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Press gazette
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Language: English
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Publisher: Milton Newspapers, Inc.
Milton Newspapers
Place of Publication: Milton, Fla
Publication Date: May 6, 2009
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Wednesday, May6,2009 Find breaking ,news at 50 cents

Investigators identify body found in Milton

Santa Rosa Investigators have
identified the body that was located
Friday in Milton.
Fingerprints were able to veri-
fy that the body was Willie James
WILLIE / Dukes, 30 of Milton.
DUKES / Officials were expected to perform

an autopsy on Monday, the results
of which were not available by press
Dukes was last seen on the eve-
ning of April 22, after he attacked a
deputy on a traffic stop in that area.
After the confrontation, Dukes fled
on foot into a wooded area.
On that evening, a major search
was initiated for Dukes utilizing nu-

merous Deputies and K-9 officers
with negative results. A second
search was conducted the next morn-
ing utiliZing deputies and. K-9's from
another agency, which also ended
with negative results.
Following the attempted traffic
stop on Gault City Road, Dukes was
wanted on felony charges of fleeing
and eluding law enforcement, batter

on a law enforcement officer, resist-
ing with violence, and possession of
cocaine, all of which are third degree
According to a Sheriff's Office
press release, a Santa Rosa County
Sheriff's Office Dpputy attempted to
stop a vehicle for a traffic violation on
See BODY A10

Santa Rosa

County Health

Department urges

parents to plan for

potential sehool

and d.,,tyeare

PIP I elosiD (ySover



ol The Santa Rosa County Health
Department is urging parents to
prepare for how they will care for their
AVAILABLE ONLINE children in the event school closures
are necessary to contain the spread of
As a service to county
iesident5 information on the HINI (swine flu).
HINI iSwine Flu) is now Florida has two confirmed cases of
available on 1he' Santa Rosa H IN 1 (swine flu) one in Lee Count
County Board of County y
Coin in i ssione rs'Website at www. and one in Broward County and
santmosa.11.qov under "what's both were students in public schools.
liul." III addition to Posting "While there are no confirmed cases
infoirnation frorn the Santa Rosa
County Health Department, links in our county and no current need
to the Center for Disease Control
and U.S. Department of Health to close any of our schools, we want
and Human Services websites, parents to begin preparing for that
and the phone number for the possibility," said Shannon L. Jacobs,
Flo6do Department of Irlealth's
24-hour HINI (Swine Flu) M.A., M.PH., administrator of the
information hotline, a link has health department.
been created for citizens where
they can e-mail Santo Rosa Jacobs said the health department
County's Division of Emergency will work closely with the school
Management with any questions district, private schools, and daycare
they may have iegarcling the
HIN I (Swine Flu), centers to determine if school
The Santa Rosa County closures are necessary to contain the
Health Depariment is leading the
county's planning and response spread of swine flu. "We have been
efforts, in accoiclance with -communicating with our county school
Floricla Statutes and the coun ty's district leadership all week, and we
i)anclermc influenza Plon.
Santa Rosci County's Division are ready to act quickly to protect our
of Emergeiicy Mcinagement is children's health if we are faced with
assisting the health department
in communicating [lie latest an outbreak," Jacobs said.
information and the planning of
a unified potential response. See FLU FEARS A] 0


Schools unleash

impressive FCAT scores

A preliminary release of
2009 FCAT (Florida. Com-
prehensive Assessment
Test) writing/essay scores
show Santa Rosa County
Schools are still leaders
in the state. Jay High and
Gulf Breeze Middle lead
the county in released writ-
ing scores with a tie at 4.6
and topping the highest av-
erage state score of 4.3.
According to the FCAT
website, Florida has ad-
ministered a writing as-
sessment for 17 years and
FCAT Writing, is given to
:students in grades four,
eight, and 10.
Students are randomly
assigned one of two topics
in every school and asked
to write a response.
These essays are graded
on a six-point scale. A score
of 3.5 is considered writing
on grade level.
According to the FCAT
Writing fact sheet provided
by the website, "this year's
results indicate the percent
of students scoring 3.5 and
above increased in grades
4 and 8 and slightly de-
creased for grade 10."

The. following is a list of
performance in FCAT Witing
sores statewide and locally:
Grade four 4 0 (an
increase from lost year's
Grade'eight: 4.3 (an
'increase from last year's
Grade 10 3 8 (a
decrease from last ,ear s
3 9)
Santa Rosa County
Combined Scores
Jay High School 4 6
Gulf Breeze Middle 4 6
Hobbs Middle 4 ,
Holley-Navarre Middle
Sims Middle 4 5
King Middle d 4
Central High School 4 2
Aalon Middle 4 2
Woodlawn Beach
Middle- A 2
Learning Academy of
Santa Rosa 3 5

The multiple-choice
component of the FCAT
Writing was added in 2006,
but eliminated last year
due to budget cuts. The
Senate has passed a bill to
reintroduce this portion of
the FCAT in 2012.

Reduction in 'no

response calls' attributed

to stipend program

Special to the Press Gazette
A stipend pro-
gram for the primarily vol-
unteer firefighters at nine
Santa Rosa County fire
stations is helping to lower
"no response" calls. No re-
sponse calls, or calls where
a fire department was un-
able to respond in their dis-
trict and another fire sta-
tion was called to provide
mutual aid, has decreased
in the last quarter. Munici-
pal Service Benefit Units
or fire MSBU, provides the
funding for the stipend.
Stephen Cozart, chair-
man of the Santa Rosa
County Emergency Ser-
vices Advisory Commit-
tee, states the volunteer
firefighter stipend plays a
part in that reduction. He
explains, "Not too long ago,
the no response calls were
straining our volntmteer de-
partment resources. Now,
there are almost never
more than two no response

'Not too long ago,
the no response cals
were straining our
volunteer department
resources. Now, there
are almost never more
than two no response
cal' in a month."

Stephen Cozart
chairman of the Santa Rosa
County Emergency Services
Advisory Committee
calls in a month. This is
a huge accomplishment
and our local firefighters
should be commended.
The two-tier emergency
response system now runs
more efficiently and ulti-
mately makes everyone in
the county safer." ESAC

O Jim Fletcher ,i Printe on
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Wednesday, May 6, 2009

Grant to aid Florida workers

The U.S. Department
of Labor today announced
a $3 million grant to
create approximately 300
temporary cleanup and
recovery jobs because of
Florida's recent severe
storms and flooding.
"Spring storms hit
Florida hard, resulting in
flooding throughout the
panhandle region," said
Secretary of Labor Hilda L.
Solis. "Today's grant will
create temporary jobs to
help some area residents
recover from the flooding's
The Agency for Work-
force Innovation will re-
ceive the grapt. Tempo-
rary employees will assist
with cleanup, demolition,
repair, renovation and re-
construction of destroyed
public structures, facili-
ties and land within the af-
fected area. The grant will
also provide food, clothing,
shelter and humanitar-
ian assistance for those
affected. For individuals
who cannot find wdrk after
their temporary jobs end,

funds may be used to pro-
vide core, intensive train-
ing services.
The Federal Emergen-
cy Management Agency
(FEMA) on April 21 de-
clared the following 11
Florida counties eligible for
FEMA's Public Assistance
Program: Bay, Calhoun,
Gulf, Holmes, Jackson,
Jefferson, Liberty, Okaloo-
sa, Santa Rosa, Walton and
From the $3 million
,grant announced today,
$1 million will be released
initially. Additional fund-
ing up to the amount ap-
proved will be made avail-
able as the state demon-
strates a continued need
for disaster-related assis-
National Emergency
Grants are part of the
secretary of labor's dis-
cretionary fund and are-
awarded based on a state's
ability to meet specific
guidelines. For more infor-,
mation on National Emer-
gency Grants, visit http://

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Pen Air FCU representatives, Captain Sadsad,
and other guests cut the ribbon for the newly
renovated NAS Whiting Field Atrium. (From left
to right) Representative from Walton Construc-
tion; Pen Air FCU President/CEO Ron Fields;
Pen Air FCU Board Chairman Maurice John-
son;-Capt. Enrique Sadsad; Commissioner Don
Salter; and (Far right) Col. John Scott Walsh.

Pen Air celebrates

opening of Whiting

Field Branch

Pen Air Federal Credit
Union recently celebrat-
ed the grand opening of
their NAS Whiting Field
branch located adjacent
to the newly renovated
NAS Whiting Field atri-
The event began with
a welcome speech from
NAS Whiting Field Com-
manding Officer Captain
Enrique L. Sadsad, fol-
lowed by the Pledge of
Allegiance, invocation,
and remarks from Pen
Air FCU President/CEO
Ron Fields as well as
Santa Rosa County Com-
missioner WD. "Don"
"I can't thank you
enough for what you
have done to sustain and
preserve this installa-
tion," said Capt. Sadsad
regarding Pen Air FCU's
support and dedication
to NAS Whiting Field and
the surrounding commu-
Capt. Sadsad went

on to say, "He (Fields) is
truly a great advocate of
the mission of NAS Whit-
ing Field."
Pen Air FCU Presi-
dent/CEO Ron Fields
was honored to speak at
the grand opening cer-
emony. "We are proud'
to be associated with
Whiting Field and we are
proud to be associated
with the men and women
serving in the military.
We are here to help the
military and this installa-
tion," said Fields.
The ceremony con-
cluded with a ribbon
cutting which included
Capt. Sadsad, TRAWING
5 Commodore Col. John
Scott Walsh, Ron Fields,
Don Salter, and other dis-
tinguished guests.
After the ribbon cut-
ting ceremony guests
were invited to a recep-
tion inside the atrium,
and were also invited to
tour the newly renovated

District 1: Jim Williamson, 4351 Berryhill Road,
Pace, FL 32571; phone 932-1340. E-mail is comm-
District 2: Bob Cole, 8651 Riverstone Road,
Milton, FL 32583; phone 983-1877. E-mail is comm-
District 3: Don Salter, 6000 Chumuckla Highway,
Pace, FL 32571; phone 994-6426. E-mail is comm-
District.4: Gordon Goodin; 6467 Avenida De
Galves, Navarre,. FL 32566; phone 939-4949. E-mail is
District 5: Lane Lynchard, 6495 Caroline St., Suite
M, Milton, FL 32570, phone 932-1340. E-mail is comm-
.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.

Monroe St., Tallahassee, FL 32399, 488-4441. E-mail: .

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

Rep. Greg Evers: 5224 Willing St., Milton, FL
32570, 983-5550. Email: SCHOOL GOVERNMENT
Sen. Durell Peaden Jr., 598 N. Ferdon Blvd., Suite CHOO A
100, Crestview, FL 32536, 850-689-0556. SCHOOL BOARD
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.Gardner, Jr., Richard Paul

Richard Paul Gardner,
Jr. was born August 6, 1984
and passed away April 25,
Ricky was a lifelong res-
ident of Santa Rosa Coun-
ty. He worked at Champion
Dry-Wall for several years
and detailed cars at Orville
Beckford until they closed.
He loved fishing, camp-
ing, and riding go-carts.
He is survived by his
mother-Carla Moore;
very special friend-Der-
ryle McCrory; grand-.
' mother-Mary Stanley;
sisters-Tiffany (Chris-

topher) Nelson, Brit-
tany (Glen White) Moore;
brothers--Stetson (Aman-
da) Moore and Johnathon
Marth; 8 nieces and neph-
ews, and many, more fam-
ily and friends. He was laid
to rest on Friday, May 1,
2009 at Crain Cemetery,
Milton, FL.
Please, any donations
can be made in care of
Mary Stanley.
"Our heart-felt thanks
go out to everyone that
has been so very kind and
helpful during this time of

Speak OUT

Sunday, 4:06
This is C.J. I think it
would be a good idea with
the way the economy is and
people losing their homes,
jobs, cars, and etc. that all
elected officials take a 50-
percent cut in pay. They
are eating high on the
hog when there are some
people who are barely eat-
ing. They don't deserve any
better than us. I think this
is a good idea, what do you

Saturday, 7:21 p.m.
Yes, my name is Bud.
My speak out is more of a
question. My understand-
ing with the stimulus mon-
ey going to different states
is that the programs it
starts have to be continued
once the money is gone.
This is why most states
are not taking the money,
but Gov. Crist has taken
the money. So now I would
like to know from any of
the elected officials which
of these programs will they
have to continue and the
approximate expense to

continue them.

Friday 5:39 p.m.
This is Wayne. The
City of Milton is about to
spend almost $50,000 per
year on cameras to catch
red light runners. Why
can't the city repair a few
roads before it starts the
red light crusade? Sev-
eral roads, but I'll name
just three: Stewart Street
, at Milton High School,
Elva Street that runs
behind Burger King and
Regions Bank, and Sand-
ers Street off Dogwood
Drive. All are in terrible
shape, and there are oth-

Thursday, 9:20 p.m.
This is Ed. When they
put the new cameras out,
what are they going to do.
with the extra personnel?
Are they going to keep
them or lay them off?
If you have a short com-
ment -you would like to
make, call the Speak Out
line at 623-5887. :

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

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

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Santa Rosa's Press Gazette I A3

Purple Heart recipients given Quilts of Valor

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Photos by MCi [AW] RUSS TAFURI I US Navy
Roberta Speh (left), area coordinator for Quilts of Valor, and Global War on Terrorism Veterans in Need
Co-Chairman Mark Harden (far right) present HM2 .Carlos Cordova (second from left) and HMC Dexter L.
Lewis with quilts in honor of their service at an awards ceremony May 1 at NH Pensacola. The corpsmen
were also recipients of Purple Hearts. Top right, The two quilts at left have patches depicting, the Hospital
Corpsman caduceus symbol, Marine Corps insignia, and a stitched note of thanks from Roberta Speh, who
handmade the quilts.

By MCI[AW] Russ Tafuri
Special to the Press Gazette
Naval Hospital Pensac-
ola Commanding Officer
Captain Maryalice Morro
held Friday's morning col-
ors and weekly awards
ceremony May 1 much like
most. But on this particular
day also known as May
Day and the first day of Mji-
tary Appreciation Month in
Pensacola two hospital
corpsmen were recipients
,of Purple Heart medals,
for injuries _sustained in
support of Operation Iraqi
- Freedom, and Quilts of Val-
or, from a pair of veterans
support groups.
Chief Hospital Corpsman
Dexter L. Lewis and Hos-

"These quilts are in appreciation
ofyour courage and dedication in
protecting our safety here."

Roberta Speh
area coordinator for Quilts of Valor

pital Corpsman 2nd Class
Carlos J. Cordova were pre-
sented with the medals, and
special quilts by Roberta
Speh, area coordinator for
Quilts of Valor, and Navy
Retiree Mark Harden, co-
chairman of the Global War
on Terrorism Veterans in
Need Committee.
The -two U.S. Navy-
themed quilts with special
patches sewn on had an

even-more special, senti-
ment behind the presenta-
"These quilts are in ap-
preciation of your -courage
and dedication in protecting
our safety here," Speh said.
-Quilts of Valor, a nonprofit
organization with members
sewing and donating quilts
to service members injured
in Operations Iraqi and En-
during Freedom, was estab-

wished in 2003 by Catherine
Roberts when her son de-
ployed to Iraq.
The Veterans in Need
Committee's presenta-
tion of quilts "is a way that
we, who have served, have
a chance to give back,"
Harden said. His organiza- -
tion is a committee of the
Pensacola Veterans Memo-
rial Park Foundation com-
mitted to helping severely
injured veterans and their
The quilts donated to the
two corpsmen have a spe-
cial patch depicting the Hos-
pital Corpsman caduceus
symbol, the Marine Corps
insignia, and a stitched note
of thanks from Speh, who
handmade both quilts.

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Wednesday, May 6, 2009

Florida Supreme Cour

The Florida Bar has an-
nounced that the Florida
Supreme Court recently
disciplined some attorneys.
As an official agency of
the Florida Supreme Court,
The Florida Bar and its De-
partment of Lawyer Regu-
lation are charged with
administering a statewide
disciplinary system to en-
force Supreme Court rules
of professional conduct for
the 86,000-plus lawyers ad-
mitted to practice law in
Florida. Since Aug. 1, 2007,
case files have been posted
to attorneys' individual Flor-
ida Bar profiles and may be
reviewed or downloaded at
The following lawyers
are disciplined (Please
note that court orders are
not final until time expires
to file a rehearing motion
and, if filed, determined.
The filing of such a motion
does not alter the effective
date of the discipline):
James Harutun Batma-
sian, 215 N. Federal High-
way, Suite 1, Boca Raton;
suspended for three years,
effective retroactive to Aug.

30, 2008, following a March
5 court order. (Admitted
to practice: 1974) In April
2008, Batmasian pleaded
guilty in federal court to
one count of willful failure
to collect or pay over tax,
a felony. He was sentenced
to eight months' imprison-
ment, followed by two years
of supervised release and
penalties of $30,000. (Case
No. SC08-1445)
Daniel Antonio Benito,
2423 SW 147th Ave., No. 362,
Miami, suspended until
further order, following a
March 3 court order. (Ad-
mitted to practice: 1997)
According to an emergency
suspension order, Benito
appeared to be caus-
ing great public harm by
misappropriating and/or
diverting client funds en-
trusted to him. In one in-
stance, a client sent $80,000
to Benito to be held in trust
for the purpose of funding a
marital settlement agree-
ment. When the settlement
did not materialize, the cli-
ent demanded the return
of the funds and Benito re-
fused, claiming he was en-

titled to them for attorney's
fees. (Case No. SC09-372)
Roger Besu, 233 Palm
Ave., Miami Beach, sus-
pended until further order,
following a Feb. 5 court or-
der. (Admitted to practice:
1974) According to an emer-
gency suspension order,
Besu appeared to be caus-
ing great public harm by
misappropriating and/or di-
verting client funds entrust-
ed to him. In October 2008,
a client filed a complaint
with The Florida Bar, alleg-
ing that Besu was holding
more than $3.5 million of his
money in escrow and he had
not been able to reach Besu
by telephone or at his office.
Besu did not respond to a
Bar subpoena. An audit re-
vealed nearly $2 million was
missing from a trust account
that he controlled. (Case No.
A. Clark Cone, 8607
Wendy Lane E., West Palm
Beach, suspended until
further order, following a
March 19 court order. (Ad-
mitted to practice: 1981)
According to an emergency
suspension order, Cone ap-

t discil

peared to be causing great
public harm. The Florida
Bar's investigation found
that in several instances,
Cone misappropriated cli-
ent funds. After settling a
personal injury case, Cone
asked a client to endorse
her $38,940.38 settlement
check. Cone then deposited
the money into his trust ac-
count and converted it to his
use. (Case No. SC09-474)
Katherine Dehise
Crase, 2804 W Aquilla St.,
Tampa,. suspended effec-
tive 30 days from a Feb. 25
court order. (Admitted to
practice: 1991) In July 2008,
Crase was found guilty
of seven felony counts of
conspiracy and mail fraud.
She was sentenced to 30
months in prison. (Case
No. SC09-339)
Joseph R. De Lucca,
5089 Greenwich Preserve
Ct., Boynton Beach, sus-
pended until further or-
der, following a March 11
court order. (Admitted to
practice: 1971) According
to an emergency suspen-
sion order, De Lucca ap-
peared to be causing great

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public harm by mi
priating client trus
or property. A Flor
audit found that De
had a negative bal
$35,572.91 in his tri
count, after using
funds for his own pu
(Case'No. SC09-430)
Susan Lynn
4437 Koger St., O
suspended for 91
effective 30 days
March 24 court ord
mitted to practice
Eberle is being
contempt .of court I
compliance with
Supreme Court or
March 2006, Eber
suspended for 30 d
placed on probat
two years. She viola
terms of that pr
and in August 2007,
was given an additih
years' probation to
secutively after th
(Case No. SC08-240
Nadege Elliott,
121711, Fort Lau
disbarred, retroac
Dec., 15, 2008,. foll
Jan. 30 court ord
mitted to practice:
three separate case
provided incompeti
presentation, charge
sive fees and mis
his trust accounts
No. SC07-2)
Delaila Jannet
tefano, 9200 S. D
Blvd., Suite 204, Mia
pended until further
following a March
order. (Admitted to p
1999) According to a
agency suspension o0
tefano appeared to
ing great public h
criminal case pending
Miami-Dade County
Court alleges that E
working with two
engaged in a sys
ongoing course of
with intent to defra
or obtain property
mortgage lender 1
pretenses. An invest
by the Miami-Dade
Department revea
use of Estafano's l
escrow account in
leged fraudulent a
(Case No. SC09-384;
Stephen Jay Go
13899 Biscayne
Suite 307, North
Beach, distiarred
tive April 10, foll(
March 11 court or
mitted to practice
Goldstein wrote
from his trust a
rating accounts
amounts of $2
$527.83, $50,000 and
All were returned
sufficient funds. (C
Christina Gome
S.W Archer Road,
726, Gainesville, di
effective retroactive
8, 2008, following
2 court order. (A
to practice: 1992)
participated in a
three fraudulent f
transactions, one o
resulted in her r
approximately $835
cause she failed to
all the required sub]

sappro- records, The Florida Bar
t funds has so far been unable to
ida Bar conduct a complete audit to
e Lucca determine the magnitude of
ance of fraud and misappropriation
rust ac- that might have occurred.
client (Case No. SC08-2139)
irposes. Rafael Gonlzalez, 6309
Wild Orchid Drive,' Lithia,
Eberle, suspended for three years,
rlando, effective 30 days from an
1 days, Oct. 2, 2008 court order.'
from a (Admitted to practice: 1991)
ler. (Ad- Gonzalez was initially sus-
a: 1985) pended for 14 days in Sep-
held in tember 2007 andviolated the
for non- terms of the court's order by
Florida practicing law. (Case Nos.
ders. In SC07-2314 and SC08-434)
rle was Webb Greenfelder, PO.
ays and Box 353, San Antonio, sus-
ion for pended for 91 days, effec-
ated the tive immediately, following a
obation, March 5 court order. (Admit-
, Eberle ted to practice: 1998) Green-
onal two fielder was arrested. when
run con- police investigated a domes-
ie first. tic violence incident at his
5) home. Charges were later
PEO. Box dropped. Greenfelder has
derdale,' been ineligible to practice
active to law since October 2005 as a
owing a result of not paying his Flori-
er. (Ad- da Bar dues. He is also delin-
1998) In quent with his continuing le-
s, Elliott gal education requirements.
ent rep- (Case No. SC08-1497)
d exces- Gloretta Hankins Hall,
handled 221 S.E. Osceola St., Stu-
3. (Case art, to receive a public
reprimand, following a
tte Es- March 5 court order. (Ad-
adeland mitted to practice: 1991) In
mni, sus- May 2006, Hall was the su-
er order, pervising lawyer on a mal-
9 court practice case, and her asso-
)ractice: ciate was assigned to man-
an emer- age the case. Hall failed to
rder, Es- monitor the associate's
be caus- activities in the case and
narm. A' hired her sister to act as
ng in the an expert witness, because
y Circuit the associate had not hired
,stefano, a nurse expert. At a later
others, date, Hall learned that her
tematic, sister provided testimony
conduct at the deposition that was
iud and/ not truthful regarding their
from .a familial relationship. (Case
by false No. SC08-1730)
stigation Joseph I. Harrison, 800
e Police S. Douglas-Road, Suite 450,
led the Coral Gables, disbarred for
aw firm five years, effective 30 days
the al- from a March 20 court order.
activities. (Admitted to practice: 2006)
Harrison was further or-
)ldstein, dered to pay restitution to-
Blvd., talking $90,800 to two clients.
Miami In at least three separate
I effec- cases, Harrison charged
owing a excessive fees but provided
der. (Ad- no significant legal services.
e: 1972) He deposited funds in his
checks operating account instead of
and op- a trust account as required
in the and knowingly made false
2,290.00, statements to a third party.
$43,725. (Case Nos. SC08-76, SC08-
for in- 575 and SC08-804)
,ase. No. David Robert Heil,
2324 Lee Road,, Winter
ez, 4440 Park, suspended for
Apt. No. 10 days, effective 30 days
sbarred from an April 2 court or-
a to Sept. der. (Admitted to practice:
an April 1984) In December, 2002,
admitted Heil was hired to represent
Gomez a client in a personal injury
it least case. In October 2007, with-
financial out giving prior notice to
)f which the client, Heil filed a notice
receiving of voluntary dismissal and
,000. Be- subsequently, the statute of



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Santa Rosq's Press Gazette I AS

More than $81 K sent in disaster assistance

Money helps with

housing after

March 26 storms
In less than 72 hours from the
time that a major Florida disas-
ter for individual assistance was
declared in north Florida, recov-
ery specialists from the Federal
Emergency Management Agen-
cy (FEMA) and the State Emer-
gency Response Team. (SERT)
generated a spate of action -
including sending $81,304 to
survivors of the storms, torna-
does and flooding that started
March 26.
And this, disaster recovery of-
ficials vowed, is just the start.
When the April 28 order des-

ignated the first 12 counties eli-
gible to get help for individuals
- then two additional counties
later scores of state and fed-
eral disaster recovery specialists
descended on 14 north Florida
counties to help people who suf-
fered losses as a result of the
March 26 storms.
Here is a snapshot of recovery
action between April 28 and Fri-
day, May 1.
$81,304 was disbursed for
housing expenses, including
short-term rental assistance and
home repair costs.
$2,914 was approved to cover
other essential disaster-related
needs, such as medical and den-
tal expenses and. lost personal
possessions. *
249 applicants registered
with FEMA for some form of di-
saster assistance.
8 Disaster Recovery Cen-

ters (DRC) were opened in the
disaster area to help people seek-
ing federal-state assistance. The
centers are operated jointly by
FEMA and the state of Florida.
143 survivors visited DRCs
in quest of help.
57 home inspections were
More than 1,500 fliers ex-
plaining how to apply for assis-
tance were distributed by Com-
munity Relations specialists by
the close of business Friday.
26 Community Relations
specialists have made more than
50 visits to homes and businesses
in the affected counties to help
identify and assist disaster sur-
194 requests for housing
inspections were received, with
57 reports returned to FEMA.
10 briefings have been
scheduled for the upcoming week

for state and local community
representatives seeking financial
assistance in repairing or restor-
ing public infrastructure dam-
aged or destroyed by the storms
and flooding.
FEMA leads and supports the
nation in a risk-based, compre-
hensive emergency management
system of preparedness, protec-
tion, response, recovery, and
mitigation, to reduce the loss of
life and property and protect the
nation from all hazards includ-
ing natural disasters and acts of
terrorism and other man-made
Disaster recovery assistance
is available without regard to
race, color, religion, national-
ity, sex, age, disability, English
proficiency or economic status.
If you or someone you know has
been discriminated against, call
FEMA toll-free at 800-621-FEMA

(3362). For TTY, call 800-462-7585.
FEMA's temporary housing
assistance and grants for public
transportation expenses, medi-
cal and dental expenses, and
funeral and burial expenses do
not require individuals to apply
for an SBA loan. However, appli-
cants who receive SBA loan ap-
plications must submit them to
SBA loan officers to be eligible
for assistance that covers per-
sonal property, vehicle repair or
replacement, and moving and
storage expenses.
The Florida Division of Emer-
gency Management and State
Emergency Response Team
(SERT) coordinates disaster pre-
paredness, response, recovery
and mitigation programs with all
67 counties and the federal gov-
ernment. For more information
and to develop a plan, visit www.

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A6 I Santa Rosa's Press Gazette MHS


Miss Milton Pageant

The 21st Annual MHS Scholarship Pageant will be held on Saturday, May 9th at 6 p.m. in the MHS Auditorium. Forty girls from various school clubs, classes, and organi-
zations will compete in the categories of casual wear and formal wear for the ultimate prize of a $500 scholarship which has been donated by B. B. Boles III and Mr. &
Mrs. Bill Baker. The winner will also receive a Sorelli necklace donated by Amy Shipp from Ooh La La. Tickets'for the event may be bought at the door for $5 for adults
and $4 for students. The following contestants were not photographed for this event as they were not available Megan Alexandra Cofflelt with Mu Alpha Theta, Haley Kay
Harrell with SWAT, Breanna Joy Oubre' with Milton Track, Megan Rachel Hall with Milton Color Guard, and Summer Jade Wilhour with Environmentally Conscious
Organization. *

Hillary Riann Baker

Cameron Burttschell
Freshman Cheerleaders

Aislynn Gillespie

Lauren Nicole Lopez Christine Ashley McCall
Student Government Music Makers

Kelli Marie Pittman
National Art Honor Society

Lindsey Marie Bassett
Diamond Girls

Amber Ann Lowell
French Honor Society

Meaghan Thomason
Varsity Cheerleaders.

Paige Tomlinson Ellys Elizabeth Hellwig
Milton Televison Tennis Team

Alicia Ann Hartwig Amelia Rose Weekley
Chess Club Senior Class

Heather Lynn Lowery Kristin Dale Caris
Beta Club Future Homemakers

Ashley Nicole Douglas Adriana Schummer
Panther Print Spanish Club

Kelsey Lynne Willett

Amanda Lee Barr
Jaybeettes/Big Brothers

Kasey Nicole Dillon Courtney Alexander
Panther Football National Honor Society

Ashley Nichole Cox
Mighty Black and Gold Band

Erika Lynn Rowe
Drama Club

Katharine Smith Rachael Gray Lee
Freshman Class Softball

Jade Nicole Horning Valerie Jenz Tunday Meredith Anne Krause
Girl's Weightlifting Panther's Paw Sophomore Class

I .
Jennifer Gillespie
Cross Country

Georgia Caitlin Boles
Physics Club

Felicity Hall Kathryn Baldwin
Girls Basketball J.V. Cheerleaders

Candace Westfall Alyssa Dozier
NJROTC Junior Class

Catherine Link
Future Farmers of America

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Wednesday May 6. 2009


Santa Rosa's Press Gazette | A7

Santa Rosa County SHERIFF'S REPORT

The following arrests
were made beginning April
6 through April 13, 2009.
Brake, Kevin Lee; Male;
27; Homeless; Probation
Violation-Felony. 4/6/09
Johnson, John Eric;
Male; 33; 8836 Belle Mead-
ow, Pensacola; Drive While
Lic Susp Habitual Offender,
Drive While Lie Susp 3rd or
Subseq Offense. 4/6/09
Barnhill, Jill Lynn; Fe-
male; 5584 Seminole St,
Milton; Probation Violation-
Felony. 4/6/09
Carnley, Myrtis Annette;
Female; 32; 4387 Wagon-
wheel Circle, Milton; Proba-
tion Violation-Felony. 4/7/09
Henderson, Lewis Bry-
an; Male; 36; 7564 Justin Ln,
Milton; Probation Violation-
Felony. 4/7/09
Highsmith. Diana Ma-
rie; Female; 38; 2078 Sun-
wood Navarre; Marijuana-
Producing Schedule 1.
Langdon, Anthony Pat-
rick; Male; 27; 5186 Azalea
Ave. Crestview, FL; Proba-
tion Violation-Felony 4/7/09
McClary, Richard Ian;
Male; 26; 2078 Sun Wood Ln,
Navarre; Marijuana Pro-
ducing Schedule 1.4/7/09
Morgan, Travis Jamaal;
Male; 24; 5921 Indepen-
dence Dr., Milton; Probation
Violation-Felony. 4/7/09
Simmons, Willis Lamar;
Male; 50; 4093 Vern St., Pace;
Probation Violation-Felony.
4/7/09 .
Smith Bradley David;.
Male; 35; 5284 Old Oak Rd,
Milton; Probation Violation-
Felony, Attach Registration
License Plate Not Assigned,
Drive While Lic Susp Habit-
ual Offender. 4/7/09
Robinson, Delsa Pante;
Female; 37; 2812 Winners
Circle, Navarre; Fraud-In-
suff FRinds Check-Make Ut-
ter Issue Over $150 (4 cts.)
Leathers, Bobby James;
Male; 30; 3754 McCollum
Drive, Pace; Probation Vio-
lation-Felony. 4/7/09
Arrington, Quincy
Wade; Male; 28; 423 West-

view Road, Gardendale, AL.
Fleeing and Eluding. 4/7/09
Fedon, Eric Daniel;
Male; 12; 6459 Heronwalk
Dr., Gulf Breeze; Lewd Las-
civ-Victim is Less 12YOA Of-
fender Less Than 18 YOA.
Breen, Ryan James;
Male; 36; 1613 Ora Driva;
Pensacola; Failure to Ap-
pear for Felony Offense.
Patterson, Kirsten Ma-
rie; Female; 35; 12 Ivanhoe
Ave., Pensacola; Failure to
Appear for Felony Offense.
Byrd, Michael Ray;
Male; 28; 3604 Patricia Dr.,
Pensacola; Probation Viola-
tion-Felony. 4/8/09
Camp, Jennifer Lynn;
Female; 30; 7375 East Bay
Blvd., Navarre; Probation
ViQlation-Felony. 4/8/09
Hobbs, Bradley Shane;
Male; 22; 5688 Belandville
Rd, Milton; Probation Viola-
tion-Felony 4/8/09
McKellar, Corella Ann;
Female; 25; 8874 Hickory
Hammock Rd, Milton; Larc-
Retail Theft $300 or More
1st Off. 4/8/09
Papaiohn, Todd Andrew;
Male; 37; 10377 McArthur
Ln, Pensacola; Probation
Violation-Felony 4/8/09
Benton, Kyler O'Neal;
Male; 14; 8699 Riverstone
Dr., Milton; Arson 2nd De-
gree, Burgl Unoccupied
Conveyance Unarmed,
Damage Prop-Crim Misch
$1,000 or More, Larc-Theft is
$300 or More But Less Than
Bingham, Richard Wil-
liani; Male; 17; 9591 Per-
menter Rd, Milton; Dam-
age Prop-Crim Misch $200
& Under, Burgl Unoccupied
Structure Unarmed, Larc-
Petit ls Offense, Damage
Prop-Crim Misch Over
$200 Under $1,000 Subsq
Off, Larc Theft is $300
or More But Less Than
$5,000, Larc Grand of Fire-
arm, Arson 2nd Degree (3,
cts.), Burgl Unoccupied
Conveyance Unarmed,
(2 cts.), Burgl Dwelling

or Struct Cause Damage
Over $1,000. 4/8/09
Demarcus, Cody Taylor;
Male; 14; 4896 Bell Ridge Ln,
Pace; Lewd Lascv-Victim is
Less 12 YOA Offndr Less
Than 18YOA. 4/8/09
Cole, Aaron Gardner;
Male; 25; 5556 Glenda Lane,
East Milton; DUI and Dam-
age Property. 4/7/09
Smith, Rachel Sarah;
Female; 24; 4395 Creighton
Road, Pensacola; Synth
Narcotic-Possess Wit Sell
Mfg or Deliver Schedule I or
11. 4/8/09
Stroud, David Jerry
Lauren; Male; 17; 8758
Bright Oak Circle, Milton;
Damage Prop-Crim Misch
$200 and Under, Burgl Unoc-
cupied Structure Unarmed,
Larc-Petit 1st Off (3 cts.),
Arson 2nd Degree (3 cts.),
Damage Prop-Crim Misch
$1,000 or More (2 cts.), Bur-
gl Dwelling or Struct Cause
Damage Over $1,000, Bur-
gl-Dwelling Structure or
Conveyance Armed, Larc-
Grand of Firearm, Damage
Prop-Crim Misch $1,000 or
More, Larc-Theft is $300 or
More But Less Than $5,000.
Underwood, David Na-
thaniel; Male; 12; 8699 Riv-
erstone Rd, Milton; Arson-
2nd Degree, Burgl Unoccu-
pied Conveyance Unarmed,
Damage Prop-Crim Misch
$1,000 or More, Larc-Theft is
$300 or More But Less Than
Pelfrey, Jessica Mi-
chelle; Female; 19; 4296
Avenida San Marcus, Pace;
Burgl Unoccupied Con-
veyance Unarmed (2 cts.),
Larc-Theft is $300 or More,
. But Les Than $5,000 (2 cts.),
Burgl Unoccupied Struc-
ture Unarmed, Larc-Petit
1st Offense. 4/9/09
Aleman. Jr. Victor Gill;
Male; 26; 105 Hattaway Dr.,
Altamonte Springs, FL;
Reckless Drive Damage
Person or Property, Drive
While Lic Susp fst Off, Car-
rying Concealed Weapon-
Electric Weapon or Device,

Resist Officer Obstruct W/O
Violence, Possess Cocaine.
Baldwin, Norman Chris-
topher; Male; 19; 4041 Sheri-
dan Drive, Pace; Burg Un-
occupied Conveyance Un-
armed (6 cts.), Larc-Theft is
$300 or More But Less Than
$5,000 (4 cts.), Burgl- Unoc-
cupied Structure Unarmed,
Larc-Petit 1st Off, Larc-
Petit 1st Degree Property
$100 to Under $300, Dealing
in Stolen Property (2 cts.),
Damage Prop-Crim Misch-
$200 and Under, -Larc-Petit
1st Degree Property $100 to
Under $300. 4/9/09
Coriell, June NMN; Fe-
male; 51; 4115 Buford Ln,
Milton; DUI and Serious
Bodily Injury to Another (3
cts.), Homicide-Neglig Man-
sl-Veh-DUI Cause Death to
Any Human, Killing of Per-
on or Viable Fetus w/ Veh.
Duncan. Sr., William
James; Male; 43; 1934 Costa
Verde Ct, Navarre; Proba-
tion Violation-Felony. 4/9/09
Fletcher, Huron Dale;
Male; 25; 8808 Cagle Dr., Na-
arre; Probation Violation-
Felony. 4/9/09
Pelfrey. Jessica Mi-
chelle; Female; 19; 4298
Avenida San Marcus, Pace;
Damage Prop-Crim Misch
$200 and Under, Burgl Un-
occupied Conveyance Un-
armed (2 cts.), Larc Petit
1st Degree Property $100 to
Under $300 (2 cts.), Dealing
in Stolen Property (2 cts.).
Slaughter, Thomas
Scott; Male; 42; 8310 Billy
Bob Ln, Milton; Battery-
Touch or Strike, Obstruct-
ing Justice-Retaliate Agnst
Informant Vict Witness W/O
Injury. 4/12/09
Smith, Henry;, Male; 47;
1015 Adrian Way, Milton,
FL; Battery-Cause Bodily
Harm, Burgl With Asslt or
Battery. 4/12/09
Barrett, Steven Nicho-
las; Male; 30; 4658 Cardinal
St, Pace; Contempt of Court
Viol Injunction Protection

Domestic Violence, Battery
Touch or Strike, Obstruct
Etc Vict Witness Informant.
Burdette, Cameron
Franklin; Male; 13; 4221
West Avenida De Golf, Pace;
Burgi Unoccupied Struc-
ture Unarmed, Battery on
Officer Firefighter EMT
Etc. 4/10/09
Corporon, Derek Ryan;
Male; 22; 9009 University
Pkway, Pensacola; Larc-
Petit 1st Off, Fraud-False
Statement to Obtain Credit
or Property, Drugs-Possess
Cntrl Sub W/O Prescription
(2 cts.) 4/9/09
Haggerd. Austin Doug-
las; Male; 14; 208 Whitlock
Ave, Crawfordsville, IN;
Damage Prop-Crim Misch
Over $200 Under $1,000 Sub-
seq Off. 4/11/09
Ward, Roderick Darrell;
Male; 36; 1173 Summer Bluff
Rd, Jacksonville, FL; Larc-
Theft is $300 or More But
Less Than $5,000.4/9/09
Wyers, Laura Elizabeth;
Female; 44; 4960 Hwy. 90,
Pace; DUI Alcohol or Drugs
1st Off, Damage Prop-Crim
Misch $200 and Under, Bur-
gl Unoccupied Structure
Unarmed, Larc-Petit 1st
Off. 4/12/09
Moore, Ricky Ray;, Male;
58; 5374 Regents Ave., Pen-
sacola; Failure to Appear for
Felony Offense. 4/09
Farman, Samuel Benja-
min; Male; 25; 5472 Alabama
St, .Milton; DUI Alcohol
or Drugs 1st Off, DUI and
Damage Property. 4/12/09
Saffell, William Lewis;
Male; 47; 245 SE Coolidge,
Lee, FL; DUI. 4/9/09
Denney, Lucretia Wil-
liams; Female; 47; 4525
White Pine Ct,, Niceville;
DUI. 4/9/09
Fbrrette, Traci Lee; Fe-
male; 48; 7734 Navarre Pk-
way, Navarre; DUI. 4/11/09
McCaffery, Sean Pat-
rick; Male; 37; 6126 Saufley
Pines Rd, Pensacola; DUI
Alcohol or Drugs 2nd Off.

McCall, Donnell NMN;
Male; 35; 3800 Patricia Dr.,
Pensacola; DUI. 4/10/09
Munnings, Tabitha
Lynn; Female; 28; 4693
Thousand Oaks Blvd., Pace;
DUI. 4/10/09
Sands, John Dillinger,
Male; 33; 3541 Fawnwood
PL, Pace; DUI. 4/10/09
Cotton. Donna Dlynn;
Female; 49; 5849 Hermitage
Cir, Milton; DUI and Dam-
age Property. 4/13/09
Clark, Moody Dewitt;
Male; 25; 6436 Hwy. 90, Mil-
ton; Out of State Fugitive
From Justice. 4/13/09
Guyton, Michael Bell;
Male; 28; Nina Street, Na-
varre; Drive While Lic Susp
Habitual Offender. 4/13/09
Reffett, James David;
Male; 39; 82533 Verano St.,
Navarre; Out of State Fugi-
tive From Justice. 4/13/09
Cummings, Jaleal La-
mar; Male; 22; 1833 Con-
dor Dri. Cantonment, FL;
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What are

we teaching


These comments are not directed toward
educators, but to those who are tasked with
educating a child. When you think about it,
that's all of us.
It's funny watching people after a ball game,
festival, public forum or anything where more
than eight to 10 people gather. There is always
that one person who, no matter what, can do
it better, faster,' and smarter than those in-
Sometimes, this is someone sitting on the
bench, but when it comes time for the group to
be rewarded, quickly jump to the front row of
the picture.. .making sure everyone knows just
how prominently they were involved.
These are the folks who want to be reward-
ed, but don't want to actually do the work.
It may be old school, but many old timers
are used to scratching and clawing for every-
thing they got.
It wasn't given to any of these folks. If we
wanted it, they fought for it.
They were taught there were no handouts
and things had to be earned. ,
These folks might have received a free pub-
lic education, but to succeed and get more out
of life, it took a lot of work.
It was the same in athletics, even playing
community or. league sports,.
,.There might have been an end-of-the-sea-
son party with teammates, but to bring home
the hardware, these folks had to beat everyone
There were trophies for first and second
Ironically, if numbers don't matter, why do
they keep score? For that matter, why do we
even go so far as to evaluate someone's'.per-
formance or grade their work as an employee
or student? Obviously, it is because, in the end,
things "do" matter.
Sports do not comprise the only competitive
field out there.
In fact, in one way or another, everything is
competitive and we have become complacent.
We often hear how our schools are compared
to other countries. So, in someone's mind, it is
a competitive world. /
Another case in point is the economic stim-
ulus package.
Government agencies and those in the bank-
ing and auto .industry were crying for money.
Well the handout apparently didn't help
Dodge and Chrysler.
Even GM is feeling the pinch.
Banks are as well.
Still, we are expecting a handout (as a soci-
ety) to fix things instead of taking matters into
our own hands.
People are most powerful when they truly
want to be, but we have fallen back on our lau-
rels from years gone by.
It is probably passe to now, but when
it comes to day-to-day life, it truly is survival of
the fittest.
Unfortunately, we all have gotten fat off of
others' successes and do not realize how to
succeed on our own anymore.
So, we're challenging everyone to succeed
and not settle for second best.
Americans need to stop looking for a scape-
goat. They need to once again take responsibil-
ity for their oWn actions and then take actions
designed and planned to bring them what they

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Pizza parlor politics
Republican "leaders"
met recently at a pizza parlor
to discuss the future of the
GOP (Joseph Curl, Wash-
ington Times, 5/3/09).
The message: Forget the
past. Look to the future. All
well and good. However, for-
getting the past simply dims
the future.
The Biblical command-
ment to "'honor thy father
..." has an equal application
for Americans to honor our
Founding Fathers whose
faith in God to bless the new
nation resulted in America
becoming the world power,
for many years, respected.
Forming the National
Council for a New America,
those self-appointed "lead-
ers" need to -turn to the
Constitution, heed the enu-
merated and vested powers,
and liniit/restrict the power
of the federal government.
We are a nation of laws ... en-
forced laws.
Our current leaders have
a tendency to cave in to the
whims of the Secular Hu-
manist/Socialist left. They
are wimpish, and afraid they
will "offend" those who se-
verely offend us....such as
Janet Napilotano who calls
loyal, law-abiding citizens
domestic terrorists.
There is nothing wrong
with loyal citizens (not sub-
jects which we are becom-
ing under the current cabal
in Foggy Bottom) to be an-
gry about the slippery slope


of socialist leanings. Even had the RNC chose to sup-
the Bible tells, us that we can port him.
"be angry but sin not." Je- So ... are we to believe
sus Himself became angry these pizza parlor elitists
when He encountered the are really going to listen to
money changers (corrupt the people? Or is this more
politicians, bankers, etc) in fog/smoke?
the Temple (White House, Itis timepoliticians dolis-
Congress). ten to the people. Remem-
One thing not mentioned ber this? "a government of
at the Pizza Parlor Powwow the people, for the people,
is the fact that our citizens and by the people!"
must be taught civics, the
What and How our govern- BILL BLEDSOE
ment is supposed to work, Chairman State Executive
conforming to Constitutional Prohibition Committee
law. MAiltnn

Several generations of
children have been left be-
hind by not being educated
in American government.
The so-called national
panel of experts meeting for
pizza-photo op are the very
ones who have failed to lead.
Are we to believe they are
now suddenly reborn?
If Mr. Cantor really
means what he says (listen
to the people) it will be the
first time any national group
of Republicans ever did that.
A classic example (for
those old enough to remem-
ber): The RNC refused
to listen to the people in a
District near Bakersfield,
Calif., when they refused to
support the candidate for
Congress that the people in
the District overwhelmingly
supported. (case of Bordon-
aro v Firestone, to replace
Congressman Capps).
How we soon forget. That
seat could have been won by
the conservative Bordonaro,

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health and that of their chil-
Thank you for taking the
time for reading my views.


I do not choose
to be common
I do not choose to be a
common man. It is my right
to be uncommon...if I can.
I seek opportunity, not
security. I do not wish to be
kept citizen, humbled and
dulled by having the state
look after me.
I want to take calculated
risk; to dream and to build, to
fail and to succeed.
I refuse to barter incen-
tive for a dole. I prefer the
challenges of life to the guar-
anteed existence; the thrill of
fulfillment to the stale calm
of utopia.
I will not trade freedom
for beneficence nor my dig-
nity for a handout.
I will never cower before
any master nor bend to any
It is my heritage to stand
erect, proud, and unafraid;
to think and act for myself;
enjoy the benefits of God's
creations and to face the
world boldly and say this I
have done.
All this is what is means
to be an American.


Time to tax fries
I could not agree more
with your editorial in the
April 22nd edition. In fact,
I would go further with a
10-cent tax on each order
of French fries sold in the
states and a 25-cent tax on
frozen French fries sold in
Since type two diabetes
in youth has become a big
issue and parents no longer
seem willing to control what
children are eating it makes
since to me that the state
Medicade program could
use some extra help.
While I do not believe that
smokers will quit smoking, I
also believe that the mar-
ket for French (or freedom)
fries will dry up either. Bit, I
do think that parents (both
smoking and non smoking)
should take some active
responsibility for their own

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By Gladden Summerlin
The National Day
Of Prayer is tomorrow,
May 7. The doors of
IBC's Activities Cen-
ter will be open from
9-11 a.m. You are in-
vited to come and pray
during these hours
and then go to the
courthouse in Milton
for the event sched-
uled there at noon.
The Activities Center
is on the eastern end
of the IBC campus, di-
rectly on Highway 90.
Mother's Day is
this Sunday, May 10,
and we hope you can
be in church with your
mother on her special
If you don't have a
church home, we hope
you will come and wor-
ship with us at Imman-
uel. Our morning wor-
ship is at 10:30 a.m.,
and you will always
find a warm welcome
Mothers will be
recognized during
this Sunday's service,-
and each. mother will
receive a special gift
from IBC.

Rose Pinke, with Wags the dog, busies her hands while warming the hearts of others.


lap robes

bless with


Special to the Press Gazette
Care and prayers transcend
the miles through an outreach
ministry of local women.
The women of Christ United
Methodist Church (UMW) make
shawls and lap robes for special
people that God places on their
hearts. The items are made with
love and prayers that are sent up
each time the pieces are worked
on. When they are furnished, the
shawls and lap robes are blessed
before they are presented.
This ministry is meant to
bring warmth for the body, heal-
ing for the spirit and brightness
to their days.
This lap robe was made for
Pete Home who is in a VA nurs-
ing home in Kosiasko, Miss. It
was crocheted by Rose Pinke,
who chose to remember Pete,
whose name is on a perpetual
prayer list.
Pinke has a lifetime of giving
arid sharing of her talents. At the
age of 90, she still volunteers and
makes baby hats for all those
born in Santa Rosa Medical Cen-
ter. She is active in her church
and community.


Call Debbie Coon 393-3666
or Greg Cowell 910-0902

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Kornerstone BRIEFS

Fish fry at Bagdad
First Assembly
There will be a fish fry
on Saturday, May 6, at the
Bagdad First Assembly of
God. Each plate will have
fried mullet, hush puppies,
cole slaw, baked beans,
pickles, dessert and a bev-
erage. Adult plates will be
$6.50 each, and a child's
will be $4.50. Call 623-8906

for more information.

Food distribution
set for May 15
Shepherd's House Min-
istries Inc. will have its
"Good Samaritan" Food
Pantry Distribution on Fri-
day, May 15. Signup time is
7 a.m. Distribution is from
11 a.m. to noon, cut-off

Ask the Preacher

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

Dear Pastor Gallups I heard you address HR 1913 on
WEBY the other day. It is the new hate-crime law against
homosexuals. I understood5 you to say that this law would
affect pastors. How will it affect your ministry? Could you
please explain this to me?
-H.Y. Milton

Dear H.Y.
By the time this article is in the paper the scenario could
have changed. As of the receiving of your question the situa-
tion stands as follows.
This new proposed law would make it a HATE CRIME to
commit any criminal act of aggression against a homosexual.
I have several thoughts on that.
It is ALREADY against the law to commit ANY crime
against a homosexual or ANY other American Citizen. This
particular proposed law, in my opinion would be unconstitu-
tional in that it would create a "specially protected" class of
American Citizens... clearly not the intent of our founders.
Congress has just declared that homosexuals are more "valu-
able" than any other American citizens.
In other words, if you hit a person and they are-a homosex-
ual you could go to prison for up to 10 years. But if that
homosexual hits you, a heterosexual, the penalty would be
much less severe. But wait, it is the SAME crime you are
both U.S. citizens. Why is one entitled to more protection
than another for the same crime? They are not. Do you see
my point?
As far as pastors are concerned, there is language in the
proposed bill that would hold a pastor criminally responsible
if a person committed a crime against a homosexual and that
crime could be traced back to something the pastor promoted
or said that was deemed to have "enticed" or "incited" the
crime. Again, this is a dangerous and perhaps unconstitu-
tional slide we are on. It already is against the law for a pastor
or ANYONE else to incite someone to commit a criminal
As far as how it will affect my ministry and me I will
continue my ministry as always. I will preach that homosexu-
ality is a sin and that we as a Christians should reach out to
the homosexual in love with the opportunity of salvation
through Jesus Christ. I have never, nor would I ever incite
someone to harm a homosexual or anyone else.
Carl Gallups is the Pastor of Hickory Hammock Baptist Church. in Milton. He has a Bachelor of
Science degree from Florida State University, and a Master of Divinity from The New Orleans
Baptist Theological Seminary. He has been pastor of HHBC since 1987. He serves as an
International Youth Evangelist for the Southern Baptist Convention preaching all over the U.S. and
Canada. For more information about HHBC, call 623-8959 or 626-8951, fax: 623-0197.'
If you have any questions for Ask The Preacher, send it to: Ask The Preacher, Hickory Hammock
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Gait City Road in Milton.
The vehicle failed to yield,
even after the Deputy acti-
vated his lights and sirens.
The suspect pulled over
on Burbank Drive at which
time the Deputy asked the
suspect to get out of the
vehicle. The suspect was
identified as Dukes.
Dukes had a white pow-
dery substance smeared
across his face. When the

Deputy attempted to de-
tain Dukes, Dukes pushed
the Deputy and started
running on foot from the
The Deputy chased
'Dukes for approximately
10 yards, at which time
Dukes turned around and
got into a fighting stance. A
physical confrontation then
occurred between Dukes
and the Deputy as they fell

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to the ground. Dukes. got
on top of the deputy and
punched the Deputy in the
The Deputy was able to
get Dukes off of him and
Dukes continued to run
for approximately 10 more
yards. Dukes then got into
another fighting stance
at which time the Deputy
tackled him and another
fight ensued. Dukes then
got away from the Deputy
and ran while the Deputy
pursued him into a thick
wooded area.
A search of Dukes ve-
hicle revealed 3 plastic
baggies with cocaine resi-
due on the driver's seat.
Several pieces of cocaine
were also located. Depu-
ties believe that Dukes was
attempting to consume the
cocaine while the deputy
was attempting to stop

members are members
of the community, one ap-
pointed by each of the five
commissioners who are
responsible for reviewing
emergency services and
providing commissioners.
with recommendations on
improvements. The .com-
mittee meets quarterly.
Fire MSBU's are used
for the primarily volun-
teer stations of Allentown,
Bagdad, Berrydale, East
Milton, Harold, Munson,
Pace, Skyline, and Jay to
improve fire and medical
services, by implementing
a five-year plan created
by the Santa Rosa County
Fire Services Executive
Group, while maintaining
a "no subsidy" ambulance
contract. The fire services
executive group meets
regularly to review prog-
ress and address concerns
and consists of chiefs from

the nine stations, two
community representa-
tives and the Santa Rosa
County Emergency Ser-
vices Coordinator. Holley-
Navarre, Midway, Avalon
and Navarre Beach are
special taxing districts and
not part of the MSBU fire
group. Gulf Breeze and
Milton fire services are
provided by their munici-

Second Quarter Fire
MSBU Update

From January 1- March
31, the nine MSBU stations
responded to a total of 1,346
119 traffic accidents
767 calls for medical
460 fires
In the second quarter of
fiscal year 2008-2009, sta-

tions received new equip-;
ment that was approved
by the fire services execu-,
tive group during the first
quarter. No expenditures
were approved in January;
through March:

Continued funding of,
four full-time firefighters/.'
EMT personnel at the Pace:
and Skyline fire depart-1
Continued stipend;
program for over 200 volun-'
teer firefighters J
1 Tanker/Pumper i
truck for Pace Fire/Rescue
1 Rescue engine for '
Pace Fire/Rescue District
1 Rescue engine for,
Skyline Fire & Rescue Dis-
Rescue, extrication
and fire equipment to out-
fit each response vehicle
listed above

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

Sacred Heart Medical Group
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The Medical Park also offers easy access to many
oiier physicians and outpatient services, including:
Pace Surgery Center
Gastroenterology Associates
The Surgery Group
Allergy & Asthma Center of Northwest Florida, PA
Pensacola Orthopaedics
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Southeast Vascular Group
Comprehensive Pain Management
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For more details
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Should Do
*Plan for 14 days of,
childcare. This length-
of time is recommended
because children are
likely to be infectious.
for about 7 10 days
after the onset of
*Make advance,
arrangements with your
employer concerning the
need for time off during
the potential swine
flu outbreak. Devise
a preliminary work
schedule and determine
if contingency plans
such as flexible hours or
working from home are

Start networking
with other parents
in the community to
develop support systems,
consider childcare
options, and provide
shared solutions to
common issues.'
Plan learning
activities and exercises
that your children can
do at home, and gather
materials such as books,
school supplies, and
educational computer
*Talk to your
teachers, administrators,
and parent-teacher
organizations about your
school's pandemic plan,

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Consider that
many of your child's
extracurricular activities
may be cancelled, as
congregating in large
numbers may further
contribute to 'the spread
of disease.

Guidance on School &
Daycare Closures
Guidance from the
Florida Department
of Health and Centers
for Disease Control
(CDC) recommends
the consideration to
temporarily close schools
and daycare facilities in
order to decrease the
spread of illness in the

Schools with one
or more probable or

Heel Pain
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Sports Injuries
Dance Injuries
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confirmed swine flu
cases among students,
faculty or staff.
*A school district or
part of a school district
if more than 1 school in
the district or geographic'
area has a probable or
confirmed swine flu case
among students, faculty
or staff.
*If a school dismisses
students or a daycare
facility closes, school
or childcare-related
gatherings should also
be canceled to avoid
gathering in large

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about the
recommendations for
K-12 school and daycare
closings are available
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Portable classroom
Sealed-bid Auction
The Santa Rosa County School Board has declared eight water-
damaged portable classrooms surplus and bids for purchase are
solicited from the public. These classrooms are located at T. R.
Jackson Pre-K School, Milton, FL. They may be viewed and
inspected on the dates listed below. Please contact the school
administration office for permission to enter the campus.
T. R. Jackson Pre-Kindergarten Center
4950 Susan Street Milton, FL 32570
(850) 983-5720
Dates: Inspection & Iid Submission
Monday, May 25 through Wednesday, June 3, 2009
Hours: 8:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. (weekdays only)
Bid submission deadline: 2:00 p.m., June 3, 2009
Location: Administrative Support Complex
6544 Firehouse Rd Milton, Florida
Jesse De Leon
Surplus Warehouse/Textbook Depository
(850) 983-5143
or email:

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The Santa Rosa County Board of County Commissioners proposes to exchange property within the areas shown
in the map in this advertisement. A public meeting on the proposal will be held on May 28, 2009, at 9:30 a.m., at
the Santa Rosa County Administrative Center in the Board Meeting Room, 6495 Caroline St., Milton, FL.

The map with the location of the proposed property to be exchanged may be inspected by the public prior to the
above scheduled meeting at the Santa Rosa County Commissioner's Office, 6495 Caroline Street, Milton, Florida.
Interested parties may appear at the meeting and be heard with respect to this proposed exchange. All interested
parties should take notice that if they decide to appeal any decision made by the Santa Rosa County Board of
County Commissioners with respect to any matter coming before said Board at said meeting, it is their individual
responsibility to insure that a record of any proceeding they are appealing exists and for such purpose they will
need to insure that a verbatim recprd of the proceeding is made, such record shall include the testimony and the
evidence upon which their appeal is to be based.
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City of Milton Youth Fbotball
Registration: The City of Miltor
youth cheerleading and football]
registration will begin in the nexi
few weeks. Children ages 5-14 in
terested in participating can reg-
ister at the Milton Community
Center, 5629 Byrom St. The firsi
Saturday to sign up for football
is May 16 from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m
Starting May 18, register for foot-
ball Monday through Friday from
noon to 8 p.m. Registration ends
when teams are full. The $95 par-
ticipation fee includes: Gulf Coast
Youth Football Alliance registra-
tion, end of the year trophy, game
jersey (child keeps), use of: should.
der pads, helmet, 7 piece pad set
mouth piece, game pants, a jam-
boree and games.
For more information, visit,
call 850-983-5466

Free basketball clinic: Milton
High School will be hosting a free
basketball clinic on May 11. The
clinic will be for boys and girls ir
grades four through eight. The
girls clinic will be from 5 p.m. tc
6:30 p.m. and the boys clinic wil
run from 7 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. Those
attending this clinic are urged tc
bring water and dress appropri-

East Milton Recreation
Park: There will be a meeting
at East Milton Ball Park at the
board room, on May 12, @ 6:30
This is for Men and Coed softball
teams, and we will be meeting or
adult Kick ball also, For more in-
formation call Michael Smith @

Tennis Across America Clin.
ics: The following are the Free
Annual Tennis Clinics. sponsored
by the USPTA "Tennis Across
America 2009:"
Saturday, May 16, 2009 A
C. Read Tennis Center, NAS Pen
Saturday, May 23, 2009 Pen
sacola Junior College, Miltor
Campus .
Saturday, May 30,2009 Pen
sacola Junior College, Main Cam
pus (Pensacola)
8:00 a.m. 10:00 a.m. Chil
dren/Juniors -
0:00 a.m. 12:00 Noon -
Available Rackets on loan ..
lots of tennis balls to hit... lighl
refreshments. mun tennis is or
the courts. Please contact Mark
Alvarez, USPTA/USPTR, at 623
2911 for further information.

5K Run/Walk: The 35th Billy
Bowlegs 5K Run/Walk: June 6th
at 10:30PM at Fort Walton Beach
High School. Early registration
is $18 until May 26th $20 May
27th to June 5th and $25 on race
day. For entry form, registration
and additional information visil
the Race Calendar at www.nwftc
com or contact Bonnie Cardow
phone 651-5631 or email bow You may reg
ister online at
until June 2nd.

Milton Baseball Camp: The
Milton Panthers will host a base
ball camp June 8 to June 11. The
camp will be held in two sessions
8 a.m. to 11 a.m. and noon to 3 p.m
at the Milton High School base
ball field. Cost of the camp is $10(
and each camper will receive a
camp T-shirt and a personal video
of themselves throwing, hitting
and fielding. For more ififorma
tion call 983-5600, ext] 143.

Challenger Sports Soccei
Camp: East Milton Youth Associ
ation will be hosting a Challenge]
Sports Soccer Camp June 8th
to June 12th from 9am to 12pmr
daily for kids ages 6-16 and anc
evening camp from 5pm 6pmr
for kids ages 3-5. The cost of the
half day camp is $105 and for the
evening camp is $65. The Chal
longer Sports Soccer Camp pro
vides players of all ages and abili
ties the opportunity to receive
high-level soccer coaching frorr
a team of international experts
Each day includes individual
foot skills, technical skills, tacti
cal practices, small-sided games
coached scrimmages, and a dail3
tournament. For more informa
tion visit our web site @ www 01
call Valerie 983-9705.

Kickball League: East Miltor

Adult Co-ed Summer Kickball is
forming. Four females per teamr
are required and registration is
$175 per team, minimum of 10
players, maximum of 20 players
10 game season games on Tues
day nights. This league is for ages
k-. 41

1 16+ and open to the first 6 teams
that sign-up. For more information
I contact Anthony Daughtery da_
t or call
- 850-983-2242 and leave a message.

Youth Wresting: The Milton
t youth wrestling and the Milton
I Panther Takedown Club Youth
. Wrestling Program for ages six
- and up are currently practicing
i on Monday's at at Hobbs Middle
g School gym from 7-8:30 p.m. They
- are also going to host a youth
t wrestling camp on May 2nd at the
- Milton High 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 infor-
t mation on.the camp call 450-2434.

Make a Difference and Have
Fun Doing it!: Even if you can't
1 throw a strike, you can still look
out for the best interests of a
child in the 2009 "Bowling to
Make a Difference" Bowling
Tournament. This year's tourna-
ment will benefit the Northwest
I Florida Guardian ad Litem Pro-
gram. The event will take place
May 2nd, at Cordova Lanes on
- Airport Blvd in Pensacola from
3pm to 6pm. Registration is $30
per person and includes three
games, shoe rental, and a meal.
There will also be a bake sale at
the event and a raffle for some
. fantastic prizes. The fund-rais-
I er is hosted by the Plant Crist
i chapter of the Transformers, a
- non-profit Gulf Power employee
service organization. Let's get
together and make a difference
in a child's life! For more infor-
- mation call 429-2211.

I Baseball Camp: The West
s Florida baseball team and Head
Coach Mike Jeffcoat will host
. the West Florida Baseball Skills
- Academy at Jim Spooner Field for
sessions on June 8-12 and June
- 15-19. The camp is for children
a ages 6-12 with emphasis placed
on baseball fundamentals. The
- camp will take place from 8:30
- a.m. to 12:00 p.m. each day. The
cost is $110.00 per camper, with a
- $10 discount if the child is signed
up by May 30. Camp registration
- includes a free T-shirt. '
For instructions on signing
up visit, click
t on camps, and follow the links to
a the baseball skills academy. For
D information on all UWF Athletics,
- visit

UWF Summer Hoops Camp:
y Shannan Bergen and her staff are
proud to present this year's team
' and individual basketball camps.
, An individual day camp will be'
y held for girls entering 3rd -12th
a grades during the week of June
a 22-26, 2009. In addition, Coach
t Bergen will be holding a camp
available for teams to participate
v in through the weekend of June
- 26-28, 2009.
Included in camp costs are
i individualized offensive and de-
fensive skills training with UWF
staff and players, along with ses-
B sions to explain general rules of
- play. Campers will participate in
open recreation swimming and a
, pizza party on Thursday. A camp
. t-shirt is provided, but campers
- must either bring their, own sack
0 lunch or purchase lunch at their
, own expense at the University
D Commons.
, Flyers and registration forms
- can be found Qnline at www.GoAr- by visiting the women's
basketball page or camps link.
r For more information on camps,
- contact UWF assistant coach
r Laura Davis at (850)474-2589 or

S Charity Golf Tourney: A
SCharity Golf Tourney to benefit
SHabitat for Humanity will be held
SMay 15 at Tiger Point Golf Club.
- For more information on the tour-
- nament call 477-0388 or 477-0381.
- You can also e-mail chpgolf@ for more information
Sor registration forms.

1 Cowboy Challenge: The Di-
- xie Darters Drill Team is produc-
, ing the first Dixie Cowboy Chal-
Slenge on May23 & 24 to be held at
- Coldwater Recreation Park. This
event is similar to the Extreme
r Cowboy Race as seen on RFD
TV Please see the details at

s More activities can befoundat
I Look
s for the box called 'Things to Do'.
D There you can check on activities
, by zip code or activity. And you
- are also more than welcome to
s enter your events there as well.

This report represents some
events the FWC Northwest Re-
gion handled from April 24 to
April 30; however, it does not
include all actions taken by the
Division of Law Enforcement.

Officer Keith Clark inspected
a commercial fishing vessel as
it returned to Perdido Key. The
inspection revealed rbd snapper
on the vessel. A check with the
FWC Communication Center re-
vealed the vessel's captain failed
to make the proper notification
that he was landing red snapper.
Officer Clark contacted Special
. Agent Allan Coker with National
Marine Fisheries Service and no-
tified him of the federal violation.
Officer Clark photographed the
fish and constructively seized
them. Lt. Brian Lambert and
Officer Fred Rondeau assisted
with the seizure of 197 pounds
of red snapper. Federal charges
are pending.

Officer Faris Livesay and
Lt. Dan Hahr were on water
patrol near Bayou Texar when
they checked a fisherman re-
turning to the boat ramp. The
man stated that he had not
caught anything and even sug-
gested that he was going to
have to eat his bait. A check of
his cooler revealed two redfish.
The man then stated that he
thought that the limit was two
fish. Officer Livesay issued the
subject a notice to appear for
over-the-bag limit of redfish.

After a day of water patrol,
an FWC officer returned to
the dock at the Navarre Beach
ramp after dhrk. The officer

observed a vessel operating
without displaying the required
navigation lights. Upon stop-
ping the vessel, he discovered
the operator was returning from
Specter Island with his wife and
young daughter on board. Dur-
ing the initial contact and vessel
inspection, the officer observed
signs of impairment from the
vessel operator. Field sobriety
tasks were conducted, which
further indicated the operator
was impaired. ,The operator
was arrested for boating under
the influence and was transport-
ed to the Santa Rosa County Jail
where he refused to provide a
sample of his breath for testing.

Officer Darrell Johnson re-
sponded to a call for assistance
in apprehending a suspect in-
volved in the fatal shooting of
two Okaloosa County sheriff
deputies. Officer Johnson ar-
rived at the scene just as the
suspect was shot by Walton
County deputies near Highway
331and Highway 90 in DeFuniak
Springs. Officer Johnson helped
secure the scene' and assisted,
with traffic control for several
hours. Officer Van Barrow also
responded and assisted with

Officer Joe Chambers ob-
served two subjects drive up in
a truck and begin fishing. When
he checked the individuals,
each produced a Florida identi-
fication card. When the driver
was asked if he had a driver's
license, he said it had been sto-
len. A check found the license
was suspended and the fisher
was previously cited for unknow-

ingly driving with a suspended
license. Officer Chambers cited
the fisher for knowingly driving
with a suspended license.

Officer Dennis Palmer locat-
ed a 30-foot sailboat aground in
a local bayou. The boat was tied
to a smaller boat that was occu-
pied by an individual. The occu-
pant said he had "salvaged" the
sailboat from Grand Lagoon and
was trying to contact the .owner.
Officer Palmer found the owner
was currently in prison. A certi-
fied letter has been sent to him
concerning the derelict status
of his vessel and the State Attor-
ney's Office will review for pos-
sible theft charges filed against
the "salvager."

*Lt. Harry Parker and Officer
Lane Bentley were conducting
fishery and boating safety in-
spections on the Apalachicola
River. A vessel occupied by two
subjects attempted to leave as
the officers approached. The
officers motioned the vessel to
stop. Once the vessel stopped,
the officers identified them-
selves and began a* routine
safety and fishery check. They
observed the individuals had
only one fishing rod with a
large treble hook attached. The
subjects were in possession of
several flathead catfish. Upon
closer inspection, the officers
observed the individuals were
in possession of three shocking
devices, one of which was still
attached to the boat battery.
The two Georgia meri were is-
sued citations for taking fresh-
water fish by illegal method.
The fish were released alive
and the shocking devices were


Pensacola Bay-

Thursday, May 7, 2009
4:40 AM CDT Moonset
6:00 AM CDT Sunrise
9:41 AM CDT High tide 1.52 Feet
6:26 PM CDT Moonrise
7:30 PM CDT Sunset
8:04 PM CDT Low tide -0.21 Feet

Friday, May 8, 2009
5:16 AM CDT Moonset
5:59 AM CDT Sunrise
10:08 AM CDT High tide 1.63 Feet
7:26 PM CDT Moonrise
7:31 PM CDT Sunset
8:51 PM CDT Low tide -0.27 Feet
11:02 PM CDT Full Moon

Saturday, May 9, 2009
5:55 AM CDT Moonset
5:58 AM CDT Sunrise
10:41 AM CDT High tide 1.68 Feet
7:32 PM CDT Sunset
8:25 PM CDT Moonrise
9:44 PM CDT Low tide -0.28 Feet

Sunday, May 10, 2009
5:57 AM CDT Sunrise
6:39 AM CDT Moonset
11:20 AM CDT High tide 1.69 Feet
7:32 PM CDT Sunset
9:22 PM CDT Moonrise
10:43 PM CDT Low tide -0.27 Feet

East Bay

Thursday, May 7, 2009
4:39 AM CDT Moonset
5:58 AM CDT Sunrise
10:26 AM CDT High tide 1.82 Feet
6:24 PM CDT Moonrise
7:29 PM CDT Sunset
9:22 PM CDT Low tide -0.25 Feet

Friday, May 8, 2009
5:14 AM CDT Moonset
5:58 AM CDT Sunrise
10:51 AM CDT High tide 1.96 Feet
7:25 PM CDT Moonrise
7:30 PM CDT Sunset
10:09 PM CDT Low tide -0.33 Feet
11:02 PM CDT Full Moon

Saturday, May 9, 2009
5:54 AM CDT Moonset
5:57 AM CDT Sunrise
11:26 AM CDT High tide 2.02 Feet
7:31 PM CDT Sunset
8:24 PM CDT Moonrise
11:00 PM CDT Low tide -0.33 Feet

SSunday, May 10, 2009
5:56 AM CDT Sunrise
6:37 AM CDT Moonset
12:05 PM CDT High tide 2.03 Feet
7:31 PM CDT Sunset
9:21 PM CDT Moonrise
11:59 PM CDT Low tide -0.32 Feet

Blackwater River

Thursday, May 7, 2009
4:39 AM CDT Moonset
5:59 AM CDT Sunrise
11:22 AM CDT High tide 1.82 Feet
6:25 PM CDT Moonrise
7:30 PM CDT Sunset
9:52 PM CDT Low tide -0.25 Feet

Friday, May 8, 2009
5:15 AM CDT Moonset
5:58 AM CDT Sunrise
11:47 AM CDT High tide 1.96 Feet
7:25 PM CDT Moonrise
7:31 PM CDT Sunset
10:39 PM CDT Low tide -0.33 Feet
11:02 PM CDT Full Moon

Saturday, May 9, 2009
5:54 AM CDT Moonset
5:57 AM CDT Sunrise
12:22 PM CDT High tide 2.02 Feet
7:31 PM CDT Sunset
8:25 PM CDT Moonrise
11:30 PM CDT Low tide -0.33 Feet

Sunday, May 10, 2009
5:56 AM CDT Sunrise
6:37 AM CDT Moonset
1:01 PM CDT High tide 2.03 Feet
7:32 PM CDT Sunset
9:22 PM CDT Moonrise

Navarre Beach

Thursday, May 7, 2009
4:39 AM CDT Moopset
5:58 AM CDT Sunrise
7:22 AM CDT High tide 1.41 Feet
6:24 PM CDT Moonrise
6:37- PM CDT Low tide -0.07 Feet
7:29 PM CDT Sunset

Friday, May 8, 2009
5:14 AM CDT Moonset
5:58 AM CDT Sunrise
7:47 AM CDT High tide 1.51 Feet
7:14 PM CDT Low tide -0.20 Feet
7:24 PM CDT Moonrise
7:30 PM CDT Sunset
11:02 PM CDT Full Moon

Saturday, May 9, 2009
5:54 AM CDT Moonset
5:57 AM CDT Sunrise
8:22 AM CDT High tide 1.56 Feet
7:30 PM CDT Sunset
7:53 PM CDT Low tide -0.27 Feet
8:23 PM CDT Moonrise

Sunday, May 10, 2009
5:56 AM CDT Sunrise
6:37 AM CDT Moonset
9:01 AM CDT High tide 1.57 Feet
7:31 PM CDT Sunset
8:40 PM CDT Low tide -0.29 Feet
9:20 PM CDT Moonrise

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Jay Royals win district crown

Pace stumbles

to runner-up

The Jay Royals advanced to
the Region. 1-2A Tournament af-
oter beating Ponce de Leon 4-3 in
the district championship.
Jay's Nick Simpsori (4-2)
picked up the win in relief, pitch-
ing three innings and striking out
seven for the Royals.
Ponce de Leon, who has been
Jay's (17-4) main nemesis in dis-
trict play this season, jumped out
to a 3-0 lead before the Royals got
on the board with two runs in the
bottom of the fourth.
With the game tied 3-3 in the
fifth inning, Jay's Hunter Brown

drove in Rush Hendricks to take
the lead. The Royals held on to
their one run lead for the win.
Dakota Smith led the Royals
going 2-for-3 on the day with an
The Royals hosted Sneads last
night in the first round of the 2A
FHSAA-Baseball tournament.
Pace lived by the big inning
Wednesday and died by it Thurs-
In one inning, a six-run lead
was erased and the Patriots' vi-
sions of a District 1-5A baseball
title disappeared in shocking
fashion, as Niceville scored seven
runs in the sixth to charge back
and win at Tate High.
Niceville's 7-6 win earns
home-field advantage. The Ea-
gles will host Tallahassee Chiles
in the region quarterfinal Tues-

day. Pace traveled to Lynn Ha-
ven Mosley last night to face the
As the sixth inning began
Thursday, no one at the game
would have expected that to be
the case.
The Patriots (25-4) had just
tacked on two more runs to ex-
tend their lead to 6-0, and starting
pitcher Craig Brown was work-
ing on a five-hit shutout with just
73 pitches under his belt.
A Pace victory was six outs
away. A single and two hit bat-
ters contributed to the big inning
early. But it was consecutive,
hits by Jordan Demos, Cutter
Terpley and then a three-run,
go-ahead home run by Robby
Campbell that finally did Pace
and Brown in.
As that Campbell shot flewwell

over the left-field fence, it was
clear the game had changed.
He did just that, pitching three
innings of shutout ball to close
out the victory for the Eagles
(19-9). His counterpart, Brown,
wasn't quite so fortunate.
He was pitching rather well
heading into the sixth but seemed
to lose some control after the in-
ning's first hitter, Danny Collins,
reached on a third-strike wild
From there, he gave up a
single and successive first-pitch
hit batters. Pace coach Charlie
Warner said Brown never should
have been on the mound long
enough to give up the game-win-
ner to Campbell.
West Florida Baptist Acade-
my's Zach Barrow threw a five-
inning no hitter, allowing only two
S' /

unearned runs, to defeat Aletheia
Christian 18-2 in the Panhandle
Christian Conference West Re-
gion Tournament semifinals.
Barrow helped his own cause
at the plate, going 2-for-5 with a
double and triple to drive in two
Ryne Barrow went 3-for-4 with
two RBIs, while Chris Stout went
2-for-3 with three RBIs, and Mi-
chael Payne went 2-for-4 with two
West Florida Baptist iced the
game when they scored nine
runs in the bottom of the fourth
that led to the 10-run mercy rule
after five innings.
West Florida Baptist will play
Central Christian (Ala.) Tuesday
at West Flbrida Christian for the
right to be the No. 1 overall seed
in the conference tournament.

Argos earn

regional bid

UWF to face Roll ins

in first round of tourney

The University of West Florida softball team
will play in its second straight NCAA Tourna-
ment and ninth in program history, as the NCAA
released the Division II championship field 'Mon-
day. The Argonauts will travel to Huntsville,
Ala., to play 2009 Sunshine State Conference
Co-champion Rollins College in the first round
of the four-team double elimination tournament,
scheduled to run Friday, May 8,,through Sunday,
May 10.
The national field is divided into eight re-
gions, with two hosts from each region. The Ar-
gonauts will play at host and Gulf South Confer-
ence rival Alabama-Huntsville, while the other
side of the South Region will be hosted by 2009
GSC champion Valdosta State. The winners
from the two host sites will face each other in
a super regional series on May 15-16, with the
winner advancing to the NCAA Finals in Salem,
Va., on May 21P25.
The Argonauts (41-16, 15-11 GSC) fell to Valdo-
sta State in their second game of the GSC Tour-
nament in Southaven, Miss., but rain forced an
abrupt end to the tournament, eliminating UWF's
chance to advance through the loser's bracket.
Last year at the NCAA Regional at Barry Univer-
sity, UWFdefeated Alabama-Himtsville in the first
round but was eliminated after losses to Saint Leo
and Tampa.

Lightning tame

Wolfpac, 36-6

The Pensacola Lightning opened up their 2009
season with a convincing 36-6 win over the Pen-
sacola Wolfpac.
In a game hyped as "The Battle of Pensacola,"
the Lightning took control early and never relin-
quished it.
The Lightning dominated in every phase of the
game scoring twice through the air as Don Rich
connected with Marcus Lewis, and Mike Hall to
Kelly Smith.
Lightning would also strike defensively as'Ker-
ry Robinson returned an interception 42 yards and
Jonathan Gardner took a fumble on special teams
eight yards for the score.
All-American kicker Jacob Matlock added
three field goals, and the Lightning defense led by
Donald Tharpe and Dillon Cleckler did the rest.

Wolfpac 0 0 6 0 6
Lightning 6 10 7 13 36
PL--Matlock 42yd FG
PL--Matlack 37yd FG
PL--Robinson 42yd int return(Matlock
PL--Matlock 21yd FG
PW--Levi 14yd rec from Johnson(kick
PL--Gardner 8 yd fumble return(Matlock
PL--Lewis 64yd rec from Rich(Matlock
PL--Smith 38yd rec from Hall(kick failed)

O'Hair gets redemption

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By Bill Gamblin I Press Gazette
A huge turnout came to the Cancer Soceity's efforts to
campus of Pensacola Junior eradicate cancer. There were
College in Milton for the annual children, adults, cheerleaders,
Relay for Life campaign. Several teachers and a few interplanetary
teams and team members turned guest who arrived. More photos
out for the all-night event to help from this event can be found online
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Babb and Bray
families to reunite
The families of William
V Babb and Ruth Bray
Babb would like to invite
anyone that is related to
either side of the family
to join them in Defuniak Fl on May 23,2009
from 9:00 a.m. until 5:06
p.m. For more information
please contact either: Billy
J, Babb ph 636-357-8875 or
email or
Eugene Babb at 337-513-
2189 or email ebabb@cppj.

City of Milton
Milton's Computer
Committee will meet
Monday, May 11, at 8 a.m.
in Conference Room B of
City Hall.
Milton's City Coun-
cil will meet in Regular
Session Tuesday, May
12, at 5 p.m. in Council
Chambers of City Hall.
All meetings are locat-
ed at 6738 Dixon Street
in, Milton and are open
to the public. For further
information, call 983-

Spinal cord injury
reunion is set
The Spinal Cord Injury
Reunion Group meets on
the 2nd Tuesday of each
month from 2:00 3:00 p.m.
in the Community Rooms of
the West Florida Rehabilita-
tion Institute, 8391 N. Davis
Highway in Pensacola. The
next meeting is scheduled
for Tuesday, May 12.
The Spinal Cord In-
jury Reunion Group meets
monthly to offer support
and the latest information
about spinal cord injury for
anyone who has suffered a
spinal cord injury or other
illness that results in simi-
lar deficits and difficulties,
such as Guillain-Barre Syn-
drome, Multiple Sclerosis,
and ALS (Amyotrophic Lat-
eral Sclerosis). Caregivers
and family members are
also welcome.
Registration is not re-
quired. However, for more
information about the Spinal
Cord Injury Reunion Group,
call (850) 494-3212.

Team to hold
pancake breakfast
The Southern Smoke

Softball Pancake Breakfast
will be held Saturday, May
9 at Ollie's Neighborhood
Grill in Milton. The cost
of the breakfast is $5.00.
Breakfast includes pan-
cakes, sausage, and choice
of beverage-orange juice,
milk, tea or coffee. Break-
fast will be served from 7
a.m. to 10 a.m. If you need
more information or would
like to purchase tickets, call
TerriHutton at 850/450-1625.
The public is more than
welcome to pay at the door.
Please join us for breakfast
and support the West Flor-
ida Elite Southern Smoke
Softball Travel Team.

UWF SBDC offers
The SBDC at UWF,
Bloomer Geri & Co.,
CPAs and business profes-
sionals are collaborating to
offer basic and advanced
QuickBooks training via
PowerPoint presentations
and a workbook Training
will be conducted at the
SBDC Pensacola location
only. The Basics of Quick-
Books The Small Busi-
ness Development Center
at the University of West FL

(401 E. Chase Street, Suite
100, Pensacola) is holding
its "The Basics of Quick-
Books workshop on Tues-
day morning, May 12, from
9 a.m. to 12 noon. Attendees
will learn how QuickBooks
financial software helps you
take control of your busi-
ness finances. Training cov-
ers the basics of bookkeep-
ing with the software. Fee is
$50 (or $45 if also attending
Advanced QuickBooks).
QuickBooks Advanced is
offered on May 12, Tuesday
afternoon, from 1 to 4 p.m.
Fee is $50 (or $45 is also at-
tendihg "Basics").
Business Planning for
Success workshop is offered
on Wednesday evening, May
13 from 6 to 9 p.m. Attend-
ees will discover the basics
of writing a business plan,
and will learn how a busi-
ness plan impacts the lend-
ing decision and the success
of a business. Fee is $40 for
the public and free for stu-
dents and faculty members
of the University of West
Florida who present a Nau-
tilus Card.
"Construction and Job
Costing in QuickBooks" will
be offered.on Friday morn-
ing, May 15; from 8 a.m. to 1

p.m. Fee is $50.
Since our funding agency
requires a minimum num-
ber of attendees, we cancel
workshops that don't meet
these requirements. Pre-
registration is.highly recom-
mended. To register for any
of these classes, call 850/473-
7830 or go to website (www. and click on

Stroke support
group to meet
The Stroke Support
Group meets on the 2nd
Monday of each month
from 2:00 3:00 p.m. in the
Community Rooms of the
West Florida Rehabilita-
tion Institute, 8391 N. Davis
Highway in Pensacola.
The next meeting is
scheduled for Monday, May
11. The topic of the meet-
ing will be "Where's Waldo?
Traveling if You Need Assis-
tance" and will be present-
ed by Iinda Gray-Astley,
CTRS, West Florida Reha-
bilitation Institute. The ses-
sion is free and open to for-
mer stroke patients, fami-
lies, caregivers, or anyone
who might be interested
in attending. Reservations

are not required; however
for more information about
the Stroke Support Group,
call (850) 494-3212.

Sleep support
group to meet
The Sleep Support Group
meets on the 2nd Tuesday of
each month from 5:30 6:30
p.m. in the Community
Rooms of the West Florida
Rehabilitation Institute,
8391 N. Davis Highway in
The next meeting is
scheduled for Tuesday, May
12, and the featured speak-
er will be Robert Dawkins,,
PhD, MPH, certified sleep
specialist with West Florida
Hospital. During the ses-
sion, Dr. Dawkins will dis-
cuss "Sleep Disorders and
CPAP Therapy." Support
group participants are also
encouraged to bring their
CPAP machines to the meet-
ing if they would like to have
their pressures checked or
ask questions about their
The session is free and
open to anyone with a sus-
pected or confirmed sleep
disorder. ITob register, call
(850) 494-3212.

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Brownie Troop -243 of Pace had their first overnight camp out at Camp
Kolomoki in Defuniak Springs on April 25-26. The girls had a great time
hiking, canoeing, cooking their own meals, and of course making S'mores.
They all made camp shirts to remember their camping adventure.

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Santa Rosa Medical Center BIRTHS

Traci R. Barnett & Jo-
seph B. Espada, a son, Jack-
son Brice Espada, born
Thursday, April 9,2009.
Nikld R, Allen & Terry L.
Langford, a daughter, Mi-
cayela Lucille Ann Lang-
ford, born Wednesday, April
15, 2009.
Candace & Brian Ken-
nedy, a daughter, Briana
Antonella Kennedy, born
Thursday, April 16, 2009.
Carolyn D. Bradley, a
daughter, Brielle Nichole
Bradley, born Friday, April
17, 2009.
Beth & Jeremy Ledger,


a daughter, Savannah Rae
Ledger, born Sunday, April
19, 2009.
Breana & Earl Patrick, a
son, Brandon Reece Pat-
rick, born Wednesday, April
22, 2009.
Shannon & Jason
Sutherby, a daughter,
Trinity Payge Sutherby,
born Wednesday, April 22,
Anna & Ryan Rock, a
daughter, Sarah Elizabeth
Rock, born Wednesday,
April 22, 2009.
Valarie & Ruben Rodri-
guez, a son, Tate Antonio

Group works to Stamp Out Hunger

Special to the Press Gazette
The National Associa-
tion of Letter Carriers Food
Drive will happen on Satur-
day, May 9, 2009. Local let-
ter carriers will collect do-
nations from homes across
the Pace and Milton area
and deliver them to the
post Pace and Milton Post

Offices to donate to the Bay
Area Food Bank.
We need volunteers
at both the Pace Post Of-
fice and the Milton Post
Office from 2-4 and 4-6 to
help unload and sort the
donated items. Volunteers
are needed at the following
locations: Pace Post Office,
4584 Chumuckla Highway;

Milton Post Office, 5111
Dogwood Drive in Milton
Who: Bay Area Food
Bank and the National As-
sociation of Letter Carri-
What: National Associa-
tion of Letter Carriers Food
Drive Stamp Out Hunger
When: Saturday, May 9,
2009 from 2 to 6 p.m.

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1255 Country Club Rd.
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Happy Mothers Day, Mary McKenzie, from your
D husband and daughters, friends, neighbors, and oth-
ers who love and appreciate you!
Mary and her husband, Dan McKenzie, we're high
J school sweethearts even as teenagers at Moore
Academy in Pineapple, Alabama. But it wasn't until
January of 1945 that they were eventually married
in a family ceremony while he was home on leave
from the military.
It's been a wonderful life since then, often hectic,
sometimes tragic, but always full of drama as Mary
used her wits, ingenuity, and imagination, seizing
opportunities as they occurred while she and Dan
enjoyed their emerging family. After her college
education at Troy State University, Mary taught
i third and fourth grade at Canal Street School begin-
ning in 1955.'
Two more happy years followed as'the family set-
tled in Milton, joining the First Baptist Church and
Mrs. Mary McKenzie becoming involved in community activities. After
Leukemia claimed the life of nine year old daughter,
Diane, Mary concentrated her attention on raising daughters Janet and Linda, while joyfully.
welcoming the births of Lisa and Dana in her latethirties.
As her girls grew up, Mary refocused much of her time to activities at the Milton Garden Club
and was serving as its president when the current Garden Center was dedicated. Through study,
participation, and diligence she obtained National Accreditation as a Flower Show Judge'ahd as
a Master Floral Designer.
Today at 83, she continues to plant garden vegetables and summer blossoms. She is delighted
by her grandchildren and continues to educate the young ones in gardering and conservation.
Mary is a dedicated mother continuing to share with the girls her enthusiasm for gardening,
sewing, reading, watching the Chicago Cubs, and cheering for the Florida Gators! In her 64
years of marriage, Mary has been astabilizing influence in the lives of her family members,
quiet, and steadfast, leading, guiding her daughters, and taking care of Dan with increased love
and devotion.
Although somewhat low profiled by choice, Mary is a remarkable lady in every way. "We are
humbled by you, Mdther. We thank you, we love you, and will be here for you, always..."' her
daughters say.
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Rodriguez, born Friday,
April 24, 2009.
Susan McNaughton,
a son, Timothy Wreath
Spicer, born Friday, April
24, 2009.
Teresita G. & -Calvin
Duane Miller, Sr., a son, Cal-
vin Duane Miller, Jr., born
Saturday, April 25,2009.
Kristin R. Richard & Wil-
liam R. Dozier, a son, Noah
James Dozier, born Satur-
day, April 25,2009.
Brittney L. Ralleo &
Dustin C. Howell, a son,
Cole William Howell, born
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limitations ran out on the
case. (Case No. SC08-1748)
George Nicholas Kon-
stantakis, 44 Cocoanut Row,
Suite M210, Palm Beach,
disbarred for five years, ef-
fective 30 days from a March
5 court order. (Admitted to
practice: 1987) He was fur-
ther ordered to pay restitu-
tion of $26,680 to a client's
living revocable trust. In
2004, Konstantakis agreed
to represent a client in civil
proceedings. Thereafter, he
failed to attend the hearings,
show up for trial and com-
municate with the client.
The client was unaware of
the final judgment until she
was served with an order of
contempt in December 2006
for failure to provide finan,
cial information. (Case Nos.
SC08-917 and SC08-1550)
-Mark Lawrence, 801
Brickell Ave., Suite 900, Mi-
ami, disbarred effective 30


days from the date of a March
5 court order. (Admitted to
practice: 1988) Lawrence ad-
mitted to failing to preserve
and apply trust funds as re-
quired by Florida Bar rules;
issuing checks from his trust
account to pay his child sup-
port obligations; and engag-
ing in dishonest conduct.
(Case No. SC09-310)
Jeffrey Merrill Leu-
kel, PO. Box 8004, Sanford,
suspended for 90 'days, ef-
fective retroactive to Oct.
20, 2008, following an April
1 court order. (Admitted to
practice: 1986) Leukel was
further placed on probation
for three years and ordered
to enter into a contract with
Florida Lawyer's Assis-
tance. In September 2008,
Leukel pleaded no contest
to driving while his license
was permanently revoked,
a third-degree felony. (Case
No. SC08-1957)

Jerona Charmaine
Maiyo, 6996 Piazza Grande
Ave., Suite 309, Orlando,
disbarred effective imme-
diately, following a March
26 court order. (Admitted to
practice: 2001) Maiyo failed
to perform her duties as a
lawyer. She accepted retain-
er fees from clients and did
not perform work In some
instances, Maiyo abandoned
the cases without giving
notice. She did not. inform
The Florida Bar of her cor-
rect address, so at one
point, all correspondence
mailed to her was returned
as being unclaimed and not,
forwardable. In December
2007, Maiyo was suspended
for failure to complete her
continuing legal education
requirements. (Case No.
Andrew William Meny-
hart, EO. Box541739, Merritt
Island, suspended until fur-
ther order, following a March
19 court order. (Admitted to
practice: 1992) According to
an emergency suspension
order, Menyhart appeared
to be causing great public
harm by misappropriating
funds from his trust account.
In one matter, a $19,000
check written on Menyhart's
trust account was returned

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Wednesday, May 6, 2009

Driver license and vehicle inspection checkpoints to be held

Special to the Press Gazette

The Florida Highway Patrol will be
conducting driver license and vehicle
inspection checkpoints during the
month of May 2009 at the below listed
locations in Santa Rosa County.
Thru May 7 Quintette Road
West of County Road 197; Bagdad
Highway South of Milton; Hamilton
Bridge Road east of Bridge; County
Road 197 north of Guernsey Road;
State Road 4 Northern Santa Rosa

County; State Road 399 west of State
Road 87.
May 8 thru May 14 Nicholes
Lake Road east of State Road 87; West
Spencerfield north of U.S. 90; Ward
Basin Road at the Fire Department;
Berryhill Road east of Chumuckla
Highway; State Road 87 in Holley Na-
May 15 thru May 21 Ham-
ilton Bridge Road east of Bridge;
State Road 89 northern Santa Rosa
County; Chumuckla Highway north of

U.S 90; Bagdad Highway south of Mil-
ton; Mulat Road south of U.S. 90; An-
derson Lane south of Willard Norris
May 22 thru May 31 Gait City
Road south of Old Bagdad Highway;
County Road 197 north of Guernsey
Road; State Road 87 northern Santa
Rosa County; Da Lisa Road east of
Gait City Road; Hamilton Bridge Road
east of Bridge; Quintette Road east of
Escambia River; State Road 4 east of
Jay City Limits.

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because of insufficient
funds. On another occasion,
Menyhart wrote a check to
a client as partial payment
of a settlement. That check
was also returned. An audit
by The Florida Bar found
that Menyhart altered bank
statements to show that he
was still holding funds for a
$100,000 estate, when in fact,
he was not. (Case No. SC09-
Gary Michael Mur-
phree, 142 Beacon Blvd.,
#A, Miami, suspended for
one year, effective retroac-
tive to Sept. 15, 2008, follow-
ing an April 2 court order
and placed on probation
for three years, effective
immediately (Admitted to
practice: 1994) In May 2008,
Murphree was found guilty
in circuit court of possessing
cocaine and drug parapher-
nalia with intent to use. Mur-
phree failed to notify The
Florida Bar, as required,
of the charges. (Case No.
Gregory E Pillon, 730
NW 40th Ave., Miami, dis-
barred effective retroactive
to Sept. 12,2007, following an
April 2 court order. (Admit-
ted to practice: 2004) In May
2007, Pillon pleaded no con-
test to obtaining a mortgage

by false representation,
a felony. The plea agree-
ment provided that Pillon
would surrender his license
to practice law. (Case No.
David Philip Ryan, III,
250 Catalonia Ave., Suite 804,
Coral Gables, suspended
until further order, follow-
ing a March 3 court order.
(Admitted to practice: 1997)
According to an emergency
suspension order, Ryan ap-
peared to be causing great
public harm by misappro-
priating and/or diverting
funds entrusted to him. A
Florida Bar audit revealed
that Ryan used client funds
to satisfy personal matters.
(Case No. SC09-338)
Richard Brian Simring,
5400 LaGorce Drive, Miami
Beach, disbarred effective
retroactive to Sept. 9, 2008,
following an April 2 court
order. (Admitted to practice:
1991) In July 2008, Simring
pleaded guilty to one count
of conspiracy to commit
mail fraud and money laun-
dering, a felony. (Case No.
SC08-1672) "
Fred Rowan Tokarsky,
11156 Cypress Trail Drive,
Orlando, suspended for
three years, effective imme-
diately, following a March

5 court order. (Admitted to
practice: 1997) In August
2008, Tokarsky was found
guilty in federal court of
three felonies: devising a
scheme to defraud through
mail fraud, conspiracy to
commit mail and wire fraud,
and theft of government
funds. (Case No. SC08-2100)
Kendrick Gerard Whit-
tle, 3646 N.W 98th St., Mi-
ami, disbarred effective
retroactive to Oct. 23, 2007,
following a Feb. 24 court or-
der. (Admitted to practice:
1999) In several instances,
Whittle misappropriated cli-
ent funds. He used approxi-
mately $297,781.73 to pay
clients as well as personal
bills including rent, utilities
and credit cards. (Case No.
James Dean Wood, 870
115th Ave., Treasure Island,
to receive a public repri-
mand, following a March
5 court order. (Admitted
to practice: 1994) Wood re-
ceived $25,000 to handle a
case. He initially traveled
from Pinellas County to Mi-
ami to meet with the client.
After that, there is no evi-
dence that Wood researched
the case or communicated
with the client. (Case No.


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Plant resistant cultivars to avoid leaf spot diseases

By Theresa Friday
Extension Faculty-Residential
UF/IFAS Santa Rosa County
Plant diseases can significantly
affect the aesthetic quality of many
plants in the landscape. Interest-
ingly the weather greatly influenc-
es disease development on plants.
When environmental factors favor
the host plant, disease is unlikely.
When environmental factors favor
the pathogen, diseases are more
likely to occur. High moisture and
wind are two factors that favor the
spread of plant pathogens and the
incidents of diseases.
Fbliar diseases were almost
nonexistent during 2007 in the
Florida Panhandle, because of the
drought But, the rainy spring of
2009 has increased the occurrence
of several foliar diseases including '
oak leaf blister and Entomospo-
rium leaf spot on Indian hawthorn.
While these diseases are common
problems, they appear to be wide
spread this year.
Oak leaf blister is a common
leaf disease among oaks in Flori-
da and is caused by a fungus. Al-

though infected trees may have
unsightly leaves, serious damage
is uncommon. The fungus which
causes leaf blister attacks only
the leaves, and does no damage
to other parts of the tree. Spores
of the pathogen infect young oak
leaves. As the pathogen develops
within the leaf; it causes a disrup-
tion of normal development of the
leaf cells. The infected tissues ap-
pear swollen and lighter in color.
Severe infections can cause the
leaf to curl or twist. Over time the
infected tissues die, leaving gray-
brown areas scattered within the
given leaf.
Leaf blisters first appear on
the underside of leaves as small,
slightly depressed gray areas.
Over time the infection causes the
leaf to become deformed, forming
a blister. The blisters can grow
to be 1/3 inch or larger and can
be seen on both sides of the leaf.
There may be several blisters on
a leaf. If blisters occur near the
edge, leaf curl may result. Oak leaf
blister is not usually noticed until
many leaves have become heav-
ily blistered or excessive leaf fall
occurs. Any oak can be infected;

however, live oak, water oak, and
laurel oak are the preferred hosts.
Because oak leaf blister does
not seriously affect the overall
health of the tree, chemical con-
trol measures are usually not rec-
ommended. Just be sure to collect
and dispose of the leaves as they
drop to reduce the chance of the.

disease the following spring.
Entomosporium leaf spot is a
common fungal disease on Indian
hawthorn. Dark leaf spots with
purple borders occur, causing dis-
tortion of new growth. The centers
of older spots are often grey and
may disintegrate. Infected leaves
may drop from the plant.
New growth flushes are most
susceptible. The optimum tem-
perature for disease development
is between 59 and 77 degrees F
Nine to 12 hours of leaf wetness or
high humidity is required for new
infections to develop.
To reduce the severity of the
disease, avoid overhead irrigation,
especially in the evening or night.
Avoid tight plant spacing, which
limits air circulation. Maintain a
low fertility level to reduce new
growth and pick up and dispose of
infected leaves.
Fungicides may be necessary
for disease management, rotat-
ing systemic and protectant type
fungicides. Some recommended
fungicides include chlorothalonil
(Ortho Max" Garden Disease
Control), myclobutanil (Spectri-
cide Immunox Multi-Purpose

Fbngicide) and thiophanate-meth-
yl (Green Light Systemic Fungi-
'The best thing to do is avoid the
problem by planting resistant cul-
tivars. Resistant cultivars include:
Olivia, Indian Princess, Janice,
Eleanor Tabor and Dwarf Yedda.
Moderately resistant cultivars in-
clude: Jack Evans, Snow White,
Majestic Beauty, Rosalinda, Clara
and Bay Breeze. Since it is often
difficult to distinguish between
cultivars, make sure you buy them
from a reputable dealer that labels
all cultivars clearly.
For additional information
about all of the county extension
services and other articles of in-
terest go to http://santarosaifas.
Theresa Friday is the Residen-
tial Horticulture Extension Agent
for Santa Rosa County. The use
of trade names, if used in this ar-
ticle, is solely for the purpose of
providing specific information.
It is not a guarantee, warranty,
or endorsement of the product
name(s) and does not signify that
they are approved to the exclu-
sion of others.

Secret gardens tour of the Emerald Coast set to take place

Special to the Press Gazette
The 9th Annual Secret
Gardens of The Emerald
Coast Tour will be Saturday,
May 16 from 10 aam. until 3
p.m. at the Five Gardens
in East Pensacola (Bayou
Texar area).
The cost is $8.00 per

ticket. They are available
in advance at The Garden
Center, 1850 N. 9th Avenue;
Hours are Monday, Wednes-
day and Friday, 10:00 a.m.
until 3:00 p.m. (850) 432-6095.
Also, day of event at The
Garden Center and each in-
dividual garden.
For more information or

questions go to secretgar- or
call (850) 432-6095.
This year the tour has
five gardens located off
Bayou Boulevard on or in
close proximity to Bayouf
Texar. These gardens are
range from vast estate
gardens to traditional yard

gardens. In all cases they
are exquisite examples of
gardening at it's finest. The
gardens are:
The Orth's -1 Hyde Park
Road This garden will have
Water Grass and Palm Edu-
cational Exhibits
The Norton's 2111
Banquos Trail

The Bailey's 2251 Ban-
quos Trail This garden
will have Clean & Green and
The Audubon Society
The Eggen's 2437
Tronjo Terrace
The, Lurton's 2487
Tronjo Terrace
All five of the gardens
can be toured in the five-

hour time period. The tour
is held rain or shine.
If you enjoy beauty or
are interested in creative
and imaginative uses of
common and unusual
plants, unique landscaping
and features, make plans to
attend. These are not to be

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In Loving Mwwtor of Mg Mother
Mrs. Josie Nel (Codenui) Taoyor
Mug 18, 1924 Mog 8, 1990

Ca I ever foget my mother's beamti faeeo tht refltedL
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SemIbraee, 'ere she passed to' the masions above.

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Commissioners to host open house

Comprehensive service center offers customer service

The Santa Rosa County
Board of Commissioners will
host an open house for the for-
mation of its new development
services center from 2 to 4 p.m.
May 11 at 6051 Old Bagdad
Highway in Milton. A ribbon
cutting will kick off the event at
2 p.m. The new service center
will offer a more comprehen-
sive review and permitting pro-
cess for all customers, without
adding additional staff. The
DSC combines employees of
the building inspections, plan-
ning and zoning, and engineer-
ing departments into functional
groups within the existing pub-
lic services building. This move
will create a more centralized
location for the customer to

conduct their business and al-
low for a more unified review
and correspondence effort.
The development services
center is the Santa Rosa Coun-
ty Board of Commissioners' re-
sponse to the need for a more
collaborative and comprehen-
sive approach to assist custom-
ers through the development
process and is one of two main
changes. The first was to de-
velop a project management
approach to all commercial
projects where the public ser-
vices director acts as the over-
all project manager and other
key employees act as primary
contacts at the initial discus-
sion phase of a project.
A commercial project
spreadsheet was developed,
which tracks projects through

all phases of the process, from
plan review all the way through
to the issuance of certificate of
occupancy. This spreadsheet
is used during a weekly review
meeting with representatives
from building inspections, plan-
ning and zoning and engineer-
ing. During these meetings,
project notes are reviewed to
determine progress, project in-
formation obtained by contact
with the owner or contractor is
reviewed, and staff determines
if additional contact or efforts
are needed to assist the cus-
tomer through the process. In
many cases that can include
contacting third party agencies
such as fire districts, munici-
palities, utilities and others to
assist the customer in obtain-
ing necessary approvals.

Maintenance CLOSURE
Officials with Florida Division of Forestry announce that the
swimming area at Krul Lake Recreation Area, in Blackwater River
State Forest, will be closed temporarily for maintenance on Mon-
day, May 18, and Tuesday, May 19. Camping and other facilities at
Krul Lake will remain open to the public.
For more information, contact Blackwater Forestry Center at

Educated boaters save lives

In advance of Safe Boating
Week from May 16-22, U.S. Coast
Guard Auxiliary Flotilla 01-08, the
"Guardians of the Blackwater,"
urges every boater to take a boat-
er education class. Operating a
boat requires more than simply
throttling up or setting a sail and
getting under way. It is important
boaters understand the state and
federal laws thAt apply to boats
and boat operation. There are
navigation rules, equipment re-
quirements and other consider-
ations that must be followed.
Flotilla 01-08 offers their
eight-hour "About Boating

Safety" course to present the
basics of safe boating. There is
an examination at the end of the
class. A passing score will make
the boater eligible for a Florida
Boating ID card. Students re-
ceive a certificate upon success-
ful completion of the class, which
is often accepted for discounts
on boater's insurance. The next
class will be offered .at 9 a.m.
May 9 at the Milton Community
Center, 5629 Byrom St. in Milton.
The cost of this course is $30 per
person, or $30 per family (up to
four) sharing abook. To register,
call John McKinley at 983-6953.




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May 7,2009

12 noon

- 12:35 p.m.

Santa Rosa County Courthouse lavn

Green-up to host 10th

annual Mother's Day festival

Green-Up Santa Rosa
will be hosting their 10th
annual Mother's Day fes-
tival from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.
May 9. Artists and crafters
will be tucked in among
the two-plus acre nurs-
ery in Milton. Food will be
available, as well as beau-
tiful plants and hanging
baskets. The event has
proved very popular over

the years, as people have a
chance to get a unique gift
for Mom or another special
lady in their life.
The unveiling of a new
mural: "Fantasy at the end
of the Sea", will take place
on that day. Artists Chris-
topher and Michele Leto
have created this whimsi-
cal mural on the back wall
of the outside of the build-

i "
Loo ing1or
Special Baby Gift
We have Blankets, Bibs,
Caps, Burp Cloths Stuffed Bears & Puppies

AU: . .ft

ing. They have been work-
ing on this mural for sev-
eral months, and it now is
Green-Up Santa Rosa
is a program of the Santa
Rosa Clean Community
System, the non-profit en-
vironmental agency that
offers programs, such as
Paint Your Heart Out, Riv-
ers and Coastal Clean-Up,
Adopt-A-Spot and much
more. The proceeds from
Green-Up go in support
of these programs, as well
as many public plantings
throughout Santa Rosa
County. Some of the most
recent plantings have
been at the intersection of
Glover Lane and Hamil-
ton Bridge Road in Milton,
Gulf Breeze Elementary
School and Pace Soccer
Green-Up is at 6758 Park
Ave., just east on Park Av-
enue from the airplane on
the corner of Milton High
School. For more informa-
tion, call 623-1930 or visit
Dream > Plan Track >
A unique and collaborative
approach to financial planning.
Rick Paschall
Financial Advisor
5236 Willing Street
Milton, FL 32570
(850) 623-9600
Toll Free: (866) 894-9023
Fax: (850) 623-9610
The Persnal Advtlon of

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9 Health Information and

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F EE Smoking Cessation Cla es
Open to all residents of Santa Rosa Cou

Classes begin Tuesday, May 12th and
2 continue every Tuesday for 6 weeks.
Call For Schedule
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Milton: Class 5:30 pm to 0 pm
Santa Rosa Co Health Dept tewart St.

C F m .keless tobacco users welcome.
0.. For more information, please call
C) 9A3 5200, x142.
In conjunction with
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money saved

3rd Annual Santa Rosa County

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Saturday, May 9 9 a.m. -1 p.m.
Sacred Heart Medical Park at Pace, Hwy. 90
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1100 Legal Advertising
1110 -Classified Notices
1120- Public Notices/
1125 Carpools &
1130 Adoptions
1140 Happy Ads
1150 Personals
1160 Lost
1170 Found

Legal 4/519
Let it be known to all
men, that I, Tanya Ma-
rie Anderson, a living
soul, am not presently
nor in the future liable
for any debts of TANYA
unregistered trust oper-
ating in this jurisdiction
of unknown origin.
By: Tanya Marie Ander-

Legal 5/596
Public SALE
Storag Master
4636 Woodbine Rd
Pace, FL 32571
LEIN ON May 26 2009
AT 11:00 AM UNIT

We Deliver & Install
St. Augustine
Bailed Pine Straw
Call us first, Save Time
Call us last, Save Money
Hwy. 87 So.* Milton

Do Something

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Unit 0738 Steven
Rahn :TV, Two Lawn
Mower, Garden Tools,
Two window Air Con-
dition, Misc.
Parking Space 0875
Myrtis Carnley: 1984
Travel Trailer Vin

Legal 5/597
File No.
57-2009-CP-20 ,
The administration, of
the estate of Edward S.
Steidele, deceased,
whose date of death
was May 7, 2008, is
pending in the Circuit
Court'for Santa Rosa
County, Florida, Pro-
bate Division, the ad-
dress of which is 6865
Caroline Street, Milton,
FL 32570. The names
and addresses of the
personal representative
and the personal
representative's attor-
ney are set forth below.
All creditors of the de-
cedent and other per-
sons having claims or
demands against
decedent's estate on
whom a copy of this
notice is required to be
served must 'file their
claims with this court

All other creditors of
the decedent and other
persons having claims
or demands against
decedent's estate must
file their claims with this
court WITHIN 3
733.702 OF THE FLOR-
The date of first publi-
cation of this notice is
May 6, 2009.
Attorney for Personal
/s/ Byron E. Cotton
Byron E. Cotton, Es-
quire -
Cotton Gates & Negron
Florida Bar No.
3 Plew Avenue
Shalimar, Florida 32579
Telephone: (850)
Fax: (850) 651-2522
Personal Representa-
/s/ Edward M Steidele
Edward M. Steidele
1228 Wildwood Drive
Los Angeles, California


Legal 5/598
2009 AT 10:00 AM.
UNIT 1073
UNITS 1072 AND 1109

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Divorce 149, Wills '30
Name Change '49
FREE Typing, Call for S etAugp estd e
Worksheet (850) 434,7524 Farm Direct
1850 N. "W" SL We Deliver
(I blk. N. of Flea Market) 434-OO66

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Hair Cuts $10.
Perms $35 & up
Color $35 & up
Highlites $40 & up
Located in Pea Ridge

additional clients.
Over 15 years
of experience!
References available
upon request
Call: 994-6236

Professional home or
office cleaning done
your way. Free
estimates and
Ph 850-384-2164

Do you need help with
your house cleaning?
windows, ovens, etc.
15 yrs exp. w/ ref.
Call Donna 994-1785

*24 Hour Truck Rental
*Dirt & Rock Sales
*Fill Dirt/Clay
*Brown Dirt
*Driveway Material
Phone 850-994-4458
Cell 850-698-4920
Owner Operator

Coker's Lawn & Trac-
tor Service
From trimming to trac-
tor work. Clean-ups,
raking, hauling, mow-
ing, bushhogging, dirt
work. Reasonable
free estimates.
Licensed & Insured.

Mowing, edging,
blowing, bush trimming
and mulching.
Yards starting at $30.
Sprinkler Systems
(maintenance &

Affordable Lawn Care
and Maintenance.
Free estimates.
Call us today!
Mike Pickard, Sr.
850-516 6914

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

TNT Metal
Will match


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Wednesday, May 6, 2009

B8 I Santa Rosa's Press Gazette Classifieds



Free Mammograms,
Breast Cancer Jnfo FREE
Towing, Tax Deducti-
ble, Non-Runners Ac-
cepted, (888)468-5964.

Yellow Tabby. Berryhill
Rd. in Pace. 994-8040
From the '30's or
Name on back is
Vesta Harrison
Once lived in Milton
Call (850) 994-6651

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

25X30 $5,990. 30X40,
$8,990. 35X50 $10,800.
40X60 $13,990. 50X100
$27,900. OTHERS!
( 800)668-5422. Pioneer
teel. Since 1980
40yr Warranty-Buy di-
rect from manufacturer
30/colors in stock, wall
accessories. Quick turn.
around. Delivery availa-
ble. Gulf Coast Supply
& Mfg, (888)393-0335

$785 Leather Sofa &
Loveseat set,' new in
box. Lifetime warr. Can
deliver. 850-471-0330

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Brand Name Pillowtop
Set, King, still in plas-
tic, warranty. $240. Call
Ethan Allen Bar with 2
stools and small under
counter ice box. $250.
Mattress, NEW Queen
Pillowtop w/foundation.
Factory sealed. Warr.
$180. 850 471-0330

May 8th & 9th
7am until 2pm
5792 Pebble Ridge Dr.
Counted cross' stitch
* fabric, floss, Maytag
dryer, misc. furniture,
dishes, etc.
May 9th, 7am until ?
Jay First Assembly
of God
(to support the youth
for competition trip).
Milton Benefit rum-
mage sale. Sat. 7:30-12
at Milton Storage Cen-
ter 6065 Vanity Fair Rd.
Milton Multifamily gar-
age sale. Household
appliances, furniture,
toys etc, Saturday.
Castle Dr. 7-2. Rain
date Sat. 5/16.

Moving Sale May 9
8am till Couch, Baby
Clothes, Pottery Barn
Changing Table, Stroll-
ers, Much More 6665
Trailride South, Milton

Rescheduled Yard
Sale 6400 Da Lisa
Road across from land
fill. May 8 & 9 Cancel
again if Raining.


Cucumbers ready
now. Tomatoes to
follow. Curtis
Penton Farms

Buy Soma, Ultram,
Fioricet, Prozac,
Buspar $71.99/90
$107/180 Quantities,
200 Meds $25Coupon
Mention Offer:#91A31.

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L. .,Md-- and Maintenance
Pressure Washing Available

Srrig .. d s Commercial Residential

.and pul tfepaiR eae4 ea oday!
S 7.1 o -3 i Mike Pickard, Sr.
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- 850-77,-4,71 o. 850-377-4818, 'J*" 850-6.3-108 .J.

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ING Train for high
paying Aviation Mainte-
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Housing available.
CALL Aviation Institute
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4100- Help Wanted
4110 Restaurants/Clubs
4120 Sales
4130 Employment

The Most Exciting &
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*Computers, *Criminal APPLICATIONS DAILY returning phone
Justice. Job placement FOR PART TIME calls! Not MLM. No
assistance. Computer SUMMER JOBS. buying or selling prod-
available. Financial Aid BOB'S CANOE ucts. Legal, moral and
if qualified. Call 623-5457 ethical. CALL NOW
(866)858-2121, ( 8 0 0 ) 4 8 5 8 6 7 0 /
Drivers being hired WHERE Onlinel
Coastal GA Gem: One and trained locally for EARN as you LEARN!
Day Sale May 16th. Werner Enterprises. Free Training. Call
Gated Golf/Waterfront No exp. Needed. 888-482-5756 visit
Community between 1-866-280-5309 www.wfh.obmentors.
Savannah and St. Si- comr
mons Island. Loaded Forsyth House
with amenities. True Assisted Living is seek-'
Ocean Access: $29,900 ing mature individuals /
Call: (877)266-7376 to work as a CNA/PSA / l
all shifts. Come join a .,
Lake Access 4.5+ AC work force of stable
only $54,900 Beautiful employees with little
oaks, great location, turn over. We offer
ready to, build. Owner many benefits along
financing. Call Owner with health insurance. IEAL ESTAE FOR RENT
(866)352-2249 Comeby Mon through
Friday 9am-3pm. 5887 6100 .Business/
Berryhill Road, Milton, Commercial
Lake Lot Deedbackl Florida 32570. 011 Apartments
3.3 AC- $18,200 FREE 6120- Beach Rentals
BOAT SLIPSI (was Hard workin130- Condorownouse
$34,900) Back on m Hard working cleaning 6140- House Rentals
for balance owedn mkt person needed for 6150 Roommate Wanted
Hardwoor bland celot wed growing business. 6160 Rooms for Rent
Hardwood lot W/ must be able to drive 6170 Mobile Home/Lot
deeded access to pri- to jobs). Non-smoking 6180-Out-of-Town Rentals
vate lake, pavilion & enviromt Cal 6190-Timeshare Rentals
free boat slips. Country environ ent. Ca 6200 Vacation Rentals
rd frontage, utilities, Donna 994-1785
warranty deed. Excel-
lent financing. Must HELP WANTED
see, call now Earn $1000-$3200. 6100
(888)792-5253, x2288 a month to drive new
PRIVATE LAND HOLD- cars with ads. Milton
INGS being liquidated Commercial building
by national timber co. -for rent. Located on
at below cost. Help Wanted. Join with reception area fand
www.timberlandliquida- Wil-Trans Lease or wteiv ptiono re Wian Company Pro receiving room. Will
mpaEny Driver ro consider renting unit as
gram. Enjoy our trong a whole or individual
Freight Network. Must offices. Rent based on
Golf-Lake living inbe 23. (866)906-2982 space that you need.
Tennessee. Finished 3 be-23spac that youneaed.
bedroom villas Recently renovated. In-
$139,9 00l Golf-Front Shaw's Tree Service, ternet accessible.
parcels Only $29,900 Inc. needs a climber. 255-4004
w/40% Discount at May Five years minimum ex-
16th Sale. Call Tennes- perience. Must have Milton
16th Saleand Sall Tennestoday- valid Florida drivers Medical/Professional
sean Land Sales today- license. Contact Mike office spaces) availa-
(888)939-9099. at (850) 206-7943 or ble. All recently reno-
(850) 623-1987 vated. Excellent loca-
S ____ tion, near Santa Rosa
t " onc th. ,Medical Center. Vari-
Kitchen cabinets $200; Wanted once a. month ous office sizes. Offices
Antique, porcelain sink good house cleaner for from $295 and up. Utili-
with metal base $200. 2 elderly people. Small ties included. Second
994-8851 / 449-8129 house. Must. have refer- months rent FREE.
ences and transporta- 255-4004
tion. Callr 626-2376 be-
tween 7-9 a.m. or 4 to 7
From the '30's or 101
Name on back is 2/1 total electric. City
Vesta Harrison .. water, sewer and gar-
Eddlaward. bage included. Non-
Once lived in Milton i smoking environment.
Call (850) 994-6651 l'd No pets. 626-0740
SDuplex-2Bd, lBa In-
Scludes WS&G, W/D
BUIESEE3NN I hookups, CH/A. pets
:100 BusinessI o /deposit.
3310 Opportunities $495/mo+dd.
5110 Money to Lend 6587 Lee St. Apt.A
FenderSquire 5623-4811/564-5159

Electric Guitar aMilton
Fender hard case &2/ton brick duplex.
Fender 12" duard change & 5100 Stove, fridge, laundry
nel amp with remote 100% RECESSION room, patio & fenced
foot switch, foot con- PROOF! Do you earn yard. All c/t flooring.
trolled digital effects $800 in a day? 25 Local Non-smoking environ-
processor with Machines and Candy ment. $545. 626-2928
wah-wah pedal, guitar $9,995. (888)629-9968
stand and all cables. BO02000033 CALL US: Milton
Excellent condition! We will not be under- MOVE IN SPECIAL
$600. Call 226-6754 sold 1/BR furnished or un-
furnished. No dogs.
Has laundry room, in
ground swimming
pool, in walking dis-
tance to stores, res-
taurants, etc.$599 in-
,&cludes deposit, credit
check &r1st months
I .M1-96rent. Emerald Sands
I I ~712-9968




Efficiency Apt.
Util. incid.: furnished
No dogs. Has laun-
dryroom, in ground
swimming pool, in
walking distance to
stores, restuarants,
etc. $599 includes
deposit, credit check
& 1st months rent.
Emerald Sands

Emerald Sands
2/BR 1/BA, Walking
distance to Milton
No Dogs. $599 in-
cludes deposit, credit
check & 1st months
rent. 712-9968

Off Avalon Blvd.
2/BR 2/BA with laun-
dryroom. Up stairs
with balcony. Water
included. No dogs.
$599 includes de-
posit, credit check &
1st months rent

Off Avalon Blvd.
2/BR. 1/BA, cathedral
ceilings, Lge kitchen,
laundry room. No
Dogs. $599 includes
deposit, credit check
& 1st months rent.
712-9968 .,

CLEAN. 1 bedroom.
Non-smoking env. No
pets. $500 month, $250
dep. (incl. water & gar-
bage) 626-0366
1 bedroom, 1 bath
(includes hot), sewer
and garbage furnished.
Great ft* a fixed in-
come. $300 month,
$300 dep. 995-4335
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*3/1 Home 4641 Geri
St. in Milton $800.
*3/2 Home 5476 Oak
Meadows in Milton
*2/2 Mobile Home
6561 Renee Cir. in
Milton $575
*3/2 Mobile Home
6537 Stanley Cir. in
Milton $750
*3/2 5535 Home
Debbie Dr. in Milton
Santa Rosa Realty

3 BR 2 Bath located on
Queens St. Rent $700.
Security Dep $700.
595-6234 ext 204

4 Rentals Available
Milton 3/1 6610
Wesdon Ct 750
month 600 dep.
Milton 4 bd. 6776
Harvell. 550. month
500 dep.
Chumuckla Hwy.
9707 Chumuckla
Hwy. 3 bedroom
$550 rho, $500 dep.
Milton 6406 Skyline
Dr. 3 bedroom $595.
mo, $500 dep.
Call Blumac Realty
Inc. 981-1631

Wpenpdayv. May 6. 2009

Santa Rosa's Press Gazette I B9

3/2 fented back yard Clean 14x70 MH 2br,
w/stove & frig, w/d 2ba. $500/mo + $300
hook up. Non-smoking dep. OR 2br, 1ba,
environment & no pets $400/mo + $300 dep.
in house. $650 dep. No pets. 675-6614
$650 mth. 623-5481 No E. MILTON
HUD 2/1 $350 month, $35Q
4bd 2ba only $318/mol deposit. CH & A and
3bd 2ba only $270/mo! water included. Avail.
3bd 2ba only $199/mol 5/1. Call 623-2141
Buy Foreclosures! Stop -
Renting! 5%dn, 20yrs Jay/Milton/Pace
@ 8.5%APRI For Prop- Rentals 2 & 3 bed-
erty Listings rooms. $400-$650 per
(800)935-3541 ext. month. Section 8/Hud
800)935-3541 ext. accepted. 994-5703
Milton (Bruce Lane)
CARDINAL REALTY Includes water, gar-
& INVESTMENTS bage and lawn service.
offer property man- 2/2 for $450 month.
agement full services. 2/2 for $350/month
Call Mary Padgett Call 698-4582
994066 Milton- Bagdad
E. MILTON, 3 Bed 2 Bath in Park
2/1 -$500 month $500 Total electric, no pets.
deposit. CH & A Re- Inci water & garbage,
cently remodeled furn $475. month/ $250
Water included. Avail. deposit. Off Da Lisa
immediately. 623-2141 Road. Bay Crest Realty
Milton 994-7918
M ilton M l o
4/2 HOME. Newly Milton
remodeled, new appli- MOBILE HOMES FOR
ances, lots of privacy. RENT. Between $300
$625 month, $625 dep. & $400 a month.
995-4335 983-7259, 368-7506
Milton Navarre 2 Br, 2 Ba,
ULike New fenced yard, shed with
3/2 w/garage. electricity, $550 mo. af-
$850 mth-$800 dep. ter discount. 936-6904
Pets considered North Milton,
501-0273 or 529-7899 2/2 Mobile Home on
NEAR TANGLEWOOD private lot. 6549 Stanly
3/2 with large, fenced Cir. Total Electric. $450
yard. $900 month, $800 /rent, $250/dep. No
deposit. 781-729-7425 pets. Bay Crest Realty
2/1 Mobile Home in
| 6160 park, water & garbage
furnished. $435/rent
$250/dep. Total Elec-
tric, no pets.
Bay Crest Realty.
^VIWO- (850) 994-7918
Milton- room for rent. Pace 3/2 Dbi wide w/
furnished with utilities front porch & large
incld. Private entry, yard. on peaceful East
$100o wk. Island Drive $550
850-384-2388. month plus sec. dep.
a : Pace
S* *3976 Edgefield St.
6170 3/2 doublewide 'with
1 Person Only Small fireplace, 8X10 'shed
Mobile Home Cozy and washer/dryer. $700
and Secluded.No Pets, month, $600 deposit.
Non Drugs & smoking 396-5034
environment. Perfect. Pace Mobile home/
for student or retired 24 foot Camper Sleeps
person. Milton Area 6 This camper is set
$100 per week Call up similar to a studio
Robert 418-0852 apt. Private lot w/shed
2 bed, 1 bath, with half electrical rent.
front kitchen and total $400.Sec dep $300
electric.- No pets. $350 396-5034.
month. Call- East Gate
Mobile Home Ranch.
2/1 New paint, covered
.porch & outside stor-
age. Garbage fur-
nished. $425 mo, $425
,dep. Call Don Cumbie
Realty at 626-8959 or
3/2, 16X80. Total elec-
tric, garden tub, sky- The Press Gazi
light, etc. Very nice.
East Gate Mobile The successful
Home Ranch. 626-8973
Chumuckla ty, a desire to
2/2.. $450 month, $250 always right a
deposit. 994-6212 or always right a

Bldg. for Sell Less than
1 mile from new
Walmart 30x50 steel
on Hwy. 87
1/2 of bldg is
air conditioned

$105,000 Commercial
lot/ business for Sell
Over 200' frontage on
Hwy 90 in Milton area
Business can be
assumed or
displays moved
Land Is cleared and
ready for any business.

Both locations are a
Great Investment or
start new business

Quiet Park-2/BR, 1/Bth
$365 + dep. 2/BR,
2/Bth $545 + Dep.,.
Non-smoking envn, no
pets. Sewer & Garbage
Lot Rentals 626-1552
West Milton
3/BR 2/BA on private
lot. Total electric, no
ets. 5133 Ridgeway
Ivd. $60/mth
$300/dep. Bay Crest

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.7100- Homes
7105 Open Houses
7110 Beach Home/
7120 Commercial
7130 Condo/Townhouse
7140 Farms & Ranches
7150 Lots and Acreage
7160 Mobile Homes
7170 Waterfront
718D Investment
7190- Out-of-Town
Real Estate
7200 TImeshare


602 Mooney
Beautiful brick 3 br, 2
ba, 2 cg. Close to
bases on quiet half
acre' corner lot. Built
in 1994. Kitchen re-
cently updated with
stainless steel appli-
ances. Corner FP in
LR wall brick hearth,
vaulted ceilings, fresh
paint, security sys-
temrn, updated elec-
tronic irrigation, large
screened porch un-
der roof, chain link
back yard perfect for
pets. $294,900. Call
850 226-6754

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For Sale, Lease
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6439 Appaloosa Ave.
Remodeled, 3/2, 1216
sq. ft. $96,500 ($8,000
tax credit) Call (850)

Andalusia, AL. 184
wooded acres, large
creek. Pond. For. timber
and hunting. $2400 per
acre. (334) 222-7152
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8100 Antique & Collectibies
8110 Cars
8120 Sports Utility Vehicles
8130 Trucks
8140 Vans
8150 Commercial
8160 Motorcycles
8170 Auto Parts
& Accessories
8210 Boats
8220 Personal Watercraft
8230 Sailboats
8240 Boat & Marine
8245 Boat Slips & Docks
8310 Alrcraft/Avlation
8320 ATV/Off Road Vehicles
8330 Campers & Trailers
8340 Motorhomes

Acura Integra 96 $6501
Honda Civic 96 $5001
Toyota Camry 97 $7001
Ford Taurus 99 $4501
Police Impoundsl For
listings call.
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