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Publisher: Milton Newspapers, Inc.
Milton Newspapers
Place of Publication: Milton Fla
Publication Date: March 4, 2009
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Board approves final consent decree

School officials
enjoined from
in prayer

Jeni Booker Senter
On Monday at 6:30 p.m., the
School Board of Santa Rosa
County met to discuss and
approve the final draft of a
consent decree addressing the
districts compliance with the
court ruling on an ACLU lawsuit.

Present at the board
meeting in the Canal Street
Boardroom were Counsel for
the school board, Robert Sniffen
and J. David Marsey, who have
been working diligently witl
School District Attorney Paul
Green and the board to come'
up with a Consent Decree and
Order that details actions the

school district will implement
to comply with the court's
ruling that school officials are
to permanently refrain from
promoting, advancing, endorsing,
participating in, or causing
prayers during or in conjunction
with school events for any school
within the school district.
Some of the key points in the

document address:
Prayer at school events-
school officials are permanently
enjoined from promoting,
advancing, endorsing, participating
in, or causing prayers during or in
conjunction with school events.
*Religious Services


The United Way in Milton prepares for move

Workers prepare to stripe the parking lot of the new location for
the United Way. Inside the building, final touches are being done
on the interior as the building is readied for the local United
Way to move in. Below, an exterior view of the newly remodeled
building that will be the'new home fo.r the local United Way.
T The building is located on Hwy. 90 in Milton, between
McDonald's and Wendy's.

County clerk is

charged with 16

counts of theft

An employee in the
Santa Rosa Clerk of Cir-
cuit Courts Office has been
charged with petit
Amista Leigh Mi-
ley,.21, was allowed
to turn herself in
Thursday to the
Santa Rosa County
Jail where she was
arrested on a mis-
demeanor warrant AMIST
for 16 counts of petit
Miley, who has
been an employee at the
clerks office since 2003,
was released later Thurs-
day after posting an $8,000
She is scheduled to ap-
pear before Judge Robert
Hillyard 'on March 12 for
According to Santa
Rosa Clerk of Circuit


Courts Mary Johnson
a periodic and routine au-
dit of checks and balances,
led to the discovery of we
noted discrepancies in the
receipting of funds from
.cashiering to re-
ceipting. Further in-
vestigation through
an internal audit
revealed a deficit in
funds of $1,229.00 at
one receipting sta-
tion. -
Johnson stated
EI GH the employee was
questioned, re-
EY turned the missing.
funds, and resigned.
"When I talked to her
she gave her resignation,"-
said Johnson. "A little
while later that day she,
came into the office and
gave back all the money."
The incidentwas report-
ed to the proper authorities
and the funds have been

Feds file drug

conspiracy charges

against four in Milton


SFour Milton residents
were charged Friday in a
federal drug conspiracy out
of Santa Rosa County.
Shawn Caudell, 37, Tolan-
da Talley, 37, Ashley Rossel,
24, and Erica Smith, 21, all
of Milton, were charged in a
criminal complaintwith con-
spiring to manufacture and
distribute methamphet-
amine as well as conspiring
to possess or distribute a
listed, chemical, according.
to United States Attorney
Thomas E Kirwin, North-
ern District of Florida.
The criminal complaint,'
unsealed in United States
District Court this morning,
alleges that the co-defen-
dants obtained significant
amounts of pseudoephed-
rine from area pharma-
cies in order to manufac-
ture methamphetamine in
homemade laboratories.
The complaint alleges
that this included hundreds
of instances wherein one or
more of the co-defendants
would purchase multiple

boxes of pseudoephedrine
in a single day.
The complaint explains
that law enforcement of-
ficers were able to track
these suspect searches by
cooperating with area phar-
macies. Law enforcement
officers then executed two
separate search warrants
on the residences of the
codefendants, resulting
in the seizure of metham-
phetamine, the ingredients
to manufacture metham-
phetamine, thousands of
dollars in cash, and over 15
A criminal complaint is
merely a charging instru-
ment. Each defendant is
presumed innocent un-
less and until proven guilty
in United States District
This case was investigat-
ed by the Santa Rosa Coun-
ty Sheriff's Office, the U.S.
Drug Enforcement Admin-
istration, and the Bureau of
Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms
and Explosives.
The case is being pros-
ecuted by Assistant United
States Attorney David L.

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Munson volunteer firefighter obtains certification

Special to the Press Gazette

Munson Volunteer Fire
and Rescue District volun-
teer Adam Bondurant re-
cently obtained the State
of Florida Firefighter One
Competency Certification
and, is one of only 50 esti-
mated deaf firefighters in
the nation to become cer-
tified. The life-long Mun-
son resident has been a
volunteer with the district
for two years, since turn-
ing 18. Currently an EMT
student at Pensacola Ju-
nior College, Adam is also

pursuing Firefighter Two
John KingMunson Vol-
unteer Fire and Rescue
District Captain and Fire
Training Officer, states he
was a bit apprehensive
when Bondurant, first be-
came a volunteer. Howev-
er, he quickly began to ap-
preciate his abilities. King
explains, "Adam has been
an asset to our district. He
has a passion for firefight-
ing and is as qualified to
serve the public as anyone
without a disability. More
importantly, his persever-





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Wednesday, March 4, 2009

Locks of Love, Beef 'O

Brady's looking for volunteers

to donate hair for children


Some people talk about helping
children, but Pace's Carol Daugh-
tery is taking matters into her own
Well not her hands actually.
-Daughtery will be donating 10
inches of her hair to Locks of Love.
This donation will be used to man-
ufacture adolescent hair prostheses
for pediatric patients who have expe-
rienced hair loss due to any medical
reason or treatment.
Daughter will be doing this at her
business, Beef'O'Brady's in Pace, on

March 26 at 3:30 p.m. and is inviting
others-to join her.
Sheila Hudson of Hair Trends will
be performing the honors and has
agreed to stay 'on hand until every
person who would like to donate to
Locks of Love has their hair cut.
In addition, Beef'O'Brady's will do-
nate $100 in your name to Pace Relay
-for Life if you choose to make a dona-
tion of hair to Locks of Love during
the event.
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Locks of Love program and its re-
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Speak OUT

Sunday, 12:29 p.m.
Good afternoon, my
name is John. I was just
watching the County Com-
mission meeting on TV and
it was kind of humorous to
watch. Commissioner Cole
said what if years ago they
had voted and got some of
the projects they have got-
ten in Dothan and Loxley.
Another commissioner
talked about going up and
down the interstate and
looking at all these distri-
bution centers. The one in
Loxley should have been
in Milton. Why is the coun-
ty in the land business; the
county does not need to be
in the land business.

Sunday, 9:19 a.m.
Hi this is James. I see
Hollywood Obama is flying
across the county again in
Air Force One and spend-
ing my grandkids money.
Why is he flying all over
the place when he should

be in Washington doing
something.about our prob-
lems. Congress is get-
ting on CEO's about how
much they spend on flying,
yet Obama can get in Air
Force One and fly here and
there to give speeches and
spend my great grandkids
money. Instead of jump-
ing on a plane he needs to
be in Washington and do-
ing something about our

Saturday, 9:55 a.m.
Yes, what can you do
with these dogs running
loose. There is a pit bull
out there attacking other
dogs and it is not on a leash
or anything. Another home
has the front doornpartially
open so a rotweiller can
come-and go as it pleases.
I can see this dog attack-
ing a child as it walks buy.
The leash law needs to be
enforced in the Skyline
area very badly.

District 1: Jim Williamson, 4351 Berryhill Road,
Pace, FL 32571; phone 932-1340. E-mail is comm-
District 2: Bob Cole, 8651 Riverstone Road,
Milton, FL 32583; phone 983-1877. E-mail is comm-
District 3: Don Salter, 6000 Chumucklo Highway,
Pace, FL 32571; phone 994-6426. E-mail is comm- .
District 4: Gordon Goodin; 6467 Avenida De
Galves, Navarre, FL 32566; phone 939-4949. E-mail is
District 5: Lane Lynchord, 6495 Caroline St., Suite
M, Milton, FL 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. Monday preceding 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.

Saturday, 8:13 a.m.
My name is Mac. I just
read where our question-
able county commission-
ers voted for this land deal
on Highway 87. At this time
of recession, loss of jobs,
homes being foreclosed
on I think there is a much
better way that this money
could have been used. Our
county commissioners
need to be packed up and
moved to another state.
They are. worthless ex-
cept for the two who voted
against this purchase.

Friday, 6:31 p.m.
This is Tee. Whoever
had made a decision to use-
the stimulus money to put
signs on Avalon instead
of widening the road and
repairing .it is silly. This
person must have inter-
est in the golf course since
,they are the only ones who
would benefit from the


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President, White House, 1600 Pennsylvania Ave.,
Washington, D.C., 20500; phone 202-456-1414.

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Friday, 8:51 a.m.
This is about child
abuse. Could someone
explain to me Proverbs
23:13-14. I was whipped as
a child. If God's words are
for it then why are we so
dead set against it. I will be
waiting for your answer.

Friday, 7:49 a.m.
Yeah, I am really upset
about this land buy over
in East Milton. There are
much better ways this
money could be spent than
purchasing this land.

Thursday, 12:25 p.m.
Yes this is Darlene. I
think people should have
to pass a urine test to get a
welfare or unemployment

If you have a short
comment you would like
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Out line at 623-5887.

Milton, FL 32570, 983-0413. E-mail is scottdl@mail.
District 2: Hugh.Winkles, 5684 Nicklaus Lane,
Milton, FL 32570, 623-6299. E-mail is winkleseh@
District 3: Diane Coleman, 9400 Octavia Lane,
Navarre, FL 32566, 939-2661. E-mail is colemanmd@
District 4: JoAnn J. Simpson, 5059 Faircoth St,
Pace 32571, 994-5446. E-mail is simpsonjj@mail.
District 5: Edward Gray III, 1 Gray Oaks Lane, Gulf
Breeze, FL 32561, 850-932-6287. E-mail is grayem@
The Santo Rosa County School Board meets at 6:30
p.m. second and fourth Thursdays at 5086 Canal St.,
Milton. Phone: 983-5000.

Milton City Hall, Mayor Guy Thompson, 6738
Dixon Street, Milton, FL 32570, 983-5400. Interim
City Manager, Brian Watkins.
Gulf Breeze City Hall, Mayor Lane Gilchrist, 1070
Shoreline Drive, Gulf Breeze, FL 32561, 934-5100.
City Manager, "Buzz" Eddy.
Town of Jay, Mayor Kurvin Quails, 3822 Hwy. 4,
Jay, FL 32565, 675-2719.
Contact information for your elected officials
appears in every Saturday edition of the Santa Rosa
Press Gazette. Know your leaders; stay in touch.

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Wednesday, March 4, 2009

Sheriff's ReDort

Santa Rosa's Press Gazette I A3

The following are felo-
nies listed from February
12 until February 21, 2009
Robinson, Melissa
Lynne; Female; 38; 9472
South Trace Rd, Milton;
DUI. 2/12/09
Colley, Robert Stacy;
Male; 41; 6735 Hunt St,
Milton; Drugs Deliv/Dis-
tri Deliver Methamphet-
amine. 2/12/09
Collins, Krystal Lynn;
Female; 22; 4941 Forest
Creek Dr., Pace; Drugs-
Possess Listed Chemical
Wit Manufacture Cntrl
Subs. 2/12/09
Hartsell, Josiah Mi-
chael; Male; 29; 5284 Broad
St., Milton; Probation Vio-
lation-Felony. 2/12/09
Howington, Casey
Drew; Male; 20; 5951 Gil-
lum Rd, Milton; Larc-Theft
is $300 or More But Less
Than $5,000.2/12/09
Lay. Christopher Keith;
Male; 32; 5595 Birch St.,
Milton; Probation Viola-
tion-Felony. 2/12/09
Connors, Richard Al-
len; male; 22; 5248 Rowe
Trail, Pace; DUI Alcohol or
Drugs 2nd Off. 2/12/09
Warrick' Jr., Jeffrey
Randell; Male; 21; 11192
Chumuckla Hwy, Jay;
Larc-Petit 1st Off, Fraud-
Utter False Instrument (3
cts.). 2/12/09
Sweeiev, Michael Eu-
gene; Male; 22 4815 Carl
Booker St., Milton; Failure
to Appear for Felony Of-
fense. 2/12/09
Palmgren. Clayton Eu-
gene; Male; 36;. 2841 Lido
Blvd., Gulf Breeze; Insur-
ance Fraud. 2/12/09
Armstrong, Paul Neal;
Male; 39; 6808 County Road
606, Enterprise, AL; Lewd
Lasciv-Molest Victim Less
12 YOA Offender 18 YOA or
Older. 2/14/09
Berry. Ron Colby;
Male; 20; 7506 Buckeye Dr.,
Navarre; Dealing in Stolen

Property. 2/13/09
Bibb Angelia Danielle;
Female; 30; 6432 Eva St.,
Milton; Drive While Li-
cense Susp 3rd or Subseq
Off. 2/14/09
Graves, Lawrence Dal-
las; Male; 36; 246 Southern
Circle, Gulf Port, MS; Out
of State FYgitive From
Justice. 2/13/09
Hyman. Christopher
Enzo; Male; 19; 6288 Ham-
ilton Bridge Rd, Milton;
Probation Violation-Felo-
ny. 2/13/09 ,
Jovner, Shirley ,Em-
mons; Female; 64; 4461
Angie Ln,, Pace; Probation
Violation-Felony. 2/13/09
Langman, Sheila
Broom; Female; 38; 9824
Parker Lake Circle, Na-
varre; Admin Directive-
Administrative Directive
2009-2, Kidnap Minor-In-
terfere W/Custody, Con-
trib Delinq Minor or De-
pendency of. 2/13/09
Lanier, Thomas Ed-
ward; Male; 25; 2791 Bras-
well St., Navarre; Drive
While License Susp 3rd or
Subseq Off. 2/14/09
McCranyev Jr.. Ronald
Marshall; Male; 23; 5215
Catalina St., Pace; Drugs-
Possess Cntrl Subs W/O
Prescription (2 cts.), Mari-
juana Possess Not More
Than 20 Grams. 2/15/09
Pence, James Benja-
min; Male; 45; 612 Clay St.,
Dayton, KY; Probation Vio-
lation Felony. 2/14/09 ,
Thompson, James
Earl; Male; 29; 813 West
Wood Dr., Ft. Walton
Beach; Prqbation Viola-
tion-Felony. 2/13/09
Toyens. Robert Ander-
son; Male; 29; 6436 Hwy. 90,
Milton; Battery Touch or
Strike, Kidnap-False Im-
prisonment-Adult. 2/15/09
Wood. Jeremy Lamar;
Male; 33; 4408 Gatewood
Ln, Pace; Asslt-Intent
Threat to do Violence,

Battery-Touch or Strike
(domestic violence), Ag-
grav Battery-Cause Bodily
Harm or Disability (do-
mestic violence). 2/14/09
Wright, Cheton Gary;
Male; 13; 1998 Anchor Dr.,
Navarre; Lewd Lasciv Be-
havior-Exhibit By Person
Less 18 YOA Victim Less
16 YOA. 2/13/09.
Garrett, Charles
Thomas; Male; 30; 6215
Anderson.Ln, Milton; DUI
Alcohol or Drugs 2nd Of-
fense. 2/15/09
Martin, Robert Allan;
Male; 38; 2739 Terry Cove,
Milton; DUI. 2/13/09
Nunhallv, Polly Bush;
Female; 50; 1899 Reserve
Blvd, Gulf Breeze; DUI.
Packer, Aubrey Ben-
nett; Male; 25; 1304 Via
De Luna Dr., Pensacola
Beach; DUI. 2/14/09
Palmer, Elizabeth
Langdon; Female; 51; 6880
Langley St., Milton; DUI
Alcohol or Drugs 2nd Of-
fense. 2/14/09
Roesger, Debra Ann;
Female; 52; 6539 Redfield
St., Navarre; DUI. 2/13/09
Osm0ondson, Gina Lee;
Female; 48; 6546, Berry-
hill Rd, Milton; DUI With
Property Damage. 2/09
Allen, Clifford Cobb;
Male; 52; 7125 McCray Rd,
Milton; Probation Viola-
tion-Felony. 2/16/09
Beaty, Lucas Scott;
Male; 19; 5970 Twin Oaks
Dr., Pace; Probation Viola-
tion-Felony. 2/16/09
Childress, David Ryan;
Male; 18; 4408 Travis Rd.,
Brewton, AL; Burgl-Dwell-
ing Structure or Convey-
ance Armed, Larc-Grand
Theft $10,000 or More Less
Than $20,000, Larc-Grand
of Firearm. 2/16/09
gybon, Janie Renee;
Female; 49; 206 House
Ave., Cheyenne, WY; Pro-
bation Violation-Felony.

Carter, Jacquena Je-
nea; Female; 22; 1620 W.
St. Joseph Ave, Pensacola;
Larc-Retail Theft $300 or
More. 2/16/09
Stromas, Vanidy De-
notrius; Female; 26; 817
N. Shoemaker St., Pen-
sacola; Larc-Petit 1st De-
gree Property $100 to Un-
der $300; Cruelty Toward
Child At That Could Result'
inn Physical Mental Injury.
McDonald, John Owen;
Male; 34; 5420 Greathouse
Rd, Dora,, AL; Probation
Violation-Felbny. 2/16/09
Austin, Michael Joseph;
Male; 33; 8610 Wilburn Rd,
Navarre; Obscene Materi-
al-Distrib to Minor (2 cts.).
Birchmore III, Henry
Harold; Male; 38; 5089
West Spencerfield Road,
Pace; Failure To Appear
for Felony Offense. 2/17/09
Listvan, Adam Leon-
ard; Male; 44; 6595 Sandy
Hill Ln, Milton; Fraud-
False Owner Info Pawned
Items $300 or More, Deal-
ing In Stolen Property.'
Slack, Anthony Je-
rome; Male; 36; 4512 Limit
St., Milton; Damage Prop-
Crim Misch $1,000 or More,
Burgl Unoccupied Convey-
ance Unarmed, Larc-Petit
1st Off. 2/17/09
Feran, II, Gerald Mi-
chael; Male; 31; 9725 W.
Highway 98, Pensacola;
Burglary, Larceny, Ut-
ter Forged Instrument.
Juarez, Heather De-
nise; Female; 35; 2600 West
Michigan Ave, Pensacola;
DUI Alcohol or Drugs 2nd
Offense. 2/15/09
McCullough, William
Junior; Male; 50; 988 Fore-
hand Ln, Cantonment;
Drive While Lis Susp Ha-
bitual Offender. 2/17/09

Summers, Jena Mi-
chelle; Female; 23; 4967
Bell Ridge Ln, Pace;
Poss ID of Another Per-
sons W/O Consent. 2/17/09
Dashawn Andre; Male; 25;
981 Willow Creek Ln, Tal-
lahassee; Drive While Lic
Susp Habitual Offender.
Shults, Deborah Sue;
Female; 17; 6224 Brice
Street, Milton; DUI.
Dellasala, Matthew
Daniel; Male; 18; 2643 Bob
White Circle, Navarre; Re-
sist Officer With Violence.
Smith, Janet Kay; Fe-
male; 58; 11639 Bliss Way,
Milton; DUI, Drive With
Expired Lic For More
Than 4 Mos, Drugs-Pos-
sess Cntrl Sub W/O Pre-
scription (13 cts.), Narcotic
Equip-Possess And Or Use
(2 cts.) 2/18/09
Perkins, Justin Levi
Eugene; Male; 24; 6106
Alicia Dr., Pensacola; Pro-
bation Violation-Felony.
Rose, Natalie Michelle;
Female; 20; 104 Emerald
Dunes Circle, Santa Rosa
Beach; DUI Alcohol or
Drugs. 2/18/09
Arrington, Quincy
Wade; Male; 28; Home-
less; Burgl of Unoccupied
Dwelling, Unarmed, No
Asslt/Batt; Resist Officer
Obstruct W/O Violence.
2/19/09 /
Crotcer, Alyssa Hep-
burn; Female; 22; PO Box
303, Hulls Cove, ME; Out
of State Fugitive From
Justice. 2/19/09
' Dickson, Brandon Lee;
Male; 27; 4214 Coachman
Rd, Milton;, Cocaine-Pos-
sess With Intent to Sell
Mfg Deliv Etc Schedule II,
Drugs possess Cntrl Sub
W/O Prescription, Narcot-

ic Equip-Possess And or
Use. 2/19/09
Foster II, Gerald Mat-
thew; Male; 25; 5428. Cox
Rd, Milton; Battery-Felo-
ny Batt or Dom. Batt By
Strangulation (domestic
violence), Resist Officer-
Obstruct W/O Violence.
Jackson, Amanda Mi-
chelle; Female; 31; 4517
Bridgewater Dr., Pace;
Neglect Child W/O Great
Harm. 2/19/09
Knighten, Derrick
Gene; Male; 29; 122 Martin
Circle, Atmore, AL; Fraud-
False Owner Info Pawned
Items $300 or More.
Odom, Michael Brian;
Male; 22; 2091 College
Ave., DeFuniak; 'Failure to
Appear for Felony Offense.
Parr, Robert Allen;
Male; 41; 6641 Magnolia St,
Milton; Probation Viola-
tion-Felony. 2/19/09
Wilks, Tyler Lee; Male;
20; 5889 Country Club Rd,,
Milton; DUI. 2/19/09
Barbeau, Joshua Wil-
liam; Male; 19; 9114 Corn-
field Way, Milton; Dealing
In Stolen Property. 2/20/09.
Blackshear, Deundros
Laron; Male; 21; 214 Bar
Place St., Crestview; Flee/
Elude Police Flee W/Dis-
regard of Safety to Per-
sons or Prop, Drive While
Lic Susp 2nd Off, Cocaine-
Possess With Intent to
Sell Mfg Deliv Etc Sched-
ule II, Marijuana-Possess
Not More Than 20 Grams.
Crumetv, Francis Lee;
Male; 20; 5456 Bluebirrd
St., Milton; Probation Vio-
lation-Felony. 2/20/09
David, Christopher Na-
varo; Male; 29; 24405 Ridge
Drive, Drewryville, NC;
Cocaine Possess With In-
tent to 'Sell Mfg Deliv Etc
Schedule II. 2/22/09

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properly receipted to the
appropriate department.
This is the first incident
like this in the Clerk of
Circuit Courts office that
Johnson can recall.
But this is not the first
time this has happened
recently in Santa Rosa
Back in 2005 Dana Ad-
kinson was arrested and
convicted of taking money
from the Santa Rosa Coun-
ty Clerks Office.

In that case the Santa
Rosa County Sheriff's Of-
fice declined to get involved
according to comments
made by former County
Tax Collector Robert Mc-
Attempts to contact
the Santa Rosa County
Sheriff's Office on why'
they-were not involved in
the Adkinson case, but in-
volved in the Miley case
were not successful as of
press time.

(Baccalaureate)- school
officials are permanently
enjoined from planning,
organizing, financing,
promoting, or otherwise
sponsoring in whole or in
part a religious service
including baccalaureate for
any school.
*School events at
religious venues- school
officials are permanently
enjoined from holding
school events for any school
at a religious venue when


an alternative venue is
reasonably suitable that is
not a religious venue.
*Promotion of personal
religious belief- school
officials are permanently
enjoined from permitting
school officials at any
school to promote their
personal religious beliefs to
students in class or during
conjunction with a school
Counsel for the District
Marsey said "in proposing
this consent decree we
have not forgone our
rights.. .we have only been
provided guidelines with
what is appropriate while
maintaining the freedoms
allowed to us by law."
Chairman of the Board
Ed Gray opened the public
forum before approving the
final draft,
Reverend Matthew
Cotten, a local religious

"It is okay to disagree, we don't have
to respect on another's views, we just
have to respect one another."

Reverend Matthew Cotton
local religious leader

leader and the parent of a
Pace High School student,
was the first to address the
"I don't envy you [the
board] the pressure
... the stress this has
brought to you ... but
this [court decision]
is not something
we are surprised by
- people without faith
misunderstanding people
of faith ...," said Cotten.
"If you believe in God
you shouldn't be afraid in
someone else professing
their faith in their God. If

you are, then maybe you
should change Gods, if you
don't have more confidence
in your God than that."
"It is okay to disagree,
we don't have to respect
one another's views, we
just have to respect one
another," said Cotton.
Cotten leads a group
called OK2Pray that he
says wants to "stand up
and say it is okay to pray."
The group plans to meet
for its first event on March
21 from 9 a.m. until 11 a.m.
at the front of Pace High

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Remember when coffee was a nickel a cup?
And a slice of pie was a dime? Mrs. Nancy
Bass does.
In fact, long before Milton had a Burger
King, a Hardy's, aWhatABurger, or an Arby's,
Nancy was serving her famous Kwik Burgers
that eventually gave her and her husband
Kenneth's restaurant its name. Actually, they
remember that there was only one other restau-
.. errant in this section of town, and that was
"Johnny Rollo's:
n February of 1961, going on 49 years
ago, they first began Kwik Burger at its present
r site on property purchased from Dan McKenzie
of McKenzie Motors in a building constructed
by John Wallace, father of Bill Wallace who
owns Bill Wallace Realty.
Nancy Bass If you think pie and coffee for 15 cents was
Nancy Bass p a bargain, consider breakfast and dinner. You
could get a full course breakfast for 35 cents
and a lunch offering two meats and four vegetables, including pie, tea, and bread
for 50 cents. Ah, those were the days!
Without a sign to identify the "no name" cafe, notoriety was gained by
Nancy's delicious homemade pies and farm fresh vegetables which she laboriously
prepared herself with tender loving care. Word of mouth has given much success to
her efforts, with many well-fed customers.
Nancy is a remarkable woman, devoting most of her life to making sure that
someone else's was a little more comfortable. She's a leukemia survivor and
remains at the helm of an eatery that has gained fame throughout the Panhandle for
her good cooking!
The Basses have raised four sons, including Steve (deceased), Danny, Kenny,
and Randy. They are also the proud grandparents of seven grandchildren, six girls
and a boy.
Nancy's "do-unto-others" philosophy has been partly credited for her phenom-
enal success. That and her strong spiritual values which she puts ahead of every-
thing else has sustained her and her family through some strong adversities. She
and her business was recently recognized with a certificate of recognition by the
City of Milton I
First Baptist Church of Milton is her church home, and she exercises every
opportunity to attend whenever she can. She's a wonderful lady who has used her
gift for cooking to the enjoyment of others, for which everyone must undoubtedly
be thankful. She deserves this genuinely respectful salute, and we give it gladly!
What's for dinner today, Nancy?


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Center to host workshop for visually impaired teens


The Belmont Arts and
Cultural Center is host-
ing a glass blowing work-
shop for several blind and
visually impaired teenag-
ers from Independence
for the Blind of West
Florida Saturday Febru-
ary 28 from 1:30-4:30pm.
The group will be learn-.
ing about the art of glass

blowing. Each student
will create 2 glass art
pieces: the students
will create one for them-
selves to keep, and the
second piece will be auc-
tioned off at the 2009 Eye-

ball on Saturday March
The teens, includ-
ing several Santa Rosa
County residents, are
participants in IB West's
Transition Program,

funded in part by the
Florida Department of
Education, Division of
Blind Services. The
Transition Program pre-
pares visually impaired
high school students for

college and the work-
force through training in
several areas: computer
and adaptive software,
socialization and recre-
ation, vocational training
such as resume writing,
interviewing skills, and
career exploration.
The 'Belmont Arts
and Cultural Center is
located in the historic
Belmont-Devilliers com-
munity and offers classes

in pottery wheel throw-
ing, glass bead making,
glass blowing, and spon-
sors the Belmont Youth
Band. To learn more
about what the Belmont
Arts and Cultural Center
offers, visit their website
at www.belmontartscen-
For more information
on IB West or the 2009
Eyeball, call 850-477-

Zoo announces call for entries for 'green' fashion show


ZOO Northwest Florida
announced it is accepting
entries for the inaugural
Couture for a Cause fash-
ion show to be held on
April 18 at Seville Quarter
in Pensacola. Deadline for
entries is March 31. Any-
one can enter, but only 50
designs will be featured in
the gala fashion show at

Phineas Phogg.
The event will feature
designs from individuals
and teams 'in the comminu-
nity who submit outfits
made of at least 75 percent
recycled or reused materi-
als. The ZOO hopes that
the creative designs will
encourage the community
to take a new look at con-
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Local celebrities will

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Proceeds benefit the
Zoo's mission, conserva-
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which serves over 18,000
children a year.
Sponsorship packages
are also available from
$250 to $5000. Benefits
for event sponsors vary
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Those interested in de-
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Wednesday, March 4,2009


Time to be

'Patrolman You'

Money is scarce and times are hard and get-
ting more so every day.
That, alone, is an excellent reason to pay
close attention to those crossing your front
This sentiment is getting stronger and
stronger as we see crime steadily rise. After
all, criminals feel the economic pinch as well
and respond by stepping up their thieving
The first indication to the local crisis should
have been the high number of copper thefts.
As everyone started watching their air con-
ditioners and other major appliances outside,
the would-be thieves merely switched their
Milton experienced a high number of these
thefts. Some stores were hit multiple times.
With an increased emphasis being placed
on protecting businesses, those desperate
enough to resort to stealing may now focus
their crimes on individuals.
As they make this move into neighborhoods,
they are getting down right dangerous.
This past weekend, a person was robbed in
The alleged assailant was captured, but not
before the victim was injured... spending the
weekend in the hospital in critical condition.
Unfortunately, this is not the first individual
to be harmed in the midst of an attempted rob-
If citizens don't do something about this
there will be more and more such acts.
Several years ago, neighborhood watch pro-
grams were begun in which neighbors agreed
to keep a wary eye out for themselves 'and
their neighbors. Now, more than ever, these
programs are important. Criminals don't stand.
a chance of an entire neighborhood is on the
If you travel around the county, you're sure
to see some of the signs advising the existence
of these programs.
If your neighborhood doesn't have a pro-
gram, get one going. If it does, get together
with your neighbors and make sure everyone
makes a new commitment. They need to all
dust off their glasses and give criminals a real
This program is simple. Neighbors simply
agree to watch the neighborhood for strang-
ers and strange behavior. And when they see
something, they call the police.
If neighbors work together in this type of
program, criminals don't stand a chance. It's
a proven fact.
There is nothing wrong with the law en-
forcement in the county, but when everyone is
watching, we suddenly find ourselves a county
with a "deputy" force in excess of 100,000.
That is why we need to join forces so the
odds are not so much in favor of the ever-in-
creasing number of bad guys.
It is pretty bad when you hear that someone
gets mugged while walking home from making
purchases at a local discount store.
It would be nice if we didn't have to worry
about times getting bad, but unfortunately we
are hearing this trend is repeated nationwide
and is likely to get much worse before it gets
If there is a positive in all of this, it is that we,
live where we live.
When someone needs help here, people are
always willing to lend a hand.
So, let's use that spirit and get together.
We are not suggesting we become vigilan-
tes, but vigilantly watch what is going on in our
own little corners of Santa Rosa. In the end, it
will make it an even better place to be.

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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Spare A-Rod and spoil the child

By Ron Hart

At a press conference
last week, Alex Rodriguez
admitted taking the ste-
roids six years ago. He
said the drug is legal and
sold over the counter in the
Dominican Republic, after
whose health care system
the Obama administration
wants to model ours.
Given A-Rod's perfor-
mance for the Yankees, the
Dominican Republic-brand
steroid apparently loses its
potency in October.
Having finished up
some fine work on balanc-
ing the budget, regulat-
ing the banks, fixing toxic
mortgages and tidying up
the two wars we have going
on, Congress felt the need
to delve into Major League
Baseball in order to inject
some Congressional mo-
rality into the national pas-
time. It would seem that
our legislators don't care
what a man injected into
his buttocks six years ago,
except for maybe Senator
Larry Craig.
, The Bush administra-
tion started this and many
other meddling inquiries
(Terry Shiavo and the gay
marriage ban initiative
come to mind) when it
looked into steroid use in
Major League Baseball. I
think I remember Donald
Rumsfeld issuing a report
that the Tampa Bay Devil
Rays were just months
away from acquiring en-
riched uranium and yellow

cake for
gress a
good ex-
cuse to
'hold yet
Ron Hart more
Columnist hear-
Many suspected users
of steroid drugs were sub-
poenaed to testify: Roger
Clemens, Jason Giambi,
Sammy Sosa, Mark Mc-
Gwire, Rosie O'Donnell,
and just about anyone else
whose hat size had grown
more than 2 inches in his
thirties. Barry Bonds was
so mad when Congress
subpoenaed him that he
picked up his Range Rover
and threw it at the poor guy
serving the summons.
At least we have to re-
spect Jose Canseco -- if not
because of his hot wife, at
least for being honest about
steroid use. When Canseco
was told that steroids were
found in his blood stream,
he probably asked for them
back. Then he narc'ed on
everyone else in Major
League Baseball, making
him as popular as that Uni-
versity of South Carolina
frat rat who took a picture
of Michael Phelps smoking
a bong.
Probably because he
was hopped up on the
'roids, A-Rod felt up to the

challenge of sleeping with
Madonna. You would have
to feel like you have your
bat corked to try to impress
the well-traveled Madonna,
who is rumored to have be-
gun her pro-sport sleeping
career with Dennis Rod-
She, like many of us of a
certain age, began to prefer
baseball; she now has one
of the few beds with an on-
deck circle right beside it. I
hear she is quick to send a
player to the minor leagues
if he does not perform.
Their affair was enough
to break up Madonna's
marriage but not A-Rod's.
For a professional athlete's
wife to leave, it takes more
than an affair. It usually in-
volves the poor wife being
cut off from her unlimited
credit card or for her hus-
band's contract to end.
Madonna did raise an
eyebrow about this whole
steroid thing. I think we
all know how hard raising
an eyebrow has become
for Madonna, so this was
meaningful to her. She was
also clearly angry about be-
ing linked to A-Rod during
all of this. I can always tell
when Madonna is mad be-
cause she briefly slips out
of her fake British accent.
On to the next conquest
Madonna! I hear there is
a promising kid playing in
Richmond for the Braves'
AAA farm team. 'Rumor
has it that he is a stellar
long reliever.
When this scandalbroke,

Bud Selig, the Sergeant
Schultz of Major League
Baseball, insisted that he
had tried to stop steroid use
back in the 1990's. In Selig's
defense, he did reduce gold
chain use, outlawed mullet
haircuts, and slowed the,
alarming spread of men
wearing fanny-packs.
Perhaps the new Yan-
kee stadium can be named
"Steroid Field," although I
am not sure how that name
will do with focus groups.
Nostalgia is not what
it used to be. I miss the
days of Babe Ruth and
Mickey Mantle, who broke
homerun records by lying
around drunk in bars until
midnight and employing
more hookers than Eliot
Congress wants to limit
the salaries of CEOs to'that
of the second string short-
stop of the Pittsburgh Pi-
rates, yet it does not seem
to want to intervene in a
sport it already controls by
granting an anti-trust ex-
emption in order to scale
back A-Rod's $25 million
per year salary Maybe we
should put the CEOs on ste-
roids and see if we can't get
business booming again.
One thing is for sure:
long ago Congress tested
positive for hypocrisy.

Ron Hart is a Southern
libertarian columnist who
writes a weekly column
about politics and life.
His E-mail: RevRonlO@


It doesn't add up

If you distrust any part
of the federal government
you might want to consider
one or more of the follow-
In the late summer of
2007, I had a non-criminal
run in with the federal gov-
ernment. So I contacted the
U.S. Attorney for Northern
Florida by name asking if
he wanted to know of some
possible problems..
After some 80 days nei-
ther he, or his staff, nor
office replied directly so
clearly he did not want to
know of problems.
So then I put together
some 25 pages of informa-
tion and in Oct. of 2007 sent
this to the Office of Profes-
sional Responsibility (OPR)
an organization that is sup-
posed to be on our side.
Now over 14 months
later no reply except for
the acknowledgement that

they received tl
In Feb. 2008
mation was sent
ing Democrat a
Republicans by
both the US.
U.S. House Judi
mittees. Now
later and no rep
Then the i
was sent to the
of the U.S. H(
sight and Refor
tee. Now nine m
and no reply.
Then I sent tJ
tion to the U.S
General MulcE
eight months lI
What do you

ACLU inju

Thank you
Booker Sente

he informa- "The ACLU gets injunc-
tion for religious activity"
, this infor- and the. internet addresses
tto the lead- for copies of the injunction.
nd leading Unfortunately the injunc-
' names of tion obfuscates the basis
Senate and for Judge Rodgers action.
iciary Com- It only indicates that John
11 months Rodgers and Frank Lay
ly pled guilty to some unspec-
information ified breach of the law.
* Chairman Since Congress can
house Over- make no law either estab-
m Commit- fishing a state religion or
months later prohibiting its free exer-
cise (the latter without any
S.e infttorma- constitutional restrictions),
S. Attorney and courts have no author-
atse andow ity to make law, it appears
the court has overstepped.
think? What is overlooked here
is the Constitution's pre-
W.O. JONES mier right- the right of self-
J a, Fl determination. Constitu-
Joy, tionally it is a right granted
through the vote. We vote
nation directly for our lawmaking
bodies, which in turn vote
for Jeni to establish laws within the
r's piece, Constitution (read article

VI). The purpose of voting
is to determine majority
wishes, which, in turn, de-
termine the direction of the
Since the court has
found a right for two stu-
dents not to be offended
by the religious activity of
the majority, Judge Rodg-
ers has imposed a tyranny
of the minority over the
majority. This cancels any
constitutional right of self-
determination. It is also
based on revisionist his-
If he has based his de-
cision on precedent and
turned precedent into law,
he does not have that right.
To have validity, precedent
must uphold the unaltered
Constitution and law as
written. Otherwise, Rodg-
ers has violated his oath of
office and the rule of law.

Milton, fla.

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Angel Food Ministries offers menu for month of March

Special to the Press Gazette

It's a Blessing! makes units of
food available to you through An-
gel Food Ministries on a monthly
basis. You may purchase as
many units as you want at only
$30 per unit.. Each unit that you
purchase allows you to buy spe-
cials for that month. Milton's
host site is First United Method-
ist Church, located at 6830 Ber-
ryhill Street.
Sign up dates are today,
March 4, and March 5, from 11
a.m. to 12:30 p.m. in the Church
office. Also, one can sign up to-
night (Wed., the 4th) from 5:30 to
6:30 p.m. in the Fellowship Hall.
Distribution Day is Saturday,
March 28th from 8 to 9:30 a.m.
ARegular Box ($30) contains
a balanced nutrition and variety
items with enough food to feed a
family of four for a week. Items
are: 1.5 lb. Ribeye Steaks (4 x 6
oz.), 3 lbs. Split Chicken Breast,

1.5 lb. Country Fried Steak Pat-
ties (6 x 4 oz.), 1 lb. Pkg. 80/20
Ground Beef, 1 lb. Fully Cooked
Meatballs, 1 lb. Mild Italian Sau-
sage, 12 oz. Deli Sliced Ham, 1
lb. California Blend Veggies, 1 lb.
Green Beans, 20 oz. Shoestring
Fries, 1 lb. Pasta, 28 oz. Marinara
Sauce, 21 oz. Condensed Soup, 1
lb. Pinto Beans, 32 oz. 2% Shelf
Stable Milk, 1 dz. Eggs, Dessert.
Senior/Convenience Box
($28)for seniors or people on the
go! Ten perfectly seasoned, nu-
tritionally balanced, fully-cooked
meals. Just heat and serve.
Each meal has been developed
to meet the dietary needs of se-
nior citizens in mind.
BBQ Pork Rib Patty W/ Sweet
potato casserole and green
Red Beans & Rice W/Smoked
sausage, cabbage and diced car-
Home-Style Meatloaf W/Zesty
tomato sauce, diced rutabagas &

lima beans.
Asian-Style Pork Fried Rice
W/Ginger Carrots and cabbage.
Peppered Beef Patty W/Load-
ed Potato and mixed greens.
Flame-Broiled Salisbury
Steak W/Brown gravy, Sour
cream & chive potatoes and
Chicken Sausage W/Seasoned
Baked Beans, Red skin potatoes,
peas and carrots.
Pot Roast & Gravy With Vege-
tables, diced potatoes, and green
Chicken & Bean Burrito W/
Cheesy Sauce, Mexicorn and
Char-Broiled Beef Meatballs
with Rice & gravy, peas & car-
rots and lima beans. .
10 2-pack individually
wrapped cookies.
All New! Allergen-Free Box
($25) Processed to elimifiate
the 8 top serious allergens: pea-
nuts, soybeans, milk, eggs, fish,

crustacea, tree nuts and gluten
(wheat, rye, & barley). Great for
children and adults.
1 lb. coated chicken tenders, 1
lb. coated breast filet, 1 lb. coat-
ed chicken nuggets, 1 lb. coated
chicken wings, 1 lb. coated cubed
steak (chicken fried steak)
One or More Specials Avail-
able Only with the Purchase of
Any of the above boxes.
March Special #1 ($22.) 7 lb.
Assorted Meat Box 2 lbs. New
York Strip Steaks (4 x 8 oz.), 2 lbs.
Thick-cut Pork Chops (4 x 8 oz.),
1.5 lb. Baby Back Ribs, 1.5 lb.
Bratwurst W/Cheese.
March Special #2 ($21.) 4.5
lb. Meat Combo 3 lbs. Sirloin
Strip Steaks (6 x 8 oz.), 1.5 lbs.
Bacon-Wrapped Chicken Fillet
(4 x 6 oz.).
March Special #3 ($22)
Mom's Easter Sunday Dinner
Box 2 lbs.. Mom's Favorite Reci-
pe Meatloaf (pure beef seasoned
with vegetables), 2 lbs. Choice

Cut Beef Roast, 2 lbs. Boneless
pork roast.
March Special #4 ($19.) -
Mom's Easter Sunday Dinner
Side Box 2 lbs. Heat & Serve
Corn, 2 lbs. Heat & Serve Green
Beans, 2 lbs. Heat & Serve
Mashed Potatoes, 1 Brown Gra-
vy Mix, 17 oz. Cornbread Stuff-
ing, 8 ct. dinner rolls, 1 dessert.
March Special #5 ($18.00)
Chicken Tenders Box
March Special #6 ($22.) -
Fresh Fruit & Veggie Box 3 lbs.
No. 1 Idaho Baking Potatoes, 3
lbs. No. 1 North Carolina Sweet
Potatoes, 1 head Florida Green
Cabbage, 1 lb. California Carrots
(cello-packed), 2 lbs. Yellow On-
ions, 2 pack Fresh Jumbo Garlic
(2 pack tube), 1 large sweet can-
taloupe, 3 lbs. tree-ripened Va-
lencia Oranges, 4 large Wa State
Granny Smith Apples, 3 lbs. WA
State Fuji Apples, 1 tree-ripened

Want to meet a
: missionary?
,Tonight is the fourth
night of a world missions
conference going on at
Faith Baptist Church. The
meeting begins at 7 p.m.
You will not be disappoint-
ed! Faith Baptist Church
is located on the corner
of Dogwood Drive (SR 89)
andi Hamilton Bridge Rd.
There will be a nursery
available for children age

3 and under, For more in-
formation, call the church
office at 623-8207.

Yard Sale & Fish Fry
The Pine Level Baptist
Church will be holding a
yard sale and fish fry this
coming Saturday, March 7
from 7 a.m. to 1 p.m. It is
sponsored by the Women
on a Mission and proceeds
raised will be used for lo-
cal missions. There will be
lots of household items and

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there will be something for
everyone. Fish platters will
be served from 11 a.m. to 2
p.m. and there is a $5 do-
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is welcome to come out to
3300 Pine Level Church
Road in Jay this Saturday

Free Vegetarian
Cooking Classes
Do you want to learn how
to cook and eat healthier?

Sabrina Kaestle Peterman,

Ever wonder what vegetar-
ians eat besides salad or
"rabbit food?" Come on out
to the Milton Seventh Day
Advehtist Church located
at 5288 Berryhill Rd in Mil-
ton March 9 & 10 (Monday
& Tuesday) at 6 p.m. There
will be cooking demonstra-
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Fabulous Fridays

Revival to be held at

True Grace Fellowship

Special to the Press Gazette
You are invited to
share in Fabulous Fri-
days Revival Services
with us during the month
of March. They are sched-
uled for March 6, 13, 20
and 27 at 7 p.m. As many
in attendance will tell
you there was such awe-
some services during the
month of February that it

was felt it would be pleas-
ing to the Lord to contin-
ue through the month of
The church desires
that the family of God
be strengthened and
brought closer together
by discovering, embrac-
ing and becoming what
pleases God. For more in-
formation concerning the
services, call the church
at 623-4795 or 623-9634.


Find breaking

news online at

Ask the Preacher

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

Dear Pastor Gallups," Sometime back you printed a list of the
Bible references regarding homosexuality. Would you please
print that list one more time? I know a lot of people who found
that very helpfid. JM. E. Milton
Dear J.M.., It would be my pleasure. I hope this helps you.
Below are the scriptures that I use and a brief description of their
content. You can find them and the quotation of the scriptures at
our website,
Genesis 13:13 God calls The MEN of Sodom wicked.
Genesis 18:20; 19:4-5 we discover that at least a part of that
"wickedness" was homosexuality. See also Jude 1:7
Leviticus 18:22, 24-30; 20:13 God's Law strictly and clearly
forbids HOMOSEXUALITY! The penalty for this activity is
Deuteronomy 22:5 the Lord forbids- homosexual "dressing"
and cross-dressing.
Judges 19:22 homosexuals are called "wicked".
Numbers 23:19 God says that he does not change His mind
about His law or Word.
Malachi 3:6- God says that he does not change His mind
about His law or Word.
Romans 1:26-28 -The whole topic of homosexuality is
addressed and its spiritual origins are exposed. Homosexuality is
called: "Sinful desires, shameful lusts, sexual impurity, degrading,
a lie, perversion"
I Timothy 1:8-11 "pervert" comes from Greek Word
(arsenokoitias) that means, Sodomite or Homosexual specifical-
ly "a man who has sex with another man".
Sexual Immnorality: is ANYTHING (including homosexuality,
of course) that is clearly against the nature and will of God
regarding our sexuality as defined by God's Word. From the
Scriptures above...Homosexuality is clearly in the category of
1"sexual immorality". The Bible has much to say about those who
"live" in sexual'immorality:
Hebrews 13:4 Sexual Immorality Condemned.
I Corinthians 6:9-10 -
Ephesians 5:3-7 -
Galatians 5:19-21 -
Revelation 22:14-15 -
Dear J.M., As you can see from this study Homosexuality is
a sin and it will take a person to hell. You cannot be a homosexu-
al AND a Christian and God calls it a "perversion". Please know
that God's word is also clear that one can come out of
Homosexuality and be born-again and serve Jesus with their life!
CQt Gallups is the Pastor of Hickory Hammock Baptist Church. in Milton. He has a Bachelor of
Science degree from Hlotida Slate University, and a Manster of Divinity from The New Orleans Baptist
ihcological Seminary. lie has been pastor of HHBC since 1987. He serves as an International Youth
Evangelist for tlihe Southern Baptist Convention preaching all over thie US. and Canada. For more infonna-
lion about HHBC, call 623-8959 or 626-8951, fix: 623-0197. If yon have any questions for Ask The
Preacher, send it to: Ask The lreacher, Hickory Hammock Baptist Church, 8351 Hickory Hanntock Road,
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Wednesday, March 4, 2009

Military BRIEFS

Airman Samuel Easterling

Private Jesse A. Lameda

Airman Matthew P. Morgan

Air Force Airman Sam-
uel D. Easterling has grad-
uated from basic military
training at Lackland Air
Force Base, San Antonio,
During the six weeks of
training, the airman stud-
ied the Air Force mission,
organization, core values,
and military customs and
courtesies; performed drill
and ceremony marches,
and received physical
training, rifle marksman-
ship, field training exer-
cises, and special training

Corps Cpl. Paul C. Maddox,
a 2006 graduate of Santa
Rosa High School, Pace,
Fla., recently was pro-

in human relations.
In addition, airmen who
complete basic training
earn credits toward an as-
sociate in applied science
degree relating through
the Community College of
the Air Force.
Easterling is the son
of Stacey Brown of Patri-
cia Ave., Milton, Fla., and
grandson of Gary East-
erling of Dogwood Drive,
Sheridan, Ark. ,
The airman is a 2008
graduate of Milton High

Cpl. Paul C. Maddox
moted to his current rank
while serving with Combat
Logistics Regiment 25,
Camp Lejeune, NC.
Maddox was promoted

Army Pvt. -Jesse A.
Lameda has graduated
from the Petroleum Supply
Specialist Advanced, Indi-
vidual Training course at
Fort Lee, Petersburg, Va.
The course is designed
to train students in re-
ceipt, storage, issue, ship-
ping, and distribution of
petroleum, oil and lubri,
cant products used by the
Army. Training included
instruction in petroleum
and water accounting, op-
erating equipment associ-
ated with fuels and water

distribution; and fueling
and defueling operations
and procedures on vehi-
cles, aircraft and station-
ary equipment.
Lameda is the son of
Henry A. and Martha M.
Lameda of Underhill Ave.,
Bronx, N.Y.
His wife, Molly, is the
daughter of Kenneth and
Kim Stubblefield of Ponitz
Parkway, Pace, Fla.
The private graduated
in the year 2000 from Choc-
tawhatchee High School,,
Fort Walton Beach, Fla.

Air Force Airman Mat-
thew P Morgan has grad-
uated from basic military
training at Lackland Air
Force Base, San Antonio,
During the six weeks
of training, the airman
studied the Air Force
mission, organization,
core values, and military
customs and courtesies;
performed drill and cer-
emony marches, and re-
ceived physical training,
rifle marksmanship, field
. training exercises, and

special training in human
In addition, airmen
who complete basic train-
ing earn credits toward
an associate in applied
science degree relating
through the Community
College of the Air Force.
He is the son of Dan-
iel and Judith Morgan of
Hamilton Bridge Road,
Milton, Fla.
The airman is a 2004
graduate of Kenwood
High School, Clarksville,

Seaman Recruit Mark C. Lynes

based on sustained supe-
rior job performance and
proficiency in his desig-
nated specialty. Congratu-

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Santa Rosa County
Florida Small Cities Community Development Block Grant Program
Housing and Economic Recovery Act of 2008
Title III of Division B of that Act (Public Law 110-289)
Emergency Rule No. 9BER09-1

Public Hearing Notice

Santa Rosa County is an eligible applicant for NSP funding in the amount
of $2,365,403 under the Florida Small Cities Community Development
Block Grant Program administered by the Department of Community
Affairs for eligible uses specified in the Housing and Economic Recovery
Act. A public meeting is scheduled to afford citizens the opportunity to pro-
vide input and recommendations regarding how the funds will be utilized
for the redevelopment of abandoned and foreclosed homes and residential
properties. Meeting information:
Wednesday, March 11, 2009
10:30 AM 12 Noon
Santa Rosa County Public Services Building
6051 Old Bagdad Highway
Media Room
Milton, FL 32571
Santa Rosa County's application must meet the intent of the federal
regulation and comply with the State's special requirements. All cities
within the county are included in the allocation. Neighborhood
Stabilization funds must be used to address abandoned and foreclosed
properties in areas of greatest need. Homeownership and rental activities
must meet the national objective of providing benefit to low, moderate and
middle income persons (maximum 120% of area median income). No less
than $703,188 must assist NSP Low-Income (NSPLI) target population not
exceeding 50% of area median income to provide rental housing.
Program Eligible Uses:
a. Establish financing mechanisms for purchase and redevelopment of
foreclosed upon homes and residential properties.
b. Purchase and rehabilitate homes and residential properties that
have been abandoned or foreclosed upon, in order to sell, rent or
redevelop such homes and properties.
c. Establish land banks for homes that have been foreclosed upon.
d. Demolish blighted structures.
e. Redevelop demolished or vacant properties
If you have any questions about this process or about this meeting,
please contact Janice Boone at (850) 981-7075 or
Santa Rosa County adheres to the Americans with Disabilities Act and will
make reasonable modifications for access to this meeting upon request.
Please call Santa Rosa County Planning, Zoning and Development
Division at (850) 981-7075 to make a request. For Hearing-Impaired, 1-
800-955-8770 (Voice). Requests must be received at least 48 hours in
advance of the meeting in order to provide the requested service.

(FHTNC)-Navy Sea-
man Recruit Mark C. Lynes,
a 2007 graduate of Pace High
School, Pace, Fla., recently
completed U.S. Navy basic
training at Recruit Training
Command, Great Lakes, IL.
During the eight-week
program, Lynes completed
a variety of training, which
included classroom study
and practical instruction on

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naval customs, first aid, fire-
fighting, water safety and
survival, and shipboard and
aircraft safety. An emphasis
was also placed on physical
The capstone event of
boot camp is "Battle Sta-
tions." This exercise gives
recruits the skills and confi-
dence they need to succeed
in the fleet. "Battle Stations"

is designed to galvanize the
basic warrior attributes of
sacrifice, dedication, team-
work and endurance in each
recruit through the practi-
cal application of basic Navy
skills and the core values
of Honor, Courage : and
Commitment. Its distinctly
"Navy" flavor was designed
to take into account what it
means to be a Sailor.

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Blackwater Saddle
Club: The Blackwater
Saddle Club will hold
their monthly speed
show on. March 14 at
the East Milton Rec-
reation Park. Sign-ups
begin at 10 a.m. and
the show will get un-
derway at 11 a.m. The
show will consist of five
different events in six
Different age groups.
The public is invited to
attend, but you must
have your own horse to
run. For more informa-
tion visit

PARA Baseball
Registration: Pace
Area Recreation As-
sociation is accepting
registration for play-
ers ages 15 and 16 as
of April 30. Registra-
tions will take place on
Tuesday's and Thurs-
day's from 6 p.m. to 7
p.m. starting Feb. 24.
Players will be com-
peting at other parks
in, the area. For more
information you can
go to www.parayouths-

The Pensacola Light-
ning Football team is
holding tryouts for the
upcoming.2009 season.
Tryouts will be'held at
Brent Ball Park, on the
corner' of "W" St and'
Michigan Ave. Regis-.
tratioh will begin 'at'
11:30 am, tryouts start
at Noon on the follow-'
ing dates: March 7 and
March 14. New play-.
ers are required to-
bring a valid I.D. and
pay a $40 registration
fee. Its 'time to GET
STRUCK in2 009! The
Lightning, a semi-pro-
fessional football team
in the North American
FootballLeague, werb
Division 1 Southern
Regional Champs in
2007 and 2Q08. The-
Lightning dominated
in past seasons as. they
have held many oppo-
nents' scoreless. The
Lightning are known
to have one of the most
dangerous offenses
in theleague making
for exciting games in
their home stadiufn of
Pensacola High School
located in Pensacola,
K. FL..

The Pensacola Light-
ning Football team is,
currently seeking lo-
cal businesses and
individuals to sponsor
or provide a service.
To be apart of the 2009
Pensacola Lightning
Football team season,
please contact owners
Bruce and' Sue Hall at
712-1389 for sponsor-
ship package informa-

Coaches needed:
East Milton Youth As-
sociation is in need of
volunteers to coach
soccer, baseball, and
softball. If you are in-
terested in coaching
please call 449-8606.

Scholarships: Hap-
py Hoofer Horse Camp
is offering scholarships
for their spring break
and summer horse
camps. To be consid-
eired, applicants must
submit a, hand-writ-
ten essay about what
horses mean to them
and why they want
to learn more about
horses. Essays must
be received by March
10 to be considered
.for the spring break
camp and by May 15
to be. considered for.
the summer sessions.

To learn more about
the requirements
and how to submit,
please visit www.hap-
com. There will be one
spring break and five
summer scholarships

Strokes For Hope
at The Moors: The
Milton Relay For
Life organizers have
scheduled its first
annual "Strokes For
Hope" Golf Tour-
nament for Friday,
March 6 at The Moors
Golf Course. The. en-
try fee includes green
fees, cart, range balls,
beverages, food tents
on the course and golf
shirt. Individual entry
fee is $95.00/Team Fee
$380.00. Prizes will be
awarded to Men's and
Women's Teams. Pro-
ceeds from this golf
tournament will be
donated to the Ameri-
can Cancer Society's
Milton Relay For Life.
For more information
on the 4-man scram-
ble, 12. pm shotgun
start, contact Shannon
Davis at msfiupcola@ or 748-6120.

Youth Wresting:
The Milton youth
wrestling season has
kicked off and the Mil-
ton Panther Takedown
Club Youth Wrestling
Program for ages. six
and up with former
Olympic .Coach Rob
Hermann every Thurs-
day at Hobbs Middle
School gym from. 7-
8:30 p.m. cost is, $35.

Futbol Club of San-
ta Rosa Soccer Regis-
tration: Registration
is currently on going
for the spring recre-
ational soccer season.
on the Futbol Club of.
Santa Rosa website,
,The registration pe-
riod will run through
March 13th. The regis-
tration fees are: U6-$65
and U8 and above-$75,
onsite registration will
be available Mondays
and Thursdays from
5:30-7:OOPM. For fur-
ther information, con-
tact FCSRSOCCER@ Informa-.
tion on the recreation-
al and select soccer
programs is available
on the club website,.

Jay Pro Rodeo:
The Seventh Annual
Jay Pro Rodeo will,
be April 24 and 25 at
8 p.m. in the Ted. May
Arena in Jay, Fla.
Sign-ups are to be an-
nounced very soon for'
this event which helps
local group in the Jay_
area including the Re-
lay For Life fundraiser.
For more information,.
contact Frederick Bar-
row at 675-1646.

Charity Golf Tour-,
ney: A Charity Golf
Tourney to benefit
Habitat f6r Humanity
will be held May 15 at
Tiger Point Golf Club.
For more information
on the tournament call
477-0388 or 477-0381.
You can also e-mail
for more information
or registration forms.

More activi-
ties can be found at
comrn. Look for the box
called 'Things to Do'.
There you can check
on activities by Kip
code or activity. And
you are also more than
welcome to enter your
events there as well.

3:40 AM CST Moonset
6:08 AM CST Sunrise
6:10 AM CST Low tide -
0.67 Feet
2:25 PM CST Moonrise
5:51 PM CST Sunset
8:10 PM CST High tide
1.39 Feet

Sunday, March 8,
5:23 AM CDT Moonset
7:06 AM CDT Sunrise
7:45 AM CDT Low tide
-0.50 Feet
4:34 PM CDT Moonrise
6:52 PM CDT Sunset
10:17 PM CDT High tide
1.21 Feet

'Fish and Wildlife REPORT


This report represents
some events the North-
west Region of the FWC
handled from Feb. 20 to
Feb. 26; however, it does
not include all actions tak-
en by the Division of Law


Lieutenant Brian
Lambert and Officer
Fred Rondeau were on
patrol in Escambia Riv-
er Wildlife Management
Area when they checked
an individual possess-
ing a loaded .223 caliber
rifle in his vehicle. The
rifle was not encased and
was readily available on
the front seat. Officer
Rondeau cited the indi-
vidual for possessing an
uncased gun in a wildlife
management area during
a closed season.
Lieutenant Brian
Lambert and Officer Fred
Rondeau observed a ves-
sel returning to Sandy
Landing boat ramp on
the Escambia River. The
occupants of the vessel
were shining a light on
the surrounding banks
looking for deer. When
the vessel approached
the. ramp, Lieutenant
Lambert and Officer
Roadeau approached
and -discovered a loaded
black powder firearm ly-
ing on the bottom of the
boat. Both individuals
admitted they were look-
ing for deer as they re-
turned to the ramp. Both
individuals were charged
with attempting to take
deer with a gun and light.
The gun and light were


Officer Van Barrow or-
ganized a detail on Eglin
Air Force Base target-
ing hunting in closed
areas. Lieutenants Den-
nis Welsh and Mark Hol-
linhead and Officers Pete
Rockwell, Ken White, and
Steve Bartlett worked the
detail. Officer Barrow
located a vehicle parked
along Range Road 507
which borders a closed
area. A subject later ex-
ited the closed area and
quiickly tried to leave in
his vehicle before be-
ing stopped by Officer

Barrow. K-9 Officer Sarah
Hahner and K-9 Sadie re-
sponded and tracked the
subject approximately a
half mile into the closed
area Where he had been
hunting. The subject had
knowledge the area was
closed and was charged
with hunting in a closed
Officers Danny Arnette
and Van Barrow checked
a subject dressed in cam-
ouflage and exiting pri-
vate land. The subject
was.not in possession of a
firearm and stated he had
not been hunting. Offi-
cers Arnette and Barrow
later located an air rifle
with a night vision scope
attached concealed in a
tree stand. An interview
with the subject later
revealed he concealed
a shotgun in the woods
where he was hunting.
The subject admitted the
air rifle belonged to anoth-
er individual with whom
he had been hunting. Of-
ficer Barrow located and
seized the shotgun which
was still loaded with
buckshot. The subject
was charged with hunting
deer with a modern fire-'
arm during muzzleloader,
season. The air rifle was
seized for further investi-


Officer Matt Webb par-
ticipated in the annual
Florida Sportsman Sh'ow
at Fort Walton Beach. Offi-
cer Webb staffed the FWC
display with non-sworn
FW C employees answer-
ing questions from the
hundreds of attending par-


Officer David Erdman
recently received favor-
able dispositions regard-
ing five individuals who
were cited recently for
taking undersized fish.
The subjects had unlaw-
fully taken undersized
red drum, sheepshead,
black drum and man-
grove snapper. All five
were fined $1,248 each
and placed on six months
Officer David Erdman
received another favor-
able disposition recently

on a separate case in-
volving possession of
undersized red drum,
marijuana and drug par-
aphernalia. This defen-
dant was fined $1,066 or
faced 45 days in jail if the
fine was not paid by April
11, 2009.
Officer Joe Chambers
located a stand in the
Point Washington Wild-
life Management Area
that was baited with
corn and a commercial
deer attractant. While
conducting surveillance,
Officer Chambers ob-
served a subject exiting
the area and determined
the hunter was hunting
an adjacent stand that
was also baited. A cita-
tionfor hunting over bait
in a wildlife management
area and no hunter or-
ange was issued.
Officers Dennis Palm-
er and Mark Clements
located a hole in the
fence at a game farm
in northern Bay County
and found evidence that
an Axis deer had been
killed and dragged from
the property. A couple
of days later information
was received indicating
the deer's head was at
the residence of a subject
who had been cited on
two separate occasions
this hunting season for
killing a doe out of sea-
son and night hunting.
Lieutenant Jay Chesser,
Officer Mark Clements,
and Bay County Sheriff's
Office investigators re-
sponded and obtained a
confession that led to the
recovery of the deer head
and meat. Three subjects
have been charged with
numerous felony counts
ranging from trespass by
projectile to grand theft.
Officer Joe Chambers
checked a fisher who had
the distinct odor of can-
nabis about him. When
this was pointed out, .the
fisher produced a baggie
of cannabis and a citation
was issued.
Lieutenant Jay Chess-
er and Officer Mike No-
bles checked a subject
in a jon boat whose hull
identification numbers
had been removed and its
registration didn't match
the vessel. The vessel,
its outboard engine and
boat trailer were seized
and an investigation into
possible theft/title fraud
violations was initiated.


Pensacola Bay
Thursday, March 5,
1:55 AM CST Moonset'
4:28 AM CST Low tide -
0.69 Feet
6:10 AM CST Sunrise
12:06 PM CST Moonrise
5:44 PM CST High tide
1.47 Feet
5:50 PM CST Sunset

Friday, March 6,
2:51 AM CST Moonset
5:25 AM CST Low tide -
0.73 Feet
6:09 AM CST Sunrise
1:14 PM CST Moonrise
5:51 PM CST Sunset
6:59 PM CST High tide
1.47 Feet

East Bay
Thursday, March 5,
1:54 AM CST Moonset
5:46 AM CST Low tide -
0.82 Feet
6:09 AM CST Sunrise
12:04 PM CST Moonrise
5:49 PM CST Sunset.
6:29 PM CST High tide
1.76 Feet

Friday, March 6,
2:50 AM CST Moonset
6:08 AM CST Sunrise
6:41 AM CST Low tide -
0.88 Feet
1:13 PM CST Moonrise
5:50 PM CST Sunset
7:44 PM CST High tide
1.77 Feet

Blackwater River
Thursday, March 5,
1:55 AM CST Moonset
6:09 AM CST Sunrise
6:16 AM CST Low tide -
0.82 Feet
12:04 PM CST Moonrise
5:49 PM CST Sunset
7:25 PM CST High tide
1.76 Feet

Friday, March 6,
2:51 AM CST Moonset
6:08 AM CST Sunrise
7:11 AM CST Low tide -
0.88 Feet
1:13 PM CST Moonrise
5:50 PM CST Sunset
8:40 PM CST High tide
1.77 Feet

Navarre Beach
Thursday, March 5,
1:54 AM CST Moonset
2:02 AM CST Low tide -
0.65 Feet
6:08 AM CST Sunrise
12:04 PM CST Moonrise
3:00 PM CST High tide
1.37 Feet
5:49 PM CST Sunset

Friday, March 6,
2:50 AM CST Moonset
2:59 AM CST Low tide -
0.66 Feet
6:07 AM CST Sunrise
1:13 PM CST Moonrise
4:27 PM CST High tide
1.33 Feet
5:49 PM CST Sunset

Saturday, March 7,
3:39 AM CST Moonset
3:54 AM CST Low tide -
0.57 Feet
6:06 AM CST Sunrise
2:23 PM CST Moonrise
5:50 PM CST Sunset
5:58 PM CST High tide
1.24 Feet

Sunday, March 8,
5:21 AM CDT Moonset
5:43 AM CDT Low tide
-0.40 Feet
7:05 AM CDT Sunrise
4:32 PM CDT Moonrise
6:51 PM CDT Sunset
. 8:29 PM CDT High tide
1.09 Feet

3:39 AM CST Moonset
6:06 AM CST Sunrise
7:28 AM CST Low tide -
0.81 Feet
2:23 PM CST Moonrise
5:50 PM CST Sunset
8:53 PM CST High tide
1.67 Feet

Sunday, March 8,
5:22 AM CDT Moonset
7:05 AM CDT Sunrise
9:03 AM CDT Low tide
-0.60 Feet
4:32 PM CDT Moonrise
6:51 PM CDT Sunset
11:00 PM CDT High tide
1.45 Feet

3:40 AM CST Moonset
6:07 AM CST Sunrise '
7:58 AM CST Low tide -
0.81 Feet
2:23 PM CST Moonrise
5:51 PM CST Sunset
9:49 PM CST High tide
1.67 Feet

Sunday, March 8,
5:22 AM CDT Moonset
7:06 AM CDT Sunrise
9:33 AM CDT Low tide
-0.60 Feet
4:33 PM CDT Moonrise
6:51 PM CDT Sunset
11:56 PM CDT High tide
1.45 Feet


Officers Dennis Palmer
and Mike Nobles taught
the law section and assist-
ed with the range portion
of the Hunter Education


Lieutenants Charlie
Wood and Scott Pearce
and Officers Percy
Cook, Steven Cook, Tra-
vis Huckeba, Don Walker,
Chasen Yarborough, John
Allen, and Chris Jones
and Reserve Officer Pat
Mahoney 'conducted an
oyster detail in Apalachic-
ola Bay. The detail cen-
tered on untagged bags of
oysters, size tolerance for
oysters, license require-
ments, vessel hull iden-
tification numbers and
vessel safety equipment.
The officers boarded 42
vessels and inspected
114 harvesters. Four
resource citations were
issued for license vio-
lations and possession
of untagged bags .of
oysters. Four uniform
boating citations were
issued for hull identifica-
tion number violations,
expired vessel registra-
tion and insufficient ves-
sel safety equipment.
Twenty-four written
warnings were issued for
violations pertaining to
vessel safety equipment
and vessel registration is-


Lieutenant Harry
Parker and Officer Hank
Forehand responded to a
complaint of night hunt-
ing from a landowner in
central Gadsden- County.
The landowner heard a
shot near his residence
around 10:00 p.m. He
observed a small pickup
truck and retrieved the
tag number. Lieutenant
Parker and Officer Fore-
hand located the owner of
the vehicle in Gretna. Af-
ter interviewing the indi-
vidual, Lieutenant Parker
and Officer Forehand
confiscated a 30-30 rifle
and one doe deer. The
individual was cited for
taking deer at night with
a gun and light and taking.
wildlife from the right-of-

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Milton takes district softball lead

Milton's Caleigh Drinkard guns out a
Gulf Breeze base runner from short.
The Lady Panthers took first place in
the District 1-4A standings with a 3-0
win Thursday over the Lady Dolphins.

Milton High School had a big week on
the softball diamond at Kay White Field.
The Lady Panthers defeated Jay 5-1 at
home on Friday as they capitalized on six
Lady Royal errors.
'Milton went up 2-0 in the bottom of
the first inning and never looked back as
it built a 5-0 lead before Jay could get on
the scoreboard in the top of the seventh
Alyssa Larson improved to 3-1 on the
year as she scattered five hits and struck
out seven.
On the opposite of the coin, Joy Gandy
(.1-2) surrendered seven hits over six in-
nings with one strike out for Jay (1-2). Tif-
fany Boisvert went 2-for-4 with a double
while Larson and Shawna Vickers both
went 1-for-3. Larson scored two" runs and
drove in one, while Vickers had a double.
But the big game for Milton came on
Thursday when they took the top spot in
the District 1-4A standings with a 3-0 win
over Gulf Breeze.
It was a pitchers' duel until the bottom
of the sixth inning when the Lady Pan-

others put together a couple of hits and got
to Lady Dolphins starter Kara Brown for
three runs.
Katie Worley kept Gulf Breeze in check
as she pitched a one-hitter while striking
out nine over seven innings.
At the plate, the hot stick belonged to
senior catcher Kaitlyn Melendez, who
went 3-for-3 with two doubles and an RBI.
Vickers, Caleigh Drinkard and Jade
Horning each got a hit.
At Pace, the Lady Patriots (4-2) evened
their record in District 1-5A play at 2-2
with a big 9-1 win over Choctaw.
Hannah Cutright scattered three hits
and struck out 10 while the Lady Patriots
pounded out 11 hits and took advantage of
six Lady Indians errors. -
Freshman Victoria East continues
to punish pitchers as she went 4-for-4 at
the plate with a solo home run and three
East hit her solo shot in the sixth in-
ning to make the game 9-1.
Shelby Brooks went 2-for-4 at the plate
while Carmen Ward, Bailey Dowdle, Mi-
chelle Phelps, Michelle Hummel and Ka-'.
tie Smith each had one hit.
Ward drove in two runs, while Dowdle .

and Phelps each had one RBI.
On Thursday, Pace held on to defeat
Fort Walton Beach 3-2 at home.
Pace led 3-0 going into the top of the
seventh inning, when the Lady Vikings
scored two runs but could not tie the game
as the Lady Patriots held on for their first
district win of the season.
Michelle Phelps went six and one-third
for the win as she allowed one hit and
struck out five while allowing two earned
Cutright came in to get the final two
outs for the save, with one walk and one
Melea Clark and Hummel both went
2-for-3 at the plate for Pace while East,
Smith, and Kelli Stephens each had one
On Thursday, Jay made a huge sixth-
inning comeback to defeat Northview 2-1.
Down 1-0 in the bottom of sixth inning,
Joy Gandy secured the win with a double
down the left field line to score Misty
Doran and Amber Steadham.
Doran went 2-for-3 at the plate while
Steadham went 1-for-3.
Gandy worked two innings on the
mound, striking out one for the win.

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Former Pace girls' basketball standout Erica Wright is making a big impact as
a sophomore at Spring Hill College, where she is averaging over 22 minutes a

Pace grad the Wright fit


Boo is two and out at Accenture

From staff reports
Boo Weekley could not make a dra-
matic charge for the second consecutive
day at the Accenture Match Play Cham-
pionships in Marana, Ariz.
Weekley, who won his first-round
match in dramatic fashion 1-up over
Justin Rose, struggled in his second
match of the tournament against Sean
The Milton grad eventually fell 2-and-

1, but it was a wild affair after Weekley
lost the first two holes.
Undaunted by a round that included,
four bogeys, one double bggey and two
birdies, Weekley found himself 1-up after
10 holes.
The match was even after Weekley
doubles at No. 11.
From that point, it was nip and tuck.
Weekley is expected to play in this
week's Honda Classic from Palm Beach

County teams swing hot bats

The Jay Royals scored one run in the
bottom of the first inning, and that was
all Steven Braham would need as Jay
downed Central 10-0.
Jay (1-0) would make it 5-0 after two
inning and kept rolling right along as
Brabham worked five innings and al-
lowed only three hits.
While the Royals pounded out eight
hits, they also capitalized on four Central
Nick Simpson worked the final inning
in relief and issued two walks.
Sawyer Gandy led the Royals at the
plate, going 2-for-4 with three RBIs, while
Hunter Boutwell went 1-for-1 with a pair
of runs batted in. Beasley went 2-for-3 for
the Jaguars, while Nordstrom pitched six
innings in the loss.
In Pensacola, the Pace Patriots capi-
talized on a Pine Forest error to win 1-0
on the road. C.T. Bradford doubled in the
third inning for the Patriots and was lifted
for Mark Bass a courtesy runner.
Bass would move his way around the
base path to score the gamds only run.
C.T. Bradford would strike out 11 while

scattering three hits in the win. Kris Desi-
to accounted for the Patriots third hit.
On Thursday, Pace defeated Escam-
bia High 6-0 as they pounded out seven
Bradford would go 2-for-4 at the plate
with a triple and an RBI, while Logan
Fiasco went 2-for-3 on the night with an
'Fiasco would scdre one run, while
Bradford would score two as the Patriots
got off to a quick start.
Pace would take an early 2-0 lead on
the Gators and would extend that lead to
3-0 off Gator starter Kenneth Sharpe.
iach Potter went five innings for the
win scattering three hits and striking out
At Milton, Paul Baggett got his first
win as a Panther striking out 13 in a 1-0
win over Washington.
The Panthers (4-1, 1-0 in District 1-4A)
scored 'their only run of the game when
Brandon Allen crossed the plate in the
second inning after getting on base with
a double.
Tyler Johnson had the big bat for the
Panthers going 2-for-2 at the plate.
Baggett, who is now 1-1 on the season,
walked four while scattering two hits.

some of the Pace
home games late
this season, there
has been a very
large purple contin-
gent along the froit
No, it wasn't the
purple people eat-
ers; it was members
of the Spring Hill
College women's
team, led by former
Pace girls standout
Erica Wright com-
ing to watch little
brother Justin play
his senior year.
It goes to show
how much she loves
basketball and fam-
But Wright's love,
for basketball is evi-
dent when she dons
the royal purple of
Spring Hill to play
for the Badgers.
As a sophomore,
Wright' is averag-
ing over 22 minutes
a game and was
second on the team
with 45 assists head-
ing into the team's
final game of the
season last weekend
at the University of
For Wright, it has
been a little different
playing for the Badger compared to her
days at Pace.
"It is fun here at college," she said.
"But the game is more aggressive and a
lot quicker than you would expect.
"The transition itself to college was
not as hard as I thought, but the game is
much different."
Wright, who was the focus of the Pace
offense later on in her high school ca-

reer, said she is very
comfortable with her
role at Spring Hill as
she is averaging just
under five points a
"I have become
a better shooter
since high school,"
she said. "But here,
I don't need to be a
scorer. They look for
me to be more of a
As far as the
scoring weapons
for the Badgers,
the ball goes to two
former district foes
for Wright: Keisha
Forbes and Rashon-
da Belton, who
played at Fort Wal-
ton Beach High.
"It is very nice to
have them as team-
mates instead of hav-
ing to play against
them," Wright said.
"I really like having
them on the team
with me."
If there is one
thing Wright is hav-
ing to learn at times,
it is patience, which
at times can be hard
for her personal-
ity when it comes to
playing basketball.
"When you get
to college, you have
to realize everyone
here Was the best
on their team and
that you are not the
star anymore," Wright said. "But you also
have to learn to wait your turn as you are
the new person.
"But at the same time, you have to put
the work in to earn your spot and the con-
fidence of your coaches and teammates."'
Wright looks to be poised to make a
move to help the Badgers in the future as
they will be losing five players to gradu-

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Delayed entry Air Force recruits get

On Friday at 5 p.m., local delayed entry recruits met at the United States Air Force
recruiting office'in Pace for an exercise in what to expect at basic training. These re-
cruits have their recruiter, Sgt. Forehand, to thank for the preparatory
* exercise. .
, "We are going to try to do this again in six months. It,
is a great opportunity for these kids to see what kind
of environment they are going to be in when they,
ship out to boot camp. It will be of great ben-
efit to these recruits to be prepared men-
tally for what they are in store for," says
The delayed entry recruits, who
range from high school students to
college,graduates, reported to an'
area behind the pace recruiting
office and, over the next hour
and a half, got a small'taste of
boot camp life.
Senior Master Sgt. Grant
Dugre led the recruits in a
very realistic session that
-he says is only a small
part of what will -really
"This is just a short
bit of what these recruits
should expect to happen
when they arrive at boot
camp. We are going to try
to mimic what is going
to happen when they get
off the bus and into their
squadrons. They will defi- r.
nitely have to do push-ups
if they forget their reporting
statement," says Dugre. Baa
Lackland Air Force Base,
located in the western area of
San Antonio, Texas, is the even-
tual destination for these recruits.
Lackland is the sole location for U. S.
Air Force enlisted Basic Military Train-
ing (BMT) for the Active Duty Air Force, '
Air Force Reserve and Air National Guard.
BMT is organized into 8 basic training
squadrons, each with their own training site on
the base. Each squadron is equipped with either a
dining facility or a medical clinic. Some BMT squadrons
share dining facilities if they are located close enough together
and the same is true for medical clinics. Each squadron also has a spe-
cific exercise area where basic trainees conduct physical readiness training (PRT).
Those who enlist under the Delayed Entry Program (DEP), delay joining the active
duty ranks by as short as two weeks, but no longer than one year. Once recruits make
the commitment and take the oath, they are considered to be members of the Air Force
inactive Reserve.
On the date for departure to Basic Military Training, recruits will report to the Mili-
tary Entrance Processing Station for processing to enter Air Force active duty.
Lillie Morrison, 18 of Pace, is a senior at Pace High School. She isn't sure of her
departure date, but she says she is excited about, serving her country.

"My ultimate goal is to be a nurse with the Air Force, but I have to go through hotel
management training first. I am not sure when I am leaving, but I am just ready," she
says as she smiles.
Jonathon Farill, 20, is a 2007 graduate of Pace High. He left Monday, March 2, to re-
port for basic training. He and his sister, who left for boot camp in February, were the
100th and 101st recruits signed at the Pace recruiting office.
"I went to PJC for a year after high school. I am ready to go. I
have been in the program [DEP] since September and my job
is going to be in Space Systems Operations," he says.
Morgan McGrew, 20, is 2007 Navarre High School
graduate and a former fitness model who says she
r. .tried to join the Marines and was laughed at.
"They teased me about being a model in
Miami. I am so thankful for Sgt. Forehand's
respect. He took me seriously and didn't
laugh at me. I was a fitness model, so I
am not worried at all about the physi-
cal challefiges ahead of me. What I
worry. about is the psychological
test I will face. But I am not afraid
of it, well, I am afraid to be called
'pretty girl,'" she laughs. "I am
Sso.excited. I can't wait to leave,"
says McGrew.
McGrew, has a tentative re-
porting date of May 19. She says
she primarily joined the Air
Force for the job, the benefits,
and the opportunity to continue
her education. McGrew will be
working in Air Force personnel
and administration after basic
training an4 tech school.
aeUWF and Milton High gradu-
ate Felicia Rich, 21, says she is
joining for the opportunity to fur-
ther her education.
gree in archaeology. I graduated
from UWF in December as an anthro-
pology major trained as an archaeol-
ogy student. I am going in dual-tracked,
which means that I will enter as enlisted in
May or June and then after I graduate basic,
I will work my way up to becoming an officer. It
looks like my job is going to be, hopefully, an air
battle manager," says Rich.
Forehand says that Rich is an officer training school
Michael Lachenmyer, 19 of Navarre, is a 2008 graduate of
Santa Rosa High School. He isn't sure at this time exactly what his
reporting date is.
"I don't really know when I am leaving, but I am looking forward to going to school
and training. I am looking forward to my new career as some kind of aircraft mechanic.
Even though I am excited, I have to admit that I am a little scared to go overseas," says
Local recruits who participated include: Tyler Brad, Kyle Templeton, Ben Motes,
Ken Bailey, Michael Lachenmyer, Lillie Morrison, Morgan McGrew, Margeaux McEl-
roy, Felicia Rich, Ryan McGee, Brad Singleton, Jody Timbans, Will Campbell, Kyle
Olmsted, Steven Cannon, Ryan Baker, Cody Stetler, Brian Singleton, Jon Farill, and
Antonio Rodriguez.

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Children's Mardi

Gras Celebration
At left, Peggi Smith of the Blackwater Heritage
Trail leads participants in theoChildren's Mardi
Gras Walk that was held on Saturday, Feb. 21
at the Blackwater Heritage Trail. At right, Lauren
Sutton of the Panhandle Community Theatre
reads books to the children who participated in
the Children's Mardi Gras Walk. The walk start-
ed at the parking lot of City Hall and ended at
the Heritage Trail building located in front of the
Milton Public Library. The women in these two
photos were misidentified in a previous edition of'
the Press Gazette so we are running the correct-
ed photos again. Thanks for your understanding.
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Bone Marrow Drive
There will be .a bone
marrow drive on Saturday,
March 14th from 10 a.m. to
2 p.m. at the West Milton
Church of Christ, located
in the Bower Building,
5300 Highway 90 West, in
Pace (850/994-6088). There
is a $25.00 processing fee
per person. Locally, you
may contact .Carolyn at
Are you eligible to join
the Registry? Alleyou need
is to be eligible is -Be be-
tween the ages of 18 and
60; -Be willing to donate
to any patient in need; -
meet health guide-lines.
The following condi-
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from joining the Registry:
HIV, or at risk for HIV Hep-
atitis, or at risk for hepati-
tis, most heart diseases,
most cancers, chronic
lung disease, Autoimmune
'disorders such as lupus,
rheumatoid arthritis and
multiple sclerosis, Dia-
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diabetes-related health is-
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Arcadia Mill Open
House is Saturday
West Florida Historic
Preservation, Inc. is happy
to announce that the Ar-
cadia Mill Archaeological
Site, located in Milton Flor-
ida, will be hosting its an-
nual open house, event on
Saturday March 7th, 2009
from 10:00 a.m. until 4:00
p.m. The public is invited
to attend this free event
showcasing the history
and archaeology of Arca-
dia Mill's significant past
as well as the culture of
Northwest Florida. Guided
tours of the site and edu-
catiohal activities for both
adults and children will
bp provided by the Arca-
dia Mill Staff throughout
the day. In addition, visi-
tors will be able to see a
number of local heritage
crafters, artists, living his-
torians, re-enactors, and
musicians demonstrat-
ing their crafts and skills.

The event is free and open
to the public and is part
of West Florida Historic
Preservation, Inc. and the
University of West Flori-
da's celebration of Florida
Archaeology Month. For
more information, please
call 626-3084.

Santa Rosa Bay Bridge
Authority, to meet
The following dates are
the meeting dates for the
Year 2009. Each meeting is
held in Conference Room
C at the FDOT Milton Op-
erations Center, located at
6025 Old Bagdad Highway
in Milton. For more infor-
mation, call 850/981-2718.
January 21, 2009; July
22, 2009; February 25,2009;
August 26, 2009; March 25,
2009; September 23, 2009;
April 22, 2009; October 28,
2009; May 27, 2009; Novem-
ber 18, 2009; June 24, 2009;
December 16, 2009(can-

Clinic to Offer South-
end Adopt-A-Thon
The Santa Rosa County
Animal Shelter, in part-
nership with St. Francis
Vet Center, will hold an
adopt-a-thon on Satur-
day, March 7 from 9 a.m.
to 2 p.m. Approximately
15 cats and dogs from the
shelter will be available
for adoption at the veteri-
nary clinic located at 1856
Cotton Bay Lane, next to
Navarre What-A-Burger.
The adoption fee will be
$10 for unaltered cats, $15
for altered cats, $15 for un-
altered dogs, and $20 for'
altered dogs. Adopters will
be able to pre-pay for spay
and neuter services at re-
duced fees. Attendees who
wish to adopt a new pet
and currently have pets at
home should bring proof of
rabies vaccination for each
The event, organized
by Dr. Natalie Dyson, the
staff of St. Francis and the
county shelter, will offer
residents in the south of
Santa Rosa an opportunity
to add a new pet to their
family without traveling
to the county's shelter lo-
cated in Milton. St. Francis
will also offer micro-chip-
ping at a reduced cost of
$25, which includes the

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registration of the animal
and flea baths with a Cap-
star treatment for $10.
For more information
contact St. Francis Vet
Center at 936-4446.

SRC Democrats
Monthly Yard Sale
The Santa Rosa County
Democrats Monthly Yard
Sale will be held on Sat-
urday, March 7 from 8 to 2
p.m. at 5746 Stewart Street,
Milton. Items for sale will
include toys, stuffed ani-
mals, books, kitchen items,
glassware, tools, and many
miscellaneous items. In
addition, there will be fur-
niture and garden equip-
ment for sale.

SRC Democrats to
hold a Pot-Luck
Santa Rosa County
bDemocrats will hold a
Milton area Pot-Luck Din-
ner Meeting at Demo-
cratic Headquarters, 5746
Stewart Street, Milton, on
Tuesday, March 10. The
dinner will begin at 6:00 P
M. and the program at 7:00
p.m. Members of the pub-
lic are invited to attend.
The guest speaker will be
'Richard Lewis, providing
information on park de-
velopment in the Bagdad
area. There will be an op-
portunity for questions,
and there will be door
prizes. Additional Santa
Rosa Democrat meetings
are scheduled for March
17 in the Navarre area and
March 17 or 24 in the Gulf
Breeze area, with more in-
formation to be provided
at a later date.
For information about
the March 10 meeting in
Milton, please contact
Harold Webb, 623-8040 or

VA Update
President Obama
signed the American Re-
covery and Reinvestment
Act of 2009 this month
which provides a one-time
payment from the U S Trea-
sury of $250 to individuals
receiving, Supplemental
Security Income or adults
receiving Social Security
benefits, VA compensa-
tion and pension benefits
and Railroad Retirement
benefits. An individual will

be paid only one payment
under this law regardless
whether the individual is
eligible for more than one
The $250 payment is
anticipated to be issued in
June 2009, with no action
necessary on the part of
the eligible recipient. The
payment will be issued
separately and won't be in-
cluded in the regular com-
pensation or pension pay-
ments and will be made in
the same manner as the
current VA benefit, either
direct deposit or mail.

Surf &Turf Night
The Military Order of
the Cooties, Post 4833, will
sponsor a "Surf and Turf"
Night on March 7 from 5-7
or NY strip steak; Catfish;
Baked potatoes or French
fries; baked beans or corn
on the cob arid tossed salad
or Cole slaw. Please come
on down, bring the fam-
ily and enjoy the homey
atmosphere. If you need
directions, call the Post at
623-4833. We are always
looking for new members.
Feel free to come and see
what we are all about.

Students volunteer
in Florida
Wartburg College of
Waverly, Iowa, is sending
a group of students and a
staff member to Pensacola
during their winter break.
They will be serving on be-
half of the United Cerebral
Palsy of Northwest Flor-
ida, Inc. They will meet
and interact with school
children, perform mainte-
nance work on UCPNNF
locations, visit transition
employment center and
conclude by spending a
day at the Greater Good
Music, Art and Children's
Renee Volves, assistant
director of alumni par-
ent programs is the trip's
advisor. This year marks
the 16th anniversary of
Wartburg service trips.
Warttburg is a four-year,
selective arts college of
the Evangelical Lutheran
Church in America and is
a nationally recognized for
community engagement

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Santa Rosa's Press Gazette I B3

Disco Diva's Relay for Life event a success

Special to the Press Gazette
They did it again ... an-
other successful fundraiser!
The "Disco Divas" a relay
for life team thatwas started
by Paul and Rachel McLeod
and made up of friends and
family work hard all year to
raise money for the Ameri-
can Cancer Society. Rachel
is a 3-1/2 year colon cancer
survivor and the captain of
the team. In February, the'
Disco Divas held their first
golf tournament at Tangle-
wood Golf and Country
Club. The tournament was a
huge success and hit home
for many of the players that
have either ;gone through
the battle or lost loved
ones due to cancer. Cancer
touches so many of our lives
and our goal is to keep fight-
ing the fight and stay active
in our community to raise
awareness. and money to
hopefully one day end this
horrible disease. Thanks to
all of you that came out to
join us in the fight. Also, we
would like to give a special
thanks:to JJ at Tanglewood
Golf & Country Club for his
assistance before, during
and after the event. Disco
Divas & Dudes Rock!

Locklin Technical Center has built a two bedroom, one bath Katrina House
which will be offered for sale through a sealed bid process. This building is
located at Locklin Technical Center, 5330 Berryhill Road, Milton, FL 32570
and may be viewed and inspected at the dates and address listed below.
Please contact the Locklin Technical Administration Offices at (850) 983 -
5700 for permission to enter the campus.
Dates: Inspection Dates & Time
February 23, 2009 thru March 6, 2009
Hours: 8:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.
Location: Locklin Technical Center 5300 Berryhill Road, Milton, FL 32570

Go to Website:
Download RFB 09-06 Katrina House
Copies of the bid may also be picked up at
Locklin Technical Center Administrative Office

Honoring Claudia Kennedy Brackins
March 1, 2009
A tribute of honor \\as held at the Historic Famnil Brake Cemeter in the
Spinighill Communiti onl March I. 20C0 Claudia Kennedi Biackins \\as remem-
bered for her one year internment on March 1,2008. Hei son Fi tz Gale Brackms
stands beside her nmeminoial. Minister Jim McComnbs. suad a special prayer. MNlic\
Yarbrough, wife of minister Don Yarbrough, gaie Fritz a book of memories and a
beautiful poem Her service was decorated w ith purple orchids, hei favorite.
I attended the tubute held at the Ilmogene Theatie for Hank Locklin and
when I shook his hand and told hnim that I was lthe son of Abram and Claudia
Biackins he pulled ine into his arrms and paid a gracious and elegant tribute to me
about both of them. He said. "When \ou get sad about them being gone o0u
al\a\s visualize them dancing on the dance floor together 1 lo\ed both of them
We \were like fanil\ A special thanks to Hank Locklin tor remembcelig im. par-
ents' Io\e for the air ot dance. The\ \"on 5 dance contests and nm, mother \\on 3
beauty contest The county\ legend Hank Locklin participated in the funeral of m\
tathei. Abixmi Brackins in \167
God is mi purpose for remaining alive aftei she is gone I niiss her so
\enr much Nl, heart will always be broken. NI\ mother hlas been immoiialized
eternally as Holl\%\ood Royalti for her style and grace. She alas a title
Southern LadN.
Lo\e ou s01on,
Fritz Gale Brackins


P-qdriv- Morck'A. 2009

Top left, PJ McLeod
and Rachel
McLeod. Top right,
Dr. Paul McLeod,
Jon Kilcrease, PJ
McLeod and Allan
Hatcher. Below left,
Murry R'utledge,
Dean Cordova,
Jeremiah Rogers,
and Kelly Gillis.
Below right,
Theresa Kilcrease,
Rachel McLeod,
and Courtney
Cordova. Bot-
tom left, Donnie
Connor, Jimbo
Delezen, Marshall
Hayes and Brian
Norton. Bottom
right,' Dr. Paul
McLeod and Paul
McLeod, Jr. (PJ).

B4 I Santa Rosa's Press Gazette

Business Review

Wednesday, March 4, 2009

Merle Norman Cosmetics Studio in Pace makes the grade


Do you know how to spell
a beautiful face? MERLE
NORMAN!, of course!
While there's no ques-
tion about that observation,
Brenda Lewis at Merle
Norman Cosmetic. Stu-
dios in Pace has taken the
assertion a step further:
"Merle Norman is another
word for a beautiful you!"
As a beauty advisor and
a true believer in Merle
Norman products and ser-
vices, Brenda says there's
no substitute for Merle
Norman- skin care and
color products because
they appeal to such a wide
range of complexions and
skin types and are manu-
factured from the highest
quality ingredients.
But at the same time
Brenda says a beauti-
ful face, while undeniably
important, is just part of
a beautiful person, and
for that reason she has
surrounded herself with
other professionals who
can do the entire job. Top
notch make up artists and
hairdressers are some of
those people who see that
the real you is dressed out
"First you have to have
a product that people be-
lieve in," Brenda explained
in assessing the Merle Nor-
man Cosmetics Studio that
she now enjoys oversee-
ing from day to day. "Then.
there's a personal commit-
ment. You have to be in-
tensely involved in this type
of a service facility, and in
the end you have to have a
satisfied customer."
Fortunately, Brenda is
making the grade!'
The story behind the
scenes is that Brenda Lew-
is and her husband Michael
are simply helping to make
the Panhandle a more
beautiful place through the
top quality skin care and
makeup products and the

OBIE CRAIN I Press Gazette
Brenda Lewis, who with her husband 'Michael owns Merle Norman Cosmetics Studio in Pace, loves what she
does, and it shows! Some of her most enchanting moments are interacting with her customers. She loves to tell
her customers that "Once you begin using Merle Norman cosmetics, you won't believe there's any other kind!"

excellent customer ser-
vice they offer as well as
their professional exper-
tise and specialized beauty
All these special fea-
tures are found at their
Merle Norman Cosmetics
Studio located in Nettle-
wood Plaza, 4430 Highway
90, Suite D in Pace.
Brenda and Michael
(who also owns a home re-
pair and remodeling busi-
ness) opened their first
Studio several years ago
but closed it in favor of the
Pace location.
As a sufferer of sclero-
derma (an autoimmune
disease of the connective
tissue), Brenda knows
first hand the challenges
of good skin care. She has

been using Merle Norman
for over 15 years and want-
ed to share her results and
knowledge,with others.
The Merle Norman
Cosmetics story, itself, is
a delightfully interesting
one. From its inception as
a hobby ot Ms. Merle Nor-
man who was. born in the
late 1800s, the business
has had a personality all
its own. Merle, herself,
was a very attractive lady
favored with a chemis-
try background. She first
made her products on a
wood stove, in a coffee
pot, stirring with a broom
handle! '
Her products were de-
veloped with tender love
and care, through trial and
error, ever looking for not

only what would make a
lady look better, but what
would glorify her skin as
well. She continuously pro-
diced a variety of cosmet-
ics, giving them away to all
her friends and neighbors
until her husband decided
they simply couldn't afford
to go that route anymore.
So she began charging
for the supplies, but slfe con-
tinued her individualized
cosmetic treatments. "Off
your feet and on your seat"
became the Merle Norman
philosophy as women were
invited to relax for their
make-overs. In promoting
her make-over lessons she
asked others to evaluate
her products and discover
what benefits would be de-
rived from them. .

The rest of the Merle
Norman team includes
makeup artist Abby
Rumph and makeup art-
ists Risa Hawkins and
Shannon Board. Brenda
and her team offer a vari-
ety of services including
makeup artistry for bridal
parties (in-studio and on
location), proms,' and all
special occasions when
you would like that great
They also offer many
skin care and cosmetic
items including a mini
glycolic acid peel, which
leaves skin smooth and
healthy and ready for the
latest makeup colors of
the season. Other beauty
must-haves are ginseng
based serum to stimulate

and nourish the skin, an
advanced moisturizer spe-
cially designed to minimize
expression lines, and a tint-
ed moisturizer loaded with
sun protection.
The spring line is "pret-
ty charming!" The Purely
Mineral Eye Pencil is "...
purely eye-mazing!" and
Brenda says you can charm
your way into spring with
forget-me-not violets and
petal-sweet pinks with the
spring line that's "...berry
In addition to the top
quality skin care and cos-
metics and personalized
customer service, custom-
ers will also discover the
elegant line of Emily Ray
Jewelry and the semiper-
manent eyelash extensions.
Brenda and her husband
Michael who own the busi-.
ness together, are religious
and ethical individuals and
strive for a business with
principles as well as great
products and services and
responsible customer ser-
vice. They enjoy a deep
sense of integrity and spiri-
tual values in every aspect
of their lives, both public
and private.
The studio- is open to
serve you Monday through
Friday from 10 a.m. to 5:30
p.m. and on Saturday from
10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Of course
you can consult the studio
about any .other appoint-
ment if necessary. The tele-
phone number is (850) 995-
6001, and Brenda invites,
"Give us a call and see how
beautiful you can be!"
And after all is said and
done, Brenda urges her
Merle Norman customers
and potential patrons to
forget the pressures and
distractions of department
store cosmetic counters,
because in a Merle Nor-
man studio, beauty is their
only department!
But as a reminder, be
careful. Once you begin
using- Merle Norman cos-
metics, you won't believe
there's any other kind!

Let your children go wild at zoo camp


Fla. (Mar. 2, 2009) Let
your children go wild at
ZOOCamp during Spring
Break and Go Green for
St. Patrick's Day at The
ZOO Northwest Florida.
The following is a list of
events and promotions
happening in March:
Spring Break
The annual spring
break ZOOCamp kicks
off March 23rd through
March 27th for Santa
Rosa County and April
6th through April 10th for
Escambia and Okaloosa
County. For kids ages
6-11, this week-long pro-
gram offers daily trdin
rides through The ZOO's
30-acre wildlife preserve,
as well as science experi-
ments and educational

Special Midnight showing
of "Watchmen" on
Thursday, March 5
Tickets are now available
Slumdog Millionaire (R)
1:05 3:55 6:55 9:20
Madea Goes to Jail (PG13)
1:15 4:15 7:00 9:25
Fired Up (PG13)
1:40 4:20 7:05 9:15
Friday the 13th (R)
1:45 4:30 7:15 9:30
Confessions of a Shopaholic
(PG) 1:30 4:10 6:50 9:15
He's Just Not That Into
You (PG13)
1:20 4:00 6:45 9:20
*Push (PG13)
7:05 9:25
*Coraline (PG)
1:00 3:05 5:05
Taken (PGI3)
1:10 3:10 5:10 7:10 9:30

Watchmen (R)
12:50 2:00 4:10 5:20 7:30_

seminars throughout the
week-long camp.
ZOOCamp runs from
9 a.m. to. 3 p.m., Monday
through Friday. -Daily"
snacks, lunches and a
camper t-shirt is included
in the registration fee,
which is $200 for ZOO
Friends .members and
$225 for non-members.
ZOO Tots
Mar. 3, 10, 17, 24 and 31;
9:30 a.m.
This wveekly program
is geared toward children
under the age of five and
includes a train ride, story
time and animal encoun-
ters. Punch cards are-
available for $40 and are
good for eight ZOO Tots
visits (adult and toddler).
A full card is redeemable
for a free feedbag. One-
time program cost for an
adult and toddler is $7.
Day Camp
Mar. 14 and 28; 9 a.m.-3
Children 6-11 can at-
tend this camp-like, edu-
cational ZOO experience.

Participants will enjoy
snacks and lunch, a train
ride, a variety of games/
activities and an up-close
look at the animals of
The ZOO. Cost is $45 for
non-members and $40 for
-members. Pre-registra-
tion is required.
St. Patrick's Day,
March 21; 11 a.m-3 p.m.
Join The ZOO of North-
west Florida on March
21st to listen to the Mc-
Guire's Bag Pipe Band.
The event features face
painting, arts and crafts,
a bouncy house and ani-
mal encounters. General
admission prices apply
with no additional charge
for the activities associ-
ated with this event.
March 16 & 21; 9:30
a.m-11:30 p.m.
Spend the morning
with a photographer and
ZOO Guide learning tips
and techniques for captur-
ing amazing photographs.
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camera types. Afterward,
participants will go on a
one hour special-access
tour to try out their new
skills. Classes include full
day ZOO. admission, 30-
45 minutes of classroom
instruction, a 60 minute
special-access tour and
30 minute wrap-up to dis-
cuss and share. Sponsor
Ritz Camera will provide
each attendee with $20 in
couporns. Cost is $25 for
ZOO members, $30 in ad-
vance and $35 same day
for non-members. Space
is limited so please reg-
ister in advance at www. or
call the ZOO at (850) 932-
Volunteer Days
March 7 & 21; 9 a.m.-
Adults, pre-teens and
teenagers 11-17 years old
are invited to work on su-
pervised projects such as
weeding, planting, raking,
exhibit preparation and

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Sheriff home after arrest;

chief deputy on leave

Florida Freedom Newspapers

pended Okaloosa County
Sheriff Charlie Morris
was back home Saturday
evening after he was ar-
rested Friday in Las Ve-
gas on multiple federal
Morris said he could
fiot comment on the
case, but added that his
attorneys would issue a
statement soon.
Meanwhile, Chief
Deputy Mike Coup was
placed on paid leave Sat-
urday But interim Sheriff
Ed Spooner said Coup's
leave wasn't imposed for
"We're trying to put
things in a holding pat-
tern, analyze what we
have and where we are"
in the investigation,
Spooner said. "I don't
want to infer any guilt or
Spooner described
Coup as "very coopera-
tive, very up-front, very
easy to get along with" at
the time of the decision.
Coup,' who is sec-
ond in command at the
Sheriff's Office, was in
Orlando on Friday when
Morris was arrested on
, charges of fraud, theft
and money laundering

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in an alleged payout and
kickback scheme that
federal investigators say
began in August 2008
and continued until re-
Morris' criminal com-
plaint charges he "has
withdrawn tens of thou-
sands of dollars in OCSO
public funding for his
personal discretionary
spending" by "repeated-
bonuses to certain OCSO
employees and then re-
quiring that those indi-
viduals return ... all or a
specified portion of those
funds in cash."
Morris' finance direc-
tor Terry Adams also
was arrested Friday for
assisting him. ,
With Morris' suspen-
sion, Gov. Charlie Crist
appointed Spooner, a
state lawman, to take his
place, as part of standard
practice.. Spooner was in
Tallahassee on Saturday
but planned to return to
Okaloosa on Monday to
resume his duties.
In other cases, Morris
said he needed the mon-
ey for charities, such as
giving toys to 'children
whose homes were bur-
glarized or organizations
such as the National
Association for the Ad-
vancement of Colored
People, the FBI said.

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Wednesday, March 4, 2009


Santa Rosa's Press Gazette I B5

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S : .. After Bid Date And,
S Fuither, Provided That LOST
AThe Contractor Submit Friendly, long hair Sia-
A Bona Fide Bid. mese cat. Lost in Can-
Bids shall be submitted tonment, FL 587-2867
on the form supplied.
by the Architect. Each REWARD OFFERED
1100 Legal Advertising bid must be accompa- Lost 2 French Bulldog
1110 Classified Notics nied by a Bid Bond in puppies. 7 months old.
1120-AnnounlceNents. the amount of 5% of 15 lbs. each. 1 male
1125- Carpools & the base bid as guar- white w/black spots
Rideshare antee that the success- and 1 female black
1130 Adoptions ful bidder will enter into brindle with white stripe
1140- Happy Ads a written contract with between eyes. Last
1150- Personals the Owner and furnish seen 2/25 @ 8 p.m. off
1160 Lost a 100% "Performance 9 Mile at Hillview Rd.'
1170- Found Bond" and a 100% near Dodge's Chicken.
"Labor and Material Call 850-393-9250
Payment Bond" satis-
factory to the Owner.
A mandatory pre bid
meeting will be held
on March 9. 2009 from
Legal 3/298 3:00 pm to 5:00 pm at | '1170
the front lobby of the FOUND
INVITATION TO BID school. The purpose Blac ct in Gulf
Sealed Bids Will Be Re- of this meeting is to Black cat in Gulf
ceived From allow all bidders ac- Breeze. (850) 982-3916
Pre-qualified Contrac- cess to the site In or-
tors y The Santa Rosa der that they may fa- .
County School Board, miliarize themselves ..
At The Office Of The with existing condi-
Assistant Superintend- tions that relate to -
ent For Administrative project and the addi-
Services, 6544 Fire- tion of the new fire
house Road, Upstairs sprinkler system.
Conference Room the Owner Reserves
(Maintenance Build- the Right to Waive In-
ing)(850)983-5123, Mil- formalities in Bidding ANI
ton, Florida, Until 2:00 and Reject Any and All
PM, Local Time, TUES- BidS. 2100 -Pets
DAY, March 17, 2009, By Tim Wyrosdick, Su- 2110- Pets: Free to
At Which Time And perintendent of Good Home
Place All Bids Will Be Schools 2120- PetSupplies
Place AllBidsWil2130 Farm Animals/
Publicly Opened And 030409Supplies
Read Aloud, For The 0302140 Pets/Livestock
Construction' Of 030709 Wanted
"HOLLEY-NAVARRE IN- 031409 2150- Pet Memorials
The School Board Of
Santa Rosa County,
Florida. 1120
Any Bids Received Af- INJURED? TOLD NO
tet Closing Will Be Re- CASE? Personal Inju- eed e-
turned Unopened. ry/Wrongful Death Less St. Au N
All contractors for edu- then 2 years, police re- St g A ugust
national facilities are port/medical documen- Farmi D)irct
hereby notified that to station. AAA Attorney )Ce Deliver
be eligible to bid on Referral Service, Inc 434-0066
school projects they (800)733-5342

.German Shepard
Female, Puppy, AKC.
IHealth Certificate and
first shots included.
Ready now I ( 850)

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

Divorce 149, Wills 30
Name Change $49
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USDA Food Program.
Ask Deborah 623-8130.

additional clients.
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of experience!
References available
upon request
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*Dirt & Rock Sales
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Cell 850-698-4920
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hauling, mpwing,
bushhogging, dirt work.
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Tree & stump removal,
debris removal & storm
cleanup, bush hogging
& discing, backhoe
work, demolition &
hauling.,516-1801 or
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water, irrigation,
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sprinkler systems, all
fences, lot clearing.
Lic. & Ins. 698-9744

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GE Upright freezer. Ex- 100% All new Queen
cellent condition. $250 Plllowtop set. New,
cash only. 748-9218 Warranty. Can deliver.
$165 850-471-0330
A Brand New Full Mat-
tress w/box In plastic.
[ 3150 Warranty. $125,.Can
METAL ROOFING. 40yr Deliver, 850-471-0330
Warranty-Buy direct Brand name Pillowtop
from manufacturer set, King, In plastic, w/
30/colors in stock, wall warranty. Delivery avail.
accessories. Quick turn $209. 850 471-0330.
around. Delivery avail-
able. Gulf Coast Sup- Sofa bed $85,
ply & Mfg, Showtime Rotisserie
(888)393-0335 $150, Desk $50, Din-
www.GulfCoastSupply.c Ing table $70, 27" TV
om $50. (850)626-4973
Leave message.
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$3.89/SF. Commercial
30 Year Warranty. -
Church Family LiWfe a No rri
Centers. Garages, 5011 Wlard Norris
W a r house s, Rd.Fri &Sat7a.m.
Mini-Storage, Factory Avon products, petite &
Erection. Field Service misses clothes, size 5
From Our Represent- &6B shoes, Williams-
ative (800)720-6857. burg queen comforter
set, misc. items too nu-
merous to list
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hi 6216 Hamilton Bridge
Good For 'Fri, 2/27 & 3/6.
Good For Side-by-side fridg,
furn., collectibles,
Tomorrow washer, portable AC
(in box), dog crates,
RECYCLE florist
Rain or Shine Inside
Sale. 6438 Maddox Rd.
O AVI Sat. 7 a.m. until. Lots of
1 1 v sewin items and misc.
Everything low priced.

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Mar. 7 & 8
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5 to 10 acres
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Milton, FL.
Exp. preferred; will
train. Submit resumes
to: resumes:humanreso .
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Youth Care
Mental Health
Entry level position
w/ training. Monitors
troubled youth in a
juvenile residential fa-
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Youth Services. Ap-
ply in person at 1015
Mar Walt Dr, Ft. Wal-
ton Bch. or Okaloosa
Youth Academy,
4455 Straight Line,
Rd, Crestview or Mil-
ton Girl's Juvenile
Residential Facility,
5770 E. Milton Rd.,
Milton. Bring valid
driver's license & so-
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Web ID #278349161

Milton Company now
hiring for phone, sales.
Hourly rate plus com-
mission. Excellent op-
portunity. Non-smoking
environment. 698-5951
Earn up to $150.00 a
day. Under cover shop-
pers needed to judge
retail and dining estab-
lishments, Experience
not required., please
call 1-877-679-6772


Resident Resort Host
Over 18? Between High at Outdoor Resort.
School and College? Lodging in exchange
Travel and Have Fun for security and host
w/Young Successful duties. Possible part
Business Group. No time housekeeping,
Experience Necessary. food service or repair
2wks Paid Training. and maintenance. Fax
Lodging, Transporta- resume to 850 626
tion Provided. 3124 or mail to
(877)646-5050. Attn
Resort Manager.
Exchange Coordinators
Wanted EF Foundation q vlt*
seeks energetic and 4130
motivated representa-
tives to help find Post Office Now Hiring!
homes; for int'l ex- Avg Pay $20/hr or
change students. Corn- $57K/yr Including Fed-
mission / travel bene- eral Benefits and OT.
fits. Must be 25+. Placed by adSource
(877)216-1293. not affiliated w/USPS
who hires. Call
Driver- Join PTL today (866)713-4492.
Company drivers earn Post Office Now Hiringl
up to 38 cpm. 1/2cpm Avg Pay $20/hr or
increase every 60K mi- $57K/yr Including Fed-
les. Average 2,800 eral Benefits and OT..
miles/week. CDL-A re- Placed by adSource
q u i r e d not affiliated w/USPS Call who hires. Call
(877)740-6262. (866)713-4492.

HVAC Tech Trainingl
Tech earns $40K/yr. No
Exp. Needed. EPA &
OSHA Certified 3.5wks.
Local Job Placement
and Financing availa- ,
ble. (877)994-9904

EARN Extra Income 5100 Business
Mailing Brochures. Opportunities
Weekly pay check 5110-Money toLend
Free 24 hour informa-
tion. (877)220-4470.

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tial$$$ Helping the gov- onlinel Earn as you
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Essential Harvest (Daily'Greens)
Morning Bird, Avitech, Vetafarm
Mon, Tues, Thurs, Fri & Sat-9-4
Closed Sunday & Wednesday
5186 HwY 90
PACE, FL 32571
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'6100 Business/
6110 Apartments
6120- Beach Rentals
6130 Condo/Townhouse
6140 House Rentals
6150 Roommate Wanted
6160 Rooms for Rent
6170 Mobile Home/Lot
6180 Out-of-Town Rentals
619Q Timeshare Rentals
6200 Vacation Rentals

Commercial building
for rent. Located on
Stewart .Street. 5 offices
with reception area and
receiving room. Will
consider renting unit as
a whole or individual
offices. Rent based on
space that you need.
Recently renovated. In-
ternet accessible.
office spaces) availa-
ble. All recently reno-
Excellent location, near
Santa Rosa Medical
Center. Various office
sizes. Offices from
$295 and up. Utilities
included. Second
months rent FREE.

1 Bedroom unfurnished
apartment. Great for
seniors. $375 month
plus deposit. 623-8875
(if no answer, please
call 983-3471)
2 bedrooms, 1 bath in
nice area. No pets.
$500 month, $400 dep.

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

1/BR furnished parti-
tial util paid No dogs.
Has lauhdryroom, in
ground swimming
pool, in walking dis-
tance to stores,
restaurants, etc. $600
(1/2 off with coupon)
plus $350 deposit
Emerald Sands

Milton 2BR/1 Bath Brick
2 plex all c/t flooring,
stove, fridge, D/W,
fenced yard, patio Idry
rm non-smoking unit
$565/mo 850-626-2928

Emerald Sands
2/BR 1/BA, Walking
distance to milton
No Dogs $550 ( 1/2
off with coupon) plus
$350 deposit

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Phone: 850-994-4458
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Mil32tonb 4 bedrooms, 2 baths. Milton Milton
OffAvalon Blvd. Totally remodeled. Large Room, Includes MOBILE HOMES FOR
2/BR 1/BA, cathedral New heat ump. Great utit' RENT Between $300
ceilings, Lge kitchen, neighborhood. $900 share kitchen, near & $400 a month.
laundry room. No month. Available 3/1 Kings Middle School. 983-7259, 368-7506
SDogs $600 (1/2 off 623-9553 $80- $90 per week, _______
5Dogs $600 (1/2 offwh plus deposit: 982-3176
with coupon) plus Milton
$350 dep 712-9968 5712 Sunflower, Milton NEAR WALMART Quiet park. Large 3
3/2 brick house on an Furnished room for bedrooms, 2 bath.
acre. CH&A. Screened rent. Cable, TV,' $595 plus dep.
Milton in porch, dishwasher. king-Esize bed. $400 Non-smoking environ-
Off Avalon Blvd. Total electric. Nice month with small de- ment. No pets. HUD
2/BR 2BA wilh lan neighborhood. No posit, 994-0046 OK 626-1552
/drBroom /A wUP laun"s pets.' 626-0006 Rent ------
dryroom. Up stairsi850, no w9 p t y.
with .balcony. Water $850, Dep. $850. a Milton-Quiet Park-New
included. No dogs. two bedrooms, two
$650 (1/2 off with 3Br 2Bae Foreclosurel 6170 bath-$545 plus deposit.
coupon) plus $350 $11,0001 Only 6440 Butternut Drive. Non-smoking
deposit. 712-9968 $199/Mo 5% down 15 Udated2/2w/CH&A environment, no pets.
--I6years @ 8% apr. Buy, na iron- HUD OK 626-1552
4 .Br $259/Mo for list- Non-smoking envi c gatD OK626-1552
NEW AND MODERN ins (800)366-9783 Ext No pets. $450
Duplex. 2/2, 1 car gar- 5798. month. 572-2477 Old Bagdad Highway
SW / Aad Bl vd. $ $ 2 bedroom, 1 bath,
age. 14Whti-2/1onAvalonBlvd. 4X 60. $450 month
Field) $585 month, E. Milton 626-8973 "944-3'156 or 393-9758
o $585 c. dep. Call Quiet, country home. o tr
Don CumbeRealty 3/2 large porches 2/2 total electric
626-8959 or 377-6787 $695. month $695. dep East Gate Mobile Pea Ridge Area
No pets. 207-3994 / Home Ranch. 626-8973 2/1 Mobile Home in
$Pace tra- H/AWD h p R l 2 & 3 bd- park, water & garbage
Pace 564-0323 3/2, total electric pfark, water & garbage
All utilities furnished. EWe stheci te urnished. $450/rent
2 b/ 1/2ba. Split level .. East Gate Mole $250/dep. Total Elec-
Washer/dryer hook- Mitonh Home Ranch. 626-8973 trick, no pets. Bay Crest
*ups. 994-8155 ork 3/2withf Florida room. 4/2, 1,600 sq. ft. DW Reaty
M3adows inMito Fenced in yard, stor- 4/2, 1 ,6 garbage 7t. D Homes
324-3826 age bldg., workshop on 1/4 acre lot w/ 3.994-7918
WATE -screened in pool and 2 sheds. 25 X 40 deck. O H
WATERFRONTb I e fr large carports. Well, for $850 month, $600 dep. Springhill
Garcon Point. 1/1 -fur- yard $550 dep., $900 396-5034 1 Furnished 2004
nished. All utilities incl. t 712-9968 3/BR 1/BA w/ W/D
$750 / $550 Refs. ______________ Buddy Hardy Rd. 8 mi-
(850)572-6352 2 br, 1ba MH les from Whiting Field
t-- 3/BRviM l 2/BANIto 3992 McCutchan back gate, adjacent to
Appliances & heat $425 mo + $400 Dep Blackwater forest. No
pump. CH&A Great 1- Pa pets, non- smoking en-
lpumpcation. Fenced o- 1 br brick bachelor vironment. $550mo
SS14$00m0 catonFencedr/ pad. Secluded. $535 $300dep. References
S $800/mth $500/deposlt. me $500 dep. needed. 623-8920
*3/2 Home 623-9553 3649 Scogglns Street
5145 Trenton Dr. Blumac Realty
in Pace $850, Milton 981-1631 .. j -
*4/2 Home 6027 3BD/1BA ___"_____
Meursalt Rd. In Milton $450mo/$450dep Can- Jay/Milton/Pace
$1200. tral H/A, W/D hook-up, Rentals 2 & 3 bed-
*3/1 Home 4641 Geri new windows, rooms. $400-$650 per
St. In Milton $800. 6731 West Walker month.Sectlon 8/Hud
*3/2 Home 6710 Ce- Street (904)272-5757 accepted. Call
dar Ridge Cir. in Mil-, 994-5703
ton $950. Pace REAL .ESATE FOR SALE,
*3/2 Home,5476 Oak House for rent' Milton (Bruce Lane) TT "F .AL
Meadows in Milton 3 bed, 1.5 bath. Total Includes water, garbage 7100-Homes
$1150. electric. $750 month and lawn service. 7105- Open Houses
"4/3 Mobile Home $300 dep. Baycrest Re- 2/2 for $450 month. 7110- Beach Home/
9573 S Trace Rd. in alty 994-7918 2/2 for $350/month oPr-Cperty
East Milton $900. ----- Call 698-4582 7120 Condmmercia/Townhouse
"3/2 Mobile- Home 7140- CndFarm s & Ranches
6447 Stanley Cir. in Pace Milton 7140 Farms & Ranches
Milton $650. 3/2 brickhpuse in quite 2BR/1BA 7150 Lots and Acreage
*2/1 Home 6737 Ven- neighborhood. large. $475. month + 7170 waterrontmes
tura Blvd in Mi lot, single car garage. Dep.and Ref. Water 7180 -investment
$400. Bd in 4025 Overlook Circle, and garbage furnished. Property
Santa Rosa Realty $700 month /$700 dep, Section 8 7190- Out-ofl-Town
623-0077 ($200 pot) 698-8337 accepted. (850) Real Estate
Leave message 499-7412 7200 -'Timeshare


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71207190 8110
NC Mountain Land 5+
Milton acres w/10ft waterfall, CASH PAID
Professional office in estab comm, great for junk cars
buildings. Near Santa views, lots of options, or trucks.
Rosa Medical Center. only $99,500, owner Running or not.
Approximately 2000 sq. (866)789-8535. Call 983-9527
ft.. All recently reno- or 723-5048
vated 6 nffi.ces 3 bath-

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Waterfront. Florida Land Bargain of
2 story, 4 br, 2V2 ba, the Centuryl 2 acre wa-
2150sf home on large terfront homesite only
natural lot. 9' ceilings, $69,900. (appraised at
separate living & dining $169,900). Private,
rooms, eat-in kitchen, gated community with
Lg. whirlpool tub and 2 recreational lakes.
separate shower in Municipal water &
master bath. Beautiful, sewer. Low taxes. Just
quiet waterfront neigh- 90 minutes Orlandol
borhood. Priced to sell Excellent financing.
at the reduced price of Call now
$246,350. Call 850 (866)352-2249, x 2184.
685-8048 leave msg.

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Cathedral Ceiling in Great Room
Custom Cabinets with Raiged Bar
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SInsulated Windows & Exterior Doors
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Marble Vanity Tops
Quiet & Efficient Electric Heat Pump
'* Plywood Roof Decking
Stemwall Slab Foundation
Sf10 year Limited Warranty

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Sa ft Price

Bellehaven 1040
Chadwick 1149
Stratford 1257
Norwood 1341
Mayfair 1418
Hampton 1525
York 1622


Sq ft Price
Lexington 1812 '90,400
Pinebrook 1833 '102,200
Townsen 1691 193,100
Fleetwood 1949 196,800
Executive 2215 *112,900
Regency 2495 1136,900
2&3 BDR Duplex's available

1 7100Ug_ 1
3/2-Built-in BBQ, whirl-
pool bath, white stone
fireplace. Many extras.
3 miles out on Munson
Hwy. Behind 2 lakes,
Make offer. 626-8973

SFt. Walton
602 Mooney
Beautiful brick 3 br, 2

acre corner lot. Built
in' 1994, kitchen re-
cently updated with
stainless steel appli-
ances, corner FP
w/all brick hearth,
vaulted ceilings, fresh
paint, security sys-
tem, updated elec-
tronic irrigation, large
screened porch un-
der roof, chain link
back yard perfect for
pets. $299,000. Call
850 226-6754

$40,000 You Pay
Closing. 3/2. Amos St.
Serious Inquiries Only.
(850) 516-0113


rooms, large reception
area and waiting room.
Handicapped accessi-
ble. Lots of parking.
Owner finance with low
money down.

Allentown 5 acres im-
proved land. Paved
road, dead-end. Par-
tially fenced. Horses
OK, $60,000. Call (850)

PRICE 12 acres just
$99,900. Best neigh-
borhood in Tallahassee
area Rare spacious
country living close to
everything Great for
kids w/horse privileges.
Best Price EVER, A
Must See. Great Fi-
nancing (866)938-1521

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Owner financing. ,

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On all 3 or 4 Bed-
rooms! Rates as low as
4.75%. No Credit or
Bad Credit OK! Call
Clayton Homes:

Owner Finance
3Br, 2Ba, finished
drywall, built on
porches. Loaded for
only $600mo. Call
683-0856 for details.


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your TENNESSEE lake
property. Four seasons
& no state income tax.
Call Lakeside Realty
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8100 Antique & Collectibles
8110 Cars
8120 Sports Utility Vehicles
8130 Trucks
8140 Vans
8150 Commercial
8160 Motorcycles
8170.- Auto Parts
& Accessories
8210 Boats
8220 Personal Watercraft
8230- Sailboats
8240 Boat & Marine
8245 Boat Slips & Docks
8310 Aircraft/Aviation,
8320 ATV/Off Road Vehicles
8330 Campers & Trailers
8340 -Motorhomes

| 8120
Jeep Rubicon
6 speed manual, 291'
mi, ext war, Cc
changer, satellite radio
white w/ blk soft top
(619) 204-1406

1997 F150, 4.E
V8,132,000 miles, new
Goodyear tires, PS, air
automatic, PB, leather
seats. Good condition
Limited slip rear end
$5,500 623-8920
1999 Suburban 56,00C
mile. Interior & exterior
in great condition. Wel
taken care of. $7,262


37' LBD
5th Wheel 2008
3 slide outs, fiberglass
exterior, W/D, up.
grades. Can deliver
Private owner. 85C
291-3821. $35,000obo

I 8340
2007 Winnebago As-
pect. Uke new (still has
new car smell) Only
1,047 miles. Gave
$80,000. Sacrifice for ;
$45,000 OBO1


Police Impounds! 97
Honda Civic $5001 97
Honda Accord $700!
97 Toyota Camry $700!
for listings call
(800)366-9813 Ext 9275

Police Impounds for
Sale! 97 Honda Civic
$500! 97 VW Jetta
$750! for listings call
(800)366-9813 Ext 9271


Jeep Grand
Limited 4x4
89K miles, leather, CD
changer, moonroof.
Loaded! 573-310-3382

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We Sell at Our Cost Plus a 10% Surcharge Added at the Register

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Carolina Pride
Reg or Thick
Sliced Bacon
12 oz

Pork Tenders
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4 9 2Ib pkg

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Salad Kits
10 oz

Oven Fresh

8720 oz

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