The Santa Rosa press gazette
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Title: The Santa Rosa press gazette
Sometimes published during Apr. 1984 as: Milton press gazette
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Language: English
Publisher: Milton Newspapers
Place of Publication: Milton, Fla
Creation Date: May 14, 2008
Publication Date: 1984-
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Vlav 14 2008

Hank Locklin, the Mayor of McLellan, treated those at
Saturday's show at the Imogene Theater with a few songs
including his hit Please Help Me I'm Falling during a trib-
ute that featured music by the White Sands Panhandle
Band, Melissa Welch, and Locklin's nephew, Phil Cohron.
Press Gazette photo by Bill Gamblin

County eyeing


N County leaders hope moves

will stimulate local economy

Economic development
is on the. minds of the Santa
Rosa County Commissioners
and they appear to be ready
to do something about it.
During their last meeting
as a whole on May 8 com-
missioners approved an
amendment to the ordinance
allowing developers to pay
transportation impact fees
when they obtain a building
permit instead of how the
ordinance read at the time
they are awarded a.develop-.
ment order.
Developers apparently
have seen their project go on
hold as banks would not go
the amount to. invest in the
project and the impact fees
without a little more collater-
: : al.
This move will allow the
development of the property
and hopefully see more con-
tractors return to work.
All commissioners
agreed something needs to
be done and more specific
wording on the transporta-
tion impact fee ordinance
will be addressed during a
workshop on May 20 at 9
a.m. at the County
Commission Chambers.
A few wording issues
came to mind as
Commissioner Tom Stewart
wanted to address the recon-
ditioning of existing build-
ings and what could be done



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there concerning impact
Commissioners also
approved the purchase of
three acres in the Santa Rosa
Industrial Park by Prestige
Fire Sprinkler, Inc. based on
a contract for sale which
includes a performance
based mortgage with incen-
More economic issues
and their impact on
Escambia and Santa Rosa
County were discussed dur-
ing a joint meeting of both
county commission boards
back on April 28 in
The first major item was
a recommendation made by
the County Attorney's Office
that the Board adopt a Joint
Resolution of requesting the
support of Congressman Jeff
Miller to sponsor federal leg-
islation to release the restric-
tions on conveyance of prop-
erty on Santa Rosa Island
The deed to SRI con-
veyed from the United States
of' America to Escambia
County in 1947 permits the
County to lease but not con-
vey the property.
Enlisting Congressman
Miller's support would be
the first step in developing a
plan ,to release the restriction
and convey the County's
interest in Navarre Beach to
Santa Rosa County and the
See COUNTY Page 5A


We still want to know!
Who do you feel is the
most responsible about the
current economic "oes we
are facing locally.
Is it the gas and oil
prices, the war in Iraq.
leadership in Washington,
President Bush's policies,
state leaders, or local lead-
Log. on to
to vote. Polls can be found
along the right hand side
of the homepage.

Scores coming in
agn 9


According to the 2008
Florida Comprehensive
Assessment Test (FCAT)
Writing+ results released on
Thursday, a greater percent-
age of Florida students are
writing at or above grade
level and Santa Rosa County
high schools have outscored
the state average by 19
"These results are evi-
dence that the tremendous
efforts of our teachers have a
direct and positive impact on
our children's futures," .said
Education Commissioner
Eric J. Smith. "It is through
their selfless commitment to
student success that our state
has been able to experience
the phenomenal academic
growth that we have seen in
the last decade."
The mean writing score
for Florida tenth graders was
302. Santa Rosa County
School's tenth graders had an
average score of 321.
Each area high school
improved its score as com-
pared to the 2007 scores.
Central / High School
Principal Kenny Owens
reports the school had an
11% increase in 'the tenth
grade scores and a 25%
increase for eighth grade on
the writing portion of FCAT.
"This year 78% of the
eighth graders who took
FCAT Writing scored 3.5 or
"Seventy-seven percent
of our tenth grade class
See FCAT Page 5A



2003 2004 2005 2006 2007
320 301 303 314 302

Information obtained from the Florida Department of Education website-
Graphic by Bill Gamblin

Church gets big offering

Milton Baptist Church's
Pastor Rev. David Spencer
was amazed how quickly'
the $1.8 million donation
went, but it was definitely
put to good use.
"There were plenty of
needs and I was surprised at
how fast the money went,"
said Spencer about the
anonymous donation. "I was
approached a few months
ago about the donation and
worked out a proposal."
When reality came the
plan was implemented by
paying off the $600,000 still
owed on their $4.5 million

Started plans to build a
church office complex as
well as help with the
churches food mission as
well as other efforts.
"When I was
approached about this I was
asked where do you see or
need," said Spencer. "So
this wasn't very hard at all
with the various agencies
we try to help and our large
food ministry.
"Our membership is a
good, generous church so
this wasn't hard at all."
Spencer pointed out
around three or four times a
year he is approached about
a donation like this, but he
never counts it until the

church receives it.
"In the 12 years I have
been here this has happened
several times," said Spencer.
"This was quite a significant
donation so I was in a dream
wondering if it was really
going to happen."
Members of the church
currently located on
Caroline St., which was
formed in 1845, are prepar-
ing for a mission trip to
Indiana to help work on
projects around the
Indianapolis area as well as
continuing their local efforts
on things like the Habitat
for Humanity houses.
"We are tremendously
blessed by the people in the

church," said Spencer. "But
the thing about the church is
there is always a need that
we can address."
Spencer told the church
about the generous donation
this past Sunday during the
morning worship service.
With all of the projects
the church is involved in
Spencer pointed out mem-
bers will still be expected to
continue with their regular
"The church will still
need regular givers," said
Spencer. "But this is an out-
standing church family and
I have no doubt they will
continue their regular

Highway upgrades continue

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The Santa Rosa County
Engineering Department has
started safety upgrades on
Highway 90.
"Upgrades from Anna
Simpson Road eastward to
Avalon Boulevard include
the construction of new turn
lanes, the retrofitting of
existing median openings
with directional traffic
islands, and the installation
of drainage improvements
throughout the project," says
Public Information Officer
Joy Tsubooka.
Work began April 18,
and will continue for 8
weeks with signs posted
Tsubooka says there will
be no lane closures during
daylight hours and work will
be staged so all median
openings will not closed at
the same time.

"While this project is
within the FDOT right of
way, it is designed and
administered by the Santa
Rosa County Engineering
Department," she says.
The project will make
the existing median opening
at Anna Simpson Road direc-
.tional, prohibiting eastbound
movement onto Highway 90.
A new directional medi-
an opening and left turn lane
will be constructed at
Morningside Lane, prohibit-
ing westbound movements
onto Highway 90. This open-
ing will replace an existing
opening just east of
Morningside that will be
A new eastbound left
turn lane at Van Horn Road
will be constructed with the
full access median opening
The existing westbound

Workers continue to make traffic safety upgrades along
Highway 90 with new directional medians and other items.
Press Gazette file photo

FCAT Writing Scores

2004 2005 2006 2007 2008
State 3.8 3.8 295 296 302
SRC 3.9 4.1 316 310 321

Central n/s n/s 288 276 303
Jay n/s n/s 302 306 326
Milton n/s n/s 311 292 310
Pace n/s n/s 322 319 323

Tracking the Third Grader

Here is a look at how third graders in 2001
progressed to 2007 in reading

2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007
289 299 290 297 299 299 308

Here is a look at how third graders in 2001
progressed to 2007 in math

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Page 2-A Santa Rosa's Press Gazette Wednesday-May 14, 2008


Monday, 3:12 p.m.
Yes, this is Jessica. I am
calling about the three-tier
program that the county is
thinking about doing for the
Santa Rosa County School
System. That is the main rea-
son I took my child out of
Santa Rosa and she is in
Escambia now. I don't
understand why students
should be affected. Take and
cut some of the school board
position and use that money
for the schools. This is
ridiculous. There is no rea-
son why this should be going
What about the students
who go to work after school
or participate in extra curric-
ular activities? This is totally
ridiculous and should not be
going on.
If this does happen I
promise you people will take
their kids out of Santa Rosa
Schools to Escambia County
or home school them or there
will be drop outs. Thank you.
Editor's Note: Santa
Rosa County Board
Members have approved the
three-tier plan for next year
already and talk from the
Escambia County Board of
Education is they will not
allow the transfer of students
from Santa Rosa County due
to their own budget concerns
for next year that could force
a reduction of teaching staff

Monday, 12:51 p.m.
Hi, this is Ann. And
instead.of building more jails
why not provide the counsel-
ing while they are in jail
instead of when they get out
and have no driver license or
jobs to get to the counseling
they need. It would just make
sense to me.
They keep saying they
have no job or no driver's
license and then they get put
back in jail for not paying
child support because they
were in jail in the first place.
This is a vicious circle we
need to rethink in the first

Monday, 10:17 a.m.
My name is Celia. When
the county is short on funds
the commissioner looks to
the average citizen for a
penny here or a penny there
and upping their property
tax. Isn't there a way to peti-

tion to cut their pay? They
make $50,000 to $60,000 a
year for a part-time job.
They make more than a
county employee with 20
years or more full-time. The
county offices could pitch in
and pinch a penny here or
there to help out too.
Editor's Note: The last
time this will be stressed is
that the county commission-
er pay and other salaries are
set by the legislature in

Sunday, 2:32 p.m.
I just have to give a big
thank you to the Santa Rosa
Historical Society and those
responsible for the Hank
Locklin Tribute on Saturday
evening. It was truly won-
derful and my family and I
had a great time. Hank is a
true legend. Thank you, Joe
Annon and family.

Saturday, 6:42 p.m.
This is James. The City
of Milton needs to cut the
shrubs and hedges near Tops
TV. You can't even see to
make a turn without pulling
out into the path of a car. It is
getting very dangerous. I
wish they would also outlaw
cell phones in public places
and everything. They are
becoming a public nuisance.
You can't even get up and
down a grocery store aisle
without people talking on
their cell phones.

Friday, 2:31 p.m.
Hi, my name is Peggy.
We have over 75 to 100 den-
tists in Santa Rosa County.
At the present time only one
is seeing Medicaid patients
on a part-time basis. I am
ashamed of our dentists. It is
time for them to step up to
the plate like the other type
of doctors are doing in the
community and meet the
needs of people who cannot
afford dental work. It is time
to step up and meet the
needs of the community. I
implore you to ask your den-
tist if they are seeing
Medicaid patients. If each
dentist of these 75 to 100
would see two Medicaid
patients a month, which
would not break the bank,
then these people would
have better health and teeth.
Aren't you ashamed of your-

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Teen d rivi ng Sa y-May24th,2008


course gets $29)900


Sheriff Wendell Hall of
the Santa Rosa Sheriff's
Office has recently initiated
a "teen driving course" to
help reduce accidents caused
by teenage drivers. This pro-
gram is based on the star-
tling statistics in America
that shows vehicular acci-
dents are the number one
cause of death for young
adults. The course outline
covers such topics as vehic-
ular maintenance, vehicular
'dynamics, aggressive and
impaired driving.
A driving course will be
arranged and the young driv-
ers will be required to tra-
verse the course in a series
of practical exercises to
include braking, swerving
and recovering their vehicle
from spin outs. This class
will be under the direct
supervision of instructors
from the sheriff's office. The
program is twelve (12) hours
long and the first class will
be conducted on June 13th
from 1700-2100 at the Santa
Rosa Sheriff's Office train-
ing room for the classroom
portion of the course and
June 14th from 0800-1600 at
NAS Whiting Field for the
practicum portion. Facilities

at Whiting Field will be used
for forward and reverse ser-
pentine, threshold braking,
figure eight, evasive maneu-
ver and backing. The stu-
dent's personal automobile
will be used during the
entire course. Each student
will need to be a licensed
driver (no learners permit
allowed), between the age of
16-18, a Santa Rosa resident
(out of county residents will
be accepted if class is not
full), and have all permis-
sion forms filled out and
returned to the training divi-
sion (or to the instructor the
night of the first meeting).
Each student will also need
to provide their own motor
vehicle and dress appropri-
ately (no tank tops, flip-
flops, "short-shorts", etc.).
On the second day of the
training, each participant
should bring sun screen,
sunglasses, a hat (if wanted)
and drinks. An hour lunch
will be taken around 11:30
"on your own", with class
commencing an hour later.
The class will be limited to
the first ten students who
apply. For further informa-
tion please contact Cindy
Sarver at 983-1236.

Food drive in

Pace Saturday

The Pace Civic this Saturday, May 17. A
Association (PCA) is mak- PCA member will be there
ing an effort to increase from opening until 1 p.m.
what they can do to benefit Canned meats are very
the Manna Food Bank. The badly needed, but any
PCA has for over 40 years canned products such as
presented many School pastas, and baby food will
awards and scholarships, but help some of our residents.
to a smaller degree has peri- Cash gifts will be used to
odically made contributions purchase items most needed
from their membership to at the end of the day. The
other community projects. PCA thanks Manager Kenny
President Ethel Dixon stated Broyals for Grocery
at their recent. meeting the Outlet's support in the one
great increase in those need- day project!

ing help which was putting a
strain on area resources."
"Our organization is not
large enough to make a real
impact on this problem, but I
am sure some people forgot
to put our a bag of groceries
for their mailman last week
and would like a second
chance at a convenient way
to make a contribution,"
Mrs. Dixon added.
Grocery Outlet in Pace
responded to the PCA
request by allowing them to
collect non-perishable food
items in front of their store

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took only two breaks, while pedaling a small bike
nine hours in white pumps, all for charity. When
asked what charity, he painlessly replied: "None of
your dang business!"
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Santa Rosa's Press Gazette

Page 2-A


Sheriff's Report

Santa Rosa County's
Sheriff's Report for April 16
to April 23, 2008
Flanders, Andrea
Ratlunann; Female; 27; 2149
Casa De Oro St., Navarre;
Probation .Violation-Felony.
Harpel, Christopher
Howard; Male; 41; 3972
Paradise Bay Dr., Gulf
Breeze; Failure to Appear for
Felony Offense. 4/16/08
Simmons, Robidathar
Leveskia; Male; 40; 15203
Creek Wood Apts., Gulfport,
MS; Battery-Felony Batt or
Dom Batt by Strangulation
(domestic violence), Larc-
Petit 1st Offense. 4/16/08
Steward, Jessica
Monette; Female; 27; 7788
Rustling Pines Rd, Milton;
Larc-Emergency Med Equip
$300 or More. 4/16/08
Cook, Benjamin
Franklin; Male; 26; 6549
Renee Circle, Milton;
Probation Violation-Felony.
Warren, Shawn Dale;
Male; 33; 4213 Alderwood
Dr., Pace; Habitual Driving
With License Suspended,
Larc-Gas Drive Off. 4/16/08
Morris, Steven Paul;
Male; 32; 8549 Laredo Street,
Navarre; Veh Theft-Grand
3rd Degree. 4/16/08
Griffin, Steven Joe;
Male; 24; 6571 Julia Drive,
Milton; Obstruct Justice-
Intimidate Threaten Etc
Victim Witness Informant.
Day, Reno Evan; Male;
34; 1006 Pine Tree Road,
Mary Esther; Fugitive From
Justice. 4/16/08
Brewer, Catherine Renee;
Female; 49; 6215 Glenwood
Dr., Milton; Larc-Petit 1st
Offense, Fraud-Illegal Use
Credit Cards-Use More .2
Times 6 Mos Obt Gds Money
$100 or More. 4/17/08
Paul, Joseph Adrian;
Male; 31; 1733 Chemstrand
Rd, Pensacola; Drive While
Lic Susp Habitual Offender.
Way, Christopher
Michael; Male; 17; 7509
Woods Rd, Beulah; Veh
Theft-Grand 3rd Degree,
Resist Officer-Obstruct W/O
Violence. Marijuana Possess
Not More Than 20 Grams.
Valdes, Jacqueline
Mercedes; Female; 34; 5341
E Avenida De Golf, Pace;
DUI. 4/16/08
Fritschle, Deborah Joy;
Female 27; 6044 Kingswood
Dr., Milton; DUI Alcohol or
Drugs 2nd Offense. 4/17/08
Allday, Anthony Kevin;
Male; 46; 6487 Colonial Dr.,
7 Milton; Probation Violation-
Felony. 4/18/08
Carter, Jr., Lawrence
David; Male; 30; 6626 James
St., Milton; Battery-Touch or
Strike (domestic violence),
Obstructing Justice Intimidate
Threaten Etc Vict Witness
Informant. 4/20/08
D1yaL William Derrick;
Male; 40; 9507 Sandpiper St.,
Pensacola; Contempt of-
Court-Circuit, Failure to
Appear for Felony Offense.
Ferguson, John O'Hara;
Male 41; 13025 Munson
Hwy, Milton; Drive While Lic
Susp 3rd or Subseq Off (2
cts.), Failure to Appear for
Misdemeanor Offense.
Lee., Anthony Lorenzo;
Male; 23; 5621 Hearn St,
Milton; Probation Violation-
Felony, Failure to Appear for
Felony Offense. 4/18/08
Neblett, Morris; Male;
50; 1275 Mahogany Mill Rd,
Pensacola; Larc-Over $300
'Under $5,000, Fraud-
Impersonate Falsely Identify
Self as Contractor. NDG
Lee, Ebbin Joseph; Male;
19; 4171 Snapper Ave,
Milton; Drive While Lic Susp
1st Off, Burgl Unoccupied
Conveyance Unarmed, Larc-
Petit. 1st Off, Marijuana-
Possess Not More Than 20
Grams, Narcotic Equip-
Possess And or Use. 4/20/08

Lock, Jeremy Douglas;.
Male; 26; 5346 Spruce St,
Gulf Breeze; Burgl
Unoccupied Structure
Unarmed (2 cts.), Larc-20K
Dols Less Than 100K Dols.
Montoya, Martin
Martinez; Male; 21; 115 Vine
St, Pensacola; Marijuana-
Possess With Intent to Sell
MFG or Deliver Schedule I,
Narcotic Equip-Possess And
Or Use. 4/18/08
Roper, Gary Clinton;

Male; 35; 6373 Butternut Dr.,
Milton; Failure To Appear For
Felony Offense. 4/18/08
Chikos. John Martin;
Male; 48; 2212 Crescent
Wood Rd, Navarre; Failure to
Appear for Felony Offense.
McCombs, Michael
Lynn; Male;. 44; 8103
Hickory Hammock Rd,
Milton; Veh Theft-Grand 3rd
Degree, Dealing in Stolen
Property. NDG
Carroll, Ernest Lamar;
Male; 56; 8402 Tortuga St.,
Navarre; Battery-Touch or
Strike (domestic violence),
Obstruct Police-Deprive of
Means Protection or
Communication (domestic
violence). 4/19/08
Cordova, Ricardo
Simon; Male; 29; 2045
Navarre Park Ln, Navarre;
Possess Cocaine. 4/19/08
Eloyd, Justin Cortez;
Male; 11; 6861 Larriet Ln,
Milton; Health-Safety
Prevent Hinder Firefighter or
Equipment (4 cts.), Damage
Prop-Crim Misch Over $200
Under $1,000 (2 cts.),
Damage Prop-Crim Misch
$1,000 or more (2 cts.), Burgl
Dwelling or Structure Cause
Damage Over $1,000 (2 cts.).
Linja, Benjamin Jordan;
Male; 22; 1625 Lepley Rd,
Pensacola; Possess Marijuana
Over 20 Grams. 4/18/08
Loupe, Jason John; Male;
36; 127,88 Hwy.* 89. Jay;
Drive While Lic Susp 1st Off,
Possess Cntrl Sub W/O
Prescription. 4/18/08
Varnadoe, Morgan Ray;
Male; 22; 4019 Chickadee St,
Milton; Larc-Over $300
Under $5,000. NDG
Maniccia, Ryan Keith;
Male; 36; 4374 Seaport Rd,
Pace; Larc-Theft is $300 or
More But Less Than $5,000.
McDaniel, Trenton
James; Male; 8; 6812
Roundup Lane, Milton;
Damage Prop-Crim Misch-
Over $200 Under $1,000 (2
cts.), Damage Prop-Crim
Misch-$ 1,000 or More (2 cts),
Burgl-Dwelling or Struct
Cause Damage Over 1,000 (2
cts.). 4/18/08
McDuff, Michael Rea;
Male; 24; 4419 East Point Dr,
Pensacola; Possess Marijuana
Over 20 Grams, Drugs-
Possess Cntrl Sub W/O
Prescription, Drugs-Possess
New Legend Drug W/O
Prescription. 4/18/08
Stover, Keshawn
Murice; Male; 9; 6830
Roundup Ln, Milton; Health
Safety-Prevent Hinder
Firefighter or Equipment (4
cts.), Damage Prop-Crim
Misch Over $200 Under
$1,000 (2 cts.), Damage Prop-
Crim Misch-$1,000 or More
(2 cts.), Burgl-Dwelling or
Struct Cause Damage Over
$1,000 (2 cts.). 4/18/08
Weeks, Justin Harry;
Male; 11; 6802 Roundup
Lane, Milton; Health Safety-
Prevent Hinder Firefighter or
Equipment (4 cts.), Damage
Prop-Crim Misch Over $200
Under $1,000 (2 cts.),
Damage Prop-Crim Misch-
$1,000 or More (2 cts.),
Burgl-Dwelling or Struct
Cause Damage Over $1,000
(2 cts.). 4/18/08
Wilson, William David;
Male; 16; 4524 Gentry Farms
Rd, Milton; Dealing in Stolen
Property. 4/19/08
Eikes, Bradley Lee;

Male; 36; 3892 Legend Creek
Dr., Pace; DUI Alcohol or'
Drugs 2nd Offense. 4/20/08
Ramirez, Santos Fidel-
Carrasco; Male; 43; 1441
Betty Ln, Panama City; DUI.
Caples, Shirley Ann;
Female; 52; 902 W.
Massachusetts Ave., Milton;
DUI. 4/18/08
Corbin, Clarence Davis;
Male; 46; 5546 Holley Pines,
Pace; DUI. 4/19/08
Underwood, Gary Lee;
Male; 34; 7250 Gillis Rd,
Milton; DUI, 4/20/08
Whiddon, Jaketh Glen;
Male; 28; 11257 Hwy, 90,
Milton; DUI. 4/20/08
Johnson, Christopher
Brian; Male; 22; 1252
College Pkwy, Gulf Breeze;
Probation Violation-Felony.
Malinowski, Matthew
Richard; Male; 18; 216 N.
Spring St, Pensacola; Veh
Theft-Grand 3rd Degree,
Resist Officer-Obstruct W/O
Violence, Marijuana Possess
Not More Than 20 Grams.
Malston, Erica Mae;
Female; 33; 6420
Ashborough Ct, Milton; Larc-
Petit 1st Off (2 cts.), Forgery
of Alter Public Record
Certificate Etc (2 cts.), Fraud-
Utter False Bank Bill Note
Check Draft (2 cts.), Fraud-
Imperson Use/Poss ID of
Another Person W/O
Consent, Fraud Illegal Use
Credit Cards-Use More 2
Times 6 Mos Obt Gds Money
$100 or More (2 cts.), Larc-
Theft is $300 or More But
Less Than $5,000, Fraud-
Imperson Attempt to Use ID
of Another Person W/O
Consent. 4/17/08
McCabe,. William
Richard; Male; 42; 4075
Floridatown Rd, Pace;
Probation Violation-Felony.
Neblett, Morris NMN;
Male; 50; 1275 Mahogany
Mill Rd, Pensacola; Fraud-
Swindle Obtain Prop by Trick
Etc $300 or Over. 4/17/08
Paynm, Wayne Jennings;
Male; 36; 471 N. Pine Island
Rd, Plantation, FL; Probation
Violation-Felony. 4/17/08
Valdes, Jacqueline
Mercedes; Female; 34; 5341
E. Avenida De Golf, Pace;
DUI, Expired Mtr Veh Reg
Over 6 Mos Subseq .off,
Drive While Lic Susp
Habitual Offender. 4/16/08
York, Jr., Charles Scott;
Male; 18; 4343 Barclay PI,
Pace; Burgl Unoccupied
Conveyance Unarmed, Larc-
Petit 1st Degree Property
$100 to Under $300. 4/17/08
Blackwin, Jermaine
Dennis; Male; 25; 1450 5th
St., Santa Monica, CA;
Failure to Appear for Felony
Offense. NDG
Henderson, Jr., William
Lloyd; Male; 36; 5001 Neal
Jones Rd, Jay; Out of State
Fugitive From Justice.
Hesler, Sr., Travis
Wayne; Male; 50; 3174 Atlas
Dr., Milton; Failure to Appear
for Felony Offense. 4/21/08
Ling, Michael Anthony;
Male; 29; 201 Pensacola Bch,
Blvd., Gulf Breeze; Larc-
Grand Theft $10,000 or More
Less Than $20,000, Crimes
Against Person Exploitation
of Elderly Less Than
$20,000, Aggrav Asslt
W/Deadly Weapon W/O
Intent to Kill, Battery Touch

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Continued From Page One
scored a 3.5 or higher," says
Owens. "We have a ways to
go, but we are doing great.
The Literacy Team at Central
High has increased our suc-
cess dramatically. Our writ-
ing score has jumped and we
think all of our subject scores
will reflect the positive
Central High had the
most improved score, up 27
points from last year's score
of 276 to the 2008 score of
Owens reports the scores
for the remaining sections of
FCAT (Math, Science, and
Reading) will not be in for
several more weeks.
The area high school
with the highest FCAT
Writing+ score was Jay High
with a 20 point increase over
last year. In 2007 Jay High
scored a 306 and. this year
the score is 326.
Milton High raised last
years' score of 292 by 18
points to bring the 2008
scores to 310 points.
Pace High, with a 2008
score of 323, raised its writ-
ing score four points higher
than last year.
Beginning at 6 a.m. on
Tuesday, May 13, parents
may view their students'
scores via the FCAT Parent

Network at www.fcatparent-
network.com using the
secure login and password
provided by their school.
School districts and schools
can access electronic copies
of their reports now. Printed
reports, including individual
student reports, school
reports, district and state
reports, will be delivered to
school districts next week.
To view school, district
and state FCAT reports, visit
The writing portion of
the Florida Comprehensive
Assessment Test (FCAT)
combines a writing essay,
used since 1994, with multi-
ple-choice items. The test is
now known by a relatively
new name, FCAT Writing+
(plus). The machine-scored,
multiple-choice section of
the FCAT Writing+ was first
added in 2006 and represents
a comprehensive assessment
"of writing knowledge and
On April 15, 2008, the
State Board approved the
Commissioner's recommen-
dation to remove the multi-
ple-choice questions from
the FCAT Writing+ tests at
all grades and to delay the
use of the Grade 10 test as a
graduation requirement for


Continued From Page One James Cox of Pensacola
remaining portions of SRI to Beach says there are many who
other persons and entities hav- are opposed to this move.
ing a leasehold interest. "Maybe we are being a lit-
The attorney for Santa tie presumptive," said Cox.
Rosa County, Tom "There are 2,300 lease holders
Dannheisser, had no objections who have said they don't want
to the form of the resolution, this. They want the county to
Commissioner Mike honor the leases they have.
Whitehead offered his defense They don't want fee simple
of the plan. interest."
"There are a couple of Commissioner Robinson
issues on both beaches with the said, "There are too many ques-
main being economic develop- tions still out there. We are not
ment," Whitehead said. "Not there yet in Escambia County."
being able to own the property The motion passed with
has kept investors from devel- Commissioners Kevin White
oping the beach front property. and Robinson voting in the
."This is a cumbersome negative.
system. We have a real myriad Robinson said he wants to
of problems on our end know what the citizens think
because we have so many and he will be on the beach to
types of leases. Economic listen to them on June 17 at the
development and the question SRIA office from 6 to 8 p.m.
of property ownership is the "As their representative, I
main driving force behind listen to my constituents and
this," says Whitehead. believe they at least deserve to
Commissioner Grover have this heard and judged
Robinson disagreed with the before we as leaders start down
idea of economic development any course of action.
being hindered. "I am sorry that we have
"I do not believe the lease had leadership that only made
holders are ready for this," decisions on their own self
Robinson said. "It is not interest. That is definitely not
impeding economic develop- my style," says Robinson.
ment. I think we have seen Another item on the agen-
development.occur. The chal- da was that the Northwest
lenge is we don't know where Florida Regional
we are. I am not in favor of Transportation Planning
anything moving in that direc- Organization determined the
tion." estimated cost for needed trans-
County -Attorney Alison portation capacity improve-
Rogers explains what the resi- ment projects for the current
dents are saying about this plan. 20-year planning cycle.
"What we are hearing the The area of responsibility
most from the citizens is from for the Northwest Florida
commercial lease holders," said RTPO is currently at least $2
Rogers. "They have underlying billion, and only a minimum of
lease fees and property taxes. $17 million in legislative
They are telling us they need appropriations can be forecast
some sort of relief. We are by the District III Office of the
looking at a long-term solution Florida Department of
that would allow for a transfer Transportation to be available
of fees. This resolution is a first annually through the year 2037
step in getting that done." to plan, develop, acquire and

the foreseeable future.
There were two reasons
prompting this recommenda-
tion, budget constraints and a
technical consideration.
During the budget reduction
process, all testing programs
were carefully scrutinized,
and it was determined that
the multiple-choice ques-
tions were something that
could be removed without
affecting state or federal
accountability systems.
Technical concerns
about the use of the Grade 10
Writing+ test for graduation
purposes also contributed to
the final decision. The rec-
ommendation in April was
important for minimizing the
impact of these technical
concerns, on students. The
rule-making process will be
implemented to formalize
this recommendation.
In the school grades cal-
culation, schools earn one
point, for each percent of stu-
dents who meet high stan-
dards by scoring a 3.5 or
higher on the essay portion
of the writing assessment.
Writing+ scale scores do not
factor into a school's grade.
For FCAT Writing+, stu-
dents receive a total scale
score between 100 and 500
that combines the scores for
the essay and multiple-


Continued From Page One
left turn lane at Red Barn
Restaurant will be length-
ened and the median open-
ing will become'direction-
al, prohibiting westbound
movements from this
driveway onto Highway
New eastbound and
westbound left turn lanes
will be constructed at the
existing median opening at
Galilee Baptist Church.
This opening will become
directional, prohibiting
movements from the
church onto Highway 90.
The existing median
opening 300 feet west of
Avalon Boulevard will be

build these capacity improve-
ments projects.
Commissioner Gene
Valentino said the goal was to
encourage Santa Rosa County
Commissioners to join in and
share these road projects. "
"We are looking for noth-
ing more than the blessing of
Santa Rosa County to get on
board with us to look at funding
"We are committed to
jump starting these road proj-
ects. It is a shame that the I-10
and 1-110 corridor took more
than fours years longer than
scheduled to complete," says
Santa Rosa County
Commissioners asked if the
Interlocal Agreement for creat-
ing the Northwest Florida
Regional Transportation
Finance Authority could be
added to a future agenda for
further discussion.
Another Joint County
meeting will be scheduled
within the next 90 days.
Jeni Senter contributed to
this report.

choice portions. The
Achievement Level scores
are based on the total scale
score. Students also receive
five sub-scores. The first
sub-score is for the essay
portion of the FCAT
Writing+. It is scored on a
scale from one to six, with
six being the highest score.
The other four sub-
scores are for each writing
element assessed: focus,
organization, support, and
conventions. These four sub-
scores are based on the mul-
tiple-choice questions and
are the number of points
earned in each area.
The class of 2010, or stu-
dents who were ninth graders
for the first time in 2006-07,
was to be the first group of
students required to earn a
passing score of 300 or high-
er on the FCAT Writing+ in
order to graduate from high
school. This requirement was
in addition to the require-
ments for passing scores in
FCAT Reading and
Mathematics. On April 15,
2008, the State Board
approved the
Commissioner's recommen-
dation to delay the use of the
Grade 10 FCAT Writing+
test as a graduation require-
ment for the foreseeable

closed. A new concrete
separator will be construct-
ed from this point eastward
to Avalon.
"All existing median
openings will be recon-
structed to facilitate
drainage, along with the
addition of several inlets
and piping within the
median," says Tsubooka.
"Both the median clos-
ings and turn lane addi-
tions are safety improve-
ments recommended by the
Transportation Planning
Organization's U.S. 90
Corridor Management
Report approved by the
Florida Department of
Transportation," she says.

Dan McKenzie

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How fortunate we are to have a lady in
our midst who has and is continuing to make
so forceful a difference in the cultural enrich-
ment of our and our neighbors' lives. For years
Paula Lou Mapoles has been a leader and a
mentor to those who have not had the maxi-
mum advantage for whatever reason of fully
absorbing and appreciating the fine arts in our

She has worked diligently and tirelessly in
the pursuit of making the fine arts a part of our
everyday lives. Major among her vast contribu-
tions have been the services performed in con-
nection with the General Federation of
r s Women's Clubs (GFWC) Milton Woman's
Club. She served in almost every capacity
S . R available in the club and takes pride in her
two-year President's Projects, "Women in the
Arts", Empowering Women One by One, and
"The Little Red Schoolhouse" Teacher Supply
Depot, where Santa Rosa County Teachers
Paula Lou Mapoles came to shop for free classroom incentives for
their students.

She is a founding member of GFWC Milton Junior Woman's Club and is notably remem-
bered as conceiving and implementing Santa Rosa Celebrates the Arts, Youth Artils Festival. She
continues to be prominently affiliated with he Great Gulfcoast Arts Festival, serving as Co-
Chair of the Overall Festival in 1995 and Overall Festival Chairman in 1996.

Her services in obtaining grants and work with youth in music and cultural affairs are leg-
endary. She has prominently served on the Milton Mural Society board of directors, Arts
Works!/Santa Rosa Art Association, 4th of July Riverfest, Blackwater and Riverwalk Arts
Festivals Heritage Arts, serving as chairman for the past four years. There's simply no end to
the detail of her activities and achievements, including selection as Santa Rosa County Chamber
of Commerce 1995 Volunteer of the Year and the Chamber's 2005 Woman of the Year.

Paula Lou is an active member of Mae Edwards Memorial United Methodist Church
where she serves as Children/Youth Ministry Coordinator, Youth Sunday School Teacher,
Vacation Bible School Coordinator, and "A Church for all God's Children" chairman. She is
simply a great lady and is more than worthy of our Salute which we feel she so richly deserves.


Hwy 90 at 89, Milton

As your Santa Rosa County Tax Collector, I would like to take this opportunity to make
sure that everyone is aware of the forthcoming online tax certificate sale. You may
access information regarding this sale on our web site of www.robertmcclure.com.
This is your Santa Rosa County Tax Collector's second year of conducting the certifi-
cate sale online. This auction method is beneficial to both
property owners and bidders. Bidders are able to place
bids via the internet 24 hours a day from the opening of the
sale on May 14th until the sale closes at 9 a.m. on Friday,
May 30th. The online sale benefits property owners " '
because the interest rate accruing on their delinquent taxes
is more competitive and therefore oftentimes lower due to
an increased number of bidders. The unique facet of this
auction is that bids are placed not by dollars, but rather by
interest rates. Also, it is considered a reverse auction as
the lowest interest rate bid, as opposed to the highest, is
awarded the certificate. Bidding begins at the maximum interest rate as allowed by
law of 18% and proceeds downward in .25% increments. Last year there were 4,175
certificates sold at an average interest rate of 4.12% representing $4,854,029.12 of
gross taxes. Be sure to visit our web site of www.robertmcclure.com for additional
details about the tax certificate sale and procedures for registering as a bidder. Please
do not hesitate to call us at 983-1800 if you have any questions whatsoever concern-
ing your taxes. ,,O
As always,.thank you for allowing me and my staff to serve you. , .-

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What should

we do?

In the Merle Haggard song, "Are the Good Times
Really Over for Good" he poses a question.
"Are we rolling down hill like a snowball headed for
The question came to mind after looking at today's
Sheriff's report.
Today's report will shock some while bringing the ire
of parents because their child's name may be there.
Before you parents rush to give us a call, let's offer
some clarification on the law.
Commission of a felony by a juvenile makes their
name and crimes public information.
The alarming part is these juveniles are not 15, 16, or
17, but'are ages eight, nine, and 11. F
We blew the calculator up more than once double-
checking the dates.
Welcome to the new world.
Space may be the final frontier to Star Trek fans, but
the true final frontier is surviving in our neighborhoods as
juveniles run amuck of the system because there isn't a
true system. And we're not talking about a stolen hubcap
or a broken window.
According to the felony report from the Sheriff's W e
office, the charges are burglary of a dwelling or structure
causing over $1,000 in damages, criminal mischief of
$1,000 or more, and preventing or hindering fire fighters
or equipment.
Sounds surreal, but we checked the information and
Rod Serling was not at the typewriter on this one.
Kids will be kids, but this goes way beyond anything
This is utterly outrageous. It is easy to point the finger
at parents, but if.these "children" have graduated to
felony charges this early it would easy to say the children
are quite familiar with the justice system.
The biggest problem we face as a community-and a " -
society-is how to fix a juvenile justice system in such
utter disrepair.
The report does not say if this trio was turned over to
their parents, but all three were booked and released the
same day.
Shouldn't these charges warrant some type of incar-
And we wonder why young people deal drugs.
The reasoning behind a dealer getting children to -
push drugs is because our justice system will just give
them a slap on the wrist and turn them loose to go back -
out on the streets where they can do the same thing all
over again.
Chance after chance we give these youth because we
are a society of second chances, but the line needs to be - -
drawn somewhere. Have we grown so'tired as a society * -
that we have become numb to what children do?
Must Milton, Pace, Jay, or Central (Allentown)
become a Columbine or Heath High School before we
wake up? .
For the sake of our community, we need to put our
foot down and expect more from the justice system that o
deals with these children.
A slap on the wrist or a polite word and forgiving
nature doesn't seem to be doing the job. The criminals
keep getting younger and younger.
The only reason Billy the Kid or Baby Face Nelson
were given those names was not because of their age, but
how they looked.
We're actually starting to wonder, with this down-
ward trend, are the good times are really over for good?

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Dear Editor,

The Milton Benevolent
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sincere appreciation to all
those individuals and
organizations who attend-
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Ceremony at the historical
burial ground on April 19.
Among those were the
Marine Corps League,
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Thanks to Captain Rick
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Second chance to say
FM: Jessica Brand
Milton, Fla.

Dear Editor,

I understand my origi-
nal letter of apology was
unacceptable. My letter
was not supposed to be an
explanation of my behav-
ior and/or my actions. I
tried to justify and ration-
alize my action when all
and all I should have just
After reconsidering my
original letter and the
order I received from the
courts. I would appreciate
the opportunity to resub-
mit my letter of apology.
I am sorry my actions
resulted in a waste of
time, money and
resources for the detec-
tives, police officers, and
Santa Rosa County as a
whole. I also apologize

for any worry or problems
I caused the rest of the
I understand I acted
irresponsibly and could
have diverted the police's
attention from more
important crimes. Also I
appreciate the opportunity
to fulfill my sanction out-
side of incarceration.
Although I have spent
my 90 days, not being
incarcerated allowed me
to be with my three chil-
Again, I am very sorry
and I appreciate the
opportunity to resubmit
my apology letter. I want
to thank Santa Rosa
County Sheriff'9 Office,
Judge Bilbrey, and the
probation office.



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Workshop Scheduled,
Commission Meeting
time changed
In Thursday's regular
meeting, the Santa Rosa
* County Board of County
Commissioners approved a
,workshop to review the
transportation impact fee
ordinance and rescheduling
of the June 9 committee
meeting. The impact fee
-workshop is scheduled for
Tuesday, May 20 at 9:30
a.m. The June 9 committee
meeting will now begin at
1:30 p.m., to accommodate a
request to use board cham-
bers by U.S. Senator Bill
Nelson. Both meetings will
take place in the commission
meeting room located at
6495 Caroline Street in
Milton. The public . is
encouraged to attend.

Santa Rosa
SCounty celebrates
89th Annual
'Children's Book
Learn about the upcom-
ing Children's Summer
Reading Program, "Catch
the Reading Bug" during
Children's Book Week, May
12-18. Share the joy and
wonder of reading with your
kids by taking them to the
library to see the "buggy
book" display. Explore a
book and discover the amaz-
ing world of insects.
Children are also invited
to go to any Santa Rosa
County Library during the
week to enter the "Name the
Bug" contest, draw "My
Favorite Bug," and partici-
pate in a "Bug Hunt."
The Santa Rosa County
Library System is a depart-
ment of the Santa Rosa
County Board of County
Commissioners. Libraries
are located in Gulf Breeze,
Jay, Milton, Navarre, and
Pace. Further information is
available at http://www.san-

Plant Sale at the.
Butterfly House
begins Saturday
The Panhandle Butterfly
House is having a plant sale
on May 17 and 18. The sale
will feature milkweed (the
Monarch host plant) and var-
ious nectar plants including
the "Purple Pygmy"
Agastache, and Pentas.
The Panhandle Butterfly
House is located in Navarre
Park on Hwy. 98 at the fbot
of the Navarre Bridge.
Special hours for these
two days only are from 9:30
a.m. to 5 p.m. on Saturday,
May 17, and noon to 5 p.m.
on 'Sunday, May 18.
Volunteers will be on hand to
answer your questions.
Come see us on your
way to or from the Navarre
Fun Fest on the beach! For
more information visit our
website at www.panhandle-


SRCRE to meet
The Santa Rosa County
Retired Educators will meet
May 19 in the Russell
Building on the campus of
Locklin Technical Center at
10:00 a.m. The program
will be about Santa Rosa
County Schools of yester-
year. Officers for 2008-
2009 will also be installed.
There will be a covered dish
luncheon following the

UWF SBDC offers
"Basics of Selling
on eBay"
The University of West
Florida Small Business
Development Center (401 E.
Chase Street, Suite 100,
Pensacola) is holding its
"Basics of Selling on eBay"
workshop on Saturday
morning, May 17, 2008 from
9:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m.
Participants will learn the
essentials for selling on eBay'
from a professional with
experience. The Saturday
morning training will show
you how to sell almost any-
thing on eBay including your
garage sale items or liquida-
tion of your excess retail
inventory. Our eBay-trained
Education Specialist will
teach you how to avoid cost-
ly mistakes as a new eBay
seller. Participants will see
first-hand and in real time
how to list an item for sale
on eBay.
Fee: $60 (includes a
215-page The Basics of
Selling on eBay Student
Guide) To register, call (850-
473-7830) or go to our web-
site (www.sbdc.uwf.edu)
and click on training.

Essay Contest for
spot at Horse
. The Happy Hoofer
Horse Camp is offering stu-
dents from Escambia and
Santa Rosa counties an
opportunity to apply for a
free spot at Summer Horse
Camp. To be considered for
the spot, applicants must
submit a one-page, hand-
written essay on the.topic:
What Horses Mean to Me.
Girls and boys, aged 6 to 16
are eligible to apply. Essays
must be received by May 20
and the winners will be
announced on May 31.
Essays will be judged prima-
rily on originality and sincer-
ity but punctuation and
grammar will count. To
apply, mail your essay to
9448 Redland Rd., Milton,
FL 32583. There are six ses-
sions of camp and at least
two winners will be chosen.
Be sure to include contact
information. For more infor-
mation, e-mail horse-
camp@bellsouth.net. Visit
m/HorseCamnp.html to
learn more about horse


Clean Community
now on the Web
Thanks to the donation
of services from
WebMeNow.com, the Santa
Rosa Clean Community
System now has a home on
the world wide web. People
can see the new site at
www.srclean.org. The site
explains the myriad of pro-
grams of the system, how to
get involved in programs and
acts as a clearinghouse for
environmental information
within the county. Programs
such as Green-Up Santa
Rosa, the Rivers and Coastal
Clean-Up, Adopt-A-Spot,
the Recycle Santa Rosa pro-
gram and much more are
explained in detail.
The Clean Community
System is a 501c3 non-profit
organization, and is an affili-
ate of Keep America
Beautiful. While it is a pri-
vate organization, it' works
very closely with Santa Rosa
County and City of Milton
departments on solid waste,
beautification and other
environmental issues.

Raw Faith '08
Living Stones Christian
Books & Gifts in Pace,
announces "Raw Faith 08!"
This Christian music festival
features 10 hours of live
music from 11+ acts as well
as food booths and other fun
activities provided by area
churches and youth groups.
This year's festival is also a
non-perishable food drive
for the Woodbine UMC food
pantry, a member of the Bay
Area Food Bank. Last month
alone this 1 food pantry dis-
tributed over 1500 pounds of
food to families and individ-
uals from throughout Santa
Rosa County. Our goal is
1000 cans of food to hel$
feed our neighbors! The fes-
tival will be held in the park-
ing lot of .Living Stones so
be sure to bring your lawn
chairs. May 17, 2008 is the
date and the music will be
from noon until 10 p.m.
Admission is one price for
the whole day; $10 or only
$5.00 with a donation of 2 or
more food items. Children 8
and under are free.
Scheduled to appear are:
Liz Hughes - Pace,
Crowned Saintz -
A Tragic Victory -
3 O'Clock Station -
Niceville, I
Blood Stained Grace-
Ft. Walton Beach,
H o 1 y
After the Seventh -/Pace
Undignified - Pace,
Stained Glass
Charade-Panama City,
Sarah Margaret Harley -
And more to come.
This second annual festi-
val promises to be full of fun
for everyone!

Transplant fund set

up for Donna Watson

A medical disaster
trust fund for A kidney
transplant for Donna
Jones Walston has been
established at First
National Bank of Florida,
4104 Hwy. 90 West, Pace.
Donna will be receiv-
ing a kidney transplant
from a living donor at
Shands Hospital, at the
- University of Florida in
Gainesville, FL. The
donor is her sister, Jeanine
Paschal, also of Pace.
You may make contri-
butions at the bank under
the above titled fund.
Make checks payable to
Donna Walston
Transplant Fund. The
fund will be used to pay
for costs for anti-rejection
medicines not covered by
Medicare Part D and :
Medicaid. It will also be
used to help pay for travel
to and housing at
Gainesville. Donna will days after her surgery. Paschal, or Karen Harrell
- have to stay in Contact Don or Dot Jones at 850.769.5194 for fur-
Gainesville for at lest 10 at 994-8975, Jeanine their information.

Health Screenings
Sacred Heart Health
System will provide free
health screenings in May at
their Pace offices. The
screening program targets
persons who are poor, unin-
sured or elderly.
At most locations,
Sacred Heart staff will pro-
vide screenings to measure
blood pressure, blood sugar,
total cholesterol and blood
count. These screenings are
helpful in diagnosing condi-
tions that put people at high
risk for heart attack, stroke,
diabetes, and other health
-May 17 from 8:30 to
12 noon at Sacred Heart'
Medical Park in Pace,
Highway 90. Osteoporosis
S -May 22 from 9 a.m. to
11:30 a.m. at Astor Village,
5194 Astor Village St.,
Milton. Osteoporosis screen-
.-May 30 from 9 to
11.:30 a.m. at Billory Baptist
Church,. Hwy. 87, 8162
Stillwater Cove, Navarre.
Osteoporosis screening.
Mission in Motion is a
community service provided
by Sacred Heart Health
System in Pensacola. The
mobile unit's free services
also are made possible by
support from the law firm of
Kerrigan, Estess, Rankin and
McLeod, as well as the
Gannett Foundation and
other community donors.
For more information, call
(850) 416-7826.

Fair Housing Act
Legal Services of North
Florida, Inc., is hosting a
workshop to educate the com-
munity on their rights under
the Fair Housing. Act. The
Fair Housing Act makes it
illegal to discriminate based
on disability, race, color,
national origin, religion, sex
or familial status in all types
of housing transactions. Learn
what housing discrimination
is and what to do if you or
someone else feels like they
have been a victim of housing
discrimination. Topics
include fair housing accom-
modations, modifications,
predatory lending and scams,
and challenges affecting vic-
tims of domestic violence.,
The workshop will be
Tuesday, May 20 at 9 a.m. in
Milton at the Berryhill
Administrative Complex,
6751 Berryhill Street in
Milton, Conference Room C.
This program is free and open
to the public as well as area
agencies. The location is
wheelchair accessible. Any
persons needing special
accommodations please noti-
fy LSNF in advance. For
more information and to
RSVP call Legal Services of
North Florida at 850-432-
8222 or mia@lsnf.org.

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Santa Rosa's Press Gazette

Wednesday-May 14, 2008

Wednesday - May 14, 2008

The Santa Rosa Press e

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OOPS ALLEY and Back Alley Grill one of area's most popular recreation, dining, entertainment destinations


Forty thousand plus
square feet of raw adventure!
However you characterize
it, there's no better way to
describe the Back Alley Grill
and OOPS ALLEY in Pace
where for the last four years
individuals, couples, and
families have been having the
time of their lives. It's a place
where there's always some-
thing to do, guaranteed!
In fact, Eat, Drink, and
Play! is the theme of its life!
Whether you would like to
perfect your bowling skills on
one of its 24 state-of-the-art
lanes, practice your golf
game with its awesome Full-
Swing Virtual Golf programs,
or just maybe get the compet-
itive spirit going on one of
its 13 pool tables, electronic
dart boards, or modem wood-
en shuffle boards located
inside the restaurant and bar,
you have the advantage of
calling the shots.
As incredible as it may
seem, there are some who
have still never discovered
what the Back Alley Grill at
OOPS ALLEY has to offer.
What a treat they have in
store! While the outside of
the complex is distinctively
impressive, the atmosphere of
seemingly never ending space
inside will amaze you.
But for the variety of
activities and services they
offer, space is a major consid-
eration, and they haven't
skimped. They can comfort-
ably accommodate presenta-'
tions and training session
seminars, retirement parties,
reunions, graduation parties,
company meetings, recep-
tions, bridal and birthday par-
ties, and group catering cele-
brations of endless choice.
.The eating arrangement in
the restaurant is unique in
every way, incorporating the
time saving advantages of a
fast process service with the

luxury of comfortable dining
that includes table service
and cleanup that lets you
enjoy your meal without the
hassle of tidying up after
"It's the process that is
accelerated," co-owner Taylor
Loftin said of the service.
"You order and pay and then
the server brings the food and.
drink out to you. We don't
want to intimate that we are
associated with 'fast food' as
such in any way, because
that's not the case. Our food
is fine restaurant food that
you will get at any quality
restaurant. It's just the
process of serving it that's
When you've ordered and
had your meal delivered, you
can eat and them move on to
your next activity. They take
care of the cooking and
clean-up so you don't have
to, Taylor said.
Physically located at 3721
Highway 90 in Pace, the ,
imposing building is one of
the largest in the area. After
considering the options for
using the property which they
already owned, Taylor and
his co-owner and father Joe
Loftin decided on some type
of family facility that would
be economically feasible and
serve the public in a measura-
ble and responsible capacity.
The result: OOPS ALLEY,
based on the feline motif
from the well known comic
strip, Ally Oops.
However, the Loftins
went a step further and
inverted the name to make it
even more interesting and
adaptable. The cat is used as
a mascot, and although they
do not presently have a live
specimen, the motif is promi-
nently used to its best advan-
Is there a live one in the
future? Perhaps, but no plans
are in the works for that right
now, Loftin said.
OOPS ALLEY and the

Back Alley Grill are already
nationally acclaimed. Its bil-
liard room with its 11 pool
tables was recognized as
being among the top 10
Billiard Rooms in the United
States in 2004 and was fea-
tured in Billiard's Digest
Magazine. Its focus on family
activities was the reason for
the honor.
"We have a lot of family
participation here," Taylor
said. "A lot of parents and
kids play pool together, and
last year we had a league
accomplished enough to qual-
ify to go to Las Vegas."
That's how involved we are,
he continued.
Of course the business
was always well received
locally and won the title of
Small Business of the Year
for 2007
The sheer magnitude and
the versatility and compre-
hensive commitment of the
facility and its management
to the public's pleasure is
what makes it so popular and
well received. It's party head-
quarters for all ages and
events, and the beauty of it
all is that not only one room
can be rented but the entire
complex can be made avail-
able. Even the restaurant is
available for rental.
There are so many activi-
ties. In addition to. the restau-
rant (that can handle 200 sit-
down guests or otherwise
accommodate groups of from
2 to 2000) and snack bar, the
24 Brunswick bowling lanes,
Cosmic Bowling, 11 billiard
tables, sweeping arcade
redemption center, big screen
televisions, video games, Full
Swing Golf Simulator,
Shuffleboard, Air Hockey,
and Electronic Darts are quite
enough to get the attention of
someone, no matter how
large the group.
Taylor says it's refreshing
to see grown-ups enjoying
the facilities in the arcade.
"It's truly a place where you

Taylor Loftin (above), who with his father Joe Loftin owns OOPS ALLEY at 3721 Highway 90
in Pace, is anxious for those who aren't already familiar with their family entertainment cen-
ter to explore it at their leisure. Consider it your party headquarters where groups of all ages
and events can rent one room or the entire complex. Patrons love the "alley cat" motive and
mascot that's reminiscent of a popular comic strip! (Photo by Obie Crain.)

can act like a kid again with-
out being inhibited about it,"
Taylor said
Add to these a Pro
Bowling Shop with USBC
Bronze Certified bowling
instructor, and you have a
facility unmatched in the
Panhandle area. Taylor says
there's hardly anything like it
between Atlanta and points
west like New Orleans and
But the finest of accom-
modations are only as good
as the people who administer
them, and Taylor says his
management team is of the
highest caliber. In addition to
himself and his father Joe

who own OOPS ALLEY,
Taylor says he has the highest
regards and confidence in
those "who run the place",
including General Manager
Tabatha Bryant, Bowling Pro
Shop Manager Mike Hamada,
and Restaurant Manager
Holley Donaldson.
Taylor points out that it's
truly a great place to relax
and enjoy yourself or for the
same of your business or
social groups. It's open for
lunch and dinner seven days
a week with a full service bar.
(Happy Hour, of course, is
between the hours of 4-7 p.m.
which is an immensely popu-
lar interval!)

You are cordially invited
to inquire about anything you
may still be curious about.
"Accommodations for just
about any celebration imagi-
nable is available;" Taylor
said. "Ask us and we'll be
happy to help you plan every.:
Give Taylor or any of his,
assistants a call at (850) 995-
9393 or log on to their web-
site at oopsalley@bellsouth.net
to find out more. Meanwhile,
they would all like to have
you visit and see for yourself
what they have to offer.
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May 14, 2008
Section B

Shouppe signs with


sports @srpressgazette.com
Kickers are on an island
unto their own, but this off-
season Milton Matt Shouppe
was even more difficult until
he signed Monday with
Birmingham Southern
The three-year kicker for
the Panthers was being pur-
sued by Mississippi College
and Birmingham Southern
until the Panthers lost Head
Coach Joey Jones to the
University of South
"It was like a week and a
half to two weeks and I did-
n't hear from anybody. I felt
like I was on my own
island," said Shouppe. "Then
Coach Garfinkle decided to
keep coach (Joel) Williams
and then they decided to
keep recruiting me."
This wasn't the only
time the Milton senior was
nervous about a football
The first time was when
he injured his knee.

p. .

Matt Shouppe
Milton HS
Signed with
Birmingham Southern
"After I hurt my knee I
thought any chances of play-
ing in college were over,"
said Shouppe, who also
played soccer and participat-
ed in track. "It wasn't easy,
but I didn't get real nervous
about the whole deal either."
Shouppe is definitely a
different type of player,
which is proven by his first
varsity appearance being the
game winning field goal over
Pine Forest three years ago.
"I don't know what hap-
pened," recalled Milton

Head Coach Mike
McMillion. "We had two
kickers at the game and I
decided to put Matt in.
"That jubilation and
excitement fueled a great
career here at Milton."
But the biggest think that
sticks out in his mind is the
game he missed at the end of
his sophomore year with a
tweeked ankle instead of the
game winning field goal.
Shouppe is. a continua-
tion of a list of successful
Milton kickers that include
Lawrence Tynes and Zach
"The amazing thing
about Matt is lie worked a lot
by himself," said McMillion.
"He was very diligent and
committed while other kids
would be going to the beach
on the weekend.
"Matt might have gone
to the beach, but when he got
back he was out there kick-
Some of the dedication
and diligence Shouppe
learned from working one

Milton kicker/punter Matt Shouppe signs a scholarship to play at Birmingham Southern
College next season. Joining him at the signing are his dad Greg, mother, Shelia, and brother
Zach. On the back row are Milton assistant football coaches Kelly Gillis, assistant coach Jeff
Klug, Milton Head Coach Mike McMillion, and Milton Athletic Director Murray Rutledge.
Press Gazette photo by Bill Gamblin

day with Tynes.
"I worked with him my

freshman year," recalled
Shouppe. "It is kind of cool

to say I worked with a Super
Bowl winning kicker."

FYSA Florida Cup comes to Pace

Special to the Press Gazette
The Florida Youth
Soccer Association (FYSA)
announced the final round of
their US Youth Soccer
National Championship
Series Florida State Cup
competitions are being held
May 17-18, 2008 at Santa
Rosa County Soccer
Complex in Pace, Florida.
This year's Championship
weekend features 48 of the
best soccer teams in Florida
vying for the title of State
Champion in each age group
from Under- 13 to Under- 18
for boys and girls. Over 700

players and their families
will be arriving in Santa
Rosa. A list of teams that
have qualified is attached.
"We are looking forward
to holding the Florida State
Cup in Santa Rosa County,"
says Sandy Parker, FYSA
VP of Competition. "Teams
will be arriving from all
around the state and will get
to see the generosity and
graciousness of the people
in that area. We are very
lucky Santa Rosa has agreed
to host our competition."
The Florida State Cup
features the best teams in the

state of Florida with boys
and girls froni Under-13 to
Under-18. Over 300 teams
from across the state started
in this competition and have
been narrowed down to 48.
State Champions advance to
the Southern Regional
Championships in June in
North Carolina and
Regional Champions
advance to the US Youth
Soccer National
Championships in July in
Arkansas. Under-19 boys
and girls teams will also be
participating during
Championship weekend as

they have their preliminary
round matches in Santa
Established in 1974, the
Florida Youth Soccer
Association is the largest
body of its kind in the state,
with approximately 6,900
teams compromised of
106,000 players from 4 to 19
years old. A non-profit
organization, it is an affiliate
of US Youth Soccer and the
United States Soccer
Federation. For additional
information, contact Ed
Thiebe at 407.852.6770 or
go to www.fysa.com.

Royals season

comes to end

sports @srpressgazette.com
For the Jay Royals the
season came to an end much
sooner than they had hoped
Jay was swept Friday
night by defending Class 2A
State Champions North
Florida Christian 3-1 in
game one followed by a 13-1
decision in five innings.
For the Royals they just
couldn't find a break in
Game one.
"We played extra hard in
the first game and it was not
the outcome we had hoped
for," said Jay Head Coach
Jorey Diamond. "I think we
were just emotionally
drained in the second game."
The timely hit is what
Jay lacked in the first game,
while North Florida
Christian appeared to get all
the breaks.
"We were down 2-1 with
a runner on second base with
one out," recalled Diamond.
"Brandt hits a shot down the
third base line that should tie
the game, but the guy on
third lunges and snags the

ball then doubles our rutmer
off second.
"We tried, but we could-
n't get the timely hit and they
appeared to get all the breaks
Friday." ,,
Lait year due to the dis-
trict and regional alignment
Jay and North Florida
Christian would not have
crossed paths until the finals,
but it appears these two
teams could become very
familiar during the post sea-
son unless the districts are
realigned again.
Miles Hammac took the
loss in game one, but when
all was- said and done
Diamond could not have
been prouder of his team.
"After the game I told
the guys how proud I was of
them," said Diamond. "It
was an emotional time and
this group will be very spe-
cial to me since they were
my first team.
"They, stood beside me
and did what I asked them to
do while I was getting broke
in as a head coach and the
seniors did everything I
See JAY Page 2B

Boo Weekley is

21st at Players.

Mother Nature kept the
golfers guessing during the
TPC at Sawgrass in Ponte
Vedra Beach, Fla., this past
weekend at the Players
She also made local
favorite Boo Weekley feel
her sting as well.
Weekley who entered the
final round on Sunday in a
tie for eighth place at 1-
under par saw the weather
toy with his golf ball to the
point he suffered a one
stroke penalty when the
wind moved his ball just
prior to a putt.
The 1992 Milton grad
ended up the tournament in a
tie for 21st after shooting a
final round of 5-over par 77.
Also finishing 21st for
the tournament were Ian
Poulter, Nicholas Thompson,
Woody Austin, Phil
Mickelson, and Stewart
Weekley opened the
tournament with a 2-under
par round of 70 and followed

it up with a 71 "to be at 3-
under on moving day.
Another former Panther
Heath Slocum held on
Sunday by carding a 6-over
par 78 to finish in a tie for
69th with Jesper Parnevik.
Slocum, who opened the
tournament by carding a 69
on Thursday, had trouble fol-
lowing up as she shot over
par the next three rounds.
Bubba Watson missed
the cut after carding a two
round total of 149, which
was 5-over par and two
strokes off the cut.
Sergio Garcia won the
event in a playoff over Paul
Garcia, who started the
final round in third place
carded a 1-under par 71 and
hit a clutch putt on the final
green of regulation to force
the playoff.
Goydos, who started the
tournament by finding water
at No. 17 on Thursday, saw
the same hole dash his hopes
of victory as he found the
water on the famed island

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fun day

Members of the Blackwater Saddle Club held a fun day
at the East Milton Arena on Saturday. (Above) Rachel
Cabrini finishes the pole bending competition after
knocking down a pole on the turn. (Left) Haley
Hancock quickly rides into the arena as she prepares to
complete her pattern during one of the several events
Press Gazette photos
by Bill Gamblin

Wednesday-May 14, 2008

Santa Rosa's Press Gazette


Whiting Field Golf Club
Golf Association
May 10, 2008

A Flight: 1. (tie) Ken
Hoodless and Mike Hutto
(66), 3. Harold Miller (67).
B Flight: 1. (tie) JimNorris
and Larry Tynes (66), 3. (tie)
Harvey Kingsland and Ross
Ritter (68).
C Flight: 1. Pan Hurd (65),
2. Bobby Johnson (66), 3.


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asked of them."
Jay packs up their gear
after a season at 19-6 with
two of the losses coming on
ra i\dt
So .altei the first best
two-of-three regional finals
has Diamond changed his
"I understand the con-
cept the state is going for, but
as a small school I think it
hurts you," said Diamond.
"When you look at teams
like us or Central it is rare to
have two guys who can be a
dominant pitcher.
"Most years you only

have one and then you have
to mix and match, while the
bigger teams are much deep-
Ironically Jay was the
last public school alive in the
Class 2A bracket on Friday,
which is something Diamond
is use to.
"Would it be different if
we played public schools,
sure, but it is never going to
happen," said Diamond.
"We just ignore the topic
with the kids and look at
them as another team
because it has gotten to the
point we know it will never

(tie) Ed Perry and Gary
Ridaught (68).

Dogfight Points
May 11, 2008
A Flight: 1. Pete Keeling
(+11), 2. David Jensen (+8),
3. 9tie) Ken Hoodless and
Jack McDonald (+6).
B Flight: 1. George
Valdespino (+8), 2. Bill
Nipple (+7), 3. Jefe
Jaramillio (+4).

Free Tennis Camp: A
free tennis clinic making the
19th Annual Tennis Across
America Month will be held
at the Milton Campus of
PJC on May 17.
A Beginner/youth camp
will be held from 8 a.m. to
10 a.m. while adults and sen-
iors will be held from 10
a.m. to noon.
Other dates will be May
24 at the PJC Campus in
Pensacola and May 31 at
NAS Pensacola.
Light refreshments will
be available and rackets are
available for loan.
This camp is to promote
tennis as a fun and healthy
For more information
call 623-2911.
Panther Baseball
Camp: The Milton Panther
Baseball program is offering
two camps this summer.
The first camp will be
for ages 7 to 11 and the sec-
ond camp will be for players
age 12 to 15.
Each camp is designed to

teach the fundamentals of
baseball - hitting, fielding,
throwing, base running, and
situational play.
Camp instructors will
include the Milton High
baseball coaches and play-
Camp dates are June 9
through June 12 and the fee
is $100.
Each camper will receive
a camp T-shirt and a person-
al viedo of themselves hit-
ting, fielding, and throwing.
For more information
call the baseball office as
983-5600, ext. 143.
ABATE Bears event
and poker run: The Gulf
Coast Champer of ABATE
of Florida will have their
annual bears event and deal-
er appreciation poker run on
May 10.
Registration is at 9 a.m.
with the first bike out at 11
a.m. and last bike in at 2 p.m.
at Harley Davidson of
The cost to particiapte is
$10 and one new suffed ani-
mal per person.
This event will benefit
Sacred Heart Chgildren's
Hospita. West Flrodia
Hospital, various fire depart-
ments, and Big Brothers/Big
The stuffed animals will
be given to various agencies
for providing comfort to
small children in the commu-
nity.in times of need and cri-
Milton Summer School
Registration: Milton High
School will have summer
school registration on May
22, and May 31.
Sign-ups will be held in
the cafeteria for the first
three sign-up dates starting at
6 p.m.
The final sign-up date
will be May 31 in the gym
from 8 a.m. to 10 a.m.
Registration for summer
school is $75.
For more information
contact Milton High School
at 983-5600.
Futbol Club of Santa
Rosa Adult Soccer
Registration: Registration is
currently underway for Adult

Comuiy 3pot

6v6 soccer. Online registra-
tion is available at the FCSR
w e b s i t e
www.fcsantarosa.com. The
registration fee will be $70
for the 10 week season, with
games on Monday evenings.
For more information please
check the FCSR website or
call 994-KICK.
VFW Golf Tourney:
The Milton Veterans of
Foreign Wars Post 4833 will
be hosting a golf tournament
on May 17 at Tanglewood
Golf and Country Club.
This four-man scramble
is $50 per person with prizes
awarded to the top three
places along with a cash
prize for closest to the pin
and longest drive.
Also you can sponsor a
veteran for a $50 donation
with their name and yours on
a tee sign.
The deadline to enter is
May 12.
An awards dinner will
immediately follow the tour-
nament at the VFW Post on
Carroll Road in Milton.
For more information
call 994-9499 or 623-4833.
Spaghetti dinner: The
Pace High School Football
Boosters will be hosting a
spaghetti dinner prior to the
teams Red and White game
on May 17.
The dinner is $5 a place
and will be served from 4:30
p.m. to 6:30 p.m.
Saturday's scrimmage
will get underway at 7:30
For tickets you can call'
994-9047 or if you need more
information you can visit the
teams website at
Horse Camp
Scholarship: The Happy
Hoofer Horse Camp is offer-
ing students from Santa Rosa
County an opportunity to
apply for a free spot at at
their summer horse camp.
Applicants must submit a
one-page, hand written essay
on 'What Horses Mean to Me."
Boys and girls ages 6 to
16 are eligible and essay are
due by May 20.
Essays need to be mailed
to 9448 Redland Rd. in
Milton, 32538.
For more information e-
mail horsecamp@bell-
Kids athletic camps:
Pensacola Junior College
will be holding kids athlet-
ic camps.
"FUN"damentals Kids'
Basketball Camp, for girls
entering grades 3-7, is 8:30
a.m. to 4 p.m. June 2-5 at
the Pensacola campus. Cost
is $75. For more informa-
tion, contact Coach Chanda
Rigby at 484-1331, crig-
Lady Pirate Basketball
Camp, a high-intensity
skills camp for girls enter-
ing grades 7-12, is 9 a.m. to
3 p.m. June 9-11 at the
Pensacola campus. Cost is
$75. For more information,
contact Coach Chanda
Rigby at 484-1331, crig-
Boy's Basketball
Camp, a fundamental skills
camp for rising third-
graders through ninth-
graders, is 8 a.m. to 4 p.m.
June 23-26 at the Pensacola
campus. Cost is $100 with
lunch, $80 without. For
more information, contact
Coach Paul Swanson at
4 8 4 - 1 3 0 3 ,
PJC Volleyball Camp for
Girls is 8:30 a.m. to noon
July 14-17 at the PJC Milton

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campus. Cost is $85 per
camper and includes a camp
T-shirt, notebook and DVD
of campers doing drills. For
more information, contact
Coach Pete Pena at 484-
1344, ppena@pjc.edu.
Championship Softball
Camp, for girls ages 7 to
girls entering 12th grade, is
8:30 a.m. to noon July 21-24
at the PJC Softball Complex
on the Milton campus. Cost
is $80 per camper and
includes a camp T-shirt.
Campers must bring their
own gloves. For more infor-
mation, contact Coach
Brenda Pena at 484-1332,
To register, contact the
individual coaches or call
Reggie Evans
Southeastern Jam: The.
Southern Youth Sports
Association will host the
Reggie Evans Southeastern
Jam May 23 through May
This tournament will be
open to Boys and girls team
U-10 to U-17 with three
games guaranteed.
Featured guests will
include Reggie Evans, Lady
Comfort of the L.A. Sparks,
Alex Gordon, Ralph Mims,
and Jason Rich.
' Team entry fee is $275.
For more information
call 777-0165, 602-3464,
390-3682, or 723-9087.
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 foot-
ball, 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. 29.
Stetson University
Hoops Camp: Derek
University Boy's
Basketball Camp from
June 22 to August 6.
Five different camps
are being offered cover-
ing individual skills,
shooting, and position.
For dates and more
information you can con-
tact Stetson University
at 386-822-8101 or visit
them on the web at
Central Florida
Fastpitch Camp:
Central . Florida
University is holding
three different fastpitch
softball camps.
These camps will
run frm June 8 to June
19 and cover
offense/defense. and a
general day camp.
For more information on
this camp call 407-823-4298
or visit them on the web at
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found at
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'Things to Do'.
There you can check on
activities by zip code or
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Church collects for Velvie Fund

Recently, Robert
Hatfield received a check
from Randy Wiggins, treas-
urer, of Chumuckla United
Methodist Church in the
amount of $4,500. When 85
year-old Velvie Hatfield, a
faithful member of the
church suffered fatal bums
following a fire at her home,
the church family launched
the "Velvie Fund."
Throughout the Chumuckla
community, people raised
funds, which now go to
Velvie's family to help them
in the aftermath of the tragic
death of Velvie and the
destruction of her home.
In addition to the check,
Robert and his wife,
Christine, were given prayer
shawls' from the church.

These were very special to them as Velvie had hugged and prayed over each of them at a spe-
cial service ,prior to the her accident. Additional prayer shawls have been given to Velvie's
daughters and son-in-law-'Faye, Christine and Carlos.
Velvie's children and church family would like to thank everyone who contributed to the
Velvie Fund.

Church celebrates 40 Years

Chumuckla Pentecostal
Holiness Church will cele-
brate their 40th
Homecoming on Sunday,
May 18. The service begins
at 10 a.m. and will be fol-
lowed by Dinner. The church
is located at 2841 Highway
The Gospel Four will
bless all with their singing.
* Rev. Fred Lang will bring the
message. Everyone is wel-
come to come and join in the
celebration! Please bring a
covered dish.

For more information,
contact Rev. Ira & Sister Jo
Decker at 994-5444.

"Whoso offereth praise glorifieth me: and to him
that ordereth his conversation aright will I shew
the salvation of God." - Psalm 50:23

Clothes Closet will open

Milton First Assembly
of God Church located at
6163 DognIood Boule'ard
will open their Clothes

Closet on Fnday, May 16
from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Those
in need are weleome!

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Air Force Airman Jared
A. Cassady has graduates
from basic military training
at Lackland Air Force Base
San Antonio, Texas.
During the six weeks o
training, the airman studied
the Air Force mission, organ
ization, and military custom:
and courtesies; performed
drill and ceremony marches
and received physical train
ing, rifle marksmanship

field training exercises, and
special training in human
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 Barbara
Brock of Basswood Road,
Port St. Joe, Fla., and Gene
Cassady of Rowe Trail, Pace,
d Fla. Cassady is a 2006
d graduate of Port St. Joe High
f becomes Marine
d (FHTNC) - Marine
- Corps Pvt. Cory M. Hagwell,
s a 2006 graduate of East Hill
d Christian High School,
, Pensacola, Fla., recently
- completed 12 weeks of basic
, training at Marine Corps

Recruit Depot, Parris Island,
SC., designed to challenge
new Marine recruits both
physically and mentally.
Hagwell and fellow
recruits began their training
at 5 a. m., by running three,
miles and performing calis-
thenics. In addition to the
physical conditioning pro-
gram, Hagwell spent numer-
ous hours in classroom and
field assignments, which
included learning first aid,
uniform regulations,' combat
water survival, marksman-
ship, hand-to-hand combat
and assorted weapons train-
ing. They performed close
order drill and operated as a
small infantry unit during
field training.
Hagwell and other
recruits also received
instruction on the Marine
Corps' core values-honor,

* courage' and commitment,
and what the core values
mean in guiding personal
and professional conduct.
Hagwell and fellow
recruits ended the training
phase with The Crucible, a
54-hour, team evolution cul-
minating in an emotional
ceremony in which recruits
are presented the Marine
Corps Emblem, and
addressed as "Marines" for
the first time in their careers.

Jones will join
, the Army
Damien" T. Jones has
joined the United States
Army under the Delayed
Entry Program. The program
gives young men and women
the opportunity to delay
entering active duty for up to
one year.

The enlistment gives
the new soldier the option to
learn a new skill, travel and
become eligible to receive as
much as $50,000 toward a
college education. After
completion of basic military
training, soldiers receive
advanced individual training
in their career job specialty
prior to being assigned to
their first permanent duty
The recruit qualifies for
a $6,000 enlistment bonus.
Jones will report to Fort
Sill, Lawton, Okla., for basic
training in July 2008.
He is the son of Amber
L. Barnes of Judy Drive,
Milton, Fla.

Land graduates
Army Pfc. Meagan K.
Land has graduated from
basic combat training at Fort

Jackson, Columbia, SC.
During the nine weeks
of training, the soldier stud-
ied the Army mission, histo-
ry, tradition and core values,
physical fitness, and
received instruction and
practice in basic combat
skills, military weapons,
chemical warfare and bayo-
net training, drill and cere-
mony, marching, rifle marks-
manship, armed and
unarmed combat, map read-
ing, field tactics, military
courtesy, military justice sys-
tem, basic first aid, foot
marches, and field training
Land graduated in 2004
from Pace High School, Fla.
and received an associate
degree in 2006 from
Pensacola Junior College,
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a s- ni\ee:lti column ans%%ering \our
questions ti ith Biblical ans ers about lite

Pastor Gallups, "You hear 'Christian this, Christian
that, all the time - for example ... "We are a Christian
Nation, that is a Christian College, I like Christian music,"
etc. What makes all these things truly Christian? Is the
word and definition "Christian" being overused?" J. T.
Dear J. T.,
To define something as "Christian" would generally
mean that it is distinctly and only about or having to do
with Jesus Christ, The Word of God and/or the things of
God. This definition of something being "Christian" usu-
ally is an inference that it is not "secular" or "worldly" -
that is.. .having NOTHING to do with God. Thus, we
say that it is "secular" music as opposed to "Christian
music" or a "secular" College as opposed to a "Christian"
The strictest definition of a Christian nation or
Christian college or Christian music would mean that only
true- born again believers established and inhabit a nation,
or attend a certain college or sing certain music. Of
course, using this definition, there really is no such thing,
then, as a "Christian nation", for example.
There may be Christians in a nation. There may be
Christians in a college and the College may teach religious
subjects, but that does not make the college or nation
"Christian" in the strictest sense. There may be songs
about Jesus, but that does not necessarily make it
"Christian" nor guarantee that it will only be sung by
Christians nor does it guarantee that the words about Jesus
are even Biblically correct.
In Acts 11:26 - "The disciples were called Christians
first in Antioch." "Disciple" simply means "follower." But
the word "Christian" meant - a distinct representative of
Jesus who claimed a "personal relationship" with Him
through a born-again experience:
Yes, the term "Christian" is probably overused and
often misunderstood. Personally, however, I rejoice to see
the emphasis on Christian rather than "secular." Still, I
caution true believers to "test" everything ... just because
it claims to be "Christian" does not necessarily mean that
it truly and Biblically exalts Jesus Christ.
Carl Gallups is the Pastor of Hickory Hammock Baptist Church. in Milton. He has a Bachelor
of Science degree fiom Florida State University, and a Master of Divinity from The New Orleans
Baptist Theological Seminary. He has been pastor of HHBC since 1987. He serves as an
International Youth Evangelist for the Southent Baptist Convention preaching all over the U\S. and
Canadi. For more information about HHBC, call 623-8959 or 626-8951, fax:623-0197. If you have
any questions for Ask The Preacher, send it to: Ask The Preacher, Hickory Hammock Baptist
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The following Vehicle(s) are/is Legal 5/511
being held for the above NOTICE TO
claimed lien: CULVER
� Year 1997 Make NISS Notice is her.
Model 4DR Board of Cou
of Santa Ros,
VIN# 1N4ABU31D5VC126589 will receive ss

The registered and/or legal
owners are:
32485-A HWY90
SEMINOLE, AL 36574-0000
Amount to towing is $100.00,
Lien Filing Fee of $300.00
Storage Charaes of $0 as of
MAYT, 2008, plus additional
storage fee of $0 per day plus
sales oax.

he date of sale to
Body and the ve-
e surrendered to
e is in accordance
te 713.78.


eby given that the
nty commissioners
a County, Florid,
eoled bids for Cul-

Specifications and bid form
may be secured from Santa
Rosa County Website
(www.santarosa.tl.gov/bidsl or
at the Santa Rosa County Pro-
curement Department at the
Above address. Telephone
(850) 983-1833.
All bids must be original and
delivered by hand Fed Ex, or
mail to the Santa Rosa County
Procurement Department, 6495
Caroline Street Suite G, Milton,
Florida, 3257d and must be re-
ceived by 10:0d a.m. June 3
2008, af which lime bids will
be opened and read aloud.
Bids received after the time set
for the bid opening will be re-
jected and returned unopened

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ERTS.' bld , 6.cejd h.,l ihe
time set for the bid opening will
be rejected and returned uno-
pened to the bidder.
Questions concerning this
equipment should be directed to
Mr. Tom Collins at (850)
The Board of County Commis-
sioners reserves the right to
waive irregularities in bids, to
reject any or all bids with or
without cause, and to award
the bid that it determines to be
in the best interest of Santa
Rosa County.
All prices are firm for a period
of one year. After one year, the
County may approve the option
of renewing the contract at the
san e or lessor price for a pe-
riod not to exceed two years
with the agreement of the bid-

Santa Rosa County does not dis-
criminate on the basis of race,
color, national oriin, sex, reli-
gion, age, or handicapped sta-
us in employment or provision
of service.
By order of the Board of County
Commissioners of Santa Rosa
County, Florida.

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References avail
upon reques
Call: 994623

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All types of fencing in-
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Specializing in privacy
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36 Sprinc Clean Ups
SLea Removal
Fence Lines
Large Yards
Small Yards
Brush Hogging
Free Estimates
Reasonably Priced
We also do concrete
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nry Call 494-6687
on Greenmile Lawn
Tractor Service
Con- & Land Clearing
Boxes, Complete lawn mainte-
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iae Lprep, bushhoqging,
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es Free Estimates
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Corded & cordless tools,
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tools pool pumps and
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and Sat. 7 a.m.-3 p.m.

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Painting &
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*Pressure cleaning
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*Carpentry work (crown
molding, paneling
install cabnits, build
decks, trim, base &
* Residential
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over 30 years.
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Stewart's Tractor
Works & Land
Tree & stump removal,
Debris removal & storm
cleanup, bush hogging&
discing backhoe wor,
demolition & hauling
516-1801 or 675-4291
Licensed & Insured

Fournier's Tree
Service & Stump
Free Estimates
Best price guaranteed I
15 / Senior Citizen
Specializing in hard to
reach areas, any size
stump removal & root
pruning. Licensed &
insured. B50-292-9192
Family owned and
Pace & Milton

Page's Tree
Trim, cut & remove.
Call 626-2159
(if no answer please
leave message)

R & L Tree
Santa Rosa County
Trimming, running, haul-
ing, land clearing, tree
removal. Dangerous
Trees Our Specialty.
Building demolition.
Licensed & Insured
35 yrs. of experience
623.2720 or313-6194

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Wednesday-May 14, 2008

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Ni e wi 1 To aood home.o 6 weeks
a Apctn old"& litter box trained.
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. ..e.o... consuming 'do 3100- Antiques
c., eiaqr nt i pave 3110 - Appliances
Sf. bank facility 3120 - Arts & Crafts
. ruce with drive 3130 - Auctions
i,, , .11 ., and associated 3140 - Baby Items
S inagmen a 3150 - Building Supplies
, . 5 Irineeet, Miton. 316p - Business
ii.e i.e11 Le a substantial re- Equipment
i . pervios area. 3170 - Collectibles
Srli,'.',. #2, 473 received 3180 - Computers
rI I r. 208 from Santa - ni
a S..:,,; taor an expansion 3190 - Elecronic
I Bnn/lII Elementary School 3200 - Firewood
campus at 4900 BerryFill Road, 3220 - Furniture
MiNon, including a new educ- 3230 - Garage/Yard Sales
fiono building, an expanded 3 G
ri ofrrBerryilla, 3250 - Good Things to Eat
and stormwater management to- 3260 - Health &Fitness
cilitis. received 3270 - Jewelry/Clothing
ic y io#e 8 3 ,Watereri ed 3280 - Machinery/
Point, LL tar development o Equipment
Wotertord t'ointe Subdiision, a 3290 - Medical Equipment
236 lot single family residential 3300 - Miscellaneous
subdivision on 105.418 acres 3310- Musical Instruments
with rood conn ti ns, paved lant& Srus/
streets with curb and gnuter. and 320 - Plants & Shrubs/
o stormwater management sys Supplies
ternm, located at the corner of 3330 - Restaurant/Hotel
tt. 87 and Hwy. 89 in Point 3340 - Sporting Goods
B r. r 3350 - Tickets (Buy & Sell)
Interested persons p ay com-
ment upon these applications or
submit a written request taor a
stalt report containing proposed ANTIQU
agency action reading te ap-
plicatiop by writing the Nort 1 3100
west Flriaa Water Manage-,
ment Districts ERP Office, 8 1947 Model M John
Hospital Dr., Crestview, FL. Deere Tractor. Wide
Such comments or requests must front end with original
be received by 5:00 ps m front end with original
within 14 days from date ao equipment. Will trade for
oublgcation. John Deere Gator;
o further public notice will be hugler Supreme casting
provided regarding these app i-re in orin a box;
cautions. Persons wishirg to ie- reel in original bbox;
main advised of urthr pro- handmade splitbamboo
ceedingshor to receive copy fly rod. Made in
the technical Staff Report
should request that in writing to hina.623-6693
the address above orby e-mail
EraPermits@nwfwmd.state.fl.us. A
Substantially affected persons m
are entitled to request an admin 3310
istrative hearing, pursuant to Ti-
SIe 28, Florida Administrative Lisa Clyatt
Code, regarding the proposed
agency action by submiting a ,...
written ffrequest after reviewing
the staff report.
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5/518 Big Garage Sale
eMany items to choose.
Legal 5/513c May 16th-17th, 8am-?
Legal 5513 5569 Russell Drive,
Notice of Sale Milton (off Berryhill Road)
Henry and Judy Griffin 6731 Something for everyone!
Trammel Drive Milton, Florida, Friday & Saturday
intends to offer r sale a 72o & ri.t
14-oot x 76-oot, Venture Man- Ashborough Court
ufacturing Company mobile (off Dogwood Drive)
home VIN# 9am until 2pm
M1FIdAF072513875. ym_ _ _
The owner of the mobile home GIGANTIC
is Lisa Renee Emmons, whose Yard Sale
last known address was 11244 Fish Fry/Bake Sle
Fisher Od Mll Rod a ilton, at., May 17 th
Santa Rosa County, Flaria. New Testament Church,
The location of the public sole Glover Lane. 8am-?
will be held at 6715 Trammel Dinners-$5.00
Drive Milton Florida, on May
29, A"008, ait11:O0 a.m. (includes dessert & tea)
Drawing for cake
The sale will be conducted by held every hour.
Mark Autrey, auctioneer. The
terms and conditions governing Multi Family
conductor the sae are that the
mobile home wilo be sold "os s" Sat.-.7th-8arn?
for cash in-hand to the highest 4072 Driskell Road.
dde- Minimum accep Tools, fishing/sportin
bids shal be $500. This sale is c, fishing sport
to be "without reserve." The goods, furniture, appnd-
Seller reserves the right to bid dances, household items,
Seller reserves the right to . t
chang te trmsand condi tqes. Too much to list.
tions or this sae.
Prior to sale, this .mobile home
will be located at 6715 Trm-
mel Drive, Milton, Florida
whereby it may be i insect s
between Me hours of 8: a.m.
to 5:00 p.m. Monday through'
The purpose of this sale is due
the abandonment of the mobile
home by its owner. This sale
Start. 20081. This sale has
been scheduled pursuant to no-
tice served on Lisa Renee ta
Emmons, mailed to the care of anta
Pam Rice, 11244 Fisher Old
Mill Road, Milton, Florida,
32583. More than 15 days D you want a car
have elapsed since the notice
was mailed and he property re- Are you a motivat
mains abandoned.
Dated this 9th day of May yes and yes, take
2008. Freedom wants m(
Aorney for Henry and Judy ACCOUnt Executive
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Classes begin May 19th.
For information,
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Autumn Run
Neighborhood Sale
Sat., May 17th
8am until 3pm
(Quintette & Woodbine)
Sat., May T7th
7:30 am unit 12:00pm
7378 Copter Lane-Milton
(near Whiting Field)
Saturday 5/17
7am-11 lam
5903 Rglling Green Dr.
Hide-a-bed couch, chair.
2 lazy boys, futon, pool
table, jewelry, toys
and misc.
5700 Windham Road
in Milton (at 3-way stop)
7am-?, Antique oak
table, futon, chairs,
tables, books.
Lots of miscellaneous.
Saturday, 5-17-08
4754 Praline Lane, Pace,
Florida. Household items,
clothes some furniture.
7am- 2pm
Western Books
.50 & $1.00
4320 Reinsma Road
Fri. 16th & Sat. 17th
Fri. May 16, 7am-4pm
Sat. May 17, 7am-noon.
4532 Church Street
in Bagdad

Tractor for sale: 25HP
2WD with mower. Excel-
lent condition 5200

6'4" Fish surfboard
shaped by Watercooled.
Please call 850
Electric stove-$75,
Extension ladder
124 ft.-like new)-$85
able saw [radial
arm)-$65, 14' boat &
motor trailer-$1 200
Swimming poosand
pump-$30, Tires
different sizes-$5 each,
995-5050 or 723-5612
New mobile video in a
bag 5" LCD monitor
plays movies and video
games. Cost $300. .Sell
$100. New as fire pit.
Cost $200. Sell $75.
Scooter Wheelchair
$1,500. Barely used,
less than 1 year old.
Table/3 chairs-$50,
recliner-$25, car refriger-
ator-$40 coffee table &
2 end tables-$25. Call
6234270 (leave mes-
Old roofing tin. Will pick
up. 983-8042
WOW! What a deal
Complete Hot Tub set-up.
Cabinet and cover in-
cluded. Must Seel Call:

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

a1 4100
FT position for large law
firm in Okaloosa County-
office. Strong bookkeep-
ing, computer proficiency
and QuickBooks experi-
ence required. Law firm
experience and PC Law
Soware experience pre-
ferred. Management
skills and billing experi-
ence helpful. Salary com-
mensurate with experi-
ence. Email resumes to
Web id #27805522

Bob's Canoes.
Accepting applications
for summer obs.

Care-giver needed.
Needed for weekends
and occasion back up.
Chiropractic office
needs P/T reception-
ist/therapy tech. Exp.
preferred or train right
person. Fax resume
Exp. P/T Massage ther-
apist chiropractic office.
Fax resume
needed in Milton/
Pensacola areas.
Yard Help
for landscape supply
company. Good drivers
license and forklift experi-
ence a plus. Monday -
Friday 8am-5pm Satur-
day 8am-12pm. Starting
pay $8.00 hr.

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6100 - Business/
6110 - Apartments
6120- Beach Rentals
6130 - Condo/Townhouse
6140 - House Rentals
6150 - Roommate Wanted
6160 - Rooms for Rent
6170- Mobile Home/Lot
6180 - Out-of-Town Rentals
6190 - TImeshare Rentals
6200 - Vacation Rentals


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Tractor Service
-Complete lawn maintenance
-Debris clean-up -Lot prep
-Bushhogging -Hauling
-Spring clean-up
Free Estimates
Licensed & Insured

Tree &,, Stump Removal
Debrins Rrmo.ial & S orm Clean-Up
Bu,,.- Hogging & O-Dicng Din VVork
Dem lision & Hauling
Food PIo0s
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* Bricks, Block's & Concrete
- Brick Mail Boxes
SKnee Walls
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All Types of Fences
New Installation and Repairs.
Specializing in Privacy Fences
Our privacy lences are build wvitl SCREWS
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* Plant Beds o Tractor work
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Milton Office Space
for lease.
4-Offices, various sizes
$350 & up includes utili-
ties. 850-2554004
Warehouse space

Milton Warehouse
Space Available, Huge
Building can
App. 600 sq ft for $250
App. 900 sq ft for $375
App 1400 sq ft for $575
App 1700 sq ft for $775
App 2000 sq ft for $900
App 3000 sq f for

I Bedroom unfurnished aart-
merit. Great for seniors $400
month plus deposit. 62 287
If no answer leave message.
1/1 $600 plus dep.,
2/1 (second floor)
$700 plus dep.
Inlcudes utilities.
For information,
call 960-1397
Apartment for Rent
I bedroom, furnished.
Small animals accepted
(under 30 lbs.) $650
month, $100 pet deposit
non-refundable 1 st&
last. Utilities inc uded.
except phone) Call
Apartments. 3 different
locations. We have
efficiencies, 1 Bdrms,
2 Bdrms. $350 Dep.
1st month rent only $400
for any apartment.
NO DOGSI Mention this
ad for discount prices.
1/1 Near Whiting Field.
Non-smoking environ-
ment. No pets.
$300/mth 623-0494
2/1 N. Milton Area
$485. month
2/BR 1/BA $575/mth
1/BR 1/BA$500/mth
Deposit $250 includes
water and trash pick up.
No pets. Call 983-2969
Newer 3 BR/1 BA
duplex. All ceramic tile.
Stove. Fridge. Inside
laundry room. Attached
shed. Nice neighbor-
hood. Non-smoking unit.
$675 -month. 626-2928.
Newly refurbished du-
plex- 2 bedroom, 1 bath,,
refrigerator, D.W., stove,
W/D hookups. 6463
Maddox Road Milton.
$550 mth./$500 de-
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Waterfront Milton Milton
Apartment 3/BR 2/BA. 2/2 - total electric.
2 bedrooms, total electric Newly remodeled. Dishwasher, etc.
with Jacuzzi and built-in Fenced-in backyard. East Gate Mobile
BBQ pit. (furnished or un- $800/mth. $800/dep. Home Ranch
furnished) 626-8973 501-6220 or 686-0602 626-8973

*3/2 Home,
4821 Makenna Cir. in
Pace. $1,200.
*4/2 Home
7035 Marissa Point Rd.
in Milton. $1,400.
*3/2 Home
4981 Marcus Cir. in
Pace. $800.
*2/2 Home
7867 5 Airport Rd. in
E. Milton. $825.
*3/2 Home
3868 Sun Valley Ct. in
Milton. $875.
Santa Rosa Realty

2 BR House in Berryhill
school district. $650
4 BR 2 1/2 Bath
Townhouse in Cottage
Woods. $950 mth.
Highway commercial.
East Milton 2,000 sq.
ft. $900 mth.
Blumac Realty, Inc.
Both Near Mulat.
and N. 14th
4/2, 1700 s. ft. $850
plus deposit; 1, 1000
sq. ft. $750. pus
deposit. 2064440
East Milton
1 bedroom, near water.
Pets ok. $400. month.
No deposit. 626-9844
East Milton
3 bedroom 1 1/2 bath
home. 1,000 sq. ft. with
tiles floors, 1 car garage
on 1 acre. Pets ok.
$800 mo. $600 dep. ,
House for Rent
5561 Hill Street
3 or 4 bedrooms/1 bath.
Cotta e style with fenced
ard. 850. month,
850. deposit. (pets ok -
250 dep.) 983-2288 or
2 New brick homes
1,450 Sq Ft, 3BD/2BA,
oversized garage,
fenced back yard, all
stainless steer appliances,
with refrigerator and
W/D, wooden blinds,
1 year lease negotiable
wh military. $1,000mo
/$850 dep, pet deposit;
3 minutes Milton, 12 min-
utes Pensacola.
850-267-0440 or

North Milton
3/BR, 1/BA$650/mth
$300/dep. or 3/BR
2/BA $600/mth

3/3 Large doublewide
1800 sq ft. Oak shaded
yard, quiet street, spot-
less. $895/mth plus se-
curity. 877-511-0624
Unfurnished Houses
6 available. 3 and 4
bedrooms. Ranging in
price $550 to $650. All
Deposits $400. Skyline,
Round-Up Valley, Behind
Milton High Scrool.
255-1459 or 994-0179

Long or short term.
Quiet, non-smoking
environment- 3/2.
Free Maid Service.
$295. month.
Munson Highway
(by Short Stop.
Spacious, brick home.
3/2-CH& A, DW, satel-
lite garage. Fully fur-
nished 16 acres with fish
pond) $600 month co-
vers everything . $150
deposit. Call 83-6197
before 6-1-08
Roommate Wanted
Share house - $550.
month. Utilities included.
Furnished or unfurnished.
Chumuckla area. Enjoy
beautiful country living,
20 minutes to Pace.
$250. deposit. Safe
neighborhood, good
schools. 995-7803

2 bed/1 bath
Mobile Home For Rent
Garbage furnished.
$50 month, $550 dep.
554-2388 or 626-3454
Rentals 2 & 3 bed-
rooms. $400-$650 per
month.Section 8/Hud ac-
cepted. Call 994-5703
1 Mile south of Whiting
Field. 2/BR, with air,
covered entry & all elec-
tric. Just remodeled,
washer hook up.
$400/mth $300/dep.
unfurnished. Includes gar-
bage pick up. No pets.

In Pollard Park
Total electric. No pets.
$435. month/$200.
deposit. Water and aor-
bage included. Bay Crest
Really. 994-7918
Motorhome Travel Trailer
space for rent. Water,
sewer, ower & garbage
included. Located off
Bagdad Hwy. in Milton
$425 month. Fenced
yard. No deposit but
lease required. Call
Quiet Park 2006
2/BR 2/BA. No Pets,
non-smoking. $545 per
month plus deposit.

2/Quiet2, 1& CleX80.an 3/tar
eCHectric. No pets.
$585.month/$300 de-
posit. Bay Crest Realty

Quiet & Clean 3/2,
CH/A Covered porch.
$525/mth, includes
water, garbage & sewer.
Off Avalon Blvd
2/BR, covered entry, all
electric, CH/A, just re-
modeled. Water & gar-
bage included.
$425/mth $300/dep.
No pets. 623-8753
Off Da Lisa Road
3/2 single wide. Total
electric, no pets.$575.
month/$300 deposit.
6538 Pearl Riley. Bay
Crest Realty 994-7918
1/1 in park.
$435/mth $200/dep.
No pets.Water and gar-
bage furnished.
Bay Crest Realty
1999, 4 bedroom;/2
bath with fenced yard.
Dishwasher, covered
porches and shed. $700.
rent/$700 deposit.
3/BR 2/BA doublewide,
4832 Guernsey Rd.
$750/mth $500/dep.
No pets, total electric.
Bay Crest Realty


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