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Milton Newspapers
Place of Publication: Milton Fla
Publication Date: October 31, 2007
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..October 31, 2007

Sheriff's office

seeking 'The

Reddy' robber


The Santa Rosa County
Sheriff's Department is look-
ing for the suspect that robbed
Reddy's Convenience store on
Highway 87 at gunpoint
Sunday afternoon.
The store's clerk has
described the suspect as a
white male wearing a blue
hooded sweatshirt, jeans, and
black shoes, with dark hair
and stubble on his face.
According to an official
release by Sgt. Scott Haines,
of the Sheriff's Department,
the clerk reported the suspect
held what appeared to be a
weapon under his shirt and
demanded all the money in the
Haines says the clerk was
ordered to stand at the end of
the counter as the suspect
made his escape with an
undisclosed amount of cash.
The clerk'reported that the

left the
store and
ran around ,
the South
side of the
building. -
A late '.
model "
minivan .'.- -
was seen -
leaving the Lockart is wanted
scene on for questioning
87 North.
Sheriff's Office investiga-
tors have a person of interest
they would like to interview in
relation to the robbery, Andy
Delaney Lockart, 40.
The Santa Rosa County
Sheriff's Department is asking
anyone with information
about the robbery or Lockart's
whereabouts to contact the
Sheriff's Office at 983-1190 or
Crime Stoppers at 437-STOP.

County schools

feeling Florida's

budgeting pinch

The Special Session of the
state legislature, which came
to a close in Tallahassee
Monday, recently resulted in
over two million dollars in
cuts to the Santa Rosa County
School District's 2007/2008
budget with possibly more to
Although officials, at the
district office say the amount
was smaller then anticipated,
the cutbacks have tightened
the district's already tight
purse strings, causing officials
to devise new solutions to
save money without affecting
the classroom.
Doug Dillon, Assistant
Superintendent of Finance
with the District, says the leg-
islature's decision is the result
of a lack of revenue generated
through state and local taxes.
Dillon says the majority of

the District's funding comes
from state sales tax, which he
says has been hurt by the
storms in recent years.
People moving out of
state, lack of growth, slow
housing sales, and the difficul-
ty of obtaining insurance- all
have an affect on the amount
of taxes the state brings in.
The additional funding
required to meet the District's
needs must be met by the
area's property taxes, which
are below average in Santa
Rosa County.
If Santa Rosa County
were in the same position as
Walton County-which
Dillon says has a similar make
up of homes but higher prop-
erty values-the District
would see an increase in rev-
enue of over 18 million dollars
based on our current student


Noah and the Great Pumpkin
Milton's Noah Rogers, age 1, joins the seach, as Linus did, in trying to find the 'Great Pumpkin'
while at the First United Methodist Church's Pumpkin Patch, as Halloween is here.
Press Gazette photo by Bill Gamblin,

Trick or Treating with safety

Press Gazette Staff Reports
It could be a clown,
scarecrow, witch, ghost,
pirate, or some other form of
a gobblin out on the streets
tonight going door to door in
search of their bounty.
While the young people
prepare to start their quest
for candy and other goodies
there are a few reminders
that need to be observed
When it comes to cos-
tumes, Santa Rosa County's
Sheriff Wendell Hall would
like to remind parents to
consider the following safe-
ty recommendations.
When buying or making
costumes make sure they are
made from fire-retardant
materials. Never use cotton
sheets or pillowcases that

can catch fire easily. Avoid
baggy or overlong costumes
that children can trip or fall
Do not wear full-face
masks that may impair
vision. Face painted masks
are often best. Use glow
sticks, flashlights, or reflec-
tive tape when trick-or treat-
ing. This will make you vis-
ible to passing motorist.
Sgt. Jimmy Barnes with
the Milton Police
Department warns one of the
most dangerous times for
trick-or-treating is at dusk.
"Just when it is getting
dark is the most dangerous
time because it is the hardest
time for a driver to see," said
Barnes. "Because of that fact
alone we would stress you

should definitely stay out of
the roadways."
Another added safety
fact is the buddy system.
"Never go Trick-or-
Treating alone," said Hall.
"And only Trick-or-Treat at
well lit houses. "
Parents should also
check all candy before it is
eaten. Throw away any
candy that looks like it has
been opened or tampered
with. Use battery powered
lights for Jack-O-Lanterns
instead of candles that can
cause a fire.
Barnes noted extra
patrols will be out in Milton
and extra patrols are also
expected with the Santa
Rosa County Sheriff's



plea is


There has been a delay in
the Change of Plea Hearing
for the case of Holley M.
Barnes, r'.
the former '"
Pea Ridge
Girl Scout
Se a d e r
arrested "
early last
month for
theft and "
filing mul- ..-
tiple false
claims for Barnes
with the IRS.
According to Managing
Assistant US Attorney, Dixie
Morrow, the proceedings,
which began on Friday, were
postponed due to a personal
emergency of federal public
defender Thomas Keith.
Officials in the Clerks
Office for the United States
District Court for the
Northern District of Florida
say the hearing has been
rescheduled for.. today . at 2
The Clerk's office says
Barnes was sworn in and the
hearing had been underway at
least a half hour when it
became necessary to postpone
it until this week.
Officials report the hear-
ing will continue where it left
off, presumably with the pros-
ecutor reading the statement
of fact-an outline of what
the government would be able
to prove if the case does go to
The statement of fact
must be read in its entirety
and the hearing completed
before a plea agreement can
be filed.
Scott Schneider, Special
Agent with the IRS and
Public Information Officer
with the Tampa Field Office,
says while it is expected
Barnes will change her plea to
guilty, it was not known what
counts she would plea to at
press time early Tuesday.
Barnes, who remains free
on bond, was charged with 15
counts of identity theft and 19
counts of filing false and ficti-
tious claims for refunds with
the IRS.
The charges alleged
Barnes used the identities of
girls in her troop, as well as
her own children, to file for
more than $187,000 of which
it was said she had obtained
Using a fraudulent med-
ical release form, it was
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Pace Chamber will focus on family this Saturday

This Saturday,
November 3, is the annual
Family Festival put on by
the Pace Area Chamber of
This year's Festival will
be located lakeside, at the
Pace Water System Preserve,
off Woodbine Road.
Executive Director,
Lloyd Hinote, says the
event promises to be a full
day of music, food, an fel-
lowship, with over thirty

different vendors set up
around the lake.
This year vendors
include those specializing
in home improvement,
toys, balloons, jewelry,
face painting, home and
garden, with businesses on
hand to offer advice on
financial matters, skin care
and travel to name but a
There will be live
music throughout the day
with a variety of styles run-
ning the gamut from blue-

grass, blues, jazz, pop and
Amongst those per-
forming are the US Army
Jazz Band, Sweet Water
Revival, Blackwater Pearl,
Sadie Blue, and Jess
Hinote says to bring
your appetite as there will
be plenty of food, such as
hamburgers, hotdogs, and
barbeque with all the trim-
Children's rides like the
Space Walk, Giant Slide,

Rock Climb and more will
be free of charge all day for
the kids.
Also, at no charge, par-
ents will have the opportu-
nity to obtain ID packages
for their children, which
include fingerprinting and
ID photos.
Admission at the gate is
free with a minimal parking
Hinote says, "It's a
beautiful area, I ordered
some good weather, bring
your lawn chair and stay."

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Sunday, 7:44 a.m.
Yes, in one of your
articles about Holley
Barnes- you can
"accept' a not guilty plea,
but you can not "except"
a not guilty plea. I wish
someone would proof-
read this paper.

Saturday 4:02 p.m.
I just wanted to say to
Rocky, prayer in school
does not have a thing to
do with Halloween, or
California fires, or Iraq.
Prayer is beautiful,
prayer belongs in the
church. These kids know
all about prayer, living
here, growing up here.
They don't need anybody
on the street corner
screaming or hollering.
So don't worry about it,
everyone's well

Saturday, 3:54 p.m.
Hello, this is Joe. I'd
like to point out to Rocky
that prayer in school has
nothing to do with the
fires in California, or the
war in Iraq. I'll tell you,
some people.

Saturday, 3:51 p.m.
Yes, did any one
notice sometime back
they took the trailers out
from behind the post
office and Dave's Catfish
House? Now there's a
construction crew back
there and some pretty big
sewer pipes. Is some kind
of project going in there,
low income or some other
housing outfit?. Love to

Saturday, 3:50p.m.
I am glad to see the
city leaders decided to
scrap the Mitchell homes
deal. It's a beautiful proj-
ect but it just doesn't fit
in that area of Milton.
Thank you.

Saturday, 2:36
Yes, this is Pam and
this is in response to the
gentlemen who reported
the person taking people
for money. Well, he got
twenty dollars from me
but I don't want to be the
person on the door step
turning someone away
who's really in need. So,
twenty dollars hurts, but
not as much as turning
someone away who really
might need something
one day. So think of it
that way and just let it go.

Saturday, 1:51 p.m.
Hi, this Kay. I can't
believe the county com-
missioners and the plan-
ning department allowed
a large subdivision on
West Spencer Field. It 's
in a place where the road
floods and now, since
they started doing con-
struction, it floods even
worse in heavy- rains.
This needs to be looked

Friday, 6:20 p.m.
This is Brett looking
at Saturday's paper. "A
1946 aircraft that was
painted with stripes prior
to D-Day' - unless it's a
time traveling airplane
there's no way it had any
thing to do with that time
period since D-Day hap-
pened in 1944.
Editor's note: The
plane was painted to look
like the one used in 1944.

Friday, 5:59 p.m.
This is Joy. I still
want to complain about
the post office not having
stamp machines, or a
scale, and you have to
wait for a long line and
it's not even Christmas
time. It's very discourag-
ing to go to the post
office. I know it's a busi-
ness but that is wrong.

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

Williams, Jr.,
Raymond Earl
1922 - 2007

Raymond Earl Williams,
Jr. passed away quietly on
Friday, October 26.
Lovingly known as "Pop-
Pop" by his family, he was
born on November 4, 1922
in Connecticut. He served
his country as a U.S. Army
Officer for many years and
later, as a Corporate
Consultant for numerous
retail corporations. He set-
tled in Milton in 1974 and is
preceded in death by his
parents Ray E. Williams, Sr.
and Esther Francis
He leaves behind his
loving wife of 32 years-
Dora Annette, four (loved as
his own) children-Suanne

SR County Fair
seeks volunteers

The Santa Rosa County
Fair has some exciting open-
ings for fair volunteers. If
you want to volunteer your
time to a community fun
activity - Try us! Our next
meeting will be held on
November 13th at 7 p.m. at
East Milton Recreation Park
in the gym. For more infor-
mation please call 850 623

Democrats to hold
Yard Sale

The Santa Rosa County
Democrats' Monthly Yard
Sale at 5746 Stewart Street
(623-2345), Milton, will be
held on Saturday, November
3, from 8 - 2. Items for sale
include toys, stuffed ani-
mals, books, kitchen items,
glassware, tools, and many
miscellaneous items. In
addition, there will be furni-
ture and garden equipment
for sale.
Donations may be deliv-
ered to the Santa Rosa
Democrats' Headquarters
Office at the above address,
9-12, Monday, Wednesday,
or Friday. For additional
information, contact DEC
State Committeeman,
Harold Webb, 572-6029 or
623-8040, or Chair Martha
Smith, 932-6044 or 225-

Small Business
Opportunities Fair

UWF Small Business
Development Center, The
University of West Florida.
Procurement & Contract
Services, Florida
Procurement Technical
Assistance Center (PTAC)
Program, and the Defense
Economic Transition
Assistance (DETA) Program
are hosting the 1st Annual
Small Business
Opportunities Fair on
Tuesday, November 6, 2007.
The fair will be held at The
University of West Florida
Conference Center,
Commons, Bldg. 11, 11000
University Parkway, form
10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. The
conference is FREE; howev-
er, pre-registration is recom-
mended. To register call
Carol Morgan at 850-473-
7826 or Diane Miller at 850-

(Randy) Johnson, Mark
(Karen) Locklin, Michael
(Lisa) Locklin and Mitchell
Locklin. There are 9 grand-
children-Skye Hoodless
and Savannah Locklin of
Pensacola, Ally Locklin and
Brooklyn Dominque, of
Lafayette, LA, Jake Locklin,
Sarah Locklin, McKinsey
Locklin; Caleb Locklin and
Scarlett Locklin of Milton
and two step-grandchil-
dren-Mickey (Lesley)
Hoodless of Birmingham,
AL, and Brandy (Louis)
Dronett of Lafayette, LA.
Memorial Services will
be held on Tuesday October
30th at 4:30 p.m.. Lewis
Funeral Home in Milton.
The family will host a
reception at the home of
Suanne Johnson, 6097
Lansing Dr., Milton. Friends
may send any cards, food, or

Florida Trail Hikes
& such

Friday, November 2,
2007 at 6:00 p.m. Join the
Florida Trail Association for
the monthly Dinner Hike.
Free. Dinner will follow at a
local restaurant. Details:
(850) . 484-9111 or
Saturday, November 10,
2007 at 9:00 a.m. Join the
Florida Trail Association for
a hike on the Navarre Beach
Bike Trail. Free. Details:
(850) 932-0125 or

Job Fair for Vets

Hey all you job seeking
Vets! There will be a
Hiring Fair in Santa Rosa
County geared mainly for
veterans and service mem-
bers. You are invited to
attend the hiring fair
Saturday, November 3. It
will be held at the Comfort
Inn Conference Center at
8700 Navarre Parkway from
9:00 am to 2:00 pm. There
will be over 50 employers
from Northwest Florida
waiting to talk with you;
don't forget your resume'.
Sponsors are Workforce
Escarosa, Jobs Plus, Employ
Florida and HireVetsFirst.
For more information, call
Bill Neal at 850-595-5200,
ext 103 or Jerry McDaniel at
850-833-7587, ext 211.

NWFAEYC to hold

The Northwest Florida
Association for the
Education of Young Children
will hold its annual confer-
ence on Saturday, Nov. 3 at
the Gulf Breeze United
Methodist Church
Community Life Center at
4115 Soundside Drive in
Gulf Breeze. Call 983-5313
for a registration form and

Local talent

Living Stones Christian
Coffee Corner will be fea-
turing local talent during the
month of November on
Friday and Saturday nights
from 6:30 to 10 p.m.
This is a free opportuni-
ty for local artists, youth
bands, or church groups to

flowers to this address.
Lewis Funeral Home of
Milton is in charge of

Shiver, Pamela

Pamela Ingrid Shiver, age
52, of Milton, passed away on
Sunday, October 28, 2007.
Mrs. Shiver was born in
Lansing, Michigan, and had
resided in the Milton area for
the past 10 years. She was a
member of the Elizabeth
Chapel Methodist Church.
Mrs. Shiver is survived by
her husband of 35 years-
Fred Holt Shiver, Jr. of
Milton; her mother-Betty
Golden of West Virginia; a
daughter-Christy Shiver of
Milton; two brothers-
Michael Pederson, of Tarpon
Springs, Florida, and Richard

perform and showcase their
To be scheduled please
call Tami or Melissa at
Living Stones at 994-8292.
Living Stones is in Pace
located behind CVS at 4487
Chumuckla Hwy.
We offer coffee, wi-fi
and a relaxed family friend-
ly atmosphere.

instruction demo

CiCi's Pizza, 5070 Hwy.
90 in Pace, will be the loca-
tion of an informative
demonstration on how com-
puters work. Brett Little,
local business owner, will be
hosting this hands-on demon-
stration on how computers
actually work and answering
all your questions. This
informative event will be
held on Sunday, November
4th from noon to 2 p.m. For
more information, contact
Brett at 994-7822.

Youth Glory

Shepherd's House,
Ministries will be hosting a
Youth Glory Extravaganza
Wednesday, Oct. 31 from 5
p.m. until ... There will be
door prizes, free food, fun
and games. The church is
located at 5739 Stewart
Street! Come and enjoy the

SRC Tourist Dev.
Council to meet

The Santa Rosa County
Tourist Development Council
North End Committee will
meet Thursday, November 1
at 8:30 a.m. at the Santa Rosa
County Chamber of
Commerce, 5247 Stewart St.,
Milton. The public is wel-
come to attend.

Milton 1st AOG
Clothes Closet open

Milton's 1st Assembly of
God Church has a Clothes
Closet that is open and free to
the public. The church is
located at 6163 Dogwood
Blvd. Hours and days are:
Friday, Nov. 2 from 9 a.m. to
3 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 3 from
9 a.m. to 12 noon. A big
thank you to Beall's Outlet.

Pederson of Virginia; a sis-
ter-Dorothy Rexrod of West
Virginia; two grandchildren-
Damien Shiver and Charese
Jordan; and numerous nieces
and nephews.
Funeral Services for Mrs.
Shiver will be held at 2:00
p.m. on Thursday, November
1, 2007 at the Lewis Funeral
Home in Milton with Rev. Joe
Mullin officiating. Burial will
follow in the Serenity
Gardens Cemetery with
Lewis Funeral Home direct-
The family will receive
friends from 5:00 p.m. until
8:00 p.m. on Wednesday,
October 31, 2007, at the
Lewis Funeral Home in
Active Pallbearers will be
Marty Sapp, Jon Jordan,
Robert Bounds, and Scott

Revival meeting
to begin

Galilee Missionary
Baptist Church, located at
5913 Hwy. 90 West in
Milton, will be having
Revival from Nov. 5th to the
11th, Monday. through
Sunday. There will be
singing, fellowshipping and
preaching from a special
speaker from Ohio. Pastor is
Zary A. Shealy, Everyone is

Support your local

Belk Charity Sale tickets
are available for $5 each.
They are available through
Autism Society of the
Panhandle at cell# 450-0656
The special sale will be at
Belk's on November 10.
They will take $5 off from
your first purchase.

Relay for Life Yard

Saturday, Nov. 3 from 7
a.m. to 1 p.m., there will be a
yard sale for Re!i for Life.
It will be 3 miles north of Jay
on Hwy. 89 at Mt. Carmel
Methodist Church.
Electronics, furniture,
clothes, household items, etc
will be available.

Goofy Golf
Halloween Putt Putt
Benefit Big
Brothers Big Sisters

Goofy Golf will have a
Halloween Putt Putt from 6
to 9 , p.m., tonight,
Wednesday, Oct. 31, at the
course, 3924 Navy Blvd.
Cost for the event is $6 for
adults for one course, $10
for both courses; $5 for chil-
dren ages 12 and younger,
for one course, $8 for both
courses. Free candy will be
given out during the event.
All proceeds will benefit
Big Brothers Big Sisters of
Northwest Florida. Details:
This fundraising event
will assist Big Brothers Big
Sisters of Northwest Florida
in providing and supporting
mentoring relationships,
which will inspire, encour-
age, and nurture the youth
of Northwest Florida.


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Santa Rosa's Press Gazette

Wednesday-October 31, 2007

Sheriff's Report

Sept. 26 to Sept. 30. 2007

Hemmn , Brandonn
Russell; Male; 24; 3824
Jarrett St, Pace; Drugs-
Possess Cntrl Sub W/O
Prescription, Fraud-
Obtain Controlled
Substance By, Drugs-
Traffic-4 grams Less 30
KG Other Cntrl
Substance. 9/26/07
Lewis, Matthew
Alexander; Male; 19;
5373 Youpon St, Milton;
Burgl of Structure
Conveyance Unarmed
W/O Person Inside,
Burgl Tools-Possess
With Intent to Use, Larc-
Petit 1st Degree
Property $100 to Under
$300, Loitering or
Prowling, Drugs-
Possess Cntrl Sub WO
Prescription. 9/26/07
Simmons, Charles
Harmon; Male; 37; 3230
Clemons Rd, Gulf
Breeze; Possess of
Weapon Or Ammo By
Convicted Fla Felon,
Larc-Grand of Firearm.
Brewer, Jr., Charles
Raymond; Male; 34;
4125 Busby Lane, Pace;
Property Under $20,000.
Brewer, Wesley
Delee; Male; 24; 6215
Glenwood Dr, Milton;
Larc-Over $300 Under
$5,000. NDG
Jones, Curtis
Michael; Male; 17; 6280
Chinquapin Rd, Milton;
Burgl of Structure
Conveyance Unarmed
W/O Person Inside,
Burgl Tools-Possess
With Intent to Use, Larc-
Petit 1st Degree
Property $100. to Under
$300, Loitering or
Prowling. 9/26/07
Sanfilippo, Anthony
Michael; Male; 20; 6411
Hwy. 87, Milton;
Kidnap Minor-Interfere
With Custody. 9/26/07

Stout, Joseph
Maxwell; Male; 16;
6626 Hillcrest Circle,
Milton; Burgl of
Structure Conveyance
Unarmed W/O Person
Inside, Burgl Tools-
Possess With Intent to
Use, Larc-Petit 1st
Degree Property $100 to
Under $300, Loitering
or Prowling. 9/26/07
Stuart, Zachary
Wells; Male; 19; 2044
Ruth Road, Burlington,
NC; Marijuana Possess
With Intent to Sell Mfg
or Deliver Schedule I,
Drugs-Possess Cntrl Sub
W/O Prescription,
Drugs-Possess Cntrl Sub
W/O Prescription,
Drugs-Traffic 4 Grams
Less 30 KG Other
Control Substance,
Narcotic Equip-Possess
And Or Use. 9/26/07
Council, Douglas
Wayne, Sr.; Male; 59;
6445 Lynnwood Circle,
Milton; Damage Prop-
Crim Misch $200 and
Under, Burgl of
Structure Conveyance
Unarmed W/O Person
Inside, Larc Over $300
Under $5,000. 9/26/07
Brock, Jerad
Christopher; Male; 22;
7562 Lakeside Dr,
Milton; DUI and
Damage Property,
Manslaughter-Veh DUI
Cause Death to Any
Human. 9/26/07
Carlson, David
Jerome; Male; 41; 2619
Larkin St, Pensacola;
DUI, Refuse to Submit
to DUI Test. 9/26/07
Gallant, Michael
William; Male; 43;
Perfect Acres Rd,
Milton; Probation
Violation-Felony, DUI
Alcohol or Drugs 2nd
Offense. 9/27/07' ,.
Hallmark, Danny
Lee Scott; Male; 26;
8258 Lucena St,
Navarre; Probation

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UWF SBDC offers classes

The University of West
Florida Small Business
Development Center (401 E.
Chase Street, Suite 100,
Pensacola) is holding its
"Should I Buy a Franchise?"
workshop on Monday and
Wednesday evenings,
November 5 & 7, 2007 from
6:00 - 9:00 p.m. Discover if
you are suited to be a fran-
chisee; if you have the traits
of a successful franchisee;
how to locate and evaluate
franchise opportunities; how
to evaluate franchise agree-
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chise; the top low-cost fran-
chises; and 100 questions you
should ask or answer before
you buy a franchise. The fee
for this 2-day workshop is
$35. Bring a calculator. To
register, call (850-473-7830)
or go to our website
( and
click on training.
The University of West
Florida Small Business

Development Center (401 E.
Chase Street, Suite 100) is
presenting a Brown-Bag
Lunch on Wednesday,
November 7, from 12:00
Noon until 1:00 p.m. entitled
"Year-End Tax Planning".
Receive smart advice from a
tax-planning pro who will dis-
cuss the latest tax. laws and
tax-planning strategies for
individuals and businesses.
Presented by: Bloomer,
Geri & Company, CPAs &
Business Professionals
This seminar is free, how-
ever registration is highly rec-
ommended. Attendees are
encouraged to bring their own
lunch. For further informa-
tion, or to register call (850-
473-7830) or go to our web-
site (
SBDC workshops, semi-
nars, and conferences provide
practical, up-to-date informa-
tion on business topics rang-
ing from the basics to more
advanced business manage-

ment skills. Instructors
include SBDC Certified
Business Analysts, faculty
from higher education, gov-
ernment experts, and private-
sector professionals.
The University of West
Florida Small Business
Development Center is a part-
nership program with the U.S.
Small Business
Administration and is a mem-
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Business Development Center
Network, a non-profit net-
work of college and universi-
ty-based centers. The organi-
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management counseling,
entrepreneurial training, and
information access and trans-
fer to area business people,
enabling them to maximize
their businesses' growth,
competitiveness, and prof-
Visit the PTAC website for informa-
tion and the agenda.

FHP plans driver license checkpoints

The Florida Highway
Patrol will be conducting
driver license and vehicle
inspection checkpoints during
the month of November, 2007
at the below listed locations in
Santa Rosa County.
Recognizing the danger
presented to the public by
defective vehicle equipment,
troopers will concentrate their
efforts on vehicles being oper-
ated with defects such as bad
brakes, worn tires, defective
lighting equipment. In addi-
tion, attention will be directed
to drivers who would violate
the driver license laws of
The patrol has found these
checkpoints to be an effective
means of enforcing the equip-

ment and driver license laws
of Florida while ensuing the
protection of all motorists.
Nov. 1 - Nov. 8 -
Quintette Road west of Cty
Rd 197, Bagdad Hwy. south
of Milton; Hamilton Bridge
Road, east of Bridge; Cty Rd
197 north of Guernsey Rd;
State Rd 4 northern Santa
Rosa County; State Road 399
west of State Rd. 87.
Nov. 9 - Nov. 15 -
Nichols Lake Road east of
State Rd. 87; West
Spencerfield north of U.S.
90; Ward Basin Road at the
Fire Department; Berryhill
Road east of Chumuckla
Hwy.; State Road 87 in
Nov, 16 - Nov. 22 -

Hamilton Bridge Road east of
Bridge; State Road 89 north-
ern Santa Rosa County;
Chumuckla Hwy. north of
U.S. 90; Bagdad Hwy., south
of Milton; Mulat Road south
of U.S. 90, Bagdad Highway
sough of Milton; Mulat Road
south of U.S. 90; Anderson
Lane south of Willard Norris
Nov. 23 - Nov. 30 - Galt
City Road sough of Old
Bagdad Hwy.; Cty Rd. 197
north of Guernsey Road; State
Rd 87 northern Santa Rosa
County; Da-Lisa Rd east of
Galt City Road; Hamilton
Bridge Road east of Bridge;
Quintette Road east of
Escambia River; State Rd. 4
east of Jay City Limits.

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Hassan, Adam
Ebrahem; Male; 4212
Queens Ct, Pace;
Cocaine Distrib Sched
II, Marijuana-Sell
Schedule I, Narcotic
Equip-Possess or Use.
Nelson, Lori Denise;
Female; 44; PO Box 335
Jay; Failure to Appear
for Felony Offense.
Parks, Christopher
William; Male; 22; 6488
Renee Circle, Milton;
Possess Marijuana Over
20 Grams, Narcotic
Equip-Possess And Or
Use. 9/27/07
S l a u g h t e r ,
Christopher Robert;
Male; 36; 817 Hilltop
Rd, Mary Esther, FL;
Probation Violation-
Felony. 9/27/07
Sp.ears, Amanda
Danielle; Female; 22;
7828 S. Airport Rd,
Milton; Probation
Failure to Appear for
Felony Offense. 9/27/07
Bennett, Gary
Wayne; Male; 14; 6025
Nutmeg Ave, Pace;
Burgl of Structure
Conveyance Unarmed
W/O Person Inside,
Marijuana-Possess Not
More Than 20 Grams.
Bess, Kellylynn
Nicole; Female; 20;
1426 Gadsden St,
Pensacola; Larc-Theft is
$300 or More But Less
Than $5,000. 9/27/07
Davis, Franklin
Leon; Male; 27; 6762
Midridge Ct, Milton;
Drive While Lic Susp
Habitual Offender,
Resist Officer-Obstruct
W/O, Violence. 9/27/07
Parker, ' Teresa
Marie; Female; 17; 4212
Queens Ct, Pace;
Cocaine-Possess With
Intent to sell mfg deliv

etc schedule II,
Marijuana-Possess With.
Intent to sell mfg or
deliver schedule I,
Narcotic Equip-Possess
And or Use. 9/27/07
Woodham. Tyler
Keith; Male; 16; 4260
Hwy. 90, Pace; Burgl of
Structure Conveyance
Unarmed W/O Person
Inside, Marijuana-
Possess Not More Than
20 Grams. 9/27/07
Evers, Steven
Patrick; Male; 27; 7729
Jackson St, Pensacola;
Probation Violation-
Felony. 9/28/07
Johns Terold; Male;
33; 6444 Colonial Dr,
Milton; Probation
JTolly, James David;
Male; 68; 3180 Bernath
Dr, Milton; Crimes
Against Person Specif
Felony Commit Act
Could Cause Death
(domestic violence),
Imprisonment Adult
(domestic violence)
Kennerly, Steven
Douglas; Male; 36; 8248
Persimmon Hollow
Road, Milton; Possess
Cocaine, Narcotic Equip
Possess And Or Use,
Tamper With or
Fabricate Physical.
Liephardt, James
Michael; Male; 44; 8406
Verano Dr, Navarre;
Aggrav Battery-Person
Uses a Deadly Weapon
(domestic violence).
Mitchem, Blaze
Celeste; Female; 22; 121
Methodist Ave, Ft
Walton Beach; Larc-
Theft is $300 or More
But Less Than $5,000.
Schlott, Aaron
Matthew; male; 23;
2277 Paloma St,

Navarre; probation
Smith, Scott
Michael; Male; 28; 6515
Colonial Dr, Milton;
Failure to Appear For
Felony Offense (2 cts.).
Chism, Cherie Lynn;
Female; 27; 6242
Audobon Dr., Milton;
Drive While Lic Susp
3rd or Subseq Offense.
Grindle, William
Hugh Jr.; Male; 43; 626
Smoky Rd, Newman,
GA; Homicide-Willful
Kill - Murder
Premeditated. 9/28/07
Gonzalez, Rafael,
Jr., Male; 22; 5478
Hollow Oak Lane, Pace;
Larc-Petit. 1st Offense,
Fraud-Illegal Use Credit
Cards- Deal in
Another's. 9/28/07
Bear., James
Rodney; Male; 26; 6915
Fort Deposit Rd,
Pensacola; Drugs-
Possess Cntrl Sub W/O
Prescription, Marijuana
Possess Not More Than
20 Grams. 9/30/07
Dauzat, Joshua
Edward; Male; 27; 5391
Locklin Ave, Milton;
Fraud-Obtain Controlled
Substance By; 9/28/07
Gonzalez, Rafael
Emilio; Male; 51; 5478
Hollow Oak Ln, Pace;
Larc-Petit 1st Off,
Fraud-Illegal Use Credit
Cards Deal in Anothers.
Nguyen, Kymberlie;
Female; 18; 5269 Jenny
Cir, Pace; Larc-Theft is
$300 or More But Less
Than $5,000. 9/30/07
O'Brien, Pamela
Ann; Female; 27; 5391
Locklin Ave, Milton;
Fraud-Obtain Controlled
Substance By, Drugs-
Traffic 4 Grams Less 30
KG Other Cntrl Subst.
Parker, Michael

Deangelo; Male; 34;
5399 Locklin Ave,
Milton; Drugs-Traffic 4
Grams Less 30 KG
Other Controlled
Substance. 9/28/07
Pope, Terry Ray;
Male; 47; 5208 Green
Springs Dr, Milton;
Drive on Permanently
Revoked Driver License,
Hit & Run-Leave Scene
of Crash Involve
Damage to Prop. 9/30/07
Smith, Jesse Tallen;
Male; 20; 7369 Quinn
Rd, Milton; Possess
Marijuana Over 20
Grams. 9/29/07
Stokes, Mark Earl;
Male; 45; 1613 Ethridge
Mill Rd, Griffin, GA;
Fraud-Swindle Defraud
Innkeeper Under $300,
Possess of Weapon Short
Barreled Gun Rifle or
Machine Gun, Possess
of Weapon or Ammo by
Convicted Fla. Felon.
West George
Warren; Male; 57; 4268
Woodville Rd, Milton;
Drive While Lic Susp
1st Offense, Possess of
Weapon or Ammo By
Convicted Fla Felon.
O'Brien, Robert
Paul; Male; 37; 6712
Ventura Blvd, Milton;
DUI. 9/30/07
Cou billion ,
Christopher Allen;
Male; 26; 8536 High
School Blvd, Navarre;
DUI. 9/30/07
1Dodd, Jeffory
Joseph; Male; 36; 4973
Henry St, Milton; DUI.
Sutton, John
Christian; Male; 33; 745
Juniper Lake Drive,
DeFuniak Springs; DUI,
Refuse to Submit to DUI
Test. 9/29/07
Warnock, Stephanie'
Anne; Female; 21; 3709
Alvin Dr, Pace; DUI and
Damage Property.

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Farmers drowning while

drought conditions end

Farmers in the northern
part of the county have had it
rough, what with the lack of
initial rainfall this year causing
them to plant later in the sea-
Then came the situation
with the Department of
Transportation, and the $1000
tickets for driving their tractors
on public highways in order to
access their fields.
Now, heavy sustained
rainfall over the last two weeks
have severely damaged cotton
and peanut crops at a key time
during harvest season.
Travis Kelley, County
Executive Director of the Farm
Service Agency, says, "we're
at a time during harvest season
we don't need the rain, we
need it during the growing sea-
Kelley, who has toured the
farms in Jay, Allentown,
Chumuckla, and Brownsdale
says while his office is still
assessing the situation, early
estimates set the damages in
the millions of dollars.
He says the farmers were
2/3 of the way finished har-
vesting peanuts, but only 1/4
of the way into harvesting cot-
ton, which was the most affect-
Cotton plants are defoliat-
ed to make harvesting easier
by exposing the bulb, howev-
er, it requires timely action on
the part of the farmer to har-
vest them before they rot or
heavy rains damage them.
The recent storms in Santa
Rosa County, which dropped
as much as 10 -12 inches in
one day, have caused much of
that cotton to, "drip out on the
ground like ice cream," says
To' make matters Worse,

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Mrs. Georgia Smith Swayne

Someone who has made a difference

Mrs. Georgia Smith Swayne, the daughter of
the late Rev. Theo and Donie Smith, well-known
residents of Milton, was born and reared here.
After graduating from Milton High in 1949, she
attended college in Lafayette, LA, returning to
-o Milton in 1953 where she began her teaching

In 1954 she met and married Richard F
Swayne, who was stationed at NAS Whiting
Field, and later traveled to many parts of the
world with him as a Navyiwife.

Her husband, Dick, retired from the Navy in
1962, and they returned to Milton where she
resumed her teaching career in the Santa Rosa
County school system. She continued teaching
at Berryhill Elementary School until her retire-
Mrs. Georgia Smith Swayne ment in 1992, after a 31-year teaching career!

Over the years Georgia has been active at First Baptist Church, teaching, visiting the hospi-
tals and nursing homes, and supporting church and community activities.

One of her true passions has been to help organize and implement the National Day of
Prayer observance in Santa Rosa County, celebrated the first Thursday in May annually.

Georgia lost her husband of 45 years in December of 1999, a gentleman deeply loved by all
who knew him. Since his death she continues to be actively involved in church and community
activities and enjoys serving others whenever and wherever she can.

Georgia is someone who has and is continuing to make a monumental difference...


Hwy 90 at 89, Milton



Farmers who got their crops in early were fortunate not to suffer the damages caused by recent rains
which helped end the local drought conditions.
Press Gazette photo by Bill Gamblin

the rains have caused the
leaves on the cotton plant to
turn green again which stains
the cotton. Farmers get a
deduction for this and it affects
the price they get.
In addition, the cotton seed
has begun to sprout, which
Kelley says is bad for the gin-
ning process. Farmers depend
on the value of that seed,
which in most cases pays for
the cost of the gin.
"It's a terrible state," he
says, "cotton is where the
farmers had hoped to make
their money this year."
Peanut crops were also
affected. Kelley explains
before peanuts are harvested
the vines are inverted and the
peanuts are given time to dry
before picking.
Kelley says due to the
rains, instead of the average 3-
5 days the peanuts ended up

waiting 10- 12 before they
could be harvested. As a result
the vines had turned brittle and
much of the yield was lost.
A report has been sent to
the Secretary of Agriculture in
both Florida and Washington
D.C. by Kelley who is also the
Chairman of the County
Emergency Board.
He -says he currently
knows of no emergency legis-
lation or aid for the 2007 crop.
"It could come later on," he
says, "but they need it now."
He adds, " many [farmers]
have to pay land rent by the
end of the year."
While farmers have crop
insurance, Kelley says it sim-
ply is not enough to cover the
Currently, the House and
the Senate are working to pass
a Farm Bill, legislation that
acts as a farmer's safety net


Continued From Page One
Dillon reports last year the
Santa Rosa County School
District spent half a million
dollars more than they made
in revenue, the difference of
which came out of the dis-
trict's fund balance.
"This trend will increase,"
predicts Dillon, who says, "
you can only live off your sav-
ings for so long."
"It is not the Board's
choice to operate this way, but
they find themselves in the
financial position where
there's no other option."
A number of solutions are
being discussed including a
"staggered bus schedule,"
whereby the time each school
begins in the morning is
scheduled in such a way that
less school buses can pick up
more kids.
Joey Herald, with the
District's Transportation
Department, set the savings
for the district at a conserva-

tive one million dollars if this
idea is utilized.
Also being discussed are
four period days for high
school teachers, as well as
year round schooling.
This would take the strain
off existing facilities by
relieving 1/5 of the total stu-
dent population at any given
time while they are on break.
The practical application
of these solutions are made
more difficult when one con-
siders district officials esti-
mate they will need 57 new
class rooms in 2008.
The budgetary cutbacks
are compounded by the stag-
gering figure of 20-21 million
dollars spent each year on per-
sonnel alone to handle growth
and classroom size require-
Dillon remarks, "These
are the types of issues you're
juggling when the economy is
having problems and your
dealing with cutbacks."

says Kelley.
"It guarantees them they'll
receive some benefit or pay-
ment from this office. It's not
much, but they depend on
every dime they can get."
Kelley says if the market
price is not high enough we
offer a commodity loan rate
for program crops of which
cotton and peanuts qualify.
The farmer can put his crop:
under loan for 52 cents per
pound and then wait for the:
market to rise. If this doesn't
happen the farmer will at least
get the rate determined by the
The old Farm Bill expired,
on September 30, and as
Kelley points out, a new one is,
needed. "We have to have one,
and they know we need it
On a positive note, Kelley
says some relief was recently.
provided, not by the govern-
ment, but by local radio station
Cat Country 98.7, who raised
enough money to pay for the;
tickets issued to the two farm-
ers in Jay by the Department of


Continued From Page One
alleged Barnes obtained the
children's social security num-
bers to file for tax refunds,
using a popular at home tax
Schneider says a guilty
plea can be grounds for
"exceptance of responsibility
points" under the govern-
ment's sentencing guidelines,
which would be cause for a
sentence reduction.
Barnes had faced the pos-
sibility of a five-year maxi-
mum for each false claim, and
15 years for each case of iden-
tity theft.
The crime as outlined in
the original indictment carried
with it a $250, 000 fine for
each count of the indictment
on both offenses.

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Wednesday-October 31, 2007

Santa Rosa's Press bdzette

P . _ A &

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Santa Rosa's Press Gazette


Navy League honors sailors

The Santa Rosa County
Council of the Navy League
honored three Sailors for the
outstanding performance of
their jobs Wednesday, Oct. 24
at Naval Air Station (NAS)
Whiting Field. The ceremony
occurred during the monthly
meeting of the Santa Rosa
Chapter of the Military
Officers Association of
America committee meeting.
Hospital Corpsman 1st
Class Pamela Jenkins,
Aviation Warfare Systems
Operator 2nd Class Tomas
Olmocarmona, and Aviation
Boatswain's Mate 3rd Class
Shawn Clay were selected as
the League's Sailor of the
Quarter, Junior Sailor of the
Quarter, and Bluejacket of the
Quarter. Nominations were
submitted from NAS Whiting
Field and its tenant com-
mands. The three Sailors were
selected from a pool of more
than 20 candidates.
"It's a privilege to be here
to honor these fine Sailors,"
said Brian Watkins, president
of the Santa Rosa County
Council of the Navy League.
"We feel it is important to rec-
ognize the efforts of these
young men and women - not
only in work, but for their
community service as well. It
lets them know we are behind
Jenkins is the leading
petty officer for the
Administrative Department of
the Naval Branch Health
Clinic at NAS Whiting Field
where she supervises the
maintenance of more than
6,500 health records. As a

Santa Rosa County Council of the Navy League SOQ Hospital Corpsman 1 st Class Pamela Jenkins,
JSOQ Aviation Warfare Specialist 2nd Class Tomas Olmocarmona, and BJOQ Aviation Boatswain's
Mate 3rd Class Shawn Clay stand with their department heads and Capt. Enrique Sadsad, command-
ing officer of Naval Air Station Whiting Field, after receiving their awards.
U.S. Navy photo by Jay Cope

senior petty officer, Jenkins
cares for her junior personnel
by serving as the command
financial specialist, by leading
morale building functions and
spearheading quality of life
programs. She also has volun-
teered numerous off-duty
hours lecturing on personal
safety programs, providing
hearing and vision checks for
youths, and county clean-up
Olmocarmona worked as
the leading petty officer for
Helicopter Training Squadron
18. His duties include execut-
ing the daily flight schedule

for the squadron overseeing
more than 150 evolutions per
day. He also served as a TH-
57 helicopter crew chief, a
landing signalman, and the
assistant command fitness
leader. Olmocarmona's care
for the elderly was commend-
able as he performed yard
work for persons unable to do
it themselves, keeping them
from paying costly fines they
cannot afford.
Clay provides firefighting
support to NAS Whiting Field,
and is the only third class
petty officer to qualify as an
Aircraft Rescue Fire Fighting

(ARFF) fire chief. He also
earned his national certifica-
tion as an emergency medical
technician, and is an auxiliary
fire fighter for the Ferry Pass
fire department.
The league works with
local businesses to arrange for
an award package to present to
the Sailors, which includes
gift certificates, framed pre-
sentations, and savings bonds.
But it is the recognition of the
community that they truly
"It means a lot to know
the community supports us,"
said Jenkins.

County offers pet assistance

Santa Rosa County has
received a one-time grant of
- $18,000 from "Florida
Animal Friend, Inc." license
, plate program to offer a dis-
count spay and neuter pro-
!,'*gram for income-eligible res-
, idents. Over 70 percent of
. animals that come to the
county's shelter each year
face an early death due to an
over abundance of animals.
By offering this program,
Santa Rosa County hopes to
make the sterilization of ani-
mals more affordable and
'- decrease the number of
unwanted animals born each
year. Santa Rosa County is
one of only 16 non-profit or
governmental organizations
selected to receive a grant for
As part of the grant,
approved applicants who
already own their pet pay
' only $20 for dogs and $15 for
cats to have their pets spayed
or neutered at a participating
- veterinarian. The grant subsi-
dizes $50 per pet. For more
information, call Santa Rosa

County Animal Services at
(850) 983-4680 or visit the
shelter at 4451 Pine Forest
Road, Milton between 8 a.m.
and 4 p.m., Monday through
.Friday and 9.a.m. - 1 30 p.m.
on Saturday:, s. The application
can. also be found online at
To learn more about the
animal friend license plate
program, visit: http://flori-
Why Spay or Neuter?
According to the Humane
Society of the United States,
spaying or neutering is good
for you pet, you and the com-
Spaying or Neutering Is
Good for Your Pet
* Spaying and neutering
helps dogs and cats live
longer, healthier lives.
* Spaying and neutering
can eliminate or reduce the
incidence of a number of
health problems that can be
very difficult or expensive to

* Spaying eliminates the
possibility of uterine or ovar-
ian cancer and greatly
reduces the incidence of
breast cancer, particularly\
,Alien your, pet is spayed
before her first eqsrous c\ cle
* Neutering eliminates
testicular cancer and decreas-
es the incidence of prostate
Spaying or Neutering Is
Good for You
* Spaying and neuteringi
makes pets better, more affec-
tionate companions.
* Neutering cats makes
them less likely to spray and
mark territory.
* Spaying a dog or cat
eliminates her heat cycle.
Estrus lasts an average of six:
to 12 days, often twice a year,
in dogs and an average, of six
to seven days, three or more
times a year, in cats. Females
in heat can cry incessantly,
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mals, and also exhibit escape
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often exhibit more behavior
and temperament problems
than do those who have been
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* Stray pets and homeless
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areas or on private lawns, and
frighten or anger people who
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, munity to an ice cream social
'' from 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m.
' Friday, Nov. 2 at Texas
Roadhouse, located at 6645
Caroline St. in Milton. The
social is free and open to the
public. In addition to ice
cream, attendees will receive a
copy of Five Wishes, an easy
to use living will, and will also

be encouraged to share their
story and legacy with their
family and loved ones.
This local event is part of
a broader national campaign
launched by the National
Hospice and Palliative Care
Organization (NHPCO)
reminding people that hospice
is not about how you die but
how you live. There will be a
range of activities across the
country throughout November

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KofC to hold Spelling Bee

The Milton Knights of
Columbus will host their
annual spelling bees Saturday,
' November 10, starting at 9:00
a.m. Students from Santa
Rosa elementary, middle, and
high schools will converge at
the Knights of Columbus Hall
at 5470 Dogwood Drive.
Rusty Bradberry is
spelling bee chair and Ronald
Winn is Grand Knight of host
chapter Father Thomas G.
Lorigan Council 7027.
) The Knights of Columbus
local competition is open to
' school spelling bee winners in
grades 5-10, with 5th and 6th

graders competing in the
Level I bee, 7th and 8th
graders in Level II, and 9th
and 10th graders in level III.
Prizes are ribbons and savings
bonds valued at $75 for 1st
place and $50 for 2nd place,
and ribbons and $15 cash for
3rd place. Winners advance to
the K of C district bee, which
will be held at a future date.
Immediately following
the local K of C bee, all par-
ticipants in grades 5-8 will
face off in the Santa Rosa
County Spelling Bee. The
winner of this bee receives a
$100 savings bond and repre-

sents Santa Rosa at the
Scripps-Howard regional bee
hosted by the Kiwanis and
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For the past three years,
Santa Rosa County bee win-
ners have advanced to the
Scripps-Howard regional bee
in Panama City and to the
National Spelling Bee in
Washington, D.C. Meagan
Schaeffner of Gulf Breeze
Middle earned the all-expense
paid trip in 2004, and Sharon
Daugherty represented
Bagdad Elementary in 2005
and Avalon Middle in 2006.

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about the ice cream social or
National Hospice Month, con-
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The missing

line today

Today there is one line missing in society, which is
needed more than any other - the line where your rights
end and others begin.
Recently an editorial called into question the smok-
ing that fouled a bingo players air.
Smoking is harmful to more than just the smoker.
But the last time it was checked cigarettes are legal to
purchase as long as you were over the age of 18.
The only problem about the fact someone smokes, is
their relatives and love ones or maybe even you will
turn around and sue the cigarette manufacturers for your
own stupidity.
Next, someone will sue a fast food restaurant for
their obesity or the fact they needed a quadruple by-pass
because they up-sized every meal purchased via the
drive-thru window.
And this mysterious line gets even harder to find
when you mingle in public.
How many times have you tried to talk to someone
standing right beside you only to end up yelling because
a passing car is vibrating its way along because its radio
being turned up way too loud.
And speaking of being in public, there has been an
ordinance passed about skateboarding in Milton along
the sidewalks and such, but it doesn't seem to be getting
Skaters can go where they wish and not be held
accountable to those laws passed.
Is it their right to skate on public sidewalks or in a
park that is posted as a prohibited area.
They certainly seem to think so.
It would behoove people to stop and realize their
personal wishes do not always go along with the rest of
It is even getting to the point some public displays
are crossing the line when you look at some who want
to take and force their ethics, values, and principals
upon others.
But where is the missing line?
We have an out of bounds line in football.
There is a foul line in baseball.
Basketball has sidelines to limit the players area.
There is even a foul line in bowling, but the hardest
line to find today is our own individual out of bounds
We all have rights and part of our constitution is the
Bill of Rights which guarantee us basic tenants such as
the right to bear arms, freedom of speech, freedom of
religion, and much more.
This doesn't give people the right to shoot you, tell
you how to feel, or what to do as long as you live in the
basic framework of our society and the laws established
by the government.
Before you get upset about what someone does,
maybe you should go out and find the missing line we
all at times need to go out and find.
And if you ever happen to find it, please share it with
the rest of us, because then you will have found a way to
co-exist with the rest of the world with respect for your
fellow man's freedoms as well.


Vol. 100, Number 58





Free trade turned out to be costly

The 2006 congressional elec-
tions were a turning point for U.S.
trade policy. One issue that helped
Democrats retake the Congress was
a renewed sense of distrust among
the electorate of our government's
trade policy, commonly mislabeled
as "free trade." President Bush has
lost his "fast track" authority to
negotiate new agreements without
Congress being able to amend them.
Arid a number of agreements that '
have already been negotiated are
now less likely to pass Congress -
including ones with South Korea
and Colombia.
Plus the current round of negoti-
ations in the World Trade
Organization (WTO), after nearly
six years, has stalled.
The conventional wisdom, which
dominates the major media, is that
this turn away from "free trade" and
toward "protectionism" is tragic and
dangerous for Americans. But is it?
First, let us dispense with the mar-
keting term "free trade," which is
completely deceptive. The WTO, for
example, has lowered some barriers
to trade but increased others - such
as protectionism for the patent
monopolies held by pharmaceutical
companies. It is not even clear, in a
strictly economic calculation, that
American consumers have gained
more from the WTO's lowering of
other trade barriers than they have
lost from the higher price of goods

due to its protectionism.
This is the proper way to look at
changes in trade policy: who gains
and who loses. This is also the pre-
diction of standard economic theory:
nations can gain from opening to
trade, but within countries, some
gain and others lose. But the "free-
traders" always use averages, e.g.
"the average household has gained
$10,000 from free trade .. . " No\\
if a hedge fund manager makes an
edftra"illion dollars, �t can raise the
average income in his town or sub-
urb quite a bit. But it doesn't do
much for others in the area; and in
fact, it is likely to be at the rest of
the public's expense.
Real wages - adjusted for infla-
tion -- for the more than 100 million
people that make up most of our
labor force were just 10 percent
higher in 2006 than they were in
1973. This marks a revolutionary
upward redistribution of income
from the workers to the rich, vastly
different from the prior 25 years,
when real worker wages increased
by 74 percent. How much of this
redistribution is due to trade, or
more broadly, the "globalization"
that includes the movement of pro-
duction to countries with low wages,
repressed labor, and weak environ-
mental regulation?
It turns out that even if only a
small part of this wage stagnation is
due to globalization, it is more than
enough to cancel the gains that the

vast majority of Americans have
gotten from cheaper imports. In
other words, the last three decades 5
of foreign commercial policy have ,
been a net loss for most Americans.
Of course, if your job is protect-^
ed from international competition -
CEOs, lawyers, doctors, journalists,,-
economists - then lowering other *
people's wages gives you a bigger
piece of the economic pie. No xwon-
der the chattering cktlases denounce e
"protectionism" tor e ei~ ofie b'u' .'
Looking forward, the World ^
Bank estimates that the gains to the
U.S. economy from a successful ,
round of WTO negotiations at
between $2.7 billion and $6.8 bil- ,
lion a year - about one to three
weeks' spending on the Iraq war.
And we are supposed to be worried '
if this round collapses?
The conventional wisdom is
that there are huge gains from
trade, but since benefits are not so
visible and are dispersed among #
many consumers, "protectionists" ;
who might lose jobs prevail against �
the public interest. The reality is
the opposite: the losses are dis-
persed among the majority of work-,
ers through lower wages. The gains ,
are concentrated among the big cor-,,
porations who own our Congress c
and lobby for "free trade."
Mark Weisbrot is co-director of
the Center for Economic and Policy,
Research, in Washington, D.C.



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Turn to Jesus
FM: Jim Liberacki
East Side Baptist Church
Milton, Fla.

Freedom of the press is a
great privilege in our country.
This permits newspaper pub-
lishers and their individual
writers to write about any and
all topics. At times, such edi-
torials or articles are objec-
tive. At other times, they may
be highly critical or highly
One of your writers, Obie
Crain, has served the newspa-
per and the public with a
wonderful and respectful
writing style. Such a style
might be called "Southern
Charm". He has written on a
wide variety of subjects and
has written articles about

institutions, organizations,
businesses, and people. East.
Side Baptist Church was
thrilled when he expressed
interest in writing about the
church on her 65th anniver-
sary. And he did a superb job.
Everyone was well pleased.
In the Wednesday edition,
Oct. 24, 2007, Mr. Crain
highlighted an area business
called Celestial Inspirations.
In the article, readers are
delightfully encouraged to
stop in and meet psychics and
purchase their wares. The
variety of religious items
available is like eating at a
buffet. the choices noted
include, but are not limited
to, "Traditional Christianity,
Buddhism, Hinduism, Wicca,
and Native American beliefs."
While others might say the
same about their religious

preference, I must declare and
testify that none deserve
equal billing with my God
and Savior Jesus Christ.
Mankind may set Him along
side Buddha, Allah, and a
host of other gods and spirits;
but in the end, the One True
Living God will prove
Supreme when every knee
bows and every tongue con-
fesses that Jesus Christ is
The preaching of the cross
is foolishness to many, but
this is the power and wisdom
of God. Therefore, I urge all,
turn away from vanity, and
turn to Jesus, the only One
who can save our sinful soul.

Also signing this letter from
the chuch were:
Mary L. Justice
Mable Peacock

M. Arnold
B. Herst
Myrtice Brabston
Betsy Joachimi
Linda Smith
Phillip Smith
Tom Joachimi
Judy Gallant
Barbara Westerby
Dennis Payne
Victor Heath
Betty Morgan
Carl Thomas
June Guenther
David Guenther
Bobby Zarahn
Lynette Johnson
Anna A. Zarahn
Geneva Strickland
Edith DuBose
Mary Matthews
Irene Weaver
Robert Potter
Ann Gambrell
Michael Gambrell

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Stan Schneider portrays a Staff Sergeant and Ron Bell, his German Prisoner of War during the seventh Annual Ghost Walk, a walking
tour of Milton's most historic sites. POW's were kept at Whiting Field during WWII. After the war was over it is reported that sever-
al of the Germans did not want to go back home, preferring to remain in the states.


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(Above) Cheryl Dalen, a member of the Walton Guard Inc. Living
History group stands in period costume in front of the Ollinger
house on Pine Street. The home was built in 1875. (Right) The
ghost of General Andrew Jackson walks the Veteran's Memorial
Plaza relating the story of how he acquired the Florida territory
from the Spanish in 1821. (Below) Elvis Presley rocked Milton on
Friday and Saturday night in front of the Exchange Hotel. The
King once stayed in Milton during a 1956 concert he was giving
at the Bayfront Auditorium in Pensacola.

Press Gazette photos by Ryan Arvay

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Suncoast Flooring in Milton is able, ready, and willing to assist with all your flooring needs

Your floors say a lot
about you personally. And
making the right choice in
style and design of your
floor covering is one of the
most important decisions
you will ever have to make
in connection with a new or
remodeled home or com-
mercial enterprise.
Making such a decision
is not always an easy task,
either. It's a process in
which you have to consider
not only your personal tastes
for flair and fashion, but the
actual use to which your
floor's surface must adjust.
Will there be children or
pets involved, for example?
But not to worry. The
experienced staff of flooring
professionals at Suncoast
Flooring is available, ready,
and willing to assist you
with answers to any ques-
tions you may have about
the kind of floor that would
be most appropriate for you,
or offer some stress-reliev-
ing backup suggestions that
you might not have consid-
But the most important
part of the equation is the
availability of actual sam-
ples that you will be able to
see and feel and experience.
There are literally thousands
and thousands of material
samples that you will be
able to observe and ask
about individually from pro-
fessionals who know floor
covering and are experi-
enced in its applications.
There you have it!
Milton's newest and one of
its most completely outfitted
floor covering stores in
terms of available style,
design, and inventory any-
where in the area.
Located at 6532
Caroline Street in the Six
Flags Shopping Plaza, the
store is Suncoast Flooring's
third store of a growing

company that has made its
reputation in fair, square,
and ethical dealings with the
public. The company's main
office and warehouses are
located at 2820 West
Fairfield Drive in Pensacola,
with another branch opera-
tion established at 5660 Gulf
Breeze Parkway in Gulf
The company's owner,
Dave Woollen, is still active
in the management of the
stores, and materially partic-
ipates in their operations
each day.
The Milton store was
opened this past June with
Jeff Dykes as general man-
ager. Jeff says that the com-
pany's sales staff has a com-
bined total of almost one
hundred years of experience
in the floor covering busi-
Suncoast Flooring offers
a complete line of floor cov-
ering sales and installations,
catering to residential and
commercial applications,
property management con-
cerns, and home builders
and building contractors.
Although the store has a
limited amount of in-house
inventory, procuring floor
covering products and mate-
rial for delivery to the cus-
tomer is remarkably fast,
and Jeff says that order ful-
fillment is completed in,
roughly, a two-week time
frame. "It's rather quick in
terms of what other big-
name stores offer," he said.
"And of course we prob-
ably won't beat the prices
that these big home
improvement stores can
offer because we aren't able
to buy in volume like they'
do." Jeff said, "but we are
much quicker on installation
He indicated that in
some cases the large dis-
count houses promise instal-
lAtions in four to five weeks,
whereas Suncoast Flooring
can accomplish the same

work in half the time, seven
to fourteen days. "And
another area in which we
excel is the free estimates,"
Jeff said. "The large dis-
count home improvement
houses charge for these,
whereas we go out to your
residence or commercial
establishment and do them
for free."
And their estimates are
reliable, according to Jeff,
who says that if they per-
form an estimate and it
comes in over estimate,
Suncoast Flooring will com-
plete the job for the estimate
prepared. "That's nothing
short of peace of mind, rest-
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been told the cost would be
is exactly that," he said.
Fashionable vinyl floor-
coverings like Flexitec (the
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Flexitec has an excep-
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It's a very flexible material
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Resilient trends in
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They're quiet, comfortable,
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Decorator and Sales Associate Carla Nunley and Milton's Suncoast Flooring General Manager
Jeff Dykes are anxious to meet more area residents who are considering replacing the floor cover-
ing in their homes. They're both friendly and knowledgeable and are looking forward to seeing
more local shoppers. You see, they've never seen a stranger, only friends they've never met! Go by ,
the store at 6532 Carolyn Street in the Six Flags Shopping Center or give them a call at 623-9389
to learn more about what they have to offer. (Photo by Obie Crain.)

not even for installations in
moisture-prone areas like
kitchens and full bathrooms.
Plus, you can walk on the
floor immediately after it's
installed since there is no
need for a drying time. And
the styles are almost end-
Floor covering is trendy,
Jeff said. Over the years the
trend has been to gradually
go to hard surfaces like tile
and wood and laminates. In
fact he estimates that most
homes today ratio their car-
pet and hardcover flooring
to a 30 to 70 ratio, with car-
pet still king in the bed-
room. Older folks tend to
want to stick with carpet,
But carpet, he said, isn't
the same as it used to be. It's

been redefined and re-engi-
neered using more environ-
mentally accepted material
that makes it a lot better
than the older lines. And the
older more conventional
high end brands are still in
demand. Names like
Mohawk and Gulistan are
on display in such abundant
samples that it would be
impossible to name all the
distinguished styles and col-
Store hours at Suncoast
Flooring are 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Monday through Fridays
and a half day on Saturdays.
"We know that many people
don't have the time to get by
during the week, so we
make every effort we can to
accommodate them by open-
ing from 9 a.m. on

Saturday and remaining
open until 1 p.m.," Jeff said.
You're welcome any
time they're open at
Suncoast Flooring. Manager
Jeff Dykes or Sales
Associate and Decorator
Carla Nunley will most like-
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meet when you visit the
store. If you care to call, the
number is (850) 623-9389.
They will be just as happy
to make your acquaintance
on the phone
A carpet, some tile, lam-
inate, or new wood from
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fal in love with you all over
again - no matter how much
you walk on them!

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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 inter-
mittently, will celebrate the
historical heritage of Santa
Rosa County through pho-
tos, old and new, that show
how some of our most
cherished landmarks have
faired through the years;
what's changed and what
If you have an old
photo featuring landmarks
in Santa Rosa County,
specifically those that still
exist in some form, please
forward them to us, and
we'll consider 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

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The First Presbyterian Church on Elmira Street in Milton has not changed much in the last 80 years. However, the original church building on that site was a white,
wooden structure, with a tall steeple built in 1868. Reverend J. Lewis raised $645 to build it after trips to New Orleans and Mobile to secure funding. In 1927 church
officials decided, rather than demolish the existing building, they would brick up the walls and build around it. The original church is still encased within the red brick
building we see today. The wings were added at the same time to accommodate Sunday school classes.
Special thanks to Laurie Green, Nathan Woolsey, and the Santa Rosa Historical Society for the photo and its history.

Stokes have golden celebration

Mary Ann Howes and
Ray Carson Stokes were
married June 20, 1957 in
Jacksonville, FL.
Their children, grand-
children and great grand-
children surprised them
with a party celebration
on their 50th anniversary
on June 23 at their home
in Gurley, AL.
In attendance were
Ray Jr. (Buddy) and

Bonnie Stokes,
Marguerite McLean,
Christy and Daniel Bean
and their children-Kayle
and Jace, Aimee Redd and
her children Shiane and
Ashton as well as other
family members, friends
and neighbors.
Mr. Stokes had been a
commercial fisherman
after retiring from the US
Navy and was active in

Avalon Beach for the 34
years they lived there,
Mrs. Stokes had
retired after teaching in
the elementary school for
40 years, 21 of them in
Santa Rosa County (T.R.
Jackson, Hobbs Middle
and East Milton). She was
an active member of the
Mae Edwards United
Methodist Church.
Their children, grand-

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children and great grand-
children went to school in
Santa Rosa County.
They moved to Gurley,
just outside of Huntsville
after rebuilding their
home that Hurricane Ivan
put three feet of water
through their house in the
Escambia Shores section
of Avalon Beach.
Their son lives in
nearby Huntsville.
Mary Ann Howes Stokes and
Ray Carson Stokes celebrated
thier golden 50th wedding
anniversary on June 23 at their
home in Hurley, Ala.
Submitted photo

Jones and Johnson to

say vows in November
Steven and Gwen Jones of
Pace, announce the engage-
ment of their daughter, Megan
Laurel to Jonathan David, son
of Richard and Kaye Johnson
also of Pace. The couple plan
to be married on November
17, 2007 at 2:00 at Pace
Assembly Prayer Chapel in
Megan is a graduate of '
Pace High School and is cur-
rently a senior at the
University of West Florida
where she will graduate in the
Spring with a degree in
Elementary Education. She
is currently employed at
Beyond the Bell.
David is also a graduate of
Pace High School and gradu-
ated from the University of
West Florida the past summer
with a degree in Criminology.
He is currently employed with
Gulf Atlantic Shutter Co.
After a honeymoon cruise, Megan Jones and Jonathan Johnson announce plans for a
the couple will reside in Pace. November wedding.

Gunton-Johnson to wed

S Dr. & Mrs. John C.
Gunton of Milton are pleased
.. announce the engagement
and upcoming wedding of
S their beloved daughter, Renita
Lynn to Raymond Paul
Johnson, Jr.,- son of Rebecca
Johnson of Milton and
Raymond Paul Johnson, Sr.,
of Pensacola.
The bride-elect is a 1993
graduate of Faith Christian
, School of Milton. She gradu-
Sated from Pensacola Junior
College and earned a Bachelor
of Arts in Humanities from
University West Florida.
-. The future bridegroom is a
graduate of Macedonian
Baptist Academy in Eufaula,
". AL. He received a Bachelor of
Arts in English from the
J"University of West Florida,
and is pursuing a Gospel min-
The wedding is planned
for 1:30 p.m., Saturday,
January 12, 2008 at Heritage
Renita Gunton and Raymond Johnson announce plans for a Chapel, 3375 Garcon Point
January wedding. Road, Milton, Florida.

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Students learn about fire safety from NAS firefighters

Pre-school students from First Steps Christian School in Pace, Fla. lis-
ten intently as Aviation Boatswain's Mate 2nd Class (Air Warfare)
Mark Rodriquez shows them how a firefighter wears his helmet and
mask. Rodriquez and Aviation Boatswain's Mate 3rd Class (Air
Warfare) Larry Baron visited the school Oct. 17 in conjunction with
the school's Fire Prevention and Safety Week. -U.S. Navy photo by
Ensign Laura Stegherr.

Aviation Boatswain's Mate 2nd Class (Air V\ art.-c i Mark Rodriquez
and Aviation Boatswain's Mate 3rd Class (Air Warfare) Larry Baron
demonstrate how to use a fire hose to students from First Steps
Christian School in Pace. The pre-school students learned about fire
safety and firefighting practices from the two Sailors stationed at
Naval Air Station Whiting Field. -U.S. Navy photo by Ensign Laura

Revival starts Thursday

The Full Gospel
Community Church, 6199
Gainey Ford Road in Jay will
have a 3 night revival begin-
ning at 7 p.m. each night.
Thursday (Nov. 1) Jonathon
McCullough will be preach-
ing and singing. On Friday,
(Nov. 2) John Shamblin will
be ministering and music

given by local people. On
Saturday (Nov." 3) Bobby
Carnley will bring the Word
and there will be local
singers. For more informa-
tion, please contact Bill
Thompson at 850-675-3886
or Tim Floyd at 850-359-

Aviation Boatswain's Mate 2nd Class (Air Warfare) Mark Rodriquez
shows pre-school students from First Steps Christian School in Pace,
Fla. how to hold a fire hose. Rodriquez volunteered to visit the school
Oct. 17 to teach the children about firefighting and fire safety. He is a
member of Crash Division aboard Naval Air Station Whiting Field.
- U.S. Navy photo by Ensign Laura Stegherr.

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Aviation Boatswain's Mate 2nd Class (Air Warfare) Mark Rodriquez
and Aviation Boatswain's Mate 3rd Class (Air Warfare) Larry Baron,
Crash Division Sailors aboard NAS Whiting Field, show a pre-school-
er at First Steps Christian School in Pace, Fla. how to wear a firefight-
er's mask. The Sailors' volunteered to visit the school Oct. 17 to
demonstrate basic fire safety rules to the children. -U.S. Navy photo
by Ensign Laura Stegherr.

Bake/Craft/Yard Sale!

On Saturday , Novembei
3. fiomn S am until 12 n'oon. a
combination Bake/Crall/Yard
sale \.ill be held at the pa\il-
ion of Hickor', Hammock
Bapiust Church in East
Million. The sale is spon,,ured
b\ the 50+ Mmintlies and all
proceed,; k ill go Lt the muMic
minjstrn to be used tow' ard the

purchase of a new piano.
Come buy 'elicioust
homemade baked goods made
by some of the best cooks in
Million! Lois of calls - ome
t'o Christmas. There ,. ill also
be gieat bagaiams in our \ard

Bus Drivers hold benefit yard sale Saturday

Bus drivers will be holding a
benefit yard sale on Saturday,
November 3, from 7 a.m. to 3

p.m. in front of the storage
buildings on Glover Lane. All
proceeds will go towards the

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Dear Pastor Gallups - "The Pope's recent statement that
the Catholic Church is the only true church seemed to upset
a lot of people. What do you make of this statement?" - L.E.
Dear L.E.,
For many hundreds and hundreds of years the Catholic
Church, the Catholic Catechism and Catholic Popes have
been proclaiming this. Some Popes have stated it more
harshly than others. The late Pope John Paul - was some-
what more "liberal" or "lenient" than the statement issued by
the current Pope just a few weeks ago.
It is this belief by the Catholic Church and the Church
of England (first cousin to the Roman Catholic Church) that
caused many of our forefathers to come to the American
shores to start a new way of life free from religious persecu-
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I have been speaking to and writing to this proclaimed
"truth" by the Catholic Church for years. It has been surpris-
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Catholic or world history. I have had some Catholics get
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Jesus as Lord and are born - again through his Holy Spirit.
Neither the Catholic Church nor any other churches, includ-
ing Baptists, have a corner on the "only" truth and the "real"
church membership. I hope this helps you.

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First Pentecostal Church in Bagdad is host-
ing their Fall Festival Saturday, November 3, 2007 from 7
a.m. to 3 p.m. Everyone is invited out for a day of fun and fel-
lowship. There ,will be something for e\ er\ one. Dinners will
be served 'fr -0 aind theie will be adeliboothl Call 623-6691
oi 6_'23- 2105 for information and the inu. .
Victory Life Church will be hosting their Fall
Festival on Saturday, Nov. 3 from 5 to 8 p.m. The cost is free.
The church is located at 7235 Highway 90 in East Milton.
Everyone is welcome to come out and have fun. For more
information, call 623-3258 or 623-6831.
Pine Forest United Methodist Church
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10 from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Activities include arts and craft ven-
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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-
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:
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
10.2.A AND POLICIES 10.2.A.1 THOUGH 10.2.A.6 TO IMPLE-

Ordinance No. 2:
Zoning District Ameinded: from AG (Agriculture District) to RR1I
-(Rural Residential District) - total'approximately"965 (+/-)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 R1 M (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.

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
and will make reasonable modifications for access to this meeting
upon request. Please call Santa Rosa County Planning, Zoning and
Development Division at (850) 981-7075 to make a request. For
Hearing-Impaired, 1-800-955-8770 (Voice). Requests must be
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It's 'do or die' time for Milton

L Jay to play final district game on Friday in Carrabelle

Press Gazette Sports Editor
Friday night is do or die
time for the Milton Panthers.
After suffering their only
loss of the season to their
rivals to the West-Pace, the
Panthers find themselves in a
must win situation if they
want to play in the post sea-
The winner between
Milton and Tate will live to
play on at the end of the sea-
son, while the loser with have
one more Friday night ahead
of them.

"We have to be at our best
this Friday," said Milton Head
Coach Mike McMillion. "It is
a must win situation for us
because of it being a three
team district."
Tate, who lost to Pace a
couple of weeks ago 51-28, is
not the same football team
some fans have grown accus-
tomed to putting a W by on the
"Tate took a big step for-
ward last year," said
McMillion. "And they are a
good football team that you
have to contend with.

"Those guys have put in a
lot of work and they will need
all of our focus on Friday
night if we hope to win."
McMillion pointed out the
Aggies, who lost 33-13 last
week to Pensacola High, have
a sound defense and a lot of
skill on offense.
Last season the Panthers
held on to a 21-16 win at
home against an Aggie team
that won only two games in
2006 and have already dou-
bled that mark this year.
"We are in a. situation
where we cannot afford to

look back and we definitely
cannot afford to look for-
ward," said McMillion. "We
will put all of our focus into
the task at hand this Friday."
This game against Tate
will mark a one-week stretch
where the Panthers will have
to play three games, as
Monday will be a make-up
game against Navarre fol-
lowed by a Friday game at
Pine Forest.
"Once we finish playing
Friday against Tate, we will
immediately shift our focus to
Navarre," said McMillion

about Monday's make-up
game. "Then we will start
work on Tuesday for Pine
This kind of a schedule
does not bode well for a team
like many others who has the
typical bumps and sprains this
late in the season.
"We will just have. to put
some band-aids on our owies
and get ready to play," said
Another team with a.
marathon schedule is Jay.
Despite having clinched a
playoff berth, they still have a

district game against Franklin
County this Friday in
But Royals' Head Coach
Elijah Bell is not worried
about Franklin just yet.
"All I know about
Franklin County is they have
not won a game all year," said
Bell at press time on Monday.
"Right now we are focusing
all of our energy on Tuesday."
Yesterday the Royals host-
ed Port St. Joe in a make-up
game that would decide the
District 1-A championship.
See FRIDAY Page 2C

Royals put the

bite on Gators

PG Sports Correspondent
Big plays came in clusters
for Jay's Royals against dis-
trict opponent Wewahitchka
Friday at Merle V. North
The Royals started with a
bang and scored on their first
six possessions to ice the
Gators early.
Dale Barlow was just one
ingredient in the Jay offensive
arsenal, but accounted fro 182
all-purpose yards. His 97-yard
kick-off return to start the
game set the tone as Jay went
on top 7-0.
"That kick-off return let
the air out of Wewa right off
the bat," stated Jay Head
Coach Elijah Bell. "He's been.
our return man all year. The
blocking was good and he just
got in the wedge."
Energized by that,
Barlow's teammates went to
work and finished off the visi-
tors by the half.
Jay scored their second

touchdown of the night ,n .1i
nifty 97 yards drive in iiu[t
four snaps.
From the Gator 47. qua.r-
terback Brant Hendit C-
found Barlow all alone -.-ii
perfect pass play to ni.i.c it
13-0 as Tyler DeGraaf'. pomt
after was wide left.
The Royals hit pai\ dili
again after holding We"..., on
downs at the Jay 48. \ttei
driving to the Gator 9, .... ,l
more Rush Hendricls sco-'i-.d
in to put Jay in the drivers,
at 20-0.
Jay kept the press.iric .'n
the Wewa offense and eLi up
the Royal offense for the
"knock out punch" with 11 46
left before the half.
Again, it was RuAhi
Hendricks burrowing irn fli.'i
11 yards out as the scoreboard
read 27-0.
Wewa put together their
only sustained drive of the
night late in the second quarter
on a Chance Knowles nine-
See JAY Page 2C

Pace's defense did a number on the Kattlers' otfensi\e attack and
put the Patriots offense in position to control the pace of the
Photo courtsey of David Floyd

Pace doesn't get

rattled by LeFlore

Press Gazette Sports Editor
Pace has their eye on a
second undefeated season in
the last three years and took
one more step towards that
goal Friday defeating Mobile
LeFlore Prep out of Alabama
The Patriots (8-0) did that
with ball .control on offense
and a defense that once again
proved to be very stingy when
it comes to giving up points.
"We were able to control
the ball offensively and get up
on them," said Pace Head

Coach Mickey Lindsey.
Eric Martinez got things
going for Pace as he kicked a
38-yard field goal to put the
Patriots up 3-0.
On the very next posses-
sion Airi Johnson banged his
way in from four yards out to
make it 10-0
Pace's defense did it's job
by giving the offense good
field position as it kept the
Rattler's offense from getting
started and before the end of
the quarter the Patriots would
go up 17-0.
See PACE Page 2C

(Above) Milton's Anthony Loomis battles his wva) forward for a one yard touchdown on Friday against Crestile\ in the second nair.
(Below) Milton quarterback Dustin Land looks for an opening against the Bulldog defense.
Press Gazette photos by Bill Gamblin

Milton bites the Bulldogs

Florida Freedom Newspapers
Turnovers can be good or
bad depending on your per-
Friday Milton's defense
forced two huge turnovers
deep in their own territory to
help them defeat Crestview
The Panthers started the
scoring with a 58-yard touch-
down strike from Iowa State
commitment Dustin Land to
Demarco Dixon to give the
Panthers a 7-0 advantage.
The Bulldogs had plenty
of fight in them as they
marched the ball down to the
Panthers 4.
Crestview would fumble,
but Milton could not get out of
the shadow of their own goal

post and were forced to kick
the ball back.
The Bulldogs then took
over at the Milton 30 and
moved the ball to the Panthers
3 when quarterback Jason
Parker bounced the pigskin off
his helmet and the second
fumble occurred.
While the Crestview
coach refused to speak follow-
ing the game, Milton Head
Coach Mike McMillion felt
very fortunate to walk away
with the win.
"I am very thankful we
were able to walk away with
the' win," said McMillion.
"We played a much better
game defensively in the sec-
ond half and this could have
been the wakeup call we
See MILTON Page 2C

Record setting day in Pace

Press Gazette Sports Editor
It was cold and windy, but
that didn't slow the runners
down in at the Esca-Rosa
Cross Country meet held on
Saturday at Sims Middle
When all was said and
done it prove to be a record
setting day as Chloe Kowalski
of Pensacola Catholic and Eric
Larson of Washington both set
course and meet records.
Kowalski covered the
three plus mile course in a
time of 18:42, while Larson,
who had set the course record
two weeks ago in just under
16 minutes, lowered it again to

But Larson and Kowalski
were not the only record set-
ters on the day.
Six runners for Jay set
new personal best's at the
meet led by James Whitehead
with a 17:32, while teammate
Drew Kennedy was closely
behind at 17:39.
Other Jay runners who
posted personal bests were
Dusty Kennedy (18:35), Max
Nadsady (19:33), Colton
Smith (19:58), and Jerry
Johnson (22:14).
Jay's Jeff Fischer was just
two seconds off of posting a
new best as he finished at
Ironacally Jay finished
sixth over all despite having

two runners, Levi Blackmon
and Kenneth Thompson, out
due to the A.C.T.'s and Dale
Barlow was unable to compete
after Friday nights win at the
football game.
"We have four football
players who also try to run in
our Saturday meets," said Jay
Head Coach Teresa
Hendricks. "Which shows the
well rounded athletes we have
that run."
Overall in the team stand-
ings Washington edged
Navarre 42-42, while Pine
Forest finished third with 88
Rounding out' the boys
side were Gulf Breeze in

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Jay's defense, seen here in action against Freeport, has allowed the fewest points in the area so far
this season with 56 points scored against them. Their biggest test so far came on Tuesday against
the Sharks of Port St. Joe. Results of Tuesday game against Port St. Joe will be in Saturday's edition
of the Santa Rosa Press Gazette.
Press Gazette photo by Bill Gamblin


Continued From Page One
The game with the Sharks
was a makeup game from the
one cancelled back on Sept. 21
due to threatening weather in
the area.
Despite the hectic sched-
ule and the fact Baker and the
"War on Highway Four" still
lies ahead, Bell is very pleased
with the season so far.
"We had a feeling this
would be a good season if we
could avoid the injury bug,"
said Bell. "We are glad to be
where we are at, but we still
control our own destiny and
will do so as long as we con-
tinue to play hard and win.

"The thing about Tuesday
is we are playing the best team
in the district."
While Bell is getting his
makeup game behind him,
Pace has a makeup game on
Monday in Crestview after
having a Friday night off.
"We will practice on
Tuesday and go from there,"
said Lindsey, who is looking
for his second undefeated reg-
ular season in three years. "We
have got to work on getting
better and continue to improve
when it comes to the little
things and fundamentals.
"Momentum is a big thing
when it comes to football."

Pace has the momentum
and is second in the area to Jay
as for the fewest points
allowed this season with 69
heading into the final two
Kickoff on Monday in
Crestview is at 7 p.m.
And then Pace will pre-
pare to host Lake City
Christian on Friday for home-
coming and Hall of Fame fes-
"That is the way our
schedule worked out and we
have to make the best of what
is ahead," said Lindsey. "We
are a little banged up at this
point, but everybody is."

(Above) Ryan Ware gets tackled from behind following a catch. (Below) Talris Brown plays a little
game of catch me if you can with the Bulldogs defense.
Press Gazette photo by Bill Gamblin


Continued From Page One
needed so we can focus on
the task at hand.
"I hope we are focused
now because next week for us
is do or die."
Milton took advantage of
the second turnover and made
it a 10-0 game as Matt
Shouppe kicked a 27-yard
field goal with 5:56 remain-
Crestview didn't give up
as Parker took the first snap
from scrimmage on the very
next possession and rumbled
71 yards for the score.
Milton would add a late
field goal before halftime to
make it 13-7 at intermission.
In the second half the
Bulldogs could not mount
much of an offense and could
only manage a 28 yard field
goal off the foot of David
Kiles with 11:09 remaining in
the fourth quarter to make it

The Panthers went to the 256 yards rushing on the night
ground attack with a few pass- while Land threw for another
es mix in to set up a one yard 157 yards to give the Panthers
plunge by Anthony Loomis, a 413-yard night.
who led the Panthers with 154 Crestview was led in rush-
yards on 13 carries, and a ing by their quarterback
three-yard touchdown by Parker with 101 yards on nine
Talris Brown, who finished the carries as the Bulldogs fin-
game with 41 yards, to round ished with 239 yards on the
out the scoring, night. 167 of which were on
Offensively Milton posted the ground.


Continued From Page One
Aaron Munoz called his
own number in the huddle as
he went 21 yards on an option
play to make it 17-0 pace.
It was 24-0 after Travis
Scott got the scoring started in
the second quarter with a 16-
yard run, but LeFlore would
not go quietly into the dark
night on this evening.
Terrance Wallace hit pay
dirt for the Rattlers as he was
on the receiving end of an
eight-yard pass from Kendrick
Dent for a touchdown to make
it 24-6.
But any hopes of a rally
by the Rattlers' fans was
quickly dashed when Munoz
hooked up with Vance Smith
on a 28 yard touchdown pass
with 1:32 remaining before
halftime to go up 31-6.
Both teams would score
once more in the third quarter,
as LeFlore Prep would strike
first as Dent found Carlos
McCants on a 15-yard strike.
McCants would also tack
on a two-point conversion to
make it 31-14, but the Pace
offense would have none of
,%On the very next drive
Travis Scott punched it in
from three yards out to make it
38-14 after the Martinez kick.


Continued From Page One
yard run, but the damage was
With just 2:58 showing in
the period, Jay tacked on their
fifth score on a well-executed
10-play drive that stated at the
Royals 22.
The big play in that series
was a 13-yard aerial from
Brandt Hendricks to Devin
With the ball resting on the
Gator 12 Brandt Hendricks
found his favorite target
Barlow alone in the end zone.
Leading 34-6, Steven
Brabham set up Jay's final

Tyler Bousson and Phil Matthews celebrate a score for Pace
Friday night as they defeated Mobile LeFlore Prep 38-14
Photo courtsey of David Floyd

Pace will enjoy a Friday
night off before getting ready

score of the contest on a Cody
Wade interception at the Gator
38 and returned it to the Wewa
One snap later Brandt
Hendricks went to the air again
and hit Castleberry in stride to
rest the numbers.
Bell elected to put in all
reserves to finish the game at
the beginning of the third quar-
"These guys practice
everyday and it was good we
could give them playing time,"
said Bell. "It also allowed us to
rest some people because we
have to -play again in three

Both races on Saturday were very competitive due to the cooler

weather conditions.
Press Gazette photos by Bill Gamblin

to visit Crestview for a make-
up game on Monday at 7 p.m.

Defensively, Jay held
Wewa to 77 total yards.
The Royal offense churned
out 287 yards with Brandt
Hendricks completing six-of-
10 passes for 165 yards.
Chris Carrington's pick of
a Wade aerial early in the
fourth turned away the Gators
at the Jay 40.
Freshman Hunter Brown
got multiple carries down the
stretch while gaining 20 yards
on five carries.
Jay saw their season record
climb to 6-1, while staying per-
fect in the district at. 5-0. .


Continued From Page One
fourth with 98 points followed
by Catholic (150), Jay (182,
Pace (209), and Milton in 131
with 383.
The Panthers were also
down a runner as Mark Vieu
missed the meet as well due to
the A.C.T.
On the girls side Gulf
Breeze proved why they were
the favorites winning easily
with 52 points.
Next was Pine Forest with
85 followed by Navarre with
93, Catholic (111),
Washington (142), Pace (154),
Jay 172), and Milton (208).
Pace Head Coach Clint
Martin was very pleased with
the effort of his girls.
"They all ran hard and set
personal records so nobody
should cast stones at that,"
said Martin. "We just don't
have one or two girls with
blistering speed.
"The girls are really going
to have an eye-opener on
Saturday as they compete in
the district meet in Niceville."
Martin feels the team that
wins the district will most
likely win the state meet as it
has been the last two years.

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Milton Skate Park:
The Milton Skate Park
will be closed temporari-
ly for maintenance and
landscaping upkeep
through Nov. 19.
Cowpatty Bingo:
The Milton Softball
Booster Club will be
selling tickets until Oct.
31 for their Cowbatty
For more information
or to purchase tickets
call 982-9785.
Referees needed:
City of Milton Parks and
Recreation is in need of
youth basketball refer-
The season will get
underway the first
weekend in January.
For more information
call 983-5466.
Tennis mixer: Area
tennis fans are invited to
an afternoon of learning
on Nov. 3 at the Club in
Gulf Breeze.
This free event
begins at 2 p.m. with a
mixer and chance to play
against your friends and
neighbors. You do not
have to be a member of
the Club to participate.
A tennis injury treat-
ment and prevention
clinic by Dr. Kirby
Turnage will begin at
5:15 p.m.
For more information
or to register call 416-
Pace Youth
'Basketball League sign-
ups: Registration for the
Pace Youth Basketball
League are underway.
Sign-ups on Nov. 5th
and 8th will be from 4

Thursday, November 1, 2007
S " 3:23 AM 2.21 Feet
S" 6:02 AM Sun rise
12:38 PM Moon set
3:37 PM Third Quarter
3:52 PM -0.19 Feet
5:00 PM Sun set
11:24 PM Moon rise

Friday, November 2, 2007
4:24 AM 1.95 Feet
6:03 AM Sun rise
1:13 PM Moon set
4:19 PM 0.05 Feet
4:59 PM Sun set

Saturday, November 3, 2007
12:24 AM Moon rise
5:22 AM 1.63 Feet
6:04 AM Sun rise
1:43 PM Moon set
4:23 PM 0.33 Feet
4:59 PM Sun set

Sunday, November 4, 2007
1:21 AM Moon rise
6:04 AM Sun rise
6:37 AM 1.26 Feet
2:11 PM Moon set
3:56 PM 0.62 Feet
4:58 PM Sun set
10:44 PM 1.17 Feet

p.m. to 6 p.m. and on
Nov. 10th from 9
11 a.m. at the Pace High
This league is open to
players in grades three
through eight with seper-
ate leagues for boys and
Evaluation and draft
will be held on Nov. 17th
from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. at
the Pace Gym and all
players must attend their
respective time slots.
For more information
call 995-3676 or 995-
Milton Youth
Basketball: Registration
for Milton Youth
Basketball will get
underway Nov. 1.
Registration will run
from noon to 8 p.m. ech
day and will end on Dec.
1 or when the teams are
A special Saturday
registration will be on
Nov. 17 from 10 a.m. to
1 p.m.
All registration is at
the Milton' Community
Center and is open to
boys and girls grades
kindergarten through
For more information
call 983-5466.
MHS Power Puff
Football: MHS Powder
Puff Games will be held
Nov. 6 at Haywood
Hanna Football Stadium.
The games will get
underway at 6 p.m.
Pre-sold tickets are
$3,.atrd tickets, at the door.,,
will be $4.
Panther Passes will
not be accepted.

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 pre-
sented for the 5K run in
various age divisions.
The 5K walk will present
awards to first, second,
and third place.
Door prizes will also
be awarded, but partici-
pants must be present to
win those.
For more informa-
tion and registration
fees please call 565-
7923 or e-mail ppol-
"Let's Talk Turkey"
Bowl-A-Thon for
Education: The Santa
Rosa Education
Foundation's fourth
annual "Let's Talk
Turkey" Bowl-A-Thon
for Education will be
held at Oops Alley on
Nov. 15.
This bowling
fundraiser will run from
5 p.m. to 9 p.m.
Money raised will
directly support Santa
Rosa Education
Foundation Teacher
Grants and Take Stock
in Children.
Minimum entry fees
are $300 for a six mem-
ber team,.,aId $400,: folr
an eight member team.
Prizes will be award-
ed for raising the most

money, frame bowl chal-
lenges and first, second,
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 dis-
played on a lane banner.
Visit the SREF web-
s i t e ,
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 girls
between the ages of 12-
18 and is a nationally
ranked junior golf event.
The Hurricane Junior
Golf Tour is offering
free memberships and is
designed to conduct
nationally ranked tour-
naments on courses
throughout Florida,
Georgia, South
Carolina, and Alabama.
For more information
or to register for the
tournament visit their
website at
More activities can
be found at
m. Look for the box
called 'Things to Do'.
There you can check
on activities by zip code
or ajti\ it.%. And ou are
also more than welcome
to enter your events
there as well.'

Blackwater River
Thursday, November 1, 2007
4:19 AM 2.21 Feet
6:03 AM Sun rise
12:39 PM Moon set
3:37 PM Third Quarter
4:22 PM -0.19 Feet
5:00 PM Sun set
11:24 PM Moon rise

Friday, November 2, 2007
5:20 AM 1.95 Feet
6:03 AM Sun rise
1:14 PM Moon set
4:49 PM 0.05 Feet
5:00 PM Sun set

Saturday, November 3, 2007
12:25 AM Moon rise
6:04 AM Sun rise
6:18 AM 1.63 Feet
1:44 PM Moon set
4:53 PM 0.33 Feet
4:59 PM Sun set

Sunday, November 4, 2007
1:22 AM Moon rise
6:05 AM Sun rise
7:33 AM 1.26 Feet
2:11 PM Moon set
4:26 PM 0.62 Feet
4:58 PM Sun set
11:40 PM 1.17 Feet.

2:39 AM 1.84 Feet
6:03 AM Sun rise
12:39 PM Moon set
2:35 PM -0.15 Feet
3:37 PM Third Quarter
5:01 PM Sun set
11:25 PM Moon rise

Friday, November 2, 2007
3:40 AM 1.63 Feet
6:04 AM Sun rise
1:14 PM Moon set
3:02 PM 0.04 Feet
5:01 PM Sun set

Saturday, November 3, 2007
12:26 AM Moon rise
4:38 AM 1.36 Feet
6:05 AM Sun rise
1:44 PM Moon set
3:06 PM 0.28 Feet
5:00 PM Sun set

Sunday, November 4, 2007
1:23 AM Moon rise
5:53 AM 1.05 Feet
6:05 AM Sun rise
2:12 PM Moon set
2:39 PM 0.52 Feet
4:59 PM Sun set
10:00 PM 0.98 Feet

6:02 AM Sun rise
12:25 PM 0.10 Feet
12:38 PM Moon set
3:37 PM Third Quarter
5:00 PM Sun set
11:24 PM Moon rise

Friday, November 2, 2007
12:51 AM 1.69 Feet
6:02 AM Sun rise
1:04 PM 0.32 Feet
1:13 PM Moon set
4:59 PM Sun set

Saturday, November 3, 2007
12:24 AM Moon rise
1:50 AM 1.48 Feet
6:03 AM Sun rise
12:59 PM 0.56 Feet
1:43 PM Moon set
4:58 PM Sun set

Sunday, November 4, 2007
1:21 AM Moon rise
2:53 AM 1.25 Feet
6:04 AM Sun rise
12:03 PM 0.75 Feet
2:10 PM Moon set
4:58 PM Sun set
7:55 PM 1.08 Feet
11:51 PM 0.93 Feet

Red Snapper

season closes

November 1

The recreational harvest
seasons for red snapper in the
Gulf of Mexico and spotted
seatrout in the South Region
will close on Nov. 1. These clo-
sures occur each year to help
rebuild overfished red snapper
stocks in the Gulf and maintain
the abundance of spotted
seatrout in Florida waters.
The harvest and possession
of red snapper by sport fishers
is prohibited beginning Nov. 1
in all Gulf waters. The reopen-
ing date for next year's Gulf red
snapper sport season has not
been formally established;
however, it is likely to be in late
spring 2008.
New regulations for Gulf

red snapper are being devel-
oped by the Florida Fish and
Wildlife Conservation
Commission and federal fish-
eries managers. These regula-
tions should be finalized by
February 2008.
For spotted seatrout, all
harvest and possession is pro-
hibited from Nov. 1 through
Dec. 31 in the South Region.
This area includes all waters
south of the Flagler-Volusia
counties line in the Atlantic and
south of a line running due west
from the westernmost point of
Fred Howard 'Park Causeway,
which is about 1.17 miles south
of the Pinellas/Pasco counties
line in the Gulf.

Li ] o lmmlnity Sport01] *.

Monday Mixed Winter
Oops Alley
Oct. 22, 2007

High Game Men: Mitch
Ryan - 279
High Game Women:
Shannon Green - 204
High Game Team: It Doesn't
Matter - 877
High Series Men: Patton
Valentour - 662
High Series Women:
Jeanette Lowe and Karen
Leath - 536
High Series Team: It Doesn't
Matter - 2297

Overall League Standings: 1.
It Doesn't Matter 22.5-5.5, 2.
Split Happens 22-6, 3. Super
Friends 17-11, 4. New
Recruits 17-11, 5. M and J's
16.5-11.5, 6. Three Gents and
Queen' 15-13, 7. Mixed Up
1-1.5-13 5 .. Dan,'- CG ,-'..:
14-.14. 9. Dases Gane 13.5-
14.5, 10. The Broken Balls
13.5-14.5, 11. Strike Force 11
13-15, 12. Three and One 13-
15, 13. Fun Bunch 13-15, 14.
Pin Action 12.5-15.5, 15.
D.I.L.L.I.G.A.S. 12-16, 16.
Incredible 12-16, 17. Strike
Force 12-16, 18. Fantastic
Four 11-17, 19. Damn 10 Pin
10-18, 20. The Wabbly Balls

Tuesday Night Inner
Church League
Oops Alley
Oct 23, 2007

High Game Men: Ricky
Blackmon - 255
High Game Women: Lisa
Rigby - 220
High Game Team: Lucky
Strikes - 730
High Series Men: Ricky
Blackmon - 681
High Series Women: Alice
Burg - 515
High Series Team:
Unprediccables - 2059

Overall League Standings: 1.
The Strike Force 22.5-9.5, 2.
Just One Drop 18-14, 3.
Unpredicables 18-14, 4.
Lucky Strikes 17.5-14.5, 5.
Optimists 16-16, 6. The Strike
Team 15.5-16.5, 7. The Strike
earn 15.5-16.5, 8. F.O.G. 14-
18, 9. Mattinators 13-19, 10.
Under The Influence 9.5-

Leagues Notes: Lisa Rigby
rolled her highest game yet of
220 to earn her a USBC
Emblem. Rigby carries a 160
average. Orville Leisure rolled
a game of 201 to earn a
USBC 200 game emblem.

Alley Cats
Oops Alley
Oct 24, 2007

High Scratch Game: Brenda
Gilley - 190
High Scratch Series: Brenda
Gilley - 504
High Scratch Team: Three
Stooges - 442
High Handicap Game:
Brenda Gilley - 231
High Handicapped Series:
Brenda Gilley - 627
High Handicapped Team:
Darlings of the Morning -


Overall League Standings: 1.
Three Peas in A Pod 21-11, 2.
Almost Shoulda Been 19-13,
3. Back Alley Cats 16-16, 4.
Darlings of the Morning 16-
16, 5. Three Stooges 15-17, 6.
Honey Bears 9-23.

Twilighters Winter Mixed
Avalon Bowling Center
Oct 25, 2007

High Game Men: Bob
Kuzirian - 278
High Game Women: Paula
Taylor - 220
High Game Team: Damn 10
Pin - 877
High Series Men: Bob
Kuzirian - 708
High Series Women: Annie
Bonham - 542
High Series Team: Happy
Four - 2419

Overall League Standings: I.
The Last Team 27-5, 2. Damn
10 Pin 20-12, 3. Happy Four
20-12, 4. U_Bang_E 20-12, 5.
Trouble Again 19-13, 6. E-N-
V-Y 19-13, 7. Spit Fire 18-14,
8. Incredibles 18-14, 9. We
Try Hard 17-15, 10. Family
Matters 17-15, 11. The Big
Quarters 16-16, 12. The
Striking Four 16-16, 13. We
Wuz Robbed 16-16, 14. Blue
jay's 15-17, 15. Cabbies 15-
17, 16. Split Happens 15-17,
17. Family Affair 14-18, 18.
The Dream Team 14-18, 19.
M and J's 13-19, 20. Two and
Two 13-19, 21. Strike Force
12-20, 22. Sliders 11-21, 23.
Jane's Crew 11-21, 24. Yee
Haw 8-24.

Oops Youth League
Oops Alley
Oct 27, 2007

Division 1 Boys High Game:
Ryan Vinson - 233
Division 1 Boys High Series:
Ryan Vinson - 634
Division 2 Boys High Game:
Stephen Henry - 211
Division 2 Boys High Series:
Stephen Henry - 568
Division 3 Boys High Game:
Wesley Heitman - 156
Division 3 Boys High Series:
Zachary Randolph - 421
Division 4 Boys High Game:
Wayne English - 142
Division 4 Boys High Series:
Wayne English - 364
Division 5 Boys High Game:
Scott Butts - 86
Division 5 Boys High Series:
Scott Butts - 231
Division 6 Boys High Game:
Andrew Blackmon - 81
Division 6 Boys High Series:
Andrew Blackmon - 214
Division 2 Girls High Game:
Stephanie Heitman - 149
Division 2 Girls High Series:
Stephanie Heitman - 429
Division 5 Girls High Game:
Aerial Viars - 79
Division 5 Girls High Series:
Aerial Viras - 206
Division 6 Girls High Game:
Joy Kitchell - 87
Division 6 Girls High Series:
Joy Kitchell - 198

Overall League Standings: 1.
Strike Force 23-9, 2. Strike Inc. 21-
11, 3. Strike Force Kids 19-13, 4.
Fantastic Four 13-19, 5. Patriots
12-20, 6. Pin Crushers 8-24.

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Legal 10/1135
C.R. DOB: 07/10/06
I/k/a 5354 Stakley Lane
Milton, Florida 32583
Putative Father of: C.R., minor
that a Petition under oath has
been filed in the above styled
Court for the termination of pa-
rental rights of C.R., a female
child born on the 10th day of
July 2006 in Escambia
County, Florida, by the Depart-
ment of Children and Family
Services, for subsequent adop-
tion, and you are hereby com-
manded to be and appear be-
fore the Honorable Marci L.
Goodman, Judge of the Circuit
Court in and for Santa Rosa
County, Florida, at the Santa
Rosa County Courthouse, 6865
Caroline Street, Milton, FL
32570, on the 13th day of De-
cember, 2007 , at 9:00 a.m.
You must either appear on the
date and at the time specified
or send a written response to
the Court prior to that time.
WITNESS my hand as the
Clerk of said Court and the Seal
thereof, this 8 day of October,
By: Lisa Taylor
Deputy Clerk

Legal 10/1166
Milton Housing Authority
The Milton Housing Authority,
located at 5668 Byrom Street,
Milton, will reopen the . Sli-n
8 Rental Assistance ' -, i....o
on Wednesday, November 14,
2007 and Thursday, November
15, 2007. Applications will be
accepted and eligible families
will be placed on the Waitina
List according to the date and
time market ion their applica-
tion. You may contact the Milton
Housing Authority at 623-0482
or 623-8216 to obtain informa-
tion on the eligible criteria For
the Section 8 Waiting List.
When making application for
rental assistance, all persons)
must provide our office with
Birth Certificates and 'i'l ?
curity Cards For , i t ',
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. Income statements that
are over 120 days old will not
be accepted, except for Social
Security, Veteran's
Administration and Pension or
Retirement type of statements,
which are issued annually.
The Millon Housing Authority's
Section 8 Housing Assistance
Payment Program is and Equal
Housing Opportunity, Program
and does not i scriminate
against any person because of
race, color, creed, religion, sex,
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
Legal 10/1177
Sealed bids will be received by
the West Florida Regional Plan-
ning Council 408T E. Olive
Rd. Suite A, Pensacola, Florida,
until 8:00 a.m. local time, on

Wednesday, November 28w
2007, at which time bids will
be publicly opened and read
aloud for reconstruction of the'
dwelling units located at: 6540
Bee Street, Milton, FL 32583'
1823 Lubbock Road, Gulf
Breeze, FL 32563; 3888 Leg-
end Creek Drive, Pace, FL
32571; 8921 Manassas Road,
Milton, FL 32583; 5433 Wiley
Scott Road Jay, FL 32565;
14575 Highway 89 North, Jay,
FL 32565;
Bid packages may be obtained
upon request at the West Flor-
doa Regional Planning Council
beginni n on Friday, November
2, 2007, during normal busi
ness hours. For 'bids to be con-
idered all bids must include:
)11 ..-. .: 1 costs, total bid cost,
must e in ink, and must be
signed by the submitting con-
tractor. Any bid that does not
meet the above requirements
will not be considered.
A MANDATORY pre-bid confer-
ence will be held on Wednes-
day November 7 2007, at
8:01 a.m. local time, at the
West Florida Regional Plannin
Council 4081 East Olive Road
Suite A, Pensacola, Florida. All
questions concerning this proj-
ect should be referred to Jim
Brossett at the West Florida Re-
ional Plannin Council at
5850) 332-7976, extension
237 or email
103107 . -

Legal 10/1178
The City Council, City of Mil-
ion will be accepting sealed
bids for the manufacture and in-
stallation' of permanently
mounted aluminum accordion
style shutters ot twenty four (241
windows and three 13 doors aif
the City of Milton's Police De-
partment, located at 5451 Ala-
bama Street, Milton, FL 32570.
Bids will be received until 2:00
P.M. Thursday November 8,
2007, at Milton City Hall,
6738 Dixon Street, P. 0. Box
909, Milton, FL 32572. Bids
must be clearly marked
Aluminum Accordion Style
Shutters- Milton Police Depart-
All materials must be certified to
meet the wind and impact
standards up to 140MPH.
All contractors are required to
take field measurements of the
propose proposed project prior to bid
The City of illton, reserves the
rights to accept or reject any or
alt bids.
For more information, please
contact the Purchasing Depart-
ment, Lamar Whitalser Pur-
chasing Agent or Johnny
BaggetT at 850-983-5480.

Legal 10/1 179
This intent to issue a permit File
No. 57-0238637-002-DF' to
Robert Valentine, 407 West
Point Drive, Arley, AL, to impact
0.19 acres of DEP wetlands for
the construction of a single fam-
ily residence with and ssoci-
ated on-site conservation ease-
menlt is her[=b'- rt=d unless
a sufficient -I. ,, i :. an ad-
ministrative hearing is timely
filed under sections 1 20.569
and 120.57 of the Florida Stat-
utes as provided below.
The project is located at Lot 7,
Block E, Copelare Drive, in the
Villa Garcon Subdivision Mil-
ton on unnamed wetlands,
Class III Waters of the State
Section 14, Township 01-North
Range 28-West Latilude N 306
30' 44.4"/ Longitude W 87�
02' 56.39", Santa Rosa
The procedures for petitioning
for a hearing are set forth be-
A person whose substantial in-
terests are affected by the De-
partment's action may petition
tor an administrative proceed-
inl (hearing) under sections
120.569 and 120.57 of the
Florida Statues. The petition
must contain the information set
forlh below and must be filed
received by the clerk) in the Of-
ice of General Counsel of the
Department at 3900 Common-
wealth Boulevard, Mail Station
35 Tallahassee, Florida
Because the administrative hear-
ing process is designed to rede-
termine final agency action on
the application, the filing of a
petition for an administrative
hearing may result in a modifi-
cation of the permit and lease,
or even a denial of the applica-
tion. Accordingly, the applicant
is advised not to commence
construction or other activities
under this permit / lease until
the deadlines below for filing a
petition for an administrative
hearing, or request for an exten-
sion oatime have expired.
Under rule 62-110.106(4) of
the Florida administrative Code,
a person whose substantial in-
terests are affected by the De-
partment's action may also re-
quest an extension of time to file
a petition for an administrative
hearing. The Department may,
for good cause shown, grant
the request for an extension of
time. Requests for extension of
time must be field with the Of-
fice of General Counsel of the
Department at 3900 Common-
wealth Boulevard, Mail Station
35 Tallahassee, Florida
32399-3000, before the appli-

cable deadline. A time shal Legal 10/1180 tition for an administrative hear- and served on the Department IINUE EAST 130.85 FEET
qest for extension of time shall Legal 10/1180 in, or request for an extension wIthin 20 days from he date THEN WEST 8085 FEET
toll the running ime-period for time have expired. when the final order is file with THENCE SOUTH 135.00 FEET
filing a petition uniil the request STATEOFFLORIDA the Clerk ofithe Department. TO THE POINT OF BEGINN
is acted upon. I a request is EEP fUVnder rule 62-110.106(4) of D ING 'THENCE CONTINUE
filed late, the Department may the Florida Administrative Code, The application is available for EASt 80.85 FEET, THENCE
slill grant it upon a motion by IiS T IN-.. .- IN - a person whose substantial in- public inspection during normal NORTH 135.00 FEET TO THE
the requesting party showing f terests are affected by the De- business hours, 8:00 a.m. to POINT OF BEGINNING. TO-
that the failure to file a requesT apartment's action may also re- 5:00 p.m., Monday through Fri- GETHER WITH 1969 BONN
for an extension of time before This intent to issue a permit (File quest an extension of ime to file day, except legal holidays, a MOBILE HOME TITLE
the deadline was the result of No. 57-261520-001-DF) ato petition for an administrative Department of Environmenta #3800624 & 6800598 AND
excusable neglect. Gooden Homes to fill hearing. The Department may, Protection, 160 Governmenta INDENTIFICATION #68043A
0.18-acre of |urisdictional for good cause shown, grant Center, Suite 201, Pensacola, & 68043B.
In the event that a timely and wetlands for the construction of the request for qn extension of Florida 32502-5794.
sufficient petition for an a'minis- a 60-foot by 62-foot time. Requests for extension o pursuant to the FinalJudgmen
trative hearing is filed, other single-family residence with an time must be filed with the Of- 103107 of Foreclosure and Sale entered
persons whose substantial inter- 18-inch culverted rivewav as fice of General Counsel of the 103107 in a case pending in said Court,
ests will be affected by the out- shown in the enclosed 1"' Department at 3900 Common- 10/1180 the style of which is
come of the administrative proc- ings. A retaining wall . wealth Boulevard, Mail Station___________,r_
ess have the right to petition to constructed along the limits of 35 Tallahassee, Florida CHARLES G. HAWKINS and
intervene in ihe proceeding. In- the fill. To offset these impacts, 32399-300, eaore the appli- Legal 10/1181 SHIRLEY E. HAWKINS,
tervention will be only at tIe dis- the permitted has purchased cable deadline. A timely re-
cretion of the presiding officer 0.13 wetland mitiation credits quest for extension of time shall IN THE CIRCUIT COURT IN Plaintiffs,
upon the filing of a motion in from the Garcon Pninsula iti- toll the running lime period for AND FOR SANTA ROSA
compliance with rule galtion Bank and has placed the filing a petition unti the request COUNTY, FLORIDA vs.
28-106.205 of the Florida Ad- remaining 0.29-acre of on-site is acted upon. If a request is PROBATE DIVISION
ministrative Code. wetlands and 0.14-acre of filed late, the Department may CASE NO.: ARLETHA M. GREENE,
on-site uplands into a conserva- still grant it upon a motion by 57-2007-CP-317
In accordance with rules tion easement, is hereby the requesting party showing Defendant.
28-106.111(21 and granted unless a sufficient peti- hat the failure to file a request IN RE: ESTATE OF and the dock number of which
62-110.106 3|oa)(41, petitions or an administrative hear- or te of ime b and the docket number of which
tar an administrativehearin by ing is timely filed under sections the deadline was the result of WILLIAM MCKINLEY WILEY, is 2004 CA 0519.
the applicant must be Tile b Z10.569 and 120.57 oa the excusable neglect., C
within 14 days of receipt of this Florida Statutes, Deceasedn person claminan erest
written notice. Petitions filed by In the event that a timely and n h urlus om the sale it
any persons other than the ap- The subject site is located on the sufficient petition for an adminis- NOTICE TO CREDITOR- any. other tan the property
plicant, and other than those en- corner of Jasper Street and Ban- trative hearing is filed other owner as ofte dte 6t the Is
tilled to written notice under sec- van Drive, Lot 22, Block128, person whose substantial inter- summryadministration) pendens must e a claim wi
tion 120.60(3) of the Florida olley by the Sea Subdivision, ests will be affected by the out- the clerk of the court within 60
Statutes must be filed with 14 Navarre, FL unnamed come of the administrative proc- TO ALL PERSONS HAVING days after the sale.
days of publication of the notice wetlands Class II Waters of the ess have the right to petition to CLAIMS OR DEMANDS
or within 14 days of such no- State, Section 14 Township intervene in proceed in. In- AGAINST THE ABOVE ES- In accordance with the AMERI
twice, regardless of the date of 02-South, Range 2'-West Lon- tervention will be only at te dis- TATE: CANS WITH DISABILITIES ACT,
publication. pitude 86 S5 53.92". West creation of the presiding officer persons needing a special ac-
Latilude 30 25' 14.26" North, upon the filing of a motion 'n You are hereby notified that an commodalion to participate in
Under section 120.63(13 of the in Santa Rosa County. compliance with rule Order of Summary Administra. this proceeding should contact
Florida Statues, however, any 28-106.205 of the Florida A- tion has been entered in the es- the undersigned not later than
person who has asked the De- This intent to issue a permit (File ministralive Code. tate ofWILLIAM CKINLEY WI- seven days prior to the pro-
partment for notice of agency No. 57-264888-001-DF) ,9 LEY, deceased, File Number ceding to ensure that reasona-
action may file a petition within Gooden Hopes, to Iilf In accordance with rules 57-2007-C-P-317, bythe Circuit pe accommodations are availa-
14 days of such notice regard- 0.20-acre of ur isdicAiona 28-106.111 21 and Court for Santa Rosa County, te.
les of the date of publication. wetlands for he construction of 62-110.1063)(a(4 petitions Florida, Probate Division the WTNESS m hand and the offi-
a single-family residence with for an administrative hearing by3 address of which is 686to Caro- i sea l of this Honorable Court
Tasoitheeslwod driveway and septic h I' w , a e ARE NO h iS CRSO N is 23 d a October, 2007.
The petitioner shall mail a, copy associated driveway and septic the applicant ust be iled line Street Milton FL 3250; this 23 day of October, 2007.
o the petition to the applicant il pad, as shown in the en- within days o receipt ofthis tathe toal cashvalue of the
at the address indicateabove closed drawings. A retaining written notice. Petitions filed by estate is Unknown and the MARY JOHNSON
at the time of filing. The failure wall will be constructed along any persons other than the ap- name and address of those to erk of the Circuit Court
of any person to ile a petition the limits of the fill. To offs picnt and other th ththose en- whom it has been a thssigned by CIRCUIT COURT SEAL
rcPitohndotherthaa Tbtr n-waDNOOFFTbeesLassignedbyCIRCTOT SEAL
for an administrative hearing or these impacts the permitted has killed to written notice under sec- such order are: ByJ. Watkins
ursue mediation as provided purchased 017 wetlad 0 mitiga- lion 120.60(3) of the Florida Deputy Clerk
below within the appropriate lion credits from the Garcon Statutes must be filed within 21 Name
time period shall constitute a Peninsula Mitigation Bank and days of'publication of the notice PATRICIA WILEY EITH L EL, JR
waiver of those rights, has placed the remaining or within 21 days of such no- Florida Bar No. 573809
0.30-acre of on-site wetland lice, regardless aof the date of Address Clark, Partinton, Hart, Larry,
A petition that disputes the ma- and 0.14-acre of on-site up- pubficahon. 5228 Saints Lane Bond & StackWouse
trial facts ionwhich the Depart lands into a conservation ease-pu action. 5228 PO. Box 13010 (32591-3010)
went's action is based must con- ment is hereby granted unless Under section 120.60(3) of the Milton, FL 32570 125 West Romano Street, Suite
lain the following information: a sufficient petition for an ad- Florida Stautes, however, any ALL INTERESTED PERSONS 800
ministrative hearing is timely person who has asked the De- ARE NOTIFIED THAT: Pensacola Florida 32502
(al The name and address of Filed under sections 120.569 apartment for notice of agency 850 434-9200 phone
each agency affected and each and 120.57 of the Florida Stat- action may file a petition within All creditors of the decedent 850) 432-7340 fax
agency's file or identification utes. 21 days of such notice, regard- and other persons having claims Attorney for Plaintiffs
number, if known les of the date of publication, or demands against decedents
(b) The name, address, and tle- The subject site is located on , estate on whom a copy of this 103107
phone number of the petitioner; Arcola Street, Lot 3, Block 172, The petitioner shall mail a copy notice is served within three 110707
the name, address and tele- Halley by the Sea Subdivision of the petition to the applicant months after the date of the first 10/1183
phone number of the petitioner's Navarre, FL unnamed at the address indicate above publication of this notice must
representative, if any, which wetlands Class III Waters of the at the time of filing. The failure ile their claims with this Court
shall be the address for service State, Section, 14 Township of any person to ile a petition WITHIN THE LATER OF THREE__
purposes during the course of 02-South Range 2/-West Lon- for an administrative hearing or MONTHS AFTER THE DATE OF
Ihe proceeding; and an expla. qitude 86 55 20.95" West, pursue mediation as provided THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF
nation of how the petitioner's Latitude 30 25' 19.36" North, below within the appropriate THIS NOTICE OR THIRTY DAYS
substantial interests are or will in Santa Rosa County. time period shall constitute a AFTER THE DATE OF SERVICE
be affected by the agency de- waiver of those rights. OF A COPY OF THIS NOTICE Legal 10/1184
termination; This intent to issue a permit (File ON THEM. l 10/1 lo4
(c A statement of when and No. 57-0270921- 001-DF to A petition that disputes the ma- ON T M
how the petitioner received no- Gooden Homes, to fill teria facts on which the Deport- All other creditors of the dece- IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
ice of the agency decision; 0.23-acre of jurisdictional ment's action is based must con- dent and persons having claims FIRST JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN'
d) A statement of al disputed wetlands for the construction of tain the following information: or demands against the estate AND FOR SANTA ROSA
issues of material fact. If there a singe-family residence drive- of the deceden must file their COUNTY FLORIDA
are none, the petition must so in- way and retaining wall. is( a The name and address of claims with this court WITHIN PROBATE DIVISION
dicate; hereby granted unless a suffi- each agency affected and each THREE MONTHS AFTER THE 57-2007-CP-313
e A concise statement of the ul- cient petition for an administra- agency's fi e or identification DATE OF THE FIRST PUBLICA-
imaie acts alleged, including tive hearing is timely iled under number if known' " TION OF THIS NOTICE. IN RE: ESTATE OF
the specific facts that the peti- sections 120.569 and 120.57 (b) Thename, address, and tele- FRED THOMAS HEATON
tioner contends warrant reversal of the Florida Statutes as pro phone number of the petitioner; ALL CLAIMS AND DEMANDS
or modification of the agency's vided below. To offset these im- the name, address, and tele- NOT SO FILED WILL FOREVER Deceased.
proposed action; and pacts the permitted has pur- phone number of the petitioner's BARRED.
If) A statement of the specific chased 0.20 wetland mititalion representative, if any, which ' NOTICE OF ADMINISTRA-
rules or statues that the peti- credits fiom the Garcon "enin- shall be the address for service The date of the first publication T!N AND-NOTICE-TO
tioner contends require reversal sula Mitigation Bank and has purposes during the course of of this Notice is October 31, CED is
or modification of the agency's placed the remaining 0.23-acre Ihe proceeding; and an expla- 2007. e action of the estate
proposed action; of on-site wetlands in a perpet- nation of how the petitioner's o Fred Thomas Heaton, De-
Ig A statement of the relief ual conservation easement, substantial interests are or will Attorney for Person Giving No- ceased, 572007-C P-313, is in
sought by the petitioner, stating be affected by the agency de- lice: the Circuit Court for Santa Rosa
precisely the action that the pel The subject site is located Lot termination; /s/Dan Stewart County, Florida, Probate Dvi-
ioner wishes the agency to lake 20 Block 202 Rexford Street, c) A statement of when and bAN STEWART ESQUIRE sion, the address of which is PO
with respect to the agency's pro- Halley by the Sea Subdivision how )he petitioner received no- Florida Bar No.'319392 Box 472, Milton , FL
posed action. Navarre, FL unnamed lice of the agency decision; Dan Stewart, P.A. 32572-0472. A will dated July
wetlands Class IlI Waters of the d) A statement of al disputed 4519 Hiwhway 90 25, 1983, properly witnessed
A petition that does not dispute State, section 12 Township issues of material fact. If there Pace FL32571 by two adult witnesses under
the material facts on which the 02-South Range 26-West, Lon- are none, the petition must so in- (850 994-4887 oath and signed by Fred
Departments action is based gitude 86 54 55.35" West dicate Thomas Heaon hasHeohas been sub-
shalt state that no such facts are Latitude 30 25' 34.67 North, e) A concise statement of the ul- Person Givina Notice: mixed to the Court. The names
in dispute and otherwise shall in Santa Rosa County. imate facts alleged, including / Patricia Wiley and addresses of the personal
contain the same information as hhe specific facis thas the spfic facts that the pelt- PARICIA WILEY representative and the persona
set forth above as required by This intent to issue a permit (File tioner contends warrant reversal 5228 Saints Lane h representatives attorney are set
rule 28-106.301. Under sec- No. 57-0259595-001-DF to or modification of the agency's Milton FL32570 forth below.
lions 120.569 2(c) and dl aof Gooden Homes, to fill proposed action; and
the Florida Statues, a petition 0.15-acre of jurisdictional I) A statement of the specific 103107 ALL INTERESTED PERSONS ARE
for administrative hearing must wetlands for the construction of rulesor the construction o rules or statutes that the peti- 110707 NOTIFIED THAT:
be dismissed by the agency if a single-family residence with tioner contends requires rever- 10/1181
the petition does not subsran- associated driveway and retain- sal or modification of the agen- All persons on whom this notice
lially comply with the above re- ng with th above re ing wall, is hereby granted un- cy's proposed action e is served who have objections
quirements or is untimely filed, less a sufficient petition for an g) A statement of the relief that challenge the validity of the
administrative hearing is timely sought by the petitioner, stating will, the qualifications of the
This action is final and effective filed under sections 120.569 precisely the action that the Fel- Legal 10/1182 personal representative venue,
on the date filed with the Clerk and 120.57 of the Florida Stat- tioner wishes the agency to lake or jurisdictionn of this Court are
of the Department unless a peti- utes as provided below. To off- with respect to the agency's pro- PUBLIC NOTICE required to file their obictions
ion is filed in accordance with set these impacts, the permitted posed action. with this Court WITHIN THE
the above. Upon the timely fi- has purchased 0.12 wetland A MEETING WILL BE HED AT LATER OF THREE MONTHS AF-
in of petition this order wit not mitigation credits from the Gar- A option creditsfromthethat does not dispute 5668 BYROM STREETAT 40 TE DPUBLICATION OF THE FIRST
be effective until further order of con Peninsula Mitigation Bank the material facts on which the P.M ON NOVEMRER 28, ICE OCTOBER 31 2007 OR
the Department, and has placed the remaining g Department's action is based 207 FOR ANYONE INTER- THICE OCTOBER 31 2007 OR
0.30-acre of on-site wetands shall state hat no such facts are ESTE NNPUTCOMMENTTHIRY DAYS AFTETHE DATE
This permit constitutes an order and 0.44-acre of onsite up- in dispute and otherwise sha REGARDING TE MILTON THIS NOTF ICE OF A COPY O
of the Department. The appli- lands into a conservation ease- contain the same information as HOUSIN ATHORITY 200 S NOTICE ON THEM
cant has the rinhi to seek judi- ment, set forth above as requirequired by
cial review of the order under rule 28-106.3dl. Under sec- ANNUAL PLAN. ALL CREDITORS of the decedent
section120.68 of the Florida The subject site is located on lions 120.569(2) and d) of 103107 and or demands against he
Staues, by the filin o a notice Arcola Street, Lo t 26, Block he Florida Statu es, a petition 1107 er dends sain ms
of appeal under rule 9.110 of 218, Halley by the Sea Subdi- for administrative hearing must 10/ decedents estate on whom a
the Florida Rules of Appellate vision, Navarre FL unnamed be dismissed by the agency if 1 copy of this notice is served
Procedure with the Clerk of the wetlands Class III Waters of the the petition does not substan- within three months after the
Department in the Office of State, Section 18 Township lially comply with the above re- date of the first publication of
General Counsel, 3900 Com- 02-Suth, Range 26-West, Lon- quirements or is untimely filed, this notice must fie their claims
monwealth Boulevard Mail St. itude 86 55.3' West, Latitude Legal 10/1183 with this Court WITHIN THE
tion 35, Tallahassee, Florida 30 24.9' North, in Santa Rosa This action is final and effective LATER OF THREE MONTHS AF-
32399-3000; and by filing a County. on the date filed with the Clerk NTICE OF FORECLOSURE TER THE DATE OF THE FIRST
copy of the notice of appeaac- T of the Department unless a peti- R OF RUIT PUBLICATION OF THIS NO-
companied by the applicable fil- The procedures for petitioning lion is filedp-in accordance with CLOU TICE OCTOBER 31 2007 OR
ing fees with the appropriate or a hearing are set forth be- the above. Upon the timely filt- . . THIRTY DAYS AFTER THE DATE
district court of appeal. The no- low. ing of petition this order will not Notice is hereby given that the OF SERVICE OF A COPY OF
lice of appeal must be filed be effective until further order of undersigned Mary M. Johnson THIS NOTICE ON THEM.
within 30 days from the date A person whose substantial in- he Department. Clerk of the Circuit Court oq
when the final order is filed with terests ore affected by the De- Santa Rosa County, Florida, will All other creditors of the dece-
the Clerk of ithe Department. apartment's action may petition This permit constitutes an order on December 4, 2007, at dent and persons having claims
Requests for review before the or an administrative proceed- of the Department. The appli- 11:00 a.m. at the north door of or demands against the
Land and water Adjudicatory ina hearing) under sections cantl has the right to seek judi- the Santa Rosa County Court- decedent's estate must file their
Commission must be field with 120.569 and 120.57 of the cial review of 'the order under house, in the city of Millan, Flor- claims with this court WITHIN
the Secretary of the Commission Florida Statutes. The petition section 120.68 of the Florida ida offer for sale, and sell at THREE MONTHS AFTER THE
and served on the Department must contain the information set Statutes, by the filing of a notice public outcry to the highest and DATE OF THE FIRST PUBLICA-
within 20 days from he date forth below and must be filed of appealI under rule 9.110 of best bidder, the following de- TION OF THIS NOTICE, OC-
when the final order is filed with received by the clerk) in the Of- he Florida Rules of Appellate scribed real property siluafed in TOBER 31, 2007.
the Clerk of the Department. ice of General Counsel of the Procedure with the Clerk of the Santa Rosa County, Florida:
Department at 3900 Common- Department in the Office of Attorney for Personal
The application is available for wealth Boulevard, Mail Station General Counsel, 3900 Com- LOT 5, BLOCK 2, WIND Representative:
public inspection during normal 35 Tallahassee, Florida monwealth Boulevard Mail Sta- TRACE NORTH: COMMENCE Joshua A. Jones
business hours 8:00 a m to 32399-3000. lion 35, Tallahassee, Florida AT THE SOUTHWEST CORNER Aylstock Wilkin, Kreis & Over-
5:00 p.m., Monday through Frin- 32399-3000; and by filing a OF TRACT W OF CRESCENT holtz, PLI.C
day, except leal holidays, at Because the administrative hear- copy of the notice of the appeal SHORES ACCORDING TO THE 803 N. Palafox Street
Department of Environmental ing process is designed to rede- accompanied by the applicable PLAT THEREOF RECORDED IN Pensacola Florida 32503
Protection 160 Governmental termine final agency action on filing fees with the appropriate PLAT BOOK A AT PAGE 70 OF 1850) 91p-7450
Center, Suite 201, Pensacola, the application, the filing of a district court of appeal. The no- THE PUBLIC RECORDS OF FL Bar No. 0847291
Florida 32502-5794. petition for an administrative lice of appeal 'rhust be filed SANTA ROSA COUNTY FLOR-
hearing may result in a modifi- within 30 days from the dale IDA THENCE NORTH ALONG Personal Representative:
103107 cation of the permit and lease, when the final order is filed with THE WEST LINE OF SAID Mildred Heaton
103107 or even a denial of the applica- the Clerk of the Deparment. Re- TRACT W 40.00 FEET TO THE 6413 Greenwood Road
10/1179 lion. Accordingly, the applicant quests for review before the NORTH RIGHT OF WAY LINE Jay, FL 32565
is advised not to commence Land and Water Adiudicator OF U.S. HWY 98, THENCE
_____________ construction or other activities Commission must be tiled with CONTINUE ALONG THE LAST 103107
under this permit/lease until the the Secretary of the Commission DESCRIBED LINE 610.00 FEET 110707
____________^_^__deadlines below for filing a pe-_________________ TO THE POINT, THENCE CON-10/118

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Legal 10/1185 Witness my hand and Seal of
Legals Courtn October 9, 2007.
Pursuant to Subsection 5 of FL CLERK OF THE COURT
Statute 713.78, Donna CIRCUIT COURT SEAL
Caizza o s authorized Title BY:Donna 0. Pipkins
Specialist for KeIl Recovery of Ds eputy Clerk
Santa Rosa County, will sell to
the highest bidder for cash in 101707
hand, subject to any liens and 10407
encumbrances the folowing ve- 103107
hides at 1:0PM on 11-26-07110707
at 104 E. 9 Mile Rd., Pensa- 4
cola, FL 32534:
11 2002 Chrysler
21 1994 Jeep
VI: 11J4GZ78Y4RC 110742 1 _| ____0
Vehicles may be inspected 1

6023 ogwood Drive, Milton,
FL 32570.

Legal 10/1186
File No. 57-2007-CP-320
The administration of the estate
ceased, whose date of death
was November 10 2000; File
Number 57-2007-CP-326 is
Ending in the Circuit Court .or
ANTA ROSA County Florida
Probate Division, the address of
which is 6865 Caroline Street,
Milton, Florida 32570. The
names and addresses of the
personal representative and the
personal representative's attor-
ney are set forth below.
All creditors of the decedent
and other persons having claims
or demands against decedent's
estate, on whom a copy of this
notice has been served, must
file their claims with this court
All other creditors of the dece-
dent and other persons having
claims or demands against
decedent's estate must file their
claims with this court WITHIN 3
The date of first publication of
this notice is: October 31,

Attorney for Personal Represent-
Florida Bar No. 0187089
6839 Caroline Street
P.O. Box 856
Milton, Florida 32570
Telephone: (850) 623-3605
/s J. Paul Fitzgerald
Personal Representative
MILTON, FL 32572

Legal 9/1134
Case No: 2007-DR-1423
Division: G
Minor Child
Santa Rosa County
5'10", Medium Build, @ 165
lbs. gray/hazel eyes,
dark complexion, Wavy, short,
brownish-black hair
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an ac-
tion has been filed against you
in the Circuit Court oa the First
Judicial Circuit, in and for
Escambia County, Florida, for
Termination of Parental Rights to
Jayda Danielle Dubose, born
March 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
Attorney for Minor Child
7 Norh Cole Street
Pensacola, Florida 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-


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perienced, carin driv-
ers, no waiting. We as-
sist, no wheelchair lifts.
By appointment only. In
business 12 yrs. Office
hours Mon-Fri.

Lost medium sized
cream color Terrier,
female with Iong hair.
10/17/07 in te Barran-
cas area, near Groovin
Noovins. Please call
776-6686 Reward.

Found older red
Labador Retreiver with
several collars on him.
Found in the Nichols
Creek Rd area. Very
skiddish. Please call
Male Boston Terrier,
found in the
Berryhill/Luther Fowler
area, 10/16/07

2100- Pets
2110- Pets: Free to
Good Home
2120 - Pet Supplies
2130 - Farm Animals/
2140 - Pets/Livestock

I 2100
30 Acres in Holt on
paved road with city
water. Exc. for horse
ranch. 850-240-5287


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2110 3130Z 1
Free to a good home.
puppies. 626-1538 NEW I T U1AY
After 5:00pm
Absolute Auction
Thurs, Nov 1 st, 11:00am
M3 Huge Restaurants
2130 43 North Navy Rd
P'Cola, 32507
Donkey year old Pizzeria/Deli
female. o150.00d Seafood
994-5 Coolers/Freezs
994-5191 * Pizza Ovens/Stoves
---------- * Grills/S.S Tbis
Loads of Goods
""-- - View Pics & Info @

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

[-- 3130 -


Mon Nov 5th, 11 :OOAM
Tiffany's Boutique
Moved to:
43 Old Navy Rd
P'Cola, 32507
High End Clothes
* Designer Jeans
* Ligerie/Shoes/Tops
* Dresses/Gowns/More
View Pics & Info @
AU 1680 AB 1971


Sat, Nov 3rd, 11:00a.m.
43 North Navy Road
P'Cola, 32507
New Appliances
-e Stoves/Refig's
+ Freezers/GrIls
* Washers/Dryers
New Bedding
� Trucks/Lawn Mowers
P'Colas Largest Dealer
Has Its 2nd Huge Auction
Even a Playground
View Pics &lnfo @
AU 1680AB 1971

AU 1680 AB 1971

Fri, Nov 2nd, 5:00pm
Repro Furniture
General Me-chandise
43 North Nayy Rd
P 'Cola, 325 .
Huge Qty's -
u Small Appliances
Unbelievable Inventory
View Pics @
AU 1680 AB 1971

[-- 3220
3-Wroght iron bar
stools green-$300, tread
mill Lifestyler fitness
trainer w/incline-$400,
Flexstill frame sofa and
matching chair w/ottmon
Almost new, buttercream
color-$900. Putter head-
board queen size $300.
Shaker rocking chair
$50. 623-91 12

Couch, loveseat chair
and audaman all match-
ing. Tan color with
matching throws.
$500.00 Excellent condi-
tion. 626-0844 or

King Size Mattress with
box spring. In excellent
condition. Asking $200.

Lane Bedroom set,
5-piece plus mattress &
spring. $400.00
623 _999 or 384-6627

Pamela Pollard

Red Metal framed bunk
bed set, excellent
condition.Comes with
mattresses. $150.00

I 3230
East Milton
3-Family Yard Sale
Household items, clothes,
tools. Fri - Sun. Nov.
8747 Hwy 87 S. 1 V2
miles off of 90.

Now Is The Time For Stocking
, 4-6" & 6-8" Channel Catfish
f, Largemouth Bass
.P. Black Crappie (If Available)
w Bluegill (Coppernose & Hybrid)
v� Redear
-sr 8-11" White Amur Grass Carp
-v Fathead Minnows
We.. wtill aec&gou, at.

@/oncdg. 9Yow bz5, 7prm. to 2pm.
SArkansas Pondstockers
- - 1-800-843-4748
. -' ...Walk Ups Welcome ,

East Milton Milton
Nov. 2nd & 3rd Sat. No'
4308 Ward Basin Rd. 7am-12p
Pots, pans & dishes and other
clothes, Christmas deco- 5373 Mu
rations, too much to list. Pace
Jay Fri & So
Huge Multi- both day:
Family Yard Sale clothing s
Fri, Nov. 2nd & Sat. lots of mi:
Nov. 3rd, 7am-2pm. 90 Apt. (
4059 Ebenezer Church
Rd. (follow signs off of Pace
Hwy 197) Lots of baby Huge 5-
clothes, toys, house- Yard Sale
wares, electronics and Sat. 7am
much more. Pace Furr
Milton Somethin
3-Family Sale
Nov. 2nd & 3rd., Pace
7:30am-3pm. Take Ava- Huge Y<
Ion Blvd. to City Electric. Sat. Nov.
Follow sign to 5515 Christmas
Kauffman. Like new 16" sorted siz
tires, household items, clothes, t<
sofa, chairs, Christmas tertainme
items, tools, Plus size cas- furniture.
ual & career clothes, etc. Lane, nec
Milton . Pace
5-Families Yard Sale Sat. Nov.
Sat. New Metlife lift 4705 Bri
chair, treadmill, curio, ture, 199
porcelin dolls, small op- Pop-up cc
pliances. F. sins at 8-10.$4
Avalon Bowling. 2i st items.

6461 Lark Avenue -
Sat. Only Nov. 3rd, 8-12
No early birds! Green
Baby items, nuts. As
miscellaneous household eanuts.
items, furniture, pictures, 5.75/
dishes. Farms (8:
6555 Stanley Cir.
Fri-Sun. Nov. 2nd-4th "m SiD
8qm unit No early birds!
Milton Riding la,
Christ United Method- ba er. E
ist Church Women Yard concGition
Sat. Nov. 3rd.
5983 Dogwood Dr. Mil-
ton Clothing, furniture &
many treasures. I__
8am -until. Bird Ho
Milton Martin 11
Community Yard Sale $40.00,
Sat. N. o3rd; 7am-1 m Swing 5'
Astor Village St. off of $100.00
Oak Crest. If rain Sat. nut lumber
Nov. 1 th. board foc
stand $7.
Milton $150. 9
Fri. Nov. 2nd 8a - p
Sat. Nov. 3rd 7a-1 p Lo
6072 Sunnyridge Dr. Dead
Preliminary moving sale. GP800
Furniture, decorative compatal
items, Longoberger Bas- or buy
kets, collectables, too call 86
much to list. message
Milton mesg
Huge Yard Sale in back. LO'
6075 Carr Rd. Electronic
Sat. Nov. 3rd, 7am-1 pm. very gao
Furniture, appliances, sonable
collectables, home decor, with mes
kids stuff but all
-- eredl
Milton . 864-574
Large Yard Sale sage if ni
Fri &Sat. Nov. 2nd &
3rd, 2 miles South of 1-10
East on Hwy 87, Right
on Hickory Hammock,
left on Sablan Lane, fol-
low signs. 4253 Sablan <,,'
Lane. Tools, equipment,
misc., and plants. 3
Nov. 2nd & 3rd
7am-12pm. 5462 Pine
Barron Rd. Off Anderson.
Furniture, electronics,
household goods, tools,
Milton " '
One Stop Shopping RI (
3-Family Yard Sale
Sat. Nov 3rd 7am-?
5487 Chantil(y Circle.
Toys Galore & more.




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m. Lots of toys
r items.
inson Hwy.

it. 7am-2pm
s. Women's
,ize 12 & 14,
sc. 4260 Hwy

. 1 block past
niture on
la Hwy.
g for everyone.

ard Sale
3rd, Lots of
s Decor, as-
ze winter
oys, like new en-
nt center, misc.
3449 Ashmore
ir 5-Points.

S3rd 7am-1 pm.
aroak Dr. Furni-
98 Coleman
amper sleeps
500.00 misc.

& boiled pea-
o; dry & roasted
Deer corn
baq. Holland


Looking for
Electronic drum set ili
very good condition, rea-
sonable prices. Roland
with mess heads preferred
but all will be consid-
ered! Please call
864-5745. Leave mes-
sage if no answer.

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

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

wn mower with
Excellent Bayou Cafe
994-6346 Now hiring experienced
cook, waitstaff, and dish-
washer. 994-7111

0 Apartments Driver Trainees
Bluebird $7.00 Needed. No CDL? No
complete Problem! Earn up to
Cherry & Wal- $900/wk. Home week-
er $3-$3.50 a ends with TMC. Com-
ot. Marble plant pany endorsed CDL
5. Antique sette Traniing.
44-9859 1-866-280-5309
oking for
2000 Yamaha Home Health
waverunner (or Companion needed for
le year) to rob elderly woman part-time.
parts offt. Please 324-8692
64-5745. Leave
if no answer.
oking for PTTI T;Tu1Hq
c drum set in
d condition rea- Centipede I Sod
prices Roland
es pree Fall and Winter prices for
will be consid- contractors on Sale Now!
Please call
45. Leave mes- 850623-1058
o answer. -

Lsey'S Nurser

Fall Clearance
* SALE *

Lots of Plants
duced 50% or More

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









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Postal Jobs
&17.33 to $27.58/hr.
Now Hiring. For applica-
tion and free government
job info. Call American
Association of Labor.
24 hr Employment
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 rPlaza.

5100 - Business
5110 - Money to Lend

Boat Business
I - invest of $75K net,
.,5-10OK 1st mo.
Curbing Business
for sale
Complete. $6000 co-op
with friends and or neigh-
bors. Do your landscap-
ing. Then sell the busi-
ness. 626-1062

1. Impressed sound
4. Melville skipper
8. Month in printemps
11. Solid
13. Boorish
14. Campus bldg.
15. Grapes of Wrath
16. Actress Lavin
17. Frisk about
18. Pickled
20. Unfluctuating
22. TV's Adams
23. Toward the bottom
24. Ditch
.27. Back down on a
30. The Scott
31. Rings of light
33. Fall shade
35. Slippery as an __
36. Detroit gp.
37. Brayer on the farm
38. Aert van der
40. Johnny of a Shelley
Fabares hit
42. Make ready, for short
43. Artist Gilbert
45. Bowie and


Outpatient Geriatric Counseling Center
located inside of Santa Rosa Medical Center
is recruiting to fill the following positions with talented staff:

Our program operates Monday tru Friday 8 to 5 with no call or weekends.
Great salary, employer matched 401k plan and full benefits. Must be
licensed or license eligible. Please send resume to ar-.i -' *7..l m , -n or
fax to 318-629-0217. EOE u,

effectiveness of services. Salary range $11-$11.75
hour based on experience. BA degree in social
worklrelated field preferred. FT. + exc. benefit pkg.
including tuition reimbursement, retirement, mile-
age. Consideration only to persons submitting
completed agency application & resume. Print
application from website (
Apply at 875 Royce St., Pensacola, FL
EOE Drug Free Workplace

47. Perignon's title
48. Chomped
49. Stank to high heaven
'52. Used a hot plate
55. North Pole products
56. Prize for Gorbachev
in 1990
58. Wax-coated cheese
60. Skin bump
61. Articles
62. Fred Flintstone's pet
63. Tram cargo
64. PDQ, in a memo
65. Barely make do

1. Personal pronoun
2. Acorns of the future
3. Legal order
4. Barren
5. Attila's kind
6. Sums
7. The Fab Four
8. Humor
9. You're in the __
10. Playful child
12. Transferred, as
13. Hold tightly
14. Bureau part
19. Conquered

21. Long, long period
24. What Clint talked to
in Paint Your Wagon
25. Sublease
26. Frequent
27. Toiled in the trireme
28. Basketball position
29. Road curves
30. Scout pack
32. Drop behind
34. Small amt.
39. Most impolite
40. Asian nation
41. Stereotypes
42. Pockmarked
44. Fine and dandy,
in space
46. By way of
49. Leonine sound
50. Jane
(Bronte novel)
51. Units for Seurat
52. Rope fiber
53. on the Warpath
54. Like a dungeon
55. _-by-four
57. Actress Benaderet
59. Izzy's prohibition-
agent partner

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Tour,i , r ..pul r-t c-, r very busy salon.
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6100 - Business/
6110 - Apartments
6120 - Beach Rentals
6130 - Condo/Townhouse
6140 - House Rentals
6150 - Roommate Wanted
6160 - Rooms for Rent
6170 - Mobile Home/Lot
6180 - Out-of-Town Rentals
6190 -Timeshare Rentals
6200 - Vacation Rentals

1 Bedroom unfurnished anart-
ment. Great for seniors. $375
month plus deposit. 626-0287
If no answer leave message.

Small Efficiency Suitable
for one person.
$500/mth includes all
utilities. Call: 981-9399

1/BR furnished 1/BR un-
furnished no pets. Has
laundryroom, in ground
swimming pool, in walk-
ing distance to stores,
restuarants, etc. $475
1pus deositBring ad
us$100 off. merad '
Sands 712-9968
2/1 Clean, quiet,
washer/dryer hookups.
$490/mth $475/dep.
2/BR 1/BA near Whit-
ing Field $550/mth
$550/security Don
Cumbie Realty
Efficiency All utilities
paid. No dogs. Walking
distance to stores,
restuarants, etc. Laun-
dryroom, in ground swim-
min pool. Bring ad
$10% off. Emerald Sands
Several unfurnished no
dogs. I pay the water.
Laundry room, pool,
walking distance to
stores, restuarants, etc.
$550-$650 mth plus
dep. Bring ad $100 off.
Emerald Sands


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HjDivorce'108, Adoption *80
tipe C- Name Change 155
S Augustine FREE Typing, Call for
SFairm irect Worksheet (850) 434-7524
We Deliver � 1850 N. "W" St.
434-0066 (I t bik. N. of Flea Market)

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


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

K & N Lawn


The All New!


B & B Home
25 years experience.
Free Estimates. Licensed
& Insured. Call anytime
(850)981-3936 or
"No job too small!"

Concrete *Trimming Stewart's
Mike iKayior *Debris Removal Work
Cement Mason Very reasonable prices. Tree.& stump
.*Patio*Driveways Licensed & Insured debris remove
*Walks 850-791-0861 cleanup, bush
Free Estimates dsn, l
No job too small. Qual- discinbgland
ity work at affordable backhCearn demot
prices. Land Clearin demolition &
9 4-0897 Doubie "B" 516-1801 or,
Land Clearing Licensed &
Concrete Backhoe Work.
Ron Gilley Licensed & Insured.
Concrete Bryen Ballard.
Driveways Patios (850)994-5740
*Sidewalks*All Phases of Tree/Slump Work
Concrete*Concrete Re-
moval Residential & Coam- Stump
mercial. and Bobc.
Free Estimates. * .
(850)554-4107 nc t um Rem
-Stump Removal

D & D Fence
Company, LLC
Serving Santa Rosa
County. 16 years
Specializing in Wood
Fences/ Decks/ Docks
Border to Border
Fence & Deck
All types of fencing in-
stall ed and repaired.
Specializing in privacy
fencing and wooden
decks. Our privacy
fences are built with
SCREWS. Free Estimates.

Free Estimates
Licensed & Insured
Robert Warner

Certified Landscape
We specialize in:
*Sprinkler Systems
*Complete Flower Bed
Design and Installation
*Lawn Maintenance
*20% Discount on
Sprinkler systems and
other services, through
March 2008.
*Free Estimates

Trim LLC
Licensed & Insured Call
for Free Estimates. Inte-
rior Painting, Trim Work,
Pressure washing. Exte-
rior Paintin.

al & storm
hogging &

at Joe,

Clearinq *Dirt Work *
Debris Removal. Special-
izing in evening and
weekend work. Senior
Citizen Discount. Free Es-
timates. 350-390-2841
Licensed & Insured.

Page's Tree
Pit Stop
Parts & Services
5736 Washington Street,
Offering racing supplies
all types of welding, high
temperature pressure
"If we ain't got it....
we'll get it."

TNT Metal
Building, Inc.
R.V. & Boat covers, gar-
ages, portable sheds,
Call for best
Prices in town
Galvanized Steel
Many sizes/colors
Free delivery & setup.
Dbl carport now only
(8501 983-2296 or
Call: (850) 206-4008


I_ 7160 |

1999 Doublewide on
acre of land. 3BR/2BA,
garden tub & walk-in
closet in master suite, cus-
tom blinds, kitchen appli-
ances included, 2
porches, 1 large deck,
24 x 22 garae with
door. 850-67.-1131, af-
ter 5:00p.m.


1994 Chevy Caprice W
Classic runs great very Wanted to Buy
nice. $1500.00 Call disabled street bikes, dirt
463-4786 bikes, 4-wheelers, all
others considered, we
1998 Caviller 4/DR pay cash and will
4-speed automatic, elect. pickup. 850-517-7731
windows, radio, cool
A/C, low mileage,
non-smoker, equipped to
tow with motor home,
great gas mileage. Call:
623-5145 8330

6140 - --_6170 _
"3/1 Home 8959 Munty io ivinn
Gristmill Woay E. Mil- Peacefu quiet &clean.
ton $875* 3/2 on 1 acre with
fenced playyard, storage
*2/2 Home 7867 shed washer/dryer. Min-
South Airport Rd., E. utes from lakes, creek &
Milton $25"* horse stables.
*4/2 Non-smoking environ-
*4/2 Mobile Home ment.
4722 Thoroughbred $625mth/$575dep.
Rd. $795* 957-1001
*2/1 Home 4641 Geri Milton
St., Milton $800* Quiet Clean Park
Rent includes water, gar-
*3/2 Home 5528 bage and lawn service.
Wesley Dr., Milton No Pets.
$850" 2BR/1 BA for $400/mth,
also 2/2 for $475/mth
*3/2 Mobile Home Call 255-7772
6537 Stanley Cir. Milton
$750* RV lot off of Avalon .Blvd.
Santa Rosa Realty $250/mth water & gar-
623-0077 bae included.
Small 1/BR house rent call for pricing and
$700/mth $150/dep., availability
utilities furnished. No 850-983-1091 or
pets. 623-8415 850-368-7506
Jay/Milton/Pace Pace
2/1 bath. Total electric,
Rentals 2 & 3 Pollard Paul. Water &
bedrooms. $400-$650 arbae furnished.
per month. Call $4357mth $200/dep.
994-5703 No pets. Bay Crest Realty
3/2 brick home, laun- Pace
dry room & garage in 2/2 5116 Ridgeway
Pebble Ridge off of Ava- Blvd. Private lot, total
Ion Blvd. $'900/mth Call: electric, no pets.
983-2118 $525/mth $300/dep.
Bay Crest Realty
Milton 994-7918
3-4/BR Houses for rent. P
Prices range from Pace
$625-$65mth fr usom 3/2 Doublewide private
deposits. 2-mth us lot. 4832 Guernsey Rd.
4 59 o Total electric, no pets.
994-0179 $750/mth $300/dep.
Milton Bay Crest Realty
6416 Misty Lake Dr. 994-7918
3BR/2BA-AI[ electric se- Pace
cluded in town location. Mobile Home in park.
NO PETS. References 3/BR 1/BA. Totalelec-
and lease re- trick, noets. $525/mth
quired. $800+$600 Sec . $30o/dep.
. After 4prca Bay Crest Realty
5 -593-60 I 994-7918
Weekends only call 997
850-718-6644 Pea Ridge Area
2/BR t/BA Mobile
Milton home in park. Water &
Plantation Woods Subdi- aarbae furnished.
vision, New home, 450 mth $200/dep.
1350sf. 3/BR 2/BA Total electric, no pets.
$775/mth Security De- Bay Crest Realty
posit $650. 582-7222 994-7918
Milton/Pace -------..
3/BR 2/BA, double-car ,,
garage. New tile & car- ri..'
pet. M military clause hon-. . .'
$800/deposit. Call
Navarre, Robledal Es- r R IA M
states, 7056 Lago Mirada I REAL ESTATE FOR SALE
2 living areas, 3 br, 2 I
ba, 2 ea, 2000sf. 7100- Homes
$11 00mo. Ist mo rent 7110 - Beach Home/
free. 217-1853 or Property
939-4060 7120 - Commercial
7130 - Condo/Townhouse
Pace 7140 - Farms & Ranches
4BD/2BA behind 7150 - Lots and Acreage
4BD/2BA behind 7160 - Mobile Homes
Pea Ridge Elementry. 7170 - Waterfront
$925 per month. 7180 - Investment
850-23 2-9700 Property
Pace 7190- Out-of-Town
3578 Acy Lowery Rd. Real Estate
Spacious brick home with 7200 - Timeshare
a large, enclosed pool. ,
3.5 acres. 5br/4.5
baths; 3,614 SF. $2,250
er month. Call 7100
478-4607 Eric Gleaton
Pea Ridge Area VESTOR shares many
3/2 1600 sf. $825/mth awesome secrets on how
$825/security to become successful in
Don Cumbie Realty ANY market. It's shock-
Call: Barbara 377-6787 ing how easy this is. Reg-
ister FREE at:
include name, address
and phone for location
6150 - and time, or call
Navarre- Lg 3br 2ba 850-324-0494. LO-
house to shore. Cou- CATION and TIME will
WFies or sinles welcome be sent via email.
711 rii I A~i. rAQJUU I Yunedt el o

2005 Coachman RV
Camper trailer. Rollout
livingroom, sleeps 8,
queen size bed in front
room and bunk beds in
back room and 2 more
that makes beds, shower
& tub. Canopy on front.
Asking $15 000. Has all
the extras. 981-8135

36' Monaco
2001 Diesal, 2 slide
outs, paired w/2004
Jeep Cherokee Limited
Ltd. w/aux. braking for
1992 Ford Ranger
5-speed, depen cable
$900 obo. 626-7073

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* Cathedral C -hin. in Great Room
* Spacious Kitchen with custom cabinets
- Split Floor Plan
* Ceramic Tile Flooring
* Spacious Closets in all Bedrooms
* Architectural Shingles * Vinyl Exterior Trim
* Luxury Marble Vanity Tops
Quiet & Efficient Electric Heat Pump

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Pace or you're an Investor
maybe I can Help! Call :

3BR/1 /2BA to share a
home. All house privi-
leaes utilities included.
$395/month with
Small dog ok. Call
995-1125 or 463-4103

All utilities included,
Downtown Milton, Living
space 2200 sq ft. on
water, large fireplace
AC/HC, patio, formal liv-
ingroom, diningroom,
breakfast bar any disabil-
ities, furnished, cable TV,
microwave, small appli-
ances, private parking,

850-259-4274 -

You could sell your
house NOW for a fair
price and you didn't
850-324-0494 x3


850-983-8195 Commercial 1.5 acres
Route 87.
Milton/Munson 850-982-9312
Long or short term.
Quiet non-smoking envi-
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