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Title: The Santa Rosa press gazette
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Creator: Santa Rosa press gazette
Publisher: Milton Newspapers, Inc.
Milton Newspapers
Place of Publication: Milton Fla
Publication Date: June 25, 2008
Copyright Date: 2009
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County is national retail leader

07 Santa Rosa Commons and Publix put Santa Rosa on the map

jsenter@srpressgazette. corn
Shoppers in Santa Rosa
will soon have a lot more
options right here in our
county. The Santa Rosa
Commons expects to be up
and running, full of shops
catering to various needs, by

summer. With the price of
gas on a steady rise, local
shopping options may be a
boon for those who want'to
save money spent on travel-
ing to the malls in Pensacola.
According to Tim Daher,
President of MLP
Construction Management

out of St. Louis, Missouri,
PetSmart is scheduled to
open on August 4 and the
other shops in the Pace shop-
ping plaza will be following
suit soon after. "'Everything
should be up and running
around the first week or so of
August. We don't have a

definitive date for the open-
ing of Publix yet. We do
know when we will be turn-
ing the store over to them,
but we aren't sure of the
schedule they have with set-
ting up the store, hiring, and
stocking the shelves," says

Daher says the list of
stores opening near Target in
the Santa Rosa Commons
just in time for school shop-
ping will include PetSmart,
Shoe Carnival, TJ Maxx,
Maurice's (a women's dress
shop), Rue 21 (a teen cloth-
ing store), and Publix.

"Everything will be up and
running by summer. We are
pushing for opening for back
to school shopping and this
will be a great alternative to
driving out of the county for
this year's shopping," says



issued in


CLSix area businesses
cited for selling to
underage customers
Six area businesses were
cited for selling alcohol to
The stores that were
checked and cited by offi-
cers were:
M Tom Thumb on
M Parade Store on
Avalon Bowling
Fillups on Avalon
Circle K at Highway
90 and 197
Penny Pantry on
Highway 90
The checks and citations
were issued by the Sheriff's
Department which was
working with agents from
the Division of Alcoholic
Beverages and Tobacco to
do "test buys."
Efforts such as these are
done to help curb the sales
of alcohol to underage indi-
viduals in Santa Rosa
Seven businesses were
checked in the Avalon
Boulevard area with four
notices to appear being
issued to the store's clerk for
selling alcohol to a person
under 21 years of age.
Later they checked the
stores in the Pace area from
Woodbine Road to Pea
Ridge. In this area 21
attempts were made with
two notices to appear being
issued to store's clerk.
All of the individuals
that were issued a notice to
appear are required to
appear in Santa Rosa Court
on a misdemeanor criminal
charge of selling alcohol to
a person under 21 years of
Sheriff Wendell Hall
and his personnel will con-
tinue these efforts along
with the ABT agents in
order to curb the consump-
tion of alcohol by Santa
Rosa County's youth;
according to Sgt. Scott
Haines with the Santa Rosa
County Sheriff's Office.

All eyes on

the primary

0 Ballots are set for Aug. 26

election in Santa Rosa County

bgaiblin@srpressgazette. cor
Friday marked the final
day for candidates to qualify
for the upcoming August 26
primary in Florida.
Some candidates are not
facing opposition in the
upcoming election, but there
are some, which could draw
a great deal of interest by
"When you start getting
three or more people running
for an office that race can
generate a lot of interest,"
said Santa Rosa County
Supervisor of Elections Ann
Races with three or more
candidates set for the August
primary are Santa Rosa Tax
Collector, Santa Rosa
County Sheriff, Santa Rosa
County Commissioner races
in Districts One and Five,
and the District Two seat on'
the Santa Rosa County
School Board.
Ironically three of the
races will see primary voting
by those in the county who
are registered Republican.
In the Santa Rosa
County Tax Collector's race
and the County
Commissioners race for
District One there are oppo-
sition for the General
Election in November that
will appear on the ballot.
The Santa Rosa County
Sheriff's Office will have
something slightly different,
as there will be two write-in
candidates participating in
Florida allows for a uni-
versal election unless there is
opposition from a second
party candidate or a write-in
Three Republicans are
seeking the District Five seat
on the Santa Rosa County
Commission, so it will have
a universal primary open to
all voters.
According to
Bodenstein, 8Stacia LaDue,
who is running with no party'
affiliation paid the fee
instead of collecting signa-
tures to appear on the ballot,
while the two write-in

2008 Santa Rosa
Qualified Candidates
for County Offices
Clerk of the Circuit Court:
Mary M. Johnson (R)
Property Appraiser:
Gregory S. Brown (R)
Tax Collector
Theresa K. Booker (R)
Sharon F. Holley (R)
Robert McClure (R),
Jeff Sessions (R)
Stan Colie Nichols (R)
Danny Holt (D)
Supervisor of Elections:
Ann W. Bodenstein (R)
Wendell Hall (R), .
Jeffery Van Camp (R)
Robert Randle (R)
Chris Roper (R)
Paul F. Johnson (write-in)
William R. Cutts (write-in)
Commissioner District 1
Clayton M. Miller (R)
Thomas F. Stewart (R)
Samuel Cleaver (R)
Jim Williamson (R)
Stacia LaDue (NPA)
Commissioner District 3
W.D.J"Don" Salter (R)
Marvin Fowler (R)
Commissioner District 5
John Broxson -(R)'
Lauretta Aiken (R)
Lane Lynchard (R)
School Superintendent
Grady H. "Herb" Cannon (R)
Timpthy S. Wyrosdick (R)
School Board District 2
Hugh Winkles NP
Brenda Martin NP
James E. Brown NP
School Board District 4
Jo Ann Simpson NP
County Judge Group 2
Ross L. Bilbrey NP


.- County prepares for Fourth of July

i By BILL GAMBLIN Commerce is pre-register- ized unit/float or $5 per Starting Friday clues will be charged for the bike
v <*t ing those who wish to par- individual entry/walker. will be released for the Lost show and 17 categories will Plans are underway in ticipate. An awards presentation Treasure Hunt in Milton. be awarded trophies,

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A Freedom paper
JII im Fletcher,
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Santa Rosa County for
America's Birthday
Celebration on July 4.
This year Santa Rosa
County is adding a few new
twists to what is a normal
part of the celebration.
Thursday night, July 3,
Milton will be holding a Stars
and Stripes parade at 7 p.m.
In preparation for this
event the Santa Rosa
County Chamber of

The parade will start at
Milton High School and
travel south on Stewart
Street to Berryhill Road,
then take Willing Street to
Pine Street where the
parade will conclude.
Registrations will be
accepted at the Santa Rosa
County Chamber offices
until noon on Tuesday, July
A fee of $20 per motor-

will be held afterwards at
the Blackwater Grill.
"We are really excited
about this parade," said
Santa Rosa County
Chamber Executive
Director Donna Tucker.
"We are looking forward to
what this and the other
events we are adding to the
July 4th Riverfest
Celebration will do for the

Clues will be made
available in .the Press
Gazette and its website
along with the Santa Rosa
Chamber's Website
On Friday, July 4, the
seventh annual Firecracker
Bike Show and Freedom
Car Show will be held from
9 a.m. to noon.
A $10 registration fee

including People's Choice.
The Freedom Car Show
registration is free with
awards to be presented on
Tucker noted there will
be a treasure island chil-
dren activity area, a
Celebration Boat Parade,
and a great deal of enter-
tainment and food leading
up to the annual
See FOURTH Page 5A

Skaters from across Santa Rosa Counlt celebrated
National Skateboarding Da, at the Millon Skate Park.
Roughl\ 300 boarders participated in a da, of fun and

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Pane 2-A Santo Rosa's Pross Gazette Wednesday-June 2!l, 2008




Monday, 2:53 p.m.
Hi, I would like to know
why men and women are
treated differently. Women
can be on crack, meth,
smoke marijuana, and be
drinking when they call the
law and her husband goes to
jail. She calls the law and
the man goes to jail even
though she tried to kill him
with four butcher knives. I
would like to know what is
wrong with our State's
Attorney in Santa Rosa
County. This is Francis.

Sunday, 9:42 a.m.
Yes my name is Leo. I
called a few weeks back and
asked about how much oil
we exported and you were
able to answer my question.
Now I would like to know
how many underground oil
storage facilities do we
have full of oil and how
many storage tanks across
the United States are full of
oil. Thank you.

Saturday, 4:35 p.m.
Can you believe it, the
fat lady has not sung yet
says Anderson. We need
Florida Tax Watch to come
in and take a look at Santa
Rosa County too. Those
guys don't do the will of the-
people and what they want
them to do. We want them
to cut back and save money,
period, end of story. I guess
we are going to have to do it
at election time ourselves.

Saturday 1:57 p.m.
This is Joyce from
Milton. In Saturday's Press
Gazette where the births are
listed for Santa Rosa
County you missed 23
births. Twenty of those
births were to unwed par-
ents. Where are the morals
of our county and our coun-
try going? Where are the
parents of these kids who
are getting pregnant? How
much state money is being
spent with WIC, food
stamps, and welfare are we
as citizens paying for the
kids out there getting preg-
nant. What can be done?
Lets stand up Santa Rosa
County and do something
about all these unwed preg-

Saturday, 12:08 p.m.
This is in response to
the first item in the Santa
Rosa Press Gazette on
Saturday. I wonder how the
caller thinks we get oil and
gas. He must think the gas
fairy brings it. We have to
drill or pay $8 a gallon for

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

Get Smart (PG-13)
12:40 3:55 5:40 6:55 8:15
The Love Guru (PG 13)
12:50 2:55 5:05 7:15 9:30
Incredible Hulk (PG13)
1:15 4:30 7:05 9:40
The Happening (R)
12:45 2:50 5:00 7:10 9:25
Kung Fu Panda (PG)
12:30 1:30 2:40 3:40 4:50
7:00 9:00
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Indiana Jones and the
Kingdom Of the Crystal Skull
(PG13) 1:05 4:05 7:05 9:40
*Last Slowing Will Be on Tlurs., June 26

WalI-E (G)
12;30 1:30 2:45 4:00 5:00 6:15
7:15 8:30 9:30
Wanted (R)
1:00 4:00 7:00 9:35


Vause, Phyllis
Annette Jones
1944 2008

Phyllis Annette Jones
Vause, age 64, a home-
maker, passed away in the
Jay Hospital, after a brief
illness on Wednesday,
April 23, 2008.
She was born February
17, 1944 in DeFuniak
Springs, FL. The majority
of her life was spent in
She was pre-deceased
by her father, Otis M.
Survivors include her
husband-Frank Vause; 2
daughters Cindy
McCormick and Sherry
Roberson, both of Milton;
1 son-Keith Roberson of
Birmingham, AL; 1 sis-
ter-Kathleen Gibson of
Milton; 1 brother-Merrill
Jones of Sneads, FL; and
her mother-Hazel L.
Jones of Milton. Also sur-
viving Phyllis are 5 grand-
children; 3 great grand-
children and numerous
nieces and nephews.
A memorial service to
celebrate her life and
honor her memory was
held June 7, 2008 in


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Steps to ensure safety on

911 service and phones

The Santa Rosa County
Division of Emergency
Management cautions that
by switching wireless carri-
ers and keeping an existing
phone number or transfer-
ring a phone number of a
landline phone to a cellular
phone or a Voice-over-
Internet Protocol phone, 9-
1-1 service can be affected.
With a traditional land-
line phone, a phone number
is tied to a physical location,
the number and address is in
the 9-1-1 database. When 9-
1-1 is dialed, the call is
automatically routed to
local emergency response
personnel. With Enhanced
9-1-1, which is used by
Santa Rosa County
E m e r g e n c y
Communications, the dis-
patcher who picks up a call
sees the phone number and
street address pop up on
their computer screen.
Phone number portabili-
ty can disrupt the E9-1-1
process. During the time a
number is being changed
from the old carrier to the
new, there may be a period
of time when your new
address will be unavailable

to the Enhanced 9-1-1 sys-
tem. Additionally, some
VoIP phone services do not
offer E9-1-1 services. If you
choose a service provider
that does not utilize E9-1-1,
when you dial 9-1-1 you
will be connected to the
emergency switchboard of
your phone carrier, not your
local dispatch .center. Your
address will not -be known
without you providing the
information. If you have
an emergency in which you
cannot speak, emergency
response may be delayed.
To ensure the fastest
response to an emergency,
please follow these simple
-Before switching any
type of phone carrier includ-
ing landline, cellular or VoIP:
-Ask your new service
provider how long the
process will take to switch
and how it-will affect emer-
gency services.
-If moving and keep-
ing your old number, be
sure to call your provider
and change your billing
address as soon as you
move. Do not have your
phone bill forwarded from

your old address by the post
-When signing up for
a VoIP phone service, 9-1-1
service may not be set up by
default. Be sure to ask how
to register your street
address, and complete all
steps necessary.
Shop for a VoIP
phone service that offers
enhanced 9-1-1 service.
-A landline with a dif-
ferent billing address than
the physical location can
also cause emergency
response delays. For exam-
ple, if you pay the bill for a
dependent in another loca-
tion, the billing address will
display on the dispatcher's
screen. Be sure to specifi-
cally advise your service
provider of which address
will be the "9-1-1 address."
The provider may not do
this automatically.
-Be aware that if you
forward your home or work
phone to your cell phone,
the phone' number and
address of the forward'
phone will appear on the
dispatcher's screen, not
your cell number or current

FHP reminds motorists to

move over' to save a life

Move Over Florida! It's
the law; it's common sense; it's
common courtesy and it's a
lifesaver! Florida law enforce-
ment officers have been work-
ing hard to enforce the Move
Over Law in our state since it
became official in 2002. The
law requires drivers to move
over one lane whenever an
emergency vehicle on the side
of the road has emergency
lights activated. If moving over
is not an option, the drivers
must simply slow down at least
20 mph below the posted speed
"Compliance with
Florida's Move Over Law is
critical for the safety of law
enforcement officers and
other emergency personnel
working on our highways,"
said Colonel John Czernis,
Director of the Florida
Highway Patrol. "That's why
our law includes protection for
all first responders, emer-
gency personnel and construc-
tion workers. Every one of
these people are putting their
lives at risk. Every one of
them deserves protection
under the law."
A statewide Move Over
Law Task Force was formed
to develop strategies to better


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educate the public about the
law and to better enforce it.
The Task Force held its first
multi-agency workshop in
Tallahassee. As a result, a new
Move Over Florida! statewide
campaign is now in effect
from June 23 through June 29.
"The Department is com-
mitted to working with our
partners to educate and
enforce the Move Over Law,"
said Electra Theodorides-
Bustle, Executive Director of
the Department of Highway
Safety and Motor Vehicles.
"We believe it will make a dif-
ference in the life of an emer-
gency worker. Law enforce-
ment is already one of the
most difficult and dangerous
jobs a person can choose with-
out the added worry of a
motorist passing you on the
roadway and creating more
hazards. At the Department of
Highway Safety and Motor
Vehicles, we are leading the
way to a safer Florida, for
everyone on our roadways."
The Move, Over Florida!
enforcement wave will involve
participation from the entire
law enforcement community
statewide. During the week-
long enforcement operation,
law enforcement officers will
be working together along busy
highways and interstates to
catch Move Over Law viola-
tors and others breaking traffic

laws. Law enforcement officers
will be out in force writing
warnings and citations for vio-
lations so the public needs to
"The stakes are just too
high," said the president of the
Florida Sheriff's Association
and Baker County Sheriff Joey
Dobson. "Too 'many law
enforcement officers can tell
stories about almost getting hit
by passing cars during traffic
stops. Every close call is a
brush with death that never
makes the evening news. Many
people only pay attention when
an officer gets killed. By then,
it's too late."
"Our police officers are out
there every day working for the
public to keep them safe," said
Florida Police Chiefs
Association president Chief
Gerald Monahan of the Port
Orange Police Department.
"We owe it to them to provide
them a safer working environ-
ment by moving over when we
see them stopped. Give them
the room they need to do their
jobs safely."
The upcoming high-visi-
bility enforcement wave is one
way to remind motorists about
the Move Over Law, All any-
one has to do to avoid the fine
is use this common sense pre-
caution behind the wheel:
Move Over. Slow Down. Save

Navarre Bear Day June 28

The Florida Fish and
Wildlife Conservation
Commission (FWC) and the
Wildlife 'Foundation of
Florida will host Bear Day in
Navarre on June 28 from
noon to 3 p.m. at Pavilion B
in Navarre, Park. Local resi-
dents are invited to learn
about coexisting with black
"Biologists will be on

hand to answer questions
about bears'and can suggest
tools to reduce problems and
increase enjoyment of local
wildlife," said Jessica Tic6,
an environmental scientist
with the FWC's Bear
Management Program.
Activities include a
demonstration on how to
retrofit a trash can to be bear-


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All Board of County Commissioner Meetings and other county department meetings are held at the County Adminis-
trative Center, Commissioner's Board Room, 6495 Caroline Street, Milton, orida unless otherwise indicated
Marine Advisory July 1 5:00 p.m.
SRC Housing Coalition July 2 1:30 p.m.
Conference Room, 6051 Old Bagdad Hwy., Milon
Tourist Development North End Committee July 3 8:30 a.m.
Santa Rosa County Chamber of Commece, 5247 Sewar St Ml, ton
Commission Committee July 7 9:00 a.m.
Navarre Architectural Advisory Board July 8 3:00 p.m.
Navarre Chamber of Commerce, 543 Navarre Parkay, Navarre
District 5 Recreational Advisory Committee July 8 3:00 p.m.
Andrews ins ttute, 1118 Gulf Breeze Parkway, GulOf Breeze, FL32561
Tourist Development South End Committee July 9 9:00 a.m.
Vsitore' Cene, 8543 Navarre Parkway, Navane
Building Code Board of Adjustments July 9 2:30 p.m.
Conference Room, 6051 0d Bagdad Hwy, Miton
Commission Regular July 10 '9:00 a.m.
Fire Protection Board of Adjustment and Appeals July 10 4:00 p.m.
Conference Room, 6051 Old Bagdad H"y., Miton
Local Planning Board July 10 6:00 p.m.
Emergency Services Advisory Committee July16 2:00p.m.
Touris Development Council Board Meeting July16 3:00 p.m.
Viitors' Center, 8543 Navare Parkway, Navarre
Aviation Advisory Committee July16 5:00 p.m.
Library Advisory Committee July 17 Cancelled
Zoning Board of Adjustments July 17 5:30 p.m.
Commission Committee July 21 9:00 a.m.
Bagdad Historical Architectural Advisory Board July 23 8:30 a.m.
Conference Room, 6051 Old Bagdad Hwy., Milton
SHIP Partnership Advisory Committee July 23 3:00 p.m.
Conference Room, 6051 Old Bagdad Hwy., Milton
Parks and Recreation July 23 5:30 p.m.
Commission Regular July 24 9:00 a.m.
Commission Special Rezoning Meeting July 24 6:00 p.m.
Utility Board July 28 5:00 p.m.
Agendas and minutes are also available at All meetings held in the
Board.Room can be viewed live and/or replayed at this web site by selecting the meeting from
the main page.

Santa Rosa's Press Gazette

Wednesday-June 25, 2008

Pane 2-A

Sheriff's Report

Santa Rosa County'
Sheriff's Report for June 3,
to June 10, 2008
Warren. Jason Corey:
Male: 20, 137 CR 1141,
Shubuta. MS: Out of State
Fugitive From Justice.
Wilder, Rickie Edward:
Male: 50; 5304 Bluebird St,
Milton; Fraud-False
Statement Falsify Affid-Cert
of Salvage/Dest for Title,
Larc-Theft is $300 or more
But Less Than $5,000,
Dealing In Stolen Property.
Alderman. Travis
Keith; Male; 20; 3042 Mulat
Rd, Milton; Probation
Violation-Felony. 6/4/08
Bowers, Scott Carlton;
Male; 28; 1695 Lighthouse
Pointe Dr, Navarre; Aggrav
Battery Offender
Knew/Should Have Known
Vict Pregnant (domestic vio-
lence). 6/4/08
Hardy, Jerri Lynn;
Female: 25; 5005 Cora St,
Milton; Larc-Grand Theft
$10,000 Or More Less Than
$20,000, Dealing In Stolen
Property. 6/4/08
Harris, Michael
Dewayne; Male; 21; 6472
Waylon Drive, Milton;
Probation Violation-Felony.
Hopkins, Anthony
Harold; Male; 27; 4383 Oak
Ln, Milton; Drugs-Produce
Methamphetamine. 6/4/08
Nelson, Robin Michelle;
Female; 30; 6404 Metz Rd,
-Milton; Possess Cocaine.
Short, Barbara Lynn;
Female; 36; 6277 Long St,
Milton; Larc-Grand Theft
$10,000 or More Less Than
$20,000, Dealing in Stolen
Property. 6/4/08
Simmons, James
Calvin; Male; 38; 6984
Mertis Way, Milton; Possess
'of Weapon or Ammo By
'Convicted Fla. Felon,
Dealing in Stolen Property.
Trull, Mitchell Scott;
-Male; 25; 3229 Laurel Dr,
Gulf Breeze; Probation
Violation-Felony. 6/4/08
Kinney, Thomas Bruce;
Male; 49; 8541 Belle
Meadow Blvd., Pensacola;
Probation Violation-Felony.
Goddard, Terry George;
Male; 26; 230 Sherwood
'Drive, DeFuniiak Springs;
Possess of Weapon or Ammo
'by Convicted Felon (3 cts.),
Weapon Offense-Deliver
Possess Sell Altered
Firearm. 6/4/08
Ford, Shawn Duane;
Male; 42; 3188 Frank Ard
Rd, Cantonment;
Litter Over 500 pounds.
Green, II, Anthony
Joseph; Male; 34; 8804
Sonny Boyd Ln, Pensacola;

Litter Over 500 pounds,
Maxey. Robert J; Male;
27; 1983 Justice Circle, Gulf
Breeze; Larc-Use Anti-
shoplifting Cntrl Dvc;
Countermeasure. 6/4/08
Crabtree, Kim Corbi;
Male; 37; 4405 Dawson St,
Milton; Probation Violation-
Felony. 6/5/08
Cropper II, Rodney
Ross; Male; 28; 4260 Hwy.
90, Pace; Probation
Violation-Felony. 6/5/08
Gentry, Eugenia Ann;
Female; 35; 5683 N. Airport
Rd, Milton; Sex Offender
Violations-Fail to Report
Vacating Permanent
Residence. 6/5/08
Hannah, Joseph Duane;
Male; 27; 5417 Clayridge
Ln, Milton; Sex Pred
Violations-Fail Change-
Renew Info on Driv Lic
W/in 48 hours, Battery on
Officer Firefighter EMT Etc,
Resist Officer With
Violence. 6/6/08
Ley,, Shaun Joseph;
Male; 28; 1311 Dexter Ave,
Pensacola; Probation
Violation-Felony. 6/5/08
Martin, Vivian Lewis;
Female; 55; 505 Cora Street,
Milton; Larc-Grand Theft
$10,000 or More Less Than
$20,000, Dealing in Stolen
Property. 6/5/08
McKinney, Eric Lee;
Male; 19; 3668 Scoggins St,
Pace; Larc-Petit 1st Degree
Property $100 to Under
$300, Dealing in Stolen
Property. 6/5/08
Owens, Mathew Wade;
Male; 31; 5900 Capitol Dr,
Gulf Breeze; Probation
Violation-Felony. 6/5/08
Smith, Raymond Jay;
Male; 31; 23901 County
Road 38; Summerdale, AL;
Burgl With Assault or
Battery (domestic violence).
Underwood, Gary Lee;
Male; 34; 7250 Gillis Rd,
Milton; Burgl Unoccupied
Conveyance Unarmed, Veh
Theft-Grand 3rd Degree,
Dealing in Stolen Property.
Davis, Marcello
Bernard; Male; 29; 6504
Skyline Dr, Milton; Fugitive
From Justice.. 6/5/08
Wright, Ronald Jerome;
Male; 28; 1007 E. Hatton
St:, Pensacola; DUI. 6/5/08
Finch, Allexander
Lawrence; Male; 21; 4680
Genieva Dr, Pensacola;
Possess Cntrl Substance
W/O Prescription,
Marijuana-Possess And Or
Use. 6/5/08
Williams, Nikki Lynn;
Female; 17; 2232 S. Kenneth
Ave, LeHigh Acres, FL;
Forgery of Alter Public
Record Certificate Etc (4
cts.), Fraud-Utter' False.
Instrument (4 cts.). 6/5/08
Barnes, Cecil Lavon;

Male; 36; 6473 Stanley
Circle, Milton; Battery
Felony Batt Result From
Bodily Harnm/Disability.
Goss, Russell Don;
Male; 41; Homeless; Veh
Theft-Grand 3rd Degree.
Hannah, Joseph Duane;
Male; 27; 5417 Clayridge
Ln, Milton; Probation
Violation-Felony. 6/6/08
Hartsell, Josiah
Michael; Male; 29; 5282
Broad St., Milton; Aggrav
Batt-Cause Bodily Harm or
Disability. (domestic vio-
Helton, Jonathan Leo;
Male; 17; 16040 South
Avenue, Silverhyill, AL;
Damage Prop-Crim Misch
$200 and Under, Burgl
Unoccupied Structure (3
cts.), Larc-Petit lst Degree
Prop $100 to under $300 (3
cts.), Larc-Theft is $300 or
More But Less Than $5,000,
Larc-Grand Theft $10,000 or
More Less Than $20,000,
Larc-Grand of Firearm (6
cts.), Larc-Petit 1st Degree
Prop $100 to Under $300,
Damage Prop-Crim Misch-
Over $200 Under $1,000,
Larc-Theft is $300 or More
But Less Than $5,000 (2
cts.), Damage Prop-Crim
Misch $200 and Under,
Larc-20k Dols Less Than
100k Dols. 6/6/08
Herrera, Matthew
Garrett; Male; 18; 249 Grand
Prix Drive, Crestview;
Drugs-Possess Cntrl Sub
W/O Prescription. 6/7/08
Howard, John Alvin;
Male; 50; 5456 Persimmon
Hollow Rd, Milton; Drugs-
Possess Cntrl Sub W/O
Prescription, Possess
Cocaine, Aggrav Asslt
W/Deadly Weapon W/O
Intent To Kill (Domestic
Violence), Battery-Touch or
Strike (Domestic violence).
Kelley, Justin Lee;
Male; 23; 941 Lighthouse
Church Rd, Holt; Probation
Violation-Felony. 6/6/08
Matthews, Austin Gene;
Male; 22; 2400 Ellis
Merchant Rd, Moss Point,
MS. Out of State Fugitive
From Justice. 6/6/08
Palmer, Chester Lamar:
Male; 65; 230 Pecan St,
Evergreen, AL; Sex Offense-
Vict 12 YOA Up To 15
YOA, Lewd Lasciv Behav-
Molest Vict Less 12 YOA
Offender 18 YOA or Older.
SPaly, Contess Lynn;
Female; 25; 5453 Buena
Vista Ave, Milton; Probation
Violation-Felony. 6/6/08
Ruiz, Sean Franklin;
Male; 22; 6728 Donald Dr,
Navarre; Failure to Appear
for Felony Offense, Battery
On Officer, Firefighter,
EMT, Etc, Resist Officer
With Violence. 6/6/08

Wells, Dennis Paul;
Male; 37; 2730 Hollywood
Ave, Pensacola; Probation
Violation- Felony (2 cts.).
West, Donald Dennis;'
Male; 34; 4268 Woodville
Rd, Milton; Probation
Violation-Felony. 6/8/08
Beasley, Rodney Lee;
Male; 33; 8420 Figland Ave.,
Pensacola; Drive While
License Suspended 3rd or
subsequent Off, Resist
Officer Obstruct W/O
Violence, Resist Officer-
Obstruct by Disguised
Person. 5/5/08
Church, Henry
Houston; Male; 37; 264
Collins Rd, Wayneborough,
GA; Attach Registration
License Not Assigned, Drive
While Lic Susp Habitual
Offender. 6/6/08
Fields, David Gerald;
Male; 30; 1647 Muscogee
Rd, Cantonment; DUI and
Serious Bodily Injury to
Another, Drive With Expired
Lic For More Than 4 Mos.
Harrelson, Thomas
Steven; Male; 19; 926
Cranbrook Ave., Pensacola;
Drugs-Possess Cntrl Sub
W/O Prescription, Narcotic
Equip-Possess And or Use.
Lewis, Joel Clark;
Male: 17; 6544 Robie Rd,
Milton; Damage Prop-Crim
Misch Over $200 Under
$1,000, Burgl Dwelling
Structure or Conveyance
Armed, Larc-Grand of
Firearm. 6/8/08
Martin, Edward
Thomas; Male; 65; 9876 E
Concord St, Navarre; Sex
Asslt By 18 YOA Older Sex
Battery Victim Under 12
YOA, Lewd Lasciv
Behavior Molest-Vict Less
12 YOA Offender 18 YOA
or Older. 6/6/08
Erguin Santiago; Male; 25;
5645 State Ct, Gulf Breeze;
DUI and Damage Property.
Capers, George NMN;
Male; 56; 8914 Deer Ln,
Navarre; DUI Alcohol or
Drugs 2nd Off. 6/7/08
Cloud, Ernest Charles;
Male; 56: 2908 Strong
Street, Pensacola; DUI.

Davies, j.r., Walter
Leroy; Male; 47; 8495 Hwy
87 S, Milton; DUI Alcohol
or Drugs 2nd Offense,
Refuse to Submit to DUI
Test. 6/7/08
Kirchharr, Elbert r.
Male; 65; 4971 Creekside
Ln, Milton; DUI, Refuse to
Submit to DUI Test. 6/7/08
Bailey, John Daniel;
Male; 24; 8427 Cove Ave.,
Pensacola; Probation
Violation-Felony. 6/9/08
Elliott, Rodney Milton;
Male; 42; 8771 John Hamm
Rd, Milton; Drive While Lic
Susp ,Habitual Offender,
Narcotic Equip-Possess And
or Use. 6/9/08
Ellison, Donald Scott;
Male; 45; Homeless; Out of
State Fugitive From Justice.
Siegwarth, Tamara
Jean; Female; 36; 4240
Seminole. Trail, Milton;
Aggrav Asslt W/Deadly
Weapon W/O Intent to Kill.
Caswell, Matthew
Cornelius; Male; 18; 5429
Buena Vista Ave, Milton;
Possess Cocaine. 6/9/08
Smith. Kyle Walter
Richard; Male; 25; 1201
Ramblewood Dr., Gulf
Breeze; DUI. 6/9/08
Bunn, George Warren;
Male; 49; 6200 W Fairfield

Dr, Pensacola; Failure to
Appear for Felony Offense.
Dotson, Tr., Teddy
Gene; Male; 30; 4625 W
Bushnell Rd, Milton;
Probation Violation-Felony.
Hyman, Christopher
Enzo; Male; 18; '6288
Hamilton Bridge Rd,
Milton; Larc-Theft is $300
or More But Less Than
$5,000, Robbery With
Firearm. 6/10/08.
Leavitt, Angela Marie;
Female; 28; 6801
Chuckwagon Ln, Milton;
Sex Asslt By 24 YOA Older
Sex Batt Vict 16 or 17 YOA.
Lundy, Kenneth H;
Male; 72; 4229 Queens Ct,
Pace; Aggrav Asslt W/Intent
to Commit a Felony
(domestic violence),
Battery-Touch or Strike
(domestic violence), Crimes
Against Person Corrupt By
Threat Public Servant or
Family. 6/10/08
Majors, Stephanie
Catherine; Female; 26; 6590
Park Ave, Milton; Larc-
Retail Theft $300 More 1st
Offense. 6/10/08
Nichols, Christopher
Nelson; Male; 29; 2790
Penn St, Navarre; Failure to
Appear for Felony Offense.


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A fatality occurred on
Highway 98 near
Abercrombie Rd. in Gulf
Breeze around 9:46 p.m.
Saturday night.
According to Florida
Highway Trooper W.
,Rittenhouse, Daniel Lee
Niemczyk, 50 of Gulf Breeze,
attempted ,to cross the west-
bound lanes of Highway 98
from the center median break
when he was struck by a
Honda that was headed west.
After being struck by the
Honda, Niemczyk was then
struck by a truck, which was

being operated by Jason
Gunnells, 24 of Alabama.
The driver of vehicle one
continued and left the scene
of the accident.
Charges in this incident
are pending and the report
indicates a toxicology report
is pending on Niemczyk.
The second accident
occurred on Highway 89 near
Escambia Ave. in Santa Rosa
County around 4:10 p.m.
According to Highway
Patrol Trooper W.C. Smith,
Seth Raught, 18 of Jay,
attempted to make a u-turn
from the northbound shoulder

when he pulled into the path
of Dwayne Reaves, 45 of Jay.
Raught was transported
via LifeFlight to Sacred Heart
Hospital and is listed in criti-
cal condition according to
Trooper Smith's report.
Raught was not wearing
his seatbelt.
A passenger in the
Raught vehicle, Jeremy
Raught, 18 of Jay, sustained
minor injuries in the accident
and was wearing his seatbelt.
Jeremy Raught was also
transported to Sacred Heart
Charges in this accident
are'pending as well.

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Holley-Navarre Fire
Protection District Seat 1
Edward R. Blick
Holley-Navarre Fire
Protection District Seat 2
Bruce Brooks
Jamps A. Fix
Holley-Navarre Fire
Protection District Seat 5
J.E. Blankenship
Midway Fire District Seat
Barton Joe McPherson
Midway Fire District Seat
William H. Eaton
Daniel Arner
Reese Swartz
Midway Fire District Seat

Shellie T. Isakson
Midway Fire District Seat
J. Clyde Broome
David J. Szymanski
Matt Scallan
Avalon Beach-Mulat Fire
Protection District Seat 2
Joseph E, Diamond
Avalon Beach- Mulat Fire
Protection District Seat 4
Donald E. Galbraith, II
Blackwater Soil and Water
Conservation District -
Group 2
Jack M. Bragg
Blackwater Soil and Water
Conservation District -
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Dave Robau



Lucas Killam

City of Jay
Jay City Council top 2 of 3
Louise Freels (Incumb.)
Maxine Ivey (Incumb.)
Ed Johnson ,

City of Milton
Milton City Clerk
Dewitt Nobels
Milton City Ward 1
Paul E. Kilmartin
Milton City Ward 2
Ralph Clayton White
Milton City Ward 3
Marilyn Jones
Milton City Ward 4
R.L. Lewis


Continued From Page One
candidates for sheriff did not
have to pay a fee or collect
But their names will not
appear on the ballot in the
general election, voters will
have to write their name in
on the ballot.
LaDue's fee was roughly
$2,300 according to
As of the last official
count posted in Bodenstein's
office, Santa Rosa County has
100,902 registered voters.
Of that total, 57,275 are
registered Republican,
26,843 are registered
Democrat, and 16,784 list
another party or no party
Bodenstein noted there

have been several people in
her office to change party
affiliations already and the
deadline to do so is July 28.
"There is no law limiting
you to the number of times
you change party affilia-
tions," said Bodenstein. "It
has already started and I
can't tell you how many we
have had at this time."
Early voting, in Santa
Rosa County will start on
Aug. 11 at Bodenstein's
office in the County
Complex on Highway 90 as.
well as the South Annex on
Highway 98 between Gulf
Breeze and Navarre.
"We will be open from
8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. for
early voting," said
Bodenstein. "There will be

no changes this year as far. as
machinery goes.
"The only change we
have is the Pace voting loca-
tion has moved from the old
volunteer fire department
building to the new volun-
teer fire department build-
Elections this year will
also see three individuals
vying for two seats on the
Jay City Council.
Incumbents Louise
Freels and Maxine Ivey will
be facing opposition from Ed
Johnson with the top two
vote getters being seated on
the council.
Milton City Council
races will see all four candi-
dates run unopposed, but
there will be a new face on

the council next year.
Councilman Bunny
Jernigan did not file to seek
another term and will be
replaced by Paul E.
Kilmartin, who is running
Milton City Clerk
Dewitt Nobles as well as
council members Clayton
White, Marilyn Jones, and
R.L. Lewis will serve anoth-
er term as all are without
The Gulf Breeze city
elections will be appearing
on the ballot this November.
Ray McDonald, who
pre-filed to run for Santa
Rosa County Tax Collector
was the only candidate who
did not qualify to be orl the

Navarre man gets 480 months

in Federal prison for drugs

Antonio Akel was sen-
tenced Thursday in the Federal
Court of the Northern District

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Although born in San Francisco,
California; Jimmie D. Hill has, over the
years, adapted so well and so effectively
to the local area that one would have a
difficult time distinguishing him from a
.true Native Son. He came to Milton in
ll -1968 during a tour of duty with the U.S.
Navy and fell in love with the Panhandle
and its people, never to. leave again!
Jimmie began a 23-year career with the
Free Press and Press Gazette in 1975,
soon to become President and Publisher,
u iand a community leader who blazed a
legendary trail of influence and accom-
plishment along the way. Since 1998 he
has been President and Owner of the
Jimmie D. Hill RGH Alternative Health Store where he
practices Natural Health Consulting and
Along the way he received his Associate in Arts Degree from Pensacola Junior
College, later attending the University of West Florida before receiving a
Doctorate in Naturopathy and a Ph. D. in Natural Health from Clayton College of
Natural Health in Birmingham, AL. He was recently inducted into the National
Association of Nutrition Professionals.
Jimmie is a member and past President of the Board of Governors of the Pensacola
Junior College Foundation, as well as a member of the Pace Chamber of
Commerce, Santa Rosa Chamber of Cofnmerce and the Santa Rosa Clean
Community System.
Jimmie is a Board Certified Member of American Naturopathic Association,
Member of the American College of Iridology, Member of the International
Iridology Practitioners Association, Certified Member of the American Association
of Nutritional Consultants, Certified Member of the American Nutraceutical
Association, and National Association of Nutrition Professionals.
But even so, he still has time for his family, those who have influenced his
career, and in a greater sense all the friends he has made along the way. We recog-
nize his accomplishments, his leadership, and his professional expertise that has
impacted so many of our own choices and careers, and we salute him as a gesture
of appreciation for his tested strength of character.



Hwy 90 at 89, Milton

of Florida for his part in the ille-
gal possession and distribution
of drugs.
Taking part in the investi-
gation and prosecution of this
case was US Prosecuting
Attorney Thomas P. Swaim.
DEA Agent Claude Cosey. ATF
Agent Brent Carrier, members
of the Okaloosa Sheriff's
Narcotics team. and members
of the Santa Rosa Narcotics
The local case officer of
record was Deputy Matt Spratt
from the Santa Rosa Sheriff's
Office and the Federal case
officer was Agent Claude
Akel was convicted of
multiple federal charges, to
include conspiracy to possess
with intent to distribute in
excess of 500 grams of cocaine
and marijuana, a separate count
of distribution of marijuana,
and of being a felon in posses-
sion of a firearm (Armed
Career Criminal).
Federal Judge Lacy Collier
denied multiple challenges at
sentencing that were raised by
the defense counsel for Akel to
include: (1) amount of the
drugs, (2) Akel being an anned
career criminal, (3) and his
leadership role in the offense.
Accordingly, he was sen-
tenced to 480 months in
Federal prison by Judge Collier,
Back in November of last
year Akel was arrested after a
lengthy cooperative investiga-
tion by local, state, and federal

law enforcement agencies.
During the investigation,
detectives weie able to pur-
chase large quantities of ecsta-
sy from Akel and it also
revealed that Akel was respon-
sible for other drug related
This resulted in a search
warrant being executed on
Akel's residence, where the
Santa Rosa County SWAT unit
was utilized,
During the search, Akel
was immediately located and
detained in his living room,
read the search warrant and his
Miranda Rights.
At that time Akel admitted
that marijuana was' inside the
The subsequent search led
to the discovery of numerous
items of drug paraphernalia to
include indoor grow lights; 33
marijuana plants, several bag-
gies of marijuana packaged for

sale, two guns (a Bushmaster
AR-15 assault rifle and a
Ruger 9mm pistol).
Both guns were loaded
and readily accessible to Akel
when the SWAT team made
entry, but as a previously con-
victed felon he was prohibited
from possessing any firearms.
While law enforcement
was at his residence a Federal
Express vehicle arrived to
deliver a package to Akel's
Law enforcement took the
package and found it to contain
one Kilogram of cocaine, with
an estimated street value of
Further looking revealed
that Akel was tracking the
package being delivered on his
laptop computer. Federal
Express paperwork matching
the paperwork on the delivered
package was located in Akel's

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office have experienced a great deal of as people prepare for the Aug. 26 Primary election. The
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Here's what you have been missing at

Poll Question:

This is the last weekend to tell us at the
Pies Gazette \\ Inch route \ ou are in fa\ or of
for a Nilton B\ipass.
Your choices are to expand High\\a\ 90
through do\\ town NMilton; utilize old
Hiehi"a\ 90: create twvo one-\\aN streets:
lea1 e the roads as they are; or another route.
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A comment received on the storN thai Santa Rosa
Counts is reported) a retail trade leader :
A few new stores opening? Santa Rosa
County outpaces the US and the entire State
of Florida when it comes to retail trade.
WHAT, few new stores opening outpaces the
US? I have seen more businesses closed
than new businesses openings in our area.
But thankful the new businesses are coming.
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1 FBI takes over letter investigation

New Photo Galleries:

Photos are on line from the T-Ball
World Series, the Bride Bash at Pelican
Park on the UWF Campus, and the
Skateboard Festival in Milton.


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In addition to the gas
savings, the increase in
retailers to the county pro-
vides a much-needed eco-
nomic boon. Santa Rosa
County Commissioner
Don Salter says the Santa
Rosa Commons project is
a sign of the innovation
and adaptation of our
county. "The Santa Rosa
Commons development
continues to show the
many attributes of doing
business in Santa Rosa
County. It shows our con-
tinued growth even with a
troublesome national
economy," says Salter.
Salter says he isn't just
bragging about his County;
he has the statistics to back
him up. Salter asked Rick
Harper, the Director of the
Haas Center for Business
Research and Economic

'Development and a profes-
sor of Economics at the
University of West Florida,
to analyze the economy of
Santa Rosa County. "The
Economic Analysis Report
just came in and it shows
Santa Rosa County is
doing well despite a very
troublesome national econ-
omy. With the Santa Rosa
Commons, Santa Rosa
County outpaces the U.S.
and the entire State of
Florida when it comes to
retail trade. 1 am going to
be asking Rick [Harper] to
present his findings to the
rest of the commissioners
in an upcoming meeting,"
says Salter.
TEAM Santa Rosa's
Shannon' Ogletree says
there are outlying shops in
the area surrounding the
main shopping plaza that
are open now, and others

will be opening at various
times throughout the year.
"There is a Gamestop, a
Hibachi grill, and a
Hallmark store that will be
opening. Right now, there
is a Baskin-Robbins that is
already opened. There are
several shops in the outly-
ing areas including hair
and nail salons, .says
Ogletree. He adds,
"Another benefit to local
shopping is the Santa Rosa
County Schools will bene-
fit from the collection of
the local half-cent sales
tax. Not to mention the
jobs generated by these
businesses. People will not
have to travel to Pensacola
to work."
The access road
between Home Depot and
Publix is still not com-
pleted at this time. Becky
Faulkenberry, Santa Rosa

County Planning Officer,
says as far as she knows,
the opening of Publix
should not be affected by
the lack of the access
road. The access road is
still being worked on. At
the time both projects
were submitted to us, they
were not required to con-
nect, the code has
changed since then, so no
one violated any codes. If
a project 'were submitted
today, the new code
would require them to
connect to the adjacent
project's access road. It
has been a great deal of
work to facilitate the con-
nection. At this time there
is no estimated comple-
tion date on the access
road, but we are still in
the process of coming to
some sort of agreement,"
says Faulkenberry.


Continued From Page One
firework's display over the
Blackwater River at dark.
This year there will also
be 13 food vendors this year
with two planned for Russell
Harbor Landing, one at
Carpenter's Park, and others
lining Willing Street on July
Also ducks are being
sold by the Blackwater

Pyrates for the second Great
MillTown Duck Race.
Adopting a duck for the
race is only $5 and the first
duck to cross the finish line
will win its adoptive over the
top prize of $1,000.
For more information on
adopting a duck you can
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The Internal Revenue
Service says it is not too late
for retirees and disabled
veterans who qualify for the
economic stimulus payment
to claim their money.
Statistics released on June
19 indicate about 74 percent
in this group, are accounted
for in the stimulus payments
currently being sent, leaving
about 5.2 million potential
recipients remaining. -
Estimates show 29 percent
of Florida residents who
receive Social Security ben-
efits and Veterans Benefits
have not filed for the stimu-
lus refund, almost 406,000
people who may be entitled
to the money.
The IRS has identified
5.2 million retirees and vet-
erans' beneficiaries who
potentially are eligible for
the stimulus payments.
Later this summer, the
agency will send them a
special letter that explains
stimulus payment eligibility
and how to claim it. The let-
ter will include a sample tax
form and an actual tax form
that people can complete
and mail to the IRS. This
will be the second special
mailing to reach those indi-
John Phillips, owner of
the H & R Block on Stewart
Street in Milton and an
enrolled agent, says his
office is offering assistance
to those who need to file for
their economic stimulus
checks. "We do offer assis-
tance with filing the stimu-
lus and we have different,
special pricing for you if
you're not required to file
normally. We can file elec-

tronically or mail it in for
you. Electronic filing will
be quicker. It's real impor-
tant right now to get the
message out to those who
still haven't filed. They
have until October 15 and
we have been doing every-
thing we can to get the word
out that they can still file,"
says Phillips.
For all taxpayers, the
IRS has issued 76.1 million
payments worth $63.8 bil-
lion based on 2007 tax
returns processed so far.
The agency expects to issue
124 million payments to
Americans by year's end.
Eligible individuals are
receiving up to $600
($1,200 for married couples
filing joint returns) plus
$300 for eligible children
younger-than 17.
A special stimulus cate-
gory includes recipients of
certain benefits from Social
Security and Veterans
Affairs who do not normally
have a requirement to file a
tax return. However, these
individuals must file a tax
return before Oct. 15 this
year to receive their eco-
nomic stimulus payments.
The IRS has accounted for
74 percent of Social
Security and Veterans
Affairs beneficiaries out of
about 20 million initially
identified as being potential
stimulus recipients. All but
5.2 million of those have
been accounted for as either
having filed a return, having
filed a joint return, or as not
being eligible for a stimulus
payment; for example, they
were claimed as a depend-
ent on another's return.
"The IRS has delivered.
Only 70 days after the legis-

lation became law, the IRS
started putting the money in
the hands of tens of millions
of Americans. This summer,
we will go the extra mile to
help the remaining retirees
and disabled veterans get
their payments,", said Doug
Shulman, IRS
Most people only need
to file a tax return as they
normally do. The IRS will
calculate eligibility and the
payment amount. However,
many retirees and veterans
do not normally file a tax
return because their benefits
are not taxable. This year,
they must file in order to
receive an economic stimu-
lus payment.
Shulman also stressed
to retirees that receiving the
stimulus payment should
have no impact on other
federal benefits currently
being received. The stimu-
lus payment is not taxable.
Absent any other filing
requirements, filing a tax
return to receive a stimulus
payment does not mean that
retirees will have to start fil-
ing tax returns again.
"Some retirees and oth-
ers who normally do not file
a tax return may be eligible
and not know it. And, that's
where we could use the pub-
lic's help as well. If you
know of a retiree or a dis-
abled veteran who might
qualify, please pass along
the information to them,"
said Shulman.
The types of Social
Security benefits that are
considered qualifying
income include retirement,
disability and survivor pay-
ments. Supplemental
Security Income (SSI) is not

Bus stop in Milton

The American Cancer
Society and the Fight Back
Express will be in Santa
Rosa County on June 27.
The Fight Back
Express, a bus which is
part of the American
Cancer Society Cancer
Action Network, is part of
a grassroots movement
united in its mission of
making cancer a top,
national priority.
The bus will be travel-

ing six-months and cover
the continental 48-states
visiting cities throughout
the country to rally cancer
patients, survivors, loved
ones, family, and friends to
encourage elected officials
to fulfill their essential role
as partners.
You can see and sign
the bus from 12:30 to 1:30
p.m. when it is at the Santa
Rosa Medical Center on
Berryhill Drive in Milton.

qualifying income. The
types of Veterans Affairs
benefits that 'are considered
qualifying income include
disability compensation,
disability pension and sur-
vivor payments. Qualifying
Railroad Retirement pay-
ments include the social
security equivalent portion
of Tier 1 benefits.
Eligible individuals,
including their qualifying
children, must have valid
Social Security numbers.
Also, people cannot be
claimed or be eligible to be
claimed as a dependent on
someone else's tax return.
People with Individual
Taxpayer -Identification
Numbers, except for the
spouses and qualifying chil-
dren of military personnel,
are not eligible.

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6A Wednesday, June 25, 2008 The Santa Rosa Press Gazette Milton, Florida


"A little place

for our stuff'

Over the weekend, one of the zaniest men of comedy,
George Carlin, passed away.
After 71 years of what some would call very rough liv-
ing, the heart of this comedian gave out.
But some of his thoughts and comments about society
will live on for a long, long time.
One of his most memorable routines other than "the
seven words you cannot say on radio/television," which
grew as years went on, was the routine he did where he was
looking for a little space for his stuff.
Carlin, in his usual way of adding colorful expletives,
described other people's "stuff" as s*!t and your s*!t as stuff.
We continually collect more s*!t, he noted, until we end
up needing a bigger house so there can be more room for our
George had a humorous way of looking at society and
poking fun at its overall problems.
Without coming out and hitting you over the head with
the fact society was losing all perspective, he made you
Well, we are not in as gentle times and at the same time
hate to report our X-ray vision is faltering, but we need some
help in finding one of the most tender spots we each have.
Where do your rights end and other's begin?
We each have certain liberties and rights guaranteed to
us by the Constitution and the Bill of Rights, but what these
documents do not state is where that line is drawn.
Over time, our nation has tried to take on the impossible
task legislating morals, principals, and ethics: the three things
hard to find in those who are passing the laws in
Actually, these three concepts should be taught at home,
but there are some who worry about the fact they are not
being taught anywhere.
That is where the X-ray vision comes in.
We all need to learn where our rights end and the next
person's begin.
Remember, we are individuals not robotic clones of the
It is getting harder and harder as some want to pass their
financially-backed influence on us.
We hear people talk about gun control. We don't need to
control guns. We need to control the people who misuse the
Here is an ironic piece of history many have forgotten.
The right to bear arms was established by our forefathers
not so we could go around and shoot people we dislike or
have some disdain for, but so we could protect each other
from governments out of control.
Back in their day, the "Crown" in England was what
needed to be carefully watched.
Today, it is becoming the very government we find our-
selves looking to for guidance.
Sorry to disappoint many, but it would be very alarming
to be on a ship in a storm and find someone like Ted
Kennedy lighting the way or Diane Finestine at the helm.
Government, left unchecked, has a way of growing out
of control. Government will tell you more people need to be
hired, additional positions need to be created and more perks
added for those feeding at the public trough. Soon, there are
too many people to fit in the government buildings and new
buildings are needed.
It all begins to sound a great deal like George Carlin's
"stuff' routine.
Maybe Carlin was more than a comedian.
Perhaps he was a bit of a psychic.

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Confused over uproar
FM: Nicole Frenk
Milton, Fla.

Dear Editor,
I really don't understand
why people are in such an
uproar over the accident fees in
Milton. You will only be
charged if you cause an acci-
dent, and it's very easy to avoid
causing accidents: DO NOT try
to send text messages -or dial
phone numbers while driving.
Don't drive under the influence
of alcohol, drugs, or medication.
Don't turn up your stereo to the
point where you can't hear any-
thing else. DO observe the
speed limit, though and do use
your blinker to communicate
with the drivers around you. In
other words: pay attention!
I have a feeling, however,
that the real cause for the debate
is really this: People from out-
side Milton city limits are afraid
that they will now automatical-


ly be found at fault if they are
involved in an accident in
A Little History
FM: Joe L. Padgett
Milton, Fla.

Dear Editor,
The Flag represents free-
dom. Americans have gone to
foreign soil and sacrificed their
lives to keep this country free. I
know that you have seen all the
pictures of American Soldiers
carrying our flag into battle or
raising it in triumph after the
battle has been won. It has a rich
history and a heritage that, fre-
quently, has seen those 'stars
and stripes' baptized with the
blood of its sons and daughters.
Our first flag was made by a
seamstress named Betsy Ross.
She was an acquaintance of the
commanding general of the

Revolutionary Army. George
Washington, with two members
of the Continental Congress
came to Mrs. Ross with a design
for a flag that, they hoped,
would inspire the troops as they,
went into battle against the most
powerful army in the world,
Great Britain. Their design con-
sisted of 13 red and white stripes
and 13 white stars set against a
blue field. The star had six
points on it. Mrs. Ross Quickly
corrected the design of the star
(these women do get their way)
and with a nip of her scissors,
modified the star to its present
design of five points. The num-
ber 13 was significant as the
number of original colonies
founding our nation. The stripes
have remained at 13, but a star
was added each time a new state
was admitted to the union. That
number stands at 50 today.
This week, we remember
those that have paid the ultimate
price to keep this nation free.

Even with the effort and sacri-
fice of hundreds and thousands,
down through the years, all that
we have done would have gone
for nothing had we not had the
gift of God's own son. He paid
the final sacrifice that truly sets
us free. I could spend many
hours recounting the history of
our nation, but I prefer to leave
you with this.
When you look up and see
'Old Glory', remember tfiat she
flies over a nation that sought
freedom to worship God in. the
manner that they choose to. Not.
as a king decreed that they
should worship, but in the man-
ner that freedom purchased by
the blood of Christ wold allow
them and lead them to worship.
It is no coincidence that 'Blood'
is the only sacrifice acceptable
and precious enough'lo pay for
the high price of freedom!
Remember this when you
see the flag waving 'in the

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Society sets July

The July meeting of
The Genealogical Society
of Santa Rosa County will
commence at approximate-
ly 10 a.m. on Saturday, the
19th, in the Santa Rosa
County Chamber of
Commerce Board Room in
Milton. The guest speaker
is Mr. Buddy Mitchell of
Montgomery, Alabama,
who will give a presenta-
tion on the life and times of
his ancestor, Benjamin
Jernigan, Jr. (circa 1774 -
1847) whose original mill
site is located on what is
now Locklin Lake in
Milton. The meeting is
open to the public and visi-
tors are always welcome.
The Genealogical Society
of Santa Rosa County has
membership of several
years in the Santa Rosa
County Chamber of
Commerce and a ribbon-
cutting is scheduled for

Republican Club to
meet July 1st
The Republican Club of
Santa Rosa County will
hold its monthly meeting
and Dutch Treat Dinner at
The Club at Hidden Creek,
3070 PGA Blvd, Navarre at
6:30 p.m. on Tuesday, July
1, 2008. The featured
speaker is Chris Roper,
candidate for Santa Rosa
County Sheriff. Please
bring a guest. For addition-
al information, contact
Morgan Lamb, President at
(850) 939-2409 or morgan-

City of Milton
-The City of Milton's
Board of Adjustment will
meet in regular session on
Tuesday, June 30, at 5:30
p.m. in, the Council
Chambers at City Hall,
6738 Dixon Street.
-Milton Christmas
Decoration Committee will
meet Wednesday, July 2 at
5 p.m. in Conference Room
B of City Hall, 6738 Dixon

All meetings are open
to the public. For more
information, call 983-5411.

City of Milton July
4th Holiday sched-
City Hall will be closed
to allow employees to
observe Independence Day
holiday on Friday, July 4th.
Garbage routes will be
picked up as follows:
Monday & Tuesday
route picked up as sched-
Thursday route picked
up on Wednesday,
Friday route will be
picked up on Thursday.
Yard debris will have
same schedule as above.
City Hall's public
works desk and accounting
window will resume opera-
tion on Monday, July 7, at
7:30 a.m.

America the
Beautiful Salute
The Dragonfly Gallery
will feature the works of its

current artists with a salute
to America the Beautiful.
The artists will exhibit their
creations inspired by the
poem and song. This show-
case begins on July 1st and
continues through August
9th. A reception to meet the
artists will be on July llth
from 5:00 to 7:00 at the
The local artists partici-
pating in this showcase are
all currently displaying
their artwork at the Gallery.
Over twenty artists will
reveal their new creations
inspired by the words of the
song. A variety of 12 differ-
ent art mediums will be
The Dragonfly Gallery
located at 5188 Escambia
Street in historic downtown
Milton, is a mission of the
Santa Rosa Arts and
Culture Foundation. It is a
juried gallery of local
artists. Gallery hours are
Tuesday through Saturday
from 10:00 a.m. until 4:00
p.m. For more information
contact the Gallery at 981-
1100 or the SRACF at


pride awards

given for June
The Milton Garden
Club gives out the
Community Pride Award
throughout the Spring and
Summer. This month the
business award went to
Whataburger on Woodbine
Rd. at Five Points in Pace.
The landscaping always
looks neat and colorful
because of the great mix of
perennials and annuals that
gives year long color.
Pictured are
Wataburger's Jerri
Workman, Aileen Clarke,
and Wataburger's Nicole
Rick and Lisa Murphy
live at 3310 Able Ave.
Woodbine Spring Plantation
in Pace. Their colorful front
yard was an easy choice for
the residential June the healthiest plants and
Community Pride Award. asked the advise of the nurs-
Lisa designed and careful ery stuff. All her research
planned the shape of the and hard work has paid off
beds and colors of the and resulted in a beautiful
perennials and annuals she yard of which she can be
wanted to grow. For ideas, very proud. Pictured are
she used magazines and vis- Aileen Clarke of the Milton ...
ited local nurseries to buy Garden and Lisa Murphy.


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Church on Benyhill Road.
This operation will get
underway on June 28 during a
festival at the church from 4
to 8 p.m. with all proceeds
going to help the Santa Rosa
Kids House on Stewart Street
in Milton.,
According to Alan
Issacson, pastor at New
Harvest Fellowship, this is a
free event with food, fun,
entertainment, and games.
"The only thing that will
cost you is if you try to dunk
me or someone in the dunk-
ing booth," laughed Issacson.
"But we will be offering peo-
ple the opportunity to sponsor
a child."
Child sponsorships are
$25 and will be used to help
children who are assisted by
the Santa Rosa Kids House.
"All the money is going to
the kids house," said Issacson.
"Many of the kids, when they
are removed from the home
don't have a suitcase, tolitries,
or even clothes to sleep in."
For more information,
you can contact the Santa
Rosa Kids House or 516-

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Shaver and Sue Sasser
of Pace will celebrate their
60th wedding anniversary
on July 2, 2008. Their chil-
dren, Susan and Jason
Sasser, invite all friends to a
reception at Immanuel
Baptist Church in the old
sanctuary on Sunday, June
29, from 2:30 to 4 p.m.
The couple married July
2, 1948 in Elba, Alabama.
They resided in Troy, AL,
until 1955 when they relo-
cated to the Pace communi-
Shaver retired in 1985
from the Santa Rosa County
School District, after teach-
ing the last 18 years at
Milton High School. He
served in the U.S. Army
during World War II and the
Korean Conflict. The Pace
Chamber of Commerce hon-
ored Shaver with its Pioneer
Award for 2008. Sue retired
in 1989 from Federal Civil
Service, having worked for
the Army and the Navy. She
worked 30 years at NAS
Whiting Field as secretary
to the Commanding Officer
and to the Commander of
Training Air Wing Five.
The Sassers are grand-
parents to Brett Brownell, a
rising Pace High School

(Top right) Shaver and Sue
Sasser are seen as a young
couple when Shaver was serv-
ing with the U.S. Army.
(Right) A recent photo of the
-Sassers who will be celebrat-
ing 60 years at a reception on
June 29 at Immanuel Baptist
Church in he old sanctuary
from 2:30 p.m. to 4 p.m. The
couple will officially cele-
brate their 60th anniversary
on July 2 and were married
60 years ago in Elba, Ala.
They have been residents of
Santa Rosa County since

Atwater & Gully to wed

Reverend and Mrs.
David Atwater of Chapel
Hill, NC announce the ., -
engagement of their daugh-
ter, Kathryn Elizabeth, to LT.
Matthew Allen Gully of Big
Lake, Texas.
The bride-to-be earned ,./
an Associate of Arts degree
from Andrew College in
Cuthbert, Georgia, and grad-
uated in December 2007
from the University of West
Florida in Pensacola with a
Bachelor of Arts degree in
The prospective bride-
groom is the son of Mr. &
Mrs. Richard Gully of ,. .
Lubbock, TX. A 2004 gradu-
ate of the United States
Coast Guard Academy in
New London, CT, he earned
his Bachelor of Science
degree in Marine and
Environmental Science. He
is currently stationed in *
Houston, TX, as a Search &
Rescue Pilot.
The couple will be mar-. .
ried September 20, 2008 at
the Antioch Baptist Church
in Chapel Hill, North

Students' Art Promotes Smoke-Free Hospital Campus

"Not smoking is full of
cans I can. You can. We
can." So states Cheyenne
Watson, age 12, in her coloring
contest entry to promote Jay
Hospital's smoke-free campus
initiative that will take effect
August 1. More than 100 Jay
Elementary School students
lent their artistic abilities to cre-
ate encouraging messages and
drawings that will help alert vis-
itors and patients of the facility's
new smoke-free policy.
Twelve entries were select-
ed to be used in materials that
will promote the policy. The
posters will be posted inside and
outside the building to serve as
friendly reminders to patients,
visitors, vendors and employ-
ees. Currently all of the color-
ing-page submissions are dis-

played throughout the hospital.
Winners of the Jay Hospital
Smoke-Free Campus Coloring
Contest are: Daniel Belden, age
12; Brittany Bird, age 12; Drake
Ellis, age 8; Ashlyn Geck, age
12; Alex Jackson, age 11;
Alyssa Nelson, age 7; Lacey
Nowling, age 11; Paige Smith,
age 11; Savanna Smithson, age
11; Brittany Tegenkamp, age
12; Savannah Almeida, and
Cheyenne Watson, age 12.
Health and safety were the
driving reasons in Jay Hospital
becoming a smoke-free cam-
pus. The coloring contest is a
good way to spread the word
about the new policy and to
encourage children to think
about reasons to avoid smoking.
The students' messages in the
art work range from subtle and

humorous to direct and serious.
While the focus and tone varies,
all are creative and will help
support the hospital's healthy
Jay Hospital's smoke-free
policy will apply to all areas on
the hospital property, including
parking lots and grassy areas
near the building. Guests and
staff members will be asked to
extinguish cigars and cigarettes
before entering the hospital
premises. Long-banned from
indoors, more and more hospi-
tals and other health care
providers are gravitating to
completely banning smoking
from campus grounds. Ash
trays are being replaced with
flowering plants and designated
smoking areas are becoming
outdoor sitting areas.

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It has been my pleasure to serve you,
the voters of Santa Rosa County for the past
four years.
I look forward to serving you for four
more years.
Thank you for your confidence, support
and prayers.
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Santa Rosa County Supervisor of Elections

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The Santa Rosa County Local Planning Board and Board of
County Commissioners will conduct public hearings to consider a
change of land use and/or rezoning of land areas depicted on the
maps within this advertisement. The hearings are scheduled as

Local Planning Board (to consider and make a recommendation
on the proposals):
Thursday, July 10, 2008 at 6:00 p.m.

Board of County Commissioners (to consider adoption of the
Thursday, July 24, 2008 at 6:00 p.m.

Both meetings will be held at the Santa Rosa County Administra-
tive Center in the Board Meeting Room, 6495 Caroline Street, Mil-
ton, Florida. At the public hearings, the Local Planning Board
and Board of County Commissioners shall consider the ordinance


Zoning District Amended: from AG (Agriculture District) and M1
(Restricted Industrial District) to HCD (Highway Commercial
Development District) total approximately 2.50 (+/-) acres.
Future Land Use Designation Amended: from Agriculture and
Industrial to Commercial.

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

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and will make reasonable modifications for access to this meeting
upon request. Please call Santa Rosa County Planning, Zoning
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make a request. For the Hearing-Impaired, 1-800-955-8770
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China Sea is your refuge for both Oriental and traditional food served American style!

With the Summer
Olympics in Beijing,
China about to get under
way, it's no wonder these
days that so much of our
attention is being drawn
to Chinese traditions.
China customs and folk-
lore seem to surface any-
time the scheduled games
are mentioned.
And food is hardly an
But our fascination
with chow mein, chop
suey, egg rolls, and fried
rice didn't just start yes-
terday. It's been lurking
around for a lot of years.
The Beijing games just
seem to accent it.
You see, China Sea's
All You Can Eat Buffet,
located 6554 Caroline
Street (Highway 90)) in
Milton's Six Flags
Shopping Center, has
brought the art of oriental
food preparation to new
levels, and eating there as
an alternative to cooking
at home every single day
has become standard for
many who have discov-
ered the pleasure and
delight of a buffet type
The concept of a com-
fortable environment and
an almost endless array
of truly delicious food,
prepared by professional
chefs and presented in an
attractive setting, was
developed by China Sea
owner Hua Chen. And as
a chef coming from
Mainland China more
than 17 years ago, he
knows both food and
people, and also has a
knack for and experience
of getting them together
in the most traditional
Chen's philosophy of
providing the most deli-

cious and attractive meals
at an affordable price,
and served in an agree-
able atmosphere, is one
that has caught on big
time here. Appetizers,
soups, egg foo young,
vegetables, pork fried
rice, chicken beef, sea
food, and a billboard of
side orders, all are every-
day fare.
Real Chinese food has
been and always will be
the focus of China Sea's
offerings. They seem to
know, however, that dif-
ferent people want differ-
ent styles of food, so they
have diversified the
"islands" and offer vari-
ous types of food on vari-
ous buffet steamers. For
instance there's one for
heavy oriental, one fea-
turing Western, one fea-
turing fried food, and of
course, there are deserts
galore on another.
There's absolutely
nothing else like it in
town. A diner can browse
over the various food
islands, which, incidefn-
tally, feature more than
150 items of delicious
food and deserts on any
given day.
Chen has travelled and
worked extensively, prac-
ticing his trade, gaining
experience for the day he
would be able to open his
own food establishment.
Milton became that
utopia, and China Sea
was completed and
opened to the public in
September of 2005.
Since then, as people
have "discovered' it,
China Sea has become
one of the most popular
places to have lunch for
members of the down-
town workforce or the
casual shopper, and din-
ing destination in the
evening for families who
want a comfortable and

attractive place to
"The people here are
friendly and generous,
hospitality wise, and have
a great sense of apprecia-
tion for good food and
service," Chen said. "In
return we have tried our
best to respond by pre-
senting them a quality
place to eat and entertain
their friends in an envi-
ronment they can be
proud of."
While there are a
number of reasons for
China Sea's popularity,
the convenience it fur-
nishes is right up front.
There is plenty of park-
ing just outside the front
door, it's open seven days
a week, and the hours are
accommodating. The
restaurant is open
Monday through
Thursday from 11 a.m.
until 10 p.m. On Friday
and Saturday it's open
from 11 a.m. to 10:30
p.m., and on Sunday it is
open from 11:30 a.m.
until 9:30 p.m.
All chefs, including
owner and Master Chef
Chen, -who supervises
everything that is pre-
pared, are knowledgeable
and skilled in the foods
they prepare.
Chen and his General
Manager Jack Sun,
acknowledge that a loyal
and experienced staff
always plays a major role
in the success of any
business, and it's no
exception at China Sea.
"The people who pre-
pare the food, cook it,
and serve it, as well as,
the managers who keep
the place running
smoothly are among the
best there are," Chen
said. "I'm proud of
As a family business,
you're more than likely

FAMILY AND MANAGEMENT PRIDE!-Duty at the China Sea for family is a
pleasant responsibility. They like what they do, and making your dining out experi-
ence a pleasant one at China Sea is their goal. Left to right are Maggie Lin, the
owner's wife and hostess; Owner Hua Chen; his son Xiao Dong Chen, a sopho-
more at Milton High School; and General Manager and host Jack Sun. They're
looking forward to meeting you! (Photo by Obie Crain.)
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to encounter other family
members as well. Chen's
wife, Maggie Lin, and his
seventeen year old son,
Xiao Dong, also con-
tribute their talent.
Maggie is a restaurant
hostess, and son, Xiao
Dong, who is a sopho-
more at Milton High
School, helps out in the
kitchen, serving, or wher-
ever he might be needed.
General Manager Jack
Sun, who is a newer staff
member, is also the host
who will welcome you
and see that you are com-
fortably seated. Sun has
some 12 years of experi-
ence in managing the
dining rooms at some of
the most high end restau-
rants around the country
and along the east coast
of Florida.
You'll find him friend-
ly, courteous, and knowl-
edgeable with the expert-

ise it takes to get the
most enjoyment out of
your visit. The restaurant
is not only attractively
decorated, it's somewhat
"sectionalized" to accom-
modate groups of most
any dimension from 2 to
200. And they have a
completely private dining
room for groups that pre-
fer a keener sense of pri-
vacy. All have the same
dimension of service and
Chances are during
the Summer Olympics
you won't always want to
go out to eat because you
won't want to miss any
of the excitement on your
TV screen. Well, that s
not a problem because at
China Sea they make
eve thing they prepare
available for take out.
All you have to do is
call 981-8386 or 981-
8486 to place an order.

Then after you drive by
and pick it up, you can
go back to your games!
It's one of the most popu-
lar features that China
Sea offers in the way of
customer service. But
there's more. It's not only
customer friendly, it's
especially kind to senior
citizens over 65 who are
offered a 10 percent dis-
count off their purchase.
"Come and get
hooked on our food,"
both Chen and Jack
Once you've visited
and tasted what they have
to offer, chances are you
will want to come again
and often. And with the
prices as moderate as
they are, it's entirely pos-
sible, because eating at
China Sea will fit right
into your budget, even a
family one!

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Milton grads find

success at Travelers

Former Milton grads
Heath Slocum and Bubba
Watson turned in top 10 fin-
ishes at the Travelers
Championship in
Cromwell, Conn.
Slocum, who was in the
final pair and trailing even-
tual tournament winner
Stewart Cink by two
strokes, carded a final
round of 67 to match Cink
stroke for stroke.

Hunter Mahan and
Tommy Armour III made
charges to tie for second
and push the former Panther
back to fourth place.
Slocum posted rounds
of 67, 66, 64, and 67 to
finsh at 264 for the tourna-
ment, which was 16-under
Watson finished in a tie
for sixth place after carding
a four day total of 267.
Also finishing at -13
for the weekend were

Michale Allen, Brad
Adamonis, and Kenny
Watson earned just over
$194,000 for the weekend
and carded rounds of 66,
68, 67, 66 to remain in con-
tention and the top 10 all
weekend long.
Cink took control of the
tournament at the 6,837
yard, par 70 course when
he carded a round of 64 on
Friday to take the lead at
10-under par.

Heath Slocum is seen enjoying a golf cart ride with friend and fellow Milton grad Boo Weekley.

The Ice Pilots

are no more

The ECHL has termi-
nated the Pensacola Ice
Pilots franchise,
Monday the ECHL
Board of Governor's decid-
ed to terminate the franchise
owned by Mario Forgione
after he informed the league
he didn't want to put a team
on the ice next season.
According to ECHL
Commissioner Brian
McKenna, "The Ice Pilots
advised us that they didn't
plan to play hockey in the
ECHL next year or the year
after. According to our
bylaws that is grounds for
There are no plans at
this time for the ECHL to
keep the franchise in
Pensacola while searching
for a new owner.
Reports have the Ice
Pilots ownership wanting to
move the franchise .to a
completely different league.

Team President Greg
Schuh stated that rising
costs and a struggling econ-
omy, were a double shot the
team could no longer deal
with as a member of the
Schuh added that in a
lower league there would be
fewer games, less travel
lower salaries, and lower
operation costs.
The only way hockey
could remain a part of the
Pensacola sports communit-
ty would be in a lower level
hockey league.
Last year the Ice Pilots
seemed doomed when there
were concerns over a lease
between Escambia County
and the Ice Pilots over use
of the Pensacola Civic
Center, which the Ice Pilots
have known as home since
leaving Nashville when they
were the Nashville Knights.
Currently the franchise
is in the process of refund-
ing session tickets.

Winning over the inmaws

Crusaders ground

up Falcons 19-14

It was some good mddy fun at
the end for six brides-to-be at
Pelican Park on the campus of
the University of West Florida
as 15 brides-to-be competed to
see who would win a $2,000
rehearsal dinner from
Skopelos on the Bay. The
brides-to-be competed in
games between innings such
as musical chairs, bowling,
dizzy bat race, the T-shirt toss,
and even had an inpromptu
dance contest. More photos of
the games and event can be
seen online at
Press Gazette photos
by Bill Gamblin

Special to the Press Gazette
The Panhandle
Crusaders rolled in to Ft.
Walton Beach Saturday night
and used one of the best
defensive in the league to
stop one of the best offen-
sives, 19-14.
From the first snap, the
Crusaders (2-1) defense
made their presence felt by
forcing a fumble on the very
first series and recovered it
on the Crusaders 30 yard
Six plays later Stephen
Calhoun rumbled in from
two yards out to make it 7-0
with nine minutes left in the
first quarter.
Nine minutes before the
intermission the Falcons tied
the game up with a 30 yard
pass for a touchdown to
make the score 7-7, but it
didn't take the Crusaders
very long to respond.
With just 53 seconds left
on the clock Octavias Smith
punched it in to go up 13-7 as

the extra point failed.
The Crusaders' defense
got things going again in the
fourth quarter when they
recovered a fumble and went
70 yards for the score, with
eight minutes left in the game.
Ft. Walton Beach would
not go away as they pushed
the ball down the field' and
added another touchdown to
make the score 19-14.
The Crusaders iced the
game with just over a minue
left after snagging their third
From there the Crusaders
offensive sat on the ball to
lock up the win.
The Panhandle
Crusaders now get ready to
go fishing as they host the
Mobile Sharks this Saturday
at 7:30 pm at Escambia High
This Saturday's game is
jersey night. Get in to
Saturday's game for just
$5.00 when you wear your
teams favorite jersey.


DnortS June 25, 2008
JU\L lSection B


Santa Rosa's Press Gazette


Wednesday-June 25, 2008

This report represents
some events the FWC handled
over the past week; however, it
does not include all actions
taken by the Division of Law


On June 14, Officer Keith
Clark was on water patrol in
Big Lagoon. During a vessel
inspection Officer Clark dis-
covered undersized king mack-
erel on board. Officer Clark
issued the vessel operator a
citation for the violation.

On June 14, Officer Randy
Webb was near Wayside Park
in Gulf Breeze when he heard
an outboard engine revving up
at a high RPM. Officer Webb
proceeded to the area and saw'
a vessel leaving the ramp.
Officer Webb spoke'to an indi-
vidual on the dock who was
intentionally sprayed with the
vessel prop wash. The citizen
was able to give a good
description of the vessel.
Officer Webb called Officer
Fred Rondeau who was on
water patrol in the area and
gave him the suspect vessel's
description. Officer Rondeau
quickly found the suspect ves-
sel with the help of his radar.
When Officer Rondeau
attempted to stop the vessel; it
slowed but did not stop. The
suspect vessel then accelerated
and headed to the Gulf of
Mexico. Officer Webb got
into his nearby patrol vessel
and the Coast Guard was called
to assist After several miles,
Officer Rondeau backed off
the suspect vessel and tracked
its movement with his radar.
When Officer Webb and the
Coast Guard arrived in the
area, the suspect vessel was
approached and stopped.
Three intoxicated individuals
were found onboard. A search
of the vessel failed to produce
any contraband or harvested
fish on board. Officer
Rondeau arrested and trans-
ported the vessel operator to
the Escambia County Jail
where the subject refused to
give a breath sample. A com-
puter check revealed a past
conviction for DUI for the sub-
ject. Officer Rondeau charged
the operator with fleeing and
attempting to elude, boating
under the influence, violation
of navigational rule 36 and sev-
eral other infractions. His ves-
sel was seized.

On June 16, Officer Andy
Maltais set up a detail to work
Bayou Grande for suspected
violations that were occurring
along the shore after dark.
Because numerous roads dead
end into'the shoreline area of
Bayou Grande there are
numerous opportunities for
small vessel launching, shore-

line fishing, underage drinking,
and illegal drug use.
Additionally, since a new
county boat ramp, Dixon ranp,
has opened at the extreme west
end of the bayou, boaters are
now utilizing the rmunp, many
returning after dark from off-
shore trips. Officer Maltais
and Captain Mary Sumner
worked in a vessel checking
late arrivals returning to the
ramp, to spot possible viola-
tions along the shoreline and
call officers in from concealed
locations on land to investigate.
While watching a subject
along the shoreline Officer
Maltais and Captain Mary
Sumner heard someone yelling
west of their position. They
went to investigate and discov-
ered two subjects on shore who
appeared impaired, yelling for
their friend who was swim-
ming in the bayou. K-9
Officer Sarah Hahner respond-
ed to the area, made contact
with the two intoxicated males.
Officer Maltais and Captain
Sumner located the now
exhausted impaired swimmer
and directed him to stand up as
he was in waist deep water.
The exhausted swimmer was
directed by Officer Maltais to
walk the remaining distance to
the shore. Officer Ken
Manning arrived to assist with
the investigation. During con-
tact and investigation Officer
Hahner discovered one of the
individuals was, in possession
of cannabis. Officer Hahner
issued a citation to the individ-
ual for possession of less than
twenty grams of marijuana.


Officer Danny Arnette
responded to a complaint of a
male subject in possession of
an alligator. The complaint
was true, but turned out to be a
juvenile in possession of a 2
foot alligator. Officer Amette
seized the alligator from the
young boy who was keeping
it at a cousin's home where his
father would not know about it.
Officer Arnette explained to
the young man that not only
was it against the law to be in
possession of the alligator, but
that they also carried very bad
bacteria that could make you
very sick. Officer Arnette left
the young man a better
informed person.


Lt. Jay Chesser and
Officer Mike Nobles worked
the Econfina Wildlife
Management Area apd lands
bordering the Econfina Creek.
Upon pulling into an area,
clearly marked by two "no
trespassing" signs, they noticed
a man rapidly getting dressed
near his vehicle. After talking
with two female kayakers, it

was learned the male had been
standing by the creek naked as
they paddled around the cor-
ner. When the now clothed
male was asked about this, he
said some bugs were biting his
feet and he had to get in the
water. A criminal history
check revealed past arrests for
trespass and lewd and lascivi-
ous behavior. Citations were

K-9 Officer Mike Guy and
Officer Neal Goss IV were on
foot patrol when they checked
a parked vehicle that was flash-
ing its lights at them. The sin-
gle occupant of the vehicle had
bloodshot eyes and when
asked if he had had anything to
drink said he had a couple of
"home beers". After addition-
al conversation, he also was
found to possess a bag of
cannabis, a rock of crack
cocaine, and paraphernalia to
smoke both. The subject was
arrested and transported to the
Bay County Jail.

Officer Joe Chambers was
inspecting shore fishers when
he found a subject who appar-
ently gave a false name and
date of birth. After digging
further, the subject's real iden-
tity was found along with an
active arrest warrant from Bay
County for failure to pay fines.
The fisher was arrested and
transported to the Bay County

Lieutenants Jay, Chesser
and Drew Nelson and Officer
Mike Nobles responded to
Bayou George in reference to a
teenager who had been struck,
by a train while fishing on a
railroad trestle. The waters
around the trestle were probed
from the boat using a pike pole.
A Bay County diver working a
search pattern located the body.
The investigation is ongoing
by the Panama City Police

Officer Mike Nobles
found a large debris'pile recent-
ly dumped off of Daffin Lake
Road and items in the debris
lead to a subject who admitted
to illegally dumping the litter.
A citation was issued for the

Officer Joe Chambers was
inspecting fishers at the
Panama City Marina and dur-
ing his resource inspection
found a bag of cannabis. A
citation was issued and the
contraband seized.

Officer Chambers and Lt.
Jay Chesser were inspecting
boats at the Highway 388
Bridge on Econfina Creek
when they found one boat con-
taining two cannabis cigarettes.
A citation was issued and the
contraband seized.


Futbol Club of Santa
Rosa Summer Camp:
Futbol Club of Santa
Rosa Soccer Summer Camp
Director of Coaching Louie
Sahin will be holding two
summer camp sessions. The
dates are:
July 28-31 Session
U8-12 8am-10:30am
U13-U18 5:30pm-8pm
The cost of the sessions is
$100.00, registration forms
and further information are
available at the FCSR office
Adult/Youth Bowling
League: Oops Alley is form-
ing an adult/youth bowling
The league will meet
every Thursday night at 6:30
A league like this will
offer bowlers something fun
and spend time with your
For more information call
995-9393 or 623-6807.
Santa Rosa Kids House
Golf Classic and Auction:
Milton grad and current N.Y.
Giants kicker Lawrence
Tynes is hosting a golf tour-
nament July 11 at Tiger Point
Golf Club in Gulf Breeze.
Funds from this four per-
son scramble will benefit the
Santa Rosa Kids House.
Registration and putting
contest will run from 10 a.m.
to 12:30 p.m. with a shotgun
start at 1 p.m.
Lunch will be served on
the course and a All-Star
Auction and BBQ will follow.
Cost per individual player
is $125 and tickets for the
BBQ and auction are $25
For more information on
participating or to sponsor the
tournament call 623-1112,
ext. 102.
Milton Basketball
Camp Registrations are
being accepted for the Milton
Panther Basketball Camp.
The camp willbe July 21
to July 25 from 3 p.m. to
6:145 p.m. for boys and girls
ages 6 to 15.
The Championship level
of the camp is $70 and the
All-Star level is $60.
All campers will get a T-
shirt, instruction, games, and
an ice cream party.
For more information call
Milton High School at 983-
Milton High School All-
Star Camp: Milton High
Football Camp featuring
Cortland Finnegan and
Lawrence Tynes will be July

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7:54 PM Sun set

Sunday, June 29, 2008
2:07 AM Moon rise
5:22 AM 1.79 Feet
5:48 AM Sun rise
4:31 PM Moon set
5:00 PM -0.29 Feet
7:54 PM Sun set

Friday, June 27, 2008
12:52 AM Moon rise
5:48 AM Sun rise
8:23 AM 1.44 Feet
2:13 PM Moon set
6:31 PM 0.11 Feet
7:55 PM Sun set

Saturday, June 28, 2008
1:27 AM Moon rise
5:48 AM Sun rise
8:37 AM 1.75 Feet
3:21 PM Moon set
7:27 PM -0.22 Feet
7:55 PM Sun set

Sunday, June 29, 2008
2:07 AM Moon rise
5:49 AM Sun rise
9:14 AM 2.02 Feet
4:33 PM'Moon set
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9 to July 11.
Camp hours will be 8
a.m. to 11 a.m. for 7-12 years
of age and 1 p.m. to 4 p.m. for
campers 13 to 18 years of age.
Cost for the camp is $75
and is designed to teach the
kids fundamentals in a non-
contact environment.
Making appearances at
the camp besides Finnegan
and Tynes will be Rod
Walker, Reggie Slack, Greg
Allen, and Clay Peacher
along with many college
For more information
contact Milton Head Coach
Mike McMillion at 983-
5600, ext. 144 or Murry
Rutledge at 983-5616.
Kids athletic camps:
Pensacola Junior College will
be holding kids' athletic
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, con-
tact Coach Paul Swanson at
484-1303, pswanson@pjc
PJC Volleyball Camp for
Girls is 8:30 a.m. to noon July
14-17 at the PJC Milton cam-
pus. 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,
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 information, contact
Coach Brenda Pena at 484-
To register, contact the
individual coaches or call
Pace Library Sports
Raffle: Friends of the Pace
Library will be raffling off
various sports items 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 baseball, Boo
Weekley signed hat and pic-
ture, Haley Millsaps signed
hat and picture, Danny
Woerffle signed mini-hel-
mets, and much more.
Ticket sales are underway
for $10 each or six for $50.
The raffle ends Nov. 29.
Milton seeks players
for youth sports: The city of
Milton parks and recreation
invites all children grades K-
8 to participate in youth
sports this summer.
You can register your
child for football or youth
basketball Monday through
Friday from noon to 8 p.m. at
the Milton Community
Youth basketball sum-
mer season begins June 16.
The cost per child is $35
which includes a jersey.
Football season starts August
1; The fee is $95 if your child
needs a jersey or $75 if the
player has a jersey that fits
and is in good condition.

For more information
call 983-5466, ext. 209.
East Milton Rummage
Sale." East Milton Youth
Association will hold a rum-
mage sale Saturday July 12
from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the
ball park.
EMYA is currently
accepting donations for this
yard sale.,
All proceeds will go to
EMYA for the kids.
For more information or
to make a donation call 723-
P.IC Tennis Camp:
Tennis Camps at PJC will be
June 23 to June 27, July 7 to
July 11 and July 14 to July 18
at the Milton campus.
Children can participate
in the camps Monday
through Friday.
Ages 6-10 sessions will
be from 8:55 to 10:30 and
ages 11-15 from 10:30 to
The cost of the camp is
$55 and will be directed by
coaches Rene Grifol, Brian
Maloy and Benny Russell.
Minimum class size is
six students.
For more information or
to register call 484-1797.
*Soccer Director
Needed: The East Milton
Youth Association is looking
for a qualified soccer direc-
Qualified people inter-
ested should inquire at
Pace Patriot Football
Camp: Pace High School
will hold it's 14th annual
football camp July 29
through 31 at Pace High
The camp is for boys
ages seven to 14 and the fee
is $75 each.
Your fee includes
instruction, t-shirt, and lunch
on the final day of camp.
There will be several for-
mer Patriots on hand as spe-
cial guests to assist with the
For more information call
995-3600 or 994-8653.
Pace High Volleyball
Camp: Pace High will hold
their youth volleyball skills
camp June 24 through June
26 at the Pace High Gym.
This year's camp is $100
and is designed to teach the
basic fundamental volleyball
skills of passing, setting, hit-
ting, and serving.
Campers will receive a t-
shirt along with a pizza'party
the last day.
For more information, e-
mail volleyball coach Lauren
Barrow at
Pace High Basketball
Camp.: Pace High School
will hold it's annual Patriot
Boys Basketball Camp June
30 to July 2 at Patriot Gym.
The camp is open to boys
in grades three through eight.
Cost for the camp this
year is $75 and includes a
camp t-shirt and lunch on the
final day of the camp.
The camp will work on
ball handling, shooting, pass-
ing, basic offense and defen-
sive principles, a three-point
competition, competitive
games and team play.
For more information call
995-3600, ext 1158 or e-mail

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Speer to sing at Olive

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Allison Durham Speer, nering Billboard Magazine's
a regular performer on the number one spot for video
popular Gaither sales surpassing artists such
Homecoming Videos, will be as Garth Brooks and Britney
appearing Wednesday, July Spears.
2, in Pensacola. This event Her career as a success-
will take place at Olive ful Christian recording artist
Baptist Church, located at has taken Allison from her
1836 Olive Road, Pensacola. humble beginnings in
In honor of the upcoming Parksville, KY to some of
holiday celebrating our this nation's largest venues
nation's independence, as well as humanitarian aid
Allison will perform a patri- trips to Russia, Bosnia, the
otic set during the concert, Philippines, and South
which will take place at 6:00 Africa.
p.m. For additional informa-

The Gaither tion regarding Allison'
Homecoming videos have appearance, please contact
enjoyed recent broadcast Olive Baptist Church at 850
success on the television net- 476-1932.
work, TBN, as well as gar-

Stephanie in Concert


Catholic Charities
named lead agency
Catholic Charities was named the lead agency for Santa
Rosa County's Choose Life funds making them the stewards
of funds provided by local community members participat-
ing'in Choose Life License Plate Program (www.choose- Over the next few months, Catholic Charities will
be contacting local Santa Rosa county agencies that may be
eligible to participate as a Choose Life Qualified Agency. It
is our hope to, unite efforts in Santa Rosa County by decreas-
ing duplicative services and working together towards creat-
ing hope.
Qualifying Agency Criteria:
-Must not discriminate for any reason, including, but
not limited to race, marital status, gender, religion, national
origin, handicap or age.
-Non-governmental; not-for-profit agency located in
Santa Rosa County.
-Counsels pregnant women who are committed to
placing their children for adoption.
-Must NOT be involved or associated with any abor-
tion activities, including counseling for or referrals to abor-
tion clinics, providing medical abortion-related procedures,
or pre-abortion advertising.
-Agency does not charge women for any pregnancy
related services received.
-Must agree to comply with the provisions of Florida
Statute subsections 320.08062 and 32058(29).
For more information please visit www.catholicchari- or call the Program Coordinator Precious Arnold
at 850-436-6411.

Immanuel Baptist News

Immanuel Baptist
Church, located at 4187
Hwy 90, in Pace, along with
our Interim Pastor, Dr. Jerry
Passmore would like to
invite you to join us this
summer in some special
On Wednesday nights
beginning July 2, children
ages 4 years old up through
5th grade will be invited to
enjoy the. Cactus Canyon
Club VBS at 6 p.m. On
Sunday nights beginning
July 13, there will be a pro-
gram, "Getting to know
God," starting at 5 p.m.
Immanuel will also have
Summer Focus Groups for
the adults beginning July 13

at 5 p.m. Topics will be The
Blessed Life a study of
finances; Preparation for
Witnessing Prepare your
heart to be a witness; Faith -
Learn to share your faith;
The Five Love Languages -
a study for married couples;
and Seven Laws of the
Teacher A study on using
different methods of teach-
Wednesday Night Bible
Study is 6 p.m. and Sunday
night worship is at 6 p.m.
Do join us as we wor-
ship God, love people, and
serve the world. For more
information call the church
office at 994-6152.

Special Gospel Concert Jonathan A. Saavedra

Stephanie Leavins will be in concert Sunday, June 29, at the First
Assembly 'of God of Milton. The church is located at 6163
Dogwood Drive. Pastor Fred Rogers extends a warm and friendly
welcome to everyone for this special service. For more information,
call 626-2854. Or 626-0696.

"Feet accustomed to the road to

God can find it in the dark. "
Amy Carmichael

Marcus Pointe Baptist
Church of Pensacola will be
having a J.G. Whitfield
Memorial Gospel Sing. It
will feature two of the best
known names in Gospel
Music history The Dixie
Echoes and The Blackwood
Brothers Quartet. It will
happen Friday night, June
27, 7 p.m. Doors will open

at 5:30 p.m. For complete
details, go online at dixiee- or call Marcus
Pointe Baptist Church at
Both groups will be
recording a live video at this
event. We want to invite you
to be part of this live video

Jonathan A. Saavedra
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.
Theenlistment 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 $12,000 enlistment bonus.
Saavedra will report to
Fort Knox, KY, for basic
training in July 2008.
He is the son of Juan
and Debra Saavedra of
'Ashmore Lane, Pace, FL.

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SAsk the Preacher

Dear Pastor Gallups, "As a -Christian and a pastor,
what do you believe about the death penalty? Do you
think it is really a deterrent to crime?" U.Y. Pace
Dear U.Y.,
It is undeniable that the Word of God prescribes the
death penalty for certain crimes. The penalty is to be
administered by the governing authorities that are ulti-
mately accountable to God for the integrity in which they
carry out this awesome responsibility. (See Leviticus 20).
Some will argue that in the Ten Commandments, the
command, "Thou shalt not murder" would prohibit a peo-
ple from exercising capital punishment. This is simply not
so. Judicial executions were not prohibited.,In fact, the
same law, which included within it the Ten
Commandments, also carries clear provision for the death
penalty for certain offenses.
Capital punishment is absolutely a deterrent to crime.
When it is administered consistently, swiftly and fairly,
people do think twice before invoking this sure penalty
upon themselves. If nothing else, it certainly ensures that
the person committing the crime never commits another
such crime. Also, of course, the ominous responsibility of
fairness and absolute justice is upon the society that uses
Capital punishment.
It does NOT work as a deterrent if murderers, rapists,
terrorists and thugs know that the 'death penalty' will
probably never really be invoked upon them and that they
have an endless maize of appeals and legal maneuvers at
their disposal. As it stands today, society most often has to
pay for the horrible effects suffered by the victims of the
crime, then we pay for the criminal's legal defense, then
we pay the enormous expense of incarceration in a prison.
Often we pay for an "education," unbelievable med-
ical costs and pricey "rehabilitation programs." Society is
triple penalized because of someone else's lawlessness
and godlessness.
The death penalty that bothers-me the most though
U.Y. is the one that people invoke upon themselves when
they reject the salvation of God offered through Jesus
Christ. That penalty is eternal. I pray that everyone read-
ing this today is born-again through the blood of Jesus
Christ who died that we might have LIFE!
Carl Gallups is the Pastor of Hickory Hammock Baptist Church. in Milton. He has a Bachelor
of Science degree from Florida State University, and a Master of Divinity from The New Orleans
Baptist Theological Seminary. He has been pastor of HHBC since 1987. He serves as an
International Youth Evangelist for the Southern Baptist Convention preaching all over the U.S. and
Canada. For more information about HHBC, call 623-8959 or 626-8951, fax:623-0197. If you have
any questions for Ask The Preacher, send it to: Ask The Preacher, Hickory Hammock Baptist
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within 60 daos after the sole
Dated this 4 day at June, 2008.
Clerk of the Circuit Court
By: Brandy Norris
Depu Clerk
900 South Pine Island Road
Suite 400
Plnntntinn FL 33324-3920

SALE -U7-25837 jTCFM)
suant to a Summary Final Judg- AMERICANS WITH DISABILI.
ment of Foreclosure dated June TIES ACT, persons with
4 2008 entered in Civil Case disabilities needing a special
No. 57-2008CA-000174- accommodation should contact
CA-XXXX of the Circuit Court of COURT ADMINISTRATION, at
the 1ST Judicial Circuit in and the SANTA ROSA County
for SANTA ROSA County, Mil- Courthouse at NONE,
ton Florida I will sell to the 1-800-955-8771 (TDDj OR
highest and best bidder for cash 1-800-955-8770, via Florida
atthe NORTH FRONT STEPS of Relay Service.
the Courthouse, 6865 Caroline
Street at the SANTA ROSA 061808
F County Courthouse located at 062508
6816 Caroline Street in Milton, 6/62
Florida, at 11:00 a.m. on the
17 day of July 2008 the fallow-
ing describe property as set
forth in saoid Summary Final
Judgment, to-wit: Legal 6/658
FLORIDA* THENCE 90 DE 57-2008-CA-391

OF WAY) 1750.34 FEET TO

SAID WESTERLY RIGHT OF he/she/they be living; and if
WAY UNE 613.80 FEET TO he/she/they be dead, the un.
THE POINT OF BEGINN- known defendants who may be
ING; THENCE CONTINUE spouses, heirs, devisees, grant-
NORTH 03 DEGREES 34 ees, assignees, lienors, credi-
MINUTES '47 MINUTES tors trustees, and all parties
EAST ALONG SAID WEST- claiming an interest by, through
ERLY RIGHT OF WAY UNE under or against the Defend-
102.30 FEET; THENCE' ants, whoa are not known to be
SOUTH 90 DEGREES 00 dead or alive, and aol parties
MINUTES 00 SECONDS -'-i- claiming to have any
WEST 152.05 FEET; .V- ii :r interest in the prop-
THENCE SOUTH 03 DE- .ery described in the mortgage
GREES 34 MINUTES 47 being foreclosed herein.
DEGREES 00 MINUTES 00 that an action to foreclose a
SECONDS EAST 152.05 mortgage on the following prop-
Any person claiming an interest LOT 12 BLOCK C, SANTA
in the surplus rom the sale i ROSA HORES EAST RE
any, other than the proper CORDED IN PLAT BOOK B
owner as of the date at the lis PAGE 138 SANTA ROSA
pendens, must tile a claim COUNTY, FLORIDA.

L 1104 I 110_4.... I-, 1,1 4 .-1, 1 0 04-, unW.____-_4_.
Bids received after the lime set 5287 Bolden Lane" Bids re- and clearly labeled "BID TOWN OF JAY IN THE
has been filed against you and for the bid opening will be re- ceived after the time set for the 6505 Cedarview Road." COUNTY FIRE/RESCUE YOUR FAILURE TO APPEAR
you ore required to serve a jeced and return unopened bid opening will be rejected Bids received after the time set SERVICES MUNICIPAL OR RSPOND SHALL BE
copy of your written defenses. if o the bidder. All interested and relurne unopened the for the bidopenin will be re- SERVICE BENEFIT UNIT; TREATED AS A CONSENT
any, to it on DAVID J. STERN parties are invited to attend, bidder. All interested parties iected and return unopened PROVIDING FOR CODIFI- TO TERMINATION OF PA-
ESO. Plaintiff's attorney, whose are invited to attend, o the bidder. All interested CATION AND PROVIDING RENTAL RIGHTS AND YOU
address is 900 South Pine Is- Questions concerning this fpr io parties are invited to attend. FOR AN EFFECTIVE DATE. SHALL PERMANENTLY
land Road #400, Plantation FL ect should be directed to John Questions concerning this pra]- LOSE ALL LEGAL RIGHTS
33324-3920 on or before Jul Barnes of the Santa Rosa ect should be directed to John Questions concerning this orol- This Ordinance may be in- AS A PARENT TO THE
22 2008, no later than 30 County Building Inpections De- Barnes of the Santa Rosa ect should be directed to John spectled by the public prior to CHILD NAMED IN.THEIPETI-
days fromthe dote of the first apartment at (850) 98-7004. County BuildingInspectonsDe- Barnes o the Santa Rosa theabove scheduled meeting a CTION FOR TERMINATION
u licatio n of this notice of oc- t apartment at (850 981-7004. County Building Inspections De- the Office of the Clerk of OF PARENTAL RIGHTS.
hur and file the original w ith Project documents may be apartment at(850) 9817004. Courts, BOCC Support Services
the clerk of this court either be- viewed at the Santa Rosa Project documents may be Department, 6495 Carolne WITNESS my hand as the Clerk
fore service on Plaintiff's attor- County Procurement Deportment viewed at the Santa Rosa Proect documents may be Street, Milton, Florida. All inter- of said Court and the Seal
ney or immediately thereafter; o 6495 Caroline Sree, Milton; County Procurement Department viewed at the Santa Rosa nsled arlies shopd take notice thereof, this 20th day of June,
otherwise a default will be en. or the Santa Rosa County Plann- at 6495 Caroline Streel Milton; County Procurement Department at if they decide to appeal 2008.
tered against yqu for the relief inq and Zoning Department, or the Santa Rosa County Plann. at 6495 Caroline Street, Milton; any decision made by the
demand in the complaint or 6051 Old Bagad Highw ay, ina and Zoning Deportment, or the Santa Rosa County Plann- Board of County Commissioners CLERK OF COURT
petition filed herein. Milton, Florida. Specifications 6051 Old Bagdad Highway, ina and Zonino Department, with respect lo an matter cornm- SANTA ROSA COUNTY, FLOR-
may be secured from the Santa Milton, Florida Specifications 6051 Old Bago t i,:hh-.,., ing beFore said Board a said IDA
WITNESS my hand and the seal Rosa County Procurement De- may be secured from the Santa Milton, Florida.o r.:,: ,e,., meeting it istheir individual re. CIRCUIT COURT SEAL
of this Cour l at SANTA ROSA portment al a non-refundable Rosa County Procurement De. may be secured from the Santa sponsi ility to insure that a rec- By: Nicki Norton
Coun, Florida, this 9 day of cost of $10 per set, partmen t at a nonrefundable Rosa County Procurement De.- ord of the proceedings they are Deputy Clerk
June, 008 cost or $10 per set. partmert at a non-refundable appealing exists ane for such
A NDATOY pre-bid con- coslo 10per set. purpose they will need to insure 062508
MARY M JOHNSON ference vi nedon Juy 16, A MANDATORY prebid con haa verbatim record of the 070208
CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT 2008 at 10:30 a.m. local time ference wilbe heldc.. 1 A MANDATORY pr-bid con- proceeding is mode, which rec- 070908
COURT at 316l Country Mill Road, Mi(.- 2008 a0O1:00 pm :..: i, ference will be held c.-. .I, t', ord shall include the testimony 071608
CIRCUIT COURT SEAL ton, Florida 3257Q. All inter- at 5287 Bolden Lane Milton 2008 at 9:00 a.m. ,,..- and the evidence upon whinh 6/690
BY BRANDY NORRIS esled parties ore invited to at- Florida 32583. All interestat 6505 Cedarview Road, Mi- their appeal is to be based. In ________-
DEPUTY CLERK tend parties are invited to attend. ton, Florida 32570. All inter- terested parties rmay appear at
esled parties are invited to at- the meelinaand be heard with
LAW OFFICES OF DAVID J. The Board of County Commis- The Board of County Commis- tend. respect to These proposed ordi- Legal 6/691
STERN signers reserves the right to sioners reserves the right to nonces.
ATTORNEY FOR PLAINTIFF waive ,i:,,I t.,,:. in bids, to waive informalities in bids, to The Board of County Commis- IN THE CIRCUIT COURT IN
900 SOUTH PINE ISLAND reject -., : --.1 aids with or reject any or all bids with or sioners reserves the right to 062508 AN FOR SANTA ROSA
ROAD SUITE 400 without cause, and to accept without cause, and to accept waive informalities in bids, to 062508 COUNTY FLORIDA
PLANTATION FL 33324-3920 the bid that in its tudqment is in the bid that in its udament is in reject any or all bids with or 6/68 JUVENIL DIVISION
08-40529 (A[S)FM the best interest af Santa Rosa the best interest of Santa Rosa without cause, and to accept CASE NO 06-DEP-204
IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE County, Florida. County, Florida. the bid thot in its judment is in CASE NO. 06-DEP-204
AMERICANS WITH DISABILI- the best interest of Santa Rosa IN THE INTEREST OF:
TIES ACT, persons' with Santa Rosa County does not dis- Santa Rosa County does not dis- County, Florida. Legal 6/690
disabilities needing a special criminate on the basis of race criminate on the basis of race R.C.03/18/2003
acconmmodoation should contact color, national origin, sex, reli color, national ariain, sex, reli- Santa Rosa Counlty does not dis- IN THE CIRCUIT COURT IN
COURT ADMINISTRATION, at gion, age, or handicapped sto- gion, age, or hanSicapped sto- criminatle on the basis of race, AND FOR SANTA ROSA MINOR CHILD
the SANTA ROSA County tus in employment or provision tus in employment or provision color, national origin, sex, reli- COUNTY FLORIDA
Courthouse at af service, of service, gion, age, or handicapped sato- JUVENILE DIVISION TO: Vanessa Crane
1 -8 00955-8771 TO o nsnm yul or provision CASENO. -D TOVns Can o

1800-955-8771 (TDD or
1 800-955-8770, via Florida
Relay Service.

Legal 6/686

The Board of County Commis.
sioners of Santa Rosa County,
Florida will receive bids from
qualified licensed contractors
for the rehabilitation of the resi-
dence located at 3101 Country
Mill Road, Milton, Florida
All bids must be original and
delivered by hand Fed EX, or
mail to the Santa hosa County
Procurement Department at
6495 Caroline Street, Suite G
Milton, Florida 32570, and
must be received by 10:00 a.m.
local time, on Tuesday July 29
2008, at which time bids will
be publicly opened and read
aloud. Bids are to be sealed
and clearly labeled "BID -
3101 Country Mill Road."

By order of the Board of County
Commissioners of Santa Rosa
County, Florida.

Legal 6/687


The Board of County Commis.
sioners of Santa Rosa County,
Florida will receive bids from
qualified licensed contractors
for the rehabilitation of the resi-
dence located at 5287 Bolden
Lane, Milton, Florida 32583.
All bids must be original and
delivered by hand Fed EX, or
mail to the Santa Rosa County
Procurement Department at
6495 Caroline Street Suite G
Milton, Florida 3270; and
must be received by 10:0b a.m.
local time, on Tuesday, July 29
2008, at which time bids will
be publicly opened and read
aloud. Bids are to be sealed
and clearly labeled "BID -

Sus in employment or provision
By order of the Board of County of service.
Commissioners of Santa Rosa
County, Florida. By order of the Board of County
Commissioners of Santa Rosa
062508 County, Florida.

Legal 6/688

The Board of County Commis-
sioners of Santa Rosa County,
Florida will receive bids from
qualified licensed contractors
for the rehabilitation of the resi-
dence located at 6505
Cedarview Road, Milton, Flor-
ida 32570.
All bids must be original and
delivered by hand Fed EX, or
mail to the Santa Rosa County
Procurement Department at
6495 Caroline Street'Suite G
Milton, Florida 32370- and
must be received by 10:00 a.m.
local time, ..- T,.,. .- ., 1, 29
2008, at i..:-. i..- LJ will
be publicly opened and read
aloud. Bids are to be sealed


Legal 6/689

The reading and adoption of
the following proposed Ordi-
nance by the Board of County
Commissioners of Santa Rosa
County is scheduled for 9:30
a.m., July 10, 2008, in the
Commissioners meeting room at
the Administrative Complex,
6495 Caroline Street, Milton,

CASE NO. 07-DEP-73
M other of: R. C., a minor
M.L.S. DOB: 10/11/1990 DOB: 03/18/2003
MINOR CHILD that a Petition under oath has
been filed in the above styled
TO: Charles Sullivan, natu- Court for the termination ofpa-
ral father rental rights of R.C., a Iemale
child born in Brevard County
Parent of: M.LS., a minor Florida, by the Department of
child Children and Family Services
DOB: 10/11/1990 for subsequent adoption and
EBY ED you ore hereby commanded to
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED beand appear before the Hon-
1hat a Petition under oath has orable Marci L. Goodman,
been filed in the above styled Judge of the Circuit Court in
Court for the termination at pa- and' for Santa Rosa County,
rental rights of M.LS., a female Florida, at. the Santa Rosa
child, born in Santa Rosa County Courthouse, 6865 Car-
County, Florida, by the Depart- line Street, Milton, FL 32570,
ment of Children and Family on the 24th day of July, 2008 ,
Services, for subsequent adop- at 9:00 a.m. You must either
tion, and you are hereby com- appear on the date and at the
minded to be and appear be- time specified of send-a written
fore the Honorable Marci L. response to the Court prior to
Goodman, Judge of the Circuit tha time.
Court in and Tor Santa Rosa
County, Florida, at the Santa YOUR FAILURE TO APPEAR
Rosa County Courthouse, 6865 OR RESPOND SHALL BE
Caroline Street, Milton FL TREATED AS A CONSENT
32570, on the 24th day of July, TO TERMINATION OF PA-
2008 at 9:00'a.m. You must RENTAL RIGHTS AND YOU
either appear on the date and SHALL PERMANENTLY
at the lime specified or send a LOSE ALL LEGAL RIGHTS
written response to the Court AS A PARENT TO THE
prior to thai time.

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AUCTION-Wintel Park
REWARD Orlando), FL. 4br/3ba
For safe letum Female w/scieened' pool Online
German short haired bidding June '4th. Auction
Pointer. Black & white. I ends July 8th onsite w/live
1/2 years old.Answers w e b a st
to Maddie No collar.' i-r,
East Spencer Field area. .''_"' I
(850)686-07/3 REAL ESTATE AUCTION.
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Saturday, June 28th
6:30 am until noon
4160 Sheridan Drive
in Pace
Eternal Trinity
Lutheran Church.
6080 Old Bagdad
Highway, Milton
(corner of Avalon Blvd.
and Highway 90) will
have a. ummage sale
in the Fellowship Hall on
Friday, June 27th and
Saturday, June 28th from
8am until 12 noon on
both days. We will have
items such as books,
kitchen items, misc.,
and fresh baked goods.
Sponsored by Lutheran
Womens Missionary
League. Donations ac-
cepted. Contact person:
Lily Carothers 626-2051

Fri & Sat.
June 27 & 28
8am until 2pm
(cancel if rain)

Craft supplies, fabric,
plus-size clothes baby
clothes, household
goods, camouflage, etc.
June 27 & June 28th
3551 Haley Way
in Pace
(off Chumuckla Hwy.)
June 27 & 28
7am until ?
Toys, household & misc.
4258 Bell Lane
Saturday, June 28th
8arn until 3pm
4845 Friendly Street
in Pace. Furniture, lots of
miscellaneous & nice,
ladies clothes
(cancel if rain)

Double D Farms
Silver King Corn and
other seasonal vegeta-
bles. Also availabTe our
famous onions. 8858
Hwy 89 North at Allen-
town Florida. Closed
Sunday. 983-6925 or

| 3280 |
Carrier 2 ton
Heat Pump
S $400
Call 850-305-6739 or

Mowing, Trimming,
Edging, Raking.
Free estimates.
Martin Correll

Stewart's Tractor
Work & Land
Clearing, Inc.
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516-1801 or

R & L Tree
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Paintings from photos.
1120 Acrylic, pastels.
1120-Dogs, cats, horses, etc
"ATTENTION" o850)748-6302
Formally at My Nails II. tered Tennessee Walking
Now located at horses for sale. Excellent'
5442 Dogwood Dr. blood lines. Good dispo-
In Winn Dixie Plaza. sition. (850)675-5954
Next to Main Moon
(850) 623-4033

1140 1 211C


Thank You
Parents, and
David and Rhonda Low-
ell, Parents of River
Lowell, would like to
announce appreciation
of the caring and com-
passion offered by so
many in the community.
11 yr old 5th grader
was Paralyzed in an
auto accident in No-
vember 2007. The
community responded.
The outstanding staff qt
Bennett C. Russell did
an amazing job pre-
paring the students for
River's return, and wel-
coming him back into
the school system, in,a
The compassion and
manners of the students
have been very encour-
aging and kind, I'd like
to tank parents for
teaching kids kind
ettiquite about disabili-
I'd also like to thank
EMYA Dixon elemen-
tary, Milton High Var-
sity football, friends at
Sandy Ridge, Church of
His Presence, and eve-
ryone offering prayer
for the family. River is
well and remained on
the Honor Roll after mis-
sing almost 3 months of
school. He will be in
Avalon Middle School
this year I hope that
the students remain
helpful and kind at that
fragile age. Thank You
for your continued

Free Tabby kittens to
good homes. 8 weeks
old. 623-8672


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

JUNE 28. 671 recreational
acres in Cumberland
County and 77.18 acres
in Spring City, TN. Furrow
Auction Co.
1-800-4FURROW. TN Lic.

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In Winn Dixie Plaza.
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2 PLOTS Garden of
Honor II, Lot 17A Sp. 1
& 2 at Memory Park
Cemetery in Milton.
$1,750'for both. Call
Mickey (850) 918-9905.
Leave message.
$18-$20/HR. NO EXPERI-
910-9941 TODAY REF
Old roofing tin. Will pick
up. 983-8042

4100 Help Wanted
4110 Restaurants/Clubs
4120 Sales
4130 Employment

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Growing Sales Office
seeking Admin Assistant
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$8/hr and 40 hrs/Ak,
fax resumes to (9041
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position. Experience preferred.
Please fax resume to
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Milton FL 32570

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5324 Hamilton FEMA MOBILE
Bridge Road. HOMES. 3/1. East
3/2,1600 sq. ft., Gate Mobile Home
240 sq. ft. utility room. Ranch. 626-8973
Screened Poich/car port.
No pets. Non- Jay/Milton/Pace
smoking environment. Rentals 2 & 3 bed-
References & credit rooms. $400-$650 per
check. $1000 rent month.Section 8/Hud ac-
$1000. dep. 361-7945 cepted. Call 994-5703
4bd 2.5ba Home only Milton
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8%APR For Listings & into for rent. Call 983-7259
(800)815-4392. or 368-7506
Bagdad Milton
Small house. Water & 2/1 In Pollard Park
garbage furnished. No Total electric. No pets.
pets. Clean & in good $450. month/$200.
condition. Close to Tom deposit. Water and gar-
Thumb and 110. $500. bage included. Bay Crest
month, $200. dep. Realty. 994-7918
Brick home for rent. 3/1. 3/2 with fencedyard.
No pets. Large-yard. $575. rent, $575.
$600 dep., $60 month secury. Call Barbara
554-5796 377-6787
Nice, large home for Quiet Park, 2006
rent. '3/2 with fenced- 2/BR 2/BA. No Pets,
back yard, above ground non-smoking. $545 per
pool with deck and a 2 month plus deposit.
car garage. No pets. 626-1552
$800 dep., $850 month.
554-5796 N. Milton
r TClean, 2/1 mobile
FOR LEASE TO OWN home or rent. Water &
4 bedrooms, 2 bath. garbage included. No
2500 sq ft. Adams pets. $450. mo, $300
Home $199,900. dep. Call 675-6614
(850) 826-0832 dep. all 4
HOUSE FOR RENT Off Avalon Blvd
2 bedrooms central heat 2/BR, covered entry, all
& air. 994-5023 electric, CH/A, just re-
modeled. Water & gar-
HOUSE FOR RENT bage included.
2/1 in good area. All $425/mth $300/dep.
electric, central heat/air. No pets. 623-8753
Dishwasher, over-range
microwave, washer/ Pace
dryer hook-ups. Large 1/1 in park. .
storage building & car- $435/mth $200/dep.
port. Kitchen equipped. No pets.Water and
file in kitchen/bath., garbage furnished.
623-4976 or 255-581 Bay Crest Realty
MILTON AREA 994-7918
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748-9218. (utilities not 994-79!8
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stove, re No pets,
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ment. BerMrll area. Now Make it an island re-
$695/ren$600/dep. sort vacal elecon. Save as &
994-5946 50% on Suites & Gulffront
deposit $400, en Parlors $135. Limited time
Navafo r $450 (85 Baylorid offerst details
lake front 3br/2b, 2co, 888)-79 1 -0066.

1p, granite, just 5 min to
Hur7burt. Military dis-
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included in rent)d renal units rom

2/1 All electric. Central Call s, Key
non-smokheat & air. Fenced yaviron- Getaway to Parad viset

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$50/ren 6/dep. 623-1601on. Save s &
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rental. Convenient to Or- 7100 Homes
ange Beach & Johnson 7110 Beach Home/
Beach. Access to public Property
boa2/1 ramp and electronic. Centric 712 Sunsh- Commercial
heat & air, Fenced yard 7140 Farms Ranches
$507150 Lots an Acreage
Thousand-Oaks, Avail.


nge Beach & Johnson 7180 Investment
BEDROOM with Property
boprivat-rome bath and kitchen 7190 Out-ommer-Townal

area. non-smoking/non-alco nho w nuse

7150 Bank Repos 3bd 2bAcreage

| 6170 $400/mol 5%dn, 20yrs @
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Mobile Home For Rent 8008154392 es

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5-O3808o 6r 50345 AUCTION FLORIDA STATE-
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554-2388 or 626-345 Fort Walton Beach

Non-smoking environ- sf, 2.5 bar, newly remod-
ment, no pets. $600. eled, new roof new a/c
lease, references & & heat etc. $259,900./
deposit. 418-0783 Call (850) 6214314.
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Navarre -
2 story, 4 br, 21/2 ba,
2150sf home on large
natural lot. 9' ceilings,
separate living & dining
rooms, eat-in kitchen. Lg.
whirlpool tub and
separate shower in mas-
ter bath. Beautiful, quiet
waterfront neighborhood.
Priced to sell at the re-
duced price of
$248,750. Call 850
261-0322, or 685-8048
leave message.

Navarre -
2 story, 4 br, 2V2 ba,
2150sf home on large
natural lot. 9' ceilings,
separate living & dining
rooms, eat-in kitchen. Lg.
whirlpool tub and
separate shower in mas-
ter bath. Beautiful, quiet
waterfront neighborhood.
Priced to sell at the re-
duced price of $260K..
Call 850 261-0322, or
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FROM JUST $39,900 Lake
Guntersville, Scottsboro AL.
Marina, -gated entrance
u/g utilities. Buy now, build
later Excellent financing
available (877)917-5253
x 4270
LINA Property NOW IS
Streams Homes Cabins -
Acreage Call for FREE Bro-
chure. (800)642-5333 RE-
RUSHI 1 or 2-1/2
"Football Field" Sized Lotsl
$0 Down. $0 Interest.
159-$208 per monthly
Money Back Guaranteel
(866)745-3329 or
Poor Credit Prison keep-
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assisting people with Credit
Restoration since 1990.
More Information
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Pro-Grand Opening
Lakefront Salel 7 Acres-
$49,900. 6/21/08 Only.
New to market Speclacu-
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setting- deep waterfront
Prime, AL location, minutes
from Interstatel Gated com-
munity, paved roads,
county water, utilities,
more Lowest financing in
yearsI Call now
(800)564-5092, x 1144.


Berrydale community Lob cabin shell on 2 pri
n o rI vatfre acres near very wide
80 acres tor trout stream in the Galax
sale!!! area and New River State
80 acres for sale in Park, 139 500. Owner
Berrydale community. (866)789-8535-
Land has alot of timber.
Asking $8,000. per
acre. Only serious in-
quiries please. Call:
850-537-0172 or '
850-554-0379 Great for '
1 AC Homesite WAS AI n "
$69,900 NOW $39,900. L
10% down, three yr fixed 8100 Antique & Collectibles
interest at 6.59%. Private 8110- Cars
Gated Community Play- 8120 Sports Utility Vehicles
around, Lakes. 20 mins. 8130- Trucks
downtown, EZ drive to 8140- Vans
beaches near airport. 8150 Commercial
(877)439-5263. FL&R 8160 Motorcycles
8170 Auto Parts
8210-,& Accessories
8210 Boats
8220 Personal Watercraft
S 7 160S O 8230 Sailboats ,
8240 Boat & Marine
Pace Supplies
Newly remodeled 1997 8310'- Aircraft/Aviation
28 X 60 Doublewide 8320 ATV/Off Road Vehicles
manufactured home on a 8330 Campers & Trailers
quiet cul-de-sac lot in 8340 Motorhomes
Condor Estates in Pace.
All Brand New, roof, tile
floors throughout baths
and kitchen, carpeting,, 8 .1
paint, and 3 ton ACf" .0
heat unit. Live Oaks,
lust a beautiful. lot. 2004
$85,000.00 discounted Grand Am
r uick sale. Baycrest 7,900 total mileage.
Realy 994-7918 perfect condition.
TWO MOBILE HOME $13,000. 994-7609
Recently remodeled, 3/2 'Ford Mustang
each. Doublewide with ,
large shed & lake access. 2003 . .
$84 ,999 Sinlewide on White with rey interior
1 acres. 69,9. 95K miles. Great condi-
418-0783 tion. Excellent carl
$6000. Please call
'" Pay Cash for junk cars
S 7190 or trucks. Running or not.
A-c-on Call: 983-9527 or
Absolute Auction 723-5048
Sat. June 28 @ 10:00am.________
Home + 66+/- Acres Two 1949 Mercurys
Lumpkin (Stewart Co.) GA. Both 4 door. No engine
Ta e Auction
1800476-3939 GA AU or transmission. Build one
#003069 Albert Burney out of two. Won't need
(2561543-1654. alot of work. $1,000. for
both. 994-9784
Coastal Georgia- Gated
Golf/ Waterfront Commut .' .
nity located between Sa-
vannah and St. Simons Is-
land. Fitness Center, nature 1 8120 "-
trails tennis boat docks,
SPEdAL PRINGstartin Chevrolet Tahoe 2005
at $65k. (877)266-7376 55 500 miles- $26,000.
Call 850-622-0270
Colorado Ranch Foreclo-
sures 100 Acres lust Great Little SUV
$59 900 Other ranches Ford Explorer Sport
available Year-round roads, 1998. AT, AC, PWR
access to utilities. Excellent New Paint Black
Financing Available. N
(866)6965263 X.4289 4WD $3500 Call 598-1500
LAKEFRONT 3.5 acres
$49,900. Nicely wooded,
gentle slope to water. n ,Ex- B2Q r \
cellent fishing. Perfect for 32 C i
retirement/ weekend geto-1992 Regal Comma-
way Lowest financingancing inde. Wie Vo
25 years. Must see. Call dre Twin Vo. /O
(888(792-5253, x1 892 with cabin AC. $30K
How about TENNESSEE? ask for Tom.
For a list of available lake
& mountain homes &prop-
erties call Lakeside Really PT'ffi1.
toll free @ (888)291-5253
or visit 834 39 FT. '02
$24,900 Clarks Hill Lak bedro si1
on GA/SC BorderExcel- 2 bedrooms with 1 large
lent financing available, slide. Washer & Dryer.
Call Todayl $11,500. obo. Serious
(877)426.2326 x 4352 inquiries. 850 6234286 or 850 607-3526

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