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Title: The Santa Rosa press gazette
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Publisher: Milton Newspapers, Inc.
Milton Newspapers
Place of Publication: Milton, Fla
Publication Date: October 15, 2008
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Milton to discuss


By BILL GAMBLING
bgamblin@srpressgazette.com

Safety along the Black-
water River is the concern
of some who are expected to
participate in a public hear-
ing Thursday at Milton City
Hall.
The public hearing is set to
begin at 6 p.m., as concerns
have been raised about safety
along the Blackwater River,
particularly between the two
bridges.


"There are 12 different
kinds of boats that frequent
the area," said Milton resi-
dent Tom Scott, who lives on
the Blackwater River. "There
is everything from canoes to
racing boats and on a big day
they are all out there at the
same time.
"In the past they have
tried to regulate the entire
river which is too much and it
made everyone angry, but we
hope to narrow it down."
The different vessels on


the Blackwater River is just
one of Scott's three concerns
with the other two being safe-
ty followed by the economic
impact along the riverfront as
Milton is trying to revitalize
its downtown area to attract
more visitors.
"Safety is a big concern,
especially between the two
bridges, since they block
a person's full view," said
Scott. "A pontoon moves at
a much slower speed, while
items like a fuel injected jet


ski can cover the area be-
tween the two bridges in a
few seconds.
"But the big concern is
what if there is a skier on the
other side of the bridge that
can't been seen or something
along those lines."
Currently there are signs
posted for boaters asking
them to slow down because of
a congested area, but accord-
ing to Scott those could mean
anything and are actually
designed for Russell Harbor


Landing instead of the por-
tion of the Blackwater River
between the two bridges.
Scott pointed out you can-
not restrict the entire river,
but he would like to see those
who use the river to get to-
gether at this meeting and put
their minds to work and come
up with a solution that every-
one can live with.
"We want to discuss and
come up with a solution that
everyone can live with," said
Scott.


zone

Currently the plans be-
ing discussed are to have "no
wake zone" markers floating
along the Blackwater River.
Ironically the term wake
and how much wake a boat
can create is slightly confus-
ing.
According to Scott a V-
bottom boat at full throttle
creates minimum wake,
while the same boat at half
throttle creates maximum

See WAKE A4


Bill Gamblinl Press Gazette
The Firehouse was a very popular ride at the St. Rose of Lima Festival this past Saturday as many struggled
at the beginning to get through the moving tube.


Beaches to Woodlands Tour -


weekend three


Press Gazette Staff Report

The third weekend of the 5th annual
Beaches to Woodlands Tour will pro-
vide participants with many opportuni-
ties to get outdoors and enjoy gorgeous
outdoor settings from the beaches to the
woodlands that distinguish Santa Rosa
County from other locations along the
Emerald Coast.
Many venues on the Tour this up-
coming weekend showcase Santa
Rosa's natural beauty, from hiking
and biking on Navarre Beach with
the Florida Trails Association to cy-
cling and running in the "Gateway to
1 Million Acres of Woodlands" with
the McConnell-Wantz Century Ride
and Running the Trail for Education,
which both take place on the scenic
Blackwater Heritage State Heritage
Trail in Milton.
Other fun activities include a Hal-
loween contest for pets and the NA-
BOR car show at Navarre High School.
Main Street Milton will also host a car
show as part of their third Friday free
outdoor concert series at Riverwalk
Park, and Good Shepherd Lutheran
Church will host their annual "Okto-
berfest," which also features live enter-
tainment, in Tiger Point.
In the historic village of Bagdad,
participants can take the Front Porch
Art Stroll and lunch at the nearby mu-
seum where they can pick out & take
home a souvenir hand-crafted bowl.
Just across the train tracks, heritage
artisans and more will be on display at
the Depot Day festival at historic L &
N Depot.
Additionally, locals are encour-
aged to share memorabilia with www.
SantaRosaVirtualMuseum.com. Vol-
unteers from that online local historic
preservation project will be at the Jay
Library from 1-4 p.m. on Friday, to
chronicle area history by interviewing
residents and scanning old photos and
documents.
Tour guidebooks with detailed
venue information are available at any


Jeni Senterl Press Gazette
Some visitors to the Munson Heritage Festival took turns sawing logs
in half using two-manned saws. Afterwards, they could cool down by
taking a shaded tour of the creek side gristmill and enjoy homemade
ice cream while watching live performances of music.


chamber of commerce in Santa Rosa
County. More information is also
available at www.BeachesToWood-
lands2008.com or by calling 1-800-
480-SAND (7263).

WEEKEND THREE
Oct. 17-19

NAVARRE BEACH

Florida Trails Association Hike/
Bike
850-932-0125 or www.westgate.
floridatrail.org
Sat., Oct. 18th
Join the Western Gate chapter for a
hike
or bike ride on beautiful Navarre
beach!
Call for info.

Gulf Coast Kiln Walk & Holley
Hill Pottery
7507 Buckeye Drive
850-939-2744 or www.holleyhill-
pottery.com
Sat., Oct. 18th, 9 am 6 pm
Watch ceramic pieces depicting life


on the Emerald
Coast come to life at this cultural
facility for the ceramic
arts which includes a historic wood-
fueled kiln.

Navarre Beach Realtors Car
Show
Navarre High School 8600 High
School Blvd.
850-939-3870
Sat., Oct. 18th, 8 am-4pm
Over 40 categories of cars, trucks,
and motorcycles!
Registration 8 am 12 noon.

Pet Nation's Pet Costume Con-
test
1890 Andorra St. (in Publix Plaza)
850-936-8201
Sat., Oct. 18th, 2 pm
5th annual Halloween pet costume
and/or cage decorating
contest with prizes; no cost; pre-
registration required.
BAGDAD
Bagdad Village Front Porch Art
Stroll

See WEEKEND A4


Miller to accept


Honor Flight


donation


Press Gazette Staff Report

Representatives from the
Emerald Coast Honor Flight
Santa Rosa County Initia-
tive presented Congressman
Jeff Miller with a $25,000
donation for the Honor Flight
program on Monday at the
TEAM Santa Rosa confer-
ence room in Milton.
Monday's presentation
brought the total donated to
the program to $35,000. The
Santa Rosa Initiative hopes to
send 100 Santa Rosa County
WWII Veterans to Washing-
ton, DC at no cost to them.
Since the group formed in
June, they have raised over
$52,000 of their $80,000
goal.
The Emerald Coast Hon-
or Flight Santa Rosa County
Initiative is continuing to
raise funds to meet their
goals with tremendous lo-
cal support. The Santa Rosa
County School District is ac-
tively supporting the program
with all 33 schools and three
administrative departments
pledging to raise money for
an honor flight candidate.
Additionally, a second
Honor Flight Golf Tourna-
ment is planned for Novem-
ber 14. The public is urged


The Santa Rosa Initiative
hopes to send 100 Santa
Rosa County WWII Veterans
to Washington, DC at no
cost to them. Since the
group formed in June, they
have raised over $52,000
of their $80,000 goal.


to consider putting together a
team and becoming a spon-
sor. Donations can also be
made in any amount directly
to the Santa Rosa County
Veterans Memorial-Honor
Flight fund, at 5191-C Will-
ing Street, Milton, FL 32570.
All donations are tax deduct-
ible.
"I am not surprised that
our community is stepping
up to take care of our own,"
said Santa Rosa County
Commissioner Don Salter,
who organized the initiative.
"Our residents have shown
an overwhelming support to
send every World War II Vet-
eran in Santa Rosa County on
a flight to see their memorial.
"We have made tremen-
dous strides toward our goal
and I have no doubt that
working together we can send

See MILLER A4


Locklin Tech celebrates

Careers in Construction


By JENI SENTER
jsenter@srpressgazette.com

Faculty and students en-
rolled in the Construction
Academy in the Santa Rosa
School District will celebrate
Careers in Construction
Week during the week of Oc-
toberl3-17, 2008.
Santa Rosa Schools Indus-
try Certification Specialist
Maria LaDouceur says activi-
ties planned for the week will
include "In the Seat," where
Kevin Price from Sunbelt
Rentals will provide hands
on demonstrations of selected
pieces of heavy equipment
used in the construction in-
dustry.
Other activities include
presentations from Southern
Company, an Industry Part-
ner in Workforce Education
in Santa Rosa County, a field
trip to the Gulf Power Crist
Plant and showings of "Build
Your Future," an initiative by
the National Center for Con-
struction Education and Re-
search.
Careers in Construction
Week is a nationwide cam-
paign designed to increase
public awareness of the hard


work and contributions of our
nation's craftprofessionals and
emphasizes the role construc-
tion industry partners play
in helping students achieve
career success. Skilled trade
workers are in high demand.
According to the Bureau \of
Labor Statistics, one million
skilled workers will be need-
ed to fill construction jobs by
2014.
Susan Story, CEO ofSouth-
ern Company, commented,
"We are thrilled to partner
with Locklin Tech during Na-
tional Careers in Construc-
tion Week and throughout the
year. It is through programs
like these right here at Lock-
lin that our own community's
students are being prepared
for the high demand, high skill
and high wage positions in the
construction industry. This is
critically important as there
is growing demand through-
out the Southeast and nation
for skilled craft professionals
who can build and maintain
the infrastructure we all rely
on daily including our na-
tion's energy infrastructure."
The schedule of events for

See CAREERS A4


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Monday, 10:22 a.m.
This is Elizabeth in Bag-
dad. For the past few months
we have had a problem here
and it is getting worse with
the red fox. Residents have
started trapping them and
animal control has been con-
tacted. Several small ani-
mals are now lost like small
dogs and cats. We have lost
two cats ourselves and now
we bring them inside before
dark and keep them in until
daylight. One fox was seen
climbing a chain link fence
around 6 p.m., which is when
they start to feed. We don't
even leave any food outside.
People please keep your pets
safe.

Sunday, 5:12 p.m.
This is a long time reader
of the Gazette. I am asking
when will you be publish-
ing a sample ballot for the
coming election'? Also I
would like to know when
you would be publishing in-


formation on the upcoming
amendments on the ballot. It
is a shame we haven't seen
them already since some of
them are rather nasty.

Saturday, 10:25 a.m.
My name is Elaine. All
my grandkids go to Jay
School, which Jay goes from
pre-K to 1211 grade. It came
to my attention that this past
Thursday and Friday a fe-
male worker in the cafeteria
was dancing around wearing
a shirt that had the number
69 on the front. While she
was dancing you could see
her bosom. I can't see how
she can get away with this.
That number has a certain


Wednesday, October 15, 2008
+


sexual meaning. Something
needs to be done about this
and I want to know what I
can do'?
Editor's Note: You didn't
mention if you called the
school, your school board
representative, or the Santa
Rosa County Board of Edu-
cation Offices. Those would
be good places to start.

Saturday, 9:42 a.m.
This is Paul. This is for
Mr. Powell and Coach Bragg
at Milton High School. Dur-
ing the summer you had a
home school student in the
Central district playing base-
ball for you. Is that legal or
against the law?

Saturday, 8:13 a.m.
Hello friends this is J.W.
28-6; six time in a row. This
must be that new direction
the Milton High School foot-
ball program is going. When
is it going to end? Our kids
need help. They deserve


better than they are getting.
When is it going to happen?

Friday, 10:26 a.m.
The 'Rules of Rural
Florida' are as follows.
Pull up your droopy pants
you look stupid. Turn your
cap in the right direction;
your head is not crooked.
So you have a $60,000 car.
That -doesn't impress us.
We have a $150,000 corn
picker and hay bailer that is
driven only three weeks a
year. Yeah we eat taters and
gravy, biscuits and corn-
bread, and we fry our fish
after we catch it. You want
sushi and caviar. You can
get that at the corner bait
shot. And turn down that
car stereo. That thumpity
thump stuff is not music.
Thanks Melba.

If you have a short com-
ment you would like to
make, call the Speak Out
line at 623-5887.


Students challenged to design marketing


Special to the Press Gazette

Gulf Power is looking to
the workforce of the future
to create interest in energy
industry jobs.
Get into Energy Florida
is a competition for high
school students to create
a marketing campaign to
promote energy careers.
The prize is an Apple iPod
Touch for students on the
winning team.
"We want to do two
things: give students a
real-world marketing cam-
paign development oppor-
tunity and get a hip, young
perspective on our energy
careers," explains Jennifer
Grove, Gulf Power work-
force development coor-
dinator. "Students will be
creating materials to reach
out to their peers other
students to get them ex-


Get into Energy Florida is a competition for high school students
to create a marketing campaign to promote energy careers. The
prize is an Apple iPod Touch for students on the winning team.


cited about and interested
in energy careers."
Grove also is the in-
dustry chair of the Florida
Energy Workforce Consor-
tium (FEWC) of state utili-
ties which is sponsoring
the branding competition.
This initiative is just one
component of Gulf Power'
endeavors to design pro-
grams to meet projected
workforce shortages, which
include jobs such as power
plant operators, plant and
line maintenance techni-
cians, and engineers.
Energy industry work-
force needs are reaching
critical levels because baby
boomer employees are re-


tiring in large numbers and
there's a smaller pool of
workers who have the ap-
propriate technical skills.
Needs are particularly
critical in the Southeast as
energy demand in this re-
gion continues to rise. This
region historically has
served as the "breadbasket
of craft labor" for the U.S.
The U.S. Bureau of La-
bor Statistics has stated
that the demand for entry-
level employees in the util-
ity industry is expected
to grow by 9 percent each
year, with 10,000 new jobs
becoming available every
year beginning in 2010.
Gulf Power is commit-


ted to putting science and
math on a fun level with
students while teaching
the skills needed to join the
workforce. For example,
BEST Robotics (Boosting
Engineering Science and
Technology) is a national
program in which middle
and high school students
build robots and compete
to advance to a national
showdown. Another pro-
gram, I LOVE SCIENCE
provides a one-hour,
hands-on science projects
each month in fifth grade
classrooms.
Students must register
for the Get Into Energy
competition by November
1, and contest entries are
due in December. For de-
tails and entry forms, visit
the Florida Energy Work-
force Consortium website
at www.fewc.org.


Sacred Heart Hospital in the pink for


Special to the Press Gazette

Sacred Heart Hospital is
looking pretty in pink this
month in honor of Breast
Cancer Awareness month.
As the sun sets over the
hospital campus, an unmis-
takable pink glow becomes
visible on its buildings,
courtyard and landscaping.
We wanted to use our
very visible location to
help promote breast cancer
awareness,isaidTerri Smith,
Vice President for Cancer
Services at Sacred Heart.
IMany significant advances
in diagnosis and treatment
have come through breast
cancer research. Thirty-five
years ago only 75 percent
of women with breast can-
cer survived at least five
years after their diagnosis.
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The hospital joins other landmarks and prominent buildings across
the nation in lighting up pink during the month of October. Most
notably, the White House went pink on October 7 during a cer-
emony led by Laura Bush.


like 90 percent. Breast can-
cer awareness month is all
about continuing our sup-
port for further life-saving
research
The hospital joins other
landmarks and prominent
buildings across the nation
in lighting up pink during
the month of October. Most
notably, the White House
went pink on October 7
during a ceremony led by
Laura Bush.
Apparently the first lady
received intelligence of our
plans to make the hospital
pink, and she must have
loved it,i quipped Dick


Appleyard, Vice President
of Marketing and Public
Relations for Sacred Heart.
!Whatis important is that
our hospital will remind
our community of a disease
we fight everyday.A
Signs along the perim-
eter of the Sacred Heart
Hospital campus encourage
motorists and passersby to
IThink pink, trust purple,i
referring to Sacred Heartfs
trademark color. Sacred
Heart Womenfs Hospital
provides the areas only
dedicated center for the
early detection, health edu-
cation, diagnosis and treat-


ment of breast cancer. The
Ann L. Baroco Center for
Breast Health has been pro-
viding quality, compassion-
ate care to thousands of pa-
tients across the Gulf Coast
since 1986.
The American Can-
cer Society estimates that
182,460 women in the Unit-
ed States will be diagnosed
with invasive breast cancer
in 2008 fn that makes the
odds one in eight. Nearly
40,480 women will die from
the disease this year. Right
now there are nearly 2.5
million breast-cancer survi-
vors in the United States.
For more information on
the Ann L.N Baroco Center
for Breast Health at Sacred
Heart Womenfs Hospital,
please call (850) 416-8078
or visit our website at www.
sacred-heart.org.


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SHERIFF'SReport


T7he following is the Fel-
ony Report from October 1,
through October 6, 2008
Chiappardi, Michael
Anthony; Male; 28; 5550
Dogwood Dr, Milton; Larc-
Theft is $300 or More But
Less Than $5,000 (2 cts.),
Larc-Grand Theft $5,000
or More Less Than $10,000,
Larc-Grand 1st Degree
Over $100,000, Burglary-
Unoccupied Structure Un-
armed, Dealing in Stolen
Property. 10/1/08
Cockerham, Courtney;
Female; 35; 1418 Sterling
Point Dr, Gulf Breeze;
Drugs-Possess New Leg-
end Drug W/O Prescription
(7 cts), Drugs-Possess Cn-
trl Sub W/O Prescription.
10/1/08
Lewis, David Jeffery;
Male; 56; 3271 Lewis Rd,
Milton; Flee/Elude Police-
Flee LEO at High Speed,
Resist Officer-Obstruct
W/O Violence. 10/1/08
Martinez, Shawnett
Louise; Female; 47; 940
Central Ave, Ft. Walton
Bch; Probation Violation
Felony; 10/1/08
McCallister, Corrie Re-
nee; Female; 35; 6163 Syr-
cle Ave, Milton; Probation
Violation-Felony. 10/1/08
Perkins, William An-
thony; Male; 26; Home-
less; Burglary Unoccupied
Structure Unarmed, Burgl
Of Unoccupied Dwelling;
Unarmed No Asslt/Batt,
Larc-Theft is $300 or More
But Less Than $5,000.
10/1/08
Lowe, Jerry Tederell;
Male; 33; 4782 Oscar Lane,
Pace; Larc-Over $300 Un-
der $5,000.
Gardner, Dana Marie;
Female; 34; 1246 Holiday
Dr, Gulf Breeze; Drugs-
Possess New Legend Drug
W/O Prescription (32 cts.),
Drugs-Possess Cntrl Sub
W/O Prescription (2 cts.).
10/1/08
Murtagh, Thomas Jo-
seph; Male; 43; 5171 Nim-
itz Rd., Milton; DUI, Resist
Officer-Flee-Elude LEO
with Lights Siren Active,
Refuse to Submit to DUI
Test. 9/30/08
Carpenter, Jr., Richard
Paul; Male; 49; 3665 God-
win Rd, Jay; Probation Vio-
lation-Felony. 10/2/08
Dukes, Jr., Johnny
Roanell; Male; 22; 6521
Pearl Riley St, Milton;
Damage Prop-Crim. Misch
$200 and Under (2 cts.),
Burgl of Structure Convey-
ance Unarmed W/O Person
Inside (3 cts.), Larc-Theft
is $300 or More But Less
Than $5,000 (3 cts.), Deal-
ing in Stolen Property.
10/02/08
Ebey, Joseph William;
Male; 23; 5211 Yancy Drive,
Pace; Damage Prop-Crim
Misch $200 and Under (2
cts.), Burgl of Structure
Conveyance Unarmed W/O
Person Inside (4 cts.), Larc-
Theft is $300 or More But
Less Than $5,000 (3 cts.),
Dealing in Stolen Property.
10/2/08
Fetting, Steven Jerry;
Male; 20; 505 Lincoln St.,
Harbour, IL; Public Order


Crimes-Opr Ftc Sol Contri-
butions Act 1st Viol, POC-
llome Solicitation W/O
Permit 1st Off. 10/2/08
Lewis, David leffery;
Male; 56; 3271 Lewis Rd,
Milton; Homicide-Willful
Kill-Murder Not Premedi-
tated No Felony Offense.
10/2/08
Peterson, Kayla Marie;
Female; 21; 906 Shipp St,
Waveland, MS; Probation
Violation-Felony. 10/2/08
Pirkl, Shirley Faye; Fe-
male; 55; 6475 Tracker Dr,
Milton; DUI, Drugs-Possess
Cntrl Sub W/O Prescription,
Drugs-Possess Marijuana
Under 20 Grams, Narcotic
Equip-Possess And or Use.
10/2/08
Kyer, Thomas Jay; Male;
26; 4343 Chantilly Way,
Milton; Probation Viola-
tion-Felony. 10/2/08
Reid, Austin Tyler;
Male; 16; 241 Bluff Springs
Rd, Century; Conservation-
Animals Cause Cruel Death
Pain and Suffering. 10/2/08
Young, Mitchell Ray;
Male; 27; 1843 Old Chem-
strand Road, Cantonment;
Attach Registration Li-
cense Plate Not Assigned,
Drive While License Susp
Habitual Offender. 10/2/08
Holley, Douglas Edward;
Male; 42; 6223 Fox Chase
Ct, Bagdad; Drive While
Lic Susp Habitual Offend-
er, Petit 1st Off. 10/3/08
Johns, DamichealTyrell;
Male; 17; 5125 West Spen-
cer Field Rd, Pace; Aggrav
Asslt W/Deadly Weapon
W/O Intent to Kill (2 cts.),
Aggrav Battery-Person
Uses a Deadly Weapon (2
cts.), Robbery With Fire-
arm. 10/3/08
Kauffman, Jeremy Al-
len; Male; 24; 6244 Morgan
Ct, Milton; Drive While
Lic Susp Habitual Offend-
er. 10/5/08
Mason, Russell Ni-
kia; Male; 33; 199 Miller
Rd, Milton; Aggrav Bat-
tery Person Uses a Deadly
Weapon. 10/5/08
Pierce, Cody Michael;
Male; 18; 3926 Reinheart
Village Rd, Milton; Burgi
Unoccupied Conveyance
Unarmed (5 cts.), Larc-
Petit 1st Off (4 cts.), Larc-
Theft is $300 or More But
Less Than $5,000, Damage
Prop-Crim Misch $200 and
Under, Damage Prop-Crim
Misch Over $200 Under
$1,000, Burgl Unoccupied
Conveyance Unarmed (2
cts.), Larc-Theft is $300
or More But Less Than
$5,000. 10/3/08
Pilto, Sharon Lynn; Fe-
male; 36; 6672 Da Lisa Rd,
Milton; Probation Viola-
tion-Felony. 10/3/08
Popple, III, Marshall
Andy; Male; 27; 3532 Ed-
inburgh Dr, Pace; Out of
State Fugitive From Justice.
10/4/08
Wise, Wayne Dewitt;
Male; 43; 12201 Chumuckla
Hwy, Jay; Out of State Fu-
gitive From Justice. 10/4/08
Tarvin, Alan Craig;
Male; 46; 747 Moss Dr.,
Columbus, GA; Larc-Theft
is $300 or More But Less
Than $5,000. 10/5/08


Whilaker, Jonathan Al-.
lan; Male; 43; 7828 S Air-
port Rd, Milton; Probation
Violation-Felony. 10/4/08
Willson II, Martin
Franz; Male; 19; 6364 Old
Harbor Ct, Gulf Breeze;
Probation Violation-Felony.
10/3/08
Brewer, Jr., Douglas
Wayne; Male; 20; 8723 Val-
erie Lane, Navarre; Grand
Theft $5,000 or More Less
Than $10,000. 10/4/08
Nelson, Angela Renae;
Female; 38; 3313 Marcus
Pointe Blvd. Pensacola;
Drive While Lic Susp Ha-
bitual Offender. 10/4/08
Ragia, Katherine Ma-
rie; Female; 21; 3117 Sonya
St, Pace; Aggrav Asslt W/
Deadly Weapon W/O Intent
to Kill (domestic violence).
10/3/08
Smith, Jacob Craig;
Male; 24; 2425 Frontera St,
Navarre; Drive While Lic
Susp Habitual Offender.
10/3/08
Wheeler, Solomon
NMN; Male; 30; 530 Cham-
plin St., Gulfport, MS;
Aggrav Asslt W/Deadly
Weapon W/O Intent to Kill.
10/4/08
Campbell, ,Brooke Lep-
aige; Female; 28; 1104 Gov-
ernment St, Mobile, AL;
DUI. 10/5/08
Guillen, Jose L; Male;
35; 804 Blue Springs Rd,
Pensacola; DUI. 10/4/08
Roberts, Kevin Scott;
Male; 22; 4148 Tom Bridge
Circ. Pensacola; DUI.
10/4/08
Bass, Cary Ann; Female;
38; 8849 Rooster Run, Mil-
ton; DUI Alcohol or Drugs
4th or Subseq Off, Refuse
to Submit to DUI Test,
Violate Restrictions placed
on Driver License, Drugs-
Possess Cntrl Sub W/O Pre-
scription. 10/6/08
Calkins, Derek Crane;
Male; 25; 4900 Carl Booker
Rd, Milton; Theft is $300
or More But Less Than
$5,000, Larc-Petit 1st Off,
Fraud-Illeg Use Credit
Cards To Obtain Goods
Under $300, Resist Officer
Obstruct With Violence.
10/6/08
Hunt, Stacy Jo; Female;
32; 4708 Bay Breeze Dr,
Gulf Breeze; Drive While
License Suspended Habitu-
al Offender. 10/6/08
Jiron, David Michael;
Male; 19; 648 Navy Street,
Ft. Walton Bch; Damage
Prop-Crim Misch Over
$200 Under $1,000 (2 cts.),
Burgl Tools-Possess With
Intent to Use, Larc Theft
is $300 or More But Less
Than $5,000 (2 cts.), Larc-
Petit 1st Degree Property
$100 to Under $300 (2 cts.).
10/06/08
Kennedy, Corey Blake;
Male; 19; 404 Joyner Rd,
Ft. Walton Bch; Damage
Prop-Crim Misch Over
$200 Under $1,000 Subseq
Off (2 cts.), Burgl Unoccu-
pied Conveyance Unarmed
(7 cts.), Burgl Tools-Pos-
sess W/Intent to Use, Larc-
Theft is $300 or More But
Less Than $5,000 (2 cts.),
Larc-Petit 1st Degree Prop-
erty $100 to Under $300. (2


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cts.). 10/6/08
Kirk, Marlow Bodine;
Male; 34; 2455 Sayncr
Drive, Mobile, AL; Failure
to Appear for Felony Of-
fense. 10/6/08
McKuhen, Robert Alan;
859 Gibson Rd, Ft. Walton
Bch; Damage Prop-Crim
Misch Over $200 Under
$1,000 Subseq Off, Burgl-
Unoccupied Conveyance
Unarmed (7 cts.), Burgl
Tools-Possess With Intent
to Use, Larc Theft is $300
or More Than $5,000 (2
cts.), Larc-Petit 1st Degree
Property $100 to Under
$300. (2 cts.). 10/6/08
Pascoe, Natasha Ken-
del; Female; 20; 131 Coun-
try Club Dr, Santa Rosa
Beach; Drugs-Possess Cn-
trl Sub W/O Prescription,
Narcotic Equip-Possess
And or Use. 10/8/08
Sullivan, Becky Case;
Female; 39; 64325 Bayou
Rd,, Plaquemine, LA; Pos-
sess Counterfeited Pay-
ment Instrument (6 cts.),
Counterfeiting of Drivers
License (4 cts.). 10/6/08


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Trimmer, Esther
Brown; Female; 49; 1975
Church St, Gulf Breeze;
Aggrav Asslt W/Deadly
Weapon W/O Intent to Kill,
Weapon Offense-Improper
Exhibit Firearm or Dan-
gerous Weapon. 10/6/08
Miller, Shirley Marie;
Female; 36; 5666 Mulat
Rd, Milton; Fraud. 10/6/08
Chang, Kevin; Male;
17; 470 Brian Street, Mary-
Esther; Damage Prop-
Crim Misch Over $200
Under $1,000 Subseq Off
(2 cts.), Burgl Unoccupied
Conveyance Unarmed (7
cts.), Burgl Tools With
Intent to Use, Larc-Theft


is $300 or More But Less
Than $5,000 (2 cts.), Larc-
Petit 1st Degree Property
$100 to Under $300 (2 cts.).
10/6/08
Dillard, Cynthia De-
nise; Female; 47; 2314 Fos-
hee Rd, Brewton, AL; Pro-
bation Violation-Felony.
10/6/08
Piatak, Jayson Thomas;
Male; 29; 3926 Ranch Rd,
Pace; Possess Marijuana
Over 20 Grams. 10/6/08
Monson, Todd Marvin;
Male; 45; 5418 Hollow Oak
Ln, Pace; DUI. 10/6/08
West, Richard Paul;
Male; 57; 4127 Audis Rd,
Milton; DUI. 10/5/08


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HENRY BOTTS
Henry Botts is one of the area's most well
known country music entertainers, as singer,
instrumentalist, and composer, and also as the
curator of one of the most extensive country
music museums, or country music artifact col-
F elections, in the entire Southeast. And although
now retired from a musician's rigorous sched-
ule, he still finds time to ply his singing, musi-
cal skills, and composing talent among his
.. '. many friends and fans around the county.
Born in the Berrydale Conmmunity, Henry
moved to Milton with his family when he was
10, already well aware that his passion in life
S- was to be a musician and song writer. The
.'' "band" that began with him and his brother Joe'
.... was to eventually grow and prosper, and billings
with the Big Name bands such as Roy Acuff
and the Smoky Mountain Boys, Bill Monroe
and the Blue Grass Boys, and Jim and Jesse of
Virginia Boys fame eventually were achieved.
Fulfilling his dreams of working with his first love, country music, never faltered over
the years as he worked as common laborer, truck driver, church janitor, and eventually a
locomotive engineer, to support and maintain his family. He eventually retired as the engi-
neer who operated the locomotive between NAS Whiting Field and the L&N Railroad
along what is now a paved bike path. His most recent musical talent was exercised as MC
of the Farmers' Opry in Chumuckla for four and a half years.
He and his wife Annie Mae raised a family of five children who gave them 10 grand-
children and "... I don't hardly know how many great grandchildren," he recounted recent-
ly. Henry has amassed one of the most vivid and comprehensive collections of country-
music-related memorabilia anywhere in the area, with a concentration on many of his
country music idols, including Hank and Audry Williams and many other famous person-
alities.
Henry is a remarkable individual, knowledgeable, friendly, responsive to those who
share his love of country music, and a downright "great guy" who has earned his place as
the area's Dean of Country Music. We salute him with all the respect, admiration, and
high opinion that he so richly deserves. Thanks, Henry, for sharing your wonderful life
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Santa Rosa


MEDICAL CENTER










Think Pink & Get Informed
Early detection is the key to beating breast cancer, and
knowledge is the most powerful weapon you can h-.e
in your arsenal. For instance, did you kno.., th~t .vhile
older women are more likely to get breast c:n,:er, it can
also affect women in their 30s or even in their 20 ;' Or that
women whose mothers, grandmothers or sir.Ning.s have
had the disease are at greater risk for getting br-:a;t
cancer, but that breast cancer statistics are increasing
among women with no family history of the disease?

Bring a friend and join us for an informative breast cancer seminar
on Tuesday, October 21 at 7:00 p.m. in the Locklin Education
Center located behind Santa Rosa Medical Center. Facilitated by
OB/GYN John Ervin, M.D., the panel of physicians also will include
Radiologist Jimmy Barnes, M.D., Surgeon Randall McKissack, M.D.
and Oncologist Tom Sunnenberg, M.D. They will discuss the latest
information concerning diagnoses, surgery, radiation therapy and
chemotherapy. They also will be available to answer any questions
you may have. There will be a gift for those attending.

This seminar is free, but pre-registration is recommended. Please call
626.5113 today to reserve a seat..

Santa Rosa Urgent Care Now Open
We are making healthcare more convenient with Santa Rosa Urgent
Care center. Our recently opened Urgent Care center offers treatment
for minor illnesses and injuries on a walk-in ba.is Our teamof ,
experienced specialists, trained! in family medicine and urgent care
services, are able to diagnose and treat minor health problems And,
the center is equipped with a laboratory and radiology equipment to
ensure we can diagnose most minor health concerns quickly.

With extended and weekend hours, as well as regular hours, our goal
is to be here when you need us. So rather than going to a busy
Emergency Room for something minor, you can use our Urgent Care
and receive the care you need quickly and conveniently.

Hours of Operation: Monday thru Friday 7:00 a.m. 7.00 p.m. &
Saturday 8:00 a.m. 5:00 p.m.

Excellence in Technology
Our New 64 Slice CT Scanner
Did you know that at Santa Rosa Medical Center we can help you
assess chest pain in five heartbeats, diagnose a stroke in seconds,
and get an image of the kidneys or liver in mere moments with our
new Toshiba 64 Slice CT Scanner. It's super fast and it's accurate.

In a single rotation, this CT Scanner creates 64 credit-card thin
images which combine to form a three dimensional image. These
remarkable images are taken in seconds and provide accurate, clear
views of the organs in just five seconds. From routine diagnostic
exams to life threatening emergency care, the 64 Slice CT Scanner is
breaking barriers in the speed and accuracy of patient exams.

For more information, please call Jerry Womack, Director of
Radiology, at 626.5172.




Mark Your Calendar

AARP 55 Alive Driving Program
The AARP 55 Alive/Mature Driving Program will be held on Monday,
October 20th from 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. at Locklin Education Center
This prograrh is a refresher course for those who are 55 years of age
and older, Individuals age 50-54 may attend, but insurance reduction is
not mandated prior to age 55. Cost for the program is $10 per person,
which pays for the materials and supplies. AARP membership is not
required. Early REGISTRATION is required to confirm seating, as class
size is limited. Call 626.5113 to register.
Monday, October 20th 8:00 a.m. 5:00 p.m. Locklin Education Center

Weight Loss Surgery Seminar
If you would like to learn more about Weight Loss Surgery you are
encouraged to attend an educational seminar presented by Dr. Robert
A. Althar on Tuesday. October 28" at 600 p.m. in the Locklin Education
Center located behind Santa Rosa medicall Center. This seminar ilil
provide vital information and an'.-. er clueStions regarding Laparoscopic
: Weight Loss SLurger', ncludin;; Di.ided G:,strnc B,.ass Roux-En-Y and
a new procedure, Sle. e G.:stre.?ctomy that is being offered at Santa
:, Rosa Medical Center; '
Tuesday, October 28'" 6:00 p.m. Locklin Education Center

Senior Afternoon at the Movies
Santa Rosa Medical Center's monthly "movie afternoon" for the seniors
in our community is scheduled for Thursday, November 6th at 3:00 p.m.
at Locklin Education Center, located just behind Santa Rosa Medical
::: Center. The movie presentation ..-.ill be Carol Burnett. Admission is'free
so bring your friends and enjoy a movie '.'ith 1s.1
Thursday, November 6th 3:00 p.m. Locklin Education Center


Upcoming Classes
>> October 22nd CPR Initial Health Care Provider

>> November 5th CPR Health Care Provider Renewal :

>> November 21st Health Care Preceptor Workshop

Lamaze Classes are offered at Santa Rosa Medical Center. Please call
our Labor and Delivery Unit at 626.5049 for class schedule.

Freedom Fromr Smoking class dates to be announced. Call Scott Reid
at 626.5384 fr: r mc',r, rif..rrr jti..n.


Wednesday, October 15, 2008


Local


MILLER from page Al


our finest heroes on what daily merce, businesses. and NAS:
remn have said is their gie't- The Emncrald Coast Honor X\ hitting Field. Aspart ofan:
et journe, I urgc e1Xe\onei Flight Santa Rosa County Honor Flight, \Y\ II veter-:
interested in supporting the Initiative is made up of lead- ans visit their memnioriial and
program to act quickl. as our ers including elected offi. are recognized for their ser-
\VWIIl \'eteal. .,re lading cials, area chambers of com.- ice to our country.


WEEKEND from page Al

Starts at Bagdad Museum -
4512 Church St.
850-981-9915 or www.Bag-
dadWaterfronts.org
Sat., Oct. 18th 9 am 3
pm
Artists, crafters, food, mu-
sic, museum tours, wooden
boat' show and children's art
area.

Bagdad Village Preser-
vation Association's "Artful
Boil" Lunch
SBaigdad. Museum 4512
Chlirch St.
8 0-0223-3288 or www.bag-
dadvillage.org
Sat., Oct. 18th, starts 10 am
Pick a handmade bowl and
enjoy a homemade soup lunch
- then
take the bowl home with
you! Fundraiser supports Bag-
dad Village
Museum; tickets $20 at
door.


MILTON
Depot Day
L & N Depot 5003 Henry
St.
850-623-3645
Sat., Oct. 18th, 9 am 4 pm
Open house at historic de-
pot features heritage artists,
kids train ride, and much
more; concessions available.

Main Street Nights Con-
cert & Classic Car Show
Riverwalk Park S. Will-
ing St. (downtown Milton)
850-626-6246 or www.
mainstreetmilton.org
Oct. 18th, 6-8 pm
FREE outdoor concert fea-
turing live entertainment
on the banks of beautiful
Blackwater River. Call
for car show details.

2008 McConnell-Wantz
Century Ride
Departs Community Cen-
ter 5629 Byrom St.
850-549-3646 or www.
fennerride.com
Oct. 18th, starts 8 am
Features various lengths on
Blackwater Heritage State
Trail and through Blackwa-
ter River State Forest.

5K Running the Trail for
Education
Park & ride shuttle from
City Hall 6783 Dixon St. ,
850-565-7923 or www.
runthetrail.org
Sat., Oct. 18th, 9 a.m.
Run a unique, certified
course on Blackwater State
Heritage Ti.lil. Breakfast
provided; f ici party includes
door prizes, 1,ids' activities,
and free food


Jeni Senterl Press Gazette
This vendor sat in the shade of her tent making cornhusk
dolls at the Heritage Festival. Dolls were available at the
booth, as well as other forms of old-fashioned crafts.


Jeni Senteri Press Gazette
The Munson Community Heritage Festival was held on
Saturday and Sunday at Krul Recreation Area in Mun-
son, also known as "Munson Pool." Children waited in
line to try their hand at stripping kernels from cobs of
corn the "old fashioned way" at the Munson Community
Heritage Festival


& drinks for participants &
their immediate families.
Call or visit website for de-
tails.
TIGER POINT

Good Shepherd Lutheran
Church's "Oktoberfest"


4257 Gulf Breeze Pkwy.
850-932-3263
Oct. 17th, 5-9 pm; Oct. 18th:
garage sale starts
,6" amn; activities fiPough 9'
pm Children's games, bake
sale, ciait show, silent auction.
food & music!


CAREERS from page Al


the week includes:
10/15 Wednesday "In the
Seat"
Kevin Price from
Sunbelt Rentals will provide
training for Construction
Academy students on selected
pieces of heavy equipment.
Students will be able to sit in
equipment and will receive
hands on demonstrations of


how it i.s used on the job site.
10/16 Thursday "Build
Your Future"
Construction Acad-
emy Student throughout San-
ta Rosa County will watch the
"Build Your Future" video
provided by NCCER to learn
about the different careers of-
fered in the field of construc-
tion.


10/17 Friday "Energy Pro-
duction"
30 Construction acad-
emy students will travel to
the Southern Company Crist
Plant to see up close how en-
ergy is produced in our area.
For additional information
about the Construction Acad-
emy, contact Locklin Tech, at
983-5700.


WAKE from page Al


S...i. .


wake. Only a boat at idle cre-
ates no wake whatsoever.
The last time something
like this was brought up area
bass fishermen, who some-
times host tournaments or
events along the Blackwater


River, were upset because of
the restriction.
But Scott pointed out
they actually launch from a
no wake zone near the River
Run Marina.
Once again the public


hearing is set to begin at 6
p.m. in he City of Milton
Council Chambers to discuss
the possible establishment of
a "no wake zone" between
the two bridges in Milton
along the BlackwVter River.








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Flotilla 1-8, the newest
Flotilla In the U.S. Coast
Guard Auxiliary, has been
established in Milton,
holding its Ceremony on
September 13,2008 at the
Santa Rosa County Veter-
ans Memorial Plaza on the
Blackwater River in Mil-
ton. The ceremony, which
was well attended, fea-
tured presentations from
Milton Mayor Guy Thomp-
son, Santa Rosa County
Commissioner Don Salter,
Captain Enrique Sadsad,
Commanding Officer,
NAS Whiting Field, Com-
modore Bill Crouch, Dis-
trict Commodore, Eighth
Coastal Region, U.S. Coast
Guard Auxiliary, and oth-
ers.
Flotilla 1-8 will support
the Coast Guard mission in,
all Santa Rosa Countis ;ia-
ters, including the Black-
water River, Yellow River,
East River, Blackwater
Bay. Escambia Bay, Santa
Rosa Sound, and the Gulf
of Mexico, and will con-
duct safety patrols, provide
search and rescue response,


By WALT REESE
Navy League Vice President,
Scholarships
Jennifer Pate and Analise
Wise each have been awarded
a $1,000 Navy League schol-
arship for their demonstrated
academic achievement, ef-
fective leadership, willing
participation, and extensive
community service.
Jennifer Pate is attend-
ing Pensacola Junior 'Col-


Members of Flotilla 1-8, the newest Flotilla in the U.S. Coast Guard Auxiliary was
established on Sept. 1.3 in a ceremony at the Santa Rosa County Veterans Memorial
Plaza. This flotilla will cover waters in Santa Rosa County.


deliver public education
and boater safety classes,
and offer other services
to the boating community.
The flotilla will also con-
duct free recreational ves-
sel safety examinations at
Russell Harber Landing
boat ramps the first Satur-


day of each month from 9
to Noon.
"We have received a
very enthusiastic response
from the local community,"
said Flotilla Commander
Paul M." Fernandez III.
"U.S. Coast Guard Auxil-
iary Flotilla 1-8 is proud to


serve as the 'Guardians of
the Blackwater."


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Vol. 101, Number 54


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OUR VIEW



Successes


don't


guarantee


wins
There were cheers and jeers Friday night
following the Milton and Pace football game.
Each side had its feelings, but one thing will
never change when it comes to what is said after a
football game: It was so interesting to hear people
bring up the ghost of Coach Hurley Manning.
We are appreciative of what Coach Manning
did for Milton High with back-to-back state
titles in 1978 and 1979, but we wonder if Coach
Manning would be as successful today?
History records Coach Manning as a non-
nonsense, in-your-face disciplinarian who took no
guff from players or parents. In short, what Coach
Manning said was law.
Times have changed. Today, people call to
complain about coaches. They allege coaches
"yelled" at their child or "was mean to" their child.
Many parents call to say their child should get
more play time. Others feel it is a virtual "right"
for their child to wear the school colors.
No matter what you think or how you feel,
youth are not guaranteed the right to play the
game of football.
In listening to some of Coach Manning's former
players, if they didn't walk the line and do things
the Manning way, they were not long for the team.
It is also interesting to think back to how some
past coaches talked to players. History is full of
schools in which talks from coaches more closely
resembled that of a Marine drill sergeant.
Some athletes actually left high school
wondering if the coach even knew their God-given
name as it read on their birth certificate because
those coaches were much more likely to call a
player by some created epithet.
Like most of today's society, things must now
be politically correct lest feelings be crushed.
When Manning coached the Panthers, players
would fight and claw their way through a brick
wall if that is what their coach demanded.
If they left the field and were ready to go
somewhere else for fun, then they didn't give it
their all during the game.
Football for players under coaches like
Hurley Manning was more than just a game it
was a commitment.
It is still a commitment, but today there are
many more things to interest players beyond
school and football.
We're not suggesting the system of yesterday
was "better," only that it was "different." The
style of coaching from decades ago simply can't
be compared to that of today. If the Mannings of
the world had been placed under the limitations
of life in 2008, things might have been different.
We just can't be sure.
Billy Martin, who managed the New York
Yankees during their 1970s and 80s heydays
was quoted as saying, "If winning isn't
important, then why do they even bother to keep
score?"
It takes a special person to be a coach of
any sport and just because one season is bad
compared to a previous one doesn't mean the
coach has lost his touch. ,
You have to look at what a coach has to
work with and how the team responds to the
instruction the coach is giving them.
Football is a competition between 11
teenagers on one side and 11 on the other. You
never predict how each group will respond to
the myriad situations of each game.
That is why they call it a game and that's why
they keep score.



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VP debate was debatable


By Ron Hart

If you did not see
the Vice Presidential
debate between Sarah
Palin as Caribou Barbie
and Joe "Botox" Biden,
the Hair Club for Men
spokesman, here is
my cartoonish yet on-
the-money overview
of these two trying to
woo the persuadable
(gullible) voters who
remain.
When I first tuned
in to watch the
debate, I thought I had
mistakenly tuned in
to the Home Shopping
Network. Once I got
my bearings, I asked
myself, "Why is Tina
Fey debating Kenny
Rogers?" Then I saw
the Presidential Debates
Commission seal and
it was not for sale
(officially), so 1 knew I
was in the right place.
I then saw the liberal
broadcaster Gwen Ifill,
who works for PBS (or
our answer to Pravda),
and who "moderated"
this show for 70 million
people. She stopped
short of publicizing
her upcoming book,
which coos about
how great Obama is,
calling her forbearance
"journalistic integrity."
She was nursing a
broken ankle, which
she suffered when she
fell leaning so far to the
left all of the time, and
even more so around an
election, that she lost
her balance. You know,
like the rest of the
media.
Chia Pet Joe Biden


Ron Hart


did his tried-and-true
shtick about being
just a simple guy from
the tough town of
Scranton, Pennsylvania.
Pennsylvania just
happens to be a swing
state and one that he left
during the Eisenhower
administration at about
the age of 10. Never
mind relevant facts.
Joe survived that town,
which he describes as
a hell hole and devoid
of any value. I think
his dad worked on the
Dunder Mifflin Paper
Company loading dock
in Scranton, certainly
not in The Office as a
paper salesman.
Biden fought off
roving white street
gangs, which I imagine
looked like a scene
from "West Side Story,"
to plagiarize his way
to a law degree. He
then went on to a place
where being a dishonest
lawyer can make one
quite a nice living,
the U.S. Congress,
where he has been for
35 years. Any logical
person would therefore
conclude that this makes


him the best possible
agent for "change" in
Washington.
Just to show us how
"in touch" he is, Biden
also implied that he
goes to a restaurant
named Katie's, right
after his Home Depot
runs, to be with the
common people. Oddly
enough, Katie's closed
during the Clinton
administration, but you
get the idea; he is just a
regular Joe.
Sarah Palin did her
cutsie "wink, smile and
crinkle her nose" bit
for the cameras, and
her "Bewitched"-like
rendition seemed to put
a spell on the crowd.
As George Will pointed
out, she sought to reach
out to "Joe 6-Pack."
But instead of trying to
represent him, she went
about trying to replicate
him on the stage,
and there is clearly a
difference. I am not
sure how all of that will
work out, but she is just
one lost election away
from her own line of
clothes at Sears.
She did try to throw
Biden off by asking
when she came out
if she could 'call him
Joe. He instinctively
answered, "Sure, and
can I call you for drinks
some time?" Sarah
Palin was happy to be
able to talk directly
to the American
people, "without the
mainstream media
filter" she so distrusts
with their follow-up
questions and fact-
checking. And Biden


was excited to have this
opportunity to speak Jo
the nation on televisiqp
in these trying times,-r-
just like FDR did in :e
1929 right after the
stock market crash a
when Herbert Hooveri
was president and wefPl
before TV was actually
invented.
Maybe because of
the low expectations,
I thought Palin won
the debate. Somehow,
all Biden and Obama
have to do now to winM
this election is what i.
they do best: nothing.,"
Never mind that their:';
fingerprints are all oV t
the current financial
crisis. The lack of
understanding of its _
genesis (the government
using Fannie Mae ,,
as a social program n
to provide loans to C
people who could notai
repay them), with the yr.
willing cover by the )
Obamamania media,
will result in a walk [
across the finish line ,
on November 4th. My
fear is that, if elected.,
McCain would not mqce
good on his promises pr
that, if he wins, Baracik
Obama will. ts
Ii

Ron Hart is a r
Southern libertarian
columnist who writes
weekly humor column'
about politics and
life. He worked for
Goldman Sachs and -
was appointed to The,
Tennessee Board of i'
Regents by Lamar > r
Alexander. His E-maiLk;
RevRonlO@aol.com Y


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ACLU
Something is going on
in the world and a lot of
people don't care. Grown
people, that is. Because
most of them are partak-
ers of what is happening.
There are grown-ups who
mislead children now,
around the clock. They
sit up all night on a stupid
light box and prey on chil-
dren. They snake around
and tell them everything
but what is right in the sight
of God. Some adults even
tell children how to take a
life, soon as it begins, but
they won't tell them it is


premeditated murder. And
God said, "Thou shalt not
kill." Somebody gave them
life, hear me well... Every
church leader who does not
teach by the word of God
and not man is very unfit
for the cause. And to the
fathers who don't have a
backbone to lead their fam-
ily to know Christ Jesus is
just a dad. Mothers need to
step back and let the father
be the man of the house. If
he will, and not be the child.
All real men love God and
are lead by Christ; but if not
Christ, then by the ACLU.

RAYMOND JOHNS
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Amendment 8 -
Dubious
How did amendment 8
get on the November bal-
lot? This amendment would
give unelected community
college boards of trustees
the power to tax. This is
like giving Billy the Kid a
license to steal. You are go-
ing to be robbed.
The taxpayer supported
community colleges of
Florida are controlled by
boards that are appoint-
ed by the governor. That
means billions of dollars
of the taxpayers cash is
now being spent by politi-


tili
cal cronies of the governor
who are not accountable, to
anyone. A high percentage
of that money is squandered
on. obscene administrators'
salaries, building boond9g-
gles and out of control Ad-
ministrators' junkets. T'e
presidents at these colleges
typically make more than
the governor. And these
people want even morej,Af
your money? St
Clearly, amendment ,is
a joke, however, I am qot
laughing. And I am voting
NO on amendment 8.
BOB SNOW
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Wednesday, October .15, 2008


Santa Rosa's Press Gazette Page A7
Sports


Rotary Club Run: The Ro-
tary Club of Milton will host
its second annual "5K Run-
ning the Trail for Education"
ou Oct 18 at the Blackwater
Hei-u i.-c State Trail in Mil-
toh This 5K run/walk is
open to adults and children
of all .,gesFree food, drinks,
at t-shirts will be provided
tall entries (while supplies
la). Medals and ribbons will
,b aea .rded If you are inter-
ested in becoming a sponsor
:oi p.m ici paying in the run/
xalk, e-iil ppollard4078@
theupsstore.com

Panther Take Down Club:
TITe Panther Take Down Club
is hosting a clinic on Oct. 18
at Milton High School. The
clinic will feature Rob Her-
man and will include lunch.
The clinic is designed for
any wrestler in sixth grade or
higher to sharpen 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 informa-
tion call 450-2434 or visit
www.mhswrestling.net.

Poker Run: The Victory
Junction Gang Camp Third
Annual Poker Run will be
held on Oct. 18 and is be-
ing sponsored by V.F.W. Post
4833 and Victory Motorcy-
cles. This run will start at the
V!.W. Post on Carroll Road
aiU return to the V.F.W. Post
for several post ride activi-
ties.
Registration starts at 9
a.m. and the first bike out
will be at 10 a.m. and the cost
is($10 per bike and $5 for an
adlditional rider to play. Any
vehicle is welcome to join the
ride. Prizes will be given for
the best and worst hands.
For more information call
572-0567 or 777-9226.

Softball Meeting: The City
ofi Milton Parks and Recre-
ation Department is holding
four public meetings to dis-
cuss the possibility of a girl's
fa4t-pitch softball league.
Meetings will be held at the
Milton Community Cen-
ter, 5629 Byrom Street, and
will begin at 6 p.m. on Oc-
td6er 27, November 10, 17
and 24. Parents who want
their daughters ages 8 to 14
to play, should attend. Indi-
viduals interested in coach-
ing or helping organize the
program are also welcome.
For additional information,
contact John Norton at 983-
5466 ext. 203.

NGolf Invitational: The Tan-
glewood Ladies Golf Associ-
atbn will be holding its Invi-
talional 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.

Dance Fundraiser: The
Milton High School Lady
Panther Softball will have a
Halloween Dance for Middle
Schoolers on Friday, October
24 in the Milton High School
Cafeteria from 6:00 p.m. un-
til 10:00 p.m. There will be
a costume contest! Security
AND Chaperones will be
provided. There will be Hot-
dogs, Hamburgers, French
fries, sodas, and snacks avail-
able for purchase. For more
inTormation please contact
Robin Vickers at 982-9785.

Golf Scramble: the Milton
High School Baseball Boost-
er'Club is sponsoring a golf
tournament on Oct. 25 at
Tanglewood Country Club.
This three person scramble
cost $225 per team and will
te' off at 8 a.m. Registration
inrielude golf, lunch, beverage
c hts, range balls, and prizes.


Cdsh prizes for first, second,
arfi third place. Prizes for
thl longest drive, closest to
the pin, hole in one and every
player wins a door prize. For
m6re information, call 293-
2735 or 261-5117.

Haunted Hay Ride: The
East Milton Youth Associa-
tion will hold it's second an-
rifal iHaunted l lay Ride and


I lalloween Carnival Oct.
31. Game booths and candy
for trick-or-treaters will be
available. The carnival gets
underway at 7 p.m. and the
haunted hay ride will start at
dark. The hay ride will cost
$2 per person.
For more information,
call 723-6103.

Garcon Point Bridge Run:
The Santa Rosa Educa-
tion Foundation is partner-
ing with Mediacom to an-
nounce its inaugural "Con-
necting Education in Santa
Rosa County" Garcon Point
Bridge Run. The special
event for children and adults
supports programs like Take
Stock in Children scholar-
ships, teacher grants, Little
Red Schoolhouse Teacher
Supply Depot, and recogni-
tion of teachers and student
countywide.
The five-mile run-walk
will be Nov. 15 at 7:30 a.m.
A general entry fee is $15 for
children and $20 for adults.
Registration is available on-
line at active.com or you can
print a registration form at
www.santarosa.kl2.fl.us/sref

Rodeo: The Dixie Darters
Drill Team will be hosting
a rodeo Nov. 22 at the East


Milton Recreation Park.
The Little Wranglers Rodeo
events will begin at 2 p.m.
and include Barrel Race,
Goat Untying, Pole Bending,
Steer riding, flag race, goat,
tying, and team roping.
The rodeo is set to begin
at 7 p.m. and will include
team roping, chute doggin',
barrel racing, goat tying, pole
bending, and bull riding.
Tickets are $8 at the gate
and kids six and under are
free. Pre-sale tickets will go
on sale Nov. 1 and will be
$6.
For more information call
957-0784. Registration dead-
line for events is Nov. 14.

Futbol Club of Santa Rosa
Fall Soccer Registration: Reg-
istration is currently ongo-
ing for the fall recreational
season, online registration is
available at the FCSR web-
site www.fcsantarosa.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@
fesantarosa.com. More in-
formation on the recreational
and select soccer programs


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Ann L. Baroco Center for Breast Health
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The Medical Park also offers easy access to many
other physicians and outpatient services, including:
Pace Surgery Center
Gastroenterology Associates
The Surgery Group
Allergy & Asthma Center of Northwest Florida, PA
Pensacola Orthopaedics
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Pace Library Sports Raffle:
Friends of the Pace Library
will be raffling off various
sports items to add a chil-
dren's activity room to the
Pace Library.
Some of the items you
could win include a Eli Man-
ning signed Giants football,
an Emmitt Smith signed
Cowboys helmet, a Travis
Fryman signed baseball, Boo
Weekley signed hat and pic-
ture, Haley Millsaps signed
hat and picture, Danny
Wuerffel signed mini-hel-
mets, 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.srpressga-
zette.com. Look for the box
called 'Things to Do'.
There you can check on
activities by zip code or ac-
tivity. And you are also more
than welcome to enter your
events there as well.


Big Catch


Submitted photo
This black drum weighing forty pounds was caught by
Violet Payne of East Milton on Monday 10/6/08 at
11:10 a.m. in Escambia Bay. It was caught on 12 Ib test
line. What an amazing experience to get this big fish in
the boat. There is really some big fish out there.


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Panthers honor golfers 7

By BILL GAMBLIN ho helped kled the University on the Nationwide Tour," said Since helping the Team "Something like that would
sports@srpressgazetteorm1 of Georgia to tihe Southeastern Weekley. "I would take time USA win the Ryder Cup, be a huge thrill."
Conference Golf title back in off to meet with Murray (Rut- Weekley has been on the To- Both Watson and Weekley
Milton High School has a 2000. "I don't see it as if I have ledge) and I have a couple of night Show with Jay Leno and are viewed differently in some gy
strong group of golfers in their 'done anything special here. I good friends who teach here most recently was the official regards when it comes to play-
Athletic Hall of Fame after Fri- have just done what any other that I would visit from time to starter for the AMP Energy ing on the tour as they each ap-
day night. person would do and that is time. 500 at Talladega Superspeed- preciate the opportunity they
Joining Heath Slocum' give/back to the school. "Some times I just like way. have and look at golf with a
in this elite group were fel- "That's what my parents to come up here and walk Interestingly enough Wat- unique approach. Bill Gamblin I Press Gazette
low PGA Tou members Boo taught me to do." around." son didn't know what his fel- "I think we look at it dif- Bubba Watson (left)
Weekley, a 1992 Milton gradu- Watson is not the only one For Weekley that has not low Milton alum had been up ferently," said Watson. "We and Boo Weekley (right)
ate, and Bubba Watson, a 1997 who learned that lesson as been very often as he has been to until he went online, smile and talk to the people at proudly display their cake
Milton graduate. Weekley has also gpien back in a whirlwind of activity since "My wife and I were in the course because we know during a reception prior
For Weekley and Watson to Milton High School and has being a winning member of Canada for her sisters wedding where we came from., to Friday s game where ,
this honor came as quite a been known to visit the cam- Team USA at the Ryder Cup. and I found out about what Boo "We are fortunate for each both were inducted into the
shock. pus when he is not playing a "It feels like I am dream- had been doing when I went to day on the course and the op- Milton High School Athletic
"When I was first told tour event. ing," said Weekley. "Andif this the tour's website," said Wat- portunity to.play golf, while Hall of Fame. Watson and
about this my reaction was "I use to come back here really is a dream I don't want to son. "The only thing about that some of the others out there Weekley both are golfers.
'Are they crazy'," said Watson, to visit, especially when I was wake up." is he got to do if first. view it as a job." on the PGA Tour. ir,


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Pace High School will get to keep the Bronze Helmet for a fifth year after posting a hard fought
28-6 win over Milton Friday night. The Patriots have won the last six meetings between the two
teams including a playoff game last season in the 4A Region 1 Semi-Finals.



Pace still has



Milton's number


By BILL GAMBLING
;ports' rpressgnjozl e.corn .

Milton %was hoping for a
lom -scoring football game
against Pace.
They got their wish until late
in the game \ hen the Patriots of-
fense erupted for 14 points late
in the fourth quarter to take their
sixth consecutive win over their
in-county rival 28-6.
The Patriots (4-2, 1-0 in Dis-
trict 1-4A) quickly lumped out
to a 14-0 lead as Vinni Orlando
ended the first drive of the game
with a four-yard touchdown run
with 8:37 remaining.
The Panthers (2-4, 0-1 in
District 1-4A) could not move
the ball, but their defense took
control as they stopped Orlando
on a tbouiith-and-one at the Mil-
ton 11.
Milton, starting in the shad-
ow of their own goal post, would
mount some offense, but not
enough and i\a- forced to pun
again.
Six plays later Aaron Munoz
found David Casey for the score,
with 10:11 remaining in the half.
From that point on the Milton
defense stymied Pace and even
forced a turnover as Derrick
Alexander intercepted a Munoz
pass and returned it to the Pace
18.
"Our defense did a great job
tonight," said Milton head coach
Mike NMcMillion. "I thought they
played hard and our kids contin-
ue to work hard."
Milton took that turnover
and quickly cashed in six plays
later from three yards out as
Dedrick Simmons pounded the
ball in from three yards out for
what would be the Panthers' only
score.
The Panthers made the first
point after try, but Chris Bald-
win had to tee it up again as Pace
was flagged for being offsides.


*Class 3A regional final
* "Class 4A regional semi-
final

The second attempt was no
good due to a bad snap.
Pace can clinch the District
1-4A title with a win over Tate
on Oct. 24, while the Panthers
will be in a must win situation
Nov. 7 when Milton travels to
Gonzalez.
Defense then became the
name of the game for both teams
as neither one could manage
much offense.
That is until 3:27 remained in
the game.
"We got a lot of room for im-
provement, but the guys played


their hearts out," said Pace head
coach Mickey Lindsey. "There at
one point we lost our momentum
and got out of rhythm.
"That has a lot to do with Mil-
ton; they have a good program
and play hard."
Pace took over from their
34-yardline and used a 30 yard
pass from Munoz to Josh Reeves
to set up its third touchdown of
the game.
Quran Tillman rumbled 22
yards for the score to make it 21-
6.
Despite starting their next
possession deep in their own
. territory, Milton knew they had
to go for it on fourth-and-eight
from their own 22, but Matt
Floyds pass was incomplete.
"Tonight we just couldn't
string anything together," said
McMillion. "I don't think the
score is indicative of the game.
"We played hard, but we just
didn't make the plays; we are just
not good enough to drop balls
and coninut peilnles '
With a short' field Pace need-
ed only four plays before Munoz
foundRyan I-anks with a 17-yard
strike in the end zone %\ith 49
seconds remaining in the game
for the final score.
Munoz finished the game with
212 yards by completing 12-of-
20 passing with two touchdowns.
His biggest target was fellow se-
nior Tvlei Bousson who hauled
in si\ catches for 117 yards.'
Niunoz also led Pace in rush-
ing with 51 yards on 10 carries
as the Patriots finished with 384
yards of total offense.
Milton finished with 107
yards of total offense with Matt
Floyd rushing for 28 to lead Mil-
ton and passing for 29 more.
Pace will travel to play
Niceville this Friday at
7 p.m., while Milton will wind
their way south to play Gulf
Breeze at 7:30 p.m.


By BILL GAMBLING
sports@srpressgozette.com

Football is a game of four
quarters that is separated by
a break in the middle called
halftime.
Jay dominated the first
half this past Friday as they
took a 14-0 lead into the
locker room for halftime.
The second half was a
completely different story
as West Gadsden found a
way to tame the Royals and
score the winning points
with a 31-yard field goal
with just six seconds re-
maining to make it 17-14.
Jay built their first half
lead as Rush Hendricks went
for 69 yards in the first half
and scored the first points
of the game on a three-yard
run.
Kick returned Dale Bar-
low, who took the open-
ing kickoff deep into West
Gadsden territory, set up
Hendricks' short run for the
games first score.
With Jay (2-3, 1-2 in Dis-
trict 1-A) up 6-0, the Royals
kept wearing out the Pan-
thers defense.
After the Royals defense
held firm, the offense took
the ball back down the field
83 yards to make it 14-0 on
a Stephen Brabham one-
yard run followed by Hen-
dricks adding the two-point
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By BILL GAMBLIN This past Saturday Pensacola
sports@srpressgazette.com needed double overtime befoe
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The Pensacola Light-
ning will continue on the
road in their quest for the
NAFL National Title.
Up next for the Lightning
(11-1) will be the undefeated
Nashville Storm.
This past Saturday Pen-
sacola needed double over-
time before they could cor-
ral the Georgia Mustangs in
Atlanta 17-14.
To stay alive in the play-
offs the Lightning's JaMa-
rcus Watkins and Morgan
Marshall blocked what
could have been game win-
ning field goals by the Mus-
tangs.
Then when presented
with their opportunity,
Pensacola's Jacob Matlock
booted a 48-yard field goal
to win the game.
During regulation the
Lightning scored on a Don
Rich pass to Dusty Cleckler
followed by a touchdown
run by Raymond Lymon.
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between the Lightning and
the Storm will be a rematch
of last season's Southern
Championship won by the
Lightning 31-24.
Ironically this was the
last game the Storm has lost
and dethroned the defending
South Division title hold-
ers in the North American
Football League (NAFL).
Last week the Storm is-
sued their own warning by
defeating the Georgia Gen-
erals 13-7.
Heading into the contest
the Generals were averag-
ing over 27 points a game.
The winner of Satur-
day's contest set to kickoff
at 7 p.m. at Stratford High
School's Buster Boguskie
Stadium will be a date with
the St. Louis Bulldogs for
the NAFL South Champi-
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City of Milton teams and PARA teams took the field on Saturday after the ribbon cutting ceremony to commemorate the first game played on
the new PARA football complex. Hurricane Ivan destroyed the old complex three years ago.



PARA Football Complex



ribbon cutting, homecoming

By JENI SENTER
isenter@srpressgazette.com
The ribbon cutting cer-
emony for PARA was held
Saturday at 10 a.m. at the
PARA Football Complex in
Pace. Homecoming festivi-
ties for the Pace and Milton
athletic associations began
after the ceremony, with the
first game being played on
the new field.
The new complex, located
at 3536 Limbaugh Lane in
Pace, is on the same property
as the former PARA Baseball
Park which was destroyed by
hurricanes Ivan and Dennis.
With the help of Pensacola
Sam's Club, the need for a
public football complex in
northern Santa Rosa County
was met by utilizing the ex-
isting infrastructure and land.
This project is an example
of a successful community
partnership, with the Pen-
sacola Sam's Club donating
$10,500 and providing over
35 volunteers to help with the
improvements.
Rob Magin, #8119 Sam's Jeni Senterl Press Gazette
Club Manager explained, "It PARA cheerleaders have fun while waiting to cheer their team at the City of Milton and PARA homecoming.
has been a privilege to help
with this park that has been
unavailable to our children
for over three years. We
would encourage all corpora- *,-
tions to help in anyway pos- .
sible to make sure that our
children never have to look
far for a safe place to play, .
learn and grow."
The complex is owned
and maintained by the board
of county commissioners
and the Pace Athletic and .
Recreation Association oper-
ate the athletic program. The
park improvements totaled
$133,295.43 and were funded Jeni Senterl Press Gazette
by district 1 and district 3 At left, City of Milton football teams played against PARA football teams on Saturday after the PARA ribbon
recreational funds, FEMA re- cutting during the homecoming festivities. A Milton team is pictured watching a game while waiting to play.
imbursements, and a $10,500 At right, PARA cheerleaders take a break to ham it up for the camera after their team played in the homecom-
donation from Sam's Club. ing after PARA's ribbon cutting ceremony on Saturday.





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City of Milton
Meetings
-City of Milton's Per-
sonnel Committee will
meet on Thursday, Oct. 16
at 8:30 a.m. in Conference
Room B at City Hall, 6738
Dixon Street.
-Milton Growth, De-
velopment and Annexa-
tion Committee will meet
Thursday, Oct. 16 at 3 p.m.
in Conference Room B
of City Hall, 6738 Dixon
Street.
-The Local Board for
Emergency Food & Shel-
ter Funding will meet on
Tuesday, Oct. 21 at 10 a.m.
in Conference Room B
of City Hall, 6738 Dixon
Street.
-City of Milton's Fi-
nance Committee will
meet Wednesday, Oct. 22
at 9:30 a.m. in Conference


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For further information
on these meetings, call the
City Manager's Office at
983-5411. All meetings are
open to the public.

Youth Fun Day of
Bowling
There will be a Youth
Fun Day of Bowling on
Saturday, Oct. 18 from 9
a.m. to 12 noon for ages
8 to 18 years of age. The
cost is $10. USBC Silver
Coaching is available.
This fun day is to reorga-
nize the Youth League at
Oops and to form teams
sanctioned by the USBC.
For more information call
Mike at 995-93993. After
hours, call Brenda at 623-
6807.


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ily Law Advisory Group
is having their 3rd Annual
Families Day Out celebra-
tion in conjunction with the
Annual Make a Difference
Day event. It will happen
Saturday, Oct. 25 from 10
a.m. to 2 p.m. at the Mil-
ton Community Center,
5629 Byrom Street. Cost is
free! There will be over 50
vendors/exhibits focusing
on family issues such as
health screenings, Search
& Rescue K9, pirates,
haunted house, posse, fish-
ing booth and free activi-
ties for the kids. Children
age 5 an'd up can get a
DMV Child Identification
Card made by providing
their birth certificate and
social security number.
For more information, call
Deborah McIntyre at 850-
981-5589.

Munson School Alumni
Thursday, Oct. 16, Mun-
son School will gather at
Bear Lake for the Annual
Homecoming Social and
a fantastic lunch (covered
dish). Please come out for
a day of meeting and greet-
ing by members of the as-
sociation. Fun begins at 11
a.m. Don't forget. See you
there!

Friends of the Milton
Library Flying PigFest
On Friday October 31
and Saturday November
1 from 9-5, the Friends of
the Milton Library will
hold its fall book sale. In
addition this year there
will be food and enter-
tainment. On Friday, there
will be CC's pizza and
soft drinks and Saturday,
there will be barbecue
plates, served from 10 am
until 4 pm. The plates in-
clude pulled pork, bun,
baked beans, coleslaw, all
prepared by Marque Hen-
drix. In addition, Saturday
entertainment will be the
Rowell Family Band from
11-2. Tickets for the barbe-
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ances, Santa Rosa Cham-
ber of Commerce (checks
only), the Milton Library
and from Friends of the
Milton Library Board
Members. Advance tick-
ets are 2 for $15 but at the
sale will be $8 each. Join
us for fun and bargains to
support the fund raising
for the new Milton Library
building fund.
If you have gently used
books, cds, videos, etc to
donate to the sale, please
leave them as soon as
possible at the Milton Li-
brary.
For more informa-
tion, contact the Joan
McLendon, at 623-0761
or jmc10761@bellsouth.
net or check the website
for the Santa Rosa County
Library System at www.
friendsofmiltonlibrary.org


Genealogical Society
to meet
The Genealogical So-
ciety of Santa Rosa Coun-
ty will hold its monthly
meeting on Saturday, the
18th of October, at 10:00
in the Milton Library Con-
ference Room, 5541 Ala-
bama Street. The program
will consist of members
and guests sharing their
genealogical findings and
presenting their "brick
wall" ancestors for debate
and problem-solving.

Dragonfly Gallery
artist wins top honor
Holley-Navarre artist,
Lonnie Rich, 3d entry wins
top honor at the Dragon-
fly Gallery's, Dragonfly
Flight. This is the first ju-
ried art show sponsored by
the Santa Rosa Arts and
Culture Foundation. The
exhibit began with and
opening reception on Oc-
tober 4th and will continue
until November 1st.
Lonnie Rich, Artist on
Eastbay, has lived in Hol-
ley since his retirement as
an art educator in 2005.
He is currently working
as a full-time artist. His
artworks are in both pri-
vate and public collections
across the Southeast.
Mary Ellen Shugart
from Gulf Breeze won
first place with her wood
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by Janie Seal from Pace. A
drawing entry by Lonnie
Rich secured third place.
Honorable mentions were
awarded to Jim Gleason,
from Pace, Richard Lozi-
er from Pensacola, Sally
Miller from Bagdad, Mark
Schmitt from Pace and
Kahy Tari also from Pen-
sacola.
The Dragonfly Flight
showcases 69 creations
from artists throughout
the Panhandle. This event
is only one of the many
outreach programs offered
by the SRACF. Each Satur-
day during October, Gal-
lery artist and those artists
having art displayed in
Dragonfly Flight are invit-
ed to setup on the grounds
of the Dragonfly to pain,
demonstrate, display and
sale their creations.
The Dragonfly Gallery
located at 5188 Escambia
Street in historic down-
town Milton, is a mission
of the Santa Rosa Art and
Culture Foundation. It is
a juried gallery of local
artists. Gallery hours are
Tuesday through Saturday
from 10:00 a.m. until 4:00
p.m. For more information
contact the Foundation at
www.sracf.org or the call
the Gallery at 981-1100.
Painting is by Navarre Art-
ist, Jim Jones, and entry in
the Dragonfly Flight.

Workshops offered at
UWF SBDC
The University of West
Florida Small Business
Development Center (401
E. Chase Street, Suite 100,
Pensacola) is presenting
"QuickBooks & Payroll"
on Wednesday morning,
November 5, 2008 from
9:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. At-
tendees will learn how to
set up payroll, issue pay-
checks, make payroll de-
posits and complete quar-
terly payroll tax returns
in this advanced seminar.
Includes CD with IRS and
FL DOR forms and in-
structions. Fee is $50. Call
850-473-7830 to register.
The University of West
Florida Small Business
Development Center is
presenting "QuickBooks &
Sales/Use Tax" on Thurs-
day morning, November
6, 2008 from 9:00 a.m. to
Noon. Attendees will learn
how to set up QuickBooks
to get the most help in col-
lecting, reporting and pay-
ing sales tax. During this
advanced workshop, you
will learn how to track
deductions and learn tips
to prepare for a sales tax
audit. Fee is $50. Call to


register. (850-473-7830)
The University of West
Florida Small Business
Development Center (401
E. Chase Street, Suite 100)
is presenting a Brown-Bag
Lunch on Wednesday, No-
vember 5, from Noon until
1 p.m. entitled "Minor-
ity Business Enterprise
(MBE) Certification."
Learn about the MBE
certification process, re-
quired supporting docu-
ments and how to register
as a State of Florida ven-
dor. Presenter is Catherine
DeAngelo, UWF MBE Co-
ordinator. This seminar is
free, however registration
is highly recommended.
Attendees are encouraged
to bring their own lunch.
For further information,
or to register call 850-473-
7830) or go to our website
(www.sbdc.uwf.edu).

Garden Club Indoor/
Outdoor Sale
The Milton Garden Club
will hold its Indoor/Out-
door Sale on Saturday,
Nov. 1st from 8 a.m. to 1
p.m. Reserve and pay for
your table now. All 6-foot
tables are $20. All outside
10 x 10 spaces are $20.
Spaces are limited. Last
year people were lined
up to get in the doors! No
used clothing, shoes or
anything that is NOT fam-
ily friendly!
Set up times will be
Thursday, Oct 30th from
4 p.m. to 7 p.m. and Satur-
day, Nov. 1st at 6 a.m.
Call Deborah for more
information between 8
a.m. 5 p.m. at 994-7959
or email dvoizin@msn.
com

Main Street Haunted
House
Main Street Milton
is hosting it's 2nd An-
nual Haunted House. This
year's theme is Haywire...
The Bad Doctor Is In.
Ever wanted to see what
happens when an Insane
Asylum goes wrong? Be-
ware... Enter at your own
risk!!! It is located at 5232
Willing Street in down-
town Milton. When is the
fun happening? October
24, 25, 28, 29, 30 & 31 at
7 p.m. until... Cost is $5
per person.

Attention!
W.H. Rhodes Elementa-
ry School Advisory Coun-
cil is meeting tomorrow at
12:45 p.m. (Oct. 16) in the
Conference Room (Office
Area). All interested per-
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Silent auction
set for Oct. 24
Come enjoy an evening
of fun! "A Splash of Spirit"
Silent Auction will be Oc-
tober 24, 2008 at 6 p.m., at
St. Augustine of Canterbury
Episcopal Church, 7810
Navarre Parkway, Navarre.
Besides the silent auction,
there will be door prizes
and refreshments. Tickets
are $10 and will be avail-
able at the door, or you can
call the church at (850) 939-
2261. The proceeds will go
to the parish's Building our
Future fund.
"We will have lots of
wonderful items to bid on,"
said organizer Patsy Richey.
"Artwork, gift baskets and
more. We also hope this
event will bring people to-
gether for an evening of fun


By DUSTIN GRAY

Contagious is a word
generally used to describe
something or someone
. that is infected with a dis-
ease that is spread through
contact from one person to
another. Well, contagious
youth can be found at Im-
manuel Baptist Church as
they are participating in an
8 week study of "Becom-
ing a Contagious Chris-


and community."
Fall Yard Sale
Harold Assembly of God,
located at 10495 Goodrange
Drive, Milton is holding its
Fall Yard Sale at the church
on Saturday, October 18
from 7 a.m. until... Items are
too numerous to list. There
is something for everyone.
Come on out and find some-
thing you will need.

Homecoming 2008
True Grace Fellow-
ship Church announces its
Homecoming 2008 with
special guest speaker Rev.
Ron and Patsy Williamson,
who is currently Pastor of
Auburn Pentecostal in
Crestview.
Homecoming services
begin at 10 a.m. on Sun-
day, October 19 with Sun-


tian." On Sunday nights
at 5:00pm the youth are
becoming "contagious"
with their faith in Jesus
and learning to "infect"
their peers with the love
of Christ. They are real-
izing that they must share
their reason for following
Christ not to get an instant
reply from the person they
are sharing their testimony
with, but to "spread the
seed" as stated in Matthew


day School and worship
service at 11 a.m.
There will be a covered
dish fellowship lunch to
follow the service. Every-
one is encouraged to join
in this special event for the
fellowship and food. True
Grace is located at 5178
Willard Norris Road in
Milton. For more informa-
tion, call Pastor Duke Bar-
row at 623-4795.

Interfaith Jail Ministry
Annual Banquet
Thursday, Oct. 16 at 12
noon is the date and time
for the Santa Rosa Interfaith
Jail Ministry's Annual Ban-
quet. First Assembly of God
Church is hosting the event.
The banquet will be at 6163
Dogwood Drive in Milton at
the church's fellowship hall.


13. As that person is hear-
ing the truth of Christ, they
are able to make their own
decision about what they are
hearing and to what kind of
relationship they are going
to have with Jesus Christ.
Also, besides our Conta-
gious Christian study, we
also have Bible study on
Wednesday nights at 6 pm
for the middle school grades
and at 6:45 p.m. for the high
school grades, followed by


A meal will be provided
consisting of turkey, dress-
ing and the trimmings! A
short program will follow
the meal. The Board mem-
bers for the upcoming year
will be presented. It is ex-
pected that one hour will
be the time allowed for this
meeting.
Chaplain Morgan Miller
will be the featured speaker.
He has done an excellent
job scheduling volunteers to
teach classes and lead wor-
ship services. Approximate-
ly 60 people are involved in
praying, giving, or minister-
ing in the jail.
Bishop Cecil Downing
is the current President of
Santa Rosa Interfaith Jail
Ministries. He extends an
invitation for all to come and
become acquainted with the
work of the Santa Rosa In-


a combined praise and wor-
ship time from 7:30 8:00
p.m. One of our upcoming
events will be a 5th Quarter
that will be on Oct. 24th at
Immanuel Baptist Church,
following the Tate vs. Pace
football game. So, if you
are in the 6th 12th grade,
come join us on Wednesday
nights at 6 p.m. for J-Walk,
Sunday nights at 5 p.m. for
focus groups, and for our
5th Quarter on Oct. 24th.


MILITARYBriefs


Airman Daniel Brown
Air Force Airman Daniel
W. Brown has graduated
from basic military train-
ing 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;
performed drill and cer-
emony marches, and re-
ceived physical training,
rifle marksmanship, field
training exercises, and
special training in human
relations.
In addition, airmen who
complete basic training
earn credits toward an as-
sociate in applied science
degree through the Com-
munity College of the Air
Force.
He is the son of Dan
Brown of E. Dearborn St.,
Milton, Fla., and Stacy


Procell of Broadway Blvd.,
Kilgore, Texas.
Brown is a 2007 grad-
uate of Kilgore High
School.

Seaman Recruit Daniel
Carter
(FHTNC)-Navy Sea-
man Recruit Daniel J. Cart-
er, son of Mary E. Rollo of
Milton, Fla. and Steve A.
Carter of Milton, Fla., re-
cently completed U.S. Navy
basic training at Recruit
Training Command, Great
Lakes, Ill.
During the eight-week
program, Carter 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.

Kevin Davis joins Army
Reserve
Kevin Davis has joined
the United States Army Re-
serve under the Delayed
Training Program.
The program gives young
men and women the oppor-
tunity to delay reporting for


basic military training for up
to 270 days. An enlistment
in the reserve gives many
new soldiers the option to
learn a new skill, serve their
country, and become eligible
to receive more than $7,000
toward a college education,
$20,000 for repayment of
college loans, and a maxi-
mum $5,000 cash bonus.
After completion of ba-
sic military training, most
soldiers receive advanced
individual training in their
career job specialty prior to
being assigned to their re-
serve unit.
The recruit qualifies for a
$20,000 enlistment bonus.
Davis, a 2005 graduate of
Pace High School, Milton,
Fla., reported to Fort Leon-
ard Wood, Waynesville, Mo.,
for basic training in Septem-
ber 2008.
He is the son of Gary and
Tammy Davis of Carr Road,
in Milton.


terfaith Ministries. Pastors
or a representative from each
church in Santa Rosa County
are encouraged to attend. To
make a reservation, call Jan
at 623-0801.

Fall Bazaar at Bagdad
UMC
Bagdad United Method-
ist Church will have a Fall
Bazaar on Sat., October
18th, 8:00 am 2:00 pm.
The bazaar will include a
variety of beautiful craft
items; gift baskets; baked
goods and a variety of
slightly used and collect-
ible items for sale. Lunch
will also be served and
includes a choice of home-


made chicken and dump-
lings or chili, beverage
and home-made dessert for
$5. Bagdad United Meth-
odist Church is located at
4540 Forsyth Street in the
historic village of Bagdad,
FL. For more information,
please call the church of-
fice, 626-1948.

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Distribution
Shepherd's House Min-
istries, Inc,. has a Good Sa-
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bution on Friday, October 17
at noon. Early Sign In is at 7
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Dear Pastor Gallups, "Is there anything in the Bible
that speaks of being under a "one world government" in
the last days? I hear people talking about this idea. I am
looking for this scripture." T. C., Milton
Dear T. C.,
To my knowledge there is not a specific scripture that
uniquely declares that the last days "will be character-
ized by a one-world government." However, there are
many scriptures taken together that seem to paint a pic-
ture of this very real possibility.
Some of these passages would be found in Daniel
Chapters 7-9, II Thessalonians 2, and Revelation 13-14.
These passages indicate that a single man antichristt)
will rule over "many kingdoms" and will rule over a
powerful kingdom of his own. He will at least "influ-
ence" these other nations greatly and at most, may actu-
ally control the Kings and Presidents themselves.
Many believe the passages in Revelation speak of a
one-world government, a godless dictator and total regu-
lation of all business and monetary affairs on a global
scale.
(Globalism) has been promoted as the solution to
many of today's social and economic problems. This
idea is promoted in the schools and the news media ag
the only answer to the challenging issues that seem to be
multiplying every day.
Businessmen, politicians and presidents have openly
talked about the formation of a one-world government
and a New World Order.
If there were a "one-world government," what about
the religious freedoms guaranteed by our Constitution?
How would the New World Order be fira di' Who
would be the leader of The New World Order? Will a
New World Order solve the multitude of problems we
face and usher in peace and safety?
You can see how an antichristt" figure could gain
great power and control utilizing just such a system and
philosophy as this. This seems to be what the Bible pre-
dicts will actually happen in the very last days of human
history. This is all the more reason to make certain that
you are on the "winning side!" I pray that all who are.
reading this article have surrendered or will surrender
their lives to Jesus Christ.. .the ONLY true Lord and
Savior of our world.

Carl Gallups is the Pastor of Hickory Hammock Baptist Church. in Milton. He has a Bachelor
of Science degree from Florida State University, and a Master of Divinity from The New Orleans
,Baptist Theological Seminary. He has been pastor of HHBIC since 1987. He serves as an
International Youth Evangelist for the Southern Baptist Convention preaching all over the U.S. and
Canada. Formore information about HHBC, call 623-8959 or 626-8951, fax: 623-0197. If you have
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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE FIRST JUDICIAL CIR-
CUIT IN AND FOR SANTA
ROSA COUNTY, FLORIDA
JUVENILE DMISON
CASE NO. 02-DP-417
IN THE INTEREST OF:
J. A B. DOB:
12/1371999
MINOR CHILDREN
TO: Raul Bazain, Biological
Father
YOU ARE HER HEREBY NOTI-
FIED that a Petition under oath
has been filed in the above
stled Court for the termination
of parental rights of J. AB. a
female child, born in Escambia
County Florida, on the 13th
day ofa december, 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, Judae of the Circuit
Court in and tor Santa Rosa
County, Florida, at the Santa
Rosa County Courthouse, on the
20th day ot November, 2008,
at 2:00 p.m. You must either
appear on the dote 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 29 day of Septem-
ber, 2608.
CLERK OF COURT
SANTA ROSA COUNTY, FLOR-
IDA
CIRCUIT COURT SEAL
By: Nicki Norton
Deputy Clerk
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Application #458 received
September 23, 2b08, from This intent to issue a permit (File
Santa Rosa County School Dis- No. 57-0258746001-DF) to
rict for a classroom addition to Carter Quina, 400 West Ro-
Milton High School campus be- mono Street, Pensacola, Florida
tween the bus lane and the 32502, to permanently impact
stormwater pond and for modifi- 1.29 acres ao DEP wetlands for
cation of the existing starmwater the construction of a multi-family
management facility, at 5445 residential development is
Stewart Street, Milton. hereby granted unless a suffi-
Application #467 received Oc- cent petition for an administra-
tober 2, 2008, from Mike live hearing is timely filed under
Crowley, McDonald's USA, Sections 120.569 and 120.57
LLC, for demolition of the exist- of the Florida Statutes as pro-
ing McDonald's restaurant and vided below. The activity is lo-
parking lot and for construction cated in Gulf Breeze on the
of a new McDonald's building, northern side of Duke Drive in
parking lot and vehicle use unnamed wetlands and East
areas and stormwater manage- Bay Section 29 Township
mentfacility at 201 Gulf Breeze 02outh, Range -
Parkway, Gulf Breeze. trude 30 23' 567 i .,-
Interested persons may corn- gitude -87 05' 2- : -
ment upon these applications or Santo Rosa County.
submit a written request for a
staff report containing proposed A person whose substantial in-
gency action regarding me ap- terests are affected by the De-
plication by writing the North- apartment's action may petition
west Florida Water Manage- or an administrative proceed-
ment District's ERP Office, 800 inn (hearing) under Sections
Hospital Dr., Crestview, FL. 120.569 and 120.57 of the
Such comments or requests must Florida Statutes. The petition
be received by 5:00 p.m, must contain the information set
within 14 days from date a0 forth below and must be filed
rublicotion. received by the clerk) in the Of-
o further public notice will be lice of General Counsel of the
provided regarding these appli- Deportment at 3900 Common-
cations. Persons wishing to re- wealth Boulevard, Mail Station
main advised of further pro- 35 Tallahassee, Florida
ceedings o to receive a copy of 32399-300.
the Technical Staff Report
should request that in writing to Because the administrative
the address above or by e-mail h e a r -
t o ing process is designed to
ErPermits@nwvfwmd.state.fl.us. re-determine final agency
Substantially affected persons a c I
are entitled to request an admin- on the applicci.:.. l.: hi...: :i
istrative hearing, pursuant to Ti- a petition for i-, -.-...-. .:
tie 28, Florida Administrative hearing may -* ,.. .. :.v.:j.t.
Code, regarding the proposed caution of the permit and lease,
agency action by submitting a or even a denial of the applica-
written request after reviewing lion. Accordingly, the applicant
the staff report.


is advised not to commence
construction or other activities
under this permit/lease until the
deadlines below for filing a pe-
tition for an administrative hear-
inm, or request for an extension
o0time have expired.
Under Rule 62-110.106(4) of
the Florida. Administrative
Code, a person whose substan-
tial interests ore affected by the
Department's action may also
request an extension of time to
file a petition for an administra-
tive hearing. The Department
may, for good cause shown,
grant the request for an exten-
sion of time. Requests for ex-
tension of time must be filed
with the Office of General
Counsel of the Department at
3900 Commonwealth Boule-
vard, Mail Station 35 Tallahas-
see, Florida 32399-3000, be-
fore the applicable deadline. A
timely request for extension of
time shall toll the ......r.- time
period for filing a .-:,;', until
the request is acted upon. If a
request is filed late, the Depart-
ment may still grant it upon a
motion by the requesting party
showing, that the failure to tile a
request tor an extension of time
before the deadline was the re-
sult of excusable neglect.
In the event that a timely and
sufficient petition for an admin-
trotive hearing is filed, other
persons whose substantial inter-
ests will be affected by the out-
come of the administrative proc-
ess have the right to petition to
intervene in the proceeding. In-
tervention will be only at the dis-
cretion of the presiding officer
upon the filing of a motion in
compliance with Rule


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28 106.205 of the Florida Ad- of the r ., -,...i The oppji-
iministrative Code. cant li Ii r. to seok iudi-
cial view o tw order unclyi
I,, -, I . i, P I Section 20.68 of th Florida
, i i i i I-.l $ Statohos, ly l ilng o a nolice N
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f ... ... .... .. ..... Fo ida Rues of A pellate
,, h ,,, .. I I, I Procedure with the CleiK ot tIhe
ithi days I ... Dep nt in he ice of
wrie oice. i. .i. .. Geneia Counsel, 3900 Corn-
any persons otihe than the a.o monwealth Boulevand, Mail Sta-
ioicaint aid olher than those n- tion 35 Tallahassee, Florida,
titled to .... taice runde 32399-J000; and by filing a
Section -' Iof the Flar- copy of the notice of tie appeal
ida Statutes, must be filed with- ccornpanired b the applicable
in filing tees with the appropriate
21 days of publication of the district court of appeal. The no-
notice or witit 21 ays of such trice of appeal must be filed
notice, regardless oat the date of within 30 days rom the date
publication. when the final order is filed with
the Clerk of the Departrment. Re-
Under Section 120.60(3) of the quests for review betkre the
Florida Statutes, however, any Land and Water AdjudicatorI
person who has asked the De- Comnmission must be filed with
apartment for notice of agency the Secretary of the
action may file a petition within C o mm ss i o n
21 days of such notice regarid- and served on he Deartmeant
les of the date of publication, within 20 days ram he date
when the final order is filed with
The petitioner shall mail a copy the Clerk of the Department.
of the petition to the applicant
at the address indicated above The application is available for
at the time of filin. The failure public inspection during normal
of any person to file a petition business hours, 8:00 a.m. to
foran a administrative hearing or 5:00 p.m. Monday through Fri-
pursue mediation as provided day, except legal holidays, at
below within the appropriate Department oa Environmenta
time period shall constitute a Protection, 160 Governmental
waiver of those rights. Center, Suite 201 Pensacola
Florida 32502-5704.
A petition that disputes the ma-
terial facts on which the Depart- 101508
ment's action is based must con- 101508
tain the following information: 10/122
(a) The name and address of
each agency arected and each
agency s file or identification
number, if known
(b) The name, address, and tele-
phone number of the petitioner; Legal 10/1225
the name address and tele-
phone number of the petition- ST FedF FI a& w
representative, if any, which
shall be the address for service
purposes during the course of
the proceeding; and an expla-
nation of how the petitioner's This intent to issue agpermit File
substantial interests are or will No. 57-0.72589-001-DF) to
be affected by the agency de- Mark Rao inski to impact
termination; .29acres acres oDEP wetlans for
c) A statement of when and the construction of a single fam-
how the petitioner received no- ily home and associated drive-
ice of the agency decision; way in addition to a dock con
Id) A statement of all disputed isting of a 4-footby 72.58-foot
issues of material fact. If there access pier (290.32 square
are none, the petition must so in- eeat) through juritsictional
dictate; wetan and nd a 23-oot by
le) A concise statement of the ul- 34-foot covered boatsIip with
timate facts alleged, including catwalks (782 square aet wa-
the specific fqcts that the peti- terward o MHWL resulting in
loner contends warrant rever- a 1072.32 square oot structures
s f a alone 107956 linear eet of
or modification of the agency' s shoreline with associated on-sit2
proposed action; and conservation easement and
f) A statement of the specific off-site mitigation, is hereby
rules or statutes that the pail- granted unless a sufficient peti-
tioner contends requires rever- ion for an administrative hear-
sol or modification of the agen- ing is timely tiled under Sections
cy's proposed action 120,569 and 120.57 of the
(g) A statement of the relief Florida Statutes as provided be-
souaht by the petitioner, stating low.
precisely the action that the peti-
tioner wishes the agency to take In order to offset the proposed
with respect to the agency's pro- impact the applicant has placed
posed action. O10-acre of on-site wetlands
into a conservation easement in
A petition that does not dispute addition to purchased 0.2 fresh-
the material facts on which the water forested credits From the
Department's action is based Garcon Peninsula Mitigation
shall state that no such facts are Bank.
in dispute and otherwise shall
contain the same information as The activity is located at Lot 26
set forth above as required by Bernath Drive, Milton, on un-
Rule 28-106.301. Under Sec- named wetlands, Class III Wa-
tions 120.569(2)(c) and (d of tears of the State, Section 35
the Florida Statutes, a petition Township 01 North Raonge 2
for administrative hearing must West, Latitude 30 32' 54.59""
be dismissed by the agency if North, Longitude 87 07' 8.3"
the petition does not substan- West, in Santa Rosa County.
tially comply with the above re-I
quirements or is untimely filed. The procedures for eitioning
for a hearing are st forth be-
This action is final and effective low
on the date filed with the Clerk
of the Department unless a peti- A person whIse substantial in-
tion is filed in accordance with terests are affected by the De.-
the above. Upon the timely Ifi- artment's action may pelittioa
ing of petition this order will nol for on administrative proceed-
be effective until further order or inl (hearing) under Sections
the Department. 120.569 and 120,57 of the
Florida Statutes. The petition
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WITNESS my hand as thie Cleik
o. said Court and he Seal
..... r ,is 12 day of Seplem-
CLERK OF COURt
SANTA ROSA COUNTY, FLOR-
IDA
CIRCUIT COURT SEAL
By: Nicki Norlan
Deputy Clerk
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Seminole County, Florida. on
the 25t day ofMarih 1991,
by the DOpartient oa children
and Farily Services, for subse-
quent adoption, and you are
hereby commanded ao be and
app ear before the HIonoirable
Marci L Goodman, Judge of
the CiLcuit Court in an i for
Santa Rosa County, Florida, at
Ihe Santa Rosa County Court-
iouse, on the 13th day of No-
vember, 2008, at 9:00 a.m.
You must either appear on the
date and at the time specified
or send a written response to
the Court prior to that time.


Come Visit
Santa Rosa
Rock Club
Newly formed Santa
Rosa Rock, Gem and
Beading Club is invit-
ing new members. Get
in on the around floor.
6pm 2nd Mon of each
month. 5186 Hwy 90
Pace 384-7973 or
994-6883.


Wednesday, October 15, 2008


S 3230
HAROLD ASSEMBLY
OF GOD
10495 Goodran3e Dr.,
Milton, FL 32583
is holding its Fall Yard
Sale at the church.
Saturday, October 18th
From 7am until ?
Items too numerous to list.
Something for everyone.
Come one, come all.
HUGE FIVE FAMILY
YARD SALE
Oct. 17th-1I8th


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L 623-2120 is Friday, Nov. 21st at 5pm Great Pay/G
.... Retail Display
is Monday, Nov. 24th at noon CallForAp
Our office will be closed for 850-45
MondF Thanksgiving Day


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foa Ih below and must b
1ce vec by Ithe clerk) i t
ice of Gersral Counse
Departet ao 3900 Co
wealth Boulevard, Mail
35, Tallahassee,
32399-3000.
Because the admnistrati
ing process Is designed
termine inl agency ac
the application, the fili
raelition for an admini
hearing may result in a
cation or Ie permit and
or even a denial of the a
lion. Accordingly, the ap
is advised no1 to con
construction or other a
under this permit/lease
deadlines below for tfilin
lilion for an administrator
in or request for an ex
o0hme hove expired.
Under Rule 62-110.10
lhe Florida Administrative
a person whose substar
ferests are affected by
parent's action may
quest an extension of tim
a petition for an admin
hearing.- The Departme
for good cause shown
the request tor an exten
time. Requests for extet
time must be filed with
fice of General Counse
Department at 3900 Co
wealth Boulevard, Mail
35 Tallahassee,
32399-3000 before thI
cale deadline. A tim
quest for extension of tim
11 the r,,-nninq time peri
',1,, :.-:,j ,, until the
is acted upon. If a req
filed late, the Departme
still grant it upon a mo
the eques ing prty s
at the failure to lile a
or an extension of time
the deadline was the r
excusable neglect.
In he event that a tim,
sufficient petition for anc
trative hearing is filed
persons whose substanti
ests will be affected by
come ofl the administrative
ess have the right to pet
intervene in the proceed
tervention will be only at
creation oa te presiding
upon the filing of a mo
compliance with
28-106.205 of the Flor
ministrative Code.
101508
101508
10/1225


Legal 10/1226
IN THE FIRST Cl
COURT IN AND
SANTA ROSA CO
STATE OF FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
FILE NO. 57-2008-Cf
IN RE: ESTATE OF
PAUL RUSSELL TIBBITTS,
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITOR
The administration of the
of Paul R. Tibbitts, dec
whose date of deaf
4/24/2008, File N
57-2008-CP-l92.ispen
the Circuit Court for San
County. Floriaa, Proba
sion, the address of w
P.O Box 472 Att.: P
Milton, FL 32572.
The nates and address
personal representative
personal representative'
ney are set forth betow.
All creditors of the de
and other persons having
or demands against dec
estate on whom a copy
notice has been served r


until the BARRED. ________...... YOUR FAILURE TO APPEAR 8752 South Lynn
hea NOTWITHSTANDING THE Legal 9/1095 OR RESPOND SHALL BE
ehear NOTWITHSTANDING THE l9/1095 TT TREATED AS A CONSENTRoadoff87S th.
tension TIME PERIOD SET FORT IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF TO TERMINATIONOFPA- Classes i Two er chuntil 3prs,
ABOVE ANY CLAIM FILED THE FIRST JUDICIAL CIR- RENTAL RIGHTS AND YOU Two power chairs,
S TWO l YEARS OR ORRE AF- CUlT IN AND FOR SANTA SHALL PERMANENTLY Caveman fishing gear. Something
e I of TERTH DECEDENT'S DATE ROSA COUNTY, FLORIDA LOSE ALL LEGAL RIGHTS
e, OF DEATH IS BARRED. JUVENILE DIVISION AS A PARENT TO THE could, you can! or everyone.
nal in- CASE NO07-DP-86 CHILD NAMED IN THE PETI- We have taug850)626-5645
he De- The date of first publication of CASE NO. 07-DP-86 TION FOR TERMINATION em u 7yr (850)62 645
Iso re this notice is October 15, IN THE INTEREST OF : OF PARENTAL RIGHTS. baold lem cuwing, YARD LE
is Attorne y for Personal Re T. L. DOB: 05/20/2007 WITNESS my hand as the Cler wirewrap, celtic jew- Alittle bit ofevehin.
nt may, Attorney for Personal Represent- of said Court and ihe Sea elry, vikin knit. Create Oct. 16th, 17th 18i
,.gran aive: MINOR CHILDREN Lere, 208. a ring with silver metal 5088 Glover Lane
nsionof /s/Gerald L Hemness TO: Daniel Cruz, Putative CLERK OF COURTclay. For brochure (if rain, cancelled)
Ihthe FGeraldL. Hemness 695 Father SANTA ROSA COUNTY, FLOR- www.pearidgerock- M
ammon- 309 N. Parsons Avenue YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED IDA
Station Brandon, FL 33510 that a petition under oath has CIRCUIT COURT SEAL com Call 994-6883 or 3 separate neighbor-
Florida Tel. 136615297 ieed in the above sle By: Nicki Norton 516-2292 hood sales on Hermitage
e appli- Attorney tor Petitioner Court for the termination ofpa. Deputy Clerk Circle (off Northrop).
rely r- ta brights ofa T. L, a femaoule 2408 Books, nik-naks, ig saw
rmehall Personal Re resentaolive: ern born in Escama t 092408zles quilts. F & Sat
riod for /s/Jgseph Reiter Florida, on the 20th day o 100108 p 2uzz
request Joseph Reiter May 2007, by the Department 100808 -E -
quest is 390 Kin Drive of hld aren and Family Ser. 508 1120
ant may Brandon, L 33511 vices, or subsequent adoption, 9109
tion by Petitioner n yo are ereby coan- ATTENTION
qes 101508 the Hona Mrci L Goo- Legal 9/1097 T any and all persons
rere 102208 man, Judge of the Circuit Court IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF who have had contact or
result of tL1226 ain and for Santa Rosa County, THE FIRST JUDICIAL CIR- experienced problemsMilton
Florida, at the Santa Rosa CUlT IN AND FOR SANTA h Childrn Famil IIo
iCtdounty Courthouse, on the 13th ROSA COUNTY, FLORIDA w hlren amily ard Sae
ly and day of November, 2008, a JUVENILE DIV SION abuse investigations, par- Yard Sale
er 1094 9:0 a. You mus either ap- CASE NO. 08-DP-22 ticularly wiTh Tamara 5625 Chanterlle Cir,
Legapearon the dae a l the time Tallmad release con- Hwy 90 to Chantilly
1et IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF specified or send written re- IN THE INTEREST OF: tact 85 0 7 Wa Sat 10-18 from
the out- IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF tact 85 9 A 0817 Way. Sal 18 from
ve proc- THE FIRST JUDICIAL CIR- sponse to the Court prior to that 7:36AM:OOPM. Some-
tin o CUlT IN AND FOR SANTA time. C. P. 01/16/1993 ---- AM-2:00PM. Some-
ing In- ROSA COUNTY FLORIDA YOUR FAILURE TO APPA MINOR CHILD thing for everyone.
t di JUVENILE DIVISION OR RESPOND SHALL BE WO FAMILY
oricer CASE NO. 0O6-DP-97 TREATED AS A CONoSENTE T Andre Proctor MOVING SALE
otion H ITO TERMINATION OF PA- Ik/a 7936 Hermosillo I fri., Oct. 17hE
Rua IN THE INTEREST OF: RENTAL RIGHTS AND YOU ay Fri., Oct. 17th &
ida Ad- 22/199 SHALL PERMANENTLY EPaso, TX 79915-2738 Sat., Oct. 18th
C. S. 08 /22 199 9 LOSE ALL LEGAL RIGHTS 7am until ?
C. R., JR. 09/23/1999 AS A PARENT TO THE YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED5172 Weort Drive
MINOR CHILDREN CHILD NAMED IN THE PETI- hat a petition under oat has ort rive
TION FOR TERMINATION eentiledin the aove sVyIed u in Milton
TO: Clifton Rinaer OF PARENTAL RIGHTS. Court otr he termination oFpa- ETS & ANIMA TWO FAMILY
Cf a rento, lcrights arC. P. a female PETS & ANIMALS TWO FAMILY
Lear ro Jr.,a WITNESS my hand s the Clerk ctrd bnonthe 1th day ofI YARD SALE
Address as nd whereabouts or said Court nd the Seal nuary 1993 in El Paso 2100- Peis 10 18/08
ohereof this 12 nay ot Septem- exIas,6y the beartent o21 Pets: Free .t
unkno'wner, 2d08. Child en an Fanirly Services, Good Home
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED for subsequent adoption and Good Home 5540 Polaris Drive.
IRCUIT aREitin u h ndrt b CLERK OF COURT Y FL ou are hereby command to 2120- Pet Supplies Furniture, Home Interior,
FRCUITbenfr that a edition a tnder o SANTA ROSA COUNTY, FLOR- be and appear before the Hon- 2130 Farm Animals/ .
FOR been filed in the a IAvearL. d lot's more.nifra
RUNT", Court for the termination oFapC- IoAGarable /CIrci L GoodmanIth ie
lrightsofC. R. Jr., e CUIT COURT SEAL Judef eCircuit Court i 2140 Pets/Livestock will be next Saturdy)
chi n in Summi Cou, By: Nicki Nortan anfor Santa Rota County,
P-192 Colorado, September 2 Deputy Clerk Florida at the Sant Rosa Wanted YARD SALE
1999, by e Department of County Courthouse, 6865 Car- 2150 Pet Memorials PROTESTANT WOMEN
Children and Famly Services 092408 line street, Milon, FL 32570,
for subsequent adoption, and 100108 on the 30th day of October, OF CHAPEL AT
u are hereby co onded 00808 2008, at 9:00 a.m You must WHITING FIELD
oe an appear bere the Hon- 10t either appear on the date anda Saturday, October 18th
Jud e of the Circuit Court in written rese to the Court 2100e il be held at
e estate an r Santa Rosa County, Legal 9/1096 prior to th time. AKC Mini Schnau- RSVP buildingat
eaed, Florida at the N THE CIRCUIT COURT O FYOUR FAILURE TO APPEAR zers. Home grown with on Rt. 89(Dogwod)
was Con Courthouse, 6865 Car- IN THE U O R RE SPONDSHA Smarta l lnri
umber olin street, Milton FL 32570, THE FIRST JUDICIAL CIR- D S E kid & cats. Smart, ovin and Buckkin Drive.
tdingin on the 2 0th day of November, CUIT IN AND FOR SANTA TO TERMINATION OF PA- companions. Shots 9 Proceeds will be used for
a Rosa 2008, at 9:00 a.. You must ROSA COUNTY, FLORIDA RENTAL RIGHTS AND YOU health certificates from projects within our com-
ve ivi either appear n ae dote and JUVENILE DIVISION SHALL PERMANENTLY Scenic Hills Vet. $350 unity. Please come and
which is al the lime specified or send a CASE NO. 06-DP-137 LOSE ALL LEGALRIGHTS cec Hi Vet $350 munly. Pease come and
robae written response to the Court AS A PARENT TO THE each. Patti 723-3012 bring a friend to meet .the
prortotht time. IN THE INTEREST OF: CHILD NAMED IN THE PET- ladies from Whiing Field
asnofte YOUR FAILURES TO APPEAR V.B.DOB: 03/25/1991 OF PARENTAL RIGHTS. Chapel. For information,
S O TEoRMINAT ONSOF PAMINOR CHILDREN WITNESS my hand as the Clerk I 9 H1768a.Thank you
RENTAL RIGHTS AND YOU TO: Jamie Bonilla, Father t i Sefor participating in our
cent SHALL PERMANENTLY er ere tis 12 day a Septe r iser.
Sc1 aims LOSE ALL LEGAL RIGHTS YOU ARE NOTIFIED that a Peti-er, 2 8.
not's AS A PARENT TO THE tion uneroath has been led CLERK OF COURT YARD SALE
uotis CHILD NAMED RIN A THEPEI intheabove tyled Court for the SANTA ROSA COUNTY, FLOR- Fri./Oct 17th
usile TION FOR TERMINATION termination at parental rights of IDAa.
CIRCUIT COURT SEAL Sat.mu1ct1 dihi
By: NicRki Nortan MECHADISE /amrt -i ,1l2
Deputy Clerk 1 7100 Heath Rd.,
09248 C3100- Antiques Milton. Boat, trailer,
0920008 3110 Appliances yard equipment, fishing
100808 3120- Arts & poles, clothes and misc.
S1008 3130 Auctions /t80
*9/1097 3140 Baby Items YARD SALE
S3150- Building Supplies MORE THAN YOUR
|Legal 9/1098 3160 Business AVERAGE YARD SALE.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF Equipment Furniture, dishes,
THE FIRST JUDICIAL NR- 3170 Collectibles assorted items, school
MCUITINORAND FORSANTA 3180 Computers s sie
JUVENILE D ION 3190 Electronics Sat.,10/18/08
CASE NO. 08-DP-22 3200 Firewood 9am to ?
3220 Furniture5 Ai 350 a
IN THE INTEREST OF: 3230- Garage/Yardneous UMP5162 Aenida Del




S EIha a Pelition under oath 3310 Musical Instnuments FALL DECORAIONS
een 01/16/1993 he33240 laGuns Fuego in Pace
aa- (09E593Cn 0Pa1s/136/1993250 Good Things to Eat
MINOR CHILD 3260 Health & Fitness
3270 Jewelry/Clothing
LcensedTO: Monic Douglas 3280 Machinery/ GRE3250 LED
S Street 85 305Equipment
Anio, C850-776A 944271 or 8500 377-4818320 Medical Equipment Do Dms
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED 3300 Miscellaneous PUMFIe SAnH 90
S... DC DAI.. TI......, S thyt atition under oathas 3310 Musical Instruments FALL DECORATIONS
been file in the above s 3320 Plants & Shrubs/ F D
Court for the termination aoP ad- FAdLs GR ODU E










CLERK OF COURT Bed A 100% all new Full Squash, Greens,
nt r ~ Exteor ~ Residential s otou ay or 3330 Restaurant/otel m
inEl as 30 2with0mare to camel











~ Dry Wa l1993 in Eessu Cleaning e3340-Spor tingGads
Call the Erickent 3350 Tickets (Bu & Sell) 8858 Hwy 89 North at
723-2550 623-6034 l Tkem B Allentown, Florida.





























If no answer, please leave message e SServ Tom Sawyer Road, 9 or
16 ... .. ........ ol ounretherebyTcREm83n6ed5o
!9-- ---eli- TTMID Danlngd appear before the Hoe. -uc5 _______
















arl ur r L. Goodman, Gi2NT eEngnse
Tree lump RoftheemCircuit Court 8 amin 3220 WANTED
Licensedmoval & Insured anan-Up for SantS a ARosarugnCourt tGREEN & BOILED
Florida, at the Santa Rosa A Brand Name King Pil- PEANUTS.
27yeal experience Count Courthouse, 6865 Car- lowtoD set. New in plas- HOL D FARMS.
o ine treet icMilton, L 32570, tic w/war. $200 Can A1-877-675-6876
n the 3ng day f october, A littler. 850-55-3050ything 85 82
Wells for drinking water, 2008, at 9:00 a. Y t














































To Advertise EAR-Y ) Autbfei

In The Business r 9 t% _
et apearAbility to Troubleo
&written response to the Court Pilowtop Set. Inplastiche
prioSatur day, Nov. to thme.w/warrr $165.00 3270
and pump repair. YOUR FAILURE TO APPEAR Delive available
5 IE .'lhR,-/U .OR RESPOND SHALLoBE 850-255-3050 Bead and Gem
TO TERMINATION OF PA-tices Classifidul October Sale
850-776-4271or 850-377-4818 RENTAL RIGHTS AND YOUAds
SHALL PERMANENTLY Antique 4 piece 50% Off
LOSE ALL LEGAL RIGHTS Roc
AS A PARENT TO THE Bedroom Suite k Shop across from
CHILD NAMED IN THE PETI- Early 20th century Lark Lowes on Hwy 90 Pace
TION FOR TERMINATION woodwith appliqued 50% off Gems and
OF PARENTAL RIGHTS. wood most Gemstone and
hand carved woodtde- Czech beads. 25% off
NEW HOPE PAINTING TESS my han as the ioar double size bed.
eHOPE Ano S m 250. Call (205) Swarovski and seed

& WALLPAPERING aer,2d08. 602-1923 beds_94-88
CLERK OF COURT Bed A 100% all new Full
SANTA ROSA COUNTY, FLOR. size mattress set in plastic
Interior Exterior Residential IDA w/warr. $119.00

Dry Wall Pressure Cleaning Deputy Clerk P Double D Farms
092408 DECORATIONS
Wallpapering Carpentry Work 100108 FALL PRODUCE
101 08 FeasASquash, Greens,
Call the Ericksens today! Fri Oct. 17th 88i5t8 H m orto am
723-2550 623-6034 14011141,V1 1 tTake Avalan Blvd.tour AlleowndSFdays.
If no answer, please leave message Tom Sawyer Road. 293-97525r

all16" tires, household DEVILBISS
very Pant items, tools, plants, 7000W. Electric start.
much more. 14 HP Briggs & Stratton
in Nursery' GIANTrVanguar -Engine
25% 0iITJMAIAft FTWO FAMILY L'eCsstt$1,5AA, aking

























Line Ads


applications for i

perienced

chnician


Shoot & Diagnose

transmissions

lust

great Benefits i

appointment

0-2234


Pool Table
Very good condition.
Asking $175. Call 850
682-3 535 for more info.


S 3350




NASCAR Tickets to
Atlanta Motor Speedway
for 10/26/08
2 tickets in Grandstand
Champions Section 247
Row 47. Includes bus
shuttle from downtown
hotel. $330. Call
850.994.0324





^A*. ,

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


4100



Clerical/Admin
Admin Assistant/
IT Support
Min. 2 yrs eceptio ist/
Admin & computer exp
required. Military lifestyle
exp pref'd. Apply onl ne:
www.zeiders.com.
EOE.
Web ID #278292 9
Driver Trainees
Needed. No CDL?
No Problems Earn up to
$900/wk. Home we k-
ends with TMC. Co
pany endorsed CDL
Training. !
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
Training q
1-866- 80-5309
FIRST MONTH
1/2 PRICE WITH
12 MONTH LEASE.
3/2 brick home.
1.5 acres with fenced
deposit & lease required.
T0174 Munson Hwy.
ERA Bill Wallace
Realty
850-623-5330
Granny NANNIES
is looking for a mature,
responsiBle Office Assis-
tant to work on an as
needed basis. If you're
looking for occasional
work, This is the perfect
opportunity for you! Du-
ties will consist of basic
administrative tasks.
Please fax your resume to
850-995-0554 e-mail to
grannynannies2@
bellsouth.net or mail to
4000 Hiahway 90, Ste.
G, Pace,TL 32571
HELP WANTED
Earn $1000-$3200 ;
a 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, PO.
Box 422, Milton,- FL
32572
HOUSEKEEPER
NEEDED.
Honest & dependable.
Please call 957-4147
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
995-pay $8.00 hr.
850)995-0543 (leave
message)
MYSTERY SHOPPERS
Earn up to $150.00 d
day. Under cover shop-
pers needed to judge
retail and dining estab-
lishments. Experience not
required., please call
1-877-679-6772
PROGRAM
DIRECTOR
Two years experience in
planning,, implementing,
and evaluating youth ac-
tivities. Supervise volun-
teers, mature, provide
leadership qualities; to
both youth and parents
and stability for program
continuity. Training .in
the field of elementary
education, child develop-
ment or other acceptable
related fields in rec0ia-
tion or social worlk.
Apply in person at
1814 CreightonRood,
Pensacola, FL 32594.
No phone calls, please,



El










Santa Rosa's Press Gazette I Page B7


L 4100
WANTED
SEnergetic, outgoing
person for soes.
Wil train. Send resume
to: P.,O. Box 422
Milton, FL 32572






BUSINESS & FINANCILL
5100 Business
Opportunities
5110 Money to Lend




Drivers
NEWSPAPER
CARRIERS
The Northwest Florida
Daily News is seeking
carriers in this area:
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
transportation and
proof of auto insurance.



Daily

News








3i6100 Business/
Commercial
.06110 -Apartments
,06120 Beach Rentals
'6130 Condo/Townhouse
6140 House Rentals
(N6150 Roommate Wanted
6160 Rooms for Rent
6170- Mobile Home/Lot
(6180 Out-of-Town Rentals
-6190 Timeshare Rentals
6200 Vacation Rentals



uMilton/Pace area
Centrally located.
2100 sq. ft. Central heat
e& air. Newly remodeled.
t Fenced back yard.
$1,000 month.
c623-9349, 384-9751
Milton/Pace area
-Centrally located.
700- 1100 sq. ft. Newly
remodeled. 623-9349,
384-9751
OFFICE SPACE
Office/retail space for
Lease. Sm/Med. sizes
,Fpvailable. Reasonable
,rates. Great Highway
,n0 location, Milton. Ask
,i bout 1 st month free of-
Fer. Call Steve @ (850)
q341-1952


6110
Bedroom unfurnished
-apartment. Great for
seniors. $375 month plus
deposit. 626-0287 If no
answer,, leave message.
1l BR/1BAonHwy
water sewer& garbage
oincluaed. $395/mo.
Siti$350/dep. Available
immediately. Call
.':,)R82-0984
4 PT. FOR RENT
"New carpet. Very clean.
'1 bedroom. Non-smoking
environmentn. No pets.
$500 month, $250 dep.-
C626-0366
Lake Front Apartment
2 bedrooms with a
whirlpool bath, white,
stone fireplace, built-in
BQ pit, etc. 626-8973
;0 Milton
riu2 bedroom, 1 bath
eItiuplex on Byrom Street.
ft Section 8 approved.
'425 month $350 dep.
'1982-0984
.* ilton
S2 bedroom, 1 bath.
All ceramic tire, stove,
'fridge and "laundry
'oom. Nice yard. Non-
moking environment.
,$590 month, includes
"water & sewer. Call
,"626-2928


611.. 0 ... 6140 ... 6170 ........... I
Milton Pace Milton R
2/1, Two-plex. 3 bedroom, 2 bath. 2 Bedrooms, 1 bath. T
Al ceramic tile. Stove, A pox. 1,400 sq, ft. Nice private lot with
lefrigerator, laundry $825 month. Built in shed. Adjoining A
$M rri
room and enced yard. 2000. Call Don Cumbie Blackwater bike trail,
Non-smoking environ- Reall 850) 626-8959 $490 month. $300
ment. $580 month. or 3776787 deposit. No Pets.
626-2928 Pace 850-6860602oi 3
Milton 3 bedrooms, 2 bath 8505016220 e
2/BR I/BA CH/A split design. New range Milton
W/D hook-ups, Quiet and fridge Fenced yard, 2 bedrooms/2 bath.
area. Available immedi- 12X20 storage shed Marlborough Village.
ately. $495/mth. Quiet neighborhood. 6233 Morgan Road. No



fireplacV nxco baths oi cld eBagda.
$400/dep. Water/sewer included, pets. $500 month $250
982-0984 Yard care provided. deposit. Baycrest Realty
98234 00d$800. month. $650 dep. 994-7918
Milton Call 384-4693
Spacious 2 bedroom, Pace Milton ,
2 bath d th dup h 3 bedrooms, baths 3 and 2 bedroom, 2
fireplace. Very nice, 1650 s. t.i-850 baths on Old Bagdad
great location. $700 o $600 m5 Hhwy. $400 & $425,
month, $700 deposit. ont$5.eposit. $300 deposit. Water &
995-43355140 Trenton Drive rbage included.
Near5Whiting 994-3959F850)3-61-9972
2 bed, 1 bath du- 3/BR 2/BA double car Milton
plex. $485 month, garage with fenced back 3/2 doublewide.
$485 dep. Call Don yard. Available now. $600 month $600 dep.
Cumbie Realty. Military clause honor Approx. 1500 sq. ft.
626-8959 / 377-6787 Pets allowed with petfee Don Cumbie Realy.
of $300. $895 month. 626-8959 or 377-6787
$800 deposit. Call Milton
850-501 0273 or MOBILE HOMES FOR
S 6 .120 529-7899 RENT. 368-7506 or
or Ret Pace 983-7259
ForwRent 3578 Acy Lowery Rd. Milton
By Owner Spacious brick home with Mobil
By owner listing network large, enclosed pool. PollaIrd obile Home
www.BeachRealty.net 3.5 acres. 5br/4.5 Park. 1 bed, 1 bath T-
baths 3614 S electric. Water & qar-
1...$1595. per monthe furnished. $375.
t1' I CallrentY $200 dep. Baycrest
CP 1478-4607 t
r 6130 Eric Gleaton Realty, Inc. ty 994-791
Sn- Pace, FL Milton 1
Milton SALE OR LEASE Quiet Clean Park $
3 bedrooms, 1 bath 4 bedrooms, 2 bath, Rent includes water, gar- B
home with big yard. great room, formal living bage and lawn service. h
Good location. Cute vn andinin roms No Pets. $
house. $475 oth ast area/bar do. 2/2 for $450/month. 8
$475 deposit995335ble arae, cable/ 2/2 for $350/month
satett ceilingfans, Call 698-4582
place m c owave1 MOBILE HOME RENTAL.
dishwasher, ver 2/1 in quiet park. Sewer



in Pace $850. $120 month, plus dep. N. Milton
*4/2 Home (850642-2121 or 2 bed/i bath.
3159 Waterview Dr. (850(983-1777 14 X 60. 6549 Stanley
in Pace $1,400. Pace/Pea Ridge Circle. Private lot.
3/2 Home 3 bedrooms/1.5 No pets. $500 month,
7548 Bowers Dr. baths, Clean rick $250 deposit. Baycrest
3/2 Mobil Home 50 ., fenced, new Reaty994-7918
7 HVAC, stoe, reg., and Navarre/Okaloosa Co.
in Milton e$70 paint. All tile, non- smok- Trailer lots for rent
*3/ Home ing, small ets consd- $200/mo 598-0027
"3/1 Hme ered. $775 month/$750
n2 Mimitzn 5R. deposit. 623-867 Near Whiting
i4/ Mobile 650 e before 7pm. 3 bedroom, 2 bath
"4/3 Mobile Home Dr. -50)83 -77714' wide mobile home
95 3 S Trace Rd. Pea Ridge 14 wide bile ho
in East Milton $900. 3/2. 750 month, $750 month. Don
Santa Rosa Realty deposit, $200 pet Cumbie Realy (850)
623-0077 depsoit. 698-8337 626-8959 or 377-6787

baths. Nice home with lot., etc. Discount to Mi- 14' wide mobile home.
fireplace on 1 acre senior citizens and $475 month. Call Don
Good location. $800 HeD. 626-8973 Cumbie Realty7 850)
month, $600 deposit. 626-8959 or 377-6787
623-8357 WHY RENT???P
New Site Built Homes OFF AVALON
COMPLETELY UP rom the $100's. Low 2 bedroom mobile home
DATED. Interest Ratest with covered entry. All
3bed/2full bath. 800 6784647 electric, CH & A. Just
All electric, brick home. remdeed Wategar-
6415 Misty Lake Drive. P age included. $475
Great in-town location month, $300 dep. (dep.
with the feel of country & 1/2 of months rent to
living. No pets. Lease/ move in 623-8753 or
References required. ROOMS FOR RENT 983-8020
$900 rent /$750 dam- on Glover Lane. Refiger
age dep. 850-593-6015 actor, microwave and ca- Pace
af3er 5pm ble included. $50 per ie,3bedroo ms, 2
FWB- 3br, 2 ba Newer wsetk all 20t 299 tional 20 X 20 family
construction house w/ positall 20- room. Shady 1/2 acre.
fenced yard available for r c s.. $650 month $500 secu-
lease Oct. 1st. Great Io- rity deposit. 994-0155
cation to both bases. i Pe i
mo. Call 850699-2189 2 bedrooms with front 3/2 on private lot
kitchen on corner lot.wth Iarshed $500

arage, fireplace. 6332 626-8973 (Discount to
Greenwood Drive. Military senior citizens C R



3/BR 1/BA, carport 623-8973 2 3--
utility room, stove and 'l
frig furnished.o New 2/2 on private lot. $450 Hos FA L
renovated. $550/mt mon th. F 0rst month f ee
$400/dep. No pets with 12 month lease. All 1 12
6515 Stline Dr. electric, CH & A, garden
l eric tub, covered deck sepa-
MILTON HOUSES Road. 3754515, .

$595. month. ienced 2/2. Quiet & clean.
yard, 3 bedrooms, 1 $445 month. First month 22
ath. $400 deposit., ree with 12 month lease.
6295 Cottage Corner lot, CH & A, Ro-
Woods man tub. Water,. gar- 24 25
4 bedrooms, 3 baths, bae and sewer tpro-
$950. month. Two car vided. $395. deposit.2 f
garage, fenced yard. Milford Road. 375-4515, 30
Call Blumac Realty 623-9902
981-1631 Chumuckla
Sm 2/1. Total electric. $400 35
Milton month $200 de osit.
NEW LISTING 994-6212 or 994-8 65
3/BR Clean & quiet; East Milton 3
large kitchen, laundry, One acre lot, dead end
den, livingroom, study, lane. Older model, 343
lots of storage & closets, bedrooms, 2 bath.
626-2606 posit. Water & garbage 47
Milton included. 623.-862
Spacious 3 bedroom, Furnished. All utili-
2 bath home. Close to ties included. 49 50
schools. Nice home. Central heat & air.
$525 month $525. 2 bedrooms, 1 bath.
deposit. 995-4335 Nice on 1/2 acre. 55
Munson MoNewly remodeled.
2BR brick home in ron-ment pets $150 60
quiet country Munson per week/Last $200
area. New appliances security dep.
Water & trash included. 623-9112 63 o
No pets. Non-smoking 1motl
deposit. 957-2205 1 Mile south of Whit-
North Mloing Field. 2 bedrooms
House for rent. 6843 allelectrico. Justve remod- & ACROSS
Chuckwagon Lane. eled, washer hook-up.
3 bed, 1.3 bath. Total $375/mth, $300/dep. 1. She played Maud
electric. $750 month, unfurnished. Includes gar- im vet
$300 de p Baycrest Re- bae pick up. No pets. 4
ally 994-7918 623-8753 8. Gusto


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0 BUY. 2005, 3 bed-
oom FEMA. East Gate
mobile Home Ranch.
626-8973
W. Milton
3/2, 14X80. Total
electric. No pets.
5715 Ridgeway Court.
$625 month, $300 dep.
Baycrest Realty
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7100 Homes
7105 Open Houses
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7120 Commercial
7130 Condo/Townhouse
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7150 Lots and Acreage
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7170 Waterfront
7180 Investment
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933sf 3/2/2 from
159,900. Great Room,
uilt on your lot. Other
homes from the low
100s. Great Financing.
00- 678-4647


7100



FWB
Kenwood
Subdivision
Beautiful brick 3 br, 2
ba, 2 cg. Located close
to bases on quiet half
acre corner lot. 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
link back yard perfect
for ets. $299,000.
Call 50 226-6754



FWB
Kenwood
Subdivision
Beautiful brick 3 br, 2
ba, 2 cg. Located close
to bases on quiet half
acre corner lot. 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 pets. $299,000.
Call 850 226-6754


S. 7100




Navarre ~
2 story, 4 br, 21/2 ba,
2150sf 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
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8220 Personal Watercraft
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For Sale Not Call 585-5004
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Commercial Building nnin or not
for rent. 1600 sq. ft., Call: 93-9527
$1,000 per month. Triple or 723-5048
Net. (850)450-1008 or 723-5048


8110
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.
850502-6094.


| 8120
Ford Explorer
V8 1996
Fully loaded including
AC and tow pkg. Blue
body paint in prime
condo. $2900 obo Call
Brian 850 377-4681
Jeep Rubicon
2006
6 speed manual, 29K mi,
ext war, CD changer, sat-
ellite radio, white w/ blk
soft top (619) 204-1406



1996 F150. Cleanest,
best looking 4 X 4 in
Santa Rosa County. Me-
tallic Candy Apple red.
67K miles. $4,000.
ALSO, 1992
Towncar. Extra clean,
runs qreat. $2,000.
623-1945


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13. Piece of asparagus
14. Burt's ex
15. Holler
16. Waistless top
17. Take the chin
(2 wds.)
18. Extinguishes.
20. Eclipse
22. Forest female
23. "Tribute to whom
tribute is _"
(Romans 13:7-8)
24. Pollster's data
27. Aniselike seasoning
30. Picked up the check
31. Marner
33. Moved in water
35. Douceur
36. Gob
37. "To All the Girls
Loved Before"
38. Porters
40. Genesis gobbledy-
gook locale
42. Fit of pique
43. Nocturnal
noisemaker


45. for Living 13. Noble horses
(Gary Cooper film) 14. Compares
47. Nightline network 19. Isaac, to Abraham
48. Jeanne d'_ 21. Stocking mishap
49. Smack 24. Coin side
52. Called forth 25. Lose greenness
55. A Mayberry Taylor 26. Ravi Shankar's
56. Zinc (sunblock) instrument
58. Indiana's Senator 27. Got on
Bayh 28. Adlai Stevenson
60. Thomas Gray work, 29. Actress Linda
with The 30. Harper Valley gp.
61. Hardball teams 32. Sci. room
62. City on the Truckee 34. Was in session
63. Erin: abbr. 39. Flew high
64. Kenton of jazz 40. Gestures
65. River in Thailand 41. Furloughs
42. Less well
DOWN 44. Hitter's hope with
men on: abbr.
1. Stunt journalist Nellie 46. B'way sellout sign
2. Watched 49. Airplane wing part
3. The younger Guthrie 50. Retread, e.g.
4. Mr. Holland's 51. Departure door
(1995 film) 52. Biblical paradise
5. Olin of 53. "Never Give a
thirtysomething Sucker an _
6. Surprise attack Break"
7. Video game venues 54. Actor Andrews
8. Show of hands 55. Osaka cincher
9. Sharing a secret 57. Ray Hutton
10. Time division: abbr, 59~ French refusal
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1257
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'64,600
'69,500
'74,500
'75,200
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Sq ft Price
Lexington 1812 s90,400
Pinebrook 1833 s102,200
Townsen 1691 193,100
Fleetwood 1949 196,800
Executive 2215 s112,900
Regency 2495 s136,900
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08 Chevy Aveo LS Sedan
Real Gas Saver Only 17k .1 2,988
05 Chevy Malibu Max LS
Nice Gas Saver .. .110,988
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
04 Jeep Wrangler Sport
Auto A/C 48k ...... $12,988
98 Toyota Camry
4 door ..........*4,988
00 Nissan Frontier Ext Cab XE
4 cyl Auto A/C .... .*4,988
01 Lexus RX300
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04 Ford F450 Ext Cab Lariat
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