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Woman arrested again in teen case


Sheila Langman already faced felony charges for a 'sexual relationship' with same 15-year-old boy


By ANDREW GANT
Florida Freedom Newspapers

NAVARRE A woman ac-
cused of a sexual relationship
with a 15-year-old boy has been
arrested again after sheriff's
deputies say they caught her re-
uniting with him Friday night.
Sheila Langman, 38, was un-
der GPS monitoring, according
to the Santa Rosa County Sher-
iff's Office. At about 7:40 p.m.
Friday, investigators say their


alarm went off
because she was
near the boy's
home.
Deputies
tracked her and
pulled her over
on Misty Mead-
SHEILA ow Lane about
a mile from her
own house on
Parker Lakd Cir-
cle where they say the boy
was in her car.
She was jailed without bond


Friday on charges of violating
her release conditions, interfer-
ing with child custody and con-
tributing to the delinquency of
a minor. She had been free on
$50,000 bond.
After her initial arrest in Oc-
tober, a judge ordered Langman,
a former cheerleading coach,
not to have any unsupervised
contact with minors. And a pe-
rimeter around the boy's home
was an "exclusionary zone" she
wasn't allowed to enter.
Langman's felony lewd or


lascivious battery case is still
open in Santa Rosa County. She
pleaded not guilty in November,
and her listed attorney is Timo-
thy Flaherty of the Flaherty De-
fense Firm, which was closed
Saturday.
The state Department of Chil-
dren and Families received a
complaint in October accusing
"inappropriate 'activity between
the child and the woman," and af-
ter interviews with both Langman
and the boy, investigators said the
pair had been "sexually involved"


several times that summer.
At the time, she was listed as
a volunteer cheerleading com-
missioner for the Navarre Youth
Sports Association. She wasn't
allowed to participate in NYSA
activities after the arrest.
The association isn't affili-
ated with the Santa Rosa County
School District, and district of-
ficials have said Langman was
not an employee.
She is scheduled to appear
in court in March for a felony
docket day.


Leaders with

vision, commitment,

and dedication

to community share

prominence in local

black history


Black






Month


Former Pace

businessman pleads

guilty to tax fraud


John George Baehr was the majority
owner of three coin-operated
laundries in Pace and Pensacola


By OBIE RAIN
ocrain@srpressgazette.com

As we examine Black history locally,
it's easy to recognize many Black
community leaders here who have
played significant roles in the orderly
development of race relations and integration
issues over the years.
Pastand present leaders in education and
government such as the late Theodis R. Jack-
son (with a school that bears his name) and
current.governmental leader
R. L. Lewis, both black men of
extraordinary vision and abil-
ity., are perhaps two who im-
mediately come to mind.
"Milton and the surround-
ing community were way out
front and ahead of themselves
during the 1950s and 1960s
when race relations were in
.L LEWIStransition," Lewis said in a
recent interview. "We were for-
tunate to have had leaders who looked further
down the road and acted appropriately and
decisively in the conduct of affairs that have
brought us to where we are today."
Lewis took the issue one step further by re-
lating, "We don't live in a perfect society today,
but I believe we are as near a happy medium
as any other community or town you'll find
anywhere." He said unconditionally that here
are still prickly issues that need to be resolved,
"But as we move ahead we're goirig to try to
work them out peacefully rather than collid-
ing with them confrontationally, a process that
rarely works positively."
And who, better than R. L. Lewis, would
know and understand the trials and tribula-
tions that the community has endured. For 25


O Jim Fletcher
Publisher
623-2120 i
fletcher@pressgazette.com


Printed on
recycled
paper


"Milton and the
surrounding community were
way out front and ahead
of themselves during the
1950s and 1960s when race
relations were in transition.

R.L. Lewis
Milton citycouncilman


years now R. L. has quietly and competently
worked in a developmental capacity as a Mil-
ton City Councilman to sustain and perpetuate
a leadership that he hopes is beyond reproach.
As a gentleman and a leader (the scholar will
take care of itself) R .L. will leave a legacy that
speaks for itself.
The son of R. V and Louise Lewis of Milton,
R. L. never had the luxury of multi-voweled
names. "The R. and the L. is what you get,"
he said with a smile. "They never got around
to putting anything else with those letters, so
that's what I've been all my life, just R. L!" Can
you, actually, imagine calling him anything
else?
It never seemed to have mattered, however,
and he went on to graduate from T. R. Jackson
in a class of 19 students in 1957 before spend-
ing time in the classrooms at PJC.
In 1957 T R. Jackson was a segregated school,
but R. L. says it was relatively new, and they were
the first class to graduate in the new gymnasium.
Classrooms were adequate, although not exactly
See BLACK HISTORY A5


TABLE OF CONTENTS


Obituaries A2
Opinion A6
Religion A7


Sports A10
Lifestyle BI
Classifieds B5


By BILL GAMBLING
bgamblin@srpressgazette.com
A former Pace laun-
dromat owner pled guilty
Wednesday to filing false,
fictitious, and fraudulent
federal income tax returns.
John George Baehr pled
guilty to four counts and is
set to be sentenced on April
23, according to Thomas E
Kirwin, United States At-
torney for the Northern Dis-
trict of Florida. He can face
up to three years' imprison-
ment, a maximum fine of.
$100,000, and a maximum
of three years of supervised
release on each of the four
counts.
Baehr was the major-


ity owner of three coin-
operated laundries' which
included a location in Pace
"along with Dave's Maytag on.
Navy Boulevard and Chief's
Way, both in Pensacola.
The charges stem from
Baehr's tax returns in 2001,
2002, 2004, and 2005. Based.
on information recieved, he
was charged Dec. 16 of last
year.
During these years,
Baehr admitted to United
States District Judge M.
Casey Rodgers that he
had systematically removed
money from these cash in-
tensive businesses, failing to
deposit these funds into the
See PLEADS GUILTY A7


The Zoo Northwest

Florida loses giraffe


Colby, a 13 year-old giraffe, was on

breeding loan from a Tampa zoo


Press Gazette Staff Report
A male giraffe at The
Zoo of Northwest Flori-
da, died in his exhibit on
Sunday evening, the
zoo announced this morn-
ing.
Colby, a 13 year-old gi-
raffe, was born on Feb. 5,
1996, and was on breeding
loan to the zoo from the
Lowery Park Zoo in Tam-
pa. The average life-span
of a giraffe in captivity is
18 years, according to the
zoo.
At about 5 p.m. Sunday,
an animal care supervisor
heard loud noises coming
from the giraffe barn. The
supervisor found Colby
lying down and trying to
get up. The zoo veteri-
narian was immediately
contacted and arrived on


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NEWSPAPERS-INTERACTIVE


site with his team to be-
gin treatment. Colby died
after vomiting heavily and
aspirating into his lungs.
Earlier in the day re-
pairs were being made
to the giraffe exhibit, but
no signs of anxiety were
noted in the giraffe's be-
havior by staff.
The preliminary nec-
ropsy report showed sig-
nificant lung damage due
to prior bouts with pneu-
monia and severe arthri-
tis in his hips which would
limit his ability to lift his
own weight to a standing
position.


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Wednesday, February 18, 2009


Obituaries


Bobilea Magness Williams
1935 2009


Tristan "Turtle" Curtis Simmons

June 11, 2004 February 11, 2009


Bobilea Magness Wil-
liams, age 73 of Nashville,
Arkansas, went to be with
her Lord on Thursday, Feb-
ruary 5, 2009.in Little Rock
with her family at her side.
She was born December
4,1935 in Newark, Arkansas
to the late James Raymond
and Pearle Seward Mag-
ness. Mrs. Williams was a
homemaker and a member
of the Sunset Church of
Christ in Nashville.
She enjoyed playing the
guitar and could bake the
best homemade bread and
rolls in the area. She loved
watching, birds and looking
at beautiful flowers. She
was always waiting to see if
it would snow. She loved the


snow. Most of all she was a
loving wife and mother. She
loved kids, not just hers, but
all children.
Mrs. Williams was
preceded in death by
a brother-Billy Ray
Magness in 1995.
She leaves be-
hind, her husband of
over 55 years-John
Williams of Nash-
ville; 6 children- BO
Gregg and wife
Teresa Williams of WILl
Martin, TN, Renee'
and husband John Tol-
bert of Milton, FL, Laura
and husband C.L. Mann
of Hickory, MS, Gary and
wife Lisa Williams of Tu-
pelo, MS, Kevin and wife


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BI
LI


Lyn Williams of Benton,
KY, David and wife Tina
Williams of Nashville, AR;
and 15 grandchil-
dren-Kyle Wil-
liams, Heather
Williams Barner,
" Jennifer Tolbert
S Anderson, Aman-
da Smith Taylor,
"'7 Dustin Smith, Clyde
and Kristy Mann,
LEA Emily Williams, Ol-
ivia. Williams, Ca-
1AMS leb Williams, Chloe
Williams, Clint Wil-
liams, Jerod Williams, Mat-
thew Williams, and Zack
Williams; 8 Great grand-
children-Emma Barner,
Avri and Johnathan An-
derson, Aidan Taylor, Ja-


cob Taylor, Alivia Williams,
Madison and Macy Claire
Mann; and a host of other
family and friends to nu-
merous to name.
Services were Monday,
February 9, 2009 at 10 a.m.
at Sunset Church of Christ
in Nashville with Floyd
Clark, Jr., Robert Womack
and Rick Lawson officiat-
ing. Interment followed in
Restland Memorial Park
under the direction of
Nashville Funeral Home.
You may send the family an
online sympathy message
to www.nashvillefh.com
Let the family know you
care. Sign the guest book
under news/obituaries at
www.srpressgazette.com.


"On angel's wings,
a heavenly flight, the
journey home, towards the
light. To those who
weep, a life is gone,
but in God's love,
'tis but the dawn."
- Anonymous

Tristan "Turtle"
Curtis Simmons,
age 4, died suddenly
on February 11, TRI
2009. He was born SIM
in Milton, Florida
and resided in
Holley, Fla. He is survived
by his parents John
and Brandi Russell; his
sister Taylor, and two
brothers John Jr. and
Randy; his grandparents


Carol and Bob
Adamson of Navarre
and Randy and Cindy
Russell of Bossier
-4 City, Louisiana;
God-Grandmother
Twana Helms;
numerous aunts;
uncles; and
cousins. Turtle
loved fishing and
swimming with
STAN his family. He was
RMONS a very loving boy
who touched many
hearts. He will be
missed by all.
Let the family
know you care. Sign
the guest book under
news/obituaries at www.
srpressgazette.com.


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Greg Brown, CFA
Santa Rosa County
Property Appraiser
Announces to:
Santa Rosa County's Senior Citizens!
The Santa Rosa County Board of County
Commissions has approved the Senior Citizen
Exemption, which allows an
ADDITIONAL HOMESTEAD EXEMPTION
If you meet the following criteria, you may qualify for an
additional Homestead Exemption in Santa Rosa County.
This additional exemption is for the portion of your tax bill
associated with the Board of County Commissioners only.
Property owner must be 65 or older
Total adjusted household income limitations apply
Must apply no later than March 2, 2009
Must qualify for and/or currently be receiving Homestead Exemption
* (Note: You must qualify and S19
I= may have to reapply annually). i,
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Ei (850) 983-1880 / (850) 934-8175 i
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Saturday, 5:48 p.m.
This is Fred. I was just
wondering why don't the
God loving people of this
area do what they talk about
and pray for the President.
Wish him well for the next
four years, as you should
as God loving people. If you
don't like him then vote him
out at the next election. And
just for your information, I
didn't vote for him. -


COUNTY GOVERNMENT
COUNTY COMMISSION
District 1: Jim Williamson, 4351 Berryhill Road,
Pace, FL 32571; phone 932-1340. E-mail is comm-
williamson@santaroso.fl.gov.
District 2: Bob Cole, 8651 Riverstone Road,
Milton, FL 32583; phone 983-1877. E-mail is comm-.
cole@santarosa.fl.gov.
District 3: Don Salter, 6000 Chumuckla Highway,
Pace, FL 32571; phone 994-6426. E-mail is comm-
salter@santarosa.fl.gov.
District 4: Gordon Goodin; 6467 Avenida De
Galves; Navarre, FL 32566; phone 939-4949. E-mail is
comm-goodin@santarosa.fl.gov.
District 5: Lane Lynchard, 6495 Caroline St., Suite
Mn,Milton, FL 32570, phone 932-1340. E-mail is comm-
lynchard@santarosa.fl.gov.
The Santa Rosa County Commission meets at 9 a.m.
on second and fourth Thursdays. The leaders meet'in
committee at 9 a.m. Monday preceding the Thursday
meetings. Meetings are held in commission chambers
of the Administrative Complex on U.S. 90. Phone
983-1877 for information or to reach their offices.

STATE GOVERNMENT
Rep. Greg Evers: 5224 Willing St., Milton, FL
32570,983-5550. Email: evers.greg@leg.state.fl.us.
Sen. Durell Peaden Jr., 598 N. Ferdon Blvd., Suite
100, Crestview, FL 32536, 850-689-0556.
Gov. Charlie Crist: PLO5 The Capitol, 400 S.


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Saturday 2:48 p.m.
This is D.W from Milton.
I wanted to correct some
information the Press Ga-
zette got wrong. The acci-
dent involving the animal
occurred on Highway 87/89
in Milton north of the Red-
dy Mart on Oakland Dr.
Editor's note: D.W we
did not say where the ac-
cident occurred, but only
stated what the called


said. Sorry for the misin-
formation.

Saturday, 10:12 a.m.
This is Jessie from
Pace. I was calling about
this red light camera deal.
I remember being in an ac-
cident when I tried to stop
at a yellow light and got
pushed through the inter-
section. Milton is trying to
take money from people


Elected OFFICIALS


Monroe St.; Taollahassee, FL 32399, 488-i4441. .E-mail:
fl govemrnor@myflorida.com.

FEDERAL GOVERNMENT


HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES-
Rep. Jeff Miller: 1535 Longworth House Office
Building, Washington, D.C., 20515; phone (local) 479-
1183; (DC) 202-225-4136; toll free 866-367-1614. E-
,mail: www.house.gov/jeffmiller.
SENATE
Sen. Mel Martinez: 356 Russell Senate Office'
Building, Washington, D.C., 20515; phone 202-224-
3041; fax 202-228-5171.
Sen. Bill Nelson: Room 571, Hart Senate Office
Building, Washington, D.C., 20510; phone 202-224-
5274, fax 202-224-8022.
WHITE HOUSE
President Barack Obamo: The White House, 1600
Pennsylvania Ave., Washington, D.C., 20500; phone
202-456-1414. E-mail: president@whitehouse.gov.
Vice President Joe Biden: Office of the Vice
President, White House, 1600 Pennsylvania Ave.,
Washington, D.C., 20500; phone 202-456-1414.

SCHOOL GOVERNMENT
SCHOOL BOARD
District 1: Diane Scott, 5710 Munson Highway,


who would have a much
better use for it. There
are times when you can't
stop for fear of causing a
much worse accident. It
is dammed if you do and
dammed if you don't. But
with the city of Milton it is
all about the money.
If you have a short
comment you would like
to make, .call the Speak
Out line at 623-5887.


Canadian trade delegation to visit state


A delegation of produce
buyers and wholesalers
from the Ontario province
of Canada will visit Florida
in March to meet with lead-
ing agricultural producers
and tour farms, packing-
houses and state farmers'
markets.
The reverse trade mis-
sion is being coordinated
by the Florida Depart-


ment of Agriculture and
Consumer Services in con-
junction with the South-
ern United States, Trade
Association (SUSTA) and
FayeClack Communica-
tion Inc.
The mission is designed
to further bolster trade
relations with Canada by
showcasing the quality
and variety of Florida agri-


cultural products that are
available for export to Ca-
nadian consumers. More
than $588 million in Florida
agricultural products were
sold to Canada in 2007,
making that country Flori-
da's top export market.
Florida Agriculture
Commissioner Charles
H. Bronson sees the
enhanced trade rela-


tions as beneficial to all
involved. He said studies
show Canadian consumers
in all age groups have been
trending toward healthier
eating habits in recent
years. And, as more Cana-
dian retailers respond to
this trend, Florida produc-
ers can help them meet the
growing demand for fresh,
wholesome products.


Milton, FL 32570, .983-0413. E-mail is scottdl@mail.
santurosa.k12.fl.us.
'*District 2:' Hugh Winkles, 5684'Nitklaus Lane,
Milton, FL 32570, 623-6299. E-mail is winkleseh@
mail.santarosa.kl2.fl.us.
District 3: Diane Coleman, 9400 Octavia Lane,
Navarre, FL 32566, 939-2661. E-mail is colemanmd@
mail.santarosa.kl2.fl.us.
District 4: JoAnn J. Simpson, 5059 Faircloth St.,
Pace 32571, 994-5446. E-mail is simpsonijj@mail.
santaroso.kI2.fl.us.
District 5: Edward Gray III, 1 Gray Oaks Lane, Gulf
Breeze, FL 32561, 850-932-6287. E-mail is grayem@
mail.santarosa.k1l2.fl.us.
The Santa Rosa County School Board meets at 6:30
p.m. second and fouth Thursdays at 5086 Canal St.,
Milton. Phone: 983-5000.

CITY GOVERNMENT
Milton City Hall, Mayor Guy Thompson, 6738
Dixon Street, Milton,FL 32570, 983-5400. Interim
City Manager, Brian Watkins.
Gulf Breeze City Hall, Mayor Lane Gilchrist, 1070
Shoreline Drive, Gulf Breeze, FL 32561, 934-5100.
City Manager, "Buzz" Eddy.
Town of Jay, Mayor Kurvin Quails, 3822 Hwy. 4,
Jay, FL 32565, 675-2719.
Contact information for your elected officials
appears in every Saturday edition of the Santa Rosa
Press Gazette. Know your leaders; stay in touch.


SANTA ROSA'S PRESS GAZETTE STAFF


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Publisher
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Wednesday. February 18, 2009


Sheriffs Report


Santa Rosa's Press Gazette I A3


The following listings begin
January 24, and continue to Feb-
ruary 3, 2009
Crews, Jr., William Phillip;
Male; 23; 4505 Gainer Ave., Milton;
DUI. 1/24/09
Eubanks, David Christopher;
Male; 25; 117 Fire Fly Trail, Baker,
FL; DUI. 1/24/09
Hall, Mary Katherine; Female;
24; 1024 Sterling Pt. PL, Gulf
Breeze; DUI Alcohol or Drugs 3rd
Violation W/In 10 Years, Refuse to
Submit to DUI Test. 1/23/09
Hill, Michael Scott;' Male; 32;
9651 Hollowbrook Circle, Pensac-
ola; DUI. 1/24/09
Lee; Joshua Nathan; Male;
33; 4824 Lamar Dr., Pace; DUI.
1/24/09
Lentini, Todd Anthony; Male;
36; 4227 Sally St, Pace; DUI.
1/23/09
Harrison, Justin Dwight; Male;
18; 106 E. Ave. A, Atmore, AL; Bur-
gl Dwelling Structure or Convey-
ance Armed, Larc-Theft is $300 or
More But Less Than $5,000, Larc.
Grand of Firearm. 1/26/09
Knutson, Andrew Wade; Male;
19; 6957 Blue Moon Dr., Navarre;
Burgl Unoccupied Conveyance
Unarmed (2 cts, Larc-Theft is $300
or More But Less Than $5,000,
Larc Petit 1st Off. 1/26/09
Richev, Wendy Michelle; Fe-
male; 37; 8817 Hwy. 90, Milton; Ag-
grav Asslt W/Deadly Weapon W/O
Intent to Kill (domestic violence).
1/26/09
Wallace, John William; Male;
24; 5966 Queen St., Milton; Fraud-
False Owner Info Pawned Items
Less Than $300 (2 cts.), Dealing in
Stolen Property (2 cts.), Burgl of
Unoccupied Dwelling Unarmed
No Asslt/Batt, Larc-Theft is $300
or More-But Less Than $5,000.
_Warrick, Jr., Jeffrey Randell,
Male; 21; 11192 Chumuckla Hwy,
Jay;, Larc-Petit 1st Off (2 cts.),
Fraud-Utter False Instrument
(2 cts.), Forger of Alter Bank Bill
Note Check Draft (2 cts.), Burgl
Unoccupied Conveyance Un-
armed. 1/26/09
Day, Chad Robert; Male; 38;
8819 Burning Tree Rd, Pensacola;
DUI Alcohol or Drugs 2nd Off,
Carrying Concealed Weapon Fire-
arm, Possess of Weapon Armor
Piercing Bullet Wit Commit Felo-
ny. 1/26/09
Condon, Joshua David; Male;
31; 3915 India Cove, Gulf Breeze;
DUI. 1/26/09


Herbst, Jason Lee; Male; 29;
4221 Willow Lane, Pace; DUI.
1/26/09
Bass, Robert Davis; Male; 48;
8191 Kipling Dr., Pensacola; DUI,
Refuse to Submit to DUI Test.
1/25/09
Harrison, Justin Dwight; Male;
18; 106 E Ave A, Atmore, AL;
Criminal Attempt Solicit Conspire
3rd Deg Felony, Burgl Unoccupied
Structure Unarmed, Lare-Theft
is $300 Or More But Less Than
$5,000. 1/27/09
Heller., David Allen; Male;
31; 6162 Carroll Rd, Milton; Out
of State Fugitive From Justice.
1/27/09
Hunt, Stacy Jo; Female; 33; 77
Beal Parkway, Ft. Walton Beach;
Failure to Appear for Felony Of-
fense. 1/27/09,
Jinright III, Walter Alonza;
Male; 36; 5579 Alabama St., Milton;
Fugitive From Justice. 1/27/09
Moore, LeShawn; Male; 32;
2259 Cedar Park Rd, Mobile, AL;
Failure to Appear For Felony Of-
fense. 1/27/09
Nettles, Jerry Daniel; Male; 40;
815 Charles St., Mobile, AL; Fugi-
tive From Justice. 1/27/09
Rutland, Roy Wmdell; Male;
46; 9001 Eagles Nest Drive, Na-.
varre; Probation Violation-Felony.
1/27/09
Sledge, Lamont; Male; 34; 13900
Annie Cooper Lane, Summerdale,
AL; Drive-While Lie Susp 3rd or
Subseq Off. *
Stacy, James Edward H, Male;
44; 8195 Sevilla St., Navarre; Pro-
bation Violation-Felony. 1/27/09
Fields, Rachael Ranae; Fe-
male; 29; 1865 Anderson Ave., Gulf
Breeze; Cruelty Toward Child
At That Could Result in Physical
Mental Injury. 1/27/09
Guyse, James Ronnie Lee;
Male; 51; 8774 Anola Dr., Mil-
ton; Possess Marijuana Over 20
Grams. 1/27
Ray, Elisa Herring; Female; 41;
4008 Bettian Ave., Milton; Asslt In-
tent Threat To Do Violence, Bat-
tery Touch or Strike, Kidnap-False
Imprisonment Adult, Carry Con-
cealed Weapon Electric Weapon
or Device, Carrying Concealed
Weapon-Firearm. 1/27/09
Boyd, Sherry Ann; Female; 36;
6182 Hamilton Bridge Rd, Milton;
DUI. 1/27/09 i
Kennedy, Noel Marie; Female;,
20; 8950 Quail Roost Dr., Navarre;
DUI. 1/27/09


Lee, Ebbin Joseph; Male; 20;
4059 Driskell Rd, Milton; Proba-
tion Violation-Felony. 1/28/09
McCombs, Michael Lynn;
Male; 45; 8103 Hickory Hammock
Rd, Milton; Probation Violation-
Felony. 1/28/09
Parker, Teresa Marie; Female;
19; 3933 Diamond St., Pace; Pro-
bation Violation-Felony. 1/28/09
Baker, Nathaniel Franklin;
Male; 37; 2441 Gulf Breeze Ave.,
Pensacola; DUI, Refuse to Submit
to DUI Test. 1/28/09
Baker, III, Robert James; Male;
24; 5665 Trevino Dr., Milton; Pro-
bation Violation-Felony. 1/29/09
Bullock, Jessica Rhea; Female;
23; 985 Hadwen St., Gadsden, AL;
Narcotic Equip Possess And Or
Use, Drugs-Possess Cntrl Sub W/
0 Prescription, Deliver Metham-
phetamine. 1/29/09
James, Ralph Benjamin; Male;
51; 5748 Hermitage Cir, Milton;
Drugs-Possess Cntrl Sub W/O
Prescription, DUI Alcohol or
Drugs 2nd Offense, Possess New
Legend Drug W/O Prescription.
1/29/09
McCarley, Christopher Wayne;
Male; 19; 152 Fisher, Montgom-
ery, FL; Burgl-Structure Convey-
ance Unarmed W/Person Inside,
Burgl of Occupied Conveyance
and Unarmed (30 cts.), Grand
Theft $10,000 or More Less Than
$20,000.1/29/09
Tarvin, Alan Craig; Male; 47;
700 Tenth Street, Columbus,
GA; Probation Violation-Felony.
1/29/09
Isaacs, Jeffrey Leon; Male;
36; 24 E. Ensley Dr., Pensacola;
Grand Theft. 1/29/09
Grice, Bradford Leigh; Male;
43; 5741 Janet St., Milton; Cruelty
Toward Child Infliction of Physi-
cal or Mental Injury. 1/29/09
Brumfield, Elvis Roy; Male; 25;
20 Begonia PI., Bldg R1, Pensaco-
la; Larc Theft is $300 or More but
Less Than $5000. 2/2/09
Goodyear, Michael Alan; Male;
43; 6111 Carroll Rd., Milton; Prob
Violation-Felony or Commty Cont.
1/30/09
Howard, Loviko Tavaris; Male;
33; 6111 Forest Pine Dr., Pensac-
ola; Battery-Domestic Violence
Touch or Strike, Neglect Child
Without Great Harm. 1/30/09
Thompson, Jr., Roy Albert;
Male; 20; 4321 Third Ave., Pace;
Nonmoving Traffic Violation Drive
While Lie Susp Habitual Offender.


2/1/09
Schneider, Mark Alan; Male;
44; 4331 Dianne Ct., Gulf Breeze;
Prob Violation-Felony or Commty
Cont. 2/1/09
Balkum, James David; Male;
53; 4121 Mcconnell Rd., Milton;
DUI and Damage Property. 2/1/09
Carter, Cotrina Louise; Fe-
male; 46; 5714 Byrom Street, Mil-
ton; DUI. 1/31/09
Sutton, Lisa Ann; Female;
40; 5899 Locust St., Milton; DUI.
1/31/09
Boggs, Chassidy Darlene; Fe-
male; 31; 3194 Atlas Dr., Milton;
Damage Prop-Crim Misch $1000
or More. 1/30/09
Carpenter, Rebecca Ann; Fe-
male; 40; 5428 Brandon Dr., Mil-
ton; Larc Grand Theft $10,000 or
More Less Than $20,000. 1/30/09
Carter, John Franklin Gray;
Male; 20; 5244 Admiral Halsey
Rd., Milton; Prob Violation-Felony
or Commty Cont. 1/31/09
Conroy, Logan Hunter; Male;
14; 2016 Iris Ln., Navarre; Aggrav
Asslt Domestic Violence W Dead-
ly Weapon Without Intent to Kill,
Battery Domestic Violence Touch
or Strike. 1/31/09
Davis, Patrick NMN; Male; 42;
9132 8th Ct. N, Birmingham; Non-
moving Traffic Violation Drive
While Lic Susp Habitual Offender.
1/31/09
Franklin, Levi Alexander;
Male; 21; 7085 Heath Rd., Milton;
Drugs-Possess Cntrl Sub WO
Prescription, Smuggle Contra-
band Introduce Into Detention
Facility. 1/31/09
Gooden, Robert Lawrence;
Male; 31; 6464 Appaloosa Ave.,
Milton; Prob Violation-Felony or
Commty Cont. 2/1/09
Bell, Roger Aaron; Male, 16;
5183 West Spencer Field Rd.,
Pace; Drugs-Possess Cntrl Sub
WO Prescription, Narcotic Equip-
Possess and or Use. 2/2/09
Peirce, George Hull; Male; 42;
1901 E. Lloyd St., Pensacola; DUI.
2/2/09
Gormley, Justin Aaron; Male;
12; 3433 Festival Dr., Pace; Lewd
.Lascv Behavior Victim Is Less 12
YOA Offender Less Than 18 YOA.
2/2/09
Harmon, Danielle Nicole; Fe-
male; 15; 5600 Alabama' St., Mil-
ton; Larc Theft Is $300 or More
But Less Than $5000.2/2/09
Johnson, Michael Ray; Male;
38; 5108 Mary St., Milton; Prob


Violation-Felony or Commty Cont.
2/2/09
Kimrey, Dakota John; Male; 15;
5333 Chalker Rd., Molino; Dam-
age Prop-Crim Misch Over $200
Under $1000, Larc Theft is $300 or
More But Less Than $5000.2/2/09
Moorer, Derrick Lamar; Male;
26; 202 Sessions St., Milton; Pos-
sess Cocaine. 2/2/09
Neal, Daniel Lamar; Male; 25;
4444 Sleepy Hammock Dr., Milton;
Fugitive From Justice. 10/29/08
Schlupp, Brian Joseph; Male;
18; 1969 Frontera St., Navarre;
Burglary Unoccupied Structure
Unarmed, Larc Theft is $300
or More But Less Than $5000.
2/2/09
Wilson, Joshua Benjamin;
Male; 29; 1480 Oak Dr., Gulf
Breeze; Prob Violation-Felony-Or
Commty Cont. 12/05/08
Bourgeois, James Irving III;
Male; 20; 2163 Jeannie St., Na-
varre, FL; Failure to Appear For
Felony Offense. No Date Given.
Bivines, Angela Marie; Fe-
male; 51; 56 Mary St., Milton; Prob
Violation-Felony or Commty Cont.
2/3/09
Blok-Andersen, Judy Lariscy;
Female; 60; 1861 Pelican Ln., Na-
varre; Aggrav Battery Domestic
Violence Person Uses a Deadly
Weapon. 2/3/09
Rogers, Charles Lamar; Male;
51; 333 Hickory Ln., Moundville,
AL; Prob Violation-Felony or
Commty Cont. 1/22/09
Vidrine, Daryl Joseph; Male;
29; 2184 Bergren Rd., Gulf Breeze;
Prob Violation-Felony or Commty
Cont. 1/15/09
Johnson, Karol Joy; Female;
54; 5949 Rolling Greens Dr., Mil-
ton; Prob Violation-Felony Or
Commty Cont. 2/3/09
Martin, James Arnell; Male;
29; 5171 Green Springs Dr., Milton;
Fraud Non Disclose Chng Status
Pub and $200 or More. 2/3/09
Snow, Kye Andrew; Male; 18;
9143 John Hamm Rd., Milton;
Burgl Unoccupied Conveyanced
Unarmed, Larc Petit 1st Offi
Fraud-Illeg Use Credit Cards
Use More 2 Times 6 Mos Obt Gds
Money $100 More. 2/3/09
Stott, -Wesley Earl; Male; 21;
5447 Holley St., Milton; Burgl Un-
occupied Conveyance Unarmed,
Larc Petit 1st Off, Fraud-Illeg Use
Credit Cards Use More 2 Times 6
Mos Obt Gds Money $100 More.
2/3/09


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Sowell Selected as Public Services employee of the year
Kevin Sowell, commu- when interacting with the
nications shift supervisor public, coworkers and su-
with Santa Rosa County pervisors.
Emergency Communica- Sowell has had a num-
tions, was recognized as ber of significant calls in
the Santa Rosa County the last year that have
Public Services Employ- proved his excellent work i
ee of the year at today's ethic and dedication to the
board of county commis- service he provides to the
sion meeting. Employed community. One success
with Santa Rosa County story added to his already .
since February 1992, Sow- long list of accomplish- .
ell was promoted to a su- ments was the assistance
pervisor in March 2006. he provided to a father in
First selected as the pub- helping his wife success-
lic services employee of fully deliver their baby over
the quarter in March 2008,. the phone. He was able
he was recognized for his to calm the father while
strong leadership skills, providing delivery instruc- :..
as well as his professional tions which included tying
and courteous demeanor the umbilical cord.

NOTICE OF CHANGE OF LAND USE
AND INTENT TO CONSIDER AN ORDINANCE

The Santa Rosa County Board of County Commissioners
will conduct a public hearing 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 fol-
lows:

Board of County Commissioners (to consider adoption of
the ordinance): ,

Thursday, February 26, 2009 at 6:00 p.m. M Rl lA

The meeting will be held at the Santa Rosa County Adminis-
trative Center in the Board Meeting Room, 6495 Caroline
Street, Milton, Florida. At the public hearing, the Board of
County Commissioners shall consider adoption of an ordi-
nance entitled as follows:

Ordinance No. 1:

AN ORDINANCE RELATING TO SANTA
ROSA COUNTY, FLORIDA; AMENDING
ORDINANCE 2003-25; AMENDING THE, _aeomes
FUTURE LAND USE MAP OF THE SANTA
ROSA COUNTY COMPREHENSIVE PLAN;
CHANGING THE LAND USE
CLASSIFICATIONS AS DEPICTED IN THE
ATTACHED MAPS; PROVIDING FOR SEVER- Dan McKenzie.'
ABILITY; PROVIDING FOR CODIFICATION; McKenzie GMC Pontiac &.Buick
AND PROVIDING FOR AN EFFECTIVE DATE.

The following future land use map amendment to the Santa l T
Rosa County Comprehensive Plan is for adoption and sub- ...
mittal to the Department of Community Affairs as the first of
two (1 of 2) amendment packages allowed by Florida
Statutes in Calendar Year 2009 (09-1). The amendment was R. L. LEWIS
previously approved by the BOCC for transmittal to DCA in For some 25 years now, quietly but compe-
December 2008. tently, as one. of Milton's most effective and capa-
Future Land Use Designation Amended: from Garcon ble citizen politicians, R. L. Lewis has worked, as
e. 2 8. ', t a member of the Milton Ciiy Council, to sustain
Point Rural Residential to Commercial approximately 11.14 one of the most well balanced and successful
acres. local governmental entities in this area of Florida.
1M AG R2M1Elected to represent Milton's Ward 4 in 1983, "R.
pA LJAr| t| H RRI L.", as he is familiarly known, has been returned
ti MAi as hi knof
R1i If, year after year to represent his neighborhood in
.RRI R / local government without interruption and without
HCD HCD R position.
208R0 a That's noteworthy in itself and can only indi-
SHC d. cate that over the years he has certainly been
C no P doing something right!
.After graduating from T. R. Jackson High School
w ,AG Min Milton as a member of the Class of 1957, R. L.
men a b h completed a notable, 32-year career with
a e nCDo AG Monsanto where he retired in a super isory capac-
C nR. L. Lewis ity and he has another forty-something years to
his credit as a member of the staff at Lewis
Funeral Home in Milton.
The proposed ordinance and maps may be inspected by the R. L. credits his philosophy of fairness and impartiality in dealing with the public and
public prior to the above scheduled meetings at the Santa his personal motto of "Treating people in a way that you want to be treated" for the suc-
Rosa County Planning Department, 6051 Old Bagdad High- cess that he has enjoyed in all of his dealings over the years, both public and private. He
way, Milton, Florida. Interested parties may appear at the says he and his family have been blessed over the years and that serving in city govern-
way Mlton is rie nth a erested parteor mt the pment is just one way of "giving back" to the city and county.
meetings and be heard with respect to this proposed ordi- R. L. and his wife, Paulette, are the parents of a daughter, Cheryl, who has blessed them
nance. All interested parties should take notice that if they with one granddaughter that has always been one of the delights of their lives. Spiritual
decide to appeal any decision made by the Santa Rosa values, too, have always played an important part in R. L.'s life, and worship at Mt. Zion
Primitive Baptist Church in the Ferris Hill Community has been an integral part of his
County Board of County Commissioners with respect to any family's lives.
matter coming before said Board at said meeting, it is their It's hard to pinpoint a specific event in his city council career that has been more
individual responsibility to insure that a record of proceed- important than any other, R. L. says, but his affirmative vote to bring the Winn Dixie
Shopping Center at Park and Dogwood streets to the community has been at least one of
ings they are appealing exists and for such purpose they will greatest impact to the community's development and prosperity. If the public will remem-
need to insure that a verbatim record of the proceedings is ber, the issue was controversially tied up in the city council and was only achieved
made, which record shall include the testimony and the evi- through a tie breaking vote of then Mayor Clyde Gracey.
In most anyone's observation, R. L. would be a stand-out. But an over all assessment
dence upon which their appeal is to be based, of his contributions to the community have proven him to be one of its most valued mem-
bers. We salute him for his input, his dedication, his integrity, and his unyielding fortitude


Santa Rosa County adheres to the Americans with Disabili- that have impacted his services and have sustained so many positive achievements for his,
ties Act and will make reasonable modifications for access to and our, community!
this meeting upon request. Please call Santa Rosa County
Planning, Zoning and Development Division at (850) 981-
7075 to make a request. For Hearing-Impaired, 1-800-955- PONTIAC- oGMC BUICK
8770 (Voice). Requests must be received at least 48 hours ,-
in advance of the meeting in order to provide the requested o Hwy 90 at 89, Milton
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Wednesday, February 18, 2009


Local


Santa Rosa's Press Gazette l AS


BLACK HISTORY from page A]


state of the art, and R L.
says he believes his educa-
tion would match that of-
fered to any student in Santa
Rosa County.
Then after returning
home from a two-year stint
in the Army, he went to work
for Monsanto Company in
North Escambia County,
retiring as a supervisor of
more than three dozen em-
ployees in the Yarn Depart-
ment.
In 1972, R. L. was the
first black man to serve on
the Florida Highway Patrol
Auxiliary in the West Florida
area. His election to the
Milton City Council in 1984,
where he has served unin-
terruptedly and unopposed
for the past 25 years, pro-
pelled him into a position of
leadership and prominence
that he considers a prized
responsibility.
Few if any in the com-
munity would disagree that
his faithful and positive
influence to the community
has been an empowering
one for both the city and its
residents.


R. L. has many responsi-
bilities. He is currently em-
ployed with Lewis Funeral
Home where he has been
a funeral advisor for many
years and is Chairman of
the Deacon Board at Mt.
Zion Primitive Baptist
Church in the Ferris Hill
community. He also serves
as Chairman of the Milton-"
Keyser Cemetery Com-
mittee and is a member of
numerous other church.
and civic organizations.
In his capacity as Milton
City Councilman represent-
ing Ward 4, R L. is present-
ly Chairman of the Public
Works Committee, member
of the Parks and Recre-
ations Committee, and the
Insurance Committee.
In the past R. L. has
served on the West Florida
Planning Board, Santa
Rosa Mental Health, Re-
view Board for Law En-


forcement, the American
Cancer Board of Directors,
Democratic Executive
Board, Florida League of
Cities Nominating Commit-
tee, and the Intergovern-
mental Relations Commit-
tee, among many others.
R. L. is married to the
former Paulette Larkins,
and they have a daughter'
Cheryl Shakur. Their grand-
daughter, Shante Shakur,
is undoubtedly one of the
enduring joys of their life.
It's hard to pinpoint a
specific event in his City
Council career that has
been more important than
any other, R. L. says, but his
affirmative vote to bring the
Winn Dixie Shopping Cen-
ter at Park and Dogwood
streets to the community
has been at least one of
greatest impact to the
community's development
and prosperity.


If the public will remem-
ber back in 1986, the issue
was controversially tied up
in the Milton City Council
and was only achieved
through a tie-breaking
vote of then-Mayor Clyde
Gracey.
"We were ahead of the
times when I was grow-
ing up," R. L. observed.
"All the other surrounding
areas had to catch up with
us as far as integration
was concerned. About all
that we did not do together
(blacks and whites) was go
to church and go to restau-
rants."
Prior to R. L.'s promo-
tion to supervisor ranks at
Monsanto, a class action
lawsuit was in progress
asking that at least 17 black
people be promoted to fore-
men. "'Although I was con-
sidered a part of that litiga-
tion, it was not until four or


five months later that I was
promoted to foreman. I do
not feel that my promotion
resulted from that action. I
feel that I was promoted on
my own merits."
When R. L. retired he
had advanced from fore-
man to Shift Supervisor
with more than 36 people
on his watch.
Today, things are stabi-
lizing more so than at any
other time in history, he
says. "Although I see the
election of a black president
as a positive move, I don't
see where it opens a lot of
doors that haven't already
been opened, actually.
"But it has helped. Other
doors that have not already
been opened, now stand
ajar, and it is up to individu-
als, both black and white,
to step through that door.
They have to take responsi-
bility for their own lives and


actions."
One negative aspect on
the local scene that con-
tinues to trouble him is the
refusal of the Milton High
School Band to participate
in the Martin Luther King,
Jr. annual parade. "The
celebration has been going
on now for some five years,
and we have made every
effort to have them included
in the parade, but it just
hasn't happened."
How does he feel?
"Troubled, disappointed,
frustrated," he readily re-
plied. "We still haven't been
able to achieve racial har-
mony completely, if, indeed,
this is connected in any way
to that aspect of the Martin
Luther King, Jr. activities."
Our responsibility as
a community influence to
him is to help him find an
answer to his question.
And we will.


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HAPPY DAY REUNION


Submitted By:
Mrs. Dorothy Bell
& Loretta Johnson Richter

January 31st, 2009 was a happy day of
reuniting many friends and co-workers of
many years. In the early days of Santa Rosa
Hospital it was like one big HAPPY FAMI-
LY and everyone knew everyone, so it is not
surprising that Dorothy Bell called Judy
Nicholson to wish her a HAPPY BIRTH-
DAY one day in late September 2007; which
started the idea of a reunion and the phones
began ringing as one person contacted anoth-
er person and etc. That reunion was held on
November 8th, 2007 at the La Hacienda
restaurant in Milton and it brought out 56
employees, some who had not seen one
another for 25 to 30 years. Everyone agreed
it would be good tp do this yearly but as it
got closer to the end of 2008 nothing had
transpired. While Mrs. Bell was a patient in
the hospital herself and Jerry Womack a co-
worker for many years went to visit her they
got.the ball rolling and the phones started
ringing again. This time with Jerry Womack
coordinating to acquire the Locklin Building
behind the Medical Center and the hospital
cafeteria to cater the event. Mrs Bell called
me to start calling the people who had signed
our guest book from the first reunion and
this brought about our second reunion which
was again enjoyed by 70 co-workers from all
departments and two of our greatly respected
Doctors, Eduardo Puente, M.D. and Michael
T. Hartsfield, M.D.
Everyone who has worked at Santa
Rosa Hospital from the year it was located
on Stewart Street to the year where it is now
on Berryhill Road have many reminiscing
memories and a lot of them were shared
Saturday January 31st 2009.
We want to thank everyone who made a
phone call, contacted another person or had a
part in making our reunion the great success
that it was and'we want all co-workers from
all departments to come be with us again
January 30th, 2010 at the Locklin building
behind the Medical Center on Berryhill Road
at 12.00 noon. No reservation will be neces-
sary and we will be paying for our own meal
that will be catered. More information will
be available in January 2010 of price and
menu. Please come be with us and enjoy all
the good old memories.


FOR THE EMPLOYEES


OF THE OLD


SANTA ROSA


HOSPITAL


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muI "aluxtO. 10 .


Opinion


Wednesday, February 18, 2009


OUR VIEW



Letter to



Congress

Dear Legislators,

Thanks so much for your kind generosity
with the economic stimulus package you and
your counterparts pushed through the House
and Senate:
The extra $13 dollars a week in tax breaks
will go a long way toward keeping us from wor-
rying about things. I'm sure it will safeguard
us from needing further bailouts. Please send
our kindest regards to corporate America as
you issue them multi-millions because they
do not know how to balance a budget and live
within their means.
Also, we would like to know who paid for the
plane ticket of Ohio Senator Sherrod Brown?
We are sorry for your loss, but cannot af-
ford a plane ticket. We're sure you don't fly
coach like most of America.
Please chime in on a few issues regarding
the President.
During the campaign, the President talked
about making oil companies pay "their fair
share." So, we wonder how much Exxon-Mo-
bil will pay for its record-setting $45.2 billion
in profit last year? The firm almost broke its
profit record of one year ago by a whopping $5
billion dollars.
Maybe these oil companies should be run-
ning the nation's finances.
We don't think many Americans would ob-
ject to seeing the national debt eliminated in
a matter of years.
Now that we have talked about Americans'
money, lets talk about safety.
Congrats to the President on keeping his
promise regarding the closing Gitmo down.
We just wonder where America will send
these people. Nobody wants them in their
hometown, but they must go somewhere.
Immigration has been a long-running
problem for us. You've managed to do noth-
ing on this matter in the last several years.
The stimulus packages show you are capable
of moving quickly.
We wonder if you plan to use this new-found
speed to address this and other important is-
sues continuing to face American citizens.
When our forefathers came here, it was
established America would be a metling pot.
Only native Americans can claim to be "real"
Americans. All others came from other plac-
es. So, it is incumbent upon you to address
this issue in a manner that protects exist-
ing taxpayers while allowing those wishing
to come here to live their own version of the
American Dream.
We're surprised there wasn't money in your
stimulus package to address this...there's
money for most everything else. Yet, in typi-
cal congressional fashion, you managed to
flood money to areas where it is not needed
and dami-up the flow where it is needed.
We note millions and millions go to "gov-
ernment oversight," but almost all dollars re-
moved for Veterans and the construction of
Veterans' hospitals. Would this not have met
a-need (care for our veterans) while also cre-
ating jobs building these facilities and, once
built, staffing them?
We really wonder if you "get" what Presi-
dent Obama had in mind. Yet, we suspect,
like Rush Limbaugh said, you made these
changes so the bill'"would" fail. Then, you
can blame the President.
Sounds an awful lot like politics as usual.



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Your VIEWPOINTS


Spare what "rod?",
The editorial (2-11-09)
correctly quoted Proverbs
13:24 and 23:13,14. "He that
spareth the rod hateth his
son..."
It is important, howev-
er, to consider the FIRST
verse of the 13th Chapter
to understand the true con-
text of the message God is
trying to convey to us. Oth-
erwise, we have nothing
but a spin or twist of that
message.
The Hebrew word she-
bet (shay bet) is translated
into the English word rod.
The Hebrew word is gener-
ic with several meanings:
a stick for walking, punish-
ing, fighting; or just words
of wisdom, instruction and/
or correction.


However, let's begin
with the FIRST verse of
the chapter: "A wise son
heeds (and is the fruit of)
his father's instruction and
correction." (Amplified
Bible).
The King James Bi-
ble reads: "A wise son
HEARETH his father's IN-
STRUCTION."
The rod was also a staff
of the shepherd, who used
the crook of the staff to pull
a stray sheep to safety!
It is obvious that the
rod does not mean simply
beating a child with a stick!
Physical abuse of a child is
the fool's understanding of
"sparing the rod."
How far we have strayed
from God's instructions!
It is a sad day when we


have to let the "govern-
ment" tell us how to raise
our children. We are told
our children must be in
school until a certain age.
That our children cannot
work except as they de-
scribe. They are indoctri-
nated with anti-Christian
nonsense in school. They
cannot publicly express
their faith in God. They are
taught a "test" and not the 3
R's. Alabama just released
their dropout rate: 41%!!,
Florida cannot be far
behind. There should be
no dropouts.
But as long as our fed-
eral government controls
it, there will be.
We have almost re-
turned to the tyranny of
a King. The blood of our


Founding Fathers cries out
from the grave:
"What have you done
to America? Why have you
allowed the feds to violate
Article X? And ignore the
VESTED POWERS?"
When we cannot dis-
cipline our children, why
should we expect to disci-
pline the crooked, corrupt
politicians?
At least half of the Foggy
Bottom crowd needs to be
given their pink slip and
lined up to seek a "real"
job!
PRAY FOR AMERICA!!
And put legs and arms to
your prayers: Clean up
Washington!!!

BILL BLEDSOE
Milton Fla.


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Kornerstone


Santa Rosa's Press Gazette | A7


Church to treat Chumuckla area kids to free dental care


Special to the Press Gazette
Free dental care for the
kids in the Chumuckla area.
On Saturday, February 21st, at
Chumuckla United Methodist
Church, local dentists and den-
tal hygienists from Pace, Mil-
ton, Pensacola and Fort Walton
Beach will treat some 150 lo-
cal children & youth free. The
project is part of the Florida
Dental Associations participa-


"The
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of H
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tion in national children's den-
tal health month. Dental team
leader, Dr. Dan Henry is past
President of the Florida Dental
Association has conducted over
25 dental missions at home and
overseas. Dr Henry and Dr.
Jim Lassiter of Jay, Florida
screened over 100 children and
youth from Chumuckla area
schools in preparation for the
first Healing Springs Dental
Fair, which is planned to be-


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business bank accounts,
and instead depositing only
the business income nec-
essary to pay business ex-
penses.
Baehr admitted that
prior to 2001, he became
involved with other tax de-
fiers who were recently
prosecuted by the Pen-
sacola office of the Inter-
nal Revenue Service (IRS)
Criminal Investigation, in-
cluding Ward Dean, Fred
J. Suttles, and Kent E. Ho-
vind.
Through his associ-
ation with them, Baehr
admitted that he received
and maintained large
amounts of anti-tax liter-
ature from which he de-
veloped ideas on how to
evade reporting his busi-
ness income.
He created a fictitious
trust, "Navex Enterprises,".
over which he maintained
control and from which he
derived the benefits. Baehr
operated two of the coin
laundries through Navex


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Enterprises and never filed
tax returns for the busi-
nesses.
Tracey Montano, As-
sistant Special Agent in
Charge of the IRS Crimi-
nal Investigation Tampa
Field Office, stated, "The
prosecution of individuals
who intentionally conceal
income and evade taxes
is a vital element of main-
taining public confidence
in our tax system. We
should not expect the hon-
est taxpayer to foot the bill
for those who hide income
from the IRS. Cash-inten-
sive businesses and tax-
defier rhetoric may be at-
tractive to those wishing to
not pay their fair share of
taxes, however, those indi-
viduals should be warned
that the IRS, with the help
of the'U.S. Attorney's of-
fice, will actively and ag-
gressively bring them to
justice."
This case was investi-
gated by the Internal Rev-
enue Service.


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come an annual event. This
event would not be possible
without the support and caring
for their community of the local
dentists and dental hygienists
donating their Saturday and
their talents for healing, to the
underserved children of the
Chumuckla area.
Sponsored by Chumuckla
United Methodist Church and
the Florida Dental Association,
assisted by Chumuckla Elemen-


Kornerstone BRIEFS


Medicare & You -
Open Forum Seminar
A seminar is scheduled
for Tuesday, Feb. 24 at
7 p.m. It will be hosted by
the Milton Seventh Day
Adventist Church. Mod-
erator for the evening
will be Jennifer Hubbard.
Mrs. Hubbard brings 30+
years of Medicare knowl-
edge with her to help
guide you through some
of the burning questions
regarding Medicare ben-
efits and coverage. Hav-
ing spent the last 15 years
in Long Term Care, she
will also be available to
answer questions related
to those services. R.S.VP
to 626-9123. The church is
located at 5288 Berryhill
Rd, Milton.

Mt. Carmel Wild
Game Supper
Mt. Carmel United
Methodist Church, lo-


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tary and Central High School,
over two dozen local Dentists,
Dental Assistants, Hygienists
will donate their time, money
and expertise to help commu-
nity children. Dr. Karen Barber,
Principal at Chumuckla Elemen-
tary School & Principal Clifton
(Buddy) Hinote of Central High
School have provided essential
assistance in enabling this won-
derful work.
Through it's Healing Springs


cated on Hwy. 89 North
in Jay will be having their
3rd Annual Wild Game
Supper on Saturday,
Feb. 21st at 6 p.m. Speaker
will be Brother John Fin-
klea. There is a $10 dona-
tion to benefit Relay for
Life. Come and enjoy the
fun, food, fellowship and
door prizes.

Clothes Closet open
Milton Assembly of God
Church, located at 6163
Dogwood Blvd. will have
their Community Clothes
Closet open to the public
on Friday, Feb. 20, from
9 a.m. to 11 a.m. If you need
clothes come check us out.

Food Distribution
Shepherd's House Min-
istries, Inc. is sponsoring
the Good Samaritan Food
Pantry on Friday, Feb. 20,
Early Sign In is at 7 a.m.
Food Distribution is at
11 a.m. Call 983-3228.


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ist Church will be transformed
on Saturday, Feb. 21st, into a
surgery with 6 dental chairs, hy-
gienist chairs, hospitality cafe,
dental hygiene demonstrations,
movies and entertainment. Com-
munity Care Stephen Ministers
will be on hand to assist people
needing confidential care. B.I.C.
(Because I Care) Ministers will
assist sick and lonely people who
need visiting services.


Immanuel Baptist

Church NEWS



Revival to be held


Sunday through


Wednesday


Written By Dr. Jerry Passmbre
Interim Pastor
Revival Services will be-
gin at 10 a.m. at Immanuel
Baptist Church on Sunday,
February 22. Dr. Rick Ingle
from Denten, Texas, along
with the Newberry Singers
will be our guest Evange-
lists from Sunday through
Wednesday. The following is
the schedule for the week:
Sunday 7 a.m. Men and
Boy's Breakfast-Dr. Ingle
Speaking; 10 a.m. Morning
Revival Service; and 6 p.m,
Evening Revival Service.
Monday 11 a.m. Pace
Setters Luncheon-Dr. Ingle
speaking; 6 p.m. First Grade
- Fifth Grade Hot Dog Par-
ty-Magic Show; 6:30 p.m.
Revival Service-Dr. Ingle


preaching.
Tuesday 6 p.m. Sixth
Grade through High School
Pizza Blast; 6:30 p.m. Reviv-
al Service-Dr. Ingle preach-
ing "From the Ghetto Gang
to the Pulpit"
Wednesday 6:30 p.m.
Revival Service featuring
Children, Youth and Adult
Choirs-Dr. Ingle preaching
Although there will be
pre-service events for spe-
cial groups Monday and
Tuesday nights, Revival
begins at 6:30 and all age
groups are invited to at-
tend.
The movie "Fireproof"
will be shown at Immanuel
March 13th from 7-9 p.m. in
the Worship Center There is
free admission and the pub-
* lic is invited.


Police investigate fatal accident


Press Gazette Staff Reports

Milton Police are in-
vestigating a fatal ac-
cident that occurred on
Valentines Day.
According to a de-
partment press re-


lease Troy Lanham, 47,
address unavailable,
*walked into the path
of a vehicle about 6:20
p.m. Saturday in the
5000 block of Dogwood
Drive'
Nb charges have been
filed in the accident.


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Dear Pastor Gallups,
I see and hear so many preachers that have
become so possessed with teaching that God wants
Christians to be wealthy in money and material
things that I can't help but wonder are they really
trying to lead people to Jesus or are they more
interested in increasing their own wealth?'-
H.H.E., Bagdad
Dear H.H.E.,
I find no where in scripture where God declares that he
wants "all" of His Children in this world to be
wealthy and "healthy".
There ARE promises in God's Word that indicate
that the Lord often blesses His Children with wealth or
even "healing" and health when His childrenhlive by
certain Biblical principles. However, common sense
(and God's Word!) makes clear that health and wealth
are very relative terms and are practically indefinable.
How does one define "wealthy"? Usually it means
someone,who has more money that YOU do! An aver-
age American family is far "wealthier" than 75% of the
rest of the world. What is "health"? We are ALL
dying. Eventually, "health" will run out for us ALL!
ALL of the disciples of Jesus died poor and mar-
tyrs' deaths. Jesus didn't have a place to "lay his
head". He had no home or fancy wardrobe. Someone
else kept his money and he turned out to be a thief!
Many of God's dearest children all over the world suf-
fer from poverty, malnutrition, disease and even starva-
tion.
Eventually we will have the ultimate in health and
wealth when we are with the Lord Jesus.. All we are
promised in this life is an opportunity to live for Jesus
and bring glory to His Name regardless of our health
or wealth.
In short, the "health and wealth, prosperity" teach-
ing coming out of today's modern "television evangel-
ist world" is simply a LIE! We need to be like Paul,
who said that he had learned to be content in ALL
THINGS healthy, not healthy, wealthy or poor. He
simply wanted to glorify Jesus with his life. That is the
goal of my life as well. I think that a Christian will find
their life to be much happier if lived by this Biblical 4
truth.
Carl Gallups is the Pastor of Hickory Hammock Baptist Churcl in Milhon. lHe has a Bachelor ,l
Science degree from Honda Slate university, and a Master of Divinrity .. Th. New Orleans Baptis:
'hleologicald Sem::a'.-r. He has been pastor of HHBC since 1987. He snes as as ln ternationai 'oulh
Evangelist for the Southem Baptist Convention preaching a', over the U S and Canada. For mere mif'rma-
tion about HHBC. call 623-8959 or 626-8951. fax: 623-0197 If you have any questions for Ask The
Preacher, send it o: Ask The Preacher, Hickory Hammrock Baptist Church. 8351 Hickory Hammock Road,
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Prissy Peacock Consignment Store now at more convenient location


Those you will
most likely
encounter at The
Prissy Peacock
are Owner
Marsha Beach,
right, and her
sister-in-law
Sharon Beach I
(their husbands
are brothers) who I
will be happy to
see you. They
urge you to come
by and shop
and register for
the Saturday,
February 28,
shopping spree
prize they're
featuring to i
celebrate the
store's first
successful year.




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PACE WATER SYSTEM BOARD ELECTION
THE ELECTION FOR BOARD OF DIRECTORS WILL BE
HELD FEBRUARY 19, 2009 AT PACE WATER SYSTEM
OFFICE LOCATED AT 4401 WOODBINE ROAD. VOTING
WILL BE IN THE BOARD ROOM FROM 7AM TO 7PM.
THE CANDIDATES ARE:
DISTRICT 1
JOANNE BARIS
HAROLD BEST
MARVIN FOWLER SR
LONNIE PENTON
DISTRICT 2
GEORGE HITCHCOCK
GORDON PAULSON
T.P. SIMMONS
DISTRICT 3
PAUL HINSON
(ELECTED UNOPPOSED)
NOTICE: PACE WATER SYSTEM,:INC.
ANNUAL MEETING OF MEMBERS
WHEN: FEBRUARY 26, 2009 AT 7 PM
WHERE: PACE WATER SYSTEM OFFICE
4401 WOODBINE ROAD
PACE,.FLORIDA 32571
TELEPHONE 994-5129
REFRESHMENTS SERVED
AND DOOR PRIZES AWARDED


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ONNE AUCTION

SANTA ROSA COUNTY SCHOOL BOARD
SCHOOL SURPLUS
Online bid.sales are periodically conducted at the following website:
www.govdeals.com
THE NEXT AUCTION WILL INCLUDE THE FOLLOWING
1990 GMC Pickup Truck -1992 GMC Cargo Panel Truck
(2) 1994 International School Bus
(2) 1996 International School Bus
The auction listed above will run
February 23 March 2, 2009.
Additional sales will be scheduled as material is received
at the surplus warehouse.
Note: In order to bid online, buyer must go to www.govdeals.com
and register as a bidder. It is an easy process and does not require
establishing a payment account or credit card information. It takes a
few days to activate an account, so hurry and register.
The Surplus Warehouse continues its weekly sales every Friday
from 8:00 a.m. to 2:00(p.m. Available, at that time, are items such as
student desk/chairs, bulletin board, TVs. replaced computers, etc.
Discarded library books and textbook are available at no charge.
FOR MORE INFORMATION CONTACT:
Jesse De Leon @ Surplus Warehouse/Textbook Depository
983-5143
Email: deleonj@mail.santarosa.k12.fl.us


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By OBIE RAIN '
ocrain@srpressgazette.com

With just less than a
year of catering to cloth-
ing and "dry goods" con-
signment enthusiasts on
Stewart Street in down-
town Milton, the Prissy
Peacockhas relocated to a
roomier, more convenient
location on Highway 90 in
Pea Ridge where a proud
peacock can strut its stuff
in a much grander style!
Even after less than
a year in business, the
Prissy Peacock is still
the talk of the town, not
necessarily for its saucy
name, but for the colossal
bargains and the quality
merchandise that it han-
dles. Opened in March of
last year in its Stewart
Street location, the store
was an immediate suc-
cess, and by year's end
had quite outgrown its
original 900 square feet of
sales space.
"Business has been
quite brisk since we
opened," according to
owner Marsha Beach,
"and we found that we
needed more space to ac-
commodate our shoppers
and consignors." She
says the new location is
excellently located, very
convenient, and more ac-
cessible to a wider range
of customers. It is now
situated at 5054 Highway
90 in Pea Ridge on the
north side of the street
next door to Cash's Li-
quor Store and across the
Highway from Billy Bob's
Bar-B-Que.
Marsha says she start-
ed the business deal-
ing in all kinds of men's,
women's, and children's
apparel, but after keenly
observing the market
trends, decided to zero
in only on women's cloth-
ing. Women, she thought,
probably had the great-
est "flair" for fashion,
and were the most likely
interested in "something
new and different."
Well, things seem to be
a lot different today! With
2,000 square feet of floor
space, there's room to be
a lot more inclusive. And
in addition to women's
clothing, customers will
now find furniture, rack
after rack of men's wear,
shoes of almost every
fashion and persuasion,
jewelry, and accessories
such as purses, wallets,
and cosmetic bags.
And the variety and
styles are almost end-
less. Dresses, blouses,
slacks, jeans, and other
items of women's cloth-
ing are complemented by
shoes and other accesso-
ries that most any woman
would be proud to own
and wear. And it's pret-
ty safe to surmise that
women will be able to find
items from young to plus
sizes, Marsha says.
With the larger quar-
ters comes space to
concentrate on more
elaborate items, and the
latest concentration is
evening dresses and for-
mal year. Marsha points
out that with spring just
around the corner there
will be many more op-
portunities for women to
indulge in their dreams
of being the "belle of
the ball" without embar-
rassing their clothing
budget. "We have some
of the most beautiful
evening wear you'll find
most anywhere, and the
assortment of styles can
easily assure one of a
kind fashions," she said.
Prom season is rapidly
approaching, and with
the economy in a some-
what unsteady condition,
it may be reasonable for
some parents to consider
purchasing their daughter
one of the beautiful and
elegant evening gowns
that are featured at Pris-


sy Peacock. And while it's
true that many moms are
reluctant to spend a great
deal of money on an item
that might never be worn
again, the idea that it


might be offered on con-
signment for another of
equal value, quality, and
appearance makes the
purchase more appeal-
ing.
"Consignment, you
see, is really a prudent
and reasonable method
of exchange," Marsha
explains. "Basically, con-
signment involves selling
something for someone
to someone else. You act
as a broker, of sorts, but
it's a process that's a lot
more fun!"
And with the confes-
sion of Vice Presidential
Candidate Sara Palen
that she likes to shop at
consignment stores, it
has elevated the reputa-
tion of such stores signifi-
cantly. In fact, it's quite
fashionable to use them
frequently.
The new location has
given the Prissy Peacock
much more exposure, and
Marsha says that people
from out of town are com-
ing to visit the store more
often. "It's convenient for
customers from Jay, Gulf
Breeze, and Pensacola to
come by, and many are,"
she says. In fact she re-
members customers from
as far beyond Pea Ridge
as Warrington and West
Pensacola.
And now here is the ic-
ing on the cake! Marsha
and her chief assistant,
Sister in Law Sharon
Beach, have devised a
unique way to show their
appreciation for the cus-
tomers who have made
the Prissy Peacock such
a success.
March 1, 2009 is the
store's one-year anniver-
sary, and to celebrate they
are sponsoring a $100
shopping spree for some
lucky customer. Although
it will be necessary for
shoppers to register, it
will not be necessary for
them to be present to win
the grand prize.
And since March 1
falls on Sunday this year
when they will be closed,
Marsha says the logical
time to hold the drawing
will be the preceding Sat-
urday, February 28, 2009.
"We are so excited about
our first successful year
that we want to share
our good fortune with
our customers," Marsha
says. It will be an excit-
ing few days between.
now and February 28, so
customers and potential
customers are urged to
come in and register for
the giveaway.
Store hours are cus-
tomer friendly ranging
from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m.
Monday through Thurs-
day, and from 10 a.m. to 6
p.m. on Friday and Satur-
day. You can't beat those
hours, and you won't beat
the deals you will discov-
er as you browse. In fact,
all you have to do is shop
around at some of the
other "boutiques" and
compare the styles, qual-
ity, and prices. You'll soon
realize it's not necessary
to spend a ton of money to
keep up with the trendy
set.
Marsha reassures cus-
tomers that the quality
of clothing in the store
is substantially high-
end merchandise. "The
store's standards are my
own," she says, "and I
would never take some-
thing on consignment to
offer to the public that I
' wouldn't use myself."
And with 2,000 square
feet to navigate, you can
shop in comfort. The
premises are well lit and
attractively decorated,
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Sports

SIDELINE

PARA registrations
PARA youth baseball and softball
registrations for children ages three to 14 as of
May 1, will 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 Saturdays.

Gospel projects registration
Registration for tee ball, softball, and
baseball begins Jan. 19 at the Santa Rosa
Christian School from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. for the
upcoming season at Gospel Projects. Saturday
registration at the school is from 9 a.m. to
noon. Leagues cover ages'three and a half to
14. If you would like more information or are
interested in coaching or umpiring contact
Tod Brainard at 623-46.71. Gospel Projects
Youth Athletic Club reserves the right to close
registration in any league prior to the Feb. 14
deadline.

City of Milton registration
The City of Milton youth baseball and
softball registration is underway for boys
and girls ages seven to 14. Register Monday
through Friday from noon to 8 p.m. or
Saturday until February 7 from 10 a.m. to 1
p.m. at the Milton Community Center located
on Byrom St.
Season will begin in mid-March. The fee
is $50 for the first child and $45 for each
additional child: Price includes: jersey, cap and
trophy. Head coach's children play for free.
For more information, contact Linsey
Williamson at 850-983-5466 ext. 208 or
miltonparks@ymail.com.

East Milton signups
East Milton Youth Association is holding
baseball and softball registrations every
Saturday from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. until further
notice at the East Milton Ball Park Board
Room. Ages to play baseball are four to 16,
while softball is eight to 16. Please bring a birth
certificate when you sign up.
For more information call 723-6103 (softball)
and 380-6299 (baseball) or visit their website at
www.eastmiltonyouthsports.com.

East Milton spring soccer
East Milton Youth Association will conduct
its spring soccer registration through Feb. 7
from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m,. at the East Milton Ball
Park Board Room. The league is open for
children ages 4 /2to 17 years of age. For more
information call 983-9705 or visit their website
at www.eastmiltonyouthsports.com.

Coaches needed
East Milton Youth Association is in need
of volunteers to coach soccer, baseball, and
softball. If you are interested in coaching please
call 449-8606.

Vintage tractor display
Step back in time with a vintage tractor
display Feb. 21 starting at 9 a.m. in the parking
lot between the Copper 'Possum Antique Mall
and Reggie's Restaurant. Family oriented and
free. Get an up-close look at vintage farming
equipment from the past as the owners of these
tractors and equipment gather to show off their
machines. For more information call 626-0444.

Scholarships
Happy Hoofer Horse Camp is offering
scholarships for their spring break and summer
horse camps. To be considered, applicants must
submit a hand-written essay about what horses
mean to them and why they want to learn
more about horses. Essays must be received
by March 10 to be considered for the spring
break camp and by May 15 to be considered for
the summer sessions. To learn more about the
requirements and how to submit, please visit
www.happyhooferhorsecarhp.com. There will be
one spring break and five summer scholarships
awarded.

Strokes For Hope at The Moors
The Milton Relay For Life organizers have
scheduled its first annual "Strokes For Hope"
Golf Tournament for Friday, March 6 at The
Moors Golf Course. The entry fee includes
green fees, cart, range balls, beverages, food
tents on the course and golf shirt. Individual
entry fee is $95.00/Team Fee $380.00. Prizes
will be awarded to Men's and Women's Teams.
Proceeds from this golf tournament will be
donated to the American Cancer Society's
Milton Relay For Life. For more information
on the 4-man scramble, 12 pm shotgun start,
contact Shannon Davis at msfiupcola@aol.com
or 748-6120.

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 former Olympic Coach Rob Hermaun
every Thursday at Hobbs Middle School gym
from 7-8:30 p.m. cost is $35.


Jay Pro Rodeo
The Seventh Annual Jay Pro Rodeo will be
April 24 and 25 at 8 p.m. in the Ted May Arena
in Jay, Fla. Sign-ups are to be announced very
soon for this event which helps local group
in the Jay area including the Relay For Life
fundraiser. For more information, contact
Frederick Barrow at 675-1646.


This report represents some
events the Northwest Region of the
FWC handled from Feb. 6 to Feb. 12;
however, it does not include all ac-.
tions taken by the Division of Law
Enforcement.

Escambia County
Officer Keith Clark observed a
commercial fishing vessel towing
another commercial fishing vessel
near the Big Lagoon area of the In-
tracoastal Waterway. Officer Clark
conducted a stop and fisheries in-
spection. A computer check revealed
one of the crew members had three
active warrants for domestic bat-
tery, theft, and a domestic injunction
violation. Officer Clark arrested and
transported the individual to the Es-
cambia County Jail.

Santa Rosa County
Officers Steve Hoomes and David
Jernigan responded to a complaint
regarding the taking of two illegal
deer. The complainant advised the
suspect had killed two antlerless deer
in the Blackwater Wildlife Manage-
ment Area. The suspect was located
and questioned, and a confession was
obtained. The officers seized meat
from the two deer and one carcass.
They also seized the rifle used in tak-
ing the deer. The suspect was later
arrested with a warrant.

Officer Royce Johnson responded
to a complaint of dogs pursuing deer
in Blackwater Wildlife Management
Area. He observed three dogs run-
ning deer and was able to catch two
of the dogs. Officer Johnson located
the owner of the dogs who owns prop-
erty adjacent to the management
area. The man stated that he let the
dogs loose to chase a coyote after one
of his chickens was killed. The man
was issued a notice to appear for al-
lowing dogs to pursue wildlife during
the closed season.

Okaloosa County
Officer Danny Arnette was work-
ing night hunting complaints in the
Laurel Hill area when he observed
a vehicle shining a light. As the ve-
hicle approached, Officer Arnette
observed the vehicle continue to
work the light in a .manner capable
of disclosing the presence of wildlife.
Upon stopping the vehicle, Officer
Arnette discovered a male juvenile
in possession of a .243-caliber Rem-
ington rifle and a spotlight. Officer
Arnette issued the juvenile a citation
for night hunting and seized the rifle


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Local ,


and spotlight.

Officers Pete Rockwell and Steve
Bartlett assisted Eglin Range Pa-
trol with a convicted felon who was
in possession of a firearm at Timber
Lake. A complaint was received that
the subject had exposed himself to a
female. When the subject was inter-
viewed by Officer Rockwell, he stat-
ed his rights had been restored, but
later said he had only applied to have
his rights restored. The subject was
arrested and taken into custody by
Eglin Range Patrol and charged with
possession of a firearm by a convict-
ed felon and indecent exposure.

Walton County
Officer Randall Brooks responded
to an emergency request for assis-
tance from Officer Warren Walsing-
ham in Washington County who was
attempting to arrest a combative
subject who had escaped. Upon ar-
riving, Officer Brooks assisted in se-
curing the scene and helped in the
hunt for the assailant.- The subject
was located'and taken into custody
later that evening.

Bay County
Lieutenants Drew Nelson and
Gary Tolbert and Officer Joe Cham-
bers were working the decoy deer
in central Bay County when a truck
drove by and shined the decoy with
a handheld spotlight. The truck re-
turned and slowed at the decoy again
before speeding away. The truck was
stopped and a freshly killed three-
point buck was discovered in the
back of the truck which the driver
had shot while using the spotlight.
Citations were issued and the deer,.
two scoped rifles and the spotlight
were seized.

Lt. Jay Chesser and Officers Den-
nis Palmer and Mark Clements ob-
served a truck leave the Cat Creek
section of the Econfina Wildlife Man-
agement Area at a high rate of speed.
A traffic stop was conducted and the
driver was found to have a suspended
driver's license. A citation was is-
sued.

Officer Mike Nobles received in-
formation about a vehicle parked in
the Econfina Wildlife Management
Area that was closed to hunting. Of-
ficer Nobles arrived and found tire
and foot sign left by the vehicle and
a hunter. K-9 Officer Mike Guy re-
sponded and ran a 1 mile track end-
ing at a gut pile. With the vehicle's tag
number supplied by the complainant,


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Santa Rosa's Press Gazette I A9


Officer Nobles continued the investi-
gation which led to a confession from
the hunter. Citations and written
warnings were issued for hunting in
a closed area, no management area
permit and no Cat Creek permit.

Officer Joe Chambers was con-
ducting resource inspections at the
Hathaway Bridge and found a fisher
who had an active arrest warrant out
of Walton County. The fisher was ar-
rested and transported to the Bay
County Jail.

Lt. Jay Chesser and Officer Mike
Nobles stopped a truck just before
midnight in the Cat Creek section of
the Econfina Wildlife Management
Area and found the driver to be op-
erating the truck with a suspended
license. The passenger was found to
have an active arrest warrant out of
Calhoun County for failure to appear.
A citation was issued for the driving
offense and the wanted subject was
transported to the Bay County Jail.

Franklin County
Officers Woody Cook, John Allen,
Carmon Brownell, Don Walker, Travis
Huckeba, Charlie Mallow, Ryan Knut-
son and Lt. Charlie Wood conducted a
detail in the Two-Mile area of Apala-
chicola Bay. The detail was directed to
specifically address tagging require-
ment violations for commercially
harvested oysters, hull identification
numbers on vessels and vessel safety
equipment inspections. During the
detail, 39 vessels were boarded with
73 harvesters being inspected. Sev-
enteen misdemeanor citations were
issued for violations pertaining to
untagged bags of oysters, hull iden-
tification numbers and license viola-
tions. One infraction citation was is-
sued for expired vessbelregistration.
Sixty-three written warnings were is-
sued for vessel safety equipment and
various resource violations.

Officers Chasen Yarborough,
Woody Cook and Steven Cook con-
ducted inspections of commercial
oyster harvesters in the areas of Cat
Point and East Hole on Apalachicola
Bay. The officers boarded 23 vessels
and inspected 48 harvesters. Two
misdemeanor citations were issued
for no saltwater products license and
no Apalachicola Bay oyster harvest
permit. Three infraction citations
were issued for expired vessel regis-
tration and insufficiencies in vessel
safety equipment. Twenty-five writ-
ten warnings were issued for various
vessel safety equipment insufficien-
cies.


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SPORTS


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Pace ends its long drought


By BILL GAMBLING
sports@srpressgazette.com

PENSACOLA Amid
the celebration on foreign
soil the Pace Patriots end-
ed what could have been
one of the longest post sea-
son droughts experienced
in Santa Rosa County.
For' only the second
time in school history,
Pace will play beyond the
district tournament after
dispatching Pine Forest
50-42 to win the District 1-
5A title.
"I told the guys in the
locker room before the
game we were allowing
around 43 points a game
when we won," said Pace
coach Carl Pippin. "And I
looked at them and said we
needed to score 50 to win
this thing and sure enough


that is what it took."
Pippin and his players
have evolved as the season
has worn on, but the thing
they have never stopped
being is family.
"There is something
very special about this
group," said Pippin. "There
are times when we might
be at each others throats,
but we have never failed to
rally around one another."
Pace is now preparing
to host Tallahassee Chiles
(10-17) at 7 p.m., which will*
be the first post season
game for the Patriots since
1984 when Pace lost to Ver-
non 59-43 in the Class 2A
Regional.
Ironically Pippin wasn't
even 10 years old at the
time.
But Pace at one point
looked like they would be


preparing for a bus trip to
Tallahassee to play Lin-
coln as the Eagles of Pine
Forest rallied late.
Leading 34-30 at the
start of the third quarter,
Pine Forest pulled to with-
in one at 43-42 with 2:30 re-
maining in the game.
Justin Wright stole
the ball and then gunned
a pass down court to a
streaking Jason Varney
who laid it up and in to put
Pace ahead by three.
Despite many opportu-
nities, Pine Forest would
be held scoreless as the
Patriots improved to 24-4
on the year.
Justin Wright came
up big .on Saturday with
26 points and grabbed 14
rebound in the win while
,Ross Fruge added 10.
But the Patriots almost


came up short in their
quest for a district title, as
they needed two overtimes
to defeat Escambia High
51-45.
In this game the Pa-
triots had many issues as
they trailed for most of the
night while committing
turnovers and being un-
able to control the offen-
sive glass.
The Gators led the
game by two at the end of
the third quarter 34-32, but
the seniors on the Patri-
ots roster were not going
down without a fight.
Jeff Mullahey, who was
battling the flu all night,
and Justin Wright step up
to make it a contest and
keep the Patriots in the
game.
An 11-0 run late in the
third quarter that extend-


BILL GAMBLING I Press Gazette
The Pace Patriots celebrate their first trip beyond the
district tournament in 27 years after they defeated
Pine Forest 50-42 to claim the District 1-5A title
Saturday night at Escambia High School.


ed into the fourth quarter
gave Pace only their sec-
ond lead of the evening
38-34.
Pace remained in the
lead until the final minutes
of regulation when Escam-
bia tied the game in the
final 1:37 to force the first
overtime.
"We played a little too


aggressive on deferise on
Friday," said Pippin. "We
came out an attacked,
which allowed them to run
the baseline and score un-
contested shots several
times."
Wright led Pace with 23
points while Varney and
Fruge added eight points
each.


Milton falls in semis


West Florida takes


series from Delta State


BILL GAMBLING I Press Gazette
The Milton Panthers saw the season come to an end as they lost to
Washington High 52-47 in the. District 1-4A Semi-finals at Pensacola High.


The University of West Florida
baseball team came from behind
to defeat No. 16 Delta State Uni-
veristy 5-4, taking two out of three
games over the Statesmen this
weekend. Offensively, the Argos
battled back and scratched away
at the lead until the bottom of the
eighth when Greg Pron delivered
an RBI double down the right field
line to put the Argos up 5-4.
Three first inning errors by the
Statesmen defense allowed the Ar-
gonauts to jump out on top with an
early 1-0 lead. Delta State answered
right back in the top half of the sec-
ond with two runs of their own. Kel-
len Bozeman tied the gape up at
one with a solo homerun to center
with one out. Next batted David
Mooney doubled down the right
field line before being driven in on
an RBI base hit up the middle from
T.J. Hitt, giving the Statesmen a 2-1
advantage.
In the second for the Argos, short-
stop Brandon Brewer launched his
first homerun of the season over the
right field fence to knot the game up
at two.
Three consecutive singles by
the Statesmen in the top half of the
third gave way to two more runs
and a 4-2 lead over the Argos. Clay
Sartain and Cade Hoggard provided


the run support, adding RBI base
hits up the middle giving the States-
men the lead.
The Argos cut down the lead
to one in the bottom half of the
fifth. With runners on first and
third, Lee Huggins singled up the
middle driving in Pron to pull the
Argos within one.
In the bottom half of the seventh
the Argos evened the score at four.
After the Argos loaded the bases
on a pair of singles and a hit batter,
Eric Kroll drew the one out walk,
forcing in Jack Materne to even up
the score at four.
The Argos -continued offensive
pressure finally paid off in the bot-
tom of the eight as they would take
a 5-4 lead. With on down in the in-
ning, Pron delivered a double down
the right field line, sending home
Brewer for the go-ahead run.
Argonaut's closer Sixto Velasco
came on in the ninth to shut down
the Statesmen, picking up his fourth
save on the season.
John Church picked up his sec-
ond win of the'season, pitching five
innings of relief allowing no runs
while striking out three.
The Argos will remain at home
this week as they take on Florida
Southern on Wednesday night at
6 p.m.


By BILL GAMBLING
sports@srpressgazette.com

PENSACOLA Milton saw their
season come to a close after faltering
in the third quarter of the District 1-
4A tournament at Pensacola High.
Up 25-21 at halftime, the Panthers
looked to be handing themselves and
the Washington Wildcats pretty good
with a chance to return to the post
season for the first time in two years.
But the Wildcats rocked the Pan-
thers and outscored them 18-10 in the
third period, as they would go .on to a
52-47 victory.
Milton try as they might could not
find an answer for Sharif Hudson
who scored at will in the third frame
by pouring in nine of the Wildcats 18
points for the period.
The Panthers made a late charge,
but could not get back into a rhythm.
Jamal Smith led Milton with 21
points while Brandon Allen added 13
and Tye Wallen finished with 10. -
Prior to the match-up in the semi-
final of the district tournament Mil-
ton and Washington has split their


season meetings.

In other tournament action:
West Florida Baptist lost to Ale-
theia Christian 74-66 in the Panhandle
Christian Conference east division
tournament in Robertsdale, Ala.
Aletheia took an 18-5 lead at the end
of the first quarter and extended that
margin to 15 at intermission, 33-18.
West Florida (8-16) tried to come
back in the second half but it was too
little too late as they trimmed the mar-
gin to just 10 points by the end of the
third quarter. I
Ryne Barrow led West Florida
Baptist with 27 points while Reese
Johnson added 15 and Zack Barrow
chipped in 10.
On Friday West Florida defeated
Central Christian 71-56,
At 'halftime Central led 27-26, but
West Florida went-on a 24-9 run to ice
the game and take the lead for good.
Ryne Barrow led the way for West
Florida with 21 points, while Johnson
added 20 for the win.
Zach Barrow would add 10 in the
win.


Argos sweep Nova Southeastern


The Argos picked up their second
win of the season with a 5-1 defeat of
regional opponent Nova Southeast-
ern. Pitcher Jillian Lafrance earned
her second win to improve to 2-0,
while senior Emily Burge, a Pace High
School grad, followed suit to complete
the.sweep, picking up her first victory
in a 4-2 defeat of the Sharks.
Despite being outhit 16 hits to 10, a
solid Argonaut defense backed a pow-
erful offense to push two victories.
"We had two great pitching perfor-
mances," said head coach Tami Cyr.
"It's easy to pitch with no runners on
base, but our pitchers pitched them-
selves out of jams numerous times.
We had outstanding defensive plays,
and clutch pitching and hitting was
key."
The Sharks were first to attack,
crossing the plate in the first inning
for the lead. A leadoff single from No-
emi Luciani was followed by a sacri-
fice bunt to advance the runner. April
Donachie laced the RBI single to push
Nova ahead.
Shortstop Caurie Miller led off the


top of the 4th with a double to set the
tempo. Pinch runner Dawnyele'Sta-
pleton stole second, scoring as Sarah
Garcia delivered a deep RBI single to
tie the game at one.
Lafrance worked her way out of
a jam in the fourth inning, due much
in part to catcher Kathryn Sheppard,
a former Milton Panther, and Miller.
With two outs and runners on the cor-
ners, Sheppard threw down to Miller
on the steal attempt, and Miller fired
it right back to catch the runner at-
tempting to score for the third out.
Sheppard led off the 5 with a
single up the middle, but was thrown
out at second as Danielle Eloschuk
reached on a fielder's choice. With
the go-ahead run on second, an Argo
groundout put two outs on the score-
board for Melissa Chastang who drew
a walk. Miller delivered her second
consecutive hit with a single through
the right side to .load the bases for
Shannon Miles. Parrish answered the
call with a grand slam over the right
centerfield fence that would clinch the
win for the Argos.


Milton High School athletes tie for 27th at girls state weightlifting meet


By BILL GAMBLING
sports@srpressgazette.com
Milton High School fin-
ished tied for 27th place at
the state girls weightlifting
meet on the performance
of Sara Roberts.
Roberts, who tied for
fourth place in the 183
pound class, scored the


only points between Pace
and Milton at the State
Championships.
Affter posting a best lift
in the bench press of 165
pounds, Roberts was able
to move us the standings
as she posted a best of 155
in the clean and jerk disci-
pline.
Roberts tied with De-


Land's Kaylyn Freebor-
ough, but was awarded
fifth place points due to a
tiebreaker.
Freeborough checked
in at the official weigh-in
at 177 pounds, while Rob-
erts was just four-tenths of
a pound heavier.
Pace's Ariel Henry
posted the best finish for


the Lady Pats at the meet
tying for ninth place with
River Ridge's Jessica Diaz
with a total of 220 pounds
Diaz also won the tie-
breaker by two pounds.
After the bench press
portion Diaz was tied for
second overall and 20
pounds ahead of Henry,
but she made up the differ-


ence in the clean and jerk.
Other finishers at the
meet were Jade Horning
at 129 pounds. Horning fin-
ished in a tie for 141" with
a combined total of 270
pounds.
Chelsie Miley tied
for 11th at 139 pounds af-
ter posting a total of 285
pounds, while Brittany


Wooten tied for 15th in the
unlimited class with a
combined total of 325.
Pace's Kailee Hattaway
seemed to be in conten-
tion at 199 pounds, but was
unable to complete a suc-
cessful lift in the clean and
jerk. She did post a weight
of 125 pounds in the bench
press.












LIFESTYLE


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Section


Wednesday, February 18, 2009 w w w. srpressgazette. c o m Page 1


A piece of art by Kelsey Kepersak.


A piece of art by Eliza Bolden.


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A piece of art by Kimmy Hudon.


Above and below, seniors studying art in th
Santa Rosa School District entered the Seni<
Art Show.


S Senior artist to

take flight at the
Dragonfly Gallery
Starting today the Dragonfly
Gallery will feature some of the
top high school seniors from
across Santa Rosa County.
The showcase will feature
art work from what was judged
as the top 10 from across Santa
Rosa County and will be on
display until Feb. 26.
On Feb. 26, the Santa Rosa
Arts and Culture Foundation
will present medallions and
awards to the students for their
accomplishments at a reception
from 5-7 p.m. at the gallery, 5188
Escambia St.
"For a lot of these seniors,
it is a once-in-a-lifetime
opportunity to be featured in a
gallery like this," said Katherine
Tracy, an art teacher at Pace
High School. "It is nice to have
a venue like this in Santa Rosa
County that will work and
feature these senior art students
and their work."
Tracy said 80 to 100 seniors
entered pieces across Santa
Rosa County, and the top 25
were awarded blue ribbons. Of
the top 25 pieces, only 10 were
selected to be displayed in the
Dragonfly Gallery.
The top 10 students are
Jay's Kyle Coleman and Kimmy
e Hudson; Navarre's Kaitlyn
or Bollhoefer and Kylie Millward;


Pace's Victoria Chon, Michell
Koehlmoos and John McPhapl;
and Gulf Breeze's Morgan
Arnett, Hailey Jarrett and John
Naybor.
Tracy said she understands:
the budget constraints, but she
also hopes the public will turn
out to view these works to see
what students are learning.
"I hope the public will come
out and see the outstanding
work of these students," Tracy
said. "I don't think people realize
the talent and skill some of these
young people have.
"If we lose funding, then
some of the art lessons they get
early on-in school will be gone,
and there will be no basis for
their knowledge."
Tracy also stressed how
research has proven that
studying art improves critical
thinking skills as well as
creativity.
Some of the works shows
what students did as part of a
homework assignment.
"When I see what a little
talking and explanation of what
we are doing and a shove with
these kids can do, it blows me
away," Tracy said. "The key for
all of these young people is that
it is so neat to have this venue to
display their work."
The Dragonfly Gallery is a
mission of the Santa Rosa Arts
and Culture Foundation and
features work of local artists.
Gallery hours are 10 a.m.
until 4 p.m. Tuesday through
Saturday.


A piece of art by Morgan Arnett.


A piece of art by Tanner Getzug.


A photography piece by Hunter
Bondurant earned a blue ribbon.


A piece of art by Morgan Sevett.






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Santa Rosa Medical Center BIRTHS


News BRIEFS


Amanda Roberts, a
daughter, Tiare Nevae
Roberts, born Saturday,
January 24, 2009.
Amber & Nicholas How-
ell, a daughter, Isabella
Grace Howell, born Tues-
day, January 27, 2009.
Jessica Blount & Mat-
thew Sutton, a daughter,
Ashlyn Dee Sutton, born
Thursday, January 29,
2009.
Terra & Daniel Madden,
a daughter, Tiffany Marie
Madden, born Thursday,
January 29, 2009..
Regan & Daniel Seifert,
a daughter, Nora Faith
Seifert, born Friday, Janu-
ary 30, 2009.
Amber L. Caldwell, a
daughter, Izabella De-
sirea Caldwell, born Sat-
urday, January 31, 2009. "
Kristen L. Davis & Wil-
liam J.C. Barnes, a son,


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Evan Tyler Barnes, born
Sunday, February 1, 2009.
Jena R. & William D.
Polk, a daughter, Aubree
Grayce Polk, born Mon-
day, February 2, 2009.
Catherine I. & Chris-
topher M. Fortunato, a
daughter, Amelia Marga-
ret Fortunato, born Mon-
day, February 2, 2009.
Amy D. & Jason D.
Turner, a daughter, Mae-
gan Leah Turner, born
Tuesday, February 3, 2009.
Amber L. & Travis R.
Henninger, a daughter,
Makayla Nicole Hen-
ninger, born Wednesday,
February 4, 2009.
Kimberly A. & David E.
Schaffer, a son, Elisha Ray
Schaffer, born Thursday,
February 5, 2009.
Julie A. & Stephen A.
Pittman, a son, Payton Al-
lan Wilson, born Saturday,


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Sheila A. & John C.
Harris, a daughter, Kara
Joy Harris, born Monday,
February 9, 2009.
Amanda M. Sorrell &
Kenneth D. Davies, Jr., a
son, Collin Bryant Davies,
born Wednesday, February
11, 2009.
LaSonya & Curtis Wil-
liams, a daughter, Jala
Kelis Williams, born
Wednesday, February -11,
209.
Shannon Abbott & Roy
Brasiel, a son, Nathan
Roy Brasiel, born Thurs-
day, February 12, 2009.
Marjorie & Don Howe, a
daughter, Alicia Chandra
Howe, born Friday, Febru-
ary 13, 2009.
Marjorie & Don Howe,
a daughter, Olivia Julia
Howe, born Friday, Febru-
ary 13, 2009.


Rotary to hold
Gumbo Cook-Off
Test your taste buds and
raise money for scholarships
at the fourth annual Gulf
Breeze Rotary Gumbo Cook-
Off from 10 to 4 on Saturday,
February 28h at Shoreline
Park in Gulf Breeze. Gum-
bo teams will vie for prizes
awarded by Celebrity Judg-
es and the $10 ticket for all
you can eat gumbo will help
fund college scholarships.
This family event includes
music, entertainment and a
silent auction and children
under 8 are free!
Call 292-7432 to sign up
your team, purchase tickets
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secrets and magical short-
cuts of professional piano
players.
Prerequisites: If stu-
dents don't know treble
clef, they can send a SASE
for free pamphlet to Music
Masters, 90 Molly Lane,
Ringgold, GA 30736. Then
they can enroll with confi-
dence. To register, call 850-
484-1797.

City of Milton
meetings
Milton Benevolent
Cemetery Board will meet
Monday, Feb. 23 at 2 p.m. in
Conference Room B of City
Hall.
Milton's Ordinance
Review Committee will
meet Wednesday, Feb. 25
at 8:30 a.m. in Conference
Room B at Milton City
Hall.
Milton City Hall is lo-
cated at 6738 Dixon Street,
Milton. All meetings are
open to the public. For
more information, please
call 983-5411.

Men's Auxiliary
"Steak Nite"
The Men's Auxiliary
will be hosting a steak
dinner with potato, baked
beans, salad and dessert
on February 21, 2009 from
5-7 p.m. If you enjoyed the
VFW Surf and Turf Nite,
I know you will also enjoy
the Steak Nite. Come out
and support the boys You
won't regret it. If you need
directions, please call the
Post at 623-4833.

Blue Morning Gallery
displays "Love"
February is traditional-
ly the month for love. Blue
Morning Gallery invites
you to experience and ex-
plore the ways 4 gallery
artists view this romantic
notion of "Love," on Fri-
day, February 20th, from
5 to 8 p.m. Meet and greet
the featured artists...Mark
Schmitt (Tile), Meghan
McMillan (Jewelry), Sara
Mason (Pottery) and Jim
Sweida (Photography).
Guest musical artist:
Jonathan Ziegler on the-
piano. Refreshments will
be served. Open and free
to the public. Blue Moun-
tain Gallery is located at
112 Palafox Place, in Pen-
sacola.

School Advisory
Council meeting
W. H. Rhodes Elementa-
ry School Advisory Council
will meet Thursday, Feb. 19
at 12:45 p.m. in the Confer-
ence Room (office area).
All interested persons are
invited to attend.

Artist to hold oil
painting classes
The Dragonfly Gallery
will be the site of Beginning
Oil Painting Classes start-
ing on Wednesday, Febru-
ary 25th from 9:00 till 2:00.
Local artist, Jean Norris,
will be conducting classes


on the second and fourth
Wednesday of each month.
Cost will be $20.00 for each
class. A list of items need-
ed is available upon reg-
ister. Class size is limited;
therefore, advanced regis-
tration and prepayment of
fees are required. You may
register by calling the Gal-
lery, 981-1100. The Dragon-
fly Gallery located at 5188
Escambia Street in historic
downtown Milton, is a mis-
sion of the Santa Rosa Art
and Culture Foundation. It
is a juried gallery of local
artists. Gallery hours are
Tuesday through Saturday
from 10:00 a.m. until 4:00
p.m. For more informa-
tion contact the SRACF at
www.SantaRosaArts.org.

Reservations for
Beach Pavilions now
available
Pavilions on Navarre
Beach, including those lo-
cated in the old state park
and near the fishing pier,
can now be reserved by the
public. The nine gulf side
and six sound side pavil-
ions can be reserved for the
day by calling Santa Rosa
County Navarre Beach De-
partment at (850) 936-6110,
Monday thru Friday. 7:30
a.m. to 4 p.m. Reservations
and fees must be received
at least seven days prior to
the scheduled event.
Rental fees range from
$26.63 to $53.25 depending
on the pavilion, for use of
the pavilion from sunrise
to sunset. Electricity is not
available. The pavilion will
not be reserved until the
reservation fee has been
received. Pavilions not re-
served will continue to be
available on a first come,
first served basis.

Pace to hold
1989 Class Reunion
The Class Reunion
committee is looking
for classmates from the
PHS Class of 1989. Please
contact Heather Nettles
Cassida at hcassida@bell-
south.net or 850-232-5340,
or Ben Nelson at benja-
min.nelson06@comcast.
net or 615-631-0498.

Pace Relay for Life
to host banquet
The' Pace Relay for
Life will host a Survivor
Banquet on Saturday,
February 21 at the Pace
Masonic Lodge located
at 5158 East Spencerfield
Road at 6 p.m. This night
will honor all cancer sur-
vivors and their caregiv-
ers. We will have door
prizes and a wonderful
dinner with fellowship. If
you are a cancer survivor
and would like to attend
please RSVP Vanessa
Brandt at the American
Cancer Society Office at
475-0850.

Spaghetti Lunch
to be held at church
New Testament Church
on Glover Lane next to
Hobbs will be hosting a
Spaghetti Lunch Saturday,
February 21, 2009 from 11
a.m. to 2 p.m. $5 for adults.
$3 for children (10 and un-
der). Lunch will include
spaghetti, green beans,
roll, cake and a drink.


Ronald McDonald House holds 'Kaps for Kids'


The Ronald McDonald
House of Northwest
Florida and Deaf and
Hard of Hearing Services
invite you to bring
"Kaps for Kids" to your
organization. More than
500 local businesses
participate annually in
the Kaps for Kids
casual day at work,
wearing Ronald
McDonald House t-shirts
and caps decorated
with children's artwork
from our community.
Join Ronald McDonald
House for a free breakfast
or lunch provided by
Bagels del Sol to learn
how your company can
participate in the 2009


Kaps for Kids campaign.
Product samples will be on
display and informational
packets will be given to
all who attend.
Breakfast : Feb. 25,
7:30am at Ronald McDon-
ald House
Lunch: Feb. 26,
11:30am at Ronald Mc-
Donald House
Please.,RSVP to Ron-
ald McDonald House by
Feb, 20.
To learn more about
how your .organization
can participate in the
Kaps for Kids casual day,
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Santa Rosa's Press Gazette I B3


East Milton Elementary School HONOR ROLL


The following students worked
hard this Second 9 Week Grade
period and earned their status
on the Honor Rolls. Congratula-
tions!

'A' HONOR ROLL
Third grade
Natalie Holbrook, Bailey Phil-
lips, Kimberly Rogers, Kylie
Zamary, Chase Sivley, Emily Rich-
ards, Rylee Porter, Kayla Cash,
and Isabelle Perrone.
Fourth Grade
Saiph Barton, Phillip Green,
William Hawkins, Danielle Dixon,
Tyler Shaw, Ashley Wilson, Robert
Taylor, Logan Matthews, Mea-


gan Mathews, Mackenzie Porter,
Trisha Patel, David Blodgett, and
Kaitlyn Holder.
Fifth grade
Corey Jones, Jessica Ruth-
erford, Amanda Thrasher, Amy
ulmer, Brady White, Andrew
Clevenger, Ally Perez, Sarah Clif-
ton, David Singleton, Steven Wal-
lis, Jamie Hobbs, Michael Feick,
Derek Morgan, and Connor Sollie,
Stephanie Byrd, Adrion Lewis,
Alyssa Lowery, Logan Bever,
Wendy Raybon, Meagen Williams.
'A/B' honor roll
Third grade
Alexis Bryant, Michayla Gal-
loway, Meghan Gomillion, Shelby


Henderson, Amber Rolin, Makay-
la Caraway, Heather Hinkle, Kylee
Houk, Jakob Kasper, Troy New-
ton, Tori Parker, Branden Goebel,
Lacey Holmes, Zachary Stokes,
Victoria Turner, Cayla McCoy,
Jocori Johnson, Charles Barnes,,
Hayley Beckjorden, Jeffrey .Bel-
ton, Tapanga Lawrence,*Savanna
McGowin, Jack Orren, Cameron
Shelton, McKenzie Stevenson,
Kyndal Vise, Patrick Kiley, Kay-
lee Snyder, Dakota Carter, Jes-
sica Slaton, Amber Cummings,
Melissa Cronce, Kristian Goebel,
Bjean Baker,, McKenzie Murphy,
and Christa Sievers.
Fourth grade
Kiersten Barnette, Makayla


Beckjorden, Jacob Guillory, Sa-
rina Sloane, Joie Brewer, Kait-
lyn DeJaynes, Kari Green, Trae
Osieczanek, Jade Petitt, Anna
Powell, Molli Tank, Dalton Bus-
bee, Reagan Melvin, Emma
Stokes, Kendall Blackmon,
Sheri Boudreaux, Tyne Gilley,
Anthony Grubbs, Haley Hart,
Ethan Besmer, Andre Jones,
Jacob Coleman, Alyssa Belton,
Kailyn Davidson, Sara Gibson,
Rebecca Nowling, Travis Stan-
wood, and Gaven Wallace.
Fifth grade
Madison Gandy, Kyle Mc-
Cauley, Rebecca Smith, Shy-
ann Wood, Sara Hillis, Angel
Ramos, Chase Burney, Brit-


tany Catalfu, Tadrian Rushing,
Kayla Sweeney, Katelin Mills,
Timothy Chavez, Logan Durnil,
Emily Hooks, Dalton Jernigan,
Boyce McQuade, Ayanna Smith,
Emily Wallace, Somer Bennett,
L.J. Blount, Donnie Dennis,
Brandon Fryar, Nathan Head-
dy, Lauren Jones, Brianna St.
Sauver, Neftali Arauz, Timothy
Harris, Dekota Hunt, Brian Lo-
pez, Megan Peters, Brett Simp-
son, Sarah Turner, Emma West,
Dakota Berry, Haley Comer,
Kailyn Edmonson, Christian
Feliberty, Matthew Gainus,
Hannah Green, Peighton Little,
Carrie McHan, Justin Nowling,
Bradley Perez, Edward Jr. Ra-
mos


S.S. Dixon Intermediate School HONOR ROLL


Special to the Press Gazette

The following students
of S.S. Dixon Intermedi-
ate School worked hard
this grade period and
achieved Honor Roll Sta-
tus for the 2nd Nine Weeks
of the 2008-09 school year.
Congratulations!

THIRD GRADE
'A' honor roll
Alexa Lacoste, Isabel
Carden, A. J. Rabinowitz,
Cody Reese, Noelle Rich-
ardson, Nicole Tislow,
Alexis Van Norman, Kaley
Vandergriff, Nic Wilson,
Brieana Cassidy, Haley
Cobb, Jacob Etheridge,
Lauren Hackett, Taylor
Heim, Rachel Hilliard,
Madeline Murray, Todd
Price, Jason Shank, Anna-
Grace Smith, Bailyn Webb,
Macayla Bass, Michael
Ennis, Bryna Henderson,
Taylor Labertew, Makayla
Riley, Anna Whitfield, Ja-
cob Hensley, Catherine
Lambert, Natalie Leanza,
Sebrina Mabire, Tristan
Pace, Alessandra Ot-
tley, Noah Needles, Macy


Knorr, Ethan Brosnaham,
Caleb Bryant, Dalton
Childs, Andrew Cornelius,
Briana Riley, Savannah
Whalen, Tristan Johnson,
Victoria Kimball, Evan Os-
burn, Chase Gimlin, Madi-
.son Carter, Jack Whalen,
Collin Scott, Lauren Sar-
tin, Katherine Thomas,
Taylor Walker, Mark Far-
row, Zachary Howell, Han-
nah Jordan, Alyssa LeMay,
Gatlin Lowe, Benjamin
Quarles, Anya Rieck, Pe-
ter Russo, Matthew Spata,
Seanna Bonifay, Caitlyn
Davis, Michelle Lee, River,
Cody, Sam Faulkner, Gus
Neal, and Bennett Shell.
'A/B' honor roll
Nathaniel Boltz, Wil-
liam Franklin, Zachary
Haines, Janey Magnusen,
Jordan McGee, Morgan
Pendygraft, Najee Robin-
son, Keith Thomas, Ross
Thurman, Tommy Worrell,
Joshua Zajac, Marleigh
Cobb, Madison Dillard,
Israel Ham, Roselynn
Mack, Will Stewart, Alexa
Bibza, Jacob Cason, An-
drew Dunn, Nick Hebert,
Zachary Stanford, Kai-
tlynn Campbell, Tucker


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IN THE CIRCUIT
COURT OF THE
FIRST JUDICIAL CIR-
CUIT IN AND FOR
SANTA ROSA
COUNTY, FLORIDA
JUVENILE DIVISION
CASE NUMBER
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K. H. DOB:
02/11/2006
B. H. DOB:
05/11/2007
MINOR CHILDREN
TO: Heather Gardner
Mother of: K. H. and B.
H., minor children
YOU ARE HEREBY NO-
TIFIED that a Petition
.under oath has been
filed in the above styled
Court for the termina-
tion of parental rights of
K. H.., a male child,
born in Grant County,
Kansas; and B. H., a
male child, born in
Clark County, Nevada,
by the Department of
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quent adoption, and
you are hereby com-
manded ,to be and ap-
pear before the Honor-
able Marci L. Good-
man, Judge of the Cir-
cuit Court in and for
Santa Rosa County,
Florida, at the Santa
Rosa County Court-
house, 6865 Caroline
Street; Milton, FL
32570, on the 23rd day
of April, 2009 at 9:00
a.m. You must either
appear on the date and
at the time specified or
send a written re-
sponse to the Court
prior to that time.
YOUR FAILURE TO AP-
PEAR OR RESPOND
SHALL BE' TREATED
AS A. CONSENT TO
TERMINATION OF PA-
RENTAL RIGHTS AND
YOU SHALL PERMA-
NENTLY LOSE ALL LE-
GAL RIGHTS AS A
PARENT TO THE
CHILD NAMED IN THE
PETITION FOR TERMI-
NATION OF PAREN-
TAL RIGHTS.
WITNESS my hand as
the Clerk of said Court
and the Seal thereof,
this 23 day of January,
2009.
CLERK OF COURT
SANTA ROSA
COUNTY, FLORIDA
CIRCUIT COURT
SEAL
By: Charlyn Gould
Deputy Clerk
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SALVAGING OF
NORTH WEST FLOR-
IDA HAS UP FOR
PUBLIC AUCTION
THE FOLLOWING
VESSELS AND VEHI-
CLES THAT WAS RE-
COVERED, WHICH
REMAINS UN-
CLAIMED, OR FOR
WHICH RECOVERY,
TOWING OR STOR-
AGE REMAIN UN-
PAID.
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Year/Model/VIN: 1983
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Year/Model/VIN: 1995
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PUBLIC NOTICE
SANTA ROSA BAY
BRIDGE AUTHORITY
The Santa Rosa Bay
Bridge Authority will
conduct its regular
monthly meeting
Wednesday February
25, 2009 in the Florida
Department of Trans-
portation (FDOT) Con-
ference Room C, at
5:30 p.m.. located at
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STATE OF FLORIDA
DEPARTMENT OF EN-
VIRONMENTAL PRO-
TECTION
NOTICE OF APPLICA-
TION
The Department an-
nounces receipt of an
application for a permit
from Santa Rosa
County BOCC, File No.
57-292793-001-DF, to
impact jurisdictional
wetlands associated
with the expansion and
enhancement of the
adjoining roadways, lo-
cated on Woodbine
Road, Quintette Road,
Chumuckla Hwy, and
Berryhill Road in Santa
Rosa County. The pro-
posed project is lo-
cated at Section 31,


Township 02-North,
Range 29-West, Longi-
tude 87 10' 36" West,
Latitude 300 38' 36"
North, in Santa Rosa
County.
This application is be-
ing processed and is
available for public in-
spection during normal
business hours, 8:00
a.m. to 5:00 p.m., Mon-
day through Friday, ex-
cept legal holidays, at
the Northwest District
office at 160 Govern-
mental Center, Pensa-
cola, Florida 32501.
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IN THE CIRCUIT
COURT FOR SANTA
ROSA COUNTY,
FLORIDA PROBATE
DIVISION
File No.:
57-2009-CP-33
Division:
IN RE: ESTATE OF
GUILES M. HENDER-
SON

Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDI-
TORS
The administration of
the estate of Guiles M.
Henderson, deceased,
whose date of death
was February 7, 2008,
is pending in the Circuit
Court for Santa Rosa
County, Florida, Pro-
bate Division, the ad-
dress of which is Mary
Johnson, Attn: Probate,
P.O. Box 472, Milton,
Florida 32572. The
names and addresses
of the personal repre-
sentative and the per-
sonal representative's
attorney are set forth
below.
All creditors of the de-
cedent and other per-


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sons having claims or Representative:
demands against /s/ Steven E. Quinnell
decedent's estate on STEVEN E. QUINNELL
whom a copy of this Attorney
notice is required to be Florida Bar No. 586595
served must file their Chase, Quinnell &
claims with this court Jackson, PA.
WITHIN THE LATER 101 E. Government St.
OF 3 MONTHS AFTER Pensacola, Florida
THE TIME OF THE 32502
FIRST PUBLICATION Telephone: (850)
OF THIS NOTICE OR 434-3601
30 DAYS AFTER THE
DATE OF SERVICE OF Personal Representa-
A COPY OF THIS NO- tive:
TICE ON THEM. Carmen H. Brewer
All other creditors of 6464 Cedar St.
the decedent and other Milton, Florida 32570
persons having claims
or demands against 021809
decedent's estate must 022509
file their claims with this 2/226
court WITHIN 3
MONTHS AFTER THE
DATE OF THE FIRST
PUBLICATION OF Legal 2/227
THIS NOTICE.
ALL CLAIMS NOT SO IN THE CIRCUIT
FILED WILL BE FOR- COURT FOR SANTA
EVER BARRED. ROSA COUNTY,
NOTWITHSTANDING FLORIDA PROBATE
THE TIME PERIOD DIVISION
SET FORTH ABOVE, File No.:
ANY CLAIM FILED 57-2009-CP-31
TWO (2) YEARS OR Division:
MORE AFTER THE
DECEDENT'S DATE OF IN RE: ESTATE OF
DEATH IS BARRED.
The date of first publi- THELMA R. HENDER-
cation of this notice is SON
February 18, 2009.
Deceased.
Attorney for Personal NOTI
NOTICE TO CREDI-


TORS
The administration of
the estate of Thelma R.
Henderson, deceased,
whose date of death
was February 7, 2008,
is pending in the Circuit
Court for Santa Rosa
county, Florida, Pro-
bate Division, the ad-
dress of which is Mary
Johnson, Attn: P.O.
Box 472, Milton, Florida
32572. The names and
addresses of the per-
sonal representative
and the personal
representative's attor-
ney are set forth below.
All creditors of the de-
cedent and other per-
sons having claims or
demands against
decedent's estate on
whom a copy of this
notice is required to be
served must file their
claims with this court
WITHIN THE LATER
OF 3 MONTHS AFTER
THE TIME OF THE
FIRST PUBLICATION
OF THIS NOTICE OR
30 DAYS AFTER THE
DATE OF SERVICE OF
A COPY OF THIS NO-
TICE ON THEM.
All other creditors of
the decedent and other
persons having claims
or demands against
decedent's estate must
file their claims with this


court WITHIN 3
MONTHS AFTER THE
DATE OF THE FIRST
PUBLICATION OF
THIS NOTICE.
ALL CLAIMS NOT SO
FILED WILL BE FOR-
EVER BARRED.
NOTWITHSTANDING
THE TIME PERIOD
SET FORTH ABOVE.
ANY CLAIM FILED
TWO (2) YEARS OR
MORE AFTER THE
DECEDENT'S DATE OF
DEATH IS BARRED.
The date of first publi-
cation of this Notice is
February 18, 2009.
Attorney for Personal
Representative:
/s/ Steven E. Quinnell
STEVEN E. QUINNELL
Attorney
Florida Bar No. 586595
Chase, Quinnell &
Jackson, RA.
101 E. Government St.
Pensacola, Florida
32502
Telephone: (850)
434-3601
Personal Representa-
tive:
Carmen H. Brewer
6464 Cedar St.
Milton, Florida 32570
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cedent and other per- 1:00PM on 3-23-09 at
Legal 2/228 sons having claims or 104 E. 9 Mile Rd., Pen-
demands against sacola, FL 32534:
IN THE CIRCUIT decedent's estate on 1994 Ford VIN:
COURT FOR SANTA whom a copy of this 1FTCR10A9RUB00864
ROSA COUNTY, notice-is required to be Vehicle may be in-
FLORIDA PROBATE served must file their spected 1 week prior,
DIVISION claims with this court at lienor facility, 6023
File No.: WITHIN THE LATER Dogwood Drive, Milton,
57-2009-CP-35 OF 3 MONTHS AFTER FL 32570.
Division: THE TIME OF THE
FIRST PUBLICATION 021809
IN RE: ESTATE OF OF THIS NOTICE OR 021809
30 DAYS AFTER THE 2/243
ELIZABETH ANN DATE OF SERVICE OF Legal2/244
HURD, A COPY OF THIS NO- L
A/K/A ELIZABETH A. TWICE ON THEM.
HURD All other creditors of Notice of Public Sale
Dcae the decedent and other Pursuant to ch
Deceased. persons' having claims 713.585(6) 85.09 f.s.,
NOTICE TO CREDI- or. demands against Donna Caiazzo, as au-
NOTICE TOORS decedent's estate must thorized Title Speialst
Th station of file their claims with this d Tutol &Tck
The administration of urt WITHIN 3 for G & J Auto & Truck
the estate of Elizabeth MONTHS AFTER THE Repair, Inc. wi sell the
Ann Hurd, A/K/A Eliza- DATE OF THE FIRST followbidders subjecng to theo a highest
beth A. Hurd de- PUBLICATION OF bidders subject to any
ceased, whose date of THPUBIC NTICE.ON OFliens; net proceeds de-
death was December ALL CLAIMS NOT SO posited w/clerk of court
26, 2008, is pending in FILED WILL BE FOR- ienholders righ 713585; owner-
the Circuit Court for EVER BARRED. s/lienholders right to a
Santa Rosa County, NOTWITHSTANDING hearing prior to sale
Florida, Probate Divi- THE TIME PERIOD date per 71.3.585(6)
sion, the address of SET FORTH ABOVE, 85.09 f.s.; to post bond
which is Mary Johnson, ANY CLAIM FILED per 559.917 .s.; owner
Attn: Probate, RO. Box TWO (2) YEARS OR may redeem vehicle for
472, Milton, Florida MORE AFTER THE cash su of lren; al
32572. The names and DECEDENT'S DATE OF sinales eld w/reerve @
addresses of the per- DEATH IS BARRED. inspect wk prior @
sonal representative The date of first publi- lienor facility; cash
and the personal cation of this notice is only; anyone interested
representative's attor- February 1 8 call 850.665.2595 or
ney are set forth below. 18, 2009. 292.2911; Sale date
All creditors of the de- Attorney for Personal 3-09-09 @ pm @104
Representative: E. 9 Mile Rd., Pensa-
Representative: cola, FL 32534:
/s/StevenE. Quinnell 1) 1999 Mercury VIN:
Check n e STEVEN E. QUINNELL 1ZWHT61LXX5762537
or No. 586595 lien amt. $2,637.76 for
S, r Bar No 586595 labor/services and stor-
S JackEson, n PA. age charges.
, stVW O SJc'ALienor: G & J Auto &
.. ..RQS 101 E. Government St. Ur: G&Jauto &
Pensacola, Florida Truck Repair, Inc.,
ssgazette.com 32502 6013 Dogwood Dr., Mil-
Telephone: (850) ton, FL 32570, ph
434-361 850.623.9517.


Personal Representa-
tive:
Donald W. Hurd, Jr.
5114 Natties Ct.
Gulf Breeze, Florida
32563
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Pursuant to Subsection
5 of FL Statute 713.78,
Donna Caiazzo, as au-
thorized Title Specialist
for Kell Recovery, of
Santa Rosa County, will
sell to the highest bid-
der for cash in hand,
subject to any liens and
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rent. 6587 A Lee
Street 623-4811 /
418-2926
Milton
1/BR furnished parti-
tial util paid No dogs.
Has laundryroom, in
ground swimming
pool, in walking dis-
tance to stores,
restaurants, etc. $600
(1/2 off with coupon)
plus $350 deposit
Emerald Sands
712-9968


PRIVATE PARTY RATE

1st Week: $4 for up to 6 lines

2nd Week: $4 for up to 6 lines


3rd Week:


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COMMERCIAL RATE

1st Week: $11 for up to 6 lines

2nd Week: $9 for up to 6 lines

3rd Week: $8 for up to 6 lines

4th Week: $8 for up to 6 lines

Each additional line = $2/line/insertion



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$5 per insertion for up to 4 lines

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NEW CLASSIFIED RATES

EFFECTIVE JANUARY 1, 2009'


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



.EXPERIENCED
SEAMSTRESS
For manufacturing
plant (industrial sewing
machine operators) Ap-
ply at: Coastal Bedd-
ing, 3501 North
Alcaniz, Pensacola, FL
32591 434-0000
Driver Trainees
NEEDED NOW!
Drivers being hired and
trained locally for Wer-
ner Enterprises.
No exp. needed.
1-866-280-5309
Milton Company now
hiring for phone sales.
Hourly rate plus com-
mission. Excellent op-
portunity. Non-smoking
environment. 698-5951
MYSTERY SHOPPERS
Earn up to $150.00 a
day. Under cover shop-
pers needed to judge
retail and dining estab-
lishments. Experience
not required., please
call 1-877-679-6772


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Wednesday, February 1 8, 2009 Sante Rosa's Press Gazette I B7


Milton
2/BR 1/BA $575/mth
$250. dep.1/BR $525/
mth, $250 dep. incl.
water & trash pick up.
No pets. Call 983-2969

Milton
Emerald Sands
2/BR 1/BA, Walking
distance to milton
No Dogs $550 ( 1/2
off with coupon) plus
$350 deposit
712-9968

Milton
Off Avalon Blvd.
2/BR 1/BA, cathedral
ceilings, Lge kitchen,
laundry room. No
Dogs $600 (1/2 off
with coupon) plus
$350 dep 712-9968

Milton
Off Avalon Blvd.
2/BR 2/BA with laun-
dryroom. Up stairs
with balcony. Water
included. No dogs.
$650 (1/2 off with
coupon) plus $350
deposit. 712-9968

NEW AND MODERN
Duplex. 2/2, 1 car gar-
age. (Near Whiting
Field) $595 month, $595
sec. dep. Call Don
Cumbie Realty
626-8959 or 377-6787
Pace
All utilities. 2 bed /
1 1/2, bath. Split level.
Washer/dryer hook-
ups. 994-8155 or
324-3826
WATERFRONT APT.
2 bedrooms with whirl-
pool bath, built in BBQ
pit and so. & so forth.
626-8973




*3/2 Home
5145 Trenton Dr.
in Pace $850.
*4/2 Home 6027
Meursalt Rd. in Milton
$1200.
*3/1 Home 4641 Geri
St. in Milton.$800.
*3/2 Home 6710 Ce-
dar Ridge Cir. in Mil-
ton $950.
*3/2 Home 5476 Oak
Meadows in Milton
$1150.
*4/3 Mobile Home
9573 S Trace Rd. in
East Milton $900.
*3/2 Mobile Home
6447. Stanley Cir. in
Milton $650.
*2/1 Home 6737 Ven-
tura Blvd in Milton'
$400.
Santa Rosa Realty
623-0077

3 bed/2 bath on large
lot. Behind 2 lakes.
Many extras. Dicount
for senior, military &
HUD. 626-8973
Avalon Blvd. Area
Great location, great
neighborhood. 3/2,
laundry room. Brick
home approx. 1500
sq.ft. 2-car garage, pri-
vacy fence. $845/mth
$845/dep. 983-2118


E. Milton Old Bagdad Highway MILTON SENIORS FREE
Quiet, country home. 2 bedroom, 1 bath 2 BR/1 B Renovated 1960 trailer. You remove
3/2, large porches. 14 X 60. $450 month City Conveniences from property. Good for
$695. mnth., $695. dep. 944-3156 or 393-9758 For Sale 623-5122 stripping. 686-5332
No pets. 207-3994 /
564-0323 Older model, 2 bed- 0LAKE FRONT
Milton room, 1 bath. Hwy. 87 /2, family00 X 175" room,
3/1-Electric, carpet, N., near Milton. $350 3/2tam bonus room,
fenced, large workshop per month, $200 de- Navarre CH & A fireplace,
$725 mo/ $725 dep. posit. Don Cumbie Re- Navarre CH & A, fireplace,
6241 Glenwood Dr. alty 626-8959 or Waterfront front deck, covered
850-291-0385 377-6787back porch, 2 car
850-291-0385 377-6787 2 story, 4 br, 21/2 be, steel carport, yard
Milton 2150sf home on large shed. Fenced back
Mil3/BR 2/BA to New Pace natural lot. 9' ceilings, yard anddock.
3/BR2/Bpliances & heat 2 bedroom, 1 bath separate living & dining $72K with $2K carpet
appli CH&A Great lo mobile home with fenced rooms, eat-in kitchen, allowance
pumpc CH&A Great lo- yard. $425 month, $400 Lg. whirlpool tub and 8028 Twin Lake Dr.
$00/mth $500/deposit. deposit. Don Cumbie Re- separate shower in East Milton
$800/mth 95503 alty. 626-8959 master bath. Beautiful, 981-1302
623-9553 quiet waterfront neigh- Available 3/1/09
Pace Pea Ridge Area borhood. Priced to sell Available /1/
House for rent. 2/1 Mobile Home in at the reduced price of
3 bed, 1.5 bath. Total par, 1.5 bath. Total park, water & garbage $246,350. Call 850 Moving Specal: Mill-
electric. $750 month, furnished. $450/rent 685-8048 leave msg. tary & Senior Citizens
$300 dep. Baycrest Re- $250/dep. Total Elec- first month rent free
$a00 ty 994-7918 tric, no pets. Bay Crest w/lyr. lease. 2 & 3 BR
alty 994-7918 tri, no pts. Bay Crest Why rent when you avail. Call for additional
Pace Realty can buy? info 850-499-7412
3/2 brick house in quite 994-7918 No down payment.
neighborhood. large. Anni Tompkins New Govern-
lot, single car garage. Springhil Cardinal Realty merit Financing
4025 Overlook Circle. Furnished 2004 B50-637-5611
$700 month /$700 dep. 3/BR 1/BA w/ W/D Pfsi Program!
($200 pet) 698-8337 Buddy HardyRd. 8 mi- On all 3 or 4 Bed-
leave message les from Whiting Field, rooms! Rates as low as
back gate, adjacent to Me l 4.75%. No Credit or
,,lij|l. Blackwater forest. No Bad Credit OK! Call
S pets, non- smoking en- L 7120 Clayton Homes:
vironment. $550mo Milton 850-682-3344
617 $500dep. References Professional office '
6440 Butternut Drive. needed. 623-8920 buildings. Near Santa
Updated 2/2 w/CH & A. Rosa Medical Center.
Non-smoking environ- West Milton Approximately 2000 sq.
ment. No pets. $450 3/BR 2/BA on private ft.. All recently reno-
month. 572-2477 lot. Total electric, no vated. 6 offices, 3 bath-
2/2, total electric. pets. 5073 Ridgeway rooms, large reception
East Gate Mobile Blvd. $625/mth area and waiting room.
Home Ranch. 626-8973 $300/dep. Bay Crest Handicapped accessi-
Realty ble. Lots of parking.
3/2 doublewide. $600 994-7918. Owner finance with. low
month, $600 deposit, money down.
Don Cumbie Realty ,----- (850)698-5951
626-8959 or 377-6787
3/2, total electric.
East Gate Mobile
Home,Ranch. 626-8973 .7150
EAST MILTON Older -i 2 ACRES. Water,
model 3 B/2B on 1.acreo 2 ACRES. Water,
lot Deadend Drive $350 power, septic. Ideal for
mo. No Deposit if you REb ESTATE FOR SAlE mobile home. Trees.
are a handyman. Paved road. 9948040
623-8162 7100 Homes Paved road. 994-8040
7105 Open Houses
Jay/Milton/Pace 7110-Beach Home/ 2 vacant lots. Approx.
Rentals 2 & 3 bed- Property 1 acre. 6504 Madison
rooms. $400-$650 per 7120 Commercial Rd. (2 miles N. of Milton)
month.Section 8/Hud 7130 Condofrownhouse w/water, electric, septic
accepted. Call 7140 Farms & Ranches tank, security light, chain
994-5703 7150 Lots and Acreage link fenced yard. Blueber-
7160 Mobile Homes ries, apples, grapes and
Milton (Bruce Lane) 7170- Waterfront pear. 12X20 new shed.
Includes water, garbage 7oa Investment $20,000. Call Jessie, A -
and lawn service. Property 1-229-382-1224N
2/2 for $450 month. 7190 Out-of-Town
2/2 for $350/nronth Real Estate
Call 698-4582 7200 Timeshare Allentown
5 acres improved land.
Milton .T Paved road, dead-end.
2 BR, 2 bath mobile EPartially fenced.
home. HUD okay. $525 | Horses OK. $60,000.
month, $500 deposit. 7100 (850)623-4981
981-9397 e Jay/Berrydale County
Milton Livng 9 ac w/fish pond
Quiet park. 2 bed- --l\t -' Great for horses 10 O e
rooms / 1 bath. $365 mins to Coldwater Over 50
plus dep. Non-smoking Ft. Walton Horse Trails 675-0839 Visit our webs
environment. No pets. Kenwood Reduced $65,000
626-1552 Kenwood
Milton 602 Mooney 5 5
Quiet park. Large 3 Road oney 5 .5 .
bedrooms, 2 bath. Beautiful brick 3 br, 2 7160 I AND COMP
$635 plus dep. ba, 2 cg. Close to
Non-smoking environ- bases on quiet half 14 Payments P
ment. No pets. acre corner lot. Built Left! 6705 N. Penr,
626-1552 in 1994, kitchen re- Make one and move Toll FI
MOBILE HOME RENTAL. cently updated with into your own home
2/1 in quiet park. Sewer stainless steel appli- today! 682-4284 FL. Lic. #CRCo44810
and garbage included. ances, corner FP
No pets. $365 plus w/all brick hearth,
deposit. 626-1552 vaulted ceilings, fresh
paint, security sys
North Miltonte, updated elec
2/2 Mobile Home on tronic irrigation, large
private lot. 4252 mor- screened porch un-- I
gan court. Total Elec- der roof, chain link
tric. $475/rent, back yard perfect for
$200/dep. No pets. Bay pets. $299,000. Call
Crest Realty 850 226-6754
994-7918


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Owner Finance
3Br, 2Ba, finished
drywall, built on
porches. Loaded for
only $600mo. Call
683-0856 for details.







AUTOMOTIVE MARINE E
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 Waterclatl
8230- Sailboats
8240 Boat & Marine
Supplies
8245 Boat Slips & Docks
8310 Aircraft/Aviation
8320 ATV/Off Road Vehicles
8330 Campers & Trailers
8340 Motorhomes


Jeep Grand
Cherokee
Limited 4x4
2001
89K miles, leather, CD
changer, moonroof.
L o a d e d !
573-310-3382








CIrc U;tain
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fJ Woes?

1-800-345-8688


8120 F 81-7-0


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


Looking for
1997 Land
Rover
Rome~t I~I~


Tires & Rims
(4) 16" Toyota Solara
rims & tires. Rims in
great condition. Tires
have 40% tread left.
$100 OBO. Call
428-0589



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uLsicovery items 11
Owners manual, tire
cover, etc. Any items
for that vehicle would
be considered! A 4
wrecked one to buy
parts off also! Please 37' LBD
call 864-5745, leave 5th Wheel 2008
message if no answer. 3 slide outs, fiberglass
exterior, W/D, up-
grades. Can deliver.
Private owner. 850
291-3821. $37,700obo

3 81309


1999 Suburban 56,000
mile. Interior & exterior
in great condition. Well
taken care of. $7,262.
623-5530


39' Design 2008
Travel Trailer, 2 slides,
self-contained, 2 BR.
Sleeps 6. W/D.
Loaded! $21,900. Can
deliver. (850) 284-1331


e istetp company fr uaity andValue


FEATURES THAT ARE
STANDARD IN THIS MODEL
Cathedral Ceiling in Great Room
Custom Cabinets with Raised Bar
Ceramic Tile Flooring
* Insulated Windows & Exterior Doors
Architectural Shingles
Vinyl Exterior Trim
Marble Vanity Tops
* Quiet & Efficient Electric Heat-Pump
Plywood Roof Decking
Sternwall Slab Foundation
10 year Limited Warranty


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Chadwick
.Stratford
Norwood
Mayfair
Hampton
York


s60,900
s64,600
s69,500
s74,500
$75,200
s78,700
185 200


Leigo 82 cO41


Lexington 1812 '90,400
Pinebrook 1833 S102,200
Townsen 1691 193,100
Fleetwood 1949 96,800
Executive 2215 1112,900
Regency 2495 s136,900
2&3 BDR Duplex's available


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General Sales Manager

99 Plymouth Voyager

only 39,000 miles ..... 13,988

01 Chevy Camero .15,488

95 Ford F150 Super Cab

Custom Pkg -Loaded ..... 13,988
01 Kia Optima

Sunroof .......... $3,988

02 Kia Sodona ...... 4,988

01 Mercury Sable GS Wagon

Extra Clean ....... 4,988

92 Chevy S-10 Reg Cab

V-6 ............. 1,988

89 Dodge Dakota .$1,788

98 Old Bravada AWD

51k ......... .... 5,988

00 Ford Cargo Van $3,995

98 GMC Cargo Van .$2,988

02 Ford F250 Larait Super Cab

Diesel 4x4 7.3 Black Sharp $ 3,988

00 Toyota Avalon

XL-Loaded .......... $6,888

01 Toyota Avalon

XLS-Loaded ..... .. 7,888

03 Nissan EXT Cab Frontier

5 speed 90k ...... .6,988

02 Nissan Xterra SE

Leather Clean ..... 7,988




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www.McVayMotors.com
850-477-3860

6511 North W Street
at Marcus Point
Pensacola, FL


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SA GFeeiTGOOD FIBRUARY 182009TFR Y


Family Pack T-
Bone Steaks
496b


Farmland
Mild or Pork
& Bacon Roll
Sausage

83 16 oz


Quarterloin
Pork Chops
160
I lb


Farmland
Hickory'
Sliced Bacon
1 68,o
.12'Z


Boneless Beef
Bottom Round
Roast
262b
.Ib


Sunset Farm
Ham Steaks
or Ham'Slices

26616 oz


Tyson Tray
Pack Chicken
Tenders .
53lb


OnCor Frozen
Salisbury Steak
or Turkey &
Gravy
S72,8o
28 oz
id


Gwaltney
Jumbo
Franks

8216z


Bob Evans
Heat and Serve
Mashed
Potatoes
216oz
24 oz


Sunset Farmn
Bell Peppers &
Onion Fresh
Link
S 17 o
16 oz


Michigan Crisp
Juicy Red
Del. Apples

63 Ib bag


Double Q
Salmon
1.92, o
14,8 ox'


Gwaltney Bun
Size Smoked
Sausage

9812 oz


Crystal Geyser
Spring
Water
4 5 4.5
35 pk 0 liter


Shurfine
Sweet
Relish
123oz
16 oz


US #1
Mississippi
Baking Size
Sweet Potatoes


Malt-O Meal
Tootie Fruities
Box
74
S20 oz


Value Time
Vegetable
Oil
2 48oz
48oz


Fresh Express
Crisp Garden
Salad

24 oz


Scotts
White
Tissue


4 pk


Mueller
Spaghetti
or Elbow
Macaroni


Southern
Grown Tender
Pole Beans


Shurfine
Potato
Chips

766'oz


Shurfine
Chili w/
beans

9415oZ
^y~nsoz


Furlani
3 Cheese
Texas Toast
1 05os
9.5 oz


Sparkle
Towels


8 pk roll


Gatorade
8 4 .
9 M .32 o


24 pk
Miller Lite
Beer

15 27oz
i2 oz


grocery
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SALE PRICES GOOD THRU FEBRUARY 24
81 O'"39


Cost includes freight, fee, and any associated expenses.

4025 HWY 90 PACE
850-995-8778
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We Sell at Our Cost Plus a 10% Surcharge Added at the Register


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