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Publication Date: January 14, 2009
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G (Santa Ro8sas Press

Your only hometown newspaper for over a century!

Wednesday, January 14,2009

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Authorities search for missing Indiana man who

reportedly made distress call before parachuting

The pilot of a plane who
crashed Sunday night in East
Milton, a mile north of the Pe-
ter Prince Airport, is on the
run in Alabama.
As of press time, Marcus
Schrenker, 38 of Indianapolis,
is being sought by authorities
after he apparently ditched his
plane after issuing a false dis-
tress call to the FAA Atlanta
Schrenker, who has identi-
fied himself on his YouTube
site as an "Unlimited Aero-
batic Pilot with 10,000 plus
hours of experience," took off
Sunday from Anderson (Ind.)
Municipality Airport and was
headed for Destin.
When the plane was 35
miles southwest of Birming-
ham, he contacted the FAA
Atlanta Center declaring an
in-flight emergency.
Schrenker reported that
the windshield of the aircraft,
a six-seat Piper Malibu PA-
46 Turbo Prop, had imploded
and he was bleeding severely
After that initial call, radio
contact with Schrenker was
Apparently, investigators
now believe he intentionally

abandoned the plane by put-
ting it on auto pilot and para-
chuting to the ground.
Military jets were dis-
patched to intercept the plane,
which they found around 12
miles north of Whiting Field.
Pilots used flares to light the
area around the plane and to
check on the pilot.
They noticed the door to
the aircraft was open and the
cockpit was dark.
The plane crashed about
9:15 p.m. in the Magnolia Ba-
sin, which is north of the Lake-
side Drive and Lakeside Court
area and six miles south of
Whiting Field.
When officials found the
aircraft, there was no blood in-
side; however, the impact had
heavily damaged the plane,
which came to rest on its roof.
After a search for the pilot
was called off, the Santa Rosa
County Sheriff's Office re-
ceived a call from the Childers-
burg (Ala.) Police Department
about 2`26 a.m. Monday
Officers in Childersburg
reported that a white male
subject came up to one of their
officers at a store stating he
had been in a canoeing ac-
cident with some friends. He

BILL GAMBLIN I Press Gazette
Officers with the Santa Rosa
County Sheriff's Office talk
after the search for Marc
Schrenker was called off
late Sunday night.
Schrenker, who departed
from Anderson (Ind.)
Municipal Airport headed
for Destin, apparently set
his Piper Malibu on auto
pilot and parachuted near
Childersburg, Ala.
At top, a photo of Schrenker
provided by

For more breaking news in
the search for Marc
Schrenker and to see a
video of him flying, go to

*The plane crashed around
9:15 p.m.
*Marcus Schrenker, 38, is
from Indianapolis and was
flying to Destin.

ACLU gets

injunction for

,ligious activity

On Monday morning,
Santa Rosa County Su-
perintendent of Schools
Tim Wyrosdick confirmed
that the school system has
been ordered to cease and
desist the promotion, plan-
ning, and permitting of
school sponsored religious
"I have been instructed
by our attorneys to not
comment on the case while
it is pending. However, I can
say that the current resolu-
tion regarding the ACLU
lawsuit allows Santa Rosa
County to self-correct and
become compliant with
Constitutional Law," says
Wyrosdick says the
ACLU informed the board
of possible violations and
the board investigated
the situation and found a

few possible instances of
concern. The board then
decided to self-correct the
issues it found.
"Our goal is and will
always be to remain neu-
tral and not prohibit, nor
promote religion in school.
Our mission is always to
protect children and their
rights and to educate
them," Wyrosdick says.
The ACLU announced
in a news release that
the United States District
Court Judge M. Casey
Rodgers granted a prelimi-
nary ihjunction late Friday
in the highly publicized
American Civil Liberties
Union case seeking to pre-
vent Santa Rosa County
School District officials
from proselytizing and
conducting other religious
activities in public schools.
The court's order

2010 Teacher of the

Year Semifinalists


According to the Execu-
tive Director for the Santa
Rosa County Education
Foundation Cathy Purdon,
the foundation has an-
nounced the five semifinal-
ists selected from 34 nomi-
nees for Santa Rosa School
District's Teacher of the
Year 2010.
Congratulations to
Joy Tyner, Avalon Middle
School, Brandi Williamson,
Jay High School, Michelle
Barlow, Pea Ridge Elemen-
tary School, Beth Lees, B.C.
Russell Elementary School,
and Kim Rounsaville, West
Navarre Primary School.

The SREF Teacher of
the Year Selection Commit-
tee, which consists of ad-
ministrators, business and
community leaders, and
past Santa Rosa Teachers
of the Year, will observe the
finalists in their classrooms
and conduct interviews be-
fore selecting three finalists
later this month.
The Santa Rosa Golden
Apple Celebration will be
held on February 27, 2009
at New World Landing to
present Teacher of the Year
awards and honor all Santa
Rosa County teachers.
For sponsorship informa-
tion or tickets to the event
visit www.santarosa.kl2. or call 983-5043.

of Pea Ridge of Jay High of Avalon of West Navarre
Elementary School Middle School Primary

Official: Ambulance service continues to exceed expectations

According to Santa
Rosa County Public Infor-
mation Officer Joy Tsub-
ooka, the county's ambu-
lance service provider,
Lifeguard Ambulance Ser-
vice, continues to exceed
the county's compliance
standards in the first quar-

ter of the fiscal year.
For the months of Oc-
tober, November and De-
cember, Lifeguard Ambu-
lance met the response
time requirements more
than 90 percent of the time,
based on fractile response
time, not an average, as
required by contract:
*Total calls: 1,197

*Met response time re-
quirements 93.27 percent
for rural calls
*Met response time re-
quirements 93.02 percent
for urban calls
*Met response time re-
quirements 93.05 percent
for combined calls
*Total calls: 1,262
*Met response time re-

quirements 92.71 percent
for rural calls
eMet response time re-
quirements 93.53 percent
for urban calls
*Met response time re-
quirements 93.45 percent
for combined calls
*Total calls: 1,268
*Met response time re-
quirements 92.94 percent

for rural calls
*Met response time re-
quirements 92.80 percent
for urban calls
*Met response time re-
quirements 92.81 percent
for combined calls
Calls under the old
standards required for Ru-
ral Metro:
*Urban calls en
route and on scene in 12

eRural calls en route
and on scene in 20 min-
Calls under the stan-
dards -adopted October
2007 require:
*Dispatch to on scene
in 10 minutes for urban
*Dispatch to on scene in
18 minutes for rural calls

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Eight band students from Avalon Middle School in Milton were recently chosen to participate in the
Southeastern United States Honor Band and Clinic at Troy University in Troy, Ala., on Dec. 4-6. The
Avalon Band is under the direction of Mr. David Riggs. Band members are, from left, Grey Price,
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Bureau warns of fraudulent TDD calls

The Better Business Bu-
reau has received reports of
at least three businesses in
the Destin area who have
been contacted by scam-
mers looking to place a large
order for a "church" or "mis-
sion" in a foreign country
and pay with a credit card.
Thomas Dodd, owner of
BBB Accredited Business
Double D Glass and Mirror,
first alerted BBB to this re-
cent scam, which seemed to
be targeting glass business-
es. After receiving BBB's
warning about the scam,
Johnny Himes, president
of Himes Sign Corpora-
tion, also a BBB Accredited
Business, reported being
contacted through a similar
Although this is not a
new scam, a new twist in
this scam is that the use of

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apparently in an attempt to
add legitimacy to the call.
Dodd reported that he
received a call through
Sprint's TDD Relay Ser-
vice, during which the caller
requested his e-mail ad-
dress. While Dodd was on
the phone, a Sprint Super-
visor interrupted the call
warning him that the call
sounded fraudulent.
BBB thanks Dodd for
providing a copy of the
scammer's e-mail, included
below. As is typical with
these types of scams, the
e-mail is full of grammatical
errors and stresses thatthey
must be able to use a credit
card to pay for the order. Of
course, the credit card,is
later discovered to be stolen
or invalid. These scams also
commonly require addition-
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From: water frank
Subject: Glass Order Urgent For Church ....
To: Double D Glass and Mirror
Date: Tuesday; January 6, 2009, 12(21 PM

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ACLU from page A1

requires school officials to'
discontinue myriad policies
and practices that promote
religion throughout district
On Dec. 15,
board, the superinten-
dent, and the principal
named in the suit filed an
"Admission of Liability"
with the Court regarding
the district wide constitu-
tional violations.
A release issued Mon-
day morning by Santa
Rosa 'County District
Schools states the attor-
neys for the district have
filed a legal pleading with
the U.S. District Federal
Court, Northern District
of Florida requesting the
court assist the parties
in preparing a document
whereby the rights of
students to exercise free
speech, including private
prayer at school, is pro-
tected and to assure that
religion in schools in nei-

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ther prohibited nor pro-
The release also says
that school personnel,
during their employment,
are to remain neutral in-
these matters.
Wyrosdick says the
board believes this course
of action will permit the
board to retain what it
legally can, reduce legal
expenses during this time
of financial crisis, and
permit personnel 'to focus
solely on the education of
its students.
"The court has entered
a preliminary order on this
matter. A final order will
be entered after meetings
with the Federal Magis-
trate," says Wyrosdick.
According to the news
release by the ACLU, .the
decision prohibits the
school district's spon-
soring prayer at school
events, such as gradua-
tions, orchestrating reli-

gious baccalaureate ser-
vices, and proselytizing
students during class and
extra-curricular activi-
The release says that
ACLU attorneys attempt-
ed to work with the school
district for two years prior
to filing litigation.
Benjamin James Ste-
,venson, principal litigator
and staff attorney with the
ACLU of Florida's North-
west Regional office says
he is pleased with Friday's
"The School District
ultimately did the right
thing in admitting and ac-
cepting responsibility for
its violations of students'
constitutional rights,"
says Stevenson. "We look
forward to working with
the defendants and the
court to permanently
bring the school district in
line with the First Amend-

The ACLU of Florida
filed the lawsuit, along
with the ACLU's Program
on Freedom of Religion
and Belief, in August 2008
on behalf of two Pace
High School students.
The complaint, which
named the Santa Rosa
County School Board, the
district's superintendent,
and the principal at Pace
High, School as defen-
dants, charged that school
officials committed wide-
spread violations of the
Establishment Clause of
the First Amendment to
the US. Constitution. On
December 15, 2008, the
school board, the super-
intendent and the princi-
pal filed an "Admission of
Liability" with the Court,
owning up to the district-
wide constitutional viola-
Download a PDF of the
order at


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Thursday, 6:41 p.m.
Hi this is Jerry. I'm sor-
ry those buildings burnt
down, but I got to say it is
time for them to go. For
probably $25,000 you can
knock them down and car-
ry those old bricks to the
dump where they belong.
And boy, is it really needed
to let them solve the traf-
fic problem in the center
of old Milton. If you drive
there are hundreds of cars
trying to get across that
bridge. The time is now to
fix it. Those old buildings

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banta Kosa's -ress Uazette I A4S

was identified by his Indiana
driver's license as Schren-
ker and was described as
wet from the knees down
with no other injuries. He
also had some goggles that
looked like they were made
for flying, according to the
Sgt. Scott Haines.
Schrenker was taken to a
nearby hotel in Harpersville,
Ala., and after learning about
the airplane crash contacted
the Santa Rosa County
Sheriff's Office.
Childersburg Police
returned to the hotel and
discovered Schrenker had
checked into the hotel un-
der a false name. When they
went to his room, he was not

According to Childers-
burg Police, Schrenker paid
for his room with cash, put
on a black toboggan cap and
ran into the woods located
next to the hotel.
Currently officials in Ala-
bama, Indiana and Florida
are working to locate Sch-
renker, while the FAA and
NTSB officials are at the
crash site in East Milton to
conduct their investigation.
As planes flew overhead
to locate the abandoned
plane and help officers lo-
cate the crash site, many
area residents were puzzled
by the extra air traffic over
their homes.
Residents in the area no-
ticed the military jets flying

over as they were spotting
the plane and assisting
emergency personnel find
the crash scene, which had
to be done via GPS coordi-
"My wife ran to the bed-
room to grab our son when
the plane went overhead,"
said Michael Stone, an East
Milton resident on South Air-
port Rd. "It sounded like the
plane was going to crash into
our living room.
"Since that, there are
several officers and planes
with spotlights on flying
Residents in the area are
used to hearing planes be-
cause of the proximity to the
Peter Prince Airport.

"We were home watch-
ing a movie when we heard
this jet fly over the house,
and we felt like it was go-
ing to crash into the home,"
said Mike Morris. "We didn't
know what was going on as
we kept hearing the jets and
the helicopters.
"Normally, we hear bomb-
ing practice from Eglin and
planes taking off from the
airport, but to hear jets like
that that low is something
totally different."
Haines said it was very
difficult to get to the crash
site Sunday night.
"We had to use boats to get

there and then had to walk in
a swampy wooded area next
the area of the Blackwater
River off of Lakeshore Drive,"
Haines said. "We searched
the area in an effort to locate
the pilot utilizing helicopters,
planes, boats and dogs, but
we could not locate him."
Schrenker's aircraft was
registered to Indianapo-
lis-based Heritage Aircraft
LLC, while his Icon Group
includes Heritage Invest-
ment Services and Heritage
Wealth Management in In-,
Current attempts to con-
tact these entities owned by

Schrenker have been unsuc-
cessful, as the numbers do
not seem to be active.
Schrenker's plane was
based at the Anderson Air-
port, and according to Ron
Smith, interim manager of
the Anderson Municipal Air-
port, he flies pretty regularly
and is known to fly regularly
to Florida as well.
Attempts to contact the
Childersburg Police were
unsuccessful as of press
" Assisting with the re-
port was Justin Schneider
with The Herald Bulletin in
Anderson, Ind.

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A4 I Santa Rosa's Press Gazette

Church Synagogue Mosque
or Religious Article, Larc-
Petit 1st Off. 12/26/08
Mogul Edward Arthur;
Male; 70; 8369 Punjob Rd,
Milton; Aggrav Asslt W/
Deadly Weapon W/O Intent
to Kill. 12/27/08
Slay, Bryan' Dennis;
Male; 28; 4381 Burbank Dr.,
Milton; Probation Viola-
tion-Felony 12/26/08
Starnes, Aundrea Re-
nea; Female; 37; 4223 Bay
Cedar Ln, Pace; Battery-
Touch or Strike; Battery
on Officer Firefighter EMT
Etc (3 cts.), Kidnap Mi-
nor-Confine Child Und 13
YOA W/O Consent of Par-
ent, Cruelty Toward Child
Abuse W/O Great Harm (2
cts.), Resist Officer With Vi-
olence (3 cts.), Resist Offi-
cer Obstruct W/O Violence
(2 cts.) 12/27/08
Eads, Michael Ray;
Male; 47; 4101 Floridatown
Rd, Pace; DUI Alcohol or
Drugs 4th or Subseq Of-
fense, Refuse to Submit to
DUI Test. 12/27/08
Rogers, Joshua Doyle;
Male; 21; 2355 Forsyth St,
Pensacola; DUI. 12/28/08
Andrews, Stephen Mad-
ison; Male; 20; 5611 Rolyat
Rd, Pace; DUI. 12/27/08
Garner, Laura Mer-
tins; Female; 46; 4737 Bay
Breeze Dr., Gulf Breeze;
DUI. 12/24/08
Bostic, Jr., David Alto;
Male; 31; 5656 Paddle Wheel
Dr, Milton; Probation Viola-
tion-Felony. 12/29/08
Bushey_ Brandi Lyn;
Female; 33; 109A Sasser
St, Niceville; Larc-Theft
is $300 or More But Less
Than $5,000. 12/29/08
Wallace, Nikolaus Oli-
ver; Male; 27; 2220 Frontera
St, Navarre; Drive While
Lic Susp 3rd or Subseq Of-
fense, Veh Theft-Grand 3rd
Degree. 12/29/08
SWatts, Rayfael Ranordo;
Male; 32; 1221 El Paso Cir-
cle, Pensacola; Probation
Violation-Felony. 12/29/08
Yazvac, Stephen Mi-
chael; Male; 43; 6575 Ro-
bie Rd, Milton; Larc-Theft
is $300 or More But Less
Than $5,000, Dealing In
Stolen Property. 12/29/08
Hill, Misty Anne; Fe-
male; 31; 4680 Dobson Rd,
Jay; Probation Violation-
Felony. 12/29/08
Skipper, Carol Che-
rie; Female; 29; 3017 Wind
Meadow Dr., Gulf Breeze;
Marijuana-Distrib Sched-
ule I. 12/29/08
Beiue. Michael, Paul;
Male; 43; 6389 Jade Circle,
Pace; DUI. 12/29/08
Enfinger, Joshua
Wayne; Male; 19; 6014 Ham-
ilton Bridge Rd, Milton;
Veh Theft-Grand 3rd De-
gree, Marijuana Possess
Not More Than 20 Grams,
Smuggle Contraband-In-
troduce Into Detention Fa-
cility. 12/30/08
Lanser., Dallas Cam-
eron; Male; 24; 51 Gulf
Breeze Pkway, Gulf
Breeze; Aggrav Battery-
Persons Uses A Deadly
Weapon. 12/30/08
Mamuscia,. Anthony
Michael Dwayne; Male; 20;
7971 Kipling Street, Pen-
sacola; Burgl of Unoccu-
pied Dwelling Unarmed No
Asslt/Batt, Larc-Petit 1st
Off. 12/30/08
Martin. Larry Thomas;
Male; 41; 5582 Kingery Rd,
Milton; Probation Viola-
tion-Felony. 12/30/08
Mitchell, II, Robert
NMN; Male; 29; 209 Ses-
sions St., Milton; Flee/Elude
Police Fail to Obey LEO Or-
der to Stop, Drive While Lic
Susp 2nd Off, Trespassing
Property Not Structure or
Convey, Marijuana Possess
Not More Than 20 Grams.
Vandenakker, Mike Pa-
bia; Male; 25; 3360 La Ley-
enda Ct, Gulf Breeze; Fail
to Register Motor Veh, At-
tach Registration License
Plate Not Assigned, Drive
While Lic Susp 3rd or Sub-
seq Off. 12/30/08
Caruso, Lance Anthony;
Male; 16; 3656 Ginger Ln,
Navarre; Larc-Grand of

Firearm, Fraud-Illeg Use
Credit Cards Use More 2
Times 6 Mos Obt Gds Mon-
ey $100 More. 12/30/08


Robert; Male; 21; 160 Lit-
tle Egypt Rd, Tuscumbia,
AL; Damage Prop-Crim
Misch-Church Synagogue
Mosque or Religious Ar-
ticle, Larc-Petit 1st Off.
Edwards, Justin Allen;

Male; 17; 679 Kennedy Ct,,
Dubuque, IA; Burglary-
Unoccupied Structure
Unarmed (2 cts.), Larc-Pe-
tit 1st Off. 12/28/08
Ivevy.JeremyClay; Male;
20; 160 Little. Egypt Rd,
Tuscumbia, AL; Damage

Prop-Crim Misch Church
Synagogue Mosque or Re-
ligious article, Larc-Petit
1st Off. 12/26/08 .
Leitch, Shelby Mark
David; Male; 22; 804 Brook
Meadow Ln, Pensacola;
Damage Prop-Crim Misch

The following listings
are felonies beginning
Dec. 26, 2008 through Jan.

Newman, Brittney
Marie; Female; 20; 4610
Bridgedale Drive, Pensac-

ola; Escape. 12/26/08
Andrews, Stephen
Madison; Male; 20; 5611
Rolyat Rd, Pace; DUI, Pos-
sess Marijuana Over 20
Grams, Narcotic Equip-
Possess and Use. 12/27/08
Douglas, Benjamin

$267 was
$267 $2 each
2" x 4" x 96" Top Choice
Kiln-Dried Whitewood Stud #7001
slop-vac' g 4

clearanc- el

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Mature plants shown, Actual
plant material at store may vary.

780 per was per
sq.ft. 97 sq.ft.
Laminate Flooring .
*Darlington Oak #56323

$349 was
10 Lb. Wild Bird Seed

$0997 was
2 $4497
3-HP (Peak), 6-Gallon
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REPORT from page A4

Pardee, Christopher
Scott; Male; 33; 8696 Rob-
inwood Dr., Milton; Drugs-
Possess Meth W/Intent to
Sell Manufacture Deliver,
Narcotic Equip-Possess
And or Use. 12/30/08
Barbeau, Jr., Robert
Allen; male; 28; 9114 Corn-
field Way, Milton; Battery-
Felony Batt or Dom Batt
By Strangulation, Dam-
age Prop-Crim Misch
Over $200 Under $1,000,
Burgl W/Asslt or Battery.
Berry, Ron Colby;
Male; 20; 7506 Buckeye
Dr, Navarre; Public Order
Crimes-Crim Att Sol Con-
spire 3rd Deg Fel Lvl 3 to 10,
Damage Prop-Crim Misch
$1,000 or More, Larc-Grand
Theft $10,000 or More Less
Than $20,000. 12/31/08
Jackson, Robert Joel;
Male; 25; 2549 Salamanca
Street, Navarre; Robbery
By Sudden Snatching W/
0 Firearm or Weapon,
Jennings, Richard Mi-
chael; Male; 51; 6987 Be-
gonia St, Milton; Probation
Violation-Felony. 12/31/08
Johnson, Jabin Jesse;
340 Duval Street, Ft. Walton
Bch; DUI Alcohol or Drugs
3rd Violation W/In 10 years.,
Marijuana Possess Not
More Than 20 Grams, Nar-
cotic Equip-Possess And or
Use. 1/1/09
Larsen, Gilbert Aldred;
Male; 43; 5660 Balderas
Ave., Pensacola; Burgl of
Unoccupied Dwelling Un-
armed No Asslt/Batt, Larc-
Grand Theft $5,000 or More
But Less Than $10,000.
Lockwood, Lynne Ma-
rie; Female; 28; 8233 Calle
Mo; Navarre; Possess Co-
caine. 12/31/08
Reynolds, Guy Blaine;
Male; 54; 199 Miller Rd, Mil-
ton; DUI Alcohol or Drugs
4th or Subseq Offense.
12/31/08 .
Wise, William Terry;
Male; 46; 4223 Celtic Cir,
Milton; Drugs-Delivr/Distr
Methamphetamine (2 cts.).
Gibbons, Jesse David;
Male; 18; 10807 Ulmer-
ton Rd, Largo, FL; Utter-
ing Forged Bills, Checks,
Drafts, Notes. DNG
Palmer, Robert Lee;
Male; 57; 5140 Trenton Dr.,
Pace; Sexual Battery. DNG
Bailey, Katie Ruth; Fe-
male; 57; 5793 Windermere
Trace, Pace; Aggrav Asslt
on Person 65 Years of Age
or Older (domestic vio-
lence), Battery On' Person
65 Years of Age or Older
(DV). 12/31/09
Ballifiger, Matthew
Lee; Male; 14; 5662 Mulat
Rd, Milton; Sex Asslt By
Under 16 YOA Sex Bat-
tery Victim Under 12 YOA,
Lewd Lascv Behavior Ex-
hibit By Person Less 16
YOA. 1/1/09
Burke, Christopher Mi-
chael; Male; 37; 8152 Sevilla
St., Navarre; Probation Vio-
lation-Felony. 12/31/08
Miller, Adam Brandt;
Male; 40; 3829 Legend
Creek Dr, Milton; DUI,
Drugs-Possess Cntrl Sub
W/O Prescription. 1/1/09
Hayes-Ehart, Eden
Whitney; Female; 23; 2074
Crafford Lane, Navarre;
DUI. 1/1/09
s Miller, Adam Brandt;
Male; 40; 3829 Legend
S Creek Dr, Milton; DUI.
Wilson, Emmanuel
Arneze; Male; 31; 6457 Bass
Ln, Milton; DUI. 12/31/08
Broxson, Melody Del-
ane; Female; 46; 11942
White Road, Youngstown,
FL; Probation Violation-
Felony. 1/3/09
Carnley, Tara Saman-
tha; Female; 23; 6243 Win-
stead Rd, Crestview; Per-
S mit Unauthorized Person
; to Drive, Drugs-Possess
Cntrl Sub W/O Prescrip-
tion. 1/4/09
Cotton, Richard Alan;
Male; 47; 5944 Starlite Ln,
Milton; Arson-lst Degree
Dwelling Building People
Present. 1/3/09

Lee, Jared Allen; Male;
26; 5712 Berry St, Milton;
Aggrav Battery-Person
Uses a Deadly Weapon,
Burgl With Assault or Bat-
tery. 1/3/09

Noriz, Eric Daniel;
Male; 27; 237 NW Watson
Drive, Ft. Walton Bch;
DUI, Drive While Lic
Susp Habitual Offender.
Smith, Vickie Lynn;
Female; 48; 44 Pen Haven;

Pensacola; Larc-Theft is
$300 or More But Less
Than $5,000, Larc-Petit
1st Off, Fraud-Utter False
Instrument, Forgery of Al-
ter Bank Bill Note Check
Draft. 1/2/09
Daniels, Michael De-

wayne; Male; 22; 4512
Limit St, Milton; Possess
Cocaine. 1/3/09
Hilliard, Maxwell Oli-
ver; Male; 33; 6673 Sanders
St, Milton; Drive While Lic
Susp Habitual Offender.



January 15-19, 2009

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for the pair). Pedestals sold separately. Lmit 1 laundry pair per customer. Price reduction taken at register
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(MEDE300VF) #298209 $1198
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Purchase 2 identical Whirlpool or
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Applies to fireplaces and mantels, fireplace accessories, fireplace
maintenance, gas logs, all stoves and vent-free gas space heating.
Offer starts 1/15/09. While supplies last. Discount taken at register.
Selection may vary by store. See store for details.

Kellkum, Miranda Re-
nee; Female; 27; 7483 Har-
vest Village Ct, Navarre;
Aggrav Battery-Person
Uses A Deadly Weapon
(domestic violence).
Robinson, David

Wayne; Male; 16; 5865 Cur-
tis Rd, Pace; Veh Theft-
Grand 3rd Degree. 1/2/09
. Youti, Stirmand NMN;
Male; 44; 6010 74th St., Ft.
Lauderdale; Battery on
Detention Facil Employee
W/Fluids. 1/2/09

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The vultures

are flying

It's funny how everyone wants to step
forward with an opinion as soon as tragedy
Less than a week after the fire in downtown
Milton's historical district people are acting
like vultures, looking to pick the bones of the
lost buildings. They're wanting to quickly use
the "space" to four-lane Caroline Street.
This is a noble idea except for one slight
problem: how are you going to fit four lanes
between the Fischer Hamilton building and
the building across Caroline Street?
Who is willing to show the wisdom of Sol-
omon and decide which building should be
bought and destroyed? And, even if that deci-
sion is made, who, will pay to buy the struc-
We wouldn't want to make that decision and
it doesn't seem many in Milton would, either.
The results of a Highway 90 survey taken
by the City of Milton show many supporting
the use of Old Highway 90 or Bagdad High-
way. Of the 510 responses, a whopping 310
wanted the route to go south as proposed by
the City.
Only 182 people wanted to widen Highway
90 through downtown.
Now some might think the historic down-
town district is destroyed, but it isn't.
The Exchange Hotel, the Imogene, the
Fisher Hamilton Building and many others
are still standing.
The challenge is to propose a fitting pur-
pose for this area.
Let's be the first to say, a parking lot would
not be a good choice.
We want to challenge developers to hit the
drawing boards and develop a rebuild plan
with the same historic flair and standards as
those lost.
Will it cost a little more? Probably, but
downtown Milton is growing.
If you don't think downtown Milton is im-
portant and holds a special place in the hearts
of its people then you weren't there the night
of the fire. Residents were there, watching in
awe and, in a few cases, even crying.
This is their town and the town in which
they grew up. Each building held a special
significance to the residents.
The same is true for your local paper. One
of the buildings lost was the original home of
the Press Gazette.
Currently, there are people reaching out to
help those displaced by the blaze. Just look at
the outpouring of support to restore the Imo-
Equipment is there to minimize the dam-
age caused by this disaster so it can return to
its original glory.
Remember, in 1984 the Imogene appeared
to be doomed, but people stepped up and
saved it.
Well, citizens are stepping up again. Yes,
there's a small' group that loves to find the
negative in things and it is calling for widen-
ing the road, most agree that's not the best
plan for Milton's future. There would still be a
bottleneck before the bridge.
The die has been cast and Milton needs to
remain strong.
And the way she will grow is by replacing
the lost structures with facilities to stand the
test of time for years to come.
Some things are not meant to be dis-
And, we think, historic downtown Milton is
definitely one of them.

We want you to share your views on the
above topic(s) or any topic -with other Santa
Rosa's Press Gazette readers. Your views are
important, too.

Send your letters to:

6629 Elva Street
Milton, FL 32570

Fax: (850) 623-9308

Letters may be edited for content for to fit the
available space. For a letter to be published, you

must sign your name and include your phone
number and address so we may contact you for
verification, if necessary.

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Hightower's column
misses the mark

Jim Hightower's col-
umn of January 9, 2009,
regarding Tribune Com-
pany and Sam Zell is filled
with numerous errors
that need to be corrected
immediately. Mr. High-
tower's column appears
to be based on a com-
plete misunderstanding
of Tribune's going-private
To begin with, Sam Zell
did not buy and does not
own Tribune Company.
The company is, in fact, 100
percent employee-owned.
In addition, absolutely
NO employee pension
money was used to fi-
nance the transaction,
nor were any employee
pension monies used as
collateral for bank loans
to "buy" Tribune, as Mr.
Hightower asserts. As

such, no pension money
was "put at risk." (In fact,
employee-related ben-
efit programs such as the
401(k) plan and the then-
existing employee stock
purchase plan collected
about $600 million in the
Employees did have a
"say in the deal," despite
what the column suggests.
Tribune shareholders ap-
proved the going-private
transaction overwhelm-
ingly by shareholder vote
and employee-owned
shares were a significant
part of that approval pro-
As to the $40 million
paid to Tribune's former
CEO Dennis FitzSimons,
most of that payout came
from cashing out shares
that he acquired and paid
for over the course of a 25-
year career with the com-
pany, rather than some-
thing that was "given" to

Finally, no employee
pensions were "wrecked."
In fact, employee
holdings in pre-existing
retirement-related ac-
counts remained in those
accounts as the trans-
action moved from an-
nouncement in April 2007,
until closing in December,
As a private company,
beginning in 2009 Tribune
established a new retire-
ment plan for employees
with three components:
A cash-balance plan
to which the company
contributes 3 percent of
employee pay (the first
contribution was made
earlier this year);
A 401(k), and
An employee stock
ownership plan or ESOP
Employee accounts
connected to the cash
balance and 401(k)
plans remain in tact;

the value and struc-
ture of the ESOP going
forward will be deter-
mined during the restruc-
turing process. To sug-
gest that employees are
likely to lose their pen-
sions is not only wrong, it
is irresponsible.
The underlying as-
sumptions of Mr. Hight-
ower's column are based
on a total misunderstand-
ing of Tribune's decision
to become a private com-
pany and the means by
which it did so. As such,
his column is completely
misinformed and does a
terrible disservice to your
readers. I would appreci-
ate your correcting these
errors as soon as pos-
Thank you.

Gary Weitman
Tribune Company



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Santa Rosa's Press Gazette | A7

__Immanuel Baptist NEWS

By Pastor Jerry Passmore

All churches in the
Southern Baptist Conven-
tion have an opportunity to
give a mission offering an-
nually to the Lottie Moon
Christmas Offering. The
offering is named after a
missionary who served in
China, Lottie Moon. Each
church sets it own goal
and usually asks their
members to give to this
offering during the month
of December. Churches

also participate in a Week
of Prayer, which is associ-
ated with this missionary
endeavor. Immanuel set
a goal of $14,000.00 to be
given to the offering. The
goal for the entire South-
ern Baptist Convention
was $174,000,000.00. This
is approximately one half
of all the money needed
to support over 5000 mis-
sionaries in 167 different
foreign countries. The goal
for Immanuel was as high
a goal set in the history of

the church. This amount
had never been given be-
fore. The members of Im-
manuel gave $18,778.65 go-
ing well over their goal.
Our Winter Focus
Groups began Sunday Jan.
11th at 5 p.m. The topics for
these groups are:
1. iMarriage: This study
will major on removing
the big "I" from marriage.
The marriage will focus
in fulfilling one another's
2. Lord Is It Warfare?

Help Me To Stand: This
study will teach you to put
on the armor of God to re-
sist the -methods the devil
uses to destroy you.
3. The Way of The Mas-
ter: This study will mo-
tivate you to share your
faith with others.
4. Strong Still-A Wom-
an's Guide To Turning
Your Hurts Into Healing
For Others. Maybe you
feel as if you have no con-
trol over your present situ-
ation. This study will help

you gain control.
5. Becoming a Conta-
gious Christian Student
Edition: Designed to help
students discover and de-
velop their unique evange-
lism styles.
6. Winter Bible Study
on Exodus: The study will
overview the book of Exo-
We also are present-
ing two Focus Groups on
Wednesday evenings be-
ginning January 14-April 1
1. How To Talk Con-

fidently With Your Child
About SEX.
2. Parental Guidance
Required. This study will
help you develop strong
relationships with your
As you read this article,
if you attend this com-
ing Sunday you will have
missed only one session.
We would encourage you
to join with us. -Jerry
Passmore, IBC Interim

Associate pastor at Milton church

receives master's from NOBTS


Rafael Anthony Llorens
from Oak Harbor, Wash.,
received the Master of Arts
with specialization in bibli-
cal studies degree Dec. 13
at .New Orleans Baptist
Theological Seminary.
Llorens, associate pas-
tor of Hickory Hammock

Baptist Church in Milton,
Fla., is married to the for-
mer Tammy Burkett of
Pensacola, Fla. He is the
son of Rafael and Irma
Llorens of Lemoore, Cal.
One of the world's larg-
est accredited seminar-
ies, New Orleans Baptist
Theological Seminary of-
fers associate, baccalaure-

ate, master's and doctoral
degrees in biblical studies,
theology, pastoral minis-
try, church history, Chris-
tian education, counseling
and music. The seminary
is owned and supported by
the Southern Baptist Con-
Llorens's home church
is Hickory Hammock

Baptist Church.
He holds the Bachelor
of. Arts in church music
and an associate in divin-
ity from the Florida Bap-
tist Theological College
in Graceville, Fla., and
an associate in health in-
surance from the Health
Insurance Association of

Kornerstone BRIEFS

Food Pantry
The Shepherd's House
Ministries, Inc. located on
Stewart Street will be hav-
ing their "Good Samari-
tan" Food Distribution on
Friday, January 16 at 11

a.m. Sign in is at 7 a.m.
for Santa Rosa County.
For more information, call

Divorce Recovery
Experiencing the pain

and grief of divorce? "Navi-
gating Divorce" is an 8-ses-
sion workshop designed to
make the transition from
married life to single life
more understandable. The
workshop begins Wednes-
day, Jan. 21, from 6:15 to 7:30
p.m. Activities are provided

for all age children. This
workshop is a non-denomi-
national class held at the
United Methodist Church,
Dogwood Drive in Milton.
For reservations (needed
so materials can be or-
dered for all participants),
call 623-0614 or 623-882P0.

Women's conference slated for February

Special to the Press Gazette

First United Methodist
Church of Pace will be hold-
ing a women's conference,
"Grace So Amazing" on Sat-

urday, February 28. Time of
the conference will be 8 a.m.
to 2 p.m. Guest speaker for
the conference will be Dawn
Smith-Jordan. Tickets are
$25 each (Early Bird special)

and will be $30 after Jan.
31st. Ticket price includes
a catered lunch, conference
materials and a chance to
win fabulous door prizes
throughout the day. Ladies

come and enjoy this "Grace
So Amazing." The church is
located at 4540 Chumuckla
Highway in Pace. For reg-
istration and more informa-
tion, call 850/994-5608.

SRCEM offers scholarships for firefighters


Midway Fire District
Training Academy will offer
its first Emergency Medical
Technician Basic course be-
ginning February9. Twenty-
four students will be accept-
ed in the first course which
is approved by the Florida
Department of Health and
Florida Bureau of EMS
and licensed by the Florida
Department of Education.
Utilizing a State of Florida
EMS Grant, Santa Rosa
County Emergency Man-

agement will offer six partial
scholarships of $550 in 2009
to county firefighters to pro-
mote continuing education
and increase the number
of EMTs available to serve
the citizens of Santa Rosa.
The scholarships will not be
available for Midway's inau-
gural EMT course, but for
the second course offering
which begins in July.
Those interested in
participating in the EMT
program must attend the
course orientation held on
January 15 at 6 p.m. at Mid-

way Station 37 located at
1801 Abercrombie Road in
Gulf Breeze. Applications
will be available during the
orientation. Accepted dandi-
dates will need to complete
a physical and provide docu-
mentation that all immuni-
zations are current before
the first class.
. Midway Fire District's
EMT program will offer 256
clock hours, with.184 hours
didactic and 72 hours of clin-
ical and field internships.
The first course is sched-
uled from February 9-May

23, with classes on Mondays,
Wednesdays and Thursdays
from 5 p.m.-10 p.m. at Mid-
way Station 37. Candidates
must have a high school
diploma or G.E.D and a cur-
rent CPRprovider card. The
cost of the course including
tuition, text books and sup-
plies is $1144.
Santa Rosa County fire-
fighters who would like to
apply for one of the scholar-
ships available in July are
asked to contact Brad Bak-
er, Emergency Services Co-
ordinator at (850) 983-4610.

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Ask the Preacher.

...a week/y column answering your
questions with Biblical answers about li//e.

Pastor Gallups, "It appears that the A.C.L.U. has
won its case against our School System in Santa Rosa
County. What do you think about this A. C.L. U. victo-
J.L. Pace

Dear J. L.,
I have spoken at length with our Supt. Tim
Wryosdick. The ACLU did not "win" the case. In reali-
ty, because of the hard and diligent work of our
Superintendent, School Board and other school officials
everybody "won." Let me explain.
The suit alleged certain violations of settled law con-
cerning what a public school can and cannot do with
regard to religious activities and events. Our school
authorities, once research was done and confirmation
was assured, have admitted liability to some of these
charges. That is, we now know that we were in fact in
violation of several issues of settled law. It was a matter
of not knowing we were in violation until the research
was done.
The School System's response was to issue "self-
correcting" policies that would insure two very impor-
tant things:
The Constitutional rights of teachers and students
as to what we "CAN DO" are protected by court-
approved policy. These policies will clearly state
what school authorities and students may do in
regard to expression of religious thought and free-
That no continued violation of "settled law" in
regards to stepping "over the bounds" of religious
expression by teachers and students would know-
ingly occur in our School System from this point
Apparently, the Judge in the case has "AGREED"
with and "APPROVED" the action of our'
Superintendent and school system. This eliminates fur-
ther legal expense to our County and allows our School
system to get on with the process of educating our chil-
dren. In this sense, I do not believe that we "lost"
the case.
I, for one, really appreciate Supt. Wyrosdick's
emphasis on protecting the existing rights of teachers
and students in regards to Constitutionally protected
rights of religious expression and freedom. Contine to
pray for our school system officials.

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 te Southern Baptist Convention preaching all over the U.S. and Canada. For more informa-
tion about HHBC, call 623-8959 or 626-8951, fax: 623-0197. If you have any questions for Ask The
Preacher, send it to: Ask The Preacher, Hickory Hammock Baptist Church, 8351 Hickory Hammock Road,
Milton, Florida 32583-paid advertisement

Cutting Medicaid Hospice puts needy individuals at risk

The State of Florida's
proposed elimination of
the Medicaid benefit that
provides hospice care to
some of the state's most
fragile individuals actually
would cost Florida millions
more than. the state cur-
rently spends adding to
the state's budget deficit
rather than reducing it
- according to a newly re-
leased study commissioned
by Florida Hospices and
Palliative Care (FHPC),
the statewide group rep-
resenting all of the state's
hospice providers includ-
ing Covenant Hospice.
FHPC engaged The
Moran Company, a Wash-
ington-based health care
research and consulting
firm, to examine the state's
financial assumptions and

develop an independent
evaluation of the impact of
eliminating the Medicaid
Hospice Benefit, as recom-
mended by Florida's Agen-
cyfor Health Care Adminis-
tration (AHCA). The study
reviewed actual state data
for fiscal year 2007 and con-
cluded that if the cut had
been in place at that time,
the state's health care bud-
get would have been $3.7
million more. In contrast to
the findings of the Moran
Company report, AHCA
claims cutting the benefit
for fiscal, year 2009 would
save the state $343 million
in Medicaid payments.
FHPC Executive Di-
rector Paul Ledford said,
"This report reinforces our
view that Florida can't af-
ford to take this misguided
approach to dealing with
its budget difficulties, es-

pecially since it will only
make the budget situation
worse. Cutting the Medic-
aid Hospice Benefit doesn't
mean the needs of the ter-
minal patient change; it
just shifts those costs to
more expensive ways of
delivering those vital ser-
vices. "We appreciate the
financial challenges that
Florida's government fac-
es, but cutting the Medic-
aid Hospice Benefit simply
isn't the answer or even
a part of the answer," Led-
ford added.
The report contained
the following major find-
-Eliminating the Med-
icaid Hospice Benefit will
not save the state money,
and likely will result in in-
creased spending for man-
datory services. The report
conservatively estimates

an additional $3.7 million
in state Medicaid costs, as
patients needing end-of-life
care would end up in more
expensive settings, such as
hospital emergency rooms.
-Such action also will
likely increase the burden
on Florida counties to pro-
vide indigent care through
already financially stressed
indigent care programs.
-The loss of the service
coordination, care man-
agement, and supportive
services offered by hospice
will increase fragmentation
of care forterminally ill pa-
tients, limit their access to
palliative care, and burden
families and caregivers, po-
tentially limiting their em-
ployment and educational
-The beneficiaries in
Florida's Medicaid hospice
program are different from
the Medicare population
that dominates hospice
services. Florida Medicaid-
only hospice patients are
younger and more likely to
be in the terminal stages of
cancer or have HIV/AIDS

related conditions than
Medicare or dual Medicare/
Medicaid patients. Their
average length of stay in
hospice is shorter, and their
care is more likely to be
complex and involve man-
agement of severe symp-
toms that, unmanaged, trig-
ger emergency room visits
and/or hospitalization.
-The cut also would
mean that Florida would
lose revenue. For every
dollar Florida cuts in the
hospice benefit, the state
will lose $1.25 in matching
Federal Medicaid support.
The research study also
noted that, until now, every
other state that has studied
eliminating the Medicaid
Hospice Benefit has reject-
ed that approach for pre-
cisely the same reason it
ends up costing more mon-
ey than would be "saved."
In fact, Connecticut recent-
ly added the benefit, and
now only two states do not
offer it.
"Hospice has avitalplace
in health care," noted Dale
0. Knee, Covenant Hospice

President and CEO. "In ad-
dition to the cost effective,
compassionate, hands-on
medical care we provide,
we also take care of our
patients' psychosocial and
spiritual needs. We care
for patients as well as their
loved ones."
. "Hospice is an all-inclu-
sive benefit," Knee added.
"Every visit by our nurses,
hospice aides, social work-
ers, chaplains, physicians
and community-based vol-
unteers is covered by a per
diem payment that is wide-
ly recognized as cost-effec-
tive. And, from that same
small per diem payment,
hospices provide patients
- without charge all of the
prescription drugs, over-
the-counter medications,
medical equipment and
medical supplies associat-
ed with a patient's primary
diagnosis. Hospices also
offer bereavement care to
each patient's loved ones
for at least a year after the
patient has died, all at no
additional cost to the health
care payment system."

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The Board of Directors of the Pace Water System would like to announce that Qualifications to become
a candidate for election to the Board of Directors has officially opened. To become a Candidate you must
be at least 18 years old and be a member of the Pace Water System. Candidates can qualify by filling out
the qualification form in the news-paper or picking up a form at the Pace Water System Office located at
4401 Woodbine Road. There will be one Board Member elected from each of three Voting Districts.

District I North of Hwy 90 to Tunnel Road and.Gardenview Road, North and East of Guernsey
Road to Berryhill Road and East of Chumuckla Highway 197 to Pond Creek.

District 2- South of Hwy 90 to the Bay and West of Mundy Lane to Escambia River and North
and West of Chumuckla Road to Guernsey Road and North and West of Woodbine Road to
Tunnel Road.

District 3 East of Mundy Lane and South of Hwy 90 to Pond Creek
including all of the Avalon Beach area to Indian Bayou.

Deadline for qualifying is 4:00 PM January 16, 2009.

(2009 Election- February 19, 2009)

We the undersigned members of the Pace Water System, respectfully request that the following
name be placed in nomination as a candidate for a member of the Board of Directors of said

Candidate's Name Address Phone #

Our candidate lives in District of the Pace Water System.

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Some say leaders are born, not
made. But whatever the situation, it's evident
that our friend and colleague, John Reble, fits
the mold of a genuine forerunner in a number
of areas with which we are all familiar.
Although he is perhaps best known as Chief of
the Milton Fire Department, John is a pacesetter
in many other areas as well.
It will soon be 13 years that John
i(: I has been affiliated with the Milton Fire
Department as its Chief, but his experience in
the firefighting business precedes that span by
another decade. But John has been more than a
City of Milton department head. He has been an
involved citizen'in many civic and cultural
;__ { affairs of the community, becoming a respected
voice in many public affairs. His leadership
John Reble abilities were clearly defined along the way
when he was president of the Santa Rosa
Historical Society, and even more clearly emphasized during the perilous hours when
the Imogene Theatre was in imminent danger of destruction.
The recent devastating fire which destroyed a great deal of Milton's most impor-
tant history served to identify and emphasize some of those outstanding qualities
which have long been a part of John's character. As incident commander, he directed,
coordinated, supervised or otherwise called the plays of the efforts of multiple fire-
fighting units which minimized the dangers of the fire to more of the city and adjacent
But you know what? John has never made any attempt to make a big deal of it.
He's a practical, sensible individual whose work is partial of his life and the exercise of
it a natural extension of his character. Over the past dozen years or so, we have had
the opportunity to experience his contributions to the community and haye found him
to be determined, dedicated, committed, courageous, and genuinely involved in the
cultural and public safety areas that so greatly affect us all.
Thank you, John, for being there when we most needed you. Although recent
events have not specifically elevated you to greater levels, they have brought a
renewed awareness and appreciation for the services under your supervision. We
salute you for your effort, your dedication to duty, and your obvious concern for our

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AMd | banta Rosa's Press Gazette


Wednesday, January 14, ZUUY

vveanesaay January I 4. ZUUY


Santa Rosa's Press Uazette I AV

Fish and Wildlife REPORT

This report represents
some events the FWC han-
dled from Jan. 2 to Jan. 8
by the Northwest Region
of the FWC Division of Law
Enforcement; however, it
does not include all actions
taken by the Division of
Law Enforcement.

Officers Keith Clark and
Fred Rondeau were check-
ing bank fishermen in Santa
Rosa County. Two individu-
als under the age of 21 were
in possession of alcohol. Ci-
tations were issued to both
individuals for the violation.
Lt. Brian Lambert and
Officer Fred Rondeau were
on water patrol in Pensacola
Bay. During one inspection,
an individual was found in
possession of an undersized
scamp. Officer Rondeau is-
sued the individual a citation
for the violation.
Lt. Brian Lambert ob-
served a vehicle driving ap-
proximately five miles per
hour and swerving back and
forth in Escambia County
near the Alabama state line.
The vehicle was stopped
and'the driver showed signs
o:f' impairment. The driver
agreed to perform some
field sobriety tasks. The
tasks were performed poorly
and Lieutenant Lambert ar-
rested and transported the
individual to the Escambia
County Jail. At the jail, the
individual refused to give a
breath sample.

Officer Joe Chambers
completed an investigation
intotwo separate felons hunt-
ing with firearms. Officers
Jeff Gager and David Brady
assisted him with serving
felony arrest warrants. One
subject was booked into the
Washington County Jail and
the other into the Walton
County Jail.

Officers Dennis Palmer,
Mark Clements, K-9 Officer
Mike Guy, and Reserve Of-
ficer Joey Miles were work-
ing a decoy deer detail in
northern Bay County when
a vehicle turned around and
stopped at the decoy One
occupant shined a flashlight
on the decoy, while another
shot it. Three subjects were
cited for night hunting and
the firearm was seized.
K-9 Officer Mike Guy com-
pleted an investigation into a
felon hunting with a firearm
when he obtained an arrest
warrant for the subject's ar-
rest The subject was photo-
graphed on a game camera
carrying a rifle and later ad-
mitted to trespass and hunt-
ing with the firearm.
Officer Dennis Palmer
was patrolling the closed Cat
Creek area of the Econfina
Wildlife Management Area
when he observed a truck
parked in the middle of one
of the roads. Officer Palmer
maintained a visual on the
truck for about five minutes
and then as he approached,
the truck began to drive
away. The truckwas stopped
and a loaded high?powered
rifle was observed on the
passenger seat. In addition
to road hunting, the driver
possessed a hunting license
that was expired more than
one year, had no manage-
ment area permit and was
hunting in a closed area. A
citation and several written
warnings were issued.
Officers Mark Clements
and Warren Walsingham
responded to a complaint
from a private landowner
about dogs he heard running
on his property and the still
hunt portion of the Econfina
Wildlife Management Area
bordering his property. The
officers found two subjects
in the still hunt area running
dogs. Both hunters were
cited for the violation.
Lt. Jay Chesser and Of-

ficer Mike Nobles found a
camouflaged subject pos-
sessing a high?powered
rifle in a closed section of the
Econfina Wildlife Manage-
ment Area (Cat Creek) who
said he was 'just out for a
walk". Later he admitted to
hunting in the closed area. A
citation was issued.
Officers Neal Goss 'and
Nick Price were patrolling
Choctawhatchee Wildlife
Management Area when a
resource check found a sub-
ject in possession of less than
20 grams of cannabis. Later
that day while patrolling the
Econfina Wildlife Manage-
ment Area, they located a
subject hunting in the closed
area of Cat Creek and a con-
victed felon in possession of
a firearm and ammunition.
Officer Nick Price was
patrolling the Gulf of Mex-
ico when he located a ves-
sel fishing at anchor. Upon
seeing the officer approach,
the vessel began leaving the
area. OfficerPricefoundfour
gag grouper, 13 red snapper
and a red drum floating in
the water where the vessel
had been anchored. They
were attached to a nylon
rope. Two individuals on
board admitted to the viola-
tion and stated they needed
some fish for an upcoming
fish fry. They were issued
citations for taking red snap-
per during closed season,
possession of undersized
red snapper, possession of
undersized gag grouper, pos-
session of one oversized red
drum, interference with an
inspection and failure to re-
turn fish alive and unharmed
back into the water.
Officer David Erdman
received a favorable disposi-
tion on a boating under the
influence case. The defen-
dant was adjudicated guilty
and ordered to pay a fine of
$1,155.00. In addition, he was
ordered to serve 11 months
of probation and perform

75 hours of community ser-
vice. He must complete a
substance abuse course and
boating safety course. His
vessel will be immobilized
for 30 days.

Officer Carmon Brownell
answered a complaint from
an individual who stated
there was a still hunter
hunting over bait (corn) in
the Womack Creek Wildlife
Management Area. When
Officer Brownell arrived,
the hunter had exited the
tree he was hunting from
and was at his vehicle. Of-
ficer Brownell found ker-
nels of corn in the back of
the hunter's vehicle. When
asked, the hunter took Of-
ficer Brownell back to the
tree he was hunting from
which had bait scattered
around it. The hunter ad-
mitted to hunting over the
bait. The hunter was issued
a citation for hunting over
bait in a wildlife manage-
ment area.
Officer Chasen Yar-
borough was performing
camp inspections in Frank-
lin County. At Gardener's
Landing, Officer Yarbor-
ough encountered an 18-
year-old subject consuming
an alcoholic beverage. Fur-
ther inspection revealed the
presence of a water bong
(pipe) in a vehicle at the
campsite. The subject ad-
mitted that the water bong
belonged to him. Officer
Yarborough issued citations
for possession of alcohol by
a person under 21 years of
age and for possession of
drug paraphernalia.
On Jan. 5 Officers Woody
Cook, Travis Huckeba, Don
Walker and John Allen con-
ducted an oyster detail in
Apalachicola Bay. The of-
ficers boarded nine vessels

The inspections revealed
several violations includ-
ing oystering in condition-
ally restricted waters, no
saltwater products license,
no Apalachicola Bay oyster
harvest permit, no Apala-
chicola Bay oyster harvest
permit numbers displayed
on the harvesting vessel, no
hull identification number
on a vessel and various ves-
sel safety equipment viola-
tions. Seven misdemeanor
citations and two written
warnings were issued for
the violations.
Officers Michael Slo-
tin and John Allen and Lt.
Rama Shuster were on
nighttime patrol on the
offshore patrol vessel "Ori-
on" when they observed
a shrimp boat inside the
three mile line near Cape
St. George. A closer pass
at the vessel revealed
three nets in the water.
The officers boarded the
vessel and issued the cap-
tain a citation for using
more than two nets in near
shore waters. When con-
cluding the boarding, the
officers observed another
vessel shrimping in near
shore waters ,with three
nets. While approaching
the second vessel, the offi-
cers observed the captain
run out on the back deck
and .attempt to pull the net
up before the patrol vessel
pulled alongside. The ves-
sel was boarded and the
captain was issued a cita-
tion for using more than
two nets in near shore wa-
On Jan. 3 Officer Mi-
chael Slotin conducted a
fisheries inspection on a
vessel as it off loaded along
the Carrabelle River. Offi-
cer Slotin observed several
coolers being unloaded and
carried to a truck. Among
the day's catch were five
red snapper. The captain

was issued a citation for
possession of red snapper
during closed season.

K-9 Officer Jeff Babauta
and the Investigations Unit
set up a robotic deer rep-
lica before dawn 'in east
Leon County. The two of-
ficers were there just min-
utes when a truck carrying
two Labradors backed into
a gate where they were
hiding. The driver exited
the vehicle and crossed
the road where the rep-
lica was placed. Officer
Babauta recognized the
subject as a duck hunter
from the week before. The
two dogs began to bark at
the officers hiding in the
bushes and the subject
said, "If that's the game
warden, get 'em." Little
did he know that Officer
Babauta was working his
magic with the remote
control. The subject saw
the replica moving and
ran across the road to re-
trieve his rifle from the
truck. The subject then
returned to the opening in
the road and shot twice at
the replica. The officers
confronted the subject
and he complied. In the
end, the two dogs were
taken home and the viola-
tor was transported to the
county jail where he was
charged with trespass by
projectile. His .223 Rem-
ington rifle was seized as

Officer David Brandon
issued a citation to a Lib-
erty County man for viola-
tion of the Hunter Respon-
sibility Rule. The location
was near the Florida River.
This individual was cited
earlier this year for the
same violation.


Football Tryouts: 4The
Pensacola Lightning,
back-to-back NAFL South
champions, announce its
first open try out for the
20<]09 season will be Jan. 17 at
the Brent Sports Complex.
Registration begins at 11:30
a.m. and the tryouts begin at
noon. Players should bring
work out clothes and cleats.
There will be a $40 registra-
tion fee for all prospective
players. For more informa-
tion go to www.pensacola-

Baseball Clinic: A free
baseball clinic hosted by
Relevant Life Church will
be held Jan. 24 from 9 a.m.
to noon at the PARA Park
in Pace. This clinic is open
foir children ages seven to
14. Expected to attend will
be! guests from the Chicago
Cubs, Pensacola Pelicans
and many others. For more
information, call 529-0316
or visit www.myrelevantlife.

PARA Registrations: PARA
youth baseball and softball
registrations for children
ages three to 14 as of May
1, will run through Feb., 9.
Registrations at the Santa
Rosa SportsPlexwillbe from
6 p.m. to 7 p.m. on Tuesday's
and Thursday's, and 9 a.m.
to 1 p.m. on Saturdays.

Gospel Projects Registra-
ticn: Registration for tee
ball, softball, and baseball
begins Jan. 19 at the Santa
Rosa Christian School from
8 a.m. to 4 p.m. for the up-
coming season at Gospel
Projects. Saturday regis-
tration at the school is from
9 a.m. to noon. Leagues
covers ages three and a
half to 14. It you would
like more information or
are interested in coaching
or umpiring contact Tod
Brainard at 623-4671. Gos-
pel Projects Youth Athletic
Club reserves the right to
close registration in any
league prior to the Feb. 14

City of Milton Registra-
ticn: The City of Milton
youth baseball and softball
registration is underway

foi boys and girls ages sev-
en to 14. Register Monday
through Friday from noon
to 8 p.m. or Saturdays until
February 7 from 10 a.m. to
1 p.m. at the Milton Com-
munity Center located on
Byrom St.
Season will begin in
mid-March. The fee is $50
for the first child and $45
for each additional child.
Price includes: jersey, cap
and trophy. Head coach's
children play for free.
For more information,
contact Linsey Williamson
at 850-983-5466 ext. 208 or

UWF Baseball to Host
Preseason Skills Camp: The
University of West Florida
baseball team along with
Billy Sadler of the San
Francisco Giants will host
a preseason baseball clinic
for the upcoming season
for kids ages 7-14 on Jan.
24 at the Bill Bond Baseball
Complex. The cost of the
camp, is $15 and will run
from 9 a.m. to noon with
registration beginning at
8:30am. Billy Sadler will
be joined by UWF players
and several other college
and minor league players
which will offer fielding
and hitting instruction for
this final preseason tune-
up. All the proceeds from
the camp will directly ben-
efit Bill Bond Baseball. For
more information contact
Donovan Whibbs at 850-
324-3060 or email Dono-

Pace Cheer Clinic: The
Pace High School Basket-
ball Cheerleading. Clinic
will be Feb. 2 to Feb. 9 of
2009 and will conclude with
all participants cheering
during the Pace vs. Navarre
varsity basketball game.
The camp is open to chil-
dren ages 9 to 14. Instruc-
tion will be provided in the
areas of motions, jumps,
basketball cheers, chants,
and a halftime dance. The
cost of the camp is $35.
Registration deadline is
Jan. 23. For more informa-
tion call, 995-3600 or e-mail

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Ogilvy ahead

at PGA Tour


KAPALUA, Hawaii (AP) A
change to the Kona wind Satur-
day made Kapalua play entirely
different in the Mercedes-Benz
Geoff Ogilvy stayed his
same, dominant self.
Even as a half-dozen players
made charges up the leader-
board on the best day for scor-
ing on the Plantation course,
Ogilvy answered with some su-
perb pitching and three straight
birdies on the back nine on his
way to an 8-under 65. That gave
him a six-shot lead over Justin
Leonard and D.J. Trahan, and
made everyone else in the win-
ners-only field
feels as though
they were play-
ing for second.
made eight bird-
ies over his final
14 holes on his
way to a 65, the
BOO WEEKLEY kind of round
that he figured
would give him
a chance to win. But he never
had a good look at the leader-
board until he walked onto the
18th green and saw that Ogilvy
was at 19 under.
Trahan, who started the
third round one shot behind
Ogilvy, fell three shots behind
after two holes and never got
going. He shot 70.
"Three under isn't bad, but
when the guy you're playing with
starts with the lead and shoots 8
under, obviously you can do a lot
better than 3," Trahan said. "He
played excellent."
It was the largest 54-hole
lead at Kapalua since David
Duval led by seven shots in
1999, when he won by nine.
"It's never over until the last
hole," Ogilvy said. "I've never
had a lead like this going into
Sunday, so it will be a new expe-
rience for me."
It might be a new course, too.
While the Kona wind brought
significant change in club se-
lection, the forecast includes a
big thunderstorm approaching
the islands, leading the tour
to move the starting times up
some three hours.
Even so, this is Ogilvy's to
Boo Weekley might have had
the best plan to stop Ogilvy.
"Catch him when he gets out
of bed," Weekley said. "Kidnap
him. Lock him in the trunk."
Ogilvyplayed smart through-
out the day, including his choice
of an iron off the 13th tee to play
off a level lie in the fairway. His
approach to a tricky pin was 7
feet right of the flag, and he
made that to begin a pivotal run
of birdies.
He drove to the edge of the
14th green for a simple up-
and-down birdie, and hit one
of several superb pitch shots
from right of the 15th green for
his third straight birdie. That
stretched his lead to seven
shots, and it might have been
more except for missing two
birdie putts inside 10 feet.
The wind change was evi-
dent on the 512-yard opening
hole, where players typically
hit a fairway metal to keep from
running out of the fairway. Ogil-
vy had to smash a driver Satur-
day, but his approach covered
the flag and settled 6 feet away
for birdie.
He picked up easy birdies
on the fourth hole, where the
pin was accessible, and the
par-5 fifth. But it was his birdie
on the par-5 ninth that showed
why he has such command this
week. Coming up just short of
the green, he pitched -beau-
tifully up the slope to tap-in
range, building a four-shot lead
at the turn.
Ogilvy has made only one
bogey in 54 holes, that one a
three-putt from 85 feet on the
17th hole Friday when the wind
began to shift to the other di-
"When you're playing well,
it doesn't seem that hard," he

Milton gets two district wins

sports @srpressgazette.comn
Milton is looking to make a
strong push in the District 1-4A
seedings for girls.
Milton traveled Friday to
Gulf Breeze and dispatched of
the Lady Dolphins 43-39.
The Panthers held on to im-
prove to 9-6 overall and 4-2 in
district play despite being out-
scored in the final quarter 13-4.
'Milton trailed 9-7 at the end
of the first quarter but rebound-
ed to outscore GBHS 22-10 in
the second to take a 29-19 lead
at intermission.
Veronica Ffrench led Milton
with 15 points, while Georgia
Boles added nine in the win.
Thursday saw Milton defeat
Navarre at home 30-22 in a very
hard fought battle.
Defense was the game on both
ends as Milton held Navarre's

leading scorer Lori Fletcher to
just 11 points and limited the
Raiders to just a single point in
the second quarter.
Navarre would turn the ta-
bles slightly after halftime by
holding Milton to three points
for the quarter.
Milton led at halftime 16-7
and would put the game away
as they outscored Navarre 11-8
in the final quarter.
In other girls action:

Pine Forest 66, Pace 27
A first quarter shootout at
Pace ended as the Lady Patri-
ots fell to Pine Forest 66-27.
Pace, who scored over half
their points in the first quarter,
trailed after the first period 24-15.
Pine Forest would keep the
pressure up to take a 38-24 lead
at intermission.

After the break, Pace would
only score three points over the
final 16 minutes.
Shelby Pardy led Pace with
10 points.

Ponce de Leon 48,
Jay 37
Ponce de Leon used a huge
fourth quarter to finish off the
Lady Royals 48-37.
Despite being on the road,
Jay fought hard after falling be-
hind 13-6 at the end of the first
quarter to tie the game at 33-33
by the end of the third quarter.
Joy Gandy and Tessa Hen-
dricks led the Lady Royals with
16 and 11 points respectively.
The fourth quarter spelled
doom for Jay as they were out-
scored by Ponce de Leon 15-4
to establish the final margin of

Milton downs two county rivals


The Milton Panthers are
making their presence felt as
they defeated two county teams,
which also double as District 1-
4A opponents.
On Saturday, the Panthers
-disposed of Gulf Breeze 53-48
on the road.
The Panthers were led by
Brandon McCloud's 17 points
while Brandon Allen added 11.
Milton (8-6, 4-2 in District 1-
4A) jumped out to an early 15-7
lead and almost doubled it by
halftime as the Panthers were
scoring at-will off of their de-
fense and rebounding.
Leading 29-14 at halftime,
the Panthers saw their lead
slip a little in the third quarter
as they were outscored by Gulf
Breeze 14-8.
But Milton would quickly
stop the rally as they outscored
the Dolphins 16-10 in the final
Odovich led Gulf Breeze with
11 points in the loss.,
S Friday night saw the Pan-
thers sink their claws into a few
Raiders as they cruised to a 65-
51 victory.
Allen led Milton with 23
points and 12 rebounds for a
double-double, while McCloud
grabbed 13 rebounds to go with
his 17 points.
Milton took an early 16-2 lead
before Navarre could score six
unanswered points to cut the
margin in half.
The second quarter didn't
go much better for the Raiders
as they were outscored 14-11 as
they trailed at halftime 30-19.
Navarre would make a small
run in the third quarter, but
Milton would respond to ice the
In other action:

Central 39, West Florida Baptist 28
Central visited the Conquer-
ors of West Florida Baptist and
coasted to a 39-28 win.
.The Jags (6-7) led 12-9 at
the end of the first quarter and
would shutout West Florida
Baptist 6-0 just before halftime
to lead 18-9.
Tally Warrick led Central
with 11 points, while Hunter
Bondurant led Milton with 10
points and 11 rebounds for a

BILL UAImDLIr | Iress iGazette
Milton's Jamal Smith makes a strong move to the basket Pri-
day night as the Panthers hosted the Navarre Raiders. Milton
defeated Navarre 65-51.

Sam Henken led WFB with
10 points.
On Thursday, night West
Florida Baptist feel to East Hill
Ryne Barrow led West Flori-
da with 19 points while Henken
added 14.

Pace 50, Escambia 43
Pace flexed its muscle in Dis-
trict 1-5A as the team downed Es-
cambia County 50-43 at home.
The Patriots (13-2, 8-1 in Dis-
trict 1-5A) won a hard fought bat-
tle as they didn't put the game
away until they outscored the
Gators 14-9 in the final quarter.
Justin Wright led Pace with
20 points and 12 rebounds for
a double-double, while Jason
Varney added 12, and Ross Fru-
ge chipped in 11 and two huge

Pace ended the first quar-
ter with a one-point advantage
over Escambia 11-10 and the
lead grew by the end of the third
quarter to two, 36-34.

Ponce de Leon 42, Jay 34
Jay went on the road and
suffered a hard loss as Ponce de
Leon solved the puzzle to Greg
Nelson and the Royals 42-34.
Nelson, who is the leading
scorer for the Royals, was held to
just five points for the game, while
Dale Barlow grabbed a team high
11 points and 15 rebounds.
Jay started out strong as
they took a 17-13. advantage to
halftime, but the second half
saw Ponce de Leon outscore
the Royals 29-7.
In the third quarter alone,
the Royals could manage only a
single point.




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Pelicans add power-hitting first baseman

Press Gazette Staff Reports

The Pensacola Pelicans an-
nounced that they have signed
first baseman Chase Burch to
contract for the 2009 season.
Burch joins the Pelicans after
a stellar college career, having
graduated from Auburn Univer-
sity Montgomery (AUM) in 2008.

His college career consisted of
two years at Southern Union
Community College (AL) and
one year at both Southeastern
Louisiana University and AUM.
"Chase has hit and produced
everywhere he has played,"
commented Pelicans General
Manager Talmadge Nunnari. "I
expect him to continue to per-
form with the Pelicans and fight

for a position in the middle of our
The Fultondale, Ala., resi-
dent compiled a .447 college
batting average with 204 runs
scored, 331 hits, 74 doubles, 40
homeruns, and 254 RBI.
The Pelicans roster now sits
at 19 players: eight pitchers,
one catcher, six infielders and
four outfielders.



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Commercial building
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art Street. 5 offices with
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whole or individual of-
fices. Rent based on
space that you need. Re-
cently renovated. Internet
accessible. 255-4004

Five room commercial
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tax office. $600 month

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refrigerator included.
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rent, $300 deposit.

Off Avalon Blvd.
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$350 deposit. discount
with coupon. 712-9968

Spacious 1/1 APART-
MENT. Lots of privacy,
big yard, garbage fur-
nished. $295 mopth,
$295 dep. 995-4335

APT. FOR RENT Milton Very nice 2/1
New carpet. Very clean, apt 6832 Hunt St.
1 bedroom. Non-smoking $595/Mo Indoor W/D
environment. No pets. hookups. Excellent loca-
$500 month, $250 dep. tion! Call Bo Hopkins
626-0366 (850) 293-9853 or
,800-771-6646 ext. 118
Bank Foreclosures! or 120 Hotz Realty
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$225/Mo! 3 Br Near Whiting
$12,500! Only 2 bed, 1 bath duplex.
$199/Mo! 5% down 15 $425 month, $400 dep.
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5669. Cumble Realty.
626-8959 / 377-6787
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Br $25,0001 Only $225 NEW AD MODERN
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ings (800)366-9783 ext ) 59 month, $595
5669. sec. dep. Call Don
SCumble Realty
Blackwater 626-8959 or 377-6787
Waterfront apartment.
Brick duplex. $1,000 Pace -
month, $500 dep. 1 bedroom, 1 bath
623-5062 APARTMENT Water
(includes hot), sewer and
Gulf Breeze Completely garbage furnished. Great
Renovated 2/1 apts in- for a fixed income. $300
door utility, minutes to month, $300 dep.
beaches and Pensacola. 995-4335
Water/Garbage in- -
cluded! $495-$545/mo. Pace
Call Bo Hopkins (850) Fourplex. All ceramic tile
293-9853 or floors. Cathedral ceiling.
800-771-6646 ext. 118 Stove, fridge, d/w.
or 120 Hotz Realty Non-smoking unit. $570
1 month. Includes garbage
Milton p/u and grass cutting.
1/BR furnished partitial 626-2928.
util paid No dogs. Has
laundryroom, in ground .
swimming pool, in
walking distance to
stores, restuarants, etc. [7 -140-
$600 plus $350 de-
posit w/coupon Em- *3/2 Home
erald Sands 712-9968 5145 Trenton Dr.
in Pace $850.
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All recently renovated, hook-up. $450/month
Excellent location, near $150/dep. 572-1220
Santa Rosa Medical Cen-
ter, Various office sizes. Milton
Offices from $295 and Efficiency
up. Utilities included. Apartment
Second months rent Util incld. furnished
FREE. 255-4004 No dogs. Has laun-
dryroom, in ground
swimming pool, in
AdOrable walking distance to
Affr-ale1 stores, restuarants, etc.
AtOrbuObl $495 with $250 dep
A o le w/coupon. Emerald
Sands 712-9968

Off Avalon Blvd.
2/BR 1/BA, catheral
iyf ceilings, large kitchen,
laundryroom. No Dogs
CaU NOAH at 683.0023 $600 plus $350 de-
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*3/1 Home 4641 Geri
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*3/2 Home 6710 Ce-
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*4/3 Home Arnies
Way in Milton $1200.
*3/2 Home 5476 Oak
Meadows in Milton
*3/2 Home 4821
Makenna Cir. in Pace
*4/3 Mobile Home
9573 S Trace Rd. in
East Milton $900.
*3/2 Home 6569 Star-
board Dr in Milton
*3/2 Mobile Home
6447 Stanley Cir. in
Milton $650.
*2/1 Home 6737 Ven-
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firm. 850-654-9966

Convenient to Pace
2/1 Berryhill Road.
Central heat & air.
Large, fenced backyard.
Newly remodeled.
(850)377-8598 or

E. Milton
3 bedrooms, 1 1/2
baths. One car garage,
1,100 sq.,ft. home on 1
shady acre. Pets ok.
$700 month, $500 dep.

East Milton For Rent
Nice 3/2 fireplace,
stove, refrigerator, car-
port. $800 plus deposit.
Mother-in-law house
$400 plus de-
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deposit for both. Water
furnished. 8753 John
Hamm Rd. Near 87 and
1-10. Call De

2 bedrooms, central heat
& air. Garbage fur-
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bedrooms, 1 bath.
$700 month, $500 dep.
SPECIAL pay 1/2 rent
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3 bedrooms, 1 bath
HOME. Big yard, close
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$425 dep. 995-4335

3 bedroom,. fenced
backyard. $600. month
4424 Alanthus Drive
983-6142 or 516-1799

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$625 month, $625 dep.

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dryer hookup. Quiet
neighborhood, near bike
trail. Non-smoking envi-
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$450 down. 623-8365

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3 bedrooms, 2 bath
house with fenced back
yard and 1 car garage.
$750 month/$400 de-
posit. No pets. Please
call (850) 377-0420
3/2 brick house. Out
building, privacy fence
and 2 car garage. $900
month, $600 deposit.

Pace 4 br, 3 ba, 2160
Ssf, FP sprinklers on well.
Brentwood Est. Finders
fee if you find our next
qualified renter. $1200.
850 376-5419
3971 High Bridge Dr.
3Br, 2Ba. Call Barrons
Realty, 850-934-2588
Pea Ridge area
3 bedrooms, 1 1/2
baths. Living, den, util.,
dine kitchen nice deck,
-no pet. Non-smoking
environment. $675 mth.
All credit considered.
Brand new construction
3, 4, 5 bedroom and 2
bath. You choose the col-
ors. $895 mo. to $1495
mo. 520-360-1893

Christian roommate
wanted. New 4 bed-
room, 2 bath house.
Near Pace High School
$350. month plus 1/2
utilities. 384-4453

Private entrance, private
bathroom. Single bed,
microwave and refrigera-
tor. Water, sewer and
lights included. $365
month. Located Hwy. 87,
Milton 698-6189

1 bedroom. Ideal
for single. Located on Av-
alon Blvd. 626-8973
2 bedroom 1 bath.
24x36 screened front
porch. Water and gar-
bage furnished. 5583
North Airport Road.
$550. month. $550 de-
posit. 626-3454
2 bedroom 1 bath.
24x36 screened front
porch. Water and gar-
bage furnished. 5583 "
North Airport Road.
$550. month. $550 de-
posit. 626-3454
2 bedroom 1 bath.
Water and garbage fur-
nished. Nice neighbor-
hood. 6576 DaLisa
Road. $500 month.
$500 deposit. 626-3454
2 bedroom mobile
home for rent. Front &
back porch. Fenced back
yard. Air conditioning.
2 bedrooms, 1 bath
mobile home with central
air & heat. Includes all
utilities. Located on 1/2
acre. $600 month. Call
Roy at (850) 623-9112
2 bedrooms, 1 bath
mobile home with central
air & heat. Includes all
utilities. Located on 1/2
acre. $600 month. Call
Roy at (850) 623-9112
5 acres with travel
trailer (35'), Pole barn.
For sale or lease. Refer-
ences &.security deposit.
Phone# 850- 417-3085
(off 87 N. Milton)
2/2, total electric. '
East Gate Mobile Home
Ranch. 626-8973
home like a studio
apartment private lot w/
shed. Pay electric only.
$450 month, no deposit.
2005, 3 bedroom FEMA
mobile home. East Gate
Mobile Home Ranch.
Rentals 2 & 3 bed-
rooms. $400-$650 per
month.Section 8/Hud ac-
cepted..Call 994-5703
Milton (Bruce Lane)
Includes water, garbage
and lawn service.
2/2 for $450 month.
2/2 for $350/month
Call 698-4582

$450. month + Dep.and
Ref. Water and garbage
furnished. Section 8 ac-
cepted. (850)499-7412
Mllford Road
Nice, 2/2. Clean and
well kept. All electric. CH
& A, garden tub, dish-
washer and covered
porch. Avail. 1/15/09.
$445 month. Includes
water, garbage aod
sewer. 375-4515
RENT. Between $300 &
$400 a month.368-7506
or 983-7259
Secluded & cozy
trailer on private prop-
erty. One person only.
Non- smoking environ-
ment. No pets. All utilities
provided. $100 week.
Munson Area
Behind Whiting
Field.Secluded double
wide. 3 bedrooms, 2 full
baths. 1 1/2 acre land.
Screened back porch,
carport, small pets'ok.
Lots of extras. $850
month, $500 dep.
North87 (Robie Rd.) and
87 South (Honeybee)
Both 3 bedrooms. Both
$585 month, $350 dep.
Older model, 2 bed-
room, 1 bath. Hwy. 87
N., near Milton. $350
per month, $200 de-
posit. Don Cumbie Realty
626-8959 or 377-6787
2 bedroom, 1 bath
mobile home with fenced
yard. $425 month, $400
deposit. Don Cumbie Re-
alty. 626-8959
2/2 mobile home
4033 Adams Road
$450 rent, $400 dep.
3/1 house
6761 Wallace
$495 rent, $400 dep.
2/2 mobile home
4429 Basswood
$450 rent, $400 dep.
Blumac Realty
RETIRE in quiet country
living, North of Milton
Campsite available
1-15-09. Lake access.
$400 month. Includes
electric, water, garbage
& sewer. Call 623-3314
Furnished 2004
3/BR 1/BA w/W/D
Buddy Hardy Rd. 8 miles
from Whiting Fiela back
gate, adjacent to Black-
water forest. No pets,
non- smoking environ-
ment. $550mo
$500dep. References
needed. 623-8920

71800- Homes
7105 Open Houses
7110 Beach Home/
7120 Commercial
7130 Condo/lownhunse
7140 Farms & Ranches
7150 Lots and Acreage
7160 Mobile Homes
7170 waterfront
7180 Investment
7190 Out-of-Town
Real Estate
7200 Timeshare

6457 Julia Drive
Nice, 3/1. Completely
remodeled. Brick/vinyl.
New roof, large fenced
back yard. $79,900
623-5828, 982-8912
East Milton
Must Sell 3/2 1996
1700 sq. ft. Nice house.
New carpet, fireplace,
granite counter tops,
side-by-side refrigerator,.
stove, covered porch with
2 swings, carport, new
metal roof, 14x28 match-
ing mother-in-law house,
14x8 storage shed and
14x60 rented trailer and
storage trailer. All on 3
adjoining lots, 1 plus ac-
res located near 87 and
1-10 at 8753 John Hamm
Rd. $150,000, will carry
papers with down pay-
ment. For more info call
De at 850-276-7993.



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FORECLOSED HOME Owner, 5 acres, perfect
AUCTION FLORIDA mountaintop cabin-site
STATEWIDE Auction w/woods. Small stream
starts Feb 7th 1000 in back of property. A
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8100 -Antique & Collectibles
8110 Cars
8120 Sports Utility Vehicles
8130- Trucks
8140 Vans
8150 Commercial
8160 Motorcycles

Police Impounds for
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$5001 96 VW Jetta
$6001 for listings call
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Honda Civic $500! 96
Toyota Camry $600! 97
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Tenn River & Nick-a-Jack 8210 Boats 975813
view tracts now availa 8220 Personal Watercraft 275
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Ft. Walton places to retire. Low cost 8245 Boat Slips & Docks2 A ,' o Fresh 350 m'c
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Call Inda Deck Owner Financing
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Professional office
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Approximately 2000 sq.
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6 offices, 3 bathrooms,
large reception area and
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5 acres improved land.
Paved road, dead-end.
Partially fenced. W
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$119,900. New 22X30
post & beam barn built
on gorgeous 20+ acres
in the country. Potential
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27 Different Floor Plans to Choose
From 160,900 to *136,900
A sanple of our hases...


Sq ft Price


Sq ft Price
Lexington 1812 090,400
Pinebrook 1833 102,200
Townsen 1691 193,100
Fleetwood 1949 196,800
Executive 2215 q112,900
Regency 2495 0136,900
2&3 BDR Duplex's available

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General Sales Manager

07 Dodge Caliber
SXT 32K ......... 10,988

08 Pontiac G6 GT Sedan 5k.

Like New Must See .$16,988

00 Ford Cargo Van

Ready To Work ........ $3,995

01 Chevy 1500 Work Truck

Auto A/C ......... $3,995

02 Chevy Silverado Z71

Ext Cab ........... $9,988

04 Mazda RX8
40k .........Od4 $11,988

08 Mazda 3

22k . . .. .. $13,988
06 Ford F250 Lariat

Crew Cab Diesel 56k .$19,988

06 Ford F250 Lariat 4x4

Crew Cab Diesel Sharp $23,988

02 Nissan Xterra SE

Leather Clean ........ .7,988

08 Buick LaCrosse CXL

Leather 22k . 04y $16,988

01 Chev 2500 Ext Cab
Duramax Diesel 4WD LS Pkg

Extra Clean ..... .. 15,988

2000 Buick LaSabre
Limited 4 dr Leather . .6,988

06 Ford F250 XLT Super Cab

Diesel 27k Like New .19,988

03 Nissan EXT Cab Fontier
5 speed 90k ....... $7,500

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Family Pack
New York
Strip Steaks

Tray Pack
Tyson Boneless

Cooked Ham

Large Vine
Ripe Slicing

Scott White

Prime Cuts
Dog Food
5 70
17.6 lb

Bryan Juicy
Jumbo Franks
Jum! ks

$1.24 Regular Price
-550 Coupon Attached
690 Final Price /coupon

Bun Buster
Beef Patties
3 lb pk

Dutch Farms
Food Slices
16 ct-12 oz


Reg or Thick
Sliced Bologna
16 oz

Russet Baking

8 Ib bag

Fresh Pack
Spare Ribs


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Cost includes freight, fee, and any associated expenses.

4025 HWY 90 PACE

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V. 2

Jumbo Pack
or Thighs

Whole Fresh
Boston Butt
Pork Roast



Hickory House
Sliced Bacon
6 39
2.5 Ib pk

Fresh Yellow

Martha White

Corn Chips
11.75-12.s oz

Tea Bags
I 24 ct


026 oz

Lil Hug
Fruit Drinks
315pk 8 o

Velvet Bath

4 pk

35 Pack 0.5 L
Geyser Water

12 pk 12-oz

Spiral Sliced
Smoked Hams

Beef Smoked
1.5 Ib box

Fresh Express
Crisp American
or Italian

Noodle Cups
292.25 oz

Van Camp
Baked Beans

972 oz


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