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Publisher: Milton Newspapers
Place of Publication: Milton, Fla
Creation Date: December 24, 2008
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Lt. Col. Bal


assumes command of VT-6


Special to the Press Gazette
Cmdr. John Considine turned
over command of Training Squad-
ron-SIX (VT-6) to Lt. Col. Javier
Ball Friday, at Naval Air Station
Whiting Field. Ball assumes the
top spot of the squadron as the
48th commanding officer.
Under Considine's guidance,
VT-6 flew more than 47,000 flight
hours, completed more than
23,000 student training sorties,
graduated more than 400 avia-
tors, and passed the 2007 Train-


ing Standardization and Safety
Evaluation with a top grade of
"outstanding"
He received the Meritorious
Service Medal for his ability to
build "a cohesive command cli-
mate while maintaining high mo-
rale throughout his squadron and
was unwavering in his commit-
ment to the squadron's mission,"
according to the award citation
Additionally, Training Air
Wing-FIVE commanding offi-
cer, Col. Scott Walsh cited the
squadron's leadership in training


efficiencies. VT-6 currently has
the lowest training time, the most
students graduated and the most
flight hours of any of the Chief
of Naval Air Training Command
squadrons for first two months of
fiscal year 2009.
"VT-6 is leading the way," he
said. "What a great legacy to be
leaving. They [Considine and
Ball] are doing a great job devel-
oping warriors and leaders."
Considine teamed with Ball
See COMMAND A2


NAS Whiting
Field Lt. Col.
Javier Ball is
decorated by
Training Air
Wing-Five
commanding
officer, Col.
Scott Walsh.


SPECIAL TO THE
PRESS GAZETTE


FLORIDA'S SENIORS


State Rep. files


pro-consumer


legislation


Senior Annuity Bill ofRights
will deter annuities agents
from selling inappropriate
annuities to seniors;

Special to the Press Gazette
State Representative
Clay Ford (R-Gulf Breeze)
today filed legislation to pro-
tect Florida's seniors from
being sold inappropriate
annuity products. HB 141
establishes a pro-consumer
Senior Annuity Bill of Rights
that ensures annuities hav-
ingburdensome terms onse-*
niors notbe permitted in the
market. The Senior Annuity
Bill of Rights further adds to
the important protections
put into place in the 2008
legislative session with Rep.
Ford's bill, SB 2082/HB1003,
which added new criminal
and civil penalties for inap-
propriate sales, agent train-
ing requirements, and con-
sumer disclosures.
"The Senior Annuity Bill
of Rights legislation is very
important to me because it
protects our most vulner-
able residents, our seniors
from being taken advantage
of," said Rep. Clay Ford. "At
a period of time when se-
niors already face unusual
financial burdens from
tough economic conditions,
I want to make sure strong
safeguards are in place so
that inappropriate finan-
cial products are not being
sold."
The Senior Annuity Bill
of Rights puts in place pro-
consumer protections and


safeguards by limiting an
annuity surrender charge
to a maximum of 9-percent,
limiting an annuity surren-
der period to a maximum
of 9 years and ensuring op-
tional free withdrawals of
10-percent starting in the
second year of an annuity
that runs 7 years or more.
Additionally, the legisla-
tion calls for agents who sell
equity indexed, fixed equity
indexed and indexed annui-
ties to have the same license
as that required to sell secu-
rities under Chapter 517,
ES. This is an important
component of the legisla-
tion because equity indexed
annuities are very complex
products that should require
more than a basic sales li-
cense so that agents fully
understand what they are
recommending to seniors.
These products generate a
substantial amount of com-
plaints from consumers
compared to their percent-
age of the annuity market
share.
"This legislation will
significantly enhance annu-
ity products sold to seniors
in our state because of the
greater protections to with-
draw funds from the annuity
product with little financial
impact," added Rep. Ford.
"This legislation, coupled
with the sweeping penalties,
training and disclosure re-
quirements passed earlier
this year, will deter annuities
agents from taking financial
advantage of our vulnerable
seniors."


Florida Supreme Court rules on Smarter Growth Petition


Special to the Press Gazette
On Thursday The Florida
Supreme Court gave the green
light to a constitutional amend-
ment proposed by Floridians for
Smarter Growth. The decision.
- agreeing that the Smarter
Growth Petition meets all legal
requirements - is a major win
for business leaders who have
supported the Floridians for
Smarter Growth petition as a
more reasonable alternative to
the so-called "Hometown De-
mocracy" amendment.


"At a time when many Floridians are concerned about our state's place all minor and technical
comprehensive plan changes
fragile economy, Hometown Democracy is simply not worth the risk." on the ballot. Instead, voters
would be able to hold a vote
Ryan Houck, executive director for Floridians-for Smarter Growth ou ie b ollectig
on major issues by collecting
petitions from 10 percent of
"We are pleased by the that there are better ideas out reaching the ballot, the electorate. Florida has av-
court's decision," said Ryan there." "Their hypocrisy continues," eraged 10,599 comprehensive
Houck, Executive Director for Although Florida Hometown said Houck. "They pretend to land use plan changes each
Floridians for Smarter Growth. Democracy has often cam- stand for the 'will of the people' year for the past four years -
"At a time when many Flo- paigned on the idea of "empow- and then promptly try to keep under Hometown Democracy,
ridians are concerned about ering voters" by giving them a the people from voting on our all of them would have been on
our state's fragile economy, say on land use decisions, law- amendment." the ballot.
Hometown Democracy is sim- years for the group labored end- Unlike Hometown Democ- Please visit www.Flori-
ply not worth the risk. Our lessly to keep the Floridians for racy, the Floridians for Smart- da2010.org for more informa-
amendment is roof positive Smarter Growth petition from er Growth petition would not tion.


OJim Fletcher
Publisher
623-2120
fletcher@pressgazette.com


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Merry Christmas and hopes
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you as Santa Rosa County's newspaper.
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Wednesday, December 24, 2008


Obituaries


Speak OUT


Unexpectedly Angels
come into our lives and as
unexpectedly they leave us.
Betty Fay Bullard, age 52,
of Molino, FL, received her
angel wings Wednesday, De-
cember 17,2008 and crossed
over into God's loving arms.
Betty was a loving and car-
ing daughter, sister, wife,
mother and grandmother.
Betty was a dedicated em-
ployee at Fisher Brown In-
surance and a good friend
to all who had the privilege
of knowing her. Betty loved
the ocean, especially the
dolphins. She lived her life
always caring for people and
for her animals and other
strays that appeared on her
door steps. She always had a
twinkle in her eye and could
make you laugh with her
quick wit. She will be greatly
missed by those whose lives
she touched. Her generosity,
nurturing spirit and uncon-
ditional love are just some
of the traits that made her
such a remarkable woman.
Betty will be greatly
missed andwill be welcomed
to her new home in Heaven
by her parents, Roger and
Odessa Townsend, her
brother, David Townsend
and our Lord Jesus Christ.
Betty is survived by
the husband she adored-
James "Jimmy", her chil-
dren-Jerry Paul, Chris-
topher, Jennifer, Sarah,
and Chance; her six grand-


children that she loved
and were the lights of her
life-Cheyenne, Jake, John,
Caidyn, Desere and Tyler.
Her brother Dale (Carol);
her sisters-Sharon (Jim)
and Patricia; her mother-in-
law-Catherine; her sisters-
in-law-Mary (Chuck), Gail,
Sherry, Kitty, and Kathi; her
brother-in-law-Ralph (Di-
anthia), along with many
aunts, uncles, cousins,
nieces, nephews; her best
friend-Becky, along with
many other friends she
loved and adored.
The light of God sur-
rounds Betty, the love of God
enfolds her, and the power
of God protects her and the
presence of God watches
over her, wherever Betty is,
God is, and all is well.
Funeral services were 2
p.m. Saturday, December 20,
2008 at Faith Chapel Funeral
Home North-Cantonment
with Rev. Danny Brock offi-
ciating. Cremation with pri-
vate memorial service will
follow at a later date.
The family will receive
friends at the funeral home
one hour prior to service
time.
Faith .Chapel Funeral
Home North, 1000 Highway
29 South Cantonment, is in
charge of arrangements.
Let the family know you
are. Sign the guest book un-
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Saturday, 11:50 p.m.
Yes, I was reading Sat-
urday's Press Gazette and
I think it would be helpful
if the churches would add
their phone number and
the hours of service for
more people will be en-
couraged to go.

Saturday, 7:09 p.m.
Hi, this is in rebuttal to
an on-line comment in Sat-
urday's edition concern-
ing a work crew near Pace


High School. My comment
for this concerned mother
is why doesn't she get off
her backside and drive her
children to school in a car
or make them ride the bus.
She needs to listen to her
children. But for her to sit
back and condemn prog-
ress and rehabilitation
of the prisoners who are
doing a job she probably
wouldn't do is crazy.
Editor's note: It the con-
cerned parent observed
this don't you think they
drove their child to school,


but were speaking out for
the safety and concern
about the other children
who didn't have a parent
take them to school. And if
this has been done before
isn't it ironic it has never
come up before until the
schools and their sched-
ules changed.

Saturday, 3:10 p.m.
Yes, this is Thomas
from Pace and' I am call-
ing about the man who
said he didn't want his kids


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walking so close to prison-
ers near the school. These
prisoners are not out there
for violence, but they are
working off their time and
at the same time trying to
help keep the community
clean. I think it is good for
kids to see that because it
tells them what will hap-
pen to them if they don't do
like they are suppose to.

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comment you would like
to make, call the Speak
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COMMAND from page Al


for 15 months as the lead-
ership of the squadron,
and also gives him much
of the credit for the squad-
ron's success.
"Thanks for everything.
You have helped to make
my tour so much easier,"
,Considine said. You've
been a great XO [execu-
tive officer.]
Considine then read
his orders and presented
the squadron's flag to
Ball, symbolically passing
command of the squadron
to him in front of the full
house at Whiting Field's
auditorium.
Considine now transfers
to Norfolk, Va. to the USS
Wasp (LHD-1) as the Air
Operations Officer. This
will be a reunion of sorts,
as he deployed aboard USS


Wasp as a member of He-
licopter Combat Support
Squadron-EIGHT in 2001
as well as being the Aircraft
Handling Officer and V-1
Division Officer previously.
He has also served as the
Aide de Camp to Deputy
Commander United States
Joint Forces Command,;
a member of Helicopter
Combat Support Squadron-
THREE; and Helicopter
Combat Support Squad-
ron-SIX. He has accumu-
lated more than 2,500 flight
hours in the CH-46 Sea
*Knight helicopter during
his 17 year career.
Ball takes over the top
spot after serving as the
squadron's executive of-
ficer since Sept. 2007. His
career began, strangely
enough, as a tank battal-


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ion officer serving with
the 2nd Tank Battalion at
Camp Lejeune, N.C. He
served with the battalion
during Operations Desert
Storm and Desert Shield.
He was selected for
accession to the aviation
field and began train-
ing in June 1992 at NAS
Pensacola. He qualified
for F/A-18A training and
served with VFA-106 at Ce-
cil Field, Fla. Since then
he has also been assigned
to VMFA-115 at Marine
Corp Air Station Beaufort,
S.C.; USAF Air Command
and Staff College Maxwell
AFB; VMFA(AW)-332; Ma-
rine Air Group-31 and as
part of theMulti-National
Force-West/Marine Expe-
ditionary Force HQ Camp
Fallujah, Iraq.


He is being succeeded
as the executive officer by
Cmdr. Sean Maybee.
Although Considine
leaves the squadron in
good hands, he admits re-
grets at departing from
the VT-6 "family."
"I have been truly
blessed for the opportu-
nity to command such an
outstanding squadron,"
he said. "They say com-
mand is the Navy's most
precious asset and I would
trade this award and all
the kind words for another
year in command here...
None of this [our accom-
plishments] could have
happened without you all.
I am proud to have served
with such a great group of
professionals. I will miss
you all."


NOTICE OF PUBLIC MEETINGS
All Board of County Commissioner Meetings and other county department meetings are held at
the County Admlnistrative Center, Commissioner's Board Room, 6495 Caroline Street, Milton,
Florida, unless otherwise indicated
Commission Committee January 5 9:00 a.m.
Local Mitigation Strategy meeting Jannuary 6 1:30 p.m.
Conference Room. 6051 Old Bagdad Hwy.. MiWon
Marine Advisory January 6 5:00 p.m.
SRC Housing Coalition, January 7 1:30 p.m.
Conference Room. 6051 Old Bagdad Hwy., Milon
Tourist Development North End Committee January 8 8:30 a.m
Santa Rosa County Chamber of Commerce, 5247 Stewar St., Milton
Commission Regular January 8 9:00 a.m.
Fire Protection Board of Adjustment and Appeals January 8 4:00 p.m.
Conference Room 6051 Old Bagdad Hwy., Mion
Local Planning Board January 8 6.00 p.m.
District 5 Recreational Advisory Committee January 13 3:00 p.m.
South Santa Rosa County Service Center. 5841 Gulf Breeze Parkway, Gulf Breeze
Navarre Architectural Advisory Board January 13 3:00 p.m.
Navarre Chamber of Commerce. 8543 Navarre Parkway, Navarre
Building Code Board of Adjustments January 14 2-30 p.m.
Conference Room, 6051 Old Bagdad Hwy., Milton
Tourist Development South End Committee January 14 9:00 a.m.
Visors' Center, 8543 Navarre Parkway, Navarre
Library Advisory Board January 15 4:00 p.m.


Zoning Board of Adjustments
Commission Committee


Public Safety Coordinating Council
SRC Sheriffs Dept Training Roomn, 5755 E Mflton Rd
Emergency Services Advisory Committee
Mechanical Code Board of Adjustments
Confemenc Room, 6051 Old Bagdad Hwy., MWton
Tounst Development Council Board Meeting
Santa Rosa CountyCamber of Commerce $247 Stewart St. M~ion.


January 15 5:30 p.m.
January 20 9:00 a.m.
January 21 11:30 a.m.
January 21 2:00 p.m.
January 21 3:00 p.m.
January 21 3:00 p.m.


Aviation Advisory Committee January 21 5:00 p.m.
Commission Regular January 22 9:00 a.m.
Commission Special - Rezoning Meeting January 22 6:00 p m.
Utility Board January 26 5:00 p.m.
Bagdad Historical Architectural Advisory Board January 28 8:30 a.m.
Conleernce Roon. 6051 Old Bagdad Hwy., Miton
Affordable Housing Advisory Committee January 28 3:00 p.m.
Conference Room, 6051 Old Bagdad Hwy., Mllon
Parks and Recreation January 28 5:30 p.m.
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Law Enforcement


Santa Rosa Press Gazette I A3


Sheriff's REPORT


The following felonies
listed begin December 5
and go through Dec.15,
2008.
Taylor, Amber Michelle;
Female; 31; 3750 Board-
walk Ct, Gulf Breeze; DUI,
Drugs-Possess New Leg-
end Drug W/O Prescrip-
tion, Cruelty Toward Child
At That Could Result in
Phys Mental Injury. 12/8/08
Theorgood, Eric Syd-
nor; Male; 40; 3300 Santa
Rosa Drive, Gulf Breeze;
Probation Violation-Felo-
ny. 12/5/08
Sites, Kyle David; Male;
22; 9140 Steelfield Dr.,
Panama City; Possession
of Controlled Substance.
12/08
Diehl, Richard James;
Male; 61; 1188 Lionsgate
Lane, Gulf Breeze; DUI.
12/6/08
Jones, James Craig;
Male; 48; 3220 Clemson
Rd, Gulf Breeze; DUI and
Damage Property. 12/6/08
McCurley, David Eu-
gene; Male; 53; 221 Hwy.
41 North, Dicksonville, AL;
DUI Alcohol or Drugs 2nd
Off. 12/7/08
Dees, Jennifer Ann; Fe-
male; 32; 4897 Ward Basin
Rd, Milton; Probation Vio-
lation-Felony; 12/8/08
Farmer, Edgar Boyd;
Male; 26; 5189 Westport
Dr., Milton; Drive While
Lic Susp Habitual Offend-
er. 12/8/08
Foxx, Clyde Leon; Male;
61; 2508 Floyd Blvd, Ba-
ton Rouge, LA; Veh Theft
Grand 3rd Degree. 12/8/08
Gafford, Billy Joe;
Male; 42; 6845 Trailride
South, Milton; Failure to
Appear for Felony Offense
(2 cts.). 12/8/08
Mitchell, Jacqueline
Diane;. Female; 20; 4850
Hyatt Ln, Pace; Public Or-
der Crimes-Criminal At-
tempt Solicit Conspire 1st
Deg Fel, Weapon Offense
Missile Into Dwelling Veh
Building or Aircraft, Dam-
age Prop-Crim Misch
$1,000 or More, Burgl-
Dwelling Structure or Con-
veyance Armed. 12/8/08
Francis., Edward
James; Male; 38; 6728
Donald Drive, Navarre;
Battery Touch or Strike,
Aggrav Battery-Offender
Knew Should Have Known
Vict-PrOgnant. 12/9/08
Freeman, Jr., James
Leon; Male; 35; 6093 Syrcle
Ave,, Milton;. Drive While
Lic Susp 1st Off, Con-
tempt of Court Viol Injunct
Domest Viol Poss Firearm/
Ammo, Possess of Weapon
or Ammo By Convicted Fla
Felon, Larc Petit 1st Off,
Drugs-Possess Cntrl Sub
W/P Prescription. 12/9/08
Langston, Charles Ed-
ward; Male; 34; 2125 Regis-
ter Ln, Navarre; Failure to
Appear for Felony Offense.
12/9/08
Moran Trina Faye; Fe-


male; 31; 7097 Heath Rd,
Milton; Probation Viola-
tion-Felony. 12/9/08
Partridge, Jr., Tony
Fritz; Male; 22; 412 N. Old
Corry Field Rd, Pensacola;
Probation Violation-Felony.
12/9/08
Slown, Melissa Ruth;
Female; 35; 117 Alden Dr.,
Ft. Walton; Probation Vio-
lation-Felony. 12/09/08
. Johnson, Johnny Ray-
mond; Male; 22; 6483 Sky-
line Dr., Milton; Drive
While Lic Susp Habitual
Offender. 12/10/08
Nicholson, Daniel Aar-
on; Male; 25; 4373 Luther
Fowler Rd, Pace; Opium or
Deriv-Sel Schedule I or II.
12/10/08
Strutchen, Jr., Jerome
Demooris; Male; 23; 678
Denton Blvd., Ft. Walton
Beach; Probation Viola-
tion-Felony; 12/10/08
Benton Kyler O'Neal;
Male; 14; 4322 Kings Ct,
Pace; Drugs-Possess Cntrl
Sub W/O Prescription.
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Leigha; Female; 18; 9424
American Farms Rd, Mil-
ton; Fraud-Utter False
Bank Bill Note Check Draft
(13 cts.). 12710/08
Howard, Michael Da-
vid; Male; 27; 1074 Fleet-
wood Dr., Milton; Larc-
Theft is $300 or More But
Less Than $5,000. 12/10/08
Morris, Tabitha Ann;
Female; 28; 3720 Sterling
Point Rd, Gulf Breeze;
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Substance By 12/10/08
Bourg, Rochelle De-
nise; Female; 25; 3665 Bur-
ton Circle, Navarre; DUI.
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Wayne; Male; 39; 6881 Ella
St., Bagdad; Possess of
Weapon or Ammo By Con-
victed Fla. Felon. 12/9/08
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Elise; Female; 41; 1933 NW
Baker Rd, Atlanta; Failure
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fense (2 cts.). 12/9/08
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male; 47; 12400 Wildlife Rd,
Milton; DUI. 12/10/08
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Female; 22; 2775 Cop-
per Reef Drive, Navarre;
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Cards-Use More 2 Times
6 Mos Gds Money $100
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Public Record Certificate
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Milton; Fraud-Non Disclo-
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$200 or More. 12/9/08
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Male; 47; 3916 Cotton Rd,
Pace; DUI, Refuse to Sub-
mit to DUI Test. 12/7/08
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Opinion


Wednesday, December 24,2008


OUR VIEW



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Christmas



wish

It's the day before Christmas and Santa
Rosa County has just about closed for the
holiday.
Relatives are settling in and some of the
snowbirds have already flown down.
While some of us enjoy a nice warm cup,
let's ponder what the jolly old elf might
provide this year.
For the Santa Rosa County Commis-
sioners, let's hope Santa finds them some
extra cash. That one works for all of us,
come to think of it.
'Issues like roads, infrastructure, and
the courthouse are some of the things a
big sack of money could really help.
Santa Rosa County has long been trying
to take care of many things and now that
the budget is getting tightened, a pot of
gold at the end of the Christmas rainbow
would be nice.
For the City of Milton, let's hope Santa
can bring the magical answer. With times
getting tougher, Milton has also been
forced to tighten its budget belts.
Some people were already facing hard
times and now they are just a little hard-
er.
For the school system, let's hope Santa
can fit a more "understanding" state bud-
get into the stocking.
For those who go that extra mile...like
law enforcement, fire fighters, and emer-
gency responders...we wish a warm heart
as they spend a cool evening on the job
rather than with loved ones.
While most of us are overeating and
watching ball games or playing cards with
the family, they will be making sure we
can do so and feel safe.
Let's hope Santa brings them another
safe year. It seems, more and more, we
hear about an officer being fatally injured
and that is not good.
For the region as a whole, we hope
Santa can fit many new factories, offices
or businesses in the bag. We could all use
the extra jobs and the cashflow it would
create.
For all the Santa Rosa farmers, we hope
Santa can manage a great growing season
in the coming year and a nice market price
for the harvest.
It is our sincere wish for everyone to
have a happy holiday season and for 2009
to begin much better than 2008 ended.
The biggest key is for everyone to have
a successful start to the New Year.
Times are hard. It's easy to be negative.
But if we look hard enough, we can always
find plenty for which to be thankful.
Christmas is a special time of year. It
tends to pull people together and reminds
everyone how much we need each other.
If we can hold onto that feeling, it will cer-
tainly help as we move forward into 2009.
We close with a wish of joy, happiness,
and prosperity for all.
Have a great holiday season.


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Fed up!
I don't care if this is
posted in the "Speak Out"
section or the "Letters to
the Editor" section. I am
fed up with this man.
This is in' response
to Raymond Johns' lat-
est "Speak Out" comment.
Sir, you go too far. I am
sick and tired of reading
your "asinine" comments
concerning "Santa" and
"Satan."
How DARE you pre-
sume to tell people that
they are the same? Who
are you to denigrate our
beliefs? Guess what, Mr.
Johns, you can be a Chris-
tian AND celebrate the
tradition of Santa Claus.
You are a sorry excuse for
a Christian by trying to
"scare" people into believ-
ing the way you do. There


is no way that the God I
know, will "send me to hell"
for letting our children be-
lieve in Santa Claus. You
are taking an innocent,
fun tradition and trying
to make it into something
horrible. You will not win.
What is amazing is -
we can teach our children
about Jesus AND Santa
- and there is NOTHING
wrong with it. As for me.
and my family, Santa Claus
will visit our home on
Christmas Eve AFTER we
attend our church service.
You, Sit; are a shining
example of what is wrong
with Christianity today.
Have a blessed Christmas
and I hope you get coal in
your stocking for being
such a Scrooge.
Patricia Whiting
Pace, FL


Now that the charade,
farce, fraud, hoax, and/or
the big lie which is the
presidential election is
over the following:
If you truly disliked a
person because of what
they had done, was doing,
and what they are going to
do, could you change your
mind in just a few days, i.e.
November 5 to November
10?
Look at what Hillary
Clinton, Bill Clinton, Sena-
tor Biden, and others said
about Obama during the
past twelve months and
now these three and other
like types have no bowed
down because of their po-
litical party.
Check out what Obama
said about the above and
now effectively saying they
are o.k.
Can you trust any of


them?
Although it is not as
apparent the same would
have happened if the
loser McCain had won.
This includes many lo-
cally.
Could you vote, did you
vote, for someone who has,
and will continue to violate
his oath of office?
Easy to find out.
Read article one section
eight and the tenth
amendment in the consti-
tution and compare to the
major bills Jeff Miller
votes for
Remember that the
founding fathers pledged
their assets, their lives,
and their sacred honor.
Who does that now?
Liars, or jusl evil?
W. 0. Jones
Jay. Florida


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Christmas Day WORKSHOP

Written By Pastor Lieberacki compelled to truly keep Christ in Christmas. Since then,
Christmas Day worship has been a blessing to all.
East Side Baptist Church is again celebrating the birth Everyone is welcome to come and celebrate. East
of Jesus with a Christmas Day worship service beginning Side Baptist Church is located at 4884 Ward Basin Road
at 10 a.m. After Hurricane Ivan in 2004, the church was in East Milton.


Kornerstone BRIEFS


Trinity By The Fields

Join the folks for
Christmas Eve at Trin-
ity by the Fields, 4980
W. Spencer Field Road,


in Pace for a "Service
of Light and Holy Eu-
charist.- Service will be
11 p.m., Carols will be
at 10:30 p.m. Come and
celebrate the birthday of
Christ!


Faith Baptist Church

Pastor Dewey Mars and
the members of Faith Bap-
tist Church, 6423 Hamilton
Bridge Rd (across from By-


Pass Market), would like to
invite you to a Christmas
Eve service, Wednesday, at 7
p.m. Come and join in the cel-
ebration of the birth of Jesus
Christ. Fbr more informa-
tion, you may call 623-8207.


IMMANUEL BAPTIST NEWS


Written By Gladden Summerlin

Merry Christmas! To-
morrow is Christmas Day.
It is the wishes of the mem-
bers of Immanuel Baptist
Church that you will have a
blessed and exciting Christ-
mas Day. When we cele-
brate Christmas, we are re-
membering the birthday of
the Lord Jesus Christ. This
is in celebration of the day
He left the glory of heaven
and came to earth in hu-
man flesh, born as a baby to
live a sinless life in growing
to be a man who would be-


come the sacrifice that His
Heavenly Father required
for the forgiveness of your
personal sins as He died
on the cross. Christmas is
about giving and receiving.
God gave His only begotten
Son for each one of us. It
becomes our responsibil-
ity to receive this gift. A gift
is not really a gift until it is
received. Receiving the gift
of God (Jesus) is as simple
as ABC.
A: Admit that you are,
a sinner. The only thing.
you have to do to be a sin-
ner is to be born. We are


sinners by birth and then
by choice. The Bible says,
"For all have sinned and
come short of the glory
(Jesus) of God.
B: Believe. The Bible
says, "Believe on the name
of the Lord Jesus Christ
and thou shall be saved."
Believe that Jesus took all
your sins upon himself. He
took your place becoming a
sacrifice that God required
for your sins. Believe that
He can save you.
C: Confess your sins.
The Bible says, "That if
thou shall confess with


your mouth the Lord Je-
sus Christ and believe in
your hearth that He hath
raised Him from the dead,
thou shall be saved." If
you will admit, believe and
confess, you can ask Jesus
to come into your heart,
receiving him as the gift
of eternal life and you can
be saved. Being saved and
becoming a child of God
is what Christmas is all
about. Thank Him now for
coming into your heart as
you have just received the
greatest gift ever offered
to mankind.


ANGEL FOOD MENU


Special to the Press Gazette

"It's A Blessing!" makes
units of food available to
you through Angel Food
Ministries on a, monthly
basis. You may purchase as
many units as you want at
only $30.00 per unit. Each
unit that you purchase al-
lows you to buy the spe-
cials. Milton's host site is
the First United Methodist
Church, 6830 Berryhill St.
Sign-up is from 11 a.m.
to 12:30 p.m. Dec. 29, 30
and 31 in the church office.,
On Dec. 31, sign-up is from
5:30 to 6:30 p.m. in the Fel-
lowship Hall. Pick-up will
be from 8.to 9:30 a.m. Jan.
24,in, the Fellowship'Hall.
Call(850) 623-6683 for more
information. One or more
specials available only with
the purchase of either the'
regular box or senior box.
January Menu (Regular
Box, $30.00) tentatively is:
1.5 lb. Ribeye Steak (4x6
oz.), 4 lbs. Leg Quarters, 1.5
lbs. Beef Patties (4x6 oz.),
18 oz, Cheese Filled Mani-
cotti, 2 lbs. Pork Rib Strips,
1 lb. Chicken Breast Fajita
Strips, 1 lb. Ground Turkey,
1 lb. Broccoli, 1 lb. Peas, 6


ct. Oatmeal Variety Box (2
each Reg., Maple Brown
Sugar & Apple Cinn.), 32
oz. Shelf Stable Milk, 8 oz.
Blueberry Muffin, 12 ct.
White Corn Tortillas, 1 lb.
Pinto Beans, 1 Doz. Eggs
and 1 Dessert Item.
Senior Box ($28.00) Ten
perfectly seasoned, nu-
tritionally balanced, fully
cooked meals - just heat
and serve. Each meal has
no added sodium, is low
in fat, and is nutritionally
balanced for seniors with 3
oz. of protein, 2 vegetables
or fruit, and a starch.
New Orleans Style
Chicken over Savory Rice
w/Okra & Tomatoes and
Diced Sweet Potatoes;
Grilled Chicken Strips &
Penne Pasta w/Creamy
Tomato Basis Sauce, Ca-
pri Blend Vegetables &
Green Beans w/onions
& Red peppers; Beef &
Bowtie Pasta w/Herbed
Tomato Sauce, Capri
Blend Vegetables & Corn;
Flame-Broiled Salisbury
Steak w/Brown gravy,
Sour Cream & Chive Pota-
toes & Mixed Vegetables;
Cheesy Chicken & Brocco-
li Casserole w/Rice, Green


Beans & Squash Medley;
Classic Chicken Tetrazzini
w/Diced Carrots & Green
Peas; Country Fried Steak
w/Cream Gravy, Red Skin
Whipped Potatoes & Mixed
Vegetables; Spaghetti w/
Meatballs, Green Beans &
Cinn. Applesauce; Chick-
en Parmesan w/Whipped
Potatoes and Capri Blend
Veg; Flame-Broiled -Beef
Patty w/Onion Gravy, Sour
Cream & Chive Potatoes &
Capri Blend Veg.
January Special No.
1 ($22) - 6 lb. Assorted
Combo Box - 1.5 lb. Bone-
In New York Strips. (2 x 12
oz.), 1 lb. Sirloin Strips (2 x
8 oz.), 1.5 lb. Boneless Pork
Chops-Thick Cut (4 x 6 oz.),
2 lbs. Hamburger Steak (4
x 8 oz.).
January Special No.
2 ($21.00) - 4.5 lb. Bacon-
Wrapped Meat Combo - 1.5
lb. Bacon-Wrapped Beef
Fillet (4 x 6 oz.), 1.5 lb. Ba-
con-Wrapped Pork Fillet
(4 x 6 oz.), 1.5 lb. Bacon-
Wrapped Chicken Fillet (4
x6 oz.).
January Special No. 3
($21.00)- 3.75 lb. T-Bone
Special - 3.75 lb. T-Bone
Steaks (5 x 12 oz.).


January Special No. 4
($20.00) - 10 lbs. Chicken
Combo Box - 4.5 lb. (avg.)
Whole Perdue Chicken, 2
lbs.. Wings, 2 lbs. Chicken
Nuggets, 2 lbs. Breaded
Chicken Tenders.
January Special No. 5
($21.00) Fresh Fruit & Veg-
gie Box - 4 lbs. Idaho Bak-
ing Potatoes, 3 lbs. North
Carolina Sweet Potatoes,
2 lbs. Western Grown
Medium Yellow Onions,
4 lbs. Navel Oranges, 1/2
lb. Georgia Grown Pecan
Halves, 2 each Fla. Red
Grapefruit, 1 head Green
Cabbage, 1 lb. Carrots (cel-
lo bag), 4 each Fla. Tanger-
ines, 4 each WA State Bosc
Pears.
Food Stamps are ac-
cepted (EBT) Angel Food
Ministries reserves the
right to substitute any of
the above items due to
availability, cost and qual-
ity.
Angel Food Ministries is
an equal opportunity pro-
vider and employer. Com-
plaints of discrimination
should be sent to USDA,
Director, Office of Civil
Rights, Washington, D.C.,
20250-9410.


Lightning Kills!

When a storm approaches, and lightning is
present:

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



Ask the Preacher

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


Pastor Gallups, "Do you think that Obama is the
antichrist?" S. U. - Pace

Dear S.U.,
I think the reason so many are asking this question
these days is because he "strangely" and perhaps "coin-
cidentally" meets several if not many of the Biblical
"conditions." I am certainly not declaring him to be the
"ANTICHRIST" by what follows in this article. I am
merely trying to explain why some see this possibility.
II Thessalonians declares that the antichrist will be
known as the "man of lawlessness" leading a "rebel-
lion." The U.S. Secret service just released that his
official codename is "Renegade." A dictionary defini-
tion of this word is "a rebel" or "a lawless one."
The Bible declares that antichrist will "start small but
become great" almost overnight. In 12 short years
Obama has gone from a Community Organizer to the
most powerful man on the face of the earth. Seemingly,
out of nowhere and almost completely unknown by the
nation and world until he entered the Presidential race.
The Bible declares that antichrist will be "different"
from all the other "kings" in line before him. Obama
himself has noted how "different" he is. "Not like those
other Presidents on the dollar bill."
The Bible declares that people will hail him as the
Messiah and the world will pay him homage. Some of
the newspaper and magazine headlines around the world
have hailed him as "The Messiah," "The President of
the World," "The new Global Leader," and "Our
Savior." These facts are documented on the Internet.
There are many more striking "coincidences."
Whether or not Obama or any other figure is the
antichrist in our time remains to be seen. Revelation 13
tells us that he will have a "fatally wounded head"
which will be miraculously healed and that the whole
world will be amazed. I think this would certainly be an
unmistakable verification of whoever the antichrist may
be.
The most important thing is to, of course, make sure
that youi have a personal relationship with the REAL
CHRIST... Jesus. He is the One who is soon coming
again!
Readers can go to
www.hickoryhammockbaptist.org/hottopics.html
and see a catalogue ofyoutube clips collected for
viewing on this very topic.

Carl Gallups is the Pastor of Hickory Hammock Baptist Church. in Milton. He has a Bachelor of
Science degree from Florida State University, and a Master of Divinity from The New Orleans Baptist
Theological Seminary. He has been pastor of HHBC since 1987. He serves as an Intemational Youth
Evangelist for the Southern Baptist Convention preaching all over the US. 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,
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NOTICE OF CHANGE OF LAND USE
AND INTENT TO CONSIDER AN ORDINANCE


The Santa Rosa County Local Planning Board and Board
of County Commissioners will conduct public hearings to
consider a change of land use and/or rezoning of land
areas depicted on the maps within this advertisement. The
hearings are scheduled as follows:

Local Planning Board (to consider and make a recom-
mendation on the proposals):
Thursday, January 8, 2009 at 6:00 p.m.

Board of County Commissioners (to consider adoption
of the ordinance):
Thursday, January 22, 2009 at 6:00 p.m.

Both meetings will be held at the Santa Rosa County
Administrative Center in the Board Meeting Room, 6495
Caroline Street, Milton, Florida. At the public hearings, the
Local Planning Board and Board of County Commissioners
shall consider the ordinance entitled:

AN ORDINANCE RELATING TO SANTA ROSA
COUNTY, FLORIDA; AMENDING ORDINANCE
91-24 AS AMENDED; CHANGING THE ZONING
DISTRICTS AS DEPICTED IN THE ATTACHED
MAPS; APPROVING THE AMENDMENTS TO
THE OFFICIAL ZONING MAP OF THE LAND
DEVELOPMENT CODE AS DEPICTED IN THE
ATTACHED MAPS; AMENDING ORDINANCE
2003-25; AMENDING THE FUTURE LAND USE
MAP OF THE SANTA ROSA COUNTY COM-
PREHENSIVE PLAN; CHANGING THE LAND
USE CLASSIFICATIONS AS DEPICTED IN THE
ATTACHED MAPS; PROVIDING FOR CODIFI-
CATION; AND PROVIDING FOR AN EFFECTIVE
DATE.

Zoning District Amended: from R1 (Single Family
Residential District) to R2 (Medium Density Residential
District) - total approximately 5.59 (+/-) acres.
Future Land Use Designation Amended: from Single
Family Residential to Medium Density Residential.


Zoning District Amended: from Ag (Agriculture District) to
HCD (Highway Commercial Development District - total
approximately 1.13 (+/-).
Future Land Use Designation Amended: from Agriculture
to Commercial.


Zoning District Amended: from Ag (Agriculture District) to
HCD (Highway Commercial Development District - total
approximately 1.92 (+/-).
Future Land Use Designation Amended: from Single
Family Residential to Commercial.
/


Zoning District Amended: from Ag (Agriculture District) to
R1M (Mixed Residential Subdivision District - total approxi-
mately 1.17 (+/-).
Future Land Use Designation Amended: from Agriculture


to Single Family Residential.


Zoning District Amended: from R1 (Single Family
Residential District) to R2 (Medium Density Residential
District) - total approximately 7.46 (+/-) acres.
Future Land Use Designation Amended: from Single
Family Residential to Medium Density Residential.


Zoning District Amended: from Ag (Agriculture District) to
M1 (Restricted Industrial District - total approximately 9.99
(+/-).
Future Land Use Designation Amended: from Agriculture
to Industrial.


Zoning District Amended: from R1 (Single Family
Residential District) to R2 (Medium Density Residential
District) - total approximately 5 (+/-) acres.
Future Land Use Designation Amended: from Single
Family Residential to Medium Density Residential.


The proposed ordinance and maps may be inspected by the
public prior to the above scheduled meetings at the Santa
Rosa County Planning Department, 6051 Old Bagdad
Highway, Milton, Florida. Interested parties may appear at
the meetings and be heard with respect to this proposed
ordinance. All interested parties should take notice that if
they decide to appeal any decision made by the Santa Rosa
County Board of County Commissioners with respect to any
matter coming before said Board at said meeting, it is their
individual responsibility to insure that a record of proceed-
ings they are appealing exists and for such purpose they will
need to insure that a verbatim record of the proceedings is
made, which record shall include the testimony and the evi-
dence upon which their appeal is to be based.

Santa Rosa County adheres to the Americans with
Disabilities Act and will make reasonable modifications for
access to this meeting upon request. Please call Santa
Rosa County Planning, Zoning and Development Division at
(850) 981-7075 or (850) 939-1259 to make a request. For
the Hearing-Impaired, 1-800-955-8770 (Voice). Requests
must be received at least 48 hours in advance of the meet-
ing in order to provide the requested service.


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Santa Rosa Press Gazette I A7


Sports

SIDELINE

SBowling Leagues:
Oops Alley announces new
leagues forming in 2009.
A Thursday Night Mixed
League will start on Jan.
8 and run for 16 weeks.
A USBC sanction, card is
$14 for the year and the
bowling fee will be $10 per
week. A Thursday Senior
League will be adding more
teams to start the sec-
ond half of the season on
Jan. 8.
This is a USBC sanc-
tioned league and the fee is
$8 per week. Also they will
be starting a new Adult/
Youth League on Feb. 7.
There will be a three week
bowling clinic starting Jan.
10. The USBC card is $14
for adults and $11 for youth.
SThe fee for this league will
be $10 per team member
per week.
For more information on
leagues at Oops Alley call
623-6807.

PARA Registrations:
PARA youth baseball and
softball registrations for
children ages three to 14 as
of May 1, will get under way
on Jan. 6 and run through
Feb. 9. Registrations at the
Santa Rosa SportsPlex will
be from 6 p.m. to 7 p.m: on
Tuesday's and Thursday's,
and 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. on Sat-
urdays.

Pace Cheer Clinic: The
Pace High School Basket-
Sball Cheerleading Clinic
will be Feb. 2 to Feb. 9 of
2009 and will conclude with
all participants cheering
during the Pace vs. Navarrb
varsity basketball game.
The camp is open to chil-
dren ages 9 to 14. Instruc-
tion will be provided in the
areas of motions, jumps,
basketball cheers, chants,
and a halftime dance. The
cost of the camp is $35.
Registration deadline is
Jan.23.
For more information
call, 995-3600 or e-mail
layn@mail.santarosa.kl2.
fl.us.

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

Miracle Strip Volley-
ball Academy: The acad-
emy is seeking players for
the 2009 Club season Girls
8-18 of all skill levels are
invited to participate. A
Player/Parent information
meeting will be held Thurs-
day, November 6th, 6 p.m.
at the HealthPlex on Hwy
77 and Baldwin.
Are you interested?
Contact Robin Smith at
850-784-9899 or MSVA vol-
leyball@hotmail.com

Futbol Club of Santa
Rosa Fall Soccer Reg-
'. istration: Registration is
S currently ongoing for the
fall recreational season.
Online registration is
available at the FCSR
Web site www.fcsantarosa.
com.
Registration fees range
from $100 to $125, there is
an additional fee for team
Jersey Individuals interest-
ed in coaching or assisting
can sign up on the volun-
teer page while register-
ing their child or email vi-
cepresident@fcsantarosa.
com.
SMore information on
the recreational and se-
lect soccer programs
is available on the club
Web site.


More activities can be
found at www.srpress-
gazette.com. Look for
the box called 'Things to
Do.'
o There you can check
on activities by zip code or
activity. And you are also
more than welcome to en-
ter your events there as
well.


Fish and Wildlife REPORT


This report represents events the FWC
Northwest Florida Region handled from
Dec. 12-18; it does not include all actions tak-
en by the Division ofLawEnforcement.

SANTA ROSA COUNTY
On Nov. 13, Lts. Brian Lambert and Dan
Hahr responded to a trespass complaint in
Santa Rosa County The complainant re-
ported finding a vehicle parked in the woods
where he had permission to hunt. Approxi-



Division of pari-mutu


wagering adopts stern


ban in racing horses

Special to the Press Gazette

The Department of Business and Profess
Regulation's Division of Pari-Mutuel Wagerin
nounced the filing for adoption of rules bannir
use of anabolic steroids in race horses. The new
go into effect on Dec. 30, 2008.
"The adoption of these new rules ensures
Florida is keeping pace with the national racing
munity and providing for the safety and welfi
the horses and jockeys," said Secretary Char]
Drago. "Like other professional athletes, these
horses will remain steroid-free when racing at
ida tracks."
The rules ban the use of anabolic steroi
race horses and are based on the national ]
Rules adopted by the Association of Racing
missioners International and the Racing
Medication Consortium. Under the new
the Racing Laboratory at the University of
da, College of Veterinary Medicine, will be al
utilize more sensitive testing procedures to
for steroids in urine, under its contract wit
Division.
The Division will allow a 90-day grace i
before the penalty enforcement begins, as
posed by the RMTC. If an anabolic steroid
age is found during this grace period, the ti
will be notified and a warning will be issued 1
Division.
Also being adopted are rules prohibiting the
toe grabs, a form of toe calk used for gripping,
height greater than two millimeters worn on the
horse shoes of Thoroughbred horses while r
This rule, recommended by The Jockey Club al
opted by RCI as a Model Rule, will also take effe
Dec. 30, 2008.
The adoption of these rules prior to the J
2009 deadline, which was imposed by the Thor
bred Owners & Breeders Association Graded St
Committee, ensures that Florida will be in co
ance with their requirements and will not jeopa
the state's graded stakes races, such as the F
Derby.
The rules can be found on the Division's We
www.myflorida.com/dbpr/pmw/index.html.
The Division of Pari-Mutuel Wagering is ch
with regulating the pari-mutuel industry and 1
ing those individuals participating in pari-n
events.
The Department of Business and Profes
Regulation's mission is to license efficiently an
ulate fairly. The Department licenses more the
million businesses and professionals ranging
real estate agents, veterinarians, and account
contractors and cosmetologists.
For more information, please visit www.M5
daLicense.com.


Friday, December 26, 2008
6:10 AM Moon rise
6:43 AM Sun rise
9:42 AM -0.82 Feet
4:11 PM Moon set
4:54 PM Sun set
10:21 PM 1.66 Feet
Saturday, December 27, 2008
6:43 AM Sun rise
6:51 AM New Moon
6:58 AM Moon rise
10:26 AM -0.86 Feet
4:55 PM Sun set
5:06 PM Moon set
11:02 PM 1.67 Feet
Sunday, December 28, 2008
6:44 AM Sun rise
7:41 AM Moon rise
11:01 AM -0.88 Feet
4:56 PM Sun set
6:02 PM Moon set
11:36 PM 1.63 Feet


mately 1.5 hours after sunset, Lieutenants
Lambert and Hahr observed the individual
walking back to the parked vehicle. The in-
dividual claimed he had permission to hunt
the property. The hunter also was in pos-
session of a bow and arrow equipped with a
laser sight. Several phone calls were made
and the officers confirmed that numerous
people owned the property and one of them
had given permission for the subject to hunt.
The individual was charged with hunting by
unlawful methods (laser sight on bow).


OKALOOSA COUNTY
On Dec. 13, Officer Van Barrow located a
subject hunting from a tree stand over a bait-
ed area on Blackwater Wildlife Management
Area. The subject was unable to produce a
quota hunt permit, management area stamp
or hunting license. He was issued a citation for
attempting to take deer over bait on a manage-
ment area, no hunting license and no hunter
orange. He was issued a warning for no quota
hunt permit and no management area permit.


Friday, December 26, 2008 Friday, December 26, 2008 Friday, December 26, 2008
6:11 AM Moon rise 6:05 AM -0.57 Feet 6:11 AM Moon rise
6:44 AM Sun rise 6:10 AM Moon rise 6:44 AM Sun rise
8:25 AM -0.68 Feet 6:43 AM Sun rise 10:12 AM -0.82 Feet
4:12 PM Moon set 4:11 PM Moon set 4:11 PM Moon set
4:56 PM Sun set 4:54 PM Sun set 4:54 PM Sun set
'9:37 PM 1.38 Feet 7:14 PM 1.34 Feet 11:17 PM 1.66 Feet


Saturday, December 27, 2008
6:44 AM Sun rise
6:51 AM New Moon
6:59 AM Moon rise
9:09 AM -0.71 Feet
4:56 PM Sun set
5:07 PM Moon set
10:18 PM 1.39 Feet
Sunday, December 28, 2008
6:45 AM Sun rise
7:42 AM Moon rise
9:44 AM -0.73 Feet
4:57 PM Sun set
6:04 PM Moon set
10:52 PM 1.36 Feet


Saturday, December 27, 2008
6:39 AM -0.57 Feet
6:43 AM Sun rise
6:51 AM New Moon
6:58 AM Moon rise
4:55 PM Sun set
5:06 PM Moon set
7:56 PM 1.32 Feet
Sunday, December 28, 2008
6:43 AM Sun rise
7:11 AM -0.54 Feet
7:41 AM Moon rise
4:56 PM Sun set
6:02 PM Moon set
8:33 PM 1.30 Feet


Saturday, December 27, 2008
6:44 AM Sun rise
6:51 AM New Moon
6:59 AM Moon rise
10:56 AM -0.86 Feet
4:55 PM Sun set
5:06 PM Moon set
11:58 PM 1.67 Feet
Sunday, December 28, 2008
6:44 AM Sun rise
7:42 AM Moon rise
11:31 AM -0.88 Feet
4:56 PM Sun set
6:02 PM Moon set


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Merry Christmas,

Big Guy!

Have we told you lately that we
appreciate you?
From all the
McKenzie Motor Company elves!

As the stabilizing force behind the suc-
cess that McKenzie Motor Company has
enjoyed over the last 42 years, Dan McKenzie
has fulfilled his share of the responsibilities that
truly make a notable man great! Standing tall
and strong, Dan has become the emblem and the
icon of a gentleman's gentleman, and a man of
Dan McKenzie immense integrity, commitment, and dedication
to his dealership, his family, and his employees.
Dan says there have been too many contributing factors to the base of his success to
mention each one individually, but he credits his spiritual values and the support of his
family for most of the stability of his business success and personal accomplishments.
A major milestone in his life occurred in 1945 while he was home on leave from the
Maritime Service. He married his childhood sweetheart, the former Mary Till, who was at
the time a school teacher. He says she is and always has been the fountain of his inspira-
tion. "She has always been a great wife and mother, and I mean to all of us!"
They are the proud parents of five daughters, one of whom, Diane, died at the age of 9
from Leukemia. Of of the other four, Janet, Linda, Lisa, and Dana, all but Lisa have fol-
lowed in their mother's footsteps as school teachers. Lisa became involved with her father
in the automobile dealership and has assumed much of the responsibility for its administra-
tion. "They have all made me proud," Dan said, acknowledging the impact of his wife and
daughters in his life.
Dan is a man of integrity in both his personal life and his business dealings. He says
he maintains a positive outlook and tends to seek out the positive traits in others rather than
focusing on the values he contributes in his relationships with other people.
Dan's life is a saga of the values it takes for a man with determination to reach the top
of his profession. From his roots in Pineapple, Alabama to the leadership of Milton's last
and only family owned and operated automobile dealership, he has stood the test. He will
be quick to tell you, too, that it's not something you do alone. "It takes a lot of encourage-
ment from family, friends, and those who know and trust you in business to accomplish the
mission of success. And that's by no means leaving out the employees and support people
along the way who have made their significant contributions. I couldn't have done it with-
out them!"
On this 42nd year of successful business, we all want to take this opportunity to let
our boss, our leader, our mentor, and best of all our friend, know how much we love and
appreciate him and the integrity and pride that he has cultivated in the business, and by
extension, in us! Merry Christmas, Big Guy, and may you have another long and prosper-
ous new year! You can count on us!
From all the McKenzie Motor Company employees


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SPORTS


www. srpressgazette. com


Milton falls to high flying Eagles


By BILL GAMBLING
sports @srpressgazette

Milton is not playing
any cupcakes this season
and their 4-5 mark is in-
dicative of the competition
they play.
Saturday the Panthers
fell in overtime 70-65 to
the Niceville Eagles in the
feature game of the Santa
Rosa Shootout hosted at
Rosser Gym.
Milton rallied to tie the
game at the end of regula-
tion at 58-58, as they trailed
by as many as five points
late in regulation.
With 10 seconds re-
maining Brandon McCloud
sank two free-throws to tie
the game and the Panthers
defense shut down the Ea-
gles to force overtime.
Niceville would start
the extra frame with a
three-pointer and not look
back as they hit nine from
beyond the arch for the
evening.
McCloud finished the
game with 12 points, while
Brandon Allen scored 24
points and grabbed 10
rebounds coming off the
bench.
On Friday the Panthers
defeated Foley 48-42 in the
opening night of the Santa


Rosa Shootout.
Allen led the way for
Milton with 15 points, while
McCloud and Jamal Smith
each added 11.
The Panthers led 22-17
at intermission, but had
to fight back in the fourth
quarter to secure the win.
The Lions came out in
the third quarter and went
to work to take what they
thought would be control
of the contest by outscor-
ing Milton 19-7 in the third
quarter.
But the Panthers
picked its game up and
returned the favor defen-
sively to win the game by
outscoring Foley 19-6 in
the final eight minutes of
the game.


In
scores


other area
of interest:


Baker 73, Jay 63
The Gator remained
perfect this season by de-
feating Jay 63-53 as well as
remaining perfect in Dis-
trict 1-2A.
Baker took a 24-10 lead
by the end of the first quar-
ter and never looked back
despite the Royals efforts
to cut into the lead.
Greg Nelson led Jay (7-
3, 2-3 in District 1-2A) with


18 points, while Stephen
Brabham added 11.

Central 42,
Rocky Bayou 41
Jags' coach Tony Mc-
Donald will tell you the only
lead that matters is at the
end of the game and that
is just the case his Central
squad experienced Friday
at home.
The Jaguars took the
lead for the first time all
night with just over a min-
ute remaining and held
Rocky Bayou without a
basket for three posses-
sions down the stretch.
Hunter Bondurant led
Central with 14 points and
Brad Baker added 10.

Pace 71, Niceville 57
Justin Wright led Pace
with 37 points and 12 re-
bounds as the. Patriots
are becoming a force in
Distirct 1-5A as they de-
feated Niceville 71-57 at
home Thursday.
The Patriots (8-1, 5-1
in District 1-5A) took and
early 18-13 lead and never
looked back.
After leading 41-33 at
intermission the Patriots
dominated the third quar-
ter by outscoring the Ea-


gles 13-7.
Jason Varney also
reached double digits for
Pace with 11 points on the
evening.

Girls Basketball
Pace 59, Jay 45
The Lady Patriots
jumped out to an early 20-
10 lead over Jay and never
looked back.
Joy Gandy scored a
game high 20 points and
grabbed 10 rebounds in
the loss.
For Pace they were
led by Shelby Pardy's 19
points and Bethany Odom
who added 15.

Central 48,
Laurel Hill 34
Central put together
four solid defensive quar-
ters in its 48-34 win over
Laurel Hill on Thursday.
The Lady Jags did not
allow Laurel Hill to score
more thank eight points in
any quarter.
Kendall Oaks and Kai-
tlyn Campbell let the way
for Central by scoring 10
points each, while Day-
sha Enfinger and Brooke
Watson Germann each
added nine points.


BILL GAMBLING I Press Gazette
Milton hosted the Santa Rosa Shoot Out this past
weekend and went 1-1 for the tournament. They
defeated Foley 48-42 on Friday and lost to Niceville
70-65 in overtime on Saturday. The Panthers will be
traveling to Panama City for a post Christmas Tourna-
ment set to kick off Dec. 26.


Pace's Garrett Johnson,
age 11, recently competed in
the team championship final
in New Orleans in the NFEs
Punt, Pass and Kick. He had
previously won two local com-
petitions in Pensacola and his
score at the October competi-
tion earned him a spot as one
of five to compete before the
i


New Orleans Saints game last
weekend. He won first place
in New Orleans with a com-
bined punt, pass and kick of 242
feet! His score in New Orleans
doesn't advance him to the fi-
nals - but the experience was
something he'll never forget.
Garrett got to be part of the
pre-game show, and he was so


excited to be on the field and his
name announced "just like the
players". He was on cloud nine
when he got to hi-five Bush
and McAllister and of course
getting front row, sideline seats
to watch the game wasn't bad
either! I don't think he minded
having cheerleaders block his
view sometimes, either!


Pace competitor captures

Championship title


Pace's Katrina Parker,
a Local Paint Horse non-
pro competitor, captured
a Championship title re-
cently at the inaugural
American Paint Horse As-
sociation Fall Champion-
ship Show.
The show, which was
held Nov. 6-15 in Fort
Worth, Texas, is the asso-
ciation's second premier
event of 2008.
Parker captured a title
in the Non-Pro Barrel Rac-
ing Sweepstakes showing
Leo Hot Fudge, an 11-year-
old mare. In the class, com-
petitors are timed as they
complete a cloverleaf pat-
tern around three barrels.
Making its first appear-
ance in 2008, the inaugural
APHA Fall Championship


Show featured world title
classes for weanling and
yearling halter, yearling
long line and 2-year-old
performance horses. It also
showcased added-money
and jackpot classes, slot
classes and select Chal-
lenge and Sweepstakes
classes.
The APHA was founded
46 years ago and has since
registered nearly 1 million
American Paint Horses.
The association currently
serves more than 93,000
active members. APHA
works not only to record
Paint Horse pedigrees,
but also to preserve and
promote the history, breed-
ing, training, racing, show-
ing, sales and enjoyment of
American Paint Horses.


U of F/IFAS to host

Golf and Sports Turf

Management class in spring


Special to the Press Gazette
To serve the Emerald
Coast's golf course em-
ployees, parks and leisure
services, and athletic field
employees, the Univer-
sity of Florida/IFAS West
Florida Research and Ed-
ucation Center will offer a
course in Golf and Sports
Turf Management, for
spring semester 2009.
The course will begin
Monday, Jan. 6, from 3:05
until 5 p.m., and will be
held each Monday until the


semester ends in late April.
J. Bryan Unruh, Ph.D., an
expert in turfgrass man-
agement, will co-instruct
the course live from UF's
Milton Campus. Videocon-
ference technology will be
used to deliver the course
to students throughout the
state, with which students
may interact with the in-
structors. Dr. Jason Dett-
man-Kruse will instruct
segments about sports
turf management from the
Gainesville campus by vid-
eoconference.


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Retired educators hold December meeting


Special to the Press Gazette

The Santa Rosa County
Retired Educators met Dec.
15, in the Russell Building
on the campus of Locklin
Technical Center. President
Carolyn McLaughlin began
the meeting and introduced
Edna McWilliams who gave
the devotional. She chose a
Christmas theme based on
letting one's light shine.
After a short' busi-
ness meeting Joann Timlin
introduced the guests who
entertained the group. They
were members of the Mil-
ton First United Methodist
Choir: Anthea Amos, direc-
tor, Diane Mosely, pianist,
Dixie Lay, John Carper,
Andrew Darden, and Mor-
gan Reid who accompanied
with the flute. They sang
several Christmas songs
before leading the group in.
numerous numbers. Santa
(Charlie Williams) made a
Visit during the program and
performed with Dixie Lay
as she sang "Santa Baby"
to him. The most touching of
the performance was when


Special to the PRESS GAZETTE
Dixie Lay singing "Santa
Baby" to Santa Claus
(Charlie Williams).
John Carper sang "Bel-
leau Wood" which-is a song
written to commemorate
the Christmas truce of 1917
when the fighting stopped
until midnight. The song
was dedicated to all veter-
ans and to the men who are
.fighting today.
There was a silent auc-
tion held during the meet-
ing. The money raised will
be used for the scholarship
fund and for general ex-
penses. Door prizes were
handed out followed by a
covered dish luncheon. The
next meeting will be Jan. 19,
2009, and the program will
be on Leisure Learning by
Marty McDaniel.


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Piecemakers make Christmas merry


SPECIAL TO THE PRESS GAZETTE

The Santa Rosa based
quilt guild, Piecemak-
ers Quilt Guild of Milton
Florida passed out over
40 stockings on Tuesday
to the VPK students at
the Milton Center, as
well as the preschoolers
at TR Jackson Elemen-
tary School.
2009 Guild president
Veronika O'Ceallaigh as


well as 2008 president
Shirley Hockenberry
and Ren Batchelor, 2009
guild Historian were on
hand to pass out the fully
loaded, quilted and per-'
sonalized stockings to
the three to five year olds
who seemed to be thrilled
with the slinkys, coloring
books, new crayons and
other toys they received
in the stockings.
The Piecemakers
Quilt Guild meets at the


Milton Library on the
second and fourth Mon-
days of each month from
9-12 AM.
If you're interested in
joining, 2009 is a great
year to do this, as they
will be staring a new quilt
and having classes on all
components throughout
the year.
Call De Slingerland
for further information
on membership at 623-
9030.


Santa Rosa Medical BIRTHS


Brittany McCall-
Moore & Randall White,
II, a daughter, Laila Ma-
rie White, born Monday,
December 1, 2008.
Sarah & Kyle Partain,
a daughter, Kasandra
Madison Partain, born
Wednesday, December 3,
2008.
Stephanie & James
Ferrell, a son, Jesse Odin
Ferrell, born Thursday,
December 4, 2008.


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a daughter, Hannah
LeAnn Monk, born Mon-
day, December 8, 2008.
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Kai Soles, born Tuesday,
December 9, 2008.
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News

BRIEFS

Interested in
Quilting?
The Piecemakers Quilt
Guild of Milton will be pre-
senting a course for its
members that will encom-
pass all phases and tech-
niques of quilting through
the upcoming year. This
is a golden opportunity for
you to attend classes and
complete a quilt in 2009. To
begin a great year of quilt-
ing, come to our meeting
on Monday, January 12 to
look us over and consider
membership! Beginners
and experienced quilters
are welcome.
The Piecemakers Guild
meets at 9 a.m. on the sec-
ond and fourth Mondays
of the month at the Milton
Library meeting room. The
optional "Sit & Sew" group
meets on the third Mon-
day of each month, also at
the Library. Please call De
Slingerland at 850-623-9030
for membership informa-
tion. Join us for fun and
friendship! The Piecemak-
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making the world a warmer
place, one quilt at a time.

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live Christmas trees until
Saturday, February 28 at five
recycling areas throughout
the county. Please place
trees in the designated area
identified by signage. Do
not place trees in front of
the recycling containers.
Trees can be disposed
at:
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at the Five Points Intersec-
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Gulf Power recycle area
on East Spenicer Field
Road
Clean Community Sys-
tem on Park Avenue
Tiger Point recreation
area in Gulf Breeze, east of
Wal-Mart
Jay Transfer Station, on
Transfer Station Road
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Holiday travelers can


avoid traffic by calling


FDOT's free 5-1-1


Statewide system pro-
vides free, up-to-the-minute
travel information
This holiday season the
Florida Department of Trans-
portation (FDOT) reminds
drivers to call its free 5-1-1
system for roadway informa-
tion to avoid traffic and get to
their destination safer. The
free 5-1-1 phone number and
FL5-1-1.com Web site feature
real-time roadway informa-
tion on all of Florida's inter-
states and Florida's Turnpike.
Holiday travelers can save
time and money by planning
trips ahead of time and regis-
tering personalized travel and
alternate routes for free on
the 5-1-1 Web site.
The statewide Web site
allows users to create up to
10 personalized travel routes
they can then access imme-
diately when calling 5-1-1 to
hear roadway updates. The
system lets users create cus-
tom names, such as "Home"
and "Back Up Home", so with
one voice prompt, callers can
get information on their entire
route.
The 5-1-1 system uses
simple Caller ID technology
to recognize the caller and
provides the option to hear
traffic details for the pro-
Sgrammed trips first If there is
an incident on one road, driv-
ers can change routes before
getting caught in congestion.
The Frequently Asked Ques-
tions (FAQ) section at www
FL511.com provides detailed
instructions and useful tips
for successfully using the cus-
tomizable routes feature.
5-1-1 is also the easy, three-
digit phone number for Flor-
ida's airports and seaports.
Travelers flying out of the
state can call 5-1-1 and trans-
fer to their regional airport
to hear flight information for
free.
The time-saving system is
a free resource from FDOT
that helps manage conges-
tion, reduce emissions and
increase safety on all inter-
state highways, many major
metropolitan roadways and
Florida's Turnpike. According
to the Florida Highway Patrol
(FHP), knowing of congestion
or delays can help prevent
crashes. "Traffic congestion
can lead to crashes, which
can lead to even more con-
gestion," said FHP Lt CoL
Ernesto Duarte. "If drivers
can use 5-1-1 to plan a better
route, everyone wins."
AAA Auto Club South
encourages drivers to make
travel preparations ahead of
time. "It's a long weekend this
year for Christmas and for
that reason we expect a lot of
driving and congestion well in
advance of Christmas Eve,"
said Gregg Laskoski, Manag-
ing Director, Public & Govern-
ment Relations for AAA Auto
Club South. "So that is why
people should call 5-1-1 before
getting in their car so, they
can know exactly what lies


ahead."
Calls to 5-1-1 are free, how-
ever cell phone minute charg-
es may apply.
Safety Tips
* Call 5-1-1 before you
hit the road, at a rest area or
have a passenger call to avoid
talking while driving. *Call.
5-1-1 before you enter a new
roadway to hear current road
conditions.
/ * Customize your trip be-
fore you leave home at www
FLS-1-1.com to minimize time
spent on the phone.
* In low visibility, drive
slowly and keep your low
beam headlights on.
* Ifyourwindshieldwipers
are on, your headlights should
be on, too.
* Always wear your safety
belt.
* Don't drink and drive!
5-1-1 Tips
Speak as clearly as pos-
sible and minimize any back-
ground noise - including ra-
dios and open windows.
* Say "other parts of the
state" to transfer among Flor-
ida's regional 5-1-1 services.
* Say "help" for instruc-
tions.
* Say "next," "previous,"
"stop" or "repeat" to navigate
through the phone menus
more quickly.
* Say "main menu" at any
time to start over.
* Say"feedback" to report
congestion not already men-
tioned on 5-1-l.a
Since The Florida De-
partment of Transportation
(FDOT) launched the first
5-1-1 system in Florida in
2002, Florida's 5-1-1 systems
have received more than 25
million calls from travelers
seeking information ranging
from commuter travel times
to lane closures and severe
weather affecting traffic. In
2009, FDOT will combine the
regional 5-1-1 systems into
one, seamless Statewide 5-1-1
system to better serve Florida
travelers. Florida is a national
leader in providing up-to-date
travel information to drivers
through, the free 5-1-1 Travel
Information System. The
statewide network draws
on hundreds of CCTV traffic
surveillance cameras, count-
less road sensors and other
traffic information gathering
tools to gather traffic data.
FDOT provided the free 5-1-1
Travel Information System to
reduce congestion and keep
residents and visitors safe on
Florida's roads.


Florida Highway Patrol


sees


116th recruit class graduate


Fifty-two new troopers are
ready to hit the streets

Special to the Press Gazette
The 116th Basic Recruit Class of
the Florida Highway Patrol gradu-
ated Thursday at the Tallahassee
Community College Auditorium.
The ceremony took place at 10 a.m.
as family and friends gathered to
celebrate the significant accom-
plishment.
The class began on June 15 this
year as strangers from around the
country gathered at the Florida
Highway Patrol Academy in Havana,
Fla., to become members of the 116th
recruit class. They successfully met
the demands of 27 weeks of rigorous
training designed to challenge them
academically and physically. Today
they were awarded the badge of a
trooper and were sworn in as the
Florida Highway Patrol's newest
members.
Lt. Governor Jeff Kottcamp spoke
to FHP's newest troopers at the cer-
emony and congratulated them on


their achievement.
"Florida's Highway Patrol is a vi-
tal component to keeping our state's
, 18 million residents and 80 million
visitors safe," said Lt. Governor
Kottkamp. "Today's graduates have
chosen one of the highest callings, a
career of public service. We are very
fortunate to have fine men and wom-
en who choose to perform such an
important job that requires courage
and patience, as well as sacrifices by
their families, on a daily basis."
Training included topics such as
self defense, firearms, traffic law
and crash investigation. Recruits
had to experience the effects of
pepper spray and demonstrate the
ability to fight after being exposed.
They learned how to safely operate
a vehicle in adverse conditions. The
classroom and hands-on instruc-
tion arms recruits with the skills,
abilities and knowledge they need to
serve and protect residents and visi-
tors in the Sunshine State.
"We are very proud of the men
and women who are taking the oath-
of office today," said Col. John Czer-
nis, director of the Florida Highway


Patrol. "These men and women will
be sent to work across our state to
serve the residents and visitors of
Florida by making our highways
safer."
Four members of the graduating
class have family ties to FHP David
Karasek, Jr. is the son of Lt. Sonja
Karasek and retired Capt. David
Karasek, Sr. Mark Castleberry is the
son of Lt. Ron Castleberry and the
brother of Trooper John Castleber-
ry. Candice Wilson is the daughter
of Trooper Michelle Wilson. Trooper
Lauren Miller's father, Thomas Fra-
close, decided to join his daughter
on the Patrol and is also graduating
today.
The Florida Highway Patrol
congratulates the 116th recruit
class. FHP is very proud of its new-
est members. Photographs of the
recruit class along with details of
their training are available online
at http://www.flhsmv.gov/fhp/acad-
emy/ClassActs/Class116/. To learn
about how to become a member of
the Florida Highway Patrol and ca-
reer opportunities, visit http://beat-
rooper.com/.


Pen Air Federal contributes more than $2,000 to Toys for Tots


Special to the Press Gazett

NAS Pensacola Marine
representative LCpl. Lydon
graciously accepted a $1,000
and a truckload of toys fro
Air Federal Credit Union on
of the Toys for Tots Founda
Wednesday, Dec. 17, 2008.
"This is my first time co
toys at NAS Pensacola and
did not expect so many toy
support has been great, eve
tie overwhelming. We would
thank everyone including P
for their support." said LCI
lip..
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Fields was proud to offer P
branches as drop box locate(
to contribute a $1,000 to the I
tion.
"Pen Air has shown sup]
Toys for Tots for several yeai
said Pen Air President/CE
Fields. "I am extremely prou
continued outpouring of gen
from all of our employees
underprivileged children."
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a truckload of toys donated by Pen Air.


setting up drop box locations, con-
ducting fundraisers, and spreading
the word about Toys for Tots Foun-
dation and the many underprivi-
leged children it helps during the
holidays each year.
"It was a great feeling to assist
in collecting the toys and loading up
the Marine's truck, knowing that it


was going to make Christmas spe-
cial for so many children," said Pen
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Pen Air employees placed
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Wednesday, December 24, 2008


Military BRIEFS


Beard graduates Air
Force BT

Air Force Airman 1st
Class Jonathan W. Beard
has graduated from basic
military training at Lack-
land Air Force Base, San
Antonio, Texas.
During the six weeks
of training, the airman
studied the AirForce mis-
sion, organization, and
militarycustoms andcour-
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 associate
in applied science
degree through the Com-
munity College of the Air
Force.
He is the son of Mary
Betanles of Buttonbush
Drive, Milton, Fla. "
Beard is a 2005 grad-
uate of Milton High
School.
Carney reports to
duty

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son of Charlene L. Hemi-
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and Renick A. Carney
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Palmer has new duty
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son of Flora J. and Joe
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Depot, Parris Island, SC.
Palmer is a 2004 graduate
of Central High School of
Milton, Fla.

Bornand arrives in
England

Air Force Senior Air-
man Kristina M. Bornand
has arrived for duty at
RAF Lakenheath, Eng-
land.
The specialist, a health
service management
journeyman with five
years of military service,
is assigned to the 48th
Fighter Wing.
She is the daughter of
Rick and Tracy Bornand
of Sherman Lane, Poplar
Grove, IL. and the grand-
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training program, Downs
completed a vigorous
training curriculum con-.
sisting of academics and
practical instruction on
water safety and surviv-
al, military customs and
courtesies, seamanship
skills, first aid, fire fight-
ing and marksmanship.
A major emphasis is also
placed on physical fitness,
health and wellness.
Downs and other re-
cruits also received in-
struction on the Coast
Guard's core values
- honor, respect and de-
votion to duty - and how
to apply them in their
military performance and
personal conduct. Downs
will join 36, 000 other men
and women who comprise
Coast Guard's force.
Men and women train
together from the first day
in the Coast Guard just as
they do aboard ships and
shore units throughout
the world. To reinforce
the team concept, Downs,
and other recruits were
trained in preventing
sexual harassment, drug
and alcohol awareness,
civil rights training, and
the basics of the work-life
balance, as well as total
quality management.
Downs is a 2002 gradu-
ate of Milton High School
of Milton, Fla. He is a 2007
graduate of University of
West Florida, Pensacola,
Fla. with a BSBA degree.


Downs graduates Sylvester completes
U.S. Coast Guard Navy BT
training


FHTNC - Coast Guard
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son of Lisa K. and William
E. Downs of Gulf Breeze,
Fla.; recently gradu-
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Center in Cape May, N. J.
During the eight-week


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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE FIRST JUDICIAL CIR-
CUIT IN AND FOR SANTA
ROSA COUNTY, FLORIDA
CIVIL ACTION
CASE NO.
57-2008-CA-001338
DIVISION C
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Father of: D. H., a minor
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Court for the termination of pa
rental rights of D. H.., a male
child, born in Escambia County)
Florida, by the Department or


Children and Family Services
for subsequent adoption and
you are hereby commanded to
oe and appear before the Hon-
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Judge of the Circuit Court in
andfor Santo Rosa county, Flor-
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Courthouse, 6865 Caroline
Street, Milton FL 32570 on the
22nd day of.anuary, 2009, at
9:00 a.m. You must either ap-
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specified or send a written re-
sponse to the Court prior to that
time.
YOUR FAILURE TO APPEAR OR
RESPOND SHALL BE TREATED
AS A CONSENT TO TERMINA
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AND YOU SHALL PERMA-
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RIGHTS AS A PARENT TO THE
CHILD NAMED IN THE PETI-
TION FOR TERMINATION OF
PARENTAL RIGHTS.
WITNESS my hand as the Clerk
of said Court and the Seal
thereof this 21st day of Noverm-
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CLERK OF COURT
SANTA ROSA COUNTY, FLOR-
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CIRCUIT COURT SEAL
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and Billy Crocker was defend- on December 12, 2008, to Pen- filing of a petition means that
ant bein Case saco.a Habitat for Humanity the District's final action maybe
No.96-1022-CA01-AN-A in Inc. for construction of six different from the position taken
said Court I, Wendell Hall, As single-family homes with a by it in this notice of intent. Per
Sheriff of Santa Rosa County, stormwater collection system dis- sons whose substantial interests
Florida, have levied upon all the charging toan existing munici- will be affected by any such fi-
ri aht, title, andinterest of the .pal retention pon 5849 nal decision of the District on
pntiff, Marilyn Dulaney aoka Byrom Street, Milton. the application hove the right to
rilyn Spain in and to the fol- petition to become a party to
lowing described personal The file containing the applico- the proceedings, the accord-
property, to wit: tion For this permit is available once with the requirements set
for inspection Monday throhu forth above.
DESCRIPTION OF Friday (except for legal hoi-
PROPERTY dys, 8:00 am. to 5:0 p.m. 122408
at the Northwest Florida Water 122408
2007'RED 4 DOOR CHEVRO- Management District's ERP Of-12/1509
LET MALIBU LS fice, 800 Hospital Drive, Crest-
V I N # view, FL 32539. Legal 12/1510
1GIZS58F97F214900
A person whose substantial in- Notice of Sale
I shall offer this property for terests are affected by the Dis-
sale, at east front door of the trict permitting decision may pe- Pursuant to Subsection 5 of FL
Santa Rosa Criminal Justice Fa- tition for an administrative hear- Statute 713.78, Donna
cility, 5755 East Milton Rd Mil- ina in accordance with Sections Caiazzo, as authorized Title
ton, Florida Santa Rosa 120.569 and 120.57F.S., or Specialist for Kell Recovery of
County Florida at the hour of may choose to pursue media- Santa Rosa County, will sell to
10:00 d.m. on the 27th day of ion as an alternative remedy the highest bidder for cash in
January, 2009 Or as soon under Section 120.573, Florida hand, subject to any liens and
thereafteras possible. I will of- Statutes and Rules 28-106.111 encumbrances the f61olowin ve-
fer for sale allthe said plaintiff's, and 28-106.401404 Florida hidce at 1:00M on 1-20M at
Marilyn Dulaney aka Marilyn Administrative Code. Petitions 104 E. 9 Mile Rd., Pensacola,
Spain, right, title and interest in must comply with the require- FL 32534:
the aforesaid personal property, merits of Florida Administrative 1 2000 Saturn VIN:
at public auction and will se Code, chapter 28-106 and be 1 G8JW82R2YY643888
the same, subject to taxes, filed with (received by) the Dis- Vehicle may be inspected 1
all prior liens, .encum- trict Clerk located a District week prior, at lienor facility,
bmrnces and iments, if Hecdquarters, 81 Water Man- 6023 Dogwood Drive, Milton,
any .to e highest and a.ement Drive, Havana, FL FL 32570.
best bidder fr CASH IN 32333-4712. Petitions for ad-
H D. The proceeds to be ministrative hearing on the 122408
plied as far as may be to the above application must be filed 122408
payment of costs and the salts- within twenty-one (21) days of 12/1510
faction of the above described publication of this notice or
execution, within twenty-six (26) days o f fM ffl TMJ
the District depositing notice of
WENDELL HALL SHERIFF OF this intent in the mai forthose
SANTA ROSA CbUNTY, FLOR- persons to whom the District | 1 20
IDA mails actual notice. Failure to__
file a petition within this time pe- Run your ad STATEWIDE
By:s/s Rosie Rogers riod shall constitute a waiver of and SAVE $$$! Run your
Rosie Rgers any rights) such persons) may
Deputy Sheriff have to request an administra- classified ad in over 100
tive determination (hearing) un- Florida newspapers
IF YOU HAVE A DISABILITY RE- der Sections 120.569 and reaching over 4 MILLION
QUIRING SPECIAL ACCOM- 129.57, F.S., concerning the
MODATIONS OR TO AR- subject permit. Petitions which readers for $475 - that is
RANGE TO VIEW THE PROP- are not filed in accordance with less than $4 per newspa-
ERTY, PLEASE CONTACT JAN- the above provisions are subject er. Callthis newspaper
ICE PLA1T 18501 983-1281 AT to dismissal. pr
LEAST SEVEN 17) DAYS PRIOR or (866)742-1373 for
TO THE SALE DATE. Because the administrative hear- more details or visit:
ina process is designed to for-wwwlorida-classfieds
122408 mutate final agency action, the www.florida-classfieds
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NIE OF F CLOSURE RO SACO 1T FLORIDA
ALE JUVENILE DIVION
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN pur- CASE NUMBER 04-DP-29
suant to a Final Judgmen of
Morlgat e Foreclosure dated IN THE INTEREST OF:
Nove ber 14 2008 and en-
tered in Case No M. W. 1090/14/1999
57-2008-CA-001338 of the Cir-
cuit Court of the FIRST Judicial A MINOR CHILD
Circuit in and for SANTA ROSA
County Florida wherein DEUT-" TO: William Hoovermale, III,
SCHE UANK NATIONAL TRUST Father
COMPANY AS TRUSTEE IN /vk/a 4204 Yosemite Drive,
TRUST FOR THE REGISTERED Ocean Springs, MS 39564
HOLDERS OF AMERIQUEST
MORTGAGE SECURITIES INC YOU ARE HEREBY NOTI-
A S S E T - B A C K E 6 FIEDthataPetition nderoath
PASS-THROUGH CERTIFICATES has been filed in the above
SERIES 2005-R5, is the Paintiff s0vled Court for the termination
and DEBORAH LYNN of aretal rights ofM.W., a fe
JERNIGAN A/K/A DEBORAH maechid born on the 14th day
L JERNpGA are the Difnnd- of September, 1999, in Santa
'ants, I will sell to the highest Rosa County, Florida, by the
and best bidder forces at Department of Children and
STEPS OF THESANTAROS Family Services, for subsequent
COUNTY COURTHOUSEAat adoption and you are hereby
11: 00AM on the R day oJanS IcommandedFtoR e and appear
uary, 2009,Ithefolowing de- befoeHonorable-Mrc
scri edproperty as set north in Pi eun aLJdge ofthe Cir-
BEGINNIN AT THE County, Forida, at the Santa
SHIP D Y NORTH RANGE 2 32570, on the ist day of
WEST THENCE GO A DIS-Januar 2009 at 900
TANCE OF 353 FEET .. Yo must eilter appear
NORTH AND CORNER e date and at the time
THENCE WEST 246.8 FEET specified or send a written re-
TO POINT OF BEGINNING sponse to the Court prior to that
THEN WEST 60 FEET ime.
THENCE SOUTH 176.5

POINT OF BEGINNING. TO TERMINATION OF PA-
THE IMPROVEMENTS RENTAL RIGHTS AND YOU
THEREON BEAR THE MU- SHALL PERMANENTLY
NICIPAL NUMBER: 79 LOSE ALL LEGAL RIGHTS
BENEVA ROAD MILTON AS A PARENT TO THE
FLORIDA 325t 3.BEIN CHILD NAMED IN THE PMl-
THE SAM PROPERTY AS TION FOR TERMINATION
ACQUIRED BY OWNER OF PARENTAL RIGHTS.
HEREIN B VRTUE O WITNESS my hand as the
THAT CERTAIN WARRANTY m d
DEED DATED 12-30-87 Clerk of said Court and the Seal
FROM DANNY L HOOD, thereof this 3 day of Decem-
OR 927 PAGE 366 ON CLERK OF COURT
1-22-88. SANTA ROSA COUNTY, FLOR-
IDA
A/K/A 7955 BENEVA CIRCUIT COURT SEAL
ROAD MILTON FLBy: Nici Norton
3258D 3 Deputy Clerk
Any person claiming an
interest in the surplus 121008
from the sale, if any, 121708
other than he prpperf 122408
owner as or 1e dc1te or 123108
the UsPendens mustfile a 12/1487
claim within sixty (60) -
says otter the sale.
WITNESS MY HAND and the Legal 12/1508
seal of this Court on Nov. 17,
2008. AMENDED NOTICE OF
Mary M. Johnson SHERIFF'S SALE
Clerk or the Circuit Court
CIRCUIT COURT SEAL NOTICE is hereby given that
By: Susan Land pursuant to WRIT O EXECU-
Deputy Clerk TiON issued in the Circuit Court
of Santa Rosa County Florida
122408 on the 25th day of' August,
123108 2008, in the cause wherein
11/1391 Marilyn Dulaney was plaintiff

Legal 12/1464
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE FIRST JUDICIAL CIR-
CUIT IN AND FOR SANTA
ROSA COUNTY FLORIDA
JUVENILE DIVISION
CASE NUMBER
07-DP-138 We Deliver& Install
IN THE INTEREST OF: Centpede
D.H. DOB: 07/13/2006 St. Auaustine


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Her name is Coco.
She is black, tan and
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FREE
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Steel Buildings- All
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*3/2 Home
5145 Trenton Dr.
in Pace $850.
*4/2 Home
3159 Waterview Dr.
in Milton $1,400.
*4/2 Home 6027
Meursait Rd. in Milton
$1200.
*3/1 Home 4641 Geri
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*3/2 Home 6710 Ce-
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$950.
*4/3 Home Arnies
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$1250.
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$550.
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$1000.
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$1200.
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$850.
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$725.
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$800.
*3/2 Mobile Home
6447 Stanley Cir. in.
Milton $650.
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3 bedrooms, 1 bath.
$700 month, $500 dep.
SPECIAL -pay 1/2 rent
& full deposit and move
in the month of Decem-
ber. 623-4127
3 bedrooms, 1 bath.
Downtown, newly
remodeled. $650 month.
516-5696
3Br 2Ba Foreclosurel
$11,0001 Only
$199/Mol 5% down 15
years @ 8% apr. Buy,
4/BR $259/Mol For list-
ings (800)366-9783 Ext
5798.


NEW TODAY


6140
North Milton
House for rent. 6843
Chuckwagon Lane.
3 bed, 1.5 bath. Total
electric. $750 month,
$300 dep. Baycrest Re-
alty 994-7918
Pace
3 bedrooms, 2 bath
house with fenced back
yard and 1 car garage.
$750 month/$400 de-
posit. No pets. Please
call (850) 377-0420
Pace
NORTH HARBOR
SUBDIVISION
3971 High Bridge Dr.
3 bedrooms, 2 baths.
$1,450 month-
Call Barrons Realty
934-2588


Milton
Quiet Clean Park
Rent includes water, gar-
bage and lawn service.
No Pets.
2/2 for $450/month.
2/2 for $350/month
Call 698-4582
N. Milton
2 bed/1 bath.
14 X 60. 6549 Stanley
Circle. Private lot.
No pets. $500 month,
$250 deposit. Baycrest
Realty 994-7918
Old Bagdad Highway
2 bedroom, 1 bath,
14 X 60. $550 month
994-3156 or 393-9758
Pace
2 bedroom, 1 bath
mobile home with fenced
yard. $450 month, $450
Din~i Cn b~irhp


For Rent RENT TO OWN Rl..626-8959
7050 Season Dr. All credit considered. Realty. 626-8959
Nice 4/2 home in Brand new construction W. Milton
Milton. Close to homes. 3, 4, 5 bedroom 3/2, 14X70. Total
Whiting Field. / 2 bath. You choose the electric. No pets.
$1,195/$1,200 colors. $895 mo. to 5073 Ridgeway Blvd.
GECPM $1,495 mo. Call $625 month, $300 dep.
(850) 439-3007 520-360-1893 Baycrest Realty
(850) 777-9214 994-7918

HOUSE FOR RENT 1A
2 bedrooms, central heat I 6160 '
& air. Garbage fur- Milton (Hwy. 87)
nished. 994-5023 Christian man has
room for rent. Private
Milton bathroom and entrance. *
2 bedroom, 2 bath Single bed, small refriger-
with fireplace, washer & ator and microwave. In- HEAL. EPTATE FOR SALE
dryer and full kitchen ap- cludes lights, water and 7100- Hemes
pliances on 1/2 acre of sewer. $395. month. 7105- Open Houses
land. $675 month. Call Richard 698-6189 7110 - Beach Home/
Available immediately. Property
564-0451 7120 - Commercial $
7130 - Condo/Townhouse
Milton 7140 - Farms & Ranches
3 bedrooms, 1 bath I 6170 7150- Lots and Acreage
home. Newly remod- 1 bedroom. Ideal 7180- Mobile Homes
eled. Big yard. Good lo- for single. Located on 7180 - Investment
cation. $525 month, Avalon Blvd. 626-8973 Property
$525 dep. 995-4335 2 bedroo71900- Oul-of-Town
________ 2 bedroom 1 bath. Real Estate
Milton 24x36 screened front 7200 - Timeshare
3/1.5 bath, stove porch. Water and gar-
and refrigerator. bage furnished. 5583
6224 Glenwood North Airport Road.
$700/mth, $700/depv $550. month. $550 de- 71040 IV
623-4626 or 777-9701 posit. 626-3454 2008 blow out! Must
s623-4626 or 777-9701 sell all discounted homes,
Milton- 3br, 1be, Nice 2 bedroom 1 bath. used homes, and foreclo-
brick homen- 3br, baIntersec Water and garbage fur- sure homes. Call Clayton
brick home, Intersection nished. Nice neighbor- homes for information.
87/ 89, just 3 miles hood.Niceneigor Homes for information.50-682-3344
south of Whiting Field. Road. 6576 Dasa 8500 month682-3344
Fridge/ w/d included $500 deposit. 626-3454 Foreclosure sale
$700 mo +sd 682-8483 5 bed/3 bath for
or 865- 3421 2 bedroom mobile $69,000, call for details.
home for rent. Front & We owner finance. Call
Milton back porch. Fenced back 682-3344
4 bedrooms, 2 yard. Air conditioning.
baths. Newly remod- 623-5145 --
eled. Very nice. Quiet
area. $625 month, $625 2 bedroom/2 bath mo-
deposit. 995-4335 bile home on private lot. ou
Miltn $525 month. Total elec-
Milton tric. 6252 Morgan Ct. Ft. Walton
6332 Greenwood Dr $250 deposit. Baycrest Kenwood
3 bedrooms, 2 baths Realty 994-7918 Kenwood
with 2 car garage on 602 Mooney Rd
1 acre. F/R CH & A. 2 bedrooms, 1 bath Beautiful brick 3 br, 2
$800 dep., $995 rent, mobile home with central be, 2 cg. Close to
(neg.) 623-3339 air & heat. Includes all bases on quiet half
utilities. Located on 1/2 acre corner lot. Built in
Milton acre. $600 month. Call 1994, kitchen recently
6444 Cypress Street Roy at (850) 623-9112 updated with stainless
3/1.5 with fenced yard, 3 bedroom/2 bath steel appliances, comer
carport & outside build- 3 bedroom/2FPw/a brick hearth,
ing. $700 -month, $350. fenced yard, outside FP wall b rick hearth,
deposit. 501-2161 building. $495 vaulted ceilings, fresh
__ 5month/$495 security, paint, security system,
Milton 626-8959 Don Cumbie updated electronic irri-
Cute Cottage, 1 bed- Realty nation, large screened
1 bt WCottag hr/ 2/2te- otalt elect, porch under roof, chain
room, 1 bath. Washer/ 2/2, total electric, link back yard perfect
dryer hookup. Quiet East Gate Mobile Home for pets. $299,000.
neighborhood, near bike Ranch. 626-8973 Call 850 226-6754
trail. Non-smoking envi-
ronment. $450 month, 3/2,16 X 80.
$450 down. 623-8365 Many extras. East Gate Milton
Mobile Home Ranch. For Sale
Milton 626-8973 By Owner
FOR RENT BE HOME FOR 4br 2.5ba 3400sqft
3bed/bathl-Electric, car- CHRISTMAS 5278 Lakewood Drive.
pet, fenced, large work- 3 bedroom 2 bath in Asking $199,000.
shop with electric. $750 quiet Park. Sewer and Please call
month/$750 dep. Close garbage included. No 850-623-9362 or
to Whiting, Interstate pets. Non-smoking envi- 850-529-5991.
and Shopping. ronment. $635 plus dep.
6241 Glenwood Drive. 626-1552
850-291-0385
E. MILTON
3/2 mobile home. q ,i'e-f
Minutes from 110, quiet V S, l, tI
nn MI mn area with fenced yard. I MILTON
UVDo Some I Non-smoking environ- 3 bed/2 bath home.
ment. $500. Lease, refer- (Pine La keEstate)
Goo ences & deposit , $135,000.
fi oiFor 623-9623 or 418-0783 3 bed/2 bath home
FOR RENT OR SALE With Sun Room
2005, 3 bedroom FEMA (Hawk's Nest)
rOlft~n t mobile home. East Gate $135,000.
Tomolllr w Mobile Home Ranch. 3-4 bed/2 1/2 bath.
626-8973 With In-ground Pool.
-Jay/Miltn/Pa(Breckenridge)
IJay/Miton/Pace $235,000.
Rentals 2 & 3 bed- Call Linda Deck
'rooms. $400-$650 per Deck Realty, Inc.
month.Section 8/Hud ac- (850) 626-0711
cepted. Call 994-5703 .
RECYCLE Milton
850 sq. ft. mobile
W home on almost e,
1/2 acre, fenced O
on Burbank Dr. $400
month. Call after 5pm. Navarre ~
418-2669 or 346-3007 2 story, 4 br, 2/2 be,
C E /Milton 2150sf home on large
MOBILE HOMES FOR natural lot. 9' ceilings,
RENT. Between $300 & separate living & dining
$400 a month.368-7506 rooms, eat-in kitchen. Lg.
or 983-7259 whirlpool tub and sepa-
Mltonrate shower in master
S i Pollard Mobile Hometon bath. Beautiful, quiet wa-
APollard Mobile Hom terfront neighborhood.
Park. 2 bed, 1 bath To- terront neighborhood.
S11 tal electric. Water & gar- Priced to sell at the re-
l l Is /bage furnished. $435. duced price of $260K..
1V0 YI rent, $200 dep. Baycrest Call 850 261-0322, or
I Realty 994-7918 685-8048 leave msg.


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| 7100
October harvest
sale, Repo, Used,
Foreclosure, New, and
Discounted Homes for
sale. Payments ranging
from $450-650 a month.
Call Clayton Homes at .
850-682-4284

ONLY FOURTEEN
PAYMENTS LEFT.
Mak e and move in.
850-682-3344

Own your own land
or have family land?
Call Clayton Homes, 0%
down, all credit OK.
850-682-3344


Take over payments!
Bad credit, no problem.
T0Ak r av/ments onn


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
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a 3 bedroom, 2 bath. L 8110
Call for details. 1999 CHEVYW CAVILER.
850-682-4284 Parting out. 377-4611




Milton
Commercial 1.5 acres
Route 87.
850-982-9312


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8110 | 10
CASH PAID- Mercedes C230
for junk cars or trucks. KEvnompu ressolyr
Running or not. Even though I really
Call: 983-9527 like this car, I need
or 723-5048 to sell it quickly!
AT, 4 cyl supercharged,
moon roof, 51,700 mi.,
6 disc CD, Bose Premium
Sounds. Loaded! Garage
kept. Still under full Mer-
cedes warr. til Jan. 9th
(other manufacturer war-
\ ranties are longer). Will
sacrifice at $17,800.
850 502-6094.





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Mazda Miata
MX5 2006
29K Mi., Factory warr.,
auto. Appearance pkg,
6 disc CD, 17" wheels,
power windows/locks,
Many upgrades,
$16,995 obo.
Call 934-5610


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Police Impounds! 94
Honda Civic $600! 92
Acura Integra $700! 96
Toyota Camry $850! for
listings call
(800)366-9813 Ext
9275.







Jeep Grand
Cherokee
Limited 4x4
2001
89K miles, leather, CD
changer, moonroof.
Loadedl 573-310-3382


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




1986 Chevrolet 1 ton
dump mulch box truck.
Fresh 350 motor PTO &
hydrolics work great
(850) 723-3834
2003 Dodge Dually
1 ton crew cab SLT.
Leather, 6 CD player,
electric windows, spray
in bed liner, 4 X 4,
75,000 mile warranty.
Truck has 50,000 miles.
ULike new. NADA
$19,000, take $12,000
(850) 723-3834




1999 CHEVY CAVILER.
Parting out. 377-4611


27 Different Floor Plans to Choose
From 160,900 to *136,900
A sample of our homes...


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�60,900
$64,600
$69,500
$74,500
975,200
78,700
s85.200


Bellehaven 1040
Chadwick 1149
Stratford 1257
Norwood 1341
Mayfair 1418
Hampton 1525
York 1622


Sq ft Price
Lexington 1812 '90,400
Pinebrook 1833 s102,200
Townsen 1691 t93,100
Fleetwood 1949 $96,800
Executive 2215 1112,900
Regency- 2495 '136,900
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07 Dodge Caliber
SXT 32K ......... $10,988

08 Pontiac G6 GT Sedan 5k
Like New Must See . .$16,988

01 Ford Cargo Van
Ready To Work ........ $3,995

01 Chevy 1500 Work Truck
Auto A/C ........ . 3,995
06 Ford F350 Lariat Crew Cab Diesel
4x4 Dually Loaded . .. .1 9,988
05 Dodge Durango
Leather Loaded . . . .$10,988

08 Pontiac G6
GT 4 door 33k ..... .12,988
06 Ford F250 Lariat
Crew Cab Diesel 56k .$19,988
01 Lexus RX300
4 dr Utility Loaded & Clean1 2,500
02 Nissan Xterra SE
Leather Clean ........ $7,988
02 F250 7.3 Diesel Dually
4 door ...... . . ... . 10,995
01 Chev 2500 Ext Cab
Duramax Diesel 4WD LS Pkg
Extra Clean ...... $15,988

04 Chev Avalanche 4x4
Sun Roof Leather Loaded .*14,988
06 Ford F250 XLT Super Cab
Diesel 27k Like New . .19,988
03 Nissan EXT Cab Fontier
5 speed 90k....... 7,500





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www.McVayMotors.com
850-477-3860

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