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LYNNE HOUGH | Press GazetteThe fth grade chorus from Bennett C. Russell Elementary performed at Cordova Mall Saturday morning. Alicia Coon, music teacher for the school, has been busy with the students, who also performed at Santa Rosa Medical Center and on Gallery Night in downtown Milton recently. Their repertoire has been a variety of traditional and modern Christmas music. Santa Claus made an appearance Saturday and danced it up for the crowd. Actually, it was fth grade student Hudson Farkas with a little help from Santas elves.DANIEL THAMES | Special to the Press GazetteAccidents like this one are what county of cials tried to avoid by breaking up this busy intersection in Pace. The crossroads, known as 5-Points, is where Chumuckla Highway, Woodbine Road and Berryhill Road all come together. Berryhill Roads entrance onto Woodbine Road coming from the east, was moved a few hundred feet north of the intersection to give the intersection a much-needed break. Details on this crash have not been released yet by the Florida Highway Patrol. The information will be posted at www.pressgazette.com. By PAMELA HOLT623-2120 pholt@srpressgazette.com The decision of shortening the list of six possible judicial center sites at the Santa Rosa County Board of County Commissioners meeting Thursday was narrowed to four: JDL of Santa Rosa, with three votes, and a tie of three: BTF Florida, Coldwell Banker Commercial Properties, and Neal Inc. all with two votes. The votes were submitted with a paper ballot. Commissioners Williamson and Lynchard both abstained because of personal interest, being they own property on Avalon Blvd. located relatively close to the properties considered. Commissioner Jim Melvin was adamant the property on Highway 90, Coldwell Banker, would be a bad decision with highway thoroughfare being at capacity or over capacity. He says the county would rue the day they decided to place the future courthouse on the popular highway. He argues it would be far better to turn traf c on Avalon since it is brand new and constructed to accommodate such a load of traf c. But Commissioner Salter says he would like to have the Highway 90 property still in the mix and within the process of evaluation, traf c studies would show whether or not it would be bene cial. Commissioner Bob Cole says hes not made a decision on which property on the short list is the better of the four, but it depends on how sweet of a deal we get when we break ground. Cole said. If we dont watch our pennies, the citizens wont trust us and well never get the sales tax passed. He said hes still not giving up on the East Milton property offered to the county free of charge by William Byrom. Cole emphasized with no support from the board and just a few citizens saying theyre for it, theres not much else to be done. He continues to say if we had more citizens come forward, like several hundred people were to show their support, registering their opinion it could change the outcome. However, Cole says support so far is sporadic. But lets move forward, he said. Byrom sent a letter to the commissioners on Dec. 4, stating while knowing the properties being considered were on Highway 90 and Avalon Boulevard, he was offering 15 acres about one and a half miles from the Santa Rosa County jail. The projection of cost to build the judicial center is between $30-40 million. An estimation of completion of the courthouse project from the commissioners is between 2-5 years, respectively. COURTHOUSE Special to the Press GazetteThe fourth candle was extinguished on the Keep Your Holidays Bright re safety tree after a residential re in the 3100 block of Cayuga Trail. Santa Rosa County Emergency Communications received a call at midnight on Dec. 12 reporting smoke in the home. Crews from Avalon and Pace re departments arrived on scene at 12:11 a.m. No injuries were reported and the damage is estimated at approximately $35,000. The re is thought to have been caused by lights on a dry Christmas tree. Special to the Press GazetteA Milton man has been arrested and charged after stabbing another man several times in the back, according to Santa Rosa Sheriffs reports. Kristopher T. Keefer, 36, Stardust Trail, Milton, is accused of stabbing the victim, a male who authorities have not identi ed, in the back following an altercation. Witnesses say the pair had been arguing all day. Sheriffs of cials say deputies were dispatched to the area of Stardust Trail Saturday night. The ght was over when they arrived. Lifeguard Ambulance arrived on scene and paramedics began to tend to the wounds of the adult male victim, who was transported to an area hospital. Deputies say they gathered statements from witnesses and determined Keefer stabbed the victim several times in the back. Witnesses said the violence followed an attempt to talk it out in the street. It was at that point a ght began. Keefer, who was armed with a knife, stabbed the victim. Keefer was taken to an area hospital where he was checked for injuries. He was released into the custody of waiting deputies and was arrested. Keefer was taken to the Santa Rosa County jail and as placed on a $25,000 bond. Keefer was charged with aggravated battery with a deadly weapon. Sheriffs of cials say the victim is in serious condition at the hospital. Shortlist of properties reduced to 4East Milton still not on list Milton man in critical condition after stabbing911 note rescues mother, child Fourth candle extinguished on re safety tree Redneck parade photos, B5MARRIAGE LICENSES, DIVORCES PAGE A2 75 cents Wednesday, December 18, 2013 GazetteSanta Rosas Press Find breaking news at www.srpressgazette.comTweet us @srpressgazette and like us on facebook.com Community .....................................A2Opinion ...........................................A4Tide Report .....................................B2Sports...............................................B3Diversions ........................................B4 Classi eds ........................................B6 TABLE OF CONTENTS Volume 105 Issue 101Jim Fletcher Publisher 623-2120 news@srpressgazette.com By LYNNE HOUGH623-3616 lhough@srpressgazette.com A woman who told a gas station clerk in Pace to call 911 was rescued by sheriffs deputies on Interstate 10 in Okaloosa County, according to sheriffs reports. Michael Anthony Devita was arrested on the side of the interstate after deputies stopped the car he was driving. A Be On the Lookout (BOLO) for the car was issued by sheriffs deputies in Santa Rosa County after the 31-year-old female victim left a note with a clerk at Murphys Oil, 4988 Highway 90, Pace, reports say. The note told the clerk to call 911 and gave details about the car, where the driver was headed, and the woman who left the note. Deputies originally responded to Murphys Oil and gave the description of a green Honda. A few minutes later, a Phase 2 911 call from a cellphone came in from the area of the Moors on Avalon Blvd. meaning the location of the cellphone via GPS comes into the dispatch center. Deputies responded to the area where the call came in and dispatchers advised the phone was traveling eastbound on Highway 10. The BOLO was re-issued as deputies attempted to catch up with the car. Around the Okaloosa County line, the car was found and stopped. Inside, deputies found a distraught, crying woman and child. The woman said she was the one who left the note and told deputies she only got back in the car because her child was in the vehicle. She told deputies Devita had been using meth for several days and began hitting her in Pace when they were driving around. She stated he continued to reach around from the front seat and strike her after leaving the gas station. SONGBIRDS AT CORDOVA MALL ACCIDENT AT 5 POINTS

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LocalA2 | Santa Rosas Press Gazette Wednesday, December 18, 2013 Elected OFFICIALSCOCOUNTY GOO VERNMENTCOUNTY 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..govSS TA A TE GO O VERNMENT 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@myoridahouse.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@myorida.comFF EDERAL AL GO O VERNMENTHOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES Rep. Jeff Miller: 336 Cannon House Ofce Building, Washington, D.C. 20515; local phone is 479-1183; D.C. Ofce phone (202) 225-4136. Pensacola ofce 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.SCSC HOOL OOL GO O VERNMENTSCHOOL 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.CICI TY GO O VERNMENT 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 Donut Delite NowOpenTheonlydonutshopinPace 4430Highway90PaceFLinNettlewoodPlaza 850-736-8713|Tues-Sun6am-1pm MentionthisduringDecemberandreceive FREEdonutsamplesandcoffee SuSU Bm M Itted TTED Ph H Ot T OJaeden Casey is big brother to previous babies of the week, twins Adrian and Christian Casey. He loves being with their parents in Missouri at Whiteman Air Force base. Jaeden is 3 years, 9 months old. He is a big help to mommy. His favorite show is Maters Tall Tales. He loves strawberry milk and his favorite foods are Mac and cheese and pizza. He is a Florida boy, but since moving to Missouri, he really likes playing in the snow. BAByY OF theTHE WeeEEK Press Gazette B BIrthdRTHDAy Y CCLuUBBetty McDonald: Dec. 18 Ashley Wilkie: Dec. 18 Susan R. Murray: Dec. 19 Dr. Bill Trimble: Dec. 20 Caden Atkins: Dec. 20 Dec. 2-13MILLER JAMES LYNN, MILLER JO ANN STUART PETER J, STUART VELMA J P MCLAMB CHAD EDWARD LEE, MCLAMB RUTH ANN ZEHR DAVID R, ZEHR JESSICA L CADDELL JASON HEATH, CADDELL MOLLY ROSE MCGUIRE GIBBONS SARA DAWN, GIBBONS RICHARD WILLIAM CHAMBLESS STACY, CHAMBLESS SAMMIE O JR BEASLEY THOMAS A SR, BEASLEY CATHERINE E GABBARD VICKI R, GABBARD TIMOTHY D THOMAS DIANE M, THOMAS MICHAEL G GARRETT MICHELLE, GARRETT BRADLEY DEMOS AVERY LEN, WELBORN ASHLEY MARIE GUERRA KATHY SUE, GUERRA AGUILAR JUAN ANTONIO HARRILL STEVEN, HARRILL MELISSA REYNOLDS SHARON RILEY, REYNOLDS AARON C III TROXEL DAVID ALAN, TROXEL SUSAN M DOWNING DANIELLE, DOWNING STEPHEN SMITH MICHAEL W, SMITH TRACEY HATHAWAY BRYAN C, HATHAWAY LATASHA J ENGLISH EDMOND A, ENGLISH LARUEN NICOLE DOWNING DANIELLE RENEE, DOWNING RICKY LEE ANDERSON EDWARD R, ANDERSON TERESA ANNETT PILSNER ADKINS KARRI ANN, ADKINS CHADWICK MIKEL STANWOOD DEBORAH KAYE, STANWOOD CRAIG WILCKEN DARIN MICHAEL, WILCKEN TERESINA K ENFINGER NEWTON LAMAR, ENFINGER JEANNE L CASTILLO ANGIE LIN, CASTILLO ALEJANDRO CATER LAURA N, CATER ERIC D GOYA ANGEL YOSHIHIDE, GOYA REBEKAH EVA ERVEN VALERIE ANN, ERVEN CLAY PATRICK BLAIR CYNTHIA R, BALIR ALAN D ROSENSWEIG ERIC, ROSENSWEIG EUDORA MULLICAN JEFFREY LYNN, MATTHEWS MECHALA HEALEY EUGENE B JR, MARTINEZ BERIN FILLINGIM JENNIFER KELLEY, FILLINGIM AARON THOMAS HARTLEY SHANNON D, HARTLEY RICHARD H SANTORO MELISSA, SANTORO JOHN MILLER MINDY D, MILLER DANNY A DEAGRO SEAN P, SORENSEN CHRISTIN L LIAMMAYTY HOBBS CHRISTA LIZABETH, HOBBS TAVARIS TAMIR FLEMING JEFFREY J, FLEMING MABEL JANETH STANDIFER BOBBY, STANDIFER MARTHA DUNN YVONNE MARY MCCANN, DUNN TIMOTHY THEODORE CLARK CHARLES M, LARK CRYSTAL CALHOUN ANA, CALHOUN ROBERT BENNETT KRISTINA, BENNETT JUSTIN Marriages and dDIvVOrRCeESDec. 2-13ZOLNIERZAK STEVEN THOMAS, ZINK JESSICA ANN RICHARDSON MICHAEL EARL, VICTORIA NICOLE OLIVER RICHARDS NICHOLAS MATHEW, LUNSFORD ERICA SUZANNE INGRAM JERRY EVAN, HINOTE MICHELLE MARIE THOMAS DEVON WHEELER, HAMILTON TIFFANY LADAWN FLETCHER HURON DALE, WALKOWSKI MELISSA LYNNE RICE TODD THERMAN, HOVANEC ANDREA NICOLE GARNER WILLIAM JERALD JR, MYERS LINDSEY MARIE FRANK CHRISTOPHER BRENNEN, WIGGINS JESSICA DENISE HOWARD THOMAS BARTLEY, ELLISON JENNIFER LYNN JOHNSON JOHN THOMAS, BROOKS JESSICA LEIGH HARRINGTON JOSEPH EDWARD, NIM SARAH MARIE ADENSAM STEVEN BEN, MCCUTCHEON TIFFANY ELIZABETH SCOTT STEPHEN BRETT, KLUGH KAYLA ASHLEY LLOYD JARRET LEE, DUGGINS SHELBY LEIGH HOUGH MICHAEL JOSEPH, REED KELSEA ANN HOWARD JONATHAN WILSON, SELBY BIANCA ANESE STRINGFELLOW JOSEPH LEROY, STRINGFELLOW FRANCES CLARK CAPERS TERRY JEROME JR, REED CHRISTI LYNN YOUNG ANTHONY WAYNE, MATELESKA MARY ELIZABETH ELLIS ASKEGARD LANCE ERIK, DOUBLEDAY MELISSA DANIELLE THUESEN GEORGE DONALD, CHESSER PAMELA FAYE DAVIS JAMES ROBERT, PERIDGON LARAH GAMUYAO SCHAFFER TIMOTHY JAMES, STEPHENS CHRISTEN ANGELICA SANCHEZ ROBERT GABRIEL, GONZALEZ LIZA KIMBERLY PETERSON JOHN MERRILL JR, BROWN ROSEMARY POSEY WEST COLIN MERRILL, COPELAND APRIL CORINNE GUSHLAW ANDREW CHARLES, SCHMDT AMANDA KRISTINE RAMOS GIANNI CHRISTOPHER AVEZAC, BRIONES ZARA KAY GENIDOMArrRRIAgeGES DIvVOrRCeESSpecial to the Press GazetteCCLIntNTOnN, MISS. Seventynine Mississippi College seniors were inducted in early December on the Clinton campus as new members of the 2013-14 Whos Who Among Students in American Universities & Colleges. One of the nations premier honor societies, the organization selects undergraduates based on their academic performance, leadership skills and community service. The luncheon held in honor of the students took place on Dec. 9. The keynote speaker was Paula Graves Ardelean, is a Mississippi College alumna and successful attorney in Jackson, Miss. She served as president of the Jackson Young Lawyers and Mississippi Bar Young Lawyer Division. She is currently a member of the governing body of the American Bar Associations Labor and Employment Law Section. Among those selected for the 2013-2014 Whos Who Among Students in American Universities and Colleges was Falyn Martin, a communications major. She is the daughter of Dwayne Martin of Pensacola and Steve and Angela Townley of Pace.SS Pe E CIAL tT O theTHE PrePRE SS GAZette ETTEFrom left to right: Dr. Lee Royce, Mississippi College president, Falyn Martin, Angela Townley, and Steve Townley.Local college student recognized among whos who at Mississippi College The City of Miltons City Council will meet in Executive Session and as the Board of Directors of Sundial Utilities on Monday, January 6, 2014, at 4 p.m. in Council Chambers of City Hall, 6738 Dixon Street. The City of Miltons City Council will meet in Regular Session on Tuesday, January 14, 2014, at 5 p.m. in Council Chambers of City Hall, 6738 Dixon Street. All meetings are open to the public. For further information on the meeting, contact the City Managers Ofce at 983-5411. Milton MeetEETIngNGS

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Pope Francis, in his apostolic exhortation, levied charges against free market capitalism, denying that economic growth, encouraged by a free market, will inevitably succeed in bringing about greater justice and inclusiveness in the world and concluding that this opinion ... has never been con rmed by the facts. He went on to label unfettered capitalism as a new tyranny. Lets look at the popes tragic vision. First, I acknowledge that capitalism fails miserably when compared with heaven or a utopia. Any earthly system is going to come up short in such a comparison. However, mankind must make choices among alternative economic systems that actually exist on earth. For the common man, capitalism is superior to any system yet devised to deal with his everyday needs and desires. Capitalism is relatively new in human history. Before capitalism, the way people amassed great wealth was by looting, plundering and enslaving their fellow man. With the rise of capitalism, it became possible to amass great wealth by serving and pleasing your fellow man. Capitalists seek to discover what people want and produce and market it as ef ciently as possible as a means to pro t. A couple of examples would be J.D. Rockefeller, whose successful marketing drove kerosene prices down from 58 cents a gallon in 1865 to 7 cents in 1900. Henry Ford became rich by producing cars for the common man. Both Fords and Rockefellers personal bene ts pale in comparison with that received by the common man by having cheaper kerosene and cheaper transportation. There are literally thousands of examples of how mankinds life has been made better by those in the pursuit of pro ts. Heres my question to you: Are people who, by their actions, created unprecedented convenience, longer life expectancy and a more pleasant life for the ordinary person and became wealthy in the process deserving of all the scorn and ridicule heaped upon them by intellectuals, politicians and now the pope? Lets examine the role of pro ts but rst put it in perspective in terms of magnitude. Between 1960 and 2012, aftertax corporate pro t averaged a bit over 6 percent of the gross domestic product, while wages averaged 47 percent of the GDP. Far more important than simple statistics about the magnitude of pro ts is its role in guiding resources to their highest-valued uses and satisfying people. Arthur C. Brooks, president at the American Enterprise Institute and author of Who Really Cares, shows that Americans are the most generous people on the face of the earth. In fact, if you look for generosity around the world, you nd virtually all of it in countries that are closer to the free market end of the economic spectrum than they are to the socialist or communist end. Seeing as Pope Francis sees charity as a key part of godliness, he ought to stop demonizing capitalism. Walter E. Williams is a professor of economics at George Mason University.Page 4 www.srpressgazette.comWednesday, December 18, 2013 ASection OPINIONThe pope and capitalismAmericans need jobsDear Editor, Jobs are the issue; our Congressmen just dont get it. Americans are oundering until the economy recovers. The economy wont recover until there are suf cient non-government jobs to employ the masses. There will not be suf cient jobs until we address the issue that caused our job losses in the rst place, our inability to compete with the rest of the world. We lost our competitiveness in the early 80s and jobs started leaving. Our representatives in Washington are doing nothing. They either dont get it or lack the courage to take on the issue. There is a light at the end of the tunnel and its sitting right in their midst. HR 25, the FairTax Bill takes on the issue of our lack of competitiveness and solves it. By changing our federal income tax system from taxing all forms of personnel income to a national sales tax on new goods and services, we win. This new system eliminates all embedded taxes and tax associated costs throughout the manufacturing process. All of a sudden America arguably becomes the low cost place in the world to do business and therefore the place to build your new factory. Good paying jobs return. Americans win. Right now 74 Congressmen are cosponsoring the bill. Its likely that yours is not. Contact him or her today. Find out more at FairTax.org.Anthony GasbarroFairhope, Ala.Honest mistake?Dear Editor, Lo and behold! Was I surprised to learn that I was physically in two places at one time on Tuesday, Nov. 19. Although I pride myself in being a multi-tasker, I admit I just couldnt pull this one off. In a letter to the editor on Sat. Dec. 14, Kim McCarthy of Milton stated that I was part of a delegation of local government and nonpro t organization leaders, former Main Street Milton program managers, and Main Street Milton business owners and citizens who traveled to Tallahassee to meet with Florida Main Street of cials to share their concerns over our local program. Although I would have been proud to be in such ne company as these individuals, I was actually 710 miles due west in Houston, Texas, that day. Perhaps writers of future editorials should research facts before names are emblazoned in print for the public to see. I would hope that it was just an honest mistake. Thank you.Clairen ReeseMiltonReader thankful for small town paperDear Editor, I am thankful we have a small town paper that keeps us informed of our local events and happenings. I am grateful as a member of a church, the Press Gazette helps us get news to the public. Without your service it will be very dif cult to publish news about our services. Thank you and Merry Christmas.Jean Rognstad Milton LETTERS TO THE EDITOR COLUMNIST MINORITY VIEWPOINTWalter Williams We 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. For a letter to be published, you must sign your name and include your phone number and address so we may contact you for veri cation, if necessary. Send letters to: 6629 Elva St. Milton, FL 32570 Fax: 850-623-9308 Email: news@ srpressgazette.com SHARE YOUR OPINIONSJOIN THE DISCUSSION The Press Gazette publishes reader comments and opinions posted on our Facebook and Twitter pages. Join the discussion at our Facebook page, Santa Rosa Press Gazette, or tweet us@srpressgazette. FIND IT ONLINE Visit www.srpressgazette. com for news, obituaries, sports, photo galleries and more. 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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.SAT 9:24 P.M.Jeff here. Going through Saturdays paper for the third time, and I see nothing about the fence on Hickory Hammock. Its on public property so a news agency should have no problem accessing public records. Its my third request. Whats up with that fence? Who paid for it? Who built it? Why is it there? Just wondering. Can I please see something about it? You said Wednesday you should have something on Saturday, and its Saturday. I also want to know who requested it. Was it county of cials? Editors note: We have calls placed to the county and FDOT. We will report back to you as soon as we hear anything. The public has access to public records too, by the way, have you called them?THURSDAY 7:27 A.M.This is Nita. My, what a president. He didnt respect himself or the man he was supposed to oversee. Thank you.THURSDAY 10:36 A.M.My name is Shelia. I am in favor of the new county courthouse being built in East Milton instead of on Avalon sites because of how much money will be saved. The paper has it right.THURSDAY 11:50 A.M.This is Mary, a senior citizen very concerned about the thing that is going on about Blackwater River State Forest and the military and the testing. Id like to inform the people thats having all of these meetings, ever since the s the military has always had men making maneuvers its a regular thing. I live almost to where this area is going to be, and I think they need to consult people that live here instead of environmental people. That would help. Thank you.THURSDAY 11:02 P.M.I have a comment. In the Dec. 11 paper in the Speak Out. Its so lled up with people saying long things. Half of the paper is lled out with long comments. Bye.FRIDAY 9:47 A.M.Im calling about the new courthouse that needs to be built. The only place it needs to be built is in East Milton. It doesnt take an Einstein to gure out that out there is the best place for it, where we dont have to traf c people back and forth to the jail. Put it on the referendum and have people vote on it, and see if you dont get a quick answer of the same thing. Thank you.FRIDAY 12:12 P.M.This is Barbara. This is for the person who called in about her nephew not getting to eat at Milton High. Everyone knows you have to be pre-quali ed. Your pay scale determines whether you eat free or not. Even a ninth grader should know that. Thank you.SATURDAY 7:57 A.M.This is Nita. As far as the asco with the palm trees, just remember the name of the nursery and whos coming up for reelection. Thats the best way. Thank you.SATURDAY 1:07 P.M.Hello. I am a business owner in Milton. I called the 911 number this morning and todays date is Dec. 14. I called around 11 oclock to report a domestic violence problem about two guys ghting. They, the 911 person, transferred me to the City of Pensacola. They told me to call the county. I told the dispatcher and he told me to call county. I didnt have pen or paper to write a number down. My question to him is why dont you get off your butt and call? Im not law enforcement, you are. This is pitiful. He didnt think enough of the domestic violence.SAT 3:05 P.M.Hi, this is Jim in Pace, regarding the courthouse. Why not just take the old Food World building? Its already there with parking and lighted and accessible to the handicapped. Soon the Kmart building will be vacant after it closes. Its already there, why not use it? Thank you.SATURDAY 5:19 P.M.This is Bobby. I just read your article about the palm trees in the median. From what I gather, the people in the city just wish no one had seen it. In other words, its okay to do whatever you want to do as long as no one seen it so they can vote against you. They sound like Hilary Clinton when she testi ed before Congress about those people who got killed in Benghazi. At this point what difference does it make? Well, come election time it may make a difference.SATURDAY 5:22 P.M.This is Pete. Every time I read a Speak Out submitted by (removed), this old saying comes to mind: Better to remain silent and be thought a fool than to speak out and remove all doubt.SATURDAY 5:38 P.M.This is a concerned taxpayer in SRC. I would like for someone to explain to me how a person who is incarcerated could continue to get free rent from the tax payers for a HUD house and have their family living in the house while theyre incarcerated? Doesnt someone need to contact the landlords and let them know the individual is incarcerated? An example of that is a home on Gray Street in Milton. If anyone could answer this for me, I would like to know.SATURDAY 5:42 P.M.This is Bobby. I see you have another diatribe from Raymond Johns that the whole world hates him. Says Dr. Kings death was in vain, and it wouldnt be if people would believe what he said. All black people dont have to think the same. Walter Williams isnt a traitor because he thinks different from Jesse Jackson. You need to think for yourself. Youll gure out that everybody doesnt hate everybody. Its just you. Thank you.SATURDAY 6:17 PMHello. This is Kevin. I want to tell you Thanksgiving is for real. (Name removed), I dont know where we would be without him. Hes keeping racism alive because he blames the white man. Hes a racist himself. SATURDAY 6:32 P.M.I was going out this morning to get my mail. I looked up and thought the sky was falling. Should we call Raymond Johns, Chrys Holley, Maria and everybody. I ran inside. I think its going to be alright.SAT 7:21 P.M.Regarding the courthouse, why not tear down the old one and build a new one in the same place? East Milton is too far out. Usually the courthouse is closer to the center of town. This is Martha. Thank you.SUNDAY 7:07 A.M.Im calling about the Christmas Redneck Parade. It looks more like a clan rally parade to me with all of the rebel ags. Im a black man whos middle aged. I think its unheard of to see all of those rebel ags with people acting silly in the name of Christmas.SUNDAY 8:58 A.M.I like Walter Williams, and I think hes a very smart black man. Thank you.SUNDAY 3:42 P.M. This is John. Walter Williams is de nitely an American patriot. He is due our respect, because hes an educated man who applies his education to his everyday life. He is unlike (removed), the person who is always writing letters and calling into speak out whos never had a job. He is a welfare case and always been a welfare case. I, myself, have offered him several jobs, and hes never offered to take one although hes supposedly needed one. Would you please edit some of his stuff out of the paper? Thank you. SPEAK OUT: CALL 623-5887

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LocalSanta Rosas Press Gazette| A5Wednesday, December 18, 2013 www.srpressgazette.com email:news@srpressgazette.com 623-2120 CarlGallupsisthePastorofHickoryHammockBaptistChurchinMilton.HehasaBachelorofScience DegreefromFloridaStateUniversityandaMasterofDivinityDegreefromTheNewOrleansBaptist TheologicalSeminary.HehasbeenthePastorofHHBCsince1987.For10yearshehasalsoservedasan InternationalYouthEvangelistfortheSouthernBaptistConvention,preachingtomultipliedthousandsallover theU.S.andCanada.FormoreinformationaboutHHBCcall623-8959or626-8951orfax,623197. IfyouhaveaquestionforASKTHEPREACHERsenditto: ASKTHEPREACHER, HickoryHammockBaptistChurch,8351HickoryHammockRd,Milton,FL,32583 MerryChristmasFromKelly&Britta nyHamptonWehavemoved!FormallywithJ.J.HairDenwearenowatJanDavis Salon KellyandBrittanyinvitetheirformerandnewclients tocomeseethematJanDavisSalonunderNew Management. PleasecometotheJanDavisSalonOpenHouse FridayDecember20from10amuntil.Therewillbe foodanddoorprizes.JanDavisSalon 3637Hwy90PaceFL32571 850-994-8816 KellyHampton850-763-0124 BrittanyHampton850-910-5142ThankYou! OPENMON-SUN Holiday Yogurt Flavors Available! SoYoFrozenYogurt BUYONEGETONEFREEOFEQUALORLESSVALUEFREEValueupto8oz.LIMITONEPERVISIT.Expires12/31/13 NowAvailable! GourmetCupcakes FEATUREGLUTENFREEFLAVORES Noon-8pm Special to the Press GazettePensacola Opera to host Meet the Artists LuncheonThe Pensacola Opera Guild and University of West Floridas Leisure Learning Society will co-host a Meet the Artists Luncheon at 11:30 a.m. Jan. 7 at Heritage Hall in Seville Quarter. Guests will have the chance to meet the singers, directors and designers involved in Pensacola Operas upcoming production of Carmen. Excerpts from the opera will be performed by the 2013-2014 Artists in Residence. Tickets are $25 per person and can be ordered by calling 433-6737. Sacred Heart to offer free tobacco-cessation classesSacred Heart Hospital in Pensacola will offer a free, sixweek tobacco-cessation program beginning Jan. 14 and Jan. 16 for persons who want to stop smoking or using tobacco. Quit Smoking Now provides structured classes in a supportive, stressfree environment. Step by step, tobacco users will learn how to replace their nicotine habit with healthy alternatives. The two-hour classes will be 6-8 p.m. Tuesday nights beginning Jan. 14 and 10 a.m. to noon Thursday mornings beginning Jan. 16. Classes will be in the Carmel Heights Building on the Sacred Heart Hospital campus. The building is on Carmel Heights Drive near the Pediatric Care Center. A new series of classes will begin every seven weeks. To register or for more information, call 416-7764. Throughout this holiday season, many organizations within the local area are working diligently to help those in need. While receiving information and promoting those groups in the paper, my perspective about how to give has changed somewhat. After listening to stories regarding giving, I am convinced about one thing ... that when giving to someone less fortunate, it is best to give directly if possible. When doing so, the gesture has a more powerful effect upon both the giver and the receiver. One persons decision to give can change someones life and circumstance. Santa Rosa County has many organizations and churches within its borders with open doors to give to those in need and give with integrity. Its very easy to write a check, drop some change with Santa and drop off unneeded items into the donation bin. In doing so, you never notice the sacrice of your gift. But its the hands of the giver that demonstrate the charity and the direct reception of the receiver who experiences gratitude, bringing about the change. When you have eye-to-eye contact, you feel the sacrice and feel the appreciation. Ive read many stories about people within our community who wish to remain nameless, reaching out in their own time and effort to help those who have no place to lay their head, never enough food for their stomach and no winter coat to cover their children. With so many of us who need help during these economic times, it is with pride I say to those of us within Santa Rosa County, we have a giving heart. Its easy to help others in our own neighborhood. As a matter of fact, Americans are the most generous in the world. But it doesnt take an organization to change the world. It takes individuals who see a need. One person can share meat from their freezer. One person can give a jacket from their closet. One person can give from their heart by listening to someones problems see the need and act, changing one persons world. Nonprot organizations have a place and are very unique in the way it helps people on a long-term basis. Nonetheless, when one person is inspired, its contagious. One persons motivation can multiply exponentially and help a neighborhood. The neighborhoods involvement can explode into a community and so forth. One person. It only takes one set of hands to help one person stand up on their own. Thank you, Santa Rosans, for the privilege of writing about your eagerness to give to your fellow man. Special to the Press GazetteCovenant Hospice is seeking individuals who are interested in making a difference in the lives of patients and families facing end-of-life issues and in supporting the organization. A volunteer workshop will be 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Jan. 25 at the Milton Covenant Hospice branch ofce, 6479 Caroline St. The workshop is free and open to the public. Patient and Family Support Volunteer Training will provide an overview of hospice care, including Covenants programs and services and the special roles volunteers ll. This training prepares individuals to volunteer in a variety of ways. Volunteer choices include visiting and companionship for patients, supporting family members by offering emotional support and practical help, assisting with fundraising events, providing administrative support, serving as an outreach ambassador and much more. No special background or experience is required to volunteer, just a desire to make a difference. Time commitment is exible and based on availability. Retired and working professionals also are needed to share their expertise and experience with patients and families. To register or to learn more, call Sharon Oakes at 202-5948.Gulf Power employees wrap up toy collectionSpecial to the Press GazetteThe Communities Caring at Christmas caravan streamed into the Gulf Power Company headquarters on Friday and collected hundreds of toys, bikes and other gifts all donated by Gulf Power employees. The estimated total of all the donations is more than $29,000 from Gulf Power employees including 176 bicycles. After collecting the gifts, the caravan, led by Sue Straughn of WEAR-TV, Sandy Sansing and Cat Country Radio, headed to the Pensacola Interstate Fairgrounds to sort and process the gifts to be distributed to families and children in need. Gulf Power employees raised money throughout the year through fundraisers, such as golf tournaments, bake sales and rafes. We know the holiday season can be a difcult time for many, so Communities Caring at Christmas is a great way to directly help those in need, said Jeff Rogers, Gulf Power manager of corporate communications. Every year, our employees reach into their own pockets to help make sure as many children as possible have a great Christmas. Communities Caring at Christmas provides new toys, clothing and daily living needs for low-income and abused, neglected and abandoned children living in foster care in Escambia, Santa Rosa, Okaloosa and Walton counties. This is the 18th year Gulf Power and its employees have participated in Communities Caring at Christmas. Gulf Power was one of the rst major supporters of the program, which is sponsored by WEAR-TV and Sandy Sansing Automobile Dealerships. Gulf Power serves more than 430,000 customers in eight counties throughout Northwest Florida. Visit GulfPower.com or the companys Facebook page, Gulf Power Company.Covenant Hospice offers training for new volunteers News BRIEFsS Pam AMElaLA HolOL TKeeping It SimpleGiving is contagious Sp P ECIal AL To O Th H E PREss SS Ga A ZETTEGulf Power employees load a truck with toys, bicycles and other gifts for Communities Caring at Christmas.

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A6 | Santa Rosas Press Gazette Wednesday, December 18, 2013while a family annual park pass which allows entry for up to eight people is $120. They can be bought at all state parks at ranger stations or museums, but please call ahead to ensure availability. They may also be purchased online or by mail, which will take three to four weeks for delivery. Also in time for holidays, give the gift of Florida culture with tickets to the 2014 Florida Folk Festival. Now in its 62nd year, the festival celebrates the best of local art and music with more than 300 performances. Tickets are already on sale for this years event on Memorial Day weekend, May 23-25, at Stephen Foster Folk Culture Center State Park in White Springs. Visit www.oridafolkfestival.com to buy your tickets today. In addition to the Florida State Parks Annual Pass, here are some other ideas to make your season greener: When choosing a gift, the Department suggests choosing the most durable product you can afford. Cheaper products tend to wear out faster and must be replaced more often. By doing this you can reduce consumption of items that are thrown away or left unused around the house. If possible, look for items made with recycling content. If you are buying an electronic gift for someone, give rechargeable batteries along with a battery charger. Recycling used batteries is important to reducing the potential for contamination in landlls. Electronic retailers, such as Walmart, Best Buy, Staples and RadioShack will accept batteries to recycle. Green gifting this holiday can help cut down on waste that accumulates over the holiday season. For all the details on the annual state park passes, click here. For more information on Florida state parks, visit www.FloridaStateParks.org .Special to the Press GazetteTALLAHASSEE With the holiday season upon us and the search for the perfect gift continuing, the Florida Department of Environmental Protection suggests giving a Florida State Parks Annual Pass this year. The pass is reusable for an entire year for entrance to Floridas award-winning state parks. The pass allows cardholders to enter all state parks* in Florida for up to one year from the month purchased. Whether it is vacationing at a beach, swimming in one of the iconic springs or picnicking with the family, this pass provides the ability to enjoy natures treasures all year without having to pay every time you go to a state park. The Annual Entrance Pass allows cardholders to visit our award-winning state park and state trails throughout the year, said Donald Forgione, Director of Florida Park Service. No matter where you are in Florida, you can nd a state park within one hours drive for hiking, bicycling, birdwatching or enjoying Floridas famous sunshine. Passes can be bought for individuals for $60, Wereheretohelp. Holidayhours: WELCOMINGNEWPATIENTSJoshuaDavis,M.D. PatHill,A.R.N.P. JoyceNichols,A.R.N.P.MonicaNall,M.D. Thursday2for1Dinner-Choiceof: Catsh,Mullet,FishoftheDay,or ChickenTendersFridayEarlyBirdSpecial-4-6pm PurchaseanyEntreegetsecond Entreeofequalorlesservalue for50%oSaturdayCollegeFootballNight Thurs4:00pm-8:00pm|Fri&Sat4:00pm-9:00pm Sun11:00am-8:00pm|ClosedMTW Banquet &Private PartyRooms AVAILABLE Sunday10%o/ChurchBulletin $1.00Gumbo FREEDessertwhilesupplieslast10%ActiveDuty MilitaryDiscounts Daily "StillTheB estLocalSeafoodo ntheGulfCoast" ServingSantaRosaCountyforover13Years includingBC/BSFederal 6014242 6015132 WEKNOWFARMING ISMOREABOUTTHE BUSINESSTHANITIS ABOUTTHEFARM.CommunityBank.net 12590EMERALDCOASTPKWY MIRAMARBEACH(850)650-4231 14101PANAMACITYBEACHPKWY,SUITE330 PANAMACITYBEACH(850)588-7979 345EASTJAMESLEEBLVD CRESTVIEW(850)683-8822 4507WOODBINERD PACE(850)889-4021 OutdoorsBy PAMELA HOLT623-2120 pholt@srpressgazette.com The plans for Gill Bass park along the corridor of Canal and Pine Streets are coming along. Twelve trees are sighted for removal for forward implementation and has caused some questions lately so being after the chopping of palm trees in the medians of Highway 90. However, according to Milton City Manager Brian Watkins, the plan for tree removal on the park property, bequeathed to the City of Milton from the Gill and Bass family in 2010, was specically specied to be a passive park. Watkins says the city has a plan to implement the familys desire. Milton landscape head Lee Willingham says the trees set for removal are either leaning, damaged, scarred or diseased. Each tree was carefully considered amongst the six oaks which were recently planted. Some trees will be removed simply because they interfere with the plan, he says and it cant be helped. He continues, if we put in a sidewalk and a tree is too close the roots, it could damage the walkway. We have to do it right the rst time. Willingham continues to say the city has created a database to inventory all trees on the citys properties and right-of-ways. It includes a listing of heritage and protected trees, as well as condition, care and maintenance of current trees, he says. In addition, the database contains potential areas for additional plantings. Watkins says the park is projected to cost around $200,000. He hopes the project will, with time, be completed sometime soon but has no idea when it will be. He says the city is looking at every potential avenue for funding and has to start somewhere. The Gill Bass park is one of the gateways into the city, says Watkins. Milton City Planner Randy Jorgenson says because of the location of the park, it is important to make it a special place. He says its style will resemble the other improvements throughout the city. Watkins says the city has planted over 400 trees this year and has its application submitted to be a Tree City USA for the eighteenth year.City planning passive parkDEP suggests green gifting this holiday season with a state parks annual pass SUBMITTED PHOTOs SThe Gill and Bass family bequeathed property along the corridor of Canal and Pine Streets to the City of Milton and stipulating in the deed the lot become a passive park. The Citys plan is currently underway and will begin with cutting twelve trees from the property. City Manager Brian Watkins says the plan will beautify an important gateway into the city, and projected cost will be around $200,000.

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LIFESTYLE www.srpressgazette.comWednesday, December 18, 2013 BPage 1Section The Pensacola Symphony Orchestra holds an art contest each year for 5th grade students attending their fall concert. In the weeks leading up to the concert, students listen to a selected piece of music and draw pictures inspired by the music. This year, Melody Pham was the 3rd place winner with her interpretation of Megan Burke, PSO Education Coordinator, recently presented Melody with a basket that included a $100.00 gift card courtesy of Pen Air Federal Credit Union. R.J. Kradel Briana Rider Haley Gagne Bobby Garrison Sarah Torres Harrell Brandon Hoodless Kade McClain Jailynn Rogers Savanna Shepard Dominick Vaughn Tyler Ward Owen Cummings Christina Givens Kiara Godby-Soley Zya Hathaway Hannah James Preston Johansen Jayson Kennedy London Rambo Victoria Viveros Olivia Ward Sean Williams Jerzie Armendariz Victoria Benz Corey Duval Jaina Everage Brayden Faust Marina Gentry Alana Jackson Nathaniel Lopez Adrian Palacios Alexander Zaremsky Haley Broxson Ephesians Fournier Jacob Gagne Malachi McDaniel Dylan Merritt Alex Paiden Thomas Parker Sierra Ross Rianna Walker Niyah Archie Tyler Barbee Dustin Duval Cody Faulk Reagan Kennington Addison Stokes Calise Thomas Alyssa Ticongco Robert Ward Jahmari Colvin-Ellis Dante Dominici Kameryn Hall Anna Nester Jaydon Scott Willow Skoog Conner Grimsley Alex Howard Jude James Jacelyn McCray Hana McGuire Cheyanne Sommerset Aiden Spratt Aniyah Tucker Cole Allred Emma DeBellis Christina Givens Emily King Amaya Pablo Madilyn Stephens Kayla Stevens Hunter Weekley Emily Woodward Tyler Youngs Brody Bissett Jackson Gee Ariana Hall Ethan Koivu Keagan Martin Catherine Peace Parker Stanley Alexis Ward Colt Weekley Makayla Worthington Haley Broxson Jacob Gagne Dylan Merritt Jordan Richmond Alexis Sewell Brooke Simmons Samantha Stone Emily Wright Kassidy Cato Robert Custodio AJ Davis Vanessa Gonzalez Davan Krueger Asia Lee Courtney Lundquist Kade Mitchell Brayden Stevens Thomas Wright Andrien Anderson Victoria Bledsoe Leah Bostic Jerry Figueroa Tyrone Kelley Melissa King Braxton McIntyre Cagney Stanley Jacob Womack Reading Achievers First Nine Weeks Zya Hathaway was the first grade county winner of a Veterans Day Card Contest. On November 11th she was recognized at Veterans Park in downtown Milton as part of the Veterans Day activities. Commander Kevin Pickard and Chief Steve Bean from Whiting Field coordinate this activity with Sue Glass, school district contact. Pensacola Symphony Orchestra Art Contest

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Dec. 6-12This report represents some events the FWC handled over the past week; however it does not include all actions taken by the Division of Law Enforcement.NORTHWEST REGIONOKALOOSA COUNTYOfcers Bartlett and Maltais were on land patrol conducting sheries inspections. The ofcers observed a subject shing from the Shalimar Bridge. Ofcer Bartlett conducted a sheries inspection of this subject and located nine mangrove snapper, ve of which were undersized. Ofcer Bartlett issued the subject citations for the violations.WALTON COUNTYLieutenant Hollinhead and Ofcer Arnette met with Ofcer Yates after he had received information of an antlerless deer being killed near Glendale. The ofcers made contact with a subject at a residence and conrmed a doe deer had been killed and the property where the deer was taken had been issued antlerless deer tags. It was later determined the subject was in possession of antlerless deer tags, but they were at his residence when the deer was taken and a tag was never placed on the deer in the eld or when he returned to his residence. The subject was cited for taking/possession of an untagged antlerless deer. A juvenile was issued a warning for the same violation and for not having a hunting license.BAY COUNTYOfcer Hellett received a complaint of a subject keeping undersized mangrove snapper on the jetties at St. Andrews State Park. He arrived at the jetties and found a subject who t the description. He conducted an inspection of the anglers catch and determined he was in possession of and had harvested three undersized gray (mangrove) snapper. The subject was issued a notice to appear for the violation.GADSDEN COUNTY Ofcer Johnson and Lieutenant Parker worked a trespass complaint in the Quincy area. After locating the individual at his home, the ofcers issued a citation to the subject for taking over the limit of squirrels and no hunting license. While at the subjects home, the ofcers also found a carcass of a doe deer. Further investigation revealed it was a road kill that had been skinned and then illegally sold. The ofcers located the man who sold the deer. He was issued a citation for illegal sale of deer. NORTH CENTRAL REGIONDUVAL COUNTYOfcer Holleman was shing while off duty when he observed ve individuals shing from the shore with cast nets in a remote area. Ofcer Holleman had observed the individuals catching several small sh. He contacted Ofcer Hayes and Lieutenant Thompson and told them of the individuals and advised that it might be a good idea to conduct an inspection on them. As Ofcer Hayes and Lieutenant Thompson approached the area by vessel, two of the individuals ed on foot. With Ofcer Hollemans assistance, Ofcer Hayes and Lieutenant Thompson were able to locate the other three individuals who had hidden their cast nets in the woods nearby. Ofcer Hayes stayed with two of the individuals while Lieutenant Thompson went with one of the individuals back to their vehicle in an attempt to locate the two who had ed. While walking back to the vehicle, Lieutenant Thompson was able to locate the two individuals as they attempted to hide in the wood line along the CSX railroad tracks and took them into custody. Both individuals were charged with trespassing on CSX railroad property and one of the individuals was charged with interfering with FWC Ofcers inspection. The National Oceanic Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) issued a $2,000 Notice of Violation Assessment (NOVA) to a boat crew that Investigator Izsak and Ofcer Bryan stopped 25 miles offshore last September. The recreation shing crew of 7 had numerous shing violations consisting of possession of 28 black sea bass during a federal closure (10 of which were undersized) and 18 undersized dolphins.HAMILTON COUNTYOfcers Nichols and Hoyle were checking a known hunting location (from last hunting season) within the Suwannee River State Park when they noticed it was actively being hunted. At the access point on the Suwannee River, the ofcers noticed a blood-stained spot on the white sand along the river bank. Ofcer Nichols located a carcass of a cleaned button buck left behind. A few weeks later, both Ofcers returned via boat to this location. As the Ofcers boat was idling up to the spot, they noticed a suspects boat pull up to the bank. The Ofcers observed dried blood and deer hair in the vessel along with an empty rie case. A hunter was observed walking and cautiously looking around. The Ofcers made contact with the hunter and advised him that he was hunting on Suwannee River State Park property. The Ofcers issued the hunter a notice to appear for hunting in a state park. A second hunter, who was not present at that time, will have charges led against him with the State Attorneys Ofce for taking an antlerless deer during closed season and hunting in a state park. OutdoorsB2 | Santa Rosas Press Gazette Wednesday, December 18, 2013 FWC reREPortORT TidesPensacolaPENSACOLA Tides IDESWednesday: 6:40 a.m. sunrise, 7:24 a.m. moonset, 9:21 a.m. low tide -0.48 feet, 4:51 p.m. sunset, 6:16 p.m. moonrise, 10:47 p.m. high tide 1.27 feet Thursday: 6:40 a.m. sunrise, 8:06 a.m. moonset, 9:48 a.m. low tide -0.46 feet, 4:51 p.m. sunset, 7:08 p.m. moonrise, 11:16 p.m. high tide 1.19 feet Friday: 6:41 a.m. sunrise, 8:45 a.m. moonset, 10:11 a.m. low tide -0.41 feet, 4:52 p.m. sunset, 8 p.m. moonrise, 11:43 p.m. high tide 1.08 feet Saturday: 6:41 a.m. sunrise, 9:21 a.m. moonset, 10:26 a.m. low tide -0.33 feet, 4:52 p.m. sunset, 8:53 p.m. moonriseNavarre AVARRE Beach EACH Tides IDESWednesday: 6:38 a.m. sunrise, 6:55 a.m. low tide -0.35 feet, 7:23 a.m. moonset, 4:49 p.m. sunset, 6:15 p.m. moonrise, 8:23 p.m. high tide 1.27 feet, Thursday: 6:39 a.m. sunrise, 7:04 a.m. low tide -0.29 feet, 8:05 a.m. moonset, 4:50 p.m. sunset, 7:07 p.m. moonrise, 8:58 p.m. high tide 1.22 feet Friday: 6:39 a.m. sunrise, 7:15 a.m. low tide -0.21 feet, 8:44 a.m. moonset, 4:50 p.m. sunset, 7:59 p.m. moonrise, 9:29 p.m. high tide 1.14 feet Saturday: 6:40 a.m. sunrise, 7:24 a.m. low tide -0.11 feet, 9:20 a.m. moonset, 4:51 p.m. sunset, 8:51 p.m. moonrise, 9:54 p.m. high tide 1.05 feetEast AST Bay AY Tides IDESWednesday: 6:38 a.m. sunrise, 7:23 a.m. moonset, 10:37 a.m. low tide -0.58 feet, 4:49 p.m. sunset, 6:15 p.m. moonrise, 11:30 p.m. high tide 1.52 feet Thursday: 6:39 a.m. sunrise, 8:05 a.m. moonset, 11:06 a.m. low tide -0.55 feet, 4:50 p.m. sunset, 7:07 p.m. moonrise, 11:59 p.m. high tide 1.43 feet Friday: 6:40 a.m. sunrise, 8:44 a.m. moonset, 11:27 a.m. low tide -0.49 feet, 4:50 p.m. sunset, 7:59 p.m. moonrise Saturday: 12:26 a.m. high tide 1.30 feet, 6:40 a.m. sunrise, 9:20 a.m. moonset, 11:44 a.m. low tide -0.40 feet, 4:51 p.m. sunset, 8:52 p.m. moonriseBlackwater LACKWATER Tides IDESWednesday: 6:39 a.m. sunrise, 7:24 a.m. moonset, 11:07 a.m. low tide -0.58 feet, 4:49 p.m. sunset, 6:15 p.m. moonrise Thursday: 12:26 a.m. high tide 1.52 feet, 6:40 a.m. sunrise, 8:06 a.m. moonset, 11:36 a.m. low tide -0.55 feet. 4:50 p.m. sunset, 7:07 p.m. moonrise Friday: 12:55 a.m. high tide 1.43 feet, 6:40 a.m. sunrise, 8:45 a.m. moonset, 11:57 a.m. low tide -0.49 feet, 4:50 p.m. sunset, 7:59 p.m. moonrise Saturday: 1:22 a.m. high tide 1.30 feet, 6:41 a.m. sunrise, 9:21 a.m. moonset, 12:14 p.m. low tide -0.40 feet, 4:51 p.m. sunset, 8:52 p.m. moonrise

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www.srpressgazette.comWednesday, December 18, 2013 BSection SPORTSBy BECKY BONDURANTSpecial to the Press Gazette Coach Forrest Ward gladly shared comments about one of his senior athletes, Shawn Nicholson. Nicholson is a member of the Milton High School Varsity Wrestling Team, a leader within ROTC and is very active in Santa Rosa County. Hes a hard-working young man, Ward said. The son of Eric and Jada Nicholson has wrestled for the Panthers for four years. His earlier school years were spent at Rhodes and Bagdad elementary schools and Hobbs Middle School. During his four years at Milton High, he has been very devoted to being the best student-athlete possible. Wrestling is a complete lifestyle, Nicholson said. Everything revolves around it: diet, work ethic, free time and daily routines. Nicholson doesnt hesitate to share openly about becoming involved in sports and what wrestling has done to improve his personal health. When I started at Milton my ninth-grade year, I was overweight, he said. Wrestling helped me get in shape and stay on the move. Nicholson must maintain his weight and is required to weigh in before each competitive wrestling match. He tries to maintain his weight to within a 3-pound boundary. The intellectual part of wrestling is also challenging, he said. It is more than just a physical sport it; is also a mental charge. Nicholson said the last round of any match is the most dif cult for him. It takes all of my might during the last round. My musclememory and actions become exhausted, and I must continue to be as quick as possible. Nicholson has had some major turnarounds during several of his last matches where he pinned his opponent at the very end for a win. Coach Ward and David Bohannon, along with several assistants, provide instruction and inspiration to the wrestlers on their squads. Each coach is given credit by Nicholson for having his own particular air of wrestling, which when united as a coaching staff provides specialized, experienced instruction for the Panther competitors. Each coach works with and instructs everyone so that we can develop our own wrestling style, Nicholson said. An of cer in Miltons ROTC organization, Nicholson is also the athletic team commander for his group. He provides assistance as the Milton ROTC forces train for speci c physical events. With aspirations of a career as a forest ranger and working in re and paramedic public service areas, Nicholson already has gotten his feet wet by being employed as a lifeguard at Krul Recreation Area in Munson. His employment is through the Florida Division of Forestry, a place for which he has already developed a passion. My dad has been a great in uence is my life, Nicholson said. He wrestled in high school and shared that interest with me as well as his love for re and rescue work. Volunteering in local re departments, the Santa Rosa County Fair and seeking a way to assist senior citizens in nursing homes lls Nicholsons life with compassion and caring. Nicholson is a very disciplined young man, Ward said. He takes his schoolwork and extracurricular activities seriously. On the mat, Nicholson is focused on being the best athlete he can be; in Santa Rosa County, he is focused on being a valuable part of humanity. He will be a very successful member of society, Ward said. Nicholson is determined to advance to regional competition this year and hopefully on to the state competition. By BECKY BONDURANTSpecial to the Press Gazette The seniors of the Milton High School wrestling team were recognized for their participation and contributions to MHS and completed their senior recognition night with a huge win over Tate High School. The Panthers season will continue and nish with all away matches. 113 pounds: Eddie Croaker, Win (Forfeit) 120 pounds: Alex Croaker ,Win (Pin) 126 pounds: Shawn Nicholson, Loss (Decision) 132 pounds: Myles Osborne, Win (Pin) 138 pounds: Mason Lewis, Loss (Pin) 145 pounds: Seth Gelb, Win (Pin) 152 pounds: Justin En nger, Win (Pin) 160 pounds: Hunter Applegate, Win (Pin) 170 pounds: Austin Draiss, Win (Pin) 182 pounds: Robert Ray, Win (Pin) 195 pounds: Dylan Blackmon, Win (Decision) 220 pounds: Cody Leonard, Win (Pin) 285 pounds: Hunter Hall, Win (Forfeit) Special to the Press GazetteFor many football fans in Northwest Florida, a ticket to the VIZIO BCS National Championship is a popular item on wish lists this holiday season. Between now and the National Championship game on Jan. 6, thousands of tickets will be listed on classi eds websites, offering buyers little protection from dishonest sellers. The Better Business Bureau serving Northwest Florida is warning consumers to be on the lookout for phony game tickets. The reason tickets are expensive is because theyre hard to get, and the chances of you getting lucky and nding a deal are slim. If an offer sounds much better than it should, such as someone selling tickets for much less than offered elsewhere, its probably not on the level, said Norman Wright, president and CEO of the BBB serving Northwest Florida. To help ensure you dont get ripped off buying event tickets, BBB recommends the following: Be careful buying tickets from someone on the street. When you get to the gate and nd out your tickets arent real, the seller will be long gone. Before buying from an online ticket broker, check out the brokers BBB Business Review at bbb.org. Make sure the website has a secure payment processing system, usually denoted by https:// at the start of its website address or URL or a small closed lock icon at the bottom of the screen. If you buy tickets through an online auction site, choose a seller with a long history of satis ed customers. Scammers can hijack old accounts, so make sure the seller has recently sold other tickets. Ticket buyers also should be wary of sellers who try to lure buyers from a legitimate site to another site for a private transaction. Scammers often want to conduct their business on sites with names that mimic well-known companies but actually are fakes. If you are buying tickets through an online classi ed ad site, never pay the seller by wire transfer. You will have no way to get your money back if the tickets do not arrive or are counterfeit. For more information and advice you can trust, start with bbb.org. BBB: Use caution when buying BCS game tickets BECKY BONDURANT | Special to the Press GazetteSenior Mason Lewis pins his opponent to the mat. Seniors recently were recognized for their involvement at Milton High School. Milton pins Tate BECKY BONDURANT | Special to the Press GazetteSenior Panther Wrestler Shawn Nicholson is very active at Milton High School and in Santa Rosa County. Nicholson competes in the 126-pound wrestling class.Nicholson a one-of-a-kind student-athlete WINTER PROFILEPage 3

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LocalB4 | Santa Rosas Press Gazette Wednesday, December 18, 2013 SANTAROSA PRESSGAZETTEFINDUS ONFACEBOOKsrpressgazetteFOLLOWUS ONTWITTER Frank&Ernest BigNate Grizzwells SoupToNuts ModeratelyConfused ANSWERS KitnCarlyle (LifestylistandauthorHarrietteColeispresidentandcreativedirectorof HarrietteColeMedia.Youcansendquestionstoaskharriette@harriettecole. comorc/oUniversalUclick,1130WalnutSt.,KansasCity,MO64106.)SENSE&SENSITIVITY byHarrietteCole ITSOKTOBESELFISHSOMETIMES DEARHARRIETTE:Ithasbeentwoyearssince mymotherpassedaway,andmyfamilyisstill havingalotofdicultydealingwithherloss.At holidaytimeitgetsworsebecauseweremember allthethingssheusedtodotocareforus.Even thoughwewereadultswhenshedied,itdoesnt takethestingaway.Thisyear,IdecidedIjust couldntdealwithbeingaroundmysiblingsand theirfamiliesforChristmaswithouther,soIhave plannedagetawaytripforChristmas.WhenItold myfamily,theygotreallymadatmeandsaidIam beingselsh.Imnotgivinguponmyfamily.Ijust needachangeofpace.HowcanIgetthemtounderstandthatIlovethem,butIneedthis?--Time Out,Queens,N.Y. DEARTIMEOUT:Thetruthisthatyouarebeing selsh,andsometimesthatisexactlywhatthemomentrequires.Ratherthanmakinganexcuse,tell yoursiblingsthetruth--youfeelthatyouneedto getawaythisyearandbebyyourself.Apologizeto themforbeingselsh,butadmitthatthisiswhat youneedforyou.Besuretoleavecardsorpresents forthem--whateverisyourfamilytradition--so thatitdoesntseemlikeyouhaveabandoned them.Youmayalsowanttobringbackmementos forthemfromyourtrip. Itmaybewiseforyouandyourfamilytoget griefcounseling.Eventhoughyourmotherhas beengoneforawhile,youmaystillneedsupport inprocessingyourloss. ** DEARHARRIETTE:Ichangedmyhairstyle,and everybodyatworkhasanopinionaboutit.Its notlikeIgotaMohawkorsomething.Isimplycut myhairintoashorter,morecontemporarystyle. Iworkinarelativelyrelaxedocewherepeople wearjeans,anditsprettyno-fuss,whichiswhy IwasshockedatthereactionIgot.Ithasbeena coupleofweeksnow,andIstillgetcomments.Im notMichelleObama.Whatsallthefuss?--NewDo, Memphis,Tenn. DEARNEWDO:Ibetyouhadaconsistentlook foraverylongtime,whichiswhyyourco-workers continuetoremarkonyournewlook.Oneway todeecttheirongoingcommentsistond somethingnicetosayaboutthem.Compliment someoneonhernewdress.Noticewhensomeone buysanewcar.Payattentiontoyourco-workers tolearnwhatlittleorbigthingsmattertothemin theirdailylives.Remarkonthosethingswhenyou noticethem.Inthisway,youremainengagedwith yourco-workerswithoutbeingthecenterofattention. Chancesaretheywillappreciateyournoticing thesubtletiesandnuancesoftheirlives.Thismay distractthemfromyourhairdoasyoubringthe attentionbacktothem.

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LocalSanta Rosas Press Gazette| B5Wednesday, December 18, 2013 LOOKFORIT!TheDailyNewsnewestpublication EmeraldCoast50+,3rdedition. Lookforyourcopyinthe Saturday,December28thissue ofSantaRosasPressGazette. SOUTHERNGUNSANDGEARYourHometownPace,FloridaGunDealerCustomOrdersareourSpecialty! Weoffer Ries/Shotguns Pistols Knives VisitourWebsiteatwww.southerngunsandgear.com Orcontactusat850-304-4309orrichard@southerngunsandgear.comWelookforwardtoservingyourshootingsports,personal,andhomedefenseneeds.Yoursatisfactionisourprimarygoal! Accessoriesofallvarietiesavailable! *Ratesaslowas1.49%APRforupto60monthsonnewandusedcarpurchases,andrenances.Renancesandusedcarpurchases2006modelyear andnewer.Ratesandtermsarebasedoncreditscoreandsubjecttochange.ExcludescurrentGulfWindsloans.FederallyinsuredbyNCUA. FEDERALCREDITUNIONnew,used,andrenanceAuto Loans1.49%APR*as low as60months YouDeserveBetterBanking JUNE ATES ARENA RIBBON CUTTING Redneck Parade The of cial ribbon cutting for the June Ates Arena was Friday, with a celebration that started again on Saturday. County of cials and supporters of the effort behind the arena were on hand to welcome visitors. June Ates, center, seated, cut the blue ribbon. Supporters say the agricultural arena will not only bring in farming and livestock events, but has a potential to host outdoor concerts. It also has features to help in case of mass disaster or emergency situations.PHOTOS BY PAMELA HOLT | Press GazettePhotos by PAMELA HOLT | Press GazetteThe threat of stormy weather did not scare off these parade participants. The Redneck Parade in Chumuckla went off without a hitch. Hundreds of people lined the parade route to enjoy the pre-Christmas festivities. The annual event raises money to provide children with toys and families with food during the holidays.

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ClassifiedsB6| Santa Rosas Press Gazette Wednesday, December 18, 2013 11/1817 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR THE FIRST JUDICIALCIRCUIT IN AND FOR SANTAROSA COUNTY, FLORIDA FAMILYLAW DIVISION IN RE: The Former Marriage of: PHADRHEACLIFTON a/k/a Phadrhea LaPierre, Petitioner/Petitioner, and MARK CLIFTON a/k/a Markcus Clifton and Marcus Clifton, Respondent/Respondent. NOTICE OF ACTION To: MARK CLIFTON YOU ARE NOTIFIED that a Petition for Modification of the Final Judgment of Dissolution of Marriage and/or Other Relief and Motion for the Court to take Judicial Notice has been filed against you, and you are required to serve a copy of your written defenses, if any, upon Randall A. Werre, Petitioners Attorney, whose address is 5216-B Willing Street, Milton FL32570, on or before Dec 24, 2013, and file the original with the Clerk of Court, 6865 Caroline Street, P.O. Box 472, Milton, Florida 32572, thereafter; otherwise a default will be entered against you for the relief demanded in the Petition. DATED on Nov 21, 2013. As Clerk of the Court Circuit Court Seal By Sheila Johnson As Deputy Clerk 11/27, 12/4, 12/11, & 12/18/2013 11/1817 12/1894 LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN PURSUANT TO FLORIDA STATUE THAT THE FOLLOWING GOODS WILL BE SOLD AT 6250 STEWART STREET, MILTON FLORIDA 32570. THE AUCTION WILL BE HELD ON JANUARY 6, 2014 AT 10:00 AM. TO SATISFY LEIN CLAIMS BY OLD 1VHLLTOWN STORAGE INC. LESSOR WILL CONDUCT A PUBLIC AUCTION WITH RESERVE TO THE HIGHEST BIDDER FOR CASH FOR THE CONTENTS IN THE UNITS OF THE FOLLOWING TENANTS: Stacey Lea Smith-628 E. Clay Street -apt. 102-Thomasville, Ga. 31792, Storage unit 1131 (Household Items) Barry James Hughes6500 Tidal Bay Dr.-Milton, FL. 32583, Storage unit 1032 (Household Items) OLD MILLTOWN STORAGE RESERVES THE RIGHT TO SET A MINIMUM BID ON INDIVIDUAL STORAGE UNITS. TENANT HAS THE RIGHT TO REDEEM CONTENTS ANY TIME PRIOR TO SALE. ANY OF THE ABOVE ITEMS MAY BE WITHDRAWN FROM SALE BY OLD MILLTOWN STORAGE WITHOUT PRIOR NOTICE. 12/18 & 12/25/2013 12/1894 12/1879 IN THE CIRCUIT COURTOF THE FIRSTJUDICIALCIRCUITIN AND FOR SANTAROSA COUNTY, FLORIDA Case No. 13-1476 Division: Joshua Wilson, Petitioner and Lindsey Wilson, Respondent. NOTICE OF ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION OF MARRIAGE TO: Lindsey Wilson 5309 Timothy Ln, Milton, Florida 32570 YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an action has been filed against you and that you are required to serve a copy of your written defense, if any, to it on Joshua Wilson, whose address is 5309 Timothy Lane Milton Florida 32570 on or before 11 Dec -9 Jan 14, and file the original with the clerk of this Court at 6865 Caroline Street Milton Fl 32571 before service on Petitioner or immediately thereafter. If you fail to do so, a default may be entered against you for the relief demanded in the petition. Copies of all court documents in this case, including orders, are available at the Clerk of the Circuit Courts office. You may review these documents upon request. You must keep the Clerk of the Circuit Courts office notified of your current address. (You may file Notice of Current Address, Florida Supreme Court Approved Family Law Form 12.915.) Future papers in this lawsuit will be mailed to the address on record at the clerks office. WARNING: Rule 12.285, Florida Family Law Rules of Procedure, requires certain automatic disclosure of documents and information. Failure to comply can result in sanctions, including dismissal or striking of pleadings. Dated: 12/5/2013 CLERK OF THE CIRCUITCOURT CIRCUITCOURT SEAL By: Tammy Jo Brown Deputy Clerk 12/11, 12/18, 12/25, & 1/1/2013 12/1879 12/1907 INSURANCE AUTO AUCTIONS, INC gives Notice of Foreclosure of Lien and intent to sell these vehicles on 01/16/2014, 10 AM at 11221 HWY 90 E, MILTON, FL 32583, pursuant to subsection713.78 of the Florida Statutes. IAA,INC reserves the right to accept or reject any and/or all bids. 539388139784 1972 TROJAN MRKP0772L889 1989 MAKO 1HGCM72253A001878 2003 HONDA JNRAS08U94X110550 2004 INFINITI 1D4HD48N64F125332 2004 DODGE JTKDE177050038372 2005 TOYT J & N COMPLETE LAWN SERVICE Debris Removal Cemetery Lot Cleaning Free Estimate Reasonably Priced Licensed & Insured 850-791-0861 Dependable Housekeeper Over 20 years of experience! References Available 850-995-0009

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ClassifiedsWednesday, December 18, 2013 Santa Rosas Press Gazette |B7 10690907 Nuclear Medicine Adjuncts:Will teach credited courses, supervise laboratory learning experiences, evaluate student achievements, develop curriculum, and formulate policies and procedures. Minimum Quali cations: Bachelors Degree or higher. Must have current active licensure in Nuclear Medicine Imaging, related certi cations as appropriate for eld (i.e. CPR, HIPPA, etc.) and have a minimum of 2 years post-certi cation experience in Nuclear Medicine Technology. Copies of Transcripts must be submitted with a GCSC application. ***Applicants may apply direct to Health Sciences Chair. Open till lled. Additional info: www.gulfcoast.edu/hr. Gulf Coast State College does not discriminate against any person on the basis of any federally protected class in its programs, activities or employment. GCSC Equity O cer (850) 872-3866.GCSC is an EA/EO/M/F/Vet employer. 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Drug-free workplace -EOE Web ID 34274703 Text FL74703 to 56654 MarketingEntry Level Marketing SpecialistThe News Herald is looking for an entry-level marketing specialist to assist with marketing support and document presentations for our sales team in a timely, accurate, and cost effective manner. This position will assist with sales proposals and interview preparation under the direction of the Regional Marketing Director, assist with development and coordination of marketing materials and branding, update and maintain files and documents and utilize effective written and oral communication skills. In addition, the position will provide assistance for event planning and conference attendance. Candidates should have an Associates degree and must be skilled in Powerpoint, InDesign, Photoshop and Microsoft Excel. Applicable experience may be substituted in lieu of formal education. 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FREE FREE NEW YORK (AP) Once upon a time, people who craved a tablet computer bought an iPad. But Apple faces its strongest slate of challengers this holiday season, with several tablets besting the trend-setting iPad on price and features. There are still plenty of reasons to get an iPad either the full-size iPad Air starting at $499 or the iPad Mini at $399. Versions of both are available for $100 less, but you get a slower device with a lower-resolution screen. The Air is lighter and thinner than previous full-size models, and it feels nice in your hands. Whichever one you get for your loved one, the iPad offers this: An unmatched selection of high-quality apps, many of them adapted for the tablets larger screen. Many apps for Android tablets are simply phone apps blown up, while the Windows app store has a smaller selection. A screen with a 4:3 aspect ratio. Thats the standard size for photos and older television shows, and it displays more content when Web sur ng with the tablet held horizontally. That said, the wider aspect ratio found on Android and Windows tablets are better for widescreen video. Great syncing with other Apple devices, if the recipient of your gift has any. When setting up an Apple TV streaming device, for instance, you can simply place your iPad near it and bypass screens of prompts. Directions on the Macs new Maps app can be sent to the iPad with two clicks. You can read and reply to iPhone texts from the iPad or a Mac. But for a top-notch experience, youll pay a topnotch price. Thats where Android tablets come in. You can get Amazon. com Inc.s Kindle Fire HDX 8.9 for $120 less than the iPad Air, at $379. Its even lighter, by about 17 percent, though I couldnt feel much of a difference holding the two side by side. The Kindles screen has a higher resolution, but the display measures just 8.9 inches diagonally compared with the Airs 9.7 inches. For a smaller tablet, you can get a 7-inch Kindle Fire HDX or a 7-inch Google Nexus 7 for $229, or $170 less than the latest iPad Mini. With the Mini, though, you get a larger screen, at 7.9 inches. LG Electronics G Pad 8.3 offers an 8.3-inch screen for $350, or about $50 less than the Mini. Sync the G Pad with an Android phone to see whos calling on your tablet, though you still need the phone to answer it. You can read and reply to texts from the tablet, as long as they dont have photos or video attached. Youre limited to one reply and cant initiate a text from the tablet, however. Thats where iPads do better. As for the Kindle, theres one important limitation. The Kindle runs a modi ed version of Android, and only a subset of Android apps works on it. On the ip side, Amazon is alone in offering live tech support 24 hours a day, seven hours a week. Hit the Mayday button on an HDX, and a representative will appear in a video box within seconds. The representatives can only hear you and see whats on your screen. They can help guide you by placing orange markers on your screen or taking control of your device completely. This feature makes the Kindle excellent for your tech-challenged loved ones. Just train them to call Mayday rather than you every time the devices volume needs adjusting. Owners of Samsung phones might prefer a companion tablet, such as the $550 Galaxy Note 10.1. Sporting a stylus and several note-taking features, the Note is good for those who handwrite a lot of notes. But beware: The tablets text-recognition software makes plenty of mistakes. Avid readers, meanwhile, might be drawn to an Arc tablet from e-book specialist Kobo. Prices range from $150 to $400 depending on screen size and quality. The home screen has quick access to books and recommendations. A reading mode blocks distractions such as noti cations and sounds, while adjusting screen brightness. You can even turn Wi-Fi off completely in reading mode to avoid temptations to check email and Facebook. Some Android tablets also address one of the iPads major shortcomings: Its not meant for sharing. The Nexus, the G Pad and the Arc tablets are among those that let you create multiple pro les. The Nexus also lets you restrict what kids can do under their pro les, though that feature is rudimentary. Beyond Android, you have plenty of Windows tablets to choose from, all with multi-user capabilities. The app selection is limited compared with iPads and most Android tablets. But Windows tablets are the only ones to offer a full version of Microsofts Ofce software. Its free with tablets running a lightweight version of Windows 8.1 called RT. With iPads and Android tablets, youre limited to Web versions of Of ce. Microsoft sells a 10.6inch RT tablet, the Surface 2, for $449. For $130 more, you can get a keyboard cover with keys that move. A more powerful version, the Surface Pro 2, starts at $899. It runs a regular version of Windows 8.1, meaning it can run older Windows programs, not just ones designed for RT. Microsoft markets these as laptop replacements, and the cover has been redesigned such that it works better for typing on your lap. A newcomer to tablets is Nokia, traditionally a phone maker. Nokias rst-ever tablet, the Lumia 2520, has a brightly colored plastic back that helps it stand out in a crowd. It costs $499, the same as the iPads starting price. But it comes with access to 4G LTE cellular networks, something that costs $130 more for iPads and $100 for the Kindle. Thats something really useful for those away from Wi-Fi a lot. Data charges arent included. Price reductions are available with service contracts or bundled with Nokia smartphones. 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Weoffer Ries/Shotguns Pistols Knives VisitourWebsiteatwww.southerngunsandgear.com Orcontactusat850-304-4309orrichard@southerngunsandgear.comWelookforwardtoservingyourshootingsports,personal,andhomedefenseneeds.Yoursatisfactionisourprimarygoal! Accessoriesofallvarietiesavailable! GIFT GUIDE: TABLETS Strong slate of challengers takes on iPad MICROSOFT SURFACE 210.6 inches$449GOOGLE NEXUS 77 inches$229KINDLE FIRE HDX8.9 inches$379NOKIA LUMIA 252010.1 inches$499KOBO ARC Screen sizes vary$150-$400 GALAXY NOTE10.1 inches$550IPAD MINI7.9 inches$399G PAD8.3 inches$350Sabastian Valenzuela, left, and his older brother Alberto compare prices for iPad tablets at a Best Buy late in the evening on Thanksgiving Day in Dunwoody, Ga. IPads still are among the best tablets, but Apple has strong, cheaper challengers this holiday season. APWednesday December 18, 2013 FREE EDITION TAKE ONE

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FreeA2| Santa Rosas Free Press Wednesday, December 18, 2013 11/1817 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR THE FIRST JUDICIALCIRCUIT IN AND FOR SANTAROSA COUNTY, FLORIDA FAMILYLAW DIVISION IN RE: The Former Marriage of: PHADRHEACLIFTON a/k/a Phadrhea LaPierre, Petitioner/Petitioner, and MARK CLIFTON a/k/a Markcus Clifton and Marcus Clifton, Respondent/Respondent. NOTICE OF ACTION To: MARK CLIFTON YOU ARE NOTIFIED that a Petition for Modification of the Final Judgment of Dissolution of Marriage and/or Other Relief and Motion for the Court to take Judicial Notice has been filed against you, and you are required to serve a copy of your written defenses, if any, upon Randall A. Werre, Petitioners Attorney, whose address is 5216-B Willing Street, Milton FL32570, on or before Dec 24, 2013, and file the original with the Clerk of Court, 6865 Caroline Street, P.O. Box 472, Milton, Florida 32572, thereafter; otherwise a default will be entered against you for the relief demanded in the Petition. DATED on Nov 21, 2013. As Clerk of the Court Circuit Court Seal By Sheila Johnson As Deputy Clerk 11/27, 12/4, 12/11, & 12/18/2013 11/1817 12/1894 LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN PURSUANT TO FLORIDA STATUE THAT THE FOLLOWING GOODS WILL BE SOLD AT 6250 STEWART STREET, MILTON FLORIDA 32570. THE AUCTION WILL BE HELD ON JANUARY 6, 2014 AT 10:00 AM. TO SATISFY LEIN CLAIMS BY OLD 1VHLLTOWN STORAGE INC. LESSOR WILL CONDUCT A PUBLIC AUCTION WITH RESERVE TO THE HIGHEST BIDDER FOR CASH FOR THE CONTENTS IN THE UNITS OF THE FOLLOWING TENANTS: Stacey Lea Smith-628 E. Clay Street -apt. 102-Thomasville, Ga. 31792, Storage unit 1131 (Household Items) Barry James Hughes6500 Tidal Bay Dr.-Milton, FL. 32583, Storage unit 1032 (Household Items) OLD MILLTOWN STORAGE RESERVES THE RIGHT TO SET A MINIMUM BID ON INDIVIDUAL STORAGE UNITS. TENANT HAS THE RIGHT TO REDEEM CONTENTS ANY TIME PRIOR TO SALE. ANY OF THE ABOVE ITEMS MAY BE WITHDRAWN FROM SALE BY OLD MILLTOWN STORAGE WITHOUT PRIOR NOTICE. 12/18 & 12/25/2013 12/1894 12/1879 IN THE CIRCUIT COURTOF THE FIRSTJUDICIALCIRCUITIN AND FOR SANTAROSA COUNTY, FLORIDA Case No. 13-1476 Division: Joshua Wilson, Petitioner and Lindsey Wilson, Respondent. NOTICE OF ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION OF MARRIAGE TO: Lindsey Wilson 5309 Timothy Ln, Milton, Florida 32570 YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an action has been filed against you and that you are required to serve a copy of your written defense, if any, to it on Joshua Wilson, whose address is 5309 Timothy Lane Milton Florida 32570 on or before 11 Dec -9 Jan 14, and file the original with the clerk of this Court at 6865 Caroline Street Milton Fl 32571 before service on Petitioner or immediately thereafter. If you fail to do so, a default may be entered against you for the relief demanded in the petition. Copies of all court documents in this case, including orders, are available at the Clerk of the Circuit Courts office. You may review these documents upon request. You must keep the Clerk of the Circuit Courts office notified of your current address. (You may file Notice of Current Address, Florida Supreme Court Approved Family Law Form 12.915.) Future papers in this lawsuit will be mailed to the address on record at the clerks office. WARNING: Rule 12.285, Florida Family Law Rules of Procedure, requires certain automatic disclosure of documents and information. Failure to comply can result in sanctions, including dismissal or striking of pleadings. Dated: 12/5/2013 CLERK OF THE CIRCUITCOURT CIRCUITCOURT SEAL By: Tammy Jo Brown Deputy Clerk 12/11, 12/18, 12/25, & 1/1/2013 12/1879 12/1907 INSURANCE AUTO AUCTIONS, INC gives Notice of Foreclosure of Lien and intent to sell these vehicles on 01/16/2014, 10 AM at 11221 HWY 90 E, MILTON, FL 32583, pursuant to subsection713.78 of the Florida Statutes. IAA,INC reserves the right to accept or reject any and/or all bids. 539388139784 1972 TROJAN MRKP0772L889 1989 MAKO 1HGCM72253A001878 2003 HONDA JNRAS08U94X110550 2004 INFINITI 1D4HD48N64F125332 2004 DODGE JTKDE177050038372 2005 TOYT J & N COMPLETE LAWN SERVICE Debris Removal Cemetery Lot Cleaning Free Estimate Reasonably Priced Licensed & Insured 850-791-0861 Dependable Housekeeper Over 20 years of experience! References Available 850-995-0009

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FreeWednesday, December 18, 2013 Santa Rosas Press Free |A3 10690907 Nuclear Medicine Adjuncts:Will teach credited courses, supervise laboratory learning experiences, evaluate student achievements, develop curriculum, and formulate policies and procedures. Minimum Quali cations: Bachelors Degree or higher. Must have current active licensure in Nuclear Medicine Imaging, related certi cations as appropriate for eld (i.e. CPR, HIPPA, etc.) and have a minimum of 2 years post-certi cation experience in Nuclear Medicine Technology. Copies of Transcripts must be submitted with a GCSC application. ***Applicants may apply direct to Health Sciences Chair. Open till lled. Additional info: www.gulfcoast.edu/hr. Gulf Coast State College does not discriminate against any person on the basis of any federally protected class in its programs, activities or employment. GCSC Equity O cer (850) 872-3866.GCSC is an EA/EO/M/F/Vet employer. GCSC Equity O ce 850.872.3866 8601536 8600311 ALLIED FARMSb tnfrfbfr ffrr626-8578 !"" r#$ r%&fr 'b$'$(rb Customer SupportLegal Advertising ClerkThe Northwest Florida Daily News is looking for an individual to join our fast paced legal department. The job includes typesetting, scheduling public notices and oversees the preparation of legal affidavits. PC Window and Excel necessary. The ideal candidates must be skilled in computer data entry & type 45 wpm. Must also give attention to detail, have excellent spelling, grammar and interpersonal communication skills. Excellent proof reading is a must. The Daily News offers an excellent benefit package, health, dental, vision coverage and 401k. Drug screen and background check will be required. Email resume to ehypes@nwfdailynews.com Interview will be scheduled. Drug-free workplace -EOE Web ID 34274703 Text FL74703 to 56654 MarketingEntry Level Marketing SpecialistThe News Herald is looking for an entry-level marketing specialist to assist with marketing support and document presentations for our sales team in a timely, accurate, and cost effective manner. This position will assist with sales proposals and interview preparation under the direction of the Regional Marketing Director, assist with development and coordination of marketing materials and branding, update and maintain files and documents and utilize effective written and oral communication skills. In addition, the position will provide assistance for event planning and conference attendance. Candidates should have an Associates degree and must be skilled in Powerpoint, InDesign, Photoshop and Microsoft Excel. Applicable experience may be substituted in lieu of formal education. The News Herald offers the following benefits: medical, dental, vision and life insurance; 401(k) plan; vacation and sick leave; and disability insurance. To apply, send resume to: lgrimes@pcnh.com or come by the office at 501 W. 11th Street to complete an employment application. Hiring will be contingent on a background check and drug screen. Web ID#: 34274489 Text FL74489 to 56654 12/18/2013 12/1907 A CHILDLESS, young, successful woman seeks to adopt. Will be HANDS-ON Mom! Financial security. Expenses paid. Visit: www.jodi2adopt. webs.com/ call Jodi 1-800-718-5516 or text 609-770-1255. Adam Sklar #0150789 UNPLANNED PREGNANCY? Adoption-A brave & selfless choice. Medical, living & counseling expenses paid. Choose the loving & financially secure family. Compassionate Atty. Lauren Feingold 24/7 866-633-0397 www.fklhearttoheart.net #0958107 MISSING 8 MONTH GERMAN SHEPARD. BLACK AND TAN. FEMALE. NAME IS BAILEY. LAST SEEN IN THE WOODS IN FRONT OF HARVEST POINT SUBDIVISION. CALL TRACY 287-1998 Moving Sale 12/21 Everything must go. 5271 Willard Norris Road. Artifical tree-rotating stand $50. Ceramic Christmas Village $30. Kitchen Aide Mixer $75. Surround Sound DVD system $50. 15 Computer Monitor w/ key board $15. 850-623-8893 Director of Childrens Ministries (Part time) Chumuckla Community Church UMC is looking for someone who loves children and can use their creative gifts to launch an exciting new ministry with children and their families. Sunday mornings and Wednesday nights offer an opportunity to help mold young lives towards a life of following Jesus.Salary based on experience and a passion to succeed. Please send resume to Tom Sharron at thsharron@gmail.com. DRIVER TRAINEES NEEDED NOW! Learn to drive for US Xpress! Earn $700 per week! No experience needed! Local CDL Training. Job ready in 15 days! (888)368-1964 Exp. cleaning person needed. Must have own vehicle. to drive to jobs. Must be avail. Mon.-Fri.. Non-smoking environment. Background check required 994-1785 LIFEGUARDS NEEDED at Blackwaters KRUL Lake in Munson. Apply now for work this spring and summer Starting pay $9 per hr. Call (850) 957-6140, ext. 101 Logistics/TransportClass ACDL DriversNeeded Immediately3 years min. driving with Dump Trailer Experience. $500 Sign On Bonus *Local Panhandle Hauling *Home Nights Apply ONLY online www.perdido trucking.com Perdido Trucking Service, LLC251-470-0355Web ID#: 34272984 AIRLINE CAREERS begin here -Get FAA approved Aviation Maintenance Technician training. Housing and Financial aid for qualified students. Job placement assistance. Call AIM 866-314-3769 EXPERIENCED OTR Flatbed Drivers earn 50 up to 55 cpm loaded. $1000 sign on to Qualified drivers. Home most weekends. Call: (843)266-3731 / www. bulldoghiway.com. EOE HEAVY EQUIPMENTOperator Training! Bulldozers, Backhoes, Excavators. 3 Weeks Hands On Program. Local Job Placement Assistance. National Certifications. GI Bill Benefits Eligible. 1-866362-6497 Training/EducationWant to be a CNA/ Phlebotomist?Dont want to wait? Express Training Services now offering our nursing asst. exam prep classes in DESTIN Class for 1 week. 850-502-5521 Military Spouses We Are mycaa certifiedexpresstraining services.com Next class 01/13/2014 YOU CAN BECOME an expert in HVAC installation and repair. Pinnacle Career Institute Online HVAC education in as little as 12 months. Call us today: 1-877-651-3961 or go online: www.HVAC -Online-Education.com FOR LEASE:Convenient Store with Gas station. Bay County. Great location! Will be branded Chevron. Available very soon. Major investment required. Serious inquiries only. Ware Oil & Supply Company.850-584-6666 ext 407 Milton Duplex 2 BR 1 Bath, Inside Utility Room $500 mo, $500 Damage Dep Water & Garbage Furnished Don Cumbie Realty 626-8959 or 377-6787 3BR/2B. Double car garage. Good area, near Whiting. Modern home. $800 a month/$800 deposit. 850-626-8959 or 850-377-6787 Barbara Cumbie. Pace/Pea Ridge. 3/2 Duplex. Wood Floors, stove, refrigerator, double pane windows, inclosed garage. $725. 850-995-0908 East Milton Shady Lot 2 BR Covered Front Porch, Utility Room Fenced Yard, Water & Garbage Incld. $350 Mo $100 Dep. Call 623-8303 Milton, 6332 Matador St 2BR/1BA Single Family Carpet/Vinyl FloorLease or Cash $1000 DN, $538/mo 877-535-6274 WOW!! 2280 Sq Foot Home on 2 acres in the heart of Milton. 4 Bedroom, 3 bath home, screened porch, workshop and convenient to everything. Modular (125,000) 6060 Carr Rd 2 lots sit side by side, cleared and ready to build 1 lot has out building on it. Fenced. Each lot (11,000) Located on Locust St -Milton Call Linda Deck/DeckRealty for information on these great properties!! 850-346-2165 CASH PAIDfor junk cars or trucks. Running or not. Call: 983-9527 or 723-5048 Spot Advertising works! 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