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&Santa Dosa's Preo


WEDNESDAY

w.iOctober 24. 2007


Courthouse




is dismissed


07 Commissioners table

courthouse plans again


BY RYAN ARVAY
rarvay@srpressgazette.com
Commissioner Tom
Stewart's idea of creating a
community-based committee
to study the many issues sur-
rounding the construction of a'
new Santa Rosa County court-
house will not bear fruit.
During Monday's County
Commissioner's meeting it
was decided that the Board
would not move forward with
Stewart's plan as had been
previously discussed during
an October 8th meeting.
Stewart commented on the
longstanding question of
where and how the new court-
house was to be built saying,
"When I took over the chair-
manship I made the resolution
to the courthouse issue a prior-
ity. I've so far been unsuc-
cessful in getting it to
fruition."
Citing no way to pay for it
and no sure place to construct


it, Stewart had proposed
selecting citizens from the
county to form a committee to
review the various bids,
offers, and potential sites
available to them.
"I'm trying to figure out if
15, 20, 25 regular everyday
citizens of our county could sit
down and see if they can come
to a consensus on where to
build a courthouse, and how to
pay for it.. And if they can
come to a consensus," he con-
tinues, "then I think it would
be something we could sell to
the public. If they can't, then
I don't know how we could."
Commissioner Bob Cole
reiterated his desire to contact
Judge Colie Nichols who had
originally offered to organize
a group and study the court-
house issue.
He also said if he had to
vote on the issue he would
elect to build the courthouse
See HOUSE Page 5A


Signs are close



enough for now


BY RYAN ARVAY

There will be no second
public hearing on the matter of
a proposed change to the land
development code narrowing
the margin between billboards
on four major state roads in
Santa Rosa County.
That was the decision
after the County
Commissioners weighed in on
the subject at Monday's regu-
lar meeting.
Citing lack of support
from the Board and an over-
whelming public response
against the change, the
Commissioners voted to strike
the topic from tomorrow's
rezoning meeting, in a 4-1
vote.
'Commissioner Stewart
was the only one in favor of
proceeding with another pub-
lic hearing-the first having
taken place on October 9th.
"A public hearing doesn't
make the changes," said
Stewart. "the local planning
board is going to have to
make a decision to recom-
mend it or not.
Beckie Faulkenberry,
Director of Community
Planning, Zoning, and
Development, briefed the
Commissioners on the out-
come of the first public hear-


ing, over which she presided.
Of the twenty speakers at
the hearing, Faulkenberry says
opinions were split 12-8
against the change. Based on
the comment cards filled out
that night, results were nearly
divided equally 27-23, with
the majority opposing any
change. Out'of 128 letters and
emails' to her office,
Faulkenberry said 107 were
opposed-a 4:1 ratio against
the change.
Commissioner Gordon
Goodin asked Faulkenberry
how many variances had been
applied for in the last ten
years.
She replied that while sev-
eral variances had been grant-
ed, the two most recent appli-
cations (which spurred this
issue) were the only two of
their kind, and did not meet
the criteria.
"There's not a monopoly
on outdoor signs in Santa
Rosa County," Goodin stated.
"If we've only had two vari-
ances of this magnitude in ten
years, I don't call this a burn-
ing issue. - I don't see this as
rising to near the priority of
some of the other things we've
already discussed today," he
said.
Goodin continued, "I'm
See SIGNS Page 5A


(Above) The ghost of Charles Sudmall is seen near the Exchange Hotel during a past Ghost Walk in downtown Milton, while the ghost
of Nellie Ollinger (below) is getting ready for her wedding day. This year will mark the seventh year for the Ghost Walk being held in
historic downtown Milton this Friday and Saturday.
Photos courtsey of the Santa Rosa Historical Society



Ghosts take ... -




over Milton


By BILL GAMBLING
bgamblin@srpressgazette.com
Downtown Milton is set to
come to life this weekend, no
pun intended, with some peo-
ple you would not normally see
in Milton at. the annual Ghost
Walk.
This year's Ghost Walk
will feature some of Santa
Rosa's more infamous citizens
and some special visitors.
Two of this year's ghosts
will be Elvis, who stayed at the
Exchange Hotel in 1956 while
making- a tour stop in
Pensacola, and Aubrey Gayner,
the most famous unsolved
murder in Milton's history.
"We try to have different
ghosts every year," said
Wesley Meiss, who is chairing
this year's Ghost Walk for the
Santa Rosa Historical Society.
"It is a fun way to enjoy an
evening in Milton's Historical
District, while learning about
our history at the same time.
"You get a first person tour


of the town."
The walk itself, which will
be held Oct. 26 and 27, will
cover 13 stops in the Milton
Historical District and will
cover around one mile.
Tours will start at the
Imogene Theater at 6 p.m. and
a new tour will get underway
every 15 minutes.
The last tour of the night
begins at 9 p.m.
Another piece of history
that will be unveiled is the Nazi
POW's who wanted to stay in
the states after the war and how
they helped build NAS
Whiting Field.
"Many of them com-
plained after the war because
they feared what would happen
to them back home," said
Meiss.
This will be the seventh
year for the Ghost Walk, which
is a unique combination of
Halloween and history.
"We try to give everyone
See GHOST Page 5A


Helping the blind to see


By RYAN ARVAY
rarvay@srpressgazette.comi
When most of us think about learn-
ing to cross the street we recall the voice
of our parents, "hold my hand and look
both ways."
However, for the blind, or vision
impaired, it is a much more complicated
matter, and for many: a daily anxiety.
Sara Rhodes; a Certified Orientation
Sarah Rhodes, from Independence for
the Blind, helps Pensacola Chief of
Police, John Mathis, cross Palafox Street
to demonstrate the anxiety, fear, and dif-
ficulty of such a task for those who are
blind or vision impaired..
Press Gazette photo by Ryan Arvay


and Mobility Specialist teaches such
individuals how to safely cross the street
with confidence.
Rhodes works for Independence for
the Blind, a Pensacola based organization
serving ten counties in Northwest
Florida, including Santa Rosa.
Many from the organization, includ-
ing members of the blind community,
celebrated White Cane Safety Day last
Wednesday in Pensacola with an after-
noon of demonstrations, education, and
awareness pertaining to white cane laws.
The white cane has long been the key
to a blind person's mobility.
Jena Gunn, a member of the Board of
See BLIND Page 5A


DISCOVER THE AREA:


'Huffing' a factor in August drownings


N v i ai. Officials report inhalants are becoming a popular new drug with teens

www.EmeraldCoast.com By BILL GAMBLIN acute difluoroethane intoxica- McCurley drowning near the the victims purchased a can of 'canned air' is commonly


Iill I J11 im Fletcher,
Assist. Publisher
623-2120
7UinO 13 5 fletcher@
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bgamblin@srpressgazette.com
Officials have determined
the cause of death involving
two young adults who were
found in an area. waterway
back on Aug. 19.
According to a press
release from the Santa Rosa
County Sheriff's Office late
Friday, toxicology reports
show that Amber McCranie,
18 of Pace, and Zack
McCurley, 18 of Milton, had


tion, which led to their acci-
dental drowning.
Difluoroethane is a com-
ponent of 'canned air'.
This can be abused as an
inhalant, in a act called 'huff-
ing', causing reaction that can
include a high resulting in
nerve damage, loss of hearing,
vision impairment, and death.
The difluoroethane intoxi-
cation was a contributing fac-
tor to both McCraine and


Marquis Basin Boat Ramp on
Gillespie Road in East Milton.
A local boater was launch-
ing his boat back on Aug. 19
when he noticed two subjects
underneath the water directly
off the dock at the' boat ramp.
Investigators back on
Aug. 19 found a store receipt
inside the vehicle at the scene,
which belonged to one of the
victims.
The receipt revealed that


'canned air' at a local store the
night of their death.
An empty can of 'canned
air' was also found floating in
Marquis Basin at the same
time the bodies were discov-
ered, which was the same item
indicated on the receipt.
Inhalation of the vapors of
common household products,
including hair spray, gasoline,
lighter fluid, shoe polish, paint
thinner, glue, some paints, and


referred to as "huffing."
According to Sgt. Scott
Haines, with the Santa Rosa
County Sheriff's Office, huff-
ing is fast becoming one of the
most popular forms of drug
abuse among teenagers.
The intentional misuse of
aerosol products to achieve a
high is a very dangerous activ-
ity that may seem harmless to
teens that are not familiar with
the consequences.


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Obituaries


Holley, Derlie C.
1931 - 2007

Derlie C. Holley, 76, of
Baker, passed away peace-
fully at home. Sunday,
October 21. 2007, after a
strong and courageous battle
with Lou Gehrig's disease.
By her side was her loving
husband of 55 years, Joseph
Louis Holley, her two chil-
dren, Rex Holley, and
Patricia Baggett, her sister,
Mary Summerlin, her loving
granddaughter, Megan and
some of her dearest friends.
Mrs. Holley was born on
August 31, 1931 in Baker to
the late William J. and Clara
C. Cotton. She was retired
from Monsanto with over 32
years of service. She was a
member of the Good Hope
Congregational Church in
Baker.
Mrs. Holley's love, kind-
ness, and friendship, will be
greatly missed by all who
knew her. Along with her
parents, she was also preced-
ed in death by her brothers-
James Cotton, Carl Cotton
and William J. Cotton, Jr.,
and sisters Rachel Cooley,
" and Irene Cotton.
Mrs. Holley is survived
by her husband-Joseph L.
Holley, a son-Rex (Debra)
Holley; a daughter-Patricia
(John) Baggett; four grand-
children-Megan (David)
Eubanks, Tyler Holley,
Caitlin Holley, Dillon
Holley; her brothers and sis-
ters-Luther Cotton, Ellie
Hainey, Robert (Ann)
Cotton, Dorothy Baldree,
John Cotton, Roy Cotton,
Troy (Tillie) Cotton, Fred
(Mary) Cotton, Mary
(Devon) Summerlin, Annie
Mae (Ken) Royston, and
Susie (Mike) Greene; and
many nieces and nephews.
Funeral Services for Mrs.
Holley will be held at 11:00
a.m. on Wednesday, October
24, 2007 at the Good Hope
Congregational. Church on
Hwy 4 in Baker, with Rev.
Alton Nixon officiating.
Burial will follow in the
Church Cemetery with Lewis
Funeral Home of Milton
directing.
The family received
friends from 5:00 p.m. until
8:00 p.m. Tuesday, October
S23, 2007 at the Lewis
Funeral Home Chapel in
Milton.
Active Pallbearers will
be Terry Brackins, David
Cotton, David Summerlin,
Brian Thomsen, Adam
Thomsen, Aaron Green, and
Stevie Cotton.
Honorary Pallbearers
will be Megan Eubanks,
David Eubanks, Marcia
McCoy, Susie Houx, Betty
Griffith, and Joseph Cotton.
The family wishes to
express a Special Thank You
to Mom's dearest friends
who helped to take care of
her during her illness. This
includes her granddaugh-
ter-Megan, and her hus-
band-David; Marcia
McCoy, Betty Griffith, and
Susie Houx.

Laughery, Larry
Lee
1938 - 2007

Larry Lee Laughery, age
68, passed away Sunday,
October 21, 2007, at a local


nursing facility in Milton
after a lengthy battle with
cancer. He was born
November 5. 1938. in
Newark, Ohio, to Ira Willard
and Mary Pauline Laughery.
He was a United States Air
Force Veteran, and also
retired as a Journeyman
Millwright.
While living in Ohio as a
youth, his family brought
him on many vacations to
Florida. He loved the area
and eventually moved to
Milton with his own family.
Mr. Laughery is preced-
ed in death by his parents.
He is survived by his
wife-Sally K. Laughery, of
Milton; and their children-
Lizabeth "Libby" Laughery,
of Milton, Tanya D.
Laughery of Baton Rouge,
LA, Joie R. French of OK,
Jason E. Laughery, of
Mustang, OK, Jeremy E.
Laughery of Milton,
Chrystal A. Motes of Milton,
and Mark T. Laughery, of
Milton; Grandchildren-
Justin Stoner, Jonathon
Arvel, Kayla Arvel, Briana
French, Michael French,
Bradley French, Maurissa
Nelson, Laurie Nelson, Ryan
Nelson, Tory Laughery, and
Jarred Viola Laughery. He
also had surviving children
and grandchildren from a
previous marriage, they
include Ricky Laughery of
Indiana; Cheryl Taylor of
Texas; and Jeffrey Laughery
of Ohio; eight grandchildren,
and seven great-grandchil-
dren.
Graveside Funeral
Services will be held at
11:00 a.m. on Friday,
October 26, 2007, at the
Barrancas National
Cemetery with Bro. Charles
Elliott officiating, and Lewis
Funeral Home directing.

Milner, William
Lewis
1912-2007
William Lewis Milner,
age 95, passed away
Saturday, October 20, 2007.
Mr. Milner was a native of
Calhoun County, MS., and
had resided in Austell, GA
most of his life. He was a
retired machinist from the
Meade Paper Company and
continued to work for the
Johnson & Brown Machine
Shop, finally retiring in
1997. Mr. Milner was a
member of the Mableton
Baptist Chtirch in Mableton,
GA. He was a member of the
Battle Hill Masonic Lodge.
Mr. Milner is survived
by his wife of 58 years-
Maude Milner of Milton,
FL; his daughter-Sybil
(Vern) Shackleford, of
Milton, FL; three grandchil-
dren-Susanne (Bobby)
Mize, Sandra Cox, R. Lewis
Cox; three great-grandchil-
dren-Joel (Mary) Mundy,
Brittney and Megan Grubbs;
two great-great grandchil-
dren-Joshua and Noah
Mundy; two brothers-C.D.
Milner and Vester Milner;
four sisters-Lucille Milner,
Elizabeth Johnson, Ada
Morgan, and Allene Lee; and
many nieces and nephews.
Funeral services for Mr.
Milner were 2:00 p.m.,
Monday, October 22, 2007,
at Lewis Funeral Home
Milton Chapel with Dr.
David Spencer officiating.


Visitation was from 1:00-
2:00 the same day of service.
A graveside service will be
held at a later date at West
End Cemetery, Atlanta,
Georgia.

Salter, Milton
Candler
Kimbrough
1910-2007

Milton Candler
Kimbrough Salter, age 96, of
Chumuckla, slipped from
this world into the arms of
Jesus, Friday, October 19,
2007.
She was preceded in
death by her husband-
Thomas Duncan Salter, Sr.
She was born in Claud,
Alabama, December 16,
1910. At the age of nine, her
family moved to Florida and
she resided in Chumuckla for
the past 88 years. Milton was
active in her church and
community. Her love of God,
first and foremost, and of
family and friends right
behind. Some of Mrs.
Salter's accomplishments
were, First Chumuckla PTA
President, Founder of Camp
Grace, serving in numerous
offices with her church,
Chumuckla United
Methodist Church, and in
1991, Mr. and Mrs. Salter
were voted "Santa Rosa
County Farm Family of the
Year." Mrs. Salter was
instrumental in her church
providing wisdom and lead-
ership and was selected as
"Chumuckla's Ministering
Angel" in Northwest
Florida's Good Neighbor
Program.
Mrs. Salter is survived
by her six children-Thomas
(Mildred) Salter, Jr.,
Gwendolyn (Frank)
Enfinger, Winona
(Copeland) Griswold,
Margaret (Leon) Miller, Dick
(Glenda) Salter, Mabel
(Jeffrey) Cotton; and she was
blessed to have 25 grandchil-
dren; 35 great-grandchil-
dren; and 17 great-great-
grandchildren.
Funeral services for Mrs.
Salter were 10 a.m., Monday,
October 22, 2007, at Lewis
Funeral Home Pace Chapel
with Bro. Glen Lowery,
assisted by Rev. Clifford
Abbott and Rev. Clive
Knight officiating. Burial
followed in Elizabeth Chapel
Cemetery with . Lewis
Funeral Home directing.
Visitation was from 4:00-
7:00 p.m., Sunday, October
21, 2007 at Lewis Funeral
Home Pace Chapel.
Pallbearers were her 10
grandsons. Honorary pall-
bearers were her 15 grand-


daughters.
In lieu of flowers dona-
tions may be made in Mrs.
Salter's memory to Pace
Assembly of God Church,
3948 Highway 90, Pace, FL
32571; Chumuckla
Methodist Church. 9485
Hwy 197. Pace, 32571;
Elizabeth Chapel Methodist
Church, 8008 Chumuckla
Hwy, Pace, FL 32571; or
Wallace Baptist Church,
6601 Chumuckla Hwy, Pace,
FL 32571.
Milton was surrounded
by family, all of whom hon-
ored and loved her. Her
enthusiasm and love of life
was contagious to everyone.
Milton was a woman of great
faith and a role model to all,
a friend to many and a joy to
all who. knew her.

Townsend, Eula
Odessa
1927-2007

Eula Odessa Townsend,
age 80, a resident of Milton,
FL, since 1966, passed away
Wednesday, October 17,
2007. Eula was a member of
Avalon Baptist Church.
She was preceded in
death by her husband-
Roger Townsend, her son-
David Townsend, and broth-
ers-Hubert, Roy, and James


Wade.
She is survived by her
son-Dale (Carol) Townsend
of Ware, NH: daughters-
Sharon (Jim) Truluck of
Naples, FL; Pat Melvin of
Murfreesboro, TN; Betty
(Jimmy) Bullard of Molino,
FL; brother-Jerry (Rudine)
Wade of Atlanta, GA; sis-
ter-Betty (Harold) Pasley
of Meanville, GA. She is
also survived by her 6 grand-
children-Jessie and
Christopher Townsend,
Melissa Carter, Vicki
Cassidy, Jerry Cox, Jr., and
Eli Hugh Townsend and 9
great-grandchildren: Tallon
Townsend, Shawn and Luke
Cassidy, Nicole, Glen, and
Josh Carter, Sabrina,
Jonathan and Jake Cox.
Visitation will be
Saturday, October 27, 2007
from 10:00 a.m. until the
funeral service begins at
11:00 a.m. at Donnie Sowell
Funeral- Home Chapel.
Burial will follow in
Memory Park Cemetery.
In lieu of flowers, please
make donations to the
National Parkinson
Foundation, Inc. Office of
Development, 1501 NW 9th
Avenue/Bob Hope Road,
Miami, Florida 33136-1494.
Arrangements made by
Donnie Sowell Funeral
Home.


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- Memory of My Dad
Mr. James Edward Taylor
October 27,1922 - February 13, 2004


Dad on February 13, 2004 you took your last breath.
Knowing that I love and miss you so much Dad. Its hard to
let you go. God Loves you more. Even though to be absent
from the body is to be present with the Lord. There is such
a huge void in my heart, not just today, it began the very F
moment God called you to Glory. I miss your smile, your
laughter Dad. I like to wish you a Happy birthday Day!
Rest in Peace
Love your Son
Mr. Bobby T.
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Sunday, 4:59 p.m.
Have you noticed that
since prayer was taken out
of school, all the bad things
that have been going on?
We need to wake up and
get prayer back into our
schools. Thank you.

Saturday, 8:14 p.m.
Hi, this is Dorie. I do
wish you could change the
crossword puzzle. You
used the same one today
that you used in the last
paper. Thank you.

Saturday, 1:20 p.m.
Hi, this is Robert. I'd
like to report there is an
individual in Milton that
has been exploiting mostly
the elderly out of money.
This gentleman is claiming
his wife and child are bro-
ken down in the car, and he
needs money for a car part.
He has a history of
exploitation of the elderly.
I just thought the public
should not fall prey to this.
Thank you.

Friday, 8:00 a.m.
Yes, I'd like to thank
the person that donated all
the sodas and water to East
Milton Elementary for the
field day and the fall festi-
val. I'd also like to thank
the lady on the news yes-
terday that was letting all
the parents know that their
child was OK. God bless
these people-they're awe-
some, and they are what
make the community

Friday, 7:55 a.m.
Yes this is Kelly. I'm
wondering again why
Glover 'Lane has no police
officers over at Hobbs
Middle school. People are
going 50 to 60 miles per
hour. Even in the rain, it
doesn't seem to stop them.
One of these children will
get seriously hurt. Is that
what it's going to take to
get these people to slow
down.
Why can't they have
Santa Rosa Officers over
there? They're always sit-
ting over at the bakery, or
Hardee's. We need some-
one to keep these people
from speeding. Someone's
going to get hurt. It may
not be my child but it's
somebody's child. Thank
you.

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


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Sheriff's Report


Wednesday-October 24, 2007


NOTICE OF PUBLIC MEETINGS
All Board of County Commissioner Meetings and other county department meetings are held at the County
Administrative Center, Commissioner's Board Room, 6495 Caroline Street, Milton, Florida, unless other-
wise indicated


Zoning Board of Adjustments
Commission Committee
Marine Advisory
SRC Housing Coalition
Conference Room, 6051 Old Bagdad Hwy., Milton
Commission Regular/Reorganization Meeting
Fire Protection Board of Adjustment and Appeals
Conference Room, 6051 Old Bagdad Hwy., Milton
Local Planning Board
Navarre Architectural Advisory Board
Navarre Community Center


November 1 5:30 p.m.
November 5 9:00 a.m.
November 6 5:00 p.m.
November 7 1:30 p.m.
November 8 9:00 a.m.
November 8 4:00 p.m.
November 8 6:00 p.m.
November 13 3:00 p.m.


Local Mitigation Strategy Meeting November 14 1:00 p.m.
Conference Room, 6051 Old Bagdad Hwy., Milton
Building Code Board of Adjustments November 14 3:00 p.m.
Conference Room, 6051 Old Bagdad Hwy., Milton
Commission Committee November 19 Cancelled
SRC Community Organizations Assisting in Disasters November 20 3:00 p.m.
Conference Room, 6051 Old Bagdad Hwy, Miton
Law Library Board November 21 12:00 p.m.
Administrative Judges Office, Courthouse
Emergency Services Advisory Committee November 21 Cancelled
Aviation Advisory Committee November 21 Cancelled
Commission Regular November 22 Cancelled
Utility Board November 26 5:00 p.m.
Bagdad Historical Architectural Advisory Board November 28 8:30 a.m.
Conference Room, 6051 Old Bagdad Hwy., Milton
SHIP Partnership Advisory Committee November 28 3:00 p.m.
Conference Room, 6051 Old Bagdad Hwy., Milton
Parks and Recreation November 28 Cancelled
Aviation Advisory Committee November 28 5:00 p.m.
Commission Special Meeting - Rezoning November 29 6:00 p.m.
Agendas and minutes are also available at www.santarosa.fl.gov. All meetings held in the Board Room
can be viewed live and/or replayed at this web site by selecting the meeting from the main page, ,


Santa Rosa Countyv
Sheriff's Report for Sept. 19 -
Sept. 26, 2007
Patterson. Selina Kay;
Female; 24: 5937
Pineywoods PL. Milton;
Cruelty Towards Child-
Infliction of Physical or
Mental Injury. 9/19/07
Simmons, Jr.. Steven
Wayne; Male; 27; 215 9th
Ave Jasmine Park Apts,
Pensacola; Larc-Theft is
$300 or More But Less




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The Comebacks(PGl13)
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30 Days of Night (R)
1:45 4:30 7:10 9:40
Things We Lost in the Fire (R)
1:40 4:20 7:00 9:35
*Sarah Landon and the Paranormal Hour
(PG) 1:05 3:00 4:55 6:50 8:45
Michael Clayton (R)
1:00 3:50 6:55 9:30
We Own the Night (R)
1:20 3:55 7:05 9:35
Tyler Perry's Why Did I Get Married
(PG13) 1:10 4:05 7:05 9:40
The Gameplan (PG)
1:30 4:10 7:00 9:30
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- *SALUTES


Donnie H. Sowell

Someone who has made a difference
Immediately after graduating fiom high school
in 1957, Donnie became affiliated with Wolfe-
Lewis Funeral Home in Milton as a Funeral
Service Apprentice. And in 1961 he graduated
from Cincinnati College of Mortuary Science, at
which time he received its Restorative Art
C s ,, '"- PAward.

After military service in the early sixties,
Donnie returned to employment with Wolfe-
Lewis and became partner in Lewis-Sowell
' Funeral Home (formerly Wolfe-Lewis) but sold
that interest in 1983. In May of 1996 he found-
ed Donnie Sowell Funeral Home, which he
later sold to Service Corporation, and became
a management consultant, continuing in that

Donnie Sowell capacity until last year.
Donnie's church, civic, and community service is legendary. He was also a charter member of
Hadji Shrine Temple, held all offices in the Milton Junior Chamber of Commerce, and as past
president of Progressive Milton Association was responsible for obtaining the present
Christmas lights and decorations for the City of Milton as well as organizing First Night
Christmas Parade.

Donnie was an active participant in Eye Enunciation and Donor Program of the University of
Florida School of Medicine and is a charter member and past chairman of Avalon Beach-
Mulat Fire District. He was chairman of the committee which brought the first set of Jaws of
Life rescue equipment to Santa Rosa County and is a former commanding officer of the
Milton Unit, Florida Highway Patrol Auxiliary.

Even h,.dtiI these giving accomplishments are a. iw., i .,, Donnie's sterling and overwhelm-
ingly ., ,,l//y personality is the most remarkable and memorable thing about him. And today
he's still making a difference wherever he goes...



McIKenzie
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Hwy 90 at 89, Milton

623-3481


Than S5.000. 9/19/07
Wood. James Aaron;
Male 36: 6436 Highway 90,
Milton: Drugs-Possess New
Legend Drug W/O
Prescription (2 cts.), Drugs-
Possess Cntrl Sub W/O
Prescription (2 cts.) 9/19/07
Jones. Cassondra
Nicole: Female: 30; 322
Stewart Cr, Pearl, MS;
Fraud-Obtain Control
Substance By (3 cts.).
9/19/07
Taylor, Christina Lynn;
Female; 15; 4340 Watkins
St, Pace; Criminal Attempt
Solicit Conspire 1st Degree
Misdemeanor, Drugs-
Manufacture Distribute Sell
Etc Imitation Drugs.
9/19/07
De Lanoy, .r., David
Marlowe; Male; 30; 2075
Fountainview Dr., Navarre;
DUI Alcohol or Drugs 2nd
Offense. 9/19/07
Cavaliere, Jordan
Michael; Male; 19; 512
Timber Ridge Dr.,
Pensacola; Drive While Lic
Susp 1st Offense, Drugs-
Possess Cntrl Sub W/O
Prescription. 9/20/07
Jones, Brandon Keith;
Male; 22; Golf Village,
Gulf Breeze; Damage Prop-
Crim Misch $200 and
Under, Burgl Dwelling
Structure or Conveyance
Armed, Larc-Grand of
Firearm. 9/20/07
Laisney II, Alexis
Donald; Male; 19; 1256
College Ct, Gulf Breeze;
Larc-Theft is $300 or More
But Less Than $5,000.
9/20/07
Wilkins, Lyndal
Kenneth; Male; 38; 14 1st
St, Ft. Walton Beach;
Criminal Attempt Solicit
Conspire Capital Fel,
Aggrav Stalking-Follow
Harass Threaten W/Death
of Injury, Possess of
Weapon-Short Barreled
Gun Rifle or Machine Gun,
Burgl Dwelling Structure or
Conveyance Armed, Burgl
Tools-Possess With Intent
to Use. 9/20/07
Thrasher, Jonathan
Michael; Male; 19; 5423
Tom Sawyer Rd, Pace;
Probation Violation-Felony.
9/20/07
Spurlin., Eddie Lee;
Male; 53; 11802 Spanish
Lake Rd, Tampa, FL; Larc-
10K Less 50K Dols From
65 YOA Older. 9/20/07
Kidd, .Michael Dennis;
Male; 59; 9805 Chumuckla
Springs Rd, Jay; Larc-Theft
is $300 or More But Less
Than $5,000. 9/20/07
Walker, Chuck
Braydon; Male; 31; 6720
Park Ave, Milton;
Probation Violation-Felony.
9/20/07
Ziglar, Thomas Lee;
Male; 17; 5404 Old Bethel


Rd, Crestview; Marijuana
Possess With Intent to Sell
Mfg or Deliver Sched I,
Marijuana Possess * Not
More than 20 Grams,
Narcotic Equip Possess
And Or Use. 9/20/07
Davis, Melody Jean;
Female; 30; 4234 Reinsma
Rd, Milton; DUI. 9/19/07
Dobbs, Joshua Levi;
Male; 23; 5768 Zinnia Ave,
Milton; DUI. 9/20/07
Andrews, Clifton Glen;
Male; 43; 6230 Weekly St,
Milton; Probation
Violation-Felony. 9/22/07
Atkins, Jr., Jerry
Eugene; Male; 34; 722
Kelley St, Slocum, AL; Out
of State Fugitive From
Justice. 9/22/07
Brewer. Jr., Charles
Raymond; Male; 34; 4125
Busby Lane, Pace; Attach
Registration License Plate
Not Assigned, Drive While
Lic Susp 1st Off, Drugs-
Deliv/Distri-Deliver
Methamphetamine,
Narcotic Equip-Possess
And Or Use, Resist
Officer-Obstruct By
Disguised Person. 9/23/07
Deas, Jody Lee; Male;
34; 2068 Jones Road,
Kershaw, SC; Failure to
Appear for Felony Offense
(2 cts.). 9/21/07
Griscom, Roy Richard;
Male; 48; 5377 Spruce St,
Gulf Breeze; Possess
Cocaine, Narcotic Equip-
Possess And or Use.
9/22/07
Henderson, Bradford
Dewayne; Male; 31; 7583
Henderson Smith Rd,
Milton; Fraud-Imperson
Obtain Property By, Crimes
against Person-Exploitation
of Elderly Less Than
$20,000. 9/22/07
Lagle, Sonya Marie;
Female; 38; 8 Maple Lane,
Brownsburg, IN; Probation
Violation-Felony. 9/21/07
McClain, Rashaad
Kiani; Male; 25; 4300
Maricite St, Lacey, WA;
Failure to Appear for
Felony Offense. 9/21/07
Mixson, Jr., Paul
Richard; Male; 27; 12760
Hilliard Jenkins Rd,
Loxley, AL; Probation
Violation-Felony. 9/21/07
Perry, .Jr., Shane
Jason; Male; 35; 3211 West
Ave., Gulf Breeze;
Probation Violation-Felony.
9/23/07
Petite, Bryant Jerome;
Male; 19; 1250 College
Pkwy, Gulf Breeze; Stolen
Prop-Dealing In Stolen
Property. 9/20/07
Tankersley, Charles A;
Male; 43; 7220 Springhill
Rd, Milton; Possess
Cocaine, Narcotic Equip-
Possess And Or Use.
9/21/07
Ashcraft III, Jack


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Dewayne; Male; 24; 2593
Salamanca St, Navarre;
Larc-Theft is $300 or More
But Less Than $5,000,
Stolen Prop-Deal In-
Dealing in Stolen Property.
9/21/07
Boykins, Johnathan
Xavier Omar; Male; 20;
5717 Cherry St, Milton;
Larc-Grand Theft. $5,000 or
More Less Than $10,000.
9/21/07
Daniel, Lauren Alyssa;
Female; 21; 8353 Sphere
Way, Pensacola; Drugs-
Possess Cntrl Sub W/O
Prescription, Marijuana-
Possess Not More Than 20
Grams, Narcotic Equip-
Possess And Or Use.
9/21/07
Guyse, Ronnie Lee;
Male; 49; 6774 Anola Dr,
Milton; Drive While Lic
Susp Habitual Offender,
9/21/07
Moree Jr., Anthony
Gerald; Male; 17; 1281
Redwood Ln, Gulf Breeze;
Burgl Dwelling Structure or
Conveyance Armed, Larc-
Grand of Firearm. 9/21/07
Peterson, Eric Stephen;
Male; 19; 4950 Glover
Lane, Milton; Larc-Theft is
$300 or More But Less
Than $5,000. 9/22/07
Smegelski, Jason
Stewart; Male; 26; 8215
Newcastle Ct, Milton;
Larc-Theft is $300 or More
But Less Than $5,000 (3
cts.), Stolen Prop-Deal In-
Dealing in Stolen Property
(3 cts.). 9/21/07
Smith Morton, Drexel
Michelle; Female; 28; 4260
Hwy. 90, Pace; Battery-
Felony Batt Result From
Bodily Harm/Disability
(domestic violence).
9/21/07
Sullivan, Trevor James;
Male; 21; 6568 Pinto Ave,
Milton; Hit & Run-Leave
Scene of Crash Involve
Damage to Prop, Hit &
Run-Acc-Unattended Veh
or Prop W/O Leaving ID,
Drive While Lic Susp
Habitual Offender. 9/21/07
Walker. Jr., Robert
James; -Male; 17; '8969
Gristmill Way, Milton;
Burgl of Structure
Conveyance Unarmed W/O
Person Inside, Larc-Theft is
$300 or More But Less
Than $5,000. 9/21/07
Warman, Jr.. Kenneth
Ernest; Male; .17; 9071 Tara
Circle, Milton; Burgi of
Structure Conveyance
Unarmed W/O Person
Inside, Larc-Theft is $300
Or more But Less Than
$5,000. 9/21/07
Williams, Elliott Lee;
Male; 23; 3374 Crestview
Ln, Gulf Breeze; DUI,
Possess Control Sub W/O
Prescription. 9/23/07
Zapata, Esteban; Male;
19; 4521 Alba St, Pace;
Possess Cocaine, Operate
Motor Vehicle W/O Valid
License. 9/22/07
Kerr, Sean Matthew;
Male; 22; 3400 Greenbriar
Ct, Gulf Breeze; DUI.
9/22/07
Moore, Brian Lee;
Male; 41; 6939 Cotton Boll
Ln, Navarre; DUI. 9/21/07
Morrison, Shamar
Thurman; Male; 30; 6803
Liberty St, Navarre; DUI.
9/22/07
Webb, Thomas J; Male;
45; 6810 Leisure St,
Navarre; DUI. 9/22/07
Watson, Edith Anita;
Female; 51; 4450 Limit St,
Milton; Probation
Violation-Felony. 9/21/07
Owens, Richard Lee;
Male; 46; 4313 Kings Ct,
Pace; Fugitive From
Justice. 9/21/07
Aguilar, Scarlett Le-
Anita; Female; 27; 6738
Valerie Lane, Navarre;
Larc-Petit 1st Off, Fraud-
Utter False Bank Bill Note
Check Draft, Larc-Petit 1st
Degree Property $100 to
Under $300, Forgery of
Alter Public Record
Certificate Etc, Fraud-Utter
False Instrument. 9/24/07


Hawthorne, Joseph
Daniel; Male; 21; 7824 Old
Hickory Hammock Rd,
Milton; Probation
Violation-Felony. 9/24/07
Jerkins, Robin Ann;
Female; 30; 827 Lynch St,
Milton; Failure to Appear
for Felony Offense 9/24/07


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Mason, Russell Nikia;
Male; 32; 6647 Harvell St,
Milton; Burgl of
Unoccupied Dwelling
Unarmed No Asslt/Batt,
Trespassing Structure or
Conveyance, Narcotic
Equip-Possess And Or Use.
9/24/07
Stuart, Zachary Wells;
Male; 19; 2044 Ruth Road,
Burlington, NC; Probation
Violation-Felony. 9/24/07
Vaughn, David Eugene;
Male; 40; 1515 Mariners
Cir, Gulf Breeze; Burgl of
Structure Conveyance
Unarmed W/O Person
Inside, Larc-Theft is $300
or More But Less Than
$5,000. 9/24/07
Castagna, Zachary
Michael; Male; 15; 4873
Broadleaf Dr, Pace; Burgl
of Unoccupied Dwelling
Unarmed No Asslt/Batt,
Larc-Theft is $300 or More
But Less Than $5,000.
9/24/07
Robinson, Keenan
Zaan Bonzo; Male; 12;
,2716 Gulf Breeze Pkwy,
Gulf Breeze; Battery on
Detention Staff Juv Prob
Officer. 9/24/07
1Roy, Christopher
Michael; Male; 17; 4884
Timber Ridge Dr, Pace;
Burgl of Unoccupied
Dwelling Unarmed No
Asslt/Batt. 9/24/07
Webb Jr., William
Gary; Male; 41; 5149
Ridgeway Blvd, Milton;
Probation Violation-Felony.


9/23/07
Hatfield, Jason Frank;
Male; 26: 6268 Buckskin
Dr, Milton: Larc-Grand of
Firearm. 9/23/07
Dohrmann, Danielle
Marie; Female; 41; 1515
Mariners Cir, Gulf Breeze;
Burgl of Structure
Conveyance Unarmed W/O
Person Inside (2 cts.), Larc
Theft is $300 or More But
Less Than $5,000 (2 cts.),
Damage Prop-Crim Misch-
Over $200 Under $1,000.
9/25/07
Herrera, Augustin
Andres; Male; 50; 781 East
32nd St, Hialeah, FL;
Public Order Crimes-
Racketeering Violation.
9/25/07
Jennings, Tashina
Elyaz; Female; 26; 6090
Belandville Rd, Milton;
Conservation-Environment
Malicious Land Burning.
9/26/07
Knight, Derrick
Mathew; Male; 20; 6254
Forest Dr, Milton; Battery
on Officer Firefighter EMT
Etc, Resist Officer-Obstruct
W/O Violence. 9/25/07
Loveless, Justin
Maylon; Male; 17; 6567
Julia Dr, Milton; Burgl of
Structure Conveyance
Unarmed W/O person
inside, Larc-Petit 1st Off (2
cts.), Burgl Tools-Possess
W/Intent to Use. 9/25/07
Perez. Uuguardo NMN;
Male; 62; 240 68 Street,
Hialeah. FL; Public Order


Ghost

Continued From Page One
who comes out a better under-
standing of Milton's past,"
said Meiss. "Telling history is
one thing, but when you can
see history, that is something
else."
Tickets for this event can
be purchased at the door.
Al
Prices are $10 for adults
and $5 for children, with little
ones in strollers free.
Refreshments will be
served at the end of the tour. . -
For more information you
-an contact the Santa Rosa
Historical Society at 712- g ll'-
3493. tm , l , , " " " .2 ]:..:'' ;


House

Continued From Page One
)n the existing land the county
already owns by the Santa Rosa.
County Jail, and pay for it
through a referendum on a one
zent sales tax.
Cole commented on the
double-edge sword nature of the
issue when he mentioned an
offer the county received to
build a courthouse that would
have also provided a corridor
from Highway 90 to Hamilton
Bridge Road. However, it
would have cost more than the
county could have done it for.
"I have strong mixed emo-
tions about the road we're get-
ting ready to go down," said
Commissioner Don Salter.
"I think if we continue to
pursue appointing a courthouse
committee we're telling the
people of this county the court-
house is the number one issue in
the county."
Salter referenced the
Special Session currently
underway in the state Capitol,
saying, "If we move forward
with having a committee to
study the courthouse, look at
locations, look at ways to fund
it, and then we end up getting,
cut by the state-a drastic
amount of money- we're
going to have to reprioritize
everything we do."
"We're going to have to
have alternative sources of rev-
enue," Cole says, "if the people
of Santa Rosa County vote for
the referendum- January 29th.
Otherwise, we're going to go
out of business."
Commissioner Broxson
posed the question as to what
exactly the expectation of this
committee would be if it did go
forward.
"When we do this I'd like
to know its been done the right
way. I don't want to frustrate a
fine group of citizens that might
volunteer, and then come up
with the same roadblocks that
we are facing right now," said
Broxson.


Crimes-Racketeering
Violation. 9/25/07
Rutherford. Jr.. Fabian
Joseph: Male: 17: 5301
Ernie Newton Dr., Milton;
Burgl Tools-Possess With
Intent to Use, Resist
Officer Obstruct W/O
Violence, Fraud-Imperson-
False ID Given to LEO,
Burgl of Structure
Conveyance Unarmed W/O
Person Inside, Larc-Petit
1st Offense. 9/25/07
Thompson, Clinton
Ashley; Male; 24; 4125
Plant Ave, Pace: Marijuana-
Producing Sched I,
Marijuana-Possess Over 20
Grams (2 cts.), Drugs-
Possess Cntrl Sub W/O
Prescription, Possess of
Weapon or Ammo by
Convicted Fla. Felon,
Narcotic Equip-Possess
And Or Use. 9/25/07
Wimert, Chad Ashley;
Male; 21; 8859 Hwy. 89,
Milton; Veh Theft-Grand
3rd Degree. 9/25/07
Dyese Christopher
Nicholas; Male; 22; 1388
Tiger Lake Dr., Gulf
Breeze; Larceny, Forgery;
9/25/07
McAndrews, Allen
David; Male; 25; 204 Ruby
Ave, Pensacola; Drive
While Lic Susp 1st Off,
Drugs-Possess Cntrl Sub
W/O Prescription/ 9/24/07
Menzies, Mondroit
Alleton; male; 17;
Blackwater STOP Camp,
Jay; Battery On Detention


Blind


Continued From Page One
Directors for Independence for
the Blind, suffers from severe
tunnel vision. She says her
sight has been reduced to the
size of a straw hole and the
white cane enables her to move
around town. "I call it, my
eyes," she says.
Florida law states whenev-
er a pedestrian carrying a white
cane is attempting to cross the
street, vehicles approaching the
intersection must come to a
complete stop. However, this
is not always adhered to.
As many times as she has
crossed the street in her travels,
Gunn says she still gets nerv-
ous.
Nick Dotson is a local
businessman. Completely
blind, Dotson also uses a white


cane to maneuver sidewalk
cracks, drop-offs and obstacles.
In his speech delivered
during last week's luncheon, he
recalled a time when, attempt-
ing to cross Jordan Street and
Palafox Street, a vehicle failed
to make a full stop and drove
over his cane, breaking it.
He says if he had stepped
out a moment earlier the car
would have surely hit him.
"It's hard enough to cross
the street," Dotson says, "with-
out people using their cell
phone, watching TV, or rolling
through a right on red."
Dotson also shared the
story of two personal friends, a
husband and wife-both blind,
who were killed by a drunk
driver while crossing the street
on their way to work.


Signs


Continued From Page One
ready to go back to the way
things have been in cities
like Coral Springs, and Ft
Lauderdale, that twenty
years ago banned billboards
and went the other direc-
tion."
"When you take into
consideration all the on-
premise signs, all the off-
premise signs, and all the
overhead utilities, we don't
need anymore visual clutter."
Stewart brought up Ihe
property rights argument in
regards to one of the appli-


cants, Mark Cotton.
"One of the issues I had
was that Mr. Cotton owned
the property," said Stewart,
"he wanted to put a sign
advertising his business on a
piece of property he owned,
and because of the way our
ordinance is written he
couldn't do that."
Faulkenberry pointed out
that the land Cotton had
hoped to build on is already
within 1000 feet of an exist-
ing sign, a scenario of which
a code change would do
nothing to alter.


Staff Juv Prob Officer (2
cts.). 9/25/07
Boyce. David Matthew;
Male; 24: 203 Booth Ave,
Cantonment; Probation
Violation-Felony. 9/26/07
Brock, Jerad
Christopher; Male; 22;
7562 Lakeside Dr, Milton;
DUI and Damage Property,
Homicide-Negli Mansl
Veh-DUI Cause Death to
any Human. 9/26/07
Carlson, David Jerome;
Male; 41; 2619 Larkin St,
Pensacola; DUI, Resist
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OUR VIEW



Who has



issues to fix?

At a recent meeting of the Santa Rosa County
Commissioners the picture of doom and gloom was
painted because of concerns over the revenue stream.
Some concerns on their part are very valid with the
amount of services the county attempts to provide for
the public, but my major question is why are those
talking doom and gloom still wanting to give away
money.
Ironically it appears those wanting to cause the
biggest problems in Tallahassee are those from South
Florida.
This is the same group that pushed through the fast
train amendment and others, but none bigger than the
classroom size quota amendment.
Apparently it is the job of every citizen in Florida
to tighten their belts and suffer, because those in South
Florida can't seem to get their act together.
If you will look back, the Classroom Size
Amendment failed in Northwest Florida, which hap-
pens to have the top two school districts fighting it out
each year to see who will be number one between
Okaloosa, our neighbors to the east, and our very own
Santa Rosa County School, District.
I.am not going to say some new facilities would be
nice, but every school district is facing the problem of
where to build or how to expand.
The residents in Santa Rosa County have stepped
up to help meet this challenge, but those who want the
state's help in South Florida have not for the most
part.
Except for a few exceptions, the Santa Rosa
County Commissioners have shown the ability to be
somewhat frugal stewards with the county money.
Ironically there are a few in Tallahassee who want
to see how much they can do with even less.
In theory the idea from Tallahassee might sound
nice, but is it a pipe dream?
These same people who talk about cutting taxes or
setting tax rates are the same ones who create man-
dates for the county, but expect them to take on the
costs of their project.
It would be very interesting to see all five county
commissioners show the state how much they are pay-
ing in unfunded mandates from the state out of an 81-
million dollar budget.
Would that send a wakeup call to those in
Tallahassee who apparently want to talk the talk, but
are they willing to walk the walk?
In the latest meeting of the board of commissioners
in Santa Rosa County some of their frustration with
the state and possible budget plans started to show.
Now if they could turn that tide on those who are
creating the problems maybe things could go forward
instead of watching all five of them turn blue as they
hold their collective breaths.
South.Florida has created their own problems and
yet again as a state we have to try and fix the issues.
It all boils down to one common question each of
us has to answer.
If we want the service, are we willing to pay the
cost to have it?


Viewpoints


Vol. 100, Number 56
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A GUEST VIEWPOINT


Nuclear power


By ANDREW KORFHAGE
The partial meltdown at Three Mile
Island in 1979 left many Americans
with grave concerns about the risk of
nuclear power - concerns that were
only magnified seven years later when
the Chernobyl disaster forced the evacu-
ation and resettlement of nearly 400,000
people, with thousands poisoned by
radiation.
By then, Three Mile Island was still
only halfway finished with a clean-up
that would last until 1993, at a cost that
ultimately topped one billion dollars.
The first few years after the Three Mile
Island disaster likewise saw the plant's
owner, the General Public Utilities
Corp., teetering on the brink of bank-
ruptcy, struggling to finance the clean-
up while battling lawsuits from its
shareholders and utility customers. This
should have marked the end of the
nuclear industry in the US.
Unfortunately, bills passed in both
the House and Senate would ease the
way for nuclear energy companies not
only to perpetuate the grave health and
public safety risks associated with
nuclear power, but also to expose
American taxpayers to the financial
risks that nearly buried General Public
Utilities Corp.
At issue is the federal government's
involvement in loan guarantees for the
construction of new nuclear power
plants.
As the Nuclear Energy Institute
recently reported in a brief to the US
Department of Energy, "100 percent


loan coverage is essential ... [be
the capital markets are unwilling
and for the foreseeable future, to
the financing necessary" for new
plants. In other words, nuclear
are so financially risky that the r
refuses to support them, so the n
industry has turned to the federal
ernment with a plan for shifting
sive financial risks of new nucle
tors onto US taxpayers.
Even worse, the nuclear lobi
already partially succeeded. A o
tence provision slipped into the
energy bill over the summer stri
gressional appropriations comm
their fiscal responsibility to over
guarantee programs - allowing t
Department of Energy to give o
ited guarantees without congress
authorization. The House versi
energy bill doesn't go quite so fa
still limits congressional power
tect taxpayers from financial bac
most risky energy projects.
This capitulation to the nucl
lobby puts US taxpayers at risk
many times over:
Nuclear power presents a hi
safety risk, leaving behind radio
material that will be toxic to hun
more than 100,000 years. This
a problem for communities near
waste sites, as nuclear power pla
around the country would be sh
waste through nearly every state
nation to reach final storage dest
Nuclear power presents a na
security risk, with nuclear plants


reemerges
-cause] tempting target for terrorists. As
g, now Robert Kennedy, Jr. has pointed out,
provide there are at least eight relatively easy
v power ways to cause a major meltdown at a
plants nuclear plant - you don't need to crash
market airplanes into the cooling towers.
nuclear What's more, human error and natural
1 gov- disasters can trigger the same emergen-
the mas- cies, without the assistance of terrorists.
.ar reac- Nuclear power exacerbates the risk
of nuclear weapons proliferation. With
by has countries like North Korea and Iran
)ne-sen- working in the nuclear arena, the prob-
Senate's lem of separating energy-generating
ps con- nuclear technology from weapons pro-
ittees of liberation is not solved, and our pursuit
rsee loan of nuclear programs only encourages
the other "rogue's regimes to do the same.
ut unlim- As the House and Senate resolve
sional their energy bills in committee, they
on of the need to recognize their duty to protect
ar, but the interests of the American people,
to pro- and avoid the human safety, national
king the security, and nuclear proliferations
risks - as well as the serious financial
ear risks -that accompany loan guarantees
many, for such a volatile industry.
Nuclear power companies do not
iman deserve the giveaways that Congress is
)active considering. If private banks and
mans for investors will not finance the expensive
isn't just risk of restarting a robust nuclear ener-
nuclear gy industry in this country, then
ants American taxpayers should not either.
dipping Andrew Korfliage is an editor for
in the Co-op America , a nonprofit consumer
tinations. organization advocating socially and
itional environmentally responsible purchas-
s a ing and investing.


GUEST VIEWPOINT



A brothel for agribusiness today


By JIM HIGHTOWER
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on the above topic(s)-or ANY
topic-with other Press Gazette read-
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Send your letters to: LETTERS
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designed to
protect con-
sumers,
workers, and
the environ-
ment from
corporate
profiteers -
have instead
become
brothels on
wheels,


going to any
length to accommodate profi-
teers.
One of the rolling accom-
modators is the U.S. agriculture


department, which has been
especially servile to Monsanto
and other biotech giants
involved in messing with the
very DNA of our foods and
feed crops. Monsanto makes a
weedkiller called Roundup, but
in addition to killing weeds,
this toxic stuff also tends to kill
the very crops that the weeds
are crowding out.
Take alfalfa. Monsanto's
white-smock lab techs have
genetically altered alfalfa seeds
to produce plants that - guess
what? - absorb heavy doses of
Roundup without dying. This
means more sales of
Monsanto's herbicide, while
also creating a market for its
"Roundup Ready" alfalfa seeds.


Our ag department gave this
Frankenseed its blessing two
years ago without even doing
an environmental impact
assessment! The agency simply
assumed that the enviro and
economic impacts were not sig-
nificant, essentially taking the
word of the profiteer,
Monsanto.
A watchdog group called
the Center for Food Safety,
however, was not so easy. It
sued USDA for abrogating its
regulatory responsibility - and a
federal judge has now agreed.
He said that USDA was "cava-
lier" in its quick OK, that it had
not adequately considered the
fact that the altered seed would
contaminate organic alfalfa


fields, and that the increased
use of the herbicide would cre-
ate superweeds. In a telling
comment, the judge wrote:
"One would expect that some
federal agency is considering
whether there is some risk to
[genetically] engineering all of
America's crops..."
Yeah... one would expect.
But our government has
become an accommodator, not
a regulator. To learn more, call
the Center for Food Safety:
202-547-9359.
For more information on
Jim Hightower's work - and to
subscribe to his award-winning
monthly newsletter, The
Hightower Lowdown, visit
www.jimhightower.com


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Rummage Sale at
St. Mary's
St. Mary's Episcopal
Church will be having their
annual Fall Festival on:
Friday, October 26, 2007,
10 a.m. - 7 p.m.
Saturday, October 27,
2007, 7 a.m.- 7 p.m.
There will be a huge rum-
mage sale of homemade baked
goods. homemade jams & jel-
lies, and other delicious
refreshments!
The church is located in
beautiful downtown Milton at
6849 Oak Street. For more
information, the church office
phone number is 623-2905.

Public Hearing for
Stormwater Utility
The Milton City Council
will conduct a Public Hearing
to receive public input con-
cerning the establishment of a
Stormwater Utility, and a
Parks & Recreation Impact
Fee for new residential devel-
opments. The Public Hearing
will be held at 5 p.m.,
Tuesday. Oct. 30th in the
Council Chambers at Milton
City Hall, 6738 Dixon Street,
Milton. All meetings are open
to the public. For further infor-
mation. contact 983-5411.

Thompson Family
Reunion
Family and friends of Ada
and Lewis Thompson are
invited to come and bring a
covered dish Saturday,
October 27th at Carpenters
Park under the pavilion.
Lunch will be between 12 and
1 p.m. For more information,
contact Margaret Richardson
at 623-4842 or Gracie Evans
at 455-6087.

Notice of meeting
The Local Board for
Emergency Food & Shelter
Funding will meet on
Tuesday, October 30, at 10
a.m. in Conference Room B at
City Hall, 6738 Dixon Street,
Milton. For more information,
call 983-5411.

Friends of the
Milton Library Fall
Book Sale
Friday and Saturday (Oct.
26 & 27), from 9 a.m. to 5
p.m., there will be a Book Sale
in the Conference Room,
shed, and under a covered area
at the Milton Library, 5541
Alabama St, Milton.
Admission is free. Proceeds
from the sale will go toward
the purchase of a self-check-
out system for the Milton
Library. This will allow
library users to check out
books themselves, eliminating
lines at the circulation desk.
Come on out and buy some
books! Hot dogs, popcorn and
drinks will be sold on
Saturday! Call 623-8000 for
details.

Notice of
Certification of Tax
Roll
Pursuant to Section
193.122, Florida Statutes,
Gregory S. Brown, Property
Appraiser of Santa Rosa
County, hereby gives notice
that the Tax Roll for Santa
Rosa County was certified to
the Tax Collector on the 19th
day of October, 2007, for col-
lection of taxes.
Gregory S. Brown, CFA
Property Appraiser
Santa Rosa County

2nd Annual
Families Day Out is
Saturday!
Presented by the Family
Law Advisory Group (FLAG)
of Santa Rosa County, bring
your family out! It will be a
fun-filled and educational


event. It will feature exhibits
focusing on family issues,
such as health, education and
safety. There will be free
health screenings and chil-
dren's events. McGruff the
Crime Dog, Smoky Bear, the
Blackwater Pyrates, and the
Santa Rosa Sheriff's Office
Mounted Posse will also be
there. So come on out to the
Milton Community Center,
5629 Byrom Street in Milton,
Saturday from 10 a.m. to 2
p.m. for lots of fun!

Loblolly Theater to
open
A new production, the
annual Halloween/Harvest
celebration, will open with
'Fortuna Luna' in honor of the
moon. The eighth Loblolly
Theater season play will open
with the full moon on October
26th and play through to the
full moon on November 24th.
This year the moon and its
cycles (and the cycles of the
human being) - the waxing,
waning and the new will be
celebrated in song, word and
fable. Performance dates are
October 26, 27, and 31;
November 1, 2, 3, 9, 10, 15,
16, 17, 18, 23, and 24. All per-
formances are at 8 p.m.
Admission is $9. Loblolly is
located at 1010 N. 12th Ave
above Madison's Dinner.
Madison's offers a dinner dis-
count to theatre patrons. Call
Yolanda Reed at 439-3010 for
more information.

AMVETS Post 1292
Halloween party
AMVETS Post 1292 will
have a Halloween party for
everyone on Saturday, Oct. 27
at 7:30 p.m. There will be a
costume contest with 1st &
2nd place. There will also be a
Scary-Okee contest with 1st
and 2nd place. Come on out
and sing your best! For more
details call 623-2258.

Dedication of Curtis
Golden Boulevard
The Santa Rosa County
Board of County
Commissioners in partnership
with the Florida Department
of Transportation and the 2007
Florida State Legislature will
hold a dedication ceremony
for the honorary designation
of Garcon Point Road as
"Curtis Golden Boulevard,"
after the Honorable Curtis A.
Golden, Retired State
Attorney for the First Judicial
Circuit of Florida.
The details are as follows:
When: Thursday, Oct. 25
Time: 1:30 p.m.
Location: The Church of
the Living God, located at
3375 Garcon Point Road,
Milton.

Event Cancelled:
The Cultural
Importance of
Southern Food
The Bagdad Village
Preservation Association's
program "The Cultural
Importance of Southern Food
Ways," scheduled to be held
from 10 a.m. to noon
.Saturday, Oct. 27, at the
Bagdad Museum Complex has
been cancelled. The event was
scheduled in participation
with Santa Rosa County's
Beaches to Woodlands Tour.


The event is planned to be
rescheduled for the associa-
tion's spring membership
meeting.
"We've had a great month
with events on each Saturday,
but unfortunately this event
has to be cancelled for circum-
stances beyond our control,"
said Robyn Baker, the associa-
tion's president. "We look for-
ward to having the event in the
spring."
The Preservation
Association has hosted and
supported five Bagdad events
during'the month of October,
including programs on the
local importance of architec-
ture, the impacts of the Civil
War, a historical cemetery
tour, an "artful bowl lunch"
fundraiser, and the Bagdad
Front Porch Art Stroll.
Once a bustling lumber
village, Bagdad was once the
center of the Southeastern
lumber industry for 111 years
before the lumber mill closed
in 1939. According to histori-
ans, at one time Bagdad was
the biggest, most modern lum-
ber exporter in the western
world. Bagdad was listed on
the National Register of
Historic Places in 1987.
To find out more about
Bagdad or for more informa-
tion about the Bagdad Village
Preservation Association's
activities and events, call 981-
9117 or visit
www.BagdadVillage.org.

Veterans Day this
year is jam packed
with events!
Friday, November 9th at 7
p.m., a candlelight vigil will
be held at the Santa Rosa
County Veterans Memorial
Plaza.
Saturday, November 10th,
will be a Free Day for motor-
cyclists to enjoy our beautiful
county during this pleasant
autumn weather. Also, the
Elks Lodge 2377 will host a
steak dinner for a $15 dona-
tion.
Sunday, November llth
will be Veterans Thunder
Ride, in honor of Veterans
Day. This motorcycle parade
will begin registration at 9:00
a.m. at the Santa Rosa County
Administrative Complex park-
ing lot, and depart at 12:30
throughout Santa Rosa County
through Gulf Breeze with a
final destination of the Wall
South in Pensacola. Proceeds
after expenses will benefit
DAV Corporal Paul D. Lyon
USMC Chapter 125 and needy
veterans who are Santa Rosa
County residents.
Monday, November 12th
at 10 a.m. culminates the
Veterans Day events with the
Veterans Day Parade, which
will ,begin at Milton High
School, down Stewart,
Berryhill, and Willing Streets
ending at the SRC Veterans
Memorial Plaza. In case of
rain, the event will be held in
the Milton High Auditorium.
For further information,
please contact Ken Mabie at
981-8473.

Italian Buffet is
hosted by the
Garden Club
The ladies and gentlemen
of the Milton Garden Club
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Sunday, October 28th. 2007
between 11 a.m. and 2 p.m.
at the Garden Center on 5256
Alabama Street, Milton, FL.
The noted cooks of the
garden club will be creating
a mouth-watering menu of
Italian cuisine using fresh
herbs and ingredients for
your taste awakening experi-
ence. Menu will include
Baked Ziti & Roasted
Eggplant, Lasagna, Spaghetti
& Meat Sauce, Fettuccine
Alfredo, salad, Italian Cream
Cake and Tiramisf. Drinks
of coffee, sweet tea, un-
sweet tea and water will be
offered for the admission
price of $7 per adult and $5
for children 12 and under
while children under 3 are
FREE.
Italian music and art will
be incorporated with this
Italian Buffet. Children 12 &
under are invited to partici-
pate in the Italian Art
Coloring Contest which will
be judged by the Santa Rosa
Arts and Culture Foundation
representatives. Top winner
in each age category will
receive a monetary award in
addition to certificates and
every child who enters will
receive a ribbon of participa-
tion or placement.
The coloring pages are
online for easy download on
www.miltongardenclub.com.
A child may choose one or
more of the 3 coloring pages
made available online for
their entries into the contest.
Call Deborah at 994-7959
for details or email milton-
gardenclub@yahoo .com.
The decorations will use
the primary colors of the flag
of Italy: green, white & red.
We encourage participation.
Come dressed in the colors
of Italy, speak a little Italian,
listen to the Italian music
and prepare to'enjoy good
Italian cooking and hospital-
ity. Groups may consider
team colors and make this a
colorful and fun event!
Each Circle has prepared
a raffle basket of interesting
items befitting an Italian
theme. Everything from
gourmet foods to drinks and
general products of Italy will
certainly entice you at their
great value. Each basket will
be worth so much more than
the, price of the ticket.
By tradition, this would
not be a Milton Garden Club
eating event without our
overwhelming number of
door prizes being generously
given away every few min-
utes! Stay and enjoy the
atmosphere. You may be one
of the many lucky ones to
take home more than you
spent for your meal. Each
admission ticket gets an
automatic entry for door
prizes.
Also by popular demand,
the Milton Garden Club will
make available their usual
potted plants, herbs and
hanging baskets for sale at
below market prices.
Come & enjoy the fabulous
taste of Italian Cuisine, -gra-
cious hospitality, Italian music,
children's art contest and popu-
lar plant sale. Only we can do it
Garden Club Style!


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NOTICE OF INTENT TO ADOPT A COUNTY RESOLUTION
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN of the intent of the Board of County Commissioners of Santa
Rosa County, Florida (BOCC) to hold the second of two public hearings at the County
Administrative Center, 6495 Caroline Street, Milton, Florida on Thursday, November 8, 2007,
at 9:30 a.m. in the Commission meeting room to consider adoption of the following Resolution:

A RESOLUTION OF THE BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS OF SANTA
ROSA COUNTY, FLORIDA, DESIGNATING BELL RIDGE PHASE I AND II AND
MAGNOLIA CROSSING PHASE I AS BROWNFIELD REDEVELOPMENT AREAS
WITHIN SANTA ROSA COUNTY FOR THE PURPOSE OF ECONOMIC DEVEL-
OPEMNT AND AUTHORIZING SANTA ROSA COUNTY ACTION TO NOTIFY THE
DEPARTMENT OF PROTECTION OF SAID DESIGNATION.

The purpose of this hearing is to receive public comments regarding the proposed designation
of ( 3 sites/Bell Ridge Phase I and II and Magnolia Crossing Phase 1) parcels as a Brownfield
area as required by Florida Statute, Section 376.80, for the purpose of economic development
and environmental rehabilitation. All interested parties may appear at the public hearing and be
heard regarding the proposed Resolution. A draft of the Resolution is available for public review
at the Santa Rosa County Community Planning, Zoning and Development office at 6051 Old
Bagdad Road, Suite 201, Milton, Florida.

Note: Any person who decides to appeal any decision made with respect to any matter consid-
ered at the public hearing will need a record of the proceedings of the meeting. Since the Board
of County Commissioners does not make verbatim records of its meeting, such person may
need to independently secure a record, which should include the testimony or evidence on
which the appeal is to be based. In accordance with the Americans with Disabilities Act, per-
sons needing a special accommodation or interpreter to participate in the public hearing should
contact Laurie Schulze, Administrative Assistant to the Planning and Zoning Director at (850).
981-7075 at least seven days prior to the date of hearing. R


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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, November 8, 2007 at 6:00 p.m.

Board of County Commissioners (to consider adoption of the ordi-
nance):

Thursday, November 29, 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 hearing, the Board of County Commissioners
shall consider adoption of ordinances entitled as follows:

Ordinance No. 1:

AN ORDINANCE RELATING TO SANTA ROSA COUNTY,
FLORIDA; AMENDING ORDINANCE 2003-25; ADDING THE
PUBLIC SCHOOL FACILITIES ELEMENT TO THE SANTA ROSA
COUNTY COMPREHENSIVE PLAN; ADDING GOAL 12.1,
OBJECTIVES 12.1.A THROUGH 12.1.1, AND POLICIES 12.1.A.1
THROUGH 12.1.A.3, POLICIES 12.1.B.1 THROUGH 12.1.B.7,
POLICY 12.1.C.1, POLICIES 12.1.D.1 AND 12.1.D.2, POLICY
12.1.E.1, POLICIES 12.1.F.1 THROUGH 12.1.F.3, POLICIES
12.1.G.1 THROUGH 12.1.G.5, POLICIES 12.1.H.1 THROUGH
12.1.H.3 AND POLICY 12.1.1.1; AMENDING THE CAPITAL
IMPROVEMENTS ELEMENT OF THE SANTA ROSA COUNTY
COMPREHENSIVE PLAN; ADDING GOAL 10.2, OBJECTIVE
10.2.A AND POLICIES 10.2.A.1 THOUGH 10.2.A.6 TO IMPLE-
MENT SCHOOL CONCURRENCY; AMENDING THE INTERGOV-
ERNMENTAL COORDINATION ELEMENT OF THE SANTA ROSA
COUNTY COMPREHENSIVE PLAN; ADDING GOAL 11.2,
OBJECTIVES 11.2.A AND 11.2.B, AND POLICIES 11.2.1.A,
11.2.B.1 AND 11.2.B.2 TO INCORPORATE THE SCHOOL INTER-
LOCAL AGREEMENT; AND PROVIDING FOR AN EFFECTIVE
DATE

Ordinance No. 2:

AN ORDINANCE RELATING TO SANTA ROSA COUNTY, FLORI-
DA; 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 DEVELOPMENT CODE AS
DEPICTED IN THE ATTACHED MAPS; TRANSMITTING TO THE
DEPARTMENT OF COMMUNITY AFFAIRS PROPOSED AMEND-
MENTS TO THE FUTURE LAND USE MAP OF THE SANTA
ROSA COUNTY COMPREHENSIVE PLAN AS DEPICTED IN THE
ATTACHED MAPS; PROVIDING FOR SEVERABILITY; PROVID-
ING FOR CODIFICATION; AND PROVIDING FOR AN EFFECTIVE
DATE.

Zoning District Amended: from AG (Agriculture District) to RR1
(Rural Residential District) - total approximately 9.65 (+/-) acres.


Zoning District Amended: from R2 (Medium Density Residential
District) to R3 (Medium High Density Residential District) - total
approximately 16 (+/-) acres.









The following proposed map amendments will be considered for inclu-
sion and transmittal to the Department of Community Affairs as part of
the first of two (1 of 2) amendment packages allowed by Florida
Statutes in Calendar Year 2008 (08-1).

Zoning District Amended: from' R1M (Mixed Residential Subdivision
District) to HCD (Highway Commercial District)
Future Land Use Designation Amended: from Single Family
Residential to Commercial - approximately .316 acres.


Zoning District Amended: from AG (Agriculture District) to R3 (Medium
High Density Residential District)
Future Land Use Designation Amended: from Agriculture to Residential
- approximately 23.85 acres.


Zoning District Amended: from Ag (Agriculture District) to HCD
(Highway Commercial District)
Future Land Use Designation Amended: from Agriculture to
Commercial - approximately 4.0 acres.


Zoning District Amended: from Ag (Agriculture District) to HCD
(Highway Commercial District)
Future Land Use Designation Amended: from Agriculture to
Commercial - approximately 2.41 acres.


Zoning District Amended: from AG (Agriculture District) and M1
(Restricted Industrial District) to HCD (Highway Commercial District).
Future Land Use Designation Amended: from Agriculture and
Industrial to HCD (Highway Commercial District) - approximately
14.15 acres.


Zoning District Amended: from R1M (Mixed Residential Subdivision
District) to HCD (Highway Commercial District)
Future Land Use Designation Amended: from Single Family
Residential to Commercial - approximately 1 acre.


Zoning District Amended: No Change
Future Land Use Designation Amended: from Agriculture to Industrial
- approximately 121.57 acres.


Zoning District Amended: from AG (Agriculture District) to P2 (Active
Park District)
Future Land Use Designation Amended: from Agriculture to
Conservation/Recreation - approximately 230.10 acres.

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The proposed ordinances and maps may be inspected by the public
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 decision 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 appeal-
ing exists and for such purpose they will need to insure that a verba-
tim 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
/n, " -.-* and will make reasonable modifications for access to this meeting
upon request. Please call Santa Rosa County Planning, Zoning and
S. " I' Development Division at (850) 981-7075 to make a request. For
Hearing-Impaired, 1-800-955-8770 (Voice). Requests must be
S.. received at least 48 hours in advance of the meeting in order to pro-
.- -- vide the requested service.


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Tuffy to be special guest at Pumpkinfest Saturday


Tuffy, a Real American
Quarter Horse Hero, will be
a guest during Mae Edwards
Memorial United Methodist
Church's 2nd Annual
Pumpkinfest on Saturday,
October 27, from 10 a.m. to
3 p.m. The church is located
at 5052 Mulat Road.
Pumpkinfest is sponsored by
the church's Children/Youth
Ministry and admission is
free.
Tuffy has reached more
than 10,500 children and
adults since he began school
at East Milton Elementary in
August 2004. Through the
Santa Rosa Education
Foundation, Tuffy visits
schools and other events to

spread the understanding of
the federal and state mandated
character education program,
No Child Left Behind. A
place that would be fun and
also memorable was needed.
Santa Rosa County edu-
cators enlisted the help of
Tuffy to assist with this
endeavor. Tuffy's motto is
"Perseverance Produces
Character, and Character,
Hope."
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with Tuffy, other events will
include a concert by the
Pensacola Youth Steel
Orchestra from 11 a.m. to 1
p.m.; a cake walk; sand art;
music water shakers; pumpkin
bingo; pumpkin decorating;
pumpkin pottery; pumpkin
jewelry; and pumpkin sack
races. And, it's all free.
There will also be a vari-
ety of food and sweets to
choose from at a nominal
charge. Those will include:


Chili Dinners and Hot Dog or
Hamburger Dinners - $5
adults, $3 children; chips;
cupcakes; hot apple cider; and
hot chocolate.
To reach Mae Edwards
Church, take Cyanamid Road,
off Avalon Boulevard, to
Mulat Road (at the light) and
turn left and proceed south 1.7
miles. The church will be on
your right after you cross the
second railroad tracks.
Plan now to attend this


family oriented event, listen to
the music, have something to
eat, let the children enjoy fun
and games - all while lending
your support to the youth min-
istry at Mae Edwards.
For more information,
contact Pastor Byrd Mapoles
or Paula Lou Mapoles,
Children/Youth Ministry
Director, at 850-626-9567.


Parenting Series continues at 1st UMC in Milton


As part of our "Parenting
Series" at First United
Methodist Church of Milton,
Sthe public is invited to attend
Under Construction:
Building Better Readers to be
*held Sunday, October 28, at
9:45 a.m., in the church fel-
lowship hall (directly behind
the sanctuary). This series is a
community service offered by
First United Methodist of
Milton, with no registration
necessary.


Karen Hefty and Jane
Seevers, reading teachers in
Santa Rosa School System
will be leading the October 28
session. FUMC is fortunate to
be able to offer these leaders,
both of whom hold Master's
Degrees in Reading
Specializations. They enjoy
everything about the reading
process and want to share it
with you.
Specialists Karen Hefty
and Jane Seevers exhibit their


enthusiasm for reading with
the following thoughts.
"Motivating your child to read
can be a fun and rewarding
experience. Come discover
ways to raise a reader and get
the most of family reading
time. Find ways to guide your
child to succeed in reading or
simply build more enjoyment
into reading time by using
methods such as 'acting out
the story with different voices,
sound effects and gestures'.


Give your child an advantage
in learning to read or build
higher order reading skills by
using simple ideas at
home... And until then, keep
on reading!"
Guests are welcome at
First United Methodist
Church, 6830 Berryhill Street,
Milton, Florida (at the corner
of Berryhill, Broad and
Willing Streets). For more
information call: 850-623-
6683.


Other happenings in our community - check them out!


Homecoming Day
The Ard Field Church of
Christ will be having their
Homecoming Day with dinner
following the morning service
at 10 a.m. on Sunday, October
28th. Everyone is welcome!
Fall Fun
Bagdad UMC will have
Fall Fun on Saturday, Oct. 27
from 5 to 7 p.m. Events
planned are a Chili Cook Off
Contest - prizes will be
awarded for different cate-
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(bring your own pumpkin),
and Trunk or Treat. Bagdad
UMC is located at 4540
Forsyth Street in Bagdad. For
more information, contact the
church office at 626-1948.
Escape Halloween
Escape Church will spon-
sor an event Escape
Halloween at 5433 Moonlight
Drive in Milton. There will be
a live band, free food, games,
relay races, a bouncy house
and candy. Everyone is invited


to attend this Halloween
Escape tonight, Wednesday,
October 31 from 6 to 8 p.m.
Admission is free! For more
information, call 850/384-
2629.
Donate your old cell
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Living Truth Church will
host "No Tricks, Just Treats"
as a Halloween alternative on
Wednesday, October 31,
2007, from 6 to 8 p.m. The
event will take place at the
track/pavilion area across
from S.S. Dixon Primary
School on Highway 90 in
Pace. The community is invit-
ed to "No Tricks, Just Treats",
which will feature a "trunk or
treat" set up around the track.
There will be games, lots of
candy and prizes, a hay ride,

lowed by the 11 a.m. Worship
service. Dinner will follow
and everyone is invited! For


moonwalk, and hot dogs and
sodas for sale to help offset
the cost of youth camp this
summer.
Children are encouraged
to dress up as their favorite
friendly character and join us
for the fun!!
For additional informa-
tion on "No Tricks, Just
Treats", contact the church
office at 994-7698 or via
email at
sec @ LivingTruthChurch.com


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Oaks at 983-0509.


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Dear Pastor Gallups, "What 'sayings' in the Bible do
you find the most disturbing or the toughest to deal with?"
L.D. of Pensacola
Dear L.D., That's easy. I thinkthe sayings of Jesus are
the most disturbing passages in the Bible. Let me explain.
Get a Bible with the "red letter" edition. These are all the
words of Jesus in red. Read them with an open heart. Listen
to what He really has to say. Yes, many of His words are
comforting, but most are challenging to the core of our mind
and soul! Jesus says that I will have to account for every idle
and unkind word I ever said. He said that if I make the least
of His followers stumble in their faith, it would be better for
me to have a millstone tied around my neck and to be thrown
in the sea. Jesus said that it isn't the way that I impress oth-
ers, but it's the way I am on the inside that counts.
Jesus said that I have to make Him the highest priority
in my life, higher than career advancement or higher than my
family. He said that I must be willing to follow Him any-
where and everywhere that He clearly calls me to go. He said
that If I deny Him, He would deny me. I have to rest my
entire life on His shed blood and empty tomb, or I will lose
my very soul. He said without being "born again" that I
would spend eternity in Hell.
Jesus said that the way I forgive others is the way that
He will forgive me. That sure sheds a different light on the
old adage "Of course, I forgive you, but there are some
things I just can't forget!"
Of course, Jesus said many comforting, consoling and
peaceful things as well, but that isn't what your question is.
I have done this kind of 'tongue in cheek' to get the readers
to THINK.
Living for Jesus is not just some 'Sunday thing' or a
'cultural expectation' in the Bible Belt. It is a lifetime, life-
long - from the depths of one's soul...COMMITMENT. And
the Bible is not just a collection of pretty words or comfort-
ing 'sayings' but rather it is the living Word of God -
designed to lead us to eternal life through Jesus Christ. I pray
that you have that life!
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 Senminary. He has been pastor of HHBC since 1987. He serves as an International Youth
Evangelist lfor te 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
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On October 26.2007, Milton High School will celebrate Homecoming. Many activities are planned at Milton High School lor the week of Homecoming. There are many club and class competitions. The class
spirit competitions. penny wars and skit competitions are just a few of the many activities planned for that week. On Tuesday. October 23rd., an event called Escapades will be in the Gym at 6:30pni. Homecoming
assembly will be on Thuirsday, October 25th. at 8:15am in the gym. On Friday Homecoming Day., at 8: 15am. the Homccoming pep rally will showcase the winning class skits and crown the Big Panther on Campus.
The Parade will begin at King Middle School at 12:50p.m. It will travel south on Stewart Street, turn onto Sanders Street., then turn onto Byrom Street. then proceed to Raymond Hobbs Street, and then back to Stewart
Street lastly it will then turn onto Park Avenue and end in the South Parking lot of Milton High School. Pre-game Activities begin at 7:00(pm. At this time. there will be an introduction of the 2007 Homecoming
Candidates and class Representatives. During Hall-time. Natalic Holler last year's 2006 Honmecoming Queen will crown the 2007 Homecoming Queen. The student acting as host for this occasion is our Emcee, Miss
Caitlin Drinkard. Please make plans to come and join LIS as we celebrate "Homecoming 2007" at Milton High School.


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Homecoming Assembly - Oct. 25 at 8:15 a.n.

Homecoming Pep Rally - Oct. 26 at 8:15 a.m.

Homecoming Parade - Oct. 26 at 12:50 p.m.

Pregame Activities - Oct. 26 at 7 p.m.


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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, will celebrate the his-
torical heritage of Santa
Rosa County through pho-
tos, old and new, that show
how some of our most cher-
ished 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


The parking lot on the corner of Caroline Street and Willing Street, next to the Imogene Theater, was once the site of the First National Bank. Built in 1911, it fell vic-
tim to a fire on July 23, 1968, and could not be saved. The building included eight offices, a barbershop, and two storefronts, one of which was used as a caf6. On
the day of the fire the noble efforts of volunteer firemen from Milton, East Milton, Bagdad, Pace, Skyline, Jay, and Whiting Field were enlisted to hold back the flames
for five hours, but to no avail. The clock stopped at 9:53 a.m. and a heavy rain at 2 o'clock did very little to stop the fire. However, it did wet the roofs of neighbor-
ing buildings enough to prevent a repeat of the 1909 fire, which destroyed a large portion of the city.
Special thanks to Laurie Green and the Historical Society for the photo and the story.


Pictured on the left is Kiwanis Club of Santa Rosa Sunrise President Lena Attaway passing the
gavel to their new President, Darrell Greer. On October 1, Greer became the 25th President
of the Kiwanis Club of Santa Rosa Sunrise. Also, on that date, the club celebrated its 25th birth-
day. It was chartered on October 1, 1982. The club's service helps make our world a better
place to live. Our commitment to the community is making a difference in the lives of children
in the world and the country. Awards were presented to members of the club. Jim Martin
received the Guest Speaker award, John Ducker received an award for his work behind the
scene keeping the club in good standing with the required documents. The high light of the
evening was the presentation of the Legion of Honor Award for 25 years of service to the fol-
lowing charter members: Paul Fitzgerald, Kenne Gatlin, Bill Timmons, Walt Reese, and Paul
Stelzner. Jim Ford was presented with 40 year Legion of Honor Award. This past year, the club
provided 1,119.5 hours to community service; provided 390 hours to Youth Services; provid-
ed 737 hours to Human and Spiritual Value, and 96 hours to Young Children Priority One.




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The VA is expanding the


benefits for former POW's


VA is once again reaching
out to former prisoners of war.
VA has expanded benefits to all
former POWs with strokes and
certain common heart diseases
in addition to over a dozen other
diseases already covered. There
may also be benefits for the sur-
viving spouse. VA estimates
over 25,000 former POWs are
alive today and VA wants to
contact them to ensure they are
receiving all benefits they are


entitled to receive.
Since many of these POW
veterans have "service num-
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it is difficult for VA to track
down those who have not been
in contact with VA in recent
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or a Service Officer.
POWs detained for 30 days
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Beef '0' Brady's located at
4275 Woodbine Road in
Pace continue to add new
selections to their menu and
to upgrade the restaurant
environment to include a
more enjoyable and produc-
tive place to revel in local
and national sports events.
Although still somewhat
new in the community by
longevity standards (they
opened just this past
Memorial Day), Beef '0'
Brady's has already become
a neighborhood tradition. In
fact, rarely has a place like it
reached such a level of pop-
ularity so quickly. Could it
be those famous, Buffalo-
style chicken wings and
bulky, half-pound, 100 %
USDA graded burgers that
have become the talk of the
town?
Yes, and no. Even
though these are important,
other dynamite sandwiches,
wraps, appetizers and
starters, baskets, and vari-
eties of heartwarming soups
and salads which they serve
also have to share the blame.
But it's more than any one
factor or group that makes it
so popular. Beef '0' Brady's
is simply a wonderful place
to relax, enjoy sports, and
eat the kind of food that
makes you feel good.
Add to all the good
food, 37 television sets (two
of which are 65" high defi-
nition models), and you get
closer to the real reason
Beef 'O' Brady's is catching


on like wildfire in Pace and
beyond! You aren't always
having to look over some-
one's shoulder or around a
group to get a close up view
of what's on the screen.
These material things are
all well and good, to be
sure, but it takes the human
element to bring them all
together and make them rel-
evant. That's where John
and Carol's expertise
becomes part of the equa-
tion. They are young,
vibrant, energetic, and con-
nected in spirit to their peers
and the sports crowd that
enjoys the extras which the
owners always seem to
anticipate will make their
customers happy.
They're a part of the
community. John is a gradu-
ate of Chumuckla High
School, and Carol has been
living in the area for almost
a decade now. The couple
has a three year old son, J.
D., whom you might see
whenever you visit the
restaurant. Although J.D. is
not always there in person,
his photograph has a promi-
nent presence on the north
wall and stands out even
among the vast assortment
of sports memorabilia from
area schools. You can't miss
it!
John and Carol say
they're still excited about
bringing their very own fam-
ily sports pub to Pace and
Santa Rosa County. "We've
made every effort to make it
an extension of the warm
and friendly family atmos-
phere that Beef '0' Brady's
is famous for," John said.
Wing flavors include
mild, medium, hot, extra
hot, and nuclear! Or, there
are honey barbecue, garlic
butter, and teriyaki flavors,
too.
But listen up! John and
Carol have added Ribs 'N'
More! What do you think of
a half rack of baby back ribs
and your choice of their


famous Buffalo-style chick-
en wings, 3 crispy breaded
chicken tenders or a half
pound of bite-sized fried
shrimp. It's one of a number
of combos that's affordably
priced and more than
enough to satisfy any manly
appetite. You can get a full
rack, a half rack or a half
rack combo with buffalo
wings, chicken tenders or
fried shrimp. You make the
call.
Their wraps, baskets,
and signature sandwiches
are all out of this world, too.
The Philly Cheesesteak and
the Hot and Pressed Cuban
are specialties.
They have a hot new
desert list, including selec-
-tions not on the basic menu
that will knock your socks
off. For instance, there's
Key Lime Pie, New York
Style Cheesecake,
Strawberry Cheesecake, a
brownie ice cream pie that is
built with chocolate ice
cream, chocolate brownie,
vanilla ice cream, topped off
with chocolate syrup and
nuts. There's also a banana
split ice cream pie that fea-
tures the conventional three
flavors of ice cream and
bananas.
Inside the restaurant cus-
tomers will find video
games to entice young and
old alike, and with all the
TV screens, customers will
enjoy NTN-Buzztime Trivia
as well as Direct TV pack-
ages such as MLB Extra
Innings, NFL-Sunday
Ticket, and ESPN Game
Plan.
And Monday Nigh
Football is .still king! Happy
Hour begins at 3 p.m.
Monday through Friday, but
to celebrate Monday Night
Football, Happy Hours is
extended until closing on
Monday.
In addition to the con-
ventional beverages like
fountain drinks, iced.tea,
and coffee, they serve draft


The prevailing atmosphere at Beef '0' Brady's located at 4275 Woodbine Road in Pace is one
of laid-back relaxation and the very best food available anywhere in the country! Visit them
and see for yourself why it's billed as a family oriented establishment where there's something
for everyone. Come by and eat. You won't know what you're missing until you do! (Photo by
Obie Crain.)


and bottled beer, including
Budweiser, Icehouse, and
Miller, among a host of oth-
ers. Wine is also available
including selections from
Woodbridge by Robert
Mondavi.
Beef '0' Brady's heavily
supports the sports programs
of all area high schools and
sponsors all three football
programs in the area. They
also sponsor many of the
minor sports teams like the
Girls Cross Country and
Girls Basketball.
It's convenient for those
who want to watch five
games at a time to do it
here, Carol said. "We have
the facilities, and it sure
beats channel surfing at
home! If it's a pay-for-view
game, we're pretty much
going to have it here, too."
The restaurant is also now a


"hot spot" where those who
wish to bring their comput-
ers are welcome to do so.
And in keeping with,
customers' convenience,
Beef '0' Brady's is open
daily from 11 a.m. to 11
p.m. except Sundays when
the hours are from 11 a.m.
to 10 p.m.
To go orders and party
trays are available also. On
your way home call ahead,
and your order will be ready
for you to pick up when you
drive by. Call-in orders can
be placed to 994-2723, and
all menu items are available
for take out. And don't for-
get, Beef '0' Brady's has
gift cards that will make
gift-giving a cinch!
Established in Brandon,
Florida in 1985, Beef '0'
Brady's is truly in a league
of its own. It was back then


that Jim Mellody dreamed
up the idea of a neighbor-
hood pub where friends and
family could gather to enjoy
good food and sports in a
comfortable friendly atmos-
phere.
Carol and John's fran-
chise is a fine example of
Mellody's original "neigh-
borhood pub" philosophy.
With its emphasis on local
sports activities in area
schools, it's very easy to
understand why parents and
adults are as eager as their
children to get involved in
such programs.
It's an outstanding envi-
ronment for the whole, fami-
ly with something for every-
one. You will be impressed
with the food, service, and
laid-back ambience. Drop
by!


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October 24, 2007

Section B


An eye on the prize




17Area coaches want players to take it one game at a time


By BILL GAMBLING
sports @ srpressgazette.com
The end of the regular sea-
son is at hand and while some
teams have secured their post-
season berths, nothing can be
taken for granted just yet.
Friday will mark an inter-
esting trio of game with one
team having to rebound for yet
two more games within the
next week.
Jay (5-1), who had their
home game against Port St.
Joe cancelled due to a threat-
ening tropical depression on
Sept. 21, will host
Wewahitchka on Friday at 7
p.m.
Then they will make the
game up against the Sharks of
Port St. Joe on Tuesday at 4
p.m.
Then on Friday they will
close out their regular district
on Friday against Franklin.


But Bell will tell you the
goal at hand is Wewahitchka.
"We have to get ready for
We wa,"
said Bell, " .
whose e
Royals are ,
4-0 in .
District 1- '
A and are
tied with
Port St.
Joe at 4-0.
"We have
to take
care of Bell
business in
that game first.
Wewahitchka is currently
2-5 on the year with wins over
South Walton 25-7. and
Franklin County 28-0, but
their last game was a 41-0 loss
to Sneads.
Bell knows the first thing
is to focus on the game head


and take it one game at a time.
"As long as we are win-
ning we still control our own
destiny," said Belle. "We have
to continue what we are doing
because we cannot afford a
slip up against Wewa.
Last season the Royals
lost to Wewahitchka on the
road 19-14 and the year before
they suffered a 26-10 loss at
home.
This is the last time Jay
has started a season 5-1 since
2004 when they finished out
the season5-3 after closing out
the year with losses at Baker
and Milton.
Bell is still in charge, but
he is allowing his assistants do
take more charge of the game
each week.
I am glad it has worked
out for us," said Bell. "This is
something we have never
done before, but the coaches


have a vested interest in the
program and they get paid to
coach and that is what they
wanted to do."
While Jay is getting ready
for the long week ahead start-
ing this Friday, the same can
be said for the Panthers at


Milton.
After
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Aggies to se
advance as the d
up before Mon


game against Navarre on Nov.
5.
"I am hoping the timing of
the open week is something
we can utilize and take advan-
tage of," said Milton Head
Coach Mike McMillion. "The
records and how they did the
week before is non-conse-
quential, Crestview is going to
come in here ready to play.
Crestview (3-3) will arrive
in. Milton coming of a 17-0
loss to Ft. Walton Beach as
both team were vying for the
lead in the District 2-4A stand-
ings.


S"We followed our normal
routine last week," said
McMillion. "And I hope the
week off allowed us some
time to heal up. Starting this
McMillion Friday we have quite a gaunt-
ce who will let head of us and there are
district runner- teams we have to beat if we
iday's makeup want the season to continue.


"Crestview will come here
ready to .
play and
e very
game is
a I wa y s
physical."
Milton
defeated
Crestview
last season
on the road
by a score
of 7-6. Lindsey
The
last time the Bulldogs defeat-
ed Milton was in Crestview in
2002 by a score of 21-13.
The must win for Milton
will come the following week
as they host the Tate Aggies on
Nov. 2.
McMillion and the gaunt-
let he referred to will continue
on Nov. 5 when they make up
See FRIDAY Page 2B


Jay overturns



Libertyl2-10


Florida Freedom Newspapers
BRISTOL -- Liberty
County committed seven
turnovers Friday night and
was dealt a severe blow to its
hopes of defending its District
1-lA football title in a 21-10
loss to visiting Jay.
The Bulldogs (5-2, 3-2)
limited the Royals to 199 total
yards and had 314 yards pass-
ing by quarterback Ridge
Read. They trailed 7-0 at half-
time, however, and an 80-yard
interception return by Chris
Carringan made it 13-0 early
in the third quarter. Jay had
four interceptions and Liberty
County lost three fumbles.
"The turnovers were a big
key for us," said Jay Head
Coach Elijah Bell. "So far this
season we have done a pretty
good job of taking care of the
football, while forcing the
other teams to make some
mistakes."
The Bulldogs rallied when
Read passed 55 yards to
Leonard DuBuisson, then
found Terrance Evans with a
conversion pass. Read was 24


of 45 passing and DuBuisson
caught 11 passes for 191
yards.
Jay quarterback Brandt
Hendricks rallied his team
with a 6-yard scoring run with
two minutes left in the third
quarter and connected with
Hunter Boutwell for a conver-
sion to make it 21-8.
The Royals took a safety
rather than punt out of their
end zone with one minute
remaining for the final tally.
Kevin McCray rushed six
times for 26 yards to lead the
Bulldogs. Brandt Hendricks
paced the Royals with 21 car-
ries for 65 yards and Rush
Hendricks had 19 carries for
63 yards.
The Royals (5-1, 4-0)
have a busy week ahead of
them as they prepare to host
Wewahitchka on Friday in a
district tile, before playing a
make-up game on Tuesday
against Port St. Joe Sharks at
4 p.m.
Currently the Royals and
'Sharks are tied in the district
at 4-0.


(Above) Carl Matroni signals a touchdown as the Pace Patriots score in route to a 51-28 final and their second district title in three
years. (Below) Riley Hawkins gets behind the secondary and turns on his speed after catching a pass from Aaron Munoz.
Press Gazette photos by Tim Bettis


Patriots win




district title


By TIM BETTIS
PG Sports Correspondent
Tate High hosted an action
packed district game Friday
against the undefeated Pace
Patriots. Pace continued their
unwavering strategy of kick
butt and take names taking
their second district title in
three years with an incredible
51-28 victory over the Aggies.
Tate took the opening
kickoff and seemed to be very
much in control moving the
ball solidly from their 20 to
the Patriots 33, but the defense
came through and held the
Aggies in check. Three con-
secutive incomplete pass
attempts left the Aggies in a
tough position at fourth down
and ten to go. They opted for a
field goal attempt and the ball
was sent wide turning the ball
over.


Pace's offense took the
energy from their defense and
hit the field on fire. They
moved the ball from their 20
into the end zone in only 11
plays taking full advantage of
the talents of Airi Johnson,
Alex Tamriz, Seth Fricks and
Vinny Orlando. Orlando took
the hand-off on a second and
goal and powered his way
through for the touchdown
putting the Patrioits on the
board first and with a quick
kick, the score was 7-0, Pace.
The Aggies would again
take a kickoff only this time
with not as much luck as the
first go-'round. A rush play
was shut down at the line on
first and the next two plays
were incomplete passes with
Pace's defense all over the
place. Fourth down brought
See PACE Page 2B


By BILL GAMBLING
sports @ srpressgazette.com
Covenant Hospice will
have a fundraiser this
Saturday with the main focus
one of the oldest extreme
sports known to man - bull
riding.
Blue Jeans & BBQ will
offer a festival with food and
entertainment for the whole
family at the Hayes Ranch on
Berryhill Road, out side of
Pace.
This event was planned to
originally be held back in July,
but had to be rescheduled due
to rain on the original date
planned.
Some of the entertainment
includes a Kiddie Korral with
children's games and activi-
ties, with the highlight of the
festival will be a bull riding
competition, which begins at
7:00 p.m.
Proceeds from the event
will benefit Covenant
Hospice, allowing the not-for-


profit organization to continue
to provide compassionate care
to terminally ill patients and
their families.
Previously Covenant
Hospice held a huge yard sale
to help raise funds for their
services involving volunteer
care, bereavement services,
and children support.
"We lost our lease on the
building where we held our
annual garage sale," said Don
Ruth, public relations manag-
er for Covenant Hospice.
"Since we have not been able
to find a building to relocate
the sale and a place to store
our items we are doing small-
er functions to help raise
monies for our smaller pro-
grams.
"We receive some monies
to help defer our costs with
insurance and Medicare, but it
doesn't assist with all of the
programs we offer."
Ruth noted that Phillip
See BULLS Page 2B


Time to cowboy up


for a positive cause












Wednesday-October 24, 2007.,


Page 2-I B Santa Rosa's Press Gazette


Sports


Sports


Poker Safari
2007: The Zoo of
Northwest Florida is
holding a Poker
Safari 2007 on Oct.
26th.
This is a night of
Texas Hold'em,
Black Jack, single
table games, raffles,
and a silent auction
all in one night to
help raise money for
the Zoo of Northwest
Florida.
Also participating
will be area pro poker
player Brandon
Adams.
The Poker Safari
2007 will be held at
MySpayce located at
214 East Garden
Street in Pensacola.
For more informa-
tion on this event
visit their website,
www.holdemonthe-
highway.com or you
can call 685-1487 for
details or to make
your reservation.
Milton Skate
Park: The Milton
Skate Park will be
closed temporarily
for maintenance and
landscaping upkeep
through Nov. 19.
Cowpatty Bingo:
The Milton Softball
Booster Club will be
selling tickets until
Oct. 31 for their
Cov, bat)1 Bingo.
For more informa-
tion or to purchase
tickets call 982-9785.
Riding for
Smiles: The Santa
Rosa Counseling
Center will be spon-
soring Riding For
Smiles on Oct. 27.


The purpose of
this ride is to help
needy children in
Santa Rosa County
with dental care and
hygiene.
Registration will
begin at 8:30 a.m. in
the Home Depot park-
ing lot and the ride
will get underway
around 10:30 a.m.
Registration for
each bike is $20, and
the first 100 bikes
registered will
receive a free pin.
For more informa-
tion or to register call
324-7755.
Tim Howard
Memorial Softball
Tourney: Teams are
beign sought to play
inthe Tim Howard
Memorial Softball
Tournament on Oct.
27.
This tournament is
open to church, co-
ed, and open teams as
a benefit for Tim
Howard, who sud-
dently passed last
month and left behind
a Wife and six chil-
dren.
The tournament
will follow ASA rules
and have a three
home run limit.
For more informa-
tion call 777-0351.
5K Running the
Trail for Eduation:
The Milton Rotary
Club will be holding
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
presented for the 5K
run in various age
divisions. The 5K
walk will present
awards to first, sec-
ond, and third place.
Door prizes will
also be awarded, but
participants must be
present to win those.
For more informa-
tion and registration
fees please call 565-
7923 or e-mail ppol-
lard4078@theups-
store.com
"Let's Talk
Turkey" Bowl-A-
Thon for
Education: The
Santa Rosa
E d u c a t i o n
Fondation's fourth
annual "Let's Talk
Turkey" Bowl-A-
Thon for Education
will be held at Oops
Allen on Nov. 15.
This bowling
fundraiser will run
from 5 p.m. to 9 p.m.
Money raised will
directly support
Santa Rosa
E d u c a t i o n
Foundation Teacher
Grants and Take
Stock in Children.
Minimum entry
fees are $300 for a
six member team and
$400 for an eight
member team.
Prizes will be '
awarded for raising
the most money,
frame bowl chal-
lenges and first, sec-
ond, and third place.
Each member of
the last place team
will take home a


frozen turkey!
Lane sponsors will
have their business
name and information
displayed on a lane
banner.
Visit the SREF
website, www.san-
tarosa.kl2.fl.us/sref
to downlaod an entry
form or call 983-5043
for more information.
Hurricane Junior
Golf Tour: The
Hurricane Junior Golf
Tour will be holding a
tournament January
5-6 at the Moors in
Milton.
This tournament is
for boys and gilrs
between the ages of
12-18 and is a
nationally 'ranked
junior golf event.
The Hurricane
Junior Golf Tour is
offering free mem-
berships and is
designed to conduct
nationally ranked
tournaments on
courses throughout
Florida, Georgia,
South Carolina, and
Alabama.
For more informa-
tion or to register for
the tournament visit
their website at
www.hjgt.org.
More activities
can be found at
www.srpressgazette.
com. Look for the
box called 'Things to
Do'.
There you can
check on activities
by zip code or activ-
ity. And you are also
more than welcome
to enter your events
there as well.


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Friday

Continued From Page One
their contest against Navarre
and Nov. 9 when they visit
Pine Forest.
Pace, who clinched the
District 1-4A title last week
has the daunting task of stay-
ing focused as they close out
their regular season at home.
The Patriots will host
LeFlore at home on Friday at
7:30 p.m. and then close out
the regular season on Nov. 9.
Between these two regu-
larly scheduled games will be
Pace and Crestview making
up their game on Nov. 5 after
he had to be postponed due to
a tropical storm threatening
the area.
"We have to still keep try-
ing and working on ways to
improve," said Lindsey, who
has led the Pace Patriots to
two district titles in the past
three seasons. "We need to
keep working hard because
we cannot afford to lose any
momentum going into the
post season and playoffs."
But for Pace (7-0) this is a
rather unique situation.
"This is really unusual by


clinching the district so
early," said Lindsey. "We
have to stay focused and try
not to look ahead to any one
game.
"You can't work that way,
you can only control the day
given to you and that is the
key."
Lindsey's one game at a
time attitude is something his
players have embraced as
their last regular season loss
came against Mosley on Oct.
6, and the Patriots have lost
three regular season games in
the past three years.
Pace has clinched the dis-
trict, but Lindsey is not wor-
ried about who could line up
across from his Patriots in the
opening round.
"I can't afford to look for-
ward, I will leave that to the
rest of the people," said
Lindsey. "We will take what
ever happens, but first we
have to get there."
Ironically Lindsey noted
he hadn't even looked at the
brackets released by the
FHSAA in preparation for the
post season.


Ryne .Burkett (51) and James McGreevy (90) provide a big hit
Friday night against an Aggie ball carrier in Pace's 51-28 victory.
Press Gazette photo by Tim Bettis


Pace


Continued From Page One
out the punt team only to see
Pace DB Brent Jerrell block
the kick allowing Ben Giles to
come through, pick it up and
hussle it in for another Pace
touchdown. With 3:16 left in
the first quarter, the Patriots
were up 14-0.
With Tate now wide
awake, they let the next kick-
off sail into the end zone for a
touchback starting their play
at their own 20. A keeper play,
quick pass and a handoff in
the middle put the Aggies in
good field position setting the
ball on their 42. First and ten
from the 42 showed another
handoff, this time to (#34)
who broke free and blasted
his way downfield for 58
yards and Tate's first score.
With 1:40 left in the first quar-
ter, we had already seen three
touchdowns with more to fol-
low.
Pace continued to ham-


mer away and spent the
majority of the second quarter
running away with a game.
Running back Airi Johnson
and wide receiver Riley
Hawkins got their names
called plenty and lived up to
the expectations scoring two
more touchdowns. Add to that
a field goal and an extra point
and the score quickly jumped
to 30-7, Pace.
The second half showed a
more serious attitude from
Tate who took to the air with
some long pass plays and fol-
lowed with good feet ringing
up three more scores. Pace,
though, would not just give up
and go away and they three
more of their own. Hard hit-
ting and determination on both
sides made for an exciting
night of football but ultimate-
ly Pace was the victor moving
them to 7-0 and securing the
District Championship for
2007.


Bulls


Continued From Page One
Hayes, who is organizing the
bull-riding portion of the festi-
val, has been getting several
bull riders registering for
Saturday's event.
"There are several riders
who have participated in the
PBR (Professional Bull
Riders) we expect to compete
on Saturday," said Ruth.
"Some got injured and are try-
ing to work their way back,
while others are trying to earn
points to move on to the next
level."
Hayes and his HR
Bucking Bulls Company
have been involved in bring-
ing two or three bull riding
events to the area each year
to benefit local charities.
Some previous charitable
efforts have included helping
those affected by Hurricane
Katrina in Mississippi along


with other causes.
Tickets for the event are
$15 per person and children
12 and under are free.
Covenant Hospice is a
not-for-profit organization
dedicated to providing com-
prehensive, compassionate
services to patients and
loved ones during times of
life-limiting illnesses. Since
dying is part of the normal
process of life, the focus of
Covenant Hospice is to
enable our patients to live as
fully and comfortable as pos-
sible in their home or home-
like setting, to provide digni-
fied palliative care, to assist
patients' loved ones in coping
with end-of-life issues and the
eventual death of the patient,
and to improve care for all
patients at the end of their
lives by example and educa-
tion.


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1100 - Legal Advertising of Schools
1110 - Classified Notices
1120 - Public Notices/ 00607
Announcements 101707
1130-Adoptions 102407
1140 - Happy Ads 10.11094
1150- Personals Legal-10/1135
1160 - Lost
1170 - Found IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE FIRST JUDICIAL CIR-
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SROSA COUNTY, FLORIDA
JUVENILE DIVISION
4 f aaa , CASE NUMBER 98-DP-99
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Legal 10/1094 C.R. DOB: 07/10/06
NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEAR-
ING TO ADOPT REVISIONS A MINOR CHILD
TO SANTA ROSA COUNTY,
FLORIDA SCHOOL BOARD TO: CHRISTOPHER
POLICIES. MERRICKS
OICIES. I/k/a 5354 Stakley Lane
Pursuant to Chapter 120, Flor Milton, Florida 32583
i , . ., ,, i - _, la Rosa
,,11 hold a tPuaive Father of: C.R., minor
S11, i ,,, ., ider the child
S . id d deleo YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFtED
SThe u at a Pelition under oath has
October been filed in the above styled
- '007 ao ' at the Court ar the -ini.n of pa-
Rosa . School rental rights I f female
Board room , : Canal child born or -. 'i,,' day of
Street, Milton,. Florda, July, it E scarrbia
County , t .i. , y the Depart
ment oi ,'. i and Family
ta or 2 h qiint adop-
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f ore he Honorable Marci L
Goodman, tI.--- -f the Circuit
A m a hCounty, Florida, at the
Rosa county Courthouse,
Caroline Street, Milton, I1L
We Deliver & Install 32570, on the 13th day of Do-
Icember, 2007 , at 9:00 a.m.
Centipede You must either appear on the
date and at the time specified
St. Augustine or send a written response to
Bermuda the Court prior to that time.
Bailed Pine Straw YOUR FAILURE TO APPEAR
OR RESPOND SHALL BE
TREATED AS A CONSENT
Call us first, SaveTime TO TERMINATION OF PA-
call us last, Save Money RENTAL RIGHTS AND YOU
SHALL PERMANENTLY
Hwy. 87 So. Milton LOSE ALL LEGAL RIGHTS
AS A PARENT TO THE
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Clerk of ssd ourt and the Seal
thereof, this 8 day of October,
2007,
CLERK OF COURT
SANTA ROSA COUNTY, FLOR-
IDA
CIRCUIT COURT SEAL
By Lisa Taylor
Deputy Clerk
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110707
10/11135

Legal 10/1136
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
FOR SANTA ROSA
COUNTY, FLORIDA PRO-
BATE DIVISION


1104_
File No. 57-2007-CP-292
IN RE: ESTATE OF
CECIL D. ATES


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pane 32.5, of the
of Santa Rosa Co
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NOTICE TO CREDITORS sier e advis
The f.. .: the estate Chapter.-1:1
ofThe I : - I deceased utes to vacate,
ofho dat of deaticeas continue, renou
whose dateofdethwas aim any right o
us 6, 2007, is pending in the pubic in and to
ircut Court or Saa Rosascribedpropery.
County Florida, Probate Divi- p y
sion, the address of which is NOW THEREFO
6385 Caroline Street, Milton, l sd persons a
Florida 32571. The names a gen erony are d
addresses of the personal repre- pubic hearing u
senlative and the personal mentioned Petio
representative's attorney are set by the Board o
forth below inr f
All creditors of the decedent mCoun, oners ofida
and other persons having claims County, Florida,ng
or demands against decedents Santa Rosa Cou
estate on whom a coy of this ive Center loco
S ; , , i, '- rved Caroline Street,
S0tI his on the 8th day
w, i i -- i i )Fl . 3 2007 at the hoi
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dent and other persons having pie Boardof aC
claims or demands against ers with rsp
decedent's estate must file Iheir sioers wmit i rsp
claims with this court WITHIN 3 idcominj befor
MONTHS AFTER THE DATE OF sad rmeonsiniti
THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF al responsibility
THlIS NOTICE record of proceed
ALL CLAIMS NOT FILED appeal hIest I
WITHIN THE TIE TIME PERIODS J as e uaill
SET FORTH IN SECTION or a iar,,-is
733.702 OF THE FLORIDA ' I "i' inc
PROBATE CODE WILL BE FOR- nd
EVER BARRED. many and their
NOTWITHSTANDING THE whic nte eap
TIME PERIODS SET FORTH ased re tr
ABOVE ANY CLAIMS FILED heard wih resp
TWO (2) YEARS OR MORE AF- t
TER THE DECEDENT'S DATE ter,
OF DEATH IS BARRED. ,, O -
The date of first publication of ,, ,
this Notice is October 17, .
2007. 1
Attorney for Personal Represent-
ative:
James L Chase Legal 10/1 65
Attorney for JUDIA B. ATES
Florida Bar No. 304514 NOTICE OF
Chase, Quinnell & Jackson CONSIDER
P.A. ' NANCE
101 East Government Street
Pensacola, FL 32502 The reading arn
T- . I B, . (850)434-3601 the following p
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Personal Representalive: CSaount Rosa Coml
JUDLA B. ATES a os
3864 Rodello Street ruled for 9:30
Pace, Florida 32571 bar 8, 2007, ii
sioners meeting
101703 Administrative
102407 6495 Caroline
10/1136 Florida.


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NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEAR-
ING
WHEREAS, Donnie L Peebles,
has petitioned to vacate, aban-
don, discontinue and renounce
S ;r.-rest and right of the
,i and to the following
i ,I 1 property to wit:
The portion of Colleae Street
which lies between lof 5 Block
H and Lot 1, Block G in the Flor-
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unty, Florida.
,, a lime and
established for a
fr the Board of
sioners to con-
ibility of exer-
;pursuant to
- general stat-
abandon, dis-
nce and dis-
r interest of the
the above do-

)RE, all inter-
and the public
directed that a
pon the above
n, shall be held
f County Caom-
Santa Rosa
in the Commis-
Room in the
nty Administra-
ated at 6495
Milton, Florida
of November,
ir of 9:30 a.m.
soon thereafter
an be consid-

sarties should
they decide to
vision made by
aunty Commis-
ect to any mat-
e said Board at
is their individ-
tob insure that a
dings they are
an id for such
need to insure
record of the
made which
:lude the testi-
evidence upon
seal is to be
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INTENT TO
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d adoption of
proposed Ordi-
e Board of
"issioners of
unly, is sched-
a.m., Novem-
n the Commis-
room at the
Complex,
Street, Milton,

NCE RELAT-
NTA ROSA
AMENDING
93-21;
FOR AD-
E FEES FOR
ENFORCE-
STABLISHED
OARD OF
COMMIS-
PROVIDING
EDIFICATION;


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AND PROVIDING FOR JAYDA DANIELLE DUBOSE,
AN EFFECTIVE DATE. Minor Child


These proposed Ordinances
may be inspected by the pub-
lic prior to the above sched-
uled meeting at the Office of
the Clerk of Courts, BOCC
Support Services Department,
6495 C rlrT ^r-r Milton,
Florida. - ' . - ] . -1 parties
should take notice that if they
decide to appeal any deci-
sion made by the 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 rec-
ord of the proceedin is
made, which record shall in-
clude the testimony and the
evidence upon which their
appeal is to be based. Inter-
ested parties may appear at
the meeting and be heard-
with respect to these pro-
posed ordinances.
102407
102407
10/1165



Legal 10/1166
Milton Housing Authority
The Milton -' ' "i ' ulhority,
located at i. See
Milton, will reopen the Section
8 Rental Assistance Waiting List
on Wednesday, November 14,
2007 and Thursday, -I . -:
15, 2007. Applicatio.l i
accepted and eligib
will be placed on the Wailint
List according to the date ant
time marked on their appica-
lion. You may contact thle Milton
Housing Authority at 623-0482
or 623-8216 to obtain informa-
tion on the '; I I criteria for
the Section 8 . , t List,
When making application for
rental assistance, all person ls)
must provide our office with
Birth Certificates and Social Se-
curity Cards for all family
members.The Authority also re-
quires current income statement
or proof of income for each
person or family member that
has income, regardless of
source. tncomc -ttm.It- that
are over 120 :. 1 :. il not
be accepted, except for Social
Security, Veteran's
Administration and Pension or
Retirement type of statements,
which are issued annually.
The Milton '- i . ' i Authority's
Section 8 ' . Assistance
Payment Program is and Equal
Housing Opportunity Program
and does not scriminate
against any person I , r
race, color, creed, -1 , .
age, or source of income.
Applications will be taken from
8:30 a.m. to 11:30 a.m, and
1:30 p.m. to 3:30 p.m.


Phyllis Broxson, Director ~ Mil-
ton Housing Authority
5668 Byrom Street, Milton, FL
i Adplin (850)623-0482/623-8216
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,1Name Chigm . 103107
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Worksheet 1850) 434-7524 OU166
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Legal 9/1134
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
RMiMMr;a K,�i NaIBmH THE FIRST JiUICIALCIR-


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NOTICE OF ACTION
TO: NARCICIO FRANKCO
LAST KNOWN ADDRESS:
Santa Rosa Count
PHYSICAL DESCRIPTION:
5'10" Medium Build @ 165
Ibs.. gray/hazel eyes,'
dark complexion, Wavy, short,
brownish-Black hair
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an ac-
tion has been filed against you
i h- Circuit Court o the First
i. . 1I Circuit in and for
Escambia County, Florida, for
Termination of Parental Rights to
Jayda Danielle Dubose, born
Maich 21, 2007 in Escambia
County, Florida at Sacred Heart
Hospital, Pensacola, Florida,
and you are required to serve a
copy of written defenses to it, if
any, to:
Christopher R. Johnson
- , .. Minor Child
S .it. .yle Street
Pensacola, Floirda 32502
On or before November 13,
2007 and file the original with
the Clerk of this Court, at the
Escambia County Courthouse,
Pensacola, Florida, either be-
fore service on Minor Child's at-
torney or immediately thereaf-
er;
Witness my hand and Seal of
this Court on October 9, 2007.
ERNIE LEE MAGAHA
CLERK OF THE COURT
CIRCUIT COURT SEAL
BY: Donna 0. Pipkins
As Deputy Clerk
10/1707
102407
103107
110707
9/1134


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Transportation
Non-Emergency
Medical
Transportation
Need transportation to
Medical appts., etc? Ex-
perienced, caring.driv-
ers, no waiting. We as-
sist, no wheelchair lifts.
By appointment only. In
business 12 yrs. Office
hours Mon-Fri.
8:00am-5:00pm.
623-3456


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ACCEPTING CONSIGNMENTS NOW!
ITEMS AVAILABLE FOR PUBLIC TO VIEW
BEGINNING 9:00 AM DAY OF AUCTION
James Smith, Auctioneer, License AU3184
DAN: 850-525-9395 -JANIS: 850-206-1753
JOEL: 850-449-4660






PLANT NOW!.

Fall Clearance
* SALE *

Lots of Plants
Reduced 50% or More

Mon-Sat 8-5 623-8109
3851 Avalon Blvd. * Milton I


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1 2110 | 3230
Free to a qood home. Chumuckla
2 - 7 montF old mixed 8208 Tidwell Rd.
puppies. 626-1538 Fri. & Sat. Lots of bargins
After 5:00pm for everyone.


6 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
3270 - Jewelry/Clothing
3280 - Machinery/
Equipment
3290 - Medical Equipment
3300 - Miscellaneous
3310 - Musical Instruments
3320 - Plants & Shrubs/
Supplies
3330 - Restaurant/Hotel
3340 - Sporting Goods
3350 - Tickets (Buy & Sell)




Refrigerator side by
side with ice and water,
nearly new- $250.00;
Stove- $125.00 Washer
& dryer - $85.00 each.
995-8730r

ELECTRONICS~h
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Mitsubishi 50" high g
definition / projection,
1080 model. Excellent
condition. $550
682-0150 Massi


King Size Mattress with
box spring. In excellent
condition. Asking $200.
623-3295
Lane Bedroom set,
5-piece plu mattress &
sTrinq. $400.00
623-5999 or 384-6627
Red Metal framed bunk
bed set, excellent
condition.Comes with
mattresses. $150.00
623-4812



S3230
Bag dad
2-Family Yard Sole
6324 Matador St. &
4512 Mesquile Rd.
7am until; Oct. 25th,
26th, 27th. Nascar
items, crafts, sewing
items, Christmas items,
misc. TV, furniture. Some
new and some used.


Milton
Multi-Family
Sat. Oct. 27th,
7am-1 2pm.
6903 Beaudry Lane
Hunting, household,
Christmas baby items,
small appliances. Some-
thing for everyone.

Milton
Saturday, 7am. 5ft
bookcase, Honda Pilot
cargo mat ceiling fans,
Uol bag, fight fixtures,
isc. home, garden and
baby. Willard Norris to
Martin Rd., Morgan
Ridge Subdivision.

Milton
Sundial Estates
Neighborhood
Garage Sale
Oct. 27th
7am-2 pm
3900 Holleyberry Ln.

Pace
Really big yard sale
Don't miss it. Fri & Sat.
Oct. 26th & 27th.
4658 Keyser Lane.

Pea Ridge
Corner of Krystal Dr. and
Bell Lane. Sat. 8am.
Glassware, trolling mo-
tor, Nascar, tools, gar-
den tiller, etc...


[ 3340
Browing 270 A-Bolt
Medallion with 5.5
22x56 Nightforce scope.
$1250.00
Summit Viper Treestand.
$150.00
Motoraola XTN Series
Radio $100.00
623-9692 after 5:00PM
or on weekends.

Wheatherby Mark V
Deluxe, Left handed bolt,
7MM Wby Mag, Very
ood condition. $900.
850-206-2852









EMPLOYMENT
4100 - Help Wanted
4110 - Restaurants/Clubs
4120 - Sales
4130 - Employment
information




Donnie Sowell Funeral
Home is now hiring main-
tenance person for Mem-
ory Park Cemetary. Ap-
ply inperson @ 5641
Hwy 90.


1 Drivers


I _3250S
Green & boiled pea-
nuts. Also; dry & roasted
peanuts. Deer corn
$5.75/bag. HollanJ
Farms (850)675-6876


3280 _|
ey Furreson
10 ratr . , p.ga


13 Iractor. 35 h.p. gas
motor, new water pump,
good oil pressure,' with
Box blade. $2,700 or
best offer. 995-9321 or
Cell 982-5353





Bird Houses
Martin 10 Apartments
$40.00 Bluebird $7.00
Swinq 5' complete
$10 .00, Cherry & Wal-
nut lumber $3-$3.50 a
board foot. Marble plant
stand $75. Antique sette
$150. 944-9859



| 3310

Estey Liberty
Organ w/bench
Automatic set-up, 2 key-
boards, programming.
$1500bo. Call after
6pm. 678-8941


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Drivers
Driver Trainees
Needed. No CDL r-
Problem! Earn up ;o
$900/"k Hore e
ends with TMNC Co
9any endorsed CD .
.'5309


Healthcare/CNA/A, ii
CNAs
FT, PT, Per-Diem.
ALL SHIFTS.
Must have at leus: 6
months experience
are, current h
.: . and be elii
ble to pass prr e'irpo
ment physical, drug test-
ing and background
check Full Time positions
offer. Health Insurance,
Dental and Paid Time
OfF Call 850-77-5401
ext 432 or email
pgqsobs@phyarner ica can

Martin Technology
Now hiring 10 carpet
shampooers.
Male/Female, fun and
easy work. *Company
Vehicle *Comany Train-
ing *$400/wk<
M )ton/Pace Area
Call: 626-9021
Monday 9am-5pm

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


Office Clerk-Part time
accounting office in
Pace. General office as-
sistance, errands, simple
data entry. Must have ve-
hicle & computer knowl-
edge. Call: 995-8848 or
fax resume to 995-8849

Permanent, part-time
Laboratory
Clerk/Technician wanted
for local
water/wastewater labo-
ratory. Need reliable ve-
hicle, valid driver's li-
cense, hi h school di-
ploma. Must be available
at least 24-32 hours per
week, some weekend
hours. Please fax resume
to 850-623-6110.


Route Driver

The Crestview
News
Bulletin
is looking for a 2 route
drivers with dependa-
ble transportation, and
qood driving record.
Applicant must be able
to provide proof of
insurance, able to work
up to 7 hours, and
must be able to lift 50
lbs. This is a Great Re-
tiree Job. If interested
please apply at 295
. James Lee Blvd,
Crestview.


Simply Shelia's is now
hiring Full or part-time
hair dressers for a very
busy salon. Apply in per-
son at 5438 Dogwood
Dr. in Dogwood Plaza.


Wanted energetic out-
going person to train in
realestote related activi-
ties. Send resume to PO
Box 422, Milton, FL
32570.




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f-fc'anc All utt hes
i . i'-'o dogs. VValkrng
.Lir eores,
Jar ts, etc. Laun-
cliy!o r , ir - I swim-
;� ,n [j peal *\
8100 off E'merald Sands
z 29968

Allon
Large 2 bedroom 1
boiH Duplex Cul De Sac
street, inside laudry
ook-u No pets.
$630/'n fl plus deposit.
292-9550


ao Wanllted Iv\ion
Ris fin R `n, NEARLY NEW ALL
p, Hume/Lot BRICK 2/2 DUPLEX
i-Town uoniis ^/ITH SINGLE CAR GAR-
.that, enia;s AGE, CLOSE TO WHIT-
on Rentals ING FIELD.
.$. /75 n0 $700 00
Call C- ' Emerald Coast
Properly Management @
;z! . 850-439-3007
, bland new Milton
00 Several unfurnished no
0- "' |--dogs pay the water.
267 3965 room, pool,
. . I'.i. distance to
stores, restuarants, etc.
- 550-$650 mth plus
Sdep Brin ad $ 100 off.
S Eerald hands
71 -9968


Milton
1 Bedroom f Irnished
apartment with central
heat & r No pets.
$1025 per month or
weeSkly ate plus deposit
626-3800
Milton
1iBR furnished I/BR un-
urnished no pets Has
laundiyroom, ,n .
Swimm ng a pool, I WU
ig istoance to stores,
reslucianis, ec. $475
plus , .-.---. Britng ad
10( ' ! meiaTd
9Sands 7 r 2-9968
Milton
2/BR 1/BA CH/A
W/D hookups, Quiet
area avaiicibe iinmedi-
atel $525/mth.
$400/dep
981-3364 or 292-9645


ing Field $550/mth
$n50/secuiily Don
Cumbie Realtl
377-6787 '
Milton
2BD/ 1 BA 800+sqfi
$625/$625. Pets al-
owed with pet deposit.
Must ha
history.,- '
area. Plenty of space
with bay view.
(850) 554-8138











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"3/1 Home 8959
oGristmill Way E. Mil-
ton $875*
*2/2 Home 7867
South Airport Rd., E.
Milton $825*
"4/2 Mobile Home
4722 Thoroughbred
Rd. $795
"2/1 Home 4641 Geri
St., Milton $800*
*3/2 Home 5528
Wesley Dr., Milton
$850
'3/2 Mobile Home
6537 Stanley Cir.
$750*
Santa Rosa Realty
623-0077

Jay/Milion/Pace
Rentals 2 & 3
bedrooms. $400-$650
per month. Call
94-5703
Milton
3BR/2BA, 1 car gar-
aqe near Whiting. $850
month. 232-9700
Milton
3/2n2,000 sq.ft.. nice
, .00 de-
posit. 5497 Westwood
Dr, Milton Across from
Winn-Dixie 449-0823
or 623-1199
Milton
6416 Misty Lake Dr.
3BR/2BA-All elechic se-
cluded in town location,
NO PETS. References
and lease re-
quired $800+$600 Sec.
Dep. After 4pm call
850-593-6015
Weekends only call
850-718-6644


Milton
Responsible individual.
All utilities included
(Sotelite & pool) Short
term ok. $500/mth
626-2671
Pace
3BR/1 Y/BA to share a
home. All house privi-
leaes utilities included.
$ l50/month with
$100/deposit.
Small dog ok. Call
995-1125 or 463-4103




East Milton
In-law apartment,
1 BR/1IBA privacy enter-
ance. Microwave,
satellite, laundry
priveledges. $400/mth.
Large bedroom for rent in
main house. House
priveledges, kitchen laun-
dry, livinqroom.
$375/mth 291-1047
Milton
Sleeping Room-
Efficency apartment.
Utilities furnished. De-
posit required.
$400/mth 623-2862 or
377-6333


! S6170
2 BR Front kitchen.
total electric, screened in
porch. Eastqate Mobile
Home Ranch 626-8973

3bed/2bath
Doublewide $650/mth
$650/deposit
Don Cumbie Realty
377-6787
Baoqdad
2/BR 1/BA mobile
home. 623-1471
East Milton
2/1 Mobile Home
$450/mth
$450/security
Don Cumbie Realty
Call:Barbara 377-6787

Milton
3/BR 2/BA on private
lot. Total electric. No pets
$625/mth $300/dep.
5049 Ridgeway
Bay Crest Realty
994-7918


Pace
2/2 5116 Ridgeway
Blvd. Private lot, total
electric, no pets.
$525/mth $300/dep.
Bay Crest Realty
994-7918
Pace
3/2 Doublewide private
lot. 4832 Guernsey Rd.
Total electric, no pets.
$750/mth $300/dep.
Bay Crest Realty
994-7918
Pace
Fenced, corner lot,
2/bedroom 2/bath. To-
tal Electric, washer &
dryer hook-up, garbage
included. No pets.
$500/deposit
$600/rent. Call after
5:00 p.m. 626-6464
Pace
Mobile Home in park.
3/BR 1/BA. Totalelec-
tric, no pets. $525/mth
$300/dep.
Bay Crest Realty
994-7918
Pea Ridge Area
2/BR Y/BA Mobile
home in park. Water &
qarbame furnished.
$450"mth $200/dep.
Total electric, no pets.
Bay Crest Realty
994-7918








REAL STATE 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








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1. Beer "head"
5. Pool move
10. Over
14. Part of A.D.
15. Over
16. Reject
17. Sacred picture
18. Afflicted with
hydrophobia
19. Wise
20. Redid
22. John Wilkes Booth,
for one
23. Pigeon shelter
24. Links gp.
25. Resides
28. Equivocate
33. Hold, as one's
attention
34. Goose egg
35. Articulated
36. Bubbleless drink
37. Least rapid
40. Sweet Betsy from
Pike's man
41. The__Club (1986
film)
43. Dollar bills
44. Interlaced
46. Aardvark
48. Mother _


New Orleans,
Louisiana -
Priced Reduced
in Historic Faubourg
Marigny District. Minutes
from French Quarter. 2
story Craftsman cottage
with architectural fea-
tures, off street parking,
balcony view of the Mar-
Niny and Downtown
ew Orleans. 9.5' ceil-
ings, warm hard wood
floors, rear deck.
No water
damage due to
Katrina
Ask for Greg (504)
460-5408


6140 I _ 6170 _
Milton Milton
6561 Julia Dr. Quiet Clean Park
3 or 4/BR 1/BA Rent includes water, gar-
C/A, fenced backyard. bage and lawn service.
5650/dep $675/mth No Pets.
255- 459 2BR/1 BA for $400/mth,
also 2/2 for $475/mth
Milton Call 255-7772
Planation Woods Subdi-
vision New home, Milton
1350sf 3/BR 2/BA RV lot off of Avalon Blvd.
$77C /mth Security De- $250/mth water & gar-
- -, 582-/222 baoe included.
Mil'tnP- 3eeV 623-8753
MitoniPace
MOBILE HOMES for
3/BR 2/BA, double-car rent call for pricing and
. w tile & car- availability
c i.a.. lause hon- 850-983-1091 or
Bred $950/mth 850-368-7506
$800/deposil. Call
8050-501-273 Pace- Santa Villa
--For rent or lease
Pace option. 3br/2bath dou-
blewide.
4BD/2BA behind $700/mth
Pea Ridge Elementry. $500/deposit.
$925 er month. 982-2127
850-232-9700
Pace
Pea R' de Area 2/1 bath. Total electric,
3/2 1600 sf. $850/mth Pollard Paul. Water &
$850/security ?arbaqe furnishe.
Don Cumbie Realy $435 mth $200/dep.
Call: Barbara 377-6787 No pets. Bay Crest Realty
994-7918


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-For sale; brand new
7000sf office warehouse
building off 393 in SRB.
267-3965
Milton
Office building
approx. 1800 SF, 4+ of-
fices. 6422 Hwy 90 W.
$150,000.
850-316-5958
Milton
Office Space for rent,
excellent location. Utili-
ties included starting at
$350/mth. 255-4004


| 7150 --
Commercial Property
for Sale
2.1 acres Zoned M2
property located on John-
son Rd. in Milton, Flor-
ida. Chain link fence,
water, sewer & holding
pond. $150,000. Joe
Brown 850-554-3507




2/BR 1/BA Mobile
Home $485/mth Dep.
and ref.850-537-6222
850-499-7412
East Milton
2.88 acres with a creek
on Parker Rd. High and
Dry, Mobile home needs
TLC. $75,000. Call John
Jordan 850-420-0133
Navarre Beach Really
For Sale
Fema Mobile Home 3/2.
Owner finance. East
Gate Mobile Home
Ranch 626-8973

1993 Fleetwood Mobile
Home 24 x 48 3/BR
2/BA with 1.9 acres. All
appliances are included.
SAsking $55,000.
850- 86-9781


831,.01 - Airc~ratt/ viatinu NE-W
8320- ATV/Off Road Vehicles 2007 JEER COiMMiANIDER SPORT
8330 - Campers & Trailers ON-LYINA__
8340 - Motorhomes N 1



8110
1994 Chevy Caprice!
Classic runs great very
nice. $2500.00 Call:
463-4786
1994 Chevy Caprice Was. S32,660- Rear AC, Trailer Towl #43-07007
Classic, low miles, excel-
lent condition. 463-4786
1998 Cavilier 4/DR '
4-speed automatic, elect.
windows, radio, cool
A/C, low mileage,
non-smoker, equipted to
tow with motor home,all:
great as5mileage. Call:
623_5145 -Y4jnih,~M
Nice is after altlrebfteincluding Ch ser nancial bonuscash. Alivelhicles
Pay Cash for junk cars subjecttopioarsale, Plustaxtuag, feesseand$269pre-deliveyserviccharge. Dealer
or trucks. Running or not. not responsibleforltypographicalenors. Slepricesigoeodondayofd. +See
Call: 983-9527 or- dealertordetalls. JeepisaregisteredtradenarkofDaimlerChroyslerCorpotion.
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Distress signal
Divest
Search a suspect
Mishaps
Hindu princess
Punster's reward
Destroy
Hence
for the Benefit
of Mr. Kite (Beatles)
Ferber or Best
New driver, often
Gobs
Like the ocean


DOWN
1. "Scarborough "
2. A single time only
3. Prolific author: abbr.
4. Eyeglass
5. "Forty "
6. Ease
7. Judicial wear
8. Roman poet
9. Between sm. and Ig.
10. Guacamole
ingredient
11. Pegged-down digs
12. Graham of football
13. Down and out
21. Electrical units
22. Ottoman VIP


24. Aces
25. Stage offering
26. Expand
27. Happening
28. Norton's workplace
29. Exceedingly, in
Paree
30. Ambition
31. Finger
32. __ et les Hommes
(Jean Renoir film)
34. ZIP code's
predecessor
38. Great quantity
39. Boss undone by
Harper's Weekly
42. Jam, e.g.
45. Bade
47. Fine and dandy
48. Items
50. Measly
51. Angular design
52. Unique
53. Picnic playwright
54. Vicinity
55. Wind
56. Like Lady Godiva
57. Part of a runcible
spoon
58. Use a chalk line
60. Literary monogram


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Eckerd Youth Alternatives, Inc., a leader in thera-
peutic programs for at-risk youth, is seeking peo-
ple to fill the following positions at our outdoor
facility in Milton, FL

Youth Case Manager/Counselor
Bach's degree in Human Services-related field
req. Master's pref. with 2 yrs exp working with at-
risk youth. Fax resumes to T. Willis, 727-442-
, 5911, or apply online at www.eckerdyouth.org.

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Visit Celestial Inspirations in Pace's Woodbine Plaza and leave your earthly cares behind for a while


By OBIE CRAIN
ocrain@srpressgzette.com

The sheer contentment offered
within the inner sanctum of the
Celestial Inspirations' pleasing
interior is overwhelming in itself.
Few, if any, who have visited the
premises located in Woodbine
Plaza have left uninspired.
And most will agree that it's
an energizing yet peaceful store
to visit.
Celestial Inspirations which
was established by owner Sue
Heiney in April of 2005 at 4474
Woodbine Road in Pace is one of
the most unique stores of its kind
in the Santa Rosa County area. Its
comprehensive inventory which
includes items for all one's spiri-
tual needs will certainly satisfy
any natural or spiritual curiosity
an individual may wish to
resolve.
The store appears convention-
al from the outside, but an aro-
matic scent of candles, incense,
and herbs enhance the amazing
energy that envelopes each person
who enters. This comforting ener-
gy which the owner says is expe-
rienced by all who visit, is com-
mented on by everyone. She says
it encourages many customers
and friends to just "hang around"
for a while and browse or just
relax and enjoy the ambience.
The store is reminiscent of an
old country store where the locals
used to sit around a "pickle bar-
rel" discussing various topics,
including many of the spiritual
sides of life, or when the weather
is good to often sit for a while on
the porch for a lively discussion
on a multitude of subjects.
The store's primary focus is to
educate and support all individu-
als as they discover the most posi-
tive spiritual path best suited for
his or her individual needs.
Inside, the store is more con-
forming to the needs of its staff
and customers. The arrangement
is situated to accommodate the
various aspects that an establish-


ment of this sort must negotiate.
Several individual areas are con-
veniently designed as a retail
room, book and sitting room, a
psychic room, a massage therapy
room, and a classroom.
The retail room offers a vari-
ety of items for many spiritual
practices. Traditional ClIi.i ,
Buddhism, Hinduism, Wicca, and
Native American beliefs are just a
few of the varied spiritual paths
represented. Items for purchase
include, but are not limited to fig-
urines, artwork, essential oils,
blended oils, incense, statuary,
candles, crystals, herbs, aroma
therapy products, jewelry, ritual
items, and much, much more.
The book room hosts a pot-
pourri of subject matter such as
rediscovered ancient ways, energy
healing, divination, numerology,
and numerous spiritual paths.
There are DVDs to help satis-
fy the curiosity of those who pre-
fer visual learning, and music to
soothe one's soul and spirit.
These are also available on CDs.
Then there's an area for chil-
dren to occupy themselves, too.
Cartoons and coloring is also
located in the book and sitting
room so parents may easily
browse as long as they wish.
Comfortable chairs for visitor use
are also in this area, and as one
skims through a book, he or she
may enjoy a cup of herbal tea or
coffee.
Perhaps some of the most
inspiring aspects the visitor will
find at Celestial Inspirations is the
inspiration provided by its resi-
dent readers, psychics, intuitives,
and sensitive that present sched-
uled programs and perform by
appointment.
One of these is Alexandra
Taylor who has been a profes-
sional psychic for more than 30
years and has had the opportunity
to work in many venues and with
people from all walks of life.
She specializes in intuitive
readings and energy work to show
paths available for each client.


With a calming presence, she
tunes in and works with energies
to create a healing atmosphere.
Alexandra clairvoyantly con-
nects with the other side of the
"Veil" and deals with the "past,
present, and future" in her read-
ings. Her belief is that "everyone
is psychic and each individual can
expand their abilities." She is
available on Wednesdays from 10
a.m. to 3 p.m. and on Saturdays
from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Another notable in residence
is Sarah Christopher whose area
is pets and people.
Unlike many psychics, intu-
itives, and sensitive, Sarah did
not begin her career as a young
child. In 2002, while recovering
from a lengthy disabling illness,
she began to communicate with
horses along the country road in
Colorado while driving to and
from rehabilitation therapy.
Sarah has been reading in
the Panhandle area for three
years with clientele ranging
from Valparaiso to Fairhope,
Alabama. She is currently a reg-
ular at Celestial Inspirations in
Pace on Tuesdays and Fridays.
Sarah does volunteer readings
for the Pensacola Humane
Society, has participated in the
Spirit of Light Expo, both 2005
and 2006, as well as Dog Daze
in Ft. Walton Beach and
Barktoberfest in Pensacola.
Sarah is also available for
home and telephone readings.
Born in Georgia, raised in
Florida, she graduated from the
University of Alabama,
Tuscaloosa, and resided in
Hawaii for 30 years. She now
shares a home in the Myrtle
Grove area of West Pensacola
with a daughter, two young
grandchildren, three dogs, three
cats, and the Spirits of many
more!
Sarah presents group chan-
neling from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. on
Tuesday and Fridays and on the
second Saturday of each month
at 7 p.m.


Psychic and Spiritualist Alexandra Taylor, lett, and Intuitive Communicator Saran Christopner, wnose
area is channeling pets and people, are two of the spiritual artists whom you might meet if you visit
Celestial Inspirations in Pace. Owner Sue Heiney says the welcome mat is out, and if by chance you wish
to give them' a call, they're as near as (850) 995-4288. Don't forget they're closed on Sundays and
Monday. (Photo by Obie Crain.)


And there's readings by Terry
Graybear. Channeling the Ancient
Ones, Graybear provides valuable
information and insights to help
one with his or her life paths. His
guides are often able to provide a
bigger picture, advising the indi-
vidual on how they can best work
with the universe, what their pur-
pose in this life may be, and how
what they do affects the higher
realms.
While Graybear's primary
guides identify themselves as the
"Ancient Ones," he has also


worked with the energies of
Mother Mary, Sunanda, and many
other spiritual masters.
Terry "Graybear" Graybeal
was born with the natural gifts of
healing and intuitive readings. He
began sharing his talents profes-
sionally in 1992 and has shared
his gift with hundreds of clients
throughout the country.
Another reader, Tina
Blackburn, whose spiritual areas
include Chakra Clearing, Spiritual
Healing, Guided Meditation, and
Tarot Reading, leads the monthly


Full Moon meditation.
Sue Heiney's daughters Taryn
Cheer and Tabitha Kosmas are
instrumental in assisting their
mother in the administration of
the business. They all welcome
you with assurances that all who
visit will be amazed at what they
find.
Be in touch with them at 995-
4288. They're open from 10 a.m.
to 6 p.m. on Tuesdays through
Friday, and from 10 a.m. to 4
p.m. on Saturdays. They would
love to meet you!


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