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Milton man dies in crash


By MATHEW PELLEGRINO
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A 21-year-old Milton man
died early Friday morning
when he lost control of his ve-
hicle and crashed into the side of
Cook's Paint and Body in Pace on


Floridatown Rd.
According to the report, the
1994 Chevrolet Camaro driven
by Enrique Lopez Jr. was travel-
ing southbound on Chumuckla
Highway at a high rate of speed
at around 3:40 a.m. Friday when
it hit the intersection of Highway


90 and went airborne.
The vehicle stayed south-
bound on Chumuckla Highway,
which becomes Floridatown Rd
on the opposite side of Highway
90.
The report stated the driver
failed to maintain control of the


vehicle once it went airborne
and rotated counterclockwise
and traveled south into the side
of Cook's Paint and Body.
The driver was pronounced
deceased at the scene when a
Lifeguard Ambulance arrived.
The body shop owner David


Cook was in bed when he re-
ceived a call from the body shop's
alarm company at 3:42 a.m.
Cook later arrived at the
scene to help pull the vehicle out
of the wall.
See CRASH A7


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City Council Ward 3
There is just one race this August in Milton
and it involves the Ward 3 seat occupied by in-
cumbent Grady Hester.
Hester, a 16-year veteran of the council, is be-
ing challenged by Alan Lowery, a 30-year veteran
of the Milton Fire Department who retired in 2009
and at one time served as the acting fire chief.
Lowery and Hester both have served on city
committees under the direction of the city of Mil-
ton.
Both candidates answered questions provid-
ed to them by the Santa Rosa Press Gazette:

What do you see as the key issues?
Hester: To continue the process the City
of Milton has begun to make the city a better
See WARD 3 A7

District 2 Senate
The race for the District 2 Senate seat in Tal-
lahassee has a tale of two candidates.
One candidate is the current outgoing Repre-
sentative for District 1, Greg Evers. His opponent,
Mike Hill, is a businessman who touts his time at
the U.S. Air Force Academy.
This is Hill's first foray into seeking public of-
fice, while Evers has served two terms Repre-
senting District 1 in the Florida House of Repre-
sentatives and served on the Yellow River Soil and
Water Conservation District from 1996 to 2001.
Dr. Durell Peaden did not seek re-election due
to the term limits set forth by the state constitu-
tion.
Both candidates answered questions
provided to them by the Santa Rosa Press
Gazette:
See SENATE A7


State Representative
Greg Evers has served his limit in Talla-
hassee as the Representative from the First
District, but in 2011 a resident of Santa Rosa
County will fill the seat.
Currently there are six people looking to fill
the seat being vacated by Evers due to the term
limit Greg Brown, Doug Broxson, Ricky Per-
ritt, Ferd Solomon, and Mathias Venditto.
Venditto is running as an independent thus
creating a Republican only primary to decide
his opponent from the field of Brown, Broxson,
Perritt, and Solomon.
All of these candidates are relative newcom-
ers to the political arena as they contend for
the seat currently held by Evers, a Republican
from Baker.
See REPRESENTATIVE A7


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Baptist Hospital hosts pre-pregnancy health seminar


Special to the Press Gazette

Good health before pregnancy
helps prepare the body for the
physical demands of having a
baby. The Baptist Hospital Moth-
er Baby Care Center is hosting


a free preconception seminar
Thursday, August 19, from 5:30 to
7 p.m. Lisa Tucker, M.D. OB/GYN,
will share information on a wide
variety of preconception topics
related to lifestyle, overall health
and nutrition, emotional health,


physical changes during preg-
nancy, optimal times for concep-
tion, pregnancy for women over
age 35, and infertility options.
Planning before pregnancy
can guide good choices that ben-
efit both mom and baby. Health


information will be available at
booths hosted by Baptist Mother
Baby Care Center, Escambia
County Healthy Start and the
March of Dimes. Refreshments
and door prizes will be provided.
The event will be held in the Bap-


tist Hospital medical meeting
rooms that can be accessed at
the Avery Street entrance. The
program is free, but reservations
are needed. Individuals and cou-
ples can register by calling 850-
469-7897.


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Sunday, 11:07 p.m.
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kidding me.

Sunday, 4:02 p.m.
Yes, what a beautiful
wedding for Chelsea Clin-
ton. I am so happy to hear
she finally got married.
She was a good example
and good role model for
America and America's
girls. I hope you have a
beautiful life.

Sunday, 1:38 p.m.
I enjoy reading the
viewpoints and especially
enjoyed Raymond Johns'
letter on greed and deceit,
he put a great deal of
thought into it. I also like
reading the letters of Mr.
Jones, Mr. McKeithen,
and the last letter from
Marion Royals also made
me think quite a bit. I do
miss the editorials your
paper use to write, bye.

Sunday, 12:21 p.m.
This is Sandy. I would
like to know with the elec-
tion coming up the salaries
of the city council, mayor,
and other elected officials. I
hope the Press Gazette will
publish them in an upcom-
ing edition of the paper.

Saturday, 7:26 p.m.
Yes this is George. I
see Raymond Johns pop-
ping up again. I wish the
Press Gazette would quit
printing Speak Out if it
will stop him. He is trying


to press upon us things
he has no idea of what
he is talking about. I feel
the people in Santa Rosa
County are just sick and
tired of him. I hear more
comments about this one
man and how he keeps
trying to stir stuff up.

Saturday, 2:16 p.m.
This is Barbara, in
response to the beach
thing. I still have not found
out what caused the oil
and hurricanes before the
beach meetings. As for
Carl Gallups, I don't know
what he wrote so I won't
comment. I would like to
say to Ron that I guess
you don't ever go over the
speed limit; you never
look at a woman and think
hum, which is lust; and
I guess you never have
fudged on your income
taxes which is lying and
cheating. I guess you do
this because you think you
do no wrong and that you
are a goody goody.

Saturday, 8:17 a.m.
Good morning this is
Kim. I want to thank code
enforcement for remov-
ing the political signs that
were placed illegally in the
right of way in the city of
Milton the last two weeks.
Also I want you to think
about who you should vote
for. Since they placed the
signs illegally that means
to me they don't follow the
rules. Thank you.


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Friday, 10:55 a.m.
Hi this is Carol. At-
tention residents of East
Milton the Grocery Store
in East Milton on Highway
87 is now a cost plus 10
percent. We have to sup-
port our stores if we want
to keep them. Greg Evers
has said he would do his
best to get a turnaround
placed there to make it
easier to get to the store.

Friday, 9:17 a.m.
Yes my name is Kim.
Have we become so
desensitized to crime that
even our elected officials
from the President to the
county commission feel it
is okay to lie, cheat, and
steal. Everyday you see
charges of income tax
evasion, drug use, fraud,
and theft, but we seem
to keep electing these
people. If this country
does not wake up and look
for sound and honest indi-
viduals we deserve what
we have been getting.
I hope we all try to find
someone who is honest
and truthful, which is hard
to do today.

Thursday, 1:30 p.m.
This is Margaret. I am
disappointed in a candi-
date who removes/steals
another candidate's signs.
Any way you look at it,
it is stealing. He knew it
was not his sign and it
was wrong or he would


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not have sneaked around
at night. He lost my vote.
He is too sneaky and im-
mature. If the landowner
wanted the signs removed
he should have taken care
of them himself and not
the candidate. He should
never touch another can-
didate's signs. He should
be in jail for stealing.

Thursday, 11:57 a.m.
Hi this is Dale. This is
in response to the letter
about Obama's birthplace.
I would like to point out
that John McCain was
born in Panama, but no
one cares about that.
Hum, lets go figure. Get
your right wing values
off of what needs to be
done. Lets try to fix what
is wrong instead of what
is wrong with each other.
Thank you and have a
good day.

Thursday, 9:47 a.m.
This is Bill. I see all
politicians talk about
signs and what they want
to do for the state and
the people of Santa Rosa
County. None of them
want to talk about term
limits. I say vote every-
body out and then we
won't have to worry about
term limits. Thank you
Santa Rosa County.

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@santarosa.fl.gov.
District 4: Gordon Goodin; 6467 Avenida 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@santarosa.fl.gov.
The Santa Rosa County Commission meets at 9 a.m.
on second and fourth Thursdays. The leaders meet in
committee at 9 a.m. Monday preceding the Thursday
meetings. Meetings are held in commission chambers
of the Administrative Complex on U.S. 90. Phone 983-
1877 for information or to reach their offices.

STATE 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: PL05 The Capitol, 400 S.



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HOUSE OF
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Rep. Jeff Miller: 1535 Longworth House Office
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5274, fax 202-224-8022.
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Vice President Joe Biden: Office of the Vice
President, White House, 1600 Pennsylvania Ave.,
Washington, D.C. 20500; phone 202-456-1414.

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


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

CITY GOVERNMENT
Milton City Hall, Mayor Guy Thompson, 6738
Dixon St., Milton, FL 32570, 983-5400. City Manager,
Brian Watkins.
Gulf Breeze City Hall, Mayor Lane Gilchrist, 1070
Shoreline Drive, Gulf Breeze, FL 32561, 934-5100. City
Manager, "Buzz" Eddy.
Town of Jay, Mayor Kurvin Quails, 3822 Highway
4, Jay, FL 32565, 675-2719.
Contact information for your elected officials
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_ Topic: Why should you vote?


Pro: Voting gives you the right to complain


Mat, Mat, Mat, where
did you get your diploma?
I am assuming it was
out of a box of Frosted
Flakes as you feel people
should not vote.
You are a prime exam-
ple of what is wrong with
America today. You want to
cry, whine, and complain,
yet not participate in the
process.
I am proud to vote
because, since it does not
matter if my supported
candidates wins or loses, I
have renewed my "Gripe
License" until the next
election.
But what is more
important than renewing
my license and right to
complain is the fact I don't
want my forefathers and
family members to have
died in vain.
Those who wanted to
leave the crown back in
1776 did so because of
taxation without represen-
tation.
You should have
learned that by watching
School House Rock on


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BILL: PRO


Saturday mornings.
Ironically, we have rep-
resentation, but because of
your lackadaisical peace,
love and chicken grease
attitude, no one is held ac-
countable.
Instead of being elected
by the majority of the
people, a few in the minor-
ity have a great voice and
power as they go and vote.
The things you com-
plain and cry about were
created because you were
too lazy to go vote. Go call


1-800-CRY-BABY
You, me, and the rest of
America are losing rights
everyday, but it is people
like you who allow this to
happen.
I hear you cry for hon-
esty and integrity, but you
do not have the integrity
to vote.
You leave it up to com-
plete strangers to decide
how you want government
run.
It is people like you Mat
who make me really ques-
tion why our nation fits the
chorus of a Merle Haggard
tune "Are we rolling
down hill like a snowball
headed for hell?"
With you and your
fellow college graduates'
attitudes, I am reaching
my boiling point.
There is no way you can
be excused for taking our
federal money for loans,
grants, and other matters;
yet not fully participate in
the entire process.
I would like to meet
your college professors
and see what they have


been smoking with the
education dollars you
spent.
There is no excuse for
not voting!
You can vote early here
in Florida. You can vote
on Election Day. Heck, it
seemed like in one presi-
dential election you could
vote early ... and often.
I have yet to figure out
how many times Chad
and his relatives actually
did vote in the Bush-Gore
election.
I will tell you if you do
not vote or participate in
the election process then
you need to keep your
mouth shut when your
taxes are raised or they
create a new tax under the
guise of a fee.
When you actually be-
come a man and stand up
for yourself by voting, let
me know and I will see if
we can get a commemora-
tive coin or stamp issued.
Until then, I present
you and your friends a
Bozo button for being the
clowns you are.


Con: The "right" to vote is not always the right thing to do


Actually Bill, my di-
ploma came from a box
of Lucky Charms, and so


far, it has done wonders
for my career.
While many have the
right to vote, it never
~ ^ ceases to amaze me how
O people who don't vote
*E get slandered because of
O their choices.
While we all have the
right to vote, we also
M have the right to bear
S" arms and print what you
call an editorial in this
newspaper.
Sf Guess what? The
.. "right to bear arms" does
S NOT mean every citizen
S"---- MUST carry a gun, just
.. that they have a right to if
.. .. C they so choose. The right
to a free press does not
- mean every citizen must
publish a newspaper ...
S* only that they have the
-- C right if they so choose. So
.- it is with the right to vote
S- ... we also have the right
to NOT vote, if that is how
someone feels.
S ^ Even the people vote
S- in every election (even
S- -- water boards) use the 1-
800-CRY-BABY help line
-- if they don't see the per-
. son they voted for sitting
in the seat they feel they
S were entitled to.
I don't vote simply be-


cause I feel don't need to.
Bill, when was the last
time you saw "change"
come out of Obama's po-
litical plans?


MAT: CON


Better yet, when was
the last time you had
change to buy a soda?
And furthermore, when
are you going to change
that shirt you've been
wearing for a week now?
I did not vote for our
President nor did I take
anyone's side during the
Presidential Election be-
cause I figured whoever
took the glory would have
every right to sit in the
President's chair.
Either way you see
it, there are people who
were pro-Obama when
he was voted in office,
and are now bashing him
because he's not keeping
up with his promises.
I feel voters whine just
as much as non-voters.
Heck, it's a virtual Ameri-
can Tradition.
And even when I don't
vote, I'm still a flag-wav-


ing American. We, as
Americans, have the
right to vote, but are not
required to do so.
Since you sang along
to School House Rock,
you should know every-
one has rights here in
America.
Yes, I will agree with
you that there are some
races, such as county
commission, which are
of vital importance to the
area, but I know some
people who just vote for
someone because they
look good, smell good and
talk cheap. Better yet,
I know every individual
that personally knows
a politician will vote for
that politician just be-
cause they know him or
her-not because they
believe in what they es-
pouse.
So, should we exempt
those people from voting
since they don't have a
strong political stance?
Bill, you attempted to
become a county com-
missioner in your home
state of Kentucky. Did
you go around telling
folks they had to vote for
you? No, you gave them
your stance and what you
had planned as a com-
missioner, and they had a
"right" to vote for you or
another candidate. Since
you are here, I guess we
know how THAT vote
turned out.


I assume you want me
to pick up a Burger King
hat for you to wear since
you feel every one in this
county should vote-no
matter what.
Never have I seen a
non-voter posting com-
ments on our website
such as "he has it coming
in August" or "we'll see if
he gets voted into office
next term". Such vitriolic
diatribe always comes
from the mouths of vot-
ers: voters who chose
an opposing candidate
and lost what they aimed
for, and are now griping
about their loss.
The non-voters choose
not to vote because they
either feel both candi-
dates are about as use-
less as your unreliable
car, or they feel they don't
need to vote because the
majority has been voting
as they would.
I may not always have
an opinion, but you need
to get yours straight.
Some may whine, but the
voters do it just as much,
if not more, than non-vot-
ers.
Let's have all election
ballots include a check-
box that says "none of the
above" and require a new
race with two new candi-
dates anytime "none of
the above" wins.
Then we'll see how
many non-voters show
up.


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The Blame Game
Barack Obama is on
pace for setting a record
number of records during
his first 18 months in office.
Most self-serving speech-
es. Largest budget ever.
Largest number of broken
promises. Largest agenda-
setting failures. Largest
deficit ever. Fastest drop in
popularity ever. Talk about
change!
A year and a half ago,
Obama was rising high as
one of the nations most
inspiring speakers. Today,
to his devout followers, it
is unbelievable that his ad-
ministration is drowning in
the muck and mire of self-
inflicted crisis. Of course,


Obama and his ilk see this
as all George Bush's fault
George Bush no longer
resides in the White House
and no longer has a vote in
Congress, but is to blame
for it all.
He broke Obama's
promise to end earmarks.
He broke Obama's
promise to close Guanta-
namo.
He broke Obama's
promise to keep unemploy-
ment under 8 percent.
He broke Obama's
promise for a new era of
global cooperation.
He broke Obama's
promise to put all bills on
the White House web site
before signing them.
He broke Obama's


promise to have all health
care negotiations broad-
cast live on C-SPAN.
He broke Obama's prom-
ise to end hiring lobbyists
into White House jobs.
He broke Obama's prom-
ise to find a church home
by Easter of last year.
Obama comes across
as a victim of the never-
ending failed Bush admin-
istration. If George Bush
wasn't still in charge, all of
Obama's problems would
be solved. Promises like
closing the border between
the United States and
Mexico. Instead, Obama's
actions toward Arizona tell
us it's against the law to
make a law enforcing the
law. It's illegal to make il-


legals illegal. What Obama
is telling us is, "Don't be
messin' with my 2012 voter
base." They will now be
known as undocumented
Democrats.
Yes, if only George Bush
wasn't in charge, we'd have
real change by now. All the
broken promises, all the
failed legislation were cer-
tainly bad judgments based
on the poor advice from
George Bush.
Will Obama ever accept
responsibility for some-
thing-anything?
If you aren't angry by
now, you just aren't paying
attention.

Marian Royals
Milton, Fla.


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SUBMITTED PHOTO
From left, Paul Young, Executive Director of the
Greater Escambia Community Foundation; Larisa
Perry, Wachovia Wells Fargo; Mike Wiggins,
Mayor of Pensacola; Martin Small, Wachovia Wells
Fargo; Lisa Hamilton, Wachovia Wells Fargo; Eric
Nickelsen, Board Chairman for Greater Escambia
Community Foundation; and Brenda Camper,
past Executive Director of the Greater Escambia
Community Foundation.


Environmental Relief


Fund activated


Special to the Press Gazette

In response to the oil
spill disaster in the Gulf
of Mexico, the Greater Es-
cambia Community Foun-
dation opened the Envi-
ronmental Relief Rind
with a major contribution
of $25,000 from the Wacho-
via Wells Fargo Founda-
tion. Donations received
into this fund will provide
grants to nonprofit agen-
cies in Escambia and San-
ta Rosa Counties that are
working to help families af-
fected by this disaster. The
Environmental Relief Fund
will be administered by the
Board of Directors of the
Community Foundation.
"Our hearts go out to all
our neighbors and custom-
ers who are facing setbacks
due to the oil spill," said
Larisa Perry, community
bank president for Wacho-
via, A Wells Fargo Compa-
ny. We know that those in
need will receive excellent
assistance from the Com-
munity Foundation and we
truly appreciate their ef-
forts." The Wachovia Wells
Fargo Foundation made
grants totaling $75,000 to
nonprofit groups along the
Gulf Coast.
"We are very grate-
ful to Wachovia Wells


Fargo Foundation for this
generous gift that will aid
in the community's efforts
to deal with this disaster,"
said Eric Nickelsen, Board
Chairman for the Com-
munity Foundation. Lisa
Hamilton, District Man-
ager for Wachovia's West
Panhandle market, will
serve on the committee to
help decide the distribution
of the funds to impacted in-
dividuals and families.
Mayor Mike Wiggins
said, "This is a great ex-
ample of a local business
that is making a positive
difference for our commu-
nity, and I hope others will
follow Wachovia's lead."
Established in 1995, the
Greater Escambia Com-
munity Foundation is a
nonprofit community or-
ganization created by and
for the people of Escambia
County and surrounding
areas. The Community
Foundation helps donors
establish giving funds that
reflect their philanthropic
interests while making
a positive impact on the
community.
Donations to the Envi-
ronmental Relief Rind may
be made to the Greater Es-
cambia Community Foun-
dation, Inc., 17 West Cedar
St., Pensacola, FL 32502.


Blown tire causes I-10 mishap


By BILL GAMBLING
news@srpressgazette.com

Charges are pending
following a single vehicle
accident on 1-10 Thursday
between the Avalon and
Milton/Bagdad exits.
According to the Flori-
da Highway Patrol, Misty
Rose Cloud, 22, of Moult-
rie, Ga., was traveling east
on I-10 when her right rear
tire failed and she lost con-
trol of her 1992 Pontiac.
According to the press
release the car rolled
twice before coming to
a final rest in an upright


position in the median.
Cloud, along with Su-
san McCoy, 44, and Chris-
topher Johns, 2, were all
transported to Sacred
Heart Hospital by ambu-
lance.
Cloud and McCoy were
transported in critical
condition.
Johns suffered minor
injuries according to the
report.
Seatbelts were in
use when the accident
occurred.
Sacred Heart Hospital
did not have a listing for
the patients as of Monday
prior to press time.


BILL GAMBLING I Press Gazette
Rescue crews remove the roof to the 1991 Pontiac
driven by Misty Cloud Thursday afternoon as they
had to extricate Cloud before transporting her to
Sacred Heart Hospital in Pensacola.


NAS Whiting Field prepares for August job fair


Special to the Press Gazette

In need of a career
change?
Looking for a new or
better job?
Separating from the
service anytime soon?
The NAS Whiting Field
Job Fair provides a broad
range of career opportuni-
ties for military members
transitioning to civilian life,
military family members
and the general public.
For 21 years it has at-
tracted both local and
national employers seek-
ing well-qualified, edu-
cated, experienced and
entry-level individuals for


employment opportuni-
ties in the commuting area
and around the world.
A few of the employ-
ers are: Gulf Power,
Landrum Staffing, Cox
Communications, Florida
Troops to Teachers, West
Corporation, Pinnacle
Airlines, U.S. Border Pa-
trol, The Boeing Com-
pany, Express Person-
nel, Tallahassee Police
Department, West Florida
Healthcare, Mary Kay,
Networks of Florida, Navy
Federal, Lowe's, Raythe-
on Technical Services, Ad-
vance Auto Parts, AGLA,
Coldwell Banker United,
Aquasis Services Inc.,


Florida Fish and Wildlife,
Mobile Aerospace, ST.
Aerospace Mobile, Inc.,
Granny Nannies, Locklin
Technical Center, Express
Employment Profession-
als, Keegan Staffing and
more. The number of em-
ployers is increasing daily
and currently lists more
than 60 companies.
The continued suc-
cess and growth of the
NAS Whiting Field Job
Fair has been the result
of consistent participation
by high-quality employ-
ers and well-qualified job
seekers, while keeping
costs at a minimum.
In fact, it is free to both


job-seekers and employ-
ers. Almost 1,200 people
attended the 2009 job fair.
The Job Fair will be
held in Sikes Hall aboard
NAS Whiting Field on
Aug. 19. Doors open to the
public at 9 a.m. and close
at 3 p.m.
Job seekers are ad-
vised to dress for success,
bring several copies of
their resume and be well
prepared for on-the-spot
interviews.
Employers may call
NAS Whiting Field's Fleet
& Family Support Cen-
ter at 850-623-7177, or fax
850-623-7246 to request a
booth.


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SAsk the Preacher

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

Dear Pastor Gallups "I just read the other day that scientists
have now "created life"from scratch. What do you make of
this?" S.U. -Pace

Dear S.U.
The news is filled with dramatic announcements that the
Venter lab has created an organism with the first mi: i.<
genome."
Live Science headlined the story, "First Live Organism with
Synthetic Genome Created."
The word "created" was emphatic in the article; "the J. Craig
Venter Institute says they have succeeded in "CREATING" the
first living organism with a completely synthetic genome."
It almost sounds like the lab created something entirely new
from scratch "artificial life." New Scientist even used religious
overtones, calling it an "Immaculate Creation."
A closer look, though, shows that the ,i, li i. genome" still
used the 4-letter code of a LIVING bacterium, and used its own
transcription and translation machinery.
It would be a little like a programmer inserting a USB drive
with a program on it into an existing computer; the computer
has to have the operating system and software to recognize the
code.
And Of all things the Venter Institute proudly planted
watermarks in their genome. "The researchers deliberately
inserted four sequences of DNA that serve as watermarks so they
could distinguish between the naturally occurring and synthetic
bacteria," Live Science reported. "The watermarks contain a
code that translates DNA into English letters with punctuation,
allowing the scientists to literally write messages with the genes."
It seems that evolution minded Geneticists keep walking right
into the gaping trap of Intelligent Design.

If an alien civilization discovered The Venter Group's genome,
and read the watermark, would they be justified in assuming a
design and a designer? What if they inferred that this genome
was simply the result of random chance? Wouldn't they be
wrong?
This accomplishment by the Venter Group is an incremental
step in genetics...to be sure...but it is NOT a breakthrough.
Geneticists have been doing genetic engineering for years,
including genetic watermarking.
Craig Venter's lab has simply taken existing genes from bacte-
ria and performed some reverse engineering on it, then inserted it
back into the hardware of a living cell. Any way you look at it,
it's further PROOF of the necessity of intervention by a designer, y
thus pointing to an intelligent design!

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
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Sheriff's Renort


Wednesday, August 4, 2010


KEY
MVOP misdemeanor violation
of probation
FVOP felony violation of
probation
Agg aggravated
Poss possession
Meth methamphetamine
DUI driving under the
influence
DWLSR driving while license
suspended or revoked
FTA failure to appear
FTR failure to register
SF sentenced felony
SM -sentenced misdemeanor
LEO law enforcement officer
DV Domestic Violence


The following arrests
were made beginning
July 3 through July 8, 2010.

July 3
Godeaux, Chad Michael;
Male; 30; 601 N. 11th St.,
Oakdale, La.; Assault on
Officer Firefighter EMT
Etc., Disorderly Intox-
Disorder Intox Public
Place Cause Disturbance,
Resist Officer-Obstruct W/O
Violence.
Mathis, Christopher
Glynn; Male; 36; 4480 Angie
Lane, Pace; Larc-Grand
Theft $300 Less Than $5,000.


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Reese, Dwight Patrick;
Male; 42; 1653 Fairchild St.,
Pensacola; Larc-Grand Theft
$300 Less Than $5,000, Larc-
Petit Theft 2nd Degree 1st
Offense, Fraud-Imperson
Obtain Property By.
Kuikka, Todd Mark;
Male; 35; 21 Holly Road,
Crestview, DUI, Refuse to
Submit DUI Test After Lic
Susp.
Wyers, Laura Elizabeth;
Female; 46; 4228 Magnolia
Oaks St., Pace; DUI.
July 4
Evans, Corey Adam;
Male; 22; 4470 Marlane


Lane, Pensacola; Battery-
Commit Domestic Battery
By Strangulation (DV).
Heck, Shawntel Nicole;
Female; 27; 6472 Waylon
Drive, Milton; Drugs-
Possess Cntrl Sub W/O
Prescription (2 cts.), Drugs-
Traffic 4 Grams Less 30KG
Other Cntrl Subst.
Johnson, II, James
Morgan; Male; 24; 8537
Stanley Circle, Milton;
FVOP
Rogers, Misty Delania;
Female; 32; 5524 Cox Road,
Milton; FVOP
Brazwell, Dreama
Renee; Female; 44; 4321


Wycliff, Pensacola; DUI.
Getchel, Phillip Joseph;
Male; 26; 114 Knollwood Way,
Fort Walton Beach; DUI.
Sargent, Aaron Michael;
Male; 21; 6504 Calle De
Lago, Navarre; DUI.
Scolari, Dustin Mitchell;
Male; 27; 8211 Riverside
Landing Lane, Navarre;
DUI and Damage Property
July 5
Cooley, Donald Earl;
Male; 46; 5978 Quintette
Road, Pace; FVOP
Robas, Rufina
Dayandante; Male; 42; 7090
Calle Hernando Desoto,


here.


Lane, Navarre; Larceny,
Forgery, Fraud.
Godcharles, Rhonda
Lousie; Female; 45; 2275
Scenic Hwy, Pensacola; DUI.
Norton, Yong Dok;
Female; 47; 9544 Brentwood
Blvd, Navarre; DUI.


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Navarre; FVOP
Watson, Steven
Matthew, Male; 41; 12524
White Osprey Drive
South, Lillian, Ala.; Fraud-
Imperson Display Possess
Fictitious Identification
Card, Fraud-Poss Display
Blank Forged Stolen Dr
Lic or ID (3 cts.), Forgery
of Poss Driver Lic/ID Card
W/Altered DOB, Dealing in
Stolen Property.
Mayo, Benny Earl; Male;
56; Address Unknown; FTA.
Ryan, Virginia
Ann; Female; 43; 1852
Collinsworth Road, Milton;
FVOP
Sanchez-Hernando,
Anselmo; Male; 30; 4219
Andora, Pace; DUI and
Damage Property
July 6
Courson, April Dawn;
Female; 30; 17 Apple Drive,
Lakeland, Ga.; Larc-Grand
Theft $300 Less Than $5,000
(3 cts.), Fraud-Utter False
Instrument (4 cts.).
McKuhen, Robert Alan;
Male; 20; No Address Given;
FVOP
Posey, Christopher Earl;
Male; 29; 1422 Boarder St.,
Pensacola; FVOP
Salter, Joshua Dewitt;
Male; 24; 8632 Bluff
Creek Drive, Quinton,
Ala.; Carrying Concealed
Weapon-Firearm, Resist
Officer-Obstruct W/O
Violence.
Morrison, Clayton
Wesley; Male; 28; 4220
Regency Drive, Pace;
Possess Cocaine, Drug
Equip Possess And Or Use.
Ramsaur, Donna Faye;
Female; 47; 1331 Sterling
Point Drive, Gulf Breeze;
Larc-Grand Theft $300 Less
Than $5,000.
Rogers, Cordarryl
Lavar, Male; 18; 2615 W llth
St., Panama City; Marijuana
Possess With Intent to Sell
Mfg or Deliver Schedule I.
July 7
Causey, Authar Lee; Male;
47; Apt. C 6 Williamson St.,
Brewton, Ala.; FTA.
McLean, Daniel Lee;
Male; 57; 6684 Coldwater
Church Road, Milton; Drive
W/Expired Lic for More
Than 4 Mos, Drive While
Lic Susp 3rd or Subseq Off.
Parr, Robert Allen;
Male; 42; 6395 Metz Road,
Milton; Damage Prop-Crim
Misch $200 and Under,
Burgl Unoccupied Dwelling
Unarmed (2 cts.), Larc-Petit
Theft 2nd Degree 1st Off (2
cts.).
Harrigan, Brandy Ann;
Female; 23; 42 Buchanan
Court, Fort Walton Bch; DUI.
D'Angelo, Frank Emanuli;
Male; 43; 2880 Gulf Breeze
Parkway, Gulf Breeze; DUI.
Williams, Sydney
Dewayne; Male; 17; 5212
Yancy Drive, Pace; Larc-
Grand Theft of Firearm.
Crawley, Rachel Jenise;
Female; 28; 3280 Western
Lane, Milton; FTA.
July 8
Eldridge, Jessica Lynne;
Female; 30; 5627 Westwood
Drive, Milton; FVOP
Faxon, Garrett Austin;
Male; 18; 9100 Bowman
Ave., Pensacola; FVOP
Madden, Ryan Stuart;
Male; 28; 5887 San Martino
St., Milton; Drugs-Possess
Cntrl Sub W/O Prescription.
Perkins, Demarquis
Martez; Male; 26; 6018
Queen St., Milton; FVOP
Phouthavong, Thomas
Ray; Male; 20; 2655 Oxmore
Drive, Navarre; FTA (2 cts.).
Bann, Phillip Langston;
Male; 19; 4850 Williams
Road, Pace; DUI, DUI and
Damage Property
Williams, Sr., Robert
Stephen; Male; 53; 2200 B
Constitution, Navarre; Sex
Asslt By 18 YOA Older Sex
Battery Vict Under 12 YOA.
Barnes, Dewayne
NMN; Male; 26; 9 Bisma,
Pensacola; Possess
Cocaine, Marijuana Possess
Not More Than 20 Grams,
Drug Equip-Possess And
Or Use.
McKinnie, Quavereick
Kevon; Male; 19; 8457 Ft.
Caroline Road, Jacksonville,
Fla.; FVOP
Rogers, Daniel Dacoda;
Male; 19; 2355 Forsyth St,,
Pensacola; FVOP
Beale-Cross, Sally Ann;
Female; 47; 9416 Victoria


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place to live. To improve
infrastructure and bet-
ter streets. Build a sewer
treatment plant in East
Milton, to expand the in-
dustrial park, and grow
jobs. Encoruaging more
business and to be a busi-
ness friendly city.
Lowery: New vision and
direction for the Milton City
Council. Fairness in city
government for all citizens.
Better financial manage-
ment and accountability.

Why are you
the best candidate?
Hester: Sixteen years in
office and my ability to do
my research prior to mak-
ing a decision and under-
stand the issues involved.
To continue serving the
people of Milton. During
my tenure with the coop-
eration of my fellow coun-
cil members we have built


a new garage and ware-
house, new city hall, police
department and fire de-
partment while seeing only
a slight increase in taxes
due to the tax cuts created
by the Florida Legislature.
We have not had to termi-
nate any employees due to
the tax reduction.
Lowery: I am prepared
to bring new and fresh
ideas to the council. With
my 30 years as a career fire
fighter in the Milton Fire
Department and 28 years
as a city resident, I offer a
unique perspective of what
our citizens and employees
want and need.

Issues the council
needs to focus on?
Hester: Street improve-
ments, more businesses,
and a cleaner city busi-
ness and residential. The
city is presently working on


these issues.
Lowery: Keeping the
courthouse in Milton. Work-
ing toward a resolution for
the Highway 90 traffic flow
issues. Developing finan-
cial transparency and ac-
countability in departmen-
tal spending.

How do you propose
to grow the city in
this economic climate?
Hester: The city is plac-
ing a referendum on the
November ballot for the cit-
izens to vote that hopefully
is passed and will be an in-
centive for us to encourage
businesses into the city.
Lowery: Focus on devel-
opment of the city's natural
assets such as the Blackwa-
ter River and the historical
district. Create a task force
to investigate strategies to
attract new businesses. Es-


tablish citizen initiatives to
spark pride in city beautifi-
cation.

What is needing
Milton's attention
today and how do
you propose to fix it?
Hester: Streets and
business: Council has di-
rected staff to prepare a
plan that addresses both
issues and to bring back
options for the council's
consideration.
Lowery: Location of the
courthouse, Highway 90
traffic flow, and financial
transparency and account-
ability. We should build
phase one behind the cur-
rent building with covered
parking on the ground floor
and office on the floors
above then seek guidance
from engineers to whether
to renovate the structure


or demolish and rebuild.
Look at using the South
Option to divert eastbound
traffic around Milton. We
also need to devise a pur-
chasing reconciliation pro-
cess that must be used by
all departments.

Can Milton be more
fiscally responsible
with taxpayer dollars?
Hester: At the last coun-
cil meeting the council vot-
ed to keep property taxes at
the same rate as last year.
The City Manager and staff
are currently doing a re-
markable job in being more
fiscally responsible with
the taxpayer's dollars.
Lowery: Yes, by incor-
porating a reconciliation
process mentioned above.
Also, it would be beneficial
to provide an education
process to make citizens


Meet the

candidates
GRADY HESTER
Age: 72
Resident of Milton for 35
years
Married with three
children.
Graduate of Bladenboro
(N.C.) High and served 22
years in U.S. Navy.

ALAN LOWERY
Age: 52
Resident of Milton for 28
years
Married with two children.
Graduate of Pensacola
Junior College, A.S. in Fire
Science.

aware of the sources and
amounts of city revenues
and the mandatory expen-
ditures.


SENATE from page Al


What do you see as
the key issues?
Evers: I believe that
key issues in the Senate
District 2 Race are how to
curtail out of control gov-
ernment by achieving il-
legal immigration reform
and protecting Floridians
health care rights from na-
tionalized medicine. I also
believe economic recovery
in the wake of the Deep-
water Horizon tragedy and
the failed stimulus policies
of Washington is critical.
If elected, I will work
to curtail and reverse the
trend of out of control gov-
ernment and will work to
make sure that Florida is
protected from Washing-
ton intrusion. Specifically,
we need to get control of
illegal immigration. I have
already filed legislation
identical to the Arizona
immigration law during
the special session, and if
elected, I will file this again
in the 2011 session. I also
co-sponsored the Florida
Healthcare Freedom Act


and am committed to help-
ing Floridians not fall vic-
tim to socialized medicine
based out of Washington.
Additionally, I would also
like to champion economic
recovery legislation that
will help our region recover
and decontaminate after
the Deepwater Horizon
tragedy, stimulate growth
of jobs and continue to pro-
tect our 2nd Amendment
rights.
Hill: The key issues are
economic growth/job cre-
ation, limit size and growth
of government, lower taxes
on individuals and busi-
nesses, and improve edu-
cation.

Why are you
the best candidate?
Evers: I'm a 5th genera-
tion Northwest Floridian,
life-long resident of District
2, and local farmer and
small businessman, and if
elected, I will work to lower
your taxes, build a strong
economy, protect your 2nd
amendment rights and


continue to vote for respon-
sible spending and against
government waste.
Hill: I am a military vet-
eran and a U.S. Air Force
grad with 20 years of expe-
rience as a small business-
man. I am a true conserva-
tive and not an incumbent.

What do we need to
do to stop unfunded
mandates?
Evers: We need to start
at the national level. The
Obamacare health pack-
age is the largest unfunded
mandate in the history of
Washington economics. As
far as localized unfunded
mandates, I am committed
to fighting any Tallahassee
mandates on local govern-
ments.
Hill: Simple, have the
courage to stop them. My
opponent does not.

How can we get
a balanced budget
without all the cuts


as in recently passed
budgets?
Evers: I believe the first
step is to take meaning-
ful steps to address the
Medicaid fraud crisis and
continue to look for ways
to reduce waste in govern-
ment. I would start with
repealing the $1.2 billion
high speed rail and com-
muter rail boondoggle sent
to Central Florida.
We need to take a seri-
ous look at Medicaid reform
in order to solve the state's
budget issues. Currently
Medicaid costs taxpayers
$18 billion annually, 26 per-
cent of the state's budget,
and Obamacare is going to
add an additional 1.4 mil-
lion people to this already
overburdened system. We
cannot allow the health of
Floridians and the financial
health of Florida to be sac-
rificed for bigger govern-
ment or nationalized health
care.
Hill: Cut non-essentials.
Do not cut for the truly
needy. We shouldn't cut


items from those who are
not able to care for them-
selves.

Are you willing to
say no to South
Florida or go along
with their proposals
which benefit them
and ignores the
Panhandle?
Evers: Yes, I am willing
to say no to South Florida
and I have a proven record
of doing so. I believe it is
the role of a member of the
Legislature to advocate for
the needs and concerns of
my constituents and to en-
sure that Northwest Flor-
ida's voice is not drowned
out by South Florida.
Hill: Yes absolutely.

How do you feel
on a state
immigration law?
Evers: I support immi-
gration reform and legis-


Meet the

candidates

GREG EVERS
Age: 55
Life-long resident of area
Not married with three
children.
Attemded PJC

MIKE HILL
Age: 52
Resident of area for over
30 years
Married with four children.
Graduate of U.S. Air Force
Academy ('80) and MBA
from UWF ('88)

lation; I have already filed
legislation identical to the
Arizona immigration law
during the mid-July special
session, and if elected, I will
file this again in the upcom-
ing 2011 session.
Hill: Yes, but it must
mirror Arizona. We need a
type of law that fits Flori-
da's unique needs.


REPRESENTATIVE from page Al


All candidates were pro-
vided questions by the San-
ta Rosa Press Gazette with
the following replies.

What do you see as
the key issues?
Brown: Economic re-
covery and jobs. Reducing
the size and regulations of
government, and standing
up for our conservative Re-
publican values.
Broxson: First is eco-
nomic growth and job cre-
ation. Secondly I want to
limit the size and growth of
government. I also see the
need to lower individual
and business taxes. And
I also feel we need to im-
prove education.
Solomon: Jobs / Eco-
nomic Development get-
ting people back to work
and the economy back on
track has to be job number
1. Taxes reduce tax and
fee burden on individuals
and businesses, support
Amendment 3 which will re-
duce disparity in property
assessment caps, explore
alternative means of rev-
enue generation, remove /
repeal fees and taxes that
affect small business, work
to reduce Workman's Com-
pensation rates and other
issues that adversely im-
pacts small business. Cost
of government reduce
the size and cost of the
state government through
reductions in force, early
retirements, department
agency consolidation,
expanded privatization
through the Council on Ef-
ficient Government and re-
move / repeal obstacles to
business growth, review all
state government functions
to identify functions that
can be privatized or elimi-
nated. Property Insurance
- Florida is dangerously
over-exposed to the risk
of catastrophic property


online
See the rest of what the candidates had to say by
going online, at srpressgazette.com.


damage. We must get the
government out of the in-
surance business promptly
and allow market forces
to drive down rates and
improve solvency. Leader-
ship, character and person-
al integrity. Now, it is more
important than ever to
elect a representative that
will not be controlled by
special interest groups and
lobbyists, that will maintain
a high degree of trust and
confidence with the citi-
zens of northwest Florida
and who will command the
respect and be able to influ-
ence the political process
in Tallahassee.
Venditto: We not only
need to be worried about
our local economy, local job
growth, and our response
to the Gulf oil gusher. We
also need to begin the nec-
essary procedures to en-
sure the safety of our com-
munity and state for when
our currency is inflate out
of existence, the global food
crisis hits home and when
the next hurricane strikes
our coast (extensive and
lingering power outages).
We are heading towards
some really tough times
and we can lead by exam-
ple on how states should
prepares and respond to
looming disasters.

Why are you the
best candidate?
Brown: I have a passion
for Northwest Florida, a
decade of proven legisla-
tive experience, and the
energy this position de-
mands. I will be a fresh face
for Florida politics that can
make an immediate impact
for our area.


Broxson: Life experi-
ence and commitment to
the free enterprise system.
Our founders counted on
people involved in their
local economy to sacrifice
time and service to become
involved in making the best
laws for their neighbors.
Solomon: You will hear
during this campaign that
the number one issue is the
need to create more jobs. I
agree. However, the other
candidates state their in-
tent to work on this issue
without offering any experi-
ence or specific proposals.
As is stated above, I am the
only candidate through
my participation in the
Chambers of Commerce,
WorkForce EscaRosa and
TEAM Santa Rosa ac-
tively involved in those or-
ganizations that are taking
action. I have a record of
community service that
none of my opponents can
match. You will hear that
we need real leadership
from our politicians. Rath-
er than talk about the need
for principled leadership, I
will state that I have been
entrusted with leadership
positions all of my life and
have been successful in
meeting every challenge,
solving complex problems
and making the right deci-
sions. You can be sure that
I will make the right deci-
sions for you. You will hear
that people want a leader
they can trust. Rather
than talk about integrity
and trust, I will tell you that
I live by a set of core val-
ues that resonated with me
while I was on active duty.
I do not allow anything or
anyone to compromise
them. You can count on my


Meet the


candidates

GREG BROWN
Age: 28
Republican
Life long resident of area
Married with no children.
Attended PJC and UWF

DOUG BOXSON
Age: 61
Republican
Life long resident of area
Married with four children.
Graduated PJC ('69) and
Evangel University

FERD SOLOMON
Age: 53
Republican
Resident of area for 32
years
Married with three
children.
B.A. from Duke Univeristy
and MBA from UWF

MATHIS VENDITTO
Age: 30
NPA
Life long resident of area
Married with one child.
Graduated U.S. Air Force
Academy ('80) and UWF
with a MBA in ('88)

word and commitment to
serve you.
Venditto: I believe I am
the best choice because my
intentions are clear and
concise, I am wanting to be
a strong and loud voice for
the protection and enforce-
ment of our Constitution. I
am not accepting donations
or endorsements to ensure
I don't even give special
interests an opportunity to
tell me how I should to vote
on any particular issue.
My allegiance will always
remain with the people,
not to any political party or
special interests.


Several employees came out to help clean up the
remaining rubble Friday morning from the Cook's
Paint and Body shop in Pace after a 21-year-
old man lost control of his vehicle and struck the
building.


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"It's just a tragedy to see something like this hap-
pen." Cook said. "The man was out driving and he made
a mistake."
According to the report, Lopez was not wearing his
seatbelt and had to be extricated from the passenger
side of the vehicle.
The airbags in the vehicle deployed when Lopez
struck the side of the cinder block building.
Cook said it took about an hour to get the vehicle
pulled from the building.
"Two of our main toolboxes were up against the wall
and some of diagnostic machines were damaged," Cook
said.
Cook said the insurance company estimated there
was over $50,000 in damage to the side of the building.
"The Pace Fire Department really did a heck of a job.
They put up a structural support to hold the frame up
while we worked on cleaning everything up," Cook said.
"That fire department went beyond what they had to do,
and that meant a lot to us."
The incident at Cook's Paint and Body came less
than 12 hours after a Milton resident drove a Volkswa-
gen rental car into the storefront of Merle Norman Cos-
metics Studio in Pace.
The driver in the Thursday afternoon incident was
not injured along with the three store employees who
were inside the store.
Pace Volunteer Fire Department also responded to
the Thursday afternoon incident.
Lopez was transferred to District 1 Medical Examin-
er's Office following the crash.
Cook said his shop would continue to operate despite
all of the damage.
"It's sad to see someone lose their life like that. It's a
true tragedy," he said.
Florida Highway Patrol is still investigating whether
alcohol was a factor in the accident.


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FWC moves meeting to Pensacola Beach


Special to the Press Gazette
The Florida Fish and Wildlife Conser-
vation Commission (FWC) meeting pre-
viously scheduled for Weston will take
place in Pensacola Beach Sept. 1-3.
"FWC personnel have been working
on the oil spill response with our part-
ners from the very beginning of this
tragic event," said FWC Chairman Rod-
ney Barreto. "We have seen the oil spill-


Sports SIDELINE
Milton Soccer Kicks:
Registration for Milton Soccer
Kicks begins Aug. 2. Milton Soccer
Kicks is a fun, non-competitive,
introductory soccer program for
children ages 3 to 10. Participants
will learn the fundamentals of
soccer while developing better
hand-eye coordination, balance
and agility. Register noon to 8 p.m.
Monday through Friday at the
Milton Community Center. The cost
per eight-week session is $62 per
child. Classes are taught by Angela
Stephens and are held outside on
Saturday mornings at one of the city
of Milton's fields. Practice begins
Sept. 4. For more information, call
850-983-5466 or go online to www.
MiltonParks.webs.com.

EC. Santa Rosa Soccer: FCSR
recreational soccer registration
is now open. To register, please
visit www.FCSantaRosa.com,
click on the recreational link and
follow instructions. Registration
fee is $65 for the younger than 6
age group. Players must be 4 to
register. Younger than 8 through
younger than 18 fee is $80. Games
start Sept. 18 and will end around
Thanksgiving. Registration is open
until Aug. 18, but late registrations
are accepted as long as spaces are
available. If you would like more
information or to volunteer to
coach, then please e-mail Robert
FCSantaRosa.com.

Bushwacker 5K: The Capt'n Fun
Bushwacker 5K Run will be held
Saturday, Aug. 7, 2010, at 7:30 a.m. to
benefit Big Brothers Big Sisters of
Northwest Florida. The race follows
a 3.1 mile point-to-point course that
begins in Gulf Breeze at the South
Santa Rosa Recreation Center and
finishes on Pensacola Beach at the
Visitor Information Center. Free
bus transportation from Pensacola
Beach to the starting line will run
from 6 a.m. to 7 a.m. The post-
race party will be held at Capt'n
Fun Beach Club on the Portofino
Boardwalk and will include awards,
food, refreshments and live music.
The registration fee is $25.
Register online at www.active.com
or mail registration forms to Big
Brothers Big Sisters of Northwest
Florida.

Baseball Boosters seek help:
The Pace Baseball Boosters are
seeking assistance in offsetting
the costs of purchasing the players
their 2010 National Championship
Rings and also purchasing a flag and
banner to honor the members of the
2010 National and Class 5A FHSAA
State Champions. If you would like
to make a donation, then you can
send it to the Pace Baseball Booster
Club, PO. Box 402, Milton, FL, 32572.

Riverwalk Run 5K: The city of
Milton will host its second annual 5K
run on Oct. 2. The run will begin at
4:30 p.m. The cost to register is $15
until Sept. 15. From Sept. 16 to 30,
it is $20, and the fee is $25 the day
of the race. For more information,
call 983-5466, ext. 4208, or visit
miltonparks.webs.com.

West Florida Summer Sports
Camps: The University of West
Florida again will be hosting
numerous summer sports camps
through the Department of
Intercollegiate Athletics this year,
including baseball, basketball,
soccer, tennis and volleyball. Camps
will take place throughout the
summer, and information and flyers
for each are posted online at www.
GoArgos.com.

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


related economic impact on the resi-
dents and businesses of the Panhandle.
Pensacola deserves an economic boost.
"To help, we moved the commission
meeting from Southeast Florida to Pen-
sacola."
The September meeting will take
place at the Hilton Pensacola Beach
Gulf Front. Meetings start at 8:30 a.m.
all three days, and all FWC meetings
are open to the public.


"Our commission meeting will bring
speakers and interested parties from
across the state to Pensacola to patron-
ize local businesses," Barreto said. "In
addition, this meeting will offer local
residents a forum to share their con-
cerns with the commission face-to-face.
It's just the right thing to do."
The first day's agenda features wild-
life and inland issues; the second day
will focus on marine issues; and the


third day will involve budget, legislative
and administrative matters.
Of special note is the presentation
by senior staff on Thursday, Sept. 2, to
discuss the FWC's continuing response
to the Deepwater Horizon oil spill. A
draft agenda is available at MyFWC.
com/Commission. Each meeting day in-
cludes time set aside for the public to
bring items to the attention of the com-
missioners.


Fish kills common this time of year


Special to the Press Gazette
High temperatures and
cloudy, rainy days can spell
trouble for fish in Florida's riv-
ers and lakes. These conditions
can cause fish kills, which are
natural occurrences and typi-
cally do not cause permanent
damage to the ecosystem or to
fish populations.
Fish kills commonly are
caused by weather-related
factors. Sudden temperature
fluctuations or extreme tem-
peratures can result in fish
kills any time of the year. Hot
weather during the summer
months can cause fish kills
because warm water holds
less oxygen than cold water. In


addition, a lack of rain during
hot-weather months lowers
the water levels in the system,
heating the water and further
depleting the oxygen in the
system.
Fish kills also can occur
during extended periods with
little sunshine. The process
leading to these types of die-
offs begins with overcast skies
and rainy weather. During
extended periods of overcast,
rainy or cloudy weather, the
biological system uses the
dissolved oxygen in the water
faster than it can produce it.
Rain water can compound the
situation by causing vegeta-
tion, such as dead leaves and
grass clippings, to wash into


the system and decompose.
The decomposition process
also removes oxygen from the
water.
Residents can report fish
kills in natural water bodies
to the FWC at http://research.
MyFWC.com/fishkill/submit.
asp or call the FWC Fish Kill
Hotline at 800-636-0511. For
more information on fish kills,
visit http://research.MyFWC.
com and select "fish and wild-
life health" located under the
"explore" section.
During the weekend, the
FWC announced it had re-
opened state waters offshore
of Escambia County to the
harvest of saltwater fish on
July 31. The FWC had closed


this area on June 14 as a pre-
cautionary measure due to
possible impacts of oil from the
BP Deepwater Horizon spill in
the Gulf of Mexico.
The FWC is reopening this
23-mile area of state waters
because careful laboratory
analysis of fish from the area
confirms they are safe and
oil-free. The reopened area to
the harvest of saltwater fish
includes state waters from
the beaches out nine nautical
miles into the gulf from the
Alabama line east to the Pen-
sacola Beach water tower.
More information on FWC's
response to the BP oil spill is
available online at MyFWC.
com/OilSpill.


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Photos by BILL GAMBLIN I Press Gazette
Drum Corps International held its only show in Florida Thursday night at Milton High School.
Here are just a few of the photos from the seven bands who traveled from as far away as
Washington, Arizona, and Wyoming to participate in the Sounds of the South competition.
The bands who performed on Thursday traveled to Atlanta for a show Saturday in the
Georgia Dome, who hosted the DCI Southern Regional's. Following that competition they
were headed to Indianapolis for the DCI World Championships at the Lucas Oil Stadium.
More photos from Thursday's competition hosted at Milton High School can be found online
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Mammography Unit
schedules visit
West Florida Hospital's
Mobile Mammography
Unit will be at the follow-
ing location on August 10,
to offer convenient, high
quality mammography
services for women age
35 and over. West Florida
Hospital files most insur-
ances, including Medi-
care (Medicare will cover
screening mammograms
every year with no deduct-
ible for those women over
40 who have that cover-
age). They will be at Unit-
ed Bank, Milton Branch,
5907 Berryhill Medical
Park Drive on Tllesday, Au-
gust 10 from 8 a.m. to 12:30
p.m. and 1 p.m. to 3:30 p.m.
For appointments or more
information, call 850-494-
3497 or toll-free at 1-800-
342-1123, ext. 3497.

Anti-tobacco
group plans event
Local SWAT (Students
Working Against Tobacco)
groups will gather at Ad-
ventures Unlimited in East
Milton on Thursday, August
12, for a day of tubing on the
Blackwater River. The trip
begins at 9:00 a.m. and is
open to the public. The cost
is $18.00 per person. "This
is our last organized event
of the summer," said Rob-
bie Leggett, tobacco pre-
vention specialist with the
Santa Rosa County Health
Department. "We're invit-
ing the public to come out
for a great day on the wa-
ter and learn a little about
what SWAT is hoping to
accomplish in Santa Rosa
County." SWAT is an organi-
zation comprised of middle


and high school students in
communities throughout
the State of Florida. Its
goals are to prevent and
reduce tobacco use among
young people and protect
them from the dangers of
second hand smoke. SWAT
members act as peer edu-
cators and engage in ac-
tivities designed to develop
the skills necessary to ad-
dress and change policies
relating to tobacco preven-
tion and control. For more
information contact Rob-
bie Leggett at 850-698-2150
or visit the Department
of Health website at www.
doh.state.fl.us/Tobacco and
click on Tobacco Preven-
tion Program.

Stroke support
group session
The Stroke Support
Group meets on the 2nd
Monday of each month
from 2 to 3 p.m. in the Com-
munity Rooms of the West
Florida Rehabilitation In-
stitute, 8391 N. Davis High-
way in Pensacola.
The next meeting is
scheduled for Monday,
August 9. The topic of the
meeting will be Pre-Hos-
pital Stroke Care and will
be presented by Margie
Hobbs, Emergency Out-
reach Manager at West
Florida Hospital, and Pat
Kostic, Escambia County
EMS Operations Manager.
The session is FREE and
open to former stroke pa-
tients, families, caregiv-
ers, or anyone who might
be interested in attending.
Reservations are not re-
quired; however for more
information about the
Stroke Support Group, call
850-494-3212.


Healthy Start of SRC
The Healthy Start
Coalition of Santa Rosa
County, Inc. will not meet
in August 2010. The next
regular Board meeting will
be on Monday, September
13 at 4 p.m. at the Berryhill
Complex, 6751 Berryhill
Street in Milton. All meet-
ings are open to the public.
For further information
call 626-6751.

Rally and open gorum
The Pace Fire & Res-
cue District officially in-
vites you to attend our
annual Political Rally and
Open Forum on Saturday,
August 14. The event be-
gins at 4 p.m. Speaking
begins at 5 p.m. Food and
refreshments will be avail-
able. For more informa-
tion, contact the Pace Fire
Department & Rescue at
994-6884, Monday through
Friday 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.

Parkinson's support
group to meet
The Parkinson's Sup-
port Group meets the 2nd
Friday of each month from
1 to 2 p.m. in the Communi-
ty Rooms of the West Flori-
da Rehabilitation Institute,
8391 N. Davis Highway in
Pensacola.
The next meeting is
scheduled for Friday, Au-
gust 13 when the topic will
be "Deep Brain Stimula-
tion." The session will be
presented by neurosur-
geon Charles Wolff, M.D.
The session is FREE
and open to all Parkin-
son's patients and care-
givers, but registration is
required. To register, call
850-494-3212.


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FLORIDA DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION

PUBLIC INFORMATION MEETING
STATE ROAD 87 SEGMENT 3 MULTILANE CONSTRUCTION PROJECT
FROM FIVE FORKS RD TO THE EGLIN AIR FORCE BASE BOUNDARY
SANTA ROSA COUNTY, FLORIDA
FPID NO: 220442-3-52-01; FAP: ARRA 586B

The Florida Department of Transportation (FDOT) is hosting a Public Information Meeting concerning pro-
posed improvements to S.R. 87 from Five Forks Road to the Eglin Air Force Base Boundary. The meeting will
be held Tuesday, August 10, 2010 from 5:30 pm to 6:30 pm (CST), in the Holly Dome at the Harbor
Church, 4006 Highway 87, Navarre, Florida.
This meeting is being conducted to inform the public of proposed improvements to the roadway.
Improvements will include; reconstruction of the road from a two to four-lane divided highway, a new bridge
over Dean Creek; stormwater management ponds, drainage and safety improvements, fencing, landscaping,
new signs and pavement markings and installation of
guardrails. The multilane project is funded through the SR 87 Segment 3 Mulilane .-" "
American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009 (ARRA). Construction Project Area
Work is anticipated to begin by mid-August 2010 and -
completed by the fall of 2012. .) .
Public participation is solicited without regard to race, color, -
national origin, age, sex, religion, disability or family status.
Persons who require special accommodations under the
Americans with Disabilities Act or persons who require trans- -- -
lation services (free of charge) should contact Mr. Jack r -
Harrison, FDOT Project Manager, at 6025 Old Bagdad i 2 U
Highway Milton, Florida 32583, 850-981-2738; -
iack.harrisonOdot.state.fl.us at least seven (7) days prior to .
the meeting.
For more information concerning this meeting or project, con- ,
tact Jack Harrison, Project Manager or the Florida
Department of Transportation's District Three Public ,.
Information Director, Tommie Speights, Toll Free at (888)
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Election 2010


Santa Rosa's Press Gazette I B3


Commission battles heating up


By BILL GAMBLING
news@srpressgazette.com
Two seats on the Santa
Rosa County Commission
are up for grabs District
2 and District 4.
District two, currently
represented by Bob Cole,
will have a Republican
only primary as Prudence
Caskey is in the race repre-
senting the Christian Par-
ty. The other Republicans
in the District two race are
Ron Scott, Clifton Wheeler
and Claude Duvall.
Cole has served as
County Commissioner for
District two since 2002
District four will be an
open primary with incum-
bent Gordon Goodin facing
the challenges of Ruth Du-
Pont Esser, Mark Goode,
and Jim Melvin.
All candidates were
provided questions by the
Santa Rosa Press Gazette
with the following replies.

What do you see as
the key issues?
Cole: Lowered property
values equaling a reduc-
tion in budget. BP oil spill
damaging an already frag-
ile economy. Purchase of
the 80 acres of industrial
park on Highway 87 South
close to 1-10.
Duvall: Budget short-
falls, better jobs, and lim-
ited government
Scott: Economic growth
and associated new job po-
tential.
Wheeler: Lack of trust
and principles in local gov-
ernment. Job loss due to
an unstable economy. Un-
necessary land purchases.
Out of control spending.
Caskey: Ethical govern-
ment and economic devel-
opment
Goode: Out of control
spending by our current
board of county commis-
sioners. Buying up land


and buying interests in land
unnecessarily. Lack of rep-
resentation for the people
which has caused our gov-
ernment to be out of touch
with the issues. Lack of
trust and faith in our local
government. Ethical con-
cerns have plagued some
of our commissioners dur-
ing the last 4 years.
Goodin: Oil spill- Con-
tinue our fight for a long
term recovery from this
life altering event. Job cre-
ation- Continue attracting
companies that offer high
paying, quality jobs for
current and future genera-
tions. Military- Continue
protecting our military
bases in preparation for
BRAC 2013, as we continue
preparing our community
for the new mission im-
pacts from BRAC 2005.
Roads and Transporta-
tion- Continue providing
leadership that improves
safety, relieves congestion,
enhances commerce and
trade, and provides hurri-
cane evacuation. Environ-
ment- Continue the pursuit
of strict regulation of sit-
ting C&D landfills. Contin-
ue protecting our drinking
water sources from incom-
patible zoning and land de-
velopment.
Melvin: I believe that in-
tegrity and common sense
are the two key issues in
this race. In my opinion, in-
tegrity and common sense
were totally lacking in sev-
eral recent business deci-
sions the Commissioners
made on our behalf. I do not
feel that the best interest of
the people of Santa Rosa
County were served by
these expensive and waste-
ful decisions. I will put my
solid business background,
common sense and strong
value system to work for
the people of Santa Rosa
County, and ensure that all
the business of the board is
transacted in an open and
above board fashion. I will


ensure that all the transac-
tions the board enters into
on behalf of the people of
the county are in the best
interest of the people of
the county, and not of some
special interest group.

Why are you the
best candidate?
Cole: My experience and
dedication. In my past eight
years of service to Santa
Rosa County I have always
tried to be fair and treat each
citizen's concern equally
and with due respect. Re-
gardless if the concern was
a small personal question
or a major issue effecting an
entire group or area. I have
worked jointly with our com-
munity and staff to recover
from two devastating hurri-
canes and flooding.
Now I am using my ex-
perience in disaster plan-
ning to work to protect our
shorelines from the oil crisis
that we have all faced over
the past several months. I
have never passed off my
responsibility while mak-
ing a tough decision. I pray
for guidance in my deci-
sions and have experience
making these decisions. I
have plans to continue to
strengthen access to the
county through safe and
efficient roads. I also have
funds allocated to build an
equestrian center at East
Milton Park. I have set aside
District 2's recreation fund
for the eight years I have
been representing the dis-
trict in order to pay for the
project without financing
the project and cause future
debt.
I will continue to work to
find ways to help find jobs
for Santa Rosa residents,
build safe roads that are
efficient, and maintain or
enhance our great quality
of life.
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and business background


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loyalties lie with the people
and not special interests. I
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this county. After having
managed multi-million dol-
lar contracts for the DOD
and US Army Corp of Engi-
neers, I have specific skills
in monitoring spending,
accountability of millions of
dollars worth of inventory,
and the skills to provide re-
sults in an ethical manner.
Goodin: I'm the only ex-
perienced candidate with
clear vision, proven leader-
ship, and a long history of
commitment to Santa Rosa
County. Corporations and
the military always make
certain their leaders are
trained and prepared before
putting them in a new posi-
tion. In these trying and dif-


ficult times, I won't require
on-the-job training.
Melvin: I am the only
person in this race who is a
native of Santa Rosa County.
I am the only person in the
race with a business educa-
tion and background. I have
spent many years support-
ing small businesses in San-
ta Rosa County while I was
a practicing CPA, and I un-
derstand their needs. I have
spent the last year going
door to door talking to the
voters of Santa Rosa Coun-
ty, and I understand their
concerns and demands for
open, honest common sense
government.

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Meet the

candidates


MARK GOODE
Age: 42
Republican
Resident of area for 4 years
Attended Asheville
Buncombe College

JIM MELVIN
Age: 65
Republican
Native of Santa Rosa
County
Married with three children.
Degrees from UWF, PJC and
Milton High


PRUDENCE CASKEY
Age: 33
Christian
Resident of area for 10
years
Married with one child.
PJC ('03) and UWF ('09)



online
Read the rest of
the questions and
answers with
the candidates
online at
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com.


CLAUDE DUVALL
Age: 64
Republican
Resident of area for 28
years
Married with two children.
B.S. Degree from UWF ('76)

GORDON GOODIN
Age: 54
Republican
Resident of area for 21
years
Married with two children.
Attended University of
Illinois, Western Illinois
University and Parkland
College




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CLIFTON WHEELER
Age: 39
Republican
Resident of area for 37
years
Married with three children.
Certified EMT and
Paramedic from PJC

BOB COLE
Age: 57
Republican
Resident of area for 40
years
Married with four children.
Associates Degree
Pensacola Junior College

RON SCOTT
Age: 65
Republican
Resident of area for 40
years
Married with three children.
A.S. in criminal justice


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What issues do
you feel needs the
commissioner's focus?
Cole: The first is the BP
oil well disaster. This issue
will continue to affect all of
our plans, expectations, and
the value of our largest in-
vestments for an unknown
period of time. As a Santa
Rosa County Commissioner
I have been and will contin-
ue to demand that BP and
state DEP allow our county
government to be the lead
eyes on the waterfront and
shoreline. Our future de-
pends on how well and how
quickly any and all oil prod-
uct is removed from these
resources. Our citizens
should be compensated by
BP for all direct economic
loss and that includes our
state government through
special session. This session
will allow for reassessment
of property values for land
owners affected by the oil
and charge BP for the loss in
value. As your commissioner
I continue to fight for Santa
Rosa County residents until
this crisis ends. The second
issue is the Budget. We must
continue to explore all av-
enues of cutting back on the
tax burden that we all face.
Property owners, both home
and business, can not con-
tinue to carry the majority
of cost of government while
still providing the services
that each of us expect the
county to provide. To do this
we must look into ways to re-
duce any and all duplication
of services, apply user fees,
and look into more outsourc-
ing. These measures would
not only save dollars in the
short term, but they will also
reduce future budgets. I also
demand that the state legis-
lature does not continue to
place unfunded mandates
on local government. These
mandates burden local
government with cost that
should be addressed and
funded by the state gener-
ated sources not unfairly
passed on to Santa Rosa
County and its residents.
Duvall: Jobs, a more
open government, and lower
taxes.
Scott: Economic stability
is number one. Without that
we will not be able to see
growth in the job market and
property sales will remain
flat.
Wheeler: The county's
budget. County and local


job loss. The County Court
House.
Caskey: the commission-
ers need to think past this
election and past the oil spill.
They need to focus on 10, 20,
even 50 to 100 years out.
Goode: Diversifying our
local economy. Tourism is
great, but not necessarily
dependable. High tech jobs
would be wonderful, but
there are a number of "Blue
Collar" workers in this area.
It is possible to have a manu-
facturer in the area that is en-
vironmentally safe. The bud-
get is out of control. While
a number of positions have
been eliminated, through
layoffs or attrition, consoli-
dating departments should
be explored. Additionally,
consolidating our govern-
ment onto as few properties
as necessary would reduce
the outflow of money for
maintenance and utility bills.
On top of that, the properties
could be returned to the tax
roles, which would supple-
ment our county's budget.
Commencing action on the
renovation of our roadways
to encourage and accommo-
date economic growth.
Goodin: *Job creation-
We need to continue creat-
ing a climate that attracts
businesses to Santa Rosa
County. The Commission
has already cut its red tape.
We need to continue working
with local utilities, State, and
Federal agencies to reduce
or eliminate their red tape.
This has never been more
important than now, as we
attempt to recover from the
economic recession and the
Deepwater Horizon Oil Spill.
*Military: Congress has
created a Budget Reduction
Task Force. Undoubtedly
cuts to the Department of
Defense will be considered.
Another Base Realignment
and Closure (BRAC) is likely
in 2013. Santa Rosa County
needs to be focused on pro-
tecting the missions at Whit-
ing Field, Hurlburt Field,
and Eglin Air Force Base.
Since the military makes up
at least a third of our econo-
my, preparation in advance
of this BRAC is absolutely
essential.
*Roads and Transporta-
tion- Funding for road proj-
ects is limited nationwide.
The Commission needs to
continue its aggressive ef-
forts in Tallahassee and
Washington so that, as fund-


ing becomes available, we
can improve safety, relieve
congestion, enhance com-
merce and trade, and pro-
vide hurricane evacuation
routes.
*Environment: The Com-
mission has implemented
strict regulations for C&D
landfills, but improved over-
sight and siting of these
landfills will be an ongoing
and important effort. We
can't allow unscrupulous op-
erators to pollute our water,
pollute our air, and make our
residents sick. The Commis-
sion also needs to protect its
clean drinking water from in-
compatible zoning and land
development.
Melvin: Bringing high
quality jobs to Santa Rosa
County needs to be the num-
ber one focus of the com-
missioners. This will be my
number one focus.


Can Santa Rosa
County be more
fiscally responsible?
Cole: We must continue to
explore all avenues of cutting
back on the tax burden that
we all face. Property owners,
both home and business, can
not continue to carry the ma-
jority of cost of government,
while the county still pro-
vides the services that each
of us expect the county to
provide. To do this we must
look into ways to reduce any
and all duplication of ser-
vices, apply user fees, and
look into more outsourcing.
These measures would not
only save dollars in the short
term but also reduce future
budgets. I also demand that
the state legislature does not
continue to place unfunded
mandates on local govern-
ment. These mandates
burden local government
with cost that should be ad-
dressed and funded by the
state generated sources not
unfairly passed on to Santa
Rosa County and its resi-
dents. I will also continue to
seek out all state or federal
grant dollars that our county
qualifies under. There is a
report available on Santa
Rosa County website that
outlines where your tax dol-
lars go. You will find that I
have been very diligent with
every penny to provide San-
ta Rosa with vital services
and infrastructure. I would
enjoy having the opportunity


to continue finding new ways
to fund Santa Rosa County's
needs!
Duvall: The commis-
sion must be more fiscally
responsible with tax dollars.
We cannot afford to continue
to make stupid decisions like
the recent industrial park
land purchase. We simply
don't have the funds to be
anything but responsible.
Scott: the county must
become more fiscally re-
sponsible. I have outlined
some areas of improvement.
Others include a motor pool
concept for county vehicles,
reduction in the number of
employees who are given a
county vehicle or a monthly
vehicle allowance. I will have
a confidential, open door
session with all rank and file
employees to receive their
cost saving ideas.
Wheeler. Yes
Caskey: They can and
they absolutely should!
Goode: The short answer
is yes. Planning a budget
based on estimated expens-
es is not how I understand
the commissioners to do
business. My understand-
ing of the current system is
that an inquiry is sent to the
Property Appraiser basically
asking; "How much can we
squeeze out of them (the tax-
payers) this year?" Planning
this way will never provide
the taxpayers with any relief.
If I tell you that I am giving
you $100 to go shopping and
that you don't have to pay
me back chances are you
won't look for the best deals.
However, if you go shopping
on your own dime you will do
your best to stretch it as far
as it will go. It's time for our
government to properly plan
it budgets.
Goodin: Always. We as
Commissioners need to re-
main ever vigilant to make
certain the taxpayers always
receive the greatest value for
their taxpayer dollars.
Melvin: I know there
are areas we can improve
upon to be better stewards
of the money the tax payers
send us to run the county. I
am uniquely well qualified
to help in this effort due to
by background in public ac-
counting. The commission-
ers have to treat the taxpay-
ers money with respect and
ensure that all expenditures
are reasonable, and in the
best interest of the people of
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Elections 2010


Santa Rosa's Press Gazette I B5


School Board could see major change after elections


By BILL GAMBLING
news@srpressgazette.com

Santa Rosa County's
Board of Education has
three different races taking
place this August in District
1, District 3, and District 5.
Two incumbents are fac-
ing challenges this primary
with Diane Scott (District 1)
facing Dale Anderson and
Shepherd Iverson.
In District 3, incumbent
Diane Coleman is facing
opposition from Carol Bos-
ton, while District 5 will be
represented by a new board
member followed by Ed
Gray's decision not to seek
re-election. Vying to replace
Gray are Scott Peden and
Thomas Naile.
All candidates were pro-
vided questions by the San-
ta Rosa Press Gazette with
the following replies:

Why are you
the best candidate?
Anderson: It is time to
have a school board mem-
ber who has a working
knowledge of what is going
on in our schools. Who will
offer a fresh approach that
incorporates new ideas and
not just vote yes every time
the Superintendent pres-
ents his agenda. I will do
what is in the best interest
of our students.
Iverson: The community
consensus is that our cur-
rent School Board is failing
us. What makes poor lead-
ership worse is that it often
takes place behind closed
doors and during meetings
scheduled, as ift to exclude
the public.
Besides greater open-
ness and accountability, I'll
bring new perspectives: an
international perspective as
I have observed the inner-
workings of the most suc-
cessful educational system
in the world today in Ko-
rea. Eastern cultures are
becoming affluent because
of how they educate their
youth. The Global Village is
no longer a pipe dream; it's
a keystroke away. Also an
essentialist perspective. I
won't get mired in the mi-
nutia of trivia and detail
and neglect to see the for-
est through the trees. The
education of our children is
an issue of national security
and of their future prosper-
ity!
Scott: During the four
years I've served on the
school board, Santa Rosa
county schools have faced
difficult issues and budget
cuts. I have made decisions
that resulted in the school


district living within its
means and continuing its
tradition of excellence. I've
worked to develop career
academies with industry
certifications which help
our students obtain high
paying jobs and help our
local businesses and work-
force. I've met with legisla-
tors to advocate for funding
for the district. I've worked
to increase communication
through town hall meetings,
regular involvement in civic
and community organiza-
tions, and by responding to
phone calls, email, and com-
munication from concerned
citizens. I do my homework.
I seek out opinions. I listen
to parents, teachers, ad-
ministrators, business and
community members, and
all citizens.
Boston: The most tangi-
ble value I can bring to the
Santa Rosa County School
Board and my constituency
is my years of experience as
a substitute teacher, parent
and school and community
volunteer. I have taught in
many schools at all grade
levels and many subject
areas, including special
areas such as ESE. This
experience gives me valu-
able insight into current
and emerging educational
needs and an understand-
ing of how to support of
students and teachers. I
believe strongly that this
"ground-level" perspective
is valuable in policymaking
and strategic planning. As


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a parent, I am aware of my
own children's educational
successes and challenges
and understand the role
of parental involvement
in academic performance
of students. My volunteer
work as a School Advisory
Council member at West
Navarre Elementary and
Navarre High School (cur-
rently serving as the Chair)
has given me the oppor-
tunity to review budgets,
participate in writing the
school improvement plan
and evaluate educational
programs.
Coleman: I am the
best choice for this posi-
tion because I am passion-
ate about our children,
their education., and am a
proven consistent leader. I
have an education degree
and have spent the major-
ity of my professional years
teaching, and working for
our students. Experience
does and should count es-
pecially when the results
of one's labor have contin-
ued to provide one of the
best educational systems
in the State of Florida. The
School Board's job is to
balance the budget which
we have done every year
and writing policy that is
framed by Florida & Fed-
eral Law which we have
done. Consistency is very
important, and I have been
consistent and fair in all of
my decisions. I have had
to make tough decisions,
but I made those decisions


based on law and what was
the best possible decision
for our students.
Naile: I bring mature
management and leader-
ship experience coupled
with20 plusyears in the busi-
ness arena where I was well
seasoned in budgets, projec-
tions, business growth and
personnel issues. I can be
the voice of reason for this
board with innovative ideas
as to how we can best serve
our educators.
Peden: I made the com-
mitment to represent the
children of Santa Rosa
County back in January
because the current School
Board and administration
had been making decisions
that were negatively affect-
ing them and our communi-
ties. It was apparent that the
Board was not in touch with
what the parents, teachers,
children and taxpayers'
needed and expected. I
have traveled hundreds of
miles through this county
and talked to hundreds of
people about what they
want and expect from their
School District. Their de-
sires are the foundations of
my campaign. Additionally,
I have 27 years experience
in the cable telecommuni-
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IN THE CIRCUIT
COURT OF THE FIRST
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN
AND FOR SANTA
ROSA COUNTY FLOR-
IDA.
CASE NO.
57-2010-CP-199

IN RE: ESTATE OF:

ALICE VIOLA BUCK-
HALTER,
Deceased.

NOTICE TO CREDI-
TORS

The administration of
the estate of ALICE VI-
OLA BUCKHALTER,
deceased, is pending
in the Circuit Court for
Santa Rosa County,
Florida, Probate Divi-
sion, the address of
which is P.O. Box 472,
Santa Rosa County
Courthouse, Milton,
Florida 32572. The
names and addresses
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cedent and other per-
sons having claims or
demands against
decedent's estate, in-
cluding unmatured,
contingent or unliqui-
dated claims, on whom
a copy of this notice is
served, must file their
claims with this Court
WITHIN THE LATER
OF 3 MONTHS AFTER
THE DATE OF FIRST
PUBLICATION OF
THIS NOTICE OR 30
DAYS AFTER THE
DATE OF SERVICE OF
A COPY OF THIS NO-
TICE ON THEM.

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the decedent and other
persons having claims
or demands against
decedent's estate, in-
cluding unmatured,
contingent or unliqui-
dated claims, must file
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The date of first publi-
cation of this notice is
July 28, 2010.

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IN THE CIRCUIT
COURT OF THE FIRST
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA, IN AND FOR
SANTA ROSA COUNTY
CIVIL DIVISION
Case No.
57-2010-CA-000943
Division A

WELLS FARGO BANK,
N.A.
Plaintiff,

vs.

ALMUS REED TAYLOR
A/K/A ALMUS R. TAY-
LOR, et al
Defendants.


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NOTICE OF ACTION

TO: VIRGINIA L. TAY-
LOR
CURRENT RESIDENCE
UNKNOWN
LAST KNOWN AD-
DRESS
9436 BONE BLUFF DR
NAVARRE, FL 32566

You are notified that an
action to foreclose a
mortgage on the fol-
lowing property in
Santa Rosa County,
Florida:

LOT 33, BLOCK 7,
WHISPERING PINES
ESTATES, ACCORD-
ING TO THE PLAT
THEREOF AS RE-
CORDED IN PLAT
BOOK D, PAGE 17, OF
THE PUBLIC REC-
ORDS OF SANTA
ROSA COUNTY, FLOR-
IDA.

commonly known as
9436 BONE BLUFF DR,
NAVARRE, FL 32566
has been filed against
you and you are re-
quired to serve a copy
of your written de-
fenses, if any, to it on
Ashley L. Simon of
Kass, Shuler, Solomon,
Spector, Foyle &
Singer, PA., plaintiff's
attorney, whose ad-
dress is PO. Box 800,
Tampa, Florida 33601,
(813) 229-0900, on or
before 30 days from
the first date of publica-
tion, whichever is later)
and file the original with
the Clerk of this Court
either before service on
the Plaintiff's attorney
or immediately thereaf-
ter; otherwise, a default
will be entered against
you for the relief de-
manded in the Com-
plaint.

Dated: July 7, 2010.

CLERK OF THE
COURT
Honorable Mary M
Johnson
P 0 Box 472
Milton, Florida 32572
CIRCUIT COURT SEAL
By: Angela Dunn
Deputy Clerk

If you are a person with
a disability who needs
any accommodation in
order to participate in
this proceeding, you
are entitled, at no cost
to you, to the provision
of certain assistance.
Please contact Kass,
Shuler, Solomon,
Spector, Foyle &
Singer, PA., P.O. Box
800, Tampa, Florida
33601-0800 (813)
229-0900 and contact
Ellen Vickery at (850)
595-4400 within 2 work-
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of this notice; if you are
hearing or voice im-
paired, call
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STATE OF FLORIDA
DEPARTMENT OF EN-
VIRONMENTAL PRO-
TECTION
NOTICE OF INTENT
TO ISSUE PERMIT

The Department of En-
vironmental Protection
gives notice of its intent
to issue an environ-
mental resources indi-
vidual stormwater per-
mit for "PJC Midway",
Permit Number
57-0293750-003-SI, to
Walt Winter, Physical
Plant Director, Pensa-
cola Junior College, at
1000 College Boule-
vard, Pensacola, Flor-
ida 32504.

The purpose of the per-
mit is to authorize con-
struction of Phase 1 of
a new educational
campus, consisting of
an entrance road,
building, and parking
lot, plus related infra-
structure, including a
stormwater manage-
ment system, on ap-
proximately 17.5 acres
of two parcels totaling
111 acres. Stormwater
treatment will be pro-
vided via a dry reten-
tion pond and two wet
detention ponds. A por-
tion of the site develop-
ment contains jurisdic-
tional wetlands, for
which a separate
wetland resource man-
agement permit is re-
quired.

Proper erosion control
measures will be em-
ployed during con-
struction.

The project will be lo-
cated on the southeast
corner of U.S. 98 and
Nantahala Beach Road,
in Midway, in Santa
Rosa County, Florida.

Based on all the above,
and with the applica-
tion of general and lim-
iting specific conditions
of the permit, the De-
partment has reasona-
ble assurance the proj-
ect, as proposed, fully
meets the environmen-
tal resources permitting
stormwater require-
ments of Chapter
62-346, Florida Admin-
istrative Code, and will
not harm the environ-
ment.

A person whose sub-
stantial interests are af-
fected by the Depart-
ment's action may peti-
tion for an administra-
tive proceeding
(hearing) under Sec-
tions 120.569 and
120.57 of the Florida
Statute. The petition
must contain the infor-
mation set forth below
and must be filed
(received by the clerk)
in the Office of General
Counsel of the Depart-
ment at 3900 Common-
wealth Boulevard, Mail
Station 35, Tallahas-
see, Florida
32399-3000.

Because the adminis-
trative hearing process
is designed to
re-determine final
agency action on the
application, the filing of
a petition for an admin-
istrative hearing may
result in a modification
of the permit, or even a
denial of the applica-
tion. Accordingly, the
applicant will not com-
mence construction or
other activities under
this permit until the
deadlines below for fil-
ing a petition for an ad-
ministrative hearing, or
request for an exten-
sion of time, have ex-
pired.

Under subsection
62-110.106(4) of the
Florida Administrative
Code, a person whose
substantial interests are
affected by the Depart-
ment's action may also
request an extension of
time to file a petition for
an administrative hear-
ing. The Department
may, for good cause
shown, grant the re-
quest for an extension
of time. Requests for
extension of time must
be filed with the Office
of General Counsel of


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the Department at 3900
Commonwealth Boule-
vard, Mail Station 35,
Tallahassee, Florida
32399-3000, before the
applicable deadline. A
timely request for ex-
tension of time shall toll
the running time period
for filing a petition until
the request is acted
upon. If a request is
filed late, the Depart-
ment may still grant it
upon a motion by the
requesting party show-
ing that the failure to
file a request for an ex-
tension of time before
the deadline was the
result of excusable ne-
glect.

In the event that a
timely and sufficient pe-
tition for an administra-
tive hearing is filed,
other persons whose
substantial interests will
be affected by the out-
come of the administra-
tive process have the
right to petition to inter-
vene in the proceeding.
Intervention will be
only at the discretion of
the presiding officer
upon the filing of a mo-
tion in compliance with
Rule 28-106.205 of the
Florida Administrative
Code.

In accordance with
subsection 28-106.111
(2) and subparagraph
62-110.106(3) (a).4,
Florida Administrative
Code, petitions for an
administrative hearing
by the applicant must
be filed within 21 days
of receipt of written no-
tice. Petitions filed by
any persons other than
the applicant, and
other than those enti-
tied to written notice
under Section 120.60
(3) of the Florida Stat-
utes, must be filed
within 21 days of publi-
cation of the notice.

Under Section 120.60
(3) of the Florida Stat-
ute, however, any per-
son who has asked the
Department for notice
of agency action may
file a petition within 21
days of such notice, re-
gardless of the date of
publication.

The petitioner shall
mail a copy of the peti-
tion to the applicant at
the address indicated
above at the time of fil-
ing. The failure of any
person to file a petition
for an administrative
hearing within the ap-
propriate time period
shall constitute a
waiver of those rights.

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

(a) The name and ad-
dress of each agency
affected and each
agency's file or identifi-
cation number, if
known;
(b) The name, address,
and telephone number
of the petitioner; the
name, address, and tel-
ephone number of the
petitioner's representa-
tive, if any, which shall
be the address for serv-
ice purposes during
the course of the pro-
ceeding; and an expla-
nation of how the peti-
tioner's substantial in-
terests are or will be af-
fected by the agency
determination;
(c) A statement of when
and how the petitioner
received notice of the
agency decision;
(d) A statement of all
disputed issues of ma-
terial fact. If there are
none, the petition must
so indicate;
(e) A concise statement
of the ultimate facts al-
leged, including the
specific facts that the
petitioner contends
warrant reversal or
modification of the
agency's proposed ac-
tion;
(f) A statement of the
specific rules or stat-
utes that the petitioner
contends require rever-
sal or modification of
the agency's proposed
action; and
(g) A statement of the


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relief sought by the pe-
titioner, stating pre-
cisely the action that
the petitioner wishes
the agency to take with
respect to the agency's
proposed action.

A petition that does not
dispute the material
facts on which the De-
partment's action is
based shall state that
no such facts are in
dispute and otherwise
shall contain the same
information as set forth
above, as required by
Rule 28-106.301, Flor-
ida Administrative
Code. Under Sections
120.569(2)(c) and (d)
of the Florida Statute, a
petition for administra-
tive hearing must be
dismissed by the
agency if the petition
does not substantially
comply with the above
requirements or is un-
timely filed.

This action is final and
effective on the date
filed with the Clerk of
the Department unless
a petition is filed in ac-
cordance with the
above. Upon the
timely filing of petition
this order will not be ef-
fective until further or-
der of the Department.

This permit, when is-
sued, constitutes an or-
der of the Department.
The applicant has the
right to seek judicial re-
view of the order under
Section 120.68 of the
Florida Statute, by the
filing of a notice of ap-
peal under Rule 9.110
of the Florida Rules of
Appellate Procedure
with the Clerk of the
Department in the Of-
fice of General Coun-
sel, 3900 Common-
wealth Boulevard, Mail
Station 35, Tallahas-
see, Florida,
32399-3000; and by fil-
ing a copy of the notice
of the appeal accom-
panied by the applica-
ble filing fees with the
appropriate district
court of appeal. The
notice of appeal must
be filed within 30 days
from the date when the
final order is filed with
the Clerk of the Depart-
ment.

The application for this
permit is available for
public inspection dur-
ing normal business
hours, 8:00 a.m. to
5:00 p.m., Monday
through Friday, except
for legal holidays, at
the Northwest District
office, 160 Governmen-
tal Center, Pensacola,
Florida.

080410(1)
8/972


Legal 8/973

LEGAL NOTICE

In accordance with FS.
101.5612, notice is
hereby given that the
vote tabulation equip-
ment to be used in the
August 24, 2010, Pri-
mary Election and to
be used in Early Vot-
ing, will be tested on
August 6, at 8:00 a.m.
The tests will be con-
ducted at the Santa
Rosa County Supervi-
sor of Elections' Office,
6495 Caroline Street,
Milton, Florida. These
tests will be open to the
public.

While in the course of
testing, the Santa Rosa
County Canvassing
Board may hear or
conduct other busi-
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tice of Foreclosure of
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Legal 8/974

LEGAL NOTICE

Notice is hereby given
that the Canvassing
Board for the August
24, 2010, Primary Elec-
tion will meet on Au-
gust 18, 2010, at 8:30
a.m., in the Santa Rosa
County Supervisor of
Elections' Office lo-
cated at 6495 Caroline
Street Milton. Pursuant
to F.S. 101.6104, public
inspection of the bal-
lots is scheduled to
take place from 8:00
a.m. through 8:30 a.m.
The canvassing of the
absentee ballots will
take place at this time.
The board will recon-
vene as necessary.

Ann W. Bodenstein
Supervisor of Elections
Santa Rosa County,
Florida

080410 (1)
8/974

Legal 8/975

LEGAL NOTICE

Ann W. Bodenstein,
Supervisor of Elections,
hereby gives notice
that the Canvassing
Board will meet on Au-
gust 27, 2010, at 8:30
a.m., to review and
process the Provisional
Ballots from the Pri-
mary Election and at
9:30 a.m., to conduct
the pre-audit random
precinct and race se-
lection. The manual au-
dit will occur on August
31, 2010, at 8:30 a.m.
The pre-audit and the
audit will be conducted
at the Santa Rosa
County Supervisor of
Elections' Office, 6495
Caroline Street, Suite
F, Milton, Fl. This will
be open to the public.

Ann W. Bodenstein
Supervisor of Elections
Santa Rosa County,
Florida

080410 (1)
8/975


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Cherry Bedroom Set.
Solid Wood, never
used, brand new in fac-
tory boxes. English
Dovetail. Original cost
$4500. Sell for $895.
Can deliver. (954)
302-2423
Leather Living Room
Set. In original plastic,
never used. Ong price
$3000, Sacrifice $975.
Can deliver. Call Bill
(305)420-5982

Moving Sale. Reasona-
bly priced. 9-pc dining
room furniture. 4 pc
bedroom furniture. Oak
table & 6 chairs. Call
623-2379 to see.

Rich Leather Sofa set-
new in crate, retails
$1599, just $750. Life-
time Warranty
850-471-0330.




White wing backed
chair and chase
lounge. $100 each.
623-0207



3230
Big Moving Sale Fnri
Aug 6 & Sat Aug 7
Come Early! 5479
Cherub Circle, Milton




Downsizing sale. Fri &
Sat 8 am to 1 pm 1478
Lewis Rd. Furniture,
tools, books, small ap-
pliances and more.


|" 3230



Huge yard sale. 4929
Creekside Ln. Fr. &
Sat. 7:30-1 Lots of chil-
drens clothes & toys



Large Multi family sale
Sat. 8-until. 4730 Win-
terdale Dr. of Hwy 90
Pace.



MILTON
Chain saw, tools,
books, household
stuff, boat.
Aug. 6 &7, 7am-12.
5365 Morgan Ridge



Sat. 8/7 8:00 until 5070
Saints Lane off Hamil-
ton Bridge Rd. in Mil-
ton.



Yard sale 5088 Glover
Lane. 7 a.m. until. Au-
gust 5-7 if rain can-
celled.




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4130 Employment
Information



20 TO 30 People
wanted now. Various
positions available.
Full-time permanent
work. $1600 mth. No
experience necessary.
We train. Call today-
start tomorrow. INter-
viewing Monday &
Tuesday 850-306-2269

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iorgeous Salon NICIAN. Call Bill's RV
needs a stylist Service at 293-6255
es their clients, between 2pm-5pm
ental $100 full
75 part time. Outdoor Advertising
Robin (850) sales person. Send Re-
sumes to: PO. Box 422
Milton, Fl. 32572

/Transport Person to train to se-
anspot cure billboard loca
tions. Send resumes
to: PO. Box 422 Milton,
Fl. 32572

s A Driver
Drivers Needed
Milton FL area, 4130
Flat bed build-
erial. Must be Drivers-Flatbed CDL/A
list a mmn. of $2,000 Sign On bonus.
Permanent Full Great pay and benefits!
ust have 3 yr 6 months Experience
erlence, Clean Required. Lease Pur-
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IRFAL EKU-ATES fRR MAT
6100 Business/
Commercial
6110- Apartmenls
6120 Beach Rentals
6130-Condo/Townhouse
6140- House Rentals
6150 Roommate Wanted
6160 Rooms for Rent
6170 Mobile Home/Lot
6180- Out-of-Town Rentals
6190- Timeshare Rentals
6200 Vacation Rentals


1 6100
6639 Dearborn St. off
Stewart St. 1600 sq. ft.
commercial office
building w/ warehouse
space. $700 mth.
626-9490 or 206-1020.


6110
2br, Iba in quiet neigh-
borhood near Whiting
Field. $450mo + $475
dep. $200 Move-in
Discount!! Call (850)
626-6638
Exceptional 2 bed-
room, 1 bath, brick du-
plex. All electric, new
appliances. $495 mo.,
$400 dep. 623-4876
Milton
3/1 large duplex. All
hardwood cabinets &
ceramic tile flooring.
Non-smoking environ
ment. $625 month.
626-2928
Pace brick 3-plex. 2
br/lba, stove, fridge,
d-w, laundryroom, all
c/t flooring, new AC.
Non smoking environ.
$545/mth includes
water, trash, grass cutt-
ing. Call 626-2928
Unfurnished. 5190
Santa Rosa Street. 3
rooms and a bath.
(850) 623-3308

MILTON AREA
3 Bedroom
2 Bath Home
w/Florida Room
Screened
Back Porch
Inground Pool
Fenced Yard
Carport
Workshop/
Storage Bldg
$850/mo.
6380 Butternut
850-712-9968


Do Something Good
For Tomorrow

RECYCLE

TODAY!




RECYCLE!


Bagdad
2 bedroom In good
condition. Clean, in
good neighborhood.
No Pets. $500/mo,
$300/dep. 623-8415.
Close to Whitting FId -
3br lba, $650/mo +
deposit. Call Rick
Epperson Realty LLC,
850-865-7777

E. Milton, 7783 Hwy.
90 Commercial
Building 2000 sq ft
on 1 acre. Now
called Tight Wad
Grocery. 900.00 per
month.
Pace, 1 bedroom
Duplex 3645B Dia-
mond St. 450.00
Pace, 2 bedroom
house 4236 A St.
550.00
Pace, 1 bedroom
house 5696
WINDRUN 495.00
Call Blumac Realty
Inc. 981-1631

Milton
4 br/ 2 ba, ch/ac.
fenced yard. drive by
5078 Mary st. $695 mo
+$500 dep. references
needed. 850-516-1096



Milton, 3 br, 2 ba,
6616 Imperial Drive.
$875 a month. Call
Billy at (850) 512-5445
or (850)-626-8683
Santa Villa
3 bedrooms w/ fenced
backyard. $650. (850)
516-4377



1 6170
2 bedrooms, 1 bath.
$250 deposit, $435
month. (850)994-8865
or (850)686-8832
MILTON/
PACE AREA
Nice, large 2/2,
kitchen equipped,
all electric, balcony,
washer / dryer
hookups,
Large yard. Water,
trash and lawn
service included.
5640 Cyanamid Rd.


(includes dep. &
rent) NO DOGS!1
850-712-9968 8



1 or2
Bdrm Apt
ESI 6436 Hwy 90
partial utilities
furnished
Laundromat & pool
NO DOGS
$599 Move in
Special

MOVE IN SPECIAL
includes credit
check, deposit and
1st months rent
(savings of $500)
850-712-9968


2/1 with front kitchen.
Screened-in porch,
CH&A on corner lot.
East Gate Mobile
Home Ranch. 626-8973
Avalon Blvd.
Small 1 bedroom. Ideal
for single. First month
rent free. 626-8973
Clean 3 br, 2 ba, DW,
Partly furnished. $550.
mo., $300 dep. or 2 br,
1 ba, $350. mo., $300
dep. No pets. 675-6614

GIVING AWAY
MOBILE HOMES.
PLEASE CALL TO
PLACE YOUR AP-
PLICATION NOW.
626-8973

Milton (Bruce Lane)
Includes water, gar-
bage and lawn service.
2/2 for $450 month.
2/2 for $350/month
Call 698-4582








7100 Homes
7105 Ope House
7110- Bach Home/
Property
7120 Commercial
7130 Condo/Townhouse
7140 Farms & Ranches
7150 Lots and Acreage
7160 Mobile Homes/Lots
7170 Waterfront
7180 Investment
Property
7190 Oua-of-Town
Real Estate
7200- Tineshare




Disability and
Social Security
Income?
This home is for you.
Call 850-682-3344

Discounted
4 bedrooms and 3
bedrooms payments
ranging from $450-650.
All credit Ok. Call
850-682-3344

First Time
Home Buyer
Government homes for
sale. Easy quick move
in. 850-682-3344



Bank Forced Bid/Offer
Sale! Smoky Mtn. Lake
Property,Tenn. Pick
your lot, then summit
your offer! Gated
w/Amenities! Hurry,
Register now, First 100
only! (877)644-4647
ext.# 302
Direct Waterfront with
Sandy Beach! Only
$34,900. Wooded,
park-like setting with
gorgeous sandy shore-
line on one of
Alabama's top recrea-
tional waterways. All
amenities completed.
BOAT TO GULF OF
MEXICO! SAVE
$15,000 & Pay NO
closing costs. Excellent
financing. Call now
(866)952-5302 x 5462


7190
East TN Lake Commu-
nity!! Buy now and
save $$$ No time frame
to build Dockable, lake-
view, lake access Start-
ing at just $9,900 Call
(86 6) 9 20 -5 26 3
TNwaterfront.com

NC Mountains Best
Land Buy! 2.5acres,
spectacular views,
gated, paved road.
High altitude. Easily ac-
cessible, secluded.
Bryson City. $45,000.
Owner financing:
(8 0 0) 8 1 0 1 5 9 0
www.wildcatknob.com

Only $34,900 W/ Free
Boat Slip adjoining lot
sold for $99,900! Spec-
tacular wooded build-
ing lot in premier gated
waterfront community
w/ direct access to At-
lantic Ocean! All amen-
ities complete! Paved
roads, underground
utilities, club house,
pool. Excellent financ-
ing. Call Now
(877)888-1415, x 2627


I OM ,MARINE I
8100 Anique & Collectibles
8110 Cars
8120 Sports Utility Vehicles
8130 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



8 8130
'04 Ford Explorer Sport
Trac 4 door. 108,000
miles. All highway.
Hard top, cc, crash
bars. Lots of extras.
$9,500 OBO 626-6413








22 ft. dual axle travel
trailer. 85% restored.
New tires, new wheel
bearings, new floor and
carpet, new paneling.
Outside repainted.
$1200 623-8162





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


Sale Good August04, 20 10I I AugustI10,I2010


Family Pack
Country Style
Ribs
I28
SIb


Bar "S"
Jumbo Franks

91 lIb


Family Pack
Boneless
Chuck Steaks
238lb



Country Best
Sausage
Patties
352
2.25 Ib


Sweet White
or Yellow
Corn

261er


Royal Hickory
House Bacon
685
2.5 Ib pkg


Vine
Ripe Roma
Tomatoes

64:


Sweet Red
Ripe
Strawberries
I 92
1 Ib pkg


Peanut Patch
Boiled Peanuts

58 13. oz


Lance
Home Pack
Crackers
i55
8 pk


Liberty Gold Fruit
Cocktail Sliced
Peaches or
Pear Halves

84'1: oz


STOR HOURS: : [eli M 9PM e DJIAYSA WEEK~


Cost includes freight, fee, and any associated expenses.


grocery

SALE PRICES GOOD THRU AUGUST 10, 2010
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4025 HWY 90 PACE
850-995-8778


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Whole Fresh
Boston Butt
2 Pack


Fryer Leg
Quarters
482
10 lb bag


Family Pack
Pork Steaks
1 28b
lb


Carolina Pride
Sliced
Boneless Ham
3*14
Ib


Fully Cooked
Hot wings


5 Ib Bag


Country Best
Sausage &
Biscuits
326
18 oz


Kinser's Chunky
or Smooth
Pimento Salad

1 6312 oz


Fresh Express
Crisp
Cole Slaw

1 0016oz


12 pk 12 oz
Pepsi
359


Lays
Variety
Sack

5 74
20/22 ct


Blue Bell
Ice Cream
370
1/2 gal


Allen Italian
Cut Green
Beans

68 15 oz


Sparkle
Towels
575
8 pk roll


Angel Soft
Bath Tissue
585pk
24pk


Lipton
Tea Bags

1 24 ct


Dales Steak
Seasoning

9216 oz


Shurfine Hot
Dog Chili

49oz
9 W 10 oz


Visit our Deli
Monday Friday
from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.
for a Home Cooked Meal


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