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Alleged dog fighters off the hook

While charges are dismissed against two Century men, Milton man is sentenced to 15 years in prison

Jeni Booker Senter
Raymond Eugene Teamer, 42, of
Milton was charged with 35 counts of
training or baiting animals for fight-
ing and two counts of possessing or
selling dog fighting equipment in
connection with a raid on his prop-
erty in Milton back in November of
last year.
He was sentenced in court Friday
to 15 years in state prison.
Meanwhile, the cases of Jef-

fery Jay, 34, of Century and Michael
Jones, 38, also of Century, who were
also charged in early November with
training or baiting animals for fight-
ing, have been dismissed.
A judge tossed out the cases
against Jay and Jones because ani-
mal control officers reportedly eu-
thanized pit bulls, on accident, that
belonged to the two men.
The dogs owned by a third man
were supposed to be destroyed in-
The Century men were arrested

in early November following a traf-
fic stop as they left Teamer's Milton
Two fighting dogs were found in
the back of their truck, according to
the Santa Rosa County Sheriff's De-
Other items that are used in the
dog fighting community were also
found in the vehicle. Both were re-
leased on $10,000 bond each the
same day
It was that traffic stop that led to
the search of Teamer's home and

the resulting investigation and ar-
rest of Teamer.
Investigators investigated Team-
er for several months in an effort to
break up a large-scale operation in
which Teamer was breeding high
dollar pit bulls for fighting other dogs
in multiple states.
A search warrant was obtained
for Teamer's residence and when
the search warrant was executed,
investigators found approximately 30
pit bull dogs located on the nine-acre
parcel of land owned by Teamer.

These dogs were chained fast to
steel posts embedded in the ground
with heavy industrial chains. The
majority of the dogs had wounds,
both fresh and healed, that are con-
sistent with dog fighting activities.
The investigation revealed that
Teamer bred the dogs specifically
for the purpose of fighting.
Numerous records, trophies, and
other items documenting Teamer's
activity of breeding, selling and fight-
ing these dogs were found on Team-
er's property.



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Santa Rosa County elections officials work

tirelessly to make sure every vote is counted

Jeni Booker Senter had, the people were very mellow. The mood in the
jsenter@srpressgazette.com lines was positive," she said.
Bodenstein says the longest wait time she is
Santa Rosa County Supervisor of Elections Ann aware of was around 20 minutes.
Bodenstein said on Monday that early voting in According to Bodenstein, 14 poll watchers will
Santa Rosa County ended be at polling sites around
with a record turnout. the county on Election
"The total ballots cast Day.
in the early voting session "I think the largest
was 40,664. Out of those, number will be at precinct
26,264 were early votes O15 and the rest ofthe sites
and 14,400 were absentee Rwill have one each," she
votes," she said. said.
The south end of the A poll watcher is ap-
county cast 13,089 votes pointed by a candidate
and the north end cast or a political party to ob-

Roshav Cont has abrout Bdnti.AtoBle rchedmae covrastion s f between
13,175. serve the Election Day
Bodenstein said Santa procedures in a precinct.
Rosa County has about Conversations between
107,000 registered voters, watchers and voters are
with around 9,000 of those Photos by BILL GAMBLIN I Press Gazette not permitted within the
inactive. polling place and watch-
"About 38.9% of voters OFFICIAL MEETING: Members of the Santa ers are not permitted to
in Santa Rosa County have Rosa County Canvassing Board meet interfere with the orderly
already cast their ballots. I Monday afternoon in the office of Santa conduct of the election or
wouldn't be surprised if Rosa County Elections Supervisor Ann influence any voter in the
we have an 80% turnout Bodenstein. At top, Billie Crutchfield made casting of a ballot.
for this election year," said her feelings known about Monday's The Press Gazette will
Bodenstein. General Election as she campaigned at the continue to bring you cov-
Bodenstein says those intersection of Highway 90 and Dogwood erage of the 2008 election
who waited in line to cast Drive. with online updates and
early votes had a positive breaking news through-
attitude. out Election Day and will
"There were babies with their mothers and fa- include voting totals as they are released.
others in line, there were husbands and wives wait- For up to date results visit www.srpressgazette.
ing together, I believe that as large a turnout as we com.


Former Fire

Chief Slocum

dies at home

Press Gazette Staff Reports
Former Holley-Navarre
Fire District Chief Les Slo-
cum passed away Friday
morning in his home in Na-
Slocum, 58, who recently
retired from duty due to
heath reasons, was a fix-
ture within the Santa Rosa
County emergency services
community for many years
and served with the Ocean
City-Wright and South Wal-
ton Fire Districts and was
well known throughout

the Panhandle.
He served the Holley-
Navarre Fire District as
a volunteer and paid staff
member for over 20 years.
Sources close to the Press
Gazette Slocum died of colon
Visitation will be tonight
from 5 to 8 p.m. at Lewis F'-
neral Home in Navarre with
funeral services on Thursday
at 11:30 a.m. at the Navarre
United Methodist Church.
Interment will follow at
Barrancas National Cem-

Help at hand

for the holidays


Santa Rosa County Salva-
tion Army is accepting ap-
plications for its 2008 Christ-
mas assistance program.
The Salvation Army or-
ganizes the program and
distributes the toys, gifts
and food that are collected
through the Angel Tree
program to less-fortunate
families who apply for assis-
Families who need as-
sistance during the holidays
must register and complete
the application process be-
tween November 17 and No-
vember 21.
Applications will be ac-
cepted Monday through Fri-
day from 8 a.m. until 11:45
a.m. and 1 p.m. until 7:45
p.m. during the registration
Registration and applica-
tions can be processed at the
Salvation Army Milton Ser-
vice Unit at 6861 Oak Street
in Milton.
Applicants must bring
photo identification for all
adults 18 and over in the
household; a social secu-
rity card for everyone in the
household; a birth certificate
for every child in the house-

For registration
information, or to
volunteer to assist with
applications or holiday
bell ringing, contact The
Salvation Army's offices
at (850) 623-4099.

hold; proof of legal custody
of each child; proof of in-
come including check stubs,
TANF (cash assistance), SS/
SSI, child support, pension,
food stamp verification let-
ter, notarized statement (if
no income); household bills
including rental receipt or
current lease (if applicable),
mortgage payment (if ap-
plicable), homeowner insur-
ance and taxes (if any), util-
ity bills (gas, water, electric,
propane, etc...); any other
expenses such as cable, tele-
phone, auto payment, auto
insurance, cell phone, credit
cards, life insurance, health
insurance, dental insurance,
The public can assist
the Salvation Army to raise
funds for this program and
others by donating to the
annual Red Kettle Cam-
paign. The fundraiser was
started by a Salvation Army

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Speak OUT

Monday, 12:11 p.m.
Hi this is Judy. I just want
the person responsible for
removing the McCain-Palin
signs and replacing them
with Obama that it is illegal
to remove them. I hope you
get caught.

Sunday, 8:43 p.m.
And he answered and said
unto them, Have ye not read,
the he which made them, at
the beginning made them
male and female, and said
For this cause shall a man
leave father and mother and
shall cleave to his wife and
they train shall be one flesh.
Wherefore they are no more
twain, but one flesh. What
therefore God hath joined
together, let not man put

Sunday, 1:35 p.m.
Yeah good evening this
is Joe. I am real concerned
about the hunting seasons.
With it starting in October
and running to February is
a little too long, five months
to harass the deer is way
too long and there is no true
management involved. Up
north you buy your license,
fill your tag and you are
done. There is no hunting
in 70-degree weather, using
hound dogs is unheard of.
If the game warden sees a
hound dog running loose he
will shoot it. They have real
management in Wisconsin
and Minnesota. Hunting
season should be no longer
than Thanksgiving to Christ-
mas. There is no harassing
year round.

Sunday, 1:32 p.m.
Yeah this is Billy I called a
couple of days ago. I was up
at the local store in the Mun-
son area the other day saw a
real sportsman killed a young
doe whose udders were full
of milk. This means there
is a spotted fawn orphaned
out there that has been left
to starve or worse yet get
caught by a hound of coyote.
Anybody who would kill a doe
deer this time of year is not a
real sportsman. I have tried
to get the FWC to look at
combining the seasons and
not harass the deer for five
months to no avail. I don't
guess there is no such thing
as a real sportsman left.

Saturday, 8:43 p.m.
Yes this is Jessie from
Pace. I would like to speak
out on the candidates for
President. They are both
fairly good people, but we
need someone to straight-
en our economy out, get
us back on track, build our
economy back up, and cre-
ate more jobs. People also
talk bad about President
Bush, but he was no coward.
If it weren't for him then they
would be over here killing us
like they did to those in New
York. As far as this election
goes it is kind of a toss up
between the two, but Barak
Obama might get the coun-
try straightened out. ,

Saturday, 8:38 p.m.
Yes, I wanted to com-
ment on what Sarah said in
Saturday's Speak Out about
the gays and lesbians. Gay

and lesbians are wrong no
matter what color their skin
is. Black and white marriage
is okay if it is a man and a
woman, but not gay and les-
bians. Thank you.

Saturday, 8:34 p.m.
Yes, I would like to com-
ment on Sarah's article in
the Speak Out on Saturday.
She needs to get down her
bible and read it. It is against
the word of God. It's sick,
immoral, and shouldn't hap-
pen. If you get right down
to the nitty gritty even with
black and white that is why
God made every nationality
the same and I think some of
that is wrong too.

Saturday, 1:53 p.m.
To Sarah about the gays
and lesbians. God created
man and woman not Adam
and Steve. The only marriage
bed that is honorable in Gods
eyes involves a man and a
woman. Live life like you
want to is called free will. But
read Romans 1:26-31. What a
wasted life. I don't think that
is the road to heaven.

Friday, 2:45 p.m.
I don't know why the big
political people in politics
bring God to what ever they
choose. One said there is
no God in North Carolina
and South Carolina. There
is God in every American. I
see it in their eyes; I see it
in the people. What is wrong
with these big politicians?
I just got back from North
Carolina where they had
a memorial service for 25

Marines. My son died in the
military in 1983. Plenty of
people in the service know
God. Thank you my name is

Thursday, 1:04 p.m.
This is Larry from Milton.
I would like to remind all the
readers of the Press Gazette
that November is Pancreatic
Cancer Awareness Month. It
is very much like Breast
Cancer Awareness Month,
but it does not get all the
advertising and information
out to the press. I guess that
is because of the 95 percent
who are diagnosed today, 90
percent of them will be gone
next year. Please keep Pan-
creatic Cancer Awareness
Month on your mind. There
are a lot who depend on this
as a very important time.

Thursday, 10:46 a.m.
Yeah this is Billy. I was up
at the store in Munson and
some real sportsman bow
hunter killed a doe deer full
of milk. This mean there is an
orphaned fawn out there left
to starve or gotten by a coy-
ote. There is no way these
small spotted deer can take
care of themselves, I don't
care what biologist say, until
they are six months. Hunt-
ing season is way to long and
starts too early. I don't see
any hunter needing to kill a
doe and the FWC does not
seem to care. But that is what
they get paid for to manage
the wildlife properly.
If you have a short com-
ment you would like to
make, call the Speak Out
line at 623-5887.

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Tournament supports Honor Flight Initiative

Santa Rosa County PIO

Santa Rosa County
District 3 Commissioner
Don Salter and Sheriff
Wendell Hall encourage
golfers to join the Santa
Rosa County Whiting Fli-
ers Golf Association Veter-
ans Memorial Golf Classic
on Friday, November 14
at the NAS Whiting Field
Golf Course. Proceeds will
benefit the Emerald Coast

Honor Flight Santa Rosa
County Initiative to send
local World War II veterans
on the next Honor Flight
in April as well as future
flights. Registration begins
at 10 a.m. with a four-man
scramble and shotgun
start at 11 a.m., followed by
a post golf reception. The
tournament features cash
prizes for first, second and
third place teams as well
as "closest to the pin" and
"longest drive" awards.

The deadline to register
for the tournament is No-
vember 7. Registration
forms can be found at
www.srcvets.org or by call-
ing (850) 626-7292.
The Emerald Coast
Honor Flight Santa Rosa
County Initiative is made up
of leaders including elected
officials, area chambers
of commerce, businesses,
and NAS Whiting Field who
joined together to raise
$80,000 to send 100 of our

WWII veterans to Washing-
ton, DC at no cost to them.
As part of an Honor Flight,
WWII veterans visit their
memorial and are recog-
nized for their service to
our country.
Donations in any
amount can also be made
directly to the Santa Rosa
County Veterans Memo-
rial-Honor Flight fund, at
5191 C Willing St, Milton,
FL 32570. All donations are
tax deductible.

United Way collecting coats for LIVE UNITED

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County wants you to LIVE
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in Santa Rosa County. Even
in Florida, mornings at the
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any of the following locations
from now to December 5 to
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920 Via de Luna, Publix-852
Gulf Breeze Pkwy., St. Ann
Catholic Church-4435 Gulf
Breeze Pkwy.
Jay: Jay City Hall-3695
Hwy. 4
Milton: First Assembly
of God-6263 Dogwood Dr.,
Milton Cleaners-6737 Caro-
line St., Santa Rosa County

Chamber-5247 Stewart St.,
United Way of Santa Rosa
County-6576 Caroline St.
Pace: Pace Area Cham-
ber of Commerce-4344 Hwy.
90, Publix-4739 Hwy. 90, Stor-
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Rd., Woodbine. Cleaners-
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Wednesday, November 5, 2008

Sheriff's Report

Santa Rosa Press Gazette I A3

The following includes
dates from October 17, to
October26, 2008
Scott, Adam Clifford:
Male: 23; 8499 Gulf Blvd,
Navarre Beach: Veh Theft-
Grand 3rd Degree. 10/17/08
Andrews, Angel Col-
leen; Female; 29; 3030 Har-
vest Rd., Jay; Fraud-Illegal
Use Credit Cards To Obtain
Goods Under $300, Fraud-
Imperson Use/Poss ID of
Another Person W/O Con-
sent. 10/17/08
Chavis, Adrian Carl;
Male; 17; 2926 Browder St,
Gulf Breeze; Aggrav Asslt-
W/Deadly Weapon W/O In-
tent To Kill (2 cts.), Carrying
Concealed Weapon Firearm.
Crawford, Cathy Ann;
Female; 49; 2648 Stefani Rd,
Cantonment; Possess Co-
caine, Narcotic Equip-Pos-
sess And Or Use. 10/18/08
Crosby, James Chadwick;
Male; 28; 7602 Chablis Circle,
Navarre; Burgl Structure
Conveyance Unarmed W/
Person Inside, Larc-Theft is
$300 or More But Less Than
$5,000. 10/18/08
Kelley, Timothy Alan;
Male; 33; 4120 Bayfront Terr,
Pace; Drive While Lic Susp
Habitual Offender. 10/19/08
Nicholson. II. William
David; Male; 15; 5900 West
Nine Mile Rd, Pensacola;
Aggrav Asslt W/Deadly
Weapon W/O Intent to Kill (2
cts.) 10/18/08
Yu, John Sangwhon;
Male; 23; 544 A Mariner Dr,
Milton; Hit & Run-Fail To
Stop Remain at Crash In-
volve Injury. 10/18/08
Seaton, II James Cag-
ney; Male; 44; 3006 Marcus
Point Blvd., Pensacola; Non-
moving Traffic Viol-Drive
While Lic Susp 1st Off, Forg-
ery of Alter Public Record
Certificate Etc., Public Or-
der Crimes-Use of False Id
Adversely Affects Another.
Setzer, John Howard;
Male; 48; 600 Cornwall Ter-
race, Mary Esther; Drive
While Lic Susp 3rd or Sub-
seq Offense. 10/18/08
Walker, Frederick
Lamont; Male; 38; 6639 Hill-
crest Circle, Milton; Failure
To Appear for Felony Of-
fense. 10/17/08
Boyer, Chris Rene; Male;
53; 2299 Scenic Hwy, Pensac-
ola; DUI. 10/17/08
Crosby, Kevin Franklin;
Male; 29; 6601 Old Shell Rd,
Mobile, AL; DUI. 10/17/08.
Depner. Jr., James Nor-
wood; Male; 31; 3013 Marys
Chapel Church Rd, Aurora,
NC; DUI. 10/19/08
Kirschten, Dora Brooks;
Female; 46; 6721 Fairmont,
Navarre; DUI. 10/18/08
Plucinski, James Mi-
chael; Male; 39; 4773 Jaimee
Leigh Drive, Milton; DUI.
Bailey, John Daniel;
Male; 26; 3303 East Blount
St, Pensacola; Failure to
Appear For Felony Offense.
Hvman. Terrance Chris-

topher; Male; 36; 6500 Robin
Ave.. Milton: Probation Vio-
lation-Felony. 10/20/08
Peppers, Jr.,. Barry Lee:
Male; 27; 170 SE 685 Road,
Warrensburg, MO; Probation
Violation-Felony. 10/20/08
Boone, Joshua Skyler;
Male; 26; 5378 Lone Star
Ln, Milton: Drive While Lie
Susp 3rd or Subseq Offense.
Caputo, Senovia Renata;
Female; 28; 4581 Davenport
Ln, Pace; Neglect Child W/
0 Great Harm, Drugs-Sell
Methamphetamine; 10/21/08
Carroll, Jason Paul;
Male; 22; 2416 Panhandle
Tr, Navarre; Damage Prop-
Crim Misch $200 and Under,
Burgl Unoccupied Convey-
ance Unarmed, Larc-Petit
1st Off. 10/21/08
Pollard, Jenna Nicole;
Female; 22; 3204 McLain Ln,
Pace; DUI. 10/21/08
Williams, Carlos Jerome;
Male; 36; 11 Pineda Rd, Pen-
sacola; Neglect Child W/O
Great Harm, Opium Or De-
riv Traffic 4 Grams to Under
30 Kilograms. 10/21/08
Albritton, Earnest Ray;
Male; 17; 2171 Ortega St,
Navarre; Battery-Touch or
Strike (2 cts.), Lewd Lascv-
Molest Child 12YOA Up to
16YOA By Less 18YOA (2
ets.). 10/21/08
Askegard, Lance Erik;
Male; 16; 2063 Alfred Blvd.,
Navarre; Damage Prop-
Crim Misch $200 and Under;
Burgl of Unoccupied Dwell-
ing Unarmed No Asslt/Batt
(2 cts.), Larc-Petit 1st De-
gree Property $100 to Under
$300. 10/21/08
Birchmore. III. Henry
Harold; Male; 38; 4933 Spen-
cer Field Rd, Pace; Lare-
Theft is $300 or More But
Less Than $5,000. 10/21/08
Williams, Henry Jerome;
Male; 33; 4037 Windham Rd,
Pace; Cocaine-Sell Schedule
II. 10/21/08
Pierce, Billy Jack; Male;
58; 4822 Attaway Drive, Pace;
Failure to Appear for Felony
Offense. 10/21/08
Barnhill, Roy Carlton;
Male; 48; 3850 Norwood
St, Pace; Homicide-Willful
Kill Murder Premeditated.
Brown, Gordon Charles;
Male; 46; 329 Katie St., Milton;
DUI Alcohol or Drugs 4th or
Subseq Offense, Refuse to
Submit to DUI Test, Violate
Restrictions Placed on Driv-
er's License, Drive While Lie
Susp 2nd Off. 10/22/08
Brown, Lamarcus Don-
tay; Male; 23; 2135 Schwab
Ct, Pensacola; Failure to Ap-
pear for Felony Offense. (2
cts.) 10/22/08
Earnest, Tamatha An-
nette; Female; 36; 2115 Ath-
ens Ave., Pensacola; Drugs-
Delvr/Distribute Listed
Chemical for Manufacture,
Failure to Appear for Felony
Offense. 10/22/08
Lewis, David Jeffery;
Male; 56; 3271 Lewis Rd,
Milton; Homicide-Willful
Kill Murder Premeditated.

Mosley, Frank Andre;
Male; 48; 302 S. Main St.,
Crestview; Battery By Per-
son Detained in Prison or
Jail Facility. 10/22/08
Pinkney, Anices; Female;
40; 5041 Mary St., Milton;
Failure To Appear for Felony
Offense. 10/22/08
Sapp, Yolanda Dawn;
Female; 26; 4208 Alderwood
Drive, Pace; Probation Vio-
lation-Felony. 10/22/08
Ethridge, Jill Adele; Fe-
male; 43; 5638 Tom Sawyer
Rd, Milton; Larceny, Illegal
Use of Credit Cards. 10/22/08
Dekle, Bobby Lee; Male;
53; 2001 W Poplar, San Anto-
nio, TX; Failure to Register as
a Sexual Offender. 10/22/08
Darby, Dion Mathew;
Male; 21; 6220 Arnett St.,
Milton; DUI.
Briggs, Donna Hicks; Fe-
male; 46; 5112 Scenic View
Way, Milton; Drive While
Lie Susp Habitual Offender,
Carrying Concealed Weapon
Firearm, Possess of Weap-
on or Ammo By Convicted
Fla. Felon, Drugs-Possess
Cntrl Sub W/O Prescription.
Miles, Mitchell Andrew;
Male; 20; 8354 Segura St, Na-
varre; Damage Prop-Crim
Misch $200 and Under, Burgl
Dwelling Structure or Con-
veyance Armed, Lare-Petit
1st Off. 10/22/08
Ricks, Donald A; Male;
40; 1515 Channing Place,
Pensacola; Drive While Lie
Susp Habitual Offender.
Sparks, Reginald Revar-
ra; Male; 28; 3205 W Gadsden
St, Pensacola; Drive While
Lie Susp Habitual Offender.
Quails Timothy Lee;
Male; 21; 3440 Balaton Ave.,
Milton; Grand Theft. 10/22/08
Zorn, Michael Sidney;
Male; 42; 6535 Bee St, Milton;
Burgl Unoccupied Convey-
ance Unarmed, Petit Theft.
Bartley, Jennifer Nicole;
Female; 26; 5236 Nimitz, Mil-
ton; DUI-UJnlaw Bld Alch .20
or Higher Or With Person Un-
der 18 YOA 1st Off. 10/23/08
Cooper, Jason Lawrence;
Male; 36;8; 6290 Berryhill Rd,
Milton; DUI, DUI-Unlaw Bld
Alch .20 or Higher Or With
Person Under 18 YOA 1st
Off. 10/23/08
Eggart, Samuel Jesse;
Male; 30; 3606 Misty Woods
Circle, Pace; DUI. 10/23/08
Herman, Mitchel Wayne;
Male; 29; 5515 Sea Spray Ct,
'Gulf Breeze; DUI. 10/23/08
Christian, Michael Rob-
ert; Male; 26; 6520 Winston
Brown Rd, Milton; Probation
Violation-Felony. 10/23/08
Doty, Michael Conner;
Male; 15; 6960 Barnhill Rd,
Milton; Drugs-Possess
'Cntrl Sub W/O Prescription.
Nordby. Jr.. Michael; 4034
Adams Rd, Pace; Probation
Violation-Felony; 10/23/08
Miller, Roy Eugene;
Male; 44; 2870 Flamingo

Lane, Marianna; Aggrav
Asslt W/Deadly Weapon W/O
Intent to Kill. 10/23/08
Baker, Eddie Royace;
Male; 42; 9008 E Parkway
North, Lauderdale, MS; Fu-
gitive From Justice. 10/26/08
Boyett II, Rickey Lee;
Male; 28; 3435 Jubilee D;r,
Pace; Probation Violation-
Felony; 10/24/08
Hughes, Ginger Renea;
Female; 38; Ponderosa Trail-
er Park; Battery On Officer
Firefighter EMT Etc (3 cts.)
Jeffers, Ronald Gene;
Male; 50; 3979 Charles Circle,
Pace; Aggrav Battery-Person
Uses A Deadly Weapon (do-
mestic violence), Carrying
Concealed Weapon Electric
Weapon or Device. 10/26/08
Jiron, David Michael;
Male; 19; 648 Navy St., Ft.
Walton Beach; Probation Vi-
olation-Felony. 10/24/08
Ward, Jason Schyler;
Male; 16; 7653 Old Hickory
Hammock Rd, Milton; Drugs-
Delvr/Distrib Other Schedule
III or IV 10/24/08


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McGill, Clayton Dean;
Male; 18; 1435 Stanford Rd,
Gulf Breeze; Probation Vio-
lation-Felony. 10/24/08
Spearman. Jr., William
Fletcher; Male; 46; 3031 Wind
Meadows Dr, Gulf Breeze;
Probation Violation-Felony.
Wilson, Weldon Renzor;
Male; 18; 5709 Yucca Drive,
Milton; Robbery With Fire-
arm. 10/26/08
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pher Lynn; Male; 19; 3433
Oak Tree Ln, Pace; Probation
Violation-Felony. 10/24/08

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Male; 44; 2775 Bay Club Dr,
Navarre; Fraud. 10/08
Alaniz-Sustaita, Hugo
Alberto; Male; 33; 6204 Friar
Tuck Drive. DUI. 10/26/08
Clay, Patricia Jenny;
Female; 47; 3414 Chantar-
ene Drive, Pensacola; DUI.
Smegelski, Jason Stuart;
Male; 28; 8215 Newcastle Ct,
Milton; Drive While Lie Susp
Habitual Offender, Battery
Touch or Strike, Narcotic
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The 2008 Santa Rosa County Tax Roll has been received by
Robert McClure, Tax Collector from the Property
Appraiser and the tax roll is open for collections.

Payments may be mailed to Robert McClure, Tax Collector P. 0. Box
7100 Milton FL 32572 or made in person at the following locations:

The Milton Office located at 6495 Caroline Street behind McDonalds

The South Santa Rosa Service Center at 5841 Gulf Breeze Parkway
just east of The Zoo in Midway

The Gulf Breeze Office at 1101 Gulf Breeze Parkway, Suite 104 across from
the Gulf Breeze Hospital and behind Whataburger

The Pace Office at 4000 Hwy. 90 Unit A across from the Sonic Drive-In

The Jay Office at 5259 Booker Lane in the Jay Community Center behind City Hall

All offices are open Monday-Friday from 8:00-4:30 with the exception of the Pace
Office which is open Tuesday-Friday from 7:00-6:00. The Jay office is closed for
Payments postmarked by November 30th will receive a 4% discount.
Payments postmarked by December 31st will receive a 3% discount.
Payments postmarked by January 31st will receive a 2% discount.
Payments postmarked by February 28th will receive a 1% discount.

Payments made in March will be the gross amount of taxes due without discount.

The 2008 taxes become delinquent April 1, 2009. Payments made on or after April 1st of
2009 will have interest added.

A 2.95% convenience fee is added to all payments made by credit card, both in person
and via the internet.

All tax information may be obtained and payments made on the Tax
Collector's website of www.srctc.com or you may call 983-1800. Please
note that the 2008 taxes are based on assessments by the Property Appraiser as of E
January 1st, 2008.

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Jazz Society announces upcoming activities

captain in San Francisco
in 1891 and has grown into
one of the most recognizable
and important charitable
campaigns in the United
As part of the campaign,
more than 25,000 Salvation
Army volunteers spread
throughout the country to
ring bells daily and solicit
spare change donations to
the iconic red kettles from
holiday shoppers.
In 2007, the campaign
raised more than $118 mil-
lion nationwide, a new re-
cord supported by the pub-
lic's nickels, dimes, quarters
and dollars all collected and
used to help people in the

communities where they
were raised.
Last year, the funds
helped The Salvation Army
provide food, clothing, toys
and other assistance to
nearly 29 million Americans
in need. In addition to physi-
cal kettles, donors can also
contribute online at www.
salvationarmyusa.org or
through a virtual red kettle
on any number of corporate
or individual websites and
Facebook pages.
For registration informa-
tion, or to volunteer to assist
with applications or holiday
bell ringing, contact The Sal-
vation Army's offices at (850)



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Special to the Press Gazette
The regular third-Mon-
day Jazz Gumbo event on
November 17,6:00p.m. at Se-
ville Quarter Entertainment
Complex will feature saxo-
phonist Sandy Spivey. Ac-
companying him will be new
parents pianist/vocalist Cyn-
thia Domulot and drummer
Fred Domulot along with
bassist Dr. Bob Andrews.
Sandy Spivey comes from
a musical family. He spent
early years in performance
with his late father, Ray
Spivey, leader of the "Ray
Spivey's Krazy Kats. Pass-
ing through that band were
Bobby Oliver, Joe Occhip-
inti, and many others. Sandy
was a featured performer
for several years with a US

Air Force Band. Currently
he is director of a school for
the arts and is a frequent
"first-call" saxophonist with
area performers.
Admission for the Jazz
Gumbo is $7 for JSOP
members, $10 for guests,
$5 for students and free for
military in uniform. A cup
of complimentary seafood
gumbo comes with admis-
sion. One may order from a
limited menu.
The "Jingle Jazz" event
sponsored by the Jazz So-
ciety will be held Monday
December 8 at 6:00 p.m. in
Phineas Phogg's Room in
Seville Quarter, 130 E. Gov-
ernment Street in Downtown
Pensacola. This is an annual
gift to the community by the
musicians who donate their

time and talents, Jazzy Holi-
day music will be featured.
Trumpeter/vocalist Paul
Bruketa will be master of
ceremonies. Featured guest
musicians will be vocalist
Rosie and pianist Ed Butler,
vocalist Kathy Lyon, saxo-
phonist Bob Maksymkow,
bassist Pat Cooke of New
Orleans, keyboardist/accor-
dionist Bob Mattus, guitarist
Ted Garrett and Ft. Walton
Beach drummer Dick Rein-
Admission is by donation.
Proceeds will go towards the
free 26th Annual Pensacola
JazzFest to be held Satur-
day-Sunday April 4-5, 2009
in historic, downtown Seville
Bruketa said, This is al-
ways a fun time for the musi-

cians and the audience. We'll
play familiar tunes in a jazzy
way to set the mood for the
holiday season.
We always have a large
number of musical guests
and there are always surprise
guests in addition to the excel-
lent line-up announced above.
Because of the busy holiday
season, this is the only event
for the Jazz Society during
December. We musicians do-
nate our time and talent and
the audience donates toward
the upcoming free JazzFest
scheduled for the first week-
end in April."
For information and
membership, call Kathy
Lyon, Jazz Society Admin-
istrator, 433-8382 or visit the
website www.jazzpensacola.

New dog-training facility to open at Eglin

Mona Moore
EGLIN AFB Until this
week, the Air Force's four-
legged soldiers dogs used
in combat to sniff out explo-
sives had no permanent fa-
cility to call home.
"They stayed in a tent, a
very, very small tent," said
Capt. Ben Jacobson of the
96th Ground Combat Squad-
ron. "It wasn't the safest,
most sanitary conditions. It
could've been better."
Conditions for deploying
working dogs got better with
Monday's groundbreaking.
The 96th Ground Combat
Squadron, known as Brave
Defender, opened a new
dog-training center that will
allow working dog teams to
train together prior to de-

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ing capacity.
"And do so in a safe, sani-
tary and sustainable environ-
ment," Jacobson said. "After
months of funding drills,
manpower requests, careful
planning and construction,
we now have a facility that
will house up to 10 military
working dog teams."
In addition to thanking
Team Eglin, Jacobson rec-
ognized two members of his
squadron for steering the
project. Master Sgt. Todd
Coning and Staff Sgt. Ja-
cob Kelecava, working dog
trainers assigned to Brave
Defender, assisted in every-
thing from facility design to

training requirements.
"They made miracles
happen ... or events my wife
would label as 'Disney Mag-
ic,' said Jacobson.
"When I look at this facil-
ity, I think of one word: final-
ly," said Col. Rick Locasto,
96th Air Base Wing Com-
Brave Defender is one of
six regional training centers
in the Air Force. The school
opened in 2002 to train Air
Force security forces for de-
The new dog-training
.center is the first of its kind
in the 96th Air Base Wing.
Working dog training started
in the squadron 13 months
"This is a great capability
to turn in house. Previously,
we had to send teams to Air

Combat Command," said Ja-
Handlers come from Air
Force bases across the coun-
try to prepare for seven to
16 days of training that also
qualifies core task require-
ments for handlers.
The current class of six
dog teams will break in the
new facility. The center will
reach full capacity by the
next round of training class-
es in December.
Locasto predicted the fa-
cility would flourish with the
new equipment after manag-
ing to train 1,500 teams with
"tents and duct tape."
"It's important work that
you do," he told the audi-
ence of handlers and train-
ers. "Hopefully, we added
just a little bit more sup-

Bus driver has medical emergency

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A Santa Rosa County
School bus was involved in
an accident following a med-
ical emergency on Thurs-
According to a release
from the Florida Highway

Patrol, Linda Moyer Daniel,
52, of Gulf Breeze, was trav-
eling north on Laguna Lane
when she began experienc-
ing medical problems.
Moyer fell unconscious
and ended up to the right
of the drivers seat while the
bus drifted to the right and
across a driveway before
striking a tree and brick

The bus continued for-
ward onto the mailbox be-
fore coming to a final rest.
Daniel and her 11 pas-
sengers on the bus were not
hurt in the collision.
When officers arrived
Daniel was transported to
Gulf Breeze Hospital due to
the medical emergency.

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FDIC names United bank 'Winner of First Award'

Special to the Press Gazette

The FDIC has presented
United Bank with the first
*Alliance for Economic Inclu-
sion Award". The award was
presented to recognize Unit-
ed Bank for its efforts in pro-
viding much needed financial
education and for implement-
ing products like Gateway
checking and participation in
SBA lending. The FDIC hon-
ored United Bank for reach-
ing out to the unbanked and
financially disadvantaged.
"This award recognizes
the contributions made by
the bank's staff. Our prod-
ucts and outreach do make
a difference in our communi-
ties and customers", stated
Bob Jones, President and
CEO of United Bank.
John Olsen of FDIC pre-
sented the award during the
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NEW LOCATION: United Bank held a private open house on Thursday at its new location
on Berryhill Road in Milton. Invited guests networked with other guests and toured the

new office.
Capital Community Devel-
opment Forum recently held
at the Museum of Mobile.

United Bank serves South
Alabama and the panhandle
of Florida with 17 locations.

Established in 1904 the bank
has over 460 million dollars
in assets.

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Dozens welcomed to

the Milton Relay for

Life Team-A-Thon

Milton PJC Campus re-
cently hosted the Milton
Relay Team-a-Thon where
area teams registered,
picked their campsite and
got all the necessary infor-
mation to have a successful
Relay. Polly Brown and
Kasie Forman, the 2009
Honorary Chairs, were in-
troduced to the group, as
were the members of the
Steering Committee. There
were purple wigs and birth-
day hats, food, fun, games
and lots of door prizes. The
following Early Bird teams
registered and were wel-
comed to the team roster:
St. Rose of Lima, Nick's
Chick's, Beams of Light
and Martial Arts America
(Milton Studio). "It was a
wonderful night," said Pam
Webb, Event Chair. "The
Milton Community is ab-
solutely the best when it
comes to pulling together
to make a difference. We
are looking forward to
many more exciting meet-
ings and a successful event.

Thanks to all who came out
to help us get this party
started and thanks to Papa
John's Pizza for providing
the food."
Milton Relay For Life
now has 36 registered
teams consisting of fami-
lies, businesses, civic orga-
nizations, clubs, churches
and schools. Relay For Life
is the American Cancer So-
ciety's version of an athletic
relay, but with a new twist.
Relay teams camp out
overnight and take turns
walking, jogging or run-
ning around the track while
enjoying hours of fun, food,
games and entertainment
and camaraderie in a huge
celebration of life.

To find out how your
team can participate in
Milton's 151 anniversary
celebration on May 1 and
2, contact Pam Webb at
393-2049 or webbp@mail.
santarosa.kl2fl.us. Visit us
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SRCHD and AHEC help the public butt out

Jeni Booker Senter
The Santa Rosa Coun-
ty Health Department
(SRCHD) will offer free
smoking cessation classes
at both the north and south
end of the county begin-
ning November 6.
SRCHD is partnering
with the West Florida Area
Health Education Center
(AHEC) to offer this ser-
vice to the community at
no cost
Classes are open to all
Santa Rosa County resi-
dents and smokeless tobac-
co users are also welcome.
Participants can choose
from an 11:00 12:00 p.m.
class in Midway or a 5:30
- 6:30 p.m. class in Milton,
with both being held on
"We were able to offer
this class in September and
had such a great response
that we are doing it again.
AHEC has an excellent

program and we are happy
to able to continue provid-
ing this free class to Santa
Rosa County residents,"
said Health Educator Con-
sultant Julie Klein.
The class in the north
end of the county will be
held at the Santa Rosa
County Health Depart-
ment at 5527 Stewart Street
in Milton. The class at the
south end will be held at the
South Santa Rosa Service
Center at 5819 Gulf Breeze
Parkway, which is across
the street from the health
department in Midway.
According to the World
Health Organization, to-
bacco use is one of the
main risk factors in nu-
merous chronic diseases,
including cardiovascular
disease, heart disease and
multiple types of cancer.
For information about
the class, please contact
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Time to back

up your words

The votes have been counted in all the rac-
es across the country and now it's time for
our nation to move forward.
Once again, we enter the phase were we
sit back and wait to see if the winners' ac-
tions match the words and rhetoric they
threw while on the campaign trail.
It never ceases to amaze how a politician
will tell people what they want to hear and
then, when they get to Washington, begin the
During this entire campaign we were in-
undated with why Candidate A was so much
better than Candidate B. Yet, all too often, a
four or five-second sound clip was all voters
were given on which to base their decision.
Now comes the accountability issue.
What amount of change will actually be a
measurable and acceptable amount for the
Will voters be pleased with that change
and the direction it takes the country?
We hope so, but historically many have not
been pleased with results, regardless the
Such feelings often result in people saying
they wish they had an additional "box" on
the ballot-a box of "no confidence." In this
popular plan, any time the majority of vot-
ers checked this box, both party nominees
would be rejected and the parties would be
instructed to try again.
Why would this be such a great idea?
Well, both parties would feel more pres-
sure to nominate quality candidates if they
knew the end result of a multi-million dol-
lar campaign could be an edict to "do it all
Listening to the public, more and more it
sounds like they feel the candidates are get-
ting worse and worse.
Locally, the cycle seems to be changing.
Two new commissioners will be taking
office along with other posts within county
This is a sign of change, but will they be
able to effectively change things as long as
Tallahassee continues to send down unfund-
ed mandates and directives?
Unfortunately, commissioners are going
to be increasingly expected to deliver more
and more for less and less.
All of us realize how hard it is to stretch a
dollar in today's economy, yet we expect Mil-
ton, Tallahassee, and Washington to have a
never-ending supply of money.
We expect them to fund all of our pet proj-
ects and issues while wanting to pay less and
less taxes. It's human nature, we assume.
One candidate has banked his campaign
on this. His "share the wealth" speeches
have drawn rave reviews while, at the same
time, making many wonder how he will ac-
complish this.
The only thing we know to suggest is,
keep a watchful eye on those in office and
see if you feel they are doing the job
you elected them to do. If they do, great.
If they do not, quickly turn out (next time
around) in the same force and sweep them
from office.
Maybe, just maybe, one day they will real-
ize the public thinks talk is cheap and is look-
ing for action-actions which, as they saying
goes, speak much louder than words.


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Actions a misunderstanding

To Whom It May Con-
I, Jackie am the person
of which all of this hoopla
is about. I am the one that
danced with the kids at Jay
Elementary/High School. I
danced and played music for
these children because I was
told that I had to do it. That
it was tradition. That the
cafeteria manager always
played music and danced
with the kids during Home-
coming week.
I by no means meant to
seem provocative or sexual
in my dance. And honestly
I don't know how anyone
could make a provocative
dance out of the Chicken
Polka, the Cha-Cha slide, the
Macarana or Locomotion. If
I appeared to be provoca-
tive then I apologize to the
person or persons that per-
ceived me to be so. I only
dance the way that I dance.
As far as my dress was
concerned, I thought I had a
roll to play with it being the
ball team that I had been
informed I had to dance
with. Let's all face it, Jay
is all about the sports, not
education, always has been,
always will be.
I know this because my
own children attended that
school and my youngest son
was advanced to the next
grade level with 3 "F's" for
the year.
And then there is the is-
sue of God or the word God
being used in school. But
still and yet I am going to
lose my job, lose my lively
hood because there was a
handful of supposedly Chris-
tians that found my having
fun with the kids a mortal
sin. Who are they to judge
If they were or are true
Christians then they would
pray for me and my salvation
rather than throw stones at
me for something that they
deemed inappropriate.
As for the days in ques-
tion, both the Elementary
Principal and the High
School Principal were in at-
tendance. And neither one

of them approached me with
disapproval of what was oc-
curring at the time. So tell
me, how is it that the teach-
ers at Jay can persecute me
for something that the Prin-
cipals did not seem or deem
And then there is the is-
sue of a number having a
sexual meaning. What gives
there. I am 42 years old my-
self and I can not conjure
up any number that makes
me think of sex. So, it would
seem to me that the person
thinking such a thing has
their mind in the gutter, not
Is every professional
ball player that wears the
number 69 trying to adver-
tise sex? If so, then no one
would ever use a number
for anything. Numbers do
not conjure up sex acts in
my mind. So if they did in
the minds of those judging
me right now then they are
the perverts, not me. If they
get excited about a number
bringing to mind sex then
they are teaching their chil-
dren sin.
But still and yet, they
have the gall and balls to
judge me? There is some-
thing wrong with this pic-
ture. I have been working
in Food Service for over 15
years and it all comes down
to two days of me dancing
with these kids and giving
them some excitement to
cost me my lively hood.
If it does then all I can say
is it does. But if it does it just
ain't right. It don't matter
how you slice it, it just ain't
And I can assure you,
based on my life and my
upbringing and the abuse
bestowed upon me sexually
that I would NEVER, ever
put some other poor child
through that. But again,
these people that are judg-
ing me knows absolutely
nothing about me. They
have no clue what it is that
has brought me to where I
am today. And obviously, be-
ing the God fearing people
that they claim that they are,

they could care less anyway.
I'm glad I don't practice
their religion. Because My
God deems us everyone as
Because the God that I
know is forgiving. The God
that I know is understand-
ing. The God that I know
knows that no one is perfect
no matter how hard we may
strive to be that way. And he
loves me not matter what I
do or no matter what other
people perceives of me.
MY God does not fail me.
He doesn't throw me to the
wolves to be destroyed. But
that is exactly what these
so called Christian people
in Jay is attempting to do to
me. And I have every right
to voice my opinion and
stand up for myself. Thank
GOD for the freedom of
I myself have a son in
Germany right now fighting
for the rights of the same
people who are judging me
and persecuting me. He is
over there with the possibil-
ity of having to give up his
own life for the sake of all
others. I know I will not tell
him what this community is
trying to do to me.
And I really wish that I
could apologize to the pub-
lic but I can not find it in my
heart to see where I did any-
thing wrong to apologize to
these people for. If I could
find fault in anything that I
did then I would be glad to
apologize. But I don't see
where I did anything wrong.
And obviously, based on
the opinions of the teachers
at Jay I am Satan made over.
These people have made a
mountain out of a mole hill.
But you know what? I
can lay my head down and
sleep at night content with
myself that I gave that day,
and every day proceeding it
all that I had to give. I can
sleep at night knowing that
I am no better than anyone
else that walks the face of
this earth.
And although I do not feel
like I have done anything
that warrants an apology, I

will still apologize for it. But
I do so in fear for those that
have judged me wrongfully.
I do it so that God can for-
give them for casting stones
at someone else. And I for-
give them all even though I
will be cast out on the street
and be out of of roof over my
head because they have the
opinion that I have com-
mited some mortal sin. And
that I have to be crusified for
Yet not one single one of
them knows how many nails
that I have taken in my life.
Not one single one of them
knows anything about the
person, the human. And
right now, it no longer mat-
ters to me that they don't
because on the day of judg-
ment day they are the ones
that will have to pay for
judging someone else, not
I know that I am not per-
fect. I have never tried to
even claim to be and these
people need to worry about
cleaning up their own back
yards before they try to
clean up mine. Because
I have not seen but one
person at that place that I
would say seemed Godly
to me, and that would be
Danny Carnley. When I
see him I do see Godlyness.
But he is the only one that I
can say that I see the face
of God in.
And his opinion was all
that really mattered to me
on the days in question. And
I hope and pray that he, as a
man of God, as a man that
witnessed my having fun
with the kids can find it in
him to come to my defense.
Because quiet frankly, that
is my only hope of keeping
my job and being able to
provide a means to life for
And no matter what hap-
pens, no matter what fate
has in store for me, I will
pray for each one of the peo-
ple that put me down and try
to stomp the life out of me.

Jay, Fla.


God Bless Mankind:
America's Moral Decay

Dear Editor:
So much has been said
about the condition our
world is in. Yes, the economy
looks scary. That certainly is
a concern.
One of the most important
issues is America's moral
decay. The generation that
has gone on before (an old
expression) would turn over
in their graves if they could

see things now.
Proverbs 13: 34 "Righ-
teousness exalteth a nation,
but sin is a reproach to any
Same sex marriages are
against God's plan for man-
kind. Please read and listen:
Genesis 1:27-28 says, "God
created male and female"
and "God blessed them male
and female. God said replen-
ish, be fruitful, and multi-
This was God's perfect
plan, not man's.

Please read and listen:
Romans 1:26-27 says,
"For even their women did
change the natural use, into
that which is against nature.
Likewise, men leaving the
natural use of the woman,
burned in their own lust one
toward another men with
men. God cast them away
I don't believe the econo-
my will recover, or the good
life will exist, until America
Please read Chronicles

7:14. Any leader that believes
abortion and same sex mar-
riage are ok will be leading
America on a down hill drag.
America will not and can-
not be blessed by a Righ-
teous God with this kind of
I write this article with
love in my heart, for a righ-
teous God, and a most won-
derful place to live America,
and God's greatest and most
loved creation- mankind.


Wednesday, November 5, 2008


Santa Rosa Press Gazette | A7

Holiday Craft Fair in 27th year

Jeni Booker Senter
iselteit'r(srpressgazeltt.co 111
According to County Extension Direc-
tor for Family and Consumer Sciences
at the University of Florida Santa Rosa
County Extension Mike Donahoe, the
public should make plans now to help cel-
ebrate its 27th anniversary of the annual
Holiday Craft Fair on Nov 7 & 8 at the
Santa Rosa County Auditorium (Old Bag-
dad Hwy. near Avalon Blvd. intersection)
in Milton from 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM.
During the past 27 years, the show
has gained a reputation as a great place
to find a variety of handmade gifts and
decorations from local and regional craft-
ers. A special highlight of the show has
always been the wonderful homemade
soup and sandwiches made by the talent-
ed members of the Association for Home
and Community Educators (HCE) which
sponsors the show.

Admission is free. Lots of door prizes
will be given away. For more information
contact Santa Rosa Co. Extension Office
at 623-3868.
Donahoe says, "For more informa-
tion or if you have a question, call the
University of Florida/IFAS-Santa Rosa
County Extension, at 850-623-3868, be-
tween the hours of 8:00 am and 4:30 pm
Hearing-impaired individuals may call
Santa Rosa County Emergency Manage-
ment Service at 983-5373 (TDD).
Extension Service programs are open
to all people without regard to race, creed,
color, religion, age, disability, sex, sexual
orientation, marital status, national ori-
gin, political opinions or affiliations.
For additional information about all of
the county extension services and other
articles of interest go to: I http://vwww.
santarosa.fl.gov/extension I http://www.

Covenant Hospice celebrates

National Hospice Month

Press Gazette Staff Report

In celebration of Nation-
al Hospice Month, Covenant
Hospice staff and volun-
teers will be wearing purple
and green ribbons designed
to create awareness and
to promote the outreach of
end-of-life care. The purple
and green hospice ribbon
will focus attention on the
special compassionate care
available when people need
it most.
This local ribbon cam-
paign is part of a broader
national campaignlaunched
by the National Hospice
and Palliative Care Orga-
nization (NHPCO) remind-
ing people that hospice is
not about how you die, but
how you live. There will be
a range of activities across
the country throughout No-
vember focusing on living
as fully as possible up until
the end of life.

"Far too many families
who have been served by
Covenant Hospice reflect
back upon the experience
and question why they did
not seek out hospice care
sooner," commented Dale
0. Knee, President and
CEO of Covenant Hospice.
"Many were simply un-
aware of hospice as a possi-
ble option, but the focus on
pain and symptom control
in addition to the emotional,
social and spiritual support
enable patients and fami-
lies to make the most of ev-
ery day."
Compassion, comfort,
respect, dignity and love
are words commonly used
to describe hospice. These
sentiments are reflected in
the purple and green hos-
pice ribbon that all Ameri-
cans can proudly wear to
raise awareness of choices
available for those facing
the end of life. The use of

color can strengthen, sooth
and inspire. Green is most
commonly associated with
nature and growth; this
color represents stabil-
ity, endurance and peace.
The green in the ribbon
reflects the growing aware-
ness of the compassionate
care that hospice provides
and the peace that hospice
brings. Purple, the color
found at the far end of the
spectrum, has customarily
been associated with honor,
spirituality and self-esteem.
It serves as a reminder that
that all people have the
right to live with dignity
and respect, even to the last
moment of life.
For more information
about the hospice aware-
ness ribbon or National
Hospice Month, contact
Covenant Hospice at 433-
2155 or visit [ http://www.

Homemakers ready for event

Special to the Press

Virginia Reddoch put the
finishing touches on some of
the items that will be on sale
during the upcoming Holiday
Craft Fair. Reddoch is a long
time member of the Pace-
Pea-Ridge Club and does ex-
cellent art work.
The gala event is planned
for Nov. 7 and 8 at the Santa
Rosa County Auditorium lo-
cated at Highway 90 and Ava-
lon Blvd. There will be signs
showing you the way. Fair
hours are 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Again as in the past you
can purchase a ticket or two
and could be the winner of
a very nice sewing machine
that was donated to the Ex-
tension by Ruth Barnhill
from Crestview. The money
from this drawing will go to
the Family Resource of San-
ta Rosa County. Tickets are
$1.00 or 6 for $5.00.
As in the past the clubs will
offer a lunch at a reasonable
price and you will find a va-
riety of sweets for sale. Door
prizes will be given away ev-
ery hour on the hour.
This is the 27th year that
the homemakers of Santa
Rosa County have held this
event. The fair is open to all
crafters and if you want to re-
serve a table call the Exten-
sion Office at 623-3868.




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It would take more than ink and newsprint
and editorial bylines to adequately define and
properly portray a personality who has so
unselfishly dedicated herself, and in fact her
entire career, to the hometown Press Gazette, a
newspaper that has for more than a hundred years
served this community with dignity, honor, and an
unbiased presentation of area happenings.
From classified clerk to corporate officer,
b w Carolyn V. Barnes has for more than 40 years
e served this community through the Press Gazette,
behind the scenes, in an administrative and execu-
v tive support capacity, although rarely, if ever, in
any high-profiled situation. But over the years
people, whether they be advertisers or news
stringers, have come to know her personally and
rely on her as a valuable link among business,
editorial, and administrative events that have con-
tributed to the relaxing, "...it's a wrap" as the
Carolyn V. Barnes presses get ready to roll.

Carolyatnd WoodBarnes 0ats hrhi ae h eoe 2yaso e uyl
The daughter of George and Rosa Phillips,
Carolyn came to Milton in 1957 from Tuscaloosa,
Alabama with her faunily and on July 26, 1968 (three days before the First National Bank
fire that destroyed the downtown landmark) began a career with the Press Gazette that
continues today.
She and her husband Bill Barnes, who was born and raised in the Harold community,
have two sons who have notable careers of their own, one of which is in Santa Rosa
County law enforcement. Having served under five publishers, including Al Leonard, Jim
Martin, Jimmie Hill, Michael Coulter, and Jim Fletcher, Carol, as she is affectionately
known to both her friends and business associates, says that her capability of being able to
easily adapt to diverse ideas and management styles has definitely been to her advantage.
Looking back over the years, she says she can't think of a thing that she would have done
differently if given the chance.
Carol attends Woodbine Baptist Church in Pace. She devoted 12 years of her busy life
to Woodbine Baptist as its Treasurer, but eventually gave up the job to which, she says, she
couldn't devote the sufficient time it deserved. But she still serves whenever she can in
whatever capacity she is needed. Carol is not only a dedicated, loyal, and committed indi-
vidual and employee, but a competent, gracious, and attractive lady who we are happy to
salute for her continuing contribution to the community through her affiliation with the
Press Gazette. Carol, this is your day. The community is lucky to have had you around for
40 years. Although another 40 is asking too much, we want you around for as long as we
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Mayor: November is
Hospice Month
Crestview Mayor David
Cadle helped some of Cove-
nant Hospice's 60 local volun-
teers and staff members kick
off National Hospice Month
by joining them for breakfast
Wearing the purple and
green ribbon that helps cre-
ate awareness and outreach
of end-of-life care, Cadle
took a few minutes to thank
his hosts and let them know,
from first-hand experience,
the importance of their work.
He then invited Covenant
Hospice's local director, Pat
Dingess, tojoin him as he pro-
claimed November National
Hospice Month in Crestview.

Nearly 40 percent vote
early in Santa Rosa
Santa Rosa County Super-
visor of Elections Ann Boden-
stein said early voting ended
with a record turnout.
"The total ballots cast in the
earlyvoting session was 40,664.
Out of those, 26,264 were early
votes and 14,400 were absen-
tee votes," she said.

Santa Rosa County has
about 107,000 registered vot-
ers, Bodenstein said. She said
she expects voter turnout to
approach 80 percent this year.

Man suffers gunshot
to right biceps
Billie Franklin Shirah II,
41, of 876 Shoemaker Drive,
suffered a single gunshot
wound to the biceps area
of his right arm shortly af-
ter 9 p.m. Sunday, said a
spokesman for the DeFliniak
Springs Police Department.
Shirah was transported
to North Okaloosa Medical
Center for treatment of his
Authorities provided no
additional information on the
incident. Anyone with infor-
mation about the shooting is
asked to call the DeFuniak
Springs Police Department
at (850) 892-8511.

Silver Sands holding
holiday job fair
Silver Sands Factory Stores
will hold a holidayjob fair from
10 a.m. to 9 p.m. Wednesday
The job fair also will be held
Nov. 12 and Nov. 19.
Part-time and full-time job
opportunities of all experience
levels are available, said Traci
Stokes, marketing director for
Silver Sands.
With more than 100 design-
er factory stores, Silver Sands
is one of the area's largest
More information is avail-
able by visiting www.silver-
sandoutlet.com. or calling
(850) 654-9771, ext. 1.

Gourmet Entrees to Go
not gone, owner says
Gourmet Entrees to Go be-
gan as a Destin catering busi-
ness, and now it is returning
to its roots, owner Kevin Adair
Adair closed the restau-
rant, which sits next to Target,
a few weeks ago, but the cater-
ing and lunch delivery side still
is in business, he said, running
out of the restaurant kitchen.
"It's for a variety of rea-
sons, the economic downturn
was part of it," Adair said. "We
will (reopen) once the econo-
my turns around."
Adair said he also had had
problems with the restaurant

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Pursuant to Florida Statutes 197.3632 (3)(a),
Santa Rosa County gives this notice that it
intends to utilize the uniform method of col-
lecting non-ad valorem assessments. Such
assessments may be made in any portion of
Santa Rosa County and may be utilized for
road paving or construction, road impact con-
struction, storm water improvements, fire
protection, sanitary sewer construction,
potable water, canal maintenance, street
lighting, fire hydrant installation, or any other
purpose authorized by law. A public hearing
to adopt a resolution authorizing the uniform
method of collecting non-ad valorem assess-
ments will be held on December 11, 2008, at
9:30 a.m., in the Santa Rosa County Admin-
istrative Center, Commissioners Meeting,
Room, 6495 Caroline Street, Milton, Florida. I

premises that he had not
been able to resolve with the
landlord, so he was looking at
other locations.

Daniels Family
planning reunion
The Daniels Family and
Friends Reunion will be held
at the Eastpoint firehouse at
noon Saturday.
The five Daniels children,
Roy, Steve, Iva, Joyce and
Laurene, grew up in the tiny
hamlet of Farmdale, located
on what is now Tyndall Air
Force Base. With the creation
of the air base in the 1940s,
Farmdale was dismantled,
and the residents relocated,
by the federal government.
Each of the four surviving
Daniels siblings, all in their
80s or 90s, lives alone.
Organizers this year are
asking everyone to bring
something to share with
troops in Iraq, together with
a traditional covered dish.
For more information, call
Sarah Daniels Phillips in St.
Petersburg at (727) 347-2390.

Gulf Coast early voting
tops 50 percent
Folks in Gulf County have
avoided today's anticipated
rush, with 50 percent of the
county's registered voters
having cast ballots in early
As of Monday, more than
2,100 voters had taken advan-
tage of early voting to cast
ballots in Port St. Joe, while
in Wewahitchka the number
was roughly 1,200. Voters con-
tinued to steadily stream into
both early voting locations
during the last hours of early
In addition, Supervisor of
Elections Linda Griffin's of-
fice sent out 1,604 absentee
ballots, with 1,250 already
returned and voters having
until the polls close today to
submit the absentees.
With more the 4,550 votes
cast, just more than 50 per-
cent of the county's 9,036 reg-
istered voters had made their
choices before today's voting.

CERT training set for
Saturday this month
Okaloosa County Commu-
nity Emergency Response
Team (CERT) will hold train-
ing sessions from 8:30 a.m. to
4:30 p.m. Nov. 8, 15 and 22 at
Northwest Florida State Col-
lege in Niceville, Building Q.
People can register online
at www.okaloosa-cert-team.
org/Sign_Up.html. For more
information, call Jennifer
Tindall at (850) 243-0315 or e-
mail CERT@united-wayorg.
The CERT program trains
people in basic disaster re-
sponse skills so they can as-
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Pancake breakfast to
benefit Fisher House
The Fisher House of the
Emerald Coast at Eglin Air
Force Base, scheduled for
completion next year, is the
beneficiary of a pancake
breakfast this weekend in
Fort Walton Beach.
The Magnolia Grill will
host the breakfast from 7:30-
10 a.m. Saturday. Tickets are
$5 and can be purchased at
the door or in advance at the
restaurant or at 307 Boatner
Ave., Suite 114, on Eglin.
All proceeds will be do-
nated to the Fisher House, a
"home away from home" for
families of patients receiv-
ing care at military medical

Boy Scout troop
receives $5,000 grant
Chipley's Boy Scout Troop
39 on Saturday was given a
$5,000 check at the Legends
in the Fall event at Falling
Waters State Park.
Scott Sweeney with the
State Park Service invited
the Scouts on stage at the
opening of the event so they
could be recognized by the
AT&T Pioneers for their
community service.
In early March, the troop
applied for an AT&T Cares
grant that was to be award-
ed to only one group in Flor-
ida for 2008. The troop had
to compete with applicants
from Miami, Jacksonville
and Orlando for the award.

Cancer Support Group
meeting set for Nov. 11
A Cancer Support Group
meeting is scheduled for 5:30
p.m. Nov. 11 at Doctors Me-
morial Hospital's new con-
ference room.
Cancer patients and their
families are encouraged to
attend. For more informa-
tion, call (850) 547-9031 or
(850) 547-8078.

Three more burglary
charges added
Three additional counts
of burglary were added
to five counts a local man
already faced, police said
David Lee Atkinson was
arrested in October on five
counts of burglary after
break-ins at three business-
es and twice at a church, po-
lice said. Further investiga-
tions revealed Atkinson also
was responsible for three
other business burglaries
from August to October, ac-
cording to the Panama City
Police Department.

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Wednesday, November 5, 2008


Softball Meeting: The City of Milton Parks
and Recreation Department is holding four public
meetings to discuss the possibility of a girl's fast-
pitch softball league. Meetings will be held at the
Milton Community Center, 5629 Byrom Street, and
will begin at 6 p.m. on November 10,17 and 24. Par-
ents who want their daughters ages 8 to 14 to play,
should attend. Individuals interested in coaching
or helping organize the program are also welcome.
For additional information, contact John Norton at
983-5466 ext. 203.

Costume Party/Dance: The East Milton Youth
Association is hosting a costume party and dance
for kids grades sixth through eighth on Nov. 1 from
6 p.m.. to 10 p.m. at the East Milton Recreational
Gymnasium. There is a $5 entry fee and concession
will be for sale. Chaperones will be on site and wear
your costume. For more information, call 336-3498.

Blackwater Saddle Club: The Blackwater Sad-
dle Club will hold their monthly speed show Nov. 8
at the East Milton Arena at the East Milton Recre-
ation Park. Sign ups start at 10 a.m. with the show
getting underway at 11 a.m. Proof of negative cog-
gins is a must. There will be five different events
in six different classes, which riders competiting in
pole bending, Texas barrel weave, Blackwater "T",
barrel race, and arena race
The public is invited to watch and cheer us on,
but you must have own horse to run events. For
more information visit: Blackwatersaddleclub.com

Motorcycle run: The Ride to Stop the Hurt will
be Nov. 9 at the Home Depot in Pace. Proceeds from
this ride will benefit the Santa Rosa Kids House to
help heal and prevent child abuse in Santa Rosa
County. Registration for this event will get under-
way at 8:30 a.m. with bikes leaving for a tour thru
Northern Santa Rosa County at 10 a.m. Registra-
tion is $20 and includes bike and riders entry fee
and meal. Pins will be given to the first 200 regis-
trants. For more information, call 983-4442.

Golf Tournament: Area golfers are encour-
aged to join the Santa Rosa County Whiting Fliers
Golf Association Veterans Memorial Golf Classic on
Nov. 14 at the NAS Whiting Field Golf Course. Pro-
ceeds will benefit the Emerald Coast Honor Flight
Santa Rosa County Initiative to send local World
War II veterans on the next Honor Flight in April
as well as future flights. Registration begins at 10
a.m. with a four-man scramble and shotgun start at
11 a.m., followed by a post golf reception. The tour-
nament features cash prizes for first, second and
third place teams as well as "closest to the pin" and
"longest drive" awards. The deadline to register for
the tournament is Nov. 7. Registration forms can
be found at www.srcvets.org or by calling (850) 626-
7292. Donations in any amount can also be made
directly to the Santa Rosa County Veterans Memo-
rial-Honor Flight fund, at 5191 C Willing St, Milton,
FL 32570. All donations are tax deductible.

Miracle Strip Volleyball Academy is seeking
players for the 2009 Club season. Girls 8-18 of all
skill levels are invited to participate. A Player/Par-
ent information meeting will be held Thursday, No-
vember 6th, 6:00pm at the HealthPlex on Hwy 77
and Baldwin. Are you interested? Contact Robin
Smith at 850-784-9899 or MSVAvolleyball@hot-

Garcon Point Bridge Run: The Santa Rosa Ed-
ucation Foundation is partnering with Mediacom
to announce its inaugural "Connecting Education
in Santa Rosa County" Garcon Point Bridge Run.
The special event for children and adults supports
programs like Take Stock in Children scholarships,
teacher grants, Little Red Schoolhouse Teacher
Supply Depot, and recognition of teachers and stu-
dent 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.

Rodeo: The Dixie Darters Drill Team will be
hosting a rodeo Nov. 22 at the East Milton Recre-
ation Park. The Little Wranglers Rodeo events will
begin at 2 p.m. and include Barrel Race, Goat Unty-
ing, Pole Bending, Steer riding, flag race, goat ty-
ing, and team roping.
The rodeo is set to begin at 7 p.m. and will in-
clude 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
deadline for events is Nov. 14.

Futbol Club of Santa Rosa Fall Soccer Reg-
istration: Registration is currently ongoing for
the fall recreational season, online registration is
available at the FCSR website www.fcsantarosa.
com. Registration fees range from $100 to $125,
there is an additional fee for team jersey. Individu-
als interested in coaching or assisting can sign up
on the volunteer page while registering their child
or email viceprsident@fcsantarosa.com. More in-
formation on the recreational and select soccer
programs is available on the club website.

Pace Library Sports Raffle: Friends of the
Pace Library will be raffling off various sports
items to add a children's activity room to the Pace
Some of the items you could win include a Eli
Manning signed Giants football, an Emmitt Smith
signed Cowboys helmet, a Travis Fryman signed
baseball, Boo Weekley signed hat and picture, Hal-
ey Millsaps signed hat and picture, Danny Wuerffel
signed mini-helmets, and much more.

Ticket sales are underway for $10 each or six for
$50. The raffle ends Nov. 29.

More activities can be found at www.srpressga-
zette.com. Look for the box called 'Things to Do'.
There you can check on activities by zip code or
activity. And you are also more than welcome to en-
ter your events there as well.

Fish & Wildlife REPORT

This report represents some
events the Florida Fish and
Wildlife Conservation Commis-
sion (FWC) handled Oct. 24 to
Oct. 30 in the Northwest Flori-
da Region; however, it does not
include all actions taken by the
Division of Law Enforcement.


On Oct. 26, Officer Keith
Clark was on water patrol con-
ducting federal and state fisher-
ies enforcement. While patrol-
ling the Pensacola Pass area,
he observed a 24-foot long ves-
sel returning from the Gulf of
Mexico. Officer Clark stopped
the boat with two occupants on-
board, a father and his seven-
year-old daughter. During the
safety equipment inspection,
Officer Clark observed signs
the boat had been engaged in
fishing that day. The owner/op-
erator told Officer Clark that he
had just bought the boat and
was "just trying it out". When
Officer Clark asked to look in the
cooler on the deck, the operator
stated, as he lifted the lid, "Oh,
I was just kidding, here are four
red snapper." He went on to
claim his daughter caught two
of the four snapper. The daugh-
ter told Officer Clark, "Daddy
lied." The operator was issued
a notice to appear citation for
the violation.


On Oct. 24, an FWC Officer
on routine land patrol in the
west end of Eglin Air Force
Base Wildlife Management
Area discovered some youths
in a sand pit just north of the
Holley community. One vehicle
driver was issued a citation for
driving without a license and a
citation for being in the man-
agement area after legal hours.

On Oct. 27, Officers Gary
Ridaught and Andy Berrey re-
sponded to assist Santa Rosa
County Search and Rescue per-
sonnel regarding an overdue
boater on Escambia Bay during
an extremely cold, windy day.
The boater apparently was fish-
ing from a platform on the bay

near the 1-10 Bridge when his
vessel, a small pontoon boat,
escaped its mooring and drifted
away. The missing boater was
successfully located, as was his
drifting vessel.

On Oct. 28, Officer Royce
Johnson and Captain Mary
Sumner received a favorable
ruling during a suppression
hearing regarding a boating un-
der the influence (BUI) arrest
fromJuly4,2007. The defendant
had two prior driving under the
influence arrests and was on
pre-trail release concerning the
BUI. Judge Hilliard ruled that
the FWC officers' stop of the de-
fendant was valid and support-
ed by case law. After receiving
the news, the defendant pled to
the BUI charge and was given
fines, penalties and judgment
on the spot.


On Oct. 25, OfficerAlan Kirch-
inger observed a subject hunt-
ing over bait within the Black-
water Wildlife Management
Area near Edie Cotton Road.
Officer Kirchinger observed the
hunter use white oak acorns
and swamp oak acorns on a
red oak ridge. This hunter had
been charged twice before for
hunting over bait. Officer Kirch-
inger seized a Matthews DXT
compound bow as result of the
case. Subsequent to the case, a
wildlife technician and forestry
specialist have examined the
area and provided statements
supporting that the acorns could
not have come from the trees in
the area.

On Oct. 26, Lt. Mark Hollin-
head and Officer Van Barrow
checked individuals dove hunt-
ing after observing them picking
up their dove and preparing to
leave the field. An inspection of
the hunters' game bags and ve-
hicles revealed two of them were
in possession of over the daily
bag limit of dove. Both subjects
were cited for possession of over
the daily bag limit of dove.

On October 26, Officer Van
Barrow received a complaint
regarding a deer that was shot

in a field at night around the Es-
cambia Farms area. The com-
plainant provided a tag number
to a vehicle that entered the
field to retrieve the deer after
it had been shot. The Alabama
tag number identified the sus-
pect from Brewton, Alabama.
Lt. Mark Hollinhead and Officer
Barrow met with an Alabama
Fish and Wildlife Officer who
assisted them with the inves-
tigation which resulted in the
vehicle being located and the
suspect identified. The Alabama
Fish and Wildlife Commission
are attempting to locate and in-
terview the suspect.

On Oct. 27, Officer Matt Webb
observed a subject hunting over
bait from a tree stand on Eglin
Air Force Base Wildlife Manage-
ment Area. Lt. Hollinhead and
Officer Webb located the baited
area a few days earlier. The sub-
ject was cited for attempting to
take deer over bait on a wildlife
management area.

On Oct. 2, Officers Woody
Cook and John Allen worked
in the Womack Creek Wildlife
Management Area looking for
baited areas in preparation for
the upcoming archery season.
One area, baited with soy beans
and corn and with a tree stand
placed directly in front of the bait,
was located by the officers. On
October 22, Officer Cook and Lt.
Charlie Wood checked the baited
area and tree stand and found a
female archer in the stand hunt-
ing five steps from the bait. The
archer admitted to placing the
bait and possessed soy beans
within her vehicle. She was is-
sued citations for placing bait in
a wildlife management area and
hunting over bait in a wildlife
management area.

On Oct. 26, Officer John Al-
len worked migratory bird hunt-
ers on Little St. George Island.
Officer Allen inspected eight
dove hunters and issued one ci-
tation to a hunter for not having
a valid resident hunting license.

On Oct. 27, Officers Woody
Cook and Don Walker worked
an oyster detail on the west side
of Apalachicola Bay. The offi-
cers boarded twelve vessels and
issued two citations to a com-

mercial harvester for not hav-
ing a valid Saltwater Products
License or Apalachicola Bay
Harvest Permit.


A large search and rescue
operation was conducted in the
Pine Log Wildlife Management
Area after a Bay County man
failed to return to his truck af-
ter bow hunting. Ground units
were comprised of Lieuten-
ants Hampton Yates and Jay
Chesser and Officers Warren
Walsingham, Mike Nobles, Jim
Moore, David Brady, Dennis
Palmer, Larry Morris and Kathy
Jackson. They were assisted by
members of the Bay and Wash-
ington County Sheriff's Offices
and the Bay County Search and
Rescue Squad. Air searches
were conducted by FWC and
Bay County Sheriff's Office he-
licopters. The subject was lo-
cated the following day around
noon as he crossed Highway
79. He was checked by emer-
gency medical personnel and
was found to be exhausted and
somewhat disoriented, but oth-
erwise in good health.


Officer Warren Walsingham
located a baited dove field near
Vernon and observed four adults
and one juvenile taking dove
over bait and issued citations.
In addition, Officer Walsingham
issued two warnings for no mi-
gratory bird permit while con-
ducting the license checks.

OfficerLarryMorris respond-
ed to assist Officer Warren Wals-
ingham on the Choctawhatchee
River Wildlife Management Area
concerning possible hunting by
illegal methods during archery
season. The officers observed
two subjects using muzzleload-
ers during the archery season.
Citations for hunting with fire-
arms during archery season,
possession of cannabis and pos-
session of drug paraphernalia
were issued to both subjects. Of-
ficer Morris issued two warnings
for an expired hunting license
and no wildlife management
area permit


Special to the Press Gazette

The Florida Fish and Wild-
life Conservation Commission
(FWC) is offering a free hunter
safety Internet completion
course in Okaloosa County.
The course will be at the
Okaloosa County Extension
Office, 127 W Hollywood Blvd.
in Fort Walton Beach. Instruc-

tion will take place 6-10 p.m.
Nov. 19, with the firing range
section of the course sched-
uled for Nov. 22.
Individuals must complete
the Internet course before to
coming to class and are re-
quired to bring a copy of the
final report from the computer
portion of the course to be ad-

Children under 16 years of
age must be accompanied by
an adult at all times. Students
are encouraged to bring a pen-
cil and paper with them to take
The hunter safety course is
required for anyone born on or
after June 1,1975, to purchase
a Florida hunting license. The
FWC course satisfies hunter

safety training requirements
for all other states and Cana-
dian provinces.
People interested in attend-
ing this course can register
online and obtain information
about future hunter safety
classes at MyFWC.com/hun-
tered or by calling the FWC's
regional office in Panama City
at 850-265-3676.

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Teams look to peak with district meets


Schools from Escam-
bia and Santa Rosa County
converged at Sims Middle
School in Pace for the Esca-
Rosa Cross Country Cham-
pionships and there were
very few surprises as many
teams are looking to peak
with district meets sched-
uled for this Saturday.
On the girls' side Gulf
Breeze took the top spot
and the Santa Rosa team
title with 40 points followed
by Navarre (73), Washing-
ton (82), Pace (88), and Pine
Forest (99) rounding out the
top five.
Jay was just a tick off in

sixth place with 149 points
while Milton finished sev-
enth with 181 points.
Individual honors at the
meet went to Crystal Wa-
chob from Pine Forest who
covered the course in just
over 19-minutes and 11 sec-
onds ahead of Gulf Breeze
senior Emily Tryon.
Jay's Leely Trevino post-
ed a seventh place finish to
lead the Lady Royals as was
the top area runner in a time
of 20:33.91, while Pace's Au-
drey Carson stepped up and
earned a top-10 finish as she
crossed the line 10' overall
in 21:14.43.
Milton was led by fresh-
man Laura Nelson in 30"'
place overall in a time of

On the boys' side of the
meet it looked like Navarre's
Zak Boston was the person
to beat as he led he first two
miles before he was passed
by Donald Davis who busted
the tape at 15:53.45, to finish
five seconds ahead of Bos-
Darrin Carr, a freshman,
crossed the line 12"' for
Milton in a time of 16:53.89
and was closely followed by
Pace's Ryan Labombard in a
time of 17:00.86.
Carr would also earn hon-
ors as the highest finishing
freshman for the entire event.
James Whitehead would
cross the line first for Jay
in 24t' place with a time of
Washington finished first

in the team standings with
55 points while Pine Forest
was second with 66. Round-
ing out the top five were Na-
varre, the Santa Rosa cham-
pion (70), Pensacola Catholic
(87), and Pace (141).
Milton finished sixth
overall as a team with (191)
points followed by Jay in
seventh with 206 points.
The Class A district meet
involving Jay this year will
be held Saturday in Talla-
hassee, while the Class 2A
and Class 3A District meets
will be held at Sims Middle
School with the first race
getting underway at 8 a.m.
The FHSAA is requiring
all district hosts to charge
$5 per person to attend the

ON YOUR MARKS: A trio of runners with the Jay girls' cross
country squad make their move past a runner from Pace
in the Esca-Rosa Cross Country Championship Saturday
at Sims Middle School.

Royals dine

on Gators

Photos by BILL GAMBLIN | Press Gazette
FAKE OUT: Pace quarterback Aaron Munoz fakes a handoff to fullback Tyler Hunt during Friday's
loss to Daphne (Ala.) High. The Patriots are 5-4 heading into their final game of the season after
the 48-20 loss.

ice experiences



By Josh Weinfuss
Florida Freedom Newspapers

hitchka coach Todd Lanter
knew all about Jay wide re-
ceiver Dale Barlow's speed.
It took his team less than
7 minutes into Friday's 42-20
loss in a District 1-lA game
to find out.
Barlow got behind the Ga-
tors' secondary for a 20-yard
touchdown pass from quar-
terback Stephen Brabham
to put Jay up 6-0. On Jay's
next possession, Barlow ran
away for a 73-yard TD recep-
tion and the Royals (5-3, 4-2)
led 12-6.
"We were intimidated
by him on defense," Lanter
said. "Not to take anything
away from him, and his
quarterback put it right on
the money, but we allowed
some of that to happen."
Three of Barlow's four
receptions produced touch-
downs and he finished with
107 yards. Brabham was 12
of 20 for 216 yards and four
On the possession after
the Royals' first TD, Wewa-
hitchka quarterback Cody
Wade hit Chris Peak for a 69-
yard touchdown pass to even

the game at 6-6.
Wade finished with 240
yards, three touchdowns
and two interceptions on 11
of 28 passing.
The Gators (3-5, 2-4)
turned the ball over on their
first two possessions, once
when Wade threw an inter-
ception and another when
Chance Knowles fumbled.
Wade threw his second
touchdown pass to open the
second quarter, finding Billy
Peak for a 5-yard pass to
even the game at 12-12.
From there, the Gators
gave up 30 unanswered
points. It didn't help that
Josh Lollie and Jonathan
Knobles were unable to fin-
ish the game. Lollie injured
his ankle in the first quarter
while blocking Jay's first
point-after attempt. Knobles
left the game with a deep
thigh bruise that bothered
him all week.
With an even younger
team than normal on the
field, the Gators gave up 115
yards and a touchdown to
Jay running back Rush Hen-
Wade's final TD pass was
a 65-yard pass and catch to
Knowles, who caught four
passes for 113 yards.

Pace's trip to Daphne was certainly no treat for
the Patriots.
After claiming the District 1-4A title, they were
completely dominated by the Trojans in a 48-20
The host Trojans only had to punt the ball on
one occasion just before halftime and then turned
the ball over on downs late in the
S h fourth quarter scored every time
See the they touched the ball.
final regular For Pace they quickly fell be-
season gcfme hind 21-0 before getting on the
of the Patriots scoreboard when Greg Peranich
live via pay boomed a 27 yard field goal
per view. through the uprights to make it
For more 21-3 with 10:35 in the first half.
information Daphne would go up 34-3 in the
go to www. first half before Peranich would
psblive.com. kick a 37 yard field goal with less
than one second on the clock to
make it 34-6.
"I take full responsibility for
this loss," said Pace head coach Mickey Lindsey.
"We got out executed and outplayed. I didn't do my
job and I take full responsibility for this loss.
"The distance or travel has nothing to do with
how we play. We have got to execute better no mat-
ter where we play."
Pace would score their first touchdown when
Aaron Munoz dialed up Tyler Bousson from 15 yards
out with 3:21.
Down 41-13 Pace would battle, but the Trojans
were bigger, stronger, and faster.
Pace would score one more touchdown when Ty-
ler Hunt rumbled in from seven yards out to make it
41-20 with 1:18 left in the game.
Then on the very next play Rodrick Pate re-
turned the Peranich kick 98 yards for another Tro-
jans touchdown.
Munoz finished the night with 212 yards passing
with 147 of those yards coming from six completions
to Bousson.
The biggest scare of the night came on Pace's

PASSED OUT: Aaron Munoz attempts to pass
against the quick and speedy Daphne
defensive unit in Friday's 48-20 loss to the

third play of the game.
Trojan linebacker acted as the welcome wagon
the first time Munoz dropped backed to pass and
leveled the quarterback.
Munoz had to be helped off the field, but would
return on the next series of downs.
Daphne quarterback Robert Cooper ran for 96
yards on six carries and two touchdowns in the first
quarter finished the night with 106 yards passing.
Pace will take to the road next week as they will
visit Ruston (La.) High to close out their regular
For those who can't make it to the game it will be
available on pay per view from Panhandle Sports
Pre-orders are $8.50 and day of the game will be
$10 to see all the action live.
For more information go to www.psblive.com.

The Dawgs day

Florida Freedom Newspapers

The Dawgs finally tracked
down the Cats.
The Milton football pro-
gram's six years of domina-
tion against Crestview ended
with a 35-10 loss Friday night
at Jack Foster Stadium.
"Crestview played well,"
Milton coach Mike McMillion
said. "They paid their dues
this season, played a lot of
good football teams, and to-
night was their night."
The Panthers had beaten
the Dawgs seven consecutive
times since CHS edged Mil-
ton in a classic 2002 regional
championship game.
"(Milton) hadn't forgotten
it and gets pretty inspired ev-
ery year against us, but our
kids played hard. Defensively
we played real well," Crest-
view coach Matt Brunson
The Dawgs (4-4) made
sure this Halloween night
would not belong to the Cats
in black and gold.
Crestview scored on its
first three possessions to
take control of the contest.
The Dawgs turned a pair of
Panther turnovers into touch-
downs early in the second half
to turn the game into a rout.
The Dawgs knew it was
their night when Ben Baber

scooped up a Milton fumble
on the second play of the sec-
ond half and charged 43 yards
for a TD to make it 28-10.
Jordan Glover again car-
ried the load for Crestview's
offense. Glover finished with
161 yards on 29 carries and
three touchdowns.
Glover got plenty of help.
Jerry Siler showed the Daw-
gs meant business with a 40-
yard return of the opening
kickoff. Chris Pickett scored
Crestview's first TD on a 40-
yard run that featured a nifty
cutback on the right sideline.
A Keyshawn Thomas in-
terception set up Crestview's
final TD.
The Dawg defense limited
Milton to 97 rushing yards -
59 of those yards on one play
- and 265 total yards.
"I think Crestview played
a heck of a ballgame," McMil-
lion said. "They ran the ball
very well, and we made far
too many mistakes to beat a
good football team."
Eric Hudson scored the
Panthers' only touchdown on
a 17-yard pass play early in
the second quarter. Hudson
recovered his own fumble
end the end zone to bring Mil-
ton within 14-7.
Milton faces Tate on Fri-
day, with the winner advanc-
ing to the FHSAA playoffs as
the District 1-4A runner-up.

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Veterans' thunder rolls through area

BILL GAMBLING j Press Gazette
A DAY TO REMEMBER: America's Greatest Generation, veterans from World War II, are just a few of those who will be honored and remembered on Veterans Day.


Veterans Day is quickly
approaching and with it is the
Second Annual Thunder Ride
across Santa Rosa County.
This year's event will get
started on Friday with a steak
dinner for all pre-registered
riders at the Elks Lodge on
Highway 90 in Milton followed
by a candlelight vigil at the
Santa Rosa County Veterans
Plaza in Milton.
Saturday will involve the
ride itself with registration
getting started at 7 a.m. and
gets underway at 9 a.m.
The fee for this ride is
$10 per rider and will get
underway at the Santa
Rosa County Administra-
tion Building parking lot.
Saturday's Thunder ride
route will leave the Santa
Rosa County Offices and
turn right onto Highway 90
and east to Stewart Street.
At Stewart Street they
will turn left and proceed to
Munson Highway and turn
right. The ride will follow
Munson Highway to State
Route 4, where they will
turn left to Jay In Jay they
will turn left on Commerce
Street followed by a quick
right on Spring Street.
They will then follow
Spring Street to the end and
then turn right onto Chu-
muckla Highway.
Bikers will take Chu-
muckla Highway to Five
Points, where they will turn
left and head to Highway
From there they will turn
left at the light and head east
back towards the Elks Lodge.
Sunday will be an optional
ride on Sunday that will be
unescorted from the Milton
Elks Lodge to the Pensacola
Wall South.
The optional ride will de-
part at 9 a.m.
For more information on
the Veterans Thunder Ride
contact Ken Mabie through
the Milton Elks Lodge.
All of the upcoming Veter-
ans Day are:

FridayNoveniber 7- Can-
dle Light Vigil at 8 p.m. at

CEREMONY: Honor Guards, like this one from
upcoming Veteran's Day Ceremonies.

Santa Rosa County Veterans
Plaza, 5178 Willing Street in
Milton. Candles will be pro-

Saturday. November 8-
Second Annual Veterans
Thunder Ride. Registra-
tion at 7 a.m., ride begins
at 9 a.m. at the Santa Rosa
County Administration
Building parking lot, regis-
tration $10 per rider. Motor-
cycles only please. Enjoy the
80 mile ride through Santa
Rosa County starting at the
County Administration Com-
plex on Highway 90 & Dog-
wood Drive via Munson, Jay,
Pace and ending at the Elks
Lodge where Hamburgers
and Hot Dogs will be served
to participants. This ride
will be fully escorted by the
Milton Police & Santa Rosa
County Sheriff Office.

Sunday. November 9-
Optional Ride begins at 9
a.m., departing from Milton
Elks Lodge #2377 located
at East Highway 90 in Pace
and ride to Pensacola Wall
South. (Unescorted) A vol-
untary donation for the Con-
nect- Vet, Veterans helping
Veterans will be accepted.

Monday November 10-
Pace High School "Brand-
ed with Honor" program
at 1 p.m., in the Pace
Highs School gymnasium.

Whiting Field, will be a part of the

BILL GAMBLING | Press Gazette
SALUTE: NAS Whiting Field Commander Enrique Sadsad
salutes the raising of the American Flag during a recent
veterans ceremony held at the Santa Rosa Veteran's Me-
morial Plaza.

Appreciation program hon-
oring veterans, active duty
military, reservists, first
responders, and public ser-
vants. Reception following
in Freedom Hall. For more
information, contact Stepha-
nie Jernigan Watson at (850)
995-3600, Ext.1173.

Tuesday. November 11
Veterans Day Commenim-
orative Ceremony at 11
a.m. American Legion Post
382 and VFW Post 11367 will
host a ceremony at the Na-
varre Park Memorial locat-
ed at 8543 Navarre Parkway
with guest speaker Lieu-
tenant General Michael W
Wooley (USAFRET). A flag
retirement ceremony will be

held following the ceremony
at American Legion Post
382 located at 1850 Luneta
Street in Navarre. The pub-
lic is welcome to bring flags
they would like to retire and
a drop box is located at the
post for those unable to at-

Santa Rosa County Vet-
erans Day Parade at 10 a.m.
beginning at Milton High
School, ending at the Santa
Rosa County Veterans Plaza
at 5178 Willing Street, Milton.
Parade will be lead by the
Whiting Field Color Guard.
All organizations are encour-
aged to participate. Fbr more
information, contact Bill Al-
len at (850) 623-5874.

OLD GLORY: Veterans all throughout history have fought to
protect Old Glory which is poudly marched into one of
the recent ceremonies to honor our veterans.

Veterans Day Ceremo-
ny at 11 a.m. at the Santa
Rosa County Veterans Plaza
located at 5178 Willing Street
in Milton. The ceremony
will feature guest speaker.
Captain Jamie L. Vandiver,
USN Traywing 5 Deputy

Unveiling of a new mon-
ument depicting the battle
of Iwo Jima, noon at the
Santa Rosa County Veterans
Memorial Plaza located at
5178 Willing Street in Mil-

The Veterans Day Pic-
nic following the Veterans
Day Ceremony and monu-
ment unveiling, hosted by 4-
H at the Santa Rosa County
Veterans Memorial Plaza lo-
cated at 5178 Willing Street
in Milton.

IN MEMORIAL: During the
celebration individuals try
to find the brick of a loved
one that has been pur-
chased and placed inside
the memorial plaza.


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This free seminar will cover
the latest treatments for lung
cancer. Expert panelists will
also discuss side effects man-
agement, and tools to over-
come the social and emotional
challenges of the diagnosis.
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registration, call Patsy Malley
at 850-478-5864 (LUNG).

City of Milton
notice of meeting
The City of Milton's City
Council will meet in Regu-
lar Session on Monday, No-
vember 10, 2008, at 5 p.m. in
Council Chambers of City
Hall, 6738 Dixon Street. For
further information on the
meeting, contact the City
Manager's Office at 983-5411.

Ladies Auxiliary yard
The Ladies of the Veterans
of Foreign Wars, Post 4833 lo-
cated on Carroll Road (just off
Avalon) will be holding their
fall yard sale on Friday, No-
vember 7 from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m.
and Saturday, November 8
from 8 a.m. until noon. All pro-
ceeds go to support our Vet-
erans Outreach Programs.
We will also have fudge, cook-
ies and walking tacos for
sale. Please help to support
our Veterans Outreach Pro-
grams. For more information
call Barbara at 626-4095.

NARFE monthly
The National Active and
Retired Federal Employees
(NARFE), Chapter 917, will
hold their regular monthly
meeting Thursday, Novem-
ber 6, 2008, at 10:45 a.m. at
Ryan's Restaurant, Highway
90, Pace. Our speaker will be
Bob Shaw, Representative
from Blue Cross and Blue
Shield speaking on changes
for the coming year in health
coverage. All active or retired
federal employees are en-
couraged to attend. For more
information contact Dorothy
Griggers at 626-2569 or e-mail

at the Movies"
Santa Rosa Medical Cen-
ter is offering a monthly Af-
ternoon at the Movies on
Thursday, November 6 at
3:00 p.m. in the Locklin Edu-
cation Center located behind
the hospital. There is no cost
so bring your friends and join
us for a great time.
The movie will be "Carol
Burnett." If you should need

Wednesday, November 5, 2008


additional information call

Emerald Coast
Bead Society
The Emerald Coast Bead
Society presents their annual
Holiday Show December 6,
2008, at The Wright Place, 80
East Wright Street, Pensaco-
la. Hours are 9:00 a.m. to 5:00
p.m. and admission is free.
Items to be featured are glass,
lamp work and dichroic beads,
findings, finished jewelry, ba-
tik clothing and articles, mac-
rame' items, wire-wrapped
jewelry, soft-sculpture dolls,
purses, decorated gourds,
pottery, paintings and other
artwork all made by the mem-
bers of the Emerald Coast
Bead Society. Come check out
the excellent variety of beads
and gifts available for your se-
lection. For further informa-
tion please contact Mary Jor-
dan at 850-455-6109 or email

Great American
Navy Smoke Out
November 20 from 6 a.m.
to 2 p.m. at Naval Hospital
Pensacola the Anti-smoking
mascot 'Cigi Butts' greets
guests at the main entrance.
First floor clinic mezzanine
filled with information and
assistance regarding tobac-
co cessation and safety for
Department of Defense-eli-
gible families.

Art Association will
celebrate 44 years
The Santa Rosa Art Asso-
ciation will celebrate forty-four
years of promoting visual arts
in Santa Rosa County Florida
with a holiday spectacular
Members' Show and Sale enti-
tled "ARTFEST" on Saturday,
Dec. 13th, 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. at
the Bagdad Community Cen-
ter on the corner of Pooley
and School streets in historic
Bagdad, Florida. Throughout
the day, artists and artisans
will be demonstrating wood
crafting, jewelry making, pot-
tery, calligraphy pen and ink
drawing, painting, needle
felting and more. The show
is a perfect opportunity for
the purchase of original art
for holiday gifts. Food, home-
baked goods and hot and cold
beverages will be available
all day. Admission is free. For
more information, contact
626-2474 or visit wwwSanta-

Lowe and Shore

Robert and Gail Lowe
of Milton, FL are pleased to
announce the engagement
of their daughter, Zoe' Faith
Lowe to Britt Michael Shore,
son of Dale and Michelle Shore
of Pace, FL.
Zoe' is the granddaughter
of John and Melva Ely of
Vancleave, MS and the late
Robert Lowe of Milton, FL
and Pat Lowe of Gulfport, FL.
Britt is the grandson of James
and Ann Dunnam of Pace, FL
and Bob and Barbara Rawls of
Milton, FL.
Zoe' is a 2004 Milton
High School graduate. She
is currently attending the
University of West Florida and
is a Teacher Assistant at Sims
Middle School. Britt is a 2004
Pace High School graduate.
He is currently attending the
University of West Florida and
is working for Nabisco.
They are planning a garden
wedding for November 8,2008
at 2 p.m. at 12725 Scenic Lake
Drive in Jay Florida. The
reception will immediately
follow the ceremony. All
friends and family are invited
to attend.


F : : | jBusiness Network

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Tri cities chapter meets every Thursday

morning at 7am at Steven's Market Deli,

3988 Hwy. 90; Pace, Florida 32571. We encourage

area business professionals to visit our networking

meeting. Any questions contact Debbie Coon at


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Mr. Lester Black, Jr. and
Mrs. Bonnie Tolbert Black are
proud to announce the mar-
riage of their daughter, Ms.
Ashton Elizabeth to Nathan
Bryan Parker on November 8,
2008 at 2 p.m. in the afternoon
at Whitfield Assembly of God
Church, Hwy 87N.
Ashton is a 2008 Milton
High School graduate and a
2008 Pensacola Junior College
graduate. She plans to attend
medical school.
Bryan is a 2007 Jay High
School graduate. He is em-
ployed by Helmerich and
Payne International Drilling
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Nathan and Jessie Parker of
Jay, Florida.
The couple plans to honey-
moon in Tennessee. They will
reside in Jay for the present
All family and friends are
invited to attend this joyous oc-

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Hobbs Middle School HONOR ROLL

The following are thle stu
dents from Hobbs Middle School
who have attained A and A/B
Honor Roll status for the 1st
Nine Weeks of thle school year
2008-2009. Congratulations!
Sixth Grade A Honor Roll
De Juan Adams, Jordan Ar-
doin, Kayla Bastin. Catherine
Beaumont, Michael Beech, Kate-
lyn Beyers. Cayce Blackburn,
Mark Britton, Cameron Bush,
Angela Carter; Alec Catone, Brit-
tany Chism. Lakendra Cook, De-
van Daugette, Johnathon Dean,
Michael Draughn, Kaylee Ennis,
Delaney Evans, Kyra Faircloth,
Jayci Floyd, Kenneth Ford, Sashia
Gently, Patrick Greene, Jabari
Green, Savannah Greenquist, An-
drew Harris, Lauren Henderson,
Makyla Herrera, Tyler Hughes,
Gregory Hunt, Ti'roynei Jones,
Destiny Lawrence, Benjamin
Lowrimore, Morgan Lutz, Micah
McGaha. Sarra Merritt, Shane
Miller,; Trenton Moore, Jamil Mu-
hammad, Jordan Newman, Stefan
Pfister, Morgan Pollard, Jonathan
Pool, Autumn Rogers, Cecily Scott,
Brooke Simonds, Ryian Stull, Ty-
rie Wenig, Hannah Wingate, Gavin
Wiscaver, Alexis Worrell
Seventh Grade A Honor Roll
Cheyenne Andrew, Jeremy
Bailey, Rachel Bake;r, Daniel
Belcher, Alyssa Bramwell, Court-
ney Cale, Thomas Clifton, Jezreel
Dofita, Alexandra Emerson, Kan-
dace Jernigan. Tyler Kass, Zane
Lowe, Courtney Martin, Conner
McCreless, Keely McNeal, Ryan
Schaffer, Matthew Simmons, Jo-
seph Smith, Courtney Teuber,
Becca Turner.
Eighth Grade A Honor Roll
Abigail Beaumont, Jessica
Brown, Curtis Burgett, Benja-
min Gordon, Kaitlin Harp, Wil-
liam Harris, Kevin Hicks, Mark
Justice, Jacquelyn Kahle;r, Hai-
ley King, Adria Kokinos, Landly
Lowrimore, Dawn Martin, Mat-
thew McGaha, Haley McGuyre,
Thomas McMilion, David Moe,
Madison Phillips, Anna Pool, Jor-
danna Rebbeck, David Simoneau,
Dylan Thorpe, Hailey Vanderm-
out, Hunter Wingate.
Sixth Grade A/B Honor Roll
Kayla Adams, Edwin Alvara-
do, Kirstin Antijunti, Courtney
Arnaud, Tyler Belche;r, Brenden
Blevins, Allyssa Bowers, Brent
Bowman, Jasmine Boyce, Tay-
lar Brady, Joseph Brill, Michael
Broward, Jeremy Browder, Kayla
Brown, Anastasia Burrell, Shaina
Busby, Amanda Chambers, Mer-
rie Coates, Autumn Dean, Rob-
ert Douglas, Courtney Duncan,
Rebecca Earley, William Gibson,
Toni Gray, Tyquarius Green, Kay-
la Gregg, Destiny Hardy, Jeffrey
Head, Aniris Hiraldo, Breanna
White, Miranda Hodges, Deja Ho-
drick, Autumn Hofberger, Virgil
Holmes, Alexis Jackson, Sage
Janke, Ashly Johnson, Glenn
Karabin, Haley Kelso, Lologo
Letua, Stephanie Long, Victoria
Long, Thomas Lozano, Ashleigh
Lutz, Elaine Martin, Jacob Mar-
tir, Pedro Mateo, Malcohlm Mayes,
Ethan Mays, Jaleelia McCoy,
Reilly McDaniel, Gracey McDon-
ald, Bryton Melvin, Tiffany Mikas,
Haven Mize, Daniel Moulder, Ra-
fla Mughal, Brittani Pate, John
Payne, Christian Perry, William
Porter, Vincent Potate, Alexan-
dra Pruitt, Morgan Pursell, Af-
rica Ramirez-Shaner, Robert Ray,
Caitlin Reed, Kady Reed, Cody
Riley, Shelby Roberts, Damian
Sagiao, Nickolas Scheidel, Chey-
anne Seaman, Katherine Seward,
Austin Shepard, Arielle Slack,
Andrew Smith, Alexis Stewart,
Destiny Sullivan, Haleigh Vance,
Shawna Wallace, Kaitlyn Waller,
Summer Ward, Dominique Week-
ley, Benjamin West, Aunna Wil-
liams, Neena Williams.
Seventh Grade A/B Honor Roll
Brian Abenojar, Mariah Ard,
Kristyn Bailey, Randi Bass, Jack-
son Beasley, Calvin Beech, Katie
Belcher, Erin Bell, Brandon Boner,
Savanna Bradley, Melissa Briga-
no, Sarah Brock, Shiane Broward,
Michael Brown, Connor Burt, Sa-
mantha Byrd, Ashley Cahill, Vic-
toria Campbell, Dylan Clark, Mika
Connell, Micaela Cooley, Colleen
Courey, Daniel Crabtree, Madi-
son Crane, Sade Crosby, Kyndal
Davis, Nicholas Dinwiddie, Gra-
cen Drake, Taylor Dreher, Chris-
tina Drennan, Aaron Ellis, Allyson
Fagan, Amanda Fraser, Tiffanie
Fulton-Kennedy, Kendall FRqua,
Lindsey Gafford, Sydney Gilmore,
Bradley Graham, lan Hancock,
Grayson Harris, Matthew Hatlei;
Tabitha Haygood, Mason Hines,
Bradley Isakson, Lauren John-
ston, Mckaylah Jones, Preston
Kelley, William Kummer, Wes-
ley Layton, Tyler Lay, Kassara
Lozano, Jessica Martin, Ryan
McCutchen, Brandon McLin,

Megan Melendez, Alexis Metzlei;
Miles Michener, Emily Money,
Mercedes Moore, Alicia Morgan,
Bishop Morris, Adam Motes, Me-
kenzie Mountcastle, Elwyn Pace,

'Chandler l'adgett. Kierstin Pat-
terson., Saleen l'Person, Jaclyn
P'helps. ,Iaisa ldakhuba, Alana
Hamnos. Jacob Reed, Samantha
Heed. Alec liley, Alexis Rommel,
(Garretl Ruocco, Ilannalih Schrad-
er, Mckinnis Spadoni, Kayla Spen-
cer,; Montrae Spight, Sashiana
Straughn, Chance Thaxton, Apryl
T'\'ler,; Alexandra Tzagakis, David

Westry,. TaylorWhitle, Shelby Wil-
lett, Abbie Wilson, Conner Young.
Eighth Grade A/B Honor Roll
Sierra Adams, Veronica
Archer; Frank Bates, Tiffany
Blackmon, Sierra Black, Victoria
Blalock, Chelsea Bramnblett, Tris-
ten Brown, Kristian Brune, Coty

Carrier, Eliy.abethliClapmian,Kyle
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Dillard. Quinton Dobbs, Animeo
Drlicka, Katlin Earley, Gunnar
Gibson, Alexis Gorham, Mi-
randa Greei; Bradley Hardison,
Christian harp, Chance Hewitt,
Bethany Hicks, Christopher
Hohenstreet, Zachary Holzap-
fel, Shane Howell, Julia Hurst,

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Imanuel Baptist CHURCH UPDATE

The Music Ministry at
Immanuel Baptist Church
in Pace is looking forward
to several special events in
coming weeks.
The worship team from
Baptist Campus Ministries
at the University of West
Florida will be our special
guests on the evening of
November 9. We have host-
ed the BCM previously, and
we expect another great

time of worship with the
students. They will be shar-
ing the entire 6:00 p.m. wor-
ship hour.
Paul Fleming will be
back with us on November
23. Paul is a gifted singer
from St. Croix, and his mu-
sic is well described as
"contemporary with a de-
cidedly Caribbean flair." He
has been with us twice be-
fore. Paul will share briefly

inl the 10:30 AM worship ser-
vice and sing a full worship
concert on Sunday evening.
On December 7, our
Children's Choir will pres-
ent the full-length musical,
'Christmas Comes to Lone
Star Gulch.' This is the Wild
West story of a grumpy, can-
tankerous storekeeper who
finds a baby left on his door-
step. Will the infant make
a change in a hard man's

heart? Could be! The mu-
sic in this children's work is
happy and contagious... See
that Baby, One Small Child,
Gloria! When He Came,
and many more! Come and
share this Christmas expe-
rience with our children on
December 7, 6:00 PM.
We are looking forward
to the following weekend
as our Adult Christmas
Choir presents We Beheld

His Glory. The music in this
work is simply wonderful,
and the music will be well
complemented by several
drama presentations, in-
cluding the story of a young
college student who is look-
ing for answers. You will
enjoy looking at the many
differing perspectives on
Christmas. As always, we
will be sharing our annual
musical Christmas card.

Come and see We Beheld
His Glory, Saturday and
Sunday, December 13 and
14, at 6:00 p.m.
Music is always part of
our annual Christmas Eve
Candlelight Lord's Supper
Service. You are invited to
join us on Wednesday, De-
cember 24, at 5:00 p.m.
We welcome you to join
us each Sunday at 10:30 a.m.
and 6:00 p.m. for worship.

Chumuckla United Methodist holds Fish Fry

Come one, come all to the
Chumuckla United Method-
ist Church's Community Fish
Fry This Fish Fry will be
Saturday, November 8, 2008
beginning at 11 a.m. and go-
ing until 1 p.m. Mullet, baked
beans, coleslaw and hush pup-
pies will be served. This will

be the kickoff of the Building
FlRimds Drive for Chumuckla
As an added bonus there
will be a prize drawing for
a 270 WSM Winchester rife,
with scope; a 12-gauge shot-
gun, Stoeger Model, and a 410-
Gauge New England snake

tamer shotgun with a 19" 3"
chamber. There is a minimum
donation of $20 per ticket for a
chance on the guns.
The drawing will be held
the day of the fish fry. So get
your tickets from any of the
church members or from
Clint White at 554-8411. You

do not have to be present to
win. All winners must comply
with federal regulations to
obtain the gun. The guns are
on display at Scott's Outdoor
Sports, 3898 Hwy. 4 West, in
Jay. Your donations will start
the church's expansion off
with a bang!


Military BRIEFS

sic training in March at
the Marine Corps Recruit
Depot, Parris Island, South
Carolina, and served as
one of the Squad Leaders
for his Platoon. He gradu-
ated from the School of
Infantry, Camp Geiger, NC
in July and is currently sta-
tioned at Camp LeJeune,
NC. During his time at
Camp LeJeune, Cameron
was selected for meritori-
ous promotion to Lance
One of his goals is to
become part of the Marine
Corps Force Reconnais-
sance Unit (Force Recon),
and is currently training for

Mountain Warfare and cold
weather survival at Bridge-
port, California.
Peaceful rest to you
Milton, for another of your
young kinsman has an-
swered freedoms' unending
call for defenders. Cameron
begins his military legacy
as a teenage warrior and
continues America's tradi-
tion of Volunteer Citizen
Soldier. The training will be
difficult, but necessary, as
he proves himself worthy to
stand with others, as sleep-
less sentinels-always on
guard-always ready to
defend-always faithful.
"Semper Fidelis"

Adkins receives

Christopher Daniel Ad-
kins, was recently promoted
to the rank of Chief Petty Offi-
cer. Adkins, son of Milton res-
ident, Virginia Adkins, joined
the United States Navy, Sep-
tember 9, 1992 shortly after
his high school graduation
from Westfall High School in
Williamsport, Ohio. He is cur-
rently'stationed at Tinker Air
Force Base in Oklahoma City,
Oklahoma. Chris and his wife
Angela have three children
Joey, Amber and Tyler.

Fowlkes enlists in the
U.S. Marines

William Cameron Lee
Fowlkes has enlisted in
the United States Marine
Corps. He is the son of
Gregg and Linda Fowlkes of
Oviedo, FL and the grand-
son of Bob and Margaret
Fowlkes of Milton, FL.
Cameron is a 2007
graduate of Oviedo High
School, where he was a 4-
year member of the Oviedo
NJROTC, serving as the
Battalion Commander in
his Senior year.
Fowlkes completed ba-

Church news online at


Ask the Preacher

,... questions with Biblical answers about life.

Dear Pastor Gallups, "Do you really believe that
America's heritage is "godly?" What about the Indians,
slavery and women's rights? Where is the "godliness"
in these?" I will be interested in your answer."
R. E. -Milton
Dear R. E.,
It is absolutely true that America had in its very begin-
ning and still has today... absolute evil within its midst.
Abortion, radical homosexual rights, the definition of
marriage and dealing with the rapid development of
technology and its evil uses for pornography, invasion
of privacy, identity theft, etc., are all major issues
today. Man is sinful...no country on the planet is
Heaven on earth... nor have any founding fathers of
any country ever been perfect men.
It is a truth that American history is replete with
verified accounts of atrocities committed upon women,
Indians and slaves. It is also a fact of history that there
is almost no nation in existence today that was not first
conquered by one people over another people ...
including the nation of Israel. When they settled the
land...they were instructed by God himself to conquer
the tribes of native people living within that land.
But, when speaking of the founding of the USA ..
these considerations must honestly be balanced with
the huge number of people in the founding of our
nation who fought to change and or to eradicate these
very evils and wrong doings. Consider the words in our
Declaration of Independence... "All men are created
equal..." Very radical. Biblical and Godly words for
their time and circumstances... wouldn't you say?
America was never intended to be a uniquely
Christian nation, nor were all of its founders born-
again. Bible believing Christians...but to deny the
influence of the Judeo-Christian mindset upon our
nation, many of its founders, its founding documents
and its judicial and governmental systems...is simply
not honest. It is this heritage and foundational platform
of our nation that makes us distinctly different from all
the other nations of the world both now and in the
entire history of the world.
Our First Amendment. ONLY because of our
Christian heritage, guarantees the fact that ALL reli-
gions are free to worship in the United States.
Carl Gallups is the Pastor of Hickorv Haunmock BaptistChurch.in Milton. He has a Bachelor
of Science degree from Horida State University, and a Master of Divinutl\ from The New Orleans
Baptist Theological Semninary. He has been pastor of HHBC since 1987. He serves as an
International Youth Evangelist for the Southern Baptist Convention preaching all over the U.S.and
Canada. For more infornnation about HHBC. call 623 -8959 or626-8951. fax 623-0197. Ifv on have
any questions for Ask The Preacher. send il to: Ask The Preacher, Hickory Hammock Baptist
Churvit. 8351 Hickory Hammock Road. Milton. Honda 32583-paid advertiseient


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1100 Legal Advertising
1110- Classified Notices
1120 Public Notices/
Ane nouncements
1125 Carpoots &
1130 -Adoptions
1140- Happy Ads
1150- Personals
1160 Lost
1170- Found

10;l /1258
NOTICE is heireby given that
civ urn no WRIT O) EXECU-
TON issued ini the County
Cout of Santa Rosa County,

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CircU latijn

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oi ida l on the 9h day of Sep-
Io abe" r2008, ine the causeI
wshc'ein Asset Acceptance, LLC
>iss priti Vf and Mary Valdez
iF111.- -i--f- being Case No.
a '' i sid court, I,
i 1 it As Sheriff' o
Soirta Rosa County Florida,
race levied upon all tihe rigrt, tii
thud, and interest of the aefard-
i.-ry Valdez in and to the
S described personal
Iiropeitv, to wit:
I shll offer this property for
sale at cast front door of the
Santa Rosa Criminal Justice Fa.
cility, 5755 East Milton Rd Mil.
on, Florida, Santa Rosa
County Florida at the hour of
10 o00 a. on rn tire 25th day of
November 2008 Or as soon
ereaber as possible. I will of-
fer for sale all the said
defendclant's, Mary Valdez,
right, title and interest i n the
orniesaid personal property, at
public auction and \vilf sell Ih
s-re, subject to taxes, .ll
prior liens, encumbrances
and judgments if an to
the highest and best bid-
der for CASH IN HAND. The
proieccls to be applied as far
os nay be to the payment of
costs and fle, satisfaction of theI
above described execution.
By /s/ Laoiry W Matroni
Lari W teioni
Deputy Sireiff
ICE PLATT 1850) 983-1281 AT


Legal 10/1291

File Number:
IN RE: Estate of

1A1*,4,.. se
tober 29, 2008.
Attorney for Personal Represent-
Wihi Moulton Attorney
Moulton McEockern & Walker
5041 Bayou Boulevard, Suite
Pensacola, Florida 32503
Personal Representative:
Russell 8 B, tts, Sr,

ThIeministration'ie stae Nsca
of Edward S Butts, deceased, 02
whose date of dea h was Sepd 102908
member 16 2008 is needing in 110508
the Circuit Court or Santo Rosa 1-1291
County, Florida, Probate Divi-
sion: File Number
2008.CP.315; the address of
which is Santa Rosa County Legal 10/1
Courthouse P.O Box 472, Mi.
toe FL. 32572. The naire and IN THE
address of the personal repre FOR S
senlative arid the personal COUNTYF
representotive's attorney are set BATE DIVI
Iortr below. File
All creditors of the decedent Division "
arid other persons, who fIave
clairns ordem nds ociuinst IN RE EST?
decedent'" i r ..,1
matured ..i,..i,,.i ''. r. QUINCY A
doted clairms, and who have
been served a copy of this no- Deceased,
ice, must file their claims with
THIRTY 1301 DAYS AFTER THE was Jul' 3(
Division thi
All other creditors of the deco 6865 ar
dent and other persons who Florida 325
aove laims or demands against addresses
tre decedent's estate, including sentaive a
unrnatured contingent or unlrq. representati
uidated claims, must file their larlh below.
claims with Ihis Cour I WITHIN All creditor
THREE 13) MONTHS AFTER arid oiliei p
notice is re
All other cr


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decedent's estate must file their
claims with this court WITHIN 3 Legnal 11/1336
MONTHS AFTER THE DATE OF Flint Meat Processin Inc
THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF wil neat be responsible for any
1THIS NOTICE. W ex e red by Timothy,
WITHIN THE TIME PERIODS business as Binder's Meat Pro.
SET FORTH IN SECTION cessiega 51Eli od a
733.702 OP THE FLORIDA FLramMay 02 2007 to Sep-
The dale of first publication of
this Notice is October 29, Legal 11/1337
2008. a 11/1337

Altorney for Personal Repres
293 alive:
lANTA ROSA Altorey loa Nikk Rolle
FLORIDA PRO- Florida Ba No. 304514
SIONR 101 East Goverinment Stree
No. Pensacola, FL 32502
CP-000332 Telephone: 850 434-3601
B Fox B850) 434A3708
TIE 01: Personal Representative.

troau tte estate
rose date of death
1, 2008 is pending
uil Court for Santa
ty, Florida Probate
r address of which is
line Street, Milton
83 The names and
of the personal repie-
and tre personal
ve's attorney are set
s of the decedent
ersons having claims
s against decedent's
whoer a copy of this
quired to be served
eir claims with this
editors of the dece-
then persons hosing
demands ag oirs

Assistant Vice President
Advisor of Sun Trust Bank
Post Office Boux 1689
Orlando, Florida 32802

enut Notice of Receipt of
Stormwater Application
Notice is heoby given th pur
suant to Chopter 373, Florida
Statutes and Chapter 62-346,
t Florida Administrative Code
(F.A.C.), the ollowing applica-
ions for an individual
Storirwaler Permit have been re,
ceived by Ihe Northwest Florida
Water Management District:
Aplication #479 received Oc-
tober 15, 2008, from the Flor-
and ida Dept.i 9 Corrections for con-
structi of a work camp foci ity
on a currently undeveloped par
lion of Santa Rosa Correctional
Institution and to increase the
capacity of the existing
sloarwater mana cement facility
Located at 585 E. Milton
Road, Milton.

Application #489 received Oc-
Leal I 1/1295 tlober 21, 2008, from the Santa
Legal 11/1295 Rosa County Board a County
RVBLRCNMTirp Commissioners or construction
f a approximately 16,616 sq. ft
The Skyline Fire & Rescue Dis. of building area, 409 sq It of
trict will hold an election on De- sidewalks and other misc. con.
ceriber 11, 2008 at Station I Crete areas and stormwater
located at 6924 Highway 87 maOria ement ocilites at he
North to elect two Directors Santatosa Jail, 5850 E. Milton
Polls vill be open from 12 00 Rood, Milton.
Noon to 700 P.M. on Decem-
ber 11, 2008. Deadline for Application #491 received Oc-
is i7.00PM. n No. er 21, 2008, from Sonto
venbdr ft, 2008 Applications Rosa County School District 7or
are available a Station I lo. construction of a covered RE.
cated atl 6924 Hv.y 87N or by building and a classroom addi-
collina 623.1292 or tion, si ewalks and stormwater
626.-0972 management system at
In 7 62 Holley-Navarre Intermediate
110108 School 1936 Navarre School
110508 Road, Navarre.
11/1295 Interested persons may cr-


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Older, male Shellie.
Call 623-2564

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

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All Complete
IncI: Foundation, Permit
Plans, Can Erect
Source #0D4

A Brand Name King Pil-
lowtop set. New in Plas-
tic w/warr. $200. Can
Deliver 850-471-0330

All Brand New Queen
Pillowtop Set. In plastic
w/warrr. $165. Delivery
available 850-255-3050

aBed A 100%o. all new Fu ill

me" nponwreeenorpe ucetons size mattress set in plastic
submit a written request ta~r a a s s
staff report containing proposed w/warranty. $119.00.
aency action rear9ig te a 850-471-0330
p "cation ba writing theNot_________
west Floria Water Manage-
ment District's ERP Office, 800 Dark green recliner,
Hospital Dr.. Crestview, FL new $80 firm.
Suct comments or requests must ie new $ firm.
be received by 5 00 pm, Antique armoire, exc.
within 14 days from date of a edition $ 40
publication. Co d 2 8 0] firm.
Cal 259-6681
No further public notice will beCall_259-6681
proida r-A;-ig ees.. p. -;

provided regarding hese appli-
cations. Persons wishing to r-
n o s n'i'e i op
main advised of further pro-
ceedings or to receive a copy of
the Technical Staff Report
should request that in writing to
the address above or by e-mail
ErpPermits@nwfwmd.stote.fl. us.
Substantially affected persons
are entitled fo request an admin-
istrotive hearing, pursuant to 1-
tHe 28, Florida Administrative
Code, regarding the proposed
agency action by submitting a
wrten request after reviewing
the staffreport


To any and all persons
who have had contact or
experienced problems
with Children & Family
abuse investigations, par-
ticularly with Tamara
Tallmadge, please con-
tact 850-910-1817

Nov., 8th, 7-?
5408 Columbia Ave.
Take Berryhill to Wind-
ham to Columbia.
Mary Kay, AVON, large
women's clothes,
furniture, TV's

Christ United
Methodist Church
Women's group
is holding a large yard
sale in the Fellowship
Hall on Saturday,
November 8th
from 7am until 12 noon.
There will be clothing of
all sizes, household
items, and lots of misc.
items. The church is lo-
cated at 5983 Dogwood
Drive. Proceeds will go to
the various missions that
we support throughout
the year. Any questions,
please contact the church
at 623-8820 or Rose
Frazier at 983-8436

Estate Sale
6216 Hamilton Bridge
Rd. Friday & Saturday
the 7th, 8th, 13th,
andl4lh. Appliances, fur-
niture, antique games &
cameras, baby items.

Estate Sale Friday,
Nov. 7th and Saturday,
Nov. 8th 5424 Alabama
Street 8:30 a.m.- 2:30
p.m. Furniture including a
1950's Duncan Phyfe
Mahogany diningroom .
set with table, 6 chairs,
buffet and China cabinet.
Antique bedroom set,
other furniture including
patio furniture, freezer,
kitchen table set, antique
depression glass, many
other household items.
850-232-6464 for infor-

Furniture, tree stand,
pellet guns, dishes,
children & adult clothes,
toys, scooter, RV hitch,
much miscellaneous.
6850 Old Bagdad Hwy.
Fri & Sat., 7am-?

Friday and Saturday,
Nov 7-8 from 8 am-2pm.
Sewing machine, infant
car seat & walker and
many household items.
5395 Oak Meadow Dr.
off Berryhill.

Yard Sale Sat. Nov. 8th
7:30 a.m. to 12 noon.
5368 Ticonderoga St. off
Park Avenue.

Computer, printer and
computer desk all $75,
Entertainment center -
$100, Box Blade $75,
gun safe, trolling motor,
air compressor, fishing
gear. 675-5877

Triple dresser, roll top
desk, blue Wing back
chair $75 each. Blue
Glider rocker $50,
Nite tables $25 + $75.

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

Garage Sale 4100
Saturday only!
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Antique sewing ma- Desk Associates, Part
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burning stove, furniture, Must be mature, re-
lamps, clothes & misc. sponsible & dependa-
ble with good customer
NEIGHBORHOOD service skills.
YARD SALE Only serious applicants
TANGLEWOOD WEST may apply. Apply in
Sat., Nov. 8th person at Holiday Inn
Truluck, Kirkland, Express, 8510 Keshav
Cindy, etc. Taylor Dr., Milton.
(Intersection of Hwy 87
Saturday, Nov. 1 st, 8 and 1-10. Exit 31)
a.m. til 5587 Russell Dr. No phone calls, please.
Many household items _______
plus some furniture. J & M Company
______________ J & M Company
The nation's premier
YARD SALE private carrier of ni-
6946 Cedar Ridge Cir. trous oxide is accepting
8-12, Nov. 8th applications in the Pen-
Computer stuff, Pokemon sacola area for experi-
cards, kids/adult clothes, encedsafety-conscious,
toys, householdO tractor/semi drivers.

Fri. & Sat.

* ~8134 Old Stagecoach
SRoad, off North Airport
Divorce 1149, Wills 130o in East Milton. Lots of
Name Change 49 -U J Ih- clothes. Avon & etc.
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(I blk. N. of Flea Market) 434-0066 Naval S ea Cadets Whit-
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serve Fleet Avenue on
SNovember 8, Sat 0800
Until ?

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6120 Beach Rentals
6130 Condo/Townhouse
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6160 Rooms tor Rent
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6180 Out-of-Town Rentals
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Saturday, Nov. 29th Edition

Legal Notices. Classifieds &
Line Ads
is Friday, Nov. 21st at 5pm
Retail Display
is Monday, Nov. 24th at noon
Our office will be closed for
Thanksgiving Day

3300 1
Nov. 8th, Sat.
5512 Col umbia Ave.
in Milton. Kid's stuffed
toys, bicycles, clothes.
Also, furniture items,
men's & women's
clothes, misc. items.

Large Igloo dog house
in excellent condition.
$40. / 4 bar stools,
swivel, green, in good
condition. 623-1852
or 293-0951

Fits F150. $100.

7 1,1,1,

Pool Table
Very good condition.
Asking $175. Call 850
682-3535 for more info.



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2 tickets in Grandstand
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rates. Great Highway screened porch, all tile
90 location, Milton. Ask floors and new HVAC on
about 1st month free of- 1 acre. $950 month,
fer. Call Steve @ (850) $800 dep, Call
341-1952 572-2454 to preview
Milt on)
6332 Greenwood Dr
3 bedrooms 2 baths
__6110. with 2 car garage on
2 Bed/1 Bath brick du- 1 acre. F/P CH & A.
plex. Large yard, stove, $800 dep., $995 rent.
fridge, laundry room, (neg.) 623-3339
nice area. Non-smoking Milton
unit. $565/month. FOR RENT
626-2928 3/1-Electric, carpet,
APT. FOR RENT fenced, large workshop
New carpet. Very clean, with electric. $800
1 bedroom. Non-smoking month/$800 dep. Close
environment. No pets. to Whiting, Interstate and
$500 month, $250 dep. Shopping. 6241 Glen-
626-0366 wood Drive.
For Rent-Milton
5789 Eagle Dr. NEWER 3/BR 2/BA
Newer 2/2 duplex Some utilities included.
with 1 car garage. Off of Pine Blossom Rd.
GECPM $950 month
(850) 439-3007 449-0457
(850) 777-9214 Miton/
In Mlto unfrniPine Blossom area.
In Milton unfurnished 2 FOR RENT OR SALE
bedroom/1 bath apart Newly remodeled.
ment. $550. $300 de- Large, brick, 3 bed-
sit.No Pets. room home with central
994-7246 heat & air and two
Milton story storage building.
NOVEMBER In quiet neighborhood.
SPECIAL No pets. $1000 month
Cyanamid Rd. plus deposit.
2/BR 2/BA with la un 850-638-8526
dryroom. Up stairs with (after 5pm)
balcony. Water, trash N Mlo
and lawn service North Milton
included. No dogs. House for rent. 6843
$99 rent. $550 Chuckwagon Lane.
deposit. 712-9968 3 bed, 1.5 bath. Total
deposit. 7 8 electric. $750 month,
$300 dep. Baycrest Re-
Milton alty 994-7918
Efficiency All utilities 3 bedrooms, 2 bath
paid. No dogs. Walk- house with fenced back
ing distance to stores, ardand 1 car garage.
restuarants, etc. Laun- $750 month/$400 de
dryroom, in ground posit. No pets. Please
swimming pool. $99 call (850) 377042
rent $250. dep. Pace
712-9968 3/BR 2/BA, double car
garage with fenced back
Milton yard. Available now.
NOVEMBER Military clause honored.
SPEICAL Pets allowed with pet fee
1/BR furnishedorun- of $300. $895 month.
furnished. No dogs. $800. deposit. Call
Has laundryroom, in 8509 59 or
ground swimming pool, 529-7899
in walking distance to Pace
stores, restuarants, etc. 3578 Acy Lowery Rd.
$99 plus $550 de- Spacious brick home with
posit. Emerald Sands a large, enclosed pool.
712-9968 3.5 acres. 5br/4.5
baths; 3,614 SF.
N. Milton $1,595. per month.
2 bedroom, 1 bath. Call 478-4607
$450. month, $475. Eric Gleaton Realty, Inc.
deposit, 626-6638 Pace/Pea Ridge
Near Whiting 3 bedrooms/1.5
2 bed, 1 bath duplex. baths, Clean brick
$475 month, $475 dep. 1350 sq ft., fenced, new
Water and garbage HVAC, stove, refrig., and
included. Call Don paint. All tile, non- smok-
Cumble Reality. ing, small pets consid-
626-8959 / 377-6787 ered. $775 month/$750
NEW AND MODERN deposit. 623-8675
Duplex. (off Pine Blossom before 7pm.
Road) $600 month, Pea Ridge
$600 sec. dep. Call 3 bedroom/2 bath.
Don Cumbie Reality Brick house, single gar-
626-8959 or 377-6787 age on large lot. $750
month, $750 deposit,
$200 pet depsoit.
| 6120 WHY RENT???
For Rent New Site Built Homes
By Owner from the $100's. Low
By owner listing network Interest Rates!
www.BeachRealty.net 800- 678-4647

1 6140 6160 1
Crestview 3br, 1ba, ROOM FOR RENT
Nice brick home, Inter- $325. a month, $100.
section 87/ 89, just 3 mi- dep. All utilities included.
les south of Whiting Non-alcohol environment.
Field. Fridge/ w/d in- Smokers alright. Call
eluded $725 mo +sd Frank 346-4789
682-8483 or 865- 3421 ROOMS FOR RENT-
FWB- 3br, 2 ba Newer on Glover Lane. Refriger-
construction house w/ ator, microwave and ca-
fenced yard available for ble included. $50 per
lease Oct. 1st. Great lo- week (no security de-
cation to both bases, posit) Call 206-1299
Terms negotiable. $1200
mo. Call 850 699-2189
JAY 670
2 bedroom mobile 2 bedroom/2 bath mo-
home Located at bile home on private lot.
3992 McCutchin $525 monthTotal elec
Behind Hospital. $425 tric. 6252 Morgan Court.
rent, $29 950 sale. $250 deposit. Baycrest
Realty 994-7918
E.5MILTONnHOME 2 bedrooms with front
3/2. 5262 Lundy Lane. kitchen on corner lot,
$695 month, $500 de- $375 month. East Gate
posit. Mobile Home Ranch
Call Blumac Realty 626-8973
981-1631 ______7______________
981-1631 -- 2/1. Quiet & clean.
Milton $420 month. First month
3/2 in subdivision with free with 12 month tease,
fenced yard. Washer & All electric. CH & A,
dryer included. $900 Storage & covered
month, $1,000 deposit, porch. Water, garbage
In walking distance to and sewer provided.
Winn Dixie & Milton $395. deposit.
High. Call Rodney at Sonnydale Lane.
380-2553 375-4515, 623-9902



2 bedroom, 2 bath
mobile home. East Gate
Mobile Home Ranch
Clean 2/1 mobile home.
Garbage and water
included. No Pets $400
month'$300 deposit.
675 -6614
3/2 mobile home.
Minutes from n110, quiet
area with fenced yard.
Non-smoking environ-
ment. $550. Lease, refer-
ences & deposit.
623-9623 or 418-0783
FOR RENT: 4/2 dou-
blewide, like new. Situ-
ated on 7 acres with
fenced pasture and
barn/garage. Located
12 miles from Milton off
Munson Hwy. $800 per
month, $400 deposit.
Background check and
references required. Call
Rentals 2 & 3 bed-
rooms. $400-$650 per
month.Section 8/Hud ac-
cepted. Call 994-5703
1 Mile south of Whit-
ing Field. 2 bedrooms
with air, covered entry &
all electric. Just remod-
eled, washer hook-up.
$375/mnith, $300/dep.
unfurnished. Includes gar-
bage pick up. No pets.
6162 Carroll Road.
Total electric. Large 2/2.
Water & garbage pro-
vided. Private lot. $450
month, $300 dep. Call
572-2477 to preview.
Large, 2 bedroom,
2 bath mobile home.
Hwy. 87 N. Near
schools, great neighbors.
Palomino Drive, Milton
$550 month, $225.
deposit. Ref. required.
2/1 in quiet park. Sewer
and garbage included.
No pets. $365 plus
deposit. 626-1552
N. Milton
2 bed/1 bath.
14 X60. 6549 Stanley
Circle. Private lot.
No pets. $500 month,
$250 deposit. Baycrest
Realty 994-7918
Navarre/Okaloosa Co.
Trailer lots for rent
$200/mo. 598-0027
2 bedroom mobile home
with covered entry. All
electric, C H & A. Just
remodeled. Water/ gar-
age included. $475
month, $300 dep. (dep.
& 1/2 of months rent to
move in) 623-8753 or
Off Avalon Blvd.
(Rice Road)
3/2. Just remodeled.
All electric, central heat
& air. Water & garbage
included. $550 month,
$400 dep. (dep. & 1/2
months rent to move in)
623-2567 or 983-8020
Mobile home and
camperr forrent. $450.
All utilities.included.
By Floridatown Road.
Pea Ridge
3 bedroom/2 bath
on private lot with
large shed. $500 month,
$500 deposit, $200 pet
deposit. 698-8337
2005,3 bedroom FEMA.
Make reasonable offer.
East Gate Mobile Home
Ranch. 626-8973
W. Milton
3/2, 14X70. Total
electric. No pets.
5073 Ridgeway Blvd.
$625 month, $300 dep.
Baycrest Realty

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7100 Homes
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7110 Beach Home/
7120 Commerclal
7130 Cando/Townhoase
7140 Farms & Ranches
7150 Lots and Acreage
7160 Mile reHomes
7170 Walertrent
7180 Investment
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I 7100 I 7110
1933sf 3/2/2 from
$159,900. Groat Room, For Sale
Built on your lot. Other B Owner
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800- 678- 4647
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Kenwood S/D
602 Mooney
Beautiful brick 3 br, 2
ba, 2 cg. 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 pets. $299,000.
Call 850 226-6754

3 bed/2 bath home.
(Pine Lake Estate)
3 bed/2 bath home,
(Hawk's Nest)
3 bed/2 bath home
(Timberland Hills)
3-4 bed/2 1/2 bath.
(Breckenridge) with
pool. $245,000.
Call Linda Deck
Deck Realty, Inc.

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

Quick Pre-Qual!
You can pre-quality in 15
minutes. Great homes
from the $100s on your
lot. 800-678-4647

offices, reception &
lobby, greeting area. 1
bathroom. 324-8337

I 7150 I

14 acres, great deer
hunting with food plot.
Connects to 50,000
acres mang. area. Can
divide. Owner financing
or will trade for house,
property, boat, etc.
$140,000. (850)



6 to 23 acres, good deer
hunting, beautiful creek
frontage, large, hard-
wood trees. 2.5 miles
from downtown Jay.
Owner financing.$6,900
per acre and up.

7 1 60

3 bedroom, 2 bath. New
paint throughout. Private.
Sale $15,000. Can rent
lot for $125 per month.
Don Cumbie Realty

Will trade, exchange or
sell almost 1/2 acre wilh
12x65 mobile home with septic
lank, power pole and water me-
ter in East Milton for you to
build a deck, sunroom, carport
and other items for me on an
other piece of property. Trade,
exchange or sale value
$39,000. Call 4179-9252


Santa Rosa Press Gazette I B7

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

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

2080 MERCURY Jeep Rubicon20
2000 MERCURY Jeep Rubcon 8210

Grand Marquis LS,
66,000 miles. New tires
& brakes. Very clean.
One owner. $7,500.
Call (850) 623-3082

6 speed manual, 29K mi,
ext war, CD changer, sat-
ellite radio, white w/ bik
soft top (619) 204-1406

__ 8130 __
2001 CHEVY S10
PKG. 30,500 Ml., LIKE
ONE OWNER. $8750.

| 8160

2009 Yamaha
Jet Black. With saddle
bags, windshield,
toe and heel shifter,
motorguard. 203 miles.
Call 850-602-0080

2005,18 ft. Sundance
& Trailer. 90 HP rarely
used, $13,000.

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Will build on Slab or Piers

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Lexington 1812 '90,400
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