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Place of Publication: Milton, Fla
Publication Date: October 8, 2008
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Accident fees back on drawing board


By BILL GAMBLING
bgamblin@srpressgazette.com

It looks like the city of
Milton will never get out of
the way of the fee ordinance
for automobile accidents.
Monday night council
members heard from the
Ordinance Review Com-
mittee a recommendation to
sending invoiced directly to


the responsible party with a
copy going to the insurance
company.
This would be compara-
ble to what is being done by
the City of Gulf Breeze, who
Milton has collaborated with
when it comes to the billing.
"We said we are not going
to do that," said Milton May-
or Guy Thompson. "This is
how we felt as a council all


along and I am not going to
change my position. I am not
wavering.
"I supported in the begin-
ning the insurance company
getting the bill and a copy to
the individual."
So far, the city of Milton,
according to figures through
Sept. 11, has billed $10,170
and only collected $4,635,
while the city of Gulf Breeze


has billed $6,140 and col-
lected $4,940.
Milton City Manager
Donna Adams stated they
have received some calls
about the bills and there are
three or four individuals
who are making payments
for their accident fees at this
time.
When this was brought up
a question on what was be-


ing actually billed also came
into question.
Apparently, minor acci-
dents were supposed to be
excluded form this billing
situation along with acci-
dents where a city resident
was a fault.
"The main plan with this
was to not place the burden
of at the feet of our tax pay-
ers alone," said Thompson.


"If it is not much of an ac-
cident then I don't see why
they are being billed.
"I want what this council
says carried out unless the
council changes it mind next
week, which they very well
could do."
One point of contention
on the billing is that anytime

See FEES A4


e


Bill Gamblin I Press Gazette
Jay's Boo Weekley waves the green flag qs the official starter of the AMP Energy 500 Sunday
at Talladega Superspeedway. Weekly, who is one of three Milton graduates on the PGA Tour,
will be inducted into the Milton Sports Hall of Fame at halftime of the Milton-Pace Football game
this Friday at Milton High School, Kickoff is slated for 7:30 p.m. More photos of Weekley and
Talladega can be seen at www.srpressgazelte.com


Weekley starts AMP Enery 500


By BILL GAMBLING
bgamblin@srpressgazette.com

TALLADEGA Boo Week-
ley got things started Sunday to
the roar of more than just a few
hundred thousand at Talladega
Superspeedway.
With a swing more like that
of a baseball player in the MLB
playoffs, Weekley successfully
did his job as the official starter
of the AMP Energy 500, which
is the fourth event in the Chase
for the Sprint Cup.
"I was going to make sure I
didn't drop the flag," said Week-


ley when asked if he was using
a golf grip or a baseball grip.
"Today was hard to describe be-
cause I have never experienced
a thrill like that before.
"When the race started it was
more of a rush of adrenaline and
I didn't realize the roar and feel
of the cars going past me until
lap two or three. Until then you
don't realize how close you are
and it makes you tremble."
Weekley, a 1992 Milton grad
and PGA golfer, enjoyed the
entire weekend at Talladega
with his family meeting driv-
ers and sharing the moment of


meeting the Tiger Wood's of
NASCAR, Dale Earnhardt, Jr.
"Before we met Dale Jr. we went
through the pits and looked
around the track," said Week-
ley. "It is amazing I get to play
golf and do all I do, but I get to
share experiences like this with
my son Parker.
"In my mind and my heart I
get to do what I love, which is
play golf. But it is also a job."
Weekley was in awe of meet-
ing Dale Jr., but it didn't take
long for them to start talking

See WEEKLY A4


Munson fest



set for this



weekend


By JENI SENTER
isenter@srpressgazette.com

In conjunction with State
Forest Awareness Month,
Blackwater River State Forest,
along with the Munson Fire
Department and Red Rock
Masonic Lodge, is sponsoring
a two day celebration and rec-
reation of the old days and old-
time ways of life in the Deep
South.
SThe annual event features
living history exhibitions and
will be hosted at Blackwater
River State Forest's scenic
Krul Lake Recreation Area
from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday
and Sunday, October 11-12.
A forest and wildlife edu-
cation display will be staffed
by Foresters, Biologists, and
Fish and Wildlife Technicians


to provide information about
the flora, fauna, and recreation
activities of the Blackwater
River State Forest.
Live animals native to the
area will be on display. Divi-
sion of Forestry staff who pro-
vide services to private land-
owners will also be available
to answer questions.
Guided ecology tours will
be conducted on the Sweet-
water Creek Boardwalk Trail.
The Friends of Florida State
Forests and the Florida Trail
Association will be represent-
ed, along with other recreation
user groups.
A partial list of the dem-
onstrations of old-time ways
includes cow milking, a sugar
cane mill, cane syrup making,

See MUNSON A4


United Way


to celebrate


Day of Caring


United Way of Santa Rosa
County (UWSRC) invites
the community to partici-
pate in its 4th Annual Day of
Caring on October 23, 2008.
Teams of local businesses
and civic groups will come
together and assist local non-
profit agencies or a neighbor
in need with a project that
would not normally be com-
pleted due to lack of money
or manpower. Projects vary
year to year, but in 2007 in-
cluded facility work, office
help and craft projects such
as creating greeting cards for
the ill or elderly.
"We are excited about
connecting local businesses
and civic groups with our
partner agencies," said Mari-


anne Back, community proj-
ects coordinator for UWSRC.
"On this Day of Caring, we
hope to generate a renewed
spirit of community and civic
pride in Santa Rosa County."
UWSRC urges Santa Ro-
sans to LIVE UNITED by
building a team, sponsor-
ing the t-shirt or helping to
spread the work about Day of
Caring. Participants will re-
ceive a free LIVE UNITED
t-shirt and a hearty meal at
the Day of Caring Celebra-
tion Breakfast. Each year,
UWSRC board members
show their support by pre-
paring and serving breakfast
to Day of Caring volunteers.

See CARING A4


27th Annual Holiday

Craft Fair


Make plans now to come
help us celebrate our 27th an-
niversary of the annual Holi-
day Craft Fair on Nov. 7 & 8
at the Santa Rosa County Au-
ditorium (Old Bagdad Hwy.
near Avalon Blvd. intersec-
tion) in Milton from 9:00
a.m. to 5:00 p.m. During the
past 27 years, the show has
gained a reputation as a great
place to find a variety of
handmade gifts and decora-
tions from local and regional
crafters. A special highlight
of the show has always been


the wonderful homemade
soup .and sandwiches made
by the talented members of
the Association for Home
and Community Educators
(HCE), which sponsors the
show.
Admission is free. Lots
of door prizes will be given
away. For more information
contact Santa Rosa Co. Ex-
tension Office at 623-3868.
Booth space is still avail-
able for rent. If you want to

See HOLIDAY A3


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Publisher
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Obituaries ......... B2 Community ....... B2


Sheriff's Report.. A3
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Monday, 11:31 a.m.
My name is Lonnie Skin-
ner and I live on Ward Basin
Road. We sure do need some
traffic control to slow the peo-
ple down between 1-10 and
Highway 90. We need this es-
pecially on the weekend. This
traffic is dangerous and needs
to slow down.

Sunday, 2:15 p.m.
Hi, this is just an observa-
tion, but on Dogwood Drive
in front of Winn Dixie. I see
people turning time and again
out by Advance Auto Parts,


Bobby Lloyd Pittman
1935 2008

Bobby Lloyd Pittman,
beloved husband and father,
slipped peacefully away
on Monday, July 21, 2008
at Abilene Regional Medi-
cal Center in
Abilene, TX
after an ex-
tended illness.
Lloyd was
born on De-
cember 9,
1935 in Lake,
MS to the late Bobby Lloyd
Willie Ber- Pittman
trude Pittman
and Ana Lu-
cille Pittman. He was long-
time resident of Baird, TX,
and a United States Air
Force veteran serving in the
Korean Conflict. He was
also a lifelong truck driver
and loved to go fishing in his
spare time.
He was preceded in death
by his parents; one brother
- Rev. Joseph R. Pittman of
Gulfport, MS, and one sis-
ter-Barbara Ann Pittman
of Lake Village, AR.
Survivors include his
loving wife of 30 years-
Mildred Jeanette (Blanken-
ship) Pittman of Milton; and
1 daughter-Alaina Marie
Pittman of Jackson, MS; 2
brothers-Willie B. Pitt-
man, Jr., of Clinton, MS and
Maurice Lavelle Pittman of
Terry, MS.; 1 sister-Peggy
Lucille Clay of Columbus,
MS; 2 grandchildren-Justin
Lee Pittman and Ashleigh
Nicole Pittman; and 1 great
granddaughter-Oaklee
Marie Riley. Arrangements
are pending.

Molly Jane Jernigan
Ward
1931 2008

Molly Jane, daughter of
Gasque and Virginia, went
Home Sunday, September
28, 2008. Molly Jane was a
proud Santa Rosa County
resident and a member of
one of the pioneer families of
Northwest Florida. She was a
member of the Daughters of
the American Revolution as
well as the Daughters of the
Confederacy. She was also a
member of the Floridatown
Historical Society.
Except for the past few
years, she was involved in
many civic activities, a lot
of them being the restoration






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but time and again they don't
turn right. Instead they turn
left and enter a do not enter
place to go left. I have seen
this over and over. We need
to either take the sign down
or periodically patrol this.
Something has to be done.


and preservation of many
of the old Santa Rosa Cem-
eteries. Molly Jane was a
member of Elizabeth Chapel
United Methodist Church,
of which was named for her
great-grandmother.
Molly Jane was preced-
ed in death by her husband
and soul mate, Jim Ward, in
1983; she has four sisters, Ju-
lie Booher, who went Home
in January 2004, Pat Price,
of DeFuniak Springs, Hester
(Wilbert) Courtney, of Mil-
ton, and Myra Hughes, of
Pace.
She leaves behind four
adoring children, who will
miss her most of all, David
(Joyce) Mitchell, of Pace,
Ginny (Richard) Garrett,
of Pace, Crystal Ward (Jim
Lane), of Pace, Jayme (Rob-
in) Ward, of Milton; also,
ten grandchildren-Jesse
Mitchell, Heather Baesman,
Bonnie and Hollie Livings-
ton, Laura and Matt Melton,
Tiffany, Charlsey and Cody
Martin, and James Ward.
"We love you, Grand-
mother. We won't forget the
things you taught us."
Funeral services for
Mrs. Ward were 11:00 a.m.,
Thursday, October 2,2008 at
Elizabeth Chapel with Rev.
Byrd Mapoles officiating.
Burial followed in Elizabeth
Chapel Cemetery with Lew-
is Funeral Home directing.
Visitation was 5:00 7:00
p.m., Wednesday, October
1, 2008 at Lewis Funeral
Home, Pace Chapel, 4777 W.
Spencerfield Road in Pace.
Active pallbearers were
Gary Price, Danny Hughes,
Leon Livingston, Jeff
Melton, Calvin Robinson
and Johnny Rollo.
Honorary pallbearers
were Edward Collinsworth,
Alvin Enfinger, Harold Dan-.
nelley, Wilbert Courtney,
Dave Rankin and Mike Ri-
ley.
Friends may send condo-
lences and share fond memo-
ries with the family to www.
lewisfuneralhomes.net.
Let the family know you
care. Sign the guest book at
www.srpressgazette.com.

Bonnie Edna Lewis
1921 2008

Bonnie Edna Lewis, who
was born November 12,
1921, age 86, of Milton, FL
passed away Tuesday, Sep-
tember 30, 2008. She was re-
tired from West Florida Hos-


They need tickets like every-
body else does.

Sunday, 1:57 p.m.
Yeah on the fire response
update. When you give the
amount can you break it down
by each department like Al-
lentown, Pace, Munson, Jay,
Bagdad, and also include their
budgets. We should know how
much is raised by each depart-
ment and how it is spent. We
need to know how much they
are raising and what they are
spending it on. The executive
committee is doing an alright


pital where she was the Food
Service Supervisor. Mrs.
Lewis was a charter mem-
ber of Whitfield Assembly of
God Church since 1946. She
was preceded in death by her
husband of almost 60 years,
Oliver Fern Lewis.
Mrs. Lewis is survived
by her sons, James (Do-
ris) Lewis, David (Debbie)
Lewis, Earl (Diane) Lewis,
and Kenneth (Gloria) Lewis;
three daughters, Joan (Ar-
thur) Eddy, Janice (Bobby)
Lee, and Elizabeth Taylor;
thirteen grandchildren;
twelve great-grandchildren;
one great-great-grandchild;
two brothers, Ollie Hicks
and Carl Hicks; five sisters,
Pauline Osburn, Denise
Pilcher, Clara Myers, Betty
Simmons, and Donna Raney;
other extended family mem-
bers and friends.
Funeral services for Mrs.
Lewis were 2:00 p.m., Sat-
urday, October 4, 2008 at
Whitfield Assembly of God
Church with Brother Joe
Gillman and Brother Ad-
dison Peaden officiating.
Burial followed in Whitfield
Assembly of God Church
Cemetery with Lewis Fu-
neral Home directing. Visi-
tation began at 12:00 Noon
until the time of service.
Friends may send condo-
lences and share fond memo-
ries with the family at www.
lewisfuneralhomes.net.
Let the family know you
care. Sign the guest book un-
der news/obituaries at www.
srpressgazette.com.

Roberta Pfeiffer Perry
1931-2008

Roberta Pfeiffer Perry,
age 77, went Home to be
with the Lord on Sunday,
September 21, 2008. Ro-
berta, "Bobby" to a lot of
people that knew her, was
born in Pensacola, Florida
but lived most of her life
in Milton. She held down
many jobs, at places such as
Vanity Mills, the pharmacy
at Santa Rosa Hospital, and
various ships around town.
She was a substitute school
teacher and worked in oth-
er capacities in our local
schools. She welcomed peo-
ple into her home, 'adopt-
ing' many military person-
nel who were .stationed at
NAS Whiting Field. She
was 'Nana' or 'Miss Bobby'
to scores of children that
she cared for throughout


job, but what I want to know
about is the fire departments.

Saturday, 2:52 p.m.
My name is Boo. I want
to say that I am a transplant
to Milton and I love it here.
But I feel like the homecom-
ing parades are very lacking.
Where are the high school
reunion groups? Why not
stop traffic for the children's
safety? Come on Milton; sup-
port the bands, football team,
and such. Why aren't the
businesses out to support the
parade?


the years. Whether teaching
Sunday School, doing volun-
teer work at a nursing home
or as one of the 'Friends of
the Library', she brought joy
to those around her. More
recently, she warmed the
hearts of many people all
over town by bringing them
'goodies' when she would
visit different businesses
and doctors' offices, and she
was know to some as 'The
Candy Lady'.
She is preceded in death
by her parents-Robert and
Esther Brazier Pfeiffer; her
sister-Nancy Diaz; and
one son-Richard Perry.
Mrs. Perry is survived
by her devoted husband of
59 years-Sanford Perry, of
Milton, FL; her children-
Sandra (Charles) Wells, of
Shelby, NC, Lee (Sherry)
Perry, of Pace, FL, Susan
(Michael) Mims, of Pace,
FL, and her daughter-in-
law, Catherine Perry, of
St. Cloud, FL. Mrs. Perry
was so proud of her eight
grandsons-Jeremy (Kristi)
Perry, US Army, Charles
Wells IV, Jonathan Wells,
SSGT Jason Mims, US Air
Force, SGT Kenneth (Son-
dra) Perry, USMC, SGT
Justin Mims, USMC, Alan
Perry and Connor Perry;
two granddaughters-Tere-
sa Perry and Ashley Perry;
and three great-grandchil-
dren-Rhys Perry, Amelia
Perry and Abigail Perry; her
brother-Charles (Eva) Pfe-
iffer, of Germany; and one
sister-Deborah Holloway,
of Pace, FL.
Funeral services for
Mrs. Perry were 1:00 p.m.,
Thursday, September 25,
2008 graveside at Milton
Cemetery with Rev. Paul
Counsel officiating and
Lewis Funeral Home di-
recting. Visitation was from
5:00-7:00 p.m., Wednesday,
September 24, 2008 at Lew-
is Funeral Home, Milton,
Chapel.
Friends may send condo-
lences and share fond memo-
ries with the family to www.
lewisfuneralhomes.net
Our family is grateful
to all that have helped to
care for 'Bobby' since her
health started failing. Spe-
cial thanks to Dr. Joseph
Cherian, who is part of our
'extended family,' who gave
such loving care to her in
her last days.
She will be missed, but
remembered by all those
whose lives she touched.


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OBITUARIES








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SHERIFF'SRepot


HOLIDAY from page Al


The following includes
the dates from September 22
until September 30, 2008
Seaton, II, J.ames Cag-
ney; Male; 44; 3006 Marcus
Point Blvd., Pensacola; DUI
Alcohol or Drugs 2nd Off,
Drive While Lie Susp Ha-
bitual Offender, Possess Co-
caine, Fraud-Imperson-False
Id Given to LEO. 9/22/08
Chechak, Alex Olaf;
Male; 35; 2403 Reservation
Rd, Gulf Breeze; Contempt
of Court-Viol Injunction
Repeated or Date Viol, Bur-
glary Unoccupied Structure
Unarmed, Larc-Theft is
$300 or More But Less Than
$5,000. 9/23/08
Hale, Summer Leigh;
Female; 22; 6611 Grace St.,
Milton; Flee/Elude Police
Fail to Obey LEO Order to
Stop, Operate Motor Vehicle
W/O Valid License, Neglect
Child W/O Great Harm,
Resist Officer- Officer W/O
Violence. 9/23/08
Kallutz, Lynette Adele;
Female; 43; 1874 Sunny Oak
St, Gulf Breeze; DUI Alco-
hol or Drugs 2nd Off, Refuse
to Submit to DUI Test, Asslt
on Officer Firefighter EMT
Etc, Resist Officer with Vio-
lence. 9/23/08
Nelson, Joshua Lee; Male;
20; 4520 Creighton Rd, Pen-
sacola; Probation Violation-
Felony. 9/23/08
Pentecost, Tina Marie;
Female; 51; 611 Center St,
Ft. Walton Beach; Probation
Violation-Felony. 9/23/08
Maglaris, Patrick James;
Male; 16; 5816 Rutherford
Rd, Pace; Aggrav Asslt-W/
Deadly Weapon W/O Intent
to Kill (domestic violence),
-Battery-Touch or Strike (do-
mestic violence). 9/23/08
Miles, Mitchell Andrew:
Male; 19; Homeless; Burgl
Unoccupied Structure Un-
armed, Larc-Theft is $300 or
More But Less Than $5,000.
9/23/08
Rockwell, Lauren Di-
-anne; Female; 20; 4476
Gainer Ave., Milton; Drugs-
Possess Cntrl Sub W/O Pre-
scription, Marijuana-Possess
Not More Than 20 Grams,
Narcotic Equip-Possess And
or Use. 9/23/08
Dymond, Peggy Hodges;
Female; 54; 107 Green Drive,
Mary Esther; Probation Vio-
lation-Felony. 9/24/08
Haseltine, David Keith;
Male; 23; Dover Lane, Jack-
sonville; Aggrav Battery-
Cause Bodily Harm or Dis-
ability (2 cts.), Robbery With
Weapon (2 cts.). 9/24/08
Holland, Linda Lamar-
cia; Female; 37; 4041 Sheri-
dan Dr, Pace; Probation Vio-
lation--Felony. 9/24/08
Kallutz, Lynette Adele;
Female 43; 1874 Sunny Oak
St, Gulf Breeze; Probation
Violation-Felony. 9/24/08
SWestcoat, Gregory Keith;
Male; 52; 1957 Cardinal Ln,
Navarre; DUI. 9/23/08
Roberson, Michael Lee;
Male; 25; 3131 Harper Dr,
Navarre; Aggrav Battery
Offender Knew/Should
Have Known Vict Pregnant.
t/24/08
Taylor, Jeffery Daniel;
Male; 33; 6451 Skyline Dr.,
Milton; Damage Prop-Crim


Misch $1,000 or More, Larc-
Petit Third or Subseq Off.
9/24/08
Ward, Daniel Caleb;
Male; 25; 4332 Jernigan,
Pace; Asslt-Intent Threat to
do Violence (domestic vio-
lence), Battery On Officer
Firefighter EMT Etc, Resist
Officer Obstruct W/O Vio-
lence. 9/24/08
Wilson, Kimberly Ann;
Female; 47; 6420 Appaloosa
Ave., Milton; Probation Vio-
lation-Felony. 9/24/08
Hohenberger, Cindy
Lou; Female; 43; 1420 Jack-
son Ave, Chipley; Probation
Violation-Felony. 9/24/08
Feil, Thomas William;
Male; 57; 1152 Carla Dr,
Cantonment; DUI. 9/24/08
Demotts, Scott Ludwig;
Male; 45; 827 Bay Cliffs Rd,
Gulf Breeze; Aggrav Battery
Cause Bodily Harm or Dis-
ability. 9/25/08
Holley, Jeremy Dustin;
Male; 35; 3885 Legend
Creek Dr, Pace; Probation
Violation-Felony. 9/25/08
Passmore, Toni Heather
Ann; Female; 25; 7413 Hwy.
90 Milton; Pass Counter-
feited Bank Bill Check Draft
Note. 9/25/08
Vignolo, Justin Michael;
Male; 26; 3478 Teakwood
Dr, Pace; Sex Pred Viola-
tions-Fail Change/Review
Info on Driv Lie Wi 48 Hrs.
9/25/08
Barnhill, RoyCarlton, Jr.,
Male; 48; 3850 Norwood St,
Pace; Homicide-Willful Kill,
Murder Premeditated (Do-
mestic Violence) (9/25/08)
McElroy, Stephen Mi-
chael; Male; 47; 5851 Mi-
mosa Ave, Milton; Probation
Violation-Felony. 9/25/08
Smith, Melissa Diane;
Female; 34; 7604 Flowers
St., Pensacola; Pass Forged-
Altered Instrument, Fraud-
Sell Poss Mfg Alter DOH
Prescription Blanks, Forgery
of Alter Public Record Cer-
tificate Etc. 9/25/08
Boswell, Destin Jonas;
Male; 21; 199 Miller Rd,
Milton; Probation Violation-
Felony. 9/26/08.
Clark, Jr., Richard Sam-
uel; Male; 20; 8297 Calle
Mio, Navarre; Aggrav Bat-
tery Offender Knew/Should
Have Known Vict Pregnant
(domestic violence), Dam-
age Prop-Crim Misch $200
and Under, Resist Officer
Obstruct W/O Violence.
9/26/08
Fuscella, Masheighla
Storm; Male; 21; 406 Lux-
ury Ln, Knightdale, NC;
Drive While Lic From Other
State When FL Lic Susp,
Drive While Lic Susp 1st
Off, Battery on Officer Fire-
fighter EMT Etc, Aggrav
Battery On Officer Fire-
fighter EMT Etc (2 cts.), Re-
sist Officer With Violence (2
cts.). 9/27/08
Hale, Charles Houston;
male; 29; 2201 N. Pace, Pen-
sacola; Out of State Fugitive
From Justice. 9/26/08
Hammond, Demetrius
Deandre; Male; 25; 6618 Ap-
plegate St, Milton; Probation
Violation-Felony. 9/28/08
Hudson, Jessie Marie; Fe-
male; 36; 3830 Diamond St,
Pace; Failure to Appear for


Felony Offense, Veh Theft-
Grand 3rd Degree, Fraud-
Fail to Redeliver Hired Ve-
hicle. 9/28/08
Lowery, Crystal Lenhart;
Female; 30; 163 Bent Arrow
Dr, Destin; DUI. 9/27/08
Carpenter, Rebecca
Lea; Female; 24; 9177 Pleas-
ant Home Rd, Milton; DUI.
9/26/08
Garner, Kelly Lafe;
Male; 48; 101 Wilson Ave,
Thomasville, AL; Fugitive
From Justice. 9/28/08
Taylor, Jeffery Daniel;
Male; 33; 6451 Skyline Dr,
Milton; Crim Misch $1,000
or More, Larc-Petit 1st Of-
fense 9/28/08
Thomas, James Ryan;
Male; 24; 2121 Jeannie
Street, Navarre; Larc-Theft
is $300 or More But Less
Than $5,000, Burgl-Unoccu-
pied Conveyance Unarmed
(2 cts.), Larc-Petit 1st Off.
9/28/08
Trappman, Alison
Chambers; Female; 48; 4367
Woodville Rd, Milton; Pro-
bation Violation-Felony.
9/26/08
Harvell, Kenneth Ray;
Male; 54; 2605 North V
Street, Pensacola; Drugs-
Possess Cntrl Sub W/O Pre-
scription (4 cts.), Possess
Cocaine, Narcotic Equip-
Possess And Or Use (2 cts.)
9/26/08
Hindall, David Earl;
Male; 46; 5741 Ibis Rd, Mil-
ton; Asslt Intent Threat To
Do Violence, Battery-2nd or
Subseq Off. 9/26/08
Jordan, Jason Adron;
Male; 27; 9024 Timber Ln,
Navarre; Drive While Lie
Susp Habitual Offender.
9/27/08
Louie, Wendy Caroline;
Female; 21; 1709 E. Maxwell
St, Pensacola; Larc-Petit 1st
Off, Fraud-Utter False In-
strument, Pass Counterfeited
Instrument. 9/26/08
Odom, III, William Al-
len; Male; 35; 3029 Chris-
tine Street, Pensacola; Flee/
Elude Police Fail to Obey
LEO Order to Stop, Reck-
less Driving 1st Off, Drive
While Lic Susp 2nd Offense.
9/28/08
Laremore, Michael
James; Male; 54; 3005 E
Brainerd St, Pensacola. DUI.
9/27/08
Green, Gary Alfred;
Male; 44; 4118 Woodville
Rd, Milton; Drive Whole Lic
Susp 1st Off, Possess Co-
caine. 9/29/08
Jennings, Ronald Larry;
Male; 59; 4763 Shell Rd,
Milton; Drugs-Possess New
Legend Drug W/O Prescrip-
tion, Possess Cntrl Sub W/O
Prescription, Fraud-Possess
Blank Prescription Form St
Viol. 9/29/08
McGill, Clayton Dean;
Male; 18; 1435 Stanford
Rd, Gulf Breeze; Burglary-
Unoccupied Structure Site
of Emergency (2 cts.), BurglI
Tools-Possess With Intent to
Use, Larc-T1'heft is $300 or
More But Less Than $5,000
(3 cts.), Larc-Theft of Prop-
erty for Own Use Not En-
titled To. 9/28/08
Sweeney, Michael Eu-
gene; Male; 22; 4815 Carl
Book Rd, Milton; Resist


Officer-Flce Elude LEO
with Lights Sirens Active,
Marijuana-Possess Over 20
Grams. 9/29/08
Walker, Misty Gene; Fe-
male; 26; 5305 Traci Dr, Mil-
ton; Possess Marijuana Over
20 Grains. 9/29/08
Dubose, Hermann Har-
old, Jr. : Male; 45; 8160 Old
Stagecoach Rd, Milton.
Probation Violation-Felony.
9/29/08
Polischeck, Jason An-
drew; Male; 18; 3050 Laurel
Dr, Gulf Breeze; Burglary
Unoccupied Structured Un-
armed (2 cts.), Larc-Theft is
$300 or More But Less Than
$5,000 (2 cts.). 9/28/08
Mobley, Ray Chris; Male
48; Address Unknown,
Sneads, FL; Failure to Ap-
pear for Felony Offense.
9/29/08
Cooper, Jason Lawrence;
Male; 38; 6290 Berryhill
Rd, Milton; DUI Alcohol or
Drugs 2nd Offense, Neglect
Child W/O Great Harm, Re-
sist Officer Obstruct W/O
Violence. 9/30/08
Flack III, William
Charles; Male; 36; 3171 Wells
Beach Rd, Navarre; Burgl of
Unoccupied Dwelling Un-
armed No Asslt/Batt, Larc-
Theft is $300 or More But
Less Than $5,000. 9/30/08
Pittman, Derrel Lewis;
Male; 20; 4755 Offshore
Road, Milton; Aggrav Asslt
W/Deadly Weapon W/O In-
tent to Kill, Batt-Touch or
Strike, Disorderly Intox.
9/29/08
Klink, Raynie Ham-
monds; Female; 32; 4 Win-
field Way, Mary Esther; Bat-
tery Touch or Strike, Burgl
With Assault or Battery.
9/30/08
Singstock, David Alex-
ander; Male; 20; 8297 Calle
Mio, Navarre; Probation Vi-
olation-Felony. 9/30/08
Cooper, Jason Lawrence;
Male; 38; 8290 Berryhill
Rd, Milton; DUI Alcohol or
Drugs 2nd Off. 9/30/08
Olinyk, Paul Thomas;
Male; 47; 9466 Permenter
Rd, Milton; DUI Alcohol
or Drugs 2nd Off, Refuse to
Submit to DUI Test. 9/30/08


rent a booth or get additional
information, please call the
Santa Rosa Extension Ser-
vice at (850) 623-3868.
For more information or
if you have a question, call
the University of Florida/
IFAS-Santa Rosa County
Extension, at 850-623-3868,
between the hours of 8:00
a.m. and 4:30 p.m. week-
days. Hearing-impaired indi-
viduals may call Santa Rosa
County Emergency Manage-
ment Service at 983-5373
(TDD).
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from the-Salem Children's Home in Illinois.
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print at home and, literally, around the world.
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Woman's Club to feature


domestic violence program


By JENI SENTER
isenter@srpressgazette.com

Cecile Stephens announced that the
regular monthly meeting of the GFWC
Milton Woman's Club, Inc. will be held
on Thursday evening, October 9 at the
Milton Clubhouse. The clubhouse is lo-
cated at 6863 Oak Street in downtown
Milton. The meeting will begin at 5:30
p.m.
The Public Affairs Department,
co-chaired by Janet Rothbart and
Elaine Tyree, will be hosting the meet-
ing.
Speakers for the program will include
Assistant State Attorney for Domestic
Violence Kristina Lightel, who works in
Judge Ross Bilbrey's division, and Santa
Rosa County and Outreach Counselor for
Favor House of Northwest Florida, Inc.,
Sarah Elhoffer.


The speakers will discuss local domestic
violence issues and talk about the assistance
Favor House provides to the community.


The speakers will discuss local do-
mestic violence issues and talk about the
assistance Favor House provides to the
community.
In addition to the program, Rothbart
has prepared a "load the boat" ark to col-
lect toiletries for victims served by the
local Favor House.
Dinner will begin at 5:30 p.m. and will
be followed by the program and the busi-
ness meeting.
Stephens says those interested in at-
tending and/or becoming a member of the
Milton Woman's Club should call 623-
9635 to make a reservation or to inquire
about membership.


MUNSON from page Al


wood stove cooking, plowing
with a mule, food preserving,
whip making, quilting, chair
caning, bee keeping, basket
making,blacksmithing,moon-
shining, water-powered grist-
mill operation, corn shelling,
a chicken house, antique gas
engines, meat smoking, thread
spinning, tatting, sewing on
old treadle sewing machines,
Dutch oven cooking, animal
trapping the old-time way, a
re-enactment camp of the War
of Northern Aggression, Na-


tive American displays, wood
carving, basket making, corn-
shuck dolls, dulcimer making,
shoe cobbling the old way,
cross-cut sawing, and old log-
ging equipment.
The Sawgrass Revival
Band headlines the list of
continuous performers of old-
time southern acoustic string
music, live on the stage of the
famous Ryman.
On Saturday only, the Red
Rock Masonic Lodge will
have an Open House, with


an extensive display of pho-
tographs, newspaper-articles,
and other memorabilia of the
time when Munson was the
center of a thriving forest
products industry
A local authority on tur-
pentining will display his
collection, and there will be
a display of local taxidermy
specimens, and a Fish and
Wildlife Commission Officer
available to answer questions
about hunting and fishing in
the Blackwater area.


Also on Saturday only, the
Munson Volunteer Fire De-
partment will open the doors
to its new building, will have
its rescue/firefighting equip-
ment on display, will have a
child identification program
available, and will demon-
strate victim rescue/extrac-
tion.
There will be no cost for
admission or parking. For
more information, contact the
Florida Division of Forestry at
(850)957-6140.


WEEKLEY from page Al


away.
"When we went over to see
him, he was talking with some
kids through Make-A-Wish
and it was awesome to see,"
said Weekley. "He sat down
and treated them just like they
were his cousin or something.
"But when we met it
seemed like we were both a
little star struck."
On Saturday during his
press conference Weekley
noted how important meeting
Junior was to not only him,
but also his son Parker.


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"I know the first thing we
want to do is meet Dale (Earn-
hardt) Jr.," said Weekley, who
frequented the track on many
occasions. "If we don't see
Dale Jr. my son is going to tie
me up and skin me like a cat-
fish."
* After the race, Weekley
explained why Dale Jr. was so
important to not only him, but
also his son.
"Parker's room at home is
like a shrine to Dale Jr. and
his daddy," admitted Week-
ley. "Growing up I was a Dale
Sr. fan and after that day in
Daytona I was kind of heart
broken.
"Then I decided I was
going to stay with an Earn-
hardt; I was going to support
Dale Jr., win, lose, or draw."
Interestingly during the pre-
race ceremonies, only one
person got a louder positive
crowd response than Weekley,


and that was nearly everyone
wearing green who have been
dubbed, "Junior Nation."
"When I heard the crowd
roar it felt like I was back at
the Ryder Cup," said Week-
ley.
However, the biggest sur-
prise came during driver in-
troductions as Weekley got to
shake the hand of every driver
in the 43-car field.
"You could tell the ones
who played golf," said Week-
ley. "They would shake my
hand and say thank you and
congratulations on winning
the Ryder Cup.
"It amazed me that people
like Mike Skinner and Elliott
Sadler would follow golf, but
that is what they love to do
when they get a chance to get
away."
So would Weekley want to
face off against Dale Jarrett,
the ESPN NASCAR com-


mentator, who is known to be
the closest to a scratch golfer
on tour?
"I would love to play golf
with him," said Weekley.
"But not compete with him.
I would love to just play golf
and joke around with him like
I do when I am at home with
my friends."
Weekley has just launched
his own website, www.
booweekley.com..
But the next thing for him
is being inducted into the Mil-
ton Hall of Fame with fellow
PGA golfer Bubba Watson
this Friday when Milton hosts
Pace.
"I have only been to one of
these before," said Weekley.
"That was when my Uncle
Jim and Heath Slocum were
inducted.
"But it is an amazing feel-
ing to be honored like this by
your former school."


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ated then if the person at fault
is an out of town resident, they
are billed.
"We have not done reports
when there has been no inju-
ries, no damage to the vehicles,
and the drivers to an exchange
of information," said Milton
Police Chief Greg Brand. "But
there are times when one per-
son does not want a report, but
the other driver does."
Brandt also noted that his
officers are not adjustors and
can put dollar values to the
amount of damage done.


"You know if a BMW is
nicked then that is $500," said
City Attorney Roy Andrews..
"So it would be hard to deter-
mine and administer a price
limit."
Andrews also pointed out
how these numbers and cost
were derived.
"The police chief looked
at the number of accidents'
and figured these costs as we
asked," said Andrews. "It is
hard for an officer to calculate
they were at a scene 31 min-
utes and 52 seconds:"
Councilman Grady Hester


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taken back to the committee
and looked at again.
Following his motion,
which was seconded by R.L.
Lewis, Buddy Jordan asked
what would happen in the
mean time.
"Are we still going to keep
collecting or will we change
things," asked Jordan.
Hester amended him mo-
tion to include they continue
billing like they have and that
will also be address.
Lewis' second remained
and the matter passed 7-0.


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Local


The Florida Department
of Highway Safety and
Motor Vehicles recently
launched a Web site for
teen driver safety at www.
TakeTheWheel.net. The
new Web site, created by
teens for teens, challeng-
es young drivers to take
charge when they take the
wheel. DHSMV announced
the new Web site at Leon
High School with students
and other special guests.
"The Department is pro-
active in our focus on safe
driving, and we continue


to reach out to teen drivers
and their parents through
outreach initiatives like
Take the Wheel," said Ex-
ecutive Director Electra
Theodorides-Bustle.
"This teen-based Web
site is the first of its kind
in Florida as it is interac-
tive and allows drivers to
share their experiences
with peers. We encourage
driver's education instruc-
tors to use it as a tool,
too."
Vehicle crashes are the
leading cause of death


Vehicle crashes are the leading cause of death among teenagers in
our state and the nation. In Florida alone, more than 36,000 teen
drivers were involved in crashes last year. Also in 2007, more than
479 people were killed in an accident where a teen was driving.


among teenagers in our
state and the nation. In
Florida alone, more than
36,000 teen drivers were
involved in crashes last
year. Also in 2007, more
than 479 people were killed
in an accident where a teen
was driving.
"Learning good driving


habits from the beginning
is essential," said Direc-
tor of the Florida Highway
Patrol, Colonel John Cz-
ernis. "It is up to parents,
teachers, law enforcement
officers and other teens to
stress to new drivers that
with the privilege of driv-
ing comes a great amount


of responsibility."
Thanks to the coopera-
tive'efforts of DHSMV and
grant funding provided
through the Florida De-
partment of Transporta-
tion, www.TakeTheWheel.
net offers teens a chance to
talk about their experienc-
es with others, give advice,
listen, learn and challenge
one another to take charge
of their own actions behind
the wheel. This is a great
example of state agencies
partnering to serve Florid-
ians.


New Web site for Teen Driver


The third annual Bag-
dad Village Front Porch Art
Stroll features attractions for
every member of the family.
This year's event, scheduled
from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Satur-
day, Oct. 18, will include a
children's art area, wooden
boat show, Taste of Santa
Rosa with local restaurants,
musical performers and sto-
rytellers who will talk about
years gone by.
The Bagdad Museum
will be open and the popular
Artful Bowl fundraiser with
several choices of soups can
be found at the museum.
Featured artist this year
is Panama City native Tim-
othy A. Weeks, author of
the "Wise Mullet" series of


Santa Rosa

Medical

Center

births

Hannah M. Johnson
& Rollar R. Ayers, Jr. a
daughter, Jayden Rylee Ay-
ers, born Wednesday, Sep-
tember 3, 2008.
Holli Stribling & Brad
Driscoll, a daughter, Zoe
Emelia Driscoll, born Mon-
day, September 22, 2008.
Tina Stocks & Andrew
Anderson, a daughter, Se-
reniti Rain Anderson, born
Monday, September 22,
2008.
Becky & Jonathan Mc-
Cullough, a son, Dawson
Cody McCullough, born
Tuesday, September 23,
2008.
Tiffany Brosch & Bryan
Slay, a daughter, Makayla
Ann Slay, born Tuesday,
September 23, 2008.
Ashlee & Ronald Dun-
can, a daughter, Brooke
Dori Duncan, born Thurs-
day, September 25, 2008.
Cecelia Goodman &
Mitchel Bartee, a son, Jay-
son Ellis, Bartee, born
Thursday, September 25,
2008.
Kasey Munts, a son, La-
than Riley Lovelace, born
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Vol. 101, Number 52


Wednesday, October 8, 2008


www. srpressgazcLte .com


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Time to


find the


travelers

Some of the Press Gazette staff made the
trip to Talladega to watch Jay resident and
Milton graduate Boo Weekley wave the green
flag and start the AMP Energy 500.
They didn't return talking about the race or
Weekley, but rather, an aircraft-no, not the
Goodyear blimp.
GAmazingly, an airplane was circling the
track, pulling a banner which read, "Visit the
Beaches of Ft. Walton/Destin"
What a brilliant idea. Talk about getting
your name out where the people and the
money are.
Rooms certainly weren't inexpensive for
this event. At a "budget motel," rooms were
going for almost $200. And this figure did not
include state tax or other local fees.
For those who opted to beat the motel price
and camped, taking a hot shower cost $5. The
campgrounds even had people on hand, ready
to firewood to those with a credit or debit
card.
Hurricane Ike was still showing effects.
Gasoline was almost $4 a gallon and. there
didn't seem to be any relief in sight as even
NASCAR and the President of Talladega
Superspeedway were trying to make sure there
would be enough gasoline for people to return
home.
In short, a great deal of money was spent by
people who attended the event, so this was a
prime opportunity to get a message across to
an affluent (and captive) audience.
Santa Rosa is blessed with "sugar-white"
sand to the south and some of the best
streams and recreational sites in Florida
to the north.
These natural resources were just a few of
the reasons Santa Rosa created the "Beaches
to Woodlands" event every October
The annual parade of festivals has been
successful, but most attendees tend to come
from relatively nearby.
We feel the idea of the plane and banner,
used by Ft. Walton and Destin was a great idea
and, frankly, wish Santa Rosa had cooked up
the concept first.
This was an example of spending limited
advertising dollars at venues where there are a
lot of dollars being spent.
In short, such a plane a banner, telling
Talladega visitors about the "Beaches to
Woodlands" event could have pulled in some
first-timers from out of the area. Even if you
only pull a few, if they have a good time, word
of mouth will work wonders by next year's
event.
We, as a county, need to attract more and
more tourists and make sure there are places
for them to stay and things for them to do.
Tourism is a relatively clean industry and
every tourist dollar pulled to Santa Rosa is
one less dollar needed to be generated by
taxes.
Let's really begin telling the public
about our "best kept secret." Let's do all we
can to make sure they enjoy what Santa Rosa
County and our beaches and woodlands have
to offer.
And let's all make sure we dole out
the Southern hospitality to everyone who
chooses to visit here. We take our hats
off to the Ft. Walton and Destin area for
thinking outside the box and challenge
our own leaders to consider it a lesson
learned and work to "beat them to the punch"
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Hotty Toddy! with a little 'Flim-Flam'


By Ron Hart

Oxford, Mississippi,
the home of Ole Miss, is
a place at ease with itself.
If only the northern media
elite could reconcile
Oxford with something
beyond their own racial
terms, the nation could
move forward. As they
rail against prejudice in
others, the media choose
to see Ole Miss framed in
their own preconceived
narrative of police with
fire hoses and German
Shepherds---or worse,
Fox's Shepard Smith.
The upside is that their
misperceptions of the
South keeps them from
moving here, which will
make it more enjoyable
for those of us here.
When it hosted the first
Presidential Debate last
week, Ole Miss proved
that it is a different place
now. Who would have
imagined that a young
black male really wanted
to come there and an old
white ex-military guy was
seemingly afraid to visit?
Although the press was
all bowed up and ready
to be offended, they had
to look harder than they
had imagined to report on
perceived evil in Oxford.
The media, bent on
living in the past and
keeping racial anger alive,
could only point to James
Meredith, the young black


student who integrated the
University of Mississippi
in 1962. What upset them
the most was finding
that Meredith had not
become an angry liberal
like themselves after
what must have been an
extraordinarily difficult
experience; instead he
became a Republican.
Instead of letting "race"
define him, Mr. Meredith
has moved on (with
no .org after it), which
explains why you have
not heard much about him
since. That, to the liberal
media establishment, is
the ultimate injustice: not
respecting them for past
wrongs done to you.
I have a child at
Ole Miss and one at
Vanderbilt, so I was there
for the football game
the weekend before the
debate. I saw the city all
ready and proud to host
this historic event. Then,
when McCain decided
to go to Washington to
see what was up with
the economy and Obama
was forced to follow, the
debate was in jeopardy. It
seemed curious that these
two Senators went back
to D.C. to act concerned
about the goings-on
there, since they have
hardly been there in the
last two years leading
up to this mess, which
they helped create. Both
candidates, who have


never held a private sector
job or run a business,
rushed back to opine and
look presidential on the
$700 billion sub-prime/
mortgage bailout. I guess
the thinking there is: Who
best to put out the fire if
not the arsonists who set
it?
Sitting around a big
table with still-President
Bush and a whole
lot of accomplished
businessmen (I worked
at Goldman Sachs with.
Hank Paulson; we are
lucky to have him serving
as Treasury Secretary) did
not make for the photo op
they had imagined. With
Obama and McCain at
the table with Paulson, it
looked like the chairman
of the company called
in the bratty kids who
had made a lot of bad
financial choices to tell
them what was going on
with their trust funds.
Mission unaccomplished
in Washington, they
headed to Ole Miss to
debate.
Mississippi is an
interesting state. It is 62%/o
white, 38% black and has
one Muslim guy who is
afraid to leave his house.
Oxford is a town that has
gotten well past race and
exists in that comfortable,
college town world of
authors, professors and
the idle rich. The class
order there is determined


top to bottom by one's
degree of idleness. And,,
no one segment of society
speaks more for the
"working man" than those
with no apparent means',
of support. j
Like many
Southerners, I like
hanging on to some of
my roots. Just because
I almost tear up when r
I see a video of Elvis '
singing "Dixie" does not
make me a racist. As we
know, liberals cannot q
be racists even though Ar
they talk about every M
issue in terms of race;
of course conservatives,'l
by definition, are always 4
racists. I do not accept"
that premise set forth by"
the liberals, and neither'
should you.
The reality is that the,
South has made better
racial progress than the.,,.
North. I really believe .?;
Yankees find it easier to
point to perceived issues
in the South in order to-"
deflect their own racial
tensions. Oxford and
Southern gentility are
nothing about which we>
should be ashamed. At
least we teach our kids
manners and we pull over
to the side of the road for
a funeral procession. t o
I8a
Ron Hart is a
libertarian columnist
who can be reachedat.T
RevRonlO@aol.com


YOUR VIEWPOINTS


Let Nader speak
The race between Mc-
Cain and Obama is cur-
rently a dead heat. This
election will be decided by
who wins independent vot-
ers and swing states.
Well guess what? This
year, America's presiden-
tial ballot includes lifelong
consumer advocate, Ralph
Nader, running as an Inde-
pendent, and several others,
one a Libertarian, another
a Green, etc. They are vi-
able candidates with grow-
ing support. Each deserves
to be heard and to be in on
the debates.
Why aren't you cover-
ing this story? Third-party
candidates from diverse
views of the political spec-
trum will play a large role
in this 2008 election. Your
readers want to know this!
Our nation is stuck in two
wars, sinking deep into re-
cession, with huge finan-
cial corporations collaps-
ing daily, mortgage fore-


closures escalating, stock
market falling, and manipu-
lated oil prices permeating
our economic landscape.
Bush, his mostly inept ap-
pointees, and both major
parties greatly contributed
to the policies and deci-
sions that got us into this
terrible, horrific quagmire.
Yes, I support Ralph Na-
der! My 20 years of volun-
tary Air Force service, are
far in the past; however,
they only indicate how
much I love our vast coun-
try, and am totally disap-
pointed by what she has
become! Corporate and
personal greed continues
to be exposed as a prime
culprit for much of my dis-
appointment. We have lost
our way, become selfish
and greedy, and need true
leadership to find the way
out of this mess.
Ralph Nader has always
had the citizen's best inter-
ests in mind! He has led
the fight in many battles to
make sure that we are pro-


tected to live another day.
We are indebted to him for
making this country safer.
Ralph Nader's position on
the key issues mirror the
majority of yours and mine.
They are clearly stated on
his website, www.votenad-
er.com. Everything is out
in the open. In the past I
haven't provided much fi-
nancial support, due to the
huge amounts being spent
on election campaigns.
This year is different, and I
have made several smallish
contributions at this point.
Just to say, "putting money
where my mouth is".
Problem is this: With all
the state petitioning com-
pleted, the Ralph Nader
campaign announced, "that
Nader/Gonzalez will be on
the ballot in 45 states plus
D.C. That includes popu-
lous California and New
York. That's the most bal-
lots Nader has ever been
on--12 more than in 2004,
[two] more than in the in-
famous election 2000".


Ralph Nader is still not
being mentioned by the
news media as a candidate
for our Presidency. He is
being shut-out of the de-
bates, even though his na'-
tional poling is over 6 0.
He opinions on fixing thio
mess are refreshing anl
concise. Many say that voti
ing for Nader is nonsense,
because he can't win; but,
I say it is nonsense to vote
for anyone that doesn't ex-
press your way of dQin'
business. That, plus taking
corporation money to task
for trying to buy our vote.'
I urge you to live up to
your responsibility and tell
the American people aboit
their alternatives. For tho
sake of the American vot
ers, for the sake of our de.
mocracy, please do your
job. I am a total Nader
backer, and he express'
the views many of us share.
Ralph Nader is for REAL!"

GERALD FLYNN
DeFuniak Spiings


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SPORTSSideline


FWCReport


Blackwater Saddle dlub: The
Blackwater Saddle Club will
be hosting their monthly speed
show on Oct. 11 at the East
Milton Arena.
SSignups start at 10 a.m. with
tl show scheduled to begin at
11 a.m.
Five different events will
cover six different classes of
competition.
, The public is invited to
tch and enjoy a free day of

l.' For more information visit,
W.blackwatersaddleclub.
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St. Rose of Ulim 5K: The St.
"Rose of Lima 5K run and one
mile fun walk will be Oct. 11
at 9 a.m.
The even will award medals
io die top overall male and fe-
male runners as well as in many
different age groups along with
master, grand master, and great
grand master.
Entry fees for the event is
S15 by Oct. 9 and $20 on the
day of race. There is a no shirt
lionn of $10 and $15. Shirts
N IIll be guaranteed to the first
75 entrants.
STo register or for more in-
formation, call 623-8458 or e-
imail bcaseyl@bellsouth.net.

t Rotary lub Run: The Rotary
Club of Milton will host its
second annual "5K Running
the Trail for Education" on Oct.
18 at the Blackwater Heritage
State Trail in Milton. This 5K
run/walk is open to adults and
children of all ages. Entry fee is
120 for adults and $15 for stu-
dents if signed up by Sept. 19.
Free food, drinks, and t-shirts
will be provided to all entries
(while supplies last). Medals
and ribbons will be awarded.
If you are interested in becom-
ing a sponsor or participating
in the run/walk, e-mail ppol-
lard4078@theupsstore.com

Panther Take Down dub: The
Panther Take Down Club is
hosting a clinic on Oct. 18 at
Milton High School. The clinic
will feature Rob Herman and
will include lunch. The clinic
is designed for any wrestler in
sixth grade or higher to sharp-
en their skills for the upcoming
high school season. A special
emphasis will be placed on
drilling folkstyle techniques.
Cost of the camp is $45 and
lunch is included. For more in-
formation call 450-2434 or visit
www.mhswrestling.net.

Golf Invitational: The Tangle-
wood Ladies Golf Association
will be holding its Invitational
on Oct. 23. The event will
start at 9 a.m. with two person
teams playing best ball. Cost
is $55 per players. If interested
contact the pro shop and sign
up early.

"Golf Scramble: The Mil-
ton High School Baseball
Booster Club is sponsoring a
golf tournament on Oct. 25 at
Tanglewood Country Club.
This three person scramble
cost $225 per team and will
tee off at 8 a.m. Registration
-includes golf, lunch, beverage
carts, range balls, and prizes.
Cash prizes for first, second,
and third place. Prizes for the
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longest drive, closest to the pin.
hole in one and every player
wins a door prize. For more
information, call 293-2735 or
261-5117.

Garcon Point Bridge Run: The
Santa Rosa Education Founda-
tion is partnering with Media-
corn to announce its inaugural
"Connecting Education in San-
ta Rosa County" Garcon Point
Bridge Run. The special event
for children and adults supports
programs like Take Stock in
Children scholarships, teacher
grants, Little Red Schoolhouse
Teacher Supply Depot, and
recognition of teachers and
student countywide.
The five-mile run-walk will
be Nov. 15 at 7:30 a.m. A gen-
eral entry fee is $15 for children
and $20 for adults. Registration
is available on-line at active.
com or you can print a registra-
tion form at www.santarosa.
kl2.fl.us/sref

Futbol dub of Santa Rosa Fal
Soccer Registration: Registration
is currently ongoing for the
fall recreational season, online
registration is available at the
FCSR website www.fcsanta-
rosa.com. Registration fees
range from $100 to $125, there
is an additional fee for team jer-
sey. Individuals interested in
coaching or assisting can sign
up on the volunteer page while
registering their child or email
vicepresident@fcsantarosa.
com. More information on the
recreational and select soccer
programs is available on the
club website.

Pace Library Sports Raffle:
Friends ofthe Pace Library will
be raffling off various sports
items to add a children's activ-
ity room to the Pace Library.
Some of the items you could
win include a Eli Manning
signed Giants football, an Em-
mitt Smith signed Cowboys
helmet, a Travis Fryman signed
baseball, Boo Weekley signed
hat and picture, Haley Millsaps
signed hat and picture, Danny
Wuerffel signed mini-helmets,
and much more.
Ticket sales are underway
for $10 each or six for $50. The
raffle ends Nov. 29.

More activities can be
found at www.srpressgazette.
corn. Look for the box called
'Things to Do'.


This report represents
some events the FWC han-
died over the past week;
however, it does not include
all actions taken by the Di-
vision of Law Enforcement
Northwest Region from Sept.
26 to Oct. 2

ESCAMBIA COUNTY

On Sept. 25, Officer
Keith Clark was on water
patrol near Galvez Landing.
Officer Clark observed two
individuals on a dock, one
was fishing. Officer Clark
inspected the fisher's catch
and found she was in posses-
sion of undersized flounder.
A citation was issued for the
violation.

On Sept. 27, Officer Fred
Rondeau checked a vessel
in Pensacola Bay for safety
equipment and a fisheries
inspection. He found the op-
erator in possession of an un-
dersized red grouper. Officer
Rondeau issued a citation for
the violation.

On Sept. 27, Officer Gary
Ridaught was on water pa-
trol when he encountered a
man operating a vessel with
an expired registration. The
required checks revealed
that the subject was a fugi-
tive from justice and had two
felony warrants from Geor-
gia, one for possession of a
firearm by a felon and one for
violation of probation. The
man was arrested without
incident and booked in the
Escambia County Jail.

On Sept. 27, Lt. Dan Hahr
was on enhanced patrol in
Perdido River Wildlife Man-
agement Area when he ob-
served a small boat returning
to Sand Landing. A 4-year-
old girl in the boat was not
wearing a life jacket as re-
quired. When the opera-
tor pulled into the landing,
Lt. Hahr noticed suspicious
movements that led to a con-
sent search of the vessel. A
bottle containing three dif-
ferent types of prescription
pills was found in the vessel
operator's shoe. A subse-
quent search of the subject's
truck revealed more pills and
cannabis. A safety equip-
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jackets on board. The man
was booked for possession
of prescription pills without
a prescription, cannabis, and
paraphernalia. Additionally,
the operator was issued a ci-
tation for insufficient safety
equipment and a warning for
failure to have a life jacket on
the child while the vessel was
underway.

On Sept. 27, Lt. Dan Hahr
was completing his patrol in
Perdido River Wildlife Man-
agement Area when he en-
countered a man and woman
at a recreational area known
as the Pipes. The man was
driving a small truck in the
area which is closed to public
access at night. A computer
check revealed that the sub-
ject's license was suspended
and that he had failed to ap-
pear (in court) many times
in the recent past. Lt. Hahr
arrested the driver, charged
him with driving with a sus-
pended license, and trans-
ported him to the Escambia
County Jail. The driver was
also issued a written warn-
ing for the management area
violation.

SANTA ROSA COUNTY

On Sept. 26, Lt. Dan
Hahr's squad conducted a de-
tail targeting seafood dealers
and pet stores in the north end
of Santa Rosa County. Offi-
cer David Jernigan identified
the need, planned and coor-
dinated the detail which in-
cluded Officers Joe Murphy,
Monte Moye, Steve Hoomes,
Royce Johnson, Kenneth
Manning, Gary Ridaught
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resulted in the issuance of
three citations for failing to
have the proper retail licenses
and seven warnings for other
related violations. Twenty
retail establishments were
checked during the detail.

On Sept. 28, Officers
John Bell, Pat Roush and
Randy Webb responded to a
search and rescue mission in
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male victim was in a small
sailboat alone when the inci-
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the northeast wind steered
the vessel toward the subdi-
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near the shore. Santa Rosa
EMS responded by land and
waded out to the vessel as
Officer Jones arrived. The
victim was carried to a wait-
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erson City Boat Ramp and
transported to a nearby hos-
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Royals bounce back over Sneads


By BILL GAMBLING
sports@srpressgazette.com

An early fumble wasn't
an indication of thing to come
for the Jay Royals this past Fri-
day.
The Royals were in control
of their own gridiron jungle as
they chalked up their first dis-
trict win of 2008 over Sneads
30-6.
In the win, Jay also gave
head coach Elijah Bell his
100th career win.
I really don't know how
many it is, to be honest with
you," said Bell about the
achievement. "If it is, I'm
proud of my kids. I didn't win


one of them games. I didn't
take a snap, I 'didn't block or
tackle anybody. The kids did
every bit of it. I'm proud of
them, and I just look forward
to keep going."
Jay, who played their first
home game, is now 2-2 on the
year and 1-1 in District 1-A.
Rush Hendricks quickly
forgot about his first quarter
fumble and finished the game
with 142-yards on 29 carries
after missing two weeks with
a separated shoulder.
Sneads had the opportunity
to put the Royals on their heels
early on, but could not take ad-
vantage of Hendricks' fumble.
Then the Royals pounded


their visitors into virtual sub-
mission.
Hendricks rumbled 23
yards to move the ball to the
Jay 48 before Andrew Oliver
scampered 20 yards on a pitch
out.
Hendricks moved the
chains again before Dakota
Boughton rumbled 13-yards
for the first score with 4:07 re-
maining in the first quarter.
Special teams made for a
long night as the Pirates must
have felt as if they encountered
the perfect storm.
Dakota Walker pinned the
Pirates deep on punts three
times. After one Jay drive
stalled, Walker spotted the ball


at the 1-yard line. The defense
took advantage of their field
position and the Pirates were
forced to punt out of their own
end zone three plays later.
Thus, Jay won the battle of
field position.
With the ball resting at the
Pirates' 7 on fourth-and-1, Ste-
ven Brabham bounced a pass
off the hands of a defender and
into Jared Smith's arms at the
3 to make it first-and-goal for
the Royals.
Boughton capped off the
short drive with a 3-yard
touchdown run to give Jay a
12-0 lead with 56 seconds left
in the second quarter.
Jay pounded out 140 yards


rushing in the first half, led by
Hendricks' 79 yards on 17 car-
ries.
The Pirates (1-3, 1-1) were
not about to surrender as they
staged a last minute attack
and got the ball down to the
Jay 8 on a long pass play, but
the clock expired as Sneads
had expended all of their time
outs.
SThe Pirates struck first in
the second half as Mark Law-
son turned a fumbled snap
into a 70-yard touchdown run
to make it a six-point game.,
Jay's offense capitalized
on a fourth-down stop by the
defense, and on second-and-
goal from the seven, Brabhamin


downed Hunter Boutwell in
the left corner of the end zone
for a touchdown with 6:54 left
in the fourth quarter.
The Royals quickly
stretched their lead to 24-6
whenBrabhamconnectedwith
Boutwell on a 58-yard pass
with 3:35 left in the game.
"We changed what we
were doing," Bell said. "We
went from the Wing T to the I
(formation) this week. We felt
like that was the thing to do.
We blocked better. Every dis-
trict game you win, it just gets
better and better. Our defense
did a real good job tonight. We
had a real good game plan and
executed well."


Panthers claw






past Indians


By BILL GAMBLING
sports@srpressgazete.com

It looked like the Panthers
were going to get scalped on
homecoming, but in the end the
Panthers clawed their way to a
49-48 win in double-overtime
against the Choctaw Indians.
Milton looked to be in trouble
with around nine minutes left in
the game when Derrick Alexan-
der scooped up a Choctaw fumble
and returned it 45 yards for the
touchdown to tie the game.
Chris Baldwin tied the game
with the point after to make it 35-
35.
From there neither team could
seem to gain some momentum for
a scoring strike.
Jackie Bush scored in the first
overtime for Choctaw. while it
was Cody Johnson doing the hon-
ors for Milton.
In the second overtime the
game suddenly got tighter.
Choctaw seemed to have
stopped Johnson in the backfield,
but were flagged for a facemask
infraction to move the Panthers
half the distance to the goal.
Then Johnson heard his num-
ber called again as he scampered
to his left and around the end to
score.
Baldwin went out and knocked
through the point after.
Choctaw needed three plays
before David Weber would score
from two yards out to make it 49-
48.
Indians head coach Greg
Thomas sends out the kicking
team, but Milton calls a timeout.
During the timeout Thomas


decided to go for two-points and
the win.
Weber dropped back and then
,had to avoid die rush.
Before he ran out of bounds he
fired the ball to what appeared to
be an open receiver at the back of
the endzoni, but Avante Jennings
was right on the spot and deflected
the pass for the Panthers to win.
"We played hard tonight," said
Milton coach Mike McMillion,
who saw his team fall behind 21-0
in the first quarter. "It was a wild
one, a good fight.
"Tonight we had several play-
ers step up and take their turn;
they seized the opportunity and I
am very proud of them for that."
One of those players who
seized the opportunity was Matt
Floyd who finished the game with
221 yards in the air and another
85 on the ground.
Floyd, who came in relief of
starting quarterback Mikey Mc-
Million, sparked the Panthers
with a long pass of 41 yards to
Austin Worley on his third at-
tempt to lead Milton in their first


score of the comeback near the
end of the first quarter.
Milton, who was down 21-0
well before the end of the first
quarter, found itself leading by
halftime 28-21.
The key play to set up the
final score of the first half was
Barry Gooden's interception of
a Weber pass and returning the
ball all the way to the Choctaw
26 with less than a minute to
play.
Milton needed only two plays
as Floyd found Eric Hudson for
his second touchdown of the
game and Milton's first lead at
28-21.
The second half was a defen-
sive battle as both teams found
opportunities to strike, but not
near as often as the first half.
In the third period, Choctaw
tied it on an 8-yard run by Fred-
die Gray. The Indians then went
ahead as they blocked a punt and
Alec Schubele returned the ball
38 yards for the score.
But Milton rallied again, scor-
ing with around 8 minutes left to
tie the game and set the stage for
the overtime finish.
This is the third straight loss
for the Indians who are now 2-3,
while Milton got a much needed
win to improve to 2-3 heading
into this Friday's game against
cross-county rival Pace at home.
Kickoff Friday will be at 7:30
p.m. as Milton will also be in-
ducting two graduates into their
Hall of Fame.
This year's inductees are PGA
golfers Boo Weekley, who helped
the USA reclaim the Ryder Cup,
and Bubba Watson.


Patriots




caged Cats


By TOMMY McCLAMMY
PG Sports Correspondent

It was Homecoming week
for the Patriots, and on the
menu. this week was Wild-
cats. Spirits were riding high
for the Pace Patriots, coming
off an impressive win over
the Crestview Bulldogs the
week before, and wanted to
carry that momentum into
their Homecoming game
against a Wildcat team who
was struggling to find their
identity this season. After all
the glamour and glitter of an-
nouncing the Homecoming
King and Queen for 2008, it
was time to get down to busi-
ness in playing smashmouth
football.
The Patriots wasted no
time in setting the tone by
scoring on their second se-
ries, driving down the field,
grinding out yardage in the
running game, with Tyler
Hunt scoring on a 1 yard
touchdown run to give the
Patriots the early lead, 7-0.
The Patriots' defense rose
to the occasion on the Wild-
cats second series by stop-
ping them on a fourth and
one play, preventing the
Wildcats from gaining any
momentum to answering on
the Patriots' score. On the
ensuing possession, running
back Travis Scott found a
gap in ithe Wildcats' defense
and scampered 20 yards for a
touchdown, and quickly, the
Patriots were up 14-0.
T he Wildcats had no an-
swer to the Patriots running
game, giving up big chunks
ofyardage to Scott and Hunt,
and quarterback Aaron Mu-
noz captained the team up
and down the field like a
field general, managing the
clock and keeping the Patri-
ots nearly penalty-free. With
1:38 left in the first quarter,
Wildcats were on their own
20 yard line after a Patriots'
punt, and the first play from
scrimmage, the Wildcats'
quarterback Joseph Fran-
zone threw an errant pass
which was intercepted by
David Casey and ran back 20
yards for the Patriots' third
score of the quarter, making


it a 21-0 rout over the Wild-
cats.
The Wildcats could put,
nothing together consistent-
ly, spending most of the first
half on defense, while Pace
marched down the field with
ease, The second quarter was
much the same as the first for
Pace, with Travis Scott scoi-
ing his second touchdown of
the night on a 30 yard burst
through the line and into the
endzone, putting the Patriots
up 28-0. Then with 4:14 left
in the first half, Aaron Mu-
noz capped off the scoring
with a quarterback keeper
for 4 yards to seal the gape
at halftime 35-0.
The second half was
mostly ball control for Pace,
with Munoz pulled and sec-
ond string quarterback Zach
Potter to keep the lead for
the Patriots. Potter con-
trolled the offense, managed
the clock, and converted
key third downs, preventing
the Wildcats from trying to
mount a comeback. The Pa-
triots' defense continued to
stymie the Wildcats, putting
pressure on the quarterback
and preventing completions
and not letting the offense
gain any ground.
At the end of the game,
Coach Lindsey had this to
said about his team's per-
formance. "Our team came
out and played a solid game.
The key tonight %%as the lack
of penalties on our part, and
that was important to our
game plan. Scott and Hunt
did a tremendous job of
holding on to the ball and
gaining big yardage for us,
and Munoz did an excellent
job of managing the offense
and helping up move up and
down the field. I am %erN
proud of our boys. We knew
that Washington would be
tough, and we were not go-
ing to overlook them with
our big rivalry game against
Milton coming up next week.
We will continue to take each
game one at a time and keep
the momentum going."
Pace (3-2), will play cross-
town rival Milton next week
while Washington (1-4) will
visit Pine Forest.


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LIFESTYLES


Wednesday, October 8, 2008


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Jeni Senterl Press Gazette
First Friday Fest coincided with the 2008 Riverfest on Friday night at the Riverwalk and Main Street Milton. There were amusement rides, a.
climbing wall, and games for all ages. This fun-seeker tried his luck at a fishing game. Every attempt won a prize.


Festival fun


By JENI SENTER
jsenter@srpressgozette.com
The Beaches to Woodlands Festival
kicked off this weekend with various ac-
tivities around Santa Rosa County like
the Jay Peanut Festival at the Gabbert
Farm and the First Friday and Riverfest
Celebration in Milton.
Festivities continue this weekend
with the annual St. Rose of Lima Festi-
val will kicking off on Friday.
The festival will feature 14 food
booths, live music, dance performances,
and amusement rides for all ages.
Parking for the festival will be a
little different this year; visitors should
park in the lot across the street from the
church.


continues


The Bloodmobile will be on hand for
donations on Saturday from noon until
five.
Wristbands for the event will be $15
on Friday, $25 on Saturday, and $15 on
Sunday.
A Road race will be held on Saturday
at 9 a.m.
Musical entertainment will include
Mass Confusion on Saturday night and
many more.
Dance performance by Kingrey's
Kickers will be at 2:45 on Saturday after-
noon.
Also going on this weekend will be the
Munson Community Heritage Festival.
For more information on all the up-
coming events visit www.Beachesto-
WoodlandTour.com.


Jeni Senterl Press Gazette
Roasted sweet corn was one of the delicacies offered at the Peanut Festival on Sat-
urday. The sweet ears of corn were roasted in their husks and then dipped in butter,
sprinkled with seasonings, and then became a healthy and delicious portable snack.


Jeni Senterl Press Gazette
Children had fun playing on giant inflatable slides at the Gabbert Farm. Other fun activi-
ties for children included a trampoline with bungee straps, an inflatable obstacle course,
and a climbing wall, where climbers had the chance to win $40 for making it to the top
within three minutes.


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Wednesday, October 8, 2008


Page B2 | Santa Rosa's Press Gazette


Community


NEWSBriefs


Navarre Library Book
Sale
The Friends of the Na-
varre Library will host a
Book Sale at the Navarre Li-
brary, 8484 James M. Har-
vell Rd., Navarre, FL 32566,
open to the public on Satur-
day, October 11, 2008 from
9 am to 2 pm. Book Sale will
include: paperback books,
hard cover books, fiction,
non-fiction and children's
books. Bring your bag to fill
with books! In addition, the
Friends of the Navarre Li-
brary will host a members-
only "Snacks in the Stacks"
preview Book Sale, from 6 -
8 pm on Friday, Oct. 10. You
can purchase books and join
the Friends of the Library
that evening. Following the
evening book sale, there
will be an annual meeting to
elect a new slate of officers
and directors for 2008-09.

Veterans' Services
Office relocates
The Santa Rosa County
Veterans Services office in
Milton relocated to 6051 Old
Bagdad Highway, Suite 204
in the public services build-
ing. The office reopened at
the new location on Septem-


ber 29. The new phone num-
ber is now (850) 981-7155.
The move will allow better
utilization of office space
and house a majority of the
public services offices with-
in the same complex.
The veteran's services of-
fice location in Gulf Breeze
will not change. However,
their office hours changed
on October 1. The new hours
at the South Service Center
located at 5841 Gulf Breeze
Parkway will be 8 a.m.-
4 p.m., Monday through
Thursday. The hours of op-
eration at the Milton location
will remain the same, 8 a.m.-
4 p.m., Monday through Fri-
day.

Date Change for
Celebrate the Arts
The 151" annual Gulf
Breeze Arts. Inc. Celebrate
the Arts Festival has been
rescheduled from its normal
third weekend in March to
the 14'" and 15"' of March
2009. The family two-day
event will still be held in the
Gulf Breeze High School
parkirig lot on Gulf Breeze
Parkway starting from 10:00
a.m. to 5:00 p.m. on Saturday
March 14th and from 11:00
a.m. to 4:00 p.m. on Sunday


March 151"rain or shine.
Artist and vendor infor-
mation is available on the
Gulf Breeze Arts web site
at www.gulfbreezearts.
org. The application can be
downloaded from a .pdf file
or by contacting Sue Warner
at buckisue@hotmail.com
or phone: (850) 529-4387.
Deadline for applications is
November 1, 2008.
Also on the web site are
the updated instructions for
submitting the poster art-
work for the Celebrate the
Arts Festival 2009. The new
submission deadline is the
13th of November 2008.

Pensacola Parents of
Multiples Yard Sale
On Saturday, Oct. 11 there
will be a yard sale offering
lots of infant and children's
items, adult clothing, from
8:30 to 1 p.m. at Washington
High School Cafeteria, 6000
College Parkway, in Pensa-
cola. For more information,
contact www.pensacolapom.
org.

Democratic Political
Rally is Saturday
Historic Floridatown
County Park in Pace will
be the site of the third 2008
Democratic Political Rally
in Santa Rosa County. The
event will be from 2 until
4:30 p.m. on Saturday, Oc-
tober 11.
A free old-fashioned bar-
becue will be mixed with
fellowship and politics. The
Barack Obama/Joe Biden
ticket will be represented.
Other candidates expected
are James Bryan for Con-


gross, Danny Holt for Tax
Collector, Tony Henderson
for Public Defender, Dave
Robau Ifor Blackwater Soil
and Water Conservation
District and James Brown
for School Board in a non-
partisan race.
Floridatown County Park
is located on Escambia Bay, a
little more than a mile south
of Highway 90 at the end of
Floridatown Road, which is
County Highway 197. This
is a family event where bum-
per stickers, lawn signs, tee
shirts and sample ballots will
be available. Hosts for the
event will be Ann del Rio,
Democratic State Commit-
teewoman, and Joe Perritt,
Santa Rosa County Demo-
cratic Vice Chairman.

Hello, Veterans!
The Veterans Health Ad-
ministration (VHA) is con-
ducting a telephone survey
regarding health care, which
began September 22 and will
continue for approximately
10 weeks. The purpose of the
survey is to provide informa-
tion that is incorporated into
annual VHA projections of
enrollment, utilization, and
expenditures in addition to
high level VHA budget and
policy related analyses.
The survey will provide
critical information on uti-
lization of health services,
which can help determine
resources and services need-
ed as well as developing the
budget. A random sample of
42,000 veterans enrolled in
the VA can participate in a 15
30 minute telephone sur-
vey. A veterans' participa-
tion in this survey will help
ensure the VA will provide
the best care possible, where
and when and to whom it
is needed. Previous survey
results can be obtained at
http://www.va.gov/vhareorg/
reports.htm
VA thanks you for taking
the time to assist with this
important telephone survey,
which will ultimately benefit
our veterans and their health
care.

Fur Ball Dinner
There will be an Art Si-
lent Auction on Saturday,
October 18 at 6 p.m. at the
Pensacola Cultural Center.
Tickets are $35 and 2 for

Litter Happens

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$60. All proceeds will go to
Jury-Duty Spay and Neuter
program. For more informa-
tion call 438-3499.

Healthy Start Meeting
The Healthy Start Coali-
tion of Santa Rosa County,
Inc., sets Monday, October
13 as their October meeting
date. The Healthy Start Co-
alition of Santa Rosa County
will hold a general board
meeting on Monday, Oct.
12 at 4 p.m. at the Berryhill
Complex, 6751 Berryhill
Street, Milton. All meetings
are open to the public. For
further information, contact
the Healthy Start Coalition
at 626-6751.

City of Milton
meetings
-City of Milton Sports
Authority will meet tomor-
row, Thursday, Oct. 9 at 6
p.m. in Meeting Room "C"
of the Milton Community
Center, 5629 Byrom Street.
For more information on
this meeting, call 983-5410,
ex 223.
-City of Milton's Com-
puter Committee will meet
Monday, Oct. 13, at 8 a.m.
in Conference Room B
at City Hall, 6738 Dixon
Street, Milton. For more
information, call 983-5411.
All meetings are open to
the public.
-City of Milton's City
Council will meet in Spe-
cial Session on Tuesday,
Oct. 14, at 4 p.m. in Council
Chambers of City Hall for
the purpose of swearing in
the newly elected officials.
All meetings are open to
the public. Call 983-5411
for more information.
--City of Milton's City
Council will meet in Regu-
lar Session on Tuesday, Oct.
14, 2008 at 5 p.m. in Coun-
cil Chambers of City Hall.
For more information on
this meeting, call 983-5411.

Benny Russell ES Fall
Festival
Benny Russell ES will
hold their Fall Festival Sat-
urday, Oct. 11 from 2 to 6
p.m. on the school campus
at 3740 Excallibur Way, Mil-
ton, (Off Avalon Blvd.). The
fair is open to the public. $15
wristbands will be sold for


unlimited games and rides.
Individual tickets will also
be available. Food vendors
will be selling hamburgers,
hotdogs, popcorn, cotton
candy and there will also be
a Sweet Shop set up to pur-
chase specialty items Also
available will be a Karate
Demo, K-9 Demo, Several
Blow-Up features, a Rock
Climbing Wall over 20
game booths and more. All
proceeds will go to the PTO
to purchase items for the
school.

Home Depot sponsors
safety event
Bring the entire family
to the 2nd annual Com-
munity Health and Safety
Awareness event. It is spon-
sored by the Pace Home
Depot on Hwy. 90 and will
run from 9 to 12 on Sat-
urday, Oct. 11. The Santa
Rosa County Sheriff's Of-
fice will provide safety
materials and fingerprint/
DNA kits for kids. Fire
Personnel and equipment
will be on hand from the
Pace Volunteer Fire De-
partment. Information on
disaster preparedness, 4H
Club, and the Teen CERT
(Community Emergency
Response Team) Program
will also be provided to the
public. There will be a spe-
cial appearance by the SW
Panhandle Search and Res-
cue K9 Team, McGruff the
Crime Dog, Smokey Bear
and Ready Fox Emergency
911. Come out and help cel-
ebrate "Safety Awareness"
in our community.

Senior Expo
SThe Northwest Florida
Area Agency on Aging is
sponsoring the second annu-
al Senior Expo on Thursday,
Oct. 16, from 10a.m. to 2p.m.
The Expo is being held at the
area agency office located at
5090 Commerce Park Circle
in Pensacola. There will be -
a health fair with vendors,
senior art show, games and
prizes, entertainment and
a free lunch. Flu and pneu-
monia shots will be provided
free of charge to Medicare
beneficiaries. All seniors
and caregivers are cordially
invited to attend. For more
information, call Gwendo-
lyn Rhodes at 494.7101.


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Pace High School held its annual Fun Day on Friday.
Students enjoyed a lot of great food, funi activities, and
fellowship around the football field at Pace High. Mrs.
TFner got 'married' several times during the day.


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Community Fish Fry
Come one, come all to the
Chumuckla United Method-
ist Church's Community Fish
Fry. Mullet, baked beans,
coleslaw and hush puppies
will be served. This will be
the kickoff of the building
funds drive for Chumuckla
UMC.
As an added bonus there
will be a prize drawing for a
270 WSM Winchester rifle,
with scope; a 12-gauge shot-
gun, Stoeger Model, and a
410-Gauge New England
snake tamer shotgun with a
19" 3" chamber. There is a
minimum donation of $20
per ticket for a chance on the
guns.
The drawing will be held
the day of the fish fry. So
get your tickets from any of
the church members or from
Clint White at 554-8411. You
do not have to be present to
win. All winners must com-
ply with federal regulations
to obtain the gun. The guns
are on display at Scott's Out-
door Sports, 3898 Hwy. 4
West, in Jay. Your donations
will start the church's expan-
sion off with a bang!


St. Rose of Lima 5K
registration underway
The St. Rose of Lima
Catholic Church is making
preparations for its annual
,5K Festival Run and Walk.
S This years event will be
Oct. 11 at 9 a.m. and registra-
tion is currently underway.


Awards will be given to
first, second, and third place
runners in male and female
age groups starting as young
as nine and under.
The top overall male and
female runners will also be
honored along with the mas-
ter (40-49), grand master
(50-59), and overall great
grandmaster (60+).
This year's event is also
open to wheelchair athletes.
The course will be run in
a quiet residential area with
challenging hills according
to event coordinator Brian
Casey.
Registration and entry is -
$20.
Shirts will be guaranteed
to the first 75 entrants.
If you wish to participate
but not get a shirt you can
deduct $5 from your entry
fee.
For more information
contact Casey at 623-8458 or
by e-mail at bcaseyl@bell-
south.net.

Leavins to attend
Homecoming service
Stephanie Leavins will
be in concert Sunday,
Oct. 12 at 11 a.m. for the
homecoming services at
Heights Baptist Church,
located at 600 Pickens
Avenue in Pensacola. The
church would like to ex-
tend a warm and friendly
welcome to all in attend-
ing this special service.
For more information, call
438-8963 or 626-0696.


St. Ann News
The Knights of Colum-
bus annual "Helping Life
Collection" is scheduled for
October 11 and 12 after all
masses. This collection ben-
efits Pensacola "Alpha Cen-
ter" with all proceeds going
to this needed charitable
activity within our commu-
nity. We will also collect un-
wrapped gifts for expecting
mothers, newborns and tod-
dlers after all masses. Please
HELP us HELP them!
Three day Mission on Di-
vine Mercy
On October 27, 28 and 29
from 7 to 8 p.m. Fr. Anthony
Gramlich, the Rector of the
National Shrine of Divine
Mercy from Stockbridge,
Mass. will be here. He will
bring the message of God's
hope to mankind as revealed
through the writings of St.
Faustina. For more informa-
tion contact Shannon Gotts-
tine at St. Ann at 932-2859.
Cradle of God's Grace
We invite you to a very
special workshop presented
by Richard Johnson, Ph.D.
The workshop will be held at
St. Ann on October 19, 2008
from noon to 4:30 p.m. in the
Parish Hall. If you are now or
anticipate being a care giver
to someone needing help in
everyday personal activities
or if you know of someone
in the care giver role, please
consider this opportunity to
pick up ideas on how to take
care of yourself while tak-
ing care of someone else.


For more information please
contact Shannon at 932-2859
ext 234.
Health Fair at St. Ann.
The St. Ann Parish Nurses
are coordinating their sec-
ond annual health fair free
and open to the public on
Saturday, October 18, 2008,
9 a.m. to noon at Nickelson
Hall. For more information
please email Diana Oden-
brett at dianaodenbrett@
bellsouth.net.
Trunk of Treats!
Trunk of Treats is on Hal-
loween night at 5 p.m. Sign
up now decorate your car
and hand out candy. The St.
Ann Youth Office is also col-
lecting candy donations.

Addictions and the
church
It is time for God's people
to declare war on drugs. Are
you tired of losing your chil-
dren and families to death
and prisons as a result of
drugs and alcohol? There
will be a meeting from 12
noon to 8 p.m. at Carpen-
ter's Park in Milton on Sat-
urday Oct. 18th. The day
will be filled with dynamic
preaching, great singing,
and heartbreaking testimo-
nies. The Bible says, "...and
he that sat upon him (white
horse) was called Faithful
and True, and in righteous-
ness he doth judge and make
war." (Rev. 19:11) For more
information, contact Recov-
ery From Above Ministries,
Inc. at 850-623-0830.


MILTARYNews


Navy Seaman Russell
Kelley, II
(FHTNC)--Navy Seaman
Russell A. Kelley, II, son of
Angela D. Kelley of Milton,
Fla. and Russell A. Kel-
'ley, of Milton, Fla., recently
completed U.S. Navy basic
training at Recruit Training
SCommand, Great Lakes, IL.
During the eight-week
Program, Kelley completed
a variety of training, which
-included classroom study
and practical instruction on
naval customs, first aid, fire-
fighting, water safety and
survival, and shipboard and
aircraft safety. An emphasis
was also placed on physical
fitness.
The capstone event of
boot camp is 'Battle Sta-
tions.' This exercise gives
recruits the skills and confi-
dence they need to succeed
in the fleet. "Battle Stations"
is designed to galvanize the


basic warrior attributes of
sacrifice, dedication, team-
work and endurance in each
recruit through the practical
application of basic Navy
skills and the core values
of Honor, Courage and
Commitment. Its distinctly
'Navy' flavor was designed
to take into account what it
means to be a Sailor.
Kelley is a 2004 gradu-
ate of Milton High School of
Milton, Fla.

Airman Richard D.
Anschutz
Air Force Airman Richard
D. Anschutz has graduated
from basic military training
at Lackland Air Force Base,
San Antonio, Texas.
During the six weeks of
training, the airman stud-
ied the Air Force mission,
organization, and military
customs and courtesies; per-
formed drill and ceremony


marches, and received physi-
cal training, rifle marksman-
ship, field training exercises,
and special training in hu-
man relations.
In addition, airmen who
complete basic training earn
credits toward an associate
in applied science degree
through the Community
College of the Air Force.
He is the son of Wayne
Anschutz of Biscayne Blvd.,
Navarre, Fla.

Navy Seaman
Apprentice Caudell
(FHTNC)--Navy Sea-
man Apprentice Michael E.
Caudell, son of Yvonne M.
Norman of Pensacola, Fla.
and Doyle M. Caudell of Mil-
ton, Fla., recently completed
U.S. Navy basic training at
Recruit Training Command,
Great Lakes, Ill.
During the eight-week
program, Caudell completed


a variety of training, which
included classroom study and
practical instruction on naval
customs, first aid, firefight-
ing, water safety and surviv-
al, and shipboard and aircraft
safety. An emphasis was also
placed on physical fitness.
The capstone event of boot
camp is "Battle Stations."
This exercise gives recruits
the skills and confidence they
need to succeed in the fleet.
'Battle Stations' is designed
to galvanize the basic war-
rior attributes of sacrifice,
dedication, teamwork and
endurance in each recruit
through the practical appli-
cation of basic Navy skills
and the core values of Honor,
Courage and Commitment.
Its distinctly "Navy" flavor
was designed to take into ac-
count what it means to be a
Sailor.
Caudell is a 2005 gradu-
ate of Milton High School of
Milton, Fla.


Homecoming at
Blackwater Baptist
Blackwater Baptist
Church of Munson, will
celebrate its Homecom-
ing, Sunday, Oct. 12. The
celebration will begin at
10 a.m. featuring singing
by various singers from
the congregation. At 11
a.m., the regular morning
service will begin with
congregational singing
and the Blackwater Sing-
ers, followed by our spe-
cial guest speaker, Brother
Albert Locke. A covered
dish dinner will be served
after the morning service.
A nursery will be available
for children age 2 and un-
der starting at 10 a.m. and


Children's Church for ages
2 to 12, during the morn-
ing service. Friends, for-
mer pastors and members
are invited to attend.

Crafters needed for
Marketplace Festival
The First UMC of Pace,
4540 Chumuckla Hwy.,
of Pace, is seeking Craft-
ers for their Arts & Crafts
Marketplace Festival
scheduled for Saturday,
November 8 from 8 a.m.
to 2 p.m. Space is limited.
Applications accessible
online at www.pacefumc.
org. Click on newsletter
and go to last page. Com-
plete form and mail in with
your check.


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Dear Pastor Gallups, "With the current state of affairs in
the Middle East and now Russia on the rise again...do you
see any prophetic signs?" L. B., Pace
Dear L. B.,
Absolutely, I do! The Bible (Especially Ezekiel 38-39)
is very clear in several striking prophecies that the "last
days" (those days just before the rapture of the Church) will
be characterized by turmoil in the Middle East centered on
a hatred for the nation of Israel. These prophecies also
speak of an attack on Israel by a coalition of nations led by
Iran (the Bible name is Persia).
The Bible also speaks of Russia (ancient name of Gog
and Magog) being involved in this turmoil and even in sup-
porting the efforts of Iran (Persia). What makes all of this
so unbelievably relevant today? Consider the following.
1-When this prophecy was given there was not an
"Israel" in existence.
2-Israel was "resurrected" in 1948 the end result of
WWII.
3-Russia and Iran have been bitter enemies for all of his-
tory ... until just recently
4-Iran has recently announced its clear intentions of
eliminating Israel.
5-Iran has recently announced its nuclear proliferation
intentions.
6-Russia has recently indicated its support of Iran and
assistance with Iran's nuclear ambitions.
7-Russia has a history of persecuting Israel and killing
Jews...by the millions
8-Russia has just now begun to flex its muscles once
again and defy the western world as it continues to build
alliances with Israel's enemies and thumbs its nose at
Western powers.
Over a year ago, I produced a DVD entitled "The
Unveiling" in which I deal, in part, with the Prophecy of
Ezekiel 38-39. At the time of the production of that DVD,
Iran and Russia had not yet become the world players that
they are now. It seems that the prophecy is gaining momen-
tum with lightening speed and we are watching it on our tel-
evision sets every day.
Once again, we see evidence why Jesus is Lord and the
Bible is the only word of the Living God.

Carl Gallups is the Pastor of Hickory HammockBaptist Church. in Milton. He has a Bachelor
of Science degree from Florida State University, and a Master of Divinity from The New Orleans
Baptist Theological Seminary. He has been pastor of HHBC since 1987. He serves as an
International Youth Evangelist for the Southern Baptist Convention preaching all over the U.S. and
Canada. For more information about HHBC, call 623-8959 or 626-8951, fax: 623-0197. Ifyou have
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FIED thot a Petition under oath
has been filed in the above
styled Court for the termination
of parental rights of J. A.B. a
male child, born in Escambia
County Florida, on the 13th
day 0 ecember, 1999, by the
Department of Children and
Family Services, for subsequent
adoption, and you are hereby
commanded to be and appear
before the Honorable Marci L.
Goodman, Judge of the C-.:-,
Court in and for Santa eosa.
County, Florida, at the Santa
Rosa County Courthouse, on the
20th day aof November, 2008,
at 2:00 p.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.


YOUR FAILURE TO APPEAR'
OR RESPOND SHALL BE
TREATED AS A CONSENT
TO TERMINATION OF PA-
RENTAL RIGHTS AND YOU
04'at l:lO^.w..i: SHALL PERMANENTLY
LOSE ALL LEGAL RIGHTS
Lega 10AS A PARENT TO THE
Legal 10/1138 CHILD NAMED IN THE PETI-
TION FOR TERMINATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT IN OF PARENTAL RIGHTS.
AND FOR SANTA ROSA
COUNTY FLORIDA WITNESS my hand as the Clerk
PROBA# DMSION ofaid Court and the Seal
Case D No.: tereat this 29 day of Septum
S7-2008-CP-140 ber, 2008.
Division: B
N R: T CLERK OF COURT
IN RE: The Estate of SANTA ROSA COUNTY, FLOR-
ELSIE IONE HALL, IDA
Deceased. CIRCUIT COURT SEAL
By: Nicki Norton
NOTICE TO CREDITORS Deputy Clerk
The administration of the Estate 100808
of ELSIE IONE HALL, de- 101508
ceased, File Nimber 102208
572008-CP-140 is ending in 102908
the Circuit Court for Santa Rosa 1/118
County Florida, Probate Divi-
sion, ihe address of which is
6865 Caroline Street, Milton
Florida 32570. The names and
addresses of the Pitrsonal Repre-
sentative and the Personal Legal 10/1190
Representve's attorneys are AUCTIO
;set forth below. ,UTO


All creditors of Decedent and
other persons having claims or
demands against Decedent's es-
tate, including unmatured con-
S tingent, or uniquidated claims,
; on whom a copy of this notice is
served must ile Iheir claims with
this Court WITHIN THE LATER
OF 3 MONTHS AFTER THE
DATE OF THE FIRST PUBLICA-
TION OF THIS NOTICE OR 30
DAYS AFTER THE DATE OF
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The date of first publication of
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/s/ Diane H. Adkison
DIANE H. ADKISON
Personal Representative
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Milton, Florida 32570
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ROSA COUNTY FLORIDA
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IN THE INTEREST OF:
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MINOR CHILDREN
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UNIT WILL BE SHOWN JUST rental rights of C. R., Jr., a male
PRIOR TO BIDDING. WE RE- child born in Summit County,
SERVE THE RIGHT TO REFUSE Colorado, on September 23
ANY BIDS. UNITS LISTED AS 1999, by the Deportment ot
FOLLOWS: Children and Family Services
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4636%WodbinenRd yon are hereby commended to
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Jack, Baby Stroller, Speakers, and for Santa Rosa County,
Fan, Boxes, Misc. Florida, at the Santa Rosa
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Legal 9/1094 TO TERMINATION OF PA-
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INTHE CIRCUITCOURT OF SHALL PERMANENTLY
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CUrr IN AND FOR SANTA AS A PARENT TO THE
ROSA COUNTY, FLORIDA CHILD NAMED IN THE PETI-
JUVENILE DIVISION TION FOR TERMINATION
CASE NO. 06-DP-97 OF PARENTAL RIGHTS.
IN THE INTEREST OF: WITNESS my hand as the Clerk
of said Court and the Seal
C 08/221997 thereof this 12 day of Septem-
CN R., JR. 09/23/1999 ber, 2608.
MINOR CHILDREN CLExvRK OFcCOURT


TO: Clifton Rinr
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minr child
Adress and whereabouts
un known
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MINOR CHILDREN


Legal 9/1095
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE FIRST JUDICIAL CIR-
CUIT IN AND FOR SANTA
ROSA COUNTYg FLORIDA
JUVENILE DIVISION
CASE NO. 07-DP-86
IN THE INTEREST OF:
T. L. DOB: 05/20/2007
MINOR CHILDREN
TO- Daniel Crux, Putative
Father
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that a Petition under oath has
been filed in the above styled
Courf for the trmination of pa-
rental rights o T L, a female
child, born Escambia County
Florida, on the 20th day of
May 2007 by the Department
of children and Family Ser-
vices, for subsequent adoption,
and ou are hereby comman-
ded )o be and appear before
the Honorable arci L. Good-
man, Judge of the Circuit Court
in and or Santa Rosa County,
Florida, at the Santa Rosa
County Courthouse, on the 13th
day of November, 2008, at
9:00 a~m. You must either ap-
pear on the date and at the time
specified or send a written re-
sponse to the Court prior to that
time.
YOUR FAILURE TO APPEAR
OR RESPOND SHALL BE
TREATED AS A CONSENT
TO TERMINATION OF PA-
RENTAL RIGHTS AND YOU
SHALL PERMANENTLY
LOSE ALL LEGAL RIGHTS
AS A PARENT TO THE
CHILD NAMED IN THE PETI-
TION FOR TERMINATION
OF PARENTAL RIGHTS.


TO: Jainie Bonilla, Father
YOU ARE NOTIFIED liat a fetir
lion we tyvliti h so been ried
in ilia above styled Couit Ifoi ilia
trrinarir or of orerrtal uI ts of
V B., a fema e chil, born iln
Seminole County, Forida on
the 25th day ofa Mar(h 1t91,
by re Departmrent Children
and Famjiy Services, for subse
queit adoption, and you are
Oreby coritrancld to be qrd
a pear before the Honoiable
iarci L. Goodman, Judge of
the Circuit court in an for
tSanta Rosa Couney, Florida, at
tie Santa Rosa county Cour-
house, on the 13th d ofa No-
vember, 2008, at 9:U0 a.m.
You must either appear an ithe
date and at the time specified
or send a written response to
the Court prior to that time.
YOUR FAILURE TO APPEAR
OR RESPOND SHALL BE
TREATED AS A CONSENT
TO TERMINATION OF PA-
RENTAL RIGHTS AND YOU
SHALL PERMANENTLY
LOSE ALL LEGAL RIGHTS
AS A PARENT TO THE
CHILD NAMED IN THE PETI-
TION FOR TERMINATION
OF PARENTAL RIGHTS.
WITNESS my hand as the Clerk
of said Court and the Seal
thereof this 12 day of Septem-
ber, 2608.
CLERK OF COURT
SANTA ROSA COUNTY, FLOR-
IDA
CIRCUIT COURT SEAL
By. Nicki Nortan
Deputy Clerk
092408
100108
100808
101508


ITNESS my hand s the Clerk 91096
f said Court and he Seal
tereof this 12 day 0 Septem-
ber,28 Legal 9/1097
CLERK OF COURT Lgl919
SANTAROSA COUNTY FLOR- .INTHE CIRCUIT COURT OF
IDA THE FIRST JUDICIAL CIR-
CIRCUIT COURT SEAL CUIT IN AND FOR SANTA
By. Nicki Nortan ROSA COUNTY FLORIDA
Deputy Clerk JUVENILE DIVISION
CASE NO. 08-DP-22
092408
100108 IN THE INTEREST OF:
100808
101508 C.P. 01/16/1993
9/19$ MINOR CHILD


Legal 9/1096
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE FIRST JUDICIAL CIR-
CUIT IN AND FOR SANTA
ROSA COUNTY FLORIDA
JUVENILE DIVISION
CASENO. 06-DP-137
IN THE INTEREST OF:
V.B. DOB: 03/25/1991


TO:Andire Proctor
ca 7936 Hermosillo
El Paso, TX 79915-2738
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
Fat a Fetition undtr oath hac
been filed in the above styled
Court for the termination ot pa-
rental rights a C. P., a femae
child born on the 16th day of
january, 1993 in El Paso
Texas, by the Department of


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Child n and Faoily Services
foi subs quert adoption and
you air hereby coiirrraned to
ba nd appear before tiae -iHon-
orabIe Mrci L Goocdimacin,
urdqe ot tie Circuit Court in
and for Santa Rosa County,
Florida, at tie Santa Rosa
County Courthouse, 6865 Car-
oline Street, MIton, FL 32570,
on thie 30th day of October,
2008, at 9:00 a.. You must
either appear an tie date and
at the time specified or send a
written response to the Court
prior to tha time.
YOUR FAILURE TO APPEAR
OR RESPOND SHALL BE
TREATED AS A CONSENT
TO TERMINATION OF PA-
RENTAL RIGHTS AND YOU
SHALL PERMANENTLY
LOSE ALL LEGAL RIGHTS
AS A PARENT TO THE
CHILD NAMED IN THE PETI-
TION FOR TERMINATION
OF PARENTAL RIGHTS.
WITNESS my hand as the Clerk
at said Court and fhe Seal
thereof this 12 day of Septem-
ber, 2108.
CLERK OF COURT
SANTA ROSA COUNTY, FLOR-
IDA
CIRCUIT COURT SEAL
By: Nicki Norton
Deputy Clerk
092408
100108
100808
101508
9/109

Legal 9/1098
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE FIRST JUDICIAL CIR-
CUIT IN AND FOR SANTA
ROSA COUNTY FLORIDA
JUVENILE DIVISION
CASE NO. 08-DP-22
IN THE INTEREST OF:
C.P. 01/16/1993
MINOR CHILD
TO: Monica Douglas
1609 Lipton Street
Antioch, CA 94509
OU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that a Petition under oath has
been filed in the above styled
Court for the termination oa pa-
ren13 rights of C. P., a femnale
cI bon on the 16th day of
anuary, 1993 in El Paso
texas, by te eartment of
C M i ra!
Chi'ren and Family Services
for subsequent adoption nd
ousar hereby comancle to
e nd appear bemre the Hon-
or ble Marci L. Goodman,
Judge oa the Circuit Court in
and for Santa Rosa County,
Florida, at the Santa Rosa
County Courthouse, 6865 Car-
oline Street, Milton, FL 32570,
on the 30th day of October,


'..1 t,4e0.4^.w
2008, at 9:00 a0n. You must
either appear on in dote oand
a ttit Ire specified a 1 send ci
witi1en response to ti Court
plior to that time.
YOUR FAILURE TO APPEAR
OR RESPOND SHALL BE
TREATED AS A CONSENT
TO TERMINATION OF PA-
RENTAL RIGHTS AND YOU
SHALL PERMANENTLY
LOSE ALL LEGAL RIGHTS
AS A PARENT TO THE
CHILD NAMED IN THE PETI-
TION FOR TERMINATION
OF PARENTAL RIGHTS.
WITNESS my hand as the
Cerk of said Court an the Seal
hereof this 12 day o Septem-
er, 2008.
CLERK OF COURT
SANTA ROSA COUNTY, FLOR-
IDA
CIRCUIT COURT SEAL
By: Nicki Nortan
Deputy Clerk
.092408
100108
100808
101508
9/1098




Closeout Sale
50% OFF Cut
Semi-precious Gem-
stones, 40% off all Gem-
stone and select crystal
czech beads. Friday thru
Sunday at the Rock Shop,
across from Lowes in
Pace. Please go to
www.pearidgerockshqp.
com. or call 994-6883.


1 120
ATTENTION
To any and all persons
who have had contact or
experienced problems
wiEh Children & Family
abuse investigations, par-
ticularly with Tqmara
Tallmadge please con-
tact 850-9 10-1817
r- PERSONAL

WANTED
Used piano. Must be in
good condition, inside
and outside. Call Mike
623-5111


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PETS & ANIMALS
2100 Pets
2110 Pets: Free to
Good Home
2120 Pet Supplies
2130 Farm Animals/
Supplies
2140 Pets/Livestock
Wanted
2150 Pet Memorials


2100
AKC Mini Schnau-
zers. Home grown with
kids & cats. Smart, loving
com prions. Shots &
health certificates from
Scenic Hills Vet. $350
each. Patti-23-3012


Bed A 100% all new Full
size mattress set in plastic
w/warr. $119.00
J j. 850-255-3050


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


Rattan
VG Quality love seat, 2
chairs, ottoman, new co-
vers, coffee/end tables,
carved lamps, oil aint-
ing, grass ruq $750
-850-623-2782.




3230

6316 Fairfield Drive
in Milton
(red tractor out front)
Fri. & Sat.
7am until ?
Little bit of fishing
gear collectibles.
SOMkTHING FOR
EVERYONE


BIG
YARD SALE
5944 Starlite Lane
Thurs., Fri., Sat., & Sun.
7am until ?


GIANT YARD SALE
Sat_ Oct. 11th
I.7,am-1pm


L __322o0_ .
A Brand Name King Pil-
lowtop set. New in plas-
tic w/war. $200 Can
deliver. 850-255-3050


All Brand New Queen
Pillowtop Set. In plastic
w/warrr. $165.00
Delivery available
850-255-3050


BeaUtiful
Antique 4 piece
Bedroom Suite,
Earl 20th century, dark
wood with appliqued
hand carved wood de-
cor double size bed.
150 Call (205)
602-1923


In front o Culpepper Peas, Squhash, Greens,
Printing, Stewart Street etc. with more to comel
tn Milton 8858 Hwy 89 North at
"Everything Must Go." Allentown, Florida.
"Good Cheap Prices.' Closed Sundays.
If rain: Will be at Church 983-6925 or
Annex, 6930 Chaffin St. 293-9752

VICSFISH DAY


PAUL NELSON
DUMP TRUCK SERVICE
*Truck Rental -Dirt & Rock Sales
*Fill Dirt/Clay -Brown Dirt
*Driveway Material
Licensed & Insured
Residential & Commericial
Owner Operator
Phone: 850-994-4458
Cell: 850-698-4920




/Coker's Lawn &
Tractor Service
From trimming to tractor work
RBushhogging Dirt Work

e Clean-ups Raking

u Hauling Mowing

Reasonable Rates Free Estimates
(850) 623-0493 Cell: 485-7977
Licensed & Insured






All Types of Fences
New Inslallation and Repairs
Specializing in Privacy Fences
Our privacy fences are .uili wvitri SCREWS
Fr'e E LM3 : :ei LocIally G*ned
Li'en:ei S. insured
485-2532
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Buildings / Garages
I All Steel Constructions
Free Delivery Setup Trim Anchors

I' lli OFFIEB- 1
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Cell: 850-206-4008
k Financing Available





To Advertise

In The Business

& Services

Directory

p631

623-2120


Now Is The Time For Stocking
4-6" & 6-8" Channel Catfish
SLargemouth Bass
w Black Crappie (If Available)
SBluegill (Coppernose & Hybrid)
4, Redear
uv 8-11" White Amur Grass Carp
s Fathead Minnows
W-e, u&&iL fAie'-goa t.-
9Yan/s ga4m. G 7a(de, in. WZ&on.-, 97i
9/onada TOtob.e73. 7pm. to 2pm
ToPre-OtderCal
Arkansas Pondstockes
1-800-843-4748
Walk Ups Welcome


HUGE YARD SALE
SATURDAY OCTOkER
11TH. 5425
KAUFFMAN ROAD, OFF
AVALON BLVD. FOL-
LOW SIGNS SOMETH-
ING FOR EVERYONE.
8:00 A.M.-1:00 P.M.
LADIES
YARD SALE
FOR YOU
$100 items
for $2 to $5
Oct. 10 Oth-11th
Friday-8am until 4pm
Saturday-6am to 6pm
5236 ror Ridge
Drive,o inton
Consignment personnel
welcome. Lots of clothes,
hats, shoes, etc.
Milton
Friday, October
10th, from 7 a.m. to
12 p.m. 6612Clayton
Lane. Close by Milton
High School. tems for
safe include women's
clothing, women's
shoes sz. 10, hair ac-
cessories, dresser,
weight bench, ice
chests, ironing board,
and more...
Pace
Autumn Run Neigh-
borhood Sale Saturday,
October 11th 8 to 3.,
Quintette & Woodbine
Road.
Pace
YARD SALE October 10
and 11 from 7 a.m. till 5
p.m. Electric and hand
ools, smoker, grills, fish
cooker with iron pot,
desk, sewing machine
and other items. 4836
Orleans Street.
TWO FAMILY
YARD SALE
Saturday, Oct. 4th
8am until ?
Lots of bab clothes
furniture and lots of other
items, too many to name.
YARD SALE
Thurs., Fri. & Sat.
7am until ?
5511 CottonWood
Drive in Milton
Washer & Dryer,
end tables sme clothes.


3250
Double D Farms
FALL PRODUCE


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



Clerical/Admin
Admin Assistant/
IT Support
Min. 2 rs receptionist/
Admin & computer exp
required. Military lifestyle
exp pref'd. Apply online:
www.zeiders.com.
EOE.
Web ID #27829429
Driver Trainees
Needed. No CDL?
No Problem I Earn up to
$900/wk. Home week-
ends with TMC. Com-
pany endorsed CDL
raining.
1-866-280-5309
Driver Trainees
Needed. No CDL?
No Problems Earn up to
$900/wk. Home week-
ends with TMC. Com-
pany endorsed CDL
anin.80-5309
1-866-280-5309


32500
GREEN & BOILED
PEANUTS.
HOLLAND FARMS.
1-877-675-6876




Double D Farms
FALL PRODUCE
Peas, Squash, Greens,
etc. with more to come
8858 Hwy 89 North at
Allentown, Florida.
Closed Sundays.
983-6925 or
293-9752
GENERATOR
DEVILBISS
7000W. Electric start.
14 HP Brigs & Stratton
Vanguard Engine
Less than 24 hours use.
Cost $1,565, asking
$600. 994-3676




Organ
Yahama Electone two
keyboards, roll-down
cover, bench, preset
synchro-start rhythm selec-
tions very qood condi-
tion $375 OBO.
623-2782


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Well Drilling
Licensed & Insured
27 years experience
Wells for drinking water.
irrigation, ponds,
and pump repair.


850-776-4271 or 850-377-4818




NEW HOPE PAINTING
& WALLPAPERING

Interior Exterior Residential

Dry Wall Pressure Cleaning

~ Wallpapering Carpentry Work

Call the Ericksens today!
723-2550 ~ 623-6034
f no answer, please leave message





Stewret'sumpractorvaork

Detbis Removal & Slorm Clean-Up
Bush Hogging & Discing, Dirt Work
Demolition & Hauling
Land Clearing & Backhoe Work

516-1801 or 675-4291


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Affordable Lawn Care
and Maintenance

Commercial Residential

Mike Pickard. Sr.
850-516-6914
\ 850-633-1081 J




K & N Lawn Service

~Mowing-Edging
Trimming
-~Debri Removal
Licensed & Insured

REASONABLE
:PRICES

850-791-0861V


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Satellite Technicians: NO EXPERI-
ENCE NECESSARY, ONLY A PASSION
FOR CUSTOMER SERVICE! Our posi-
tion offers a chance to work outside, most-
ly independently in a fast-paced & grow-
ing industry. We offer high earning
potential, BCBS insurance, matching
401K, and more! A clean background
check is a requirement. A clean driving
record could qualify you for a company
vehicle. We are a Drug Free Workplace.
Send your resume to fax # 205-823-9728
or Email Recruiting@SUIDish.com i
or call 1-800-292-8421


BUSINESS


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4100
HELP WANTED
Earn $1000-$3200d
month to drive new cars
with ads.
www.AdCarJobs.com
HELP WANTED
GRAPHIC ARTIST to pro-
duce outdoor advertising.
Computer skills neces-
sary. Will train moti-
vated energetic individ-
ual. Send resume to: Bill
Salter Advertising, P.O.
Box 422, Milton, FL
32572
Lawn/Landscape
Yard Help
for landscape supply
company. Good drivers
license and forklift experi-
ence a plus. Monday -
Friday 8am-5pm Satur-
day Bam-12pm. Starting
Say $8.00 hr.
850)995-0543 (leave
message)
Local Driver needed
for local neighborhood
ice cream route. Valid
drivers license necess ry.
Must be able to pass :
back round screening.
304-1504
MYSTERY SHOPPERS
Earn up to $150.00 a
day. Under cover shop-
pers needed to judge>
retail and dining estab-
lishments. Experience not
required., please call
1-877-679-6772
POSITION AVAILABLE
Dog Groomer & Bather
for a new pet grooming
business opening soon.
(850) 983-003 or
(850 791-2855
RECEPTIONIST /
BOOKKEEPER
FULL TIME
ACCOUNTING OFFICE
IN PACE
APPLICANT MUST HAVE
COMPUTER SKILLS,
KNOWLEDGE OF A/ P,
A/R AND PAYROLL.
MUST ALSO HAVE
VEHICLE. FAX RESUME
TO 995-8849
WANTED
Energetic, outgoing
person for sales.,
Will r. Send resume
to: P. O. Box 422
Milton, FL 32572







BUSINESS & FINANCIAL
5100 Business
0 Opportunities
5110- Money to Lend


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Santa Rosa's Press Gazette | Page B7


1..5100
Drivers

NEWSPAPER
CARRIERS
The Northwest Florida
Daily News is seeking
carriers in this area:
S Navarre
Applications accepted
at the Northwest Flor-
ida Daily News, 200
Racetrack Rd., NW,
Mon-Fri 9am 4pm.
See John Eaton or call
850 685-8048

No Collection
Required
Requires valid driver li-
cense, clean driving
record, dependable
S transportation and
proo of auto insurance.
Call 685-8048
N08THWUSY FLORIDSA

Daily

News







REAL ESTATE FOR RENf
6100 Business/
Commercial
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

6100

Milton/Pace area
Centrally located.
,2100 sq. ft. Central heat
& air. Newly remodeled.
Fenced back ard.
$1,000 month.
623-9349, 384-9751
Milton/Pace area
Centrally located.
S700-11 00 osq. ft. Newly
remodeled. 623-9349,
384-9751
OFFICE SPACE
Office/retail space for
lease. Sm/Med. sizes
available. Reasonable
rates. Great Highway
90 location, Milton. Ask
about 1st month free of-
fer. Call Steve @ (850)
341-1952



1 Bedroom unfurnished
apartment. Great for
seniors. $375 month plus
deposit. 626-0287 If no
answer, leave message.
1 BR/IBA onHwY
89/Dogwood. CH ,
Water sewer & arbage
.$350/dep. Available
immediately. Call
S982-0984 ____
2 bedrooms, 1 bath
'in nice area. No pets.
$500 month, $400 dep.
i,4.623-5697
SAll utilities included.
2200 sq. ft. Milton busi-
ness district on water.
SLarge fireplace, formal
Dining room, kitchen bar
with Eutcher block table.
g Approved for any disabil-
ities, complete tur-
nished, cable, V, micro-
wave, small appliances,
V private parking.
795.O0 + deposit. Must
have references. Please
call 850-983-8195. By
appointment only.
Lake Front Apartment
2 bedrooms with a
whirlpool bath, white,
stone fireplace, built-in
BBQ pit, etc. 626-8973
Milton
2 bedroom, 1 bath
Duplex on Byrom Street.
Section 8 approved.
$425 month, $350 dep.
82-0984
Milton
S 2 bedroom 1 bath.
All ceramic tife, stove,
fridge and laundry
room. Nice yard. Non-
smoking environment.
$590 month, includes
water & sewer. Call
626-2928


Milton
2/BR 1/BA $600/mth
Deposit $250 includes
water and trashick u
No pets. Call 983-29"9
Milton
2/BR I/BA CH/A
W/D hook-ups, Quiet
area. Available immledi-
ate$4 495/mth.





400/deposit, 626.638
82-0984X
Milton
Cyanamid Rd.
2/BR 2/BA with lun-
balcony. Water included.
No dogs. $650 plus de-
posit. $100 discount
with coupon. 712-9968
N. Milton
2 bedroom, 1 bath.
deposit, 626-6638
Near Whiting
plex. $485 month,
$485 dep. Call Don
Cumbie Realty.
626-8959 / 377-6787




5145 Trenton Dr.
in Pace $850.
*4/2 Home
3159 Waterview Dr.
in Pace $1,400.
*3/2 Home
7548 Bo'ers Dr.
in Milton $1,100.
*3/2 Mobile Home
6537 Stanley Cir.
in Milton $750.
5252 Nim itz Rd.
in Milton $650.
*4/3 Mobile Home
9573 S Trace Rd.
in East Milton $900.
Santa Rosa Realty
623-0077
3 bedrooms, 2.5
baths home with
in-ground pool, fireplace
and 2 car garage. Close
to 1-10. $900 month.
Lease reference, deposit.
623-0623
Camille Gardens Circle
3br house
for rent -
move in ready
Custom blinds, tile
flooring, 2 car garage,
nice backyard. Close to
Whiting Field, shopp-
ing and schools.
$795/month. Deposit
& lease required. Seri-
ous injuries please
call: 853-758-7600.
COMPLETELY UP-
DATED.
3bed/2full bath.
All electric, brick home.
6415 Misty Lake Drive.
Great in-town location
with the feel of country
living. No pets. Lease/
References required.
$900 rent /$750 dam-
age dep. 850-593-6015
a er 5pm
HOUSE FOR RENT
6492 Gaynell Street
3 bedrooms, 1 bath plus
bonus room. Fenced
backyard, kitchen
equipped. Central heat
and window unit A/C.
$500 deposit/$500
month rent. 255-1459
or 994-0179

3a bedrooms, 1 bath.
Large living room with
fireplace insert. Sits on
one acre. Extra storage
buildings. $700 deposit,
$700 month. Day (850)
686-1493/ Evening
850) 626-3661 (ask for

Milton
2/2, near Whiting
Field. 1,650 sq. ft.
All appliances included.
$850 month 380-8844
Milton
3 bedrooms, 1 bath.
Central heat & air.
6556 Julia Drive.
No pets. 623-4409
Milton
3 bedrooms, 2 baths
on one acre with 2 car
rage, fireplace. 6332

$800 deposit. (k5le
623-33N 5
Milton
3/BR 1/BA, carport
utility room, stove and
frig. furnished. Newly
renovated. $550/mth
$400/dep. No pets.
6515 Skyline Dr.
748-1819
Milton




572-2454 to preview


.6140 61.....
WATER FRONT. 3 bed-t
MILTON HOUSES rooms, 2 bath on large
FOR RENT lot., etc Discount to Mili-
6406 Skyline Drive tar senior citizens and
$595. month. Fenced HJUD 626-8973
yard, 3 bedrooms, 1
bath. $400 deposit.
6295 Cottage
Woods
4 bedrooms, 3 baths. L 150 .
$950. month. Two car East Milton
garage, fenced yard. ROOM FOR RENT
Call Blumac Realty Male/Female. $325. a
981-1631 month, $100 security
deposit. All utilities in-
Milton clouded. Smoking no
ME\A I ITIM^ problem. Non-dnnking
HNEW LISTING environment. Call Frank
3/BR Clean & quiet; 346-4789 Fk
large kitchen, laundry,
den, 'lvigroom, study, -
losof soage & closets,:
ca rt. $650/mth OE *
6i2 ;-2b| 6170 |
626-02606= I
M l2 bedrooms, 2 bath.I
EMiton Total, electirc. East Gate
RENT dTO WNt Mobile Home Ranch.
Nice, 3/2. Recently 623-8973
remodeled. New carpet, w
hardwood & ceramic tile. 2/1. Total electric.
Completely fenced. Pri- Water furnished.





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vac fenced back yard. 623-1471
$695 month, $500 dep.o w oh da
994-0155 2/2 on private lot. $4501
----------month. First month free
North Milton with 12 month lease. All
House for rent. 6843 electric, CH& A, garden
Chuckwagon Lane. tub, covered deck,
3 bed, 1.5 bath. Total separate storage. $395
electric. $750 month, deposit. 7140east Gate
$300 do. Baycrest Re- Road. 375-4515,
ally 994-&918 623-9902
Pace 2/2. Quiet & clean.
3 bedroom, 2 bath. $445 month. First month
Approx. 1,40 sq. ft. free with 12 month lease.
$825 month. Buitt in Corner lot, CH & A, Ro-








Iremmonled. No tein
2000. Call Don Cumbie man tub. Water, gar-
Realty 850) 626-8959 bage and sewer pro-
or 377- 77 8vided. $395. deposit.
______6/0/________Milford Road. 3754515,
pace 623-9902 312
3 bedroom, aths Beautiful 3 bedroom,
S,650 6 r$5-l50 2 bath mobile home with
mont, $50. deposit. woods on three sides and
994e3959ton e private drive. Garbage
Pace No pets. Non-smoking
n lare lo All environment. Proof of em-
3/2 on lare lotnD. ployment and references
p dances 380-8844 required. $700 month.
3 bedmoms/h.5 Rea44 994-7982
Pace E. Milton
3/BR 2/BA double car 2 bedroom. Water &
garage with fenced back garbage included. $400
ard. Available now. month. $200 deposit.
ilitare clause honored. 623-8162
Pets allowed with pet fee -
if $300. $895 month. Furnished. All utili-
800. deposit. Call ties included. 2 bed-
850-501-0273 or rooms 1 bath. Nice
529-7899 on 1/b acre. Newly
---------remodeled. No pets
Pace $150 per week/Last
3578 Acy Lowery Rd. $200 security de-
Spacious brick home with posit. 623-9112
a large, enclosed pool. '~------
3.5 acres. 5br/4.5 Milton
baths- 3,614 SF. 1 Mile south of Whit-
$159. per month. ing Field. 2 bedrooms
lall 478-4607 wifthair, covered entry &
Eric Gleaton Realty, Inc. all electric. Just remod-
________ 'i~ led, washer hook-up.
Pace $75/mth, $300/dep.
4/2/2 Split FLP1 unfurnished. Includes gar-
home (Large) -*j b ck up. No pets.
Non-smoking 2 -8 53
environment. Miltn
5342 English Oaks Dr. Mi lbed/ bath
850-82 -832 6233 Morgan Road
Pace/Pea Ridge No0pets. $S00 month,
3 5 $250 deposit. Baycrest
baths, Clean brick Realty 9947918
1350 sq ft., fenced, new Milton
HVAC, 1.:- refrig., and 2 Bedrooms, 1 bath.
paint. A-l 11 e non- smok- Nice private lot with
ing, small pets consid- shed. Adjoining
ered. $775 month!$750 Blackwater bike trail.
deposit. 623-8675 $490 month. $300
before 7pm. deposit. No Pets.
-- 850686-0602 or
3Pe $950 month, $750 850-501-6220
deposit, $200 pet Milton
depsoit. 698-8337 2 bedrooms/2 bath.
---Marlborough Village.
UNFURNISHED house 6233 Morgan Road. No
for rent. 3 bedrooms, 2 pets. $500 month $250
baths. $850 month, deposit. Baycrest Realty
$850 deposit. 777-7023 994-7918


Milton
2/BR 1/BA Total Elec-
tric. Private Lot/Carroll
Rd. Water & garbage
Provided. $450/mth
$300/dep.Non-smoking
environment. No pets.
References and credit
check. 572-2477
Milton
3/2 doublewide.
6600 month $600 dep.
pprox. 1560 s1. ft.
Don Cumbie Rea ty.
626-8959 or 377-6787
Milton
MOBILE HOMES FOR
RENT. 368-7506 or
983-7259
Milton
Pollard Mobile Home
Park. 1 bed, 1 bath. To-
tal electric. Water & gar-
ba e furnished. $375.
rent $200 dep. Baycrest
Realty 994-7918
Milton
Quiet Clean Park
Rent includes water, gar-
bage and lawn service.
No Pets.
2/2 for $450/month.
2/2 for $350/month
Call 698-4582
Near Whiting
3 bedroom, 2 bath,
14' wide mobile home.
$475 month. Call Don
Cumbie Realty 1850)
626-8959 or 377-6787
OFF AVALON
2 bedroom mobile home
with covered entry. All
electric, C H & A. Just
remodeled. Water gar-
age included. $475
month, $300 dep.i (dep.
& 1/2 of months rent to
move in) 623-8753 or
983-8020
Pace
3751 McCollum Dr.
Mobile home on private
lot. 3 bedrooms, 2 bath.
Total electric. No pets.
$625. month, $300 dep.
Baycrest Rea[ty
994-7918
Pea Ridge
3/2 on private lot
with large shed. $500
month, $500 deposit,
$200 pt deposit.
698-8 37
RENT WITH OPTION
TO BUY. 2005, 3 bed-
room FEMA. East Gate
Mobile Home Ranch.
626-8973
W. Milton
3/2, 14X80. Total
electric. No pets.
715 Ridgewiy Court.
625 month 00 dep.
Baycrest Realty
994-7918







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7100 Homes
7105-Open Houses
7110 Beach Home/
Property
7120 -Commercial
7130 Condo/Townhouse
7140 Farms & Ranches
7150- Lots and Acreage
7160 Mobile Homres
7170 Waterfront
7180 Investment
Property
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Real Estate
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Qlereodeled
FWB
Kenwood
Subdivision
Beautiful brick 3 br, 2
ba, 2 cg. Located close
to bases on quiet half
acre corner loc. Built in
1994, kitchen recently
updated with stainless
steel appliances, corner
FP wall brick hearth,
vaulted ceilings, fresh
paint, security system,
updated electronic irri-
gation, large screened
porch under roof, chain
ink back yard perfect
for ets. $29 000.
Call 50 226-6754

Milton
Starter home 2br 1ba,
.23 Acre, in city. Hand-
man Speciall Clean up &
demo done you finish.
5799 Sunray St.
$29.9K. Call 393-3236.




Navarre -
2 story, 4 br, 2V/2 ba,
2150so home on large
natural lot. 9' ceilings,
separate living & dining
rooms, eat-in kitchen. Lg.
whirlpool tub and
separate shower in mas-
ter bath. Beautiful, quiet
waterfront neighborhood.
Priced to sell at the re-
duced price of $260K..
Call 850 261-0322, or
685-8048 leave msg.



Highway 90, Milton
Commercial Building
for rent. 1600 sq. ft.,
$1,000 per month. Triple
Net. (850)450-1008


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RECREATIONAL
8100 Antique & Collectibles
8110-Cars
8120 Sports Utility Vehicles
8130- Trucks
8140- Vans
8150 Commercial
8160 Motorcycles
8170- Auto Parts
& Accessories
8210- Boats
8220 Personal Watercraft
8230- Sailboats
8240 Boat & Marine
Supplies
8245 Boat Slips & Docks
8310- Aircraft/Aviation
8320 ATV/Oft Road Vehicles
8330 Campers & Trailers
8340 Motorhomes



1986 4 dr. sedan
Toyota Corolla For Sale
for $500 Firm. Runs
good & good 1 mile-
age. Cal 85s 81-1m111
anytime after 12 noon.

CASH PAID
for eunk cars or trucks.
Running or not.
Call: 983-9527
or 723-5048

Mercedes C230
Kompressor
Even though I really
like this car, I need
to sell it quickly
AT, 4 cyl supercharged,
moon roof, 51,700 mi.,
6 disc CD, Bose Premium
Sounds. Loaded Garage
kept. Still under full Mer-
cedes warr. til Jan. 9th
(other manufacturer war-
ranties are longer. Will
sacrifice at $17,800.
850 502-6094.


Ford Ex lorer
_7150 V8 1 96
5 A E Fully loaded including
.58 ACRES, off Ward AC and tow pkg. Blue
Basin Road. 4102 body paitint prime
Driskell Road. 113 feet condo. $2900 obo Call
waterfront. $150,000. Brian 850 3774681
Call Myrick Properties
512-5445 Jeep Rubicon
2006
-nAV 6 speed manual, 29K mi,
N fW TO A : ext war, CD changer, sat-
Sellite radio, white w/ blk
soft top (619) 204-1406
Allentown __ ------

5 Acres TRUCKS
Quality dry site 1 --8130
w/planted trees 15 1996 F 50. Cleanest,
mmn. from town. aved best looking 4 X 4 in
deadend road. Horses Santa Rosa County. Me-
OK. $60K. 6234981. tallic Candy Apple red.
S'67K miles. $4,000.
Beautiful waterfront ALSO, 1992
lot for sale in nice Santa Towncar. Extra clean,
Rosa County subdivision runs reat. $2,000.
2/3 acre with 100 feet 623-l945
of waterfront on Mulat
Bayou. Lot has been 2004 Dodge Dakota
cleared and ready for Quad Cab, Power Seats,
building. Wide open Windows, 6 CD, new
water access with water tires, etc., Automatic V-8,
and sewer service. Min- excellent condition,
utes from Interstate ac- 30 000 miles left on
cess and development in 10o,000 mile warranty,
Pea Rid e. $155000 Retail $15 300
Call 858944-2293 or Asking $16 400.
850-572-6232 (850) 994-A5104


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08 Pontiac G6 GT Sedan 5k
Like New Must See .$16,988
08 Chevy Aveo LS Sedan
Real Gas Saver Only 17k .12,988
05 Chevy Malibu Max LS
Nice Gas Saver .. .$10,988
95 Cadillac Fleetwood
Clean Leather Loaded .$5,988
03 Ford Expedition Eddie Bauer
Sun Roof Quad Seats Loaded & Nice .$12,988
05 Dodge Durango
Leather Loaded . 12,988
02 Ch r
Loade00 Rn I7y $9,988
98 Toyota Camry
4 door . . . . . .4,988
00 Nissan Frontier Ext Cab XE
4 cyl Auto A/C .... .4,988
03 Chev d-6
Auto an8,988
04 Ford F450 Ext Cab Lariat
Diesel Western Hauler Alum Body
38k Extra Clean .. .$23,988
96 Chev 3500 Dually
Ext Cab Pickup 454-5sp A/C 90k
Good Truck . . . . .7,988
01 Chev 2500 Ext Cab
Duramax Diesel 4WD LS Pkg
Extra Clean ......$15,988
04 Chev Avalanche 4x4
Sun Roof Leather Loaded .$15,988
05 Dodge Reg Cab Hemi SLT
36k . . . . .... ... 9,988
00 Ford Lariat Super Cab 4x4
StepSide Leather Loaded Only .$7,988


FEATURES THAT ARE
STANDARD IN THIS MODEL
Cathedral Ceiling in Great Room
Custom Cabinets with Raised Bar
Ceramic Tile Flooring
Insulated Windows & Exterior Doors
Architectural Shingles
*Vinyl Exterior Trim
Marble Vanity Tops
Quiet & Efficient Electric Heat Pump
Plywood Roof Decking
Stemwall Slab Foundation
*110 year Limited Warranty

AllBrck 00 Co plte ,0 0 s. St.to249 s.t


Will build on Slab or Piers



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Mayfair 1418
Hampton 1525
York 1622


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$64,600
$69,500
$74,500
$75,200
78,700
$85.200


Sq ft Price
Lexington 1812 190,400
Pinebrook 1833 1102,200
Townsen 1691 '93,100
Fleetwood 1949 196,800
Executive 2215 1112,900
Regency 2495 t136,900
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