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Sexual battery

suspect sought

On September 23, the First Fami-
lies Network contacted the Santa Rosa
Sheriff's Office in reference to an alleged
sexual molestation. committed by Lisa
Michelle Cooley, a 38-year-old white fe-
male from Munson.
, Law enforcement took statements
from the victim and issued a warrant for
the suspect's arrest. Cooley's last known
address is 4215 Yearling Lane in Santa
Rosa County near Munson.
The Sheriff's Office is requesting any-
one who has information regarding the
suspect's whereabouts to contact law en-
forcement at (850) 983-1100.

Marcus Schrenker

moved to Escambia

County jail cell

Marcus Schrenker, the
Indiana businessman who
allegedly attempted to
fake his suicide by
parachuting from
his plane before it
crashed into an East
Milton neighbor-
hood last Sunday, is
now being held in
an Escambia Coun-
ty Jail following his
release from a Tal-
lahassee hospital. MAR
Due to the up-' SCHRE
coming holiday, no
date has been officially set
at this time for Schrenker's
first appearance in Federal
Court in Pensacola, but the
earliest he could appear
would be Tuesday.

Schrenker, who is ac-
cused of faking a distress
call before jumping from
his Piper Malibu Turbo
Prop, will face charges
of making a false
Mayday call and
purposely downing
an airplane. He will
also face charges in
Indiana, where Sch-
renker is accused of
bilking investors out.
of millions of dol-
US CD The business-
NKER man, who is now
Escambia County
inmate number 200900778,
was found last Tuesday at
KOA Campground near
Quincy, Fla., in a tent with
serious cuts to his left wrist
and forearm.

By Bill Gamblin

F" or many this week has started very strong.
Monday the birthday of the late Dr. Martin Lu-
ther King Jr. was celebrated.
Tuesday many felt that dream was answered
as Barack Obama was sworn in as the 44th President of
the United States.
"I was hoping it would happen, but I didn't know if it
would come to pass," said Richard P Ellis, who was the
Grand Marshall of the MLK Day Parade in Milton. "I
think we have come a long way but we still have a long
ways to go."
Ellis was not the only one glad to see this day come.
Many that participated in Monday's paradefelt Dr. King's
dream has come true.
"I wish Rev. King was still alive today so he could see
his dieam come true," said Mary Oausey. "He told us all
that he had a dream and his dream is now true."
Obama and his team are ready to hit the ground run-
ning now that Tuesday's inauguration is complete.
As the inauguration drew closer, Obama's approval
rating among American's grew to a whopping 84-percent
concerning how he is handling the presidential transition.
"It is time for us to get away from black and white,"
said Milton City Councilman R.L. Lewis, who has held a
seat in the city for 23 years. "I feel like (Obama) will repre-
sent all nationalities, people, and religions."
Milton, for a town of its size, is considered very forward
thinking and that is so evident by the parade held each
year to honor the late Civil Rights Leader who was killed
at a hotel in Memphis.


Photos by BILL GAMBLIN I Press Gazette
Clockwise from top left,
Residents. participate in Mon-
day's Dr. Martin Luther King
Jr. parade celebration, Milton
Mayor Guy Thompson, Mary
Causey, C.T. Johnson, Rich-
ard P. Lewis, David Riley and
Milton Councilman R.L. Lewis.
Above, members of the Milton
High School African American
Cultural Club march in the

"I wish Rev. King
was still alive
today so he could
see his dream come
true. He told us
all that he had a
dream and his
dream is now true."

Mary Causey
attended the parade

Hazardous Materials

Awareness Week Jan. 18

Santa Rosa County is
declaring Jan. 18-24 as
"Hazardous Materials
Awareness Week" with an
emphasis on "sheltering-
in-place." The purpose is
to increase res-
ident, business The p
and commu- is to ir
nity awareness resident,
of the impor- and co
tance of being awaren,
prepared and import
knowing what being p
to do before, and knok
during and af- to do
ter a chemical during c
or hazardous a cher
materials inci- haze
deit. Residents materials
are urged to
learn what
steps to take when officials
issue a shelter-in-place no-
tice. For more information,
visit http://www.santarosa. www.santarosa. and scroll down to
fact sheet #12 entitled
"Your County, Your Gov-
ernment It Can Happen
Here" under "What's Hot."
Information provided in-

eludes a thorough supply
list and .instructions on
how to shelter-in-place at
home, at work and in auto-
The recent incidents in
Santa Rosa County draw
attention to the fact that

, business
ess of the
lance of
wing what
and after
nical or,
s incident.

accidents can
and will hap-
,.pen anywhere.
The train and
could easily
have required
sheltering in
place had cir-
been different
in each situa-
tion. If the fire
in Milton had
occurred in a
different loca-

tion, there could have been
chemicals in the smoke
It is vital that all citi-
zens know what actions
to take when a shelter-
in-place is ordered. Once
given, it is too late to begin
the preparation process. It

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Wednesday, January 21, 2009

Speak OUT

Sunday, 9:51 a.m.
This is Bill. I would like
to comment on this school
situation. If 50-percent of
the children in this county
didn't live in free hous-
ing and on welfare then
we wouldn't be having the
problems with our schools
as we are. These people are
not working, not contribut-
ing and they want to vote for
low classroom sizes, while
we support the school sys-
tem. If these people didn't
lay up and have more ba-
bies then we wouldn't be in
this situation.

Editor's note: Sorry Billy,
but we had to shorten your
comment because it was
way too long. Also Amend-
ment No. 9, back in 2002,
which dealt with the class
size amendment failed
miserably in Santa Rosa
County by a vote of 16,442
for and 26,152 against ac-
cording to the Supervisor
of Elections Website. The
measure failed in all Santa
Rosa' County Precincts as
well as in Escaipbia County
and Okaloosa County. The
amendment passed state-
wide because of the resi-
dents in South Florida.

See local coverage online 24/7

Saturday, 8:47 p.m.
Yes, this is Sandy and
I was reading the Speak
Out on Jan. 17. It concerns
me to no end that we have
people who are not grateful
for what we do have here
in our communities. All
people want to do is gripe
because there is no service
road connection.

Saturday, 7:58 p.m.
Hello this is Marian, I
am so thankful for all the
fire departments as well
as their trained people and
good equipment to fight
the fire and put it out with
no lives being lost. And to
those who suggest to tear
those old buildings down
to make something like a

parking lot. It makes me
wonder if they are Milton,
Fla., natives.

Friday, 6:10 p.m.
Yes, .my name is Marie
and I read where they are
saying to clean Pensacola
where the King and Queen
of Spain are going to visit
this year. These people will
be so grateful for the people
who come out to greet them
and welcome them. They
won't be looking at the place
but the people. They will
be happy to see the people
greet them.

Thursday, 2:19 p.m.
I am a resident of East
Milton and I pay fire taxes.
My question is why an East

Milton Fire Truck has been
sitting in front of a residen-
tial home in Bagdad for the
past week. People pay fire
taxes to keep those appara-
tuses in their own district.
Editor's note: We talked
with Chief Thompson with
East Milton Fire Depart-
ment and he states his
trucks go out of district to
assist on calls, but this is
not the case.

Via e-mail
I donate books' to the
Milton library and recently
discovered that they threw
away a dumpster full of
books. I couldn't believe
my eyes. How wrong is
that! You have, to pay $2.00
for a used hardback book.
I don't mind this because I

know it helps the Library.
To throw away that many
books is wrong. To all those
dumpster divers out there,
the weekend after Milton
Library has a book sale you
can get books for free out of
their dumpster; children's
books, hard backs, etc. It
just seems like they could
come up with another way
to get. rid of the books. Ten
for a dollar sale, something.-
I also thinkit is wrong for the
Library to be closed on Sat-
urdays when normal people
have time to take their kids
to use the Library.
Unhappy with the "new"
library management.

If you have a short com-
ment you would like to
make, call the Speak Out
line at 623-5887.

Ag Commissioner warns

of jury duty scam
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Santa Rosa County
Property Appraiser
Announces to:
Santa Rosa County's Senior Citizens!
The Santa Rosa County Board of County
Commissions has approved the Senior Citizen
Exemption, which allows an
If you meet the following criteria, you may qualify for an
'additional Homestead Exemption in Santa Rosa County.
This additional exemption is for the portion of your tax bill
associated with the Board of County Commissioners only.
Property owner must be 65 or older
Total adjusted household income limitations apply
Must apply no later thanMarch 2, 2009
Must qualify for and/or currently be receiving Homestead Exemption
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According to a news
release issued on Friday,
Florida Agriculture and
Consumer Services Com-
missioner Charles H.
Bronson alerted consum-
ers to a growing identity
theft scam in which con
artists posing as court-
house workers claim that
the person being called
has failed to report for jury
The scam has been
reported in 11 states, al-
though it is unclear wheth-
er it has surfaced in Flori-
da, officials say.
"If you get such a call,

hang up and avoid pro- social security number,
viding any personal or fi- a date of birth and some-
nancial information- over times even a bank account
the phone," Bronson said. number.
"Court workers don't call Providing the infor-
on the phone to inform you mation enables the scam
that you've missed a jury artist to clean out the con-
duty summons." sumerrs bank account and
The scam typically in-, open up other accounts,
volves from a person obtain credit cards and es-
claiming to be a jury coor- tablish other lines of credit
dinator. who informs the in the victim's name, Bron-
person being called that a son warned.
warrant has been issued "This is a particularly
for his or her arrest as a insidious fraud because
result of the person's fail- most people take jury
ure to appear for jury duty. duty seriously and natu-
When the intended victim rally would want to clear
protests and reports that up any misunderstanding
he or she never received a about whether they failed
summons to report for jury" to show up for it as quickly
duty, they are asked for a as possible," Bronson said.

"Such a call would un-
derstandably upset most
people, especially with the
threat of arrest, and catch
them off guard."
. The scam has report-
edly surfaced in New York,
Minnesota, Illinois, Colo-
rado, Oklahoma and other
states in recent years, and
authorities are fearful that
it may be spreading.
It is yet another exam-
ple of how con artists try to
rip off consumers.
"People need to always
remember to avoid giving
any personal or financial
information over the tele-
phone to anyone whose
identity they have not veri-
fied," Bronson said


District 1: Jim Williamson, 4351 Berryhill Rd.'
Pace, FL 3257.1; Phone: 932-1340. E-mail is comm-
District 2: Bob Cole 8651 Riverstone Rd., Milton
32583; phone 983-1877. E-mail is comm-cole@
District 3: Don Salter, 6000 Chumuckla Hwy.,
Pace, FL. 32571; phone 994-6426. E-mail is comm-
District 4: Gordon Goodin; 6467 Avenida De
Galves, Navarre, 32566; phone .939-4949. E-mail is
District 5: Lane Lynchard, 6495 Caroline St. Suite
M, Milton 32570, phone 932-1340. E-mail is comm-
The Santa Rosa County Commission meets at 9
a.m. on second and fourth Thursdays. The leaders meet
in committee at 9 a.m. on Mondays -preceeding the
Thursday meetings. Meetings are held in commission
chambers of the Administrative Complex on U.S. 90.
Phone 983-1877 for information or to reach their offices.

Monroe St., Tallahassee, FL 32399 (850) 488-4441.

Rep. Jeff Miller: 1535 Longworth House Office
Building, Washington, D.C. 20515; phone (local) 479-
1183; (DO (202) 225-4136; toll free: (866) 367-
1614; E-mail:
Sen. Mel Martinez: 356 Russell Senate Office
Building, Washington D.C. 20515 phone (202) 224-
3041 fax (202) 228-5171
Sen. Bill Nelson: Room 571, Hart Senate Office
Building, Washington, D.C., 20510; phone (202) 224-
5274, (fax) (202) 224-8022.
President George Bush: The White House, 1600
Pennsylvania Ave., Washington, D.C. 20500; phone
(202) 456-1414. E-mail:
Vice President Dick Cheney: Office of the Vice
President, White House, 1600 Pennsylvania Ave.,
Washington, D.C., 20500; phone (202) 456-1414.

3IIE uwi /V tNMNT I
Rep. Greg Evers: 5224 Willing St., Milton 32570
Sen. Durell Peaden Jr., 598 N. Ferdon Blvd, Suite ,
100, Crestview, 32536, 850-689-0556 SCHOOL BOARD
Govay. Charlie Crist: PL05 The Capitol, 400 S. District 1: Diane Scott, 5710 Munson Highway,

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Editorial Fax.............. (850) 623-9308
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Six months (in county).................. $17
Senior Citizen (over 62)
One year ................. ............... $28
Six months ......... ....................... $14
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Milton 32570, 983-0413. E-mail is scottdl@mail.
District 2: Hugh Winkles, 5684 Nicklaus Lane,
Milton 32570, 623-6299. E-mail is winkleseh@mail.
District 3: Diane Coleman, 9400 Octavia Lane,
Navarre 32566, 939-2661. E-mail is colemanmd@
District 4: JoAnn J. Simpson, 5059 Faircloth
Street, Pace 32571, 994-5446. E-mail is simpsonji@
District 5: Edward Gray III-1 Gray Oaks Lane, Gulf
Breeze, FL 32561 850-932-6287. E-mail is grayem@
The Santa Rosa County School Board meets at 6:30
p.m. on the 2nd and 4th Thursday at 5086 Canal St.,
Milton. Phone: 983-5000.

Milton City Hall, Mayor Guy Thompson, 6738
Dixon Street, Milton, FL 32570. (850) 983-5400.
Interim City Manager, Brian Watkins.
Gulf Breeze City Hall, Mayor Lane Gilchrist, 1070
Shoreline Drive, Gulf Breeze, FL. 32561. (850) 934-
5100. City Manager, "Buzz"-Eddy.
Town of Jay, Mayor Kurvin Quails, 3822Hwy. 4,
Jay, FL 32565. (850) 675-2.719.
Contact information for your elected officials
appears in every Saturday edition of the Santa Rosa
Press Gazette. Know your leaders, stay in touch.


Jim Fletcher,
(850) 393-3654

Carol Barnes
Office Manager
(850) 623-2120

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Wednesday, January 21, 2009


Santa Rosa's Press Gazette I A3

Sheriff's REPORT

The following felonies
are dated from Jan. 2 to
Jan. 11, 2009.
Daniels, Michael De-
wayne; Male; 22; 4512 Limit
Street, Milton; Possess Co-
caine. 1/3/09
Hilliard, Maxwell Oli-
ver; 6673 Sanders St. Mil-
ton; Drive While Lic Susp
Habitual Offender. 1/2/09
Kellkum, Miranda Re-
nee; Female; 27; 7483 Har-
vest Village Ct, Navarre;
Aggrav Battery-Person
Uses A Deadly Weapon (do-
mestic violence). 1/3/09
Robinson, David Wayne;
Male; 16; 5865 Curtis Rd,
Pace; Veh Theft-Grand 3rd
Degree. 1/2/09
Youti, Stirmand NMN;
Male; 44; 6010 74th St., Ft.
Lauderdale, FL; Battery On
Detention Facil Employee
W/fluids. 1/2/09
Nqgiz. Eric Daniel; Male;
27; 237 NW Watson Dr., Ft.
Walton Bch; DUI. 1/4/09
Black, Gregory Ray;
Male; 47; 5321 Soundside
Dr., Gulf Breeze; DUI.
Coulter, 'Mark Wayne;
Male; 42; 9162 Barney Brox-
son Rd, Milton; DUI. 1/2/09
Kettler, Rachael Leah;
Female; 25; 5580 Birch St.,
Milton; DUI. 1/4/09
Perry, Jacob Louis;
Male; 23; 4787 Fairoaks Dr.,
Pace; DUI. 1/4/09
Barbeau. Jr., Robert Al-
len; Male; 28; 9114 Cornfield
Way, Milton; Probation Vio-
lation-Felony. 1/5/09
Brown, Ramanda Shain;
Female; 24; 6612 James St.,
Milton; Fraud-Imperson At-
tempt to Use ID of Another
Person W/O Consent, Larc-
of Credit Card, Fraud Illeg
Use Credit Cards Use More
2 Times 6 Mos Obt Gds
Money $100 More, Forgery
of Alter Public Record Cer-
tificate Etc. 1/5/09
Dowden, Michelle Lynn;
Female; 36; 5069 Phoe-
nix Dr., Milton; Probation
Violation=Felony. 1/5/09
Hines. Julie Ann; Fe-
male; 20; 1919 Church St.,
Gulf Breeze; DUI, Liquor-
Possess By Person Under
21 YOA 1st Off, Drugs-Pos-
sess Cntrl Sub W/O Pre-
scription. 1/5/09. 1/5/09
Gilbreath, David Albert;
Male; 23; 5460 Munson Hwy.,
Milton; Probation Violation-
Felony. 1/5/09
Green, Jr., Bobby Lee;
Male; 33; 4157 Woodville Rd,
Milton; Probation Violation-
Felony. 1/5/09
Ad- Jason Daniel;
Male; 31; 5123 Seagull Dr.,
Pace; Drive While Lic Susp,
Drugs-Possess Cntrl Sub
W/O Prescription. 1/5/09
Ward,, Nixon Carl; Male;
45; 7653 Old Hickory Ham-
mock Rd, Milton; Drive
While Lie Susp Habitual Of-
fender. 1/5/09
Ard. Stephen James;
Male; 27; 2620 Bayshore
Pkwy, Milton; Out of State
Fugitive From Justice.

Bervig, Jonathan Dan-
iel; Male; 33; 6453 Oakcrest
Rd, Milton; Obscene Com-
munication-Compile Enter
Etc Computer Porno Re
Minor. 1/6/09
Boone, Daniel Hollis;
Male; 45; 4675 Boone Rd,
Pace; DUI Alcohol or Drugs
4th or Subseq Offense, Drive
on Permanently Revoked
Driver License. 1/6/09
Brady. Sr., Christopher
Jack; Male; 32; 4575 South-
ern PL, Pace; Failure to
Appear for Felony Offense.
Corley, Brantley David;
Male; 19; 5306 Catalina St.,
Pace; Larc-Grand Theft
$5,000 or More Less Than
$10,000. 1/6/09
Hendrieth, Kevin Dy-
nel; Male; 32; 1203 St. Nich-
ols Rd, Brewton, AL; Out of
State Fugitive From Jus-
tice. 1/6/09
Powell Kenneth Josh-
ua; Male; 26; 404 W. High
Street, Liberty, IN; Out of
State Fugitive From Jus-
tice. 1/6/09
Zimmerman, Karrin
Elise; Female; 18; 4041
Chickadee St.,, Milton;
Fraud-False Owner Info
Pawned Items Less Than
$300, Larc-Grand Theft
$5,,000 or More .Less Than
$10,000, Dealing In Stolen
Property. 1/6/09
Cox, Deidre Michelle;
Female; 40; 1900 Diplomat
St., Gulf Breeze; Escape.
Collinsworth, Alan Lee;
Male; 31; 8436 Gulf Blvd,
Navarre Beach; Fraud-Ob-
tain Controlled Substance
By,,, Drugs-Traffic 4 Grams
Less 30 KG Other Cntrl
Subst. 1/6/09
Camp, Jennifer Lynn;
Female; 30; 2704 Tee Pee

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Rd, Navarre; Aggrav Bat-
tery-Person Uses A Deadly
Weapon (Domestic Vio-
lence). 1/7/09
Causey, Marcus
Dwayne; Male; 25; 6703
Jackson Ln, Milton; Out of
State Fugitive From Jus-
tice. 1/7/09
Hertel, Judy Lynn; Fe-
male; 44; 617 Harding St,
Bay Town, TX; Probation
Violation-Felony. 1/7/09
King, Curtis Lee; Male;
46; 29 Comet Street SW Ft.
Walton Bch; Probation Vio-
lation-Felony. 1/7/09
Miller, Adam Brandt;
Male; 40; 3829 Legend
Creek Dr., Milton; Proba-
tion Violation-Felony 1/7/09
, Munoz, Adrian; Male;
36; 87014 Bloomfield Ter-
race, Ft. Worth, TX; Bail-
Secured Bond-Failure to
Appear for Felony Offense.
Price, Michelle Lee;
Female; 27; 4 Paggett Ct,
Pensacola; Probation Vio-
lation-Felony. 1/7/09
Quails, Timothy Lee;
Male; 21; 5932 Graham Ln,
Milton; Asslt-Intent Threat
To Do Violence, Kidnap Mi-
nor-Interfere W/Custody.
Smiley, Ernestine
Cathy; Female; 36; 4006 W
Bobe St, Pensacola; Fail-
ure to Appear for Felony

Offense. 1/7/09
Timmons, Paul Antho-
ny; Male; 27; 5596 Lowery
St., Milton; Reckless Driv-
ing 1st Off, Drive While Lic
Susp Habitual Offender,
Cruelty Toward Child At
That Could Result in Phys
Mental Injury, Obstruct W/
O Violence. 1/7/09
Moody, Penny Eliza-
beth; Female; 14; 1719 Vil-
lage Pkwy, Gulf Breeze; Pe-
tit 1st Off, Dealing In Stolen
Property. 1/7/09
Ward, John Braxton;
Male; 43; 1901 Mittie Crain
Rd, Milton; DUI. 1/7/09
Cunningham, David
Charles; Male; 38; 6431 Ju-
lia Dr., Milton; Possess Co-
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Susp 1st off. 1/11/09
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NMN; Male; 30; 4451 Jerni-
gan Rd, Pace; Probation
Violation-Felony 1/9/09
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Vista, CO; Out of State Fu-
gitive From Justice. 1/9/09
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male; 24; 5396 Broad St.,
Milton; Fraud-Obtain
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miss out on?

Yesterday (Jan. 20) some residents of
Santa Rosa County turned out to say their fi-
nal farewells and pay their last respected to
a young man only known as "Baby Milton."
His obituary said he never knew his par-
Neither do we.
Times are tough for everyone, but to take
a newborn infant and leave it in a wooded
area to die is cold, heartless, and callous.
If whoever gave birth to this child would
have stopped to think, even for a few mo-
ments she would have realized this was
wrong on so many fronts. Who knows what
he would have done if given a chance to con-
tribute to society?
This child did not even have a chance at
life. This child had no one to the love and
care it deserved.
Just think of the things we each enjoyed as
a child. Think of the good times we each had
with our parents: birthdays, playing catch,
vacations, learning to ride a bike, learning to
roller skate, playing with a pet, and the list
could go on and on.
Amazingly,. as we this innocent infant was
put to rest, there were several unknowns left
to be answered. Could this child have been
another star athlete produced right here in
Santa Rosa County? What could this child
.have accomplished while getting an educa-
tion? Would this child have become a teach-
er, doctor, lawyer, business entrepreneur, or
Unfortunately, someone else make that
choice for this young man.
With people looking to adopt and the num-
ber of couples looking to become parents,
someone took it upon themselves to deprive
this innocent child and simply abandon him.
It is only fair this young, innocent child get
justice. He didn't ask to be born.
It was not his decision to be placed in the
woods on a cold winter's day.
Media outlets from Mobile to Ft. Walton
Beach have covered this grizzly discovery
by a dog name Coco.
. Yes, man's best friend, a dog (God, spelled
backwards) not only discovered Baby Milton,
but also took him in an attempt to get help?
It was too late.
It's not too late for the person or persons
who know about Baby Milton's birth to come
forward and explain.
As times continue to get tougher, we need
to remember the elderly, the young people
and all those who cannot care for them-
Rememberyou were once a child yourself
and there might have been moments you did
something you regretted.
Are you being asked to turn this person
in? No, but if you know the parent(s), maybe
you can talk to them into coming forward.
Better still, we all could do a better job of
paying closer attention to our surroundings
and, thereby preventing something like this
from happening again.
If it takes a village to raise a child, it takes
that same village to save one.
Adoption is an option. There's a wealth
of help from the many organizations in our
Times are tough, but we have never seen
anyone get turned away because of tough

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:

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Fax: (850) 623-9308

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available space. For a letter to be published, you
must sign your name and include your phone

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can be an enjoyable time
spent with loved ones and
friends.There are also
times when you have some
unpleasant interruptions
such as a health issue.
Our recent visit with my
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friends in Milton resulted
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locate someone who could
see her. After a visit to the
emergency room at the lo-
cal hospital in Milton she
received an injection for
pain and antibiotics. We at-
tempted to locate a dentist.
My sister realized the ur-
gency of contacting a Den-
tist, and through the help of
my niece and nephew and
their mutual friend, they

contacted Dr. Hines who
agreed to meet us at 8:00
A.M. on New Years Eve in
his office. After an examina-
tion, he discovered she had
an absessed. tooth under a
permanent bridge.
My wife and I commend
Dr. Hines for his dedication
and service he gave for an
out-of-town patient, and
giving my wife practically
instant relief from her pain
after removing the bridge,
abstracting the tooth and re-
installing the bridge. Had it
not been for this treatment,

our next stop could possibly
have been the hospital.
We feel your community
should be very proud and
honored to have at your
service a man who would
take the interest of a pa-
tient to the extent that Dr.
Hines did with my wife on a
holiday. Also, we received a
follow-up call after return-
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Wednesday, January 21, 2009 Kornerstone

Immanuel Baptist NEWS

Santa Rosa's Press Gazette I A7

By Dr. Jerry Passmore

The men and boys at Im-
manuel Baptist Church enjoy a
breakfast monthly. We meet in our
Fellowship Hall at 7 a.m. every
fourth Sunday of the month. On
January 25th our guest speaker
will be Coach Mickey Lindsey,
Head Football Coach at Pace
High School. Not only is he known
as an outstanding coach, but he is

also an outstanding Christian. He
leads the boys he coaches and the
Coaching Staff he has assembled
by example. We are eager to hear
him share with us some of the
principles he has learned from the
Bible that he applies in his work.
The men and boys of the area are
encouraged to join with us for this
breakfast. You are our guest.
The Booth Brothers, a nation-
ally known trio, will be our guests

at Immanuel on Feb. 51'. These
brothers have been singing to-
gether for 11 years and have been
selected for many awards. At the
National Quartet Convention in
September 2008, they won Favor-
ite Artist, Favorite Trio, Favorite
Lead, Favorite Tenor, Favorite
Song, and Favorite Album. It is
most unusual for one group to win
this many awards in one year. You
are invited to attend this event.

An offering will be received at the
concert. No tickets will be sold.
The members of Immanuel
Baptist Church were most disap-
pointed that one judge could make
a decision that affects the vast ma-
jority of the students that attend
Pace High School. The caliber of
students graduating from Pace
High School is indicative of the
principles they learned from the
leadership of Administration and

Teachers based upon the Bible
and Prayer.
Many of these people attend
Immanuel Baptist Church. They
are going to abide by the decision
made by the Judge, but you can
rest assured their faith will not fal-
ter, their individual commitment
to the Bible and Prayer will not be
affected, and they will continue to
teach and lead the students by a
Godly example.

Kornerstone BRIEFS

Sunday School
First Pentecostal
Church will have a free
Sunday School enrollment
Sunday, January 24 from
11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Come and
enroll your child or teen
in our exciting Sunday
School classes. There will
be games and free pizza!
Come join us! The church
is located across the street
from the Post Office.

Special to the Press Gazette

Department of Veterans
Affairs (VA) announced
today plans to re-open
enrollment in its health
care system by July 2009
to about 265,000 veterans
whose incomes exceed
current limits. The
change affects veterans
whose incomes exceed
the current VA means test
and geographic means
test income thresholds
by 10 percent or less.
Congress provided funds
in VAs fiscal year 2009
budget to support the new
In 1996, Congress es-
tablished a priority-based
enrollment system for VA
and a uniform package
of medical benefits for all
enrollees. The legislation
opened enrollment in VA's
health care system to all
eligible veterans and re-
quired that each year the
Secretary of Veterans Af-
fairs assess veterans' de-
mand for services and de-
termine if the necessary
resources are available

Community Fish Fry
The men of Berrydale
Baptist Church will be
hosting a Fish Fry'Fund-
raiser on Saturday, Janu-
ary 24, beginning at 11
a.m. Monies raised will go
toward the purchase of
a new commercial lawn-
mower for' the church.
Dinner includes 2 pieces of
fried mullet, baked beans,
potato salad, hush puppies
and drink at $6 per person.
The fish fry will be held at

to provide timely, quality
care to all enrollees.
Enrollment for the low-
est priority of the eight
groups-veterans who
are not being compen-
sated for a military-re-
lated disability and who
have incomes above a set
threshold--was suspend-
ed on January 18, 2003,
although veterans in that
priority group who were
already enrolled for care
were permitted to remain
VA originally sus-
pended enrollment for
Priority 8 veterans be-
cause it was unable to
provide all enrolled vet-
erans with timely access
to its health care due to
a tremendous growth in
the number of veterans
then seeking enrollment.
VA now plans to reopen
enrollment for a por-
tion of these veterans
without compromising
the Department's ability
to provide high quality
health care services to
all enrolled veterans who
are eligible for care.
VA's computer systems

Berrydale Baptist Church
Fellowship Hall, 6730 High-
way 4 & Hwy. 87. Call Buck
Roberts at 850/675-4107 for
more information.

Johnathon Cring
Christ United Method-
ist Church is sponsoring
a presentation by Humor-
ist Johnathon Cring and
Janet Clazzy, conductor,
on Thursday, January 29

are being modified to ac-
commodate the changes,
and the Department is
preparing communication
and education materials
to ensure that Congress,
veterans service orga-
nizations, and the public
are aware of the coming
changes. The rule will
take effect by June 30,
2009, if the regulatory pro-
cess proceeds smoothly.

VA assistingVeterans
with Health Care costs

For veterans strug-
gling financially due to
a job loss or decreased
income, the Department
of Veterans Affairs (VA)
offers an assortment of
programs that can re-
lieve the costs of health
care or provide care at
no cost.
Veterans whose previ-
ous income was ruled too
high for VA health care
may be able to enter the
VA system based upon a
hardship if their current
year's income is project-
ed to fall below federal

at 6:30 p.m. This will be a
blending of spirit, humor
and music. For more infor-
mation call (850) 623-8850.

Stephanie to
be in concert
Stephanie Leavins will
be in concert at Beulah
Baptist Church on Sunday,
January 25 at 11 a.m. Pas-
tor Billy Peacock would
like to extend a warm and
friendly welcome to every-

income thresholds due
to a job loss, separation
from service or some
other financial setback.
Veterans determined eli-
gible due to hardship can
avoid copays applied to
higher-income veterans.
Qualifying veterans may
be eligible for enrollment
and receive health care
at no cost.
Also eligible for no-
cost VA care are most
veterans who recently
returned from a combat
zone. They are entitled to
five years of free VA care.
The five-year "clock" be-
gins with their discharge
from the military, not
their departure from the
combat zone.
Each VA medical cen-
ter across the country
has an enrollment coordi-
nator available to provide
veterans information
about these programs.
Veterans may also con-
tact VA's Health Benefits
Service Center at 1-877-
222 VETS (8387) or visit
the VA health eligibility
website at

Find it online at

one for this special time
of worship. The church
is located at 5805 Beulah

Church Road in Pensacola.
For more information, call
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Ask the Preacher

...a weekly column answering your
questions with Biblical answers about life.

Dear Pastor Gallups

Please reprint the article on what the Israel -
Palestinian problem really about I have a friend that
NEEDS to see your explanation! K.H.. Milton

Dear K.H., If you will go to our website www.hick- and then on the main index page
on the left column you will see a link to a detailed expla-
nation of this very topic that I put together for our web-
site visitors.

In recorded history, Israel is the only nation that has'
EVER occupied that land as a legitimate, recognized
nation. There have been "tribes" and various "kingdoms"
over recorded history, but never a NATION. Israel had
kings, a military, a thriving economy, trade with other
nations, borders, a capitol city, and they were recognized
by other nations as a real nation.

In 70 AD the Jews were scattered and the Romans
leveled the temple and city, walls of Jerusalem. From 70
AD until 1948 AD there was no "Jewish nation or claims
to the land in any ethnic or national way. There was
never another legitimate nation established there. The
Roman Empire and the various forms of it throughout
European history held the area. In the meantime there
were Jews living throughout the area as well as Arabs
(relatives of the Jews through Abraham). The Romans
first called this area Palestine and later the British, after
WWI renamed it Palestine. Palestine is the Latin term
for land of the Philistines, the Jews' most hated enemies.
In 1948 when Great Britain and the U.N. designated a
Jewish portion of Palestine, the Jews claimed independ-
ence and reestablished Israel. The next day Israel was
attacked by 6 Arab nations. The Arabs in the area fled.
Again in 1967 when Israel was attacked by Arab nations,
the Arabs living in the area fled. Israel won both of these
major wars. The Arabs that fled claim to be "refugees"
from the land and want Israel destroyed and they want
the land for themselves.
The problem is that it NEVER was the ARAB'S land!
The bottom line is this...The land is Israel's by heritage,
Biblical command, British declaration, U.N. Declaration
and by Israel's earning it by defeating every enemy that
has tried to take it from her since 1948. That is the
Biblical, historical and political truth.
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 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,
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At $800 a night, it's a bargain
compared to the bailout figures
he and other Washington bigwigs
have been bouncing around.
Even so, the inn's presidential
suite is the most expensive hotel
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Olin says.
"It's $800 for the night, $1,200
for the weekend," Olin told
The Log, compared to the inn's
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"People love this room; we
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May to September/October."
Gina Gregory of the MDI
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television in the living room
and a 42-inch television in
the bedroom; one and a half
bathrooms; Baker furniture,
which Olin said is top of the line;
and the refrigerator is stocked
with whatever complimentary
brands of beer and candy the
guests request.
The balcony in back faces the
Gulf of Mexico; staring out at the
water. Henderson Beach State
Park begins just a few yards to
the right.
Port St. Joe to
redefine boundaries
The neighborhood of north
Port St. Joe will be folded into
the boundaries of the Port St. Joe
Redevelopment Agency, provided,
as Mayor Mel Magidson said,
everybody "makes sure it's right
this time."
Matt Fleck, the recently
appointed executive director of,
the Port St. Joe Redevelopment
Agency (PSJRA), asked the board
to pass a motion to advertise
redefining the boundaries of
the redevelopment area to

include the neighborhood known
locally as north Port St. Joe, as
justified by a finding of necessity,
an essential requirement for
inclusion in the redevelopment
Thle board unanimously voted
to pass the resolution.
In 2007, the PSJRA and the
city became mired in a federal
lawsuit over the inclusion of
the north Port St. Joe area in
the redevelopment area, with
residents of the neighborhood
expressing concern about having
a voice in redevelopment as well
as eminent domain taking their
The lawsuit was settled in
2008, with north Port St. Joe being
removed from the redevelopment
area as part of the settlement.
Later in 2008, representatives
of the neighborhood asked
to be included again in the
redevelopment area, requiring an
updated finding of necessity
Davidson's Tredway

directs all-state band
Davidson Middle School

band director Chris Tredway,
who previously directed Lewis
Middle School band for five years,
conducted the seventh-and
eighth-grade honor band during
the Florida Music Educators'
Association convention earlier
this month in Tampa.
Among the young musicians
commanded by his baton was
Davidson student Jonathan
Baughman, a trombone player
chosen to perform in the all-state
Tredway said seeing so
many of the state's best student
musicians performing in one
place was a thrill, and being asked
to conduct one of the bands was a
memorable experience.
"It was a lot of fun," Tredway
said. "I've never conducted a
group like that before. It was

Walkway from Hilton
to park to be discussed
Developers of a proposed
450-room Hilton on Okaloosa
Island are expected to ask county
commissioners today for certain

changes to allow a pedestrian
walkway to be built over U.S. 98.
According to the meeting
agenda, Ozean Development
LLC wants "to reduce the front
building setback amount and
reduce the associated right-
of-way protection zone along
Highway 98 in order to construct
a proposed pedestrian bridge
connecting the subject property
to Beasley Park."
Today's County Commission
meeting will begin at 8:30 a.m.
at the county Water and Sewer
Administration Building in Fort
Walton Beach.
Mexico Beach cancels
boil-water notice
City officials have canceled a
precautionary boil-water notice
issued last week for parts of
Mexico Beach, according to a
news release.
The notice affected Mexico
Beach Water System customers
between 20th Street and Canal
Parkway on the north side of
U.S. 98, and from the west side of
South 36th Street to 42nd Street and
Miramar Drive, the release stated.

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Learning how to iden-
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the community should be
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"I think as a commu-
nity we are more forward
thinking than a lot of larger
towns," said Milton Mayor
Guy Thompson. "We live
and work together on issues
and we solve them.
"I believe we realize ev-
eryone is important as we
respect the thoughts and
ideals of others."
It was estimated that 2-
million or more attended
history being made amid
the cold weather in Wash-
ington, D.C.
Many of the older resi-
dents questioned never
thought this day would
come. Others are amazed
how far this country has
"I am just overwhelmed
how far this country has

come," said Chafin Marsh,
a teacher and football coach
at Milton High School. "This
is about we; it is time to for-
get about "I", it is the we and
what we can accomplish as
a nation."
Back in December of
1955 Rosa Parks was ar-
rested for refusing to give
up her seat to a white per-
Many events occurred
between then and 1964 when
Lyndon Johnson signed the
Civil Rights Act.
Johnson would go on the
following year to sign the
Voting Rights Act of 1965,
to authorize federal exam-
iners to register qualified
voters and suspend things
such as. literacy tests, which
were used to prevent Afri-

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gized an entire nation.
"I never thought I would
see this happen in my life-
time," said Thompson. "But
to achieve this it has .taken
a very unique individual to
accomplish this and I look
forward to his leadership."
Not only did Milton resi-
dent C.T. Johnson feel he
would never see this day,
neither did his 94-year-old
"My mother feels the
same way as I do and that
we would never live to see
something. like this," said
Johnson.. "I feel this will
bring us as people to where
we see each other as a value
to the country and be seen

in a different light.
-"Still, this is a monu-
mental move to bring about
change in mystique."
As Milton celebrated
the birthday of Dr. King
and looked forward to yes-
terday's inauguration, the
feeling of many at Monday's
parade were best summed
up by Causey when she
beamed a big smile and
said, "beautiful" to describe
the start of 2009.
And some feel like Mil-
ton's David Riley concern-
ing the message yester-
day's inauguration will send
to the world.
"Yesterday told the world
that we are ready to move
back into the forefront as
a leader world wide," said

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Santa Rosa's Press Gazette I A9


Baseball clinic
A free baseball clinic hosted by
Relevant Life Church will be 9 a.m.
to noon Jan. 24 at the PARA Park in
Pace. This clinic is open for children
ages 7 to 14. Expected to attend will
be guests from the Chicago Cubs,
Pensacola Pelicans and others. For
more information, call 529-0316 or

PARA registrations
PARA youth baseball and softball
registrations for children ages 3 to
14 as of May 1 will run through Feb.
9. Registrations at the Santa Rosa
SportsPlex will be from 6-7 p.m.
Tuesdays and Thursdays and 9 a.m.
to 1 p.m. Saturdays.

Gospel Projects registration
Registration for T-ball, softball
and baseball began Jan. 19 at the
Santa Rosa Christian School from
8 a.m. to 4 p.m. for the upcoming
season at Gospel Projects. Saturday
registration at the school is 9 a.m.
to noon. Leagues cover ages 3 and
a half to 14. If you would like more
information, or are interested in
coaching or umpiring, contact Tod
Brainard at 623-4671. Gospel Proj-
ects Youth Athletic Club reserves
the right to close registration in any
league prior to the Feb. 14 deadline.

City of Milton registration
The City of Milton youth baseball
and softball registration is under
way for boys and girls ages 7 to 14.
Register from noon to 8 p.m. Mon-
day through Friday or 10 a.m. to 1
p.m. Saturdays until Feb. 7 at the
Milton Community Center on By-
rom Street.
The 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 coaches' children play
for free.
For more information, contact
Linsey Williamson at 850-983-5466,
.ext. 208 or

East Milton sign-ups
The East Milton Youth Associa-
tion is holding baseball and sbftbal]
registrations from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m
every Saturday until further notice
at the East Milton Ball Parl Board
Room. Ages to play baseball are 4
to 16,while softball is 8 to 1Q. Please
bring a birth certificate when you
sign up.
For more information, call 723-
6103 (softball) and 380-6299 (base-
ball) or visit www.eastmiltonyouth-

East Milton spring -soccer
East Milton Youth Association
will conduct its spring soccer regis-
tration from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. through

Feb. 7 at the East Milton Ball Park
Board Room. The league is open for
children ages 4 1/2 to 17. For more in-
formation, call 983-9705 or visit www.

Coaches needed
East Milton Youth Association is
r in need of'volunteers to coach soc-
cer. baseball and softball. If you are
interested in coaching, call 449-8606.

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 camp is $15 and will
run from 9 a.m. to noon with regis-
tration beginning at 8:30 a.m. Billy.
Sadler will be joined by UWF players
and several other college and mi-
nor league players, which will offer
fielding and hitting instruction for
this final preseason-tune-up. All the
I proceeds from the camp will direct-
ly benefit Bill Bond Baseball. For
i more information, contact Donovan
I Whibbs at 850-324-3060 or e-mail

Pace cheer clinic
The Pace High School Basketball
Cheerleading Clinic will be Feb. 2,to
Feb. 9 and will conclude with all par-
I ticipants cheering during the Pace
r vs. Navarre varsity basketball game.
The camp is open to children ages 9
Sto 14. Instruction will be provided in
the areas of motions, jumps, basket-
ball cheers, chants and a halftime
dance. The cost of the camp is $35.
Registration deadline is Jan. 23. For
more information, call 995-3600 or e-
t mail

Milton toihost free clinic
The City of Milton will host a
t Pensacola Pelicans baseball and
softball clinic from 9-11 a.m. Feb. 7
at the Milton ball fields on Byrom
Street. The free instructional clinic
is open to all boys and girls ages 7
to 14. Children who attend the clinic
will learn various baseball/softball
1 skills taught by Pelicans coaches.
Register from noon to 8 p.m. Mon-
day through Friday at the Milton
1 'Community Center.
For more information, contact
Linsey Williamson at 850-983-5466,
ext. 208 or

Youth wresting
The Milton youth wrestling sea-
son has kicked off, and the Milton
Panther Takedown Club Youth
Wrestling Program for ages 6 and
up with former Olympic Coach Rob
i Hermann meets from 7-8:30 p.m.
- every Thursday at Hobbs Middle
i School gym. Cost is $35.

Futbol Club of Santa Rosa
fall soccer registration
Registration is ongoing for the fall
recreational season. Online registra-
tion is available at www.fcsantarosa.
com. Registration fees range from
$100 to $125. There is an additional
fee for team jersey. Individuals in-
terested in coaching or assisting can
sign up on the volunteer page while
registering their child or can e-mail,

Pensacola Double Bridge Run
Runners from around the U.S.
and beyond will race through history
at the 2009 Pensacola Double Bridge
Run as America's "First Place City"
celebrates its 450th birthday. The
annual 15k run will start in historic
downtown Pensacola, follow the wa-
terfront and cross two bridges lead-
ing to the finish line at spectacular
Pensacola Beach, where Spanish ex-
plorer Don Tristan DeLuna landed.
on Aug. 15, 1559, to establish the first
European settlement in America.
Prize money will be awarded to
the overall winners of the 15k race
as more than 1,000 entries compete
on the most scenic bridge route'
The 15K starts at 7 a.m. and re-
quires a minimum pace to ensure a
high level of competition, but a chal-
lenging 5K race starting at 8 a.m.
also will be available, crossing the
Santa Rosa Sound Bridge leading to
the same finish line as the 15k race
at Portofino Boardwalk, the site of
the post-race party and awards pre-
More details may be found at

2009 Pensacola Marathon
The fifth annual Pensacola Mara-
thon and Half Marathon will be at
6:30 a.m. Feb. 15 in Pensacola.
Runners will cover a USATF-cer-
tified course starting in Veterans
Memorial Park, turning on Senic
Highway, winding through North-
east Pensacola and running on part
of the Fiesta 10K course back on to
Palafox near Texar, before heading
south on Palafox to Zarragossa and
then north on Romana.
The course will lose at 12:30 p.m.,
and all participants in the marathon
and half marathon must maintain a
14-minute-per-mile pace for the first
four miles.
Race. applications are available
and the entry fees are $45 for the
marathon and $25 for the half mara-
thon. Entry fees will increase after
Jan. 31.

More activities can be found at Look for.
the box called "Things to Do."
There you can checks on activities
by zip code or activity. And you are
also more than welcome to enter
your events there as well:


West Florida earns

first GSC victory

The University of West
Florida men's basketball
team picked up its first
Gulf South Conference
victory of the season
on Saturday, defeating
the University of West
Georgia 62-52. Solid per-
formances from Kenny
Holmes and Josh Jack-
son lifted the Argos in the
much needed conference
Holmes, the Argos'
leading scorer, put up
a season-high 14 points
along with six rebounds
and two assists. Jackson
had another stellar night
from, the floor for the Ar-
gos, shooting 50 percent
(5-10) and was 3-for-7
from behind the arc. Dar-
ryl McGhee also played
well as he came in off the
bench for the Argos, scor-
ing double figures in just
13 minutes of action. The
Wolves were led by Doug
Daniels, who put up a
game-high 15 points in
the losing effort.
UWF controlled much.
of the game with its ag-
gressive play and solid
defense. In the first half,
the Argos held the Wolves
to just 35.5 percent shoot-
ing from the floor as they
took a 32-29 lead into
halftime. In the second
half, the Argos' Jackson
had the hot hand, scor-
ing 11 of his 13 points and
helping to extend the lead
to as much as 15.
With the win, the Ar-
gonauts improve to 9-7
on the season and 1-2 in
GSC play. The Wolves
continue to struggle, fall-
ing to 3-14 on the year,
and have dropped their
last seven games.
The Argos will'pick up
GSC action next Thurs-
day on the road in Mon-
tevallo when they square
off with the Falcons at
7:30 p.m. CT. The next
.home game for the Argos
will be Saturday, Jan. 24,
as they play host to the
University of West Ala-

Women suffer tough
loss to Wolves
The West Florida wom-
en fell just short of victory
against West Georgia

on Saturday, 72-66. Amy
Drake was UWF's. lead-
ing scorer for the second
game in a row, tallying 26
points. Krissy Diggs saw
double figures in scoring
for the second'time this
season, adding 11 points
to the Argonaut effort.
Jessica Young and
Dominique Boykins each
put up nine points, as
Boykins grabbed a team-
high 12 rebounds. The
Wolves were 40.7 percent
from the field as opposed
to West Florida's 37.3
percent, but the Argos
outshot West Georgia be-
yond the arc, 50 percent
to 46.2 percent.
The Argos suffered a
tough first half and were
left trailing by nine at the
intermission. West Flor-
ida, however, attempted
to .stage a second-half
comeback by outscoring
the Wolves 40-35 in the
second half. Drake took
matters into her own
hands, sinking three cori-
secutive three-pointers
at the. start of the second
With under two min-
utes left, Drake drained a
three-point shot that left
the Argos trailing by just
three, 67-64. Young came
down with the rebound on
the next shot and drew a
foul from West Georgia's,
Shaneka Bates. During
Young's free throw oppor-
tunity, the Wolves were
charged with a technical
foul that allowed Drake to
shoot two and bring West
Florida within one point
of tying the game. West
Georgia refused to sur-
render and scored five
final points to jpst edge
the Argos.
The Argos dropped to
6-12 on the season and 1-2
in Gulf South Conference
West Florida will take
the floor on the road next
week, facing Montevallo
at 5:30 p.m. Thursday,
Jan. 22. The Argos then
will return home for a
GSC matchup with West
Alabama at 2 p.m. Satur-
day, Jan. 24.
For more informa-
tion on these games and
Argonaut athletics, visit

This report represents some
events the FWC handled in Santa,
Rosa County from Jan. 9-15;
however, it does not include all
actions taken by the Division of
Law Enforcement.

On Jan. 11, Lt. Wayne Williams
received a call from FWC dispatch
of a plane crash occurring alpng the
Blackwater River near Milton. It was
unknown whether the plane crashed
into the river or in a swampy area
near the river. Officers Ben Pineda
and Joe Murphy were deployed to
the Blackwater River. Officer Ken
Manning responded to assist Officer
Murphy. Working with Santa Rosa
Search and Rescue, the Milton
Fire Department and Santa Rosa
Sheriff's Office, the crash site was
quickly located in a swampy area
adjacent to the river. A search of the
immediate area failed to produce the
pilot or any other victims.' Captain
Mary Sumner arrived as an FWC
representative for the on-scene
incident command and was
advised that the U.S. Air Force
had scrambled two jets earlier to
check out a suspicious small plane.
When. the military pilots located the
single-engine plane, they saw that
the cockpit door was open with no
one flying the plane. Eventually, the
plane exhausted its fuel supply and
crashed near a residential area on
Wright's Basin along the
Blackwater River. Subsequent
investigation by federal and state
authorities revealed the pilot to
be on the run from a criminal
investigation of securities fraud.
The crash was his attempt to fake
his own death. On Jan. 14, the pilot
was located near Quincy, Ga., and
arrested on numerous federal and
s ate charges.
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Pace tops




Pace High School is making that
final push in hopes of securing a top
seed in the upcoming district basket-
ball tournament.
Saturday saw the Patriots ground
the Niceville Eagles 61-53.
After an unusually slow start, the
Patriots had to rally as they improved
to 15-2 overall and 10-1 in District 1-
5A. The Patriots only managed to
score four points in the first quarter
-before they started theirrally.
Pace managed to pick it up a little
in the second quarter to make it a 22-
19 game in favor of the home-stand-
ing Eagles. Pace then woke up in the
second half as they went on a 23-11
run to take control of the game.
Justin Wright led Pace with 20
points and grabbed 11 rebounds,
while Jeff Mullahey chipped in 15
and Jason Varney added 10.
Thursday night saw Pace get hot
early and cruise to a 78-54 win over
Crestview. The first quarter saw the
Patriots striking from long range as
they jumped out to a 26-11 lead.
After going a little cold in quarter
two, Pace managed to keep control
Sof their lead despite it being whittled
down to 35-23 at intermission. Then
Pace kept going behind the 19 points
from Wright to go along with his 12
Ross Fruge added 16, while Tyler
Swanson finished with 12.
In other basketball action, Milton
defeated Washington at home 68-50
Saturday night. After staking them-
selves to an early 31-14 lead by half-
time, the Wildcats made their run
against the Panthers in this District
1-4A catfight.
Milton would ice the game with a
huge 21-13 fourth quarter as Bran-
don Aln Allenled the way with 26 points
and 13 rebounds.
Brandon McCloud added 19,

Lightning receive

postseason awards

Last week, Minor
League Football News
released its 2008 All
American Team, and nine
members of the Pensaco-
la Lightning were hon-
ored, three of which were
named to the first team.
Center Ryah Vander-
vort, linebacker Donald
Tharpe Jr. and kicker
Jacob Matlock all were
named to the first team
from the Lightning, who
in 2008 won back-to-back
NAFL South Champion-
Also honored by the
Minor League Football

News were tackle Kenny
McGhee, running back
DeMarcus Blount, de-
fensive tackle Morgan
Marshall and middle
linebacker Dillon Cleck-
ler, who were named to
the second team.
Honorable, mention
honors went to wide re-
ceiver Dustin Cleckler
and safety JaMarcus
The Lightning started
making preparations for
2009 with an open tryout
last Saturday at the Brent
Sports Complex.
For more information
on the Lightning, go to

Milton, Pace lifters

to be well represented

while Jamal Smith chipped in 14 as
the Panthers improved to 10-6 over-
all and 5-2 in the district.
On Thursday night, the Panthers
hosted Tate and stopped the Aggies
55-44. Tate tried but could not get'
any offense going.
Allen once again led the Panthers
with 18 points and 12 rebounds, while
McCloud chipped in 14 and Smith
added 13.

Jay 44, Freeport 42
The Jay Royals did what they had
to in fending off the Bulldogs from
Freeport 44-42 Friday.
Jay (12-4; 4-4 in District 1-2A)
took control of the game in the third
quarter by outscoring Freeport 17-3
as they took a 36-24 lead at the start
of the fourth quarter. Freeport would
rally but fall short despite outscoring

Jay 17-8 in the final eight minutes.
Greg Nelson led the Jay scoring
attack with a game-high 23 points,
while Rush Hendricks scored on
seven points while grabbing 18 huge
rebounds. Dale Barlow managed to
score eight points while pulling in 10

Aletheia 55, Central 47
The -Central Jags scored 22
fourth-quarter points, but it wasn't
enough to catch Aletheia Christian.
Central fell to 7-8 overall with the 55-
47 loss at home. Hunter Bondurandt
led Central with 23 points.
On Thursday, the Jaguars defeat-
ed East Hill 58-41. The Jaguars got
. off to a strong start and build a 37-21
advantage by halftime.
Bondurant led Central with 17
points while handing out 11 assists.

Milton and Pace will
be well represented at the
upcoming girls weight-
lifting sectional Jan. 28 in
Fort Walton Beach.
During Thursday's
district meet at Pace
High School, the Lady
Patriots saw Ariel Henry
win the 101 weight class,
.while Jade Horning won
the 129-pound class, Sara
Roberts won the 183-
pound class and Hannah
Pacholl won the 199-
pound class.

Other qualifiers for
Milton are Emily Young-
blood (101), Kristina Bail-
lie (119), Ashley Roberts
(129), Chelsie Miley (139),
Amoni Grimes (169), Jes-
sica Barker (183), Lana
Meager (199), Brittany
Wooten (unl.) and Aman-
da Greene (unl.).
Pace also will be send-
ing Talor Donahoo (110),
Chelsea Cagle (119), Bai-
ley White, (183) ahd Kai-
lee Hattaway (199).
The meet is set to get
under way at 9 a.m.. at
Fort Walton Beach High


Central pulls off pair of wins to reach .500


Central High's girls recorded
back-to-back wins last weekend to
reach .500 for the season.
On Friday, Central defeated Ale-
thelia Christians 44-20.
After what started out as a low-
scoring affair for both teams, the
Lady Jags took a 15-9 halftime lead
and added to it tremendously.
Daysha Enfinger led the Lady
Jags with 16 points, while Brooke
Watson-German and Kendall Oakes
added eight points each.
Thursday saw Central hold off.

East Hill Christian 44-40.
After taking an early 17-9 lead,
East Hill would attempt a rally in the
third quarter but would fall short.
Enfinger led Central with 15 points
to go along with her nine rebounds,
while Brittany Ellers grabbed 12 re-
bounds to go with her two points.
In other action, Jay defeated
Freeport 38-34 in overtime.
Freeport would rally late to tie the
game at 28-28 at the end of regula-
In the overtime period, Jay would
outscore the Lady Dawgs 10-6.
Tessa Hendricks led Jay with a
game high 18 points

Milton 58,
West Florida 20
The Lady Jags could not find
the basket as the most points they
scored the entire night in a 58-20 loss
was the seven points they posted in
the first quarter.
From the very tip, it was all Mil-
ton, who improved to 10-6, 5-2 in Dis-
trict 1-4A as they posted 19 points in
the first quarter and never looked
back. I
Veronica French led the Lady
Panthers with 17 points, as Geor-
gia Boles added 16. Breanna Oubre
chipped in 10 for the win.

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coaster ride

Pace High School was
both ends of the soccer
spectrum last weekend.
After blasting Pine
Forest 9-1 on Senior
Night on Thursday, the
Patriots traveled to Pen-
sacola Catholic on Satur-
day and felt the sting of
the Crusaders boot 7-0.
The Patriots fell to
10-4-3 on the year after
dropping the non-district
tilt, while goalie Chris Ed-
monds managed to make
eight saves and Nick Wil-
liamson and Logan Hill
each scored two goals for
Thursday night was
different for the Patriots
as a penalty kick past
goalie Cody Resmondo
sealed the 9-1 win via a
mercy rule.
Pace appeared, to be
almost scoring at will as
Chris Edmonds faced
only three shots on goal
the entire evening.
Kevin Vanlandlingham
led the way for Pace with
two goals, wbhle Matt

Batterton, Colin Craver,
Kevin Gilmore, Keegan
McHugh, Greg Peranich,
Brain Taylor and Nigel
Aruda each finished with
a goal.
Assists were credited
to Batterton, Nick Hill,
Shawn Knowles, Cody
Pierce and Taylor.
In other boys' action
on Friday, Milton dropped
a 5-0 match to Escambia
County in Pensacola.
Girls' action on Thurs-
day saw Pace make very
short work on Pine For-
est 8-0 as the game was
called at halftime be-
cause of the score.
Pace (15-4-4) were led
by a hat trick from Rylee
Hart, while Mary Kathryn,
Taylor added two goals.
Also scoring on'Senior
Night were Katie Jen-
kins, Aja Dudley and Jes-
sica Oram.
Oram was credited
with two assist while
Jenkins, Amanda Nich-
olls, and Hart had one
Cassandra Amore
only faced one shot on
goal the entire first haf.



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The Pace Chamber of Commerce honored
outgoing president Jim Waite.

Chamber of Commerce

Pace Chamber of Commerce Sponsor Award was presented
to Walmart.

Pace Chamber ot Commerce Man or the Year Kon Feias.
Pen Air Federal Credit Union also won the Chamber's Large
Business of the Year and the Sponsor Award.

e Pace Area Chamber of Commerce are sworn in.

Pace Chamber of Commerce Small Business of the Year was
Beef O'Bradys.

Pace Chamber of Commerce Leadership Award was presented Pace Chamber of Commerce
to the family of the late John A. Davis Jr. Sponsor Award was presented
to Sandy Wyatt.

Pace Chamber of Commerce Volunteer of the Year, Joe

Pace Chamber of Commerce Community Leader Award
recipient Ted Dotson

Pace Chamber of Commerce
Woman of the Year, Danyelle

Pace Chamber of Commerce Volunteer of the Year, Mae

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Wednesday, January 21, 2009


City of Milton
Milton Parks & Recre-
ation Committee will meet
Monday, Jan. 26 at 8:30
a.m. in Conference Room
B of City Hall, ,6738 Dixon
Street. More information?
Call 983-5410.
Milton Benevolent
Cemetery Board will meet
Monday, Jan. 26 at 2 p.m.
in Conference Room B of
City Hall.
Milton Ordinance Re-
view Committee will meet
Wednesday, Jan. 28, at 8:30
a.m. in Conference Room
B of City Hall.
All meetings are open
to the public. For further
information, except oth-
erwise noted, please call
983-5411 for more infor-

Pace relay
team kick-off
The Pace Relay for Life
Team Kick-Off will be held
at the Ridge Theater in
Pace on Monday, Jan. 26 at
5:30 p.m. We will be rolling
out the red carpet for all
those who are interested
in forming a relay team.
Please come be with them
as they join together to
make a difference. Help
is needed to plan for the
2009 Pace Relay. For more
information, call Cheryl*
Eggart at 206-4710. Upcom-
ing meetings are Jan. 26
- Ridge Theater, 5:30 p.m.;
Feb. 23 Team Meeting at
Sims Middle School, 6 p.m.;
Mar. 16 Team Meeting at
Sims Middle School 6 p.m.;
Apr. 6 Team Meeting at
Sims Middle School, 6 p.m.

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Relay For Life teams
The American Can-
cer Society is celebrating
15 years of Relay! Please
join us in ,participating in
Milton's Relay For Life and
let's celebrate the 15th anni-
versary of this great event!
This years' relay event is
scheduled for May 1 and 2,
2009 at the Milton Campus
of PJC. There are current-
ly 38 registered teams for
the 2009 Relay, already in-
volved with some awesome
fundraising activities.
Look for car washes, donut
sales, auctions, or sports
tournaments as teams are
working fast to raise funds
towards the Relay event.
The entire community, is
working together to step
up the fight against cancer.
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You will be helping to-find
a cure! Through the fund-
raising events, you will be
supporting programs and
services for those fighting
the battle right here in our
community. You are saving
lives and changing lives.
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If you are interested in
scheduling a brief 20-min-
ute presentation, please
contact Joann Hardy, Team
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Event Chair, at 393-2049 or

SRC District School's
Insurance meeting
The Santa Rosa County
District Schools' Insurance
Committee is scheduled to

meet Thursday, February 5,
2009 at 3:30 p.m. in the mid-
dle school conference room
on the second floor of the
Canal Street Administrative
Complex located at 5086 Ca-
nal Street in Milton. Discus-
sion on the 2009 benefit par-
ticipation and any feedback
regarding 2009 benefits is
The District Insurance
Committee is an eight-
member group that makes
recommendations to the
School Board on the dis-
trict's insurance programs.
The committee consists
of two administrators, two
instructional personnel
and two non-instructional
personnel appointed by the
Santa Rosa Professional
Educators, and two blue-col-
lar members appointed by
their union representatives.
School Board members may
also be in attendance.

SRC Republican Club
to meet
The Republican Club of

Santa Rosa County will hold
its next monthly meeting
and Dutch Treat Dinner at
The Club at Hidden Creek,
3070 PGA Blvd, Navarre at
6:30 p.m. on Tuesday, Feb-
ruary 3, 2009. The Guest
Speaker will be Mr. Don
Salter who is Chairman of
the County Chairmen for
Santa Rosa County.
For additional informa-
tion please contact Morgan
Lamb, Chairman, at (850)
939 2409 or email at mor-

Weight loss
surgery seminar
Ifyou have Diabetes, High
Blood Pressure, High Lipid
Levels, Sleep Apnea, or any
other life threatening diseas-
es, weight loss surgery may
be the answer for you.
Dr. Robert A. Althar will
present vital information and
answer questions regarding
Laparoscopic Weight Loss
Surgery including Divided
Gastric Bypass, Roux-En-Y
and a new procedure, that he
has introduced in this region,
Gastric Sleeve, that is now
being offered at Santa Rosa
Medical Center. You will find
a warm setting for patients
undergoing the process of
lifetime diet and lifestyle
changes that can improve
surgery outcomes and are
necessary to achieve endur-
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is scheduled on Tuesday,
January 27, 6:00 p.m. in the
Locklin Educational Build-
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Florida Archaeology Network kicks

off Florida Archaeology Month

The Florida Archaeol-
ogy Network announces
that it will kick off Florida
Archaeology Month at 10
a.m. on Feb 28 at 207 East
Main Street in Pensacola.
The celebration will end at
2 p.m.
The following is a list of
events at the celebration:
*Destination Archaeol-
ogy Resource Center and
.Gallery will host exhibits
of local museums and heri-
tage organizations featur-
ing the Bearheart Native
Paths Mobile Museum. -
*The public can bring
artifacts to be' examined
by professional archaeolo-
*The public will also
have the opportunity to
help UWF archaeologists
sort artifacts from local ex-
*Hands on activities for
children include a mock

excavation, atlitl spear
throwing, and archaeologi-
cal crafts.
The Florida Archaeol-
ogy Month schedule of
events, for the month of
March, is as follows:
*March 25- Destination
Archaeology! Mother's
Morning Out, Florida Pub-
lic Archaeology Network
.in Pensacola.
*March 28 -Legends
and Lore Heritage Day at
the Falling Waters State
Park in.Chipley, Fla.
*March 31- Washington
County Library Children's
*Archaeology Days for
the public to bring arti-
facts for analysis by a pro-
fessional archaeologist:
March 7 at the Arcadia Mill
Archaeological Site Open
House in Milton; March 14
at the Bay County Library
in Panama City, Fla.; and
on March 21 in Port St.
Joe, Fla.
*Lectures scheduled to

educate the public about
sites, shipwrecks, and peo-
ple involved in the Spanish
claim of Florida: march
6 at Northwest Florida
State College in Niceville;
March 10 at the Pensacola
Archaeological Society
Monthly Meeting in Pen-
sacola, Fla.; and on March
13 at the Bay County Li-
brary in Panama City, Fla.
The schedule of Ar-
chaeology Events in April
and May are:
eApril 11- ARCHAEOL-
OGY DAY at the Fort Wal-
ton Beach Heritage Park
and Cultural Center
*. April 14- Pensacola Ar-
chaeological Society Meet-
ing and Lecture "The Rise
and Fall of Pensacola's
Spanish Missions and the
Road to Vera Cruz," at the
Florida Public Archaeol-
ogy Network in Pensacola.
*April 15- Lecture "Ar-
chaeology of the Civil War
and 19th Century Florida "
at the Fort Walton Beach

Heritage Park and Cultural
*May 809- Florida An-
thropological Society An-
nual Meeting at the Crowne
Plaza Hotel in Pensacola.
*May 12- Pensacola Ar-
chaeological Society Meet-
ing and Lecture "Barkley
House Excavations (built
1832)," at the Florida Pub-
lic Archaeology Network in
Mary Furlong. Out-
reach Coordinator for the
Northwest Region of the
Florida Public Archaeol-
ogy Network says, "We look
forward to seeing you dur-
ing Florida Archaeology
For additional informa-
tion regarding the events,
call (850) 595-0050.

King Middle School Science top in state

Special to the Press Gazette
King Middle School
principal, David Gunter,
is proud to announce the
excellent science FCAT
scores of the students
at the school in Milton.
Out of 178 comparable
schools, they were Num-
ber One in the state of
Florida for the 2006-07
school year. In the 2007-
08 school year, they
were Number Three out
of 253 schools with simi-
lar demographics.
Eighth Grade stu-
dents take a rigorous
comprehensive test. It
includes all three years
of science and contains
questions from the fol-
lowing areas-Physical
and Chemical Science,
Earth and Space Sci-
ence, Life and Environ-

mental Science, and Sci-
entific Thinking. They
must answer a variety
of questions, such as
multiple choice, short
response,, extended re-
sponse, and gridded re-
Due to this success, a
"Just for Kids" represen-
tative from the National
Center for Educational
Achievement came to
King to interview the
science teachers. The
KMS teachers credit
their students with put-
ting forth the effort to
do well on the FCAT.
The science teachers
were very proud of how
diligently the students
applied themselves to
achieve such a remark-
able goal. This informa-
tion is available online

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contribution made by Mrs. Alice Guidy as a
pioneer in the advancement of vocational edu-
cation in the Santa Rosa County school system.
Her legacy will define her as one of this coun-
ty's most dedicated and committed educators as
teacher, principal, and administrator.
ComiThg to Santa Rosa County from
Brewton, Alabama in 1960, Alice began her
31.9 years with the Santa Rosa County school
system as a classroom teacher at Rhodes
Elementary and Chumuckla High schools and
in the adult program before moving into the
adult and vocational arena. But it will be the
years she spent preparing for and helping to
establish the Locklin Vocational Technical
School, where she served as principal for nine
ALICE GUIDY years, that she will most likely be remembered.
Alice says her more than 30 year career with the school system working under
school superintendents Radford Locklin and Benny Russell were some of the most
personally rewarding and productive years, and she lauded both "bosses" as remark-
able leaders in their field. After getting advanced credentials at the University of West
Florida, Alice took the reins at Locklin Vo-Tech (as it is commonly referred to today)
and helped guide it toward the outstanding role it now enjoys in the areas of educa-
a Ia 4tional and technological excellence.
Following her years there, she moved to the late School Superintendent Benny
Russell's Administration where she served as Director of Adult and Vocational and
Technical Education until her retirement in June of 1993. It was this year that she was
awarded the 1993 Joe Mills Vocational Leadership Award for the State of Florida.
Alice and her husband John (who is also an icon in the county's adult and voca-
tional education fields) are the parents of four children (two of whom have followed
her in teaching careers) who have given them 18 wonderful grandchildren. The
Guidys attend the Milton First Baptist Church. "Our spiritual values are of paramount
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According to Leslie Go-
mez, the project chair for
Leadership Santa Rosa
Class 22, the class will be
delivering recycle bins to
every Santa Rosa County
School on Friday Feb. 6.
Gomez says each class-
room will receive a recycle
bin along with an educa-
tional brochure about re-

"Each year, the Leader-
ship Class picks a project
that will help better our
community. This year, the
Leadership Santa Rosa
Class 22 has centered its
class project on the theme
of recycling and 'living
green' for an improved en-
vironment," says Gomez.
She says the focus of
this project is to take the
recycling program to ev-

ery school in Santa Rosa
County and to educate
children on living green.
According to the edu-
cational brochure given to
the classrooms, "Today's
kids will become tomor-
row's leaders, and by edu-
cating and inspiring them
on how to live green, we
will strengthen their pas-
sion to protect the future
of Santa Rosa County's
beautiful environment."

Gomez says that in
June, Leadership Santa
Rosa got the support from
the Santa Rosa School
Board to implement recy-
cling in every Santa Rosa
County School by provid-
ing each classroom with
a recycle bin for the stu-
dents to recycle daily in
their classroom.
"Leadership Pensacola
class 2008 initiated the
idea in Escambia County

and provided all of its
schools with recycle bins
last year, and with this
project here in Santa Rosa
County we are hoping to
create a movement across
Northwest Florida. This
movement would share
the importance of being
personally environmen-
tally responsible citizens
of our county and state,"
says Gomez.
Sponsors of this Lead-

ership Class 22 project
are: Santa Rosa County
Health Department, Pen-
Air Federal Credit Union,
Gulf Power, Air Products,
Regions Bank, Cat Coun-
try, Leadership Pensacola
2008, Lisa Weeks Realty,
Margaret Porter Insur-
ance, beach Community
Bank, First National Bank,
Wal-Mart, Gulf States Re-
cycling, and Goldring Gulf

Plans for Main Street Milton Mardi Gras Parade announced


On Friday Serene Keiek of
Main Street Milton announced
plans for the Main Street Milton
Mardi Gras Parade, which will be
held on February 19.
Line-up for the parade, hosted
by the Krewe of the Silver Slipper,
will begin on the northern side of
Milton High School on Raymond
Hobbs Street. The parade will

start at 6 p.m. and proceed south
on Stewart Stre6t to Berryhill.
The parade will disband at Mary
Street in the large parking lot
behind the Berryhill Administra-
tive Complex. The presentation
of awards will immediately follow
the parade at the Blackwater Bis-
tro in Historic Downtown Milton.
The cost for entry into the
parade is $35 for commercial
entrants and $25 for non-profit

On Thursday, February 12th,
there will be a drivers' meeting
at 6 p.m. at BDubbs to discuss
the parade route, rules, awards,
logistics, rain date, etc...
Applications may be down-
loaded from the www.mainstreet- web-site or picked up
at the following locations: Santa
Rosa Chamber of Commerce,
The Old Post Office Antiques, The

Copper Possum Antiques or the
Blackwater Bistro.
Potential entrants should send
their applications, hold-harmless
agreements, and payments to:
Main Street Milton, PO Box 821,
Milton, FL 32572. Checks should
be made payable to Main Street
If you have no float, the parade
hosts say there is no problem.
Those interested can be in the

parade for a good cause, by join-
ing the Santa Rosa Chamber of
Commerce and the Relay for Life
Team in the 'Second Line Dance,'
an old New Orleaps tradition. The
entry fee is $5 and is payable at
the Santa Rosa Chamber of Com-
merce. Participants can decorate
their umbrellas and walk with the
Relay for Life Team. Those inter-
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stations of Allentown, Bag-
dad, Berrydale, East Mil-
ton, Harold, Munson, Pace,
Skyline, and Jay to improve
fire andmedical services by
implementing a five-year
plan created by the Santa
Rosa County Fire Services
Executive Group, while
maintaining a "no subsidy"
ambulance contract. In
the first quarter of fiscal
year 2008-2009, the group
approved $867,773 in ex-
penditures of MSBU funds
for improvements.
The fire services ex-
ecutive group meets regu-
larly to review progress
and address concerns and
consists of chiefs from the
nine stations, two commu-
nity representatives and
the Santa Rosa County
Emergency Services Coor-
dinator. Their goals for the
current fiscal year include

acquiring thermal imag-
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ments, continued replace-
ment of worn or outdated
equipment, and continue
training opportunities for
first responders.
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stations responded: to a to-
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*123 traffic accidents
*764 calls for medical
*389 fires
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October, ,November and
December, MSBU's fund-
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*Continued funding
of four full-time firefight-
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Pace and Skyline fire de-
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of which is Santa Rosa County
Courthouse, 6816 Caroline
Street, Milton, Florida 32570.
The names and addresses of the
personal representatives and
the personal representatives' at-
torney ore set forth below.
All creditors of the decedent
and other persons having claims
or demands against dcedent's
estate on whom a copy of this
notice is required to be served
must file their claims with this
All other creditors of the dece-
dent and other persons having
claims or demands against
decedent's estate must file their
claims with this court WITHIN
The date of the first publication
of this notice is January 21,

Commissioners have on this the
8th day of January, 2009, con-
ducted said public hearing in
conformity to the said publica-
tion of their intent, and .
WHEREAS, after hearing all
comets cnceina saidva-

Personal Representatives: cation of the
RAYMOND M. HEFLIN rights-of-way,
HOLLY A. ALTHAR fuy advised,
3585 Arizona Drive mined that th
Pensacola, FL 32504 willbe be best
tected by vac
012109 doningsaidri
012809 fore,
of County C
Legal 1/78 Santa Rosa
that the said
are hereby v
NOTICE OF PUBLIC SALE: and all inter
INSURANCE AUTO AUC- shall revert to
TION INC gives Notice of the proper o'
Foreclosure of Lien and in-
tent to sell these vehicles APPROVED A
on 02/12/2009,;10*00am avoteof5yge
at 11221 Hwy 90 EAST absent, of the
MILTON, FL 32583, pursu- Commissione
ant to subsection 713.78 County, Florid
of the Florida Statutes. January, 20C
TION, INC reserves the 012109
right to accept or reject 012109
any and/or all bids. 1/79
1 HTSCAAL 1 H388974
2001 INTL
012109 Legal 1/80
012109 NOTICETg

above described
the Board, being
and it being deter-
he public interest
sread dro

and returned unopened to the
bidder. All interested parties
are invited to attend.
Specifications and bid form
may be secured from Santa
Rosa County Website
ww.santarosa..q!ov/bids or
at the Santa RosaCounty Pro-
curement'Department at the
above address. Telephone
(850] 983-1870.

aing a abnd bon- The Board of County Commis-
ghtsof-way, there- sioners reserves the right to
waive irregularities in bids, to
reject any or all bids with or
'ED by the Board without cause, and to award
Commissioners of the bid that it determines to be
County, Florida, in the best interest of Santa
rights-of-way as Rosa County.
ut and' described
'acated and any Santa Rosa County does not dis-
est to the public criminate on the basis of race;
and be vested in color, national origin, sex, reli-
.wners thereof alon, age, or handicapped sta-
tus in employment or provision
ND ADOPTED by of service.
as, O'nays, and0
Board of County B order of the Board of County
rs of Santa Rosa Commissioners of Santa Rosa
da, this 8th day of County, Florida.

Legal 1/81

Legal 1/79 Notice is hereby iven that the The Board of County Commis-
RESOLUTN Board of County Commissioners soners of Santa Rosa Count,
RESOLUTION of Santa Rosa County Florida, Florida will receive sealed bis
..WHEREA Thoma nd E will receive sealed bids for a from qualied licensed Contrac-
WHEREAS niomasKo, ndPEIz- one 1/2 toh 4 wheel drive tars for the replacement of the
beth L. Wilson, PETITIONED pickup truck. Navarre Beach Causeway
the Board of County Commis- seawall. This work includes the
sioners of Sarta Rosa County, All bids must be original and removal of the existing seawall,
Florida, to vacate, aboandaon, delivered b hand Fed Ex, or construction of the new seawall,
discontinue and renounce any mail t o the office of the Santa appurtenances, and restoration
nteres and right of the pubic Rosa County Procurement De- acivities as shown on the proj-
in and to the following de- -nrment 6495 Caroline Street, ect plans and in the project
scribed propery to-wit: quite 6, Milton, Florida manuals.
S. 32570 and must be receive
The unnamed riho-way runn- b 10"60 a.m .- Februar 17 All bids must be oriainal.and
ilg Eas and West between 209, at which time bids will delivered by hand, Fed Ex, or
Bock 3, Lots 5 and 6 and Block be opened and read aloud. mail to the Santa Rosa County
2, Lots 4 and 5 in the Bayview Bids received after the time set Procurement Depariment, 6495
Subdivision as described in for the bid opening will be re-' Caroline Street, Suite G, Milton,
Deed Book "A28", Page 602, 8" cted and return unopened Florida, 32570; and must be re-
in the public records o Santa hebidder. Bids are to be ceved by 10:00 a.m., February
Rosa County, Florida. sealed and on the face of the 24 209, at which time bids
Sunnamed r ofw n envelope plainly'marked "BID will be opened and read aloud.
The unnamed nhtway runn- Truck." Bds re- All interested parties are invited
ing North and th h between ceived alter te time set for the tatend. Bids are to be sealed
Block 2, Lots 4 and 5 in the. bid opening will be rejected, and clearly labeled "BIDS -
Bayview Subdivision as de- ; r
scribed in Deed Book "A28" : .
Page 602, in the public records____________
of Sbnta Rosa County .. ^i T r
Florida. Cu T I' W
AND WHEREAS, The Board of DivOrce '149, Wills I30
mined to have a ublic hearing Name C .neiphange-49
For the purpose of considering FREE Typing, Call for ce pe
the advisability of vacating an St. Augustine
abandoning said righlsoTway, Worksheet (850) 434-7524 Fari Direct
and 1850 N. '"W" St. 'V e Deliver
WHEREAS, the Board of County (1 blk N. of Flea Market) 434-0066

additional clients.
Over 15 years
of experience!
References available
upon request
Call: 994-6236

*24 Hour Truck Rental
*Dirt & Rock Sales
*Fill Dirt/Clay
*Brown Dirt
*Driveway Material
Phone 850-994-4458
Cell 850-698-4920
Owner Operator

Depend on me to get the
job done. Your
handyman, Robert

Piano/Keyboard and
vocal instructions.
Reasonable rates,
fun lessons.
Call today.
Space is limited.
(850) 308-1302

Coker's Lawn &
Tractor Service
From trimming to tractor
work. Clean-ups, raking,
hauling, mowing,
bushhogging, dirt work.
Reasonable rates,
free estimates.
Licensed & Insured.
Affordable Lawn Care
and Maintenance.
Free estimates.
Call us today!
Mike Pickard, Sr.
850-516 6914

Painter now conducting
lead checks in your home
for $40.00. Cribs, paint,
plumbing fixtures, etc.
Refundable if I am hired
as your painter. For exte-
rior/interior work,
call Frank 346-4789

*Carpentry Work
Interior Exterior
Family owned busi-
for over 35 years!
Call the Ericksens
(850) 723-2550
or 623-6034

Quick service.
Bathroom remodels.
Robert, 418-0852

Stewart's Tractor
Works & Land
Clearing, Inc.
Tree & stump removal,
debris removal & storm
cleanup, bush hogging &
discing, backhoe work,
demolition & hauling.
516-1801 or
Licensed & Insured

TNT Metal
Will match any price,
of the same.
(850) 983-2296

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NAVARRE BEACH liona classroom wing, a track, m
SEAWALL" Bids received a- and various other improve- ce
ler this lime will be rejected and ments, as well as a stormwater the
returned to the bidder uno- manaement facility at Pea shi
pened. Ridge lementoar School 4775 Ithe
School Lane Milton.
Project documents inclddina Application 566 received De- Er|
drawings and secfications reT- cember 22, 2008 from the City s.
alive hereo my be inspected oGulf Breeze or expansion of Su
at the Dodge Plan Room at 700 the City's field operation Focii anre
S Pace Blvd., Pensacola, Flor- with the addition of a 1 mu- istr
ida Santa Rosa Counly Procure- Jion gallon water tank, supply lie
menI Departmenl 6495 Coro- and distribution water maivs, Cc
line Street Suite Milon, Flor- Iwo 3,200 sq ft. warehouses, a ag
ida; and te Santo Rosa Counlty 350 sq. ht. building, paved wr
Enoineerint Department, 6051 parking and driveway and two the
O1 BaaCd Hiahway, Suie wel detention slormwater man-
300, Milon, Floria. Plans and agemene facilities 116 Co- 01
pecificaions may be secured ronado Drive, Gulf Breeze.
aom Santa Rosa Couny, Pro- App ication #567 received De- 11
curement office al a non refund- cember 22, 2008, from Allen
able cost of $35.00 per set. Nocon of M. Elen P. Gago,
M.D., P.A. for construction at a A
Questions concerning thisproj- 2,800 sq. ft. building with as-
ec should be directed to Chris sociated ashalt paving and
Phillips at (850) 981-7100. concrete parking tot anr side- L
walk, and a dry retention
The Board of County Commis-" stormwater management facility
sioners reserves the right t at 5327 Gul Breeze Parkwy,
waive informalities in bids, to Gulf Breeze.
reject any or all bids with or Application 570 received De-
without cause and to accept cember 30 2008, from James
the bid that in its judgment is in Labbie, Florida Insurance W
Ihe best interest of Santa Rosa Agency, for redevelopment of
County, Florida. an xisTing vacant building and L
parking lot and construction ofr
Santa Rosa Counly dbes not dis- a stormwater management fal- at
criminate on the basis of race, ity. The building will be rehabil-
color national origin, sex, reli- italed with no increase in foot- cc
gion, age, or handicapped sta- print. The parkin lot will be re-
tus in employment or provision moved and replaced with a
of service new one. Project is located at -
3763 Hwy, 90, Pace.
By order of the Board of County Application #582 received Jan- d
Commissioners of Santa Rosa uary 8, 2009 from the Santa
County, Florida Rosa County School District for r
addition of a 4 classroom wing, L
012109 realinment of an existing road Lo
012109 construction ao sidewalks and
1/81 other miscellaneous impervious ri
areas, as well as stormwater S1
management facilities at Gulf on
Breeze Middle School, 549
Gulf Breeze Parkway, Gulf in
Legal 1/82 Breeze. 62
Interested persons may com-
Notice of Receiot of menl upon these applications or
rmwaer A liation submit a ritten request for a
Notice is hereby given hat pur- staff report containing proposed w
suani to Chapter373 Florida agencyI action regardinIg the ap-
Statutes and Chapter 62-346, plication by writing I he North- In
Florida Administrative Code west Florida Water Maonae- 62
(F.A.C.), the following applica- ment District's ERP Office, 800 -
lions for an Individual Hospital Dr., Crestview, FL.
Slormwater Permit have been re- Such comments or requests must
ceived by the Northwest Florida be receivedby 5:00 p.m
Water Management District: within 14 days from date of
Application #559 received De- publication.
cember 18, 2008, from the No urther public notice will be
Santa Rosa County School Dis- provided regarding these appli-
trict, for construction of an add- cions. Persons wshing to re-

STruck Rental-Dirt & Rock Sale
SFill Dirt/Clay -Brown Dirt
Wel o Driveway Material
Licensed & Insured
Residential & Commericial
Owner Operator
SPhone: 850-994-4458
8- 7- 2 Cell: 850-698-4920

SCoker's Lawn &
Tractor Service
From trimming to tractor wor
fBushhogging Dirt Wo

p Clean-ups O Rakin

Hauling B Mowin

S Reasonable Rates, Free Estimate
(850) 623-0493 Cell: 485-7977

Licensed & Insured

28 Y-8 rseXperebrCe
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uli Kitchen, Tabjles, Chairs:
1: ^ 2500 sq. ft.


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ain advised of further pro-
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bstantially affected persons
Sentitled Io request an admin-
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28, Florida Administrative
ode, regarding the proposed
3ency action by submilting a
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| 160 | -| 2110 5710F33001
REWARD Wanted Bahal field to
(no questions asked) HATE YOUR cut fo sod. (850)
Black and white, TAKE MY ROOSTER.
male French Bulldog. 341-6723
Midway area.
637-5082 ______________

Young, black lab. Baby Goats, Pygmy & .
Male friendly wearin Mhubians taking donnsits 4100 Help Wanted

82 red collar. 255-7663 some bottle raised Classic
850-537-8207 "Keg Fridge"
________K_____________ Full size custom modi-
112 J fied refrigerator. This
-- -fridge is from the 60s-
tt may be old but it's
/ still in good shape. The
j interior has been modi-
*fied to hold a beer keg.
'itnesses to the accident You provide the keg
n 9 January 2009 at and the tap system. Use
valon and Hwy 90 at 2100- Pets C it for beer or to store
bout 6:45 am, please 2110- Pets: Free to MERCHANDISE extra food. They don't
contact Gordon at Good Homrne make 'em like this any-
50-602-8426 or 2120 Pet Supplies 3100- Antiques morell
50-665-1114. 2130 Farm Animals/ 3110 Appliances
Supplies 3120 Arts & Crafts Runs like a
S1 2140 Pets/Livestock 3130 Auctions Champ'
Wanted 3140 Baby Items 0 oho
W -, 2150 Pet Memorials 3150 Building Supplies $60 obo. 862-3297
110 3 0 ___3160 Business
ost Black golden re- 3170 Collectibles
ever lab mix. White 3180 Computers
pot on chest. Black spot 2100 31,90 Electronic
n his tongue. Wearing CHIHUAHUA 3200 Firewood ai-
ground fence collar. Small type, full blooded. 320 Garage/Yard Sales 100% a new King Pil
26-7436 or 418-9626 10 weeks old. $135. 3240- Guns lowtop set. In plastic w/
ost Lab and blue healer 994-5971 3250 Good Things to Eat warranty $200. 850
iix,' black with spotted 3260 Health & Fitness 471-0330.
hite bib on chest wear- Dachshund 3270 Jewelry/Clothing
g inground fence collar upp 3280- Machinery/ A Brand New Mattress
ginground fenc r Puppy( Equipment set Full size
26-7436 or 418-9626 5mo, male, d chshund 3290 Medical Equipment set, Full size Plastic w/
puppy. $250. 9836616. 3300 Miscellaneous warranty $ 119. Can De-
LOST PUG Cup Y Terrier 3310 Musical nstmments liver. 850-471-0330
Between Byrom Tea Cup Yorkie Terrier 3320 Plants & Shrubs/
BeMaeen Brom puppies up for adoption. Supplies Brand name Pillowtop
626-1 Magnolia. AKC registered e-mail me 3330 Restaurant/Hotel Set Queen New in plas-
626-2701 or if in- 3340 Sporting Goods
572-5204 terested, 3350 Tickets (Buy & Sell) tic, warr. $169 Delivery
avail 850-255-3050

Multi-Family-Moving Sale:
Sofa-chase sect, Lawn
| S ER I C Tractor, Mower, bdrm
L set, granite top kitchen is-
I land, bar stools, upright
L frz, s/s fridge, misc furni-
ture & tools, name brand
f baby boys, girls &
women's clothes, Disney
Movies, toys, games &
5 E'I E kids club house. Fri & Sat

-.'~ s "i *7631 Lakeside Drive
(East Milton)

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Interior E ter Burial Plots, in Monument
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850-516-6914 Top Qualit
3 850-623-1081
Essential Har
Morning Bird, A

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Accepting New Customers

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- ......' "- R.A "M-'ii i

All Types of Fences PRIVAT
New Installation and Repairs.
Specializing in Privacy Fences 1st V
Our privacy fences are built with SCREWS 2nd
Free'Estimates Locally Owned 2nd
Licensed & Insured
. 485'2532 3rdV
;" rf 4th \


1st N
ee & Stump Removal '
Removal & Storm Clean-Up 'i-:, ; ; 2nd
egging & Discing, Dirt Work 3rd
Demolition & Hauling
Clearing & Backhoe Work 4th
16-1801 or 675-4291
Licensed & Insured | Each
Owner -


$5 p


4110 Restaurants/Clubs
4120 Sales
4130 Employment

Driver Trainees
Needed. No CDL?
No Problem! Earn up
to $900/wk. Home
weekends with TMC.
Company endorsed
CDL Training.
For manufacturing plant
(industrial sewing ma-
chine operators) Apply
at: Coastal Bedding,
3501 North Aloaniz,
Pensacola, FL 32591
Earn $1000-$3200
a month to drive new
cars with ads. www.
Earn up to $150.00 a
day. Under cover shop-
pers needed to judge
retail and dining estab-
lishments. Experience not
required., please call
Need Driver
*Home every night
*400 per mile
*$10.00 drop/pick up
(Average 30 minutes)
*Tractor trailer experi-
ence a must!
*Clean MVR
Call 850-626-8578
Santa Rosa Health and
Rehab Center 5386
Broad Street. Activities
assistant. Hours include
Sat. & Sun. 3 hours each
day. Tues. & Thurs.
nights 3 hrs. each. Over-
see group activities for
elderly, Transport wheel-
chair patients; visit
one-on-one. EOE/Drug
Free Workplace
Part time, experienced
bookkeeper. 626-8973

h Aviary

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o Find Finches

atiels 3999

utton Quail 300
Oker Porrofs 100
days 24900
een & Blue Parrotlets
re Finches Love Birds
y Bird Food
vest (Daily.Greens)
.vitech, Vetafarm

rs, Fri & Sat-9-4
y & Wednesday
HwY 90
L 32571
m Lowe's)

100 Business/
mmerc ilton
/1101 Duplex. New appli-

6100 Business/
Commercial Mi l0

6170 MobApae Hme/Lot
610 ut-ofach-Twn Rentals timing pool, in
6190- Timeshare Rentals ilking distance to
6200 Vacation Rentals tres, restuarants, etc.
$ 5 with $250 dep
[ coupon. Emerald
Sds 712-9968

Milton Mn
Commercial building Okvalon Blvd.
for rent. Located on Stew- 2/1 1/BA, catheral
art Street. 5 offices with cegs, large kitchen,
reception area and re- lauryroom. No Dogs
ceiving room. Will con- $6 plus $350 de-
sider renting unit as a posliscountwith cou-
whole or individual of- pon 2-9968
fices. Rent based on
space that you need. Re- Milton
cently renovated. Internet Off Ain Blvd.
accessible, 255-4004 2/BR BA with' laun-
dryroot Up stairs with
Milton balconVWater included.
Five room commercial No d(. $650 plus
building. Great location $350 dlsit. discount
on Stewart Street. Fur- with coLn. 712-9968
nished or unfurnished. NearWhe
Great for insurance or W 2 hd lex.
tax office. $600 month 2 be, h duplex.
623-9623 $425 ml $400 dep.
623-9623 Water inced. Call
Don Cum Realty.
Milton 626-8959 T7-6787
Medical/Professional 626-89 7-6787
office space(s) available. NEW AND)DERN
All recently renovated. Duplex. 2/2car gar-
Excellent location, near age. (Near citing
Santa Rosa Medical Can- Field) $595,nth, $595
ter. Various office sizes, sec. dep. C)on
Offices from $295 and Cumbie Rei
up. Utilities included. 626-8959 or'-6787
Second months rent
FREE. 255-4004 Pace
Fourplex. All amic tile
floors. Cathecceiling.
Stove, fridge, ,.
Non-smoki ngt. $570
month. Includiarbage
piu and grass ing.
1 Bedroom unfurnished 626-2928.
anarment. Great for sen-

IOrs. $375 month plus
deposit. 623-8875 If no
answer, leave mes-

Duplex 2BR/1BA.
All electric, Kitchen
equipped. CH/A.
Garbage, sewer
and water furnished.
Carpet, washer/dryer
hookups. Pet deposit.
$300 dep. $450 rent.
6587 A Lee Street
623-4811 / 418-2926.


For Rent
5789 Eagle Dr.
Newer 2/2 duplex
with 1 car garage.
(850) 439-3007
(850) 777-9214

1/BR furnished partitial
util paid No dogs. Has
laundryroom, in ground
swimming pool,.in
walking distance to
stores, restuarants, etc.
$600 plus $350 de- -
posit w/coupon. Em-
erald Sands 712-9968

2/1 brick duplex. Stove,
frig., D/W, all ceramic
tile floors, laundry room,
patio & fenced yard.
Non-smoking environ-
ment. $565 per month

NEW 036

Navarre- HiddeBay,
waterfront TH, 3 2.5
ba. Pool, boat s No
smoke. 10 mi. to burt
$995. Joyce 939-2t

*3/2 Home
5145 Trenton Dr.
in Pace $850.
*4/2 Home 61
Meursalt Rd., in Mil
*3/1 Home 4641 C
St. in Milton $800.
*3/2 Home 6710 C
dar Ridge Cir. in Miltc
*4/3 Home Arnie
Way in Milton $) 200.
*3/2 Home 5476 Oa
Meadows in Miltor
*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-
tura Blvd in Milton
Santa Rosa Realty


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Wednesday, January 21, 2009.


Santa Rosa's Press Gazette | B7

Boating Haven Two
bedroom brick home.
Fenced yard. Quiet
neighborhood. Near
great elem. school. (850)
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.

For Rent
7050 Season Dr.
Nice 4/2 home in
Milton. Close to
Whiting Field.
(850) 439-3007
(850) 777-9214
2 bedrooms, central heat
& air. Garbage fur-
nished. 994-5023
bedrooms, 1 bath.
$700 month, $500 dep.
SPECIAL pay 1/2 rent
& full deposit and move
in NOW. 623-4127
Cute Cottage, 1 bed-
room, 1 bath. Washer/
dryer hookup. Quiet
neighborhood, near bike
trail. Non-smoking envi-
ronment. $450 month,
$450 down. 623-8365

Pace 4 br, 3 ba, 2160
sf, FR 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
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

Milton $100 a week in-
cludes utilities.Have cats.
References required.
(850) 549-6773

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.
Water and garbage fur-.
nished. Nice neighbor-
hood. 6576 DaLisa /
Road. $50Q month..
$500 deposit. 626-3454
2 bedroom mobile
home for rent. Front &
back porch. Fenced back
yard. Air conditioning.


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| .6t70 I | 6170
2 bedroom/2 bath mo- W. Milton
bile home on private lot. 3/2, 14X70. Total
$475 month. Total elec- electric. No pets.
tric. 6252 Morgan Ct. 5073 Ridgeway Blvd.
$250 deposit. Baycrest $625 month, $300 dep.
Realty 994-7918 Baycrest Realty
2 bedrooms, 1 bath 994-7918
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- s
ences & security deposit.
Phone# 850- 417-3085 I- g,-.A
(off 87 N. Milton) 7100 Homes
7105 Open Houses
2/2, total electric. 7110 Beach Home/
East Gate Mobile Home Property
Ranch. 626-8973 7120 Commercial
7130 Condo/Townhouse
Clean double wide, 3/2 7140 Farms & Ranches
$600 OR 2/1 $400. 7150 Lots and Acreage
Water & garbage incl. 7160 Mobile Homes
No pets. 675-6614 7170: Waterfront
-_ 7180 Investment
2005, 3 bedroom FEMA 7190 Out-of-Town
mobile home. East Gate 7200 Rmesal Estate
Mobile Home Ranch. Timeshare
Rentals 2 & 3 bed- 7,100
rooms. $400-$650 per
month.Section 8/Hud ac- 6457 Julia Drive
cepted. Call 994-5703 Nice, 3/1. Completely
M remodeled. Brick/vinyl.
Milton (Bruce Lane) New roof, large fenced
Includes water, garbage back yard. $79,900
and lawn service. * 623-5828, 982-8912
2/2 for $450 month.
2/2 for $350/month
Call 698-4582
Milton ls
$450. month + Dep.and
Ref. Water and garbage
furnished. Section 8 ac- Ft. Walton
cepted. (850)499-7412 Kenwood
Milton 602 Mooney Rd
Milford Road Beautiful brick 3 br, 2
Nice, 2/2. Clean and ba, 2 cg. Close to
well kept. All electric. CH bases on quiet half
& A, garden tub, dish- 'acre corner lot. Built in
washer and covered 1994, kitchen recently
porch. Avail. 1/15/09. updated with stainless
$445 month. Includes steel appliances, comer
water, garbage and FP w/all brick hearth,
sewer. 375-4515 vaulted ceilings, fresh
paint, security system,
Milton updated electronic irri-
Pollard Mobile Home gation, large screened
Park. 2 bed, 1 bath. T- porch under roof, chain
tal electric. Water & gar- link back yard perfect
bage furnished. $435 for pets. $299,000.
rent, $200 dep. Baycrest Call 850 226-6754
Realty 994-7918
Pace -
2 bedroom, 1 bath
mobile home with fenced
yard. $425 month, $400
deposit. Don Cumbie Re-
alty. 626-8959 MILTON
Pace 3 bed/2 bath home.
2/2 mobile home (Pine Lake Estate)
4033 Adams Road $135,000.
$450 rent, $400 dep. 3 be/2 bath ome
Pace With Sun Room
1 bedroom brick (Hawk's Nest)
batchlor pad. $135,000. '
Secluded. $535 month, 3-4 bed/2 1/2 bath.
$500 dep. With In-ground Pool.
3649 Scoggins Street (Breckenridge)
M moie$235,000.
3 bedroom mobile Call Lind Deck
home. 6560 Handy Dr. Deck Realty, Inc.
$525 month, $500 (850) 626-0711
Blumac Realty

Why rent when
you can buy?
No down payment.
Annl Tompkins
Cardinal Realty.

5 acres improved land.
Paved road, dead-end.
Partially fenced.
Horses OK. $60,000.

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