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Milton band members robbed during game


By MATHEW PELLEGRINO
mpellegrino@srpressgazette.com
Milton High School band
members got a rude awaken-
ing after Friday night's game
at Escambia, and it wasn't from
a trombone. Band students re-
turned to the bus only to discover
their belongings had been taken


from them during the game.
"We had some cell phones,
a couple digital cameras, and
some cash taken from the bus-
es," said Milton High Principal
Mike Thorpe.
The discovery of the theft oc-
curred while it was taking place
according to Thorpe, and caught
a parent and student by surprise.


The student and chaperone were
heading back to the bus during
the game to get something, and
saw what looked like a person in-
side the bus.
"We actually had a band par-
ent that was needing to get
something off of the bus for their
child," said Thorpe, "When they
went to the bus, they saw some-


one run and exit the back of the
bus."
The police report stated that
during the 4th quarter of the
game, an unknown black male
was spotted on one of the buses.
A few parents tried to catch
the thieves on foot, but were
unsuccessful. The report noted
that the suspect jumped a fence


and was seen running south--
bound on 65th Avenue.
After the chase, the Escam-
bia County Sheriff's Department
was contacted, and responded to
the incident.
"We were very impressed
with the response time from the
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Milton police


investigate police


impersonator


By BILL GAMBLING
bgamblin@srpressgazette.com
Milton Police are still
searching for a man in-
volved with an alleged sex-
ual battery- call Thursday
night on Munson Highway.
Around 6 p.m. a female
was walking along Munson
Highway when a blue car
pulled up and contacted
her and identified himself
as a police officer.
The victim was offered
a ride to her destination,
but the suspect took her to
another location.
Police -are looking for a
man described as a white
male with dark brown
hair in his early 30's. The
vehicle he is driving is de-
scribed as a dull blue four


door with a tan interior,
rear tinted windows, and
, Florida tag.
Milton Police Captain
David Cox commented the
department is still looking
for any possible leads and
asking questions of resi-
dents in the area.
It is unknown if this sus-
pect could be tied to the
individual who was imper-
sonating a police officer
last year in the area who is
yet to be apprehended.
Cox pointed out any
additional information on
the matter they could get
would be a big help to their
investigation.
If you have any informa-
tion on this case you are
asked to contact Milton
Police at 983-5420.


Lonestar to perform

at Whiting Field's

anniversary celebration


By Jay Cope
NAS Whiting Field Public Affairs
Country music sensa-
tion Lonestar will highlight
Naval Air Station Whiting
Field's (NASWF) 66th An-
niversary celebration Sat-
urday, Oct. 24. The band
will perform a free after-


noon concert
to culminate
the day's activi-
ties at the base.
The festival is
Whiting Field's
chance to say
,"thanks" to the
local residents
who have sup-


The ever
off at 1
Saturday,I
The free
by Lones
begin at,


ported-the base through its
long history and continue
to help sustain NASWF's
mission today.
"Whiting Field has been
a part of this community
since 1943, and it is only
right that we invite our
neighbors and friends in
the area to celebrate our
anniversary with us," said
Capt. Enrique Sadsad, com-
manding officer NASWF.
The event kicks off at 10
a.m. and continues through
4 p.m. when the free con-
cert will begin. Aircraft
static displays, aerial dem-
onstrations, motorcycle
displays, military parachut-
ists, local craft and food
vendors, model aircraft


demonstrations, games
for the kids, a fire-fighters'
demonstration and display
and the Navy New Orleans
Ceremonial Band are just
a few of the activities avail-
able to see and do. Gates
to the base will open to the
public at 8:30 a.m.
Both the anniversary
celebration and
the concert are
nt kicks free and open
0 a.m. to the public,
Oct. 24. but the concert
concert requires a tick-
,tar .vill et for entrance.
.4 p.m. WXBM 102.7
and Cat Coun-
try 98.7 radio
and other show sponsors
will announce locations
where you may pick up the
show passes.
The base's actual anni-
versary date was July 16,
but Whiting Field wanted
to schedule the community
celebration at a time when
the weather was more ac-
commodating for an out-
door event. For more in-
formation on the event call
(850) 623-7651 press 1 and
ext. 27.
"We want people to
come out and enjoy a day
of fun on us," Sadsad said.
"This area has always been
a terrific neighbor to us,
and this is our way of giv-
ing a little back."


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WSRE documentary explores treasure in our backyard


'Gulf Islands National Seashore: The Treasure of the Gulf Coast' premieres Sunday at 7 p.m.


Special to the Press Gazette
All this week on WSRE, PBS is
showcasing a 12-hour, six-part docu-
mentary series, "The National Parks:
America's Best Idea," directed by Ken
Burns. As a companion to Burns' na-
tional program, WSRE has produced
a local documentary featuring a na-
tional treasure found right in our own
backyard - The Gulf Islands National
Seashore. The hourlong documentary,
"Gulf Islands National Seashore: The
Treasure of the Gulf Coast," also has a
bit of star power behind it. The narra-
tion throughout the program was done
by none other than the famous docu-
mentarian himself - Ken Burns. The
program premieres on WSRE on Sun-
day, Oct. 4, at 7 p.m.


Located in Florida and Mississippi,
Gulf Islands National Seashore consists
of 12 units and is the largest national
park unit in the United States contain-
ing a seashore. Sparkling emerald wa-
ters; snow-white crystalline sand; bar-
rier islands; salt marshes; forests of
live oaks, pines and magnolias; historic
structures; archeological sites; and a di-
verse array of wildlife - all of this can
be found at the Gulf Islands National
Seashore.
WSRE's documentary was filmed
in high definition, with breathtaking,
stunning footage that beckons viewers
to experience these vivid landscapes
with their own eyes. The documentary
will showcase the beauty and history
of the region, truly the treasure of the
Gulf Coast, and share it with viewers all


over the southeast, as it will be broad-
cast on other PBS stations in the com-
ing months.
"Gulf Islands National Seashore of-
fers the experience of the beauty and
serenity of the beaches and the natural
forces that constantly change the sea-
coast," said Earle Bowden, author and
historian. Bowden, the editor emeritus
of the Pensacola News Journal, is also
known as the "Father of Gulf Islands," a
moniker he earned because of his tire-
less efforts to have the area designated
and preserved as one of America's na-
tional parks.
Accompanying the WSRE local and
PBS national program is an extensive
educational component - an interac-
tive Web site with information about the
documentaries, the parks and related


issues, as well as a large-scale commu-
nity engagement initiative.
WSRE invites the public to be a part
of the local and national conversations
about America's national parks. Have
you ever visited a national park? Did the
experience leave a lasting impression?
Do you have a special story to share?
Collect your memories, photos and vid-
eos, and share your park stories with us
at wsre.org/Gulflslands. Click on "Share
Your Story."
WSRE wishes to thank the many
sponsors and funders that made this
project possible - all WSRE donors,
Pensacola Chamber of Commerce, Inn-
isfree Hotels, Santa Rosa Island Author-
ity, JMEVacations.com, State Farm In-
surance, Gulf Power Co. and AT&T The
Real Yellow Pages.


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decided to start a professional tug-of-war league. When asked
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Sunday, 11:15 a.m.
I am calling about the
poor person who smells
cigarette smoke for a
fraction of a second when
they pass a smoker. I bet
they don't mind massing
me on my bicycle with
their exhaust fumes.
Cars are choking out our
environment: If you are so
worried about clean air, .
then you should be riding
a bike. Cars account for
80 percent of air pollution.
Cigarette smoke is so
miniscule it is not even
counted.

Sunday, 10:58 p.m.
This is Sarah. In
addition to the microwave
coffee cup saga, if you will
put the cup handle on the
left side, it will stQp on the
right side when you reach
in to take it out.

Sunday, 9:15 a.m.
Good job on the lying
propaganda. The more
we learn from history,


the less likely we are to
repeat our mistakes from
the past. Thanks, this is
Kim.

Saturday, 9:09 p.m.
This is Robin in
Pace. I think we need
to run Frank Lay for
Superintendent of
Education. He is a man
of proven conviction and
courage, which is more
than we have now.

Saturday, 12:15 p.m.
The headline in
Saturday's Press Gazette
reads "Commissioners
show luv for Southwest."
They can put out money
for an airline and an
airplane, but they can't
put out money for The
Zoo. You would think The
Zoo would draw more
people than an airplane.
I think it is ridiculous,
and we need to vote our
county commissioners
out. Let everybody help
this zoo come back so


they won't have to sell the
land.

Friday, 10:28 p.m.
This is Betty, and I live
in Santa Villa subdivision.
I love the new park. I see
families eating together,
basketball games, parents
with their little children
swinging. It is a great
addition along with the
walking track. This is all
a great improvement to
the neighborhood with
the longer turn lanes, but
I don't love the new stop
signs, because we can
only go 20 miles per hour
anyway.

Thursday, 7:50 a.m.
Hi, this is Jim. For
those of you who do not
know about the ACLU,
our government formed
it. The ACLU's founders
were communist. And
in reply to Marion's
question if the school
was forced into anything,
they had two options: be


sued or sign. Santa Rosa
County will never be the
same thanks to those
two immature thankless
students.

Thursday, 6:15 a.m.
Hey, this is Dennis.
I am amazed at where
we are now. Freeman
and Lay are found not
guilty; thank God. The
taxpayers have to pay
$600,000. I think the
ACLU and Judge Casey
Rogers should have to
pay this since they lost
their cases. Someone has
to pay, but why do the
taxpayers? Is there some
reason why the school
board made a deal with
the ACLU and make the
citizens of Santa Rosa
County pay? Did the
school board make a deal
with the devil?

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Elected OFFICIALS


COUNTY GOVERNMENT
COUNTY COMMISSION
* District 1: Jim Williamson, 4351 Berryhill Road,
Pace, FL 32571; phone 932-1340. E-mail is comm-
williamson@santaroso.fl.gov.
* District 2: Bob Cole, 8651 Riverstone Road,
Milton, FL 32583; phone 983-1877. E-mail is comm-
cole@santarosa.fl.gov.
* District 3: Don Salter, 6000 Chumuckla Highway,
Pace, FL 32571; phone 994-6426. E-mail is comm-
salter@santarosa.fl.gov. * .
* District 4: Gordon Goodin;. 6467 Avenida De
Galves, Navarre, FL 32566; phone 939-4949. E-mail is
comm-goodin@sortarosa.fl.gov.
* District 5: Lane Lynchard, 6495 Caroline St., Suite
M, Milton, FL 32570, phone 932-1340. E-mail is comm-
lynchard@santarosa.fl.gov.
The Santa Rosa County Commission meets at 9 a.m.
on second and fourth Thursdays. The leaders meet in
committee at 9 a.m. Monday preceding the Thursday
meetings. Meetings are held in commission chambers
of the Administrative Complex on, U.S. 90. Phone
983-1877 for information or to reach their offices.

STATE GOVEaNIENT
* Rep. Greg Evers: 5224 Willing St., Milton, FL
32570, 983-5550. E-mail: evers.greg@leg.state.fl.us.
* Sen. Durell Peaden Jr., 598 N. Ferdon Blvd., Suite
100, Crestview, FL 32536, 850-689-0556.
* Gov. Charlie Crist: PLO5 The Capitol, 400 S.


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HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES
* Rep. Jeff Miller: 1535 Longworth House Office
Building, Washington, DI., 20515; phone (local) 479-
1183; (D.C.) 202-225-4136; toll free 866-367-1614.
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* Sen. George LeMieux: 356 Russell Senate Office
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3041; fox 202-228-5171.
* Sen. Bill Nelson: Room 571, Hart Senate- Office
Building, Washington, D.C. 20510; phone 202-224-
5274, fax 202-224-8022.
WHITE HOUSE
* President Barack Obama: The White House, 1600
Pennsylvania Ave., Washington, D.C. 20500; phone
202-456-1414. E-mail: president@whitehouse.gov.
* Vice President Joe Biden: Office of the Vice
, President, White House, 1600 Pennsylvania Ave.,
Washington, D.C. 20500; phone 202-456-1414.

SCHOOL GOVERNMENT
SCHOOL BOARD
* District 1: Diane Scott, 5710 Munson Highway,


Milton, FL 32570, 983-0413. E-mail is scottdl@mail.
santarosa.k12.fl.us. %
* District 2: Hugh Winkles, 5684 Nicklaus Lane,
Milton, FL 32570, 623-6299. E-mail is. winkleseh@
mail.santoroso.k12.fl.us.
* District 3: Diane Coleman, 9400 Octavia Lane,
Navarre, FL 32566, 939-2661. E-mail is colemanmd@
mail.santarosa.k12.fl.us.
* District 4: JoAnn J. Simpson, 5059 Faircloth St.,
Pace 32571, 994-5446. E-mail is simpsonjj@mail.
santarosa.k12.fl.us.
* District 5: Edward Gray III, 1 Gray Oaks Lane, Gulf
Breeze,, FL 32561, 850-932-6287. E-mail is grayem@
mail.sontarosa.kl2.fl.us.
The Santo Rosa County School Board meets at 6:30
p.m. second and fourth Thursdays at 5086 Canal St.,
Milton. Phone: 983-5000.

CITY GOVERNMENT
* Milton City Hall, Mayor.Guy Thompson, 6738
Dixon St., Milton, FL 32570, 983-5400. City Manager,
Brian Watkins.
* Gulf Breeze City Hall, Mayor Lane Gilchrist, 1070
Shoreline Drive; Gulf Breeze, FL 32561, 934-5100.
City Manager, "Buzz" Eddy.
* Town of Jay, Mayor Kurvin Quails, 3822
Highway 4, Jay,.FL 32565, 675-2719.

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Pledges of 'luv' on increase for Southwest


BILL GAMBLING I Press Gazette
Fans at the Tate-Pace football game hold up signs for a promotional clip that will
be shown in Dallas to Southwest Airline executives as part of their proposal.


Press Gazette Staff Report

Santa Rosa County Com-
missioners have issued their
letter of support and outlined
an incentive package for
Southwest Airline to locate
at Pensacola-Gulf Coast Re-
gional Airport, now more are
being sought to continue that
pledge.
"We're calling it the
"Pledge LUV" campaign
and we want a wide variety
of people from all walks of life
to pledge to purchase South-
west gift cards," said Evon
Emerson, executive director
of the Pensacola Bay Area
Chamber of Commerce.
"Pledges can be for as little
as $10 and the sky is the lim-
it. What we want to show is
that our community wants


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"We really want the entire
community to get involved.
The easiest way is to go to
PledgeLUVcom which has all the
details of the "Pledge LUV" program."

Evon Emerson
director of the Pensacola Bay Area Chamber of Commerce


Southwest to come here.
The idea is to demonstrate
to Southwest that they have
broad support."
The "Pledge LUV" cam-
paign, so named because
Southwest's stock symbol
on the New York Stock Ex-
change is LUV runs through
September. Anyone can
pledge. If Southwest brings
service to Pensacola, the
value of the pledge would be
redeemed for travel on the,
airline. If Southwest does
not announce service, the
pledge is void.
"We really want the entire
community to get involved,"
said Emerson. "The easiest
way is to go to PledgeLUV
com which has all the de-
tails of the "Pledge LUV"
program.
Southwest, which now
flies the largest number of
passengers of any U.S. air
carrier, has made clear its
interest in exploring ser-
vice to the Gulf Coast. The
carrier currently flies to 66
markets in 33 states with
3,300 flights daily. Among
the markets served are New
Orleans, Nashville, Las Ve-
gas, Birmingham, Dallas,
Houston, Chicago, Denver,
Phoenix and Los Angeles.
"The addition of South-
west to our already exem-
plary air service would be
a tremendous economic
benefit to our community,"
said Pensacola Mayor Mike
Wiggins. "We look at work-
ing to attract Southwest just
as we would look to attract
any significant economic de-
velopment partner. This is
a great community and we
want Southwest to be a part
of it."
Wiggins noted that
Pensacola-Gulf Coast Re-
gional Airport, which is in
the midst of a $78-million
expansion and upgrade, is
already the busiest airport
between New Orleans and
Jacksonville.
"We have the market
here," he said. "This com-
munity has done a great job
of building this airport over
the last 15 years. We believe
when Southwest. looks to
service the Gulf Coast, it
just makes sense they will
come here."
But knowing that com-
petition for air service is,
fierce, with more tha )
commercial service r-
ports in the U.S. seeking to
initiate or expand service
from Southwest, local pub-
lic and private entities are
devising incentives to help
attract Southwest. Among'
those is a commitment
from the Escambia County
Board of County Commis-
sioners to add an addi-
tional cent to the Tourism
Development (Bed) Tax to
promote Southwest should
it choose Pensacola-Gulf
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Coast Regional Airport. The
additional tax, which will be
levied for two years, would
generate about $1.3 million
annually.
"We think it is prudent
and a smart thimg to do,"
, said County Coninissioner
Grover Robinson. "South-
west provides a tremen-
dous economic stimulus to
any city it serves. We know
getting service from South-
west will expand our tour-
ism industry and that it will
also increase our attractive-
ness to other industries that
might be looking at us."
Since this announce-
ment Innisfree Hotels have
added another 25,000 room
nights to an Alabama incen-
tive package that will be
used to attract Southwest
Airlines to Pensacola.
The package, valued at
$3.1 million, includes rooms
at the Hilton Garden Inn
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report, the buses were
parked in the visitor's park-
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and unsupervised during
the game.
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some upset students ac-
cording to Thorpe, the Es-
cambia officers were able
to scope the scene and
have the band members
on their way right after the
game ended.
"We were just a little
bit late, but they handled
things and did a good job
at getting us back quickly,"
said Thorpe.
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usually allows students to
keep their belongings on


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starting soon, that will be a
thing of the past.
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are no longer allowing stu-
dents to keep their belong-
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going to do a new proce-
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Sheriff's Office were un-
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Santa Rosa County Sheriff's REPORT


The following arrests were
made Sept. 4-13:
Aldridge, Ryan Ford; Male;
28; 606 Henderson St., Crestview;
DUI, DUI and Damage Property.
9/5/09
Georgiades. George Nicho-
las; Male; 18; 9762 South Trace
Road, Milton; DUI Alcohol or
Drugs 2nd Off. 9/4/09
Mason, Dustin Michael; Male;
20; 4796 Gabriella Lane, Oviedo,
Fla.; DUI. 9/6/09
Oden, Kevin Dewayne; Male;
34; 3860 Creighton Road, Pen-
sacola; DUI. 9/5/09
Williams, Eddie Lee; Male;
38; 6146 Syrcle Ct, Milton; DUI,
DUI and Damage Property.
9/5/09
Boyd. Steven Dwight; Male;
47;.219 Olson St.,,Bagdad; Burgl
of Unoccupied Dwelling; Un-
armed; No Asslt/Batt. 9/8/09
Condeles, Jaime Duron;
Male; 37; 2390 Denton Road, Do-
than, Ala.; Fraud-Imperson Cre-
ate Poss Use Fictitious Personal
ID Info. 9/8/09
Elias, Margaro; Male; 48;
2390 Denton Road, Dothan, Ala.;
Fraud-Imperson Create Poss
Use Fictitious Personal ID Info.
9/8/09
Flores-Aguilar. Jaime;, Male;
32; 2390 Denton Road, Dothan,
Ala.; Fraud-Imperson Create
Poss Use Fictitious Personal ID
Info. 9/8/09
Landaverde-Vize. Armando;
Male; 27; 2390 Denton Road, Do-
than, Ala.; Fraud-Imperson Cre-
ate Poss Use Fictitious Personal
ID Info. 9/8/09
Mata, Bernardo Lugo; Male;
25; 2390 Denton Road, Dothan,
Ala.; Fraud-Imperson Create
Poss Use Fictitious Personal ID
Info. 9/8/09
Sanchez, Mariano Ramirez;


Male; 21; 2390 Denton Road, Do-
than, Ala.; Fraud-Imperson Cre-
ate Poss Use Fictitious Personal
ID Info. 9/8/09
Daniels, Michael Dewayne;
male; 23; 4512 Limit St., Milton;
Marijuana-Possess Not More
Than 20 Grams, Evidence-De-
stroying Tamper with or Fabri-
cate Physical. 9/8/09
Hawkins, Earl Shane; Male;
29; No Address Given; Drive
While Lic Susp, Neglect Child
Without Great Harm. 9/8/09
Barfield, Spencer Kyle; Male;
18; 9212 Eagle Nest Drive, Na-
varre; Probation Violation-Felo-
ny. 9/8/09
Goosby, Kabreshia Latwain-
is; Female; 31; 615 Kendrick St.,
Elba, Ala.; Fraud. 9/8/09
Shot$ Kevin Jamerson; Male;
30; 6763 Anola Drive, Milton;
Trespassing Property Armed.
9/8/09
Black, David Shawn; Male;
33; 6447 Sandy Ln, Milton; Dam-
age Prop-Crim Misch Over $200
Under $1,000 (3 cts.), Burgl Un-
occupied Structure Unarmed
(2 cts.), Burgl Unoccupied Con-
veyance Unarmed, Larc-Theft
is $300 or More But Less Than
$5,000. 9/9/09
Brown, James Billy; Male; 46;
5510 Bluebird St., Milton; Lewd
Lascv-Victim 12 YOA Up To 16
YOA Offender. 16 YOA Older,
Lewd Lascv Behav-Conduct By
Person 18 YOA or Older. 9/9/09
Gafford, Bryant Vincent.;
Male; 18; 1317 Bayshore Drive,
Niceville, Fla.; Failure to Appear
on Felony Offense. 9/9/09
Jackson, Thomas. Ryan;
Male; 25; 4260 Highway 90, Pace;
Aggrav Battery-Offender Knew/
Should Have Known Victim
Pregnant (domestic violence).
9/9/09
Martin, Jessy Wade; Male;


28; 240 W Moreno St. Pensacola;
Probation Violation. 9/9/09
McLellan, Victor Gordon;
Male; 48; 5731 Meadow Road,
Milton; Kidnap Minor - Lure or
Entice Child for Other Unlawful
Purpose. 9/9/09
Bryant. Justin Lee; Male; 20;
6371 Wolfe Road, Milton; Proba-
tion Violation-Felony. 9/9/09
Morencv, Deryk Tyler; Male;
17; 4643 Keyser Ln, Pace; Proba-
tion Violation-Felony. 9/9/09
'Gilbert. II, Carl R; Male; 41;
5351 Buffler Drive, Milton; Deal-
ing in Stolen Property. 9/9/09
Crown, Edward Joseph;
Male; 54; 504 Even Tide Drive,
Gulf Breeze; Grand Theft, Deal-
ing In Stolen Property. 9/9/09
Banogon, Martha Rosemary;
Female; 53; 1602 Green Briar
Parkway, Gulf Breeze; Fraud-
Utter False Instrument. 9/10/09
Godwin, Arlene Elizabeth;
Female; 55; 6515 Jody Ln, Jay;.
Marijuana Producing Schedule
I, Marijuana Traffic Excess of 25
lbs or 300 Plants or More, Nar-
cotic Equip-Possess and or Use.
9/10/09
Godwin, Tharon Douglas;
Male; 67; 3549 Hazel Godwin
Road, Jay; Public Order Crimes-
Commit 3rd Degree Felony
Wearing Mask or Hood, Possess
of Weapon or Ammo By Convict-
ed Fla Felon, Marijuana Produc-
ing Schedule I, Marijuana Pos-
sess Not More Than 20 Grams,
Marijuana Traffic Excess of 25
lbs. or 300 Plants or More, Nar-
cotic Equip-Possess And Or Use.
9/10/09
Hall, Mary Katherine; Fe-
male; 25; 1024 Sterling Point
PI, Gulf Breeze; DUI Alcohol
or Drugs 3rd Violation W/In 10
Years, Refuse to Submit to DUI
Test, Marijuana Possess Not
More Than 20 Grams/ 9/10/09


Howington, Eduardo Ramon;
Male; 26; 4491 Fort Sumter Road,
Milton; Probation Violation-Fel-
ony. 9/10/09
Kauffman. Jeremy Allen;
Male; 25; 5849 West Highway 4;
Century, Fla.; Probation Viola-
tion-Felony. 9/10/09
Matthews, Krystal Amber;
Female; 24; 2029 Reserve Blvd.,
Gulf Breeze; Probation Viola-
tion-Felony. 9/10/09
Smith, Kevin Sherard; Male;
19; 4961 Yacht Harbor, Pensac-
ola; Probation Violation-Felony.
9/10/09
Stone, Carly Megan; Female;
23; 416 W. Gregory St., Pensaco-
la; Probation Violation-Felony.
9/10/09
Rich, Mary Annette; Female;
46; 1602 Green Briar Parkway,
Gulf Breeze; Fraud-Utter False
Instrument. 9/10/09
Credeur, Jennifer Morgan;
Female; 38; 3255 Cypress Ln,
Gulf Breeze; DUI. 9/10/09
Beck, Mary Kathryn; Female;
27; 2354 Elna Road, Cantonment;
Out of State Fugitive From Jus-
tice. 9/11/09
Faxon, Garrett Austin; Male;
18; 968 McKenzie Road, Canton-
ment; Larc-Grand of Firearm (2
cts.), Larc-Theft is $300 or More
But Less Than $5,000. 9/12/09
Garner, Randolph Eugene;
Male; 50; 10723 Hatcher St., Mil-
ton;-DUI Alcohol or Drugs 3rd
' Violation W/In 10 Years. 9/12/09
Miller, Michael Joseph; Male;
19; 5414 Burdick St., Milton; Pro-
bation Violation-Felony. 9/12/09
Smith William Morgan; Male;
20; 131 Melinda St., Milton; Li-
quor-Possess By person Under
21 YOA 1st Off, Aggrav Battery-
Offender Knew/Should Have
Known Vict Pregnant, Burgl Un-
occupied Conveyance Unarmed.
9/12/09


Williams, Kevin Scott; Male;
34; 310 Timber Lake Court, Mary
Esther; Battery-Touch or Strike
(domestic violence), Cruelty To-
ward Child Infliction of Physical
or Mental Injury. 9/13/09
Andrews, Kimberly Booker;
Female; 39; 5788 Whispering
Woods Drive, Pace; Fraud-Ob-
tain Controlled Substance By.
9/12/09
Boeklen, John Francis; Male;
17; No Address Given; Larc-Lost
or Delivered By Mistake Credit
Card, Fraud-Illeg Use Credit
Cards Use More 2 Times 6 Mos
Obt Gds Money $100 More.
9/11/09
David, Trevor Allen; Male; 14;
35 Hickory Ave., Shalimar; Veh
Theft-Grand 3rd Degree, Larc-
Petit 1st Offense (2 cts.), 9/11/09
Matthews, Krystal Amber;
Female; 24; 2029 Reserve Blvd,
Gulf Breeze; Dealing in Stolen
Property. 9/11/09
Sanders, Glenda Bulger; Fe-
male; 66; 6721 Washington Ave.,
Ocean Springs, Miss.; Probation
Violation-Felony. 9/11/09
Yates. Jonathan Wayne; Male;
17; 4062 Audiss Road, Milton; Sex
Offense-Victim 12 YOA Up to 15
YOA (3 cts.), Lewd Lascv-Molest
Child 12 YOA Up to 16 YOA By
Less 16 YOA. 9/11/09
Davis, Deborah Dobbyn; Fe-
male; 52; 10410 Highway 87 N,
Milton; DUI Alcohol or Drugs
2nd Offense. 9/11-/09
Downing., Emzy Leon; Male;
60; 1770 Kell Road, Gulf Breeze;
DUI Alcohol or Drugs 2nd Off.
9/13/09
Garner, Randolph Eugene;
Male; 50; 10723 Hatcher St., Mil-
ton; DUI Alcohol or Drugs 3rd
Violation W/In 10 Years. 9/12/09
MetcallfJames Anthony; Male;
39; 7250 Hillier Road, Milton; DUI
and Damage Prop. 9/12/09


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Where were



you before?


The Santa Rosa County Fair Board
asks the county to extend the East Milton
Recreational Park area by 20 acres and
... out of the woodwork ... come The Zoo
faithful.
Almost immediately, they allege the
same county commissioners did nothing to
help The Zoo.
Well, let's turn back time a little.
The Fair Board has made its first
request for help .. .not asking for any actual
money. Instead, The Zoo came seeking an
area where it could establish permanent
digs.
The Zoo had sought funds on more than
one occasion prior to the commissioners
saying "no."
One commissioner, Gordon Goodin, even
went so far as to meet with The Zoo in
an effort to help the facility. He also tried
to find outlets to get the organization's
financial house in order so it could remain
open.
Yet The Zoo kept coming back with open
hands ... wanting money.
Yes, they are a 501c3 now, but that has
not always been the case. At one point,
it was hard to see anything being done
to help The Zoo's cause because of the
pandering that continued.
The fair, which lasts for one week each
year, is looking to offer much more by
having this permanent facility.,
Officials say it will allow the fair to
expand and have areas set up instead of
trying to do prep work in two days and tear
down in two days.
With all the available grants, Fair
officials say this could offer facilities like
those in Chipley, Marianna and other parts
of Northwest Florida, which we currently
don't have.
And, most of all, organizers hope for a
place to expand offerings and events of the
annual event.
At the most recent meeting of the Santa
Rosa County commissioners, Goodin told
Sandi Kemp The Zoo knows'what it needs
to do.
Goodin, who has The Zoo in his very
own district, should be one of the main
stalwarts to support this facility. Yet he is
very adamant about the Zoo proving an
ability to remain financially solvent.
But these concerns did not come up
when commissioners were talking to the
Fair Board.
The only concern commissioners voiced
was making sure any structure on the 20
acres is done with the approval of Public
Works and others who the Fair Board is
looking to work with.
The time for the Zoo supporters to fill
county commission chambers has passed.
The proper time was back when the matter
was being considered. Zoo officials should
have made a much stronger public outcry
for support.





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Forced to spend
a rare weekend in
Atlanta during what
has been a monsoon
season in my beloved
South (translation: no
golf), I watched Sunday
morning TV for the first
time in years. Just as I
remembered, it was full
of worship services. The
elite media worshiped
their Lord and Savior,
Barack Obama, on CBS's
"Face the Nation," ABC's
"This Week" and NBC's
"Meet the Press." They
even had a Spanish
service on Univision.
It is telling that
Obama still refuses to
appear on Fox. Note to
The Anointed One: even
Judas was invited to the
Last Supper.
Bill Clinton might
have been one of only
two presidents to be
impeached, but Obama
will probably be the first
president to receive an
Emmy for best acting.
He is already assured
of someday getting a
Nobel Peace Prize for his
work in both causing and
then mending the racial
wounds of Professor
Gates and the Cambridge
cop who was slandered
for just doing his job.


I am always
amazed how
politicians can
cause a problem
and then get
credit for trying
to fix it. It is like
shooting someone
and then being
rewarded for
calling 9-1-1.


L <

HART TALK
Ron Hart


Obama is setting out
to see if he can be the
first leader in the history
of the world to multiply
his country's wealth by
dividing it. He wants-
to give to certain of his
lazier constituents the
fruits of the labor of
the more industrious.
Controlling the 51
percent he gives to by
taking from the other 49
percent is the tightrope
he and David Axelrod
are walking in hopes of
winning again in 2012.
This president is on
a torrid pace to make us
forget how often Bush
was misguided and
how bad Carter could
have been had Reagan
not beaten him in 1980.
Someone needs to
identify the next Reagan,
preferably a candidate
who does not wander off
down the Appalachian
Trail or who can "see


Russia from her
house," by 2011.
I just hope not
too much damage
is done to our
country before
we again elect
a minimalist-
government
leader who can
reduce the size


and scope of Washington.
Forcing health care
reform on us through
Chicago-style political
intimidation and
extortion will prove
to be the downfall
of this naive and
philosophically misguided
administration.
As my grandfather
used to tell me when I
had unpleasant work to
do, "If you have to eat
a frog, do not look at
it too long. And if you
have to eat two frogs,
eat the bigger one first."
This goes a long way
to explain why Obama
slammed Cap-and-Trade
down our throats (like
Serena Williams wanted
to jam that tennis ball
down the Japanese line
judge's throat), and now
is trying to chase it down
with ObamaCare.
At this point, none
of the Democrats cares


what is ,.int ihi~haltl'
care bill as long as
political defeat can
be avoided. This has
historically been the way
very bad legislation is
made. Politicians are so
averse to any short-term
political loss that they
are willing to mortgage
our children's futures to
avoid it.
After appearing
on four talk shows on
Sunday, Obama followed
with a guest spot on
uber-angry-liberal
David Letterman's
show Monday night.
Obama clearly revels
in the public spotlight
when the interviewer
is a like-minded lobber
of softballs. I suggest
he save the country
his travel expenses by
installing bleachers and
an applause sign in the
Oval Office so he can host
the media there every
day.
Ron Hart is a
Southern libertarian
columnist who writes
a weekly column about
politics and life. His e-
mail is RevRonlO@aol.
corn, and his book will be
out in November. Order
at www.RonaldHart.com.


Your VIEWPOINTS


Separation of
church and state
Jeff Miller's Viewpoint
on "Separation of Church
and State" appeared in an
area paper. He articulated
the truth thereof clearly.
Many of us have known this
for years but could not have
presented it as well as he.
When will people
stop believing the lie
perpetuated by Satan! A lie
happened on long enough
with be believed as a truth!
An attorney took
exception to the Viewpoint
suggesting "History and
Theology Elude Miller."
The attorney served
a three-year term on his
church's Vestry. I wonder if.
he ever learned Jesus said
much about lawyers and
knowledge. He said not
only do some lawyers not


enter in, but the;
others from enter
I responded a
as I could, with
suggesting that,
search the scrip
investigate His-s
(Jesus') and The
(God's) truth in t
I'm tired of so
called pedants, p
intellectuals, jud
professionals igi
the "separation (
and state" truth.
perpetuate the li
misinterpret the
Amendment.
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tures, of Charles Mathews.
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the Bible. GOP, you should hang
D- your head in shame.
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Iges, and appointed to the cabinet
norant of post by President Obama
of church were mostly tax cheats
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ie and until they were caught
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was Treasury Secretary
discuss Tim Geithner.
ion. To Let the fox guard the
ney." I love hen house.
the world The Democrats and
ujah. Mr. Obama have spent
all as more money than most
people can count and it
Chrys Holley will get worse. The banks
Milton, Fla. that were bailed out


gave all the employees
big bonuses with
bailout money and the
Democrats in charge let
them get away with it.
What about the
Senators that received
sweet deals from Fannie
Mae and Freddie Mac.
That's right, Barney
Frank said that both were
real sound a few weeks
before they crashed.
That white racists
that Obama appointed
as the Green Czar
and was approved
by the Democrats
says a lot about this
administration.
So Mr. Mathews, you
need to hang your head
in shame for what this
administration stands


Ronald Carhart
Milton, Fla.


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Local/Kornerstone


Santa Rosa's Press Gazette I A9


Artist helps campaign

to recruit African-American

foster families in area


Special to the Press Gazette
A well-known Pen-
sacola artist is helping
FamiliesFirst Network
of Lakeview Center to re-
cruit foster families from
within African-American
communities.
Sonja Griffin Evans,
whose work often re-
flects her Gullah heri-
tage, agreed to provide
a painting that would il-
lustrate FamiliesFirst's
campaign to reach out to
African-Americans.,
FamiliesFirst Net-
work is responsible for
the safety, stability and
well-being of abused and
neglected children in
Escambia, Santa Rosa,
Okaloosa and Walton
counties. Under a con-
tract with the state of
Florida, FamiliesFirst
provides foster care and
related services for the
four-county area.
The network recently
developed a campaign
urging African-Ameri-
cans to "Provide Hope
and Heritage by Opening
Your -Heart and Home."
Griffin Evans' painting of
a black woman and child
is being used for the cam-
paign's poster. The artist
painted the work specifi-
cally for that purpose.
The post-
er ' and Families-
First literature will be
placed with businesses
throughout the four-


county area. Additionally,
foster parent recruiter
Terri Marshall will hold
meetings in each county,
inviting staffs from beau-
ty parlors, barber shops,
boutiques and other
businesses that serve
predominately African-
American clientele. The
purpose is to teach them
about foster care so they
can share the informa-
tion with their custom-
ers.
A native of Beaufort,
S.C., Griffin Evans is
best known for vibrant
acrylic paintings depict-
ing life in the Gullah
communities that dot
coastal South Carolina
and Georgia. Evolving
from enslaved Africans
who were brought to the
Sea Islands in the 1800s,
Gullah remains a distinct
culture and language,
surviving to the present
in much same way as the
Creole culture has sur-
vived in Louisiana.
Griffin Evans' more
recent work has con-
centrated on Florida's
"Forgotten Communi-
ties," historically black
communities that have
all but disappeared over
the years. She recently
opened a gallery in Pen-
sacola's DeVilliers Street
neighborhood.
To learn more about
FamiliesFirst Network
and its outreach efforts,
call 850-453-7777.


W-0 Ask the Preacher'

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

Dear Pastor Gallups, "What happens when we die? I
have always been taught that when we die we are asleep
until Jet'I ryqirn .,' i sed in lj/l#? ..rm

Dear Confused,
The Bible clearly teaches that EVERYONE will live
forever after they have passed through the-veil of death,
regardless of what one does with Jesus Christ and His
claims upon our lives. HOWEVER, what we do with
Jesus DOES determine WHERE we will live forever.
The Bible does not contextually teach that a person
"sleeps" in the ground until the return of Jesus.When
the Bible is interpreted in light of ALL the passages
about death and eternity, this is what it teaches in a
nutshell...
When a Biblically born again believer, dies, they
immediately go into the presence of the Lord Jesus. (II
Corinthians 5:8 and Philippians 1:21-26) They will even-
tually 'return with the Lord during the Lord's millennial
reign on earth and they will forever be with the Lord. To
those on earth when these previously "dead" return, it will
indeed appear to the fleshly eye that they have "come up
out of their graves!" "',:" -
When a person dies who has refused the Lordship of
Jesus over their lives, that person immediately will find
himself or herself in Hell (Hades or Prison). These are all
terms that the Bible uses to describe the condition and
place of the lost who have left this world. At the end of
the millennial reign of Jesus on earth, these people will be
brought from prison and will stand before the Lord at the
Great White Throne of Judgement (Rev 20). After they
are thusly judged they will be thrown into the "Lake of
Fire" never again to see the Lord.
So you can see, that the choice we make NOW
regarding Jesus Christ and His claims of Lordship and sal-
vation over our lives, is important and ETERNAL. You
will never be more "alive" than the day you pass through
the veil of death. At that point.the choosing will be over.
Jesus holds out His hand of eternal life TODAY. If you
have not already done so, take it and really begin to
LIVE!
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 HHBC since 1987. He serves as an
International Youth Evangelist for the Southern Baptist Convention preaching all over the U.S. and
Canada. For more information about HHBC, call 623-8959 or 626-8951. fax: 623-0197.
If you have any questions forAsk The Preacher, send it to: Ask The Preacher, Hickory Hammock
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Gospel concert Friday at Pace AOG


Special to the Press Gazette
Sonny Henderson and
The Hendersons cordially
invite you to a special con-
cert on Friday, Oct. 2, at 7
p.m. at Pace Assembly of
God Church Chapel. At
this concert, you will hear
Southern and traditional
music by The Hendersons
and their special guests for
the evening, Enlisted, from
Rockmart, Ga.
Enlisted, formed in
2003, consists of Pamela
Scott Atcheson, Joey Sax-
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alto and writes most of the
songs for Enlisted. As a
young girl, she also sang
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has only been singing for-
six years. Joey quickly wins
people over with his strong
lead voice, enthusiasm and
winning smile. Joey is also
a talented songwriter. The
Mitchells, formerly of Mer-
cy Road, Dallas, Ga., joined
Enlisted in January of this
year. They have truly been
an asset to Enlisted with
their strong vocals. With
Debbie singing soprano
and David's fourth harmo-
ny part, Enlisted has devel-
oped a full, unique sound.
The Hendersons, a fam-
ily singing ministry since
the Fall of 1989, bring to
this concert many years
of expert experience, with
over 75 combined years in
gospel music. Most folk in
this area are familiar with
and enjoy The Hendersons
for their close family har-


The Hendersons


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mony and excitement that
they bring to the concert,
with excellent presenta-
tion of gospel music. They
will sing old-time favorites
as well as selections from
their newest recording,


released earlier this year.
Members are Sonny Hen-
derson, his daughter, Lydia
Henderson of Pensacola,
and Mark Cates of Pace.
Sonny's wife, Marie, serves
as sound technician and


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The group is from Milton;
however, they travel to all
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to come and be a part of
this special evening. The
church is at 3948 Highway
90 in Pace. No admission
fee at the door; however,
a love offering will be re-
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concert. Doors open at 6
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Sports


Santa Rosa's Press Gazette I A 1


Sports SIDELINE


Bears for Bears Ride:
The Gulf Coast Chapter of
ABATE of Florida will hold its
annual Bears for Bears Ride in
support of the Santa Rosa Kids
House. The ride be Oct. 4, with
registration getting under way
at 9 a.m. at the Home Depot on
Highway 90 in Pace. Kickstands
will go up for an escorted ride
at 11 a.m. Cost is $10 per person
and one article of new clothing
for kids. For more information,
call 324-7529 or e-mail
gcabatepres@bellsouth.net

Chamber Tee signs: The
2009 Chamber Golf Classic is
right around the corner. Make
sure to purchase your Tee Sign.
Signs are $75 (black and white)
and $100 (full color with a logo
or picture). Call Nicole at the
Chamber at 623-2339 or Abby at
United Bank at 981-3352.

Rotary 5K: The Milton
Rotary Club will hold its 3rd
Annual 5K on Oct. 24 along
the Blackwater Heritage State
Trail. The run is to benefit
education scholarships and
programs sponsored by Milton
Rotary Club. Registration is $20
for adults and $15 for children
through Oct. 23 and will be $25
for adults and $20 for children
the day of the race. Race time
is 9 a.m., and busses will begin
loading at 8 a.m. at Milton City
Hall. An after-party with food
and drink will be at Blackwater
Bistro following the race. Early
packet pickup will be Oct. 23 at
Blackwater Bistro from 5-7 p.m.

Garcon Point Bridge Run:
The Santa Rosa Education
Foundation and Mediacom
Communications will hold


their 4.8 mile run/walk across
the Garcon Point Bridge on
Saturday, Oct. 17, at 7:30 a.m.
Participants will be treated
to hamburgers, hot dogs and
drinks during the post-race
awards ceremony. Advance
registration is encouraged.
Entry fees are $20 for children
under 18 and $25 for adults.
After Oct. 13, all registration
fees are $30. The first 300
registered participants will
receive an event T-shirt.
Registration is available online
at www.active.com, or forms
may be downloaded at www.
santarosa.kl2.fl.us/sref. For
more information, call 850-983-
5043.

Riverwalk Run: Sign up now
to participate in the Riverwalk
Run, Oct. 3 starting at 4 p.m.
in downtown Milton. The 5K
course takes participants
through historic parts of the
city, then continues on a section
of the Blackwater Heritage
State Trail and finally across the
Riverwalk Boardwalk toward
the finish line in downtown
Milton. All participants must
be able to complete 3.1 miles
within one hour, because the
course will open to traffic at 5
p.m. Registration is available
through Active.com and can be
accessed through the City of
Milton Parks & Recreation Web
site at www.cityofmiltonpr.nexo.
com. In addition, registration
forms can be downloaded from
the Web site or picked up at the
Milton Community Center, 5629
Byrom St. The cost to register
is $15 from now until noon Oct.
2 and $20 on the day of the race.
Additional fees apply online.
Packet pickup is scheduled


for Oct. 1 from 4-7 p.m. at the
Milton Community Center and
Oct. 3 from 2-3 p.m. at the race
site in downtown Milton. For
more information, contact
Linsey Williamson at 850-983-
5466, ext. 208, or miltonparks@
ymail.com.

Adult Co-Ed Kickball Fall
League: Adult Co-Ed Kickball
Fall League at East Milton
Ball Park begins Oct. 15, 2009.
Season is eight weeks. $200
team registration. For more
information, call Anthony
Daughter at 983-2242 or e-
mail emyakickball@yahoo.
com. You can also visit www.
eastmiltonyouthsports.com.

Tiger Trot 5K/10K: Ronald
McDonald House Charities
of Northwest Florida is now
accepting registrations for the
Tiger Trot 5K/10K race. The
event will be held Oct. 17 at 8
a.m. beginning at Midway Fire
Station, 1322 College Parkway in
Gulf Breeze. The scenic course
takes participants through
residential "areas and around
Tiger Point Golf Club. The 10K
course adds a trip along Bay
Street and Santa Rosa Sound.
Registration before Oct. 15
is $20 for 5K and $22 for 10K.
Registration closing date is Oct.
15. Late race-day registration is
$23 for 5K and $25 for 10K. Race
packet pickup is available Oct. 16
from 4-6 p.m. at Running Wild in
Pensacola and on race day from
from 6:30-7:30 a.m. at Midway
Fire Station in Gulf Breeze. The
Tiger Trot 5K/10K after-race
party will include refreshments,
door prizes and race awards.
Register online at www.active.
com or download an entry form


at www.rmhpensacola.org. High
quality T-shirts are guaranteed
to race participants who register
by Sept. 18.

Arrowhead Junior Golf
Tour: Milton junior golfers ages
12-18 are invited to compete in
the AJGT Tchefuncta Junior
Classic at Tchefuncta Country
Club in Covington, La., on the
weekend of Oct. 17-18. The
two-day, 36-hole tournament is
ranked by the National Junior
Golf Scoreboard and hosted by
the Arrowhead Junior Golf Tour.
The tournament registration
deadline is Saturday, Oct. 3,
at 6 p.m. Please call 850-650-
6331 or register online at www.
arrowheadjgt.com.

Win a car: Tickets are on
sale now for a chance to win a
Buick, Pontiac or GMC vehicle
of choice valued at up to $33,500.
Tickets are $5 each and will be
sold until Oct. 31. The drawing
will be held in mid-December. To
purchase tickets, visit McKenzie
Motors in Milton or contact
Linsey Williamson at 850-983-
5466 or miltonparks@ymail. ,
com. With each ticket purchase,,
donors receive a voucher for 10
percent off any service repair at
McKenzie Motors. One hundred
percent of the proceeds benefit
the City of Milton youth football
and cheerleading programs.

In Hot Pursuit 5K: The
Escambia County Sheriff's
Office 2nd annual In Hot Pursuit
5K will beheld Oct. 10on
Pensacola Beach. This year, all
proceeds from the race will go
to support the Florida Sheriff's
Association Youth Ranches,
an organization dedicated


to the prevention of juvenile
delinquency and the production
of strong, lawful and productive
citizens for our community.
There will be a fun beach
course, great prizes, red beans
and rice at the finish and medals
for the winners. The race will
start at 8 a.m. near the Pavilion
on Pensacola Beach. Pre-
registration is $17 through Oct.
9. Race-day registration is $25.
Register online at www.active.
com or download a printable
form at escambiaso.com,

Orthopedic exams:
The Andrews Institute for
Orthopaedics & Sports
Medicine is now providing
free orthopaedic exams and
assessments to high school and
collegiate athletes on Saturday
mornings. The Saturday
Morning Athletic Training
Room is available to any student
athlete and will be held every
Saturday through the end of the
football season. Students may
check in from 8-9 a.m. in the
Andrews Institute Rehabilitation
center in Suite 101 on the
Andrews Institute campus, 1040
Gulf Breeze Parkway in Gulf
Breeze. The exams are provided
on a walk-in basis, and the initial
assessment is done free of
charge. The exams are available
to any student athlete in the Gulf
Coast area, including Alabama,
Florida, Georgia, Louisiana and
Mississippi.

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 type.
You are welcome to enter your
events there as well.


Tide REPORT


FWC REPORT


Pensacola Bay
Thursday, Oct. 1, 2009
4:14 a.m. CDT Moonset
6:42 a.m. CDT Sunrise
10:08 a.m. CDT High tide 1.25
Feet
5:02 p.m. CDT Moonrise
5:47 p.m. CDT Low tide 0.75 Feet
6:33 p.m. CDT Sunset
11:59 p.m. CDT High tide 1.04
Feet
Friday, Oct. 2, 2099 ......
5:09 a.m. CDT Moonset
5:36 a.m. CDT Low tide 0.84 Feet
6:43 a.m. CDT Sunrise
11:50 a.m. CDT High tide 1.09
Feet
5:09 p.m. CDT Low tide 0.92 Feet
5:30 p.m. CDT Moonrise
6:32 p.m. CDT Sunset
11:13 p.m., CDT High tide 1.20
Feet
Saturday, Oct. 3, 2009
6:06 a.m. CDT Moonset
6:43 a.m. CDT Sunrise
6:48 a.m. CDT Low tide 0.64 Feet
6:00 p.m. CDT Moonrise
6:31 p.m. CDT Sunset
11:00 p.m. CDT High tide 1.39
Feet
Sunday, Oct. 4, 2009
1:10 a.m. CDT Full Moon
6:44 a.m. CDT Sunrise
7:04 a.m. CDT Moonset
7:45 a.m. CDT Low tide 0.45 Feet
6:30 p.m. CDT Sunset
6:32 p.m. CDT Moonrise
11:07 p.m. CDT High tide 1.57
Feet

East Bay.
Thursday, Oct. 1, 2009
4:12 a.m. CDT Moonset
6:41 a.m. CDT Sunrise
10:51 a.m. CDT High tide 1.50
Feet
5:00 p.m. CDT Moonrise
6:32 p.m. CDT Sunset
7:03 p.m. CDT Low tide 0.90 Feet
Friday, Oct. 2, 2009
12:44 a.m. CDT High tide 1.25
Feet
5:08 a.m. CDT Moonset
6:41 a.m. CDT Sunrise
6:54 a.m. CDT Low tide 1.01 Feet
12:33 p.m. CDT High tide 1.31
Feet
5:29 p.m. CDT Moonrise
6:27 p.m. CDT Low tide 1.11 Feet
.6:31 p.m. CDT Sunset
11:56 p.m. CDT High tide 1.44
Feet
Saturday, Oct. 3, 2009
6:04 a.m. CDT Moonset
6:42 a.m. CDT Sunrise
8:06 a.m. CDT Low tide 0.77 Feet
5:59 p.m. CDT Moonrise
6:30 p.m. CDT Sunset
11:43 p.m. CDT High tide 1.67
Feet
Sunday, Oct. 4, 2009
1:10 a.m. CDT Full Moon
6:43 a.m. CDT Sunrise
7:03 a.m. CDT Moonset
9:01 a.m. CDT Low tide 0.54 Feet
6:28 p.m. CDT Sunset
6:31 p.m. CDT Moonrise


11:52 p.m. CDT High tide 1.89 Feet

Blackwater River
Thursday, Oct. 1, 2009
4:13 a.m. CDT Moonset "
6:41 a.m. CDT Surrise
11:47 a.m. CDT High tide 1.50
Feet
5:01 p.m. CDT Moonrise
6:33 p.m. CDT Sunset
7:33 p.m. CDT Low tide 0.90 Feet
Friday, Oct. 2, 2009
1:40 a.m. CDT High tide 1.25 Feet
5:08 a.m. CDT Moonset
6:42 a.m. CDT Sunrise
7:24 a.m. CDT Low tide 1.01 Feet
1:29 p.m. CDT High tide 1.31 Feet
5:30 p.m. CDT Moonrise
6:31 p.m. CDT Sunset
6:57 p.m. CDT Low tide 1.11 Feet
Saturday, Oct. 3, 2009
12:52 a.m. CDT High tide 1.44
Feet
6:05 a.m. CDT Moonset
6:42 a.m. CDT Sunrise
8:36 a.m. CDT Low tide 0.77 Feet
5:59 p.m. CDT Moonrise
6:30 p.m. CDT Sunset
Sunday, Oct. 4, 2009
12:39 a.m. CDT High tide 1.67
Feet
1:10 a.m. CDT Full Moon
6:43 a.m. CDTSunrise
7:03 a.m. CDT Moonset
9:31 a.m. CDT Low tide 0.54 Feet
6:29 p.m. CDT Sunset
6:31 p.m. CDT Moonrise

Navarre Beach
Thursday, Oct. 1, 2009
12:50 a.m. CDT Low tide 0.9,6 Feet
4:12 a.m. CDT Moonset
6:41 a.m. CDT Sunrise
8:24 a.m. CDT High tide 1.39 Feet
3:09 p.m. CDT Low tide 0.89 Feet
5:00 p.m. CDT-Moonrise
6:32 p.m. CDT Sunset
9:39 p.m. CDT High tide 1.07 Feet
Friday, Oct. 2, 2009
2:16 a.m. CDT Low tide 0.87 Feet
5:08 a.m. CDT Moonset
6:41 a.m. CDT Sunrise
9:50 a.m. CDT High tide 1.28 Feet
2:55 p.m. CDT Low tide 0.99 Feet
5:29 p.m. CDT Moonrise
6:31 p.m. CDT Sunset
8:51 p.m. CDT High tide 1.22 Feet
Saturday, Oct. 3, 2009
3:22 a.m. CDT Low tide 0.74 Feet
6:04 a.m. CDT Moonset
6:42 a.m. CDT Sunrise
11:14 a.m. CDT High tide 1.17
Feet
2:43 p.m. CDT Low tide 1.06 Feet
5:58 p.m. CDT Moonrise
6:30 p.m. CDT Sunset
8:25 p.m. CDT High tide 1.39 Feet
Sunday, Oct. 4, 2009
1:10 a.m. CDT Full Moon
4:24 a.m. CDT Low tide 0.60 Feet
6:42 a.m. CDT Sunrise
7:02 a.m. CDT Moonset
12:56 p.m. CDT High tide 1.09 Feet
2:19 p.m. CDT Low tide 1.08 Feet
6:28 p.m. CDT Sunset
6:30 p.m. CDT Moonrise
8:35 p.m. CDT High tide 1.57 Feet


This report represents some 'events the Flori-
da Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission
(FWC) Northwest Region handled From Sept. 18-
24; however, it does not include all actions taken
by the Division of Law Enforcement.

ESCAMBIA COUNTY
On Sept. 19, Lieutenants Brian Lambert and
Dan Hahr were checking into some night hunting
complaints on County Road 99 when they observed
a truck crossing over into the opposite lane several
times. The truck was stopped, and when Lambert
made contact, the driver exhibited several signs of
possible impairment. Field sobriety tasks attempt-
ed by the driver indicated impairment. The driver
performed poorly on all of the tasks. Lambert ar-
rested the driver on driving under the influence,
and he was transported to the Escambia County
Jail, where the driver agreed to provide a breath
sample, which resulted in .177 G/210L.

SANTA ROSA COUNTY
On Sept. 18, Lt. Doug Berryman responded to
a complaint of a possible shooting of a bear south
of Milton off Garcon Point Road. Once on scene,
Berryman observed,no sign of a bear being shot;
however, he did notice a blood trail along with sev-
eral dog tracks. While Berryman was trailing the
wounded animal, he observed a vehicle matching
the description of the suspect vehicle given by the
complainant. Berryman stopped the vehicle to de-
termine whether the driver had anything to do with
the incident. Post Miranda, the driver admitted to
shooting his black Labrador retriever in the head
with a 9-mm pistol, wounding the animal, admitting
that he must have made a bad shot and the dog ran
off. On Sept. 20, Santa Rosa County Animal Con-
trol notified Berryman that they had captured the
wounded dog. Animal Control officials advised the
dog had been shot in the face/jaw and that the own-
er was on his way to pick her up to take her to get
treatment. That night, the veterinarian euthanized
the dog at the owner's request. Investigation is on-
going at this time with possible charges pending.

OKALOOSA COUNTY
OnSept. 17, Officer Van Barrow direct filed
charges with the State Attorney's Office on two
subjects regarding taking deer during closed sea-
son. An investigation is still ongoing regarding both
subjects' involvement in exercising deer depreda-
tion permits and failing to tag the deer taken when
transported from the field. The investigation start-
ed when FWC officers served a search warrant
that produced photographs of untagged deer taken
in August. The search was requested after Barrow
received evidence of a deer taken in a non-permit-
ted depredation area. The antlers of the deer were
located during the search of the residence.

WALTON COUNTY
On Sept. 20, Lt. Mark Hollinhead and Officers
Don Walker and Matt Webb worked a detail on
hunting leases in south Walton County. Walker
had received numerous complaints regarding
trespassing and tree stands being stolen. While
patrolling the property, the officers encountered
seven subjects on all-terrain vehicles (ATVs) and
trucks that did not have permission to be on the
property. The subjects were issued written warn-
ings on trespass and asked to depart the property.
The lessee of the property met the subjects leav-
ing and was pleased that they had encountered
the FWC officers and been warned about being on
the property.


BAY COUNTY
Officer Joe Chambers checked two fishers in
Johnson Bayou and found an undersize speckled
trout in their possession. Further observation indi-
cated the subjects had the odor of burnt cannabis
about them. When asked, a baggie of cannabis and
a glass pipe were produced. A written warning was
issued about the trout, and citations were issued on
the cannabis and the drug paraphernalia.

Officer Dennis Palmer assisted with an al-
ligator case that was being worked by investiga-
tions involving an alligator that had been killed in
St. Andrews State Park. Five suspects were iden-
tified and charged. Officer Joe Chambers was
checking shoreline fishers when he encountered
two different fishers at the Hathaway Bridge who.
had the aroma of fresh burnt cannabis about them.
One fisher produced a glass pipe and a baggie
of cannabis, and the other fisher produced a can-
nabis cigarette. Citations .were issued in both
cases.

Officer Dennis Palmer responded to a call for
assistance early Saturday morning regarding a
subject who was riding around in the Old Gas-
kin area and had stated he was going to commit
suicide. Palmer met with Bay County Sheriff's Of-
fice deputies, and they later found the subject alive
and well. Apparently the subject was having trou-
bles with his wife.

Officer David Erdman was on water patrol on St.
Andrews Bay, and during a boating safety inspec-
tion, he noticed signs of impairment from the oper-
ator of the vessel. Field sobriety evaluations were
performed on the operator. Evaluations concluded
,the operator was impaired, and he was arrested
and booked into the Bay County Jail.

Officer David Erdman was on water patrol on St.
Andrews Bay and observed several people snorkel-
ing in the Spanish Shanty Cove area with no divers-
down flag displayed. Erdman waited at a distance
until the snorkelers were through and heading back
in. Erdman then conducted an inspection of the
vessel and located over 100 bay scallops onboard
the vessel. Citations were issued on no divers-down
flag, harvest of scallops out of season, and harvest
of bay scallops in a closed area.

BAY COUNTY COPS
Officer Dennis Palmer taught the laws section of
the Hunter Education course in Bay County.

HOLMES COUNTY
Officer Larry Morris assisted the Holmes Coun-
ty Sheriff's Office with a search warrant regarding
an indoor marijuana growing operation. The Hol-
mes County Sheriff's Office arrested and charged a
Westville man after conducting the search.

Officer Larry Morris responded to a search
and rescue call for three missing boaters on the*
Choctawhatchee River. The location was in north
Holmes County south of the Highway 2 boat ramp.
Morris located two subjects sleeping in a boat; the
boat had run out of gas. The third subject was lo-
cated after daylight as he walked out of the river
swamp.

Officer Jimmy Brooks assisted biologists with
the Holmes County Turkey Restoration Program
again this year. He assisted in counts and main-
taining the turkey bait sites and camera during the
study throughout Holmes County.














Wednesday, September 30, 2009


SPORTS


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Panthers wrestle Gators for 26-14 victory


By MATHEW PELLEGRINO
mnpellegrino@srpressgazette.com
With a 10-minute delay from
lighting issues at the beginning
of the game, the Panthers went
in fighting, while the Gators were
seeing yellow - flags that is.
The Gators scooped up 6.
against them by the end of the first
half, and they paid dearly. With
false starts abound, the Gators
weren't able to gain any ground
within the first quarter.
No points were scored by either
team in the first, but within 52 sec-
onds of the second quarter, Milton
QB Matt Floyd threw the ball into
the end zone for a touchdown.
After the extra point, Escam-
bia turned the ball over within two
minutes. With the clock ticking


down and 7:14 left in the first half,
Milton's Casey Freeman made a
bold move leaping over a pack of
Gators to score a touchdown. The
field goal was no good, and the
Panthers sat at 13-0.
After Escambia picked up yel-
low down the field, they handed
the ball over to Milton. Floyd was
unable to make complete passes
with the half winding down, and
Escambia took over, putting their
7 on the board with a little less
than 40 seconds left in the half.
The field goal was good, and the
game sat 13-7 at halftime.
The Gators started off with a
hard bite in the second quarter
with a touchdown by running back
Michael Travis down the center
,from Milton's 2-yard line.
With 10:38 left in the third


quarter, the Panthers turned the
ball over to Escambia, after failed
attempts to slide by the Gator de-
fense in their protected end zone.
It didn't take long for Escam-
bia's QB, Quayshond Dirden, to
lose grip of the leather, and it was
picked up by linebacker Victor
French.
With third down and 8 to go at
their own 44, the Panther's Avante
Jennings picked up a pass down
the left of the field for a 48-yard
run to Escambia's 8.
With 2:59 left in the third quar-
ter, Milton took the lead with a
touchdown and an attempted 2-
point conversion that failed. At the
end of the third, Milton sat 19-14
against the Gators.
After Gator Demarius
Belcher's attempts to carry the


ball down the field, the Panthers
took over early in the fourth. The
Panthers were able to sneak into
the Gator's swamp, and after a
handoff to Jennings for the touch-
down with 5:56 left in the quarter,
the Panthers had the game set for
the evening.
The last five minutes were full
of fumbles and incomplete from
both teams as they scrambled for
last-minute gains. The ball was
snatched in midair from Milton's
Barry Gooden, with 4:16 left in the
game. After gaining the ball, Mil-
ton fumbled it in Gator territory
with 2:12 left.
Escambia's Dirden threw
three incomplete to put the ball
in the Panthers' paws for the re-
maining 56 seconds of the game.
With the clock winding down,


Floyd kneeled it until the clock hit
zero.
At the end, the Panthers fought
hard in the Gators' swamp, and
head coach Mike McMillion was
happy to see his team's hard effort
.during the two-hour battle.
"This is a start to where we're
trying to get to," McMillion said.
"We had a dogfight in the district
and two teams that wanted to
win."
Despite the Gators gaining
ground at the beginning of the
second, McMillion said he knew
the game was going to be tough.
"This game was a seesaw be-
tween the two teams. It was a
hard-fought battle."
The black cats ensured the bat-
tle and went home with a 12-point
lead over the Gators at 26-14.


PACE-TATE, 28-14


BILJ. GAMBLING I Press Gazette
David Casey follows the block of Tyler Hunt as the Pace ground game dominated the Tate Aggies 28-14 Friday night. The Patriots
gamed 218 yards on the ground in the win.



Patriots tame Aggies with ground game


By BILL GAMBLING
sports@srpressgazette.com
GONZALES - The Pace Patriots
played old-fashioned football as
they stopped the Tate Aggies 28-
14 Friday in District 1-4A action.
Pace took advantage of the
first Tate miscue to go up, 3-0
as a miffed punt recovered by
Charles Linley was turned into a
29-yard Greg Peranich field goal
with 10:30 remaining in the first
quarter.
Pace would go up 10-0 as they
would grind out a 16-play drive
covering 92 yards was Tyler
Hunt scored a 1-yard touchdown
with 1:37 remaining in the first
quarter.
But it was Tate who would
make it a ball game when they
took the lead 14-13 late in the
third quarter.
Tate recovered a Pace fumble
at its 33 and marched it down the
field thanks to two pass interfer-
ence calls to set up a drive by
Edwin Richburg from the 1 with
2:52 remaining.
"We kind of hit a lull in the
third quarter where we self-de-
structed," said Pace head coach
Mickey Lindsey following the
game. "But we got back on track
and put together a couple of 18-


to-20 drive possession and that
is the nature of this team; ball
control."
Pace's ground' attack ac-
counted for 218 yards on the
night on 50 carries while the,
passing game was three for nine
for 56 yards with the long pass
being a 25-yard hookup between
Peranich and Thomas McCorvey
on fourth and two while the Pa-
triots were in punt formation.
Richard Carrion was the
leading rusher for Pace, with 19
carries for 132 yards, while Hunt
carried the ball 18 times for 60


yards and two touchdowns. -
But Pace didn't trail the Ag-
gies for long.
McCorvey took and found the
seam and busted through for
a 91-yard kickoff return 14 sec-
onds after the Richburg score to
make it 20-14 with Pace back in
the lead:
"I saw one block out and made
my cut," McCorvey recalled.
"From there, I saw nothing but
daylight, and I hit the hole as
hard as I could."
Pace was in control almost
the entire first half as they would


turn a Richburg interception
into what would be a key scoring
opportunity.
The Patriots would back up
and force Peranich to attempt
a 47-yard field goal with 44 sec-
onds remaining that went wide
right.
Richburg and the Aggies
would have one final shot start-
ing at their own 20, but the star
quarterback fumbled the ball,
and Pace recovered at the Ag-
gies' 21.
Peranich trotted out" onto
the field and connected from 38
yards out to make it 13-7.
Pace would put together one
more sustained drive at the start
of the fourth quarter covering 80
yards on 19 plays as they ate up
most of the clock to set up Hunt's
second touchdown of the game
with 2:27 remaining.
Pace went for two with David
Casey pitching the ball to John
Reeves, who hit a wide open
Tanner Nichols.
"I am very proud of this team
and the effort they gave tonight,"
Lindsey said. "This was a huge
district win for us, and now we
need to continue the momentum
for our next game."
The Patriots (2-2) will host
Niceville at 7:30 p.m. Friday.


FWC to host open house for Blackwater Quail Enhancement Area


Special to the Press Gazette
The Florida Fish and Wildlife
*Conservation Commission (FWC)
invites everyone with an interest
in bobwhite quail management on
the Blackwater Wildlife Manage-
ment Area (WMA) in Santa Rosa
and Okaloosa counties to an open
house Tuesday, Oct. 6. The event
will take place 6:30-8 p.m. at the
Bear Lake Recreation Area, 2914
Bear Lake Road, near Munson.
FWC staff will discuss propos-
als to enhance quail habitat and
improve the quality of quail hunt-


ing on a portion of Blackwater
WMA. The 16,400-acre area will
be known as the Quail Enhance-
ment Area. In addition to changes
in habitat management, the area
may be subject to different hunt-
ing regulations.
"The best available science re-
quires that we limit the quail har-
vest to less than 15 percent of the
pre-hunt fall population if we hope
to sustain or allow the population
to grow." said Kurt Hodges. FWC
wildlife biologist and assistant
small game program coordinator.
STti', proposal mis. nitiill: reduce


harvest but still allow for hunting.
Our objective is to increase quail
numbers by managing both habitat
and harvest with the goal of provid-
ing a quality hunting experience."
Hodges said the proposed
area is bounded by Bryant Bridge
Road on the south, Sandy For-
est Road on the west, near High-
way 4 on the north and Nor-
man Riley Road on the east.
Under the proposal, bird dog train-
ing would be allowed in November
and December. However, hunt-
ing would be shifted to a maxi-
mum of eight Saturdays in Janu-


ary and February. A total of eight
quota permits would be available
for each day of hunting. A quota
permit would allow the permitted
hunter and a guest to hunt. The
bag limit would be six birds per
quota permit. For more informa-
tion, go to MyFWC.com/Rules and
click on "Proposed Rule Changes."
Those who would like to comment
on the proposals but cannot attend
the workshop can e-mail Hodges at
Kurt.Hodges(v MyFWC.com. The
proposal and an overview will be
presented at the FWC Commission
meeting Dec. 9-10 in Clewiston.


UWF


mens golf


No. 14


nationally

Special to the Press Gazette
The University of West
Florida men's golf team will
remain No. 14 in the nation
after the second Golf World
/ Nike Golf Coaches' Poll for
Division II was announced
last week. After a solid
showing at The McLaughlin
hosted by St. John's Univer-
sity with a 13th place finish,
which was predominately
a Division I field, the Argo-'
nauts hold onto their No.
14 ranking earned after the
preseason poll.
There were no major
moves on the poll after the
preseason rankings, with
Georgia College still in the
top spot and Columbus
State moving up one place
to No. 2, with Barry fall-
ing back to the third slot.
Gulf South Conference rival
North Alabama dropped two
spots from their original No.
6 ranking to No. 8 but still
remain in the top 10.
The men travel again
Oct. 5-6, when they head to
Columbus, Ga., to take on
No. 2 Columbus State at the
Aflac/Cougar Invitational.

GOLF WORLD / NIKE
GOLF COACHES' POLL


Men's Division II
Rank/Team -


Points Last


1. Georgia College (9) 439 1
2. Columbus State (3) 390 3
3. Barry (2) 365 2
4. Sonoma State (3) 358 5
5. Lynn 351 4
6. Florida Southern 320 . 7
7. Central Oklahoma 302 8
8. North Alabama 280 6
9. Nova Southeastern 277 11
10. USC-Aiken 262 10
11. CSU-San Bernardino 249 9
12. CSU-Stanislaus - 248 12
13. Indianapolis 246 13
14. West Florida 204 14
15. Clayton State 157 16
16. Chico State 155 15
17. Ferris State (1) 109 T-17
St. Edward's 109 21
19. Grand Canyon 107 19
20. Valdosta State 103 20
21. Lander . 92 T-17
22. Belmont Abbey 82 NR
23. CU-Colorado Springs 70 23
Northeastern State 70 22
25. CSU-Monterey Bay 64 T-24
Also receiving votes: New-
berry, 58; Indiana U. (Pa.),
57; Washburn, 45; Rollins, 43;
Barton, 40; Western Washing-
ton, 33; Coker, 31; Armstrong
Atlantic, 29; Grand Valley
State, 23; Fairmont State, 12;
Ohio Valley, 12; Western New
Mexico, 8; Abilene Christian,
7; Florida Tech, 7; Cameron,
5; Central Mo., 5; UNC-Pem-
broke, 5; Pfeiffer, 4; Tampa,
4; Catawba, 3; Wayne State,
3. Arkansas Tech, 2; Carson-
Newman, 2; UC-San Diego,
2; Delta State, 1; Hawaii-
Hilo, 1.


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Jay Peanut Festival, Coastal Encounters,


corn maze highlight fun-filled weekend


Special to the Press Gazette

The 20th annual Jay Peanut
Festival, Coastal Encounters and the
opening of the Sweet Season Farms
Corn Maze Oct. 3 weekend kick the
sixth annual Beaches to Woodlands
Tour of Santa Rosa County into high
gear.
The month-long self-guided
driving tour of Santa Rosa County
features more than two dozen
events. Geared toward locals and
tourists alike, the tour has become
an annual Gulf Coast staple.
"Once fall season starts settling
in, people get motivated to get out
and about," said Karen Harrell, tour
coordinator. "This is a showcase
series of events for Santa Rosa
County. These events are family-
friendly and inexpensive, back-to-
basic type of activities."
Along with great activities,
Harrell said October is a great time
for a weekend vacation with water
temperatures still warm enough to
swim and area lodging rates down
up to 40 percent from summer's high
season.
The Oct. 3-4 Jay Peanut Festival
draws upwards to 70,000 people to
the 15-acre Gabbert Farm each year
who have a chance to sample all
types of peanuts - boiled, green,
fried, candied and more. Admission
is free, and all weekend long there
will be arts, crafts, antique, new
items, games, rides, rock climbing
wall, pony and horse rides, wagon
rides, train rides, buckboard rides,
anvil shoot and a grist mill. The
farm's popular museum is also open
for tours.
While the Jay Peanut Festival
is being staged in the north end of
Santa Rosa County, the new Navarre
Beach Marine Science Station will
play host to the sixth annual Coastal
Encounters from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.
Oct. 3 at the Navarre Beach County
Park.
The newest asset to the area,
the Navarre Beach Marine Science
Station also celebrates its grand
opening. Budding marine scientists
can learn about sharks, water
safety, disaster preparedness and
other local environmental issues
will be included. And there will be
opportunities to try kayaking and
fishing. Arts and craft activities will
include making sea turtle maracas,
making a shark tooth necklace, fish
painting, sand casting and more.
One of the event's most popular
features is the touch tank, which
allows kids and adults to handle
creatures that are best left alone in
the wild.
A new event is the Sweet Season
Fprms Corn Maze, which is open
weekends and dai'ght hours only '


in Milton through Nov. 3. The maze
features a Blue Angels-theme
design. Owners Trent and Sharon
Mathews and their children, Morgan
and Lucas, have worked as a family
to create a full day of fun in Milton
that includes not only the maze, but
also hayrides, a barrel train, a farm-
themed playground, acorn cannon
and a corn crib "sandbox."
Ever seen bull riding in person?
Hayes Ranch in Milton will play
host from 3 p.m. to 10 p.m. Oct. 3
to the Covenant Hospice's Blue
Jeans & Barbeque and Bull Riding
Competition.
Another weekend highlight is
the Riverwalk Run 5k sponsored
by the city of Milton. The run winds
through historic Bagdad, downtown
Milton and the beautiful Riverbank.
The race features a rare 4 p.m. start
time, which gives people a chance to
sleep in if they choose.
Also added to the schedule is
the Navarre Chamber's Taste of
Navarre from 2 to 4 p.m. Oct. 3 at the
Navarre County Park off Hwy. 98.
You can sample wine and enjoy hors
deourves and bid on silent auction
items at the Oct. 3 St. Augustine of
Canterbury Episcopal Church in
Navarre's "A Splash of Spirit." The
cost is $10 per person, and this is a
fundraiser for the church's building
fund.
A traditional small town square
is the scene for Mainstreet Milton's
Oct. 2 First Friday event, a lively
scene in the walkable downtown
Milton. Also, be sure to arrive early
at the Santa Rosa Art Association's
Community Yard Sale from 8 a.m. to
1 p.m. Oct. 3 at S.S. Dixon Primary
School, a place you are sure to find a
bargain.
Ongoing throughout the month
are tours of the Jay Historical
Museum and the Dragonfly Gallery's
"Sand to Sawdust" exhibit.


Fall is always a popular time at
Adventures Unlimited, a popular
destination for day and overnight
visitors who enjoy canoeing,
camping, hiking - and, of course,
roasting s'mores.
Santa Rosa County stretches
from the Gulf of Mexico at Navarre
Beach north to historic Milton and
the small community of Jay near the
Alabama border. Fall temperatures
drop into the low 80s and 70s for
daytime highs and 50s and 60s in the
evening. Vacation rentals at Navarre
Beach start at $100 per night. Also
popular are the wooded cabins with
fireplaces at Adventures Unlimited,
camping at area RV parks and
rustic tent sites at select area
state parks. For event details, visit
www.thebeachestowoodlandstour.
com or 800-480-SAND or 850-
939-8666. Book your trip at www.
floridabeachestorivers.cn.


BEACHES TO WOODLANDS
TOUR SCHEDULE
ONGOING
George Snow Hill's 1941 Post Office Mural
"Pulpwood Logging" Homecoming. Old Post Office
Antiques 6821 Caroline Street Milton, Fla. All
month. Mon.-Sat. 10 a.m.-5 p.m. Sun. Noon to 5
p.m. Details: 850-232-9548 or MainStreetMilton.
org. Tour program pickup location.

Tours of Jay Historical Museum. Highway 4 Jay, Fla.
Open Friday and Saturday 10 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.
Details: 675 64800rjmd@erec.net.

Gulf Isl6nds National Seashore, Naval Live Oaks
Visitor Center. 1801 Gulf Breeze Parkway, Gulf
Breeze, Fla. Details: 850-934-2600 or www.nps.
gov/guis. Tour program pickup location.

Adventures Unlimited. Back to Nature Santa
Rosa County. Located on Coldwater Creek, 12
miles north of Milton. 850-623-6197 or www.
adventuresunlimited.com.

SEPT. 29-OCT.31
Dragonfly Flight "Sand to Sawdust" Juried Exhibit.
Dragonfly Gallery, 5188 Escambia St., Milton,
Fla. All month Tuesday through Saturday 10 a.m.-4
p.m. Cost: Free admission. $25 for art entry. Details:
850-981-1100 or sracf.org. Tour program pickup
location.
OCT. 3-NOV. 8
Sweet Seasons Farm Corn Maze. 2260 Horn Road
Milton, FL. Saturday 9 a.m. to 7 p.m. and Sundays
Noon to 7 p.m. Details: 850-675-3828 or 850-686-
5511 or www.cornfieldmaze.com. Tour program
pickup location.

OCT. 2
Main Street Milton First Friday. Downtown Milton,
Fla. Friday, 5 p.m. to 8 p.m. Cost: Free. Details:
850-626-6246 or www.mainstreetmilton.org. Tour
program pickup location.

OCT. 3
Taste of Navarre, 2 p.m. - 4 p.m., Navarre Park,
Hwy. 98 by Navarre Beach Bridge. Sponsored by
Navarre Chamber of Commerce. Details: 850-939-
3267 or www.navarrechamber.com. Tour program
pickup location.

OCT. 3
A Splash of Spirit, St. Augustine of Canterbury
Episcopal Church. 7810 Navarre Parkway, Navarre
Fla. 6 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. Cost: $10 per person.
Details: 850-939-2261 or www.staugustinesnavarre.
org. Tour program pickup location.

OCT. 3
Riverwalk 5k, Parks and Recreation. Downtown,
Milton. Cost: $15 until Noon Oct. 2 or $20 day
of race..Details: 850-983-5466 ext. 208 or www.
cityofmiltonpr.nexo.com/riverwalkrun. Tour program
pickup location.

OCT.3
Coastal Encounters, Navarre Beach Marine Science
Station. Saturday 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Cost: Free.
Navarre Park on Navarre Beach, Fla. Take left at
stop sign and follow road to last left. Park in lot
north side of building. Details: 850-623-3868 or
chrismv@ufl.edu. Tour program pickup location.

OCT.3
Blue Jeans & Barbecue Festival, Bull Riding Competition
at Hayes Ranch, 5097 Berryhill Road, Milton, Fla.
Festival from 3-9 p.m., Bull Riding Competition: 7-9
p.m. Cost: $10 advance or $15 at door. Children
younger than 5 free. Details: 850-208-7122 or www.
covenanthospice.org. Tour program pickup location.

OCT.3
Santa Rosa Art Association Community Yard
Sale. SS Dixon Primary School Playground on the
south side US 90, Pace, Fla. 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. Cost:
Free admission. Details: 850-623-8493 or 850-983-
8310 or www santarosaartassociation.com.

OCT. 3
Holley Hill Pottery Gallery/Studio Open House/Gulf
Coast Kiln Walk. Corner of Hwy 87 and Buckeye
Drive, Navarre. Saturday 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Cost:
Free. Details: 850-939-2744 or martyandbrenda@
bellsouth.net. Tour program pickup location.

OCT. 3-4
20th annual Jay Peanut Festival, Gabbert Farm.
3604 Pine Level Church Road, Jay, Fla. Cost: Free.
Details: 850-675-6823. Tour program pickup
location.

OCT.4TH
Bagdad \ illag Preservation Association presents
Dr. John Bratten. 2 p.m. at the Bagdad Community
Center, corner of Pooley and School streets in
Bagdad, Fla. Cost: Free. Details: 850- 293-5349
www.bagdadvillage.org.

OCT. 6 AND 20
Dinner and Line Dancing at Red Barn Bar-B-Que
5887 Highway 90, Milton, Fla. Tuesday Oct.
6 and 20 5:30 p.m. to 8 p.m. Cost: Music and
dancing free. Dinner extra. Details: 850-723-4052.
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Wednesday, September 30, 2009


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September BIRTHS


Gallery displays
"Art or Function?"
Art Praha Galerie, the only international art
gallery in Northwest Florida, is delighted to
feature worldwide renowned glass artist Pavel
Cajthaml in a solo exhibit: "Art or Function?"
running September 28 through November 14.
Pavel is known for using the rarest glass for
the finest objets d'art. At times he must fly into
Martha Stuart Vineyards' or Bohemia, Czech
Republic glass studios where such specialty
glass can only be found. He has created objets
d'art for several of the world's leading design-
ers. To see Pavel's limited collection of glass art
works, visit Art Praha Galerie, 124 S. Palafox
Place, downtown Pensacola. 602-7052.

Store presents Runway Show
to benefit Animal Services
Maurice's, a women's fashion store, will be
hosting a free "Rescues and Runway" fashion
show featuring the latest fall trends to benefit
Santa Rosa County Animal Services. The event
will be held on Saturday, October 3 at 4 p.m. at
Storage Master located at 4636 Woodbine Road
in Pace.
Animals will be available for adoption at the
event, and Santa Rosa County Animal Services
staff will be on hand to-answer questions about
adoptions and volunteering. A silent auction
featuring items donated by local businesses will
also be held at the event. All proceeds will ben-
efit Santa Rosa County Animal Services. *
In addition to the fashion show, Maurice's will
be accepting donations for Animal Services now
through October 3. Suggested donations include
towels, blankets, stuffed animals, dog and cat
food. Donations can be dropped off at Maurice's,
which is located at 477 Highway 90 in Pace. Do-
nators will receive a coupon for Maurice's. For
more information, contact Cassie Barnes at
(850) 995-9066.

Relay for Life Steering
Committee to meet
The American Cancer Society's Milton Relay
for Life Steering Committee will meet Tuesday,
October 6 at 6 p.m. at the Santa Rosa Commu-
nity School, 6658 Park Avenue in Milton. The
meeting is open to any volunteer who would like
to help plan and organize the 2010 Relay activi-
ties. Come and learn about all of the positions
that make Relay possible. This year's event is
scheduled for April 30 to May 1, 2010 at the Pen-
sacola Junior College Milton Campus. To learn
more about this fun-filled overnight adventure
and how you can join the fight against cancer,
contact Polly Brown, Event Chair, at 516-1495 or
fiupcola@aol.com.


Tiffany Nichole Edwards
& William Edward Pridgeon,
a daughter,. River Brieze
Pridgeon, born Tuesday,
September 1, 2009.
Erica Paige Trusler &
Richard Cameron Dykes, a
daughter, Baelyn Elizabeth
Dykes, born Wednesday,
September 2, 2009.
Bobbie Jo & David Shane
McDonald, a daughter, Sa-
mantha Grace McDonald,
born Wednesday, Septem-
ber 2, 2009.
Ashley Lynn & Victor
Frank Benfatto, a daughter,
Michaylah Carmella Ben-
fatto, born Wednesday, Sep-
tember 2, 2009.
Kitchelle N. Coleman &
Maurice Robert Demeteius
Lanty, a son, Maurice Rob-
ert Demetrius Lanty Jr.,
born Saturday, September
5, 2009.
Crystal L. Philpot, a
daughter, Kassandra Lee


Philpot, born Monday, Sep-
tember 7, 2009.
Meagan Cheramie, a son,
Brennan Michael Chera-
mie, born Tuesday, Septem-
ber 8, 2009.
Sarah Fox & Dean Mer-
rifield, a son, Keaton Alan
Merrifield, born Tuesday,
September 8, 2009.
Brandi Noelle Fuqua,
a daughter, Nadia Anne
Fuqua, born Tuesday, Sep-
tember 8, 2009.
Robyn & Kevin Barrow, a
son, Kevin Lee Barrow Jr.,
born Friday, September 11,
2009.
Christy & Bill Bridges,'
a daughter, Amelia Louise
Bridges, born Friday, Sep-
tember 11, 2009,
Erica Nicole & Patrick
Gregory Morrison, a daugh-
ter, Curstin Ann Morrison,
born Monday, September 14,
2009.
Christine A. & Jeffrey T.


Garrett, a son, Joshua Dan-
iel Garrett, born Tuesday,
September 15, 2009.
Corona M. Dees & J.D. E.
Wells, a son, Javon Demar-
cus Wells, born Tuesday,
September 15, 2009.
Jessica R. Warren & Al-
bert C. Wiles, Jr., a daughter,
Destyni Faythe Wiles, born
Wednesday, September 16,
2009.
Jessica E. & Robert C.
Caraway, a daughter, Ken-
nley Makaylah Caraway,
born Wednesday, Septem-
ber 16, 2009.
Sabrina N. & Ryan C.
.Wasson, a son, Landen
Christopher Wasson, born
Wednesday, September 16,
2009.
Audrey J. & Clinton E.
Austin, a son, Steven Edu-
ardo Richard Austin, born
Thursday, September 17,
2009.
Molly Marie & Nathan


Deniz Harris, a daughter,
Mara Grace Harris, born
Sunday, September 20, 2009.
Bobbi LouAnn Herring
& Christopher Alan Gill, a
son, Joshua Edward Gill,
born Monday, September 21,
2009.
Angelica Marie Salter
& Wilson Jayson Santos, a
daughter, Tattiana Belen
Santos, born Tuesday, Sep-
tember 22, 2009.
Maegan & Benjamin
Glidden, a daughter, Isa-
bella Nicole Glidden, born
Wednesday, September 23,
2009.
Amanda Marotz & An-
tonio Albertini, a daughter,
Sophia Madeline Albertini,
born Wednesday, September
23, 2009.
Amanda Elizabeth &
Ashley Travis Pippin, a son,
Jackson Taylor Pippin,
born Thursday, September
24, 2009.


Inspection CHECKPOINTS


Special to the Press Gazette
The Florida Highway
Patrol will be conducting
driver license and vehicle
inspection checkpoints
during the month of Octo-
ber 2009, at the below listed
locations in Santa Rosa
County.
Recognizing the danger
presented to the public by
defective vehicle equip-
ment, troopers will con-
centrate their efforts on
vehicles being operated
with defects such as bad
brakes, worn tires and de-


fective lighting equipment.
In addition, attention will
be directed to drivers who
would violate the driver li-
cense laws of Florida.
The patrol has found
these checkpoints to be an
effective means of enforc-
ing the equipment and driv-
er license laws of Florida
while ensuring the protec-.
tion of all motorists.
Oct. 1 through Oct. 8
- Quintette Road west of
County Road 197; Bagdad
Highway south of Milton;
Hamilton Bridge Road east
of Bridge; County Road 197


north of Guernsey Road;
State Road 4 northern
Santa Rosa County; State
Road 399 west of State
Road 87.
Oct. 9 through Oct. 15
- Nicholes Lake Road
east of State Road 87; West
Spencerfield north of U.S.
90; Ward Basin Road at the
Fire Department; Berryhill
Road east of Chumuckla
Highway; State Road 87 in
Holley-Navarre.
Oct. 16 through Oct. 22 -
Hamilton Bridge Road east
of Bridge; State Road 89
northern Santa Rosa Coun-


ty; Chumuckla Highway
north of U. S. 90; Bagdad
Highway south of Milton;
Mulat Road south of U.S.
90; Anderson Lane south of
Willard Norris Road.
Oct. 23 through Oct. 31
- Galt City Road south
of Old Bagdad Highway;
County Road 197 north of
Guernsey Road; State Road
87 northern Santa Rosa
County; Da-Lisa Road east
of Galt City Road; Hamilton
Bridge Road east of Bridge;
Quintette Road east of Es-
cambia River; State Road 4
east of Jay City Limits.


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Milton Hi h Homecomin Court

Friday, Milton High School will celebrate Homecoming. Many activities are planned at Milton High School for the week of Homecoming. There
are many club and class competitions. The class spirit competitions, penny wars and skit competitions are just a few of the many activities
planned for that week. Thursday at 2:30, the Homecoming pep rally will showcase the winning class skits. On Friday, Homecoming Day, the
Parade will begin at King Middle School at 10:30 am. It will travel south on Stewart Street, turn onto Sanders Street, then turn onto Byrom
Street, then proceed to Raymond Hobbs Street, and then back to Stewart Street lastly it will then turn onto Park Avenue and end in the South
Parking lot of Milton High School. Pre-game Activities begin at 7:00pm. At this time, there will be an introduction of the 2009 Homecoming
Candidates and Class Representatives. During Half-time, Megan Mathews last year's 2008 Homecoming Queen will crown the 2009
Homecoming Queen. The student acting as host for this occasion is our Emcee, Miss Caitlin Drinkard. Please make plans to come and join us
as we celebrate "Homecoming 2009" at Milton High School.


Iman Mercedes Audra Suzanne
Brewton Carnley


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Delrosario


Erin Michelle Jessika Leanne
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Migration of the monarch butterfly is under way


By Theresa Friday
Extension Facultv-Residential
Horticulture UF/IFAS Santa
Rosa County

Every fall, a magical
event takes place in the
animal world. A small, yet
amazing, creature may
be traveling over your
own head right now or
visiting your backyard on
a mystical journey home.
The annual monarch
butterfly migration to
Mexico is underway.
In the entire world, no
butterflies migrate like
the monarchs of North
America. They travel
much farther than all
other tropical butterflies,
up to three thousand
miles. They are the only
butterflies to make such
a long, two way migration
every year. Amazingly,
they fly in masses to the
same winter roosts, often
to the exact same trees.
Their migration is more
the type we expect from
birds or whales. However,
unlike birds and whales,
individual monarchs
make only a part of the
trip. It is their children's
grandchildren that return
south the following fall.
By instinct alone,
the butterflies go to
the same mountains
that their ancestors left
the previous spring.
Somehow, they find a
place in Mexico that
they've never seen before.


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Monarch butterflies are
born knowing everything
they need to survive.
But, reports from the
experts say that it is
already clear that the 2009
migration will be smaller
than any seen since the
fall of 2004, a migration
that resulted in an all-
time low overwintering
population in Mexico.
The overwintering
population this winter will
be affected by a long term
drought that has persisted
in much of Texas and
northeastern Mexico.
Monarchs are highly
dependent on nectar and
sources of water to fuel
the migration through
this region in October and


November. If the drought
persists and nectar
resources are scarce
during the migration
period, the number of
monarchs reaching the
overwintering sites will be
reduced.
Plant nectar is the
fuel for the butterflies' '
fat which is critical to
their survival for the
winter. This fat not only
fuels their long flight, but
must last until the next
spring when they begin
the flight back north. As
they migrate southwards,
monarchs stop to feed
on plant nectar, and they
actually gain weight
during the trip!
How can you help this


beautiful butterfly? You
can create, conserve
and protect monarch
habitats. It's really very
easy to create a monarch
waystation-a resting
and feeding area along
their migratory route.
The first step is to learn
about butterfly gardening.
There are many
references to help you
including the University of
Florida online publication'
on Butterfly Gardening
at http://edis.ifas.ufl.edu/
UW057.
One of the most
important plants in your
monarch waystation
is milkweed. Adults
feed on nectar from all
varieties of milkweeds.


They will also visit
other flowers including
goldenrod, ironweed
and tickseed sunflower.
The caterpillars, on the
other hand, feed only on
milkweeds of the genus
Asclepias. From these
plants they acquire
and store toxins that
help protect them from
predators. Although
these plants may have
other insect problems,
remember that using
insecticides on them will
harm the caterpillar.
Another way to help *
this amazing creature is
to get involved in monarch
migration research. A
tagging program was
initiated by F. A. Urquhart


of the Royal Ontario
Museum in the 1950s and
is continued to this day.
It allows scientists to
determine the migration
path of monarchs.
To learn more
about tagging and the
monarch's migratory
journey, visit the
Panhandle Butterfly
House's 3rd Annual
Monarch Madness
Festival on October
9-11, 2009. You will be
able to stroll through
a monarch waystation
and a limited number of
tags will be available for
children to apply. For
more information, visit
their website at www.
panhandlebutterflyhouse.
org.

Theresa Friday is the
Residential Horticulture
Extension Agent for
Santa Rosa County. The
use of trade names, if
used in this article, is
solely for the purpose
of providing specific
information. It is not a
guarantee, warranty,
or endorsement of the
product name(s) and
does not signify that
they are approved to the
exclusion of others.
For additional
information about all
of the county extension
services and other
articles of interest go to:
http://santarosa.ifas.ufl.
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TAMPA - Following a week
in which crude oil closed near
its highest price of 2009, crude
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cantile Exchange closed the
week Friday falling by $6 per
barrel to $66.01 per barrel in
response to a mixed bag of
economic news.
The Reuters/University of
Michigan consumer sentiment
index improved from August
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dryers, and they're considered
a bellwether on consumer pur-
chasing and the economy.
"People may wonder how
durable goods are, connected
to oil and gasoline, and that's
a logical question to ask," said
Gregg Laskoski, managing di-


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momentum. When orders are
flat, lack of demand is often re-
flected in declining diesel and
other fuel prices. When orders
exceed expectations, that im-
plies an increase for oil, diesel
and gasoline, and the prices of
these commodities generally
reflect any demand increases
very quickly."
"Investors can some-
times over-react to pieces
of positive or negative news
and oil markets are hyper-
sensitive to that," Laskoski
added. "Where gasoline prices
are concerned, we're seeing
the typical seasonal decline
that is customary heading into
October."
The national average price
of unleaded regular gasoline is
$2.50 per gallon, down 5 cents
in the past week. Florida's av-
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Supreme Court disciplines 27 attorneys


Special to the Press Gazette

The Florida Bar, the
state's guardian for the in-
tegrity of the legal profes-
sion, announces that the
Florida Supreme Court in
recent court orders disci-
plined 27 attorneys, disbarr-
ing 12, suspending eight and
placing five on probation.
Some attorneys received
more than one form of disci-
pline. Seven attorneys were
publicly reprimanded. One
was ordered to pay restitu-
tion.
As an official agency of
the Florida Supreme Court,
The Florida Bar and its De-
partment of Lawyer Regu-
lation are charged with
administering a statewide
disciplinary system to en-
force Supreme Court rules
of professional conduct for
the 86,000-plus lawyers ad-
mitted to practice law in
Florida. Since Aug. 1, -2007,
case files have been posted
to attorneys' individual Flor-
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bar.org.
The following lawyers
are disciplined (please note
that court orders are not fi-
nal until time expires to file
a rehearing motion and, if
filed, determined. The filing
of such a motion does not al-
ter the effective date of the
discipline):
Margaret Blot, 1990 NE
-163rd St., Suite 206, North
Miami Beach, public' rep-
rimanded and placed on
probat ion for two years,
effective immediately, fol-
lowing a July 2 court order.
(Admitted to practice: 2005)
A Florida Bar audit revealed
that Blot was not in techni-
cal compliance with rules
regulating trust accounts.
As a result, two checks
drawn on her trust account
in the summer of 2008 were
returned by a bank for in-
sufficient funds. (Case No.
SC09-972)
Jeffrey Scott Campos,
101 S. Fort Lauderdale
Beach Blvd., Apt. 1206, Fort
Lauderdale, suspended for
20 months, effective 30 days
from a July 23 court order.
(Admitted to practice: 2005)


Campos was the subject of
nine Bar complaints. He
set up a -law firm and was
also involved in operating a
law firm in which a partner
was a non-lawyer. He failed
to deposit client funds in a
trust account as promised;
his letterhead improperly
reflected an address for a
New York law office, and
after retaining thousands of
clients, he failed to commu-
nicate and diligently repre-
sent them-all violations of
Bar rules: (Case No. SC09-
1271)
Jason Andrew Cobb,
1073 Caswell Road, Defu-
niak Springs, suspended for
90 days effective September
19, following a Sept. 3 court
order. (Admitted to practice:
1998) Upon reinstatement,
C6bb was further placed on
probation for three years.
Cobb pleaded no contest to
possession of a controlled
substance with intent to
purchase, a, felony. He was
sentenced to five years pro-
bation, which included 11
months and 29 days in jail.
Cobb was also negligent in
the handling of a probate
case. (Case Nos. SC08-2135
and SC09-1408)
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following a July 2 court or-
der. (Admitted to practice:
1996) Costanzo was placed
on emergency suspension
in December 2008 for mis-
appropriating client funds
and abandoning his prac-
tice. After being served with
the Bar's complaint at his
address of record and by e-
mail, Costanzo failed to re-
spond. (Case No. SC09-14)
Brian Alan Coury, 2692
W Lake Mary Blvd., Suite
1010, Lake Mary, suspended
for 90 days, effective 30 days
from a July 16 court order.
(Admitted to practice: 1991)
Coury was negligent in pro-
viding competent service
as the appointed personal
representative for an estate.
(Case No. SC09-260)
Kenneth J. Dunn, 4500
N. Federal Highway, Apt. 107,
Pompano Beach, disbarred
for five years, effective ret-
roactive to April 17, 2006, fol-
lowing a July 16 court order.
(Admitted to practice: 1991)
Dunn was suspended by the
Bar in 2006. He violated the
terms of the suspension by
practicing law, posing as a
lawyer and opening trust
and operating accounts as if
he were an active attorney.
(Case No. SC09-138)
Justin Edward Gould,
5715 Will Clayton Parkway
#7878, Humble, Texas, dis-
barred effective 30 days


from a July 2 court order.
(Admitted to practice: 1996)
In at least 11 instances,
Gould accepted payment
from clients for representa-
tion, but failed to adequately
communicate and pro-
vide services. In one case,
Gould's negligence resulted
in the deportation of a client.
(Case No. SC09-452)
Kurt S. Harmon, 500 W
Cypress Creek Road, Suite
230, Fort Lauderdale, dis-
barred for five years, effec-
tive 30 days from an Aug.
13 court order. (Admitted
to practice: 1978) Harmon
abandoned his clients and
his law practice. He neglect-
ed to communicate with cli-
ents, he failed to returned
unearned legal fees to
them and he misappropri-
ated client funds. Harmon
also failed to respond to the
Bar's inquiries regarding
the complaints. (Case No.
SC08-2310)
Caswell Adington Hart,
PO. Box 546941, Surfside,
disbarred permanently, ef-
fective retroactive to July
14, 2008. following a July 23
court order. (Admitted to
practice: 1998) Hart is fur-
ther ordered to pay restitu-
tion in the amount of $7,500
to one party in a real estate
transaction; $17,500 to an-
other party in a different
real estate transaction and
$104,733.42 to an estate. Hart
misappropriated funds, he
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office and he provided false
information to the Bar. Hart
was suspended in 2008 for .
failing to respond to a griev-
ance committee subpoena.
(Case No. SC08-1383) '
Carl Roland Hayes, 308
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Jr. Blvd., Suite E, Tampa,
publicly reprimanded fol-
lowing a July 2 court order.
(Admitted to practice: 1992)
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attend ethics school. Hayes
failed to keep all trust ac-
count records as required
by Bar rules. (Case No.
SC09-645)
Guillermo Napoleon
Lopez, 759 NW 22nd Ave.,
Miami, suspended until fur-
ther order, following a July
28 court order. (Admitted to
practice: 2005) According to
the petition for emergency
suspension, Lopez appeared
to be causing great public
harm. Lopez facilitated the
misappropriation of trus t
funds by his sister, Maria
T Lopez, an attorney who
was placed on emergency
suspension in October 2008.
Additionally, Lopez was the
settlement agent for real
estate actions in which he
failed to disburse monies
as required. In at least one
instance, Lopez failed to re-
cord a deed and mortgage
for a transaction. (Case No.
SC09-1360)
Martin RalphMallinger,
980 N. Federal Highway,
Suite 302, Boca Raton, pub-
licly reprimanded follow-
ing a July 16 court order.
(Admitted to practice: 1982)
In the course of handling a
probate case in which he
was personalrepresentative
and a beneficiary, Mallinger
failed to probate and distrib-
ute funds belonging to the
other beneficiaries and in-
stead, deposited the monies
after the client's death into
a joint account he held with
the deceased. (Case No.
SC09-38)
Andrew William Meny-
hart, PO. Box 541739, Mer-
ritt Island, disbarred for five
years, effective immediate-
ly, following an Aug. 13 court
order. (Admitted to practice:
1992) Menyhart was placed
on emergency suspension
in March for misappropri-
ating funds from his trust
account. In one matter, a
$19,000 checkwritten on Me-
nyhart's trust account was
returned due to insufficient
funds. On another occasion,
Menyhart wrote a check to
a client as partial payment
of a settlement. That check
was also returned. An audit
by The Florida Bar found
that Menyhart altered bank
statements to show that he
was still holding funds for
a $100,000 estate, when in
fact, he was not. (Case No.
SC09-789)
Jerome David Mitch-
ell, 1326 S. Ridgewood Ave.,
Suite 8, Daytona Beach,
disbarred for 10 years effec-
tive immediately, following
a July 2 court order. (Admit-
ted to practice: 1994) From
about 2005 though Dec. 2007,
Mitchell was a title issuing
agent and closed numer-
ous loans on behalf of the
Attorneys' Title Insurance
Fund. In the course of con-
ducting those transactions,
Mitchell failed to remit ap-
proximately $25 million to
satisfy existing mortgages
and encumbrances. (Case
No. SC09-1058)
Lawrence Daniel Mon-
tekio, 1990 Main Street,
Suite 750, Sarasota, sus-
pended for one year, effec-
tive 30 days from a July 2
court order. (Admitted to
practice: 1990) Upon re-
instatement, Montekio is
further placed on probation
for two years. In at least
four cases between 2007
and 2008, Montekio was re-
tained by clients and failed
to perform legal services.
He neglected to communi-
cate with the clients and the
Bar and in one case, he mis-
represented the truth to a
client and a judge and failed
to respond to a subpoena.
(Case No. SC08-2015)
John Michael Moody II,
419 NE 23rd St., Wilton Man-


ors, disbarred for five years,
effective immediately, fol-
lowing a July 16 court order.
See plSCIPLINE B7l


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Local


Santa Rosa's Press Gazette I B7


Milton Garden Club announces


Community Pride Award winners


Written By Lois Scott
Special to the Press Gazette
This September, the
Milton Garden Club's
Community Pride
Award was presented
to recipients at The
Merlan home and The
Moors Golf and Rac-
quet Club both located
off of Avalon Blvd.
Arthur and Kathy
Merlan's home at 5708
Pebbleridge Drive was
nominated by a Gar-
den Club member who
enjoys the .pretty land-
scape as she drives
by. The Merlan's have
spectacular plantings
that catch the eye.
Bright pink Mandevilla
vines climb high by the
front door alongside a
cleverly clipped hedge
with golden leaves. Ma-
ture palms are in a cen-
tral island.


If you look carefully
you'll see a small sign
that says, "plants for
sale." That's an indica-
tion of Arthur Merlan's
special passion. Arthur
is an expert at growing
plants in containers. He
has a healthy vegetable
garden., in large black
pots. Not only vegeta-
bles, but all kinds of
other plants are grown
as well, all in contain-
ers. To name a view,
there are many colors
of Amaryllis, Sagos, Iris
and Gladiolas. His wife
Kathy calls him "Farm-
er Brown" because
Arthur likes growing
things so much. Kathy
says that her husband
works hard and garden-
ing relaxes him.
Arthur spent his first
ten years growing up
in the Philippines. His
grandpa who lived there


taught him many gar-
dening lessons. Arthur
also learned the basics
in a 4-H type group that
included compulsory
gardening classes. Ar-
thur Merlan's secret
to healthy plants? He
says, "pay attention."
Check each plant of-
ten to see how they are
growing.
The other Septem-
ber award went to the
glorious entrance of
The Moors Golf and
Racquet Club. The
Moors has consistently
kept up an outstanding
display of skillful land-
scaping, pleasing all of
us who drive from Mil-
ton to Pensacola and
Gulf Breeze.
The people to thank
form The Moors land-
scape committee: Becky
Majors, Donna Freed-
man, Sam Harper and


Debbie Jerrigan who
are friends as well as
neighbors. They work
together to make sure
the entrance is beauti-
ful.
The planting bed
contains purple Muhly
grass, white Vinca, pur-
ple fountain grass and
coleus. The Coleus has
been especially bright
and colorful. The Co-
leus is kept trimmed to
prevent it from becom-
ing "leggy" and to pro-
mote fullness.
The Milton Garden
Club thanks both these
properties for adding
beauty to our commu-
nity.
If you see a prop-
erty that you would like
to nominate, call the
Milton Garden Club at
626-2003 and leave the
address of the place,
which you admire.


- . , -. - . " . . -.


PHOTOS SPECIAL TO THE PRESS
GAZETTE


.' \ e


At top, Sam Harper,
Chase Molton, Becky
Majors, and Donna
Freedman gladly
accept the Business
September Award for
the Moors Golf and
Racquet Club. At
left, Jennifer Harvey,
Garden Club member,
presents the Residen-
tial September award
to the Merlans.


DISCIPLINE from page B6


(Admitted to practice: 2004)
In October 2008, Moody was
sentenced to four months in
a federal prison, followed by
two years of supervised re-
lease. He was charged with
intimidating and assaulting
flight attendants while an
aircraft was airborne. (Case
No. SC08-2248)
Julio Ricardo More, 115
W 49th St., Hialeah, publicly
reprimanded and placed on
probation for six months,
effective immediately, fol-
lowing a July 2 court order.
(Admitted to prac tice: 1989)
More disseminated a televi-
sion advertisement regard-
ing foreclosure defense
which aired numerous times
in 2008 on a Miami televi-
sion station. The ad was not
filed with the Bar's standing
committee on advertising,
it did not contain More's
name as the lawyer respon-
sible for the content and it
was misleading. (Case No.
SC09-969)
Michael A. Moulis, 1100
Lee Wagener Blvd., Suite
114, Fort Lauderdale, sus-
pended for 90 days, effective
30 days from a July 16 court
order. (Admitted to prac-
tice: 1999) Moulis is further
placed on probation for one
year, effective immediately.
On numerous occasions
between 2007 and 2008, the
Bar,was notified by a bank
that fees had been deducted
against insufficient funds on
Moulis' trust account. An
audit found trust account
shortages for each month
of the audit period. Moulis
used his trust account for
personal purposes as well
as for trust funds, he failed
to maintain the required
minimum trust account re-
cords and he was not in sub-
stantial compliance with the
minimum trust accounting
requirements. (Case Nos.
SC08-1814 and SC09-286)
Donald Joseph Murray,
2000 Towerside Terrace,
Apt. 1807, Miami, suspended
for three years, effective 30
days from a July 16 court
order. (Admitted to practice:
1969) Murray failed to prop-
erly supervise a suspended
attorney who subsequently
committed real estate fraud
while employed by Murray.
(Case No. SC09-111)
Charles Houston Rich-
ards Jr., 1874 Piedmont
Road, NE, Suite 595E, At-
lanta, Ga., disbarred' ef-
fective retroactive to Sept.


3, 2008, following a July 2
Court order. (Admitted to
practice: 1986) Richards
was disbarred from the
State Bar of Georgia in Sep-
tember 2008. Richards was
retained to represent two
clients in separate cases
and failed to provide ser-
vices. In one instance, he
was paid $8,000, but after
the first month, failed to
adequately communicate.
In another case, Richards
received funds for a client
in a worker's compensation
settlement. He deducted
more than the agreed upon
fee from the funds and failed
to allow the client to review
the disbursements made to
medical providers. (Case
No. SC08-2043)
R. Eric Rubio, 619 Stone
Drive, Brandon, publicly
reprimanded, following a
July 16 court order. (Admit-
ted to practice: 2001) Rubio
failed to provide competent
representation to clients in
both bankruptcy and fore-
closure proceedings. He ne-
glected to act with required
diligence and he neglected
to properly communicate.
Rubio also failed to appear
at a hearing on a motion for
sanctions related to his con-
duct and he did not advise
the court of his unavailabil-
ity. (Case No. SC09-218)
Marc Stuart Schiller,
7501 W Oakland Park Blvd.,
Suite 201, Fort Lauderdale,
publicly reprimanded fol-
lowing a July 1 court order.
(Admitted to practice: 1995)
Schiller failed to comply
with Florida Bar advertising
rules. Schiller committed
related advertising offenses
on two prior occasions and
was admonished in 2004 and
2006. (Case No. SC08-259)
David Michael Scott, 1815
Griffin Road, Suite 207,
Dania, disbarred effective
immediately, following a
July 2 court order. (Admit-
ted to practice: 1998) Scott
was hired by clients in two
separate cases and failed
to provide services. In one
instance, he received a re-
tainer of more than $5,000
but failed to communicate
with the client and eventu-
ally disappeared. A Bar au-
dit found that Scott misap-
propriated approximately
$18,150 in client trust funds.
He ignored Bar inquires
and failed to appear at re-
lated hearings. (Case No.
SC09-193)


Joel Lee Sherman, PO.
Box 10244, Tampa, sus-
pended for one year, effec-
tive 30 days from a. July 2
court order. (Admitted to
practice: 2003) In numer-
ous instances, Sherman ac-
cepted retainer fees, often
in the thousands of dollars,
but neglected to commu-
nicate with the clients and
failed to perform legal ser-
vices. Sherman refused to
respond to the several Bar
inquiries. (Case Nos. SC08-
1233 and SC08-2051)
Robert H. Springer,
2290 10th Ave., Suite 406,


Lake Worth, publicly rep-
rimanded following a July
2 tourt order. (Admitted to
practice: 1973) After repre-
senting a client in a matter,
Springer improperly rep-
resented another person in
the same matter in which
that person's interests were
adverse to the interests of
the former client. (Case No.
SC09-971)
William Francis Sul-
livan IV, P.O. Box 430730,
South Miami, disbarred
effective immediately, fol-
lowing a July 2 court order.
(Admitted to practice: 1965)


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practice, Sullivan received
client funds and failed to
preserve and apply them as
required by Bar rules regu-
lating trust accounts. (Case
No. SC09-1062)
Jerrold Keith Wingate,
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Africa, disbarred effective
30 days from a July 2 court
order. (Admitted to practice:
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handled, numerous lawsuits
for plaintiffs against a cruise
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year-and-a-half ending in
September 2007, paralegals
employed and supervised
by Wingate paid cash to an
informant from the cruise
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IN THE CIRCUIT
COURT OF THE 1ST
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN
AND FOR SANTA
ROSA COUNTY,
FLORIDA
CIVIL DIVISION
CASE NO.: 57-2009-
CA-000048
JPMORGAN CHASE
BANK,NA,
Plaintiff,
vs.
FLOYp R. STEPP;
JPMORGAN' CHASE
BANK, NA; ANGELA M.
BROCK; FREDERICK
W. BROCK; JUANITA
STEPP; UNKNOWN
TENANT (S); IN POS-
SESSION OF THE
SUBJECT PROPERTY,
Defendants.
RE-NOTICE OF FORE-


CLOSURE SAL
NOTICE IS t
GIVEN pursue
Order Resettin
closure Sale
dated the 14
September, 20
entered in CE
57-2009-CA-00
the Circuit Cou
1ST Judicial C
and for Sant
County;
wherein JPM
CHASE BANK
the Plaintiff and
R. STEPP; JPtI
CHASE BANK,
GELA M.
FREDERICK
BROCK;
STEP; UN
TENANT (S);
DOE; JANE I
UNKNOWN
(S) IN POSS
F THE S
PROPERTY are
ants. I will se
highest and b
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LE NORTH FRONT STEPS Westerly right of way
OF COURTHOUSE at of Yucatan Street (50
HEREBY the Santa Rosa County foot right of way);
nt to an Courthouse in Milton, thence go South 00
ig Fore- Florida, at 11:00 a.m. deg 08 min 05 sec
S Date on the 20 day of Octo- East along said West-
day of ber, 2009, the following early right of way a dis-
>09, and described property as tance of 107.51 feet;
ase No. set forth in said Final thence departing said
0048, of Judgment, to wit: Westerly right of way
irt of the go North 88 deg 21
Circuit in SEE ATTACHED EX- min 36 sec West a
ta Rosa HIBIT "A" distance of 415.00
Florida, . feet to the West line of
VIORGAN EXHIBIT "A" said Section 16;
, NA is thence go North 00
d FLOYD Commence at the deg 08 min 05 sec
MORGAN Northwest corner of West, along said West
NA; AN- Section 15, Township line a distance of
BROCK; 2 North, Range 28 107.51 feet to the
W. West, Santa Rosa Point of Beginning.
JUANITA County, Florida; Being the North half
1KNOWN thence go South 00 of Lot 16, Block. A, of
JOHN deg 08 min 05 sec an unrecorded subdi-
DOE AS East along the West vision known as
TENANT line of said Section 16 Royal Poncianna, the
SESSION a distance of 1,530.06 above described par-
'UBJECT feet to the point of be- cel of land is, situated
Sdefend- ginning; thence go in Section 16, Town-
II to the South 88 deg 21 min ship 2 North, Range
iest bid- 36 sec East a distance 28 West, Santa Rosa
at the of 415.00 feet to the County, Florida and
contains 1.02 acres
more or less.
ANY PERSON CLAIM-
R A B A T ING AN INTEREST IN
THE SURPLUS FROM
THE SALE, IF ANY,
S A L U L A OTHER THAN THE
PROPERTY OWNER
AS OF THE DATE OF
S I T A R THE LIS PENDENS
MUST FILE A CLAIM
E H E S- T WITHIN 60 DAYS AF-
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1. Restaurant bills
5. Stroke
11. Steel body Pok6mon
12. Ventilation shaft ,
14. Shares a reign
16. Sir Newton
18. Japanese gocks
19. A jaunty tune
21. A measure of music
23. A citizen of Nairobi
25. Eu_ - monetary unit
26. Wearily
27. Begin
29. An ice hockey fake
30. Garret




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1. Game with Tic & Toe
2 T - fortuneteller cards
3. French Polynesian island X2
4. Rebuff
5. Salad made with a raw egg
6. What we breathe
7. Railroad
8. t - review and correct
9. Wild boar genus'
10. Rockface climber
13. Ob - got possession of
15. Women's movement
17. Bonnie and ___. criminals
20. Speak
22. Unsound from decay
23. Dishwashing area
24. Bill, The Science Guy
26. Type of knit fabric


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35. Aquatic bloodsucker
36. Player at Ist, 2nd or 3rd
38. Opponent - f__
39. Covered in folds of cloth
40. Explosive
42. Narrow incision
43. Greek prophetess
47. Alfred Thayer _, US naval
historian
50. Bichrome
52. Biblical son of David
54. 1930's design style
55. Expose while ridiculing
56. Utter sounds






28. Consumed
31. Million barrels per day
(abbr.)
32. Paddles
33. Biblical song
34. Reddish browns
37. Manner of procedure
41. Habitual facial twitch
44. Indicate by signs
45. Big bang theory original
matter
46. Venues
48. Brew
49. Hill in San Francisco
50. Good (Gaelic)
51. Decay
53. The 12th Greek letter


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6865 Caroline Street
Milton, FL 32570,
850-983-1012 within 2
-working days of this re-
ceipt of this document.
If you are hearing or
Voice impaired call
1-800-955-8771.
Dated this 15 day of
September, 2009.
MARY M. JOHNSON
Clerk Of The Circuit
fn rt


i 11.04. I
STREET (50'R/W);
THENCE RUN SOUTH
00 DEGREES 00 MIN-
UTES 40 SECONDS
WEST ALONG SAID
EAST RIGHT OF WAY
A DISTANCE OF 95.00
FEET; THENCE DE-
PART SAID EAST
RIGHT OF WAY
SOUTH 89 DEGREES
59 MINUTES 21 SEC-
ONDS EAST A DIS-
TANCE OF 190.00
FEET; THENCE RUN
NORTH 00 DEGREES
00 MINUTES 40 SEC-
ONDS EAST A DIS-
TANCE OF 95.00 TO
AN INTERSECTION
WITH THE SOUTH
RIGHT OF WAY OF
SAN JUAN STREET
(50'R/W); THENCE
RUN NORTH 89 DE-
GREES 59 MINUTES
21 SECONDS WEST
ALONG THE SAID
RIGHT OF WAY A DIS-
TANCE OF 190.00
FEET TO THE POINT
OF BEGINNING, THE
ABOVE DESCRIBED
PARCEL OF LAND IS
SITUATED IN SEC-
TION 4, TOWNSHIP 1
SOUTH, RANGE 29
WEST, SANTA ROSA
COUNTY, FLORIDA.
Any person claiming an
interest in the surplus
from the sale, if any.
other than the property
owner as of the date of
the lis pendens. must
file a claim within 60
days after the sale.
Dated this 16 day of
September, 2009.
MARY M. JOHNSON
Clerk of the Circuit
Court
CIRCUIT COURT SEAL
By: J. Watkins
Deputy Clerk
THE LAW OFFICES OF
DAVID J. STERN, PA.,
ATTORNEY FOR
PLAINTIFF
900 'South Pine Island
Road Suite 400
Plantation, FL
33324-3920
(954)233-8000
08-83684 (FM)(NCM)
IN ACCORDANCE
WITH THE AMERI-
CANS WITH DISABILI-
TIES ACT, persons with
disabilities needing a
special accommoda-
tion should contact
COURT ADMINISTRA-
TION, at the SANTA
ROSA County Cburt-
house at 850-983-1987,
1-800-955-8771 (TDD)
or 1-800-955-8770, via
Florida Relay Service.
092309 *
093009
9/1191

Legal 9/1192


9/1192 -

Legal 9/1193
IN THE CIRCUIT
COURT OF THE 1ST
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN
AND FOR SANTA
ROSA COUNTY,
FLORIDA
GENERAL JURISDIC-
TION DIVISION
CASE NO: 57-2008-
CA-000949
THE BANK OF NEW
YORK, AS SUCCES-
SOR IN INTEREST TO
JP MORGAN CHASE
BANK, N.A. AS TRUS-
TEE FOR IXIS
2005-HE2
PLAINTIFF
VS.
GAR SUNDSTROM;
FRANCES SUND-
STROM; ANY AND ALL
UNKNOWN PARTIES
CLAIMING BY,
THROUGH, UNDER,
AND AGAINST THE
HEREIN NAMED INDI-
VIDUAL DEFEND-
ANT(S) WHO ARE NOT
KNOWN TO BE DEAD
OR ALIVE , WHETHER
SAID UNKNOWN PAR-
TIES MAY CLAIM AN
INTEREST AS
SPOUSES, HEIRS, DE-
VISEES, GRANTEES
OR OTHER CLAIM-
ANTS; NEW CENTURY
MORTGAGE CORPO-
RATION; JOHN DOE
AND JANE DOE AS
UNKNOWN TENANTS
IN POSSESSION.
DEFENDANTS)


Any person claiming an
interest in the surplus
from the sale, if any,
other than the property
owner as of the date of
the lis pendens. must
file a claim within 60
days after the sale.
Dated this 16 day of
September, 2009.
MARY M. JOHNSON
Clerk of the Circuit
Court
CIRCUIT COURT SEAL
By: J. Watkins
Deputy Clerk
THE LAW OFFICES OF
DAVID J.. STERN, P.A.,
ATTORNEY FOR
PLAINTIFF..
900 South Pine Island
Road Suite 400
Plantation, FL
33324-3920
(954)233-8000
07-02636 CWF
IN ACCORDANCE
WITH THE AMERI-
CANS WITH DISABILI-
TIES ACT, persons. with
disabilities needing a
special ' accommoda-
tion should contact
COURT ADMINISTRA-
TION, at the SANTA
ROSA County Court-
house at 850-983-1987,
1-800-955-8771 (TDD)
or 1-800-955-8770, via
Florida Relay Service.
092309
093009
9/1193


Attorney for Personal
Representative:P.
/s/Steven E. Quinnell
STEVEN E. QUINNELL
Attorney
Florida Bar No. 586595
Chase, Quinnell &
Jackson, PA.
101 E. Government St.
Pensacola,' Florida
32502
Telephone: (850)
434-3601
Personal Representa-
tive:
'Tammy L. Brown
1011 Coronado Dr.
Gulf Breeze, FL 32563
092309
093009
9/1194


Legal 9/1196
IN THE CIRCUIT
COURT OF THE 1ST
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN
AND FOR SANTA
ROSA COUNTY,
FLORIDA
CIVIL DIVISION
CASE NO.: 57-2008-
CA-001483
JPMORGAN CHASE
BANK, N.A.,
Plaintiff,
vs.
CHRISTOPHER ' M.
ROBINSON; UN-
KNOWN TENANT (S);
IN POSSESSION OF
THE SUBJECT PROP-
ERTY,
Defendants.
NOTICE OF FORE-


CIRCUIT COURT SEAL IN THE CIRCUIT NOTICE OF FORE-
By: J. Watkins COURT OF THE CLOSURE SALE Legal 9/1194 NOTICE IS HEREBY
Deputy Clerk FIRST JUDICIAL CIR-
CUlT OF FLORIDA, IN NOTICE IS HEREBY IN GTH E CIRCUIT Final Judgmersuant ofa
092309 AND FOR SANTA GIVEN pursuant to a COURT FOR SANTA Foreclosure dated the
093009 ROSA COUNTY Summary Final Judg- ROSA " COUNTY, 16th day of September,
9/1190 CIVIL DIVISION meant of Foreclosure FLORIDA 2009, and entered in
Case No. 57-2008-CA- dated September 16, PROBATE DIVISION Case No. 57-2008-CA-
001461 2009 entered in Civil File No. 57-2009-CP- 001483, of the Circuit
Division A Case No. 57-2008-CA- 261 Court of the 1ST Judi-
Legal 9/1191 000949 of the Circuit 261Divisi Court of the 1ST Judi-
THE BANK OF NEW Court of the 1ST Judi- Division cial Circuit in and for
IN THE CIRCUIT YORK .AS TRUSTEE cial Circuit in and for IN RE: ESTATE OF Florida, wherein
COURT OF THE 1ST FOR THE CERTIFI- SANTA ROSA County, FlorGa. where
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN CATE HOLDERS Milton, Florida, I will KENNEJPMORGAN CHASTH RANDALL BANK, N.A. is the Plain-
AND FOR SANTA CWALT, INC. ALTER- sell to the highest and BROWN tiff and CHRISTOPHER
ROSA COUNTY, NATIVE LOAN TRUST best bidder for cash at Deceased. M. ROBINSON; UN-
FLORIDA 2006-OC6 MORTGAGE the NORTH FRONTeceased. M. ROBINSON; UN-
GENERAL JURISDIC- PASS-THROUGH CER- STEPS of the Court- KNOWNOTICE TO CREDI- JOHN DOE; JNANT (S)E DOE
TION DIVISION TIFICATES, SERIES house at the SANTA NOTICE T CRED JOH AS UNKNOWN TEN-
,CASE NO: 2008-CA-00 2006-OC6 . ROSA County Court- 19R ANT () IN POSSES-
1211 Plaintiff, house located at 6865 The administration of SION OF THE SUB-
vs. Caroline Street inM11- the estate of Kenneth JECT PROPERTY are
NATIONAL CITY ton, Florida, at 11:00 Randall . Brown, de- defendants. I will sell to
MORTGAGE CO. WILLIEN JAMESD. JONES,N aNovember, on 2009the 3rd day of ceased, whose date of the highest and best
PLAINTIFF NINA D. JONES, November, 2009 the death was May 23, bidder for cash at the
VS. - MORTGAGE ELEC- following described 2009 spending in the NORTH FRONT STEPS
TRONIC REGISTRA- property as set forth in Circuit Court for Santa OF COURTHOUSE at
RANDALL D. WINGE; TION SYSTEMS, INC., said. Summary Final Rosa County, Florida, the Santa Rosa County
CHRISTY E. WINGE; AND UNKNOWN TEN- Judgment, to-wit: Probate Division, the C ourthouse in Milton,
ANY AND ALL UN- ANTS/OWNERS, robate Division, the ourthouse in Milton,
KNOWN PARTIES Defendants. ' COMMENCE AT THE address of which is Florida, at 11:00 a.m.
CLAIMING BY Defendants, SOUTHWEST CORMary Johnson, Attn: on the 9th day of No-
CLAIMINTHROUGH, UNDEBYR, NOTICE F SAL NER OF SECTIONR- 36Probate, P.O. Box 472, member, 2009, the fol-
AND AGAINST THE TOWNSHIP 2 NORTH, Milton, Florida 32572. lowing described prop-
HEREIN. NAMED INDI- Notice is hereby given, RANGE 28 WEST, The names and ad- erty as set forth in said
VIDUAL DEFEND- pursuant to Final Judg- SANTA ROSA dress of the personal Final Judgment, to wit:
ANT(S) WHO ARE NOT ment for Plaintiff en- COUNTY, FLORIDA; repre sentative and the
KNOWN TO BE DEAD tered in this cause on THENCE GO SOUTH native's attornal repy reset - SEE AXHIBIT ACHED
OR ALIVE , WHETHER September 16, 2009, in 89 DEGREES 45 MIN- for attorne y are set "EXHIBIT A"
SAID UNKNOWN PAR- the Circuit Court of UTES 16 SECONDS
TIES MAY CLAIM AN Santa Rosa County, EAST ALONG THE All creditors of the de EXHIBIT "A
INTEREST AS Florida, I will sell the SOUTH LINE OF SAID credent and other per- Commence at the
SPOUSES, HEIRS, DE- property situated in SECTION A DIS- cedenhaving claims or Commence at there
VISEES, GRANTEES Santa Rosa County, TANCE OF 1250.00 sons havindsg claims or Northwest 1/4corner of
OR OTHER. CLAIM- Florida described as: FEET TO THE EAST- decedent's estate on Section 26, Townshipt 1/4
ANTS; TERRY COVE ERLY RIGHT OF WAY whom a copy of this I North , Range 29
HOMEOWNERS ASSO- COMMENCE AT THE LINE OF ST. JAMES notmac is re ito t, Range 29
CIATION, INC.; MORT- NORTHEAST CORNER STREET (50 FOOT te required to be West, Santa Rosa
GAGE ELECTRONIC OF SECTION 36, R/W); THENCE GO served must file their
REGISTRATION SYS- TOWNSHIP 2 NORTH, NORTH 00 DEGREES
TEMS, INC.; JOHN RANGE 30' WEST, 14 MINUTES 44 SEC-
DOE AND JANE DOE SANTA ROSA ONDS EAST A DIS- I�7M;-t1J;;,'lia
AS UNKNOWN TEN- COUNTY, FLORIDA; TANCE OF 649.59
ANTS IN POSSES- THENCE GO NORTH FEET TO THE SOUTH- Divorce 149, Wills'30
SION. 89 DEGREES 00 MIN- ERLY RIGHT OF WAY Name Change 49 Centipede-
DEFENDANT(S) UTES 00 SECONDS LINE OF LAKESIDE FREE Typing Call for St. Augustine
WEST ALONG THE DRIVE (50 FOOT R/W) -irect
NOTICE OF FORE- -NORTH LINE OF SAID AND A POINT OF IN- Worksheet (850)434-7524 Far Diret
CLOSURE SECTION 36 A DIS- TERSECTION WITH A 1850N."W"St. e Deliver
TANCE OF 320.01 CURVE HAVING A RA- ( blk N of Flea are 434-0066
NOTICE IS HEREBY FEET TO THE NORTH- DIUS OF 542.06 FEET;;
GIVEN pursuant to a ERLY EXTENSION OF THENCE GO NORTH-
Summary Final Judg- THE WESTERLY EASTERLY ALONG
ment of Foreclosure RIGHT OF WAY LINE SAID CURVE AN ARC
dated September 16, OF TWIN CREEK CIR- DISTANCE OF 132.82
2009 entered in Civil CLE (50' R/W); FEET (CHORD =
Case No. 2008-CA-00 THENCE GO SOUTH 132.49 FEET, CHORD - ' T?
1211 of the Circuit 01 DEGREES 00 MIN- BEARING = NORTH ' ,
Court of the 1ST Judi- UTES 00 SECONDS 43 DEGREES 28 MIN- r ".1--
cial Circuit in and for EAST .ALONG SAID UTES 11 SECONDS
SANTA ROSA County, RIGHT OF WAY LINE A EAST); THENCE GO
MILTON, Florida, I will DISTANCE OF 110.00 NORTH 36 DEGREES
sell to -the highest and FEET TO THE POINT 27 MINUTES 00 SEC-
best bidder for cash at OF BEGINNING; ONDS EAST A DIS- Dependable Stewart's Tractor
the NORTHFRONT THENCE CONTINUE TANCE OF 100.00 Housekeeper Works & Land
STEPS OF THE SOUTH 01 DEGREES FEET TO THE POINT Over 15 years of Clearing, Inc.
COURTHOUSE at the 00 MINUTES 00 SEC- OF CURVATURE OF A experience! References Tree & Stump Removal
SANTA ROSA County ONDS EAST ALONG CURVE HAVING A RA- available. 994-6236 from takedown to trim-
Courthouse located at SAID RIGHT OF WAY DIUS OF 476.72 FEET; ming. Debris removal
6865 CAROLINE LINE A DISTANCE OF THENCE GO ALONG & Storm Clean-Up.
STREET in MILTON, 175.00 FEET; THENCE SAID CURVE TO THE Dirt Work. Demolition &
Florida, at 11:00 a.m. DEPARTING SAID RIGHT AN ARC DIS- Hauling. Land Clearing.
on the 9 day of Novem- RIGHT OF WAY LINE TANCE OF 178.80 Backhoe & Trackhoe
ber, 2009 the following GO NORTH 89 DE- FEET (CHORD = JEN'S DO IT ALL Work. All tree work
described property as GREES 00 MINUTES 177.75 FEET; CHORD SERVICE done by man lift.
set forth in said Sum- 00 SECONDS WEST A BEARING = NORTH We specialize in all Not climbing.
mary Final Judgment,. DISTANCE OF 250.00 47 DEGREES 12 MIN- your lawn care needs. 516-1801 or 675-4291
to-wit: * FEET; THENCE GO UTES 00 SECONDS *House Painting Licensed & Insured
NORTH 01 DEGREES *Light Maintenance Free Estimates
ALL OF PARCEL 7 00 MINUTES 00 SEC- * Hauling Off PAUL STEWART
AND THE NORTH ONDS WEST A DIS- Unwanted Items
ONE-HALF OF PAR- TANCE OF 175.00 (850) 791-0861
CEL 8 OF AN UNRE- FEET; THENCE GO
CORDED SUBDIVI- SOUTH 89 DEGREES
SION KNOWN AS 00 MINUTES 00 SEC- Do Something Good
TERRY COVE, PRE- ONDS EAST A For Tomorrow BASIC
PARED BY KENNETH DISTANCE OF 250.00 We Deliver & Install MAINTENANCE WORK
J. MONIE ON 8/12/96, FEET TO THE POINT - RECYCLE Painting, Pressure
BEING MORE PAR- OF BEGINNING. THE Centipede 1ta I R Y L1 Washing, Popcorn
TICULARLY DE- ABOVE DESCRIBED St. Augustine Removal & Texture,
SCRIBED AS FOL- PARCEL OF LAND IS A Bermuda TODAY! Carpentry Work,
LOWS: PORTION OF SEC- * Wallpaper & Removal.
BEGIN AT THE IN- TION 36, TOWNSHIP 2 Baled Pine Straw (850) 983-1060
TERSECTION OF THE NORTH, RANGE 30 1------
EAST RIGHT OF WAY WEST, SANTA ROSA Call us first Save Time
LINE OF TERRY COUNTY, FLORIDA, Call us last, Save Money I Will haul any light
COVE DRIVE (60'R/W) AND CONTAINS 1.004 Hwy. 87 S * Miton ECYCLE! weight material. Gar-
AND THE SOUTH ACRES, MORE OR So.Milton age and household de-
RIGHT OF WAY LINE LESS, AND IS BEING 826-8578 bris. Shed and garage
OF SAN JUAN LOT 7. BLOCK "B" OF L demolition. Call (850)
957-4301


SE C TI R E SNA G A


1104. . 1104 I . 1104A. .
AN UNRECORDED EAST) TO THE POINT claims with this court
SUBDIVISION KNOWN OF CURVATURE OF A WITHIN THE LATER
AS TWIN CREEK CURVE HAVING A RA- OF 3 MONTHS AFTER
SUBDIVISION. DIUS OF 1193.01 THE TIME OF THE
FEET; THENCE GO FIRST PUBLICATION
and commonly known ALONG SAID CURVE OF THIS NOTICE OR
as: 5561 TWIN CREEK TO THE LEFT AN ARC 30 DAYS AFTER THE
CIRCLE, PACE, FL DISTANCE OF 98.41 DATE OF SERVICE OF
32571; including the FEET (CHORD = .A COPY OF THIS NO-
building, appurte- 98.38 FEET; CHORD TICE ON THEM.
nances, and fixtures lo- BEARING = NORTH
cated therein, at public 57 DEGREES 47 MIN- All other creditors of
sale, to the highest and UTES 36 SECONDS the decedent and other
best bidder, for cash, EAST) TO THE POINT persons having claims
Sales are held on the OF BEGINNING; or demands against
front steps of the THENCE CONTINUE decedent's estate must
Santa Rosa County ALONG SAME CURVE file their claims with this
Courthouse, on No- AN ARC DISTANCE court WITHIN 3
vember 9, 2009 at 11 OF 111.34 FEET MONTHS AFTER THE
am. (CHORD = 111.30 DATE OF THE FIRST
FEET; CHORD BEAR- PUBLICATION OF
Any persons claiming ING = NORTH 52 DE- THIS NOTICE.
an interest in the sur- GREES 45 MINUTES
plus from the sale, if 24 SECONDS EAST); ALL CLAIMS NOT SO
any, other than the THENCE GO SOUTH FILED WILL BE FOR-
property owner as of 35 DEGREES 13 MIN- EVER BARRED.
the date of the lis pend- UTES 00 SECONDS
ens must file a claim EAST A DISTANCE OF NOTWITHSTANDING
within 60 days after the 130.80 FEET; THENCE THE TIME PERIOD
sale. GO SOUTH 48 DE- SET FORTH ABOVE,
AGREES 19 MINUTES ANY CLAIM FILED
Dated this 16 day of 58 SECONDS WEST A TWO (2) YEARS. OR
September, 2009. DISTANCE OF 111.92 MORE AFTER THE
FEET; THENCE GO DECEDENT'S DATE OF
CIRCUIT COURT SEAL NORTH 35 DEGREES DEATH IS BARRED.
By: J.Watkins 13 MINUTES 00 SEC-
Deputy Clerk ONDS WEST A DIS- The date of first publi-
TANCE OF 139.44 cation of this notice is
092309 FEET TO THE POINT September 23, 2009.
093009 OF BEGINNING.


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Classifieds


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County, Florida;
thence South 89 de- PACE SELF
grees 14 minutes 00 STORAGE
seconds East along AUCTION
the North line thereof 4964 Highway 90, Suite
1345.00 feet to the A, Pace, FL 32571.
Easterly right of way Unit#11-Douglas;
line of Highland Unit#26-Whiting;
Boulevard (50.00 foot Unit#27-Paige;
R/W); thence South 01 Unit#32-Mathis;
degrees 36 minutes Unit#57-LeBurn.
00 seconds West Oct. 14, 2009 (Wed.)
along said Easterly at 9:00 a.m. sharp.
right of way line
990.91 feet to the VIRGINIA MOUNTAIN
Northerly rightof way LANDAuction, 15 Acre-
line of Overlook Cir- L Tracts Abso-
cle (50.00 foot R/W); age . Tracts, Abso-
thence South 89 de- lute/Reserve Lots, Cove
thence South 89 de- Cureesek rveComsunity,
agrees 19 minutes 00 Creek Community,
agrees 19tmin g Tazewell County, VA,
seconds East along October 17, 2009. Iron
said Northerly right of Horse Au17 cton
way line and an exten-V A A L 5H8 c
slon thereof 1113.59 (800)997-2248.
feet to the point of be- www ironhorseauction.c
ginning; thence North wwwironhorseauction.c
01 degree 26 minutes om
30 seconds East 53.64 com
feet; thence North 89
degrees 41 minutes _ .
30 seconds East
138.50 feet to the
Westerly right of way 31SO_
line of Pace Lane (50
foot R/W); thence METAL ROOFING TAX
South 01 degree 26 CREDIT! 40 yr War-
minutes 30 seconds ranty. Direct from man-
West along said West- ufacturer. 30 colors in
early right of way line stock Quick turna-
115.0 feet to the round. Delivery availa-
Northerly right of way ble. Gulf Coast Supply
line of a drainage & Manufacturing,
easement (30 foot (888)393-0335
R/W); thence North 89 www.gulfcoastsupply.
degrees 19 minutes corn
00 seconds West ------
along said Northerly
right of way line
138.50 feet; thence
North 01 degree 26 | 322
minutes 30 seconds
East 59.01 feet to the 2 pc Leather Sofa &
point of beginning. love Seat new in crates,
Full warr. Retail $1899,
ANY PERSON CLAIM- sacrifice $785. Can
ING AN INTEREST IN separate. 850 471-0330
THE SURPLUS FROM -
THE SALE, IF ANY,
OTHER THAN THE Brand Name Mattress,
PROPERTY OWNER Queen Pillowtop w/
AS OF THE DATE OF foundation. New. $185
THE LIS PENDENS Mfr warr. 850 471-0330
MUST FILE A CLAIM ______
WITHIN 60 DAYS AF- Brand New Ki
TER THESALE. Pillowtop Mattress &
If you are a person with Box In plastic, $240.
a Disabilities who need Deliv Avail
any accommodation in 850-255-3050
order to participate in
this proceeding you are Full size Mattress Set,
entitled at no cost to in mfr. plastic. Includes
you to the provisions of box and warranty. Only
certain assistant please $130. 850-471-0330
contact Susan Land at ______
6865 Caroline Street
Milton, FL 32570, ' .
850-983-1012 within 2
working days of this re-
ceipt of this document. 3230
If you are hearing or
Voice impaired call 59. 26Happy Hollow
1-800-955-8771. Dr. Fri & Sat 7am Cast
Iron, Avon old farm
Dated this 16th of Sep- items, good glassware,
tember, 2009. collectibles, dishes, etc
623-6196
Mary M. Johnson
Clerk Of The Circuit 10/3 - 7am -5652 Ridge
Court Ave. - off Avalon, Lots
CIRCUIT COURT SEAL of Antiques, Collectible,
By: Brandy Norris Kids, Household. Bar-
Deputy Clerk gain Prices
092309
093009 HUGE YARD SALE
9/1196 Sat., Oct. 3
7744 Rube Pace Road
E. Milton
Lots of everything!
I 1120 I
Advertise in Over 100 Milton Moving
Papers! One Call- One Sale 5276 Hawks Nest
Order - One Payment Dr. Sat. 10/3, 7-1.
The Advertising Net- Clothes, entertainment
works of Florida '- Put ctr., etc.
Us to work for You!
(866)742-1373 www.
n a t i o n a I - Milton Oct. 2 &
classifieds.comrn, info@ 3 720 N before
n a t I 0 n a I -7. Sofa & Chair, (8)
lassifeds.on -straight chairs, (4) cov-
FREE PRESCRIP- ered, king size modern
TIONS FROM DRUG bed frame, light wood
MANUFACTURERS! padded. 27", 32" & 14"
You or a loved one TV's, wingback chair,
may be eligible for as- several pair of nearly
distance. EVERYBODY new ladies shoes,
eligible for FREE re- exercycle & misc. 5520
view, even if insured. Marsha Dr.
PATIENT ADVOCATE
(800)538-9849
GatorNation "2009 Ga- One huge yard
tor Chomp Dance sale. Everything must
Video Contest"! Best go. Everyone welcome.
choreographed rou- Fri and Sat 8-1. Truluck
tines will be chosen for Ave. @ Tanglewood
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For complete details ___
v i s i t
www.dothegatorchomp
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17Pace
Found Spitz on Avalon Stonebrook
Blvd. Please call to ID Village Annual,
Work #623-2564 Yard Sale
Woodbine South of 5
/ Points
T Saturday, October 3
8 am to 12 Noon
Lots of items for sale
- Over 60 Homes par-
ticipating in the this
� � once a year event
PETS & ANIMALS
2100-Pets ,Rummage Sale
2110 - Pets: Free to Sat. 8-2 Santa Rosa
2120 - Pet Supplies oge dg.on co
2130- Farm Animals/ 5158 Pike St. & Hwy.
Supplies 90 Multi Family and
2140-PetsLivestock clean out the attic.
Wanted 623-8633
2150 - Pet Memorials _______________
2 - | SALE TO BENEFIT
B PREGNANCY
RESOURCE CENTER
I , 2110 Sat., Oct. 3rd
FREE KITTENS 2 play- 7am until 12
ful Kittens, needing a Corner of Cardinal
loving home. 623-8672 Street'& Orleans Street


BE

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


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Lots of good stuff.

Yard Sale Oct 2 & 3
5379 Ticondiroga Rd
off Park Behind Winn
Dixie Near St Rosa
Lima Cancel if Rain



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All Shrubs
& Tree

sgaCrepe.
Myrtlese

Japanese Mapes
10% off!
3851 Avalon Blvd.
623-8109 W


3230
YARD SALE
Thurs. (10/1), Fri. (10/2)
and Sat. (10/3)
5314 Morgan Ridge Dr.
Household items,
bikes, train table &
accessories, misc.



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6100 - Business/
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6110 - Apartments
6120 - Beach Rentals
6130 - CondoTownhouse
6140 House Rentals
6150 - Roommate Wanted
6160 - Rooms for Rent
6170 -Mobile Home/Lot
6180- Out-of-Town Rentals
6180- Timeshare Rentals
6200 - Vacation Rentals



Milton Offices
Two months free rent
with lease. Two loca-
tions to choose from.
698-5951



1 Bd unfurn apt. Great
for seniors. $375mo.+
dep. 2bd house in
Pace, Fl as well. Call
623-8875 (if no answer,
please call 983-3471).
Duplex - $445 month,
$445. sec. dep.
(garbage & water incl.
in rent) 626-8959 or
377-6787
HUD HOMES! 4bdr
3ba $217/mo! 3 bdrm
only $199/mo! Stop
Renting! 5% dw, 15 yrs
@ 8% apr For Listings
(800)366-9783 ext 5669
MILTON
$599 Move In
Special Off
Highway 90
*Efficiency
*1 Bedroom,1 Bath
furnished or unfurn
*2 Bedroom, 1 Bath
unfurnished
Includes: Deposit,
credit check & 1st
month's rent. No
dogs, Inground
Swimming pool,
laundry room, plus
walking distance to
amenities. Emerald
Sands. 712-9968

Milton
$799 Move In
Special
Avalon Blvd
2br, lba Duplex, Ca-
thedral ceilings, W/D
room, dish washer In-
cludes: Deposit,
credit check & 1st
month's rent. No
dogs. Emerald
Sands. 712-9968

Milton
$799 Move In
Special
Off of Avalon-
Blvd
2br, 2ba, W/D hkup,
dishwasher, balcony
Includes: Deposit,
credit check & 1st
month's rent. No
dogs. Emerald
Sands. 712-9968
Milton
2/1 duplex. Stove,
fridge, Idry. rm, fenced
yard. Non-smoking en-
vironment. All c/t floor-
ing. $545. 626-2928



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5100 - Business ' j b
Opportunities NO Jb
5110 - Money to Lend to Small


1 5100 Cal/
ALL CASH VENDING 516-4674
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chines and Candy
$9,995. (Q88)629-9968 pease leave
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623-4127 partly furn. No Pets. $129,900) Once- in- a- 983-4851 or 449-6101
6650 Avenida De $350 month/$300 dep. 3/2, Large lot (approx. lifetime opportunity to
Galvez. Robedel Est 675-6614 1 acre) Hickory Ham- own big acreage lake
Navarre, 3/2 $1,095. Jay / Milton / Pace mock. Paved drive, de- property w/ free boat
Near Water. (850) Rentals 2 & 3 bed- tached garage. It's a slips on private recrea- Acura Integra 98 $500!
439-3007 (850) rooms. $400-$650 per steal at $78,000. (850) tional lake in Tenn. Honda Civic00 $800!
777-8214 month. Section 8 / Hud 293-7983 or (850) Completed roads, utili- Nissan Altima'99 $500!
accepted. 994-5703 501-4239 ties, more. Excellent fi- corolla 02
3/1 w/ carport on 1 nancing. Call now Toyota Corolla 02
area. $550 month, $300 Milton (Bruce Lane) g (888)792-5253, x3243 $1000! Policeinm-
dep. E-mail address is: Includes water, gar- 6Br 4Ba. Foreclosure! www.indianlaketn.com pounds! For listings
darketheri@gmail.com bage and lawn service. $29,900! Only 9275
or write PO. Box 4094, 2/2 for $450 month. $225/Mo! 5% down 30
Milton, FL 32572 2/2 for $350/month years @ 8% apr. Buy, NEW RETIREMENT
Call 698-4582 4 Br $269/Mo! for list- COTTAGE ready for 2000 Honda Civic
3/2 fenced back yard ings (800)366-9783 ext-your finishing touches! 00 0n Toyota Co
w/stove & frig, w/d Milton 5760 Fabulous' golf com- $8001202 ToytaCo-
hook up. Non-smoking Marlboro Village ________ munity in Carolina Hrolla $1000! 2001
environment & no pets 2/2. Total electric, cov- mtns. Short drive from Honda Accord $750!
in house. $650 dep. ered entry. $350/mth, Buy Forclosures Di- Asheville. Just forlistingsMPOUNDSall
$650 mth. 623-5481 $275., dep. 626-6464 rect! Sellstate Gulf $199,900. Call f800)366-9813 ext 9271
No HUD - after 5pm or 623-8753 Coast Realty. Come (866)334-3253, x 2315.
4Bdrm 3Ba Foreclo-ff Gait City Rd. 3/2. Grow with Us! www.scgolfhome.com
sure' $11,5001 Only Total electric, covered 850-472-2500
$217/Mo! (5% down 15 entry. Rent $485., dep. North Carolina Moun-
years @ f 8% apr.) 3 $s 9--3 tains NEW! E-Z Finish CASH PAID
Bdrm $199/Mo! for list- Quiet park byd 1 lll Log Cabin Shell With for junk cars
ings (800)366-9783 ext Whiting Field: 16' wide Loft & Full Basement or trucks.
5798 3bd/2ba $545 plusI 71SO includes acreage Running or not.
Ml5ton dep. or 2bd/2ba $545 $99,900 Financing Call: 983-9527
Great location. 3/1, plus dep. or 2bd/lba Owner Must Sell. 4+ A v a i I a b I e or 723-5048
CH&A, Washer/Dryer. $350 plus dep. Sewer acres- $57,300 Nice (828)247-9966 Code:
$650 mo. $650 down & garbage incl. No oak trees, private ac- 68
(850) 623-8365. pets. Non-smoking en- cess to lake. All utilities
vironment. HUD OK. in. Ready to build when
Also lot rental for $225 you are! Financing -
Milton per month. 626-1552 .avail. Call now
Uke New Small 2 bedroom. Ideal (866)352-2249.
L/2weNraew Small 2 bedroom. Ideal www.fllandoffer~com ' 8140
3/2 $800w/garag dep. for single or couple.
$925 mth-$800 dep. East Gate Mobile
Pets considered Home Ranch. 626-8973 86 Chevrolet Car
501-0273 or 529-7899 1986 Chevrolet Cargo
Springhill a tcE: Van. One owner.
Pace Fwithurnished 2004 trailer 1 7160 OT MARINE 86,000 miles. $750
3/1 with large yard. 3/1 nice. Buddy HardyRe 994-6728
$450 month plus dep. Rd., on acreage adja- 14x65 3 Bd/2Ba in- 8100-Antique & Collectibles
255-4004 cent to Blackwater For- clues porches and 810- UtityhiclesCars
Pace est, Nopets, non- central unit/power pole. 8130 - Trucks
NEW LISTING! 3/2, liv- smoking environment. (850)957-4301 8140 -Vans 1999 Grand Caravan
ing room, den, land $500o $300 dep. Ref. ---Coerial 19 Gra
room, covered bac needed. 623-8920 8160- Motorcycles mini-van. V6, NC.
porch, fenced back ..- -.... - / 8170-Auto Parts i 981-1631
ard and large storage W& Accessories
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borhood. $750 month.
Some pets allowed.
626-2606
South Garcon Pt. Rd.
3/2 on Escambia Bay
w/ 80 foot pier. Washer,
dryer, dishwasher &
fridge. w/ ice maker.
Outside storage bldg.
(ALL LIKE NEW) $1,050
month / $850 dep.
(850)572-6352


1 6170
2/2 - Total electric.
Senior citizen discount.
East Gate Mobile
Home Ranch 626-8973


7100- Homes
7105- Open Houses .
7110- Beach Home/
Property
7120 - Commercial
7130 - Condo/Townhouse
7140 - Farms & Ranches
7150 - Lots and Acreage
7160- MoblJe Homes
7170 - Waterfront
7180- Investment
Property
7190 - Out-ol-Town
Real Estate
7200 - Timeshare


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8230 - Sailboats
8240 - Boat & Marine
Supplies
8245 - Boat Slips & Docks
' 8310- Aircraft/Aviation
8320 - ATV/Off Road Vehicles
8330 - Campers & Trailers
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a. - GROCERY OUTLET
Pace Location Only * 4025 Hwy 90
We Sell at Our Cost Plus a 10% Surcharge Added at the Register

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Florida Juicy
Sweet
Oranges
2 16
4 Ib Bag


Lucky Leaf
Apple Juice
"62 o
64oz


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Van Camp
Baked
Beans
1 0528oz


Gain
Powdered
Detergent
526
63 oz


Nature's
Crystal
Spring Water
188
S 12 pk 1/2 Itr


Velvet


Velvet
Towels

49 roll


Lee
Mild or Hot
Roll Sausage
I 07
16 oz


Michigan Red
Delicious or
Golden Apples
168
3 Ib bag


Dutch Farms
Medium
Cheddar Bar
1 44o
8 ox


Green Giant
Sweet Peeled
Baby Carrots

97'lIb bag


Frito-Lay
Variety Sack

5722ct


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racery
Outlet
SALE PRICES GOOD THRU OCT 6, 2009
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Cost includes freight, fee, and any associated expenses.

4025 HWY 90 * PACE
850-995-8778
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White
Boston Butt
Pork Roast
. 2pk

691b


Family Pack
Pork
Steaks

871b


Family Pack
Beef Cube
Steaks

254lb


Family Pack
County Style
Ribs

871b


Tray Pack
Boneless
Fryer Breast
180b
~I lb


Bryan Meat
Wieners or
Bologna
I 07
12 oz


Old Timer
Red Hots
0269
2 21b


Magnolia
Ham Slices
oz84
~20 2oz


Snowden
Baby Link
Smoked
Sausage
240Oz


Bar "S"
Corn Dogs

33 b box


Green Giant Lg
Cello Iceberg
Lettuce
86ad
6 head


Faygo
Drinks

S0431tr


Nunn-Better
Mini Chunks
Dog'Food
60716
16 1b


Jif
Peanut
Butter
187
* l18oz


Liberty
Gold
Pineapple

46�8oz


Nabisco
Chips Ahoy

2214-15.25 oz


Hamburger
Helper
110o
4.7-6.2 oz


Moore's
Steak
Marinade

7 16 oz


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Wednesday, September 30, 2009


SB 10 I Santa Rosa's Press Gazette