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Place of Publication: Milton, Fla
Publication Date: April 22, 2009
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Santa losi's Press


Your only hometown newspaper for over a century!


Wednesday, April 22,2009


Find breaking news at www.srpreSsgazette.com


Crumbling of the


Santa Rosa County duo invol
4 By BILLGAMBLIN she observe a motorcycle
. .. headed towards him.
bgamblin@.srpressgazett~e.com According to FHP crash in-
vestigator Corporal E.E. Nuss-
A Santa Rosa County cou- baumer. Henry Strehle, 47, of
pie were involved in a mishap Pensacola, was traveling west-
with a motorcycle on Saturday bound on Nine Mile Road in the,
morning along Nine Mile Road eastbound lanes.
in Escambia County. Wolfe braked to avoid the
William D. Wolfe, 23, of Mil- motorcycle, but Strehle on his
'ton, was traveling in the inside 2007 Harley Davidson Sport-
lane of Nine Mile Road when ster struck the front of .Wolfe's


ved in mishap
Ford truck
Strehle was pronounced
dead on the scene by paramed-
'ic Derrick Elmer of Escambia
County EMS
It is unknown if Strehle was
intoxicated as test are pending
at the time of the release.'
Wolfe, and his passenger,
Ashley D. Baxley, 26, of Jay,
were not injured in the acci-
dent.


Area soldier killed in Iraq to be flown home


By Wendy Victoria
Florida Freedom Newspapers

CRESTVIEW Family mem-
bers of Army Specialist Michael
Anaya, who was killed in Iraq on
Easter Sunday, say that it ap-
pears he may be flown home as
early as Wednesday.
They had hoped to bring him
home late last week from Dover
Air Force Base, where he was


being prepared for burial. But it
has all taken longer than antici-,
pated, according to his brother-
in-law Tobny Moffett.
"It's going to be almost two
weeks," Moffett said, citing the
amount of time between the
23-year-old's death and his final
services. "A lot of the people that
came down for the funeral, they
had to go back." .
He said that his brother-in-
law's body has been released,'


but now they are waiting for
someone from his unit in Hawaii
to accompany Anaya on his fi-
nal flight. Anaya's dad, Carmelo
Anaya Sr., will also be with him.
.Moffett said they are hop-
ing Michael will come home on
Wednesday and that funeral
services can be held later in the
week He said the family has
been told that Michael will be
flown into Eglin Air Force Base
or Hurlburt Field.


TOM McLAUGHLIN -
Florida Freedom Newspapers

TALLAHASSEE State Rep. Ray
Sansom and Northwest Florida
State College President Bob Rich-
burg were, indicted Friday for of-
ficial misconduct,, a third-degree
felony
Richburg has also been - -
indicted for perjury, also a
felony He is accused of ly-
ing to the grand jury during
his testimony Thursday.
A Leon County grand
jury handed down the in-
dictment along with a nine-
page "presentment" of its
findings. Sansom. R-Des- SANS
tin, had followed Richburg
in testifying Thursday.
The misconduct charges stem
from activities during 2007 and
2008, when Sansom was the state
House speaker designate.
He and Richburg are accused
of acting together with developer
Jay Odom to secure state school
construction funds to build Odom
an airport hangar at Destin Jet,
Odom's business venture at Destin
Airport.
Sansom, R-Destin. turned him-
self in to authorities shortly after
the indictment was handed down.
He released a brief statement later
in the day.
"Because I am innocent of these
charges I will be vindicated at
trial," the statement said. "I have
always worked hard for my con-
stituents and my district to bring
needed projects and funding to the
Panhandle.
"This has been a very painful
time fqr me and my family," the
statement added. "But with our
unwavering fuith and our commit-
ment to each other and the fairness
of the criminal justice system, we
will remain strong throughout the
coming months."
NWF State College announced
Richburg was placing himself on
unpaid leave as of Monday, but he
had not been booked on his charg-
es as of 7:30 p.m. Friday.
He did not return phone calls.
The college board of trustees is
expected to have a special meeting
to discuss their statement regard-
Sing Richburg's arrest, according
to Senior Vice President Jill White,
who will take, over as president in
Richburg's absence.
The project that led to the in-
dictments was funded during the
2007 legislative session.
Sansom appropriated $6 mil-
lion to the college for the building,
which Richburg pitched as a col-
lege teaching and training facility
for emergency workers.
Richburg and Sansom said the
building would be used to educate
and train emergency response per-
sonnel, but could be transformed,
into an emergency operations cen-
ter in the event of a catastrophe
such as a hurricane. :
The grand jury concluded the
center actually was nothing more
than an airplane hanger built for*
Odom. '
"Officials can call the building
whatever they desire, but the plans
paid for by taxpayer dollars is an
aircraft hangar," jurors said in their
report.
It also concluded Sansom, Rich-
burg and Odom conspired to get
the project funded and built.
"The hangar project for a com-
munity college was the sole work
of Ray Sansom, Jay Odom and Bob
Richburg," the jury said.
The panel also concluded that by
slipping the $6 million for Odom's
project into the state budget, San-
som, as House speaker designate,
"used the power of his position to


accomplish what Mr. Odom was un-
able to do for nearly three years."
Odom twice had sought state
funds to build a hangar. Both times
he'd proposed the project by offer-
ing to remove his equipment and
allowing the building to be used as
an EOC in the event of an emer-
gency.
His hangar's site was in
the exact location the col-
lege's education center is to
be. Architectural drawings of
the two structures are identi-
cal.
Construction on the build-
ing has not started, according
to Okaloosa County Adminis-
trator Jim Curry, who toured
0M the site Friday.
Neither Okaloosa officials
nor Destin city officials reached
Friday could say what might hap-
pen to plans for the building
"I would imagine it was probably
going to be subjected to extra scru-
tiny, anyway, because of the nature
of the project," said Destin Mayor
Craig Barker.
Richburg was charged with per-
jury after he allegedly told grand ju-
rors the proposed college building
was not designed as a hangar and
there had been no discussionswith
Odom about the project after state
funding was obtained to build it.
Sansom's $6 million appropria-
tion to the college was discovered
shortly after he became House
speaker in November.
His ties to Richburg were re-
'Vealed on the same day he was
sworn in to the speaker's job when
Richburg announced at a college
board of trustees meeting that he
was hiring Sansom part-time for
a salary of $110,000. It was soon
revealed that Sansom had helped
funnel over $30 million in construc-
tion funds to NWF State College
during his tenure as speaker des-
ignate and chairman of the House
Budget and Policy Council.
The $6 million appropriation,
according to the grand jury report,
had been obtained by the college
before Gary Yancy, the school's
vice president for construction of
structures, even knew about the
"'hangar project."
"Dr. Yancy learned of the ap-
propriation from Dr. Richburg," the
report said. i
The Destin EOC was put into
the plans for the school building
even though an EOC complex al-
ready had been approved for .the
college's main campus in Niceville,
the grand jury reported.
The report noted "airport offi-
Scials were concerned that the col-
lege building at the Destin Airport
could jeopardize federal funding"
because the Federal Aviation Ad-
ministration "mandates facilities
located at an approved airport have
some relation to aviation."
Grand jurors also questioned
the lack of parking at the proposed
education center and the-wisdom of
putting classrooms in the vicinity of
the noise generated by an airport.
The grand jury also reported
that college officials discussed
leasing the massive storage area
at its new building back to Odom's
Destin Jet so that Destin Jet could
store its aircraft there.
Dave Parisot, who lives in
Shalimar, said he questioned the
county's need for a second EOC
when the proposal came before
the Okaloosa County Commission
in January 2008. He said Friday he
felt vindicated to have questioned
the project.
"It looked fishy to me at that
time," he said. "I didn't quite un-
derstand why we needed it when
we were spending multi-millions
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Obituary


Anna Mary Edwards
1925-2009


Anne Edwards died
Saturday, April 11, 2009.
She was born in Manhat-
tan, New York on May 13,
1925 and lived in Santa
Rosa County since 1949.
Anne was a member of
St. Rose of Lima Catholic
Church. She was preceded
in death by her husband
of 54 years-Ernest B.
Edwards.
Mrs. Edwards leaves
behind to cherish her
memory, her son-David
G. (Mary Anne) Edwards;
her beloved granddaugh-
ter-Catherine Edwards;


her sister-Margaret Ken-
ney; and devoted friends-
William and Marie Field.
Funeral Mass services
were held at the church,
Friday, April 17, 2009.
Burial followed in Serenity
Gardens.
Friends may send
condolences and share
fond memories with the
family at www.lewisfuner-
alhomes.net
Let the family know
you care. Sign the guest
book under new/obituaries
at www.srpressgazette.
com.


T ocal


Wednesday, April 22, 2009


Speak OUT


Sunday,
7:30 p.m.
Yes, this is in reference
to the speak out last
week about the Coffmnan
administration.
I don't think the
statute of limitations
should ever run out.
They should be able to'
arrest anyone who
was crooked and


stealing.


Friday,
6:40 p.m.
I am sure the people
who read my speak out
will have a nasty response
to what I have to say. If
people would stop running
red lights and talking
or texting on their cell
phones then they would


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set a good example for
the children and would
stand a good chance to
avoid those fees. Grow
up and be responsible. I
am so sick of the negative
people. Thank you.

Friday,
1:45 p.m.
Hey, this is Bill. I
am calling about the
Benevolent Association of,
Santa Rosa County..
I was just wondering
what the folks are doing
with the money the-
churches and individuals
donated. It seems like
since Miss Mac passed
nothing is happeningg.
I an wondering if
someone is getting a
salary from that place. If
they are I don't think that
is right or legal. I also am
wondering what others
think.


Friday,
9:38 a.m.
This is Jerry. I would"
like to know about this red
light thing. If you don't feel
you should have the ticket
if someone else was driving
your car. If you contest this
are you going to be charged
the court costs?

Thursday,
10:21 p.m.
This is Raymond. I
have submitted three
editorials since January
or December and there
are not either printed or
they are not what I have
sent in. I am wondering
why my editorials are
being sabotaged.

Thursday,
8:06 p.m.
This'is Thomas. I


wonder what Obama has
accomplished. All he has
done is helped the big
companies by giving them
money. Now the.price for
my license plate has gone
up, the price of stamps
has gone up, my boat
registration is higher as
is the cost to renew my
fishing license. -
What has he
accomplished? It is
getting worse. Tell me.
what he has accomplished
to help the little man. I
would thank you.
Editor's note: Thomas,
the cost of your license
plate, fishing license, boat
registration and items
like that are set by the
State of Florida and not.
the federal government.
Those questions would be
best directed to Governor
Crist, Representative
Evers, or Senator
Peaden.


Thursday,
8:02 p.m.
This is Jessie in Pace.
I want to speak about
money hungry Milton.
They charge for
accidents, they have the
cameras going up and
today I got my gas bill
from the city.
Now I see the deadline
to pay the bill is the first
of the month. Most people
who are on a fixed income
don't get their checks until
the third. So that adds a
three-dollar late fee.
That is robbing the
poor people who need
the money. Something
needs to be done. That is
ridiculous. That is all I got
to say.

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


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COUNTY-GOVERNMENT'
COUNTY COMMISSION
District 1: Jim Williaomon, 4351 Berrylill Poad,
Pace, FL 32571; phone 932-1340 E-mail is comm-
williamson@'santarosa.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@sontarosa.fl.gov.
District 4: Gordon Goodin; 6467 Avenida De
Galves, Navarre, FL 32566;'phone 939-4949. E-mail is
comm-goodin@sontarosa.fl.gov.
District 5: Lane Lynchard, 6495 Caroline St., Suite
M, 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.


Elected OFFICIALS


Monroe St., Tallahassee, FL 32399, 488-4441. E-mail: Milton, FL 32570, 983-0413.. E-mail is scottdl@mail.
fl-governor@myflorida.com. soantaroso.k12.fl.us.
District 2: Hugh Winkles, 5684 Nicklaus Lane,
Milton, FL 32570, 623-6299. E-mail is winkleseh@
FEDERAL GOVERNMENT mail.sontarosa.kl12.fl.us.
HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES District 3: Diane Coleman, 9400 Octavia Lane,
SNavarre, FL 32566, 939-2661. E-mail is colemanmd@
Rep. Jeff Miller: 1535 Longworth House Office mail.sontarosa.k12.fl.us.
Building, Washington, D.C., 20515; phone (local) 479- District 4: JoAnnJ. Simpson, 5059 Faircloth St.,
1183; (DC 202-225-4136; toll free 866-367-1614. E- Pace 32571, 994-5446. E-mail is simpsonji@mail.
mail: www.house.gov/ieffmiller. sntarosa kl2.fl.us,
SENATE District 5: Edward Gray III, I Gray Oaks Lane, Gulf
Sen. Mel Martinez '56 Russell Senate Office Breeze, FL 32561, 850-932-6287. E-mail is grayem@
ldi, it" 2 5 p e 20-2 mail.santarosa.k12.fl.us. '
Building, Washington,"D.C., 20515; phone The Santa Rosa County School Board meets at 6:30
3041; fx 202-228-5171. Hart Se.m. second and fouth Thursdays at 5086 Canal St.,
S Sen. Bill Nelson: Rom 571, Hart Senateffice Milton. Phone: 9835000.
nu rng Wahnt n, Ut., L ___ )ph ne ) )'Ai o. hoe:98-5-0


-Building, Washington, D.C., 2051; phone U202-224-
5274, fax 202-224-8022.
WHITE HOUSE
PresidentBarack Obama: 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.,


STATE GOVERNMENT wasningron, U.L., 20500; pnone 2u2-456-1414.
Rep. Greg Evers: 5224 Willing St., Milton, FL
32570, 983-5550. Email: evers.greg@leg.state.fl.us: SCHOOL GOVERNMENT
Sen. Durell PeadenJr., 598 N. Ferdon Blvd., Suite
100, Crestview, .L 32536, 850-689-0556. SCHOOL BOARD
Gov. Charlie Crist: PL05 The Capitol, 400 S. District 1: Diane Scott, 5710 Munson Highway,


CITY GOVERNMENT
Milton City Hpll, Mayor GuyThompsbn, 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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B. Gable turned in 167
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the Ronald McDonald House
in Pensacola, that had been
collected from the Post and its
members.


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WednesdayApril 22 2009


T .nal


Sheriff's REPORT


Santa Rosa's Press Gazette I A3


Santa Rosa
Sheriff's Report

The following
were from March
March 31,2009.
Brubaker, Jenn
Female; 23; 6569 M
St., Milton; Drive W
Susp Habitual 0
3/24/09
Harrison,Justin
Male; 18; 3351 San
low Rd, Walnut H
Burgl Dwelling Si
or Conveyance
Larc-Grand of I
3/24/09 .
Little, Sean
Male; 16; 2006
Rd, Navarre; Stole
Dealing in Stolen P
3/24/09
Williams, Hen
rome; Male; 34; 587
St., Milton; Ass
Threat to do Viole:
mestic violence), I
Prop-Crim Misch $
More. 3/24/09
Powell, Stacey
,der; Male; 27; 26 V
Dr.; Columbus, Gi
Grand Theft $5,000
Less Than $1q,000.
Scheibe, Dust
chael; Male; 29; 43
nolia Oaks St., Pa
bation Violation
3/24/09
Simmons, Jose
roy; Male; 25; 460
Oak Rd, Milton; Fb
Appear for Felony
.3/24/09
Stapleton, Sr.,
Christopher; Male
Chaseville St, Pe
Probation Violation
3/24/09
Andrade-Romer
dro Rolando; Male
Denton Blvd., Ft.
Beach; Sex Asslt'By
Older Sex Battery
der 12 YOA (2 cts
Lasciv Molest Vic
YOA Offender 16
Older (2 cts.). 3/25/
Hicks, Cody
Male; 16; 1888 C
Navarre; Lare-The
or More But Les
$5,006. 3/25/09
Gilley, Ronald
Male: 52; 5386 H
In, Pace; Aggrav.
Deadly Weapon W/
to Kill, Battery-T
Strike. 3/25/09'
I Johnson, Paul
Male; 45; 8733 Cot
Hwy., Dothan, IA
bation Violation
-3/25/09
Lambeth,
John; Male; 18; 67:
. St., Milton; Probati
tion-Felony (2 cts.)
Paluch, Catheri
Female; 34; 5128 )
Dr., Pace; Drive W
Susp 1st Off, Ma
Producing Sched
Marijuana Posse
More Than 20 Gra
cotic Equip-Posse
Or Use. 3/25/09
Shakespeare,
Michael; Male; 48;
ice St., Milton; .P
Violation-Felony. 3/
Stevenson, Bra
Male; 30;'8502 Ry
Pensacola; Failur
pear for Felony
3/25/09'
Wallace, Brian
Male; 31; 6464 Ce
Milton; Probation
tion-Felony. 3/25/09
Lavoie, Rache
; be~h; Female; 25; 1
vere Dr., Navarre;
Damage Property.
Chang, Kevin
18; 470 Brian Stre
Ester; Burgi Un4
Structure Unarme
Theft is $300 or MI
Less Than $5,000.


County Mason, Russell Nikia; J
Male; 33; 6845 Temple Ln, I
Pensacola; Battery By Per- c
arrests son Detained in Prison or $
h 24 to Jail Facility. 3/26/09 3
Rolison, Garry Chase; s
lie Lee; Male; 25; 1899 Reserve I
magnolia Blvd., Gulf Breeze; Fraud-
Vhile Lic Obtain Controlled Sub- t
)ffender. stance By. 3/26/09 I
Sobo, Russell ,John; f
Dwight; Male; 21; 219 Mountain Dr.,
idy Hol- Destin; Burgl Unoccupied I
Hill, FL; Conveyance Unarmed, N
structure Larc-Theft is $300 or More ,I
Armed, But Less Than $5,000. 3
Firearm. 3/26/09
Vaughn, David Eugene; F
Robert; Male; 41; 2205 Tom St., Na- .
Reagan varre; Probation Violation-
mn Prop- Felony. 3/26/09 F
property Davis, Britny Jeanette; I
Female; 19; 19 Anne Circle, (
ry Je- Pensacola; Child Abuse. (
5 Byrom 3/26/09 -
lt-Intent Kings, John Halgren; (
nce '(do- Male; 25; 1105 East Lakev-
Damage iew Ave., Pensacola; DUI 1
$1,000 or and Damage Property. .
3/26/09 t
Alexan- Nelson, Larry Carl; i
Vickham 'Male; 56; 1513 John Carroll,
A;, Larc- Pensacola; DUI Alcohol or
or More Drugs 2nd Off. 3/26/09
3/24/09 Barnes, Michelle Ree;
in Mi- Female; 34; 3725 Legend
11 Mag- Creek Dr., Pace; Damage
ce; Pro- Prop-Crim Misch Over
i-Felony. $2Q0 Under-$1,000, Burgl
Structure Conveyance Un-
eph Le- armed W/Person' Inside,
)1 Black Weapon Offense Missile
hilure to Into Dwelling Veh Building
Offense. or Aircraft, Damage Prop-
erty-Crim Misch $200 and
Brian Under. 3/29/09
32; 301 Booker, Jonathan Scott;
nsacola; Male; 19; 3447 King Ed-
i-Felony.' ward Dr., Kissimmee, FL;
Reckless Drive Damage
ro, Pe-. Person or Property, Aggrav
; 30; 675 Asslt W/Deadly Weapon W/
Walton O Intent to Kill (2 cts.), Ag-
y18YOA gray Battery-Person Uses
Vict Un- a Deadly Weapon (2 cts.).
.), Lewd 3/29/09
Less 12 Huggins, Kimberly Rev-
YOA or els; Female; 29; 4659 Fowl-
09 er Dr., Pace; Out of State
Shane; Fugitive Refugee- Fugitive
oral St., From Justice. 3/27/09
ft is $300 Lewis, Crystal Jasmine;
ss Than Female; 19; 3725 Legend
Creek Dr, Pace; Damage
Junior; Prop-Crim Misch Over
lamilton $200 Under $1,000, Burgl
Asslt W/ Structure Conveyance Un-
'0 Intent armed W/Person Inside,
ouch or Weapon Offense-Missile
Into Dwelling Veh Building
Wayne; or Aircraft, Damage Prop-
tonwood Crim Misch $200 and Un-
L; Pro- .der. 3/29/09 ..
n-Felony. McGraw, Gary Adam;
Male; 35; 4488 Highway 41,
Timothy Brewton, AL; Failure to
30 Amos Appear for Felony Offense.
on Viola- 3/27/09
3/25/09 Hunter, Willie Dontray;
neNMN; Male; 25;. 6924 Javid Rd,
Potomac Milton; Lewd & Lasciv-Vic-
Thile Lic tim Under 12 YOA. 3/09
arijuana- Oakes, Daniel Paul;
dule I, Male; 22; 6534 Morningbird
*ss Not Dr., Valdosta, GA; Drive
ms, Nar- While Lie Susp Habitual
iss And Offender. 3,29/09
Palmer, Sean Dayid;
William Male; 31; 18 Cambridge
6768 Al- Ave., Pensacola; Failure to
probation) Appear for Felony Offense.
/25/09., 3/27/09
dy Kent; \ Perkins, Melanie Pau-
'an Ave., lette; Female; 45; 6111 Car-
e to Ap- roll Rd, Milton; Battery-
Offense. Touch or Strike, Damage
Prop-Crim Misch $200 and
Austin; Under, Obst. Justice-In-
idar St., timidate Threaten Etc Vict
n :Viola- Witness Informant. 3/28/09
Polk, Donnie Lee; Male;
l Eliza- 22; 1180 Conference Road,
139Ladi- Cantonment, FL; Burgl-
DUIand Unoccupied Structure
3/24/09 Unarmed, Trespassing-
; Male; Property Not Structure
et, Mary or Convey (6 cts.), Resist
occupied Officer-Obstruct W/O Vio-
ed, Larc- lence, Loitering or prowl
lore'But ing. 3/29/09
3/26/09 Thompson, Edward


John; Male; 20; 1854 Iris Ln,
Navarre; Larc-Theft is $300
or More But Less Than
$5,0000,. Veh Theft Grand
3rd Degree, Evidence-De-
stroying-Tamper With or
Fabricafe Physical. 3/28/09
Jefferson, George Wal-
er; male; 29; Warren Rd,
Milton; Failure to Appear
or Felony Offense. 3/09
Allen, Dwight Edward;
Male; 38; 12572 Hwy. 87
North, Milton; Out of State
Fugitive From Justice.
3/28/09
Babb, Kristin Nicole;
Female; 18; Bellridge Apts.,
Milton; Larc-Theft is $300 or
More But Less Than $5,000,
Fraud-Imperson Use/Poss
D of Another Person W/O
Consent, Fraud-Illeg use
Credit Cards Use More 2
Times 6 Mos Obt Gds Mon-
ey $100 More. 3/27/09
Delanoy, Jr., David Mar-
owe; Male; 31; 1920 Joe
Tam Ln, Navarre; Failure
to Appear for Felony Of-
fense'(2 cts.) 3/27/09
Walker, Eugene; Male;
17; 2309 N. Baylen St., Pen-
sacola; Grand Theft. 3/09
Duncan, Sr., William


James; Male; 43; 1934
Costa Verde Ct., Navarre;
Drive While Lie .Susp Ha-
bitual Offender. 3/29/09
Slack, Anthony Jerome;
Male; 36; 4512 Limit St.,
Milton; Probation Viola-
tion-Felony. 3/27/09
Crispin, Marcia Marie;
.Female; 62; 5470 Flax Rd,
Pensacola; DUI. 3/27/09
Hysler, Lori Jean; Fe-
male; 50; 2160 Estates Circ.
Navarre; DUI. 3/28/09
Rudd, .Aeron Elbert
Harper; Male; 25; 2900 W
Lloyd St, Pensacola; DUI
and Damage Property.
3/28/09
Wilcox, Jeremy Shay;
Male; 22; 9975 University
Pkway, Pensacola; DUI.
3/28/09
Cammack, Christopher
Thomas; Male; 22; 5313
Cherub Circle, Milton; Re-
sist Officer With Violence,
Battery-Touch or Strike
(domestic violence), Dam-
age Prop-Crim Misch Over
$200 Under $1,000. 3/30/09
Cobb, Keeton Tennille;
Male; 32; 9360 Nichols Lake
Rd, Milton; Resist Officer-
Obstruct W/O Violence,


Cocaine Possess With In-,
tent to Sell Mfg Deliv Etc
Schedule II. 3/30/09
Cobb, Terry Lavan;
Male; 37; 792 Navy Street,
Ft. Walton Bch; Larc-Theft
is $300 or More But Less
Than $5,000. 3/30/09
Ellison, Kenneth De-
wayne; Male; 40; 6776 Sun-
nyside Dr., Milton; Bat-
tery-Touch or Strike, Ag-
grav Battery-Cause Bodily
Harm or Disability. 3/30/09
Hughes,NatoshaNicole;
Female;' 26; 6367 Sunset
Dr., Milton; Battery-Touch
or Strike, Aggrav Battery-
Cause Bodily Harm or Dis-
ability. 3/30/09
Johnson, Gregory
Omar; Male; 23; 5706 Von-
nie Branch Rd., Milton;
Probation Violation-Felony.
3/30/09
Graham, Randall Floyd;
Male; 45; 3892 Adams Rd.,
Pace; DUI. 3/30/09
Braswell, Michael Da-
.vid; Male; 14; 5590 Charter
Circle, Gulf Breeze; Dam-.
age Prop-CrimMisch $1,000
or More, Burgl-Dwelling
or Struct Cause Damage
Over $1,000 (3 cts.), Larc-


Theft is $300 or More But
Less Than $5,000.3/30/09
Cash, Daniel Lewis;
Male; 15; 5558 Charter
Cird, Gulf Breeze; Damage
Prop-Crim Misch $1,000
or More, Burgl-Dwelling
or Struct Cause Damage
Over $1,000 (3 cts.), Larc-
Theft is $300 or More But
Less Than $5,000.3/30/09
Holsworth, Noah
Shayne; Male; 17;' 5658
Charter Circle, Gulf
Breeze; Damage Prop-
'Crim Misch $1,000 or More,
Burgl-Dwelling or Struct
Cause Damage Over $1,000
(3 cts.), Larc-Petit 1st De-
gree Property $100 to Un-
der $300. 3/30/09
Nickson, Jason Lamar;
Male; 31; 6664 Old Hwy.
90, Milton; Drive While Lic
Susp Habitual Offender.
3/30/09
Wallace, Dalton Cole;
Male; 14; 5915 Congress
St., Gulf Breeze; Damage
Prop-Crim Misch $1,0000
or More,, Burgl-Dwelling
or Struct Cause Damage
Over $1,000 (3 cts.), Larc-
Petit 1st Degree Property
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APRIL WOMAN'S CLUB PROGRAM



Butterfly
photo taken
in backyard
of Milton
Woman's
Club member,
Cecile
Stephens.




Special to the Press Gazette
Theresa Friday, Residential Horticulture Extension Agent for Santa Rosa
County will be the featured.speaker during the GFWC Milton Woman's Club April
meeting on Thursday, April 23, 5:30 p.m. at the Milton Clubhouse, 6863 Oak Street
in downtown Milton.
SThe meeting is being hosted by the club's conservation department, Pari
Mitchell, chairman and Theresa will be speaking on butterfly gardening, recycling
and composting.
Members and guests will be treated to a "walk through the garden"buffet prior
to the program, which will be followed by the business meeting portion of the eve-
ning which will include the election of officers for the 2009-2010 club year.,
For more information about the Milton Woman's Club, phone president Paula
. Lou Mapoles at 850-626-9567 or email pmapoles@mchsi.com.
\ ,^' _____


Florida Freedom reports

Evening of the Arts
scheduled Thursday
NICEVILLE The Plew
Parent Leadership Asso-
ciation is sponsoring its
fifth annual Evening of
the Arts on Thursday from
5-8:30 p.m. at James E.
Plew Elementary School
in Niceville.
The evening will show-
case the art work of stu-
dents in classroom galler-
ies and feature the musi-'
cal talent of local school
bands, choirs and string
ensembles.
Art created by Plew
students and other items
donated by local business-
es will be up for grabs at
a silent auction. The high-
light will be a live auction
of class projects.
The school is located at
220 Pine Avenue in Nicev-
ille.
Admission for a $2 do-
nation will include access
to the self-guided gallery
tour, admission to the auc-


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SALUTES




MRS. GRACE W. WATSON

.- -Grace was born on August 31, 1935 in
Bonifay to Anne Underwood Whipple and
George W. Whipple, both of Bonifay them-
selves. She grew up, enjoyed her school days,
.. .. and later graduated from Bonifay High School
in 1953.
. Grace was quite a gal in those days. In her
senior year of high school she was voted "Best
Dressed Girl" and "Senior Class Favorite."
But that's not all: She was drum majorette in
the Bonifay High School Marching Band and
was selected valedictorian of her senior class.
SAfter high school Grace studied at.Jones
Business College in Jacksonville and upon
completion of her courses there worked as a
legal secretary at the Federal Land Bank in
Pensacola. While there she met Jim Watson
(the late and beloved Dr. James A. WatsonL, a
Grace W. Watson young man just beginning his career in den-
tistry:
Friendship grew into courtship which grew into marriage. On November 10,
1956 James A. Watson and Grace W. Whipple were married at First Baptist
Church in Milton. A couple of years later (1958) they started their family of five
children and later 11 grandchildren.
From all accounts from everyone who has ever known her, Grace is an amaz-
ing wife and mother, dedicated and committed to her family and her community.
She was an active member of the Beta Sigma Phi Sorority, continues to be an
active member of First Baptist Church in Milton, and worked alongside her late
husband in his dental office as office manager for approximately 12 years.
She continues to be an active member of the Gideons Auxiliary and has
worked tirelessly in her involvement with Family Promise of Santa Rosa since its
inception. Everyone knows it's one of her favorite charities.
I Those who know Grace appreciate her as a loving, generous, caring person.
Those who have never met her are missing the opportunity to appreciate her in
the same capacity. She's a 'wonderfully graceful and genteel lady who continues
to hold the trust and admiration of all those who have benefitted from her love
and compassionate care. Grace, this salute is for you, with love...



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tions and dessert and cof- possession and violat-
fee from the Artists' Cafe. ing his probation after
Children 12 and under are a Niceville Police De-
free. For more informa- apartment officer noticed
tion, call the school at 833- him driving in an area
4100. that violated his proba-
tion.
'LieutenantgovernorV Uhder the terms of his
probation, Corey Logan
speaks to Walton GOP Chavis is not allowed to be
MIRAMAR BEACH Lt. more than 100 feet from
Gov. Jeff Kottkamp will his home or to-consume
be the featured speaker alcohol, according to his
at the Walton County Re- Niceville Police Depart-
publicans Annual Lincoln ment arrest report.
Day Dinner on Friday at Chavis told the officer
the Embassy Suites in Mi- a black male offered him
ramar Beach. $20 to take him to Semi-
Event proceeds will nole and he needed the
help support the opera- money, so he said yes. The
tion of the local Republi- officer could smell alcohol
can party. on his breath, the report
Tickets are $55 and said.
may be purchased online He also had crack co-
at www.waltongop.org or caine in his pocket, the
by calling 231-6069 or 267- report said. Chavis report-
2019. edly said the man paid him
$10 in cash and the rest in
cocaine.
Man on probation
caught away from home Lions Club donates to
NICEVILLE A 19-year- Sacred Heart
old Niceville man was
charged with felony drug' PORT ST. JOE The
Port St. Joe Lions Club
last week fulfilled its an-
nual commitment to
Sacred Heart Hospita with
a donation of $5,000 to Dr.
Henry Roberts.,
Dr. Roberts spoke
about the current prog-
ress of the Sacred Heart
hospital construction at
the Lions Club meeting.
The interior emergency
rooms and facilities at the
new hospital are taking
shape.
Two years ago, the
Lions Club committed
$50,000 to Sacred Heart,
to help bring a top-flight
medical facility to the
community.
This commitment
will be spread over 10.
years.
The money for this
venture has been raised
R through the Lions Club
MI Sportsman Banquet at the
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Local


Santa Rosa's Press Gazette I A5


SANSOM from page Al


on an EOC on the Niceville
campus. My question was
why didn't they apply the
money to the Niceville EOC
to cut some of the cost on
that." The paper trail left
behind by the $6 million
appropriation also led to
Odom.
The grand jury learned
Odom had contributed, per-
sonally or through his cor-
porations, $22,600 to San-
som's election campaigns
and another $894,363 to the
Republican Party, "of which
the House Speaker is a ma-
jor beneficiary."
Odom also had dropped
another $100,000 into the
coffers of the Leadership
for Florida's Future Fund.
Sansom, as speaker of
the House, is one of three
people who would have had
control the fund's purse
strings, the grand jury re-
port said.
Contacted through his
marketing director Martin
Owen, Odom had no com-
ment Friday.
The grand jury also
found fault with the way
the Florida Legislature ap-
propriates funds. The re-
port said grand jurors had
learned through testimony
that $6 million appropria-
tions were likened among
lawmakers to "a gnat hit-
ting a windshield" and that
there was little' oversight
given to them.
"It is a small wonder,
with this attitude, that Flor-:
ida is broke financially," the
grand jury report said.
"The legislature needs
to'remember that they do
not print money and that
whether it is general reve-,
nue dollars, federal grants,
matching funds or (school
construction) dollars, it is
all taxpayer money and- it
needs to be spent wisely,"
the report said.
Gov. Charlie. Crist called
news of the indictments dis-
tressing, but noted that anh
indictment is not a convict,
tion.
"Our system of criminal
justice has a presumption
of innocence," Crist told the
Associated Press.
Sansom- was forced to
step down as House speak-
er in January. His succes-
sor, Larry Cretul, issued a
brief statement Friday but
did not say whether the
House planned any action
to remove Sansom as a
state representative.
State Sen. Don Gaetz,
R-Niceville, former. House
Speaker Allen Bense and
fellow lawmakers from
around the region lent their
support to Sansom.
State Rep. Brad Drake
called the charges. against
Sansom "horse hockey."
"Ray Sansom is a fine
man, a family man," said
Drake, R-DeFrmiakSprings.
'Anyone who knows him
knows he wouldn't do any-
thing to dishonor his family,
his constituency, the tax-
payers or the citizens of the
state of Florida."
Gaetz said, "I'm sur-
prised and disappointed
about what's happened to
Ray."
He was not as sympa-





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longtime rival..
"Clearly the charges
against Bob Richburg are
far, far more serious. Perju-
ry in front of a grand jury is
an extraordinarily serious
matter," Gaetz said.
"Maybe out 'of all of


this the college will get
new leadership," Gaetz
said. "If so, that will be
a good result from a bad
situation." Efforts to reach
most of the college's trust-
ees were unsuccessful Fri-
day.
However, board member


Dale Rice did speak to a re-
porter. He tried to distance
the governor-appointed
trustees from Richburg
and Sansom. He noted that
Richburg alone had hired
Sansom.
"He did that on his own,
which was the right thing to


do," he said.
"It doesn't sound like
anything to do with the
board of trustees," Rice
added of the indictments.
Rice warned a reporter
to "be very delicate with
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cigarette because you soon may not be able
to afford another.
Florida has created a new sin tax.
The "sin" is smoking.
After years of limiting where a smoker can
enjoy his or her cigarette, Florida is ready to
capitalize on those still opting to light up.
The State's $65.6 billion budget package
now includes a dollar-per-pack cigarette tax.
With this tax, officials are looking to raise
$1-billion for health care in the state.
At least that's the thinking of Sen. J.D.
Alexander, head of the Senate Budget
Committee.
Since Florida is looking to tax things, let's
talk other ways it might raise money.
Why not a tax-per-can of,beer?
Surely, those who drink wouldn't mind
chipping in two small amounts: one to light
up and another to drink a cold one after a
long day at work.,
Why not tax fast food?
Remember the guy who went a month
and ate nothing but what he purchased at a
particular fast food restaurant? He alleged
he became fat and, developed a health risk
because of that fast food.
So, how about an extra five cents per
sleeve of fries sold in Florida?
Those dollars should rack up quickly.
Doughnuts are high in sugar. So, how
about a dollar-a-dozen tax on the morning
sweet treats?
Gambling is considered "bad," so let's add
a dollar-a-ticket tax to Florida's lottery. We're
sure THAT won't happen.
Yet, with all these options, Florida
legislators voted 39-0 to tax tobacco.
The only real problem here, tobacco
remains a "legal" product. So why are
lawmakers picking one vice over all the
others?
The bill also includes a $1 per ounce
surcharge on tobacco sold in Florida.
The bill is.worded to protect cigar
manufacturers in Tampa Bay and Dorsal
Tobacco in Miami who manufacture
cigarettes.
./ Cigarettes are not illegal, but Florida's
actions leave us with one big question:. What
will legislators do if this latest tax should
cause most Florida smokers to quit?
How would Florida fund governmental
projects? The price for smokers has already
jumped several times this year. Now, the "big
one" is about to hit. This may be a case of
going to the well one too many times.
True, Florida currently has the 20th
highest cigarette tax inthe nation, but by the
time Washington gets done with its tax and
Florida adds its own, we're sure that will no
longer be true.
Last week, we heard someone say they
paid around $40 for a carton, which will now
become $50.
When will the tax party on one particular
group ever end or is this just another way to
make one segment of society pay the fiddler
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Florida SESSION UPDATE


A note from Senate President Jeff Atwater


Budget Update
Thursday, the Florida
Senate unanimously
passed a $65.6 billion
budget. Our priority in
producing this budget was
to maintain those critical
services that house,
teach, heal, protect, and
create jobs for Floridians,
while protecting our
state's economic future.
On opening day, I
committed that Florida's
classrooms would not
receive any additional
cuts. Protecting and
investing in education is
vital as we seek to equip
today's students with
the tools necessary to
compete in the global
economy. Therefore,


the education budget
maintains the 2008-2009
classroom funding levels.
It is also imperative
that we continue to build
intellectual capital on our
university and community
college campuses. Thus,
we protect Florida's
higher education system
from draconian cuts.
In order to protect
our most vulnerable,
we sought to align cost
drivers .in the health
care budget with
their sources; thereby
preventing reductions
in vital programs such
as Medicaid services
and eligibility, KidCare,
or community care for
disabled adults, among


others.
Florida is home
to many unique and
irreplaceable ecosystems.
Accordingly, the Senate
is working on a proposal
to continue the historical
Florida Forever program.
Since its inception, this
program has procured
and preserved unique
and endangered areas
- protecting Florida's
natural beauty for
generations to come.
Realizing that
infrastructure projects
are the best economic
stimulus and immediate
job creators, the Senate
budget invests in projects
that employ individuals
today and provides long


term economic benefits.
Lastly, the Senate
.budget protects funding
for the court and criminal
justice system ensuring
that opr judicial system
continues to function and
our prison doors remain
closed.
Make no mistake;
many difficult and
tough decisions were
made to produce this
balanced budget. As
we begin negotiations
with our partners in the
Florida House, I remain
confident we will reach
an agreement that will
serve Floridians and
protect Florida's financial
integrity and economic
future. ,


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IBC UPDATE


Written By Interim Pastor
Jerry Passmore

Easter Sunday pro-
duced spiritual showers
of blessings at Immanuel
Baptist Church. People
were baptized, others
came to know the Lord
Jesus as their personal
savior and others joined
our church. HIS blessing
are abundant just like HE


said they would be if we
follow HIM.
We are excited about
five of our Youth who will
be traveling to Orlando
this week to participate in
the Florida Baptist Con-
vention State Bible Drill.
These children have been
learning Bible verses as
well as participating in
public speaking training
this year. Now they are in
competition as to who will


receive special awards
for their achievements.
Our first weekday
Men's Night will be on
Friday, April 24th at 6
p.m. We shall be enjoying
fellowship and a movie
entitled They Call Me
Trinity. The men and
boys of our conimunity
are invited to attend. This
will replace. our monthly
Men's Breakfast, which
we have on the fourth


Sunday morning of each
month.
Former National Bas-
ketball Association Coach
Roger DuTremble will be
our guest preacher on
April 26th in the morning
service, which begins at
10:30. He has as stirring
testimony of conversion.
I am encouraging you to
be in attendance.
God in HIS grace
brought him from the


brink of disaster in his
marriage and work to are
marvelous servant of our
Lord. He has a unique
ministry in basketball
that is reaching so many
people for Jesus.
All of our churches
are looking forward to
Vacation Bible School
this summer. The Santa
Rosa Baptist Association
is providing training for
Teachers and Workers


to prepare for the oppor-
tunity to minister to our
children this summer.
Your are encourage
to attend this training at
Calvary Baptist Church
near Allentown on April
28 at 6:30. There is train-
ing for all age groups.
I trust the God of your
life is Jesus and you will
gather with others in the
church of your choice to
worship HIM.


St. Francis ofAssisi

presents 5th Annual

Midsummer Night Party


Special to the Press Gazette

St. Francis of Assisi
Episcopal Church in Gulf
Breeze is sponsoring the
Fifth Annual Mid Sum-
mer Night Party on Satur-
day June 13, 2009 from 6
to 8 p.m. at St. Francis of
Assisi Episcopal Church
* on 1 St. Francis Drive
Gulf Breeze, FL 32561.
The party features a Si-
lent Auction Fundraiser
: that gives you the oppor-
tunity to bid on an array
of exciting items amid a
Wine, Cheese, heavy hors
d'oeuvres and delicious
dessert Reception. The
Silent, Auction featuring
travel packages, original
art, sailing and fishing
adventures, local restau-
rant gift certificates, and
much more. The Auction
is from 6-7:30 pm; winners
will be announced imme-
diately following. There


will be plenty of fun with
do9r prizes, Chance Tick-
et drawings to win entire
tables of fabulous items
and the usual popular
Wine Toss.
You can buy either a
General Admission ticket
or a Sponsor ticket. Gen-
eral. Admission Tickets
are $20 and include food
and beverage; Sponsor
Tickets are $30 and in-
clude food/beverage as
-well as 8 Chance Tickets
for drawings! You must
be present to win with
Chance ticket. Chance
Tickets for drawings and
Wine Toss tickets are $2..
For tickets, please con-
tact Averett Mull at 932-
6467 or purchase them in
the St. Francis of Assisi
Church Parish Hall after
9 a.m. Sunday service.
Don't forget Saturday,
June 13th: Save the date
on your calendar now!


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...Stephanie Leavins will
be in concert on Sunday,
April 26, at 10 a.m.
'at the Bellview United
, Methodist Church. The
church is located at
,4945 Saufley Field Road
in Pensacola" Pastor
David Edwards would
like to extend a warm
and friendly welcome
to everyone to attend
this special service. If
you would like more
information, please call
S...-456-4828 or 626-0696.


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Dear Pastor Gallups "Someone recently pointed out
to me that there are three different renderings of the
list of the 12 tribes of Israel in the Bible. This per-
son used this to claim that the Bible had errors in it
and was not reliable. The passages were Genesis 35,
Numbers 34 and Revelation 7. What do you know
about this?" S.M., Milton

Dear S.M.,
Your friend is mistaken that the Bible contains
errors in it and especially in this matter. The three
lists you mention (an another in Joshua-16) are all.in
perfect biblical harmony and agreement. Let me
explain.
The list in Genesis 35 is a list of the 12 sons born
to Jacob. Jacob is the Grandson of Abraham. His
name would be changed by God himself to "Israel."
Israel has a double meaning in the Hebrew "he
who. contends with God" and "he who is saved by
God."
Thus Jacob's, or Israel's 12 sons are called the
"Children of Israel."
In Numbers and Joshua, when the Tribes are get-
ting ready to go into the Promised Land, the list of
names is slightly different. Joseph's name is omitted
and you see Manasseh and Ephraim's names instead.
The Bible tells us the reason. They were Joseph's
sons. Their tribes were huge so Joseph's inheri-
tance was divided by the two sons and they settled
the land for their father's name. The tribe of Levi
was not given a territory. They were to be priests to
all the land.
The list in Revelation 7 speaks of the 12,000
from each of the 12 tribes. This is a symbolic way of
speaking of the Last Day's remnant of Israel. Those
who would believe in Jesus in the last days who
were Jews. The tribe of Dan is omitted from this
list, because they were the first to fall into idolatry
(Judges 18:30) and Joseph is back on the list to be
honored along with his son of promise, Manasseh.
Ephraim is included through the tribe of Joseph.
This can be confusing, but there is no error. The
bible explains and defends itself if one knows it in g
its proper context. I hope this has helped you.
Carl Gallups is the Pastor of Hickory Hammock Baptist Church, in Milton. He has a Bachelor of
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Pace Chamber Tournament: The 10th Annual
Pace Area Chamber Golf Tournament ill be April
24 at the Moors Golf Club. The tournament will get
underway at 1 p.m. for this four-person scramble.
Sponsorships and tee-signs are available as well.
For more information contact the Pace Area Cham-
ber of Commerce at 994-9633.

City of Milton Youth Cheerleading and Foot-
ball Registration: The City of Milton youth cheer-
leading and football registration will begin in the
next few weeks. Children ages 5-14 interested in
participating can register at the Milton Commu-
nity Center, 5629 Byrom St. Returning cheerlead-
ers can sign up on April 25 from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m.
and new cheerleaders.can register on May 2 be-
ginning at 10 a.m. These are the only two dates to
enroll and the cost is $70 per cheerleader. The first
Saturday to sign up for football is May 16 from 10
a.m. to 1 p.m. Starting May 18, register for football_
'Monday through Friday from noon to 8 p.m. Reg-
istration ends when teams are full. The $95 par-
ticipation fee includes: Gulf Coast Youth Football
Alliance registration, end of the year trophy, game
jersey (child keeps), use of: shoulder pads, helmet,
7 piece pad set, mouth piece, game pants, a jambo-
ree and games.
For more information, visit www.cityofmiltonpr.
nexo.com, call 850-983-5466

Milton TPC: The Milton Triple Pro Classic
three person scramble will be April 24 through 26
at Tanglewood and Stonebrook county clubs. The
tournament is being held to raise scholarship dol-
lars and assist with the Milton High Golf program.
The cost for this event is $600 per team or $200 per
individual. Entry includes practicerounds at Tan-
glewood and Stonebrook, tee gifts, Friday social,
Saturday dinner and on course beverages. Entries
are limited to the first 88 teams. For more informa-
tion or to register contact Milton High School or go
to www.miltontpc.com.

Pointe Classic Golf Tournament: Marcus
Pointe;Baptist Church will be hosting the fifth an-,
nual Pointe Classic Golf Tournament on April 27 at
Marcus Pointe Golf Course. .The tournament rais-
es money for mission projects and for students to
take short-term trips around the world. The tour-
nament will, kick off at 1 p.m. Prizes include a new.
car or a trip to the PGA Championships in Atlanta.
For more information call 479-8337.

Co-ed Softball ,:Tournament: Milton High
School will hold a co-ed softball tournament to be
sponsored by the Andy Mac Foundation. This is to
help fund a scholarship to be awarded to a graduat-
ing senior at MS in memory of Andy McDonald, a
S2008 Milton grad. The tourney will be held at Milton
City Park on May 2, 2990.
The tournament is open to the first eight paid
co-ed-teams and the entry fee is $150 and the teams
must supply their own core 44 softball. For more
information call 626-5819.

Lighting Football: The Pensacola Lightning
Football team is currently seeking local businesses
and individuals to sponsor or provide a service. To.
be apart of the 2009 Pensacola Lightning Football
team season, please contact owners Bruce and
Sue Hall at 712-1389 for sponsorship package infor-
mation.

-Youth Wresting: The Milton youth wrestling and
the Milton Panther Takedown Club Youth Wrestling:
Program for ages six and up are currently practic-
ing on Monday's at at Hobbs Middle School gym
from 7-8:30 p.m. They are also going to host a youth
wrestlingcampon May2ndat the MiltonHigh School
Gym from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. with four-time Collegiate
National Champion Robert Hazewinkel and others.
There will be an open challenge after the clinic.
For more information on the, camp call 450-2434.

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 -an-.
nounced very soon for this event which hejps local
group in the Jay area including the Relay For Life
fundraiser. For more information, contact Freder-
ick Barrow at 675-1646.:

UWF Summer Hoops Camp: Shannan Bergen,
and her staff are proud to present this year's team
and individual basketball camps. An individual
day camp will be held for girls entering 3rd -12th
grades during the week of June 22-26, 2009. In ad-
dition, Coach Bergen will be holding a camp avail-
able for teams to participate in through the week-
end of June 26-28, 2.009.
Included in camp costs are individualized offen-
sive and defensive skills training with UWF staff
and players, along with sessions to explain general
rules of play. Campers will participate in open rec-
reation swimming and a pizza party on Thursday. A
camp t-shirt is provided, but campers must either
bring their own sack lunch or purchase lunch at
their own expense at the University Commons.'
SFlyers and registration forms can be found on-
line at www.GoArgos.com by visiting the women's
basketball page or camps link. For more informa-
tion on camps, contact UWF assistant coach Laura
Davis at (850)474-2589 or ldavis4@uwf.edu. ,

Charity Golf Tourney: A Charity Golf Tourney
to benefit Habitat for Humanity will be held May 15
at Tiger Point Golf Club. For more information on
the tournament call 477-0388 or 477-0381. You can
also e-mail chpgolf@gmail.com for more informa-
tion or registration forms.


Cowboy Challenge: The Dixie Darters Drill
Team is producing the first Dixie Cowboy Chal-
lenge on May 23 & 24 to be held at Coldwater Rec-
reation Park. This event is similar to the Extreme
Cowboy Race as seen on RFD TV Please see the
details at www.dixiedartersdrillteam.com.

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


FWC REPORT


This report represents some
events the FWC Northwest Region
handled from April 10 to April 16;
however, it does not include all ac-
tions taken by the Division of Law
Enforcement.

SANTA ROSA COUNTY
Officer David Jernigan arid Lieu-
tenant Dan Hahr were on water
patrol on the Escambia River when
they made contact with four Univer-
sity of West Florida (UWF) students
with canoes on a sandbar. Since it
was after sunset and the officers
did not see any camping equipment,
they stopped to check the status of
the four males. Upon closer inspec-
tion, the officers discovered the four
males were intoxicated with nu-
merous empty beer cans discarded
around them. A check of identifica-
tion revealed one to be under the'age
,of 21. A citation was issued to one
male for possession of alcoholic bev-
erages by a person under 21. All were
instructed to clean up the area of the
discarded cans. The subjects and
canoes were then safely returned to
UWF's recreation facility.


SANTA ROSA COUNTY COPS
Officer Monte Moye taught the
laws portion of the hunter education
course to a group at Jay High School
in north Santa Rosa County.

.OKALOOSA COUNTY
Lieutenant Mark Hollinhead and
'Officer Pete Rockwell respondedtoa
boating accident that occurred near-
Crab Island in Destin. The accident
involved two vessels colliding after
one of them broke free while an-
chored. There was minor damage to
one vessel and no one was injured.

OKALOOSA COUNTY COPS
Captains Mary Sumner and Brad
Williams conducted the initial plan-
niing meeting for the 2009 Billy Bow
Leggs Pirate. Invasion. Numerous
area agencies participated in the
planning session.

BAY COUNTY
Office" Joe Chambers located a


large amount of household debris
that had been freshly dumped in the
woods adjacent to Deerpoint Lake.
Items in the debris led Officer Cham-
bers to a subject who admitted to the
violation.
A warrants check indicated the
violator had an outstanding arrest
warrant in Bay County for petit theft.
The subject was transported to the
Bay County Jail and booked for the
outstanding warrant and a notice to
appear was given for the litter viola-
tion. \

Officer Joe Chambers was check-
ing fishers at the Lake Powell Bridge
when he found one fisher in posses-
sion of a baggie of cannabis and a
glass pipe. Citations were issued and
the contraband seized.

BAY COUNTY COPS
Officer Mark Clements gave a pre-
sentation to a local Cub Scout group
working on the conservation portion
of their manuals. Officer Clements
brought an alligator to use during his
presentation.


Tide REPORTS


PENSACOLA BAY

Thursday, April 23, 2009
4:56 a.m. CDT Moonrise
6:12 a.m. CDT Sunrise
10:01 a.m. CDT High tide 1.21
Feet
6:08 p.m. CDT Moonset
7:21 p.m.-CDT Sunset
7:22 p.m. CDT Low tide -0.05 Feet

Friday, April 24, 2009
5:30 a.m. CDT Moonrise
,6:11 a.m. CDT Sunrise '
10:14 a.m. CDT High tide 1.42
Feet
7:14 p.m. CDT Moonset
7:22 p.m. CDT Sunset -
8:15 p.m. CDT Low tide -0.23 Feet
10:23 p.m. CDT New moon

Saturday, April 25, 2009
6:09 a.m. CDT Moonrise
6:10 a.m. CDT Sunrise
10:47 a.m. CDT High tide 1.60
Feet
7:23 p.m. CDT Sunset
8:22 p.m. CDT Moonset
9:20 p.m. CDT Low tide -0.35
Feet

Sunday, April 26, 2009
6:09 a.m. CDT Sunrise
6:55 a.m. CDT Moonrise
11:32 a.m. CDT High tide 1.74
Feet
7:23 p.m CDT Sunset
9:32 p.m. CDT Moonset
10:37 p.m. CDT Low tide -0.42
Feet ,

EAST BAY

Thursday, April 23, 200
4:54 a.m. CDT Moonrise
6:11 a.m. CDT Sunrise
10:44 a.m. CDT High tide 1.45
Feet
6:07 p.m. CDT Moonset
7:20 p.m. CDT Sunset
8:40 p.m. CDT Low tide -0.05
Feet


Friday, April 24, 2009
5:29 a.m. CDT Moonrise
6:10 a.m. CDT Sunrise
10:59 a.m. CDT High tide 1.71
Feet
7:13 p.m. CDT Moonset
7:21 p.m. CDT Sunset
9:33 p.m. CDT Low tide -0.27
Feet
10:23 p.m. CDT New moon

Saturday, April 25, 2009
6:08 a.m. CDT Moonrise
6:09 a.m. CDT Sunrise :
11:30 a.m. CDT High tide 1.92
Feet
7:21 p.m. CDT Sunset
8:21 p.m. CDT Moonset
10:38 p.m. CDT Low tide -0.41
Feet

Sunday, April 26, 2009
6:08 a.m. CDT Sunrise
6:54 a.m. CDT Moonrise
12:15 p.m. CDT High tide 2.08
Feet
7:22 p.m. CDT Sunset
9:31 p.m. CDT Moonset
11:55. p.m. CDT Low tide -0.51
Feet

BLACKWATER RIVER

Thursday, April 23, 2009
4:55 a.m. CDT Moonrise
-6:11 a.m. CDT Sunrise
11:40 a.m. CDT. High tide 1.45
Feet
6:08 p.m. CDT Moonset
7:21 p.m. CDT Sunset
9:10 p.m. CDT Low tide -0.05
Feet ,

friday, April 24, 2009
:'5:29 a.m. CD.T Moonrise
6:10 a.m. CDT Sunrise
11:55 a.m. CDT High tide 1.71
Feet
7:13 p.m. CDT Moonset
7:21 p.m. CDT Sunset,
10:03 p.m. CDT Low tide -0.27
Feet
10:23 p.m. CDT New moon


Saturday, April 25, 2009
6:08 a.m. CDT Moonrise
6:09 a.m. CDT Sunrise
12:26 p.m. CDT High tide 1.92
Feet
7:22 p.m. CDT Sunset
8:22 p.m. CDT Moonset
11:08 p.m. CDT Low tide -0.41
Feet

Sunday, April 26, 2009
6:08 a.mn. CDT Sunrise
6:54 a.m. CDT Moonrise.
1:11 p.m. CDT High tide 2.08 Feet
7:23 p.m. CDT Sunset
9:32 p.m. CDT Moonset

NAVARRE BEACH

Thursday, April 23, 2009
1:06 a.m. CDT Low tide 0.70 Feet
4:-4 a.m. CDT Moonrise
6:11 a.m. CDT Sunrise
7:40 a.m. CDT High tide 1.16 Feet
4:19 pm. CDT Low tide 0.11 Feet
6:07 p.m. CDT Moonset
7:20 p.m. CDT Sunset

Friday, April 24, 2009
5:29 a.m. CDT Moonrise
6:10 a.m. CDT Sunrise
7:49 a.m. CDT High tide 1.37 Feet
5:22 p.m. CDT Low tide -0.10 Feet
7:12 p.m. CDT Moonset
7:20 p.m. CDT Sunset
10:23 p.m. CDT New moon

Saturday, April 25, 2009
6:08 a.m. CDT Moonrise
6:09 a.m. CDT Sunrise
8:20 a.m. CDT High tide 1.55 Feet
6:37 p.m. CDT Low tide -0.26 Feet
7:21 p.m. CDT Sunset
8:21 p.m. CDT Moonset

Sunday, April 26, 2009
6:08 a.m. CDT Sunrise
6:54 a.m. CDT Moonrise
8:59 a.m. CDT High tide 1.70 Feet
7:22 p.m. CDT Sunset
8:16 p.m. CDT Low tide -0.37 Feet
9:30 p.m. CDT Moonset


FWC concludes 2-day meeting in Tallahassee


Special to the Press Gazette
The Florida Fish and Wildlife Con-
servation Commission (lWC) wrapped
up its two-day session April-16 in Tal-
lahassee. During the meeting at the
Tallahassee-Leon County Civic Center,
commissioners dealt with a variety of
issues.
. The FWC reviewed draft rules for
the take of freshwater turtles on the
first day of the'meeting. After discuss-
ing and hearing public comments, the
commission directed staff to finalize
the draft rule for banning the commer-
cial take of freshwater turtles. The final
rule will be considered during a meet-
ing in June in Crystal River It would be
the strongest conservation measure
for freshwater turtles in the United
States.
The commission approved new lan-
guage regarding establishment and op-
eration of game farms. The final public
hearing on game farms will be held at
the June meeting.
The success of peregrine falcon
numbers in recent years was discussed
by the commission when staff present-
ed the draft peregrine falcon manage-
ment plan. The commission directed
staff to finalize the management plan
and bring back a rule to delist the spe-
cies at the June.commission meeting.


The FWC revised permitting guide-
lines for gopher tortoises, which in-
clude revisions to how some mitigation
contributions are calculated, "10 or
fewerburrows"permit-specific criteria
arid guidance, a five-year permit option
and updated gopher tortoise surveying
requirements.
In marine fisheries action, the com-
mission approved a rule that estab-
lishes administrative penalties for blue
crab management program violations
that will take effect on July 1.
The FWC also proposed changing
the recreational harvest season for
red snapper in Gulf of Mexico state
waters because new data indicate this
year's Gulf red snapper fishing season
needs to be shortened to compensate
for overharvests in 2008. The commis-
sion will hold a final public hearing in
June on a proposed rule to reduce the
season from June 1 to Sept. 30 to June
1 to Aug. 14, which is consistent with a
pending federal regulation.
Commissioners also proposed new
rules for grouper that would be gener-
ally consistent with anticipated federal
regulations intended to help reduce
fishing pressure so that grouper fish-
ing in the Gulf can improve in the fu-
ture.
These proposed rules would de-
crease the daily recreational aggre-


gate bag limit for grouper from five fish
to four fish per person in Gulf state wa-
ters. They would also establish a Feb. 1
- March 31 closed spawning season for
all recreational and commercial har-
vest of shallow-water groupers in Gulf
state waters.
The proposed grouper rules also
would reduce the commercial mini-
mum-size limit for Gulf red grouper
and all importation and sale of red
grouper from 20 inches to 18 inches to-
tal length. A final public hearing on the
FWC's proposed Gulf grouper rules
will take place in June.
Commissioners also approved a
resolution to request that Gov. Charlie
Crist ask the U.S. Secretary of Com-
merce to provide disaster relief to
Florida's Gulf commercial reef fish
longline industry and related seafood
dealers. This action is needed because
a pending federal emergency rule to
protect sea turtles will effectively close
down the use of longline fishing gear
to catch reef fish in the Gulf. Federal
disaster relief would give the longline
industry time to adjust to the closure
so the industry and' related seafood
dealers can stay in business and con-
tinue to supply fresh grouper for con-
sumers.
The next FWC meeting will be June
17-18 at Crystal River.


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Drama on the dirty diamonds


By BILL GAMBLING
sports@srpressgazette.com

Pace and Niceville are two
teams that together can lead to
a huge crowd and a lot of excite-
ment, especially when both are
on the baseball diamond.
Thursday was no different, as
the Patriots needed a run in the
seventh to ground the Eagles 2-
1.
John Soutullo delivered the
winning run as a single brought
David Casey home with the win-
ning run..
Casey approached third base
as the Eagles center fielder
mishandled the ball and Patri-
ots head coach Charlie Warner
frantically waved Casey on past
third.
The win, was very important
as Pace now has the top seed for
the upcoming District 1-5A play-
offs as Pace (18-2) finished the
district schedule'at 6-0.
C.T. Bradford gave it all he
had Thursday as he struck out
10 and scattered six hits for the
complete game win.
The only mark on Bradford
for the game was a, fifth inning
home run hit by theEagles lead
off hitter.
Pace scored their first run of
the game when Ryan Parazine
singled home Addison Russell.
On Friday Pace defeated
Crestview 8-1.
Zach Potter improved to 6-0


this season as he scattered five
hits while striking out four.
Crestview managed to touch
Potter and the Patriots for a run
in the first inning before Pace
scored eight unanswered runs.
Russell homered while Brad-
ford added two RBIs on a dou-
ble.
Chris Desposito and Josh
Reeves finished the game with
two hits each.
In other baseball action Jay
kept their perfect district mark
in tact with an 8-1 win over Ver-
non.
.Rush Hendricks tossed a
one-hitter for his fourth win of
the season and surrendered one
earned run while striking out
eight.
Jay (14-3; 10-0 in District 1-2A)
scored four runs in the first in-
ning and that was all Hendricks
would need.
Jerod Smith and Hunter
Brown both homered in the
game for the Royals.
Brown and Garrett Lowery
finished the game with two hits
each.
On Thursday the Royals fell
to Gulf Breeze in Gulf Breeze
7-3.
Stephen Brabham worked
five innings -and gave up nine
hits and six earned runs.,
Hunter Boutwell, and Hen-
dricks homered for the Royals
who managed seven hits off Gulf
Breeze pitching.


East Hill defeated Central 10-
2 at home Thursday.
The Jaguars scored two runs
in the first inning and managed
three hits for the game.
In softball action Pace won
two games over District 1-4A
foes.
Friday night the Lady Pats,
defeated Milton 6-1.
Pace (17-7) scored two runs
in the bottom of the second and
third innings to take control of
the game.
Milton (15-8) would manage a
run in the fourth inning, but that
would be all they could get as
Hannah Cutright limited them
to just three hits for the win.
Katie Worley pitched three
innings and took the loss as she
allowed two runs on one hit.
Alyssa Larson, Shauna Vick-
ers, and Rachel Gillis each had
one hit for Milton, while Michelle
Phelps went 2-for-2 with a double
and RBI, while Shelby Brooks
went 2-for-3 with a double and
three RBIs.,
Thursday, Milton fell on the
road to Tate 9-0 as Chelsea Swit-
zerlett took the loss .in three in-
nings of work
Milton managed two hits,
both of which came off the bat of
Tiffany Boisvert.
On Thursday Pace needed
five innings to dispatch Navarre
16-0.
After what started out as a
tight game, the Lady Patriots


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David Casey slides home with the winning run in the bottom
of the seventh inning as Pace defeated Niceville 2-1 Thursday
night. Casey came home on a single by John Soutullo.


broke the game open with 12
runs in the last two innings.
Victoria East pitched a three
hitter for the win, while Shelby
Ellis and .Michelle Phelps fin-
ished the game with three RBIs
each and Brooks added two
more RBIs.
Pace pounded out 16 hits in
the win while Navarre commit-
ted three errors.
Central hosted East'Hill and
won a high scoring game 12-11
Friday.
'Heoton took the win for Cen-


tral as the Lady Jags entered the
bottom of the seventh trailing 11-
10, until they scored two runs off
losing pitcher Melissa Sexton.
On Thursday Central fell at
home to Jay 16-6 in six innings.
The Lady Royals pounded out
11 hits as they improved to 18-5
on the year.
Joy Gandy recorded the win
for Jay as she worked four in-
nings and struck out six
Tessa Hendricks drove in two
runs, while Gandy drove in two
to help her cause.


TPC changes

tourney course

By BILL GAMBLING.
sports@srpressgazette.com

The Milton TPC has announced a change
of plans for their upcoming tournament.
The 2009 Milton TPC will now be played at
Stonebrook Golf Club for all events.
Last year they were able to award one
golfer at Milton a $10,000 scholarship as well
as help with equipment for the Panthers'
boys and girls golf teams.
Now they look to continue that effort even
more with this tournament set to get under-
way with a free clinic on April 24 at Ston-
;ebrook.
Once again this is a three-person scram-
ble but the added bonus of the entry fee is not
only an awesome tournament, but also a free
practice round at each course.
I "It if wasn't for Bubba, Heath and Boo we
would not be having this event," said Rut-
ledge. "I feel we are very fortunate to have
these pro golfers willing to come back and i
help the school and the schools golf team."
Heath, a 1992 Milton grad is the only com-
mitment currently of the three pro golfers,
but Rutledge explained a lot hinges on how
they are doing during the golf season.
"I. know a lot depends on how their sea-
son is-going," said Rutledge. "Boo is trying to
make the Presidents Cup Team this year so
a lot depends on how he is doing in the stand-
ings."
Rutledge pointed out things are a little
different as the tournament has moved. This
should be a much better weekend for the pros
on the tour if they would like to even cometo even come for
just a visit as the TPC is the same week as
the Zurich Bank Classic in New Orleans.'
The clinic itself was a great time last sea-
son as Weekley and Slocum shared a lot of
laughs while playing some golf at the course
they grew up on.
"There is no cost for the golf clinic and it
will be a great thing especially for the young-
er golfers or those who are interested in play-
ing golf," said Rutledge.
/ Saturday and Sunday will. have shotgun
starts at 7:30 a.m. and 1 p.m., as the field will
be limited to the first 88 paid teams.
Your entry fees include tournament entry;
practice round, tee gifts, Friday social, Satur-
day dinner, and on course beverages.
The tournament will help golfers continue
their education as they are looking to offer
a $10,000 scholarship to a boy or girl golfer
each year as well as help with the equipment
needed for the Milton High golf program.
"All three of these young men have made
major commitments to the tournament and
the golf program here at Milton High School,"
said Rutledge, who also serves as- the golf
coach. "None of this would be possible if it
wasn't for them.
"This is a really big thing for a commu-
nity this size to have such an event and have
three golfers playing on the pro tour."
For more information on the tournament
or to register for the tournament you can go
, on-line at www.miltontpc.com.


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West Florida completes sweep of Delta Devils


Special to the Press Gazette

The University of West Flor-
ida baseball team had another
solid performance against Di-
vision I opponent Mississippi
Valley State to earn them a 6-4
victory to complete the three
game sweep of the Delta Dev-
ils. This is the first time all sea-,
son that the Argos have swept
a team in a three game series,
completing the task in their fi-
nal homestand of the year.
The Delta Devils hopped
out to an early and short lived
lead, scoring a run in the top
half of the first inning. The Ar-
gos quickly responded in the
bottom half of the inning with
two runs of their own to take a
2-1 advantage.
The Argos would tack on a
run in the third before posting
two more runs in the fifth in-
ning to make it a 5-2 ballgame.
Cody Campbell drove home
the first run of the inning on
a single up the middle before
Brandon Brewer laid down a
perfect bunt with bases loaded
to score Lee Hiiggins on the


safety squeeze. /
In the game Campbell was
a solid 3-for-4 while driving in
two runs at the plate for the
Argos.
After taking on a run in the
sixth the Delta Devils would
pull within two as Willie Mays
came home to score on a wild
pitch to make it 6-4
Ryan Sorce would come on
for the ninth to record his third
save of the season as the Argos
would go on to win 6-4. The
Argos improve to 30-19 on the
season and 20-10 at home this
season as that was their final
home series of the season.
The Argos will conclude
their 2009 campaign next
weekend when they travel to
Gulf South Conference rival,
Valdosta State. The series will
prove to be the deciding factor
in whether or not both teams
reach the GSC Tournament in
Millington, Tenn. May 4th.
For the first time all season
the University of West Florida
baseball completed a sweep of
a doubleheader, taking down
visiting Division I foe Missis-
sippi Valley State 1;0 and 2-0


on Senior Day at Jim Spooner
Field at Pelican Park Game
one starting pitcher Kyle
Ramsey along with fellow se-
niors Lee Huggins, Jon Sintes
and Billy Whitaker were hon-
ored in a pregame ceremony
as this is the Argos final home
series of the 2009 season.
Ramsey, in his final start at
Jim Spooner Field as an Argo-
naut, started the game off in
excellent fashion as he struck
out the side in order in the top
half of the first. That was just
the beginning to the pitchers'
duel ahead of them. Through
seven innings both pitchers
combined to allow no runs on
just 10 hits and 10 strikeouts.
In the game Ramsey tossed
eight shutout innings, scatter-
ing four hits while striking out
seven Mississippi Valley State
hitters.
It was not until the bottom
the ninth that the Argos of-
fense put together a rally to
scratch a run across. After
a leadoff walk and a single
by Cody Campbell, Brandon
Brewer was hit by the pitch
to load the bases with one


out. With the infield drawn
in, Delta Devils first baseman
Sean Bard made a diving stop
on a Kyle Brown groundball in
hole.. By the time he got to his
feet there was no play as pinch
runner Jimmy Boswell came
home to score from third for
the game winning run.
It was much of the same
story in game two as great Ar-
gonaut pitching and defense
led the Argos to a 2-0 victory.
The Argos jumped out on
top in the bottom half of the sec-
ond on a Justin Bennett RBI
double to right center which
scored Eric Kroll, who singled
to lead off the inning. The Ar-
gos tacked on their second
and final run of the game in
the sixth as Brandon Brewer
drove in Bennett on a single
back up the middle.
John Church, making his
first start of the season was
solid on the mound for the
Argonauts. Church went the
distance tossing seven shut-
out innings, scattering three
hits while mowing down eight
as he improved to 7-3 on the
season,0


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This year they are continuing the tradition
with a solid line up of niusic and entertainment
on tw6 different stages along north and south
Willing Street along with a variety of food ven-
dors, arts and crafts, along with a vintage mili-
tary display.
Something should provide itself to entertain
even the pickiest member of the family along
the Blackwater River of Milton.
Also entertaining is how Milton's history led
to the name of the Scratch Ankle Festival.
Before becoming known as Milton or Mill-
town, the area was called Scratch Ankle for it
propensity to grow briars.
Another nickname for the area, due to the
large number of lumber barges that traveled
the Blackwater River was Scottsman's Anchor-
age.
According to some historians it also lent it-
self to the name Scratch Ankle.
And if you want to try your hand at baking,
the Blackwater Bistro is holding a Berry Bake
Off this year.
The cost to enter is free and there are nu-
merous prizes to be awarded for your creations
with any kind of berry, but do offer some origi-
nality to set your entry apart from the many de-
lectable ones expected to be entered.
The deadline to enter this contest is 2 p.m.
on Saturday and they need to be taken to the
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Young Professionals to host


Kick-off Celebration


Special to the Press Gazette
The Santa Rosa Young
Professionals (SRYP)
organization will host its
official Kick-off Celebra-
tion on Friday, April 24
at Cocodrie's on Navarre
Beach starting at 6 p.m.
The event will begin with
an informal networking
session until 6:30 p.m.
A presentation by the
organization's founder
and president Jayer Wil-
liamson will follow. The
event will also feature
a variety of door prizes,
free appetizers and live
music on the back deck of
Cocodrie's.
The Santa Rosa Young
Professionals (SYRP)
is a new organization
designed to engage up-
and-coming leaders, 21
years of age or older who
live or work in the Santa
Rosa area. Members
are given opportunities


for professional develop-
ment through network-
ing and social interaction
among young profession-
als, while emphasizing
community involvement
to make a positive impact
on Santa Rosa County.
"With the economy in
it's current state,' I feel
that organizations such
as SRYP bring enthusi-
asm and a positive out-
look to the community.
With this excited energy
I .aim to be a part of the
group that bridges the di-
vide in Santa Rdsa Coun-
ty," said Betsey Soles a
SRYP board member and,
co-owner of Cajun Peach
Events in Navarre.
The celebration is free
and open to current and
prospective members of
SRYP However, attend-
ees are encouraged to
consider membership, as
the, organization's board
members will be avail-


able to take applications
and payments to join.
The membership fee for
SRYP is $75,per year and
includes: a SYRP T-shirt,
online membership direc-
tory, attendance at SRYP
sponsored events at no
cost or a reduced rate
and much more.
"I joined SRYP to net-
work with the new mov-
ers and shakers of Santa
Rosa County. SRYP ap-
pealed to me because
it gives the opportunity
to connect with the con-
temporaries of our time,
while making friends and
moving Santa Rosa Coun-
ty forward," said SRYP
board member Marianne
Back of the United Way of
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For more information
on SRYP or the kick-off
celebration, please con-
tact Jayer Williamson at
info@sryp.org or call 850-
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Dawn Speranza, daughter
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Speranza of Framingham,
MA and Milton, FL, and
Scott Graunke, son of Don-
ald and Judith Graunke of
Faribault, MN, were mar-
ried June 28, 2008 at the
Sandia Pueblo Indian Res-
ervation in Albuquerque,
NM,.as an homage to the
bride's maternal Native
American heritage.
The bride was given in
marriage by her father,
and the Rev. Linda Mertz
officiated the ceremony. A
reception followed at the
Hyatt Hotel and Sandia,
Golf Course.
Co-matrons of honor
were sisters of the bride,
Janet S. Cole, of Easton,
MA, and Carolyn, S. Hou-
ley, of Hopkinton, Mass.
Honorary attendants were
lifelong friends Paula
Brackett, Jane Tucceri,
Nannette Paulson. Flower
girls were nieces of the
bride, Isabella Houley and
Victoria Cole.
Best man was the
brother of the groom,
Brent Graunke, of Farib-
ault, Minn. The Lector was
Kent Lea, brother-in-law


of the groom.
Groomsman was Brad-
ford Cole, nephew of the
bride.
The parents of the
couple then sponsored a
white-water rafting trip
the next day for the imme-.
diate family and wedding
party at the Taos Recre-
ational Area, N.M.
The bride is a gradu-
ate of Framingham North
High School. She received
her Bachelor, of Science
degree in biology from
Tulane University, New
Orleans and her master's
degree in science from the
University of Massachu-
setts at Amherst. She is
employed as an engineer
and project manager at
the global, fab materials
health and safety depart-
ment, world-wide for IN-
TEL.
The groom is a graduate
of Faribault High School,
Faribault, Minn, received
his Bachelor of Science de-
gree in health education,
a degree in criminology;
and a master's degree in
environmental health and
safety from the University
of New Mexico, and gradu-
ated Summa Cum Laude.
He was chosen MVP in
Football in his senior year
of college. He is employed


as a facilities operation
manager at INTEL.
A shower was held at
the Tamaya Hyatt Resort
in Santa Ana Pueblo, N.M.
The Grooms' Dinner,
sponsored by his parents,
was held at the Quarters
B.B.G. in Albuquerque. *
The Wedding was co-
ordinated by the bride-
'groonim's friend, Mynette
Kenner.
-The couple planned,
a "Trifecta" honeymoon.
The first phase was at a
fishing lodge in Alaska,
the second phase was go-
ing to Germany, the Czech
Republic and Holland; and
the third phase is at a later
date a safari to Africa and
then to the Fiji Islands.
The couple lives in their
hacienda in Rio Rancho,
N.M. '
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wedding
took place
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homage to
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North Stage
10:30 Sawgrass Revival
12:30 Adam Wagler
2:30 Robby Tucker
4:30 Blackwater Pearl
6:30 Stone Avenue
Berry Bake Off
Blackwater Bistro
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South Stage
10:00 Karaoke contest winners
11:00 Crowning of the King & Queen
11:30 Aspire Dance Troupe
12:00 Milton High Jazz Band
2:00 Lance Cook
4:00 White Line Fever
6:00 Jourdan Pace
6:30 Rusty Whitfield


Sunday April 26th 10:00 a.m. 6:00 p.m.
North Stage South Stage
10:30 Jourdan Pace 10:00 Side Bet Band
11:30 Cliff Krut 12:00 Nick King
12:30 Soul Society F.A.C.E. 2:00 The Accoustic Project
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Child Abuse
prevention month
ceremony April 24
April is a time to em-
phasize the important role
that communities play in
protecting children from
abuse and neglect. To fur-
ther this emphasis, the
Family Resource Program
of Santa Rosa Inc., will
hold a short ceremony on
Friday, April 24 at 12 noon
at the south pavilion of
Milton's Riverwalk. The
keynote speaker will be
Judge Marcie Goodman.
The public is invited.

Milton Benevolent
Cemetery Board
meeting this Monday
The Milton Benevolent
Cemetery Board will meet
on Monday, April 27 at 2
p.m. in conference room
B of City Hall, 6738 Dixon
Street. For further infor-
mation on the meeting,
contact the city manag-
er's Office at 983-5411. All
meetings are open to the
public.

Milton Cemetery
news for April
New signs are now
posted in Milton Cemetery
with the several rules for
those visiting the historic
burial ground, including
the recently approved' City
Ordinance, which prohib-


its walking dogs. The cem-
etery has been designated
as a Park.
The City of Milton does
have a designated dog park
located at the north end of
Harber Landing Park, for
the convenience of those
who need the facility. The
cemetery is still open for
those who do their daily
walking for health around
the perimeter road, offer-
ing a safe, pleasant place
to walk.
Bill Bledsoe, cemetery
manager, notes that there
are still grave sites avail-
able for sale. Also, there
will be a major volunteer
clean-up day of Saturday,
May 9, from 8 a.m. until...
The Marine Cops League
and the Milton NJROTC
have adopted- the Ceme-
tery as their Adopt-A-Spot
Project. Anyone may par-
ticipate.
For information about.
Milton Cemetery,. contact
Bledsoe at 850/686-1122.

Free seminar
scheduled at the
Navarre Garden Club
On May 2nd from 10 to
noon, the Navarre Garden
Club -will be sponsoring a
free seminar on Butterfly
Gardening, at the Butter-
fly House. .
The seminar will be
done by Theresa Friday,
Santa Rosa County Exten-
sion Agent, and the public
is invited.


If you enjoy the annual
migration, be sure to learn
how to make your yard
an inviting habitat for our
beautiful visitors. They
have a long way to go and
need to sustenance along
the way.
The Navarre Garden
Club sponsors a number of
free classes and activities
for the public during the
year, and, of course, always
welcomes new Members.
For information on the
Butterfly Gardening semi-
nar, please call Kay at 936-
1017.

Minority Business
Enterprise certification
free seminar
The Small Business De-
velopment Center at the
University of West Flori-
da (401 E. Chase Street,
,suite 100) is presenting
a Brown-Bag Lunch on
Wednesday, May 6,' 2009
from noon until 1 p.m. en-
titled "Minority Business
Enterprise (MBE) Cer-
tification." Discover the
benefits of the M BE status
and learn about the certifi-
cation process. This semi-
nar is free. Presentation is
by Laura Subel, Manager,
Florida PTAC Program.
Since our funding agency
requires a minimum num-
ber of attendees, we cancel
workshops that don't meet
these requirements. Pre-
registration is strongly
recommended. Attendees


are encouraged to bring
their own lunch. For fur-
ther information, or to reg-
ister call 850-473-7830 or go
to the Web site www.sbdc.
uwf.edu.
Also being offered is a
workshop entitled, "Are
You Registered With The
Federal Government?" on
Friday, May 8th from noon
to 1 p.m. This workshop
will explain what infor-
mation is required, how
to register and how the
information is used. This
workshop is free, however,
pre-registration is recom-
mended. To register, call,
Vanessa McCall at 850-473-
7826 or Diane Miller at 850-
473-7830., Visit the PTAC
website at www.fptac.org
for more information. Pre-
sentation will be by PTAC
Program Manager, Laura
Subel. ,

Navarre Garden
Club's spring fling
The 'Navarre Garden
Club will present its An-
nual Spring Fling on Fri-
day. April 24th from 11 a.m.
- 1:30 p.m. at the Navarre
Conference Center on Hwy
.98, just behind Taco Bell.,
This luncheon is held each'
year to usher in the spring
gardening season.
The event includes a
tasting luncheon, with of-
ferings by most of the area-
restaurants. The program
will include a cooking
demonstration by execu-
tive chef Stephanie Cor-


neal, of the Tuscan Grill.
As always, there will be
hundreds of plants for sale
at very reasonable prices,
as well as beautiful craft
items created by the ladies
of the Garden Club.
Don't miss this very
special event. For infor-
mation or tickets call 936-
7310.

A 'Bubba Live'
.. presentation
The Panhandle Writ-
ers Group will present "a
comedy/farce" written
by collaborating local au-
thors 3ubba Live! on Fri-.
day, May 1, 7 p.m., at 4644
Woodbine Rd., in Pace, at
Storage Master Complex.
Thirty complimentary
tickets will be given away
on, a first-come, first-serve
basis. Request your com-
plimentary ticket from
WritersGalleryms@aol.
com. It will be sent via e-
mail to you.

American Legion Post
78 open house, flag
pole dedication
American Legion Post
78 will hold the Flag Pole
dedication, originally
scheduled for 28 March, on
Saturday the 25 of April.
The events will start at
10:00 with RSVP .present-
ing volunteer awards for
the year. At 1:00 the flag
pole dedication will be-
gin. The flag pole is being


dedicated to George Alack
Faulk, CCM USN Retired
1919-1941, a World War
I, World War II Veteran.
George was a Santa Rosa
County Native, who died
in 1996. George was sta-
tioned in Paris France at
the end of World War I and
was one of the founders of
the American legion.
Covenant Hospice will
be at the American Legion
providing their Five Wish-
es Program to any one
who has not filled out the
necessary, paper work for
medical treatment when
they may become serious-
ly ill and unable to make
decisions. This service will
be provided at no cost.
There will also be a
yard sell, food and drinks,
a bake sale and a plant
sale. All proceeds will go
toward the purchase of the
flag pole.
For more information
call Tom Griffith, Post
Commander at 712- 6737.

'Art is all you
need' exhibit
Blue Morning Gallery,
located at 112 Palafox
Place in Pensacola, will
have on exhibit 'Art is all
you need' now through
May 2nd. Featured artists
will be Margret Hildreth,
photografer/jewelry, Jan
Kurtz, painter/jewelry, and
Pauleene Smith, watercol-
or. Opening reception will
be Friday, April 25, from
5-8 p.m.


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Specid Thanks
to the following businesses for donating door
prizes for our Annual Easter, Egg. Hunt this past
weekend"(April 11 th') '"It was a Huge Success":

1-2-3 Fit Pace
Alyssa's Antique Depot
Big Daddy's Barbecue
Billy-Bob's Barbecue
Chick Fil-A at the Ridge ,.
Cici's Pizza of Pace
Coffee Break Cafe on Woodbine,
Farm Bureau Insurance (Donn Raley)
: Gunner's Gulf Coast Jewelers & Gifts
Hom/Ade Foods, Inc. (Mary B's)
Jack's Tree Service
Lawn & Garden Equipment/John Deere
Martial Arts America
Oops Alley Entertainment
The Penton House Salon '& Day Spa
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Woodbine Cleaners


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NOTICE OF ACTION YOUR FAILURE TO AP- 02 degrees 11 minutes
PEAR OR RESPOND 27 seconds East along
BEFORE THE BOARD SHALL BE TREATED said West line of'the
OF NURSING AS A CONSENT TO Southeast Quarter of
: ERMINATION OF PA- Section 25 for a dis-
IN RE: The license to RENTAL RIGHTS AND tance of 25 feet, more
practice nursing of YOU SHALL -PERMA- or less, to the center-
NENTLY LOSE ALL LE- line of a creek; thence
Doll R. James, C.N.A GAL RIGHTS AS A meander Easterly'
4891 Tealwood Drivet PARENT TO THE along said centerline of
Tampa, Florida 33614' CHILD NAMED IN THE a creek to a point of in-
PETITION 'FOR TERMI- tersection with. a line
CASE .NO.:' NATION OF PAREN- passed through the
2007-06219 TAL RIGHTS. Point of Beginning,
having. a bearing of
'LICENSE NO.: CNA WITNESS my hand as North 01 degrees 37
112381 the Clerk of said Court minutes 57 seconds
and. the Seal thereof,. East, thence go South
The Department of this 30 doa) of March, 01 degrees 37 minutes
Healthhas filed an Ad- 2009. 57 seconds West a dis-
ministrative Complaint tance of 26 feet, .more
against you, a copy of CLERK OF COURT or less, to a point lying
which may bte obtained SANTA ROSA South 72 degrees 50
.by contacting, Michael COUNTY, FLORIDA minutes 11 seconds
Lawrence, Jr. Assistant CIRCUIT,COURT SEAL East a distance of
General Counsel, Pros- By: Nicki Norton 240.25 feet from the
ecution 'Services Unit, Deputy Clerk aforementioned Point
4052 Bald Cypress "A"; thence continue
Way, Bin #C65, Talla- Q40809 South 01 degrees 37
hassee Florida 041509 minutes 57:1 seconds
32399-3265, (850), 042209 West f:.r a di;iar,:.-e of
245-4640' 042909 491.87 leei I,:, ine Point
.f ; 41478 of Beginning. The
If no contact has been above described parcel
made by you concern- of land is situated in
ing the above by May 6, Section 25, Township 2
2009, the matter of the Legal 4/515 North, Range 30 West,
Administrative Corn- Santa. Rosa County,
plaint will be presented IN THE CIRCUIT Florida, and contains
at an ensuing meeting COURT IN AND FOR 2.98 acres, more or
of the Board of Nursing :SANTA ROSA less.
- in formal proceeding. COUNTY, FLORIDA
CIVIL DIVISION Any person claiming an
In accordance with the CASE NO.: interest in the surplus
Americans with Disabil- 09000031CA from the sale, if any,
cities Act, .persons need- DIVISION: other than the property
ing a- special adcom- owner as of the date of
modation to participate GULF WINDS FED- the lis pehdens must
in this proceeding ERAL CREDIT UNION file a claim within 60
should contact the indi- f/k/a MONSANTO EM- days after the sale.,
vidual or agency send- PLOYEES CREDIT UN-
ing this notice not later ION, In accordance with the
than seven days prior AMERICANS WITH
to" the proceeding at Plaintiff, DISABILITIES ACT, if
the address given on you are a person with a
th# notice, Telephone: vs. disability who needs
(850) 245-4640, any accommodation in
1-800-955-8771 (TDD)' JEFFREY D. ANDER- order to participate in a
or 1-800-955-8770(v), SON and ROBIN D. court proceeding, you
via Florida Relay Serv- ANDERSON, Husband are entitled, at no cost
ice. and Wife, GMAC to you, to the provision
MORTGAGE, LLC, a of certain assistance.
040109 Delaware Limited Lia- Please contact Brenda
040809 ability Company f/k/a VanBrusse, Chief Dep-
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042209 CORPORATION, and tor. Office of Court
4/450 STATE OF FLORIDA- Administration, at
DEPARTMENT OF (850) 623-3159 at the
Legal 4/478 REVENUE, Santa Rosa County
Courthouse, 6865 SW
IN. THE CIRCUIT Defendants. Caroline Street, Mil-
COURT OF THE ton, Florida 32570,
FIRST 'JUDICIAL CIR- NOTICE OF SALE within two working.
CUIT IN AND FOR d~ays of your receipt of
SANTA ROSA Pursuant to .the Sum- this Notice of Sale. If
COUNTY, FLORIDA mary Final Judgment of you are hearing or
JUVENILE DIVISION Foreclosure entered in voice Impaired, call
CASE NUMBER the above-captioned 711.
04-DP-90 cause pending in the
above Court, the un- WITNESS my hand and
IN THE INTEREST OF: designed, MARY M. the official seal of this
JOHNSON, Clerk of the Court ori this 8 day of
E.S. 12/13/2008 above Court, will on the April, 2009.
A MINOR CHILD 29 day of April, 2009,
between the hours of MARY M. JOHNSON
TO: Tammy Rene 11:00 a.m. and 2:00 As Clerk of the Court.
Schultheis, Mother p.m., on the front steps CIRCUIT COURT
And Unknown Father of the Courthouse at SEAL
of: E.S., minor child 6865 Caroline Street, By: Angela Dunn
Milton, Florida 32570, Deputy Clerk
YOU ARE HEREBY NO- offer for sale and sell at
TIFIED that a Petition public outcry to the Is/ Thomas G. VAN.
under oath has -been highest bidder for cash MATRE, JR., of
filed in theabove styled the following described Taylor & Van Matre,
Court for the termina- property situate in RA.
tion of parental rights of Santa .Rosa County, Florida Bar No.:
E. S., a male child, Florida: 195250
born in Santa Rosa 4300 Bayou Boule-
County, Florida, on De- Commence at the, vard/Suite 16
-cember 13, 2008, by Southeast corner of Pensacola, Florida
the Department of Chil- Section 25, Township 2 32503
dren and Family Ser- North, Range 30 West, (850) 474-1030
vices, for subsequent Santa Rosa County,
adoption, and you are Florida; thence go 041809
hereby commanded to North 88 degrees 22 042209
be and appear before minutes 03 seconds 4/515
the Honorable Marci L. West along the South
Goodman, Judge of line of the Southeast_
the Circuit Court in and Quarter of said Section Legal 4/519
Sfor Santa Rosa County, 25 for a distance of
Florida, at the Santa 2416.30 feet for 'the PUBLIC NOTICE:
I Rosa County Court- point of Beginning;
house, 6865 Caroline thence continue North Let it be known to all
Street, Milton, FL 88 degrees 22 minutes .men, that I, Tanya Ma-
32570, on the 26th day 03 seconds West along rieAhderson, a living
of May, 2009 at 9:00 said South line of the soul, am not presently
a.m. You must either Southeast Quarter of nor in the future liable
appear on the date and Section 25 for a dis- for any debts of TANYA
at the time specified or tance of 236.90 feet to MARIE ANDERSON, an
send a written re- the Southwest corner unregistered trust oper-
sponse to -the Court of said Southeast Quar- eating in this jurisdiction
ter of Section 25; of unknown origin.
thence go North 02 de-
grees" 11 minutes 27 By: Tanya Marie Ander-
seconds East along son
the West line of said
AI0 Southeast Quarter of 042209
Section 25 for a dis- 042909
tance of 556.23 feet to 050609
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Legal 4/520 ING AN INTEREST IN
THE SURPLUS FROM
IN THE CIRCUIT THE SALE, IF ANY,
COURT FOR SANTA OTHER THAN THE
ROSA COUNTY, PROPERTY OWNER
FLORIDA. CIVIL DIVI- AS OF THE DATE OF
SION THE LIS. PENDENS
CASE NO. MUST' FILE A CLAIM
512008CA000106 WITHIN 60 DAYS AF-
XXX)XXX TER THE SALE.
AURORA'. LOAN SER- If you are a person with
VICES, LLC, a disability who needs
Plaintiff, any accommodation in
vs. order to participate in
this proceeding, you
ROGER S. GOLDEN; et are entitled, at no cost
al., to you, to the provision
Defendants.- of certain assistance.
Please contact the
RE-NOTICE OF SALE Clerk of the Court's at
PURSUANT TO 850-623-0135, 6865
CHAPTER 45 Caroline Street, Milton;
FL 32570. If you are
NOTICE IS HEREBY hearing, or voice im-
GIVEN pursuant to an' paired, call'
Order or Summary Fi- 1-800-955-8771.
nal Judgment of fore- DATED at Milton, Flor-
closure dated ??, and ida, on April 17, 2009.
an Order Resetting
Sale dated December MARY M. JOHNSON
19, 2008, and entered As Clerk, Circuit Court
in Case No. CIRCUIT COURT SEAL
512008CAb00166XXXX ,By: Brandy Norris
XX of the Circuit Court As Deputy Clerk
of the First. Judicial Cir-
cuit in and for Santa SMITH, HIATT & DIAZ,
Rosa County,' Florida, RA.
wherein Aurora Loan Attorneys for Plaintiff
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the North Front Door of
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IN THE CIRCUIT OF
THE 1st JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLOR-
IDA, IN AND FOR
SANTA ROSA
COUNTY
Case #:
2009-CA-000548
Division #: C
UNC:
Deutsche Bank Na-
tional Trust Company,
as Indenture Trustee
for American Home
Mortgage Investment
Trust 2006-1,
Mortgage-Backed
Notes, Series 2006-1,
Plaintiff,
-vs.-
Michael N. Martino and
Caryn E. Martino, Hus-
band and Wife; John
M. Fleishman; White
Oak Properties, Inc.;
State of Florida, De-
partment of-Revenue;
LIr r.,:o.',, Pan.ei in
P - .:. ..:.-. 1 Un-
known Parties in Pos-
session #2; If *living,
and all Unknown Par-
ties claiming by,
through, under and
against the above
named Defendant(s)
who are not known to
be dead or alive,
whether said Unknown
Parties may claim ari
interest as Spouse,



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eas, or Other Claimants
IDefendant(s),

jORECLOSUFRE PROON
CEEDINGS PROP-

TO:
John M. Fleishman;
ADDRESS UNKNOWN
IBUT WHOSE LAST
K',NOWN ADDRESS IS:
3628 Burton Circle, Na-
varre, FL 32566
Residence unknown, if
driving, including any un-
known spouse of said
Defendants, if either
'has remarried and if ei-
ther or both of said De-
fendants are dead,
'their respective un-
known heirs, devisees,
grantees, assignees,
creditors, lienors, and
trustees, and all other
persons claiming by,
'through, under, or
against the named De-
fendant(s); and the
aforementioned named
Defendants) and such
of the aforementioned.
unknown Defendants
aInd such of the afore-
mentioned unknown
Defendants as may be
infants, incompetents
or otherwise not sui ju-
ris.
YOU ARE HEREBY NO-
TIFIED that an action
has been commenced
to foreclose a mort-
!:lage on the following
real property, lying and
t:ieing and situated in
Sianta Rosa County,
Florida, more partipu-
larly described as fol-
lows:
LOT 44, BLOCK F,
HAMPTON RIDGE
ESTATES-FIRST ADDI-
TION, BEING A POR-
TION OF SECTION 16,
* TOWNSHIP 2, SOUTH,
RANGE 26 -WEST,
SANTA ROSA
COUNTY, FLORIDA,
ACCORDING TO PLAT
RECORDED IN PLAT
BOOK 9, PAGE(S).20
AND 21, OF THE PUB-
LIC RECORDS OF
SAID COUNTY
more commonly known
ias 2161 Chatsworth
Drive, Navarre, FL
32566.
"This- action has been
filed against you and
you are required to
isetve a copy of your
written defense, if any,
upon SHAPIRO &
IFISHMAN,, LLP, Attor-
neys for Plaintiff, whose
address is 10004 N.
Dale Mabry Highway,
:Suite 112, Tampa, FL
S33618, within thirty (30)
days after the first pub-
lication of this. notice
and file the original with
'the .clerk of this Court
either before'service on
Plaintiff's attorney or


immediately tere aner; at 11:00 a.m., on this Legal 4/4 u, ,,,t aii t ao u uooI
otherwise a default will of Ma 2009 bidder or cash at
be entered against you the foling described Salvaging of North STEPS OF THE SANTA
for the relief demanded property as set forth in West Florida has up ROSA COUNTY
in the Complaint. ap al Judment, to for public auction the COURTHOUSE at
WITNESS my hand and Final Judgment, t following vessels and 11:00AM, on the 27 day
the seal of this Court vehicles that was re- of May, 2009, the fol-
on the 17 day of April, SEE EXHIBIT "A" covered, which re- lowing described prop-
2009. mains unclaimed, or erty as set forth in said
Exhibit "A"' for which recovery, Final Judgment A:
MARY M. JOHNSON towing or storage re-
Circuit and County THE FOLLOWING main unpaid. LOT 1, PHASE IX,
Courts LAND SITUATED IN HOLLEY CLUB, AC-
CIRCUIT COURT SEAL SANTA ROSA Year/Model/VNIN:, 1993 CORDING TO THE
By: J. Watkins COUNTY, FLORIDA, FORD F-350 PLAT THEREOF, RE-
Deputy Clerk TO WIT: 2FTJW35G8PCB31125 CORDED IN PLAT
Year / Model/VIN:-1986 BOOK E, AT PAGE 93,
042209 LOT 5, BLOCK C, SEN- BAYLINER BOAT OF THE PUBLIC REC-
042909 ECA POINT, A SUBDI- BLBA38CBL586 ORDS OF SANTA
4/521 VISION OF A PORTION Year /Model/VIN: 1988 ROSA COUNTY,
OF SECTION 35 SEARS GAMEFISHER FLORIDA
TOWNSHIP 1 NORTH,' MFG 05022 C8 88
Legal 4/522 RANGE 29 WEST' Year /Model/VIN: 1975 A/K/A 2845 PEBBLE
SANTA ROSA 0 U A C H I T A BEACH DRIVE, NA-
IN THE CIRCUIT COUNTY, FLORIDA XMRB0286M75A VARRE, FL 32566
COURT OF THE 1ST ACCORDING TO PLAf Year /Model/VIN: 2000
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN RECORDED IN PLAT C H E V R 0 L E T Any person claiming an
AND FOR SANTA BOOK E, PAGE 32, 3GNEC16T6YG136720 interest in the surplus
ROSA COUNTY, PUBLIC RECORDS OF from the sale, if any,
FLORIDA SAID COUNTY The location of the other than the property
CIVIL DIVISION auction will be at 5015 owner as of the date of
CASE NO. BEING THE SAME BRAXTON LANE the Lis Pendens must
08-000651-CA PROPERTY CON- PACE, FL32571 On file a claim within sixty
VEYED TO WILLIAM A. date 05/10/09 7:00AM (60) days after the sale.
THE BANK OF NEW LAND AND SHARI L.
YORK AS SUCCES- LAND, HUSBAND AND 042209 (1) WITNESS MY HAND
SOR'TRUSTEE UNDER WIFE BY DEED FROM 45 and the seal of this
NOVASTAR MORT- THOMAS HOME COR- Legal 4/524 Court on April 16, 2009.
GAGE FUNDING PORTION. RE-
TRUST 2005-4 CORDED 11/25/2002 IN', THE CIRCUIT Mary M. Johnson
Plaintiff, IN DEED BOOK 2076 COURT OF THE Clerk of the Circuit
PAGE 990, IN THE FIRST JUDICIAL CIR- Court
vs. PUBLIC RECORDS OF CUlT IN AND FOR CIRCUIT COURT SEAL
SANTA ROSA SANTA ROSA 'By: Brandy Norris
WILLIAM A. LAND; COUNTY, FLORIDA: COUNTY, FLORIDA Deputy Clerk
SHARI LAND; UN- CIVIL ACTION
KNOWN PERSON(S) A person claiming an CASE NO. 042209
IN POSSESSION OF interest in the surplus 57-2008-CA-001389 042909
THE SUBJECT PROP- from the sale, if, any, DIVISION C C 4/5
ERTY; MORTGAGE other than the property,
ELECTRONIC REGIS- owner as of the date of WELLS FARGO BANK,
TRATION SYSTEMS, the lis pendens but file NA, Legal 4/525
INC.,. AS. NOMINEE a claim within 60 days Legal4/525
FOR COUNTRYWIDE after the sale.. Plaintiff, IN THE CIRCUIT
HOME LOANS, INC.; vs. NOURT COF THE 1ST
Defendants. Dated this 14, day of PULLUM AIK/A OUDIIL I I I
NOTICE OF FORE- 200BETTY J. PULLUM -AND FOR SANTA
CLOSURE SALE MARY M. JOHNSON A/K/A BETTY JEANNE ROSA D COUNTY,
As Clerk of said Court PULLUM, et al, FLORIDA
NOTICE IS HEREBY CIRCUIT COURT SEAL Defendant(s). CIVIL DIVISION.
GIVEN pursuant to an By: J. Watkins CASE NO.:
Order Rescheduling As Deputy Clerk NOTICE OF RE- 57-2009-CA-000498
Foreclosure Sale dated SCHEDULED FORE-
April 14, 2009, and en- This notice is provided CLOSURESALE AURORA LOAN SER-
tered in Case No. pursuant to Administra- VICES,-LLC,
08-000651-CA, of the tive Order No. 2.065. NOTICE IS HEREBY Plaintiff,
Circuit Court of the 1ST In accordance with the GIVEN pursuant to an vs.
Judicial Circuit in and Americans with Disabil- Order Rescheduling C H R I ST0 HE R
for SANTA 'ROSA cities Act, if you are a Foreclosure Sale dated RONALD GLEN
County, Florida. THE personwith a disability April :15, 2009 and en- HELMS, et al;
BANK OF NEW YORK who needs any accom- tered in Case NO. Defendants.,
AS SUCCESSOR modation in order to 57-2008-CA-001389 of
TRUSTEE UNDER participate in this pro- the Circuit Court of the NOTICE OF ACTION
NOVASTAR F MORT- N ceeding, you are enti- FIRST 'Judicial Circuit
GAGE FUNDING tied, at no cost to you, in and for .SANTA TO:.
TRUST 2005-4 is Plain- to provisions of certain ROSA County, Florida C H R I S T0 P H E R
tiff and WILLIAM A. assistance. Please con- wherein' WELLS
LAND; SHARI LAND; tact the Court Adminis- FARGO BANK; NA,. is
UNKNOWN PER- trator at 6865' Caroline the Plaintiff and BETTY
SON(S) IN POSSES- Street, Milton, Fl 32570, PULLUM A/K/A BETTY
SION OF THE SUB- Phone No. J., PULLUM, A/K/A
JECT .PROPERTY; (850)623-0135 exten- BETTY JEANNE
MORTGAGE ELEC- sioh 1012 .within 2 PULLUM; SUNTRUST
TRONIC -REGISTRA- working days 'of your BANK; HOLLY BY THE
TION SYSTEMS, INC., receipt of this notice or SEA- IMPROVEMENT
AS NOMINEE FOR 'pleading;, if you are ASSOCIATION,;- INC.;
COUNTRYWIDE HOME hearing Impaired, call TENANT #1 N/K/A
LOANS, INC.; are De- 1.800-955.8771 (TDD); MARTIE FREDERICKS;
feridants. I will sell to if you are voice inm TENANT #2 N/K/A/,JR
the highest; and best paired,' call REIVER are 'the De-
bidder for cash At The 1-800-955-8770 (V) (Via fendants, I will sell to
North Front Steps Of Florida Relay Services) .
The Courthouse., At ,
Circuit Civil 6816 Caro- 042209 '
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RONALD GLEN
HELMS
Last Known Address:
6656 Maple Street, Mil-
ton, FL 32570
Also Attempted At: 411
West Gadsden Street,
Pensacola, FL 32501
and 850 W Tremaine
Ave., Gilbert, AZ 85233
Current Residence Un-
known
RACHEL JACQUE-
LYNE HELMS
Last Known Address:
6656 Maple Street, Mil-
ton, FL 32570
Also Attempted At: 411
West Gadsden Street,
Pensacola, FL 32501
and 850 W Tremaine
Ave., Gilbert, AZ 85233
Current Residence Un-
known
YOU ARE NOTIFIED
that an action for Fore-
closure of Mortgage on
the following described
property:
LOT 10, BLOCK 4, IN
OAKHURST SUBDIVI-
SION, A SUBDIVISION
OF A PORTION OF
SECTION 34, TOWN-
SHIP 2 NORTH,
RANGE 28 WEST,
SANTA ROSA
COUNTY, FLORIDA,
ACCORDING TO
PLAT OF SAID SUBDI-
VISION, RECORDED
IN PLAT BOOK A, AT
PAGE '84, OF THE
PUBLIC RECORDS,
SANTA ROSA
COUNTY, FLORIDA.
Has been filed against
you and you are re-
quired to serve a copy
*of your written de-
fenses, if any, to it, on
Marshall C.- Watson,.
RA., Attorn6y for Plain-
tiff, whose address is
1800 NW --49TH
STREET, SUITE 120,
FT. LAUDERDALE FL
33309 on or before
May 25, 2009, a date
which is within thirty
(30) days after the first
publication of this No-
tice in the (THE PRESS
GAZETTE. IN MILTON)
and file the original with
the Clerk of this Court
either before service on
Plaintiff's attorney ,or
immediately thereafter;
otherwise a default will
be entered against you
for the relief demanded
in the complaint.


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1. Capital of Tibet
6. Burn with a hot liquid
11. Not easily arrived at
13. The 6th letter
15. Tinged with a golden color
16. Measure of illumination
(abbr.)
18. The Show Me state
19. Nictated
20. 4n alternative
21. Bahgdad's nation (alt. sp.)
24. Pigeon sound,
25. Classical composer Thomas
Augustine
27. Construct again
28. Autonomic nervpus system
'29. A flock of quail
30. Divine Egyptian beetle
33. Recorded images'



CLUES DOWN

1. and behold
2. A precious metal
3. Pierce with a knife
4. Immaterial part of a person
5. Continent
6. Tall bearskin hats
7. A company of badgers
8. Felt of fearful wonderment
9. City of Angels
10. Atomic #66
12. Fits into a mortise
13. Arabian cheiftans
14."Weather predictors
16. Calling together
17. Hunts for quarry
22. Changed in form or character
23. Altaics
25. Do away with
26. Light sensitive membranes


35. Mimicry
36. Vitr__ : harsh in tone
37. Extensive landed property
38. Relating to the vertebrae
40. Egyptian Sun god.
41. Chicken __ King
44. Satisfy to excess
45. Cincinnati team
46. Quick swim
47. First Chinese dynasty
48. Trauma center
49. Wolfsbane
53. Overdose
54. Set of data,
55. Shape of a witch's hat
.56. Caniadian province
57. A paramount transgression
61. Regions -
62. Bloodsucking worm


31. Mr. Linkletter
32. Tournament round pass
33. Private detectives
34. Jump on one foot
37. Possessed hearing appendages
39. Is ahead of others
41. Youth loved by Aphrodite
42. g: inside surface
43. Situated at the top
49. A unit of area (4840 sq.
yards)
50. Formal close (music)
51. Fairy story
52. Otherwise
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58. One of the six noble gases
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If you are a person with
a Disabilities who need
any accommodation in
order to participate in
this proceeding you are
entitled at no cost to
you to the provisions of
certain assistant please
contact Susan Land at
6865 Caroline Street
Milton, FL 32570,
850-983-1012 within 2
working days of this re-
ceipt of this document.
If you are hearing or
Voice impaired call
1-800-955-8771.
WITNESS my hand and
the seal of this Court
this 17 day of April,
2009.
Mary M. Johnson
As Clerk of the Court
CIRCUIT COURT SEAL
By J. Watkins
As Deputy Clerk
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IN THE CIRCUIT
COURT OF THE
FIRST JUDICIAL CIR-
CUIT, IN AND FOR
SANTA ROSA
COUNTY, FLORIDA
Case No.:
57-2009-CA-000274
HSBC BANK USA,
N.A., AS 'INDENTURE
TRUSTEE FOR THE
REGISTERED
NOTEHOLDERS OF
RENAISSANCE HOME
EQUITY LOAN TRUST
2005-3, RENAISSANCE
HOME EQUITY LOAN
ASS ET-BACKED
NOTES, SERIES
2005-3
Plaintiff,
vs.
STEPHEN D. HOUSE;
et al,
Defendant(s).
NOTICE OF ACTION
To the following De-


fendant(s):
BAY RIDGE PARK AD-
DITIONS ASSOCIA-
TION INC (CURRENT
RESIDENCE UN-
KNOWN)
Last known address:
1564 STANFORD
ROAD, GULF BREEZE,
FL 32563
YOU ARE HEREBY NO-
TIFIED that an action
for Foreclosure of Mort-
gage on the following
described property:
LOT 10, BLOCK 2,
THIRD ADDITION TO
BAY RIDGE PARK, A
SUBDIVISION OF A
PORTION OF THE
EAST ONE HALF
SECTION 30, TOWN-
SHIP 2 SOUTH,
RANGE 28 WEST,
SANTA ROSA
COUNTY, FLORIDA,
ACCORDING TO
PLAT RECORDED IN
PLAT BOOK -B, AT
PAGE 131 qF THE


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Wednesday, April 22, 2009


I an a osas ress
aze -,----


PUBLIC RECORDS
OF SAID COUNTY.
has been filed against
you and you are re-
quired to serve a copy
of your written de-
fenses, if any, to Mark
C. Ella, Esq. at VAN
NESS LAW FIRM, RA.,
Attorney for the Plain-
tiff, whose address is
1239 E. NEWPORT
CENTER DRIVE, SUITE
#110, DEERFIELD
BEACH, FL 33342 on
or before May 25, 2009
a date which is within
thirty (30) days after the
first publication of this
Notice in the THE
SANTA ROSA PRESS
GAZETTE and file the
original with the Clerk
of this Court either be-
fore service on
Plaintiff's attorney .or
immediately thereafter;
otherwise a default will
be entered against you
for the relief demanded
in the complaint.
In accordance with
the Amnericans. with
Disabilities Act, if you
are, a person with a
disability who needs
any accommodation
in order to participate
In this proceeding,
you are entitled, at no
cost to you, to provi-
sion of certain assis-
tance. Please contact
the Court Administra-
tor at 6816 CAROLINE
STREET MILTON FL
32570, Phone: ADA#
(407) 467-2758 within
2 working days of
your receipt of' this
notice or pleading.
WITNESS my hand and
the seql of this Court
this 15. day of April,
2009.
MARY M. JOHNSON
CLERK OF COURT
CIRCUIT COURT SEAL
By J. Watkins
As Deputy Clerk
042209
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Legal 4/527
IN THE CIRCUIT
COURT OF THE 1ST
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN
AND FOR SANTA-
ROSA' COUNTY,
FLORIDA '
GENERAL JURISDIC-
TION DIVISION
CASE NO:
57-2009-CA-0077
THE BANK OF NEW
YORK MELLON F/K/A
THE BANK OF NEW
YORK AS TRUSTEE
'FOR THE CERTIFI-
CATEHOLDERS OF
CWALT 2005-13CB,
PLAINTIFF,
VS.
LINDA A RABREN, ET
AL.,
DEFENDANT(S). ,.
NOTICE OF ACTION
CO-N STRU CT IVE
SERVICE
TO: LINDA A.
RABREN AND UN-
KNOWN SPOUSE OF
LINDA A.-RABREN
whose residence is un-
known if he.'sri,'ine
be living; and ..if
he/she/they be dead,
the unknown defend--
ants who may be
spouses,. heirs,, devi-
sees, grantees, assign-
ees, lienors, creditor,
trustees, and'all parties
claiming an interest by,
through, under or
against the Defendants,
who are not known to'
be dead or alive, and
all parties. having or
claiming to have any
"'rogh, iii. l or ;nrlerest in
ihe propeny described
,.r. me mongage being
foreclosed herein.
YOU ARE HEREBY NO-
TIFIED that an action to.
foreclose a mortgage
on the following prop-
erty
A PORTION OF LOT
3.' SECTION 19,
TOWNSHIP 1 NORTH,
RANGE 27" WEST,
SANTA ROSA
COUNTY, FLORIDA,
DESCRIBED AS FOL-
LOWS: BEGIN AT A
POINT 2358 FEET
EAST AND 258 FEET
'NORTH OF THE
SOUTHWEST COR-
NER OF SAID: LOT 3;
THENCE NORTH
PARALLEL TO\ AND
35 FEET 'EAST OF
THE CENTERLINE OF
COUNTY ROAD


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DRISCALLS FISH Misc. Items. Girls NEEDED NOW! Milton 2
CAMP FOR 100 FEET clothes & Electronics. Drivers being hired MOVE IN SPECIAL
TO A POINT IN THE Lawn Mower & Antique and trained locally for 1/BR furnished or un-
SOUTH BOUNDARY Furniture etc. Werner Enterprises. furnished. No dogs.
OF THE STATE ROAD PErS. & ANIMALS Sat 25th 7 till 1 No exp. Needed. Has laundry room, in
LEADING TO THE 5721 Loring Drive. 1-866-280-5309 ground swimming
MOUTH OF THE YEL, 2100 Pets pool, in walking dis-
LOW RIVER; THENCE 2110 Pts: Free t Miltn Cmpany now stance to stores, res-
SOUTH 77'37'00"212 n Home Spe, TIIAV hiring for phone sales. taurants, etc.$599in-
EAST AND PARALLEL 21- Poat Supplies Hourly rate plus corn- cludes deposit, credit
AND 35 FEET FROM Supplies mission. Excellent op- check & 1st months
CENTERLINE OF 2140 Pets/Livestock Milton portunity. Non-smoking rent. Emerald712-996 Sands
COUNTY ROAD, 200 Wanted Yard Sale environment. 698-5951
FEET; THENCE 2150 Pet Memorials Yard Sale.
SOUTH 100 FEET; Corner of Park Avenue STYLIST NEEDED
THENCE NORTH & Saratoga. Saturday Must have clientele. MOVE IN SPECIAL
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200 FEET TO THE 98 turn onto Dogwood Efficiency Apt.
POINT. OF BEGINN- 2100 Dr then turn right onto Uil. incld.. furnished
ING. Park Ave & right on Sa- '-. No dogs. Has laun-i
MINI SCHNAUZER ratoga pull into parish dryroom, in ground
$5,has been filed against $.0 hall parking lot on left. . d swimming pool, in
has been filed against up-to-date shots, AKC Clothing, small pieces swalkingdistance to
you and you are re- pars salt& pepper of furniture, plants, storesrestuarants,
quired to serve a copy color. Potty trained, household items, etc. etc. $599 includes
of your written de- 623:4053 Diane et. cludes
fenses, if any, to it on YARD SALE & deposit, credit check
DAVID J. STERN, ESQ. April 24 & 25th & 1st months rent.
Plaintiffs attorney, 7354 Bain Dr., Milton CIAL Emerald Sands
whose address is 900 (off Robinson Point) 510 Business712-9968
South Pine Island Road 2110. 18' center console Opportunities
#400, Plantation, FL bayliner, over 1500 rod 5110 -Money to Lend
33324-3920 on or be- Hate your neighbor? & reels, Penn & many MOVE IN SPECIAL
fore May 25, 2009, (no Take my rooster. others. Motorized an- Milton
later than 30 days from Purebred. 623-0522. chor lift, tackle boxes, Emerald Sands
the date of the first bait buckets, straw- 51 2/BR 1/BA, Walking
publication of this no- balt berr ts, straw- -s100 distance to Milton
twice of action) and file (850) 626-3163 1 Online Home Biz No Dogs. $599 in-,
the original .with the EARN as you LEARN! cludes deposit, credit
clerk of this court either Free Training. Call check & 1st months
before service on 888-482-5756 or visit rent. 712-9968
Plaintiffs attorney or 320 www.wfh.obmentors.
immediately thereafter; 320 w.wcor
otherwise a default will ONLINE PHARMACY MOVE IN SPECIAL
be entered against you Buy Soma, ,Ultram, 100% RECESSION Milton .
for the relief demanded M ANDISE Fioricet, Prozac, PROOF Do you earn Off Avalon Blvd.
in the complaint or peti- Buspar $71.99/90 $800 in a day? 25 Local 2/BR 2/BA with laun-
tion filed herein. 3100-Antiques $107/180 Quantities, Machines and Candy dryroom. Up stairs
3110- Appliances PRICE INCLUDES $9,995. (888)629-9968 with balcony. Water
WITNESS nmy hand and 3120 Arts & Crafts PRESCRIPTIONI Over B02000033 CALL US: included. No dogs.
the seal of this Court at 3130 Auctions 200 Meds $25Coupon We will not be under- $599 includes de-
SANTA ROSA County 3140 abyite s Mention Offer:#91A31. sold! posit, credit check &
Florida, this 15 day of 3150-.BuildingSupplIes Menti (888)389-0461. 1st months rent
April, 2009. 3160 Business (888)389041.
April, 2009. Equipment tri-drugstore.com 712-9968
3170 Collectibles Financial Freedom- for
CLERK QF THE CIR- 3180-Computers YOUIIl Receive
CUlT COURT 3190 Electronics : a $500-$1000 CASH MOVE IN SPECIAL
CIRCUIT COURT SEAL 3200 Firewood 0 l DAILY returning phone Milton
BY: J. Watkins .3220 Furniture 3 calls Not MLM. No Off Avalon Blvd.
DEPUTY CLERK 3230.- Garage/Yard Sales 2004 Easy Go Golf buying or selling prod- 2/BR 1/BA, cathedral
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900 SOUTH PINE IS- 320 Medical Equipment AIRLINES ARE HIRING & 1st 712-996mo rent.
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400 3310 Musical Instruments Aviation Maintenance
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08-15329 CWF 3330 Restaurant/Hotel if qualified Housing stove, fridge, D/W, ca-
IN ACCORDANCE 3340 Sporting Goods available. CALL Avia- thedral ceiling laundry
WITH THE AMERI- 3350 Tickets(Buy & Sell) tion .Institute of Mainte- hook up, non-smoking
CANS WITH DISABILI- nance (888)349-5387.. unit $560/mo. (includes
TIES ACT, persons with R a, SAFRR trash pick up and grass
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special accommoda- 1 3130 _r. ATTEND COLLEGE 6100 Business/
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1-800-955-8771 (TDD) ing! May 1st & 2nd. assistance. Computer 6160-Rooms for Rent for $475 that is less
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Florida Relay Service., fied Real Estate if qualified. Call 6180- Out-of-Towrf Rentals: CIIl this newspaper or.
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SALE: COOK'S PAINT River, FAYETTEVILLE -30 Year Warranty. affiliates, affordable of- | 6140 -
&. BODY SHOP, INC.. LINCOLN COUNTY, Church. Buildings, Gar- fice space available
gives .Notice of Fore- TENNESSEE. Satur- ages, Warehouses, across from Santa *3/1 Home 4641 Geri
closure of Lien and In- day May 2nd 12:00 MiniStorage, Factory Rosa Medical Center St. in Milton $800.
tent to sell these veh-, noon. Garner Auc- Erection. Field Service various sizes with paid *3/2 Home 5476 Oak
cles on 05/10/2009, tions, Inc. From Our Represent- utilities.'324-8337 Meadows in Milton
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FLORIDATOWN RD Ken Garner TNFIRM Tomms Lawn rvic MiltonService Great Stewart *2/2 Mpbile Home
CPU PACE, FL 4293,.(877)914-SOLD. Call 748'4718 c Street location profes- 6561 Renee Cir. in
32571-1831, pursuant signal office space Milton $575
to subsection 713.78 available various sizes *3/2 Mobile Home
of the Florida Stat- ,-- .. affordable rent w/ paid 6537 Sianiey Cir. in
lutes. COOK'S PAINT ! utilities, internet acces- Milton $750j
& BODY SHOP, INC. 3 1SO sible. 255-4004 *3/2 5535 Home
reserves the right to ( Debbie Dr. in Milton
accept or reject any METAL ROOFING. 40yr D '$850
and/or all bids. Warranty-Buy direct SantalRosa Realty
from 'manufacturer 6110 .623-0077
1 G1JC1244S7164792 30/colors in. stock, w/all 62-0 0
1995 CHEVROLET accessories. Quick turn EMPLOYMENT
1GTCS19Z8P8519050 around. Delivery availa- Duplex-2Bd, 1BaIn- 3 BR 2 Bath located on
1993 GENERAL ble. Gulf Coast Supply 4100-Help.Wanted cludes WS&G, W/D Queens St; Rent $750.
MOTORS CORP & Mfg, (888)393-0335 4110 Restaurants/Clubs -hookups, CH/A. pets Security Dep $750.
1N4EB32A7MC771928 *wv GultCoasiSuppiy 4120 -Sales r '"o' wcideposa1. 595-6234 ext 204
1991 NISSAN .:.,m 4130 -Employment 495'mo+,d3.
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2004 TOYOTA 623-4861.'5-.5159 5374 Lexington St.
HELP TOYOTA_-____ Brick, 3/1. Fenced
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4100 ]Milton ton High. CH&A.I
322 ____ _ 4100 2/1 brick duplex. $400 dep., $650 mo.
..."v e 3 '2t $600 Weekly Poleri- Stove, fridge, laundry 255-1944 or994-0179
Ni b '$490 Sofa & Loveseat ailMi.$ Helpirig Iree go room, patio & fenced
set, Microfiber, new in ernment PT. No Expe- yard. All c/t flooring.
1120 box. Lifetime warr. Can rence. No Selling Call:' Non-smoking environ- 4Br 4Ba Foreclosure!
DONATE YOUR VEHI- deliver. 850-471-0330 W 888)213-5225 Ad ment. $545. 626-2928. $12,500! Only
CLE RECEIVE 1000 Code: M Mito -"$217/Mo! 5% down 15
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Milton West Milton Pace 3/2 on 3/4 acre
2/1 Duplex, new carpet, 3/BR 2/BA on private lot $500 month plus
washer & dryer. $495 lot. Total electric, no dep 698-5951
month $400 dep. Small pets. 5133 Ridgeway
pets okay. 384-2076 Blvd. $625/mth ,
Milton $300/dep. Bay Crest
MiltonRealty
Great loc.-Bike trail. 994-7918
3/1. CH&A, W/D. BEAUFORT, SC
Smoke-free environ- STEAL MY
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$700 down. 623-8365 / sacrifice! Drop dead
Milton gorgeous Marshfront.
Nice, large house. $600 Abtting lot67 sold
rent, $600 dep. Call for and closed for
info. (850)623-5481. $259,900. Lot 68 just
No HUD. $89,900. Incredible
homesite, beautiful
Pace REL ESTATE FOR trees, captivating
House for rent. 7100- Homes marsh views. Great
3 bed, 1.5 bath. Total 7105- Open Houses area w/municipal.sewer
electric. $750 month, 7110 Beach Home/ and water. Nearby hos-
$300 dep. Baycrest Property pital, hotels dining and
Realty 994-7918 7120- Commercial more. Call:
7130- Condo/Townhouse (877)671-8837.
i 7140 Farms & Ranches
7150 Lots and Acreage
7160- Mobile Homes Oversize Lake Lot! 4.1
0 7170- Waterfront AC- $25,200 FREE
Christian Women has 718- Investment BOAT SLIPS (was
new home with private $39,900) Park- like
entry Nice large 1 BR7190- Out-of-Town $39,900) Park- like
entry Nice large 1 BR Estate hardwood setting near
with bath & alk-in 7200 Timeshare lake. Enjoy deeded ac-
closet, free until, cable cess to private lake,
CHA water & garbage free boat slips & pavil-
comes w/ new fridge & ion. Quiet rd frontage,
microwave, full bed 7100 utilities, warranty deed.
good for 1 adult non- Excellent financing.
smoking, non-alcohol Bank Owned Prop- Must see, call now
envmt $125. per wk. erties Free Lists (888)792-5253, x. 2274.
384-2388 Cellstate Gulfcoast TN Land/Lakes, LLC
PeaRidgeRealty 850-472-2500
(near Avalon Blvd.) Un-
furnished. $400. all utili- Fiorala, Alabama
ties incl. (850)554-7.629 Nice house furnished
on 44 acres of beautiful
land. Shop, sheds and
some equipment.
S M$279,000.
6170 850-994-9985 or
2 bed, 1 bath, with850-776-1939 AUTOMOTIVE MARINE
front kitchen and total FOR SALE LEASE -RECREATIONAL..
electric. No pets. $350 OPTION OR RENT 8100 Antique & Collectibhles
month. Call- East Gate 6439 AppaloosaAve. 8110- Cars
Mobile Home Ranch. Remodeled, 3/2, 116 8120- SportsUtilityVehicles
850-686-8973sq.ft.$96,500($8,000 8130-Trucks
8140 Vans
3/2-14x70 private fence tax credit) Call (850) 8150 Commercial
lot. New CH&A, New 393-3084 8160 Motorcycles
fridge w/ice maker. 8170 Auto Parts
Quiet neighborhood. ,--80 -& Accessories
$500 mo $400 dep. 8210- Boats
995-6138 if no answer, 8220- Personal atercraft
leave message. 8240- Sailboat & Marine
Chumuckla .' t Supplies
2/2. Total electric. $450 8245 Boat Slips & Docks
month,$250 deposit' 8320- ATV/ff Road Vehicles
994-6212 or 994-865 Ft. Walton 8330 Campers & Trailers
Clean double wide, 3/2 Kenwood 8340 -IMotorhomes
$600 OR 2/1 $400. R' Mn ey
$300 dep. Water & 602 Mooney
garbage incl: No pets. Road
675-6614 ---
Jay/Milton/Pace Acura Integra 96 $650!
Rentals 2 & 3 bed- Beautiful brick 3 br, 2 Hohda Civic 96 $500!
rooms. $400-$650 oer bea, 2 cg. Close to Toyota Camry 97 $700!
month. Section 8/-Lud bases on quiet half Ford Taurus 99 $4501
accepted. 994-5703 acre corner lot. Built Police Impounds! For
in 1994, kitchen re- listings call
Milton (Bruce Lane) cently updated with (800)366-9813 ext
Includes water, gar- stainless steel. appli- 9275.
bage and lawn service. aces, corner FP
2/2 for $450 month. wall brick hearth,
2/2 for $350/month vaulted ceilings, fresh Police Impounds! -97
Call 698-4582 paint, security sys- Honda Accord $500!
l tn-Btem, updated elec- 96' Honda Civic $500!
Milton- Bagdad tronic irrigation, large for 'listings call
electric, no pets. $475. screened porch un. (800)366-9813 ext 9271
month/ $250 deposit., der roof, chain i
Off Da Lisa Road.eI back yard perfect for' 96 Honda Civic $500!
Bay Crest Realty pets. $294,900. Call 97 Toyota Camry $700!
Bay Crest Realty 850 226-6754 97 VW Passat $500!
994-7918a Police Impounds for
S..Sale! hondas chevys
jeepsl for listings
14 p (800)366-9813 ext
W | 7150 9499.
Navarre 2 Br 2 Ba Allentown 5 acres im-
feNaved yarre d wit, proved land. Paved CASH PAID
fence yar shed wth oad, dead-end. Par- for junk cars
trdiscount 9366900 4af tially fenced. Horses or trucks.
ter discount. 936-6904 O $60,000. Call (850) Runningror not.
North Milton 623-4981 Call: 983-9527
2/2 Mobile Home on FREE LIST of Florida/ 'or 723-5048
private lot. 4252 mor- Georgia ,land bargains!
gan court. Total Elec- Georgia land bargains
tric. $450 /rent, 20 acres & up. Best.
$200/dep. No pets. Bay land deals in America! ,
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Pace V8,133,000 miles, new
2/11 Mobile Home in 71 0 Goodyear tires, PS, air,
park, water, & garbage automatic, PB, Jeather
furnished &$435/rent 0 Down seats. Good condition.
$250/dep. Total, Elec- For all land owners. Limited slip rear end.
tric, no pets. Your land or family $5,400 623-8920
Bay Crest Realty. lana Al Credit O.K.
(850)994-7918 85-850 682-3344 -
Pace 3/ Dbl wide w/ Get your share of the
front p6rch & large: Government
yard. on peaceful East Bailout 19' 4"Stratos
Island Drive / $550 Receive up to $8000 to HPBass Boat, 200 HP
month plus sec. dep. help buy. your new Evinrude w/ 3 props,
324-2097 home.. 'Call Clayton 3-D Humminbird fish
Quiet Park-3/BR, 2/BR Homes of Crestview for finder, 109# 36 volt
$595 +dep. 2/BR, details 850-683-0758 t rlnce 24 motor,
2/BTH $$45r+ Dep.,. N- Lowrance 24 volt on
Non-smoking environ- NewGovern board charger, 2
ment, no pets. Sewer & ment Financing trailer w/beakaway
Garbage Included. Program! tongue. Cover & Ski
HUD OK 626-1552 On all 3 or 4 Bed- acc. incl. Must See!
Small 2 bed, 1 bathN rooms! Rates as low as. Sharp for 1992 model
ideal for single person 4.75%. No Credit or Excellent tournament
or couple. Call- East Bad Credit OK! Call Rig. $5700 OBO.
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