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Title: The Santa Rosa press gazette
Alternate Title: Milton press gazette
Press gazette
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Creator: Santa Rosa press gazette
Publisher: Milton Newspapers, Inc.
Milton Newspapers
Place of Publication: Milton, Fla
Publication Date: October 28, 2009
Copyright Date: 2009
Frequency: semiweekly
Subject: Newspapers -- Milton (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Santa Rosa County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States of America -- Florida -- Santa Rosa -- Milton
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 76, no. 104 (Mar. 29, 1984)-
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Volume ID: VID00499
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Work on 90 to continue through December


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BILL GiAMBLIN | Press Gazette
Central High School hosted the second annual Miss Central Pagecint on
.Saturday Taking the title of Miss Central was Central senior Emma Bohe
(center). Taking the title of Future Miss Central was Erica Wters (et,
cind Junior Miss Central was Taylor Tate (right). For more photos of the
pageant, go' to

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Speights said this project is
the final phase for the Highway
90 project. The 6.1-mile stretch
of resurfacing going through the
Pea Ridge portion of the high-
way is nearing completion.
"We have several projects
we are working on, and this one
began in January of this year,"
Speights said. "This (project)
should be complete by Decem-
ber of this year, weather permit-
As of now, the blacktop is be-
ing smoothed out, and one lane
of road in the westbound lane
in front of Red Barn Barbecue
gives motorists a glimpse of
what is tocome.

mpellegrino .
Milling and resurfacing work
began on the stretch~ of U.S.
Highway 90 from Avalon to Wood-
bine Road Sunday night and will
continue through December as
workers look to tie up the year-
long construction project.
The work, will be carried out
from 8 p.m. to 6 a.m., and mo-
torists are asked to obey posted
speed limit signs that are sub-
ject to charge as construction
"This is a nighttime project,
and there should not be any day-
time lane closures," said Tommie

Speights, Florida Department of
Transportation public inforrha-
tion officer.
Speights added that motorists
should use caution when driving
in the construction zone.
Work began Sunday in the
westbound lanes on the east end
of the project by Avalon Boule-
vard and will proceed west to
Woodbine Road.
Construction on Highway 90
from Woodbine to Avalon began
in January and is scheduled~ to
end in December. The project
includes widening the intersec-
tions of East and West Spencer
Field roads, and minor drainage

The turn lanes leading to East and West Spencer Field roads, are
hearing completion ps crews rush' to meet the December deadline.

Whiting Field celebrated
its 66th Anniversary on
Saturday with a display of
military aircraft, supporters
of the military and a concert.
Nashville recording group
Lonestar was the feature
act, which showcased Pace
graduate Cody Collins as the
lead singer of the CMA Award-
winnin9 group. For more photos
from this event, see A3 and .
BILL GAMBLING | Pre-S G~i-ttr;

Planning Under WOf

Ofo VetefQBS Day CventS

Special to the Press Gazette front of the Santa Rosa
County .Veterans Plaza.
Santa Rosa lCounty Col. Chris "Caveman''
residents are encour- Holzworth will serve as
aged to attend the 2009 .the parade grand mar-
Veterans Day Parade and shal and ceremony guest
Ceremony, sponsored by speaker.
the , Commuanit~y/Veter- .The day's events will
ans Coordinating Com- conclude with a Veter-
'mittee, on Wednesday, ans Day Picnichosted by
Nov. 11. Santa R~osa County .4-H,
The annual parade also at the Santa Rosa
will kick off the festivi- County Veterans Memo-
ties honoring those who rial Plaza.
have served our country, Organizations that
beginning at 9:30 a.m. at would like' to participate
Mlilton High School and in the parade are asked
ending at the Santa Rosa to contact Ralph Neseni-
County Veterans Plaza, son at 850-626-7292. or
5178 Willing St., M~ilton. 850-313-6637 or the Santa
The Veterans Day Rosa County* Chamber
Ceremony will follow of Commerce at 850-623-
the parade it 11 a.m. in 2339.

Jim Fletcher

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Special to the Press Gazette
Because of declining county reve-
nues and a reduction of 59 percent in
the state's aid to Santa Rosa County
Libraries, commissioners approved
the county administrator's .recom-
mendation to reduce library hours
by five hours per week at the Oct. 22
county commission meeting.
The major effect of the declining
revenues caused by the downturn in
the economy is reductions in staff-
ing, including two full-time positions
and nine student: positions, or 215
hours per week.
Based on library usage statistics
compiled over three years and more
than 700 surveys recently completed
by library users, the following, new
library hours will be effective Nov. 9,
in hopes of meeting residents' needs
and the manpower required to oper-
Sate the five county libraries:
Based on the survey responses,
staff input and library usage statis-
tics, the new library hours at the
Gulf Breeze, Milton, Pace and Jay
libraries provide flexible *library
hours that include morning, evening
and weekend hours-

New hours
New hours for the Gulf Breeze,
Jay, Milton and Pace libraries are:,
Monday, 9a.m. to 5p.m.; Tuesday,
11 a.m. to 7p.m.; Wednesday, il a.m.
to 7 ~p.m.; Thursday, 9 a.m. to 1 -p.m.;
Frikiday, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.; and Satur-
day, 9 a.m. to 1 p~m.
New hours for the N~avarre li-
brary are:
a.n' too6pm. ndFiayname d hun tur!
day, 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.

PattefHS Of USO
The Gulf Breeze, Jay, M~ilton and
Pace libraries share similar pat-
terns of usage:
*Students who use the library
for homework who generally depend
on working parents to take them to
the library after work typically come
between 5 and 7 p.m. from early to
*Working adults typically visit
the library after 5:30 p.m.
S *Early morning library usage is
The Navarre Library visitors'
needs differ, so the Navarre Library
will have a unique new scheduled
based on:
*Student library usage is gen-
erally from 3-5 p.m. because many
famiilies in this area have a stay-at-
home parent who~will typically bring




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COU1YIY GOVERNMENT Monroe St., Tallahassee, Ft 32399, 488-4441. E-mail: Milton, FL 32570, 983-0413. E-mail is scottdl~moil.
COUNTY COMMISSION fl sentoroso.kl2.filrus.
*District 2: Hugh Winkles, 5684 Nicklaus Lane,
*District 1: Jim Williamson, ~4351 Berryhill Road, Milton, FL 32570, 623-6299. E-mail is winkleseh@
Pace, FL 32571; phone 932-1340. E-mail is comm- FEDERAL GOVERNMENT HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES district 3: Dians Coleman, 9400 Octavia Lone,
*District 2: Bob Cole, 8651 Riverstone Road, Navarre, FL 32566, 939-2661. E-mail is colomonmd@.
Milton, FL 32583; phone 983-1871 comm- Rep. Jeff Miller: 1535 Longworth House Office moil.santorosa.
cole~santoroso.fl~gov. Building, Washington, D.C., 20515; phone (locol) 479- District 4: JoAnn J. Simpson, 5059 Faircloth St.,
*District 3: Don Solter, 6000 Chumuckle Highway, 1183; (D.C.) 202-225-4136; toll free 866-367-1614- pac 32571, 994-5446. E-mail is simpsonjj@mail.
Pace, FL 32571; phone 994:6426. E-mail is comm. Web' SENATE District 5: Ed word Gray Ill, I Gray Oaks Lane, Gulf
*District 4: Gordon Goodin; 6467 Avenida De Sen. George LeMieux: 356 Russell Senate Office Bolsatreeze, l3256,85-3-68. -al sgrym
Golves, Novarre, FL 32566; phone 939-4949. E-mail is Building, Washington, D.C. 20515; phone 202-224- mail sonta Rosaekl.flun s. ho ormet t6 3041; fax 202-228-5171 TeSnoRs onySho.ormeso63
*District 5: Lone Lynchard, 6495 Coroline St., Suite *S Bl e 7,Hr eaeOf p.m. second and fouth Thursdays at 5086 Eanal St.,
M, Milton, FL 32570, phone 932-1340. E-mail is comm- Building Washing o, Do(.20510; phone 202-22 Mlo. hn:98-00
lynchard~santarosa.fl.goi. 5274, fax 202-224-8022.
The Santa Rosa County Commission meets at 9 a.m.
on second and fourth Thursdays. The leaders meet in WHITE HOUSE CITY GOVERNMENT
committee at 9 a.m. Monday preceding the Thursday President Borack Oboma: The White House, 1600 Milton City Hall, Mayor Guy Thompson, 6738
meetings. Meetings are held in commission chambers Pennsylvania Ave., Washington, D.C. 20500; ~phone Dixo"rSt., Miltoii, FL 32570, 983-5400. City Manager,
of the Administrative Complex on U.S. 90. Phone 983- 202-456-1414. E-mail: Brian Watkins.
1877 for information or to reach their offices. Vice President Joe Biden: Office of the Vice ` Gulf Breeze City Hall, Mayor Lane Gilchrist, 1070
President, While House, 1600 .Pennsylvania Ave., Shoreline Drive, Gulf Breeze, FL 32561, 934-5100.
STATEGOVE NMEN ..' Washington, D:C. 20500; phone 202-456-1414. City Manager, "Buazz Eddy.
STATEGOVE NMEN *Town of Joy, Mayor Kurvin Qualls, 3822
*Rep. Greg.Evers: 5224 Willing St., Miltoil, FL Ilighway 4, oy, FL 32565; 675-2719.
32570, 983-5550. E-mail: SCHOOL GOVERNMENT otc nrmin r yu lte flos
*Sen. Durell Peoden Jr., 598 N. Ferdon Blvd., Suite Cnatifrainfryu lce fiil
100, Crestview, FL 32536, 850-689-0556. SCHOOL BOARD a appears in every saturday edition of the sonto Rosa
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A2 | Santa Rosa's Press Gazette

Special to the Press Gazette
Members of the Fleet Reserve
Association (FRA) welcomed an
Army veteran to their ranks, honor-
ing Medal of Honor recipient Ser-
geant Leonard. "Len" Keller with
an honorary membership just days
after his death.
Keller was nominated for honor-
ary FRA membership earlier this
year, but all nominations must be
ratified by members at FRA's annu-
,al national convention. Delegates
to FRAi's 82nd National Convention
in Virginia Beach, Va., approved
Keller's nomination yesterday, just
Says after Keller was killed in a mo-
torcycle accident in Milton, Fla.
On Oct. 18, Keller died from in-
juries he sustained when his Har-
ley-Davidson trike overturned and
landed on ~top of him. According
to the Florida Highway Patrol Re-
port, Keller accelerated and made
a sharp left turn onto Fleet Avenue.
He was traveling too fast for the
tui-n and left the paved surface of
the road.
Keller's trike traveled into the
yard of 6408 Fleet Ave., when it
overturned several times before

ceived. Leaping to the top of a ~dike,
he and [his] comrade charged the
enemy bunkers,. dangerously ex-
posing themselves to the enemy
fire. During their furious assault,
Sgt. Keller and his comrade had
been almost continuously exposed
to intense sniper fire as the enemy
desperately sought to stop their
attack." After his ammunition was
exhausted, Keller returned to his
platoon to assist in the -evacuation
of the wounded.
FRA is a congressionally char-
tered nonprofit organization rep-
resenting the interests of current
and former enlisted members of
the Navy, Mlarine Corps and Coast
Guard. In addition to its advocacy
work on Capitol Hill in support of
enlisted personnel, FRA aids its
members with career issues by
maintaining ,close relationships
with government agencies and' by
educating lawmakers about the
challenges facing those who serve
in the armed forces. The Associa-
tion also awards scholarships that
totaled more than $100,000 in 2008,
sponsors a national essay contest,
and assists its members with disas-
ter relief grants.

coming to a final rest on Keller.
Keller was an avid supporter of
the FRA, an organization comprised
of current and former members of
the Navy, Marine Corps and Coast
Guard. As an Army veteran, Keller
was not eligible for FRA member-
ship through normal.channels, but
he volunteered countless hours to
supporting the local FRA branch in
Milton. He was an active recruiter
'for the organization, advocating
membership for eligible prospects,
and assisting active-duty, Reserve,
retired and veteran members of the
"Len Keller will be missed by
our branch and unit of our Ladies
Auxiliary of the FRA," said Frank
Smith, a member of FRA Branch
210 in Milton. "He was truly an
American hero and a great friend
of the FRA. We've lost a great sup-
.porter and friend."
Keller was awarded the Medal
of Honor for conspicuous gallantry
in Vietnam when he and a fellow
soldier came~ under enemy fire.
According to the citation, "Sgt.
Keller quickly moved to a position
where he could fire at a bunker
from which automatic fire was re-

to volunteer as a Covenant
Hospice Ambassador, just
a desire to make a differ-
ence. Time commitment
is flexible and based on
volunteer availability. Spe-
cialized training will be
provided. Workiing or re-
tired professionals and ac-
tive or veteran military are
also needed to share their

Special to the Press Gazette
Covenant Hospice is
seeking individuals who
are interested in providing
outreach and *education
in Milton, Pace and Jay.
Volunteers are needed to
share a few hours of their
time each month to assist
with outreach events at

senior fairs, health fairs,
nursing facilities and other
community sites. If yoti en-
joymeeting new people and
are looking for meaningful
vohinteer work, this is the
perfect place for you. Enjoy
being part of a caring team
of staff and volunteers.
No special background
or experience is required

expertise and experience.:
To ledrn more or to volun-
teer, call Susanna Doyle at
Covenant Hospice is a
not-for-profit organization
dedicated to providing com-
prehensive, compassionate
services to patients and
loved ones during times of
life-limiting illnesses.

Jim Fletcher
Caroal Barnes
Office Manag~er

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Friday, 8:57 a.m.
This is Alshon. The fawns are all
that are left up in Blackwater, and they
should be put on the endangered species
list for at least five years. Dog runners
do kill deer during the summer. This is
the truth. .

Thursday, 8:36 a.m.
This is Mary. I know everyone has
noticed that we got clearer television.
reception by our antenna after getting
the converter box. We enjoyed much
clearer pictures. Now I noticed they have
taken a, lot of the old movie channels
off. It seems like to me they are trying
to force everyone to get a satellite dish,
which senior citizens like me can't afford-
So I wonder if other people are feeling
the same way I do.

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LIBRARY from page Al
students earlier in he day.) only 6 percent on Satur-
*Military personnel are day. Checkouts and visitor
a lar~gepart of the Navarre counts are consistent for
workforce that leaves work all three years of data col-
between 4 and 4:30 p.m. and section at all five libraries.
visits the library by 6 p.m. Thanks to technology,
*Ear'ly morning library the impact of reducing li-
usage is low. brary hours is reduced by
County Library Direc- the availability of 24-hour,
tor Linda Hendrix ex- seven-dayr-a-week access
plains, "Many factors must to library materials via the
be considered in making library's Web site.
changes to library hours. The librai~y offers ac-
Our foremost library ser- cess to more than 8,000
vice goal is to proviide t~he electronic sources, inclild-
highest possible level of li- ing consumer magazines
brary service to the great- and student journals that
est number of our citizens, can be downloaded for per-
while also -considering sonal use.
the welfare and safety of Students can find au-
library employees, sched-. thoritative coverage for bi-
ules for youth programs .ography, literature, history
and community groups and social sciences, and
who use library space for the consumer can find auto
their meetings." repair, test preparation,
While usage of the li- investment services and
brary system. continues health information; online
to rise with a 27 percent book clubs; and do~wnload-
increase in checkouts for able audio books and vid-
fiscal year 2008/09, And the cos.
annual visitor count in- All it takihs is B Santa
creasing by 15 percent, or Rosq County Library
nearly 640,(100 visitors, the card, which can be obtained
days and times residents at any library or through
actually use the libraries the mail by registering via
echoed previous usage sta- the library Web site at no
tistics. cost.
Usage patterns have The Santa Rosa County
remained steady, with 78 Library System is adepart-
percent of checkouts oc- ment of the Santa Rosa
curring Monday through County Board of County
Thursday, 16 percent oh Commissioners. Libraries
Friday~ and 6 percent on are located in Gulf Breeze,
Saturday. Likewise, 80 per- Jay, Milton, Navarre and
cent of library traffic ccurs Pace. Find more informa-
Mon~day through Thursday, tion at www.santarosa.fl.
14 percent on Friday and govr/librarie's.

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Back around the middle of this year, the City
of Milton took a very interesting step to start
condemnation proceedings against a Milton
Business on U.S. Highway 90.
This was a very cautious step after the
complaints the city received for doing the same
thing to an old drug store on the corner of Park
Avenue and Stewart Street.
The city had cited several problems about how
Holloway's Garage was unsafe, and City Plandinng .
and Zoning Aclministrator Randy Jorgenson
even presented an inspection report that cited
the building as unsafe, especially the roof of the
Many council members were very concerned
about the problem and voted, despite their
Reservations, to start proceedings to condemn the
building known as Rsolloway's Garage.
City Councilman Paul Kilmartin even took it
upon himself to visit the business in question and
explain the situation-the, city was facing involving
the business.
At the riext council meeting, as well as in the
story presented in the Santa Rosa Press Gazette,
Joe Holloway very eloquently presented the facts
that he was working pn making the repairs and
had plans to fix his building up to code.
Unfortunately, once everyone left that meeting,
it appears that is where the work stopped.
Council members gave Holloway time by`
putting the condemnation on hold and allow him
time to get an engineer and put together a plan of
action to make the necessary corrections..
SHolloway even nitwith Jorgensoh, who wanted
to see what was goirig on involving progress on the
building in question.
According to Jorgenson, he and Holloway met
face to face and signed an agreement for a Nov. 1
deadline, which is yet another extension in a
process that appears to have gone on long enough.
aihi',edoenoto'eeeto 'Jbe aneawrwt going on
h~as taken place since the council and Holloway
discussed the situation roughly four months ago.
By no means are we' calling for a business to
be torn or taken dowii, but in the same breath, it
leaves us with a question to ponder.
Milton has code enforcement officers going
around and doing their job to enforce various city
ordinances such as the sign ordinance, abandoned
cars and many others on the books.
Since this has happened, we have heard from
people who have had to do things with cars parked
in their driveway since ~they could not afford'to
license them and another person who was charged
so much for the number of bags left by the side
'of the road aftei clearing their yard, and cleaning
their garage.
We know the officers are doing the best they -
can, but now the city needs to make a hard
decision. -
Are you going to live up to your word, or are you
going to let the situation continue?
Residents of Milton have to live by the code and
pay the fines issued to them by code enforcement;
however,. some seem to go unnoticed or without
action taken.
Code enforcement is not a selective process and
should not be handled that ivay.
If there is a violation, it should be so noted.
The issue seems torbe that some ;laugh at the
fact you have such rules and laws on the books,
while others politely try to live by them.
It is now your choice to support the ones who
try to follow the ordinances you have passed down
or once again ask them to turn the~ other cheek.
Unfortunately, some have turned the other
cheek so~ many times for government, many feel
that they have a permanent case of whiplash.


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A big thank- ou
SThe Pace Fire and Rescue
District and event partner
FUTBOL Club of Santa Rosa
want to thank all Santa Rosans
who attended and made our
Independence Day Celebration a
We are most appreciative and
are looking forward to continuing
our family night out to celebrate
July 4, 2010.
We also want to recognize
the efforts of Robert Breland
- president FCSR and event
videographer; Kelly Gash
- parent, club~ sponsor, board
member, major volunteer and
owrier/operator of West Florida
Trophies; Lance Schmidt owner/
operator of Patriot Audio Visual
and Computers, etc., for the
public address systeli and music
interludes; great line music by
Rusty Whitfield afid Jordan Pace,
free of charge courtesy of band
manager Kellyu Harris; Connie

DwayeBan iep id nt of
SunTrust Bank for expertise. .
A special thanks to cash, donors,
Boo Weekly, Dr. Noel Spurlock, Bill
Helms, John C. Albury, Winkles
Pharmacy, Dr. Jim Hill, Dr. Maged

Nashed, Clark's Lock and Key, Bo -
Frier and Toin Weekley.
Last, but by no means least, the
parents of the soccer players who
tirelessly volunteered for those
mundane but oh-so-important : .
tasks necessary to stage any event,
and 102.7 WXBM for supplying
the electronic firmng pmn for the
fireworks over the' airwaves and
the firemen and women who gave
their time and safety effort.
Thank you all, and God-bless.
Judge Robert Gritta (Ret.)

I'VO 0 Ways been proud
Of being a U.S. Marine
On Nov.* 10, U.S. Marines will
celebrate another birthday. In 1921,
Maj. Gen. Commandant John A.
Lejeune, USMC, suggested that the
original birthday Nov. 10, 1775, of
the Corps be declared a holiday for.
U.S. M~arines.
. he fi st "Bi tday Ball' was
Philadelphia. Guests included
the Secretaried of War and Navy,
Maj. Gen. Commandant Lejeune,
famous statesmen, soldiers and

The first cake cei~emony
on record was held at Marine
Barracks, Washington, D.C., in
1937.~ Maj. Gen. Thomas Holeomb
presided at an open house for
Marine Corps officers. Ceremonies
included the cutting of a huge cake
designed after the famous Tun
Tavern in Philadelphia. From that
year to now, the observances of the
Marine Corps Birthday developed
sponitaneotu~sly throughout the
At present, celebrations of`
the Marine Corps Biitthday
on Nov. 10 differ at posts and
stations throughout the Corps.
All commemorations include the
'readitig of Marine Corps Orde'r 47
a'nd the Commandant's Message to
those assembled.
Marine Corps Order No.
47, Series, 1921: "'The order
summarized th~e history, mission
and tradition of the Corps and
directed that it be read to every
command on Nov. 10 each
subsequent year in honoz; of the
birthday of the Marine Corps."
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Dear Pastor Gallaps, "Should a Christian go into
debt of any kind. I hear so many conflicting views
on this, what are your views?"' U.M. Pea Ridge
Dear U.M., over all, this is a matter between an
individual and the Lord. However, I believe that
there ARE Biblical principles involved.- Proverbs
22:7 says that the debtor is the servant of the lender.
There are many other words of wisdom and instruc-
tiq~n on the matter of money inanagement found
throughout the Bible.
The Bible has a lot to say about the pitfalls of
excessive debt and the mishandling of financial mat-
ters. I think DEBT could best be defined as when
your expenses exceed your assets to the point that
you cannot meet your expense obligations.

I personally do not believe that debt is defined
as the reasonable borrowing of money for necessary
"big ticket" living items such as a home or vehicle,
provided that the home and vehicle purchases are
made well within the projected ability of the bor-
rower to meet the payment obligations. However,
there is much-freedom and benefit to be gained if
even these items can be purchased without borrow-
ing money for them. I would strongly encourage
God's people to live as wisely as possible in this

People generally get into debt, U.M., when they
begin to purchase things on credit that they really
don't need (impulse buying) or theyr purchase
beyond their reasonable ability to meet the repay-
ment obligations. Our culture is full of this kind of
debt, and I believe that it is Biblically wrong for a
Christian or a Church to put themselves in this situa-

Also, U.M., I certainly believe that a responsi-
ble Christian will make the Biblical practice of
tithingg" a regtilar part of their financial discipline. I
rarely find a consistently tithiing, financially respon-
sible Christian, who is striving to live reasonably
withlu their current means, having any problems
with debt. The management of debt is often a mat-
ter of dollars and SENSE rattler than dollars and
cents! You just can't lose in ANY area of life when
you do things God's way! a
Carl Gallups is the Pastor of Hickory Hammock Baptist Church. in Milton. He hlas a Bachlelor of
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Santa Rosa counties,
Other speakers through-
out the two days include David
Hughes, senior pastor of the
Church by the Glades in Coral
Springs, which' is broadcast
throughout South Florida, and
John Cross, president of the
Florida Baptist State Conven-
tion ~and pastor of South Bis-
cayne Baptist Church in North
Sessions are on Mionday, 6
p.m.;'Tuesday, 8:30 a.m. and 1:30
and 6:40 p.m. The meetings are
free and open to the public. Ol-
ive Baptist Church is at 1836 Ol-
ive Road at Davis Highway.
For additional information
on speakers, go to http://www.fl
baptist. org/eNewsroom.aspx.

Event set for Nov. 9-10
at Olive Baptist Church

Special to the Press Gazette
Florida Baptists will blanket
the with
the gospel in word and deed
during the 148th Annual Florida
Baptist State Convention set for
Monday and Tuesday, Nov. 9-10
at Olive Baptist Church in Pen-
The. annual meeting will in-
clude concerts on Tuesday night
by contemporary gospel record-
ing artists NewSong, BlueTree,
known for their hit "God of this
City," and Grammy-nominated
Rush of Fools, who sing "Undo."

Other musical groups include
the Annie Moses Band, who will
perform in a concert Tuesday
The Monday night groups
will be followed by keynote
speaker Carrie M~cDonnall, for-
mer Southern Baptist mission-
ary to Iraq and author of "Fac-
ing Terror." McDonnall and her
husband,:David, were doing
humanitarian work in that war-
torn country when, in 2004, on
the crowded streets of MVosul,
terrorists attacked their minis-
try team. Her husband and two
others were killed in the attack,
a story retold in her book.
The Monday night session
will feature Ed Young Jr., senior
pastor of Fellowship Church

in Grapevine, Texas, whose
services are televised nation-
ally. Young has received much
national attention recently for
his "Seven Days of Sex" ser-
mon, which he delivered from
a bed,
Before the meeting, on Sat-
urday, Nov. 7, Pensacola Bay
churches will sponsor a commu-
nity ininistry in16 venues, where
Florida Baptist volunteers from
across: the state will distrib-
ute four truckloads of food and
commodities in four needy com-
munities and host baseball and
basketball clinics for children
and block parties with food, fun
and games for the communities,
For more information about
the. ministryt, called Crossover

Pensacola, visit http://www.fl
SDuring the week, volunteer
dentists and hygienists work-
ing with the Florida Baptist
Convention Mobile Dental Unit
will treat patients in need at
Perdido Bay Baptist Church,
Tuesday ~through Thursday,
Nov. 10-12.
Florida Baptists' Disaster
Relief mobile kitchen will be on
hand to provide food through-
out the week. In 2004, after Hur-
ricane Ivan hit the Pensacola
region, Florida Baptist volun-
teers served 1,040,912 meals in
41 days of operation and rebuilt
1,100 homes in Escambia and

decorate, their vehicle
trunks in and give out
candy. Children of all ages
are invited. They may dress
up, but please refrain from
witches, wizards, warlocks
or extremely scary or
violent costumes.
Children will enjoy
hayrides, a pet parade,
a maze, and fun, godly
music. The IBC youth will
be selling chili dogs, drinks
and baked goods.
Children will not want to
leave without registering
for the fr~ee bicycle
giveaway, one for a girl and
one for a boy. The drawing
will take place at 8 p.m. The
winners do not need to be
present to clann their prize.
85For mor details, call

Fall Revival
Of FefflS Hill
Ferris Hill Baptist
Church shaving aF~a~ll
Revival on Sunday and
Monday, Nov. 1-2, with
Ed Litton, pastor of First
Baptist North Mobile
(Ala.), and worship leader
Bob Clark. Family night
is Monday, Nov.1i, wit
dinner beginning at: 5 ~p.m.
and the service at 6,p.m.
Men's Night is Tuesday,
Nov. 2, at 5:30 p.m., and
the service begins at
6:30 p.m. There will also
be a demonstration by
professional bow hunter,
Scott Vernon. For more
information, call the church
office at 623-3500 or visit The church is
at 6848 Chaffin Street (right
on the curve).

.Blakwathr Baptist
Fall FOStiV0
Blackwater Baptist
Church in Munson would
like to invite everyone
to come and join them
for their Fall Festival on
Saturday, Oct. 31, from 5-8
p.m. There will be games,
prizes, a bouncy house/
slide, a cakewalkr, cotton
candy, food, a chili cook-
off (Bring your best chili
prize for first place). Also
some good old-fashioned
Sfellpwship with one another

will be a blessing. Anyone
may come dressed up in
a costume, but no spooky
or scary ones, please.
Come with your family and
friends for a night of fun.
No charge for anything.
The church is located a
quarter-mile south of the
Munson Crossroads.

Woodbine B ptist
F011 FOSIiva
There will be an
evening of family-friendly
fun at Woodbine Baptist
4912 Woodbine Road, on -
Saturday, Oct. 31, fr-om 5-7
p.m. There will be food,
music, games, a petting
zoo, a slide, hayrides, horse
rides, a cakewalkr, candy
and prizes. Everything
is free. Any donations
for food will go toward
es ein a p a g o nd eorr

unique handmade items
from our church members.
All proceeds will benefit the
Florida Baptist Children's
Home in Cantonment.

'TrUnk Or Treat at
ImmGHUel Baptist
Immanuel Baptist
Church, 4187 U.S. Highway
90, will host its annual
Trunk or Treat on Saturday,
Oct. 31, from 6-8 p.m.
Church members will

1)y [)UStin Glay
Special to the Press Gazsette
Do you text? Do you have a comput-
er? Do you have a MySpace or Facebook
account? If so, then you are certainly in
tune with the 21st century, but more
important, you have some of the, same
tools that the youth at Imm~anuel are
using to communicate with others about
activities, upcoming events, and Jesus
Once to twice a month, on Tuesday
nights, the youth meet at one of the pub-
lic Wi-Fi spots in Pace to carry out their
visitation in a little different way. Sonie
use their cell phones to text some of
their friends whom they have not seen
or heard from in a while, then during

the "texted" conversation, invite them
to church. Others use their laptops to
log into their MySpace or Facebook ac-
counts and begin to chat with others
that may be here in the community or
from another community.
This gives the youth an opportunity
to use the technology of today's world
for conversations about the Savior of
the world. It is a way that today's youth
feel that they are contributing to the
spread of the gospel of Christ through
the things they know and are accus-
tomed with. So if you see a group of kids
at your local restaurant or coffee shop
with their~cell phones and laptops out,
don't just think of them as wasting their
life, because they may just be doing the
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The following arrests were
made Sept. 25 through Oct. 5,
2009. *

Kilburn, Barth Wayne; Male;
50; 5052 Forest Tree Drive, Pace;
DUI. 9/26/09. .
Williams, Jordan Scott; Male;
23; 10640 Ivy Bluff Rd, Bradyville,
TN; Drugs-Possess Cntrl Sub W/
O Prescription,, Marijuana-Pos-
sess Not More Than 20 Grams.
SCatt, Steven Lamar; Male; 36;
4343 Garcon Point Rd, 14ilton;
DUI. 9/25.
Miller, David Duane; Male;
34; 1351 South McKenzie Street,
Foley, AL; DUI. 9/26/09.
Morin, Randy Everett; Male;
30; 6425 Gaynell Avenue, Mil-
ton; DUI & Damage -Property.
Perry, John Laban, Male; 25;
4787 Fairoaks Dr., Pace; DUI.
Thurman; Tara Ann; Female;
38; 6412 Simpson Drive, Milton;
DUI. 9/26/09.
Reynolds Jr., Stuart Vahl-
camp; Male; 307 Shoreline D~rive,
Gulf Breeze; Damage Prop-Crim .
Misch Over $200 Under $1,000
Subseq Off, Burglazy-Unoccu-
pied Structure Site of Emer-
gency, Trespassing Structure or
Conveyance. 9/28/09.
Smith, Gary Charles; Male;
24; 512 County Road 326, Sweet
Water, TN; Probation Violation-
Felony. 9/28/09.
Harper, William Rolland;
Male; 56; 311 Tynldale Drive,
O'Fallon, MO; Probation Viola-
tion-Felony. 9/28/09.
James, Geoffrey Scott; Male;
24; 6325 Blueberry. St., Milton;
Drugs-Possess Cntrl Sub W/O

Prescription. 9/28/09.
Milstead, Roger Wesley;
Male; 18; 15575 Hwy. 87 North,
Jay; Probation Viol~ation-Felony.
Mitchell-Hayes, Melissa Di-
ane; Female; 30; 116382 Hooper
Rd, Greenwell Springs, LA; Pro-
bation Violation-Felony. 9/28/09.
Pitts Jr., Williami Daniel;
Male; 26; 4327 Kings Ct., Pace;
Out of State lhgitive Frpom Jus-
tice. 9/28/09. :
Ellis, James Darryl; Male; 44;
4218 Starwood Ct., Milton; Drive
While Lic Susp Habitual Offend-
er. 9/28/09. *
Haynes, James Rolland;
Male; 32; 1521 Kitty Hawk Drive,
Gulf Breeze; Drive While Lic
Susp Habitual Offender. 9/28/09.
McCallister, Corrie Rbnee;
Female; 36; 6163 Syrcle Ave., Mil-
ton; Probation Violation-Felony.
Bernal-Castro, Joshua Da-
vid; Male; 28; 490 S. Fairfield,
Pensacola; DUI Alcohol or Drugs
2nd Offense. 9/27/09.
Curtis III, Ralph William;
Male; 28; 6416 Bruce Ln., Mil-
ton; Asslt-Intent Threat To Do
Violence (dom. Viol.), Asslt-On
Officer Firefighter EMT Etc,
Trespassing Occupied Structure
o~r Conveyance, Resist Officer
With Violence, Disorderly Intox.
9/29/09. .
Green, Travris lan; Male; 41;
6456 Outer Drive, Milton; Sex Of-
fender Violations-Fail To Report
Name or Residence Change.
Rodriguez-Mende, Javier;
Male; 38; No Address Given; Out
of State Thgitive From Justice.
Todd, Randall Wlayne; Male;

18; 2987 Ranchette Square, Gulf
Breeze; Probation Violation-Fel-
ony. 9/29/09. *
Barr, Christopher Thomas;
Male; 25; 621 Bay Cliffs Circle,
Gulf Breeze; Damage Prop-Crim
Misch $1,000 or More, Burgl of
Unoccupied Dwelling Unarmed
No Assit/Batt, Lare-Theft is $300
or More But Less Than $5,000,
Damage Prop-Crim Misch $200
and Under, Burglary Unoccu-
pied Structure Unarmed, Lare-
Theft is $'300 or More But Less
Than $5,00)0. 9/30/09. .
Bemis, Craig Travis; Male;
32; 4541 Bagdad Park Ct., Milton;
Sex Offender Violation-Failure
to Register as Required. 9/30/09.
Brunson, Kyle Monroe; Male;
33;` 107 Overstreet Rd., Milton;
Aggray Asslt W/Deadly Weapop
W/O Intent to Kill. (domestic
violence), Battery-Cause Bodily
Harm (dom., Viol.) (2 cts.), Ob-
structing Justice-Intimidaite
Threaten Etc Vict Witness Infor-
mant. 9/30/09.
Everett, William Joseph;
Male; 26; 6893 Munson Hwy., Mil-
ton; Drive While Lic Susp Habit-
ual Offender. 9/30/09.
Jones, Schenetta Benetha;
Female; 47; 1240 Patterson
Town Rd., Milton; Cruelty To-
ward Child Infliction of Physical
or Mental Injury (dom. Viol.),
Resist Officer With Violence,
Evidence-Destroying Tamper
With or Fabricate Physical.
SShirley, Jason Howard; Male;
32; 4214 Baycedar Ln, Pace; Pro-
bation Violation-Felony. 9/30/09.
Taber, Charity Joy; Female;
30; 4271 Magnolia Crossing Cir-
cle, Pace; DUI, Dr'ive While Lic
Susp Habitual Offender. 9/30/09.

Thompson Ji:, Roy Albert;
Male; 21; 4321 Third Ave., Pace;
Probation Violation-Felony.
Way, Susan Leigh; Female;
40; 1715 Mohawk Trail, Gulf
Breeze; Aggray Asslt-W/Deadly
Weapon.W/O Intent to Kill (dom.
Viol.). 9/30/09.
McKellar, Corella Ann; Fe-
male; 25; Probation Violation-
Felony. 9/30/09.
Calrissian, Miles Orlando;
Male; 23; 205 Lynbrook St., Hen-
derson, NV; Probation Violation-
Felony. 10/1/09.
SDennis, Jamie Paul; Male;
29; 212 Cardinal Ln., Linden,
TN; Probation Violation-Felony.
Stapleton Jr., William Samu-
,el; Male; 44; 1986 Hillary Thomp-
son Rd., Milton; Battery-2nd
or Subseq Off., DUI & Damage
Property. 10/1/09. .
Guerin, Michelle Ann; Fe-
male; 35; 5702 Azalea Ave., Mil-
ton; Probation Violation-Felony.
Johnson, Linda Rochelle;
Female; 26; 7307 Kennedy Lane,
Milton; Probation Violation-Fel-
ony. 10/1/09.
Sneed, Mark Dewayne; Male;
48; 8296 Sevilla Street, Navarre;
DUI Alcohol or Drugs 4th or
Subseq. Offense, DUI and Dam-
age Property, Drive on Perma-
nentlyRtevoked Driver License,
Operate Motor Vehicle W/O Valid
License, Hit & Run-Leave Scene
of Crash Involving Damage to
Property, Refuse to Submit to
DUI Test. 10/J/09.
Tanner, Sharon Denise; Fe-
male; 55; 5248 Peacock Dr., Mil-
ton; Probation Violation-Felony.

Aucoin, Jason R~obert; Male;
29; 2861 Avenida De Soto, Na-
varre; Burglary Unoccupied
Structure Unarmed, Lare Theft
is $300 or More But Less Than
$5,000 (2 ets), Dealing in Stolen
Property, Burgl of. Unoccupied
Dwelling Unarmed No Asslt/
Battery. 10/2/09.
Cramer, Ricky Dale; Male;
54; 7782 Trinity Church Road,
Milton; Battery-Felony Batt or
Dom. Batt By Strangulation
(dom. Viol.). 10/4/09.
Dowe, Emerald- Sidney;
Male; 21; 3700 Garcon Point
Rd., Milton; Burgl of -Unoc-
cupied Dwelling Unarmed No
Asslt/Batt, Lare-Petit 1st De-
gree Property $100 to Under
$300. 10/4/09.
Lambert, Stacey Ray Harace;
Male; 21; 2796 Teepee Rd, Na-
varre; Probation Violation-Felo-
ny. 10/2/09.
McCann, Terry Lee; Male;
32; 6020 ILaurewood Dr., Mil-
ton; Dealing In Stolen Property.
McCoy, Detoya Lainique;
Female; 24; 1027 32nd Ave., Co-
lumbus, GA; L~are-Grand Theft
$5,000 or More Less Than
$10,000. 10/2/09.
SDouglas, Shawn Michael;
Male; 36; 81433 Molina St., Na-
varre; Drive While Lic Susp Ha-
bitual Offender. 10/4/09.
Foster, Patrick Joseph; Male;
52; 4434 Lilly Circle, M~ilton; Pos-
sess Mlarijuana Over 20 Grams,
Narcotic Equip-Possess And Or
Use. 10/2/09.
Godlwin, Michael Jay; Male;
24; 14716 State Hwy. 81, Bruce,
FL; Ag gray Batt-Offender Knew/
Should Have Known Viet Preg-
nant. 10/2/09.

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~_ ~ Sports SIDELINE _


But Milton responded with scrimmage after Milton tied led Milton as hie finished the than 100 yards in the Aggies
a pass from Floyd to Isiah the game at seven. night just shy of 100 yards misdirection offense.
Jones to make it 7-7. Floyd passed for more unofficially. Milton will return to action
From that point, Tate would than 230 yards on the night For Tate, they did their this week as they travel to
score 23 unanswered points on with two touchdowns and two damage on the ground as Pine Forest, who is currently
big plays, such as Bonner's 77- interceptions. Bonner and Petey Jones both undefeated in District 1-4A
yard run on the first play from On the ground, Devon Tillis -finished the night with more play.

HOvPr a frm page A10
"It wasn't surprising to me, Tech by two points in the West 2007. Wooten comes irras` a 6-3 happy to have both those young
but hopefully we can surprise Division poll. guard from Mount Vernon, Ga., men on the squad. We're look-
some other people,"~ Stinnett The preseason conference and after two years off, he will ing forward to those two, and
said. release also included, the Top look to lead the Argonauts badk they're going to get alot of play-
Preseason No. 4/11 Valdosta Newcomers from each school court after the loss of such play- ing time."'
State (The Sporting News/Divi- for 2009-10, including UWF ers as Deondre Boynton, C:hris UWF will tip off the sea-
sion II Bulletin) was picked to freshman Peter Connole and Brown, Ryan Henry and Josh~ son with an exhibition game.
win the East Division and over- junior Tramell Wooten. Jackson. at Division I South Alabama
all GSC title, gathering all five Connole is a 6-7 forward "Wooten has a little rust on Nov. 5. The, regular season
possible first place votes from from Orlando and comes in him, but he's got alot of talent," opener will be back in Pen-
East Division coaches and sev- with impressive high school Stinnett explained. "He's got sacola at the UWF Field House
en` of .13 possible tournament credentials, leading P~ine Cas- the ability to make an impact against Columbus ~Sthte Mon-
champion votes, tle Christian Academy to three for us. Peter has some skill and day, Nov. 16, 7 p.m.
No. 21 Delta State (Division district championships and a some great work ethic, and he's; Fbr more~ on UWF Athletics,
II Bulletin) edged Arkansas regional runner-up finish in 'going to be a good one. We're visit

PACE from aon A10
Just as the field goal helped tiebreaker stood before them.' Motring into the second taking it down nthe center from
the Patriots, the Eagles'2a-point With the Eagle's slick 2- overtone tied at 30-30, the ball the 5i-yard line for the winning
conversions came in handy. point conversion strategy, they was once again in Pace's hands touchdown.
The Eagles put another 2-point had no problem slipping by after (heir touchdown. "I'm proud of them," Lind-
conversion ton th~e board after a: Patriot defense to mnake their But th'e second time around, sey said. "Despite what hap-
touchdown with 9:17 left in the first overtime touchdown. The the Eagles defense prevailed. opened, we still have football
fourth quarter. Patriots returned the favor, Casey was ungble to hit an~ left."
The Patriots ended up com- but not as easily; they took it to open player, and the Patriots Despite /th~e final quarter;
ing back slowly at the end of third down before getting past were forced to go for the field disappointment and the team's
the fourth, with less than 2 Eagle defense. goal. This time, Peranich was reaction to the loss, Lindsey
minutes left on the clock. With third and seven, Pace's unable to sink the ball bet~ireen said his team played their
Pace was down by only three Josh Reeves caught the leather the two posts, and the leather ~hardest, and he commended
points and managed to tie the from Casey for the touchdown, was turned over to the Eagles., both hiis team and the Eagles.
gaine at 23-23 with a field goal. kneeling for a quick prayer and The Eagle's Clark made "What can I say? It's all good.
The clock ran down, and a .pointing to the sky. one last play to end the game, They played a good ball game."

Santa Rosa's Press Gazette I A9


Wednesday October 28, 2009

City of Milton youth basketball
registration begins Nov. 2 and continues
until the league reaches the maximum
capacity of players. All boys and girls in
kindergarten through eighth grade are
eligible to participate. The cost is $75 per
child. Registration forms will be accepted
Monday through Friday from noon to 8
p.m. at the Milton Community Center, 5629
Byrom St. Also, a special Saturday sign-up
will be held Nov. 14 from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m.
The girl's league draft will be heldDec.
11, and the co-ed draft will be Dec. 12.
SPractice begins Dec. 14, and the first
regular season game will be held Jan 5,
2010. Weekly games will be played at the
Community Center on Monday, Tu~esday,
Thursday and Friday nights. Some will
also be held on Saturdays. For more
information, contact Robert Arnold at 850-
983-5466, ext. 202, or miltonparks@ymail.

SHurricane Junior Golf Tour: The
Hurricane Junior Golf Tour is a Southeast
regional competitive junior golf tour
for boys and girls ages 10-19. The Tiger
Point Junior Classic will be held at the
Tiger Point Golf and Country Club in
Gulf Breeze on Nov. 21-22. For more
information, call 904-379-2697 or visit www.

Arrowhead Jupior 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, 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.

Rotary Raffle: The M~ilton Rotary is
holding a raffle for a Weatherby Vanguard
270 Bolt-Action rifle with Bushnell scope
andlgun case, Cost is $10 per ticket, and
onljr 350 tickets will be sold. Proceeds to
benefit scholarships and other charitable -
projects. The drawing will be held Nov. 20.
To buy tickets, contact a Milton Rotary
Club M~ember or call 288-0037..

Win a car: Tickets are on sale now
for a chance to win a Buick, Pontiac or
GM'C 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-Decemb~er. To buy tickets, visit
McKenzie Mlotors in Mlilton or contact
Linsey Williamson at 850-983-5466 or With each ticket
purchase, donors receive a voucher for 10
percent off any service repair at McKenzie
Motors. One hundred percent of the
proceeds benefit the City of Milton youth
football and cheerleading programs.

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 the
football season. Students may checkmi
~from 8-9 a.m. in the Andrews Institute
Rehabilitation center in Suite 101 on the
Andrews Institute campus, 1040 Gulf
Breeze Parkway in Gulf Breeze. The
exams are provided on a walk-mn basis,
and the initial assessment is done free of
charge. The exams are available to any
student athlete in the Gulf Coast area
including Alabamai, Florida, Georgia,
Louisiana and Mississippi.

More activities can be found at www. Look for the box:
called "Things to Do." There you can
check on activities by ZIP code or type.
You are welcome to enter your events
there as well.

several times during the day by a male sub-
ject. During the final contact in the early
evening, the 47-year-old male suspect (with
witnesses present) physically grabbed the
female employee and made statements
of a sexual and threatening nature to her.
She resisted and instructed the subject
to leave. The man eventually left the area
after sitting in his truck and watching her
from a distance. The employee was afraid
to leave the occupied pier until the male
left, fearing he would follow her. After the
subject left the area, she reported the inci-
dent to her immediate supervisor, who was
near the Pensacola field ~office, and alerted
Lt. Dan Haah. Hahr obtained a sworn state~
zuent and is investigating the incident.

On Oct. 17, Officers Van Barrow and
Danny Arnette, along with Investigators
SEddie Gatlin and Shelby Williams, con-
ducted surveilance around an area that
had been baited with deer pellets and a salt
block on Eglin Wildlife~ Management Area.
SA hunter was later observed hunting from
a tree stand approximately 25 yards from
the baited area. The subject admitted to
placing the bait around his tree stand. He
was cited with placing and exposing bait on
a wildlife management area.

Three subjects fled from their vehicle
when they were stopped by Crestview Po-
lice Department officers. A search of the
vehicle revealed a dead spotted fawn that
had been shot and hidden in the trunk. Of-
ficer Alan Kirchinger met with the patrol
officers the next day and obtained informa-
tion about the registered owner of the ve-
hicle. One suspect was later identified and
interviewed. The investigation is ongoing.

Officers Don Walker and Espy Letcher
checked a subject hunting near an area
where a deer attractant had been broad-
cast on the ground in the Point Washington
Wildlife Management Area. The subject
was cited with placing and exposing bait on
a wildlife management area.

Lt. M~rk Clements responded to a
hunting complaint in northern Bay Coun-
ty. Upon knocking on the subject's door,
Clements observed a potted marijuana
plant growing in the front window. Offi-
cer Dennis Palmer arrived to assist and
located the subject hanging a deer stand
in the woods. When asked about the plant,
the subject said it was for his personal
use. Citations were issued.

This report f-presentts some events
the FWC Northwest Region handled fr~om
Oct. 16-22, however, it does not include all
actions taken by the Division of Law En-

Officer Keith Clark checked a vessel in
Pensacola Baywith two occupants onboard.
The vessel operator asked Clark how many
sh "tcx c~rn dhaf ty equi nt cek
the vessel operator took a shark from the
cooler and threw it overboard, leaving two
more sharks in.the? cooler. Clark issued a
flotice-to-appear citation of interference
with an FWC officer.

Officer Keith Clark checked a commer-
cial fishing; vessel in Pensacola Bay. He
found a deckhand who did not possess the
rqied saultwaiter productisslicense. A no-

An FWC employee for the Florida Wild-
life Research Institute (FWRI) assigned
to the Pensacola field office was conduct-
ing saltwater fisheries surveys on the Gulf
Breeze side of the- Three-Mile Bridge fish-
mng pier. She was approached and harassed

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P9HSoCola Bay
Thursday, Oct. 29, 2009
5:7 ~m CT L tid 0.86 Feet
7:01 a.m. CDT Sunrise
8:43 a.m. CDT High tide 0.90 Feet
3:04 CDT Low tide 0.69 Feet
3:29 p.m. CDT Moonrise
6:03 p.m'. CDT Sunset
10:08 p.m. CDT High tide 1.10 Feet
Friday Oct. 30, 2009
5:3 ~m CT L tid 0.59 Feet
7:01 a.m. CDT Sunrise
3:59 CDT Moon rise
6:02 p.m. CDT Sunset
9:39 p.m. CDT High tide 1.27 Feet
Saturday, Oct. 31, 2009
': a~m. T L tid 0.34 Feet
7:02 a.m. CDt Sunrise
4:30 p.m. CDT Moon rise
6:01 p.m. CDT Sunset
9:36 p.m. CDT High tide 1.46 Feet
Sunday, Nov. 1, 2009 .
4:51 a.m. CST Moonset

6:12a~m CSTLowtod 0.12 Feet
4:04 p.m. CST Moonrise
5:00 p.m. CST Sunset
8:54 CST High tide 1.63 Feet

East Bay
Thursday, Oct. 29, 2009
12:07 a.m. CDT High tide 1.20 Feet
2:56 a.m. CDT Moonset
6:23 a.m. CDT Low tide 1.03 Feet
7:00 a.m. CDT Sunrise
9:26 a.m. CDT High tide 1.08 Feet
3:28 CDT Moonrise
4:22 p.m. CDT Low tide 0.83 Feet

16 523P m.CCDDT Hig 'tide 1.32 Feet
Friday, Oct. 30, 2009
3:52 a.m. CDT Moonset
7:00 a.m. CDT Sunrise
7:11 a.m. CDT Low tide 0.71 Feet
6:7pm nCD Moo rise
10:24 p.m. CDT High tide 1.53 Eeet
Saturday, Oct. 31, 2009
4:49 a.m. CDT Moonset
7:01 a.m. CDT Sulirise
7:48 a.m. CDT Low tide 0.41 Feet
4:28, p.m. CDT Moon rise .
6:00~ p.m. CDT Sunset
10:21 p.m. CDT High tide 1.75 Feet
Sunday, Nov. 1, 2009 -
4:am. CT Mo eset ~

7:30 a.m. CST Low tide 0.15 Feet
4:03 p.m. CST Moon rise
4:59 p.m. CST Sunset
9:37 p.m. CST High tide 1.96 Feet

.BlOC Water Rivef
Thursday Oct. 29, 2009
1:03 a.m. CDT High tide 1.20 Feet
2:57 0.m. CDT Moon set
6:53 a.m. CDT Low tide 1.03 Feet

17 202 a CCDDT Hinr ide 1.08; Feet
3:29 p.m. CDT Moonrise
4:52 part. CbT Lowr tide 0.83 Feet
6:02 p.m. CDT Sunset
11:49 CDT High tide 1.32*Feet
Friday, Oct. 30, 2009 .
3:52 a.m. CDT Moonset .
7:01 a.m. CDT Sunrise .
7:41 a.m. CDT Low tide 0.71 Feet
3:58 p.m. CDT Moonrise
6:01 p.m. CDT Sunset
11:20 CDJ High tide: 1.53 Feet
Saturday, Oc). 31, 2009
4:50 a.m. CDT Moonset
7:02 a.m. CDT Sunrise
8:1 8 a.m. CDT Low tide 0.41 Feet
4:29 p.m. CDT Mooncise
6:00 CDT Sunset
11:17 CDT High tide 1.75 Feet
Sunday, Nov. 1, 2009
4:50 a.m. CST Moonset
6:03 a.m. CST Sunrise
18:00 a.m. CST Low tide 0.15 Feet
4:03 p.m. CST Moonrise
4:59 p.m. CST Sunset
10:33 p.m. CST High tide 1.96 Feet

Navarre Beach
Thursday, Oct. 29, 2009
12:54 a.m. CDT Low tide 1.03 Feet
2:56 a.m. CDT M~oon set
6:44 a.m. CDT High tide 1.16 Feet
6:59 a.m. CDT Sunrise
1:05 p.m. CDT Low tide 0.93 Feet
3:28 p.m. CDT Moon rise
6:02 p.m. CDT Sunset
7:59 p.m. CDT High tide 1.23 Feet
Friday, Oct. 30, 2009
2:22 a.m. CDT Low tide 0.85 Feet `
3:52 a.m. CDT Moonset
7:00 a.m. CDT Sunrise
9:42 a.m. CDT High tide 1.07 Feet
12:45 p.m. CDT Low tide 1.01 Feet
3:57 CDT Moon rise
6:01 p.m. CDT Sunset
7:25 CDT High tide 1.39 Feet
Saturday, Oct. 31, 2009
3:26 a.m. CDT Low tide 0.64 Feet
4:49 a.m. CDT Moonset
7:01 a.m. CDT Sunrise
4:28 p.m. CDT Moonrise

6:00 p.m. CDT Sunset
7:20 p.m. CDT High tidel1.56 Feet
Sunday, Nov. 1, 2009
3:20 a.m. CST Low tide 0.42 Feet
4:49 CST Moonset
6:02 a.m. CST Sunrise
4:03 p.m. CST Moonrise
4:59 p.m. CST Sunset
6:34 p.m. CST High tide 1.72 Feet

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Dobson blazes a trail

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Isiah; Jones follows his blockers after catching a pass from Matt Floyd for a nine-yard gain that set up the final score of the first half. The
panthers (5-2) dug too deep of a hole in the first half and fell short in their second half comeback against Tate 36-34.


The Milton Panthers found themselves in
a hole early and tried to dig their way back
on top but came up short at home against the
Tate Aggies 36-34.
It was a very high-octane football game for
a District i-4A contest, but Milton came up a
two-point conversion short of defeating the
visiting Aggies, who took an early 30-7 lead at
point in the first half.
"You cannot start a football game that way,"
said Milton head coach Mlike Mcplillion. "I
thought we became a team in the second half
and played like a team.
"But we dug too deep of a hole for us to get
out of in the first half.'>
Milton tried to accomplish the daunting
task, but they could not convert the 2-point
conversion late on its final two scores.
The first score in question was a 14-yard
run by quarterback Matt Floyd to start the
fourth quarter.
Unfortunately, the Panthers failed on the
try for two and trailed Tate 30-28 with 11:53
remaining in the game.
Tate finally found~a way to break through
the re-energized Milton defense with Jamar-
ian Bonner rumbling 47 yards for touchdown
with 9:34 remaining to put Tate back up 36-28,
as Blake Cicheskie could not get a kickoff due
to a bad snap, but officials whistled the play
dead as Milton ran down the field with the ball.
Undaunted the Panthers (5-2) went right
down the field and, while plodding down the
field, made the clock their friend in hopes of
forcing overtime.
Sixteen plays the 81-yard drive ended when
Floyd dived in from one yard out for his third
touchdown of the game on the ground.
The Panthers would go for the try but came

BILL GAMBLING | Press Gazette
Devon Tillis fights for an extra yard or twho against the Tate defense. During the second
half, the Panthers fought hard to come back from an early 30-7 deficit, but they fell shdrt
against Tate 36-34.

the loose ball that took a wild bounce before
Ford could pull the ball in. .
From there, Tate ran out the clock and get
back on track in District 1-4A play.
Tate proved to be a quick strike offense in
the game, as its first score came on just the
second play of the game.

up short after the Aggies defense forced Floyd
to scramble east'and then west to keep the
play and the Panthers hopes alive.
"The math forced us to go for two," McMil-
lion said. "There was no other option for us af-
ter they successfully converted for two points."
Milton would stil have one shot left with
4:46 on the clock as they set up for an on-side
kick, but Qudarius Ford was able to recover

With 6:32 left in the first
half, Pine Forest quarter-
back A.J. Clark hit Victor
Brown with a missile for
the first six of the night.
Pace could not get 'on
track and were forced to
punt to the Eagles yet
Pine Forest took that
opportunity and responded
with another touchdown
froin Brown over the mid-
A fake extra point put
the ball in sophomore
Johnnie Carter's arms for
a wide open 2-point conver-
sion, which put the Eagles
in a 12-point lead with 3:12
left in the first half.
Pace had one final shot
after neither team scored
on its next possessions.
Patriot senior quarter-
back David Casey used his
arm and a series of pin-
point accurate completions
to move Pace from Eagles'
40 down to the their 10 with
less than 58 seconds left on
the clock.
Casey called his own
number on second and

goal, running it up the mid-
dle for the Patriot's' first
touchdown of the night.
The Pace defense took
charge and quickly shut
Pine F~orest down deep in
its own territory, forcing
them to punt the football.
This proved to be an ar-
duous task for the. Eagles
and wias. something Pace
would take quick advan-
tage of.
With 17.5 seconds left on
the clock, the Eagles punt-
ed the ball to their own 46,
andsthe Pace return man
signaled for a fair catch
wiith 11 seconds ~remaining.
Wiley Pace head coach
Mickey Lindsey would set
the Patriots up for a free-
kick, which is a seldom
seen rule used in football
until recently.
Pace. .kicker Greg
Peranich teed the ball up
at the Eagles' 46 and let
loose with a kick that split
the uprights. As the horn
sounded, Pace had cut the
Eagles lead to 15-13.


It was -a battle between
the red, white and blue rep-
resenting Esca'mbia and
~Santa Rosa that turned into
a gridiron war.
Pine Forest got the best
of Pace in double-overtime
and handed the Patriots its
first loss in District 1-4A,
The Patriots marched
off with the ball first with a
slow, yet steady pace down
the field until they reached
the Eagle 34 before settling
for a field goal to lead 3-0
with 4:15 left in the quarter.
Both teams would battle
another good 10 minutes
before either team was able
to register a touchdown on
the board. .
After picking up a fum-
ble from the Patriots with
10:34 left in the second
quarter, the Eagles went
. right up the middle of the
field from their 45 and me-
thodically made their way
to the Patriot 13.

BILL GAMBLING I |Press Gazette
Former UWF track coach Mlatt Dobson, from
Jay, wins the 1Vlilton Rotary 5K on Saturday held
along the Blackwater Trail. Dobson paced the field
and crossed the finish line in less than 16 minutes,
after being sick with the flu. More than 60 runners
participated in the event to help raise funds for the
local education and scholarship efforts of the Mlilton
Rotary Club.
For a complete listing of the finishing or-
der and photos from the run, visit our Web site,

.t'' ~'-'~~"7 .:i:eJV~


Milton can't claw way out of early hole against Tate






First Year

Head Coach Bob

Stinnett to Lead
UWF in 2009-10
The West Florida
mehn's basketball team
was picked to finish
sixth in the East Divi-
sion in the preseason
Gulf South Conference
coaches poll, it was an-
. nounced on Thursday.
The Argonauts return
this year with 'first
year Head Coach Bob
Stinnett, as the team lost
eight seniors and all five
starters from last sea-
son's squad that finished
13-12 overall and tied for
fourth at 5-7 in GSC playi.
"I think it was proba-
bly to be expected, com-
ing off a 13-12 record last
year with eight seniors,"
Stinnett said. "With the
process of the hiring in
its late stage, I think it's
to be expected consider-
ing where we are, the
new people we're trying
to bring in and the new

Win, but come

Jay had the momen-
tum and went for the win
NFriday at home against
Norhviw bt cmeup
just short, losing 28-27.
The Royals defense
did idqjo dow 28e2
in its own end and fore-
ing them to punt.
Jay then went down

sc dsug but ar o w
failed, leaving the Roy-

Jay head coach Elijah
Bell. "We had a little mo-
mentum and had already
missed one-extra point,~
so we went for; the win.
We had a guy open, but
we didn't get the football
to him."
Before going for two,
the Royals were flagged
for delay of game.
The Royals, who are
1-5 on the year, have lost
the last four games by a
touchdown or less.
'I'heir only defeat of
seven or more points
this season came at the
hands of Freeport 33-20.
"If I had the answer, I
would get out there to fix
it," Bell said, concerning
the close games the past
four weeks. "All we ~can
do is line our 11 and play
as well as we can."
Jay's quarterback
Stephen Brabham suf-
fered an ankle injury in
the first quarter.
Jay's other scores
,were set up by short
field position, thanks to
Northview turnovers
Bell said.

Eagles swoop by Patriots

in double over time victory

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* Dangerous sieyazards.
* Dangerous dress loose cloth-
ing, unsafe shoes, bulky\ trick-or-
treat bags, masks that can reduce
vision, sharp or pointed toy weap-
ons, and dark costumes>.
* Open flames.
* 'lFeacherous treats~" razor
blades in apples (all fruit should
be washed and cut into small piec-
es before being consumed>. tacks
or poisonous popcorn discard un-
p ckagedopopcoern). Doot allow

Anna Coy, 6, looks through the pumpkmn patch off
Dogwood. The Christ United Methodist Church will. ~
be running the pumpkin patch through Saturdlay

Costume safety tips
*Costumes, mlasks, beards anld wings; should be
Co~t~st~toune hol be light, bright and clearly visible-
to motorists.
Make-up is safer than a mask, which can obhcure-:
~ig oversized and high-heeled shoes that canl
cause a child to trip.
The child's name, address and telephone number
should be placed on trick-or-treat bags in case of an
accident or lost child.
Children should carry~ a fllashlight to see and be
seen easily.
*Trick-or-treat bags should not be too large. The.\
can obscure vision or cause a child to trip.
Costumes should hav;e r~efletive strips

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'ahr aci a GdqwColleen Coy, Anna Coy and Elizabeth Coy pose
wit their pumpkins at thQ pumpkin patch.

PUORens 5 10Uld
Know the route their chlildren will be taking.
Lake sure children are accompanied by~ an adult.
Set limits onl when children should return homle
Consider purchasing Halloweedr treats other than cand\: Stickereaes rv
ons. pencils and sealed packages of raisins and dried fruits are a ero asoiers ry
nIlake sure trick-or-treaters will be safe whil grstn yu oe moie w
decorations and sprinlklers, toyls and bic 'dles r visiting your mih ome. uc Re ove a
walkw-ay. Provide a well-lit outside etrc .1 sour athomg.I~e that l mig t o str your
from trick-or-treaters. e ac oyu oe epfml esaa
* Explain to children the di~ference between tricks and vandalism.
chTansrc cildrenhnoteto eats treats until they return home arid parents have had a

I C.

Colleen Coy examines the pumpkins
at the patch, which come from an In-
dian reservation in New Mexico.



Children should .
* Cross streets only at cor-
*Never cross between
parked car~s.
* Carry a Rashlight or glow :
* Walk facing oncoming traf-
lic if t~helre is no sidewalk
* Be awai'e of Riotor vehi-
cles that might be turning
into Pr backing out of drive-
* Never go into a stranger's

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The proposed ordinance and maps may be inspected by the public
prior to the above scheduled fileet~ings at the Santa Rbsa Co~urity
Planning Departmenit, 6051 Old Bagdad Highway, Milton, Florida.,
Interested parties may appear at the meetings and be heard with
respect to this proposed ordinance. Al~l interested parties should
take notice that if they decide to appeal any' decision made by th'e`
Santa Rosa County Board of County Com~missioners Miith respect
to any matter coming before~ said Board at said meeting, it is their
individual responsibility to insure that a reclord of proceedings they
are appealing exists and for such purpose they will need to insure
that a verbatim record of the proceedings is made, vihich record
sall m cudoebtheb ts~t ony and.the evidence upon, which their

Santa Rosa County adheres to the Americans with Disabilities Act
and will make reasonable modifications for access to this meeting
upon request. Please callSant'a Rosa County Planning, Zoning
and Development Division at (850) 981 -7075 or (850) 939-1259 to
make a request. For the Hearing-Impaired, 1-800-955-8770
(Voice). Requests must be received at least 48 hours in advance a
of he eetng in order to provide the~ requested service.

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Also, a QuickBool
Advanced workshop
is offered on Tuesda:
Nov. 3, from 1-4 p.m.
See how QuickBook~
simplifies complex t;
such as payroll, sale
tax, estimating and j
;costing. Fee is $50 (o
$45 if also attending
QuickBooks Basics.
A Brown Bag Lun
series event titled
isPat iot Expreess Lo
Wednesday, Nov. 4, fi
noort to 1 p.m. Learn
business purpose for
;which a Patriot Ex l
Loali can be used, tl
eligibility requireme
and host to. apply-
This seminars is free.
Presentation will be
Brad Schild, Hancoc
Because our fund
agency i-eqluires a
minimtim number

wreaths and beautiful
The deadline for
ordering your wreath is
Nov. 23, and items will
Sbe ready to pick up on
Nov. 28 between 10 a~m.
and noon at the Baptist
Medical Park parking lot
in Navarre.
The wreaths are
comparable to those
being sold for much more
elsewee. bhhTse whohe
past report that they stay
fresh and fragrant far
beyond the Christmas
season. The poinsettias
.are full and lush, and with
proper care can be kept
and brought back in to :
blooni year after year.
Proceeds from the ~
sale go for the community
beautification projects
that the Garden Club
participates in every
year. This year, the large
project is landscaping the
Front of one of the Habitat
~for Humanitjrhomes in
Wreaths sell for $25,
a~nd poinsettias for $9. .
Dress up your home in
lovely winter greenery
and help your community .
at the same time. To
Place your order, send
your. check payable to
Navarre Garden Club lo
Barb Dillon, 9991 Navarre
Parkwvay, Navarre, .
FL 32566. For more
information, call Barb at

of attendees, we
cancel workshops
that don't meet; these
requirements. Pre-
registration is strongly
recommended. Attendees
are encouraged to bring
their own lunch. For more
information or to register,
call 850-473-7830 or go to
the www.shdc.uwf .edu.





,,Republicaln Club of
SRC to, hold meeting
The Republican Club
e of Santa Rosa County
will hold its next monthly .
meeting and Dutch Treait
Dinner at The Club of '
IHidden Creek, 3070 PGA
Blvd. in Navarre. at 6:30
p.m. Tuesday, Nov. 3. The
guest speaker will be
Ann Bodenstein, SRC's
supervisor of elections.
She will present her
insight into the plants
and requirements we
can expect for the
upcoming election year. .
For-more information,
contact Morgan Lamb
at 85o-9as-2409 or e-mail

Navarre Garden Club
talking orders for
Wf 00ths, poinsettles
Ever e, the .
members oe te Navarre
Garden Club take orders
from their friends and
neighbors for their
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The Santa Rosa County Local Planning Board and Board of
County Commissioners will ~conduct public hearings to consider a
change of land use and/or rezoning of land areas depicted on the :
maps within this advertisement. The hearings are scheduled as fol-

Local Planning Board (to consider and make a recommendation
on the proposals): -
Thursday, November 12, 2009 at 6:00 p.m.

Board of County commissioners (to consider adoption of the
Thursday, Decemnbe 10, 2009 at 6:00. prm.

Both mneetin s will. be held at the Santa Rosa County Administrative
Center in the Board Meeting Room, 6495.Caroline Street, Milton .
'Florida.< At the public hearings, the Local Planning Board and
Board pf County Comnmissioneis shall consider the ordinance enti-
tied :

Ordinance No. 1:


T he following proposed map amendments noted below will be con-
sidered for inclusion and transmittal to the Departm~ent of
Community Affairs as part of the first of two (1 of 2) arriendment
packagess allowed by Florida Statutes in Calendar Year 2010 (10-

Zoning District Amended:, from Ag (Agriculture District) to M2?
:(General Iridustrial District) approximately 29.10 acres
Future Land Use -Designation Amended: from Single Family
~Residential to Ilndustrial approximately 29.10 acres.


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Milton Women's

Rone D I aay

FSMD, TMF, will present
Home for the Holidays on
Sunday at 6863 Oak St.
in downtown Milton. The
event will be held at the

been n sk solutbh 6fl Hhuae
90 at Oak and Santa Rosa
Streets. The afternoon of
exciting holiday decorating
ideas begins at 2 p.m.
SGuests will see a mix of
Thanksgiving, transitional
holiday and Christmas
ideas and demonstrations..
An array of floral pieces will
also be -available for pur-
chase. Light refreshments
will be served during the
break, and door prizes will
be.given away.
Canadvis amasterfloral
designer in Florida and his
original home state, Texas,
and is a third-generation
florist. He lives in Milton,
designs at KaBloom in Pen-
sacola and is often called
on by other designers all
along the Gulf Coast to as-
sist with large weddings~
and banquet and conven-
tion work.
He currently serves as
secretary of the Northwest
Flonida Florists' Associa-
tion and is a member of the
Flonida State Flonist Asso-
ciation. At their convention
earlier- this year, he was
presented the prestigious
Harry J. Killian Award for
Excellence, Profession-
alism and Service in the
Industry. His work is fre-
quently seen in local bridal
magazines and shows.
Tickets are $10 each and
should be purchased in ad-
Vance. Seating is limited.
YOli can e-mail retsel4765@
ROl.COm or call 850-623-9'i35
fdr more information or to
reserve tickets to bepicked
ui at the door.

Cit Of Milfon

*Milton's City Council
Swill meet in Workshop
Session on Thursday, Oct.
S29`, at 9 a.m. at the Milton
SCommunity Center, 5629
Byrom St., for a planning
City of Milton's
SCity Council will meet
in Executive Session on

mM theCoui Cambe s
Sof City Hall, 6738 Dixop
City of Milton's Public
.Works Committee will
meet on Tuesday, Nov. 3,
at 8:30 a.m. in Conference
Room B of City Hall, 6738
Dixon St. :
All meetings are open
Sto thelpublic. For more
information on any of
these meetings, please
call 983-5411.

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Business Professionals
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Wednesday October 28 20 9

SBy Theresa Friday
Extension Fiaculty-Residential
Horticulture UF/
IFAS Santa Rosa County

I'm a noisy gardener.
I try to be as loud as
possible to chase away
any wildlife that might
be lurking around. 'So,
it's a bit surprising that
I've had several close
encounters recently..
Not with aliens but with
snakes, including a
sighting in my garage.
An increase in the
number of snakes in
the landscape is to
be expected. While
the human population
increases and native
habitats decrease, wildlife
is being squeezed out
of their natural areas.
This often leaves our
landscapes as the last
remammig green spaces'
Despite the fear that
many tpheople experience

snake, there is absolutely
no cause for alarm when
the encounter involves a
harmless, non-venomous
shake. Fortunately, most
encounters between
people And snakes in
residential areas involve
one of Florida's 39 native
,species of non-venomous
snakes. Despite the high
diversity of harmless
snakes in Florida, many -
of these species do not
thrive in residential areas,
and of those that do, some
are very secretive and are
rarely seen by people.
There are only a few
venomous snakes in
Florida; therefore, there
are far fewer encounters..
The overall risk of a
dangerous snake bite is
very small.
JoAncoordling in Dr S ve
Florida, snakes play
important roles in
Florida's ecosystems and
help to control rats and
even othlr snakes. Some
non-venomons species,
like the Eastern Indigo ~i
Snake ando kisn s

Snakes also serve as
important pryfo birds

Several species of
Florida's snakes are now
considered threatened
or endangered. Even the
urban areas are at risk
of being killed by pets,
lawnmowers, vehicles

un aiiea wt FoFida's
But, to keep most
people from experiencing
a frightening encounter,
there are some simple
steps you calitake
to coexist safely with
First, be sure to learn
the common snakes in
your area. While I did
take a big gasp at the
sight of the snake in my

The eastern diamond-backed rattlesnake (Crotalus
adamanteus) is similar in appearance to the Florida
pinesnake, but is a much heavier-bodied snake with
obvious dark diamond marks bordered in white
down the back, a dark facial band and a large


Lastly, establish an
emergency plan for the
unlikely event that a
resident, child, or pet
is bitten by a venomous

snaSkes, while
frightening to some
people, serve an
important ecological
role. Remember, given
the opportunity, snakes
will usually flee. The best
thing is to leave snakes
alone. You should not be
afraid of snakes. You need
to respect them and give
them their space.
Theresa Friday is the
Residential Horticulture

Extension Agent for
Santa Rosa County. The
use of trade names, i~f
used in this article, is
solely for the purpose

if 2ato. It no t
guarantee, warranty,
or endorsement ofthe
product name(s) and does
not signify that they are
approved to the exclusiont
of others.
For additional
information about all
of the county extension
services and other
articles of interest go to:
http://santarosa. ifessufl.


The Southern black racer is long and slender; the largest reach up to 6 feet in length
(most are less than' 4 feet long). They have smooth scales and range from jet black to
dark gray on their backs and bellies, with chins and throats that are lighter or white.

enter. Small snakes only
need a pencil-size opening
to enter your home.
For more information,
visit the University of
Florida publication on
"Dealing with Snakes
in Florida's .Residential
Areas" at http://edis.ifas.

firewood should be moved
away from highly traveled
areas, and should be -
stored neatly on a rack,
rather than on the ground.
Thirdly, "snake-proof"
your home and other
structures. Inspect your
home for openings that
might allow snakes to

garage, I quickly knew
it was a harmless black
racer and was probably
more frightened by our
encounter than I was.
Secondly, "snake-proof"
your yard.
Eliminate hiding
spaces like tall grass
or .debris piles. Piles of

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t R a's Press Gazette

Time for Great Gulftoast Arts Festival

Special to the Press Gazette glue, sequins and the like for children to make things
like masks, crowns, magic wands and jewelry. The Chil~
The first full weekend in November each year is dren's Festival is open Friday for children with special
time for Great Gulfcoast Art~s Festival, one of the best- needs from selected schools and is open to everyone on
regarded, most popular. ar~ts festivals in America. The Saturday and Sunday, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Great Gulfooast Arts Festival is a three-day, juried Also in Bartram Park is the Student Art Show,
art show in Pensacola's Seville Square. Each year, which showcases the talents of both private and
it draws more than 200 of the nation's best painters, public school students of Escambia and Santa Rosa
potters, sculptors, jewelers, graphic Counties. More than 2,000 pieces of art
artists, craftsmen and other artists. from elementary, middle and high
They'll be competing for $25,000 in school students will be displayed.
cash awards. Pensacdla artist Susan Rand de~
Live musicians hit the right signed this year's GGAF poster. She
notes from the maih also designed the
stage in Foun- .. .- very popular
tain Park, 2005 poster
wit sund's Great Gulf coast 4ts Fe~stivli'~tdrnts
from zydeco, willPR W % .w l be avail-
blugrss ----T--- able at the
jazz and blues to Fsiaa il
clasica. Th Pesacla 0 LU CO 01111} 1T-shirts, caps and other
Symphony Orchestra will items.
be returning to the GGAF Next to the Seville Square
stage this year. Complete lineup and schedules are on- Gazebo, look for Joan Bailey, this year's International '
line at http://wwwwggaf. org/inusic. Invited Artist. Joan is an artist from Calgary,. Alberta,
The Parrish Performing Arts Stage showcases Canada who works with acrylics, pastels, charcoal,
dance, including folk, ballet and more. encaustic, collage and oil sticks. She also creates 2D
The Festival also features a special area set aside works in wood, leather and metal combinations.
for Heritage Arts: demonstrations of crafts of the past, Food and beverages will be available from a variety
including blacksmithing, engraving, spinning, weavmng of vendors, including some of Pensacola's best-known
and other skills.. restaurants.
The Children's Arts Festival is next door in Bartram Admission to the festival is free, as are programs
Park, featuring numerous hands-on artistic opportuni- and maps. Festival hours are 9 a.m. until 5 p.m. on Fri~
ties provided free of charge. Projects include face paint- day and Saturday (Nov. 6 and 7) and 9 a.m. until.4 p~m.
ing, clay play, a flower shop, button creations, sand art, on Sunday (Nov. 8).
sidewalk art and a balloon man. There will be glitter, More information is available at

Speciall to the Press Gazette
Have you got a little
one or a young lady or
gentleman that you'd
like to have shine? Then
we've got just the place
for you.
The Little Miss and
Master Santa Rosa Stars
Pageant and Starlight
Productions presents
"Twas the Night Before
Christmas ... along the
Gulf Coast" holiday pag-

n4 t p~m ud te NMil
ton High School Audito-
Officials were en-
couraged by parents to
present other pageants
after a successful patri-
otic pageant in Julr.
'Ihe pageant is open
to girls, newborn to 18
and boys, newborn to
8. The basic entry fee
level will be considered
for Queen/King; first,
second and third alter-
nates; and Best Smile,
Best Eyes, Best Hair,
Best Attire and Best
Modeling. Many optional
categories are available,
including Photogenic,
Christmas "Fum" Wear,
including a Paren /child/

and more.
There will be two
Overall Supreme win-

ners one from ages
newborn to 8 years and
one .from ages 8-18.
These will be the con-
testants with the high-
est ovei-all point scores
in the basic categories.
prizes, and no child goes
home empty-handed. All
contestants will receive
a mini Christmas, tree
crown, participation tro-
phy and certificate.
As part of the pag-
eats, an lunisy p t
local charities and fami-
lies during the upcom-
ing holiday season by
providing food and toys .
to those in need.
This community:
event is open to anyone
and is not a high-glitz
pageant, but rather
one that is centered on
poise, personality and
natural beauty. It is the
wish of the Santa Rosa
Stars Pageants to help
children develop and
improve poise and con-
fidence while making
new friends and build-
ing positive character
traits and Self-esteem.
It is a family-oriented
pageanan entry form
or more information, e-
mail santarosastars@

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prior to the Open House of these Premier lake ~dmes.
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bags along the route for collecting
plenty of parade throws.

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Santa Rosa's Press Gazette|I BS

Wednesday, October 28, 2009

The Florida Fish and
Wildlife Conservation Com-
mission (FWC) staff will in-
troduce a concept for a new
black bass management
plan on Oct. 26 at the Florida
Freshwater Fishing Coali-
tion meeting in Orlando. The
plan addresses the long-term
needs of this group of sport
Aish, which includes Florida
largemouth, shoal, spotted
and Suwannee basses.
Black bass are the most
popular recreational fish in
the world. In lorida, they
provide 822,000 anglers over
te age of 16 withl14.7 million
days of healthy outdoor rtic-
reation and generate more
than a billion dollars in eco-
nomic impact for Florida, ac-
cording to the 2006 National
S~uirey ~of Hunting, Fishing
and Wildlife-Associated Rec-
The F'WC seeks prub-
Hec input at the unveiling of
the dra~ft p~lan. The meet-
ing starts at 9 a.m. in the
Orlando Byss Pro Shop's
confe ece room during the
Florida Freshwater Fishing
Coalition. FLFFC is a part-

nership offreshwater fishery
organizations and anglers,
representing a cross-section
of businesses, nonprofits- and
individuals, who have a stake
in ensuring the fuure of
Florida's outstanding fresh-
water fisheries. Collectively,
they want to learn about and
discuss lake management
issues, fisheries data and re-
search, so they can provide
an informed voice to achieve
the coalition's vision. Their
mission is "'Ib serve as a co-
alition of freshwater fishery
organizations and anglers to
protect our rights by provid-
ing representation in Florida
government on pertinent is-
sues that affect recreation
and conservation." For more
information, visit www. .
"TheFLFFCis eestaticto
be able to discuss Florilla's
blackbass mahagementplan
with the FWC at our inaugu-
ral meeting~.The FLFFC and
its partners are faced with
many issues, including ac-
ceast habitat roteco and
Kersey, FLFFCpresident. -
The FWC's Black Bass

Management Plan will ulti-
mately provide the blueprint
to ensure Florida's recogni-
tion as "The Bass Capital
o~ ther World," said Darrell
Scovell, FWC's director of
the Division of Freshwater
Fisheries Management,
If you're interested in
representing a fishery-de-
pendent business or organi-.
zation or are an avid angler
with time to commit to help-
ing the coalition, please visit to reserve
a seat and to provide input
and guidance to the FWC
on this comprehensive and
innovative new plan. During
the afternoon session, FWC
,staff willhost a roundtable
forum to solicit stakeholders'
thoughts, reactions, ideas
and suggestions to help craft
the final draft that wrill be
presented to FWC commis-
sioners in December.
The public also may pro-
vide input at www.MyFWC.
comr/fishing. Sign up for the
FWC's stakeholder newslet-
te~r WC 4 11" by s~elec ig
"FWC 4-1-1" from the left-
side pop-up menu.

Acting on a tip that a
Crestview resident had
a "large snake" that had
escaped before, Flor-
ida Fish and Wildlife
Conservation Commis-
sion (FWC) investiga-
tors went to the man's
home Wednesday and
were amazed to find an
uncaged, 11-foot-long,
albino Burmese python
crawling in the man's
home. .
Investigators esti-
miatedlthe sha~e weighs
more than 100 pounds.
Lemuel A. DeJesus,
S26, of 624 E. Williams
~Ave;., acknowledged to
invest gators he had a
snake in 'the- home but
adu tas jled,d crd
ing to FWC Investigator
Jerry Shores: De Jesus
was charged with pos-
session of a reptile of
concern without a per-
mit, housing a reptile
of concern in an unsafe
mamler, and resisting
arrest without violence.
~All three charge8 are
second-degree misde-
meanors, punishable by
fines of up to $500 and
a maximinim 60-day jail
"There was no sign
of hoaem ,rb tte sat
ally shocking ~thing: is
there ~were mattresses
on the floor along with
the clothing of small
children,": Shores said.
"There weren't any chil-
dren in the home when
we were there, but it

was obvious children
were in and oilt of the
house. With a snake
that size, that's just a
disaster waiting to hap-
Shores said the py-
thon was seized and is
being held at an undis-
closed location until
DeL~esus appears before
an Okaloosa County
judge. ~His first appear-
ance is set for Nov. 17.
While. most .. of the
news iin the p~ast,.few
months has beenabalout
the spread of Bdrimese
pythons in the wild in
South Florida and the
recent. strangulation
death of a 2-year-old
Sutr boutj ci
ily snake, there have
been few reported py-
thon incidents in the
Florida- Panhandle, un-
Til now. *
Just two weeks ago,.
Shores said, charges
were filed with the State
Attorney's office against
a Wewahitchka man for
numerous reptile viola-
tions :after his 11-foot-
long Burmese python
escaped and was killed
in a neighbor's chicken
26, Gulf o nBy to
reactions officer, had no
cage for his snake and
let it freely crawl about
his apartment at 329
Chipola: Ave. in W~ewahi-
Under captive wild-
life' rules, anyone pos-

sessitig one of the noh-
native reptiles classified
as reptiles of concern
- including Burmese
pythons, amethystifle
pythons, reticulated
pythons, African rock
pythons, green anacon-
das and. Nile monitor
lizards -- must obtain a
$100 reptile of concern
permit and adhere to
cagmg Xequirements
baSed on the size of the
reptile. They also must
keep a written and ap-
proved contingency
plan in case of escape
or natural disaster.
The rules for captive
wildlife went into effect
in January 2008. People
ohnocer per 6 reto I e -
fective date are still re-
quired to purchase the
reptile of concern per-
The FWC hosts Pet
Amnnesty Days several
times a year. At these
events, people who can
no longer keep nonna-
tives as pets can turn
them over to the FWC
for placement. The next
Pet Amnesty Day will be
held at Busch Gardens
in Tampa on Nov. 7.
For more information
dn Bou rese pythons
concern, visit MyFWVC'
com and click on "Bur-
mese pythons" umder
Quick Clicks. To report
wildlife law violations,
call the toll-free Wildlife
Alert Hotline at 888-404-


~5:30 to6t:30 p~rm Dinner vitith the Doc
Enjoy a heart healthy meal followed
by a' prbsenta~ti~on, "The Facts About theflu."
C .David Smith, M.D. Michael Smith, M.0;
Jleff Kelley, M.D. ~Marian Stewart, jl.II

limited seating. Reservatifonts reqluired. ~
Call (850) 469-7897.

8 a.m. Health screenings
* Non-fasting heart risk assesslilents
*Grip strength and balance~ evaluations
* Osteoporosis heel scans
S9 a.m.e "'Servinig the Commun~ity Together"
Mike Hutchins, Jay Hospital administrator


FWC presents draft for black boss management plan

Gulf C'oast Business
Professionals meet every
Th~esday at 7:30 amn
at Tiger Point Gulf Club
1~255 Country Club Rd.
Gulf Breete, Florida 32566
Any questions contact
Greg Cowell at


Tri cities chapter meets
every Thursday at 7am
at Oops Alley
3721 Ifwy. '90
PRCe, FlOrida 32571
'' .Any questions contract
Debbie Coon at


Jay Hospital and Baptist Health Care

Celebrating 30 Years

Jay Hospital affiliated with Baptist Health Care in 1979 to ensure
convenient access to quality care. Join Jay Hospital and Baptist
Health Care at the events below as we celebrate 30 years of serving
Sthe community together.

October 31`: Trick or Treat in the Street
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clothes, women's and
men's clothes and
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If you are the student
who 'FOUND' the
Nintendo DS with gui-
tar hero game and
grip in it on the SRC
school bus .#521,
please return it to the
bus driver. If you are
the parent~ of a
son/daughter who has
a Nintendo you can't
account for, please
return it to the bus
driver. It will make a
little .girl. happy and
you will feel good
about yourself

Two cemetery lots at
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.gate. Price negotiable..

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4130 Employment


a petition is filed in ac-
cordance with the
above. Upon the
hsel rd ringil ot petitiefn

decie feth l p .he or-
de o th Dprn.
This permit constitutes
an order of the Depart-

mas the righ ttoapeeikc j
dlcial review of the or-
der under Section

Satu s, by te' fi Idgoa
dern te .1 appeal un-

Fl ikdar Rules ofw ppe -

mn n chae Oiffic o

Tallahassee, Florida,
32399-3000; and by fil-
ing a copy of the notice
of the appeal accom-
pnie byfethse apII -

appropriate district
court of appeal. The
notice of appeal must
benfilehd within h0 dy
final order is filed with
the Clerk of the Depart-
ment. Requests .for re-
view before the Land
and Water. Adjudicatory
Commission must be
filed with the -Secretary
of the Gommission and
served~ on the Depart-
ment within 20 days
from the date when the
final order is filed with
the Clerk of the Depart-

The application is avail-
able for, public inspec-
tion during normal
business: hours, 8:00
a~m. t :0p~m., o-
day through Friday, ex-
Dept r eta holi ,roat
me inal Protectin 160
Gvm ontal PenCent r

Rlorida 32502-5794.

102809 (1) \

Legal l0/1363

Pea~ Ridge Flea Market
and Mini Storage at
5186 Hwy 90 Pace FlI
32571 has lien on aill
goods stored in units
212 and 215. and
School Bus stored on
property belonging to
Billy D Fowler, These
items of personal prop-
erty will be sold or clS-
posed of on 11-13-09;
The sa e will take place
at 5186 Hwy 90 Pace FI

102809 <

Over 15 years of
experience References
available. 994-6236


From trimming to trac-
tor work. Clean-ups,
raking, hauling, mow-
wonk Rso na ;rt
rats fwee estimates.

Liened Ined

you fail to do so, a d
fault may bhe entered
against you for the r -
lIef demanded In the

Copies of all court
documents In this
case, including
orders, are available
at the Clerk of the Cir-

You may review these
documents upon r -

erk must keep irc

Co rtsu ofce ntif e

sic o Curr n

Form 12.915.) Future
papers in this lawsuit
will be malled to the
address on record at
the clerk's office-

12.285, Florida Family
Law Rules of Proce-
dure rquireds c rtain
of documents and In-
formation. Failure to
comply can result in
sanctionS, including
dismissal or striking
of pleadings.

Dated: September 30,

By: Brenda Lambrisky
Deputy Cle k

Legal 10/1362

This intent to issue a
rgmit (File No.
G702028-001-F mtno
Company, Inc., 711
West Garden Street,
Perisacola, Florida
32501, .to imp icti2.n

welndso fouritshe con-
struc ion ofa resi en-
tial development, with
an associated onsite
conservation ease-
ment, is hereby
granted unless a suffi-
clent petition for an ad-
ministrative hearing is
timely filed under Sec-

tions 120.569 ..and
120.57 of the Florida
Statutes ~as provided

The tpeojects is loated
Soundside Drive be-
tween Dubose Road
and Chinquapln Road
inn Gulf srezeon la
Ill Waters of the State,
Section 26, Township

423e:167 oNorth, Long~i-
West, in Santa Rosa

t tinin dor ea hear

A person whose sub-
stantial interests are af-
fected by the Depart-
ment's action may peti-
ton for an prdo n sr

(hearing) under Sec-
tions 120.569 and
120.57 of thq Florida
Statute ntalhehepeti orn

mation set forth below
and must be filed
(received by the clerk)
in the Office of Genera)
Counsel of the Depart-
ment at 3900 Common-
wealth Boulevard, Mail
Station 35, Tallahas-
see, -Florida

Because the adminis-
trative hearing process
-is designed to redeter-
mine final agency ac-
tion on the application,
the filing of a petition
'for a'n administrative
hearing may result in a
modification of the per-
mit and lekse, or even
a denial of .the applica-
tion. Accordingly, the
applicant is advised not
to commence construc-
eronorthothwer a til ie
until thef deadline tit a

for an administrate
hearing, or request for
an extension of time
have expired,
Under .Rule
62-110.106(4) 'of the
Florida Administrative
Code, a person whose
substantial interests are
affected by the Depart-
ment's action may also
request an extension of
time to file a petition for
an administrative hear-,
ing. The Department
may, for good cause
shown, grant the re-
qu~est for an extension
of' time. Requests for
extension of time must
be filed with the Office
of General Counsel of
the Department at 3900
Commonwealth Boule-

Security Self Storage
at 4391 Hwy 90 Pace,
FL 32571 will sell at
tt)i eaucto dnd co -
WEDN0EOS9AY 2*00 p
on premises were
said property has been
stored. Purchases must
re paid) forn atctime o
credit card only

Idlpurc asewdhiem aa
must be rern ed~a tt

sb ect to ancella in

cn olgated nu b .

Metal Roofing Tax
Credit 40 yr Warranaty
tUrer. 30 colors in
stock, Quick tumna-
FOUnd. Delivery availa-
ble. GulfM Cact r p
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set, still in plastic, war.
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delivery available
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Sofa & Love seat in
crate. Rich brown, life-
tim~e warranty. n sto eg
471 -0330 can separate

Brand New Pillowtop
pran sill in patc
$165, Delivery avail

Mattress, Ring size, pil
low top, with founda-
tions, New factory
sealed, and warranty
$230. 850-471-0330

New Full size Mattress
with box and warranty
in~ plastic $125.00 Can
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Sofa, Loveseat, -Tables
5pc set, plush micro-
fieNew still in box.
Orig $1500, sacrifice
$600. 850-255-3050 ~

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vard, Mall Station 35,
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32399-3000, before the
a plicable deadline. e

tnsion of ine msh ritol

for filing a. petition until
the request is acted
upon. If a request Is
r te late, te Deptar -
upon a motion by the
,requesting party show-
ing that the failure eto

tnsiodne intimwabef a

rebutlt of excusable rle-

yn he evn ta a

other persons whose
substantial interests will
be affected by the out-
come of the administra-

rih o p tiorh ein ere
vene in the proceeding.
Intervention, will be
only at the discretion of
tuh peotee gofgoffice
tion in compliance with
Rule 28-106.205 of the
Florida Administrative

In accordance with
Rules 28-106.111(2)
a n d
62-110.106(3)(a)(4), pe-
titions -for an adminis-
trative hearing by the
applicant must be filed
within 21 days of re-
ceipt of this written~ no-
tice. Petitions filed by
any persons other than
the applicant, and
other than those enti-
tied to written notice
under Section
120.60(3) of the Florida
Statutes, must be filed
within 21 day of publi-
cation of the notice or
within 21 days of .such

thoti e of pbidclti n.of

Under Section
120.60(3) of the Florida
Statutes, however, any
person who has asked
the Department for no-
tice of agency 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 applicant 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 provided be-
low .within, the appropri-
ate time period shall
constitute a waiver of
those rights.

A petition that disputes
the material facts on
which the Department's

cnain theb fnwing in

(a) The name and ad-
dress of each agency
affected and each
aecy's fl moreidentif -
(b) The name, address,
and thelephoini n umbh

nm, eadnrss ran t
petiti ner' re oes nt

tioner' substantwichal i-
beteret adres for wil eaf-
feted byrs the agency
deemnation o o h ei
tidnehs statemntptfhen
receied no tce of te c
agen ecmisaion;
(d) A statement of all
anone, the pettiton mst
so eindicatie; o h
(e) Acois statement o i
legpued, includn the m
specifc facts tha thee ar
nn t petition contens
mo idifcatio o te

(f) A ocs statementofte

specific rules osthat. t
usthttepetitioner cned
corrnted requires ore
versfal or modf ction
of ten' agency's pro.
(g) A statement of the
tpeitioner, stin prea-
ciese thatte faction tat
therslo peitone ishes
resec toe the agency's
prposed action.
eition thatemn df then
reifacs on whic the De-
partmnentsactiong IS
basedy shal sacte that
dpthe and otner wise
sh allnc cont thke same
informa tiont as et forth
aboove, as eqiredby

d~eriio ta Sectos no
of pthe Floid S~teratue
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5245 `Yancy Drive,
SPace, FL 32571

'that an action has been
'filed against you and
'that you are required to
serve a copy of ~your
Written defenses, if any,
Sto 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

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Boule r 50 mo REi N47 m 2 $3ki de,
Waterfront 2/2 with large deck,
TH 3 br, 1.5 ba, fridg, front & back. No pets.
mlc owave, sae,hoDPN $5085m5nth, $300 dep. QIst d d/ ba2 Whtn

5w0n995-86 5 grae3/2 on private, fenced $350 plus dep. Sewer
101. Ice maker refrigera- & garbage incl. No
a ~tor, CH &A, total elec- pets. Non-smoking` en-
tric. Quiet neighbor- vironment. HUD OK.
6140 hood. $495 month, Also lot rental for $225
$495 dep. 995-6138. per month.
*3/2-Clean, quiet, con- leave message 626-1552
nf Aient. bmefoBI dO 3/2 double wide (off Av-
Laudryroom, privacy, alon Blvd.) Washer &
fenced yard, carpet. dryer hookup. Water &
$700 month. 626-2606 trash services. No pets.$5 ics
*Pace mo~nhly. 9 e it, $5 0
3/2, living room, den,
laundry room, covered MIlton (Bruce Lane)
back porch, fenced Includes water, gar-
backyard and large. bagel and lawn service. REAl.ESIRTE FOR SAKE
storage building. Nice 2/2 for $450 month 710 Homes
neighborhood. $750. 2/2 for $350/month 7105 Open House
626-2606 Call 698-4582 7110 Beachl Home/

$11 503, olyfo 7~o Dobe wide mobile 'I8- od a ~nhouse
np.Buy 53 byrs C1 $595 -5678 15 -Losn AeH is
mo for listings 7170295,7768 -:~ wOat~~~nerfront
(800)366-9783 ext 5798 Milton. 7180 Investment

3/ CSingl saGarog EONT Bet een 300. u own at
2001 $850 month 313-0277, 463-7965
850-426-1159 Leave
Avalon. Blvd Aea
Great location, great
neighborhood. 3/2, C;( J-"~LI
laundry room. Brick
home, approx. 1500
sq. ft., 2-car garage,~
privacy fence. $845
month, $845 deposit. O l t
983-2118 M o ig p l
Beautiul 3/2 Home w/ I 9810in this ad
Bonus Room, all appll-*
ances incld. in great
neighborhood $850 mo wtiv *~ O F
850-380-8844.Mlo En ie Puc ~s
Great location. 3/1,
CH&A, Washer/Dryer.. Good Thru Ocf.31, 2009
$650 mo. $650 down
(850)623-8365.1 5186 HWY 90
Miltn arkee N~e 2w PACE, F"L 325;71
+ $80 dep. Pets (Ar055 ifrm LOWer))
considered. Call (850)
501-0273 or 529-7899 f800, lUe5, ThUr5, Fril g So0 94
Rental house ready (050(| Sunday & Wednesdoy
now, 3 bdrms 2 bath
brick, double car gar-
age, fenced, fireplace II;LI~,J( I ( II I I 1~111
$"00' pn dep 5905 dBear-983 rmgN w~ort
7eoaSt. Pce (850) N W L C t0

-4-e Openmng
South Garcon Pt. Rd.OY NO. 2009
3/2 on Escambia Bay
w/ 80 foot pier. Washer, 567 ERTH 1..1 H St e
dryer, dishwasher & I IT fridge,' with ice maker, O ke ll z
Outidel storage bld50R ck el z
month / $950 deposit. 9 4 1 1 6
(850) 572-6352

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Santa Rosa's Press Gazette BII

WednesdayOctober 28, 2009

20rB Rnt. ffice,Bs ar
fenced in. $800 de-
posit, $800 month.
Robin 516-4181, Sonya
1200 sf office/business
unt viale for I as
unitBerra bl Road, a l
ton, 1 blk from SRMC.
Economical deals avail-
abe 52 11 Llz 626-0373/
MIlton Offices
Tw mnths Tfree rn
tions to choose from.

1 'bedroom, unfur.
nished apt. Great for
seniors. Call for special
pricing. 626-0287
All utilitieS in Pace
2/18% with hwa / d
$750/$700. i No, Pets

Efficiency Apt.
Pool, laundry mat,
all utilities paid. $495
month. Call today for
$599 special.

tric, patio, washer/
dryer hookups,

.manh dCa toa fr
$799 rent & deposit
move in special.


Nice, large 2/2. Kt-
ten equipped, all
electric, balcony,
washer/dryer hook-
ups, ceiling fans. ~
Water & trash. $595
month. Call today for
$799 rent & deposit
move in special.
2/1 Duplex with refrig-
erator, DW, stove, W/D
hookups. 6461 Maddox
Road. $500 month,
$500 dep. 261-9131
r dNS.R 6288 H milton
& 2 bedrooms available
now Rents~ $505/$560.
0o apdpepcation eci +
with approved credit.
Call Today.


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Sani oial Help Needet
work in large retail
store in the Milton area.
9:30pm-6:30am. 16-20
hrs. wk. Cleaning
and/or floor care expe'
rience is a plus. Please
call 800-860-8057. job
ref# 1905

Just Gradtuate7 Trav l
States. National co
now hiring 18+ sharp

portation & lodging fur-
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5100 business
5110 M~onerj to Lqnd

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612 Beach Rentals
6130 Condo/rawnhouse
6140 House Rentals
6150 Roommate Wanted

610 u-t-Tf 3Rtnats
8190 Timeshsae Rentals
6200 Vacation Rentals


1999 Honda Civic
$2001 2001 Nissan
Altima $3501 2003 VW
Jetta $400! POLICE IM-
POUNDS! for listings
call (800)366-9813 ext

Miata convertible 1993.
duce (30 tmpg, ci )0
firm. 5 speed. 983-4851

rO0 a lo 2009 Polaris
Ranger Crew. Low
hours. Low miles. War-
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8110 -Cars
310- prpu ksUtility Vehicles
8140 -Vaus
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8245 Boat SlIps & Docts
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Siesta Cat takes a cat nap on Fiesta Panther!
These twro wonderfull anirnals were part
of our Fiesta Reading Kick-of'f at W. H.
Rhodes Elemen~tary School. Victor E.
Panther camne fromn Milton High School to
help our Junior Panthers celebrate reading
and to get us excited about using the
Accelerated Reader and Successmnaker
programs. Both animals did a w:onderfulI
job demnonstratin~g the correct method (of
course demonstrated by Victor E.Panther)
and incorrect methods demonstratedd by
the Siesta Cat) of using these tools in
orders to be successfilal readers. Our school
-wide theme this year is, "There is no
time for a Siesta... It's a Reading Fiesta!"

W. H. Rhodes welcomes our new teacher this
year, LaTarsha Ukazimn whko is teaching
kindergarten this year. She was born and
raised in Milton, Florida and graduated from
Milton High School in 1997. Mrs. Ukazim
received hier bachelor's degree from the
College of Charleston in Charleston, SC',
wYhere her family was stationed for four years
Mr/Is. Ukazim and her husband have two sons
wlhich keep then both v~ery busy. We ar~e happi
to have her here at Rhodes. She says, "I am
excited and grateful to be a par-t of th~e Jr.
Panther teaml. -



Wednesday, October 28, 2009


BS I Santa Rosa's Press Gazette

W. H. Rhodes Elementary

Kcatelinn Durhamn
Alekanzie Ellis
Savanna11hl ReamevlS~
Haninah Pow~ers
Hannaih A~lock
A~llison MIilb~urn

sarahi Proff~itt
Ma la s ia C u ri ngton
Sieeja R Iliam
Logani Elliort
Zac Pence
.4shlev Alanthel s
Chjse Pitnman

Pre- Kindergsarten :
Calleon Ukaziln
C la ire Sherman

To~nishla Ro~binson Rox
Taluamno M\cllister Ker
Natabes Lopez Kai
M~icah Waitmlan ~ai
Laila M:itchell Den
Addfison~ Stokes a
Hannah7 Edw~ards Sar;
Saviannahi Posey

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Jason Payne
Emnery Rese s
Justin C'layton
A~lexis WCilson
Romeo Rich
Rudy~ Enum~erables
Cierra Clark
Savannah Hall
Kelly Humphreys
Jakob Joyner

;ie To~laler
~ri HaIrt
Sebou n1
rissa Broxson
Inis White
don7 Scott
ah1 Richmlond

M a rq uis AqI len
Kaylee Hodges.
Jaldyin Pierce
Mlagan Gallagher
A4nna Nesbit
Isabella Carp~enter
Aaron Ketnnington

Rhodes Elemnentary received the
Silver Award
An award celebrationi was held f~or Rhiodes Elemntciary as
the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA)
niationally recognized Rhodes Elementary as a recipient
of the "Healthier US School Challenge"" Sil\er Awa~rd.
Theyr won this through offering a healthier balance of lunch:
Off~ering a different vegetablee 2ever day~ of the wveek.
Three must be dark green or orange.
Serv-ing a cooked dry~ beani or pea every wreek.
OItTe~ring different fruits each wveek.
Fresh fruit offered '' days a w~eek .
Offetring w\hole grain products daily.
OfteLrmng onlly 'r C1% fat fr-ee mnilk.
Meeting Snack Guidehines:
At or belo\\ 3500 Total fant. 10 ar
Saturated Fat. O) Tranls Fat and 35..o

Mr. Do~n Arnettt Regpionail 1I Adinistrator(,I LSDA~ Food aInd
Nutritionl Senl icet w~ith Lmducl Pope, Cafletria Mlanager, and l

Jun ior Pant he rs

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