for this
event and the creations pre-
sented will be unique and
one of a kind. Door Prizes
from local businesses will
be offered throughout the
evening. Many of our gallery
members have deep connec-
tions to the military andare
eager to, once again, give
back to those who serve our
country. Refreshment and
Door Prizes will be offered
throughout the evening.
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112 S. Palafox. Call 429-9100.
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MICHAEL W. BARBER, M.D.

Ten or so years ago. OB/GYN Physician
S Dr. Michael W. Barber decided to establish his
permnnanent private practice in Santa Rosa County.
That was after negotiating a lengthy military
S career in which he rose to the rank of Lt. Colonel
-- | in the US Air Force. Today Dr. Barber shares his
S time between offices in Milton and Navarre, and is
a Medical Staff member at Santa Rosa Medical
Center.
"The people are congenial, the hospital is
progressive in its technology and innovative
approach to medicine, and the environment is one
of the most comfortable I've ever encountered in
S my travel and work abroad." Dr. Barber said about
the Santa Rosa Medical Center and its facilities.
the county area in general. and the people with
whom he interrelates on a regular basis.
Along the way, at a medical conference in
S Chicago. Dr. Barber met his wife Karen who is an
achiever in her field of education as well, receiv-
Dr. Michael W. Barber ing her doctorate from the University of West
Florida. She is now principal of Chumuckla
Elementary School in the Santa Rosa Public School System.
Dr. Barber says he approaches his work and his patients with respect, compassion.
and genuine care for the health and welfare of each and everyone. He says hlie takes what-
ever time is needed to administer to the needs of his patients. and feels that this commit-
mnent has largely helped establish the successful reputation that he enjoys among his
patients and his peers He is currently chairman of the Physician Leadership Council at
Santa Rosa Medical Center and has previously served as Chief of its Medical Staff;
Secretary, Executive Committee of the Medical Staff: and Chief. Department of
Obstetrics/Gynecology.
A native of Muscatine, Iowa, Dr. Barber is quick to admit that both he and his wife
may be considered "Damn Yankees" in some circles, but are now liberated! "We consider
ourselves true Southerners, by adoption!" he said. "We've found our place in the sun, and
are happy with it!"
Dr. Barber has also found a place in the hearts of Santa Rosans who have adopted him
as their own. Home is where the heart is, and as for as Dr. barber is concerned, hlie says his
heart is here with no plans to transfer it elsewhere. Ever! We salute him for his choice. his
dedication to his patients, and his commitment to practicing in one of the most sensitive
and important fields of medicine!



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Santa Rosa County gives this notice that it
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lecting non-ad valorem assessments. Such
assessments may be made in any portion of
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9:30 a.m., in the Santa Rosa County Admin-
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OCALA
Pace man dies while
diving with friends
The body of Sean Patrick
Spiegel, who went missing
during a dive with friends
about 1:30 a.m. Saturday,
was found after two days of
searching by a team of div-
ers.
Spiegel, 25, a commercial
dive student from Pace, was
found 105 feet below the sur-
face of the 40 Fathom Grotto
in Northwest Marion County
about 8:15 p.m. Sunday.
Spiegel was staying at a
cabin at the 40 Fathom Grot-
to with Matthew James Ber-
ry, 22, of Attica, Mich.; Nicole
Wilkerson, 23, ofBrooksville;
Doug Masters, 24, of St. Au-
gustine; and William Sand-
ers, 29, of Garnerville, N.Y,
when the group decided to
take a late-night dive.
According to a Marion
County Sheriff's Depart-
ment report, Masters, Wilk-
erson, Spiegel and Berry
put on their scuba gear and
went diving, leaving Sanders
behind for safety reasons.
The four divers, with the aid
of a rope, descended about
104 feet.
Berry told deputies he
signaled his partners to as-
cend after 20 minutes, but
Spiegel signaled he had six
minutes remaining. The rest
of the dive party went up,
leaving Spiegel below.

SOUTHPORT
Deputies: Man held ex-
girlfriend against will
Shane Debowski, of Bu-
chanan Street in Southport,
was arrested on charges
of false imprisonment and
felony battery Sunday night,
according to the Bay County
Sheriff's Office.
According to deputies,
Debowski held a former girl-
friend against her will in the
travel trailer where he lives
for nearly two hours until
she was able to call 9-1-1 on
her cell phone. When Deputy
Connie Evans arrived at the
trailer, she heard a woman
screaming and ordered the
occupant to open the door,
which was locked.
A woman soon came out
the door, crying hysterically
and repeating, "I just want
to go home, I just want to go
home," deputies reported.
As Evans tried to calm the
woman, Debowski came out
of the door, according to au-
thorities. He ran off behind
the trailer but eventually
was found, deputies report-
ed.
Debowski was booked
into the Bay County Jail.

MILTON
Man runs from
game officers
One of four people facing
questions from a game offi-


cer after reportedly shooting
a doe and fawn after dark
ran into the woods to es-
cape, according to a Florida
Fish and Wildlife Conserva-
tion Commission report. His
freedom was short-lived.
FWC Officer Royce
Johnson was heading home
Wednesday when he re-
sponded to a night hunting
complaint in the McClellan
area of northern Santa Rosa
County, according to the re-
port. He stopped at a vehicle
shining its light along Coun-
ty 191 and found four occu-
pants with a doe and a fawn
in the back of an SUV, the re-
port stated. While Johnson
was speaking to them, one of
the subjects bolted, Johnson
reported.
Aftercallingforbackup, of-
ficers spotted the man along
a nearby fence row. He was
arrested without further in-
cident, authorities said.
All four subjects were
charged with taking deer at
night with a gun and light
and possession of a fawn
deer. The one subject who
ran was charged with resist-
ing arrest without violence.

PORT ST. JOE
Gulf EDC hires Nelson
as executive director
The Gulf County Eco-
nomic Development Council
has hired Edward A. Nelson
Jr. as its executive director.
Nelson will work with
Alma Paredes, assistant ex-
ecutive director, to increase
new business, jobs and eco-
nomic activity in Gulf County.
Nelson, CEcD, FM, HLM,
has an MBA in management
from Atlanta University and
is certified as an economic
development professional.
He is the founder and presi-
dent of EAN International
Consulting Corp., providing
economic development and
business development con-
sulting services for domes-
tic and international clients.
With more than 35 years of
experience in economic de-
velopment, Nelson is the im-
mediate past president and
CEO of the DeKalb Chamber
of Commerce in Decatur, Ga.

DeFUNIAK SPRINGS
Sheriff-elect names
transition team
Sheriff-elect Mike Adkin-
son has named six people to
his transition team.
William Chapman will be
transition chairman; Gra-
ham Fountain, transition
co-chairman; Tom Ring,
Jeff Skipper and Keith West-
phall, team members; and
Tammy Godwin, executive
assistant.
Adkinson will be sworn in
as Walton County sheriff in
January.
"The transition process
will give us a much-needed
advanced evaluation of the


current operations, provide
for communication with
staff, and identify immediate
needs that will define our
strategic priorities," Adkin-
son said.

BAKER
Deer cleaning
facility closes
The Division of Forestry
and the Florida Fish and
Wildlife Conservation Com-
mission closed the Okaloosa
deer cleaning facility Mon-
day because of budget cut-
backs.
The groups said the clo-
sure was necessary for the
Division of Forestry to con-
tinue its primary mission,
which is to protect the public
from wildfire, assist private
landowners and manage
state lands.
The Munson deer clean-
ing facility, located on
Charles McCranie Road, will
remain open.

DESTIN
History & Fishing
Museum adding
exhibit
The Destin History &
Fishing Museum is adding
to its collection this week
with a free reception that is
open to the public.
At 5 p.m. Thursday, the
museum will offer wine and
hors d'oeurves to celebrate
the opening of an exhibit
featuring two 19th-century
maps.
The maps, one of Choc-
tawhatchee Bay and the oth-
er of Destin's Old East Pass,
date to 1886. They were do-
nated to the museum by Jer-
ry Holland of Gulfport, Miss.
The reception will be at
the museum, 108 Stahlman
Ave.

CARRABELLE
Public Works Director
Mclnnis retires
Public Works Direc-
tor John Mclnnis has said
goodbye to his adopted city
and gone home to Mexico
Beach.
Mclnnis had worked in
Carrabelle since spring 2005,
starting as city administra-
tor and later serving as city
manager and then director
of public works and special
projects.
At the Nov. 6 City Com-
mission meeting, com-
missioners and citizens
praised Mclnnis and said
farewell.
"He never did anything
without thinking of Carra-
belle," said Commissioner
Richard Sands.
"He's done more for Car-
rabelle than most of you will
ever know. Most of it was
done behind his office door,"
said Commissioner Ray
Tyre.


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FORT WALTON BEACH
First City Bank marks
expansion completion
One of Fort Walton
Beach's oldest banks will
celebrate the completion of
its new look today.
First City Bank will mark
the opening of its main office
on Perry Avenue downtown
at an 8:30 a.m. ceremony.
The expansion project,
which began in 2005, triples
the space at the nearly 60-
year-old independent and
locally owned bank.

Okaloosa commissioner
to be sworn in
Wayne Harris will take
his place on the Okaloosa
County Commission today
when he is sworn in at the
board's 8:30 a.m. meeting.
Harris, executive director
of the Crestview Area Cham-
ber of Commerce, will re-
place Sherry Campbell, who
resigned to run for a seat in
the Florida Legislature.
Harris won a four-way
race in the Republican pri-
mary Aug. 26 and then de-
feated a Democratic oppo-
nent Nov. 4 to earn the com-
mission seat.

BONIFAY
Holmes to celebrate
Farm-City Week
Local farm leaders are
preparing for the 53rd annu-
al observance of Farm-City
Week.
Agriculture is one of
Florida's largest industries,
an industry not often under-
stood by the state's growing
urban population. Farm-City
Week 2008 focuses on pro-
moting better understanding
between farm and city resi-
dents. Thisyear's observance
runs from Friday to Nov. 27.
The Holmes County Farm
Bureau will host a Farm-
City dinner today at the Ag
Center in Bonifay to recog-
nize the importance of the
connection and partnership
that exists between farmers
and urban residents.

Ministry assistance
update
The Holmes County
Ministerial Association has
received 773 applications
for assistance and provided
nearly 400 boxes of food.
The association also has
spent $28,775 to help with
utility bills, gas vouchers
and other needs.
Leaders credited the
community with supporting
the association.
By the end of September,
the association had received
$11,320 in contributions.
"Volunteers are thewheels
of this ministry," said the Rev.
Charles Newman, president
of the Holmes County Minis-
terial Association.


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g~irhagv borbecie grills.
per food and bird feeders
outside, leads to problems
with bears.
Did You Know . .
- Food and food smells
(garbage, pet food, barbecue
grills) attract bears.
- Bears can smell food more
than a mile away and if they
are rewarded with an easy
meal. they learn to return to
the scene.
- Curious bears that are not
rewarded with an easy meal
such as garbage or pet foods
will direct their attention to
natural settings away from
human habitation.
-> Bears that become used
to getting human foods may
damage property or become
a ilthreat to public safety.
These bears often must
lie killed. To help avoid a
needless death, please don't
provide food for bears


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Local


Santa Rosa Press Gazette I A9


Sports SIDELINE

Softball Meeting: The City
of Milton Parks and Recreation
Department is holding four pub-
lic meetings to discuss the pos-
sibility of a girl's fast-pitch soft-
ball league. A meetings will be
held at the Milton Community
Center, 5629 Byrom Street, and
will begin at 6 p.m. on Novem-
ber 24. Parents who want their
daughters ages 8 to 14 to play,
should attend. Individuals in-
terested in coaching or helping
organize the program are also
welcome. For additional informa-
tion, contact John Norton at 983-
5466 ext. 203.

Annual Toy Run: ABATE of
Florida Gulf Coast Chapter will
hold its 131h Annual Toy Run on
Dec. 7 at 11 a.m. at the parking
lot of University Mall.
Registration for the event
will begin at 9 'a.m. with ride
pins being given out to the
first 100 registered. The es-
corted ride will leave the mall
at 11 a.m. and take the riders to
the Hadji Shrine Tempe. The cost
is $10 per person and one new toy.
There will be several contests in-
cluding the best decorated bike,
best Santa, best Santa Chick, and
best elf.
For more information cal 324-
7529 or e-mail gcabatepres@bell-
south.net.

Youth Wresting: The Mil-
ton youth wrestling season has
kicked off and the Milton Pan-
ther Takedown Club Youth Wres-
tling Program for ages six and
up with former Olympic Coach
Rob Hermann every Thursday at
Hobbs Middle School gym from 7-
8:30 p.m. cost is $35.

Miracle Strip Volleyball
Academy is seeking players for
the 2009 Club season. Girls 8-18
of all skill levels are invited to
participate. A Player/Parent in-
formation meeting will be held
Thursday, November 6th, 6:00pm
at the HealthPlex on Hwy 77 and
Baldwin. Are you interested?
Contact Robin Smith at 850-784-
9899 or MSVAvolleyball@hot-
mail.com

Rodeo: The Dixie Darters
Drill Team will be hosting a rodeo
Nov. 22 at the East Milton Recre-
ation Park. The Little Wranglers
Rodeo events will begin at 2 p.m.
and include Barrel Race, Goat
Untying, Pole Bending, Steer
riding, flag race, goat tying, and
team roping.
The rodeo is set to begin at 7
p.m. and will include team rop-
ing, chute doggin', barrel racing,
goat tying, pole bending, and bull
riding.
Tickets are $8 at the gate and
kids six and under are free. Pre-
sale tickets will go on sale Nov. 1
and will be $6.
For more information call 957-
0784. Registration deadline for
events is Nov. 14.

Futbol Club of Santa Rosa
Fall Soccer Registration: Reg-
istration is currently ongoing
Sfor the fall recreational season,
online registration is available
at the FCSR website www.fcsan-
tarosa.com. Registration fees
range from $100 to $125, there is
an additional fee for team jersey.
Individuals interested in coach-
ing or assisting can sign up on the
volunteer page while registering
their child or email vicepresi-
dent@fcsantarosa.com. More
information on the recreational
and select soccer programs is
1 available on the club website.

Pace Library Sports Raffle:
Friends of the Pace Library will
be raffling off various sports
* items to add a children's activity
room to the Pace Library.
Some of the items you could
win include a Eli Manning signed
Giants football, an Emmitt Smith
signed Cowboys helmet, a Tra-
vis Fryman signed baseball,
Boo Weekley signed hat and
picture, Haley Millsaps signed
hat and picture, Danny Wuerffel
signed mini-helmets, and much
more.
Ticket sales are underway for
$10 each or six for $50. The raffle
ends Nov. 29.

More activities can be found


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Look for the box called 'Things
to Do'.
There you can check on ac-
tivities by zip code or activity.
And you are also more than wel-
come to enter your events there
as well.


Fish and Wildlife REPORT


This report represents some
events the FWC handled from Nov.
7 to Nov. 13 in the Northwest Re-
gion; however, it does not include
all actions taken by the Division of
Law Enforcement.


ESCAMBIA COUNTY
On Nov. 5, Officer Keith Clark
checked a business selling fresh-
water fish and found that the own-
er did not possess a freshwater
fish dealer license. Officer Clark
issued a citation for the violation.

On Nov. 6, Officers Keith Clark
and Andy Maltais were working
from a vessel in Bayou Grande.
Officer Maltais observed a vessel
operating without displaying re-
quired navigation lights. A vessel
stop determined that the occu-
pants had been gigging fish. Dur-
ing the inspection, Officer Maltais
noticed three blue crabs that had
been gigged. The owner of the ves-
sel claimed responsibility for the il-
legally taken crabs. The owner of
the vessel was issued a citation for
taking blue crabs by illegal method
and a warning for the navigation
light violation.

On Nov. 8, Officers John Bell
and Pat Roush checked a vessel on
the Escambia River. Officer Roush
identified the owner of the vessel
and requested to inspect his catch.
Officer Roush found the owner in
possession of undersized spotted
sea trout. A citation was issued for
the violation along with a warning
for an expired vessel registration.

On Nov. 8, Officer Keith Clark
conducted fisheries inspections at
the Lexington Pier on the Naval
Air Station. Officer Clark found an
individual with over the bag limit
of gray snapper. He was cited for
the violation.

On Nov. 8, Lieutenant Dan Hahr
and Officers Steve Hoomes, David
Jernigan, Royce Johnson, Ken-
neth Manning, Monte Moye, and
Joe Murphy participated in a detail
on the Escambia River targeting
violations during opening weekend
of small game season. The day
long detail resulted in: 107 users
checked, 42 vessels checked, 1 re-
source citation, 3 boating citations,
and 5 boating warnings.

On Nov. 10, Officer Kenneth
Manning checked four subjects
fishing in Escambia Bay. A com-
puter check revealed that one
subject had three warrants out of
Escambia County for traffic relat-
ed offenses. The man was subse-
quently arrested and turned over


to the Sheriff's Office for booking.
The man left his boat in the care of
his friends. Shortly after complet-
ing his patrol, Officer Manning re-
ceived a call requesting assistance.
Apparently, the three men con-
tinued to fish and could not start
the boat later. They also could not
describe where they were located.
Officer Manning returned to the
scene and assisted the boaters to
the boat ramp.

SANTA ROSA COUNTY
On Nov. 8, Officer Howard
Jones responded to assist the U.S.
Coast Guard following a report of
a vessel sinking in Pensacola Bay.
A crew of four had attempted to
anchor their 23-foot vessel north
of the Pensacola Bay Bridge when
the anchor line became tangled in
the propeller causing the vessel to
be anchored from the stern into 10-
15 mph winds. The vessel quickly
filled with water and rolled over.
All occupants were wearing their
floatation devices. The victims
were rescued and transported to
Wayside Park on the south end of
the bridge. There were no inju-
ries.

On Nov. 12, Officer Royce John-
son was heading home when he
received a night hunting com-
plaint in the McClellan area. He
responded and observed a vehicle
shining a light along Highway 191.
When he stopped the vehicle, he
discovered four occupants with a
doe deer and a fawn in the back of
the SUV. While speaking to them,
one of the subjects bolted and left
the area. K-9 Officer Sarah Hahn-
er, along with K-9 Sadie, and Lieu-
tenant Dan Hahr were called to
the scene to assist. The subjects
would not provide the name of the
subject who ran. After a fruitless
search of the immediate area, the
man was spotted along a fence row
nearby. He was arrested without
further incident. All four subjects
were charged with taking deer
at night with a gun and light and
possession of a fawn deer. The
one subject who ran was charged
with resisting arrest without vio-
lence and booked on the charges.
A shotgun, spotlight, doe deer, and
fawn were seized.

On Nov. 12, Officers Steve
Hoomes and Ben Pineda were
patrolling near Coldwater Creek
when they discovered the com-
ponents of a meth lab. They
contacted the narcotics unit of
the Santa Rosa County Sheriff's
Office, who responded and pro-
cessed the scene. The case was
turned over to the Sheriff's Of-
fice.


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OKALOOSA COUNTY
On Nov. 8, Officer Danny Ar-
nette organized a detail, Opera-
tion Tree Rat, on the Yellow River
for opening day of small game
season. The detail produced one
arrest for hunting over bait in the
management area during archery
season. K-9 Officer Sarah Hahner
and K-9 Sadie tracked the subject
to the bait. Also, one warning was
issued for taking squirrel in the
closed area on Eglin Air Force
Base and one warning for posses-
sion of a gun in the closed area on
Eglin. Additional officers working
Operation Tree Rat were Officers
Van Barrow, Alan Kirchinger and
Eddie Gatlin. They checked ap-
proximately 40 users.

On Nov. 8, Officer Van Barrow
checked a subject on the Yellow
River Wildlife Management Area
after observing him quickly exit
a wooded area when the hunter
observed his presence. The sub-
ject continued to act suspicious
and nervous as Officer Barrow
checked his license. The next
day, K-9 Officer Sarah Hahner
and K-9 Sadie were requested to
assist with searching the wooded
area where the subject was last
observed. Officer Hahner and
K-9 Sadie located a baited area
and tree stand. The subject was
later contacted by Officer Barrow
and admitted to hunting from the
stand and placing the bait on the
management area. He will be
charged for attempting to take
deer over a baited area in a man-
agement area.

WALTON COUNTY
On Nov. 8 and 9, Lieutenant
Dennis WelshW and Officer Ken
White worked the lower end of the
Choctawhatchee River Wildlife
Management Area. The officers
checked 68 users and 30 vessels on
opening weekend d of small game.
Two boating citations and four
warnings were issued.

On Nov. 11, Officer Espy Letch-
er checked three subjects on the
Choctawhatchee River Wildlife
Management Area who were in
possession of a live wild hog. The
subjects were transporting the hog
from the management area to their
residence. One of the subjects was
cited for the violation.

BAY COUNTY
Officers Dennis Palmer and
Mark Clements received a com-
plaint that a deer had been taken
by illegal means. Their investi-


gation led to a confession from
a subject who stated he shot the
deer with a high-powered rifle
just after dark at a feeder in his
parent's backyard. The subject
was charged with taking deer
by illegal means and after legal
hours. The deer was seized as
evidence.

Officer Mike Nobles began an
investigation that led to the ar-
rest of two shrimpers on charges
of selling fish illegally and posses-
sion of several species of under-
sized marine fish. Officer Nick
Price assisted Officer Nobles with
the investigation wh ich resulted
in the seizure of 76 undersized
flounder, 14 undersized Spanish
mackerel, and 4 small king mack-
erel.

Officers Dennis Palmer and
Mark Clements received a com-
plaint from a Bay County Sheriff's
deputy who said he saw what he
believed to be a decomposing sea
turtle skull at a subject's resi-
dence. The skull was identified
by the local National Oceanic
and Atmospheric Administration
Marine Lab as being a green sea
turtle that weighed around 150
pounds. Written confessions were
obtained that the turtle had been
found on Panama City Beach. A
citation for the illegal possession
was issued.

K-9 Officer Mike Guy continues
to assist the Jackson County Sher-
iff's Office in attempting to locate
a murder weapon. As tips come in,
Officer Guy and K-9 Jake search
the areas for evidence.

Officer David Brady was on
water patrol near St. Andrews
State Park when he observed a
vessel anchored near the jetty.
Closer observation revealed some
snorkelers in the water near the
jetty. Since he did not observe
a diver down flag, he conducted
an inspection. As he approached
the vessel, he watched one of the
divers drop a spear gun. He ad-
dressed the violation and found
speared mullet and bluefish. Cita-
tions were issued.

Officers Neal Goss and Nick
Price were on patrol near St.
Andrew's Marina and conduct-
ed adockside inspection of a
commercial fishing vessel dur-
ing offload. They discovered
15 undersize red grouper along
with mangrove snapper and red
grouper fillets. The vessel cap-
tain was issued a citation. One
of the crew had an active warrant
out of Duval County and was ar-
rested.


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Wednesday, Nov. 19, 2008


SPORTS


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Page 10


Curtain falls on Milton Panthers


By BILL GAMBLING
sports@srpressgazette.com

For 28 Milton seniors it was a
night they would like to forget, but
it was part of a season many won't.
In their season finale Thurs-
day, Milton fell to the Pine Forest
Eagles 48-0.
But while the game was one
sided, the Panthers had a hard
time holding onto the football.
"They are good," said Milton
head coach Mike McMillion. "But
we made far too many mistakes
tonight.


TOUCHDOWN: Jay's Andrew Oliver
Jay's 41-21 win over Baker.

By BILL GAMBLING
sports@srpressgazette.com

JAY The Jay Royals pound-
ed and wore down the Baker Ga-
tors in their traditional end of
season rivalry 41-21.
Baker started out like a rocket
when Cameron Domangue went
83-yard on the third play of the
game to put the Gators up 7-0,
but that was about all she wrote.
Andrew Oliver got Jay on the
scoreboard with a 30-yard scam-
per of his own to tie the game at
7-7.
Baker had one more shot left
and took it when Marcus Jones
broke free for an 82-yard touch-
down to go up 14-7 late in the first
quarter.
While trying to tie the game
Jay pounded and eventually
wore down the Gators who were
pretty much struggling to catch
their breath by halftime.
"Jay is just a lot bigger and
has more players," said Baker
head coach Bob Kellog. "They
wore us down because we are
not very big.
"That was it for us. I wasn't
expecting them to start pound-
ing the ball on us as hard as they


"For many players, especially
the seniors, this is not going to be
a fond memory."
The game got off to an auspi-
cious start for Milton as they were
forced to punt and Pine Forest's
Jamarius Green did the rest.
Green streaked up the far
sideline 60 yards for the first
score of the game with 10:08 re-
maining.
For the Eagles, who finished
the season a perfect 10-0, they
just barely went over 200 yards
of offense, but that was due to the
short field they usually started
with.


In the second half Pine Forest
benefited from three Milton fum-
bles to start from the Panthers 3,
20, and 20 on consecutive posses-
sions.
Pine Forest would turn two of
those miscues into points.
This wasjust one more thing for
a football team that experienced
many things all season long.
"We were bit by a lot of differ-
ent bugs this season including
injuries," said McMillion. "I just
feel bad for the seniors because
they worked so hard and are good
kids to end their season with such
a bad finish."


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Photos by BILL GAMBLIN | Press Gazette
runs around the left end for a big 30 yard touchdown run in


did in the first half."
Jay did pound the ball hard
and did so behind junior Rush
Hendricks who carried the ball
31 times for 210 yards and two
touchdowns.
But it wasn't until just before
halftime when Jay would tie
the game at 14-14, as Hendricks
would fight his way in from nine
yards out with 3:53 remaining.
"I think they started out real
physical and really surprised
us," said Hendricks. "We just
stuck to our assignment and cor-
rected things in the second half
to take control of the game."
After halftime it was all Jay as
they took the opening kickoff and
drove the field for what would be
a key score, as Dakota Boughton
would score from 14 yards out.
After holding Baker to nega-
tive yards thanks to Derek Smith
catching Domangue for a nine
yard loss on their first posses-
sion in the second half, Jay make
more than their presence felt.
Jay went to the air as they
went up for good 28-14.
The winning drive started as
Stephen Brabham found Hunter
Boutwell for 19 yards to draw the
Royals near midfield and ended


as Brabham fired a nine-yard
strike to Dale Barlow f6r what
would be the winning touch-
down.
"I knew we could not stop
(Domangue) and (Jones) from
getting their yards," said Jay
head coach Elijah Bell. "We
missed two tackles and they took
it for two long scores.
"We just let our offensive line
do the work and really started
pounding them with the foot-
ball."
Jay would keep wearing down
the Gators as they had to contend
with Hendricks on the ground
and Brabham's arm through the
air.
One of the last big plays of the
game to ice it was Brabham's 49-
yard completion to Barlow.
Despite a 7-3 record the Roy-
als missed the playoffs and as
two of its three losses were to
West Gadsden and Port St. Joe,
who were the eventual district
champion and district runner-
up.
"Somebody had to finish third
and unfortunately it was us this
year," said Bell. "Hopefully we
will make it next year as every-
thing could change with realign-
ment."


ON FIRE: Rush Hendricks picks his way through the Baker defense as he finished the night with a
game high 210 yards on 31 carries and two touchdowns as Jay defeated Baker 41-21 to close
out the regular season. At right, Jay's Andrew Oliver fakes out a Baker defender in the "War on
Highway Four".


S DOWN AND OUT:
Thursday's season
finale against Pine
S Forest was a hard
hitting affair as Kyle
Hamel shows as he
lost his helmet
making a tackle.
S Despite the Panthers
efforts they fell to
the Eagles 48-0.



BILL GAMBLING | Press Gazette


Royals run past


the competition


By BILL GAMBLING
sports@sipressgazette.com

Jay High School is return-
ing to the state finals in boys'
cross-county for 2008.
During Saturday's Class
A Region 1 Competition at
Miccosukee Greenway, Jay
finished third in the boys
division as they were led
by James Whitehead' who
crossed the line in 12t' place
with a time of 17:32.43.
While Jay finished third
overall with 119 points, the
meet was taken by defending
state champions PK. Yonge
with 33 points as their first
five runners were credited
with top 10 point finishes.
Finishing second was Ma-
clay with 66 points as Patrick
Swain finished second in a
time of 16:36.50.
The fastest individual on
the day was North Florida
Christian's Whitney Strick-
land who covered the course
in a time of 16:16.54.
Roundingout the finish-
ing order for Jay were Drew
Kennedy in 25"' place with a
time of 18:06.17, Dusty Ken-
nedy in 30t1 place (18:34.64),
Max Nadsady in 32,""
(18:38.67) followed by Jeff
Fischer in 33rd (18:46.75).
Dylan Nadsady and Chad


Phillips finished 43rd and
55[h respectively.
Next up is the Class A
boy's championship in Dad
City at the Little Everglades
Ranch this weekend.
On the girls side it did not
go so well for the Lady Roy-
als who finished ninth over-
all, but sophomore standout
Leely Trevino posted a top
12 finish and earned an in-
dividual berth to the state
meet Saturday.
Taking top honors for
the girls overall in the team
standings were PK. Yonge
with 67 points followed by
Maclay with 76, Oak Hall
School was third with 85 fol-
lowed by St. Johns Country
Day with 92 and Rocky Bay-
ou in fifth with 122 points.
Jay finished the meet
with 208 points, which was
12 points behind Mandarin
Christian School.
The other finishers for
the Lady Royals were Trista
Talbot in 45"' place in a time
of 22:53.29, Allison Blair was
471"' (22:57.01), Caristyn Gold-
en in 501" (23:03.39).
Other finishers for Jay
were Gloria Raney in 58"'
(23:27.64), Robin Black-
man in 62nd (23:43.14), and
Sara Raney in 66t' place
(24:20.17).
THE RACE IS ON:
During the
EscaRosa
County Cross
County
Championships
Jay's Dylan
S Nadsady edges
Pensacola
, Christian
Academy's
Richard
''' Moses.
BILL GAMBUN
Press Gazette


Milton and Pace


point at state meet


By BILL GAMBLING
sports@Csrprcssgziicttc.coni

Milton and Pace High
School both earned points
at the FHSAA 2A Swimming
and Diving Championships
this past weekend at the
YMCA Aquatic Center in Or-
lando Florida.
The Patriots, who were
represented by Brandon and
Ryan Fink, finished in a tie
for 33 place with 15 points,
wile Milton finished tied for
44"' place with seven points.
Brandon FRnk was the
top local swimmer as he fin-
ished in fifth place overall in
the boys' 100-yard butterfly
finals with a time of 52.31.
Brandon's time in the
finals was nearly a half
a second better than his
qualifying time f 52.63 in
the preliminaries, when he


finished sixth.
BrandonF Rink also posted
a 19"' place finish in the boys'
100-yard backstroke with
a time of 56.30, while Ryan
Rink took 16"' place with a
time of 56.44 in the B-Finals.
Milton's Raymond Burch
scored points in two events
as he finished 12"' in the B-
finals of the boys' 200-yard
individual medley with a
time of 2:00.14 and 15"' in the
B-finals of the boys' 100-yard
freestyle.
Burch shaved over a
tenth of a second off his pre-
liminary time in the boys'
individual medley, but could
not better his 11"' place fin-
ish in the qualifier.
In the 100-yard freestyle
Burch as jus slightly slower
in the finals by a tenth of a
second compared to his 14"'
place qualifying time in the
preliminaries.










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QUALITY TIME: Mackenzie Fisher and
Grandma C work on painting a ceramic item
to pass the time Saturday at the Pace High
School Arts and Craft Fair on Saturday.
Below, WXBM's John Graves made an
appearance at the Arts and Crafts fair at
Pace High School to help promote the event
and urge listeners to come out.


CALLING ALL IRAFFLERS: Members of the Pace High Senior class were
out using a bullhorn trying to get people to check out the Project
Graduation booth, which was raffling off a small house and a week-
end stay in Destin. Bottom left, Santa Claus makes his arrival at the
Pace High School track as he arrived with a different type of deer,
a John Deere Gator, as he took a break from his workshop. Bottom
right, vendors had a hard time on Saturday at the Pace Band Holi-
day Arts and Craft Fair due to the strong winds, which were blow-
ing items and tents all over the place.






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Wednesday, November 19, 2008


Commu [luillty


Waffle House will sponsor blood drive


Anniversaries


Special to the Press Gazette
On Friday, Nov. 21, from
1 6 p.m. at the Waffle
House in Pea Ridge, there
will be a blood drive (on the
American Red Cross bus)
located at 1900 Hwy. 90 in
Pace.
Save lives, get a free
Waffle House waffle and
possibly win a gift card as
part of the American Red


Cross "Give a Little, Buy a
Lot" promotion.
Autumn is well on its
way, bringing holidays of
thanks and time spent with
families. This fall, by giving
blood at an American Red
Cross blood drive, you can
help make sure that those
who find themselves in
need of blood through the
holiday period will have a
chance to enjoy another


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NOVEMBER 25, 2008
Workshop 2:00 PM
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holiday with family.
Volunteer blood donors
in Pace will get a chance
to give blood and save lives
at the Waffle House blood
drive, scheduled for Friday,
Nov 21 from 1-6 p.m. at the
Waffle House in Pea Ridge,
located at 1900 Highway 90
in Pace.
One of the best ways to
protect our communities,
our friends and families
and our country through
the extended holiday pe-
riod is to be prepared for
disasters before they oc-
cur. By giving blood, you're
helping America by prepar-
ing our healthcare system
for almost any situation
that may occur.
"Giving blood really is a
patriotic and selfless thing
to do when it comes down
to it," said Evan Duffy, Se-
nior Communications Spe-
cialist for the Red Cross.
"People who give blood
give something that can't
be made in a lab or manu-
factured by modern medi-
cine. Without it, lives would
be lost."
In other words, blood
is critically needed, espe-
cially during the pre- and
post-holiday seasons. Do-
nors who have either of
the Type 0 blood types
are especially in demand,
because more than 50
percent of blood ordered
through hospitals is Type
0. A single traffic accident
victim can require between
four and 100 units of blood.
A bypass patient can need
four to six units of blood
to survive. An infant born
with Rh factor complica-
tions must have at least
a unit of blood to survive.
Patients like these need
blood every two seconds in
the United States, making
it critical that donors give
blood for the good of hu-
manity.
Because blood can be
separated into three com-
ponents blood, platelets
and plasma one donation


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can benefit up to three in-
dividuals. Because it takes
up to three days for blood
to be processed and made
available to hospitals, it
is important that a dona-
tion be made ahead of an
emergency If everyone
who was eligible would
donate four times a year,
there would never be a
blood shortage.
If you plan on giving
blood, prepare yourself for
the process. Double your
fluid intake in the 48 hours
leading up to the drive.
Eat a nutritious meal the
night before, as well as the
day of, the blood drive. Eat
iron-rich foods such as lean
beef, broccoli, eggs, greens,
shrimp or dried beans.
Also, consume foods rich in
Vitamin C, such as citrus
fruits, cabbage, tomatoes
and sweet potatoes. Make
sure to get a good night's
sleep before the drive.
During the month of No-
vember, every presenting
volunteer donor at a Red
Cross blood drive or donor
center will be entered into
a regional drawing for a
$1,000 gift card as part of
the "Give a Little, Buy a
Lot" promotion.
All presenting volunteer
donors will also receive a
Red Cross t-shirt during
the month of November.
The Waffle House will
also provide a free waffle to
every volunteer presenting
donor at the blood drive.
The American Red
Cross, Blood Services,
Alabama and Central Gulf
Coast Region which sup-
plies blood to approximate-
ly 100 hospitals, needs 800
blood donors each day to
meet the needs of patients
in the region.
Blood donors must be
at least 17 years old and
weigh at least 110 pounds.
Please call 1-800-GIVE-
LIFE or visit www.red-
crossblood.org to make
an appointment to donate
blood or platelets.

Lightning Kills!

When a storm
approaches, and
lightning is present:

-Stay away from
open high ground and
isolated trees.
-Stay away from
water, including lakes
and rivers. Stay off the
beach and out of boats.
-Do not seek shelter
in a convertible car or
golf cart.
-Stay away from
doors, windows and all
metal objects, including
pipes and faucets.
-Stay off corded
telephones and away
from all electrical
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The Freemans celebrate 51 years
Ora Lee and Mattie Freeman are celebrating their 51st
wedding anniversary.
A classic boy meets girl love story, Ora Lee and Mattie
met in the spring of 1956 and married Nov. 17,1957 in Dothan,
AL. They had two children and decided to move to Milton,
Florida in October of 1960.
Ora, an over-the-road truck driver and Mattie, a home
health care aid worker, had 6 more children and became fos-
ter and adoptive parents for many other children. They now
have 29 grandchildren.
They have worked hard together to accomplish what ev-
ery married couple wishes to have, a marriage to last a life
time.
Enjoy life with the wife whom you love, all the days of your
vain life that he has given you under the sun, because that
is your portion in life and in your toil at which you toil under
the sun.
-Ecclesiastes 9:9


PCT holding auditions

for "On Golden Pond"


The Panhandle Com-
munity Theatre will hold
auditions for their next pro-
duction, "On Golden Pond,"
Dec. 1 and 2 at the Imogene
Theatre in downtown Milton
at 6:30 p.m.
The play, made famous
by the movie starring Kath-
erine Hepburn and Henry
Fonda, requires three adult
males, two women and one
teen-aged boy.
The two primary roles
need actors with ages be-
tween the high 50s to low 70s.
The other adult roles are for
actors who can appear to be
in their mid 40s.
Auditions should last ap-
proximately two hours and


will use cold readings from
the script and improvisa-
tional scenes.
The first production of
the 2009 season, "On Golden
Pond" is scheduled to go to
curtain Feb. 20-22, 27 28 and
Mar. 1, 2009.
Persons interested in
working as part of the house
or stage crew should attend
and sign up for their area of
interest.
For a synopsis of the play
and characters please visit
the PCT website at www.
panhandlecommunitythe-
atre.com.
For additional informa-
tion contact Lauren Sutton
after 6 pm at 626-8966.


Area BRIEFS


Cars help support Boys
& Girls Clubs in Florida
Boys and Girls Clubs
throughout the country are
pleased to call their clubs
"the positive place for kids."
The income from donated
cars is helping to keep the
clubs positive. To donate
cars, just call 1-800-246-
0493. No restrictions apply
and the care will be picked
up within a few days.

Milton Redevelopment
Bn rd will meat


town Redevelopment Ad-
visory Board is scheduled
to meet in regular session
on Thursday, Nov. 20, at
1 p.m., in the Council
Chambers at City Hall,
6738 Dixon Street.
Milton's Special Hear-
ing Officer will conduct a
Code Enforcement Hear-
ing on Thursday, Nov. 20
at 5:30 p.m. in the Council
Chambers at City Hall,
6738 Dixon Street.
All meetings are open
to the public. For more in-
formation, please call 983-
5440.


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Parade has been
re-scheduled


The Milton Christmas
i Parade has been changed.
It is scheduled at 6:30 p.m.
on Saturday, December 6th,
2008. The theme for this
year is "Christmas in Para-
dise."
The parade will form at
King Middle School, travel
south on Stewart Street
(State Road 87) to Elva
Street where it will dis-
band.
Ending at Elva Street,
parade participants will
turn left or right to their
pre-selected post-parade
breakdown point. Partici-
pating organizations are
asked to notify busses and
parents where to meet.
Applications are avail-
able at the Chamber of
Commerce, located at 5247
Stewart Street or on the
Chamber website at www.
srcchamber.com.
Please join us for a night
Sof family fun as we usher in
our holiday season.


Lester., Ishton. Bran. Daniel, .
Hannah and Isaac






Wednesday, November 19, 2008


Military UPDATE


Barrow graduates BCT
Army Pvt. Robert Barrow
has graduated from Basic
Combat training at Fort Sill,
Lawton, Okla.
During the nine weeks of
training, the soldier studied
the Army mission and re-
ceived instruction and train-
ing exercises in drill and
ceremonies, Army history,
core values and traditions,
military courtesy, military
justice, physical fitness, first
aid, rifle marksmanship,
weapons use, map reading
and land navigation, foot
marches, armed and un-
armed combat, and field ma-
neuvers and tactics.
He is the son of Wayne
and Linda Barrow of Milli-
gan Ford Road, Pace, Fla.

Cabana graduates BCT
Army Pvt. Sarah M. Ca-
bana has graduated from
basic combat training at Fort
Jackson, Columbia, S.C.
During the nine weeks of
training, the soldier studied
the Army mission, history,
tradition and core values,
physical fitness, and re-
ceived instruction and prac-
tice in basic combat skills,
military weapons, chemical
warfare and bayonet train-
ing, drill and ceremony,
marching, rifle marksman-
ship, armed and unarmed
combat, map reading, field
tactics, military courtesy,
military justice system, ba-
sic first aid, foot marches,
and field training exercises.
She is the daughter of
Tammy Cabana of Leon


Lane, Pace, Fla.
Cabana is a 2006 gradu-
ate of Pace High School.

Dubreuil graduates
leadership training
Michelle A. Dubreuil has
graduated from the Army
ROTC (Reserve Officer
Training Corps) Leader's
Training Course at Fort
Knox, KY.
The four-week course is
a leadership internship for
cadets that can lead to the
ultimate goal of becoming
an Army officer. College stu-
dents experience and exam-
ine the Army without incur-
ring an obligation to serve in
the Army or ROTC, and are
eligible to receive two-year
college scholarship offers
and attend the Advanced
ROTC Course at their col-
lege.
Cadets are observed and
evaluated during classroom
and field training exercises
to determine their officer
potential in leadership abili-
ties and skills. The cadets
are trained to have a sound
understanding of traditional
leadership values during
the challenging, motivating
"hands-on" training. The
training develops well-dis-
ciplined, highly motivated,
physically conditioned stu-
dents, and helps improve the
cadets' self-confidence, ini-
tiative, leadership potential,
decision-making, and col-
lective team cohesion. The
cadets receive training in
fundamental military skills,
Army values, ethics, warrior


ethos, rifle marksmanship,
small arms tactics, weapons
training, drill and ceremony,
communications, combat
water survival training, rap-
pelling, land navigation, and
squad-level operations field
training.
The cadet is a student
at the University of Florida,
Gainesville.
She is the daughter of
Roland J. Dubreuil of Orion
Lake Drive, Navarre, Fla.
Dubreuil is a 2005 gradu-
ate of Navarre High School.

Taneshia Fierro
graduates

Air Force Reserve Air-
man Taneshia E. Fierro


TANESHIA
FIERRO


has gradu-
ated from ba-
sic military
training at
Lackland Air
Force Base,
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 ceremo-
ny marches, and received
physical training, rifle
marksmanship, field train-
ing exercises, and special
training in human relations.
In addition, airmen who
complete basic training earn
credits toward an associate
in applied science degree
through the Community Col-


lege of the Air Force.
She is the daughter of
Sonia and Boyd Alexander
of Calle De Lago, Navarre,
Fla.
Fierro is a 2001 graduate
of Navarre High School.

Lynn graduates BMT
AirForceAirmanJamison
C. Lynn has graduated from
basic military training at
Lackland Air Force Base,
San Antonio, Texas.
During the six weeks of
training, the airman studied
the Air Force mission, orga-
nization, and military cus-
toms and courtesies; per-
formed drill and ceremony
marches, and received phys-
ical training, rifle marks-
manship, field training exer-
cises, and special training in
human relations.
In addition, airmen who
complete basic training earn
credits toward an associate
in applied science degree
through the Community Col-
lege of the Air Force.
Lynn is the son of Ricky
Lynn of Winners Circle
Drive, Navarre, Fla.
In 2003, the airman grad-
uated from Navarre High
School.

Simmons completes
Navy BT
(FHTNC)-Navy Sea-
man Recruit Richard L.
Simmons, son of Lisa J. and
Richard G. Simmons of Mil-
ton, Fla., recently completed
U.S. Navy basic training at
Recruit Training Command,


Church NEWS


Special to the Press Gazette

Help provide a Merry
Christmas for local seniors
in need. The Pace Commu-
nity Church Busy Bee's are
hosting a Christmas party
at Berryhill Manor. We are
seeking volunteers to adopt
a senior.
We have placed a Christ-
mas tree in our lobby with


the names of residents of
Berryhill Manor Assisted
Living Facility. It's easy,
just stop by our Adopt-A-
Senior tree in the lobby,
select a senior's gift tag,
purchase the gift(s) re-
quested. Please provide
the selected senior's gift(s)
wrapped and include a per-
sonal uplifting message to
the senior.


"I have shewed you all
things, how that so labor-
ing ye ought to support the
weak, and to remember
the words of the Lord Je-
sus, how he said, It is more
blessed to give than to re-
ceive."-Acts 20:35
When is the party? It is
Saturday, December 6 from
2 to 4 p.m. Refreshments
and entertainment will be


provided. Remember, it will
be at Berryhill Manor, 5544
Swanner Rd (off Berryhill
Rd.) in Milton. Everyone is
invited to attend.
For more information,
contact Barbara Slate
at 850/623-2116 (hm.)
or 850/994-5897 (wk.) or
Joyce Hughes at 850/572-
6535 or Peggy Norris at
994-6327.


Immanuel Baptist Church UPDATE


Paul Fleming is com-
ing back to Pace! Paul will
be back with us in worship
concert at Immanuel Bap-
tist Church on Sunday, No-
vember 23. Originally from
St. Croix in the Caribbean,
Paul's music is well de-
scribed as "contemporary
with a decidedly Carib-
bean flair." Living now in
the Nashville area, he is a
gifted baritone singer who


loves to laugh and involve
his audience in his music.
Paul was first with us in
November of 2004 and visit-
ed with us again in Novem-
ber of 2006. We're looking
forward to this next visit
as an unofficial start to our
Thanksgiving/Christmas
holiday season.
Paul will share briefly
with us in the 10:30 a.m.
worship service on Novem-


ber 23, and he will present a
full worship concert at 6:00
p.m. We hope you can be
here for this special time.
You will enjoy the music of
Paul Fleming!
Coming in December at
Immanuel...
"Christmas Comes to
Lone Star Gulch" Dec
7, 6:00 p.m., Children's
Choirs...
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Adult Christmas Choir...
The message of Christmas
presented in music and
drama. Doors will open at
5:00 p.m.
Dec 24, Christmas Eve
will be The Lord's Supper
Service.
Immanuel Baptist
Church is at 4187 Highway
90, Pace, FL where there's
a place for you!


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Ask the Preacher

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

Dear Pastor Gallups, I have heard you say that a per-
son cannot be a Christian and at the same time be
involved in Freemasonry. I have several relatives and
friends who are Masons and fine Christians at the same
time. C. R. Milton
Dear C.R., There are numerous scholarly works on
this topic that you can purchase at ainy Christian book-
store. If you have access to the Internet you will find
literally scores of credible websites with volumes of
information on this controversial topic.
For the man or woman who is a part of any
Masonic organization who at the same time claims to
be a born again Christian, I would emphatically say
that the two ways of life and philosophies are NOT
compatible in ANY way.
The three fundamental, foundational truths of evan-
gelical. New Testament Christianity is as follows.
1.-Jesus is God in the Flesh and the ONLY way for
ANY person to be saved
2.:-The Bible is the ONLY word and the FINAL word
of the Living and True God.
3.-Salvation is by God's grace ALONE and not by
ANY works that man can do.
The religious teachings of freemasonry DENY all
three fundamentals of New Testament Christianity!
The Masons teach that:
1.-Jesus is just one of MANY ways by which a person
can get to heaven and that all religious systems are of
equal value in this matter
2.-There are MANY "words" of and that NONE
(including the Bible) are the complete word of God.
3.-A person can get to "heaven" by the "good works"
done while being a "good and faithful mason."
Let me encourage you and all of our readers
to go to this website -http://www.hickoryhammockbap-
tist.org/mason/dvdmason.html- here you can view an
entire 30 minute DVD online that clearly presents the
truth of what I have just stated.
I hope this article and the DVD will help you to know
the truth about this very controversial subject.
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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Canada. For more infonnationabout HHBC. call 623-8959 or 626-8951. fax: 623-0197. If vou have
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the Circuit Court for Santo Rosa
Count Florida, Probate Divi-
sian, the address of which is
SP. Box 472, Milton, FL
f ye a 32572. The names and ad-
H iL I S dresses of the personal repre-
sentative and the personal
ANINOUNCEMENTS representative's attorney are set
forth below
1100 Legal Advertising
1110- Classified Notices All creditors of the decedent
1120- Public Notices/ and other persons having claims
1120 Public Notices/ or demands against decedent's
Announcements estate on whom a copy of this
1125- Carpools & notice is required to be served
Rideshare must fle their claims with this
1130 Adoptions court WITHIN THE LATER OF 3
1130 dpo MONTHS AFTER THE TIME OF
1140- Happy Ads THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF
1150 Personals THIS NOTICE OR 30 DAYS AF-
1160- Lost TER THE DATE OF SERVICE OF
1170- Found A COPY OF THIS NOTICE ON
THEM.
All oIther creditors of the dece-
dent and other persons having
I&"claims or demands against
decedeint'sestatemiustfile their
caims with this court WITHIN 3o
MONTHS AFTER THE DATE OF
Legal 11/1352 THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF
THIS NOTICE.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
FOR SANTA ROSA ALL CLAIMS NOT FIRE
COUNTY FLORIDA WITHIN THE TIME PERIOD
PROBVAT DMVSION SET FORTH IN SECTION
File No. 57-2008-CP-338 733.702 OF THE FLORIDA
Division PROBATE CODE WILL BE FOR-
EVER BARRED
IN RE: ESTATE OF NOTWITHSTANDING THE
JAMES A WATSON TIME PERIODS SET FORTH
ABOVE ANY CLAIM FILED
Deceased. WO 12] YEARS OR MORE AF.
TER THE DECEDENT'S DATE
NOTICE TO CREDITORS OF DEATH IS BARRED.
The administration of the estate The date of first publication of
of James A. Watson, deceased, this notice is November 12,
whose date of death was 2008.
March 22, 2008, is pending in Attrney for Personal Represent
attorney fo ersona Rprese l
alive:
Todd Watson Attorney at Law
Attorney ford race W. Watson
,-- Florida Bar No 0938327
I---- t-.Ie F 12276 San Jose Boulevard,
\I\1Atvtter Suite 721
\erav '^' ~ Jacksonvili, FL 32223
Telephone: L904 739-9747
Fax: (904) 39-9748 1
Personal Representative:
Grace W. Watson
6300 Cherry Laurel Drive
r' Milton, Florida 32570
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S IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE FIRST JUDICIAL CIR-
CUIT, IN AND FOR SANTA
r W es? IROSA COUNTY, FLORIDA
S .Case No.: 08-2194
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CHANNA CARNLEY,
Petitioner
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WILLIAM FIELDER,
Respondent
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TO- William Fielder
(Address Unknown)
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an ac.
lion has been filed against oua
and that you are required to
serve a copy of your written de-
i i. is
.I..te
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on or before Decenber 24,
2008, and file the original withv
the clerk of this Court at Santa
Rosa County Courthouse P. 0
Box 472 Milton, Florida
32572 before service on Peti-
tioner or immediately thereafter.
If you fail to do so, a de-
fault may be entered
against yu for the relief
demanded in the petition.
Copies of all court docu-
ments in this case, in-
cluding orders are availa-
ble at the Clerk otthe Cir-
cuit Court's office. You
may review these docu-
ments upon request.
You must keep the Clerk
of the Circuit Court's office
notified of your current
address. (You may file
Notice of Current Address,
Flonda Supreme Court Ap-
proved Family Law Form
this lawsuit will emailed
aed som-ey
to the address on record
at the clerk's office.
WARNING: Rule 12.285,
Florida Family Law Rules
of Procedure, requires cer-
tain automatic disclosure
of documents and infor-
mation. Failure to comply
can result in sanctions, in-
cluding dismissal or strik-
ing of pleadings.
Dated: November 5, 2008
CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT
COURT
CIRCUIT COURT SEAL
By: Carmen Emery
Deputy Clerk
111208
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112608
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11/1353


Legal 11/1355
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT IN
AND FOR SANTA ROSA
COUNTY FLORIDA
PROBATE DMSION
FILE NUMBER:
57-2008-CP-357
In re the Estate of.
EMMETT CALHOUN
McARTHUR
a/k/a CAL McARTHUR
Deceased
NOT ADMINISTRA-


The administration of the estate
of EMMETT CALHOUN
McARTHUR a/k/a CAL
McARTHURI deceased Case
No. 57-2007.CP.35/, Div
BERGOSH, is pending in the
Probate Division of The Circuit
Court of Santa Rosp County,
Florida the address ot which is
6865 Caroline Street, Milton
Florida 32570. The names and
addresses of the personal repre-
senatine and the personal
representative's attorney are set
forth below.
ALL INTERESTED PERSONS
ARE NOTIFIED THAT:
ALL PERSONS ON WHOM
THIS NOTICE IS SERVED
WHO HAVE OBJECTIONS
THAT CHALLENGE THE VALID-
ITY OF THE WILL, THE QUALIFI-
CATIONS Of THE PERSONAL
REPRESENTATIVE, VENUE, OR
JURISDICTION OF THIS
COURT ARE REQUIRED TO
FILE THEIR OBJECTIONS WITH
THIS COURT WITHIN THE
LATER OF THREE MONTHS AF
TER THE DATE OF THE FIRST
PUBLICATION OF THIS NO.
TICE OR THIRTY DAYS AFTER
THE DATE OF SERVICE OF A
COPY OF THIS NOTICE ON
THEM.
ALL CREDITORS OF THE DECE-
DENT AND OTHER PERSONS
HAVING CLAIMS OR DE-
MANDS AGAINST THE
DECEDENT'S ESTATE ON
WHOM A COPY OF THIS NO
TICE IS SERVED WITHIN
THREE MONTHS AFTER THE
DATE OF THE FIRST PUBLIC.
TON OF THIS NOTICE MUST
FILE THEIR CLAIMS WITH 1HIS
COURT WITHIN THE LATER
OF Ti-RFE MONTHS AFTER
rin IE OF THE FIRST PUBLIC
ii I OF THIS NOTICE OR
THIRTY DAYS AFTER THE DATE
OF SERVICE Ol A COPY OF
THIS NOTICE ON THEM
ALL rnTi --iT i OF
IHE 1 i 11 PER


TICE IS
THR[E in
DAI E i .11 i ." :
TION OF i 1 i i 1 1 -
FILE THEIF i i i
COURT, i


OF THREE MONTHS AFTER AGAINST THE NAMED DE PROPERTY OWNER AS OF
THE DATE OF THE FIRST PUBLIC Legal 11/1371 FENDANT(S) UNKNOWN THE DATE OF THE LIS
CATION OF THIS NOTICE OR TENANT #It UNKNOWN PENDENS MUST FILE A
T.-irT P-^ AFTER THE DATE IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF TENANT #2, CLAIM WITHIN 60 DAYS
S., OF A COPY OF THE FIRST JUDICIAL CIR- Defendants)' AFTER THE SALE.
i ii ON THEM CUIT IN AND FOR SANTA
ROSA COUNTY, FLORIDA NOTICE Of SALE If you are a person with a Disma
ALL OTHER CREDITORS OF CIVIL ACTION billies who need any accommo-
THE DECEDENT, AND PER. CASE NO.: Noticeis hereby gven that pur dation in order to participate in
SONS HAVING CLAIMS OR 57-2008-CA-001456 suont to a F na Summary judge this proceeding you are entitled
DEMANDS AGAINST DIVISION: C nent of Fore closure entered in ator no ost s to you to the prova
ECEDENT'S ESTATE MUST rthe aboves-ryled cause, in the sions at certain assistant please
FILE THEIR CLAMS WITH THIS CHASE HOME FINANCE Circuit Cou of -1i i ROSA contact Susan Land at 6865
COURI WITHIN THREE LLC, County, o,la 1 i i sell he C-i-I,,,,, Street Milton, FL
MONTHS AFTER THE DATE OF Plaintiff, property situeae ir SANTA 50.983 1012 within
THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF ROSA County, Florida, de i days of this receipt
THIS NOTICE vs. scribed as of this document If yaou are
hearing or Voice impaorted callI
ALL CLAIMS AND OBJEC. VICTOR PINCKARD, et al, LOT 84 SHERWOOD 1-800-9 55-8771.
TIONS NOT SO FILED WILL Defendantss. PARK A SUBDIVISION OF
BE FOREVER BARRED THE NORTHWEST QUAR- Dated this 7 day of November,
NQTICr QF ACTION TER OF THE NORTHEAST 2008.
Thre dose of she first publicarions QUARTER SECTION 33,
of this 'rote is November 12TO VICTOR E. PINCKARD TOWNSHIP 2 NORTH MARY M OHNSON
2008 LAST KNOWN ADDRESS RANGE 28 WEST SANT Clerk Of The Circuit Court
4267 S Spencerfield Road ROSA COUNTY FLORIDA, CIRCUIT COURT SEAL
PERSONAL REPRESENTATIVE Pace, FI 32571 ACCORDING T6 THE PLAT By: Brandy Norris
-- THEREOF RECORDED IN Deputy Clerk
THOMAS C TOLBERT CPA CURRENT ADDRESS UN- PLAT BOOK B AT PAGE
940 SHADOW RIDGE DRIVE KNOWN 11, OF THE PCUBUC REC- 111908
PENSACOLA, FLORIDA 32514 ORDS OF SAID COUNTY. 1126DB
ANY AND ALL UNKNOWN 11/1373
ATTORNEY FOR PERSONAL PARTIES CLAIMING BY A/K/A I-------
TTPTETN1RTVETHROUGH, UNDER, ANUi
E AGAINST THE HEREIN 6468 CYPRESS ST. Legal 11/1374
SETH E WRIGHT NAMED INDIVIDUAL DE- MILTON, FL 32570
503 NORTH 70TH AVENUE FENDANT(S) WHO ARE Ts of NOTICE F PRO SEDqR-
PENSACOLAFLORIDA 32506 NOT KNOWN TO BE DEAD ot public sale, ao Front steps If ASAMSBlr I
TELEPHONE (80) 4564483 OR AUIVE, WHETHERDSAID stie Sota R sa Contyany uvtaNt
FACSIMILE (850 4565095 UNKNOWN PARTIES MAY house Miltol Florida tn11.00 TO WHOM IT MAY CON-
CLAIM AN IN TEREST AS Mo anrie 17 day of Decem- CERN:
111203 SPOUSE HEIRS DEVISEES 6,r'200DB
111908 GRANTEES 6R OTHER Please be advised that on the
11/1355 CLAIMANTS MARY M JOHNSON 9th day of December, 2008 at
Clerk of the Circuit Court 5:01 p m., CST, at the City
ig 1 TI OWN ADDRESS UN CIRCUIT COURT SEAL Council meeting room at the
Legal 11 1370 i By Brandv Norris City Hall at 6738 Dixon Street
DIput- v Clerk in the Cihi of Milton Florida,
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF CURRENT ADDRESS UN 1112-08 there will e proposed for en
THE FIRST JUDICIAL CIR' KNOWN actment an Ordinance whose ti
CUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND ir accordance with the Amen. Ile is as follows:
FOR SANTA ROSA YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an oc cans with Disabilities Act of
COUENT0Y8005 A i mortgage on 1990, persons needing a spe- ORDINANCENOQ.1200-0S
CASE NO. 08001558CA ii...ir- i,'r- i n cial accommodation to partosh
LAALL BA, NA AS RU pate in this proceeding should AN ORDINANCE RELATING
LASALLE BANK NA AS TRUS contact Ithe ASA Coordinator no TO THE LARGE SCALE
TEE FOR WASHINGTON MU COMMENCE AT THE lobster aron seven(7) laysprior AMENDMENT #08-L2 OF
TUAL ASSET-BACKED CERTIFT SOUTHEAST CORNER OF o tie proceedings 11Teorinf THE CITY OF MILTON
CATES WMABS SERIES THE SOUTHEAST QUARTER im a'red, please call 80 FLORIDA; REPEAULING THI
2006-HE3 TRUST OF THE NORTHWEST 9 9771 ITD) or 800 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS
Plaintilff, QUARTER OF SECTION 34 955-8770 (voice) via F orida ELEMENT TO THE CITY OF
vs TOWNSHIP 2 NORTH Relay Service MILTON'S COMPREHEN-
VICTOR PINCKARD, et, al RANGE 28 WEST SANTA SIVE PLAN- AND ADOPT-
Defendants ROSA COUNTY, FLORIDA; 1 11908 ING THE NEW CAPITAL IM-
THENCE GO NORTH A DIS- 112608 PROVEMENTS ELEMENT TO
NOTICE OF ACTION TANCE OF 405.00 FEET- 11/1372 INCLUDE SCHOOL
THENCE WEST A DISTANCE CONCURRENCY AND
TO: VICTOR PINCKARD OF 381.90 FEET TO THE _____MONITORING AND EVAL-
Whose residence is: 6762 POINT OF BEGINNING; UATION AND PROVING
HARVELL ST MILTON FL THENCE NORTH A DIS- Legal 11/1373 FOR SEVERABILITY* RE-
32570 & 4267 S SPENCER TANCE OF 95.95 FEET TO PEAULING ALL PROVISIONS
FIELD RD, MILTON, FL, 32571 THE SOUTHERLY EDGE OF IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF OF ORDINANCES IN CON-
PAVEMENT OF WALLACE THE 1 ST JUDICIAL CIRCUIT FULICT HEREWITH AND PRO-
TO: UNKNOWN SPOUSE OF STREET THENCE GO SOUTH IN AND FOR SANTA ROSA VIDING AN EFFECTIVE
VICTOR PINCKARD 84 DEGREES 01 MINUTES COUNTY, FLORIDA DATE.
Whose residence is. 6762 15 SECONDS WEST CIVIL DIVISION
HARVELL ST MILTON CFL ALONG THE SAID SOUTH- CASE NO.: 07000175CA This Ordinance is on file in the
32570 & 4J67 S SPEIICER ERLY EDGE OF PAVEMENT City Clerk's office for inspec-
FIELD RD, MILTON, FL, 32571 A DISTANCE OF 95.52 U.S BANK NATIONAL ASSO. lion. Any interested party may
FEET' THENCE DEPARTING CIATION AS TRUSTEE, ON BE- appear at the meeting and be
If alive, and if dead, all parties SAl6 SOUTHERLY EDGE OF HALF OF THE HOLDERS OF heard with respect to the pro-
claiming interest by through PAVEMENT GO SOUTH A THE ASSET BACKED SECURI- posed Ordinance.
under or agains' VICTOR DISTANCE OF 86.00 FEET; TIES CORPORATION HOME
PINCKARD and UNKNOWN THENCE GO EAST A DIS EQUITY LOAN TRUST SERIES This the 12th day of November,
SPOUSE OF VICTOR TANCE OF 95.00 FEET TO NC 2006-HE4 ASSETS BACKED 2008.
PINCKARD and all parties hav THE POINT OF BEGINN- PASS-THROUGH CERTIFI-
inn or claiming to have any ING. CATES SERIES NC 2006-HE4, Dewitt Nobles
ig little or interest in the prop Plantiff Ci Clerk
ry described he rein, ogs beeoon filed against you and CIRCUIT COURT SEAL
you ar req Ineat serve a vs
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that on ac c yourrien defense vs 111908
you sorill pisdefenlses110
lion for Foreclosure of Mort wi lin 3 days otter the irsi JULIA R ENFINGER A/K/AJU 111908
gage on the following de pblication if any, on Florida LIE R ENFINGER FRANK IVAN 11/1374
scribed properly: Utaul Law group, P.L., ENFINGER, JOH, DOE JANE
SPlaintifl s attorney, whose ad DOE AS UNKNOWN TENANT Legal 1 1/1375
BEGN AT THE SOUTHEAST dress is 9119 corporate Lake IS) IN POSSESSION OF THE
CORNER OF THE SOUTHEAST Drive Suite 300D Toripa, Flor SUBJECT PROPERTY, IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
QUARTER OF THE NORTH, ida 33634 anrd rile the original Defedants FOR SANTA ROSAURT
WEST QUARTER OF SECTION will, this touil either before COUNTY FORINA ROSA
34 TNN iP2NORTH, service air Plaintiff's attorney of RE-NQTICE Q iR CIO UNBTEYDFLOIDA PRO
RA'JGE 2B WEST, SANTA iimrmedioteiy theieaeoter,;aoiier-SUIRT~~E -BAF DIIINO.N7208C-4
ROSA COUNTY FLORIDA winildvevtNwllbe ntre
THENCE NORTH 305 FEE against you fort Ihee lief de NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN Division "B"
THENCE WEST 409 1 FEET TO handed in thie Complaint or po prsuant to a Moti on and Order IN RE. ESTATE OF
THE POINT OF BEGINNING tition Resellina Foreclosure Sale Date
THENCE NORTH 100 FEET This notice shall be published dated tie 7 day of November, William les Wells
THENCE WEST 75 FEET once each week for two consec 2008anid entered in Case No. ak. i ws Wells
THENCa EASOUTH0FE1EETO ulive weeks in the Piess Goa 0007 SCA of t he Circa k: a o mieWells
THENCE EAST 75 FEET TO T r entyCatloei I aicn~rait JimieWells
POINT OF BEGINNING LESS WTESinCieour i sa r a rSrtsftae RosJuical Concui,
P^ O GIT ESS my hand arid the seal ut t Deceased.
A NDNEXEPTGTHE WEWTERIY TEioharidf0a or Sarnto Rosa Coun
AND FECEPT TH EWTEREOFof this Coarf on Iris 7 day of Flnrida wfrereirs U S BAN K Oc
7.2 FEET THEREOF November, 2008 NATIO)HALASSOCIATIONAS N -NE vQRP itQRs
a/k/a6762HARVEL SETRUSTEE, ON BEHALF OF THE Thre admini nstration of thre estate
a/k 6762 HARVELL Sf MIL- Mary M. Johnson HOLDERS OF THE ASSET of WillisJames Wells a ka
TON, H. 32570 Clerk of the Court BACKED SECURITIES CORPO William J Wells a k a Jirmmie
has een filed against CIRCUIT COURT SEAL RATION HOME EQUITY LOAN Wells deceasedve daote of
has been filed against you and By: J. Walkins TRUST SERIES NC 2006.HE4 detl'h' was Septeber 13
you are required to serve a As Deputy Clerk ASSET BACKED '2008 endii the Circei
copy of your writtendefenses, I PASS-THROUGH CERTIFI Court' Ir Santoa Rosa Coun
any to it, on Nwabvo 111908 CATES, SERIES NC 2006.HE4 rida Probate Diviior t
Unao Attorney for Plaintiff, 112608 is thie Plaintiff and JULIA R. i' tI ;lo6865tnro
wRose address is 2901 SFirinr 11/1371 ENFINGER A/K/A JULIE R hon Floidao
Road, SFite 300 Foil LnahetENFINGER, FRANK IVAN ,,, 1ionsFaiid
erdalo, Florida 33312 olher go 11/1372 ENFINGER, JOHN DOE JANE addresses of the personal opre
a e dc ys 3 ethe EgolI/ DOE AS UNKNOWN TENANT slDiveA nani nre persal
X omriteiin 30 dasalste IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF IS) IN POSSESSION OF THE seirtative o0,al e
Fis p oiclo- I,;. .. .i. 0 vFTFO~EI r eiepeseritotivnO'sattoirney Oir ret
I)n`. a' baf, 'THE FIRST JUDICIAL CIR- UBaCT, Ii01El a t do.- ait below.
an Ile ire r i. tfe CUIT OF THE STATE OF fendonts I swill sell to the i list All cicditois oa thie decedent
Cler oflssCu tvilc before FLORIDA, IN AND FOR anrd best bidder for car sh c1te arid ollies persosarihavinrg cloimrs
Clerk of thisni ether before SANTA RSA COUNTYC NORTH FRONT STEPS F or demin dsaga nst decedent's
service on Plaintiffees aaltornoa r CIVIL DIVISION COURTHOUSE at tie Sana estate ni wl acpy of thi
ws T alt awfbe'enered CASE NO. 2008 CA 168 Rosa County Courthouse, in otice is ired to be served
wis a o ullwil b etead IvTONai r ire I a 1:00 reust fle toer claims with iris
against y for the rlief de FREMONT INVESTMENT & a.m antheO18 -f'I --m 'courtWITHIN TH TEROFa3
minded in the complaint LOAN COMPANY, brb 2008, lIrthe I I de MONTHS AFTER THE TIME OF
WINESS my hnld and ie seal Plaintiff, sunbed property t i- "I THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF
of is Couthis 10 dayvolNo said Final Jugeeni to wit THIS NOTICE OR 30 DAYS AF.
Trirr 2008. err AT vs. -- ... -. .. TER THE DATE OF SERVICE OF


member, Z b
MARY M JOHNSON
As Clerk vi ihe Coual
CIRCUIT COURT SEAL
By Brandy Nornr,
As Deputy Clerk
A copy of hins Notice of Acion,
Comrplaint and Lis Pendons
were sent o the defendaniis and
address named aiove
In accordanceo -is 1ine Aicre
mint, witf, Di'ill litrs Act per-
Si rvasonabl ei c
to pciiicipate in
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LINDA SPELLINGS; UN-
KNOWN SPOUSE OF LINDA
SPELLINGS SAM SPELLINGS
UNKNOWN SPOUSE OF SAM
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SSAID DEFEND-
Sir I I ii MARRIED AND IF
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SEE ATTACHED EXHIBIT
"A'.
EXHIBIT "A"
Commencing at the North-
west Corner of the North-
west Quarter of the
Northeast Quarter, Sec-
tion 30, Township 2
North, Range 29 West,
Santa Rosa County, Flor-
ida, thence South 80 feet
for the Point of Beginning
thence East 400 feof,
thence South 120 feet,
thence West 400 feet,
thence North 120 feet to
Point of Beginning.
Address: 6196 Enfinger
Road, Pace, FL 32571


ANY PERSON CLAIMING
AN INTEREST IN THE SUR-
PLUS FROM THE SALE IF
ANY, OTHER THAN THE


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A COPY OF THIS NOTICE ON
THEM
All other creditors of the dece-
dent and other persons having
claims or demands against
decedent estate maust file their
claims w;th is court WITHIN 3
MONTHS AFTER THE DATE OF
THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF
THIS NOTICE
ALL CLAIMS NOT FILED
WITHIN THE TIME PERIODS
SET FORTH IN SECTION
733 702 OF THE FLORIDA
PROBATE CODE WILL BE FOR-
EVER BARRED
NOTWITHSTANDING THE
TIME PERIOD SET FORTH
ABOVE, ANY CLAIM FILED
TWO 121 YEARS OR MORE AF
TER THE DECEDENT'S DATE
OF DEATH IS BARRED.
The date of first publication of
this notice is November 19,
2008.
Attorney for Personal Represent-
ative:
/s/ Anela J. Jones
Angelae Jones
Florida Bar No. 096441
Locklin Jones & Saba, PA.
6460 Justice Avenue
Milton Florida 32570
Telephone (850) 623.2500
Personal Representative
/s/ Mary L Wells
Mary Linda Wells
97Eiea Place
Kihei, Hawaii 96753
111908
112608


Legal 11/1376
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
FOR SANTA ROSA
COUNTY FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
File No. 57-2008-CP-360
IN RE ESTATE OF
PETR IVANOV
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
The administration of the estate
of PETR IVANOV, 'deceased,
whose date ot death was
March 11, 2008 File Number


57-2008-CP-360 is pending in
the Circuit Cort for Sont s
Counn 1 Florida ProbateDivi-
sion, ie address of which is
6865 S.W Caroline B Mil
ton.F 258. eThnames and
a e personal repre-
sentative and the personal
representatives attorney are set
forth below.
All creditors of the decedent
and other persons having claims
or demands against decedent's
estate, on whom a copy of this
notice has been served, must
file their claims with this court
WITHIN THE LATER OF 3
MONTHS AFTER THE DATE OF
THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF
THIS NOTICE OR 30 DAYS AF-
TER THE TIME 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 this court 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 12 YEARS OR MORE AF-
TER THE DECEDENT'S DATE
OF DEATH IS BARRED
The date of first publication of
this notice is November 19,
2008.
/s/ Steven C. Warrick
Steven C. Warrick
Attorney for Personal Represent-
ative
Florida Bar No. 187089
Brooks Warrick & Associates
6867 Oak Street
Milton, FL 32570
Telepholre: 850-623-3605
850-623-8990
6s/Victor Ivanov
VICTOR IVANOV
Personal Representative
105 Leroy Lane,
Brewtc&, AL 36426
111908
112608
11/1376


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Notice of Sale
Pursuant to Subsection 5 of FL
Siatuie 713 78, Donna
Caizzo, as authorized Title
Specialist for Kell Recovery Iof
Santa Rosa County, will se l to
the highest bidder for cash in
hand, subject to any liens and
encumbrances. the following ve'
hicle oi .OOPMon 1 215.olat
104 E. 9 Mile Rd, Pensacola,
FL32534. VN
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2 100 rh,,r l~i VIN
Vehicle may be inspeced 1
week prior, at lienor facility,
6023 Dagwood Drive, Milton,
FL 32570
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I _95100 A 6110
OWN A RECESSION Milton
Proof Business Estab- NOVEMBER
lished accounts with the SPECIAL
average owner earning Efficiency All utilities
over $200K a year call paid. No dogs. Walk-
24/7 (866)622-8892 ing distance to stores,
Code 305 restuarants, etc. Laun-
dryroom, in ground
5 swimming pool. $99
Sent $250. dep.
/ 712-9968

Milton
KJR NOVEMBER
SPEtCAL
1/BR furnished or un-
REAL ETATE FqR RENT furnished. No dogs.
Has laundryroom, in
6100 Business/ ground swimming pool,
110 -Ammencial in walking distance to
6110 Bearentals stores, restaurants, etc.
6130 Condo/Townhouse $99 plus $550 de-
6140 House Rentals posit. Emerald Sands
6150 Roommate Wanted 712-9968
6160 Rooms for Rent Ii
6170 Mobile Home/Lot Near Whiting
6180 Outl-of-Town Rentals 2 bed, 1 bath duplex.
6190 Timeshare Rentals $450 month, $450dep.
6200 Vacation Rentals Water and garbage
included. Call Don
Cumbie Realty.
626-8959 / 377-6787
-6100 NEW AND MODERN
Milton Duplex. 2/2,1 car gar-
Commercial offices, age. ( Near Whiting
Several locations, many Field) $600 month, $600
different sizes. 324-8337 sec. dep. Call Don
Cumbie Realty
Milton 626-8959 or 377-6787
Office buildings.
Off Berryhill Road, near Pace
the hospital. 5 offices, 4 2/1 brick three-plex.
bathrooms, 1 large re- Stove, refrigerator, dish
ception area and huge washer and laundry
receptionist area. Cor- room All ceramic tile
pletely remodeled. Non-smoking unit. $565
$1400 month, per month, Water, grass
255-4004 cutting and garbage pick
up included. 626-2928


6110 |6140
APARTMENTS *3/2 Home
FOR RENT 5145 Trenton Dr.
1 and 2 bedroom units. in Pace $850.
No pets. Water & gar- *4/2 Home
bage pick up furnished. 3159 Waterview Dr
Nice location. $395 & in Milton $1,400.
$495 per month plus "4/2 Home 6027
deposit. Call 623-5697 Meursalt Rd. in Milton
$1200.
For Rent *3/1 Home 4641 Geri
5789 Eagle Dr. St. in Milton $800.
Newer 2/2 duplex *3/2 Home 6710 Ce-
with 1 car garage. dar Ridge Cir. in Milton
$950.
GECPM *2/2 Duplex 5825
(850) 439-3007 Windham Rd. in Milton
(850) 777-9214 $550,.
----- _______- *4/3 Home Arnies
--- -- '-.. ._ Way in Milton $1200.
In Milton unfurnished 2 3a2 inHMilton 547200 ak
bedroom/1 bath apart- Meadows in Milton
ment. $550. $300 de- $1250.
posit. No Pets. *2/1 Duplex 5892 Au-
994-7246 dubon B1 in Pensacola
$550.
Milton *4/2 Home Kelvin Ter-
NOVEMBER race in Pensacola
SPECIAL $1000.
Cyanamid Rd. *3/2 Home 4821
2/BR 2/BA with la un- Makenna Cir, in Pace
dryroom. Up stairs with $1200.
balcony. Water, trash *4/3 Mobile Home
and lawn service 9573 S Trace Rd. in
included. No dogs. East Milton $900.
$99 rent. $550 Santa Rosa Realty
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7100
October harvest
sale, Hi-po, Used. Fore-
closuie. Now, anid Dis-
coiUintet Holomes for sale.
Payments ingiinig from
$450-650 a montilh. Call
Clayloni Homes at
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"7100'|
Take over payments!
Bad credit, no probiloemi
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a 3 edriooin, 2 bath.
Call foi details.
850 682 4284l
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6140 1L 6140 IL1 E 9
Pace OFF AVALON
2 HOME FOR RENT 3/2 brick house. Out 2 bedroom mobile homer
3 bed/2 bath. $850 building, privacy fence with covered entry. All
month. Minutes to Whit- and 2 car garage. $900 electric, C H & A. Just
ing Field. (available in month, $600 deposit, ernodeled. Water/ gar-
December) 3bed/ (850)255-2590 age included $475
2bath on 2 acres Pea Ridge Ir-month, $300 dep. (dop
$1.000 month. Very 4025 Overlook & 1/2 of months rent to
clean. Pets considered. Circle 3 bedroomi2 nove in) 623-8753 or
609-567-6026 bath. Brick house, single 983-8020C
garage on large lot. Off Avalon Blvd.
3 bed/2 bath clean $675 month, $675 (Rice Road)
o3 bed2 bath clean lot deposit. 698-8337 3/2. Just remodeled.
home on large lot: ._ -,. --- All electric, central heat
Berryhill area, No Pets. RENT TO OWN A electric, central heat
Available December. All credit considered. & air. Water & garbage
$685 mnon/$600 Dep. Brand new construction included. $550 m onth,
382-2573 homes. 3, 4, 5 bed- $400 dep. (depn & t/2moven)
room/ 2 bath. You o623-2567ths rent to move in)r983-8020
choose the colors. 623-2567 or 983-8020
3 Unfurnished $895 to $1,495/mo Older model, 2 bed-
houses for rent: 520-360-1893 room, 1 bath. Hwy. 87
1. 7182 Admiral Halsey N., near Milton. $350
Ct., East Milton Si i, per month, $200 de-
2 6159 Walker St., Sky- K6111Lposit. Don Cumbie Realty
line 6170 626-8959 or 377-6787
3. 6482 Syrcle Ct., Sky- 2 bedroom/2 bath mo- Pace
line bile home on private lot. 3/2 on private lot.
Rent from $600 to $650. $525 month. Total elec- 994-8159
$400 deposit. 255-1459 trick. 6252 Morgan Court. Pace
or 994-0179 $250 deposit. Baycrest Mobile home/camper
Realty 994-7918 (24 foot long) for rent.
6226 Dixie Road 2 bedrooms with front $450.AII utilities incl.
5 bedrooms, 2 1/2 bath kitchen on corner lot. By Floridatown Road.
on over 1 acre. Terrazo $350 month. East Gate 776-1180
floor, large kitchen, sepa- Mobile Home Ranch Pea Ridge
rate den & large great 626-8973 4032 Overlook Cir-
room with fireplace. 2/1 double wide with cle 3 bedroom/2 bath
Owner is a Realtor, central air on large, on private lot with large
206-3666, Janet Coulter. fenced-in lot. $550 shed. $475 month, $400
Available 11/15/08 or month, $550 deposit. deposit. 698-8337
sooner. $995 per month Contact Sonya at TO RENT 2005, 3
______________ 450-6840 bedroom FEMA mobile
3BR/2BAForecosure 2/1 mobile home. home. East Gate Mobile
3BR/2BA Foreclosure! Off Old Bagdad Hwy. Home Ranch. 626-8973
$11,000! 5 ownl On private lot. $450 W. Milton
$ down20 month, $300 deposit. 3/2, 14X70. Total
years @8% apr. Buy, 850- 221-7622 electric. No pets.
4/BR $259/MoT For list-
ings (800)366-9783 Ext 2/2, total electric, 5073 Ridgeway Blvd.
5798. East Gate Mobile Home $625 month, $300 dep.
Ranch. 626-8973 Baycrest Realty
___________ _________- 994-7918
2/1. Quiet & clean. 994-7918
Crestview 3br, 1ba, $420 month. First month
Nice brick home, Inter- free with 12 month lease. /
section 87/ 89, just 3 mi- All electric. CH & A,
les south of Whiting Storage & covered
Field. Fridge/ w/d in- porch. Water, garbage
cluded $725 mo +sd and sewer provided.
682-8483 or 865- 3421 $395. deposit.
Sonnydale Lane. s
E. Milton 375-4515,623-9902ES FORSA
3 bedrooms, 1 1/2 Clean 2/1 mobile home. REAL ESTATE FOR
baths. One car garage Garbage and water 7100 Homes
1 1 0 sq. ft. home on included. No Pets, $400 7105 Open Houses
shady acre. Pets ok month/$300 deposit. 7110 Beach Home/
s6a-y acre. 6ets on. 6756614 Property
$800 month, $800 dep. 675-7120 Commercial
626-9844 E. Milton 7130 Condo/Townhouse
______________ 1 acre lot. Dead end, dirt7140 Farms & Ranches
fane. Small, 2/1. $325 7150 Lots and Acreage
E. Milton month, $100 deposit. 7160 Mobile Homes
Brand new Good 623-8162 7170 Waterfront
Sense home. 1 mile from E. MILTON 0Properleyt
new jail. Never lived in. 3/2 mobile home. 7190 Out-of-Town
3/2 with covered porch. Minutes from 110, quiet Real Estate
$750 month, $300 de- area with fenced yard. 7200 TImeshare
posit. Available 12/08. Non-smoking environ-
Water and garage. meant. $550. Lease, refer- ^+Br rfI-
623-8162 ences & deposit.
623-9623 or 418-0783 I 7100
FOR RENT: 4/2 dou-- 2000 blow out! Must
LARGE, BRICK blewide, like new. Situ- sell all discounted homes,
HOUSE IN MILTON ated on 7 acres with used homes, and foreclo-
Near elementary, fenced pasture and sure homes. Call Clayton
middle & high schools, barn/garage. Located Homes for information.
3 bedrooms, 2 full 12 miles from Milton off 850-682-3344
baths. Large kitchen Munson Hwy. $800 per Foreclosure sale
with stove and refrig- month, $400 deposit. 5 bed/3 bath for
erator. Large laundry Background check and $69,000, call for details.
room, washer / dryer references required. Call We owner finance. Call
hook up. No pets in 828-297-2881 682-3344
house.m n FOR RENT: Super nice
environment in house modular home in
Fenced back yard. country. MUST SEE i
$650 deposeth No pets. $650 month,
Phone (850) 623-5481 $500 dep. 626-7595 Vu
No HUD or572-7837 Ft. Walton
Jay/Milton/Pace 602 Mooney Rd
Renals bed- 602 Mooney Rd
rooms. $400-$650 per Beautiful brick 3 br, 2
Miltonroos.265 per b 2cg. Close to
3/2 RANCH month.Sectio 98/Hud ac- bes on quiet
3/2RANCH cetd Call 99-700e o uethl
Chantilly Circle acre corner lot. Built in
Very clean. No pets. Milton 1994, kitchen recently
Fenced back yard. Avail- 3 bedroom, 2 bath. updated with stainless
able 1/1/09. $1,000 New paint throughout. steel appliances, corner
month, $1,000. dep. Private. $550 rent, $500 FP w/all brick hearth,
850-626-4783 damage deposit. Don vaulted ceilings, fresh
Cumbie Realty 626-8959 paint, security system,
Milton updated electronic irri-
Milton 3/1 with back porch gation, large screened
6332 Greenwood Dr and yard. $425 month porch under roof, chain
3 bedrooms, 2 baths plus security deposit. link back yard perfect
with 2 car garage on 324-2097 for pets. $299,000.
1 acre. F/F CH & A. Milton -Call 850 226-6754
$800 dep., $995 rent. MOBILE HOMES FOR
(neg.) 623-3339 RENT. Between $300 & Milton
$400 a month.368-7506 Nice, 3/1. Interior
Milton or 983-7259 completely remodeled.
FOR RENT Milton Brick and vinyl. New
3/1-Electric, carpet, OQuiet Clean Park roofkand largefenced
fenced, large workshop Rent includes water, gar- back yard. Located at
with electric. $800 bage and lawn service. MUST7r SEE TOive
month/$800 dep. Close No Pets. APPRECIATE $79 900
to Whiting, Interstate and 2/2 for $450/month. 3 582 9T82E.79,900 2
Shopping. 6241 Glen- 2/2 for $350/month 6235828.9828912
wood Drive. Call 698-4582
850-291-0385 Mobile home camper.
Sleeps 6 this camper is 0fl
set up similar to studio OAt
mMunson i apartment on private lot
2BR brick home in with shed. All utilities Navarre ~
quiet country Munson paid. $450 month, no se- N -
area. New appliances. curity deposit. 776-1180 2 story, 4 br, 2/2 ba,
Water & trash included. 2150sf home on large
No pets. Non-smoking MOBILE HOME RENTAL. natural lot. 9 ceilings,
environment. $625 plus 2/1 in quiet park. Sewer
deposit. 9572205 and garbage included, separate living & dining
deposit. 3957-22065 plus de- rooms, eat-in kitchen. Lg.
posit. 626-1552 whirlpool tub and sepa-
North Milton N. Milton --- rate shower in master
House for rent. 6843 2 bed/ bath Beautiful, twa-
Chuckwagon Lane. 14 X 60. 6549 Stanley terfront neighborhood.
3 bed, 1.5 bath. Total Circle. Private lot. Priced to sell at the re-
electric. $750 month, No pets. $500 month, duced price of $260K..
$300 dep. Baycrest Re- $250 deposit. Baycrest Call 850 261-0322, or
alty 994-7918 Realty 994-7918 685-8048 leave msg.


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Will trade, exchange or
sell almost 1/2 acre with
12x65 mobile home with septic
tank, power pole and water me-
ter in East Milton for you to
bWild a deck, sUnrooni, carport
and other items for io on an-
other piece ol property Tracto.
exchange or sale value
$39,000 Call 179-9252


8110

CASH PAID
lor junk cars or trucks.
Running or not.
Call 983 9527
or 723 5048


AUTOMOTIVE, MARINE
RECREATIONAL
0100 Antiquie & Collectibliess
8110 cars
8120 Sports utility Vehicles
8130 Tracks
8140 -Vans
8150 Commercial
816 Molorcycles
8170 Auto Parts
& Accessories
8210 -Boats
8220 Personal watercraft
8230 Sailboats
8240 Boat & Marine
Supplies
8245 Boat Slips & Docks
8310 Aircralt/Aviation
8320 ATV/Off Road Vehicles
8330 campers & Trailers
8340 Molorhomes


2000 MERCURY
Grand Marquis LS,
66,000 miles. New tires
& brakes. Very clean.
One owner. $7,500.
Call (850) 623-3082


Mazda Miata
MX5 2006
29K Mi., Factory war-
ranty, auto. Appear-
ance pkg, 6 disc CD,
17" wheels, power
windows/locks. Many
upgrades, $17,500
Call 934-5610


Al rik 00 Cmpet 104 s. t.to2,95sqft


I Will build on Slab or Piers
Area's largest
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A sample of our homes...


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Chadwick
Stratford
Norwood
Mayfair
Hampton
York


So ft Price


'60,900
s64,600
'69,500
$74,500
175,200
78,700
t85 200


Sq ft Price
Lexington 1812 190,400
Pinebrook 1833 1102,200
Townsen 1691 193,100
Fleetwood 1949 196,800
Executive 2215 s112,900
Regency 2495 1136,900
2& 3 BDR Duplex's available


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leather, moon
roof, loaded,
27k orig miles,
one owner,
local car. $7,500
850-529-8366


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07 Dodge Caliber
SXT 32K ......... 10,988

08 Pontiac G6 GT Sedan 5k
Like New Must See .$16,988
01 Ford Cargo Van
Ready To Work ........ 3,995

01 Chevy 1500 Work Truck
Auto A/C . . . . .$3,995
06 Ford F350 Lariat Crew Cab Diesel
4x4 Dually Loaded .. .$19,988
05 Dodge Durango
Leather Loaded . .10,988
08 Pontiac G6
GT 4 door 33k ..... 12,988
06 Ford F250 Lariat
Crew Cab Diesel 56k .$19,988
01 Lexus RX300
4 dr Utility Loaded & Clean*l 2,500
02 Nissan Xterra SE
Leather Clean . .... . 7,988
01 Dodge Ext Cab Dully
Diesel 6 sp Clean . .10,988
01 Chev 2500 Ext Cab
Duramax Diesel 4WD LS Pkg
Extra Clean . . .15,988
04 Chev Avalanche 4x4
Sun Roof Leather Loaded .$15,988
06 Honda Accord
4 Door Sharp ..... 12,988
05 Chev Malibu
43k Black Sharp .. .8,988





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850-477-3860

6511 North W Street
at Marcus Point
Pensacola, FL


ONLYFOURTEEN 7120
PAYMENTS LEFT. Miltn
Make one and move in. Commercial build-
850-682-3344 ings on Stewart
Street. 5 offices, recep-
Own your own land lion area and receptionist
or have family land? area. $900 month.
Call Clayton Homes, 0% 623 3300
down, all credit OK.
850-682 3344


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Mercedes C230
Kom pressor
Even though I really
like this car, I need
to sell it quickly!
AT, 4 cyl supercharged,
moon roof, 51,700 mi.,
6 disc CD, Bose Premium
Sounds. Loaded! Garage
kept. Still under full Mer-
cedes warr. til Jan. 9th
(other manufacturer war
ranties are longer). Will
sacrifice at $17,800.
850 502-6094.
Police Impounds for
Sale! 95 Honda Civic
$600! 94 VW Jetta
$500!! For listings call
(800)366-9813 Ext
9271.




Jeep Rubicon
2006
6 speed manual, 29K mi,
ext war, CD changer, sat-
ellite radio, white w/ blk
soft top (619) 204-1406


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2009 Yamaha
Silverado
Jet Black, With saddle
bags, windshield,
toe and heel shifter,
motorguard. 203 miles.
$6,800
Call 850-602-0080




2005,18.ft Sundance
& Trailer. 90 HR rarely
used. $13,000.
623-8696


|8330.
2006 Sunsetcreek
travel trailer. 27.9 foot.
Large bathroom. Front
bedroom. Lots of storage.
1 slide. Barely used.
$12,000. Call for ap-
pointment 983-9175
leave message.


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OUtle Pace Location Only
4025 Hwy 90
We Sell at Our Cost Plus a 10% Surcharge Added at the Register


Bistro Sliced
Land 0' Frost
Black Forrest
Ham or
Appiewood
Turkey

S6 oz

Florida Sweet
Juicy Navel
Oranges
398
8 Ib bag


Green Giant
Large Cello
Celery

681'


Oven Fresh
Brown 'N
Serve Rolls

791.


Martha White
Flour
955b
I 51b


Hot or Mild
Tennessee
Pride Roll
Sausage
192
16 oz

Family Size
Bob Evans
Mashed Potatoes
or Macaroni &
Cheese
29832 oz
& 32 oz


Shurfine
Jellied
Cranberry
Sauce

7116.oz


Domino
Powdered
Sugar

6241o
1l6os


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Cost includes freight, fee, and any associated expenses.


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Whole
Boston Butt
Pork Roast

874


15-18 lb
DL Lee
Whole
Smoked Ham


Cooks
Shank Portion
Hams
I 15
lb


Angus Select
Boneless
Chuck Roast


Tray Pack
Boneless
Chicken
Breast


Beef, Turkey or Polish
Hillshire Farm
Smoked
Suasage


16 oz


Armour
Appetizer
BBQ or Teriyaki
Meatballs
428
35 oz bag


Tennessee
Pride Sausage
Biscuits
488
10 pk


U.S. #1
New Crop
Mississippi
Sweet Potatoes


California
Sweet Peeled
Baby Carrots

97,1-lb bag


12-12 oz
Faygo
Drinks

223


Turkey
Roasting
Pan

72'


Allen Italian
Green
Beans


28 oz


Bruce
Cut Yams
1 13
28 oz


Liberty Gold
Pineapple
646 '
soz


Shurfine
Chicken
Broth

1 4.
14.5 oz


Pictweet Gold
or White
Cream Corn
14
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Open Kettle
Dumplings


24 pk 12 oz
Miller Lite
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