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" WEDNESDAY

'September 26, 2007


Escambia offers



a road funding



alternative plan

1 Plan comes in wake of Santa Rosa
Commissioners' vote to leave TPO


By DUSTY RICKETTS
Florida Freedom Newspapers
MILTON - An Escambia
County commissioner met
with his Santa Rosa counter-
parts Monday to discuss a new
way to fund transportation
improvements rather than
fighting over funding.
Escambia Commissioner
Gene Valentino said the cur-
rent system - where counties
and the state determine top
projects that are then complet-
ed as funding is allocated - is
not working. Between Santa
Rosa, Escambia, Okaloosa
and Walton counties, about 50
road projects have been identi-
fied, but they would cost an
estimated $1.5 billion.
That has led to the coun-
ties fighting one another over
scraps of money the state has
released, Valentino said.
"We can't have county
commissioners from each
county going to a meeting and
kicking each other in the
knees," Valentino told Santa
Rosa commissioners at their
Monday meeting. "It's inap-
propriate, and it's not in the
best interests of our resi-
dents."
Valentino's proposal,
which he has worked on for
about 10 months, would see
the four counties form a
Regional Transportation
Finance Authority. Rather
than using the annual state-
allocated funding for one or


Santa Rosa County
Commissioner Don Salter first
questioned about where the
money went which was to help
ease traffic concerns along the
Highway 98 corridor.
two top projects, the counties
would bond the money to pay
for several projects at a time
and use the state money to pay
off the debt service from the
bond, Valentino said.
The idea was well
received in Santa Rosa.
Commissioner Tom Stewart
said he liked the idea of com-
pleting projects at today's
costs while paying for them
tomorrow;
"If we wait (to build), it's
going to cost more," Stewart
said. "I'm with you on the
concept."
Valentino will present his
idea to commissioners in
Okaloosa and Walton counties
before additional planning
moves forward.


Jay farmers, Steve Godwin (on tractor) and Dexter Hunter, were both issued tickets for $1000 by the Department of Transportation
last week for operating their farm equipment on public roads. During harvest season farmers frequently use thoroughfares like
Highway 4 to' gain access to their fields. The actions of the DOT have caused production to slow, as farmers anxious to bring in the
crop have become fearful of moving their vehicles. Godwin says this is costing the farmers precious time and puts their yield in dan-
ger.
Press Gazette photo by Ryan Arvay



Farmers yeild to DOT


By RYAN ARVAY
Press Gazette Staff Writer
Already facing a tough
year given the recent
drought, farmers in Jay have
encountered .,iiii, n,, set back..
As.recently as last week
the Department of
Transportation has been issu-
ing hefty citations to .some
local farmers for operating
their tractors and equipment
on local highways.
Travis Kelley, Executive
Director of the Santa Rosa
County Farm Service
Agency, says that such activ-


ity is normal for this time of
year as farmers go from field
to field harvesting their
crops.
Steve Godwin, who
grows peanuts and cotton, is
one of the farmers that
received a $1000 fine for
doing what he says he has
done his whole life.
He says, " this time of
year you can't go three miles
without seeing some type of
machinery [on the road]."
Steve Park, Regional
Commander for DOT's
Mobile Carrier Compliance
Office, says DOT agents are
enforcing Florida statute
316-515-5A, which stipulates
the appropriate width, height,
and length of vehicles on
public roads.
According to the DOT,
the farmer's tractors, and
their implements, are violat-
ing the width parameters set
by the statute, which indi-


cates anything over 130 inch-
es wide requires a permit for
road travel.
Park points out that the
allowance of 130 inches is a
special exemption for agri-
cultural equipment.
However, Godwin says
his tractor is 163 inches by
itself, already too wide with-
out a permit. Not to mention
the equipment he tows
behind it, such as peanut
pickers and diggers, the larg-
er of the two measuring 240
inches wide.
DOT offers a yearly per-
mit for oversized vehicles,
however, anything over 170
inches requires a "one-trip
permit", or temporary permit,
which Park says lasts only
five to ten days.
"Harvest season lasts
three months," declares
Godwin, who says it would
just be too costly to permit all
his machines at harvest sea-


son, during which he and his
crew are out on the road
everyday.
Godwin, who works with
his father, farms a combined
total of 1700 acres between
the two of them - far too
much land, he asserts, to
access without use of the
main highway.
He explains that not all
the fields in the vicinity are
his. "You can't drive through
someone else's field, just like
you can't drive through
someone else's yard."
It is not just the fine he
incurred or the cost of per-
mits that Godwin worries
about, but his crop.
The recent activities of
the DOT have shut down sev-
eral farms in the area because
the owners are scared they'll
get cited. A dilemma which
Godwin says can potentially
damage the crop.
See FARMERS Page 8A


Charges are unfounded


0 PE student accused Jay football
Press Gazette Staff Report T h e ..
Charges will not be filed veteran ..
against Jay High School teacher .'
teacher and athletic director, and coach i
Elijah Bell, stemming from an was also
alleged incident on Sept. 13. accused of "
Bell was accused of bat- using pro-
tery by a 13-year-old student fanity.
following a mixup over anoth- L a t e ;
er student's missing shirt. Mond a y
A written complaint filed afternoon,
by the student stated Bell, Assistant
"Grabbed a fistful of my uni- S t a t e Bell
form and pushed me violently Attorney
into the locker." Harmon Massey issued a


DISCOVER THE AREA: tu"
DO Romney stumps in Milton

0 A Presidental candidate's son is on the trail
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www.EmeraldCoast.com


A Freedom paper


Printed on
recycled
paper




II Jim Fletcher,
Assist. Publisher
623-2120
fletcher@
M.1.I sr-pg.com


Press Gazette Staff Writer
With the race for the
White House in high gear,
candidates are criss-crossing
the country in an effort to get
their message to the people.
Josh Romney, son of
Republican Presidential nomi-
nee aspirant, Mitt Romney,
was in Santa Rosa County on
Friday, campaigning for his
dad - the former governor of
Massachusetts.
The governor has five


sUons, IULmost oU wIL cu are on t
campaign trail around the US.
Josh, the middle son, and
the "Mitt Mobile," were at the
Santa Rosa Republican head-
quarters in downtown Milton
to discuss the governor's
"Strategy for a Stronger
America."
The stop was part of a
state-wide tour, with the goal
of visiting all 67 counties in
Florida by January 29, 2008.
Josh Romney's visit to the
panhandle comes just weeks


coach of battery
release stating a review of the
Sept. 13 incident does not sub-
stantiate the student's com-
plaint.
During the investigation,
Bell was not suspended or
relieved of any duties at the
high school according to Jay
High School Principal Dale
Westmoreland.
"This was investigated by
two different school resource
officers and the state attor-
ney's office, and there was
See BELL Page 8A


counties in Iowa, where his
father won the Ames straw
poll.
See ROMNEY Page 8A
Josh Romney, son of presiden-
tial aspirant Mitt Romney,
stands in front of the
Republican Headquarter in
downtown Milton, Friday. The
traveling campaign bus visited
Santa Rosa County as part of a
statewide tour of all 67 coun-
ties in Florida.
Press Gazette photo
by Ryan Arvay


:rs.:..... ...... . .... . .... .. . - .


Berryhill bump
No one was' injured in this vehicle rollover Monday morning on Berryhill Rd. in front of Steph
n' Ellies Market. Milton Police and the Milton Fire Department responded to the scene. Traffic
was held up as the vehicle was pulled out of the ditch by a wrecker. No further details were
available at press time.
Press Gazette photo by Lynne Hough














Obituaries


SPEAK



OUT


Saturday, 5:38 p.m.
This is Jean. I'm another
outraged citizen of Santa Rosa
County about the increase in the
fire rates of 175%. You know
what to do when election time
comes...all of them are after
money, money, money, money.

Saturday, 12:55 p.n.
Yes, this is-Gene. This is to
the outraged citizen of Santa
Rosa County and John.
The fire protection has not
had a increase in over ten years.
You're lucky that you've got
eight to ten people standing
around at a vehicle, because that
means you've got that many or
more when your house is on fire.
These.people are volunteer-
ing their time. It's a wrecking
service's responsibility to clean
up a wreck, not the fire depart-
ment's. We're there for the safe-
ty and emergency treatment of
the patient.
Now, if you want to see
what's going on in the fire
department there's plenty of
applications. Come on down and
fill out an application.
Let's see if you've got the
180 hours to spend in class to get
certified and be a volunteer.
No offense intended, but
you need to look at what state
mandates are coming down on
the volunteers. This money is
going towards training and new
equipment. Look at it.

Friday, 5:27 p.m.
Yeah this is Kenneth. I'm
having a problem with the Santa
Rosa County library system. I
can't believe they close at 4
o'clock on Friday and are not
open again until Monday.
Is this system there to serve
the people of Santa Rosa
County? If so, I would think
they'd be open Saturday and
closed on Monday. This would
make more sense.
However, I realize the
employees probably would not
like this situation. I realize they
love having from 4 o'clock
Friday afternoon until 9 o'clock
Monday morning, off.
I believe some skewed facts
were given relative to the usage
on Saturday. These facts may
have been gathered during the
summertime when people are
on vacation. However, when
school is in session and we've
got more people in town, I real-
ly believe Saturday is the day
for usage.
Also, they don't take into
consideration the working peo-
ple of this county. Thank you.

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


East, Frances Helen
Smallwood
Frances Helen Smallwood
East, of Milton, passed away
on Wednesday, September 19,
2007, after a lengthy illness.
Mrs. East was born the 6th of
7 children to Tom Olin and
Bessie Collins Smallwood in
Hagan, Virginia. The Navy
brought Frances to the
Pensacola area in 1961 with
her husband Jack. She was a
retired AT&T employee after
20 years. Frances enjoyed gar-
dening, travel, and was an
avid reader. She attended
Bagdad United Methodist
Church. Frances was preceded
in death by her parents, her
husband-Andrew J. "Jack"
East; a daughter-Andrea
Brunt; one sister and four
brothers.
She is survived by her two
daughters-Denise (Eric) East
Olson of Norman, Oklahoma,
and Karen (Rick) Hagford of
Fernandina Beach, Florida;
her sister-Evelyn (George)
Wright of Pensacola Beach;
two grandsons-Jason
(Stephanie) Fredrickson, and
Yahn Eric Olson; two great
grandsons-Andrew Henry
Fredrickson, and Jeremiah
Hawkins; a sister in law-
Gertrude Smallwood; a son in
law-Andy Brunt; and numer-
ous nieces, nephews,, and
cousins.
Funeral Services were
held at 12:00 noon on
Monday, September 24, 2007,
at the Bagdad United
Methodist Church with Rev.
Gary Jones officiating.
Burial followed in the
Barrancas National Cemetery
with Lewis Funeral Home
directing. The family received
friends from 11 a.m. until time
of services at the church.
Active pallbearers were
Patrick Smallwood, John
Wickman, Jason Fredrickson,


Doug Taylor, Eric Olson. Rick
Hagford and Harold Weekley.
The family requests that in
lieu of flowers, memorial con-
tributions may be made to
Covenant Hospice, and to the
Bagdad United Methodist
Church.

Perritt, Vangie Lee
"Nonamama"
1910-2007
Vangie Lee Perritt passed
away Friday, September 21,
2007 at the age of 97. She was
one of the first few who lived
in Pace. To Vangie, her family
and extended family were her
life. She touched many lives
with her warm caring heart.
She never met a stranger and
spent her life helping those in
need. She always had an
"Open Kitchen"; no one went
hungry around her. She was
preceded in death by her par-
ents-Ed and Amanda
Wiggins, her son-Carlos
Perritt, and also her grand-
daughter- Rhonda Perritt.
She is survived by one
son-Jack (Gracie) Perritt,
three daughters-Kathleen
(0. J.) Douglas, Marlene
"Mooney" Perritt, and Mae
Dell Wilson, 10 grandchil-
dren, 16 great grandchildren, 4
great-great grandchildren and
numerous nieces and
nephews.
Visitation was held
Monday, September 24, 2007
from 6 to 8 p.m. at the Lewis
Funeral Home, Pace Chapel
located at 4777 W.
Spencerfield Road. Funeral
services were 1:00 p.m.,
Tuesday, September 25, 2007
in the Lewis Funeral Home,
Pace Chapel with Minister
Dennis Whitely officiating.
Burial followed at Strickland
Cemetery with Lewis Funeral
Home directing. Active pall-
bearers will be Steve Stokes,


v
Obituaries


Funeral Home Milton Chapel
with Pastor Hattie McClain
officiating. Burial followed in
Milton Cemetery with Lewis
Funeral Home directing. The
family would like to thank
Pastor Hattie McClain and the
congregation for all their
prayers and support. "We
would also like to give our
thanks to Covenant Hospice."
"God saw her getting
tired, and knew there was not
a cure for her, so He said it
was time to go with Him. We
will miss her, but we know
she's at peace and will see her
one day."


Scott Douglas, Hiram Perritt,
Mike Perritt. Mike Stewart.
Tony Trantham, Scott Lowe
and Clifford Melvin.
She will be greatly missed
by all. We will always carry
our "Nonamama" in our
hearts.

Edwards, Michael
Wayne
Michael Wayne Edwards,
age 47, passed away in an
Opp, Alabama hospital on
Saturday, September 22, 2007.
He was a native of Opp, and a
resident of Milton, FL. Mr.
Edwards was a cross-country
truck driver.
Survivors include his
father and mother-Charlie
Ray and Elouise Adams
Edwards of Florala, AL; sis-
ter-Lisa (Bill) Moore of
Opp; brother-Bobby Ray
(Helen) Edwards; 3 nieces-
Tiffany Edwards, Crystal
Edwards and Erica Edwards;
and 1 great nephew-Tyler
Edwards

Vaughn , Bobbie
Mrs. Bobbie Vaughn, age
55, passed away Thursday,
September 20, 2007 at home
after fighting cancer. She was
known as "Granny B" and was
loved by all children of all
ages in her community.
Bobbie was preceded in death
by her mother, Gretchen
Zimmerman and her father
Tuni Bailey. She was a mem-
ber of the Old Path Church of
God in Christ.
Mrs. Vaughn is survived
by her husband of 32 years-
Donnie Vaughn; three chil-
dren-David Miller, Frank
(Eddie) Walker, Jr., and Cyndi
Nelson; her sister-Toni
Lawrence; two brothers-
Howard and David Gant.
Funeral services for Mrs.
Vaughn were 2 p.m., Monday,
September 24, 2007 at Lewis


kids, watch Washington
Redskins football and Tony
Stewart NASCAR. He recent-
ly attended the Pensacola
First Assembly of God
Church. His proudest
moment was when he accept-
ed Jesus Christ as his Lord
and Savior.
He is preceded in death by
his father-Jesse W. Watkins;
his mother-Margaret J.
Watkins; and his brother-
Donald T. Watkins.
Mr. Watkins is survived
by his loving wife-Dianne
E. Watkins, of Milton; his two
daughters-Tonya (Bobby)
Butler and Margaret Watkins,
both of Beulaville, NC; three
step children-Doug (Dawn)
Hart, of Pace, Kenny (Jody)
Hart, Cantonment, and Mary
(Darin) Michel of Milton; two
brothers -Ronald (Genell)
Watkins, Castle Hayne, of
NC, and Gary (Bonnie)
Watkins of Blountville, TN;
his grandchildren-BJ, Josh,
Kayla, Hope, Stephanie,
Kimberly, Dylan, Rylee,
Ashley, Taylor and Justin; and
many other relatives in North
Carolina and Florida.
The family received
friends from 5 to 8 p.m.,
Tuesday, September 25, 2007
at Lewis Funeral Home
Milton Chapel. Funeral serv-
ice will be held at 2:00 p.m.,
Wednesday, September 26,
2007 at Pensacola First
Assembly of God Church.
Burial will follow in Serenity
Gardens in Milton.
Pallbearers will be Doug
Hart, Kenny Hart, Darin
Michel, Tommy Pugh, Rick
Head, and David Spicer.
Honorary pallbearers will be
John Wells and Danny Hardy.
The family wishes to
thank the staff of Covenant
Hospice for their care and
compassion during this diffi-
cult time.


Gardening class



is well attended


Thanks to the Florida
Yards and Neighborhood
(FYN) extension agents more
gardener are more informed of
good bugs, bad bugs, animal
needs, plants for wildlife,
compost piles and details as to
make a successful butterfly
garden.
Theresa Friday, Santa
Rosa County Residential
Horticulture Faculty member
welcomed the large group of
gardeners to a morning of fun
and learning,
Special guest speaker,
Patricia Ann of the University
of Florida and who works
close with the FYN extension
agents opened the class with
several handouts along with a
slide presentation.
"I will be covering many
subjects this morning" said the
speaker. "We will discuss
what animals need, what
plants wildlife is attracted to,
pesticides that you need to
avoid, butterfly gardens and
what makes a good compost
pile."
The speaker went on to
say if you want to attract birds,
butterflies and other wildlife
to your yard you need to have
plants of different heights.
Birds love a place that they
feel safe so you may want to


The Elephant Ears must get the
required nutrients as they are
very large and healthy.
add more shrubs, trees and
other plants to your area.
Butterflies especially like the
blooms on the butterfly bush.
You may want to visit a near-
by nursery and pick up a few
butterfly plants. These type
plants provide nectar for the
adult butterflies and host
plants for their young (cater-
pillars).
Ann mentioned that the
FYN Program addresses sev-
eral environmental issues.
This program emphasizes nine
principles for friendly land-
scaping in Florida. These prin-
ciples area as follows: 1-right
plant, right place; 2-water effi-
ciently; 3-mulch; 4-recycle


Theresa Friday, SRC Residential horticulture Faculty member was proud to show the gardeners the
landscape at the SRC Extension Building located at 6263 Dogwood Drive in Milton. She gave in-
depth information on most the trees, shrubs, flowers, and vegetables growing at the Extension
Office
yard waste; 5-fertilize appro-
priately; 6-control yard pests
responsibly; 7-reduce storm
water runoff; 8-attract
wildlife; and 9-protect the
waterfront.
The speaker covered each
of the subjects and those pres-
ent received helpful handouts.
A drawing for several
door prizes was exciting for
the gardeners. Prizes included
small garden tools, books and
more. All enjoyed a walking
tour of the gardens at the
Extension Office. I
Patricia Ann, University of
Florida, Santa .Rosa County,
talks to George Mouthrop, a
gardener in the Milton area.


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Watkins, Thomas F.
1948-2007
Thomas F. Watkins, age
58, died peacefully at home on
Saturday, September 22, 2007
after, a recent battle with can-
cer.
He was born and raised in
Wilmington, NC. He was
employed with National
Welders in Wilmington for 15
years until 1992 when he
moved to Milton, FL. Until
recently due to his illness, he
was employed with Hall's
Hardware store in Milton, for
over 10 years. Thomas loved
to spend time with his grand-


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Sheriff's Report


August 24 to
September 3, 2007

Carter, Randi Amelia;
Female; 19; 6997 Datura
St, Milton; Aggrav
Battery-Person Uses A
Deadly Weapon (2 cts.).
8/24/07
Graves, Roderyck
Elba; Male; 31; 34 Patton
Dr, Pensacola; Drive
While Lic Susp 3rd or
Subseq Offense. 8/24/07
Knight, Katrina
Michelle; Female; 27;
6115 N. Davis Hwy,
Pensacola; Battery-Touch
or Strike, Burgl Structure
Conveyance Unarmed
W/person Inside. 8/24/07
Noe, Megan Nichol;
Female; 16; 4914 Jennifer
Ln, Pace; Criminal
Attempt Solicit Conspire
1st Deg Misd, Drugs-
Manufacture Distrib Sell
Etc Imitation Drugs.
8/24/07
Preston, Daniel R;
Male; 36; 8724 Laredo St,
Navarre; Battery-Touch or
Strike (domestic violence),
Cruelty Toward Child
Abuse Without Great
Harm (domestic violence).
8/26
Purdom, Kenneth
Michael M; Male; 18;
1800 Thresher Drive,
Navarre; Burgl of
Structure Conveyance
Unarmed W/O Person
Inside, Larc-Petit 1st
Degree Property $100 to
Under $300, Larc-Theft is
$300 or More But Less
Than $5,000 (2 cts),
Contrib Delinq Minor or
Dependency Of, Evidence
Destroying Tamper with or
Fabricate Physical.
8/23/07 .
Stafford, Garrick
Dewayne; Male; 16; 7567
Sandstone St, Navarre;
'Damage prop-Crim Misch
$200 and Under, Burgl of
Structure Conveyance
Unarmed W/O Person
Inside, Larc-Theft is $300
or More But Less Than
$5,000. 8/24/07
Allen, Jr., Gregory
Santonio; Male; 26; 5008
Persimmon Hollow Rd,
Milton; DUI. 8/26/07
Armstrong, Michelle
Lynn; Female; 33; 7054
Pine Blossom Rd, Milton;
DUI. 8/26/07
Clancy, Sean Daniel;
Male; 25; 1917 Bay Oaks
Cir, Milton; DUI. 8/26/07
Odom. Phillip Ray;
Male; 20; 6050 E
Cambridge Way, Pace;
DUI. 8/24/07
Plowman, Robert
Austin; Male; 23; 5490
Berryhill Rd, Milton; DUI.
8/24/07
Reed, Daniel Harrison;
Male; 22; 7177 Lavon Rd,
Milton; DUI. 8/26/07
Short, David Timothy;
Male; 23; 2201 Frontera
St, Navarre; DUI. 8/25/07
Sutton, Crystal Janel;


Female; 20; 8636 Turkey
Bluff Rd, Navarre; DUI.
8/25/07
Hidalgo, Jordan
Wayne; Male; 18; 1748 E.
Smugglers Cove Dr, Gulf
Breeze; Narcotic Equip
Possess Manufacture
Deliver. 8/277/07
Panles, Annalore
Kennedy; Female; 42;
4560 Balmore Dr,
Pensacola; Drugs-Possess
Cntrl Sub W/O
Prescription. 8/27/07
Elliott, Joseph
Preston;, Male; 34; 5570
Bantola Dr, Milton;
Aggrav Battery-Cause
Bodily Harm or Disability
(domestic violence) (2
cts.) 8/27/07
Lee, April Michelle;
Female; 28; 4256 Seaport
Rd, Pace; Larc-Petit Third
or Subseq Offense, Failure
to Appear for Felony
Offense. 8/27/07
Russell, Derrick Lee;
male; 26; 4385 Sablan
Lane, Milton; Probation
Violation-Felony. 8/27/07
Mobley, Ray Chris;
Male; 47; 14806 Front
Beach Rd, Panama City;
Asslt On Officer Firefight
EMT Etc, Resist Officer
With Violence. 8/27/07
Booker, Christopher
Travis; Male; 19; 6449
Maddox Rd, Milton;
Probation Violation-
Felony. 8/28/07
Cheatham, Kimm
Renee; Female; 43; 7453
Sunset Harbour Dr,
Navarre Beach; DUI
Alcohol or Drugs 2nd
Offense, Refuse to Submit
to DUI Test, Drugs-
Possess Cntrl Sub W/O
Prescription. 8/28/07
Eubanks II, Simon
Tyra; male; 30; 3700
Garcon Point Rd, Milton;
Battery-Touch or Strike,
Asslt on Officer,
Firefighter EMT Etc,
Battery on Officer
Firefighter EMT Etc,
Resist Officer With
Violence, Drugs-Possess
Cntrl Sub W/O
Prescription. 8/28/07
Goodman, Robert
Earl; Male; 52; 3787
Diamond St, Pace;
Probation Violation-
Felony. 8/28/07
Lee, Donna Christine:
Female; 46; 5393 256th St,
O'Brien, FL; Failure To
Appear For Felony
Offense. 8/28/07
P=ag,. William
Thomas; Male; 40; 5049
Bodega Dr, Milton;
Probation Violation-
Felony. 8/28/07
Patterson, Jamie
Patricia; Female; 23; 5362
Taf Lane, Milton; Drive
While Lic Susp 1st Off,
Burgl of Structure
Conveyance Unarmed
W/Person Inside. 8/27/07
Constanntin, Robert
Blake; Male; 25; 2243
Panhandle Trl, Navarre;


Drive While Lic Susp
Habitual Offender.
8/28/07
Dotson, Julie Mae;
Female; 13; 5912 Pamela
Dr, Milton; Vehicular
Theft-3rd Degree. 8/28/07
Greene. Rais Ryan;
Male; 14; 5940 Castle Dr,
Pace; Aggrav Battery
Persons Uses a Deadly
Weapon. 8/28/07
Webh, Susan Ann;
Female; 47; 6241
Footprint Dr, Bearfoot
Estates Pensacola; DUI.
8/28/07
Johnson, Robert Earl;
Male; 46; 6333 Willard
Norris Rd, Milton; Drugs-
Possess Cntrl Sub W/O
Prescription, Drive While
Lic Susp 2nd Offense,
Possess Marijuana Over
20 Grams. 8/29/07
Silver, Steven Baxter;
Male; 43; 2651 Salamnca,
Navarre; Drive While Lic
Susp Habitual Offender.
8/28/07
Raper, Christopher
Brown; Male; 40; 1830
Knight Circle,
Cantonment; DUI, DUI
and Damage Property.
8/29/07
Hernandez, Michael
Marines; Male; 27;
Gordan Evans Rd,
Navarre; Probation
Violation-Felony. 8/30/07
Lombardi, Jr,,
Ronald Francis; Male; 45;
4686 Gregg Ave, Pace;
Sex Asslt-Victim 12 YOA
Older Special Conditions,
Lewd Lascv Behavior
Molest Vic Less 12YOA
Offender 18 YOA or
Older (3 cts.). 8/30/07
Melton, Shawn
Edwin; Male; 40; 9538
Quiet Creek Rd, Milton;
Possess Cocaine. 8/30/07
Newcome, Richard
Karl; Male; 42; 3123
Woods Way, Gulf Breeze;
Larc-Theft is $300 or
More But Less Than
$5,000, Making False
Report Knowingly Give
False Info to LEO Allegd
Crime. 8/30/07
Romero II, Ronald
Joseph; Male; 28; 4361
7th Ave, Pace; Kidnap
Minor-Interfere with
Custody. 8/30/07
Foster, Angela Leigh;
Female; 41; 1816 Nestle
Dr, Pensacola; Drugs-
Possess Cntrl Sub W/O
Prescription. 8/29/07
Hill, Ronneka Sade;
Female; 15; 1218 6th Ave,
Pensacola; Battery By
person Detained in Prison
or Jail Facility. 8/30/07
Rumlin, Benjamin
Pierre; Male; 14; 3112
Friendship Rd, Milton;
Escape. 8/30/07
Bailey, Michael Adon;
Male; 48; 4498 Oak
Forest Drive, Milton;
DUI, Carrying Concealed
Weapon Firearm, Weapon
Offense-Use Firearm
Under Influence of


Alcohol, Drugs-Possess
Cntrl Sub W/O
Prescription. 8/31/07
Cole, Frank Ray;
Male; 51; 3018 Windmill
Dr, Gulf Breeze; Burgl of
Structure Conveyance
Unarmed W/O Person
Inside, Larc-Grand 3rd
Degree Dwell Prop $100
to Under $300. 8/30/07
Escalante, Douglas;
Male; 37; 8687 John
Hamm Rd, Milton;
Aggrav Asslt W/Deadly
Weapon W/O Intent to
Kill (domestic violence),
Aggrav Battery Person
Uses A Deadly Weapon
(domestic violence),
Damage Prop-Crim Misch
$200 and Under. 8/31/07
Fairchild Jr., Randy
Joe; male; 24; 4781 Live
Oak Ln, Pace; Aggrav
Assit With Intent to com-
mit A Felony. 8/31/07
Fonseca, Jose Santos;
Male; 37; 3349 Laurel Dr,
Gulf Breeze; Aggrav
Battery-Cause Bodily
Harm or Disability
(domestic violence).
9/1/07
Green, Kenneth Ray;
Male; 52; 11521 Green
Rd, Munson; Drive While
Lic Susp 3rd or Subseq
Offense. 9/1/07
Grindle, Jr., William
Hugh; Male; 43; 626
Smoky Rd, Newnan, GA;
Homicide-Willful Kill-
Murder While Engaged
in Certain Felony
Offense. 9/2/07
Hobbs,. Stephen
Dewayne; Male; 21; 3147
Center Road, Trussville,
AL; Burgl of Unoccupied
Dwelling Unarmed No
Asslt/Batt, Larc-Theft
is $3300 or More But
Less Than $5,000,
Forgery of Alter Public
Record Certificate Etc,
Fraud utter False
Instrument. 8/31/07
Laughery, Mark Ty;
Male; 28; 5032 Ridgeway
Blvd, Milton; Possess
Cocaine. 9/1/07
McCreless, Joseph
Virgil; Male; 46; 5449
Calvary Church Rd,
Milton; Possess
Methamphetamine,
Amphetamine Traffic or
Methamphetamine 14
Grams or Over, Narcotic
equip Possess And or Use,
Narcotic equip Possess
Manufacture Deliver,
Drugs-Possess Listed
Chemical WIT
Manufacture Cntrl Subs.
8/31/07
Norris, II, Glenn;
Male; 37; 4424
Floridatown Rd, Pace;
Contempt of Court Viol
Injunction Protection
Domestic Violence,
Battery-Touch or Strike
(domestic . violence),
Larc-Theft is $300 or
more But Less Than
$5,000. 8/31/07
Richardson, Marsha


Gail; Female; 44; 10575
Hoppy Rd, Milton; Drugs
P o s s e s s
Methamphetamine,
Narcotic Equip Possess
And or Use. 8/31/07
Rollo-Carter, Mary
Elizabeth; Female; 42;
3775 Hwy 90, Pace;
Drive While Lic Susp
Habitual Offender. 9/3/07
Russell, Alex James;
Male; 20; 2579
Queensboro Ave S, St.
Petersburg, FL; Failure to
Appear for Felony
Offense. 9/1/07
Slack, Polly Sue;
Female; 23; 1969
Esplanade ST, Navarre;
Burgl of Dwell Unarmed
No Asslt or Batt, Larc-
Theft is $300 or More
But Less Than $5,000,
Fraud-Utter False Bank
Bill Note Check Draft
(15 cts.) 8/31/07
Thompson, Michael
Christopher; Male; 30;
6301 Matador St, Milton;
Battery-Touch or Strike
(domestic violence),

In Loving Memory
Eugene Geno McRae
S1/1/47-9/27/04
Three years ago today
you were taken from
me. I know you are
safe in Jesus loving
hands. I also know
I'll see you in Heaven.
When someone you
love becomes a
memory, the memory
becomes a treasure.
I miss you with
all my heart.
Love Forever.
Your Wife
Penny


Obstruct police-deprive
of Means Protection or
Communication. 9/3/07
Valentine, Stanley
Edward; Male; 52; 5873
Mapleton St, Milton;
Fugitive From Justice.
NDG
Hardy, Christopher
Keith; Male; 41; 1882
Molan Rd, Middleburg,
FL; Fugitive From Justice.
NDG




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('\ 0 ,anr.ia Rui Pren Cazilr NOTICE OF PUBLIC MEETINGS
- - .- All Board of County Commissioner Meetings and other county department meet-
4< ' + ,''! .' ..',:'. ' ep i .r: ings are held at the County Administrative Center, Commissioner's Board Room,
6495 Caroline Street, Milton, Florida, unless otherwise indicated
l 1 Marine Advisory October 2 5:00 p.m.
SRC Housing Coalition October 3 1:30 p.m.
Conference Room, 6051 Old Bagdad Hwy., Milton
' - Zoning Board of Adjustments October 4 5:30 p.m.
l . ,; Commission Committee October 8 9:00 a.m.
Public Billboard Meeting October 9 6:00 p.m.
Navarre Architectural Advisory Board October 9 3:00 p.m.
Navarre Community Center
Building Code Board of Adjustments October 10 3:00 p.m.
. ! Conference Room, 6051 Old Bagdad Hwy., Milton
Aviation Advisory Committee October 10 5:00 p.m.
Commission Regular October 11 9:00 a.m.
....,.' K Fire Protection Board of Adjustment and Appeals October 11 4:00 p.m.
,1 -. ' Conference Room, 6051 Old Bagdad Hwy., Milton
,'i.i ' ','' i Local Planning Board October 11 6:00 p.m.
SRC Community Organizations Assisting in Disasters October 16 3:00 p.m.
Conference Room, 6051 Old Bagdad Hwy, Milton
Emergency Services Advisory Committee October 17 cancelled
~ Tourist Development Council Board October 17 3:30 p.m.
S ' ' Navarre Community Center, Schoolhouse Road, Navarre
Law Library Board October 18 12:00 p.m.
Administrative Judge's Office, Courthouse
br_ >h -Library Advisory Board October 18 4:00 p.m.
Bagdad Traffic Meeting October 19 9:00 a.m.
' . Conference Room, 6051 Old Bagdad Hwy., Milton
�i . !;I,, i Santa Rosa County Housing Expo October 20 10:00 a.m.
SI'. Santa Rosa County Auditorium, 4530 Spike's Way, Milton
".'k .JIT'.ujiiC . .' ,.'i.r..,.' ,',]'.:|| ' Commission Committee October 22 9:00 a.m.
, Utility Board October 22 5:00 p.m.
S. ". th ' . Bagdad Historical Architectural Advisory Board October 24 8:30 a.m.
I i.i., , i.ll . Conference Room, 6051 Old Bagdad Hwy., Milton
Public Safety Coordinating Council October 24 11:00 a.m.
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SHIP Partnership Advisory Committee October 24 3:00 p.m.
U'.Ii'..,,J''i . .' : . , i . ', - , ' Conference Room, 6051 Old Bagdad Hwy., Milton
, '. ., -.Parks and Recreation October 24 5:30 p.m.
Ji.1iiiin i iirti.' .n i, - Commission Regular October 25 9:00 a.m.
Commission Special Meeting - Rezoning October 25 6:00 p.m. �
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Community


Preparations under-
way for local Relay
for Life events
The American Cancer
Society has offered a great
number of patient and family
services to the Santa Rosa
Community for many years.
These services include cancer
support groups, tobacco con-
trol programs and lifesaving
research. We continue our
mission to decrease cancer
incidences in our area through
the help of generous volun-
teers and dedicated staff.
The ACS Relay for life is
a community event in every
sense of the word. It is a
chance for the community to
come together for 1 common
cause. Being a part of Relay
for Life means you're a part of
the national grassroots move-
ment to fight cancer.
Plans are underway to
organize local relay events
that support cutting-edge can-
cer research, help provide free
transportation to hospitals,
help prevent youth smoking,
publish lifesaving literature,
and develop a new generation
of weapons to fight cancer.
To learn more about the
Relay for Life events, contact
Joann Hardy, Milton Event
Chair, at 529-0399 or
hardyi@mail.santarosa.kl2.fl.
us or Rocky Leber, Pace event
chair at 291-4699 or
lebere@ mail .santarosa.k 12 .fl.
us.

MHS Class of 1966


Reunion
The Milton


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Class of 1966 Reunion will be
Saturday, November 10, 2007
at the Holiday Inn at the
University Mall in Pensacola.
Contact Jimmie Hood at 623-
1647 or Sharon Sessions
Collum at 623-8125 for details
and classmate information.

Paint Santa Rosa
Contest sets Paint Out
dates and locations
Paint Santa Rosa moves
forward with the announce-
ment of two paint out dates
and locations. In the manner
of Plein Air, or outdoor art,
artists are invited to bring
their materials and paint the
scenery. The public is invited
to join and watch the artists on
site. The first Paint Out will be
Thursday, September 27, gath-
ering at 10 a.m. at the Gulf
Islands National Seashore
Live Oaks Visitors center,
1801 Gulf Breeze Hwy, (Hwy.
98) in Gulf Breeze. Local
artists are invited to register at
10 a.m. and stay until 1 p.m.
on site painting the shore line
or other scenery.
The second paint out is
scheduled for Wednesday,
October 3, gathering at 10
a.m. at the Dragonfly Gallery
in historic downtown Milton,
5188 Escambia Street, Milton.
Artists may register at 10 a.m.
and then select scenes
throughout the downtown area
of historic houses, buildings,
park, river scenes and paint.
The Paint Santa Rosa
events are open to all plein air
artists in the panhandle area.
Those artists who reside in
Santa Rosa County or are


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members of the Greater
Navarre beach Arts
Association may enter their
paintings in the Paint Santa
Rosa Contest and have them
displayed at the Navarre
Beach Fall Festival of the Arts
on October 12, 13, & 14th.
Entry forms for the contest are
available at www.gnbaa.org or
at the registration table at the
paint out.

"Record Keeping in
Small Business"
The University of West
Florida Small Business
Development Center, (401 E.
Chase Street, Suite 100,
Pensacola) is presenting
"Record Keeping in Small
Business" in four evening ses-
sions, Mon/Wed., October 1,
3, 8, & 10, 2007 from 6 to 9
p.m. During this 4-part work-
shop, attendees will learn how
to keep records, develop
financial statements, asset
depreciation schedules, and
understand tax records.
Attendance fee for all four
sessions is $45 for the public
and free for students and fac-
ulty members of the
University of West Florida
who present a Nautilus card.
Attendees are asked to bring a
calculator. For further infor-
mation, or to register, call
850/473-7830 or log unto
www.sbdc.uwf.edu and click
on training
Another class being
offered in the Brown-Bag
Lunch Series on Wednesday,
October 3, from 12 noon until
1 p.m. entitled "Human
Resources Outsourcing for
Your Small Business." Do
you need to hire employees,
but are overwhelmed with the
mountain of government
paperwork & regulations this
entails? Do you want to offer
your employees affordable
benefits like health insurance,
dental, vision care, and
'401(k)s? Learn how you can
enjoy the same HR benefits as


large companies without the
headaches and considered
overhead. -Presented by:
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Employer Services. Fee?
Free-please pre-register at the
above number.

Healthy Start
Coalition meeting
The Healthy Start
Coalition of Santa Rosa
County, Inc. will hold a gener-
al board meeting on Monday,
October 8, 2007 at 4 p.m. at
the Berryhill Complex, 6751
Berryhill St, Milton. All meet-
ings are open to the public.
For further information, call
626-6751.

Central Republican
Club to meet
The Central Santa Rosa
Republican Club will meet
Thursday, October 4 at the
Red Barn Bar-B-Que in
Milton at 5:30 p.m. with a
Dutch treat dinner followed by
a 7 p.m. program. There will
be a special discussion on the
Fair Tax plan now pending in
Congress. You'll want to hear
what this National
Consumption Tax proposal is
all about and have many ques-
tions answered. Discussion
leader will be Retired Naval
Officer, Dennis Davis and oth-
ers affiliated with the Fair Tax
movement. A question and
answer session will follow.
Public is invited.

Milton Cemetery
Clean-Up
Volunteers are needed to
help th Milton High School
NJROTC clean Milton
Cemetery on Saturday,
September 29 beginning at 8
a.m.
Those unable to work may
help by providing snacks and
drinks for those who volun-
teer. Gas operated equipment
is needed.
Milton Cemetery, a non-


Parents and teen


profit entity, also accept cash
donations with checks made
out to City of Milton with a
notation in the lower left cor-
ner of the check 'cemetery.'
For more information, call the
cemetery manager at 686-
1122, or city hall at 983-5411.

PJC receives $1 mil-
lion grant for college
bound veterans
Pensacola Junior College
has received a $1 million
grant to be used for a four year
period from U.S. Department
of Education Veterans Upward
Bound.
PJC will be able to annu-
ally assist 120 low-income
military first generation-in-
college veterans preparing to
enter post-secondary educa-
tion.
LeRoy Collins Jr., execu-
tive director of the Florida
Department of Veterans
Affairs said, "PJC has always
been a welcome home to vet-
erans of all ages, and this
Veterans Upward Bound grant
will help those who otherwise
would not consider a college
education."
Contact Debbie Douma,
PJC grants director, for fur-
ther information at 484-1705
or e-mail ddouma@pjc.edu.

Animated, Talking
Storybook Collection
@ Your Library
Visit Kids Zone online to
access a new and exciting col-
lection of animated, talking
picture books, called
TumbleBooks. TumbleBooks
are created by taking existing
picture books and adding ani-
mation, sound, music and nar-
ration to produce an electronic
picture book which you can
read or have read to you.
The TumbleBook Library
contains
1. Favorite story books
such as "The Paper Bag
Princess" by Robert Munch.


2. Classics like
Black Beauty, Alice in
Wonderland and Anne of
Green Gables.
3. Books in Spanish and
French. Many are bilingual
titles, which allow the user to
read the book in 2 languages.
4. Full length, unabridged,
streaming audio books, per-
fect for extended story time.
5. Puzzles, games,
quizzes, and teacher
resources.
Navigate the entire web-
site in Spanish or French.
Instruction, news, and descrip-
tions of books are all in
Spanish or French, perfect for
ESL, Bilingual, and, French
and Spanish programs.
TumbleBooks can be
accessed from the Kids Zone
site at
www.santarosa.fl.gov/libraries
/kidszoneon any computer
with an Internet connection.
All you need is the Flash plug-
in which is preloaded on most
computers or can be down-
loaded for free.
The Santa Rosa County
Library System is a depart-
ment of the Santa Rosa
County Board of County
Commissioners. Libraries are
located in Gulf Breeze, Jay,
Milton, Navarre, and Pace.
Find further information at
www.saritarosa.fl.gov/libraries

Blue Grass Day at
PJC
The GCBMA will cele-
brate Bluegrass Day at PJC on
Saturday, September 29 from
11 a.m. to 6 p.m. Tickets are
$5 for non-members. Children
under the age of 12 are free.
GCBMA members are free.
There will be 6 GCBMA
bands including Harold &
Ovaline Andrews, B.L.T.,
Southern Sounds, Lock, Stock
& Barrel, Wafarers, and New
River, plus Youth Band. Event
is held outside, so bring lawn
chairs. For more information,
call 994-4070.


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the dangers of prescription drugs


Editor's Note: As a follow-
up to Saturday's story about
SAPP and the work they are
doing to educate youth about
prescription drug abuse, the
Press Gazette compiled the fol-
lowing information.
It is a good idea for teens to
educate themselves about the
dangers of abusing prescription
medication, but essential that
parents also know what type of
drugs are being abused, and the
health threat they pose if used
incorrectly.
Parents are encouraged to
hide any medication in a safe
place where their children or
their friends, won't have access
to it. Of course, it is also
imperative that parents have
an open dialogue with their
kids about drugs as well.
What follows is a brief list
of several prescription medica-
tions commonly , abused.
(Information taken directly
from the Kids Health web site
- see link below.)


Which Drugs Are
Abused?
The most commonly used
prescription drugs fall into
three classes:
Opioids - the same sub-
stance that is in heroine. Just a
single dose can lower a per-
son's breathing and even kill
when taken by the wrong per-


son in the wrong circum-
stances.
* Examples: Oxycodone
(OxyContin), hydrocodone
(Vicodin), and meperidine
(Demerol).
* Medical uses: Opioids
are used to treat pain or relieve
coughs or diarrhea
* How they work: Opioids


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central nervous system
(the brain and the spinal cord),
preventing the brain from
receiving pain messages.
Central Nervous System
(CNS) Depressants - reducing
or stopping use of these can
lead to seizures. Withdrawal
can be dangerous without the
monitoring of a doctor!
* Examples: Pentobarbital
sodium (Nembutal), diazepam
(Valium), and alprazolam
(Xanax).
* Medical uses: CNS
depressants are used to treat
anxiety, tension, panic attacks,
and sleep disorders.
* How they work: CNS
depressants slow down brain
activity by increasing the a
activity of a neurotransmitter
called GABA. The result is a
drowsy or calming effect.
Stimulants
* E x a m p l e s :
Methylphenidate (Ritalin),
amphetamine/dextroampheta-
mine (Adderall), and atomoxe-
tine (Strattera).
* Medical uses: Stimulants
can be used to treat na-rcolep-
sy, attention deficit hyperac-
tivity disorder (ADHD),
depression, obesity, and asth-
ma.
* How they work:
Stimulants increase brain
activity, resulting in greater
a l e r t n e s s,
attention, and energy.
AS WITH ANY DRUG,
MIXING THE WRONG
ONES MAY BE FATAL!
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6A Wednesday. September 26. 2007 The Santa Rosa Press Gazette


Milton, Florida


Vol. 100, Number 51


OUR VIEW


Florida's new



four letter word

The biggest four-letter word added to the English lan-
guage in Florida is "FCAT."
School has been in session for just over a month and the
students have heard this word more times than could possibly
be imagined.
We agree, it is very important to test a student and grade
him or her on their actual knowledge in each particular sub-
ject, but how can you compare the class of 2008 with 2007?
People often say such a comparison is like comparing
apples to oranges.
Isn't the State trying to do the same thing while also cre-
ating a possible situation that could do more harm than
good?
How is it beneficial to a student to be constantly drilled
on the best way to take this test?
What are we teaching them?
Can they correctly tell you the capitol of Florida is
Tallahassee or the capitol of Ohio is Columbus?
Can they give you the correct change after making a pur-
chase or must they depend on the cash register to do it?
Education is very important, but it is not a numbers
games as legislators and those seeking accountability would
like say.
Bobby, Fred, and Susie are each intelligent young people.
The problem is, not all will go to college yet, when they
complete their education process, each should be able to
work at a trade or in a profession and be a productive mem-
ber of society.
And how can we actually hold educators accountable for
Bobby, Fred, and Susie not learning at the same rate?
It doesn't matter how many FCAT tips you give or how
much you push a youngster, success is not guaranteed.
Since the Florida Department of Education wants to keep
track of numbers and progress, at each school, it should try to
dine on the elephant they created...one bite at a time.
First off, let's establish one thing: teachers are hired to
teach the subject they are assigned.
Second, let Bobby, Fred, and Susie be instructed on the
subject-not how to pass the State test.
Our three prime examples of students (Bobby, Fred, and
Susie) should establish a baseline of knowledge when they
take their initial test.
Then, based on normal growth, plans should be devel-
oped to track their educational growth.
If you see a group of youngsters at a school take a plunge
in grades or not meeting expectations in a particular subject
and they happen to have the same teacher, then there might
be a problem.
And if a lone student does not move forward, then you
can look to see if there is a problem with the youngster so he
or she is not "left behind."
If we do not take control of the educational system we
will soon have a group of a collective few picking the books
from which our children leam. That group may also decide
the way teachers will teach, and the date they will teach these
items state-wide.
With this in mind, concern will grow to see if these selec-
tive few manage to pass the same test our children are
expected to pass.
Education is a very basic principal, but we seem to be
getting further and further away from the basic and at the
same time not progressing very much at all.


Simplifyin
By Donald Kaul
You have questions about the war
in Iraq? I have answers. These:
Q---Is the surge working or not?
A---Yes and no. When we flood
an area with troops, things get a lot
quieter. When we leave, those fun-
loving Iraqis start: 1) Beheading each
other and 2) Blowing each other up.
There is no evidence that the surge
has or will have a lasting effect.
: Q---You don't think the national
government will ever be able to get
control of the country, then?
A---Before you have a national
government, you need a nation. Iraq
ain't.
Q---What about the documented
successes in Anbar province, where
tribal leaders have joined American
forces in driving out elements of al
Qaida?
A---That's been a good thing, but
don't expect to repeat it elsewhere.
Anbar is a largely Sunni area and trib-
al leaders made common cause with
the United States because al Qaida
was being positively beastly to them.
That doesn't mean they love us or
will ever be able to get a square deal
from the Shia-dominated central (ha-
ha) government.
Q---Is the partitioning of Iraq into
Sunni, Shiite and Kurdish sectors the
answer then?
A---It's an answer; whether it's
the right answer remains to be seen. A
partitioned Iraq doesn't address ques-


ig the Iraq
tions of equal access to oil revenues,
areas like Baghdad that can't be neatly
partitioned or the specter of a civil war
that could draw in Syria, Iran and
Turkey, among others. (Even Saudi
Arabia has promised to come to the
aid of Iraqi Sunnis if they are mistreat-
ed, although the next war Saudi Arabia
shows up for will be the first). If you
want a religious war to engulf the
Middle East, partition might be the
way to go.
Q---If things are as bad as you say,
why did General David Petraeus, our
commander in Iraq, agree to withdraw
the 30,000 surge troops by next sum-
mer?
A---He had no choice. Our army is
close to being broken. It cannot sustain
the surge any longer than next sum-
mer, no matter what the situation. In
addition, the public clamor for with-
drawal is growing daily and Gen.
Petraeus had to make it seem as
though President Bush's Iraq strategy
had a chance to succeed.
Q---Are you suggesting that Gen.
Petraeus is a political general, one who
crafts his military advice to fit the
president's wishes?
A---Heavens to Betsy, no. The
man is a saint, a regular George
Washington. He would never let poli-
tics influence his advice on the war. I
would point out, however, that gener-
als who give President Bush advice
that contradicts his fantasy life---
Shinseki, Abizaid, others---are soon


situation
colored gone.
Q---What about the Pottery Barn
theory---"If you break it, you own
it?" Don't we have an obligation to
the Iraqi people to bring some sem-
blance of order and justice into their
lives?
A---Yes, we do and in areas
where we've gotten the cooperation
of the population, we've done pretty
well by them. But we haven't been
able to keep Iraqis from killing each
other in much of the rest of the coun-
try. Nor do we know how to do it
now. We have an obligation to the
Iraqis but we also have one to the
thousands of American troops we're
sacrificing to this futile exercise and
to their families.
Q---What's the best course of
action, then?
A---The difficult truth is that
there is no best course; all courses
are bad. Certainly, an endless occupa-
tion doesn't seem to be the answer.
Abandoning the Iraqis to genocidal
warfare is hardly more appealing.
The name of the game being played
in Washington right now is a contest
between Republicans and Democrats
to avoid blame when we leave and
things go to hell. And they will, no
matter when we leave.
Q---What ever happened to the
Coalition of the Willing?
A---It went Missing in Action as
soon as they started using real bul-
lets.


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By Jim Hightower

Shouldn't chocolate
contain, you
now...chocolate? By
which I mean cocoa butter
and solids, derived from
the cacao tree, which the
dictionary specifically
says is "the source of
chocolate."
No, says Hershey,
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their confections. They
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JIM don't have
HIGHTOWER
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is a raw deal.
To add insult to injury,
Hershey eve blames us for
its proposed rip-off,


claiming that the decep-
tive label is needed to
keep up with the changing
"consumer taste prefer-
ence." Oh, right--I'm sure
there's an explosion of
pent-up consumer demand
all across America for that
yummy taste of chemical-
ly modified transfats. Who
wants that old cocoa rich-
ness when we could have
the waxy texture of the
artificial stuff?
What we have here is a
crass play by the big man-
ufacturers to use cheap
ingredients, then advertise
and sell the product as
fine chocolate. Gary
Guillard of Guillard


Chocolate Company is one
of many real chocolate
makers who are appalled
by this perversion. He
says that the manufactur-
ers' proposal would
"cheapen chocolate's great
taste, all in pursuit of
shortchanging the cus-
tomer, and putting that
change in their own pock-
ets."

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nothing to it," said
Westmoreland. "The state
has done their investigation
and there was nothing to it.
"We let an outside
agency do the investigation
so there would be no ques-
tions when it was complet-
ed."


An attempt to get the
report from the Santa Rosa
County Sheriff's office
Coach Elijah Bell. Santa
County School
Superintendent John Rogers,
and Assistant State Attorney
Harmon Massey were called
f.'r '..i..i.. n1t I but were
ui.t" .lil.i kc .1[ press time.


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SALUTES



Clifford Wilson

Someone who has made a difference


Clifford Wilson who has lived in Harold all
of his 82 years (except perhaps the time he
spent in the Navy) is a prime example of one
who has made a difference: relative to his
S country, his county, his community, and his
. fellow man.

After serving in the U. S. Navy, Clifford came
* .home to reestablish roots and with his wife,
Sue, raised a substantial family. Along the
way he spent a good many years representing
District 5 on the Santa Rosa County
Commission, and once when he thought he
, . r. might do a better job than the incumbent, ran
Sfor Sheriff.

No stranger to conflict and controversy,
S ,. ./ Cliffordfought and won many battles, but
During his public life, he never forgot who he
' : . . .was or who he represented - the people who
Clifford Wilson trusted him.

Semiretired now, he spends most of his time at "the saw mill", known today as the Wilson
Lumber Company, a thriving lumber manufacturing and processing plant that he established
and nurtured to success east of the Harold Community. Youngsters today may not immediate-
ly recognize his name or his contributions to the county, but his place in the order of his con-
tributions will live forever in the minds of those who knew him and was familiar with his
work.

Clifford has "been there, done that," and through his efforts has made a difference...





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Farmers

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"I have half a million dol-
lars, gross. out in the field that
needs to be harvested," he says.
Harvest season is, "time
sensitive," Godwin explains.
Once the peanuts have been
inverted, and allowed some
time to dry, there is a very small
widow of time in which they
must be picked, ultimately three
to five days, or they will perish.
The same is true with cot-
ton. Once the cotton plant has
been defoliated and the buds
have opened, they must be
picked before they rot, or a rain-
storm causes them to fall out on
the ground.
Even if the farmers were to
take apart the machinery for
transport to the fields, Godwin
says not only are they still too
wide, but they would take two
days to break down and another
two days to reassemble.
Time, Godwin says, he
doesn't have.
'This is my livelihood," he
says plainly, "I don't have any
other career."
Dexter Hunter, another
local farmer cited by the DOT,
depends on the dried peanut
plants as hay for his cattle, two
commodities he says are hard
to come by this year. He
explains you can't harvest the
hay, without picking the
peanuts first.
"We're already at the
mercy of Mother Nature," says
Godwin who had to plant late
infthe season due to the initial
lack of rain this year.
Godwin says the weather,
and now the problems with the
DOT, affect not just the farmer,
but his employees, the pockets
of the consumer, and the town.
"When the farmer hurts,
Jay hurts, the whole northern
end of the county hurts," they
say.
Travis Kelley appeared
before the County
Commissioners on Monday to
appeal ,fopihelp. and relief.-on-.
tfi&�f'armer's behalf.' "''
"They cooperate wittriocal
laws, they've put the flashers


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farm vehicles, and that all
recent fines be rescinded.
Commissioner Cole stated
that tractors on the highway in a
community such as Jay were
"something you can expect in a
rural [area] - anywhere in this
country."
"They must've been having
a slow day on the interstate,"
says Cole.
"Let these people go make
a living and stop hard timing
them."
When asked whether this
had ever been an issue in the
past, Kelley responded that in
his 19 years experience he had
never seen anything like it.
Godwin and Hunter --who
have worked the land their
whole lives both with other peo-
ple and on their own, also
declared they have never had a
problem.
Steve Park, of DOT, says
while he's not sure why this is
the case, he speculated that it
may be because of his ten offi-
cers, he only has around five
available on a given shift to
spread across four counties.
Park says it's possible his;
Qofipeis, ever, epcqunteredd t-Ie
problem. .. .....
. Coppisiqner, . ordon
Goodin expressed another 1pos-.
sible reason at Monday's meet-
ing. "[We've got] a new
colonel in charge of
Commercial Enforcement
Division," he said. "The previ-
ous colonel was from DeFuniak
Springs and kind of understood
this stuff, understood the


farmer, and probably didn't
send his folks up there."
Some also speculate the
recent accident on Highway 87,
between an eighteen wheeler
and a tractor pulling a bush-hog,
may have caused DOT to crack
down. Although, the Florida
Highway Patrol has yet to
release a statement of fault.
Regardless of the reason,
involved parties are working
toward a resolution.
Park says his headquarters
in Tallahassee are currently
working with the permit depart-
ment to come up with a solution
that will be satisfactory to all.
Travis Kelley's several calls
to Commissioner Salter, Sheriff
Wendell Hall, and State
Representative Greg Evers -
has yielded a temporary
reprieve from DOT, as they
have been instructed to let the
farmers go about their business
as usual.
Upon hearing the news
Godwin and Dexter were
relieved but still hold some
reservations.
Godwin says, "I can not
operate under the assumption
that it's OK, I can't paN a thou-
sand dollar. ticket every time I
. get on the road."
As he looks out over his
cotton, Godwin points out
another farmer driving his trac-
tor down the road. Lights flash-
ing. "See that?" he says.
"That's illegal, but he has to do'
it. He has no other choice."
"There's too much at
stake."


Josh Romney, son of presidential aspirant Mitt Romney, stands in front of the Mitt Mobile in down-
town Milton, Friday. The traveling campaign bus visited Santa Rosa County as part of a statewide
tour of all 67 counties in Florida.
Press Gazette photo by Ryan Arvay


Romney

Continued From Page One
Romeny sat down with
members of the media to
answer questions about his
dad's candidacy for
President and his policies.
* Illegal Immigration -
Romeny says this a big
issue in the upcoming elec-
tion and addressed the topic
by restating his father's
position that, "illegal immi-
gration has to stop."
He says if elected his
dad will secure the borders
and implement an employee
verification program that
would allow employers to
instantly know if someone
is a legal citizen or not.
Romney also said that
his dad would not allow
illegal immigrants to,
"jump the line," ahead of


those who have properly
applied for citizenship and
often wait years for
approval.
* Taxes -In a county
where many live below the
poverty line, Romeny was
asked what kind of econom-
ic reform citizens could
expect from his dad if elect-
ed President.
He stated it was his
father's conviction to
strengthen the economy by
keeping taxes low for every
one. "Lower taxes spur the
economy."
*Healthcare - Citing
an example from his
father's term as governor
as the potential model for
the country, Romney spoke
of a market based reform
that, "provided affordable


health insurance without
raising taxes or creating a
massive government- con-
trolled system."
* The War - Though
the governor wants to bring
the troops home, a complete
withdrawal from Iraq would
turn the country into a "ter-
rorist nation," asserts
Romney, who voiced his
dad's conviction that, "the
war needs to be won."
"A secure Middle East
is good for America," he
says.
After his stop in Santa
Rosa County, Romney and
the Mitt Mobile were slated
l'or a stop in Escambia
County at the National
Museum of Naval Aviation,
with stops in Okaloosa and
Bay County to follow.


on their peanut wagons, they'
have flashers on their equip-
ment, they've got the tags,
they've done everything
they're suppose to," Kelley
said during Monday's meet-
ing.
He says the only time a
farmer won't move over to let
traffic pass is when a house, or
mailbox, or roadside ditch
doesn't allow it.
"They're not out there to
be mean," he says, "they're out
there to make a living."
Kelley, who reminded the
Commissioners that agriculture
brings in over 72 million dol-
lars to the county every year,
asked them to draft a letter
requesting the state modify the
law, or make it , 'ag exempt.'
In reaction to the current
situation Commissioner Don
Salter said, " I think it's atro-
cious that we start picking on
our farmers, especially in des-
ignated farming areas."
Salter and the other
Commissioners pledged their
support to the farmers and
approved the motion to draft
such a letter as was discussed.
... .The l.tt,erx,4 Pe a dressed
' to the Governrid the legislative"
delegation,,. and the
Commissioner of Agriculture,
who is presently looking into
the case.
The Commissioners stated
they will ask that all farm equip-
ment in the rural end of the
county be exempt, seek
approval for caution signs alert-
ing motorist of slow moving


Peanut and cotton farmers, Dexter Hunter and Steve Godwin stand in front of one of Godwin's
largest peanut pickers, which the DOT says exceeds width limits for travel on public roads. Without
it, Godwin's harvest will hurt.
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Now that Mother Nature has
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RV Outlet provide the means.

If you're one of those itching
to "get away" for a few days, a
weekend, or a week or so, but
who doesn't have the knowhow
to go about accomplishing it,
you're in luck. Lee and Carla
Cook, along with their competent
crew at The RV Outlet, located at
5787 Highway 90 in West
Milton, have an RV-load of
answers and will be happy to
share them with you to the
fullest extent of their resources!

First, you'll need a travel trail-
er or RV. The RV Outlet can help
with that.
Second, you'll need plans that
include a destination, and things
to do when you get there.
Fortunately, The RV Outlet can
help you with that as well.

Finally, about those reserva-
tions you may have about strik-
ing out on your own, The RV
Outlet can also help you soothe
any fears you may have about
"fitting in" when you embark on
a pioneering journey!

Aside from the half million
dollars in inventorN The RV
Outler has in store on uti West
Milton complex, the amenities
offered are part of their customer
service package that meets or
exceeds the offerings of any
business of its kind, anywhere,
period.


And at The RV Outlet, cus-
tomer service will always come
first, according to both Lee and
Carla who are veterans of the
trade and have found it to be the
first line of defense, or offense, if
you will, for any successful busi-
ness. It begins at the point of
contact when a customer visits
The RV Outlet lot.
And it doesn't end with the
sale. Lee and Carla will continue
to answer questions and provide
service on your trailer for as long
as you desire.

You see, both Lee and Carla
Cook, who established their first
RV outlet in Dothan, Alabama,
have a passion for people as well
as the RV business. And they go
much further than the proverbial
mile to insure that those who
shop for and buy RVs are per-
sonally satisfied, for satisfaction
is a product just as much as the
RV itself.

Lee believes that it's not just
showing a buyer a trailer and fill-
ing out the paperwork, but find-
ing a product that fits the cus-
tomer as well. The customers
who purchase the RV will be
happier and will enjoy their trips
to a much greater extent if the
RV fits both their needs and their
desires.

It's understood that customers
who shop for RVs have a specific
need and certain anticipations
about what they want. And in
this regard, Lee and Carla strive
to provide a personal touch in
that they make every effort to
pair the customer with the trailer'
that fits their specific needs and
wishes.

RV customers will find them-
selves in "RV paradise" when
they visit the lot on Highway 90.
The RV Outlet is a Cherokee
dealership, featuring not only the
high-end Standard Cherokee line,
but sublines, including the


Flagstaff and the Wolf Pack, all
by Forest River. It won't take a
customer long to identify with
the slogan, "Cherokee leads the
pack!"
The RVs on display at The
RV Outlet are incredibly beauti-
ful. And those who haven't had
the time or the inclination to
examine the late models will be
pleasantly surprised to find they
not only have all the comforts of
home, but many that the home
doesn't even feature.
The Cherokee Lite offers you
a complete home on wheels and
is innovatively designed to make
towing and hauling easier for
both you and your vehicle. They
are light weight but are built
with the same solid construction
that the Cherokee Standard and
Wolf Pack models feature.

And the Flagstaff s floor plans
will make you wonder why you
don't own one already. Different
models, of course, offer varying
features, but all offer an abun-
dance of sleeping options, count-
er space, and storage. They make
it easy for families to stretch out
and include all the things their
activities require.

The Wolf Pack is known
throughout the industry as
"Bigger and Better," a feature
that's clearly shown in the indus-
try's largest picture window.
You're entitled to enjoy where
you're at, and with Wolf Pack
you easily see all your surround-
ings.
They onlh offer non-motor-
ized, or towable, RVs at The RV
Outlet, and Lee says he has no
plans to include motorized vehi-
cles at the dealership. And 90%
of the inventory on the lot can be
pulled with a half-ton vehicle.
That makes them even more
attractive to area vacationers.

Just to measure the extent of
their popularity, RVs are among


The entire staff at The RV Outlet is dedicated to the ultimate quality of their vehicles
and the personal satisfaction of their customers. Honesty, integrity, and commitment are
mainstays there, but you'll never find a charge for them on your bill. Left to right are
Roger Hobbs, Service Manager; Ken Cook, Sales Manager; Christy Maxwell, Business
Manager; Jennifer Adams, Office Manager; and Carla and Lee Cook, owners.


the possessions of 1 in 12 vehi-
cle owning households in the
United States today. That,
according to the Recreation
Vehicle Industry Association
(RVIA'i. makes as many as 8
million households with an RV.

If you think that's noieworthN.
try this on for size Karin
Manning. in an article written for
the RV industry, says RV 'aca-
tions are more affordable than
trjaelling by cruise ship. com-
mercial airline, or personal car.
And a study conducted by anoth-
er consulting firm estimates that
a family of four can spend up to
74 percent less when travelling
by RV, factoring in ownership
costs and resulting tax benefits.
"Regardless of gas prices, RV


owners still get a bigger bang for
their buck when compared to
other types of vacations," says
Richard Coon, RVIA president.
"Affordability is a key reason
why RV travel appeals so much
to families."

Ac uual1l. there are any num-
ber of reasons t" h) RV anticipa-
tor,. as well as RV current own-
ers, should go b� and talk with
the experts at The RV Outlet.,
The RV Outlet is a full-support
establishment for RV trailer own-
ers.
"We service almost all makes
and brands," Lee said, "and we
have many parts in stock for fast
assistance. Next time you need a
part or repair, contact us or bring
your RV trailer by, and we'll be


glad to assist you with it."
Lee's 27 years of experience
in the RV industry make him,
without doubt, an authority in the
RV field. His background
includes service with both
Leisure Time RV and Carpenter's
Campers, where he held the
responsibility of sales manager.

You can trust Lee and Carla
and the whole staff at The RV
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the courtesy and respect the cus-
tomer should expect are included
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By MELISSA CASSUTT
Freedom News Service
yeglasses have had their share of uncoolness, and wearers have heard it
all: Geek. Nerd. Dork. And, of course: Four Eyes.
But somehow sunglasses, in all their dark-glass glory, have always been
sweet. Big-deal rock stars wear sunglasses. Hot-stuff actresses wear sunglasses.
Corey Hart wears sunglasses - at night, no less.
Plus, whatever style you embrace - the Jackie 0 bug eyes, the Ray-Ban avi-
ators (thank you, "Top Gun"), or God forbid, those neon plastic '80s shades -
you can wear 'em with pride. Sunglasses offer more than just facial awesome-
ness. Nearly all shades on the market block harmful ultraviolet light that can lead
to cataracts and eye cancer.
A recent study also suggests there's reason to slip on your shades sooner and
wear them longer. Japanese researchers concluded that UV exposure in early
morning, and late afternoon is double that of midday, what were once considered
the most dangerous hours of sun exposure.
With help from Dr. Richard Davidson, practice director of the Rocky
Mountain Lions Eye Institute in Denver, here are some other things you ought to
know about your eyes, the sun and sunglasses - all year round!


CAN YOU
GO BLIND?
Mom always said it:
"Don't stare at the
sun, you'll go blind."
But will you? Possibly.
Staring at the sun can
burn a hole in your retina.


BLAME THE ALTITUDE
Outdoor enthusiasts need to pack a pair of
sunglasses when skiing or boating, because the
reflective surfaces of snow and water increase
the harsh light of the sun.
High elevations "get more UV exposure than
other places in the country," Davidson said.
Skiers are at particular risk for snow blind-
ness - in which the surface of the eye is burned
and vision is temporarily distorted.
Polarized lenses can help cut the reflection,
although polarization doesn't offer any addition-
al health benefit, Davidson said. Neither does the
color of the lenses; it's a matter of preference.


WEDNESDAY
September 26, 2007
Section B


They're not just for




SUMMER
i anymore



NOT ALL SUNGLASSES ARE CREATED EQUAL
Sunglasses that wrap around the comers of the eye are more beneficial.
than ones that sit flat in front of the eye, Davidson said.
Flat-front glasses allow the wearer to open the eyes comfortably, but
also allow UV light to enter the sides of the glasses, potentially increasing
harmful exposure. Wrap-around sunglasses - and no, we're not talking
those massive granny-style shades that could double as shop goggles -
are the best choice.



LIGHT EYES
Blue eyes have less pigment to
absorb UV light, and people with
light irises are often more sensitive
to bright light. No color eye, how-
ever, is protected from UV light:
Everyone needs sunglasses.


THE PROBLEM WITH UV LIGHT
There are two types of ultraviolet light that concern eye
health: UVA and UVB. Scientifically, the difference is the length
of the wave. Medically, UVA penetrates the skin and causes
wrinkles and increases cancer-causing effects of UVB, which
makes the skin bum.
When talking about sunglasses, "UV protection" covers both
types of light. Nearly all sunglasses found on the market offer
UV protection, including most cheap ones.
Some contacts offer UV protection,, but sunglasses are still
needed to protect eye tissue. UV light is known to cause
cataracts and skin cancer on the eyelid and surface of the eye. It
is also suspected to contribute to macular degeneration, a gener-
al deterioration of the retina that can lead to legal blindness,
Davidson said.


TIPS FOR TOTS
S Parents should pay special attention to the shades they put on their
children. Some of the flimsy kids glasses don't offer any UV protec-
tion (ones that do will be marked), but because the tinted lenses dilate
the eyes, more UV light can enter than if the child had gone without.


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Lifestyles


Some say - nothing is
more sure than change,
while others prefer - the
more things change the
more they stay the same.
We'll let you decide.
This feature to the
Gazette, appearing intermit-
tently, celebrates the histori-
cal heritage of Santa Rosa
County through photos, old
and new, that show how
some of our most cherished
landmarks have faired
through the years; what's
changed and what hasn't.
If you have an old photo
featuring landmarks in
Santa Rosa County, specifi-
cally those that still exist in
some form, please forward
them to us, and we'll con-
sider them for future use in
this section.
Please be sure to include
a brief description of what
you send and the address, if
possible.


Santa Rosa: Yesterday and Today





T *" . - ,- . - .
Alabama Street, at the intersec tion of Munson High\\ a. as it appeared in the early 1900's, and as it is today. Alabama was also known as The Brewton Road, because
it was the main road north. The home in the old photo belonged to Judge L.M. Rhoda, and was originally located near the northeast corner of the intersection. Note
the cow in the original photo standing in the middle of the street. Milton passed a cow law in 1916 that required livestock owners to keep all animals on their own
property. By 1941, escape bovines were still a problem and the city had to double the fines for reclaiming impounded cows and hogs at $1 a head.
Special thanks to Laurie Green and the Santa Rosa Historical Society for the photo and its history


Local makes Sergeant

Steven Paul Gunton, the
son of Dr. John C. and
Renita Gunton of Milton,
has been promoted to the
rank of Sergeant First Class
in the U.S. Army. Sergeant
Gunton is a 1993 graduate of
Faith Christian School in
Milton.M
He hds seen 1 tour of
duty in Iraq, 1 in Kuwait, -
and has been an Army
recruiter for 3 years. He is
currently in Pensacola
recruiting once again.


Wound Care. At Santa Rosa Medical Center, our first priority is to help you
achieve the best health you can. Yet, for many people in our community,
their quality c. ilii,. is comprised by problems associated with serious wounds
that are the result of diabetes, trauma injuries, r.j..:,ti.n, infections, ulcers
and other conditions. We can now enhance the recovery process thanks to
our new Center for Wound Care and Hyperbaric Medicine which is staffed
by clinical experts who use state-of-the-art hyperbaric chambers and the
latest protocols to safely and effectively heal problem wounds.

Our purpose in bringing this ri-:ri.ll recognized wound care service to
our community is to improve the c'., oi / of life of those we serve. For more
information about the Center for Wound Care and Hyperbaric i,.i: ,-
which is conveniently located at 4225 Woodbine Rd, Suite C, in the
Woodbine Medical Park, in Pace, please call (850) 994-4523.





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For more information about these animal, call:
Santa Rosa County Animal Services at (850) 983-4680
View all adoptable pets online at
www.santarosa.fl.gov/animals/adoptablepets


FRANKENSTEIN - ID#A036539
My name is FRANKENSTEIN. I am a
neutered male, white and tan Fox Terrier
- Wirehaired mix.
The shelter thinks I am about 8 months
old. I have been at the shelter since Aug
28, 2007.









CURTIS LOW - ID#A038899
My name is CURTIS LOW. I am a male,
tan Cocker Spaniel mix.
The shelter thinks I am about 4 months
old. I have been at the shelter since Jul
19, 2007.


PANCHO - ID#A037686
My name is PANCHO. I am a male, black
and white English Pointer mix.
The shelter thinks I am about 6 months
old. I have been at the shelter since May
28, 2007.


EMMA - ID#A039207
My name is EMMA. I am a female,
gray Poodle - Miniature.
The shelter thinks I am about 6 years
old. I have been at the shelter since
Aug 02, 2007.


FRITZ - ID#A039370 BABY - ID#A039559


My name is FRITZ. I am a male, tan and
white Dachshund - Wirehaired and
Schnauzer - Standard. The shelter
thinks I am about 1 year and 1 month
old.I have been at the shelter since Aug
10,2007.


My name is BABY. I am a spayed
female, tan Soft-Coated Wheaten Terrier.
The shelter thinks I am about 4 years
old. I have been at the shelter since Aug
21, 2007.


Pets featured in today's Adopt-A-Pet may no longer be available for adoption at the time of publication.
Please contact Santa Rosa County Animal Services at: 4451 Pine Forest Road Milton, FL 32583
(850)983-4680 or (850)936. 6177 ~ Monday through Friday 8:00am-4:30pm, Saturday 9:00am-2:00pm


Baby of


the Week

On August 23, 2006,,at
12:08 p.m., the Good Lord
blessed two new parents, John
& Britteny Barnes with a beau-
tiful baby boy, named Caden
Riley Barnes. He came into the
world weighing 6 pounds, 9
ounces and measured 19 1/2
inches long.
Caden just recently cele-
brated his first birthday. His
mommy and daddy would like
to thank family and friends that
joined in on the celebration.
Mommy and daddy would
like to say thank you to Caden
for-being such a blessing to the
two of us. We love you more
than anything in the world. We
hope you had a great 1st birth-
,day. pooh bear.


Wednesday-September 26, 2007


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Community



United Way of Santa Rosa has two new team



members ready to serve the community needs


Stephanie Saylor is excit-
ed to be serving as the new
Campaign Director for United
Way of Santa Rosa County.
Although she was raised in
Virginia and lived in Texas
.prior to moving to the Gulf
Coast, she finds the communi-
ty of Santa Rosa very welcom-
ing both personally and pro-
fessionally. Saylor believes in
United Way from her experi-
ence working for the YMCA
in Texas for three years and
the amazing support her local
United Way provided. Now
she sees her opportunity to
,help 14 nonprofits carry out
their missions through the
genicr,,it( of the community
as they hope to soar past this
year's goal of $375,000! "Our
'campaign theme this year is
'Connect the Dots'; which
truly represents what United
Way of Santa Rosa County
does on a daily basis. We want
to educate the public about
needs and the services that
meet those needs that exist in
our community. It is essential
.that we connect with those
,who can help through their
volunteerism or through a


donation to those who need
help with basic necessities to
keep moving in a positive
direction. When we are strong
as individuals, we become
stronger families, and natural-
ly the community strengthens
as well. We strive to make
those connections, be we need
your help to make a differ-
ence," says Saylor.
Dianne Presley,
Community Project
Coordinator, is a native of
Santa Rosa County and comes
to the United Way by way of a
25-year long career with the
United States Postal Service.
After an early retirement and
completion of her social work
degree, Dianne is glad for the
opportunity to give back to her
community. Her role in the
team includes organizing the
2007 Day of Caring on
October 25, 2007. This effort
identifies needs in the commu-
nity and organizes volunteers
to meet those needs in practi-
cal, hands-on ways. Last year,
projects included building
wheel chair ramps, painting
homes, removing yard debris,
and landscaping. This year's


theme is "Connect the Dots -
Unity through Volunteerism"
and Dianne is excited to be a
part of the effort. "Many of
our neighbors are not healed
from the effects of the disas-
ters we have endured. Our
.fourteen partner agencies as
well as many other service
organizations throughout the
county have a long list of
ways we can help. We are so
fortunate that our community
is so willing to serve and all
we need to do is connect the
two groups. We look forward
to hearing from our local busi-
nesses, civic organizations,
and churches on how they
want to help."
The United Way of Santa
Rosa County, Inc. may be a
small seven member team, but
the work being done on behalf
of local citizens has made a
big impact. Executive
Director Guy Thompson leads
the team and serves in partner-
ship with the Board of
Directors. "The volunteers
who serve on our Board repre-
sent the many business part-
ners who contribute greatly to
the success of our county.


They govern the business of
the United Way and make the
daily decisions
Stirling "Bud"
Boomhower, Administrator-
Community Strategies, and
Rochelle King, Case
Management Supervisor,
manage the Santa Rosa
Organizations Assisting
Recovery (SOAR) effort.
With teams of contractors and
community volunteers like
the Florida Baptist
Convention funded by
Samaritans Purse, Boeing
Employees Foundation, Eli
Lilly Company, the National
Football League, United
Methodist Disaster Mission,
and others SOAR managed
1.8 million dollars in hurri-
cane relief funds to build or
rebuild 400 homes serving
over 2000 families. These
efforts were recognized at the
2007 Governors Hurricane
Conference. In addition, the
team manages the Emergency
Support Function - ESF 15,
which monitors the status of
unmet needs and expedites
the delivery of goods and
services to support disaster


Lowery named Landmark Volunteer


Kyle Alden Lowrey, age
:16, of Milton, spent two
'weeks of his summer break
*as a volunteer in the Spotted
:Bear Ranger District of west-
,ern Montana. Kyle, son of
'Gerald Lowrey and his wife,
,Sherry Broom, was selected
'by Landmark Volunteers to
'be part of a group that cut
:new trails, finished existing
'trails, cleared brush, and
'built jackleg fences. He
'stayed in a bunkhouse with
,others at the ranger station
'fifty miles from the town of
:Hungry Horse, Montana.
Last year Kyle was a
'member of the Science
'Honor Society at Milton
'High School, where was also
:a member of the Robotics
'Team. A musician, he plays
'electric bass, acoustic and
'electric guitars, the piano,
'and the drums and composes


Kyle Alden Lowery

some of his own music. He
enjoys outdoor activities as
well as tennis, hiking, hunt-
ing, fishing and riding dirt


bikes.
Landmark Volunteers,
based in Sheffield, MA, is a
non-profit service organiza-
tion offering high school stu-
dents the opportunity to per-
form community service at
nationally recognized histor-
ical, cultural, and environ-
mental or social service
institutions located through-
out the country. Now in its
16th year, Landmark
Volunteers provides each
host organization with an
,entire team of hard-working
young people capable of
accomplishing a great deal of
much needed manual labor.
The Spotted Bear Ranger
District of the U.S. Forest
Service encompasses over
one million acres in western
Montana, immediately south
of Glacier National Park and
includes the Great Bear and


Jay Peanut Festival announces


its '07 entertainment schedule


The 18th annual Peanut
Festival, October 6 & 7, 2007,
is grateful to everyone that is
'involved in the festival, but is
especially grateful to the
entertainers. These fine folks
volunteer their time and tal-
ents for all of us to have a
good time!
We are especially grateful
to Cher Lynn Bragg for con-
senting to perform on
Saturday (Oct. 6th) at 4 p.m. I
understand that she is on her
'way up in the music world.
She writes and singes her own
music as she is accompanied
by her husband, Scott Bragg,
on the guitar. We hope she will


Veterans Benefits
Briefing
A briefing on VA benefits
will be held for all veterans,
including active duty
approaching discharge, at 6
p.m. on Thursday, September
27 at the American Legion
Post 78, located at 6025
Spikes Way near the County
Auditorium. Santa Rosa
County Veterans Service
Officer, Karen Haworth, will
give an overview of benefits
offered, answer questions one-
on-one and schedule appoint-
ments for filing a claim with


have great success on her new
CD. Nashville will be a little
brighter having a new star.
The following is the
Music Entertainment sched-
ule! Shorty Ryals is in charge
of the entertainment and Mr.
Henry Botts is the Emcee,
Saturday. Oct. 6
9 to 10 a.m. - Muskogee
Boys
10 to 11 a.m. - Rolling
Tide
11 to 12 noon - Buddy
Bell & Friends
Noon to 1 p.m. - Southern
Classic
1 to 2 p.m. - Southern
Sound


the VA.
All veterans are urged to
attend this important briefing;
military retirees, peace time
vets, and even those who
served for just a few years
may be eligible for VA bene-
fits.
For more information,
please contact Tom Griffith,
Commander American Legion
Post 78 at 623-5055 or Karen
Haworth, Santa Rosa County
Veteran Services at 626-8724.

Monthly Republican
Club to meet


2 to 3 p.m. - Sawgrass
Revival
3 to 4 p.m. - Bertrand
Sisters
4 until - Cher Lynn Bragg
Sunday, Oct. 7
9 to 10 a.m. - Church-Rev.
Earl Green
10 to 11 a.m. - Judy
Gallant
11 to 12 noon - Linda Bird
Noon to 1 p.m. - Jenny
Corley
1 to 2 p.m. - Muskogee
Boys
2 to 3 p.m. - Sawgrass
Revival
3 to 4 p.m. - High Cotton
Band


The Republican Club of
Santa Rosa County will
hold its monthly meeting
and Dutch Treat Dinner at
The Club at Hidden Creek,
3070 PGA Blvd, in
Navarre, at 6:30 P.M. on
Tuesday, October 2, 2007.
The Featured Speaker is
Ms. Ann Bodenstein
Supervisor of Elections for
Santa Rosa County. Bring a
guest.
For additional informa-
tion please contact Morgan
Lamb, President at Tel
(850) 939 2409 or Email
morganlamb @bellsouth.net


Bob Marshall Wilderness
Areas and the South and
Middle Forks of the Flathead
River. It is the largest Forest
Service District in the coun-
try. At elevations from 3,500
to 9,300 feet, the area sup-
ports populations of white-
tailed deer, black bears, elk,
mountain goats, native trout
and an occasional grizzly
bear,
Further information
about Landmark Volunteers
may be obtained by visiting
the website at www.volun-
teers.com


relief efforts. Service Point
also provides a web-based
application to help service
providers with referral track-
ing, resource data, and case
management.
Rita Flowers,
Administrative Assistant and
David Bell, Front Desk Staff,
work with Rochelle King and
other staff members to
respond to First Call for Help.
This one-stop information and
referral service helps to point
callers in the direction of
organizations or agencies that
can assist them with needs
ranging from housing,
employment, and personal
assistance. They also serve
walk-in clients seeking assis-
tance.
Founded in 1957 and cele-
brating 50 years of service, the
United Way raised $8,600 in
its first year. In 2006, the team
received over $341,000 to dis-


tribute back to the community.
The campaign goal for 2007 is
$375,000 and Executive
Director Thompson has no
doubt the community will rise
to the challenge. "The Santa
Rosa County community is
always willing to give back to
those less fortunate. Our job at
United Way of Santa Rosa
County is to point out the need
and make giving easy. Our
entire staff is dedicated to the
United Way mission to
'improve lives by mobilizing
the caring power of communi-
ties'. We look forward to a
great Victory Celebration at
the end of the 2007 campaign
and thank the community in
advance for their generous
contributions this year."
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of Santa Rosa County team,
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the office at 6568 Caroline
Street, Milton, Florida.


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Ebenezer Assembly of
God will be holding a Pastor's
Appreciation Day and
Fellowship Lunch on Sunday.,
September 30. The church
will be honoring their pastor
and family, Pastor Bobby and
Sister Dena Carnley, Zach
Carnley, Brother Marvin &
Sister Daisy Merritt, and
Sister Claudine & Brother
Bud Kimmons.
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Lunch will, follow after
the morning message given
by Brother Joe Gillman.
There will be an Afternoonp
Singing by the "Soldiers of
the Cross." The parsonage has
been remodeled and there will
also be a Dedication ceremo-
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Welcome to It's A
Blessing! Units of food are
madnc available to you
through Angel Food
Ministries on a monthly basis
att onlv S25 per unit. You may
purchase as many units as you
want. Each unit that you pur-
chase allows you to buy the
specials. June's distribution
takes place Saturday. October
27, from 8 to 9:30 a.m.
Milton's host site is First
United Methodist Church,
located at 6830 Berryhill St.
Sign-up is Tuesday. October
2. and Thursday. October 4. at
the Penfield Center From 11
a.m. to 12:30. Also,


Navigating Divorce

Workshop to begin


Are you experiencing the
pain and grief of divorce?
Attend this upcoming
Divorce Recovery Workshop,
entitled Navigating Divorce.
This 8-session workshop is
designed to make the adjust-
ment from married life to sin-
ile life more understandable.
This workshop will meet
each Wednesday night begin-
ning October 10 at 6:15 p.m.
until 7:30 p.m. Reservations
are requested.
"Navigating Divorce" is
open to the public and is a
non-denominational class
held at Christ United
Methodist Church on
Dogwood Drive in Milton.


While attending the work-
shop, a nursery will be pro-
vided for children, infant to 3
years of age. There will be a
Kingdom Kids Bible. Study
and activities for children
ages 4 though 5th grade. A
Youth Bible Study is provided
for grades 6 and above.
An - optional dinner is
provided at 5:30 p.m. for the
cost of $4 per adult and $1.25
per child. Dinner reservations
are requested each Monday
by noon.
For reservations or for
more information, call 623-
0614 or 623-8820.


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Special #2 at $18.00 is 4 8 oz. K.C. Strip Steaks, 4 8 oz.
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Macaroni & Beef, Beef Pattie & Gravy, Chicken & Noodle,
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God Church, located at 9550
Chumuckla cordially invites
the public to join them in a
special Singspiration on
Sunday, September 30 at 6
p.m. Special guests will be the
Hendersons from Milton.
The Hendersons have
been a singing family since
1989 and bring to this evening
of worship in song, expert
experience, having been
involved in the singing min-
istry for over 60 combined
years. They sing primarily tra-
ditional and southern style
gospel music, believing that


can be a blessing and souls
will be saved.
The group consists of
Sonny Henderson, his daugh-
ter-Lydia, and Sandra
Fowler, along with Sonny's
wife, Marie, who is full time
office manager and sound
technician in concert. They
have seven recorded projects
including many local area
favorites.
Come on out and enjoy
this singspiration. .For more
information, and or direc--'
tions, contact Pastor Steve
Zepp at 850-995-5821.


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Chicken Chunks, (1) 24 oz.
Pork Roast, (1) 16 oz.
Chicken Breast Fajitas, (1) 12
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Pork & Beans, (1) 16 oz.
Fresh Carrots, (1) 24 oz.
Homestyle Hashbrowns, (1)
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Ask the Preacher

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tions with Biblical answers about life.

Dear Pastor Gallups, "What is the unpardonable sin, and
is it possible that I may have committed it?" - Y.S. - Milton
Dear Y.S.,
I am sure there are many people who are afraid that they
may have committed the "unpardonable sin." This is proba-
bly not accurate though, considering the fact that their very
repentance (or desire to repent) is evidence that the Holy
Spirit is still working in their lives. If God had given up on
them, they would have no desire for a right relationship with
Him.
The most important factor to consider is the context in
which Jesus spoke of the sin that could not be forgiven. In
Matthew 12:32, Jesus said that speaking against the Son of
Man can be forgiven but speaking against the Holy Spirit
will not be forgiven. Jesus was referring to the sin of those
particular Pharisees who stood at the crossroad of redemp-
tive history and saw the evidence of Jesus' goodness and
miracles, but still accused Him of being under the influence
of an evil spirit. They saw the Messiah fulfillment of Old
Testament prophecies of the Christ performing miracles of
power and deity, and they called it the work of Satan. They
attributed the work of the Holy Spirit to satanic power in
their attempt to discredit the Deity of Jesus Christ.
These Pharisees stood in a highly accountable place.
While claiming to be God's representatives to the people of
Israel, they deliberately and willfully attributed Jesus' power
to Satan. They did this in the face of direct evidence that
Jesus was in fact the sinless Son of God. It was a shocking
act of wickedness and unbelief.
So in keeping with the Biblical context, if there is an
unforgivable sin today, it is my opinion that it would be the
sin of consistently and continually denying the truth of the
gospel throughout one's life, gradually hardening one's heart
against God and His revelation of Himself in Christ. Or,
something along the line of an out and out rejection of Jesus
Christ that lasts one's lifetime.
I believe that no one has committed the unpardonable
sin if he or she is genuinely concerned about having com-
mitted it. A person who sins against the Holy Spirit has no
love for God or any desire to be reconciled to Him.
Carl Gallups is the Pastor of Hickory Hammock Baptist Church. in Milton. He has a Bachelor of
Science degree from Florida State University, and a Master of Divinity from The New Orleans Baptist
Theological Seminary. He has been pastor of HHBC since 1987. He serves as an International Youth
Evangelist for the Southern Baptist Convention preaching all over the U.S. and Canada. For more infor-
mation 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
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an event, "Out of Thin Air." Many questions are posed and will
be answered this evening.What story does the fossil record
really tell. What is the meaning of life. Come and find out -
-Was- Darwin wrong?. It will be from September 28 through
Monday, October 1st. The church is located at 5325 Berryhill
Rd in Milton. Services begin at 7 p.m., Friday, September 28th.
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Wednesday-September 26, 2007 Santa Rosa's Press Gazette Pag. 5-B


NOTICE OF CHANGE OF LAND USE
AND INTENT TO CONSIDER AN ORDINANCE


The Santa Rosa County Local Planning Board and Board of
County Commissioners will conduct public hearings to consider
a change of land use and/or rezoning of land areas depicted on
the maps within this advertisement. The hearings are scheduled
as follows:
Local Planning Board (to consider and make a recommendation
on the proposals):
Thursday, October 11, 2007 at 6:00 p.m.
Board of County Commissioners (to consider adoption of the ordi-
nance):
Thursday, October 25, 2007 at 6:00 p.m.
Both meetings will be held at the Santa Rosa County
Administrative Center in the Board Meeting Room, 6495 Caroline
Street, Milton, Florida. At the public hearings, the Local
Planning Board and Board of County Commissioners shall con-
sider the ordinance entitled:
AN ORDINANCE RELATING TO SANTA ROSA COUNTY,
FLORIDA; AMENDING ORDINANCE 91-24 AS AMENDED;
CHANGING THE ZONING DISTRICTS AS DEPICTED IN
THE ATTACHED MAPS; APPROVING THE AMENDMENTS
TO THE OFFICIAL ZONING MAP OF THE LAND DEVEL-
OPMENT CODE AS DEPICTED IN THE ATTACHED MAPS;
AMENDING ORDINANCE 2003-25; AMENDING THE
FUTURE LAND USE MAP OF THE SANTA ROSA COUNTY
COMPREHENSIVE PLAN; CHANGING THE LAND USE
CLASSIFICATIONS AS DEPICTED IN THE ATTACHED
MAPS; PROVIDING FOR CODIFICATION; AND PROVID-
ING FOR AN EFFECTIVE DATE.
Zoning District Amended: from R1M (Mixed Residential
Subdivision District) to R2 (Medium Density Residential District)
- total approximately 1.38 (+/-) acres.
Future Land Use Designation Amended: from Single Family
Residential to Medium Density Residential.


Zoning District Amended: from RR1 (Rural Residential District) to
M1 (Restricted Industrial District) - total approximately .68 (+/-)
acres.
Future Land Use Designation Amended: from Single Family
Residential to Industrial.


Zoning District Amended: from R1 (Single Family Residential
District) to R2 (medium Density Residential District) approxi-
mately 1.47 (+/-) acres and HCD (Highway Commercial
Development District) approximately .49 (+/) acres.
Future Land Use Designation Amended: from Single Family
Residential to Medium Density Residential and Commercial


Zoning District Amended: from R1 (Single Family Residential
District) to HCD (Highway Commercial Development District) -
total approximately 1.10 (+/) acres.
Future Land Use Designation Amended: from Single Family
Residential to Commercial


Zoning District Amended: from R1 (Single Family Residential
District) to HCD (Highway Commercial Development District) -
total approximately .47 (+/) acres.
Future Land Use Designation Amended: from Single Family
Residential to Commercial


Zoning District Amended: from Ag (Agriculture District) to HCD
(Highway Commercial Development District) - total approximate-
ly 1.54 (+/) acres.
Future Land Use Designation Amended: from Agriculture to
Commercial


Zoning District Amended: from Ag (Agriculture District) to M2
(General Industrial District) - total approximately 26.56 (+/) acres.


Zoning District Amended: from R1 (Single Family Residential
District) to R2 (medium
Density Residential District) approximately 7.32 (+/-) acres


Zoning District Amended: from R2M (Medium Density Mixed
Residential Subdivision District) to HCD (Highway Commercial
Development District) - total approximately 3.7 (+/) acres.
Future Land Use Designation Amended: from Residential to
Commercial


Zoning District Amended: from Ag (Agriculture District) to HCD
(Highway Commercial Development District) - total approximate-
ly 3.45 (+/) acres.
Future Land Use Designation Amended: from Agriculture to
Commercial


Zoning District Amended: from R1M (Mixed Residential Subdivision
District) and M1 (Restricted Industrial) to R2 (Medium Density
Residential District) - total approximately 2.86 (+/) acres.
Future Land Use Designation Amended: from Single Family
Residential and Industrial to Medium Density Residential


The proposed ordinance and maps may be inspected by the pub-
lic prior to the above scheduled meetings at the Santa Rosa
County Planning Department, 6051 Old Bagdad Highway, Milton,
Florida. Interested parties may appear at the meetings and be
heard with respect to this proposed ordinance. All interested
parties should take notice that if they decide to appeal any deci-
sion made by the Santa Rosa County Board of County
Commissioners with respect to any matter coming before said
Board at said meeting, it is their individual responsibility to
insure that a record of proceedings they are appealing exists
and for such purpose they will need to insure that a verbatim
record of the proceedings is made, which record shall include
the testimony and the evidence upon which their appeal is to be
based.
Santa Rosa County adheres to the Americans with Disabilities
Act and will make reasonable modifications for access to this
meeting upon request. Please call Santa Rosa County Planning,
Zoning and Development Division at (850) 981-7075 or (850) 939-
1259 to make a request. For Hearing-Impaired, 1-800-955-8770
(Voice). Requests must be received at least 48 hours in advance
of the meeting in order to provide the requested service.


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News, sports, weather!
Whether by radio, tele-
vision, newspaper, or
other media, we are con-
stantly reminded and
updated (on an hourly
basis for the most part)
about three major issues
that are considered the
most important in our
lives today.
Of the three, news and
weather change constant-
ly, leaving only sports as
the area that we most
enjoy taking pride in per-
sonally documenting and
sharing.
So, whether by wear-
ing clothing,- such as
shirts, jerseys, jackets,
and caps, or by displaying
other sports memorabilia,
such as coffee *mugs,
sports beads, auto tags, or
even windchimes, we
expose and document our
preferences and alle-
giances to various sports
teams and groups. It's the
"game world" in which
individuals often become
overwhelmingly and emo-
tionally involved!
And it's ageless! That
is, groups and individuals
from all aspects and age
levels become caught up
in the emotionally charged
atmosphere surrounding
such events, creating a
demand for items that
have in some past
instances been difficult to
meet.
Sensing this con-
sumers' sports enthusiasm
motivation, Bill and Nina
Ehly decided a dozen or
so years ago that it might
be a good business to con-
sider as a second career
for them both. After all,
Bill had a great deal of
experience in the industry,
supplying awards,
plaques, and other recog-
nition memorabilia to a
Navy-wide market while
in the Navy, and later as a
buyer for a Navy contract
agency.
He knew the industry
inside and out, and cou-
pled with his wife, Nina's,
expertise in business man-
agement as a 30-year
employee of the Santa


Rosa County School
Board, the pair felt them-
selves on safe ground in
experience and manage-
ment. "I had a lot of expe-
rience in all phases of
bookkeeping from receiv-
ables and payables to pay-
roll," Nina said, "and I felt
I could share some of the
responsibilities through
that type of work."
So when Bill retired
from the Navy at NAS
Whiting Field in 1977
after 23 years of service,
they opened up shop in
Crestview and for the next
10 years cultivated a rela-
tionship with the .public
that only became more
successful over the years.
As the business devel-
oped, both Bill and Nina
began to realize a local
need for the merchandise
they offered and decided
to open a shop closer to
home. With that decision
behind them, Bill and
Nina selected the present
location at 4867 West
Spencer Field Road in
Pace to establish their new
store.
And thus-* EE Sports
d/b/a Ehly Emblems, as it
is known today, with an
inventory of thousands of
pieces of clothing, and an
almost countless number
of other sports related
memorabilia, opened its
doors to a resounding
reception from area cus-
tomers appreciating the
local supply and variety.
The store, now stocked
to the hilt with authentic,
licensed sportswear, is a
heaven for sports enthusi-
asts who want to affiliate
themselves with their
favorite teams and organi-
zations. College, NFL,
and NASCAR sports wear
is available in an almost
endless variety and sup-
ply.
Jackets, jerseys, shirts,
caps, shoes, and other
sports apparel are attrac-
tively racked for inspec-
tion by the customer in a
convenient and environ-
mentally friendly atmos-
phere. They also offer mil-
itary and fraternal plaques
and logos.
Conveniently located


near Wings on the Go,
which itself is a substan-
tially sports-friendly busi-
ness, EE Sports offers
plenty of parking and sub-
stantial ease in accessing
fron West Spencer Field
Road.
But there's an even
more interesting variety of
sports memorabilia.
Customers will find purs-
es, shoes, signs, caps,
pull-on head covering for
outdoor warmth,. garden
shoes, coffee mugs, sports
beads, auto tags, and
sports designated wind-
chimes in a variety of
sizes and tones.
The store is a whirl-
wind of adventure for
sports fans, offering
inventory of a variety that
isn't to be found anywhere
else in the Panhandle area,
except perhaps at the new
location that's just been
opened in the 1-10 (Exit
28) Flea Market in
Bagdad.
"We've found from
past experience that Flea
Market traffic is excep-
tionally good for this type
of business," Bill said,
"and the facilities at the
Bagdad location on
Interstate 10 have the
potential for holding a
great deal of promise for
us."
Four stalls near the
front of the facility are
now open for business at
the Bagdad Flea Market
on Friday, Saturdays, and
Sunday from 9 a.m. to 5
p.m. "We would like to
welcome our friends and
the public to visit us there
if it would be more con-
venient for them," Bill
invited, "and we suspect
that it will be for some of
the people who live in the
East Milton area."
He stressed, however,
that both locations would
continue to operate simul-
taneously. The West
spencer Field location is
open on Wednesdays,
Thursday, Fridays, and
Saturday from 10 a.m.
until 5 p.m. A full line of
merchandise will be avail-
able at both locations.
"We take pride in what
we sell," Bill said. "We


offer only licensed sports-
wear that we personally
select with hands-on care
from supply centers in Las
Vegas, Nevada, and
Atlanta, Georgia."
"We visit these loca-
tions regularly, at least
two or three times a year,"
Nina said of the Las Vegas
and Atlanta supply cen-
ters. "Taking care to
examine products and buy
only quality apparel and
memorabilia, personally,
means that we are assured
of the best items of inven-
tory for the customer."
Not only is the buying
process a money-saver,
but other factors connect-
ed with the business make
it possible to sell for less,
Nina pointed out.
"We don't have the
exorbitant mall rent to pay
or many of the other
extreme expenses that
come with such highly
profiled locations," she
continued, "and as a con-
sequence, we can offer
many items at perhaps
half what a customer
would pay in a mall or
department store clothing
section."
Bill and Nina are look-
ing forward to meeting
new customers and mak-
ing new friends. After liv-
ing here for so many
years, Bill knows a lot of
people. But Nina, as a
native, knows even more,
and they both invite
everyone to come in and
examine their merchan-
dise.
You are also welcome
to give them a call in the
event they can give you
more information or
answer a question about
something you're looking
for. The universal number
to call is (850) 994-8413.
If someone is not immedi-
ately available, either Bill
or Nina will get back to
you as quickly as possible.
Whether you call or
visit personally, you'll
find two of the most
friendly and knowledge-
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trade, available to talk
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Premier Pet Grooming provides compassionate, individualized grooming for your "Best Friend"


By OBIE CRAIN
ocrain@srpressgazette.com
Dogs, like children growing
up in the family setting, develop
admirable manners from train-
ing and regular schedules,
according to Keri Sims, owner
and chief groomer at Premier
Pet Grooming located at 5933
Graham Lane on the east side of
Avalon Blvd. in Milton.
That's why, she says, it's
wise to begin the pet's grooming
program early, and as the ani-
mal grows, it will develop com-
posure and discipline.
But there's more to the
grooming process than just
dropping your pet off at the
"groomer" and picking it up on
your way home later. Using the
same facility and the same
grooming personnel on a uni-
form basis assures your pet a
great deal of self esteem and
freedom from the stress of
adjusting to different people
whenever they are scheduled for
their personal care.
Even just using the same
facility regularly is not entirely
a stress-free ordeal, however,
Keri pointed out. Many groom-
ing facilities are owned and
operated by those who have no
personal interest in the groom-
ing process itself and relief on
others to perform the grooming
functions. At best, employee
turnover is substantial, and the
pet that's subjected to this type
of environment is never sure
who will be in charge and has
difficulty adjusting.
That's not the case at
Premier Pet Grooming where
Keri who owns and operates the
facility is the person who is per-
sonally in charge of the actual
grooming process. She .doesn't
have the liability of frequent
employee turnover, and thus
your pet will more readily
develop a personal relationship
with the same care giver on
each visit.
Besides, entrusting the wel-
fare'and safety of your "best
friend" (doesn't that describe
you and your dog's relation-


ship?) to just anyone, isn't just
exactly what most people prefer
to do.
That's just one of the rea-
sons, however, that Premier Pet
Grooming is worthy of trust to
most any pet owner. Keri, her-
self, is an animal lover who is
quick to develop a personal
relationship with the pet she
grooms. And as chief groomer
she can assure complete quality
control when it come to over-
seeing the individual care of
your pet.
You see, she grew up in an
environment in which animals
played a major role, and her
compassion and personal regard
for animal care were developed
at an early age and has followed
her throughout her career.
She's been serving the
Milton and Pace areas of Santa
Rosa County for some 9 years
now and has a total of 15 years
of experience in the field. She
grew up showing and grooming
dogs for her parents who own
the oldest kennel and grooming
facility in the Pensacola area,
and have earned her degree of
expertise hands-on.
She can assure you that she
and her assistant Krys Reynolds
take the time to ensure the safe-
ty and welfare your pets
deserve. The "patrons" they
groom are guaranteed their
undivided attention and indeed
do get the highest level of serv-
ice available.
"At Premier Pet Grooming,
our goal is simple," Keri says.
"It's to develop a lifelong rela-
tionship with both you and your
pet by providing the best profes-
sional and compassionate
grooming service in this area."
And in keeping with this
.pledge, they maintain a clean,
healthy, safe environment for
you pet at all times.
Carrying this compassionate
care to a higher level includes
the provision of a stress-free
and relaxing environment for
you pet as well as offering spe-
cial care for senior dogs and
puppies. The comfort and well


being of your pet is their first
concern at Premier Pet
Grooming, and they ask that
you please tell them about any
special medical conditions or
allergies that your pet may have
or any medications involved.
To insure a well regulated
schedule for the benefit of both
you and your dog, Keri requires
that appoints be made. You can
schedule your pet for grooming
by calling (850) 626-6072.
Hours have also changed.
Customers are advised to note
the new hours that include regu-
lar grooming services on
Monday, Wednesdays, and
Friday beginning at 8 a.m. and
lasting through 5 p.m.
Comprehensive services
include Premier bath and coat
conditioning, a blow dry, nail
trimming, ears cleaning, and
applicable services in connec-
tion with the draining of anal
glands and brushing and de-tan-
gling. Affordable prices include
bathing which starts at $18 and
grooming which starts at $30.
Frontline applications and
Capstar treatments are also
available for additional fees.
Customers are encouraged to
ask about the discounts that
Premier Pet Grooming makes
available for regular grooming.
A full line of Solid Gold
products are available in the
store as well. In the dry food
department their premium offer-
ing includes the popular Hund-
n-Flocken Adult Dog Food and
the Hundchen Flocken puppy
food lines which contain no arti-
ficial preservatives.
And in addition, canned
foods which include high quali-
ty blended tuna is available for
your cat. And for treats, biscuits
and other treats serve as the per-
fect reward for your pet's posi-
tive activity. They are made
with premium ingredients, and
your pet will love them.
Solid Gold supplements for
your pet are the perfect way to
add that additional nutrition to
its diet. All supplements are


Premier Pet Grooming owner Keri Sims (right) and her chief assistant Krys Reynolds
hobnob with "Dixie," an adopted stray found and delivered to them by a grooming cus-
tomer from the Winn-Dixie parking lot in North Milton. Dixie is not the only adopted pet
they take care of. She's among a half dozen or so who share the good fortune of having


tested to ensure the greatest
nutritional balance.
Keri loves her work, and it
shows in every service she ren-
ders. "It's something I love to
do," she says of her personal
connection to the grooming
business, "and I believe this
makes, or should make, a differ-
ence in the way anyone is
involved in their work.
Something you enjoy is some-
thing you become engaged in to
a greater extent and are more
successful at performing."
To a greater extent, Premier
Pet Grooming is a family orient-
ed operation. Keri and her hus-


band, Junior, have Arabian hors-
es which they keep and enjoy
recreationally. Having such dis-
tinguished animals carry a cer-
tain responsibility, however, and
they both ride with the Sheriffs
Posse and assist with security at
some events.
Their three sons who at one
time or another have had a
direct connection to the groom-
ing activities continue to be suc-
cessful in their personal lives
and activities. The oldest, T.C.,
21, is still in the Navy. The mid-
dle son, Eric, now 19, is away
at college on a football scholar-
ship, and the youngest, Andy,
18, is a senior at Pace High


School. They all have the same
responsible and compassionate
nature for animals as their
mother.
Both Keri and her chief
assistant Krys will be happy to
talk with you about any further
information you may wish about
any services they offer. Give
them a call at (850) 626-6072 or
access them on the detailed and
very informative website at
www.premierpetgrooming.com
on the Internet.
They will be looking for-
ward to hearing from you and
taking care of your "best
friend."


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WEDNESDAY

September 26, 2007
Section C


Break time is over


N Area teams hit the road this Friday


By BILL GAMBLING
sports@ srpressgazette.com
The last person to leave
Santa Rosa County this Friday
needs to turn the lights out.
After a Friday off due to
the threatening weather in the
gulf with tropical depression
10 all three area Santa Rosa
County teams will spend this
Friday traveling.
Jay is looking forward to a
good two-hour bus ride to play
Sneads, Pace will visit
Washington, while Milton will
return the favor and visit
Choctaw.
The Royals (1-1) will face
a Sneads (2-1) squad who are
coming off their first loss of
the season to district foe West
Gadsden 30-26.
Before last Friday's loss


Sneads defeated Cottondale
37-30 and Franklin County
57-0.
"Sneads has three or four
better that what we've got,"
said Jay Head Coach Elijah
Bell. "I feel like we will be
ready and give them every-
thing we have.
"They have one player
who is bigger than anyone we
have and a couple of guys who
are faster and have gained
some big yardage this sea-
son."
But last season it was a
close game in Jay as Sneads
eked out a 13-12 win over the
Royals.
Ironically the last time the
two teams played in Sneads
the Royals took a 14-13 win,
so it should be another close


game.
It might not be much of a
factor but this will be the
fourth game for Sneads to
Jay's third.
The Royals will be back to
full strength with Brandt
Hendricks calling the signals
at quarterback and Tyler
DeGraaf back to handling the
kicking game.
So does Bell feel the extra
week off will help or hurt his
team this week.
"I doubt if this last Friday
effect our guys," said Bell.
"They are teenagers and
things don't effect them like
they do us."
Such a trip should not be a
problem either according to
Bell.
"We have made this bus


trip so much we know when to
stop, rest, and eat."
In Ft. Walton Beach it will
be round two between
Choctaw (2-1) and Milton (3-
0).
Earlier this season Milton
won the kickoff classic 23-17.
For Milton this is going to
be a big test heading into dis-
trict play.
"Choctaw has always
been tough for us," said
Milton Head Coach Mike
McMillion. "They are really
experienced, big, and strong.
"We will definitely have
our hands full."
During the kickoff classic
the Indians implemented the
use of a no huddle offense,
which seemed to plague the
See FOOTBALL Page 2C


The Milton defense did a number on Choctaw during the kickoff
classic and they will need to be prepared yet again as the
Panthers will face the Indians and their no huddle offense on
Friday in Ft Walton Beach.
Press Gazette phot by Bill Gamblin


Area scheduling


woes take on an


all new meaning


By BILL GAMBLING
sports@srpressgazette.com
It has been a very busy
weekend for athletic direc-
tors and football coaches
alike.
While Friday's games
were cancelled mfany spent.
several hours on the phone
trying to get their games
rescheduled.
The one with the biggest
difficulty
appeared '(,
to be
Milton ...
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Navarre, . . .
which is
now back ,.
on for.
Nov. 5
Before ,
Monday it
d i d n ' t Bell
appear
either team could agree to a
time when they could play.
Reports had Navarre
wanting to have fresh legs
heading into their contest
this Friday against Mosley
(Lynn Haven).
The Dolphins, who have
become a familiar team to
the area, are currently 2-1 on
the season.
Some reports had Mosley
and Navarre as district oppo-
nents.
Both teams are part of
Class 4A, but Navarre is a
member of District 2, while
Mosley is in District 3.
To accommodate this


schedule change Milton and
Pine Forest have pushed
there game back from Nov. 8
to Nov. 9.
For Pace it was quickly
decided they would travel to
Crestview for their make-up
game on Nov. 5 as well.
Pace will also have a
very short turn around time
before they play Lake City
Christian Academy on Nov.
9.
As far as the Jay and Port
St. Joe game, which is a dis-
trict affair, there is not a con-
firmed date as of yet.
"We will be making the
game up sometime in
October," said Jay Head
Coach and Athletic Director
Elijah Bell.
Unofficial word from
sources outside of Jay High
School has the game sched-
uled for Monday Oct. 29.
There is no word on any
other events that were can-
celled on Saturday due to the
threatening weather along
the gulf coast from this past
weekend.
Milton businessman Ken
Kincaid showed his feelings
after learning over the weekend
that the Milton-Navarre foot-
ball game would not be played
in area reports. On Monday
administrators with Milton and
Navarre were able to work out
an agreement for the game to
be played on Nov. 5.
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Area sports

get some

mixed results
By BILL GAMBLING
sports@srpressgazette.com
Before this weekend's
weather threat there were some
games of interest played in the
area.
In volleyball action
Thursday night, Milton fell to
Pensacola High in three straight
games 25-19, 25-20, and 25-23.
The Lady Panthers (1-6, 1-
4 in District 1-4A) were led sta-
tistically by Sara Brock with 1 1
digs, Ashton Baker with nine
kills, and eight assists from
Jillian Marcanio.
Alina Ard led the Lady
Panthers from the service line
with six aces.
Thursday night also saw
Central fall to 2-9 on the season
with a loss at Laurel Hill.
The Lady Jags are 0-5 in
district play.
Jay's game against
Flomaton was cancelled and a
date to reschedule has not been
announced.
In other area sports: the
Lightning finished the regular
season at 8-2 with a 21-0 win
over the Panhandle Tigers in
Panama City.
With the win the Lightning
won the NAFL 1 Southern
Division title.
Don Rich and Paul
Lawrence both on the ground
and Jacob Matlock added two
field goals to complete the scor-
ing.
The No. 14 ranked
Lightning will play a first round
game at home on Oct. 6 against
an opponent who has yet to be
named.
An attempt to get informa-
tion on the Pensacola Wolfpac
was unsuccessful.


Surratt is suspended by Seminoles after fracas


By BILL GAMBLING
sports@srpressgazette.com
What has been a very long
senior year for Pace graduate
Joe Surratt has gotten even
longer.
Surratt, a fullback who
suffered a broken leg prior to
the start of the season, has
been suspended following a
fight at a Tallahassee bar.
According to reports
Surratt and teammate Eugene
"Geno" Hayes, a junior line-
backer, were arrested outside
of Potbelly's on College
Avenue in Tallahassee.
Surratt was 'arrested
Friday and charged with bat-
tery on a law enforcement
Pace graduate Joe Surratt is
seen in action last season for
the Florida State Seminoles.


officer, disorderly conduct,
and resisting arrest without
violence.
He was released later that
morning on $1,750 bail.
Police reports from the
Tallahassee Police
Department state that around
1:45 a.m. officers were across
the street from the club when a
shirtless man was seen
screaming profanities and
waving his arms trying to get
inside the bar, while other
were trying to restrain him.
The shirtless man was
Hayes.
Officers Michael
Malafronte and Michael
Petroczky approached Hayes
to find out why he was upset,
when they were told by a bar
employee stated Hayes had be


in an altercation inside and his
friends were trying to escort
him home.
Malafronte unsuccessfully
tried to calm Hayes down and
was met with further profani-
ties and aggression.
Hayes broke free from
his friends and then charged
Malafronte with his fists
clenched and yelling a
threat.
The officer responded by
pointing his Taser at Hayes.
Officer Petroczky tried
to escort Hayes from the
scene, but Hayes resisted
and had to be forcibly taken
to the ground.
Hayes continued to resist
and was shot by Malafronte
with his Taser.
Petroczky tried to hand-


cuff Hayes when Surratt ran
toward the officer and was
ordered to back away.
Surratt didn't and was
then shoved by Petroczky.
The former Pace gradu-
ate then fell to the ground.
Surratt later struck
Petroczky during the arrest
and cut the officers lip. No
other injuries were reported.
Hayes was charged with
assault on a law enforcement
officer, disturbing the peace,
and resisting arrest without
violence.
He was released after
posting $1,250 bail.
Attempted to obtain fur-
ther information from the
Florida State University
Athletic Department were
unsuccessful.

















Sports


Santa Rosa Veterans
Advisory Council Golf
Tourney: The Santa
Rosa Veterans Advisory
Council 4h Annual
Scholarship Golf
Tournament will be held
Sept. 28.
This four-person
scramble will be held at
Tanglewood Golf Course
with a shot gun start at
12:30 p.m.
For more information
to become .a sponsor or
register your team call
393-2203.
Fall Golf Scramble:
The Milton High
Baseball Booster Club
will hold a Fall Golf
Tournament Oct. 6 at
Tanglewood Golf and
Country Club.
This is a three-person
golf scramble to benefit
the Milton High School
baseball team.
Entry fee will cover
golf, cart, lunch, bever-
ages, range balls, and
prizes.
For more information
call 293-2735.
Toys for Tots
Fundraiser: Toys for
Tots will be hosting a
Putt-Putt and Beach
Volleyball tournament.
The tournaments will
be held at Tiki Island on
Pensacola Beach on Oct.
6.
Putt-Putt Tournament
will begin at 9 a.m. and
the Beach Volleyball
tournament check-in at 9
a.m.
For information on
the tournaments and reg-
istration forms contact
Tiki Island at 932-1550.
Santa Rosa Island
Triathlon: Registration
is being accepted for the
12th annual Santa Rosa
Island Triathlon.
The triathlon will be
held Oct. 6 and will
begin at 7:30 a.m. at
Pensacola Beach.
Entries for this event
must be postmarked by
Oct. 1.


For more information
you can call 434-1922 or
visit their website at
www.sritri.org.
Tanglewood Ladies
Golf Invitational: The
Tanglewood Ladies Golf
Association will hold
their ladies invitational
golf tournament on Oct.
11.
This will be a two
lady team best ball for-
mat with a maximum of
eight strokes per hole
between partners.
All players must have
an established U.S.G.A.
handicap with a maxi-
mum of 36 and players
must be 18 years old.
Ladies playing in the
tournament will receive
a complimentary practice
round of golf between
Oct. 1 and Oct. 5.
Registration and a
continental breakfast
will begin at 8 a.m., with
a shotgun start set for 9
a.m.
Following the tourna-
ment there will be a
luncheon and awards
ceremony.
For more information
and entry fee call 626-
0014.
Softball Slam II:
Eckerd Youth
Alternatives and Camp
E-Ma-Chamee will host
their second annual
Softball Slam at East
Milton Recreation Center
on Oct. 20.
This tournament will
help raise funds for
Camp E-Ma-Chamee,
which works with the
youth of Santa Rosa,
Escambia, and other
counties to have a life
changing opportunities at
their wilderness pro-
grams.
Registration cutoff is
Oct. 5.
For 'more information
on the tournament or to
register call 675-4512
. St. Rose of Lima 5K
run and 1 mile fun
run/walk: The St. Rose


of Lima Church will hold
its annual 5K run and one
mile fun run/walk on Oct.
13 at 9 a.m.
The race will begin
near the church grounds
on Park Avenue in
Milton.
Awards will be given
to the top three along
with male and female
master and grand master
and will be presented
shortly after the race on
the festival grounds
stage.
The entry fee is $15 or
$10 without a shirt until
Oct. 10. After Oct. 10 the
fee is $20 for a shirt and
$15 just to race.
Entry forms are online
at www.fallfestival.ptdio-
cese.org, the St. Rose of
Lima Church Office,
Running Wild in
Pensacola, and Texas
Roadhouse in Milton.
American Heart
Charity Ride: The Santa
Rosa's Sheriff's office is
hosting a charity motor-
cycle ride on Oct. 14.
The ride will begin at
the East Milton
Recreation Center with
the first bike set to leave
at 10 a.m.
Registration will
begin at 8:15 a.m. with a
Christian Motorcycle
Service from 8:30 a.m. to
9:30 a.m.
Grand prizes will be
$100 for first place, $75
for second, and $50 for
third.
Ride pins will be
given to the first 350 who
register and all bikes are
welcome.
To participate in the
charity ride it will be $10
for one up and $15 for
two up. Ride pins will be
given to the first 350 who
register.
Proceeds from the
ride will benefit the
American Heart
Association.
For more information
call 981-2114.
Pace Hall of Fame


Nominations: Pace High
School is currently
accepting nominations for
the Bennett C. Russell
Athletic Hall of Fame.
To consider someone
for nomination they must
have been out of high
school for a minimum of
10 years, an honorable
individual who reflects
the strong character of
Bennett Russell, and an
individual who has distin-
guished himself or herself
as a positive role model
and leader in the commu-
nity where they now live.
Nomination forms are
due by Oct. 17 and can be
picked up during school
hours at the Pace High
Athletic Office, Student
Affairs Office, or the
Guidance Office.
The 2007 Hall of
Fame class will be induct-
ed at the Nov. 9, 2007
homecoming game.
5K Running the Trail
for Eduation: The Milton
Rotary Club will be hold-
ing a 5K Running the
Trail for Education along
the Blackwater Heritage
State Trail on Nov. 10.
The run will begin at 8
a.m. at the City of Milton
parking lot.
Awards will be pre-
sented for the 5K run in
various age divisions. The
5K walk will present
awards to first, second,
and third place.
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Football


Continued From Page One
Panthers' defense, while
LeKendrick Ingram proving to
be hard to control out of the
backfield.
"We have got to be ready
as this is the game right
before district," said
McMillion.
Choctaw got off to a
strong start winning their first
two games before dropping a
41-34 decision to Niceville.
"I was at that game and
we better be ready to play on
Friday night," said McMillion.
So how did the extra off
night affect the Panthers.
"I think we will be ready
to play in a fiercely competi-
tive environment this Friday,"
said McMillion. "Our guys
came to work (Monday) and it
was business as usual despite
having Friday off."
Pace (3-0) is looking to
deal with the setback dealt out
by Mother Nature this Friday
when they travel to Pensacola
to play Washington.


The Wildcats are currently
1-2 and have suffered back-to-
back losses to Choctaw 40-9
and Milton 16-0.
But their record does not
fool Pace Head Coach Mickey
Lindsey one bit.
"Coach (Chet)
Bergalowski will have his
team ready for this Friday,"
said Lindsey. "When we play
them over there they are
always tough.
"I am looking forward to
going over there and playing a
good game."
The last time Pace trav-
eled to Washington they need-
ed overtime to win 27-20.
Last season in Pace the
Wildcats dropped another
close decision 33-29.
So how does Lindsey feel
having this past Friday off will
affect his team?
"We just have to deal with
it and go on," said Lindsey.
"We have another game to get
ready for this week and we
will do just that."


Co]miimuity IiSport1si]*.


Hole in One: Danny Stout
carded an ace at Stonebrook
Golf Club on Sept. 24. Stout
used six-iron onthe 184 yard
12th hole. This feat was wit-
nessed by Daniel Henderson,
and Darren Bolheim.

Whiting Field Golf
Association
Whiting Field
Sept. 20, 2007
Dog Fight

Flight A Net: 1. Ken Whtie
(66), 2. Jimmie Winters (67),
3. Ken Morris (68).
Flight B Net: 1. Charles
Beard (65), 2. Ed Perry (66),
3. (tie) Guy Gordon and
David Bray (67).

Sept. 23, 2007
Dogfight

Flight A Points: 1. Elvie
Addington (+10), 2. Charles
Beard (+5), 3. (tie) John
Willis, Mark Schnoor, Del
Stevens, and Larry Jurey
(+4).

Alley Cats
Oops Alley
Sept. 19, 2007

High Game Handicap
Women: Joyce Bulger - 225
High Game Women: Brenda
Gilley - 179
High Game Team: Three
Peas in A Pod - 442
High Series Handicap
Women: Jane Orosz - 630
High Series Women: Brenda
Gilley - 481
High Series Team: Three
Peas in A Pod- 1272

Overall League Standings:
1. Three Peas in A Pod 9-3, 2.
Almost Shouda Been 8-4, 3.
Darlings of the Morning 8-4,
4. Back Alley Cats 8-4, 5.
Honey Bears 2-10, 6. Three
Stooges 1-11.

Leagues Notes: Eileen
Dedcovich won a 400 series
patch from USBC.

Twilighters Winter Mixed
Avalon Bowling Center
Sept. 20, 2007

High Game Men: Mark
Parker - 267
High Game Women:
Debbie Ingraham - 191
High Game Team: Happy
Four - 874
High Series Men: Dave


Harwick - 712
High Series Women: Tanya
McAteer - 528
High Series Team: Happy
Four - 2317

Overall League Standings:
1. Split Happens 10-2, 2. The
Last Team 10-2, 3. We Try
Hard 9-3, 4. M&J 8-4, 5.
Happy Four 8-4, 6.Trouble
Again 8-4, 7. The Big
Quarters 7-5, 8 . Family
Matters 7-5, 9. Blue Jays 7-5,
10. We Wuz Robbed 6-6,
11. The Dream Team 6-6, 12.
Family Affair 6-6, 13. Spit Fire
6-6, 14. The Striking Four 6-
-6, 15. Strike Force 5-7, 16.
Damn 10 Pin 5-7, 17. Two
and Two 5-7, 18. Cabbies 5-
7, 19. E-N-VB-Y 4-8, 20.
Incredible 4-8, 21. U-Bang-E
4-8, 22. Sliders 3-9, 23.
Jane's Crew 3-9, 24. Yee
Haw 1-11.

Oops Youth Leage
Oops Alley
Sept. 17, 2007

Division 1 Boys High Game:
Mike Massey - 185
Division 1 Boys High Series:
Milke Massey - 480
Division 2 Boys High Game:
Ryan Vinson - 186
Division 2 Boys High Series:
Ryan Vinson - 508
Division 3 Boys High Game:
Clayton Gagliano - 186
Division 3 Boys High Series:
Clayton Gagliano - 511
Division 4 Boys High Game:
Tanner Newman - 177
Division 4 Boys High
Series:Tanner Newman - 418
Division 5 Boys High Game:
Scott Butts - 85
Division 5 Boys High Series:
Scott Butts - 231
Division 6 Boys High Game:
Trey Tomey - 77
Division 6 Boys High Series:
Trey Tomey - 221
Division 2 Girls High Game:
Stephanie Heitman - 178
Division 2 Girls High Series:
Stephanie Heitman - 407
Division 5 Girls High Game:
Aerial Viars - 58
Division 5 Girls High Series:
Aerial Viras - 171
Division 6 Girls High Game:
Joy Kitchell - 50
Division 6 Girls High Series:
Joy Kitchell - 143

Overall League Standings: 1.
Strike Inc. 10-2, 2. Strike Force
8-4, 3. Fantastic Four 8-4, 4.
Strike Force Kids 7-5, 5.
Patriots 2-10, 6. Pin Chasers 1-
11.


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Santa Rosa's Press Gazette


Wednesday-September 26, 2007















September 26, 2007


The Santa Rosa Press Gazette/Free Press


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corner of Government Lot Sec-
\ tion 15 Township 1 South,
L Ranne "8 West, thence irun
Souh 07 degrees 27 minutes
distance of 512:31 feet to he
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feet R/W thence Northeasterly


nAnnouncements utes 29 seconds East, a dis.
1130-Adoptions stance of 1682.35 feet to a
1140 - Happy Ads point of a curve; thence North-
110 - Personalseasterly along a curve to the left
1110 -Plasosi having a radius of 1121.58
1160- Lost feet a chord distance of
1170-Found 193.56 feet; thence North 69
degrees 17 minutes 28 seconds
East a distance of 1,458.01
Feet to the Point of Beginning;
110 apydith acunNorth 13 ncerees
24 minutes 18 seconds iVas8 a
distance of 1,404.63 feet;
1 F1 thence run North 77 degrees
dr12 minute 35 nute ds sets a
distance of 311.95 feet thence
run South 12 degrees 48 min-
Legal 9/1024 iutes 04 seconds East a distance
Soaf 1,363.22 feet; thence run
NOTICE OF SHERIFFS SALE South 69 degrees 17 minutes
28 seconds 2Vest a distance of
NOTICE is hereby given that 300.00 feet to the Point of Be-
oursuant to a WRIT OF EXECU- ginning; containing 9.678 ac-
TION issued in County Court of res, more or less.
Escambia County, Florida on
the 26th day of April, 20d6 in Parcel 17:
the cause wherein Georgection
Woodward and Victoria C. That portion of Section 14
Woodward, were plaintiffs and Township 1 South, Range 2A
Effie K. Humbert was defend- West, Santa Rosa County, Flr-
ant being Case No. 2004 CC ida, described as follows:
001941 in said court, I, Wen-
dell Hall, As Sheriff of Santa Commencina at the Southeast
Rosa County, Florida, have lev corner of Government Lot 1
ied upon all the riht, title, and Section 15, Township 1 South,
interest of the defendant Effie Range 28 West, thence run
K. Humbert in and to the ollow- South 07 de trees 27 minutes
in described real property to 10 seconds West along the
es e West line of said Section 14, a
distance of 512.31 feet the
DESCRIPTION OF PROP- North right-of-way line of a
ERTY county road (cut-off road, 66
feet R/W); thence Northeasterly
Parcel 14: along a curve to the right, hav-
ing a radius of 1557.87 feet a
That portion of Section 14, chord distance of 185.74 feet
, South, Range 28 Thence North 79 degrees 11'
�- i . .ia Rosa County, Flor- minutes 29 seconds East, a dis-
ida, described as follows: tance of 1682.35 feet to a
point of a curve; thence North-
Commence at a concrete monu- easterly along a curve to the left
ment at the Northeast corner of having a radius of 1121.58
Government Lot 3 Section 15 feet a chord distance of
Township 1 South Range 2o 193.56 feet; thence run North
West; thence run south 07 de- 69 degrees 17 minutes 28 sec-
grees 27 minutes 10 seconds bonds East a distance of
West along the West line of 1758.01 feet to the Point of Be-
said Section 14, a distance of ginning; thence run North 12
512.31 feet to a concrete man- degrees 48 minutes 04 seconds
ument in the North right-of-way West a distance of 1,363.22
line of a county road (cutoff feet; thence run North 77 de-
road, 66 foot right-of-way)" agrees 09 minutes 31 seconds
thence Northeasterly along said East a distance of 223.37 feet;
North line, being a curve to the thence run South 11 degrees
right, having a radius of 43 minutes 02 seconds East a
1 55.87 feel- a chord bearing distance of 1 336.10 feet
of North 75 degrees 46 minutes thence South 69 degrees 17
26 seconds East a chord dis- minutes 28 seconds West a dis-
tance of 185.4 feet (arc tance of 200.00 feet to the
distance 185.85') thence Point of Beginning; containing
North 79 degrees 11 minutes 6.525 acres, more or less.
29 seconds East, alona said
North line 1682.35 fee to a Parcel 18:
point of curvature; thence con-
tinue Easterly along said North That portion of Section 14
line, being a curve to the left Township 1 South r A:,,. 28
having a radius of 1121.58 West, Santa Rosa -:'..', Flor-
feet; a chord bearing of North ida, described as follows:'
74 degrees 14 minutes 28 sec-
onds East a chord distance ,o Commencina at the Southeast
193.56 feet (arc distance of corner of Government Lot 1,
193.80'); thence along said Section 15, Township I1 South,
North line, North 69 degrees Range 28 West, thence run
17 minutes 28 seconds East South 07 degrees 27 minutes,
947.80 feet to the Point of Be- 10 seconds West along the
ginning- thence North 13 de- West line of said Section 14,a
grees 58 minutes 27 seconds distance of 512.31 feet to the
West 1 475�14 feet' thence North right-of-way line of a
North 77 degrees 12 minutes county road cul-off road, 66
35 seconds East 208�80 feet feet R/W); thence Northeasterly
thence South 13 degrees 59 along a curve to the right, hav-
minutes 27 seconds East ing a radius of 1557.87 feel, a
1,446.17 feet; thence South 69 chord distance of 185.74 feet
degrees 17 minutes 28 seconds thence North 79 degrees 11'
West 210.21 feet to the Point minutes 29 seconds East a dis-
of Beginning; containing 7.000 lance of 1682.35 feet to a
acres, more or less. point of a curve; thence North-
easterly along a curve to the left
Parcel 15: having a radius of 1121.58
feet' a chord distance of
That portion of Section 14 193.56 feet; thence North 69
Township 1 South, Range 28 degrees 17 minutes 28 seconds
West Santa Rosa County, Flor- East a distance of 1958.01 feet
ida described as follows: to the Point of Beginning; thence
run North 11 degrees 43 min-
Commencin at the Southeast utes 02 seconds West a dis-
corner of Government Lot 1, lance of 1 336�10 feet; thence
Section 15, Township 1 South, run North 77 degrees 09 min-
Range 28 West, thence run utes 31 seconds East a distance
South 07 degrees 27 minutes of 223.37 feet; thence run
10 seconds VWest along the South 10 degrees 35 minutes
West line of said Section 14, a 20 seconds East a distance of
distance of 512.31 feel to the 1,309.48 feet' thence run South
North right-of-way line of a 69 degrees 17 minutes 28 sec-
county road (cut-off road, 66 bonds West a distance of
feet R/W); thence Northeasterly 200.00 feet to the Point of Be-
along a curve to the right hav- ginning; containing 6.384 ac-
ing a radius of 1557.87 feet; a res, more or less.
chord distance of 185.74 feet,
thence run North 79 degrees Parcel 19:
11 minutes 29seconds East a
distance of 1682.35 feet to the That portion of Section 14
point of a curve, thence North- Township 1 South, Range 2A
easterly along a curve to the left West, Santa Rosa County, Flor-
having a radius of 1121.58 ida, described as follows:
feet a chord distance of
193.56 feet; thence North 69 Commencina at the Southeast
degrees 17 minutes 28 seconds corner of Government Lot 1,
East a distance of 1158.01 feet Section 15, Township 1 South,
to the Point of Beginning* thence Range 28 West, thence run
run North 13 degrees 58 min- South 07 degrees 27 minutes
utes 27 seconds West a dis- 10 seconds West along the
lance of 1 446�17 feet; thence West line of said Section 14, a
run North 77 degrees 12 min- distance of 512.31 feet to the
utes 35 seconds East a distance North right-of-way line of a
of 311.96 feel; thence run county road (cut-off road, 66
South 13 degrees 24 minutes feet R/W); thence run North-
18 seconds East a distance of easterly along a curve to the left
1404.63 feet; thence run South having a radius of 1557.87
69 degrees 17 minutes 28 sec- feet- a chord distance of
onds West a distance of 185.74 feet, thence run North
300.00 feet to the Point of Be- 79 degrees 11 minutes 29 sec-
ginning; containing 9.975 ac- bonds East, a distance of
res, more or less, 1682.35 feet to a point of a
curve; thence Northeasterly
Parcel 16: along a curve to the left having
a radius of 1121.58 fee a
That portion of Section 14 chord distance of 193.56 feet;
�Township 1 South, Range 28 thence run North 69 degrees
West Santa Rosa County, Flor- 17 minutes 28 seconds East a
ida, described as follows: distance of 2158.01 feet to the
Point of Beginning; thence run
Commencing at the Southeast North 10 degrees 35 minutes
20 seconds West a distance of
1 309.48 feet; thence .run
f1orth 77 degrees 09 minutes
31 seconds East a distance of
222.52 feet; thence run South
* m | Ia 09 degrees 09 minutes 13 sec-
M n onds East a distance of
U 1,284.68 feet� thence run South
W o kV lU 69 degrees 17 minutes 28 sec-
onds West a distance of
193.18 feel to the Point of Be-
L ginning; containing 6.133 ac-
GooudFor res, more or less.
And on the 23rd day of OCTO-
BER, 20071 shall offer this prop-
erty for sale at the east front
W A A A door of the Sanlta Rosa Criminal
Justice Facility, in Milton, Santa
Tomorr T Rosa County, Florida, at the
hour of 1:00 p.m. on or as soon
thereafter as possible. I will of-
EFFIE K. HUMBERT, right, lille
and interest in the aforesaid


to the highest and best bidder
REC CEI El M for CAST IN HAND. The pro-
coeds to be applied as far as
may be to the payment of costs

SANTA ROSA COUNTY, FLOR-



ELE F YOU HAVE A DISABILITY RE-
QUIRING SPECIAL ACCOM-
MODATIONS OR TO AR-
RANGE TO VIEW THE PROP-
ERTY PLEASE CONTACT JAN-
LEAST SEVEN {7) DAYS PRIOR
TO THE SALE DATE.

, 100307
101007

TOD 092607
9/02


This action is final and effective City Hall at 6738 Dixon Street, TWO FAMILY DWELLING culverted driveway. A retaining )d) A statement of all disputed
Legal 9/1044 on the date filed with the Clerk in the City of Milton, Florida, Legal 9/1052 DSTRCT) TO C2 (GENERAL wal will b constructed al issues or mtealact. I there
g of the Department unless a peti. there will 'be proposed for en- COMMERCIAL DISTRICT; the limits of the fill. To o e qare none, the petition must so in-
STATEF FOIDA lion is fied in accordance with actmer, - ,,Jinance whose ti- NOTICE OF PROPOSED OR- PROVIDING FOR SEVE- these impacts the permitlee has dictate,
TF ENVI- the above. Upon the timely fil tie is a ::ii BILITY REPEALING ALL OR- purchased 0.11 wetland mitiga- fe) A concise statement of the ul-
NNL RE N--ing of petition this order will not DINANCES IN CONFLICT tion credits from the Garcan tmate facts alleged, including
- be effective untilfurther order of ORDINANCE NO. 1247-07 TO WHOM IT MAY CON- HEREWITH AND PROVID- eninsla Mitigation Bank and tie specific facts thattheve
SUE aMITothe Department CERN: ING FOR AN EFFECTIVE as placed the remain nine 0.23 tioner contends warrant reversal
.E1 PC on AN ORDINANCE AMEND- DATE. acres of onsite wetlands into a or modification of the agency's
This intentto issue a permit File This permit constitutes an order ING THE COMPREHENSIVE Please be advised hat on the conservation easee nt, i osed action; and '
No. 17-279655-001-7F) tor he of the Dertment. The ppi PLAN OF THE CITY OF MIL 9th day of October 2007 at This Ordinanceis on file in the herebygraned uness a sui- t A statementof the specific
Miche fill a roi can has the ri to seek udi- TON SPECIFICALLY THE 501 m., CDTO the City City Clerk's office far inspec- cient petition for an administer a rules or statutes that the peti.
Mitchell"".f'la....feet t .wtion.Any interested aarty may tive hearing; is timely filed under tioner contends requires rever-
mately 1, 4 5 squa fee cial review ofhe order under FUTURE LAND USE MAP Counchilmeeting room at thetIn 5. any itesteDa aty a ctine 1205i tlyfild under ta oercn of he ages
0.03are ' of uri diction Section 12068 of the Florida SPECIFICALLY PARCEL ll xon Street appear at the meeting and be sections 10.569 and 120.57 sal or mdification of the e
wetlands for the construction o f Statutes, by the filin of a notice 03-1N-28-2530-01 100- in he C of Milton, Florida eard with respect to the pro- of the Florida Statutes as pro- cy's proposed actions
an cess road for a ofal under Rue 9.110 of 0030 IN SECTION 3, therewille roosed for en ed Ordinance vided below This roect is o- (g) A statmt the relief
s il e s ubdivision The the ora Rules of Appellate TOW SHIP NORr t oT je is A the relief
sling le sac b The Je u u 9 o whose th he 12th day of September, coted at Lot2block 179 sought by thehetitioner station
a sciated wh the Proced ure with the Clerk of the RANGE 28 WEST SANTh actmen hose t- 2007. eter, Flintwood Street 'in HlleyBreisely the ion hat the pti-
iy I ssoated wi t r n oa By rei s acTth Ts Si Nl s
rU i be const ructed a long Department in the Office of ROSA COUNTY : LORIDA, e ia f ol The Sea Subdivis ion Navarre oner wishes the agency to ake
the East and West limits of the general Counsel, 3900 Com- THE LEGALuDESCRIPTIONS ORDINANCE NO 1251-07 CityClerk on unnamed wetlands, Class III with respect to the agency's pro-
fill A pre-cost 4 foot by 8 foot monwealth Boulevard, Mail Sta- ORF WHICH ARE CON- waters of the State, Section 14 posed action.
concrete bo culver t wil be in- lion 35, Tallahassee, Florida, TAINED IN SECTION 2 OF AN ORDINANCE AMEND- 092607 Township 02 South Rang e 2
stalled .- t to impede ste 32399-3000, and by filing a THIS ORDINANCE FROM A ING THE COMPREHENSIVE 092607 West Latitude si n 30 25' A petition tpha does not dispute
flow. - ssciated neig br- copy of the notice of the appeal RI SINGLE FAMILY RESI- PLAN OF THE CITY OF MIL- 9/1055 2.3" Longitude: W B6 55' the material facts on whieh the
hood , will be run through accompanied by he a ppli cabe DENi IAL DISTRICT) TO A TON SPECIFICALLY THE a27.22" tSana Rosa Count.on department's action is base
thesame area. The impact filing fees with'the apiproprlate RCl (RESIDENTIAL COM- FUTURE LAND USE MAP pet shall state thatenoch facts are
area will then be filled and district court of appeal. Te no- MERCIAL DISTRICT); PRO- SPECIFICALLY PARCEl' Legal 9/1056 This intent to issue a permit (File in dispute and otherwise shall
paved. In addition an eisn tice of appeal must be filed VIDING FOR EVERA- 03-1 N-28- 2530-07400- No 57-0263404-01-F to contain the same informational
woo bride will be remoewithin 30days from the dote BLTY- REPEALING ALL OR- 0020 IN SECTION 3, STATE F FLOID Gooden Homes, Ao im act .23 set forth above as required by
d the area reg raded d re- when the final order is filed with DINAINCES IN CONFLICT TOWISHIP 1 NORTH FNU ENVI- acres of DEP wetlands for the rule 28-106.3d1. Under sec-
plante'd, i shere . ranted (e the Clerk of the Deportment. Rn- HEREWITH AND PROVID- RANGE 28 WEST SANTI construction of a single-family tions 120.569(2)(c) and (d) of

s a sufficient p etitn f r an guests far review hfr, t i ING FOR AN EFFECTIVE ROSA COUNTY FLORIDA N Tos o residence driveway, and retain- the Florid Statues, a petition




nies ra i inv e n, a iostimn Lan enA W Enr I e- .. . D . THE LEGAL DE atiCRIPTIONe ing w all is hereby a ranted en- for ad ministrative hearing mustf
Fled 5 1 0und e hrins 20569 commission must - .O, OF WHICH ARE CON- The Department .announces e- less a sufficient peetian n or an be d dismissed by the tagencai
and 057 of te FloridaS the Secretry of the Commsson Ths Ordinance is on filein the TANED N SECTION 2 OF ceipt of an application for Pe o r ministrative he arng timel the petition does not subs n-
es as provided below and served on the Dearment City Clerk's office for inspect THIS ORDINANCE FROM A mit from arteruina, File o undersections .56 lly comply with the above re
t r o within 20 days from the dateo t lion. Any interested party may R1 SINGLE FAMILY RESI- 57-0258746-001-DF o mact and 120.57 of the Florida Stat- quirements or is untimely filed.
The suec site is located at when the final order is filed with appear at the meeting and be DENAL DISTRICT) TO A 4.17 acres of weands fo a utes s provided below. To,
5151 amilton Bridge Road, the Clerk of the Department. heard with respect to the pro- RC(RESIDENTIAL COM- residential subdivision. This pRO set the impacts the applicant This action is final and effective
Milton, F. unnamed wetlands posed Ordinance. MERCIAL DISRICT) NPRO- posed project will be locked shall place the remaining 0.23 on the date filed with the Clerk
adlont to FondCreek Class ' The application is available for This the 1 2th day of September, VIDING FOR SEVERA- north of ParK Drve in u cr a erpeua conserve- of the Department unless a pelt-
Ill Waters'ofthe State Section public section during normal 2007 BILITY: REPEALING ALL OR- Breeze, Santa Rosa County, on easementeand the applicant ion is field n accordance with
1, Township 02 North Range business hours, 800 am. to DINAICES IN CONFLICT Florida, Class it and III Waters has -urchased 021 mitigation the above. Upon the timely fil
29-West Lonitude 87 i, 5 o00 p.m., Monday through Fr- City ClerkEHEREWITH AND PROVID- of thef Stte, Section(s) 29 credits from the arcon renin- ing of petition this a er wilnor
30."i Best lai tude 3s0 37' day except holidays atE ING FOR AN EFFECTIVE Townshi 02 South, Rae 2 sul Mitigation Bank, Ths ro- be effective until father order nof






e. en t ves a ," 'w" r ee r L aviud e s s located 3 37 d y, lbl ow atolodh ot 2 loc the r batsmen do ot
Ton fo petition rCity Clerk's office for inspect on unnamed wetlands, Class Illoof the De itment. The appli-
he proc edures f or etitiobe Florida 325025794 Legal 9/1049 ion Any interested party may This application is bein roc waters of the State Section 12 cant has the right to seek udi-












fo r sadene o red ILY RSE AL # ING THE ZONING MAP fo, rtlhed in The Cea tb io rese o0 the aplica-
low.he 092607 appear aton meeting and be sednd is available r p ERENCE IN ARTICLE O ub Townsip 02 South Range 2 cial review of the order under
ate 092607 NOTICE OF PROPOSEDOR- heard with respect to the pro- lic inspection dun normal West LatitudeN 30 25' section 120.68 of the Florida
A person whose substantial in- 9/1044 DINANCE ENACTG MAPENT A ed OrdinIance business hours 80u a.m1 to 36.4" Lonitue . 86 54' Statutes, by the fep of a notice
rion.e arcoetednly the De-alc It hs he h d of September, 5:00 p Modaythrough SPECIFICALLY Fri 3696",C San Rosa County. of a rea nder rue 9.110 of







terests adre affected by o theDeny D A- T 0 N 2a5f Septo Forr, u a mer s t Stale hecin 6 he oappt l Rn is 9A p2l1 f
apartment's action may petition TO WHOM IT MAY CON 2007 day except le�q noidays, at T th .oi Rue o, Ap pella t
tar an administrative roceed- on in he SHRTHrte N hwest Distric i at his intent to issue a permit (File Procedure with the ler o a the
inues earin under peions o in RANGE 28 WEST SAN City Clerk 160 Governmental Center aPen- No. 57de 026369-00 -DFto Deparment in the Office of
'20.o69 and 120.57 of the Legal 9/1045 Please be anised that on the sacola, Florida 32502. Gooden Homes to impact 017 General Counsel, 3900 Cam-
Florida Statute.s rheaetition - o an9th da of October, 2007 at 092607 N acres of DEP we tlands for he monwealth Boulevard, Mail Sta-
must contain the information set 5.OI " hh5, o r .01 p.m. CDT, at the City 092607 092607 construction of a single-family tion 35, Tallahassee, Florida,
forth beow ad must be filed Clunc meeting room at the 9/1052 092607 residence, driveway, and retain- 32399-3000; eand b filing a
receive y the lerk) in the Of NOTICE OF ACTION - COMMERCIALt 67 DISTRICT); 6 ing wall is hereby, ranted un- copy of the notice of e appeal
rcelo y he neral Counsel af the- - - PR I N t fMltonR SE ida ERAoa ea l ARTs. inE eioless a sufficient pes i onfor an accompanied by the appcable
Department at 3900 Common e . a Milton is ereby n - i-. .11 be proposed For n- Leal 9/958 administrative hearing is time filing ees with the apropriae
weBa rde , Ma i St lying the Estate of Ethel Jackson actment an Ordinance whose I Leal 91053 filed under sections 120.569 district court of appeal. THe no-






















whealthBo ulevard cilStaton CLeg Cl9/ H0NAWCTEHS ANDF C RndOF2 0.57NAfC NO 1e4-o7 cda - Oticeofappeal must OF ASS eGNM
35 Tallahassee, Florida c/o of Kate Jones that the prop- tie is as follows A and 12057 of the Florida Sat ice of apeal must be filed
3299 3000, erty located on the NorestNOTICE SHERIFFALE ues as provided below. To off- within 30 days from the date
cae eadi corner o Mary Street an ORDINANCE NO. 1248-06 DNAICE O NAC OTMENT OR- Eeb set the impacts the applicant when the final order is filed with
auseo etean isti v mine Street 9 as recorded in Book D.. ... REN MN NOTICE is hereby ien that shall piece the remaining 0.33 the Clerk of the Department. Re-
iing process is designed toe rudue-e P7 Dero A thee A INATHE ZONING MAP MAY CON udat IT EXECU-cres into a erpetualconserv- guests for review before the
he aialas en a the SERIES INCLUDED BY REF- RN: o O issued in the County tion easemenhe nd the applicant Land and Water Adudicator
the application, the filing of a 03-1N-28-2530-06900-0050 is SERIES INCLUDED BY REF- : Court of Santa Rosa County has purchased 0.13 mitiation Commission must be hledwith
ethi fortan administrative overgrown and that the Cityof ERENCE IN ARTICLE ONE Florida, on the 12TH day of credits from the Garcon Penithe Secretary of the Commission
Sha t th n Milton will t a rekie action to bring OF THE LAND DEVELOP- Please be aNe that on en July 2007, in there e ausesua Mgaon Bank Ths proi- and served on the Department
eang my es the- .oe 9d drroectE c oa o , Black6 ,er r withinaT d from ieda
S eal ay result in a Odfi the aforementioned property MENT CODE OF THE CITY9doOctobe,0 at ern Ba a t e ct is lted aLot 20 da
n dermit and leasein coliance during the OF MILTONSPECIFICALLY m., at the ity CORPORATION was plaintiff Flinwood Street n Halley B when he final order is filed with


ros his pt/ae te Mi'Ordinae 1 0 ie0 INC NT I C, l Jter e n roo e h e l son dr al
orof r thqe fo anioca m l e O october 22i 207 as THE ZONIFG MAPt o AND aNd 2- 7 dWEST DI G DSPOSAL, LLC The Sea Su divson Navarre the Clerk of ahoDp a s oment.
ie o h e e r ,da commence allowed bya Flo da State Statute SPE CIFICALLY P ARCEL-( L �6 O I N -... , AND LOREN BERENS re de-n on unnamed weTAt andsE CassmII
advised no ,o . iA the ,2l or ,o n fl '. ^r ida
....nstruction. .. oher.. ..iviteheIo s Chapter 162.12 and thele ti LY Rf03 S1INT28 L2530 D01IS R ICT A OE An, 'd fendans, beint Case No. waters of the Sd ate fSction 16i The application isavailable for

u .nder R p it/lease until the Miltonf sOrdinance #1227-06. 0030T IN SECTIONA3, tr co 57-2006-CC-198 isueLd our a Township 02 Sou Roanre 2t6h b cn siecinor 28uringnorma

teadlin F elor Adr m iinitatieCod sS oft i St- C A D T NG T N SatRoa lO w Floa 3250
apersonwhosesubstantiaina f the Cils of Milton brings the TOWVSHIP 1 NORTHn S S INCED B e AND BAYSIDE DEV, on WestL3tude: N r0d25.207'usinessh,8:0a.


rti f anet'acdomniseh m r aforementioned property into RANGE 28 WEST SANTA eiC s as o Lows COMP ANY was pla ' nt ff Oand ongtude: W 86 56te 892' 500 p m., Monday through Fr i-
.. . ...nut sian o t en1i 107complHance a hen will be filed ROSA COUNTY A PLORIDA- ME...NT CDENOF.... E. I WEST DIG DISPOSAL, LLC SanTa Rosa County. day, except le'al holidays, at
e pe barex oiruedm .. against the property for the FROM A R1 (SINGLEFAMI Nr, -- AND RYAN WAIER were de- DeparLmentL7Environmental


erin Th " m 0 The lien shall include the ILY RESIDENTIAL DISTRICT I Fi . fenda nte t e Nos N Theprocedures for petition ing Protection, 160 Governmental

e Flori g i ustbe shown e grant Ti O r a3ne is on fli in t e wl p e or e- LREN ERg eNs ad W S Fr ida S ta , e petiio r ia n

the reaut s r fot baeensi n ofhLegal9/1046 City Clerk's Affice for inspec- 000 IN SECTION 3, DO ai g Dp SPOiA L LLC AND RYA cA persontnhe infarmt io in sqest t
tnime must befiled with the ^ Of NOTICE OF PROPOSyD OR-9 lionAn INterNFestedpart may RANGE 28 WEST aND E Ws inan her ifollowin forthabels a ne d mus bheque-t ind r91e907 e
DeDpartmenti Sat 30 Cmhowt to the r FM NANCE ROF.THEI 15Y IRt: Ctic o G na oun onh e
w"el Boule vardt Mail s rtationT Wintes Ma TO RC (RES IDENTIAL RID- I I M DSCRIPTIONs e Ori the Drepartmeing art s30fmmowhei-n tr NOiCe OF
eien deadlne. hotantiey1 n' tes b007 NPRs FOR SEVERh- oENC h kTHE COMIING AFIOEVE 19ont3eER, rLE T JAN for an TRCniO strtive proee 23r10 '3 F
Tqhe r eu tinofr Ph iex sni l n f daeol 9/104 Otb This Ordinance is on file in the ityerE- R ASLI N BW e cF A p erson a whoe substantial in- C1 2R07
priests re ete n o 2 City Clerk's office fo c 002 IN SECTION 3, D m sts e 7
talthen renn tim p1HreD CSiaCDathCan027DNCES IN CONFLICTH ND DVEwn dC HarthNew ptoess is ey deiged t-
line a petition th il the reuet Council3 mePPting roRm at I Annte 09607 e HERE WIH AN ..R.V..D eramulneay Ffine- nsc y aci Inr m2eeo


filed late, thn Departmnen the ea City of M Diton, Florida, peronalproper, ING FOR AN EE C TIVE 1999ENTYRE TRAILER on the ap t ionl I . inthef inLn g .
i ....s actdli/pon . i fOaR Aqust i City He lla t on6 7 Fl8oDivanonStr ea, 1 tat righei.e a pe titio n fa adn a dmi nistl rt i ASI- G NMEN FOR
hearequestingDparty shiwnTOWHmay T aOriaCeNwhose Ordinanc114 Deparingtmayesuta omod-NOICRED OF M-EN


sthei ra fo.rMan itOup nf otion:b theme will be proposed for en Legal 9/1050 Ths i nl a c eI isT on. fil n t cationREofd to pe0tut e a a l( e petition C -a DSE . areC CORaTn
t(at T bhe faiue tonil addequ tie is as1oi NOTICE OF PROPOSED OR- Clrk'ice fr iSTc Ial of ti pe fr a e adeia te epp
t�for aeutension of t tesil a OfDINANCE ENT-ME t i' nOy- inintd pkrt mOay se DOA eae ANfront ooRYf te1 caon. Acingy o E e 1 thNe a Aon s seig R
the ndinge w the resiutiofr; INA NE NO. M R a PpLeaLr a Oe e re in c andbN t Rinostanin ther ic fecant ieso adnisertieud sa-t o caused A
fice a petitionCuntilother DINANCE ORNANCEMEND- CppearNemeeting .an ued OAnce,1 SCount, Ivins upnero t nisperit/ltorea
Deparment at3900 on - C eeata, n rp o C iroy 092607 HEREWITH A
',ate"p ....... , ........City HODepartment at3900Common-hNOT2CEOSfiEn In rT


Inrtheseve nTahatsatielybedorin the Ccourseh oft OFayLOM .PREHEIVECThihLLe4 I 12th day of September, 190 p n ThIE9td a r 93Te of-n the deadline be lo, frfi AR R T Se. HYMA N

e ate, the r department may ina the City of MitIon, Florida, the City of Milton, Fl a petition for an administrative ASSlGNMENT FOR BENEFT
still grant iteupon a mopion. there wibeproposed for en- Legal 9 wi/1 050be proposed for en .. , E927059XE111348 hearing may result n a modf - OF CREDITORS OF MOLD-EX
t ne requesting party snowinl a -nt 0 an Ordinance whose tite is s ,rYalek | is on nrteuinmec o theservit and a n .... ... .
hottherv ailuretonw ileaonlyan rdiatncedin-RANGE 28 wE osTeA acti i- .nac whose TW lER rihtstitlerandiinterestetheiFort pod e, NL aDeaware corporation




coraeetins i of th e pe diga feror ROSA COUN TYr A t ieM r hon.,ny interested, party ma07y sale, at easi frontdoor nut are affc t ed ny hea - A stnoug st it,, ape
uothe filingwaheresu of a O RIHNALNCENO124- ... appear atthe meeting and ae Sunta Rosia Criminal Justice Fa- cana is advised not to com- mc



excusable neglect. un O W E TO WHOM IT MAY CON- NANEhN. 1249-07 tusme, c1i " scnonnt parents mence cons truc on or oa menther ac- TO nt ed pu



212 ofe pethtioner Freeieda Ad- TOSANEDIN SECTONY 2 OFL L-----egale9/1054 taxes, l Miotigaton, oank. Roht 727. of the Flord.
tie o he eent deco T AN ORDINANCE AMEND- CEAN ORDINANCE AMEND-NOrance. County, F loida, at the hour of iv ales under ths permati/e ase -
St leeent soH El CMIRESI-NG THE COMPREHENSIA DSheR It aay r eptemer, :00 ps m on The 9th day of Oc- until the deadlinesbelow for f l- LARRY Si HYMAN
Infaccordanc DEetALoDISTRICTamTOiA PLAN OF THE CITY OF MIL-C Please be advised that on the PL OObMrLC 2007, Or as soon there- i unaeio for an adminis- o




trative hearing is cled, oth er TON SPECIFICALLY THE 9Th day of October E2007 at - g . afteo be apie a r as ma be imo ra eques for request ofo Hs n e eM
Pers ons. whose sustantsa int MERCIAL DISTRICT-; R FUTUREE LAND USE MAP A rTE MaP0e CER:.oTnhpameno ft Coss eIiteierm eIw wih . ..t a - 1 k & Asoias
for we adnite r bti v heoit-PEbyVIDING FOR SEVERA RCEF Council LY PARCELo ac io o v sales of the stad defendants an extension s eall timea e Ic 10- .
[Acomecasle aamust brahe u- -BILITY RE28 2530PEALING ALL OR- 01-10 NaT6 10D Poea be CtYI Advied the Tcwibe 02to, Departent ath0 Cmn 2,Tap,
inte naes oig te nctoding DINA0 CES E IN SECTION ,FLICT th0 ty of Milton, FloridaL 9r DIG DISPOSAL LLC Ah aN 9Under rBule M at62-110.106i aofe



hitnedec the poee HEREWITH AND PROVIDE TH OW INP 1 NORTH 50pM CT At C ity W HAL SHERIFF O 35 ta see Floria
.ny.ers on"ns oerrhant hepRA ING FOR AN EFFECTIVE RNEC 28 W finance E whose ti- in theera S orsad CoN a Lo person whose subs aptiain- YurE H R fart
creation ot the presin an ticer ROSA COUNTY F LOR OA UN be va rnt (Acale dedin.Atiml me pv ed th-Aig n od to rce apon
upon the filing of the Fion in This Ordinance i On file in he T H L RTer th y of tor, , at public aR tonge anrdsf l ferests are affected by the De- n ien th ros'eedmn yo
comistatutes with Rle tOFi City Clerk's officH ARE CON- ORDINANCE NO 1249-07 Legal 9/1054 taxes, all pr e s on oes , en- quest an extension of time to file o chapter 727 of the Floridat
21oe- da oftheu b licat e rnae - t ion Any interested party may TOFu rffe ag- a petition for an administrative Statutes made by Mold-Exs as
nsta .THIS ORDINANCE, FROM A AN ORDINANCE AMEND- NOTICE OF PROPOSED OR- merAtsflaosy: hearing. The Department maysianor, with its principal place




saor awthin 21th dyes of sEN appear at the meeting and be R M COMPREHENSIVE- t INANCE ENACTMENT est nd best bidder or for good cause shown a s, or biet 10 dnsro
notice.THIS.FAL IF Y ECASH IN HANDI The proceeds the request for an extension of Roadat o ton Florida to Larry



2b-l1 atin o r. n osed Ordinance RCM- TONR SPECIFICALLY THE TO WHOM IT MAY CON- to be applied as far asL m eC til el gants on nation o .pa byli aoren. Lo




1o6[32 bythe petitionerstan his the 12th day of September, O MMERCIAL LTCTM McATentl OR TO AR the Requests a elion fart sh on , wine gearn is Ml-
Undler Seaction 12.a60)h peothe 2007 PVIDING DISTRICT; PRPDSENERCE AN to the- payment of costs an dthe time must bIe filed with the Of- cha iMecker & Associates
for an atmutsrhoveerany BFORLTEVERA- SPECIFICALLY PARCEL satisfaction of the above N Ce- fice of Generau Counsel of the Incb 106 S. TampanVa Ave.




the apicant must ben ed BILITY; REPEALING ALL OR- PLAN OFi TH CITY OF Mu-IEP8 de an wa th rl o A Please be advisedAorn ao a n. in fact




within o te ays oenr e po City Clerk DINANCES IN CONFLICT TONDISPECIFICALL O TH L7e sTcribe SeVeuton d 712DAYSPRIO hexualme fnt at or S.Hy0Tmen,FA
written noticen. Pet itions filed by HEREWITH AND PROVID"5- F R LN USE MAP TO THE SALE E negle Lar i
acin my fl peros tirtion wthina 092607 ING FOR AN EFFECTIVE IA PrR cME in te ens tt ar timelyan
21a , d ays of esu noti re d- 092607 DATE. NROSA COUNTY FZ N 0 s c pLORIDAe ti fa dmn 01 -
tled to writ ate on notice under "4 THE LEGAL DE5 7CRIPTION 0 H Hal a 67 i 87 sTable de adrine An timele- oher e
Section 120.60(3Finth fI ln,9, Florida,aBya Rosie Rogers quest for extension of time shall dividend in this -ro0din, ou








heparmentisationer ishallmai bascopyegal 9/4 This Ordinance is on file in the IN 091907 On , b ud by the C 0/987
haf Stae titiout o eh feaplitcant City Clerk's office for inspec- 00 I AND S EVECON 4, 0 7 eretsibeatdec a _l___
t dathsute ad s nd at e a thboe NTIC E F Pe9 o Se f or lion. Any interested party may TT O F WtmTH 9 5enan inne b stDeputy o eriff fip ng a petition until ireques he assgnee or assnees attar-
ontaie s6 r UDtin foraho n a s ny " e y O FROM A be as follows: is acted upon. If a request is nef onyor before 12 days from
a time of within Tu faiDs of such a Eear at the meetingGandWbeaR1n(SINGLEFA /L RE^Tt1DIpc




n ye pr, s a.on e a t etitoned w N t te heard with respect to the pro- ONA DISABILITY RE- filed late, the Departmen t may thed ate of the filing of the peti
pualin posed Ordinancea iRCv rRSIDENTIAT CYM-C MODATI dONS d O , - the request ing party s o i x
Unse e.tion2 a id she2h day of Sepember MERCIL 12h day of SeptemberO- A ORD NANCE AMEND- RANGE TO VEW THE PROP- that the failure to file a req n/s John EVennJr
bel itinss o thewv aprIate 2007 VIDING FOE oEVERA- N THE COMPREHENSIVE ERTY, PLEASE CONTACT JAN- for an extension oagme before JonE Vesr, I
Florida Statutes, nietuer, any Pe aLITYC REPEALkOG ALL OR- PLAN OF THE CITY OF MIL- ICE PLATMT O850) 983-1281 AT the deadline was the resulcma As Acwotreylat law and in fact




peton iotrs a20noth Deo Ch CllriaA- Tb ishrs
av cmy o itho e rit th da nf Otber n 2007 RmE LA ENT DUSTEM APTO TAL E 0 T
Spitins oa isputntihel mead. 0 pT ING FOR AN EFFECTV SPECIFICALLY PARCEI l In the event that a imey and 091207 Nie

me et ationt ha mu s conti then a ty Ch ilt, y o i .d , .r . . . spec-0051 IN SECTION 4, 092607 ere sine oin er ie will b o e aated by the flo I2
oa tin Anecat interestedpartywhos tNATOWNSHIP 1,NORTH, outcoaminstrae hearingsbyathve Sat R
at the address indicadedrabove NOTICEOOFAPROPOSEDVOR-.t cnoasgemiw thiadayseafreiothis
e anear at the meeting and be RANGE 28 WESTa SANTApinhttot
at the fime of fiina. The failure DI N E NACTMENTc-ss-av.. �NhCrp e tto r
n umb.persifontows'aWh Onear M Iw T Mrespect ot Tne pro- ROSA COUNTY fLORIDAi rn eion to intervene in fthe proceed- v
fbr Theanam l T AN ORD IN C AM ND CE rNo administrative fleairtmIM Yance.eTHE LwGAe oieudePu-- - i
re ame, adaressanda s lp SAeR I D Y REF Pleasebbe Ll advised tt oelionA/9nyind.Intervention will be only at dverinomllem eo
�ho e of te p ; .~sNGTHE ONING TMA dundee rn102ay1of. OF WHICH ARE CON-6 the discretion of the Fridang t
below within ythe approprFa THE, thIty Oe DwINth ErseNCt oE, rO FR M A n p r dR elV F T l loff d s of'cpulicatonce o the ruce a...
tim e p e r io d sh a ll c o n s tis u te a P le a s e b e a d v is e d th a t o n th e .Cit y Co u cl me e g oT H IS t e hDIFy 'of S epT em b e rc t heNpaC Ts t-�or wthei ni2 d y o fl h no - c t it u er e
waiver of those rights p 9th day of October,N2007IatGRMA-AN6th0Ciy ofMl to FloridaNther 0S0.08 acres5 'f of rn w . min islati heonr ttPubl ish cers
5:01 pA.m.LCCDT at the City oIDNTynd acespfTOtMsemeNot.Pbicatione of
of h theppetit be prt Am C2lGENERALkCOMMER-lands '"i.oSea U0 ftea dvmun cae
fetmtahact TsWonHwhiNthe a-ep ar troom atlahproaCIALISTRICTdOPROVIDn-
teraiaCityc factm of wh hen Dan RHallG 6738 Dixon Street, 09RIAC N0 7i In accordance witi rulesnc encondS
ment's action is based mustconivfdo-in R C oU MihonTY Florida, 9105 sula Mintigaion Bask.OThis ma-ac il e 6.] 13}a0 4), petitaonwnd con.
fain the following information: tre (Reoposed for en- Legal 9/1051E BNRE ALINFGalNF9 5o.e56 Halley ,ByThmeac um0 floe.
actr n7..ne,..t'eitomanceswhosetti-soinCOMMERCALIDISTRICTn ERENCEeINARTICLEDONE wet lass for maeve sahee
(a) Then name and address of theuO BLETY REPEAI NG O NT C E OF THE C ING THO AND ENFEC TIV w..n. H 0o. uth R an , 2 i of the p on r t th appli
u i t t hi H A VI-TICE OFN APRNED TO- WHOEITH AN Y RCONVE- L ue: 6' 5 5',t the it must be eiofdtiling.ThailedRe r s
each acencd arrant reversal NG FORAN EFFECT IVEfSPECIFICA LLY ENATM ENT CERN:fomRf ay son Teaei tio
agency fice or of .:t a n.cs ORDINANCE NO. 1246-07 31DATE.- 1rivewa 'andoin written noticed Petitions filed by to censor, recla9ssifyre-
pumberop koud won; andW0M0IN SE CT ONt n te T issherebygranted un- any Persons other than the ap- vise, edit or redect'any
(b) The'na c ioeif . addressH and te1e- A N O RDIN A N CEhAM EN D-h fcERN :WC Th i Orrd ian be f ,is 2on 0F 07eino e lf ie t Fo to b w a d othin ero rhan ito se n -a dvertise m entg nota M een
p h o ne n u m b e r at h e p e titio n e r; IN G T H E Z O N IN G sM A PciRA N GT 5 0 p. m . C rD T at th e C i y G de n H es v tai i m p a c t . imel pe rifo d s h ll cn stitute a B ei e it o , wt e satd s ,
tiae crethyi ,ACo u. ,n y i n e re s re ma t p ty m a c r ed s o f .E P w e tl a s fori t- h e o wi ne r o t ho s eri gtt n s r e ar v e w m ir
she na me, address, and telea SERIES IN CLU D ED BY REF- Please be advised th a M Ci te Ha ilear at the 8 meeiugan d Str et, "Y n cli n of'r a " si gef m l Atiation t ha.m t di pi fit he i emr s. bac kseo ts w itand s hol ad
ph num ber of the petition . i 's ER EN CE IN A RTICLE O N E 9th day of O ctoberNp AL Dt hear Ctth e meieton , Fan db, f rle s i den wisth 1a2 ' i d s oi t d a
repg esentative, if any, which OF THE LAND DEVELOP- 5:01 p.m (, CDT, at the City heme wll obebproposed fornen - insite - teim a ctsa e a i r l iat ion wi tof suhe notic- be r h .
sha u h b e th e a d d re s s fo r s e rv ic e M E N T C O D E O F T H E C IT Y C o u n c il Dme tinS Rro o m a t C ity T os n t O rd in a n ce.t wo s S e te e r e b g r a n te d u ne sao wu ffi m c ti o n rs b o e m u st d o n w r r o
purposes during the course of OF M ILTONP SPECIFICALLY Hall at 6738 PD ixon Street ,in e is l ow S m e nt- , p tetit n a cin a he i a- lainthe o ll sow ifoamat o
action of how the petitioner's SPECIFICALLY BARCEL will be proposedAfor enaLctment Cityh and 0.15 acres of onsite up- Under sn.6 rhea ert. 62 1n0o9

be affected by the agency de- 0050 IN SECTION 3, follows: I 2 sections 120569and 120.57lc a) Th ues n however oan
term in a tio n , T O W NS H IP 1 N O R T H E R E W IT H A N Dc oRVD -o t e F r ida an as pro-t each a ensoaffected as e tnd ea h
092607heaenydecsion; .O_092607hasL.urchased0N ORDNANEACE AMEND- v blow M Tis Bk TisronI- wnn y fe or idtiDation



containhe staementfoFrmhenatndR ANLIega 9E/10E4 , A iLOR- NANCENO.d2partymay MENT CODEE OFATHEN CITY e, Suction 18, Township 02 phone numberof tho.e app


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c come by All Star Pet and beoutiful. Free to a good home
aIW4u :850-623-1058 Groming on Berryhill (850) 623-8480 995-481 i.or 994-8820
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6629 Elva St . Milton - 623-2120


Clark Registered
Childcare Home Infant
openings now. 18 years
experience. CPR and
First Aid Certified. Regis-
tered with the Depart-
ment of Children and
Families. Call Jan at
994-7812
Registered Home Day
Care has opening for in-
fants up to age 5.
994-2354




Affordable
Housekeeping
Seeking Clients.
References available
upon request.
all for a free estimate.
850-910-0618
Cleaning Services
Rachiel Phillips
Highest Quality Results
"Guaranteed"
Homes, Rentals,
Move Outs
Affordable Rates
Free Estimates
20 years experience
Licensed & Insured
(850) 623-0327 or
cell (850) 393-7276
Monday-Saturday
8am-5pm

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

Dependable
Housekeeper
Seeking
additional clients.
Over 15 years
of experience
References available
upon request
Coil: 994-6236


Housecleaning
new construction
cleaning, painting &
border wallpapering
Call 983-9305




Concrete
Mike Kaylor
Cement Mason
* Patio* Driveways
*Walks
Free Estimates
No job too small. Qual-
ity work at affordable
prices.
9 4-0897

Concrete
Ron Gilley
Concrete
*Drivewoys* Patios
*Sidewalks*AIIl Phases of
Concrete*Concrete Re-
moval Residential & Com-
mercial.
Free Estimates.
(850)554-4107


Day by Day Fencing
Competitive pricing for
all of your fencing needs.
Locally Licensed, Owned
& Operated. We look
forward to your call.
New fencing or repairs.
(850)5293546





Handyman
Rob's Residential
Repairs
"You Relax, I Repairl"
Licensed & Insured
Rob Thurman
380-5326
robsrepairs@mchsi.com


Pygmy Goat Babies
very small, males and te-
males, sired by NPGA
registered buck. Some
breeding stock avalible.
850-537-8207


NEW rODAY
Toy Yorkie/Chihuahua
puppies., Very loveable,
not ya py. Mom 5 lbs.,
ad 3bs. $450-$650.
Call 682-1972.


We Deliver & Install
Centipede
: St Augustine I
... Bermuda
Sailed Pine Straw
Call us first, Save Time
Call us last, Save Money
Hwy. 87 So. * Milton
626-8578


Coker's Lawn &
Tractor Service. From
trimming to tractor work.
Clean-ups, raking, haul-
ing, mowing bushhogg-
ing, dirt work. Reasona-
ble rates free estimates.
(850)623-0493.
Licensed & Insured.

K & N Lawn
Service
*Mowing
*Edging
*Trimming
*Debris Removal
Very reasonable prices.
Licensed & Insured
850-791-0861

Land Clearing
Double "B"
Land Clearing
Backhoe Work.
Licensed & Insured.
Bryen Ballard.
(850)994-5740


Leber's Paint &
Trim LLC
Licensed & Insured Call
for Free Estimates. Inte-
rior Painting, Trim Work,
Pressure washing. Exte-
rior Paintinq.
850-206-5370


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Stewart's Tractor
Works
Tree & stump removal,
debris removal & storm
cleanup, bush hogging &
discing, land clearing,
backhoe work
demolition & hauling
516-1801 or 675-4291
Licensed & Insured


MERCHANDISE
3100 - Antiques
3110 - Appliances
3120 - Arts & Crafts
3130 - Auctions
3140 - Baby Items
3150 - Building Supplies
3160 - Business
Equipment
3170 - Collectibles
3180 - Computers
3190 - Electronics
3200 - Firewood
3220 - Furniture
3230 - Garage/Yard Sales
3240 - Guns
3250 - Good Things to Eat
3260 - Health & Fitness
327 0 1.jewelry/Clothing
3280 - Machinery/
, .... Equipment
83290- Medical Equipment
3300 - Miscellaneous
3310 - Musical Instruments
3320 - Plants & Shrubs/
Supplies
3330 - Restaurant/Hotel
3340 - Sporting Goods
3350 - Tickets (Buy & Sell)


$15 Horseback Rides
Complete details free, fun
for the whole family. You
are guaranteed a Fun
time. Call: Country
Adventure850-623-2094



Consignment
Still In Style
Specializing in Ladie's
Clothing & Accessories
4511 Chumuckla Hwy
Pace, Florida 32571
850-995-9160
Tuesday-Friday
11 am-6pm
Saturday 1 1am-3pm.
Sawmill & Products
Silcox Comrany
Sawmill
Custom Sawing, your
logs, or ours!
Lumber Cut To Order
Treated Material
All Size Boards & Posts
Rough Cut Lumber For:
Barns
Out Buildings
Farm Fence
Milton
850-341-6532

TNT Metal
Building, Inc.
R.V. & Boat covers, gar
ages, portable shedcs,
CARPORTS
Call for best
Prices in town!
alvanized Steel
Many sizes/colors
Financing Available
Free delivery & setup
(8501 983-2296 or
Call: (850) 206-4008
TNT Metal
Building, Inc.
R.V. & Boat covers, gar-
ages,portable sheds,
CARPORTS
Call for best
Prices in town!
Ialvanized Steel
Many sizes/colors
Financing Available
Free deliver & setup
(850) 983-296 or
Call: (850) 206-4008


Duncan Phyffe buffet
and china cabinet. Ma-
Fri idaire hogany. Built in 1910.
si e-by-side China cabinet is a single
refrigerator/freezer paid cabinet. Both are in great
$1399 asking $850, condition. Buffet $400
Whirlpool 'D combo China Cabinet $350.
paid $2200 asking 665-1294
$1700; Emerson 20in
flat tube TV paid $134 Solid Oak dresser with
asking $80; Hitachi big mirror, several draw-
23in TV $60. All items ers and compartments. In
practically brand new. excellent condition
623-6733 Asking $225 abo.
665-1243


Upriht freezer, 19 23
cubic eet. Very clean,
excellent condition in Milton
Milton $125.00
623-6244 Sat-Sun 7am-3pm
7631 Lakeside Drive.
Turn by Copper Possum
off of 90. Girls clothing
4T-7, Stampin Up,
H Princess Bed and much
FURNTUR more.
I-- 3220 I Milton
Furniture Sale
Furniture: Hutch, buffet,
Dining Room Suite, diningroom table
StrataLounger sofa, coffe w/4chairs & bench,
table, Estaban electric leather recliner, dresser
acoustic guitar, Westing- with mirror, Queen size
house 40' HD TV with 'mattress, boxspring &
built in DVD player, new. frame, treadmill, misc.
Call for info. 626-6797 Call Mary 623-9867


3230
Pace
Large Garage Sale
Christmas in September.
Crafts, quilting items,
Thanksgiving, Christmas,
glassware, games,
clothes, patio set and
much much more.
Thurs -Sat. 8am-5pm
4727 Lori Lane
Pace
Large Two Family
Misc. items
5685 Derby Dr.
Oct. 6th from 7am-2pm
Pace
Multi-Family yard
sale
Sat. Sept. 29th
7am-? Clothing, large
and small appliances,
fishing tackle, hand tools,
paper back books
1200+1and many other
times. Follow signs from
Santa Monica and Ava-
lon Blvd. (Near Bowling
Alley)
Pace
Sat. Sept. 29th
7am-12pm
5720 Whispering
Woods Dr.
Lots of baby items, kids
clothes, maturity clothes,
dressers and other misc.
items.


Case Manager
Develop care plans & monitor quality & effectiveness
of services. Salary range: $11-$11.75/hr. based on
exp. BA Degree required, social work/related field
preferred.

Case Aide
Provides support to Social Services. Position in
Escambia, may travel within Escambia/Santa Rosa.
$8/hr. HS/GED required, college coursework preferred.

Both positions FT + excellent benefit package.
Including tuition reimbursement, retirement, mileage.
Print application from website wvw.coawfla.org
or visit website to view job description.
Mail to P.O. Box 17066, Pensacola, FL 32522,
fax 850-479-7086, deliver to 875 Royce Street.
Consideration only to persons submitting completed
agency application & resume. Open until filled.
EOE Drug Free Workplace



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JAY HOSPITAL

JAY HOSPITAL IS ACCEPTING
APPLICATIONS FOR THE FOLLOWING

Dietary Aide/Cook -20hrs/wk, HS/GED and 1 yr
exp preferred.

House Supervisor-RN 7p-7a shift, Must have cur-
rent FL RN license and current BLS and ACLS with
2 years RN experience. Supervisory experience a
plus.

CNA-FT; 7a-7p or 7p-7a, HS/GED with current FL
CNA certificate.

Physical Therapy Assistant: FT: Days, no week-
ends or Holidays, Must have FL PTA License.
SIGN ON BONUS!

Physical Therapist; FT; Days, no weekends or
Holidays. Must have FL PT license. SIGN ON
BONUS!

Positions available at Jay Hospital. Baptist Health
Care Affiliate. For further info, please contact
Human Resources at 850-675-8069. Applications
accepted online at: www.ebaptisthealthcare.org


| 3240 4100
Gun Show Automotive
FWB ASE Certified

Fairgrounds Tech
Fairr nMin 5 years exp.
Sept. 29-30 5 day work week.
*Sat. 9-5 Driveability a plus.
*Cn. 104 Good benefits.
*Sun. 10-4 Specialty tools provided.
Free Parking 9009 N. Davis Hwy.
(407) Pensacola. 477-3317
275-7233 Construction
floridaaunshows.com


Needed Temporadry
workers. Work includes
yard work, painting,
scraping, and assisting
| 3300 with some house mainte-
nance. Pay depends on
Screen printing job, skills, tools and trans-
e ui meant & supplies portation. Call Bill at
W$ 55-1459
Wheelchair $5 -45
Toy truck collection Dental Assistants
(approx 200 pcs) $300 Needed'Part-time and full
Wheelbarrow $10 time positions available
Free lumber Jay area..... Experience
Call 626-3700 required - Please fax re-
sume to: (850)675-1950
Drivers

NEWSPAPER

TREK 2200 CARRIERS
Road Bike The Northwest Florida
Road BDaily News is seeking
* " M Kg 5 carriers in the following
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7 J ^DeFuniak

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Lightasa 000000
weather.
Flies down the + Navarre
road!
Like new. $700 obo.
Please note, the ad pre- * Walton Co.
viously said TREK
2000. That was wrong. + Mary Esther
This baby is a 2200!!
Call Tom, 368-1603 No phone calls,
please.
Requires valid driver li-


4100 - Help Wanted
4110 - Restaurants/Clubs


cense, clean driving
record, dependable
transportation and
proofof auto insurance.
Applications accepted
Mon - Fri 9am- 4pm,
200 NW Racetrack Rd,
Ft. Walton Beach. No
phone calls.


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Information


News
Centcipede-
St. Augustine Florida Department
Fairin Direct of Agriculture
i i - r IOPS eanut Inspection
v4Ve i positions available Jay &
434-0066 Allentown area. Contact
Sue Herndon
_8501 675-4162
. E.O/A.A.
Divorcc 1108, Adoption 80 General Office Help
wanted for long distance
Name Change SS trucking company.
FRE Tylping, Call for Computer experience
Worksheeti (850) 434-7524 helpFul. Fax resume to
1850NWSt 850-994-4220 or
1850N. " St. gE-mail resume to
(1 bi, kN. of Flea Market) wa4tfr@bellsouth.net







Eckerd Youth Alternatives, a
leader in helping at-risk youth, is
now seeking Non-Residential
Youth Counselors for our outdoor
therapeutic program in Milton, FL.
Act as a role model, assisting in
guiding and influencing the
confidence and self-esteem of
youth. Must be able to participate
in outdoors activities, and have
exp, with youth. HS diploma or
equivalent. Fax: (850) 675-1230
or call (850) 675-4512
for more information.
EOE/DFWP


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Seote~mber 26. 2007 .----..-.~-


The Santa Rosa Press Gazette/Free Press


A901 6110

&., Milton
2BR/2BA duplex, with
fireplace, very
nice.$700/mth
$700/deposit.
STATE FOR RENT 995-4335eit
Milton
business/ Cyanamid Rd.
commercial 27BR 2/BA with laun-
partments dryroom. Up stairs with
each Rentals balcony. Water included.
ondo/Townhouse No do s. $650 plus de-
ouse Rentals posit. 12-9968'
roommate Wanted posit-1129968
looms for Rent Milton
'obile Home/Lot Efficiency All utilities
ut-ot-Town Rentals paid. No dogs. Walking
imeshare Rentals distance to stores,.
action Rentals restuarants, etc. Laun-
dryroom, in ground swim-
minq ool.Emerald Sands
_ 714-9968


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4100
Hard working
cleaning person needed
long term for growing
cleaning business. Must
have reliable
transportation from job to
job.
Call 994-1785

Looking for person with
dock construction experi-
ence to work part-time for
local company.
983-3799

MEDICAL ASSISTANT
Pediatric office seeks up-
beat, caring, innovative
person with excellent
communication skills. Full
Time position. Experience
preferred. Please fax re-
sume to (850)983-0970
Or mail to: 5962
Berryhill Rd.
Milton, FL 32570

Nursery Worker
Local Church seeking
nursery worker on
Wednesday night and
Sunday morning services,
approximately 6-8 hours
per week. Non-Smoker
only. Call 623-6683 for
more information.

Operations Management
Night-side
Production
Manager


The Panama City News
Herald seeks an experi-
enced night-side produc-
tion manager to manage Milton
and lead one of Freedom
Communication's newest 2BD/1BA
printing and packaging $475mo/$490dep
facilities; facility expan- $40 application fee
sion and equipment is 626-6638
less then 2 years old.
Successful applicant will
be responsible for
night-side quality assur-
once, deadline adher- Milton
ence, packaging opera- B/BA e
tion, and af other as- 2BD/1BADuplex
pects of newspaper and Apartment totally reno-
commercial press opera- voted with washer/dryer
tions for The News Her- connections $650.00
ald. Applicant will also per month 626-4266
coordinate pre-press,
plating, and work closely
with fhe editorial depart-
ment to maintain a
smooth workflow of the Milton
core product. 3BD/1BA newer duplex
Qualified candidates will with stove, fridge, laun-
have experience with dry room, ceramic tile
scheduling and personnel floors and maple cabi-


newspaper production su- $675/mo 626-2928
pervisory experience. Po-
sition is responsible for
ensuring that productiv-
ity, waste and quality
goals are met. Milton
If you're interested in 1/BR furnished up stairs.
joining a great company No ets. Has un-
and group of co-workers dryroom, in ground swim-
who are committed to ig pool, in walking
quality work, we encour- distance to stores,
cover letter an resume plus deposit. Emerald
to Lorraine Grimes, Hu-Sands 712-9968
man Resources Director,
The News Herald, P. O. ______
Box 1940 Panama City,
FL 32402 or e-mail to
lgrimes@pcnh.com. Or Milton
use our online applica- /BR furnished, partial
tion at electric paid & water.
www.emeraldcoast.com/empl New carpet/tile.No
o y _ a p . dogs. Laundryroom, pool,
Applications will be ac- walking distance to
cepted until September stores, restaurants.
28, 2007. $650/mth plus deposit.
Emerald Sands
The News Herald offers a 712-9968
competitive benefit pack-
age including 401(k), _______
medical, dental, vision
and life insurance, paid
vacation and sick leave. Milton
err un - 2-2/1 unfurnished no
EOE Drug-free dogs. I pay the water.
Workplace. Laundry room, pool,
A o walking distance to
stores, restuarants, etc.
2?007 n $600/mth plus deposit.
Do Something or$ plus ep.
0 Emerald Sands
T N.Nje11 f. 712-9968


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.FULLY RENOVATED
ONE, TWO, AND
THREE BEDROOM UNITS
NOW AVAILABLE
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850-983-6995


Board Street in Milton
2/1 2-plex, Stove, Fria,
d/w, laundryroom. AF
ceramic tile, fenced yard.
Non-smoking $580/mth.
626-2928



Milton
1 Bedroom furnished
apartment with central &
air. No pets. $425 per
month plus deposit. Call
for appointment.
626-3800


NEW TnlAY
Destin: 5br 2Y2ba
furn'd $3000mo. + util.
2 deep water boat slips
w/lifts. Call 837-0010




*3/2 Home, 8959
Gristmill Way East Mil-
ton $925*
*4/2 Double Wide,
4722 Thoroughbred
Rd. East Milton $850*
Santa Rosa Realty
623-0077
Milton
3BR/2BA 1 car gar-
age near Whiting. $850
month. 232-9700
Milton
3/BR 2/BA, double-car
garage new tile & car-
pet. Militay clause hon-
ored. $975/mth
$900/deposit. Call
850-501-0273
Milton
Nice 3/2 recently
remodeled. New wood
and ceramic tile floors.
Back yard fenced.
Storage building. HUD
accepted. $695 month
$700 security deposit.
Rent to own avai able.
994-0155
Milton
6411 Skyline Dr.
3/BR I/BA CH/A,
fenced backyard.
$650/dep. $600/mth
255-1459
Milton
6416 Misty Lake Dr.
3BR/2BA-Al electric se-
cluded in town location.
NO PETS. References
and lease re-
guired.$800+$600 Sec.
Dep. After 4pm call
850-593-6015
Weekends only call
850-718-6644
Milton
6561 Julia Dr.
3 or 4/BR 1/BA
CH/A, fenced backyard.
$700/dep. $700/mth
255-1459
Milton
6965 Summit Place
3BD/2BA,1900sq ft, 2
car garage, 2 acres on
cul de sac. $1,000/mth.
Available 9/1/07
Call Janet Coulter
206-3666
Milton
Blackwater Bay.
New. 3 BR/2 BA Wa-
terview and access.
Quiet. Beautiful. $1200
Mth. $1200 Dep.
723-2532
Milton
For Rent 3BR, 1 Bath
house. Central heat &
air. $550/mth
$550/deposit.
995-4335
Milton
Share 3BR/2BA home
with CH/A utilities paid,
washer & dryer. Please
call in evenings
626-8336
Milton/Pace
3/BR 2/BA, double-car
garage. New tile & car-
pet. Military clause hon-
ored. $950/mth
$800/deposit. Call
850-501-0273
Pace
4BD/2BA behind
Pea Ridge Elementry.
$925 per month.
850-232-9700


REAL ESTATE FOR SALE
7100 - Homes
7110- Beach Home/
Property
7120 - Commercial
7130 - Condo/Townhouse
7140 - Farms & Ranches
7150 - Lots and Acreage
7160- Mobile Homes
7170 - Waterfront
7180- Investment
Property
7190 - Out-of-Town
Real Estate
7200 - Timeshare



For Sale By Owner Lake-
front
3BR/2B, 1500+ sq.ft.,
garage, large screen
room overlooking lake.
$125 000.0. Will con-
sider lease-own option or
6-months lease.
850-485-4498
Martha Lyle
Milton
6226 Dixie Rd.
5BR/2.5BA 3000sq ft
living area on 1+acre.
Perfect for family $950
per month $950 security
deposit. No inside pets.
Non smoker
206-3666
Janet Coulter


HOME AUCTION
Beautifully Renovated
Home in. Pace
3 / 2 Bath 1450 sq./ft.
Value $140,000.00
Starting Bid $118,000.00
Bids on Property accepted up
to auction deadline - 5 p.m.
September 30th. Bids will be
open @ that time. �
994-0213 or 207-2685 2
For Details and Pictures go to
http://Ic.investor.gooclepages.com


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Milton 2/BR 1/ BA Mobile
Milton Home $500/mth Dep. 1995 Chev. Lumina
and ref.850-537-622 3.2 $500.00. 623-9464
New brick home, 850-499-7412 or 418-2398
3BD/2BA, 1365 sq ft 850-499-7412_
plus 2 car garage, East Milton 2 1
$149k o 1999 Buick Le Sabre
(850) 698-3402 Almost V2 acre 12x65 V6 - Low miles, leather in-
mobhile home septic tank. terior, loaded, great


S 6140_ _ 1 [ 6170
RENT TO OWN Milton
4BR/2BA Brick Home. 3/2 Mobile Home off Do
Den w/FP, Patio Room. Lisa Rd, 6538 Pearl Ri-
1.5 acres. WATER- ley, total electric, private
FRONT. Fantastic View. lot. $600/mth
Quiet neighborhood. $300/deposit. No Pets.
$ 1000/$1000 Bay Crest Realty
W/Lease-Option; 994-7918
$239,000. Now is your
chance to own beautiful Milton
waterfront property. Doublewide Mobile
(850)982-5709 Home, Extra Clean. Marl-
bourough Village. 3/BR
2/BA Privacy Fence.
Rentals: $700/mth
New:3br/2ba, Brick, 700/deposit. No pets.
Fence, Carport Don Cmbie Realty.'
$875.00 Don6 um2.
Workshop: 626-8959
3BR/2BA, Fenced, Milton
Screen Porch, Den Mobile Home in park.
$925.00 3/br 1/ba. Total electric.
Duplex: 2br/1 ba No Pets. $525/mth
near Whiting $475.00 $300/deposit
Pace: 3br/1.5ba, Bay Crest Realty
fenced, patio, 1 c-gar. 994-7918
$800.00,
Triplex: 2br/1 ba, pa- Milton
tio $500.00 Quiet Clean Park
Location: 3br/2ba, In Rent includes water, gar-
Town $675.00 bage and lawn service.
McCall Realty No Pets.
850-623-0332 2BR/1 BA for $400/mth,
also 2/2 for $475/mth
Call 255-7772
Pace
[--- 610S - 1999 16 x 80 4/BR
2/BA on 1A acre of land
Sin P5n Pace on 3700 Alvin
Dr. Fenced in yard,
3BR/1 /2BA to share D/W. 626-0006 No
with mother and dough- ets. $700/mth
ter. All house privileges $700/dep.
utilities included.
450/month with Pace
100/deposit. 2BR/1BA
Small doq ok. Call Nice Quiet Area.
995-1125 or 463-4103 Big, Clean & Roomy
No Pets. $475/$400
- n j Damage Deposit.
* ,, O E 995-1717
6160 Springhill
Downtown Milton Furmshed: 2004
Have bedroom in large 14x70 3/BR 1/BA nice.
private home with 5 miles from Cold Water
cable, [rig, microwave Riding Stables. 8 miles
and queen bed. from Whiting Field. On
$495.00. Have bedroom acrage, adjacent to
downstairs for $450.00 Blacl'water Forest. No
with TV, cable, fri., mi- pets, non-smoking envi-
crowave and double ronment. References
bed. Central heat/air needed. $550/mth
Call: 850-981-2457 $300/deposit.892
Milton


BE A R A V IM
L Y R EA'R L 0 N I
Y E L T N I C I T0 N


ACROSS
1. Slink
6. Lhasa _ (dog
breed)
10. Beast's abode
14. Coat fold
15. Young deer
16. Where some work
out
17. Sociologist Durkheim
18. Magi or Musketeers,
e.g.
19. Harvest
20. As easy as __
21. Night vision
23. Natives of Oulu
24. Eat between meals
26. Falklands feuder:
abbr.
27. Milit. female
28. Actress__ B. Davis
30. General Bradley
32. _ Buddhism
35. In a high dudgeon
38. Don't bet !
(2 wds.)
39. Member of an '80s
pop group (2 wds.)
40. Took out
42. Weird
44. Perjured oneself
45. Disturbance
47. Salad ingredient
48. School course: abbr.
49. Props for Soupy
Sales


condition. One owner.
$5995.00
850-324-8341

2005 Ford Taurus SE,
Askin $7900.
698-2781 or 712-5983

For Sale
1992 Jeep Wrangler;
soft top.
126,000 miles(+)
Good condition; $4200
FIRM
9.5 H.P. Mercury
Outboard; Long. shaft;
electric start. $600 FIRM
Call 850-512-5445

Pay Cash for junk cars
or trucks. Running or not.
Call: 983-9527 or
723-5048





Jeep Wrangler
Sport '04
4WD, 4' lift. Great con-
ditionl 52K miles. $15K
obo. Call 850 543-8148


Ford 1996,
4x4, black 8 cylinder,
5.0 liter, $4500. Call
850-259-0268


2002 Harley David-
son Ultra Classic tour
bike. Loaded, pearl
white. Asking $14,900.
712-5983


I REAL
6100 - B
C
6110 - A
6120- B
6130-C
6140 - H
6150 - R
6160 - R
6170 - M
6180 - 0
6190 - T
6200 - V



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50. Bealtlemania
adjective
51. D.C. lobbying gp.
52. Singing syllable
54. __ the Top (Stallone
film)
58. Express grief -
61. Honesty
63. AllAbout___
64. facto
65. Cheese, in a
mousetrap
66. "Out like a lamb"
follower
68. Made a knot
69. Restless desire
70. Vulgar one's lack
71. Bessell and Mack
72. Words from Scrooge
73. Perspire

DOWN
1. Purge
2. MIA rescuer of film
3. Narratives
4. Electric __
5. AskeJ for mercy
6. Ten Years __
7. ' Model
8. Do the crawl
9. Artist Yoko
10. Kind of soprano
11. Hymn ender
12. Positive thinker's
phrase (2 wds.)
13. Sings like Hammer
22. Also-


23. Cold, in a guessing
game
25. Loathed
27. Inventor James
29. Clear profit
31. Moor morning
feature
32. "The Twilight "
33. Layers' legacies
34. Nays
35. Spin wheels
36. Tackroom item *
37. Break _ ("Good
luck") (2 wds.)
38. Garfield's stooge
39. __ Talks (1984 film)
41. Actor Bogosian
43. NYC building
46. Flightless bird
49. Certain camera shot
50. Suet
51. Nudges
53. Gordon and Roman
55. Poet's output
56. Musical set in
Argentina
57. Rent anew
58. Catcher's need
59. Early Ron Howard
role
60.__ car dealer
61. Adieu!
62. Boaters
65. Tucker's mate
67. Hand, informally


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Efficency/Room
available for rent includ-
ing pool & jacuzzi.
Weekly or monthly. Will-
int to take care of elderly.
Lots of love. 983-9270
Milton/Munson
Long or short term.
Quiet non-smoking envi-
ronment Kitchenlaun-
dry, utilities, satellite TV,
fax, internet, unlimited
lonq distance included.
$295/mth. 957-4616


I 6170
2 BR Front kitchen,
total electric, screened in
porch. Eastgate Mobile
Home Ranch 626-8973
Milton
Quiet park, trees new
2BD/2BPA mobile home.
No pets & no smoking.
$535 plus deposit-sewer
and arba e included.
850-626-1552
Milton
1BD/1BA Fireplace on
Avalon Blvd. 626-8973
Milton
2 large BR, 2/BA, car
port, front porch, handi-
cap accessible. All appli-
ances. $650/mth
623-8511 or 910-0975
Milton
2/2 Mobile Home 5020
Rid eway Blvd., private
lot, Total electric, No
Pets. $525/mth
$300/deposit
Bay Crest Realty
994-7918


Milton
OPEN HOUSE
Sunday, September 30
1 pm-4pm Come by for
refreshments and see an
outstanding house.
3BD/2BA' 862sq ft of
living area on 1/2 acre.
Only $174,900
Janet Coulter
206-3666

Milton
6568 Sellers Dr.
3/BR 1.5/BA CH/A,
stove & frig., fresh paint
& new carpet. Fenced
backyard in good neigh-


power pole, water meter.
for $30,000. Home is a
fixer upper. Great for
rental or to live in. Home
needs some repairs,
cleaning and paint. Pay
16,50 equity and eas-
ily take over land pay-
ments of only $ 170/mo
or pay $3 000-$5000
down with owner financ-
ing at $495/mo or make
me an offer, a deal or
trade. (850)479-9252



Milton


borhood. $75,500. 4plex for sale
255-1459 Good rental history
$240,000.00 or
Make an offer
0626-6638
7120L 4

Pace 7190
For sale or lease. 20 Miles East of
3,000SF building on 1 a l I
acre. Near 5-Points. Indianapolis
Great investment op- 3 br, 2 ba, 2 cg, all
portunity. Sale price at brick ranch. Built 999,
$125,000, or will 7.4 prime acres. View at:
lease for $800/mth. www.MIBOR.com
380-0060 $254,900
(850) 217-2884
Space for lease. Retail
or office. High traffic _
area. 5217 and 5215
Dogwood Drive Holmes
Plaza. Call 623-184 1- o a
Milton.



7II.. 1 8100 - Antique & Collectibles
8110 - Cars
Milton 8120 - Sports Utility Vehicles
Will not break up. 8140 - Vans
994-6283 8150 - Commercial
8160 - Motorcycles
8170- Auto Parts
& Accessories
8210 - Boats
7180 8220 - Personal Watercraft
8230 - Sailboats
2001 Fleetwood 8240 - Boat & Marine
Anniversary Edition. Supplies
32 x 80 Mobile Home. 8310 - Aircraft/Aviation
Asking $62 000 will 8320 - ATV/0ff Road Vehicles
move. 437-1662 or 8330 - Campers & Trailers
3A4128097 8340 - Motorhomes


I


1 8160
Kawasaki ZX10
2006
1000cc. 3000k miles,
no damage or wrecks.
Adult owned and garage
kept. Yoshimura carbon
fiber exhaust, power
commander with map
fender eliminator, and af-
ter market blinkers.
$8300 obo
850-685-7944
Wanted;
Old motorcycles,
ATV's, etc. Cash.
Will pick up.
850-499-2167




1988 24ft. Pontoon
Boat. New trailer bear-
ings, 115 Mercury with
stainless steel prop.
Major tuneup with new
water pump. $5000.
1996 16ft Bass Tracker
stick steering on trolling
motor. 2005 4-stroke
40hp Mercury with
stainless steel prop.
$6000
623-1159

16FT Bass Boat with
drive on trailer. 90hr
Johnson. Needs work
$1500.00 or trade for
equal value. 623-9464
or 418-2398


8330
1986 Wilderness by
Fleetwood. 21ft. Everyth-
ing is in good working
order. Road ready with
cold a/c. $2500.
626-9441




1996 Jayco31 ft.with
22,000 miles. Great con-
dition. Asking $17,900.
712-5983









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DUMP TRUCK SERVICE
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