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The Santa Rosa press gazette
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By JASON JANDURA 623-2120 jjandura@srpressgazette.com The county staved off a lawsuit for now after a special magistrate was brought in to mediate a dispute between a soil company and the county, spurred by an ordinance that blocked a proposed construction and debris landll in East Milton. Santa Rosa Soils LLC acquired an at torney and is seeking an agreement with the county regarding a dirt pit planned at the same location where C&D facility was planned earlier this year. The C&D facility was originally permit ted in January 2008, but the owners failed to renew the permit. The county commission stepped forward after the permit expired and extended a well eld protection area in East Milton to include the original area planned for the facility. The C&D company, Bluewa ter Holdings, SRC Inc., has led a complaint with the county regarding their actions. Special Magistrate James Wilson acted as a mediator between citizens, pertaining to property owners and county ordinances un der the Florida Land Use and Environmental Act on Tuesday. Wilson said the two parties were present to discuss the issues, as well as give the public an opportunity to speak. This provided an opportunity to discuss an issue in depth before pursuing a lawsuit. In February of this year, the Board of County Commissioners denied Bluewater Holdings, SRC Inc. a permit to build after the annual federal permit with the Depart ment of Environmental Protection was not renewed, according to county ofcials. They also say Bluewater Holdings, SRC Inc. did not secure an $871,000 bond that would cover closure and cleanup of the rst disposal area. In March, the county expanded a well eld protection area in East Milton, which included the area of the proposed C&D site. Now the owner of Santa Rosa Soils LLC, Jim Young, is seeking compensation for 18 mil lion cubic yards of dirt that was at stake by digging the areas out and selling the dirt, soil and sand. Young estimated the loss at $18 million. He holds the rights for the subsur face ground, according to county ofcials. “I’m here for resolution,” Young said during the hearing. “One hundred percent of the value of my rights was taken by the ordinance.” One argument made in the mediation is that Santa Rosa County essentially over reached its legislative authority by expand ing a well eld protection area in East By JASON JANDURA 623-2120 jjandura@srpressgazette.com An East Milton woman returned home one day last week to an unfamiliar, green car parked behind her resi dence with two people in side she did not know. When she entered her house, she smelled a chemical odor, according to a Santa Rosa Sheriff’s Ofce report. There was a white male and white female in the car, parked behind her house. She briey exchanged words with the male in the vehicle before going inside her home. By JASON JANDURA 623-2120 jjandura@srpressgazette.com No one was seriously injured after a Milton man wrecked his car, twice in just a few minutes, ending up in a bunch of trees, according to the Florida Highway Patrol (FHP). Charles Ryan Nielsen, 24, 6746 Gauren Trace Court, was arrested and charged with DUI and hit and run after the crashes Saturday. FHP reports say Nielsen rear-ended a vehicle on State Road 89 near Arling wood Drive. Nielsen was not wearing a seatbelt in his 2001 Toyota Tacoma when he hit the 1999 GMC Sierra loaded with four people, reports indicate. There was about $2,000 worth of dam age to his truck and an estimated $500 worth of damage to the GMC. No one was injured in the collision, which hap pened around just before 11 p.m. Reports say Nielsen ed the scene of the accident and continued northbound on State Road 89. FHP found his vehicle minutes later on State Road 89 near Point Baker. Troopers say he was involved in a sin gle vehicle accident, with his truck in a patch of trees. It was determined he had driven onto the shoulder, began acceler ating and completely crossed the road. Nielsen was booked into the Santa Rosa County jail. FHP charged him with two counts of DUI and one count of hit and run, and he was also cited for two counts of careless driving. He refused a breath sample at the jail, reports say. By JASON JANDURA 623-2120 jjandura@srpressgazette.com A Pace woman landed herself a night in jail after an argument escalated into a physical altercation, and she took out frustrations on EMS and deputies, ac cording to a Santa Rosa Sheriff’s Ofce report. Emma Mae Stacy be came involved in an argu ment Monday afternoon, according to deputies who say she was yelling at the victim, snatching a cellphone from the person. The victim at tempted to restrain the 37-year-old female, but she kept pushing physically and being combative, according to reports. A witness to the altercation called 911 at FHP: DU DU I driver crashes, ees, crashes CHARLES NIELSON County enters mediation over $18 million project Meth lab drives away when deputies are called Cops: Pace woman resists help, charged with batterySS ee METH AA 7 S S ee WOMAN AA 7 SS ee MEDIATION AA 7 AA LEX BRYANT EMMA MAE STACY By JASON JANDURA 623-2120 jjandura@srpressgazette.com An SUV rolled over on Interstate 10 this week, injuring four and causing $8,000 worth of damage in a single-vehi cle accident, when the vehicle crossed the median, ipped and slid across the interstate on its roof, according to a Florida Highway Patrol report. Stacey Bass, 38 of Crestview, was heading westbound on I-10 near mile marker 33 near the Highway 87 S. exit. According to the report, Bass attempt ed to change lanes, but then realized there was another vehicle in the lane. She over-corrected and veered into the grassy median. The 2005 GMC Envoy with three pas sengers overturned in the median and continued to slide across the eastbound lanes on its roof. It eventually came to rest on the shoulder of the interstate. Shannon Shell, 29, was heading east bound, en route to Tallahassee. She was SUV ips on I-10, injures 4 CAR FLIPS ON INTERSTATE MAN INJURED IN SCOOTER ACCIDENT JJ ASON JJ ANDURA | Press Gazette A Milton man suffered minor injuries after crashing a scooter in the culde-sac of Arnies Way in the Tanglewood subdivision. People at the end of the road heard the accident and rushed to help the bleeding man, bringing towels and blankets to soak up blood, while EMS responded. The man was transported to the hospital, and Skyline reghters returned the scooter to his house, a few blocks away in the same subdivision. SS ee WRECK AA 7 75 cents Saturday, October 19, 2013 Gazette Santa Rosa’s Press Find breaking news at www.srpressgazette.com Tweet us @srpressgazette and like us on facebook.com Speak Out . ........................................ AA 4 Opinion . ........................................... AA 4 Diversions . ........................................ AA 8 Columns. ......................................... B2 Sports ............................................... B4 Classieds. ........................................ B6 TABLE OF CONTENTS Volume 105 Issue 84 Jim Fletcher Publisher 623-2120 news@srpressgazette.com CRIME STORIES AND MUGSHOTS PAGE A A 6 Pace Homecoming celebration, B1

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Local A2 | Santa Rosa’s Press Gazette Saturday, October 19, 2013 Elected OFFICIALS COUNTY GOVERNMENT COUNTY COMMISSION • District 1: Jim Williamson, 4351 Berryhill Road, Pace, FL 32571; phone 983-1877. E-mail is comm-williamson@santarosa. .gov • District 2: Bob Cole, 8651 Riverstone Road, Milton, FL 32583; phone 983-1877. E-mail is commcole@santarosa. .gov • District 3: Don Salter, 6000 Chumuckla Highway, Pace, FL 32571; phone 983-1877. E-mail is commsalter@santarosa. .gov • District 4: Jim Melvin, 6495 Caroline St., Milton, FL; phone 983-1877. E-mail is comm-melvin@santarosa. .gov • District 5: Lane Lynchard, 6495 Caroline St., Milton, FL 32570; phone 983-1877. E-mail is commlynchard@santarosa. .gov The Santa Rosa County Commission meets at 9 a.m. on the second and fourth Thursdays. The leaders meet in committee at 9 a.m. Mondays 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 ofces. SANTA ROSA COUNTY SHERIFF Wendell Hall, 5755 E. Milton Road, Milton, FL 32588; phone 983-1100. E-mail is whall@srso.net SANTA ROSA COUNTY CLERK OF COURTS Donald Spencer, P.O. Box 472, Milton, FL 32572; phone 983-1973. E-mail is santacourtfeed@ chjn.net SANTA ROSA COUNTY TAX COLLECTOR Stan C. Nichols, 6495 Caroline St., Suite E, Milton, FL 32570; phone 983-1800. E-mail is snichols@srctc. com SANTA ROSA COUNTY PROPERTY APPRAISER Greg Brown, 6495 Caroline St., Milton, FL 32570; phone 983-1880. E-mail is info@srcpa.org SANTA ROSA COUNTY ELECTIONS SUPERVISOR Tappie Villane, 6495 Caroline St., Milton, FL 32570; phone 983-1900. E-mail is villane@santarosa. .gov STATE GOVERNMENT • Rep. Doug Broxson: 5988 Hwy 90, Pensacola State College, Milton Campus, Building 4000, Room 4013, Milton, FL 32583, phone 626-3113. E-mail is Doug.Broxson@my oridahouse.gov • Sen. Greg Evers: 209 E. Zaragoza St., Pensacola, FL 32502, phone 595-0213. E-mail is Evers.Greg. web@ senate.gov • Gov. Rick Scott: PLO5 The Capitol, 400 S. Monroe St., Tallahassee, FL 32399; phone 488-7146. E-mail is _governor@my orida.com FEDERAL GOVERNMENT HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES • Rep. Jeff Miller: 336 Cannon House Of ce Building, Washington, D.C. 20515; local phone is 479-1183; D.C. Of ce phone (202) 225-4136. Pensacola of ce address: 4300 Bayou Blvd., Suite 13, Pensacola, FL 32503. Toll free number is 866-3671614. Website: http://jeffmiller.house.gov SENATE • Sen. Marco Rubio: 284 Russell Senate Office Building, Washington, D.C. 20510; phone 850-433-2603. Website: www.rubio. senate.gov • Sen. Bill Nelson: Room 571, Hart Senate Office Building, Washington, D.C. 20510; phone 202-224-5274; fax 202-224-8022. Website: http://billnelson.senate.gov WHITE HOUSE • President Barack Obama: The White House, 1600 Pennsylvania Ave., Washington, D.C. 20500; phone 202-456-1414. E-mail is president@whitehouse.gov • Vice President Joe Biden: Office of the Vice President, White House, 1600 Pennsylvania Ave., Washington, D.C. 20500; phone 202-456-1414. SCHOOL GOVERNMENT SCHOOL BOARD • Superintendent: Tim Wyrosdick, 5086 Canal St., Milton, FL 32570; phone 983-5000. E-mail is wyrosdickt@mail.santarosa.k12.fl.us • District 1: Diane Scott, 5710 Munson Highway, Milton, FL 32570; phone 983-0413. E-mail is scottdl@mail.santarosa.k12.fl.us • District 2: Hugh Winkles, 5684 Nicklaus Lane, Milton, FL 32570; phone 623-6299. E-mail is winkleseh@mail.santarosa.k12.fl.us • District 3: Diane Coleman, 9400 Octavia Lane, Navarre, FL 32566; phone 939-2661. E-mail is colemanmd@mail.santarosa.k12.fl.us • District 4: JoAnn Simpson, 5059 Faircloth St., Pace, FL 32571; phone 994-5446. E-mail is simpsonjj@mai.santarosa.k12.fl.us • District 5: Scott Peden, 3156 Pins Lane, Gulf Breeze, FL 32563; phone 934-0701. E-mail is pedenst@mail.santarosa.k12.fl.us The Santa Rosa County School Board meets at 6:30 p.m. second and fourth Thursdays at 5086 Canal St. in Milton. Phone: 983-5000. CITY GOVERNMENT • Milton City Hall, Mayor Guy Thompson, 6738 Dixon St., Milton, FL 32570, phone 983-5400. City Manager is Brian Watkins • Town of Jay, Mayor Kurvin Qualls, 3822 Highway 4, Jay, FL 32565, phone 675-2719 • Gulf Breeze City Hall, Mayor Beverly Zimmern, 1070 Shoreline Drive, Gulf Breeze, FL 32561, phone 934-5100. City Manager is Edwin “Buz” Eddy Z¢š Z}‰ ¢xš‰„œ @š„ ^š‰„‚ l ‰ ‡ e ‡„ J x‘‰ O” U‰”‚K Q ¢œ  'Ÿ• K P lease pr o vide a c olor phot og r aph if possible A ll inf or ma tion must be t yped W ednesda y ’ s paper please submit b y F r ida y a t 3pm. S a tur da y ’ s paper submit b y W ednesda y a t noon 6009922 F AL L C L E AR AN C E S AL E O n A / C & H e ati n g E q u i p me n t 3 0 % o f f o n s o m e s c r a t c h a n d d e n t i t e m s 1 0 y e a r w a r r a n t y C e l l : 5 1 6 7 0 6 0 | A C P A C E c o m C o mp le t e he a t i n s p e c t io n $ 5 0 F L L i c C A C 1 8 1 4 9 3 2 Special to the Press Gazette The Santa Rosa Medical Center Auxiliary is sponsoring a “$5 Jewelry and Accessories Sale” from 7 a.m. to 6 p.m. on Oct. 24 and from 7 a.m. to 4 p.m. Oct. 25. All items in the sale will be sold for $5 each. The sale will take place in the Locklin Education Building behind the hospital at 6002 Berryhill Road in Milton. All proceeds will go toward college scholarships for students entering the medical eld and to fund other Auxiliary community outreach projects. SPECIAL TO THE PRESS GAZETTE Daniel Hahn receives the Rotary pen from President Rhett Fendley. Daniel gave a great presentation about SAFER Santa Rosa along with what that entails as well as a new initiative to make Santa Rosa County the rst county in Florida to be designated a Safe Community. If you would like to help out with the Safe Community designation contact Daniel at 983-5360. The Milton Rotary Club meets each Tuesday at Ryan’s Buffet in front of Wal-Mart and we invite you to come join us for lunch one day. Special to the Press Gazette Learning to drive is a big step in life’s journey. From 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Saturday, Milton High School will host a Celebrate My Drive teen driver safety event, showing support for teen drivers, helping them stay safe as the embark on the road ahead. Celebrate My Drive aims to bring Milton leaders, schools and parents in support of new, teen drivers. “It’s not about State Farm,” said Lori Brabham, an agent in Ken Kincaid’s Of ce. “It’s about safe teen driving.” The upcoming event marks the second annual Celebrate My Drive event, Brabham said. Teens will have the opportunity to put on special goggles that skew the vision, simulating a drunken state, and try to drive a golf cart through an obstacle course. The event is sponsored in part by the Milton Bakery, Coca Cola, AT&T, the Milton Police Department and Santa Rosa Sheriff’s Of ce. Attendees will be provided free food and refreshments. Kell Recovery in Milton will be bringing a rolled-over vehicle to the event, showing the true impact of distracted driving. Teens will be given the challenge to play games or try to text through the obstacle course. As part of the company’s Celebrate My Drive program, State Farm is offering teens across the U.S. and Canada the opportunity to learn more about safe driving, win grant money for their school and be one of two schools to win a free concert by Grammy award winner Kelly Clarkson. State Farm is amplifying the conversation around teen driver safety by hosting Celebrate My Drive events in communities across the U.S. and Canada. The event will have giveaways, speakers, community partners, entertainment and interactive driving games. State Farm and MHS are encouraging residents to attend in support of teens learning how to drive. Communities can also help MHS win prizes by committing to be safe drivers once daily between Oct. 18 and 26 at www.celebratemydrive.com. The top 100 high schools with the safest driving commitments will be awarded grants ranging from $25,000 to $100,000. The top two schools win a private concert by Kelly Clarkson. Special to the Press Gazette The West Florida Public Library, in partnership with the Southeast Teen Shakespeare Company, announces a weekly Shakespeare Club, meeting from 5-7 p.m. every Tuesday at the Main Library. Participation in the club is free and open to all ages and levels of interest. The club is geared to those who already love The Bard and to those who might not have “gotten it” the rst time around but want to learn more. Instead of a traditional classroom approach to getting to know Shakespeare, this weekly club will read the plays aloud and stop as often as needed to make sure the story, language and meaning are clear and understandable. Other activities will include live performances by local actors, guest lectures, movie screenings and possible group travel outings to view regional performances. The Southeastern Teen Shakespeare Company is a non-pro t organization dedicated to providing teens in Escambia and Santa Rosa counties with instruction and performance opportunities that lead to their signi cant growth as artists and community members. Visit SETSCO.org to nd out more. For more information about the West Florida Public Library and the resources and programs it offers, go to MyWFPL.com. SRMC Auxiliary to host jewelry sale ABOUT SANTA ROSA MEDICAL CENTER Santa Rosa Medical Center is a full service 129-bed modern hospital facility. With almost 400 associates, more than 100 volunteers and more than 100 physicians on staff, Santa Rosa Medical Center is well-equipped to meet all health care needs. For more information, visit www.srmc .com or call 626-7762. Partnership seeks to introduce The Bard to a wider audience West Florida Public Library provides home for Shakespeare study Community invited to join Milton High School in support of new drivers SPECIAL TO THE PRESS GAZETTE High school students learning to drive will experience many challenges in Celebrate My Drive, including wearing special goggles that emulates driving while drunk while driving a golf cart through an obstacle course. 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Saturday, October 19, 2013 6015757 w w w .gulfmed .com GULF MEDICAL a n ks t o t h e G ul f C oa s t f o r a ll o w i n g u s t o be y o u r l oc a ll y o w n ed M ed i c a l E q u i p m e n t Pr o v i d e r f o r t h e l a s t 24 y ea rs. Y o u r H o m e M ed i c a l E q u i p m e n t Pr o v i d e r f o r t h e G ul f C oa s t 438-7600 J CAH O A c cr e di t e d F r ee F a s t D e l i v e r y Local Santa Rosas Press Gazette| A3 Clear Creek offers organic and sustainable farming tour Special to the Press Gazette Call it a backyard gar den on steroids. Not that Ray and Wanda Davis would ever use any thing unnatural or harmful at their Clear Creek Farm in Milton. But they have taken an amped-up approach to what some may think of as a genteel pastime. Were doing intensive gardening, Ray Davis said. We use less water, less seed and less space to grow the same amount of plant material that you would in about an 80 per cent larger garden space in a traditional garden. For ve years, they have used a method called Square Foot Gardening along with technological advances like solar energy at Clear Creek Farm. This year, they are joining the Beaches to Woodlands Tour offer farm tours from Sept. 28 to Nov 3. Its a guided tour, Da vis said. Well be explain ing to folks the various pro cesses and introduce them to the systems. Well show them, even if they have never gardened at all, how they can use this system to grow food for their family. Square Foot Garden ing is a type of container gardening that uses a raised wooden frame. The Davises use products and techniques perfected by Mel Bartholomew, the founder of Square Foot Gar dening who popularized the method a 1981 book. Clear Creek Farm pro duces about 85 different varieties of vegetables, herbs, mints and edible owers in about 1.5 acres of space. Their fare has been featured on the menus of some of the nest restau rants in Pensacola, includ ing Global Grill and Jack sons Steakhouse. We basically build a square foot frame a fourby-four or a two-by-eight or whatever dimension we want to build and put a grid on top of it, Davis said. You dene the grow ing area in square-foot increments. Vegetables, grown in various mulch mixes, can take as much room as a square foot each like a large cabbage. Others, like carrots, are small enough to t as many as 16 plants in one square foot. The Davis family uses no chemical fertilizer or pesticides. Everything they use is organic-approved. The tour will also show case the farms solar power system, which generates all the power the farm and the Davis home requires, the rain-water collection and drip irrigation system and a geothermal energy system. Were using thermal energy from a cold wa ter spring, he said. The spring runs a constant temperature year-round about 65 to 68 degrees to keep root zones in these ar eas the same temperature year-round. The tours should last about an hour each. Admis sion will be $10 for adults and $5 for those younger than 18. Discounts are available for members of the military and large groups. The couple, both of whom are 70, are semiretired. Wanda Davis was formerly a professor at Pensacola State College, while Ray Davis was a nancial advisor. Growing up in Madison County, Da vis had also worked on his grandfathers and uncles farms. He said they chose to open Clear Creek Farm to keep themselves busy and to help raise aware ness of self-sufcient food production. There are not a lot of young farmers coming a long, he said. Were try ing to promote the ideas and concepts that will allow people to grow their own food if they wanted to. This is a method that anybody can adapt and adopt and be successful. You dont need a lot of tools. You dont need a lot of space or money. For the rst time, peo ple can see how pesticidefree and fertilizer-free food really taste. IF YOU GO... Event: Clear Creek Farm Tour Dates and times: Sept. 28 to Nov 3, 9 a.m. to 2 p.m., seven days a week (no tours on Thursday and Sunday mornings). Cost: $10 for adults, $5 for children younger than 18, with 20 percent discounts for military and groups of 10 or more. Reservations (preferred): Call (850) 449-1176 or (850) 450-3511 or email raywanda@aol.com

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TUESDAY, 2:43 P.M. Yeah, where is Sarah Palin? Didn’t she come at the aid of the speaker of the house? Anyway, who care about her? She was history in the past, but that’s OK. I beg President Obama and the speaker of the house and the whole Republican Party to beg the American people for forgiveness for what they’ve done. They need to kneel down in front of the Lincoln Memorial and do it, both of them, face to face. Thank you. TUESDAY, 10:07 P.M. Yeah, this is Raymond and I thank you for another opportunity to speak my opinion. I’d like to say that the (removed) men that have been running the country since day one has really, throughout history, been making a real mess of things. Now, in this day and age with this shut down in the government system, because white men who run the country still want to do things their way, it’s their way or no way. It’s getting to be monotonous. It’s just a shame how they have shanghaied this country from day one up until now and still doesn’t make good, reasonable decisions. Thank you, and it’s a shame. WEDNESDAY, 7:09 A.M. Hello people. I don’t know how many public people know what our superintendent is trying to do. He wants to do a furlough for our teachers, which they would be out of work with no pay, but have to go to work just like the government does. He said we ain’t got any money. But he did the blue-collar money, which does not teach our children when you plumbing or carpentering or that. We still haven’t got our money that the governor had promised us, and we are still ghting for it. And I don’t know if the public knows this, but Mr. Tim, you do not have my vote for next year, or the year, or the year or the year after that. I am sorry you want to do a furlough for the teachers and educational support. I don’t know who would teach the students, because half of us would take vacation or sick leave. Thank you for doing this for me. Thank you, bye. WEDNESDAY, 2:06 P.M. Yes, this is David in Pace. I see W. O. Jones is talking about something that he does not know what he is talking about. I live on West Spencer Field. And people walk up and down the road this road all the time and all around that four square miles. Mr. Jones is always talking about something really that he does not know what he is talking about. Thank you. WEDNESDAY, 4:01 P.M. Hi, this is Pete. Now that Republican and Tea Party politicians have caused the government shut down, and then completely surrendered without achieving anything, except the lowest poll numbers in their parties history. The question is, have they learned anything? Somehow, I doubt it. WEDNESDAY, 4:08 P.M. Yeah, this is Keith. I’d appreciate it if you would put the tide report back in the Press Gazette. It’s important information and good information. Thank you. Editor’s note: You got it. SPEAK OUT: CALL 623-5887 Schools shouldn’t use biased news channels for education Hello. My name is Aimee. I just want to get information out to the parents of Avalon Middle School students. In my daughter’s sixth grade world history class, they are using CNNstudentnews. com, to present the world news. I was told that CNN was also being used in the seventh and eighth grade civics classes. On the surface, this sounds like a great way to teach, but lets look a little closer. I think the majority of the people would agree that CNN news outlets are intended for showing democratic views, particularly with the ROC polls that are so slanted. I talked to both the principal and the superintendent at Avalon Middle and was told it was within the state standards to use CNN’s perspective, no matter how biased it was. I was told I was the rst parent to complain. That made me wonder how many parents are aware of how these biased views are being taught. It really appalls me to think my young daughter is being subjected to something like CNN’s opinion that the Republicans caused the government shutdown, strictly CNN’s opinion, and this being done under the guise of education. I suggested to the principal that perhaps a letter could be sent home, to let parents know how this is being presented. No comment was offered. Surely, there are some unbiased news sources that could be used. You would think the school system would want to use a neutral or unbiased source. Brining world news to children is a great idea. Bringing opinions to young minds and brains might be harmful and maybe even criminal. The school system doesn’t need politics. Look at what playing the politics ticket has got us. From top to bottom, we have the most shameful, egotistical and embarrassing group of so-called leaders we’ve ever had. Of course, that is my opinion. AP Moore State leaders visit Rhodes for National School Lunch Week Dear Editor, I wanted to let you know that (last) week was our National School Lunch Week … Lunch Across the USA. We invited our State Senator and Representatives to come to our schools for lunch during this week (Oct. 1418). Senator Evers visited Rhodes Elementary School. Wednesday we had Rep. Broxson visiting Navarre High School and Rep. Hill’s legal aide Ryan Gorham visiting Gulf Breeze Middle School. Avalon Middle School invited Marty White and Lindsey from WXBM radio who participated and playing music for the students during all three lunch periods on Wednesday Oct. 16. Tracy Cooper Milton Rhodes offers free lunch to students who parents are active duty Dear editor, Good morning This week is National School Lunch Week The Theme this year is School Lunch Across The USA. Rhodes Cafeteria treated our students whose parents are active miltary to free lunch, and we invited Milton Fire Department and city of Milton Police Department for lunch. We appreciate our military and rst responders. Our lunch starts at 10:20 a.m., and last lunch ends at 12:30 p.m. Thank you. Linda Pope Food service manager W.H. Rhodes Elementary School Fair Call Dear Editor, Greetings, I am Deacon Raymond E. Johns. For whatever reason, Senator Marco Rubio felt that Mr. William Thomas was not worthy of his vote for the Federal judge seat is very pleasing to me. No one should ever have to be put under the light for voting as they see t. I do not think that homosexuality should be pushed on anyone. This country has run amuck to homosexuality in the schools and everywhere it shouldn’t be. There will be no hope for the children and of the future of this nation if there is no respect for manhood. This country was once looked upon by God as a nation seeking hope when men acted as men, and women as the same. But now, Washington’s shameful leadership thinks the children should all become homosexuals, what a shame. And I thank Senator Rubio for being a man and doing the right thing. As for Mr. Thomas, there is nothing good about beating his chest and professing homosexuality. This state voted down homosexuality, and may Godly men and women keep it that way. Raymond E. Johns Milton Page 4 www.srpressgazette.com Saturday, October 19, 2013 A Section O PINION Santa Rosa did not receive a letter OUR VIEW LETTERS TO THE EDITOR We want you to share your views on the topics on this page — or any topic — with other readers of Santa Rosa’s Press Gazette. Your views are important, too. LETTERS TO THE EDITOR Letters must be typed and may be edited for content or to t the available space. 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Periodicals postage paid at Milton, Florida. POSTMASTER: Send address changes to Santa Rosa’s Press Gazette, 6629 Elva St., Milton, FL 32570. To report news or for information, subscriptions and advertising, call 623-2120. 6629 Elva St. Milton, FL 32570 Gazette Santa Rosa’s Press SUBSCRIPTION RATES IN COUNTY One year ................................. $39 Six months ........................ $19.50 13 weeks ............................... $9.75 OUT OF COUNTY One year ................................. $62 Six months ............................. $31 13 weeks ............................. $15.50 SENIOR CITIZEN (OVER 62) One year ................................. $32 Six months ............................. $16 13 weeks .................................... $8 Home delivery subscribers may be charged a higher rate for holiday editions. Florida Gov. Rick Scott wrote 16 Florida counties, thanking them for reaching agreement on a $2,500, across-the-board raise for Florida teachers. Santa Rosa County did not receive one of those letters. The School Board and the county’s teacher union, the Santa Rosa Professional Educators, are still in negotiations over the allocation of $9.436 million in state funds. After withholding for bene ts and retirement, the teachers won’t be seeing a full $2,500 bonus. In other systems, the counties made all or a portion of the bene t and retirement payments so the teachers saw all, or at least a lion’s share, of the $2,500. Santa Rosa teachers will get a raise, if they can hammer out a dollar gure with the board. To that end, the SRPE is asking the School Board to take another look at the budget, and move dollars around to make more of the $2,500 raise available. Will revisiting the budget, and taking funds already earmarked for other items affecting Santa Rosa? Or is the money actually available? Both are rather good questions — both of which deserve an answer. The School Board has previously offered the SRPE all the state funds, giving it the opportunity to allocate the funds as it saw t, but the union is not sure. Blue collar workers have reached an agreement, contingent on the SRPE reaching a deal. In the meantime, the back and forth continues. Will an agreement be reached in time for Christmas? Facing an election year, Gov. Scott receives credit for good public relations in giving teachers across the state a raise. But, he gave all the responsibility to the local authorities to shake out the details, failing to mention the hidden costs that plague governmental budgets such as retirement. When we look at the back and forth going on over this, it’s easy to see why state leaders sought to pass the political hot potato. Florida schools may have much more to worry about. Santa Rosa, for example, has already notified the state, as required by statute that its monetary buffer has fallen below the three percent target. Next fiscal year, that number will be 2.17 percent. Statewide, the governor may need to do some math. Tallahassee – On Tuesday, Oct. 15, Gov. Rick Scott sent out a letter to all Florida superintendents thanking the 16 superintendents and school boards who have worked together to negotiate with unions and ratify collective bargaining agreements for teachers that resulted in pay raises. He also spoke with Department of Education Commissioner Pam Stewart this week to ask her to work with the 51 county school districts, who have not reached final agreements, to encourage them to find a quick resolution to the final teacher pay raise amount in these districts. Gov. Scott said, “For those districts that have not yet finalized collective bargaining agreements on teacher pay raises, I have asked the Commissioner of Education to provide any support and guidance superintendents need to come to a final agreement quickly. Florida teachers deserve a salary increase, and they should have the benefit of knowing their new salary level as soon as possible so they can best plan for their futures.” Governor Scott sends letter to Florida superintendents regarding teacher pay raises RICK SCOTT Governor Like us on SANTA ROSA PRESS GAZETTE SANTA ROSA PRESS GAZETTE SANTA ROSA PRESS GAZETTE

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FAITH Saturday, October 19, 2013 www.srpressgazette.com Section Section A ANGLICAN Trinity by the Fields, 4980 W. Spencer Field Road, Pace APOSTOLIC First Apostolic Church, 5574 Highway 90, Milton Pace Apostolic Church, 4763 Old Guernsey Road, Pace ASSEMBLY OF GOD Bagdad First Assembly of God, 4513 Forsyth St., Bagdad East Milton Assembly of God, 5174 Ward Basin Road, Milton Faith Chapel Assembly of God, 8080 S. Airport Road, Milton First Assembly of God, 6163 Dogwood Dr., Milton Harold Assembly of God, 10495 Goodrange Dr., Milton Jay First Assembly of God, 14047 Alabama St., Jay McLellan Assembly of God, 6050 Three Notch Trail, Milton New Harvest Fellowship Assembly of God, E. Highway 90, Pace New Hope Assembly of God, 9550 Chumuckla Highway, Jay Pace Assembly of God, 3948 Highway 90, Pace Springhill Assembly of God, 8851 Buddy Hardy Road, Milton True Worship Assembly of God, 13297 Highway 87 N, Jay Welcome Assembly of God, 8581 Welcome Church Road, Milton Whit eld Assembly of God, 12391 Highway 87 N, Milton BAPTIST Celebration Baptist Church, P.O. Box 4047, Milton Eastside Baptist Church, 6731 Dixon St., Milton Faith Baptist Church, 6423 Hamilton Bridge Road, Milton Iglesia Bautista Libertad, 5536 Highway 90, Milton Liberty Baptist, 6763 Margaret St., Milton Lighthouse Baptist Church, 13050 Highway 89, Jay Mt. Pilgrim Baptist Church, 5103 Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., Milton Oak Grove Baptist Church, 917 Lakewood Road, Milton BAPTIST ABA Berryhill Road Baptist, 3095 Berryhill Road, Milton Bethel Baptist Church, 6178 Old Bagdad Highway, Milton Fellowship Baptist Church, 5223 Highway 90, Pace First Baptist Church of East Milton, 8167 S. Airport Road, Milton First Missionary Baptist Church of Pace, 3925 Pace Road, Pace Galilee Missionary Baptist, Highway 90, Milton BAPTIST INDEPENDENT Bible Baptist Church, 4001 Vern St., Pace Bible Way Baptist Church, 5976 Dogwood Dr., Milton Brownsdale Baptist Church, Chumuckla Highway, Jay Fil Am Baptist Church, 5240 Dogwood Dr., Milton Joy Bible Baptist Church, 8613 Highway 90, Milton Mt. Calvary Baptist Church, 4636 Highway 90, Pace Pine Grove Baptist Church, 7280 Pine Grove Road, Jay Pleasant Hill Missionary Baptist, 5550 Econ na St, Milton Solid Rock Baptist Church, 6760 Eastgate Road, Milton Trinity Baptist Church, 5301 Highway 90, Pace Victory Baptist Church, 4000 Avalon Blvd., Milton West Florida Baptist Church, 5621 Highway 90, Milton BAPTIST MISSIONARY Mt. Bethel Baptist Church, 175 Limit St., Milton New Macedonia Baptist Church, 4751 Chumuckla Highway, Pace New Providence Missionary Baptist Church, 4175 Popcorn Road, Milton St. John Divine Missionary Church, 5363 Saint Johns St., Milton BAPTIST PRIMATIVE Bethlehem Primitive Baptist Church, 5339 Zero Ln., Milton Mt. Zion Primitive Baptist, 6930 Chaf n St., Milton BAPTIST SOUTHERN Avalon Baptist Church, 4316 Avalon Blvd., Milton Berrydale Baptist Church, 6703 Highway 4, Jay Billory First Baptist of HolleyNavarre, Highway 87 S., Navarre Blackwater Baptist Church, 11689 Munson Highway, Milton Calvary Baptist Church, 5405 Calvary Church Road, Milton Cora Baptist Church, 12953 Chumuckla Highway, Jay East Side Baptist Church, 4884 Ward Basin Road, Milton Ferris Hill Baptist Church, 6848 Chaf n St., Milton First Baptist Church of Bagdad, 4529 Forsyth St., Bagdad First Baptist Church of Milton, 6797 Caroline St., Milton First Baptist Church of Pace, 3949 Pace Road, Pace First Baptist Of Garcon Point, 17820 Garcon Point Road, Milton Floridatown Baptist Church, 3851 Diamond St., Pace Friendship Baptist Church, 5300 Berryhill Road, Milton Harmony Ridge Baptist Church, 5536 Highway 90, Pace Harold First Baptist Church, 10585 Goodrange Dr., Milton Hickory Hammock Baptist Church, 8531 Hickory Hammock Road, Milton Immanuel Baptist Church, 4187 Highway 90, Pace James Street Baptist Church, 6658 James St., Milton Jay First Baptist Church, 214 S. Alabama St., Jay Living Truth Church, 8897 Byrom Campbell Road Pace FL 32571 Mt. Pleasant Baptist Church, P.O. Box 4812, Milton New Bethel Baptist Church, 10995 Chumuckla Highway, Jay New Life Baptist Church, 6380 Bayberry St., Milton Olivet Baptist Church, 5240 Dogwood Dr., Milton Pine Level Baptist Church, 3300 Pine Level Church Road, Jay Pine Terrace Baptist Church, 6212 Pine Blossom Road, Milton Pleasant Home Baptist Church, 8500 Pleasant Home, Munson Santa Rosa Baptist Association, 6820 Highway 87 N, Milton Spring Hill Baptist Church, 9214 Munson Highway, Milton Wallace Baptist Church, 6601 Chumuckla Highway, Pace Woodbine Baptist Church, 4912 Woodbine Road, Pace CATHOLIC St. Rose of Lima Catholic Church, 6451 Park Ave., Milton CHARISMATIC New Hope Community Church of Milton, 5283 Goshawk Dr., Milton Shepherd House Ministries, 5739 N. Stewart St., Milton CHURCH OF CHRIST Bagdad Church of Christ, 4413 Garcon Point Road, Bagdad Berryhill Church of Christ, 3679 Berryhill Road, Pace Church of Christ, 4034 Highway 4, Jay Margaret Street Church-Christ, 6745 Margaret St., Milton McLellan Church of Christ, 6285 Three Notch Trail, Milton Pace Church of Christ, 4075 Berryhill Road, Pace Pea Ridge Church of Christ, 4400 Bell Lane, Pea Ridge Susan St. Church of Christ, 600 Susan St., Milton West Milton Church of Christ, 5300 Highway 90, Pace CHURCH OF GOD Church of God of Prophecy Bible Place, 600 Glover Ln., Milton Covenant Church of God, 4645 School Lane, Pace Ferris Hill Church of God in Christ, 5583 Alabama St., Milton CHURCH OF GOD IN CHRIST Christ Church of Pace, 5536 Highway 90, Pace Church of God at Milton, 4645 School Lane, Pace Church of God in Christ, 5887 Stewart St., Milton World Church of God, 5177 Stewart St., Milton COMMUNITY OF CHRIST Community Church of Christ, 5666 Raymond Hobbs St., Milton EPISCOPAL St. Marys Episcopal Church, 6850 Oak St., Milton FULL GOSPEL Full Gospel Community Church, 6199 Gainey Ford Road, Jay Living Faith Church, 7400 Reformation Dr., Milton Milton Victory Ministry, 7235 Highway 90, Milton True Faith Tabernacle, 5166 Old Oak Road, Milton True Grace Fellowship Church, 5178 Willard Norris Road, Milton HOLINESS Cobbtown Holiness Church, 4700 Greenwood Road, Jay Hollandtown Holinesses Church, 1851 Pineview Church Road, Jay INDEPENDENT Chumuckla Community Church, 8008 Chumuckla Highway, Pace Grace Bible Church, 6331 Chestnut St., Milton Relevant Life Church, 4560 Pace Patriot Blvd., Pace Walls of Salvation Church, 6697 Old Highway 90, Milton Word Alive Christian Church, 707 Stewart St., Milton Word Alive Church, 4200 Ebenezer Church Road, Jay INTERDENOMINATIONAL Blessed Assurance Ministries, P.O. Box 58, Milton Christ-Centered Ministries, 8688 A.D. McCall Road, Milton In His Presence Ministries, 218 Stowers Ln., Milton JEHOVAHS WITNESS Jehovahs Witness, 5696 Berryhill Road, Milton LDS Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints, 5737 Berryhill Road, Milton Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints, 4065 Highway 4, Jay Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints, 1753 Sea Lark Lane, Navarre LUTHERAN Eternal Trinity Lutheran Church, 6076 Old Bagdad Highway, Milton METHODIST Bagdad United Methodist Church, 4540 Forsythe St., Bagdad Christ United Methodist Church, 5983 Dogwood Dr., Milton Chumuckla Community Church, 8008 Chumuckla Highway, Pace First United Methodist Church, 6830 Berryhill St., Milton Jay United Methodist Church, 14093 Alabama St., Jay Mae Edwards UMC, 5052 Mulat Road, Milton Mt. Carmel United Methodist Church, 15030 Highway 89, Jay Pace First United Methodist, 4540 Chumuckla Highway, Pace Pineview United Methodist Church, 1400 Pineview Church Road, Jay Wesley Memorial UMC, 4701 School Lane, Pace Woodbine United Methodist Church, 5200 Woodbine Road, Pace METHODIST AFRICAN Greater Bethlehem AME Church, 5299 Richburg St., Milton Isaiah Chapel AME Zion Church, 5038 Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., Milton NAZARENE New Faith Church of Nazarene, 5162 Avenida Del Fuego, Pace NONDENOMINATIONAL Christian Life Church, 4401 Avalon Blvd., Milton Church of the Living God, 3375 Garcon Point Road, Milton Community Chapel, 4300 Pace Lane, Pace Deliverance Tabernacle, 5470 Dogwood Dr., Milton Freedom Fellowship Church of Milton, 723 Munson Highway, Milton Grace Believers Bible Study Church, Holiday Inn Express, Conference Room, 8510 Keshav Taylor Drive, East Milton Harvest Community Church of Jay, 2828 Harvest Road, Jay Heritage Chapel, P.O. Box 248, Milton Hope Corral Cowboy Church, Fidelus Community Center, 13774 State Road 87 N., Jay Indian Ford Victory Fellowship, 8999 Indian Ford Road, Milton Kings Way Christian Center, 3102 Deep Water Cv., Milton Living Gods Standard Communication, 6731 Old Highway 90, Milton Living Word Worship Center, 5573 Stewart St., Milton Milton Worship Center, 11164 Horizon Road, Milton New Harvest Fellowship, 4289 Berryhill Road, Milton New Life Baptist Church, 6380 Bayberry St., Milton New Testament Church, 5277 Glover Ln., Milton Northshore Community Church, P.O. Box 4476, Milton Our Fathers House Inc., 5362 Taf Ln., Milton Pace Community Church, 4310 N. Spencer Field Road, Pace Providence Chapel, 3721 Highway 90, Milton PENTECOSTAL Ebenezer Church Inc., 4200 Ebenezer Church Road, Jay First Pentecostal Church of Bagdad, 4636 Forsyth St., Bagdad Gospel Lighthouse Church, 10001 Chumuckla Highway, Pace United Pentecostal Church of Berrydale, 7580 Highway 4, Jay Whitfield Pentecostal Fellowship Church, 11236 Highway 87 N, Milton PENTECOSTAL HOLINESS Chumuckla Pentecostal Holiness Church, 2841 Highway 182, Jay Mt. Zion Pentecostal Holiness Church, 5532 Osceola St., Milton New Vision Worship Center, 5573 Stewart St., Milton Roeville Holiness Church, 6648 Munson Highway, Milton PRESBYTERIAN First Presbyterian Church, 5206 Elmira St., Milton Pace Presbyterian Church, 4587 Woodbine Road, Pace Westminster Presbyterian, 6659 Park Ave., Milton SEVENTH-DAY ADVENTIST Milton Seventh Day Adventist, 5288 Berryhill Dr., Milton Church DIRECTORY P ACE C OMMUNITY C HURCH 6010456 6010456 True Grace Fellowship Church You are cordially invited to our Homecoming 2013 service on Sunday, Oct. 20 starting at 11 a.m. Special speaker is the Rev. E.H. Haddock, Superintendent/ Chairman of The Living Word of Faith Fellowship, with headquarters in Panama City. Also featured will be anointed Praise & Worship. This day marks the anniversary of True Grace Fellowship Church. Please bring a covered dish to share immediately following the service. For more info contact True Grace Fellowship Church, 5178 Willard Norris Rd., Milton; 6234795; www.truegracefellowship.or g Free Family Fall Festival Woodbine Baptist Church, located at 4912 Woodbine Road, invites all Santa Rosa County families to our annual Fall Festival from 5-8 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 31. This is a family-oriented event where children can wear costumes and collect candy in a safe, controlled environment. Set up like a fairground midway, kids of all ages can play carnival games at various booths to earn their treats. There will be a special preschool Game area, with activities geared especially toward the littlest trick-or-treaters. Free pony rides and a petting zoo will be on the church grounds. Dinner will be served and we would love to have your family join ours for an evening of safe and wholesome fun. Immanuel Baptist Church The 2nd Annual Craft Fair and Market at Immanuel Baptist Church from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. Oct. 19 is open to our members, attendees and outside Vendors who do hobbies and crafts at home, as well as small home businesses such as novelty clothing and accessories, homepreserved foods, fragrance and jewelry companies. There will be a Live Talent Show amd we are taking singers, musicians and readers. Food booths and kid zone! Come get started on your Christmas shopping at Immanuel Baptist Church, 4187 Hwy 90, Pace. First Baptist Church to host SRSO The eXtra Years of Zest, senior adult ministry of First Baptist Church, Milton, will host the Santa Rosa County Sheriffs Of ce on Oct. 24. Crime prevention specialist Cindy Sarver will present a program titled Skims, Scams, and Flim Flams. Senior citizens will discover how to prevent being victimized by scam artists. The program will be conducted as part of the monthly senior adult luncheon, which meets from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. in the Family Life Center. Participants will enjoy recognitions of birthday and marriage anniversaries, group singing, fun, and laughter. A $5 donation is requested for lunch. Please make lunch reservations by noon, Oct. 21. First Baptist Church is located at 6797 Caroline Street in Milton. For more information, call Dr. Gary Nichols 623-3122, or go to www.fbcmilton.org Bagdad United Methodist Bring your family, neighbors and friends this Sunday for 9 a.m. Cafe for breakfast and fellowship followed by 10 a.m. worship service. The series of wonderful preachers continues this Sunday when our beloved Rev. Luann Young brings Gods Word for us with Faith Walk. In the rst of two sermons, Luann shares her rare insights and deep spirituality, within practical day to day applications. As a prominent hospital Chaplain, Luann has an extraordinary ministry and we are so very grateful for this opportunity to sit at her feet. Holy scripture will be from Proverbs 3:1-6. The church is at 4540 Forsyth St., Milton. Call 626-1948 for more information. St. Marys Episcopal Church Holy Eucharist Services are at 9 and 11 a.m. with the Rev. Mathew Dollhausen presiding. There will be a meet and greet coffee hour between services located in the church hall. Sunday School is at 10:45 a.m. with nursery provided for younger children. St. Marys Episcopal Church is at 6849 Oak Street, Milton. Call 623-2905 or visit www. stmarysmilton .co m for information. It is located between Escambia and Santa Rosa Streets, one block south of Highway 90, in the historical district. First United Methodist Church of Milton First United Methodist Church of Milton, 6830 Berryhill Street, Milton holds worship services every Sunday at 8:30 a.m. and 11 a.m., along with Sunday School at 9:45 am. Everyone is welcome. This Sunday, Oct. 20, the Rev. M. Kathryn Knight will deliver her sermon on Gods Justice Bearers. She will be focusing on 2 Corinthians 5: 16-21 and Matthew 7:21-29. Grief Recovery group meets on Tuesdays at 2 p.m., and the Pastors Bible Study meets on Wednesdays at 6 p.m. For more information, contact the church of ce at 623-6683. First Presbyterian Church Church services are held at 10:30 each Sunday morning. First Presbyterian Church is at 5203 Elmira Street in historic downtown Milton. This Sunday the message will be Will Jesus Find Faith on Earth? delivered by Pastor Jo Kublik. There is a nursery for infants and toddlers. Childrens Church will be the rst Sunday of each month during the church service. Small group study classes are held in the Fellowship Hall at 9:30 a.m. Sunday mornings. This is a discussion group focusing on the relationship of the Bible to our lives. A potluck dinner will follow the service the rst Sunday of the month. All are welcome. If you would like to attend our church but have no transportation you can contact Warren or Anne Hatten at 6268855. They will arrange for a church member from your area to transport you. We welcome all visitors and encourage you to attend if you are new in the area or looking for a church family. Our Fellowship Hall is available for weddings and group meetings. For more information call 623-2510 or visit http://www. fpcmilton.org.as/ our church is an historic building and the oldest church in Santa Rosa County we are in need of refurbishing. To raise the needed funds we are collecting cans and metal. If you wish to donate please contact Betsy Dodson at 983-7803. Faith BRIEFS Page 5

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A6 | Santa Rosas Press Gazette Saturday, October 19, 2013 Santa Rosa County felony, DUI and violent arrests from Oct. 14-17, 2013 ARCHER, RANDY LEE ; 25; 5338 YOUPON DR, MILTON; lewd lascivious offense BARBER, JERRY LEON ; 46; 2462 CRESCENT WOOD RD, NAVARRE; battery BEATTY, WILLIAM MARSHALL ; 37; HOMELESS; battery BROWDER, ROY EDWARD ; 33; 6416 METZ ROAD, MILTON; probation violation, drugs-possess, drug equip-possess BROXSON, MARY ELIZABETH ; 26; 6754 VALERIE LN, NAVARRE; battery, damage property-criminal mischief BRYANT, ALEX FRANKLIN ; 28; 4545 BELLEVILLE CT, MILTON; drugs-possess, moving traf c viol, drugshealth or safety HARPEL, CHRISTOPHER HOWARD ; 46; 3972 PARADISE BAY DR, GULF BREEZE; probation violation HART, RICHARD CHARLES ; 35; 8611 VANCE AVE, PENSACOLA; probation violation HESTER, AMELIA ANDI ; 22; 1116 PENINSULA DR, GALLATIN, TN; probation violation KRITES, JAY HAROLD ; 40; 2783 AUGUSTUS RD, NAVARRE; sex offense MANNING, CHRISTOPHER AUSTIN ; 26; 5849 QUIETWOOD DR, MILTON; arson, damage property-criminal mischief, burglary OLIVIER, JESSICA LOUISE ; 23; 1565 OCEAN BREEZE, GULF BREEZE; battery RICE, JASON ROGER ; 34; 660 SPRUCE STREET, NEDERLAND, CO; probation violation SALTER, WILLIAM EARL ; 37; 8149 TOLEDO ST, NAVARRE; battery SHIRLEY, JASON HOWARD ; 37; 6517 ROBIN AV, MILTON; probation violation SLOANE, LUCIOUS ALLEN ; 49; 8143 S AIRPORT RD, MILTON; battery STACY, EMMA MAE MARCHELLE ; 37; 3991 KERN ST, PACE; battery, resist of cer THOMAS, TREY CHRISTOPHER ; 19; 111 HART ST, BREWTON, AL; lewd lascivious offense VECCHIO, RAECHEL SHANNIE ; 24; 416 YORK STREET, GULF BREEZE; DUIunlawful blood alcohol VILLANUEVA, JESSICA ANN ; 32; 3528 NATALIE LN, NAVARRE; probation violation WINSLOW, LOUIS WAYNE ; 59; 5286 BROAD ST, MILTON; battery Please note: An arrest is not an indication of guilt. The determination of guilt and innocence is ultimately the responsibility of the courts. L o cal l y o w n ed Bu s i n e s s B u y y o u r F R M F e e d f r o m u s W e of f e r l a w n m o w e r & g e ne r a t o r r e p a i r a s w e l l a s t r a c t o r r e p a i r a n d p a r t s p l us 4 W he e l e r r e p a i r W e s e l l r o of m e t a l A s k a bou t d i s c ou n t s on b u l k f e ed & see d F i n d u s o n F ac e b oo k a t F a rm er s V i l l a ge C o m e v i s i t u s a t 4 4 1 8 H w y 9 0 P a ce F L 3 2 5 7 1 o r C a l l u s a t 8 5 0 7 3 6 8 7 2 7 H o u r s : M F 8 a m 5 : 3 0 p m S a t 8 a m 1 2 p m | C l o s e d S u n Arrest REPORT RICE, JASON ROGER SALTER, WILLIAM EARL SHIRLEY, JASON SLOANE, LUCIOUS STACY, EMMA MAE THOMAS, TREY CHRISTOPHER VECCHIO, RAECHEL VILLANUEVA, JESSICA ANN WINSLOW, LOUIS WAYNE ARCHER, RANDY LEE BARBER, JERRY LEON BEATTY, WILLIAM BROWDER, ROY EDWARD BROXSON, MARY BRYANT, ALEX FRANKLIN HARPEL, CHRISTOPHER HART, RICHARD HESTER, AMELIA ANDI KRITES, JAY HAROLD MANNING, CHRISTOPHER OLIVIER, JESSICA LOUISE By JASON JANDURA 623-2120 jjandura@srpressgazette.com A Milton couple was arrested last week for numerous drug charges, including traf cking methamphetamine, possession of drugs and paraphernalia, according to a Santa Rosa Sheriffs Of ce report. Bert and Christen Gilmore were arrested after a narcotics unit attempted to make contact at their residence in the 6800 block of Dixon Street in Milton. A note was on the front door, saying to use the side door. While the narcotics unit went around to the side door, they observed the remnants of a meth lab near the back of the residence. Bert walked up the street, nding the narcotics unit at the house. He told authorities that he and his wife lived there. Bert was taken into custody. Authorities searched the man and found a small bag containing suspected methamphetamine. It was tested in the eld, which yielded a positive result. A search of the purchase history showed the husband and wife attempted to purchase 32 pseudoephedrine boxes in 2013. Pseudoephedrine is a controlled substance and a main ingredient in the manufacture of methamphetamine. Bert was booked into the Santa Rosa County jail and given a $71,000 bond. He is charged with two counts of drug possession, two counts of drug equipment possession, marijuana possession, and traf cking methamphetamine. Christen was arrested two days later and given a $47,000 bond. She was charged with marijuana possession, drug possession, two counts of drug equipment possession and trafcking methamphetamine. By JASON JANDURA 623-2120 jjandura@srpressgazette.com A Milton man was arrested by authorities this week after he allegedly set re to a kitchen by burning pizza boxes on an oven top, while he ransacked the home, according to a police report. The owner of a Gulf Breeze home returned to nd his house unlocked and full of smoke. He noticed differences in the way he left the residence, so he armed himself with a baseball bat from his bedroom. In the bedroom, he encountered 26-year-old Christopher Manning rummaging through personal items. The victim told authorities Manning said they went to high school together, but the victim did not recognize Manning at all. The homeowner said he felt threatened, left the residence and went to a neighbors house to call police. Authorities arrived and found the homeowner standing in the front yard with the baseball bat. He warned the of cer of the man who was still inside the house. The of cer advised the homeowner to stay outside as he entered the home with his duty weapon drawn. The of cer saw Manning, who was wearing only a pair of white shorts. Manning was ordered to put his hands up and get on the ground, in which he complied. Manning was asked if he had any weapons, and he reached towards his back pocket while he was lying on his stomach. The of cer advised him to not reach for anything. Manning was held there in that position until backup arrived. Backup arrived and placed Manning into custody. A utility knife was found during a search of his possessions. The 26-year-old had a cast on his right arm, so the handcuffs were placed around the index nger and thumb. The burglar told authorities that he was invited over for a pool party. Authorities noted in the report that there was no pool on the property. The of cers noticed a strong odor of alcohol on his breath. Of cers noticed there was a re extinguisher on an island countertop in the kitchen and it appeared that someone stopped the re. The home suffered an estimated $1,200 worth of damage to the stove, a suspended, over-the-stovetop microwave. Manning was taken to the Gulf Breeze Police Department for processing and paperwork and then transported to the Santa Rosa County jail where he was booked on three charges. He is charged with arson, criminal mischief and burglary. His bond is listed at $105,000. He provided his address in the 5800 block of Quietwood Drive in Milton. SRSO: Armed burglar starts re, waits for cops CHRISTOPHER MANNING Couple arrested, charged with traf cking meth CHRISTEN GILMORE BERT GILMORE By JASON JANDURA 623-2120 jjandura@srpressgazette.com A suspicious license plate spotted by authorities in East Milton led to the arrest of a construction worker this week after the traf c stop uncovered more, according to a Santa Rosa Sheriffs Of ce report. William Nolan, 35 of Harold, was driving westbound on Highway 90 in Milton. Deputy Andrew Stone ran the tag number of the blue Chevy pickup truck Nolan was driving. The tag number was assigned to another vehicle, a white Ford. The deputy pulled Nolan over at the intersection of Ross Street and Johnson Road. Nolan was advised why he was pulled over and was asked to show his identi cation and proof of insurance. Nolan told authorities he could not provide registration because the vehicle was not registered and the tag was from another vehicle. The 35-year-old had a license that had been suspended twice in July of this year for failure to pay traf c nes. Deputy Stone noticed there was a surgical clamp attached to the side of the seat. He asked Nolan if there was anything else in the vehicle that would get the man in trouble. Nolan responded, there was a marijuana cigarette in dash tray. The deputy retrieved the cigarette with the mans permission. Nolan was arrested and transported to the Santa Rosa County jail. He was charged with attaching tag not assigned, driving while license suspended, possession of marijuana and possession of paraphernalia. He was given a bond of $2,000. Suspicious license plate leads to drug charge Law Enforcement Like us on SANTA ROSA PRESS GAZETTE

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Local Santa Rosa’s Press Gazette| A7 Saturday, October 19, 2013 Her boyfriend, 28-year-old Alex Bryant, was at the kitchen sink, allegedly making methamphetamine. There was an open win dow above the sink, with a fan blowing air out of the building in the 4500 block of Bel leville Court, directly off of Hickory Ham mock Road. The report states there was a heavy chemical smell in the building. Bryant was told authorities were going to be called, so he left and exited the trailer. She asked him where the methamphetamine lab was, and he responded, “it’s in the green car that just left.” Bryant then bolted, running south to ward Hickory Hammock Road. Authorities arrived at the residence, dis covering methamphetamine-manufacturing materials. The strong odor was determined to be paper towels that had been soaked in camping fuel, which were discovered in a trash can. A check of Bryant’s background revealed that he had numerous purchases of pseudo ephedrine at multiple pharmacies during a four-month period of time. A warrant was issued for his arrest Oct. 8. Bryant was arrested and booked into the Santa Rosa County this week for possession of a listed chemical with the intent to manu facture a controlled substance. He was giv en a $10,500 bond. Milton, stating the county was lacking scientic evidence of any negative impact on the water table. The other complaint is referred to as “inverse condemnation,” or the taking of property rights. “I had certain nancial expec tations that I should have been able to retain,” Young said. “Now, I’m seeking whatever relief is available to me as part two of the Bert J. Harris act.” The Bert J. Harris act is Flor ida statue 70.001, pertaining to private property right protection. The law recognizes that “some laws, regulations, and ordinances of the state and political entities in the state, as applied, may inor dinately burden, restrict or limit private property rights without amounting to taking under the State Constitution or the United States Constitution.” Jones countered, stating the expansion of the East Milton well eld has been researched and go ing through a draft process for a number of years. The ordinance in question was established to pro tect citizens. The county did re search and weighed the affect the well eld expansion would have on a number of factors, one being economic impact. “The science we looked at and reviewed during the hearing was the same science that was before the county commissioners before enacting the ordinance,” Jones said. “That underscores the valid ity of the action the board took.” Concerns were raised by the public in a prior forum about drinking water issues with a C&D facility. After an all-day meeting, the two sides reached a resolution via a development order. If approved by the Board of County Commis sioners, Young would be able to excavate at the site. The two legal teams will be meeting to stamp out the specics of the potential deal that would relieve the county of pending litigation. Santa Rosa Soils LLC was orig inally permitted to dig the holes out to a maximum depth of 70-feetdeep. If the water table is found to be higher, they are required by law to keep a certain number of feet above the water table. The maxi mum depth is up for revision. But ultimately, the decision to allow or deny excavation of the property by the soil company is made by the Board of County Commissioners. There was no timeframe set in stone on the deal during the meet ing, but it was suggested that they strive for the sole county commis sion meeting in November. The two parties, however, did agree that they would reconvene Nov. 25 at 9 a.m. if they reach an impasse, according to Jones. The proposed C&D facil ity would have been located on a roughly 160 acre plot of land, which is currently landlocked, off of U.S. 90 and Jeff Ates Road in East Mil ton. The pit itself would consist of three “cells,” according to Young’s attorney, that would be construct ed over time. Essentially one pit would be dug and lled over time, until the next pit is needed, then it would be dug out and lined. 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WRECK from page A1 that point. Stacy ran out of a back door of the residence when she heard the authorities had been contacted. Deputies arrived and attempted to speak to Stacy, but she was uncooperative. Stacy was intoxicated, according to the report, and pulled away from paramedics on scene, who were attempting to treat her. The victims told authorities they were fearful of Stacy’s actions. Stacy also pushed away from the re sponding deputy’s patrol car. After she was taken into custody, Stacy attempted to kick and spit on the deputy from the back of a patrol car, report note. She was charged with two counts of battery and one count of resisting with violence. Stacy was given no bond. WOMAN from page A1

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S e arch care f ully b e caus e s ome wor ds are back war d or diagonal. mole cule is f orme d whe nev er t wo or more atoms join together T here are a lit tle more than 1 1 0 dif f ere n t eleme n ts in the univ ers e bu t they can c omb ine to f orm millions of dif f ere n t types of mole cules I n f act ne arly all of the mat t er you in t eract w ith e ach day is made of atoms that hav e c omb ine d w ith other atoms to f orm mole cules T his e dition of S h ort cu ts is spons ore d by the A toms F amily A wat er mole cule is cre at e d whe n t wo atoms of hydroge n are linke d w ith one atom of o xyge n. A mole cule of t ab le salt is cre at e d whe n one atom of s odium links to one atom of chlorine T he f orces that h ol d mole cules together are calle d “b onds ” T he t wo main types of b onds are “c o v ale n t ” b onds and “ionic” b onds I n c o v ale n t-b onde d mole cules the atoms share ele ctrons I n ionic-b onde d mole cules unst ab le atoms that re quire ele ctrons t ake them f rom other unst ab le atoms that are ab le to lo s e ele ctrons F or more inf ormation on mole cules che ck ou t thes e b ooks: “ A toms and Mole cules” by Phil R o xb e e-C o x (EDC P ub lishing) or “ Mole cules” by B onnie Juet tner (KidHav e n). www .sh ort cu tsc omic.c om 9/2 3 I t ’ s scar y h o w much we stick together C an you help this me chanic f ix the mole cular b ond? T his cartoon is a lit tle smallminde d Mole cular hydroge n (t wo hydroge n atoms b onde d together) is the mo st abundan t mole cule in the univ ers e Mole cules do not st and still. A single mole cule may rot at e b illions of times ev er y s ec o n d. G roup s of similar mole cules are hel d together by ele ctrical char ges calle d “v an der W aals f orces ” DN A is the b iggest type of mole cule A single DN A mole cule may c on t ain more than a b illion carb on atoms I t is impo ssib le to “s e e” mole cules b e caus e they are smaller than the wav ele ngths of v isib le ligh t A mole cule that is made of dif f ere n t eleme n ts is calle d a “c ompound ” A mole cule that is made of t wo atoms is calle d a “diatomic” mole cule W hat h ol ds a spy mole cule together? B onds James b onds W hat h ol ds mole cules together in the dump? Junk b onds W hat h ol ds a mole cule together in a bank? A sav ings b ond W hy was the atom ner vous af t er he joine d the mole cule? H e was ou t of his eleme n t STUDENT L O ANS AFFEC T CREDIT R A TING LIKE AN Y O THER L O AN DEAR BRUCE: I a tt end school and plan t o g r adua t e ne x t semest er I am w onder ing ho w m y studen t loan a ec ts m y cr edit r a ting -R.C., via email DEAR R.C: C ong r a tula tions on c ompleting y our under g r ad ua t e w or k Y our studen t loan, like ev er ything in y our hist or y has an e ec t on y our cr edit I f y ou meet y our pa ymen ts on time tha t will c er tainly speak w ell f or y ou and it will a ec t y our cr edit positiv ely I f y ou ar e car eless and get behind on y our pa ymen ts ob viously ther e will be damage S tuden t loans ar e just another nancial obliga tion, one tha t will per haps be with y ou a longer per iod of time Y ou should take a look and see wha t options ar e a v ailable in t er ms of r estruc tur ing y our studen t loans and ho w tha t will a ec t y our abilit y t o r epa y but don ’ t lose a lot of sleep o v er it Y ou ’ r e going in t o the r eal w or ld and ha ving obliga tions is par t of being in tha t w or ld I w ould g iv e ev er ything I ha v e if I c ould do it all o v er again. DEAR BRUCE: I f y ou win the lott er y do y ou ha v e t o pa y tax es on tha t win? -R eader via email DEAR READER: I w ould like t o see y ou win, but if y ou do y es y ou will ha v e t o pa y f eder al tax es and if ther e is a sta t e inc ome tax, tha t w ould ha v e t o be paid t oo I ha v e of t en w onder ed sinc e the odds ar e so incr edible against winning wh y y ou should not be able t o keep all the money if y ou win, but the go v er nmen t doesn ’ t see it tha t w a y A L ZHE I MER ’ S C AREG I VERS C AN F I ND THE I R O WN PEA C E Q: D id R o y R o gers ’ horse T rig ger ev er hav e a dier ent na me? -R.S., D ublin, C alif A: W hen he w as bor n in 1932, the gold en palomino w as chr ist ened G olden Cloud I n 1938, R o y R ogers w as look ing f or a horse f or an upc oming lm. A f t er a br ief r ide he k new the horse w as the one f or him. B esides getting a new o wner G olden Cloud also got a new name T r igger T r igger died in 1965 a t age 33. Q: W hen did Bab e R uth get his rst major league home run? -R. T ., P e oria, Ill A: On M a y 6, 1915, w ear ing a B ost on R ed S o x unif or m, “ T he Sultan of S w a t ” k nocked his rst of 714 r ound-tr ippers out of the stadium. T he opposing t eam? T he New Y or k Y ankees ** Q: W ithout lo ok ing c a n y ou na me the southernmost U.S. stat e c a pital? -M. A., W est P alm B each, F la. A: W ithout look ing I w ould sa y Hono lulu A f t er look ing I w ould sa y “ Y up ” DEAR DOCT OR K: I do m y b est t o c a r e for m y mother who has A lzheimer ’ s disease But I of t en fe el guilt y a nd frustr at e d C a n y ou help me cha nge m y outlo ok -for m y sak e a nd m y mother ’ s ? DEAR READER: F or tuna t ely I nev er had t o fac e the challenge tha t y ou fac e as m y par en ts both died while in full possession of their faculties But man y of m y pa tien ts and fr iends ar e e xper iencing wha t y ou ar e going thr ough. A nd like y ou they of t en f eel guilt y and judge themselv es harshly T he sad truth is tha t t oda y ther e is little an y one can do t o fully pr ev en t the slo w decline of someone aic t ed with A lzheimer ’ s A s I look a t the sta tus of r esear ch on the disease I ’ m an optimist I think some po w er ful w a y s t o pr ev en t and tr ea t the disease ma y w ell be disc o v er ed in the ne x t 20 t o 30 y ears A s a car eg iv er ther e is only so much y ou can do A nd ev en when y ou ’ r e doing ev er y thing r igh t a person who is not in her r igh t mind ma y not appr ecia t e wha t y ou ’ r e doing W hen tha t person is someone y ou lo v e tha t ’ s r eally har d t o deal with. I n her helpful new book “ M indfulness Suppor t f or A lzheimer ’ s C ar eg iv ers ” m y Har v ar d M edical S chool c olleague Dr G ail G az elle helps guide car eg iv ers back t o ph y sical and emotional health so tha t they can c on tinue t o car e f or their lo v ed ones while pr eser ving their o wn w ell-being Y ou can lear n mor e about the book and also or der it on m y w ebsit e: A skD oc t orK .c om. Dr G az elle o ers lots of pr ac tical advic e tips and e x er cises t o help y ou r efr ame y our though ts Y our cir cumstanc es migh t not change but y our abilit y t o c on tr ol the w a y y ou e xper ienc e y our cir cumstanc es can. Her e ar e a f ew e xamples: -Guilt W hen y our lo v ed one has A lzheimer ’ s the guilt can seem endless Y ou f eel guilt y tha t y ou don ’ t visit of t en enough, or tha t y ou don ’ t do enough. Y ou f eel guilt y about things tha t y ou did or didn ’ t do bef or e the disease t ook o v er W hen y ou e xper ienc e guilt ask y our self : I n wha t w a y s can I r eplac e m y guilt with a w ar eness of the good things tha t I ’ m doing f or m y lo v ed one? -T he pr esen t momen t Exper ienc e wha t ’ s happening r igh t no w without labeling or judg ing it D on ’ t dw ell on the past or w or r y about the futur e Enjo y the view fr om wher ev er y ou stand I t decr eases w or r y and str ess -M omen ts of jo y D ur ing the most tr ying times w e sometimes nd momen ts of jo y W ith A lzheimer ’ s such momen ts ma y be small but sig nican t: a smile of understanding Y our mother ’ s c ooper a tion while getting dr essed A car ess tha t takes y ou back t o ear lier y ears Hang on t o these momen ts b y keeping a jour nal descr ibing the times when y ou f eel a str ong sense of jo y D escr ibe wha t made the momen t so jo yful B e a sour c e of r eassur anc e and wha t y ou think ma y be happ y memor ies T ouch y our mother the w a y y ou alw a y s ha v e Sing a song she lo v ed and tr y t o get her t o join y ou W hen y ou r emind her of wha t she lo v ed y ou can br ing both of y ou a measur e of peac e

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LIFESTYLE www.srpressgazette.com Saturday, October 19, 2013 B Section Page 1 Peaceful easy feeling A dear friend of the Press Gazette has been in the hospital for what seems like more than a month. She had major surgery and is experiencing a lot of ups and downs. She was our typesetter for years. She is one of the nicest and most gentle souls Ive ever known. She has spent most of her life caring for her brother, who has a host of medical issues. She and I were working one late night together a long time ago. She told me about her husband and how he drowned in a diving accident when they had not been married for very long. I believe that was more than 20 years ago. She seemed to have such a peace about it and I found my thoughts wandering to her apparent con dence in Gods outcome for all of us. When Cheryl and I worked together at the Press Gazette, my desk used to be located by the front door. I was in a vantage point to see her greet customers and answer questions with a smile. Everyone seemed to know her, including her church family always important to her. She has always been a soft-spoken woman, smiling and not wanting to bother anyone. Shes lying in a hospital bed now and Ive been praying for her, but Im not sure what to pray for exactly. Do I pray that she makes a full recovery and continues to live her life as she did before she fell ill, even though she is going to continue to have physical challenges? Or do I pray for God to end her suffering? Im glad God has this one because I would not want to be responsible for such a decision. A mutual friend saw her today and said she is lying in her bed at Sacred Heart, whispering, heaven, heaven, heaven over and over so I think I know what she is praying to happen. I was home and alone a lot a couple of years ago. I spent much time thinking about the value we place on life and the great pain we suffer when we lose someone to death. If it were not for the immense love we have for another person, we would not suffer nearly as much. It made me think of my grandmother and how she lived alone when I was in my late twenties. She always wanted to talk with me and show me her owers, her sketches, and share her ice cream or roast with me. I had two small boys and I was preoccupied with my own life, but I made time for her when I could. Now that Im much older, I would have no problem sitting with her to learn what she wanted to share. And I did spend time with her. She told me a lot about our family and the history and where I got my blue eyes. So during my own time alone recently, I imagined I was an old person, at the end of my life and wanting to share things with the younger people in our family. I have to admit I wonder if I will become a burden and will the young grandsons who adore me now, have time for me in twenty years? Of course I have no idea what will happen by the time twenty more years pass. But I do know what I want for my friend. I pray for her to have peace. Where ever she is. LYNNE HOUGH Woman on the Edge 2013 Pace Patriot Homecoming SUBMITTED PHOTOS The 2013 Pace High Homecoming Queen is Miss Amy Russo (above) and the 2013 Pace High Homecoming King Mr. Tim Vincent (below). P hotos by BECKY BONDURANT| Special to the Press Gazette Nothing could be sweeter, than a win in front of a standing room only 2013 Pace Homecoming crowd. With only 6:12 on the clock during the rst quarter the Pace Patriots scored their rst touchdown of the night. The Patriots would continue to win their second game in a row, 31-17. Senior Austin Harris and Taz Anderson both had successful sacks. Junior Dillion Draugh was credited with nine tackles and Junior Quaide Weimerskirch rushed for 258 yards and added a touchdown for the Patriots. Brett Birmingham #30 a sophomore added 3 touchdowns along with Trey Steelmans seven kick points. The football stands were full of Patriot supporters who were ready to watch their football team defeat Ft. Walton Beach 31-17. Assistant Principal Herb Cannon said, This homecoming week has been awesome. This week is more than just about academics; it is about building unity and pride. Our students stepped up to make all the weeks special activities go smoothly. Freshman Hannah Holmes participates in the Pace Patriot Band Homecoming performance. Patriot Pride runs through every vein of the Otts family. Ronnie Otts played football for the Patriots and graduated in 1998, his wife Jennifer was a cheerleader and graduated in 1999. She is now a teacher at Pace Elementary where she prepares students to become a future Patriot. The Otts enjoyed visiting and reminiscing with former classmates and teammates during the alumni reception that was held during the rst half of the homecoming football game. The Otts children, Dean and Vivian will keep all the traditions alive within their family and will both be Pace Patriots. The crowd was on their feet as the Pace High Cheerleaders kept them all cheering for their Patriots. The Patriots won 31-17.

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B2 | Santa Rosas Press Gazette Saturday, October 19, 2013 In dysfunctional and ideologically driven Washington, it seems the only way to slow out-ofcontrol spending is with the debt ceiling votes. Republicans control only one-half of one-third of the government. The only leverage they have in imposing some form of scal sanity is their debt ceiling votes. All the posturing and rhetoric of Democrats and Republicans leading up to the deal remind me of a WWF wrestling match: lots of pre-match bluster with a predetermined outcome. It seems all the politicians want to do now is hit the pause button on all of this. Both sides are getting beat up in the polls. Obama said he would negotiate after he got his way, with full funding hardly a genuine proposal. It has been said negotiating with Obama is like playing chess with pigeons. They y in with great ceremony but wont make a move when its their turn. Then they leave, come back and knock over all the pieces, mess on the chess board and strut around like they won. Vladimir Putin felt that way dealing with Obama on NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden. We should listen to the clairvoyant Putin; he can predict with 100 percent certainty which of his political opponents will kill themselves in the coming weeks. The country is looking for down-the-road spending restraint that would cut the decit. We borrow 40 cents on every dollar we spend. We cannot keep borrowing money and just printing more. When you peer through the fog of political war going on in D.C., you see it is all about spending and the role of government in our lives. How much do we want, and what are we willing to spend for it? Obama is a diminished man; his approval numbers are at all-time lows. Republicans feel they can take him on, but Obamas political calculus says he can blame the shutdown on them. This conict is more about his ego than what is best for our country. This type of governmental dysfunction might make it hard to maintain Washingtons lofty 12 percent approval rating. Americans are tiring of the punitive nature of government and starting to realize just how little they miss government when it shuts down. Republicans seem disorganized. They should have tried to secure for taxpayers a reprieve from the 3.8 percent ObamaCare tax instead of attempting to delay the medical device tax. They should have better tied to the spending bill Obama exempting unions, big business and congressional staffers from ObamaCare. Yet, I feel for Speaker John Boehner; controlling the disparate factions of the Republican Party must be hard. Add that to dealing with the slippery Dingy Harry Reid, and getting a deal must be like trying to gift wrap an octopus. Senate Majority Leader Reid can do what he wants with his lapdog, lemming-like liberals. They vote as he directs and are more about power and politics than original thought. The Democrats are monolithic, raised in the power of a political machine and trained not to cross it. Harry Reids reign over them is like Weekend at Bernies; he puts a hat and sunglasses on them and drags them where he wants, for any reason he wants. Part of the problem is that, when we have debt ceiling issues and shutdowns, spending priorities are pushed to the President and away from Congress. Congress needs to regain control of funding Americas priorities. We should not want Obamas punitive, crony-based spending priorities in place; we should demand sensible ones. I say we put Republican Rep. Paul Ryan and Democrat Oprah Winfrey in a room and let them hammer out a deal. With his widows peak that is sharper than a scalpel, Ryan could cut the budget. And Oprah, who decided to cancel shows and re people at her Oprah Winfrey Network, has shown she will not decit spend forever in hopes of spurring growth that does not materialize. In an attempt to slither out of this problem of their own making, the two sides are now talking about funding government through the holidays. That way members of the Obama administration can get in a holiday mood and draw names for their Secret Santa gift exchanges. There is a $20 spending limit on gifts, but they are likely to go $7 trillion over budget. Ron Hart can be reached at Ron@ RonaldHart.com or visit www.RonaldHart.com. Everyone wants to make their mark on the world, to make a difference in a way that their impact will be felt for years after they are gone. I believe one of the best ways to do this is to create a legacy of giving by instilling the spirit of giving in our children. Though this might not be something that will get us a statue in our honor, a building with our name on it, or national recognition; it is something that is guaranteed to make an impact well beyond our imagination. A legacy is something that is handed down or remains from a previous generation of time. Think about how incredible our community and our world could be if we instilled a spirit of giving into our children that cultivated a generation of givers. So if we agree on the concept, what does that look like? It doesnt mean that every time there is a fundraiser, we give our kids money to donate so they know what it means to give. It starts with teaching them the importance of giving. And not just nancial giving, but giving of their time through volunteering and giving of their hearts through advocating for others. When we teach children the importance of giving and engage them in their communities they begin to feel empowered that they can make a difference no matter how small they are. That empowerment is the key to children staying engaged in their communities and becoming responsible citizens. After teaching children the importance of giving we must show them what it looks like to have a spirit of giving and that they can give to others in many ways. In small actions like holding the door for someone when their hands are full, returning something that they saw someone drop, sharing their supplies with a kid in class that doesnt have any, or standing up for a classmate that is being picked on. In larger ways by participating in a charity walk with the family that raises money and awareness for a cause, collecting canned goods for families that might not have a holiday meal, or collecting cards for someone at school who has been sick. These are all great examples of actions that exemplify the spirit of giving, but the biggest action we can take is to lead by example. Even if you do not have children, there are children watching you. Children are like sponges, and they look to adults all around them to learn how to live their lives. They are soaking it all in; our actions and our words. This is why the concept of leading by example is so important to cultivating a generation of givers. If they do not see our words in action the spirit of giving will be lost. I encourage everyone to create a legacy of giving by instilling the spirit of giving in the children in their lives, by teaching, leading and cultivating that spirit. If we do this we will be amazed at the outcome and impact to our families and our community. RON HAR T The Hart Beat KRISTEN LOERA Living the United Way Working forests work for our communities and economy. Most people intuitively recognize that woodlands ll a vast array of needs, from jobs and products to wildlife habitats and water recharge areas. They do not, however, understand the importance of active, competitive markets in keeping lands forested and operational. Perhaps the most agrant example of this principle being overlooked is the criteria that the U.S. Green Building Council has developed for its Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design standards. LEED only awards points for wood that has been certied by the Forest Stewardship Council. The problem in Florida is that merely 120 acres of the 16.1 million acres of forestland in the state are certied under FSC. In contrast, almost 3 million acres are certied by the American Tree Farm System and the Sustainable Forestry Initiative collectively. Economically, LEEDs criteria create a bad deal for Floridas woodland owners, producers and its consumers. By monopolizing the market through its exclusionary policies, LEED narrows opportunities for Florida woodland owners and producers, making it harder for them to remain competitive. It reduces the demand for Florida wood, while benetting those growing and producing timber elsewhere. The decreased demand for Florida wood negatively affects prices and prots, making it more difcult for Florida landowners to maintain their forests. At the same time, LEED drives up prices for consumers by requiring green building projects to use FSC-certied wood. Most FSCcertied wood comes from other states or foreign countries and is more expensive. LEED also adversely affects green spaces and the environment. When forest owners nd themselves forced to develop their land into more protable uses, wildlife loses habitat; the air loses its natural lters; our water supply loses areas for recharge and storage; and people lose opportunities for recreation and natural scenic beauty. In short, the standards represent a lose-lose situation for everyone except FSC. This year, Gov. Rick Scott and the Florida legislature took an enormous step toward leveling the playing eld and increasing competition in the marketplace by giving public agencies more exibility to use wood certied by other programs for building projects. This means all wood is treated equally when our tax dollars are used to build public facilities like parks, community centers, and schools. When it comes to public projects, Florida woodland owners and producers are now given a fair chance to compete. Our ght is not over, however. Many private projects also seek the LEED stamp of approval. Inequality still exists in this sector, causing contractors to look to other states or foreign countries for FSC-certied wood to complete structures with the LEED designation. Working forests work. Like other businesses and industries, they thrive in a freemarket system. The Florida Forestry Association, its members and staff will continue to advocate for equality in this vital arena. I hope that others who appreciate and enjoy our states forests will join us. Lynetta Usher Griner was elected as president of FFA in 2012. She and her husband, Ken, began working in her familys timber business after her brothers death in 1989. Under their leadership, Usher Land & Timber Inc. has been honored as the Logger of the Year on the state and national level and has also received Audubons Sustainable Forestry Award. This year, they were recognized for their exceptional natural resource stewardship with a County Alliance for Responsible Environmental Stewardship award. Debt ceiling the only mechanism to control spending Instill a spirit of giving in children OpinionLeveling the LEED playing eld LYNETTA GRINER

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Local B4 | Santa Rosa’s Press Gazette Saturday, October 19, 2013 By BECKY BONDURANT Special to the Press Gazette beckysrpgsports@yahoo.co m The Florida Division of Forestry provided sawmill operation demonstrations during the 10th Annual Munson Heritage Festival held on the grounds of the Krul Recreation Area in Munson. The sawmill which was purchased in 1989 by Mr. Norman Riley, who resides in the Blackwater River State Forest, used it for his own personal operations until he donated it in 2009 to the Florida Forest Service to be used at the Heritage Festival and other events. It was Riley’s desire that the area’s rich heritage of logging and lumber production could be observed and preserved for generations. The sawmill was originally purchased and put into operation in the mid 1950s in Baldwin County Alabama, by Mr. Ray Giles. Giles and his sons cut timber and produced lumber with the mill for over 35 years. The original mill was purchased with all wood parts, but Giles and his sons replaced those parts with metal improvements. Two major hurricanes made landfall in their area during that time period and left massive timber damage that the Giles cut into lumber. The saw mill which is now called the Riley Sawmill, is powered by a General Motors diesel truck motor. The left handed cut has a circular 48 inch blade with 52 carbine teeth. The blade turns at 600 rpms and can cut logs with the dimensions up to ten feet long and up to a 22 inch diameter. During the Annual Munson Heritage Festival the saw mill as well as a grist mill, cane press and more demonstrations are available for viewing and recollecting the heritage of our area. Over 90 vendors were on the grounds to provide a fun weekend of arts, crafts, music, food, art, and heritage of the Munson Community. Festival Secretary Justin Rowell stated, “The festival was great with approximately 5000 visitors through the park. We want to thank everyone who came out.” The festival is held annually during the second weekend of October. SPECIAL TO THE PRESS GAZETTE “Sunrise” Kiwanis volunteered for the fourth year at the Munson Heritage Festival with the help of the Kiwanis Key Club of Central School. The Key Club volunteers were Kevin Arant, Amanda Griswold, Olivia Blue, Shanne Odom, Kaeley Payne, and a special new friend Justin Lewis. Only two of the Key Club volunteers are pictured above. “Sunrise” Kiwanis and the Munson Heritage Festival, that raises money for the community, had a good volunteer turnout from Milton High School also, with ve of the volunteers pictured here. The Heritage Festival is the second weekend of October every year and is great family entertainment with music, food, crafts, and a look at the method of living long ago in the County. 10th annual festival offers sawmill demos SPECIAL TO THE PRESS GAZETTE KIWANIS VOLUNTEER AT MUNSON FESTIVAL

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www.srpressgazette.com Saturday, October 19, 2013 B Page 5 Section SPORTS By BECKY BONDURANT Special to the Press Gazette beckysrpgsports@yahoo.com Playing both ways on the football is nothing to senior Jarred Hunt. Jarred a two year starter for the Jay Royals plays both defensive end as well as on the offensive line. Hunt, a senior at Jay also competes in track and eld. Last spring, he qualied for regionals in the shot put and has aspirations of doing that again this season and even going further. The son of Richard and Jerenda Hunt loves football. Hunt got his football start at the PARA in Pace. He attended Pace High before moving to Jay. He has visited and is planning on playing football for Faulkner University in Montgomery, Al. I am so excited to think about playing football at the next level. It is going to be much more intense with bigger crowds and bigger athletes, shared Hunt. Jay Varsity Football Coach Kent Smith stated, Jarred plays every down. He plays hard. He is a great student as well. Hunt makes good grades in the classroom; jokingly he admits that Spanish is not his best subject. His outlook on the classroom and life is the same attitude that he plays with on the football eld. I give everything Ive got and I know my team is doing the same, said Hunt. The favorite part of the game for Hunt is when he gets to sack the quarterback. He said, A successful sack gives me so much energy. Critiquing his own game, Hunt considers what he needs to improve on and responds that he would like to improve squeezing while on defense. Hunt quickly responds to who he considers his teams biggest rival, Baker High School. I know they are going to play hard against us, and we are going to return the effort on our end to give them a competitive game, replied Hunt. Minnesota Vikings Adrian Peterson is Hunts favorite player. He admires how Peterson has stayed focused on his game even through great adversity. Hunt, gives everything he has to the game he loves as well. Jay Royal: Jarred Hunt #54 BECKY BONDURANT | Special to the Press Gazette Jay Senior Jarred Hunt plays defensive end and offensive line for the Royals. Football PROFILE Southern Raceway in Milton, Fla., has resigned with the NeSmith Chevrolet Old Mans Garage Weekly Racing Series Late Models and added the NeSmith Performance Parts Street Stock Division for the 2014 season. Drivers each division will compete for both a National and Weekly point fund. The current Hobby Division at Southern Raceway will become the NeSmith Performance Street Stock Division for the 27week 2014 season. In both the NeSmith Chevrolet Old Mans Garage Weekly Racing Series Late Model Division and the NeSmith Performance Parts Street Stock Division, drivers will count their best 14 weekly point totals. Were excited already for 2014 by sanctioning with the NeSmith Chevrolet Old Mans Garage Weekly Racing Series for Late Models and adding the NeSmith Performance Parts Street Stock Division for next season, Southern Raceway Technical Director Buddy Miller said. I believe in being under a sanction, and I really like how NeSmith Racing does things. Miller said both the competitors in each Division and the track ownership is excited about their continued relationship with NeSmith Racings and adding the NeSmith Performance Street Stock Division for 2014. I got one of the Southern Raceway owners to go through the pit area with me recently to talk to the drivers and see how excited they are about the sanction with NeSmith Racing, and now he is excited too, Miller said. We have several guys that are already building new NeSmith Performance Parts Street Stock Division for the 2014 season. Southern Raceway joins a growing list of tracks in the NeSmith Performance Parts Street Stock Division. Tracks that were sanctioned during the 2013 season were Jackson Motor Speedway in Jackson, MS, Magnolia Motor Speedway in Columbus, MS, Why not Motorsports Park in Meridian, MS, Hattiesburg Motorsports Park in Hattiesburg, MS, St. Tammany Raceway in Lacombe, LA, Moulton Speedway in Moulton, AL, Green Valley Speedway in Glencoe, AL, and Talladega Short Track in Eastaboga, AL. Having a common set of rules gives Street Stock competitors the option of racing at any NeSmith Performance Parts Street Stock Division sanctioned track without having to make any changes to their race cars. They can also compete in the Mississippi Street Stock Series touring races. MSSS has adopted the NeSmith Performance Parts Street Stock Division rules. The NeSmith Performance Parts Street Stock Division rules also give competitors the option to save money on their engine costs by using the $3,195 Chevrolet Performance 602 Crate Engine that is built and sealed at the factory to prevent any expensive modi cations. The Chevrolet Performance 602 Crate Engine proved to be a very competitive in 2013 with ve of the top 10 drivers in the 2013 NeSmith Performance Parts Street Stock Division point standings using the economical engine with 14 wins among them. The engine is in stock and available for free next day delivery anywhere in the Southeast from NeSmith Chevrolet in Claxton, GA. To place an order call Tim Bland at 1-877-497-3624. The top three drivers in the 2013 NeSmith Performance Parts Street Stock Division point standings represented three different states. Trey Bright of Coker, AL is the 2013 NeSmith Performance Parts Street Stock Division National Champion, Kevin Spears of Fayette, AL was the National Championship Runner-Up, and Calvin Cook of Pace, FL nished third. The 2013 NeSmith Chevrolet Old Mans Garage Weekly Racing Series National Champion Noah Daspit of Kiln, MS picked up one of his 15 wins this season at Southern Raceway on his way to the $10,000 title. For more information and rules about the NeSmith Chevrolet Old Mans Garage Weekly Racing Series Late Models and the NeSmith Performance Parts Street Stock Division, visit the series all-new web site at www.nesmithracing. com, or visit the series on Facebook at NeSmith Racing. Becoming a fan of the NeSmith Racing Facebook page will make you eligible for special prizes that will be given away each month. You can follow us on Twitter @NeSmithRacing. A-FLIGHT TIE 1ST PLACE +2 ROD MANNING BOBBY HENSON PATRICK MCCRARY TIE 4TH PLACE EVEN BOB BARBAREE TOMMY COUCHMAN B-FLIGHT 1ST PLACE +9 GEORGE HITCHCOCK 2ND PLACE +5 MERLEY CLARKE 3RD PLACE +4 GORDY CLARKE 4TH PLACE +2 LARRY STEELMAN U-6 SOCCER STANDINGS Thru October 12, 2013 Win Loss Tie Points East League Bullets 7 0 1 17 Tankers 5 1 2 13 Rockets 3 3 1 8 Strikers 0 7 0 0 West League Choppers 6 2 0 16 Fighters 4 3 0 10 Turbos 3 5 0 7 Pilots 0 7 0 0 U-8 SOCCER STANDINGS Thru October 12, 2013 East League Rowdies 7 0 0 17 Pacers 4 1 2 10 Tigers 3 3 2 9 Warriors 2 5 0 5 West League Sharks 3 4 1 9 Eagles 3 4 1 8 Heat 2 4 1 7 Bombers 2 5 1 6 U-10 SOCCER STANDINGS Thru October 12, 2013 East League Galaxy 7 0 17 Vipers 5 2 12 Rapids 1 6 3 Dynamo 0 7 0 West League Twisters 6 1 16 Chargers 4 3 9 Hurricanes 3 4 7 Timbers 2 5 3 U-12 SOCCER STANDINGS Thru October 12, 2013 Cosmos 7 0 0 20 Arsenal 5 12 0 15 Knights 4 3 0 11 United 3 4 0 8 Flyers 2 5 0 6 Patriots 0 7 0 0 U-14 SOCCER STANDINGS Thru October 12, 2013 Comets 3 2 0 9 Lakers 3 1 0 9 Barracudas 2 2 0 6 Lightning 2 3 0 6 Strikers 1 3 0 3 Point System for Soccer Stats Victory for inside league: 3 points (all leagues) Victory for outside league: 2 points (all leagues) Tie: U6 & U8 1point NO ties in U11 and U14 Shoot Outs in U14: Inside League: 2 points Outside League: 1 point Gospel Projects YAC Southern Raceway resigns with NeSmith Chevrolet and adds NeSmith Street Stocks for 2014 Red Box Oct. 17, 2013 Flight A Net 1. Pat Bowers & Liz Giles 2. Melanie Duvall & Joanne Kelley 3. Bonnie Cook & Dot Collins Chip-Ins Bonnie Cook #9 Liz Giles #9 Joanne Quesinberry #10 Birdies Bonnie Cook #9 Sandy Pars Audrey Belanger #15 Nancy Welch #15 Stonebrook Ladies Golf Ringerboard Dog ght at Stonebrook

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ClassifiedsB10 | Santa Rosa’s Press Gazette Saturday, October 19, 2013 Police Ocer„ FL Certied (registered being established for the City of Milton)For requirements contact: Captain Anthony Tindell @ 983-5420. Applications can be downloaded from our website: www.ci.milton..us. Minorities applicants are encouraged to apply. EOE/Tobacco Free & Drug Free Workplace. (850) 983-5400 Fax (850) 983-5469 $30,534.40 Annually HELP WANTED 6015731 6014389 Casey's NurseryFall Clearance SalePlant Now 3851 Avalon Blvd | 850-632-8109 M-F 9-5 € SAT9-3 Fruit Trees Camellias 20% OFF Roses, Holly's Trees 50% OFFMany more Speicals Order Pecan, Fruit Trees & Roses NOW for Spring! 8601536 8600311 ALLIED FARMS 626-8578 !"" #$ %& '$ '$( NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT US BANK CUST TRC SPE LLC holder of the following Tax Sale Certificate has filed said Tax Certificate for the Tax Deed to be issued thereon. The Certificate Number and year of Issuance, the Description of property, and Name(s) in which it is assessed is as follows: Certificate Number: 6763 Year of Issuance: 2010 Description of Property: COM AT NW COR OF SEC 39-1S-27W, TH S 00*06’48” E 268.59’ TO N R/W OF GORDAN EVANS RD, TH S 50*50’34” E 97.35’ TO POB, TH CONT 70.50’, TH N 39*09’26” E 150’, TH N 50*50’34” W 70.50’, TH S 39*09’26” W 150’ TO POB, AS DES IN OR BK 2585 PG 73 Parcel ID: 39-1S-27-0000-01717-000 0 Name in which Assessed: ADAM J TEICHNER JULIE A TEICHNER All of the above property is located in Santa Rosa County, In the State of Florida. Unless such certificate shall be redeemed according to Law, the Property described in such Certificate will be sold to the Highest Bidder, at the east end lobby of the County Administrative Complex at 6495 Caroline St., Milton, Florida on the 4th day of November, 2013 at 12:00 noon. Dated this the 24th day of September, 2013. Donald C. Spencer Clerk of the Circuit Court of Santa Rosa County, Florida By: DEBBIE LAWSON Deputy Clerk 9/28, 10/5, 10/12, & 10/19/2013 9/1461 9/1449 NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT SANTA ROSA COUNTY holder of the following Tax Sale Certificate has filed said Tax Certificate for the Tax Deed to be issued thereon. The Certificate Number and year of Issuance, the Description of property, and Name(s) in which it is assessed is as follows: Certificate Number: 6536 Year of Issuance: 2011 Description of Property: LT 127 BLK A, EAST BAY HEIGHTS, AS DES IN OR 2692 PG 838 Parcel ID: 19-2S-27-1010-00A00-127 0 Name in which Assessed: BRAD N WILSON KATHRYN L WILSON DOROTHY STEARNS All of the above property is located in Santa Rosa County, In the State of Florida. Unless such certificate shall be redeemed according to Law, the Property described in such Certificate will be sold to the Highest Bidder, at the east end lobby of the County Administrative Complex at 6495 Caroline St., Milton, Florida on the 4th day of November, 2013 at 12:00 noon. Dated this the 24th day of September, 2013. Donald C. Spencer Clerk of the Circuit Court of Santa Rosa County, Florida By: DEBBIE LAWSON Deputy Clerk 9/28, 10/5, 10/12, & 10/19/2013 9/1449 9/1452 NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT WILLIAM OR CAROL CALFEE holder of the following Tax Sale Certificate has filed said Tax Certificate for the Tax Deed to be issued thereon. The Certificate Number and year of Issuance, the Description of property, and Name(s) in which it is assessed is as follows: Certificate Number: 2648 Year of Issuance: 2011 Description of Property: LT 5 BLK X, CHAFFIN ADD, LESS THAT PART OF LT 5 FOUND IN FJ CASE #79-C-11 GRANTING PART OF LT 5 TO MADELINE COLLINS & LESS S 70 FT AS DES IN OR 637 PGS 766, 767, 768 Parcel ID: 34-2N-28-0570-00X00-005 0 Name in which Assessed: MARIA SMITH EST All of the above property is located in Santa Rosa County, In the State of Florida. Unless such certificate shall be redeemed according to Law, the Property described in such Certificate will be sold to the Highest Bidder, at the east end lobby of the County Administrative Complex at 6495 Caroline St., Milton, Florida on the 4th day of November, 2013 at 12:00 noon. Dated this the 24th day of September, 2013. Donald C. Spencer Clerk of the Circuit Court of Santa Rosa County, Florida By: DEBBIE LAWSON Deputy Clerk 9/28, 10/5, 10/12, & 10/19/2013 9/1452 9/1450 NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT DANIEL PITTMAN holder of the following Tax Sale Certificate has filed said Tax Certificate for the Tax Deed to be issued thereon. The Certificate Number and year of Issuance, the Description of property, and Name(s) in which it is assessed is as follows: Certificate Number: 100 Year of Issuance: 2011 Description of Property: S 264 FT OF N 1056 FT OF E2 OF SE4 OF SW4, 5-3N-26W Parcel ID: 05-3N-26-0000-00900-000 0 Name in which Assessed: BESSIE PAYNE CARVER SYLVIAN S CARVER All of the above property is located in Santa Rosa County, In the State of Florida. Unless such certificate shall be redeemed according to Law, the Property described in such Certificate will be sold to the Highest Bidder, at the east end lobby of the County Administrative Complex at 6495 Caroline St., Milton, Florida on the 4th day of November, 2013 at 12:00 noon. Dated this the 24th day of September, 2013. Donald C. Spencer Clerk of the Circuit Court of Santa Rosa County, Florida By: DEBBIE LAWSON Deputy Clerk 9/28, 10/5, 10/12, & 10/19/2013 9/1450 9/1451 NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT WILLIAM OR CAROL CALFEE holder of the following Tax Sale Certificate has filed said Tax Certificate for the Tax Deed to be issued thereon. The Certificate Number and year of Issuance, the Description of property, and Name(s) in which it is assessed is as follows: Certificate Number: 836 Year of Issuance: 2011 Description of Property: PROPERTY DESCRIBED IN OR BOOK 2933 PAGE 1861 Parcel ID: 03-1N-28-2530-09100-009 5 Name in which Assessed: PHYLLIS D DUNCAN ESTATE All of the above property is located in Santa Rosa County, In the State of Florida. Unless such certificate shall be redeemed according to Law, the Property described in such Certificate will be sold to the Highest Bidder, at the east end lobby of the County Administrative Complex at 6495 Caroline St., Milton, Florida on the 4th day of November, 2013 at 12:00 noon. Dated this the 24th day of September, 2013. Donald C. Spencer Clerk of the Circuit Court of Santa Rosa County, Florida By: DEBBIE LAWSON Deputy Clerk 9/28, 10/5, 10/12, & 10/19/2013 9/1451 9/1457 NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT US BANK CUST TRC SPE LLC holder of the following Tax Sale Certificate has filed said Tax Certificate for the Tax Deed to be issued thereon. The Certificate Number and year of Issuance, the Description of property, and Name(s) in which it is assessed is as follows: Certificate Number: 1625 Year of Issuance: 2010 Description of Property: PROPERTY DESCRIBED IN OR BOOK 2220 PAGE 923 Parcel ID: 13-1N-29-0000-00436-000 0 Name in which Assessed: J D HEMBREE All of the above property is located in Santa Rosa County, In the State of Florida. Unless such certificate shall be redeemed according to Law, the Property described in such Certificate will be sold to the Highest Bidder, at the east end lobby of the County Administrative Complex at 6495 Caroline St., Milton, Florida on the 4th day of November, 2013 at 12:00 noon. Dated this the 24th day of September, 2013. Donald C. Spencer Clerk of the Circuit Court of Santa Rosa County, Florida By: DEBBIE LAWSON Deputy Clerk 9/28, 10/5, 10/12, & 10/19/2013 9/1457 9/1454 NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT WILLIAM HUDGENS holder of the following Tax Sale Certificate has filed said Tax Certificate for the Tax Deed to be issued thereon. The Certificate Number and year of Issuance, the Description of property, and Name(s) in which it is assessed is as follows: Certificate Number: 612 Year of Issuance: 2009 Description of Property: PROPERTY DESCRIBED IN OR BOOK 2381 PAGE 2040 Parcel ID: 05-1N-27-0000-00235-000 0 Name in which Assessed: JACKSON FAMILY TRUST All of the above property is located in Santa Rosa County, In the State of Florida. Unless such certificate shall be redeemed according to Law, the Property described in such Certificate will be sold to the Highest Bidder, at the east end lobby of the County Administrative Complex at 6495 Caroline St., Milton, Florida on the 4th day of November, 2013 at 12:00 noon. Dated this the 24th day of September, 2013. Donald C. Spencer Clerk of the Circuit Court of Santa Rosa County, Florida By: DEBBIE LAWSON Deputy Clerk 9/28, 10/5, 10/12, & 10/19/2013 9/1454 9/1460 NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT US BANK CUST TRC SPE LLC holder of the following Tax Sale Certificate has filed said Tax Certificate for the Tax Deed to be issued thereon. The Certificate Number and year of Issuance, the Description of property, and Name(s) in which it is assessed is as follows: Certificate Number: 3990 Year of Issuance: 2010 Description of Property: LT 5 BLK 30, NAVARRE, AS DES IN OR 1609 PG 1882 ALONG WITH 1/2 ADJOINING VACATED ALLEY AS DES IN OR 1842 PG 75 LESS 3/4 MIN RTS Parcel ID: 21-2S-26-2710-03000-005 0 Name in which Assessed: ERIC EDWARD CACHO All of the above property is located in Santa Rosa County, In the State of Florida. Unless such certificate shall be redeemed according to Law, the Property described in such Certificate will be sold to the Highest Bidder, at the east end lobby of the County Administrative Complex at 6495 Caroline St., Milton, Florida on the 4th day of November, 2013 at 12:00 noon. Dated this the 24th day of September, 2013. Donald C. Spencer Clerk of the Circuit Court of Santa Rosa County, Florida By: DEBBIE LAWSON Deputy Clerk 9/28, 10/5, 10/12, & 10/19/2013 9/1459 NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT US BANK CUST TRC SPE LLC holder of the following Tax Sale Certificate has filed said Tax Certificate for the Tax Deed to be issued thereon. The Certificate Number and year of Issuance, the Description of property, and Name(s) in which it is assessed is as follows: Certificate Number: 3951 Year of Issuance: 2010 Description of Property: S 75 FT OF N 1360 FT OF LT UU, CRESCENT SHORES, BEING PARCEL 1 BLK B OF UNREC SUB AS DES IN OR 1195 PG 778 Parcel ID: 21-2S-26-0780-0UU23-000 0 Name in which Assessed: MICHAEL H THOMPSON BARBARA F THOMPSON All of the above property is located in Santa Rosa County, In the State of Florida. Unless such certificate shall be redeemed according to Law, the Property described in such Certificate will be sold to the Highest Bidder, at the east end lobby of the County Administrative Complex at 6495 Caroline St., Milton, Florida on the 4th day of November, 2013 at 12:00 noon. Dated this the 24th day of September, 2013. Donald C. Spencer Clerk of the Circuit Court of Santa Rosa County, Florida By: DEBBIE LAWSON Deputy Clerk 9/28, 10/5, 10/12, & 10/19/2013 9/1459 9/1462 NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT US BANK CUST TRC SPE LLC holder of the following Tax Sale Certificate has filed said Tax Certificate for the Tax Deed to be issued thereon. The Certificate Number and year of Issuance, the Description of property, and Name(s) in which it is assessed is as follows: Certificate Number: 7229 Year of Issuance: 2010 Description of Property: LTS 10,11,12,13,26,27,28,29,30,31, BLK 722, AVALON BEACH, AS DES IN OR 2387 PG 152 Parcel ID: 40-1N-28-0090-72200-010 0 Name in which Assessed: GERTRUDE A GARDNER ESTATE All of the above property is located in Santa Rosa County, In the State of Florida. Unless such certificate shall be redeemed according to Law, the Property described in such Certificate will be sold to the Highest Bidder, at the east end lobby of the County Administrative Complex at 6495 Caroline St., Milton, Florida on the 4th day of November, 2013 at 12:00 noon. Dated this the 24th day of September, 2013. Donald C. Spencer Clerk of the Circuit Court of Santa Rosa County, Florida By: DEBBIE LAWSON Deputy Clerk 9/28, 10/5, 10/12, & 10/19/2013 9/1462 LOOKING FOR PAUL CAINE PLEASE CALL JAN AT 330-658-3812 I lost my grandaddy’s oak walking stick at Gabberts peanut festival Saturday. It means very much to me and I am willing to pay a small reward for its return. Please call 8507236919 if you have it. Thank you, terry Simmons Auction Bank Owned Property -Bland County, Virginia. 425+/-acres offered in 13 tracts. 5,500+/ sq ft custom “Rocky Mountain Log Home,” additional brick bi-level home, horse barn, 2 ponds and great views, plus 405+/-acres joining National Forest. 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This reporter’s primary responsibility is to cover breaking news and handle general assignment stories as needed for Milton and the surrounding communities in Santa Rosa County, while working in a deadline-driven environment. Responsibilities also include shooting photographs, posting breaking news to the website and utilizing social media. We are a small office, this is a key position and we are looking for someone with a strong work ethic. Applicants should have strong written, verbal and digital communication skills; news reporting experience; resourcefulness and respect for journalistic principles. May be required to work weekends and evenings. If you have what it takes, send a letter, resume and work samples to EHypes@nwfdai lynews.com Web ID#: 34269372 IT Office Manager ELEAD1ONE has an exciting opportunity for an experienced Office Manager to join our company in the Niceville/Destin area. Do you enjoy a fast-paced environment? 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Bids are to be sealed and clearly labeled "BID NAVARRE BEACH MAINLAND WATER MAIN REHABILITATION PROJECT". Bids received after this time will be rejected and returned to the bidder unopened. Project documents may be inspected at the Santa Rosa County Procurement Department, 6495 Caroline Street Suite G, Milton, Florida 32570, and the Santa Rosa County Engineering Department, 6051 Old Bagdad Highway Suite 300, Milton, FL 32583. Specications may be secured from the Santa Rosa County Procurement ofce at a non refundable cost of $25.00 per CD. Telephone number (850) 983-1870 A pre-bid conference will be held at 10:00 a.m. local time on November 14, 2013 at the Navarre Beach Water and Sewer Department, 1411 Utility Drive, Navarre Beach FL 32561. Questions concerning this project should be directed to Joe Klaus at CH2MHILL. (850) 438-2740 extension 59139 The Board of County Commissioners reserves the right to waive informalities in bids, to reject any or all bids with or without cause, and to accept the bid that in its judgment is in the best interest of Santa Rosa County, Florida. Santa Rosa County Board of County Commissioners encourages all segments of the business community to participate in its procurement opportunities, including small businesses, minority/women owned businesses, and disadvantaged business enterprises. The Board does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, national ori gin, disability, sex, or age in the administration of contracts. By order of the Board of County Commissioners of Santa Rosa County, Florida NOTICE TO BIDDERS NAVARRE BEACH MAINLAND WATER MAIN REHABILITATION



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By JASON JANDURA623-2120 jjandura@srpressgazette.com The county staved off a lawsuit for now after a special magistrate was brought in to mediate a dispute between a soil company and the county, spurred by an ordinance that blocked a proposed construction and debris landll in East Milton. Santa Rosa Soils LLC acquired an attorney and is seeking an agreement with the county regarding a dirt pit planned at the same location where C&D facility was planned earlier this year. The C&D facility was originally permitted in January 2008, but the owners failed to renew the permit. The county commission stepped forward after the permit expired and extended a well eld protection area in East Milton to include the original area planned for the facility. The C&D company, Bluewater Holdings, SRC Inc., has led a complaint with the county regarding their actions. Special Magistrate James Wilson acted as a mediator between citizens, pertaining to property owners and county ordinances under the Florida Land Use and Environmental Act on Tuesday. Wilson said the two parties were present to discuss the issues, as well as give the public an opportunity to speak. This provided an opportunity to discuss an issue in depth before pursuing a lawsuit. In February of this year, the Board of County Commissioners denied Bluewater Holdings, SRC Inc. a permit to build after the annual federal permit with the Department of Environmental Protection was not renewed, according to county ofcials. They also say Bluewater Holdings, SRC Inc. did not secure an $871,000 bond that would cover closure and cleanup of the rst disposal area. In March, the county expanded a well eld protection area in East Milton, which included the area of the proposed C&D site. Now the owner of Santa Rosa Soils LLC, Jim Young, is seeking compensation for 18 million cubic yards of dirt that was at stake by digging the areas out and selling the dirt, soil and sand. Young estimated the loss at $18 million. He holds the rights for the subsurface ground, according to county ofcials. Im here for resolution, Young said during the hearing. One hundred percent of the value of my rights was taken by the ordinance. One argument made in the mediation is that Santa Rosa County essentially overreached its legislative authority by expanding a well eld protection area in East By JASON JANDURA623-2120 jjandura@srpressgazette.com An East Milton woman returned home one day last week to an unfamiliar, green car parked behind her residence with two people inside she did not know. When she entered her house, she smelled a chemical odor, according to a Santa Rosa Sheriffs Ofce report. There was a white male and white female in the car, parked behind her house. She briey exchanged words with the male in the vehicle before going inside her home.By JASON JANDURA623-2120 jjandura@srpressgazette.com No one was seriously injured after a Milton man wrecked his car, twice in just a few minutes, ending up in a bunch of trees, according to the Florida Highway Patrol (FHP). Charles Ryan Nielsen, 24, 6746 Gauren Trace Court, was arrested and charged with DUI and hit and run after the crashes Saturday. FHP reports say Nielsen rear-ended a vehicle on State Road 89 near Arlingwood Drive. Nielsen was not wearing a seatbelt in his 2001 Toyota Tacoma when he hit the 1999 GMC Sierra loaded with four people, reports indicate. There was about $2,000 worth of damage to his truck and an estimated $500 worth of damage to the GMC. No one was injured in the collision, which happened around just before 11 p.m. Reports say Nielsen ed the scene of the accident and continued northbound on State Road 89. FHP found his vehicle minutes later on State Road 89 near Point Baker. Troopers say he was involved in a single vehicle accident, with his truck in a patch of trees. It was determined he had driven onto the shoulder, began accelerating and completely crossed the road. Nielsen was booked into the Santa Rosa County jail. FHP charged him with two counts of DUI and one count of hit and run, and he was also cited for two counts of careless driving. He refused a breath sample at the jail, reports say.By JASON JANDURA623-2120 jjandura@srpressgazette.com A Pace woman landed herself a night in jail after an argument escalated into a physical altercation, and she took out frustrations on EMS and deputies, according to a Santa Rosa Sheriffs Ofce report. Emma Mae Stacy became involved in an argument Monday afternoon, according to deputies who say she was yelling at the victim, snatching a cellphone from the person. The victim attempted to restrain the 37-year-old female, but she kept pushing physically and being combative, according to reports. A witness to the altercation called 911 at FHP: DU DUI driver crashes, ees, crashes CHARLES NIELSONCounty enters mediation over $18 million projectMeth lab drives away when deputies are called Cops: Pace woman resists help, charged with batterySSee METH A A7S See WOMAN A A7 SSee MEDIATION A A7 AALEX BRYANT EMMA MAE STACYBy JASON JANDURA623-2120 jjandura@srpressgazette.com An SUV rolled over on Interstate 10 this week, injuring four and causing $8,000 worth of damage in a single-vehicle accident, when the vehicle crossed the median, ipped and slid across the interstate on its roof, according to a Florida Highway Patrol report. Stacey Bass, 38 of Crestview, was heading westbound on I-10 near mile marker 33 near the Highway 87 S. exit. According to the report, Bass attempted to change lanes, but then realized there was another vehicle in the lane. She over-corrected and veered into the grassy median. The 2005 GMC Envoy with three passengers overturned in the median and continued to slide across the eastbound lanes on its roof. It eventually came to rest on the shoulder of the interstate. Shannon Shell, 29, was heading eastbound, en route to Tallahassee. She was SUV ips on I-10, injures 4 CAR FLIPS ON INTERSTATE MAN INJURED IN SCOOTER ACCIDENTJJ ASON JJ ANDURA | Press GazetteA Milton man suffered minor injuries after crashing a scooter in the culde-sac of Arnies Way in the Tanglewood subdivision. People at the end of the road heard the accident and rushed to help the bleeding man, bringing towels and blankets to soak up blood, while EMS responded. The man was transported to the hospital, and Skyline reghters returned the scooter to his house, a few blocks away in the same subdivision. SSee WRECK A A7 75 cents Saturday, October 19, 2013 GazetteSanta Rosas Press Find breaking news at www.srpressgazette.comTweet us @srpressgazette and like us on facebook.com Speak Out. ........................................AA4Opinion. ...........................................AA4Diversions. ........................................AA8 Columns. .........................................B2 Sports...............................................B4Classieds. ........................................B6 TABLE OF CONTENTS Volume 105 Issue 84Jim Fletcher Publisher 623-2120 news@srpressgazette.com CRIME STORIES AND MUGSHOTS PAGE A A 6 Pace Homecoming celebration, B1

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LocalA2 | Santa Rosas Press Gazette Saturday, October 19, 2013 Elected OFFICIALSCOUNTY GOVERNMENTCOUNTY COMMISSION District 1: Jim Williamson, 4351 Berryhill Road, Pace, FL 32571; phone 983-1877. E-mail is comm-williamson@santarosa. .gov District 2: Bob Cole, 8651 Riverstone Road, Milton, FL 32583; phone 983-1877. E-mail is commcole@santarosa. .gov District 3: Don Salter, 6000 Chumuckla Highway, Pace, FL 32571; phone 983-1877. E-mail is commsalter@santarosa. .gov District 4: Jim Melvin, 6495 Caroline St., Milton, FL; phone 983-1877. E-mail is comm-melvin@santarosa. .gov District 5: Lane Lynchard, 6495 Caroline St., Milton, FL 32570; phone 983-1877. E-mail is commlynchard@santarosa. .gov The Santa Rosa County Commission meets at 9 a.m. on the second and fourth Thursdays. The leaders meet in committee at 9 a.m. Mondays 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 ofces.SANTA ROSA COUNTY SHERIFFWendell Hall, 5755 E. Milton Road, Milton, FL 32588; phone 983-1100. E-mail is whall@srso.netSANTA ROSA COUNTY CLERK OF COURTSDonald Spencer, P.O. Box 472, Milton, FL 32572; phone 983-1973. E-mail is santacourtfeed@ chjn.netSANTA ROSA COUNTY TAX COLLECTORStan C. Nichols, 6495 Caroline St., Suite E, Milton, FL 32570; phone 983-1800. E-mail is snichols@srctc. comSANTA ROSA COUNTY PROPERTY APPRAISERGreg Brown, 6495 Caroline St., Milton, FL 32570; phone 983-1880. E-mail is info@srcpa.orgSANTA ROSA COUNTY ELECTIONS SUPERVISORTappie Villane, 6495 Caroline St., Milton, FL 32570; phone 983-1900. E-mail is villane@santarosa. .govSTATE GOVERNMENT Rep. Doug Broxson: 5988 Hwy 90, Pensacola State College, Milton Campus, Building 4000, Room 4013, Milton, FL 32583, phone 626-3113. E-mail is Doug.Broxson@my oridahouse.gov Sen. Greg Evers: 209 E. Zaragoza St., Pensacola, FL 32502, phone 595-0213. E-mail is Evers.Greg. web@ senate.gov Gov. Rick Scott: PLO5 The Capitol, 400 S. Monroe St., Tallahassee, FL 32399; phone 488-7146. E-mail is _governor@my orida.comFEDERAL GOVERNMENTHOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES Rep. Jeff Miller: 336 Cannon House Of ce Building, Washington, D.C. 20515; local phone is 479-1183; D.C. Of ce phone (202) 225-4136. Pensacola of ce address: 4300 Bayou Blvd., Suite 13, Pensacola, FL 32503. Toll free number is 866-3671614. Website: http://jeffmiller.house.govSENATE Sen. Marco Rubio: 284 Russell Senate Office Building, Washington, D.C. 20510; phone 850-433-2603. Website: www.rubio. senate.gov Sen. Bill Nelson: Room 571, Hart Senate Office Building, Washington, D.C. 20510; phone 202-224-5274; fax 202-224-8022. Website: http://billnelson.senate.govWHITE HOUSE President Barack Obama: The White House, 1600 Pennsylvania Ave., Washington, D.C. 20500; phone 202-456-1414. E-mail is president@whitehouse.gov Vice President Joe Biden: Office of the Vice President, White House, 1600 Pennsylvania Ave., Washington, D.C. 20500; phone 202-456-1414.SCHOOL GOVERNMENTSCHOOL BOARD Superintendent: Tim Wyrosdick, 5086 Canal St., Milton, FL 32570; phone 983-5000. E-mail is wyrosdickt@mail.santarosa.k12.fl.us District 1: Diane Scott, 5710 Munson Highway, Milton, FL 32570; phone 983-0413. E-mail is scottdl@mail.santarosa.k12.fl.us District 2: Hugh Winkles, 5684 Nicklaus Lane, Milton, FL 32570; phone 623-6299. E-mail is winkleseh@mail.santarosa.k12.fl.us District 3: Diane Coleman, 9400 Octavia Lane, Navarre, FL 32566; phone 939-2661. E-mail is colemanmd@mail.santarosa.k12.fl.us District 4: JoAnn Simpson, 5059 Faircloth St., Pace, FL 32571; phone 994-5446. E-mail is simpsonjj@mai.santarosa.k12.fl.us District 5: Scott Peden, 3156 Pins Lane, Gulf Breeze, FL 32563; phone 934-0701. E-mail is pedenst@mail.santarosa.k12.fl.us The Santa Rosa County School Board meets at 6:30 p.m. second and fourth Thursdays at 5086 Canal St. in Milton. Phone: 983-5000.CITY GOVERNMENT Milton City Hall, Mayor Guy Thompson, 6738 Dixon St., Milton, FL 32570, phone 983-5400. City Manager is Brian Watkins Town of Jay, Mayor Kurvin Qualls, 3822 Highway 4, Jay, FL 32565, phone 675-2719 Gulf Breeze City Hall, Mayor Beverly Zimmern, 1070 Shoreline Drive, Gulf Breeze, FL 32561, phone 934-5100. City Manager is Edwin Buz Eddy Pleaseprovideacolorphotographifpossible. Allinformationmustbetyped. WednesdayspaperpleasesubmitbyFridayat3pm. SaturdayspapersubmitbyWednesdayatnoon6009922 FALLCLEARANCESALEOnA/C&HeatingEquipment30%offonsomescratchanddentitems-10yearwarrantyCell:516-7060|ACPACE.comCompleteheatinspection$50 FLLic.CAC1814932 Special to the Press GazetteThe Santa Rosa Medical Center Auxiliary is sponsoring a $5 Jewelry and Accessories Sale from 7 a.m. to 6 p.m. on Oct. 24 and from 7 a.m. to 4 p.m. Oct. 25. All items in the sale will be sold for $5 each. The sale will take place in the Locklin Education Building behind the hospital at 6002 Berryhill Road in Milton. All proceeds will go toward college scholarships for students entering the medical eld and to fund other Auxiliary community outreach projects.SPECIAL TO THE PRESS GAZETTEDaniel Hahn receives the Rotary pen from President Rhett Fendley. Daniel gave a great presentation about SAFER Santa Rosa along with what that entails as well as a new initiative to make Santa Rosa County the rst county in Florida to be designated a Safe Community. If you would like to help out with the Safe Community designation contact Daniel at 983-5360. The Milton Rotary Club meets each Tuesday at Ryans Buffet in front of Wal-Mart and we invite you to come join us for lunch one day.Special to the Press GazetteLearning to drive is a big step in lifes journey. From 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Saturday, Milton High School will host a Celebrate My Drive teen driver safety event, showing support for teen drivers, helping them stay safe as the embark on the road ahead. Celebrate My Drive aims to bring Milton leaders, schools and parents in support of new, teen drivers. Its not about State Farm, said Lori Brabham, an agent in Ken Kincaids Of ce. Its about safe teen driving. The upcoming event marks the second annual Celebrate My Drive event, Brabham said. Teens will have the opportunity to put on special goggles that skew the vision, simulating a drunken state, and try to drive a golf cart through an obstacle course. The event is sponsored in part by the Milton Bakery, Coca Cola, AT&T, the Milton Police Department and Santa Rosa Sheriffs Of ce. Attendees will be provided free food and refreshments. Kell Recovery in Milton will be bringing a rolled-over vehicle to the event, showing the true impact of distracted driving. Teens will be given the challenge to play games or try to text through the obstacle course. As part of the companys Celebrate My Drive program, State Farm is offering teens across the U.S. and Canada the opportunity to learn more about safe driving, win grant money for their school and be one of two schools to win a free concert by Grammy award winner Kelly Clarkson. State Farm is amplifying the conversation around teen driver safety by hosting Celebrate My Drive events in communities across the U.S. and Canada. The event will have giveaways, speakers, community partners, entertainment and interactive driving games. State Farm and MHS are encouraging residents to attend in support of teens learning how to drive. Communities can also help MHS win prizes by committing to be safe drivers once daily between Oct. 18 and 26 at www.celebratemydrive.com. The top 100 high schools with the safest driving commitments will be awarded grants ranging from $25,000 to $100,000. The top two schools win a private concert by Kelly Clarkson.Special to the Press GazetteThe West Florida Public Library, in partnership with the Southeast Teen Shakespeare Company, announces a weekly Shakespeare Club, meeting from 5-7 p.m. every Tuesday at the Main Library. Participation in the club is free and open to all ages and levels of interest. The club is geared to those who already love The Bard and to those who might not have gotten it the rst time around but want to learn more. Instead of a traditional classroom approach to getting to know Shakespeare, this weekly club will read the plays aloud and stop as often as needed to make sure the story, language and meaning are clear and understandable. Other activities will include live performances by local actors, guest lectures, movie screenings and possible group travel outings to view regional performances. The Southeastern Teen Shakespeare Company is a non-pro t organization dedicated to providing teens in Escambia and Santa Rosa counties with instruction and performance opportunities that lead to their signi cant growth as artists and community members. Visit SETSCO.org to nd out more. For more information about the West Florida Public Library and the resources and programs it offers, go to MyWFPL.com. SRMC Auxiliary to host jewelry sale ABOUT SANTA ROSA MEDICAL CENTERSanta Rosa Medical Center is a full service 129-bed modern hospital facility. With almost 400 associates, more than 100 volunteers and more than 100 physicians on staff, Santa Rosa Medical Center is well-equipped to meet all health care needs. For more information, visit www.srmc .com or call 626-7762. Partnership seeks to introduce The Bard to a wider audienceWest Florida Public Library provides home for Shakespeare studyCommunity invited to join Milton High School in support of new driversSPECIAL TO THE PRESS GAZETTEHigh school students learning to drive will experience many challenges in Celebrate My Drive, including wearing special goggles that emulates driving while drunk while driving a golf cart through an obstacle course. 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Saturday, October 19, 2013 6015757www.gulfmed.comGULFMEDICALankstotheGulfCoastforallowingustobeyourlocallyowned MedicalEquipmentProviderforthelast24years.YourHomeMedicalEquipmentProviderfortheGulfCoast438-7600JCAHO Accredited Free-FastDelivery LocalSanta Rosas Press Gazette| A3Clear Creek offers organic and sustainable farming tourSpecial to the Press GazetteCall it a backyard garden on steroids. Not that Ray and Wanda Davis would ever use anything unnatural or harmful at their Clear Creek Farm in Milton. But they have taken an amped-up approach to what some may think of as a genteel pastime. Were doing intensive gardening, Ray Davis said. We use less water, less seed and less space to grow the same amount of plant material that you would in about an 80 percent larger garden space in a traditional garden. For ve years, they have used a method called Square Foot Gardening along with technological advances like solar energy at Clear Creek Farm. This year, they are joining the Beaches to Woodlands Tour offer farm tours from Sept. 28 to Nov 3. Its a guided tour, Davis said. Well be explaining to folks the various processes and introduce them to the systems. Well show them, even if they have never gardened at all, how they can use this system to grow food for their family. Square Foot Gardening is a type of container gardening that uses a raised wooden frame. The Davises use products and techniques perfected by Mel Bartholomew, the founder of Square Foot Gardening who popularized the method a 1981 book. Clear Creek Farm produces about 85 different varieties of vegetables, herbs, mints and edible owers in about 1.5 acres of space. Their fare has been featured on the menus of some of the nest restaurants in Pensacola, including Global Grill and Jacksons Steakhouse. We basically build a square foot frame a fourby-four or a two-by-eight or whatever dimension we want to build and put a grid on top of it, Davis said. You dene the growing area in square-foot increments. Vegetables, grown in various mulch mixes, can take as much room as a square foot each like a large cabbage. Others, like carrots, are small enough to t as many as 16 plants in one square foot. The Davis family uses no chemical fertilizer or pesticides. Everything they use is organic-approved. The tour will also showcase the farms solar power system, which generates all the power the farm and the Davis home requires, the rain-water collection and drip irrigation system and a geothermal energy system. Were using thermal energy from a cold water spring, he said. The spring runs a constant temperature year-round about 65 to 68 degrees to keep root zones in these areas the same temperature year-round. The tours should last about an hour each. Admission will be $10 for adults and $5 for those younger than 18. Discounts are available for members of the military and large groups. The couple, both of whom are 70, are semiretired. Wanda Davis was formerly a professor at Pensacola State College, while Ray Davis was a nancial advisor. Growing up in Madison County, Davis had also worked on his grandfathers and uncles farms. He said they chose to open Clear Creek Farm to keep themselves busy and to help raise awareness of self-sufcient food production. There are not a lot of young farmers coming a long, he said. Were trying to promote the ideas and concepts that will allow people to grow their own food if they wanted to. This is a method that anybody can adapt and adopt and be successful. You dont need a lot of tools. You dont need a lot of space or money. For the rst time, people can see how pesticidefree and fertilizer-free food really taste. IF YOU GO...Event: Clear Creek Farm Tour Dates and times: Sept. 28 to Nov 3, 9 a.m. to 2 p.m., seven days a week (no tours on Thursday and Sunday mornings). Cost: $10 for adults, $5 for children younger than 18, with 20 percent discounts for military and groups of 10 or more. Reservations (preferred): Call (850) 449-1176 or (850) 450-3511 or email raywanda@aol.com

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TUESDAY, 2:43 P.M.Yeah, where is Sarah Palin? Didnt she come at the aid of the speaker of the house? Anyway, who care about her? She was history in the past, but thats OK. I beg President Obama and the speaker of the house and the whole Republican Party to beg the American people for forgiveness for what theyve done. They need to kneel down in front of the Lincoln Memorial and do it, both of them, face to face. Thank you.TUESDAY, 10:07 P.M.Yeah, this is Raymond and I thank you for another opportunity to speak my opinion. Id like to say that the (removed) men that have been running the country since day one has really, throughout history, been making a real mess of things. Now, in this day and age with this shut down in the government system, because white men who run the country still want to do things their way, its their way or no way. Its getting to be monotonous. Its just a shame how they have shanghaied this country from day one up until now and still doesnt make good, reasonable decisions. Thank you, and its a shame.WEDNESDAY, 7:09 A.M.Hello people. I dont know how many public people know what our superintendent is trying to do. He wants to do a furlough for our teachers, which they would be out of work with no pay, but have to go to work just like the government does. He said we aint got any money. But he did the blue-collar money, which does not teach our children when you plumbing or carpentering or that. We still havent got our money that the governor had promised us, and we are still ghting for it. And I dont know if the public knows this, but Mr. Tim, you do not have my vote for next year, or the year, or the year or the year after that. I am sorry you want to do a furlough for the teachers and educational support. I dont know who would teach the students, because half of us would take vacation or sick leave. Thank you for doing this for me. Thank you, bye.WEDNESDAY, 2:06 P.M.Yes, this is David in Pace. I see W. O. Jones is talking about something that he does not know what he is talking about. I live on West Spencer Field. And people walk up and down the road this road all the time and all around that four square miles. Mr. Jones is always talking about something really that he does not know what he is talking about. Thank you.WEDNESDAY, 4:01 P.M.Hi, this is Pete. Now that Republican and Tea Party politicians have caused the government shut down, and then completely surrendered without achieving anything, except the lowest poll numbers in their parties history. The question is, have they learned anything? Somehow, I doubt it.WEDNESDAY, 4:08 P.M.Yeah, this is Keith. Id appreciate it if you would put the tide report back in the Press Gazette. Its important information and good information. Thank you. Editors note: You got it.SPEAK OUT: CALL 623-5887 Schools shouldnt use biased news channels for educationHello. My name is Aimee. I just want to get information out to the parents of Avalon Middle School students. In my daughters sixth grade world history class, they are using CNNstudentnews. com, to present the world news. I was told that CNN was also being used in the seventh and eighth grade civics classes. On the surface, this sounds like a great way to teach, but lets look a little closer. I think the majority of the people would agree that CNN news outlets are intended for showing democratic views, particularly with the ROC polls that are so slanted. I talked to both the principal and the superintendent at Avalon Middle and was told it was within the state standards to use CNNs perspective, no matter how biased it was. I was told I was the rst parent to complain. That made me wonder how many parents are aware of how these biased views are being taught. It really appalls me to think my young daughter is being subjected to something like CNNs opinion that the Republicans caused the government shutdown, strictly CNNs opinion, and this being done under the guise of education. I suggested to the principal that perhaps a letter could be sent home, to let parents know how this is being presented. No comment was offered. Surely, there are some unbiased news sources that could be used. You would think the school system would want to use a neutral or unbiased source. Brining world news to children is a great idea. Bringing opinions to young minds and brains might be harmful and maybe even criminal. The school system doesnt need politics. Look at what playing the politics ticket has got us. From top to bottom, we have the most shameful, egotistical and embarrassing group of so-called leaders weve ever had. Of course, that is my opinion.AP MooreState leaders visit Rhodes for National School Lunch WeekDear Editor, I wanted to let you know that (last) week was our National School Lunch Week Lunch Across the USA. We invited our State Senator and Representatives to come to our schools for lunch during this week (Oct. 1418). Senator Evers visited Rhodes Elementary School. Wednesday we had Rep. Broxson visiting Navarre High School and Rep. Hills legal aide Ryan Gorham visiting Gulf Breeze Middle School. Avalon Middle School invited Marty White and Lindsey from WXBM radio who participated and playing music for the students during all three lunch periods on Wednesday Oct. 16. Tracy CooperMiltonRhodes offers free lunch to students who parents are active dutyDear editor, Good morning This week is National School Lunch Week The Theme this year is School Lunch Across The USA. Rhodes Cafeteria treated our students whose parents are active miltary to free lunch, and we invited Milton Fire Department and city of Milton Police Department for lunch. We appreciate our military and rst responders. Our lunch starts at 10:20 a.m., and last lunch ends at 12:30 p.m. Thank you.Linda Pope Food service manager W.H. Rhodes Elementary School Fair CallDear Editor, Greetings, I am Deacon Raymond E. Johns. For whatever reason, Senator Marco Rubio felt that Mr. William Thomas was not worthy of his vote for the Federal judge seat is very pleasing to me. No one should ever have to be put under the light for voting as they see t. I do not think that homosexuality should be pushed on anyone. This country has run amuck to homosexuality in the schools and everywhere it shouldnt be. There will be no hope for the children and of the future of this nation if there is no respect for manhood. This country was once looked upon by God as a nation seeking hope when men acted as men, and women as the same. But now, Washingtons shameful leadership thinks the children should all become homosexuals, what a shame. And I thank Senator Rubio for being a man and doing the right thing. As for Mr. Thomas, there is nothing good about beating his chest and professing homosexuality. This state voted down homosexuality, and may Godly men and women keep it that way. Raymond E. JohnsMiltonPage 4 www.srpressgazette.comSaturday, October 19, 2013 ASection OPINION Santa Rosa did not receive a letter OUR VIEW LETTERS TO THE EDITORWe want you to share your views on the topics on this page or any topic with other readers of Santa Rosas Press Gazette. Your views are important, too. LETTERS TO THE EDITOR Letters must be typed and may be edited for content or to t the available space. 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Santa Rosas Press Gazette (USPS 604-360) is published twice weekly on Wednesdays and Saturdays for $39 per year (in county) by Halifax Media Group. Periodicals postage paid at Milton, Florida. POSTMASTER: Send address changes to Santa Rosas Press Gazette, 6629 Elva St., Milton, FL 32570. To report news or for information, subscriptions and advertising, call 623-2120.6629 Elva St. Milton, FL 32570 GazetteSanta Rosas Press SUBSCRIPTION RATESIN COUNTY One year .................................$39 Six months ........................$19.50 13 weeks ...............................$9.75 OUT OF COUNTY One year .................................$62 Six months .............................$31 13 weeks .............................$15.50 SENIOR CITIZEN (OVER 62) One year .................................$32 Six months .............................$16 13 weeks ....................................$8 Home delivery subscribers may be charged a higher rate for holiday editions.Florida Gov. Rick Scott wrote 16 Florida counties, thanking them for reaching agreement on a $2,500, across-the-board raise for Florida teachers. Santa Rosa County did not receive one of those letters. The School Board and the countys teacher union, the Santa Rosa Professional Educators, are still in negotiations over the allocation of $9.436 million in state funds. After withholding for bene ts and retirement, the teachers wont be seeing a full $2,500 bonus. In other systems, the counties made all or a portion of the bene t and retirement payments so the teachers saw all, or at least a lions share, of the $2,500. Santa Rosa teachers will get a raise, if they can hammer out a dollar gure with the board. To that end, the SRPE is asking the School Board to take another look at the budget, and move dollars around to make more of the $2,500 raise available. Will revisiting the budget, and taking funds already earmarked for other items affecting Santa Rosa? Or is the money actually available? Both are rather good questions both of which deserve an answer. The School Board has previously offered the SRPE all the state funds, giving it the opportunity to allocate the funds as it saw t, but the union is not sure. Blue collar workers have reached an agreement, contingent on the SRPE reaching a deal. In the meantime, the back and forth continues. Will an agreement be reached in time for Christmas? Facing an election year, Gov. Scott receives credit for good public relations in giving teachers across the state a raise. But, he gave all the responsibility to the local authorities to shake out the details, failing to mention the hidden costs that plague governmental budgets such as retirement. When we look at the back and forth going on over this, its easy to see why state leaders sought to pass the political hot potato. Florida schools may have much more to worry about. Santa Rosa, for example, has already notified the state, as required by statute that its monetary buffer has fallen below the three percent target. Next fiscal year, that number will be 2.17 percent. Statewide, the governor may need to do some math. Tallahassee On Tuesday, Oct. 15, Gov. Rick Scott sent out a letter to all Florida superintendents thanking the 16 superintendents and school boards who have worked together to negotiate with unions and ratify collective bargaining agreements for teachers that resulted in pay raises. He also spoke with Department of Education Commissioner Pam Stewart this week to ask her to work with the 51 county school districts, who have not reached final agreements, to encourage them to find a quick resolution to the final teacher pay raise amount in these districts. Gov. Scott said, For those districts that have not yet finalized collective bargaining agreements on teacher pay raises, I have asked the Commissioner of Education to provide any support and guidance superintendents need to come to a final agreement quickly. Florida teachers deserve a salary increase, and they should have the benefit of knowing their new salary level as soon as possible so they can best plan for their futures.Governor Scott sends letter to Florida superintendents regarding teacher pay raises RICK SCOTTGovernor Like us on SANTA ROSA PRESS GAZETTE SANTA ROSA PRESS GAZETTE SANTA ROSA PRESS GAZETTE

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FAITHSaturday, October 19, 2013www.srpressgazette.comSection Section A ANGLICAN Trinity by the Fields, 4980 W. Spencer Field Road, Pace APOSTOLIC First Apostolic Church, 5574 Highway 90, Milton Pace Apostolic Church, 4763 Old Guernsey Road, Pace ASSEMBLY OF GOD Bagdad First Assembly of God, 4513 Forsyth St., Bagdad East Milton Assembly of God, 5174 Ward Basin Road, Milton Faith Chapel Assembly of God, 8080 S. Airport Road, Milton First Assembly of God, 6163 Dogwood Dr., Milton Harold Assembly of God, 10495 Goodrange Dr., Milton Jay First Assembly of God, 14047 Alabama St., Jay McLellan Assembly of God, 6050 Three Notch Trail, Milton New Harvest Fellowship Assembly of God, E. Highway 90, Pace New Hope Assembly of God, 9550 Chumuckla Highway, Jay Pace Assembly of God, 3948 Highway 90, Pace Springhill Assembly of God, 8851 Buddy Hardy Road, Milton True Worship Assembly of God, 13297 Highway 87 N, Jay Welcome Assembly of God, 8581 Welcome Church Road, Milton Whit eld Assembly of God, 12391 Highway 87 N, Milton BAPTIST Celebration Baptist Church, P.O. Box 4047, Milton Eastside Baptist Church, 6731 Dixon St., Milton Faith Baptist Church, 6423 Hamilton Bridge Road, Milton Iglesia Bautista Libertad, 5536 Highway 90, Milton Liberty Baptist, 6763 Margaret St., Milton Lighthouse Baptist Church, 13050 Highway 89, Jay Mt. Pilgrim Baptist Church, 5103 Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., Milton Oak Grove Baptist Church, 917 Lakewood Road, Milton BAPTIST ABA Berryhill Road Baptist, 3095 Berryhill Road, Milton Bethel Baptist Church, 6178 Old Bagdad Highway, Milton Fellowship Baptist Church, 5223 Highway 90, Pace First Baptist Church of East Milton, 8167 S. Airport Road, Milton First Missionary Baptist Church of Pace, 3925 Pace Road, Pace Galilee Missionary Baptist, Highway 90, Milton BAPTIST INDEPENDENT Bible Baptist Church, 4001 Vern St., Pace Bible Way Baptist Church, 5976 Dogwood Dr., Milton Brownsdale Baptist Church, Chumuckla Highway, Jay Fil Am Baptist Church, 5240 Dogwood Dr., Milton Joy Bible Baptist Church, 8613 Highway 90, Milton Mt. Calvary Baptist Church, 4636 Highway 90, Pace Pine Grove Baptist Church, 7280 Pine Grove Road, Jay Pleasant Hill Missionary Baptist, 5550 Econ na St, Milton Solid Rock Baptist Church, 6760 Eastgate Road, Milton Trinity Baptist Church, 5301 Highway 90, Pace Victory Baptist Church, 4000 Avalon Blvd., Milton West Florida Baptist Church, 5621 Highway 90, Milton BAPTIST MISSIONARY Mt. Bethel Baptist Church, 175 Limit St., Milton New Macedonia Baptist Church, 4751 Chumuckla Highway, Pace New Providence Missionary Baptist Church, 4175 Popcorn Road, Milton St. John Divine Missionary Church, 5363 Saint Johns St., Milton BAPTIST PRIMATIVE Bethlehem Primitive Baptist Church, 5339 Zero Ln., Milton Mt. Zion Primitive Baptist, 6930 Chaf n St., Milton BAPTIST SOUTHERN Avalon Baptist Church, 4316 Avalon Blvd., Milton Berrydale Baptist Church, 6703 Highway 4, Jay Billory First Baptist of HolleyNavarre, Highway 87 S., Navarre Blackwater Baptist Church, 11689 Munson Highway, Milton Calvary Baptist Church, 5405 Calvary Church Road, Milton Cora Baptist Church, 12953 Chumuckla Highway, Jay East Side Baptist Church, 4884 Ward Basin Road, Milton Ferris Hill Baptist Church, 6848 Chaf n St., Milton First Baptist Church of Bagdad, 4529 Forsyth St., Bagdad First Baptist Church of Milton, 6797 Caroline St., Milton First Baptist Church of Pace, 3949 Pace Road, Pace First Baptist Of Garcon Point, 17820 Garcon Point Road, Milton Floridatown Baptist Church, 3851 Diamond St., Pace Friendship Baptist Church, 5300 Berryhill Road, Milton Harmony Ridge Baptist Church, 5536 Highway 90, Pace Harold First Baptist Church, 10585 Goodrange Dr., Milton Hickory Hammock Baptist Church, 8531 Hickory Hammock Road, Milton Immanuel Baptist Church, 4187 Highway 90, Pace James Street Baptist Church, 6658 James St., Milton Jay First Baptist Church, 214 S. Alabama St., Jay Living Truth Church, 8897 Byrom Campbell Road Pace FL 32571 Mt. Pleasant Baptist Church, P.O. Box 4812, Milton New Bethel Baptist Church, 10995 Chumuckla Highway, JayNew Life Baptist Church, 6380 Bayberry St., Milton Olivet Baptist Church, 5240 Dogwood Dr., Milton Pine Level Baptist Church, 3300 Pine Level Church Road, Jay Pine Terrace Baptist Church, 6212 Pine Blossom Road, Milton Pleasant Home Baptist Church, 8500 Pleasant Home, Munson Santa Rosa Baptist Association, 6820 Highway 87 N, Milton Spring Hill Baptist Church, 9214 Munson Highway, Milton Wallace Baptist Church, 6601 Chumuckla Highway, Pace Woodbine Baptist Church, 4912 Woodbine Road, Pace CATHOLIC St. Rose of Lima Catholic Church, 6451 Park Ave., Milton CHARISMATIC New Hope Community Church of Milton, 5283 Goshawk Dr., Milton Shepherd House Ministries, 5739 N. Stewart St., Milton CHURCH OF CHRIST Bagdad Church of Christ, 4413 Garcon Point Road, Bagdad Berryhill Church of Christ, 3679 Berryhill Road, Pace Church of Christ, 4034 Highway 4, Jay Margaret Street Church-Christ, 6745 Margaret St., Milton McLellan Church of Christ, 6285 Three Notch Trail, Milton Pace Church of Christ, 4075 Berryhill Road, Pace Pea Ridge Church of Christ, 4400 Bell Lane, Pea Ridge Susan St. Church of Christ, 600 Susan St., Milton West Milton Church of Christ, 5300 Highway 90, Pace CHURCH OF GOD Church of God of Prophecy Bible Place, 600 Glover Ln., Milton Covenant Church of God, 4645 School Lane, Pace Ferris Hill Church of God in Christ, 5583 Alabama St., Milton CHURCH OF GOD IN CHRIST Christ Church of Pace, 5536 Highway 90, Pace Church of God at Milton, 4645 School Lane, Pace Church of God in Christ, 5887 Stewart St., Milton World Church of God, 5177 Stewart St., Milton COMMUNITY OF CHRIST Community Church of Christ, 5666 Raymond Hobbs St., Milton EPISCOPAL St. Marys Episcopal Church, 6850 Oak St., Milton FULL GOSPEL Full Gospel Community Church, 6199 Gainey Ford Road, Jay Living Faith Church, 7400 Reformation Dr., Milton Milton Victory Ministry, 7235 Highway 90, Milton True Faith Tabernacle, 5166 Old Oak Road, Milton True Grace Fellowship Church, 5178 Willard Norris Road, Milton HOLINESS Cobbtown Holiness Church, 4700 Greenwood Road, Jay Hollandtown Holinesses Church, 1851 Pineview Church Road, Jay INDEPENDENT Chumuckla Community Church, 8008 Chumuckla Highway, Pace Grace Bible Church, 6331 Chestnut St., Milton Relevant Life Church, 4560 Pace Patriot Blvd., Pace Walls of Salvation Church, 6697 Old Highway 90, Milton Word Alive Christian Church, 707 Stewart St., Milton Word Alive Church, 4200 Ebenezer Church Road, Jay INTERDENOMINATIONAL Blessed Assurance Ministries, P.O. Box 58, Milton Christ-Centered Ministries, 8688 A.D. McCall Road, Milton In His Presence Ministries, 218 Stowers Ln., Milton JEHOVAHS WITNESS Jehovahs Witness, 5696 Berryhill Road, Milton LDS Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints, 5737 Berryhill Road, Milton Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints, 4065 Highway 4, Jay Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints, 1753 Sea Lark Lane, Navarre LUTHERAN Eternal Trinity Lutheran Church, 6076 Old Bagdad Highway, Milton METHODIST Bagdad United Methodist Church, 4540 Forsythe St., Bagdad Christ United Methodist Church, 5983 Dogwood Dr., Milton Chumuckla Community Church, 8008 Chumuckla Highway, Pace First United Methodist Church, 6830 Berryhill St., Milton Jay United Methodist Church, 14093 Alabama St., Jay Mae Edwards UMC, 5052 Mulat Road, Milton Mt. Carmel United Methodist Church, 15030 Highway 89, Jay Pace First United Methodist, 4540 Chumuckla Highway, Pace Pineview United Methodist Church, 1400 Pineview Church Road, Jay Wesley Memorial UMC, 4701 School Lane, Pace Woodbine United Methodist Church, 5200 Woodbine Road, Pace METHODIST AFRICAN Greater Bethlehem AME Church, 5299 Richburg St., Milton Isaiah Chapel AME Zion Church, 5038 Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., Milton NAZARENE New Faith Church of Nazarene, 5162 Avenida Del Fuego, Pace NONDENOMINATIONAL Christian Life Church, 4401 Avalon Blvd., Milton Church of the Living God, 3375 Garcon Point Road, Milton Community Chapel, 4300 Pace Lane, Pace Deliverance Tabernacle, 5470 Dogwood Dr., Milton Freedom Fellowship Church of Milton, 723 Munson Highway, Milton Grace Believers Bible Study Church, Holiday Inn Express, Conference Room, 8510 Keshav Taylor Drive, East Milton Harvest Community Church of Jay, 2828 Harvest Road, Jay Heritage Chapel, P.O. Box 248, Milton Hope Corral Cowboy Church, Fidelus Community Center, 13774 State Road 87 N., Jay Indian Ford Victory Fellowship, 8999 Indian Ford Road, Milton Kings Way Christian Center, 3102 Deep Water Cv., Milton Living Gods Standard Communication, 6731 Old Highway 90, Milton Living Word Worship Center, 5573 Stewart St., Milton Milton Worship Center, 11164 Horizon Road, Milton New Harvest Fellowship, 4289 Berryhill Road, Milton New Life Baptist Church, 6380 Bayberry St., Milton New Testament Church, 5277 Glover Ln., Milton Northshore Community Church, P.O. Box 4476, Milton Our Fathers House Inc., 5362 Taf Ln., Milton Pace Community Church, 4310 N. Spencer Field Road, Pace Providence Chapel, 3721 Highway 90, Milton PENTECOSTAL Ebenezer Church Inc., 4200 Ebenezer Church Road, Jay First Pentecostal Church of Bagdad, 4636 Forsyth St., Bagdad Gospel Lighthouse Church, 10001 Chumuckla Highway, Pace United Pentecostal Church of Berrydale, 7580 Highway 4, Jay Whitfield Pentecostal Fellowship Church, 11236 Highway 87 N, Milton PENTECOSTAL HOLINESS Chumuckla Pentecostal Holiness Church, 2841 Highway 182, Jay Mt. Zion Pentecostal Holiness Church, 5532 Osceola St., Milton New Vision Worship Center, 5573 Stewart St., Milton Roeville Holiness Church, 6648 Munson Highway, Milton PRESBYTERIAN First Presbyterian Church, 5206 Elmira St., Milton Pace Presbyterian Church, 4587 Woodbine Road, Pace Westminster Presbyterian, 6659 Park Ave., Milton SEVENTH-DAY ADVENTIST Milton Seventh Day Adventist, 5288 Berryhill Dr., Milton Church DIRECTORY PACECOMMUNITYCHURCH 6010456 6010456 True Grace Fellowship ChurchYou are cordially invited to our Homecoming 2013 service on Sunday, Oct. 20 starting at 11 a.m. Special speaker is the Rev. E.H. Haddock, Superintendent/ Chairman of The Living Word of Faith Fellowship, with headquarters in Panama City. Also featured will be anointed Praise & Worship. This day marks the anniversary of True Grace Fellowship Church. Please bring a covered dish to share immediately following the service. For more info contact True Grace Fellowship Church, 5178 Willard Norris Rd., Milton; 6234795; www.truegracefellowship.org .Free Family Fall FestivalWoodbine Baptist Church, located at 4912 Woodbine Road, invites all Santa Rosa County families to our annual Fall Festival from 5-8 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 31. This is a family-oriented event where children can wear costumes and collect candy in a safe, controlled environment. Set up like a fairground midway, kids of all ages can play carnival games at various booths to earn their treats. There will be a special preschool Game area, with activities geared especially toward the littlest trick-or-treaters. Free pony rides and a petting zoo will be on the church grounds. Dinner will be served and we would love to have your family join ours for an evening of safe and wholesome fun.Immanuel Baptist ChurchThe 2nd Annual Craft Fair and Market at Immanuel Baptist Church from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. Oct. 19 is open to our members, attendees and outside Vendors who do hobbies and crafts at home, as well as small home businesses such as novelty clothing and accessories, homepreserved foods, fragrance and jewelry companies. There will be a Live Talent Show amd we are taking singers, musicians and readers. Food booths and kid zone! Come get started on your Christmas shopping at Immanuel Baptist Church, 4187 Hwy 90, Pace.First Baptist Church to host SRSOThe eXtra Years of Zest, senior adult ministry of First Baptist Church, Milton, will host the Santa Rosa County Sheriffs Of ce on Oct. 24. Crime prevention specialist Cindy Sarver will present a program titled Skims, Scams, and Flim Flams. Senior citizens will discover how to prevent being victimized by scam artists. The program will be conducted as part of the monthly senior adult luncheon, which meets from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. in the Family Life Center. Participants will enjoy recognitions of birthday and marriage anniversaries, group singing, fun, and laughter. A $5 donation is requested for lunch. Please make lunch reservations by noon, Oct. 21. First Baptist Church is located at 6797 Caroline Street in Milton. For more information, call Dr. Gary Nichols 623-3122, or go to www.fbcmilton.org .Bagdad United Methodist Bring your family, neighbors and friends this Sunday for 9 a.m. Cafe for breakfast and fellowship followed by 10 a.m. worship service. The series of wonderful preachers continues this Sunday when our beloved Rev. Luann Young brings Gods Word for us with Faith Walk. In the rst of two sermons, Luann shares her rare insights and deep spirituality, within practical day to day applications. As a prominent hospital Chaplain, Luann has an extraordinary ministry and we are so very grateful for this opportunity to sit at her feet. Holy scripture will be from Proverbs 3:1-6. The church is at 4540 Forsyth St., Milton. Call 626-1948 for more information.St. Marys Episcopal Church Holy Eucharist Services are at 9 and 11 a.m. with the Rev. Mathew Dollhausen presiding. There will be a meet and greet coffee hour between services located in the church hall. Sunday School is at 10:45 a.m. with nursery provided for younger children. St. Marys Episcopal Church is at 6849 Oak Street, Milton. Call 623-2905 or visit www. stmarysmilton .com for information. It is located between Escambia and Santa Rosa Streets, one block south of Highway 90, in the historical district.First United Methodist Church of MiltonFirst United Methodist Church of Milton, 6830 Berryhill Street, Milton holds worship services every Sunday at 8:30 a.m. and 11 a.m., along with Sunday School at 9:45 am. Everyone is welcome. This Sunday, Oct. 20, the Rev. M. Kathryn Knight will deliver her sermon on Gods Justice Bearers. She will be focusing on 2 Corinthians 5: 16-21 and Matthew 7:21-29. Grief Recovery group meets on Tuesdays at 2 p.m., and the Pastors Bible Study meets on Wednesdays at 6 p.m. For more information, contact the church of ce at 623-6683.First Presbyterian ChurchChurch services are held at 10:30 each Sunday morning. First Presbyterian Church is at 5203 Elmira Street in historic downtown Milton. This Sunday the message will be Will Jesus Find Faith on Earth? delivered by Pastor Jo Kublik. There is a nursery for infants and toddlers. Childrens Church will be the rst Sunday of each month during the church service. Small group study classes are held in the Fellowship Hall at 9:30 a.m. Sunday mornings. This is a discussion group focusing on the relationship of the Bible to our lives. A potluck dinner will follow the service the rst Sunday of the month. All are welcome. If you would like to attend our church but have no transportation you can contact Warren or Anne Hatten at 6268855. They will arrange for a church member from your area to transport you. We welcome all visitors and encourage you to attend if you are new in the area or looking for a church family. Our Fellowship Hall is available for weddings and group meetings. For more information call 623-2510 or visit http://www. fpcmilton.org.as/ our church is an historic building and the oldest church in Santa Rosa County we are in need of refurbishing. To raise the needed funds we are collecting cans and metal. If you wish to donate please contact Betsy Dodson at 983-7803. Faith BRIEFSPage 5

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A6 | Santa Rosas Press Gazette Saturday, October 19, 2013Santa Rosa County felony, DUI and violent arrests from Oct. 14-17, 2013 ARCHER, RANDY LEE ; 25; 5338 YOUPON DR, MILTON; lewd lascivious offense BARBER, JERRY LEON ; 46; 2462 CRESCENT WOOD RD, NAVARRE; battery BEATTY, WILLIAM MARSHALL ; 37; HOMELESS; battery BROWDER, ROY EDWARD ; 33; 6416 METZ ROAD, MILTON; probation violation, drugs-possess, drug equip-possess BROXSON, MARY ELIZABETH ; 26; 6754 VALERIE LN, NAVARRE; battery, damage property-criminal mischief BRYANT, ALEX FRANKLIN ; 28; 4545 BELLEVILLE CT, MILTON; drugs-possess, moving traf c viol, drugshealth or safety HARPEL, CHRISTOPHER HOWARD ; 46; 3972 PARADISE BAY DR, GULF BREEZE; probation violation HART, RICHARD CHARLES ; 35; 8611 VANCE AVE, PENSACOLA; probation violation HESTER, AMELIA ANDI ; 22; 1116 PENINSULA DR, GALLATIN, TN; probation violation KRITES, JAY HAROLD ; 40; 2783 AUGUSTUS RD, NAVARRE; sex offense MANNING, CHRISTOPHER AUSTIN ; 26; 5849 QUIETWOOD DR, MILTON; arson, damage property-criminal mischief, burglary OLIVIER, JESSICA LOUISE ; 23; 1565 OCEAN BREEZE, GULF BREEZE; battery RICE, JASON ROGER ; 34; 660 SPRUCE STREET, NEDERLAND, CO; probation violation SALTER, WILLIAM EARL ; 37; 8149 TOLEDO ST, NAVARRE; battery SHIRLEY, JASON HOWARD ; 37; 6517 ROBIN AV, MILTON; probation violation SLOANE, LUCIOUS ALLEN ; 49; 8143 S AIRPORT RD, MILTON; battery STACY, EMMA MAE MARCHELLE ; 37; 3991 KERN ST, PACE; battery, resist of cer THOMAS, TREY CHRISTOPHER ; 19; 111 HART ST, BREWTON, AL; lewd lascivious offense VECCHIO, RAECHEL SHANNIE ; 24; 416 YORK STREET, GULF BREEZE; DUIunlawful blood alcohol VILLANUEVA, JESSICA ANN ; 32; 3528 NATALIE LN, NAVARRE; probation violation WINSLOW, LOUIS WAYNE ; 59; 5286 BROAD ST, MILTON; battery Please note: An arrest is not an indication of guilt. The determination of guilt and innocence is ultimately the responsibility of the courts. "LocallyownedBusiness"BuyyourF-R-M Feedfromus Weofferlawnmower&generator repairaswellastractor repairandpartsplus4-Wheeler repair.Wesellroofmetal. Askabout discountson bulkfeed& seed. FindusonFacebook atFarmer'sVillage. Comevisitusat4418Hwy90Pace,FL32571orCallusat850-736-8727Hours:M-F8am-5:30pm Sat8am-12pm|ClosedSun Arrest REPORT RICE, JASON ROGER SALTER, WILLIAM EARL SHIRLEY, JASON SLOANE, LUCIOUS STACY, EMMA MAE THOMAS, TREY CHRISTOPHER VECCHIO, RAECHEL VILLANUEVA, JESSICA ANN WINSLOW, LOUIS WAYNE ARCHER, RANDY LEE BARBER, JERRY LEON BEATTY, WILLIAM BROWDER, ROY EDWARD BROXSON, MARY BRYANT, ALEX FRANKLIN HARPEL, CHRISTOPHER HART, RICHARD HESTER, AMELIA ANDI KRITES, JAY HAROLD MANNING, CHRISTOPHER OLIVIER, JESSICA LOUISE By JASON JANDURA623-2120 jjandura@srpressgazette.com A Milton couple was arrested last week for numerous drug charges, including traf cking methamphetamine, possession of drugs and paraphernalia, according to a Santa Rosa Sheriffs Of ce report. Bert and Christen Gilmore were arrested after a narcotics unit attempted to make contact at their residence in the 6800 block of Dixon Street in Milton. A note was on the front door, saying to use the side door. While the narcotics unit went around to the side door, they observed the remnants of a meth lab near the back of the residence. Bert walked up the street, nding the narcotics unit at the house. He told authorities that he and his wife lived there. Bert was taken into custody. Authorities searched the man and found a small bag containing suspected methamphetamine. It was tested in the eld, which yielded a positive result. A search of the purchase history showed the husband and wife attempted to purchase 32 pseudoephedrine boxes in 2013. Pseudoephedrine is a controlled substance and a main ingredient in the manufacture of methamphetamine. Bert was booked into the Santa Rosa County jail and given a $71,000 bond. He is charged with two counts of drug possession, two counts of drug equipment possession, marijuana possession, and traf cking methamphetamine. Christen was arrested two days later and given a $47,000 bond. She was charged with marijuana possession, drug possession, two counts of drug equipment possession and trafcking methamphetamine.By JASON JANDURA623-2120 jjandura@srpressgazette.com A Milton man was arrested by authorities this week after he allegedly set re to a kitchen by burning pizza boxes on an oven top, while he ransacked the home, according to a police report. The owner of a Gulf Breeze home returned to nd his house unlocked and full of smoke. He noticed differences in the way he left the residence, so he armed himself with a baseball bat from his bedroom. In the bedroom, he encountered 26-year-old Christopher Manning rummaging through personal items. The victim told authorities Manning said they went to high school together, but the victim did not recognize Manning at all. The homeowner said he felt threatened, left the residence and went to a neighbors house to call police. Authorities arrived and found the homeowner standing in the front yard with the baseball bat. He warned the of cer of the man who was still inside the house. The of cer advised the homeowner to stay outside as he entered the home with his duty weapon drawn. The of cer saw Manning, who was wearing only a pair of white shorts. Manning was ordered to put his hands up and get on the ground, in which he complied. Manning was asked if he had any weapons, and he reached towards his back pocket while he was lying on his stomach. The of cer advised him to not reach for anything. Manning was held there in that position until backup arrived. Backup arrived and placed Manning into custody. A utility knife was found during a search of his possessions. The 26-year-old had a cast on his right arm, so the handcuffs were placed around the index nger and thumb. The burglar told authorities that he was invited over for a pool party. Authorities noted in the report that there was no pool on the property. The of cers noticed a strong odor of alcohol on his breath. Of cers noticed there was a re extinguisher on an island countertop in the kitchen and it appeared that someone stopped the re. The home suffered an estimated $1,200 worth of damage to the stove, a suspended, over-the-stovetop microwave. Manning was taken to the Gulf Breeze Police Department for processing and paperwork and then transported to the Santa Rosa County jail where he was booked on three charges. He is charged with arson, criminal mischief and burglary. His bond is listed at $105,000. He provided his address in the 5800 block of Quietwood Drive in Milton.SRSO: Armed burglar starts re, waits for cops CHRISTOPHER MANNING Couple arrested, charged with traf cking meth CHRISTEN GILMORE BERT GILMORE By JASON JANDURA623-2120 jjandura@srpressgazette.com A suspicious license plate spotted by authorities in East Milton led to the arrest of a construction worker this week after the traf c stop uncovered more, according to a Santa Rosa Sheriffs Of ce report. William Nolan, 35 of Harold, was driving westbound on Highway 90 in Milton. Deputy Andrew Stone ran the tag number of the blue Chevy pickup truck Nolan was driving. The tag number was assigned to another vehicle, a white Ford. The deputy pulled Nolan over at the intersection of Ross Street and Johnson Road. Nolan was advised why he was pulled over and was asked to show his identi cation and proof of insurance. Nolan told authorities he could not provide registration because the vehicle was not registered and the tag was from another vehicle. The 35-year-old had a license that had been suspended twice in July of this year for failure to pay traf c nes. Deputy Stone noticed there was a surgical clamp attached to the side of the seat. He asked Nolan if there was anything else in the vehicle that would get the man in trouble. Nolan responded, there was a marijuana cigarette in dash tray. The deputy retrieved the cigarette with the mans permission. Nolan was arrested and transported to the Santa Rosa County jail. He was charged with attaching tag not assigned, driving while license suspended, possession of marijuana and possession of paraphernalia. He was given a bond of $2,000. Suspicious license plate leads to drug charge Law Enforcement Like us on SANTA ROSA PRESS GAZETTE

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LocalSanta Rosas Press Gazette| A7Saturday, October 19, 2013Her boyfriend, 28-year-old Alex Bryant, was at the kitchen sink, allegedly making methamphetamine. There was an open window above the sink, with a fan blowing air out of the building in the 4500 block of Belleville Court, directly off of Hickory Hammock Road. The report states there was a heavy chemical smell in the building. Bryant was told authorities were going to be called, so he left and exited the trailer. She asked him where the methamphetamine lab was, and he responded, its in the green car that just left. Bryant then bolted, running south toward Hickory Hammock Road. Authorities arrived at the residence, discovering methamphetamine-manufacturing materials. The strong odor was determined to be paper towels that had been soaked in camping fuel, which were discovered in a trash can. A check of Bryants background revealed that he had numerous purchases of pseudoephedrine at multiple pharmacies during a four-month period of time. A warrant was issued for his arrest Oct. 8. Bryant was arrested and booked into the Santa Rosa County this week for possession of a listed chemical with the intent to manufacture a controlled substance. He was given a $10,500 bond. Milton, stating the county was lacking scientic evidence of any negative impact on the water table. The other complaint is referred to as inverse condemnation, or the taking of property rights. I had certain nancial expectations that I should have been able to retain, Young said. Now, Im seeking whatever relief is available to me as part two of the Bert J. Harris act. The Bert J. Harris act is Florida statue 70.001, pertaining to private property right protection. The law recognizes that some laws, regulations, and ordinances of the state and political entities in the state, as applied, may inordinately burden, restrict or limit private property rights without amounting to taking under the State Constitution or the United States Constitution. Jones countered, stating the expansion of the East Milton well eld has been researched and going through a draft process for a number of years. The ordinance in question was established to protect citizens. The county did research and weighed the affect the well eld expansion would have on a number of factors, one being economic impact. The science we looked at and reviewed during the hearing was the same science that was before the county commissioners before enacting the ordinance, Jones said. That underscores the validity of the action the board took. Concerns were raised by the public in a prior forum about drinking water issues with a C&D facility. After an all-day meeting, the two sides reached a resolution via a development order. If approved by the Board of County Commissioners, Young would be able to excavate at the site. The two legal teams will be meeting to stamp out the specics of the potential deal that would relieve the county of pending litigation. Santa Rosa Soils LLC was originally permitted to dig the holes out to a maximum depth of 70-feetdeep. If the water table is found to be higher, they are required by law to keep a certain number of feet above the water table. The maximum depth is up for revision. But ultimately, the decision to allow or deny excavation of the property by the soil company is made by the Board of County Commissioners. There was no timeframe set in stone on the deal during the meeting, but it was suggested that they strive for the sole county commission meeting in November. 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Yourmotherscooperationwhilegettingdressed.Acaressthattakesyoubacktoearlier years.Hangontothesemomentsbykeepingajournaldescribingthetimeswhenyoufeel astrongsenseofjoy.Describewhatmadethemomentsojoyful. Beasourceofreassuranceandwhatyouthinkmaybehappymemories.Touchyour motherthewayyoualwayshave.Singasongsheloved,andtrytogethertojoinyou. Whenyouremindherofwhatsheloved,youcanbringbothofyouameasureofpeace.

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LIFESTYLE www.srpressgazette.comSaturday, October 19, 2013 BSection Page 1Peaceful easy feelingA dear friend of the Press Gazette has been in the hospital for what seems like more than a month. She had major surgery and is experiencing a lot of ups and downs. She was our typesetter for years. She is one of the nicest and most gentle souls Ive ever known. She has spent most of her life caring for her brother, who has a host of medical issues. She and I were working one late night together a long time ago. She told me about her husband and how he drowned in a diving accident when they had not been married for very long. I believe that was more than 20 years ago. She seemed to have such a peace about it and I found my thoughts wandering to her apparent con dence in Gods outcome for all of us. When Cheryl and I worked together at the Press Gazette, my desk used to be located by the front door. I was in a vantage point to see her greet customers and answer questions with a smile. Everyone seemed to know her, including her church family always important to her. She has always been a soft-spoken woman, smiling and not wanting to bother anyone. Shes lying in a hospital bed now and Ive been praying for her, but Im not sure what to pray for exactly. Do I pray that she makes a full recovery and continues to live her life as she did before she fell ill, even though she is going to continue to have physical challenges? Or do I pray for God to end her suffering? Im glad God has this one because I would not want to be responsible for such a decision. A mutual friend saw her today and said she is lying in her bed at Sacred Heart, whispering, heaven, heaven, heaven over and over so I think I know what she is praying to happen. I was home and alone a lot a couple of years ago. I spent much time thinking about the value we place on life and the great pain we suffer when we lose someone to death. If it were not for the immense love we have for another person, we would not suffer nearly as much. It made me think of my grandmother and how she lived alone when I was in my late twenties. She always wanted to talk with me and show me her owers, her sketches, and share her ice cream or roast with me. I had two small boys and I was preoccupied with my own life, but I made time for her when I could. Now that Im much older, I would have no problem sitting with her to learn what she wanted to share. And I did spend time with her. She told me a lot about our family and the history and where I got my blue eyes. So during my own time alone recently, I imagined I was an old person, at the end of my life and wanting to share things with the younger people in our family. I have to admit I wonder if I will become a burden and will the young grandsons who adore me now, have time for me in twenty years? Of course I have no idea what will happen by the time twenty more years pass. But I do know what I want for my friend. I pray for her to have peace. Where ever she is. LYNNE HOUGHWoman on the Edge 2013 Pace Patriot Homecoming SUBMITTED PHOTOSThe 2013 Pace High Homecoming Queen is Miss Amy Russo (above) and the 2013 Pace High Homecoming King Mr. Tim Vincent (below).Photos by BECKY BONDURANT| Special to the Press GazetteNothing could be sweeter, than a win in front of a standing room only 2013 Pace Homecoming crowd. With only 6:12 on the clock during the rst quarter the Pace Patriots scored their rst touchdown of the night. The Patriots would continue to win their second game in a row, 31-17. Senior Austin Harris and Taz Anderson both had successful sacks. Junior Dillion Draugh was credited with nine tackles and Junior Quaide Weimerskirch rushed for 258 yards and added a touchdown for the Patriots. Brett Birmingham #30 a sophomore added 3 touchdowns along with Trey Steelmans seven kick points. The football stands were full of Patriot supporters who were ready to watch their football team defeat Ft. Walton Beach 31-17. Assistant Principal Herb Cannon said, This homecoming week has been awesome. This week is more than just about academics; it is about building unity and pride. Our students stepped up to make all the weeks special activities go smoothly. Freshman Hannah Holmes participates in the Pace Patriot Band Homecoming performance. Patriot Pride runs through every vein of the Otts family. Ronnie Otts played football for the Patriots and graduated in 1998, his wife Jennifer was a cheerleader and graduated in 1999. She is now a teacher at Pace Elementary where she prepares students to become a future Patriot. The Otts enjoyed visiting and reminiscing with former classmates and teammates during the alumni reception that was held during the rst half of the homecoming football game. The Otts children, Dean and Vivian will keep all the traditions alive within their family and will both be Pace Patriots. The crowd was on their feet as the Pace High Cheerleaders kept them all cheering for their Patriots. The Patriots won 31-17.

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B2 | Santa Rosas Press Gazette Saturday, October 19, 2013 In dysfunctional and ideologically driven Washington, it seems the only way to slow out-ofcontrol spending is with the debt ceiling votes. Republicans control only one-half of one-third of the government. The only leverage they have in imposing some form of scal sanity is their debt ceiling votes. All the posturing and rhetoric of Democrats and Republicans leading up to the deal remind me of a WWF wrestling match: lots of pre-match bluster with a predetermined outcome. It seems all the politicians want to do now is hit the pause button on all of this. Both sides are getting beat up in the polls. Obama said he would negotiate after he got his way, with full funding hardly a genuine proposal. It has been said negotiating with Obama is like playing chess with pigeons. They y in with great ceremony but wont make a move when its their turn. Then they leave, come back and knock over all the pieces, mess on the chess board and strut around like they won. Vladimir Putin felt that way dealing with Obama on NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden. We should listen to the clairvoyant Putin; he can predict with 100 percent certainty which of his political opponents will kill themselves in the coming weeks. The country is looking for down-the-road spending restraint that would cut the decit. We borrow 40 cents on every dollar we spend. We cannot keep borrowing money and just printing more. When you peer through the fog of political war going on in D.C., you see it is all about spending and the role of government in our lives. How much do we want, and what are we willing to spend for it? Obama is a diminished man; his approval numbers are at all-time lows. Republicans feel they can take him on, but Obamas political calculus says he can blame the shutdown on them. This conict is more about his ego than what is best for our country. This type of governmental dysfunction might make it hard to maintain Washingtons lofty 12 percent approval rating. Americans are tiring of the punitive nature of government and starting to realize just how little they miss government when it shuts down. Republicans seem disorganized. They should have tried to secure for taxpayers a reprieve from the 3.8 percent ObamaCare tax instead of attempting to delay the medical device tax. They should have better tied to the spending bill Obama exempting unions, big business and congressional staffers from ObamaCare. Yet, I feel for Speaker John Boehner; controlling the disparate factions of the Republican Party must be hard. Add that to dealing with the slippery Dingy Harry Reid, and getting a deal must be like trying to gift wrap an octopus. Senate Majority Leader Reid can do what he wants with his lapdog, lemming-like liberals. They vote as he directs and are more about power and politics than original thought. The Democrats are monolithic, raised in the power of a political machine and trained not to cross it. Harry Reids reign over them is like Weekend at Bernies; he puts a hat and sunglasses on them and drags them where he wants, for any reason he wants. Part of the problem is that, when we have debt ceiling issues and shutdowns, spending priorities are pushed to the President and away from Congress. Congress needs to regain control of funding Americas priorities. We should not want Obamas punitive, crony-based spending priorities in place; we should demand sensible ones. I say we put Republican Rep. Paul Ryan and Democrat Oprah Winfrey in a room and let them hammer out a deal. With his widows peak that is sharper than a scalpel, Ryan could cut the budget. And Oprah, who decided to cancel shows and re people at her Oprah Winfrey Network, has shown she will not decit spend forever in hopes of spurring growth that does not materialize. In an attempt to slither out of this problem of their own making, the two sides are now talking about funding government through the holidays. That way members of the Obama administration can get in a holiday mood and draw names for their Secret Santa gift exchanges. There is a $20 spending limit on gifts, but they are likely to go $7 trillion over budget. Ron Hart can be reached at Ron@ RonaldHart.com or visit www.RonaldHart.com. Everyone wants to make their mark on the world, to make a difference in a way that their impact will be felt for years after they are gone. I believe one of the best ways to do this is to create a legacy of giving by instilling the spirit of giving in our children. Though this might not be something that will get us a statue in our honor, a building with our name on it, or national recognition; it is something that is guaranteed to make an impact well beyond our imagination. A legacy is something that is handed down or remains from a previous generation of time. Think about how incredible our community and our world could be if we instilled a spirit of giving into our children that cultivated a generation of givers. So if we agree on the concept, what does that look like? It doesnt mean that every time there is a fundraiser, we give our kids money to donate so they know what it means to give. It starts with teaching them the importance of giving. And not just nancial giving, but giving of their time through volunteering and giving of their hearts through advocating for others. When we teach children the importance of giving and engage them in their communities they begin to feel empowered that they can make a difference no matter how small they are. That empowerment is the key to children staying engaged in their communities and becoming responsible citizens. After teaching children the importance of giving we must show them what it looks like to have a spirit of giving and that they can give to others in many ways. In small actions like holding the door for someone when their hands are full, returning something that they saw someone drop, sharing their supplies with a kid in class that doesnt have any, or standing up for a classmate that is being picked on. In larger ways by participating in a charity walk with the family that raises money and awareness for a cause, collecting canned goods for families that might not have a holiday meal, or collecting cards for someone at school who has been sick. These are all great examples of actions that exemplify the spirit of giving, but the biggest action we can take is to lead by example. Even if you do not have children, there are children watching you. Children are like sponges, and they look to adults all around them to learn how to live their lives. They are soaking it all in; our actions and our words. This is why the concept of leading by example is so important to cultivating a generation of givers. If they do not see our words in action the spirit of giving will be lost. I encourage everyone to create a legacy of giving by instilling the spirit of giving in the children in their lives, by teaching, leading and cultivating that spirit. If we do this we will be amazed at the outcome and impact to our families and our community. RON HArR TThe Hart Beat KrRISTEN LOErRALiving the United Way Working forests work for our communities and economy. Most people intuitively recognize that woodlands ll a vast array of needs, from jobs and products to wildlife habitats and water recharge areas. They do not, however, understand the importance of active, competitive markets in keeping lands forested and operational. Perhaps the most agrant example of this principle being overlooked is the criteria that the U.S. Green Building Council has developed for its Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design standards. LEED only awards points for wood that has been certied by the Forest Stewardship Council. The problem in Florida is that merely 120 acres of the 16.1 million acres of forestland in the state are certied under FSC. In contrast, almost 3 million acres are certied by the American Tree Farm System and the Sustainable Forestry Initiative collectively. Economically, LEEDs criteria create a bad deal for Floridas woodland owners, producers and its consumers. By monopolizing the market through its exclusionary policies, LEED narrows opportunities for Florida woodland owners and producers, making it harder for them to remain competitive. It reduces the demand for Florida wood, while benetting those growing and producing timber elsewhere. The decreased demand for Florida wood negatively affects prices and prots, making it more difcult for Florida landowners to maintain their forests. At the same time, LEED drives up prices for consumers by requiring green building projects to use FSC-certied wood. Most FSCcertied wood comes from other states or foreign countries and is more expensive. LEED also adversely affects green spaces and the environment. When forest owners nd themselves forced to develop their land into more protable uses, wildlife loses habitat; the air loses its natural lters; our water supply loses areas for recharge and storage; and people lose opportunities for recreation and natural scenic beauty. In short, the standards represent a lose-lose situation for everyone except FSC. This year, Gov. Rick Scott and the Florida legislature took an enormous step toward leveling the playing eld and increasing competition in the marketplace by giving public agencies more exibility to use wood certied by other programs for building projects. This means all wood is treated equally when our tax dollars are used to build public facilities like parks, community centers, and schools. When it comes to public projects, Florida woodland owners and producers are now given a fair chance to compete. Our ght is not over, however. Many private projects also seek the LEED stamp of approval. Inequality still exists in this sector, causing contractors to look to other states or foreign countries for FSC-certied wood to complete structures with the LEED designation. Working forests work. Like other businesses and industries, they thrive in a freemarket system. The Florida Forestry Association, its members and staff will continue to advocate for equality in this vital arena. I hope that others who appreciate and enjoy our states forests will join us. Lynetta Usher Griner was elected as president of FFA in 2012. She and her husband, Ken, began working in her familys timber business after her brothers death in 1989. Under their leadership, Usher Land & Timber Inc. has been honored as the Logger of the Year on the state and national level and has also received Audubons Sustainable Forestry Award. This year, they were recognized for their exceptional natural resource stewardship with a County Alliance for Responsible Environmental Stewardship award. Debt ceiling the only mechanism to control spendingInstill a spirit of giving in children OpinionLeveling the LEEEED playing eld LYNETTA GrRINErR

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LocalB4 | Santa Rosas Press Gazette Saturday, October 19, 2013 By BECKY BONDURANTSpecial to the Press Gazette beckysrpgsports@yahoo.com The Florida Division of Forestry provided sawmill operation demonstrations during the 10th Annual Munson Heritage Festival held on the grounds of the Krul Recreation Area in Munson. The sawmill which was purchased in 1989 by Mr. Norman Riley, who resides in the Blackwater River State Forest, used it for his own personal operations until he donated it in 2009 to the Florida Forest Service to be used at the Heritage Festival and other events. It was Rileys desire that the areas rich heritage of logging and lumber production could be observed and preserved for generations. The sawmill was originally purchased and put into operation in the mid 1950s in Baldwin County Alabama, by Mr. Ray Giles. Giles and his sons cut timber and produced lumber with the mill for over 35 years. The original mill was purchased with all wood parts, but Giles and his sons replaced those parts with metal improvements. Two major hurricanes made landfall in their area during that time period and left massive timber damage that the Giles cut into lumber. The saw mill which is now called the Riley Sawmill, is powered by a General Motors diesel truck motor. The left handed cut has a circular 48 inch blade with 52 carbine teeth. The blade turns at 600 rpms and can cut logs with the dimensions up to ten feet long and up to a 22 inch diameter. During the Annual Munson Heritage Festival the saw mill as well as a grist mill, cane press and more demonstrations are available for viewing and recollecting the heritage of our area. Over 90 vendors were on the grounds to provide a fun weekend of arts, crafts, music, food, art, and heritage of the Munson Community. Festival Secretary Justin Rowell stated, The festival was great with approximately 5000 visitors through the park. We want to thank everyone who came out. The festival is held annually during the second weekend of October.SPECIAL TO THE PRESS GAZETTESunrise Kiwanis volunteered for the fourth year at the Munson Heritage Festival with the help of the Kiwanis Key Club of Central School. The Key Club volunteers were Kevin Arant, Amanda Griswold, Olivia Blue, Shanne Odom, Kaeley Payne, and a special new friend Justin Lewis. Only two of the Key Club volunteers are pictured above. Sunrise Kiwanis and the Munson Heritage Festival, that raises money for the community, had a good volunteer turnout from Milton High School also, with ve of the volunteers pictured here. The Heritage Festival is the second weekend of October every year and is great family entertainment with music, food, crafts, and a look at the method of living long ago in the County. 10th annual festival offers sawmill demos SPECIAL TO THE PRESS GAZETTE KIWANIS VOLUNTEER AT MUNSON FESTIVAL

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www.srpressgazette.comSaturday, October 19, 2013 BPage 5Section SPORTSBy BECKY BONDURANTSpecial to the Press Gazette beckysrpgsports@yahoo.com Playing both ways on the football is nothing to senior Jarred Hunt. Jarred a two year starter for the Jay Royals plays both defensive end as well as on the offensive line. Hunt, a senior at Jay also competes in track and eld. Last spring, he qualied for regionals in the shot put and has aspirations of doing that again this season and even going further. The son of Richard and Jerenda Hunt loves football. Hunt got his football start at the PARA in Pace. He attended Pace High before moving to Jay. He has visited and is planning on playing football for Faulkner University in Montgomery, Al. I am so excited to think about playing football at the next level. It is going to be much more intense with bigger crowds and bigger athletes, shared Hunt. Jay Varsity Football Coach Kent Smith stated, Jarred plays every down. He plays hard. He is a great student as well. Hunt makes good grades in the classroom; jokingly he admits that Spanish is not his best subject. His outlook on the classroom and life is the same attitude that he plays with on the football eld. I give everything Ive got and I know my team is doing the same, said Hunt. The favorite part of the game for Hunt is when he gets to sack the quarterback. He said, A successful sack gives me so much energy. Critiquing his own game, Hunt considers what he needs to improve on and responds that he would like to improve squeezing while on defense. Hunt quickly responds to who he considers his teams biggest rival, Baker High School. I know they are going to play hard against us, and we are going to return the effort on our end to give them a competitive game, replied Hunt. Minnesota Vikings Adrian Peterson is Hunts favorite player. He admires how Peterson has stayed focused on his game even through great adversity. Hunt, gives everything he has to the game he loves as well.Jay Royal: Jarred Hunt #54 BECKY BONDURANT | Special to the Press GazetteJay Senior Jarred Hunt plays defensive end and offensive line for the Royals. Football PROFILESouthern Raceway in Milton, Fla., has resigned with the NeSmith Chevrolet Old Mans Garage Weekly Racing Series Late Models and added the NeSmith Performance Parts Street Stock Division for the 2014 season. Drivers each division will compete for both a National and Weekly point fund. The current Hobby Division at Southern Raceway will become the NeSmith Performance Street Stock Division for the 27week 2014 season. In both the NeSmith Chevrolet Old Mans Garage Weekly Racing Series Late Model Division and the NeSmith Performance Parts Street Stock Division, drivers will count their best 14 weekly point totals. Were excited already for 2014 by sanctioning with the NeSmith Chevrolet Old Mans Garage Weekly Racing Series for Late Models and adding the NeSmith Performance Parts Street Stock Division for next season, Southern Raceway Technical Director Buddy Miller said. I believe in being under a sanction, and I really like how NeSmith Racing does things. Miller said both the competitors in each Division and the track ownership is excited about their continued relationship with NeSmith Racings and adding the NeSmith Performance Street Stock Division for 2014. I got one of the Southern Raceway owners to go through the pit area with me recently to talk to the drivers and see how excited they are about the sanction with NeSmith Racing, and now he is excited too, Miller said. We have several guys that are already building new NeSmith Performance Parts Street Stock Division for the 2014 season. Southern Raceway joins a growing list of tracks in the NeSmith Performance Parts Street Stock Division. Tracks that were sanctioned during the 2013 season were Jackson Motor Speedway in Jackson, MS, Magnolia Motor Speedway in Columbus, MS, Why not Motorsports Park in Meridian, MS, Hattiesburg Motorsports Park in Hattiesburg, MS, St. Tammany Raceway in Lacombe, LA, Moulton Speedway in Moulton, AL, Green Valley Speedway in Glencoe, AL, and Talladega Short Track in Eastaboga, AL. Having a common set of rules gives Street Stock competitors the option of racing at any NeSmith Performance Parts Street Stock Division sanctioned track without having to make any changes to their race cars. They can also compete in the Mississippi Street Stock Series touring races. MSSS has adopted the NeSmith Performance Parts Street Stock Division rules. The NeSmith Performance Parts Street Stock Division rules also give competitors the option to save money on their engine costs by using the $3,195 Chevrolet Performance 602 Crate Engine that is built and sealed at the factory to prevent any expensive modi cations. The Chevrolet Performance 602 Crate Engine proved to be a very competitive in 2013 with ve of the top 10 drivers in the 2013 NeSmith Performance Parts Street Stock Division point standings using the economical engine with 14 wins among them. The engine is in stock and available for free next day delivery anywhere in the Southeast from NeSmith Chevrolet in Claxton, GA. To place an order call Tim Bland at 1-877-497-3624. The top three drivers in the 2013 NeSmith Performance Parts Street Stock Division point standings represented three different states. Trey Bright of Coker, AL is the 2013 NeSmith Performance Parts Street Stock Division National Champion, Kevin Spears of Fayette, AL was the National Championship Runner-Up, and Calvin Cook of Pace, FL nished third. The 2013 NeSmith Chevrolet Old Mans Garage Weekly Racing Series National Champion Noah Daspit of Kiln, MS picked up one of his 15 wins this season at Southern Raceway on his way to the $10,000 title. For more information and rules about the NeSmith Chevrolet Old Mans Garage Weekly Racing Series Late Models and the NeSmith Performance Parts Street Stock Division, visit the series all-new web site at www.nesmithracing. com, or visit the series on Facebook at NeSmith Racing. Becoming a fan of the NeSmith Racing Facebook page will make you eligible for special prizes that will be given away each month. You can follow us on Twitter @NeSmithRacing.A-FLIGHTTIE 1ST PLACE +2 ROD MANNING BOBBY HENSON PATRICK MCCRARY TIE 4TH PLACE EVEN BOB BARBAREE TOMMY COUCHMANB-FLIGHT1ST PLACE +9 GEORGE HITCHCOCK 2ND PLACE +5 MERLEY CLARKE 3RD PLACE +4 GORDY CLARKE 4TH PLACE +2 LARRY STEELMANU-6 SOCCER STANDINGSThru October 12, 2013 W in Loss Tie Points East League Bullets 7 0 1 17 Tankers 5 1 2 13 Rockets 3 3 1 8 Strikers 0 7 0 0 West League Choppers 6 2 0 16 Fighters 4 3 0 10 Turbos 3 5 0 7 Pilots 0 7 0 0U-8 SOCCER STANDINGSThru October 12, 2013 East League Rowdies 7 0 0 17 Pacers 4 1 2 10 Tigers 3 3 2 9 Warriors 2 5 0 5 West League Sharks 3 4 1 9 Eagles 3 4 1 8 Heat 2 4 1 7 Bombers 2 5 1 6U-10 SOCCER STANDINGSThru October 12, 2013 East League Galaxy 7 0 17 Vipers 5 2 12 Rapids 1 6 3 Dynamo 0 7 0 West League Twisters 6 1 16 Chargers 4 3 9 Hurricanes 3 4 7 Timbers 2 5 3U-12 SOCCER STANDINGSThru October 12, 2013 Cosmos 7 0 0 20 Arsenal 5 12 0 15 Knights 4 3 0 11 United 3 4 0 8 Flyers 2 5 0 6 Patriots 0 7 0 0U-14 SOCCER STANDINGSThru October 12, 2013 Comets 3 2 0 9 Lakers 3 1 0 9 Barracudas 2 2 0 6 Lightning 2 3 0 6 Strikers 1 3 0 3Point System for Soccer StatsVictory for inside league: 3 points (all leagues) Victory for outside league: 2 points (all leagues) Tie: U6 & U8 1point NO ties in U11 and U14 Shoot Outs in U14: Inside League: 2 points Outside League: 1 pointGospel Projects YAC Southern Raceway resigns with NeSmith Chevrolet and adds NeSmith Street Stocks for 2014Red Box Oct. 17, 2013Flight A Net1. Pat Bowers & Liz Giles 2. Melanie Duvall & Joanne Kelley 3. Bonnie Cook & Dot CollinsChip-InsBonnie Cook #9 Liz Giles #9 Joanne Quesinberry #10BirdiesBonnie Cook #9Sandy ParsAudrey Belanger #15 Nancy Welch #15Stonebrook Ladies Golf Ringerboard Dog ght at Stonebrook

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The Certificate Number and year of Issuance, the Description of property, and Name(s) in which it is assessed is as follows: Certificate Number: 6763 Year of Issuance: 2010 Description of Property: COM AT NW COR OF SEC 39-1S-27W, TH S 00*06 E 268.59 TO N R/W OF GORDAN EVANS RD, TH S 50*50 E 97.35 TO POB, TH CONT 70.50, TH N 39*09 E 150, TH N 50*50 W 70.50, TH S 39*09 W 150 TO POB, AS DES IN OR BK 2585 PG 73 Parcel ID: 39-1S-27-0000-01717-000 0 Name in which Assessed: ADAM J TEICHNER JULIE A TEICHNER All of the above property is located in Santa Rosa County, In the State of Florida. Unless such certificate shall be redeemed according to Law, the Property described in such Certificate will be sold to the Highest Bidder, at the east end lobby of the County Administrative Complex at 6495 Caroline St., Milton, Florida on the 4th day of November, 2013 at 12:00 noon. Dated this the 24th day of September, 2013. Donald C. Spencer Clerk of the Circuit Court of Santa Rosa County, Florida By: DEBBIE LAWSON Deputy Clerk 9/28, 10/5, 10/12, & 10/19/2013 9/1461 9/1449 NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT SANTA ROSA COUNTY holder of the following Tax Sale Certificate has filed said Tax Certificate for the Tax Deed to be issued thereon. The Certificate Number and year of Issuance, the Description of property, and Name(s) in which it is assessed is as follows: Certificate Number: 6536 Year of Issuance: 2011 Description of Property: LT 127 BLK A, EAST BAY HEIGHTS, AS DES IN OR 2692 PG 838 Parcel ID: 19-2S-27-1010-00A00-127 0 Name in which Assessed: BRAD N WILSON KATHRYN L WILSON DOROTHY STEARNS All of the above property is located in Santa Rosa County, In the State of Florida. Unless such certificate shall be redeemed according to Law, the Property described in such Certificate will be sold to the Highest Bidder, at the east end lobby of the County Administrative Complex at 6495 Caroline St., Milton, Florida on the 4th day of November, 2013 at 12:00 noon. Dated this the 24th day of September, 2013. Donald C. Spencer Clerk of the Circuit Court of Santa Rosa County, Florida By: DEBBIE LAWSON Deputy Clerk 9/28, 10/5, 10/12, & 10/19/2013 9/1449 9/1452 NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT WILLIAM OR CAROL CALFEE holder of the following Tax Sale Certificate has filed said Tax Certificate for the Tax Deed to be issued thereon. The Certificate Number and year of Issuance, the Description of property, and Name(s) in which it is assessed is as follows: Certificate Number: 2648 Year of Issuance: 2011 Description of Property: LT 5 BLK X, CHAFFIN ADD, LESS THAT PART OF LT 5 FOUND IN FJ CASE #79-C-11 GRANTING PART OF LT 5 TO MADELINE COLLINS & LESS S 70 FT AS DES IN OR 637 PGS 766, 767, 768 Parcel ID: 34-2N-28-0570-00X00-005 0 Name in which Assessed: MARIA SMITH EST All of the above property is located in Santa Rosa County, In the State of Florida. Unless such certificate shall be redeemed according to Law, the Property described in such Certificate will be sold to the Highest Bidder, at the east end lobby of the County Administrative Complex at 6495 Caroline St., Milton, Florida on the 4th day of November, 2013 at 12:00 noon. Dated this the 24th day of September, 2013. Donald C. Spencer Clerk of the Circuit Court of Santa Rosa County, Florida By: DEBBIE LAWSON Deputy Clerk 9/28, 10/5, 10/12, & 10/19/2013 9/1452 9/1450 NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT DANIEL PITTMAN holder of the following Tax Sale Certificate has filed said Tax Certificate for the Tax Deed to be issued thereon. The Certificate Number and year of Issuance, the Description of property, and Name(s) in which it is assessed is as follows: Certificate Number: 100 Year of Issuance: 2011 Description of Property: S 264 FT OF N 1056 FT OF E2 OF SE4 OF SW4, 5-3N-26W Parcel ID: 05-3N-26-0000-00900-000 0 Name in which Assessed: BESSIE PAYNE CARVER SYLVIAN S CARVER All of the above property is located in Santa Rosa County, In the State of Florida. Unless such certificate shall be redeemed according to Law, the Property described in such Certificate will be sold to the Highest Bidder, at the east end lobby of the County Administrative Complex at 6495 Caroline St., Milton, Florida on the 4th day of November, 2013 at 12:00 noon. Dated this the 24th day of September, 2013. Donald C. Spencer Clerk of the Circuit Court of Santa Rosa County, Florida By: DEBBIE LAWSON Deputy Clerk 9/28, 10/5, 10/12, & 10/19/2013 9/1450 9/1451 NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT WILLIAM OR CAROL CALFEE holder of the following Tax Sale Certificate has filed said Tax Certificate for the Tax Deed to be issued thereon. The Certificate Number and year of Issuance, the Description of property, and Name(s) in which it is assessed is as follows: Certificate Number: 836 Year of Issuance: 2011 Description of Property: PROPERTY DESCRIBED IN OR BOOK 2933 PAGE 1861 Parcel ID: 03-1N-28-2530-09100-009 5 Name in which Assessed: PHYLLIS D DUNCAN ESTATE All of the above property is located in Santa Rosa County, In the State of Florida. Unless such certificate shall be redeemed according to Law, the Property described in such Certificate will be sold to the Highest Bidder, at the east end lobby of the County Administrative Complex at 6495 Caroline St., Milton, Florida on the 4th day of November, 2013 at 12:00 noon. Dated this the 24th day of September, 2013. Donald C. Spencer Clerk of the Circuit Court of Santa Rosa County, Florida By: DEBBIE LAWSON Deputy Clerk 9/28, 10/5, 10/12, & 10/19/2013 9/1451 9/1457 NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT US BANK CUST TRC SPE LLC holder of the following Tax Sale Certificate has filed said Tax Certificate for the Tax Deed to be issued thereon. The Certificate Number and year of Issuance, the Description of property, and Name(s) in which it is assessed is as follows: Certificate Number: 1625 Year of Issuance: 2010 Description of Property: PROPERTY DESCRIBED IN OR BOOK 2220 PAGE 923 Parcel ID: 13-1N-29-0000-00436-000 0 Name in which Assessed: J D HEMBREE All of the above property is located in Santa Rosa County, In the State of Florida. Unless such certificate shall be redeemed according to Law, the Property described in such Certificate will be sold to the Highest Bidder, at the east end lobby of the County Administrative Complex at 6495 Caroline St., Milton, Florida on the 4th day of November, 2013 at 12:00 noon. Dated this the 24th day of September, 2013. Donald C. Spencer Clerk of the Circuit Court of Santa Rosa County, Florida By: DEBBIE LAWSON Deputy Clerk 9/28, 10/5, 10/12, & 10/19/2013 9/1457 9/1454 NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT WILLIAM HUDGENS holder of the following Tax Sale Certificate has filed said Tax Certificate for the Tax Deed to be issued thereon. The Certificate Number and year of Issuance, the Description of property, and Name(s) in which it is assessed is as follows: Certificate Number: 612 Year of Issuance: 2009 Description of Property: PROPERTY DESCRIBED IN OR BOOK 2381 PAGE 2040 Parcel ID: 05-1N-27-0000-00235-000 0 Name in which Assessed: JACKSON FAMILY TRUST All of the above property is located in Santa Rosa County, In the State of Florida. Unless such certificate shall be redeemed according to Law, the Property described in such Certificate will be sold to the Highest Bidder, at the east end lobby of the County Administrative Complex at 6495 Caroline St., Milton, Florida on the 4th day of November, 2013 at 12:00 noon. Dated this the 24th day of September, 2013. Donald C. Spencer Clerk of the Circuit Court of Santa Rosa County, Florida By: DEBBIE LAWSON Deputy Clerk 9/28, 10/5, 10/12, & 10/19/2013 9/1454 9/1460 NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT US BANK CUST TRC SPE LLC holder of the following Tax Sale Certificate has filed said Tax Certificate for the Tax Deed to be issued thereon. The Certificate Number and year of Issuance, the Description of property, and Name(s) in which it is assessed is as follows: Certificate Number: 3990 Year of Issuance: 2010 Description of Property: LT 5 BLK 30, NAVARRE, AS DES IN OR 1609 PG 1882 ALONG WITH 1/2 ADJOINING VACATED ALLEY AS DES IN OR 1842 PG 75 LESS 3/4 MIN RTS Parcel ID: 21-2S-26-2710-03000-005 0 Name in which Assessed: ERIC EDWARD CACHO All of the above property is located in Santa Rosa County, In the State of Florida. Unless such certificate shall be redeemed according to Law, the Property described in such Certificate will be sold to the Highest Bidder, at the east end lobby of the County Administrative Complex at 6495 Caroline St., Milton, Florida on the 4th day of November, 2013 at 12:00 noon. Dated this the 24th day of September, 2013. Donald C. Spencer Clerk of the Circuit Court of Santa Rosa County, Florida By: DEBBIE LAWSON Deputy Clerk 9/28, 10/5, 10/12, & 10/19/2013 9/1459 NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT US BANK CUST TRC SPE LLC holder of the following Tax Sale Certificate has filed said Tax Certificate for the Tax Deed to be issued thereon. The Certificate Number and year of Issuance, the Description of property, and Name(s) in which it is assessed is as follows: Certificate Number: 3951 Year of Issuance: 2010 Description of Property: S 75 FT OF N 1360 FT OF LT UU, CRESCENT SHORES, BEING PARCEL 1 BLK B OF UNREC SUB AS DES IN OR 1195 PG 778 Parcel ID: 21-2S-26-0780-0UU23-000 0 Name in which Assessed: MICHAEL H THOMPSON BARBARA F THOMPSON All of the above property is located in Santa Rosa County, In the State of Florida. Unless such certificate shall be redeemed according to Law, the Property described in such Certificate will be sold to the Highest Bidder, at the east end lobby of the County Administrative Complex at 6495 Caroline St., Milton, Florida on the 4th day of November, 2013 at 12:00 noon. Dated this the 24th day of September, 2013. Donald C. Spencer Clerk of the Circuit Court of Santa Rosa County, Florida By: DEBBIE LAWSON Deputy Clerk 9/28, 10/5, 10/12, & 10/19/2013 9/1459 9/1462 NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT US BANK CUST TRC SPE LLC holder of the following Tax Sale Certificate has filed said Tax Certificate for the Tax Deed to be issued thereon. The Certificate Number and year of Issuance, the Description of property, and Name(s) in which it is assessed is as follows: Certificate Number: 7229 Year of Issuance: 2010 Description of Property: LTS 10,11,12,13,26,27,28,29,30,31, BLK 722, AVALON BEACH, AS DES IN OR 2387 PG 152 Parcel ID: 40-1N-28-0090-72200-010 0 Name in which Assessed: GERTRUDE A GARDNER ESTATE All of the above property is located in Santa Rosa County, In the State of Florida. Unless such certificate shall be redeemed according to Law, the Property described in such Certificate will be sold to the Highest Bidder, at the east end lobby of the County Administrative Complex at 6495 Caroline St., Milton, Florida on the 4th day of November, 2013 at 12:00 noon. Dated this the 24th day of September, 2013. Donald C. Spencer Clerk of the Circuit Court of Santa Rosa County, Florida By: DEBBIE LAWSON Deputy Clerk 9/28, 10/5, 10/12, & 10/19/2013 9/1462 LOOKING FOR PAUL CAINE. PLEASE CALL JAN AT 330-658-3812 I lost my grandaddys oak walking stick at Gabberts peanut festival Saturday. It means very much to me and I am willing to pay a small reward for its return. Please call 8507236919 if you have it. Thank you, terry Simmons Auction Bank Owned Property -Bland County, Virginia. 425+/-acres offered in 13 tracts. 5,500+/ sq ft custom Rocky Mountain Log Home, additional brick bi-level home, horse barn, 2 ponds and great views, plus 405+/-acres joining National Forest. 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All bids must be original and delivered by hand, Fed Ex, or mail to the Santa Rosa County Procurement Department, 6495 Caroline Street Suite G, Milton, Florida, 32570; and must be received by 10:00 AM, November 26, 2013, at which time bids will be opened and read aloud. All interested parties are invited to attend. Bids are to be sealed and clearly labeled "BID NAVARRE BEACH MAINLAND WATER MAIN REHABILITATION PROJECT". Bids received after this time will be rejected and returned to the bidder unopened. Project documents may be inspected at the Santa Rosa County Procurement Department, 6495 Caroline Street Suite G, Milton, Florida 32570, and the Santa Rosa County Engineering Department, 6051 Old Bagdad Highway Suite 300, Milton, FL 32583. Specications may be secured from the Santa Rosa County Procurement ofce at a non refundable cost of $25.00 per CD. Telephone number (850) 983-1870 A pre-bid conference will be held at 10:00 a.m. local time on November 14, 2013 at the Navarre Beach Water and Sewer Department, 1411 Utility Drive, Navarre Beach FL 32561. Questions concerning this project should be directed to Joe Klaus at CH2MHILL. (850) 438-2740 extension 59139 The Board of County Commissioners reserves the right to waive informalities in bids, to reject any or all bids with or without cause, and to accept the bid that in its judgment is in the best interest of Santa Rosa County, Florida. Santa Rosa County Board of County Commissioners encourages all segments of the business community to participate in its procurement opportunities, including small businesses, minority/women owned businesses, and disadvantaged business enterprises. The Board does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, national ori gin, disability, sex, or age in the administration of contracts. By order of the Board of County Commissioners of Santa Rosa County, Florida NOTICE TO BIDDERS NAVARRE BEACH MAINLAND WATER MAIN REHABILITATION