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Rising prices leave smokers fuming


By BILL GAMBLING
bgamblin@srpressgazette.com
Some smokers in Santa Rosa
Countyfeel like they are discarded
butts, just like the remains of each
cigarette they smoke because of
what they call high prices.
When looking at the difference
between prices in the Milton/


Pace area verses those charged
in Brewton, Ala., the difference
for a pack of cigarettes is around
$1.60 a pack, while smokeless to-
bacco customers look to be get-
ting snuffed out with a difference
of almost $2.70 a can.
Some stores will point to taxes
as the issue, but that is not the
entire case with the difference


between the two states at $0.914.
But many are choosing to
shop somewhere other than the
local grocer, convenience store,
or shopping center.
"I know a lot of people have
started going to Alabama to buy
them now," according to Dawn
Worden, a RaceTrack employee
. in Milton.


The shopping is one thing, but
there appears to be more to it as
this part of the state is well above
the national average of $5.15 per
pack as reported in a Campaign
for 'Tobacco Free Kids report in
October of this year.
Florida ranks 24th nationally
with a tax bf $1.339 per pack of
smokes or can of tobacco, while


Alabama is 46th at $0.425 per pack
or can.
Ironcially the highest state
tax is in Rhode Island at $3.46 per
pack, while South Carolina is at
the other end of the scale at seven
cents per pack.
Federally the cigarette tax is
See SMOKERS A3


POW WOW MARKS.

19TH CELEBRATION

OF THE SANTA ROSA

CREEK INDIAN TRIBE


By BILL GAMBLING
bgamblin@srpressgazette.com


F loridatown Park will come alive
this weekend with the drums of
Native Americans.
This will mark the 19th celebra-
tion of the Santa Rosa
Creek Indian Tribe
featuring many events,
through out the week-
end that include danc-
ing, arts and crafts,
heritage displays, as
well as Native Ameri-
can story telling.
Vice Chief of the
Santa Rosa Creek
Indian Tribe Lloyd .
Hinote pointed out this
particular Pow Wow
Celebration is bigger
than many realize.
"People reserve this
weekend on their cal-
endars," Hinote said.
"We will have people
from North Georgia,
South Carolina, Texas,
Tennessee, South and
Central Florida, as well as those who
live in the area.
"Besides the support we get, it being
Native American Month in the United
States makes it extra special this week-
end."


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One of the biggest attractions is the
dancing led by Rocky Weber, the head
male dancer, and Carol Enfinger, the
lead female dancer.
This year is no different as Hinote
and others had to expand the spirit
circle they dance in. ,
"We hold a traditional spiritual pow
wow," Hinote said.
"We have also been
holding dance classes
each month to teach
the traditional dances
so a bigger circle was
needed."
Also expect some
very colorful danc-
ing from the "Spirit
Warrior Dancers" as
Well as some dancers
who will be wearing
very colorful feather
bussels.
The bussels, which
are very ornate items
with feathers, require
the dancers more
room to do their tradi-
tional dances.
But this is not the,
only part of the tradition Native Ameri-
cans and others can enjoy.
To satisfy your need for rhythm,
the Drums of the Descendants will be


See NATIVE A3


Milton's Dr. Elbert


W. Sutton dies


By OBIE CRAIN
ocrain@srpressgazette.com
The death of a legend-
ary individual is always
stunning, especially so
when it involves one who
has deeply touched the
lives of so many over the
years through his compas-
sion and dedication, to the
service of others.
And so it is with the
death of the late Dr. El-
bert W. Sutton who passed
away peacefully on Thurs-
day, Nov. 12, following a
life that will forever be re-
membered as one lived by
example.'
Over the years Dr. Sut-
ton wove his personality
and his passion for helping
others attain a better qual-
ity of life into the fabric 'of
the hearts and minds of his
fellow Santa Rosans and
many far beyond. Although
familiArly known as "Bert"
by family and close friends,
"Dr. Sutton" is the name
most commonly recog-
nized by generation after
generation for its mentor.
Dr. Sutton was a loving
husband, caring father,
and steadfast friend. He
was a family man, but by
extension the community
and those around him were


other aspects of his life that
were not so well known, al-
though their impact was as
significant if not more so
for the public good.
Not only did he serve the
needs of his fellow citizens
as director of the health
department from 1979 to
2003, but to a larger extent
affected the lives of many
others through his work in
helping to establish and ad-
, minister the Rehabilitation
Institute of West Florida in
2001. Its focus was to as-
sist individuals, recovering
from debilitating medical
and disability conditions
such as accidents and
other orthopedic as well as
medical ones.
See SUTTON A3


Dealer: Do research prior

to purchasing vehicle


By MATHEW PELLEGRINO
mpellegrino@srpressgazette.com
oSelling cars nowadays is
riskybusiness. Buying them
can be even riskier. With the
vehicle market slowly trying
to gain traction with the rest
of the economy, there are a
number of potential buyers.
The only problem'is, many
of them don't know how good
of a deal they are really get-
ting when they buy used.
There are always dead
giveaways when a vehicle is
a steal, but taking the time
to overlook a vehicle ex-
tensively before you buy it,
usually helps out in the long
run.
Eddie Smith at McKen-
zie Motors said considering
a reputable dealership is
one of the first smart steps
to purchasing a used car.
"I wouldn't buy one on-
line. You should buy one
from a reputable dealer that
has been in business for a
long time," Smith said.
The first step to take
before buying a used car is
looking up the reliability of


the vehicle. These reports
can usually be found online
or throughout the year in a
Consumer Reports maga-
zine.
Smithsaidthebestwayto
look up reliability is through
the Consumer Reports or to
go online and read drivers'
experience with the vehicle.
'JD Power or Consumer,
Reports are the best to go
to," Smith said. "There are
several you can choose
from, and the best are the
ones that target customer's
opinions on the vehicle."
If a car has an unreliable
transmission, and it has
90,000 miles on it, the best
thing to do is avoid it. Trans-
missions can cost thousands
of dollars to replace, and if
the vehicle was purchased
for $10,000, adding a trans-
mission price tag can make
the payments even more
painful.
Dave Westberry, a rep-
resentative for the Florida
DMV and Highway Patrol
said the state offers extend-
ed tips for new and used car
buyers on their website at,
www.flhsmv.gov.


OJim Fletcher
Publisher
623-2120
fletcher@pressgazette.com


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Opinion..................................... A4
Kornerstone.............................. A5


Sports......................................... A8
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Wednesday, November 18, 2009


Gas prices on the decline as crude oil slips


Prices at the pump shave 3

cents per gallon in past week


Special to the Press Gazette

With crude oil slip-
ping to the lowest level on
the New York Mercantile
Exchange (NYMEX) since
Oct. 15, and oil refiner-
ies operating at histori-
cally low levels, the price of
gasoline is in retreat.
According to Retail Fuel
Watch, the latest inven-
tory data from the Dept.
of Energy shows higher
gasoline, crude oil and
diesel fuel stocks but not
much demand for any of
these products.
The national average
price of unleaded regular


gasoline declined by 3
cents per gallon in the past
week to $2.63 and the aver-
age prices of gasoline in
Florida, Georgia and Ten-
nessee each shaved three
cents per gallon to $2.68,
$2.50 and $2.49 respectively.
"Looking ahead, it does
not appear that there's
any momentum to support
crude oil at $80 per barrel
or above," said Gregg
Laskoski, managing direc-
tor of public relations, AAA
Auto Club South. "Barring
. anyunforeseen events, at
this time of year we should
, not be surprised to see fuel
prices move lower."


SANTA ROSA COUNTY TRANSPORTATION
DISADVANTAGED COORDINATING
BOARD MEETING
TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 24, 2009
2:00 P.M.
MILTON CITY HALL
260 DIXION STREET - MILTON, FL

PUBLIC IS INVITED. In compliance with the
Americans with Disabilities Act, reasonable
modifications to access meeting and for limited
English proficiency are available upon request.
Please notify Ms. Ellie Roberts.of access or.
language requirements at (850) 332-7976 x218,
at least 48 hours in advance.






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Florida:
Georgia:
Tennessee:


CURRENT AND PAST PRICE AVERAGES
Regular Unleaded Gasoline


Nov. 15
$2.635
$2.687
$2.506
$2.496


Week Ago
$2.669
$2.711
$2.535
$2.524


Month.Ago
$2.501
$2.476
$2.335
$2.324,


Year Ago
$2.125
$2.159
$1.998
$1.973


AAA's Daily Fuel Gauge
Report (fuelgaugereport.
com) is updated each day
and is the most comprehen-
sive; reflecting actual prices-
from credit card transactions
within the past 24 hours at
two-thirds (100,000 stations)
of the gasoline stations in the
U.S. Its accuracy is unparal-
leled.
Visit the Press Gazette
website to see which store
has the lowest gas prices in
the area at www.srpressga-
zette.com


Ronald McDonald House
to host a truck pull
From staff reports

The Ronald McDonald House
will host the Fire Truck Pull this
Saturday from 10:30 a.m. to 4 p.m.
at Seville Quarter in downtown
Pensacola. Teams of 20 will com-
pete to pull a fire truck 50 feet in
the least amount of time to win the
trophy.
The event will also feature a
free children's-area with activities
including face-painting, games,
inflatable bouncers and more.
Ronald McDonald and Friends,,
Scoop from the Pelicans, and Star
Wars characters will be there from
12 p.m. to 2 p.m. to greet attend-
. ees. Admission is free.
All of the proceeds from this
event go to Ronald McDonald
House to provide a Home-Away-
From-Home and source of respite
and resources for critically-ill
children and their families. For
more information about the Fire
Truck Pull, call 477-2273 or email
events@rmhpensacola.org


_ Speak OUT


Sunday, 9:01 p.m.
Hello this is Miriam.
Last year a group of
people were trying to get,
new bridges to help relive
/heavy traffic on Highway
90. One of the bridges was
at a cost of $75-million; In
Saturday's paper a group
wants to build a new
bridge over Marcus Bayou
to open up downtown traf-
fic. There is an old saying,
why beat a dead horse.
People love to shop where
they can park their cars.
Editor's note: The
thought of opening up
traffic was a point, but
the reason behind the pro-
posal by the Florida DOT
is to replace the bridge
because of its age.

Sunday 1:10 p.m.
I attended the Pace-
Milton High School game


and was very disappointed
to see a Milton football
coach yell and scream
at a Milton player on the
sidelines. This is very
disrespectful and very
unprofessional like.
Editor's note: Unfortii-
nately yelling at a player
does happen on every
sideline, but as a former
football player that is part
of a game. And if is much
better now than in the past.

Friday, 1:38 p.m.
I read two good letters
this week on the editorial
page. I am glad to see
W.O. Jones back to writ-
ing again. He makes you
think. He must be a very
intelligent man. I don't
know him, but he does
make you think. Also there
was a good letter about
teachers little helper. I
remember a doctor put


me on Ritalin in the 70's.
I was.very focused, but it
also gave me the feeling of
being high and addicted.
I got off of it after three
months and I wouldn't
want my small children on
that medication.

Thursday, 9:13 p.m.
Yes, I am Rob, a stu-
dent in Santa Rosa Coun-
ty. Our county (school)
offices have blocked the
websites to our churches.
I use to lookup online for-
service times and activi-
ties. Now I can no longer
do this. I wonder why?
Can you tell us why we
can't use those comput-
ers? Why are they being
blocked by the county
school system? We have
right too and I thank you.
Editor's note: Yes you
do have rights Rob, but
the action was taken by


the school board due to the
consent decree. Just like
the schools have to read a
disclaimer after the fans
pray at football games.

Thursday, 12:46 p.m.
I would like to know
when President Obama
is going to do something
about the war, our troops,
and the economy. He
can't stay Air Force 1 long
enough to get anything
done while he is flying to
other countries to give
speeches. All he does is
talk. If he would stay on
the ground long enough
he might get something
done.. Talk and fly, that
is all he does and this is
ridiculous.

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


Elected OFFICIALS


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

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


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Monroe St., Tallahassee, FL 32399, 488-4441. E-mail:
flgovernor@myflorida.com.
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FEDERAL GOVERNMENT
HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES
* Rep. Jeff Miller: 1535 Longworth House Office
Building, Washington, D.C., 20515; phone (local) 479-
1183; .(D.C.) 202-225-4136; toll free 866-367-1614.
Web: www.house.gov/ieffmiller.
SENATE
* Sen. George LeMieux: 356 Russell Senate Office
Building, Washington, D.C. 20515; phone 202-224-
3041; fax 202-228-5171.
* Sen. Bill Nelson: Room 571, Hart Senate Office
Building, Washington, D.C. 20510; phone 202-224-
5274, fox 202-224-8022.
WHITE HOUSE
* President Barack Obama: The White House, 1600
Pennsylvania Ave., Washington, D.C. 20500; phone
202-456-1414. E-mail: president@whitehouse.gov.
* Vice President Joe Biden: Office of the Vice
President, White House, 1600 Pennsylvania Ave.,
Washington, D.C. 20500; phone 202-456-1414.

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


Milton, FL 32570, 983-0413. E-mail is scottdl@mail.
santarosa.k12.fl.us.
.* District 2: Hugh Winkles, 5684 Nicklaus Lane,
Milton, FL 32570, 623-6299. E-mail is winkleseh@
mail.santarosa.k12.fl.us.
* District 3: Diane Coleman, 9400 Octavia Lane,
Navarre, FL 32566, 939-2661.-E-mail is colemanmd@
mail.santarosa.k2.fl.us.
* District 4: JoAnn J. Simpson, 5059 Faircloth St.,
Pace 32571, 994-5446. E-mail is simpsonji@mail.
santaroso.k12.fl.us.
* District 5: Edward Gray III, 1 Gray Oaks Lane, Gulf
Breeze, FL 32561, 850-932-6287. E-mail is grayem@
mail.sontaroso.kl2.fl.us.
The Santa Rosa County School Board meets at 6:30
p.m. second and fouth Thursdays at 5086 Canal St.,
Milton. Phone: 983-5000.

CITY GOVERNMENT
* Milton City Hall, Mayor Guy Thompson, 6738
Dixon St., Milton, FL 32570, 983-5400. City Manager,
Brian Watkins.
* Gulf Breeze City Hall, Mayor Lane Gilchrist, 1070
Shoreline Drive, Gulf Breeze, FL 32561, 934-5100.
City Manager, "Buzz" Eddy.
* Town of Jay, Mayor Kurvin Quails, 3822
Highway 4, Jay, FL 32565, 675-2719.
Contact information for your elected officials
appears in every Saturday edition of the Santa Rosa
Press Gazette. Know your leaders; stay in touch.


SANTA ROSA'S PRESS GAZETTE STAFF


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Local


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SMOKERS from page Al


SUTTON from page Al


$1.01 per pack.
But the news that taxes
are not as high as they fig-
ured does not ease the pain
of the smokers.
"We've had to resort to
buying cheaper cigarettes,"
smoker Tloria Owens said.
"This isn't easy for us."
Attempts to discover how
the smoking laws and issues
have affected taxes collected
both in Florida and Alabama
were not answered by the
agencies who oversee the
collection of these taxes.
Ironically smokers ap-
pear to be targeted by each
state when it comes to rais-
ing taxes with California,
Missouri, North Dakota and
South Carolina being the
only four states not to raise
taxes paid by smokers in the
last 10 years.
Florida itself has raised
the tax rate paid by smokers
just in the last few months.
"What the state has done
isn't right," according to
John Owens. "They have
targeted cigarette smokers.
They have increased taxes
at a time when most people
can't afford to pay the high
price.
"People that smoke are
usually under stress, and
this just puts us under even
more stress."
At one time cigarette
makers offered discounts to
help stem the loss of smok-
ers, but in the last several
years the big three brands
have increased product cost
by almost one dollar a pack.
Besides the taxes you
see there is also a tax stamp
per pack that includes,$0.75
for a health impact fee and
$0.33 cigarette sales tax.
Ironically the U.S. Cen-


NATIVE

from page Al

. providing the music and
singing for those danc-
ing and also entertaining
everyone.
Hinote recalled last
year an incident that oc-
curred at the Pow Wow
and how much tradition
is followed at the Creek
Indian event set to begin
at 9 a.m. this Saturday in
Floridatown Park.
"A dog got loose and ran
through the circle," Hinote
recalled. "Everything
stopped and we had to
vacate the circle and bless
it again before we could
resume."
Also those coming out
have the opportunity to
enjoy Native American
foods such as fry bread
and Indian corn, both of
which are made following
long standing tradition..
The Santa Rosa Creek
Indian Tribe also is a lot
different than others ac-
cording to Hinote.
"At certain times tribes
close its rolls, but we have
an intertribal relation,"
Hinote said. "If they can
meet the requirement
of following the rolls and
meeting the proof of being
a descendant it doesn't
matter if you are from
Blackfoot, Cherokee,
Apache or what we give
them full membership and
voting power.
"The only thing they
cannot do is sit on the
Creek Council" ,
Hinote and the Santa
Rosa Creek Indian Tribe
invites everyone to join its
celebration from 9 a.inm. to
5 p.m. Saturday and from
noon to 5 p.m. on Sunday.









Insurance
Age Mo. Cost


50 28.82
60 41.65
70 73.05
Can
438-1684


ters for Disease Control
and Prevention estimates
that smoking-caused health
costs total $10.28 per pack
sold and consumed in the
U.S.
The only area that might
come close to this figure
nationally is New York City
who has a $4.25 tax per pack
when you figure the $2.75
per pack for the state and


$1.50 per pack for New York
City proper, to lead the list
of top combined state-local
cigarette tax rates.
Florida itself is No. 39
on -the same list just for it's
state rate.
"I don't think this is fair,"
said Owens. "I don't think
we should be a target, we've
already had enough taken
away from us."


Brand I. Milton/Pace l Brewton, Ala. Difference
Marlboro $6.33 $4.73 $1.60
SWinston $6.07: .$4.47 '1.60
Camel $6.10 $4.53 P '1.57
Kodiak $6.28 .'$3.50 $2.78
Skoal $6.28 $3.35 : $2 93
SRed Seal- ,$4:73., ' .2.46 $2.27
Note: This is an average-of the stores we called in
each area for per pack prices which does not include
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Dr. Sutton also helped
establish the Rehabilitation
Foundation of Northwest
Florida to help those with fi-
nancial hardships to achieve
the help they needed for
overcoming their disabili-
ties.
His surviving wife, Fran,
lauded these services as
equal to or surmounting the
contributions he made as
director of the Santa Rosa
Health Department. "These
other activities will continue
to last as legacies that con-
tinue to be worthy on a last-
ing basis," she said. "He was
as committed to them as any
individual could be, and that
interest and commitment
lasted right up to the day he
died. And it will continue to
last as a monument to his
goodness and desire to help


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his fellow man."
It was during the mid
1980s that Dr. Sutton zeroed,
in on the local situation, help-
ing to establish the Medical
Assistance Clinic in the old
Doctors' Park behind what
was then familiarly known
as the Prescription Shop.
Its mission was to help fur-
nish medical care for those
who were unable to afford
it otherwise. Even with the
assistance of other medical
providers in the community,
it closed after a dozen years.
It was followed at the turn
of the century by the Santa
Rosa Community Clinic
which continues to operate
today in the same location.
By the account of all those
who. knew him, Dr. Sutton
was one of the most remark-
able men ever to practice


medicine in Milton. Born in
Tuscaloosa, Alabama, and
lived his younger years in
Port St. Joe. He got his un-
dergraduate degree from
the University of Alabama
and his medical credentials
from Tulane University in
New Orleans.
He led a strong, active
personal life, and achieved
goals that others with a dis-
ability might never have con-
templated.
Dr. Sutton and his wife
have seven children: Karen,
Sherman, Erin, and 'Tracey
Sutton, and Steven Ward,
Patsy Ladner, and Stacy
Godwin.
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vices were conducted at
First Baptist Church in Mil-
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We have a few points we would
like to quickly touch on before we
get ready to dine on our soon-to-
be-roasted turkey.
Why aren't bicyclists in the
area held to the rules designed
for them?,We agree the sidewalk
might be a safer ride, but the law
says they are to ride on the road,
on the same side of the road, as all
other vehicles.Riding on the side-
walk might be safer for you, but it
makes the sidewalk very unsafe
for those who are walking. Mem-
bers of our staff were out at lunch
and almost hit one bike rider who
was riding in the opposite direc-
tion of traffic.
Speaking of Highway 90, once
again our great construction
crews have found it necessary to
cut a perfectly good paved road.
If there is a silver lining to this
cloud, it is the fact they found a
collapsed drain line belbw the
roadway. So if Ida did anything. to
help Santa Rosa County, it was
to help the road crews find a col-
lapsed drain line before the sec-
ond of layer of asphalt was put in
place.
Ever notice? The two things that
never seem to stop are prepara-
tions for Christmas and election
campaigns. The only thing to
keep downtown Milton from look-
ing like a Christmas Parade on
Wednesday was the fact many of
the Christmas ornaments decorat-
ing downtown were removed due
to Tropical Storm Ida. Almost as
early, tthe wave of politicians for
2010's primary is already building.
Maybe it isn't voter disconnect
behind low voter turnout as much
as it is the fact they are so sick of
all the signs by election day. They
are already starting so early it is
enough to make the strongest of
us sick.
Wow!
Now that we have those things
out of our system we might have
room for more turkey next week.
Bon appetite!



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Memorial was an
added blessing

Watching the Ft. Hood
Memorial I learned
something that blessed
my soul.
General Casey, U.S.
Army Chief of Staff, said,
"It's tradition to quote
from Isaiah when honor-
ing a fallen comrade." He
read from Chapter 6:8, "...
Whom shall I'send, and
who will go ... ? Then said
I, Here am I; send me."
Casey admonished the
audience and all Ameri-
cans to "not grieve for
us," but "to grieve with
us." He said these thir-
teen chose to serve the
country they loved.
- Th9n the Chaplain
quoted Isaiah also,
a promise from God,
"They that wait upon the
Lord shall renew their
strength. They shAll
mount up with wings as


eagles. They shall run
and not be weary. They
shall walk and faint not!"
(Isaiah 40)
What encouragement,
comfort for the families
and for our military men"
and women.
Thank God the ACLU
was not around and that
America's dependence on
God was evident at the
memorial.
How appropriate too at
this time of the year when
we remember all those
who gave their lives to
protect our freedoms.
How refreshing
the God of all comfort,
America's only hope, was
recognized by our mili-
tary, rightfully so!
An added blessing was
the powerful singing of
Amazing Grace!
God bless you all as
only He can!
CHRYS HOLLEY
Milton, Fla.


'The Prayer Debate'

Hopefully, anyone who
reads this will ask friends,
relatives, and neighbors to
obtain or at least pull down
on their computer the Nov.
4 edition of the Santa Rosa
Press Gazette.
Read carefully both the
articles under the headline
"The Prayer Debate."
This is not totally about
prayer/religion, but about
the jackbooted thugs and
their henchmen taking
over every aspect of your
life.
Who are the hench-
men? Are they the $500 per
hour cowards who folded
up like a cheap lawn chair
who paid $400,000 to the
Lawyers and the ACLU in-
stead of bowing their neck
and defending the school
system and even the presi-
dent of the senior class of
Milton High School.
In this issue of the


Press Gazette the $400,000
was $196,500 to the ACLU,
for what?
$2123,658 to two law
firms in Tallahassee, for
what?
$31,397 to the local dis-
trict attorney, for what?
Read the really stupid
Consent Decree as you
need to know who wrote
this, who voted for it, and
especially did the lawyers
or school board even read
it?
Who ratted out Lay and
Freeman? Was it a school
board member who had/
has a personal vendetta
against Lay?
Someone knows who
the two students, probably
their parents, who caused
all this. Wouldn't you like
to know so as not to trust
them if you come in con-
tact with them?
I would.
W.O. JONES
Jay, Fla.


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Immanuel Youth to start 'Crazy Love' this Christmas Season


By Dustin Gray
Special to the Press Gazette

The Christmas season
is filled with the hustle and
bustle of holiday cheer, visiting
friends and relatives, and mak-
ing sure you have the perfect


gift for that special someone
... but what if we are missing
the point, not just during the
Christmas season, but all year
long? Think about how much
time, effort, and passion is put
into the Christmas season, but,
is that same time, effort, and
passion put into the personal


relationship of the one Christ-
mas is all about, Jesus.
Well, starting this Christ-
mas season, the IBC youth are
going to be looking at that con-
cept through "Crazy Love" a
book written by Francis Chan,
pastor of Cornerstone Church
in Simi Valley, California. In his


book, he brings about the idea
that if you are wildly in love
with someone, it changes your
life. And the Christmas season
shows, regretfully sometimes,
who we are more wildly in love
with ... ourselves, spouses,
children, relatives, friends, and
then Jesus.


God wants a passionate
relationship with all of us, not
the complacency of living by
the all-famous "dos and don't"
list.
So join us starting in De-
cember, on Sunday nights at 5
p.m. as we look at how we can
live with this "Crazy Love."


Santa Rosa Education Foundation awards 134 teacher grants


Special to the Press Gazette
The Santa Rosa
Education Foundation
is pleased to award 134
Teacher Grants totaling
$33,500 to Santa Rosa
educators. SREF, with
the support of Mediacom
Communications, the Gulf
Power Foundation, and
the Gulf Breeze Optimist
Club, is enabling teachers
to implement grants that
engage students in active
learning while increas-
ing student achievement.
With the help of our
partners, every applicant
whose grant met the 2009
Teacher Grant criteria
is receiving funding this
year. SREF Board Mem-
bers will award Teacher
Grant checks to this
year's recipients in late
November.

2009 Teacher Grant
Recipients:
Brittain Amos-Bank-
ester, Pea Ridge Elemen-
tary; Vicki Anderson,
East Milton Elementary;
John Arrington, Navarre
High; Kim Bailey, Hol-
ley Navarre Primary;
Jeanne Barber-Morris,
East Milton Elemen-
tary; Michelle Barlow,
Pea Ridge Elementary;
Christy Bean, Santa
Rosa High; Bonni Bill-
ings, Holley Navarre
Primary; Becky Bondu-
rant, Central; Charlotte
S Brasell, Holley Navarre
Intermediate;. Leslie
Briggs, Milton High;
Billy Brockintori, West
Navarre Intermedi-
ate; Janet Bryan, West
Navarre Intermediate;
Julie Bryant, Chumufckla


Elementary; Lana Byrd,
West Navarre Intermedi-
ate; Lynndale, Cacace,
Gulf Breeze High; Rebec-
ca Cahill, Avalon Middle;
Davina Carroll, Jay
Elementary; Kathleen
Carroll, Avalon Middle;
M'Adele Carson, Bennett
Russell Elementary; Kari
Carter, Bagdad Elemen-
tary; Karlyn Chism,
Milton High; Rhonda
Cooper, Santa Rosa High;
Amanda Cox, Navarre
High; Kathy Crane, Gulf
Breeze Middle; Allisop
Daseler, Chumuckla
Elementary; Katrina
Dawson, Milton High;
Brenda Dean, Holley Na-
varre Intermediate; Beth
DePersio, West Navarre
Intermediate; Carmen
Dia Dornellas, Holley
Navarre Middle; Sara
Dykstra, Gulf Breeze
High; Lota Elliott, Holley
Navarre Middle; Heather
Erickson, Holley Navarre
Primary; Scott Erickson,
Holley Navarre Interme-
diate; Gretchen Faust,
S.S. Dixon Intermedi-
ate; Casey Fearon, Gulf
Breeze Middle; Tam-
mie Free, Jay Elemen-
tary; Maureen Garrigus,
Milton High; Lea Anne �
Goble, Central; Shirley
Gomez, West Navarre In-
termediate; Renee Good-
son, Avalon Middle; Joni
Grissom, West Navarre '
Intermediate; Karin Gud-
mundson, Navarre High;
Cindy Hanson, Holley
Navarre Primary; Lyndi
Hardy, Milton High; Cara
Harper, Holley Navarre
Primary; Karen Harrod,
Central; Danielle Hay-
wood, Holley Navarre
Intermediate; Donna
Henderson, Gulf Breeze


� Ask the Preacher
. t 'eek '/column anslt eing l our
quet'iton 11itth Bibhcal ans1 ers about bie

Dear Pastor Gallups - "I saw on one of your sites on the
Internet that you believe the Nephilim mentioned in the
Bible were not the result of angelic beings leaving their
holy estate and mating with humans. What do you do with
the passage in Jude that says otherwise?" R.E. Pace

Dear R. E.,
The passage in Jude simply does not "say otherwise." I
will get to that in a moment. First use common sense with
me for a moment.
It would be an utterly shocking, life-changing thing if
we were to discover that angels (or demons) actually
"mated" with humans to create "another race." That sounds
like a Hollywood horror story or science fiction. If that were
actually so, doesn't it make sense that the Bible, God's
Word for us, would have tons of information about this hor-
rendous event? Yet, it simply does not have ANY informa-
tion about anything like this. Jesus certainly doesn't even
allude to the topic. (Please see my article from last week.)
Now for the passage in Jude. You are referring to Jude
1:6
"And the angels who did not keep their positions of
authority but abandoned their own home- these he has kept
in darkness, bound with everlasting chains for judgment on
the great Day." (NIV)
This passage simply speaks of what we already know
from the Bible; that angelic beings "fell" with Satan in a
cosmic rebellion. They will be judged and ultimately
destroyed in the lake of fire mentioned in Revelation 20.
The Old Testament talks about this, Jesus talks about this
and here, Jude is speaking of it. There is no mention of
mating with humans or the creation of an angelic/human
race. It simply is not there, by any stretch of the imagina-
tion.
I know that this "new-age" interpretation of one diffi-
cult passage in the Bible from Genesis 6 has gained much
sensational popularity on the Internet. It simply does not
refer to angels mating with humans. This notion comes only
from paganism and occultic mythology. It does not come
from the Bible.

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

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High; Keith Hines, Lock-
lin Tech; Geneva Holt,
East Milton Elementary;
Marian Hubbard, Berry-
hill Elementary; Margie
Ingram, Central; Cindy
Jacobs, Pea Ridge Ele-
mentary; Linda Johnsen,
Holley Navarre Interme-
diate; Juliana Jones, Ava-
lon Middle; Paula Jones,
Avalon Middle; Marilyn
Koch, Holley Navarre
Middle; Desha Lashley,
Jay Elementary; Ginny
Lanter, Holley Navarre
Intermediate; April
Laurent & Ellen Randle,
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tary; Dianne Lewis, Jay
Elementary; Tracy Loss,
Navarre High; Daphne
.Luchsinger, Oriole Beach
Elementary; Terrie
Lyons & Jane Wilkins,
Gulf Breeze Elementary;
Kimberly McChesney,
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ate; Vickie McMaster &
Courtney English, West
Navarre Intermediate;
Donna McNair, Shana.
Carlson & Wendy Kite,
Bennett Russell Elemen-


tary; Amanda Makar,
East Milton Elementary;
Susan Martin, Holley
Navarre Intermediate &
Pea Ridge Elementary;
Linda Matthews, Holley
Navarre Intermediate;
Kristina Millican, Holley
Navarre Intermediate;
Tracy Murphy, Navarre
High; Jessica Negrotto
& Alan Vacks, West
Navarre Intermedi-
ate; Amanda Nelms &
Margaret Hanline, West
Navarre Intermediate;
Annette Nixon, Hol-
ley Navarre Primary;
Mary Nowling, Berryhill
Elementary; Keri Odom,
Hobbs Middle; Ashley
Ormsby, Oriole Beach
Elementary; Barbara
Oser, Milton High; Dana
Peake, S.S. Dixon Inter-
mediate; Melanie Peters,
Holley Navarre Primary;
Tonya Phelps, Holley
Navarre Middle; Melodie
Phillips, Holley Navarre
Primary; Tally Piscopo,
S.S. Dixon Intermediate;
Zan'e Presley, Locklin
Tech; Donna Puckett,


WH. Rhodes Elemen-
tary; Nicole Pugh, Holley
Navarre Middle; Beverly
. Ransom, Holley Navarre
Primary; Jan Rhodes,
Pea Ridge Elementary;
Michele Richardson,
Central; Melissa Rich-
burg, S.S; Dixon Interme-
diate; Nancy Rinehart,
WH. Rhodes Elemen-
tary; Leighann Roberts,
Bennett Russell Elemen-
tary; Tamara Roberts,
Central; Amy Rochford
& Joan Howze, West Na-
varre Intermediate; Jodi
Russell, Oriole Beach
Elementary; Glenn
Rutland, Holley Navarre
Intermediate; April
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ementary; Bruce Savage,
West Navarre Primary;
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Navarre Intermediate;
Marsha Schiller, Avalon
Middle; Tina Schuchard,
Holley Navarre Pri-
mary; Barbara Scott,
Chumuckia Elementary;
Renee Sebastian, Holley
Navarre Intermediate;
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Girl Scouts extend nomination deadline for Women of Distinction 2010


Special to the Press Gazette
TALLAHASSEE - The
Girl Scout Council of the
Florida Panhandle has
extended the nomination
period for the Women of
Distinction Awards Gala to
Dec. 31. The Awards Gala
recognizes women in our
communities who have
distinguished themselves
through service and lead-
ership. A program inspired
by Girl Scouts nationally,
the-Women of Distinction
Awards Gala honors women
from across the Panhandle


who have a strong commit-
ment to their community.
"The Awards Gala is tru-
ly an event to celebrate the
women in our communities
whose leadership and com-
mitment enrich the lives
of many," said Raslean M.
Allen, CEO of the GSCFP
"We invite you to nominate
distinguished women from
our communities."
Nominees must live or
work within the geographic
boundaries of Girl Scout
Council of the Florida Pan-
handle; which includes: Bay,
Calhoun, Escambia, Frank-


lin, Gadsden, Gulf, Holmes,
Jackson, Jefferson, Lafay-
ette, Leon, Liberty, Madi-
son, Okaloosa, Santa Rosa,
Taylor, Wakulla, Walton, and
Washington counties.
Nominees should exem-
plify extraordinary civic;
professional and/or philan-
thropic commitment and
achievement; and be a role
model for girls, demonstrat-
ing a commitment to im-
proving the lives of women
and/or girls. Women nomi-
nated must demonstrate
initiative, integrity and
leadership characteristics.


Nominees are not required
to have been or currently
be a Girl Scout.
Award categories in-
clude:
*Arts, Culture, Humani-
ties
*Health, Fitness, Well-
ness
*Business, Finance, In-
surance
*Law, Government,
Elected Officials
*Education, Faith,
Youth, Social Services
* PR, Advertising, Me-
dia, Technology
*Environment,, Archi-


tecture, Engineering, Real
Estate, Construction
The deadline for nomi-
nations is Dec. 31. Appli-
cations can be obtained by
visiting www.womenofdis-
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Special to the Press Gazette
Pensacola Junior Col-
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its long-range plans for a
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green construction. For the
project's initial phase, PJC
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of Santa Rosa County off
U.S. 98.
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of the primary building will
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of 2010, and it will take about
18 months to complete, said
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Sports SIDELINE

Wresting practice: Youth Wrestling
every Tuesday and Thursday at Hobbs
Middle School. Practice will run from 7 to
8:30pm with Olympic Coach Rob Hermann
running the Tuesday sessions. Practice
is open to all ages and gender. This year
wrestlers will face off against Niceville,
Crestview, Gulf Breeze, Panama City,
and Pensacola YMCA. For more informa-
tion please contact Coach Ben Menefee at
450-2434 or email pantherwrestling@mchsi.
com.

City of Milton youth basketball regis-
tration 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 ac-
cepted Monday through Friday from noon
tQ 8 p.m. at the Milton Community Center,
5629 Byrom St. Also, a special Saturday
sign-up will be held on November 14 from
10 a.m. to 1 p.m.
The girl's league draft will be held on
December 11 and the co-ed draft will be on
December 12. Practice begins December
14 and the first regular season game will
be held on January 5,2010. Weekly games
will be played at the Community Center
on Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday
nights. Some will also be held on Saturdays.
For more information, contact Robert
Arnold at 850-983-5466 ext. 202 orzmilton-
parks@ymail.com.

Middle School Dance: The Lady Pan-
ther Softball Booster club will have a Mid-
dle School dance on Nov. 20. The dance will
be held in the Milton High School Cafeteria
from 6-9 pm. The dance is for ALL middle
school students and the cost is 5.00 at the
door. There will be Pizza, French fries,
sodas, and snacks available for purchase.
Don't miss the very first Karaoke contest
and your chance to win LOTS of cool door
prizes.
Security AND Chaperones will be provided
during the dance. Please help support the
MHS Lady Panthers Softball Program.
For more information contact 393-9395 or
393-7334.

East Milton Youth Association Volun-
teers Needed: East Milton Youth Asso-
ciation is looking for volunteers to fill the
board positions of Baseball, Soccer and
Basketball director. If you would like to
volunteer your knowledge and organize any
of these sports, please contact 336-3498 or
313-5440. These are demanding but reward-
ing positions. This is a great opportunity to
give back to the youth in the community.

Double Bridge Run and Pensacola
Marathon: The 2010 Double Bridge Run
is scheduled for Feb. 6, 2010. The Double
Bridge Run is a 15K1 thatbegins in Pensac-
ola, crosses the Pensacola Bay Bridge and
the Bob Sikes Bridge and finishes on Pen-
sacola Beach. There is also a 5K Run/Walk
that begins in Gulf Breeze and finishes
on Pensacola Beach. Registration is $30
through Dec. 31; and $35 beginning Jan. 1,
2010. Go to pensacolasports.com to register.
The Pensacola Marathon will now be in No-
vember. The marathon is scheduled for Nov.
14, 2010. The Pensacola Marathon includes
a Marathon, Half Marathon and a Kids
Marathon. Go to pensacolasports.com to
register or for more information. For ques-
tions regarding the Double Bridge Run or
the Pensacola Marathon, please contact the
Pensacola Sports Association at 434-2800 or
jolliff@pensacolasport.com.

Hurricane Junior Golf Tour: The
Hurricane Junior Golf Tour is a southeast
regional competitive junior golf tour for
boys and girls ages 10-19. We are hosting
the Tiger Point Junior Classic at the Tiger
Point Golf and Country Club on November
21-22; 2009. Tiger Point is located in Gulf
Breeze, Fla. If you have any questions
please call 904-379-2697 or visit our website:
www.hjgt.org.

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

Orthopedic exams: The Andrews In-
stitute for Orthopaedics & Sports Medicine
is now providing free orthopaedic exams
and assessments to high school and col-
legiate athletes on Saturday mornings. The
"Saturday Morning Athletic Training Room"
is available to any student athlete and will be
held every Saturday beginning September
5,2009 and operating through the end of the
Football season. Students may check-in from
8-9 a.m. in the Andrews Institute Rehabilita-
tion center in Suite 101 on the Andrews In-
stitute campus; located at 1040 Gulf Breeze
Parkway in Gulf Breeze, Fla. The exams are
provided on a walk-in basis and the initial as-
sessment is done free of charge. The exams
are available to any student athlete in the


Gulf Coast area including Alabama, Florida,
Georgia, Louisiana, and Mississippi.

More activities can be found at www.
srpressgazette.com. Look for the box called
'Things to Do.' There you can check on
activities by zip code or activity. And you
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FWC REPORT


This report represents
some events the FWC North-
west Region handled from
Nov. 6 to Nov. 12; however, it
does not include all actions
taken by the Division of Law
Enforcement.

ESCAMBIA COUNTY
Officers Fred Rondeau,
Keith Clark, Randy Webb
and Andy Berrey worked a
fisheries detail in Pensacola
Bay. Several citations were
issued, including two sepa-
rate violations for posses-
sion of red snapper during
a closed season, possession
of oversize red drum, and
harvesting blue crabs by an
illegal method. Several other
related warnings were also
issued.

Lieutenants Brian Lam-
bert and Dan Hahr respond-
ed to a complaint that a deer
had been taken by an illegal
method in Molino. After in- -
terviewing several subjects,
two citations were issued for
possession of a deer taken by
an illegal method. Two notice
to appear citations were also
issued for possessing less
than 20 grams of cannabis
and drug paraphernalia dis-
covered during the investiga-
tion.


OKALOOSA COUNTY
Officers assigned to' Oka-
loosa and Walton counties,
together with FWC Aviation,
worked a special detail tar-
geting illegal night hunting.


At approximately 12:30 a.m.
Officer Van Barrow and Pilot
Dave Calianno spotted a sub-
ject working a light north of
Laurel Hill. Officer Barrow
directed Officer Danny Ar-
nette to the subject. Officer
Arnette made contact with
the subject and found him to
be in possession of a shot-
gun and a .22 caliber rifle.
The subject stated he was
depredation hunting. Officer
Arnette's follow-up investiga-
tion revealed that the subject
was depredation hunting on
fields without crops, the sub-
ject did not call in to activate
the permit, and he did not
have a hunting license. Of-
ficer Arnette is working with
the Okaloosa County State
Attorney's Office on charges
of.all three violations.

As Tropical Stbrm Ida
moved north into the Gulf of
Mexico'causing extremely
rough conditions, Officer
, Matt Webb responded to a
vessel in distress in the Gulf,
approximately five miles
southeast of the Destin Pass.
Officer Webb assisted the
Coast Guard with rescue
of the three subjects from
the 30foot sport fisherman
and transported them to
the Coast Guard Station at
Destin. The vessel was left
at anchor and ended up on
the beach in Navarre due to
the high seas from Tropical
Storm Ida.


WALTON COUNTY
Walton County Sheriff's


Soccer season is kicking off


Press Gazette Staff Report
. Pace notched its first win
of the season as it defeated
Washington 2-1 in soccer action.
The Patriots jumped out to a
two goal lead in the first half as
Shawn Knowles scored both of
his goals.
Assisting on the goals were
Cullen Fowler and Muteb
Alkhelewi.
The Wildcats got on the board
with a goal from Peter Brou.
Pace goalie Nathan Lord
stopped eight shots on the
night, while Washington's Kyle
Thompson stopped five of the
seven shots on goal.
In other socceraction, Milton
and Pine Forest played to a 1-1
tie in each of its season openers.
Rick Galbreath socred for the


Panthers off an assist from Sean
Mowbray.
The Eagles goal came off the
foot of Rodrigo Lima.
In net it was Milton's Mason
McAnally recording 19 saves
while Chirs Lullo made 16 saves
for Pine Forest.
. Girls action saw Pace tie
Navarre 1-1 at home.
Alex Herman scored on an
assist from Katy Morrow for the
Lady Raiders only score, while
Alex Pickrell took a pass from
Nikki Terrell to find the back of
the net for Pace.
Cassandra Amore recorded
four saves for Pace, while Anne
Preston stopped seven shots for
Navarre.
Both team are 1-0-1 in district
play as the Lady Patriots are
undefeated.


Office notified FWC Dispatch
that one of their deputies had
stopped a vehicle and found
the subject in possession of a
spotted fawn. Officers Danny
Arnette and Van Barrow
responded to the deputy's
location and interviewed
the subject who admitted
to shooting the fawn on
Highway 2. The subject was
charged with possession of
a spotted fawn and killing a
deer at night with a gun and
light.

BAY COUNTY
Officer Joe Chambers
checked a subject in East
Bay whose fishing license
was expired for over a year.
He also located 14 whole
stone crabs and five under-
size claws during the inspec-
tion of the subject's boat.
Citations were issued.


FRANKLIN COUNTY
Officers Woody Cook,
Jason Carroll, John Allen,
Travis Huckeba, and Capt.
Donald Duval conducted an
illegal net fishing detail. Two
vessels, occupied by four
commercial fishermen, were
boarded and inspected in
the area of Postum Bayou.
During the first vessel
inspection, one of the two
fishermen was charged for
violations pertaining to not
having a restricted species
endorsement and not having
their nets properly marked
with their saltwater products
license number. During the


second vessel inspection, the
two commercial fishermen
were arrested and charged
with violations pertaining to
nets not properly marked,
too many meshes per foot,
possession of entangling
nets, use of entangling nets,
use of nets over 500 square
feet, fishing more than two
nets at a time, possession
of over 50 mullet and an
entangling net, possession
of spotted sea trout and an
entangling net, flagrant net
violation (felony), and fishing
with a suspended saltwa-
ter products license (third
offense, felony). Four nets
were seized along with 747
pounds of black mullet and
three spotted sea trout.


GADSDEN COUNTY
Officers Billy Kemp,
Matt Bell, Reserve Officer
Donald Trussell and Lt.
Harry Parker responded
t.o a call for help from an
individual who was lost on
the Wacissa River south of
Goose Pasture. The subject
stated he had a 2-year-old
boy and another companion
in a small boat and was
unable to find his way back
to the landing. Pilots Frank
Utermohlen and Dave Cali-
anno responded and located
the subjects with a helicop-
ter and search light. After
spotting the subjects, they
directed Officers Kemp and
Bell to the location. The
officers led them out of
the swamp and back to the
landing.


PANTHERS from page A7


MC Bell led all scores
in the game with 26
points, while Brusso
finished the night
with 14.
In the first game on
Thursday Tate edged
Catholic 37-35.
Bell was once again
the lead scorer for
Catholic with 21 points
while Courtney Brown
was the top scorer for
Tate with 14.
Later this week Pace
and Milton will both hold
their own tip off classics.
Thursday night at
Milton will see three
games starting at 5 p.m.
Game one will pit.
Central against Gulf
Breeze, followed by
Catholic and Jay with


Navarre and Milton in
the nightcap.
Saturday's action
will start at 5 p.m. with
the rivalries of Gulf
Breeze and Navarre
tipping off at 5 p.m.
followed by Central and
Jay, while Catholic and
Milton finishing off the
tournament.
In Pace the Patriots
will be hosting it own
little classic for the
second year in a row.
Pace will play
Washington at 7:30 p.m.
on Thursday and will tip
it off against Pensacola
High on Saturday at 7:30.
Pine Forest, who is
the fourth team in the
tournament and will play
both nights at 6 p.m.


Tide REPORT


Pensacola Bay

Thursday, November 19, 2009
6.18 AM CST Sunrise
8:58 AM CST Moonrise
10.35 AM CST Low tide -0.30 Feet
4 50 PM CST Sunset
7.11 PM CST Moonset
11.35 PM CST High tide 1.67 Feet

Friday, November 20, 2009
6:19 AM CST Sunrrise
9 44 AM CST Moonrise
11:24 AM CST Low tide -0 29 Feet
4:49 PM CST Sunset
8:07 PM CST Moonset

Saturday, November 21, 2009
12 14 AM CST High tide 1 60 Feet
6 19 AM CST Sunrise
10-24 AM CST Moonrise
12-01 PM CST Low tide -0.26 Feet
4:49 PM CST Sunset
9.03 PM CST Moonset

Sunday, November 22, 2009
12:47 AM CST High tide 1 49 Feet
6 20 AM CST Sunrise
10 59 AM CST Moonrise
12-24 PM CST Low tide -0 19 Feet
4:49 PM CST Sunset
9:58 PM CST Moonset

East Bay

Thursday, November 19, 2009
6:17 AM CST Sunrise
8:57 AM CST Moonrise
11:51 AM CST Low tide -0.37 Feet
4:48 PM CST Sunset
- 7:09 PM CST Moonset

Friday, November 20, 2009
12:20 AM CST High tide 2.01 Feet


6:17 AM CST Sunrise
9:43 AM CST Moonrise
12:42 PM CST Low tide -0.35 Feet
4:48 PM CST Sunset
8:06 PM CST Moonset

Saturday, November 21, 2009
12159 AM CST High tide 1.92 Feet
6-18 AM CST Sunrise
10.22 AM CST Moonrise
1:19 PM CST Low tide -0.31 Feet
4 48 PM CST Sunset
9 02 PM CST Moonsel

Sunday, November 22, 2009
1:32 AM CST High tide 1.79 Feet
6 19 AM CST Sunrise
10.58 AM CST Moonrise
1:42 PM CST Low tide -0.23 Feet
4 47 PM CST Sunset
9:57 PM CST Moonset

Blackwater River

Thursday, November 19, 2009
12:31 AM CST High tide 2.07 Feet
6:17 AM CST Sunrise
8 58 AM CST Moonrise
12:21 PM CST Low tide -0.37 Feet
4:49 PM CST Sunset
7.09 PM CST Moonset

Friday, November 20, 2009
1:16 AM CST High tide 2.01 Feet'
6:18 AM CST Sunrise
9:43 AM CST Moonrise
'1:12 PM CST Low tide -0.35 Feet
4:48 PM CST Sunset
8:06 PM CST Moonset

Saturday, November 21, 2009
1:55 AM CST High tide 1.92 Feet
6:19 AM CST Sunrise
10:24 AM CST Moonrise
1:49 PM CST Low tide -0.31 Feet


4:48 PM CST Sunset
9-02 PM CST Moonset

Sunday, November 22, 2009
2:28 AM CST High tide 1.79 Feet
6:20 AM CST Sunrise
10 58 AM CST Moonrise
2.12 PM CST Low tide -0.23 Feet
4:48 PM CST Sunset
9-57 PM CST Moonset

Navarre Beach

Thursday, November 19, 2009
6:16 AM CST Sunrise
8:21 AM CST Low tide -0.19 Feet
8:57 AM CST Moonrise
4:48 PM CST Sunset
7:09 PM CST Moonset
9:09 PM CST High tide 1.69 Feet

Friday, November 20, 2009
6:17 AM CST Sunrise
9-06 AM CST Low tide -0.12 Feet
9.42 AM CST Moonrise
4-48 PM CST Sunset
8-05 PM CST Moonset
9-54 PM CST High tide 1.62 Feet

Saturday, November 21, 2009
6:18 AM CST Sunrise
9:43 AM CST Low tide -0.02 Feet
10:22 AM CST Moonrise
4:48 PM CST Sunset
9:02 PM CST Moonset
10:37 PM CST High tide 1.54 Feet

Sunday, November 22, 2009
6:19 AM CST Sunrise
10:08 AM CST Low tide 0.11 Feet
10:57 AM CST Moonrise
4:47 PM CST Sunset
9:57 PM CST Moonset
11:16 PM CST High tide 1.43 Feet


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Wednesday, November 18,2009


SPORTS


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Lady Panthers dominate tipoff classic


By BILL GAMBUN
sports@srpressgazette.com
Milton turned in two
dominating performances
as they not only made the
finals of the Lady Panthers
Tipoff Classic, but took the
title over Tate 52-20.
The Lady Panthers used
the first quarter as a way to
feel out the Lady Aggies as
they held a 14-8 lead after
the first eight minutes of
play.
After that Milton went on
a 38-12 run to put the game
away by halftime as they led
32-12 at intermission.
"We had a competitive
summer," Milton head coach
Stephanie Washington said.
"The girls are buying into
our plan as coaches and


you could tell that as they
worked so hard going to
camps at Florida State, PJC,
and playing summer ball at
Washington High."
Milton not only went
to the hoop, but they went
to the free throw line as
Nadirah Kelker did a
majority of the damage with
a game high 22 points.
Veronica Ffrench added
16 points in the win while,
Virginia Ffrench added
eight.
"We are working much
harder on free throws and
logging how the girls do,"
Washington said. "We are
putting the extra wok in to
stay mentally focused
The Lady Panthers used
a combination of a full court
press and strong half court


game to make it a long night
for the visitors in Crimson
from Gonzales.
Marina Cobbs led Tate
with seven points.
Thursday night the Lady
Panthers were even stingier
with points as they disposed
of West Florida Tech 65-15.
Kelker and Veronica
Ffrench finished the night
with a game high 16 points,
while Virginia Ffrench
added 12.
Milton jumped out to a
29-6 lead after one quarter of
play and during the second
half it was a running clock
after Milton established a
45-11 lead at intermission.
WFT only scored four
points the entire second
half.
We are working with our


man defense and taking
advantage of the girls on
the team who run track,"
Washington said. "We
do different things with
different combinations while
trying to work hard so we
can get some easy baskets.
Desirai Dikes led the
way for West Florida with
four points, while Kody
Russo and Morgan Burridge
chipped in three points each.
In the consolation
game Saturday night it
was Pensacola Catholic
defeating West Florida Tech
46-39.
Catholic fell behind early,
but by halftime they found a
steady rhythm to dispose of
the Lady Jaguars.

See LADY PANTHERS A7


BILL GAMBLIN I Press Gazette
Veronica Ffrench goes up for two of her 16 points
Saturday as the Milton Lady Panthers defeated Tate's
Lady Aggies 52-20 to with the Lady Panthers Tipoff
Classic.


JAY DEFEATS WEWAHITCHKA


BILL GAMBLING I Press Gazette
Steven Brabham rushes for a critical first down for Jay during Friday's 28-6 win over Wewa.


Royals dine on Gators for season finale


By BILL GAMBLING
sports@srpressgazette.com
JAY - Wewahitchka drew
first blood but Jay roared
back for a 28-6 win to close out
the regular season.
After going three and out,
the Gators punted the ball
to Jay who took over at the
Wewa 41.
One play later found
the Gators turning a Royal
fumble into a six-play drive
for six as Jonathan Nobles
rumbled in from tow yards
out with 6:42 remaining in the
first half to make it 6-0.
Form there it was Jay
reeling off 28 unanswered
points as they end the season
on a two game winning
streak.
"We had two good weeks
of practice," Jay head coach


Elijah Bell said. "As a team we
have cut down our turnovers
and our defense has played
well the last two game.
"This will make our off
season a little easier with the
way we finished and I am real
pleased about that."
The running tandem of
Rush Hendricks and Chris
Carrigan proved to be too
much for the Gators as they
combined for 189 yards of
the Jay offense with all four
touchdowns.
Finishing third for the
Royals was the Wewa defense
who were flagged five
separate times for offsides
with four of those calls came
in the first drive the Royals
found the end zone to make
it 7-6 behind the plunge of
Hendricks.
Late in the game, the


Gators offense came to life as
Cody Wade amassed 96 yards
passing, but could not get the
Gators in the end zone.
A late scoring drive in the
fourth quarter was hurt by
an unsportsmanlike conduct
penalty that put the Gators
back in their own territory.
After Wade passed his
way out of that hole with a
completion to Theryl Brown,
then Wewa found themselves
first-and-10 alt the Jay 24.
Two sacks later and the
Gators were back the Jay 39
facing fourth and 25.
Wade rolled out, but his
pass to Baylen Price was a
yard short and turned the ball
over to the Royals.
While Jay still was
pestered with the turnover
bug, the Gators had similar
issues.


"The ball can take some
funny bounces and tonight
we had a few breaks bounce
our way and we were able to
capitalize on them," Bell said.
"The best way we could end
the season for everyone was
this way and it will help the
younger kids when we start to
prepare for next season.
Wade threw two
interceptions on the night,
while Colton Price turned the
ball over while trying to fight
for yards after Wewa started
the fourth quarter at its own
1 after stopping Jay on the
goal line by forcing Royals
quarterback Steven Brabham
to fumble.
Defensively the star for
the Royals was Brian McGee
who recovered the fumble on
the Wewa 7 and intercepted a
Wade pass.


Argos earn second consecutive GSC crown


Special to the Press Gazette
West Florida earned
their second consecutive
Gulf South Conference
championship with a 3-0
(25-15, 25-19, 25-20) sweep
of East Division rival West
Alabama on Saturday night.
Patricia Gandolfo was named
as the tournament's Most
Outstanding Player while
juniors Jamie Nichols and
Chelsea Wilhoite earned All-
Tournament nods.
Nichols brilliantly led
the offensive with a total
of 14 kills for a .522 hitting
percentage, while Gandolfo
nailed 12 kills for a huge .750
clip. Lindsay Homme and
Valissia Brathwaite joined in
the double-digits with 10 and
11 kills, respective. Homme's
11 kills were good for a .500
clip, the third Argo hitting at
.500 or above. As a team, West
Florida hit .371 with the credit
due to Tricia Tirabassi's 40
assists. Nichols and Tirabassi
each tacked on two service
aces.


The defense was again led
by Wilhoite who turned in a
team-high 11 digs, followed
closely by Tirabassi's 10 that
gave her a double-double
on the match. Maddie Staub
tallied six, and Kristen Wimer
had five digs and was a
great defensive contributor.
Gandolfo was the block leader
with three, including one solo.
West Florida proved to
be the hungriest team in the
GSC Finals, sweeping their
co-champion West Alabama
to successfully defend


their Gulf South title. The
Argos hoisted their second
consecutive trophy after
dropping just one set all
weekend, that loss coming in
the first round to Henderson
State.
The Argos earn the
automatic qualifying bid to
the South Region tournament
set to begin Nov. 19.
West Florida's second
straight Gulf South
Conference championship
title automatically qualified
them for the NCAA National


Tournament. The Argos will
face competition in the South
Region, and will have the
opportunity to vie for a trip to
the NCAA Elite Eight.
The NCAA released the
bracket for the upcoming
tournament on Sunday,
pairing No. 3 seed West
Florida with No. 6 seed Lynn
University. The two will
square off on the University
of Tampa's court after the
Spartans earned the first
seed in the region with the
right to host.
UWF and Lynn met early
in the 2009 season at the
South Region Crossover
hosted by the Argonauts
in September. The squads
battled through five sets
with Lynn emerging as the
victor. West Florida will
look to avenge that loss this
weekend.
The Argos alongside East
Division opponent North
Alabama will represent the
only Gulf South Conference
schools to earn a chance to
compete in the tournament.


Crusaders


nip Panthers


at the end

By MATHEW PELLEGRINO
mpellegrino@srpressgazette.com
Only one word could describe Milton's
game against Pensacola Catholic Friday
night - close.
The Panthers lost to the Crusaders
with 55 seconds left on the clock in the
fourth when Catholic quarterback Shawn
White went for a two-point conversion
putting the game at 29-28.
Milton came in hard in the first half
where they scored three touchdowns
and ended the half 21-7. Milton's Devon
Grimm took it down the center with
6:49 left in the first quarter for the first
touchdown of the night.
Catholic was unable to gain ground
after the Panther touchdown and turned
the ball over to Milton allowing Patric
Lloyd to score the second touchdown of
the night with 1:27 left in the quarter.
The Crusader's responded to the
Panther lead with a touchdown two
minutes into the second quarter.
Catholic's Chris Milton rushed the ball
down the field tor a 23-yard run putting
Catholic at Milton's 7-yard line. Marquis
Sumler danced around Milton defense
after the first down putting the first six on
the board accompanied by a field goal.
Three flags after Catholic's goal
pushed the Panthers from the Catholic
15 to the 45, and were unable to make a
first. The Panther's handed the ball over
to Catholic, but only for two plays when
it was intercepted by Milton's Casey
Freeman. The play got the Panther's a
touchdown by quarterback Matt Floyd
with 1:19 left in the half.
The second half started rough for the
Panthers when a throw by Floyd was
intercepted by Josh McGowan. The play
put Catholic 20 yards away from their
goal. It didn't take long for Sumler to
snatch up a throw from the Crusader
quarterback for a touchdown with six
minutes left in the quarter.
Milton gained the ball back on the
punt return when wide receiver Tyler
Johnson carried the ball from the Milton
10 for an 80-yard run to the Catholic 10
yard line. Three flags including two pass
interference pushed Milton back 24
yards, and were unable to gain a first.
In the fourth quarter, Catholic took
control of the ball for a touchdown with
9:25 left in the game by Sumler down the
center. The game sat 21-28.
After the turnover, a flag for
unsportsmanlike conduct was placed
against Milton's Johnson after he threw
the ball at a referee in frustration after
a play. The handoff to the referee forced
Milton to turn the ball over into the
Crusader's hands.
Milton intercepted the ball, but the
leather was later picked up by Samson
Smiley on a fumble with 1:49 left in the
fourth. Fifty five seconds later, Catholic
turned the fumble into a touchdown
by White and a successful two point
conversion by White put the Crusader's
up by one point.
Milton tried to come back hard, but
was only able to make it to the 25 with
2.6 seconds left on the clock Mauricio
Barber went for the 25-yard field goal, but
came up too low and short, ending the
game 28-29.
"They played to win tonight.
They played hard this season, and
unfortunately they weren't able to go out
with a win," Head Coach Mike McMillion
said.


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o- CEREMONY WAS HELD AT

END OF THIS YEAR'S RIDE'FOR

THE SANTA ROSA KIDS' HOUSE 4

By MATHEW PELLEGRINO
mpellegrino@srpressgazette.com

- he Santa Rosa Kids' House, a facility designed to as-
sist victims of child abuse and their families unveiled I
^ _*f� their new logo and held a luncheon event to celebrate
the organization's fresh new look on Thursday.
'As a gesture of hope for the many victims of child abuse, the
eventLconcluded with a special bloom.planting ceremony that will
bring beautiful flowers for visitors to enjoy this coming spring on the
SRKH grounds. Guests at the event participated in the ceremony portion
by grabbing their shovels and planting seeds, which were held inside of a
butterfly made of a biodegradable, organic material.
"I cannot tell you what an exciting day this was for the Kids' House. We
are looking forward to the new road ahead of us with our new identity. It is
so unique and we are proud of what it stands for," SRKH Executive Direc-
tor Tammy Burton said.
SRKH's new logo features a flower with children's' handprints used
to portray the blooms. The logo unveil came two days before the second
annual Ride to Stop the Hurt, where over 100 bikers came out to ride and
raise money for the 2-year-old organization.
The event, although competing with other big events around the West
Florida region drew in quite a crowd, and despite the timing, the organiza-
tion was able to bring in more money that they expected.
-"We raised overe $2,000 for the Kid's House," Executive Director
Tammy Burton said. "This is the second year we've done this, and this
year our community really came out to support us"
Last year, the SRKH had a few more attendees, but Tammy Burton
said they raised a record amount of money for the non-profit organization.
"This money goes to supporting our program costs. This year we had
109 riders come out," Burton said
Not only did the 70-mile bike ride raise money. but it raised child abuse
awareness to all of its participants.
As I of1 only 900 child abuse agencies in America, the Santa Rosa Kids
House has helped investigate, prosecute and deal with emotional and
psychological aftermath of child abuse crimes This event was one of the
many ways the organization has helped raise money to fund their efforts
"\Ve were very pleased with the outcome of the event." Burton said.
"The commitment and support of our community was far more than we
expected
For more Lnformation on how to donate to the SRKH. please contact
the center at 623-1112 or \isit their website at http: srlddshouse.org


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Garden selling
wreaths, Poinsettias
Every year the
members of the Na-
varre Garden Club take
orders from their friends
and neighbors for their
beautiful fresh Noble Fir
Wreaths, and beautiful
poinsettias.
The deadline for
ordering your wreath
is November 23rd, and
items will be ready to
pick up on Nov 28th,
between 10 - noon at the
Baptist Medical Park
parking lot in Navarre.
The wreaths are
comparable to those be-
ing sold for much more
by Jackson & Perkins in
their current catalogue,
as well as many local
retail stores. Those who
have bought them in the
past report that they
stay fresh and fragrant
far beyond the Christ-
mas season. The poinset-
tias are full and lush, and
with proper care can be
kept, and brought back
in to bloom year after


year.
Proceeds from the
sale go for the com-
munity beautification
projects that the Garden
Club participates in
every year. This year the
large project is landscap-
ing the front of one of the
Habitat for Humanity
homes in Navarre.
Wreaths sell for $25,
*and poinsettias for $9.
Dress up your home in
lovely winter greenery,
and help your commu-
nity at the same time. To
place your order send
your check payable to
Navarre Garden Club,
c/o Barb Dillon, 9991 Na-
varre Parkway, Navarre
32566. For information
call Barb at 939-3387.

Pace Food Drive
to be held
The Pace Civic As-
,sociation will sponsor a
food drive at the Pace
Grocery Outlet on Satur,
day, Nov. 21 from 8 a.m.
to 1 p.m. This is to bene-
fit the Manna Food Bank.


In an effort to involve the
children to begin to learn
the joy in giving, Santa
will be there with a spe-
cial storybook for every
child under the age of 10
who donates. Three to
four cans or other food
items is a suggested
minimum contribution,
but children involvement
is the goal.
This is a Pre-Thanks-
giving and Pre-Christ-
mas food drive. Many
in our community have
a tight budget, but the
Pace Civic Association
asks all Who can, to join
in this last food drive of
the year. They appreci-
ate the public and the
great support of the com-
munity for supporting
this food drive. This is a
great way to express our
thankfulness by giving
a most basic gift to help
others.

City of Milton
meetings
* City of Milton Parks
& Recreation Committee


will meet on Monday, Nov.
23 at 8:30 a.m. in Confer-
ence Room B of City Hall,
6738 Dixon Street.
* Milton Benevolent
Cemetery Board will
meet on Monday, Nov. 23
at 2 p.m. in Conference
Room B of City Hall.
All meetings are open
to the public. For more
information, call 983-5411.

Garden Club to hold
, community garage sale
The Milton Garden
Club will host its 4th bi-
annual Indoor/Outdoor
Community Garage Sale
on Saturday, November
21, 2009 from 8 a.m. until
1 p.m. in Milton at 5256
Alabama Street.
In addition to items
donated by Garden Club
members, there will be
product vendors, craft-
ers, charitable organiza-
tions and others. Tables
will be set up inside
and outside the Garden
Center on Alabama
Street with many items
to choose from. You may


even find that "perfect
something." In addition
to all those other great
bargains there will be
home made baked goods
just in time for the holi-
days.
Call Jean at 626-1422
or Ellen at 983-0747 if
additional information is
desired.

Parking Forum to be
held at UWF
Got solutions to
the parking issues on
campus? Then there is a
forum available for you to
give suggestions and ask
questions about this vital
issue. The Student Gov-
ernment Association will
host a town hall meeting
to discuss th'e parking
issues on campus. The
town hall will held during
the regular S.G.A. senate
meeting at 2:30 p.m. on .
November 20th. A panel
consisting of the Uni-
versity Parking Services
Manager Chip Chism,
Executive Vice President
Hal White, Associate Vice


President Dave O'Brien,
Environmental Conser-
vation Beautificatibn
Committee Chair Shaun
Boren, and student
representative from the
Parking and Transporta-
tion Advisory Committee
Jeremy Jarrett will be
present at the town hall
to answer questions.
If you have questions
please send them to
sga@uwf.edu.

Paint Technique
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trolled Pouring Paint
Techniques: Maximiz-
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Kurtz will be presented
at the Santa Rosa Art
Association Monthly
meeting, November 21,
2009, at 10:30, Build-
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Campus/University of
Florida in room 4902.
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Santa Rosa SHERIFF'S REPORT


The following arrests
were made beginning Oct.
13, through Oct. 21, 2009
Irwin, Jennifer Noel; Fe-
male; 35; 275 FM 421, Lum-
berton, Texas; Public Order
Crimes-Alter Destroy Re-
cord of Person in State Cus-
tody (20 cts.). 10/13/09
Musick, Andrea Rose;
Female; 24; 1877 Sandrel
Drive NE, Grand Rapids,
MI; Probation Violation-
Community. 10/13/09
Risch, Theodore John;
Male; 59; 1100 Shoreline
Drive, Gulf Breeze; Fail To
Register Convicted Felon,
Disorderly Conduct, Pro-
bation Violation-Felony.
10/13/09
McLean, Roy Antoney;
Male; 321 3407 Green Briar
Circle, Gulf Breeze; Drive
While Lic Susp 3rd or Sub-
seq Offens, Drive While Ex-
pired Lie for More Than 4
Mos, Operate Motor Vehicle
W/O Valid License, Attach
Registration License Plate
Not Assigned. 10/13/09-
Bosley-Painter, Mary El-
len; Female; 44; 5153 Phoe-
nix Drive, Milton; Probation
Violation-Felony 10/13/09
Tiller, Nathan Ray; Male;
20; 6536 Pearl Riley St., Mil-
ton; Burglary Unoccupied
Structure Unarmed; Larc-
Petit 1st Degree Property
$100 to Under $300. 10/13/09
Scarcella, Cheryl Rae;


Female; 41; 8779 Marshall
Rd, Milton; DUI. 10/13/090
Thompson, Stephen
Craig; Male; 25; 5233 Yancy
Drive, Pace; Sex Asslt By 24
YOA Older Sex Batt Victim
16 or 17 YOA. 10/14/09
Havard, Devon Michael;
Male; 14; 6855 Deception
Rd, Milton; Drugs-Poss Wit
Sell Etc New Legend Drug
W/O Prescription. 10/14/09
Willoughby, James Al-
bert; Male; 16- 6103 East
Milton Rd, Milton; Drugs-
Possess Cntrl Sub W/O Pre--
scription. 10/14/09
Andrews, Shannon Jess;
Male; 36; 504 Douglas St.,
Cartersville, GA; Out of
State Fhgitive From Justice.
10/15/09
Bass, Maranda Lynn;
Female; 19; 2798 Fox Pond
Tr, Pace; Public Order
Crimes-Criminal Attempt
Solicit Comspire 2nd Deg
Fel. 10/15/09
Burgans, Brittany Mi-
chelle; Female; 18; 4416
Wagonwheel Circle, Milton;,
Drugs-Possess Cntrl Sub
W/O Prescription (2 cts.),
Marijuana Possess Not
More Than 20 Grams, Nar-
cotic Equip-Possess And or
Use. 10/15/09
Carrier, Philip Milam;
Male; 35; 5277 Overbrook
Drive, Milton; Public Order
Crimes-Accessory Aft the
Fact 3rd Degree Fel Lvl 3


to 10, Drugs-Possess Cntrl
Sub. W/O Prescription (2
cts.).10/15/09
Hawkins, * Michael Joe;
Male; 33; 1915 Constitution
Drive, Navarre; Conserva-
tion-Animals Cause Cruel
Death, Pain and Suffer-
ing, Conservation-Animals
Abandon/Confied W/O Food
Water Exercise. 10/15/09
Jenkins, In, Alex Day;,
Male; 23; 5277 Ov6rbrook
Drive, Milton; Public Order
Crimes Crim Att Sol Con-
spire 3rd Deg Fel Lvl 3 to 10.
10/15/09
Nix, m, Leo; Male; 16;,
100 Methodist Ave. SE, Ft.
Walton Beach; Escape.
10/15/09
Szuch, Gregory Alan;
Male; 39; 1851 Stillwater
Cove, Navarre; Purchase
Over 20 Grams of Marijua-
na. 10/15/09
Bryant, Jennifer Nicole;
Female; 31; 4265 Audiss
Road, Miltonn; Probation
Violation-Felony. 10/16/09
Pack, Brett McCrae;
Male; 19; 84 2nd Ave., Shali-
mar; Burglary Unoccupied
Structure Unnarmed, Larc-
Theft is $300 or More But
Less Than $5,000.10/18/09
Foster, Jeremy Paul;
Male; 29; 1610 Blue Angel'
Parkway, Pensacola; Drive
While Lic Susp 3rd or Sub-
seq Off. 10/17/09
Jackson, Rikesha Mo-
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Charles; Male; 33; 2029 Na-
varre Pkwy Ln, Navarre;
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Dwayne; Male; 37; 710 Wil-
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'Irematerra, Michael;
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Heck, David Marla, Jr.;
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pher, Male; 14; 9200 John
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. iss Road, Miltonn; Damage
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len, Deborah Ann; Fe-
male; 44; 4865 East Spen-
cerfield Road, Pace; DUI.
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Wayne; Male; 21; 5099 Rendy
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Fall is best time to plant trees along the Gulf Coast


By Theresa Friday
Extension Faculty-Residential
Horticulture UF/IFAS
Santa Rosa County
Fall is the best time to
plant trees along Florida's
Gulf Coast. The heat of
summer has abated, the
day lengths are shorter and
plants will spend the winter
growing their underground
root systems. Planting
now allows trees to grow
their root systems several
months prior to the heat
. of summer. The result will
be a stronger and healthier
plant.
So if you have been think-
ing about adding a tree or
two to your landscape, now
is the time to make your
decision and get the tree
planted.
But, which tree to plant?
There are many to choose


from. Because trees are
typically long lived, making
a good deqsion initially will
save you time and trouble
in years to come. The
biggest mistake gardeners
make is choosing a tree
that will quickly outgrow
its planting site. Be sure
to learn the mature size of
the tree before picking the
perfect spot for its home.
If you already have a spot
in mind, be sure that you
choose a tree that will not
outgrow the spot.
If you are looking for a
large tree; then consider
a southern favorite, the
magnolia. Mhgnolias come
in all shapes and sizes, but
perhaps the most well-
known magnolia in Florida
is the Southern magnolia,
Magnolia grandiflora.
These stately trees can
grow up to 90 feet tall, de-


pending on the cultivar, and
have lustrous, evergreen
foliage that makes a great
backdrop for other garden
plants. In the spring and
summer, Southern magno-
lias produce creamy white
flowers that have a lemony
smell and can be as large
across as dinner plates.
TodAy, there are over
40 cultivars of Southern
magnolia on the market.
Many new cultivars flower
at an earlier age and have
a tighter, denser canopy or
smaller growth habit than
older cultivars. Another
popular characteristic is a
rusty-bronze appearance
of the underside of the
leaves, commonly called
the "back".
'Bracken's Brown Beau-
ty' is considered bne of the
best selections for foliage
and plant form. The lower


leaf surface, or back, is a
rich, dark brown and has
. a fuzzy texture. The tree
reaches 30 to 50 feet tall
and 30 feet wide, so it needs,
room to spread. It tends to
be self-branching and forms
a dense canopy.
'Claudia Wannamaker' is
one of the older selections
of Southern magnolia that
still is widely grown. The
foliage is dark green with a
silvery-tan back At matu-
rity, this tree will be about
50 feet tall.
'D.D. Blanchard' reaches
over 50 feet at maturity. It
has leathery, lustrous, dark
green leaves with rich,


orange-brown or copper
backs. It flowers only spar-
ingly when young.
'Little Gem' is very
widely grown because of its/
compact form. The leaves
and flowers are in propor-
tion to its smaller plant size.
Though considered com-
pact, it still can grow up to
a height of 40 feet. While it
does have the longest flow-
ering season, typically from
May to November, its form
is often "shrubby", lacking
a nice central leader.
'Teddy Bear' got its
name because the leaves
are reminiscent of the ears
of a stuffed teddy bear.


They are rounder andfuzzy
with a rusty-brown back
The tree is smaller than
most, reaching a mature
size of about 20 feet.
There are many other
cultivars of Southern mag-
nolia. Most of these are not
widely available. However,
.grower and consumer pref-
erences may result in some
of these having greater
availability or popularity
in certain markets or with
changing tastes of consum-
ers and landscapers.
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Residential Horticulture
Extension Agent for Santa
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demands against
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IN THE CIRCUIT
COURT FOR SANTA
ROSA COUNTY,
FLORIDA PROBATE,
DIVISION
File No.: 57/2009-CP-
0298
Division:
IN RE: ESTATE OF
HELEN JEAN
REINOEHL BARKER
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDI-

The administration of
the estate of Helen
Jean Relnoehl Barker,
deceased, whose date
of death was October
1, 2009, is pending' in
the Circuit Court for
Santa Rosa County,
Florida, Probate Divi-
sion, the address of
which is Post Office
Box 472, Milton, Florida
32572. The names and
addresses of the per-
sonal representative
and the personal
representative's attor-
ney are set forth below.
All creditors of the de-
cedent and other per-
sons having claims or
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All other creditors of
the decedent and other
persons having claims
or demands against
decedent's estate must
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this court WITHIN 3
MONTHS AFTER THE
DATE OF THE FIRST
PUBLICATION OF
THIS NOTICE.
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FILED 'WITHIN THE
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DEATH IS BARRED. '
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cation of this notice is
November 11, 2009.
Attorney for Personal
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IN THE CIRCUIT
COURT OF THE
FIRST JUDICIAL CIR-
CUIT IN AND FOR
SANTA ROSA
COUNTY, FLORIDA
JUVENILE DIVISION
CASE NO. 04-DP-90
IN THE INTEREST OF:
L.S. DOB: 06/03/2004
E.S. DOB: 12/13/2008


MINOR CHILDREN
TO: Tammy Rene
Schultheis, mother of
L.S. and E.S., minor
children and STATE
PATTERSON, III, Puta-
tive Father L.S. and
E.S., minor children
YOU ARE HEREBY
NOTIFIED that a Peti-
tion under oath has
been filed in the above
styled. Court for the ter-
mination of parental
rights of L.S., a male
child, born on June 3,
2004, in . Escambia
County, Florida, and
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cember, 2008, . in
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man, Judge of the Cir-
cuit Court in and for
Santa Rosa County,
Florida, at the Santa
Rosa County Court-
house, 6865 Caroline
Street, Milton, FL
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IN THE UNITED STATES BANKRUPTCY COURT
FOR THE DISTRICT OF DELAWARE
------------------------------------.----.--------------------
In re: Chapter 11
FREEDOM COMMUNICATIONS HOLDINGS, INC., et al., Case No. 09-13046 (BLS)
Debtors.' Jointly Administered
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NOTICE OF DEADLINE AND BAR DATE FOR FILING PROOFS OF CLAIM AGAINST
FREEDOM COMMUNICATIONS HOLDINGS. INC. AND AFFILIATED ENTITIES

TO ALL PERSONS AND ENTITIES WITH CLAIMS AGAINST
ANY OF THE FOLLOWING ENTITIES:
Freedom Communications Holdings, Inc. (2814); Freedom Communications, Inc.
(0750); Freedom Broadcasting, Inc. (0025); Freedom.Broadcasting of Florida, Inc.
{6581); Freedom Broadcasting of Florida Licensee,'L.L.C. (1198); Freedom Broad-
casting of Michigan, Inc. (6110); Freedom Broadcasting of Michigan Licensee,
L.L.C. (1122); Freedom Broadcasting of New York, Inc. (6522); Freedom Broad-
casting ofNew York Licensee, L.L.C. (9356); Freedom Broadcasting of Oregon,
Inc. (7291); Freedom Broadcasting of Oregon Licensee, L.L.C. (9295); Freedom
Broadcasting of Southern New England, Inc. (7274); Freedom Broadcasting of
Southern New England Licensee, L.L.C. (1177); Freedom Broadcasting of Texas,
Inc. (2093); Freedom Broadcasting of Texas Licensee, L.L.C. (1147); Freedom
Broadcasting of Tennessee, Inc. (7961); Freedom Broadcasting of Tennessee
Licensee, L.L.C. (9430); Freedom Magazines, Inc. (0328); Freedom Metro Infor-
mation, Inc. (1604); Freedom Newspapers, Inc. (3240); Orange County Register
Communications, Inc. (7980); OCR Community Publications, Inc. (9752); OCR In-
formation Marketing, Inc. (7983); Appeal-Democrat, Inc. (4121); Florida Freedom
Newspapers, Inc. (4227); Freedom Arizona Information, Inc. (5796); Freedom Col-
orado Information, Inc. (7806); Freedom Eastern North Carolina Communications,
Inc. (5563); Freedom Newspapers of Illinois, Inc. (2222); Freedom Newspapers
of Southwestern Arizona, 'Inc. (5797); Freedom Shelby Star, Inc. (8425); Illinois
Freedom Newspapers, Inc. (8308); Missouri Freedom Newspapers, Inc. (8310);
Odessa American (7714); The Times-News Publishing Company (0230); Victor
Valley Publishing Company (6082); Daily Press (3610); Freedom Newspaper Ac-
quisitions, Inc. (4322); The Clovis News-Journal (5820); Freedom Newspapers of
New Mexico L.L.C. (5360); Gaston Gazette LLP (4885); Lima News (6918); Por-
terville Recorder Company (7735); Seymour Tribune Company (7550); Victorville
Publishing Company (7617); Freedom Newspapers (7766); The Creative Spot,
L.L.C. (2420); Freedom Interactive Newspapers, Inc. (9343); Freedom Interactive
Newspapers of Texas, Inc. (8187); Freedom Services, Inc. (3125). (The last four
digits of each entity's federal taxpayer identification number is provided above,
after the name of each entity.)
,PLEASE TAKE NOTICE that, pursuant to an order of this Court approved on Oc-
tober 14, 2009 (the "Bar Date Order"), all persons and entities, including individu-
als, partnerships, joint ventures, limited liability companies, corporations, estates,
or trusts (except those persons or entities that are excused by the terms of the
Bar Date Order) who have a claim or potential claim against any of the above-
listed Debtors that arose prior to the filing of the chapter 11 petitions on September
1, 2009, no matter how remote or contingent such claim may be, MUST FILE A
PROOF OF CLAIM on or before 4:00 p.m. Eastern Time. on December 11.2009 (the "Bar
Date"), by mailing or delivering an original proof of claim to Freedom Communica-
tions Claims Docketing Center, c/o Logan & Company, Inc., 546 Valley Road, Up-
per Montclair, New Jersey 07043, so that it is actually received on or before the Bar
Date. Proofs of claim sent by facsimile, telecopy, or other electronic means will not
be accepted. A proof of claim form may be obtained at www.loganandco.com or
from Logan & Company, Inc. by mail request to the address above, by fax request
to (973) 509-3191, or by telephone request to (973) 509-3190.
ANY PERSON OR ENTITY EXCEPTA PERSON OR ENTITY WHO IS EXCUSED
BY THE TERMS OF THE BAR DATE ORDER) WHO FAILS TO FILE A PROOF OF
CLAIM ON OR BEFORE THE BAR DATE SHALL NOT BE PERMITTED TO VOTE
ON ANY PLAN OF REORGANIZATION OR PARTICIPATE IN ANY DISTRIBU-
TION IN THESE CHAPTER 11 CASES ON ACCOUNT OF ANY SUCH CLAIM, OR
TO RECEIVE FURTHER NOTICES REGARDING ANY SUCH CLAIM.
A copy of the Bar Date Order may be obtained free of charge on Logan's website
(www.loganandco.com); or viewed and downloaded for a fee at the Bankruptcy
Court's website (http://www.deb.uscourts.gov/) by following the directions for ac-
cessing the ECF system on such website.

RESTRUCTURING INFORMATION LINE: 1-800-299-1960
LATHAM & WATKINS LLP
Robert A. Klyman, Esq.
355 South Grand Avenue
Los Angeles, California 90071-1560
Facsimile: (213) 891-8763
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Rosalie Walker Gray, Esq.
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885 Third Avenue
New York, New York 10022-4834
Facsimile: (212) 751-4864
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Michael R. Nestor, Esq.
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1000 West Street, 17th Floor
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MULTI FAMILY YARD
SALE. 5737 Yucca
Drive, Milton (off. Avalon
Blvd.) Fri., Nov. 29th
and Sat., Nov. 21st.
Hide-a-bed & rocker re-
cliner to match AND
LOTS AND LOTS
MORE.




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Aviation Maintenance
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Attend College online
from Home. *Medical,
*Business, *Paralegal,
*Accounting, *Criminal
Justice. .Job placement
assistance. Computer
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if qualified. Call
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Plantation and Land
Auctions 960+/-Ac
Brooks Co. Georgia
Land Auctions Nov.
27th, 10AM. Home,
Land and Farm. Excel-
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S EMPLOYMENT
4100 - Help Wanted
4130 - Employment
Information




Driver Trainees Needed
Nowl Drivers being
hired and trained lo-
cally for Werner Enter-
prises. No experience
r e q u i r ed .
1-866-280-5309


IT/Software Dev.

Web
Developer

Florida Freedom is
looking for a Web
Developer. This
position Is respon-
sible to design anrd
develop . websites
a . _n d
database-powered
web applications for
Freedom properties
and external clients,
and maintain exist-
ing websites and ap-
plications.
Duties include: pro-
viding support on
website issues to
other Production
members as neces-
sary; providing sup-
port to customers on
website/emailI
issues; providing
technical assistance
and development
time estimates to the
Sales department;
adhere to all Produc-
tion processes and
deadlines; and other
duties as assigned
Candidates should:
show. proficiency in
Web development
technologies: HTML,
CSS, PHP (or other
server-side scripting
l a n g u a g e ),
Javascript, SQL
(MySQL or equiva-
lent) and be willing
to learn others; profi-
ciency in design/
layout programs:
P h o t o s h o p ,
Dreamweaver or an
equivalent; -be famil-
iar with FTP software
and office productiv-
ity software (Word,
Excel, etc); be able
to hand code HTML;
be able to design
and build relational
databases; have a
working knowledge
of Windows &
Unix/Linux web serv-
ers. Knowledge and
experience with SEO
and SEM a huge
plus.
This associate Works
at the Northwest
Florida Daily News
property in Ft. Wal-
ton Beach, FL. Flor-
ida Freedom offers
an excellent benefit
package including
medical, dental, vi-
sion, life and
long-term disability
insurance, paid holi-
days, vacation and
sick leave, 401 (k)
plan, etc.

Send resumes to:
Nathan Land via
e-mail
to: nathan land
@link.freedom.com

FREEDOM

Drug-free workplace
EOE


Need men to repair
home. Need pool
pump and someone to
install inground liner.
Lowest bid wins. Bring
credentials 983-9270


|BUSINESS & FINA AL
5100 - Business
Opportunities
5110- Money to Lend



ALL Cash Vending! Do
you earn $800 in a
day? 25 Local Ma-
chines and Candy
$9,995. (888)629-9968
BO02000033 CALL US:
we will not be under-
sold!
PTL OTR Drivers. New
Pay Package! Great Mi-
les! Up to 46cpm. 12
months experience re-
quired. No felony or
DUI past 5 years.
(877)740--6262.
www.ptl-inc.com
Bank Foreclosures! 3
Br only $199/Mo! 5 Br
only $225/Mo! Buy,
5%down 30yrs @8%
apr. for listings (800)
366-9783 ext 5853



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6100 - Business/
Commercial
6110- Apartments
6120 - Beech Rentals
6130 - Condo/Townhouse
6140- House Rentals
6150 - Roommate Wanted
6160 - Rooms for Rent
6170 - Mobile Home/Lot
S6180 - Out-o-Town Rentals
6190 - TImeshare Rentals
6200 - Vacation Rentals


7Z[ 6100o_
2 Bay Garage Business
for Rent. Office, 1 acre
fenced in. $800 de-
posit, $800 month.
Robin 516-4181, Sonya
450-6840
1200 sf office/business
units available for lease
on Berryhill Road, Mil-
ton, 1 blk from SRMC.
Economical deals avail-
able. Call Liz 626-0373/
723-5250




MILTON
AREA
Efficiency Apt.
Pool, laundry mat,
all utilities paid. $495
month. Call today for
$599 special.
S712-9968


1 6110
1 bedroom, unfur-
nished apt. Great for
seniors. Call for special
pricing. 626-0287

MILTON / PACE
AREA
Nice 2/1,'kitchen
equipped, all elec-
tric, patio, washer/
dryer hookups,
cathedral ceilings,
trash paid. $599
month. Call today for
$799 rent & deposit
move in special.
712-9968

MILTON /
PACE AREA
Nice, large 2/2. Kit-
ten equipped, all
electric, balcony,
washer/dryer hook-
ups, ceiling fans.
Water & trash. $595
month. Call today for
$799 rent & deposit
move in special.
712-9968

Milton 2 bd/1ba brick
duplex. Stove, fridge,
all ceramic tile flooring.
Laundryroom. Nice
area. Nonsmoking en-
vironment $545mth in-
cludes' water, sewage
and garbage pickup.
626-2928



Milton
2/1 duplex. Close to
MHS & King Middle.
$495 month, $250 dep.
(water & garbage pick
up incl.) 261-2467
Milton
Duplex - $415 month,
$415. sec. dep.
(garbage & water incl.
in rent) 626-8959 or
377-6787
Pace
2/1, 4-plex. All ceramic
tile flooring, cathedral
ceilings, stove, refriger-
ator, DW, CH&A.
Non-smoking environ-
ment. $560 month
(grass cutting and gar-
bage incl.) 626-2928




3 BR/2BA in Milton/
3BR/2BA .in East Milton.
Reasonable. Call
850-593-6015 after 5
p.m.
Avalon Blvd. Area.
Great location, great
neighborhood. 3/2,
laundry room. Brick
home, approx. .1500
sq. ft., 2-car garage,
privacy fence. $845
month, $845 deposit.
983-2118


Coker's Lawn &
Tractor Service

From trimming to tractor work



Clean-ups * Raking

Hauling * Mowing

Reasonable Rates * Free Estimates
(850) 623-0493 Cell: 485-7977
S Licensed & Insured




K & N Lawn Service
-Raking -Mowing

-Edging - Trimming

~Debri Removal
Licensed & Insured


6140
3/1 with den, utility
room and fenced back
yard. HUD accepted.
6452 Gaynell. $650 mo.
$500 dep. 438-1660



E. Milton
MUST SEE! 3/2, 2 car
garage. Living room,
dining room & kitchen
combo. In nice neigh-
borhood, great loca-
tion. One mile from 110,
off Hwy. 90. (850)
305-4818
Milton
Great location. 3/1,
CH&A, Washer/Dryer.
$650 mo. $650 down
(850) 623-8365.
Near Avalon Brick 2
BR/2BA, den, fireplace,
fenced backyard, quiet
neighborhood, near
schools.. $750mth
+dep. 983-6400

Pace
Behind Walmart. 3/2
Great neighborhood.
New paint. $850 mo.,
$500 sec. .dep. + refer-
ences. (850) 217-4529


Milton: Like New 3/2
with garage. $925 mo
+ $800 dep. Pets
considered. Call (850)
501-0273 or 529-7899



Students to elderly.
Lease option to buy.
Newly Remodeled.
Price negotiable.
983-9270



3 br, 2 ba, double wide
(off Avalon Blvd.) W&D
hookup. Water & trash
services. No pets. $500
dep, $750 mo.
981-1865
2/2 with large deck,
front & back. No pets.
$550 month, $300 dep.
623-8565
2/2-Need - help with
cleaning and repairs.
East Gate Mobile
Home Ranch. 626-8973
Clean 3/2 double wide,
Partly furnished. $575.
mo., $300 dep. OR 2/1
$350. mo., $300 dep.
No pets. 675-6614


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Well Drilling

Licene.ei. & InSured
28 years experience
Wells for drinking water,

irrigation, ponds,
and pump repair.


850-776-4271 or 850-377-4818


Jay / Milton / Pace
Rentals 2 & 3 bed-
rooms. $400-$650 per
month. Section 8 / Hud
accepted. 994-5703
Milton
MOBILE HOMES FOR
RENT. Between $300 &
$400 a month.
313-0277, 463-7965
Pace
3/2 double wide.
Fenced-in yard and
shed. 3976 Edgefield
St. $650 month, $600
deposit. 396-5034





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



By Owner: 4/2/2,
2500+sf. $210K. Fire
place, Fenced-in back
yard, Will consider seri-
ous R-t-O option. Sel-
lers are Motivated!
850-826-0832 - 5342


East Milton, 4/3 Home.
2290sf, with additional
1,000sf basement, car-
port, separate metal
garage, barn, on
appox. 4.7 ac $290,000
Call Joe 850-554-3507



Milton: 3/2 2037 SQ Ft
home on 4.45 acres,
20x35 ft garage Black-
water River Estates.
$80,000 Bay Source
Reality 850-936-7720



Five acre improved
parcel in Allentown
near Central. End of
paved dead-end Echo
Lane. Partly fenced,
dry, mowed, trees:
horses OK. $60K.
(850)623-4981
Land Bargain, 21+ Ac
only $89,900 beautifully
wooded acreage close
to FL/GA border. Enjoy
end of road privacy!
Perfect for weekend
getaway/ cabin in
woods/ horse farm.
Possible subdivide. Ex-
cellent financing. Call
owner' now.' (912)674
-0320 www.GAfor-
est.com
Lot In Midway on
Abilene Court. Last one
left in cul-de-sac.
$40,000. 862-5615
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Got Land???
0 down for all land owners.
All credit O.K. All Clayton
Homes of Crestview 850-
682-3344
New Home
For Sale
Financing Available, No
Credit or Bad Credit, No
problem. 10 year $450 per
month. Call Clayton
Homes of Crestview
(850)682 3344
Single Wides
Largest selection in
Florida panhandle. Call
Clayton Homes of
Crestview for pricing
(850)683-0758
Used Home
$15,000. Call Clayton
Homes of Crestview for
details, 850-683-0856







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RECREATIONAL
8100 - Antique & Collectibles
8110 - Cars
8120 - Sports Utility Vehicles
6130- Trucks
8140 - Vans
8150 - Commercial
8160 - Motorcycles
8170 - Auto Parts
& Accessories
8210-Boats
8220 - Personal Watercraft
8230 - Sailboats
8240 - Boat & Marine
Supplies
8245 - Boat Slips & Docks
8310 - Aircraft/Aviation
8320 - ATV/Off Road Vehicles
8330 - Campers & Trailers
8340 - Motorhomes


1999 Honda, Civic
$2001 2001 Nissan
Altima $350! 2003 VW
Jetta $400! POUCE IM-
POUNDS! for listings
call (800)366-9813 ext
9271
2000 Mercury Grand
Marquis LS. 68,000 mi-
les, new tires & brakes.
Very clean, one owner.
$5,800. 623-3082
BIG PLANS Being
Held up ,by the Econ-
omy? Turn Court Set-
tlement, Annuity, or
Lottery Winnings into
the Cash You Need.
Call Chris (816)
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yourcashout.com
Police Impounds!
Honda 1999 Civic
$200! Nissan 2001
Altima $350! Ford 2001
Taurus $700! For list-
ings call (800)366-9813
ext 9275



1998 GMC pickup.
Good engine and new
tires. $1,000. 449-5548



2008 Mercury OUT-
BOARD MOTOR. 15hp
- 4 stroke. Electric start
Used less than 4 hours.
$2,000. 623-5863


S 8340
1997 Dolphin 36 foot
RV. Low mileage. Ex-
cellent condition.
$18,000. 449-5548


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


SAL1 EjSGOODm NO[VEMBER 18, r 2009Iiu 1RiU NOVE[ BER'27, 200


Royal
Whole Smoked
Hams
151b
I lb


Bagged
Fryer Leg
Quarters
490.
10 Ib bag



Mama Rosa
Kid's Pizza

15 oz


Whole
Select Sirloin
Tips
90
Ib


Kinser Pimento,
Chicken or
Tuna Salad

15612 oz


SS Performance
Dog Food

1580 lbbag
*50 OIb bag


Whole
Boneless
Pork Loins
I28
lb


Royal
Smoked
Sausage
99
16 oz'


Green Giant
Large Celery

70 .


Tray Pack
Boneless
Fryer Breast
48,
Ib


Tennessee
Pride Mild
or Hot Roll
Sausage
I88
16 oz


Bryan 1/2
Smoked or
Glazed Spiral
Sliced Ham
56 Ib



Bryan
Cocktail
Smokies
711
S16oZ


Pride of
Illinois Very
Small Peas

76
76 15 oz



Open Kettle
Dumplines
219
16 oz


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Cost includes freight, fee, and any associated expenses.


SALE PRIoceS GOOD THRU NOV 26, 2009

SALE PRICES GOOD THRU NOV 26,2009
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Cook's
Shank Portion
Smoked Hams

85 b


Mississippi
Baking Size
Sweet Potatoes


Green Giant
Peeled Baby
Carrots


Fresh
Green Giant
Broccoli
117

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Shur Fine
Brown &
Serve Rolls


Large Aluminum
Turkey Roaster
Pan

92ea


Shur Fine
Jellied
Cranberry
Sauce

8016 oz


Margaret
Holmes
Seasoned
Greens

6727 oz


Martha White
Flour
168 5lb


Shur Fine
Chicken
Broth

14.5 oz


Jiffy Corn
Muffin Mix


Wickles
Pickles

20816 oz


Shur Fine
Heavy Duty
Aluminum Foil
4237.5ft


Deer Corn
Apple Flavor
597
40 lb bag


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