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Leavitt changes not guilty plea


Jeni Booker Senter
jsenter@srpressgazette.coni

Angela Leavitt, the 28 year-
old Milton woman who on June 18
pled not guilty to charges of un-
lawful sexual activity with a minor,
changed her plea to guilty on Friday
morning in the Santa Rosa County
courtroom of Judge Ron Swanson.
Leavitt, who left the state with
her 16-year-old victim, worked with
the teen at the Pace Whataburger.
She took her two children with her
when she fled on June 4.


ANGELA
LEAVITT


Leavitt told in-
vestigators before
her arrest that she
had three sexual
encounters with the
teen at her Chuck-
wagon Lane home
and in Escambia
County.
Leavitt was lo-
cated and arrested
on June 10 with the
information provid-


ed in a tip to crime stoppers.
The crime stoppers tip led au-
thorities to Pensacola Regional


Airport where she was to be ar-
riving on a connecting flight from
Atlanta.
Leavitt's attorney, Kenneth R.
Ridlehoover, met her at the airport.
Leavitt stated she was in the pro-
cess of attempting to turn herself in
at the Santa Rosa County Jail.
Leavitt had an initial appear-
ance before Judge Thomas Santur-
ri on June 11 and he ordered her to
be held without bond.
At Leavitt's felony bond hear-
ing on June 16, prosecutors asked
for her bond to be set at $250,000.
Assistant State Attorney Harmon


Massey said he recommended the
high bond due to the fact Leavitt
has proven to be a flight risk and
she may attempt to flee again as a
result of additional charges being
filed as the investigation progress-
es.
Judge Swanson agreed to lower
Leavitt's bond to $10,000 on the con-
ditions she be monitored by a GPS
tracking bracelet and she have no
contact with the juvenile she is al-
leged to have had sexual relations
with.
Leavitt was released on June 17
after posting the bond.


Sentencing by Judge Swanson
is scheduled for January 8, 2009 at
2p.m.
Assistant State Attorney Christi
Hanldkins says Leavitt faces be-
tween 43 months and 15 years in
state prison,
Leavitt's attorney Kenneth
Ridlehoover said Friday afternoon
that he did not wish to comment
about the case.
Florida Department of Children
and Families representative Randy
Fleming says his agency currently
has no restrictions on visitation for
Leavitt and her children.


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RIDERS: On Saturday, the
Second Annual Veterans
Thunder Ride began at
9 a.m. at the Santa Rosa
County Administration
Building parking lot.
Riders enjoyed an
80-mile, police-escorted
ride through Santa Rosa
County. Below, Riders
started on Highway 90
in Milton and traveled
through Munson, Jay, and
Pace, ending at the Elks
Lodge in Milton where
hamburgers and hot
dogs were served to
participants.


Winners
named in
the Santa
Rosa
County
Happy
Veterans
Day Card
Contest.
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Press Gazette Staff Report
MILTON A Milton man
died from injuries he sus-
tained while fishing on a
train trestle in Santa Rosa
County.
According to Sgt. Scott
Haines with the Santa Rosa
County Sheriff's Office,
Thomas Kevin Halls, 28,
was fishing from the train
trestle that crosses Mulat
Bayou at the end of McMil-
lan Road with two other in-
dividuals.
A train was coming from
the west towards the trestle
and all three individuals
tried to get off the trestle, but
Halls was struck by the train
and thrown into the water.
One of the other two sub-


jects jumped into the water
to assist Halls along with a
nearby boater.
Halls died from his inju-
ries while being transport-
ed to. the hospital by Life
Flight.
The two other subjects
were not injured during the
incident and were not identi-
fled by the Santa Rosa Coun-
ty Sheriff's Office who were
dispatched to the scene
around noon on Sunday.
CSX investigators ar-
rived and have taken over
the investigation according
to Haines.
Prior to their arrival
emergency personnel and
the medical examiners of-
fice arrived to assist at the
scene.


Burglaries baffle


Milton businesses


Press Gazette Staff Report


Holmes Plaza was the
scene of several break-ins
Sunday
Around 1 a.m. an alarm
went off at Gold Mine Bingo
and work crews discovered
around 6:30 a.m. the doors
at seven other businesses in
Holmes Plaza had been bro-
ken into.
Besides the eight bro-
ken into at Holmes Plaza,
two more Milton businesses
were burglarized.


In Milton so far for 2008
there have been 62 burglar-
ies compared to 37 in 2007.
Sunday evening reports
indicate that Holmes Plaza
had their own security guard
on duty to protect the busi-
nesses that had to use ply-
wood to replace the broken
glass in the doors.
Monday the Milton Police
Department was working
on developing surveillance
video turned over from Gold
Mine Bingo.
No other leads were avail-
able at press time.


commissionerss look to

discuss unfunded mandate


By BILL GAMBLING
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The Santa Rosa County
Commissioners voted Mon-
day to further look at funding
an unfunded mandate from
the Florida Department of
Revenue.
By a vote of 3-2 commis-
sioners agreed to move to
Thursday's agenda a request


from Property Appraiser
Greg Brown the money he
returned to the county at the
end of 2007/08 fiscal year.
Support moving the item
on to Thursday's agenda
was commissioners Don
Salter, Gordon Goodin, and
Bob Cole.
Brown, whose budget is
approved each year by the
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tural exhibits, language and
dance lessons, internation-
al food, study abroad infor-
mationi, guest speakers, a
soccer tournament and
an international fashion
show.
The university invites the
public to attend the week's
events and to enjoy the vari-
ous foods, activities, and ex-


Sunday, 7:18 p.m.
This is Thomas from
Pace. I am calling about the
article I read about them
closing the Sandy Landing
Boat Ramp from January to
Feb. 15. What I would like to
know is what are the poor
people who can't afford to
belong to a hunting club go-
ing to do? We have bought
licenses and paid our dues
to hunt on water manage-
ment property. We got per-
mission to hunt there. It is
hard enough to find a place
to hunt now with these clubs
tying up all the land and us
poor hunters don't have
many places left to go. So
does this apply to the deer
hunters and others who
need to get to the water
management by using San-
dy Landing?

Sunday, 2:42 p.m.
Hi, this is Mary. I saw a
while back on the Press Ga-
zette front page about the
man who had the Christmas
Tree Farm sentenced. But
there was a woman who was
arrested with him. I would
like to know what happened
to her.


Saturday, 7:28 p.m.
This is Jessie from Pace.
I have heard a rumor some
hunting clubs are trying to
close Sandy Landing Boat
Ramp in January and Feb-
ruary because of the hunt-
ing season. We buy our li-
censes and do what we have
to use the water manage-
ment property. The poor can
hardly find a place to hunt
anymore because all these
hunting clubs have the prop-
erty wrapped up. What can
we do about this? And if this
is true how are we supposed
to hunt. We like to hunt dur-
ing hunting season too. It
is wrong. They can't close
water management. Thank
you.

Saturday, 7:25 p.m.
Yeah I would like to
speak out on that little gay
boy. Poor little thing can't
love a woman. God didn't
make you that way, you are
devil-possessed. Men and
woman are supposed to pro-
create and populate. "How
are two men or two women








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Interim Associate Vice
President for the Office of
Diversity and International
Education and Programs
Angela McCorvey says UWF
reflects diversity and has
more than 250 international
students from more than 60
countries.
"'UWF Celebrates the
World' serves as an oppor-
tunity for our diverse stu-
dent population to share
their cultures and customs
with the campus and Pen-


going to have a child? That
is sick, and it is not right.
God doesn't condone this,
the devil does. This is not
God's work. He made man
and woman in his own im-
age. He created Adam and
Eve not Adam and Steve.
It is wrong, no matter what
you say. To be this way you
are possessed by the devil.
Bye.

Saturday, 2:33 p.m.
This is to the Editor: I
appreciate the cartoon you
put in Wednesday's paper.
It was a sample of what will
happen in the near future.
And to the ones who voted
for Obama, I hope you are
happy with what will hap-
pen. And how can a presi-
dent-elect begin making
decisions, changing policy,
selecting cabinet members,
and such. I have never seen
one do that before till they
place their hand on God's
word, the bible, and place
their hand on their heart to
take the Oath of Office. Pres-
ident Bush is still in com-
mand till Jan. 20. America
needs to stand up and take
action. I am proud to be an
American, but we have tak-
en a step back for too long.
It is time for the Christians
to quit sleeping and take ac-
tion. If we continue then we
deserve to be in bondage to
terrorists. We have let them
take God's word out of the
schools, the White House,
and everywhere else. We
need to wake up before it is
too late.

Thursday, 7:24 p.m.
Yeah, this is Don. This
is for Joe. Since you like to
hunt in Wisconsin and Min-
nesota, why don't you go
back up there to live. And I
have a suggestion for Billy:
why don't you move up there
with Joe?

Thursday, 6:30 p.m.
Hi this is Rita. I want to
let you know how sorry some
people are. My son was sell-
ing some puppies to help
make money for him and his
wife since they are expecting
their first child; she lost her
job, and has no insurance. A
couple came up with Illinois
tags and talked to them and
picked out a puppy and said


sacola communities," says
McCorvey.
The celebration kicks
off Nov. 17 at 10 a.m. in the
University Commons Audi-
torium, Building 22, with a
parade of nations flag cer-
emony and an opening ad-
dress by UWF President
Judy Bense.
Cultural exhibits will be
set up in the Commons Audi-
torium from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m.
and an international fashion
show will begin at 11 a.m.
The celebration continues


they would be back with the
money. While everyone was
working they took the pup
without paying for it. The
couple was seen at Wal-Mart
later on purchasing puppy
food, leashes, and stuff so
my son called law enforce-
ment. They denied the fact
they stole the dog. I hope
they are happy with their
stolen puppy

Wednesday, 1:45 p.m.
Hi, this is Stephen. I see
where 73 percent of the vot-
ers in Santa Rosa County
who went out voted for Mc-
Cain. They are probably the
same intellectual giants
who voted for Kathleen
Harris. I hope the zealots,
who hide under the cloak
of religion, come out of the
closet and admit their big-
otry and intolerance. What
hypocrites. And I am a reg-
istered Republican and a
Christian.

Wednesday, 11:18 a.m.
This is David R. Nov. 5 is
a dark, eerie day. Our nation
has sunk to the lowest point
of morality.

Wednesday, 9:45 a.m.
This is a message for Ani-
ta who needed her glasses
repaired. If she will call the
Lions Sight Clinic in Pen-
sacola at 438-8989 they can
direct her to someone to get
her glasses repaired.

Wednesday, 8:56 a.m.
Yes, my name is Jim. I
am calling about Highway
90 and all of the intersec-
tions being full of debris. If
you hit the gravel, you can't
stop and run into people.
And then if you try to cross
from the other direction
the high spots are so bad as
you cross the lanes your car
goes airborne. I am calling
to see who is responsible for
this and if they are not doing
their job then they need to
replace them and do some-
thing about this problem. It
is getting much worse. Talk
to you later.


Wednesday, 8:11 a.m.
Hello, this is Mary, and
good morning, America.


at 6 p.m. with the UWF World
Cup soccer tournament and
BBQ. In addition to the
soccer tournament, there
will be other international
games, fire dancing and Tai
Chi demonstrations.
For a complete listing of
all of the "UWF Celebrates
the World" events, visit uwf.
edu/diversity/uwfCTW.cfm.
For more information,
contact Rachel Errington,
at (850) 474-2479 or e-mail
rerrington@uwfedu.


Now that you have elected
a socialist black president,
are you ready for what is
getting ready to happen?
Are you ready for social-
ized healthcare, medicine,
socialized doctors, the fair-
ness law being enacted,
your local radio station be-
ing close for what a preach-
er might say on the air or
your pastor being arrested
for speaking out against
sodomites? Then how do
you feel about the sodomites
teaching your children in
school? Then what about
losing your property, busi-
ness, and houses so they
can be given to the poor,
and who will actually be the
poor? We have a lot to be
concerned about. Socialism
is just one step away from
Communism.

Tuesday, 7:31 p.m.
I am not really going to
attack any one. I just want-
ed to talk about WO. Jones.
Here recently he has both
called and written the pa-
per. I usually like what he
has to say, but he really
has something wrong with
the radio station. Because
some of the words he is us-
ing like B-A-B-A-L-0-N-E-Y
is not even in my diction-
ary. He is calling into the
paper and writing the pa-
per saying "woe is me, woe
is me." I feel he certainly
has a problem with some
radio station I don't even
listen to.

Monday, 2:50 p.m.
Yeah, this is William in
Milton. I am just respond-
ing to Raymond Johns. It
has been 53 years plus and
I don't go where you go. I
don't go to Jay, but there are
blacks that live there and go
to school there. Call it what
you want, but it is up to you
if you don't want to go to
school in a cotton field. Hey
Raymond, you have a great
day

Monday, 1 p.m.
This is Judy. One of the
callers stated he is not a
Democrat. I would like to
say "liar, liar pants on fire."

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


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Wednesday, November 12, 2008


Sheriff's Report


Santa Rosa Press Gazette | A3


The following includes
dates from October 24. 2008
to November 3, 2008
Banks, Rasheem Daejon;
Male; 17; 4669 Ridgepoint DrI
Pace: Marijuana-Possess
Not More Than 20 Grams,
Carrying Concealed Weapon
Firearm. 10/25/08
Burgess, Shannon Ma-
rie; Female; 30; 4963 Dob-
son Rd, Jay; Fraud Obtain
Controlled Substance By
10/24/08
Harden, Kendall Mi-
chelle; Female; 22; 6472
Gaynell Av, Milton; Drugs-
Possess Cntrl Sub WO Pre-
scription. 10/25/08
Johnson, Randy Lee;
Male; 6540 Wayland Dr,
Harold; Drugs Possess
New Legend Drug WO Pre-
scription, Drugs-Possess
Cntrl Sub WO Prescription.
10/25/08
Prescott, Bryan Joseph;
Male; 611 Carnathan Ct, Ft
Walton Beach; Aggrav Bat-
tery Cause Bodily Harm or
Disability. 10/24/08
Scott, Sara Megan; Fe-
male; 25; 9252 Sunset Dr,
Navarre; Larc Petit 1st Off,
Forgery of Alter Public Re-
cord Certificate Etc (2 Cts.),
Fraud Utter False State-
ment (5 Cts.). 10/24/08
Ard, Wesley Fritz; Male;
21; 8 Osage Trail, Pensacola;
DUI. 10/26/08
Crowell, Julie Lee; Fe-
male; 45; 3232 Birdseye Cir,
Gulf Breeze; DUI. 10/25/08
Dvorak, Kevin Rob-
ert; Male; 47; 1409 Tender
Oaks Ln, Pensacola; DUI.
10/25/08
Griffith, Raven Wyros-
dick; Female; 29; 8300 Moss-
berg Dr. North, Theodore;
DUI. 10/26/08
Markel, Jeffery Lee;
Male; 23; 5241 Mulat Rd, Mil-
ton; DUI. 10/26/08
Torok, Casey Lee; Male;
20; 4228 William Dr, Gulf
Breeze; DUI. 10/25/08
Velaski, Brandy Marie;
Female; 29; 6368 Majzun Rd,
Milton; DUI. 10/24/08
East Jesse Ryan; Male;
23; 5866 Congress St, Gulf
Breeze; Aggrav Asslt Do-
mestic Violence W Deadly
Weapon Without Intent to
Kill, Battery Domestic Vio-
lence Touch or Strike, Cru-
elty Toward Child Domestic
Violence At That Could Re-
sult in Phys Metal Injury,
Resist Officer Obstruct WO
Violence, Obstructing Jus-
tice Domestic Violence In-
timidate Threaten Etc Vict
Witness Informant. 10/27/08
Miller, Jon Matthew;
Male; 28; 6916 Kapok Dr, Mil-
ton; Aggrav Asslt W Deadly
Weapon Without Intent To
Kill, Weapon Offense Im-
proper Exhibit Firearm Or
Dangerous Weapon, Firing
Weapon (6 Cts.) Discharge
Firearm in Public, Weapon
Offense (6 Cts.) Use Fire-
arm Under Influence Of Al-
cohol, Damage Prop-Crim
Misch Over $200 Under
$1000 Subsq Off. 10/27/08
Baker Jr, Michael Ray;
Male; 31; 7124 East Gate
Rd, Milton; Prob Violation-
Felony Or Commty Cont.
10/28/08
Burnett, Marty Allen;
Male; 46; 6556 Da Lisa Rd,
Milton; Prob Violation-
Felony Or Commty Cont.
10/27/08


Dugan, Stephen Michael;
Male; 26; 6476 Sailport Cv,
Navarre; DUI And Serious
Bodily Injury To Another.
10/28/08
Fields. Robert Murrell;
Male; 18; 14872 Mill Creek
Ln, Baker City, OR; Fraud-
Imperson Attempt To Use
ID Of Another Person WO
Consent, Fraud-Imperson
False ID Given To LEO.
9/10/08
Perel, Colin Christopher;
Male; 38; 2299 Scenic Hwy,
Pensacola; Fraud-Insuff
Funds Check Obtain Goods
Services 150 Dols Or More.
10/28/08
Robulock, Michael An-
gelo; Male; 24; 6020 Enfinger
Rd, Pace; Amphetamine-
Traffic Or Methamphet-
amine 14 Grams Or Over,
Narcotic Equip-Possess
And Or Use, Narcotic Equip-
Possess Manufacture De-
liver, Drugs-Possess Listed
Chemical WIT Manufacture
Cntrl Subs. 10/28/08
Sifuientes, Ryan Keith;
Male; 18; 5309 Eaton Dr, Mil-
ton; Sex Offense Victim 12
YOA Up To 15 YOA, Contrib
Delinq Minor Or Dependen-
cy Of. 9/19/08
Thomas, Davaris Ra-
von; Male; 33; 7307 Kennedy
Ln, Milton; Resist Officer
Obstruct WO Violence, Co-
caine-Possess, Narcotic
Equip-Possess And Or Use.
10/28/08
Williams, Cody Mitchell;
Male; 35; 5756 Westmont Rd,
Milton; Aggrav Battery Per-
son Uses A Deadly Weapon.
10/28/08
Wright. Kyle Justin;
Male; 18; 3237 Lynn Drive,
Navarre; Damage Prop-
Crim Misch 200 Dollars
And Under, Burgl Dwelling
Structure Or Conveyance
Armed, Larc Petit 1st Off.
10/28/08
Wallace, Danny Heath;
Male; 21; 761 Crooked Oak
Drive, Pensacola; Prob
Violation-Felony. No Date
Given.
Brown, Amy Renee;
Female; 26; 6806 Branding
Iron Lane, Milton; DUI Al-
cohol Or Drugs 2nd Offense.
10/28/08
Dugan, Stephen Michael;
Male; 26; 6476 Sailport Cv,
Navarre; DUI And Serious
Bodily Injury To Another.
10/28/08
Chavis, Adrian Carl;
Male; 17; 2926 Browder St,
Gulf Breeze; Aggrav Asslt


W D 2adly Weapon Without
Intent To Kill (2 Cts.), Carry-
ing Concealed Weapon Fire-
arm. 10/29/08
Neal, Daniel Lamar;
Male; 25; 4444 Sleepy Ham-
mock Dr, Milton; Sex Of-
fense (2 Cts.) Victim 12 YOA
Up to 15 YOA. 10/29/08
Bradshaw, Kevin Brian;
Male; 21; 5136 Scenic View
Way, Milton; Aggrav Bat-
tery Cause Bodily Harm Or
Disability, Weapon Offense
Missile Into Dwelling Veh
Building Or Aircraft, Dam-
ageProp-Crim Misch Over
200 Dollars Under 1000 Dol-
lars. 10/29/08
Copeland, Carey Eu-
gene; Male; 16; 11447 Flori-
dale Dr, Milton; Sex Offense
Victim 12 YOA Up to 15 YOA.
10/29/08
McCray, JoAnn; Female;
37; 4281 Magnolia Cross-
ing Cir, Pace; Fraud-False
Statement On Drivers Li-
cense Or ID Application,
Perjury Make False Affida-
vit. 10/29/08
Cvitkovic, Braden Alan;
Male; 27; 4700 Anna Simpson
Rd, Milton; Fraud Obtain
Controlled Substance By,
Drugs-Traffic 4 Grams Less
30 KG Other Cntrl Subst.
10/30/08
Diamond, Joseph Gary;
Male; 20; 4180 Parkview St,
Pace; Possess Marijuana
Over 20 Grams. 10/30/08
Gutierrez, Jose Andres;
Male; 28; 8632 Olivera St, Na-
varre; Sex Offense Victim 12
YOA Up To 15 YOA. 10/30/08
Kimmons. Bryan Eric;
Male; 22; 5386 Old Berryhill
Rd, Milton; Prob Violation-
Felony Or Commty Cont.
10/30/08
Lynn Jeffery Ray; Male;
49; 6224 Glenwood Dr, Mil-
ton; Failure To Appear For
Felony Offense. 10/30/08
Maney, John R; Male;
51; 3276 Maplewood Dr, Gulf
Breeze; DUI Alcohol Or
Drugs 4th Or Subsq Offense,
DUI And Damage Property.
10/30/08
Parr, Robert Allen; Male;
41; 5276 Conecuh St, Milton;
Burgl Unoccupied Convey-
ance Unarmed, Larc Theft
is $300 Or More But Less
Than $5000. 10/30/08
Carroll, Jason Paul;
Male; 22; 2416 Panhandle
Trail, Navarre; Crim Misch
$200 And Under, Burg (2
Cts.) Unoccupied Convey-
ance Unarmed, Larc (2 Cts.)
Petit 1st Offense, Forgery


Remove ID Marks From
Others Personal Property.
No Date Given.
Barnhill, Anthony Gwen;
Male; 51; 9008 John Hamm
Rd, Milton; Public Order
Crimes Accessory After The
Fact Of Life Felony 10/30/08
Syphax, Dawn Maudeste;
Female; 37; 7666 Johnson
Rd, Milton; Prob Violation-
Felony Or Commty Cont.
10/30/08
Bender, Ledre Tyron;
Male; 19; 6645 Magnolia St,
Milton; Robbery No Firearm
Or Weapon. 10/31/08
Bollinger, John Paul;
Male; 26; 129 Wilderness
Trace, Defuniak Springs;
Prob Violation-Felony Or
Commty Cont. 10/31/08
Difabrizio, Richard An-
toine; Male; 19; 3250 Castile
Drive, Pace; Prob Violation-
Felony Or Commty Cont.
10/31/08
Gafford, Bryant Vincent;
Male; 18; 1317 Bayshore
Dr, Niceville; Fraud-Insuff
Funds Check Obtain Goods





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Soul Men (R)
1:40 4:20 7:00 9:20
Haunting of Molly Hartley (PG 13)
7:20 9:30
*Zack & Miri (R)
7:10 9:25
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1:15 4:00 7:00 9:25
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Quantum of Solace (PG 13)
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Maliciously Molest Coin Op-
erated Machine, Narcotic
Equip-Possess And Or Use.
10/31/08
Vaca, Antonio; Male; 46;
3345 Green Briar Cir, Gulf
Breeze; Prob Violation-
Felony Or Commty Cont.
11/01/08
Gipson, Thomas Jason;
Male; 31; 1905 Elodie Lane,
Gulf Breeze; Fugitive From
Justice. No Date Given.
Askegard, Trent Cole;
Male; 16; 8718 Robinwood
Cir, Milton; Burgl (2 Cts.) Of
Unoccupied Dwelling; Un-
armed; No Asslt/Batt, Larc
(2 Cts.) Petit 1st Degree
Property 100 To Und 300
Dols. 10/31/08
Boutwell, Randall Dee;
Male; 54; 7521 Pine Mead-
ows Loop, Pace; Prob Vio-
lation-Felony Or Commty
Cont. 10/31/08
Bukhart, Dakota Ray;
Male; 8; 6638 James St, Mil-
ton; Damage Prop-Crim
Misch Over 200 Dollars Un-
der 1000 Dollars, Burglary


Male; 17; 7796 Hwy 4, Jay;
Burgl Of Unoccupied Dwell-
ing; Unarmed; NoAsslt/Batt,
Lare Petit 1st Off. 10/31/08
White, Toby James;
Male; 15; 8616 Robinwood Dr,
Milton; Lewd Lascv Molest
Child 12 YOA Up To 16 YOA
By Less 18 YOA. 10/31/08
Smith, Michael Richard;
Male; 48; 1262 Greenview
Lane, Gulf Breeze; Lewd
Lascivious Behavior, Ob-
scene Communication 4 Cts.
Use Computer To Seduce,
Solicit, Entice Child. No
Date Given.
Clayton, Hunter Mark;
Male; 13; 1482 Dartmouth
Dr, Gulf Breeze; Damage
Prop-Crim Misch $1000
Or More, Burglary (3 Cts.)
Unoccupied Structure Un-
armed. 11/03/08
Daniels, James Everett;
Male; 13; 3237 College Ct,
Gulf Breeze; Damage Prop-
Crim Misch $1000 Or More,
Burglary (2 Cts.) Unoccu-
pied Structure Unarmed.
11/03/08


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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,
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Local


Wednesday, November 12, 2008


MANDATE from page Al


Florida Department of Rev-
enue, has to have a budget
balance of zero and any un-
used funds by his office are
returned.
Back on Oct. 30"' he re-
turned nearly $150,000 in
unused budget money, as
he could not work out a con-
tract with Pictometry, to get
the necessary aerial imag-
ery done.
Aerial photography is
used to help Brown's office


assess property values.
Based on a new law
passed by the state (HB
5061), the Florida Depart-
ment of Revenue now does
not have to provide cities or
counties over 25,000 maps
anymore.
For Brown the problem
came four days after he sub-
mitted his.
"I got a certified letter
from the state four days af-
ter I submitted my budget


requesting $140,000 for aeri-
al maps," said Brown. "This
came as quite a shock to me
since I had the money but
turned it back in since I can-
not carry over any reserve
dollars."
Brown stated he was
looking to do the work in
January or February when
Pictometry would be avail-
able, which would be the
best time since much of
the foliage has fallen from


the trees.
But he is not interested
in the states maps due to
previous issues.
"The problem I have with
the Department of Rev-
enue flying and doing the
aerial photography is the
problems we had with their
maps," said Brown. "They
took aerial map photos for
us in Nov. 2006 and we didn't
get the completed ones till
Aug. 25, 2008."


One of the key maps
out of all the ones planned
to be made is the oblique
map, which would benefit
Brown's office, the county,
and even the sheriff's office
due to the GIS systems now
being use.
"I believe we could help
keep from being redundant
with this," said Brown. "I
am looking to take this on
and share with the rest of
the county."


Commission Chairman
John Broxson was very
adamant against this all to-
gether.
"I think we need to vote'
against this and send them
a message about all of these
unfunded mandates," said
Broxson. "They keep pil-
ing more and more on to
the counties and we have to
pass that on the taxes and
people keep getting upset,
but it is out of our control."


Hearing Loss &
Hearing Aids
FREE SEMINAR
Dr. Carol Whitcomb-Powell, Audiologist
Thurs., November 13 12:00 p.m. 1:00 p.m.
Pace Medical Park, 2nd Floor Rehab Center


Upcoming Holiday EVENTS


By JENI BOOKER SENTER
jsenter@srpressgazette.com

Although Thanksgiving
is not quite here yet, a num-
ber of Christmas Holiday
events have already been
planned.
The following Christmas
events are set for the up-
coming weeks:

Chamber Holiday
Market Place
Saturday, December 6, 10
a.m.-3 p.m.
Chamber Offices, 5247
Stewart Street, Milton 32570
Chamber members are
invited to participate as
vendors to sell their prod-
ucts/services to area holiday
shoppers. There is no charge
to set up. Space is available
on a first-come, first-serve
basis as space is limited.


Each participant will be pro-
vided space for one six-foot
table (must bring their own
table). To register, contact
the Chamber at 623-2339.

Milton Christmas
Parade
Saturday, December 6,
6:30 p.m.
Christmas Parade route:
King Middle School to Elva
Street. More information
and a registration form are
available on the "News and
Events" page of Santa Rosa
Chamber of Commerce
Website at www.srcchamber.
com.

Blackwater Heritage
Christmas Home Tour
Saturday, December 6, 2-
4:30 p.m. and 6-8:30 p.m.
Tour begins at Bagdad El-


ementary School, 4512 For-
syth St. Cost: $20 advance
(children 12 and under $10)
$25 day of event. Go to the
"News and Events" page of
the Chamber of Commerce
website at www.srcchamber.
com. for more information
or contact Pat D'Asaro, 623-
8493, or Robyn Baker, 554-
4669.

Holiday Lighted
Boat Parade
Saturday, December 13,
6:30 p.m.
Holiday Lighted Boat
Parade route: South end of
Riverwalk (between Hwy.
90 bridge & railroad tres-
tle). Prizes will be awarded
for 1st, 2nd and 3rd Place.
Gumbo and hot chocolate
concessions will be served.
Registration fees are $20
and all proceeds will benefit


Relay For Life.

Chumuckla
Redneck Festival
Saturday & Sunday, De-
cember 13 & 14, all day at
Chumuckla Ballpark.
For more information
contact Chumuckla Commu-
nity Center at 994-8811

Chumuckla Redneck
S Parade
Sunday, December 14, 2
p.m.
For parade entrr forms,
go to www.chumucklaath-
leticsfl.com. For more infor-
mation contact Chumuckla
Community Center at 994-
8811.
The Press Gazette will
bring you more schedules
of events as they are an-
nounced.


Health Department recognizes American Diabetes Month


By JENI BOOKER SENTER
jsenter@srpressgazette.com
Human Services Ana-
lyst and Public Information
Officer for Santa Rosa
County Health Depart-
ment Jennifer Terry an-
nounces the Santa Rosa
County Health Department
(SRCHD) recognizes No-
vember as American Dia-
betes Month.
The health depart-


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ment urges Santa Rosans
who have diabetes to take
small steps to increase
their quality of life and
prevent or delay complica-
tions.
"Diabetes is often a
manageable disease if you
make positive lifestyle
changes like eating healthy,
exercising regularly, and
quitting smoking," said
Shannon L. Jacobs, M.A.,
M.PH., and SRCHD Admin-
istrator.
"And citizens who have
not been diagnosed with
diabetes can increase their
chances of preventing the
disease by engaging in
these healthy behaviors,"
he says.
SRCHD recommends
the following steps to help
Floridians control diabe-
tes:
Ask your doctor for
assistance in getting diabe-
tes self-management edu-
cation.
If you smoke, it's nev-
er too late to quit. Contact
Florida's Quitline for free
guidance at 1-877-U-CAN-


NOW
Remember the ABCs
of diabetes care: Learn
your AiC, blood pressure
and cholesterol goals and
achieve them.
Get at least 30 min-
utes of moderate physical
activity every day.
Eat a sensible diet
that is low in fats, and in-
cludes plenty of fruits and
vegetables.
Several studies have
suggested that diabetes
self-management educa-
tion is associated with
improved blood sugar
control, fewer hospitaliza-
tions, lower self-reported
weight and improved qual-
ity of life. Diabetes self-
management education is
covered by insurance and
Medicare. SRCHD offers
free diabetic education for
Santa Rosa County resi-
dents who have been di-
agnosed with diabetes or
those who are at risk for
developing diabetes. No
physician referral is neces-
sary.
Smoking increases cho-


lesterol levels, blood pres-
sure and blood sugar lev-
els and doubles the risk
of cardiovascular disease
among those with diabetes.
Overall, adults with diabe-
tes who smoke are three
times more likely than their
non-smoking counterparts
to die from cardiovascular
diseases.
According to data from
2005 to 2007, approximately
4,000 Santa Rosa County
residents are hospitalized
and 33 deaths are attrib-
uted to diabetes each year.
In fact, diabetes was the
sixth leading cause of death
in Santa Rosa County in
2007.
For more information
about the Florida Diabe-
tes Prevention and Control
Program, visit the DOH
website at www.floridadia-
betes.org. More informa-
tion is available by contact-
ing Jennifer Terry at 850-
983-5200 ext. 120, or by vis-
iting the Santa Rosa County
Health Department online
at www.healthysantarosa.
com.


November and December BLITZ

On November 26, 2008 the Press Gazette will be
distributed to EVERY HOME and business in the
32571 (Pace) zip code area.


On December 10, 2008 the Press Gazette will be.
distributed to EVERY HOME and business in the
32571 (Pace), 32570 (Milton) and
32583 (Milton, Avalon, Bagdad) zip code area.

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Bears and human
food attractions
Feeding bears, either by
direct handouts or by leaving
garbage, barbecue grills,
petfood and bird feeders
outside, leads to problems
with bears.
Did You Know ...
-* Food and food smells
(garbage, pet food, barbecue
grills) attract bears.
* Bears can smell food more
than a mile away and if they
are rewarded with an easy
meal, they learn to return to
the scene.
** Curious bears that are not
rewarded with an easy meal
such as garbage or pet foods
will direct their attention to
natural settings away from
human habitation.
- Bears that become used
to getting human foods may
damage property or become
a threat to public safety.
These bears often must
be killed. To help avoid a
needless death, please don't
provide food for bears


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Wednesday, November 12, 2008


Business


Santa Rosa Press Gazette | A5


M.L.R. Fine Jewelry and Gifts celebrates


annual pre-holidays 3-day open house


By OBIE (RAIN
ocrain@srpressgazctte.com
On Thursday, Friday, and Saturday of
this week, Nov. 13 thru 15,2008, M.L.R. Fine
Jewelry and Gifts will be celebrating its an-
nual, three-day, Pre-Holiday Observance
and Open House from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. each
day in its spacious showroom located at
4021 Highway 90 in Pace.
And as usual during the yearly affair,
customers and guests may register for a
$100 dollar Gift Certificate that will be given
away each day of the event.
But that's just for starters! Owner Moni-
ca L. Rivers says that to express her appre-
ciation to both her loyal existing customers
and to those who are just now discovering
the store and its magnificent offerings, she
is extending a 15 percent-off, store-wide
discount (excluding Swarovski items) on all
merchandise.
Now that's quite a thank you!
Monica Has cultivated her customers
over the past 23 years of business and says
she feels a rapport has been established
with them that accounts for their continued
loyalty and support that has increased year
after year. And she's sure that her store and
its courteous and helpful staff have main-
tained the highest standards of service and
integrity which is an integral part of what
the store stands for, although you'll never
see it reflected on your customer receipt!
From the moment they enter the store,
most customers are struck by the obvious
talent, innovation, imagination, and dedi-
cation that's reflected in the merchandise,
the environment, and the friendly, courte-
ous service that's immediately available.
It's a luxury to shop in such a superb show-
case of fine jewelry and gifts.
M.L.R. Fine Jewelry and Gifts offers far
more than what you would ordinarily find
in a "jewelry store." There's an outstand-
ing jewelry and watch repair department,
and as a design specialist, Monica can of-
fer even more through her creative efforts
for those customers who always want to be
on the cutting edge! Not only her years of
experience, but her training under masters
at the Gemological Institute of America in
Los Angeles, California, contribute to her
personal passion and intuitive traits and
are reflected in her work. Over the years
she has developed a legendary reputation
as a creative artist.
Technology, of course, has played an
important role in the jewelry repair and
design industry, Monica says, and in that
respect she is a leader in the field.
She's proud to have one of the most
modern and technologically efficient laser


welders found anywhere which enables her
to complete jewelry repair that would hard-
ly be possible with a regular torch. "It gives
us the ability to repair heirlooms, costume
jewelry, and other intricate pieces that
can't be trusted to just any kind of equip-
ment," Monica says.
Jobs like this are handled on an individ-
ual, case by case basis, after a consultation
with the customer. "Actually, there aren't
too many things we can't do when it comes
to jewelry repair, and we are happy to give
free estimates," she said.
Now M.L.R. Fine Jewelry and Gifts has
added state-of-the-art engraving services
for glass or metal. You can memorialize
wedding, graduation, and baby gifts, and
the detailed engraving that's available for
glasses, bowls, and other items are just too
elegant to imagine. You'll just have to come
by and see some of the items that are on
display. Monica invites you to come in and
transform your keepsakes today!
If you would care to browse the store's
web site, you can engage it at www.mlr-
finejewelryandgifts.com and find out more
about the store and its offerings and its 23
year contribution to customer satisfaction
in the jewelry industry.
You're invited to visit. The availabil-
ity of all the fine and affordable items for
gifts (and this could mean one for yourself
as well!) may influence your gift giving
plans this year. Swarovski Silver, Crystal,
and Swarovski Jewelry, Riconada, Fenton
Glass, and Kameleon and Trollbeads col-
lections, among others, will simply amaze
you.
And now the store offers the Bulova line
of watches and clocks that is among the
merchandise that will steal your heart--
without stealing your purse!
M.L.R. Fine Jewelry and Gifts offers well
crafted, high quality jewelry at competitive
prices. You will be assisted in selecting or
designing a unique gift for the special per-
son in your life (or for yourself!) As a full
service store, it offers jewelry repair, ring
sizing, watch battery replacement, and
watch repair.
And remember, if you wish to use a lay a
way plan, M.L.R. is there for you, happy to
assist you with any of your lay away issues.
Give them a call at (850) 994-4581 if you
have any questions about the merchandise
or services they offer. They will be happy to
talk with you about your jewelry questions.
Better yet, go by, because you will have
to register in person for the gift certificates
that are being given away each day of the
Open House celebration.
Start planning because the three-day
celebration begins tomorrow!


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Take Charge of Your Life
The use of drugs and alcohol can cause severe personal and health
consequences, and even death. If you are ready to make a change
for the better, Santa Rosa Medical Center can help with NewVision
Medical Stabilization Services a medically supervised inpatient
stabilization program to help adults (18 years and older) with
withdrawal symptoms from alcohol and certain drugs. In this program,
patients are medically supervised by a qualified multidisciplinary
treatment team which includes physicians and nurses. Inpatient
stabilization is approximately a 3-day hospital stay.

With stabilization and an ongoing desire to remain free of the
burden of substance use, many people have succeeded in turning
their lives around substance free. Free assessments are offered
with a 24-hour-a-day admissions process.

For more information, please call 850.626.5300.

Santa Rosa Wound Care
For many people in our community, their quality of life is severely
compromised by problems associated with serious wounds that are
often the result of diabetes, trauma injuries, radiation, infections,
ulcers and other conditions. At the Center for Wound Care and
Hyperbaric Medicine, we are turning the statistics around and healing
problerri wounds once and for all. In fact, our healing rate is 89.4
percent within a 14-week timeframe. From small children to senior
citizens, we are making a difference in the lives we serve, safely and
effectively.

To learn more about the benefits of Hyperbaric Medicine, please call
Jim Fax/anger at 850-994-4523.

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

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

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

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

For more information, please call Jerry Womack, Director of
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OUR VIEW


Messing with



the system

Congratulations to almost 75-percent of San-
ta Rosa County for going out and making your
voices be heard on election day.
Win or lose, this shows how well our political
system can work. It really does work...unless
someone messes with it or alters the original in-
tent of the process.
As with any "system," it can be manipulated
within the rules to accomplish something that
was not the original intention.
Two candidates in particular messed with the
process to the point a large majority of Santa
Rosans lost their opportunity to choose.
In the race was for sheriff, the beneficiary of
all of this was incumbent Wendell Hall.
Those who altered the process were the two
write-in candidates, William R. Cutts and Paul EF
Johnson.
How did they alter the process? They "ran"
for an office but never actually "campaigned."
That's right; they filed, but for some reason
did not campaign.
Maybe they were pleased with how the Re-
publicans voted in the August campaign.
To run an effective campaign, write-in or oth-
erwise, you have to work very hard and educate
the public.
Unfortunately, few members of the public
even knew about these two candidates. These
two didn't make much of an effort after August.
By filing, these two locked every registered
non-Republican voter out of the initial vote.
That initial vote is when most of the heavy-hit-
ters were running. The real, end-result of these
write-in candidacies was to allow the sheriff's
race to be decided by republican voters only.
Third-party manipulation is not new to the
American political process.
H. Ross Perot achieved this result twice when
Bill Clinton won. Then there was the election
Ralph Nader won for the Republicans when
George W defeated Al Gore when "chad" be-
came a not-so-popular word in Florida.
We are not bashing the election process, but
we feel if someone is going to file for an office,
they should at least campaign.
One of these candidates even sounded like a
Hall supporter during a political rally
In all of this, who should be most upset? Does
that right belong to the people? The election of-
ficials? The other candidates? Even the sheriff
could be upset for being denied the right to best
all the competitors.
A large segment of the voting public was de-
nied the right to vote by these two candidates.
Election officers had to go through all the ballots
due to these write-ins, and the end result was
the fact that the race was not representative of
the entire voting population.
The bottom line to our position here is simple.
If someone "says" they are going to run, they
should at least make a real effort. As much as
our reporters travel, no one saw even a sign pro-
moting either of these two "hidden" campaigns.
It is little wonder why so many people have
become so disenchanted with the process of
electing candidates.
The next time someone talks about "election
reform," we hope they address these items. No
one person should be denied the right to vote
(even if they don't have the money of other can-
didates), but neither should they be allowed to
change the entire process by the simple appear-
ance of a name on a ballot.



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like we have seen in North-
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it is just tant person to politicians is
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Dear Editor:
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publican sycophant
and their sycophant
the country are res
for the destruction
party?
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October 13, on the lo
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computer do... and the host went into a
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and this was struck down
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g for peo- late 1990s.
for office The next day a different
ne dollar caller questioned the host
plenty of again about his comments on
e retired a line item veto and pitifully,
e money the host began hemming and
I for their hawing, bobbing and weav-
d these ing (i.e. someone misunder-
iem run, stood).
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least one other person asked
the management to pull and
Joel Miller play the tapes of these two
calls. REFUSED. You de-
e is me cide.
Note: Article I, Section
VII's second paragraph
that Re- starts out, "Every Bill..."and
s locally afterwards ten times refers
s around to the Bill as "it", which is
sponsible singular.
of their Almost daily some call-
ers who call in almost daily
week of discuss with the host what
calbabb- the Democrats have done
ie follow- in congress during the past
two years. IMPOSSIBLE, as
t quoted Bush has the veto and a veto-
ard Stern proof Congress.
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t calling named "Your Turn" and
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VEHICLE ROLLS OVER; NONE INJURED


PHOTOS BY JENI SENTERI i'Press aizette


ONE-CAR (RASH: Emergency
workers responded to a
call of a single-vehicle
.-- accident on Glover Lane at
approximately 9:15 a.m.
Monday. The car appears to
have left the road and flipped
over before knocking down a
stop sign and coming to rest
against the trunk of a palm
tree. The male driver of the
iA vehicle, who was not injured,
managed to free himself from
the overturned automobile.
There were no passengers
in the car at the time of the
.___accident.



Covenant Hospice collecting


items for Milton Treasure Sale


By Jeni Booker Senter
jsenter@ isrpressgazette.com
According to Covenant
Hospice Director of Com-
munications Don Ruth, Cov-
enant Hospice is collecting
items for its up-coming Mil-
ton Treasure Sale.
Covenant Hospice is a
not-for-profit organization
dedicated for over 25 years
to providing comprehensive,
compassionate services to
patients and loved ones dur-
ing times of life-limiting ill-
nesses.
The focus of Covenant
Hospice is to enable its pa-
tients to live as fully and
comfortably as possible, to
provide dignified palliative
care, to assist patients' loved
ones in coping with end-of-
life issues and the eventual
death of the patient, and to
improve care for all patients
at the end of their lives by
example and education.
The sale will be held on
Saturday, March 14 at Milton
Storage, located at 6065 Van-
ity Fair Road.
Covenant Hospice will be
accepting furniture, appli-
ances, jewelry, house wares,
books, hardware, toys, an-
tiques, sporting goods, hard-
ware and lawn care items.
Clothing will not be ac-
cepted with the exception of
baby clothing.
Donations may be
dropped off at Unit 513 at


Milton Storage between
8 a.m. and noon Friday,
Nov. 14, Dec. 5 and Dec. 19.
Proceeds from the Trea-
sure Sale will support the
under-funded and non-reim
bursed special programs at


Covenant Hospice including
bereavement services, chil-
dren support services and
Chaplain services.
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SALUTES


ROBERT EDWARD ATES
All too often we tend to overlook some of
the people whose lives and careers have impacted
our own to a remarkable degree. Many of those
who have served us so faithfully in so many
diverse ways. even though we were aware of
them on a daily basis, are simply. and unfortu-
nately, taken for granted.
Robert Edward Ates is one of those individ-
uals who "shines" in terms of his contribution to
our safety and security through his military serv-
ice and his civilian commitment to our comfort
S a and convenience in seeing that our mail reached
5 us timely and reliably in a secure manner for such
along time.
Robert was born on November 15. 1925
\ (the year of the "big storm") to William Ates. Jr.
and Lois Walker Ates in the family home in
l Milton. During 1940 and 1942 Robert served in
__________ __ the United States Army and from 1942 to 1945 in
Robert Edward Ates the U.S. Navy in the North Atlantic European
Theatre aboard the Destroyer Escort USS Luke.
DE-577. During 1945 to 1949 he worked in the
oil exploration industry throughout the southern United States. And when he returned
home, he promised himself he would never again voluntarily leave the city limits of
Milton!
On September 16. 1950 he married Elizabeth "Betty" Fuller and the next year was
ordered back to active duty with the Navy.
In 1953 he went to work for the United States Postal Service as a substitute clerk
(city) for a dollar sixty-one and a half cents an hour. His assignments included delivering
mail door-to-door on foot throughout all of then-Milton proper, dispatching the evening
mail, and occasionally covering the clerk's window. In 1968 he became a Rural Letter
Carrier with a lirst-time assignment that covered the 136-mile Munson route. He retired
from the Postal Service in 1988 after serving 35 years under former Milton postmasters
Kate McDaniel and Leonard Wolfe.
Robert, who is also a charter member of Olivet Baptist Church, and his wife.
Elizabeth, are the parents of three: Mark Ates. M.D.. Atmore. Alabama; Nancy Haan of
Aztec. New Mexico; and the late Daniel Ates, deceased in 1989. who worked in the Press
Gazette's circulation department.
We are truly indebted to Robert for his unselfish and devoted government service,
both military and civil, and offer him this salute along with our gratitude for his commit-
minent to public service. Congratulations. Robert, and enjoy your planned Saturday 83rd
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"It has been a long time coming, but we are excited
to get this project moving again so visitors will
have appropriate access to this popular natural,
recreational and historic area ofthe National
Seashore."

Superintendent Eubanks


Press Gazette Staff Report

The National Seashore and Florida
Department ofTransportation (FDOT)
announced that reconstruction of Fort
Pickens Road is now underway. The
construction work began Monday.
The Federal Highway Administra-
tion is funding the road reconstruction
and FDOT, who is handling the con-
tract for the work, recently awarded it
to Anderson Columbia, Inc. They will
have 150 days to complete the project.
Superintendent Eubanks states, "It
has been a long time coming, but we
are excited to get this project moving
again so visitors will have appropriate
access to this popular natural, recre-
ational and historic area of the Nation-
al Seashore."
District Secretary Larry Kelley add-
ed that FDOT is proud to play a role in
the reconstruction of this major tour-
ist route. "We look forward to the day
when travelers can once again enjoy
the scenic tour from Pensacola Beach
to Fort Pickens."
Portions of Fort Pickens Road were
destroyed by Hurricane Ivan in the
summer of 2004 and the project was
halted before completion as a result of
Tropical Storm Arlene, Hurricane Cin-


from future storms.
Visitors to the Fort Pickens Area
need to be aware that during construc-
tion, the roadway and construction
corridor will be CLOSED to the public.
This corridor will include the paved
area westward from the entrance to
the park and will be delineated by sand
fencing. Visitors may still walk in north
or south of the construction corridor,
along the beach, but must stay out of
the construction zone. This is for safety
and also to allow the contract to move
forward with minimal disruption.
For additional information about
Seashore projects and programs con-
tact the Naval Live Oaks Visitor Center
at 850-934-2600 or visit our website at
www.nps.gov/guis.


People features area photographers


Celebrity bride, Olympic Downhill
Champion ski racer Picabo Street, her
fiance, and wedding planner were on a
nation-wide search for the perfect wed-
ding photographer.
The bride, a seasoned subject,
seemed to know just what an important
day it was to capture. This would be her
only day as bride, celebrating finding
the man of her dreams.
Serendipity brought them to the
work of local event photographers
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The couple loved their work and
asked them to travel up to capture


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their intimate affair on a private estate
in Alabama.
This whole experience has
been quite a whirlwind for these two
local photographers. "One day you're
spending hours making your pho-
tos perfect and wondering if anyone
even notices the quality or work you
do. The next day you're face to face
with a national treasure and you have
People magazine wanting to print your
pictures. God is good!" says Robert
Gilliard.
EppicMoments.com is a partner-
ship of two photographers: Robert


Gilliard and Melissa Epps (the com-
pany's name-sake). Recently, Ep-
picMoments was also recognized
as a winner in a nationwide con-
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Magazine.
A glimpse of EppicMoments Pho-
tography photos and the celebrity
bride's private affair will be featured
in this week's People Magazine.
This exceptional photography team
that focuses on capturing the es-
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Name that breakfast


By JENI BOOKER SENTER
jsenter@srpressgazette.com
The Santa Rosa Chamber
of Commerce still needs help
naming its monthly network-
ing breakfast.
More than 70 years ago,
The Rooster Club was the
original name for the month-
ly Chamber networking
breakfast.
Since that time, and
once ladies began attend-
ing, this informative and
fun "great way to start
your business day" has
been called The Horizon
Breakfast, The Last Friday
Breakfast, and The Last
Friday Horizon Break-
fast, which has been
compared to "The Last
Supper."
According to the cham-
ber, a number of good sub-
missions were entered after
the contest had ended, so it


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because it's
in our
product!


is reopening the submission
process in order to name the
breakfast.
The chamber is asking
members to come up with
a new and exciting name
for the monthly Chamber
breakfast.
Recommendations will
be accepted until Friday,
November 14 and will be
submitted to the Board
of Directors for vote on
Nov. 24 to choose the final
three.
Members will vote for the
winner out of the top three
submissions.
The winning submis-
sion will be recognized
at the December Holiday
Breakfast with a photo op-
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which resulted in damage to the newly
completed and in-progress roadwork.
The destroyed segments of the Fort
Pickens Road are targeted to be re-
placed with an at-grade geo-cell (inter-
locking high-strength permeable cells)
filled with sand and capped with a 1-2
inch layer of asphalt. This approach al-
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to wash out during future storm events
and will restore two-way public access
while allowing natural barrier island
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Santa Rosa County
Local Affordable Housing Incentive Strategies
Public Hearing Notice

The Santa Rosa County Affordable Housing Advisory Committee invites public participation in the meeting
to approve local housing incentive strategy recommendations and to review of local government implemen-
tation of previously recommended strategies. The meeting is scheduled as follows:

Wednesday,, November 19, 2008
3PM
Santa Rosa County Public Services Building
6051 Old Bagdad Highway
Media Room
Milton, FL 32571

The Advisory Committee will review the established policies and procedures, ordinances, land development
regulations, and adopted comprehensive plan and shall recommend specific actions or initiatives to encour-
age or facilitate affordable housing while protecting the ability a property to appreciate in value. The rec-
ommendations may include the modification or repeal of existing policies, procedures, ordinances, regula-
tions, or plan revisions; the creation of exceptions applicable to affordable housing; or the adoption of new
policies, procedures, regulations, ordinances, or plan provisions, including recommendations to amend the
local government comprehensive plan and corresponding regulations, ordinances, and other policies. As
required by State law (Section 420.9076, F.S.), at a minimum, the Advisory Committee will approve the sub-
mission of a report to the Santa Rosa County Board of County Commissioners that includes recommenda-
tions on affordable housing incentives in the following areas:

a) The processing of approvals of development orders or permits, as defined in s.163.3164(7) and
(8), for affordable housing projects is expedited to a greater degree than other projects.
b) The modification of impact-fee requirements, including reduction or waiver of fees and alternative
methods of fee payment for affordable housing.
c) The allowance of flexibility in densities for affordable housing.
d) The reservation of infrastructure capacity for housing for very-low-income persons, low-income
persons, and moderate-income persons.
e) The allowance of affordable accessory residential units in residential zoning districts.
f) The reduction of parking and setback requirements for affordable housing.
g) The allowance of flexible lot configurations, including zero-lot-line configurations for affordable
housing.
h) The modification of street requirements for affordable housing.
i) The establishment of a process by which the County considers, before adoption, policies,
procedures, ordinances, regulations, or plan provisions that increase the cost of housing.
j) The preparation of a printed inventory of locally owned public lands suitable for affordable
housing.
k) The support of development near transportation hubs and major employment centers and mixed-
use developments.
I) Other affordable housing incentives as identified by the Advisory Committee.
This public hearing affords citizens the opportunity to provide input and recommendations relating to affordable
housing activities. If you have any questions about this process or about this meeting, please contact Janice
Boone at (850) 981-7075 or janiceb@santarosa.fl.gov.
A copy of the tentative advisory committee recommendations can be obtained by interested persons at the Public
Services Building, Community Planning, Zoning and Development, Housing Program Office, at 6051 Old Bagdad
Highway, Suite, 201, Milton, FL 32583.

Santa Rosa County adheres to the Americans with Disabilities Act and will make reasonable modifications for
access to this meeting upon request. Please call Santa Rosa County Planning, Zoning and Development
Division at (850) 981-7075 to make a request. For Hearing-Impaired, 1-800-955-8770 (Voice). Requests must
be received at least 48 hours in advance of the meeting in order to provide the requested service.


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Sports SIDELINE


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

Golf Scramble: The Santa Rosa
County Whiting Fliers Golf Associa-
tion Veterans Memorial Golf Classic on
Nov. 14 at the NAS Whiting Field Golf
Course. Proceeds will benefit the Em-
erald Coast Honor Flight Santa Rosa
CountyInitiative to send local World War
II veterans on the next Honor Flight in
April as well as future flights. Registra-
tion 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 "lon-
gest drive" awards. 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 Memorial-
Honor Flight fund, at 5191 C Willing St,
Milton, FL 32570. All donations are tax
deductible.

Youth Wresting: The Milton youth
wrestling season has kicked off and the
Milton Panther Takedown Club Youth
Wrestling Program for ages six and up
with former Olympic Coach Rob Her-
mann every Thursday at Hobbs Middle
School gym from 7-8:30 p.m. cost is $35.

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, November 6th, 6:00pm at the
HealthPlex on Hwy 77 and Baldwin.
Are you interested? Contact Robin
Smith at 850-784-9899 or MSVAvolley-
ball@hotmail.com

Garcon Point Bridge Run: The
Santa Rosa Education Foundation is
partnering with Mediacom to announce
its inaugural "Connecting Education
in Santa Rosa County" Garcon Point
Bridge Run. The special event for chil-
dren and adults supports programs like
Take Stock in Children scholarships,
teacher grants, Little Red Schoolhouse
Teacher Supply Depot, and recognition
of teachers and student countywide.
The 5-mile run-walk will be Nov. 15
at 7:30 a.m. A general entry fee is $15
for children and $20 for adults. Regis-
tration is available on-line at active.com
or you can print a registration form at
www.santarosa.kl2.fl.us/sref

Rodeo: The Dixie Darters Drill
Team will be hosting a rodeo Nov. 22 at
the East Milton Recreation Park. The
Little Wranglers Rodeo events will be-
gin at 2 p.m. and include Barrel Race,
Goat Untying, Pole Bending, Steer
riding, flag race, goat tying, and team
roping.
The rodeo is set to begin at 7 p.m.
and will include team roping, chute
doggin', barrel racing, goat tying, pole
bending, and bull riding.
Tickets are $8 at the gate and kids
six and under are free. Pre-sale tickets
will go on sale Nov. 1 and will be $6.
For more information call 957-0784.
Registration deadline for events is
Nov. 14.

Futbol Club of Santa Rosa Fall Soc-
cer Registration: Registration is cur-
rently 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. Individuals interested in
coaching or assisting can sign up on the
volunteer page while registering their
child or e-mail vicepresident@fcsanta-
rosa.com. More information on the rec-
reational and select soccer programs is
available on the club Web site.

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 Library.
Some of the items you could win
include a Eli Manning signed Giants
football, an Emmitt Smith signed Cow-
boys helmet, a Travis Fryman signed
baseball, Boo Weekley signed hat and
picture, Haley Millsaps signed hat and


picture, Danny Wuerffel signed mini-
helmets, and much more.
Ticket sales are underway for $10
each or six for $50. The raffle ends
Nov.29.

More activities can be found at
www.srpressgazette.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 enter your
events there as well.


Sports


Santa Rosa Press Gazette I A9


_ Fish & Wildlife REPORT


This report represents some
events the FWC handled from
Oct. 31 to Nov. 6, in the North-
west Region of Florida; however,;
it does not include all actions
taken by the Division of Law En-
forcement.

ESCAMBIA COUNTY

On Nov. 2, Officer Keith Clark
checked a vessel at Sherman
Cove Marina. Officer Clark
spoke to the owner of the vessel
and asked if he caught any fish.
The owner stated, "Lots of white
trout." Officer Clark asked if
he caught any red drum. He
replied, "Two." One of the red
drum was legal size, but the sec-
ond fish was oversized. Upon
closer inspection of the fish
compartment, Officer Clark ob-
served a third red fish which was
also oversize. The boat owner
admitted catching all three red
drum. The owner was cited for
the two violations, possession of
over-the-bag limit and posses-
sion of oversize red drum.

SANTA ROSA COUNTY

On Oct. 31, an FWC officer
on water patrol encountered a
vessel with one man harvest-
ing oysters in East Bay, while
the oyster reefs were closed due
to excessive rainfall a few days
earlier. The harvester was is-
sued a notice to appear for har-
vesting oysters from a condition-
ally-closed area.

On Oct. 31, an FWC officer
was checking fishermen for com-
pliance as they exited Bob Sikes
Fishing Bridge on Pensacola
Beach. As the officer inspected
one fisherman at the foot of the
bridge, another fisherman car-
rying a plastic bucket attempted
to avoid the officer by slowly edg-
ing out of his vision range. The
officer quickly caught the sus-
pect fisherman and stopped him.
The suspect had two very small
gag grouper in the bucket. The
fisherman was issued a citation
for possession of undersize gag
grouper.

On Nov. 2, on Blackwater Bay,
an FWC officer stopped a small
commercial oyster vessel head-
ed northbound and returning
from East Bay. The single male
operator had four sacks of oys-
ters weighing approximately 50
pounds each. Upon completion
of the inspection, it was deter-
mined that the harvester was
in possession of un-culled oys-
ters and undersize oysters. The
count revealed 37% un-culled


and 12% undersize oysters. The
fisherman was charged with two
misdemeanor violations and giv-
en warnings for untagged oys-
ters and unprotected oysters.

OKALOOSA COUNTY

On Nov. 1, Officer Matt Webb
was on water patrol near the
Destin Pass when he stopped a
Georgia registered vessel with
four people aboard returning
from offshore fishing. During
the inspection, Officer Webb dis-
covered the fishermen were in
possession of two oversize red
drum. Two fishermen admit-
ted to catching the fish. Officer
Webb seized the fish and issued
citations for the violation.

On Nov. 2, Officer James Van
Barrow was on patrol in the
Blackwater Wildlife Manage-
ment Area when he noticed a ve-
hicle parked near an area where
bait (corn) was found a couple of
weeks earlier. At the site, Officer
Barrow found a subject hunting
over bait and issued a citation for
the violation.

BAY COUNTY

Lt. Jay Chesser received a
complaint from a subject who
was having problems with a resi-
dent who lived adjacent to his
hunting lease. When archery
season opened, the complain-
ant noticed no deer were com-
ing to his feeder and photos from
his game camera showed the
nearby resident walking around
his feeder with a spray bottle
in his hand. Lt. Chesser talked
with the resident and obtained
a confession as to spraying the
feeder with a commercial animal
repellant. Written warnings for
trespass and hunter harassment
were issued.

Officer Mark Clements was
walking a closed section of
the Econfina Wildlife Manage-
ment Area when he heard what
sounded like someone digging
and heard a man's voice count-
ing to eight. He located a man
who had just dug eight holes and
when asked what he was doing,
had no answer. Officer Dennis
Palmer and Lt. Jay Chesser ar-
rived shortly afterward as Of-
ficer Clements interviewed the
subject. It was found the subject
was cultivating cannabis and in
his possession was a large bag
of cannabis seeds. Also located
were several fresh stripped
stalks of cannabis plants and a
cannabis cigarette. The subject
was booked into the Bay County


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Jail for cultivation of cannabis
and possession of more than 20
grams of cannabis.

FRANKLIN COUNTY

On the evening of Oct. 28, Of-
ficer Chasen Yarborough per-
formed a traffic stop on a vehicle
that was being driven erratically
just west of Carrabelle on High-
way 98. The operator was found
to be under the influence of al-
cohol, operating a vehicle with a
suspended driver's license and
had open arrest warrants from
Florida and Georgia. The opera-
tor was transported to the Frank-
lin County Jail where he was
charged with driving under the
influence of alcohol, refusal to
submit to a breath test and driv-
ing while license was suspended
or revoked. The operator will
also face charges on the warrants
from Florida and Georgia.

On the evening of Nov. 1, Of-
ficer Travis Huckeba worked a
boating safety and boating under
the influence detail in the Apala-
chicola River to coincide with
the annual Florida Seafood Fes-
tival. Officer Huckeba inspected
five vessels. The inspections re-
vealed boating safety and vessel
registration violations. Three
uniform boating citations and
three written warnings were is-
sued during the detail.


JEFFERSON/WAKULLA
COUNTIES

On Oct. 30, Lieutenants Kent
Harvey and Scott Pearce, Inves-
tigator Tony Brunson, Officers
Billy Kemp and Matt Bell, and
Pilot Frank Utermohlen worked
a fire hunting detail on Highway
98 in Jefferson County. Lt. Har-
vey received information that
two known poachers from Jef-
ferson County would be visiting
a bar on the Jefferson/Wakulla
County line. After leaving the
bar, the suspects usually would
shoot deer on the side of the road
on the way home. Surveillance
was placed on the suspect's ve-
hicle once it arrived at the bar.
The suspects did not stay long
before they decided to go hunt-
ing. Officer Bell was placed
down the roadjust beyond where
a lot of deer were feeding beside
the road. As the suspect vehicle
approached slowly, the passen-
ger shot a 6?point buck. The air-
craft maintained surveillance on
the vehicle until Lt. Harvey and
Officer Bell were able to stop the
vehicle and arrest the father and
son. .


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LEON/GADSDEN
COUNITES

On Oct. 21, Officer Chris
Jones was on water patrol on
the Ochlockonee River. Officer
Jones conducted a vessel stop
on a jon boat with three persons
on board. An inspection of their
catch revealed the men were in
possession of nine undersized
speckled perch. All three men
were cited.

LEON/JEFFERSON
COUNTIES

On Nov. 1 and 2, officers from
the Leon and Jefferson County
squads along with the Aviation
Section worked a detail targeting
illegal dog hunting and fire hunt-
ing in the Apalachicola National
Forest, Aucilla Wildlife Manage-
ment Area and adjacent pri-
vate lands. Numerous contacts
were made but no violations
found.

LEON COUNTY

On Oct. 31, officers from Leon
County worked a boating safety/
fishing detail on Lake Talquin
during the night. Officers were
targeting size limit violations on
black crappie, trotline require-
ments and boating safety regula-
tions. Thirty-five users and nine
vessels were checked. Three
warnings were issued during the
detail.

On Oct. 26, Officer Charles
Higman was contacted by the
Leon County Sheriff's Office re-
garding a vehicle stuck in Lake
Jackson that appeared to have
been mud bogging. After inves-
tigating, talking with the vehicle
owner, and assessing the damage
to the lake bottom, Officer Hig-
man issued the individual a cita-
tion for damaging state lands.

JEFFERSON COUNTY

On Nov. 2, Lt. Kent Harvey
received information that some
individuals were attempting to
take deer on private land by il-
legal method. The subjects were
allegedly using rifles during
muzzleloader season. Lt. Har-
vey set up surveillance and at
dusk, the subject shot. Lt. Har-
vey called Officer Matt Bell for
assistance in making the stop.
Upon inspection, the hunter did
not possess a license or muzzle-
loader permit and was charged
accordingly.


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Wednesday, Nov. 12, 2008


SPORTS


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Regionals remain for Pace and Jay


By BILL GAMBLING
sports @ srprcssgazettc.coiml

The competition was
intense, but when you put
over 100 runners compet-
ing against each other to
see who is fastest. Add the
element of team and you get
cross-county.
Saturday's district meets
in Pace (Class 3A) and Talla-
hassee (Class A) lived up to
their billing.
At Sims Middle School,
the far east (Tallahassee)
brought with them the pow-
er as Tallahassee Chiles won
the girls meet easily with a
near perfect score as they
swept the first four places
to finish the meet with 18
points to easily finish ahead
of Ft. Walton Beach with 86
points.
Rounding out the top
eight from the Class 3A
meet at Sims were Tallahas-
see Leon in third with 87
points followed by Navarre
(163), Choctawhatchee (170),
Crestview (178), Washington
(181), and Pace (210).
The eighth place finish


guarantees Pace a berth in
this Saturday's Regional
meet as the Lady Patriots
closed the gap on Washing-
ton, while Pine Forest did
not fare as well at the dis-
trict meet as they did the
previous week on the same
course for the Esca-Rosa
Championships.
Milton who is a very
young squad this year fin-
ished 12"' with 286 points.
Audrey Carson led the
Lady Patriots with a 29"'
place finish in a time of 21:20,
while Laura Nelson took the
top finishing spot for Milton
in 47"' place with a time of
22:23.
Freshman Lily Williams
led the Chiles onslaught by
finishing first in an amazing
17:43, which was almost 50
seconds ahead of the next
runner, who happened to
be another freshman from
Chiles, Carly Thomas.
On the boys' side of the
3A District meet, Milton and
Pace saw their hopes get
dashed on the rather fast
course at Sims Middle.
The Patriots finished


ninth with 231 points, while
Milton finished 10"' despite a
top 15 run by freshman Dar-
rin Carr who will advance
to the regionals as an indi-
vidual.
"I just started out a little
two fast," said Carr, who ran
the distance in 16:46. "But
I just fell back got in my
rhythm and started picking
them off again."
Carr's qualifying time
was just over a minute be-
hind overall boys' winner
Matt Mizereck of Tallahas-
see Leon who posted the
winning time of 15:44 and
was six seconds ahead of
Navarre's Zach Boston,
who was the highest local
runner.
Pace junior and team
leader Ryan Labombard
ran a very competitive race,
but ended up finishing 211
overall in a time of 16:57.
While Tallahassee was
dominating in Pace as Sims
Middle it was Jay who tried
to return the favor during
their visit to Tallahassee for
the District 1-A meet Satur-
day.


Jay came close to keep-
ing up with Maclay for the
District 1-A title, but the de-
fending district champions
won with 36 points to the
Royals 78 on the boys' side.
Rounding out the top
four were North Florida
Christian (107) and South
Walton (114), while Pensac-
ola Christian just missed
qualifying in fifth with 124
points.
Individually sophomore
James Whitehead led Jay
once again with a time of
17:23, which put him almost
a full minute off the pace
set by district champion
Whitney Strickland of North
Florida Christian who set a
mark of 16:27.
Drew and Dusty Ken-
nedy helped the Royals
secure the runner-up spot
with their top 20 finishes,
while Jeff Fischer was just
out of a top 20 in 211 place
overall.
On the girls' side, Maclay
finished the sweep of the
district titles, while Jay fin-
ished fourth with 83 points
earning the final qualifying


BILL GAMBLING I Press Gazette
Milton's Darin Carr makes a strong start to pass several
runners on his way to a 15th place finish Saturday in the
District 1-3A Cross County Meet at Sims Middle School
in Pace. Carr qualified for the Class 3A Region 1 meet
this Saturday based on his individual performance with a
time of 16:46 over the 5K course.


spot for regionals with 83
points.
Leely Trevino led the
Lady Royals with a fifth
place finish in a time of
21:19, while Maclay's Jana
Stolting blistered the course
in a time of 18:47, which
was almost a minute and a


half better than the second
place runner who was also
from Maclay
In addition, posting top 20
finishes for Jay were fresh-
man Allison Blair in 15th
with a time of 22:30, while
senior Trista Talbot crossed
the line in 19"t in 22:59.


Milton looking to close out season with pride


Ruston


turns it


By BILL GAMBLING
sports@srpressgazette.coni

GONZALES, Fla. Milton is playing for pride
this week as senior night will mark the end of what
has been an season of highs and lows.
Friday the Tate Aggies (3-6) used the arm of Ed-
win Richburg to defeat the Milton Panthers 28-16
and earn the runner up spot in District 1-4A.
Richburg, who finished the game with 270 yards
passing, dialed long distance three times late in the
first quarter as Tate took a 21-3 lead into halftime.
Milton came out strong on the opening posses-
sion, but settled for a 31-yard field goal off the foot of
Mauricio Barber with 9:40 left in the first quarter
"We had to make plays and had a few key drops
in the first half," said Milton head coach Mike Mc-
Million. "I thought we came out and played a much
better second half, but they made their plays in the
first half.
"I am proud of my guys for coming out and play-
ing with a lot of character in the second half."
The game would stay 3-0 as the Panthers defense
would bend slightly, but never did break until 7:33 be-
fore halftime.
On second-and-eight from the Aggies 33, Rich-
burg launched a perfect spiral that found Q Ford
around the 25 yard line. After rolling over the Milton
defender, he would never touch the ground and then
finish off the play for a 67-yard touchdown to go up
7-3 following a Blake Cicheskie extra point.
It would stay 7-3 as field position was something
both teams were trying to establish until two minutes
prior to halftime when the Aggies went for it all.
Richburg found Ford for his second touchdown
pass of the night this time covering 66 yards to put
Tate up 14-3.
Milton was forced to punt on the next possession
and with just over 30 seconds remaining in the first
half Tate coach Ed Rigby went for the jugular to put
the Panthers out of the playoff picture as Richburg
hit Tevon Padgett in stride covering 64 yards to
make it 21-3.


BILL GAMBLING I Press Gazette
Milton's quarterback Matt Floyd drops back to for a pass attempt early in the first half of
Friday's 28-16 loss to Tate High School. Floyd finished with 199 yards and two interceptions as
the Panthers were eliminated from the playoffs.


Richburg made his presence felt in the first half
with his arm by throwing for 225 yards while com-
pleting 4-of-5 through the air.
Milton (3-6, 0-2 in District 1-4A) would add a cou-
ple of late scores in the second half, but could not cut
into the huge lead the Aggies built and held onto.
The first score was a four-yard run by Dedrick
Simmons from four yards out with 6:12 remaining in
the game, while the final score came when Austin
Worley found himself on the receiving end of a 14-
yard pass from Matt Floyd with just under one min-
ute left in the game.
Floyd finished the game going 16-of-38 for 199
yards while being picked off on two different occa-


sions, both of which were deep in Aggie territory
Simmons led the Panthers ground attack with 72
yards on 20 carries.
Tate will travel to Ft. Walton Beach next week for
the first round of the Class 4A football playoffs after
the Vikings defeated the Crestview Bulldogs in a
shootout Monday to claim the District 2-4A title.
The Panthers will close out the regular season
Thursday when they host the Pine Forest Eagles on
Senior Night at 7:30 p.m.
"This game is all about pride for the seniors,"
said McMillion. "We just have to regroup and focus
on how we want to send our seniors out."
Senior night activities will begin at 7 p.m.


Jay Royals give

starters break in win

over Franklin County


Press Gazette Staff Report

The Jay Royals closed out
jits district schedule with a big
33-20 win over Franklin Coun-
ty at home on Friday.
Despite being eliminated
from the playoff picture last
week, Jay (6-3; 5-2 in District
1-A) jumped out early as run-
ning back Dakota Boughton
went 15 yards to give the Roy-
als a 6-0 lead in the first quar-
ter.
Then it was time to air it
out for Jay as quarterback
Steven Brabham found Hunt
er Boutwell for his first of two
touchdowns covering 18. Ini
the second quarter the duo
would combine for a 20 yard
score as the Royals head onto


their shutout.
A 29 yard pass from Brab-
ham to Dale Barlow would se-
cure the game as the Royals
signal called went 5-of-7 for
106 yards.
Steven James would add
the final Jay score before half-
time to go up 33-0.
After halftime the Royals
would rest their starters and
in the fourth quarter Franklin
County would score 20 unan-
swered points.
Jay will now prepare to
host their neighboring rival
Baker Gators Friday at 7 p.m.
as the annual "War of High-
way 4" will be renewed.
Attempts to contact Jay
coach Elijah Bell following the
game were unsuccessful.


on late to


stop Pace


Press Gazette Staff Report

The Ruston Bearcats
turned it on in the second
half as they dropped the
Pace Patriots to .500 on
the season with a 27-7 win
Friday in Ruston, La.
With Ruston leading 7-
0, Bearcats quarterback
Nick Rome was stripped
of the ball while attempt-
ing to pass and Ryne Bur-
kett returned the fumble
to the Ruston 34.
Six plays later Pace (5-
5) tied the game as Tra-
vis Scott got the edge on
a toss sweep to tie the
score at 7-7.
But Ruston would
answer with the next 20
points.
"I felt like we were
still in the game when
it was 14-7," said Pace
head coach Mickey Lind-
sey. "I felt good about
our chances, but we lost
some momentum.
"Ruston is a very pres-
tigious and classy pro-
gram in Louisiana with
10 state titles."
Rome found wide re-
ceiver Ross Garbarino
for a 63-yard pass on the
very next play from
scrimmage and running
back Carlos Wilson soon
bowled across the goal
line on a two-yard run,
capping the drive with
the first of three unan-
swered Ruston touch-
downs and putting the
Bearcats ahead 14-7.
Pace quarterback
Aaron Munoz was sacked
four times and completed
4-of-16 pass attempts for
57 yards and an intercep-
tion.
The Patriots will have
the week off as they will
prepare to host Crest-
view who lost to Ft. Wal-
ton Beach on Monday in
a three-team shootout
to decide the district
crown.
"We are going to give
our kids a little time off
to get their legs back and
heal, but we have also got
to practice," said Lind-
sey.


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COOL CAR


BILL GAMBLING | Press Gazette
Nathan Hendrix (right) and Joshua Sanders check out the Gainsco Auto
Insurance 2007 Grand-Am Rolex Sport Car Series Championship car driven by
Alex Gurney, Jon Fogarty, Jimmie Johnson, and Jimmy Vasser. The car was on
display at Auto and Home Insurance in Pace.














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By JENI BOOKER SENTER


Th1I Santa [o ii County Happy \eteran-l Da.i Card
ContLst. sponsored b) the Elks. [Di.ihled .nierican Vet-
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kindergarten thrniugh tive, participated in tlis le.ir's
\eterains Day program at the Santa Rosa County Vet-
erans Plaza This years winning students kere invited
to ride in the para.Ide and reLeived their -Best in County.
Ribbon" during theceremon'i at the leterons Plaza from
the Cuonimanding Otticer of HT 138
The kinderoarten card contest winner is Andaria


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Marg.iret Slessions
The first Kraide card contest winner is Sasha Khvat-
LkovIa at Daphne Luchsinger's first grade class at Onole
Beach Elenmentaryn School
The second grade card contest winner is Dagan Mos-
le* of Kathv Rohrig-West's first grade class at West Na-
.arre Primniary School
The third grade winner is Kaylee Kowalski at Pea
Ridee Elementarv's third grade classroom of \'iki Dix-
son
Corbin Grant is the fourth grade winner from Gail Da-
\ i' fourth grade class at DixL\on Intermediate School.
The flith grade winner is Tuesday Skinner from Karen
Hall's fitth 2rade class at Dixon Intermediate School
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Community


Wednesday, November 12, 2008


NOTICE OF CHANGE OF LAND USE

AND INTENT TO CONSIDER AN
ORDINANCE

The Santa Rosa County Board of County Commissioners will conduct a public
hearing to consider a change of larnid use and/or rezoning of land areas depict-
ed on the maps within this advertisement. The hearings are scheduled as fol-
lows:

Board of County Commissioners (to consider adoption of the ordinance):

Monday, December 1, 2008 at 6:00 p.m.

The meeting will be held at the Santa Rosa County Administrative Center in the
Board Meeting Room, 6495 Caroline Street, Milton, Florida. At the public
hearing, the Board of County Commissioners shall consider adoption of an
ordinance entitled as follows:

Ordinance No. 1:

AN ORDINANCE RELATING TO SANTA ROSA COUNTY,
FLORIDA; AMENDING ORDINANCE 2003-25; AMENDING
THE FUTURE LAND USE MAP OF THE SANTA ROSA
COUNTY COMPREHENSIVE PLAN; CHANGING THE LAND
USE CLASSIFICATIONS AS DEPICTED IN THE ATTACHED
MAPS; AMENDING CHAPTER 10, THE CAPITAL IMPROVE-
MENTS ELEMENT, SCHEDULE OF CAPITAL IMPROVE-
MENTS AND ASSOCIATED POLICIES; AMENDING CHAP-
TER 3, FUTURE LAND USE ELEMENT, POLICY 3.1.A.14;
AMENDING CHAPTER 4, TRANSPORTATION ELEMENT,
UPDATING THE FUTURE TRANSPORTATION MAP SERIES
4-1 THRU 4-4; AMENDING CHAPTER 4, TRANSPORTATION
ELEMENT, UPDATING TABLE 4.1, ADOPTED LEVEL OF
SERVICE (LOS); AMENDING CHAPTER 4, TRANSPORTA-
TION ELEMENT, ADDING POLICY 4.1.D.2 ESTABLISHING A
LONG TERM CONCURRENCY MANAGEMENT SYSTEM;
AMENDING CHAPTER 4, TRANSPORTATION ELEMENT,
POLICY 4.1.D.8 ADDING PROPORTIONATE FAIR-SHARE
AS AN OPTION FOR MEETING CONCURRENCY CRITERIA;
PROVIDING FOR SEVERABILITY; PROVIDING FOR CODIFI-
CATION; AND PROVIDING FOR AN EFFECTIVE DATE.

The following future land use map amendments to the Santa Rosa County
Comprehensive Plan are for adoption and submittal to the Department of Com-
munity Affairs as the second of two (2 of 2) amendment packages allowed by
FloridaStatutes in Calendar Year 2008 (08-2).

Zoning District Amended: from AG (Agriculture District), R1 (Single Family
Residential District), and R2M (Medium Density Mixed Residential Subdivision
District) to HCD (Highway Commercial Development District).

Future Land Use Designation Amended: from Agriculture, Single Family
Residential and Residential to Commercial approximately 46.31 acres.


Zoning District Amended: No Change
Future Land Use Designation Amended: from Agriculture to Single Family
Residential approximately 432.13 acres.


Zoning District Amended: No Change
Future Land Use Designation Amended: from Agriculture, Single Family
Residential, and Garcon Point Single Family to Industrial approximately
590.42 acres.


The proposed ordinance and maps may be inspected by the public prior to the
above scheduled meetings at the Santa Rosa County Planning Department,
6051 Old Bagdad Highway, Milton, Florida. Interested parties may appear at
the meetings and be heard with respect to this proposed ordinance. All inter-
ested parties should take notice that if they decide to appeal any decision
made by the Santa Rosa County Board of County Commissioners with respect
to any matter coming before said Board at said meeting, it is their individual
responsibility to insure that a record of proceedings they are appealing exists
and for such purpose they will need to insure that a verbatim record of the pro-
ceedings is made, which record shall include the testimony and the evidence
upon which their appeal is to be based.

Santa Rosa County adheres to the Americans with Disabilities Act and will
make reasonable modifications for access to this meeting upon request.
Please call Santa Rosa County Planning, Zoning and Development Division at
(850) 981-7075 to make a request. For Hearing-Impaired, 1-800-955-8770
(Voice). Requests must be received at least 48 hours in advance of the meet-
ing in order to provide the requested service.


Milton Woman's Club Hosts Jewelry Sale and Luncheon


By Jeni Booker Senter
jseiintelr)srprecssiazIctlec.uoi
The GFWC Milton Wom-
an's Club announces a fund-
raising event, Soup, Sand-
wich and Shopping at the
Milton Clubhouse, 6863 Oak
Street in downtown Milton.
The event is set for Friday,
November 21, from 10 a.m.
to 3 p.m. There is no charge
to attend and shop.
A luncheon of soup,
chicken croissant, dessert
and beverage will be avail-
able from 11 a.m. to 1:30 p.m.
at a cost of $7.50.
Tickets are available at
the Santa Rosa Chamber
of Commerce, 5247 Stewart
St. in Milton. You must have
exact change or checks.
You may also purchase tick-
ets from all Woman's Club
members and at the door.
Pensacola jewelry art-
ist, Irene Faulk, will have a
large display of handmade
jewelry creations set up in-
side the historic Clubhouse.
Ms. Faulk is a native of
Milton, grew up in Pensac-
ola and is a retired court
reporter. She began a won-
derful hobby of bead-mak-
ing five years ago and is now
a featured artist.
Faulk will offer a wide as-
sortment of pieces, including
earrings, necklaces, brace-
lets, anklets, purse charms
and more. Many new de-
signs have been added, plus
all the latest colors to match
your fall and winter fashions


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will be available.
Prices start as low as $5
and will include a wide vari-
ety of stones and shapes, in-
cluding beautiful Swarovski
crystal and gemstone neck-
lace creations.
Faulk has participated in
several events hosted by the
Milton Woman's Club and is
delighted to participate in
this fund-raiser and to help
the club raise funds for their
many ongoing community
projects.
She says she is im-
pressed with all the ways
this one organization works


throughout the community
and with how many awards
they have received from the
state organization.
Public Relations Chair
of the Woman's Club Cecile
Stephens says, "Jot down
the names of all the ladies
on your holiday gift list and
head over to the Milton
Clubhouse for a pleasant
shopping experience and
enjoy lunch. Just remem-
ber, there is no charge to
just shop."
For more information,
please phone 850-623-9635 or
email retsel4765@aol.com.


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Genealogical Society
meeting

The Genealogical Society
of Santa Rosa County will
meet at 10:00 on November
15th at the Milton Library,
5541 Alabama Street. Sharon
Marsh, President of the San-
ta Rosa County Cemetery
Association, Inc., will pres-
ent the organization's goals
and purpose and how the
community can get involved


in preserving and protecting
.the county's cemeteries.

Sandy Landing Boat
Ramp & Camp closure

Sandy Landing Boat
Ramp located at 10315 San-
dy Landing Road off of Chu-
muckla Springs Road in Jay,
will close January 1 through
February 15, 2009. The boat
ramp is privately owned by
RMS Timberlands LLC and


public access is maintained
by the Santa Rosa County
Public Works Department
through a license agree-
ment.
As part of the agreement,
the ramp and camping area
are closed during peak hunt-
ing dates toensure the safety
of the public. Signs are cur-
rently posted. The landing
will reopen for boating and
camping on February 16.
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Wednesday, November 12, 2008


On Saturday, December 6, from 7
a.m. to 2 p.m. Family Promise of Santa
Rosa, Inc. will hold its second annual
Attic Sale in the gym at Milton First
Assembly of God Church located at
6163 Dogwood Drive in Milton. Many
new items will be available at "thrifty
prices," along with some "previously
loved" items. Christmas items will be
available for the early decorators.
Early bird admission (7 a.m. 8
a.m.) is $10.00. After 8 a.m., admis-
sion will be $3.00. In the event of nice
weather, some outside booths will be
available with no admission fee. From
electronics and furniture, home de-


cor and collectibles to various holiday
items, outdoor entertainment and
children's toys, the Family Promise
second annual Attic Sale will offer a
wide selection of "deals" to appeal to
everyone.
Proceeds from the sale will be
used to help homeless children and
their families in Santa Rosa County
move from crisis to self-sufficiency
through Family Promise of Santa
Rosa, Inc. which is an interfaith
nonprofit organization committed to
helping low-income families achieve
lasting independence. Family Prom-
ise provides citizens the opportunity


Kornerstone


to reach out to those in need within
their own communities and to make
a difference in the very place where
they live.
Locally, 21 churches participate in
the Interfaith Hospitality Network,
which provides food and shelter to
homeless families in our community.
As families become more indepen-
dent, Family Promise also provides
Transitional Housing as an interme-
diate step to self-sufficiency.
For more information or to donate
items for the Family Promise Attic
Sale, please contact Debbie Laird at
850.623.5300.


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Kornerstone BRIEFS


2nd Annual Family Promise Attic Sale


to raise funds for families in need


Food Pantry opens
Nov. 21st
Shepherd's House Min-
istries, Inc. will open their
"Good Samaritan" Food
Pantry distribution on Fri-
day, Nov. 21, at 11 a.m. Early
sign-in is at 7 a.m. for Santa
Rosa County. For more in-
formation, call 983-3228.

Focus on the Family's
- The Truth Project
Everyone is invited to
the Imogene Theatre on
Saturday, Nov. 29, from 10
a.m. to 7 p.m. Come cel-
ebrate the Lord's Kick-off
of His Birthday Season


Matthew 7:25 "The rain came
down, the streams rose, and the winds
blew and beat against that house; yet it
did not fall, because it had its founda-
tion on the rock."
We are all prone to making the same
serious mistake when it comes to suf-
fering, especially when it's our suffer-
ing. We mistakenly believe that suffer-
ing is supposed to be an exception or
strange feature in life.
It works like this: Something comes
crashing into our world, and because
we are so accustomed to comfort and
peace, we see it as some foreign object
that requires immediate removal. And
when it isn't removed, we find it strange
and unsettling. "This shouldn't be hap-
pening to me! What's wrong with me?
What did I do to deserve this?"
The answer is nothing. Nothing is
wrong because trials are part of the
package of being human. Earth is an
imperfect place, and that means the
rains will come down, the streams will
rise, and the winds are going to beat


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November Pirate
Programs coming your
way
Ye 'AAAARRRRRR Invit-
ed! Crafts, facts and skull-
duggery await ye' matey at
three of the West Florida
Public Library branches.
Climb on board and join us
for a swashbuckling time
with our pirate crew. Con-
tact Main Branch, Tryon
Branch, or Southwest
Branch for specific details
or visit our website at www.
wfr.lib.fl.us for more infor-
mation. All programs are
free and do not require
sign-ups. For ages 5-12.

Hearing loss help
Dr. John Carter and
Hearing Solutions of the
Emerald Coast is offering
a free consumer seminar
on Tuesday, November 18,
2008 at 11:00 AM 1:00 PM
at Ryan's Steakhouse, 4955
Highway 90, Pace.
Don't miss the opportu-
nity to learn about the ma-
jor causes of hearing loss
and latest advancements
in hearing technology. You
will also discover be by Re-


against us. Trials are inevitable be-
cause that's the way of life.
Whether it's unexpected or it's an-
ticipated, something in life is going to
break: a discouraging diagnosis, a bro-
ken heart over a relationship, or the
loss of a loved one. There is going to be
something, and there is nothing we can
do to stop it.
What does this mean for us? It
means the objective should not be to
avoid suffering at all cost. We should
understand that things are going to
happen and we need to take refuge in
the One who has the power to preserve
us through our suffering. Jesus didn't
say the storms of life might come; He
guaranteed that they would.
Remember Job in the Old Testa-
ment. He is hit with. one calamitous
wave after another. He loses his pos-
sessions, he loses his children, and he
loses his heath. Everything is taken
away from him except his life.
The next several chapters of the
book record for us Job talking through


eity and/or neglect. The fact
sheet is available on the
Web at http://www.santa-
rosa.fl.gov/news/factsheet/
110708factsheetl0.pdf, or at
www.santarosa.fl.gov, under
what's hot.
In order to offer this
service at the lowest cost
possible, the fact sheet
series is created in-house
and is not professionally
printed, but is available on
the county's Web site at
www.santarosa.fl.gov.
The public can visit the
Web site to view current
and past issues and sign up
to receive the publication
of their choice automati-
cally via e-mail by clicking
"Join Publication Distribu-
tion List." To ensure ev-
eryone can access the in-
formational pieces, citizens
without Internet access
are encouraged to use the
public computer resources
available at one of the five
county libraries or to call
(850) 983-1877 to receive a
copy by mail.

New commissioners
to take oath, chair
and vice-chair
selected
The reorganization
meeting for the Santa Rosa


Sound, the alternative to
traditional hearing instru-
ments. Others don't need
to know you have hearing
loss, or that you wear a de-
vice to help you hear better.
Designed to be virtually
invisible in your ear, be by
ReSound will help you hear
better.
A complimentary lun-
cheon will be served. Seat-
ing is limited so call today
to make your reservation.
850-994-0942

Before buying a new
pet
The upcoming holiday
season is a popular time
to get a new pet. With the
economy putting a strain
on many families, it is more
important than ever to
carefully consider all that
it takes to properly care for
an animal.
Before you make an
addition to your family,
read the tenth issue of the
Your County, Your Govern-
ment fact sheet "Animal
Care," to learn more about
the cost of pet ownership,
the importance of spaying
and neutering your pet and
how to report possible cru-


his trials with three of his "friends." Job
attempts to understand why God would
allow all of this to happen. Was he being
punished for some secret sin? Why?
Then God shows up. Instead of an-
swering the questions, He simply re-
minds Job that he can never fully un-
derstand why God does what He does.
Sometimes all a person can do in the
midst of suffering is trust that God is
bigger than their circumstances. God
is greater than everything, including
our sorrows.
The only way to have that trust is
to have your life grounded on that firm
foundation mentioned in Matthew 7:25.
"That rock is Jesus Christ." 1 Corin-
thians 10:3-4.
Join us for Men's Breakfast this
month! Huey Pearson, Director of Lay
Ministries at'Olive, will be our guest
speaker at the Men's Breakfast, Sun-
day November 12th at 7:00 AM. He will
share lessons he learned as a volun-
teer fireman that he uses in his pres-
ent ministry.


County Board of County
Commissioners is sched-
uled for Tuesday, Novem-
ber 18 at 9 a.m. in the board
chambers located at 6495
Caroline Street in Milton.
The meeting includes ad-
ministration of the oath
of office and selection of
board chair and vice-chair.
District 1 Commissioner-
elect Jim Williamson and
District 5 Commissioner-
elect Lane Lynchard will
be sworn in as new county
commissioners. District 3
Commissioner Don Salter
will be sworn in for a third
term. The public is encour-
aged to attend.

J. B. Turner & T.
R. Jackson Alumni
Association

The J. B. Turner & T.
R. Jackson Alumni Asso-
ciation is inviting everyone
especially those that at-
tended or graduated to our
Reunion Banquet/Ball. It
will be December 26, 2008
at Sikes Hall Whiting Field
at 7 p.m. Tickets are $25
each. Get yours early, they
will not be sold at the door.
For your ticket call: Ju-
lia Brown at 983-7911, Wil-
liam Jenkins at 623-6081,
Barbara Glover at 623-2307


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; Ask the Preacher

.a weekly column answering your
questions with Biblical answers about life.

Pastor Gallups, "I have been reading a lot lately about
Southern Baptists trying to 'evangelize' Jews, Muslims,
Mormons and Jehovah's Witnesses. I know that you are
a Southern Baptist. Are you people really so narrow
minded to think that only you have the truth and the
way to heaven. All of these people that you are trying
to evangelize are good people and believe in the same
God that you claim to believe in. Please respond."
J. T., Gulf Breeze

.Dear J.T., Thank you for giving me the opportunity
to address the obvious misconceptions involved in this
issue.
Southern Baptists have ALWAYS desired to evan-
gelize the lost. You see, J.T., according to the Bible, no
one knows God in truth nor will they get to Heaven
apart from acknowledging Jesus as Lord and receiving
Him as Personal Savior.
The Bible says that no matter what you call God or
believe about God, if you deny Jesus, you have denied
the "true God" and you will not have access to the
Father or Heaven (eternal life.) Read I John 2:22-23
and I John 5:11-12. Also read John 8:19 and John 14:9-
10.
J.T., the truth and the principles of the Christian
faith come from the Bible. The Bible is the final stan-
dard against which all claims to truth, reason and reli-
giosity are measured.
Southern Baptists have NEVER claimed that they
are the only ones with the truth nor have they ever
claimed that they are the only ones going to Heaven.
What we have ALWAYS claimed is that the Bible and
Jesus are the only purveyors of absolute truth and that
a personal, born-again relationship with Jesus Christ as
Lord and Savior is the ONLY way that ANYONE will
get to heaven.
By the way, the religions of Judaism, Islam,
Mormonism and Jehovah's Witness, ALL claim that
THEY and THEY alone are possessors of absolute truth
and if you don't belong to their SPECIFIC religious
system, you will not make it to Heaven. Southern
Baptists have NEVER said these things. So, WHO is
REALLY "narrow minded" J.T.?

Carl Gallups is the Pastor of Hickory Hammock Baptist Church. in Milton. He has a Bachelor
of Science degree from Florida State University, and a Master of Divinity from The New Orleans
Baptist Theological Seminary. He has been pastor of UHBC since 1987. He serves as an
International Youth Evangelist for the Southern Baptist Convention preaching all over the U.S. and
Canada. For more information about HHBC, call 623-8959 or 626-8951, fax: 623-0197. If you have
any questions for Ask The Preacher, send it to: Ask The Preacher, Hickory Hammock Baptist
Church, 8351 Hickory Hammock Road, Milton. Florida 32583-paid advertisement


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Yard Sale at Hickory
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Hickory Hammock Baptist
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With some help from the Elks National Founda-
tion, the charitable arm of the Benevolent and Pro-
tective Order of Elks, the Milton Elks help veterans
receive the medical treatment they need.
Through their new project, Connect Vets, mem-
bers of the Milton Elks will arrange transportation
for veterans who are unable to drive to the new
Veteran's Affairs clinic and will provide escorts for
this trip.
Connect Vets will be funded by a $10,000 Impact
Grant awarded to the Milton Elks by the Elks Na-
tional Foundation. Impact Grants are the newest
addition tot the Elks National Foundation's Commu-
nity Investments Program. They are the competitive
grants designed to help Elks make a difference in
their community.
This year, Milton Elks Lodge No. 2377 is one of
the 46 recipients nationwide to receive an Impact
Grant. The grants range from $3,000 to $10,000. For
more information about Impact Grants and to see a
complete list of this year's Impact Grant recipients,
visit www.elks.org/enf/com munity or contact the
Programs Department at ENFPrograms@ekls.org
or 773/755-4954.


Wednesday, November 12, 2008


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JAY. I. FREEDOM CORE VALUES
4i44A U *We cherish the basic freedom of individual expression, our
a.^.J W individual right to be to think to act to10 fulfill our destinies as we
4'^' *. ^ understand them knowing that our own freedom should be limited
qJ.1ij i only by the respect for the rights of others
A. j ,j. SELF-RESPONSIBILTY: The choices we mal.ke in
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Airman Matthew Kahler


Air Force Airman Matthew S. Kahler has graduated from
basic military training at Lackland Air Force Base, San An-
tonio, Texas.
During the six weeks of training, the airman studied the
Air Force mission, organization, and military customs and
courtesies; performed drill and ceremony marches, and re-
ceived physical training, rifle marksmanship, field training
exercises, and special training in human relations.
In addition, airmen who complete basic training earn
credits toward an associate degree through the Community
College of the Air Force.
He is the son of Charlene Sackman of Castnet Drive, Na-
varre, Fla.
Kahler is a 2005 graduate of Navarre High School.


Sgt. Arron Smith


Army Reserve Sgt. Arron
M. Smith is currently de-
ployed in Iraq to support the
mission of Operation Iraqi
Freedom.
Operation Iraqi Freedom
is the official name given to
military operations involv-
ing members of the U.S.
armed forces and coalition
forces participating in ef-
forts to free and secure
Iraq. Mission objectives
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peacekeeping, stabilization,
security and counter-in-
surgency operations as the
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bodies assume full sover-
eign powers to govern the
peoples of Iraq.
Members from all
branches of the U.S. military


and multinational forces are
also assisting in rebuilding
Iraq's economic and govern-
mental infrastructure, and
training and preparing Iraqi
military and security forces
to assume full authority and
responsibility in defending
and preserving Iraq's sov-
ereignty and independence
as a democracy.
Smith, a healthcare clin-
ic supervisor, is assigned to
the 345th Combat Support
Hospital, Al Asad, Iraq. He
has served in the military
for three years.
He is the son of Robert C.
and Teresa Smith of Bristol-
wood Circle, Navarre, Fla.
The sergeant graduated
in 1999 from The Academy,
Fort Walton Beach, Fla.


Major Darien

Pedota
(FHTNC) Marine Corps Maj.
Darien A. Pedota, whose wife,
Brenda, is the daughter of Den-
nis R. Pocica of Pace, Fla., is de-
ployed with Marine W ing Sup-
port Squadron 172 (MWSS-172),
Marine Wing Support Group 17,
1st Marine Aircraft Wing, Oki-
nawa, Japan.
MWSS-172, which joined forc-
es with 3rd Marine Aircraft Wing
(Forward) in Al Asad, Iraq, is
the first wing support squadron
from III Marine Expeditionary
Force to deploy in support of Op-
eration Iraqi Freedom. All previ-
ous MWSS's deployed from air-
craft wings based in the United
States.
The Marines of MWSS-172 will
perform aviation ground support
aboard Al Asad Air Base and
throughout the Anbar province
and modify existing helicopter-
landing zones (HLZ) while con-
structing new ones. Using heavy
equipment, the Marines level the
area and compact the soil, then
lay down a coat of soil-stabilizing
substance to prevent excessive
sand clouds. The process will en-
hance the pilots' visibility, allow-
ing them to land aircraft safely.
Additionally, MWSS-172 and
Alpha Company, 3rd Combat En-
gineer Battalion (CEB) teamed
up with the Engineer Company,
7th Iraqi Infantry Division, to
construct a new headquarters
site for Iraqi Army soldiers to
conduct operations from: For
more than two years, 3rd Bat-
talion, 10th Brigade, 7th Iraqi
Infan-try Division, has occupied
the school in the town of Bagdadi
while maintaining security in the
local area.
The 3rd CEB fortified the
new site, placing barriers, guard
houses and concertina wire while
MWSS-172 and the Iraqi Army
engineers erected prefabricated
buildings. The school is sched-
uled to be de-militarized before
the start of the next school term,
allowing students to return and
reducing overcrowding in the
neighboring schools.
For more information on
MWSS-172, go to http://www.
mnfwest.usmc.mil or http://
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Legal 10/1258
NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE
NOTICE is hereby given that
ursuant to WRIT OF EXECU-
TION issued in the County
Court of Santa Rosa County,
Florida on the 9th day of Sep-
tember 2008, in the cause
wherein Asset Acceptance, LLC
was plaintiff and Mary Valdez
was defendant, beina Case No
06SC2150 ir said court I
Wendell Hall, As Sheriff' t
Santa Rosa County Florida,
have levied upon all the right, ti.
tled, and interest al the defend-
ants, Mary Valde z in and to the
following described personal
property, to wit
DESCRIPTION OF PROP-
ERTY
2007 HONDA FIT
VIN #
JHMGD376675048761
I shall offer this property for
sale, at east front door of the
Santa Rosa Criminal Justice Fa-
cility, 5755 East Milton Rd Milu
ton, Florida, Santa Rosa
County, Florida at the hour of
1000 am. on the 25th day of
November, 2008, Or as soon
threaeher as possible. I will of- a
ter far sale all the said
defendant's, Mary Valdez,
right, tite and interest in the
aforesaid personal property at
public auction and will sell the
some, subject to taxes, all
prior liens, encumbrances
and judgments if an to
the highest and best bid-
der for CASH IN HAND The
proceeds to be applied as for
as may be to the payment of
costs and the satisfaction of the
above described execution,
WENDELL HALL, SHERIFF OF
SANTA ROSA COUNTY, FLOR-
IDA
By. /s/ Larry W Matroni
Lorry W. Matroni
Deputy Sheriff
IF YOU HAVE A DISABILITY RE
QUIRING SPECIAL ACCOM
MODATIONS OR TO AR-
RANGE TO VIEW THE PROP
ERTY PLEASE CONTACT JAN-
ICE PLATT 8501 983-1281 AT
LEAST SEVEN 7A DAYS PRIOR
TO THE SALE DATE
102208
102908
110508
111208
10/1258


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Legal 11/1351
STATE OF FLORIDA
DEPARTMENT OF ENVI-
RONMENTAL PROTECTION
NOTICE OF APPLICATION
The Department announces re-
ceipt of an application for a
Wetland Resource Permit from
the Santa Rosa County Board of
County Commissioners, c/o Mr.
Steve Furman, Assistant Public
Works Director, File No
57-292019-001-DF, to impact
approximately .126 acres of ju-t
risdictional waters/wetlands in
order to correct erosion of the
road shoulder and adjacent
property caused by stlormiwater
discharge through two adjacent
culverts The proposed construc-
tion is necessary in order to min-
imize sediment transport into the
adjacent wetlands. This pro-
posed project is located on the
east side of Walling Road,
North of Patch Road and South
of Bucks Way in North Santa
Rosa County.
This application is being proc-
essed and is available for pub-
lic inspection during normal
business hours. 8.00 a.m. to
5:00 p.m. Monday through Fri-
day, except legal holidays, at
the Northwest District office at
160 Governmental Center, Pen-
sacola, Florida 32501
111208
111208

Legal 11/1352
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
FOR SANTA ROSA
COUNTY FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
File No. 57-2008-CP-338
Division
IN RE: ESTATE OF
JAMES A. WATSON
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
The administration of the estate
of James A Watson deceased,
whose date of death was
March 22, 2008 is pending in
the Circuit Court tar Santa Rosa
County, Florida, Probate Divi-
sion, the address of which is
P0 Box 472 Milton, FL
32572. The names and ad-
dresses of the personal repre-
sentative and the personal
representative's attorney are set
forth below
All creditors of the decedent
and other persons having claims
ordemand s against decedent's
estate on whom a copyA of this
notice is required to be served
must file their claims with this
court WITHIN THE LATER OF 3
MONTHS AFTER THE TIME OF
THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF
THIS NOTICE OR 30 DAYS AF-
TER THE DATE OF SERVICE OF
A COPY OF THIS NOTICE ON
THEM,
All other creditors of the dece-
dent and other persons havIing
claims or demands against
decedent's estate must file their
claims with this court WITHIN 3
MONTHS AFTER THE DATE OF
THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF
THIS NOTICE,


TO William Fielder
(Address Unknown)
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an ac-
lion has been filed against you
and that you are required to
erve a copy of your written de-
lenses, if any, to it on Steven D
Miller squire, whose address is
817 S University Drive Suite
122 Plantation, Florida 23324
on or before December 24,
2008, and file the original with
the clerk of this Court at Santa
Rosa County Courthouse P 0
Box 472 Milton, Florida
32572 before service on Peti-
tioner or immediately thereafter
if you fail to do so, a de-
fault may be entered
against you for the relief
demanded in the petition.
Copies of all court docu-
Tents in this case, n-
a cuin orders a availa-
ble atheClerke o the Cir-
cuit Court's office. You
may review these docu-
ments upon request.
You must keep the Clerk
o the circuit Court's office
notified of your current
address. (You my file
Notice of Current A dress,
Florida Supreme Court Ap-
proved Family Law Form
12.915.) Future papers in
this laws nit will be mailed
to the address on record
at the clerk's office.
WARNING: Rule 12.285,
Florida Family Law Rules
of Procedure, requires cer-
tain automatic disclosure
of documents and infor-
mation. Failure to comply
can result in sanctions, ik-
cluding disissal or strik-
ing of pleadings.
Dated. November 5, 2008.
CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT
COURT
CIRCUIT COURT SEAL
By Carmen Emery
Deputy Clerk
111 208
1 11908
112608
1 20308

Legal 11/1354
REQUEST FOR QUALIFICA-
TIONS
FOR ENGINEERING SER-
VICES
Notice is hereby given that the
Santa Rosa County Board of
County Commissioner is calling
for and requesting qualifications
for engineering services afor the
design and permitting of inter-
section improvements with sig-
nalization design for Whisper
Bay Boulevard and Coral Street
along US 98. Services will re-
late to the preliminary layout, in-
tersection design, surveying,
soils work, signal coordination
plan and signal design.
AIll proposals must be in writing
and delivered by hand, mail, or
Fed EX to the Santa Rosa
County Procurement Depart-
ment, 6495 Caroline Street,
Suite G, Milton, Florida 32570
and must be received by 10:0
aFm., December 16, 2008.
Only proposals received by the
aforestated time and dale will
be considered. All proposals
shall be labeled, "RFQ Engi-
neering Services Please pro.
vide one original and twelve
(12) copies oftre document.


ALL CLAIMS NOT Q FILED ansisouldcbe rcncIIedi to lie
WITHIN THE TIME PERIODS AoEta Rosa County Engineer
SET FORTH IN SECTION Rloe Blaylrcko n t r (850
733702 OF THE FLORIDA 98 y 7100
PROBATE CODE WILL BE FOR-
EVER BARRED. The Board of County Cominis
NTHWITHTANI THC sioners reserves the rianlt to ac-
NOTHWaTHSTANDING THE cep t, loraipa an a all pro-
TIME PERIODS SET FORTHrceptor r eoeta in w yne o ap ptad
ABOVE ANY CLAIM FILED o savls inllerfsirpamrlits d
TWO 121 YEARS OR MORE AF- waive a sliis
TER THE DECEDENT'S DATE Santo Rosa County does not dis
OF DEATH IS BARRED criminate on the basis of ace,
The de at r pbI-s o f color, national sriqs, ve reli-
The date of first publication of ?j age, or ,.;. :: sta.
this notice is November 12, pron.aeor''"Ii sa
2o008 atm in employment or provision
20. of7seivice.
Attorney for Peisonal Represent BF order of the Board of County
ative commissioner of Santa Rosa
Todd Watson Atlorney at Low Conty,Florida
Attorney or race n Watson 111208
Florida Bar No. 0938327 111208
12276 San Jose Boulevard, 1_1/3354
Suite 721 sd
Jacksonville is 3
Telephone- -i ,.-9747
Fax. 904).' .'j BJQ~~
Personal Representative.
Grace W. Watson
6300 Cherry Laurel Drive
Milton, Florida 32570 Legal 11/1355
111208 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT IN
111908 AND FOR SANTA ROSA
11/1352 COUNTY FLORIDA
N-TE PROBATE DIVISION
Hi --------FILE NUMBER:
Legal 11 353 57-2008-CP-357
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF In re lhe Estate of:
THE FIRST JUDICIAL CIR- EMMETT CALHOUN
CUIT, IN AND FOR SANTA McARTHUR
ROSA COUNTY, FLORIDA a/b/a CAL McARTHUR
Case No.: 08-2 194 Deceased.
Division: Family C
NOTICE OF ADMINISTRA-
CIANNA CARNLEY, TION AND NOTICE TO
Petitioner, CREDITORS_ '


and
WIlIlAM FIEIDER,
Respondents
NOTICE OF ACTION FOR
DISSLU ION OF MAR-
RIAGE


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WHO HAVE OBJECTIONS
THAT CHALLENGE THE VALID
ITY OF THE WILL THE QUALIFY
CATIONS OF THE PERSONAL
REPRESENTATIVE, VENUE OR
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COURT ARE REQUIRED TO
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THIS COURT WITHIN THE
LATER OF THRtE MONTHS AF-
TER THE DATE OF THE FIRST
PUBLICATION OF THIS NO-
TICE OR THIRTY DAYS AFTER
THE DATE OF SERVICE OF A
COPY OF THIS NOTICE ON
THEM.


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COURT WITHIN THREE 434-00
MONTHS AFTER THE DATE OF
THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF
THIS NOTICE.
ALL CLAIMS AND OBJEC- -
TIONS NOT SO FILED WILL
BE FOREVER BARRED Ill II
The date of the first publicotson S J
of this notice is November 12, C'. T M'C
2008.


PERSONAL REPRESENTATIVE:
THOMAS C TOLBERT CPA
940 SHADOW RIDGE DRIVE
PENSACOLA, FLORIDA 32514
ATYR OLFRPERSONAL

SETH E WRIGHT
503 NORTH 70TH AVENUE
PENSACOLA, FLORIDA 32506
TELEPHONE (850) 456-4483
FACSIMILE: (850) 456.5095
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1 6110
Near Whiting
2 bed, 1 bath duplex.
$475 month, $475 dep.
Water and garbage
included. Call Don
Cumbie Realty.
626-8959 / 377-6787

NEW AND MODERN
Duplex. (off Pine Blossom
Road) $600 month,
$600 sec. dep. Call
Don Cumbie Realty
626-8959 or 377-6787

Pace
2/1 brick three-plex.
Stove, refrigerator, dish
washer and laundry
room. All ceramic tile.
Non-smoking unit. $565
per month, Water, grass
cutting and garbage pick
up included. 626-2829





2 HOME FOR RENT
3 bed/2 bath. $875
month (available in De
member) 3bed/2bath
on 2 acres. $1,000
month. Very clean.
Pets considered.
609-567-6026

6226 Dixie Road
5 bedrooms, 2 1/2 bath
on over 1 acre. Terrazo
floor, large kitchen, sepa-
rate den & large great
room with fireplace.
Owner is a Realtor.
206 3666, Janet Coulter.
Available 11/15/08 or
sooner. $995 per month

3BR/2BA Foreclosure!
$11,000! Only
$199/Mo! 5% down 20
years @ 8% apr. Buy,
4/BR $259/Mo! For list-
ings (800)366-9783 Ext
5798.

E. Milton
Brand new Good
Sense home. 1 mile from
new jail. Never lived in.
3/2 with covered porch.
$750 month, $300 de-
posit. Available 12/08.
Water and garage.
623-8162

LARGE, BRICK
HOUSE IN MILTON
Near elementary,
middle & high schools.
3 bedrooms, 2 full
baths. Large kitchen
with stove and refrig-
erator. Large laundry
room, washer / dryer
hook up. No pets in
house. Non-smoking
environment in house.
Fenced back yard.
$650 per month,
$650 deposit.
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6140
Milton
3/2 in subdivision with
fenced yard. Washer &
dryer included. $900
month, $1,000 deposit.
In walking distance to
Winn Dixie & Milton
High. Call Rodney at
380-2553
Milton
3/2 RANCH
Chantilly Circle
Very clean. No pets.
Fenced back yard. Avail-
able 1/1/09. $1,000
month, $1,000. dep.
850-626-4783
Milton
6332 Greenwood Dr
3 bedrooms, 2 baths
with 2 car garage on
1 acre. F/R CH & A.
$800 dep., $995 rent.
(neg.) 623-3339
Milton
NEWER 3/BR 2/BA
Some utilities included.
Off of Pine Blossom Rd.
$950 month
449-0457

Milton/
Pine Blossom area.
FOR RENT OR SALE
Newly remodeled.
Large, brick, 3 bed-
room home with central
heat & air and two
story storage building.
In quiet neighborhood.
No pets. $1000 month
plus deposit.
850-638-8526
(after 5pm)

Munson
2BR brick home in
quiet country Munson
area. New appliances.
Water & trash included.
No pets. Non-smoking
environment. $625 plus
deposit. 957-2205 1
North Milton
House for rent. 6843
Chuckwagon Lane.
3 bed, 1.5 bath. Total
electric. $750 month,
$300 dep. Baycrest Re-
alty 994-7918
Pace
3 bedrooms, 2 bath
house with fenced back
yard and 1 car garage.
$750 month/$400 de-
posit. No pets. Please
call (850) 377-0420
Pace
3/BR 2/BA, double car
garage with fenced back
yard. Available now.
Military clause honored.
Pets allowed with pet fee
of $300. $895 month.
$800. deposit. Call
850-501-0273 or
529-7899
Pea Ridge
3 bedroom/2 bath.
Brick house, single gar-
age on large lot. $750
month, $750 deposit,
$200 pet depsoit.
698-8337
RENT TO OWN
All credit considered.
Brand new construction
homes. 3, 4, 5 bed-
room/ 2 bath. You
choose the colors.
$895 to $1,495/mo
520-360-1893


6170
2 bedroom/ 1 bath to-
tal electric, water fur-
nished. Cross Street in
Bagdad. 623-1471
2 bedroom/2 bath mo-
bile home on private lot.
$525 month. Total elec-
tric. 6252 Morgan Court.
$250 deposit. Baycrest
Realty 994-7918
2 bedrooms with front
kitchen on corner lot.
$350 month. East Gate
Mobile Home Ranch
626-8973
2/1 double wide with
central air on large,
fenced-in lot. $550
month, $550 deposit.
Contact Sonya at
450-6840
2/2, total electric.
East Gate Mobile Home
Ranch. 626-8973
2/1. Quiet & clean.
$420 month. First month
free with 12 month lease.
All electric. CH & A,
Storage & covered
porch. Water, garbage
and sewer provided.
$395. deposit.
Sonnydale Lane.
375-4515, 623-9902
Chumuckla
4 bedroom, 2 baths.
Fresh paint and new car-
pet. $500 month, $250
deposit. 623-0130
Clean 2/1 mobile home.
Garbage and water
included. No Pets. $400
month/$300 deposit.
675-6614


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E. MILTON
3/2 mobile home.
Minutes from 110, quiet
aiea 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
828-297-2881
FOR RENT: Super nice
modular home in
country. MUST SEE!
No pets. $650 month,
$500 dep. 626-7595
or 572-7837
Holt 2 bedroom/1
bath mobile home
fenced in backyard.
$500 month, dep & ref.
499-7412 / 537-8528
Jay/Milton/Pace
Rentals 2 & 3 bed-
rooms. $400-$650 per
month.Section 8/Hud ac-
cepted. Call 994-5703
Milton
3/1 with back porch
and yard. $425 month
plus security deposit.
324-2097
Milton
850 sq. ft. mobile
home on almost
1/2 acre, fenced
on Burbank Dr. $600
month. Call after 5pnm.
418-2669 or 346-3007
Milton
Large, 2 bedroom,
2 bath mobile home.
Hwy. 87 N. Near
schools, great neighbors.
Palomino Drive, Milton
$550 month, $225.
deposit. Ref. required.
(850)698-6189
Milton
MOBILE HOMES FOR
RENT. Between $300 &
$400 a month.368-7506
or 983-7259
Milton
Quiet Clean Park
Rent includes water, gar-
bage and lawn service.
No Pets.
2/2 for $450/month.
2/2 for $350/month
Call 698-4582
MOBILE HOME RENTAL.
2/1 in quiet park. Sewer
and garbage included.
No pets. $365 plus de-
posit. 626-1552
N. Milton
2 bed/1 bath.
14X60. 6549 Stanley
Circle. Private lot.
No pets. $500 month,
$250 deposit. Baycrest
Realty 994-7918
OFF AVALON
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 renth nto
move in) 623-8753 or
983-8020
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
Pace
3/2 on private lot.
994-8159
Pace
Mobile home/camper
(24 foot long) for rent.
$450.AII utilities incl.
By Floridatown Road.
776-118003 8 8
Pea Ridge
3 bedroom/2 bath
on private lot with
large shed. $500 month,
$500 deposit, $200 pet
deposit. 698-8337
TO RENT OR BUY.
2005,3 bedroom FEMA.
Make reasonable offer.
East Gate Mobile Home
Ranch. 626-8973



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3/2, 14X70. Total
electric. No pets,
5073 Ridgeway Blvd.
$625 month, $300 dep.
Bayciest Realty
994-7918


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Must Sell
Sunday To
Highest Bidder

Church St Village 3br
2ba 1550sqft, new
construction, spacious
kitchen, granite coun-
tertops, screened in
porch, convertible to
4br.
$140,000 or best rea-
sonable offer.
Subject lender ap-
proval.
Rental income is
$1250/mo, 1 year
lease.

HOUSE WILL BE SOLD
SUNDAY NIGHT TO
HIGHEST BIDDER!
Please call
850-375-9220 or
850-687-0713 for
more information.

Foreclosure sale
5 bed/3 bath for
$69,000, call for details.
We owner finance. Call
682-3344





Ft. Walton
602 Mooney Rd
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 w/all 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

Milton
Nice, 3/1. Interior
completely remodeled.
Brick and vinyl New
roof and large fenced
back yard. Located at
6457 Julia Drive.
MUST SEE TO
APPRECIATE. $79,900
623-5828, 982-8912





Navarre ~-
2 story, 4 br, 21/2 ba,
2150sf home on large
natural lot. 9' ceilings,
separate living & dining
rooms, eat-in kitchen. Lg.
whirlpool tub and 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.
October harvest
sale, Repo, Used, Fore-
closure, New, and Dis-
counted Homes for sale.
Payments ranging from
$450-650 a month. Call
Clayton Homes at
850-682-4284
ONLY FOURTEEN
PAYMENTS LEFT.
Make one and move in.
850-682-3344
Own your own land
or have family land?
Call Clayton Homes, 0%
down, all credit OK.
850-682-3344
Take over payments
Bad credit, no problem.
Take over payments on
a 3 bedroom, 2 bath.
Call for details.
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Running or not.
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8110 Cars
8120 Sports Utility Vehicles
8130 -Trucks
8140 Vans
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8160 Motorcycles
8170 Auto Parts
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8210 Boats
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2000 MERCURY
Grand Marquis LS,
66,000 miles. New tires
& brakes. Very clean.
One owner. $7,500.
Call (850) 623-3082


Mazda Miata
MX5 2006
29K Mi., Factory war-
ranty, auto. Appear-
ance pkg, 6 disc CD,
17" wheels, power
windows/locks, Many
upgrades, $17,500
Call 934-5610


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


Police Impounds for
Sale l 95 Honda Civic
$6001 94 VW Jetta
$50011 For listings call
(800)366-9813 Ext
9271.




8120

Jeep Rubicon
2006
6 speed manual, 29K mi,
ext war, CD changer, sat-
ellite radio, white w/ bik
soft top (619) 204-1406






2001 CHEVY S10
PICKUP EXT. CAB, V6,
CRUISE CONTROL, 3
DR., AUTO. TRANS. LS
PKG. 30,500 MI., LIKE
NEW, VERY CLEAN,
ONE OWNER. $8750.
623-3082


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FOR SALE OR RENT
3 bedroom, 2 bath. New
paint throughout. Private.
Sale $15,000. Can rent
lot for $125 per month.
Don Cumble Realty
626-8959
Will trade, exchange or
sell almost 1/2 acre with
12x65 mobile home with septic
tank, 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 479-9252


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1257
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1418
1525
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74,500
75,200
78,700
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Lexington 1812 '90,400
Pinebrook 1833 1102,200
Townsen 1691 193,100
Fleetwood 1949 '96,800
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Regency 2495 1136,900
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05 Dodge Durango

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08 Pontiac G6

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06 Ford F250 Lariat

Crew Cab Diesel 56k .s19,988

01 Lexus RX300

4 dr Utility Loaded & Cleansl 2,500

04 Ford F450 Ext Cab Lariat

Diesel Western Hauler Alum Body

38k Extra Clean . .$23,988

04 Chev Ext Cab LS

V-8 Auto A/C P/W P/L .$8,988

01 Chev 2500 Ext Cab

Duramax Diesel 4WD LS Pkg

Extra Clean ...... 15,988

04 Chev Avalanche 4x4

Sun Roof Leather Loaded .15,988

06 Honda Accord

4 Door Sharp ..... 12,988

05 Chev Malibu

43k Black Sharp ...8,988





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Pace Location Only 4025 Hwy 90
We Sell at Our Cost Plus a 10% Surcharge Added at the Register


SALE1SGOOD'UNOVEMBER 112,2008 THRiU ~i~4U NO[EMB I: ER 18,s2008


Carolina Pride
Stack Pack
Bacon
2 62
^U 24oz


Florida Juicy
Sweet Pink
Grapefruit
I98
5 Ib bag


Jim Dandy
Grits

89320Z


STORE HOUR:___m__o7_DASA EEK


Angus Select
New York
Strip
488
Ib
Family Pack
Boneless

OnCor Chicken
Nibblers or
Salisbury Steak

98t


Nunn-Better
Golden
Nuggets
Dog Food
529
16 Ib

Blue Seal
Self-Rising
Flour
190.
o 5 Ib

Nestle
Crunch-
Butterfinger
or Baby Ruth

78-pk


Fresh Express
Spring Mix
Salad
242
5 oz


Dutch Farms
Shredded
Cheese
I 87oz
*~ 801


Gwaltney
Reg or Thick
Bologna

8816 oz


Mild Medium
Yellow
Onions
114
3 Ib bag


Duncan Hines
Cake
Mixes

91 18oz


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850-995-8778
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Bag Fryer
Leg Quarter
450lb
10 Ib


Whole
Boneless
Pork Loins


Boneless Beef
Angus Select
Top Round
Roast
217lb
Gwaley Jubo


Tyson
Cornish
Hen
90
48 oz


Mrs Stratlon's
Cup Salad's
Pimento, Tuna
or Ham

7 12 oz


Carolina Pride
Cocktail
Smokies
6816o
1601z


Gwaltney Jumbo
Franks

78 6oz


Red or Golden
Delicious
Apples
I86
3 Ib bag


Pepsi
18 pack-12 oz

415with coupon
with coupon


SureFresh
Potato
Chips

69'6 oz


Peanut Patch
Boiled
Peanuts

73.5oz


Sparkle
Towels

6 17 roll
8-pk roll


Mt Olive
Sweet Relish
101
16 oz


Velvet
Tissue


4-pk


Folgers
Coffee
6 00
33.9 oz


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