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Happy Birthday Dr. King
It might have been cold on Monday but the weather did nothing to dampen the spirits of those
.riding the float from Isiah Chapel A.M.E. Zion Church during the Martin Luther King Jr. Day
Parade on Stewart Street in Milton. More photos from the area's Martin Luther King, Jr.
Celebration can be found on Page 3B of today's Press Gazette.
Press Gazette photo by Bill Gamblin

Don't hang up.....

County to conduct study

Santa Rosa County emer-
gency officials are working
with state and local agencies
throughout the Panhandle in a
regional disaster evacuation
study by conducting a tele-
phone survey of residents
expected to begin this week.
"The. study is to find out
how people get their informa-
tion, either by television,
Internet, or newspaper," said
Daniel Hahn with Santa Rosa
County Emergency
Management. "It will find out
what prods them to either
evacuate or not."

The study is part of a
statewide study intended to
better prepare Floridians for
safe evacuation in the event of
a hurricane or other disaster.
The data will be used to
update current county and
state emergency procedures.
"They are doing it all over
Florida by region, but it's con-
ducted, one county at a time,"
Hahn said. "The results should
be pretty accurate."
About 400 people will be
polled by random selection in
areas of hurricane evacuation
category. Questions include
how concerned residents are
about hurricanes and other

hazards, how they have
responded in past evacuations,
and if there are any obstacles
which would prevent them
from leaving if necessary.
The information provided
will help Santa Rosa County
respond to its specific and
unique evacuation needs, as
well as allow state officials to
evaluate needs and impacts
statewide. This is the largest
survey of its kind ever con-
ducted in Florida for emer-
gency purposes.
Regional surveys are con-
ducted statewide by Kerr and
Downs Research. It will
See SURVEY Page 2A


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the Florida Comprehensive
Assessment Test (FCAT), the
Santa Rosa County Library
System is encouraging parents
and students to prepare for the
exam by utilizing a free serv-
ice provided to library card-
Students in the 4th, 8th
and 10th grades will be taking
the FCAT Writing test Feb., 12.
The library's Learning
Express Writing Improvement

school students. The program
can be used in any Santa Rosa
County library or accessed
remotely by Internet.
"The FCAT is pretty
important as far as 10th grade
is concerned because they
would have to do a retake (if
they didn't pass) in order to
graduate," said Mary Lou
Darby, Santa Rosa County
School District's special
See FCAT Page 4A

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i .-- s--.- WEDNESDAY
January 23, 2008

Eglin encroachment

0 County to consider ___
connection between -
the earth and sky
At a special re-zoning
meeting scheduled for tomor-
row evening, The Santa Rosa
Board of County
Commissioners will be con- .
sidering a proposed subdivi-
sion in East Milton.
What makes this potential
high-density development on
Nichols Creek Road different, /
is the concern it has caused -
not only local residents, but V .
the surrounding military -
installations, such as Eglin Air -
Force Base.
The 188 acres, owned by .
Gulf Coast Development s
Group LLC is in close prox- g,
imity to the base, falls under n -M'
restricted air space, and is
within the direct flight path
used by the pilot training pro-
One of the military's Santa Rosa County may consider expanding restricted airspace in
major concerns with the pro- addition to creating new Military Airport Zones around Eglin Air
posed development, said to Force Base to guard against future ground development that
See EGLIN Page 2A would impede its mission.



Tuesday, 7:43 a.m.
Yes, I would just like to
see what East Milton thinks
about every one saying
we're dishonorable, and
that's why they won't put the
new courthouse out there.
Well, we're honorable but
not easy on the eyes.
East Milton, lets hear
you standup. By the way,
I'm glad the county commis-
sioners decided to put it out
in Pace so when all the break
outs happen at the stop lights
it'll be out there.

Monday 8:48 a.m.
This is Jenny. If the
Commissioners of Santa
Rosa County chose any site
to use for the new court-
house other than site four or
five I think the residents of
Santa Rosa should insist that
each commissioner behinves-
tigated to see which ones
have the most to gain from

Sunday, 3:03 p.m.
Yes, this Jesse from
Pace. I went out to Webb's
landing today to look at the
river and check things out.
Do you know people shot the
garbage cans that the county
put up there. They shot the
port-a-potties. I want to tell
these hooligans .that the
county put them there for the
fishermen and the campers
to enjoy. If you're not up
there to fish or camp, but just
tear up the place, I'll put you
in jail. You hooligans stop
tearing up people's stuff.

Friday, 4:36 p.m.
This is Jean. I was just
reading your other speak
outs about amendment 1.
For us people that are on a
low or fixed income, saving
$100 a year on our property
taxes is well worth it.
All this talk about teach-
ers losing their jobs, what is
all that lotto money for? It's
suppose to be going to our
schools. If you go into any
convenient store and just
stand there I guarantee you
in fifteen minutes time they
sell $30 in lotto tickets. That
money is suppose to go to
the schools. I think the
amendment needs to be
passed. Thank you .

Friday 4:29 p.m.
Hi, this Bonnie. .1 want to
know what is happening
with the site for our new fire
department. It's been the

You may Speak Out
any time, day or night. Just
call our Speak Out line at
623-5887 and leave your

same way for probably about
2 1/2 months. We need that
fire station badly. I'm curi-
ous about what the hold up is,
and I'm probably not the
only one who thinks that.
Our firemen deserve better
than what they have at the
current time.

Friday 7:23 a.m.
Hello, this is Fred. Your
editor's note in the recent
speak out column said
Barack Hussein Obama has
never been a Muslim. This is
something you can not know
for certain. He was raised by
a devout Muslim for years.
Was he or was he not sworn
into the senate with his hand
on the Koran. He refuses to
wear the American flag pin
on his lapel.
In recent years he joined
a Christian church. This
church caters to primarily
African American people.
Let the American people

Thursday, 9:55 a.m.
Yes, this is Ann. I'm call-
ing about the comment about
Obama being a Muslim.
Since you seem to be an
authority on him, there's
another rumor he wouldn't
say the Pledge of Allegiance
either when he was sworn in.
Is that true? Can you clear
that up for me?
Editor's Note: There is
not enough room for a debate
on Obama's faith in the
Speak out column, but sever-
al reputable sources have
reported on the falsity of
rumors regarding his reli-
gion, such as CNN,
Newsweek, and the Los
Angeles Times. These
sources are all available on
line and we encourage our
readers to read them and
make informed decisions.

Thursday, 9:21 a.m.
Hi, this is Judy. Why are
so many people focusing on
the cost of transporting pris-
oners? It didn't seem to be an
issue when the prison was
moved out of town. It's a
long way out there and pris-
oners aren't the only one who
visit the courthouse. There are
workers, visitors, attorneys,
etc. We need to think outside
the box l rIlusif you've ever
gotten stuck on that bridge in
traffic, it's horrendous
So it needs to be more this
way. Especially for people
living in Pace, it's a long jour-
ney. It needs to be in the mid-
dle. Thanks for your service.

Thursday, 8:55 a.m.
This is Gene, and I just
want to say that I believe the
policy on diversity and
minority recruitment is about
the most racist and discrimi-
natory thing I've ever heard
in my life. Thank you.

Thursday, 8:38 a.m.
Good morning. I'm a res-
ident of East Milton, and I
just want to add my two cents
to the controversy over the
new courthouse location. It
seems as strapped for money
as we are, the cheapest site
would be the one the county
already owns. And that is the
bottom line. Thank you very






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include over 560 units (that's
one unit for each .13 acre lot)
is the issue of light pollution
caused by house lights, street
lamps, etc., which could inter-
fere with Eglin's night flight
Others are worried about
accidents involving aircraft,
which fly regular training
routes over the predominantly
rural region between Eglin
and Hurlburt Field to the
As a result, officials from
Eglin are requesting the coun-
ty create new Military Airport
Zones (MAZ's) for low level
flights around the base in an
attempt to limit future devel-
opment in the area and keep it
compatible with the base's
"One of the most signifi-
cant things with the MAZ,"
says Beckie Faulkenberry,
Director of Community
Planning, Zoning and
Development Division, "is no
up zoning." This means land
within an MAZ keeps its
Agricultural zoning, and the
requirement of only one home
per acre.
Planning and zoning com-
pleted a joint land use study
with the military in September
2003 which established
MAZ's around NAS Whiting
Field and at least eight other
outlying airfields, but it did
not include Eglin, explains
She says a tri-county study
was already underway prior to
Gulf Coast's request for a zoning
change but is not yet complete.
The study is being conducted by
Eglin in conjunction with Santa
Rosa, Walton and Okaloosa
Counties and will result in rec-
ommendations for future land
County Commissioner Don
Salter is one that knows all about
the military, having been
involved with military issues for
over 18 years, including serving
on the County Military Affairs
Quoting a study conducted
in recent years by the Hass
Center, a firm that studies busi-
ness and economic develop-
ment, Salter says 60% of every
dollar spent in Santa Rosa
County is military related.
"It is imperative for local
government in the three to four
county area to work with the


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include about 18,800
households statewide.
The survey will also
address wildfires, freshwa-
ter flooding and hazardous
material accidents.
"We want people to
know it's not a crank call,"
Hahn said. The identities of
survey participants will
remain confidential.
Residents with ques-
tions or concerns can con-
tact Santa Rosa County
Emergency Management at
Survey's like this one is
not excluded by the Do Not
Call Lists, which has been
established by the Florida
Sec. of State and the U.S.
Attorney General.

local military bases, the
Department of Defense, and the
Congressional delegation to
ensure that the sebases can per-
form their mission," he says.
"That includes continued protec-
tion of air space and prevention
of ground encroachment."
Citing the Oceania Naval
Base in Northrop, Virginia,
which is currently at odds with
its residents over noise from the
Navy Hornets stationed there,
Salter says, "you can't wait for
military encroachment to
become a problem because as in
the case of Oceania, it's too late.
You have to be in front of
growth to make sure you have
proper controls in place."
Kyle Holley, a resident and
property owner in American
Farms, wants to protect the
future missions of bases like
Eglin, but also the character
inherent in Agricultural Zoning.
His motto is, "horses and heli-
copters go together."
"The people live out here
because they like living with
livestock," he says. "It would be
ideal to fill the buffer zone with
pasture land to offset the high
density development in the cen-
tral and western portions of the
Holley says protecting the
area's agricultural zoning also
means, lower risk of harm to
humans, preserve a lifestyle is
desirable in Santa Rosa County,
and open a portal for eco-
Beckie Faulkenberry, who
actually complimented the pro-
posed development as, "every-
thing we look for in a well
designed sub-division," has said
the local planning board has
already decided to recommend
denial for the project based on
other factors in addition to the
military's apprehension.
"The project was unusual in
a number of ways," she says, cit-
ing its size, proposed location,
and distance from a major road
as deciding factors.
Despite the planning board's
decision, the zoning process.
requires the project to go before
the County Commissioners, who
will hear all sides of the issue in
a meeting on Thursday at 6 p.m.,
in the Santa Rosa County
Administrative Board Room on
Caroline Street. A vote will then
be rendered on the matter.
Repeated attempts to reach
the developer for comments
were unsuccessful.


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Santa Rosa's Press Gazette

Wednesday-January 23, 2008

Page 2-A



Sheriff's Report

Santa Rosa County
Sheriff's Report from Dec. 27,
2007 to Jan. 1, 2008
Addison, Ronald Alvin;
Male; 43; 816 Valley Road,
-Crestview; Drive While Lic
Susp Habitual Offender,
Failure to Appear for Felony
'Offense. 12/27/07
Addison. III, Thomas
,.Hubbard; Male; 18; 5041
Ridgeway Blvd., Milton;
-Drugs-Possess Cntrl Sub W/O
Prescription, Marijuana-
iPossess Not More Than 20
Grams, Narcotic Equip-
Possess And Or Use. 12/27/07
Baez, Melissa Anne;
-Female; 32; 5157 Victoria Dr,
,Milton; Aggrav Battery
Person Uses a Deadly
Weapon. 12/27/07
Cummings. Alicia
'Carlice; Female; 18; 905
'Whispering Circle, St.
LAugustine, FL; Probation
Violation-Felony. 12/27/07
Gahm. Il,. John Francis;
Male; 21; 9009 University
Pkwy, Pensacola; Sex
Offense-Victim 12YOA up to
15YOA, Lewd Lascv
Behavior-Victim 12YOA up
to 16YOA Offender 18 YOA
Older. 12/27/07
Cerbone, Dominic
Joseph; Male; 18; 1931
Diplomat St, Gulf Breeze;
'Burglary Unoccupied
'Structure Unarmed (2 cts.),
Larc-Petit 1st Degree Property
$100 to Under $300 (2 cts.),
Larc-Petit 1st Offense, Burgl
"Dwelling Structure or
'Conveyance Armed (2 cts.),
Larc-Theft is $300 or More
But Less Than $5,000.
'. Cerbone, Nicholas
Vincent; Male; 15; 1931
',Diplomat St., Gulf Breeze;
'Burglary Unoccupied
Structure Unarmed (3 cts.),
Larc-Petit 1st Offense (2 cts.),
'Larc-Petit 1st Degree Property
'$100 to Under $300 (2 cts.),
Burgl-Dwelling Structure or
.Conveyance Armed (2 cts.),
Larc-Theft is $300 or More
But Less Than $5,000.
Church, Keith Wayne;
male; 39; 5131 Neal Jones Rd,
Jay; Possess of Weapon or

Ammo By Convicted Felon.
Laposta, Richard Allen;
Male; 15; 605 Princess St, Ft.
Myers, FL; Drugs-Poss Wit
Sell Etc New Legend Drug
W/P Prescrip. 12/27/07
Velasco Thomas Cody;
Male; 17; 5610 Charter Cir,
Gulf Breeze; Burgl of
Dwelling Structure or
Conveyance..Armed (2 cts.),
Larc-Theft is'$300 or More
But Les T .$5,000, Burgl
Unoccu iecl Structure
Unarmed ( Zts.), Larc-Petit
1st Degree I;Pop $100 to-
Under $30 '(2 cts.), Burl
Unoccupied Structure
Unarmed, Larc-Petit 1st
Offense. 12/27/07
Walden. Cody Tyler;
Male; 16; 5611 Charter Circle,
Navarre; Burgl Unoccupied
Structure Unarmed (3 cts.),
Larc-Petit 1st Offense, Larc-
Petit 1st Degree Property $100
to Under $300 (2 cts.), Burgl
Structure or Conveyance
Armed (2 cts.), Larc-Theft is
$300 or More But Less Than
$5,000 (2 cts.). 12/27/07
Sehmidt, Edward Lee;
Male; 52; 5441 Pecos Pass,
Gulf Breeze; DUI. 12/27/07
Chomicki, Gail Elaine;
Female; 48; 4840 Soundside
Dr., Gulf Breeze; DUI.
Dueil, Kimberly Kay;
Female; 47; 178 Camelia St,
Gulf Breeze; DUI. 12/26/07
Addison. III, Thomas
Hubbard; Male; 18; 5041
Ridgeway Blvd., Milton;
Probation Violation-Felony.
Callais Lisa Ann;
Female; 43; 208 N. Railroad,
Delcambre, LA; Probation
Violation-Felony. 12/28/07
Ellington, Mark Anthony;
Male; 42; 460 Tasha, Mary
Esther; Probation Violation-
Felony. 12/28/07
Fowlkes, Michele Ann;
Female; 49; 54733 Willard
Norris Rd, Milton; Possess
Cocaine, Narcotic Equip-
Possess And or Use. 12/30/07
Garner, Kelly Lafe;
Male; 47;. 101 Wilson Ave.,
Thomasville, AL; Aggrav
Asslt W/Deadly Weapon W/O


'owell, 'I'i

Timothy Joseph "Tim" Powell,
.age 45 of Milton, passed away
-Thursday, January 17, 2008.
He was born in Arlington
,Heights, IL, and resided in Milton
.since 1973. He was a 1979 Graduate
,of Milton High School. Tim con-
:tributed house plans for Habitat for
,Humanity, was a member of
American Institute of Building
Design, "AIBD" and Certified
Professional Building Designer,
"CPBD." He was the owner of Tim
-Powell & Associates and Exquisite
Home Plans.
Tim was preceded in death by
his father-James "Buddy" Powell;
grandparents, Marcella and Robert
Buckeridge; grandparents, Harmon
and Irene Powell
Mr. Powell is survived by his
,wife, Lisa Powell, of Milton; daugh-
,ter, Sarah; son, Grant; mother, Pat
Powell Peterson; sister, Beth Powell;
brother, Jeff and Sandy Braun and
their children Kelsey and Jake; his)
father and mother-in-law, Gilbert E.
(Sammie) McGlothren; brothers-in-
law, Dan (Shiren) McGlothren, Paul
(Gladene) McGlothren, Tommy
McGlothren; nieces, Amber
McGlothren and Madyson
McGlothren; nephews, Kyler
McGlothren and Jason McGlothren;
numerous aunts, uncles, cousins, and
Memorial services will be at
6:30 p.m., Wednesday, January 23,
2008 at Lewis Funeral Home Pace
Chapel with Roland Clark officiat-

ing. The family will receive
friends from 5:00 p.m., until
time of services.
I hope you have found the
peace you have been searching,
for so long.
"Tim, you have always felt
the homes you designed were
not perfect, but they were. You
were the best, and I love you.
Your wife, Lisa."

Baker, Clyde Albert

Clyde Albert "Big Al"
Baker, Jr., age 56, passed away
Friday, January 18, 2008. Mr.
Baker was a native and had
resided most of his life in the
Northwest Florida area. He was
the son of the late Clyde and
Myrtice Baker. "Big Al" was a
truck driver for TFR Unlimited,
Inc. for over 4 years. He
enjoyed the outdoors.
He is preceded in death by
his daughter-Krystal and his
brothers-Bobby Olsen and
Butch Olsen.
Mr. Baker is survived by his
wife-Judy Baker, of Pace; two
sons-Sport Baker, of Gulf
Breeze and Allen Baker, of
Pace; daughter-Jennifer
(Jeremy) Brooks, of Florala,
AL; five grandchildren-Taylor
Paige Baker, Leah Clark, Lane
Clark, Christian Brooks, and
Caleb Brooks; two sisters-Jean
(Jo n) Green, of Pensacola, and
Sally (Dick) Jones, of Pensacola
Beach; his previous wife and
friend-Peggy Thomas; and
many, many special friends.
Funeral services for "Big
Al" were 2:00 p.m., Tuesday,
January 22, 2008 at Lewis
Funeral Home Milton Chapel
with Minister Paul Hinson offi-
ciating. Burial followed in
Strickland Cemetery with Lewis
Funeral Home directing.
Visitation was from 1:00-2:00,
prior to service.
Pallbearers were Allen
Baker, Levi Thomas, Jeremy
Brooks, Rick Cooper, Nathan
McGee, and Rusty Jones.
Honorary pallbearers were
Terry Rowell and Lloyd Rowell.

Intent to Kill, Burgl W/Asslt
or Battery, Burgl Tools-
Possess With Intent to Use.
Gentry, Christopher
Alan; Male; 20; 6650
Flintwood St, Navarre; Sex
Offense-Victim 12 YOA Up to
15 YOA. 12/28/07
Hamm, Danny Radford;
Male; 28; 8698 John Hamm
Rd, Milton; Probation
Violation-Felony. 12/28/07
Haws, Michelle Rae
Thibodaux; Female; 34; 333
Coral Dr SW, Ft. Walton
Beach; DUI, Resist Officer-
Flee Elude LEO with Lights
Sirens Active, Drive While
Lic Susp 1st tOff, Resist
Officer-Obstruct W/O
Violence. 12/29/07
Moore, Robert Lee; Male;
57; 3514 Warren St, Mobile,
AL; Probation Violation-
Felony. 12/28/07
Niver, Anthony James;
Male; 29; 9307 Cornfield
Way, Milton; Probation
Violation-Felony. 12/28/07
White. Jr., Arzanda
Charles; Male; 26; 1725
Atlanta Ave, Pensacola;
Probation Violation-Felony.
Harris, Jimmy Russell;
Male; 38; 8350 John Diamond
Rd, Milton; Aggrav Asslt
W/Deadly Weapon W/O
Intent to Kill. 12/29/07
Hicks, Lori Frain;
Female; 46; 3433 Oak Tree
Ln, Pace; DUI Alcohol or
Drugs 2nd Off, Resist Officer-
Obstruct W/O Violence,
Drugs-Possess Cntrl Sub W/O
Prescription. 12/30/07
Interiano, Leonard
Pierre; Male; 21; 2657
Privattee Blvd, Barataria, LA;
Prob Violation-Felony.
Padgett~ Heather Nichole;
Female; 15; 4838 Spencer
Oaks Blvd., Pace; Obstructing
Justice-Intimidate Threaten
Etc Vict Witness Informant.
Schramm, Laurie Ann;
Female; 45; 4211 Brookside
Dr, Pensacola; DUI Alcohol or
Drugs 4th or Subseq Offense,
Refuse to Submit to DUI Test.
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FIED that the School District
of Santa Rosa County,
Florida, herein referred to as
the "Board," pursuant to
Florida law, is soliciting let-
ters of interest from qualified
Florida registered architec-
tural firms to provide design
and construction supervision
services for a 12 classroom
addition to Woodlawn Beach
Middle School.
All qualified architects inter-
ested in submitting a letter of
interest may examine current
contract documents available
In the office of the Assistant
Superintendent for
Administration, 6544
Firehouse Road, Milton,
Florida 32570, Phone (850)
983-5123. To be considered,
letters of interest must be
received on or before
Monday, February 11, 2008
at 11:00 a.m., local time at
the above address, and be
clearly labeled in the lower
left-hand corner of the enve-
lope, "Letter of Interest -
Architectural Services-
Woodlawn Beach Middle
School". Competitive selec-
tion and negotiation will be
made in accordance with the
Florida law F.S. 287.055.
Provide one original and 4
copies of your proposal with
the letter of interest. All pro-
posing firms are to make a
20-minute presentation on
Thursday, February 14,
2008, beginning at 8:00 a.m.,
and will proceed In the order
that the proposals are
Professional liability insur-
ance is required.
The School District of Santa
Rosa County, Florida,
reserves the right to accept
or reject any or all proposals
in whole or in part and to
waive all informalities.
BY: John W. Rogers.
Superintendent of School

Ielfer. Wayne Lawrence;
Male; 52; 5403 Pecos Pass,
Gulf Breeze; Sex Offender
Violations-Fail to Report to
Address Verifications.
Cordova, Javier Galarza;
Male; 25; Navarre Blvd.,
Navarre; DUI. 12/29/07
Elliott. William Chad;
Male; 31; 5564 Chipper Ln,
Pace; DUI. 12/30/07
Hudson. Jesse Allen;
Male; 25; 6431 Outrigger Cv,
Gulf Breeze; DUI. 12/29/07
Stowell, Elizabeth Serena;
Female; 42; 6859 Thunder Ln,
Milton; DUI., Refuse to
Submit to DUI Test. 12/29/07
Torres, Miguel Angel;
Male; 28; 4542 Bagdad Ct,
Milton; DUI Alcohol or Drugs
2nd Off. 12/30/07
Baldwin, John Alfred;
Male; 32; 5627 Sunray St,
Milton; Larc-Petit Third or
Subseq Off. 12/31/07
Barnes, Beverly Shawn;
Female; 4749 Douglas Dr,
Milton; DUI, Drive While Lic
Susp Habitual Offender.
Crawford. John Mitchell;
Male; 49; 1347 Sanibel Ln,
Gulf Breeze; Aggrav Asslt
W/Deadly Weapon W/O Intent
to Kill (domestic violence),
Battery-Touch or Strike
(domestic violence), Kidnap--
False Imprisonment-Adult
(domestic violence). 1/1/08

Davis, Seth Aaron; Male;
40; 11405 N Highway 87,
Milton; Resist Officer-Flee
Elude LEO With Lights Sirens
Active, Larc-Petit 1st Offense,
Loitering or Prowling. 1/1/08
Shepheard. Paul Leon;

Male; 48; 5312 Green Springs
Dr., Milton; Aggrav Asslt
W/Deadly Weapon W/O
Intent to Kill (domestic vio-
lence), Battery Touch or
Strike (domestic violence)

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Claude E. Locklin, Jr. is by far one of the most
interesting people in all of Santa Rosa County, not
necessarily for what we know about him, but what
we don't! A detailed sharing of his achievements
and accomplishments would overshadow a story
like the famed "A Beautiful Life!"

Born of school teaching parents in East
Milton, Claude Jr. started school in Holley, finished
grade school in Pace, and graduated from MHS in
the class of 1943. After serving in the Military, he
took his degree in business from FSU as a distin-
guished member of its first coeducation class.

After graduation in 1951 Claude Jr. was
Claude E. Locklin, Jr. accepted into the FBI Academy and then served as
a special agent in Washington, D.C., New York
City, and Baltimore.

After that he became involved in a then small insurance company in Columbus, GA with
John, Paul. and Bill Amos, serving as Secretary and Treasurer. of what is today the Giant,
AFLAC! Columbus is where he met and married Annette Wilson, a model, and after their first
child was born, they moved back to Milton in late 1958.

His reputation and achievements are legendary, but for all of his accomplishments, Claude
Jr. has held dear his relationship with his home town of Milton, helping many times to defray
the costs of sending its high school band to state football championship games, as well as pro-
moting its sports athletes and assisting many young people with accessing college scholarships.

But even beyond all that he has accomplished, none is he more proud of than his four chil-
dren and ten grandchildren, the sixth generation of Locklin's in all, born, educated, and raised
in his home town of Milton, a home well loved. And with that we are proud to give him the
recognition he deserves with our salute of thanks and gratitude...


Hwy 90 at 89, Milton


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Wednesday--January 23, 2008


1 Santa Rosa County
Library System


Continued From Page One
assignments guidance
counselor. "As many
experiences the students
have to write, the better
they'll do on the test."
According to the
library system, the instant
essay scoring is based on
more than 40 years of
research. It models the
decisions of professional
graders to produce scores
that are accurate and reli-
able. Each test features
state-of-the-art instant
diagnostic grading, giving
students the feedback

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4915 Highway 90 Pace

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7:15 9:30
National Treasure 2 (PG)
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needed to improve writing
skills by receiving a
detailed, individualized
score report that pinpoints
the strengths and weak-
nesses of their writing.
"This is part of the pub-
lic library's job to support
formal education," said
Linda Hendrix, director of
the county's library sys-
tem. "It's just one of the
many benefits available to
library cardholders."
Hendrix said the library
system last year registered
more than 10,000 students
for library cards through
special campaigns and help
from teachers. The library
currently has 12,000 stu-
dent cardholders, nearly
half of all Santa Rosa
County school students.
This year's goal is to regis-
ter all students.
Complementing the
library's Learning Express
Program opportunity, stu-
dents in middle school and
high school can learn and
practice the five-step writ-
ing process with a highly
interactive tutorial course
series. Writers complete
one of the available essays
before starting the course

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to pinpoint the strengths
and weaknesses of their
writing. Then, they may try
writing another essay when
the course has been com-
pleted to track their
The program can be
accessed online at
Users must be library
cardholders. Those who
don't have library cards
can register for one on the
library's Web site. Cards
are free to all Santa Rosa
County residents. The
service can also be used at
any library located in Gulf
Breeze, Jay, Milton,
Navarre, and Pace.
According to the State
of Florida's official FCAT
Web site, the exam is part
of Florida's overall plan to
increase student achieve-
ment by implementing
higher standards. The
FCAT is administered to
students through 3rd and
llth grade. The exam con-
tains two basic compo-
nents: criterion-referenced
tests, measuring selected
benchmarks in
Mathematics, Reading,
Science, and Writing from
the Sunshine State
Standards; and norm-refer-
enced tests in Reading and
Mathematics, measuring
individual student per-
formance against national
More information about
the Learning Express
Writing Improvement
Program is available at

Pictured are the 2008 Milton Masonic Lodge officers for 2008. Front row left to right F.D. Kendrick,
Daryl Lynchard, Adrian Lowndes, Jim Jowers, Ed Shelley, and Bill Kranz; Back row left to right Bob
Gwyer, Jeter Brock, Jesse Lassiter, Billy Williams, and Larry Thomas.
Submitted photo

Milton's Masonic Lodge

installs officers for 2008

Santa Rosa Lodge #16
Free and Accepted Masons of
Florida installed their officer's
on 1 January 2008 for the
ensuring year. Brother Jesse
Lassiter, PM was installed as
the Master of the lodge and his
officers are Adrian Lowndes
PM, Senior Warden; Bill
Kranz, Junior Warden; Daryl
Lynchard PM, Secretary;
Charlie Norman PM,
Treasurer; Bob Gwyer PM,
Senior Deacon; Billy Williams
PDDGM, Junior Deacon; Ed

Shelley PM, Senior Steward;
Jim Jowers, Junior Steward;
Larry Thomas DDGM,
Chaplain; Jeter Brock, Tyler
and F.D. Kendrick, PDDGM,
Marshall. The installing team
was F.D. Kendrick PDDGM,
Larry Thomas PDDGM and
Clerfe Sonnier. The ceremony
took place at the Masonic
Lodge at the corner of
Caroline and Pine Street in
Milton. Santa Rosa # 16 is the
oldest Masonic lodge in Santa
Rosa County. On 22 October

1846 under a dispensation
granted by the Grand Lodge of
Florida six master mason met
at the store-house of Messrs
Riley and Walker in Milton for
the purpose of establishing the
lodge and on 7 November
1946 lodge officers were
installed for the ensuring year.
The lodge has continuously
met on the 1st and 3rd
Tuesdays ever since. Further
history of the lodge can be
found on the internet at

Researchers looking to improve

the rehabilitation of Vietnam

Veteran traumatic amputees

Recently, much national
media attention has focused
on the traumatic amputees of
the Iraq and Afghan conflicts.
However, there is little known
about the long-term outcomes
of traumatic amputations aris-
ing from war. The largest
remaining group with a life-
time of experience is the
Vietnam War amputees. It is
estimated there were 6,000 or
more Vietnam veterans that
came home with missing
The Department of
Defense has funded a partner-
ship between Indiana
University and Ohio State
University to create the
Indiana-Ohio Center for
Traumatic Amputation
Rehabilitation Research. They
are trying to locate Vietnam
veteran amputees in hopes of
gaining a better understanding
of the needs of these veterans.
Their objective is to study the
health, psychosocial, and
rehabilitation needs of veter-
ans with amputations to help
determine the needs of
Vietnam veterans and aid in





the rehabilitation and adjust-
ment of traumatic amputees
from present and future con-
The Center is currently
establishing a database of
Vietnam veterans who had
amputations. The researchers
are asking for those veterans
to register by filling out an
online questionnaire or obtain-
ing a .hard-copy version
through the mail. Participant
confidentiality will be strongly
protected. The study currently
has 125 Vietnam vets enrolled
but there are many more out
there and are encouraged to


call or visit the website for
more details.
For more information:
ww w.vietnam waram- or (866) 283-2599
To obtain a hard-copy
questionnaire, call the toll-free
number or write:
Mr. Chris Robbins,
Project Coordinator
School of Health and
Rehabilitation Sciences
Indiana University
1140 West Michigan
Coleman Hall CF 124
Indianapolis, IN 46202

SFive generations

Pictured are five generations of the Harold Stanford Family. Pictured from left to right are
Harold Stanford, Diane (Stanford) Branch, James Branch, jenna (Branch) Temple and Chase
Temple, who was born Dec. 4. of last year.
Submitted photo

~ ~ ~

Dan McKenzie

McKenzie GMC Pontiac & Buick



Someone who has made a difference
Daughter of the late Rev. and Mrs. D. M. Lord
and the widow of the late Elmer Watford, Carol
Watford numbers among some of the most well
known individuals in Milton and Santa Rosa
County, mainly because of her dedicated public
service indulgence in a high profile capacity for
ever so many years. Always an industrious indi-
vidual, she worked in various jobs, including
eleven years at the First National Bank of Milton
(now Sun Trust.)

Upon the recommendation of Wilmer Adams, she
was hired to work in the office of the late Santa
Rosa County Tax Collector Archie Glover. It was
the beginning of a career that lasted 35 years.
After serving in the offices of three county tax
collectors over these more than three decades
(Archie Glover, Barbara Holley, and Robert
Carol Watford
McClure), she retired December 31, 2007.

Her duties during those years included the conduct of 34 Tax Certificate Sales. "My
Certificate Buyers, Taxpayers, past and present Coworkers, and Tax Collectors each! have
a special place in my heart," Carol says. "For that reason, retirement is a bitter-sweet
experience for me, and I know I will miss the daily experience and contacts of the office."

Her coworkers chose to honor her with a retirement party that was held at the Benny
Russell Center at Locklin Vo-Tech on January 22, 2008.

Carol is an active member of Galilee Missionary Baptist Church where she has been a
member since 1959. And she says, "Of all the many wonderful blessings I have been given
in my life, my Lord and Savior is the greatest!"


Hwy 90 at 89, Milton


Wednesday-January 23, 2008

Santa Rosa's Press Gazette

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City of Milton
City of Milton Parks &
Recreation Committee will
meet Monday, Jan. 28 at 8:30
a.m. in Conference Room B of
City Hall, 6738 Dixon Street.
Milton Benevolent
Cemetery Board will meet
Monday, Jan. 28 at 2 p.m. in
Conference Room B of City
Hall, at the above address.
All meetings are open to
the public. For more informa-
tion, call 983-5411.

Pace Civic
Association news
During the month of
November the Pace Civic
Association donated 55 lbs.
of food to the Manna Food
Bank. Pace Civic Association
also raised $200 worth of
office supplies for the Ronald
McDonald House. The PCA
appreciates the Pea Ridge
Office Depot for allowing
them to set up a table for this
worthy cause. The Civic
Association thanks the com-
munity for their participation
in this project. If you are
interested in becoming part
of the Pace Civic
Association, please contact
Ethel Dixon, president, at

Milton Garden
Club Annual Tree
The Milton Garden Club
will be selling trees for $2
each, at the Winn Dixie in
Milton and Pace on Saturday,
January 26th from 9 a.m. to 12
noon. Trees offered are
Dogwood, Red Bud, and Red
Maple. They are locally
grown. For more information,
call Deborah at 850-994-7959.

E.C. Honor

i flight plans

D.C. trip

The Board of Directors for
Emerald Coast Honor Flight
recently met and announced'that
onApril 30,2008,100 World War
H veterans from the First
Congressional District will be
taken, free of charge, to
Washington D.C. to see their
World War II memorial.
Spearheaded by

Congressman Jeff Miller,
Emerald Coast Honor Flight, a
non-profit volunteer organization
comprised of regional business
leaders, active and retired military
personnel, was created to honor
our local World War II veterans.
Emerald Coast Honor Flight is
organizing a one-day trip to
Washington, DC, to give these
brave men and women the oppor-
tunity to visit their World War II
Memorial for the first time.
The World War II Memorial
was completed 60 years after the
end of the war, and for many it
was too late. Our World War 11
veterans deserve to see their
memorial, and Emerald Coast
Honor Flight is faced with the
very real challenge of getting
these heroes to their memorial in
time. According to the
Department of Veterans Affairs
and Arlington National Cemetery
statistics we are losing approxi-
mately 1,200 World War II veter-
ans each day. Thousands are on
waiting list for various honor
flights around the country and
Emerald Coast Honor Flight is
asking the public for your support
to help make the dreams of our
World War II veterans come true.
Currently, Emerald Coast
Honor Flight is accepting applica-
tions from World War II veterans
who reside in Escambia, Santa
Rosa, Okaloosa, Walton,
Washington, and Holmes coun-
ties. Top priority will be given to
senior World War II veterans and
those other veterans that may be
terminally ill. Applications may
be obtained on-line at
m or by visiting Baptist
Hospital's Senior Services
Program located at 1301 West
Moreno Street, Pensacola, FL
32501. The Senior Service office
has volunteers able to assist veter-
ans complete the application.
Applications must be received by
March 1,2008 for consideration.
Space is limited, consequent-
ly spouses or other family mem-

Meeting Changes
The Santa Rosa County
Tourist Development Council
will meet the 3rd Wednesday
of each month at 3:00 p.m.,
February through June at the
Santa Rosa Chamber of
Commerce Board Room, 5247
Stewart Street, Milton and
July through December at the
Navarre Visitors' Center, 8543
Navarre Parkway, Navarre.

Meeting Date
The North End Committee
of the Santa Rosa County
Tourist Development Council
has changed the date of their
February meeting. It was pre-
viously scheduled for
February 7, 2008 and has been
changed to Friday, February 1
at 8:30 a.m. at the Santa Rosa
County Chamber of
Commerce office at 5247
Stewart St., Milton.

Aviation Ground
School for Private
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of navigation, communica-
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and federal aviation, regula-
tions with Pensacola Junior
College's Aviation Ground
School for private pilots.
Offered by Continuing
Education, the course is 6 to 9
p.m. Thursdays, Feb. 7
through May 1, at the
Pensacola campus. Cost is
$100 per student.
The course covers section-
al charts, weather minimums,
airspace, aerodynamics, air-
craft instruments and more.
Instruction also prepares stu-

dents to take the Federal
Aviation Administration's pri-
vate pilot written exam.
Register at any PJC cam-
pus or go to
For more information, call

Pace Relay For Life
Recruiting Teams
for Event
The American Cancer
Society is recruiting teams to
participate in its Pace Relay
For Life scheduled for April
25 and 26 at the Pace High
School Football Stadium.
Teams are formed by anyone -
cancer survivors, local busi-
nesses, clubs, families,
friends, churches, schools and
service organizations. Those
interested in scheduling a
presentation or to find out how
your team can participate,
contact Rocky Leber at 291-
4699 or lebere@mail.san- Together we
can make a difference in the
fight against cancer.

Hiking Events
coming up
On Saturday, Jan. 26 at 2
p.m.. Bike & Night Hike and
Pot Luck Supper in the
Blackwater River State Forest.
Meet at 2 p.m. at the
Coldwater. Equestrian
Recreation Area. You can do
one or both of these. After bik-
ing in this area of the State
Forest, we will caravan to the
Bear Lake Recreation Area
group building and join the
Florida Trail Association folks
for a Night Hike and Pot Luck
Supper, meeting them at 5
p.m.. Ted and JoAnn Hermann
have graciously invited us to
join them in this Annual

Event. The 4-mile night hike
will start promptly at 5:30.
Please bring a flashlight for
the hike. Ted and JoAnn will
be cooking hot dogs and ham-
burgers, so please bring a
casserole or salad to add to
this. After the hike we will
enjoy the pot luck supper and
after supper, we can sit around
the campfire. Please bring a
folding chair and firewood is
also always appreciated.
Thanks again Ted and JoAnn
for including the Adventure
Club in this fun annual event.
HONCHO: Call Clarice
Hebinck 581-4591 for more
On Tuesday, Jan. 29, 3
p.m.. Bike ride in the Gulf
Breeze area. Meet at the
Naval Live Oaks National
Seashore Visitors Center on
Highway 98. Supper after-
wards at a nearby restaurant.
HONCHO: Clarice Hebinck

"Death By
The Santa Rosa Medical
Center Women's Advisory
Council presents "Death By
Valentine." It will be per-
formed by Act4Murder.
Hart Baker is trying to
throw the perfect Valentine's
Day party for her daughter,
Candy, and can't get any coop-
eration from her other daugh-
ter, Coco Puff, her current hus-
band, Drew Blood, her friend,
Bill Willkill, or her brother,
Rock Bottom. Candy isn't
impressed with anyone on her
guest list and wants to hang out
with her friends instead, but
gifts keep arriving from a
secret admirer and she can't
figure out a way to make her
escape. Something has to be
done to save this Valentine's
Day party...but who will save

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volunteers and guardians to assist
with all phases of the trip.
Information on how to volunteer
or attend as a guardian can be If You Have The W ill...
found on the Emerald Coast We Hav The Wa
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it is important to note, guardians NO rugs
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Candy Valentine?
Tickets are $25 each and
will include a delicious 3-
course dinner of Caesar Salad
with Sea Salt Bagel Crisps,
Chicken Marsala with Rice
Pilaf, Green Beans Almondine,
Death by Chocolate Cake with
Raspberry Sauce, Coffee and
Iced tea.

Tickets can be purchased
from any Women's Advisory
Council Member, from the
desk at Santa Rosa Medical
Center or at the SRC Chamber
of Commerce, 5247 Stewart
Street in Milton. You can call
850-572-5775 or 626-5113.
Advance Ticket purchase is

SIBusiness Network

._i -'--- International

Tri cities chapter meets every
Thursday morning at 7am at Regions Bank
6650 Caroline St. (Hwy. 90), Milton. We encourage
area business professionals to visit our networking
meeting. Any questions contact Debbie Coon at

393-3666 6

Greg Brown, CFA
Santa Rosa County
Property Appraiser
Announces to:
Santa Rosa County's Senior Citizensi
The Santa Rosa County Board of County
Commissions has approved the Senior Citizen
Exemption, which allows an
If you meet the following criteria, you may qualify for an
additional Homestead Exemption in Santa Rosa County,
This additional exemption is for the portion of your tax bill
associated with the Board of County Commissioners only.
Property owner must be 65 or older
Total adjusted household Income limitations apply
Must apply no later than March 3, 2008
Must qualify for and/or currently be receiving Homestead
(Note: You must qualify and
may have to reapply annually).
For additional Information:
(850) 983-1880 / (850) 934-8175

Greg Brown, CFA
Santa Rosa County Property Appraiser
For Your Convenience
9:00 AM -12:00 NOON
In addition to regular hours
Milton & Midway Offices
January 4th thru March 1st
To assist in exemption filing for:
Monday thru Friday 7:00 am 4:30 pm
For additional information:
(850) 983-1880 or (840) 934-8175
or visit our website at:

In Loving Memory
JULY 7, 1962 JANUARY 23, 2006

In life we loved you dearly,
In death we love you still,
In our hearts you hold a place,
No one can ever fill.
It broke our hearts to lose you,
You did not go alone,
A part of us went with you,
The day God called you Home.
Your memories are our keepsake,
With which we'll never part,
God has you safely in His keeping,
We have you forever in our hearts.
,We miss you so very much,
Your loving and devoted family

Kiwanis Club speakers

(Above) On the left is Kiwanis Club of Santa Rosa Sunrise President Darrell Greer with the
club's newest member, Penny Wilson. Penny is a Real Estate Broker with Keller Williams. The
members extend a huge Kiwanian welcome to Penny. The club meets every Wednesday at 7
a.m., at Tanglewood Golf and Country Club. Visitors are welcome. (Below) On the left is
Kiwanis Club of Santa Rosa Sunrise President Darrell Greer with Pastor Fred Rogers. The pas-
tor was the club's speaker and delivered the Christmas message to the members.

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Wednesday-January 23, 2008

Santa Rosa's Press Gazette

Jim Fle/skr, Publisher
Carol amos, Office Manager


6A Wednesday, January 23, 2008 The Santa Rosa Press Gazette

Milton, Florida

Vol. 100, Number 82


Voting for

nothing, again

It is a very bothersome situation in the state of Florida
and here in Santa Rosa County this January primary.
According to Santa Rosa County Supervisor of
Elections, Ann Bodenstein, this presidential primary has
been one of the most popular with the registered voters in
recent memory.
That is great, super, stupendous, outstanding, but leave
it to those in Washington and where ever the party head-
quarters to mess up a good thing.
Because they did not like when the primary for
Florida was scheduled, the Democratic Party. has decided
at its convention not to recognize the Florida Delegates or
their votes and in most cases not even seat them.
The Republican Party has followed suit except for the
fact they will cut the delegates voting power in half.
This rhetoric among our supposed leaders helps us
understand what it might of been like to have been a part
of the two-thirds compromise.
When we look at it, the primary system we use to
elect a president is pretty crazy.
How many of you would have selected Iowa to be the
first place for voters to narrow the field of presidential
hopefuls to a winner and a couple of "also-rans."
Michigan is in a similar situation as Florida, but an
ordered boycott by the Democrat Party left Hillary
Clinton as the only major candidate on the ballot.
She is celebrating this victory when Barack Obama or
John Edwards didn't even appear on the ballot.
And you call this a democratic process?
This sounds more like party leaders trying to manipu-
late the system to get the candidate they want.
Sorry folks this isn't a sporting event where officials
could abuse their power and influence in hopes of better
television ratings for the NBA Finals, Super Bowl, or
World Series.
This is the future of a nation at stake.
With this kind of contempt shown to the voters by the
parties there is no wonder people are not as interested in
voting and a very vocal minority lead the majority of us
down a very rough path.
In light of this news some are looking at trying to hold
a caucus.
Unfortunately, if there is a caucus, the only one that is
even being considered in the area will be in Crestview.
That caucus, if this comes to fruition, will cover at
least three and possibly up to six counties.
Talk about a way to really make the voter feel like
they are not a part of the system.
Isn't it bad enough the candidates can't tell the same
story at two stops in the same day, let alone two states.
The electorate is quite fickle and everyone has their
standard of what they are looking for in a candidate, but
you are not much of a candidate if you tell everyone what
they want to hear and do what your financial supporters
want when elected.
This explains why the schools have quit teaching
civics and history is coming a close second.
Classes on these subjects need to have some sense of
order, but the presidential primary is one of the most
senseless things in our country today.

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Help the Children of Santa Rosa

Before I get started, I want to state
for the record to avoid repercussions to
the East Milton Youth Association from
county officials the contents, facts and
opinion in this article are mine (along
with many parents of Santa Rosa County
children and park and recreation direc-
tors in many other Florida panhandle
counties) and not that of East Milton
Youth Association, of which I am the
Basketball director.
As previously reported, Santa Rosa
County Commissioners made the deci-
sion to remove the funds to pay electric
bills at all county parks used, effective
Jan. 2, 2008. This funding for FY 2007
was $125,000 for the entire county.
After the electricity was turned off at
the East Milton Sports Complex ball-
fields, concession stands, and restrooms
(violation of the American Disabilities
Act: accessibility of restroom facilities
for handicapped individuals), I contacted
and completed a survey of Okaloosa,
Bay, Walton, Jackson, Calhoun, Franklin,
Wakulla, Gadsden, and Leon counties,
each of which have a dedicated paid park
and recreation staff, ranging from five to
38 workers, directors, and continue to
fund the electricity bills for all parks and
fields in their respective counties.
Every director indicated. that there
were no plans to discontinue their opera-
tions and funding, regardless of the out-
come of the upcoming property tax
reduction vote.
I Most of the counties maintain the
fields, some counties even prepare and
chalk the field for the youth and adult
games, register the children, and admin-
ister the program.
In Franklin County, the Parks and
Recreation Department has a staff of five
and through inmate labor from the coun-
ty correctional facility, the county lines
the fields and they also pay for the insur-

ance for the youth programs. In Wakulla
County, the Parks and Recreation Director
stated that their response to their county
commissioners, when faced with mone-
tary cuts into their department, did a sur-
vey and discovered that the cost of hous-
ing juveniles in correctional facilities cost
$128 per day. The state-wide cost for the
young people who get into trouble for not
having recreational opportunities to keep
them busy.
It costs roughly $44 a week to pay for
the lights in Santa Rosa County per child.
Seven park and recreation directors, were
amazed and surprised at the current situa-
tion in, Santa Rosa.County. The seven,
counties are similar in size and population
to Santa Rosa County.
So, do we pay for.the children to be
involved in a wholesome, good activity,
or do we give them no choice but to have
nothing to do but possibly get into trou-
In the East Milton Basketball pro-
gram, we have young people 15 to 18
years old involved. That is the ideal age
for a young person to get in the wrong
crowd and get into trouble'. When the
young person gets into trouble and enters
into the juvenile justice system, it will
cost the county a whole lot more money to
pay for their detention and will possibly
ruin that young person's life.
Many parents do not raise their chil-
dren like they were raised in the old days.
Many children these days live in an envi-
ronment with a single parent who works
long hours to make ends meet and is not
able to supervise their children much of
the time. Children and young teenagers
involved in. sports programs tend to
become better adults and better citizens.
The children of our county are being
cheated and many will not have the
opportunity to participate in youth sports
due to the decision by the County
Commissioners to stop funding the elec-

tric bills.
Speaking of electric bills, the county
commissioners are requiring the youth
basketball program at the East Milton
Park to pay the amount of the bill that
exceeds the bill from each respective
month, from last year.
However, the Santa Rosa County
Sheriff's Department uses the gym
throughout the year, once a month, for
MADD classes, for DUI offenders and
charge $35 per person. I was at the gym
last month and there were well over 100
attendees and they use the gym four to
six weeks in the summer.
They pay nothing for the electricity
that they use and the attendees at the
MADD Class throw cigarette butts, soda
bottles, and coffee cups on the ground,
don't put the chairs back in place and do
not clean the gym floor.
Milton High School uses the gym
for many of their basketball practices
during the school day and pay r.thing to
use the gym. They do not clean up
We are required to clean up after our
use and are constantly cleaning the gym
after others use the facility.
Let me be clear, I am not demanding
or suggesting that Santa Rosa County
hire a Parks and Recreation Staff
(although they should have a paid staff),
I am merely demanding and recom-
mending that the county fund the elec-
tric bill and trim off some of the pork in
their budget and get their priorities
straight. The $125,000 is only a drop in
the bucket for the county, if they man-
aged their money better.
I am writing this for the children. I
have nothing to gain personally. I am
merely a man who has worked with and
directed parks and recreation programs
for children for over 30 years, in six
states and in the military. This is for our
children! Organize! Act now!!!





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What Dad wanted to hear
FM: Rodney Bowers
Milton, Fla.

Dear Editor,

Years ago, when my father
was listening to a newscast or
political speech, he would some-
times turn off the radio or televi-
sion and say, "They're not telling
me what I want to hear!"
Well, Dad passed away some
time ago, but if he was able to lis-
ten to this current crop of
Presidential wannabes he would
really be in his glory.
With the help of the instanta-

neous polls that prepare politicians
for each new crowd, most of the
Presidential candidates are telling
everybody what they want to hear.
Their campaign promises as
well as their antics would be
amusing if they weren't running
for office. Yet being able to say
the "right" things to each group is
very hard for them to resist since it
is not illegal for a candidate to
ignore campaign promises or our
prisons would be filled with politi-
But their votes, thank good-
ness, never lie and with a little
effort voters can check each
Senator's and Representative's
voting records information which
could be a real eye opener!
It isn't possible to please
everyone and if we put all of their
posturing aside, their true position
on issues can be seen by their vot-
ing records.

As voters, we need to do our
job by researching each candidate
and after the election, we must
demand that they do their job by
respecting our Constitution, not
ignoring it. I've been watching
John McCain, Mitt Romney, and
Ron Paul.
McCain and Romney both
promised to bring the automotive
jobs back to Michigan. Romney
said that he wouldn't stop until he
accomplished it.
Not to be outdone, on the
Democratic Side, (John) Edwards
would like to bring the mills back
to the Carolinas. I realize then that
Ron Paul has never made state-by-
state promises to please his audi-
ences and he doesn't appear to be
"owned" by any group.
He garnered more votes than
his rival candidates expected in
Iowa and New Hampshire and his

appearance in the South Carolina
debate cased many stunned people
to begin listening to him for the
first time.
The major news networks
seem stunned that someone would
run for the Presidency without
major backing and some of their
condescending questions to Paul
reflected that attitude.
The Florida Primary is coming
up soon.
Are you aware that the
Democrats will seat no delegates
from Florida in their upcoming
convention (but if seated, will not
be permitted to vote) and the
Republicans will only accept one
half of the Florida delegation (it's
actually called punishment) at the
Republican convention?
Maybe it is about time that we
started listening to all of the candi-
dates and not just the ones who
tell us what we want to hear.

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Long touted as the best
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And now that everybody
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Even though it's only open
Wednesdays through
Saturdays, it's a very popu-
lar place where everyone
looks forward to having
lunch or. dinner whenever
they have the opportunity.
The Bayou Cafe is the
brainchild of Gary and
Carroll Bradshaw and their
daughter Leigh, that over
the past four years or so has
evolved into a community
gathering place where
lunch, dinner, snacks, great
entertainment, and the con-
venience of a full bar all
come together for the
relaxed enjoyment of every-
Now under the personal
operation and management
of their daughter, Leigh, it
has come to be recognized
as one of the best places in
the area for eating or having
a drink in an atmosphere
that's both comfortable and
It's a complex of sorts
with three distinct dining
and entertainment areas.
There's the main family
dining room, another area
that's designed for enter-
tainment, and the "Swamp
Room" which provides a
measure of privacy, but is
still a part of the "action"
area. The three rooms will
accommodate 160 guests,
so there's no probability
ever that anyone will not
find a seat.
Carroll is the most
"food-sensitive" of the
three and does most of the
menu planning. A 6 Minute
Lunch is one of the Bayou
Cafe's specialties and is
available for either dine in
or carry out between the
hours of 11 a.m. and 4 p.m.
And would you believe this
6 Minute Lunch is the
equivalent of many dinner
entrees at some other
restaurants. And at $6.99
it's a steal!
The specials are geared
to days of the week, and
your meal is at your table in
6 minutes. Flat! On
Wednesdays it's pulled pork
BBQ sandwiches with fried
corn on the cob or fried
chicken with cornbread
dressing. On Thursdays it's
fried pork chops with rice
arid gravy or smoked beef
brisket with mac and
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there's chicken fried steak
or beef pot roast served
with mashed potatoes and
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given day, with Saturdays
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stuffed potato. And of
course New Orleans style
Po' Boys are outstanding.
Sides are mind boggling
both in varied selection and
The carrot souffle is one
that is talked about most.
Others include Bayou grits,
cheese grits, baked beans,
green beans, new potatoes,
greens, corn on the cob,
potato salad, cole slaw,
Bayou fries, and a house
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what customers call the best
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with each and every meal.
Can you beat that?
All the great names in
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preparation efforts of Head
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both certified in their pro-
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we are proud and happy to'
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of the two certified chefs.
"The way the food is pre-
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out among all the other area
food establishments around
town," she said.
Add to all these ameni-
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Cafe has a full bar, and you
have the makings of a "10-
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full bar is a plus for the
establishment, but. is not
touted as its main attraction,
Gary said. Where many
places announce themselves
as a Bar and Restaurant, the
Bayou Cafe likes to present
itself as a Cafe and Bar, a
food establishment where
you can have beer or wine
with you meal.
And entertainment? You
bet! Self-styled Lance Cook
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each Friday. Customers are
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popular country songs.
Other entertainers also per-
form on various occasions
from time to time when
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as to why the eatery is
called the Bayou Cafe,
there's a logical explana-
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Jake's Bayou in the Garcon
Point area is a most memo-
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opportunity to name the
restaurant for the bayou on
his grandparents' property.
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indication whatsoever that
Bayou Cafe is a Cajun
restaurant. "But we do have
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The third "Tynes" is

the charm for Giants

7J Former Milton grad kicks the Giants to

Super Bowl XLII in overtime at Green Bay

Milton's Lawrence Tynes wasn't running to
Arizona after kicking a 47-yard field goal in over-
time to give the Giants the NFC Championship
He needed to find some heat after a game that
was played in sub zero temperatures.
"I just wanted to get out of the cold," said
But Tynes forced Coach Tom Coughlin to let
him kick the 47 yarder, which won the game after
two earlier misses from 43 and 37 yards.
"Yeah, I was out on the field," recalled Tynes.
"I wasn't going to let him say, 'go kick.'"
He would have had to pull me off the field.
That is the determination that Coughlin likes
to see in his players and could be a reason why
they have won 10 road games in a row while
becoming the lowest seed ever to make it to the
Super Bowl from the NFC.
"I though about going for it (on fourth
down)," said Coughlin. "I looked for a sign, and
they were anxious to go do that.
"They were anxious to kick that and that was
a good sing that Lawrence felt like he
could make it."
Tynes learned from the first
miss from 43 yards, which is
what helped him nail the
47-yard winning field goal,
which was the first 'one
made by a Packers oppo-
nent at Lambeau Field
beyond 40 yards.
"I knew it was good
and I think I was inside
before it went through,'," ,,
said Tynes. "I
played it a little
bit right to
left, the
wind was
right to left.
from the first
one I missed,
the 43. I
started the ,iS
ball a lit-

than I
did the
43, the
one I
missed earli-

sight after their 38-35 loss to New England in
Week 17.
"If we can continue to play hard like we did
Saturday (Dec. 29) we could get another crack at
New England."
But, when Tynes took the field in overtime he
wasn't just thinking about himself and the field
"It is very humbling," said Tynes. "To see
these guys in the locker room celebrating, the
Strahans, the Jeff Feagles, that is what it is all
"My main thought when I went to kick it is
Jeff Feagles, he's holding it, he's played 20 years,
get this guy to the Super Bowl. We did it. The
biggest reward for me is my teammates in that
locker room."
Tynes, who made 23 of 27 field goal attempts
to tie Jay Feely for third place on the Giant's sin-
gle-season list at 85.2 percent, had never missed
two field goals in a row until this past Sunday in
Green Bay.
"You've got to gather yourself," said Tynes
about the two misses. "To me (the second miss)
was not a perfect operation. I knew that I could do
better or we could do better as a group, and we did
no the last one.
"I didn't hang my head after the one at
the end of regulation because I said to
myself, you know what, if everything
had been perfect, I would have been
upset with myself but it wasn't. So we
got another chance."
So what did Tynes try to do on the
kick at the end of regulation? ,
"You have to lean a littFe bit to buy
yourself time because
when I get going,
it is hard for
me to go any
way bit side-
Ways," said
Tynes. "So
the ball goes
this was not the

Giants need-
ed a field.
goal to

I n

Matt Bahr
kicked a 42
yarder as time
expired for the
Giants to defeat San Francisco.
Tynes could be looking for
a little warmer weather when he
goes to Glendale, Ariz., for the
Super Bowl on Feb. 3.
"Sunday was the coldest
game I have ever played," said
Tynes, who kicked two years in
the Canadian Football League
before joining the Kansas City
Chiefs. "The ball feel like
you are kicking cardboard.
It doesn't compress off
your foot like it normally

Jay High School's football team was honored at Thursday's Santa Rosa County Board of Education
meeting for achieving the highest grade point average in Class A Football across the state of Florida.
This is the first year the Royals have won the FHSAA's Academic Honor. Last year the Royals finished
with the second highest GPA in Class A.
Press Gazette photo by Bill Gamblin

The Kings of Class A

E Royals'football honoredfor its academic success

It has been a great season
to be a Royal.
The football team made
their first playoff appearance
since 2002, four players were
named to the Class A All-State
squad by the Florida
Sportswriters Association, and
the team won the Academic
Award in Class A awarded by
the Florida High School
Athletic Association
Thursday the Santa Rosa
County Board of Education
honored the football players,
who when asked i rade'
point average as th eyin6'"-
duced themselves each proud-
ly boasted a 3.0 giade point
average (GPA) or higher.
Four of the Royals boast-
ed having a 4.0 GPA during
the reporting period for the
"This is a tremendous
honor," said Jay Head Coach
Elijah Bell. "You go to school
to learn and they measure
what you learn by your GPA.
"Your reward you can get
when you leave school is by
having the best GPA can
Last year the Royals fin-
ished runner up to First
Academy High in Orlando
who had a 3.448 cumulative
team GPA for the best in the
Small School Overall Winner.
Jay, who was the tops in
Class A, posted a 3.359 GPA
last season.
The FHSAA will not
release all the information
concerning the 2007 Fall
Sports Academic Awards until
Thursday according to their
"This is 'a great award for
us," said Jay Principal Dale
Westmoreland. "Even if you
don't win on the field this
award is just as important if
not more.
"What I am proud of the
most is we beat all those pri-
vate schools."
Private schools are what

Santa Rosa Schools Superintendent John Rogers presents the
plaque from the Florida High School Athletic Association to Santa
Rosa County School Board Chairwoman JoAnn Simpson on

make up most of the smaller
classes in the FHSAA.
Westmoreland noted that
times are definitely changing
when it comes to how students
are looked at.
"The day 'of the dumb old
football player is about gone,"
said Westmoreland. "You have
got to be pretty sharp nowa-
"But it just isn't football;
there are several multitalented
students playing basketball,
softball, track, band, baseball
and those students are usually
your leaders as well."
Santa Rosa County School
Superintendent John Rogers
was equally impressed to pres-
ent the football team to the
board members.

ss Gazette photo by Bill Gamblin
"These young men won an
award from the FHSAA which
is not unique, but it is very
special when you look at what
it is for," said Rogers. "We are
extremely pfoud of what these
young men have accom-
plished and are fortunate to
have them representing Santa
Rosa County."
Bell talked about the phi-
losophy of the football staff
during the presentation.
"We try to impress the
importance of Friday night to
the players," said Bell. "But at
the same time we stress the
need to do their best Monday
through Friday afternoon.
"This is a really special
bunch of guys that I am very
proud of."

Milton drops pair in district

The Milton Panthers
played back-to-back district
games over the weekend, but
came away winless.
Saturday the Panthers saw
their eight point lead disappear
as Escambia outscored them
20-9 in the fourth quarter to
come from behind for a 48-45
Milton (8-11) fell behind
early at the end of the first
quarter 14-7, but responded to
lead 36-28 heading into the
fourth quarter.
Jamal Smith and Ben Ellis
led Milton with 10 points each

in the loss.
Friday night the Panthers.
fell on the road to Washington
High 52-28.
The Wildcats jumped out
to a 13-5 lead by the end of the
first quarter and blew the game
open in the third quarter.
Washington went on a 19-4
win as they build a 38-16 lead
heading into the final quarter.
Brandon Allen led all
Milton scorers with nine points
on the night.
In girls action TeAngela
Williams scored 16 points, but
it wouldn't be enough against
Washington on Friday as they
fell in a District 1-4A contest at

home 61-33.
The Lady Cats jumped out
in to a 16-3 lead and by half-
time Milton had fallen behind
Milton played with them in
the second half, but could not
find a way to cut into the Lady
Cats lead.
In boys soccer Pace closed
out their regular season with a
5-0 loss to Gulf Breeze.
Chase Austin posted 15
saves for the Patriots as Brad
Parish led the Dolphins with
two goals in the win.
The Patriots' managed
only one shot on goal for the

Wednesday-January 23, 2008


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Milton Baseball
Registration: The City of
Milton has started its 2008
baseball registration.
Registration is open to
boys and girls ages 7 to 14,
as of April 31st.
Boys and girls age 7 and
8 play coach pitch, while
ages 9-14 play kids pitch.
You can register at the
Milton Community Center
Monday through Friday
noon to 8 p.m. or on
Saturday from 11 a.m. to 3
Registration will contin-
ue through Feb. 28 or when
the teams are full.
Fees this season are $85
for one child and $75 for
each child with two or more

Gospel Projects Youth
Athletic Club provides pro-
grams for children raging in
ages from 3 and a half to 14.
If you would like more
information or are interested
in coaching or umpiring call
East Milton
Basketball: Due to contin-
ued interest, registration for
the East Milton Youth
Basketball League has been
extended through Jan. 12th.
This league is for ages 4-
Registration fee is $60
for ages 4-12 and $70 for
13-18. This fee includes uni-
form, insurance, and an
Family plans are avail-

For more information able.
call 983-5466. The program is also in
PARA Baseball and dire need of team sponsors.
Softball: Baseball and East Milton Youth
Softball registration will be Soccer: Registration for the
held at the Santa Rosa spring soccer season will
Sportsplex (P.A.R.A.) every start Jan. 12th from 10:30
Tuesday and Thursday start- a.m. to 2 p.m.
ing on Jan. 8th and running Registration will be
through Feb. 12th. every Saturday through Feb.
Registration times will 16th.
be from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. at When registering please
the Teener Complex in the bring a copy of your child's
center of the Santa Rosa birth certificate as proof of
SportsPlex. age is required.
Fees are $120 prior to Fees range from $55 to
Feb. 7 and will increase to $75 based on age group and
$135 after that date. include two jersey's, pair of
Saturday registration is shorts and one pair of socks.
planned for Feb. 2nd and Returning players with uni-
Feb. 9th from 9 a.m. to 1 form will receive a discount.
p.m. Registration is on a first
Draft and tryouts are come first serve basis per
tentatively set for Feb. 7th at age group based on the num-
6 p.m. ber of coaches available and
For more information the number of children reg-
v i s i t istered per age group. They are also in need of
Gospel Projects: volunteer coaches and work-
Registration for T-ball, soft- ers.

ball, and baseball at Gospel
Projects will get underway
Jan. 19 from 9 a.m. to noon.
You can also register at
the Santa Rosa Christian
School from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Monday through Friday or
from 9 a.m. to noon on

For more information
contact EMYA Soccer
Director at 994-8510.
.East Milton Youth
Baseball: Registration for
East Milton youth baseball
and softball will be held
'every Saturday from 11 a.m.

to 2 p.m. through the end of
Softball ages are seven
to 16 years of age and base-
ball ages are from four to 16
years of age.
The registration fee this
year is $85 for the first child
and $75 for the second.
The registration fee is
non-refundable after the
start of the season.
For more information
call 983-0978.
ABATE Car and Bike
Show: The Gulf Coast
Chapter of ABATE will hold
a birthday beach bash car
and bike show on Feb. 9.
This show will feature
several categories and is
open to the public.
Registration will be
from 9 a.m. to 10:45 a.m. at
the Pensacola Beach Tourist
Information Center Parking
The entry fee is $10 per
vehicle/bike and all entries
must be driving onto the
show site.
United Way Fishing
Tournament: The United
Way of Santa Rosa County
and AIG-American General
will hold a bass fishing tour-
nament 'Fishin' on a
Mission' April 12 at River
Run Marina in Milton.
Registration is $100 per
boat, individual or team and
will begin on Feb. 15.
The Three Rivers B ass
Club of Milton will assist
with the event.
United Way of Santa
Rosa County is also seeking
sponsors for the event.
For more information or
to become a sponsor call
More activities can be
found at
Look for the box called
'Things to Do'.
There you can check on
activities by zip code or
activity. And you are also
more than welcome to enter
your events there as well.


Continued From Page One
sometimes you've just got to
take yourself outside of the
friendly confines of the
Midwest sometimes and come
play in front of New York.
"I thought it would be a
big move for my career."
Lawrence will have a big
decision to make, as he will
become a free agent at the end
of the season.
"I really like it here in
New York and want to stay,
but I told them early on I did-
n't want to talk about an
extension until after the sea-
son," said Tynes. "New York
is my first choice because I
love the team, head coach,
owners, general manager and
being a part of this organiza-
"This is the best percentage
year I have had as a kicker."
This was his best year, but
he started out slow as did the
"(Lawrence struggled) just
as our team did," said
Coughlin. "The fact that
Lawrence missed a kick or an
extra point or something of that
nature, that is just where our
team was at that time, trying to
find itself, trying to play togeth-
er, trying to become one, and
we certainly struggled at that.
"A lot of players that came
to me (Saturday night) talked
about, 'we believed, but
nobody else did,' and they are
referring to the 0-2 start.
New York is the fourth
team to start 0-2 to reach the
Super Bowl since the merger in
The other three teams are
the 1993 Cowboys and the
1996 and 2001 Patriots.
Dallas and the 2001
Patriots won their trips to the
Super Bowl.
Tynes really made an
impression on his former high
school football coach Mike
"I am just tickled to see a
product from Milton being cen-
ter stage," said McMillion who
watched the game with some of
his coaches. "I am proud to see
his dilligence and persiostence
pay off.
"He has paid his dues."

Stonebrook Golf Club
Stonebrook Ladies
Golf Association

T's and F's
Jan. 15, 2008

First Flight Net: 1.
Kateri Baker, 2. Linda
Reddish, 3. Liz Giles.
Second Flight Net: 1.
Janet Miller, 2. Joyce
Parazine, 3. Vickie
ChipOins: Shirley Lintz
(No. 2) and Pauline
Scruggs (No. 4)

,Twilighters Winter
Avalon Bowling Center
Jan. 10, 2008

High Game Men: Pierre
Habecker- 278
High Game Women: Sam
Howell 224
High Game Team: Damn
10 Pin 831
High Series Men: Chung
Rigby- 727
High Series Women:
Betty Hamm 520
High Series Team: Damn
10 Pin 2268

First Half Final
Standings: 1. The Last
Team 47-17, 2. U_BangE
39-25, 3. We Wuz
Robbed 38-26, 4. Damn
10 Pin 36-28, 5. Spit Fire
36-28, 6. E-N-V-Y 35-29,
7. Trouble Again 34.5-
29.5, 8. Family Affair 34-
30, 9. Incredibles 34-30,
10. M and J's 33.5-30.5,
11. We Try Hard 33-31,
12. Happy Four 33-31,
13. Two and Two 32-32,
14. Jane's Crew 30-30,
15. The Dream Team
29.5-34.5, 16. Strike
Froce 29-35, 17. Sliders
29-35, 18. Cabbies 28-
36, 19. Family Matters
27.5-36.5, 21 The
Striking Four 27-37, 22.
The Blue Jays 26.5-37.5,
23. The Big Quarters 25-
39, 24. Yee Haw 24-40.

Opps Saturday Youtth
Oops Alley
Jan. 12, 2008

There was only one score
reported for this league.
Andrew Blackman
bowled a 329 series with
games of 92, 92, and

Monday Night Mixed
Oops Alley
Jan. 14, 2008

High Game Men: Carlos
Dungcan 238
High Game Women: Sam
Howell 204
High Game Team:
D.I.L.L.I.G.A.S 814
High Series Men: Tom
Smith- 602
High Series Women: Sam
Howell 579
High Series Team: It
Doesn't Matter 2279

Overall League
Standings: 1.We Wuz
Robbed 4-0, 2. Pin Action
3-1, 3. Fantastic Four 3-1,
4. D.I.L.L.I.G.A.S. 3-1, 5.
Dang's Crew 3-1, 6.
Strike Force 3-1, 7. It
Doesn't Matter 2-2, 8.
Three Gents and Queen
2-2, 9. Damn 10 Pin 2-2,
10. Strike Froce 11 2-2,
11. Super Friends 2-2, 12.
Fun Bunch 2-2, 13.
Incredibles 2-2, 14. New
Recruits 2-2, 15. Split
Happens 1-3, 16. Three
and One 1-3, 17. M and
J's 1-3, 18. Dave's Gang
1-3, 19. The Wabbly Balls
1-3, 20. The Broken Balls

Tuesday Night Inner

Church League
Oops Alley
Jan. 15, 2008

High Game Men: Jim
Westergard 236
High Game Women:
Brenda Gilley 194
High Game Team: The
Strike Force 727
High Series Men: Freddie
Almedia 611
High Series Women:
Brenda Gilley 516
High Series Team: The
Strike Force 2043

Overall League
Standings: 1. The Strike
Force 47-21, 2. Just One
Drop 40-28, 3.
Unpredictables 38-30, 4.
The Extremists 37-31, 5.
Optimists 37-31, 6.
Mattinators 33-35, 7.
Lucky Strikes 32.5-35.5,
8. The Strike Team 28.5-
39.5, 9. F.O.G. 26-42, 10.
Under The Influence 21-

Alley Cats
Oops Alley
Jan. 16, 2008

High Scratch Game:
Brenda Gilley 213
High Scratch Series:
Brenda Gilley 539
High Scratch Team:
Back Alley Cats 479
High Handicap Game:
Sharon Wolfe 257
High Handicapped
Series: Sharon Wolfe -


Back Alley Cats -

Overall League
Standings: 1. Three Peas
in A Pod 43.5-28.5, 2.
Back Alley Cats 39.5-
32.5, 3. Almost Shoulda
Been 36-36, 4. Darlings
of the Morning 35-37, 5.
Three Stooges 34-38, 6.
Honey Bears 28-44.

League Notes of
Interest: Ellen Hitchcock
earned a 140 emblem for
her 141 game while car-
rying an average of 100;
Sharon Wolfe earned a
200 embem for her game
of 203 and a 500 sereies
with a 522; and Brenda
Gilley earned a 200
Emblem for her game of

Twilighters Winter
Avalon Bowling Center
Jan. 17, 2008

High Game Men: Dave
Harwick 278
High Game Women:
Ruby Grimes 220
High Game Team: We
Try Hard 822
High Series Men: Dave
Harwick 684
High Series Women: Pat
Booth 586
High Series Team: The
Dream Team 2280

Overall League
Standings: 1. Two and
Two 4-0, 2. M and J's 4-0,
3. Yee Haw 4-0, 4.
U_Bang_E 3-1, 5. Strike
Force 3-1, 6. We Wuz
Robbed 3-1, 7. Blue Jays
3-1, 8. Split Happens 3-1,
9. Jane's Crew 3-1, 10.
Cabbies 3-1, 11. Happy
Four 2-2, 12. The Dream
Team 2-2, 13. The
Striking Four 2-2, 14.
Family Affair 2-02, 15.
We Try Hard 1-3, 16.
Family Matters 1-3, 17. E-
N-V-Y 1-3, 18. Spit Fire 1-
3, 19. Trouble Again 1-3,
20. The Big Quarters 1-3,
21. Incredibles 1-3, 22.
Damn 10 Pin 0-4, 23. The
Last Team 0-4, 24. Sliders

Santa Rosa's Press Gazette

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Wednesday-January 23, 2008 Santa osa s rress G

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Dr. Martin Luther

SKing, Jr's celebration

Patrick Floyd joined in son as he watched the Dr. Martin Luther
King Jr., holiday parade pass Milton High School on Stewart
Street Monday.

The music and parade were just a small part of Milton's three day celebration to honor the fallen
civil rights leader on his birthday.

Churches, civic leaders, schools, civic organizations and much more were a part of this year's cele-
bration which included a Habitat for Humanity House dedication, a breakfast, and so much more.
This was the first year the parade was held on Stewart Street.

Press Gazette photos by
Ryan Arvay adn Bill Gamblin

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Master's Men to sing Sunday
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The Master's Men Quartet will be in concert Sunday, January 27, at 6 p.m. at Immanuel Baptist
Church. The church is across from Winn Dixie in Pace. A love offering will be received! Come

worship and be blessed with us at this wonderful Gospel Concert.

Stephanie in Concert
Stephanie Leavins will
be in concert at the First
Assembly of God of
Pensacola Sunday, January
27 at 6 p.m. The church is
located. at 4301 Bayou
Boulevard, Pensacola.
Everyone is welcome and
encouraged to attend this spe-
cial service. For more infor-
mation, call 433-3100 or 626-'

Matthew A. Tingley has
joined the United- States
Army under the Delayed
Entry Program. The program
gives young men and women
the opportunity to delay
entering active duty for up to
one year.
The enlistment gives the
,."ow 'soldier- their option to.
learn a new skill; travel and
abecorne eligible to receive as
rnuch as $50,000 toward a
college education. After
completion of basic military
training, soldiers receive
advanced individual training
in their career job specialty
prior to being assigned to
their first permanent duty
Tingley, a 2007 graduate
of Santa Rosa County Adult
High School, Milton, FL,

reported to Fort Benning,
Columbus, GA, for basic
training in November, 2007.
He is the son of Tony and
Laura Tingley of Crosswinds
Drive, Milton.

Horn joins military
Kevin S. Horn has joined
the United States Army under
the Delayed Entry Program.
The program gives young
men and women the
opportunity to delay entering
active duty for up to one year.
The enlistment gives the
new soldier the option to
learn a new skill, travel and
become eligible to receive as
much as $50,000 toward a
college education.. After
completion of basic military
training, soldiers receive
advanced individual training
in their career job specialty

prior to being assigned to
their first permanent duty
The recruit qualifies for a
$40,000 enlistment bonus.
Horn, a 2007 graduate of
Navarre High School, FL,.
will report to Fort Sill,
Lawton, Okla., for basic
training this month.
He is the son of Kevin
and Cheri Horn of Helmock
Drive, Navarre.

Swafford enlists
Brenda D. Swafford has
joined the United States
Army under the Delayed
Entry Program. The program
gives young men and women
the opportunity to delay
entering active duty for up to
one year.
The enlistment gives the
new soldier the option to

learn a new skill, travel and
become eligible to receive as
much as $50,000 toward a
college education. After
completion of basic military
training, soldiers receive
advanced individual training
in their career job specialty
prior to being assigned to
their first permanent duty
Swafford reported to
Fort Jackson, Columbia, SC,
for basic training in the fall of
2007. She is the daughter of
Carol and Somchit Johnson
of Deer Lane, Navarre, FL.

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New director,
St. Ann
Barbara McGlynn has
been named the Parish
Administrator of St. Ann
Catholic Church as of
January 21. Kathy Beavers
is the new Administrative
Susie Spencer, Parish
Administrator of St. Ann
Catholic parish since 1986,
resigned for family reasons.
McGlynn has career
experience in human
resources, finance and edu-
cation. She has worked for
The Discovery channel and
public school systems
before moving to Gulf
Breeze. She started volun-
teering at St. Ann in late
2007, and soon became
Administration Assistant.
"I thought I was
retired," she said smiling. "I
thought I moved here to
walk on the beach!" But she
soon found herself involved
in parish life, and now part
of the parish staff.
St. Ann Catholic
Church, Gulf Breeze, and
Our Lady of the
Assumption Mission,
Pensacola Beach, together
are a parish of over 2,700
persons serving the commu-
nity in body, mind and spir-
it. Information, bulletins
and newsletters are avail-
able on the web at

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Wednesday January 23, 2008



Ask the Preacher

...a weekly column answering your ques-
tions with Biblical answers about life.

Dear Pastor Gallups, "What does it mean to be 'SLAIN
IN THE SPIRIT?' The people at my mother's church talk
about this all the time..." D.L. Pace
Dear D.L., The term "slain in the Spirit," is a relatively
new term in the Christian culture, finding its invention in the
United States. Neither the term, the words, nor the concept
are found in a contextual interpretation of Scripture.
"Slain in the spirit" is usually defined as being so filled
or overwhelmed with the presence of the Holy Spirit of God
which is instantly manifest in you that you would "fall out"
or loose your ability to control your normal facilities. This
phenomenon usually occurs in a worship service setting and
is usually accompanied by several people experiencing the
same thing. It is practiced most profusely by the more
"charismatic" denominations. The implication is that one
who is "slain in the spirit" is one who is "particularly
blessed" or is "spiritually mature" or very "closely connect-
ed" to the Holy Spirit.
Whenever I have asked someone who believes in or
practices the phenomenon of "being slain in the Spirit" to
give me a Biblical example of this practice, the following
passages are usually mentioned;
1-When Paul and his entourage were on the Damascus
Road and Jesus appeared to them and they "fell out" on the
2-When Jesus spoke to the guards and officers in the
garden of Gethsemane and identified himself, they fell back-
wards on the ground.
The problem in both of these cases is the same. Paul, his
entourage, the guards and officers were ALL trying to arrest,
kill or attack Christians! They certainly were not "blessed"
or "close" to Jesus. In both cases this "falling out" was a
kind of "punishment" or acknowledgment that they were sin-
ners in the presence of an angry and Holy God! There was
no act of worship involved.
Being "slain in the Spirit" simply is a cultural, religious,
phenomenon with NO BIBLICAL GROUNDING. It is not
scriptural, nor is it honoring to the Lord or His Holy Spirit.
Rather, every biblical instance of a "filling of the Holy
Spirit" results in a greater control of one's facilities accom-
panied by boldness, wisdom, and the ability to clearly share
the Gospel of Jesus Christ.
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 infor-
mation about HHBC, call 623-8959 or 626-8951, fax:623-0197. If you have any questions for Ask The
Preacher, send it to: Ask The Preacher, Hickory Hammock Baptist Church, 8351 Hickory Hammock
Road, Milton, Florida 32583-paid advertisement

Attention Churches
This is just a reminder that all copy & photos to
be published on the Kornerstone page must be
turned in no later than the previous Friday at 5
p.m. for publication on Wednesday. We want to
publish your information, but remember, it is first
come, first serve. You may submit it by fax (623-
2007), email ( or bring the
copy by the office at 6629 Elva Street,
behind Regions Bank.
Holiday deadlines are earlier, please call 623-
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Sat the clerk's office.
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-'Rachel N. Pittman,

-TO: Rachel N. Pittman
-5088 Frank Pittman Road,
,Munson, FL 32583
,YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an ac-
tion has been filed against you
and that you are required to
serve a copy of your written de-
fenses, if any, to it on Bobby
"Gene Mabire III on or before
'February 18, 2008, and file the
-original with the clerk of this
'Court at 6865 Carline Street,
Milton, FL 32570, before serv-
ice on Petitioner or immediately
thereafter. If you fail to do
so, a default may be en-
utered against you for the
'relief demanded in the pe-
Copies of all court docu-
ments in this case, in-
cluding orders, are availa-
ble at the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court's office. You
may review these docu-
ments upon request.
You must keep the Clerk
of the Circuit Court's office
notified of your current
address. (You may file
Notice of Current Address,
Florida Supreme Court Ap-
proved Family Law Form
12.915.) Future papers is
this lawsuit will e mailed

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Lisa Cannon

TO: Lisa Cannon
244 Park Rd, Parkwood Apts.
Rome, GA 30165
action has been filed against
you and that you are required
fo serve a copy of your written
defenses, if any, to it on Billy P.
Scott Sr., whose address is
1372 Harvard Dr. Gulf Breeze,
FL 32563 on or before Febru-
arv 18 2008 and file the origi-
nal with the clerk of this Court at
6865 Caroline Street, Milton,
FL, 32570, before service on
Petitioner or immediately
thereafter. If you fail to do
so, a default may be en-
relief demanded in the pe-
Copies of all court docu-
ments in this case, in-
cluding orders are availa-
ble at the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court's office. You
may review these docu-
ments upon request.
You must keep the Clerk
of the Circuit Court's office
notified of your current
address. (You may file
Notice of Current Address,
Florida Supreme Court Ap-
proved Family Law Form
12.915.) Future papers in
this lawsuit will be mailed
to the address on record
at the clerk's office.
WARNING: Rule 12.285,
Florida Family Law Rules
of Procedure, requires cer-
tain automatic disclosure
of documents and infor-
mation. Failure to comply
can result in sanctions, in-
cluding dismissal or strik-
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Dated: January 11, 2008.

CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT Division ties, at Jeff Altes Road, Milton.
By: Carmen Emery IN RE: ESTATE OF Interested persons may com-
Deputy Clerk IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF Iment upon these applicalions or
THE FIRST JUDICIAL CIR- NEVA GLYNN GOMILLION submit a written request or a
011608 CUIT, IN AND FOR SANTA Deceased. staff report containing proposed
012308 ROSA COUNTY, FLORIDA a ency action re aring the ac-
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Kevin R. Vibert, of Neva Glynn Gomillion, de- Hospital Dr,, Crestview, FL.
Petitioner ceased, whose date of death Such comments or requests must
was April 29, 2006, is pending be received by 5:00 p.m'
and in the Circuit Court tor Santa within 14 days from date of
Rosa County, Florida, Probate publication.
Unknown Father, Division the address of which is
Respondent. Post Office Box 472 Milton, No further public notice will be
Florida 32572-0472. The provided regarding these appii-
ACTION FOR names and n addresses of thecations. Persons wishing to re-
personal representative and the main advised of further pro-
personal representative's attor- eengs or to resive a copy of
TO: UNKNOWN FATHER o y are set torth below. the Tec'nical Start Report
(Respondent's last known ad- All creditors of the decedent shoul request that in writing to
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San urnri 32570, before service on eti- dent and their persons havin 012308
i ner or immediately )thereafter, claims or demands against 012308
IN RE: FORFEITURE OF A if nyo fail J to e s6, a de- decedent's estate must fl their 1/72 ,
1987 .CHEVROLET CELEB- fault may be entered claims with this court WITHIN 3
RITY gainst yu for the relief MONTHS AFTER THE DATE OF
AW51 625930No. emand in the petition. THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF Legal 1/73,
1G1AW51R5H6259307) THIS NOTICE.
Copies of all court docu- ALL CLAIMS NOT FILED LEGAL NOTICE
cluding orders are gvaila- SET FORTH IN SECTION Notice is hereby gqven that the
TO: ANY AND ALL PERSONS ble at the Clerk te Cir- 733 702 OF THE FLORIDA Canvassin, Boa'rd for the Janu-
WHO CLAIM AN INTEREST IN cult Courts ffice. You PROBATE CODE WILL BE FOR- ary 29, a08, Presidential Pre-
THE FOLLOWING PERSONAL may review these docu- EVER BARRED. erence Primary Election wil
PROPERTY: ments upon request. NOTWITHSTANDING THE meet on Januory 23 2008, at
TIME PERIODS SEPT FORTH 8:30 a.m., in the Santa Rosa
A 1987 CHEVROLET CELEB- You must kee the Clerk ABOVE ANY CLAIM FILED county supervisor of Elections'
RITY, of the Circut Court's office "rWO l5 YEARS OR MORE AF Office located at 6495 Caro-
VIN: 1G1AW51R5H6259307 notified of yourtcurrnt TERTH DECEDENTS DAT line Street Milton. Pursuant to
Address. tYou may file OF DEATH IS BARRED P.S. 101 u 10.1 public is
NOTICE is uiven pursuant to Notice of Current Address, The date of first publication of ion of the ballots is scheduled
Sections 932.703 and Florida Supreme Court Ap- this notice is January 23, 2008. to take place from 8:00a.m
932.704, Florida Statutes proved Family Law Form Attorney for PersonaFRepresent- through B:30 a.m. The board
2006) that the Department of 12.915.) Future papers in ative: will reconvene as necessary.
Hihway Safety and Motor Ve. this lawsuit will be mailed Kathleen K. DeMaria
hicles lDeparimenI acting to the address on record Attorney for Personal Represent- Ann W. Bodenstein
through its division, the Florida at the clerk's office. aive Supervisor of Elections
Highway Patrol, seized the Florida Bar No. 503789 Santa Rosa County, Florida
above-described motor vehicle WARNING: Rule 12.285, Smith Sauer & DeMaria
on October 4, 2007, in Santa Florida Family Low Rules Post 6ffice Box 12446 012308
Rosa County, Florida, and is of Procedure, requires cer- Pensacola, FL 32591-2446 012308
holding the vehicle pending lhe tain automatic disclosure Telephone: (8501434-2761 173
outcome of forfeiture proceed- of documents and infer- Fax: (850)1 438-8860
ings. A complaint for forfeiture motion. Failure to comply
oathe vehicle to the Department can result in sanctions, in- Personal Representative:
was filed in the Circuit Court of eluding dismissal or strik- Jeffrey T Sauer
the First Judicial Circuit, in and ing of pleadings. Post Office Box 12446 1110
for Santa Rosa County, and Pensacola, Florida 32502 cBo1
service was effected on fhe re- Dated: January 16, 2008 nsacola, Florida 32502
istered owner on December 19, 012308 Publisher's
2007. Hereafter, the Depart- CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT 013008 Notice
ment will be taking the steps CIRCUIT COURT SEAL 1/70 Freedom Communica-
necessary to compleTe the forfei- By: Carmen Emery tions Inc. (dba Santa
ture action and effect all right Deputy Clerk re G t n
and title to the vehicle in the ne- Rosa s Press Gazette and
apartment. Any persons or enti- 012308 the Santa Rosa Free
ies who believe they have a le- 013008 Legal 1/72 Press) reserves the right
gal interest in the vehicle would 020608 to censor, reclasith re-
need to appear in the forfeiture 021308 Notice of Receipt of to censor, reclassif, re-
action prior to its conclusion. 1/69 Stormwater Application vise, edit or reect an
A.-RMc~i uua v iiise iiied l ito r ejet im

Dated: January 14, 2008.
Respectfully submitted,
Attorney General
Senior Assistant Attorney Gen-
Florida Bar No. 0802190
Office of the Attorney General
The Capitol-PL 01
Tallahassee FL 32399-1050
1850) 414-3300
Attorney for the Seizing Agency

Legal 1/70
File No. 57-2008-CP-6

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Pediatric office seeks a caring per-
son with excellent communication
skills. Job includes obtaing medical
history, vital signs and administer-
ing vaccines. Full Time
position. Experience preferred.
Please fax resume to:
Or mail to:
5962 Berryhill Rd.
Milton, FL 32570

Simply Shelia's is now
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dressers for a very busy salon.
Apply in person at
5438 Dogwood Dr. in
Dogwood Plaza

Immediate Openings!
Granny NANNIES home care agency
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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/
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3300 Miscellaneous
3310 Musical Instruments
3320 Plants & Shrubs/
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3350 Tickets (Buy & Sell)

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Large Pine entertain-
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White Kitchen hutch
$100 Sony TV $400.

Moving Must Sell!
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at Pea Ridge Flea Mar-
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only 9am-3pm. Always
buys old guitars, banjos,
mandolins & Ukes. Any
condition. 384-1661

f4 Milton
Moving Sale
6005 Sycle Ave. Every-
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ii Piano, Motor Home,
cW tools, furnishin s Com-
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^ Moving Sale
ii Jan. 26th, 8am-?
5666 Twin Creek Circle
01 in Pace. Couches, Lazy-
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{S" dishes, desks, outdoor
furniture, futon, decoritive
Sites, weights, electron-
Sics and much more. No
Early birds please.
l i

Farm Raised Beef-
No hormones, by the
uarter, half or whole.
$1.69 lb han ing
weight. 261-0369

Divorce 149, Wills '30
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FREE Typing, Call for
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(1blk.N. of Flea Market)

St. Aiugustine.
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We Deliver

Electric Wheelchair,
new battery, very
reasonable price. Free
walkers with sale.
MED-LIFT Quality reclin-
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with battery back up.
Was $1,300, asking
$750. Call 626-4060

2 LG Cell Phone

1 each Home and Car
chargers for older model
LG cell phone. $20 for
both. 362-8868, FWB
"Rock Bottom PricesI"
25x30 Now $4100.
25x40 $5400. 30x4O
$6400. 35x50 $8790.
35x70 $11,990. 40x80
$14,900. Others. MAN-
since 1980...
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Train for high paying
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Care Wash an out-
standing member of the
Better Business Bureau is
seeking persons whom
are 25yrs or older with
a clean, valid driver's li-
cense and proof of insur-
ance. Call Christy
Also hiring auto detailers.
Contact Mac or Charlie.
Colonial Life seeks an en-
trepreneurial professional
with sloes management
experience to become a
District Manager. A
Life/Health license is re-
quired. This opportunity
brings with it substantial
earning potential. Please
meredith.brewer@ or call

Dental Assistant
needed immediately for
busy practice in Milton.
Experience preferred
Please call 623-0379 for
more information.
Driver: DON'T JUST
pany Sponsored CDL
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Earn $800-$3200
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Hard working
cleaning person needed
long term for growing
cleaning business. Must
have reTiqble
transportation from job' to
oall 994-1785 .
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Granny IANNES home
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Job includes obtaining
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more. Flexible hours.
Training provided. No
selling required. FREE de-
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Milton First United Methodist Church
has an immediate opening for a,
Part-Time Youth Director.

Candidates should have a strong back-
ground in youth leadership as well as at
least two years of college. Appropriate
youth experience may be substituted for
educational requirement.
Fax resumes to 850-626-2422 or ?
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Milton Office Space

Milton Warehouse
Space Available, Huge
Building can
App. 600 sq t for $250
App. 900 sq ft for $375
App 1400 sq ft for $575
App 1700 sq ft for $775
App 2000 sq ft for 900
App 3000 sq ft for
Warehouse space:
1000,2150, &3600s.
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and ramp also. We will
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$397/Mol 4BR/3BA
HUD Home! 5% down
20 years @ 8% apr
More Homes Available
from $199/Mo! For list-
inys call (800)366-9783
Ex 5669.
Avalon Blvd.
2/1 $299 to move in
lus deposit. No dogs.
Wash er room,gs.
d/w. 712-9968
Downtown Milton
2BR/1BA Apt. $650.
Call Janet Coulter Realty
$299 MOVE IN
plus deposit. 1-BR/1-BA
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no dogs. Water paid.
Laundry room, pool,
walking distance to
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$299 MOVE IN
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no dogs. Water paid.
Laundry room, pool,
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Emerald Sands
$299 MOVE IN
plus deposit.
Cyanamid Rd.
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included. No dogs.
$299 MOVE IN
plus deposit. Efficiency
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to stores, restuarants, etc.
Laundryroom, in ground I
swimming pool. Emerald
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$399 MOVE IN
plus deposit. 1/BR fur-
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paid & water. New
carpet/tile.No dogs.
Laundryroom poo, walk-
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Emerald Sands
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tral heat & air. Wash-
er/Dryer hook-ups.
Large apartment for I
rent, $750.00. 2 bed- c
S room 1 /2 Bath. All utili- s
ties paid (electric, water,
trash, cable).
850-623-6287 or
418-1816 .
Milton r
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2 Home 7867 North Milton
2/ Home 7867 3/BR2/BAPace
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*4/3 $825* Co 73iet
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/1 He 4 eri $800/mth $500/dep.
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ton. 3br, 2ba, large lot, fenced yard. eally nice.
fireplace tile, ouble $900/mth $900/dep.
garage, $950/800 698-8337
220 SQFT
3BR/2BA Foreclosure!
$32, 100! Only I 6170
$238/Mol 5% down 20 l
years @ 8% apr. Buy, 3 br, 2 ba MH on 1
4/BR $421 /Mo! For list- acre near Holt $700
ingst800)366-9783 Ext. mo+dep. & ref. Section 8
5 accepted 850-499-7412
___________ 850-537-6222
Available now:
Clean, newly painted Ba.gdad
1600sqft home. Country 2/BR 1/BA water &
setting in the city. CH&A garbage furnished. No
washer/dryer hook-up. pets. 623-6055
Rent $775 $500 de-
posit. Call: Milton
850-981-9695 2/1 Clean, remodeled.
$395/mth plus deposit.
East Milton 994-8865
2/BR 2/BA quiet Coun-
try Home, large proches. Milton
No pets. $756/mth 2/BR 1/BA water &
$500/deposit. garbage included. No
981-9078 or 910-0156 pets. $425/mth
HUD HOMESI 4BR/3BA 675-6614
Foreclosure! $199/mo! Milton
Stop Rentingi 5% dw, 20 3/2 Doublewide mobile
yrs @ 8% apr For Listings home, 4218 Stonewood
L800J366-9783 Ext Court. $650/rent
5853. $300/dep. Total Electric,
-----no pets, private lot.
Bay Crest Realty
NEW riJAY 9947918
Milton Quiet Clean Park
3 R/ R .DA Rent includes water, gar-
BR* 1. BA D, bage and lawn service.
Milton Off Berryhiill Rd. No Pets
Great location $800mo 2/1 for'$475/mth,
A500/deposit. Call 255.7772

L -06000.
3/2 1350 sq ft. privacy
fence, tile floors fire
Dlace nd nice back
:eck. $900/mth
$600/dep. 255-2590
3/2 1860 LA, Berryhill
distric. V2 acre fenced,
formal L/D room,
Greatroom, Large
kitchen. Available now.
925/mth $925/dep.
20cc, pets on approval,
non-smoking home. Janet
Coulter Really
3/BR 2/BA New
appliances & heat pump.
CH&A Great location.
Fenced yard. $850/mth
3/BR Clean & quiet;
arge kitchen, laundry,
den, livingroom, lots of
storage & closets, car-
ort. $750/mth
3BR/IBA, den, laundry
oom & fenced backyard.
6452 Gaynell Rd. (ld
Skyline .Available Feb.
sf $650/mth
$650/dep. 438-1660
6416 Misty Lake Dr.
3BR/2BA-AlI electric se-
:luded in town location.
'NO PETS. References
and lease re-
guired.$800+$600 Sec.
ep. After 4pm call
Weekends only call
Like New
3/BR 2/BA, double car
rarape, fenced yard.
vail ble now.
Military clause honored.
1800/deposit. Call
850-501-0273 or

Several Mobile Mobile
Homes 2/BR totally reno-
vated. Ranin in price
$300/mthto $450/mth
$20Q/deposit. No pets.
Smoke free 2/BR
1/BA large lot. Need 3
references & deposit.
North Milton
2/2 quiet & clean.
CH/A cathedral ceilings,
fire place, covered
porch, nice home. 3 per-
sons max. $475/mth in-
cludes water, garbage &
sewer. $475/deposit.


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1[ 6170
3-Bedroom, 1 bath
$500/mth plus security
Pea Ridqe Area
2/1 Mobile Home in
park, water & garbage
furnished. $45U/rent
$250/dep. Total Electric,
no pets. Bay Crest Realty
West Milton
2/2 Mobile Home on
private lot. 5072 Ridge-
way Blvd. Total Electric.
$525/rent $300/dep.
Bay Crest Realty
West Milton
3/BR 2/BA on private
lot. Total electric, no ets.
5112 Ridgeway Blvd.
$625/mtR $300/dep.
Bay Crest Realty

7100 Homes
7110 Beach Home/
7120 Commercial
7130 Condo/Townhouse
7140 Farms & Ranches
7150 Lots and Acreage
7160 Mobile Homes
7170 Waterfront
7180 Investment
7190 Out-of-Town
Real Estate
7200 Timeshare

3/2 1739 sq ft. Living
2-car garage.
3BR/2BA Foreclosurel
$25,0001 Only
$199/Mol 5% down 20
years @ 8% apr. Buy,
4/BR $397/Mol For list-
in 6(800)366-9783 Ext
5 60.
Homes from $10,0001
1-3 bedroom available
Repos, REOs, HUD, FHA,
etc. These homes must
sell. For listings call
(800 425-1620 Ext

It is predicated that the average rent
will go up this year by 20/%
We wiff help to keep your monthly
mortage payments under 1600.0
This includes your insurance and taxes,
This doublewide 3/2 with nice deck sits
on a great lot. Fully remodeled 1400 sq/ft
New carpet appliances paint
septic- heat and air.
Appraised @ '83,000 Priced @ '69,900
Buy now and lock In a low mortgage
payment. All you need is fair credit, on the
job for a year. Now Is the best time buy.

1 100 sq.f.0o2,9 s0t

25 Different Floor Plans
to Choose From
$64,100 to $144,100
* ONLY *
$2,000 Cash Back
at Closina

1 1 =.CL 1SED

7190 | 8110 8140 8220
Greenville, SC Own a $500 POLICE IM Che Astro Van Looking for
POUNDS Cars from 1990 Che Astro Van Looking for
Beautiful, New 3BD/2BA $500iTax Repos US Asking $1350.00 obo Dead 2000 Yamaha
Home for only 5% down Marshall and IRS' sales Runs great. A .ood work GP800 waverunner (or
& Owner Wif Finance. Cars, Trucks, SUV's, van. 910-0406 compatable year) to rob
Monthly pTots. FromHon s, ________or buy parts off. Please
(888579-0275 Ch.ev's, more! For list- call 864-5745. Leave
x28(888)579-02754ns all (800)425-1730 3 message if no answer.

KENTUCKY FARM LAND 1994 Ford Crown Victo- 8170
75 Acres+/-Approx. 35 rio, Runs perfect.
acres of open land, big $2450.00 360f Doda VR mntnr 8240


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1 7100
2/BR 2/BA CHA,
remodeled. Excellent lo-
cation. 5405 Alabama
Street. $58,000 firm.
Oak Meadows new
construction. 1745 Sq. ft.
2-car garage, 3/2. All
kitchen appliances in-
cluded, tile & carpet.
Large lot. $179,000.

Beautiful and well main-
tained all brick home in
the heart of Navarre.-
Just minutes to the base
and the beaches.~ This
home offers 1582 sqft
with 3BR and 2BA and
2 car garage.- You
will find a very open
split floor plan with a
magnificent kitchen fea-
turing beautiful appli-
ances (including refrig-
erator) and tons of
counter and cabinet
space including a cen-
ter island.~ There is
also a very large back-
yard that is fully
fenced.- You will not
want to miss out on the
opportunity to see or
own this lovely home.~
Offered at only
$194,900. MLS
#481226.- Call today
to see for yourself.-
Jodi Van Wagner/
Coldwell Banker United

Electrical Contracting
Business. For Sale by
owner, turn key opera-
tion. Building, property
and all inventory includ-
ing vehicles.More than
35 years of established
business. Owner retiring.

7I .7150
Avalon Beach
4 lots on Canopy St.
Owner finance, 140ft x
200ft. 626-9910
North Allentown
10 acres, all cleared,
paved road, landscaped
home site site, 4" Deep well,
dug pond, fenced,
ame-lush pasture.

creek, paved road city
water. Located in Owsley
County. $150,000-
Owner will consider fi-
nancing. (828)361-1051

acres $44,900 w/deep
dockable water. Huge
winter savings on gor-
aeous wooded acreage.
Boat directly to Gulf of
Mexico! Must see! Excel-
lent financing. Call about
"No Closing Costs" spe-
cial (800)564-5092, x

SITES FROM $59,900
VILLE, NC Enjoy sweep-
ino mountain vistas, a
mffe of Riverfront, walk-
ing/fitness trails, and
more. Amenities include
gated entrance, lodge &
riverside BBQ. Excellent
financing available Call
for more info or to sched-
ule tour. (877)890-5253
com. Offer void where
prohibited by law.

NC Mountains 2 acres
with great view, very pri-
vate, big trees, waterfalls
& large public lake
nearby, $69500. Call
now (866)789-8535

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Police Impounds for Sale!
93 Honda Civic $6001
94 Toyota Corolla $800!
For listings call
(800 366-9813 Ext







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1992 Jeep Wrangler 4
cylinder, good condition.
$4000. 512-5445

1996 Chevy Silverado
V-6, standard shift. Runs
good and looks good.
Call: 957-0813 or
1999 Chevy Silverado
LS 1500 X-Cab, V-8.
103K, one owner, main-
tence records. Excellent
Condition. $8000.00

very well when taken out 7.5 Mercury outboard,
of vehicle. $500 firm. electric start motor; long
675-6421 shaft excellent condition
$556. 512-5445
Green Camper Top with
light for full size pickup
bed. Excellent condition.
$350. 994-7008 8330
2006 Gulf Stream Cava-
lier 32 ft. No holding
B. tanks. $6000 Call:
1983 Fast Tracker Boat
35 hp Merc engine. Fully | 8340 |-
loaded, excellent I -I
condition. $2300 1985 33' Holiday
512-5545 Rambler, gas engine &
generator, sleeps 6 to 7,
refrigerator, microwave,
3 rooFa/c & heat. Inside
renovated, new carpet &
I 8220 Excellent mechanical
condition. This motor
2001 Polaris Voyager home is owned by The
TX Jet Ski Master's Men Quartet.
35 hours, like new, Asking $7,900.00 obo
trailer, 2 Polaris life vests. For more information
Intertube with rope. Only please call Eddie Smith
$3900. 850-686-2694 850-232-7809



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