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Title: The Santa Rosa press gazette
Alternate Title: Milton press gazette
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Language: English
Creator: Santa Rosa press gazette
Publisher: Milton Newspapers, Inc.
Milton Newspapers
Place of Publication: Milton, Fla
Publication Date: October 21, 2009
Copyright Date: 2009
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By MATHEW PELLEGRINO
mpellegrino@srpr~essgazette.com
Corrmissioners met Monday morning to di's-
cuss construction projects and new library hours
throughout the county.
Tracy Boutwell, project manager for American
Consulting Engineers of Florida, asked commis-
sioners to consider-a projected $8 million rebuild
of the Macavis Bayou Bridge on Highway 90.
Bouitwell said that obstructionn would not be
set to start for another 3V2 years, but that conimis-
sioners needed tb start thinking about this project
before it goes unnoticed.
S"We're estimating construction will begin in
Mayr of 2013,"1 Boutwell said.
Tie: project manager said she was planning to
present the idea at an informational public h'ear-'
ing Nov. 5 at the First Presby~terian Church ill Mil-
ton.'lhere, the design wvill be open to the public to
give them a better understanding of what might
happen.
"The information that will be presented to
them~ will show "before-and-after griiphics of the
project," Boutwell said. "Thiis will give the pubhec
a good feel for what thle project is going to look like
orice it is: completed."


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By BILL GAMBLING
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Milton Police are currently looking for a Mil-
ton man suspected of invadinia' Park Ave~n'ue
.Se 'hm residence Saturdayr armed with a
Seenhim? semiautomatic gun.
suied for Demetrius Wayne Crisco,
21, of Rendy Kay Lane in gliton.
Crisco is wanted on aggravated
assault with a deadly weapon, bat-
tery, and horne invasioix.
The warrant was issued with no
II bond listed.
DEME'TRIUS Accgrding to Mlilton Police Chief
WAYNE CRISCO .Greg Brand, Crisco arid another
Call Detectivelohn male, whose name police have not
Stone at983-5420. released, entered the residence~
at. 6593 Park Ave. and demanded
money. Police say Crisco was. armed with a blue,
steel semiautomatic handgun while the other was
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Press Gazette Staff Reports
Two robberies occurred
in Navarre last week.
On Friday,.Coastal Bank
in Navarre was robbed, and
Wednesday, a masked mian
robbed the Days Inn on U.S.
Highway 98 (Navarre Park-
w~ay).
Coastal Bank was robbed
around 9a.m. Friday morning
after' a masked man entered
the building with a handgun
demanding money.
The man was said to be
about 5-foot-9 and appeared
to weigh 180-185 pounds, ac-
c'ording to Assistant Santa
Rosa County Public Informa-
tion Officer Marc Ward.
The man was last seen
wearing camouflage pants, a


gray hooded sweatshirt and
an orange construction vest.
He was carrying a camiou-
:flage bag he used to put the
money in.
As of press time, a
susppet had riot .been ap
prehended, and Ward urged
residents to use caution. The
suspect was last seen seeing
west on Highway 98 in a dark
green four-door midsize car
believed to be a Toyota. '
Anyone with information
on the robbery should call
the Santa Rosa County Sher-
iff's Office at 983-1100. '
Investigators with the
Santa Rosa County Sheriff's
Office are seeking the iden-
tity of a bhan who robbed a
Santa' Rosa County business
on Wednesday.


On Oct. 14 at 10:30 Ji.m., a
robbery occurred at the Days
Inn at 8700 Navarre Parkway
in Navs~rre..
The suspect had a .black
gun and demanded nioniey.
The suspect is described
as a white male, early 20s,
5-foot-5 to 5-foot-7, wearing a
black long-sleeve parka with
a purple type of knit~cap on
his head that he pulled down~
over his` face.
He fled in a small vehicle
with $133. cash. The vehicle
was parked in the drivre-up
area next to the front en-
trane of the Days Inn.
If you have information
about this robbery, call De-
tective L~arry Tynes with the
Santa R~osa County Sheriff's
Office at 983-1239.


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SPECIAL TO THE PRESS GAZETTE
On Friday morning, Coasfal Bank in
Navarre was robbed by this m~an`,
shown in a bank survei lance photo.


SPECIAL TO THE PRESS GAZETTE
A surveillance photo 'taken Oct. 14
at the Days Inn .on -U.S. Highwa
98 shows the man who robbed the
Navarre hotel.


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Obituary :..............................:........ A2
Opinion ...........:............................. A4
Kmrnersone.:..................... ........ A6


Sp~orts....................................... A8
Sheriff's Report~............................ B6
Classifieds...:.............................. BB


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Elected OFFK(IALS


COUNTY GOVERNMENT
COUNTY COMMISSION -
*District 1: Jim Williamson, 4351 Berryhill Road, .
Pace, FL 32571; phone 932-1340. E-ail is comm-
W itBamSOotr 5ofso.fl.g0V. ,
*District 2: Bob Cole, 8651 Riverstone Road,
Milton, FL 32583; phone 983-1877. E-mail is comm.
cole~santoroso.fl.gov.
*District 3: Don Solter, 6000 Chumucklo Highway,
Pace, FL 32571; phone 994-6426. E-mail is comm.
salter~sontaroso.fl.gov.
*.District 4: Gordon Goodin; 6467 Avenida De
Galves, Navarre, FL 32566; phone 939-4949. E-mail is
comm-goodin~soutorosa.fl.gov
*District 5: Lane Lynchard, 6495 Coroline St., Suite
M, Milton, FL 32570, phone 932-1340. E-mail is comm-
lynchard~sontoroso.fl.gov.
The Santo Roso 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 GOVERNMENT

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*sen. urell Peaden Jr, s98 Ferdon sivd., suite
100, Crestview, FL 32536, 850-689-0556.
*Gov. Charlie Crist: PLOS The Capitol, 400 5.


Monroe St., Tallahassee, FL 32399, 488-4441. E-mail:
fl_govemnor@ myflorido.com.

FEDERAL GOVERNMENT
HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES.
*Rep. Jeff Miller: 1535 Longworth House Office
Building, Washington, D.C., 20515; phone (locol) 419-
1183; (D.C.) 202-225-4136; toll free 866-347-1614.
Web: www.house.gov/jeffmiller.
SENATE
*Sen. George LeMieux: 356 Russell Senate Office
Building, Washington, D.C. 20515; phone 202-224-
3041; fax202-228-5171
*Sen. Bill Nelson: Room 511, Hart Senate Office
Building, Washington, D.C. 20510; phone 202-224-
5274, fax 202-224-8022.
WHITE HOUSE ~
*President Barack Obame: The White House, 1600
Pennsylvania Ave., Washington, D.C. 20500; phone
202-456-1414. E-mail: president@whitehouse.gov.
*Vice fPresident Joe Biden: Office of the Vice
Preidnt "' it "'" se "" 6"0 P""""'""'"i ^ ".
Washington, D.C. 20500; phone 202-456-1414.

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Special to the Press Gazette
Visit your local Santa Rosa
County Library during the week
of Oct. 26 to hear Adam Miller,
American folksinger, storyteller
and autoharpist. A nationally
recognized presenter of folklore ,
and folk music programs, Adam
has been a featured performer,
master of ceremonies and
workshop leader at many
American folk festivals. He is a
captivating storyteller and gifted
instrumentalist and is renowned
for his ability to interpret
traditional American folksongs .
with warmth and humor.
His entertaining performances
at festivals and concert halls
across the U.S. have won him
fans of all ages. Masterful
entertainer who never fails to
get his audience singing along,
he has distinguished himself as
one of the great interpreters of
American folkrtales and folksongs.


He performs about 300 concerts
a year at folk festivals, theaters,
schools, libraries, museums,
hospitals and senior centers,
from the Everglades to the Arctic
Circle.
Adam Miller wiill perform the
week of Oct. 26 at Santa Rosa
County Libraries:
Monday, Oct. 26: 6 p.m. at
Pace Library
*Tuesday, Oct. 27: 6 p.m. at
Navarre Library
*Wednesday, Oct. 28:3 p.m. at
Jay Library, and 6 p.m. at Milton
Library
*Thursday, Oct. 29: 6 p.m. at
Gulf Breeze Library
SThe Santa Rosa County ,
SLibrary System is a department
of the Santa Rosa Couity Board
of County Comtnissioners.
Libraries are located in Gulf
Breeze, Jay, Milton, Navarre
and Pace. More information is
~available at http://www.santarosa.
fl.gov/libraries ;


SPECIAL TO THE PRESS GAZETTE


Adam Miller


Special to file Press Gazette
Pensacola Junior Col-
Ieg inwtes the public to

health screenings and
gather helpful information
at its Health Ph~ir. .
The free event is 8 a~m.
to noon Oct. 29 at the Milton
campus on Highway 90.
PJC nursing and mas-
sage therapy students are
participating and assisting
various health orgaqiza-
tions with screenings and
assessments.

heatmeari cr it fh tr
assessments, free, Baptist
Health Care; cholesterol,
PSA and glucose screen-
ings, free, Santa Rosa
Medical Center; flu shots,
$20, Santa Rosa' County
Health Depat''ment; blood


drive, Northwest Florida
Blood Center; hearing as-
sessments, free, Dr. John
Ca r; preshur Uchcks
free, PJC mirsing students;
10-minute chair massages,
free, PJC message therapy
students.
Other participating or-
ganizations include Favor
House, Covenant Hos-
pjice, Emerald Coast Hos-
. pice, Lupus Foundation
of America, MAD.D. and
Arthritis Fbundation.
The fair includes, a
cooto spnoe de th
sociation and photo op-
portuniticain the inflatable
"Big Chair."
For more information,
contact Butch Branch at
484-4491 or bbranch@pje.
edu.


Guion GIriffin Dudley
passed away Oct; 15, 2009.
He was preceded in death

ad Bolnie .Dde of
Beaufortt, N.C.
He is survived by his
wife, Edhia Genette Rollo
Broxson ~udley df Milton;
two daughters, Sherrie
Darlene Broxson (Donald)
Gavisk of Newport, N.C.
Shelley De~nnai Broxson
Tayqr pf Mary Esther, .
Fla.; one' don, Bruce
E (Beth) Broxson of
Holleyr Navarrp, Fla.; six -
grandchildren, Jayme
Leigh Gavisk, Jessica
Lynn Gavrisk, Buddy
B002500 Gavisk, Dylan
Broxson, Katelyn Broxson
and Lily Broxson; two
great-grandchildren,
'tristyn Broxson and
Christopher Gavisk; and


one brother, Craig (Jane)
Dudley of Beaufort, N.C.
Active pallbearers will
bethe Unim d Methodist

Christ United Methodist
Church. Honorary.
pallbearers will be the
Bereans Men's Group of
Hickory Hammock Baptist
Church.
]F1meral services were
\to be held 11 a.m. Monday,
Oct. 19, at Lewis Flmeral
Home, Milton Chapel, with
the Rev. John Edwards
and the Rev. Carl Gallups
officiating. Visitation was
to be held 4-6 p.m. Sundaiy
Oct. 18, at Lewis Flmeral
Home, ~Milton Chapel'
Let the family
know you care. Sign*
Sthe guest booki under
news/obituaries at www. ~
Ssrpresisgazette~com.


Milton, FL 32570, 983-0413. E-mail is scottdl~mail.
sentoroso.kl2.fl.us.
*District 2: Hugh Winkles, 5684 Nicklaus Lane,
Milton, FL 32570, 623-6299. E-mail is winkleseh@
mail.sontarosa.kl2.fl.us.
*District 3: Diane Coleman, 9400 Octavia Lane,
Naovrre, FL 32566, 939-2661. E-moil is colemonmd@
mail.santoroso.kl2.fl.us.
*District 4: JoAnn J. Simpson, 5059 Faircloth St.,
Pace 32571, 994-5446. E-mail is simpsonjiimail.
Ssentoroso.kl2.fl.us.
District 5: Edwoul Gray ill, 1 Gray Oaks Lane, Gulf
Breeze, FL 32561, 850-932-6287. E-mail is grayem@e
mail.sontoaosa.kl2.fl.us.
The Santo Rose County School Board meets; of 6:30
p.m. second and fouth Thursdays at 5086 Canal St.,
Milton. Phone: 983-5000.

CITY GOVERNMENT .
Milton City Hall, Mayor 6uy Thompson, 4738
Dixon St., Milton, FL 32570, 983-5400. Oity Manager,
Brian Watkins.
Gulf Breeze City Hall, Mayor Lane Gilchrift, 1070
ss.. Mange, USU7n,. E msd i nol
City w M f "y Eaodr Kurvin Qualls, 3822
liighway 4, Joy, FL 32565, 675-2719.
contact information for your elected officials
appears in every saturday edition of the sa~nto Rosa
SPress Gazette. Know your leaders; stay in touch.


Jim Fletcher
.Publisher
aso-393-36s4
Ifletcher@stpressgazette.com
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Office iManager
850-623-2120
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*The entire contents of Santa Rosa's for any purpose, without prior, written
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Folksinger to perform at libraries


.PJC Health Fair aimed to put

people on path to wellness


Guion'Griffin Dudley


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EXTENSION CONNECTION



Quick cool-down could be disastrous for landscape


Notice is given that the' Office~ of the Santa Rosa County Clerk of Court's has unclaimed money in their possession in th~e following uncashed checks and
that any person having a claim against these monies must present their claim to the Finance Department in writing making sufficient proof to the Santa
Rosa County Clerk of the Court's Office on or before December 1st 2009. By doing so shall be entitled to receive any part of the monies so claimed.
Unless claim is filled within such time as afqresaid, all claims in reference thereto are forever barred. These monies will be forfeited to the Santa Rosa
County Clerk of Court's for placement in the Santa Rosa County Fine & Forfeiture Fund as per Florida Statue 116.21.





Santa Rosa's Press Gazette I A3


Wednesday October 21 20 9


in strong light, they develop
sun leaves, which are
photosynthetically very
inefficient. If these same
plants are placed in low light,
they must either remake
existing sun leaves or drop
their sun leaves and grow a
newi set of shade leaves, which
are photosynthetically more
efficient. ..
STo reduce the shock that
occurs when a plant with sun
leaves is placed in shade,
~gradually reduce its light
exposure. This process is called
acclimatization. Gardeners ,
should acclimatize plants
when placing them outdoors in
summer by gradually increasing
Slight intensities and reversing .
the process before plants are
brought indoors in the fall.
Proper care throughout the
year will give your plants an '


edge in cold weather. Plants
tolerate cold temperatures
better and recover from mnjury
faster when they are healthy. If
your plants are damaged by the
cold, don't be too hasty to prune ,
away the damage just wait for
spring!
Theresa Fridayj is the
Residential Horticulture
i Extension Agent for Santa
Rosa County. The use of trade
names, ifused an this article,
ss solely for the purpose of
providing sp~eci~fic 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.
Fb~r more information about
all of the county extension
services and other articles of
interest, go to: http://santarosa.
ifas.ufl.edu.


It is best to avoid using a
nitrogen fertilizer in the late fall
or during winter. Don't fertilize
cold-sensitive plants any later
than September.1If you do, they
will add new growth, which is
especially susceptible to cold -
injury. Because pruning will
also cause plants to4 produce .
new growth, it is best to avoid
pruning most trees and shrubs
during the fall. Usually a few
:weeks after pruning, a plant will
begin producing new growth.
This new growth is subject to
cold injury.
October is thle month that
pine trees start dropping their
needles and some trees will
start dropping their leaves. It is
best to clear the lawn of this leaf
litter. Leaves capture moisture
between themselves and the
turf that may~ create insect and
disease problems. Once raked


up, leaves or needless can be.
used as mulch in the shrub or
flower beds. Two to 3 inches of
mulch over the plant's roots will
also help prepare your plants for
cold weather.
For container-grown tropical
plants or house plants outside
for the summer, it is important
to start acclimating them for a
move inside. Research done in
Florida in the late 1970s revealed
an interesting phenomenon.
Tropical plants grown in full sun
have leaves (called sun leaves)
that are structurally different
from ~the leaves of plants grown
in shade (shade leaves). Sun
leaves have fewei' chloroplasts,
and thus less chlorophyll. Shade
leaves have greater numbers -
of chloroplasts, and thus more
chlorophyll. Shade leave's are
thin, large and few in~ number.
When plants are grown


By Theresa Friday
Extension Faculty-
Residential Horticultn-e
UF/IFAS Santo Rosa County :
Early, record-setting cold
in the west thiq year reminds
us that cooler weather is not
far away. October has been
unusually hot and humid. A
quick cool-down will come as a
shock to many plants. Proper
planning and care can make
.the difference between life and
death in your landscape.
Preparing your plants for /
winter is not a quick process.
Gardeners should strive to
keep landscape plants healthy
year-round. Avoid letting plants '
become weakened from impropet
watering, fertilizing or pruning
practices. When plants are
weakened, they are less likely to
survitre the winter months. .


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Wednesday, October 21, 2009


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We need miore

"Pray For Our Schools"
;signs are allover town.
iGod gave us this country
and oi~r freedoms. You
as a people have let the .
government take it away
With judges that abuse
the rule of law and do not
follow the Constitution.
Praying alone will not
work, praying should be
accompanied with works
or we will accomplish
nothing.
In the first place,
the schools belong to *
the taxpayers, not the
genrment o ciiz .
our taxes. Think for a
moment, our taxes pay '
for everything, including
the federal and state
governing bodies. The
federal government
has funded the ACLU .
for years, appointed '
judges that make .
decision contrary to the .
SConstitution, and we
have let it happen. We
have no one to blanie but
ourselves,
Do we really want to


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change things? I hope
so. To accomplish these
changes will require some
real effort. First you~ have
to be loyal to your country
and not~a political party.
Starting at the local
level will change things. .
SWhy? Because all federal
politicians get their power
from our local and state
politicians,
Each state has the
power to enact legislation
that would make it legal to
pray anywhere as long as
they were not forced upon
anyone who did not want
to participate. They can
leave the room.

leg I tonto mdke it
impossible for the ACLU
or any such organization
to bring lawsuits before a
Federal judge unless it was
heard before all local aid
state courts:
The ACLU gets funded
by us, then we have to pay
their court bills besides.
That is horrendous. That
needs to be stopped. The
ACLU should pay all
costs including the cost of
defense.
We the people have the


Addition, they often get '
free means and hour and
a half lurich breaks at
local i-estaurants and they
benefit ~from somethig
Called the drop program..
The drop program, which
most of the public isn't.
even aware-of, is when
they retire and receive
large lump sums of mohey.
The private sector
is about beat down.
,from these government
bureaucrats who impose
everything from impact
fees to anything else
they feel they can get
away with.-All they think
about is how to stop
jb eand pr ~ts Thy
never created.anything
themselves. In most cases,
they have been taken care
of by the private sector
from cradle to: grave.
It is our leader's fault.
Government is not the
j solution, it is the problem.
These people really have
no idea where the money
actually comes from, do
they?
Estelle 11arrell
De~tmiak Springs, Fla.


power' to correct things.
Organize a~ll the people
`that worship` God in this
entire state and demand
our rights. Wi~e should
all organize like' the Tea;
Party andl together we can
accomplish this. If they
won't enact legislation
that will give us back our .
constitutional rights in
this state, then use that
ballot to vote them all out
of office.

Oliver Randolph
Pace, Fla.

Where do our
leaders' come ~from?
Where do our leaders
come' from? They let the
Bureaucrats lead them
around by the nose. They
don't care anymore what
people want or need.
They get the highest paid
salaries,.best vacations,
best time off, four day
work weeks, drive
Government (city, county,
state, federal) vehicles
to doctor appointments,
.hair salons, kids to school,
Wal-Mart errands, etc. In


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It is time to



pose the big


question
~For Santa Rosa School Sup~erintendent Tim
Wy~rosdick this has had to be: the toughest first
year any suiperintendent ~has ever faced.
Between the ACLU and budget woes he
inherited, we feel like he walked into one of
the biggest quagmires imaginable.
School Board Member JoAnn Simpson
notes thiat long before the ACLU filed its :
lawsuit, the Sant~a Rosa County Board ofi
~Education had been on notice by the AC~LU.
Simpson~ herself says board members
directed the School Board Attorniey to draft~ a
policy to be used in ACLU-like dealings.
Yet, it doesn't appear the School Board
Attorney ever created that policy or, at the
very least, it doesn't appear the Board ever
adopted any such policy.
SIf Santa Rosa had adopted this policy,
would it be in the same position today?
c h 're goted quest tns, but the type you
S~ tiill, We do wonder what ever happened to
'that edict,
We cannot hold former superintendent
Johnny Rogers responsible for all of this since
he is out of office, yet much pf this ~began:
under his watch.
Right now, thanks to all of the budgets cuts
we have had to endure along with the' district
cost differental, pet'-student furiding in Sa~nta
Rosa County is 66th out of the 67 Florida
.counties.
This formula does not come ~from Canal
:Street, but comes from those who say they
are looking ouxt for our interest mn Tallahassee.
The state is not loolrin~g to cincease ~funding
.in any shape or form for two to three years,
whichtat ist n ~fat where we sh uld look

MTm Bas Suee t sM otio fi te state
of F'lorida in the 2009-2010 school year is
$3 630.62;
SSanta Rosa County's Base Student
Allocation is $3,389.91or $240.71 less than the -
state average.
So the state is saying our children should
settle for second best.
It gets even worse when you see that
Okaloosa Countyr gets $88.22 more per
student. Escamibia County gets $34.49 per
student; Bay County gets $38.85 more per
student and VMiami-Dade Couanty gets $284.28
more per student and almost $44 more than
the statee average.
This is all particularly interestingin" if you
compare those dollars, to the grades these
school systems~ receive.
We have heardl many people bemoan the
new school -superintend~ent, but when we
Recall the state allocated $4,079.74 per student
back in the 2007-08 school year it becomes
quite ~asy to see where the problem is.
The is'sue-at hand is notthe new
.superintendent, but the mess he inherited
before becoming superintendent.
When you look at the pitiful funds received
in Santa Rtosa, and then look at the quality of
education, you quickly arrive at the old adage
which says: "We've done so much with so little
for so long, we are~ now able to do anything
with nothing!"



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In memory of.my wife, mother and, nana
Madie Geneva L~ewis
April1l, 1946 / .October 21, 2008

You were a precious gift from
Cod above, so much beaulty,
grace and love.
You touched our hiearts in so
manry ways, your smile so
bright even on the bad days.
You heard God's whisper
calling you home, you didn't
want to go and leave us
alone. You loved us so much,
you~ held on tight, till all the
strength was gone and you
could no longer fight. So you
gave your hand to God and :
slowly drifted away, knowing
that with our love we will be
together again some day.


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WOLVES, BIG*CATS AcND BIRDS OF PREY


armed with a knife.
While demanding money,
the intruders had the three res-
idents get on their knees, and
at some point, the residents db-
cided to fight back, police said.
The unidentified intruder
was injured when the three
residents fought back and was
transported to Sacred Heart
Hospital for emergency sur-


gery after he was severely cut
with the knife he was wielding,
police said.
Police had not released the
condition or identity of this indi-
vidual as of press time.
Police said Crisco was wear-
ing a dark hooded sweatshirt
and a dark mask to cover his
facial features at the time of the
home invasion,


According to Brand, more
charges could be forthcoming.
Anyone with information
about the home invasion or the
whereabouts of Crisco is asked
to call Detective John Stone at
983-5420.~
The Florida Department of
Law Enforcement crime scene
investigation unit assisted with
the investigation.


With the construction date far
down the road, Boutwell said she had
not completed the plans, but should
have them ready in November.
Commissioner Bob Cole ques-
tioned Boutwell about the guardrails
on the bridge and asked whether she
could research new railing require-
ments for bridges for the Novem-
her presentation. Boutwell said new
guardrails would be put up to meet
new requirements, and said she
would address that before the public.
Another construction issue was
woi'k on the Fisher-Hamilton build-
.ing; that was` not inchided mn the cur-
rent contract with Sanborn. Builders.
An estimated $20,176 would repair
loose bricks and re-stucco areas of
the building that need strengthen-
ing. .
Commissioner H~imter ~Walker
asked the board whether the upcom-
ing fiscalyear's budget would be able
to cover the cost of that renovation.
With Sanborn ~Builders' already-ap-
proved reconstruction of the build-
ing way under budget, the price.tag
would not affect the budget, and was
approved for Thursday's agenda by
Salter.
The commission also discussed
the county's five libraries, which
might be getting new hours this fall.
Commissioners argued whether to


cut back or look for volunteers,
County Administrator Hunter
Walker said he did not want to affect
Saturday library hours, as that is
when the library has the most visi-
tors,
Commissioner Gordon Goodin
said he has received a number -of
e-mails about county library hours
from people who want them to be ex-
tended and more consistent.
"With it, getting darker, earlier,
maybe we can consider seasonal
hours," Goodin said.
Goodin' argued that if hours were -
extended, the .county would have
to find volunteers to help save the
librarian's paychecks. Volunteers for
the library in the past have been too
few and far between for the county'
according to commissioners. Goodin
suggested implementing volunteer
awareness throughout the: county.
"I think now is a great time to raise
Volunteer awareness," Goodin said.
With the current hours bemng
.inconsistent, Commissioner Don
Salter suggested updating .the sched-
ule and wanted to see the hours run
on a consistent schedule. He ap-
proved the issue for. Thursday meet-
ing's agenda.
'. "We need to be open, arid the need
is there, but we need to be more con-
sistent," Salter said.


be there at least one day as well," he said. .
Saturday's show was a surprise to Collins,
who diidn't Im~ow he would be coming so close
to home until the event showed up on the
books.
"I doaft Ilow if it was management, Whit-
ing Field, or w~ho," Collins said. "But I am so
excited, since it should be great: weather and
the air show and everything involved."
The past two years have brought one new
experience after another for Collins, who was
selected to replace singer Richie McDonald in
November 2007.
"Tr~aveling with Lonestar; I have been to so
many great places I have never visited before,
but I can't wait to come home and see my fam-
Hly and friends," Collins said.
Collins has been a part of two major bands
in his career. His first single with Lonestar was
"Let Me Love You," released in April 2008.


"fBefore the opportunity with Lonestar, I
was playing with a bar band in Atlanta," Col-
lins said. "And this has been a great transition.
"It has been great getting to Imow the guys,
and we have bonded pretty quick. They are
definitely the most talented musicians I have
ever gotten to work with."
Tickets to the 66th Anniversary Celebration
at Whiting Field are available at any PenAir
Federal Credit Union branch or from Cat
County 98.7 or 102.7 WXBM/. The tickets are
~free and are required to get on the base for the
celebration and concert.Gates at the base will
open at 8:30 a.m., and the day will kick off at 10
a.m.
Besides the air craft demonstrations and
concert, local PGA Pro celebrity Boo Weekley
will be on hand from 11 a.m. until 2 p.m. to sign
autographs, greet guests and promote his new
line of clothing.


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Healing of the Nations
Dear Pastor Gallaps, Ca'n you please explain
Revelation 22:2 and Ezekiel 47.*12 concerning the
meaning of the "leaves of the trees" and thte "hreal-
ing of the nations". Thank you. LS., Milton
P.S. I enjoy your columns and your radio program,
they are very informative!
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words concerning this column and the "Ask the
Preacher" radio program alred on WEBY 1330 A.M.
For the rest of the readers, thiat radio program can be
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will be, of course, after the rapture of the church.
after the Wrath of God has been pouredl ou~t on an
unbelievitig world and after the Millenial Reign of
JeSus as well as after the Great White Throne of
Judgement revealed ha Revelation Chapter 20.
It is in this time of a "new earth" and paradise
restored (Revelation 21), that those who ~belong to
Jesits through a born-again relationship with him
would enjoy eternal health an~d bliss. "The nations"
referred to here probably refer to the various tribes,
tongues, people and ~cultures that will be represented
in eternity.
SThere will be no need for a continual state of
' healing" as there will be no more` sickness or death
there (Rev. 21). Therefore the trees and the leaves
are probably representative of the blissful healing
that comes to the born-again believer through Jesus
ChM sn ina rsni eo oende that in the original .
Garden of Eden there was but on~e, "tree of life"
whereas in Paradise Restored there: are many "t~ees
of life" that line the street that flows from the
Throne of God!
As you can see, L.S., the main point of both
passages is that no matter what it costs you to serve
Jesus with your life now...it is worth it ... forever!
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 UI.S. and
Canada. For more information about HHBC, call 623-8959 0r 626-8951, fax: 623-0197-
If you have any questions for Ask Thle Preacher, send it to: Ask The Pleacher, Hickory Hammock
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infrastructure, and ~trining and
preparing Iraqi military and security
forces to assume full authority anld
resposbl a r' defni and
independence as a democracy.
The private is a military police
mlember normally assigned to the
206th Military Police Company, based
in Latham, Nj.Y. She has served in the
military for one year.
She is the daughter of Patricia Bryant
of Haves Street. Hollywood, Fla., and
Brian Panchaaud of Milton.
Her husband. Jirnuny is the son of
Jimmyl~ and Susan Vargas of 14lth Street.
Kiey West
Panchaud is a 2005 graduate of
Char~les W Flanagan High School,
Pembroke Pines.


Army National Guard Pfe. Michelle
A. Panchlaud has been mobilized and ,
activated for deployment overseas to
O eorwam o pran bae .in support of
Operation Iraqi Freedom i te
official name given to military operations
involving members of the U.S. armed
forces and coalition forces participating
in etforts to fr-ee and secure Iraq. Mission
objectives focus on force protection,
peacekeeping, stabilization, security
and counter-insurgency operations as
the Iraqi transitional governing bodies
assume full sovereign powers to govern
the people of Iraq.
Members from all branches of
the U.S. military and multinational
forces are also assisting in rebuilding
Iraq's economic and governmental


Special to the Press Gazette

ed c er, countless tli es are affec -
can make a difference...
Plan now to join the Gulf Coast Cho-
rale for' Sing for the Cure on Saturday,
.Oct. 24, at 7:30 p.m. at St. Ann Cathohe
Church in Gulf Breeze.
The musical performance, led by Ar-
tistic Director Michael Richardson, and
narrated by University of West Florida
President Dr.. Judy Bense, promotes a


esoag pof thpeband feature c wer-
bre thoe f National Breast Cancer
Awareness month, a portion of the pro-
ceeds will go to the local chapter of the
American Cancer Society to support the
Making Strides Agamnst Breast cancer
program. Advance tickets are $10. Tick-
ets will be $15 at the door. For more in-
forination, visit www. gulfcoastchorale.
org or e-mail singforthecure @bellsouth,
net.


will be a silent auction. See
Kittye Norris for informa-
tion about donating items
or making your bid. Her
phone number is 994-5786.
SAs always, you can call
your order in ahead of time
at 995-4261. Sorry, no deliy-
~ery service is available. But
don't let that keep you from
enjoying this real "taste of
the South." We are located
%/ mile north of Farmers
Opry on Chumuckla High-
way. See you there!


Special to the Press Gazette
Come one, come all to
our Fish Fr~y! On Saturday,
Oct. 24, beginning at 11
a.m. and ending at 1 p.m.,
Chumuckla United Meth-
odist Chut ch will be, hold-
ing its annual Community
Fish Fry.
We will be serving mul-
let, baked beans, coleslaw
and hush puppies. Pro-
ceeds from this event will
go into the Building Flmd


for Chumuckla UMC.
As an added bonus,
there will be a prize draw-
ing for several guns of high
quality.. The drawing willbe
held the day of the fish fry.
So get your tickets from
any of our church mem-
bers or Clint White, 554-
8411. You do not need to be
present, to win. All winners
must comply with federal
regulations to obtain the
gun.
As an extra bonus, there


and basic warfare
principles and
Sskills-
SAirmen who '
-;- complete basic
,training earn four
H credits toward
an assoc,,,iate in
TH applied science
degree through the
Community College of the
Air Force.
He Is the son of Sharon
Smith of Panhandle Trail,
Navarre.


Air Force
Reserve Airman
Joseph Mi. Smith
graduated from
basic military
training at
Lackland Air For~ce
Base, San Antonio.
The a~irman
completed an
intensive, eight-
week program that
included training in
military discipline and
studies,
Air Force core values,


A.ir Force
AIirman Brian
A. Singleton
graduated from
basic military \
training at
Lackland Air Force
Base, San Antonio. I
The airman S
completed SI
an intensive,
eight-week program -
that included training
in military discipline
and studies, Air Force
core values, physical
fitness, and basic warfare


principles and
skills.
Airmen who
complete basic
tr-aining earn four
crediits toward
an asspeiate in
applied science
degree through the
Community College
of the Air Force.


Annual PensacolG'
P00cO FOStiV01
Pensacola Peacemakers
and the Social Justice
Ministry Team of the
Unitarian Universalist
Church of Pensacola are
busy with plans for the
e Peace Festival to be held
on Saturday, Oct. 24, at
the Bayview Community
Center off Lloyd Street ~
in Pensacola. Examples
of last year's event were
workshops (Heroes of Non-
violence, The Jesus Way,


The Invisible Children of
Uganda, Compassionate
Communications),
performances (Songs of
Peaced, Drumming), family
fun, games and, of course,
food. Some of this year's -
participants are Amnesty
International, Veterans
for. Peace, University of
West Florida's Progressive
Student Alliance and .
others. This event is
free, and the public is .
encouraged to attend and
~participate in the variety of
activities.


He is the son of Kani
Archbell of Twisted Oak
Court, Pace.
Singleton is a 2002
graduate of Jay High
School. *


Before 1980, washing clothes

required about 56 gallons per load.

STodlay, clothes washers

use about 27 gallons.

Stop by Pace Water Systems, Inc and receive a
water conservation brochure f or helpf ul hintS

PACE
Pace Water S st'em, Inc
4401 Wood bine Road
994-51 29


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Fall FOStiVal.
The Pine Level Baptist
Church in Jay will be
having its Fall Festival on
Saturday, Oct. 24, at 3 p.m.
There will be a hayride,
candy walk, face painting,
karaoke, a coloring
contest, games and more
fun for the whole family.
There will be a puppet
show at 4:30 p.m., and
dinner willbe at 5 p.m.
At 6 p.m., there will be a
special evening service ~by
the choir, Love Songs
to Jesus, on Sunday, Oct.
25For more information,


Homecoming
celebration
Milton First Assembly
of God, located on
Dogwood Drive,
Milton, will have their
Homecoming celebration
on Sunday, Oct. 25, at
10:30 a.m. Pastor Cory
Henderson, ~currently at
Callaway Assembly of God,
who interned at Miltpn
First Assem~bly, will be
sharn from God's Word,
and the Ottis and Vera
Barnes family will be
honored. Dinner on the
grounds will follow the
morning worship service.'
Everyone is welcome to
come help us celebrate!

Ard Field Claurds of
ChriSt Homecoming
The Ard Field Church
of Christ in Chuniuckla
willbe having its
Homecoming Sunday,
Oct. 25. The service will
start at 10 a.m. Everyone
, is welcome to come, britig
a covered dish and enjoy
the day fellowshipping.

Operation
(byjSImOS Child

.Child isrt Corl' 1 rest
Christmas project that
starts with a gift-filled
shoe box. The gifts are
delivered to hurting
children worldwide.
National Collection
Week for the shoeboxes
is Nov. 16-22. The Relay
Center will be at First
Baptist Church of Milton.
During Collection
Week, the center will be
open from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Monday through Thursday,
8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Friday, 10
a.m. to noon Saturday and
8-11 a.m. Sunday.
For more
information, goto www.
samaritanspurse.com
and click on Operation
Christmas Child.


Gulf Coast Chorale


to present Sing for the Cure


Fish Fry scheduled for

Saturday at Chumuckla UM C


Airman Bralndon Airman Joseph Smith graduates from basic


I.0wrey graduates
fro b si
A~ir Force Airman
Brandon M. Lowrey
graduated from basic
military training at
Lackland Air Force
Base, San Antonio.
The airman
completed an
intensive. eight-
week program that
included training in
military discipline
and studies, Air Force
core values, physical
fitness, and basic
warfare principles
and skills.
Airmen who
complete basic
training earn four
credits toward
an associate in
applied science
degree through the
Community College
of the Air Force.
He is the son of
Mike and Micielle
Lowrey of Derby
Drive, Pace.
Lowrey is a 2008
graduate of Pace
High School.


JOSEP
SMI


Airman Brian Singleton graduates from basic


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Tide REPORT

Pensacola Bay
Thursday, Oct. 22, 2009
12:49 a.m. CDT High tide 1.86 Feet
6:56 a.m. CDT Sunrise
1 1:18 a.m. CDT Moonrise -
12:46 p.m. CDT Low tide 0.04 Feet
6: 10 p.m. CDT Sunset
9:26 p~.CDT M onet
Friday, Oct. 23, 2009
1:40 a.m. CDT High tide 1.81 Feet
6:56 a.m. CDT Sunrise
12;07 p.m. CDT Moonrise '
1:53 p.m. CDT Low tide 0.05 Feet
6:09 p.m. CDT Sunset
10:21 p.m. CDT Moonset
Sat rday Oct. 24, 2009
ur3 ym.CDT H gh tide 1.74 Feet .
6:57 a.m. CDT Sunrise
12:49 p.m. CDT Moonrise
2:44 p.m. CDT Low tide 0.06 Feet
6:08 p.m. CDT Sunset
1 1:17 p.m. CDT Moonset
Sunday, Oct. 25, 2009
3:20 a.m. CDT High tide 1.65 Feet
6:58 a.m. CDT Sunrise
1~:27 p.m. CDT Moonrise
3:17 p.m. CDT Low tide 0.1 1 Feet
6:07 p.m. CDT Sunset
7:43 p.m. CDT 1 st Quarter moon

East Bay
Thursday, Oct. 22, 2009
'1:34 a.m. CDT High tide 2.23 Feet
6`:54 a.m. C~DT Sunrise
1 1:17 a.m. CDT Moonrise
2;02 p.m. CDT LowN tide 0.04 Feet
6:08 p.m. CDT Sunset
9:25 p.m. CDT M~oonset
Friday, Oct. .23, 2009
2:25 a.m. CDT High tide 2.17 Feet
6:55 a.m. CDT Sunrise
12:05 p.m. CDT Moonrise
3:11 p.m. CDT Low tide 0.05 Feet
6:07 p.m. CDT Sunset
10:20 p.m. CDT Moonset
Saturday, Oct. ,24, 2009
3:16 a.m. CDT High tide 2.09 Feet
6:56 a.m. CDT Sunrise
,12:48 p.m. CDT Moonrise
4:00 p.m. CDT Low tide 0.07 Feet
6:06 p.m. CDT Sunset
1 1:16 p.m. CDT Moonset
Sunday, Oct. 25, 2009
4:05 a.m. CDT High tide 1.98 Feet
6:57 a.m. CDT Sunrise
1:26 p.m. CDT Moonrise ,
4:35 p.m. CDT Low tide 0. 13 Feet
6:05 p.m. CDT Sunset
7:43 p.m. CDT. 1st Quarter moon

Blackwater River
Thursday, Oct. 22, 2009 '
2:30 a.m. CDT High tide 2.23 Feet
6:55 a.m. CDT Sunrise
1 1:18 a.m. CDT Moonrise
2:32 p.m. CDT Low tide 0.04 Feet
6:09 p.m. CDT Sunset
9:25 p.m. CDT Moonset
Friday, Oct. 23, 2009
3:21 a.m. CDT High tide 2.17 Feet .
6:56 a.m. CDT Sunrise
12:06 p.m. CDT Moonrise
3:31 p:m. CDT Low tide 0.05 Feet
6:08 p.m. CDT Sunset
10:20 p.m. CDT Moonset
Saturday, Oct. 24, 2009
4:12 a.m. CDT High tide 2.09 Feet
6:56 a.m. CDT Sunrise .
12:49 p.m. CDT Moonrise
4:30 p.m. CDT Low tide 0.07 Feet
6:07 p.m. CDT Suriset
1 1:16 p.m. CDT Moonset
Sunday, Oct. 25, 2009
5:01 a.m. CDT High tide I.98 Feet
6:57 a.m. CDT Sunrise

5:pm. CT o tie 0.13 Feet
6:06 p.m. CDT Sunset
7:43 p.m. CDT 1 st Quarter moon

WOVOFFO BOath
Thursday Oct. 22, 2009
6:54 a.m. CDT Sunrise
10:45 a.m. CDT Low tide 0.1 1 Feet ,
1 1:16 a.m. CDT Moonrise
6:08 p.mn. CDT Sunset
9:25 p.m. CDT Moonset
1 1:15 p.m. CDT High tide 1.80 Feet
Friday, Oct. 23, 2009
6:55 a.m. CDT Sunrise
1 1:40 a.m. CDT Low tide 0.17 Feet .
12:05 p.m. CDT Moonrise
6:07 p.m. CDT Sunset
,10:20 p.m. CDT Moonset
Saturday, Oct. 24, 2909
12:10 a.m. CDT High tide 1.74 Feet
6:56 a.m. CDT Sunrise
12:27 p.m. CDT Low tide 0.25 Feet
12:48 p.m. CDT Moonrise
6:06 p.m. CDT Sunset


11!:16 p~.CDT M onet
Sunday, Oct. 25, 2009
1:09 a.m. CDT High tide 1.66 Feet
6:56 a.m. CDT Sunrise
1:00 p.m. CDT Low tide 0.37 Feet
1:26 p.m. CDT Moonrise
6:05 p.m. CDT Sunset
7:43 p.m. CDT 1 st Quarter moon


- Sports SIDELINE


FWC REPORT


Santa Rosa's Press Gazette A7


SportS


Wednesday, October 21, 2009


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.

Orthopedic exams: The Andrews
Institute for Orthopaedies & Sports
Medicine is now providing free
orthopedic 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 football season. Students may check
in frorn 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.sr-pressgazette.com. Look for the
box: called "Thinzgs to Do." There, you
Ican check on activities by ZIP code or
type. You are welcome to enter your
events there.


Rotary 5K: The Milton Rotary Club
will hold its 3rd Annual 5K on Saturday,
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 Friday and will be $25
for adults and $20 for children Saturday.
Race time is 9 a.m., and buses will begin
loading at 8 a.m. at Milton City Hall. An
after-party with food and drink will be
at Blackwvater Bistro following the race.
Early packet pickup will be Oct. 23 at
Blackwater Bistro from 5-7 p.m. .

Haunted Hayride in East Milton:
East Milton Youth Association will have
its.3rd annual Haunted Hay Ride on
Saturday, Oct 24. Rides start at dark, $2 ~
per person to ride. Come take a scary
Srids through East Milton Ball Park. Kids
can enjoy time in a bounce house while
waiting to ride. All proceeds benefit East
Milton Youth Association.

Arrowhead Junior Golf event in
Destin: Junior golfers ages 12-18 are
invited to compete in the Fifth Annual
AJGT Kelly Love Showcase Classic at
Indian Bayou Country Club in Destin,
Saturday and Sunday, Nov. 7-8. AJGA
tournament exemptions are offered


to Boys and Girls Champions, and the
two-day, 36-hole tournament is ranked
by the National Junior Golf Scoreboard.
College coaches are invited to attend,
and results from the tournament are
e-mailed to collegiate golf programs
throughout the country. The tournament
entry deadline is Saturday, Oct. 24, at 6
p.m. To enter, please call 850-650-6331
or register online at www~arrowheadjgt.
comn.

Rotary Raffle: The Milton Rotary
is holding a raffle for a Weatherby
Vanguard 270 Bolt-Action Rifle with
Bushnell Scope and Gun Case. Cost
is $10 per ticket, and only 350 tickets
will be sold, with proceeds to benefit
scholarships and other charitable
projects. The drawing will be held Nov.
20. To buy tickets, contact a Milton
Rotary Club member or call 288-0037.

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 buy tickets,
visit MicKenzie Motors in Milton or
contact Linsey Williamson at 850-983-
5466 or miltonparks@ymail.com. With
each ticket purchase, donors receive a


to Escambia and Santa
Rosa counties responded
to a request for assistance
from the Escambia County
Sheriff's Office to the area
around the Gulf Power Plant
on the Escambia River. A
murder suspect fled from his
worksite at the power plant
when Escambia deptaties
attempted to serve an
.arrest wai-rant. The power
plant is adjacent to the
University of West Florida
campus, causing the school
to lockdown. K-9 officers
responded to search the river
swamp around the power
plant and university. FWC
officers assisted with setting
and monitoring a perimeter
on the Escambia River. ~After
several hours and negative
results with K-9 searches,
the search was halted. The
suspect, Bruce Day, was
later apprehended.

ESCAMBIA
COUNTY COPS
Captain Mary Sumner, Lt.
Mark Hollinhead and Officer
Howard Jones attended
the quarterly bear issues
committee meeting. During
the meeting with Northwest
Regional biologists, wildlife
technicians and public
Information specialists,
updates on ongoing public
Outreach, bear-aversion
training for FWC personnel
and local law enforcement'
and recent nuisance bear
issues were discussed.

Officer Andy IMaltais
participated in a public safety
day at Woodham Middle
School in Pensacola. Maltais
set up a display and spoke to
several children and parents
about the role of an FWC
o fcer.

Officers Steve Hoonies and
Kenneth Manning spoke to
a gollp of aproximately 25

in the Walnut Hill area. The
officers discussed hunter
safety and the various rules
concerning dove hunting.

SANTA ROSA COUNTY
Officers assigned to Santa
Rosa and Escambia Counties
worked the opening day of
dove season. Numerous. ~
hunters were checked, and
several were pleased with
the large number of birds
\ in the area. There were a
few violations noted. One
subject wras found hunting
with an unplugged shotgun
and received a citation.
Another man was charged
with hunting over a field
baited with corn.

OKALOOSA COUNTY
Officer Matt Webb
stopped a vessel in Destin
Pass to conduct a fishery
inspection. The inspection
revealed undersize trigger
fish. The captain of the
vessel was cited with the fish
violation.

FWC officers assigned


to Okaloosa and Walton
Counties worked a detail the
opening day of the first phase
of dove season. The detail
was organized-to maintain
compliance with migratory
bird rules and regulations.
During the detail, 93 hunters
were checked and several
warnings issued on minor
violations.

Officer Alan Kirchinger
and Captain Mary Sumner
were working a detail
on opening day of dove
season when they heard an
all-terrain vehicle (ATV)
operating within Blackwater
Wildlife Manag'ement Area.
The officers tracked down the
ATV and located the operator,
stuck almost waist-deep in
a clay pit. The subject was
issued a citation of unlawfully
operating an ATV within the
management area.

OKALOOSA
COUNTY COPS
Captain Mary Sumner
and Lt. Mark Hollinhead
attended the quarterly Air
Force Security Services
meeting concerning Eglin
Wildlife Management Area.
Increased development on
Eglin Air Force Base with
base realignment bringing
the 7th Special Forces group
and the F-35 Wing to Eglin
was discussed.

WALTON COUNTY
Officers Don Walker and
Espy Letcher were patrolling
private hunting leases
~when they encountered two
subjects trespassing. The
officers recently increased
patrols on the property

b reespuasse complin The
officers issued written
warnings to both subjects and
instructed them to exit the
property.

BAY COUNTY
Officers worked a detail
targeting the opening day
of dove season. Officers Joe
SChambers and David Brady
heard shooting coming from
an area and later found
about 30 hunters in a
grass field that was baited
with cracked corn. Lt.
Jay Chesser, Officer Mark
Clements and Reserve
SOfficer Jo'ey Miles responded
to assist. Fifteen citations
of hunting dove over bait
were issued, and several
written warnings were issued
to juveniles on the same
offense. As the officers were
wrapping up, several shots
were heard about a mile
away, and Clements and
Miles responded and located
two hunters on a clear-cut
hunting over cracked corn.
Each was issued a citation.

Officers Joe Chambers
and David Brady checked two
huriters who were shooting
doves over a dirt road
scattered with bait. Citations
of hunting dove over bait
were issued.


This report represents
some events the Florida Fish
and Wildlife Conservation
Commission Northwoest
Region handled Oct. 2-
8, however, it does not
include all actions taken
by the Division of Law
Enforcement.

GADSDEN COUNTY
Officer Ben Johnson
received information from
Officer Alton Ranew in
reference to an individual
taking gopher tortoises.- .
Johnson located the suspect's
residence, and he and Lt.
Harry Parker interviewed the
individual. The officers seized
six live gopher tortoises
located behind the subject's
home and two dressed
tortoises in the freezer inside
the home. The subject was
cited with illegal possession
of gopher tortoises and
driving on a suspended
license

.Officer Shon Brower
cited two Liberty County
men with taking a wild hog
during the closed season. The
men admitted to taking the
hog from the Apalachicola
National Forest.

FRANKLIN COUNTY
Officer John Allen was
conducting license and
fisheries inspections in
the Bald 1Point State Park.
During one inspection, Allen
found an angler in possession
of undersize mangrove
snapper and red drum, as
well as over-the-bag limit
on red drum. The angler
wa~s issued a misdemeanor
citation on the undersize

ondth uu~esz I Ingr ng4
snapper (released alive) and .
the bag-limit violation on the
red drum.

On the night of Sept. 28,
SOfficer Clhasen Yarborough

c d cte a -d ch
Sand-rescue mission in
Apalachicola Bay in the
area of Porter's oyster ~bar.
A 15-foot commercial oyster
vessel occupied by two
individuals had been reported
overdue. Utilizing night vision
equipment, the officers began
a search grid just west of
Porter's oyster bar. With no
vessels in sight, pilot Frank
Utermohlen was summoned
Sto assist in the search
from the air, along with
another commercial oyster
vessel. Just before 1 a.m.,
Yarborough and Wood spotted
a signal fire on board the
overdue vessel. After arriving
at the overdue vessel and
ascertaining that the motor
would not start and that no
one was in need of medical
attention, the disabled vessel
was towed into E~astpoint.

On the night of Sept. 30,
Officers Travis Huckeba, John
Allen and Jason Carroll were
on water patrol in the area qf
Lanark Reef. Utilizing night
vision equipment, the officers


located a gill net boat fishing
the area. During an attempt
to stop the vessel, one of the
crewmen pushed the illegal
gill net overboard. After the .
vessel was stopped and the
illegal net-was retrieved from
the water, the two fishermen
admitted to the officers
that the net was theirs. The
twq fishermen were each
charged with possession
of a gill or entangling net,
possession of a net with
inesh size larger than 2-inch
stretch, possession of a gill
oreritangling net on a vessel
under 25 feet in length with
the motor in the forward half
of the vessel, and carriage of
a gill or entangling net across
state waters. Felony charges
are also pending the outcome
of the measurement of the
net's square footage.

LEON COUNTY
Officers Matt Bell and Jeff
Babauta located a dove field
in southern Leon County that
was baited before the opening
of dove season. Surveillance
was set up on the field over
opening weekend, but no one
showed up. The following
Monday, four individuals
showed up and started
hunting and shooting dove.
the o iers cte R th keubjects
migratory birds over bait.
One individual was cited the
prior year with the same
violation.

JEFFERSON COUNTY
U.S. Fish and Wildlife
K-9 Officer Eddie Brannon
was assisting Lt. Harvey in
SAucmla Wildlife Management
Area checking archery
hunters. Officers stopped
two trucks ejriting the
management area near the
snk ae. Whl eHaBv~ nwans

walked his narcotics-
deectin s 9 partner around

for the presence of narcotics,
and $ subsequent search
revealed the hunters in
possession of less than 2(5
grams of cannabis and drug
paraphernalia. The subjects
were cited with the violations.

Lt. Kent. Harvey received
information of individuals
hunting deer over bait in
Aucilla Wildlife Management
Area. Upon his arrival, the
subjects had left, but Harvey
found several subjects fishing
on' one of the eritry roads in
the management area. While
conducting fishing license
Inspections on four subjects,
Harvey noticed an odor of
cannabis coming from the
truck of one of the individuals
fishing. Further investigation
revealed two of the subjects
in possession of less than 20
grams of cannabis and none of
the ~subjects in possession of a
valid fishing license. Subjects
were cited with the fishing
license violations and
possession of cannabis.

ESCAMVBIA COUNTY
FWC officers assigned















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Royals fall to Seahawks in Ditit1- ots


PACE 16,l RKKARDS 12





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"I'm proud of them for com-
ing back after that emotional
loss last week," Barron said.
On Jay's second possession,
the Seahawks knodcked the ball
loose, with Charles Whitfield
making the recovery. .
With the ball on the 29-yard
line, South Walton's Dennis
Smith found Andrew Priest in
the left corner of the end zone
for a 29-yard strike. .,
Late in the second quarter,
the Seahawks came up with an-
other turnover with Chris Shock
intercepting a Royal pass in the
end zone. The Seahawks picked
up a first down, but time ran out


By TINA HARBUCK ,
Floridfz Freedom Newspapers
South Walton's Bryant Adams
rushed for 108 yards, including a
64-yard sprint to the end zone, to
lead the Seahawks in a 12-7 win
over visiting Jay in a District 1-A
contest on Friday. .
"Bryant's big break ivas the
differehee," South Walton coach
David Barron said. *
Late in the third quarter,
Adams broke loose, shaking off
several tackles for a 64-y~ar~d run
to the end zone to give the Se-
ahawks a 12-0 advantage.
"I was sprinting," Adams


.said. "I wasn't about to slow
up, after I about got caught last
.week at Freeport."
This was Adams' second long
~TD' run in two weeks. Against
Freeport last week, Adamns
.dashed 53.yards for the score.
"We took ourselves out of
good situations two times to-
night," Barron said.
''We can't do that in these
garh~es. We've got to get the job
done."
The win boost's the Seahawks
~to 6-1 overall and 5-1 in District
1-A. South Walton suffered its
first loss last week to Freeport
in the "Battle of the ~Bay."


for the first half.
In ~the third quarter, Shock
picked off his second pass of the
night and returned this one for
27 yards before he was taken
down at the 29-yard line.
Six plays later, the Beahawks
were rambling into the end zone
with Adams shaking off Roy-
als for a 64-yard sprint and six
points. The two-point attempt
failed.
In the fourth quarter, the
Royals scored on a 10-play drive
with Hunter Boutwell scoring on
a 9-yard run up the middle.
Jay had the ball once more,
but South Walton's Jonathan


Duncan dropped the quarter-
back for a 7-yard loss.
South Walton got the ball
back with 2:39 left to play. The
Seahawks made two first downs
and then ran out the clock.
For the game, South Walton
rushed for 206 yards and held
Jay to 112 on the ground. Jay
Gatto picked up 49 yards, and
Shock 29.
Jay was led by Chris Carri-
gan with 48 yards.
Smith .completed three of
11 passes for 34 yards and one
touchdown, while Jay's Stephen
.Brabham completed three of 10
for 75 yards.


By KEN BARNES ~-
SSpecial to the Press Gazette
Pace's Patriots (3-3) put
together a nifty- 12-play drive
late in the final quarter to seal
a hard-folight 16-12 win over '
visiting,Tallahassee Rickards
(3-2)' Friday night.
In (1 Homecoming contest
marred with penalties, both
squads had ample opportunities
throughout to take control' of the
game, but neither could sustain
enough momentum with point-
producing drives. .
Rickards hadl an opening kick-
off called back, and from there
the visitors saiv themselves at
the mercy of the yellow flags.
Although the Raiders jumped
out on top 6-0, Pace roared back
on the enstiing kickoffto answer.


Junior Zach Hill's safety of a
Rickards fourth down punt ead~y
in the third closed the score to
12-9.
Senior Jbsh Reeves took
over the quarterback reins
after David Casey left the game
win an injury. The senior drove
Pace to the Raider 12 early in
the fourth, but Pace coughed up
the ball to end the potential go-
ahead score.
The Patriot defense, led
by Damian Thomas, Isaiah
McElrath, Phillip Hayes and
Hunter Wlyrosdick, buckled
down and held the Raiders on
downs on Tallahassee's final
possession.
Pace would get the ball back
to set up the winning touchdown.
Hunt's scamper from to
yards out and with just 50 ,


Hunt's plunge fr~om two yards out.
culminated the drive, and Greg
Peranich's fuln to the goal line saw
Pace take the lead 7-6. ..


period on an aerial from Terry
Johnson to Brian Clark covering
20j yards.


the Panther 2-yard line.
MWatt Hutchison powered
the ball into the end zone
with 7:14 left to pull the Bull-
dogs to within three points.
Hendrix also had a fum-
ble recovery and a couple of
big sacks to carry the Crest-
view defense.
Chris Pickett and Ty~ler
He'nderson also had inter-
ception for the Bulldogs.
Ritchie finished the night
with 190 yards passing and
added another 40 yards'on
the ground.
McClure had 70 yards re-
.ceiving, and Coleman had 82.
Floyd, finished night 14-
of-22 through the air for 193
yards and a touchdown. He
also threw three intercep-
tions, one of which was on a
Hail Mary pass as the game
ended. Floyd also led the
Panthers with 32 yards rush-
ing.
Johnson had four catches
for 82 yards to lead the Mil-
ton receiving corps.


By RANDY DICKSON
Florida Freedom Newspapers
MILTON Blake Ritchie
hit B.J. McClure with a 30-
yard touchdown pass with
14 seconds left: in. the game
as Crestview shocked previ-
ously undefeated MIilton 21-
17 on Friday
Flushed out of the pock-
et on a third down-and-10
~froml thle Panther 30,. Ritchie
scrambled down the right
sideline and thuerew back
across his body to a wide-
open M~cClur;, who. had
found an open seam around
the 10. McClure did the
rest, scooting the remaining
yards into the end zone for
the wining score. I
Moments earlier, it looked
as though the Panthers (5-1)
would avoid the upset when
they came away with a Bull-
dog fumble at their own 11.
Crestview's defense then
did their job forcing a three-
and-out to set upi the final


punt led' to a wild scramble
by Casey Freeman, who hit
found Dustin H~iarscher for a
33-yard touchdown pass.
Crestview (4-2) t~ied the
game early in the third quar-
ter after the Bulldogs recov;-
ered~apoochldek and Ritchie
teamed with McClure for.a
19-yard scoring pass..
Milton responded with
a 46-yard touchdown pass
from Floyd to Tyrler ~John-
son .
'A Panther field goal
pushed the lead to 17-7 with:
16 seconds left in, the third
quarter. .
But that would be all the
scoring for the Panthers.
Th~e fourth quarter belonged
to the Bulldogs.
Levi Hendrix intercepted
a Floyd pass at the Panther
41 to put the Bulldogs in
business.
A pair of passes friom
Ritchie to Artis Coleman
coupled with a face mask
penalty moved Crestview to


,. Bll GAMB1HLIMI~ess Gazette
Patric ~loyd looks up field on a big gain as a pack of
Bulogs are c ose bein .


drve that started with: 55
seconds left in game. .
Early on,. it looked as
though M~ilton would roll to
its sixth straight win.
Starting their first pos-
session on their own 15 after
a Bulldog punt, the Pahthers
drove the length of the Ifield
behind the running and
passing of M~att Floyd.
It looked as though Floyd
had scored the game's first
touchdown on g 21-yard run


with five mi~inutes left in the
first quarter, but a false-start
penalty against the Panthers
negated the TD. Two plays
later, the Panthers fumbled,
and Crestview recovered to
end the drive.
MVilton picked up the first
score of the game with 4:44
left in the first half when ev-
erything that could go wrong
for the Panthers ended up
going right.
A botched snap on a


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Twov of the stronger
volleyball programs
in Santa Rosa County
squared off Thursday,
and Milton was on the
short end of the net.
Gulf. Breeze came to
IMilton and swept the
Lady Panthers 25-19, 25-
8 and 25-15.
Veronica French reg-
istered 13 kills, while
Haley Hyler 'had nine
digs, and Ashton Baker-
dished out 13 assists.
Milton fell to 16-2 on
the season, while Gulf
Breeze~ improved to 17-2
on the year.
The rematch between
the two teams will be
Thursday, Oct. 22, in Gulf
Breeze.
In other volleyball ac-
tion: Central recorded its
eighth win of the season
by defecting Bethlehem
25-16, 25-16 and 25-18.
Sarah Forsythe led
Central with seven kils
and five .assists, while
iMegan Donald recorded
12 digs.
As. a team, Central
recorded 18 aces, led by.
Brittany Forsythe with
Ssix.
In Pensacola, it took
f ive sets for the Lady Ti-
gers to, defeat Pace, 13-
25, 26-24, 25-8, 22-25 and
15-9.
After 'coming out,
strong to win game one,
the Lady Patriots (10-12)
iverit toe to toe with the

Pae o'de fore
fifth set, but the Tigers
were just a little too
much for the Lady Pa-
triots.
Brittany .Steele led
Pace with~ 12 kills. Lay-
uryn Arnzen registered
18 assists.
Arnzen and Chitlyn'
Bizba each had five digs,
while Steele had seven
aces.
In golf on Thursday,
the Pace Patriots look
to be finding their stroke
with awin over ensaco-
la Catholic and Milton in
a three-team meet.
Tyler I~ava took low
medalist honors with a
round of 33, while J.D.
Cobb carded a 34, Ben
Ervin carded a 36, Reid
Haney cared a 38, and
David Feliciano carded a
40 as the Patriots posted
a team score of 141.
Troy Doss led Milton
with a round of 35, while
Colin Cahil led Catholic
with a round of 36.


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Despite the wrinter-like weather, visi-
tors flocked to thle station, as the train
depot volunteers put on a show for the
spectators.
George Wilson, a three-vear volun-
teer veteran at the L&N said it took a
lot of work to put on the event, but was
glad to see it happen. -
"It's been a lot of work keeping the
building up and getting ready for the
celebration, but it's been a blast," said
Wilson.
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Santa Rosa Democratic DEC'. For in-
formation and ticket purchases, please
contact Pat Swanson at 850-936-8704.

Santa's Worbshop filling up fast
Santa will be making an early appear-
Sance, this year, at "Santa's Workshop
Craft Fair" taking place at the Navarre
Conference Center on Nov. 21st from 9
a.m --4 p.m., sponsored by The Navarre
Garden Club.
Santa will be on hand from 11 a.m.-2
p.m. to listen~ to your child's requests,
andl have :his picture taken with your
child. .
Local artists and craftsmen and ven-
dors will be showing and selling their
wares,~ and' lovely t'hristmas Gifts and
decorations
Ye Olde` Bake Shoppe will be offer-
ing home baked breads, cakes, pies and
goodies for the holidays. (Remember
Thanksgiving is the~following week) And
there will be treats and goodies that can
be eaten on the spot.
This is a 'don't miss' opportunity to
find that perfect unique gift for someone
special.
Booths are filling up fast, so send
your application in. Booths are $40 in-
side or out. Call Lynn at 939-0329 or Gin-
ger: at 396-5494 or e-mail geisele@mchsi.
com for an application.


Cancer Awareness for WomeH
Dr. John W. Ervin OB/GYN will pres-
ent Cancer Awareness for Women What
to ask your Doctor at Woodbine United
IVMethodist Church, 5200 Wo~ddine Road,
Pace, FL on Oct. 22, 2009 beginning at
6:30 p.m. Refreshments and Nursery
will be available.
Contact Melissa Bianca at 850-7481
1112 or at jbmmab@bellsouth.net for
further information.

.ity Of Milt0R t0 mO9)
The City of Milton Parks and Recre-
ation Committee will meet on Monday'
October 26 at 8:30 a.m. in Conference
Room B of City Hall, ~6738 Dixon Street.
For further information on t~he meeting'
contact the City Manager's Office at 983
5411. All meetings are opeh to the pub-
lic.

.iefferSon/lJackson dinner
A Jefferson/Jackson. Gourmet Din-
ner will be held at the Mlilton Gai'den
Club, 5756 Alabama ;Street, MVilton,. FL
on Friday, Oct.,30 at 6 p.m. The sit-down
dinner will include a fivek-course meal.
The ticket price is $50 per person. Rhett
Bullard, 1st Vice President of the Flor-
ida Democratic Party, is the keynote
speaker.~ Thiis event is sponsored by the


The Santa Rosa Coun-
ty' Health Department
(SRCHD) will offer free
smoking cessation classes
at both the north and south
end of the county beginning
Oct. 20.
SRCHD is partnering
with the West Florida Area
Health Education Center
(AHEC) to offer this service
to the community atno cost.
Classes are open to all San-
ta Rosa County residents
and smokeless tobacco us-
ers are also welcome. Par-
ticipants can choose from a
~1-2 p.m. class in Midway or
a 5:30 -6:30 p~m. class in Mil-
ton, with both being held on
'Tuesdays.
"We were able to of-
fer this class for the past
year and had such a great


response that we are do-
ing it again. AHEC has an
Excellent program and we
are happy to able to con-
tinue providing this free
class to Santa Rosa County
residents,": said Julie Klein,
MBA, Health Educator
Consultant with the health
department..
SThe classes in the north
end of the county will be
held at the Santa Rosa
SCounty Health Department
at 5527 Stewart Street in
Milton. The classes at the
south end will be held at the
Santa Rosa County Health
Department at 5840 Gulf
Breeze Parkway, across the
Street from the South Santa
Rosa County Annex build-
ing,
According to the World


Health Organization, to-
bacco use is one of the main
risk factors in numerous
chronic diseases, includ-
ing cardiovascular disease,
heart disease and inultiple
types of cancer. In Santa
Rosa County; 23.5 percent'
of adults currently smoke
and the county has one of
the worst smoking rates in
the state (2007 Behavioral
Risk Pactor Surveillance
Systemm. Smoking cessa-
tion has both short and long
term benefits that increase
quality of life.
If you would like niore in-
formation about the smok--
ing cessation class offered
Sat the SRCHD or for media
inquiries, please contact
Julie Klein at 850-983-5200
extension 142.


Special to the Press Garzette

September Births
Amy acid Ken Kunst-


mann, a son, Keith An-
thony Kimstmann, born
Friday, Sept. 25, 2009.
Elizabeth Bishop, a son,<
lan Viktor Kaine' Bishop,
born Friday, Sept. 25,2009.
Kathryn' McGlasson, a
daughter,. Ellicanna Kris-
sty Sampson, born Tu~es-
day, Sept. 29, 2009
Ale ander O ,wella Poo
ell, born Tuesday, Sept. 29,
2009.
October Births
Bobbie L. and Adam W.
Palmer, a daughter, Ad-
dison Lillie Palmer, born
Sunday, Oct. 4, 2009.
Rhonda A. and Shan-
non D. Harper, a son, Zan-
der Blain Harper, born
Sunday, Oct. 4, 2009.


Monica IM. Gunter and
Ernest L. Thompson, Jr.,
a daughter, Mlakayrla Anne
Thompson, born Thurs-
day, Oct. 8, 2009.
Juanita M. and Mi-
chael W. Greenhalgh, II, a
daughter, Cheyenne Tay;-
lor-Rayne Greenhalgh,
born Thursday, Oct. 8,
20oos
Ashlee and James
Delemen, a daughter, Bren-
na Grace Delezen, born
Saturday, Oct. 10, 2009.
Amanda Danielle
Smith, a daughter, IMela-
nie Ryane Smith, born
Monday, Oct. 12, 2009..
Christine Diane and
Robert Corbin Smith, Jr.,
a daughter, Marley Mae
Smith, born Monday, Oct.
12, 2009.


SBiologists with the Flori-
da Fish andWildlifeConser-
vation Commission's (FWC)
Fish and Wildlife Research
Institute and the Univ~ersity
~of Florida need assistance
with a statewide large mouth
bass research study.


This year-long project
is an .interactive way for
the public to help biologists
obtain critical information
necessary to manage the
largemouth bass fishery for
quiaity and ltrophy-sized fish..
From this study, biologists
hope to learn how fr~equent-
ly bass are caright and har-
vested. \
Beginning this moth,
biologists are tagging large-
mouth bass with small, y~el-
low tags along the back of
the fish just below the dor-
sal ~fm. These tags carryr a
printed telephone nuinber,
e-mail address, tag number
and reward value.
Anglers ~should care-
fuly examine all bass
caught in Florida lakes for
reward tags, as biologists
will tag Efsh in numerous
lakes throughout the state.
Biologists encourageaan-
glers to r-emove these tags
by cutting them ~as close to
the fish as possible and then
treat the fish as they would
normally. Once :anglers
remove a tag, they should
immediately report: it to the
FWNC Angler Tag Return~
Hotline at 800-367-4461 or e-
.m:Hl Tag~eturn NiFC.
Anglers participating in
the study will receive a re-
ward for each largemouth
bass tag they return to the
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Special to the Press Gazette
The U.S. Department
of Agriculture's Natural
Resources Conservation
Service (NRCS) in Florida
has set a cutoff date of Oct.
30, 2009, to submit applica
tions for several voluntary
conservation programs that
may help eligible partici -
pants pay for conservation
practices to prevent soil ero-
sion, improve water quality,
restore wetlands and pro-
vide habitat for wildlife.
The Environmental
Quality Incentives Program

pero )nisthat arvds adoi
nancial and technical as-
Ssistance to` farmers and
ranchers who face threats
to soil, water, air, and re-
lated natural resources on
Their land. Through EQIIg
NRCS develops contracts
with agricultural producers
to voluntarily implement
conservation practices to
.address environmental
natural resource problems.
Persons engaged in live-
stock or agriculttiral pro-
duction and owners of non-
industrial private forestland
are eligible for the program.
Eligible land includes crop-
Sland, rangeland, pasture-
lan~d, private non-industrial
forestland, and other farm
or ranch lands.
The Wildlife Habitat In-
cen~tive Program (WHIP)
Sis a voluntary program for
developing or. improving
high quality habitat that
.supports fish and- Wildlife
populations of National,


State, Tribal, and local sig-
nificance. Through .WHIT
the NRCS provides techni-
cal and financial assistance
to private and 'Iibal land-
owners for the development
of upland, wetland, aquatic,
and other types of wildlife
habitat.
The Wetlands Reserve
Program (WRP) provides
technical and financial as-
sistance to private landown-
ers and Tr~ibes to restore,
protect, and enhance wet-
lands in exchange for retir-
ing eligible land fromn agri-
culture.
PoT Gra lndisResewoe
gram for landowners and
operators to protect grazing
uses and related conserva-
tion values by conserving
grassland, including range-
land, pastureland, shru-
bland, and certain other
lands.
SNRCS encourages inter-
estedi parties to visit with
our staff assoon as possible.
.Applicants who apply early
have more time to resolve
any program or land eligi-
bility issues.
Although applications
are accepted on a continu-
ous basis, Florida .NRCS
has established a cut-off
date of October 30, 2009 for
evaluation and ranking of
eligible applications for the
2010 program year.
For more information
on conservation assistance
contact your local NRCS
jField Office at 850-623-3229
extension 3 or www.fl~nres.
usda.gov/contact/index


it can be safely operated. In no case
should a boater try to power his boat
out of a sea grass bed when grounded.
This can cause extensive damage to
these sensitive habitats."
Sea grass also provides critical hab-
itat for animals such as wading birds,
manatees and sea itrtles. Further, it
improves water quality; Sea grass fil-
ters nutrients from land-based indus-
trial discharge and stormwater runoff
before these nutrients are washed out
to sea and to other sensitive habitats,
such as coral reefs. Ocean-bottom ar-
eas that are devoid of sea .grass are
vulnerable to intense wave action from
currents and storms. With no sea grass .
to stabilize the ocean bottom, Floridai's
beaches, businesses and homes can
suffer greater damage from storms.
In addition to being watchful for sea
grass, boaters should be cognizant of
the water depth. Navigational charts
can help boaters know water depths.
Boaters should remain in marked
channels as much as they can and
avoid sea grass beds when they leave
channels.


Special to The Press Gazette
Under new legislation aimed at pro-
tecting sea grass in Florida's aquatic
preserves, the Florida Fish and Wild-
life Conservation Commission (FWC)
will educate boaters on the importance
.of the plants. After a suitable education
period, officers will begin citing boaters
who intentionally destroy sea grass in
a careless manner that scars sea grass
beds within an aquatic preserve. This
is anoncriminal infraction. .
Sea grass scarring results because
of operating a motorized vessel irr a
way that damages or desgtroys plants'
roots, shoots or stems. The scarring is
commonly referred to as prop scars or
propeller scars.
"I can't. emphasize enough how
important sea grass is to marine life,"
said Capt. Mark Warren of the FWC.
"Approximately 80 percent of Florida's
fisheries species spend.at least part of
their life cycles in spa grass. If you like
to ~fish, or like seafood, you should like
and preserve sea grass."
Sea grass is a submerged, grass-


.like plant that inhabits the shallow
coastal' waters of Florida. Sea grass
meadows are an important but often
overlooked habitat for many of Flori-
da's recreationally and commercially
important marine life, such as fish,
crabs and clams. Many species of ju-
venile fish use sea grass as cover from
larger predators. A single acre of the
aquatic plant community can support
as many as 40,000 fish and 50 million
invertebrates.
Warren recommends that boaters
be watchful for the deep green, sea
grass beds as they ply the waters of
the state. If a boater does run aground
on a sea grass bed or sees the~propel-
ler is stirring up plant and sand debris,
Warren says the boater can minimize
the damage.
'"The boater should stop his boat.
If the water depth is sufficient to al-
low the engine to continue pumping
cooling water without ingesting dirt or
debris, he can allow the engine to cool
for a minute or two. Then, the boater
should tilt his engine, and push, paddle
or pole his boat to deeper water, where


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Local


B6 | Santa Rosa's Pres e


FL; DUI. 9/18/09
Lyons-Davis, Ashley
Jaise; Female; 25; 6765
Paso De Cortez, Nanvarre,
FL; DUI Alcohol or Drugs
2nd Off, Refuse to Submit
to DUI Test. 9/18/09
,Se'roggs, Sarah Au-
brey; Female; 23; 210 Ball
Lane, Brewton, AL; DUI.
9/19/09
Boone, Ray Glynn;
Male; 44; Margaret Rd,
Danavain, TX; DUI.
9/18/09
Belanger, Mlatthew
Dwight; Male; 18; 501
Maple Leaf Dr, Pensaco-
la, FL; Veh Theft-Grand
3rd.Degree. 9/21/09
Brown, Joshua Paul;
Male; 25; 1815 Lubbock
Rd, Gulf Breeze,, FL;
Dealing` in Stolen P op-
erty. 9/21/09
Helton, TimothyI Don-
ald; Male; 39; 2202 Wind
Trace Rd N, Navarrne,
FL; Fail to Report Name
or Residence Change.
9/21/09
Griener, Scott Allen;
Male; 38; 105C Brentwood
Lane, Crestview, FL; DUI
and Serious Bodily Injury
to Another. 9/22/09 .
Leverett, Dionysus
Marcellus; IVale; 35; 6604
Applegate ~St, Milton, FL;
Drive While License Sus-
pended Habitual Of~fend-
er. 9/22/09
Tucker, ~ .Michael
Allen; Madle; 42; 1523
Springvale Rd, Chat-
tanooga, TN; ~Probation
Violation-Felony or Com-
munity Contt. 9/22/09
Arreola, Francisco
Vasquez; Male; 26; 9212
Eagle Nest Dr #8, Na-
varre, FL; Fugitive From
Justice. 9/23/09
Brown, Joshua Paul;
Male; 25; 1815 Lubbock


Dwelling; Unarmed; No
Assault/Battery, Larceny
Petty 1st Off. 9/23/09
Baker, Nickie D;
Male; 45; 5362 Lakewood
Dr., Mlilton, FL; DUI.
9/23/09
Guynn, Ryan Adam;
Male; 19; 1779 Briza Del
Mar Dr, Navarre, FL;
Damage Prop-Criminal
Mischief Over $200 -
Under $1,000, Burglary
Unoccupied Conveyance
Unarmed, Larceny Theft
is $300 or More But Less
Than $5000. 9/24/09
Smith, Terrell 'De-
mario; Male; 26, 1053
Choctaw St, Mobile, AL;
Larceny Petty 1st De-
gree Property 100 to Und
300 Dollars, Public Order
Crimes-Use of False ID
Adversely Affects Anoth-
er. 9/24/09 .
Triliegi, Bruno; Male;
48; 915 Sara Dr, Shalimar,
FL; Drive While License
Suspended 1st Off, Drugs-
Possess New Legend
Drug WO Prescription (2
counts), Drugs-Produce-
Produce Methamphet-
amine, Cocaine-Possess
(2 counts), Drugs-Pos-
sess-Cntrl Sub WO Pre-
scription (4 counts), Nar-
cotic Equip-Possess' And
or Use (3 counts)
Clark, Jerry Robert;
Male; 42; 1021 Wild IRoost
Rd, Gulf Breeze, FL; DUI.
9/24/09
Depriest, David An-
thony; Male; 33; Wild-
flower, Milton, FL; Drive
While License Suspend-
ed 1st Off, Drugs Deliv-
ery/Distribution Deliv-
ery 'Methamphetamine.
9/24/09
Cotton, Raven Holley;
Female; 21; 7775 Erudi-
tion Ave, Milton, FL; DUI.


9/24709
Frenk, Arthur Jona-
than; Male; 22; 6500 Out-
er Dr, Milton, FL; DUI.
9/24/09
Goff, Justin Arlen;
Male; 25; 4351 Railroad
St, Pace, FL; DUI. 9/24/09
Pyles, Garr'y Richard;
Male; 54; DUI, DUI and
Damage Property. 9/23/09
Hunt, Stacy Jo; Fe-
male; 33; 201 Sessions St,
Milton, FL; Prob Viola-
tion-Felony or Commty
Cont. 9/25/09
Kilburn, B arth
Wayne; Male; 50; 5052
Forest Tree Drive, Pace,
FL; DUI, Drugs Posses-
sion Controlled Substance
without Prescription (2
counts), Marijuana-Pos- ~
sess-Not More Than 20
Grams. 9/26/09
Parham, Katie Alison;
Female; 18; 5109 Potomac
Dr, Pace, FL; Battery-D/V
Touch or Strike, Battery-
On Officer Firefighter
EMT ETC, Resist Officer
With Violence. 9/27/09
Parker, Heather De-
nise; Female; 35; 6752 Ce-
dar Ridge Circle, Milton,
FL; Out- Of-State-Fug-,
Ref-E'gitive From Jus-
tice. 9/26/09
Ray, Randall Irwin;
Male; 34; 1785 Coral St,
Navarre, ~FL; Fraud-Sex
Pred Offender Possess
Altered, Sex Offender Vio-
lation-Failure to Register
as Required. 9/27/09
Sripromma, Michelle
Renee; Female; 41; 4245


Frasier Lane, Pace, FL;
Dritre While License Sus-
pended Habitual Offend-
er. 9/27/09
Bradley, Laurie Mi-
chelle; Female; 46; 6480
Sinclair- St, Milton, FL;
Fraudulent Use of Credit
Cards. No Date Given.
Capers Sr, Terry Je-
rome; Male; 43; Drugs-
Possess Controlled Sub
WO Prescription, M/ani-
juana-Possess Not More
Than 20 Grams, Drugs-
Traffic 4 Grams Less 30
KG Other Controlled Sub-
stance 9/26/09
Etheridge, Leslie
Andria; Female; 20; 7271
Mossy Oaks Dr, Navarre,
FL; Larceny Retail Theft
$300 More 1st Off. 9/25/09
Hicks, Jacqueline
Danielle; 'Female; 24;
8119 White Sands Blvd,
Navarre Beach, FL;
Drive while License Sus-
pended Habitual Offend-
er. 9/25/09~iUJDvne~~r

rell; Male; 16; 9726 Park-
er Lake Cir, Navarre, FL;
Possess of Weapon Or
Ammo By Fla Delinquent
Adult Felony. 9/211/09
Wall, Mary Lorretta;
Female; 41; 6724 Camelot
Rd, Milton, FL; Out-Of-
State-Fug-Ref Fugitive
From Justice. 9/27/09
Garten, Onetta Ann;
Female; 51; 4202 Bay-
cedar Lane, Pace, FL
Failure to Appear For
Felony Offense. No Date
Given.


Rd, Gulf Breeze, FL;
Burglary Unoccupied
Conveyance Unarmed,,
Larceny Theft is $300
or More But Less Than
$5000. 9/23/09
Cobb, Keeton Ten-
Snille; Male; 33; 9360 Nich-
ols Lake Rd, M~ilton, FL
Prob Violation-Felony or
Commty Cont. 9/23/09
Gentry Jr, Mark An-
thony; Male; 23; 4153 Wil-
lis Way, Milton, FL;; Drive
While License Suspend-
ed .Habitual Offender.
9/23/09
Hohn, Mark David;
Male; 48; 8250 Toledo St,
Navarre, FL; Sex Offend-
er Violations-Fail to {te-
port Name or Residence
Change, Fail to Comply
With Registration Law.
9/23/09
Monk, Justin Levon;
Male; 22; 7847 Fleetwood
Dr, Milton, FL; Prob Vio-
lation-Felony, or Commty
Cont. 9/23/09
Ward, Charles Ed-
ward; 53; 4556 Belleville
Court, Milton, FL; Bat-
ter-D/V Felony Battery
or Domestic Battery By
Strangulation. 9/23/09
Pardee, dhristopher
Scott; Male; 33; 8696 Rob-
inwood Dr, Milton, FL;
Burglary Unoccupied
Structure Unarmed, Lar-
ceny Grand Theft $10,000
or More Less Than
$20,000, Dealin'g in Stolen
Property, Damage Prop-
erty Criminal Mischief
$200 and Under, Burglary
Unoccupied Conveyance
SUnarmed, Larceny Theft
is $300 or More But Less
Than $5000. 9/23/09
Slack, Demahdric Di-
jion;.Male, 11; 8571 Whip-
porwill Rd, Milton, FL;
Burglary Of Unoccupied


The following arrests
were made beginzniag
Sept. 18 through Sept. 27,
2009:
Adams, Albert Antho-
ny; Male; 44; 6286 Mun-
son Highway, Milton, FL;
DUI Alcohol or Drugs 3rd
Violations within 10 years,
Refuse to Submit to DUI
Test, Drive While License
Suspended 3rd or Subse-
quent Off, Resist Officer-
Obstruct WO Violence.
9/19/09 -
.Key, Scott Gilbert;
Male; 32; 5263 COverbrook
Dr, Milton, FL; Sex~ As-
sault By 24 YOA Older
Sex Battery Victim 16 or
17 YOA. 9/18/09
1McLean, James, Ray;
Male; 34; No Address Giv-
en; Failure to Appear for
Felony Offense. 9/19/099
Reed, Michael An-
thony; Male; 25; 2201
Panhandle Trail, Na-
varre, FL; Battery-Touch
or Strike, Cruelty Toward
Child-At That Could Re-
sult In. Physical Mental
Injury. 9/18/09
Jones, James Craig;
Male; 49; 3220 Clemson
Rd, Gulf Breeze,' FL;
Fugitive From Justice.
9/19/09
Souffrqnt, Alexandra;
Male; 23; 1499 NE 118th
Terrace, Miami, FL; Pro-
bation Violation-Or Com-
munity Cont. 9/18/09
-Bergeron, Jackie
Earl; Male; 52; 6638 Trail
Ride North, Milton, FL;
DUI, Refuse to Submit tQ
DUI Test. 9/19/09 .
Busby, Francis Ed-
ward; Male; 29; 4420
Woodville Rd, Milton, FL;
DUI. 9/20/09
Warren, Michael
Walker; Male; 50; 2241
Bergren Rd, Gulf Breeze,


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Kani is inaugurating some spe-
cial programs that she feels will
be well received.
She will sook~ have customer
cards which will be used to keep
track of the services they receive
and share rewards for their loy-
alty and participation for her
services. Each time a service
is performed, whether it be a,
casual styling or a detailed pro-
cedure, th'e card will be punched
to record the service. And when
the fifth punch is made, the cus-
tomer will be entitled to a "sixth"
and free procedure.
.Of course a dollar value is
included in the reward, so that
the rewards are commensurate
with the services that have pre-.
viously been performed. Retail
~items will also be included in the
"punch" program with perhaps
rewards available after every
tenth acquisition. Client referral
will also be a part of the program
with rewards going to those who
refer two clients who actually
come in for services.
She says these programs are
significant in that they assist
both the customer and the busi-
ness. "W~e all need to find ways
to make the economy work for
us, and these programs are de-
signed with that in mind," she
said.
Kani loves her work, and it's
quite obvious. She is fulfilling a
lifelong dream .that she's har-
bored since the' fifth grade. "Get-
ting there wasn't easy," she said,
"but having arrived, I feel that
I'm one of the luckiest people in
the world." She also agreed that
if a person has a job they love,
they will never have to work a
day in their lives.
She says the slogan in her
salon that indicates, "Great love
and great achievements involve
great risks" tells the whole sto-
ry. "My risks have paid off," she
said, "and I'm. happy with the
love of family, the appreciation
of clients, and the professional
achievements I have made."
Telephone Kani at 850-380-
0401 or be in touch with her at
her Web site kanikini64@yahoo.
com to become involved in a nefy-
and exceptional relationship
with a hair dresser who not only
understands, but cares!
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What woman wouldn't love
the luxury of having her own
private hairdresser, relaxing in
a comfortable, one-on-one, rela-
tionship with a stylist'that some
clients are calling one of the ar-
ea's host distinguished and pro-
fessional hair color artists.
It's entirely possible since
Kani Archbell, .professional hair
color artist at private salon Mir-
ror Image, publicly announced
she is accepting new clients.
This is the first time in her
three years of private practice
that Kani has made a public invi-
tation to new clients in her "'ap-
pointment only" cosmetology
practice whiich is at 5785 Twisted
Oak Court in Ashmore Place.
Ashmore is on the east side, just
a hop, skip and jump beyond the
Five Points intersection on Chu-
muckla Highway north of Pace.
"Due to the economy and
other unforeseen circumstances
I have had a few people move
away and go to new jobs in other
Placess" Kani explained, "and of
course openings have occurred
as a result."
For that reason, and a reason-
able attempt to keep her clien-
tele fresh, is why she is inviting
new clients to her private prac-
tice. She began with an initial
125 clients, grew to as many as
190, but has down-sized due to
varying economic circumstanc-
es and her failure to engage in
public advertising-. .
Kani has been engaged as a
professional cosmetologist in
the Pace area since 1999, and
has worked for herself in various
capacities in other salons since
2001. But her desire to branch
out with a salon of her own came
within the last three years, and
she says it's the best thing that's
happened to her in her whole ca-
reer.
"Generally, the difference
between this shop and another
salon is that there's only one
person at a time in the shop, and
each feels comfortable and ap-
pr'eciative that all my attention
is focused entirely on them,"
Kani said.
"That's one of the biggest p~er-
sonal advantages of dealing with
clients individually," she contin-
ued. "It's more personal. And I
do have a close relationship with
all my clients." -
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Professional hair color artist Kani Arch bell at her private salon, Mirror Image, in Ashmore Place.


a time, the setting is one of in-
timacy. The latest hair maga-
zines as well as glamor and style
magazines are also available.
"And they are guaranteed to be
current," Kani said. "There's no
bigger turn off than to pick up a
magazine in a salon that's a year
or two (and maybe three) years
old, looking for new styles or new
ideas. The ones you'll find here
are always current."
It's not like many other sa-
lons in other ways as well. Per-
sonal services are accompanied
by mood music and' a pleasant,
quiet, -restive and relaxing en-
vironment, including an aroma
that's different from most public
hair salons. -*
She makes every effort to
cater to customers in a custom


fashion by carrying specific prod-
ucts that they individually need
or want, and now takes Master-
Card, Visa and debit cards in
an attempt to better serve their
needs.
Customer amenities have
been further enhanced through
the use of computerized details
that affect them individually. Cli-
ent records, including appoint-
ments and other details, are
at her fingertips and are easily
assessable to further accommo-
date other client programs that
might be available.
In fact the computer is a tool
that assists in other ways as
well. The Internet not only gives
Kani the capacity to engage in
continuing education online, but
is valuable to her in the event a


client wishes to explain a style
or concept that is otherwise
unavailable. The latest develop-
ments in styles and fashions are
immediately available if needed
through on line capabilities.
The shop which is designed
for only one customer at a time
is cozy ahd comfortable, and
Kani says it's far more than a
physical salon. "It's not just a
business to me," she will tell you
emphatically. "It's a symbol of
the personal relationship that I
have with each and every one of
my clients."
"Mirror Image," she said, ~"is
an image of what you see in the
mirror," and she insisted that
she wants that' image to be as
pleasing as possible. From the
attitudes mirrored in their re-


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that an action has been
filed against you and
that you are required to
serve ~a copy of your
written. defenses, if any,
to it on BRILL W. PUGH
whose address is 5245
Yancy Drive Pace, FL
32571 on or before No-
vember 05, 2009, and
file the original with the
clerk of this Court at
6865 Caroline St. Mil-
ton 32570, before serv-
ice on Petitioner or im- .
mediately thereafter. If
you fall to do so, a de-
fault may be entered
against you for the e-
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IN THE CIRCUIT
CUODU ALOFCIRTHUEIT,' I
RNDA FOR C N A
FLORIDA
\Case No.: 09-1611-DR
Division: E

BRILL WHITE PUGH,
Petitioner
and

CYNTHI ANN PUGH.

NOTICE OF ACTION
a FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
TO: CYNTHIA A. PUGH
5245 Yancy Drive,
Pace, FL 32571


DEATH IS BARRED.

The date of first publi-
cation of this notice is
October 14, 2009.

Arigela N. Warren, Es-
quire
Mc Con nau gh ha y,
Duffy, Cooniod, Pope
& Weaver
Florida Bar Nuamber:
0728632
RO. Box 3570FL351

T lpone: '(850)
Facsimile: ,(850)
432-0924 '
Attorney for Personal
Representative

Michhelse Ann Marie
G8u66Brusthce Cir3 63

Personal Representa-

101409
102109

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COURT FOR CI



CLIFORID M


ENFINGER.
Deceased

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(850) Because the adminis-,
.' trative hearing process
is designed to rede-
Representa- termine final agency
action on the applica-
FiNGER tion, the filing of a peti-
Lane tion for an administra-
32571 tive hearing may result
in a modification of the
permit and lease, or
even a denial of the ap-
plication. Accordingly,
2o tho p anm nce end
LOIAst uclion orn oher ac
N OF N-permit/lease until the
TA R-deadlines below for fil-
F NETing a petition for an ad-
ERIT rinistrative hearing er
toiseasiion of time have ex-

0 -eDF) Nt Under rule
impamily .106 Flrd dministrativ
E wtlnsCode, a person whose
with the substantial interests are
oaco-affected by the Depart-
development ment's action may also
g lt request an extension of
nted unless time to file a petition for
petition for an administrative hear-
tratv uhneda ing The Department.



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Personal
tive:
MARY R. ENF
4810 Keyser I
Pace, Florida
101409
102109
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DEPARTMENT
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sanctions, including WILL BE FOREVER October 14, 2009. mation set forth below
dismissal or striking BARRED. and must be filed
of pleadings. RONALD L. NELSON (received by the clerk)
NOTWITHSTANDING Florida Bar Nulmber in the Office of General
Dated: September 30, THE TIME PERIOD 280194 Counsel of the De-
2009. SET FORTH ABOVE, Attorney for Personal apartment at 3900 Com-
ANY CLAIM FILED Representative monwealth Boulevard,


TWO (2) YEARS OR 517 East Government Mail Station 35, Talla-
MORE AFTER THE Street hassee, Florida
DECEDENT'S DATE OF Pensacola, Florida 32399-3000.


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CLERK OF CIRCUIT
COURT
CIRCUIT COURT SEAL
By: Brenda Lambrisky
Deputy Clerk
100709
101409
102109
102809<
10/1261
10/1328
NOTICE OF INTENT
TO ISSUE
SNSVIRON MEENTTA L

The Department of En-
vironmental Protection
gives~ notice of its intent
ron isuere rc enviirono
vidual stormwater per
mt uender7 oar idoa
Statute~ F.S.), Ad nis e

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quest

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Wednesday October 21 9


1100
the Florida Adminis-
trative Code.

In accordance with
rules 28-106.111(2) and
62-1 10.106(3)(a)(4), pe-
titions for an adminis-
trative hearing by the
applicant must be filed
within 21 days of re-
celpt of this written no-
tice. Petitions filed by
any persons other than
the applicant, and
other than those enti-
tled to written notice
under section 1S2t t (

must be filed within 21
days of publication of
the notice or within 21
days of sllch notice, re-
gardless of the date of
publication.
Under section
120.60(3) of the Florida
Statutes, however, any ~
person who has asked
the Department for no-
tice of againcy action
may file a petition
within 21 days of such .
notice, regardless "of
the date of publication,

The petitioner shall
mail a copy of the peti-
tion to the applicants at
the address indicated
above at the time of fil-
ing. The failure of any
person to file a petition
for an administrative
hearing or pursue me-
diation as prodvded be-
low within the appropri-
ate, time period shall
constitute a waiver of
thosesrights. ,

A petition that disputes
the material facts on
which the Department's
action\ is bassid must
contain the following in-
formation:


1100 | | 1100
able for public Inspec-
tion during normal This Ordinance is on
business hours, 8:00 fie In the City Clerk's
a.ms. to 5:00 p.m,, Mon- office for inspection,
day through Friday, ex- Any Interested party
cept legal holidays, at may appear at: the
Department of Environ- meeting and be heard
mental Protection, 160 with respect to the pro-
Governmental Center, posed Ordinance.
Suite 201, Pensacola,
Florida32502-5794. This the 14th day of
~October 2009.


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hookups. 6461 Maddox
Road. $500 month,
$500 dep. 261-9131
Mllton
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6650 Avenida
De Galvez. Robedel
Est.,` Navarre, 3/2
$1,050. Near Water.
(850) 439-3007 (850)
777-8214
3/2 fenced back yard
w/stove & frig, w/d
hook up. Non-smoking
environment & no pets
In house. $600 dep.
$600 mth. 623-5481 No
HUD



Milton



Dream Home
For Rent
2,800 sf 3 br, 2.5 ba,
Cp Rernov,~ Att2C
+ Det 2CG, Spilt
Floor PI, Granite, Tile
Fir, Formal Liv & Din,
and much more
www.magnoliamgt.
com $1509/$1800
Call 850-723-3499
Milton
1cpeantsa hea J air

Mliton
e~A Wao r/D yer.
$650 mo. $650 down
(850) 623-8365.
Milton
Like New
3/2 w/garage.
$25 mth-$80 sidree
501-0273 or5297899
Pace
NEW LISTING! 3/2, liv-
ing room, den, laundry
room, covered .back
porch, fenced back
adinand 1 0g stnoerge
horhood. $750 month,
Some pets allowed.
626-2606
Rental house 'ready
now, 3 bdrms 2 bath
brick, double car gar-
age, fenrced, fireplace
$800 mo. + $800 dep.
$200 pet dep 5395 Bar-
colona St. Pace (850)
698-8337 Iv msg



2 bedrlomO mobile
hmie. 5796` Cactus
981-1631
2/1 on private, fenced
lot. Ice maker refrigera-
tor, D/W, CH & A, total
electric. Quiet neigh-
borhood. $485 month,
$485 dep. 995-6188,
leave message



312do ble widea rof v
dryer hookup. Water &
trs serv ee. so 'pets

monthly. 981-1865


10/21/09(1)
1911222 Dewitt Nobles
Clty Clerk
Legal 10/1321
1019(1)


NOTICE OF PRO- 1U2
POSED ORDINANCE
ENACTMENT
TO WHOM IT MAY 10
CONCERN:

Please be advised that
on the 10th day of No-' ~3
vember, 2009 at 5:01 FOUND -Gray cat.
p.m., CDT, in the City Berryhill & Five Points
Council meeting room area. Call 994-8263 (if
at the City Hall at 6738 'no answer, please
Dixon Street, in the City leave message)
of Milton, Florida, there
will be proposed for en- r
actment an ordinance -
whose title is as fol- *1 t

ORDINANCE NO.

AN ORDINANCE a 1td
ADOPTING AND' EN- 10- os
ACTING NEW LAND 1-et:rt
DEVELOPMENT REG- Good Home
ULATIONS FOR THE 2120-PetSuppiles
C1TY OF MILTON, 2130 Farm Animals?
FLORIDA; PROVID- Suppares
ING FOR THE RE- 2140 -Pots/Livestock
PEAL OF CERTAIN 2150 eta edorials
ORDINANCES NOT
INCLUDED THEREIN:
PROVIDING A PEN-
ALTY FOR THE VIO- 2 100
LATION THEREOF; English Mastiff
PROVIDING. FOR THE
MANNER OF AMEND PUIppies
ING SUCH REGULA- AKC w/CH lines
TIONS; AND PROVID- Ready 10/16 .
ING WHEN SUCH PCB (850) 258-5484
REGULATIONS IAlgD ,, -----
THIS ORDINANCE
SHALL BECOME EF7 -
FECTIVE*

This Ordinance is on
file in the City Clerk's
office for inspection. . ~X
Any interested party MERCHANDISE
may appear at the
meeting and be heard 3100 -Antiques
with respect to the pro- 311 Appliances
possid Ordinance. 3120 Arts & Crats
3130 -Auctions
This the 14th day of ~ 34-ay tmups s
October 2009. 3160 -Business
Equipment
Dewitt Nobles 3170 Collectibles
City Clerk 3180 Co'mputers
3190 -Electronics
102109 (1) 31- Fre Poaoss It Pn
1ggagL 3220 Furniture
Legal i101324 3240 G~aunsr sa
NOTIE `OF PO- 250 Good Things to Eat

C SEN RFDINAPNRCE s20Jw 6Cltt i
Equipment
TO WHOM IT MAY3290 Medical Equipment
CONCERN: 10 Mura n tuet
Please be advised that ~ Supplies
onm ter 00Idayatof N00 930Rsura aHtel
.m., DT, Ithe Cty 350 Tickets (Buy & Sell)
p9. CT t iy
Council meeting room -

Dixo nte et,j anthe6Ci 1 3220 |
of Milton, Florida, there 2 dark brown Lane re.
will be proposed for en- decliners (pitid $700
actment an ordinance each) 1 excellent con-
whose title is as fol- edition $300, 1 good
16ws: condition $150.
623-4156
ORDINAN E NO.
2ove Seat re in crto
AN ORDINANCE Full warr. Retail $1899'
AMENDING SECTION sacrifice $785: Can
14-32 OF THE CODE separate. 850-471-0330
OF ORDINANCES OF Brand Name Mattress,
THE CITY OF MILTON' Queen Pillowtop w/
TO RESTRICT TEM- foundation. Nlew. -$185
PORARY PROMO* Mfr warr. 850-471-0330
TIONAL ACTITIES IN BadNwKn i-

OHERLAY COOSTRIOR lowtop Mattress & Box
TO A MAXIMUM OF In plastic, $240. Deliv
SEVEN~ (7) DAYS IN Avail. 850-255-3050
ANYH ONE(1H NDREDY null 'izpMa tttr slus t

VEROD. ROAIIN 0.xand waranty Only

DIN NCESOFOR POPRO

NANCES IN CON- .3230
(LICT HEREWITH,
AND PROVIDING AN
EFFECTIVE DATE.
. BAZAAR .
This Ordinance is on October 24th, 9am until
file in the City Clerk's 12. Sponsored by the
office int etndspection somen i of M es ey


metn at b herd Ca echn 4Pcle. SC at
posed Ordinance. ad yrd Ia it ms eely
This the 14th day of ~f~~
October 2009,

Dew Nobles liMilton Huge yard
sale. Everything must
10210 (1)go. Fri &.Sat. 8752 S.
(1)B2 Lynn Rd. 626-5645


(a) The name and ad-
dress of each agency
affected and each
agency's fle or .identi-
fication number, i
known; .
(b) The name, address,
and telephone number
of the petitioner; the
name, address, and tel-
ephone number of the
petitioner's representa-
tive, if any, which shall
,be the' address for serv-
Sice purposes during
the course of the pro-
ceeding; and an ex-
planation of how the
petitioner's substantial
interests are or will be
affected by the agency
determination; .
(c) A statement of when
and how the petitioner
received notice of the
agency decision;
dpuAe statement ofo m l
trial fact. If there are
none, the petition must

in) cn aeestateme ,

sepgee ic udinhat e
petitioner contends
warrant reversal or
modification of the
agen yds proposed ac-
(f) A statement of the
specific rules or stat-
utes that the petitioner
contends requires re-
versal or modification
of the agency's pro-

().A sas oent of the
relief sought by the pe-
titioner, stating pre-
casely the action that .
te petitio er wis e
respect to the agency's
proposed action.

A petition that does not
dispute the material
facts on which the De-
partmen~t's action is

bo sed sha~cts ae i
nhl mcontaiasthe s me
a ove, as r quirend b

seton 1 06915id )

Statutes, a petition for
administrative hearing
must.be dismissed by
the agency if the peti-
tion does not substan-
tially comply with the
abov rquirements or

This action is final and
effective t oth theerda e

the Department unless .
aorp ition is file in t -

tieyfiling Uof petit e
this order will riot be ef-
fective until further or-
der of the Department.

T is p rmit Tc start t

carit has the right to
seek judicial review of
the order under section
120.68 of the Florida
Statufes, by the filing of '
a notice of appeal un-

d orid rulesu 1Q A el I
lat Pr cedrep rith t

General Counsel, 3900
Commonwealth Boute-
vard, Mail Station 35,
Tailahassee, Florida,
32399-3000; and by fil.
ing a copy of the notice
panie bappth aac a
ble filing fees with the
appropriate district
court of appeal. The
notice of appeal must.
be filed within 30 days
from the date when the
final order is fled with
the Clerk of the De-

reaview efoReq tseLanor
and Water Adjudicatory j
Commission must be
filed with the Secretary
of the Commission and
served on the Depart-
ment within 20 days
from the date when the
final order is filed with
the Clerk of the De.
apartment.

The application is avail- I





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also -Business/
Commercial
6110 -Apartments
6120- Bseah Rentals
also Condo/Towntiouse
6140 House Rentals
610 RammnuteRWanted
6170 Mobile Home/Lot
6180 Out-of-Town Rentals
6190 Timeshare Rentals
0200 Vacation Rentals


S6100
2 Bay Garage Business
for Rent. Office, 1 acre
fenced i 00$800 d-
posit, $0 .mo .
Robin 51~6-4181, Sonya
450-6840

Mtwonm nth free rent
with lease. Two loca-
tions to choose from-
698-5951



6110

MILTON
AREA
Efficiency Apt.
Pool, laundry mat,
all utilities paid. $495
month. Call today for
$599 special.
712-9968


MILTON / PACE
AREA
Nice 2/1, kitchen
equipped, all elec-
tric, patio, washer/
dryer hookups,
cathedral ceilings, s
trdsh paid. $599
month. Call today for
~$799 ren &epd sit
712-9968


MIL-TON /


ten eq ipbpe a
washer/dryer hook-
ups, ceiling fans.
Water & trash. $595
month. Call today for
$799 rent & deposit
move in special,
712-9968



Mr d~g R~d 6826-199
& 2 bedom $5 lbl

No application fee +
$0 d ositd Sp cal
Call Today.


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Legal E/1325
0OIC
POSED O1
ENACTMENT

TO .WHOM
CONCERN:

Pea behac

Dnt e 1M

at the City H
Dixon Street,
of Milton, Flo
will be propot
actment an .
whose title
lows:

ORDINANCE

AN O1
ADOPTING
ACTING A N
FOR THE
MILTON,
ARVDINGF
ORDINANCE~
INCLUDED
PROVIDING
ALTY FOR '
LATION
PROVIDfN~G
MANNER OF
ING SUCH
AND P
WHEN SUC
AND THIS

NOM EEFFEC


IF PRO-
RDINANCE MILTON YARD SALE
1Fri. & Sat., 7am-7,
6316 Fairfield Dr (off
IT MAY By-Pass) Something for
everyone.
dvsed that


in rh CiyMLON YARD SL cE
all at 6738 4016 Willis Way. Ilncl.
in the' City bedroom furniture.
,rida, there
sed for en-
ordinance
is as fol- 1 3250
GREEN & B ILED

NO. HOLLAND FARMS.
1-877-675-6876

ORDINANCE
AND EN-
EW CODE |3300
CITY OF If you nare the student
FLORIDA; who 'FOUND! the
FORRTTA tNlntendo Dga vith gul-
SNOT grip In it on the SRC
THEREIN; school. bus #521,
A PEN please returnIt to he
THE VIO- bus driver. If you are
THEREOF; the parent of a
FOd THE son/daughter who has
:AMEND- a Nintendo you can't
CODE; account for, please
'ROVIDING return it to the bus
:H CODE driver. It will make a
ORDI- Ittle girl happy -and
AL BE- yout rsl e el good


GOt Land***
0 down for all land owners
All credit 0.K. All Clayton
Homes of Crestview 850
682-3344




.,



AuLMOHIOVE, MARINE

8100 n ique 0 alctibles
8110- Cars
8120 Sports Utility Vehicles
8130- Trucks
810C morola
8160-Motorcycles
8170 -Auto Parts
& Accessories
8210 -Boats
8220- Personal Watercraft
8230 Sailboats
8240 B~onal& Marine
8245 Bopt SlI s & Docks
8310 Aircratt/Aviation
8320 ATV/Off Road Vehicles
8330 Campers & Trailers
8340 Motorhomes


EMPLOYMENT I
4100 Help Wanted




4100



Install./Maint/Repair

Diesel Mechanic
Exp., have own tools,
30 hrs wk. Some body
work. Resume: PO Box
5067, Navarre, FI 32566
Web Id #34056718

Install/Maint/Repair

Service Tech
Nationwide company
seeking experienced
motivated person to re-
~pair washers/dryers/ &
te FL P nhm dl re .
Best candidate should
reside in' the Okaloosa
-County area. Benefit
package including ~co.
truck, uniforms, paid
vacation, sick and per-
sonal, time and 401K
plan. Must have good
driving record.
background and drug
test results. Submit re-
sume to pyates@
coinmachcorp.core or
fax to 985-345-0105

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


Cooks Shank
Portion
Smoked Ham

98th


Bar "S"
Reg or Thick
Sliced
Bologna


Blackwell
Angus; Top
Round Roast


Tray Pack
Boneless
Breast: Tenders

68Ib


Tenness~ee
Pride Sausage
Biscuits

10 pk


Peruvian
Jumbo Sweet
Omions


Bar "S#
Sliced
Cooked Ham

16 oz


Nunn-Better
Golden -
Nugget
Dog Food

bW16 lb


Dole Russet
Baking
Potatoes

tO 16 bag


Dutch Farms

ChaddearmCmesse

14 8 oz



Maohatma
.Yellow Rice


Lays Potato

Chip o


Florida

uange ier
79
3 Ib baS


Sauer's
Mayonnaise

1063 **


Idahoan
Supreme
Instant





Bumble' Bee
Chunk Light
runa

69~t


Mnalt-0-Mreal
Tootle Fruities





Peanut. Patch
Boiled
Peanuts

637.5 oz


Cans
325

it pk -: it oz


Galin x n
Liquid
Detergent
St ,.


Hunts
Spaghetti
same
@@t
W 26.5 oz


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\:
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wednesday, October 21, 2009


Local


810 | Santa Rosa's Pre e


Tennessee
Pride Roll
Sausage

1'"16 oz


Grocery_
oul**
SALE PRICES GOOD THRU OCT 27, 2009
BBEMBBB ~~P


Cost includes freight, fee, and any associated expenses.


Blackwell Angus
Whole New York
Strip Loins
05 l


Bagged
Leg Quarters

90 Ibbag


.Aberdeen
Shiced
Bacon


Family Pack
Cube Steaks

51lb


Royal Link
Smoked
Sausage

1 99 Ib


Fresh Express
Cole Slaw

9~16 oz


Langers
* Apple Juice
88t
go .s


PFolgers
Can Coffee

5 9 3


PACE


4025 HWNY 90 *
850-995-8778
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