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Title: The Santa Rosa press gazette
Alternate Title: Milton press gazette
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Language: English
Creator: Santa Rosa press gazette
Publisher: Milton Newspapers, Inc.
Milton Newspapers
Place of Publication: Milton, Fla
Publication Date: April 1, 2009
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Subject: Newspapers -- Milton (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Wednesday, April 1,2009 Find breaking news at www.srpressgazette.com 50 cents


More rain in forecast as area rivers swell


Motorcyclist dies



after hitting pole

By BILL GAMBLIN ing to the bridge being out
bgamblin@srpressgazette.com on' Hamilton Bridge Road
and stranded a 1994 Nissan-
truck
A motorcyclist from Mil- John Garfield Montford,
ton died Saturday morning 30, of Milton told troopers
after apparently failing to that the driver, who was
stop at a stop sign. unknown, ignored the signs
. Steven J. Barbeau, 51, of and drove into the standing
Milton, died when the 1977 water ',
Harley Davidson struck a The unknown driver dis-
utility pole after leaving the appeared and left Montford
road at the intersection of in the truck who was res-
Ward Basin Road and Hick- cued by local residents in a
ory Hammock'Road. boat after yelling for help.
Barbeau was ejected An extensive search was
off the bike and was pro- conducted for the unknown
nounced dead at the scene. driver by the Santa Rosa
The case is still under in- County Sheriff's Office, local
vestigation according to the fire and rescue personnel,
Florida Highway Patrol as a and the Coast Guard.
toxicology report is pending, The search came up
to see if the accident was al- empty.
cohol related. Charges are pending in
Sunday, a driver ignored
the warning signs pertain- See POLE A5



US. Marshals arrest

five violent felons
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SPhotos by BILL GAMBLIN I Picss. Guei.
The river gauge along the River Walk on the Blackwater River could get very wet by
Monday morning as the river is expected to crest at 10 plus feet.


.By BILL GAMBLING
bgamblin( @'srpressgazette.co n

The threats of flooding along
the Blackwater River will con-
tinue through Monday and could
get worse as the threat of more
rain in the area lingers.
Santa Rosa County Emer-
gency Management Officials re-
ported Monday that the Black-
water River in Milton was 4.5
feet and falling after cresting at
eight feet earlier and that the
Coldwater Creek on Munson
Highway was at 11.3 feet. The
flood stage for Coldwater Creek
is 11 feet.
S Residentslivingwithin.5mile
of the Blackwater River should
take protective actions immedi-
a atel., if they have not yet done
so. Even citizens living in elevat-
ed homes may need to evacuate
as roads may be impassable due
to flooding. Continue to monitor'
the water levels in your area
and remember conditions can
change very quickly.
Over the weekend the Emer-
gency Communications sent a
reverse 9-1-1 message to 1,498
residents located in a .5 mile ra-
dius of Blackwater River today
urging caution and protective
action.
The American Red Cross is
on standby to open a shelter if
needed. Residents who plan'to
evacuate and need shelter are
asked to call the Emergency
Management Office at 983-5372.
On Sunday morning an ac-
cident was reported when an
unknown driver ignored high
water signs on Hamilton Bridge
Road No injuries were reported
and the driver of the vehicle is


Kirstie Weekley dips her
foot into the Blackwater
River.
Stuknown at this time.
Another incident on Sunday
at Edith Avenue- Skyline Fire
Department assisted by boat 12
people and four dogs in leaving
their homes due to rising wa-
ters.
Saturday morning officials
reported rainfall in the central
area of Santa Rosa County to be
13 inches while five to six inches
fell south of Milton. Overall for
the weekend an estimated 17
inches of rain has fallen in Santa
Rosa County.
Flooding may impact an es-
timated 300 structures in low-
lying areas along Blackwater


Jim Fletcher Printed on
Publisher recycledo
623-2120 e
fletcher@pressgazette.com paper


River in Santa Rosa County.
Public safety officials are
asking boaters to stay off the
river until the water has re-
ceded to normal levels due to
hazards caused by debris and
possible additional damage to
structures caused by wave ac-
tion.
Residents along Blackwater
River should take any needed
protective actions immediately.
Even citizens living in elevated
homes may need to evaluate as
roads may be impassable due to
flooding.
Bridges effected by the high
water and awaiting inspection
results are Springhill Road,
Deaton Bridge Road, Red Rock
Road, Gordon Land Road, Pen-
ton Road, Walling Road, Ham-
ilton Bridge Road- at the Pond
Creek Bridge, and Amos Caban-
iss Road.'
Motorist should always avoid
crossing flooded streets and
should never attempt to cross
flooded bridges.
Many low lying areas of the
county are flooded and were"
expected to remain flooded
throughout. Saturday, and into
the evening. Standing water
creates a serious road hazard,
even when only a portion of the
roadway is flooded. Roads listed
below are closed due to severe
erosion.
Smith Wixon Road washed
out and work crews hoped to
have it repaired by 7 p.m. Satur-
day. Also, a.culvert washed out
on Sellersville Road.
The high water levels caused
a residence on Highway 197 in
See H2OH! A5


TABLE OF CONTENTS


Obituaries.................................... A2
Opinion..................... ............ A6
Religion.......................... ........ A7


Sports.......................................... Al
Classifieds................................... B
Crossword......................... B6


The U.S. Marshals Flor-
ida Regional RFgitive Task
Force was busy this week
after arresting five wanted
felons, including capturing
an escapee who fled from
custody in Massachusetts
after jumping out of a sec-
ond story window; and an-
other who beat a up a man
who is still unconscious.
STiberias Albert, a seven-
teen year old known affili-
ate of the Crips street gang
was in custody in Boston,
Mass., when on March 18
Albert bolted from a juvenile
detention facility and-disap-
peared.
The Florida Regional
Task Force received infor-
mation on Thursday that
Albert may be hiding in the
Pensacola area from .U.S.


Marshals in Rhode Island.
The Marshals here in Pen-
sacola quickly found where
Albert was hiding put. The
Task Force conducted sur-
veillance and eventually saw
Albert inside of a home on
the 3700 Block of Creighton
Road. At about midnight on
Thursday the Marshals and
officers from Pensacola Po-
lice Department entered the
home and placed him under
arrest.
Sunday evening the Task
Force and officers from.
Okaloosa County Sheriff's
Office caught up with David
Erin Nelson at his home in
Crestview, Fla. The 6-foot,
260-pound, 26 year old man
is accused of aggravated
battery, after he sucker-
< See FELONS A5


BILL GAMBLING I Press Gazette
FUN AT THE FAIR: The Santa Rosa County Fair started
last night and will run through this Saturday. Events
Planned for this week include a concert featuring
Jason Michael Carroll, a Guitar Hero Contest, Grit
Eating Contest, and much, much more. For more
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Karen Sue Witt
1948-2009
Karen Sue Witt, members; special friends
of Milton, was born Rosemary Podsiadlik,
in Owosso, Rick Berrian,
Michigan on Donnie Williams,
November 25, Randy Martin,
1948 and passed and Charlie Mae
away March 21, Slack.
2009. She lived in Karen was
Milton, Florida loved by all who
until 2006. knew her and
She is will be greatly
survived by missed. She
her daughters WITT 'was preceded
- Elizabeth in death by her
"Lisa" Martin mother Ruth
and Brenda Witt; Ella Welton, father -
grandchildren Stella Emery Floyd Lewis, sister
and Jerry Jones; Tommy Diane Ochodnicky, and
and Jeffery Wilson, brother-in-law Ron
Spencer and Haley Lantis.
Williams; great grandchild A memorial service
- Noah Jones; sisters will be held at Harrison
& brothers-in-law Eagles in Michigan on
Marsha and Bob Brown, Sunday, April 5th, 20099 at
Kathleen and Charles 3 p.m. 850-607-8346.
Smakal, Peggy Lantis Let the family know
and Bob Ochodnicky, you care.
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Sunday, 8:26 p.m.
Hi, my name is Steve
and I am calling about your
"Ask the Preacher" sec-
tion. The man should lose
his tax-exempt status since
he is getting into politics
instead of preaching. The
man should stick to preach-
ing. If he wants to get into
politics he should run for
office.

Sunday, 3:37 p.m.
Yeah, this is Robert.
Why are we going to hire
Cindy Anderson back? I am
not real sure we need her
or how productive she has
been based on what we pay
'her for.

Sunday, 11:35 a.m.
Yes, this is Norman from
East Milton. To the three
women thatwant to do away
with the felony murder rule.
I could understand your ar-
gument if you were protest-
ing the death penalty. The
convicts /were sentenced
after being found guilty be-
yond a reasonable doubt by
a jury of their piers. I have
a daughter who is a correc-
tions officer, a son who is
a detective in Santa Rosa
County, and I supervise in-
mates and believe me you
don't want to know some of
the horror stories.


Saturday, 9:17 p.m.
Yes this is Jim. I am
drawing a lot of comments
and Dudley for your in-
formation I worked on Air
Force One. But'don't worry
since President Obama is
on so many talk shows we
can turn off the gas, lights,
and power at the White
House to offset the costs of
Air Force One. He is flying
all over the country to be on
shows like Oprah and kiss-
ing babies. Don't worry if
you don't see him in Wash-
ington, he will be on a talk
show.

Saturday, 1:58 p.m.
Hi this is KR. About the
man trying to find the red
headed girl. Did he pay to
have this published in the
paper?
Editor's note: The man
in question purchased
a full-page ad and we
thought it was rather in-
teresting someone would
purchase a full-page ad to
locate someone.

Saturday, 12:03 p.m.
SThis is J.D. I am calling
to tell the residents of this
county a bad plague has
infected the county called
TEAM Santa Rosa. It ap-
pears the rats have been
discovered and are now


running for cover.

Friday, 4:15 p.m.
This is Herman. I would
like to comment on what
Jim said about President
Obama and former Presi-
dent Bush. If you give
Obama time he will catch
up with Bush. And if you
look at history in time you
will discover that Bill Clin-
ton signed the first bill that
started the Wall Street tum-
ble when he deregulated it.

Friday, 2:32p.m.
Yeah, this is Raymond.
I am calling about the "Ask
the Preacher" column. I
don't knowwhy he is in such
an uproar about the con-
stitutional integrity about
Obama being a citizen.
Everyone who came over
here and took land from
the Indians and took more
things after they set up
shot didn't have a birth cer-
tificate. They are still taking
to the point they have stole
us into an economic reces-
sion. I can understand why
the haters hind.behind the
cloth when they need to be
praying for our leaders and
for our country.

Friday, 1:31 p.m.
Hi, I always enjoy your
viewpoints section and


the comments from Jones
and Armstrong. But I am
offended by the "Ask the
Preacher." I think he should
be more involved in his
church and needs to quit
criticizing Jeff Miller. I don't
know what his problem is,.
but he needs to focus on his
church. I don't believe poli-
tics and the Lords work is
mixable. I am also offended
about half the newspaper
lately looking like an obitu-
ary page. Do you have that
little to write about that you
have to put dead people on
the front page?

Thursday, 5:08 p.m.
Yes, this is a concerned
citizen of the United States
and also a frequent traveler
on Munson Highway. The
bike riders on the Blackwa-
ter Trail can't seem to see
their stop sign and some
one is going to get killed. I
had to come to a complete
stop because a person just
drove right across the high-
way in front of me on their
bike. And another thing. So
much is being said about
cigarettes lately, what about
liquor? It is just as bad and
causes just as mahy prob-
lems.

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Elected OFFICIALS


COUNTY GOVERNMENT
COUNTY COMMISSION
District 1: Jim Williamson, 4351 Berryhill Road,
Pace, FL 32571; phone 932-1340. E-mail is comm-
williamson@santarosa.fl.gov.
District 2: Bob Cole, 8651 Riverstone Road,
Milton, FL 32583; phone 983-1877. E-mail is comm-
cole@santarosa.fl.gov..
District 3: Don Salter, 6000 Chumuckla Highway,
Pace, FL 32571; phone 994-6426. E-mail is comm-
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District 4: Gordon Goodin; 6467 Avenida De
Galves, Navarre, FL 32566; phone 939-4949. E-mail is
comm-goodin@santarosa.fl.gov.
District 5: Lane Lynchard, 6495 Caroline St., Suite
M, Milton, FL 32570, phone 932-1340. E-mail is comm-
lynchard@santarosa.fl.gov.
The Santa Rosa County Commission meets at9 a.m.
on second and fourth Thursdays. The leaders meet in
committee at 9 a.m. Monday preceding the Thursday
meetings. Meetings are held in commission chambers
of: the Administrative Complex on U.S. 90. Phone
983-1877 for information or to reach their offices.

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Rep. Jeff Miller: 1535 Longworth House Office
Building, Washington, D.C., 20515; phone (local) 479-
1183; (DC) 202-225-4136; toll free 866-367-1614. E-
mail: www.house.gov/jeffmiller.
SENATE
Sen. Mel Martinez: 356 Russell Senate Office
Building, Washington; D.C., 20515; phone 202-224-
3041; fox 202-228-5171.
Sen. Bill Nelson: Room 571, Hart Senate Office
Building, Washington, D.C., 20510; phone 202-224-
5274, fax 202-224-8022.
WHITE HOUSE
President Barack Oboma: The White House, 1600
Pennsylvania Ave., Washington, D.C., 20500; phone
202-456-1414. E-mail: president@whitehouse.gov.
Vice President Joe Biden: Office of the Vice
President, White House, 1600 Pennsylvania Ave.,
Washington, D.C., 20500; phone 202-456-1414.


*Rep. Greg Evers: 5224 Willing St., Milton, FL
32570,983-5550. Email: evers.greg@leg.state.fl.us. SCHOOL GOVERNMENT
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' The Santa Rosa County School Board meets at 6:30
p.m. second and fourth Thursdays at 5086 Canal St.,
Milton. Phone: 983-5000.

CITY GOVERNMENT
Milton City Hall, Mayor Guy Thompson, 6738
Dixon Street, Milton, FL 32570, 983-5400. Interim
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Contact information for your elected officials
appears in every Saturday edition of the Santa Rosa
Press Gazette. Know your leaders; stay in touch.


SANTA ROSA'S PRESS GAZETTE STAFF


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ille Library in honor and
memory of Beau Brooks.
Beau, an adult with Autism
and son of former ECAS
President Susan Brooks,
passed away in December.
The Honorable Randall
Wise, Mayor of Niceville,
will read a proclamation
from the city. Other local
politicians and community
leaders have been invited
to attend. This is a family
friendly event, the Clowns
for Christ will help enter-
tain the kids and there


will be refreshments. The
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event. All funds collected
are donated to local and
regional organizations
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2008 Ryder Cup Outreach Program. The event took
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Wednesday, April 1, 2009


Education Foundation congratulates nominees for Rookie of the Year


Teacher retention and
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support and recognition
during their early years as
educators.
Each spring, the Santa
Rosa Education Founda-
tion invites every school
in the Santa Rosa School
District to nominate one
teacher for the Santa Rosa
Rookie of the Year award.
All full-time classroom
teachers in their third year
or less of teaching are eli-
gible for this award. This
includes total teaching ex-
perience, not just in Santa
Rosa public schools.
SThe following school
Nominees will be recog-
nized at our Fourteenth


Annual Rookie of the Year
Reception on April 16, 2009
at 4:30 p.m. at B.C. Rus-
sell Elementary School.
Awards will be presented
at 5 p.m. with the recep-
tion open until 6:15 p.m..
The Santa Rosa Rookie
of the Year 2009 will be
announced during the
awards presentation.
The Santa Rosa Educa-
tion Foundation is pleased
to announce our 2009 San-
ta Rosa Rookie of the Year
nominees:
Avalon Middle, Mi-
chelle Bryars; Bagdad'
Elementary, Dorothy Wal-
lace; Berryhill Adminis-
trative Complex, Astley


Blackwell; Central High,
Daniel Baxley; Chumuckla
Elementary, Allison Das-
eler; S.S. Dixon Interme-
diate, Rachel Orehosky;
S.S. Dixon Primary, Karen
Burch; East Milton El-
ementary, Kevin Specht;
Gulf Breeze Elementary,
Dashean Chavez; Gulf
Breeze High, Teresa Stan-
quist; Gulf Breeze Middle,
Lauren Baugus; Hobbs
Middle, Wesley Meiss;
Holley Navarre Interme-
diate, Zack Butler; Hol-
ley Navarre Middle, Ju-
lie Wise; Holley Navarre
Primary, Janet Pfalzgraf;
T.R. Jackson Pre-K, La-
Tonya Shepherd; Jay El-


ementary, Jacob Jordan;
Jay High, Kendra Killam;
King Middle, Peggy Kliem;
Locklin Technical Center,
Sharon Achors; Milton
High, Kimi Gillis; Munson
Elementary, Kathy Green;
Navarre High, Desi Lee;
Oriole Beach Elementary,
Denothras Pierce; Pea
Ridge Elementary, Kristin
Santo; Rhodes Elemen-
tary, Jenna Allen; Russell
Elementary, Trish John-
son; Sims Middle School,
Crystal Burke; West Na-
varre Intermediate, Ann
Thompson; West Navarre
Primary, James Fox;
Woodlawn Beach Middle,
Jeff Baugus


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can meet to discuss the
hardships at one of many
Alzheimer's support groups
scheduled throughout San-
ta Rosa County.
Family Services provides
monthly support groups for
family members or friends
coping with a loved one
with Alzheimer's disease.
Support Groups offer a safe
place to share ideas and
gather information about
the disease process. There
is no charge to attend and
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Meetings are at 10
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Thursday, July 9.
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Rarely do we see an industrial-oriented person
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Richardson has over his career as a Master
Electrician. He has dedicated the larger portion of
his life's work to teaching vocational students the "E N T E R TO W IN
rudiments of electrical wiring in a vocational-tech- ROUND CHECKER TABLE 4
nical setting.
Known as "Billy" to his frieflds and colleagues VITH 2 BENCHES
(and everyone who has absorbed 20 minutes of his Winner need not be present to win
time), he is now retired, but his reputation lives on
with those who have studied under him or have
been involved with him as a colleague in any way.
In 2005 he was critically injured in an automobile
L..accident and as a result had to retire from the
S classroom. And although he bounded back to
---ambulatory health, he will never be able to return
to the teaching career that he so enjoyed.
William E. Richardson Billy was born in Harold, in the'home of his
paternal grandparents Bill and Liza Richardson. He
grew up, attended public schools, and served his time in the Army during 1967-68 as an
artillery man during the Vietnam War. He and his wife, the former Patiicia Ann Morris,
raised a family of two sons, one of whom succumbed to a fatal heart.attack.
Billy followed in his father's footsteps, becoming a journeyman electrician. But it
was teaching that he finally decided he wanted to do, and after training at PJC and the
University of West Florida, he entered the vocational-technical classroom as an electrical
wiring instructor. Although he taught in classrooms at George Stone Vo-Tech in Escambia
County and. at PJC under the Joint Apprenticeship Program of the State of Florida, it was
Locklin Vo-Tech where he settled in, spending the largest part of his career. He served
there under four principals, spanning the administrations of Alice Guidy, Raymond
Rogers, Jane Allen, and Charles Ethridge, teaching his trade to thousands of students.
These days, in retirement, he says he's limiting his activities to "light duty" hunting,
fishing, traveling, and growing a garden, which in his estimation contributes to the green
movement and furnishes a few fresh vegetables!
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punched a man half his
size for no apparent reason
causing the man to lose con-
sciousness and never wak-
ing up. According to police
reports, Nelson is wanted in
Calcasieu Parish, La., after
he was involved in a physical
altercation outside of a Lake
Charles strip club Friday
night.
Later on in the evening,
Joseph Kalala, 54, was ar-


rested at an apartment
complex on the 700 Block of
Eglin Parkway in Ft. Walton
Beach. Kalala is wanted in
Escambia County for viola-
tion of a domestic violence
injunction and aggravated
stalking. Kalala was brought
to the Okaloosa County Jail
and is awaiting extradition
to Escambia County.
Also arrested by the Mar-
shals Task Force on Thurs-


day night was 43 year old
Sean D. Banks wanted by
Escambia County Sheriff's
Office for Failure To Regis-
ter as a Sex Offender. The
Task Force took Banks into
custody without incident at
a home on the 8500 Block of
Fowler Avenue in Pensacola.
Also, 50 year old Darnell
Robinson, wanted for Felony
battery/strangulation, was
caught Thursday.


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this accident as well.
Saturday night Santa
Rosa County Emergency
Communications received a
call at 4:06 p.m. reporting a
plane crash at Peter Prince
Airport.
The aircraft involved
was a fixed wing, .single
engine model Lancair
0-320.


East Milton Fire, Santa
Rosa County Emergency
Management staff and Life-
guard Ambulance Service
responded.
The scene was turned
over to the Santa Rosa Coun-
ty Sheriff's Office, who did
not answer calls or e-mails
for information by press
time.


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crashed during take off and
was called in by a driver
passing by.
One passenger had minor
injuries and refused medical
treatment.
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water was a residence on Al-
lentown Road, a vehicle on
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Bridge on Springhill Road,
23 campers at Tomahawk
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25 campers at Blackwater
River State Park were un-
able to leave due to flooded
roads, campers on Big Cold
Water Park on Horse Shoe
Loop Road were evacuated,
and a sinking vehicle on
Jimmy Lewis Road was re-
ported.
Resuce boats and canoes
were being used to assist


residents and other due to
impassable roads.
Water has been reported
in a home in the 9100 block
of Byrom Campbell Road,
while one residence on An-
nie Penton Road left on their
own due to rising water/wa-
ter in their home.
Residents, especially
in the northern end of the
county are asked to stay off
the roads. Most deaths from
flooding in the United States
are due to people driving
their cars into flooded areas.
For pedestrians, just 6 inch-
es of fast-moving floodwater
can knock a person off their
feet- "When in doubt, stay
safe and back out."


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message on their cell phone
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gov/emergency/publicwarn-
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Residents who plan to
evacuate and need shelter
are asked to call the Emer-
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983-5360.
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A few questions


to ponder

Many times we tackle some big issues,
but it is time to sound off on some smaller
things, which are unfortunately adding
up.
The need to find a home for pets is a
great thing, but the question is what are
these adoptive people doing with the pets
after they adopt them. There are those
who feel their pets should be free to do as
they wish, no questions asked.
Well it is time to ask yourself a question.
What if the pet you have is causing a
problem for a neighbor?
It is your own business if you want to
have one or one hundred cats, but you
shouldn't let them roam free to scavenge
the area..
Dogs are nice pets as well, but they
should be under control and not appear
ready to bite any innocent passer-by who
happens to be walking down the street as
your pooch bolts through your front door.
It is time individuals become more re-
sponsible for their pets and be mindful of
what you are getting.
Easter is coming up and there will be
those who rush out to get their child a
duckling or a baby bunny.
What are you going to do when this gift
grows up?
Be mindful of this.
Animal control has enough to do, let
alone trying to find space for a pet you got
on a whim and now find a bother.
Speaking of a bother, what is going on
in Santa Rosa County?
Is it a bother for our leaders to enforce
the laws they have passed or are we back
to 'I know them,' so we need to turn a
blind eye?
Spring has sprung and with it the num-
ber of signs along the roadside and worse
yet getting tacked up on utility poles.
Santa Rosa County as well as Milton
have codes concerning this and a code
enforcement unit.
Problem is they turn a blind eye to
most, yet when the timing is right they
will find a code and make some individu-
als lives a total nightmare.
That's right, a nightmare.
If code enforcement is going to turn a
blind eye to some signs and signage is-
sues, then lets throw that chapter of the
book out the window.
You might think this is a small prob-
lem, but one sign in a spot soon grows to
several and then street corners start to
resemble a child's room if they are like
most.
Cluttered!
Yes there is that bemoaned word, but it
has to be used.
It is time this is enforced if we are going
to keep it on the books.
Now if those allergic to pets and too
Short to see over all these signs could get
some relief, life would be so much better.



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Learning to live on less can be good


By Ron Hart

"Will you tell me how
to prevent luxury from
becoming effeminacy, in-
toxication, extravagance,
vice and folly?"
John Adams to Thomas
Jefferson in 1819

As bad as things are, we
Americans have it better
than we ever have. Capital-
ism, not government, has
given us the amazing tech-
nology and conveniences
never before known to
man. And if you think to-
day is good, just wait until
tomorrow. Some bright cap-
italist is working around the
clock (and around the tax
code) to bring to the masses
something even better in
the future.
Short of the Obama
administration killing the
entrepreneurial spirit in
America or spending us into
bankruptcy, our lives will
only continue to get better.
Apathy and insolvency are
the "change" I think the
Democrats and their com-
rades in the mainstream
media are trying to give us.
I feel like taking a sock full
of nickels and beating Con-
Sgress over the head while
screaming, "Here is some
''change' you'can believe in!"'
We have the safest, rich-
est, healthiest, mostjust
nation in the history of the


world, and they want to
change it? Ijust hope they
don't mess it up. We are
becoming a nation of spoiled
brats who expect from oth-
ers the comforts we should
work to provide for
ourselves:
A comedian tells
the story of being
informed during a .
recent flight that
the airline now
offers wireless In-
ternet connection. HAR1
The guy next to him R0o
opens his laptop
and signs on. Upon take-off,
the flight attendant an-
nounces that there will be a
short, five-minute disruption
in Internet service. The pas-
senger becomes irate and
hisses, "This is BS!" with a
roll of his eyes. How quickly
he felt entitled to something
he only knew existed one
minute ago!
These people get so up-
set when a flight is late you
would think they were made
to walk Never mind that
they flew from LA to New
York in about 4 hours, at 600
miles per hour, in a reclining
chair, for $325 all the while
having fl;ht attendants
ensure that the comforts of
home are available 30,000
feet in the air.
Our Founding Fathers
lived in a three mile-per-
hour world. When they went
from Virginia to Philadel-
phia to draft that brilliant
document on which this'


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mHi


country is founded, it took
them weeks. People died
en route. Indians attacked.
Thank God they did not
have today's short atten-
tion span, or we would not
have inherited the
Constitution or this
great Republic.
Just how spoiled
are we when we
get all out of sorts
if our cell phone
does not pick up for
TALK five minutes on the
Hart road?
I like the idea
of going back to a simpler
time. Recessions might be
God's way of putting life in
perspective for us.
Perhaps addicted to ad-
ulation, the Obama's have
been on about every TV
show recently, and I think
he is to be making lasagna
on The Rachael Ray show
next week. If he ever feels
down, he can now seize
any corporation he wants
as a nice pick me up.
Michelle Obama an-
nounces she is going to
plant a Vegetable garden
where the Rose Garden
used to be. Do they know
something about the fu-
ture that we don't?
Cut me a big slice of
this farming operation.
With government efficiency,
crop subsidies and the union
labor that Obama will insist
on, I suspect the average
cost of a tomato will be
$45. Ijust hope when they


dig up the Rose Garden they
do not find Dick Cheney's
waterboard collection or a
missing chubby'intern from
the Clinton years.
SIn reality, Ifind that
simpler living is less stress-
ful and more abundant.
The many "must have"'
material items Madison
Avenue pressures us to buy
come with their own set of
problems. Often, the fewer
decisions we are forced to
make and the less complex
we make our lives, the bet-
ter we are able to enjoy
them.
Ostentatious and super-
fluous displays of "keeping
up with the Joneses" are
no longer cool unless, of
course, you are the Mes-
siah, Jones-ing for the
high life, and still throws
parties in the White House
with $100 per pound Kobe
beef from Japan. In fair-
ness to Obama, he makes
up for the Kobe beef cost
when he turns water into
wine and feeds the White
House guests with one loaf
of bread.
We brought this reces-
sion upon ourselves by
spending borrowed money,
relying on the govern-
ment and confusing need
with want. We'have been
given notice that we need
to reevaluate our priorities.
Friends, family and the
more basic and true plea-
sures of life become more
dear to us in hard times.


Letters to the EDITOR


Tax Rally
I don't know about you,
but every time I turn on the
news, the government is
dipping their fingers into my
pockets and spending what
little money I have! And, not
only that they are spending
my grandchildren and my
great grandchildren's mon-
ey too. At the rate they are
going they will be spending
future generation's money
too.
Something is happening
across this nation because
people have had enough.
Banks are getting billions of
dollars in bail outs paid for
by us (the tax payer). How
do they repay us? They slap
us in the face by using that
money to pay huge bonuses
or buy a new airplane. I
don't know about you, but,
I struggle more every day
to pay my bills and buy gro-
ceries and the "don't care"
attitude of most of Congress
and those receiving these
bail-outs makes me mad.
Every day there is talk of
Congress taking more of
our money. And the biggest
joke of all is... "Oh, we are
giving each citizen more
money in their pay check"
Don't make me laugh, about
$12.00 a week, is that a joke?
Enough is enough and I
don't know about you, but I
plan to stand up and say it!


Personally I don't want my
grandchildren to say one
day, "Granny, why didn't you
do something?"
In 1772 the Sons of Lib-
erty protested Taxation
without Representation
by having a Tea Party in
Boston. 237 years later we
as citizens of this great na-
tion need to do it again! All
across this nation people
are uniting in peaceful pro-
tests, just as it happened in
1772. You can be part of this
historic Tea Party in our
area.
On April 15,2009 from
3-6 PM, citizens from the
Panhandle area will gather
in Pensacola for a peaceful
protest of Taxation without
Representation. Get full
information at this web-
site, http://www.meetup.
com/Pensacola-Glen-Beck-
We-Surround-Them. The
protest will take place at
Palafox St. & Garden St.
Bring a sign with "tasteful"
protest information on it.
Please don't use this protest
as a means to degrade a
person or personality, make
your sign a statement to all
of our legislatures.
SHARON GLASS
Pace, Fla.

Notes to all
Dear politicians,
I am sorry to inform


you that the FBI is now ac-
tively working in Northwest
Florida; I am sorry to inform
you that the United States
Justice department is ac-
tively working in Northwest
Florida. I am sorry to inform
you that the U.S. Attorney's
office is actively working in
Northwest Florida. I am also
sorry to inform you that you
may never know which of
your employees may be the
star witness. I am also sorry
to inform you that your
phone may be tapped.
Dear Citizens,
I am happy to inform
you that corruption has
finally reached a level that
three Federal agencies
have moved into Northwest
Florida to clean up the mess
that our politicians have
created. Apparently the
lack of enforcement by local
elected officials has caught
the interest of our Federal
Government. All I can say
is good hunting and I look
forward to the perp walk on
the news.
P.S. WD. tells me he is
lonely and that there are
additional cells available.
JERRY COUEY
Milton, Fla.

SHOCKING VOTES
Former Commissioner


John Broxson sounds like
a bitter loser to new Com-
missioner Lane Lynchard.
Broxson is correct that we
need more industry in Santa
Rosa County, but dead
wrong in how to get it!
He assumes that the
County's land grab (in this
instance, Pullum property)
will accomplish that goal.
Take a look at the so-called
"industrial" parks the
County has tried to develop.
Where's the industry?
Why doesn't Pullum (who
has much experience and
money) develop his own
property? Why should the
County support his bank
account?
Opposing County land
grabs is not "yesteryear"
ideologyIt is the true Ameri-
can concept of PRIVATE
enterprise as opposed to
government competing with
private business.
Broxon's shielded accu-
sation of racism is uncalled
for, inspite of his claim to
being of a "pioneer" family
Thank God Lynchard
and Williamson ARE into
the 21st Century, and not
from the Socialism of unnec-
essary government control.
Too bad the other Commis-
sioners are not for the tradi-
tional American principle of
LESS GOVERNMENT.
BILL BLEDSOE
Milton, Fla.


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Hendersons to host Special Gospel Concert


Special to the Press Gazette

The Hendersons cor-
dially invite you to attend
a special concert at Pace
Assembly of God, located
at 3941 Hwy. 90, in Pace,
beginning at 7 p.m. on
Friday, April 3.
The Hendersons will
be presenting selections
from their new record-
ing, along with some old
favorites. This is a spe-
cial time for The Hender-
Ssons and they encourage
you to be in attendance.
Singing at this special
concert will also be tal-
ent from Pace Assembly
of God, which includes
Rev. Steve and Sister
MaryAnn Senn, and
Chuck Deering. Sandra
Fowler, a special person
to Hendersons, who was
a member of the group
for more than 2 years,
will be presenting her
talents in song. Sandra
is not only noted,for her
singing talents, but also
as a conference speaker.
Michael Harison, nation-
ally known songwriter
and musician, who has
written several songs for
The Hendersonis, will be
sharing the stage on this
special night.
The Hendersons, a
family singing ministry,


The Hendersons are, from left, Mark, Sonny and Lydia.


since the Fall of 1989,
,bring to this concert
many years of expert ex-
perience, with other 75
combined years in gos-
pel music.
They sing primarily
traditional and Southern
Gospel style music, de-
livered in, high quality,
first class fashion. They
are blessed with a spe-
cial close harmony and
anointing that ensures


that you will enjoy being
in concert with them. Cur-
rent members are Sonny
Henderson, his daughter,
Lydia Henderson of Pen-
sacola, and Mark Cates
of Pace. Sonny's wife,
Marie, serves as sound
technician and full-time
office manager. You may
contact The Hendersons
at 850-994-0767 or online
at hendersing@aol.com.
Their Web site is www.


Sthe-hendersonns.com.
Sonny, Mark, Lydia
and Marie would be hon-
ored if you would share
this special evening with
them at Pace Assembly
of God on Friday, April 3,
at 7 p.m. For directions or
additional information,
please call 850-994-0767
or the church at 850-202-
3100. No admission fee
will be charged for this
concert.


Spring Festival
The First Pentecostal
Church of Bagdad will be
having their annual Spring
Festival on Saturday, April
4 from 7 a.m. to 3 p.m. This
festival has everything!
There will be food (lots of
it), baked goods, clothes,
books and toys available!
Everyone is invited to
come out and enjoy!

Divorce Recovery
Workshop
Christ United Method-
ist Church will be hosting
a non-denominational,
8-week Divorce Recovery
Workshop, beginning
April 8. The workshop will
.be held on Wednesday eve-
nings at 6:15. To ensure
enough materials for all
attendees, reservations
are requested. For more
information, please call
623-0614 or 623-8820. An


Special to the Press Gazette

We at Immanuel Bap-
tist Church in Pace are
looking forward to shar-
ing with you the music
and drama of "Who Will
Call Him King of Kings,"
a major musical work for'
Easter. Our presenta-
tions will be Saturday
and Sunday, April 4 and 5,
at 6 p.m.
The presentation
opens in first-century
Israel with an angry mob
dragging the accused
before the authorities.
Many Easter programs
have similar begin-
nings...but in Who Will
Call Him King of Kings,
the accused may not be
whom you expect.
The focal point of the
musical is a Roman pris--
on, cold and damp and
dark, a prison that hous-
es both career criminals
and a couple of newcom-
ers who may not really
belong there. Amused by
the newcomers' story of


evening meal is provided
for a slight charge.

Celebrating the Life
of Christ
This is one of the most
inspirational services we
have the entire year at
Cokesbury United Meth-
odist Church on Ninth
Avenue (Pensacola). You
are invited to join us on
Thursday, April 9 at
7 p.m. to watch as the
Last Supper of Christ re-
enacted.
You will hear stories of
Jesus from the disciples
themselves. You will hear
the words of Jesus as
he spoke to his closest
friends and enemies. You
will hear the innkeeper
who saw the birth and
now the resurrection of
Christ. Join us for this
service celebrating the
life of Christ. For more
information call 476-5818.


"a different kind of king,
a king who died for love,"
the cold hearts of the
hard men can't believe
that there is really any
hope for them...and so it
might seem.
The characters in
the program are richly
colorful, memorable and
engaging, and they move
the Easter story along
from several unique
perspectives. You may
identify with the deep
despondency of Verenia
the slave girl, the quick-
humored cynicism of
Marcus the convicted
thief, or even the despair-
ing monotony of Lucius
the jailer. Can this "dif-
ferent king of king" make
a difference for them, for
their fellow prisoners...
for you? We hope that
you will join us for this
Easter musical and see
for yourself. Immanuel
Baptist Church is located
in Pace, directly across
from the Winn Dixie
Shopping Center in Pace.


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Dear Pastor Gallups "I heard you on WEBY 1330
recently with attorneys, Dr. Orly Taitz and Mario
Apuzzo discussing Obama's eligibility to be President.
That was my first hearing of this issue...what is going
on?" D.D. Milton

(Third of THREE ARTICLES on this topic)

Dear D.D.,
It appears, from all the evidence thus far, that
Obama may not be a natural born citizen as defined by
law. Mr. Obama has confused the matter by having
any and all records that would verify his birth
status... sealed.
In the meantime, Dr. Orly Taitz, Esq., has a case
pending before the Supreme Court of the U.S. naming
over 100 military officials and 7 State Representatives
from several different states as plaintiffs. Similarly, Mr.
Mario Apuzzo, Esq. has just served Congress,
Obama, Pelosi and Reid with a suit with Mr. Charles
Kerschner, Ret. Navy Commander, as the lead plaintiff.
It is interesting to note that Obama's defenders
will say that all court cases against him have been
"thrown out" and his birth certificate is posted on the
Internet.
To date, not a SINGLE case has been heard on its
merits and "thrown out." They were dismissed from
the Supreme Court because of "lack of standing." The
Supreme Court said that these cases did not belong
there yet andmust begin in the lower Federal Courts.
No Court ruling has declared the allegations of the
cases to be without merit.
Similarly, Mr. Obama has not posted on the
Internet a "valid" birth certificate, but a "limited value"
document, called a Short Version Certification of Birth.
This document does not have a name of a hospital,
name of a doctor, any 'signatures or a seal of the hos-
pital on the front it. This document is usually given to
parties that do not have a proper hospital birth certifi-
cate and it is given based on a statement of one relative
only. Even the state of Hawaii doesn't give full credit
to these documents. Obama's true certificate of birth
with the pertinent information on it is sealed, by him.
As a citizen who holds dear our right to worship
and serve the Lord Jesus under our First Amendment, I
am passionate about resolving this particular
Constitutional crisis.


Carl Gallups is the Pastor of Hickory Hammock Baptist Church. in Milton. He has a Bachelor of
Science degree from Florida State University, and a Master of Divinity from The New Orleans Baptist
Theological Seminary. He has been pastor of HHBC since 1987. He serves as an Intemational Youth
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Casey's Nursery and Landscaping helps with spring outdoors


By OBIE RAIN
ocrain@srpressgazette.com

If spring sneaked up
on you this year (and a
lot of people are in this
fix), don't feel as if you've
compromised the whole
growing season.
There's still time to
salvage'much of the
prime planting and grow-
ing season if you hurry.
And the most reassuring
thing about this is that
Casey's Nursery and
Landscaping is there for
you in your time of need.
You see, Casey's
Nursery and Landscap-
ing is your comprehen-
sive source for plants,
bushes, trees, and all the
supplemental materials
including soil condition-
ers, fertilizers, etc. to
make any of your outdoor
projects an overwhelm-
ing success. And that's
not even mentioning all
the advice and informa-
tion that they have avail-
able. customized to your
individual situation!
Casey's Nursery and
Landscaping is a family
owned business and was
started by John and Rosa
Casey back in 1969 with
just a few plants and a
garden hose for irriga-
tion. That was 40 years
ago, but John and Rosa
put a lot of hard work
into the nursery and
what you've got today
is a five-star operation
with almost anything you
could ask for in a nursery
- and then some!
Although they both
retired from the business
in 2005, they still help
when it gets busy with
the customers, and they
still offer their endless
supply of much appreci-
ated information. Now
their son and daughter in
law Jonathan and Debra
(Jon and Deb to every-
one who knows them!)
Casey own the business.
And while they updated
the inventory and made
a few significant changes
over the years, Casey's
Nursery and Landscap-
ing is still the friendly,
hometown, family-run
business it has been all
these years.
Casey's Nursery
and Landscaping car-
ries a wide variety of
the usual shrubs, roses,
vines, citrus, palms, lil-
ies, along with almost
every kind of fruit, shade,
and ornamental trees.
"We also carry unusual
and hard to find plants,
especially in our spring
perennials," Deb said.
"In fact we carry one
of the widest selections
of perennials you'll find


OBIE tRAIN I Press Gazette
Rosa Casey says, "Spring is for planting!" But she's lust as happy to'show anyone the many blooming potted plants that are already
available and ready to take.hhome and cultivate. Rosa's proud of the full-service nursery which her son and daughter-in-law Jon and Deb
Casey have continued to maintain, offering some of the greatest varieties of nursery stock in the area!


anywhere in this area.
Another one of the more
interesting plants you'll
find here is the Weeping
Fruiting Mulberry which
'not only looks unique but
also produces a sweet
and delicious mulberry."
Of course there is the
traditional non fruiting
mulberry as well.
Some of the other
trees which the Caseys
have available include
cherry, almond, apricot,
pears, and Kiwi. The
Caseys make an effort
to carry many of the
plants and shrubs that
you won't find anywhere
else. And one thing you
can depend on: you won't
find anything at Casey's
Nursery and Landscap-
ing that won't grow here.
They're very careful
about choosing only
those plants and trees
that people here can cul-
tivate and grow.
The Jackson & Per-
kins and Knockout roses
are ready to burst open
with plenty of beautiful
blooms, too, And the four
varieties of strawberry
plants have lots of flow-
ers turning into tasty
fruit. Also the red and
purple pentas will begin


CASEY'S NURSERY
AND LANDSCAPING
Hours from April 5
to May 31: 8 a.m. to
5 p.m. Monday through
Saturday and Sundays'
from 1 p.m. to 5 p.m.
Summer hours: 8
a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday
through Saturday
.Location: 3851
SAvalon Blvd.
Phone: 850-623-8109


attracting butterflies
and hummingbirds very
soon. Now wouldn't that
make a wonderful garden
or backyard environ-
ment? What about some
Azaleas or even Orchids!
They have just received a
new shipment of Orchids
that will give you a thrill!
"We here at Casey's
Nursery like for our cus-
tomers to feel at home,"
Deb said. "We always try
to give them one-on-one
attention and don't mind
answering any questions
they may have or helping
them make a planting
plan become a reality."
"We will also do the
entire landscape for our
customers or tell them


"We carry one of the widest
selections ofperennials you'll find
anywhere in this area. Another one
of the more interesting plants you'll
find here is the Weeping
Fruiting Mulberry which not only
looks unique but also produces a
sweet and delicious mulberry."


-Debra Casey
owner


how to do it," Jon added.
"We also offer the needed
supplies such as fertil-
izers, soil conditioners,
sprays, and other items
that you will need to
plant and grow a suc-
cessful garden."
Casey's Nursery and
Landscaping sells plants
that will grow, thrive,
and produce in this area.
Many of our returning
customers request the
help of Sue Mock (Deb-
ra's sister) whom they
have come to know and
trust for her ability to
make them feel at ease
while shopping at the


nursery.
Casey's Nursery and
Landscaping invites all
to come out and visit
with them and to stroll
about the premises and
enjoy all the flowers,
plants, shrubs, and trees
that are in inventory and
ready to take home.
Casey's Nursery and
Landscaping is located
at 3851 Avalon Blvd on
the west side of the
street just north of the
Cyanamid Road red light.
It's relatively easy to get
in and out of, and there's
plenty of parking once
you get there..


Summer hours are 8
a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday
through Saturday. But
for the convenience of
shoppers who may be in
a hurry or who don't have
time during the week and
Saturday, or who may, in
fact, just want the extra
time to browse through
the pleasing environ-
ment, Jon and Deb have
decided to open on Sun-
day for a while.
"Beginning April 5,
we will open on Sunday
from one o'clock in the
afternoon and remain
open until 5 o'clock," Deb
said. "We will continue
these hours through
Sunday, May 31st. After
that we will resume our
regular hours which are
Monday through Friday
from 8 am. to 5 p.m. and
Saturday from 8 a.m. to
4 p.m.."
In the event you wish
to call, the number to
reach them at is 850-623-
8109. And just'as Rosa
said recently, "Spring is
for planting!" So get in
on the act and be sure to
remember that Casey's
Nursery and Landscap-
ing is as near as your
telephone if you need
them.


SHADE & ORNAMENTAL
TREES
Arizona Sapphire Bradford Pear
Bald Cypress Cassia
Cherry Laurel Catalpa
Elms Camellia
Ginko Camphor
Italian Cypress Cherry
Locust Crab Apple
Magnolia Crepe Myrtle
Maples Dogwood
Oaks Chaste
.Riverbirch Greybeard
Golden Rain
Sweet Gum Golden Rain
Sycamore Japanese Magnolia
Sycamore Parasol
Tulip Poplar Parrotia
Sourwood Paulawnia
Tea Olive Paw Paw
Snowdrop Peach
Walking Stick Purple Plum
.Weeping Mulberry Sassafras
Willows Service Berry
Witch Hazel Smoke Bree
Palms Lilac


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Almonds
Apples
Blueberry
Blackberry
Figs
Grapes
Loquart ,
Mulberry
Muscadines
Nectarine
Peach
Pear
Persimmon


Mon Sat 8-5
Plum April 5 May 31 Open Sunday 1-4
Pecan ...........*******************
Strawberry Perennials
Chestnut Achillea Scabiosa
Kiwi Coreopsis Iris
Walnut Digitalis Lily
Orange Gaillardia Heuchera
Kumquat Hibiscus Helenium
Lemon Hosta Roses
iHydrangea Milkweed
Grapefruit Kniphofia Penta
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Banana


VINES.
Clematis Passion .Mondavilla
Alamonda Dipodenia Jasmine
Dutchmans Pipe Wisteria
3851 Avalon Blvd.

623-8109


mgonwar Di ue vaze
Oenothera Plumbago
Phlox Ruella
Polygonatum Lontona
Rudbekia Sea Oats


Shrubs & Others
Angel trumpet Agaponthus Althea
* Azaleas Bridal Wreath Junipers
* Bottle Brush Boxwood Cleyera *
Gardenia
Indian Hawthorn Helleri Yaupon
Jap Yew P. Husporum Nondina


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Sport SIDELINE

SPoker Run: The Milton Chapter of the Gold Wing Road
Riders Association will host a poker run on April 4. The
first bike out will be at 9 a.m. and the last bike out will
be at 11 a.m. All bikes are welcome and the cost is $10
for each rider and $5 for the co-rider. The poker run will
start at the Santa Rosa County Offices Parking Lot be-
hind McDonalds with all proceeds going to Relay for
Life Cancer Research. Grand prize is motorcycle tires
donated by Pensacola Motorsports with plaques for
best hand, second best hand, and worst hand. For more
information call 623-1935. Rain date will be April 11.

Golf Tournament: The Pace Rotary Club will host their
10th Annual Golf Tournament on April 9 at Stonebrook
County Club. This four-person scramble will begin at 1 p.m.
with a shotgun start and registration begins at 11:30 a.m.
A fish fry dinner will be served after the tournament and
your registration includes cart and green fees, range balls
prior to start, soft drinks, water, two drink tickets, two mul-
ligans and one tee buster. Registration deadline is April 3
with the cost being $400 per team or $100 per individual.
For more information call 304-1823 or 255-9795.

Milton High School Lady Panthers Softball Pancake
Breakfast: The Lady Panthers Softball Pancake Breakfast
will be held on Saturday, April 11, 2009 at the Texas Road-
house in Milton. The cost of breakfast is $5.00. Breakfast
includes pancakes, sausage, juice or milk Breakfast will
be served from 7 AM 10 AM. If you would like to purchase
tickets or would like more information call Robin Vickers
at 850-393-7334. Please come by and support the Lady Pan-
thers Softball program.

East Milton Youth Association Cheerleading Registra-
tion: EMYA will hold Cheerleading Registration on April
18 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the East Milton Ball Park Board
Room
EMYA will have cheerleading registration for kids 5yrs
14yrs on Saturday, April 18, 2009 from 10am-2pm. Reg-
istration fee is $70: For more info call Jessica at 723-7493
or visit our web site at www.eastmiltonyouthsports.com.
We are in need of a coach for the 11/12 group. If you are
interested please call Jessica.

Pace Chamber Tournament: The 10t Annual Pace Area
Chamber Golf Tournament ill be April 24 at the Moors Golf
Club. The tournament will get underway at 1 p.m. for this
four-person, scramble. Sponsorships and tee-signs are
available as well. For more information contact the Pace
\Area Chamber.of Commerce at 994-9633.

Milton TPC: The Milton Triple Pro Classic three person
scramble will be April 24 through 26 at Tanglewood and
Stonebrook county clubs. The tournament is being held to
raise scholarship dollars and assist with the Milton High
Golf program. The cost for this event is $600 per team or
$200 per individual. Entry includes practice rounds at Tan-
glewood and Stonebrook, tee gifts, Friday social, Saturday
dinner and on course beverages. Entries are limited to the
first 88 teams. For more information or to register contact
Milton High School or go to www.miltontpc.com.

Lighting Football: The Pensacola Lightning Football
team is currently seeking local businesses and individu-
als to sponsor or provide a service. To be apart of the 2009
Pensacola Lightning Football team season, please contact
owners Bruce and Sue Hall at 712-1389 for sponsorship
package information.

S PSAAwards Banquet: The Pensacola Sports Association
\ will host its Annual Awards Banquet on Friday, April 3,2009
at New World Landing. The PSA will honor many athletes
\from a variety of sports. Athletes from high school, college,
the professional level, and the Olympics will be recognized
for their outstanding achievements during 2008.
You will get a KICK out of our honored guest speaker, Mr,
Ray Guy. Mr. Guy has had a distinguished career in foot-
ball. Guy was the only punter to be selected in the first
round of the NFL draft when the Oakland Raiders se-
lected him in 1973. An All-American at the University of
Southern Mississippi, he was a seven-time All-Pro player
with the Oakland Raiders. The Raiders won three Super
Bowl Championships during Guy's career.

Youth Wresting: The Milton youth wrestling season
has kicked off and the Milton Panther Takedown Club
Youth Wrestling Program for ages six and up with for-
mer Olympic Coach Rob Hermann every, Thursday at
Hobbs Middle School gym from 7-8:30 p.m. cost is $35.

Jay Pro Rodeo: The Seventh Annual Jay Pro Rodeo will
be April 24 and 25 at 8 p.m. in' the Ted May Arena in Jay,
Fla. Sign-ups are to be announced very soon for this event
which helps local group in the Jay area including the Relay
For Life fundraiser. For more information, contact Freder-
ick Barrow at 675-1646.

UWF Summer Hoops Camp: Shannan Bergen and her
staff are proud to present this year's team and individual
basketball camps. An individual day camp will be held for
girls entering 3rd -12th grades during the week of June 22-
26, 2009. In addition, Coach Bergen will be holding a camp
available for teams to participate in through the weekend
of June 26-28, 2009.
Included in camp costs are individualized offensive and
defensive skills training with UWF staff and players, along
with sessions to explain general rules of play. Campers
will participate in open recreation swimming and a pizza
party on Thursday. A camp t-shirt is provided, but campers
must either bring their own sack lunch or purchase lunch
at their own expense at the University Commons.
Flyers and registration forms can be found online at www.
GoArgos.com by visiting the women's basketball page or
camps link For more information on camps, contact UWF
assistant coach Laura Davis at (850)474-2589 or ldavis4@
uwf.edu.

Charity Golf Tourney: A Charity Golf Tourney to benefit
Habitat for Humanity will be held May 15 at Tiger Point
Golf Club. For more information on the tournament call
477-0388 or 477-0381. You can also e-mail chpgolf@gmail.
com for more information or registration forms.


Cowboy Challenge: The Dixie Darters Drill Team is pro-
ducing the first Dixie Cowboy Challenge on May 23 & 24
to be held at Coldwater Recreation Park. This event is
similar to the Extreme Cowboy Race as seen on RFD TV
Please see the details at www.sixiedartersdrillteam.com.
More activities can be found at www.srpressga-
zette.com. Look for the box called 'Things to Do'.
There you can check on activities by zip code or activity.
And you are also more than welcome to enter your. events
there as well.


Coast Guard Auxiliary to offer boaters safety class


Flotilla 1-8, "Guard-
ians of the Blackwater"
in Milton, will offer About
Boating Safety class at the
Milton Community Center
on Saturday, April 18, 2009.
This 8-hour class covers
basic legal requirements


for boaters, boating safety,
elements of boat handling,
as well as how to handle
some common boating
emergencies. There is an
examination at the end of
the class. A passing score
will make the boater eli-


gible for a State of Florida
Boating ID card, a require-
ment for boaters under 21
years of age to operate a
boat alonein state waters.
The class will begin at
9:00 AM on Saturday, April
18 in the Gracey Room


of the Milton Community
Center, 5629 Byrom Street
in Milton. The class costs
$30 per person, or $30 per
family (up to 4) sharing a
book. To register, or with
any questions, contact
John McKinley at 983-6953.


Fish & Wildlife REPORT


This report represents
some events the North-
west Region of the FWC
handled from March 20 to
March 26; however, it does
not include all actions
taken by the Division of
Law Enforcement.


Bay County
Officer Nick Price
checked a commercial
fishing vessel unload-
ing their catch and found
three' greater amberjack.
He asked the about the fish
and the captain admitted
that he knew the season
was closed. Appropriate
citations were issued.

Officer David Erdman
was on water patrol when
he observed a: personal
watercraft operating care-
lessly in an idle speed zone.
Officer Erdman stopped
the vessel and noticed
the operator was showing
signs of impairment. As a
result of field sobriety tasks
performed, the subject was
arrested for operating a
vessel while impaired. The
subject had a breath alco-
hol content of .123 and a
.116. The subjectwas taken
to the Bay County Jail.

Officer Neal Goss was
on land patrol when he
checked two men fishing
under a bridge. One of the
subjects had a warrant for
his arrest for failure to pay
a fine for possession of un-
dersize flounder. Officer
Goss informed the subject
and booked him into the
Bay County Jail.

Officers Neal Goss and
Nick Price were on water
patrol when they stopped a
vessel to conduct a fisher-
ies inspection. One of the
subjects was found to have
a warrant for his arrest out
of Georgia: Officer Goss
arrested the subject and
booked hini into the, Bay
County Jail.

Officer Nick Price was


Pensacola Bay
Thursday, April 2, 2009
1:47 AM CDT Moonset
3:57 AM CDT Low tide -0.51 Feet
6:36 AM CDT Sunrise
9:34 AM CDT 1st Quarter moon
12:06 PM CDT Moonrise
5:03 PM CDT High tide 1.59 Feet
7:08 PM CDT Sunset

Friday, April 3, 2009
2:37 AM CDT Moonset
4:52 AM CDT Low tide -0.48 Feet
6:35 AM CDT Sunrise
1:14 PM CDT Moonrise
6:20 PM CDT High tide 1.49 Feet
7:09 PM CDT Sunset

Saturday, April 4, 2009
3:21 AM CDT Moonset
5:33 AI CDT Low tide -0.34 Feet
6:34 AM CDT Sunrise
2:22 PM CDT Moonrise
7:09 PM CDT Sunset
7:39 PM CDT High tide 1.31 Feet

Sunday, April 5, 2009
3:59 AM CDT Moonset
5:58 AM CDT Low tide -0.10 Feet
6:32 AM CDT Sunrise
3:28 PM CDT Moonrise
7:10 PM CDT Sunset
9:08 PM CDT High tide 1.06 Feet

East Bay
Thursday, April 2, 2009
1:46 AM CDT Moonset
5:15 AM CDT Low tide -0.62 Feet
6:35 AM CDT Sunrise
9:34 AM CDT 1st Quarter moon
12:05 PM CDT Moonrise
5:48 PM CDT High tide 1.91,Feet
7:07 PM CDT Sunset


traveling west on High-
way 98 when he observed
a vehicle swaying from one
side of the lane to the oth-
er. Officer Price initiated
a traffic stop' and deter-
mined the operator to be
impaired. Field sobriety
tasks indicated signs of im-
pairment and the subject
was arrested and booked
into the Bay County Jail

Officer Joe Chambers
was conducting resource
inspections when he ob-
served in plain view a bag
ofcannabisin a fisherman's
vehicle. The fisher was
found to have an outstand-
ing warrant for failure to
appear on a previous can-
nabis possession charge.
The fisher was booked into
the Bay County Jail.

Bay County COPS
Officer Mike Nobles
taught the laws section of
the hunter safety program
in Panama City

Holmes County
Officers Jim Brooks
and Kathy Jackson lo-
cated an illegal net on the
Choctawhatchee River
near Wrights Creek. Offi-
cers Jackson, Larry Mor-
ris, Warren Walsingham
and John Standland set up
surveillance in various po-
sitions along the river. The
officers observed a subject
tending the net and appre-
hended him at Ward boat
ramp. Officer Jackson
seized the ninety foot net
as evidence and issued the
subject a citation.

Area officers worked
turkey hunting during the
-opening weekend in Hol-
mes County and reported
the hunting activity as
moderate with minimum
violations found.

Escambia County
Officer Keith Clark
checked a vessel near the
Navy Point boat ramp.


Upon inspection, the ves-
,sel occupants were found
to be in possession of eight
undersized Greater Am-
berjack. The operator of
the vessel was issued a no-
tice to appear citation for
the violation.

Escambia County Cops
Officers Andy Maltais
and Keith Clark spoke to
over 400 Naval Officers on
a variety of boating safety
topics. Officer Maltais
initiated, this talk after a
second serious boating ac-
cident occurred within a
year involving Navy flight
students.

Officer Andy Maltais
taught the. laws portion of
a hunter education class
at Woodam Middle School.
Twenty-four people at-
tended.

Okaloosq County
Officer Van Barrow
conducted surveillance
.in Laurel Hill on private
property that had been
baited with corn to attract
turkeys. Officer Barrow
observed numerous tur-
key decoys around the
bait and a hunter sitting a
short distance away using
a turkey call. The subject
was identified and issued
a citation for attempting to
take turkeys over bait.

Officer Steve Bartlett
observed an abandoned
vessel in the water near
Ben's Lake. A computer
check of the vessel's reg-
istration revealed it had
been stolen from' Sandes-
tin the night before. The
owner was contacted and
gladly took possession of
the recovered vessel.

Walton County
Officer Randall Brooks
was on patrol of private
property near the Holmes
County Walton County
line when he observed a
vehicle parked in the mid-


Tide REPORT

Friday, April 3, 2009
2:36 AM CDT Moonset
6:08 AM CDT Low tide -0.58 Feet
6:34 AM CDT Sunrise
1:13 PM CDT Moonrise
7:05 PM CDT High tide 1.79 Feet
7:08 PM CDT Sunset

Saturday, April 4, 2009
3:20 AM CDT Moonset
-6:32 AM CDT Sunrise
6:49 AM CDT Low tide -0.41 Feet
2:21 PM CDT Moonrise
7:08 PM CDT Sunset
8:24 PM CDT High tide 1.57 Feet

Sunday, April 5, 2009
3:57 AM CDT Moonset
6:31 AM CDT Sunrise
7:16 AM CDT Low tide -0.13 Feet
3:26 PM CDT Moonrise
7:09 PM CDT Sunset
9:53 PM CDT High tide 1.27 Feet

Blackwater River
Thursday, April 2, 2009
1:47 AM CDT Moonset
5:45 AM CDT Low tide -0.62 Feet
6:35 AM CDT Sunrise
9:34 AM CDT 1st Quarter moon
12:05 PM CDT Moonrise
6:44 PM CDT High tide 1.91 Feet
7:07 PM CDT Sunset

Friday, April 3, 2009
2:37 AM CDT Moonset
6:34 AM CDT Sunrise
6:38 AM CDT Low tide -0.58 Feet
1:13 PM CDT Moonrise
7:08 PM CDT Sunset
8:01 PM CDT High tide 1.79 Feet

Saturday, April 4, 2009
3:21 AM CDT Moonset
6:33 AM CDT Sunrise


die of a dirt road. Officer
Brooks exited his vehicle
to investigate and heard
people talking out in the
woods along with strange
noises that sounded like
chopping or digging. Upon
further investigation, Of-
ficer Brooks observed a
subject digging a hole and
pouring a liquid into it. As
the subject poured some-
thing into the hole he was
discussing fertilizer. Offi-
cer Brooks made himself
known to the subjects and
completed an officer safe-
ty check. He discovered a
small amount of what he
believed to be marijuana.
Officer Brooks read both
subjects their Miranda
warnings. Both subjects
admitted they intended
to grow marijuana, but at
this point had only poured
fertilizer into the hole to
saturate the ground. Of-
ficer Brooks searched the
hole and area but could
not locate any plants.
One subject was issued a
misdemeanor arrest, for
possession of cannabis
less than 20 grams and re-
leased. The seized contra-
band was taken to the Pen-
sacola office and entered
as evidence.

Franklin County
Officers Travis Hucke-
ba and John Allen were
dispatched to the west
side of Apalachicola Bay
to investigate the alleged
trespass and harvest of
oysters from leased oyster
bottom. It was discovered
that a firearm had been
pulled on the, harvesters
who had confronted the al-
leged trespasser / harvest-
er. The firearm wielding
harvester was arrested
and charged with aggra-
vated assault with a deadly
weapon. Another harvest-
er involved was arrested
on an open warrant filed
by Officer Chasen Yarbor-
ough earlier in the year for
possession of a firearm by
a convicted felon.


7:19 AM CDT Low tide -0.41 Feet
2:21 PM CDT Moonrise
7:09 PM CDT Sunset
9:20 PM CDT High tide 1.57 Feet

Sunday, April 5, 2009
3:58 AM CDT Moonset
6:32 AM CDT Sunrise
7:46 AM CDT Low tide -0.13 Feet
3:27 PM CDT Moonrise
7:09 PM CDT Sunset
10:49 PM CDT High tide 1.27 Feet

Navarre Beach
Thursday, April 2, 2009
1:31 AM CDT Low tide -0.44 Feet
1:46 AM CDT Moonset
6:35 AM CDT Sunrise
9:34 AM CDT 1st Quarter moon
12:05 PM CDT Moonrise
2:09 PM CDT High tide 1.50 Feet
7:07 PM CDT Sunset

Friday, April 3, 2009
2:28 AM CDT Low tide -0.35 Feet
2:36 AM CDT Moonset
6:33 AM CDT Sunrise
1:13 PM CDT Moonrise
3:30 PM CDT High tide 1.39 Feet
7:07 PM CDT Sunset

Saturday, April 4, 2009
3:19 AM CDT Moonset
3:19 AM CDT Low tide -0.19 Feet
6:32 AM CDT Sunrise
2:21 PM CDT Moonrise
5:07 PM CDT High tide 1.22 Feet
7:08 PM CDT Sunset

Sunday, April 5, 2009
3:54 AM CDT Low tide 0.03 Feet
3:57 AM CDT Moonset
6:31 AM CDT Sunrise
3:26 PM CDT Moonrise
7:09 PM CDT Sunset
7:34 PM CDT High tide 1.03 Feet


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Back-to-back homeruns power Argos past West Georgia


The University of West
Florida baseball team took
down Gulf South Conference
foe West Georgia 7-0 in a domi-
nant performance Sunday
afternoon. Argo's starter Kev-
in Johngon cruised through
the Wolves lineup, allowing
just two hits in the complete
game shutout. Jack Materne
and Blaine Ford added the of-
fensive firepower with back-to-
back homeruns in the sixth as
the Argos would go on to win
big:
The Argos offense got on
the board in the bottom half of
the fourth inning to go up 2-0.
Sophomore right fielder Greg
Pron singled sharply through
the left side to leadoff the in-
ning, and seniorthird baseman
Lee Huggins followed with a
single of his own, advancing
Pron to second. Jack Mater-
ne then doubled down the right
field line, scoring Pron for the
first run of the game. A sec-
ond run came in on a sacrifice
fly by junior designated hitter
Blaine Ford in the next at bat.
The Argos added three
more runs in the sixth on
back-to-back 'homeruns by
Materne and Ford. Huggins
walked to lead off the inning,
and Materne drove one down
the right field line for a two-
run shot. Ford followed with a
monstrous blast to right field,
giving UWF a 5-0 lead.
UWF rallied for two more
runs in the seventh, highlight-
ed by an RBI single by Materne
and an RBI ground rule double
by junior catcher Brenton Goe-
bel.
Argos starter Kevin Johnson
went the distance, tossing his
first complete game shutout of
the season. On the day John-
son only allowed three West
Georgia hitters to reach base,
surrendering a base hit in the
third and ninth innings while
walking one in the eighth.
Saturday, the Univer-
sity of West Florida baseball
team took the first game from
West Georgia 6-2 before fall-
ing to the 'Wolves 6-5 in the
nightcap. Game one starter
Jon Sintes held the Wolves to
just two runs on six hits in the


game one win to improve to 4-2
on the season. In the nightcap
the Argos took a commanding
two run lead into the top of the
seventh before succumbing to
a three run two out rally to give
the Wolves a come-from-behind


victory over the Argos.
In game one the Argos were
able to scratch a run across in
the bottom half of the first in-
ning to jump out to an early
lead. Lee Huggins delivered'
a two out RBI single into the


right center field gap to score
Kyle Brown from second for the
first run of the ballgame.
After posting a run in the
fourth to extend their lead
to two, the Argo's bats came
alive in the fifth for two more


runs. The middle of the Argos
lineup strung together three
singles, capped off by a two run
single by Brenton Goebel to
give the Argos a 4-0 advantage.
In the sixth, two more runs
would come home for the Argos
bringing their lead to 6-0.
The Wolves broke up the
shutout in the eighth inning
when they tacked on two runs
to make it 6-2 Argos. That
would be all runs the Argos
would allow as Blake Maher
came on for a perfect ninth to
shut the door.
In the nightcap the Argos
jumped out, to a quick 2-0 after
just two innings on RBI base
hits from Jack Materne and
Brandon Brewer
The Wolves fought back and
tacked on a run in the third
before taking a 3-2 lead in
the fourth. Down by one, the
Wolves' Eric Melton poked a
sacrifice fly to center to tie the
game up at two. Next batter
B.J. Smith then knocked a base
hit to left to give them the lead
for the first time all afternoon.
The Argos responded right
back in the fifth with two runs
of their own to retake the lead.
Materne drove in the game ty-
ing run from third on a sacri-
fice fly to right field to knot the
game up at three. Next batter
SBlaine Ford came up with two
down and blasted a mammoth
homerun over the scoreboard
in right field to give the Argos
a 4-3 lead.
The Argos added an insur-
ance run in the sixth to make
it 5-3 heading into the final in-
ning.
Trailing by two and down to
their last out in the top half of
the seventh, the Wolves mount-
ed a two out rally to take the
lead for good. Argos' reliever
John church would surrender
two singles and a walk along
with some defensive miscues
in the field that would cost the
Argos the game.
The Argos improve to 23-
15 on the season while West
Georgia falls to 10-20. The Ar-
gos will hit the road this week
to take on North Georgia in a
mid-week series that started
last night in Dahlonega, Ga.


Seasons change today in Florida


The recreational harvest of gag grouper in
all Gulf of Mexico waters off Florida reopens
on April 1 after a two-month closure.
This closure helps reduce the harvest and
rebuild the population of gag grouper in the
Gulf.
During the open season, recreational an-
glers may keep 2 gag grouper within the 5-
grouper aggregate daily limit in all Gulfwa-
ters off Florida except Monroe County state
waters. There is a 2-fish limit on gag and black
grouper, either individually or in combination,
within the 5-grouper aggregate daily limit in
all Atlantic Ocean waters off Florida and in
Monroe County state waters.
The minimum size limit for gag grouper


in all Gulf waters off Florida except Monroe
County state waters is 22 inches total length.
The minimum size limit for gag grouper in
all Atlantic Ocean waters off Florida and in
Monroe County state waters is 24 inches total
length.
More information on grouper management
is available online at MyFWC.com/RULESAN-
DREGS/Saltwater_Regulations_Grouper.htm.
The recreational and commercial harvest
season for spiny lobster in Florida waters
closes April 1. The regulate season will reopen
Aug. 6.
The special 2-day sport season for recre-
ational harvesters of spiny lobster will occur
on July 29 and 30 this year.


Pelicans announce suite


Be careful of alligators this timeof year re-design contest promotion


Spring is when Florida's alligators start
getting active, and the Florida Fish and Wild-
life Conservation Commission (FWC) is urg-
ing Floridians and visitors to be cautious when
having fun in and around water.
Alligators abound in all 67 counties and
have shared marshes, swamps, rivers and
lakes with people for centuries. But, because
more individuals are seeking waterfront prop-
erty and water-related activities increase dur-
ing the warm months, people should be alert
when they are in areas where alligators could
be present.
State law prohibits the harassing of alliga-
tors, and it is against the law to feed them.
The FWC recommends supervising chil-
dren closely when they are playing in or
around water.
There are other precautionary measures
people should take to reduce potential con-
flicts with alligators, and they. are available in
the "Living with Alligators" brochure at My-
FWC.com/gators.
The FWC annually receives more than
16,000 alligator-related complaints. The agen-
cy removes about 8,500 alligators each year
when the reptiles present potential danger to
people or property.


If you encounter an alligator that
poses a threat to you, your pets
or your property, and the alligator
is more than 4 feet long, call the
FWC's toll-free Nuisance Alligator.
Hotline at 866-FWC-GATOR (392-
4286). The telephone number is
the primary contact for all alligator
complaints and is available to
customers 24 hours a day.

According to the FWC, if you encounter an
alligator that poses a threat to you, your pets or
your property, and the alligator is more' than 4
feet long, call the FWC's toll-free Nuisance Al-
ligator Hotline at 866-FWC-GATOR (392-4286).
The telephone number is the primary contact
for all alligator complaints and is available to
customers 24 hours a day.
Alligators are an important part of Flori-
da's heritage and play a valuable role in the
ecosystems where they live. For more infor-
mation on alligator behavior, go to MyFWC.
com/gators.


Winning re-design wins
catered suite rental

To prepare for Opening Day on
May 14, the Pensacola Pelicans
are doing some spring cleaning
at Pelican Park and want to have
a little fun at the same time. The
team is pleased to announce the
Pelicans Suite Re-Design Con-
test and is looking for some han-
dy creative fans.
The Pelicans will be selecting
three registrants to each re-de-
sign a beach suite located down
the right field line at Pelican Park.
Teams will have a $300 budget to
stay within for the re-design and
will be fully reimbursed from the
Pelicans once receipts are turned
in. The suites are air-conditioned
rooms complete with furniture,
decoration, honor bar, TV, DVD
player, and a front wooden patio.
Fans will have until April 10
to register for the. contest at
www.pensacolapelicans.com.
On April 15, the Pelicans will an-


nounce the three chosen design
teams to compete in the promo-
tion. The teams will then have
several weeks to view the suites,
determine their re-design, and
purchase their supplies and dec-
oration. The teams will have one
week, May 4-8, to complete their
re-design in order to be ready by
Opening Day.
A judging panel made up of
sponsors, fans, media, and sea-
son ticket holders will then vote
on the suites to determine a win-
ner. The winning suite re-design
will be announced May 20, after
the Pelicans first home stand
against the Shreveport-Bossier
Captains.
The winning suite design team
will win a free catered suite night
to a Pelicans Sunday through
Wednesday game valued at over
$600.
Anyone interested in being
one of the designers can register
on-line at www.pensacolapeli-
cans.com or call 850-934-8444 for
more information.
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THE HISTORY OF


By BILL GAMBLING
bgam1)bin@srpi.ressgazette.com

ow many grits can you eat?
Well some individuals in Santa Rosa County are


going to


give it their best shot


on Sunday at the Grit Eating Contest.
Three-quarters of the grits sold in the United States are sold in "the-South" stretching
from Texas to Virginia.
Ironically, this is known as the 'Grit Belt."
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A special food known to a spe-i
S, cific food known to the region like
Texas has Tex-Mex, New York and
Chicago have their own version of
pizzas, the cheese steak of Philly,
and others..
Ironically to some grits is a
version of sold food with additives
ranging from salt and' butter to
meats, cheese, vegetables, sugar,
and even gravy.
But what are these items some
like to have for breakfast or as a
side dish for fish here in the Flori-
Sda paiihandle..
Grits is a Native American
corn-based food common in the
Southern United States, consist-
ing of coarsely ground corn.
Grits can also be made from
wheat.
Similar to other thick maize-
based porridges from around the
world such as polenta, grits have
a resemblance to farina, a thinner
porridge. Grits can be served hot


or cold and as a. base for a multi-
tude of dishes ftom :breakfast to
dessert, depending on the addi-
lives. Additives can range from
salt and butter, meats, cheese,
Vegetables, and sugar.
Hominy grits is grits made from
nixtamalized corn, or hominy.
Its roots even go back as far as
the Creek Indians who inhabited
the area and referred to them as
sofkee or sofkey.
Traditionally the corn for grits
is ground by a stone mill. The re-
sults are passed through screens,
with the finer part being corn
Smeal, and the coarser being grits.
Many communities in the U.S.
.used a gristnill up until the mid-
20th century, with families bring-
ing their own corn to be ground,
and the miller retaining a portion
of the corn for his fee.
In South Carolina, state law re-
quires grits and corn meal to be
enriched, similar to the require-


ments for flour, unless the grits
are ground from corn where the
miller keeps part of the product
for his fee.
The state of Georgia declared
grits its official prepared food in
2002. Similar bills have been intro-
duced in South Carolina, with one
declaring, "Whereas, throughout
its history, the South has relished
its grits, making them a symbol of
its diet, its customs, its humour,
and its hospitality, and whereas,
every .community in the State
of South Carolina used to be the
site of a grits mill and every lo-
cal economy in the State used to
be dependent on its product; and
whereas, grits has been a part of
the life of every South Carolinian
of whatever race, background,
gender, and income; and where-
as, grits could very well play a
vital role in the future of not only
this State, but also the world",
if as Charleston's The Post and


Courier proclaimed in 1952, "An
inexpensive, simple, and thor-
oughly digestible food, [grits]
should be made popular through-
out the world. Given enough of it,
the inhabitants of planet Earth
would have nothing to fight about.
A man full of [grits] is a man of :
peace:"
:As far as Sunday's competition
is concerned the only thing the
Press Gazette can confirm at this
time is you cannot use your hands
in eating the grits. The other rules
-were not available at press time.
Yellow grits include the whole
kernel, while white, grits use
hulled kernels. Grits are prepared
by simply boiling the ground ker-
nels into a porridge; normally it is
boiled until enough water evapo-
rates to leave it semi-solid.
A staple of life in the south is
not something many relish in
laughter as try to still understand
what a grit is.


TUESDAY, MARCH 31
GAME HYPE Guitar Hero RoUnd 1
Pyramid Choir 5:30 p.m. on Main Stage
Exceptional Riders Roundup 7 p.m. in Arenha
WEDNESDAY, APRIL 1
GAME HYPE Guitar Herb Round 2
Karaoke Night / Open Mic 6 p.m. on
Main Stagel -
THURSDAY, APRIL 2
GAME HYPE Guitar Hero Round 3
Anna Garrott,- 6 p.m. on Main Stage


FAIR ENTERTAINMENT SCHEDULE
Jason Michael Carroll 7 p.m. on Main Stage
NBHA Open 4-D Barrel Race in Arena at
7 p.m.
FRIDAY, APRIL 3
GAME HYPE Guitar Hero Finals
Jourdan Pace 6 p.m. on Main Stage
Guitar Hero Finals 7 p.m. on Main Stage
Rusty Whitfield 8 p.m. on Main Stage
Milton Dodge Rodeo 8 p.m. in Arena
SATURDAY, APRIL 4
Santa Rosa County Fair Car Show


Santa Rosa County Fair 4-D Barrel Race
- noon in Arena
Pirate Look Alike And Legs Contest 6 p.m.
on Main Stage
Vince Vance and the Valiants 8 p.m. on
Main Stage
Milton Dodge Rodeo 8 p.m. in Arena
SUNDAY, APRIL 5
Cheese Grits Eating Contest 1:30 p.m. on
Main Stage
Awards Presentation 3 p.m. on Main
Stage


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Wednesday, April 1, 2009


News BRIEFS


Babb family invites
others to reunion
The families of William
V Babb and Ruth Bray
Babb would like to invite
anyone that is related to
either side of the family
to join them in Defuniak
Springs, Fl on May 23,2009
from 9:00 a.m. until 5:00
p.m. For more information
please contact either: Billy
J. Babb ph 636-357-8875 or
email babb@upci.org or
Eugene Babb ph 337-513-
2189 or email ebabb@cppj.
net

Flower festival free
to the public
The 12th annual Emer-
ald Coast Flower & Garden
Festival features acres of
blooms, indigenous and
exotic plants, citrus trees,
garden art and accesso-
ries.
The free event is noon
to 4 p.m. Friday, April 3;
7 a.m. to 4 p.m., Saturday,
April 4; and noon to 4 p.m.
Sunday, April 5, at the


beautiful Pensacola Junior
College Milton campus.
The festival presents
commercial plant vendors,
exhibits and plant sales by
area garden clubs, local
chapters of national plant
societies and organiza-
tions, arts and crafts and
tours of the campus gar-
dens.
The festival is co-hosted
by The Friends of the Gar-
dens of Northwest Florida
Inc., PJC and the Univer-
sity of Florida at the Mil-
ton campus, 5988 Highway
90 West. For more informa-
tion, contact Dawn Loyed
at 484-4436, dloyed@pjc.
edu; or Gina Jogan at 850-
587-2621, gvjogan@pan-
handle.rr.com

Event offers low
fees to adopt pets
Santa Rosa County
Animal Services with spon-
sors Mediacon), Soft Rock
94.1 and WXBM 102.7 will
hold its 5th annual adopt-
a-thon on Saturday, April
18 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at


the shelter located at 4451
Pine Forest Road in Mil-
ton. For this special event,
the adoption fee is $15 for
cats and $20 for dogs with
a spay/neuter voucher pro-
vided at no cost for any un-
altered animal. Attendees
who wish to adopt a new pet
and currently have pets at
home should bring proof of
rabies vaccination for each
animal. Pets on leashes are
welcome to attend.
Free food, local rescue
organizations, vendors,
children's activities, con-
tests and drawings will be
offered during the adopt-a-
thon including:
*Easter egg hunt
*Santa Rosa County
Sheriffs Department K-9
demonstrations
*Fire Safety prevention
with Smokey Bear
*Horse demonstration
and photos provided by the
Santa Rosa County Horse
Assistance Council
For more information
call Santa Rosa County
Animal Services at (850)
983-4680.


Sheriff's Office to
hold rummage sale
It's big...it's purple...
it's here! The Santa Rosa
County Sheriff's Office will
hold a "Rummage Sale"
on Saturday, April 4 from 7
a.m. to 2 p.m. All proceeds
from this sale will benefit
the American Cancer So-
ciety "Relay for Life." The
sale will be held at the Santa
Rosa County Auditorium, lo-
cated near Avalon Blvd. and
Highway 90, off of Spikes
Way. There will be furniture,
clothing, kids toys and home
decor items sold at a very
reasonable prices. Bring the
whole family and support a
very worthy cause.

Executive Session
planned in Milton
City of Milton's City
Council will meet in Exec-
utive Session on Monday,
April 6, 2009, at 4 p.m. in
Council Chambers of City
Hall, 6738 Dixon Street.
All meetings are open to
the public. For further in-


formation on the meeting,
contact the City Manager's
Office at 983-5411.

Democrats to hold
monthly yard sale
The Santa Rosa County
Democrats 'monthly yard
sale will be Saturday, April
4, April 4 from 8 to 2 p.m. at
5746 Stewart Street, Milton.
Items for sale will include
toys, stuffed animals, books,
kitchen items, glassware,
tools and many miscella-
neous items. Also furniture
and garden equipment
will be available. For more
information on delivery
of items for donation, call
DEC headquarters, 10 a.m.
to 2 p.m. Monday, Wednes-
day, or Friday at 623-2345.
Also you may contact Har-
old Webb at 572-6029, Mon-
day through Friday.

Relay For Life calling
for participants
The Milton Relay For
Life is only weeks away!
Teams of volunteers have


been gearing up for what
promises to be another ex-
citing event! Great camp-
sites are still available so
encourage your family,
friends, church, organiza-
tion and co-workers to join
forces and register a team
for this annual fundraiser!
Forty-four teams have al-
ready registered for the
May 1 and 2 event to be held
at PJC Milton Campus. This
year, Milton will celebrate
it's 15th year of Relaying
with special anniversary
events to includes games,
fun times, entertainment,
displays and participant
recognition. Join our Re-
lay family for an overnight
adventure and discover the
magic of Relay. Everyone
loves to Relay; join us and
find out why. For a brief
20 minute presentation to
find out how you can form a
team, contact Joann Hardy,
Team Development Chair,
at 529-0399 or hardyj@mail.
santarosa.kl2.fl.us or Pam
Webb, Event Chair at 393-
2049 or pam.webb@ymail.
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Local


Santa Rosa's Press Gazette I B3


Special to the Press Gazette
Darrell and Debbie
Wilkinson are pleased
to announce the engage-
ment of their son, Clay,
to Amanda Jenkins.
Amanda is the daughter
of Dale and Fred Ray of
Danville, Alabama. She
and Clay both reside in


Decatur, Alabama.
The wedding is
planned for May 16th.
The ceremony will take
place on the beach be-
hind the Islander Con-
dominiums in Ft. Walton
Beach, Florida at 6:30
p.m. A reception will fol-
low. All friends are invit-
ed to attend.


Emerald Coast Flower and Garden

SFestival will be held this Friday


The 12th annual Emer-
ald Coast Flower & Gar-
den Festival features acres
of blooms, indigenous and
exotic plants, citrus trees,
garden art and accesso-
ries,
The free event is noon
to 5 p.m. Friday, April 3;
10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday,
April 4; and 10 a.m. to 4
p.m. Sunday, April 5, at the
beautiful Pensacola Junior
College Milton campus.
The festival presents
commercial plant vendors,
exhibits and plant sales by
area garden clubs, local


chapters of national plant
societies and organiza-
tions, arts and crafts and
tours of the campus gar-.
dens.
The festival is co-hosted
by The Friends of the Gar-
dens of Northwest Florida
Inc., PJC and the Univer-
sity of Florida at the Milton
campus, 5988 Highway 90
West.
For more information,
contact Dawn Loyed at
484-4436, dloyed@pjc.edu;
or Gina Jogan at 850-587-
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will host its first Membership Drive
on Thursday, April 9 at Oops Alley,
3721 Hwy 90, Pace. The event will be
held from 6 to 9 p.m. and admission
is free to current and prospective
members. Music, appetizers and
door prizes will be provided.
SRYP was initiated in January
2009 as a group designed to engage
up and coming leaders in the area
by providing them opportunities for
professional development, service
to the community and social/net-


membership drive
working activities. Membership is online membership directory and
open to any young professional 21 more!
years of age and older who works, A kick-off celebration is sched-
lives or does business in Santa uled for Friday, April 24 starting at
Rosa County. Throughout the year, 6 p.m. at Cocodries, 8649 Gulf Bou-
SRYP members are eligible and levard, Navarre. Join SRYP mem-
encouraged to participate in mul- bers at the free fun-filled event for
tiple events including: networking live entertainment, refreshments,
socials, volunteer opportunities networking, door prizes and much
and an annual banquet. The cost more!
of membership is only $75. Ben- For additional information on
efits include admission to SRYP the Santa Rosa Young Profession-
sponsored events at no cost or at als, contact Jayer Williamson at
a reduced rate, a SRYP t-shirt, an 850-418-3376 or at info@sryp.org.


Get Outdoors Florida! special event in April


Gov. Charlie Crist and his Cabi-
net signed a resolution today en-
couraging families to Get Outdoors
Florida! The resolution recogniz-
es the Children's Outdoor Bill of
Rights and promotes Get Outdoors
Florida! activities April 4-5 and
throughout the year.
When introducing the resolution
Commissioner Charlie Bronson
said, "Spending time outdoors is a
healthy and emotionally satisfying
experience for people of all ages,
and is especially beneficial for our
children, and allows them an enjoy-
able way to get physical exercise,
enhance mental and social develop-
ment and gain an appreciation for
Florida's great array of natural ar-
eas and diverse wildlife."
Following the signing, a group
of children were invited to an out-
doors play station set up at Cas-


cades Park near the Korean Memo-
rial Park in downtown Tallahassee
to participate in several nature-re-
lated activities hosted by the Get
Outdoors Florida! coalition to dem-
onstrate how outdoor activities can
stimulate children's imaginations
and spirits www.getoutdoorsflordia.
com.
Research shows the detrimen-
tal effects of reduced, unstructured
outside play the reality for many
youths in today's world. The nega-
tive side effects include obesity, At-
tention Deficit Disorder, impaired
social skills and higher stress levels
www.childrenandnature.org. Be-
cause an array of social and medical
issues are linked to society's nature
deficit, Get Outdoors Florida! ambi-
tiously aspires to be a champion of
families, particularly children, en-
joying the outdoors.


The Get Outdoors Florida! coali-
tion is a partnership of land man-
agers, government agencies, chil-
dren's advocates, health care pro-
fessionals, public interest groups
and other individuals ,formed in
2008. The group strives to engage
families in outdoor experiences that
will help them achieve healthier
lifestyles and gain an appreciation
of Florida's natural resources.
The Florida Children's Outdoor
Bill of Rights proclaims that each
Florida child has the right to enjoy
specific nature-based activities,
such as swimming in a healthy lake,
climbing a tree, catching a fish or
camping out under the stars.
For more information, to become
a partner, make a donation or to find
ideas for outdoor activities, visit the
Get Outdoors Florida! Web site at:
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Wednesday, April 1, 2009


Sheriff's REPORT


The following are felo-
nies listed from March 10
to March 16, 2009
Day, Chad Robert;
Male; 38; 8819 Burning
Tree Rd, Pensacola; DUI.
3/10/09
Caudill. Carolyn Mc-
Connell; Female;. 46; 203
Navarre St, Gulf Breeze;
Probation Violation-Felo-
ny. 3/11/09
Williamson, Keegan
James; Male; 24; 1970 Sun-
rise -Dr., Navarre; DUI.
3/10/09
McClure, Skyline Ray-
mone; Male; 21; 205 Ses-
sions St.; Asslt-Intent
Threat to do Violence (do-
mestic violence), Battery-


2nd or Subseq Off. 3/11/09
Messinger. Marshall
Michael James; Male; 19;
6753 Valerie Ln, Navarre;
Flee/Elude Police-Fail to
Obey LEO Order to Stop.
3/11/09
Miller, Christopher
Brandon; Male; 19; 5108
Seagull Dr., Pace; Marijua-
na Possess With Intent to
Sell Mfg or Deliver Sched-
ule I, Possess Marijuana
Over 20 Grams, Narcotic
Equip-Possess And Or Use
(3 cts.). 3/11/09 /
Want, Robert Clair;
Male; 42; 304 N. Eglin;
Eglin AFB; Sex Asslt-By
18 YOA Older Sex Battery
Vict Under 12 YOA (4 cts.),


(domestic violence), Ob-
scene Material-Sell To Mi-
nor. 3/11/09
Gilbert, Lori Renae;
Female; 38; 1251 Easthill
Ct, Mobile; Fraud-Insuf
mnds Check Make Utter
Issue $150 or Over. 3/11/09
Mitchell, Alan Eric;
Male; 17; 4323 Lindsey Ln,
Pace; Larc-Theft is $300
or More But Less Than
$5,000, Probation Viola-
tion-Felony, Marijuana
Possess With Intent to Sell
MFG or Deliver Schedule
I, Possess Marijuana Over
20 Grams, Narcotic Equip-
Possess And or Use (3
cts.). 3/11/09
Hixon, Christopher


Kyle; Male; 29; 5224 Catali-
na St., Milton; DUI Alcohol
or Drugs 2nd Off. 3/11/09
Enfinger, Joshua
Wayne; Male; 19; 6436 Ap-
paloosa Ave., Milton; DUI.
3/11/09
Prodajko, John Peter;
Male; 46; 6415 Ashborough
Ct., Milton; DUI. 3/11/09
Franks, Brandon Mi-
chael; Male; 19; 4453 Pine
Villa Cir, Pace; Robbery-Re-
sid Home Invasion W/Fire-
arm Other Deadly Weapon.
3/12/09
Bennett, Krystal Lo-
raine; Female; 17;. 7171
Admiral Halsey Ct., Mil-
ton; Possess of Weapon
on School Property, Mari-
juana Possess Not More
Than 20 Grams, Narcotic
Equip-Possess And Or Use.
3/12/09
Nason, Corey Michael;
Male; 18; 6079 Hialeah St.,
Pace; Failure to Appear for
Felony Offense. 3/12/09
O'Hallaren, Bernard
James; Male; 47; 345 N.
LaSalle Street, Chicago,
IL; Drive While Lic Susp
1st Off, Fraud-Swindle De-
fraud Innkeeper $300 or
More. 3/12/09
Rutherford, James Al-
exander; Male; 20; 6863 Stir-
rup Ln, Milton; Probation
Violation-Felony. 3/12/09
Wilson, Brandon Lee;
Male; 21; 2818 Helen St.,
Pensacola; Fraud-Ille-
gal Use of Credit Cards.
3/12/09
Pearson, Allie Jean; Fe-
male; 24; 3348 Lowery Dr.,
Navarre; Larc-Petit 1st Off,
Drugs-Possess Cntrl Sub
W/O Prescription. 3/12/09
Alcorn, Trisha Lynn;
Female; 23; 3700 Estil Dr.
Pace; Probation Violation-
Felony. 3/13/09
Barry, Joseph Thomas;
Male; 17; Burgl Unoccu-
pied Conveyance Unarmed
(7 cts.), Larc-Petit 1st Off
(5 cts.), Larc-Theft is $300
or More But Less Than $5,
Larc-Petit 1st degree Prop-
erty $100 to Under $300.
3/13/09


Boderek Mark Alan;
Male; 44; 602 Rosedale Ave,
La Marque, TX; Probation
Violation-Felony. 3/13/09
Cotton, Donna D'Lynn;
Female; 49; 5849 Hermit-
age Circle, Milton; Drugs-
Possess Cntrl Sub W/O
Prescription. 3/13/09
Cruz, Joshua James;
Male; 20; 2159 Punham Ct.,
Navarre; Escape. 3/13/09
Downey, Lawrence Clif-
ford; Male; 6220 Fox Chase
Ct., Milton; Drive While Lic
Susp 1st Off, Sex Offender
Violations Fail to Com-
ply with Registration Law.
3/15/09
Fields, Amy Nicole; Fe-
male; 25; 5072 Ridgeway
Blvd, Milton; DUI, Cru-
elty Toward Child At That
Could Result in Physi-
cal Mental Injury (2 cts.).
3/14/09
Herron, William Har-
vey; Male; 52; 6807 Sage-
brush Lane, Milton; Pos-
sess Cocaine. 3/13/09
Lambeth, Timothy
John; Male; 18; 6730 Amos
St, Milton; Probation Viola-
tion-Felony.
LoweryII, Douglas Har-
old; Male; 29; 3400 Robinson
Pt. Rd, Milton; Contempt of
Court Viol Injunct Domest
Viol Poss Firearm/Ammo
(2 cts.), Possess of Weapon
Or Ammo By Convicted Fla
Felon (2 cts.), Burlg Dwell-
ing Structure or Convey-
ance Armed (2 cts.), Larc-
Grand of Firearm (2 cts.),
Dealing in Stolen Property
(2 cts.). 3/14/09
Thele, Kenneth
Dwayne; male; 23; 6386
Sandy Ln, Milton; Drive
While Lic Susp Habitual
Offender. 3/15/09
Wilder, Kathy Dalores;
Female; 45; 4570 Jernigan
Rd, Pace; Possess Cocaine,
Drugs-Possess Cntrl Sub
W/O Prescription, Smuggle
Contraband Introduce Into
Detention Facility. 3/14/09
Jennings, Cynthia Gay;
Female; 51; 6540 Hunter
St., Milton; Fraud. 3/09
Thomas, Heather Lynn;
Female; 30; 5008 .Faircloth
St., Pace; Aggrav Battery-
Person Uses a Deadly
Weapon (domestic vio-
lence). 3/14/09
Casey, Timothy James;
Male; 26; 6199 Ashton


Woods Circle, Milton; Pro-
bation Violation-Felony.
3/09
Barker, Kevin Timo-
thy; Male; 33; 1861 Pelican
Ln. Navarre; Possess of
Weapon or Ammo by Con-
victed Fla Felon, Marijua-
na Possess Over 20 Grams.
3/14/09
Condon, Joshua David;
Male; 31; 3915 India Cv,
Gulf Breeze; Synth Nar-
cotic-Possess Wit Sell Mfg
or Deliver Schedule I or II,
Drugs Possess Cntrl Sub
W/O Prescription. 3/13/09
Galbraith, Richard Da-
vid; Male; 53; 4332 W Aveni-
da De Golf, pace; Probation
Violation-Felony. 3/13/09
Milstead, RogerWesley;
Male; 17; 13149 Hwy. 87 N.
Jay; Burglary Unoccupied
Structure Unarmed, Larc-
Theft is $300 or More But
Less Than $5,000. 3/13/09
Plant. Johnny O'Neal;
Male; 38;; 6965 Wallace Dr.,
Pace; Drive While Lic Susp
3rd or Subs Off. 3/13/09
Quimbv, Randall Co-
rey; Male; 25; 4211 Cherry
Laurel Dr., Pensacola;
DUI, Drugs-Possess Cntrl
Sub W/O Prescription,
Possess Cocaine, Narcotic
Equip-Possess And or Use
(3 cts.). 3/13/09
Baughman, Bret Alan;
Male; 18; 160 Literal Road,
Crestview; DUI. 3/14/09 -
Beard. William Mark;
Male; 56; 1420 Tiger Lake
Dr., Gulf Breeze; DUI Al-
cohol or Drugs 2nd Off.
3/14/09
Coyne, Robert Mat-
thew; Male; 24; 1408 Wood-
field Dr., Cantonment;
DUI, Refuse to Submit to
DUI Test. 3/13/09
Hoagland, Kevin Rich-
ard; Male; 29; 3209 Ralston
Road, Mobile; DUI. 3/14/09
Rogers, Scott Keith;
Male; 34; 5865 Three Notch
Trail, Milton; DUI. 3/15/09
Ziglioli, Zachary Ryan;
Male; 18; 1318 Harrison
Ave., Gulf Breeze; DUI.
3/13/09
Johnson, Jr., Josh Nel-
son; Male; 33; 7307 Ken-
nedy Ln, Milton; Probatioin
Violation-Felony. 3/16/09
Whigum, Marvin La-
mar; Male; 34; 9 Villa Dr.,
Pensacola; Probation Vio-
lation-Felony. 3/16/09


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When you need convenient care that's close to
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17. In a way, looked
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WENDELL HALL,
SHERIFF OF SANTA
ROSA COUNTY, FLOR-
IDA


COUNTY, FLORIDA NOTICE is hereby By: /s/ Deputy James
JUVENILE DIVISION given pursuant to a Chessher
CASE NO. WRIT OF EXECUTION James Chessher
99-DEP-315 issued in the County Deputy Sheriff
Court of Pasco County,
IN THE INTEREST OF: Florida, on the 4th day IF YOU HAVE A DISA-
of August, 2008, in the BILITY REQUIRING
H. W. B. 11/30/1997 cause wherein SPECIAL ACCOMMO-
WORLDWIDE ASSET NATIONS OR TO AR-
MINOR CHILD PURCHASING LLC RANGE TO VIEW THE
a/a/o BARNETT RE- PROPERTY, PLEASE
TO: Sandra Michelle COVER CORPORA- CONTACT JANICE
Olsen TION was plaintiff and PLATT (850) 983-1281
JEFF MILOWITZ. aka AT LEAST SEVEN (7)
Mother of: H. W. B., a JEFFREY MILOWITZ DAYS PRIOR TO THE
minor child was defendant, being SALE DATE.
DOB: 11/30/1997 Case No. 93-116-SP
WS in said court, I, 032509
YOU ARE HEREBY NO- Wendell Hall; As Sheriff 040109
TIFIED that a\Petition of Santa Rosa County, 040809
under oath has been Florida, have levied 041509
filed in the above styled upon all the right, title, 3/420
Court for the termina- and interest of the
tion of parental rights of plaintiff, JEFF
H. W. B., a female ILOWITZ aka JEF- Leg3/423
child, born in Santa FREY MILOWITZ in and Lega 3/
Rosa County, Florida, to the following de- IN THE CIRCUIT
by the Department of scribed personal prop- COURT FOR SANTA
Children and Family etytowit: ROSA COUNTY
SeNvices, for subse- "OS COU
quent adoption, and DESCRIPTION OF FLORIDA PROBATE
you are hereby com- PROPERTF DIVISION
manded to be and ap- File No.: 57-2009-CP-
pear before the Honor- BLUE 2003 DODGE 0046
able Marci L. Good- GRAND CARAVAN ES Division:
man, Judge of the Cir- SPORTVAN
cult Court in and for VIN #: .2D8GP54L53R IN RE: ESTATE OF
Santa Rosa County, 201691 ,v* .,nN.,
. I rvnFT GANNO


Florida, at the Santa
Rosa County Court-
house, 6865 Caroline
Street, Milton, FL
32570, on the 16th day
of April, 2009 at 9:00
a.m. You must either
appear on the date and
at the time specified or
send a written re-
sponse to the Court
prior to that time.
YOUR FAILURE TO AP-
PEAR OR RESPOND
SHALL BE TREATED
AS A CONSENT TO
TERMINATION OF PA-
RENTAL RIGHTS AND
YOU SHALL PERMA-
NENTLY LOSE ALL LE-
GAL RIGHTS AS A
PARENT TO THE
CHILD NAMED IN THE
PETITION FOR TERMI-
NATION OF PAREN-
TAL RIGHTS.
WITNESS my hand as
the Clerk of said Court
and the Seal thereof,
this 2 day of March,
'2009.
CLERK OF COURT
SANTA ROSA
COUNTY FLORIDA '
CIRCUIT COURT
SEAL
By: Nicki Norton
Deputy Clerk
031109
031809
032509
040109
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39. Breed of sheep
40. Auspices
44. Gets up,
45. Helper
47. Donate income regularly
48. Goldman Investment
Bank
50. A citizen of Thailand
51. Transient cessation of
respiration
56. Old world, new
57. Witherspoon movie
62. Dolefully
63. Emblem or insignia


30. Go quickly
31. Truths
32. Orthodox Anabaptist sect
33. Actress Zellweger
36. Consecutive
37. Distress signal
38. A very large body of water
39. Free of gloss
41. World data organization,
(abbr.)
42. Actress Lupino
43. S.C. was first to do this
46. 1st president of So. Korea
49. Atomic #21
51. Every
52.'Double over (cloth)
53. Empire state
54. Outward flow of the tide
55. Wing of an insect
58. 4th state (abbr.)
59. Not B.C.
60. Overdose
61. Dog Whisperer channel


CLYDE
JACKSON


I shall offer this prop- """".
erty for-sale, at east Deceased.
front door of the Santa
Rosa Criminal Justice NOC TO
Facility, 5755'East Mil- NOTICE TO CREDI-
ton Rd, Milton; Florida, I-BL
Santa Rosa County,Th administration of
Florida, at the hour of the ad strato oClyde
10:00 a.m. on the 28TH the estate of Clyde
day of APRIL, 2009 or Gannoh Jackson, de-
as soon thereafter as ceased, whose date of
possible. I will offer for death was October 29,
sale all. the said 2008,'is pending in the
defendant's, JEFF Circuit Court for Santa
MILOWeTZ aka JEF- Rosa County, Florida,
FREYMILOWITZ aka JEF-rightProbate. Division,, the

aforesaid personal t Post Office Box 472,
afpropertyesat public auc- Milton, Florida 32572
property, at public auc- T"" names and ad-
tion and will sell the The names and ad-
same, subject to dresses of the personal
taxes, all prior liens, representative and the
encumbrances and personal representa-
judgments, if any to tive's attorney are set
the highest and best forth below.
tbider f C ASHd btAll creditors.of the de-
bidder for CASH IN cedent and other per-
HAND. The proceeds cement and other per-
to be applied as far as sons having claims or
may be to the payment demands against
of costs and the satis decedent's estate on
faction of the above de- Whom a copy of this
scribed execution. notice is required to be


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served must file their ANY CLAIM FILED
claims with this court TWO (2) YEARS OR
WITHIN THE LATER MORE AFTER THE
OF 3 MONTHS AFTER DECEDENT'S DATE OF
THE TIME OF THE DEATH IS BARRED.
FIRST PUBLICATION The date of first publi-
OF THIS NOTICE OR cation of this notice is
30 DAYS AFTER THE March 25, 2009.
DATE OF SERVICE OF
A COPY OF THIS NO- Attorney for Personal
TICE ON THEM Representative:
All other creditors of Kathleen K. DeMaria
the decedent and other Attorney for Personal
persons having claims Representative
or demands against Florida Bar No. 503789
decedent's estate must Smith, Sauer &
file their claims with this DeMaria
court WITHIN 3 Post Office Box 12446
MONTHS AFTER THE Pensacola, Florida
DATE OF THE FIRST 32591-2446
PUBLICATION OF Telephone: (850)
THIS NOTICE. 434-2761
ALL CLAIMS NOT
FILED WITHIN THE Personal Representa-
TIME PERIODS SET tive:
FORTH IN SECTION Leigh J. Mothershed
733.702 OF THE FLOR- 423 Surrey Drive
IDA PROBATE CODE Gulf Breeze, Florida
WILL BE FOREVER 32561
BARRED.
NOTWITHSTANDING 032509
THE TIME PERIODS 040109
SET FORTH ABOVE, 3/423


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Notice of Final
Aaencv Action Taken
by the Northwest Flor-
Ida Water Manage-
ment District
Notice is given that
stormwater permit
number 511 was is-
sued on March 11,
2009, to The Geo
Group, Inc. for the con-
struction of a 2,000 bed
correctional facility that
includes buildings,
parking area, perimeter
road, underground utili-
ties and stormwater
management system,
on the east side of Jeff
Ates Road, north of
U.S. Hwy. 90, Milton.
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application for this per-
mit is available for in-
spection Monday
through Friday (except
for legal holidays), 8:00
a.m. to 5:00 p.m. at the
Northwest Florida
Water Management
District's ERP Office,
800 Hospital Drive,
Crestview, FL 32539.
A person whose sub-
stantial interests are af-
fected by the District
permitting decision
may petition for an ad-
ministrative hearing in
accordance with Sec-
tions 120.569 and
120.57 F.S.,, or may
choose to pursue me-
* diation as an alternative
remedy under Section
120.573,. Florida Stat-
utes, and Rules
28-106.111 and
28-106.401-404, Florida
Administrative Code.
Petitions must comply
with the requirements
of Florida Administra-
tive Code, Chapter1
28-106 and be filed
with (received by) the
District Clerk located at
District Headquarters,
81 Water Management
Drive, Havana, FL
32333-4712. Petitions
for administrative hear-
ing on the above above
application must be
filed within twenty-one
(21) days of publication
of this notice or within
twenty-six (26) days of
the District depositing
notice of this intent in
the mail for those per-
sons to whom the Dis-
trict mails actual notice.
Failure to file a petition
within this time period
shall constitute a
waiver of any rights)
such persons() may
Shave to request an ad-
ministrative determina-
tion (hearing) under
Sections 120.569 and
129.57, F.S., concern-
ing the subject permit.
Petitions which are not
filed in accordance with
the above provisions
are subject to dis-
missal.
Because the adminis-
trative hearing process
is designed to formu-
late final agency action,
the filing of a petition
means that the
District's final actioh
may be different from
the position taken by it
! in this notice of intent.
Persons whose sub-
stantial interests will be
affected by any such fi-
nal decision of the Dis-
trict on the application
have the right to peti-
tion to become a party
to the proceedings, the
accordance with the re-
quirements, set forth
above.
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IN THE CIRCUIT
COURT IN AND FOR
SSANTA ROSA
COUNTY, FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
File ,'... -No.:
57-2009-CP-29 ,
IN RE THE ESTATE
OF:
DANIEL NIEMCZYK, '
Decedent.
NOTICE TO CREDI-
TORS
TO ALL PERSONS
HAVING CLAIMS OR
DEMANDS AGAINST
THE ABOVE ESTATE:
YOU ARE HEREBY NO-
TIFIED that administra-
tion of the estate of
DANIEL NIEMCZYK,
deceased, File Number
57-2009-CP-29, is
pending in the Circuit
Court for Santa Rosa
County, Fldrida, Pro-
bate Division, the ad-
dress of which is RO.
Box 472, Milton,, Florida
32572.
ALL INTERESTED
PERSONS ARE NOTI-
FIED THAT:
All creditors of the de-
cedent and other per-
sons having nclims or


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Commissioners of to the proceeding at Steel Buildings #1 Resident Resort Host NEW AND MODERN 2 bedroom/1 bath total
Santa Rosa County, is the address given on Recession Discounted at Outdoor Resort. Duplex. 2/2, 1 car gar- electric, water fur-
scheduled for 9:30 the notice. Telephone: Some below Cost to Lodging in exchange age. (Near Whiting nished. Cross Street in
a.m., April 23, 2009, in (850) 245-4640, Site. Call for Availability for security and host Field) $585 month, Bagdad. 623-1471
the Commissioners 1-800-955-8771 (TDD)ww w.scg-grp.com duties. Possible part $585 sec. dep. Call 2 bedrooms with front
meeting room at the or 1-800-955-8770(v), Source#14Z time housekeeping, Don Cumbie Realty kitchen. Total electric.
Administrative Com- via Florida Relay Serv- Phone: 850-391-0204 food service or repair 626-8959 or 377-6787 $350 month. East Gate
plex, 6495 Caroline ice. and maintenance. Fax Mobile Home Ranch
Street, Milton, Florida. resume to 850 626 Pace
040109 3124 or mail to 2/1 Cathedral ceiling, 850-626-8973
AN ORDINANCE OF 040809 auoc@erec.net. Atn stove, fridge, D/W, all 6166 Carroll Road.
SANTA ROSA 041509 Resort Manager or call c/t flooring, laundry Updated 2/1 with
COUNTY, FLORIDA, 042209 $490 Sofa & Loveseat 293-2139 hook up, non-smoking CH &A. Non-smoking
AMENDING ORDI- 4/45 set, Microfiber, new in unit $570/mo. (includes environment. No pets.
NANCE 2005-37; SUS- Legal4/451 box. Lifetime warr. Can trash pick up and grass $450 month. $300
PENDING IMPOSI- deliver. 850-471-0330 cutting) 850-626-2928 dep. 572-2477
TION OF TRANS- NOTICE OF PUBLIC Mattress, NEW Queen WATERFRONT 3/2-14x70 private fence
PORTATION IMPACT SALE COOK'S PAINT Pillowtop w/foundation. Garcon Point. 1/1 fur- lot. New CH&A, New
FEES; SUSPENDING & BODY SHOR INC. Factory sealed. Warr. nished. w cable TV fridge w/ice maker.
INSTALLMENT PAY- gives Notice of Foreclo- $165. 850 471-0330 trash pick up $550 / Quiet neighborhood.
MENTS 'FOR ONE sure of Lien and intent $550 Refs. $500 mo $400 dep.
YEAR; PROVIDING to sell these vehicles Brand Name Pillowtop (550)52-62 Re 995-6138 if no answer,
FOR CODIFICATION; on 04/12/2009, 08:00 Set, King, still in plas- ESTATE(850)572-6352 leave message.
PROVIDING FOR SEV- am at 4432 FLORI- tic, warranty. $225. Call Avan Bl
ERABILITY; AND, DATOWN RD CPU 850-255-3050 6100- Business/ la Avalon Blvd.
PRNCommercial New carpet, great for
VIDI AT AN PACE, FL '32571-1831 110-Apartits seniors. $400 month.
EFFECTIVE DATE. pursuant to subsection 6120-Beach Rentals NO pets. Non-smoking
713.78 of the Florida 6130- Condo/Townhous environment. 623-8503
AN ORDINANCE RE- Statutes. COOK'S 3230 6140- House Rentals *3/1 Home 4641 Geri env3-
LATING TO. SANTA PAINT & BODY SHOP 3 FAMILY YARD SALE 150 Roommate Wanted St. in Miltqn $800. Clean double wide, 3/2
ROSA COUNTY, INC. reserves the right 6485 Lark Avenue in 610 Rooms for Rent *3/2 Home 5476 Oak $600 OR 2/1 $400.
FLORIDA; AMENDING to accept or reject any Milton. April 3rd & 4th 6170 Mobile Home/Lot Meadows in Milton $300 dep. Water & gar-
ORDINANCE 91-24 AS and/or all bids. 8m til pm 6180- Out-of-Town Rettals $1150. bage Incl. No pets.
AMENDED; AMEND- am unture KIDS 6190 Timeshare Rentals *4/3 Mobile Home 675-6614
ING SECTIONS 032018396 2004 Furnit ALL KINDS 6200 Vacation Rentals 9573 S Trace Rd. in Jay/Milton/Pace
4.03.06, 4.03.13 and HITONG ,JNTERNA- East Milton $900. Rentals 2 &3 bed-
4.04.03 OF THE LAND TIONAL INC April 3rd & 4th 4308 *2/1 Home 6737 Ven- rooms. $400-$650 per
DEVELOPMENT 1B4HS28Y3WF155146 Ward Baisn Rd Glass- tura Blvd in Milton month. Section 8/Hud
CODE AMENDING 1998 DODGE ware, Dishes, Pots & O6100 $400. accepted. 994-5703
THE LAND DEVEL- 1FALP52U4VA152344 Pans, Baby Clothes, Milton *2/2 Mobile Home t -
OPMENT CODE, 1997 FORD Women & Lots More! Commercial building 6561 Renee Cir in Milton
MODIFYING STORM 1FMCA11UXKZB66988 MULTI FAMILYAND for rent. Located on Milton $575 MOBILE HOMES FOR
WATER DRAINAGE 1989 FORD FAMILY PROMISE Stewart Street. 5 offices Santa Rosa Realty RENT. Between $300
STANDARDS, PRO- 1 1LD55M7TY161616 YARD SALE with reception area and 623-0077 & $400 a month.
VIDING FINISHED 1996 CHEVROLET 8a Fri & Sat. receiving room. Will 983-7259, 368-7506
FLOOR ELEVATION 1J4FA29P52P731689 Apri 3 and4,2009at consider renting unit as 5374 Lexington Street Milton-Quiet Park-New
REQ UIREMENTS; 2002 JEEP Milton Storage Center a whole or individual 3 bedrooms, 1 bath, two bedrooms, two
PROVIDING FOR 2GCDC14H3D1119346 6065 Vanity FairRd. offices. Rent based on Fenced back yard. Near bath-$545 plus deposit.
CODIFICATION; AND 1983 CHEVROLET Contents of storage space that you need. Milton High School. Non-smoking environ-
PROVIDING FOR AN JM1TA2216S1104467 units,furniture,lotsof Recently renovated. In- CH&A. $400 dep., $650 ment, no pets. HUD'OK
EFFECTIVE DATE. 1995 MAZDA NEW Christmas deco- ternet accessible. month 626-1552
Ordinance RN32018241 1979 rations & misc. Call 255-4004 6488 Gaynell Street North Milton
This Ordinance may be TOYOTA 626-6212 for info. Milton 3 bedrooms, 1 bath. 2/2 Mobile Home on
prior to the above O Multi Family Yard Sale cal/ sso Fenced back yar private lot. 4252 mor-
schieduled meeting at 040109( April 3rd & 4hChil- office spaces) availa- CH&A. $400 dep., $550 gancourt. Total ELec-
the Office of the clerk 0 (1) dre s,d plus size ble. All recently reno- rent. 255-1944 or 994- tric. $475/rent,
f Courts, BOCC Sup- Clothes Toys Nickvated. Excellent loca- 0179 $200/dep. No pets. Bay
port Servic C Sup- Clothes Toys Nick tion, near Santa Rosa Crest Realty
erv sDe prt- Nack & aDishes 6515 Medical Center. Va CARDINAL REALTY 994-7918
ment, 6495 Caroline Martin Road ous office sizes. Offices INVESTMENTS Pace
All inteet, Milton, Florida ties Neighborhood Garage from $295 and up. Utili- offer property man- 2/1 Mobile Home in
should take notice that Found tan and white Sale North Harbor off ties included. Second agement full services ark water & gbage
if they decide to appeal female Beagle. Found Brryhill Road ace months rent FREE. Call Mary Padgett furnished. $450/rent.
any decision made by close to E. Hewitt Rd. April 4th 7am Everyth- 255-4004 994-0666 $250/dep. Total Elec-
the Board of County in SRB. 850-499-4097 ing Imaginable! Come i pets. Bay Crest
Commissioners with 're- ..---- .. ErlyE. Milton Realty
aspect to any matter Yard Sale Friday April -- Quiet, country home. 994-7918
coming before said '' 3rd 6400 DaLisa Rd I 3/2, large porches. Pace
Board at said meeting, across from landfill. 2/1 w/CHA w/d hook $695. mnth., $695. dep. 3/2with lae ard
it is their individual re- Household Items, Fur- up Large kitchen clean No pets. 207-3994 / $650month plussec.
sponsibility to insure niture and so forth etc. & quiet 2 miles from 564-0323 dep 324-2097
that a record of the pro- Whiting Field dep. 324-2097
ceedings they are ap- Yard aleSaturday, $550/$450 deposit Milton 3 /2, 1 car gar- Pace Mobile home/
pealing exists and for I April 4 From 8 to 1 995-9613 agMlo month 24 foot Camper Sleeps
such purpose they will PI&ANIMALS 5998 Clark Road off leave message $0 month 6 This camper is set
need to insure that a Berryhill Road 2 miles $600 deposit 6605 & 6 This camper is set
need to insureord of the 2 -Pts from hospital. 2BR/1Bath duplex Mil- 6610 Wesdon Court up similiarto a studio
verbatim record of the 2100-Pets from hospital, apt. Private lot w/shed
proceeding is made, 2110- Pets: Free to ton all c/t flooring, Blumac Realty half electrical rent.shed
which record shall in- Good Home stove, fridge, D/W, 981-1631 half electrical rent.
S h2120 Pet Supplies fenced yard, patio Idry $450.Sec dep $450
clude the testimony 2130- Farm Animals/ rm non-smoking unit 396-5034
and the evidence upon Supplies 3280 $545/mo 850-626-2928 3 n subdivision with WeMilton
which their appeal is to 2140 Pets/Livestock JOHN DEERE Com- 3/2 n d n 3/BR 2/BA on private
be based. Interested Wanted pact Tractor. 4 X 4. Duplex-2Bd, 1Ba In- fence luded. Washe$800 lot. Total electric nte
parties may appear at 2150- Pet Memorials Front end loader with eludes WS&G, W/D i yer incudeod. $8 pelt. ta5133 Ridgewayc,
the meeting and be attachments. 785 hookups, CH/A. pets month, $1,000 depoista o Blvd. $625/mth
heard with respect to hours. $10,000 (850) okw/deposit. In walking distance to $625/mth
these proposed ordi- hours $10,000 (850) ok deposit. Winn Dixie &. Milton $300/dep. Bay Crest
these proposed ordi 723-3834 $495/mo+dd. Rodney aRealty
nuances. I 2100 I 6587 LeeSt. Apt.A High. Call Rodney at 994-7918
04109(1) Free Small Female 623-4811/564-5159 380-2553
040109 (1) Fawn Color Pug & Jack U-U3]" "'" Milton
/449 \ Russell Mixed must 3300 Great 6437 Eva Street '
have fenced yard. Wanted Bahai field to Neighborhood 3/1-Central heat & air.
623-0207 td ha eld to 2Bd, quiet area, close Washer/dryer hook up ', -
Legal 4/450 cutforsod.to town. $450mo. No Dogs. $650 month,
14" 45D L (850) 336-8050 850-492-1578 $500 dep. 748-1819
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BEFORE THE BOARD Free Tea Cup Yorkie to 1/BR furnished parti- Large house near REALESTATE FOR
OF NURSING good home Email: Mil- tial util paid No dogs: schools. 2 bed, 1 large
IN RE: Thlicense tonstevesonl9@ Has laundryroom, in bath. Living room, din- 7100- Homes
N RE: The-license t n r. ground swimming ing room, den, play- 7105 Open Houses
practice nursingof C pool, in walking dis- r,:.rm .laudr/ room & .7110 Beach Home/
practice Free Tea Cup ('ori.e ,:' tance to stores, ihc.cer, Fenced yard Property
Doll R. James, C.N.A good home Email: Mil- restuarants, etc. $600 w/porch. Non-smoking 7120 Commercial
4891 Tealwood Drivet tonstevesonl9@ 1/2 off with coupon) environment. $650 rent, 7130 Condo/Townhouse
Tampa, Florida 33614 yahoo.com plus $350 deposit $650 dep. 623-5481 7140 Farms Ranches
,FREE TEACUP YORKIE 4100-Help Wanted Embrald Sands No HUD. 7150 Lots and Acreage
CASE NO.: to go home with any- 4110- Restaurants/Clubs 712-9968 7170 Waterfront
2007-06219 one. who is interested. 4120- Sales Milton 7180- investment
Contact me at 4130 Employment Like New Propertt
LICENSE NO.: CNA MiltonStevensonl9@ Information Milton 3/2 w/garagePro71 pe90- at-Town
112381 yahoo.Emerald Sands $895 th-$800 dep. Real Estate
112381 yahoocom2/BR 1/BA, Walking Pets considered 7200- Timeshare
Th D m i distance to milton 501-0273 or 529-7899
The Department of q4100 No' Dogs $550 (1/2
Health hasfiled an Ad- offwito upon) plus Pace Built 20 Dogs $506. 3/2,0 (1/2
ministrative Complaint DRIVER TRAINEES $350 deposit 2 car garage on dead 7100
a uNEEDED NOW! 7 8 deposit, 2 car garage on deBut7100
against you, a copy of EEDED NOW! 712-9968 end street. Large
which may be obtained g Drivers being hired fenced yard, ceramic Bank Owned Prop-
by contacting, Michael and trained locally foo tile floors. All appli- erties Free Lists
Lawrence, Jr, Assistant Werner Enterprises. Milton arices. $975 + dep. Cellstate Gulfcoast
General Counsel, Pros- No exp. Needed. Off Avalon Blvd. 623-1288 de Relt 2-ot
ecution Services Unit, MERCHANDISE 1-866-280-5309 2/BR 1/BA, cathedral Realty 850-4722500
4052 Bald Cypress ceilings, Lge kitchen,Alabama
Way, Bin #C65, Talla- 3100 -Antiques Milton Company now laundry room. No Pace ForalaAlabama
hassee Florida 3110-Appliances hiring for phone sales. Dogs $600 (1/2 off 1 bedroom. Nice house furnished
32399-3265, (850)3120 Arts & Crafts Hourly rate plus com- with coupon) plus $495 mo, $495 dep. on 44 acres of beautiful
245-4640 3130- Auctions mission. Excellent op- $350 dep 712-9968 3649 Scoggins Street land. Shop, sheds and
5-603140 Baby Items portunity. Non-smoking Blumac Realty some equipment.
If no contact has ee 3150- Building Supplies environment. 698-5951 981-1631 $279,000.
If no contacthas been 3160 Business Milton 850-994-9985 or
made by you concern- Equipment POSITION OffAvalonBlvd.850-776-1939
ing the above by May6, 3170 Collectibles AVAILABLE A aun- Pace850-776-1939
2009, the matter of the 3180 Computers Full time/ Part Time' drroom. U stairs 1700 sf. on Ig lot. 3/2 FOR SALE, LEASE
Administrative Com- 3190 Electronics 1 groomer for w balcony. Water w/office & extra space OPTION OR RENT
plaint will be presented 3200 Firewood Paws Here 2. i luded. No doas above double garage. 6439 Appaloosa Ave
at an ensuing meeting 3220 Furniture Call Gne o Fenced yard. 4022 Remodeled, 3/21216
of the Board of Nursing 3230 Garage/Yard Sales for an appointment $650 (1/2 off ith yard. 4022 Remodeled, 3/21216
of the od320 -G Tiof Nursgn s for an appointment coupon) plus $350 Overlook Cir. $900 mo, sq. ft. $96,500 ($8,000
in formal proceeding. 320 G ns to Eat (850) 791-2855 or deposit. 712-9968 $900 de ($200 et) tax credit) Call (850)
3260 Health & Fitness (850) 983-0p03 698-8337, Iv message 393-3084


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8130 Trucks
8140 Vans
815 0- Commercial
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170 Auto Parts
& Accessories
8210- Boats
8220 Personal Watercraft
8230 Sailboats
8240 Boat & Marine
auarr Supplies
Navarre 8245 Boat Slips & Docks
Waterfront 8310- Aircraft/Aviation
2 story, 4 br, 2/ ba, 8320 ATV/Off Road Vehicles
2150sf home on large 8330 Campers & Trailers
sf large 8340- Motorhomes
natural lot. 9' ceilings,
separate living & din-
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kitchen. Lg. whirlpool
tub and separate 8110
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bath. Beautiful; quiet CASH PAID
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98 GMC Cargo Van $2,988

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We Sell at Our Cost Plus a 10% Surcharge Added at the Register
1SISALE GOODiAPRiLi 20i09 U APRIL 7,2009


SWhole
Blackwell
Angus
Sirloin Tips
98

SLICED FREE

Bar "S"
Jumbo
Franks

826 oz
W~l6 Oz


Farmland
2 pc
Light Pork
Spareribs
I25
S5lIb

Farmland
Hickory,
Smoked
Sliced Bacon

1 61oz


GA Special
Smoked
Sausage
999
910 lb


Golden Ripe
Premium
Chiquita
Bananas


Washington
Extra Fancy
Red Delicious
Apple

68e


Hunts
Ketchup

9524 oz


Mueller
Spaghetti or
Elbow
Macaroni

8216.oz


Blackburn
Syrup

40 oz


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SALE PRICES GOODTHRU APRIL 1 2009
SALE PRICES GOOD.THRU APRIL 1 2009


Cost includes freight, fee, and any associated expenses.


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4311
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Chuck Roast
1 :;I :
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Hinsdale
Corndogs
415
3 Ib box


Tennessee
Pride
Sausage
Patties
560 o
40Ooz


Sliced
Tray Pack
Beef Liver


Sunset Farm
Family Pack
Sliced Ham.
478
2 lb bag


Fresh Express
Crisp
American or
Italian Salad


12 pk 12 oz
Faygo Drinks
231pk
pk


Frito-Lay
Multi-Pak
Snacks
573
9 20-22 ct


Cottonelle
Bath Tissue


Gain 2 x
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Detergent

5; 50 oz


Jiffy Corn
Muffin Mix

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Tea Bags
S17 ct
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Blue Seal
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51b


Alpo
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Dog Food
749 Ib
7 17.6 Ib


Splenda
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