<%BANNER%>
The Santa Rosa press gazette
ALL ISSUES CITATION SEARCH THUMBNAILS PAGE IMAGE ZOOMABLE
Full Citation
STANDARD VIEW MARC VIEW
Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028408/00407
 Material Information
Title: The Santa Rosa press gazette
Sometimes published during Apr. 1984 as: Milton press gazette
Portion of title: Press gazette
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Milton Newspapers
Place of Publication: Milton, Fla
Creation Date: December 10, 2008
Publication Date: 1984-
Frequency: semiweekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Milton (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Santa Rosa County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States of America -- Florida -- Santa Rosa -- Milton
 Notes
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 76, no. 104 (Mar. 29, 1984)-
 Record Information
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 33399204
lccn - sn 95047208
System ID: UF00028408:00407
 Related Items
Preceded by: Milton press gazette

Full Text








(Santa Roa's Press
m, M


*"'** ****ALL FOR ADC 320
EXP 2/m12010
IBRAR,-Y OF FLORIDA HiSTO U
.POE BOXE FL-
AmiNESViLLE- FL 326il


century!


3d&e Yace, Milto

and Sagdad
Hellol If you are not a regular subscriber to
the Santa Rosa Press Gazette there is no need
for alarm. We are mailing you this copy with our
complements.
This is something we do at the Press Gazette
about twice a year.
After looking at this copy, if you are interest-
ed in subscribing to the Press Gazette, we invite
you to call our offices at 623-2120 to start your
subscription.


Wednesday, December 10, 2008 w w w. srpressgaz ette. com 50 cents



Commissioners weigh alcohol law


By JENI BOOKER SENTER
and BILL GAMBLING
news@srpressgazette.com

The Santa 1Rosa County Com-
missioners met on Monday to
discuss the combination of three
liquor ordinances. Local busi-
nesses spoke up in support of an
across-the-board ordinance that
would offer the same distribu-


tion days and times for both ends
of the county; while opponents
to the change spoke up about
reasons the existing ordinances
should remain in effect.
Currently the only times alco-
hol sales are prohibited on Na-
varre Beach is from 2:30 a.m. to
7.a.m. each day.
The Santa Rosa Tourist De-
velopment District, which is the
mainland part of Santa Rosa


County, allows alcohol sales
from 7 a.m. to midnight Monday
through Saturday and from noon
to midnight on Sunday.
Businesses in the rest of San-
ta Rosa County's unincorporat-
ed areas are not allowed to sale
alcohol from midnight Saturday
to 7 a.m. on Monday.
Those holding licenses to
sell alcohol, particularly at res-
taurants in the unincorporated


areas outside of Navarre Beach
and the Santa Rosa Tourist De-
velopment District, have felt the
ordinances are not fair to the
tourists who visit the rest of San-
ta Rosa County as far as sit down
dining establishments.
The only change to any laws
pertaining to alcohol since the
original ordinance was passed
involved allowing alcohol in the
Navarre Park Area along High-


way 90 during specific events
such as Fun Fest and other
events as approved and meet-
ing certain requirements with
the county and the county parks
department.
B.W Spears, the owner of B
Dubb's on Ward Basin Road in
East Milton, addressed the San-
ta Rosa County Commissioners
See ALCOHOL A4


More pictures

from the Milton


P...... Parade '' -

Page A4


Photos by BILL GAMBLING and JENI SENTER I Press Gaette

Christmas in Paradise was the theme as sev-
eral floats, vehicles, and walking units strolled
down Stewart Street in Milton Saturday night
during the Milton Christmas
S Parade. A visit from'San-
to Claus wrapped the
entire parade which
took more than an
hour Saturday night to
make its way along
the parade route
with lots of smiles
Sfor everyone to
brighten the holi-
dayseason.


O Jim Fletcher ba h o
) Publisher
623-2120 .
' fletcher@pressgazette.com


Printed on
recycled
paper


TABLE OF CONTENTS
Obituaries..................................... A2 Lifestyle.......... .................... B1
Religion ................ A Classifieds.............................Ac��. B13
Opinion ................... A6 Sports....................................... A13


Six arrested


for failed assault


and burglary


By BILL GAMBLING
bgamblin@srpressgazette.com

Santa Rosa County depu-
ties arrested six individuals
after they allegedly going to
a home on Sixth Ave. in Pace
with the intent to avenge the
injury of a friend.
Joshua Wayne Blanton,
21 of Pensacola, Kevin Glenn
Gammel 11, i9 of Pace, Bryan
Adam Hardy. 20 of Canton-
ment, Eric Lee McKinney,20
of Pace, and Zachary Taylor
Peloquin, 19 of Pace, were
all charged with felonies
of throwing a missile into a
dwelling, vehicle, building,
or aircraft, criminal mis-
chief with property damage
over $1,000, armed burglary,
and wearing a hood or mask
on the property of another,
,which is a misdemeanor.
All six were involved
Jn the Wednesday night
disturbance just before
11 p.m. were individuals
were seenbreakingwindows
andvandalizing the trailer of


Warren Dale Hill.
After Hill exited a neigh-
bors trailer, where he was
watching television, due to
the noises outside, he -ob-
served a large man wearing
a white jacket with a yellow
hoodie take a baseball bat
and bust out his kitchen win-
dow.
All of the individuals
were wearing mask so Hill
according to the Santa Rosa
County Sheriff's Report
could not identify them.
As the individuals ran
away a white SUV which
was parked by the roadway,
also sped away.
Inside the trailer was
Kyle Cooley, who was star-,
tled while watching televi-
sion when he heard a loud
banging on the front door
as if someone was trying to
get in.
Afterabaseballbatbroke
the kitchen window Cooley
said bricks came through
all the other windows.
See ARRESTED A4


Second candle


extinguished on


fire safety tree


A brush fire in the 4200
block of Coachman Road
in East Milton marks the
second candle extinguished
on the "Keep Your Holidays
Bright" fire safety tree.
SantaRosaCountyEmer-
gency Communications re-
ceived a call from a resident
at 12:35 p.m. Monday report-
ing the fire was threatening
his home, a repair shed and
several RV's. East Milton
Fire was the lead responder
with assistance from the Di-
vision of Forestry Bagdad,
Harold and Skyline fire de-
pai-tments.
Crews were able to pro-
tect the structures and
vehicles and the fire was
reported contained at 2:31.
p.m. and the fire was still not
classified as under control
by the Division of Forestry
at 7 p.m. Fifteen acres were
affected by the fire.
Preliminary reports


FREEDOM
FLONEWSPAPERSIDACTIVE
NEWSPAPERS*INTERACTIVE |


point to coals dumped out-
side from a fireplace caused
the fire.
Residents are reminded
that during times of dry veg-
etation, high-winds and low-
humidity, wildfires can start
and spread quickly. When
you clean your fireplace,
please follow these tips:
*You should always place
discarded fireplace ashes
in a heavy metal container,
moisten the ashes and cover
the container with a metal
lid. Never use a paper bag,
a cardboard box or a plas-
tic trash bag in the clean-
ing process. Never use a
vacuum cleaner to pick up
ashes.
*Ashes should be kept in
a metal container outside,
away from the house to cool.
Your garage, house, or deck
arti. dangerous locations for
See FIRE SAFETY A4


Volume
100
Issue 70


I11111t 111111
in=. 135


Your only h






A2 I Santa Rosa Press Gazette


Local


Wednesday, December 10, 2008


Read it

online at

www.srpress

gazette.cam


Speak OUT


Saturday, 11:14 a.m.
This is Raymond. I want-
ed to reply to the article onr
the homosexuals who were
adopting the boys. The only
.,right a homosexual/les-
bian has is to be on their
knees and praying to God
to change their unnatural
lives. That is the only right
they have. They are trying
to be something in a world


Lightning Kills!

When a storm approaches, and lightning is
present:

-Stay away from open high ground and isolated
trees.
-Slay away from water, including lakes and
rivers. Slay off the beach and out of boals.
-Do not seek shelter in a convertible car or golf. .
cart. . � .
-Stay away from doors, windowsland all metal .
objects, including pipes and faucets.
-Stay off corded telephones and away from all
electrical devices, like televisions and computers ,,
iPods, DVD and CD players. ... :'



EQUITY ACCOUNTING, INC.

ENROLLED AGENTS
THE TAX PROFESSIONALS
SPECIALIZING IN COMPLICATED TAX MATTERS
& IRS REPRESENTATION
OVER 70 YEARS COMBINED EXPERIENCE

S. RICK FAIRCLOTH, EA, ATA, ATP 4430 IHWY. 90, SUITE H
DEBORAH JACOBS, ACCOUNTANT PACE, FL 32571
CRYSTAL GEORGE, ACCOUNTANT (850) 995-8848






S ,flol ASoas- Oer


Tues:.- Fri. o-6,,Sat. (o-4

4495 Chtamcckla Hwy.

(850) 995-9(60 -.


Mary A


Call or Come By and
See Us Today!


4371 Fifth Avenue
Pace, FL 32571
(850) 994-9737
www.security-finarice.com


created by God of what
you are instead of what
you are not.

Saturday, 10:38 a.m.
Good morning this is
Norman. I hope a board
member with Santa Rosa
Medical Center reads this
and does something with
the speed bumps they in-
stalled. I spoke with the
man in charge of main-
tenance about the speed
bumps and my concern.
We have a brand new car
and we do not appreciate
it being damaged. This
was Nov. 14th and I even
pointed out to the man
the damage. He argued
the bumps are up to regs,
but they are not. He said
he was working with the
man who built them. That
was over a month ago. I
have never sued anyone,
but if my car gets dam-
aged one more time he
and the hospital will hear
from my attorney.

Saturday, 10:01 a.m.
Yes, this is Nita. What
has happened to com-


mon sense and the cour-
tesy of people? Where
did the words please,
thank you, excuse me,
and holding open a door
for someone coming in
or out of a building go. I
have been slammed in
doors to many times to
count. And adults please
take care of your chil-
dren. What on earth is
this world coming to?
Thank you.

Friday, 12:08 p.m.

Yes this is from
Pace. I am finally glad
someone has spoken out
about the rudeness of
the court and deputies
at the front door of the
courthouse. I spoke with
the sheriff and he said he
would speak with them
the following Monday
morning. They seem to
have no respect for the
public. Thank you very
much.

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


Obituary


Roy Franklin McCraney


Beloved Father and
Grandpaw Roy "Frankie"
McCraney departed this life
on Tuesday, Dec. 2,2008.
He is proceeded in
death by his father-Henry
J. McCraney Sr. and wife-
Glenda Pittman McCraney.
Survivors include
his mother-Vernell
McCraney of Rock Creek,
AL and 2 brothers-James
McCraney of Rock Creek
AL. and Jack (Norma)
McCraney of Milton, FL.
3 daughters Melanie
(Dean) Brown of Holt,
FL, Amanda (Metch)
Bushey of Jay, FL, and
Shelley (Wayne) Phillips
of Brewton, AL. Also 2
son-PJ. (Wanda) Waldrop
of Brewton, and Joseph
Freeman of Pennsylvania.
He leaves behind'10
grandchildren-Carlos
Waldrop, Chris Phillips,
Chad Phillips, Cameron
Phillips, Collin Phillips,
Autumn Bushey, Hope
Waldrop, Cassie Brown,
Shara Brown, and Cody
Brown. He also leaves
behind a special friend,


Glendia Powell. "Our
Dad and Paw-Paw will be
greatly missed."
Funeral services were
conducted Saturday,
December 6, 2008 at
2:30 p.m. at the Chapel
of National Cremation &
Burial Society with Rev.
Manuel Bennett and Mr.
Tony Tompsen officiating.
Interment followed in
Spring Hill Cemetery. The
pallbearers were Lloyd
Saben, Allen Waldrop,
Joseph Androw, Buddy
Jordon Jr., Rodney
Crawford, and Tony
Tompsen. Honorary
pallbearers were Bill
Patterson, Buddy Morrell,
and Jamie Whitehead.
The family received
friends at the funeral home
Friday, December 5, from
5 until 7 p.m.
National Cremation &
Burial Society of Milton
has been entrusted with
the arrangements.
Let the family know you
care. Sign the guest book
under news/obituaries at
www.srpressgazette.com_


Elected OFFICIALS


County Government

COUNTY COMMISSION
* District 1: Jim Williamson, 4351
Berryhill Rd., Pace, FL 32571; Phone:
932-1340. E-mail is comm-william-
son@santarosa.fl.gov.
* District 2: Bob Cole, 8651 River-
stone Rd., Milton 32583; phone 983-
1877. E-mail is comm-cole@santa-
rosa.fl.gov.
* District 3: Don Salter, 6000 Chu-
muckla Hwy., Pace, FL. 32571; phone
994-6426. E-mail is comm-salter@
santarosa.fl.gov.
* District 4: Gordon Goodin; 6467
Avenida De Galves, Navarre, 32566;
phone 939-4949. E-mail is comm-
goodin@santarosa.fl.gov.
* District 5: Lane Lynchard, 6495
Caroline St. Suite M, Miltoin 32570,
phone 932-1340. E-mail is comm-
broxson@santarosa.fl.gov
The Santa Rosa County Commis-
sion meets at 9:00 a.m. on both the
second and fourth Thursday of each
month. The leaders meet in commit-
tee at 9:00 a.m. on Monday's preceed-
ing the Thursday meetings. Meetings
are held in commission chambers of
the Administrative Complex on High-
way 90. Phone 983-1877 for informa-
tion or to reach their offices.


State Government

* Representative Greg Evers: 5224
Willing St., Milton 32570 983-5550
Email evers.greg@leg.state.fl.us
* Senator Durell Peaden Jr., 598
N. Ferdon Blvd, Suite 100, Crest-
view, 32536, 850-689-0556 - sun'
com-675-7930






Jim Fleti
Publisher
(850) 393-3
Santa Rosa's ifletcher@si
Press Gazette Carol Ba
6629 Elva St. Office M
Milton, FL 32570 Offi850)ce M
(850) 623-
cbornes@sr

TELEPHONE NUMBERS
All offices ................. (850) 623-2120
Clossifieds ................ (850) 623-2120
Editorial Fox.............. (850) 623-9308
Ail other faxes ...........(850) 623-2007

SUBSCRIPTION RATES
Oney ar(incounty).................... $34
Six months (in county)................. $17
13weeks(incounty).................... $8.50
Senior Citizen (over 62)


One year .................. .................. $28
Six months ................ ............... $14
13weeks.......................... .......... $7


COPYRIGHT NOTICE
* The entire contents of Santa Rosa's
Press Gazette, including its logotype, are
fully protected by copyright and registry


* Governor Charlie Crist: PL05
The, Capitol, 400 S. Monroe St., Tal-
lahassee, FL 32399 (850) 488-4441.
Email: fl_governor@myflorida.com



Federal Government

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

SENATE
* Senator Mel Martinez: 356 Rus-
sell Senate Office Building, Washing-
ton D.C. 20515 phone (202) 224-3041
fax (202) 228-5171
* Senator Bill Nelson: Room 571,
Hart Senate. Office Building, Wash-
ington, D.C.G20510; phone (202) 224-
5274, (fax) (202) 224-8022.

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


School Government

SCHOOL BOARD
* District 1: Diane Scott, 5710


Munson Highway, Milton 32570,983-
0413. E-mail is scottdl@mail.santa-
rosa.kl2.fl.us.
* District 2: Hugh Winkles,'5684
Nicklaus Lane, Milton 32570, 623-
.6299. E-mail is winkleseh@mail.san-
tarosa.kl2.fl.us.
* District 3: Diane Coleman, 9400
Octavia Lane, -Navarre 32566, 939-
2661. E-mail is colemanmd@mail.
santarosa.kl2.fl.us.
* District 4: JoAnn J. Simpson,
5059 Faircloth Street, Pace 32571,
994-5446. E-mail is simpsonjj@mail.
santarosa.kl2.fl.us.
* District 5: Edward Gray III-
1 Gray Oaks Lane , Gulf Breeze,
FL 32561 850-932-6287. 'E-mail is
grayem@mail.santarosa.k12.fl.us. .
The Santa Rosa County School
-Board meets at 6:30 p.m. on the 2nd
and 4thThursday at 5086 Canal St.,
Milton. Phone: 983-5000.


City Government

* Milton City Hall, Mayor Guy
Thompson, 6738 Dixon Street, Mil-
ton, FL 32570. (850) 983-5400. Interim
City Manager, Brian Watkins.
* Gulf Breeze City Hall, Mayor
Lane Gilchrist, 1070 Shoreline Drive,
Gulf Breeze, FL. 32561. (850) 934-
5100. City Manager, "Buzz" Eddy.
* Town of Jay, Mayor Kurvin
Qualls, 3822 Hwy. 4, Jay, FL 32565.
(850) 675-2719.

Contact information for your
elected officials appears in every Sat-
urday edition of the Santa Rosa Press
Gazette: Know your leaders, stay in
touch.


SANTA ROSA'S PRESS GAZETTE STAFF


cher

3654
rpressgazette.com

trnes
inager
-2120
pressgazette.com


Miss a paper?
Circulation
Jim Flecher
(850) 623-2120

Want to subscribe?
(850) 623-2120

To buy back issues
(850) 623-2120

To place a classified ad
(850) 623-2120'


and cannot be reproduced in any form
for any purpose, without prior, written
permission from Santa Rosa's Press
Gazette.


Bill Gamblin
Editor
(850) 377-4611
bgamblin@srpressgazette.com

Debbie Coon
Lead Account Exec.
(850) 393-3666
dcoon@srpressgazette.com

AT YOUR SERVICE
To buy a display ad
Debbie Coon, Greg Cowell
(850) 623-2120

To buy a photograph
(850) 623-2120

Internet
www.srpressgozette.com

Office Hours
8 a.m. to 5 p.m.,
Monday through Friday


* Santa Rosa's Press Gazette (USPS
604-360) is published twice weekly
on Wednesday and Saturdays for $34
per year (in county) by Florida Freedom


Greg Cowell
Account Exec.
(850) 910-0902
gcowell@srpressgazette.com

Jarred Oliver
Account Exec.
(850) 910-0902
joliver@srpressgazette.com


To get news in the paper
Bill Gamblin
(850) 623-2120 or (850) 377-4611
Email: news@srpressgazette.com
Short items: briefs@srpressgazette.com

Church News:
church@srpressgazette.com

Weddings, engagements
and anniversaries:
briefs@srpressgazette.com

Sports: sports@srpressgazette.com


Newspapers Inc. Periodicals postage paid@t
Milton, Florida. POSTMASTER: Send address
changes to: Santa Roso's Press Gazette, -
6629 Elva Street, Milton, Florida, 32570'


.4


- j
nn W. Tom W.



Ounce for Ounce - Compare and Save!
The top-quality & top-value pain creme


Blo.Iqers Wa

Community
minded writers r
any age to
propose
blog
ideas.


Call
Bill Garmblin
623-2120
or email , ^ H i
bgamblin@srpressgazette.co



6629 Elva St. * Milton, 32


.






.Wednesday, December 10, 2008


Local|


Santa Rosa Press Gazette | A3


Sheriff's REPORT


The following is a list of felo-
nies beginning Nov. 20 until Nov.
30, 2008
Cannon, Kimberly Mary;
Female; 41; 4724 Bellview Ave.,
Pensacola; Homicide-Wilful Kill-
Murder Not Premeditated No
Felony Offense, Homicide-Wil-
ful Kill-Murder Premeditated.
11/20/08
Delue, Paul Scott; Male; 53;
6040 Nutmeg Ave., Pace; DUI,
Flee Elude LEO at High Speed.
11/20/08
Rainey, Brian Derek; Male;
3-5; 4529 Brian St, Pace; Drive
While Lic Susp Habitual Offend-
er. 11/20/08
Corley, Eual David; Male; 41;
8160 Tidwell Rd, Pace; Fraud-Ut-
ter False Bank Bill Note Check
Draft. 11/20/08
Dees, Jennifer Ann; Female;
32; 4897 Ward Basin Rd, Milton;
Fraud-Impersonate-Use/Pos-
sess ID of Another W/O Consent,
Forgery Obtain Controlled Sub-
stance By. 11/20/08
I McGee, Corinna Lauren; Fe-
male; 20; 5437 Byrom St, Milton;
Public Order Crimes-Accessory
Aft The Fact 3rd Deg Fel Lvl 3 to
10. 11/20/08
Stone, Warren Michael; Male;
37; 8134 S. Airport Rd, Milton;
Damage Prop-Crim Misch $200
and Under,, Burgl of Unoccupied
Dwelling Unarmed .No Asslt/
Batt (2 cts.), Larc-Theft is $300
or More But Less Than $5,000
(2 cts.), Stolen Prop-Dealing in
Stolen Property (2 cts.), Damage
Prop-Crim Misch Over $200 Un-
der $1,000. 11/20/08
May. Sr., Don Paul; Male;
38; 5032 Mulat Rd, Milton; Out
of State Fugitive From Justice.
11/21/08
Romero, Daniel Manuel;
Male; 37; 16 W Maine St, Pensac-
6ola;. Sex Offense-Victim 12 YOA
Up to 15 YOA. 11/21/08
, Toyens Robert Anderson;
Male; 28; 6691 Walker St., Milton;
-Damage Prop-Crim Misch-Over
$200 Under $1,000 Subseq Off.
11/23
Ward, Jr., Sterlin Britt; Male;
18; 7339 Hwy. 90, Milton; Battery-
Cause Bodily Harm, Damage
Prop-Crim Misch Over $200 Un-
der $1,000, Burgi With Assault or
Battery. 11/21/08
Wingo, Scott Nelson; Male;
.38; 100 Cobbler Dr, Newman,
GA; Larc-Theft is $300 or More


But Less Than $5,000, Fraud-
Swindle Obtain Property $20,000
Less Than $50,000, Fraud-Utter
False Instrument. 11/22/08
Wilson, Roxanne Marie; Fe-
male; 42; 7201 Wheel Side Circle,
Pensacola; Possess Cocaine,
Resist Officer W/Out Violence.
11/08
Dunlap, Joshua Daniel; Male;
24; 5517 Grace Street, Milton;
Lewd & Lascv Battery. 11/08
Brown, Latoshia Eylaine; Fe-
male; 40; Homeless. Probation
Violation-Felony. 11/21/08
Carter, Jr., Jessie James;
Male; 18; 5452 Bluebird St, Mil-
ton; Failure To Appear for Felony
Offense. 11/21/08
Stough. Nicole Elizabeth;
Female; 32; 4802 Huron Dr., Pen-
sacola; Probation Violation-Felo-
ny. 11/21/08
Dickson, Richard Delee;
Male; 28; 6781 East Gate Rd.,
Milton; Drugs-Possess Listed
Chemical for Manufacture Cntrl
Subs. 11/21/08
Enfinger, Phillip Bryant;
Male; 21; 5633 Chanterelle Cir,
Milton; Probation Violation-Fel-
ony 11/21/08
Higgins, Kyle Henry; Male;
30; 4845 Friendly St. Pace; Bat-
tery On Person 65 Years of Age
or Older (domestic violence).
11/21/08
Konig. III. Kenneth Edward;
Male; 41; Homeless. Probation
Violation-Felony. 11/21/08
Branson. Jr., John Lee;
Male; 38; 2969 Hwy. 4, Jay; Pos-
sess Marijuana Over 20 Grams.
11/23/08
Cheatham, Roshandia
Lashea; Female; 27; 8357 Coun-
try Walk Dr, Pensacola; Drive
While Lic Susp Habitual Offend-
er. 11/21/08
Cummings, Michelle Cum-
mings; Female; 35; 4270 Dana
Street, Pace; Larc-Grand Theft
$10,000 or More Less Than
$20,000. 11/21/08
Freeman. Jr., James Leon;
Male; 35; 6093 Syrcle Ave., Mil-
ton; Burgl Unoccupied Convey-
ance Unarmed, Larc-Theft is
$300 or More But Less Than
$5,000. 11/21/08
Lepinav, Denise Marie; Fe-
male; 40; 2014 Downing Dr., Pen-
sacola; DUI. 11/23/08
Harrell, Tommy Ray; Male;
34; 2669 Cool Springs Cir., Na-
varre; Cocaine Possess With In-


tent to Sell Mfg Deliv Etc Sched-
ule II. 11/22/08
Lay, Johnathon Bryce; Male;
18; 5917 Castle Dr., Milton;
Drugs-Possess Cntrl Sub W/O
Prescription. 11/22/08
Davala, Maghen Hallene; Fe-
male; 25; 6012 Oakwood Dr., Mil-
ton; DUI Alcohol or Drugs 2nd
Off. 11/23/08
Reese, Thomas NMN; Male;
31; 5317 Yancy Dr., Pace; DUI.
11/22/08
Sisca, Michael Anthony;
Male; 41; 5667 Crestwood Dr,
Milton; DUI Alcohol or Drugs
2nd Off. 11/22/08
Adkins, William Kenneth;
Male; 40; 6268 Anderson Ln, Mil-
ton; Obscene Material-Possess
Photograph of Sexual Perfor-
mance By Child, Cruelty Toward
Child-Direct Promote Sexual
Performance By Child. 11/24/08
Casey, Randy Doyle; Male;
31; 5173 Ward Basin Rd, Mil-
ton; Probation Violation-Felony.
11/24/08
Crumpton, David Christo-
pher; Male; 17; 6632 Cedar St.,
Milton; Probation Violation-Fel-
ony. 11/24/08
Guyse, Melissa Christine; Fe-
male; 32; 4054 Dawson Rd, Mil-
ton; Probation Violation-Felony.
11/24/08
Jackson, Thomas Dewayne;
Male; 28; 6643 Ridgecrest Dr.,
Milton; Out of State Fugitive
From Justice. 11/24/08
Porter, Eric Lamar; Male; 38;
3830 Diamond St., Pace; Proba-
tion Violation-Felony. 11/24/08
Simmons, Willis Lamar;
Male; 50; 4093 Vern St., Pace;
Probation Violation-Felony.
11/24/08
Vandenakker, Mike Pabia;
Male; 25; 3360 La Leyenda Ct,
Gulf Breeze, Probation Viola-
tion-Felony. 11/24/08
Wilbanks. Brian Edward;
Male; 22; 4016 Chickadee St.,
Milton; Veh Theft-Grand 3rd De-
gree. 11/24/08
Dowden, Michelle Lynn; Fe-
male; 36; 5069 Phoenix Dr., Mil-
ton; Drugs-Possess Cntrl Sub W/
0 Prescription, Narcotic Equip-
Possess And or Use. 11/24/08
English, Clay James; Male;
21; 8566 Maddox Rd., Milton; Pro-
bation Violation-Felony. 11/24/08
Ray. Jr Joe Wheeler; Male;
14; 6774 Harvell St, Milton; Bur-
glary Unoccupied Structure


Unarmed, Larc-Theft is $300
or More But Less Than $5,000.
11/24/08
Schatz Brian Richard; Male;
41; 307 Washington Ave., Gulf
Breeze; DUI. 11/24/08
Thomas, Jr.. Austin Kefauver;
Male; 66; 6446 East Bay Blvd.,
Gulf Breeze; DUI and Damage
Property. 11/24/08
Marinini. Denna Faye; Fe-
male; 44; 12715 Scenic Lake
Dr., Jay; DUI Alcohol or Drugs.
11/24/08
Holl1ey Charles Edward;
Male; 56; 4760 Landmark Ln,
Pace; Drive While Lic Susp Ha-
bitual Offender. 11/25/08
McGinnis, Raymond Lee;
Male; 37; Shanon Rd, Navarre;
Larc-Theft is $300 or more But
Less Than $5,000. 11/25/08
Riddle, Jason Wayne; Male;
31; Homeless; Battery on Officer
Firefighter EMT, Etc. (2 cts.),
Battery on Detention Facil Em-
ployee W/ Fluids. 11/25/08
Davidson, James Jerome;
Male; No Address Given; DUI.
11/25/08
Vermillion, Andrew Wesley;
Male; 15; 6068 E. Cambridge
Way, Pace; Veh Theft-Grand 3rd
Degree, Larc-Grand of Firearm.
11/25/08
Stansell, Candis' Melisa;
Female; 29; 9827 Utopfa Drive,
Pensacola; Larc-Theft'is $300
or More But Less Than $5,000,
Opium or Deriv-Traffic 4 Grams
to Under 30 Kilograms. 11/25/08
Anderson, Douglas Ray;
Male; 48; 4687 Fowler Dr., Pace;
Aggrav Battery-Person Uses a
Deadly Weapon. 11/26/08
Anderson, Shawna Marie;
Female; 18; 4017 Thomas St.,
Pace; Battery on Officer Fire-
fighter EMT Etc., Resist Officer
interfere W/ LEO with Violence.
11/27/08
Carter, Raymond Glen; Male;
62; 4020 Luther Fowler Rd, Pace;
Battery-Touch or Strike (domes-
tic violence) 2 cts., Asslt on Offi-
cer Firefighter EMT Etc., Resist
Officer With Violence. 11/30/08
Cruzata. Roberto; Male; 35;
1163 NW 28th St., Miami, FL;
Failure to Appear for Felony Of-
fense. 11/29/08
Fleischman, Paul Monroe;
Male; 31; 5564 Berrybrook Cir.,
Pace; Battery-Touch or Strike (do-
mestic violence), Kidnap-False
Imprisonment-Adult. 11/30/08


Huggins, Kimberly Revels;
Female; 29; 4659 Fowler Dr.,
Pace; Failure to Appear for Fel-
ony Offense. 11/26/08
Jones, Ora Kate; Female;
56; 4389 Pinevilla Circle, Pace;
Drugs-4 Grams Less 30 KG
Other Cntrl Substance, Cocaine-
Distribute Schedule II (2 cts.).
11/29/08
Mashburn, Kevin Lee Dan-
iel; Male; 24; 4985 Joiner Circle,
Milton; Out of State Fugitive
From Justice. 11/26/08
McGee, Nathaniel Lawrence;
Male; 34; 528 Levins St., Dallas,
OR; Probation Violation-Felony.
11/29/08
Pittman, Sherarose Kate; Fe-
male; 22; 8085 Coldwater Horse
Trail Rd, Milton; Aggrav Asslt
With Intent to Commit A Felony
(domestic violence), Damage
Prop-Crim Misch $1,000 or More.
11/28/08
Schartner, Travis William;
Male; 20; 5219 Victoria Dr., Mil-
ton; Shoplifting-Petit From Mer-
chant 2nd or Subseq Off, Drugs-
Possess Cntrl Sub W/O Prescrip-
tion. 11/26/08
Smith, Jeffrey Shane; Male;
5865 Senate Ct., Gulf Breeze;
Probation Violation-Felony.
11/26/08
Warrick. Jr.. Jeffrey Randell;
Male; 20; 11192 Chumuckla Hwy.,
Jay; Damage Prop-Crim Misch
$200 and Under, Burgl of Unoc-
cupied Dwelling Unarmed No
Asslt/Batt, Larc-Petit 1st Off,
Burgl-Dwelling Structure or
Conveyance Armed, Larc-Theft
is $300 or More But Less Than
$5,000, Larc-Grand of Firearm (2
cts.). 11/27/08
Wilder, Rickie Edward;
Male; 50; 5404 Empire Drive,
Pensacola; Failure to Appear
for Felony Offense, Larc-Theft
is $300 or More But Less Than
$5,000, Larc-Petit 1st Off, Fraud-
Utter False Instrument (2 cts.)
11/26/08
Williams, Jeffrey Wayne;
Male; 26; 4429 Hinote St., Milton;
Burglary Unoccupied Structure
Unarmed, Larc-Theft is $300
or More But Less Than $5,000,
Contrib Delinq Minor or Depen-
dency of. 11/26/08
Yazvac, Stephen Michael;
Male; 43; 6575 Robie Rd, Milton;
Aggrav Asslt W/Deadly Weapon
W/O Intent to Kill (domestic vio-
lence). 11/26/08


TROY UNIVERSITY

When we say "quality education, one student at a time," we mean it.

Join more than 30,000 students the world over who know Troy University

gets them farther faster.



Visit our newly renovated facility adjacent to the Navy College Office

on base at NAS Pensacola



9-week terms, affordable tuition, VA, FA and TA



Civilians are welcome to attend classes on base at NAS Whiting

thanks to its open door policy


The Pensacola Site offers SACS accredited:


BACHELOR'S DEGREES in:
* Resource and Technology
Management
* Political Science
* Criminal Justice
* Social Science
* Management
* Accounting
* Psychology


MASTER'S DEGREES in:

* Human Resource
Management
* Counseling and
Psychology
* Management
* Educational
Administration
* Public
Administration


UNIVERSITY
A future ofopportunities


VIITON O URLOATOS:
PESCOASIE NSPESCOAORg S HTIGFIL
850455586 *try. u


Your future begin''s now,






A4 I Santa Rosa Press Gazette


ALCOHOL from page Al


on Monday about combin-
ing the three ordinances
that separate the county
regarding alcohol sales
into one common rule.
"It would make sense
to keep the money in our
county rather than lose rev-
enue to those going across
the bridge to do business on
Sunday," he said.
Another local business
owner, Andrea Mason, pre-
sented the commissioners
with a petition signed by
over 4,000 Santa Rosa Coun-
ty residents in favor of "lev-
eling the playing field" for
businesses in both ends of
the county. She said over 200
businesses in the North end
of Santa Rosa would benefit
from the combination of or-
dinances.
Andy Leach, owner of
Ollie's and Fusion Wine
and Spirits, said changing
the ordinance could create
an additional $1 million in
revenue for the county and
create an additional 100 to
125 jobs.
"If this ordinance vari-
ance doesn't pass, in 2009
we may have to add an ad-
ditional 42 residents to the


unemployment lines and we
could even be forced to close
in this tough economy," he
says.
Carol Daughtry owns the
Pace Beef O'Brady's and
she says she and her hus-
band John opened the es-
tablishment 19 months ago.
"We provide 52 jobs to
Santa Rosa County, includ-
ing four full-time managers,
but over the last 90 days, our
sales have dwindled and
nine employees had to be
let go. Customers are driv-
ing over the bridge to spend
their Sunday dollars. Three
other businesses in our pla-
za have recently closed due
to economic troubles. Any-
thing we can do to improve
the revenue to our county
will help. By putting all of
Santa Rosa County on equal
footing, you will be bringing
money back to Santa Rosa
County," she said.
Since voters in Santa
Rosa County have legalized
alcohol sales, any variance
from the original ordinance
passed has met strong op-
position from a group of
leaders led by Hickory Ham-
mock Baptist Church Pastor


Local


Wednesday, December 10, 2008


FIRE SAFETY from page Al


Carl Gallops.
Gallops in previous
meetings with the commis-
sioners reminds them of the
promise they made when
the ordinance was passed
they would not allow any
variances.
Gallups was the first to
speak up opposing the vari-
ance. He also referenced
the possibility of a revote on
the wet-dry ordinance.
"What we are experienc-
ing today is exactly what we
expected when the county
went wet. This is not the
magic bullet to all of our eco-
nomic woes. The ground-
swell is coming and there is
a distinct possibility that the
issue will be put back on a
ballot. There is a great pos-
sibility that the voters of the
county will vote for us to go
dry again," said Gallups.
The Board of Commis-
sioners voted to table the
discussion until Thursday's
board meeting in order to
gather additional informa-
tion from citizens and busi-
nesses, as well as other
community leaders. The
public hearing is scheduled
for Dec. 11 at 9:30 a.m.


ashes to cool. After ashes
have cooled in a metal con-
tainer, it is necessary to find
a suitable dumpsite.
*Never dump fireplace
ashes until they have had
at least three days to cool.
*Even after three days,
great care should be given
in selecting a dumpsite.
Wooded areas should al-
ways be avoided in order
to prevent the possibility
of a costly forest fire.
Santa Rosa's Keep Your
Holidays Bright campaign
focuses around a Christ-


mas tree decorated with
electric candles. Each
time firefighters respond
to a working residential
fire or large wildfire caus-
ing fire damage, a candle
will be "extinguished" and
replaced with a card noting
the basic details of the fire.
Each fire department in
Santa Rosa County includ-
ing Allentown Volunteer
Fire, Avalon Fire/Rescue,
Bagdad Volunteer Fire,
Berrydale Volunteer Fire,
the City of Milton Fire,
East Milton Fire and Res-


cue, Gulf Breeze Volunteer
Fire, Gulf Coast Emergen-
cy Services- NAS Whiting
Field, Harold Volunteer
Fire, Holley-Navarre Fire
District, Jay Volunteer
Fire, Midway Fire Protec-
tion District, Munson Vol-
unteer Fire and Rescue,
Inc; Navarre Beach Fire,
Pace Fire/Rescue District,
Skyline Fire and Rescue
District, Division of Forest-
ry, and Lifeguard Ambu-
lance Service are working
together to promote holi-
day safety.


ARRESTED from page Al


A newborn was lying on
the couch next to Cooley
when all of this took place,
and there is no indication
of the child suffering any
injuries.
During the onslaught
one of those charged no-
ticed the baby in the house
and started telling every-
one else to stop.
Deputies apprehended
Blanton as he ran through
the woods between Fifth
and Sixth Ave.


After being read his
Miranda rights, Blanton,
who stated he wouldn't
"Snitch on my homeboys",
told officers that he and
four of his friends went to
Nine Mile Road Billiards
and started talking about
Hill because he stabbed
Eric McKinney on Oct. 17
of this year.
Apparently Hill had
been talking trash about
Blanton and his friends
and the longer they were


at Nine Mile Billiards the
madder they got.
After going to another
residents off of Diamond
St. they decided they
wanted to get some pay-
back as and Jacqueline Di-
ane Mitchell, 20 of Pace, is
reported to have given the
five a ride to Hill's home to
carry out their attempted
robbery and assault.
As of press time it is un-
known if Mitchell has been
arrested and charged.


A hearing device





Don't miss a single like no other

sound this holiday


Enjoy the gift of better
hearing from be by
ReSoundT. A hearing j
device like no other, 1,
be by ReSound is the
alternative to traditional
hearing aids.



SBY RESOUND




Tubing

Wires encased in flexible
transparent tubing curve with
natural contours of the ear,
keeping be by ReSound safely
in place and virtually invisible. be by ReSound
is virtually invisible
in the ear


Microphone

Uniquely placed within the helix area of the
ear, the microphone benefits from natural
protection against excess wind noise.

Ergonomic, tapered housing


4493 Woodbine Road * Pace, FL 32571
850-994-0942


. Doctor of Audiology 4493 Woodbine Road * Pace, FL 32571
" ...vm~alalssa~ialssr/fs��yltmll^*vl!*s,.. ;,.**IV ..7 i,'n' -.-s "s.- '" " s's'~~ps'- ' *..'.'- T, ,-- ^~ ..'. .L-^ -_, , : - , '. -- ',-*a-~s^ . . .,.-T "; ... ~ - - ~ - " . "fi" , "**"'_ "


Milton Christmas PARADE


4

V






Wednesday.~~~~~~~~~~ Deebr1,20 e at oaPesGzteIA


UF flourishes at



Milton campus


The University of Florida Milton Cam-
pus is educating students to become
tomorrow's leaders. Believe it or not,
the price of a UF degree is considerably
lower than local and nationwide universi-
ties. The University of Florida in Milton
offers a Bachelor of: Science degree in
three fields of study: Natural Resource
Conservation (wildlife, forestry), Land-
scape and Nursery Horticulture, and
Golf and Sports Turf Management. Even
if you are not interested in pursuing a
four-year degree, anyone can take classes
and learn about the exciting, cutting-edge
science being offered at the UF Milton
Campus.
The UF Milton Campus program start-
ed in 1996, and they have graduated more
120 students who now are leading exciting
"careers in natural resources arnd environ-
* mental sciences.
"Our students learn from our nation-
ally recognized professors who bring
'cutting edge research information into
*the classroom. Our classes have a low
student to teacher ratio which provides
for a better learning environment. We
Limit enrollment to our courses so we
can provide the very best classroom
',experience for all students," said Dr.
Jeff Mullahey, director of the UF Milton
'Campus.
"Students transfer into the UF Milton
'Campus after completing their AA degree
from a two-year institution like Pensacola
Junior College. To be admitted to the UF
Milton Campus, students are required to
maintain a minimum grade point aver-
age and have completed certain prereq-
uisite courses in science and math. After
becoming a UF Milton student, you will
experience a mentoring environment
with endless scholarship opportunities
for students seeking their Bachelor of
Science degree. In fact this semester
S90 percent of our students are receiving
scholarships to off-set tuition and expens-
es," said Kat Campbell, degree program.
recruiter.
"All classes are scheduled convenient-
. l in the evening hours to allow students
i who work fulltime jobs during the day
to continue their education. UF Milton


classes meet one time a week or on-line
via e-learnihg which further assists the
student's lifestyle and reduces their trav-
el expenses to and from classes. Our stu-
dents even find time to participate in UF
Milton student club events, and commu-
nity activities," said Robin Vickers, events
coordinator.
Whether you are currently in school,
'already employed but want to make a
career change or just brush up on some
new technologies, or you would like to
learn more about Florida's ecology, plant
propagation or how to manage athletic
fields, the University of Florida Milton
Campus can help you reach your ca-
reer goals. To learn more about the UF
Milton Campus program you can visit
their Web site, miltongators.com, or you
can call Ms. Kat Campbell at 983-5216,
ext. 109.


I Grooming Stiots not required
-'. ucInudi's

oNil ( in, cBathiec, ears ckaned cut, fiov diw anal
glad daid Starting at $35*J oiloenaO' ppinig $5


Flea Control & ''
P Nutritional Products


5933 Grah a Lane i iton, K
8.5Mon. - Sat,


Closed
Tues., Thurs. & Sun,


(South of traffic sgnal off Avalon Blvd. Behind Santa Rosa Plumbing)


626-6072
wvw.premierpetgrooming. com-i


Parade 2
(store) c
LI.


&


-J
aU

a Santa Rosa Plumbing

Avalon Blvd


*,4


*


HARDWARE


Santa Rosa Press Gazette I AS


SfLocal


Wednesday December 10, 2008










A6 I Santa Rosa's Press Gazette


ini on


Wednesday, December 10, 2008


OUR VIEW



Say what you



want, but



follow rules

Forgive us while we wave a white flag, but
it is getting rather dangerous in the newsroom
lately.
Things have gone just a little array when
it comes to the Speak Out line in the Press
Gazette.
As a staff, we love hearing from our readers when
they dial us at 623-5887 to leave a comment.
Speak Out was created several years ago,
as a venue for 'citizens to leave comments
about things which bother them. We envisioned
a place where folks would call and gripe
about those who leave shopping carts in the mid-
dle of parking lots, about those who forget to take
care of pets during the holidays and other such
lighter-side items. And that's the way it worked for
years.
Unfortunately, the comments have strayed the
original intent of the Speak Out line.
Readers' comments are more than welcome in
the Press Gazette - always have been and always
will - but some comments (by their very nature)
require a name and an address.
Increasingly, we are finding we must omit Speak
Out comments because they are of an inflammatory
nature.
We want to give everyone a friendly remind-
er: Speak Out is intended for short comments
about things you see which' are a concern for
you.
Good examples of the use of Speak out include
the caller who noted the high grass on Highway 90,
the caller who pointed out a traffic light seemed to be
"stuck" at one intersection and the caller who asked
why political signs were still up weeks after the elec-
tion.
More and more, the public seems to want to use
the anonymous nature of Speak Out to make com-
ments about other people-comments they would
never make if their name was associated with the
statement.
When you call the Speak Out line, a friendly
voice greets you and lets you know this is for a short
comment.
These comments are intended to be no more than
30 seconds.
Longer comments are always welcome, but
they should be mailed (or emailed) to us with
a signature, address and phone number for
verification.
Other subjects which seem to be of recent in-
terest such as the hunters in Blackwater, a stu-
dent changing schools and not being on a baseball
tdam, the attitude of the deputies at the courthouse,
and more are better candidates for a letter to the
editor.
Some of the things phoned in have been impor-
tant. If fact, we get quite a few of our story ideas from
those of you who call.
While we're on the subject of rules, please only
call the line one time per issue. People sometimes
call multiple times so they can get 10-minutes of re-
cord time. Any message that requires that much re-
cording time, is more a candidate for a letter to the
editor.
Basically, when you call Speak Out, it is answered
by a machine We then replay those messages to
transcribe it into the paper.
It is quite comical when we transcribe one
call, move on to the next and notice it is the
very same voice, but identified as a different
person.
Frankly, our Speak Out line is one of the most
popular parts, of the paper-and has been since we
began. When first created, we expected to get four
or five calls per week. We sometimes get 30 per
issue.-
People often tell us it us it is the first thing
they read. We're overjoyed you enjoy this,
but ask you keep it to topics for which it was
created.
Anything else, write it down, sign it, send us your
name, address and phone number and, chances are,
you'll see it'in print.



We want you to share your views

SHAREYOUROPINIONS


on the above topic(s) - or any topic - with other
Santa Rosa's Press Gazette readers. Your
views are important, too.

Send your letters to:

LETTERS.TO THE EDITOR
6629 Elva Street
Milton, FL 32570

Fax: (850)623-9308

SLetters may be edited for content for to fit the


available space. For a letter to be published, you must
sign your name and include your phone number and
address so we may contact you for verification, if
necessary.


A Prayer
May I offer a prayer to
my dear Heavenly Father
in hopes readers will stop,
and meditate thereon dur-
ing these difficult times in
our country.
"Thank You, Lord, for
all You've given me...I am
blessed! I am grateful for
loving relationships, for
Your daily provision but,
most of all, for Your hand
of mercy and grace, and
unconditional love! I know
that I am worthy of all
these bountiful blessings
not because of what I've
done, but because of who
You are and what Jesus
Christ has done on Your be-
half. I am eternally thank-
ful for Your presence in my
life. My prayer for myself
and everyone is to grow
closer to You than ever
before! In Jesus' name,
Amen."
Would all that would en-
ter His (God's) gates with
thanksgiving, and into
His courts with praise. Be
thankful to Him, and bless
His Name! (Psalm 100:4)
God bless you all as
only He can!
CHRYS HOLLEY-
Milton, Fla.


w qu 0 0


4w lb 0. , W


40


S %Ju Unt w.,nrup an m plunmrnnt


- ~- - -

-M - -
-dw-4b


-


- 4m-


- Available from Commercial News Providers .-


- ww,- ~

___ - -


.~ -


- --C
- -


- - - - - - - -
..-- * - - a* -
a - -*
- - * - *
-- - * * -
S- C - - - - -
a - -~ -


- - -
C -. -~ C - -


-- - -
-- a *-
C - -C


- -nnn. -MO
bQ e Q- * - -


46. . .. C -pdi 41
- - -* *-

w. . . ~ -.*
-.MEN.
.W


C.-dip


- - -


4-p


- d_


* C. C C - C. C -
S - - . - -M


C- - - C -
- - C.
C.- C.- - C .- -
0 -C ----0-
--C - C
- - C


e .
4010. .
-D - 0- v ft

- w - -
Cw - -
Sp 0-
-0-00-01-


- - . -


- - -~ ~
* C - - -
- - --0.~ C.
* C. - *


C- -~ - -
- - - . C

- * - - --


- - - -*
dip



- -


C -~
- - m -

- - -.

~ C C - - C
- C.~

C
* - C - -


-C - ~
- - w. - ~
- - - C


C.- ~ - -
U C - -~ -.5
C -- - C
* - - -
- - - a


Affirmative Action
With the new African-
American president-elect
Barack Obama, questions
have been raised about
the equality between the
races within universities.
Perhaps America is not
as racist as we thought
since we did just elect an
African-American man
as. our president. In
light of this feat, should
civil rights measures like
affirmative action still
be used institutionally?
The effect of affirmative
action ultimately dete-
riorates the education of
black students, acts as a
divide between the rac-
es, and causes problems
for blacks in regards to
employers.
Once Kennedy signed
the executive order in
1969, universities began
to admit more black stu-
dents to prove their lack
of prejudice. Admission
quotas for black students
are formed for institutions
and positions are taken
from more qualified candi-
dates. Applicants to insti-
tutions should be judged
on their credentials and
merits, rather than skin


color. Unqualified African-
Americans who enter some
universities may not be
prepared for the college's
curriculum. If blacks are
admitted on the basis of
their race alone, they may
find that their academic
background is insuffi-
cient to the material they
must cover. For instance,
students may not get ac-
cepted into MIT because
of low math SAT scores.
Such students would not
be prepared for the rigor-
ous mathematical curricu-
lum MIT has arranged for
their students and would
struggle with the work-
load. Students should be
admitted based on their
high school achievements
and test scores rather
than by their ethnicity by
birth.
If a University wants
to create a truly equal
campus, all incoming ap-
plicants must be judged
alike. This applies not only
to admission, but to grad-
ing as well. Any method
that shows favor towards
another race ultimately
destroys the integrity of
their academic career. In
Allan Bloom's Closing the
American Mind, Bloom


touches on the effects
such favor has on black
graduates. Bloom writes,
"The university degree of
black students are tainted
and employers look on it
with suspicion." Employ-
ers understand that de-
grees of black students
might not be as credible
because they are evaluat-
ed on different standards.
This unnecessary stan-
dard for black students
creates a divided line with
white students.
The tragic understand-
ing for the Black students,
who have the qualifica-
tions for universities, is
that they are lumped to-
gether with those who do
not. Bloom writes that they
become, "second class citi-
zens" because everyone
doubts their merits. The
election of Barrack Obama
shows that minorities can
reach the most power-
ful position in the world
without the handicap of
affirmative action. African
Americans do not need fa-
vors from whites in order
to succeed in the United
States.
DAVID TATUM
Milton, Fla.
N <


* - Copyrighted Material "

- Syndicated Content -


Your VIEWPOINTS


--- I -


A





Wednesday, December 10, 2008


Kornerstone


Santa Rosa Press Gazette I A7


PACE CHRISTMAS PARADE


,. y Tu.IAS-,

, . , 6




_ * '*A , "
,,7UDEE RIES


PILL II u DLINF press xGazetue
Several church organizations turned out to participate in local Christmas Parades this past Saturday in Pace
and Milton. Here are some of the photos from the Pace Christmas Parade on Saturday afternoon.


Immanuel Baptist presents 'We Beheld His Glory'


Written By Gladden Summerlin
The Adult Christmas Choir of Im-
manuel Baptist Church in Pace will
present "We Beheld His Glory" at
6 p.m. Saturday and Sunday, Dec. 13
and 14.
Musically, "We Beheld His Glory"
combines the old and the new as it
tells the story of the coming of the
King. You will sing along in your head
with several songs along the way, and
you will enjoy both the quiet warmth
and the majestic power of songs that
will be brand new to you.
The choir will stray from the
main theme of the evening at several
points along the way. They will go


back to the late '50s and briefly visit
some old friends as they begin an-
other season of Christmas celebra-
tions. The choir will look at some of
our modern Christmas celebrations
and revisit some cherished tradi-
tions as we count down the top seven
ways Christmas is enjoyed in Amer-
ica today.
"We Beheld His Glory" will re-
acquaint the audience with some of
the old familiar friends of the Christ-
mas story such as Mary and Joseph,
lowly shepherds, exalted Sages from
the East, angels on the hillside and
Immanuel, "God with Us," the infant
Jesus. It will bring back some more
recent friends to mind, and, if you


pay attention, it even might have you
looking at yourself.
Young and old, this event is for
everyone. The church hopes you
will laugh - it will be OK if you cry
- and our fondest hope is that you
will be reminded to find room in your
heart for the most wonderful truth of
the season, the reason for all the ac-
tivity and excitement. God loves you,
and He sent His Son.
Come and bring a friend with
you to "We Beheld His Glory" at Im-
manuel Baptist Church. Doors open
at 5 p.m. The church is located on
Highway 90 in Pace, directly across
from the Winn Dixie Shopping
Center.


Olivet Baptist choir


to perform Dec. 14

Special to the Press Gazette
Sunday, Dec. 14, at 11 a.m. the Olivet Baptist Church
Sanctuary Choir will present "The Love of God, at
Christmas!" Masterfully arranged and orchestrated
by Russell Mauldin, this 40-minute musical reminds us
of the greatest theme in all the world, the topic whose
depths of meaning can never be adequately explored,
and that is God's Love.
From the greatest theologian to the newest believ-
er, no words describe the beauty and wonder of what it
means to be loved completely by the Creator of the uni-
verse. That embodiment of God's love is Jesus, and the
night Jesus took on our flesh and came to us as a baby
made it possible for each of us to know God's love!


,Ask the Preacher
' ' ...a weekly column answering youi
questions with Biblical answers about life.

Dear Pastor Gallups, "What does the Bible say
about fasting?" - U.Y. - Bagdad
Dear U.Y.,
Fasting means self-denial by going without food
for a period of time. The origin of fasting as a reli-
gious practice is unclear, but both the Old and New
Testaments of the Bible mention a number of
instances of fasting for various reasons.
Some of the most common Biblical instances for
fasting were for distress, grief, spiritual preparation
and repentance.
In both the Old and New Testanients, fasting is
seen as useful for humbling oneself as a sign of com-
mitment or repentance and for increasing faith, espe-
cially when accompanied by prayer. However, fasting
was not to be considered an end in itself, nor a substi-
tute for obedience to God and living a righteous life.
Jesus said that fasting, like prayer, should be done
in private and not for show (Matthew 6:16-18). John
the Baptist's disciples routinely fasted according to
Jewish custom, but Jesus .and His disciples did not.
However, Jesus said His disciples would mourn and
fast after He had left them (Matthew 9:14-15; Mark
2:18-20; Luke 5:33-35).. We know that the early
Christians practiced fasting at least occasionally (Acts
13:3, 14:23, 2 Corinthians 6:5, 11:27).
Despite the tradition of fasting in the Bible, and
Jesus' references to it, the New Testament teachings
do not require fasting, and neither Jesus nor His disci-
ples made fasting an obligation on the part of the
believer. However, a tradition of partial fasting on cer-
tain days dates back to the early days* of Christianity.
Church teachings and traditions about fasting vary.
Many Catholics observe partial fasting traditions dur-
ing Lent (the period between Ash Wednesday and
Easter). Orthodox Christians observe even more fast-
ing days. Most Protestant and New Testament church-
es do not have any firm rules or traditions about fast-
ing. However, even some New Testament churches
have been called to prayer and fasting for certain
events and prayer requests.
In short,, fasting can be useful and a powerful spir-
itual experience in one's walk 'with the Lord Jesus.
However, there appears to be no Biblical requirement
on the New Testament Christian to fast. It is a highly.
personal matter between the believer and the Lord.
� Carl Gallups is the Pastor of Hickory Hammock Baptist Church. in Milton. He has a Bachelor of
Science degree from Florida State University, and a Master of Divinity from Tile New Orleans Baptist
Theological Seminary. He has been pastor of HHBC since 1987. He serves as an International Youth
Evangelist for the Southernm Baptist Convention preaching all over the U.S. and Canada. For more informa-
tion about HHBC, call 623-8959 or 626-8951, fax: 623-0197. If you have any questions for Ask The
Preacher, send it to: Ask The Preacher, Hickory Hammock Baptist Church, 8351 Hickory Hammock Road,
Milton, Florida 32583-paid advertisement


oIrw


'4


"The people you KNOW ond TRUST with youw pwesuiptions.


THE HEARING DOCTOR,

"The Doctor of Audiology Serving Santa Rosa County for 10 Years"


* Free Hearing Test
* Sales, Service and Repairs on all Makes and Models
of Hearing Aids
Sabrina Kaestle Peterma
* All Insurance Accepted Au.D.. BC-AB


Berryhill


.ln,
BA


Park k Avenue

PHARMACY, Inc.



623-2222

5440 Dogwood Drive * Milton, FL 32570
(Winn Dixie Shopping Center)









o * , .'''



s "'-


626-4327 ?
medical Plaza * 5937 Berryhill Rd.


*';0 ,


tr ftPultaltrnio

mi amid �llar.
� - .0 - .;;


, merin.i
'- llif\wL ,
M'< d \ -,l.l.F






A8 I Santa Rosa Press Gazette


Rllsiness


Wednesday, December 10, 2008


McVay Motors attracts buyers with price cuts


By OBIE CRAIN
ocrain @srpressgazctte.coi()
With inventory levels at an
all-time high and prices that in-
dividuals and families can afford
even in these tough economic
times, it's no wonder McVay Mo-
tors in Pensacola is quickly be-
coming one of the most popular
pre-owned vehicle dealerships
.in the area for drivers seeking
reliable and affordable, personal
transportation.
Located at 6511 N. W St. in
Pensacola, just a hop, skip, and
jump south of the Highway 29
exit of Interstate 10, McVay Mo-
tors is easily accessible to shop-
pers from both east and west in
the Car City area.
General Sales Manager Jerry
Mitchell, who lives in Milton with
his wife Pam, says he wants to
alert shoppers in the local area
who are looking for a good, de-
pendable, pre-owned vehicle to
the market which McVay Motors
has established at its W Street
location.
The facilities of a three-acre
lot and 10,000 square foot build-
ing with access from both W
Street Marcus Point Boulevard
present a unique and attractive
setting for anyone who wishes to
browse among the inventory. And
with approximately 180 units cur-
rently in stock, chances are any
serious shopper will find some-
thing he or she likes.
"'Inventory is slightly high
right now," Jerry said a few days
ago. "We ordinarily carry about
150 to 160 units in inventory at any
given time, but we have upward
of 180 or so on the lot available
to the public right now." Jerry
says that although the dealership
places heavy emphasis on trucks,
there are vehicles that will vet
the curiosity and imagination of
drivers of all persuasions
"Although we do feature a spe-
cialty in trucks, we have all kinds
of transportation vehicles from
the inexpensive, economy types
to luxury vehicles," Jerry pointed
out. And with its 24-year-old repu-
tation of honesty and integrity in


6511 North W Street
Pensacola, Florida 32505


dealing with the public, McVay
Motors has become a strong and
reliable name that it takes pride
in.
"When you deal with McVay
Motors, you're dealing with rep-
utable people who are experi-
enced and knowledgeable about
the industry and especially what
they're selling," Jerry points out.
In fact, Jerry has 32 years of
dealership and sales manage-
ment experience in the North-
west Florida and South Alabama
areas, and he knows the business
from inside out. A good knowl-
edge of the area environment
and how it relates to vehicles and
driver habits gives Jerry the edge
when it comes to making sugges-
tions to customers who are about
to make one of their most impor-
tant investment decisions of buy-
ing a vehicle.
Although Jerry is not a true
Native Son of Santa Rosa County,
he has been here since 1959, and
his wife is a lifelong resident.
"Our relationship to the county
and its people make it a home


that we both are very proud of,"
Jerry said. "We've developed a
strong bond in its economy with
my wife being in business there,
and of course we have friends
and family that makes us a part
of it. It's a great place to live."
And as with most any other in-
dustry, McVay Motors has devel-
oped a strong Internet influence.
It would be foolish to attempt to
list every item in inventory on the
Internet, but they depend heav-
ily on it to get the word out about
their product. They list about 60
vehicles on their Website at any
given time. Visit them on their
Website at www.McVayMotors.
com and see how extensively
each vehicle that they havelisted
is described
"As a matter of fact we sell
nationally," Jerry pointed out.
"We've sold in and shipped to a
number of states, including Cali-
fornia. We've also shipped to Can-
ada and have made sales as far
away as Nova Scotia, the United
Kingdom, and Belgium."
Jerry says they shop and


purchase heavily from the new
car dealerships for a lot of their
inventory, but they also work all
the Southeastern auctions as
well. Careful purchasing, atten-
tion to quality, and strong detail-
ing give them the edge when it
comes to an attractive vehicle
that will serve its owner well.
McVay Motors conducts a
strong wholesale as well as retail
business, and Jerry says he takes
care of the transportation needs
of a number of personal and com-
mercial connections in this area.
Walk-in browsers are welcome,
and several financing options are
available at the dealership. "We
have bank financing, credit union
financing, and some secondary
financing plans," Jerry said, "and
we are sure that there is one
that suits the need of most any
individual."
. Business hours are from 9
a.m. to 5:30 p.m. Monday through
Friday, and from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.
on Saturday. "We invite calls and
questions and look forward to
hearing from our friends in this


area who are in the market for a
pre-owned vehicle," Jerry. said. ,
Even if you're not familiar with
the Pensacola-Car City areas, you'
can't get lost. Turn south from In-
terstate 10, right on W Street and.
watch for McVay Motors after
you pass the Rave Theatres and
the Escambia County Emergen-.
cy Services Center where there
will be a blinking light. After you
round the curve, McVay Motors-
will be on your right., the west side-
of W Street and across W from'
the Pensacola First Pentecostal
Church facilities.
Of course if you're driving
from Pace on Highway 90, sim-
ply turn south on Highway 29
and follow the same direction
agenda.
"We'll be looking forward to
having our friends come over
and look over the inventory that
we have on the lot," Jerry in-
vites. "If we can be of any further
assistance, give us a call at (850)
477-5633. We're also on the Inter-
net at www.McVayMotors.com.
Visit us soon!"


"With Mediacom,
you'll be ready for the
digital transition on .
February 17, 2009."


digital ca


* Free HD channels
* Over 3,000 tree
anytime moi. es
with On Demand

fE qMHD ws M
E flPai~ EB'').* f *lyrn


* VIP speeds up to
10 Mbps
* Fas-ter surfing
with Web Boost


* Unlimited
nationwide calling
* Includes 13
most popular
calling features


-.dSci Fi HO


UW..


each just


$29.95*

a month


'A


ble


online


phone


HISIORI
tbs HD
�W,.nH


-* p if


C


A�11LLlTHilEiiES^TlFEATURES AT AN





*iunieatSaufle prceB






Wednesday, December 10, 2008 Local Santa Rosa Press Gazette I A9


ewt


kids?


Your purchase of these special-edition
books and exclusive plush characters
goes further than purchasing plush at
typical retail prices, since 100% of the 2
net profits from these items will be
donated to support children's health
and education initiatives nationwide. ohl's
Cares
for kids-

















MARGRET eT N.A.REYS
6O W MARG N RET&T 8HA.Rays











For nore initbination on Kohl's community giving, visit wwwv.kollscorporation.com. Kohl's Cares for Kids,@
merchandise is not eligible Ibr discounts or other promotional incentives. Styles may vary by store. While
quantities last: sorry no rain checks. Curious George and related characters, created by Martret and H. A. Rev.
are copyrighted and trademarked by Houghton Milllin Haroiurt Publishing Company and used under license.
Licensed by Universal Studios Licensing LLL. All rights reserved.


I I
~t~t~na "' ~ ~'a2t' *"', ~ ~- 4rj~p ~ t�4i. i7~ M 's-'~ ~ 4


Wednesday, December 10, 2008


Local


Santa Rosa Press Gazette | A9


i .





A1 0 I Santa Rosa Press Gazette Local Wednesday, December 10, 2008


SRAFC makes all to artists, entertainers, performers


Special to the Press Gazette
The Santa Rosa Arts and
Culture Foundation, Inc.
(SRACF) in its mission to vital-
ize, promote and enhance the
arts and culture in our county
announces its "First Call" to all
artists, entertainers, perform-
ers, historic and ethnic cultural
groups, vendors and volunteers
who would like to participate in
the 21st Anniversary River Walk
Arts Festival scheduled to be
held on the weekend of March
14-15, 2009 along the banks of
the Blackwater River in historic
downtown Milton's River Walk
Park. This event draws tens of
thousands to the historic down-


town Milton area for a weekend
of delight that embraces the
sights, sounds and aromas of
an old time Festival in the best
Southern tradition!
Milton, Florida, established
in 1825 as a trading post on
the banks of the Blackwater
River was once the hub of a
river-based economy produc-
ing bricks made from local clay,
harvesting virgin yellow pine
lumber and turpentine stores
along with other lumber related
industries including building
ships and assorted products.
Settlers came from many di-
verse cultural backgrounds to
mingle with the remnants of the
Native populations.


The 21st Anniversary River
Walk Arts Festival will celebrate
arts and culture heritage with
spirit and flair on Sat. March
14th and Sun. March 15th, 2009,
in downtown Milton's River Walk
Park. Artists, musician, dancers
and story-tellers will gather to
share their talents and you are
cordially invited to join them!
A juried Fine Art Show will fea-
ture classic categories compet-
ing for cash prizes, while the
Traditional Folk Art Exhibits
will offer demonstrations and
sales of heritage art forms. We
welcome history buffs to visit
Civil War encampments and the
Blackwater Pirates lair, as well
as walking tours of local historic


districts. The Milton 1909 L&N
Depot Museum Complex, cel-
ebrating its 100th anniversary,
offers one of Northwest Flori-
,.da's finest collection of railroad
artifacts and rolling stock, not
to mention a model railroad Gift
Shop - only minutes from down-
town.
Application forms are now
available on our websites www.
santarosaarts.org and www.
sracf.org (simply click on
forms) or are available by call-
ing (850) 623-8493, fax (850) 623-
4098. Space is limited so please
pass this message on to friends
and make a speedy response.
In addition to visual art, we in-
vite writers, musicians, danc-


ers, actors, story-tellers and
others to join us. If you are part
of an historical or ethnic cul-
tural group that would like to
perform or exhibit, please let
us know. The "CONTACT US"
page on the website is for your
convenience and is checked
daily.
The City of Milton, Santa
Rosa Arts and Culture Foun-
dation and Navy League Santa
Rosa County Council join in
welcoming you to celebrate
the 21st Annual Riverwalk
Arts Festival, March 14th and
15th, 2009 in historic downtown
Milton, Florida. Contact: Pat
D'Asaro at (850) 623-8493 or
Jan Dempsey at (850) 623-3711.


'Live United' in hard times


Special to the Press Gazette
When times are tough, the
need for nonprofit services
accelerates and United Way's
support of local nonprofits
becomes essential. As United
Way of Santa Rosa County's
(UWSRC), annual campaign
draws to a close, community
members are being asked to
Live United by giving back
and helping locals in need.
The Live United movement
is more than just a tag line:
"Give. Advocate. 'Volunteer.
Live United." It's a credo,
asking others to give if they
can, advocate on behalf of a
good cause, and to volunteer
their time for a worthwhile
goal. What it boils down to is
neighbors helping neighbors,
since donations to UWSRC
always benefits residents of
Santa Rosa County.
"As we celebrate the Live
United campaign this year,
now more than ever, is the
time to give," said Meg Pel-
tier, Gulf Breeze resident
and UWSRC board member.
"No matter how much or
how little you can spare, your
gift will make a difference to


someone. Thank you for sup-
porting United Way of Santa
Rosa County, where we Live
United!"
Currently, UWSRC is un-
dergoing some holiday ini-
tiatives including Coats for
Kids, Toys for Tots, and Mon-
eyCents financial workshops
to get people through the
tough season. Locals wishing
to contribute coats for Coats
for Kids can drop their dona-
tions off at the Gulf Breeze
Chamber of Commerce, Our
Lady of the Assumption,
Publix and St. 4nn's Catholic
Church. Residents are also
encouraged to be on the look
out for Toys for Tots donation
boxes.
In addition to these pro-
grams, UWSRC provides
the following: Cram the Van
school supply drive, Day of
Caring volunteer day and
First Call for Help. This one-
stop information and referral
service helps point callers in
the direction of organizations
or 'agencies that can assist
with needs ranging from hous-
ing, employment, personal as-
sistance, etc. The number for
First Call is 983-7200.


Fundraising professionals honor

local philanthropists


By JENI BOOKER SENTER
jsenter@stpressgazette.com
More than 50,000 people at
over 100 events across North
America celebrated the 22nd
anniversary of National Phi-
lanthropy Day� in November
to remind the public about the
importance of giving and volun-
teering, especially during diffi-
cult economic times.
National Philanthropy Day,
coordinated by the Association
of Fundraising Professionals
(AFP), acknowledges the valu-
able contributions that chari-
table giving and volunteerism
have made to society.
Nonprofit organizations were
invited to nominate a "Heart of
Gold" recipient, an individual
who has gone above and beyond
and is specifically chosen by the
nonprofit for recognition:
* PJC Foundation recognized
Karen Hendrix
* Covenant Hospice recog-
nized Wal-Mart Associates of
Northwest Florida
* Alzheimer's Family Servic-
es recognized Taris Savell


* University of West Florida
recognized Nancy Fetterman
This year, the West Florida
Chapter of the Association of
FUndraising Professionals,
along with Buzz Ritchie, emcee
of the event, recognized several
individuals and organizations.
* The Kobacker Family Foun-
dation received the 2008 Out-
standing Philanthropic Legacy
award.
* Gulf Power Corporation
received the 2008 Outstanding
Charitable Corporation award.
* Kevin Doyle received the
2008 Outstanding Volunteer
Fundraiser award.
* The Sansing Foundation
received the 2008 Outstand-
ing Philanthropic Organization
award.
* Bobby and Suzanne Kahn
received the 2008 Outstand-
ing Philanthropist of the Year
award.
AFP West Florida Chapter
appreciates the sponsors that
helped make National Philan-*
thropy Day possible this year:
Studer Group, Synovus Trust,


Alzheimer's Family Services,
Autism Society, Baptist Health-
care, BRACE, Covenant Hos-
pice, Pensacola Junior College,
United Way of Escambia County,
and the University of West Flor-
ida.
First celebrated in 1986, Na-
tional Philanthropy. Day beghn
with a presidential proclama-
tion from Ronald Reagan. 4Ce-
lebrities such as Bob Hope have
served as National Philanthmopy
Day spokespersons. Songwriter
Marvin Hamlisch even wrote an
official theme song for the day:
"Now More Than Ever." ,
"We are blessed to be part of
such a generous community,"
said Kristina Robison, chair
of National Philanthropy Dpy.
"Philanthropy.has been respon-
sible for so many incredible
achievements locally, nationally
and globally. It's important that
we take a moment to recognize
those that make- it possible' for
the nonprofit organizations .in
our community to keep provid-
ing services."
For more information on AFP,
visit www.afpwestflorida.org. ;,


'4.


ALTERNATIVE HEALTH

FOOD STORE


5533 Hwy. 90 Pea Ridge * 994-3606

Cow bq m& see ow New G ete F Fme R4 Sectio

"Where educated natural health choices are made."
Vitamins * Minerals * Herbs * Organic Foods * Natural Health Books


Naturally Preparing

For Stress & Anxiety

L-THEANINE For relaxation and stress relief. Works in 15 to
18 minutes.

SHTP Helps to alleviate anxiety, attention deficit, depression,
obsessive - compulsive, and panic disorder.

STRESS-END Helps to alleviate anxiety, fatigue, nervousness,
stress, and neuromuscular disorders.

RESCUE REMEDY Is used for when you receive sudden bad
news, bereavement, fearful, confused or when you need to be
in a better frame of mind. Also good for pets.

CRYSTAL STAR RELAXTM elps support the nervous system
for a sense of well-being. Calm your nerves and soothes your.
tension.

SLEEP ASSURE Helps you to relax in tranquility as you drift
off into restful sleep.
Mon.-Fri.: 9:00 a.m.-6:00 p.m.,
Sat.: 9:00 a.m.-3:00 p.m.

Jimmie D. Hill, Ph.D, Natural Health Consultant
Dennis Reynolds, Herbal Specialist
Deanna Gilmore, Manager./ Herbal Specialist 2
DeAnn Hammond / Natural Health Specialist


decision



(andsave)i:
wfik1p10


Get premapproved to



negotiate the best



end of year deal!


FEDERAL CREDIT UNION



*APR=Annual Percentage Rate. Rates based on an evaluation of applicant's credit and may vary.
Other rates and terms available, Call for more information.

www.penair.org


(850)505-3200
Membership Eligibility Required.


lAuto-Loun Rates

As low (is



014PP,



41 5u lo

TERMS LIP TO 3� 1110AITHS


I





Wednesday, December 10, 2008


Local


Santa Rosa Press Gazette I A 1


Seniors encouraged to review their health care coverage


With just one month left
in the Medicare Annual En-
rollment Period, the Florida
Department of Elder Affairs'
SHINE program is reminding
Florida Medicare beneficiaries
to evaluate their health care
needs carefully.
Every year, Medicare benefi-
ciaries have the opportunity to
rnmake'changes to their Medicare
Prescription Drug or Medicare
Advantage Plans during the
enrollment period, which ends
Dec. 31. SHINE (Serving Health
Insurance Needs of Elders) en-
c6dirages Medicare beneficia-
ries to review their benefits for
a variety of reasons. Individuals
often experience subtle changes
in their health over the course
of the year, which might change
the kind of care they need. This
could directly affect their need
for more or less health insur-
ance, the types of prescription
drugs they require or their ac-


cess to particular doctors or
pharmacies. Such health chang-
es also can increase costs for
beneficiaries, which can be par-
ticularly critical for Medicare
beneficiaries on fixed incomes.
SHINE counselors provide
free, unbiased one-on-one in-
surance counseling and com-
munity. education regarding
Medicare options and prescrip-
tion drug assistance for elders,
their family and caregivers. '
"With our changing eco-
nomic climate, it's more im-
portant than ever for Medi-
care beneficiaries to make the
most of their benefits, enroll
in any savings programs for
which they qualify and review
their current coverage," said
SHINE Director Alexandra
Kruse. "Our volunteer coun-
selors throughout the state
can help seniors assess their
eligibility for prescription sav-
ings programs and whether


or not changes to coverage
or benefits would lower their
costs."
When beneficiaries review
their Medicare coverage, they
should remember to prepare,
compare and decide.

Prepare
Medicare enrollees should
gather all the information they
need to compare and make deci-
sions about health and prescrip-
tion drug coverage. For instance,
they should gather a list of medi-
cations, a list of providers (includ-
ing doctors and pharmacies), and
any notices they have received
from Social Security or Medicare
about changes for next year. This
can make comparing plans a sim-
pler and effective process.

Compare
Seniors should compare their


plans against others available lo-
cally to be sure their current cov-
erage is still providing them with
,essential benefits. As beneficia-
ries review and compare plans,
they should consider whether
they are satisfied with the cost,
coverage and customer service
they currently receive.. Seniors
can compare all options and
search for plans in their area by
visiting the Medicare Web site at
www.medicare.gov. Those who
need assistance are encouraged
to contact the SHINE program
by calling Florida's toll-free El-
der Helpline at (800) 96-ELDER
(1-800-963-5337) and asking for a
SHINE volunteer counselor.

Decide
The final step for each indi-
vidual is deciding which plan is
right. To switch plans, beneficia-
ries should contact the plans they
want to join. Beneficiaries are


encouraged to act quickly so they
may have a smooth transition
into the 2009 benefit year. People
with Medicare can receive help
reviewing and enrolling in a plan
by attending a Medicare Annual
Enrollment event or contacting
Medicare's trained customer
service representatives at (800)
MEDICARE (1-800-633-4227).
SHINE also provides enroll-
ment assistance via one-on-one
counseling over the phone or in
person at designated counseling
sites and at enrollment events in
local communities.


Selling your home, downsizing your household, or

liquidating the estate of a loved one, we can help.



Auction Services
6148 Old Bagdad Highway L .Kr.... " ,ke
Milton, Florida 32583




* Real Estate * Estate Auctions * Personal Property Auctions


* Estate Sales * Business Liquidations * Charity/Benefit Auctions


WWW.FLORABAMAAUCTIONS.COM


(850) 626-7173 FL License # AU3207 AL LIcense #1901 (850) 572-9190



FA W NFAR 10 9 rG 1


i .'.i.*,,tI5~9'. ~ L~~~z'~1L ?~ J'v *~wi,4qrp~7., - - . -, --


ALWAYS ONLINE
Find local news 24/7 at
srpressgazette.com.


5�m-dw






A1 2 I Santa Rosa Press Gazette


Local


Wednesday, December 10, 2008


Military BRIEFS


Barnaby graduates
BMT in TX

Air Force Reserve Air-
man Thomas A. Barnaby
has gradu-
ated from
basic
military
training at
Lackland
Air Force
Base, San
THOMAS A. Antonio,
BARNABY Texas.
During
the six weeks of training,
the airman studied the Air
Force mission, organiza-
tion, and military customs
and courtesies; performed
drill and ceremony march-
es, and received physical
training, rifle marksman-
ship, field training exer-
cises, and special training
in human relations.
In addition, airmen who
complete basic training
earn credits toward an as-
sociate in applied science
degree through the Com-
munity College of the Air
Force.
He is, the 'son of Re-
becca Simoneau of Dalisa
Road, Milton, Fla.
Barnaby is a 2008
graduate of Milton High
School.

Bennett graduates
BMT in TX


TRACI L
BENNETT


Air
Force Air-
man Traci
L., Ben-
nett has
graduated
from basic
military
training at


Lackland Air Force Base,
San Antonio, Texas.
During the six weeks of
training, the airman stud-
ied the Air Force mission,
organization, and military
customs and courtesies;
performed drill and cer-
emony marches, and re-
ceived physical training,
rifle marksmanship, field
training exercises, and
special training in human
relations.
In addition, airmen who
complete basic training
earn credits toward an as-
sociate in applied science
degree through the Com-
munity College of the Air
Force.
She is the daughter of
Amy and Richard Bennett
of Anchor Drive, Navarre,
Fla.
Bennett is a 2004 grad-
uate of Lowndes High
School, Valdosta, Fla.

Copeland joins the US
Army DEP

Raith W Copeland has
joined the United States
Army under the Delayed
Entry Program. The pro-
gram gives young men and
women the opportunity to
delay entering active duty
for up to one year.
The enlistment gives
the new soldier the option
to learn a new skill, travel
and become eligible to re-
ceive as much as $50,000
toward a college educa-
tion. After completion of
basic military training,
soldiers receive advanced
individual training in their
career job specialty prior
to being assigned to their
first permanent duty sta-
tion.


The recruit qualifies
for a $15,000 enlistment
bonus.
Copeland, currently at-
tending Jay High School,
Fla., will report to Fort
Benning, Columbus, Ga.,
for basic training in June
2010.
.He is the son of Samuel
and Susan Copeland of
Perfect Acres Road, Mil-
ton, Fla.

Cortis graduates BMT
in TX,

Air Force Airman 1st
Class Tyler L. Cortis has
graduated
from basic
military
training at
Lackland /'
Air Force
Base, San
Antonio,
TYLER L. Texas.
CORTIS Dur-
ing the six
weeks of training, the air-
man studied the Air Force
mission, organization, and
military customs and cour-
tesies; performed drill and
ceremony marches, and
received physical training,
rifle marksmanship, field
training exercises, and
special training in human
relations.
In addition, airmen who
complete basic training
earn credits toward an as-,
sociate in applied science
degree through the Com-
munity College of the Air
Force.
He is the son of Mo-
nique Nadeau of Persim-
mon Hollow Road, Milton,
Fla.
Cortis is a 2008 gradu-
ate of Milton High School.


Lockart graduates
from BCT in KY

Army Reserve Pfc.
Joshua L. Lockart has
graduated from Basic
Combat Training at Fort
Knox, Ky.
During the nine-week
training period, the train-
ee received instruction
in drill and ceremony,
weapons, rifle marksman-
ship and bayonet training,
chemical warfare, field
training and tactical exer-
cises, armed and unarmed
combat, military courtesy,
military justice, physical
fitness, first aid, and Army
history, traditions, and
core values.
He is the grandson of
Mary E. Lockart and neph-
ew of Michael E. Lockart,
both of Jeno Road, Milton,
Fla.

Lorboon graduates
BMT in TX

Air Force Airman Opas
Lorboon has graduated
from basic
military "
. training at
Lackland
Air Force
Base, San
Antonio, a
Texas.
OPAS LORBOON Dur-
ing the six
weeks of training, the air-
man studied the Air Force
mission, organization, and
military customs and cour-
tesies; performed drill and
ceremony marches, and
received physical training,
rifle marksmanship, field
training exercises, and
special training in human


relations.
In addition, airmen who
complete basic training
earn credits toward an as-
sociate in applied science
degree through the Com-
munity College of the Air
Force.
The airman is a
2007 graduate of Choc-
tawhatchee High School,
Fort Walton Beach, Fla.

McIntosh graduates
BCT in OK

Army National Guard
Pfc. Jeffery McIntosh has
graduated from Basic
Combat training at Fort
Sill, Lawton, Okla.
During the nine weeks
of training, the soldier
studied the Army mission
and received instruction
and training exercises
in drill and ceremonies,
Army history, core values
and traditions, military
courtesy, military jus-
tice, physical fitness, first
aid, rifle marksmanship,
weapons use, map reading
and land navigation, foot
marches, armed and un-
armed combat, and field-
maneuvers and tactics.
McIntosh 'is the. son
of Charles McIntosh of
Saints Lane, Milton, Fla.;
and Melodee McCormick
of Garden Oaks Drive,
Austin, Texas.
In 2006, the private
graduated from the Santa
Rosa Adult School, Milton.

Nash graduates BMT
at Lackland

Air Force Airman Na-
thanial L. Nash has gradu-
ated from basic military


*0 * < At Santa Rosa Medical Center, we have a new look that
demonstrates our commitment to you. With many innovative
services, we are moving forward bringing our community the
quality and care they deserve.

Did You Know?
We have many Innovative services that go beyond traditional hospital services. ' -
* Wound Care
.* Urgent Care.
, C c,.ati.. nal Health
* Inpatient care for alcohol and chemical dependency (New Vision)
* Psychiatric Assistance for Seniors (Inspirations)


We have invested in the latest imaging technology.
, , 64 Slice CT Scanner
S:* Digital rMamogr3ph,'
. Bone Density


'I


Quality and customer satisfaction are measured throughout the hospital.
: Patient satisfaction scores at ah all-time high.
The top physician satisfaction scores in Northwest Florida.
. Perfect score of 100% on Prunc-.onia Pr .entioni.
SPerfct .core of 100, onr SLurgIcal infection Pre.ention
The Emergency Department and Surgery Departmerit scores are setting the race on qualit.. me:-ur.es
SPatient safety; continues to be 3 top 'ritort *..ith excellent outcomes.
Free wireless connect jit, fcr patienrits and . ts irc

Our surgeons bring the latest surgical advances to Santa Rosa.
Sr-ihnimlallvin.,asi-,.e H is.terEct'nm,
* Urog:, necolcg:,.
*Gastric ..Sleeve Bypass
* Hip and Knee Replacements .
.General surgery.
" , For more information
And we offer much more. For more iform ti
' Dit 31 Endoscopy (highest quSIit,'nimaginig available) call 850.626.5113.
SRehabilitation Services
* Outpatient Surgery
Pulmonary Function Testing
Obstetrics (Baby Suite)
* Emergency Services
* SCardiology.. P (. m Ior
SSafe Scan Pharmacy System (preventing medication errors).
All


, Laboratory


sa
*" ? ' �


training at Lackland Air
Force Base, San Antonio,
Texas.
During the six weeks
of training, the airman
studied the
Air. Force
mission, or-
ganization,
and mili-
tary ,cus-
toms and
courtesies;
NATHANIAL performed
L. NASH drill and
ceremony
marches, and received
physical training, rifle
marksmanship, field trainm-
ing exercises, and special
training in human rela-
tions.
In addition, airmen who
complete basic training;
earn credits toward an as-
sociate in applied science
degree through the Com-
munity College of the Air
Force.
He is the son of Antho-
ny Nash of Da Lisa Road,
Milton, Fla. "
Nash is a 2008 graduate
of Pace High School, Fla'.

Oronos graduates
BCT in SC

Army Reserve Spec. ir-
nest G. Oronos has gradu-
ated from basic corriat
training at Fort Jacks"n.
, Columbia, SC. I s
During the nine weeks
of training, the soldier
studied the Army mission,
history, tradition and core
values, physical fitness,
and received instruction
and practice in basic com-
bat skills, military weap-
ons, chemical warfare and
bayonet training, drill and
ceremony, marching, rifle
marksmanship, armed
and unarmed combat,
map reading, field tactics,
military courtesy, military
justice system, basic fist.
aid, toot marches, and field
training exercises
Oronos is the son of Ma-
ria Rogado of Woodn it-

See MtITARY Al
-AMERIPRISE FINANCIAL SERVICES
Dream "- Plan Track
A urnique and coilaborat.e
approach to finarciaiialn.
Ri:k Pas,:h
Finncial A.li.isor
5236 Wlinr Streel
Mlirorn, FL 32570
( 5,1 623 9600
Toil Free- 18661 894-9023
Fa' 18501 623-.610
1h, N.-o-JU - I
Ameriprise
Financil




S ARK NG.EJI. I E

To order ' pase call or i

850-994.7474

FaiardSquare
4273 Woodbine Rd.,
Pace, FL 32571



ACCOUNTING PLU
"A -n mart Solutini i

COLETTE PERR
OWNER / ACCOUNT

Coii lprt'ht'il .- t' i.i'tm,. ,111
JA'\ i /' * J/ r ,r ',lit bll l/ h


.6@ .Achieving Quality. Inspiring Care.





Wednesday, December 10, 2008


Local


Santa Rosa Press Gazette | A1 3


MILITARY
from page A12

St., Navarre, Fla.
, The specialist graduated in 2003 from Na-
varre High School, and received a bachelor's
degree in 2007 from the University of West
Florida, Pensacola.

Swindell graduates BMT at Lackland
AFB

Air Force Airman Jake K Swindell has
graduated from basic military training at
Lackland Air Force Base, San
Antonio, Texas.
During the six weeks of
training, the airman studied
the Air Force mission, organi-
zation, and military customs
and courtesies; performed
drill and ceremony marches,
' JAKE K. and received physical train-
JAKEWINDELL ing, rifle marksmanship, field
Training exercises, and special
training in human relations.
In addition, airmen who complete basic
training earn credits toward an associate in
applied science degree through the Commu-
nity College of the Air Force.
SHe is the son of Sandy M. Swindell of Mar-
quis St., Melbourne, Fla., and Jackie K Swin-
dell of Andrew Jackson Trail, Gulf Breeze,
Fla.

Weber graduates BMT in Texas

Air Force Airman 1st Class Matthew G.
Weber has graduated from basic military
training at Lackland Air Force
Base, San Antonio, Texas.
During the six weeks of
training, the airman studied
the Air Force mission, organi-
zation, and military customs
and courtesies; performed
drill and ceremony marches,
MATTHEW and received physical train-
6. WEBER ing, rifle marksmanship, field
training exercises, and spe-
dial training in human relations.
In addition, airmen who complete basic
training earn credits toward an associate in
applied science degree through the Commu-
nity College of the Air Force.
He is the son of Michael and Jeri Weber of
Navarre Parkway, Navarre, Fla.
Weber graduated in 2003 from Navarre
High School, and received an associate de-
gree in 2007 from Okaloosa Walton College,
Niceville, Fla.


UWF shuts down Blue Bears 67-61


The Argos took down Livingstone
College, 67-61, in the second day of the
West Florida Classic in the UWF Field
House. Victoria Hunt sunk 26 points in
the win, followed by Jessica Young with
12, and Amy Drake with 11.
Hunt and Jamie Freeman were
named to the All-Tournament team, as
Hunt totaled 48 points over two games.
As a team, the Argos were 43.5 percent
from the field, just trailing the Blue
Bears at 44.1 percent. West Florida
was out-rebounded by Livingstone, 37-
34 despite the victory.
Young provided strength for the
Argo defense, pulling down seven de-
fensive rebounds, while Freeman and
Drake each snagged five.
The win improves the Argos to 4-6
on the season.
The West Florida women's bas-
ketball squad fell, 83-80, to Eckerd
College in a heartbreaking overtime
thriller on Friday evening. Four Argos
scored into double digits, as Hunt led


WEST FLORIDA CLASSIC
ALL-TOURNAMENT TEAM
Jamie Freeman (UWF)
Victoria Hunt (UWF)
Asheka Hudson (Livingstone)
Olivia Nagle (Eckerd)
Kiara Parker (West Alabama)

the way with 22.
Hunt was 9-for-21 from the field in
the loss, as the Argonauts shot 45.6 per-
cent as a team. Drake tallied 17 points,
while Tiffany Williams just missed a
double-double with 13 points and nine
assists. Young added 11 points, fol-
lowed closely by Dominique Boykins
with nine.
The Argos were 46.7 percent from
the field in the first half, and trailed 42-
33 as they headed to the locker rooms.
West Florida had a sluggish start to the
second half, but a three-pointer from


Drake with five minutes to go gave a
much needed spark.
Two good free throws from Krissy
Diggs gave the Argos the momentum
to tie the game at 66 on a jump-shot
from Hunt. An Eckerd jump shot left
the Argos with a two-point deficit, but
Young's layup with two seconds on the
clock pushed the game into overtime.
The Argos took the lead in overtime
off a layup from Williams, but would be
unable to hold on. Back-to-back shots
from beyond the arc by Hunt left West
Florida with just a two-point lead, but
the Tritons stood strong to close out
the game.
The Tritons also had four players in
double digit scoring, led by Ashley Lutz
with 24. As a team, Eckerd barely out-
shot West Florida at 49.1 percent.
West Florida will take the court
again on December 13th at Florida
Southern, with a 2 pm tip off. More in-
formation on the game will be available
at www.GoArgos.com.


Argos surrender to Arkansas-Monticello


West Florida's men's basketball
team suffered their second straight
loss of the season, falling to the Uni-
versity of Arkansas-Monticello, 65-61.
The Argos were led by Ryan Henry
who tallied 16 points, in the loss.
Henry was 4-for-8 from the field,
and nailed four three-pointers to lead
the offense. Charles Bouie also scored
into double digits with 13 points, and
grabbed seven rebounds. Darryl
McGhee matched Bouie's seven re-
bounds, followed by Vitor Boccardo
with four. I
The Argos shot just 35.1 percent
from the field, while UAM went for
52.4 percent on the game. UAM suf-
fered from 19 total turnovers, but
West Florida would be unable to capi-
talize offensively.
West Florida took an early 3-0 lead,
but a quick three-pointer would give
UAM the momentum to take the lead.


The Argos trailed by two at the half,
and were unable to recover in the sec-
ond half. An attempted West Florida
come back with under two minutes
looked promising but a UAM free
throw would leave the Argos out of
reach.
The men fall to 4-2 in their young
season, and return to their home
court on December 16th against Tem-
ple Baptist at 7 pm.
The West Florida men's basketball
team suffered its first loss of the sea-
son on Friday night at the Montevallo
Classic, falling to Flagler 57-49. The
Argonauts faced their first road test
of the season.
McGhee, a junior forward led the
team with 18 points and eight re-
bounds. He shot 9-13 from the floor
for his 18 points, and he also grabbed
five offensive rebounds, blocked one
shot, and made one steal. Junior


guard Jonathan Jackson came off
the bench and scored 10, shooting 4-
8 from the field and 2-3 from beyond
the arc.
The Argos took a one-point lead at
halftime, 24-23, thanks to eight first
half points by McGhee. Boccardo, a
senior forward, also added six in the
first half to provide a spark off the
bench. UWF led by as much as five in
the first half at the 8:01 mark, but Fla-
gler rallied late in the period to close
the gap.
The Saints jumped out to a 12-
pointlead with 8:56 left in the game,
and they did not look back, defeating
UWF by eight. Flagler's John Piet-
kiewicz led the team with 17 points,
and D.J. Ferguson was right behind
with 16.
The game will be available online
at www.GoArgos.com through live
stats and broadcast.


.SAhS64WtWUininaMininjeIMswI.r..9wuswwr~,v r'wrrr~ -I.


ALWAYS ONLINE
Find local coverage 24/7 at www.srpressgazette.com


YOU ARE INVITED!






























I I AV I "N -'I J R I 'AI)TI I IS S(-'R I PT( I R I 'I'l I I` ST()N I M I I I'l)-
1: R-1 I.-,, R I "J 1 "(-1, I'l I I I A S .1 3 1,- I'l I I ` C A I I,"-;'I'()N I H I I` I,()R 1) 11 "Ns
I`10


,SI IAIZON WOODBURY I I(')M1`GRoI% Ill
5287 N/11111'�I`S PIACT'
N11 I N, I '1 -3 25's 7
8 5) 0 2- 0 - I




A -1, ry 1 1--,%
COME HEAR OF THE B OF

WORLDVIFWS IN THIS AGE OF CONFUSION.



Monday orTuesday Nights 6:30pri-i






A 4 I Santa Rosa Press Gazette


Local


Wednesday, December 10, 2008


West Florida falls 1-0 to Seattle Pacific in National Championship


The undefeated and top
ranked University of West
Florida women's soccer
team was unable to clinch
the university's first na-
tional championship in a
team sport as they fell 1-0
to Seattle Pacific Univer-
sity in the NCAA Division
II National Championship.
The Argos battled a tough
Falcons' team but were
unable to hold them off in
the second sudden death
overtime period.
The Argos speedy of-
fense had a bit of trouble
against a tough, physical
Falcon defense. Despite
outshooting the Falcons in


the first half, they were held
scoreless in the first half for
the third time all season.
"Seattle Pacific really
came into the match with
a great game plan and ex-
ecuted it extremely well,"
coach Joe Bartlinski said.
In the second half, the
Falcons outshot the Argos,
8-2, taking control of the
game. The closest chance
any team had to score came
in the 59th minute. Argos'
keeper Courtney Jones
rushed to make a save, but
the ball deflected to the mid-
dle of the box for a wide open
net. Sheka Codner rushed in
as the ball was being struck


to knock it away to keep it a
scoreless game.
The Argos then had to
battle through two sudden
death overtime periods.
With less than four minutes
remaining in the second
overtime, Jocelyn Charette
sent a cross into traffic right
in front of the net. Janae
Godoy managed to get a
head on it, just squeaking it
by Jones to win the game.
The Argos were outshot
19-11 despite have a 13-9
advantage on corner kicks.
Argos' keeper Jones kept
the Argos in the match as
she collected six saves.
In the NCAA semifinals,


the West Florida women's
soccer team kept their
shutout streak alive as
they defeated St. Rose
4-0 at Pepin Stadium on
Thursday night. UWF re-
ceived goals from Jodi
Galucci, Dernelle Mascall,
Jordan Stone and Shaneka
Gordon and improved to
24-0-1 on the season.
Early in the match, the
Argos had a tough time
maintaining possession.
Jodi Galucci got the Argos
on board when she found
open space in the middle
and dribbled past the keep-
er for an open net. It was a
tough angle for Galucci,


but she was able to bury it
in the back of the net.
The Argos took their 1-0
lead into the second half
when the offense exploded
for three goals putting the
game out of reach. Der-
nelle Mascall scored the
first second-half goal in
the 59th minute when she
beat Golden Knight keeper
Shannon Murphy for her
18th goal of the season.
Freshman Jordan
Stone made the most out
of her limited playing time
when she found the back
of the net in the 69th min-
ute on a header sent from
Mascall. National Player of


the Year Shaneka Gordon
added the fourth and final
goal of the match. With
the goal, Gordon ties the
school record from goals
scored in a single season
set by Mascall last season.
Heading into Satur-
day's National Champion-
ship match, the Argos had
outscored their opponents
92-6.
The Argos finish the
season with a record of
24-1-1 and have re-wrote
many of the programs
records in their historic
2008 season. It should be
another fun and exciting
campaign set for 2009.
For more information
on Argonaut athletics or to
follow along with live stats,
fans can keep up with the
action at www.GoArgos.
com.






4915 Highway 90 Pace
850-995-1600



Punisher: War Zone (R)
1:30 4:15 7:05 9:25
Four Christmases (PG13)
1:05 3:05 5:05 7:05 9:10
Transporter 3 (PG13)
1:40 4:20 7:15 9:30 '
Australia (PG13)
1:10 4:35 8:00
Twilight (PG13)
1:15 4:00 6:45 9:20
Bolt (PG)
12:55 3:00 5:05 7:10 9:15
Quantum of Solace (PG13)
1:20 4:10 7:00 9:20
Madagascar 2: Escape to
Africa (PG)
1:00 3:00 5:00 7:00
*Role Models (R)
9:10
*IAST SHOWING WILL BE ON Thurs. Dec. 11

The Day the Earth Stood
Still (PG13)
1:30 4:15 7:00 9:25
Delgo (PG)
1:00 3:00 5:00 7:00 9:00|


Visit the friendly folks at Circle J for all your western
needs. They carry the largest selection of apparel,
Saddles & Tack. exotic, Casual & Work boots in
the Northwest florida and South Alabama areas.


Boots 59

Justin, Ton Lama, Arait,
Dan Post, ocona, Rock

Georgia, Double H & Red ing


ism=


Any toys dropped off by

December 12th e 5:30pm

will receive a coupon for

L a free CiCi's pizza. A


4430 Avalon Blvd., Milton, FL 32583






Wednesday, December 10, 2008


Snorts


Santa Rosa Press GazetteI A1 5


Sports SIDELINE



Youth Basketball should be sent to Rafa UWF for their players. SportsPlex will be from 6 additional fee for team jer-
The City of Milton is Volleyball Camp Maranhao atrmaranhao@ For more information p.m. to 7 p.m. on Tuesday's sey Individuals interested
The City of Milton is uwf.edu. Checks should be on the camp please contact and Thursday's, and 9 a.m. in coaching or assisting
holding basketball regis- The West Florida vol- made payable to UWF Vol- Assistant Coach Shane to 1 p.m. on Saturdays. can sign up on the volun-
tration for children in kin- leyball team will be spon- leyball and sent to Melissa Gierke at tgierke@uwf. teer page while register-
dergarten through eighth scoring a holiday skills Wolter at the UWF Athletic edu or visit www.GoArgos. Youth Wresting ing their child or email vi-
grade. Girls in grades six clinic on Dec. 13. Two ses- Department. com and click on the base- cepresident@fcsantarosa.
through eight will now sions are scheduled, and ball homepage. The Milton youth wres- com. More information on
be playing in a girls only are open to females in 9th- UWF Ba ball(C, tling season has kicked off the recreational and select
league. Registration is 12t grade, as well as junior F s a Leaguemp land the Milton Panther soccer programs is avail-
Monday through Friday college athletes.,Cost to at- The University of West Bowling eagues Takedown ClubYouth Wres- able on the club website.
from noon to 8 p.m. or on tend is $20.00 prior to Dec. Florida's baseball pro- Oops Alley announces tling Program for ages six
Saturday (Dec. 6) from 10 13 and $25.00 on the actual gram will host a hitting new leagues forming in and up with former Olym- Pace Library Sports
a.m. to 1 p.m. at the Milton day of the clinic, and pitching instructional 2009. A Thursday Night pic Coach Rob Hermann
Community Center. Regis- The clinic will provide an camp on December 13th Mixed League will start every Thursday at Hobbs Raffle
tration fee is $75 per child opportunity for athletes to and 14th for kids ages 8- on Jan. 8 and run for 16 Middle School gym from 7- Friends of the Pace Li-
and the deadline is Dec. 6 work with UWF's current 14 at Jim Spooner Field at weeks. A USBC sanction 8:30 p.m. cost is $35. brary will be raffling off
or when the teams are full. and previous players, as Pelican Park on the Cam- card is $14 for the year various sports items to
The draft will be held well as a highly respected pus of the University of and the bowling .fee will Volleyball add a children's activity
Dec. 13 and basketball coaching staff. The staff is West Florida. The fee for be $10 per week. A Thurs- rVomybl add a c ens c
season will being the first led by UWF's Head Coach the camp is $50 for one or day Senior League will Miracle Strip Volleyball room to the Pace Library.
week of January and run Melissa Wolter who serves $100 for both sessions. be adding more teams to Academy is seeking play- Some of the items you
through March. For more as the 2008 Gulf South This is a select event in start the. second half of the ers for the 2009 Club sea- could win include a Eli
information call 983-5466, Conference East Division which only 40 players will season on Jan. 8. This is a son. Girls 8-18 of all skill Manning signed Giants
ext. 209. Coach of the Year. The be admitted into the camp USBC sanctioned league levels are invited to partic- football, an Emmitt Smith
clinic will cover individual so early registration is a and the fee is $8 per week. ipate. A Player/Parent in- signed Cowboys helmet,
Saddle Club Show and team skills training, must. The camp will run Also they will be starting a formation meeting will be a Travis Fryman signed
including weight training from 9:00am until 2:30pm new Adult/Youth League held Thursday, November baseball, Boo Weekley
The Blackwater Saddle information, and speed on Saturday for hitters and on Feb. 7. There will be a 6th, 6:00pm at the Health- signed hat and picture,
Club will host thefr month- and agility exercises. from 9am-2pm on Sunday three week bowling clinic Plex on Hwy 77 and Bald- Haley Millsaps signed
ly, speed show Dec. 13, at The first session will be for pitchers with check in starting Jan. 10. The USBC win. Are you interested? hat and picture, Danny
the East Milton Arena. held from 9:00 am - noon beginning at 8:30am. Each card is $14 for adults and Contact Robin Smith at Wuerffel signed mini-hel-
Sign-up will begin at 10 for 9th and 10th graders, camper will receive a Nike $J11 for youth. The fee for 850-784-9899 or MSVA_vol- mets, and much more.
a.m. and the show will be- followed by 1:00 pm - 4:00 UWF Baseball T-shirt for this league will be $10 per leyball@hotmail.com Ticket sales are under-
gin at 11 a.m. Riders can pm session for 1111t and 12th their participation in the team member per week. way for $10 each or six for
compete in any of the fol- graders, as well as junior camp. For more information on Futbol Club of Santa 50. The raffle ends Nov.
lowing five events - pole college athletes. Both ses- This camp will cover leagues at Oops Alley call 29.
bending, Texas barrel sions will take place in the all the basic fundamental 623-6807. Rosa Fall Soccer
weave, Blackwater T, bar- University of West Florida points of hitting as well as Registration More activities can be
rel race, and arena race. Health, Leisure, and Ex- go through the proper me- PARA Registrations: found at www.srpressga-
Riders will compete in six ercise Science facility, lo- chanics and training that gRegistration is cur- zette.com. Look for the box
different classes from pee cated in Building 1100. pitchers use on the mound. PARA youth baseball rently ongoing for the fall called 'Things to Do'.
wee to easy rider. The pub- Registration forms and Hitters will have the op- and softball registrations recreational season, online There you can check
lic is invited to come out more information can be portunity to take live bat- for children ages three registration is available at on activities by zip code
and cheer on these riders. found on the volleyball ting practice on the field to 14 as of May 1, will get the FCSR Web site www. or activity. And you are
For more information visit page at www.GoArgos. and will be taken through under way on Jan. 6 and fcsantarosa.com. Regis- also more than welcome
www.blackwatersaddle- com. Email notification many of the drills, that run through Feb. 9. Regis- tration fees range. from to enter your events there
club.com. of planned participation the coaching staff uses at trations at the Santa Rosa $100 to $125, there is an as well.



FWC REPORT


This report represents
some events the FWC han-
dled in the Northwest Flor-
ida Division from Nov. 21
to Dec. 4; however, it does
not include all actions tak-
en by the Division of Law
Enforcement. '

ESCAMBIA COUNTY

On Nov. 20, Officer Keith
Clark inspected a commer-
cial vessel as it returned to
port. One member of the
"crew had five outstand-
ing active warrants. The
subject' as arrested and
transported to the Escam-
bia County Jail.

On Nov. 21, Officer Fred
Rondeau checked several
individuals fishing from
the docks at the Naval Air
station in Pensacola and
found two individuals in
violation. The first person
was in possession of an un-
dersized red snapper and
possession during closed
season. The second per-
son was in possession of
an oversized red drum and
undersized red snapper/
possession during closed
season. Officer Rondeau
issued the appropriate cita-
tions and warnings for the
violations.

On Nov. 22, Officer Fred
HRndeau stopped a vehicle
that did not have a tag dis-
played. .,The driver was
found to be driving on a
,suspended driver license.
While speaking to the driv-
er, Officer Rondeau could
smell an odor of alcoholic
beverage coming from him.
The driver performed poor-
ly on field sobriety tasks and
was arrested for driving un-
der the influence. Once the
subject was handcuffed, he
admitted to having canna-
bis in his sock. At the jail,
the driver provided a breath
sample of .081and .083. Of-
ficer Rondeau cited the in-
dividual for no valid driver
license, driving under the
influence and possession of
less than 20 grams of canna-
bis and was warned for the
other traffic offenses.

On Nov. 27, Lieutenant
Brian Lambert and K9 Of-
ficer Sarah Hahner were on
patrol in north Escambia
County when Officer Hah-
ner noticed a gate open to
what appeared to be a hunt-
ing lease. While taking a
closer look at the gate, the


officers observed a deer
hanging ina barn. The deer
was a doe and it was being
cleaned by an individual.
After making contact with
the individual, the officers
learned the property had
eight doe tags, but the hunt-
er chose not to use one. Of-
ficer Hahner issued a cita-
tion for failure to tag a doe.

On Nov. 29, at about 5:30
am, Officer Keith Clark was
on patrol headed north to
work hunting in northern
Escambia County when he
observed a vehicle travel-
ing the wrong direction on
Pine Forest Road. After.
stopping the vehicle and as
Officer Clark approached,
the driver opened his door
and stated, "I know, I had
one too many." After show-
ing several additional signs
of impairment, Officer Clark
requested the driver per-
form field sobriety tasks.
The driver performed
poorly and was arrested
for driving under the influ-
ence and transported to the
Escambia County Jail. At
the jail, the driver provided
two samples of his breath,
resulting in 0.188 and 0.187.
Officer Clark also cited the
individual for driving the
wrong way on a one-way
street.

On Nov. 29, Lieutenant
,Brian Lambert was on pa-
trol of northern Escambia
County. While working
near a field, he observed a
spotlight being shined on
the field by a passing ve-
hicle. After stopping the
vehicle, Lieutenant Lam-
bert discovered that the
driver and passenger were
in possession of a loaded
shotgun and rifle. The guns
and light were seized and a
citation and warning were
issued for the violations.

On Nov. 29, Officer Fred
Rondeau was traveling on
Creighton Road in Escam-
bia County when he obi
served a vehicle traveling
ahead of him with no lights
on. While approaching, Of-
ficer Rondeau observed the
vehicle swerving in and out
of a turn lane. When Offi-
cer Rondeau attempted to
stop the vehicle, the driver
turned into a Wal-Mart
parking lot and ran over a
curb. The driver displayed
several signs of being im-
paired and performed
poorly on field sobriety
tasks. The subject was ar-


rested for driving under the
influence and transported
to the Escambia County
Jail. The driver agreed to
give a sample of his breath,
resulting in .141 and .144.
The driver was also issued
a citation for operating a
vehicle at night without us-
ing headlights.

ESCAMBIA COUNTY
COPS

On Dec. 2, Officers Sar-
ah Hahner and Keith Clark
spoke to a Boy Scout Troop
at the Pensacola field of-
fice. K-9 Officer Hahner
demonstrated K-9 Sadie's
skills and Officer Clark dis-
cussed topics such as the
importance of conserva-
tion, boating safety, and
hunting (including firearm
safety). There were eight
children and five adults in
attendance.

On Dec. 2, Officer Steve


Hoomes taught the hunting
'law portion of Hunter Edu-
cation to a group of about 70
people at Woodham Middle
School in Pensacola.

On Dec. 3, Captains
Brad Williams and Mary
Sumner attended the quar-
terly meeting of the Area
Maritime Security Task
Force conducted by the
Department of Homeland
Security and U.S. Coast
Guard nea r Spanish Fort,
Alabama. '

SANTA ROSA
COUNTY

On' Nov. 21, .Officers
Royce JohnsonI n David
Jernigan. Ben Pineda,
Steve Hoomes, Captain
Mary Sumner and several
FWC biologists posted
boundaries on the newly
obtained Yellow River Ra-
vines Wildlife Management
Area.


Friday, December 12, 2008
6:35 AM Sun rise
6:38 AM Moon set
9:41 AM -1.06 Feet
10:50 AM Full Moon
4:48 PM Sun set
10:41 PM 2.21 Feet
Saturday, December 13, 2008
6:36 AM Sun rise
7:44 AM Moon set
10:51 AM -1.15 Feet
4:48 PM Sun set
6:00 PM Moon rise
11:40 PM 2.22 Feet
Sunday, December 14, 2008
6:37 AM Sun rise
8:41 AM Moon set
11:52 AM -1.14 Feet
4:48 PM Sun set
7:14 PM Moon rise


On Nov. 22, Officer David
Jernigan was on patrol in
the Milton area when he ob-
served a man hunting deer
with a muzzleloader. A rou-
tine check revealed that the
man was a convicted felon
and had 12 previous felo-
nies. Themuzzleloaderwas
seized and Officer Jernigan
will be filing paperwork %with
the State Attorney's Office
charging the man with pos-
session of a firearm by a
convicted felon.

On Nov. 27, an FWC of-
ficer was checking fisher-,
men for compliance on San-
ta Rosa County's Bob Sikes
Fishing Bridge. :There
were several different spe-
cies of fish being harvested
that evening. During in-
spections, the officer found
three undersize, spotted
sea trout in one man's
catch. The fisherman was
issued a notice to appear
for the violation.


A few days prior to the
opening of hunting season
in southeast Santa Rosa
County, on Eglin Air Force
Base Wildlife Management
Area, an FWC officer locat-
ed corn and dog food spread
in two different locations
approximately 30 yards
from a tree stand. On the
morning of Nov. 27, the offi-
cer returned to the location
on foot patrol. He encoun-
tered a man armed with a
rifle and dressed in camou-
flage attire walking the trail
away from the baited tree
stand. The officer inter-
viewed the hunter concern-
ing the violations. The man
confessed that it was his
tree stand and that he had
baited the area around the
stand in two locations. The
subject then returned to
the stand with the officer
and showed him where
the food was spread. The
hunter was issued a notice
to appear for the violation.


Friday, December 12, 2008 Friday, December 12, 2008 Friday, December 12, 2008
6:36 AM Sun rise 6:11 AM -0.73 Feet 6:36 AM Sun rise
6:39 AM Moon set 6:35 AM Sun rise 6:39 AM Moon set
8:24 AM -0.89 Feet 6:38 AM Moon set 10:11 AM -1.06 Feet
10:50 AM Full Moon 10:50 AM Full Moon 10:50 AM Full Moon
4:49 PM Sun set 4:48 PM Sun set 4:48 PM Sun set ,
4:50 PM Moon rise 7:22 PM 1.95 Feet . 11:37 PM 2.21 Feet
9:57 PM 1.84 Feet


Saturday, December 13, 2008
6:37 AM Sun rise
7:45 AM Moon set
9:34 AM -0.96 Feet
4:49 PM Sun set
6:02 PM Moon rise
10:56 PM 1.85 Feet
Sunday, December 14, 2008
6:38 AM Sun rise
8:42 AM Moon set
10:35 AM -0.95 Feet
4:50 PM Sun set
7:15 PM Moon rise
11:51 PM 1.75 Feet


Saturday, December 13, 2008
6:36 AM Sun rise
7:15 AM -0.78 Feet
7:43 AM Moon set
4:48 PM Sun set
6:00 PM Moon rise
8:16 PM 1.90 Feet
Sunday, December 14, 2008 '
6:36 AM Sun rise
8:15 AM -0.72 Feet
8:40 AM Moon set
4:48 PM Sun set
7:14 PM Moon rise
9:09 PM 1.78 Feet


Saturday, December 13, 2008
6:37 AM Sun rise
7:45 AM Moon set
11:21 AM -1.15 Feet
4:48 PM Sun set
6:00 PM Moon rise
Sunday, December 14, 2008
12:36 AM 2.22 Feet
6:38 AM Sun rise
8:42 AM Moon set
12:22 PM -1.14 Feet
4:49 PM Sun set
7:14 PM Moon rise


4 .- -1 ..... , . ,- , * .. .... , - ..(.. .-.o..


* ** . * * ;^�*^jk*?;i;.w.^*Tg'.s/*^i?.t~f.^^l� f~y'l''1r?.M*-**^71-1.*^i. Iv











S-PORTS,


A
Section


Wednesday, December 10, 2008 w w w. srpressgaz ette. com m Page 16


DALE
BARLOW


TYLER JIMMIE
BOUSSON COLLEY


#Star



players



14 area athletes selected

for All-Star football team

By BILL GAMBLING
sports@srpressgazette.com

Jay, Milton and Pace are well repre-
sented in the upcoming Pensacola Sports
Association's High School All-Star Foot-
ball game scheduled for Saturday at Fort
Walton Beach High.
Between the three high schools they
will have 14 members of the East All-
Stars, which represents the high ,schools
in Santa Rosa and Okaloosa counties.
Coaching the East squad will be Crest-
view High coach Matt Brunson, while the
West Squad of seniors from Escambia


By BILL GAMBLING
sports@srpressgazette.com

"Not even a game time
change could stop the Jay
Royals basketball team as
the players traveled to Flo-
maton, Ala., on Saturday.
It might have been a
back-and-forth game at
noon Saturday, but Jay held
on to defeat Flomaton 35-
34.
The original game time
was changed,so the Floma-
ton fans could he home- in
time to watch Alabama play
Florida for the SEC Cham-
pionship.
But the Royals and Greg
Nelson wanted to prepare
the Flomaton fans for what
was to come as he put Jay
up by one in the final min-
ute of play scoring two of his
team high 16 points
Rush Hendricks sealed
the victory with a steal with
18.6 seconds remaining as
the Royals ran, out the clock
for the win.
Jay fell behind early to
the Hurricanes 11-7 but
bounced back to trim the
Flomaton lead to one at
halftime 16-15.
The Royals (.4-01 would
lead heading into the final
quarter 29-27.
On Friday night, the Roy-
als defeated another area
rival as they stopped Cen-
tral 48-40.
It started out as a back-
and-forth affair with the
Jaguars dialing long dis-,
tance with several three-
pointers. The Royals would
build what seemed to be an
insurmountable deficit of
27-18 by halftime, but this
wouldbe a catfight.
; With 40 seconds remain-
ing, Jay held on to a 44-40
lead and would score the
final four points to widen its
lead.
Nelson would lead Jay
with a game-high 20 points,
while Steven Brabham add-
ed 13 and Rush Hendricks
chipped in 10.
Central was led by Tally
Warrick's 15 while Hunter
Bondurant was held'to just
four points he grabbed 12
rebounds and dished out


BEN RYAN,
GILES HANKS


JAMES AARON DEDI
MCGREEVY MUNOZ SIMMI

County will be led by Gators' coach
Jimmy Nichols.
Kickoff for the fifth annual event
will be at 5 p.m. at Ft. Walton Beach
High School.
"We are looking forward to visit-
ing Fort Walton Beach High School,
Stadium with these ,outstanding
players, who will be showcasing their
talents as part of a prep team for the
last time" said PSA Event Chairman
Michael Capps.
, Between both the East and West
stars, Pensacola High led all schools
- with nine players selected as All-Star
t this year followed by Pine forest with
eight, while West Florida Tech and
Pace had six honorees.
Pace leads with East squad with
six players selected while Milton,
Fort Walton Beach, Crestview and
Niceville each have five players
named to the team.
Representing Pace in this game


BILL GAMBLING I Pic.. G.. ..
Jay's Rush Hendricks goes for two while Central's Hunter
Bondurant tries to deny him in a match up of heated
rivals Friday night at Central High School. The Royals
would go on to win 48-40 as both teams will be playing
in the upcoming Jay Christmas Tournament.


seven assists.
On Thursday, Dr. Ruby
Gainer visited Central and
felt the sting of the three as
the Hornets hit seven three
pointers in defeating Cen-
tral 48-42.
Gainer jumped out to an
early 15-10 lead at the end of
the first quarter and didn't
look back despite the chal-
lenges of theJaguars.
Central would cut the
Hornets lead to 25-23 at in-
termission, but they could
not get over the top.
Bondurant led the Jags
with 19 points,, while Brad
Baker added nine.

Pace 44, Catholic 24
The Patriots are show-
ing several they are not just


a high scoring offense, but
they can play some defense
as well.
Pace held the Crusad-
ers to just one basket in the
first quarter and didn't allow
much more in the second
quarter as they marched to
a 44-24 win.
The Patriots led 21-10
at intermission and iced
the game with an 11-2 third
quarter.
Justin Wright led Pace
with a game-high 19 points,
while Jeff Mullahey added
nine in the win
On Thursday the Patriots
had a little trouble at home
as they were edged by Pine
Forest 49-45.
Pace took an early 17-10
lead, but by halftime, the


BILLY DUSTIN
HYLER JAMES


RCK
IONS


Eagles had battled back to
tie the game at 24-24.
The Patriots could not get
over the top and build anoth-
er major advantage in the
second half despite Wright's
game-high 21 points or the
14 points chipped in by Ross
Frugal.

Milton 46,
Gulf Breeze 42
The Panthers would not
lose on Friday night without
a fight, arid the Gulf Breeze
Dolphins came ready to
oblige.
On a night when Milton
High dedicated it's gym to
former coach and school
administrator James Ross-
* er they held off Gulf Breeze
46-42.
Derrell Washington
would have made Rosser
very proud as he toed the
charity stripe and made
two-free throws with less
than a second on the clock
to secure the win,for Mil-
ton.
Neither team could build
much of a lead in the first
half, as it was 20-19 in favor
of the Dolphins at.halftime.
Milton would take a five-
point advantage heading
into the final quarter, 35-30,
and hold on for the win..
"We needed this win,"
said Milton coach Taf Bent-
ley. "This shows the guys
what we are doing in prac-
tice and the hard work is
paying off.
"I hope this helps our
confidence to know we can
now win the close basket-
ball games."
Brandon Allen and Bran-
don McCloud led Milton
with 11 points each while
Washington finished the
game with eight points.
Allen also finished the
night with 10 rebounds, two
steals and two assists.






.
'4, *


EDDIE
LYNN


JARED AUSTIN
SMITH WORLEY


will be Tyler Bousson, Jimmie Col-
ley, Ben Giles, Ryan Hanks, James
McGreevey and Aaron Munoz.
Derrick Alexander, Billy Hyler,
Eddie Lynn, Dedrick Simmons and
Austin Worley will be representing
Milton, while Jay will be represented
by Jared Smith, Dustin James and
Dale Barlow.
Offensive and Defensive Derrick
Brooks Charities MVPs will be se-
lected and recognized on the field
after the game.
Tickets for the event will be $8 at
the gate, and children 10 and under
will be admitted for free.
The West squad has been practic-
ing at Escambia County High and
will close out practice at 5 p.m. Dec.
11 at Navarre High School.
Brunson and the East squad have
been traveling with practice sites at
Crestview and Baker and also will
end at Navarre at 5 p.m. Thursday.


saves in securing the win.


BOYS BASKETBALL




Jay downs two b'igrivals


Lady



Patriots fall




to Crusaders

By BILL GAMBLING
. sports@s rpressgazette.com

Pace was just what the doctor ordered for
an ailing Pensacola Catholic squad as the
Lady Patriots fell 42-32 on Saturday in Pen-
sacola.
The Lady Patriots fell behind very early,
as they were held to two points in the first
and second quarters.
Trailing 30-4 at intermission, the Lady
Patriots had their work cut out for them but
made a late charge.
Starting the fourth quarter, Pace was
behind 42-12, but they managed to score 19
points and put a zero in the column for the
Lady Crusaders.
But that 19-0 run would not be enough.
Shelby Pardy led Pace with 14 points on
the night.
Thursday night was not much better for
the Lady Patriots as they fell to Pine Forest
59-25.
Pine Forest put the game away early on
as they jumped out to a 20-6 lead at the end
of the first quarter and extended it to 35-12 by
intermission.
Katy Collins led Pace with nine points on
the night.

Milton 45, West Florida 29
The Lady Panthers used the one-two
combination of Veronica Ffrench and Aniais
Flakes tow defeat West Florida Tech Friday
.45-29.
Ffrench and Flakes each scored a game-
high 12 points to lead Milton to the 'district
It took a moment for both teams to get
started in the first quarter, but the Lady Pan-
thers took a 9-2 lead and then extended it to
30-12 by intermission.
From there, the Lady Jags had a hard
time defending their home court, as they re-
main winless in district action.

Baker 41, Jay 37 ;
The fourth quarter proved to be the undo-
ing of the Lady Royals' four-game winning
streak and their first loss of the season.
Baker used a 15-10 fourth quarter to de-
feat Jay 41-37.
Tessa Hendricks scored 14 points to lead
the Lady Royals in what was a back-and-forth
contest, while Joy Gandy added 11.
Jay took an early 13-9 lead, but the Lady
Gators came back to make it 20-18 at inter-
mission.
The Lady Royals would hold a slim one-
point lead heading into the fourth quarter,but
could'not make it last.

Central 44, Escambia Academy 33
Central took and dominated at home as
they defeated Escambia Academy 44-33 on
Thursday.
The Lady Jags (3-4) took an early 9-8 lead
at the end. of the first quarter and extended
that lead to 20-14 at halftime.
. Daysha Enfinger led Central with a game-
high 20 points as Central iced the game in
the third quarter by outscoring Escambia
Academy 15-8.




Milton girls


get first win
By BILL GAMBLING
sports@srpr'ssgazettc.coim

Milton's girls soccer program got its first
win of the season as the girls defeated West
Florida Tech 3-2 at Brosnaham Park.
Tiffany Boisvert led the way for Milton
with two goals, while Jenny Gillespie added
the third.
Liz Rosier was credited with the only as-
sist on the night, and Savannah Temple took
care of the lead with four saves in goal.
Milton is now 1-6 on the season.
In 'boys soccer action, Pace traveled to
Gonzales and defeated Tate 4-1. The Patriots
are now 4-1-1 in district play and saw several
Patriots get into the act as Kevin VanLand-
ingham, Shawn Knowles, Ryan Labombard
and T.P Holstein each finished with goals.
Knowles also was credited with an assist,
while Chase Austin finished the night with 12











LIFESTYLE


B
Section


Wednesday, December 10, 2008 w w w. srpressgaz ette. c o m Page BI


'Visitors can take safe walk through history at village museum


Bagdad is one of the very small and quiet communities
in Santa Rosa County that at one time played a major role
in Santa Rosa County's existence.
The Bagdad Mill itself ran for 111 years prior to its
closing on April 18, 1939, having begun at the Arcadia Site
in 1820.
There were several owners in its history, starting with
founder Jack Forsyth.
Some historians believe the legend of Forsyth naming
the village Bagdad as the Blackwater River and Pond
Creed reminded the mills founder of his geography
lessons about the Tigress and Euphrates Rivers in
Baghdad, Iraq.
At one time, the mill was the largest shipper in the
world of long leaf yellow pine and shipped lumber to South
America, Italy, England, Scandinavia as well as New
Orleans for domestic consumption.
Almost all the houses in Bagdad were built from 1840 to
1939 by mill carpenters from the long leaf yellow pine.
Ironically, the mill itself had steam-generated
electricity and Bagdad was among the first communities
in all of Florida to have town-wide electricity, providing
power to some parts of Milton as well.
By 1909, 15 billion board feet of lumber had been
stripped from the land, and at that time, there were 30
million acres of virgin pine forest in Northwest Florida.
Today, there are about 220 acres of virgin pine forest left in
all of Florida.
The bell form the Gang Mill now is in front of the
Baptist Church on Forsyth Street in Bagdad.
Currently, you can find out more about Bagdad's great
history at the village's museum, which is in the former
New Providence Missionary Baptist Church.
This is believed to be the oldest black church still in
existence in Santa Rosa County.
Construction on this church began in 1874 and was
built in the black community of what now is known as
Woodville.
According to the cornerstone, the building was
completed in 1901 and was located at the corner of
Popcorn Street and Warren Road.
The heart pine lumber for this church was hauled
by mule and wagon from the old Bay Point Mill, and the
windows came for the Bagdad Sash and Blind Company.
The Rev. John Kelker Sr. was the first pastor of the
church, which also served as a school in the early years.
The black congregation used this building until the 1980s
when a new brick church was built.
In February 1989, the old church was donated by the
members to the Bagdad Village Preservation Association.
The building itself was moved in May 1989 to its present
location on the corner of Church and Bushnell streets on
property donated by the Bagdad Assembly of God Church.
Restoration efforts to preserve the building began
immediately as the old church served as a community
center/museum until it became a full-fledged museum as
it now stands today.


* !'+.


I






B2 I Santa Rosa Press Gazette Local Wednesday, December 10, 2008


ALWAYS ONLINE
Find local news 24/7 at srpressgazette.com.


Sacred Heart Medical Park at Pace is proud to offer
medical care for the Pace and Milton communities.
When you need convenient care that's close to
home, choose Sacred Heart.


Sacred Heart Medical Group
Family Medicine
Laura Harrison, MD
Daniel Hickman, MD
Mark Josephson, MD
Robert Kincaid, DO
i Matthew Kinzelman, MD


fvwmo--


Obstetrics & Gynecology
Dina Navarro, DO


Sacred Heart Rehabilitation.
Ann L. Baroco Center for Breast Health
Sacred Heart Lab Express
Sacred Heart X-Ray & Imaging Services
The Medical Park also offers easy access to many
other physicians and outpatient services, including:
Pace Surgery Center
Gastroenterology Associates
' The Surgery Group
Allergy & Asthma Center of Northwest Florida, PA
Pensacola Orthopaedics
Pensacola PM&R
T. Joseph Dennie, MD, PA, Orthopedic Surgeon
Southeast Vascular Group
Comprehensive Pain Management
Cardiology Consultants


"For more details
about services at
the Medical Park,
call 416-1600.


+ Sacred Heart
Medical Park
. , atPce


T e ,, re .o.H .


News BRIEFS


Santa Rosa County Fair
seeking local bands
The Santa Rosa County Fair is
looking for volunteer bands to au-
dition as the opening act for our.
headliner. We are looking to give
local talent a chance to open for a
"big-name" act. If you have a band
that is interested in performing at
the fair, please send a promotional
packet including DVD, video and
photos to 5236 Willing St., Milton,
FL 32570 or e-mail to paschall@
bellsouth.net. Fair dates are March
31 to April 5, 2009. Deadline for en-
try is Jan. 1.

UWF SBDC offers Guide to
IRS Resource Tools workshop
The University of West Florida
Small Business Development Cen-
ter at 401 E. Chase St., Ste. 100,
Pensacola is holding its "Guide to
IRS Resource Tools for Small Busi-
ness" workshop from 9 a.m. to noon
Tuesday, Dec. 16. You, as a business
owner, are liable for the information
that is placed on your tax return
even if a tax professional prepares
the return. Learn how the use of
free IRS resources can help you
save money. Because our funding
agency requires a minimum num-
ber of attendees, we cancel work-
shops that don't meet the require-
ments; therefore, pre-registration
is strongly recommended. The
workshop is free.
SBDC workshops, seminars and
conferences provide practical, up-
to-date information on business
topics ranging from the basics to
more advanced business manage-
ment skills. Instructors include
SBDC-certified business analysts,
faculty from higher education, gov-
ernment experts and private-sector
professionals. To view the current
UWF SBDC Workshop schedule,
see www.sbdc.uwf.edu.

Pace Chamber 10th Annual
Banquet to be Jan. 16
The Pace Area Chamber of Com-
merce will hold its 10th annual ban-
quet on Jan. 16, 2009, at the Chu-
muckla Farmers Opry House from
6 p.m. until. This event is spon-
sored by the supportive business-


es in the area. It is a great time for
fun and fellowship and is enjoyed
by all who attend. This is the Pace
Chamber's main fundraiser during
the year. It is attended by members
and individuals alike. The banquet
is also a time for us to recognize
and give awards to outstanding
individuals that have contributed
to the community. We are now ac-
cepting sponsorships and silent
auction items. Tickets are $25 per
person. Call 994-9633 for more in-
formation.

Historic Preservation Board
meeting to be Dec. 11
The City of Milton's Historic
Preservation Board is scheduled to
meet in regular session at 5:30 p.m.
Thursday, Dec. 11, in the Council
Chambers at City Hall, 6738 Dixon
St. All meetings are open to the pub-
lic. For more information, call 983-
5440.


to get all the assistance they need
at one location. Bring an unopened
toy and receive a raffle ticket for a
door prize. Tickets can also be pur-
chased at $1 per ticket or $5 for 6.
Drop off points are the Milton Po-
lice Department, Santa Rosa Sher-
iff's Office and Santa Rosa Learn-
ing Academy. Door Prize drawings
begin at 11:30 a.m.
There will be a Community
Safety Fair on Saturday, Dec. 13,
from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the South
Riverwalk on Willing Street. Therd
will be a SRC Sheriff's Office K-9
Demonstration, SRSO S.WA.T. Dis]'
play, Milton Fire Dept. Fire Engine
Display, Crime Prevention/Child ID
(DNA) Kits, Tuffy, The real Ameri-
can Quarterhorse will be there,
Free gun locks at the NRA Gun
Safety Booth. Food and beverages
will be available. For more informa-
tion, contact the Milton Police at
983-5420.


Brueske's Photography
MHS Class of '69 looking for Brueskes Photography
classmates for reunion Exhibit on display at Dove
Tails Gallery


The Milton High School Class of
1969 is looking for classmates for
a 40-year class reunion. Call Pat
Green at 626-5636 or Jo Ann Owens
at 994-2110 for more information.

Pace Area Chamber of
Commerce holding raffle
The Pace Area Chamber of Com-
merce and the Chumuckla Athletic
Association are selling tickets for
a chance to win a Weatherby 7 mm
Magnum Vanguard Bolt Action
Rifle with a 3X-9X 50 mm Pentax
Scope.
The tickets can be purchased for
a donation of $3 each or 2 for $5. The
Rifle will be given away on Monday,
December 22 at the Pace Chamber
office, 4344 U.S. 90, in Pace. You do
not have to be present to win. Call
for more details at 994-9633.

Toy drive, community safety
fair to be Dec. 13
The Milton Police Department is
sponsoring a toy drive for the Santa
Rosa Kids House. The Kids House
provides a place for abused children


F. . M.... . .I "I


Dove Tails hosts local photog-
rapher Frank Brueske through the
month of December. Frank's pho'
tographs have appeared worldwide
and have been carried by the wire
services. He has won numerous
awards and has held several one-
,man photo exhibits. Specializing in.
black and white photography, his
photographs reflect the many dif-
ferent faces of America. He devel-
ops his own film and makes all of his
own black and white prints.
Please consider visiting the ex-
hibit on Gallery Night to meet the
artist. Gallery Night, a special re-
ception for the artist will be held
from 6-8 p.m. Friday, Dec. 12.
As always, Gallery Night is open
to the public. Patrons are invited
to view the exhibit, meet the art-
ist, mingle with other art enthusi-
asts and enjoy wine and good hors
d'oeuvres. The gallery will display
the exhibit throughout the entire
month of December.. More infor-
mation about December's Gallery
Night can be found online at www.
dovetailsartandframe.com.
Dovetails is located in Navarre, a
quarter of a mile West of Publix.


SALES STAFF


CONVENIENT
LOCATION


Nostalgic Tin Signs * Kitchen Gadgets * College Logo Garden Gnomes & Flags
Nostalgic Toys * Watkins Products * Windchimes * Swings
Grandpa's Soaps Ear Candles* Large Wild Bird Dept* Gold Panning Kits
Benches * Weathervanes * Bear Traps * Skin Stretchers * Solid Gold and Nutro Pet Feeds
Cast Iron Cookware * Garden Giftware * Collectible Case Knives * Fine Gifts
John Deere Logo Items * Pet Toys Pet supplies * Tools And Much More!


A Rel Hrdwae Sore ithAn Od Fshioed enerl Sore eel


'Ompan

Mi ',.' - Santa sa County Since 1983



* New Home


* Remodel


* Additions



Window and Door

Replacements


All Types of Aluminum

and Vinyl Construction



CallTor Your Tree Estimate


994-0999

261-5634


NO JOB TOO SMALL

OR TOO LARGE


Licensed & Insured
RG0047022 L Llu


-~ '~ M~ ~ . - - A. * ~


Pa


6606 Hwy 90
Milton * 623-4622


HARDWARE


LOCALLY OWNED SINCE 1960
- . ,- - _


B2 | Santa Rosa Press Gazette


Local


Wednesday, December 10, 2008'


t




Wednesday, December 10, 2008 I nc~1.1 Santa Rosa Press Gazette I B3


Pace Location Only
rocery4025 Hwy 90


We Sell at Our Cost Plus a 10% Surcharge Added at the Register i


SALc~eE, GOOD] DECEMBER ~ I~LseU10, 008THUU mD~ECEMBER116, 2008LihI


Family Pack
Quarterloin
Pork Chops

lb


Smithfield
Deli Thin
Sliced Ham or
Turkey Tub
2100


Land of Frost
Thin Sliced
Ham or
Turkey
311oz


Fresh Express
Hearts of
Romaine
Salad

10 oz


Family Pack
Boneless Beef
Chuck Roast

lb



Gwaltney
Red Wieners

781M .O


New Crop
Russet Baking
Potatoes

8Ibbag


Nutter-Butter
Gold Nugget
Dog Food
529
16 Ib


Jennie-O
White or
Combo
Turkey Roast
298


Michigan
Extra-Fancy
Red Delicious
Apples
298
5 Ib bag


Royal
Tray Pack
Smoked
Neckbones



Williams
Sausage, Egg &
Cheese Biscuit
or Croissants
365
24 oz


Carolina Pride
Box Sausage or
Red Hot Link

02072
^i 28 oz


Grocery
L E Outlet
SALE PRICES GQOD THRU DEC 16"h
"13B gi 59 "6


Cost includes freight, fee, and any associated expenses.


4025 HWY 90 *
850-995-8778
VS"S gE EBT WIC


Jumbo Pack
Fresh
Drumsticks
or Thighs


Whole
Boneless
Pork Loins
159b
* Ib


Southern
Grown
Stuffing Size
Bell Peppers

40.


Golden Flake
Potato
Chips
59
2s 10.5-11 oz


Crystalline
Fruit Drinks
63
gal


Valleydale
Sliced
Bacon
698
31bpk


Tetley
Tea


24 pk


Dutch Farm
Medium
Cheddar
Cheese

17 8oz


Ragu
Spaghetti
Sauce

26 oz


Madre's
Steak,
Marinade


Velvet
Towels
353
8 pk Roll


Velvet
Tissue


pk


Gain
Powder
Detergent

5 63oz


Bama
Apple or
Grape Jelly
1.14
32 oz


Vlasic
Kosher Dills
S75z
46 oz


Andre'
Champagne

750ml btl


Turning Leaf
Reserve Wine
543.5L
i^ .5L btl


PACE


I


m


+14timS�<�A;�trwS�vP W�^'BM9)iM�Ba17


Santa Rosa Press Gazette | B3


Wednesday, December 10, 2008


Local


STORE HOURS: 7AM m 9PM 9 7 DAYS A WEEK


s.'ssiiawfzv� ,, r"TV7 " ,v%4r.iteM'w WK^?!^^^





Wednesday, December 10, 2008


I\osa r eI I %- I (Z',*+tt--


James & Doris Lewis were November Community Pride winners.

l A I A se A
Quality- It's in M-F 9-6 Sat 9-5 We accept
our naiet -Visa,
., .......,ou nmMasterCard,


�" ooo 3 OO;


U.S.D.A. Boneless
Butterfly Pork Chop

$328lb


-"f ^'Grain
Fed
U.S.D.A. Boneless
Rump Roast
$ 88lb


We Flaoe A Gtiea Sdeci
SFw ze� Uege teo & SaM
Beeta lQt * Bekte P"ie * Betteia Sewice


La Hacienda Restaurant in Pace was November Business Community
Pride winner.


Garden Club

announces

Community

Pride winners
Special to the Press Gazette
The Milton Garden Club wraps up this
gardening season by selecting the final re-
cipients of the Community Pride Award..
Community Pride Awards are given out
each month from March through Novem-
ber. One to a private residence and one to a
public outdoor space such as a business or
other public area.
James and Doris Lewis received the
November award for the yard surrounding
their Belair Drive home in Milton. Mr. And
Mrs. Lewis obviously tend their property
with care. They prune often all season. Ev-
ery time you go by their home, things look
immaculate. They have shrubs with differ-
ent textures and colors that blend well and
look good year round. In addition they plant
seasonal annuals. This fall's marigolds
were outstanding.
The business selected for November
was La Hacienda on Highway 90 in Milton.
Restaurant owner Geronimo Barragan was
very pleased to be selected for this award.
He wants everyone to know that even more
landscaping is planned in the near future.
The restaurant's landscaping has a spe-
cial look like no other in Milton. Enhanced
by carefully selected plants the outdoor set-
ting gives the south-of-the-border effect as
you head towards the mission style front
entrance.
All the plants are sun lovers and if you
have a yard in full sun, look at La Hacien-
da's landscape for inspiration. There are
several types of palms, purple muhly grass,
Indian hawthorn, and agapanthus. The
plants are surrounded by white rock, used
as an accent. This also cuts down on weed
growth. All the plants are drought tolerant
but still neea regular watering for prime
growth and La Hacienda's plants are well
tended.
Please congratulate the Lewis's and La
Hacienda. Their efforts add to the beauty of
Milton's outdoor spaces and we all benefit
from that.
The Garden Club asks you to keep look-
ing for possible award recipients for the
spring. Contact the Milt6n Gardefn Club
with your nominations.


Dan Mckenzie


,-, Dan McKenzie
McKenzie GMC Pontiac & Buick


SALUTES...


CPL. DON FERGUSON


Any police department is only as
strong as its administration and leadership,
and those aspects are only as strong as the
character and ability of the foot soldiers who
staff it. The Milton Police Department is for-
tunate in that respect to have highly trained
and capable officers who are both profession-
al and reasonable in their interaction with the
public.
Corporal Don Ferguson is one of those
officers who has proven to be worthy of
recognition in this regard. Recently promoted
to his present position in October of this year,
Cpl. Ferguson is the first African-American
to have reached that rank in the history of the
Milton Police Department where he has
served for the past five years and is the only
black officer on the force. Working his way
up from patrolman, Cpl. Ferguson is in
charge of affairs in the absence of a sergeant,
and he helps train new officers as the need
arises.


Corporal Don Ferguson Born in Newark, New Jersey, Cpl.
Ferguson attended Savannah State University
in Savannah, GA for two years after high school, and spent four years in the Air Force. He
has extensive experience working with youth at the Okaloosa Youth Development Center
and obtained his police credentials from Okaloosa Walton Community College.
Cpl. Ferguson and his wife of 13 years, Adrienne, have four children. They decided to
remain in the Panhandle area after his tour of service at Hurlbert Field in Okaloosa County.
Cpl. Ferguson says he likes his job, "... and making a difference in the community, (in
-terms of citizen and business security) and making it a better place for both youth and all
its residents is pretty well what I expect my service as a police officer should continue to
be," he said. Being a role model is part of the job, he thinks, and he hopes he is getting a
good and positive message across to the community he serves.
He is positive minded, energetic, committed, and reliable and gets high marks from
his superiors in intelligence and ability. Those citizens who know him are well pleased
that they have a gentleman-police officer of his caliber looking after their security interests.
We salute him for the work that he has accomplished here, the record that he has estab-
lished in his overall career, and for a presence that we can all understand and appreciate.
We are comfortable in our reliance on his caliber of professionals at the Milton Police
Department.


McKenzie
PONTIAC GMC - BUICK
Hwy 90 at 89, Milton
623-3481


~*


Got an EVENT?


Reach


Northwest Florida

with your

event

at

Freedomfun@link.freedom.com

One e-mail will get your event out
to the Florida Panhandle


Local


R Pr ss Gazette


B4 | Santa





Wednesday, Decerhber 10, 2008


Cooks celebrate 50th


Local


anniversary,

Mr. and Mrs. Wheeler
Cook celebrated their 50th
Wedding Anniversary on
November 15, 2008 at the
Chumuckla Community
Center with approximately
100 attending. They were
married on November
15, 1958 in Chumuckla,
Florida. Wheeler is
retired from the'state
road department. He
has six children-Erlene
Hehderson, Voricille
Crews, Joe Cook, Jean
Watson, Ann Davis and
Murl Faircloth. Audrey is
retired from Monsanto/
Solutia. She has one .
daughter-Bonnie Bailey
and a son-Mike, who is
deceased.



CONTRIBUTED PHOTOS
The Cooks are shown at
right after their wedding in
1958 and at left today as
-they prepare for their 50th
anniversary.


Santa Rosa Press Gazette I BS


Retirement

NEWS


Rufus

Ard

retires
Rufus Ard retired from
Yellow Transportation
Company on Oct. 31, 2008.
He was a valued employee
for 25 years. Ben and Faye
Hudson of Jay hosted a
surprise retirement party
for Rufus and his wife,
Patsy Harris Ard, on Nov.
1, 2008.
Rufus and Patsy
are faithful members
of Chumuckla United
Methodist Church. Many
family members, church
family and friends were
on hand to celebrate
this special occasion.
Congratulations; Rufus as
you begin your new phase
of life.


90+ FL Ho
Declst -2
Nominal Openin
from, $1,00,
5% Buyer's Premium IV
williamsauction.com
800.801.8003
. m FL RE LIC BK3003737 DEAN C. WILLIAMS BROKER, W&W RE LIC 1032049, WILLIAMS
AUC LIC AU3333 THOMAS EDWARD BARNES AUCTIONEER W ILLIAMS C>


YOU CAN'T CONTROL THE MARKET,
BUT YOU CAN CONTROL YOUR DECISIONS.
Call today to learn how you should approach swings in the market.


Darrel R Greer
Financial Advisor
6259 Hwy 90
Parkmore Plaza
Milton, FL 32570
850-983-1471-


www.edwardjones.com Member SIPC


~MEXICAN GRILL
626-8029
5041 Dogwood Dr. * Milton
MON-THURS 11AM-10PM
FRI & SAT 11AM-10:30PM * SUN 11AM-9PM
iKAROKE UVE Thursday6p'i.9pm & Saturday 6pm- 9pm ,
Buy 2 Lunches Buy 2 Dinners
Get 12" Off! IGet 400 Off!comnos


Monday - Combinations The "A" to "L"
Buy 1 Get the 2nd Half Price,
Tuesday - Fajitas For Two l13I
Wednesday.
Beer Domestic '1. * Import Beer '150
Thursday - Margarita 11am to 9pm
"S" 150 "M" $400 "L'"$700
Saturday - Margarita
"S" $150 "M" $400 "L" '$70


HAPPY
HOUR
Margaritas
$150
I . 12 oz
11 am to 5pm
Everyday


Baptist Medical Park - Nine Mile, located at the
corner of Nine Mile Road and University Parkway,
offers the care you need at one convenient location.
We offer access to more than 50 physicians and a
variety of services including:


* * Cardiology
* Diagnostic Imaging
* Laboratory
* Outpatient Surgery
* Pharmacy


* Physical Rehabilitation
* Walk-in Care
* Women's Services
* Wound Care


For more information, call (850) 208-6000, or visit us
at www.BaptistMedicalPark.org,

m BAPTIST You'll Love the Way
Medical Park Baptist Cares for You
Baptist Hospital * Gulf Breeze Hospital * Jay Hospital * Atmore Community Hospital
Lakeview Center * Baptist Manor * Baptist Medical Park - Nine Mile
Baptist Medical Park - Navarre * Andrews Insitute * Baptist LifeFlight


points on your debit and credit cards with
every gift you purchase. You can redeem those
points for travel, merchandise or gift cards.
Gulf Winds is the only local credit union
ullf /J /dS^ offering reward points for debit and credit
lf W'finds\ card purchases. So, start earning points today
YOUR COMMUNITY CREDIT UNION . and do a little shooting for yourself.


850.512.1803
Nine Convenient Locations
Pensacola- Gulf Breeze * Milton * Atmore


Weather the
Economic Storm
Open a CD /
and receive a


Redeem your Points
for Exciting Rewards!


S4.9 /0
"SPI "i ii,


CAsppl lor a nr, \i Loan ind
C receivee a FREE Rollini Coolei


9I M n'h l,,� r"" ,",
9 Months


Sew ing Santa Rosa Coty & t owe 25 yew
Famdj Owned & Opejated










Tuesday, December 23rd all day at the office.












No Driver Refused..
Fast Friendly Cusomer Service.
Are you SURE your home IS covered? Call us to be sure!

AUTOMOBILES * HOMEOWNERS * MOBILE HOME
BUSINESS * BOATS * MOTORCYCLE * LIFE


623-8092

Mon-Fri 6408 Hwy. 90 * Suite 1 * Milton
8:00-5pn www.Baylns.com

�^8t , , __B2 H81!�Hi ,�aii�


a�&^^y~w�?s~saaaBE^�giMaa�BM8^~a~iB~a^B~as^~a~sa~itI






B6 I Santa Rosa Press Gazette


Local


.Wednesday, December 10, 2008


Homemakers probe Christmas past


Special to the Press Gazette
Dawn Juul of the Wallace Extension
Club shared a program on Victorian Or-
naments and how you might trim your
tree with this type of decor.
"Victorian era, or the reign of Queen
Victoria 91837-1901) was used only with
regard to the United Kingdom and its
colonies," Juul said. "This is often used
loosely and could refer to Western fashion
of the period."
"The first tree trimming started in
Germany and then spread to England and
then to America," Juul said. She told the
group that Albert and Victoria were mar-
ried and they decorated their tree with
fruit and nuts. About 1860, glass icicles
and glass balls were introduced.
It was at this time that the ornaments
got their name Victorian. Some of the
families during this period of time used
old Christmas cards to hang on the tree.
The speaker told the ladies if families
could not afford the balls and cones, they
could string popcorn and cranberries for
their trees. Still others would add glitter


to fruit, plastic foam or balls. Juul men-
tioned that when families decorated their
trees with fresh fruits, nuts and sweets
the items were taken down on Jan. 6 and
were eaten. The decorated trees were
placed on the drawing room table. Many
families would decorate with crocheted
snowflakes. This type of decoration can be
found on many trees at the present time.
The speaker mentioned that during the
Civil War, trees were decorated using red,
white and blue and the trees were named
after local residents that were in the war.
Christmas was declared a legal holiday
during the war years. Prices of turkeys in
1862 were $11 and then rose to $50 in 1864
as this was during war time. In closing,
Juul stated that people made the Victo-
rian paper fans by the hundreds and they
made them out of various papers. Add a
little lace and ribbon and there you have
a beautiful Victorian Ornament for your
tree. "Victorian ornamentation reminds
us of lavish touches and fragrant scents
and you can add this touch of memories
with only a few crafting supplies," stated
Juul.


Dawn Juul, a Wallace,
Homemaker presents
a program on crafting
Victorian ornaments ,
to the Pace Pea Ridge
Homemakers Club.


Garden Club
Special to the Press Gazette
Milton Garden Club is
proud to present "Digging
It," the Florida Federa-
tion of Garden Clubs or-
ganized series of horticul-
ture courses. The course
is open to anyone who has
the desire to enhance his
or her gardening knowl-
edge and skills and wants
to learn something new
while having fun under the
expert direction of Tina
Tuttle, Master Gardener
and Florida State Horti-
culture Chairman. Any-
one who has met Tina will
know how fun her classes
are and can be filled with
real life anecdotes with
useful and ever practical
information.
You may enroll in any
available courses or take
all 10 courses and every


'digging it'
student completing all 10
courses will receive a cer-
tificate of completion. This
course series will take
you step-by-step through
the plant world with dem-
onstrations and practice
at propagation. Each of-
fered course is $20.00. If
you prepay for course 1
thru 6 it is $100.00. There
are no refunds or credits.
Lunch will be served for a
small fee. The times will be
from 10 a.m. to noon study
and demonstration, with
lunch from noon to 1 p.m.
and 1-3 p.m. for hands on
work shop. All courses will
be held at Milton Garden
Club, 5256 Alabama Street,
Milton, FL. 32570.
For more information
on classes please contact;
Sonya Robinson 675-0305,
Jean Rognstad 626-1422 or
Sandra Sherman 623-6321.


DR. BRENT HARWOOD * DR. BRAD EGLY
SOUTHEAST PODIATRY
MEDICINE & SURGERY OF THE FOOT
www.southeastpodiatry.com
:0)9-5


MERLE noRmRn-
Cosmetics Studio
Nettlewood Plaza * 4430 Hwy 90 Suite D
Pace, Florida 32571 850-995-6001
Me Nom-n Cosmetic Smio have been indtepcndenytlv own and op. ated since 1931.


IR IMS] Ni S R UkE UN.I NIi I


5082 COVINGTON DRIVE
$158,900.00
3 Bedroom, 2 Bath
2153 Sq. Ft. * 1531 Living Area


5UUZ LUVO ENANT UIKLCLE
$156,900.00
3 Bedroom, 2 Bath
2238 Sq. Ft. * 1438 Living Area


4828 COVENANT CIRCLE
$158,700.00
3 Bedroom, 2 Bath
2203 Sq. Ft. * 1559 Living Area


These eautil custom homes feature:
All brick exteriors with decorative elevations
* Fully landscaped yards with sprinkler systems
* Ceramic tile and wood floors
* Corian kitchen countertops
* Cultured marble lavatories
& elongated commodes
# Custom maple & oak cabinets
* Electric fireplaces
, * Pre-Wired for generator back-up
* Faux wood blinds
* Spanish lace & rounded corners
*Upgraded lighting packages
* Deluxe wide baseboards
* Smooth top ranges & vented micro hoods


We h d! beaIi eu&iQbusto-mohm.,es





- * !S,
Sl ke s itu l ti iarvl


Prices listed are for a base home including lot Prices, plans & features are subjectto change without notice.0Options are available
, at an additional cost Plan number indicates living area square footage. Some plans may vary slightly larger
in actual living area square footage.Features and availability are subject to change without notice.


Aeakeewis


CONSTRUCTION, INC.


'J '2 i~i
V


It i4 v, (/1/.I Of l/W


�7 io YearKI


%AO


'�,

t


* Residential * Commercial

* Remodeling * Additions


994-5669


RG-0059937 I






Wednesday, December 10, 2008 Local Santa Rosa Press Gazette I B7


Special to the Press Gazette

Holiday cards for service
members and veterans
from www.va.gov
Want to share some joy to hospital-
ized veterans and military service mem-
bers during this holiday season? Send-
ing greeting cards, "care packages" and
Internet messages of thanks and appre-
ciation for their service are some of the
ways to do just that. A number of corpo-
rations and non-profit organizations are
pitching in to help brighten the holidays
for as many service members and hospi-
talized veterans as possible.

Holiday mail for heroes
(American Red Cross and Pitney-'
Bowes) From now through December 10,
holiday cards with a message of thanks
and cheer can be sent to a special post
office box. These cards will be delivered
to military bases and hospitals, veterans
hospitals, and other locations during the


holidays. www.redcross.org/email/saf.

Let's Say Thanks
"Let's Say Thanks" is a national
program designed to deliver cards to
servicemen and women overseas with
supportive messages from home. http://
www.letssaythanks.com/Homel280.html
America Supports You is a Depart-
ment of Defense program launched in
2004 in an effort to recognize citizen sup-
port. for our military men and women
and communicate that support to the
members of our Armed Forces at home
and abroad. The America Supports You
Program lends support to our men and
women in uniform. You can show your
support in many ways, including send-
ing letters and e-mails, care packages
and on-line messages of support. www.
amaricasupportsyou.mil.
Army and Air Force Exchange Ser-
vices (AAFES) The AAFES Community
Center has a number of methods to dem-
onstrate your support for military mem-
bers, including prepaid calling cards and
gift certificates. www.aafes.com


Peoples wins post 78 oratorical contest


The annual American legion Oratori-
cal contest was held at the Norman A.
Garrett American Legion Post 78 in Mil-
ton. The contest consists of two parts,
a prepared oration that must be on the
Constitution of the United States and last
from 8-10 minutes, and an assigned topic.
The assigned topic will be on one of four
amendments previously announced. The
amendment on which the speech will be
given is drawn 5 minutes before the pre-
sentation. The speech must be between
three and five minutes.
The contest is open to all high school
students. The winner from Post 78 contest
will advance to the district competition, if
they continue on the area competition will
be the next step prior to the state 'compe-
tition and on to national competition.
The National Contest winner is expect-
ed to receive approximately $18,000.00 at
the American Legion National Conven-
tion.
There were two girls competing at the
Post 78 contest with Jenna Peoples the
winner. The daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Doug
Peoples, Jenna is home schooled. She is


PHOTO BY ROBB PITTARD
Mrs. Peoples, Jenna's teacher, is pin-
ning the Medal won by Jenna as Tom
Griffith stands by.

a member of the 4-H program.
Peoples will compete in the district
contest Jan. 7, 2009.
Peoples was awarded the American
Legion Oratorical Medal and a savings
bond by Oratorical Contest Chairman
Jack Wamble and Post Commander Tom
Griffith.


Gift Certificates Now Available
9:30 - 6:30 Monday - Friday
9:30- 3:00 Saturday
Professional Herbalist
Massage Therapy
Face and Body Waxing
Ionic Foot Bath
Far Infrared Hothouse
CHI Machine
Resident Professional Herbalist: Th6mas Easley
Massage Therapist: Tina Brito Stebbing

4430 Hwy. 90 * Suite B
Pace, Florida 32571


_Get, O e In "dt i". y .-':, .'V -
-W'rqI 4uIB 1nfi toda- for a wea eelectkin
of8fl heia oaveu gaoa i trIg.a I




S ToBuy One
Two Scoop Sundae,
Get One
Two Scoop Sundae Free
2.5oz each scoop '


$3.00 o.
Any
Ice Cream
Cake p*i'
Purchase Over $18.00 66 .
S...- ,-.. -, 'T " - . - . - . ," i , -. - ? - L . .


FULL SERVICE FUNERAL


$2,995*


Payment Plans Available
up to 60 Months, No Interest!


* National Cremation

S& BURIAL SOCIETY


5641 Highway 90 West Milton, Florida 850-623-2205


Yes


We Are A


Full-Service

Funeral Home!

COMPLETE FUNERAL PACKAGE INCLUDES CASKET
The Senrice may he held in our Chapel or at any place of Worship.
This package includes:
* Basic Serv ices of Funeral Director & Staff
* Administrative Staff for Coordinating and Directing the Service
* Transfer of the Deceased from place of death to Funeral Home (35 mile)
* Embalming and/or Sanitary Care of Deceased
* Dressing, Casketing and Cosmetic Preparation of Deceased
* Use of Facilities for the Visitation (Same day as Service)
* Use of Facilities for the Funeral Service
* Funeral Vehicles (e.g.) Hearse, Service Vehicle, Flower Car
* Casket - Your choice of Batesville 20 gauge Steel Casket:
Star Silver or Star Copper (painted exterior) with Ivory
Taffeta Interior.

WHY PAY UP TO 75% MORE? SHOP & COMPARE!

*New Pre-need Sales Only.


Tops 1

is Milton's New Dealer for




Barry and his crew are stocking
and servicing Samsung


Stop in today
and check out


Tops
New Product Line


Samwe Guld Smice
to Soutae Ro Cmdy
Siwe 1957


Tops

U.S. Hwy 90 * Milton, FL
623-3371


~1~


o'kg


Veterans NEWS


FINE JEWELRY AND GIFTS




Glass or Metal






Wedding - Graduation - Baby Gifts




4021 Hwy 90 Pace, FL
(850) 994-4581
www.mlrfinejewelryandgifts.com


Wednesday, December 10, 2008


Santa Rosa Press GazetteI B7


Local





B8 I Santa Rosa Press Gazette Local Wednesday, December 10, 2008

Humanity ReStore offers discounted building supplies


Habitat for Humanity's new
Milton Restore offers building
materials, home furnishings,
appliances, electronics, fixtures
and' much more at low prices,
often 75 percent below retail.
Habitat ReStores through-
out the country receive new
and good, gently used donated
home improvement items, of-
fer them for sale to the public,
and return all profits to build
new Habitat Homes in their
communities.
"Our ReStore helps the Mil-
ton Community in many differ-
ent ways," said store manager
Randall Dooley. "In addition to
offering good, useable items and
materials at great prices, we
help keep tons of materials out
of the landfill by accepting, and
even picking up surplus build-
ing materials and supplies that
would otherwise end up in the
Dumpster."


~l
~2~7z~


Donations of items and ma-
terials are the lifeblood of the
ReStore and are tax deductible.
Donations may be dropped of
at the store, or call 981-0009 to
arrange for pickup at your lo-


cation. All profits from the Re-
Store fund materials to build
new Habitat Homes, which have
helped provide over 600 new
homes in the area, providing
quality, affordable housing to


more than 2,400 people.
A wide array of merchandise
is available at the ReStore,
making important home
improvement projects afford-
able to everyone. The store


is open Tuesday through Sat-
urday, from 9 a.m. to 5pm,
and is located at 6606 Elva
Street, one block behind Hall's
Hardware & Lumber, opened
Aug. 1.


MILTON AUTO PARTS
6632 Elva Street Milton 623-3472
(Behind Regions Bank across from The Press Gazette)
HOURS.B Mon-Fri 7am - 6pm * Sat 7:30am - 5pm


BrMiIltGo Un




y Bridal Gowns


Uif


Bridesmaid Dresses
Tuxedos
Invitations


Inventory Reduction "
On Ladies Boutique Apparel

Buy 1
at Regular Price

Get 2 Free
Equal or less value
ALL SIZES


NEW Prom Dresses Arriving Daily

Gift Items and
Gift Certificates
Available

Mon, jWed, 'Thurs & fri 11~6
nues -~8 Sat. io~5


4841 WEST SPEERFIELD * PAOE

994-1355


w ' I


Serving
Santa Rosa
County
Since
1959


S5 -- --- Business Network

.-- ' International


Tri cities chapter meets every Thursday
morning at 7am at Steven's Market Deli,
3988 Hwy. 90; Pace, Florida 32571. We encourage
area business professionals to visit our networking
meeting. Any questions contact Debbie Coon at


393-3666
www.tiicitiesbni.com


A� 41T97 NAPzSm


,.imlmmili lmlm


I


-14, *






Wednesday, December 10, 2008 I neal Santa Rosa Press Gazette I B9


PJC BRIEFS


Sansing to be PJC December
commencement speaker
The Pensacola Junior College
fall commencement will be at 6 p.m.
Thursday, Dec. 18, at the Pensacola
Civic Center.
PJC alumnus, area automobile
dealer and community philanthro-
pist Sandy Sansing is the commence-
ment guest speaker.
Sansing and his wife, Peggy, have
helped hundreds of students attend
PJC through the PJC Foundation
Universal Scholarship Fund, es-
tablished in 2003 for area residents
who cannot qualify for other finan-
cial aid. Through the foundation,
the Sansings have donated $20,000
a year to the Rind to assist students
who need everything from tuition to
books.
The Sansing Foundation recently
received the 2008 Outstanding Phil-
anthropic Organization award from
the West Florida Chapter of the As-
sociation of Fundraising Profession-
als as part of the National Philan-
thropy Day Awards recognition.


About 960 students are partici-
pating in PJC's December gradua-
tion ceremony.
The Civic Center doors open at 5


p.m. A reception for faculty, profes-
sional staff and administrators is 5-
5:45 p.m. For more information, call
484-1689.


SRCRE discusses Take

Stock in Children


Special to the Press Gazette
The Santa Rosa Coun-
ty Retired Educators met
Nov. 17. Doris Kingry gave
the devotional and
led the pledge of al-
legiance. Because i
Thanksgiving is
in November, she
chose to talk about
giving thanks.
The program
was given by Cathy Cathy
Purdon and Angie
Brown of the Santa
Rosa )Educational Foun-
dation. Purdon explained
the work of the foundation
in giving grants for teach-
ers and how it is based
upon how it impacts the
students. It also spon-
sors the Teacher of the
Year, Rookie of the Year


and Pride Awards for high
achieving seniors.
Brown told about a pro-
gram called Take Stock in
Children, which provides
scholarships for
deserving stu-
dents. She said a
criterion for these
scholarships is
that the student
needs it in order to
go on to college.
Purdon The next meet-
ing will be Dec. 15.
Members of the
Milton First United Meth-
odist Choir will entertain
with Christmas music.
There will be a silent auc-
tion to raise money for the
organization. Members
are asked to bring items
that can be used in this
auction.


Decrease
wrinkles and
take years off
your face


ii II I I .10 ,IW










COMMUNITY BANK


Offering Full Service Banking

with a Personal Touch!



Certificate of Deposit


Downtown Pensacola
40 N. Palafox Street
434-9300

Pace
4885 Highway 90
995-9340


Cordova/Airport
1177 College Blvd.
475-9300

Nine Mile Road
1554 West Nine Mile Rd.
484-9320


Gulf Breeze
2871 Gulf Breeze Pkwy.
916-9330


Member
FDIC


* Annual Percentage Yield. A $5,000 minimum deposit is required to open. Substantial penalty for early withdrawal. This offer is for a limited time only.


TAKING RESERVATIONS


PJC's Culinary and Hospitality Management program is taking res-
ervations for dining at the school that will start in January. Students
here are seen preparing a meal in the school's kitchen area.


,UHAUL


.Climate

.Non-climate

.Low rates
N IMoving supplies

R-..15% Military Disc.

FREE TRUCK WITH MOVE INI!!


6075 Dogwood Drive
Milton, FL 32570 U-
WWW.DOGWOODSTORAGE.COM


Brngths a i. adreeie
10%iOff


iU . i


www.mygulfbank.com


a�-4 "" '<- .1 *<,.**-<; * ; -', :-, :- . . : *


ageless.


Santa Rosa Press Gazette | B9


Wednesday, December 10, 2008


SLocal


. I






B 10 I Santa Rosa Press Gazette


Local


Wednesday, December 10, 2008


S. S 0 e 0 -.. S am


I1~


Panhandle Community The


*atre


P.O. Box 278 * Milton, FL 32572-0278
850-450-2566

2009 Main Stage Schedule
"On Golden Pond" by Ernest Thompson; Director TBA
Auditions: December 1 & 2, 2008 - 6:00 pm at the Imogene


Shows:


February 20, 21, 22, 27, 28, March 1


"Once Upon A Wolf" by Steph DeFerie; Director, Christina Kettner
Auditions: March 2 & 3, 2009 - 6:00pm at.the Imogene


Shows:


May 8, 9, 10, 15, 16 & 17


"The Odd Couple" - Female Version" By Neil Simon; Director TBA
Auditions: May 18 & 19, 2009 - 6:00 pm at the Imogene


Shows:


September 11, 12, 13, 18, 19 & 20


"Frankenstein" by Tim Kelly; Director, Joseph Perna
Auditions: September 21 & 22, 2009 - 6 pm at the Imogene


Shows:


November 13, 14, 15, 20, 21 & 22


I ALL PRODUCTIONS PENDING PRODUCTIONS RIGHTS

Additional Activities
February 13, 2009 - PCT does POE Check website for location
March 13, 2009 -PCT does POE check website for location
March 13, 14, 15, 2009 - Riverwalk Art & Culture Festival
July 20-25, 2009 - Children's Drama Workshop - at the Imogene
November 13, 2009 - PCT does POE in the Parlor at the Imogene

Check the PCT website for additional information as it becomes available;
www.panhandlecommunitytheatre.com

Panhandle Community Theatre, Inc. is a 501(c)(3) Non-profit, all vol-
unteer organization. Memberships are available, but not required for
participation. There are many areas where you can GET INVOLVED!!!
- Usher, box office, house manager, stage crew, technical lights &
sound; costuming, set construction, PR, grants - MUCH MORE!

Donations always accepted.
"A COPY OF THE OFFICIAL REGISTRATION AND FINANCIAL INFORMA-
TION MAY BE OBTAINED FROM THE DIVISION OF CONSUMER SER-
VICES BY CALLING TOLL-FREE (800-435-7352) WITHIN
THE STATE . REGISTRATION DOES NOT IMPLY
ENDORSEMENT, APPROVAL, OR RECOMMENDATION
BY THE STATE."
* REGISTRATION#CH25638
( 1 1 * L


Commissioner Bronson warns

consumers about health clubs


m -


Pay attention

to the beach
flag system
and know surf
conditions


By JENI BOOKER SENTER
jsenter@srpressgazette.com
Florida Agriculture and Consumer
Services Commissioner Charles H.
Bronson is urging consumers to take
time to check on the background of a
health club or gym prior to signing up
or buying a membership as a gift. Many
people wanting to start the new year on
a healthy note join gyms, but without
some investigation, they might only lose
money.
The Florida Department of Agricul-
ture and Consumer Services regulates
health clubs under the Health Studio
Act, which provides some protections
for consumers in the event the club
closes or moves, or the member cannot
use the facilities for medical reasons.
Health clubs are required to register
with the department, and many also are
required to post a bond for member re-
funds in case the club goes out of busi-
ness.
"Getting in shape is a great way to
kick off 2009," Bronson said. "There are
rules and regulations that health clubs
need to follow, and consumers need to
know what they are so they can be sure
they are getting their money's worth.
Memberships can be a sizeable invest-
ment so it's worth the time to find out
about a facility before signing a legal
contract. Consumers need to under-
stand they cannot just change, their
minds weeks or months after joining
and stop paying dues."
Currently, there are 2,266 health clubs
registered in Florida. During the past
year, 369 clubs went out of business.
The law provides consumers with the
right to cancel a contract within three
days of signing it, exclusive of holidays


before you go

into the water!


*S *.,r -:-i- H0 zard Mnzlr
LOiv H-zard
*.-;-- .-ory


- 1% ,- I I


and weekends, but it must be done in
writing. After three days, it is a binding
legal obligation. If a person become$
physically unable to use a substantial
portion of the services for which they
contracted, they can put a hold on the
membership until the disability ends. ff
the health studio goes out of business
or moves more than five driving miles
away from the original location it must
provide, within 30 days, a facility of equal
quality located within the five miles or
the contract is void.
Bronson says consumers should foi
low these tips:
* Call the department's helpline at
1-800-HELPFLA (1-800-435-7352) or 1-
800-FLAYUDA (1-800-352-9832) to make
sure that the health studio is registered
and to check its complaint history.
* Find out if the studio has posted
a bond with the department, as most
clubs that collect fees in advance are re-
quired to do so. 4
* Find out about the club's cancella-
tion policy in the event a member moves
or becomes physically unable to use the
facility. V
* Visit the club during the hours yod
intend to use it to determine whether
the equipment you want will be avail-
able at that time.
* Make sure exactly what the memn
bership fee covers. In some cases, ame1
nities such as racquetball and basket-
ball courts, childcare, towels, etc., cost
extra.
Bronson says that, like any legal doci
ument, it's important to read contracts
thoroughly and make sure that all prom-4
ises are made in writing. Ask questions
to make sure the terms of the member-
ship contract are understood and can b,
followed.






Wednesday, December 10, 2008


Local


Santa Rosa Press Gazette B 1 1


BRINGING OUT THE BEST


Pictured above, Ginger Eisele and Alexis Lenyszyn survey the piles of toys
donated by the Seniors to some of the children who are in foster care in Santa
Rosa County. It really is amazing that when times get a little harder, people from
all over Santa Rosa pull together to help each other. While most of the seniors
are living on fixed incomes, they managed to squeeze out a little something for
the kids, and made their own Christmas brighter with the effort. The Seniors Assn
sponsors many activities for men and women over 50. Anyone interested should
stop by the center, just across the street from the Navarre Library. There is a
volunteer in the office each weekday morning from 9 - 12 who would be happy
to talk about all the activities and how you can go about signing up. Watch for
our New Years Eve Dinner/Dance or call 936-1644 for information.


p k Alley Open 7 days a week
ports Gril inside
Tsy Food
HH\ '1Big Screen
alppy HOUr Sports Viewing
SIMi,.-Cr4J. A7 Video Games-Darts


SPIRIT OF THE SEASON


Chairwoman Jo Parnell,
Renee Jiron-Loy and Karl
Kohtz admire the piles
of gifts for the "Angel
Tree" kids and the food
donations collected for
Caring and Sharing of
Santa Rosa county. The
Navarre Garden Club
is proud to contribute to
the community in many
ways, among them a
number of community
beautification projects,
scholarships for Navarre
High School and PJC
students, Adopt-A-
Highway,and Jr Garden
Club in the Elementary
School. The club
sponsors many fun and
educational seminars and
workshops throughout the
year and welcomes new
members throughout the
year. Anyone interested
can call 850-936-7310,
or visit the Web site at
www.gardencentral.org/
florida/navarre/.


PI N PUMPI 1" INJ FURY I-1Research shows that pain pumps
!delivering medication directly to
the shoulder after surgery can cause the progressive destruction of shoulder cartilage.
If you or a loved one has received a pain pump after surgery and developed continu-
ing shoulder pain, please call attorney Dennis A. Lopez toll free at 1-800-390-0763
as you may have a claim against the manufacturer.
M V Modrior,,i: hi.-) .:lopped s~ll ,ng aopr, l,, u w e
t 3Iijle a d u .,P J m i h h e o rt dl ibd~t l , , ,r bi~ o j ,,;E
the lead may tear inside the body and is linked to five deaths
1I Vo or a le rJ ori hove u debibrhllia with e ewtii lli, detecve li.d .il . caEll nriornev
Dennis A Lopez roll free at 1-800-390 0763
I W N i l y o1 o1" ; 1 ,'r[f l " v ,: ,, L ,, ,,: , ., on e , . , , -,
of the recall for the heart medication
Digitek, you may have suffered from digitalis toxicity. Side effects linked to
the recalled Digitek tablets include:
,*Abnormally Slow Heart Rate *Cardiac Instability -Death
If you or a loved one have suffered serious side effects after using Digitek, call
Dennis A. Lopez toll free at 1-800-390-0763.


TnifOREY aLe CObNSELO AT LA*k


Dennis A. Lopez is licensed
in Florida with offices in
Tampa, Florida.


The hiring of a lawyer is an important decision that should not be base solely upon advertisements.
Before you decide, ask us to send you free written information about our qualifications and experience.


n o .J llis, Shamrn Suit, Mike Nix, Susan Scheminant , Joy Bridges
Debt Dykes, aKithyScuty,,Not Pictured: Michael Lossee Left to Right)
7N',. Y*,- ( \. ' . Mm -


Adult's

Haircut


$9.95
cumsfus
S- Coupon Expires 01/10/09


Open 7-Days
M-F: 9-8
Sat: 9-6 -Sun: 12-5


Kid's

Haircut
(11 yrs and under)


7.95

cuTSfus
Coupon Expires 01/10/09
16_----------------m


4801 US Hwy 90 * Pace, FL
(Next to Publix & Target)
0 dI0


ANF
ADV:PTI'IrJG nIET.r .s OF FLOPIJ.,A
CI :, l| Di , arh I M 'ro Daily


The key to advertising success



1-866-7421373


1-866-742-1373


www.florida-classifieds.com


SAVE 50% OFF YOUR NEXT HEATING BILL!
One Time Only Factory Direct Sale, Call Today!
AS SEEN AND HEARD ON POPULAR TV AND RADIO PROGRAMS IH1O00
iHeater Quartz Infrared Portable Heater
Safely and efficiently heats wall to wall, for Pennies a day!
H eats up to lU0 Sq. Ft. for $1/Day
L Lifetime Air Filter
Factory Warranty REG, PRICE
Safe for kids and pets N W 0
* Heats multiple rooms
Cannot start Urns 9 w
SSlash your heating bill up to 50%'/.
ONLY $279 and FREE Shipping(w�,, spespo. ,o U,
Call Now toorder 1-866-737-7212 nGeater
Phones Busy Older online 24/7 wwwrhetlerflorida.com [E malre S' lr- t y fkl


*






B 1 2 I Santa Rosa Press Gazette


Local


Wednesday, December 10, 2008


Communities join in

fight against cancer


Special to the Press Gazette
The American Cancer
Society's signature event,
Relay For Life, is a nation-
wide movement dedicated
to accelerating progress
in the fight against cancer.
Fun-filled overnight events
held in more than 4,700
communities across the
United States and 19 coun-
tries around the world,
Relay For Life events sup-
port patients and caregiv-
ers, celebrate survivors,
remember loved ones and
raise money for the fight
against cancer. Relay par-
ticipants form teams, camp
out and take turns walk-
ing, jogging or otherwise
moving around a track all
night.
Each event begins with


cancer survivors taking
a victory lap around the
track; later, a candle-light
ceremony is held in re-
membrance of those who
have passed away from the
disease. Kids and adults
of all ages participate in
this noncompetitive event
which requires no level of
athletic ability. People have
fun while raising much-
needed funds to fight can-
cer and raise awareness
of cancer prevention and
treatment.
To find out how your
team can participate in
Milton's Relay For Life
on May 1-2, contact Pam
Webb, event chairwoman,
at 393-2049 or webbp@
mail.santarosa.kl2.fl.us.
Visit us online at www.re-
layforlife.org/miltonfl,


Progress Center to host autism camp


Special to the Press Gazette
A free informational meeting
will be held on Dec. 12 at the Tide-
water Beach Resort in Panama
City Beach. The meeting will last
about two hours and will begin at
6:30 p.m. in the Media Room at the
resort. Angie Marshall, Chairman
of Progress Center will be speaking
along with a representative from


Hands, LLC (Behavioral Therapist)
and special guest speaker to dis-
cuss the specifics of this "first-of-
its-kind" outreach program. It will
combine both Auditory Sensitivity
Training and Behavioral/Cognitive
therapies (ABA Method) in a safe
and fun atmosphere. Seating will
be limited, and because of the high
demand of services, reservations
are required.


The Winter 2008 Outreach will
be a condensed program to benefit
children with autism or other sen-
sory/learning disabilities. The Out-
reach will be Dec. 26 through Jan.
4. Participation will be limited to 25
children. A 10-percent discount will
be given to the first 10 registrants.
To learn more about Progress
Center and the available programs,
visit www.progresscenter.us


1. Have your chimney and
fireplace inspected by a profes-
sional to make sure it's clean
and free of obstructions. Be sure
the fireplace is covered with a
metal screen or glass doors to
prevent the spread of sparks and
fire.
2. When purchasing a space
heater, make sure it bears the UL
safety .label and is equipped with a


cut-off safety feature that turns the
heater off should the heater acci-
dently tip over or overheat.
3. Make sure space heaters are:
at least 3 feet away from combus-
tible materials such as draperies,
furniture, bedding and clothing.
Warn children to keep away from
them.
4. Install a working smoke alarm
outside of every bedroom and on


every level of your house. Test the
smoke alarms monthly.
5. Have a plan in case you have
a fire.
6. Have a fire extinguisher avail-
able in your home, and make sure
it is fully charged. Know how to use
your fire extinguisher. If the fire
is out of control, do not attempt to
fight the fire. Exit your home and
call 911.


r-------------
ENERGY
SAVING LOCK
TOP DAMPER

$3511
I I
,OFF

L_ _ - ___>


r -----*-----i Ir - -------- It
LEAK GIFT
PROBLEMS CERTIFICATES'
SOLVED for family
$25 OFF member
II or friends

I i$25 OFF!
Coupons can not be combined with other offers.
Coupons can not be combined with other offers.


CHIMNEY
CLEANING

S$25
OFF

1 Expires 12/31/2008
--------------,... ,..,


lltar Chiminey e s

DO.t Let Tke Fie Yo Want Said,

The One Yea Dot -CoN AeStyi TMd U!


A'iStar Whimnsey Sweups
Chimney Sweeps & Inspections
Fireplace Problems Solved
Smoke Problems Solved
Bad Odors Eliminated
Leak Problems Solved
Waterproofing
Masonry Restoration & Repair
Cap * Screens * Animal Guards
Prompt Courteous Service * No Mess Guaranteed
Certified, Licensed & Insured

�Ced "ANSI Td I c


Milton

623-3300


Pace

994-2267


,ik~.~!A~l ~'4 C- ii -.


Fire safety TIPS


Sign Up for FREE


Smoking Cessation Classes!!
WHO:
The class is open to all residents of Santa Rosa County

WHEN:
Classes begin Thursday, January 8th
Midway: Class 11:00am to 12:00pm every Thursday for 5 weeks
Milton: Class 5:30pm to 6:30pm every Thursday for 5 weeks

WHERE:
Santa Rosa County Annex Building (across from Health Department)
MIDWAY (11:00am - 12:00pm)
Santa Rosa County Health Department
MILTON (5:30pm.- 6:30pm)

Smokeless tobacco users welcome.
If you would like more information, please call Julie Klein at 983-5200.






In conjunction with West Florida Area Health Education Center


------------








Wednesday December 10 2 8


T Local


Santa Rosa Press Gazette I B 1 3


ANNOUNCEMENTS


EC,. . 1........ � *r


00 -


EMPLOYMENT'


r!- 5i�
,5100-S~w


I II II


I~�X~ E3~inLE~7







~2Th~ ~I ~$


- P,7V7
o\p A.J\J


* 104 . 1010
time. TION FOR TERMINATION OF Legal 12/1485 The following Vehicle(s) are/is
PARENTAL RIGHTS. being held for the above Pregnant? Considering
YOUR FAILURE TO APPEAR NOTICE OF SALE claimed lien: adoption? A successful
OR RESPOND SHALL RE WnESSmy hand as the Clerk NOTICE OF SALE adoption? A successful
TREATED ASA COSENT saidCourt and the Seal To be sold for the lien owed for Year 2000 Make MITS educated woman seeks
TO TERMINATION OF PA- thereof, this 21st day of Novem- charges of town and stora e. Model 4DR to adopt, and needs your
nnUnRENTAL RIGHTS AND YOU ber, 2008. The vehicle will e sold to e help! Will be a loving
SHALL PERMANENTLY highest bidder to safis the lien v I N # helpl Will be a loving
LOSE ALL LEGAL RIGHTS CLERK OF COURT on the vehicle. The sade will be JA3AY26C3YU046323 full-time mom. Financial
- Legal Advertising AS A PARENT TO THE SANTA ROSA COUNTY, FLOR- held at Ken's Paint & Body security Expenses paid.
0 - Classified Notices C-HLD NAMED IN THE PEI- IDA 4074 Avalon Blvd., Milton in The registered and/or legal security. Expenses paid.
- Public Notices/ TION FOR TERMINATION CIRCUIT COURT SEAL Santa Rosa County n the State owners are: Lisa. (800)
Announcements OF PARENTAL RIGHTS. By: Suzanne Brooks of Florida. 900-2980, pin 00. FL
5- Carpools & Deputy Clerk OWNER: DAVID ALLEN GOR- Bar# 0150789.
Rideshare y hand as the The follow'n Vehicle s) are/is DON
p ons Esai ourtand the Sea 120308 being hec for the above 5284 LAKEWOOD DRIVE
-Adoptions thereof, this 17th day of No- 121008 claimed lien: MILTON, FL 32570
0 - Happy Ads vember, 2008. 121708
0 - Personals 122408 Year 1976 Make BUIC LIEN HOLDER: N/A
- Lost CLERK OF COURT 12/1464 Model 4DR INSURANCE CO: N/A
I - Found SANTA ROSA COUNTY, FLOR- INSURANCE CO: N/A _
IDA Legal 12/1484 VIN# 4P69J6H581373 1170
CIRCUIT COURT SEAL Amount to towing is 1255.00
By: Ncki Norton NOTICE OF SALE The registered and/or legal Lien Filin Fee 00.00
Deputyerk To be sold for the lien owed fr owners are: DEC ER5,008,s HUSKY
112608 c targesoftowiand soltrage. OWNER: MELVIN L a tional storage fee of $15.00 Off East Spencerield
S 3120398 Thevehicle will besoldtoae WILLIAMS per day plus sales tax. , a nce. el
12038 highest bidder to satisn, the lien 564 E. ROBINSON AVE Road in Pace. 994-5033
on 121708 olthe vehicle. The soe willbe CRESTVIEW, FL 32539 This said sale will be held on
11/41 held at Ken's Pajnt & Body , December 29, 2008 at 10:00
A07A Aolon Rv . M l IEn HOLOn- -N/A A


Santa Rosa county in the State
of Florida.'
Legal 12/1464T .
Legal 11/1416 Legal 12/1464 The followina Vehicle(s) are/is
Legal 11/1416 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF being held for the above
THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE FIRST JUDICIAL CIR- claimed lien:
-rTHE FIRST JUDICIAL CIR- CUlT IN AND FOR SANTA
UIT IN AND FOR SANTA ROSA COUNTY, FLORIDAYear 1993 Make JEEP
.ROSA COUNTY, FLORIDA JUVENILE DIVISION Model JP
-JUVENILE DMION CASE NUMBER
CWE NUMBER 07-DP-97 07-DP-138 , VIN# 1J4FY19P3PP246738


IN
Ai
Lie

tic
pi
T


.IN THE INTEREST OF: IN THE INTEREST OF: The registered and/or legal A
owners are:
S.S.W. 122212O000 D.H. DOB: 07/13/2006 OWNER: SHERRI RENEEeJOR-
L.W. 020 MINOR CHILDREN DAN aa
`MINOR CHILDREN 3790 VANTAGE DRIVE ioi
M C TO: Richard Olivas CANTONMENT, FL 32533 K
,.TO: Paul Jordan Father of: D. H., o minor hi
father of:.WS1 a minor child LIEN HOLDER: N/A TI
cth e reofL aWin nor U dARE HEREBY NOTIFIED INSURANCECO PROGRES-
child that a Petition under oath has SIVE EXPRESS INS.CO. C/O 1
'Address and whereabouts are been filed in the above styled SALVAGE DEPT
.unknown Court for the termination oftpa. 5920 LANDERABROOK DR, 1
rental rights of D0,H.. a mole BOX L321A -
*'YOU ARE HEREBY NOTI- child brnin Escambia County MAYFIELD HEIGHTS, OH
I RED that a Petition under oath Florida, by the Department of 44124
A"has been filed in the above Children and Faiy Services
-tyed Court for the termination for subsequent adoption and Amountto towing is $250.00,
pf parental rights orSSW a you are hereby commanded to Lien Filing Fee o b300.00
bjemale chi d orn on ite 22nd be and appear before the Hon- Storaaen Chaes of 1 132 A
dcay of December, 2000, in arable Marci L Goodman, as of DECEMBER 5, 2008, plus
,'Teas County, Oka ahoma and Jude of e of the Circuit Court in ddiionl tore e Tof
'of L.W., a male chid born on ancnfor anta Rosaocount, Flor- 5000 per day p I sateslax [
,,,te 8h day of February, 2007, ida, at the Santa Rosa .ounty PLUS AN-AOMINISTRATIVE L
in Santa Rosa Cu Florida, C ouRse, 6865 Caroline CHARGE OF 50.00.
bythe Department o Childre Street, Milton. FL 32570, on the
ad Fami 'Services for subse- 22nd day ofanuary, 2609, at This said sale will be held on
.que adoption, and you re 9:00.m. You mus eitherap- JANUARY 5, 2009 at 10:00
ere yommandd to be and ea date and at the time AM. L
ooe oberore CtheHoreoroh specified Nr send a writtenPre-
,Jue of sponse to tIhe Court prior to that IfI the owner cares to recover N-
he irc ourtn an for time. said vehicle they may bring the
CSa oun Floridaoamount ao the charges in cash Ti
"he Santo Rosa County Court- YOUR FAILURE TO APPEAR OR only before the date of sale toac,
house 6865 Caroline Street, RESPOND SHALL BE TREATED Ken's Paint & Body and the ve- Tr
,Milton', L 32570, on the 12 AS A CONSENT TO TERMINA- hicle will be surrendered to h
.dhayrfFebxari t 2009, at TION OF PARENTAL RIGHTS them. This sale isin accordance o
'-:0 a.m. You steither'op AND YOU SHALL PERMA- with FL, Statute 713.78., h
."pearonthedateandatthetime NENTLY LOSE ALL LEGAL
specifiedd or send a written re- RIGHTS AS A PARENTTO THE 121008 ' S
*ponset the Court prior to that CHILD NAMED IN THE PETI- 121008 0
,.d 12./1A48


ISURANCE CO: N/A ' If the owner cares to recover
said vehic lethey may'bring the
mount t owin is $90.00, amount of the charges in cash
sn F;!;ng Fo 300.0 Str 'only before the date of sale to
ie Charges of $0 as of DE- Ken's Pa nt & Bbdy and the ve-
MBER 2008, ls , addi h c e will be surrendered to
rnal storage fee 'o 15.00 them. This sale is in accordance
er day plus sales tax. with FL. Statute 713.78.
his said sale will be held on 121008
december 29, 2008 at 10:00 121008
M. 12/1486
the owner cares to recover Legal 12/1487
aid vehicle they may bring the
mount of the charges in cash IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
ily before the date of sale to THE FIRST JUDICIAL CIR-
en's Paint & Body and the ve. CUIT, IN AND FOR SANTA
cle will surrendered to them. ROSA COUNTY, FLORIDA
his sale is in accordance with JUVENILE DIVISION
L. Statute 713.78. CASE NUMBER 04-DP-29


21008
21008
2/1485









egal 12/1486
NOTICE OF SALE
o be sold for the lien owed for
charges of towina and storage.
he vehicle will e sld to the
igh-st bidder t sais the lien
n the vehicle. The sae will be
eld at Ken's Paint & Body
074 Avalon Blvd., Milton in
pnta Rgsa County in the State
ofFIarida.


IN THE INTEREST OF:
M. W. 090/14/1999
A MINOR CHILD
TO: William Hoovermale, III,
Father
I/k/a 4204 Yosemite Drive,
Ocean Springs, MS 39564
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTI-
FIED that a Petition under oath
has been filed in the above
tyed Court for th terminatiC
male cniadbm on the 14th day
of September, 1999, in Santa
Rosa County, Florida, by the
Department of Children and
Family Services, for subsequent
adoption and you are hereby
commanded tobend and Rpear
before Ihe Honorable Marci
L Goodman, Judge of the Cir-
cuit Court in and for Santa Rosa
County, Florida, at the Santa
Rosa County Courthouse, 6865
Caroline Street Milton, FL
32570, on the ALth day of
January, 2009, at 9:00
a.m. You must either appear
on the date and at the time
specified or send a written re-
sponse to the Court prior to that
timeh ' -
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
Ihereof this 3 day of Decem-
ber, 2M08.
CLERK OF COURT
SANTA ROSA COUNTY, FLOR-
IDA
CIRCUIT COURT SEAL
By: Nicki Norton
Deputy Clerk
121008
121708
122408
123108
12/1487



DONATE YOUR VE-
HICLE RECEIVE $1000
GROCERY COUPON
UNITED BREAST CAN-
CER FOUNDATION Free
Mammograms, Breast
Cancer Info
www.ubcf.info FREE Tow-
ing, Tax Deductible,
Non-Runners Accepted,
(888)468-5964.
Feeling Anxious
About The Future?
Buy and read Dianetics
by L. Ron Hubbard.
Price: $20.00. Order
Now. Free Shipping.
www.DianeticsTampa.org
or Call (813)872-0722.
Run your ad STATE-
WIDE! Run your classi-
fied ad in over 100 Flor-
ida newspapers reaching
over 4 MILLION readers
for $475. Call this news-
paper or (866)742-1373
for more details or visit:
www.florida-classifieds.co
m.


I PETS & ANIMLs
2100 - Pets
2110- Pets: Free to
1Good Home
2120 - Pet Supplies
2130 - Farm Animals/
Supplies
2140 - Pets/Livestock
Wanted
2150 - Pet Memorials



� - 2100

Pit Bull Pups
-ADBA reg. $250.00
850-797-4182


3100 -Antiques
3110 -'Appliances
3120 - Arts & Crafts
3130 - Auctions
3140 - Baby Items
3150 - Building Supplies
3160 - Business
Equipment
3170 - Collectibles
3180 - Computers
3190 - Electronics
3200 - Firewood
3220 - Furniture
3230 - Garage/Yard Sales
3240 - Guns
3250 - Good Things to Eat
3260 - Health & Fitness
3270 - Jewelry/Clothing
3280 - Machinery/
Equipment
3290 - Medical Equipment
3300 - Miscellaneous
3310 - Musical Instruments
3320 - Plants & Shrubs/
Supplies
3330 - Restaurant/Hotel
3340 - Sporting Goods
3350 - Tickets (Buy & Sell)





PACE SELF STORAGE
AUCTION ,
4964 Highway 90, Suite
A, Pace, FL 32571.
Unit 88/91-Kilpatrick;
Unit 101-Walls;
Unit 251/252-Campbell;
Unit 188-Patterson.
Dec. 18, 2008 (Thurs.)
at 9:00 a.m. sharp.



II


We Deliver & Install
Centipede
St. Augustine
Bermuda
Baled Pine Straw

Call us first, Save Time
Call us last, Save Money
Hwy. 87 So. * Milton
626-8578


Steel Buildings
Super Discounts
Complete: Foundation,
Permit Plans
Can Erect
www.scg-grp.com
Source#0D4
Phone: 850-391-0204


A Brand Name King Pil-
lowtop set. New in Plas-
tic w/warr. $200. -Can
Deliver 850-471-0330

All Brand New Queen
Pillowtop Set. In plastic
w/warrr. $165. Delivery
available 850-255-3050

Bed A 100% all new Full
size mattress set in plastic
w/warranty. $119.00.
850-471-0330

Cherry coffee table
(51" x 26") with center
drawer, and lower shelf.
$125. (850)981-1486


Wooden Baby
Crib
with cabinet, drawers.
Complete with mattress
and accessories. In very
good cond. Asking price
$190. Call 682-3535 or
685-8063


DANIEL'S REGISTERED
HOME CHILD CARE
All day, before and
after school hours. Trans-
portation provided. Holi-
day care.
(850) 981-1835




Dependable
Housekeeper
Seeking
additional clients.
Over 15 years
of experience!
References available
upon request
Call: 994-6236
DIRT CHEEP
CLEANING SERVICE
We furnish supplies.
$10.00 discount w/ad.
ACCEPTING NEW
CUSTOMERS.
Call 384-2388



ELDERLY CARE
10 years experience.
References.
981-3937

PRIVATE
Home Companion/Sitter.
Honest, dependable care
with references. CPR.
Errands, meals,
Dr. appointments,
shopping, etc.
Quality elderly care.
Full or part time.
Pace / Milton area.
850-516-3925




GOT MUSIC?
Piano/Keyboard and
vocal instructions.
Reasonable rates,
fun lessons.
Call today.
Space is limited.
(850) 308-1302


ATTENTION
HUGE YARD SALE
AND FOOD
in Chumuckla, beside
Oaks Meat Processing
on Segrest Road.
Sat. & Sun,
Dec. 13th-14th
BIG
5-FAMII,Y
YARD SALE
5277 San Miguel Street,
Avalon area. Sat. & Sun
Dec. 13th & 14th
7am until ?
FRIDAY & SATURDAY
(12/12-12/13)
eam-noon
5867 N. Airport Rd.
East Milton .
Lots of Christmas items,
homewares, housewares,
tools. SOMETHING FOR
EVERYONE!
MULTI-FAMILY
YARD SALE
Dec. 12 & 13
7am until ?
7411 Hwy. 89,
past Point Baker
(2 miles towards
Allentown)


RUMMAGE SALE
Baby stuff, dinette set
and lots of miscellaneous
priced at 250 each.
Thurs., Fri. & Sat.
at 12:00 pm.
4512 Mesquite Drive





AIRLINES ARE HIR-
ING - Train for high pay-
ing Aviation Mainte-
nance Career. FAA ap-
proved program. Finan-
cial aid if qualified - Job
placement assistance.
CALL Aviation Institute of
Mai n t e n a n c e
(888)349-5387.

ATTEND COLLEGE
ONLINE from Home.
*Medical, *Business,
*Paralegal, *Computers,
*Criminal Justice. Job
placement assistance.
Computer available. Fi-
nancial Aid if qualified.
Call (866)858-2121,
www.CenturaOnline.com.


Divorce '149, Wills 30
Name Change 149 Centipede-
FREE Typing, Call for St. Augustine
lWorksheet (850) 434-7524 Farm Direct
1850N."W"St We Deliver
(1 blk. N. of Flea Market) 434-0066


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




MR. MIKE'S
LAWN SERVICE
Affordable Lawn Care
and Maintenance.
Free estimates.
PRESSURE WASHING
AVAILABLE.
Commercial/
Residential.
Call us today!
Mike Pickard, Sr.
850-516 6914
850-623-1081


New Hope
Painting &
, Wallpapering
*Drywall repairs & patch
work
*Pressure cleaning
(homes, decks, patios,
& sidewalks)
*Carpentry work (crown
molding, paneling,
install cabnits, build
decks, trim, base &
case)
*Residential
interior/exterior.
Family owned business,
over 30 years.
Call the Ericksens today!
(850) 723-2550 or
623-6034


SERVICES
REMODELING,
ROOM ADDITIONS,
HOME REPAIRS!!
30 YRS. EXR
LICENSED & INSURED
BUILDING
CONTRACTOR!
AFFORDABLE RATES.
(850) 983-2425





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





Tree/Stump Work

Stump Mama
and Bobcat Joe,
Inc.
*Stump Removal
*Land Clearing
*Dirt Work *
Debris Removal.
Specializing in evening
and weekend work.
Senior Citizen Discount.
Free Estimates.
350-390-2841
Licensed & Insured.






WORK WANTED
Fence repair, painting,
moving help, anything
No job too small or
big. 7 days a week.
Frank 346-4789


1101
1110
1121
1125
1131
1141
1150
1161
S1171




1.6


a l
j ~l 08 850-63-12


VY U l:ZU y, , �IIWV / -


N


A,\


W ill,-S r. - -,,

,-~ ~ "1 "'' *'


00 -117


AM�t


N EIL HOLDER: N/A


1
2
2
2


Sonm%


*; -**^Ta*







BI 4 | Santa Rosa Press Gazette


Local


Wednesday, December 10, 2008


NOW AVAILABLE
2008 POST OFFICE
JOBS. $18-$20/HR. NO
EXPERIENCE, PAID
TRAINING, FED BENE-
FITS, VACATIONS. CALL
(800)910-9941 TODAYI
REF #FLO8.



LESTER SPINETT
PIANO.
Plays well.
$450. 537-1979


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


Driver- PTL Needs
Company Drivers- CDL-A
earn up to 40 cpm.
1/2cpm increase every
60K miles. Average
2,800 miles/week.
www.ptl-inc.cdin Call
(877)740-6262,
Driver Tralnees-
Needed., No CDL?
No Problem! Earn up
to $900/wk. Home
weekends with TMC.
Company endorsed
CDL Training.
1-866-280-5309


Driver-BYNUM TRANS-
PORT- needs qualified
drivers for Central Flor-
ida- Local & National
OTR positions. Food
grade tanker, no hazmat,
no pumps, great benefits,
competitive pay & new
eq uipment -
(866)GO-BYNUM. Need
2 years experience.
DRIVERS: CALL TO-
DAYI Sign-On Bonus
35-41cpm Earn over
$1000 weekly Excellent
Benefits Need CDL-A & 3
mds recent OTR
(877)258-8782
www.meltontruck.com
MYSTERY SHOPPERS
Earn up to $150.00 a
day. Under cover shop-
pers needed to judge
retail and dining estab-
lishments. Experience not
required., please call *
1-877-679-6772
No Truck 'Driver Ex-
perience - No Problem.
Wil-Trans Trucking Will
Teach You How to Drive.
Company Sponsored
CDL Training. Be OTR in
Three Weeks.
(888)368-1205. Must be
23.



JOB CRAFTERS, INC.
NOW HIRINGIIIII FIRST
CLASS SHIPYARD
CRAFTS LONG TERM
WORK FL, AL, MS OVER
TIME & PER DIEM
PHONE: (800)371-7504
OR (251)433-1270 FAX:
(251)433-0018 EOE
www.Jobcrafters.net.


1 4130 So100o 61o | 6110
Be Empowered! Real- Milton Milton
Learn to Operate a Ize Financial Fulfillment Five room commercial 1 bedroom, 1 bath,
Crane or Bull Dozer with a Proven Systeml building. Great location downstairs duplex. Quiet,
Heavy Equipment Train- Six-figure Potential. Re- on Stewart Street. Fur- safe area. 1 block of Mil-
ing. National Certifica- turning 2 min-phone nished or unfurnished, ton Courthouse 5189
tion. Financial & Place- calls. Not MLM. Full Great for insurance or Santa Rosa Street - A.
ment Assistance. Georgia Training & Support. Ref- tax office. $600 month $390 month. 291-7465
School of Construction. erences Available. Seri- 623-9623
www.Heavy5.com Use ous Call (800)940-6301, SEVERAL OFFICES Milton
code "FLCNH" or call www.cashresultstoday TO CHOOSE FROM. 2 bedroom, 1 bath
(866)218-2763. .com Great area, totally Duplex on Byrom Street..
Create your own remodeled, excellent Section 8 approved.
prosperity and per- environment, utilities $425 month, $350 dep.
Post Office Now Hir- sonal freedom with included. From $295 & 982-0984
Ing! Avg Pay $20/hr or your own financial bail- up. 255-4004 MILTON
$57K/yr Including Fed- out plan. Go to: . APARTMENTS
eral Benefits and OT. www.financialfreedornm2008.n is nowaccepting
Placed by adSource not e t | 6110 applications.
affiliated w/USPS who or call (888)848-4777. 0Call 626-1939
hires. Call (866) 1 BR/1BAon Hwy
713-4492. . ---- .. 89/Dogwood. CH/A,
....49. f ' .water, sewer & garbage DECEMiltonBER SPE
I included. $395/mo. DECEMBER SPE-
$350/dep. Available ICAL
Immediately. Call 1/BR furnished partitial
I 292-9645 until paid No dogs. Has
laundryroom, in ground
S " 2 bedroom, 1 bath swimming pool, in
'( duplex. All utilities paid walking distance to
SETA E Sexcept electric. Nice, big stores, restuarants, etc.
-. . �'e' - ' asiness/ lot, large trees. Stove and $650 plus $350 de-
Commercial refrigerator included, posit w/coupon. Em-
6110- Apartments Dead end street, Wash- erald Sands 712-9968
BUSINESS & CIAL 6120 - Beach Rentals er/dryer hookup. $600
" "r- "- .-""I6130- Condo/Townhouse rent, $300 deposit.
5100 - Business 6140 - House Rentals 3834 Mlton
Opportunities 6150 - Roommate Wanted 723-3834 Milton
5110 - Money to Lend 6160- ooms for Rnt APT. FOR RENT DECEMBER SPE-
6170- Moile Home/Lot New carpet. Very clean. ICAL
6180 - Out-of-Town Rentals 1 bedr. Non-smoking 1/BR furnished No
6190 - Timeshare Rentals 1 bedroom N g d
z6200 - Vacation Rentals environment. No pets. dogs. Has laun-
$500 month, $250 dep. dryroom, in ground
15 100 s.00^^ ]r 48SSS 626-0366 swimming pool, in
5100 626-0366 walking distance to
ALL CASH CANDY 6100For Rent stores, restuarants, etc.
ALL CASH CANDY Milton 5789 Eagle Dr. i $475 plus $350 de-
ROUTE Do you earn Milton Newer 2/2 duplex posit w/coupon. Emer-
$80p In a day? 30 Local Commercial build- with 1 car garage. aid Sands 712-9968
Ma hnes and Candy- Ings on Stewart $650/$600
$9,9 5. (888)629-9968 Street. 5 offices, recep- GECPM
BO2000033. CALL US: tion area and receptionist (850) 439-3007 Milton
We will not be under- area. $960 month. (850) 777-9214 DECEMBER SPE-
soldl 623-3300 ICAL


BUSINESS SERVICES


f . ,.,


.


Mimloe's Cleaning


1 , RESIDENTIAL OR COMMERCIAL


850-994-4957
850-292-6980
786-543-8952

*.* ' ; . -. * " - * ,; *...- ,' . .s,,, ,,' .


- 3*~* .*.,,

it


Licensr-ed .. Ir.u..-. .
OI ner 723-2550 - 623-6034
PAUL STEWART f no answer, please leave message





Me, tlB u.ili g snc


I,


" Ii


Cell: 850-206-4008
' . Financing Available


Affordable Lawn Care
and Maintenance
Pressure Washing Available

Commercial * Residential

Mike Pickard, Sr.
850-516-6914
S 850-623-1081


,


.LJJ.I .IJ. A j .L.J.lJ I


-C _--- , --. -.


I


*4,
.


, .i q Ul~l i--vvumm
' -: Tractor Service
S- From trimming to tractor wor

" Bushhogging * Dirt WC
Clean-ups * Rakir

Hauling * Mowir

Reasonable Rates - Free Estimate
(850) 623-0493 Cell: 485-7977
. . Licensed & Insured


To Advertise

In The Business

& Services

Directory



623-2120


2/BR, 1/BA unlur-
nished. No dogs. Has
laundryr6om, in ground
swimming pool, in
walking 'distance to.
stores, restuarants, etc.
$550 plus $350 de-
posit w/coupon. Em-
erald Sands 712-9968




Shade, Fruit
Palm Ornamental
Citrus Trees
Roses, Vines, Lilies
Annuals &
Perennials
Flowering Evergreen
Tropical &
Seasonal Shrubs
Friendly Service
Great Prices
850-623-8109 |








Po B




Lumpum




or
3-ea
Bu u


-Milton5399 Locklin Street M
Milton 3 bedrooms, 1 bath. Un- F
Off Avalon Blvd. I furnished
2/BR 1/BA, cathedral furnished. -Fenced back
ceilings, large kitchen, yard. Near Milton High
ceilings, large kitchen, School $400 deposit,
laundryroom. No Dogs $650 month;
$600 plus $350 de- 6449 Lark Avenue
posit discount withcou- 3 bedrooms, 2 baths. Un-
pon. 712-9968 furnished. Fenced back 6
yard. Near Milton High
.Milton School. $400 deposit, -
Off Avalon Blvd. $650 month;
2/BR 2/BA with laun- 6411 Skyline Drive
dryroom. Up stairs with 4 bedrooms, 1 bath.
balcony. Water included. Fenced back yard. $400
No dogs. $650 plus deposit, $625 month.
$350 deposit. discount Syrcle Court
with coupon. 712-9968 3 bedrooms, 1 bath. I
Milton Fenced back yard. $400
Spacious, 1 bedroom, deposit, $625 month. I
1 bath apartment. Lots 255-1459/994-0179
of privacy. Big yard. 6549 Sinclair Street
$325 month, $325 dep. 3 bedrooms, 2 bath with
995-4335 extra large shop. $695
Milton month, $500 deposit. No I
Very nice, spacious, 2 pets 512-9293
bedrooms, 2 bath 7255 Birdie Lane
duplex with fireplace. Newer home near Whit-
Great location. $650Whit- I
month, $650 deposit ing Field. 3 bedrooms, 2
5 d posit. bath. Open floor plan,
a995-4335 large extra room. No
Near Whiting pets. $795 month, $600
2 bed, 1 bath duplex. deposit. 512-9293
$450 month, $450dep. 3BR/2BA Foreclosurel
Water and garbage 3BR/2BA Foreclosure!
included. Call Don $11,0001 Only $199/
Cumble Realty. Mo! 5% down 15 years
626-8959 / 377-6787 @ 8% apr. Buy, 4/BR
$259/Mol For listings
NEW AND MODERN (800)366-9783 Ext
Duplex. 2/2, 1 car gar- 5798.
age. (Near Whiting
Field) $600 month, $600 E. Milton
sec. dep. Call Don 3.bedrooms, 1 1/2
Cumble Realty baths. One car garage,
626-8959 or 377-6787 1,100 sq. ft. home on 1
shady acre. Pets ok.
f $700 month, $500 dep.
__. _ 626-9844
For Rent
*3/2 Home 7050 Season Dr.
5145 Trenton Dr. Nice 4/2 home in
in Pace $850. Milton. Close to
*4/2 Home Whiting Field.
3159 Waterview Dr. $1,195/$1,200
in Milton $1,400. GECPM
*4/2 Home 6027 (850) 439-3007
Meursalt Rd. in Milton (850) 777-9214
$1200. '
*3/1 Home 4641 Geri FOR RENT: $525 per
St. in Milton $800. month, $350 deposit.
*3/2 Home 6710 Ce- 3 bedrooms, 1 bath.
dar Ridge Cir. in Milton Stove, refrigerator, car-
$950. pet/vinyl, blinds & wash-
*2/2 Duplex 5825 er/dryer hookups. No
Windham Rd. in Milton pets. 623-5981,
$550. cell 748-1273
*4/3 Home Arnies
Way in Milton $1200. HOUSE FOR RENT
*3/2 Home 5476 Oak 2 bedrooms, central heat
Meadows in Milton & air. Garbage
$1250. furnished. 994-5023
*2/1 Duplex 5892 Au-
dubon Bi in Pensacola Milton
$550. 3 bedrooms, 1 bath
*4/2 Home Kelvin Ter- home.' Newly remod-
race in Pensacola eled. Big yard. Good Io-
$1000. cation. $525 month,
*3/2 Home 4821 $525 dep. 995-4335
Makenna Cir. in Pace Milton
$1200. 6332 Greenwood Dr
*4/3 Mobile Home 3 bedrooms, 2 baths
9573 S Trace Rd. in with 2 car garage on
East Milton $900. 1 acre. F/P CH & A.
Santa Rosa Realty $800 dep., $995 rent.
623-0077 (neg.) 623-3339
3 bedroom, 2 bath Milton
home in cul-de-sa with Cute Cottage, 1 bed-
huge yard, 2 car garage room, 1 bath. Washer/
and fireplace. Great dryer hookup. Quiet
neighborhood. Pets con- neighborhood, near bike
sidered. $875 .+ dep. or trail.. Non-smoking envi-
$975 + dep., rent to ronment. $450 month,
own. 216-5660 $450 down. 623-8365


Now Accepting Applications
For I & 2 Bedroom
Apartments
Call I

994-4353


Mll.'. Meld Serwvl@.'


Stump Mama

and Bobcat Joe, Inc.
Stump Removal * Land Clearing
Dirt Work * Debris Removal
Senior Citizen Discount.
Free Estimates

850-390-2841
Licensed & Insured
Owner Joe & Rochelle Priest


NEW HOPE PAINTING
& WALLPAPERING

Interior ~ Exterior ~ Residential

~ Dry Wall ~ Pressure Cleaning

~ Wallpapering ~ Carpentry Work

Call the Ericksens today!


PrBuildings / Garages
All Steel Construction
Free: Det ery' Setup Trim Anch


i i ' We Furnish Supplies
$10.00 discount w/ad
Accepting New Customers

,^ Call 384-2388 J


I


*k
irk
19
ng

ng
es


J


*iB!~iaa(��.^4~~a~w^Mfi^


- . - I - . - - --- - - --- .- -- -OL


m m


Milton
FOR RENT
3bed/bathl-Electric, car-
)et, fenced, large work-
shop with electric. $750
month/$750 dep. Close
o Whiting, Interstate
and Shopping.
6241 Glenwood Drive.
850-291-0385
Never Rent Againl
Buy, 4Br 2Ba $15,400!
Only $199/Mo! 3 Br
$11,0001 5% down 15
years 8%. HUD Homes
Available for listings
(800)366-9783 ext
5796.
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
NORTH HARBOR
SUBDIVISION
3971 High Bridge Dr.
3 bedrooms, 2 baths.
$1,450 month.
Call Barrons Realty
934-2588

WHY RENT???
New Site Built Homes
from the $100's. Low
Interest Rates!
800- 678-4647


| 6170
3 bedroom/2 bath,
fenced yard, outside
building. $500
month/$500 security.
626-8959 Don Cumbie
Realty

5 Rentals Available
Milton 1 bedroom
cottage 5470 Harvel
400.00 per month
400.00 deposit.
East Milton 3 bed-
room double wide
5073 Phoenix Dr.
695.00 per month
500.00 deposit.
East Milton 3 bed-
room 2 bath mobile
home 5101 Phoenix
Dr. 525.00 per month
400.00 deposit.
East 'Milton 3 bed-
room 2 bath mobile
home 7743 Elrod Rd
495.000 per month
400.00 deposit.
East Milton 5 bed-
room 3 bath double
wide 8617 John
Hamm Rd: 725.00
per: month 500.00
deposit.
Call Blumac Realty
Inc. 981-1631
Howard L. Bleuel Jr.
President/Broker �
0*O


~ *..


^


*:*>


j






WednesdayDecember 10 2008


T Local


Santa Rosa Press Gazette I B 15


4 mobile homes for 1933sf 3/2/2 from NEW CUSTOM HOME
rent with option to $159,900. Great Room, ALL BRICK HOMES
buy. Owner financing. Built on your lot. Other 100% COMPLETE ON
East Gate Mobile Home homes from the low YOUR LOT, STARTING
Ranch. 626-8973 $100s. Great Financing. AT $176,900.11 %
16 X 80, 3/2 800- 678- 4647 (850) 983-2425
Clayton Home. Foreclosure sale NEW CUSTOM HOME
East Gate Mobile 5 bed/3 bath for IN UPSCALE PACE SUB-
Home Ranch, 626-8973 $69,000, call for details. DIVISIONI S 3/2 1483
2/2, total electric. We owner finance. Call Living Area, 2238 Under
East Gate Mobile Home 682-3344 Roof. 5002 Covenant
Ranch. 626-8973 Circle $156,960 (850)
2/1. Quiet & clean. 983-2425
$420 month. First month
free with 12 month lease. NEW CUSTOM HOME
All electric. CH & A, LOADED W/EXECUTIVE
Storage & covered UPGRADES IN UPSCALE
porch. Water, garbage Ft. Walton PACE SUBDIVISIONI r
and sewer provided. Kenwood 3/2 1531 Living Area,
$395. deposit. 602 Mooney Rd 2153 Under Roof.
Sonnydale Lane. Beautiful brick 3br, 2 5082 Covington Drive
375-4515, 623-9902 ba, 2 cg. Close to $158,900. (850)
BE HOME FOR bases on quiet half 983-2425
CHRISTMAS acre corner lot. Built in NEW CUSTOM HOME
3 bedroom, 2 bath in 1994, kitchen recently LOADED W/EXECUTIVE
quiet Park. Sewer and updated with stainless UPGRADES IN UPSCALE
garbage included. No steel appliances, comer PACE SUBDIVISIONIIL
pets. Non-smoking envi- FP wall brick hearth 3/2 1533 Living Area,
ronment. $635 plus dep. vaulted ceilings, fresh 3/2 1533 Livinder Roof.
626-1552 paint, security system, 5089 Covington Drive
E. MILTON updated electronic irri- 50 (5
3/2 mobile home nation, large screened $159,960. (850)
Minutes from 110, quiet porch under roof, chain 983-2425
area with fenced yard. ink back yard perfect NEW CUSTOM HOME
Non-smoking environ- for pets. $299,000. LOADED W/EXECUTIVE
ment, $500. Lease, refer- Call 850 226-6754 UPGRADES IN UPSCALE
ences & deposit PACE SUBDIVISIONII
623-9623 or 418-0783 LIMITED OFfER: 3/2 1559 Living Area,
FOR RENT OR SALE - 4/2 $997/mo 2203 Under Roof.
2005, 3 bedroom FEMA , Zero Down bit on your lot 4828 Covenant Circle
mobile home. East Gate w/land equity. Includes $158,700. (850)
Mobile Home Ranch. Tax/Insur I Price 983-2425
626-8973 $113,900K @ 7.104% October harvest
Jay/Milton/Pace, APR E-Z Qify for October harvest
ReJay/Milton/Pace d- 30y r-fixed FHA-insured sale, Repo, Used,
Rentas 2 &3 bed- mortgageCallnowl Foreclosure, New, and
rooms. $400-$650 per m tga 7 Discounted Homes for
month.Section 8/Hud ac- 800-678-4647 sale. Payments ranging
cepted. Call 994-5703 from $450-650 a month.
Milton Call Clayton Homes at
2BR/1BA 850-682-4284
$500. month + Dep.and ONLY FOURTEEN
Ref. Water and garbage ONLY FOURTEEN
furnished. Sec. 8 ac- MILTON PAYMENTS LEFT.
cepted. (850)499-7412 3 bed/2 bath home. Make one and move in.
Milton (Pine Lake Estate) 850-682-3344
Highway 87 $135,000. Own your own land
Large 2 bedroom, 3 bed/2 bath home or have family land?
2 bath trailer. New car- With Sun Room Call Clayton Homes, 0%
pet, vinyl. Fenced back (Hawk's Nest) down, all credit OK.
yard. $475 month $135,000. 850-682-3344
698-6189 3-4 bed/2 1/2 bath. 85-234
Milton With In-ground Pool. QUICk Pre-Qual
M n (Breckenridge) Quick Pre-Qual!
Quiet Clean Park $235,000. You can pre-qualify in 15
Rent includes water, gar- . Call Linda Deck minutes. Great homes
bage and lawn service. Deck Realty, Inc from the $100s on your
No Pets. (850) 626-0711 lot. 800-678-4647
2/2 for $450/month. ( 60-- -
22 for $350/month Milton- Take over payments!
Call 698-4582 StMton Bad credit, no problem.
Call 698-4582 Starter home. Take over payments on
Mobile home, camper. 2 Bedrooms, 1 bath. a 3 bedroom, 2 bath.
Sleeps 6 - this camper is .23 acre, in city. Demo Call for details.
set up similar to a studio done, some improve- 850-682-4284
apartment on private lot ments complete, you
with shed. FREE TV/ CA- finish. 5799 Sunray St.
BLE. Pay electric only. $28K. Call 393-3236.
$450. month, no security
deposit. 776-1180 - - --- 7120
OFF AVALON Milton
2 bedroom mobile home Commercial 1.5 acres
with covered entry. All Route 87.
electric, C H & A. Just arr850-982-9312
remodeled. Water/ gar- Navarre
age included. $475 2 story, 4 br, 2V/ ba,
month, $300 dep. (dep. 2150sf home on large
& 1/2 of months rent to natural lot. 9' ceilings, 7tSO
move in) 623-8753 or separate living & dining
983-8020 rooms, eat-in kitchen. Lg. Chumuckla
Off Avalon Blvd. whirlpool tub and sepa- 14 acres, groat deer
(Rice Road) rate shower in master Connecting witood 50,000
3/2. Just remodeled, bath. Beautiful, quiet wa- acres mang. area. Can
All electric, central heat terfront neighborhood, divide. Owner financing
& air. Water.& garbage. Priced to sell at the re- or willvtrade for house,
r, ciude.a i. mo,-,Ir, r duced price of $260K.. property, boat, etc.
f0O,:, 0, & 1' Call 850 261-0322, or $140,000. (850)
months rent to move in) 685-8048 leave msg. 623-1288
-,623-2567 or 983-8020
Old Bagdad Highway
2 bedroom, 1 bath,
14 X 60. $550 month
994-3156 or 393-9758
Pace
3 bedrooms, 2 baths B R S & MOR
on 3/4 of an acre. Excel-
lent area, off Woodbine
Road, $500 + security. BABY BIRD
255-4004
Pea Ridge LARGE SELECTION OF
4032 Overlook
Circle 3 bedroom/2 ACCESSORIES INCLUDING
bath on private lot with
large shed. $475 month, CAGES AND TOYS
$400 deposit. 698-8337,
0 Many Hard To Find F iches
", Lady Gouldian Finch
W. Pintail Wydah
Cockatiels,
Love Birds
R ESTATE F Conures & Javas
7100 - Homes
7105- Open Houses
7110- Beach Home/
Property Top Quality Bird Food
7120 - Commercial Top u Bird aoo
7130- CondolTownhouse
7140- Farms & Ranches Essential Harvest (Doily Greens)
7150u - Lots and Acreage (Doily
7160 - Mobile Anmes Morning Bird, Avitech, Vetaform
7180 - Investment
7190 Out-of-Town Tues, Thurs, Fri & Sat- 94
Real Estate
7200- Timeshare Sunday 14
994-4466
2008 blow out! Must
sell all discounted homes, PACE, FL 32571
used homes, and foreclo-
sure homes. Call Clayton (Across rom LOWe's)
Homes for information. www.rh0ndasaviary.com
850-682-3344______________________


I


S


I


Jay
6 to 23 acres, good deer
hunting, beautiful creek
frontage, large, hard-
wood trees. 2.5 miles
from downtown Jay.
Owner financing.$6,900
per acre and up.
(850)623-1288
LOTS-LAND FOR SALE
PREMIUM LOTS IN NEW
UPSCALE PACE SUBDIVI-
SION. $33,000.11 (850)
983-2425
MID TENN MTNS By
Owner, 5 acres, perfect
mountaintop cabin-site
w/woods. Small stream
in back of property. A
must see!l $26,900.
Owner Financing (931)
445-3611.
NORTH CAROLINA
MOUNTAINS-Handyman
special bordering
U.S.FS. paved dr., well,
septic, singlewide with
shop near Lake
Nantahala, borders
paved road. Only
$ 4 9 , 0 0 0- .
http://valleytownrealty.com
(800)632-2212 val-
leytownrealty@
verizon.net.
South Carolina low
country Hunting/ Recrea-
tion Tracts for sale. Close
to 1-95 in Bamberg CO.
Peaceful/secluded and
loaded with deer, turkey,
hogs and timber value
t o o
42ao85ao-120ao-235ao00a
c - 7 3 0 a c -
all on the Little
Salkahatchle river.
Roads, game plots,
stands new Ready to
hunt. Priced below mar-
ketlI Call Now
(803)826-6033 (Brokers
Protected).
TENNESSEE LAND
RUSH! 1+acre to 2acre
homesites, wood, views.
Starting at $59,900.
-Tenn River & Nick-a-Jack
view tracts now availa-
blel Retirement guide
rates this area #2 in U.S.
places to retire. Low cost
of living, no impact fee.
(330)699-2741 or
(866)550-5263, Ask
About Mini Vacationi
VIRGINIA MOUN-
TAINS 2 acres on moun-
tain top near New River
State Park, great fishing,
view, private. $29,500
must sell, call owner
(866)789-8535.



2 bedrooms, 1 bath.
Water & garbage incl.
No pets. $375 month,
$300 deposit, 675-6614
4 mobile homes for
sale. Owner financing.
East Gate Mobile Home
Ranch. 626-8973


8100 - Antique & Collectibles
8110- Cars
8120 - Sports Utility Vehicles
8130 - Trucks
8140 - Vans
8150 - Commercial
8160 - Motorcycles
8170 - Auto Parts
& Accessories
8210- Boats
8220 - Personal Watercraft
8230 - Sailboats
8240 - Boat & Marine
Supplies
8245 - Boat Slips & Docks
8310 - Aircraft/Aviation
8320 - ATV/Off Road Vehicles
8330 - Campers & Trailers
8340 - Motorhomes


.


sodoA"


1mWm


2000 MERCURY Mercedes C230
Grand Marquis LS, Kompressor
66,000 miles. New tires Even though I really
& brakes. Very clean, like this car, I need
One owner. $7,500. to sell it quickly
Call (850) 623-3082 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
S (other manufacturer war-
ranties are longer). Will
sacrifice at $17,800.
1 850 502-6094:
,'." , l'- - ."


W ,-^ ," g" �


Police Impounds! 95
Honda Civic $7001 94
Acura Integra $7001 93
Honda Accord $650! for
listings call (800)
366-9813 Ext 9275.



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


1985 FORD - auto.,
new tires and rebuilt en-
gine. Great work truck or
for teenager. $900 obo
626-4503


1986 CHEV S10 Truck.
Stand shift, 4 cyl.
$1,200., trailer 8'X5'
$295. 384-7334


8170
1999 CHEVY CAVILER.
Parting out. 377-4611




14' BASS TRACKER
Galvined trailer and rims.
New tires, 15hp Mari-
ner. Extremely low hours.
Looks new. 30 lb.
Mincota trolling motor &
new battery. $2,200
(850)356-0975

2007 KEYSTONE
MONTANA 5th wheel
with 4 bed bunk house, 3
slides, sleeps 6 to 10.
Immaculate. Lots of ex-
tras. Priced well below
NADA $32,000 obo.
623-8628


1 100 sq.f-to245s q. ft.


c^ n-ycSur- -t builder


Over 50 Years In Business
Visit our website www.steelehomes.cc
S.S.STEELE

AND COMPANY, INCORPORATED
6705 N. Pensacola Blvd.* 477-7880
FL uc.cRc044810 Toll Free (888) 231-1255 .


27 Different Floor
From 160,900
A sample of our homes,


Bellehaven
Chadwick
Stratford
Norwood
Mayfair
Hampton
Ynrk


Sq ft Price
1040 '60,900
1149 '64,600
1257 '69,500
1341 '74,500
1418 '75,200
1525 '78,700
162 'R85200n


Plans to Choose
to 136,900
Sq ft Price
Lexington 1812 '90,400
Pinebrook 1833 '102,200
Townsen 1691 '93,100
Fleetwood 1949 '96,800
Executive 2215 '112,900
Regency 2495 '136,900
2&3 BDR DuDlex's available


IIELS O P EN MONFSRB
SAT.9:00-5:00SN.LOSE


06 Ford F350 Lariat Crew Cab Diesel
4x4 Dually Loaded .... ~19,988
05 Dodge Durango
Leather Loaded . . . .10,988
08 Pontiac G6
GT 4 door 33k .....112,988
06 Ford F250 Lariat
Crew Cab Diesel 56k .1 9,988
01 Lexus RX300
4 dr Utility Loaded & Clean1 2,500
02 Nissan Xterra SE
Leather Clean ........ $7,988
01 Dodge Ext Cab Dully
Diesel 6 sp Clean. .... 10,988
01 Chev 2500 Ext Cab
Duramax Diesel 4WD LS Pkg
Extra Clean ..... . 15,988
04 Chev Avalanche 4x4
Sun Roof Leather Loaded .15,988
06 Ford F250 XLT Super Cab
Diesel 27k Like New . .719,988
03 Nissan EXT Cab Fontier
5 speed 90k ....... 7,500


www.McVayMotors.com
850-477-3860
6511 North W Street.
at Marcus Point
Pensacola, FL


-J


br u Goi-a n, 11


epr WjoS;?r ii-,3G&AAf


Jerry Mitchell
General Sales Manager

07 Dodge Caliber
SXT 32K ........ .10,988
08 Pontiac G6 GT Sedan 5k
- Like New Must See . .$16,988
01 Ford Cargo Van
Ready To Work ........ 3,995

01 Chevy 1500 Work Truck
Auto A/C ......... $3,995


Copyrighted Material


SSyndicated Content "


e from Commercial News Providers


I


I


I . - , . - , - - J L


I


,1i11






B 16 I Santa Rosa Press Gazette Local Wednesday, December 10, 2008


,-- �..' .^ ..i_ ,.
-'. . .-
, . o . ....:T :
A:; N... - ;
(' ' . -,:.E , .'. "


,A t .i~4c 'i' �


Ii

C-.
NH


U


El


THE TV PACKAGE THAT BEATS CABLE

J Over 150 Channels
S FREE Professional Installation
Local channels included"
c SeS FO I cus a



[ FREE HD CHANNELS ,,, ,,

SI ,! ( . it , I I, . ' I I . p us


MORE CHANNELS, MOVIES AND VALUE!

0 Over 200 Channels
Ef FREE HD DVR Receiver Upgrade-
. 19.0 value'
Ef FREE Professional Installation
LUMiTED TIME, 3 2 : !:.T'5 --
FREEHB + sti + ,wn i

Local channels included"
M CBS. S 0 | %' FOX A


WATCH WHAT You WANT. WHEN You WANT.

ZL Over 200 Channels
i DVR Service Included
56 FREE HD DVR Receiver Upgrade-

E6 FREE Professional Installation
S UM----- ITED TIME, FOR 3 MONTHS

FREE +NB + st= + wnME
S7 Chnne(s 12Cha1m es ?Chanirnls

Local channels included"
( CBS* FOX I


Z] Over 130 of the best channels in High-Def-3 times
more than cable!'
E6 Lower cost-per-channel than cable.
Zi The undisputed leader in sports.


Lf Higher customer satisfaction ratings than cable
eight years in a row.,
0 100% digital picture & sound on every channel.

'-DIGITAL READYNO 00EDOLBY
NO TRANSITION REQUIRED DIGITAL


CALL NOW! These offers won't last.


I I


ESCAMBIA RIVER RURAL
SERVICES INC


800-692-7010


Your Local Authorized DIRECTV Dealer
t,-, - i , ii . !ih ,' , . .. . . .; . , ;' . .i. l -,. . . :!,r I ; ,, 1 fee $4., 8 for second and adJ ea dditio'al Teciv r


tin]


DIRECT.
SATELLITE TELEVISION
.J PREFERRED DEALER


Credit card not required in MA & PA nT,,,' 'i I i,, I,: . , - . I ,1 , i . ,, - 1, i *. I,, , " , n .,I. .. i.., . i.i In .iI , . .., ] hi ,1 !1 . i . 1.. ,..!rn ...,' ,, h .,, ., . .n . , .1 . ,,',. i Based o B ana ge number of NO channels off ered by ma tio cable providers tl a ini ajornmet pat intp i east A italtH number of 1br f chanl s vne ittfs by p0 iai n a'I ' LL CREDTl
1i'"IjRAHA M M i jiO fliO I Iit'iI NI 'I I . . 'n 1,]I rII| h, ' l I I I' ll N i , ., , . 7,,, . . ,1, ,, , ,,. ,, ii,,,. r l llI 1':,, '",,i n li l ' l A', ,. l ll.li' i, " T . W ,, ' - . . , ini, , h,,, II I I . h.lI ' l i ' r , .,. I , ,, . '' .,.. . .I " . U o,',i iRiE TV S o i,.:I n i.mi= ru. ,h i[ lli'(r(el yte ledor(relMi ,.i l. 1 u i , I.n, , l: : . , ! 10ir i[a..]
il e . e,]arj rmaili,ij , i .',iri,~p iiei rNew oY l i ri.]er il ie mi e umvIlyw.;] -inT. l tw.e[ n:oreilh fiAiR'ul'lTgl, Inoerdero roew olulliaSpI .edldcuI lsomerimui.ftir,.I OA i l'Tv i.TeAI r 1ii pp .jIj r le, r:dtiriloiir. ireb l'nei A 8iee Iis inHe e p lh ire elrri'.'tineertelphonem.Timinganddurationolpromotional price depedsondsedemption
lre ,.,,., , in, ... I I,.,. . T .,1 i,, :. l . i',',,,,; ,i ,I ,, i ,, ,, ,,,.iJOr. I,,|,i 'i .,, .,' ,', h',]r ,,,,,,'i. i~ i, i, i ,lr.t in! .ii .... r.. , ;.., , ,A ,h, . , ,1 h f. l l n I "l , IIil e 1 . *. 4 i",,l .1i l ' "I-i,., 1 , , ow:v.ii' l ,l . ""n 'OTCONTACTOIECVIOCHANGESERVC 1HENALLSEVilfS1V C,'I S S' ER ?
SU BSCRIBIN WILL AUTOMATICALLY CONTINUE ON THE 31 MONTH (IH MONTH FOR HBOI/STARZ/SHOW I ME AT THE THEN.PREVAAILING RATES, INCLUDING ITHE $ H/MO LEASE FE E FOR THE 2ND ANO EACH ADDITIONAL RECEIVER OIRETYE System has a feature iches tcts access to chann i certain malnkets. p lk enonam g/pr r n g may voyr "layi Valy 2T 5yg 'R R ;R
and HD Access fee commitment quned. AAdvanoced equipment instant debate requitess actvao of the CHOICE XTRA package or above: FAMIUAR ULTRA or above: Jiladewold; l any qualifying international seivce bundle, which shall include the PREFERRED CHOICE pi(ogammlng package valued at $32.U /m 1. OJV senace cAoilSient' 9I 1mo I and H Accesfs e it 9t/no I Ieq;E . 'I A1 nR
'er'T[rIMi tulI'MENI INA[(OROAN:[WItldI H [UIPMENI LAl' AiNBliUMMAI RIEULTINACHA ,F EO F$150PiRRE([V[RNOTA[IVATEilF IOuFAll 0 MAINIANBl3URPRlOGtAMMINI(IIMMillMENIDiRlCIv�MEAYClN'A eiihlArni�iiiO f'iif iESOI0[ rEIIV[iRSAR AT ALL DiHuSt'RTIdT U'I01flI VA NuMAI T HU iTu;NI0f Nli'.n I AIl NilINI
SERVICEORADDITIONALFEESMAY APPLY.VISITdlrectv.com OR CALL -800-DIRECTVFORDETAILS.Programming.pricing.terms and conditionssubjecltochangeatany time Prlienglesidential. axes notincluded.Receipto IlRECIVprogrammingsublect lRECIVCTstome eemet;copyprovideIedtlva.rcom/tlegalanodist ht. l0i08 I RCTCvia n:. IR'ECVndrlyc ct;i
logo. CIIOICF, CHOICE XIRA and PLUS0 OVR re tlademarksof OIRECTV. Inc, All other trademarks and service marks are the property of heit respective owners.


4ew1ui LD'ii .% B: *. t.m 7Ns. AR:. J.Nar c n'. wmaima m B*�imama nwi .a * .


% l m I III I I I I I II II [ I


Wednesday, December 10, 2008


Local


B 1 6 I Santa Rosa Press Gazette


I


I


]