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JENI SENTERI Press Gazette
On Friday, all of the Pre-K programs in the Santa Rosa County District Schools joined for the
annual Turkey Trot at T.R. Jackson Pre-K in Milton. Many members of the local community
participated including the Milton Police Department, Santa Rosa County Sheriff's Department,
Milton Fire Department, Florida Highway Patrol, University of West Florida marine biology
graduate students, Tuffy, and many other school employees and volunteers. This group of children
performed a skit about the alphabet and Thanksgiving.


Santa Rosa County Crime
Stoppers is offering a reward
of up to $1000.00 in addition to
the reward offered by Arson
Alert for information leading
to the arrest and conviction
of an arsonist starting fires
on Blackwater River State
Forest, Florida's largest state
forest.
The fires have been delib-
erately set near Hwy. 4 on the
west side of Blackwater Riv-
er State Forest in the Mun-
son Community in northern
Santa Rosa County.
According to Ben Wolcott,
Operations Administrator
for Blackwater District, "Dry
conditions in the district and
fire weather forecasts make
it imperative for us to find the
person responsible for these
fires, which have destroyed
over 100 acres." In addition
to the potential threat to life


and property these fires pose,
they also risk utilizing valu-
able resources, making fire-
fighters less able to respond
to other wildfires as quickly.
So far in 2008, 38 incendi-
ary fires have consumed over
1,154 acres in the tri-county
area.
Arson is a felony, punish-
able by five years in jail and/
or a $5,000 fine. Additionally
those responsible for starting
wildfires may also be held li-
able for the cost of suppress-
ing the fire and damage to
property or persons as a re-
sult of the fire.
Any suspicious activity
in the effected area should
be reported to Santa Rosa
County Crime Stoppers at
437-STOP or online at www.
srccs.com. You can remain
100% anonymous without
fear of retaliation.


Bay Area Food


Bank lends a hand


By JENI BOOKER SENTER
jsenter@srepressgazette.com

Thanksgiving is a joyous
time of year for most, a time
for family, friends, good food,
and a time to give thanks.
However, for many here in
Northwest Florida, their hol-
idays would not be as joyous
this year without a meal pro-
vided by the Bay Area Food
Bank.
On Thursday, from 8 a.m.
until noon, the Bay Area
Food Bank distributed ap-
proximately 450 turkeys
along with a box of food use-
ful for preparing a Thanks-
giving dinner to more than
60 agencies (pantries, soup
kitchens, shelters, church-
es... etc) in Florida that will


distribute the food to Florida
residents to make their holi-
days a little brighter.
According to Develop-
ment and Communications
Coordinator for Bay Area
Food Bank Paul Clements,
the 2008 holiday season is
shaping up to be the hard-
est to date for residents of
Northwest Florida and for
the Bay Area Food Bank.
"We have seen a 30 per-
cent increase in demand
as the unemployment rate
in the Pensacola area sky-
rocketed to 6 percent in Sep-
tember; a more than 2 point
increase from the same time
last year with no end in sight
as local businesses continue
to announce layoffs and clos-
ings," he says.


American Legion to provide

supplies to Veterans


Special to the Press Gazette
Attention veterans.
Milton American Le-
gion Post 78 will be dis-
tributing supplies for the
homeless and needy vet-
erans.
The distribution of
items such as sleeping
bags, heavy socks, gloves,
blankets, shirts, sweat-
ers, jackets, and warm


clothing will be today
from noon to 4 p.m. at the
Legion Hall located at
6025 Spikes Way
Distribution of these
items is through the ef-
forts of the EscaRosa Co-
alition for the Homeless
and Norman A. Garrett
American Legion Post
No. 78.
For more information,
call 623-5055


Medal of Honor Recipient Retires from Civilian Service


Army Veteran and Medal
of Honor recipient Leonard
B. Keller retired from Navy
Civilian Service on Nov. 21.
A ceremony for Keller
was held at Naval Air Station
Whiting Field's base audito-
rium.
Keller's duties as Navy
civilian employee have
made him a constant pres-
ence on the base for the past
several years. NAS Whiting


Jim Fletcher
Publisher
623-2120


Field will host the ceremony
to recognize his years of ci-
vilian service as well as his
decorated military career.
Pfc. Keller, who was later
promoted to Sgt., earned
the Medal of Honor during
combat operations in Viet-
nam, May 2, 1967 where he
and another soldier cleared
seven bunkers of enemy sol-
diers that were keeping his
platoon pinned down. The 2-


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man assault drove an enemy
platoon from a well prepared
position accounting for nu-
merous enemy casualties
and prevented any further
friendly casualties.
Keller received the award
from President Lyndon
Johnson.
Whiting Field will also set
aside a portion of the audito-
rium as a permanent display
of his heroism.


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a letter of
appreciation
from the base to
Leonard B. Keller
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Wednesday, November 26, 2008


Speak OUT


Thursday, 4:30 p.m.
The wcrd 'bigot' is much
in the Speak Out. What is a
bigot? This Yankee thought
it stood for "believers in
God's only truth."

Thursday, 3; 11 p.m.
Hi this is Raymond and
I would like to speak to my
best friend Dudley and tell
him that ignorance's best
friend is stupidity. Yes we did
help build Africa and South
America. We did a lot of min-
ing over there. Have you ever
heard of the blood diamonds
and yes we had something to
do with Africa, South Ameri-
ca and also what happened
all over the world. Thank
you my brother and have a
blessed day.

Wednesday, 10:29 p.m.
Yes, my name is Fred and
I just recently moved here.
It bothers me how people
are being so naive and igno-
rant when it comes to what
is being said in the Speak
Out. For more research you
will find the lies are just that.
And to attack president elect
Barack Obama is silly. For so
long we have had an ethnic
white true American in the
White House and look where
it has gotten us. Oh, and by
the way I am a Republican.

Wednesday, 4:35 p.m.
This is Bill and in today's
paper (Nov. 19) it talks about
the Electoral College. Mary
calls in and the Editor also
addressed it and neither one
spelled it correctly. There is
no "i" in it.
Editor's Note: Bill, do not
blame Mary. It was my fault
on both accounts. Thanks
for setting me straight.


Wednesday, 3:45 p.m.
Good afternoon this is
Katherine. Folks, united
we stand and divided we
fall. This is our country so
everyone should make an
effort to keep her clean and
make sure she is some-
thing we are proud of. Mur-
der is wrong by any name
or term you want to call it.
Unite now and be proud of
our nation no matter if you
are white, black, green,
or red. Folks, united we
stand, divided we fall. Let's
unite and take care of our
country and be proud of it.
Thank you.

Wednesday, 2:23 p.m.
This is Dudley. My mes-
sage is about the Editor's
note concerning the Elector-
al College. As I understand it
the Electoral College is the
same number as the num-
ber of senators and repre-
sentatives we have in the
U.S. legislature. California
has more electors because
they have more senators
and representatives.

Wednesday, 10:25 a.m.
Hello friends this is J.W
Congratulations and a pay
raise is in order for the Mil-
ton High football coaches for
such a fine season. I think
the record was 3-7. We re-
ally appreciate the effort put
forth. However 3-7 is a fine
record in this day and time
for this high school. Thank
you so much for letting me
speak.

Wednesday, on-line
First of all I just want to
say that I am very disap-
pointed with the Santa Rosa
Press Gazette, which seems
to pick out the comments


only of the most ignorant
people of the local area. My
response is to the most igno-
rant one of all, Wayne, from
Jay. First of all your points
are ridiculous. If gun sales
are up it is only because you
and people like you are rac-
ists, nothing else. This being
based off of your socialist
comments and reference
to Obama being "the first
and last black president."
Secondly, many Christians
did vote for Obama. Not be-
cause they are impostors
but only because they are
tired of the way things have
been run over the last 8
years. It is time where peo-
ple such as you are ignored
and no longer left to run the
country with your hypoc-
risy and ignorance. Most
of us are looking toward a
brighter future where equal-
ity and acceptance are what
matters most, not fear and
paranoia. And to those who
are constantly commenting
on gays and lesbians being
created by the devil, you
will be the ones who will be
dealing with the devil. You
all seem to preach Christi-
anity but all you preach is
hate and bigotry. You are no
different from the Bin Lad-
enis and Al-Zawahiri's of the
world, and worst of all you
give Christians a bad name.
I doubt anything I say will
change your small and help-
lessly closed minds but Ijust
had to get this off my chest.
I feel sorry for the bitter,
racist people of the world
who claim to be Christians.
Your God is not mine, stop
preaching hatred disguised
behind Christianity. Rose.
Editor's Note: Rose, we
runthecommentsthatweget.
There is no cherry picking of
the comments to see whom
we can offend. We leave it up


to the callers of the speak out
line to raise your awareness
of feelings in the community,
which can offend you or be
something you might agree
with. But the ultimate goal of
this line is to make you think
about the feelings ofthe com-
mnunity.

Tuesday, 12:18 p.m.
It is 11-18-08 around noon-
time and this is Paul. I was
replying to Mr. Billy Rogers'
comments on Wednesday at
3:53 p.m. Mr. Billy Rogers in
Blackwater as smart as you
are it should not take you
long to figure outit wasn't
a hound dog that put the
car parts on your road. But
someone's hound dog looks
to be the target of your an-
ger. And Billy, if you were
lost and hungry and found
my house I would not harm
you. I would feed you and
take care of you. God Bless
you and the lost dogs around
your house.

Monday, 8:41 a.m.
Yeah this is for Debbie
and her comments about the
Veterans Day parade and ev-
erything. Debbie lets look at
the FBA competitions. I have
gone to every one Pace and
Milton has been in this year.
Usually the finishing order is
Choctaw, Pace second, and
Milton is somewhere down
the line. So the kids at Pace
are doing something right
and should be commended
for it. They are getting supe-
riors as well. But there is al-
ways something better than
superior and I think the Pace
kids are better than superior

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


Commissioner Bronson files lawsuit


PRESS GAZETTE STAFF REPORT

TALLAHASSEE -- Flor-
ida Agriculture and Con-
sumer Services Commis-
sioner Charles H. Bronson
today announced that he has
taken legal action against a
Southwest Florida company
for violating Florida's "Do
Not Call" law.
A lawsuit filed in Sara-
sota County Circuit Court al-
leges that Affordable Group
Inc., of Sarasota, which


does business as Affordable
Group Heating and Cooling
Specialists, made at least
seven calls to Florida resi-
dents on the state's "Do Not
Call" list between July 2007
and earlier this year.
"This company has re-
peatedly called consumers
on the 'Do Not Call' list,
intruding on their privacy
despite the fact that the
citizens went to the effort
to get their phone numbers
placed on the list," Bronson
said. "The message is that


this activity will not be toler-
ated."
The legal action seeks an
injunctionprohibitingAfford-
able Group Inc. from making
any future calls to residents
on the list and fines of up to
$10,000 for each of the calls
it made to prohibited phone
numbers.
Bronson's department
has collected or obtained
judgments of more than $1.5
million against companies
that have called residents
on the list, and several such


legal actions are pending in
courts throughout the state.
The Commissioner en-
courages Floridians to join
the "Do Not Call" program,
which prohibits most com-
mercial telemarketers from
calling numbers on the list.
For more information about
the program, consumers
can call the department's
toll-free hotline at 1-800-
HELPFLA (1-800-435-7352)
or visit the Division of Con-
sumer Services web site at
http://www.800helpfla.com.


A Lionel Christmas' at the Railroad Museum


By JENI BOOKER SENTER
jsenter@srpressgazette.comn
On December 6th, 7th,
13th, and 14th the West
Florida Railroad Museum
will host "A Lionel Christ-
mas". We will be open from


10:00 a.m. until 3:00 p.m. and
as always admission is free.
We will have three different
scale model railroads oper-
ating as well as our large-
scale railroad for the chil-
dren to ride.
The Museum has 2 re-


stored cabooses and a re-
stored dining car that may
all be toured as well as
several other cars, build-
ings and artifacts, all this is
located at the Milton Depot
which celebrates it's 100th
anniversary next year.


The Museum is located
at 5003 Henry Street, Mil-
ton Fl 32570, for more in-
formation please feel free
to contact me at this email
address, or (850) 501-6249,
or visit the website at http://
wfrm.org.


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Wednesday, November 26, 2008


UWF receives $30,000


for scholarships


By JENI BOOKER SENTER
jsenter@(asrprcssg;i>zette.t'con
According to a news
release issued on Mon-
day, the University of West
Florida Foundation has
received $30,000 from the
Johnson Scholarship Foun-
dation. The grant, part of
a five-year $700,000 chal-
lenge grant to UWF from
the Johnson Scholarship
Foundation, will provide
scholarship support to first-
generation students attend-
ing UWE The $30,000 grant
will be matched dollar-for-
dollar through the State of
Florida's First Generation
Matching Grant program
for state universities.
"By helping UWF to raise
money for permanent schol-
arship endowments, we are
sowing seeds for the educa-
tion of future generations of
students in financial need,"
said Malcolm Macleod, pres-
ident/chief executive officer
of the Johnson Scholarship
Foundation. "This education
will empower them to get
better jobs, to become more
independent and to enjoy a
better quality of life. Educa-
tion of future generations will
also move us towards a more
just and productive society."
The Johnson Scholarship
Foundation is a private phil-
anthropic foundation based
in West Palm Beach. The
mission of the foundation is to
assist disadvantaged people
to obtain education, believ-
ing that education can em-
power disadvantaged people
to improve their economic
circumstances and quality of
life. The foundation operates


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are sowing seeds
for the education
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ofstudents in
financial need."

Malcolm Macleod
president/CEO of the Johnson
Scholarship Foudnotion
a number of core programs,
which were established by
its founder, and supports the
education of disabled, eco-
nomically disadvantaged and
American Indian students.
For more information or
to contribute to the first-gen-
eration scholarship program,
contact Dean Van Galen, vice
president for University Ad-
vancement, at (850) 474-3306.
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'Turkey in the Hole' at E-Ma-Chamee


By JENI BOOKER SENTER
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Eight truckloads of
coarsely chopped wood.
One 20-feet by six-feet
hole in the ground. Eight
rolls of aluminum foil.
Wire. Ice cubes. Butter.
And 20 12-pound turkeys.
Those are just some of the
ingredients that the 50 at-
risk youth at E-Ma-Cha-
mee will be using to cook
their perfect Thanksgiv-
ing turkey dinner called
'Turkey in the Hole.'
It is a recipe that has
been perfected since 1968
when Eckerd Youth Alter-
natives opened its first
outdoor therapeutic pro-
gram in Florida.
To prepare the tur-
keys, 20 12-pounders will
be carefully seasoned and
stuffed with ice. Yes, ice. It
keeps the moisture in dur-
ing the roasting. The birds
are then thickly wrapped
in foil and tied with wire
coat hangers, which will
be invaluable in pulling
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All the youth and their
counselors will assemble
around the pit, which will
be filled with wood. The fire
will be lit and each camper
will toss in a branch and
says what he or she is
thankful for on this special
day. Most are thankful for
the opportunity Eckerd
provides them for a chance
at a better, more productive
life.
The fire will blaze
through the night, watched
by select groups of camp-
ers who earned the honor of
tending the Turkey-in-the-
Hole pits. By morning, only
glowing coals will remain
and the turkeys are care-
fully placed on the hot em-
bers. More coals are placed
on the birds and then dirt
is shoveled over the pit, en-
capsulating the heat. Then
the waiting begins.
In about eight hours,


the dirt cover is removed
and the hunt for the coat
hangers begins, as they
serve as the tell-tales for
the roasted birds. Once all
are recovered, the feasting
begins. Members of the lo-
cal community surround-
ing our programs and
camp alumni are invited,
songs are sung, juicy tur-
key and all the trimmings
are shared.
Before this special eve-
ning is over, each camper
will again share reasons
to be thankful, continuing
the special Eckerd Youth
Alternatives' tradition,
which has touched nearly
100,000 youth over the past
40 years.
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300 kid-tested recipes from
EYA staff and friends, is
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OUR VIEW


Tough times,


but lots of


thanks to give

The holidays are upon us and despite the state of
the economy, there are still many things for which
we should be thankful. To that end, we will take the
opportunity to bring some of these items to light.
First, we should be very thankful we are still
here. With our economy resembling a snowball
headed for hell, this is a big one. Our nation's fi-
nancial base seems like it could, at any minute, fold
under the gale force pressures it is facing. We are
still here and almost all of us have a roof over our
heads and a bed to sleep in.
Next, we should be thankful no one has been in-
jured trying to walk around here. Despite one of the
first things we were taught in drivers ed, drivers
don't seem to know those on foot always have the
right of way. As a result, pedestrians in Santa Rosa
County appear to walk at their own risk. And it is
not just the motorists who endanger those choos-
ing to walk from place to place. Walkers also have
to deal with bicycles and, even skateboarders.
We can imagine this ordeal can make someone
pretty bitter, but not nearly as bad as some of our
readers in the paper.
Our Speak Out lines have lit up since the elec-
tion.
Barack Obama has not even taken office and the
complaints and comments have been flowing non-
stop.
Was candidate Obama the best choice for presi-
dent, who knows?
Does it matter? The public has made its chose
for President of the United States.
Besides, while the President leads the direction,
it is the Senate and House of Representatives ap-
prove spending bills and pass laws. Yet the only
person of interest seems to be the President.
Those who have jobs should be thankful they
have them. Yes, companies are asking workers to
do more and more with less and less, but at least
those folks still have jobs. Those that do, should be
thankful.
We can be thankful gasoline is now less than half
what it was just a few short months ago.
We should be thankful we have covered eight
years without another terrorist attack on our soil.
A nod of thanks shouldbe given to those in
the military who, on this holiday, will be far from
home.
While we're thanking people, let's not forget the
firefighters and law enforcement officers who will
be on the job while we sit around our Thanksgiv-
ing table. To them, it will be just another day on
the job, yet it is their sacrifice that will allows us
to watch the games and parades without fear of
crime.
The same level of thanks must be given to those
who work in the healthcare profession...giving their
holiday so those in hospitals can still receive care.
There are a host of others who must work on this
holiday who, in some small way, allow the gears of
our economy to continue to turn while we feast.
They each deserve our thanks.
Finally, we want to take this space to thank you,
our loyal readers. You've made the decision to stick
with us during tough economic times. We appreci-
ate this and vow to continue bringing you the news.
We can't thank you enough and, rest assured, you'll
all be in our prayers as we sit around our Thanks-
giving tables.
For more than 100 years, we've made our mark
as your hometown paper. It's a responsibility we
take seriously.
From all of us here at the paper, to everyone of
you and your families...Happy Thanksgiving....and
go easy on the turkey.



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Thanks

We would like to thank the
following businesses for their
support of our school's Fall
Festival food booth on Oct. 24.
Thanks to Circle W Quality
Meats, Winn Dixie (Milton),
and Publix.
Their donations enabled
us to raise extra funds for our
classrooms to provide addi-
tional learning resources for
our students.
We appreciate the support
of such community members
for our school activities.
Thank you very much.

MRS. SHELIA BOZEMAN
MRS. KATHLEEN CROSSWELL
MRS. ROSALYNDA
CRUTCHFIELD
MS. BETTE ROBINSON
Kindergarten Teachers
W.H. Rhodes Elementary

Morals need
to be taught

We hear on every side,
now-a-days astonishment ex-
pressed at the number and
frequency of the crime com-
mitted in the moral U.S.; and
great numbers now seem to
be really losing that self-com-
placency ordinarily so appar-
ent among us concerning ev-


erything American.
Our system of education
is a fractional one. We do not
take into account the neces-
sity of cultivating alike all the
faculties of the body mind,
and heart, but we select one
or two, and spend all our ener-
gies upon those. Some forefa-
thers early turned their atten-
tion to two things intellectual
and religious culture.
I am ready to admit, that
in the family, in the church, in
the school, and every where,
there has been a becoming de-
sire on the part of every one to
have the young grow up alive
to the importance of correct
moral deportment, and that in
all those places the children
have been admonished daily
not to lie, not to steal, not to do
any wrong thing. But, what I
mean to say is this, that in all
our history there has been no
public or even private instruc-
tion, cultivation, teaching of
morals in the fair, reasonable
sense of the word.
There has been no teach-
ing of morals as a science. We
are a nation of people wholly
undisciplined in ethics. If any-
one has any doubt of that posi-
tion, let him or her attempt to
call to mind, if they can, where
in all our educational system,
past or present, our youth are
taught, trained, instructed,
and cultivated in morals, as
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religiously.
None of those branches of
study that are to aid in obtain-
ing a livelihood, are treated as
we treat this branch, which
is to aid in developing, estab-
lishing, and sustaining a good
moral character.
There are fewer books on
it than on almost any other
subject that can be thought
of, however insignificant. It is
in view of the energy of our in-
tellectual educational system
over that of most other coun-
tries, that I fancy that I see our
country making hitherto un-
heard of strides in immorality
and crime, unless we link with
it public moral instruction in
our schools, one and all.
RAYMOND JOHNS
Milton, Fla.

Heartfelt Thanks

During this Thanksgiving
Season, we want to express
our heartfelt gratitude to all
of the caring folks who held us
in their thoughts and prayers
after the loss of our beloved
husband and father, Clarence
Le'ROY' Harscher We will al-
ways be thankful for every day
we were blessed with Roy's
love, devotion, personality,
and sense of humor
We have been over-
whelmed by the outpouring


of kindness and concern from
this wonderful community. It
has been a tremendous hon-
or to Roy's memory. Dear
friends and extended family
members have been here to
give a hug, listen, and sustain
us with their love and com-
passion. Pastors and mem-
bers of several area churches
have prayed, given comfort,
and let us know we were not
alone. Milton High School
principal, staff, teachers, foot-
ball and baseball team and
coaches, and Close Up group
have helped us find strength
through their support and
concern. We also owe thanks
to all of the dedicated medical
professionals who tended to
Roy with such kindness dur-
ing his illness.
We want you all to knIow
we will be eternally grateful
for the thoughtful compassion
we received. Your friendship,
flowers, meals, cards, letters,
phone calls, visits, prayers,
and other acts of kindness will
never be forgotten. We are
extremely proud to be part of
such an amazing community.
God bless you all!
Psalm 107:1 Give thanks
to the Lord, for He is good; His
love endures forever.
With love and apprecia-
tion.
ROY HARSCHER'S FAMILY
Milton, Fla.


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November product RECALLS


ByJENI BOOKERSENTER
jsenIter('srpressgaI7ze.tt e.COmIII
As a service to Santa RIosa
County residents, the Press \
Gazette will begin listing
product recalls on a monthly
basis. Following is a list of
products recalled throughout
the month of November For
more information on product
recalls, visit www.pueblo.gsa.
gov.
Children's Products
*Children's Hooded Jack-
ets with Drawstrings Re-
called by R&D International
Due to Strangulation Hazard
- November 19,2008
The jackets have draw-
strings through the hood and
at the waist. Children can get
entangled in the drawstrings
that can catch on playground
equipment, fences or tree
branches. In February 1996,
CPSC issued guidelines to
help prevent children from
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tangled on the neck and
waist drawstring in upper
garments, such as jackets
and sweatshirts. From 19!85
through June 2008, CPSC
received reports of 27 deaths
and 70 non-fatal incidents
involving the entanglement
of children's clothing draw-
strings. The cotton knit and
woven hooded jackets have a
drawstring through the hood
and waist. They were sold in
sizes 12 months through size
10 in a variety of solid colors
and prints. 'Young Colors" is
sewn into the jacket tag lo-
cated at the neck.
*Target Recalls Dive
Sticks Due to Impalement
Hazard November 19,2008
The recalled dive sticks
could remain in an upright po-
sition, posing an impalement
hazard to young children.
CPSC banned pre-weighted
dive sticks in 2001. The re-
called dive sticks were sold in
a bundle of three in multiple


colors: light blue, aqua green,
fluorescent yellow, royal blue,
and red. The tag accompany-
ing the dive sticks contains:
"Dive Toys" or "Diving Game"
and has a white small parts
warning label in the upper
right hand corner. The words
"Made in China" are printed in
the lower right hand corner
*JA- RU Recalls Toy
Trains Due To Choking Haz-
ard November 13,2008
The recalled toy contains
small parts that can detach,
posing a choking hazard to
young children. My Little
Train Classics wooden toy
trains are available in two
styles. One, with a yellow cab,
blue body and six red wheels
and the other with a blue cab,
red boiler, wooden base and
four black wheels. The item
#5293 is the same for both
styles and is located in the
lower left hand corner on the
front of the package.
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*Claire's Recalls Chil-
dren's Metal Necklaces Due
to Risk of Lead Exposure -
November 05,2008
The recalled necklaces
contain high levels of lead.
Lead is toxic if ingested by
young children and can cause
adverse health effects. This
recall involves a set of two
necklaces that have a sil-


ver-colored metal bead type
chain and a lobster-claw
clasp. One of the necklaces
has a single, metal pendant
with the word "Best" attached
to a black, yin metal pendant.
The other necklace has the
word "Friends" attached to a
white, yang metal pendant.
*Toy Xylophones Recalled
by King Import Warehouse
Due to Violation of Lead
Paint Standard November
04,2008
Surface paint on the toy
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levels of lead, violating the fed-
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xylophone with item number
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measures about 12 inches
long by 5 inches wide. It has
a lavender frame, a lavender
mallet, and four bars which
are orange, yellow, green, and
white. The item number can
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JIM FLETCHER

Press Gazette Publisher Jitm Fletcher is a
good example of what can be accomplished by an
individual who applies himself in the American
Free Enterprise system. Arriving in Milton in
4 1986. Jim took a job as a beat reporter with the
Press Gazette and during the following 23 years
explored every facet of the businesses' editorial
department from bottom to top.
S- Jim worked in almost every capacity during
Shis tenure in the editorial department, rising from
reporter to Assistant Editor. Editor. Assistant
Publisher. Interim Publisher, and finally to the
/ Publisher's desk. With the exception of a year
S spent with a Crestview weekly. Jim has devoted
hIis entire career here with this newspaper, serving
under two publishers before his appointment as a
Freedom Publisher in December of 2007.
Trained in journalism, mass communications,
and world literature at Western Kentucky
Jim Fletcuher University, Jim spent more than a decade in radio
and television in Kentucky before coming to
Milton, so thle career hlie later foraged here was not wholly foreign to him. Along the way
Jim filled in as the resident systems analyst guiding the Press Gazette through some of its
growing pains encountered adapting to the computer age and the resulting changes which
it brought about in newspaper editing and production.
As lie worked his way up through the editorial department, Jim says hlie was more
exposed to the elements that affected both short term and long production and circulation
situations. Some of his most stressful days over the years were the decisions that had to be
made through the hurricanes of 2004 and 2005 and how to deal with printing and circula-
tion problems.
But the most remarkable and momentous changes he has been forced to address, and
also perhaps the most important, have been the transition from street circulation to the
Internet and how the Internet has redefined the circulation process. It has allowed the
newspaper, in effect. to access and enjoy the same level of media exposure as radio and
television.
Jim has handled his jobs. all of them. with honor and integrity, characteristics which
more than any other factors have propelled him to his present position. We salute him for
his dedication, fair play, and commitment to excellence! Thank you, Jim, for doing more
than what was expected of you, and doing it exceedingly well!



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The Chumuckla Redneck Christmas Parade is one of the largest attended parades in
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popular parade to talk about for its fun loving and colorful nature.


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B2 | Santa Rosa Press Gazette


Wednesday, November 26, 2008


Community


www.srpressgazette.com

FIRST PUBLIC HEARING NOTICE
Santa Rosa County is considenng applying to the Florida Department of Community
4n ii i ..1 a FY 2008 Small Cities Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) of utip to
$750000.00. These funds must be used for one of the following purposes:
1. To benefit low and moderate income persons: or
2. To aid in the prevention or elimination of slumnis or blight: or
3. To meet other community development needs having a particular urgency because
existing conditions pose a serious and immediate threat to the health or welfare of the
community and where other financial resources are not available to meet such needs.
The categories for which these funds may be used are in the areas of housing or neighborhood
revitalization, commercial revitalization, and economic development and include a variety of activ-
ities including:
Housing & Neighborhood Revitalization: housing rehabilitation, demolition of dilapidated housing
and relocation of residents, weatherization and energy- efficiency improvements, code enforce-
ment, land assembly or site preparation for new construction, physical improvements activities
such as water and sewer improvements, street improvements, drainage and neighborhood facili-
ties.
Commercial Revitalization: rehabilitation and demolition of dilapidated buildings, relocation of resi-
dents. physical improvement activities such as water and sewer improvements, street improve-
ments. drainage and neighborhood facilities.
Economic Development: infrastructure improvements, acquisition of real property loans to private-
for-profit business, purchase of machinery and equipment or energy conservation.
For each activity that is proposed, at least 70% of the funds must benefit low and moderate
income persons.
In developing an application for submission to DCA, Santa Rosa County must plan to mini-
mize displacement of persons as a result of planned CDBG activities. In addition, Santa Rosa
County is required to develop a plan to assist displaced persons.
The public hearing to receive citizen views concerning the community's housing and com-
munity development needs will be held in the County Commission Meeting Room, 6495 Caroline
Street, Milton, Florida on Monday, December 1,2008 at 1:00 P.M. To obtain additional informa-
tion concerning the public hearing, contact Kathy Jordan at (850) 983-1855. The Public Hearing
is being conducted in a handicapped accessible location. Any handicapped person requiring ani
interpreter for the hearing impaired or visually impaired should contact Kathy Jordan by
November 26. 2008, and an interpreter will be provided. Any non-English speaking person wish-
ing to attend the public hearing should contact Kathy Jordan by November 26, 2008 and a lan-
guage interpreter will be provided. To access a Telecommunications Device for Deal Persons
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Although Thanksgiving
is not quite here yet, a num-
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have been planned.
The following Christmas
events are set for the up-
coming weeks:
Pictures with Santa
Pictures will be at the
Santa Rosa Board of Real-
tors from 1-5 p.m. Dec. 5 and
9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Dec. 6.
Family or pet poses can


be taken. Photo opportunity
includes three shots on CD
for $20 with holiday setting.
Call 623-5309 for appoint-
ment. The Santa Rosa Board
of Realtors is located at 5373
Stewart St. in Milton.
Share a story
Presented by Panhandle
Community Theatre
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10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Dec. 6 at
chamber offices, 5247 Stew-
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Chamber members are
invited to participate as ven-
dors to sell their products/
services to area holiday shop-
pers. There is no charge to
set up. Space is available on
a first-come, first-served ba-
sis as space is limited. Each
participant will be provided
space for one six-foot table
(must bring own table). To
register, contact the cham-
ber at 623-2339.
Milton Christmas Pa-
rade
6:30 p.m. Dec. 6
Christmas Parade route:
King Middle School to Elva
Street. More information
and a registration form are
available on the "News and
Events" page of Santa Rosa
Chamber of Commerce Web
site at www.srcchamber.com
Blackwater Heritage
Christmas Tour of Homes
"Those Were the Days"
2-4:30 p.m. and 6-8:30 p.m.
Dec. 6
Tour begins at Bagdad
Elementary School, 4512
Forsyth St. Cost: $20 advance
(children 12 and under $10),
$25 day of event. Go to the
"News and Events" page of
the Chamber of Commerce
Web site at www.srcchamber.
corn for more information,
or contact Pat D'Asaro, 623-
8493, or Robyn Baker, 554-
4669.
Holiday Lighted Boat
Parade and Blessing of the
Fleet
6:30 p.m. Dec. 13
Boat Parade route: South
end of Riverwalk (between
U.S. 90 bridge and rail-
road trestle). Prizes will be
awarded for first, second and
third place. Gumbo and hot
chocolate concessions will
be served. Registration fees
are $20, and all proceeds will
benefit Relay For Life.
Chumnuckla Redneck
Festival
All day Dec. 13-14 at Chu-
muckla Ballpark.
For more information,
contact Chumuckla Commu-
nity Center at 994-8811.
Chumuckla Redneck
Parade
2 p.m. Dec. 14
For parade entry forms,
go to wvww.chumucklaath-
leticsfl.comn. For more infor-
mation. contact Chumuckla
Community Center at 994-
8811.
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Wednesday, November 26, 2008


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Santa Rosa Press Gazette | B3


S.S. Dixon Intermediate School HONOR ROLL


Special to the Press Gazette

The following students
worked hard and attained
honor roll status for the first
nine weeks of the school year
2008-2009. Congratulations!

Third Grade -
A Honor Roll
Seanna Bonifay, River
Cody, Caitlyn Davis, Samuel
Faulkner, Gus Neal, Bennett
Shell, Lauren Sartin, Collin
Scott, Varon Raybon, Jack
Webb, Madison Carter, Evan
Castillo, Rianna Clifton,
Chase Gimlin, Victoria Kim-
ball, Savannah Whalen, Evan
Osburn, Tristan Johnson,
Joshua Robinson, AJ Rabi-
nowitz, Noelle Richardson,
Nicole Tislow, Alexis Van
Norman, Kaley Vandergriff,
Bailyn Webb, Zachary Stan-
ford, Anna-Grace Smith, Ja-
son Shank, Madeline Murray,
Rachel Hilliard, Taylor Heim,
Lauren Hackett, Brieana
Cassidy, Jacob Cason, Ca-
leb Bryant, Dalton Childs,
Drew Cornelius, Naylin
Fama, Gabby Groton, Macy
Knorr, Noah Needles, Ales-
sandra Ottley, Abigail Fuller,
Beth Firman, Jacob Hens-
ley, Daniel Johannemann,
Catherine Lambert, David
Slavik, Mark Farrow, Wolfie
Hickerson, Zachary How-
ell, Haley Kummer, Alyssa
LeMay, Gatlin Lowe, Lexi
Luker, Peter Russo, Matthew
Spada, Bryna Henderson,
Taylor Labertew, Haley Neal,
Makayla Riley, Leanne Van-
diver, Anna Whitfield, Jody
Prescott, Alexa Locasta, and
Ross Thurman.


A/B Honor Roll
Jacob Crow, Ericka
Karshna, Michelle Lee,
Joshua Limerick, Ronnie
Modglin, Tyler Nichols, Alex
Pippin, Preston Taylor, Ri-
ley Ward, Brandon Barnes,
Nicholas Freeland, Conner
Sparks, Jennifer Harper,
Sarah King, Tyler Lollie, Rio
Crimaudo, Spencer Lovett,
Taylor Walker, Katherine
Thomas, Victoria Anderson,
John Cooper, Tony Gerenc-
ser, Hunter Klemens, Patrick
Luciani, Briana Riley, Isabel
Garden, Marleigh Cobb, Is-
rael Ham, Cody Reese, Will
Stewart, Nicholas Wilson,
Ben Zimmerman, Nick He-
bert, Andrew Dunn, Haley
Cobb, Ethan Brosnaham,
Mackenzie Martin, Evan
Devane, Natalie Leanza, Se-
brina Mabire, Cody Mason,
Tristan Pace, Megan Turner,
Ashley Alford, Kylie Clapper,
Hannah Jordan, Nicholas
Pruse, Benjamin Quarles,
Anya Rieck, Brooke Size-
more, Alexander Smudde,
Corbin Allen, Macayla Bass,
James Bianca, Michael En-
nis, Sydnie High, Blake Tyler,
Yasmin DaSilva, Kaitlynn
Campbell, Tucker Campbell,
Aileen Dao, Jaslynn King,
Austin Nix, Carolyn Roberts,
Micah Spann, Olivia Starkie,
Andrew Strickland, Nathan-
iel Boltz, William Franklin,
Zachary Haines, Korey Hast-
ings, Janey Magnusen, Jor-
dan Mcgee, Morgan Pendy-
graft, Najee Robinson, Tom-
my Worrell, Laney Irwin, and
Joshua Zajac.


Fourth Grade -
A Honor Roll
Sean Considine, Emily
Fantana, Dylan Glass, Mor-
gan Helton, Kayley Hep-
worth, Brandon Jager, Jake
Nemith, JJ Lane, Jasmine
Penton, Alec LaDoucer, Pat-
rick Cahill Schad Markham,
Caitlin Sleeper, Tyler Thomp-
son, Matthew Harshany, Ju-
lianna Abrams, Anna Colley,
Blake DeCoux, Lydia Har-
ley, Haley Johnson, Amelia
Lacey, Lisa Liebens, Mallory
McKenna, Abby Pennington,
Trent Short, Daniel Van-
diver, Christia Victoriano,
Kyle Wood, Carley Woolfolk,
Donald Beckham, Laura
Green, Grayson Keller, An-
thony Marcantonio, Kaleigh
Mayne, Trent Moulder, Jai-
me Alexander, Avian Kerta-
,Yasa, Hannah Plum, Sarah


Sfanos, Erika Wilson, Jaxon
Adams, Kyra Anaruk, Emily
Clevelan, Spencer Hill, Hal-
ey Lassiter, Gabby Messe,
Nicholas Rowe, Jordan Vena,


Madison Ahl, Dan Erickson,
Keifer Fell, Lexi Ferro, Ha-
nah Groton, Connor Howton,
Jill Johnson, Katie McCall,
Courtney Metzger, Grace
Otero, Will Pendygraft, and
Anthony Shallow.

Fourth Grade -
A/B Honor Roll
Dylan Andrews, Nathan
Bansemer, Josh Lee, Stevie
Helderman, Nicholas Mont-
gomery, Jessica Morgan,
Alanna Straughn, Daniel
DeGraaf, Jayden Cerritos,
Jessica Cooper, Darcie How-
ard, Savanna Joseph, Cean-
na Martin, James Stephens,
Kalin Stockdale, Lucas
Ward, Suzanne Bajjaly, Na-
than Blumenstein, Michael
Denny, Destiny Jackson, Ja-
cob Lewis, Chase Macarthy,
Hunter Quebedeaux, Alyssa
Powell, Cassidy Smith, Alex-
is Sulzbach, Jessi Brown,
Jacob Cooper, Mason Duffy,
Sam Krossman, Ashton
Stephens, Heather Tyree,
Haley Wise, Isabella Bilton,
Nicholas Brandt, Macayla
Collingsworth, David Crow-
ell, Makenna Demmi, Corbin


Grant, Joseph Harrell, Zach-
ary McAlpin, Avery McCam-
mon, Joshua Raines, Andrew
Tubb, Madison Welch, Tate
Wheat, Michael Constantine,
Christian Early, Augie Lueb-
bers, Rebecca Philpot, Wes-
ley Ward, Stephanie Backes,
Andrew Colyer, Brayden
Forbes, Jordan Lally, Av-
ery Larson-Howie, Ryanne
Pluff, Shelby Rodgers, Shel-
by Sanders, Ashley Morris,
Hailey Brown, Joseph Daly,
Paxton Davis, Abbie Perritt,
Ashlyn Rawls, Maddie Row-
land, Madison Wilson, Bailey
Coe, Jordyn Lassiter, Ashley
Minnick, Caitlin Schroeder,
and Kyleigh Lacsamana.


Fifth Grade -
A Honor Roll
L.J. Ballast, Olivia Blue,
Claire Browning, Kim Clem-
ons, Zachary McPheeters,
Bryce Miller, Dallam Pet-
tus, Jerry Robinson, Eliza-
beth Watkins, Collin Car-
penter, Thevor Easley, Gar-
rett Johnson, Samantha
Kummer, Adam LaFlamme,
Emily Walker, Caroline Wil-
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New funeral home opens in Milton area


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Although National Cre-
mation & Burial Society is a
relatively new name in the
Milton area, the full service
funeral home has already
achieved a reputation of
excellence among those in-
dividuals and families who
are preparing final arrange-
ments.
Established in the facili-
ties of the former Donnie
Sowell Funeral Home locat-
ed at 5641 Highway 90 West,
National Cremation & Burial
Society began operations in
April of this year, presenting
a host of comprehensive fi-
nal arrangement services to
fit the needs of all at prices
within the reach of every
family And partly because of
its streamlined services and
multi-tasked administrative
professional staff, Milton's
National Cremation & Buri-
al Society is in a position to
offer complete funeral pack-
ages that are drawing con-
siderable interest.
"While our business
name may not immediately
and precisely indicate it,
we would like the public
to understand that we are
absolutely a full service Fu-
neral Home," said General
Manager Tom Cox. While in
America traditional funerals
are still the most common,
cremation is becoming more
accepted as a viable option
even though the process is
still unfamiliar and even a
little disconcerting.
While it is just that, an op-
tion, cremation is available
and may be discussed with
Family Services Counselor
Lorrie Douglas who is avail-
able at the National Crema-
tion & Burial Society offices
daily to help you explore all
options whether it is a full
service traditional funeral or
a cremation. If you've ever
wondered about the particu-
lars of cremation, you'll be


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Some of the competent and caring staff at Milton's National Cremation & Burial Society include, left to right,
Tom Cox, General Manager; Beverly Peaden; Family Services Counselor Lorrie Douglas; and Jeff Wilkinson,
Location Manager and Funeral Director.


relieved to learn that it's
a highly scientific process
carried out to exacting sci-
entific and governmental
standards. Mrs. Douglas
will guide you through the
pre-arrangement process
and help give you and your
family peace of mind in your
decisions.
Some of the services of-
fered by the staff at National
Cremation & Burial Society
are traditional while others
are unique. The physical
facilities of the chapel and
other amenities are con-
veniently and attractively
situated with the capa-
bilities of accommodating
three services simultane-
ously. Ample and comfort-
able room for guests is also
sufficient, but the staff has
expanded that to include a
more unique service. A spe-


cial spacious room has been
outfitted with tables and
chairs where friends and
relatives of the deceased
can assemble.
General Manager Tom
Cox explained that often
it is more convenient for
these groups to get together
in one centralized location
where it would also be more
convenient than gathering
in different places at a time
when togetherness is most
important. Not only facili-
ties for a wake, but the sup-
ply of food and other ameni-
ties can be handled by the
staff. When arrangements
are being made, that will be
a topic for consideration..
Tom says that the wish-
es of those being served
is also an important topic.
Facilities are available to
complete a program of re-


membrance which includes
many of the pictures and
activities that the deceased
might have enjoyed during
his or her lifetime. These
are some of the unique fea-
tures that are available to
families and kin to carry out
or emphasize the wishes of
those who have gone on.
You can rest assured
that from the moment you
call upon the assistance of
National Cremation & Buri-
al, Society everything will
be arranged in a competent
and thoughtful manner. Not
only will the staff bend over
backward to help you with
your selection but will help
you with other administra-
tive matters such as filing
your insurance needs.
The administrative man-
agement team which in-
cludes General Manager


Tom Cox; Location Man-
ager and FIuneral Direc-
tor Jeff Wilkinson; Family
Service Counselor Lorrie
Douglas; Office Manager
Beverly Peaden; and Mar-
keting Coordinator Steven
Randall, are caring people
with whom various service
procedures will be coordi-
nated. Each is personally
accommodating, courteous,
informed, and genuinely in-
volved in every phase of the
services that are provided.
The staff members have
built an enviable reputation
for the quality of their ser-
vices and the distinguished
manner in which their fu-
nerals are conducted.
National Cremation &
Burial Society takes pride
in its inexpensive offerings
also. Nowhere in this area
will those in need find a full


service funeral offered for
the price of $2995. And pay-
ment plans are available
with no interest up to 60
months (That's five years!)
Consider for a moment
what this offer includes. The
complete package allows for
the basic services of the Fu-
neral Director and his staff
along with the administra-
tive staff for coordinating
and directing the service.
It also includes the trans-
fer of the deceased from
place of death to the Funeral
Home (35 miles); embalming
and/or sanitary care of de-
ceased; dressing, casketing,
and cosmetic preparation of
deceased; use of facilities
for visitation (same day as
service); use of facilities for
the general service; funeral
vehicles (e.g.) hearse, ser-
vice vehicle, flower car; and
your choice of a Batesville 20
gauge steel casket: Star Sil-
ver or Star Copper (painted
exterior) with Ivory Taffeta
interior.
It is necessary to point
out, however, that this un-
heard of offer is connected
to new pre-need sales only.
With prices like this, no
wonder National Cremation
& Burial Society is turning
heads. Why, indeed, pay up
to 75% more. If you shop and
compare, you, too, will real-
ize the savings. Give them a
call at (850) 623-2205 if you
have any reservations or if
you wish more information.
Just remember, funerals
can be customized at Nation-
al Cremation & Burial Soci-
ety, and once you weigh the
pros and cons, you can have
either a traditional burial or
cremation. While the choice
is yours, the obligation to
make the most sensitive
time of need in your life less
stressful, lies squarely on
the management and staff of
National Cremation & Burial
Society.
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PUBLIC NOTICE
Pursuant to Florida Statutes 197.3632 (3)(a),
Santa Rosa County gives this notice that it
intends to utilize the uniform method of col-
lecting non-ad valorem assessments. Such
assessments may be made in any portion of
Santa Rosa County and may be utilized for
road paving or construction, road impact con-
struction, storm water improvements, fire
protection, sanitary sewer construction,
potable water, canal maintenance, street
lighting, fire hydrant installation, or any other
purpose authorized by law. A public hearing
to adopt a resolution authorizing the uniform
method of collecting non-ad valorem assess-
ments will be held on December 11, 2008, at
9:30 a.m., in the Santa Rosa County Admin-
istrative Center, Commissioners Meeting,
Room, 6495 Caroline Street, Milton, Florida. I


Rusty Whitfield was born
in Milton, Fla., and spent his
childhood fishing & playing
in the woods of Santa Rosa
County.
He suffered a near life
threatening injury while
playing baseball in Jackson-
ville, Fla. The doctors, not
realizing the extent of his in-
juries, bandaged him up and
told him he would be fine. As
the muscles in his chest be-
gan to heal, they constricted
his heart. It became difficult
for this once strong athlete to
complete even simple daily
tasks because his heart was
failing.
As a result he underwent
an extreme surgery, com-
pletely rebuilding his ster-
num. So Rusty understands
how important it is each day
to live life to its fullest, to lis-
ten to his heart and follow his


lighting downtown Milton
and the Blackwater River
and he will release his new
CD "Coming Home", re-
corded at FAME Studios in
Muscle Shoals Alabama.


ana viaeo premiere on Jec. D
at 8 p.m. at the Milton Com-
munity Center. Jourdan Pace
will be his opening act.
Tickets are $20 each and
all proceeds will benefit the
United Way of Santa Rosa
County and earmarked for
children's charities.
Tickets are available at
the following locations:
Copper'Possum Antiques
626-4426
Old Post Office Antiques
623-6245
Liberty Cafe
623-3331
Harrison Financial
623-3031
An after party will be
hosted at the Blackwater
Bistro in Downtown Milton.
For more information call
Kelly Harris at (850) 304-5602
or visit www.RustyWhitfield.
corn.


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Second annual holiday fire safety campaign to begin


PRESS GAZETTE STAFF REPORT

Santa Rosa County fire
departments are teaming up
for the second year with Es-
cambia County Fire-Rescue
and the City, of Pensacola to
promote fire safety during the
month of December. Titled
"Keep Your Holidays Bright"
in Santa Rosa and "Keep the
Wreath Green" in Escambia,
both counties hope to reduce
the number of fires during
a time of serious dangers
through life saving tips.
A lighting of the safety tree
donated by Lifeguard Ambu-
lance Service, Inc. will kick-off
Santa Rosa County's cam-
paign on Monday, December
1 at 3:30 p.m. in the main hall
of the administration building
located at 6495 Caroline Street
in Milton. As part of the kick-
off, a live tree will be ignited to
demonstrate how important


it is to check the water level
each day and show just how
dangerous a Christmas tree
fire in a home can be.
Santa Rosa's Keep Your
Holidays Bright campaign
will focus around a Christmas
tree decorated with electric
candles. Each time firefight-
ers respond to a working resi-
dential fire or large wildfire
causing fire damage, a candle
will be "extinguished" and re-
placed.
In addition, daily fire safety
tips will be released to remind
the public to be aware of fire
hazards during this joyful
time of year. Each fire depart-
ment in Santa Rosa County
including Allentown Volun-
teer Fire, Avalon Fire/Rescue,
Bagdad Volunteer Fire, Ber-
rydale Volunteer Fire, the City
of Milton Fire, East Milton
Fire and Rescue, Gulf Breeze
Volunteer Fire, Harold Volun-


teer Fire, Holley-Navarre Fire
District, Jay Volunteer Fire,
Midway Fire District, Munson
Volunteer Fire and Rescue,
Inc.; Navarre Beach Fire,
Pace Fire/Rescue District,
Skyline Fire and Rescue Dis-
trict, Division of Forestry, and
Lifeguard Ambulance Service
are working together promote
holiday safety.
According to the United
States Fire Administration,
fires occurring during the hol-
iday season claim the lives of
over 400 people, injure 1,650,
and cause over $990 million
in damage. During month of
December in 2007, firefighters
were dispatched to 28 residen-
tial fires and 24 large or un-
known outside fires in Satita
Rosa County Last year nine
candles were extinguished
on the safety campaign's tree
representing nine confirmed
working fires.


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Local Panhandle writers published online


PRESS GAZETTE STAFF REPORT
The Panhandle Writers Group in
Santa Rosa County challenges its writ-
ers to enter their stories in on-line and
print publications as much as possible
to gain publishing experience and to
build a writing resume. During the
month of November several members
followed this suggestion and have been
published on-line.
Tommie Lynn Blackburn, local au-
thor, has some of her Flash Fiction


stories at www.writeragalleryms.com.
Click on "E-zine Magazine" and read
Tommie's work which includes: The
Strange; Moonshine and Motor Oil;
Amazing Grace; Sweet Tea and Corn-
bread.
If you write flash fiction you can
send it to this website for consideration.
Deadline for submission of Flash Fic-
tion stories for December is November
25. Write a story for publication consid-
eration where you will be in a drawing
for a cash prize.
Judith Fawley, another PWG writer,


has a story, Sleeping Dogs Lie, pub-
lished on-line at writingcontest.thenov-
elette.com/judith-fawley. You can read
Judy's story and then vote for her.
Sally Melvin has written a funny
Thanksgiving story, Frantic Feathers
that will make the whole family chuck-
le. You can find it at writingcontest.the-
novelette.com/sylvia-melvin you can
also vote on Sally's story.
If you have any questions, please
contact Sharon Glass, Chairperson,
Panhandle Writers Group southernkit-
ty@bellsouth.net or call 994-7548.


Veterans Affairs NEWS


The Veterans Affairs Gulf
Coast Veterans Health Care
System hosted a ground-
breaking ceremony on No-
vember 14 to kick off 'Proj-
ect Acorn,' a "$310 million
project to consolidate the
Gulfport and Biloxi facilities
and modernize the Biloxi
campus."
Sub-projects will include
construction of the first VA
community living center
of its kind in the country,
a mental health facility, a
blind rehabilitation facility
and several other smaller
projects.


Construction "work on
the first phase of Project
Acorn, as it is known lo-
cally, actually began several
weeks ago, but the official
ceremony was postponed
while VA officials worked to
coordinate the schedules of
the proposed speakers."
This surge of improve-
ments and growth will
vastly increase the quality
of and access to care within
the Gulf Coast system.
Hope for Homeowners:
On October 1, 2008 the
Bush administration un-
veiled additional mortgage


assistance for homeowners
at risk of foreclosure. HOPE
for Homeowners is a pro-
gram which will refinance
mortgages for borrowers
who are having difficulty
making their payments,
but can afford a new loan
insured by HUD's Federal
Housing Administration
(FHA).
For more information
call 1 (800) 225 534 or visit
this link of The U.S. Depart-
ment of Housing and Urban
Development for more in-
formation: http://www.hud.
gov/


Keep in mind that de-
pending on a veteran's cir-
cumstances, VA may be able
intercede with the borrower
on the veteran's behalf to
pursue options such as
repayment plans, forbear-
ance, and loan modifications
- that would allow a veteran
to keep a home.
Veterans can call VA
toll-free at 1-877-827-3702 to
obtain help from a VA finan-
cial counselor. Information
about VA's home loan guar-
anty program can be ob-
tained at www.homeloans.
va.gov.


Region BRIEFS


FORT WALTON BEACH
Trip to area is prize on
'Wheel of Fortune'
Northwest Florida Re-
gional Airport and The
Breakers Condominium
have teamed up to offer an
all-expenses-paid trip to
Fort Walton Beach as one
of the prizes on Wednes-
day's episode of "Wheel of
Fortune."
The winner will have
to land on the right
space on the wheel and
guess a letter correctly
to win the prize, an Oka-
loosa County news release
said.
"This offers a great op-
portunity to showcase our


region on a national level,"
said Mike Stenson, busi-
ness development manag-
er for the airport.

PORT ST. JOE
Bonfire to benefit
autism center
A successful 10K race in
October raised the commu-
nity's awareness of the new
Growing Minds Center,
which provides intensive,
one-on-one instruction to
children with autism.
The center next will host
a Beach Bonfire Benefit
from 5-10 p.m. EST Dec.
5 at the Turtle Beach Inn,
140 Painted Pony Road, In-
dian Pass.


The event will feature
food, drinks and entertain-
ment from local musicians
Dana and Charlie Black.
Admission is $15 per
person or $25 for two peo-
ple. Attendees should bring
beach chairs.
For more information or
to RSVP contact Stephanie
Petrie at (850) 229-9386.

SANTA ROSA BEACH
AARP looking
for tax counselors
AARP is looking for Tax-
Aide counselors to help
middle to low-income tax-
payers.
Most of the returns are
done on the computer and


filed electronically. Neither
counselors nor clients need
to be members of AARP
Counselors receive
training and are certified
in the basics of the U.S.
Individual Tax Code and
in the use of the IRS tax
preparation software, Tax-
wise.
Volunteers commit to
six hours for four days
in January for training
and one day a week for 10
weeks from Feb. 1 through
April 15.
Those interested in vol-
unteering at one of the four
Walton County sites should
contact Dave Doring at
(850) 835-5470. To help in
other counties, call (888)
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Panthers and Pats go to the mat


By BILL GAMBLING
sports@srpressgazettc.com

It didn't take very long
this wrestling season for the
Milton Panthers and Pace
Patriots to lock things up in-
side the wrestling circle.
Thursday night it was
Milton getting the better of
Pace 43-42 thanks to an extra
point because of takedowns.
"We received the extra
point because we led in take-
downs," said Milton head
coach Duane Raley.
It didn't look like it would
be very close until Milton's
Adam Jernigan was disqual-
ified in his match against
Matt Gilbert for locking his
hands after three warnings.
Milton won the first
match at 103 pounds as Jus-
tin Young pinned Jacob Si-
yufy.
Pace would then take con-
trol of the match with four
straight wins by Josh Har-


rison (112), Blake Karshna
(119), Connor Jones (125),
and A.J. Mitchem (130).
Milton would then take
back control in some of the
larger weight classes as ev-
ery match ended in a pin ex-
cept for the disqualification
at 215.
"The match was very
competitive and I was
pleased with most of our
guys and their efforts," said
Raley. "However, we had a
couple of guys up in points
make bad moves and get
pinned because they were
trying to rush things. Along
with experience, patience
will come.
"Both teams had several
freshmen wrestling on var-
sity and they will improve
with more mat time."
On Nov. 17 Milton split
matches in a tri-team meet.
The Panthers defeated South
Walton 54-28, while losing to
Rutherford High 48-36.


Pace and Milton Results
103-Young(MHS) defeated
Siyufy(Pace)
112-Harrison(Pace) de-
feated Z.Abrams(MHS)
119-Karshna(Pace) de-
feated Sherman(MHS)
125-Jones(Pace) defeated
Skilnner(MHS)
130-Mitchem(Pace) de-
feated Harris (MHS)
135-Hellar(MHS) defeat-
ed Crisco(Pace)
140-Luvett(Pace) defeat-
ed Zukowsldki(MHS)
145-Evans(MHS) defeat-
ed Cotsonis(Pace)
152-Kahler(MHS) defeat-
ed Lenay(Pace)
160-Perez(Pace) defeated
Simmons(MHS)
171-Hicks(MHS) defeated
Keisacker(Pace)
189-Sanchez(MHS) de-
feated Grantland(Pace)
215-Gilbert(Pace) defeat-
ed Jernigan(MHS)
285-Hyler(MHS) defeated
Palmer(Pace)


BILL GAMBLING | Press Gazette
Milton's Blake Contini is seen throwing Pace's Kegan Montgomery in a preliminary
match prior to Thursday's dual meet on Thursday night. Milton defeated Pace 43-42
as the Panthers earned an extra point for leading in takedowns.


By BILL GAMBLING
sports@srpressgazette.com

Four area seniors have
been selected to partici-
pate in the second annual
Pensacola Sports Associa-
tion High School All-Star
Volleyball Game.
The game will be played
Nov. 29 at 6 p.m. at the
University of West Florida
Fieldhouse.
Representing the East
squad will be Central's
Amber Barlow, Kristina
Lewis of Pace, and Caleigh
Drinkard and Kaitlyn Me-
lendez from Pace.
This year's match will
feature the senior stand-
outs from Escambia Coun-
ty (West squad) taking on
the senior standouts from
Santa Rosa and Okaloosa
counties (East squad).
Niceville led the East
squad with three players
(Ijanae Holman, Cat Hous-
ton, and Rachael Farrell)
while Gulf Breeze, Milton,
Crestview, and Ft. Walton
Beach had two players
each named to the roster.
Coaching the East squad
this year will be Pace's
Mark Gough and he will
be assisted by Crestview's
Ashley Miller.
West Florida's Ron Burt
will lead the East squad
with help form Pensacola
High's Kerry Clarke.
Senior standouts from
Escambia County will take
on the star seniors from
Santa Rosa and Okaloosa
Counties.
Washington High placed
five players on the East squad,
while Pine Forest, Catholic,
and Tate will have two players
each on the roster.
The game will provide an
opportunity for the players
to showcase their talents
to college coaches, peers,
and the local community.
It will be a best 4 of 7 sets
match, and Most Valuable
Players from both the East
and West teams will be rec-
ognized at the end of the
evening.
Festivities include a
reunion of Volleyball Pen-
sacola players, and exhibi-
tion games by local youth
teams from Pensacola and
Gulf Breeze.
Tickets for the game
are $6, and are available at
the Pensacola Sports Asso-
ciation office at 101 W Main
St. in downtown Pensacola.
For more information
regarding the PSA High
School All-Star Volleyball
Game, call (850) 434-2800 or
joseph(< pensacolasports.
corn.


Pace quarterback Aaron Munoz drops back to pass as he finished the night going 7-9f-12 for
234 yards and three touchdowns in Patriots 41-7 win over Crestview.



Pats pound 'Dawgs 41-7


By RANDY DICKSON
Florida Freedom Newspapers

PACE The smoke from the pregame fireworks
had yet to clear when the Pace offense opened up
with some fireworks of its own.
Aaron Munoz hit Tyler Bousson with a 68-yard
touchdown pass on the second play of the game to
set the tone of things to come in the Class 4A re-
gion quarter final game between the Patriots and
Crestview.
When the final smoke had cleared the night
clearly belonged to the Patriots as they cruised to
a 41-7 win.
Pace (6-5) will host Fort Walton Beach in Fri-
day's region semifinals.
By the end of the night the Patriots had piled up
407 yards in total offense while holding the Bull-
dogs to 153 total yards.
"Tonight this team showed a lot of character,"
Pace coach Mickey Lindsey said after his team
snapped a two-game losing streak. "I'm so proud of
them. I was really worried about their confidence
being shaken after the two losses.
"But we had the best two weeks of practice we
had all year."
Crestview's only score came after Ben Baber
recovered a Munoz fumble and returned it 40 yards
to the Patriot 30.
It took Jordan Glover five plays, but the senior
tailback carried the ball the distance for the touch-
down. The score came on a 14-yard run with 15 sec-
onds left in the'first quarter
The rest of the game belonged to the Patriots


Tyler Hunt capped an 8-play Pace drive with a
1-yard run to put the Patriots up 14-7 with 9:36 left
in the half.
A pair of Greg Peranich field goals extended the
Patriot lead to 20-7 at the intermission.
The first field goal, which came with 3:34 left
in the half was good from 43 yards out. And then
Peranich hit one from 24 yards out as the horn
sounded to end the half.
The Patriots continued to come up with big plays
in the third quarter.
Munoz hit Hunt with a swing pass that covered
51 yards with 9:31 left in the third as the Patriots
increased the lead to 27-7.
Any hopes Crestview might have entertained of
a come back came to a screeching halt when Mu-
noz and Bousson teamed up on a 77-yard scoring
strike with 3:56 left in the third.
Hunt closed out the scoring with a 1-yard run
with 8:26 left in the fourth.
Despite not getting on the scoreboard, senior
tailback Travis Scott played a big role in the Patriot
win. Scott was the game's leading rushing carrying
the ball for 139 yards on 18 carries.
Glover led the Bulldogs in rushing closing out
his career with a 130-yard night on 34 carries.
Munoz was 7-of-12 passing for 234 yards and
three touchdowns. Bousson had three catches for
155 yards and two touchdowns.
The loss snapped a four-winning streak for the
Bulldogs who finished the year 6-5.
"They did a great job and beat us in every phase
of the game," Crestview coach Matt Brunson said.
"From where we are after we lost to Choctaw and
Mosley to win four straight and get here is huge.


Four area seniors


get All-Star nod


EAST ALL STAR
ROSTER

Baker Kali Flan-
ders
Central Amber
Barlow
Choctaw Me-
gan Gorey
Crestview
- Dawn Holderfield
and Erin Koester
Ft. Walton
Beach Emily Lyerly
and Melissa Smith
Gulf Breeze To-
bie Bass and Celia
Eddy
Laurel Hill Kat-
lyn Free
Milton Caleigh
Dinkard and Kaitlyn


Melendez
Navarre


- Juli-


anne Haun
Niceville Cat
Houston, ljanae Hol-
man, and Rachael
Farrell
Pace Kristina
Lewis

WEST ALL-STAR
ROSTER

Catholic -
Meghan Emmons and
Molli Moats
East Hill Chris-
tian Natalie Burke
Escambia Elva
Carter
Northview -
Brittney Thompson
Pensacola Me-
kiala QuaIls
Pine Forest -
Ashlee Bergstrom and
Devyn Thompson
Tate Betsy Mc-
Clellan and Tiffany
Pettiway
Washington -
Lindsay Anders, Molli
McMilion, Hannah
Nichols, Mailande
Parker, and Jackie
Turnage
West Florida
- Kristina Lewis

The game will
be played
Nov. 29 at 6
p.m. at the
University of
West Florida
Fieldhouse.


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Wednesday, November 26, 2008


Sports


Prep action heats up in county


By BILLGAMBLIN
sports(Q1srpressgaze/tte.cotii

The boys' basketball sea-
son is underway with some
players dressing out and
others still in street clothes'
as the Pre-Season Tip-
Off Classic got underway
Thursday at Milton High
School.
Pace didn't need to call
on any of its two-sport ath-
letes who are still play foot-
ball as they romped past
Gulf Breeze 65-37.
The Patriots put the
game away early with its
defensive pressure as they
took an early 20-7 lead over
the Dolphins and main-
tained that lead at halftime
33-20.
Jeff Mullahey led the Pa-
triots with a game high 22


points as the defensive in-
tensity seemed to make the
Pace offense move easier.
In the third quarter Pace
iced the game by outscor
ing Gulf Breeze 20-9 as they
took a 53-29 lead, before
cruising to the win.
Justin Wright scored 16
points on the night for the
Patriots, while Keith Colvin
added 10.
For Jay the football sea-
son has only been over long
enough to allow just three
to four practices, but that is
not an excuse coach Lance
Youngblood would use.
The Royals fought very
hard all night but came up
short against the host Mil-
ton Panthers 59-31.
Milton took and early
14-7 lead as the Royals had
trouble getting off a shot and
when they did the Panthers


were prowling the glass to
clear it and quickly advance
the ball to the other end.
Brandon Allen led Milton
with 15 points to tie Jay's
Greg Nelson with game-
high honors.
Jamal Smith added 11,
while Brandon McCloud
chipped in 10 for Milton.
The score from Thursday
game between Central and
Navarre was unavailable at
press-time.
In girls basketball Cen-
tral used a huge fourth
quarter to edge Escambia
Academy (Ala.) 35-34.
Brooke Watson-German
capped a 21 point fourth
quarter with two free throws
as seven seconds remained
on the clock to tie the game
and give the Lady Jags their
first win of the season.
Central fell behind early


trailing 6-2 at the end of the
first quarter and saw the
margin get larger as Es-
cambia take a 13-8 lead at
halftime.
Escambia forced Cen-
tral's late charge as the
third quarter ended with the
Lady Jags trailing 26-14.
Sarah Forsyth led Cen-
tral with a game high 13
points, while German added
nine.
Also on Thursday Milton
defeated Tate 49-37.
After taking a 10-6 lead,
the Lady Panthers saw Tate
fight back to lead at half-
time 21-17.
The Lady Aggies would
add to their lead in the third
quarter, but Milton turned it
on in the fourth quarter to
outscore Tate 27-8 in the fi-
nal eight minutes to pull off
the win.


Annual Toy Run: ABATE
of Florida Gulf Coast Chap-
ter will hold its 13"' Annual
T'oy Run on Dec. 7 at 11 a.m.
at the parking lot of Univer-
sity 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 includ-
ing the best decorated bike,
best Santa, best Santa Chick,
and best elf.
For more information
cal 324-7529 or e-mail gca-
batepres@bellsouth.net.
Youth Basketball: The
City of Milton is holding
basketball registration for
children in kindergarten
through eighth grade. Girls
in grades six through eight


will now be playing in a girls
only league. Registration
is Monday through Friday
from noon to 8 p.m. or on
Saturday (Dec. 6) from 10
a.m. to 1 p.m. at the Milton
Community Center. Regis-
tration fee is $75 per child
and the deadline is Dec. 6 or
when the teams are full.
The draft will be held Dec.
13 and basketball season will
being the first week of Janu-
ary and run through March.
For more information call
983-5466, ext. 209.
UWF Baseball Camp: The
University of West Florida's
baseball program will host a
hitting and pitching instruc-
tional camp on December
13th and 14th for kids ages
8-14 at Jim Spooner Field
at Pelican Park on the Cam-
pus of the University of West
Florida. The fee for the
camp is $50 for one or $100
for both sessions.


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850-983-6150

You are driving down the road and the check engine light comes on, it says
"service engine soon". You may have heard that some auto parts stores can tell
you what is wrong with your car. Yes they have a code reader that will pull the
codes from the memory that has made your light come on. What is a code?
This is what you first need to understand. A code is just that a code. When the
vehicles computer has detected a concern it will turn on the check engine light
and store a code in the memory of the computer. This code does not tell you
what part to replace it only tells you where to start your diagnoses and a code
can mean so many things.
I had a customer come in with the check engine light on and the transmis-
sion shifting late. While doing my inspections and tests I found the computer
memory had four codes in it, all four codes were for the oxygen sensors in the
exhaust indicating that the engine is running lean. The likelihood of all four sen-
sors being bad is very slim. After running my tests it all came down to a vacu-
um leak, yes only a vacuum leak. It was a vacuum hose that had developed a
hole in it and allowed air to come in passed the sensor that measures the amount
of air that the engine is using. The computer is reading many sensors to control
the amount of fuel to be used and other things such as when to shift the transmis-
sion. One small vacuum leak made the engine run rough and the transmission
shift late.
This is what got to me. When the customer came to pick up his car I
asked why were all four oxygen sensors just replaced, I could tell that they had
been. He told me that the light came on so he pulled into a auto parts store that
will read your codes. All four oxygen sensor codes came up, so they sold him
all four oxygen sensors at $80.00 each. He then went home and spent several
hours replacing all four oxygen sensors. When he finally got them all installed
he went for test drive and yes five miles down the road the check engine light
came on. He went back to the auto parts store to have them check his codes
again and all four codes had come right back. They then told him he needs to
go to a auto repair shop.
I don't want it to sound like I'm bashing auto parts stores, I'm not but they
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was only $60.00 at my shop. The parts hlie bought, which hlie didn't need and
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____December Angel Food MENU


"It's A Blessing!" makes
units of food available to you
through Angel Food Minis-
tries on a monthly basis. You
may purchase as many units
as you want at only $30.00
per unit. Each unit that
you purchase allows you to
buy the specials. Milton's
host site is the First United
Methodist Church, located
at 6830 Berryhill Street.
Sign-up dates are De-
cember 1. Dec. 2 and Dec. 3
from 11 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. in
the church office. On Dec. 3
(Wed.), sign-up time is from
5:30 to 6:30 p.m. in the Fel-
lowship Hall. Pick-Up date
and time will be Saturday,
Dec. 20 from 8 to 9:30 a.m.
in the Fellowship Hall. Call
(850) 623-6683 for more in-
formation. One or more
specials available only with
the purchase of either the
Regular box or Senior box.
December Menu (Regu-
lar Box) tentatively is:
1.5 lb. Choice Cut Beef
Roast, 2 lbs. Breaded Chick-
en Tenders, 2 lbs. IQF Chick-
en Breast, 1.5 lb. Pork Chops
(4x6 oz.), 1 lb. 80/20 Lean
Beef Patties (4 x 4 oz.), 28
oz. Salisbury Steak Entree,
1 lb. All Meat Hot Dogs, 1 lb.
Carrots, 1 lb. Green Beans,
1 lb. Rice, 24 oz. Steak-Cut
Fries, 32 oz. 2% Reduced
Fat Shelf Stable Milk, 7.5 oz.


Mac & Cheese, 14 oz. Chick-
en Broth, 7 oz. Corn Muffin
Mix, 1 Doz. Eggs and 1 Des-
sert Item.
Senior Box ($28.00) Ten
perfectly seasoned, nu-
tritionally balanced, fully
cooked meals just heat
and serve. Each meal has
no added sodium, is low in
fat, and is nutritionally bal-
anced for seniors with 3 oz.
of protein, 2 vegetables or
fruit, and a starch.
BBQ Pulled Pork, Slow-
roasted lean pork in our
special Hickory BBQ Sauce,
W/Black Eyed Peas, Collard
Greens & Cinnamon Apple
Sauce; Ground Beef Stro-
ganoff, Tender Ground Beef
in Cream Sauces W/Parsley
Egg Noodles, Green Beans
& Fruit Cocktail; Chicken
Parmesan, White Chicken in
Italian Style Tomato Sauce
and Mozzarella Cheese atop
Spaghetti, Seasoned Green
Beans & Garlic Bread; Meat
Patties w/Country Style
Gravy and Onions-lightly
floured and Seasoned and
served with a rich brown.
gravy and onion, creamy
mashed potatoes, steamed
broccoli with cheese and
diced beats: Meat Loaf with
Brown Gravy, Traditional
Meat Loaf with Herb sea-
soned Brown Gravy, Sweet
Potatoes, Green Peas w/


Mushroom and & Green
Beans; Sliced Roast Tur-
key, Roasted, Sliced Turkey
Breast served with Dress-
ing & Sage Flavored Gravy,
Red Potatoes in Cream
Sauce, Green Beans &
Jellied Cranberry Sauce.
Chicken & Mushroom Bake,
Slow cooked white chicken
served with Mushrooms in
a delicious sauce over White
Rice, Seasoned Turnip
Greens & Stewed Tomatoes;
Chicken & Broccoli, Ten-
der White Chicken, Broc-
coli, Creamy Mashed Pota-
toes, Creole style Okra and
a Chocolate Chip Cookie;
Burger Stew, Tender Leann
Ground Beef Stewwith vege-
tables served over seasoned
White rice with Broccoli &
Mushroom pieces & Sliced
Peaches; Red Beans and
Ground Beef, Skillet Cooked
Ground Beef served w/Red
Kidney Beans over White
Rice, served with Southern
flavored Collard Greens and
a delicious Southern Style
Biscuit.
Christmas Holiday Din-
ner Box ($35.00) Special
box contains everything you
need for a traditional Christ-
mas meal. Will feed an aver-
age family of 2 adults and 2
children.
7 lb. (Avg.) Perdue Roast-
ing Hen, 2 lbs. Natural Hick-


ory Smoked Ham, 2 lbs. Heat
& Serve Mashed Potatoes, 2
lbs. Heat & Serve Corn, 2 lbs.
Heat & Serve Green Beans,
17 oz. Cornbread Dressing,
4.5 oz. Brown Gravy Mix,
15 oz. Cranberry Sauce, 8
dinner rolls, and a dessert
item.
December Special #1
- ($22) 6.5 lb. Grill Box 1.5
lb. Prime Rib Steaks (2 x 12
oz.), 2 lbs. Boneless Pork
Roast, 2 lb. Hamburger
Beef Steaks (4 x 8 oz.), 1 lb.
Bratwurst with Cheese
December Special #2
- ($21) 4.5 lb. Meat Combo -
1.5 lb. New York Strip Steaks
(2 x 12 oz.), 1.5 lb. Bacon-
Wrapped Beef Filet (4 x 6
oz.), 1.5 lb. Bacon-Wrapped
Chicken Filets (4 x 6 oz.).
December Special #3
- ($21) 10 lb. IQF Boneless/
Skinless Chicken Breasts
December Special #4
- ($21) Fresh Fruit & Veg-
gie Box 3 lb. Bag NC Extra
Fancy Red Rome Apples, 3
lb. Bag NC Sweet Potatoes,
2 lb. Bag New Crop Me-
dium Yellow Onions, 1 stalk
Sleeved CA Celery, 1 lb. Bag
CA Premium Carrots, 4 lb.
Bag New Crop Fla. Navel
Oranges, 2 lb. Bag New Crop
CA Lemons, 2 each New
crop Fla. Ruby Red Grape-
fruit, 8 oz. CA Xtra Fancy
Raisins, 4 lb. Bag New crop


Immanuel Baptist Church UPDATE


The guest speaker for
Immanuel Baptist Church
on November 301h will be Dr.
Tim Passmore. He is the
son of Dr. Jerry Passmore,
present Interim Pastor of
Immanuel. His mother, Do-
ris, is deceased. He is the
present Pastor of Woodland,
The Community Church in
Bradenton, Florida where
he has served for 12 years.
When he arrived as Pas-
tor the church membership
Was approximately 200. He
is now preaching to approxi-


mately 2000 in a Saturday
night service and two ser-
vices on Sunday morning.
He is the immediate past
President of the Florida
Baptist State Convention
Pastor's Conference. He
is also the author of three
books entitled "OUTCOME:
A blueprint for Becoming
an Effective Church", "ONE
FRY SHORT," and "IM-
AGE". Tim is married to
Jennifer (Byrd) Passmore.
They have four children,
Emily, Michael, Alex and


Abby. He is a graduate of
the former Woodham High
School. Dr. Passmore re-
ceived a Bachelor's Degree
in Psychology from Samford
University, a Master's De-
gree in Christian Education
and a Doctor of Educational
Ministries Degree from New
Orleans Baptist Theologi-
cal Seminary. We encourage
your attendance on Nov. 301',
at 10:30 a.m.
Sunday evenings con-
tinue to be exciting at Im-
manuel. Our Pastor is


teaching Soul winning at 5
p.m. by displaying new tools
that can be used in shar-
ing the gospel. The AWANA
program continues to aver-
age 100 plus beginning at 5
p.m. every Sunday evening.
While so many of our church
have low attendance on Sun-
day evening, or no service
at all, Immanuel is having
between 250-300 on campus
every Sunday evening. We
encourage you to join with
us in all our services at Im-
manuel Baptist Church.


Kornerstone BRIEFS


Calendar of
holiday events
The following is a cal-
endar of events at St.
Augustine of Canterbury
*Episcopal Church for the
,2008 Holiday Season:
Thanksgiving Day -
10:00 a.m. is Holy Ebcha-
rist
December 7 is 9:00
a.m. One Eucharist Ser-
vice *
. 10:00 a.m. Annual
Parish Meeting followed


by pot luck lunch
Christmas Eve 9 a.m.
- No Regular Wednesday
9:00 a.m. Healing Eucha-
rist or Bible Study
Christmas Eve 7 p.m.
Holy Eucharist
10 p.m. Holy Eucha-
rist
10:30 p.m. Holy Eucha-
rist beginning with carols
by the church choir from
10:30 11:00 PM.
Christmas Day 10
a.m. Holy Eucharist
All are welcome.


Thanksgiving Service
tonight
The Central Santa Rosa
Ministerial Association
would like to invite you
to join us for our Annual
Community Thanksgiv-
ing Service to be held at
Milton First Assembly of
God, 6163 Dogwood Drive.
Service times will be
tonight, at 7 p.m. in the
main sanctuary. This is
a wonderful opportunity
for us to join together


in unity, to give thanks
for the grace and mer-
cy our Heavenly Father
has poured out amongst
us. The CSRMA will be
taking a special offering
to assist the needy in our
community for the upcom-
ing year. If you are unable
to attend this service,
please make your check
out to CSRM Association
and mail it to 6163 Dog-
wood Drive, Milton, FL
32570. Help us to glorify
Our Lord.


Idaho potatoes.
December Special #5
- ($26) Holiday Mixed Fruit
Gift Box 4 WA large, Xtra
Fancy Red Delicious Apples,
4 WA Large, Xtra Fancy
Golden Delicious Apples, 4
WA Xtra Large, Xtra Fancy
Granny Smith Apples, 5 WA
Large Xtra Fancy Red An-
jou Pears, 4 Xtra Lg, Xtra
fancy Red Rome Apples, 4
Lg. Fla. Navel Oranges, 4
Lg. Fla. Tangerines, 4 Lg.
Fla. Tangelos, 6 Lg. Fla.
Juice Oranges, 5 Lg. Fla.
Ruby Red Grapefruits, 1
Recipe Sheet.
December Special #6 -
($20) Holiday Meat & Cheese


Gift Box 2 9 oz. Beef Sum-
mer Sausage, 1 9 oz. Sum-
mer Sausage, 1 8 oz. Yellow
Sharp Cheddar Cheese, 1
8 oz. Yellow Mild Cheddar
Cheeze, 1 8 oz. Monterey
Jack Cheese.
Food Stamps are accept-
ed (EBT) Angel Food Min-
istries reserves the right to
substitute any of the above
items due to availability, cost
and quality.
Angel Food Ministries is
an equal opportunity provid-
er and employer. Complaints
of discrimination should be
sent to USDA, Director, Of-
fice of Civil Rights, Washing-
ton, DC 20250-9410.


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^ Ask the Preacher

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

Dear Pastor Gallups, "Will the Rapture happen
soon?" I hear so much preaching and teaching
on this subject that Christians will be "taken out of the
world" before God's final judgment on the world. "
Is this true?" L. Y., Milton

Dear L. Y,
Over the past two thousand years, countless groups
and individuals have compared events of their time to
Bible prophecies and come to the conclusion that Jesus
would be returning soon, if not even in their lifetime.
Some of these groups have set a specific date and led
their followers to forsake everything and await the
Rapture.
The Millerites (forerunners of the modem-day
Seventh Day Adventists) did this and the Jehovah's
Witness organization has done it on many occasions.
These are some of the most famous groups to make this
mistake. There was even a movement that began right
next door in Pensacola in the charismatic community in
the late 1980's that spread nation-wide. This move-
ment named an exact date of the rapture as well. Every
one of those predictions turned out to be wrong, but that
has not deterred people from making modem-day pre-
dictions that Jesus will be returning in the near future.
Some even continue to set dates.
So what is the truth? The Bible says that there WILL
be a rapture. Christians are to be prepared for it, but live
a productive and fruitful life since Jesus himself said
that no one would know the day or the hour. (Matthew
24:36) The Bible is also clear that the rapture will
occur before God pours out His wrath upon a wicked
and unbelieving world. There are varying interpreta-
tions as to the precise timeline for the rapture, tribula-
tion period and the final outpouring of God's Wrath.
The important thing is not to know exactly when or
how the end will come, but to be spiritually prepared
when it does (Matthew 25:1-13 Matthew 24:42-44,
Luke 21:34-36, 1 Thessalonians 5:2-3). There is no
greater "spiritual preparation" L.Y., than to belong to
Jesus Christ through a born-again relationship with
Him. I pray that you are "ready."

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


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Pen Air FCU sponsors golf tournament

benefiting Emerald Coast Honor Flight


Special to the Press Gazette
Pen Air Federal Credit
Union was the title sponsor
of the Emerald Coast Honor
Flight Santa Rosa County
Initiative Golf Tournament
at NAS Whiting Field Friday,
Nov. 14,2008.
"This golf tournament
and the initiative would
not have been as success-
ful without Pen Air's spon-
sorship," said Santa Rosa
County Sheriff Wendell
Hall, who was the golf tour-
nament chair. "This is all
about the World War II vet-
erans. Pen Air stepped up
financially to support Hon-
or Flight, and I can't thank
them enough."
The sponsorship is Pen


Air's second $10,000 contri-
bution to the initiative this
year. Former Pen Air FCU
President/CEO John Davis,
who passed away last month,
was a strong supporter of
Honor Flight, and the tour-
nament was sponsored in
his honor.
The tournament teed off
at 11 a.m. with NAS Whiting
Field Commanding Officer
Capt. Rick Sadsad speaking
at the opening ceremony.
"I'dliketo thank our stead-
fast supporter, Pen Air," said
Capt. Sadsad. "They are al-
ways so supportive of all the
events and everything we
do on base, and I cannot say
enough good things about
them. We wouldn't be able to
have successful events like


this without their continued
support."
The tournament exceed-
ed its fundraising goal of
$24,000. Over $25,000 was
raised with all funds benefit-
ing Honor Flight. The tour-
nament had cash prizes for
the first, second and third
place teams, as well as the
winner of the putting con-
test. A live auction was held
for door prizes.
Emerald Coast Honor
Flight is a non-profit orga-
nization honoring America's
veterans for their sacrifices.
Congressman Jeff Miller or-
ganized the local initiative
with a goal to fly all local he-
roes for a free, one-day visit
to reflect at their memorial
in Washington, D.C.


Fish and Wildlife REPORT


This report represents
some events the FWC han-
dled in the Northwest Re-
gion from Nov. 14 to Nov. 20;
however, it does not include
all actions taken by the Divi-
sion of Law Enforcement.

SANTA ROSA COUNTY
On Nov. 14, Lieutenant
Dan Hahr responded to a
complaint in the north end of
Santa Rosa County regard-
ing a night hunting incident.
Upon arrival, he spotted a


truck matching the descrip-
tion of the suspect vehicle
parked in a driveway. He lo-
cated blood on the bumper
and in the bed. The owner of
the truck subsequently con-
fessed to night hunting. He
and his friend killed a doe, a
spotted fawn, and two rabbits
that evening. The friend re-
turned to the scene and both
subjects were issued a notice
to appear for taking deer and
rabbits at night with a gun
and light. A .243 rifle and
spotlight were seized in addi-
tion to the deer and rabbits.


During a search related to
a night hunting case on Nov.
14, Lieutenant Hahr observed
photos of a woman posing
with a deer on Oct. 31. A sus-
pect admitted that he took his
girlfriend hunting and she
killed a deer with a .243 rifle
on Halloween Day. The offi-
cers interviewed the man and
his girlfriend and obtained
confessions. The antlers and
several packages of deer sau-
sage were seized. Both sub-
jects will be facing charges
of taking deer with a firearm
during archery season.


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Beach conditions report


comes to the Panhandle


Press Gazette Staff Report
The Beach Conditions
Report"', created by Mote
Marine Laboratory in 2006
to provide up-to-date in-
formation about red tides
on beaches, has recently
expanded to provide cov-
erage of eight Panhandle
beaches.
The Report provides res-
idents, business owners and
visitors with real-time infor-
mation about the presence
of red tide and other condi-
tions at 31 beaches along
the Florida Gulf Coast.
The newest additions to
the Beach Conditions Re-
port are:
Escambia County: Pen-
sacola Beach
Okaloosa County: Fort
Walton Beach, Henderson
- Beach State Park and Des-
tin Beach
Gulf County: St. Joseph
Peninsula State Park, both
Gulfside and Bayside
Franklin County: St.
George Island State Park,
both Bayside and Gulfside
Reports are provided by
specially trained observ-
ers, including Florida State
Parks personnel, which in-
clude lifeguards and parks
personnel, who use comput-
ers to upload their informa-
tion directly to the web via
special web interface de-
signed by Mote.
"Florida State Parks
are excited to participate
in this important beach re-
porting project," said Flor-
ida State Parks Director
Mike Bullock. "Florida's
beaches are an immense
attraction for state park
visitors and this report will
help state parks provide a
safe and positive experi-
ence for visitors."
The Beach Conditions
Report" updated daily at 10
a.m. and 3 p.m. includes sev-


eral types of information:
The presence or absence
of dead fish and whether
beachgoers are reporting
respiratory irritation
The presence or absence
of red drift algae and other
seaweeds
The water color, wind di-
rection and what flags are
flying at the beaches (at life-
guard-monitored beaches
only)
Reports made by life-
guards also include real-
time surf zone conditions
and whether rip currents
are present.
Bob West, Director of
Public Safety for the Santa
Rosa Island Authority, is ex-
cited that the reports are up
and running in the Panhan-
dle. "It's an invaluable asset
to our visitors because there
is no other source where
a person can look and see
whether a beach is being af-
fected by red tide along the
Gulf Coast," West says. "We
have all sorts of folks look-
ing for information on red
tide from a source they can
trust. Until now, there just
wasn't a place they could
go to for information. Now
there is. It's a huge plus for
our visitors."
The Report was created
in 2006 by Dr. Barbara Kirk-
patrick, manager of Mote's
Environmental Health Pro-
gram, in response to numer-
ous requests for such infor-
mation from the public. In
addition to online updates
provided at www.mote.org/
beaches, reports can be e-
mailed directly to users who
sign up for updates. Visitors
without Internet access can
also call 941-BEACHES for
information.
Information gathered for
the Beach Conditions Re-
port is also being used to
refine and validate harmful
algal bloom forecasts made


by the National Oceanic and
AtmosphericAdministration
and to refine and validate
rip current forecasts by the
National Weather Service.
Rip currents are power-
ful, channeled currents of
water flowing away from
shore. They typically extend
from the shoreline, through
the surf zone, and past the
line of breaking waves and
can occur at any beach with
breaking waves. A daily rip
current outlook is included
in the Surf Zone Forecast,
which is issued by many
National Weather Service
offices. A three-tiered struc-
ture of low, moderate, high
is used to describe the rip
current risk. This outlook is
communicated to lifeguards,
emergency management,
media and the general
public. And is available in
"Other Links" on the Beach
Conditions Reports website
once you are in the county of
interest.
The Report is made pos-
sible through support from
the following organizations:
Mote Marine Laboratory,
Solutions To Avoid Red Tide
(START), the Florida De-
partmentof Health, Sarasota
County, Florida State Parks,
Pinellas County Parks De-
partment, the Manatee
County Marine Rescue Divi-
sion, Lee County Parks and
Recreation, Sanibel-Captiva
Conservation Foundation,
Sanibel Sea. School, Rook-
ery Bay National Estuarine
Research Reserve, Collier
County Convention and
Visitors Bureau, the cities
of Marco Island and Naples,
Collier County Pollution
Control, the Collier County
Parks and Recreation De-
partment, the Santa Rosa
Island Authority, the Oka-
loosa County Public Safety,
the Destin Fire Control Dis-
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Legal 11/11416
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE FIRST JUDICIAL CIR-
CUIT IN AND FOR SANTA
ROSA COUNTY FLORIDA
JUVENILE DIVISION
CASE NUMBER 07-DP-97
IN THE INTEREST OF:
S.S.W. 12/22/2000
LW. 02/08/2007
MINOR CHILDREN
TO: Paul Jordan,
Father of: S.S.W a minor
child, and Charles Blan-
chard Father of L.W, a minor
child,
Address and whereabouts are
unknown
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTI-
FIED that a Petition under oath
has been filed in the above
styled Court for the termination
S -.I I I rights of S.S W., a
d.a -.1 .;A orn on the 22nd
doy of December, 2000, in
Tacs County, Okalahoma, and
of LW, a male child born on
the 8th den of February, 2007,
in Santa Rosa Counat, Florida,
by the Department o Children
and Family Services, for subse-
quent adoption, and you are
hereby commanded to be and
apear before the Honorable
Marci L Goodman, Judge of
the Circuit Court in and for
Santa Rosa County, Florida, at
the San n County Court-
house, 'r' roline Street,
Mi hf n the 12th
day of February, 2009 at
9:00 a.m. Yuc mast either p-.
pear on the date and at the time
specif ad or rend a wrinten re-
sponse to the Cort prior to that
time. -
YOUR FAILURE TO APPEAR
OR RESPOND SHALL BE
TREATED AS A CONSENT
TO TERMINATION OF PA-
RENTAL RIGHTS AND YOU
SHALL PERMANENTLY
LOSE ALL LEGAL RIGHTS
AS A PARENT TO THE
CHILD NAMED IN THE PETI-
TION FOR TERMINATION
OF PARENTAL RIGHTS.
WITNESS my hand as the
Clerk of said Court and the Seal
thereof, this 17th day of No-
vember, 2008.
CLERK OF COURT
SANTA ROSA COUNTY, FLOR-
IDA
CIRCUIT COURT SEAL
By: Nicki Nortoan
Deputy Clerk
112608
120398
121008
121708
11/1416

Legal 11/1353
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE FIRST JUDICIAL CIR-
CUIT, IN AND FOR SANTA
ROSA COUNTY, FLORIDA
Case No.: 08-2194
Division: Family C
CHANNA CARNLEY,


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Questi-ons

oprWq-s?

1-800-345-8688


Petitioner,
and
WILLIAM FIELDER,
Respondent
NO EFOR
RIAGE
TO: William Fielder
(Address Unknown)
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an ac.
tion has been filed against you
and that you are required to
serve a copy of your wrinen de-
fenses if any, to it on Sreven D
Miller 'squire, whose address is
817 S. University Drive Suite
122, Plantation, Florida 33324
on or before December 24
2008 and file the original with
the clerk of this Court at Santa
Rosr County Courthouse P 0
Box 472 Milton, Florida
32572 before service on Petir
tioner or immediately thereafter
If you fail to do so, a de-
fault may be entered
against you for the relief
demanded in the petition.
Copies of all court docu-
ments in this case, in-
cludinq orders, are availa-
ble at he Cleric of the Cir-
cuit Court's office. You
may review these docu-
ments upon request.
You must keep the Clerk
of the Circuit ourt's office
notified of your current
address. (You may file
Notice of Current Address,
Florida Supreme Court Ap-
proved Family Law Form
this lawsuit will mailed
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
111908
112608
120308
11/1353


Legal 11/1370
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE FIRST JUDICIAL CIR-
CUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND
FOR SANTA ROSA
COUNTY
CASE NO. 08001558CA
LASALLE BANK, NA AS TRUS.
TEE FOR WASHINGTON MU.
TUAL ASSET-BACKED CERTIFI-
CATES WMABS SERIES
2006.HE3 TRUST,
Plaintiff,
vs.
VICTOR PINCKARD, ol, al
Defendants.
NOTICE OF ACTION
TO: VICTOR PINCKARD
Whose residence is 6762
HARVELL ST MILTON FL
32570 & 4267 S SPEflCELO
FIELD RD, MILTON FL, 32571
TO: UNKNOWN SPOUSE OF
VICTOR PINCKARD
Whose residence is 6762
HARVEEL ST MILTON FL
32570 & 4267 S SPENCER(
FIELD RD, MILTON, FL, 32571
If alive, and if dead, all parties
claiming interest by, thrauh,
under or ainst VICTOR


PINCKARD and i i i
SPOUSE OF :
PINCKARD aid al
inq or clairiing to' have anyi
ri ht, title or interest in the prop-
ery described hereina
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an ac.
tion for Foreclosure of Mort-
g a e on the following de-
Surhed property:
F T.P;


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a/k/a 67 i-' ST MIL
TON, FL
has been filed aa n st you andI
you are required to ser5 a0
copy of >Our written dfenses.ifI
any, to it on Nwabulo
Umunni. 1 Plaiitiff
whose Stirlin
Road r Lau-
eidale, Florida 33312 eltherI
First *jicri 30 days after the
First publican^ *i ':
Ib) on or '
and fil th .. .1 ii
Clerk oal th is . .. >. -
service n f.. ii ...
immediately thereafter; other-
wise a default will be entered
again st you for the relief deo
manded in the complaint
WITNESS my hand and thie seal
of this Court this 10 day of No-
vember, 2008
MARY M. OHNSON
As Clerk ot the Cocrt
CIRCUIT COURT SEAL
By: Brandy Norris
As Deputy Clerk
A copy of this Notice of Action,
Complaint and Lis Pendens
were sent to the defendants and
address named above
In accordance with the Amert
cans with Disabilities Act per-
sons needing g a reasonable ac-
commodation to participate in
this proceeding should, no later
than seven (7) days prior, con-
tact th e Clerk of the court's dis-
ability coordinator at
8506230135, 6865 CARO-
LINE ST BOX I-T17ITO RTT
32570 IIt hearing impaired,
contact fTDD) 800q%587 Iia
Florida Relay System.
111908
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Legal 11/1371
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE FIRST JUDICIAL CIR-
CUIT IN AND FOR SANTA
ROSA COUNTY, FLORIDA
CIVIL ACTION
CASE NO.:
57-2008-CA-D001456
DIVISION: C
CHASE HOME FINANCE
LLC(
Plaintiff,
vs.
VICTOR PINCKARD, et al,
Defendant(s).
NOTICEPOF-ACTION
TO VICTOR E. PINCKARD
LAST KNOWN ADDRESS
4267 S Spencrfihold Road
Pace, Fl 32571
CURRENT ADDRESS: UN-
KNOWN


ANY AND ALL UNKNOWN
PARTIES CLAIMING BYI
THROUGH, UNDER, AND
AGAINST THE HEREIN
NAMED INDIVIDUAL DE-
FENDANT(S) WHO ARE
NOT KNOWN TO BE DEAD
OR ALIVE, WHETHER SAID
UNKNOWN PARTIES MAY
CLAIM AN INTEREST AS
SPOUSE HEIRS DEVISEES1
GRANTEES 8R OTHE1
CLAIMANTS
LAST KNOWN ADDRESS UNI
KNOWN
CURRENT ADDRESS UN-
KNOWN
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an ac
'I oi iagg ono


COMMENCE AT THE
SOUTHEAST CORNER OF
THE SOUTHEAST QUARTER
OF THE NORTHWEST
QUARTER OF SECTION 34
TOWNSHIP 2 NORTH,
RANGE 28 WEST SANTA
ROSA COUNTY, FLORIDA;
THENCE GO NORTH A DIS-
TANCE OF 405.00 FEET-
THENCE WEST A DISTANT
OF 381.90 FEET TO THE
POINT OF BEGINNING;
THENCE NORTH A DIS-
TANCE OF 95.95 FEET TO
THE SOUTHERLY EDGE OF
PAVEMENT OF WALLACE
STREET THENCE GO SOUTH
84 DEGREES 01 MINUTES
15 SECONDS WEST
ALONG THE SAID SOUTH-
ERLY EDGE OF PAVEMENT
A DISTANCE OF 95.52
FEET- THENCE DEPARTING
SAID SOUTHERLY EDGE OF
PAVEMENT GO SOUTH A
DISTANCE OF 86.00 FEET;
THENCE GO EAST A DIS-
TANCE OF 95.00 FEET TO
THE POINT OF BEGINN-
ING.
has been filed against you and
you are required to seo a
copy of your written defenses
wil in 30 Iter lthe first
puef cation .. oi Flcida
ct uLt Laow Group, PL
Pla intiff's attorney whose ad-
dress is 911 ., Lake
Drive Suite i Flori-
ido 336 i
with tfnl, .
service I .
iimodic' ' ''
wise a I r
against you for the relief de-
nded in the Coarplaint or pe-
titaon.
This notice shall be published
once each week for two consec-
utive weeks in the Press Ga-
zette.
WITNESS my hand and the seal
of thisCr oen this 7 day of
November, 2008
Mar M Johnsor
Clerk of the Court
CIRCUIT COURT SEAL
By. J. Warkins
As Deputy Clerk
111908
112608
1111371



Legal 1 1/1372
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE FIRST JUDICIAL CIR-
CUIT OF THE STATE OF
FLORIDA, IN AND FOR
SANTA ROSA COUNTY
CIVIL DIVISION
CASE NO. 2008 CA 168
FREMONT INVESTMENT &
LOAN COMPANY
Plaintiff,
vs
LINDA SPELLINGS, UN-
KNOWN SPOUSE OF LINDA
'iii' *-AM SPELLINGS
ii i ii SPOUSE OF SA,
aILLLIIGsa Ii LIVING INCLUDE
ING ANY UNKNOWN
SPOUSE OF SAID DEFEND-


ANTS IF REMARRIED AND IF Florido, wherein U.S BANK
DECEASE THE RESPECTIVE NATIONAL ASSOCIATION AS
NKNOWE HEIRS DEVISEES TRUSTEE, ON BEHALF OF THE
GRANTEES, ASSIGNEES HOLDERS OF THE ASSET
CREDITORS LIENORS, AND BACKED SECURITIES CORPO-
TRUSTEES AND ALL OTHER RATION HOME EQUITY LOAN
PERSONS C CLAIMING BY TRUST SERIES NC 2006-HE4
THROUGH, UNDER OR ASSET BACKED
AGAINST THE NAMED DE PASS-THROUGH CERTIFI-
FENDANT(S) UNKNOWN CATES SERIES NC 2006-HE4
TENANT #1 UNKNOWN is the Plaintiff and JULIA R.
TENANT n2 f -ii r A K/AJULIE R
Defendanlt(s| fi FRANK IVAN
NOTICEOF SALE DOE iii'
Nohicers hereby pci Bi r 'ur i iSU
nt to a Funrl W g f leodo' 'ii 1' '.,1
ienr oI Fare,,os e 'tei, d ,,i and E r I I .5
h obovestfed in the NORi '
CuLut C- -7 -! I COURRTHOUSE a the Santa
County i i - i 11 I rrty Couithouse, c i
s s s I If Fliorda, at I 1 00
ounly Frionda de- a on the 8 I I'cer,
scribed as ber 2008 thre 1 r d-
scAsed property a> set toith in
LOT 84 SHERWOOD said Final Judgmrent, to wit
PARK A SUBDIVISION OF
THE NORTHWEST QUAR- SEE ATTACHED EXHIBIT
TER OF THE NORTHEAST "A".
QUARTER SECTION 33,
TOWNSHiP 2 NORTH, EXHIBIT "A"
RANGE 28 WEST SANTA
ROSA COUNTY TFLORIDA Commencing at the North-
ACCORDING T6 THE PLAf west Corner of the North-
THEREOF RECORDED IN west Quarter of the
PLAT BOOK B AT PAGE Northeast Quarter, Sec-
11, OF THE PUBULIC REC- tion 30, Township 2
ORDS OF SAID COUNTY. North, Range 29 West,
Santa Rosa County, Flor-
A/K/A ida, thence South 0 feet
for the Point of Beginning
6468 CYPRESS ST. thence East 400 feet,
MILTON, FL 32570 thence South 120 feet,
thence West 400 feet,
at pubhc sole at Front ste s of thence North 120 feet to
the Santa Ros a County Court Point of Beginning.
houseMislton Florida 9t1I I 00
sAM o "n rh Irda y of D cr Address: 6196 Enfinger
her 2008 Road, Pace, FL 32571n
ID
MARY M JOHNSON
Clerk of the Circuit Cout
CIRCUIT COURT SEAL ANY PERSON CLAIMING
By Brand, Norrs AN INTEREST IN THE SUR-
-lek PLUS FROM THE SALE IF
i kANY OTHER THAN THE
PROPERTY OWNER AS OF
In accordance wistthe Amen THE DATE OF THE LIS
cans with Disabilities Act of PENDENS MUST FILE A
I 90c 1. a spe- CLAIM WITHIN 60 DAYS
cal pitici AFTER THE SALE.
i.. f you are a person with a Disa
S builties who need any accommono
to the pioceadangs r i dtion in order to participate in
9imparedb please this proceding youa ore entitled
TD a no cost to you to the proo-
955 8770 (vce) sions of certain
Relay Service contact Susan F
-It--,F
ff1908 '' ri t 0..
112608 f.''.f this receipt
I1/1372 I ... """ If you are
heorinr or Voice irepaired call
1-800955- 8771
Dated this 7 day of Novemrber,
Legal 11/1373 2008
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF MARY M, JOHNSON
THE 1 ST JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, clerk Of T e Circuit Court
IN AND FOR SANTA ROS CIRCUIT COURT SEAL
COUNTY, FLORIDA By: Brandy Norris
CIVIL DIVISION DpuyCferk,
CASE NO.: 070001 75CA Dert
111908
U.S BANK NATIONAL ASSO- 112608
CIATION AS TRUSTEE, ON BE- 11/1373
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HALF Ol' I HOLDERS OF
THE ASSET BACKED SECURI-
TIES CORPORATION HOME
EQUITY LOAN TRUST SERIES
NC 2006.HE4 ASSET BACKED
cusm THROUGH CERTIFI.
ii SERIES NC 2006.HE4,


JULIA R ENFINGER A/K/A JUi
LI R. ENFINGER FRANK IVAN
ENFINGER, JOHN DOE JANE
DOE AS UNKNOWN TENANT
IS] IN POSSESSION OF THE
SUBJECT PROPERTY,
Defendanis
RE-NOTICE OF FORECLO-
SURE SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN

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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
FOR SANTA ROSA
COUNTY FLORIDA PRO-
BATE DIVISION
File No. 57-2008-CP-343
Division "B"
IN RE ESTATE OF
William James Wells
a rr Wileaer J Wells
a k a Jimmic Wells
Decoased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
TI- ni'"ir,,ni~n of the estate
I''''' Wells a koa
1 11 Lk a Jimmie
i 'hose date of
death was Septoeiber 13,
2008 is ---1 he Circeut
Court for County,
Florida, Probate Division the
address of which is 6865 Caro-
Milton Florida
The nomes and
addresses of the personal repreo
sentative and the personal
representative's attorney are set
forth below
All creditors of the decedent
aid other person hain claims
or demands against decedent's
erule on whom a copy of this
notice is required to be served
must fie their claims with this
court WITHIN THE -' OF 3
MONTHS AFTER`'-i- OF
THE FIRST PUBLI AIION OF
THIS NOTICE OR 30 DAYS AF
TER THE DATE OF SERVICE OF
A COPY OF THIS NOTICE ON
THEM.
All other creditors of the dece-
dent and other persons having
claims eor d arinds against
decedent's estate must ile their
clan win this courI 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


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Licensed & Insured.


TIME PERIOD SET FORTH
ABOVE ANY CLAIM FILED
TWO 21 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/ Angela J Jo nes
Angela J. Jones
Florida Bar No. 096441
Locklin Jones & Saba, P.A.
6460 Justice Avenue
Milton, Florida 32570
Telephone. (850) 6232500
Personal Representative
/s/ Mary L Wells
Mary Linda Wells
97 Eeu Place
Khei, Hawaii 96753
1 11908
112608
11/1375


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Name Change 1 49
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Legal 11/1376
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
FOR SANTA ROSA
COUNTY FLORIDA
PROBATE DMVSION
File No. 57-2008-CP-360
IN RE: ESTATE OF
PETR IVANOV
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
The administration of the estate
of PETR VANOV, deceased,
whose date of death was
March 1 208 File Number
is pending in
t e Circuit Court for Santo cRos
County Florida, Probate ivi-
sion ibe address of which is
685 SW Caroline Street Mil-
t FL 3258 I The names dand
addresses dte personal repre-
sentative and the personal
representative's aternev areset
forth below.
All creditors oa the decedebrr
and other persons having cdms


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REMODELING AND
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* Antique armoire, exc.
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Nice Christmas gifts.
New condition toys,
leather jackets, boots,
faux fur, housewares,
collectible, hundreds
of miscellaneous.
Fri. & Sat., 7am
5756 Meltrose Drive
in Milton


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$11,995. 35x60x16
$14,285 40x80x16
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Odorless diaper pail,
$15; Car seat (35 hbs.),
$25, baby carriage,
$25; sleeping bed (2 to
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back board, $25, basket-
ball stand, $25; high-
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school, church, or serious
musician $6200.00
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MUSTARDS
ON BELL LANE IN 4100 Help Wanted
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Foundation seeks ener-
getic and motivated rep-
resentatives to help find
homes for int'l exchange
students. Commission /
travel benefits. Must be
25+. (877)216-1293.

Experienced care giver
to live in and care for
elderly handicapped
lady. Write Mr Clyde
3749d Gult Breeze
Pkwy. #185, Gulf
Breeze, FL 32563 or
Clydepns@ibellsouth.net

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Earn up to $150.00 a
day Under cover shop-
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lishments. Experience not
required., please call
1-877-679-6772




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Roses, Vines, Lilies
Annuals &
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Flowering Evergreen
Tropical &
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Friendly Service
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623-3300


Milton
Commercial offices.
Several locations, many
different sizes 324-8337

Milton
Office buildings.
Off Berryhill Road, near
the hospital. 5 offices, 4
bathrooms. 1 large re-
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receptionist area. Com-
pletely remodeled.
$1400 month.
255-4004









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6120 Beach Rentals
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111 6 O110
In Mil ton unfurnished 2
bedroom/1 bath apart-
ment. $550. $300 de-
posit. No Pets.
994-7246

Milton
NOVEMBER
SPECIAL
Cyanamid Rd.
2/BR 2/BA with laun-
dryroom. Up stairs with
balcony. Water, trash
and lawn service
included. No dogs,
$99 rent. $550
deposit. 712-9968


Milton
NOVEMBER
SPECIAL
Efficiency All utilities
paid. No dogs. Walk-
ing distance to stores,
restuarants, etc. Laun-
dryroom, in ground
swimming pool. $99
rent $250. dep.
712-9968


Milton
NOVEMBER
SPEICAL
1/BR furnished or un-
furnished. No dogs
Has laundryroom, in
ground swimming pool.,
in walking distance to
stores, restuarants, etc.
$99 plus $550 de-
posit. Emerald Sands
712-9968

N. Milton
2 bedroom, 1 bath.
$450. month, $475.
deposit, 626-6638

Near Whiting
2 bed, 1 bath duplex.
$450 month, $450dep.
Water and garbage
included. Call Don
Cumbie Realty.
626-8959 / 377-6787

NEW AND MODERN
Duplex 2/2,1 car gar-
age. (Near Whiting
Field) $600 month, $600
sec. dep. Call Don
Cumbie Realty
626-8959 or 377-6787

Pace
2/1 brick three-plex.
Stove, refrigerator, dish
washer and laundry
room. All ceramic tile.
Non-smoking unit. $565
per month. Water, grass
cutting and garbage pick
up included. 626-2928


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*3/2 Homer
5145 frenton Dr
in Pace $850
*4/2 Home
3159 Walerview Dr
in Milton $1,400.
*4/2 Home 6027
Meursalt Rd. in Milton
$1200.
*3/1 Home 4641 Geri
St. in Milton $800
*3/2 Home 6710 Ce-
dar Ridge Cir. in Milton
$950.
*2/2 Duplex 5825
Windham Rd. in Milton
$550.
*4/3 Home Arnies
Way in Milton $1200.
*3/2 Home 5476 Oak
Meadows in Milton
$1250.
*2/1 Duplex 5892 Au-
dubon B1 in Pensacola
$550.
*4/2 Home Kelvin Ter-
race in Pensacola
$1000.
*3/2 Home 4821
Makenna Cir. in Pace
$1200.
*4/3 Mobile Home
9573 S Trace Rd. in
East Milton $900.
Santa Rosa Realty
623-0077

2 HOME FOR RENT
3 bed/2 bath. $850
month. Minutes to Whit-
ing Field. (available in
December) 3bed/
2bath on 2 acres.
$1,000 month. Very
clean. Pets considered.
609-567-6026
3 bed/2 bath clean
home on large lot;
Berryhill area, No Pets.
Available December.
$685 mon/$600 Dep.
982-2573
6226 Dixie Road
5 bedrooms, 2 1/2 bath
on over 1 acre. Terrazo
floor, large kitchen, sepa-
rate den & large great
room with fireplace.
Owner is a Realtor.
206-3666, Janet Coulter.
Available 11/15/08 or
sooner. $950 per month
3BR/2BA Foreclosurel
$11,000! Only
$199/Mo! 5%down 20
years @ 8% oapr. Buy,
4/BR $259/Mo! For list-
ings (800)366-9783 Ext
5798.
Brick, 3 bedroom,
1 bath. Kitchen, den,
screened porch and
fenced yard. Storage
shed with washer/dryer
hookup. $575 month/
$500 deposit. Deposit
may increase if smoker
or animals. 623-5123,
ask for Skipper
Crestview 3br, iba,
Nice brick home, Inter-
section 87/ 89, just 3 mi-
les south of Whiting
Field. Fridge/ w/d in-
cluded $725 mo +sd
682-8483 or 865- 3421


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6140
E. Milton
3 bedrooms, 1 1/2
baths. One car garage,
1,100 sq. It. home on 1
shady acre. Pets ok.
$800 month, $800 dep.
626-9844
Milton
3/2 RANCH
Chantilly Circle
Very clean No pets.
Fenced back yard. Avail-
able 1/1.09 $1,000
month, $1,000. dep.
850-626-4783
Milton
6332 Greenwood Dr
3 bedrooms, 2 baths
with 2 car garage on
1 acre. F/P CH & A.
$800 dep., $995 rent.
(neg.) 623-3339
Milton
FOR RENT
3/1-Electric, carpet,
fenced, large workshop
with electric. $800
month/$800 dep. Close
to Whiting, Interstate and
Shopping. 6241 Glen-
wood Drive.
850-291-0385r
North Milton
House for rent. 6843
Chuckwagon Lane.
3 bed, 1.5 bath. Total
electric. $750 month,
$300 dep. Baycrest Re-
alty 994-7918
Pace
3 bedrooms, 2 bath
house with fenced back
yard and 1 car garage.
$750 month/$400 de-
posit. No pets. Please
call (850) 377-0420
Pace
3/2 brick house. Out
building, privacy fence
and 2 car garage. $900
month, $600 deposit.
(850)255-2590
Pea Ridge
4025 Overlook Cir-
cle 3 bedroom/2 bath.
Brick house, single gar-
age on large lot. $675
month, $675 deposit.
698-8337
RENT TO OWN
All credit considered.
Brand new construction
homes. 3, 4, 5 bed-
room/ 2 bath. You
choose the colors.
$895 to $1 ,495/mo
520-360-1893
WHY RENT???
New Site Built Homes
from the $100's. Low
Interest Rates!
800- 678-4647


S6170 1
2 bedroom/2 bath mo-
bile home on private lot.
$525 month. Total elec-
tric. 6252 Morgan Court.
$250 deposit. Baycrest
Realty 994-7918
3 bedroom/2 bath,
fenced yard, outside
building. $500
month/$500 security.
626-8959 Don Cumbie
Realty
16 X 80, 3/2
Clayton Home.
East Gate Mobile
Home Ranch, 626-8973
2/1 double wide with
central air on large,
fenced-in lot. $550
month, $550 deposit.
Contact Sonya at
450-6840
2/2, total electric.
East Gate Mobile Home
Ranch. 626-8973
2/1. Quiet & clean.
$420 month. First month
free with 12 month lease.
All electric. CH & A,
Storage & covered
porch. Water, garbage
and sewer provided.
$395. deposit.
Sonnydale Lane.
375-4515, 623-9902
Clean 2/1 mobile home.
Garbage and water
included. No Pets. $400
month/$300 deposit.
675-6614
E. MILTON
3/2 mobile home.
Minutes from 110, quiet
area with fenced yard.
Non-smoking environ-
ment. $550. Lease, refer-
ences & deposit.
623-9623 or 418-0783
FOR RENT OR SALE -
2005, 3 bedroom FEMA
mobile home. East Gate
Mobile Home Ranch.
626-8973
Jay/Milton/Pace
Rentals 2 & 3 bed-
rooms. $400-$650 per
month.Section 8/Hud ac-
cepted. Call 994-5703
Milton
3 bedroom, 2 bath.
New paint throughout.
Private. $500 rent, $500
damage deposit. Don
Cumbie Realty 626-8959
Milton
3/1 with back porch
and yard. $425 month
plus security deposit.
lOA-OnO


r.170
Milton
MOBILE HOMES FOR
RENT. Between $300 &
$400 a month 368 7506
or 983-7259
Milton
Quiet Clean Park
Rent icilides watUI, gai-
baqe and lawn service
No Pets.
2/2 for $450 inonth.
2,2 tor $350/month
Call 698-1582


2008 1
sell all
suI rel h
_lom es
850 682

1933sf
$159,90
Built Or
homes
$100s
800 678


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- 4647 L


MOBILE HOME RENTAL. Foreclosure sale
211 in quiet park Sewer 5 bed/3 bath loi
and garbage included. $69,000, call for details.
No pets. $365 plus de We owner finance. Call
posit. 626-1552 682-3344
N. Milton
2 bed/1 bath.
14 X60 6549 Stanley
Circle. Private lot.
No pets. $500 month V this t
$250 deposit. Baycrest V ii
Realty 994-7918 Ft. Walton
OFF AVALON 602 Mooney Rd
2 bedroom mobile home Beautiful brick 3 br, 2
with covered entry. All ba, 2 cg. Close to
electric, C H & A. Just bases on quiet half
remodeled. Water/ gar- acre corner lot. Built in
age included. $475 1994, kitchen recently
month, $300 dep. (dep. updated with stainless
& 1/2 of months rent to steel appliances, corner
move in) 623-8753 or FP w/all brick hearth,
983-8020 vaulted ceilings, fresh
paint, security system,
Off Avalon Blvd. updated electronic irri-
(Rice Road) gation, large screened
3/2. Just remodeled, porch under roof, chain
All electric, central heat link back yard perfect
& air. Water & garbage for pets. $299,000.
included, $550 month, Call 850 226-6754
$400 dep. (dep. & 1/2
months rent to move in)
623-2567 or 983-8020 LIMITED OFfER:
Older model, 2 bed- 4/2 $997/mo
room, 1 bath. Hwy. 87 Zero Down bit on your lot
N., near Milton. $350 w/land equity. Includes
per month, $200 de- Tax/I ns ur Price
posit. Don Cumbie Realty $113,900K @ 7.1040
626-8959 or 377-6787 APR E-Z OCfy for
30yr-fixed FHA-insured
Pace mortgage.Callnow!
3 bedrooms, 2 baths 800-678-4647
on 3/4 of an acre. Excel- ______


lent area, off Woodbine
Road, $500 + security.
255-4004
Pea Ridge
4032 Overlook
Circle 3 bedroom/2
bath on private lot with
large shed. $475 month,
$400 deposit. 698-8337
W. Milton
3/2,14X70. Total
electric. No pets.
5073 Ridgeway Blvd.
$625 month, $300 dep.
Baycrest Realty
994-7918


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Milton
Nice, 3/1. Interior
completely remodeled.
Brick and vinyl. New
roof and large fenced
,back yard. Located at
6457 Julia Drive.
MUST SEE TO
APPRECIATE. $79,900
623-5828, 982-8912

Milton
Starter home.
2 Bedrooms, 1 bath.
.23 acre, in city. Demo
done, some improve-
ments complete, you
finish. 5799 Sunray St,
$28K. Call 393-3236.




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


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14 acres, great deer
hunting with food plot.
Connects to 50,000
acres mang. area. Can
divide. Owner financing
or will trade for house,
property, boat, etc.
$140,000. (850)
623-1288


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


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or lunk cars or trucks.
Running or not.
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Mazda Miata
MX5 2006
29K Mi., Factory war-
ranty, auto. Appear-
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17 wheels, power
windows/locks, Many
upgrades, $17,500
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Lexington 1812 '90,400
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Regency 2495 136,900
2&3 BDR Duplex's available


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.



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$600! 94 VW Jetta
$500! For listings call
(800)366-9813 Ext
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2006
6 speed manual, 29K mi,
ext war, CD changer, sat-
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1985 FORD -auto.,
new tires and rebuilt en-
gine. Great work truck or
for teenager. $900 obo
626-4503

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.


LIKE NEW!
Chrysler PT
Cruiser-2002
Limited Edition,
leather, moon
roof, loaded,
27k orig miles,
one owner,
local car. $7,500
850-529-8366


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