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Alternate Title: Milton press gazette
Press gazette
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Creator: Santa Rosa press gazette
Publisher: Milton Newspapers, Inc.
Milton Newspapers
Place of Publication: Milton Fla
Publication Date: March 18, 2009
Frequency: semiweekly
Subject: Newspapers -- Milton (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Santa Rosa County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Coordinates: 30.630278 x -87.046389 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 76, no. 104 (Mar. 29, 1984)-
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Wednesday, March 18,2009 Find breaking news at 50cents

ACLU: State fails to address voting problems

Special to the Press Gazette
American Civil Liberties Union of
Florida released a scathing report
today criticizing the overly bureau-
cratic Florida rights restoration
process that continues to disfran-
chise hundreds of thousands of

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Florida citizens. The report, Still
Voteless and Voiceless in Florida,
shows that the current civil rights
restoration (RCR) process lacks
clarity and uniformity, and is ex-
cessively burdensome for Florid-
ians who are trying to regain their
right to vote, as well as other civil
rights including eligibility for doz-

ens of state occupational licenses.
Despite recent changes, many.
Floridians remain ineligible for
restoration of civil rights (RCR)
and hundreds of thousands more
are eligible, but have not had their
rights restored or have but have
not been notified by the state.
The report outlines continuing

problems with Florida's clemency
process, and includes the results
of a survey of employees in all 67
county supervisors of elections
(SOE) offices that shows confu-
sion and disparate implemen-
tation of revised clemency rules.
The report proposes ,concrete
solutions that can be taken im-

mediately to overhaul Florida's
broken rights restoration system.
A copy of the report can be down-
loaded in PDF at:
The report also highlights how
linking civil rights restoration with
license eligibility does nothing to
enhance public safety.


National board

awards county with

emergency money

Santa Rosa County has
been chosen to receive
$49,096.00 to supplement
emergency food. and shel-
ter programs in the area.
The selection was made
by a national board that
is chaired by the Depart-
ment of Homeland Secu-
rity's Federal Emergency
Management Agency
(FEMA) and consists of
representatives from The
Salvation Army; American
Red Cross: Council of Jew-
ish Federations; Catholic
Charities, LISA; National
Council of Churches of

Christ in the U.S.A.; and,
The United Way of Amer-
ica which will provide the
administrative staff and
functions! as fiscal agent.
The Board was charged to
distribute funds appropri.-
ated by Congress to help
expand the capacity of
food and shelter programs
in high-need areas around
the country.
A Local Board made
up. of The United Way of
Santa Rosa County; Santa
Rosa County; The City of

Bill Jr. (Alec LaDoucuer) and Norman Thayer (Dave
Cook) listen as Ethel (Beverly Hise) warns them not to
go fishing because of the rain in a scene from "On
Golden Pond." The play will be performed at Milton
High School March 27, 28 and 29.

Whiting Field personnel,

community perform
'On Golden Pond'

Special to the Press Gazette
Naval Air Station Whit-
ing Field personnel are
showing a flair for the dra-
matic during the Panhan-
dle Community Theatre's
performance of, "On Gold-
en Pond," March 27, 28
and 29 at the Milton High
School auditorium.
Half of the play's cast
are members of the Whit-
ing team. David Cook,
the SSSI Safety Coordina-
tor from Sikorsky Support,
Services; Trevor Rowe, the
Air Traffic Control Leading
Chief and Jay Cope, the
Deputy Public Affairs Offi-
cer take up the tools of the
acting trade for the three-
night show.

The play was the source
for the critically acclaimed
movie, starring Henry Fon-
da and Katherine Hepburn,
in the lead roles of Norman
and Ethel Thayer. The,
couple had been spending
the summers at Golden
Pond for 48 years, and the
play depicts one special
summer of reconciliation
and family remembrances.
Cook plays the irascible
Norman Thayer, the part
made famous by Henry
Fonda, while Rowe plays
the new fiance of Thayer's
daughter and Cope a fam-
ily friend and postman.
The play, directed by
Lauren Sutton, deals with
aging, the fear of death,

SJim Fletcher .

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McCoy, Icie Lee Nowling
1921-2009 Jimmy, Michael,
Icie McCoy, Thomas, & Robert
age 87, of Leon Emmers
Pensacola, a (Kelly), Ira B.
native of Cobb McCoy, II, Dawn
Town, FL, passed Cody (Paul Jeff),
away Thursday, James Spates,
March 12, 2009. Kenny & Kevin
She was Fincher, Michelle
a member of & Jeff Finger
Northview Baptist NOWLING (Muriel), and
Church. Johnny Ray
She was Puckett; 33
preceded in death by her great grandchildren; and
husband, Luther Leon numerous great, great
McCoy, six sons, Samuel, grandchildren; her very
Calvin, Jerry Wayne, Billy best friend, Wella Gray;
Ray, Dennis and Darwin numerous nieces and
McCoy; granddaughter, nephews.
'ITracey Lynn Beringer; four FRmeral service was
sisters and one brother; Tuesday, March 17,2009
son-in-law, James L. at Faith Chapel Funeral
Spates. with Pastor Keith Mott
Survivors include her officiating.
five children, Mary Easter Pallbearers were
(Donald Lee), Ira McCoy members of her family
(Yvonne), Ila Spates, Marie Interment was in Cobb
White (Larry), and Aubrey Town Cemetery, Jay
McCoy- 12 grandchildren, Florida.

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Murphy, Arl'ene Somerville, Cheryl Hamilton, Debbie Eubanks, Dorothy Diamond, Betti Williams, Pau-
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Speak OUT.

Sunday, 9:13 a.m.
This is Bill. I am calling
in connection with those
trying to buy property
in Gulf Breeze. I see our
property buying commis-
sioners are looking. The
special ones looking for
some land and get this
they are getting the prop-
erty for a doggy park. I
guess next they will want
sliding boards, swings, and
a pool for their poodles and
other dogs. We really need
this the way our economy
is going. Isn't that real nice

in the economy we got.
People ought to remember
these special ones.

Saturday, 1:55 p.m.
Well now that President'
Obama has killed the tank-
er refueler project I see
that he and his wife are on
Air Force One again trav-
eling the country. I would
like to see them both stay
in Washington and do some
work. The airplanes are 50
years old, but it is more
important for him to be out
with his wife hugging kids

instead of keeping our de-
fense strong.

Friday, 10:48 a.m.
This is Betty of Pace.
I would like to know what
has happened to the mon-,
ey that "the voters were
sold concerning the Lotto
and Lottery. It was sup-
posed to go straight to edu-
cation, not an exchange or
swap. This was to be extra
money for education, but it
is not going there. So could
someone please give us an
honest answer to where


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 Chumuckla 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 Lynchard, 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.

Monroe St., Tallahassee, FL 32399, 488-4441. E-mail:

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

Rep. Greg Evers: 5224 Willing St., Milton, FL
32570, 983-5550. Email: SCHOOL GOVERNMENT
Sen. Durell Peaden Jr., 598 N. Ferdon Blvd.; Suite O
100, Crestview, FL 32536, 850-689-0556. SCHOOL BOARD
Gov. Charlie Crist: PL05 The Capitol, 4001 S. District 1: Diane Scott, 5710 Munson Highway,

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the money is going.

Thursday, 11:26 a.m.
Yes, this is Marie. This
is for James. For him to
complain about the Presi-
dent is ridiculous. He has
to pay taxes like all of us
so he can use Air Force
One and other aircraft as
he see fit. And stop worry
about your grandchildren.

If you have a short
comment you would like
to make, call the Speak
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 colemonmd@
District 4: JoAnn J. Simpson, 5059 Faircloth 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 Santa Rosa County School Board meets atf6:30
p.m. second and fouth Thursdays at 5086 Canal St.,
Milton. Phone: 983-5000.

Milton City Hall, Mayor Guy Thompson, 6738
DixoarStreet, 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.


Jim Fletcher
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Carol Barnes
Office Manager
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Debbie Coon, Greg Cowell,
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on Wednesday and Saturdays for $34
per year (in county) by Florida Freedom

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Bill Gamblin
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Wednesday, March 18, 2009

Rich Royer, a simula-
tor instructor with
Lockheed Martin in-
structs 2nd Lt. (USAF)
Phillip Becker who
is trying out the F-35
Lightning II simula-
tor Lockheed Martin
brought to NAS
Whiting Field March
9 and 10.

2nd Lt.
(USAF) Philip
Becker tries
out the F-35
II simulator
brought to
NAS Whiting
Field March
9 and 10.


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Public Comments still encouraged

on NOLF extension plans

Naval Facilities Com-
mand and Naval Air Sta-
tion Whiting Field repre-
sentatives are continuing
to take comments from
residents of Baldwin
County, Ala. pertaining to
the proposed runway ex-
tensions of Navy outlying
fields (NOLF) in the area.
Residents near the
NOLFs Silverhill, Sum-
merdale, Barin, and Wolf
are encouraged to review
a publicly accessible web-
site that highlights the
various options available
to the Navy, the need for
the extensions, and place
for comments directed to
the planners.
The web site link is
"We are analyzing the
impacts of all alternatives
that meet the operational
requirements of Whiting
Field and environmen-


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tal impacts," said Sean
Heath, Environmental As-
sessment Planner for the
project. "The Navy would
sincerely like to minimize
impacts to the citizens
of Baldwin County as we
move forward to meet the
requirements of the new
T-6B aircraft."
Naval Air Station Whit-
ing Field and Training Air
Wing FIVE, the base's ma-
jor tenant command, pro-
vide primary flight train-
ing to nearly 60 percent of
all Navy and Marine Corps
aviators as well as to U. S.
Coast Guard aviators, se-
lect Air Force pilots and
flight students from Allied
foreign countries. "
The current training
aircraft was implemented
in 1977 and is aging. The
T-34 Turbo Mentor is slat-
ed to begin tiansitioning
to the T-6B Texan later
this year.

The transition is ex-
pected to be complete by
The T-6B has greater
horsepower, increased
range, improved avion-
ics, and lower operational
costs. However, the air-
craft needs longer run-
ways for safe landing op-
The Navy held a pub-
lic forum in Summerdale
in January to discuss op-
tions for the extensions
and nearly 200 residents
attended. The Navy ex-
tended the 30 day dead-
line for public comments
to enable greater public
participation in the deci-
sion making process.
The website will pro-
vide up to date informa-
tion on the plans as well
as give people potentially
affected by the plans an-
other avenue to make
their opinions known.

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Any questions contact
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Brian Watkins achieved his goals the old fash-
ioned way. He earned them.
A native of South Carolina and a graduate of
Clemson University, he was commissioned an Ensign
in the Navy through the Aviation Officer Candidate
School at NAS Pensacola, and was designated Naval
helicopter pilot in January of 1979 at NAS Whiting
Brian is a graduate of the U. S. Naval Test Pilot
School, serving two tours as an Engineering Test Pilot,
and earned his Master's Degree from the Naval War
College. He conducted two tours in the Pentagon,
serving on the staff of both the Secretary of Defense
and the Chief of Naval Operations. He has command-
ed two squadrons, an operational helicopter squadron
in San Diego, CA and the Naval Rotary Wing Aircraft
,. -. Test Squadron in Patuxent River MD.
He completed 27 years of naval service as the
,, a Brian Watkins Commanding Officer of NAS Whiting field and the
Acting Commander of Navy Region Gulf Coast.
Since retiring from the Navy he worked for a year withRebuild Northwest Florida in
efforts to restore some damages by hurricanes Ivan and Dennis. He was then selected as the
Public Works Director for the City of Milton where he spent two and a half years Today he is
"Commanding Officer" of the City of Milton, serving as City Manager since the first of this
Brian is married to the former Carolyn Flournoy of San Diego, CA and has four children,
Greg, 21; Daniel, 18; Joseph, 13;.and Elizabeth, 11. He is a member of Olive Baptist Church
and on the Board of Directors of the Santa Rosa County Chanmber of Commerce and Rebuild
Northwest Florida. He's also a member of the Supervisory Committee for Pen Air Federal
Credit Union.
His achievements are absolutely noteworthy, and reaching goal after goal did not come
easy (no matter how easy it seems.) The sheer width and breadth of his accomplishments set
him apart, and we are sure the Milton Mayor and City Council, as well as its citizens, can rest
easy, knowing that the City's and their interests are in the best, experienced hands available.
He's a talented gentleman, and we salute him for what he has done, what he has mastered,
and for his capabilities that are reflected daily as he goes about the city's business. Thanks,
Brian, for your efforts and your dependability in jobs that have been and are continuing to be
so well done!

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Wednesday, March 18, 2009


Santa Rosa's Press Gazette I AS

Nature Conservancy transfers land for military base buffer, trails

Properties were part of Nature Conservancy's historic multi-state land deal with International Paper

The Nature Conser- only helps to maintain the
vancy announced today long-term viability of the
the transfer of two prop- base, but conserves lands
erties totaling 210 acres for wildlife protection and
adjacent to Whiting provides opportunities
Field Naval Air Station for recreational activi-
in Santa Rosa County ties. The recent purchase
to the Department of of 210 acres adjacent to
Environmental Protec- the installation is another
tion. The conservation of example of how beneficial
these properties repre- these partnerships can
sents the work of a broad be to the state, the county
partnership among state and the base."
agencies,, military, local The two properties
government and private were purchased by the
nonprofits to help protect state as part of the Clear
the water quality of Clear Creek/Whiting Field Flor-
Creek and buffer Naval ida Forever project area.
Air Station Whiting Field Florida Forever is the
against the threat of en- nation's largest environ-
croaching development, mental land acquisition
"Naval Air Station program. More than 2 mil-
Whiting Field enjoys a lion acres throughout the
tremendous relationship state have been placed in
with the state of Florida, public ownership under
Santa Rosa County and Florida Forever and its
The Nature Conservancy predecessor program,
in its efforts to foster en- Preservation 2000.
croachment partnering' Conservation in the
initiatives and encourage ClearCreek/WhitingField
compatible land develop- project area is a collab-
ment around the base," orative effort among The
said Captain Enrique Nature Conservancy, the
Sadsad, commanding of- Department of Defense,
ficer, Naval Air Station Florida Department of
Whiting Field. "This not Environmental Protec-

tion, Santa Rosa County,
the Division of Forestry,
and the DEP's Office of
Greenways and Trails.
"The Nature Conser-
vancy is proud to assist
our nation's military, the
state and the local com-
munity in conserving
Florida's natural places,"
said Callie. DeHaven, se-
nior field representative
for The Nature Conser-
vancy's Florida chapter.
"Habitat preservation
through Florida Forever
on lands adjacent to and
underlying military train-
ing zones provides a tri-
ple win it retains the
base as an economic driv-,
er, advances the state's
conservation and wildlife
goals and enhances our
quality of life by preserv-
ing the 'green infrastruc-
ture' that is central to
Flbrida's future."
The Nature Conser-
vancy purchased these
two tracts in September
2006 as part of its historic
conservation deal with
International Paper, in
which the conservancy
acquired 218,000 acres in

10 states across the South
and Midwest.
Military lands across
the U.S. provide protec-
tion for at least 458 imper-
iled species; 30 percent
of installations harbor at
least one species at risk
of federal listing. Recog-
nizing the importance of
buffering defense bases
for national security and
Florida's economy the
2006 Florida legislature
amended the Florida For-
ever statute to give prior-
ity to projects that would

both achieve the state's
conservation plans and
overlap with military
needs to protect habitats,
species, bases and flight
Working collabora-
tively, the military, state
and many local govern-
ments have successfully
protected military train-
ing capabilities while
conserving important
natural resources and
maintaining community
well-being. Florida For-
ever has worked to pre-

serve thousands of acres
of valuable conserva-
tion areas around DOD
lands in priority projects,
such as Bombing Range
Ridge, Clear Creek/Whit-
ing Field and Escribano

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should stay out of

schools' budgets?

Munson wants everyone to save its school.
Athletic directors and coaches are worried
about programs and positions being elimi-
The school board went to a three-tier bus
Positions have been eliminated by not fill-
ing them.
The list of budget fixes goes on and on, but
no one seemed concerned when the school
board was having to cut items. Last year, we
were told classrooms would be the last place
to feel budget cuts.
Isn't it ironic? The writing of these prob-
lems was on the wall, but no one paid atten-
tion as the state cut the education budget the
previous two years.
Unfortunately, the state had its own semi-
legal Ponzi scheme for funding state efforts. It
even went so far as to say Tallahassee could
manage money better than local governments.
We don't know when that is ever true.
State lawmakers were getting ready to do
it againW this past November with a budget
amendment'to give them even more control
over local dollars.
And what was the public doing?
Unfortunately, it was sitting idly by, waiting
for Tallahassee, to take over watching local
school administrators who were being forced
to make cuts, layoff teachers and possibly
close schools.
Citizens elect state leaders to head state
affairs, not to run local governments. Yet.,
Tallahassee makes it increasingly clear if our
leaders don't operate within a balanced bud-
get, then it will step in and take over.
That's enough irony for everyone.
No one makes Tallahassee live within its
budgetary means.
So who will take over Tallahassee?
It's certainly a case of one mule calling an-
other mule "long ears."
Living within your means, operating under
a balanced budget and spending wisely com-
prise an excellent concept, but it is a concept
that should apply to every branch of govern-
For Tallahassee to sit on high and send
down edicts to local governments, which it
does not try to follow, is little more than by-,
Just as we believe federal legislators have
enough on their plates without trying to man-
date things of the states, we believe state
leaders have enough to do without trying to
meddle in the minutia of county and city gov-
We're sure we know the thinking process
here. Tallahassee sees itself in quite an eco-
nomic mess and it sees lots of money at the
local level. It would love to be able to step in
and make those dollars its own, To that, we
simply say, "Hands off." If your budget isn't
balanced, then balance it, but do it without
the help of dollars from the local level.
Local school boards are the only locations
that actually "educate" anyone. Leave them,
to do what they're supposed to do. Balance
your state budgets with a few bake sales.

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An Obama-nation of a financial plan

By Ron Hart

If you look deeply into the
1,100 page Obama/Pelosi Spend-
dulus bill (apparently not even
our Congressman has), there is
something for everybody. Except
those of us who are hard-working,
live within our means and play by
the rules. The spending bill to the
Obama administration is much like a
tax form, something that they need to
read, but others are to comply with.
I defy you to come up with a
worse economic plan than the one
the Obama administration just
presented. Not a single real business
person has been involved in this big-
government plan. In a time when we
need business to expand and create
jobs, his bill raises taxes, empowers
the shiftless unions, gives plaintiffs'
attorneys more power to shake down
companies and moves more power
to the least efficient part of society,
Confiscating money from
successful business to give to, failing
ones makes no sense. Under the
Bush and Obama plans, the more
regulated you are and the more you
mess up, the more you get. No bad
deed goes unrewarded. Why not let
the free-market system weed out, as
it has for years, the good businesses
and people from the bad? Why
double down on stupidity?
The people in trouble today, who
helped bring the economy down,
are the ones who three years ago
confused "I need" with "I want."
Although Bush was hardly the
free-market ideal, for the Democrats
to continue to blame this bn him
is unfair. They have controlled
Congress for three years. Since it

became clear that Obama was going
to win in late 2008, the stock market
has dropped 50 percent. People
vote with their money, and those
votes are in. We do not like what
you are doing to our country. Like
many, I have been heading toward
Galt's Gulch, the place where over-
regulated and taxed entrepreneurs
went when burdened by the likes
of an Obama administration in the
timely book "Atlas Shrugged." And if
you think Osama bin Laden is hard
to find in the mountains of Pakistan,
try finding the economic engines of
our once proud free-market system
when they hide in Galt's Gulch.
The average person has no idea
that the top 5 percent of taxpayers
pay about halfthe taxes in America.
Some blue collar workers that won
the recent $260 million lottery will
soon find out about the Obama/Pelosi
tax plan when they end up owing $265
million in taxes on their win.
The Democratic Party has bad
ideas, and the Republican Party
does not even know who their/
leader is. The White House implied
with a snide tone that the GOP is
. now headed by Rush Limbaugh.
Democrats are now going after
talk radio in some form or fashion
under the notion that free speech
is good as long as it echoes the
President's feelings. So what we
have now is the mainstream media,
monopoly newspapers and TV news
channels in the tank for Obama. The
dissenting view can be heard only
on talk radio where old fashioned
supply and demand has shown that
a three-hour show, and ratings, can,
be maintained simply by the host
providing logical dialogue.
No wonder Obama wants to

monitor how much we drive our car
and raise gas taxes (supposedly for
environmental reasons). In reality,
his folks know that his approval
ratings are directly tied to the
amount of free speech people are
exposed to while listening to the
radio in traffic.
Why is it that citizens get
letters from the IRS threatening
garnishment or worse if we owe
$100 in taxes, yet Obama can fill his
cabinet with tax-cheats and the like
who somehow have the gall to tell us
'how to run our financial affairs?
Welfare checks are called tax cuts
in the Obama plan. With 49 percent
of thd nation supporting the other
indignant 51 percent, those folks that
play by the ruleshave less say so
in government than ever before. As
one of the 49 percent supporting the
other 51 percent, I would like to at
least get a letter thanking me. Even
when you give $5 to one of those
Sally Struthers kids starving in
Africa you get a nice note of thanks..
All the while, the Obamas are
having lavish dinners with $100 a
pound Kobe steak imported from
Japan. Let them eat crow because
Michelle Obama is saying to us "let.
them eat cake."
There are two distinct ways you
can tell that neither the rich nor the
poor think the Obama socialization
scheme will work. With the "rich,"
it is that the stock market is down
50 percent. And if you do not think
their opinion matters and want to
see what the opposite end of the
economic spectrum-is thinking,
try buying .38-caliber bullets at a
Walmart. As the clerk told me, "We
are out of them and have been since
the first of the year."


A little-known law ,
,In the state of Florida
thousands of inmates are
spending their lives in
prison with no chance to
ever get out because of the
felony murder rule. They
did not kill, they had no
intention of killing, many
were not even at the scene
of the crime, yet regardless
of culpability they are all
mandatory given the harsh-
est punishment society can
give other than the death
Only six states continue
to use this cruel and archa-
ic law. Prosecutors claim
that is deters people from
taking part in a dangerous
crime in which someone
might be killed. But no one
even knows about the law
until they are charged with
it, so how is that deterring
The real purpose of the
felony murder rule is to
make the prosecutions job
easier. They do not have
to try to prove intent to kill
as all other murder cases
require. They do not even
have to try each individual;
only the case is on trial.
Thinking that every indi-
vidual has the right to a

fair trial is extremely naive
when it comes to the felony
murder rule.
, Florida's prisons are
overcrowded and Charlie'
Crist wants to build more.
Ending mandatory sen-
tencing laws and releasing
non-violent prisoners who
demonstrate complete re-
habilitation makes more
sense. Let the Department
of Corrections do its job
of correcting bad behav-
ior and when this job has
been completed, release
the prisoners back into so-
ciety to pay their own way.
The warehousing of human
beings is in no one's best
The felony murder rule
in particular needs to be

Barbara Hoard, Beth Cioffoletti
and Christina Williams

Constitution matters
From the news, the ca-
pitulation of our school of-
ficials and their lawyers is
complete. One has to won-
der why they didn't call on
the Alliance Defense Fund,
or the American Center for
Law and Justice, or any
number of organizations

skilled in school prayer
cases. Our leaders may
have done Santa Rosans a
What exactly were the
ACLU's legal charges? If
they involved a violation of
the Constitution's "estab-
lishment" clause, the ACLU
had the burden of (1) show-
ing intent to establish a
state religion and (2) show-
ing what religion they were
attempting to establish.
Was due process observed?
It doesn't appear so.
Since Congress is our
only national lawmaking
body and has been pro-
hibited from enacting any
law that would restrict the
"free exercise" of religion,
and no other entity can
make law; there can be no
other law for the school to
Remember, precedent
is not law and has no con-
stitutional standing as law.
The rule of law requires
that judges are not above
the law and may rule only
based on the written Con-
stitution and written law
passed pursuant to it-
nothing more.
In Board of Education of
Kyras Joel School District
v. Grummet (1996), Justice

David Souter offered the lu-
dicrous opinion that, "gov-
ernment should not prefer -
one religion to another, or
religion to irreligion." A
constitutional impossibility
since the whole thrust of
the Constitution is to deter-
mine majority will within
the framework of the Bill of
Rights. Why do we vote? In
the case at hand, the court
has imposed minority will,
which is despotic and a
crime against the Constitu-
The sooner citizens re-
alize what is happening,
the sooner we can return
to governance by the con-
sent of the governed and
abandon totalitarian rule
by judicial edict.
Hugh Armstrong

Family thanks
The family of Margie
Bray would like to thank
everyone for their prayers,
visits, food, and thoughts
during the sickness and
death of our mother and

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Report lauds mental health project

A state watchdog agency and an
advocacy group issued a joint report
highlighting the Circuit 1 Forensic
Mental Health Project at Lakeview
Center as being among the most pro
missing jail diversion programs in
The Florida Substance Abuse
and Mental Health Corp. and Flor-
ida Partners in Crisis issued the 13-
page report, "A Brief Overview of
Promising Jail Diversion Programs
in Florida," last month. It looked at
ways communities across the state
have addressed the rising number
of people with mental illnesses and
substance abuse disorders who en-
ter the criminal justice system. The
report.said these programs are dem-
onstrating they can reduce re-arrest
rates, enhance public safety, and pro-
vide effective, treatment and rehabili-
tation at a lower cost than in a state

forensic treatment facility.
The document praised the state-
funded project at Lakeview Center
for having a "tremendous impact
upon the coordination of treatment
for individuals with mental illness in
Escambia and Santa Rosa counties."
Several thousand individuals
were screened through the project
between October 2007 and October
2008. The project identified 696 peo-
ple who met program criteria. The
largest number of participants, 491
persons, received psychiatric evalu-
ations and medication management
services. The other 96 received more
intensive services from Lakeview's
Comprehensive Community Support
Among the project's benefits, ac-
cording to the report, was a cost sav-
ings. "On average, costs were under
$3,600 per individual for community-

based treatment. This compares to a
cost of $7,358 per month or $41,202 for
an average length of stay at Florida
State Hospital," the report said.
Other successful outcomes noted
in the document include a decrease
in the number of forensic clients ad-
mitted to Florida State Hospital from
Escambia County, a decrease in time
spent in jail for the project's partici-
pants and lower re-arrest rates for
The report also noted that fol-
lowing the state's funding cutbacks,
admissions of inmates with mental
illnesses increased at the Escambia
County Jail.
A copy of the complete report
can be downloaded by looking under
"News & Updates" on the home page
for the Florida Substance Abuse and
Mental Health Corp. at www.samh-

Free Cutest Pet Photo Contest open to area residents

Written by Connie Shields
American Pets Savers
is proud to announce that
many cash and prizes are
up for grabs including a
$1,000 Cash Grand Prize
in the 2009 Spring Cutest
Pet Photo Contest. Prizes
include Pet Smart gift
cards, trophies, and $1,000
in cash. Last years winner,
Diane Stichler of Ohio, re-
ceived a check for $1,000.

Pet owners from the
local area are welcome to
enter to win a share of the
prizes. The entry deadline
for the contest is April
15th. The contest is open
to everyone and entry is
free. Dog or cat photos are
welcome. The photo may
contain one pet or several
and may include different
pet types in the same pho-
to. There is a strict limit of
one photo per household

to avoid disqualification.
"If you think you have
the Cutest Pet, now is the
time to prove it," says Con-
nie Shields, contest direc-
tor. "Just think how much
fun it would be to receive a
check for $1,000 simply for
entering a free photo con-
test", continued Shields.
Entries can be submit-
ted online or by postal mail.
To enter online, please vis-
it www.CutestPetContest.

com. To enter by postal
mail please send one pho-
tograph, full color or black
and white of any size. All
photo entries must include
the photographer's name
and address on the back.
Photographs should be
sent to: American Pet Sav-
ers Free Photo Contest,
PO. Box 4470, Olathe, KS
66063. Entries must be
postmarked by April 15,

Written by Dr. Passmore

The most exciting
thing happening at Im-
manuel Baptist Church in
recent weeks is the num-
ber of people who have
invited Jesus to come
into their life as Sav-
ior and Lord. We had a
number of people saved.
during our revival servic-
es and have had people
come to know the Lord
every Sunday since the
revival services. Not only
are people being saved,
but we are having an un--
usual number of guests
join with us in our Sunday
School and Worship Ser-
,On March 8111, we had
19 visitors in our Sun-
day School. Our people
are rejoicing in what the
Lord is doing and we are
giving HIM the glory and
We are enjoying a new
study in our most recent
Focus Group entitled
LOST. This is a series of
six studies on finances
from Andy Stanley, son
of Charles Stanley, who
is the pastor of a large
church in the Atlanta
area. Andy is a great

communicator and is ap-
proaching this timely
subject in a different way.
I would encourage you
to join with us in the Fo-
cus Group, which meets
in the Worship Center at
5 p.m. on Sunday.
Our Men and Boys
are looking forward to
hearing County Commis-
sioner Jim Williamson
at our monthly break-
fast on March 22nd. As
of late we have heard
some outstanding men
share with us what they
have learned in their par-
ticular vocation to apply
in their Christian walk
of life. We have heard a
Secret Service Agent,
Fireman, Head Football
Coach, and now we look
forward to hearing Com-
mission Williamson. We
are awaiting a firm date
from Congressman Jeff
Miller. Breakfast will be
served at 7 a.m. Men and
boys of the community are
encouraged to attend.
The Sunday sched-
ule of our services is
Sunday School at 9 a.m.,
Morning Worship at 10:30;
Focus Groups at 5 p.m.;
and Evening Worship at
6 p.m.

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Good Samaritan
Food Distribution
Shepherd's House Min-
istries, Inc., will have their
"Good Samaritan" Food
Pantry distribution on
Friday, March 20th. Sign
Up is at 7 a.m. and distri-
bution begins at 11 a.m.
For more information, call

Yard & Bake Sale
to benefit children
The First United Meth-
odist Church of Pace will
be having a Yard Sale and
Bake Sale to benefit a chil-
dren's orphanage in Peru.
It will be Saturday, March
28 from 7 a.m. to 12 noon.

It will be at the Christian
Community Center located
behind the Sanctuary, 4540
Chumuckla Highway, in
Pace. All proceeds will as-
sist us in helping an or-
phanage in Peru. For more
information, call 850-994-

Ebenezer Assembly
of God Singing
Ebenezer Assembly
of God will have a singing
at 4200 Ebenezer Church
Road in Jay on Saturday,
March 21, 2009 at 6 p.m.
Local singers will be fea-
tured. Everyone is wel-
come to attend.
For more information
contact (850) 261-2953.

1 Ask the Preacher

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

Dear Pastor Gallups "I heard you on WEBY
1330 recently with Dr. Orly Taitz and Mario Apuzzo
discussing Obama's eligibility to be President. That
was my first hearing of this issue...what is going
on?" D.D. Milton
(First of THREE ARTICLES on this topic)
Dear D.D.,
The media has done almost a total shutdown on this
issue...shamefully. The understanding of it, though,
is gaining steam all across America.
The problem is this Our Constitution, Article 2,
specifies that our President MUST be "natural born."
This requirement is to assure that our Commander in,
Chief has no foreign allegiance whatever. Natural
Born means that one is born to American citizen par-
ents and ON American soil. The Dept. of Defense
and the State Department websites have very
detailed information on this requirement and defini-
It appears that Mr. Obama may have been born
in Kenya. The Kenyan Ambassador said it, his grand-
mother, stepsister and stepbrother have all said
this as well. His grandmother and stepsister have
said they were present at his birth in Kenya. Even if
he was born in America it is a documented FACT
that his dad was a Kenyan citizen at the time of his
birth and thus a British Citizen as well. Any or all of
these facts, taken together, or separately would dis-
qualify him, Constitutionally from holding the office of
'In the meantime, Mr. Obama has not helped
matters. Rather than proving himself to be a legal,
eligible man to hold the office he has SEALED his
birth certificate, medical, educational and draft
records. No one has been able to get them
unsealed yet. What is he hiding? Why spend the
money and effort to seal documents that would put
the suspicions to rest? Do you see the problem
I am involved in this issue and will not rest until it
is settled, not because I have anything against Mr.
Obama, but because I fear that if we do not follow
our Constitution in this clear and important
matter...the First and Second Amendments may fol- z
low down the road of irrelevancy as well.
Cadl Gallups is the Pastor of Hickory Hammock Baptist Church. in Milton. He has a Bachelor of
Science degree from Florida State University, and a Master of Divinity from The New Orleans Baptist
Theological Seminary. He has been pastor of HHBC since 1987. He serves as an International Youth
Evangelist for the Southern Baptist Convention preaching all over the U.S. and Canada. For more infonia-
lion about HHBC, call 623-8959 or 626-8951, fax: 623-0197. If you have any questions for Ask The
Preacher, send it to: Ask The Preacher, Hickory Hammock Baptist Church, 8351 Hickory Hammock Road,
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Milton; The American Red
Cross; The Salvation Army;
Local Ministerial Associa-
tion; Catholic Charities of
NW Florida; The NW Flor-
ida Area Agency on Aging,
Inc.; Santa Rosa County
Emergency Management;
and a homeless/formerly
homeless or past recipient
of services will determine
how the funds awarded to
Santa Rosa County are to
be distributed among the

emergency food and shel-
ter programs run by local
service organizations in
the area. The Local Board
is responsible for recom-
mending agencies to re-
ceive these funds and any
additional funds available
under this phase of the pro-
Under the terms of the
grant from the National
Board, local agencies cho-
sen to receive funds must:

1) be private voluntary non-
profit or units of govern-
ment, 2) have an account-
ing system, 3) practice
nondiscrimination, 4) have
demonstrated the capabil-
ity to deliver emergency
food and/or 'shelter pro-
grams, and 5) if they are a
private voluntary organiza-
tion, they must have a vol-
untary board. Qualifying
organizations are urged
to apply. Deadline to ap-

ply is 4:00 p.m. on FRIDAY,
APRIL 3, 2009. Any appli-
cation postmarked by this
date will be considered.
Santa Rosa County has
distributed Emergency
Food and Shelter funds pre-
viously to Tri-County Com-
munity Council and South
Santa Rosa Interfaith Min-
istries, Inc. These agen-
cies were responsible for
providing emergency shel-
ter assistance to 128 people

and utility assistance to 194
people who had no other
resources with which to
meet their own needs.
Public or private volun-
tary organizations interest-
ed in submitting an appli-
cation for Food and Shelter
Program funds must con-
tact Guy Thompson, Chair-
man, United Way of Santa
Rosa County, Post Office
Box 284, Milton, Florida
32572, (850) 623-4507, or you

may contact Brian Watkins,
City Manager, City of Mil-
ton, at 850-983-5411.
Applications are to be
submitted to Guy Thomp-
son by 4:00 p.m. on Friday,
April 3, 2009.
Applications post-
marked by this date will be
considered. Any organiza-
tion submitting an applica-
tion will be informed of the
date that the Local Board
will meet.

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finding an identity, long-
term family conflicts and
illness, but also shows how
love and relationships help
couples persevere. It was
those themes that attract-
ed Cook to the play.
"The play shows rela-
tionships and how they
change through the years.
You put up with things be-
cause you love the person
,you're with," he said. "Peo-
ple can stay together, but
you can't wait till forever to

fix the problems."
Cook wasn't really plan-
ning to tackle the play, how-
ever. He hadn't performed
in one of PCT's productions
before, but he works with the
community theatre group in
other facets. Cook was at
auditions to speak' to Sut-
ton about a summer youth
theatre project and out of
curiosity about how the au-
ditions were run. He was
urged to read during the
auditions and walked away

with one of the lead roles.
"Floored" was the word
he used to describe how
he felt when he read the
script and saw the size of
the role.
This is also Rowe's first
experience acting with
PCT. His role as son-in-
law Bill Ray has many of
the play's funniest mo-
ments and Sutton praised
his efforts.
The remaining cast in-
cludes Beverly Robinson
Hise as Not'man's wife

Ethel. Jane Shell is their
daughter Chelsea, and 10-
year old Alec LaDouceur is
her new son Bill Jr.
"On Golden Pond" will
be performed Friday and
Saturday evenings, March
27 & 28 at 7:30 pm and Sun-
day, March 29 at 2:00 pm.
Tickets are $12 each. No
reservations are needed.
You may purchase your
ticket via credit card (Visa,
MC or Discover) in ad-
vance by calling (850) 450-

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Santa Rosa's Press Gazette I A9

Accident lands person in the hospital

This report represents some events the
Northwest Region of the FWC handled
from March 6 to March 12; however, it
does not include all actions taken by the
Division of Law Enforcement.

Officers Andy Berrey and Andy Maltais
responded to a boating accident with in-
juries on the Intracoastal Waterway near
Big Lagoon State Park. The initial inves-
tigation indicated there were three people
on board a 23 foot walk through windshield
vessel. One of the passengers was ejected
from the vessel during a sharp turn and
was subsequently struck by the prop. The
victim was transported by helicopter to a
local hospital where he underwent sur-
gery. The accident is still under investiga-
Lt. Brian Lambert checked a camping
area off of the Perdido River Of the ten
individuals checked, four under 21 years
of age and were found drinking alcoholic
beverages. Notice to appear citations
were issued to the violators.
K-9 Officer Sarah Hahner, K-9 Sadie and
Lt. Brian Lambert were on water patrol
on the Perdido River when they discov-
ered three individuals camping along the
river. Officer Hahner asked if there was
anything in the camp she needed to know
about before letting K-9 Sadie out of the
patrol boat. One individual admitted she
had marijuana and presented it. Officer
Hahner seized the evidence and issued
the individual a notice to appear for pos-
session of less than 20 grams of cannabis.

Officers Royce Johnson and Monte
Moye were on water patrol on the Black-
water River near Pond Creek when they
checked two men fishing. After issuing
the vessel operator a citation for insuf-
ficient: life jackets, a computer check re-
vealed that the man was wanted on three
outstanding warrants from Escambia
County for grand theft, failure to pay child
support and failure to appear. As Officer
Johnson approached the wanted subject
at the boat ramp, .the man ran into the ad-
joining woods. Officers Johnson and Moye
set up a perimeter and.contacted the Santa

Rosa County Sheriff's Office for additional
assistance. Officers John Bell, Andy Mal-
tais, Fred Rondeau, and Lieutenants Dan
Hahr and Brian Lambert responded to the
scene to assist. The subject could be heard
crashing through brush in the thick block
of woods and moving toward the river. He
was apprehended near the river bank and
taken into custody without further resis-
tance. He was charged with resisting ar-
rest without violence and booked into jail
for that offense and the three warrants.
Officer Rbyce Johnson and Reserve Of-
ficer Lila Wise were checking fishermen
at Cox Lake when one of the individuals
presented an ID card and later admitted
to driving his truck to the river. A com-
puter check revealed the man's license
had been permanently revoked for failure
to pay fines for DUI: The officers left the
immediate area but waited nearby to see
if the subject would drive his truck. When
he came driving out of the fishing area, he
was stopped and given a notice to appear
for driving while license is revoked.
"Officer Royce Johnson and Reserve
Officer Lila Wise were on patrol in Black-
water Wildlife Management Area when
they heard several hunting dogs running
in the still hunt area. The officers drove
to the area and located tw6 subjects coon
hunting with dogs. The subjects admitted
they knew the still hunt area was closed
to dogs, but they thought that they would
hunt it anyway. Both subjects were issued
notices to appear for the violations.
Officer Royce Johnson and Reserve
Officer Lila Wise responded to ah anony-
mous complaint of a man in possession of
a rattlesnake. The officers located a 5-foot-
long Eastern diamondback in the man's
garage. The man was not licensed to pos-
sess venomous reptiles. The, aquarium
the snake used as a home was not secured
as required by FWC rule. The subject was
issued a notice to appear for possession of
a venomous reptile without a license.

Officer Matt Webb located and charged
the owner of a derelict vessel that is sub-,
merged in Destin Harbor. This was the
second time Officer Webb has charged
the owner for failing to remove the vessel
from the harbor.

Wildfire danger increasing; Bronson

asks for public's help in fire prevention

is experiencing twice the
wildfire activity of a year
ago, and the danger is in-
creasing every day, Florida
Agriculture and Consumer
Services Commissioner
Charles H. Bronson said
Bronson is urging resi-
dents, to do their part to,
prevent wildfires by avoid-
ing any unnecessary out-
door burning. They should
also check with their local
Division of Forestry office
or county government to
determine if there is a lo-
cal burn ban in effect.
"Prevention is the key,"
Bronson said. "We're ask-
ing residents and visitors
alike to' exercise extreme
caution when you use any-
thin'g that involves fire or
high heat. Before conduct-
ing any outdoor burning,
check with officials to see
if it is a dangerous burning
day and if there is a local
burn ban in effect."
A lack of, substantial
rainfall, especially in Cen-

tral and South Florida,
coupled with recent freez-
es throughout the state,
has left Florida's. veg-
etation ripe for wildfires.
Wildfires can start easily,
intensify quickly and move
rapidly because of the cur-
rent conditions.
Statewide, the Keetch-
Byram Drought Index
(KBDD currently stands
at 520, well above normal
for this time of the year.
Moreover, the index shows
that nearly half of Florida
is well above the statewide
average and is experienc-'
ing "severe" dry condi-
tions. The KBDI measures
available soil moisture and
runs from 0 (saturated) to
800 (desert-like).
Since January 1, Flori-
da has had 1,024 wildfires
that have burned 24,730
acres, compared with 508
fires impacting 11,292
acres at the same time last
year. Because the lighten-
ing season has yet to be-
gin, virtually all of the fires
that have occurred to date

were caused by humans
and were therefore avoid-
Additional tips for resi-
dents to help prevent wild-
fires include:
Never leave a camp-
fire unattended.
Don't throw cigarettes
or other lighted material
out of car windows.
Clear gutters of leaves
and other debris, and re-
move vegetation from
around homes, creating a
30-foot defensible space.
*Do. not park motor
vehicles or equipment in
areas where the hot cata-
lytic converter, could ignite
grass, leaves or debris.
For other wildfire pre-
vention actions you can
take, and recommenda-
tions to help increase the
probability that your home
and community can sur-
vive a wildfire disaster,
visit the Florida Division of
Forestry website at www. or contact your
local Florida Division of
Forestry field office.

Charity 5K
Central High School will be holding its
first annual 5K Country Funm Run/Walk on
March 21 at 8 a.m. Registration begins
at 6 a.m. and those who pre-register will
receive a t-shirt the day of the race. The
event is being sponsored by the Central
High School Cross Country Team and
Compass Club. The fee to enter is $20 to
pre-register or $25 the day of the race.
To pre-register or for more information
contact Sara Mathews or Becky
Bondurant at 983-5640.

Golf tournament to benefit Relay
for Life
The 8th annual City of Milton Golf
Tournament benefitting Milton Relay
for Life will be held on March 27 at
Tanglewood Golf Course with a shotgun
start at noon. The cost for individual
players is $65 and foursome teams are
$250. Entry forms can be downloaded
at Sponsorship
opportunities are available and start at
$60. Donations for door prizes are needed.
For more information, contact Lamar
Whitaker at 983-5417.

Poker Run
The Milton Chapter of the Gold Wing
Road Riders Association will host a poker
run on April 4. The first bike out will be
at 9 a.m. and the last bike out will be at
11 a.m. All bikes are welcome and the
cost is $10 for each rider and $5 for the
co-rider. The poker run will start at the
Santa Rosa County Offices Parking Lot
behind McDonalds with all proceeds Relay for Life Cancer Research.
Grand prize is motorcycle tires donated by
Pensacola Motorsports with plaques for
best hand, second best hand, and worst
hand. For more information call 623-1935.
Rain date will be April 11.

Golf Tournament
The Pace Rotary Club will host their
10th Annual Golf Tournament on April 9
at Stonebrook County Club. This four-
person scramble will begin at 1 p.m. with
a shotgun start and registration begins at
11:30 a.m. A fish fry dinner will be served
after the tournament and your registration
includes cart and green fees, range balls
prior to start, soft drinks, water, two drink
tickets, two mulligans and one tee buster.
Registration deadline is April 3 with the
cost being $400 per team or $100 per
individual. For more information call 304-
1823 or 255-9795.

Milton TPC
The Milton Triple Pro Classic three
person scramble will be April 24 through
26 at Tanglewood and Stonebrook county
clubs. The tournament is being held to
raise scholarship dollars and assist with
the Milton High Golf program. The cost
for this event is $600 per team or $200 per
individual. Entry includes practice rounds
at Tanglewood and Stonebrook, tee gifts,
Friday social, Saturday dinner and on
course beverages. Entries are limited to
the first 88 teams. For more information or
to register contact Milton High School or
go to

Lighting Football
The Pensacola Lightning Football
team is currently seeking local 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 sponsorship package information.

PSA Awards Banquet
The Pensacola Sports Association
will host its Annual Awards Banquet on

Friday, April 3,2009 at New World Landing.
The PSA will honor many athletes from
a variety of sports. Athletes from high
school, college, the professional level, and
the Olympics will be recognized for their
outstanding achievements during 2008.
You will get a KICK out of our honored
guest speaker, Mr. Ray Guy. Mr. Guy has
had a distinguished career in football.
Guy was the only punter to be selected
in the first round of the NFL draft when
the Oakland Raiders selected him in
1973. An All-American at the University of
Southern Mississippi, he was a seven-time
All-Pro player with the Oakland Raiders.
The Raiders won three Super Bowl
Championships during Guy's career.

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

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
announced very soon for this event which
helps local group in the Jay area including
the Relay For Life fimdraiser. For more
information, contact Frederick Barrow at

UWF summer hoops camp
Shannan Bergen and her staff are
proud to present this year's team and
individual basketball camps. An individual
day camp will be held for girls entering
3rd -12th grades during the week of June
22-26,2009. In addition, Coach Bergen will
be holding a camp available for teams ,
to participate in through the weekend of
June 26-28, 2009.
Included in camp costs are
individualized offensive and defensive
skills training with UWF staff and players,
along with sessions to explain general
rules of play. Campers will participate in
open recreation swimming and a pizza
party on Thursday. A camp t-shirt is
provided, but campers must either bring
their own sack lunch or purchase lunch
at their own expense at the University *
Flyers and registration forms can be
found online at by
visiting the women's basketball page
or camps link For more information on.
camps, contact UWF assistant coach
Laura Davis at, (850)474-2589 or ladvis4@

Charity Golf Tourney
A Charity Golf Tourney to benefit
Habitat for 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.

Cowboy Challenge
The Dixie Darters Drill Team is
producing the first Dixie Cowboy
Challenge on May 23 & 24 to be held at
Coldwater Recreation Park. This event is
similar to the Extreme Cowboy Race as
seen on RFD TV Please see the details at

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


Pensacola Bay
Thursday, March 19, 2009
2:30 AM CDT Moonrise
5:02 AM CDT Low tide -0.32 Feet
6:53 AM CDT Sunrise'
12:38 PM CDT Moonset'
5:52 PM CDT High tide 1.24 Feet
6:59 PM CDT Sunset

Friday, March 20, 2009
3:13 AM CDT Moonrise
5:43 AM CDT Low tide -0.32 Feet
6:52 AM CDT Sunrise
1:34 PM CDT Moonset
6:59 PM CDT High tide 1.21 Feet
7:00 PM CDT Sunset

Saturday, March 21, 2009
3:52 AM CDT Moonrise
6:12 AM CDT Low tide -0.28 Feet
' 6:51 AM CDT Sunrise
2:31 PM CDT Moonset
7:01 PM CDT Sunset
8:00 PM CDT High tide 1.15 Feet

Sunday, March 22, 2009
4:26 AM CDT Moonrise
6:29 AM CDT Low tide -0.18 Feet
6:49 AM CDT Sunrise
3:28 PM CDT Moonset
7:01 PM CDT Sunset
9:01 PM CDT High tide 1.04 Feet

East Bay
Thursday, March 19, 2009
2:29 AM CDT Moonrise
6:20 AM CDT Low tide -0.38 Feet
6:52 AM CDT Sunrise
12:36 PM CDT Moonset
6:37 PM CDT High tide 1.48 Feet
6:58 PM CDT Sunset

Friday, March 20, 2009
3:12 AM CDT Moonrise
6:51 AM CDT Sunrise
6:59 AM CDT Low tide -0.38 Feet
1:33 PM CDT Moonset
6:59 PM CDT Sunset
7:42 PM CDT High tide 1.46 Feet

Saturday, March 21, 2009
3:50 AM CDT Moonrise
6:50 AM CDT Sunrise
7:28 AM CDT Low tide -0.33 Feet
2:30 PM CDT Moonset
6:59 PM CDT Sunset
8:43 PM CDT High tide 1.38 Feet

Sunday, March 22, 2009
4:25 AM CDT Moonrise
6:48 AM CDT Sunrise
7:47 AM CDT Low tide -0.21 Feet
3:27 PM CDT Moonset
7:00 PM CDT Sunset
9:44 PM CDT High tide 1.25 Feet

Blackwater River
Thursday, March 19, 2009
2:30 AM CDT Moonrise
6:50 AM CDT Low tide -0.38 Feet
6:52 AM CDT Sunrise
12:36 PM CDT Moonset
6:59 PM CDT Sunset
7:33 PM CDT High tide 1.48 Feet

Friday, March 20, 2009
3:13 AM CDT Moonrise
6:51 AM CDT Sunrise
7:29 AM CDT Low tide -0.38 Feet
1:33 PM CDT Moonset
6:59 PM CDT Sunset
8:38 PM CDT High tide 1.46 Feet

Saturday, March 21, 2009
3:51 AM CDT Moonrise
6:50 AM CDT Sunrise
7:58 AM CDT Low tide -0.33 Feet
2:30 PM CDT Moonset
7:00 PM CDT Sunset
9:39 PM CDT High tide 1.38 Feet

Sunday, March 22, 2009
4:26 AM CDT Moonrise
6:49 AM CDT Sunrise
8:17 AM CDT Low tide -0.21 Feet
3:27 PM CDT Moonset
7:01 PM CDT Sunset
10:40 PM CDT High tide 1.25 Feet

Navarre Beach
Thursday, March 19, 2009
2:29 AM CDT Moonrise
2:56 AM CDT Low tide -0.32 Feet
6:52 AM CDT Sunrise
12:36 PM' CDT Moonset
3:38 PM CDT High tide.1.07 Feet
6:58 PM CDT Sunset

Friday, March 20, 2009
3:12 AM CDT Moonrise
3:37 AM CDT Low tide -0.27 Feet
6:51 AM CDT Sunrise
1:33 PM CDT Moonset
4:49 PM CDT High tide 1.05 Feet
6:59 PM CDT Sunset

Saturday, March 21, 2009
3:50 AM CDT Moonrise
4:06 AM CDT Low tide -0.18 Feet
6:49 AM CDT Sunrise
2:30 PM CDT Moonset
6:00 PM CDT High tide 1.03 Feet
6:59 PM CDT Sunset

Sunday, March 22, 2009
4:21 AM CDT Low tide -0.06 Feet
4:25 AM CDT Moonrise
6:48 AM CDT Sunrise
3:27 PM CDT Moonset
7:00 PM CDT Sunset
7:11 PM CDT High tide 0.97 Feet "

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Sam is the man at the Milton Open

PBA pro Sam Zurich
never imagined he would
be standing at the Avalon
Bowling Center. holding
the winners check for the
2009 Miltpn, Open.
Zurich, who started
the round of 16 seeded
10th, had to go five games
against Richard Church,
winning the deciding game
208-178 as Church saw his
comeback come up short
with a solid 10 pin in the
ninth frame.
"My shot kind of evolved
through the day," said Zur-
ich. "Richard started out
throwing all strikes in the
first round, and by the fifth
frame, I decided I couldn't
go through the inside and
loop de loop.
"As the first round got
started, I thought I was
done, but fortunate for



to host car,

bike show

The annual Mustang
Car Club show has re-
ally grown, and this
year's show will have
something for every
muscle car enthusiast
This is the inaugural
edition of the Northwest
Florida Bike and Car
Show at the Pensacola
Interstate Fairgrounds.
Cars and bikes will
be on display start-
ing March 20, and run-
ning through the entire
weekend; admission is
More than 200 Ford
Mustangs are expected
to be on display, as well
as motorcycles, the
Ford Falcon Club, Mo-
torsports Marketing, a
Regional Porsche Club
and many others.
Motorcycle enthusi-
asts will want to circle
March 21 on their cal-
endar, as that will be the
day of the bike show.
Members of chapters
FL1-D and FL1-Q of the
Gold Wing Road Rider's
Association will be par-
ticipating and leading
the bike show.
The bike show is
open, to. all who would
like to participate.
The Central Florida
Precision Motorcycle
Drill Team will be per-
forming two shows.
There will be
two grand prizes, 50/50,
no ride poker run with
cash prizes, vendors,
multiple class view-
ers' choice bike show,
games, door prizes and
A portion of the pro-
ceeds will be donated to
local charities.
Lodging informa-
tion is provided on the
attachment, as well as
additional information
on the event.
Additional questions
may be addressed to
Tim Poppell at topop- or Don
Prideaux at sanibel93@
The Gulf Coast 'Re-
gional Mustang Club
has donated almost
$450,000 to various char-
ities since the inception
of their annual show.

me, Richard faltered and
opened the door for me.
On his way to the 2009
Milton Open title, Zurich
won six straight games
with the deciding one be-
ing a 267-236 decision over
Richard Langton.
, In the final match, Zur-
ich, who has 40 regional ti-
tles and three PBA titles to
his credit, strung together
eight straight strikes.
Langton, who had to
rally in the round of eight,
took advantage of fresh oil
in the semis against Roger
Kossert after a hard-fought
best of three against Lee
"I just ran into a freight
train in the finals," said
Langton. "I tend to do bet-
ter with a fresh shot, but
I didn't have anything for
Sammy He was on a roll
The best local finisher
for the tournament was

Mandy Boesen, owner and operator of Avalon Bowl-
ing Center (left) is joined by the 2009 Milton Open
Champion Sam Zurich and Avalon Bowling Center
Pro Jerry Bohlman following the completion of the
2009 Milton Open Sunday.

Pensacola's Greg Heck,
who Zurich defeated in the
quarterfinals. Heck won
$600 for eighth place.
Ft. Walton Beach's
Louie Lazzarini was the

other area player to cash
out, finishing 16th to earn
a $500 payday.
Gary Morgan, of Atlan-
ta, won the senior check
for $250.

Milton's David Fanugao,
who started out very slow,
came alive Saturday to fin-
ish 25th with 1,548 pins.
Pace's Gerry Tyson
Jr. was next in 26th with
But the show-stealer on
Saturday was a 300 game by
A.J. Rice of Columbus, Ga.
Rice was the focus of
many on-lookers Saturday
as his two-handed bowl-
ing technique was very
interesting, and many
were even more perplexed
when they realized Rice
was a left-hander.
But in game five, Rice
was on a roll.
"I realized I was one pin
out of third place and got
on a good pair of lanes,"
said Rice. "I got a couple of
good breaks when I struck
high in the ninth, and then
in the fourth frame, I got a
flat seven with a messen-

Rice rode that wave
of emotion to win the top
seed by 127 pins more than
Heck, but Kossert's slow
and steady approach from
his days on the PBA tour
paid off as he eliminated
Rice in the round of eight.
In Friday night's Pro-
AM, Matthew Wassmer
won the adult division with
1525 pins, while Tanner
Newman won the youth di-
vision with 1,522 pins.
Trophies and prizes
were give to the rest of the
top five in the youth divi-
sion, with Shelby Boesen
finishing second with 1,500
pins followed by David Hol-
lingsworth (1,486), Cristina
Kuzirian (1,461) and Derek
Hunter (1,460) to round out
the top five.
A list of all the area
bowlers and how they fin-
ished in the Milton Open
will be available online at

Pace needs a rally while Royals romp


It was anything but a pitchers duel at Pace
High School Friday night.
The Patriots fell behind early but rebounded
and defeated district rival Tate 11-9 at home.
. The Aggies (6-2, 2-2 in District 1-4A) took an
early 6-0 lead off Pace starter C.T. Bradford.
But after a six-ran inning for the Aggies,
which. included a three-run blast over the
right-field wall, Pace would come back with
four runs of their own, but Tate got another
home run and went up 8-4.
That is when the flood gates opened as Kris
Desposito's grand slam in the fourth sparked a
seven-run inning as Pace went up 11-8.
The Aggies would manage only one run in
the fifth, but it wasn't enough.
Zach Potter came in relief of Bradford and
worked four innings for the .win as Pace im-
proves to 7-1 on the season and remains per-
feet at 4-0 in district play.
Potter gave up five hits and scattered two
earned runs.
On Thursday, Pace traveled to Ft. Walton
Beach, and the trip must of done them some
good, as they won 6-0.
The Patriots pounded out 10 hits, while
Craig Brown pitched a complete game five-hit-
ter while striking out nine.
Bradford went 2-for-3 with a home run,
while Jon Soutullo went 2-for-3 with two RBIs.
Addison Russell went 2-for-2, while Des-
posito got a hit and an RBI.
At Jay, right-hander Nick Simpson got his
first win of the season as the Royals topped
Freeport 9-1.
Simpson surrendered five hits and struck
out nine as he evened his mark at 1-1.
Jay started the scoring in the bottom of the
third with a run but put the game away in the
fourth with eight huge runs to go up 9-0.
Hunter Boutwell went 2-for-3 and Sawyer
Gandy went 2-for-4. Garret Lowery got one' hit
with three RBIs on the night while Jay Gandy
drove in two runs with a hit, as well.
On Friday, Navarre defeated Milton 7-2.
Starter Brandon Allen struck out eight and
gave up five runs in six and two-third innings
of work.
Allen tried to help his cause with a two-run
homer in the top of the seventh, but it was too

In Allentown, Paxton jumped, out early on
the Jaguars of Central High, and they could
never catch up.
Paxton scored five runs to start the inning
and added three more in the third to go up 8-0
before the Jaguars would get on the board. I
Central (3-4, 0-2 in District 1-A) was led at
the plate by Wesley Hamm who went 3-for-3
with a run scored, while Central managed five
hits for the entire game.
Daniel Nordstrom worked just more than
two innings in the loss as he gave up five
earned runs and struck out two while surren-
dering two walks.
Softball action saw Tate defeat Pace 5-1 on
Hannah Cutright went the distance and gave
up only three hits but could not overcome four
huge errors by the Lady Patriots (8-2, 5-3).
Pace scored its only runs, as Jennifer Ellis
drove in Smith in the top of the seventh.
On Thursday, Pace defeated Gulf Breeze 15-

Lady Argonauts remain perfect in

Jillian Lafrance earned her first
GSC victory in a 2-1 eighth-inning
win over North Alabama, allowing
just two hits. Emily Burge followed
suit to complete the sweep, win-
ning 2-1, as well. West Florida im-
proved to 23-4, 2-0 in theGSC.
A pitcher's duel between
Lafrance (13-1) anrd UNA's Jen-
nifer Sexton saw only one run in
six complete innings after a solo
homerun from Jennifer Sharp put
the Lions on top 1-0 in the second
inning. Combined, the two pitchers
allowed just seven hits as the Lions
committed three errors.
The Argonauts struck in the top
of the seventh as Kat Pursell laced
an RBI double that scored pinch
runner Dawnyele Stapleton from
second. Knotted at one, the game
moved into the eighth, where the
Argos pushed across the go ahead
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off a Kristee Wheeler triple that
scored Melissa Chastang, who was
on first with a lead-off walk.
Wheeler had a 2-for-4 perfor-
mance at the plate, while Chastang
and Lafrance both added singles.
Lafrance struck out eight without
walking a single UNA batter.
The second game mirrored the
first, although the Argos were first
to strike. Pitchers Burge (10-3) and
Megan Niesel combined to scatter
seven hits as the Argos collected
The Argonauts posted an early
run in the second inning of the
second game as starting pitcher
Burge took a solo shot deep for a
1-0 lead. The run went unanswered
by the Lions until the bottom of the
fifth, in which Ally Pridmore lead
off with a double to deep left. A sac-
rifice bunt followed by a sacrifice

fly brought in Pridmore to tie the
game at one.
Three consecutive singles from
West Florida in the top of the sev-
enth led to a 2-1 lead as Sarah Gar-
cia picked up the RBI.
On Friday, Argonaut pitchers
gave up a combined five hits in 14
shutout innings in a pair of wins
for the No. 25 West Florida softball
team on Friday. UWF topped Rob-
ert Morris College of Springfield,
Ill., 2-0 in the first game, and the Ar-
gonauts edged Olivet Nazarene 1-0
in the second to improve to 21-4.
Lafrance picked up her eighth
shutout in the first game, tossing
a three-hitter with nine strikeouts
while improving to 12-1.
Wheeler came through with a
pinch hit RBI single to break the
scoreless tie in the fourth. The Ar-
gonauts added an insurance run

3 in five innings.
Victoria East got the win working four in-
nings, while scattering three hits and walking
Pace jumped out offensively with two runs
in the second inning and broke the game 6pen
in the third inning scoring seven runs to go up
Carmen Ward went 3-for-5, while East
and Michelle Phelps both went 2-for-3.Shelby
Brooks went 2-for-4, while Michelle Hummel
went 3-for-3 and Ellis went 2-for-2.
Milton remained perfect in district play
Thursday as they defeated Washington 6-0.
Alyssa Larson gave up two hits as Milton
came out swinging with five runs in the first
two innings.
Milton needed only four hits towin as Tif-
fany Boisvert, Ashley Douglass and Shauna
Vickers each had one hit, with Vickers and
Douglass each getting credit for an RBI.
Milton is a perfect 7-0 in District 1-4A play
and 9-3 overall this season.



on an infield hit by senior desig-
nated player Trish Pope, bringing
in senior first-baseman Shannon
Miles from third.
The second game featured a
pitcher's duel between UWF's
Burge and Olivet Nazarene's Kel-
lie Bonogofsky. The Tigers almost
took a lead in the fifth when Me-
lissa Baker's single through the
left side brought a runner around
third base, but junior center-fielder
Franny Bell threw a strike to the
catcher to catch the runner at the
The Argonauts scored the
game's lone run in the sixth when
Miles connected on a line drive
over the center-field wall, her team-
leading fourth homerun of the year.
Burge (9-3) then finished the game,
completing a two-hitter with seven
strikeouts and two walks.

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The 21 st Annual Riverwalk Arts Festival
was held on Willing Street and along the
waterfront of Historic Downtown Milton.
The weather might have posed a
problem for some, but several artist turned
,out to showcase their folk art, music, books,
drama, foods, and fine art. A huge turnout
occurred despite the weather. More photos
of the Riverwalk Arts Festival can be found
online at

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Benefits of
spiritual care
The Rev. Larry Pope,
M Div, has been commis-
sioned to enhance the
pastoral care program at
Santa Rosa Medical, Cen-
ter Pastors and members
of your congregation that
provide hospital visitation
are encouraged to .attend
this educational semi-
nar from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m.
March 21 at Olivet Baptist
Church, 5240 Dogwood in
Milton. All churches are
encouraged to participate
in this ministry.
Benefits of spiritual
care are as follows: im-
proves medical outcomes
with prayer; increases
productivity by counseling'
staff; b9osts staff morale
through daily encourage-
ment; retains staff via cri-.
sis; expands public rela-
tions, community relations
and patient, relations; ad-
vocates for patient rights
and honors advance direc-
tives; raises gallup and pa-
tient satisfaction ,scores;
frees up staff by listening
to patients,
Call 626-5113 to reserve
a spot by March 18.

Good Samaritan
food distribution
Shepherd's House Min-
istries Inc. will have their
"Good Samaritan" food
pantry distribution March'

135 Offfor New Clients
Pick Up and Drop Off
Call Now to Schedule a Pick Up
OFFICE 626-7299
CELL '291-7607

20. Sign-up is at 7 a.m., and
distribution will begin at 11
a.m. For more information,
call 983-3228.

City of Milton
meetings scheduled
The city of Milton's Fire
Department Project Com-
mittee will meet at 4 p.m.
March 19.
The Milton Benevolent
Cemetery Board will meet
at 2 p.m. March 23.
The city of Milton's Or-
dinance Review Commit-
tee will meet at 8:30 a.m.'
March 25.
These meetings will be
held in conference room
B at Milton City Hall, 6738
Dixon St. For further in-
'formation, contact the city
manager's office at 983-

Early Learning
Coalition of SRC
The Early Learning
Coalition of Santa Rosa
County will host a board
meeting March 19 in the
conference room of the co-
alition office, 6555 Caroline
St., in the back of the park-
ing lot between Domino's
Pizza and Papa John's Piz-
za in Milton. The nominat-
ing committee will meet
at 8:30 a.m., the executive
committee will meet at 9
a.m. and the finance com-
mittee will meet at 9:30
a.m.; the full board meet-
Dream > Plan > Track)
A unique and collaborative
approach to financial planning.
Rick Paschall
Financial Advisor
5236 Willing Street
Milton, FL 32570
(850) 623-9600
Toll Free: (866) 894-9023
Fax: (850) 623-9610
Tht fot- Adlioool
Ameriprise '.

ing is scheduled at 10 a.m.
All meetings are open to
the public.
For additional informa-
tion, call 850-916-5422.

Senior Expo and
Health Fair
Santa Rosa Medical
Center and RSVP Senior
Expo and Health Fair will
be held from 8 a.m. to 1
p.m. March 19 at the Mil-
ton Community Center,
5620 Byrom St., in Milton.

1st annual 5K Country
Fun run/walk
The first annual 5K
Country Fun run/walk will
be held at 8 a.m. March
21. Registration begins at
6 a.m. the day of the race.
Those who pre-register
will receive a T-shirt the
day of the race. This run/
walk will be a fun activ-
ity for the whole family to
enjoy. The Central High
School cross county team
and compass club are
sponsoring the event.
To pre-register or for
more information, please
contact Sara Mathews or
Becky Bondurant at Cen-
tral High at 983-5640. Pre-
registration is $20. Regis-
tration the day of the race

Gallery in the Garden
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will host "Gallery in the
Garden." Many artists will
be demonstrating, display-
ing and conducting a sale
of their creations on the
grounds of the Dragonfly
from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m, April
"Gallery in the Garden"
will offer a wide variety of
art for the garden and the
home. This spring event
is opened to all local area
artists. Non-gallery art-
ists are asked for a $10
donation to be applied to
SRACF Gallery building
fund. If you would like to
participate, please contact
the gallery at 891-1100.
The Dragonfly Gallery,
at 5188 Escambia St. in his-
toric downtown Milton, is a
mission of the Santa Rosa
Art and Culture Founda-
tion. It is a juried gallery
of local artists. Gallery
hours are from 10 a.m. to 4
p.m. Tuesday to Saturday.

Deborah Freeman-
Voizin in Pensacola
Introspective digital
graphics painter/photog-
rapher Deborah Freeman-
Voizin will attend a meet
and greet from 5 p.m. to 9
p.m. March 20 at Gallery.
Zarragossa, 215 E. Zar-
ragossa St. in Pensacola.
Freeman-Voizin will be
the featured artist for the
month of March at the gal-
lery. For more information,
call 850-469-8060.

Martin Luther King
Jr. scholarship
The Martin Luther
King Jr. scholarship steer-
ing committee of Interna-
tional Paper is accepting
applicants for their annual
scholarship awards.
Students must be grad-
uating this year from a
high school in Escambia
or Santa Rosa county and
plan to attend Florida A&M
University in the fall.
Applicants must have a
3.2 GPA with an ACT score
of at least 19 or an SAT
score of at least 900.
To apply, applicants
must submit an official
transcript with ACT or
SAT scores in a sealed

envelope to: International
Paper, Attn: Denise Sam-
uel, PO. Box 87, Canton-
ment, FL 32533.
Deadline to apply is
April 24.

Santa Rosa Kids
House hosts yard Sale
Santa Rosa Kids House,
a ahild advocacy center in
Milton, will host its first an-
nual indoor yard sale from
7 a.m. to 1 p.m. March 28 at
the Santa Rosa County Au-
ditorium in Milton. Items
for dale will include furni-
ture, clothes, shoes, toys,
books, electronics, etc. Ad-
mission is free.
Anyone interested is
able to rent a table for $20.
and sell their own yard sale
items. Anyone interested
in donating items may call'
Carol Olson at 492-4686.
There will be a pre-sale
event March 27 where you
pay a $5 admittance fee
and shop the night before
the yard sale.
Hot dogs,, chips, des-
serts and drinks will be
available for purchase.

Milton Relay nears
We are within weeks
of Milton's Relay For Life
15th anniversary celebra-
tion. If your team hasn't
signed up yet, then what
are you waiting for? Great
campsites still are avail-
able. You can sign up at
tonfl and pay the' $100
commitment fee. We have
some very exciting events
planned that you won't
want to miss. There will
be 18 hours of fun, games,
food and entertainment,
as well as some surprises
in store, Take a stroll down
memory lane with past Re-
lay chairs, including David
Myers; Tim Mallon; Shir-
ley Parker; Mae Adkin-
son; Beth Hardcastle; Pat
Holtman; Mellani Gilbert;
Leann McCombs; Joann
Hardy; and the grand-
mother of our Relay, Aleta
Hoodless. Everybody loves
to. Relay, so please join us
at PJC Milton campus May
1 and 2. For more informa-
tion, contact Pam Webb at

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Luminaria ceremony
planned at Relay
SAs the lights dim over
campsites and team mem-
bers complete laps, the
night is brightened by the.
glow of lighted bags called
luminaria, each of which.
has a special meaning.
Some luminaria celebrate
the survivorship of people
who have battled cancer
and lived to tell the tale.
Many commemorate the
lives of those who have
been lost to this disease.
All represent a person
who has been profoundly
affected by cancer and
the family and friends who
continue to be touched by
that experience. You can
honor someone with a lu-
minaria at our Relay For
life Celebration of Hope
and have a picture of your
loved one printed on the
bag. You, too, can help
spread the light of hope
. and honor or remember
those in your life who have
been touched by this dis-
ease. Luminaries will be lit
at the Milton Relay at PJC
Milton campus at 8 p.m.
May 1 and be left burn-
ing throughout .the night.
Luminaria. contributions
can be made by contacting
Polly Brown at 516-1495
or purchased at. the Re-
lay prior to the ceremony.
While at Relay this year, be
sure to visit the memory
garden tent where loved
ones will be remembered
in a special way-

Yard, bake sale to
benefit orphanage
First UMC of Pace will
host a yard sale and bake
sale from'7 a.m. to noon
March 28 at the Christian'
Community Center (gym
behind the sanctuary) at
4540 Chumuckla Highway
to benefit an orphanage in
For more information,
call Jenny Hurd at 850-994-
5608 or www.pacefumc.

Macrame jewelry
class to be held
After the Santa Rosa
Art Association's regu-
lar monthly meeting at 8
a.m. March 28, there will
be a macrame jewelry
class from 9:30 tq noon in
building 4900 of the Milton
campus of PJC. Tuition
for non-SRAA members
is $10. Laurie Flynn, well-
known regional artist, will
be teaching a choker with
a wrapped and removable
drop. A $10 kit fee is re-
quested from all partici-
pants, who also are asked
to bring a firm foam pillow,
T pins, sharp scissors and
needle nose pliers. Res-
ervations are necessary;
please call Paula at 995-

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Sheriff's Report

Santa Rosa's Press Gazette I B3

The following felonies
were from March 2, to
March 8, 2009
Aberle, Nathan John;
Male; 28; 5362 Taft Ln.,
Milton; DUI. 3/2/09
Browning., Jordan
Paul; Male; 21; 4840 La-
mar Dr., Pace; DUI 3/2/09
SButler Jarryd Ed-
ward; Male; 19; 6400 Julia
Dr., Milton; Marijuana-
Possess Not More Than
20 Grams, Evidence-De-
stroying Tamper With or
Fabricate Physical. 3/3/09
Frymark, Jacqueline
Theresa; Female; 36; 1915
Alfred Blvd., Navarre;
BurgI With Assault or Bat-
tery, Obstructing Justice
Harass Witness Victim or
Informant, Obstructing
Justice (2 Cts.) Retaliate
Agnst Informant Vict Wit-
ness WO Inj. 3/3/09
Gale, Cody Bernard;
Male; 18; 1854 Cardinal
Ln., Gulf Breeze; Burgl.
of Dwelling Unarmed No
Asslt or Batt. 3/3/09
Gray., Jason David;
Male; 25; 1723 Colonial
Ct., Ft. Walton Beach;
Prob Violation-Felony or
Commty Cont. 3/3/09
Lambert, Stacey Ray
Harace; Male; 20; 2796
Teepee Rd., Navarre;
Damage. Prop-Crim
Misch $1000, or ,More,
Larc Grand Theft (2 cts.)
$5000 or Mote Less Than
$10,000, Dealing In Stolen
Property, Failure to Ap-
pear For Felony Offense
(2 Cts.). 3/3/09 ,
Harrison,. Justin
Dwight; Male; 18; 106 E.
Ave A; Atmore, AL; Fail-
ure to Appear for Felony
, Offense. No Date Given.
Bailey Phillip Mi-
chael; Male; 11; 3348 Colo-
nial Oaks Dr., Pace; Dam-
age Prop-Crim Misch
$1000 or More, Burgi of
Unoccupied Dwelling;
Unarmed; No Asslt/Batt.
Davis, Michael Odney;
Male; 9; 3222 West Ave.,
Gulf Breeze; Damage
Prop-Crim Misch $1000
or More, Burgl of Unoccu-

pied Dwelling; Unarmed;
No Asslt/Batt. 3/3/09
Frymark, Alexandria
Danielle Rosa; Female;
16; 1915 Alfred Blvd., Na-
varre; Burgl With Assault
or Battery. 3/3/09
Jackson, Dustin Earl;
Male;.25; 384 Carson Oaks
Ln., Santa Rosa Beach;
Dealing in Stolen Proper-
ty, Evidence Destroying
Tamper With or Fabricate
Physical. 3/3/09
Amaral, Daniel Frank;
Male; 38; 104, North St
John St., Carencro, LA;
Dealing in Stolen Prop-
erty. No Date Given.
Price. Michelle Lee;.
Female; 27; 4 Baggett Ct.,
Pensacola; Failure to Ap-
pear for Felony Offense.
No Date Given.
Brock, Tipton Leigh;
Male; 19; 5476 Oakshire
Rd., Milton; DUL 3/3/Q9
Davis, Harry Charles;
Male; 64; 4546 Stanley
Rd., Columliaville, MI;
DUI. 3/3/09
Alderman, Travis
Keith; Male; 21; 4217 N Is-
land Rd., Pace; Prob Vio-
lation or Commty Cont.
Browder. Jr.. Roy Ed-.
ward; Male; 28; 985 Wil-
liam Ditch Rd., Canton-
ment; Failure 'to Appear
for Felony Offense 3/4/09
Carter. Kevin Scott;
Male; 50; 10896 Country
Ostich Dr., Pensacola;
Burgi Structure Convey-
ance Unarmed W Person
Inside, Larc Petit 1st De-
gree Property 100 to Und
300 Dols. 3/4/09 .
Gonzales, Lana Ann;
Female; 30; 6228 Arnett
St., Milton; Marijuana-,
Possess Not More Than
20 Grams, Drugs-Pos-
sess Listed Chemical Wit
Manufacture Cntrl Subs.
James. Jon Gordon;
Male; 46; 5392, Ticond-
eroga St., Milton; Non-
moving Traffic Viol Drive
While Lic Susp Habitual
Offender. 3/4/09
Moore, Freddie Lee;
Male; 20; 201 Woodline

Dr., Panama City; Larc
Grand of Firearm, Car-
rying Concealed Weapon
Firearm. 3/4/09
Sobo, Russell John;
Male; 21; 219 Mountain
Dr., Destin; Burgl Unoc-
cupied Conveyance Un-
armed, Larc Petit 1st Off.
Wallace, John William;
Male; 24; 5966 Queen St.,
Milton; Larc Theft is $300
or More But Less Than
$5000, Dealing in Stolen
Property. 1/23/09
Peazant, Jr., Cleo;
Male; 36; 2156 Hillary
Ln., Navarre; Probation
Violation-Felony. No Date
.Cole II, Ferninand
Maurice; Male; 25; 5227
Gardenbrook Blvd., Mil-
ton; Larc Theft is $300
or More But Less Than
$5000. 3/4/09
Frymark, Victoria
Georgette; Female; 17;
2004 Reserve Blvd., Gulf
Breeze; Burgl With As-
sault or Battery. 3/4/09.
Temples, Wesley
Eugene; Male; 37; 5114
Phoenix Dr., Milton; Non-
moving Traffic Viol At-
tach Registration License
Plate Not Assigned, Non-
moving Traffic Viol Drive
While Lic Susp Habitual
Offender. 3/4/09
Watson, William Keith;,
Male; 32; 2932 n 32nd Ave.,
Milton; DUI. 3/4/09
Gibbs, Topy A; Male;
40; 7527 Blackjack Cir.,
Navarre; Lewd Lascv
Molest Vic Less 12 YOA
Offender 18 YOA or Older
(5 Cts.), Cruelty Toward
Child Direct Promote
Sexual Performance By
Child (2 Cts.), Obscene
Material-Possess Poss
Photograph of Sexual
Performance by Child (2
Cts.) 2/25/09
Guy, Brandon Lee;
Male; 27;. 3170 Belle
Meade Dr., Pensacola;
Prob Violation-Felony or
Commty Cont. 3/5/09
Silva Justin Alan;
Male; 18; 4826 Guernsey
Rd., Pace; Obscene Com-

munication (2 Cts.) Com-
pile Enter Etc Computer
Porno Re Minor. 3/5/09
Spivey, Kenneth Cole;
Male; 47; 6305 Matdor St.,
Milton; Asslt On Officer
Firefighter EMT Etc, Re-
sist Officer With Violence.
Cobb, Keeton Tennille;
Male; 32; 9360 Nichols
Lake Rd., Milton; Non-
moving Traffic Viol Drive
While Lic Susp Habitual
Offender. 3/5/09
Grubbs, James Lee;
Male; 31; 3685 Bright-
wood Ln., Pace; Dealing
in Stolen Property. 3/5/09
Adams, Bobby Lee;
Male; 52; Kelly Drive,
Destin; Out-Of-State-FRg-
Ref Fugitive from Justice.
Callahan, Margaret
Jeanette; Female; 38;
7655 Lawton St., Pen-
sacola; Prob Violation-
Felony or Commty Cont.
Citarella, Cindy Lee;
Female; 42; 4271 Magno-
lia Crossing Cir., Pace;
Prob Violation-Felony or.
Commty Cont. 3/6/09
Craven, Thomas Wil-.
liam; Male; 33; 35 Falcon
Dr., McMinniville, TN;
Drugs-Possess Cntrl
Sub WO Prescription (19
Cts.), Marijuana-Pos-
sess Not More Than 20
Grams, Narcotic Equip-
Possess And or Use (2
Cts.). 3/7/09
pDay, William Mychal;
Male; 20; 2754 Riverside
Landing Dr., Navarre;
Burgl .Unoccupied Con-
veyanrce Unarmed, Larc
Theft is $300 or More But
Less Than $5000, 3/6/09
Kauffman, Jeremy
Allen; Male; 25; 6244
Morgan Ct., Milton; Fail-
ure to Appear, for Felony
Offense, Battery 2nd or
Subsq Off. 3/8/09'
Melton, Sr., Samu-
el Alan; Male; 36; 6625
Trammel Dr., Milton;
Synth Narcotic-Possess
Wit Sell Mfg or Deliver
Schedule I or II, Drugs-
Possess Meth W Intent to

Sell Manufacture Deliver,
Marijuana-Possess Not
More Than 20 Grams,
Narcotic Equip-Possess
And or Use. 3/7/09
Moore, Donald Edwin;
Male; 25; 4366 Cecilia Ct.,
Pace; Prob Violation-
Felony or Commty Cont,
Nonmoving Traffic Viol
Drive While Lic Susp Ha-
bitual Offender. 3/7/09
Nichols, Julius Shake-
speare;, Male; .17; 6390.
Manassas Ct., Pensacola;
Battery (2 Cts.) On Offi-
cer Firefighter EMT Etc,
Resist Officer (2 Cts.)
With Violence, Fraud-Im-
person False ID Given to
LEO. 3/6/09
Paquette, Paul NMN;
Male; 47; 120 Popler St.,
McMinnvillee, TN; DUI,
Drugs-Possess Cntrl
Sub WO Prescription (20
Payne, Timothy Scott;
Male; 33; 113 Avenida 23,
Pensacola Beach; Prob
Violation-Felony or Com-
mty Cont. 3/6/09 -
Slaytoh, Daniel Eric;
Male; 29; 5441 Gwen Ln.,
Pace; Dealing in Stolen
Property (3 Cts.), Fraud
False Owner Info Pawned
Items Less Than $300 (3
Cts.), .Larc Theft is $300
or More But Less Than
Edmonson, David
Larken; Male; 29; 4255
Wellington Dr.; Pace;
Prob Violation-Felony. No
Date Given.
Koon, Ronely Michael;
Male; 31; 6177 Jays Way,
Milton; Moving Traffic
Viol Reckless Driving 1st
.Off, Flee/Elude Police
Fail to Obey LEO Order
to Stop, Traffic Offense
Fail to Have Req En-
dorsement on DL. 3/6/09
McDuffie, Jamie Ru-
gyauio; Male; 22; 6914
Cedar Ridge, Milton;
Possess Marijuana over
20 Grams. 3/6/09
Patera, Michael An-
thony; Male; 25; 6553
Kennington Cir., Milton;
Possess Marijuana over
2'0 Grams. 3/6/09

Patterson, Derry
Devore; Male; 33; Mari-
juana-Possess With
Intent to Sell Mfg or
Deliver Schedule I, Mari-
juana-Possess Over 20
Grams, Narcotic Equip-
Possess And or Use.
Starnes, David Mi-
chael; Male; 42; 5040
Braxton Ln., Milton;
Reckless Driving, Non-
moving Traffic Viol Drive
While Lic Susp Habitual
Offender, Evidence-De-
stroying Tamper With
or Fabricate Physical.
Thompson, Edward
John; Male; 20; 1854 Iris
Ln., Navarre; Burgl Un-
occupied Conveyance
Unarmed, Larc Theft is
$300 or More But Less
Than $5000. 3/6/09
Wise, Marvie Glen;
Male; 55; 2 Elm Ave SE.,
Ft. Walton Beach; Moving
Traffic Viol Drive on Per-
manently Revoked Driver
License: 3/6/09
Moore, James Wayne;
Male; 44; 6806 Hunt St.,
Milton; DUI Alcohol
or Drugs 2nd Offense.
Tyson. Jr., Charles
Lee; Male; 44; 4407 Chan-
tilly. Way, Milton; Traffic
Offense DUI and Damage
Property, 'Traffic Offense
DUI Alcohol or Drugs 1st
Off. 3/6/09
Mask, Kevin Andrew;
.Male; 21; 2650 Tunnel
Rd., Pace; Traffic Offense
DUI Alcohol or Drugs 1st
Offense, Traffic Offense
DUI and Damage Prop-
erty. 3/7/09
Mertins, Matthew
Brian; Male; 23; 5768 Red
Oak Ln., Milton; DUI.
Spivey, Paul Douglas;
Male; 48; 3953 Diamond
St., Pace; Traffic Offense
DUI Alcohol or Drugs
2nd Off, Traffic Offense
Refuse to Submit to DUI
Test.. 3/8/09
Wallace, Janet Euge-
na; Female; 30; 4955 Bell,
Ridge, Pace; DUI. 3/8/09

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B4 I Santa Rosa's. Press Gazette


Wednesday, March 18, 2009

Prestige Home Centers offering incentives for buyers


As a member of the No-,
bility Homes Factory Out-
let family, Prestige Home
Centers, Inc. established
in the Pace area more than
10 years ago, is backed up
by some 42 years of mo-
bile home manufacturing,
sales, setups, financing,
and all phases of inter-
mittent services related
to making those homes
available to you and your
Located at 5036 High-
way 90 East in the shadow
of the Pace Water System
storage facility in Pea
Ridge (next to CiCi's Piz-
za and the general area
across from WalMart),
Prestige Home Centers,
Inc. has 14 beautiful new
mobile home models
available for your imme-
diate inspection.
But as a word of cau-
tion, they're not for the
feint-hearted. Once you
get inside one and "ex-



David Hutton is the General Manager of Prestige Home Centers, Inc. in Pea Ridge.

perience" how spacious
and luxurious they really
are, you -may just want
to stake your claim right
then and there and begin
the process 'of making it

your own.
General Manager Da-
vid Hutton, who has an
extensive background
and vast experience in
the mobile home indus-

try, has been with Nobility
Homes Factory Outlet for
the last five years. He not
only "knows" the homes
they build, but has a good
command of the compre-

hensive steps it takes to
make one yours!
You see, Nobility
Homes, Prestige. Home
SCenters' parent; company,
has developed a unique
system of "one stop" shop-
ping to make home buying
the ultimate pleasure it
ought to be.
David can walk you
through every step of the
way from choosing your
floor plan
to exploring Our coi
options of fi- employ
nancing and
insurance. stock
Everything a
you need, ers anaL
you'll find vested in
right there
on the lot Custonm
at Prestige
Home Cen- facL
Times David
when living
in a mobile general mana
home were Home Ce
less awe-in-
spiring are long gone! To-
day they're right up there
with., the top of the line
standard and modular fa-
"We are owned and op-
erated by Nobility Homes
which is a public company
traded on the NASDAK
Stock Exchange," David
said. "Our company's em-
ployees are stock holders
and have a vested interest
in customer satisfaction."
Nobility Homes is\
based out of Ocala, Flori-
da and has the honor and
. satisfaction to have sold
at least 49,000 homes ovei
the past 40 years through-
out the State of Florida.
"We are also a debt free
company," David contin-
ued, "and this rock-solid
reputation, along with the
42 years of experience
in the industry, assures
customers that we will
be here if they ever need
Couple these features
with the fact that Nobility
is part owner of an insur-
ance company specializ-
ing in mobile and modular
housing, and you have the
complete equation that
spells. out the "one-stop"
designation that the cus-
tomer can' expect when
they buy from Prestige
Home Centers, Inc.
This comprehensive
setup which they offer
the customer results in
a. much less expensive
proposition when it come
to the bottom line. As the
manufacturer, the seller,
the finaricer, and the in-
surer, there is no middle
men to siphon off the dol-
lars that the customers,
in turn,, can invest in the
home of their choice.
There are 14 different
models on the lot featur-
-ing choices of two, three,.
four, and five bedroom
floor plans. The most at-
tractive part of the floor
plans are that they, them-
selves, are mobile. They

can be adjusted to suit the
customer's fancy.
And as far as the other
features such as floors,
walls, partitions, ceilings,
etc., they can be textured
and colored to suit the
There are cedar log
homes and modular
homes available, and the
options that are available
in each model are almost
unbelievable. Some of
the most popular options
include cedar log sid-
ing, insulated windows,
screened in porch, sliding
glass doors, solar. tubes,
and fire places, just to
name a few.
"We build your new
home with the options you
want," David said. "We
can assure the customer
of the best selection of ex-
tras in the industry." And
with floor plans 'from 850
to 2650 square feet, you
can't quarrel* with the di-
mensions available.
The Land-Home Pack-
age is a popular choice,
also. "You can buy a brand
new Home and Land Pack-
age with only $500 down,"
David explained. Most
who qualify would have a
steady job, around a 580 or
higher credit score, and a
fairly clean
credit his-
mpanys tory for the
lees are preceding
12 months.
hold- "We of-
fer you the
nhave a financing
interest in you need
for both the
er satis- home and
the proper-
ion. ty. The $500
down with
Hutton approved
credit can
ger of Prestige. get the ball
enters, Ifl. rolling, and

we can take
your 'appli-
cation on the phone," Da-
vid said.
The news and informa-
tion just continue to 'get
more exciting! You can
buy a new home with no
money down if you own
your own real estate. You
can be approved with your
land as a down payment.
These programs pres-
ent you with the oppor-
tunity to own the home
of your dreams through
programs you might have
never dreamed about!
And listen to this! Every-
one who qualifies will re-
ceive a fixed interest rate
of around seven percent.
' And in the event you
didn't realize it, these
homes qualify for the
$8,000 first time home
buying stimulus program,
David explained. This tax
credit can be up to 10 per-
cent of the home's value
with a cap at $8,000, "...
andthat money never has
to be paid back!" David
There are just too many
different items and situa-
tions, to collect and pres-
ent here. Just go by the
lot or call David at (850)
994-3864, and he'will be
able to discuss any details
or answer any questions
you may have regarding
what ,they have to offer.
Business hours are
9 a.m. to 6 p.m. Monday
through Friday; 9 a.m. to 5
p.m. on Saturday: and yes,
they have provided Sun-
day hours from 12 noon to
5 p.m.. for those who can't
get by on the other six
,days of the week.
You can also access
their web site at www. to find some
beautiful illustrations in
color of the outside and
interiors of the homes
they build.
"Our goal is to meet all
your housing needs," Da-
vid concluded.
"How can we help

SCia;iiea i Di,.play I M~,o Daili

The key to advertising success

1 -866-742-1373.,


Find it online at

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Wednesday, March 18, 2009


Santa Rosa's Press Gazette I BS.

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Divorce'149, Wills 130
Name Change 149
St. Augustine e
Farn iret Worksheet (850) 434.7524
WeDeliver 1850N."W"St
434-0066 (1blk. N. of Flea Markel) j

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Child carq in my
home. 12 months up.
USDA Food Program.
Ask Deborah 623-8130.

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

*24 HourTruck Rental
S*Dirt & Rock Sales
*Fill Dirt/Clay
*Brown Dirt

Dependable lady
will clean house, sft
with shut-ins and
run errands. Refer-
ences. 994-7570

I am a Certified Patient
Care Tech. and
a Certified Med
Asst. Flex schedules
available. Call '
Jesus and the elderly
are my life.

Coker's Lawn &
Tractor Service
From trimming to tractor
work. Clean-ups, raking,
hauling, mowing,
bushhogging, dirt work.
Reasonable rates.

QI? WL~ 1j~e Ott8

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Affordable Lawn Care
and Maintenan ce.
Free estimates.
Call us today
Mike Pickard, Sr.
850-616 6914

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


-unveway ivameria. freeestimates."
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Cell 850-698-4920 850)485-7977 IS HERE!
Owner Operator Licensed & Insured. Repair your screens.
SFREE Estimates.
Work on site.
E. DOIUS Bill The Screenman
DOUG'S 995-0719
Caregiver of 30 y., Full Lawn Maintenance TNT Metal
seeking new position i Mowing & edging Buildings
due to a death. Have trimming bushe s,
references and eager tractorwark, spreading Will match
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Thanks, Joyce Littles owned. 623-5370 or (850)983-2296
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( [- TORS or demands against'
decedent's estate must
The administration of file their claims with this
the estate of NORMAN court WITHIN 3
1100- Legal Advertising death was December PUBLICATION OF
110 Classified Noticesi 26, 2008, is pending in THIS NOTICE.
1110-Public Notices/ the Circuit Court for ALL CLAIMS NOT
Announcements Santa Rosa County, FILED WITHIN THE
1125- Carpools & Florida, Probate Divi- TIME PERIODS SET
Rideshare sion,. the address of FORTH IN SECTION
1130 -Adoptions which is 6865 S.W. 743.702 OF THE FLOR-
1140 Happy Ads Caroline Street, Milton, IDA PROBATE CODE
1150 Personals Florida 32570. The WILL BE FOREVER,
1160- Lost names and addresses BARRED.
1170-Found of the personal repre- NOTWITHSTANDING
sentative and the per- THE TIME PERIODS
sonal representative's SET FORTH ABOVE,
attorney mare set forth ANY CLAIM FILED
below. TWO (2) YEARS OR
All creditors of the de- MORE. AFTER THE
cedent and other per- DECEDENT'S DATE OF
L sons having claims or DEATH IS BARRED.
Legal 3/319 demands against The date of first publi-
IN THE CIRCUIT decedent's estate on cation of this notice is
IN THE CIRCUIT whom a copy of this March 11,2009.
COURT FOR SANTA notice is required to be
ROSA COUNTY, served must file their Attorney for Personal
FLORIDA PROBATE claims with this court Representative:
57-2009-CP-22 THE TIME OF THE Florida Bar No. 055433
Division B FIRST PUBLICATION 445 E. Government
IN RE: ESTATE OF 30 DAYS AFTER THE Pensacola, Florida
NORMAN S. OLSON, A COPY OF THIS NO- Telephone: (850)
SR. TICE ON THEM. 298-8877-
Deceased.All other creditors of-
Deceased the decedent and other Personal Representa-'
NOTICE TO CREDI- persons having claims tive:



H. W B., a female
KAREN A. child, born in Santa
CLEVELAND-MORELLI Rosa County, Florida,
P.O. Box 10062 by the Department of
Pensacola, Florida Children and Family
32524 Services, for subse-
quent adoption,. and
031109 you are hereby com-
031809 handed to be and ap-
3/319 pear before the Honor-
able Marci L. Good-
man, Judge of the Cir-
cuit Court in and for
Leg-.13/320e Santa Rosa County,
Legal 3/320 Florida, at the Santa
Rosa County Court-
IN THE. CIRCUIT house 6865 Caroline
COURT IN AND FOR Street, Milton, FL
SANTA ROSA 32570, on the 16th day
COUNTY, FLORIDA of April, 2009 at .9:00
JUVENILE DIVISION a.m..You must either
CASE NO. appear on the date and
99-DEP-315 at the time specified or
send a written re-
IN THE INTEREST OF: sponse to the Court
H. W. B. 11/30/1997 prior to that time.
TO: Sandra Michelle AS A CONSENT TO
Mother of: H. W. B., a YOU SHALL .PEFMA-
minor child I NENTLY LOSE ALL LE-
DOB: 11/30/1997 GAL RIGHTS AS A
under oath has been NATION OF PAREN-
filed in the above styled TAL RIGHTS.
Court for the termina-
tion of parental rights of

Nr7ieork OThie

aes 14L*


i23-2120 for details

'5100 5110

Wednesday, March 18, 2009

RhI Virinfr 4n-ri'qPr~ccs GozecsI4

WITNESS my hand as Is In the custody o the
the Clerk of said, Court Santa Rosa County
and the Seal thereof, Sheriff's Office, In Santa
this 2. day of March, Rosa County, Florida,
2009. and a Complaint for Fi-
nal Judgment of Forfel-
CLERK OF COURT ture pertaining thereto
SANTA ROSA has been' filed in the
COUNTY, FLORIDA above styled cause.
SEAL Dated this 6th day of
By: Nickl Norton March 2009.
Deputy Clerk
deputy rk /s/ Laura Nye
031809 Florida Bar No.:
032509. 487236
040109 Lindsay & Andrews,
3/320P. RA.

521 8 WillingE
Milton, Floric
(850) 623-32
S Fax (850) 62
Legal 3/353 Attorney for
Case No. 09 443 CA
IN RE: The Forfeiture Legal 3/354
'of: ..

One 2003 Ford Pick Up
D E F E N D -

TO: James Plerrilus,
2357 Mary Anne Circle,
Navarre, Florida 32566;
and Leah Plerrilus,
2357 Mary Anne Circle,
Navarre, Florida' 32566,
and all persons who
claim an Interest in one
2003 Ford Pick Up
Truck, VIN #
1 FTRW07613KA58045,
which,was seized on or
about January 23, 2009
at 936Q Navarre Park-
way, Navarre, Florida
32566 in Santa Rosa
County. Said property

Please be advised that
on the 14th, day of
'April, 2009 at 5:01
p.m., CDT, at the City
Council meeting room
at the City Hall at 6738
Dixon Street, in the City
of Milton, Florida, there
will be proposed for en-
actment an Ordinance
whose title Is 'as fol-

NANCE NO. 1237-07,

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&. -'.., - -, Lan'-ei 2ng,,n. .,

Tree & Stump Removall

F Debns Removal & Storm Clean-Up
Bush Hogging & Discing. Dirt Work
Demolition & Hauling
Land Clearing & Backhoe Work

516-1801 or 675-4291
,I Lrr.s & ns ur..d 'a I


.This Ordinance Is on
file in the City Clerk's
office for inspection.
Any interested party
may appear at the
meeting and be heard
with respect to the pro-
posed Ordinance.
"TTl. LII C Uh, d.a ,f

I rtS I h LI S the 12t ui y oU
Ia 32570 March, 2009.
200 -
3-0104 Dewitt Nobles
Plaintiff City Clerk
Circuit Court Seal

This Ordinance is on
file in the City Clerk's
office for Inspection.
Any interested party
may' appear at the
meeting and' be heard
with respect to the pro-
posed Ordinance.
his the 12th day of
March 2009nQ

Dewit Nobles
City Clerk

Legal 3/355 031809 .



Amount to .towing .is
$225.00, Lien Filing
Fee of $300.00, -Stor-
age Charges of $0 as
of MARCH 12, .2009,
plus additional storage
fee of $0 per day plus
sales tax.
This said sale will be
held on APRIL 10, 2009
at 10:00 AM.

If the owner cares to re-
cover said vehicle they
may bring the amount
of the charges in cash
only before the date of
sale to Ken's Paint &
Body and the vehicle
will be surrendered 'to
them. This sale is In ac-
cordance with FL.
Statue 713.78,

cent Godwin which
consist of miscellane-
ous furniture and
household items. The
sale will take place on
April 3 and 4, 2009 be-
ginning at 8:00 a.m. at
Milton Storage Center,
6065 Vanity Fair' Road,
Milton, FL 32570. Call
626-6212 for informa-

WALLACE 031809
54 MORENO CT 032809
PENSACOLA, FL 32501 3/358

Amount to towing is
$360.00, Lien Filing'
Fee of $300.00, Stor-
age Charges of $0 as
of MARCH 12, 2009,
plus additional storage
fee of $0 per day plus
sales, tax.
This said sale
held on APRIL 10, 2009
at 10:00 AM.
If the owner cares to re-
cover said vehicle 'they
may bring the amount
of the charges In cash
only before the date of
sale 'to Ken's Paint &

Black with brown
patches. (TORTIE).
If found, please
telephone (850)

NOTIu SALE 031809 Body and the vehicle
Please be advised that 031809 will be surrendered to e
on the 14th day of To be sold for the lien 3/356 them. This sale Is in ac-
April, 2009 at 5:01 owed for charges of .. cordance with FL.
p.m., CDT, at the City towing and storage.,-- Statue 713,78 2100'-Pets
Council meeting room The vehicle willbe sold Statue 712110-78ets: Free to
at the City Hall at 6738 to the highest bidder to Legal 3/357 031809 Good Home
Dixon Street, In the City satisfy the, lien on the 031809 2120-PeatSupplies
of Milton, Florida, there vehicle. The sale will be NOTICE OF SALE 3 2130 Farm Animals/
will be proposed for en- held at Ken's Paint & supplies
actment an' Ordinance Body 4074 Avalon To be sold for the lien 2140 Pets/Livestock
whosq title Is as fol- Blvd., Milton In Santa owed for, charges of Wanted
lows: Rosa County In the towing and storage. 2150 PetMemorials
State of Florida. The vehicle will be sold Legal 3/358
ORDINANCE -NO. Vh to the highest bidder to
1309-09 The following Vehl- satisfy the lien on the LegalNotlce
cle(s) are/is being held vehicle. The sale, will be
AN ORDINANCE OF for the. above claimed held at Ken's Paint & Milton Storage Center 2100 .
THE CITY OF MILTON lien: Body 4074 Avalon 'will be selling the con-
AMENDING THE CITY ,. Blvd., Milton in Santa tents of storage units German Shepherd
OF MILTON PENSION Year .1995 Make ISU Rosa County in the 182 & 183 Robert puppies. Full blooded.
PLAN FOR GENERAL Model SW State of Florida. Hoban, unit 264 Myron $100 -$150
EM P L O Y E E S V I ,N # Flowers, unit 238 Lola 334-388-4414
ADOPTED PURSU- JACDJ58V2S7914934 The following Vehi- Long and unit 217 Vin-

Sat., March 21st @IP.M.
1 Preview 1'A.M.
Suntil1 IP.M. Day of Sale
Partial Listing
a Lots of furniture (antique &
modem), many pieces of
glassware, Pottery.& China,
collectibles, primitives, linens,
wardrobes, mahogany 4 poster
L bed, wicker dining table w/6.
". 411 chairs, pressed back rockers;,
"Duncan-Phyfe game table,
". mahoganyny what not shelf,

S R V IC E treadle sewing machine, col-
P I \ ,'" >lection.ofeLe gray granite
Sand red & white porcelain
( pieces, QOLquilt lops, tool
*boxes, projector screens, box
m I I,1.. "" lots & MUCH MORE!
I r lI I jTerms: Cash orCheck w/

i.T 4, .For more information phone

Buildings / Garages 1 800-~.A345-8688 | 50) 723-7838 or
ScAll Soeer- Constrction Long

FREE Delivery / Setup

SiAnchors FISH DAY
S Now(BRs The Time For Stocking
AGE 4-6"& 6-8 Channel Catfish
If '^ '^ largemouth Bass
B nrBlack 'Crappie (If Available)

y .- < +** Bluegill (Coppernose & Hybrid)
Coker's Lawn & .Redear
Tractor S rvice Wh outh of WhiWh Amur Grass CarpFiel
l Steel Consg to tractor work
Bushhogging Dirt Work ai adn n
S. 97on., 9White Amur Grass Carpt m.
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Brand name Pillowtop
set, King, in plastic,- w/ 41 I
warranty. Delivery avail.
$209. 850 471-0330. -. DRIVER TRAINEES
SDrivers being hired
and trained locally for
3230 vWerner Enterprises.
No exp. Needed.
2 bedrooms with front 1-866-280-5309
kitchen. Total electric; ________
$350 month. East Gate
Mobile Home Ranch HOLIDAY INN
850-626-8973 EXPRESS
Part time, front desk.
LARGE.YARD SALE Experience required.
Two families. Only serious appli-
Sat., March 21 cants may apply.
7am until 1pm Apply in person at
5449 AND 5430 Pine Holiday Inn Express,
Barron Road, Milton 8510 Keshav
(Berryhill to Ander- Taylor Dr., Milton.
son) Furniture, crys- (Intersection of Hwy
tal, DVD's, electron- 87 and 1-10. Exit 31)
ics, household and No phone calls,
much more! please.

Many Hard To Find Finches

Mustache Parakeet
We Carry
Top Quality Bird Food
Essential Harvest (Daily Greens)
Morning Bird, Avitech, Vetafarm
Mon, Tues, Thurs, Fri & Sat- 9-4
Closed Sunday & Wednesday

5186 HwY 90
PACE, FL 32571
(Across from Lowe's) "


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cle(s) are/is being held
The registered and/or for the above claimed
legal owners are: lien:
1510 W. GONZALEZ V I N #
325017 The registered and/or
legal owners are:

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

About 3 years old.
(looks and runs
like run) $50
981-8146 or cell
(850) 251-1019
Milton, FL

100% All new Queen
Pillowtop set. New.
.Warranty. Can deliver.
$165 850-471-0330
A Brand New Full Mat-
tress w/box in plastic.
Warranty. $125. Can
Deliver n850-471-0330nn

Thurs & Fri. 7 a.m.
6716 Tyler Dr. Vintage
collectibles and misc.
Pine Blosson to
Cherokee. 1st left.
March 21st
8am until 2pm
7716 Needlerush Dr.
E. Milton
No early birds, please

Yard/Estate Sale. Sat-
urday March 21 starting
at 8 a.m. 5406 E.
Avenida deGolf, Pace.
Furniture, small appli-
ances, household
goods, tools, etc.

| 3300
Wanted Bahal field to
cut for sod.
(850) 336-8050

5 to 10 acres
(with or w/out home)
Owner financing.

4100 Help Wanted
4110 Restaurants/Clubs
4120 Sales
4130 Employment




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Wednesday. March 18, 2009


Santa Rosa's Press Gazette I B7

4108110 40
installation Mainte- Milton 2BR/1Bath Brick
Installation Matnte- 2 plex all c/t flooring, bedAW
nance and Repair. stove, fridge, D/W, 1 bedroom.
General Hotel main- fenced'.yard, patio Id $535 mo, $500 dep.
tenpnce, some elec- rm non-smoking unit 3649 Scoggins Street
trical, plumbing and $545/mo 850-626-2928 Blumac Realty
painting, Apply in -t 981-1631
arson, Holiday Inn Milton
express Milton. 8510 Emerald Sands Pace
Keashav Taylor off of 2/BR 1/BA, Walking 1700 af. on Ig lot. 3/2
Hwy 87. No phone distance to milton. w/office & extra space
calls, please; No Dogs $550 ( 1/2 above double garage.
off with coupon) plus Fenced yard. 4022
Milton Company now $350 deposit Overlook Cir. $900 mo,
hiring for phone sales. 712-9968 900 dep. ($200 pet)
Hourly rate plus corn- 698-8337, lv message
mission. Excellent op- Milton Pace
portunity. Non-smoking Off Avalon Blvd. 3/2 brick house. Out
environment. 698-5951 2/BR 1/BA, catheral building, privacy fence
MYSTERY SHOPPERS ceilings, Lge kitchen, and 2 car garage. $900
Earn up to $150.00 a laundry room. No month, $600 deposit.
day. Under cover shop- Dogs $600 (1/2 off (850)255-2590
pers needed to judge with coupon) plus Pace
retail and dining estab- $350 dep 712-9968 NORTH HARBOR
lishments. Experience P 1" SUBDIVISION
not required., please 3971 High Bridge Dr
call 1-877-679-6772 Off Avalon Blvd. 3Br, 2Ba. $1150-mo.
.- -- 2/BR 2/BA witl laun- Call Barrqns Realty,
/*./., ....."... dryroom. Up stairs 850-934-2588
S with balcony. Water
$650 (1/2 off with
coupon) plus $350 oleo,
- deposit.1 712-9968 Mllton $100 a week in-
W N O N cludes utilities.Have
NEW8AND5MODERN cats. References re-
D Duplex. 2/2,1 argar- quired. (850) 549-6773
5Iage. (Near Whitoing .
S0 orp-slness Field) $585 month, Room for Rent on
OporunlEtan $585 sec. dep. Call Friendly Street Near
110 -Mney Lend on CubleRealty shoppingenters
626-8959 or 377-6787 Furnished, Cable TV,
14LU 14110 -NEW CARPET, VERY king:size bed. $400
b n 17oso D CLEAN.' 1 bedroom, month. 994-0046
Non-s mokiNon-smoking env. No
Q Work from home pets. $500 month, $250 p .
onlinel Earn as you dep. (incl. water & gar- n
Learn Free TrainingI bage). 626-0366 S
Call 888-482-5756 Pace170
or visit www.wfh. 2/1-Across from Home 6166 Carroll Road. Depot. $525 month, Updated 2/1 with
$350 dsp. 623-5062 CH & A. Non-smoking
Pace environment. No pets.
10 PJ$450 month. $300
All utilities Included.edem. 5477h5$0
1 H e 2bd,1 &1/2ba. Split. dep. 572-247S 7
150 'I Wan"' level. Washer/dryer 2/1 on Avalon Blvd.
St hook- ups. 324-3826 626-8973aB n
WATERFRONT Clean double wide, 3/2
2/2 ,newly remodeled. $600' OR 2/1 $400.
S$850 month, $350 dep. $300 dep. Water & gar-
S,623-5062- bage incl. No pets.
8100 Business/ 675-6614
110 -Apartmenls u. 'Jay/Milton/Piqe
6120 -Beach Rtentois ,aRo Rentals 2 & 3 bed-
1-e h ,ans 6 231140077
130 Condorownhouse rooms. $400-$650 per
614D -House Rahtals *3/1 Home 4641 Geri month. Section 8/Hud
6150- Roommate Wanted St inMilton$8 accepted. 994-5703
1oe160 -Rooms for Rent, St in Milton $800.
6170 Mobile Home/Lot *3/2 Home.5476 Oak Milton (Bruce Lane)
6180 Out-of-Town Rentals Meadows in. Milton Includes water, garbage
6190- Timeshare Rentals $1150. and lawh service.
6200 Vacation Rentals *4/3 Mobile Home 2/2 for $450 month.
9573 S Trace Rd. in 2/2 for $350/month
-- East MiltoT $900. Call 698-4582
*2/1 Home 6737 Ven-
Mdcl6100 tura Blvd in Milton Milton
,Milton ,- $400. 2/2 mobile home for
Mlo" mercea b ail A *2/2 Mobile Home rent. 4429 Basswood.
Commercial building 6561 Renee Cir in $525 per month.
for rent. Located on Milton $575 Blumac Realty
Stewart Street. 5 offices Santa RosaRealy 981-1631
with reception area and 623-00o77 _______saRatyM1-
receiving room W ill .... pw.
consider renting unit asM ----- 3Milton -
a whole or individual CARDINAL REALTY R.IEN. HBEt.. .$3
offices. Rent based on & INVESTMENTS RENT B en $300
space that you need. offer property man- 6& $400 a month.-
Recently renovated. In- agement fullservices. .983-7259, 368-7506
ternet accessible. Call Mary Padgett Milton .
255-4004 9940666 Quiet park. Large 3
a pMilton t t F bedrooms, 2 bath.,
Medlcal/to ,r . COMPLETELY $595 plus dep.'
f ic aspire al UPDATED-3/2 n Non-smoking environ-
offee spaces) avaia- All electric, brick home. ment. No pets. HUD
ble. All recently reno- 6415 Misty Lake Drive. OK 626-1552
ated. Excellent lca- Great in-town location
tion, near Santa Rosa with the feel of country Mllton-Quiet Park-New
Medical Center. Van- living. No pets. Lease/ two bedrooms, two -
ous office sizes. Offices Ref req. 850-593-6015 bath-$545 plus deposit.
from $295 'and up. Utili- after 5I Non-smoking environ-
ties included., Second ment, no pets. r UD OK
months rent. FREE.Milton 3/2,.'1 car gar- 626-1552
25.5-4Q4 ... age.$750-month. North Milton
H .a..a y $600 deposit 6605"& 2/2 Mobile Home on
....t s 6610 Wesdon Court private lot. 4252 mor-
*"1111s Mi' Blumac Realty gan court. Total Elec-
S s110, I 981-1631 trick. $475/rent,
1 Bedroom unfurnished itn $200/dep. No pets. Bay
,-,r d$ adGreatCrortMilton Crest Rea,
apartments. Greatf.m 3/2 with Florida room. 994-7918 ty
Seniors. $375 month Fenced in yard, stor-9-791
plus deposit. 623-8875 pa e. . Pace
if no answer.please screened in pool and 2 2/1 Mobile Home in'
call 983-3471 large'arports.Well, fo'r park, water & garbage
. Duplex-2Bd, 1Ba In- ad.7$550de,- $800 furnished. $450/rent
cludes WS&G, W/D ilto trick, no pets. Bay Crest
hookups, CH/A. pets MiBn/.. Realty
I o k w /deposit.f I_ _ __.,_,_.. 4 -9
S$495/mo+dd- $45'mo/$4dep Cen-.994-7918
6587 LeeSt. Apt A tral H/A, W/D hook-up, Pace
623-4811/564-5159 new windows. 3/2 with large yard.
623-4156 9 6731 West Walker $650 month plus sec.',
Street (904)272-5757 dep. 324-2097
Milton Milton S. Airport Road
1/BR furnished parti- 6437 Eva Street 2/2, 14X70 on large lot.
tial until paid No dogs. 3/1-Central heat & air. $585 month, $350 dep.
Has laundryroom, in Washer/dryer hook up 623-5062
ground swimming No Dogs. $650 month, West Mlton
pool, in walking dis- $500 dep. 748-1819 R /BA on Private
tres'aants, etc 600 Milton lot. Total electric, no
1/r rwinhcou'on, Like New pets. 5133 Ridgeway
/ of thdeosuit 3/2 w/garage. Blvd. $625/mth
S Emrald Sands $895 rth-$800 dep. $300/dep. Bay Crest
S "712-9968 Pets considered Realty
L ".. .-- 501-0273 or 529-7899 994-7918

7100 Ilomes
7105 Open Houses
7110- Beach Home/
7120 Commercial
7130 Condo/Townhouse
7140 Farms & Ranches
7150 Lots and Acreage
7160- Mobile Homes
7170 Waterfront
7180 Investment
7190 Out-of-Town
Real Estate
7200 Timeshare


Bank Owned Prop-
ertles' Free Lists
Cellstate Gulfcoast
Realty 850-472-2500

6439 Appaloosa Ave.
Remodeled, 3/2, 1216
sql ft. $96,500'

Ft. Waltonr
602 Mponey
Beautiful brick 3 br, 2
ba, 2 cg. Close to
bases on quiet half
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. $294,900. Call
850 226-6754

2 story, 4 br, 2'/2 ba,
2150sf home on large
natural lot. 9' ceilings,
separate living & dining
rooms, eat-in kitchen.
Lg. whirlpool tub and
separate shower in
master bath. Beautiful,
quiet waterfront- neigh-
borhood. Priced to sell
at the reduced price of
$246,350.. Call 850
685-8048 leave msg.

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7100 7160 ,
New Govern- '
ment Financing
Why rent when you Program!
can buy? On all 3 or 4 'Bed-
No down payment, rooms! Rates as low as RE RIONA
Annl Tompklns 4.75%. No Credit orI .CREAWT
Cardinal Realty. Bad Credit OKI Call 8100- Antique & Colle
850-637-5611 Clayton Homes: 110-Cars u,,
8120- Sports UtilityV,
850-682-3344 8130 -Trucks
S8_____ Owner Finance 15o- Commercial
3Br, 2Ba, finished 8160 Motorcycles
drywall, built on 8170 Auto Parts
porches. Loaded for. & Accessories
^ SB ^ only. $600mo. Call 8210 Boats
683-0856 for details. 220 Personal Wates
I_7150 I_ 8240 Sailboats
708240 Boat & Marine

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

5 to 10 acres
.(with or w/out home)
Owner financing.




2003 BMW 5301. Silver
W/Black leather. AT. 1
owner. Serviced by
BMW. Sunroof, CD
Changer & Winter
package. Low miles.

for junk cars
or trucks.
Running or not.
Call: 983-9527


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

Jeep Rubicon
6 speed manual, 29K
mi, ext war, CD
changer, satellite radio,
white w/ blk soft top
(619) 204-1406

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DEAL? 1 8340
Navarre- TH 3 br, 2.5 2007 Winnebago As-
be, 1 cg, with deeded pect Lke new (still Has
boat slip on East Bay, A new car smell)Only
1576sf, new carpet & 1,047 miles. Gave
paint $150K CallJune D t $80,000. Sacrifice tor
blilman at Wayne Pat- DoYour Part Dont Litter. $45,000 OBO.
ton Realty, 244-5143 -- 675-3623

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From 60,9OO to ,136,900
A sample of our hums...
Sq ft Price ISq ft -Price
Bellehaven 1040 .60,900 Lexington 1812 %90,400
Chadwick 1149 164,600 Pinebrook. 1833 102,200
Stratford 1257 p69,500 Townsen 1691 193,100
Norwood 1341 74,500 Fleetwood 1949 S96,800
Mayfair 1418 75,200 Executive- 2215 112,900
Hampton. 1525 178,700 Regency 2495 -136,900
York 1622 ?85,200 2&3 BDR Duplex's available
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8245 Boat Slips & Docks.
8310- Aircraft/Aviation
8320 ATV/Off Road Vehicles
8330 Campers & Trailers
8340 Motorhories

Jerry Mitchell
General Sales Manager
98 Chevy Silverado Ext Cab

Ls Pkg ........ .. 4,988

96 Chevy 3500 Dually

454 5-spA/C ....1.6,988

89 Dodge Dakota .1,988

03 Ford F-250 Reg Cab

V-8 Auto A/C ...... .6,988

04 Ford F150 Reg Cab

V-8 Auto A/C ......... .7,988

04 Chevy Silverado Ext Cab

LS V-8 Auto A/C. .. $9,988

01 F-250 Ford Crew Cab Larait

Leather 4x4 7.3 Diesel

Must See.......... 15,988

00 Ford Cargo Van 13,988

98 GMC Cargo Van $2,988

00 Toyota Avalon XL

Loaded ........... 6,988

00 Toyota Avalon XLS

Loaded ......... ...7,988

05 Pontiac Vibe . .$7,650

08 Buick LaCrosse CXL

Loaded Leather 22k . 6,988

08 Honda Accord

2 Dr Loaded 20k .$23,988

05 Ford F-150 4x4 XLT

Super Cab 53k Sharp $15,988

04 PT Cruiser

Turbo Clean... ..... 7,988


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