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Law makes pom bust

Special to the Press Gazette
Attorney General Bill
McColluin announced the
arrest Monday of a Santa
Rosa County man on charges
of child pornography posses-
Kenneth William
Force's possession of multi-
ple images of child pornog-
raphy was discovered
through an investigation ini-

tiated by the Lake County
Sheriff's Office and contin-
ued by the Attorney
General's CyberCrime Unit.
Force was arrested
Monday night by law
enforcement officers with
the CyberCrime Unit and the
Santa Rosa County Sheriff's
"This case illustrates
how CyberCrime clearly

knows no geographical
boundaries and how impor-
tant statewide cooperation is
in our fight against child
pornographers," said
Attorney General
Investigators with the
Lake County Sheriff's
Office determined Force, 46,
possessed images of child
pornography when he sent

them to
an under-
co ver
during a
series of
c h a t s
t h r e
m o n t h s.


The case was referred to the
CyberCrime Unit when it
was determined Force lived
in Santa Rosa County.
"The Santa Rosa County
Sheriffs Office and the
Florida Attorney General's
Office should be commend-
ed for their swift actions in
this case.
This is a good example
of interagency cooperation

at its finest and we are thank-
ful that because of such,
Force is out of the communi-
ty and in custody were he
belongs," said Lake County
Sheriff Gary Borders.
A search warrant was
executed at Force's Navarre
residence by the
CyberCrime Unit and the
Santa Rosa County Sheriff's
See PORN Page 5A


Sunday is the deadline
to vote! Would you sup-
port a temporary one-cent
sales tax to fund the eon-
struction of a new county

Sheriff's Office has ruled the
judicial facility?
Ls ogu orin to
to vote. Pollse an betfound
along the right hand side
of the he. homepage.
Currently voters are in


Gulf Breeze death
ruled a suicide
The Santa Rosa County
Sheriffs Office has ruled the
death of Qu f Breeze hresi-
dent, Charles Scott Boylan, a
suicide. According to
Sheriffs Office investigators
and the Florida Medical
Examiner, Boylan died of a
self-inflicted gun shot wound
to the chest. The Sheriff's
Office reports all interviews,
evidence, and circumstances
support that there was no
foul play involved in
Boylan's death.

Milton historic
site needs repairs
County Commissioners
discussed options Monday for
the repair of the historic
Fisher & Hamilton building in
downtown Milton. County
staff presented three options
including: temporary roof
repairs, a new roof and interi-
or renovations, or tearing the
building down. County
Administrator, Hunter
Walker, says there is sufficient
insurance funds available to at
least bring the building up to
its pre-storm condition. After
Commissioner Gordon
Goodin raised concerns about
spending money on a building
with uncertain long-term
county use, and
Commissioner Cole's
impending absence Thursday,
the issue was postponed until
the next committee meeting in
two weeks. It is unknown
whether the building's current
structural problems stem from
past hurricanes alone or were
exacerbated when an adjacent
building was torn down last

Honoring our greatest


One hundred World War II veterans will board a charter plane bound for the National World
War II memorial in our nation's capitol on April 30. The Emerald Coast Honor Flight will allow
veterans, including those from Santa Rosa County, a free, one day visit to reflect at the memo-
rial. (pictured from left to right: Wilburn Christian, Cyrus Blackman, Howland Ellis, Harvey
Prather, and Homer Little.)
Press Gazette photo by Ryan Arvay

On their honor...

rYrvay@srpressgazette. com
On April 30 the inaugu-
ral Emerald Coast Honor
Flight will take 100 of our
local World War II veterans
for a one-day free visit to the
National World War II
Memorial in Washington,
The Press Gazette
recently spoke with five
Santa Rosa County veterans
who will be making that trip,
and asked them to share their
feelings about their memori-
al, the war, and what many

have termed '"the Greatest
"A lot of us are getting
up in age and this will prob-
ably be the only chance
some of us will have to go
and view the memorial,"
says Wilburn Christian.
It is reported WWII vet-
erans are dying nationally at
a rate of more than 1,200 a
day. Most of the 16 million.
Americans who served in the
war never had the opportuni-
ty to see the memorial-
which opened in 2004-
before they died.

Cole pushes ne

rarvay@srpressgazette. com
Despite the County
Commissioners' recent
resolve to indefinitely post-
pone any discussions regard-
ing a new county judicial'
facility, the topic found itself
once again before the Board
"We need to continue to
move forward with the judi-
cial center," prompted
Commissioner Bob Cole.
"The feeling of a lot of peo-
ple I've spoken with is: why
are we waiting?"

the -land
in East
offered as
a dona-
tion, and
then turn
the con-
of the Cole
new facil-
ity into an economic stimu-
lus package by utilizing con-
tractors, suppliers, laborers,

"I know I'm going to be
a little bit emotional but I
still want to see it," says
Cyrus Blackman, who
fought in the Battle of the
Bulge in 1944, cited as the
biggest battle of the war with
57,000 casualties alone.
"I still have nightmares
of that particular battle,"
says Blackman, who was
'only later in life diagnosed
with Post Traumatic Stress
Disorder. "It took 60 some
odd years for me to start
treating it."
See FLIGHT Page 4A

w plan
and craftsman exclusively
from Santa Rosa County, or
as much as possible.
"We shoot $20 to $30
million dollars right into the
economy of our own county
and stand back and watch the
trickle down effect," he says.
"I want everything pos-
sible for this project [to
come] from Santa Rosa
County-that would stimu-
late an economy right now
rather than wait on the feder-
al or state government to do
something like this. We can
See COLE Page 5A

Strong rains Saturday caused the dam at Locklin Lake to fail,
resulting in road closures, flooding, and the closure of this
bridge on Conecuh Street, which may have sustained damage
from swift water and debris.
Press Gazette photo by Ryan Arvay

Dam breaks after

Saturday's rainfall

rar\ l
As of press time Ttesday
the bridge on Conecuh Street
in Milton remains closed
after torrential rains caused
the dam up stream at Locklin
Lake to fail Saturday morn-
Officials with the
Department of
Transportation will be
assessing, potential damage
to the bridge, which may
have been caused by swift
moving water and debris.
The dam at Locklin Lake
was already under construc-
tion prior to Saturday's

breach as part of a project to
replace the existing dam,
which had been cited by
project engineers as unsafe.
The temporary earthen
berm built to stop the water
during construction gave
way under the stress of the
storm which dropped as
much as five inches of rain
in some areas of the county.
There were no injuries,
but city officials reported
several road closures and
two homes that were dam-
aged as a result of rising
flood waters.
"I don't think anyone
See RAIN Page 5A

Schools are feeling

the budget pinch

jsenter@sipressgazette. com
State wide budget
restraints have made it nec-
essary for Santa Rosa
County Schools to find cre-
ative ways to save money.
School Board members met
on Monday to discuss the
elimination of Reading
Recovery and its replace-
ment, the Early Literacy
Intervention program.
Changing the student trans-
portation model to a three
tier plan was also on the
"In times of milk and
honey, Reading Recovery
programs like 'Behind the
Glass' are great to have, but
in times like these, times of
budget cuts, [Early Literacy

Intervention] will be per-
fect," says School Board
Superintendant John
Dianne Coleman says,
"This program is great
because it will benefit more
students [than Reading
Recovery] and not just the
struggling readers. It is also
going to focus on more
grade levels."
Reading Recovery tar-
geted first graders. The new
program will not only target
lower proficiency readers in
K-third grades, but will also
allow accelerated and gifted
students to receive level
appropriate reading instruc-
"We want to build apa


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Jessica Retherford's 20-year
reign as 'Little Miss Pace' will
come to an end this Saturday.
Retherford, who is now a
teacher at Pace High School, won
the last Little Miss Pace Pageant
held at Pea Ridge Elementary in
1989 by sorority Sigma Beta Phi.
Jessica Retherford, a technology
teacher at Pace High School, will
see her 20-year reign end as Little
Miss Pace with the first pageant in
over 20 years.
Press Gazette photo
by Bill Gamblin

's 20-year

"It has been a long time,"
recalled Retherford, who was
also crowned Miss Santa Rosa
County in 2001. "I don't remem-
ber a whole lot from back then
except when I was crowned."
This year's Little Miss Pace
Pageant will be held at S.S.
Dixon Internediate School in
Pace at 6:30 p.m. this Saturday.
Around 60 girls will partici-
pate in this year's pageant with
contestants divided into four
groups based on grade level:
Tiny Miss Pace (kindergartners
and first graders), Little Miss
Pace (second and third graders),

reign ends

Miss Pace Elementary (fourth
and fifth graders), and Miss
Junior Pace (sixth, seventh and
eighth graders).
Admission to Saturday's pro-
gram is $3 for adults and $2 for
The purpose of the program
is to help raise funds for the Paice
Project Graduation, which is an.,
annual drug and alcohol-free
graduation party.
"1 am excited about being a
part of this and I hope they keep
the pageant going," said
Retherford. "When I graduated

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Brackins, Claudia
1914 2008
The mother of Fritz

Gale Brackins expired in his
arms at their home on the
same property where she
was born in the Springhill
Community on September
4, 1914. She was a member
of the Springhill Assembly
of, God Church.
In her youth she won
several beauty contests, She
also won awards in dancing
with her husband, the late
political Abram Brackins.
Her Xson was her only heir,
constant caregiver and com-
Her service was con-
ducted with similarities as
that of her baby sister,

Helen Kennedy. lHer inter-
ment was beside darling
Helen Kennedy in the Brake
family Cemetery on March
The elegant service was
opened freely to the public
with private invitations for
selected family members
only. A special thanks to
Kent C. Baker, Director of
Jay Funeral Home. "My
mother will always be
remembered by me as
Hollywood Royalty."

Ellis, Linda Sue
1948 2008

Linda Sue Ellis, age 59,
of Milton, passed away on
Friday, April 4, 2008.
She was born November
14, 1948 in Louisville, KY.
She was preceded in death
by her husband, Cliff Ellis,
and her mother, Bonnie
She passed on to
Heaven to meet her loved
ones who had passed on
before her.
She is survived here by
her three sons-Jimmie,
Jason and Erik Dominici;
and one daughter-Erica
Hutchinson; two sisters-
Shirley Campbell and

Sheila Morris; one broth-i
er-James Gentry; and
seven grandchildren.
She was a caregiver andl
sitter for the elderly and she:
loved helping others with)
their needs.
A memorial service was;
held Monday, April 7, 2008,4
at Bethel Baptist Church,:
Milton and will be laid to
rest by her family.
Linda (Granny) will be;
truly missed and her memo-i
ry will be cherished always.i
Let the family know youl
care. Sign the guest book
under news/obituaries at'

Sunday, 9:30 a.m.
1 was glad to see the
Santa Rosa County Sheriff's
Office so hard at work
Saturday night, but to fly by
me at a high rate of speed
with no lights or siren?
I wonder how big of a
safety issue that is?
I am sure you are highly
trained individuals, but at
night it is hard to see you if
we are getting ready to make
a lane change and you are
zooming up on us with no

Saturday, 9:41 p.m.
Yes, this is Lynn. I was
just thinking about the Santa
Rosa County Fair. There
would be a much larger per-
centage of people attending
if the price was not so unrea-
sonable. $7.00 at the gate is
just ridiculous, then $4.00
for the children, by the time
you pay for the rides, the
food and that exorbitant
entrance fee- most families
can't afford to take their chil-
dren to the fair. Isn't that
what this is for- the fami-
lies? Think about it. They'd
get more participation if they
charged much less at the

Sunday, 2:54 p.m.
What about the cop on
TV from Santa Rosa who
said that although the child
had a serious illness, the abil-
ity to get enough food should
have nothing to do with that
illness. Is he ignorant?
(On-line comment
regarding mother accused of
neglecting her four-year-old
son known to have a terminal

Saturday, 1:19 p.m.
Yes, about this young
mother with the four year-
old little boy with the health
problem-it is very sad that
no one pays attention to him.
She is probably all by herself
with no support. I'd just like
to ask: where are the doc-
tors? There's never a doctor
around, just nurse practition-
ers all the time. Every time I
take my grandchildren to the
doctors there's never a doc-
tor there. So, where are
these doctors? Thank you.
This is Marie.

Friday, 11:28 p.m.
Would it be fair to won-
der if the Santa Rosa County
Sheriff's Office and the
Florida ICF might have
missed the mark on this one?
And should the Sheriff's
Office take a look at the
opinion and spokesperson?
(On-line comment
regarding the same case as
previously mentioned)
You may Speak Out
any time, day or night. Just
call our Speak Out line at
623-5887 and leave your


At their February meet-
ing, the Pace-Pea Ridge
HCE Club (Homemakers)
crowned Yvonne DeLoach
their 2008 Valentine
Queen. DeLoach received a
corsage, a sash, a bouquet,
and a gift of chocolates. A
party followed the crown-
ing as well as numerous
games of Bingo. DeLoach
has been a faithful member
of the HCE Club for many
years and spends countless
hours at her knitting
machine making caps and
bootees for premature
babies. She is a delightful
Valentine Queen and a very s


special lady.

lending experience and know-how to serve
our customers from our Milton office.

WAYNE BRISKE is United Bank's Florida
Market President and is credited with over
20 years of commercial and consumer
lending in the Panhandle area.


Continued From Page One
from Pace we went to
Waterville and it was a great
"Project Graduation was
some of the best memories I
had because pretty much all
of my friends were there and
we rode the roller coaster
almost all night long."
But what impresses
Retherford the most about
this pageant is how its direc-
tor, Shelly Price, is keeping
it simple by discouraging the
use of excessive makeup,
"flippers" (fake teeth fit-
tings), hair extensions, and
beauty pageant accessories.
"It might have been
competitive, but the most I
remember were the fluffy
dresses when I was in the
pageant," said Retherford.
"It was all natural.
"I think I might have had
a tooth or two missing when
I was crowned Little Miss
Contestants in this pag-
eant will be rated on poise,
eye contact, natural beauty,
and dress.
One thing that
Retherford stressed is what
the pageant can offer the par-
"I think this pageant can

Jessica Retherford looks at some photos in her father Danny's'
office that show her after begin crowned Miss Santa Rosa'

help the girls build self con-
fidence and allow them to
spend time with their
friends," said Retherford. "It
is also a lot of fun getting
dressed up."
Retherford feels in some
ways it is about time to end
her reign as Little Miss Pace,
so her father Danny can have

a little rest.
"I know he is proud of
me, but he still tells people,
that I am Little Miss Pace or
Miss Santa Rosa County,'
said Retherford. "I think it
will be good to pass on the
"It has been great funr
while it lasted."

Distinguished surgeon to speakat PJC

Dr. Thomas Schneider
addresses "Ethics:
Medicine vs. Wellness"
April 17 at Pensacola
Junior College.
Presented by PJC's
"Bioethics: Science and
Human Values" project,
the free public event is
5:30 to 7 p.m. in Building
3700. room 3729, on the
Warrington campus. A
question-and-answer ses-
sion follows.
Schneider received his
MD degree from
Georgetown University

School of Medicine in
1977 and retired as a cap-
tain from the U.S. Navy in
1989 after 26 years of
active duty. He served as a
naval aviator for 10 years;
a naval physician and sur-
geon for 16 years: and as
physician to the Blue
Angles flight demonstra-
tion team.
He served as the direc-
tor of surgery, chief of the
medical staff, and as com-
manding officer at Naval
Hospital, Pensacola. He
served on the Bioethics

Committee at Sacred
Heart Hospital and as
chairman of the
Investigative Research'
Board at Baptist Hospital.;
Currently Schneider is
director of the Headache
and Cranio Facial Pain
Division of Gulf Coast
Pain Specialists. He alsd
hosts a local television
medical show and actively'
participates nationally as a
guest speaker.
For more information,
call 484-2348 or 484-


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Sheriff's Report

77T Srant Rosa Countl)
Sheriffs Report fro,,m arch
7. to March 17, 2008
Baker, Michael David;
Male: 40; 5046 Mary St.,
Milton; Aggravated Battery-
Cause Bodily Harm or
Disability (2 cts.), Robbery
with Weapon (2 cts.). 3/8/08
Bradshaw. Jr.. Charles
Edward; Male; 34; 851 6th
Ave, Alabaster, AL;
Probation Violation-Felony.
Craig. Beverly Ann;
Female; 34; 145 Juniper
Drive, Freeport, FL;
Probation Violation-Felony.
Erickson, Joseph
Robert; Male; 19; 3892
Legend Creek Drive, Pace;
Burgl Unoccupied
Conveyance Unarmed (2
cts.), Larc-Petit 1st Degree
Property $100 to Under $300
(2 cts.). 3/7/08
FElmer, Perry Russell;
Male; 29; 1857 Atwood Dr.
Pensacola; Probation
Violation-Felony. 3/7/08
Hopkins. Anthony
Harold; Male; 27; 4521
Arcadia St., Milton;
Amphetamine-Traffic or
Methamphetamine 14 Grams
or Over, Narcotic Equip-
Possess And or Use, Narcotic
Equip Possess Manufacture
Deliver, Drugs-Possess
Listed Chemical Wit
Manufacture Cntrl
Substance. 3/7/08
Pyle, Patrick Martin;
Male; 45; 3785 Avalon Blvd,
Milton; Crim Misch-Damage
Property. NDG
Slay, Bryan Dennis;
Male; 27;' 6484 Appaloosa
Ave, Milton; Aggrav Battery-
Offender Knew Should Have
Known Victim Pregnant
(domestic violence), Damage
Prop-Crim Misch $200 and
Under, Marijuana Possess
Not More Than 20 Grams,
Narcotic Equip-Possess And
Or Use. 3/8/08
Wiggins. Jr., Jimmy
Robert; Male; 29; 2655
Perdue Road, McDavid;
Failure to Appear for Felony
Offense, Probation
Violation-Felony. 3/8/08
Wilbanks, Brian
Edward; Male; 21; 6436
Robie Rd, Milton; Aggrav
Knew/Should Have Known
Vict pregnant, (domestic vio-
lence). 3/7/08
Cantrell, David
Quentin; Male; 44; 7727
Ramona Dr, Navarre; DUI.
Henderson, Carolyn
Auston; Female; 43; 46
Bellwood St, Santa Rosa
Beach; DUI. 3/8/08
Lewis, Cason NMN;
Male; 52; 5598 Hearn St,
Milton; DUI. 3/8/08
Williams, Clifton
Brooks; Male; 31; 4697
Geiger Rd, Milton; DUI.
Schneider, Mark Alan;
4331 Dianne Ct., Gulf
Breeze; Larc-Theft is $300
or More But Less Than
$5,000. 3/8/08
Andis, Robert Allen;
Male; 12; 5869 Capitol Dr.,
Gulf Breeze; Larc-Theft is
$300 or More But Less Than
$5,000. 3/7/08
Cause, Authar Lee;
Male; 45; 6703 Jackson Ln,
Milton; Drive While Lic
Susp Habitual Offender.
Eiore, Cynthia Penny;
Female; 42; 1562 Avalon
Blvd., Milton; Larc-Theft is
$300 or More But Less Than
$5,000. 3/8/08
Hardin, David Mark;
Male; 36; 9596 Nichols Lake

Rd, Milton; Larc-Grand
Theft $10,000 or More Less
Than $20,000. 3/7/08
Lewis, Maria Jauvonne;
Female; 33; 3295 Newton
Drive, Pensacola; Larc-Theft
is $300 or More But Less
Than $5,000 (2 cts.), Larc-
Petit 1st Off, Fraud-Illeg Use
Credit Cards-Use More 2
Times 6 Mos Obt Gds
Money $100 or More. 3/8/08
Musgrove, Amy
Holbert; Female; 33; 4951
Winding Way, Milton;
Conservation Animals Cause
Cruel Death Pain and
Suffering, Conservation
W/O Food Water Exercise (2
cts.). 3/8/08
Musgrove. I. Randall
Aubrey; Male; 28; 3311 Pine
Level Church Rd, Jay;
Conservation Animals Cause
Cruel Death ,Pain and
Suffering, Conservation
W/O Food Water Exercise (2
cts.). 3/7/08
Randall, Alan Eugene;
Male; 32; 4021 Adams Rd,
Pace; Out of State Fugitive
From Justice. 3/10/08
Joyner, Jr.. Jerry
Douglas; Male; 27; 5463
Hamilton Bridge Rd, Milton;
Larc-Theft is $300 or More
But Less Than $5,000,
Dealing in Stolen Property.
Qualls, Jonathan Scott;
Male; 19; 4513 Plam Drive,
Milton; Probation Violation-
Felony. 3/10/08
Sripromma. Debra
Florence; Female; 25; 4245
Frasier Ln, Pace; DUI.
Kaelbli Nicholas Jacob;
Male; 18; 7964 Skyview
Blvd, Navarre; DUI. 3/12/08
Woodard, Michael
Eugene; Male; 48; 13686
State Hwy. 20 West,
Niceville; DUI. 3/12/08
Nichols, Tabitha
Annalisa; Female; 22; 604 N
31st Ave, Hattiesburg, MS.
Drive While Lic Susp 3rd or
Subseq Offense. 3/12/08
Cahoon. Frank Hillie;
Male; 23; 9747 Redland Rd,
Milton; Aggrav Asslt
W/Deadly Weapon W/O
Intent to Kill. 3/13/08
Nabors, Ryan Seth;
Male; 16; 6441 Renee Circle,
Milton; Burgl of Unoccupied
Conveyance Unarmed, Larc-
Theft is $3300 or More But
Less Than $5,000. 3/13/08
Hall, Jr., Robert
William; Male; 42; 9013
Timber Ln, Navarre; Synth
Narcotic-Sell Schedule I or
II. 3/13/08
Heck, Jr., David Marlin;
Male; 32; 4941 Forest Creek
Dr, Pace; Drive While Lic
Susp 3rd or Subseq Offense.
Hopkins. Sharon Ann;
Female; 33; 4521 Arcadia St,
Milton; Neglect Child
Without Great Harm,
Amphetamine-Traffic or
Methamphetamine 14 Grams
or Over, Narcotic Equip-
Possess Manufacture
Deliver, Drugs-Possess
Listed Chemical Wit
Manufacture Cntrl Subs.
Roberts. Gregory
Edward; Male; 44; 5636
Cyanamid Rd, Larc-Theft is
$300 Or More But Less Than
$5,000, Veh Theft Grand 3rd
Degree. 3/13/08
Cervone, Philip Joseph;
Male; 52; 3120 Newton
Drive, Pensacola; Drugs-
Traffic 4 Grams Less 30 KG
Other Cntrl Subst (2 cts.),
Synth Narcotic Sell Schedule
I or II. 3/11/08
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Female; 29; 1812 Kell Rd,
Gulf Breeze; Out of State
Fugitive From Justice.
Pierce, Cody Michael;
Male; 18; 3926 Reinhardt
Village Rd, Milton; Burgl
Unoccupied Conveyance
Unarmed, Larc-Theft is $300
or More But Less Than
$5,000. 3/11/08
Thomas, Stephen
Douglas; Male; 49; 15 N
77th Avenue, Pensacola;
Probation Violation-Felony.
Dillota, Rodney David;
Male; 16; 6687 Britt St,
Navarre; Drugs-Possess
Cntrl Sub W/O Prescription,
Dangerous Drugs-Distrib
Dispense Sched Cntrl Subs
1st Viol. 3/11/08
Baldwin, John Alfred;
Male; 32; 5627 Sunray St,
Milton; Possess of Weapon
or Ammo by Convicted Fla.
Felon. 3/12/08
Gregg, Joshua Ryan;
Male; 28; 1205 Applewood
Way, Dandridge, TN; Larc-
Theft is $300 or More But
Less Than $5,000, Damage
Prop-Crim Misch Over $200
Under $1,000, Burgl
Unoccupied Conveyance
Unarmed, Veh Theft Grand
3rd Degree., Larc Petit 1st
Degree Property $100 to
Under $300, Dealing in
Stolen Property. 3/12/08
Pandlolph, Branden
Michael; Male; 23; 8666 San
Pablo PL, Navarre; DUI.
Spencer, Jonathan
Howe; Male; 30; 4383
Garcon Point Rd, Milton;
DUI. 3/13/08
Davis. Marcello
Bernard; Male; 29; 6504
Skyline -Drive, Milton;
Probation Violation-Felony.
Eh~y, Joseph William;
Male; 23; 5211 Yancy Dr.,
Pace; Probation Violation-
Felony. 3/14/08
Edwards. Homer
Hygiene; Male; 55; 5005
Powell Rd, Camilla, GA;
Drugs-Traffic-4 Grams less
30 KG Other Cntrl Subst (2
cts.). 3/14/08
Fritschle. Deborah Joy;
Female; 27; 6044
Kingswood Dr, Milton; Hit
& Run Leave Scene of Crash
Involve Damage to Prop,
DUI Alcohol or Drugs 2nd
Offense, Refuse to Submit to
DUI Test, Violate
Restrictions Placed on
Drivers License, Cruelty
Toward Child Abuse Without
Great Harm. 3/15/08
Gulley, David Thomas;
Male; 55; Homeless;
Probation Violation-Felony.
McQueen Jr., Michael
NMN; Male; 34; 4506 Elm
Tree Dr., Milton; Probation
Violation-Felony. 3/14/08
Norris, Stephen Craig;
Male; 37; 3570 Dewey Rose
Ln, Cantonment; Larc-Theft
is $300 or More But Less
Than $5,000. 3/14/08
Stevens, Joshua Lee;
Male; 26; 5748 Grove St.,
Coral, MI; Probation
Violation-Felony. 3/16/08
Vandever, Jimmy Ray;
Male; 21; 6400 Waylon
Drive, Milton; Hit & Run
Fail To Stop Remain at Crash
Involve Injury, Drive While
Lice Susp 1st Offense.
Washburn, Christian
Dale; Male; 37; 95 Herschel
Mitchell Rd, Pickayune, MS.

Probation Violation-Felony.
Williams, Donald Buck;
Male; 49; 2797 Fox Pond Tr,
Pace; Synth Narcotic Sell
Schedule I or 11 (2 cts.).
Yoakum, Brandi
Sudduth; Female; 29; 4011
Raven St., Milton; Larc-
Theft is $300 or More But
Less Than $5,000, Dealing in
Stolen Property (7, cts.).
Ard III, Billy Wayne;
Male; 14; 4655 Cyril Drive,
Pace; Burgl of Unoccupied
Conveyance Unarmed.
Buchinsky, Jason
Chase; Male; 19; 7110
Eastgate Rd, Milton; Possess
Cocaine, Marijuana Possess
Not More Than 20 Grams.
Drennen, Dalton Lee;
Male; 15; 5128 Mulat Rd,
Milton; Burglary
Unoccupied Conveyance
Unarmed (2 cts.), Larc-Petit
1st Degree Property $100 to
Under $300, (2 cts.). 3/15/08
Jordan, Charlene NMN;
Female; 49; 4335 Oak Ln,
Milton; Battery on Officer
Firefighter EMT Etc., Resist
Officer with Violence.
Laposta, Richard Allen;
Male; 15; 3330 Hudson Bend
Road, Milton; Burgl
Unoccupied Conveyance
Unarmed (2 cts.). 3/15/08
Lewis, Lois Lynn;
Female; 42; 6478 Sunny
Acres Ct, Milton; Larc-Theft
is $300 or More But Less
Than $5,000. 3/15/08
Overcash, Jeffery Scott;
Male; 49; 3278 Cypress Ln,
Gulf Breeze; Drugs-Possess
Cntrl Sub W/O Prescription,
Marijuana-Possess Not More
Than 20 Grams, Narcotic
Equip-Possess And Or Use.
Owens, Kyndale Rene;
Female; 38; 4611 Seabrook
Ln. Wilmer, AL; Failure to
Appear for Felony Offense.
Wilson. Kennier Tarick;
Male; 26; 5504 Hill St,
Milton; Drive While License
Susp 3rd or Subseq Offense.
Yates. Gabriel Keenan;
Male; 15; 4360 Marilyn Ct,
Gulf Breeze; Robbery With
Firearm, Intimidation-Wear
Mask or Device to Conceal
Identity. 3/14/08
Johnson. Jacqueline
Jeanette; Female; 41; 2580
Cypress Point Circle,
Navarre; Probation
Violation-Felony. NDG
Fritschle, Deborah Joy;
Female; 8044 Kingswood
Dr, Milton; DUI Alcohol or
Drugs 2nd Offense, Refuse
to Submit to DUI Test.
Brown, Amy Renee;
Female; 25; 6806 Branding
Iron Lane, Milton; DUI.
Dlabal, Matthew
Thomas; Male; 20; 4042 E.
Olive Road, Pensacola; DUI.
Lee, Jared Allen; Male;
26; 5712 Berry St., Milton;
DUI. 3/15/08
Ortega, Anthony James;
Male; 24; 11 Brandywine
Rd, Pensacola; DUI. 3/15/08
White, Delores Lee;
Female; 49; 7426
Reformation Rd, Milton;
DUI. 3/14/08
Buckhalter, Julia Ann;
Female; 26; 809 Royce St,

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Violation-Felony. 3/17/08
Simmons, Jonathan
Lynn; Male; 29; 3785
Carabela Ln, Pace; DUI
Alcohol or Drugs 3rd
Violation Within 10 Years,
Refuse to Submit to DUI
Test, Drive While Lic Susp
3rd or Subseq Offense,
Resist Officer Obstruct W/O
Violence. 3/17/08
Wright, Lawrence
Edward; Male; 44; 204
Barker St, Pensacola; Pass
Counterfeited Prescrintion as

True 1st Off, Drugs Possess
Cntrl Sub W/O Prescription.
Matthews, Krystal
Amber; Female; 23; 1853
Edgewood Dr. Navarre;
Fraud Imperson-Attempt to
Use ID of Another Person
W/O Consent. 3/17/08
Santiesteban, Manuel;
Male; 42; 2462 Wattle Tree
Road East, Jacksonville, FL;
DUI. 3/17/08
Wales, Willie Herman;
Male; 51; 8544 Honeybee
Ln. Milton: DUI. 3/16/08

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T'he thing 1 see no\ are
purple hands sticking out of
the snow. There were dead
people everywhere, you
couldn't believe it. I never
talked about it. I tried to for-
get it, but you ne\er forget
Each of the veterans we
spoke with had similar sto-
ries of survival and courage.
Christian was on the
USS Bunker Hill when it
was bombed by two planes,
which then crashed into the
ship. Christian recalls how
he faced flames and .smoke
which raged towards him as
he stood down wind. He
went over the side of the ship
into the water.
Harvey Prather was
assigned to the Bunker Hill,
only missing the bombing
by two days. Had Prather
been on.the ship he says he
would have most likely
been with all the other
pilots in the ready room,
where the bombs are said to
have struck.
Prather tells of flying a
Navy photographer over
Hiroshima a week after the
bomb had been dropped on
the city.- "1 never saw any-
thing that would make you
any sicker than that did. I
flew up the valley and
everything was dead, noth-
ing alive at all," he recalls.
It is hard to reflect on
the war without thinking of
the sacrifice of those
400,000 who never made it
home, those who have been
immortalized in the granite
monument these veterans
will soon stand before.
Reflecting on those he
served with Homer Little
says, "A flying crew gets

Five of the Santa Rosa County World War II veterans scheduled for the Emerald Coast Honor Flight are reflected in the black granite of the Santa Rosa County
Veterans' Memorial. The flight leaves for the National World War II Memorial in Washington D.C. on April 30.
Press Gazette photo by Ryan Arvay

very bonded together. We
ate together, slept together,
we flew together.
Everything we did, we did
it as a crew. Your life
depends on that man doing
his job and his life depends
on me doing my job. We all
have to work as a team or
we don't survive."
"We were real close,
like a big family," says
Christian. Blackman con-
curs, "My gun crew was
just as close as brothers."
When asked why they
believe theirs is called the
Greatest Generation, all

responses indicate a sense
of duty-typified by men
like Howland Elis, who
enlisted after he learned
Pearl Harbor had been
"I volunteered on my
18th birthday and I felt like
it was duty, and I still feel
like it was my duty," says
Top priority for the
flight was given to the sen-
ior veterans WW 11 sur-
vivors along with those
other veterans that may be
terminally ill.
According to Emerald

Coast Honor Flight, the
average life expectancy for
an American male is 74.4
years. The youngest WWII
veteran is now nearly 80
years old. In another 5 to
10 years almost all WWII
veterans may be gone.
The Honor Flight
Network was started in
2005 by a former Air Force
doctor in Springfield, Ohio.
Since then, more than
5.000 WWII veterans have
been flown to the memorial
from across the U.S.
The Emerald Coast
Honor Flight is being spear

headed by Congressman
Jeff Miller, who initiated
the local effort in the
Additional flights are in
the works with at least 45
Santa Rosa WWII veterans
on a waiting list for the pro-
gram says Jody Butler a
fight coordinator. To trans-
port each veteran will cost
$350, which includes air-
fare and a medical staff.
"If you want to do
something for the WWII
veterans here's the opportu-
nity. Donate to the cause,"
says Blackman.

Emerald Coast Honor
Flight is working with the
Marine Corps League J.R.
Spears detachment 066, a
non-profit organization, to
honor America's veterans.
To donate, mail contri-
butions to Emerald Coast
Honor Flight, P.O. Box 86,
Pensacola, FL 32591-0086.
Make checks payable to
Marine Corps League
ECHF. All donations are
tax deductible. For more
information, visit
Joshua Wilks con-

When Dawn Bybee, RN, an Emergency Room nurse at Santa Rosa
Medical Center, headed out on a family vacation, little did she
know that just up the road in Alabama, their trip would
take an unexpected turn.

A car up ahead was involved in a serious accident and
emergency personnel were not yet on the scene. Dawn
quickly responded and began triaging the injured, She
took charge of the situation until paramedics arrived.

If you have a nurse you'll always remember, please write to Aleta Hoodless,
Santa Rosa Medical Center, 6002 Berryhill Road, Milton, Florida 32570 or
call 626.5113.

I Then, due the severity of the wounds, she stayed
with the injured driver and passenger as they were
transported to the nearest hospital.

I Dawn made a difference that day just as she does
everyday at Santa Rosa Medical Center, and a
nurse that this couple, the emergency personnel, and
bystanders that day will always remember.



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Wednesday-April 9, 2008

a tnaS Rosa's Press Ga n


Wednesdav-Auril 9. 2008

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Santa Rosa's Press Gazette



C(ontinitcd From Page One
intervention model for Santa
Rosa that meets with our cur-
riculum and budget needs,"
said Tim Wyrosdick,
Assistant Superintendent for
Instruction. "I think we have
developed a plan that will
continue to move our reading
scores up and onward."
Wyrosdick says the tran-
sition to a new model of read-
ing instruction is necessary.
"There is a reduction in
Title I funding, an unstable
funding cycle, an increase in
restrictions on how we can
use Title I funds, and the lack
of ability to supplement with
local dollars," Wyrosdick
"Next year we are antici-
pating 1.6 to 2 percent less
money per student and we
are looking at a minimum of
a million dollar loss in rev-
enue for next year," says

"This year we had 4.4
million dollars in cuts and
we are going to experience
additional cuts on top of that
next year," says Assistant
Superintendent for Finance,
Doug Dillon. He says legis-
lators are anticipating 1.1 to
1.9 million dollars in addi-
tional budget cuts for the
next year.
Eleven Title I schools
will each have an Academic
Intervention Specialist
(AIS), some of these will be
hired from the existing pool
of Reading Recovery teach-
ers. In addition, each school
will establish a unique plan
designed by principals and
academic staff.
Non Title I schools will
not have an AIS, but they
will still receive additional
training for K-3 teachers in
order to be able to implement


, Continued From Page One
stand on our own two feet."
Cole says he was not
looking for the Board to take
any action on his proposal
today, but rather offered it
for consideration. Reactions
were not favorable, he says.
Cole also spoke about
the courthouse issue at the
Milton City Council meeting
Monday while there to dis-
cuss alternative routes to
four-laning Highway 90.
The traffic congestion
through downtown Milton
caused by the Blackwater
Bridge has been one of the,
reasons Cole's fellow
Commissioners have said
they would not be in favor of
building the judicial facility
in East Milton as he has pro-
In other courthouse
news: a motion was passed
during that same City
Council meeting by
Councilman Grady Hester
to draft a letter to the
County Commissioners rec-
ommending the location of
the old Piggly Wiggly as the
city's preferred location for

a new judicial facility.
I feel like that would
be a great location because
you have access from
Highway 90 and Dogwood
Drive. You have a lot of
parking there, and there are
businesses and restaurants in
close proximity," Hester
"The city's favorite spot
has always been the old
courthouse area," says
Councilman Buddy Jordan.
"When it became evident it
wasn't going to be there we
asked that the courthouse
remain in the city limits. If
neither of those, we prefer
somewhere close to the city
limits, or somewhere we
could annex at a later time."
Jordan considers poten-
tial areas of annexation-
the East Milton site, or to
the west on Avalon Blvd. or
near Pensacola Junior
College's Milton Campus.
As far as keeping the
courthouse within the city
limits Mayor Guy
Thompson responds, "I
think it's important. We are
the county seat and it does

some of the Early
Intervention educational
A round table discussion
for principals is scheduled
for Thursday. Ideas and
methods of implementing the
new 'intervention program
will be the topic.
Regarding the proposed
transportation changes,
"Three tier [transportation] is
a strong possibility for next
year, as well as consolidated
stops," says Rogers.
"In the eyes of the pub-
lic, there is not a better
change that we can make to
help our budget situation
without affecting academics
than this transportation
change," said board member
Ed Gray. "We need to imple-
ment this now."
"Would you rather cut
bus routes, or teachers?" asks

FTE Transportation's
Joey Harrell says, "I feel
confident that these numbers
[savings] will work."
Harrell says going to a
three tier transportation
model will offer Santa Rosa
County Schools a savings of
over $1.15 million on regular
bus routes, $561,000 on
additional routes, and $1.2
million on personnel costs.
"These savings do not cover
the fuel cost savings," he
The proposed change to
a three tier system will
include consolidating routes,
reducing one-two mile radius
courtesy transportation,
decreasing staff, and separat-
ing stops by a minimum of
400 feet.
"1,211 unfunded riders
will be affected if we end
courtesy transportation for a
one mile radius and 3,000

riders will be affected if we
extend that reduction for a
two mile radius," says
Harrell, "The majority of
these students are elementary
Regarding the proposed
consolidation of bus pick ups
Harrell says, "Buses current-
ly make 4,739 stops for
Santa Rosa middle and high
school students. If we only
pick up children once every
400 feet, we will save 1,081
"This [three tier] will
have a huge impact on con-
tract price and it will change
bell schedules," says Harrell.
Harrell says,
"Eliminating courtesy pick
ups in a one mile radius will
result in a potential savings
of over $104,000 and for the
two mile radius proposal, the
savings would exceed


Continued From Page One
Office. Tvo computers were
seized, along with 12 disks.
Law enforcement officers
discovered at least 10 images
of child pornography, many
of children appearing to be no
more than 10 years of age.
Force's computers will under-
go additional forensic analy-
sis to locate any possible
additional images.
"Investigators with our
Sheriffs Office continuously
pursue online predators and
those who exploit children.
We are always willing to
assist other agencies in appre-
hending these criminals,
especially when they live
here in Santa Rosa County,"
said Santa Rosa County
Sheriff Wendell Hall.
Force will be charged

help us. It is an economic
Reflecting on the
Piggly-Wiggly location
Thompson says, "I think it's
a fantastic location. You're
on 89, which can take you to
Jay. It's a central location
that can take you all over the

with 10 counts of possession
of child pornography, but
additional .charges could be
added at a later date. Due to
the nature and number of
images discovered, Force will
be charged under the
CyberCrimes Against
Children Act of 2007, legisla-
tion which gives Florida
some of the strongest laws in
the nation against child
pornography and which was
championed by Attorney
General McCollum.
If convicted of all counts,
Force faces up to 150 years in
The CyberCrime Unit's
mission is to protect children
from computer-facilitated
sexual exploitation. The unit
does this by working cooper-
atively on a statewide basis

county. I think what you'll
find though, is it will be
costly. [The county] would
probably need the whole
shopping center, and the
landowner probably won't
be willing to sell for any-
thing reasonable," he specu-

with law enforcement agen-
cies and prosecutors to pro-
vide resources and expertise,
while preventing the spread
of theses crimes through edu-
cation and community aware-

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expected that much rain. I
know I didn't. It looked like
a rushing river," says Betty
Baker, chairman of the
Locklin Lake Restoration
Project Inc., a non-profit
organization consisting of
46 homeowners from
around the lake.
Though the tempo-
rary dam was built to speci-
fications, it couldn't handle
that much water so quickly,
reports City Manager,
Donna Adams.
Project engineers met
Monday with the
Department of
Environmental Protection
(who issued the city their
permit) and the Northwest

Florida Water Management
District to discuss the clam's
failure, which deposited silt
and other debris into the
Blackwater River.
Crews also spent
Monday at the site cleaning
and re-establishing all the
siltation fences and erosion
barriers, reports City Public
Works, Director, Brian
Admas says she is wait-
ing for the engineers to
make their suggestions as to
how to best get the project
back on track.
This is not the first set
back the Locklin Lake
Project has experienced. In
February remains of the his-
toric Jernigan sawmill were

uncovered and damaged
during construction. Work at
the site halted during the
investigation by the DEP
and subsequent archaeologi-
cal study, which was near
completion during last
weekend's storm.
The sawmill was built in
1830 and played a signifi-
cant role in the founding of
Milton, referred to on early
maps simply as "Mill
Town," after Jernigan's mill.
The dam restoration
project is being funded by
an $800,000 legislative
appropriations grant applied
for by the city and adminis-
tered by Baskerville-
Donovan, the project engi-

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What is the

real beef here?

A group of children were playing a game the
other day and were arguing a call.
One child said, "here is the line and there is
where your foot landed."
Quickly, the argument was over and the game
Wouldn't it be nice if things were this simple
These children took what could have been a huge
argument and pared it down to a simple black and
white discussion. Available
As if the issue hasn't been beaten to death, we'll
risk talking about it one more time.
The courthouse started with a group making a
proposal to the county. A suggestion.
Then in ran group number two.
Now we have five or six different proposals and
we are told there is no money.
Commissioner Bob Cole suggested a short-term,
one-cent tax to fund the program. He suggested col-
lecting that tax for approximately four years and not A rea cc
building "Taj Mahal."
Commissioner Tom Stewart says he is against
any tax. Editor's Note: The
any tax^ Markes and her four-3ear
Commissioner Don Salter says he will not sup- arkes and herfour-near
garnered national attent
port any tax item that doesn't focus on roads. are some area opinions.
Didn't we impose impact fees on developers to ment on any story posted
pay for roads?
Will any new tax pass? Cooper April 5, 20(
hat is har to sa Just because she poste
That is hard to say. a help forum doesn't mean
In listening to people concerning recent referen- somehow DIDN'T miss de
dums placed on the ballot by the county commission- ments.
ers, voters say they felt the Count wanted to build a I am sick of all the
Taj Mahal or were not asking for a "limited tax," but mother had a huge cross t(
Lord doesn't send you mr
one that would continue far longer than necessary to can handle. Perhaps the
build a new judicial center. getting to her. Who knc
A tax involving roads has been voted down at child had a lot of needs, ar
least twice in Santa Rosa County in the last six were not met. Just because
years the end of his projected
mean that he still doesn'
Shouldn't that give commissioners a hint? best chance doctors can
SOne time the tax was piggybacked on another hard for a doctor to help
plan. missing appointments.
From what we can tell, voters have stepped up This is a really horr
when needed. but the facts speak for
Defend this mom all you \
They continue to fund the schools and support Defend this mom all yous
she has admitted that she
the half-cent tax. her best,
Voters agreed to a temporary one-cent sales tax ginlee April 5, 2008
several years ago to build a new jail. Looks like all she nee
United Way and groups such as that seem to con- lic defender and a "not
imagine having the ger
tinue despite the budgetary crunches and rough backing you the ge
times. thumper410 April
So what is the deal? I totally agree with
Is the situation so clouded that we are all missing can't believe that our sy
it? possibly considering givir
another chance with her
Or do we get tainted as adults and set in our didn't care for at all in the
ways. man, this story just BUR
If any county commissioners should have the NO END! You are so righ
biggest gripes it should be Gordon Goodin and John showed how much she
Broxson. him... she didn't even tal
Broxson has tried to move the project forward, doctor's appointments lik
Broxson has tried to move the project forward have. The state needs to
while Goodin says he is looking at the county's eyes and smell the coffee t
future. er is not innocent! She sh
Who knows if a temporary one-cent tax will pass have another chance to b
in Santa Rosa County? this poor child! God bless
We invite you to vote in our poll to give the com- 2008.
missioners a message. Let them know how you feel. How was she suppose
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What is being said!

)mments on Markes' case

story of Erin
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you 100%! I
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first place. Oh
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t about this, it
cared about
ke him to his
ke she should
open up their
hat this moth-
iould NEVER
e a mother to
ird April 5,

d to know she
unt of doctors

appointments if no one ever told her?
The boy was taken away in March, she
took him to a pediatrician in FEBRU-
ARY for crying out loud. It was the
pediatrician's responsibility, both pro-
fessionally and ethically, to let her know
what type of medical care this child
needed, and it was the ped's responsibil-
ity to get that child rushed to Sacred
Heart back in February.
-She is 19 years old, sure she knows
what's healthy and what is not. But if a
freaking pediatrician isn't even worried,
then why should she be, if the peds is
the expert?
I think the public needs to
DEMAND the name and places of the
clinic/pediatrician she visited in
February, and I think there needs to be
consequences for the pediatrician(s) in
question. They did not fulfill their hyp-
pocratic oath.
We are in no position to judge her,
because, obviously, based on the statis-
tics, no one has a child with a condition
such as this little boy. I have a child with
a brain disorder myself, and between all
the advice from pediatricians, early
intervention people, neurosurgeons,
neurologists, health forums, people with
similar experience, other doctors, phys-
ical therapists, etc, things can often
become quite confusing and mind bog-
gling, but you come to TRUST the pro-

fessionals you are dealing with, despite
being extremely worried about your
She might have been worried, and
set at ease (which she probably was,
since the kid was SENT HOME by one
of these so called professionals), but
please lets not judge her until we get the
full picture.
CLASS OF\\'80 April 5, 2008.
This child is alive. Most of these
children never reach two. I find it hard
to believe neglect is involved.
The end is near for this child and
she's done better than 'most moms do
with healthy children.'
Tommie20 April 6, 2008.
Shocking comments on a story that
calls out for love and compassion. Help
the young lady, help her son, don't run
her down.
jojobene April 6, 2008.
Why is all this trash being printed
wihout validation first, instead of last?
When a mother has a challenged child,
steps from agencies who can assist
SHOULD assist. None of us know what
happened in that home and the public
should not be influenced to crucify
ANY person until the facts are in.
Gossip kills ard inspires suicide. What
has happened to humanity?
badfish April 6, 2008.
This is a sad story all around. I can't
imagine having a child with a form'of
severe mental retardation such as this. I
definitely can't imagine having one at
15 or 16. The articles seem to be slanted
both ways, so without all the facts, it's
hard to discern what has really hap-
pened. And as far as reaching out to web
sites for advice...doctors do not know
everything and unless you have a spe-
cialist who is very familiar with this par-
ticular disease, I would be willing to bet
you will get better advice from other
mothers and caretakers who deal with
the disease day in and out. Thank you to
Ms. Fitzgerald for stepping in, as the
average person cannot even begin to
understand this disease. I pray for the
son, his mother, and all of those
PipPop April 6,"2008.
Once again total ignorance. Have
you ever been told that your child has a
condition that no one around has seen,
let alone heard about? Well, I have. My
son was diagnosed with a rare disorder
that is "usually incompatible with life"
while I was pregnant and sadly passed
away a few weeks shy of his due date.
We were sent to a military base out-of-
state for prenatal care (the doctor had
seen just one case overseas) and then to
Sacred Heart in Pensacola, where the-
doctors had heard of it, but had not seen
The only place I could find infor-
mation was the internet. I scoured site
after site looking for any articles or
mentions I could. I posted questions to
MD's, other parents, universities, etc.
looking for anything, ANYTHING, I
could so 1 could get knowledgeable
about the condition. No one I talked to
here knew anything. There was no sup-
port because no one knew what the
effects were, short or long term. When
we went to the military base 100 miles
away the doctor was amazed at how
much I knew and understood about the
disorder. She said I basically knew the
same as her. In fact, near the end of my
"treatment" there, she was learning
from me. The internet was invaluable.
Mom2two April 6, 2008.

I am truly amazed that some want to
"help" this woman. That you have noth-
ing but excuses for her. And that's ALL
they are excuses.
Bottom line the child was MAL-
NOURISHED. It doesn't take doctors
appointments, or even a rocket scientist,
to know that you HAVE TO EAT OR
So spare me the violin strings with
this woman. She needs to be tried and
convicted to the fullest extent of the law.
Niceville Guy April 6, 2008.
It is so very easy to react emotional-
ly to this story without having FACTS.
With limited information, but with
knowledge of an emaciated child and
some blundersome statements made by
a mother under pressure that NOBODY
can understand, it is SO easy to for us to
convict her in the court of public opin-
ion and cry out for blood. I came very
close to that myself, but I reserved my
judgement until I learned a little more
about the case. After careful considera
tion, I decided that Erin is at least wor-
thy of my compassion, for in my hear
of hearts I honestly cannot say what I
might have done if I was in the same sit-
If you will take a few moments to
do some research, and to actually listen
to what the people have to say who are
the most familiar with the condition this
child is afflicted with, you may feel a lit-
tle differently.
WileyCoyote April 6, 2008.
If you have not done so already, you
should go back and read the previous
articles and posts on this subject and
then consider a few things. One, Dr.
Mignerey of the county Child
Protection Team, made some strong and
inflammatory remarks that seemed to go
against the mother, yet will not clarify
his remarks when asked by reporters,
Why? Maybe he has an evolving opin-
ion now that he has learned more about
this rare disease or maybe he lawyered
up, we do not know. We do know
though that he has not made any further
negative remarks about the mother, at
least not in public, in a case that has gar1
nered national attention. Second, afteE
Erin's arrest, her bbnd was set at
$100,000.00 a very high amount, the
size being appropriate for the serious-
ness of the charges ALLEGED.
Thereafter, the person charged by socie-
ty to sit in judgment of others, the judge,
after considering what was before, him,
Sallowed Erin to be set free with some
reasonable conditions attached AND
allowed her to visit her child. The judge
sifting through far more information
than most of us posting here have access
too, had some doubts about the case
because he eliminated bond. If the judge
felt that there was overwhelming evi-
dence present to condemn mom, be
probably would not have set her free.
Apparently, the judge wants to wait arid
see what all the facts are before passing
judgment, and we' should all follow his
lead. : 1
justtellmethetruth April 6, 2008J
ErinMarkes was given a tough row
to hoe. A fight she could not win, short
of a miracle. Yet she stayed in the battle.
I would trust her with my life any time.
May God bless her.
In this day and time she would have
gotten off easy in the eyes of the law if
she would have done the unthinkable.
This is the kind of person 1 would trust my back.


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Luau and Political
The Santa Rosa County
Democratic Party is sponsor-
ilong a Luau and Political
"1Rally on Saturday, April 12,
3 6 p.m. The event will be
held at the gazebo in
Shoreline Park South, Gulf
Keynote speaker will be
Florida State Senator Dave
Aronberg and local
Democratic candidates will
also be present, as well as
representatives for the
Clinton and Obama cam-
paigns. Well-known jazz
musician, Crystal Joy Albert,
will provide entertainment,
and a barbeque chicken meal
will be served.
There will be a raffle for
a 42-inch HD-TV, a DVD
player, and cash prizes.
Tickets for the event are $15,
which includes the meal, and
children 8 and under are
For tickets or informa-
tion, contact Seegar or Pat
Swanson. 936-8704.

Milton Cemetery
Clean Up is
The public is invited to
participate in Clean-Up Day
at Milton Cemetery, located
at the intersection of
Berryhill Road and Stewart
Street on Saturday, April 12,
beginning at 8 a.m. Join the
'Marine Corps League mem-
bers and others at this his-
,toric burial ground. Bring
your own equipment, and
plan to work until...?
There will be a flag ded-
ication ceremony on
Saturday, April 19 at 10 a.m.
For more information, call
.'Bill Bledsoe at

Morning Glory
Circle meeting
SThe Morning Glory

Circle of the Milton Garden
Club, located at 5256
Alabama Street, Milton, will
hold its monthly meeting on
Thursday, April 10, at 9:3(0
a.m. Dorothy Birch will
present a program on
'Backyard Habitat.' Come
join us for a delicious lunch
(Chicken Salad, Noodles,
Lemon Cake), prepared and
served by hostesses Mary
Hayles, Marsha Cientile and
Aileen Clarke.

Free Diabetes
No appointments are
necessary for this free
Diabetes Screening. It will
be held at K-Mart, 6050
Highway 90, in Milton
beginning April 9 to April
llth. Times are 10 a.m. to 5
p.m. No appointment is nec-
essary. K-Mart is sponsoring
this Screening.

Yard Sale
There will be a yard sale
to support the American
Cancer Society at 4337
Kelley Road in Milton. All
proceeds will go to Relay for

Milton Quilt Guild
- Sit & Sew
The Milton Quilt Guild
will host an evening "Sit &
Sew" on Thursday, April 10
from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. at the
RSVP building, corner of
Dogwood Drive and
Buckskin Drive, Milton. All'
quilters are welcome, from
those who want to learn, to
the experienced. There is
plenty of table space. Bring
your machines or handwork,
along with beverages and
snacks. Enjoy a fun evening
out with the girls! For more
information, call Sheila at

SRC Law Library
Board meeting set
The Law Library Board

of Santa Rosa County has
scheduled a meeting on
Thursday, April 17, 2008, at
12:00 p.m. in Room 110 at
the Santa Rosa County
Courthouse. For information
c o n t a c t
or (850) 981-5597.

9-Pin No Tap
There will be a 9-Pin No
Tap Tournament at the
Avalon Bowling Center
Sunday, April 13.
Registration is at 12:30 p.m.
Start time is 1 p.m. Cost is
$20 per person for 3 games.
Four Person teams bring
your own team or join one
when you get there. This is
sponsored by the Friends For
Life Relay'Team. Proceeds
will go to the American
Cancer Society. Call 995-
4006 or 380-9666 for more
Don't Miss the
Flower Festival's
Scores of people will be
attending the Emerald Coast
Flower & Garden Festival
this weekend April 11,12 and
13. The annual Flower
Festival is held at the PJC/UF
campus in Milton on Hwy 90.
This is the place to buy
plants, garden supplies and
garden art that you just can't
easily find in our area.
There is another reason
that this festival will delight
you. The well known Florida
plantsman, Alan Shapiro,
owner of Grandiflora Grown
Long-Lasting Southern
Blooms, will be giving two
one hour long programs dur-
ing the Festival Saturday
His first program is enti-
tled "Surprisingly Hardy
Tropical Looking
Perennials." Not only will
Alan educate and entertain

Kiwanis thanks Henderson

Kiwanis Club of Santa Rosa Sunrise President Elect Amy Davis thanks Assistant Public
Defender Tony Henderson for speaking to the members of the club. He gave a very inform-
ative presentation on the duties of his office. Mr. Henderson has announced that he will run
for the office of Public Defender in the upcoming election.
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all of the plants that he dis-
cusses, for sale. So often you
get fired up about plants and
are unable to find then. Not
this time!
Alan's Second program
will be on "Whimsy in the
Garden." Since Alan Shapiro
is such a lively guy, his pro-
gram should be very well
attended. His program is pre-
sented to you by The Friends
of the Gardens of North West
Florida. Hope to see you
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Gallery in the

The Dragonfly Gallery
will be the location of
"Gallery in the Garden."
Many of the gallery artists
will be demonstrating, dis-
playing and conducting a
sale of their creations. This
event happens on Saturday,
April 12, 2008 starting at
8:00 and continuing till 4:00.
This is a special spring event
with a wide variety of art for
the garden and the home.
The Dragonfly Gallery
located at 5188 Escambia
Street in historic downtown
Milton, is a mission of the
Santa Rosa Art and Culture
Foundation. It is a juried
gallery of local artists.
Gallery hours are Tuesday
through Saturday from 10:00
a.m. until 4:00 p.m.

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I-lelp kids get the essen-
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wear and new children's
undergarments, t-shirts, and
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The Santa Rosa County Board of County Commissioners will con-
duct a public hearing to consider proposed text amendments to the
Santa Rosa County Land Development Code. The hearings are
scheduled as follows:

Board of-County Commissioners (to review and consider adop-
tion of the amendment):
Thursday, April 24, 2008 at 6:00 p.m.

The. meeting will be held at the Santa Rosa County Administrative
Center in the Board Meeting Room, 6495 Caroline Street, Milton,
Florida. At the public hearing, the Board of County Commission-
ers shall consider an ordinance entitled:,


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

Santa Rosa County adheres to the Americans with Disabilities Act and
will make reasonable modifications for access to this meeting upon
request. Please call Santa Rosa County Planning, Zoning and Develop-
ment Division at (850) 981-7075 to make a request. For Hearing-
Impaired, 1-800-955-8770 (Voice). Requests must be received at least
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Local native moving on in his career

Captain Jacob H. Cox,
Jr. is a native of Milton,
Florida and is a 1993 gradu-
ate of Milton High School
and later the University of
West Florida. He enlisted
into the U.S. Army January
18, 1996. After serving 4
years as an Armament and
Electrical Systems Repairer
for the Apache Helicopter,
CPT Cox was selected for
Officer Candidate School at
Fort Benning, Georgia,
where he earned his
commission in May 2000.
Later he graduated Magna
Cum Laude at Clemson
University with a Bachelor
of Science degree in
Electrical Engineering.
Captain Cox's previous
Army assignments include
'Squad Leader, 3-101st
Aviation Regiment, Fort
Campbell, KY; Chemical
Officer, Fort Drum, NY;
,Signal Officer, Camp
Stanley, Korea; and
Company Commander,
Bravo Company, Signal
Battalion, Fort Gordon, GA.
He will now move on to
begin graduate studies in
electrical engineering at
Duke *University, Durham,
NC with a follow on assign-
ment to the United States
Military Academy, West
Point, NY where he will

Stiver graduates
(FHTNC)- Marine
Corps Pfc. Scott A. Stiver,
son of Debbie and Thomas
G. Stiver of Milton, FL,
recently completed 12 weeks
of basic training at Marine

serve as an instructor of elec-
trical engineering for the
Army's future leaders.
Captain Cox is married
to the former Laura Lynn
Kapica of Milton, FL, a 1993
Milton High School gradu-
ate. She later graduated from
Florida State with a Bachelor
of Science degree in Science
Education, She is also a 2003
Clemson University gradu-
ate with a Bachelor of'

Corps Recruit Depot, Paris
Island, SC, designed to chal-
lenge new Marine recruits.
Stiver and fellow recruits
ended the training phase with
The Crucible, a 54-hour,
team evolution culminating

Science degree in nursing .
She later became a Trauma
Burn nurse at the Doctor's
Hospital Burn Center in
Augusta, GA. Presently she
is the Director of Education
of the Nurses at the Doctor's
Hospital Bur Center. She
will soon begin graduate
studies at the Duke
University to pursue a career
as a nurse
practitioner/ educator.

in an emotional ceremony in
which recruits are presented
the Marine Corps Emblem,
and addressed as "Marines"
for the first time in their

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Life Styles

War heroes remembered

By Linda Faye Nelson
Special to the Press Gazette
Any soldier who has
'ever gone to War, in the past
or present, for this great
nation, the United States of
America, is surely a hero,
On February 14, 2008,
The United Daughters of the
Confederacy from the
Pensacola Chapter No. 298,
;of Escambia County, FL, in a
Cross of Military Service did
,honor two such heroes.
Private First Class John
-Cecil and Private First Clss
Earnest Edward (Joe) Gill,
two brothers who both hon-
orably served in World War
II. These two brothers are
,both native sons of Santa
Rosa County, Florida.
The Cross of Military
Service is the most prized
award bestowed by the
:United Daughters of the
;Confederacy, to a Lineal
,Descendant of a Confederate
:Veteran. The Cross of
iMilitary Service represents
the Descendant Confederate
:Heritage and their patriotism
and service to their country
in time of war.
The Cross of Honor
dated 1861-65. Foreground
is a Crusader Cross in bold
-relief; each bound to the
other by the Battle Flag of
sthe Confederacy and linked
:by the entwined monogram,
.UDC, to ribbon. It is
attached to a laurel leaf as a
special mark of valor for
'those who distinguished
'-themselves in feats of
courage. The color of the rib-
bon signifies the War or
Conflict in which the recipi-
:ent served. Motto is "Fortes
:Creantur Fortibus" "The
Brave beget the brave."
The President Mrs.
Hazel Kearley along with the
Record of Military Crosses,
Mrs. Beverlee Constable of
the UDC Chapter No. 298,
performs this professionally
impressive Ceremony.
Private First Class John
Cecil Gill, and his daughter,
iGwendoly Wilene Gill Pace-
Thompson of Santa Rosa

County, who is a member of
the UDC Chapter No. 298,
was the recipient of the
Cross of Military Service for
her father.
Private First Class John
Cecil Gill was born
September 21, 1911 in north-
ern Santa Rosa County at
McClellan, near Munson. He
was married to Reeta Lucille
(Padgett) Gill. They had 3
beautiful daughters- Glenda
Delorse, Wanda Geraldine
and Gwendolyn Wilene Gill.
Gill entered the U.S. Army
on January 11,1944. He was
in the 286th Ordnance
Medium Maintenance
Company. He was in cam-
paigns at- Rhineland,
Germany, and Central
Europe. He was hurt when a
hand grenade blew up under
the jeep he was riding in. He
was honorably discharged on
December 17, 1945.
After leaving the U.S.
Army, John Gill joined the
U.S. Air Force on December
4, 1947. He was trained at
the 2800th CML & ORD
Test Group, Aberdeen
Proving Ground, Maryland.
After his training he.was sta-
tioned at Eglin Air Force
Base. He became part of the
3200th Climatic Test Sq.
until he was Honorably
Discharged October 11,
1950. He died April 9, 1991.
Private First Class
Earnest Edward "Joe" Gill
was born July 14, 1922 in
northern Santa Rosa County,
FL near McClellan near
Munson, FL. He married
Ola Mae Nelson on October
19, 1946. They have been
married almost 62 years. To
their happy union three sons
were born, Larry Wayne,
Dale (died as a baby), and
John Edward (married to
Tracie'Hill) Gill. The family
lives in northern Santa Rosa
County at Berrydale, FL.
Earnest Edward (Joe)
Gill entered the U.S. Army
on March 19, 1943. He was
in the 9201st TSU-TC, Tank
Corp, Det. He was in cam-
paigns in Central Europe,

Earnest Edward "Joe" Gill is seen receving the Cross of
Military Service from the United Daughters of the
Confederacy Pensacola Chapter No. 298.

Ardennes, Rhineland,
Germany. He was in the
Battle of the Bulge. Gill was
captured by the German
Army and was a Prisoner of
War from December 18,
1944 until May 25, 1945.
He was at this time liberated
by the Russian Army. His
feet had been badly frostbit-
ten during his time as a
Prisoner of War. Only by the
Grace of God did he survive
his imprisonment. He was
honorably discharged
November 20, 1945.
Earnest E (Joe) Gill re-
enlisted in the U.S. Army
March 5, 1946. He did cler-
ical work in the Separation
Center at Camp Kilmer,
New Jersey. He received his
second Honorable
Discharge January 28, 1947.
The parents of Private
First Class John Cecil and
Private First Class Earnest
Edward (Joe) Gill, were the
late Earnest Horace and
Charlotte S. (McSwain)
Gill. Their parents came to
Santa Rosa County in the

Santa Rosa County births

Constance & Kevin Hill,
ja daughter, Kaitlyn
-MacKenzie Hill, born
IMonday, March 17, 2008.
Keli & Aaron Thorn, a
daughter, Madison Rochelle
Thorn, born Tuesday, March
18, 2008.
Tiffany & Gregory
Baker, Jr., a son, Logan
Mercer Baker, born
Thursday, March 20, 2008.
Jamie & Shane Brown, a
son, .esse Alexander
Brown, born Friday, March
S21, 2008.
Lessley N. Sowards &
:Donald R. Boone, Jr., a
.daughter, Nirvana Angelissa
,Boone, born Saturday,
March 22, 2008.
Katasha Labombard &
Mathew Plystak, a son,
Ethan William Labombard.
,born Monday, March 24,
Melody Jones &
; Nicholas Collins, a daughter,
:Zenaria Beatrice Lynn

Collins, born Monday,
March 24, 2008.
Amanda Adams &
David Gutierrez, a daughter,
Gavriella Grace Gutierrez,
born Wednesday, March
Amanda Stevens, a son,
Thomas Charles Stevens,
born Wednesday, March 26,
Althera Hinton & Alex
Fray, Jr., a daughter, Essence
.anae Fray, born
Wednesday, March 26, 2008.
Brenda Hicks, a son,
Braxton favon Hunkerson,
born Wednesday, March 26,
Jessica Walker &
Johnathan Boykins, a daugh-
ter, Destiny Danielle'
Boykins, born Thursday,
March 27, 2008.
Nicole & Shaun Bailey,
a daughter, Kara Elizabeth
Bailey, born Thursday,
March 27, 2008.
Ramanda Brown, a

daughter, Kyia Marie
Cunningham, born
Thursday, March 27, 2008.
Lauren & Stephen Kirn,
a son, Carter Lawrence
Kir, born Monday, March
31, 200:8.

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well as honoring all the sol-
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SMuriel Jones is a lady who loves life, and
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an Americorps VISTA for the Santa Rosa Volunteer
Center, the companion program to RSVP at Santa
Rosa Community Services, Inc., she is constantly in
a capacity in which she can and very often does
touch the'lives of a great many people through her
Muriel has long been active in Santa Rosa
County as a volunteer, working tirelessly with
RSVP of Santa Rosa recruiting and placing senior
volunteers. Through her passionate promotion of
volunteerism, she continues a legacy of helping oth-
ers develop their own self potential which often
brings sunshine and enlightenAient into lives that
would otherwise remain less fulfilled. She has been
invaluable in the recruitment of volunteers to be
trained for disaster services, for shelter operations,
and mass care in conjunction with the Citizens
Muriel Jones Advisory Council for Disaster Preparedness and the
American Red Cross.

Muriel contributes greatly to the work involved in putting on the annual Senior Expo and
Health Fair for RSVP. She organizes volunteers, contacts vendors, keeps all the paper work straight,
and generally "...makes it-happen!" And her life outside of work is just as busy with fun. She loves
dancing -- any kind -- from square dancing and line dancing, to ballroom dancing. She's a member
of several groups and is constantly busy.

She also fias other interests like bowling and Saturday morning get-togethers for breakfast. She
is also very active in the church choir at First Baptist Church. Her friends see her as a hard-working,
fun-loving, positive person who makes life wonderful for herself as well for those around her. Her
gifts and,talents of leadership, social cohesiveness, and positive concern for others are translated
daily into the lives of her friends and often spills over into the lives of those who have never met

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one is traffic stopping!
So it is at the newly
established Prissy Peacock
Consignment store opened
in mid February at 5374
Stewart Street in Milton. Its'
sassy name is outdone only
by the upscale consignment
specials which consist main-
ly of women's clothing and
wearing apparel accessories.
The product of an imagi-
native collaboration by
Marsha Beach and her hus-
band David, Prissy Peacock
Consignment has caught the
fancy of more and more
people as the store becomes
better known, mainly by
word of mouth through sat-
isfied customers who have
shopped there and told their
friends about their experi-
Both David and Marsha
are continuing in established
careers of their own, he as a
VP at Mooneyham Heating
and Air Conditioning, and
she as a Realtor/Associate
with the Keller Williams
agency. But the somewhat
currently depressed real
estate market gave her more
free time that she wished to
spend wisely.
That, with what Marsha
refers to as an "empty nest"
at home now that all their
children have moved out of
the house, she and David
had more time to experiment
with ideas of something to
do that was innovative and
And today, they both
agree they couldn't have
decided on a more challeng-
ing and fun way of investing
their free time in an activity
they both consider interest-
ing and exciting, almost
Marsha says she started
the business dealing in all
kinds of men's, women's,
and children's apparel, but
after keenly observing the

market trends, decided to
zero in only on women's
clothing. Women, she decid-
ed, had the greatest "flair"
for fashion, and "something
new and different" was
always motivational.
And this trend, she says,
leads many women to use
the consignment process as
a way of reasonably and
logically disposing of some
clothing and at the same
time getting the opportunity
of acquiring something dif-
"The quality of clothing
that I have in the store is
substantially high-end mer-
chandise," Marsha said.
"The store's standards are
my own. I would never take
something on consignment
to offer to the public that I
wouldn't use myself."
And the variety and
styles are almost endless.
Dresses, blouses, slacks,
jeans, and other items of
women's clothing are com-
plemented by shoes, purses,
belts, and various other
accessories that most any
woman would be proud to
own and wear. There are
also a lot of prom dresses
reasonably priced that would
make any young lady stand
out in a crowd. And it's safe
to say that women will be
able to find items from
young to plus sizes, Marsha
"Prom season is rapidly
approaching, and with the
economy in a somewhat
unsteady condition, it may
be reasonable for some par-
ents to consider purchasing
their daughter one of the
beautiful and elegant
evening gowns we have in
the store," Marsha said. And
while it's true that many
moms are reluctant to spend
a great deal of money on an
item that might never be
worn again, the idea that it
might be offered on con-
signment for another of
equal value, quality, and
appearance makes the pur-
chase more appealing.

"Consignment, you see,
is really a prudent and rea-
sonable method of
exchange," Marsha explains.
"Basically, consignment
involves selling something
for someone to someone
else. You act as a broker, of
sorts, but it's a process that's
a lot more fun! (Than real
She went on to explain.
"We sell them (the con-
signed articles of clothing or
accessories) for as much as
we can get for them, with
fifty percent of the sales
price being made available
to the owner (consignor.)"
The owner can either collect
the cash or use it to pur-
chase other merchandise in
the store. Accelerated activi-
ty of this kind could very
easily get consignors to feel
that they are getting new
things for free, she said.
According to the owners,
all you have to do is shop
around at some of the other
"boutiques" and compare
the styles, quality, and prices
and see for yourself that it's
not necessary to spend a ton
of money to keep up with
the trendy set. The Prissy
Peacock Consignment store
is bridging the gap. "While
it's no 'thrift shop,' we do
pride ourselves on what we
offer for the price," Marsha
Marsha and her sister-in-
law Sharon Beach are the
people you will most ordi-
narily see in the store during
the week, but on Saturdays,
it's a different story...
"David is the Saturday
peacock," Marsha says. "He
opens the store for us in the
morning and gets a kick out
of taking his turn enjoying
the chain of events." And
David himself who has an
industrial related back-
ground in administration
says he is never bored.
"Women shopping are in a
world of their own, and it's
really entertaining to listen
to them talk among them-
selves and compare notes on

David and Marsha Beach are enjoying the public reaction to the Prissy Peacock Consignment
store they have established " block north of What-A-Burger on Stewart Street," as well as the
public acceptance of a convenient place to shop for upscale women's clothing and accessories at very.
reasonable prices. Call the store at (850) 626-8081 for more information or details about how you
may utilize the services they are offering. (Photo by Obie Crain.)

merchandise (and probably
other things as well!)" he
The Prissy Peacock got
its name from Marsha's
daughter, Misti, who lives
with her family in
Maryland. The trendy name
adds to the interest which
the store is getting from the
public, too.
"We're one block north
of What-A-Burger on (the
east side) of Stewart Street,
and we would be happy to
meet and get to know new
customers, both those who
are interested in recycling
their clothing and merchan-
dise apparel as well as those
who are interested in purchas-
ing quality items at a reason-
able price," Marsha said.

The store is adequate to
accommodate shoppers, too.
With 900 square feet of
space, it's comfortable to
navigate, it's well lit and
attractively decorated, and
you'll never be hassled by
clerks who realize that
you're happier when you
have the freedom to browse
and examine merchandise
for yourself. But when
you're ready to make a pur-
chase you will be promptly
treated with the dignity and
respect you deserve.
Store hours are also cus-
tomer friendly. The Prissy
Peacock Consignment store
opens at 10 a.m. each day
and remains open until 7
p.m. "...or until the last cus-
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won't beat the deals you
will discover at the Prissy
Peacock Consignment store,
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visit to understand what
your neighbors are all talk-
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stopping" excitement that
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April 9, 2008

Section B

(Above) Heath Slocum and Boo Weekley share a golf cart while playing a round of golf at Tanglewood Country Club over the weekend as they appeared in con-
junction with the Milton Triple Pro Classic held to help raise money for the Milton Golf Program. (Below) Jack Slocum found something other than golf balls
in a box Boo asked Jack to get for him during Friday afternoon's golf demonsration.
Press Gazette photos by Bill Gamblin

Milton pros give

back to program

7 Weekley, Slocum, and Watson

prepare to play in the Masters

It is very rare to have
one golfer from an area on
the Professional Golfers
Association Tour.
Even rarer is three play-
ing on the same tour.
But on Wednesday when
the Par-3 tournament gets
underway three Milton grads
will be teeing off.
This past weekend,
Heath Slocum and Boo
Weekley participated in the
Milton Triple Pro Classic to
help raise funds for the
Panther Golf Program, while
Bubba Watson, was playing
in the Shell Houston Open.
Slocum and Weekley
were having a good time
before their own personal
galleries, while Watson
struggled to play even par
for the weekend in Houston
and finish in at tie for 57th
place as he shot two over par
on Saturday and Sunday.
An added bonus to the
homecoming was Weekley
and Slocum offering a free
golf clinic at Tanglewood.
While offering some of
their golfing advice Slocum
and Weekley both told the
golfers to find a routine that
works for them and stick to
As he told those to swing
as hard as you can, hit it, and
hope it goes straight, Slocum
did offer a little insight.
"If you can land the golf
ball in the center of the greee
you should be able to make
par 70-percent of the time."

But some wanted to talk
to Weekley about club angle
and what he used to hit some
of his monster tee shots.
After laughing a little, he
told the audience he didn't
know since he didn't know.
"I don't know that angle
stuff," admitted Weekley. "I
flunked geometery."
But one thing they were
not joking about was getting
the opportunity to play at
Augusta in the Masters this
"I am looking forward to
the opportunity to play
Agusta," said Slocum. "It
doesn't matter where you
play it is still the same game.
"Golf is golf, you have to
hit the ball from target A to
target B."
Slocum who is known for
his short game is looking to
get some advice from Zach
Johnson and Stewart Cynk.
"I look to play a round of
golf with them and ask a few
questions, but the best thing
to do is watch and learn."
Weekley, who can best be
described as a no-nonsense
type of golfer, is looking to'
enjoy the moment.
"I don't know of any first
year player winning the tour-
nament," said Weekley. "But
I am looking forward to the
opportunity to play.

"Our caddies know us
well and I am sure they have
talked to other caddies to get
some ideas of what to expect
and how to help us find the
right spots along the fair-
The pairings for the first
day were not available -at
press time, but some wonder
if Weekley, Slocum, and
Watson could possibly be
paired together on the first
"I don't know if they
would do it," said Slocum.
Boo was quick to remind
his friend of the ratings.
"You have to look at the
fact they are televising the
Par-3 tournament this year so
they might do it for ratings,"
said Weekley.
The thing for both of
them is to focus on what they
are there for and that is to
play golf.
"It is going to be fun,"
said Weekley. "The thing to
do is limit the chaos around
us and just play golf."
But with the attention this
trio is already getting about
being from the same high
school is that possible?
"It is more relaxed inside
the ropes than outside," said
Slocum. "It can get kind of
circusy if you are not use' to

Pace Chamber golf scramble

at Moors still has openings

5th Flight
1st-Tom Carter, Mike Kulig,
Dan Daniels (68)
2nd Ray Daugett, Bruce
Daugett Alex Pollock (69)
3rd Jim Hill, Ron Hill, Gary
Upshaw (70)

Taf Bentley enjoys ithe

Success of Memphis

The Press Gazette/Beef-
'O'-Brady's bracket contest
had a winner before Monday
night's game even tipped off.
Miltonij basketball coach
Taf Bentley, took the top
prize by oe' game as he
edged out former Panther
coach Murray Rutledge by a
single game. 45-44.
Rounding -out the com-
petition was Tim Short and
Fred Own with 43 correct
picks followed by Bryan
Hathaway with 42 wins.
Paul Hinson was next
with 41, followed by Rusty
Jones and Hank Hullett (40),

Becky Jones (39), and
Walter Starnes with 37.
Bentley was very sur-
prised to find out he won the
grand prize of 300 wings
from Beef-'O'-Brady's.
"Wow, this is a total
shock," said Bentley. "I
though I did okay in my
brackets, but I never expect-
ed anything like this."
When he found outt he
had edged his Athletic
Director at Milton he was
"I am glad I won, but I
will probably hav e to share
them with him."
Bentley, Rusty Jones,
and Walter Starnes were the

only ones who foreaw
Memphis making it to: the
But none of them had
enough faith to pick them to
win the championship.
"Normally I try to go
with the higher seed, but
there are times when you just
have to go with your gut,'
said Bentley. "I am probably
one of the few that even
picked Davidson to win one
game, but I got to know
some of those guys when I
was working at UWF and
worked a camp with some of
their players.
Congrats Taf and thanks
to everyone for playing.

Special to the Press Gazette
The Pace Chamber of
Commerce will hold it's
ninth annula golf tournament
at the Moors on April 25.
According to Pace
Chamber Executive Director
Lloyd Hinote, there are still
openings for sponsorships
and team entries.
The tournament is well
attended each year and has

become a very popular area
"This is a great opportu-
nity for you to enjoy a great
afternoon of golf as a player
and or promote your busi-
ness as a sponsor or a tee
sign attendee," said Hinote.
The chamber is also urg-
ing people to bring 'dirty
bag' stuffer to the chamber

"Anything you have
with your business name and
information will bee placed
in these bags to be handed
out to each golfer,' said
He also pointed out tee
box sponsorships are still
available as well as tee signs.
For more information
contact the Pace Chamber at



Championship Flight
1st Chuck Woolley, Danny
Stout, Chris.Speight (54)
2nd Keith Cone, Ryan
Davis, Steve Sims (55)
T-3rd Dan Odgers, Rick
Carden, Kevin Johnson (56)
T-3rd Steve Wilson, Gary
Martin, Justin Massey (56)
First Flight
T-lst Randy Hornsby, John
Rogers, Jim Shell (58)
T-lst Justin Duvall,
Michael Stringer, Sean
Oakley (58)
T-3rd Murry Rutledge,
Kelly Gillis, Karl Jerningan
T-3rd Mike Wilson, Mel
Davis, Josh White
T-3rd Tommy Chapman,
Danny Beard, Phillip Harold
Second Flight
1st Gerald Stacey, Mike
Stacey, Tommy White (59)
T-2nd Tim Mitchell, Larry
Wilson, Michael Wheeler
T-2nd Nathan McCants,
Randy Allison, Chris Juda
T-4th Chad Helton, Brad
Trawick, Ronnie Brown (62)
T-4th Ken Kirby, Tyler
Kirby, Mike Clark (62)
T-4th Blackie Black, Mandi
Durr, Michael Durr (62)
3rd Flight
T-lst James Young, James
Kristy, Al Kling (61) '
T-lst Nick Saba, Scott
Posey, Justin Tyner (61)
T-3rd Charles Wynn, Garth
McGrath, Rick McGrath
T-3rd Dean Cordova, Rhett
Rogers, Chris Rogers (63)
4th Flight i
1st Ed Williamson, James
Wood, Tommy Thompson
2nd Michael Cowley,
Brian Mooneyham, Jeff
Ottley (64) .
T-3rd Darren Volhein,
Scotty Volhein, Scott Colvin
T-3rd Robert Downs,
Richard Hines, Jason
Cawbe (66)
T-3rd Jimmy Cotton, Roy
Cotton, Tony Henderson

Log on to
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involviHg Boo;, Bubba, and Heath

Milton Lady Panthers'
Pancake Breakfast: The
Lady Panthers Softball team
will host a pancake break-
fast April 12 at Texas
The breakfast will cost
$5 per person and will
include pancakes, sausage,
juice or milk.
Breakfast will be served
from 7 a.m. to 10 a.m.
To purchase tickets or
further information you can
call 982-9785..
Nine-pin no tap tour-
nament: The Avalon
Bowling Center will be
hosting a 9-pin No Tap
Tournament on April 13 to
benefit the Friends for Relay
for Life Team.
Registration for the
tournament will begin at
12:30 p.m. and bowling will
start at 1 p.m.
The cost is $20 per per-
son for three games with
teams of four people.
Bowlers can bring their
own team or join one when
they arrive.
For more information
call 995-4006 or 380-9666.
Scratch Ankle 5K:
Registrations are being
taken for the Fourth Annual
Scratch Ankle 5K Run/Walk
to benefit the Milton High
School Track Team.
The race will be held
April 12 at the Milton
Community Center and get
underway at 8 a.m.
Pre-race registration is
$15 and will be $20 day of
the race.
The first 250 registered
runners will get a race T-
shirt and gift bag.
For more information
you can contact Milton High
School at 983-5600.
Jay Pro Rodeo: The
Sixth Annual Jay Pro Rodeo
is scheduled for April 25 and
26 at the Ted May Arena in
Events will get under-
way at 8 p.m. and admission
will be $10 for adults, and
$5 for children 12 and under.
United Way Fishing
Tournament: The United
Way of Santa Rosa County
and AIG-American General
will hold a bass fishing tour-

Wednesday-April 9, 2008

Santa Rosa's Press Gazette


nament 'Fishin' on a
Mission' April 12 at River
Run Marina in Milton.
Registration is $100 per
boat, individual or team and
is currently underway.
The Three Rivers Bass
Club of Milton will assist
with the event. For more
information or to become a
sponsor call 623-4507.
Pace Chamber Golf
Tournament: The Pace
Chamber of Commerce are
registering teams for their
ninth annual golf tourna-
The tournament will
start at 1 p.m. April 25th at
the Moors Golf Club.
Sponsorships are also
available .
For more information
you can contact the Pace
Area Chamber of Commerce
at 994-9633.
Chrome for a Cure
Charity Ride: The second
annual Chrome for a Cure
Motorcycle Charity Ride
will be held April 19 at Sims
Middle School.
This is sponsored by
thye Widows Sons Masonic
Riders Association and Sims
Middle School as a Relay for
Life fundraiser for the
American Cancer Society.
Registration begins at 8
a.m. and the cost is $20 per
bike for the ride and pin.
Food, door prizes, a
50/50 drawing, and live
band will be at this event.
For more information
call 995-0255.
Elks Golf Tournament:
Milton Elks Lodge 2377 will
hold their sixth annual golf
tournament April 12 at
Tanglewood Golf and
Country Club.
This four man scramble
will'get underway at 12:30.
p.m. and is $180 per team to
Entry fee includes gree
fees, cart, refreshments
onthe course and a barbque
dinner and awards ceremony
following the tournament.
There will be a chance to
win a new car with a hole in
one on the par three eighth
For more information
call 336-4028.

Basketball All-Star
Game: The Third Annual
Florida Panhandle Shootout
will be held on April 18 at
the University of West
Florida Fieldhouse.
This East vs. West for-
mat will feature a boys
game and girls game.
The girl's game will tip
off at 6 p.m. and the boy's
game will being at 8 p.m.
General admission will
be $8 and for more informa-
tion you can visit
Lupus Charity Golf
Tournament: The Lupus
Support Network will be
hosting a charity golf tour-
nament at the Moors Golf
Club on April 24 at 1 p.m.
This will be a four per-
son with a shotgun start.
Funds received will help
provide support, assistance,
and education to lupus
patients in our community.
For more information or
to register you can call the
Lupus Support Network at
800-458-8211 or e-
Pace Library' Sports
Raffle. Friends of the Pace
Libaray will be raffling off
various sports itmes to add a
children's activity room to
the Pace Library.
Some of the items you
could win include a Eli
Manning signed Giants
football, an Emmitt Smith
signed Cowboys helmet, a
Travis Fryman signed base-
ball, Boo Weekley signed
hat and picture, Haley
Millsaps signed hat and pic-
ture, Danny Woerffle signed
mini-helmets, and much
Ticket sales are under-
way for $10 each or six for
$50. The raffle ends Nov.
Knights of Columbus
Golf Tourrney: The
Knights of Columbus
Countcil No. 7027 will hold
their tirst annual golf tour-
rnament April 26th at
Tanglewood Golf Club.
Registration for this
four-person scramble will
get underway at noon with
a shotgun start set for 1

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Prizes will be presented
for first, second, and third
place as well as closest to
the pin and longest drive.
There is a home in one
cash prize of $5,000 on the
eighth hole at Tanglewood
Golf Club for this tourna-
Awards will be present-
ed after the tournament at
the club house.
To play the fee' is $65
per person and the entry
deadline is April 19th.
Tee sign sponsorships is
also available.
For more information
call 981-8078.
Camp E-Ma-Chamee
Fish Fry: Camp E-Ma-
Chamee is holding a fish
fry fundraiser at Christ
United Methodist Church
on Dogwood Ave. in
The fish fry will run
from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. on
April 19.
Plates are $7 each and
to go plates can be picked
For more information
call 380-9507.
Tuesday Night
Summer League: The
Tuesday Night Church
Mixed Team is looking to
form a summer league at
Oops Alley.
The season will run
from May 20th through
August 19.
The league will be a no-
tap league and the deadline
to sign up is May 1.
Since the league formed
back in 2006 they have
donated over $2,000 to
local charities.
For more information
call 623-6807.
Futbol Club of Santa
Rosa Adult Soccer
Registration: Registration
is currently underway for
Adult 6v6 soccer. Online
registration is available at
the FCSR website The
registration fee will be $70
for the 10 week season,
with games on Monday
evenings. For more infor-
mation please check the
FCSR website or call 994-

Opps Saturday Youtth
Oops Alley
March 29, 2008
Boys Division 1 Scratch
Game: Ryan Vinson 199
Boys Division 1 Scratch
Series: Stephen Henry 539
Boys Division 2 Scratch
Game: Tyler Griffis 190
Boys Division 2 Scratch
Series: Tyler Griffis 497-
Boys Division 3 Scratch
Game: Jason Nail -164
Boys Division 3 Scratch
Series: Jason Nail 443
Boys Division 4 Scratch
Game: Wesley Heitman 147
Boys Division 4 Scratch
Series: Wesley Heitman 366
Boys Division 5 Scratch
Game: Andrew Blackmon -
Boys Division 5 Scratch
Series: Andrew Blackmon -
Boys Division 6 Scratch
Game: Trey Tomey 1117
Boys Division 6 Scratch
Series: Trey Tomey 285
Girls Division 2 Scratch
Game: Stephanie Heitman -
Girls Division 2 Scratch
Series: Stephanie Heitman 4-
Girls Division 5 Scratch
Game: Aerial Viars n/s
Girls Division 5 Scratch
Series: Aerial Viars n/s -
Overall League Standings: 1.
Strike Force 35-9, 2. Strike Inc.
28-16, 3. Fantastic Four 25-19,
4. Strike Force Kids 20.5-23.5,
5. Patriots 20-24, 6. Pin
Crushers 3.5-40.5.

Monday Night Mixed
Oops Alley
March 31, 2008
High Game Men: Ron
Townley 277
High Game Women:
Senekah Lejaunie 206
High Game Team: It
Doesn't Matter 822 '
High Series Men:' Patton
Valentour 676
High Series Women: Sam
Howell- 551
High Series Team: It
Doesn't Matter 2345
Overall League Standings:
1. Fun Bunch 31-17, 2.
Dave's Gang 30.5-17.5, 3.
Three and One 30-17, 4.
Incredibles 28.5-19.5, 5. It
Doesn't Matter 28-20, 6.
D.I.L.L.I.G.A.S. 28-20, 7.
Super Friends 27.5-20.5, 8.
Split Happens 27-21, 9. We
Wuz Robbed 26-22, 10.
Dang's Crew 26-22, 11.
Three Gents and Queen 25-
23, 12. Pin Action 25-23,
13. Strike Force 22-26, 14.
Fantastic Four 21-27, 15.
New Recruits 21-27, 16. M
and J's 20-28, 17. Damn 10
Pin 19-29, 18. Strike Force II
16-32, 19. The Broken Balls
15.5-32.5, 20. The Wabbly
Balls 13-35.

Tuesday Night Inner
Church League
Oops Alley
April 1, 2008
High Game Men: Brandon
Sasport- 235

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turn but Cey held strong
stopping many quality scor-:
ing chances.
Jason Beeman, Zbynek
Hrdel, Andy Contois, Jason'
Tejchma and Mark
Hurtubise scored goals for
Mississippi in the victory.
Cam Ellsworth made 24
saves in the losing effort.
The Pilots finish the season:
series against the Sea;
Wolves with a record of 5-5-

High Game Women:
Brenda Gilley 215
High Game Team: Lucky
Strikes 77.1
High Series Men: Dave
Harwick 631
High Series Women:
Brenda Gilley 521
High Series Team: Lucky
Strikes 2173
Overall League Standings:
1. The Strike Force 69-43, 2.
Unpredictables 63-49, 3.
Optimists 60.5-51.5, 4. The
Extremists 60-52, 5. Lucky
Strikes 59.5-52.5, 6. Just
One Drop 59-53, 7. The
Strike Team 53.5-58.5, 8.
Mattinators 53-59, 9. F.O.G.
46.5-65.5, 10 Under the
Influence 36-76.

Alley Cats
Oops Alley
April 2, 2008
High Scratch Game: Terrie
Hicks- 190
High Scratch Series:
Brenda Gilley 523
High Scratch Team: Three
Stooges 456
High Handicapped Game:
Desma Failing 247
High Handicapped Series:
Desma Failing 692
High Handicapped Team:
Three Stooges 1833
Overall League Standings:
1. Three Peas in a Pod 67-
49, 2. Back Alley Cats 65.5-
50.5, 3. Three Stooges 56-
60, 4. Darlings of the
Morning 54-62. 5. Almost
Shoulda Been 53-63, 6.
Honey Bears 50.5-65.5.
League Notes: The Alley
Cats are now signing up
teams and individuals for
their summer league.

Twilighters League
Avalon Bowling Center
April 3, 2008
High Game Men: Dave
Harwick- 260
High Game Women: Ruby
Grimes 234
High Game Team: Damn
10 Pin -806
High Series Men: Dave
Harwick 706
High Series Women: Cora
DelRosario 554
High Series Team: Damn
10 Pin 2305
Overall League Standings;
1. Two and Two 32.5-15.5,
2. Trouble Again 31.5-
16.5, 3. Jane's Crew 30-18,
4. We Try Hard 29.5-18.5,
5. U-Bang-E 28.5-19.5, 6.
The Big Quarters 28.5-
19.5, 7. Sliders 28-20, 8.
Family Affair 26.5-21.5, 9.
Strike Force 26-22, 10.
Split Happens 26.22, 11.
Spit Fire 25-23, 12.
Cabbies 25-23, 13. E-N-V-Y
24-24, 14. Damn 10 Pin
24-24, 15. Striking Four
23-25, 16. Happy Four 22-
26, 17. M and J's 21-27,
18. Yee Haw 21-27, 19.
The Dream Team 20-28,
20. Family Matters 19-19,
21. We Wuz Robbed 19-
29, 22. The Last Team
17.5-30.5, 23. Incredibles
15.5-32.5, 24. Blue Jays


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Special to the Press Gazette
Morgan Cey made 36
saves for Mississippi as the
Sea Wolves defeated the Ice
Pilots 5-1 in front of a sea-
son high crowd of 6,827 at
the Pensacola Civic Center
on Saturday night to con-
clude the 2007-08 season.
Matt Rogers netted the
lone Ice Pilots goal in a two
on one with Brian Pouliot.
It cut the lead to two and
gave the Ice Pilots momen-

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Chumuckla United Methodist Church
Saturday, April 12, is funds raised this year will be child. The church is located
the date of the annual yard to help send children up to at 9475 Chumuckla
sale at Chumuckla United Blue Lake for summer camp. Highway, ndrth of the
Methodist Church! There Please plan to attend the Farmer's Opry. Church
will be furniture, household yard sale for some great bar- office is 995-4261. See you
goods, books, some cloth-, gains and the thrill of know- there!
ing, and odds & ends. The ing your effort helped a

First Presbyterian Church
The women of the First sale on Saturday, April 12 etc, will be available.
Presbyterian Church, located from 7 a.m. to 1 p.m. in the Proceeds of the sale will
on Elmira Street in church fellowship hall. benefit Family Promise, a
downtown Milton are hav- Household articles, kitchen 1 o c a 1
ing a "This & That rummage needs, lamps, games, books, mission.

Elizabeth Chapel UMC

SFish Fry and Yard Sale

Elizabeth Chapel United
Methodist Church, located at
8008 Chumuckla Highway
in Pace will be having a Yard
Sale beginning at 7 a.m. It
will also have a Fish Fry

beginning at noon. The cost
per plate is $6. Call 994-
5934 for more details. All
proceeds will go to the

St. Ann & Lady of Assumption events

Introduction to
Centering Prayer
If you were unable to
participate during Lent,
Marie Rubey is offering
another 6 weeks of an
Introduction to Centering
Prayer. The book focus-for
this session is "The Human
Condition" by Thomas
Keating. The session will be
offered April 14 -May 19
from 5:30 -7 p.m. For more
information please contact
Shannon at
Shannon @stanngulf- or 932-2859 ext
Car Wash On April
13th there will be a car wash
hosted by the Confirmation
Group. All donations will
benefit Habitat for
Humanity. The car wash will
be held between 8 a.m. and
12 p.m.
Christian Service
Meeting On April 15th the
Christian Service will be
having a meeting at 3:30
p.m. in the conference room

in the Parish Office.
Big Habitat Thanks!
Bev Ishol and Priscilla
Long would like to thank
Clare Reynolds for
volunteering to be the food
coordinator for the workers!
We always need other
volunteers. If you are
interested please contact Bev
Ishol at 934-2845.
13th Habitat for
Humanity Home
Our 13th Habitat for
Humanity home is on it's
way to being completed! We
will be scheduling a day for
painting as soon as the dry
wall, electric, and plumbing
are finished. Thank you to
volunteers who have
dedicated their time to this
project. And a special thank
you to the Christian Service
Committee and Our Lady of
the Assumption Middle
School Sunday School
classes (under direction of
Tracy Elliot and Margie
Pitts) for providing lunch for
Weekday Volunteers for

Habitat for Humanity
Volunteers may work
individually or in small
groups. Projects include:
installing window fixtures,
lights and door knobs.
Volunteers with some.
knowledge of home repairs
needed. To participate please
contact Lisa Washburn,
volunteer coordinator, 434-
5456 or at lwashburn@
Scrip Cards -TJ Maxx
Scrip now has TJ Maxx
in stock! You can also order
Wal-Mart cards in incre-
ments of $250.00. Please
stop by the Scrip table to see
what we have to offer. When
you purchase Scrip cards,
you support our mission to
serve others through
outreach programs.
Questions? Please contact
Mindy Lennon at 934-5019.
A complete list of vendors is
available at

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Swick graduates

Air Force Airman
Jeremy S. Swick has gradu-
ated from basic military
training at Lackland Air
Force Base, San Antonio,
During the six weeks of
training, the airman studied
the Air Force mission,
organization, and military
customs and courtesies; per-
formed drill and ceremony
marches, and received
physical training, rifle
marksmanship, field training
exercises, and special
training in human relations.
In addition, airmen who
complete basic training earn
credits toward an associate
degree through the
Community College of the
Air Force.
He is the son of Daphne
Morris of Iris Road, Milton,
Swick is a 2006
graduate of Jay High School,
Williams, Travis
(F HTNC)- Na v y
Seaman Travis E. Williams,
son of Kara L. Harrison of
Pace. Fla. and George E.
Williams of Pensacola, Fla.,
recently completed U.S.
Navy basic training at
Recruit Training Command,
Great Lakes, IL. During the
eight-week program,
Williams completed a
variety of training, which
included classroom study
and practical instruction on
naval customs, first aid, fire-
fighting, water safety and
survival, and shipboard and
aircraft safety. The capstone
event of boot camp is "Battle
Stations." This exercise
gives recruits the skills and
confidence they need to suc-
ceed in the fleet. Its distinct-
ly "Navy" flavor was
designed to take into account
what it means to be a Sailor.
Williams is a 2007
graduate of Pace High
School of Pace, Fla.

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and to sing praises unto thy name, 0 Most High."

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Dear Pastor Gallups, "What is the biggest sin that
Bible speaks of?" I.A. East Milton
Dear I.A.,
Strictly speaking, the Bible does not "categorize" sin
into the "greatest and least."
Romans 3:23 declares that the "wages of sin is death."
This indicates that sin in general and specifically, our very
sin nature, inherited at birth, is deserving of nothing less
than eternal death. Praise Jesus for the rest of that verse,
though, that declares, "but the free gift of God is eternal
life through Jesus Christ."
Surely, one can glean from the scriptures that there
are sins that carry greater consequences in this life and
more quickly affect our daily, personal walk with the Lord.
There are several "lists" of things in the Bible that God
"hates," for example. One can quickly come to the Biblical
conclusion that sexual sin in particular is a sin that carries
devastating consequences and quickly comes between our
relationship with God. There is grounded Biblical specula-
tion that the "straw that broke the camel's back" resulting
in the flood of Noah, was sexual sin. Certainly, this was
the case for Sodom and Gomorrah.
However, I.A., if I had to say what I thought was the
overall most devastating sin recorded in the Bible, hands-
down, it would have to be the sin of PRIDE. It is listed as
one of the sins that God hates. It was the sin that caused
Satan's downfall and rebellion. It was the sin that Satan
used to deceive Eve. ("You can be like God, knowing good
and evil.") Pride is the sin that keeps a lost person from
surrendering their life to the Lordship of Jesus Christ.
There are many in Hell today because of the sin of Pride.
Pride keeps the "good person" from seeing their need
for Jesus Christ as Savior. Pride has destroyed friendships,
marriages, homes, communities, nations and churches.
Pride sets itself up as a living entity in a person's life that
says, "I can do this better than God Himself:"
I.A., if you have not surrendered to Jesus Christ for
the forgiveness of ALL of your sin, I pray that you would
do so before this day is over.
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an filed against FOR SANTA ROSA 2002-12, 2003-04, 2003.22, .Chesapeake Bay TradtionalStyle, large
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your written de 381 PROBATE DIVISION VIDING FOR SEVERABILITY; retriever pups china area, silver drawer
y to it on Wnda UCENSE NO.: 12381 File No. 57-2008-CP-89 PROVIDING FOR CODIFICA AKC 4 F & 1M, 400 and storage with light.
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w'i he era this plint against you, a copy o These proposed Ordinances rinaroychance@
5 Caroline St., Mi- which may be obtained by con-DAWN ANDREA JOHNSON may be inspected by the pu li
70, before service tocting, Ollie Evns, Assistant Deceased. prior to the above scheduled
General Counsel Prosecution meeting at the Office of the .r .
Services Unit, 4052 Bald Cy- NOTICE TO CREDITORS Clerk 0 Courts, BOCC Suport
press Wa, Bin #C65, Tallahas. Services Department, 6495
see Floria 32399-3265, (850) The administration of the estate Caroline Street, Milton, Florid
M 245-4640 of Down Andrea Johnson de All interested parties sh2113230
3 f no contact has been made ceased whose date of deathtake notice that i they decide to
SIf no contact has been made by as March 11, 2008 is pend- appeal any decision mode by '
ou concern the above b the Circuit Court for te Board aCouny Commis- 2 Cats to Good "Reduction Sale"
SApril 30, 2t0, the matter of Snt Rosa County, Florida, signers with rspet o any mt Homes On Antiues art carvings,
the Administrative Complaint Probate Division, File No. ter coming before said Board at meiquesart, arvngs,
will be presented at an ensuing 08CP89 he address o which said meen it is their individ- Ma gie and Muffin are furni re, amps, misc
liver & Instal meeting other Boardof Nursing i 6816 aroline Street Milton ual reponsility to insure that a ecawed up-todate on (4-12) 8:00am-5:00pm.
in informal proceeding. Florida 32570. The names and recor of the proceedings they he ed u e 7S. Garcon Pt. R.
ntipedeordane h the Amri- addresses of the Personal Repre- are appealing exists and or shots, and very. Garcon Pt. Rd.
AIstie In accoasw nce with the Amenr- sentoive and the Personal such purpose hey w need to My son has m an 63-0812
ugustne cons win Diosabilities Act, per- Representative's attorney are set insure that a verbaim record of we have to part with
ermuda ons needing a special ccm th h below, the proceeding is mode, which them so pa help us
tuo modation to oriciparte in this record shall include the testli them so please help us
SPine Straw proceeds sould contact the All creditors of the decedent m and the evidence upon find a loving home Hol
Sdividual or gency sending oter persons havin whi their appeal is to be Please e-mail me, Harold
Shis enot later n n im demands against based, Inteested parties may j juls211 al m, Harold Assembly of
fitsL SaveTime o ys rior to theproceedin at decedent's estate, on whom a appear at the meein and beoshus God 10495 Goodrange
SSav ey Telere5 2454 0, copy ofl his notic re reto heard with respect to Ihese pro- Dr. ill be holding its
be erved4 must file their claims posed ordinances.
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4336 Sunshine Park Dr.
4/BR 2/BA Doublewide,
covered entry, all elec-
tric, CH&A. Water & gar-
bage included. Fenced
back yard and covered
eck. No p ts.
t650/mth $400/dep,
Deposit and /2 mths
rent to move in.
623-2567 or 623-8753
5113 Ridgway Blvd.
2/BR 2/BA total electric,
rivate lot. $525/mth
300/dep. No pets. Bay
Crest Really
Fema MH 3/1, Fur-
nished or unfurnished.
East Gate Mobile
Home Ranch
Quiet Park, 2006
2/BR 2/BA. No Pets,
non-smoking. $545 per
month plus deposit.
Small 2/BR, ideal for
single or couple.
Furnished or unfurnished.
Senior Citizen discount.
East Gate Mobile Home
Ranch. 626-8973
Off Avalon Blvd
2/BR, covered entry, all
electric, CH/A, just re-
modeled. Water & gar-
baae included.
$425/mth $300/dep.
No pets. 623-8753
1/1 in park. $435/mth
$200/dep. No pets. Bay
Crest Realty
2/2 $475/mth
3/BR 2/BA dou-
lewide 4832 Guernsey
Rd. $750/mth
$500/dep. No pets, to-
tal electric. Bay Crest Re-
9 4-7918
2/1 recently remodeled.
All electric. Covered front
porch. $395 plus de-
94-8865 or 994-6212

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


Navarre -
David's Landing
2 story, 4 br, 2/2 0ba,
2150sf home with water
view. Lg. whirlpool tub
and separate shower in
master bath. 9 ft. ceilings
downstairs, fireplace,
separate living room/
dining room. 2 car gar-
age. Beautiful, quiet wa-
terfront neighborhood.
$250K. Come see to be-
lieve! Call 850
261-0322, leave msg.
Must See! 5410 Jenny
Cir. 3/1.5 brick
w/garage. Complete ren-
:ovation, everything is
new. $119, 000
850-983-6613 or

acres only
119,900 Own the
dream! New 1,800 sf
loq cabin package. Near
FL/GA border. 9) min-
utes Jacksonville. Poten-
tial to subdivide! Excel-
lent financing. Call now
1800)898-4409, x
20 acres, Zoned agri-
cultural. 2 blocks off of
Stewart Street. Reduced
to sell. 994-6283

I 710
Mountain Acreage
Homesites From
$49,000 Excellent fi-
nancinq available Call
(877)890-5253 x3973
$159-$208 PER
(866)819-2485 or
lake properties on
pristine 34,000 acre
Norris Lake. Over 800
miles of shoreline. Call
Lakeside Really TODAY!
(888)291-5253 or visit
PROPERTY, 15ac with
Yiews & Creek,
$49,900. 30acwith
Views & 3 Creeks
$84,900. Heavily
Wooded & 3000+ Eleva-
tion. 10% Down/EZ Fi-
Rxt. 126.
cabin shell on 2 private
acres near very wide
trout stream in the Galax
area and New River
State Park, $139,500.
Owner (866)789-8535.

8110 Antique & cellucltibis
8110- Cars
8120 Spoils utility Vehicles
8130 Trucks
8140 -Vans
8150 Commercial
8160 Motorcycles
8170- Auto Parts
& Accessories
8210- Boats
8220 Personal Watercraft
8230 Sailboats
8240 Boat & Marine
8310- Aircraft/Aviation
8320 ATV/Off Road Vehicles
8330 Campers & Trailers
8340 Motorhomes

-8110 1
1984 Mustan LX Con-
vertible 59,000 miles.
Runs and looks Great.
$2500 obo or trade for
a motorcycle of equal
value. Call:
1997 Saturn 4-D stick,
160 000 miles new
clutch: $1500. Call:
Ford Mustang
White with arey interior
94K miles. Great condi-
tion. Excellent car! $7K.
Please call 2404145
Pay Cash for junk cars
or trucks. Running or not.
Call: 983-9527 or

1999 Jeep Cherokee
175.000 miles in good
condition. $3500 obo.

|-- 8130
2000 F250 Extended
Cab, automatic, V-10,
loaded. 78K, average re
tail $13 000 will sell for
$9,000'obo. 623-9553
2001 Ford Ranger Ex-
tended Cab, 2-new
heads complete, rebuilt
transmission. New filters,
parkplugs, oil change in
3/08. Uses no oil no
leaks runs good, body
good inside & out. Full
body liner. Asking
$5000. 623-9359
Dodge 1500 '04
White $11,000. Priced
to sell! 4.7L V8, 79K mi,
4dr tow-ready aoose-
neck. Rhino liner, XM ra-
dio Call 843-995-1166
in FWB.
Supersize ID#27799867

Ford Bronco
4x4 1984
Needs transmission.
Good condition. $600
firm. (850) 417-1800

Ford F150 STX '05
56700 miles, $16,800.
Many extras! Call

We sell and rebuild start-
ers and alternators for au-
tos, boats, agriculture
and lawn equipment. Let
us quickly rebuild your
original equipment
OEM) unit.
Southern Generator
5730 Stewart St. Milton

360 Dodge V-8 motor
& transmission, running
very well when taken out
of vehicle. $500 firm.

18 1/2 Ft. Monarch
Bass Boat. 150 hp
$2200. 623-9553
23 Well Craft
Open Fish
Total rebuild, 251 Chevy
6-cycl Mercrusier O/D.
Tandem Axle Trailer,
asking $8,500. Ready to
fish. 523-8087
96 Cape Horn 19'
With a 200 Yamaha
Salt Water series motor.
New T-top and new
trailer. $12,500 obo
251-513-0451 or
*:(2) Future Beach self
bailing Paddle Boats.
*:(1) clear bottom kayak,
made by Innovex.
y+ (1 yellow Mailbu Two
kayak, brand new.
S(1) 6'4" Fish surfboard
shaped by Watercooled.
Please call for prices,
850 698-6334

| 8220
Looking for
Dead 2000 Yamaha
GP800 waverunner (or
compatable year) to rob
or buy parts off. Please
call 864-5745. Leave
message if no answer.


Scuba Outfit
Tank, computer, buoy-
ancy compensator.
$125 obo. 863-5570

| 8330
1995 America Travel
System 35' travel trailer.
Cold AC, microwave,
stove/oven frig, 2-entry
doors, washer/dryer tub
and shower. Asking
$5,800 626-0012
Looking to buy a 20
foot enclosed utility/
cargo trailer for hauling
ATVs and such. Reasona-
ble priced. Call
864-5745. Please leave
message and price and
description if no answer.

623-2120 lor details

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