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MTI Specialty Silicones to be sold


BILL UAMBLIN | 'ress Gazette
MTI Global plans to sell its Milton plant.


By JENI BOOKER SENTER
jsenter@srp'essgazette.com
According to a May 4
news release by MTI Global
Inc., the company remains
committed to exiting the
silicone business by sell-
ing its remaining silicone
businesses, which include
the Milton plant and 51 per-
cent ownership in Sterne,
of Cavaillon.


The Milton plant is locat-
ed at 8052 Armstrong Road
in the industrial park.
Executive Director for
TEAM Santa Rosa Econom-
ic Development Council
Cindy Anderson says sever-
al attempts have been made
by TEAM to contact MTI
Milton, and the attempts
have been unsuccessful.
"Until we talk to them,
we can't* confirm or deny,


really, the sale or poten-
tial sale of the MTI Milton
plant. If they are sold, then
TEAM is dedicated to work-
ing with any new buyers no
matter what industry takes
control of the property. We
are dedicated to serving
the. business in the same
capacity we have served
any previous owner," says
Anderson.
MTI has completed the


sale of the majority of MTI
Leewood's assets and the
N.A. Silicone's Richmond,
Virginia plant Connecticut-
based Rogers Corporation
for an all cash purchase
price of U.S. $7.4 million.
MTI Global has decided
to focus on Aerospace, the
Company's core business."
Attempts to reach the
MTI Milton plant for com-
ment were unsuccessful.


SBILLGAMBLIN I Press Gazette
The Sahta Rosa County Board of Education is now facing more issues with the ACLU over what the
ACLU is alleging is a clear violation of the agreement between the two parties.


Editors note: This is the
resolution of a previous story ran
by the Press Gazette regarding a
court ordered cease and desist on
the ACLU vs. the Santa Rosa County
District Schools. Attorney for the
School System Paul Green says no
school official will be making any
comments on the case because of its
ongoing nature and that responses
to the alleged ongoing violations are.
being prepared.

SPECIALTY THE PRESSGAZETTE
PENSACOLA, Fla. In a consent
decree approved Frday by a fed-
eral judge in northern Florida, the
American Civil Liberties Union and
the ACLU of Florida won the final
chapter of a lawsuit filed last year
on behalf of two. Pace High School
students who alleged that school of-
ficials regularly promoted religion
and gave prayers at school events.
"Once again, the court has en-
sured that decisions about religion
will be left in the hands of families
and faith communities and not pub-
lic school officials," said Benjamin
Stevenson, an ACLU ofiFlorida staff
attorney based in Pensacola who led
the case.
"Religious freedom is best pro-
moted when the government stays
out of religion. Now students and
their families can feel comfortable
holding and expressing their own re-
ligious beliefs, knowing that school
officials will no longer impose their
particular religious beliefs on stu-


ON THE WEB
A downloadable PDF of the consent
decree is available at http: ',/vw"v
aclufl org/pdfs/SRosaConsent.pdf

-dents at school. This is a truly victo-
rious day for the constitution and for
religious freedom in Florida."
The ACLU of Florida filed the law-
suit, along with the ACLU's Program
on Freedom of Religion and Belief,
in August 2008, charging that school
officials committed widespread vio-
lations of the Establishment Clause
of the First Amendment to the U.S.
Constitution. After months of litiga-
tion and discovery, the school board,
the superintendent and the principal
filed an "Admission of Liability" with
the court, owning up to the distric-
twide constitutional violations, ac-
cording to the ACLU.
After the school board's admis-
sion, ACLU attorneys worked closely
with the school, devising how best to
bring the school district in compli-
ance with the U.S. and Florida Con-
stitutions. Included in the order, the
judge ruled that:
Its districtwide policies, practic-
es and customs violated the Estab-
lishment Clause of the First Amend-
ment and the "no aid" provision of
the Florida Constitution;
School officials are permanently
prohibited from promoting, advanc-
ing, endorsing, participating in or
See GUIDELINES A9


Contempt charges

sought against

school employee
By JENI BOOKER SENTER
jsenter@srpressgazette.com
Susan Watson of the ACLU
of Northwest Florida says an
order has been filed with the
court after attempting to work
with the Santa Rosa County
School Board for a month and
a half.
The document, which is
officially called "an order to
show cause .why the court
should not find contempt,"
was filed with the U.S. District
Court Northern District of
Florida Pensacola Division on
May 4.
Counsel for the Santa Rosa
County District. Schools, Paul
Green, says a response is being
prepared.
"They aren't seeking con-
tempt at this time on any of-
ficial or administrator of the
school board. They are seeking
contempt on just the individual
named in the complaint. We
are preparing a response to the
motion at this time and cannot
comment on the actual case,"
says Green.
According to the complaint
"notwithstanding the Court's
preliminary injunction effec-
tive noon on January 19, 2009
(DE 48) and despite having no-
tice of the Court's Order, Ms.
Winker, a School Board em-
ployee, intentionally violated
paragraph 1 of that [previous]
Order."
The complaint alleges that
the violations include:
See CONTEMPT Al 0


TEAM's military


affairs consultant


hire under fire


By BILL GAMBLING
bgamblin@srpressgazette.com
TEAM Santa Rosa ap-
pears to be under fire from
critics for last year's hire of
Pete Gandy.
Gandy, who retired
last year from Santa ,Rosa
Medical Center, ,was se-
lected to be the military af-
fairs consultant for TEAM
Santa Rosa, which many
have criticized because he
helped draw up the job de-
scription.
Former member of the
Economic Development
Board at the time and
current chairman of the
Santa Rosa County Board
of County Commissioners
Don Salter is defending the
board's actions.
"My position as chair-
man and someone who sat
on the, committee is that
we did nothing illegal or
unethical," said Salter. "I
can tell you that Pete Gan-
dy was not our first choice,
but those we interviewed
either turned down the job
or wanted more than we
had budgeted."


One of the choices was
the former Pensacola
Chamber of Commerce
Vice-President for Military
Affairs who had served on
the 1995 and 2005 BRAC
Boards in the area.
"We offered him the job,
and he turned it down," said
Salter. "He had retired and -
wanted to stay retired. Then
we interviewed more can-
didates who wanted more
than we had budgeted.
"That is' when Pete
stepped down from the
committee and became a
candidate himself."
One of the main conten-
tions of those who are com-
plaining about the hire is an
e-mail obtained by TEAM
Board Member Alan Isaa-
cson.
The e-mail sent by Cin-
dy Anderson, executive
.director of TEAM Santa
Rosa read, "... I know we
discussed putting the RFP
on .the website and didn't
want too many resun .
coming in, but what if we
put it on there, buried ip
.See TEAM A9


Press Gazette readers:


Nurses are lifesavers


By OBIE RAIN
ocrain@srpressgazette.com
"What does a nurse
mean to you?"
This question presented
raridomly to a number of
area Press Gazette readers
brought some poignantly
reflective and surprising
answers.
"Maybe in some circum-
stances, the difference be-
tween life and death," an-
swered one gentleman who
said he wasn't interested in
having his name "plastered
on the front pages of the lo-
cal paper."
"Someone who can tell
the doctor what's wrong
with you before you see
him," answered one wom-
an. Again an anonymity
request.
"A nurse is an angel who
watches over me when I'm
sick and can't take care of
myself," was another an-
swer, as was "She's some-
body who's always want-
ing to give you a shot, but
sometimes it's a man and


you're afraid to object!"
.From serious to amus-
ing, the general answer
was that nurses are an es-
sential part of our wellness,
and where you see the
most of them are at "the
hospital," which for most of
those quizzed in this case
translated into the, Santa
Rosa Medical Center.
It's undoubtedly true
that the most intensive
nursing environment in
this area is the Santa Rosa
Medical Center where at
any given time a significant
number of on-staff nurses
at the hospital will be going
about their duties.
Few people are aware
that there are approxi-
mately 3 million registered
nurses in the U.S. and that
2.4 million of them are em-
ployed in various capacities
around the country. Car-
rying this statistic a step
further reveals that 237 of
them are op the Santa Rosa
Medical Center staff.
See NURSES A9


Jim Fletcher
Publisher
623-2120
fletcher@pressgazette.com


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Wednesday, May'l 3, 2009


SOLAR POWERED


BILL GAMBLING I Press Gazette

Solar Car project buzzes down

Highway 90 in Panhandle

The XOF1 Solar Project Car continued it's trec
around the America's on Thursday as it passed
through Milton, Fla. The Solar car project started
on June 12th of last year and started at Seneca
- College in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. On July
27th the car reached the Artic Circle and now
it has visited numerous cities including recent
stops in New Orleansans and Mobile. The car has
never been plugged into a grid and has crossed
the continental divide eight times including thou-
sands of miles on gravel, so, ice and the low
angle of the northern hemisphere. The car is be-
ing driven by Marcelo da Luz, who built the car.
For more information on the project go to www.
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SUBMITTED PHOTO
Michael Thorpe, Milton High School Assistant Principal; Buddy Powell, Milton High School Principal; and
Jennifer Bunnell, Drama Instructor accept $300 donation from Panhandle Community Theatre for the use
of the auditorium during their production of "On Golden Pond." The community theatre organization also
presented a check for $100 for the proceeds from their "Battle of the Broadway Bucks" where patrons could
donate $1 of their ticket purchase to Milton or Pace High School's drama departments.


PCT Donates to Milton drama department


Panhandle Community
Theatre's (PCT) produc-
tion of "On Golden Pond"
in March, notr only dis-
played the relationships
that help hold a family to-
gether, but outside of the
stage, helped to show how
positive relationships can
help the community as
well.
After the Imogene
Theatre was damaged by


the fire, PCT was looking
for homes to house their
2009 shows. Milton. High
School stepped up imme-
diately and offered up use
of their theatre for the first
show of the season.
"We appreciate working
with them [PCT] like that,"
said Milton High School
principal Buddy Powell.
"It has just been a win-win
situation for everyone. I


was glad we could give the
community a place to at-
tend the play."
As a way to say "thank
you," PCT donated $1 from
each ticket sold to either
the Pace High School or
Milton High School drama
departments. The patron
of the show was allowed to
decide where the donation
went.
Nearly 200 tickets were


sold for the show's run,
and the donations were
recently presented to the
schools.
"In light of the loss to
the Imogene as a venue for
the next couple of season,
PCT is delighted that the
school system is so will-
ing to share their facilities
with the community," said
Lauren Sutton, PCT sec-
retary.


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This is Lou. I wanted to let C.J. when I lost my job and have used if you have a short comment you
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Elected OFFICIALS
COUNTY GOVERNMENT Monroe St., Tallahassee, FL 32399, 488-4441. E-mail: Milton, FL 32570, 983-0413. E-mail is scottdl@moil.
flgovernor@myflorida.com. santarosa.k12.fl.us.
COUNTY COMMISSION I I I I I. District 2: Hugh Winkles, 5684 Nicklaus Lane,
District 1: Jim Williamson, 4351 Berryhill Road, Milton, FL 32570, 623-6299. E-mail is winkleseh@
Pace, FL 32571; phone 932-1340. E-mail is comm- FEDERAL GOVERNMENT mail.sontarosa.k12.fl.us.
williamsori@santarosa.fl.gov. HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES District 3: Diane Coleman, 9400 Octavia Lone,
District 2: Bob Cole, 8651 Riverstone Road, R Navarre, FL 32566, 939-2661. E-mail is colemanmd@
tilnur fI 32583; phone 983-1877. E-mail is comm- Rep. Jeff Miller: 1535 Longworth House Office mail.santarosa.k12,fl.us.
cole@santaroso.fl.gov. Building, Washington, D, 20515 phone (local) 479- District 4: JoAnn J. Simpson, 5059 Faircloth St.,
District 3: Don Salter, 6000 Chumuckla Highway 1183; (DC) 202-225-4136; toll free 866-367-1614. E- Pace 32571, 994-5446. E-mail is simpsonji@mail.
Pace, FL 32571; phone 994-6426. E-mail is comm- mail: www.house.gov/ieffmiller. santarosa.k12.fl.us.
salter@santarosa.fl.gov. SENATE District 5: Edward Gray III, 1 Gray Oaks Lane, Gulf
District 4: Gordon Goodin; 6467 Avenida De Sen. Mel Martinez:- 356 Russell Senate Office Breeze, FL 32561, 850-932-6287. E-mail is grayem@
Galves, Navarre, FL 32566; phone 939-4949. E-mail is Building, Washington, D.C., 20515; phone 202-224- mail santa rosa.k12. nt School Board meets at 630
comm-goodin@santarosa.fl.gov. 3041; fox 202-228-5171. The Santa osa County School Board meets at 6:30
*District 5: Lane Lynchard, 6495 Caroline St., Suite Sen. Bill Nelson: Room 571, Hart Senate Office ilton Phane:d fout3-5000.ursdays at 56 Canal St.,
M, Milton, FL 32570, phone 932-1340. E-mail is comm- Building, Washington, D.C., 20510; phone 202-224- one:
lynchard@santarosa.fl.gov. 5274, fax 202-224-8022.
The Santa Rosa County Commission meets pt'9 a.m.
on second and fourth Thursdays. The leaders meet in WHITE HOUSE CITY GOVERNMENT
committee at 9 a.m. Monday preceding the Thursday President Barack Obama: The White House, 1600 Milton City Hall, Mayor Guy Thomlison, 6738
meetings. Meetings are held in commission chambers Pennsylvania Ave., Washington, D.C., 20500; phone Dixon Street, Milton, FL 32570, 983-5400. Interim
of the Administrative Complex on U.S. 90. Phone 202-456-1414. E-mail: president@whitehouse.gov. City Manager, Brian Watkins.
983-1877 for information or to reach their offices. Vice President Joe Biden: Office of the Vice Gulf Breeze City Hall, Mayor Lane Gilchrist, 1070
President, White House, 1600 Pennsylvania Ave., Shoreline Drive, Gulf Breeze, FL 32561, 934-5100.
STATE GOVERNMENT Washington, D.C., 20500; phone 202-456-1414. City Manager, "Buzz" Eddy.
____STATE GOVERNMENT ,_-Town of Jay, Mayor Kurvin Quails, 3822 Hwy. 4,
Rep. Greg Evers: 5224 Willing St., Milton, FL Jay, FL 32565, 675-2719.
32570, 983-5550. Email: evers.greg@leg.state.fl.us. SCHOOL GOVERNMENT
Sen. Durell Peaden Jr., 598 N. Ferdon' Blvd., Suite Contact information for your elected officials
100, Crestview, FL 32536, 850-689-0556. SCHOOL BOARD appears in every Saturday editionof the Santa Rosa
Gov. Charlie Crist: PL05 The Capitol, 400 S. District 1: Diane Scott, 5710 Munson Highway, Press Gazette. Know your leaders; stay in touch.


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JENI BOOKER SENTER I Santa Rosa's Press Gazette
At the National Day of Prayer event held at the Santa Rosa County Courthouse lawn, many residents, young,and old, attended to hear speakers and share
fellowship and prayers. Some of those in attendance were Milton Mayor .Guy Thompson, Pastor Carl Gallups, and City Council Member R.L. Lewis, among many
others.
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Karen, 27, was one of millions of Americans afraid to go to the dentist. She avoided it for si\ years,
even going as far as using a tweezers to try and clean her own teeth. "I was terrified," she said. "I was
absolutely petrified of stepping foot into a denial office."
When Karen use,] to visit the dentist her an'ielv ran so high that her hands trembled and she sweat-
ed protusely. She couldn't stand the thought of a drill coming near her mouth. Then last month she
saw an advertisements on TV about oral sedation dentistry treatment using oral sedatives rather than an
IV needle.
She contacted the sedation dentist and after a full evaluation and a careful review of her medical
history, she and her dentist decided on a treatment plan. Karen took a pill the night before her appoint-
ment, had a friend drive to her the office, and was administered additional medication before the start
of her procedures. Three fillings, a root canal, and two crowns were performed and yet remarkably she
remembered little-to-nothing of her time in the dental chair the next day.
Karen is one of the growing number of adults who have conquered their dental fears through the
calming and relaxing effects ol oral sedation dentistry treatment. With one side of her mouth fi\ed, she
is excited and ready to have the remainder of her dental work completed with sedation.
"I don't remember ihe needles, the gagging, the water," she said "I certain\ don't remember being
in the chair for four hours. Myv life has been forever changed." The drugs used for sedation allow a
patient to remain conscious during their treatment but limit memory as a result.of some the medica-
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Wednesday, May 13, 2009


Legislation offers benefits


to Jay's Quantum Resources


Tax breaks, exemptions aim to bring back jobs


JENI BOOKER SENTER
jsenter@srpressgazette.com
On April 29, the' Florida Legislature
passed a bill that has the potential to
inject new revenue into Jay and north
Santa Rosa County.
The Florida Senate passed the bill
that will allow for tax breaks and exemp-
tions to the six oil-producing companies
in Florida; Quantum Resources in Jay is
one of these companies.
The state is expected to lose more
than $5 million in revenue; however, Rep.
Greg Evers, who co-sponsored the bill,
said it will give people jobs back they'
have lost and property owners will get
back their royalty checks.


Evers was quoted as saying the bill
"would provide economic incentives, in-
cluding temporary oil and gas production
tax relief, for small field producers such
as Quantum."
"It is my hope that this small energy
production investment incentive and
tax relief package will help in creating
and saving much-needed local North-
west Florida investment and jobs during
these very challenging and difficult eco-
nomic times," Evers was reported as
saying.
When Quantum shut down the Jay Oil
Field, around 70 people lost their jobs.
The bill passed the Florida Senate on
a 116-1 vote on April 23 and the Florida
House on a 39-1 vote April 29.


Navarre man involved in fatal accident


By BILL GAMBLING
bgamblinL@srpressgazette.com
A Navarre man was
involved in a two-vehicle
accident on May 5 that in-
volved one fatality.
Phillip Altizer, 56, of Na-
varre was traveling south-
bound on State Road 85


when Young J. Vandrasek,
65, of Laurel Hill, pulled out
in front of Altizer's Mack
Truck.
The left front corner
of Altizer's truck collided
with the left rear side of
Vandrasek's Hyundai SUV
in the left rear, which ro-
tated counter clockwise


before striking a pole on
the shoulder of the road-
way.
Vandrasek was trans-
ported to Sacred Heart Hos-
pital and was pronounced
deceased on May 7, at
1:15 p.m. according to the
report filed by crash inves-
tigator Trooper M. Blansitt.


SPECIAL TO THE PRESS GAZETTE


PENSACOLA The Santa Rosa Virtual
Museum,' a Pensacola Junior College
project, invites the community to join in
discussions about Santa Rosa County his-
tory.
The first meeting is 5:30 p.m. May 19
at the First United Methodist Church of
Pace, 4540 Chumuckla Highway. The topic
is the importance of the Live Oak Planta-
tion.
The second session is 5:30 p.m. June 16
at the Jay Library in the City of Jay Com-
munity Center, 5259 Booker Lane. The
topic is the oil boom.
Both events feature a demonstration


of the Virtual Museum Web site (www.
santarosavirtualmuseum,org) and guest
speaker /historian Brian Rucker.
Community members are encouraged
to sliare stories and bring photos to add to
the museum's collection.
The Santa Rosa Virtual Museum is an
interactive Web site that documents the
history of Santa Rosa County through a
series of photographs with descriptions,
interactive maps, multimedia stories and
a photo gallery of artifacts from local mu-
seums and private collections.
The project is funded through a Florida
Humanities Council grant.
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tina Drain at 484-1458, cdrain@pjc.edu.


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series presents the sizzlin' dance group
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The show is 7:30 p.m. Friday, May 29, at
the Ashmore Fine Arts Auditorium, Build-
ing 8, on the Pensacola campus.
Formerly known as Fly Dance Co., the
dancers from Houston performed at PJC
in 2005 to a sold-out crowd. Under direc-
tion 6f Javier Garcia and Rock Williams,
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different styles of street dance. While
pushing the artistic boundaries in street
dance, Soul Street maintains the true


essence of the culture. Performances
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eclectic mix of music ranging from hip-
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qrand opening May 16
The Riverwalk Farm-
ers Market soft open was
May 9.
Artist and crafters may
purchase one day slots
for $10.00. Farmer Season
Passes are $150.00 or one
day Farmers pass is $25.00.
The market will be open
Tuesday, Thursdays and
Saturday from 7 a.m. to
1 p.m. The Grand Opening,
is May 16, with a free vin-
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ting farm.
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Santa Rosa County Court-
house on North Willing
Street in Milton. Call or e-
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details: 850-626-6246, main
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Summer Concert Se-
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in downtown Milton along
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the Veteran's Memorial.
Third. Saturday of each
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Wiling Street will be lined
with classic cars, motor-
cycles, artist and crafters.
Music in the Street, Cafe's
and Bistro. Every first Fri-
day of the month, 5-8 p.m.,
come to a street party and
have some fun. Free setup
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Wednesday, May 13, 2009


OUR VIEW

America soon will

have 'don't ask, don't

tell' policy about God

Our military, by Executive Order, has
operated under a "don't ask, don't tell"
policy when it comes to relationships.
Pretty soon, the rest of America might
face a similar situation when it comes to
their faith and relationship with God.
What once was something done by
choice and freedom could soon become as
pass as bell bottom jeans, peanut butter
in cans, and meals that don't come from a
microwave.
We must now look over our shoulders
when it comes to what we say or if we pray.
As we ponder these actions, G-O-D is
becoming a four-letter word that even the
late George Carlin would have to add to the
list of things you cannot say on the radio or
television.
Under our laws, we must respect the
rights of those who choose not to believe.
This, in turn, is beginning to affect those
who do believe.
Who would have thought, just a few years
ago, we'd actually be asking ourselves if "In
God We Trust" should be removed from our
money or if "one nation, under God," should
be excised from the Pledge?
Somewhere a line must be drawn, but
who is the person to draw that line?
In Santa Rosa County, a prayer is offered
before council meetings, commission
meetings, and a host of other gatherings.
How long before someone challenges this?
Pretty soon, you will not be able to teach
children the Golden Rule.
And what about the FCAT and civilization
questions our students could be tested on?
There are some books that will be
banned if we continue this trend because
it was monks who "printed" each book by
hand.
Artwork will be outlawed, thus the
discontinuation of Humanities lessons.
No longer will students be able to study
classical artwork like the, Creation of Adam
by Michelangelo or any of the othermasters
from the Renaissance.
Soon, a portion of our history as a society
will really become the Dark Ages because,
by law, we will no longer be able to study
things that hint of an almighty.
Even Ancient History might someday be
taboo: God and His story is mentioned in
Ancient Egypt and Rome.
To the members of the ACLU, we say
"We're sorry," but none of us can go back
and change history.
We can't simply pretend things never
happened just because some group says it
is no longer politically correct.
If that is the case, then maybe John Prine
could win another Grammy to go along
with his album, which featured, "Jesus, the
Missing Years."
We are now on some very, very steep and
rocky ground and the question is: Just how
big of a hole are we going to dig?
We need to develop a happy medium
between both parties to find common
ground before "free" Americans end up
worshipping in their'closets.




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A NOTE FROM SENATE PRESIDENT JEFF ATWATER


Florida had a successful session


' We have had a very
productive session.
Florida's budget is
complete. We have
succeeded in cutting
unnecessary government
spending and have-
promoted economic
recovery and growth in
Florida without placing
additional burdens your
family's budget.
Throughout this session,
balancing the budget
has been-a large task to
undertake. However, it
has by no means been our
only focus. We have passed
meaningful legislation
to promote job growth,
ensure the healthcare of
all Floridians, protect the
safety of Florida's families
and make certain every
child in Florida receives
the. quality education they
deserve.
We have taken steps
to remove unnecessary
bureaucratic red tape in
order to promote growth
in our state, stimulate
job creation and improve
Florida's infrastructure.


Jeff Atwater
We also have ensured
that Florida maintains
its business-friendly
environment to both retain
and attract new businesses
to our state.
' The passage of the
Senate's healthcare


plan improves Florida's
KidCare program, cracks
down on Medicaid fraud
and ensures that we
provide high quality care
for our children, elderly
and needy families across
Florida.


Legislation also has
been passed to better
protect the safety of
Florida's families. We have
not only cracked down
on criminal activity, but
also have promoted both
criminal prevention and
rehabilitation programs.
Rehabilitation programs
are vital to make certain
that harmful individuals
are not released from our
prison system into our
communities, but instead,
individuals equipped to be
productive members of
society.
Lastly, but certainly not
least, we have protected
our classrooms from
budget cuts and provided
our higher education
institutions with the tools
needed to build intellectual
capital and compete
internationally.
I believe this legislative
session has been
successful, focused on the
needs of Florida's families,
the. stabilization of our
economy and a high quality,
of life for all Floridians.


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Special to the Press Gazette
Throughout Escambia and
Santa Rosa Counties, there are
people with physical disabilities
who are unable to leave their
homes because they cannot af-
ford a wheelchair ramp. Two
weekends in May, Pensacola-area
community members will join to-
gether to help these people be-
come more independent by build-
ing wheelchair ramps as part of
the 6 Days 6 Ramps project.
Established as a signature


event by the Governor's Commis-
sion on Volunteerism and Com-
munity Service (Volunteer Flor-
ida), the 6 Days 6 Ramps event
began in Tallahassee six years
ago. The purpose is to support
and expand the capacity of local
ramp building initiatives that are
making it possible for commu-
nity members with disabilities to
maintain or regain independence.
This year, eight sites throughout
the state will build .ramps dur-
ing AmeriCorps national service
week, completing approximately


70 ramps in a 10-day period.
AmeriCorps students from
"Northwest Florida State Col-
lege as well as volunteers from
Escambia County High School
High-Tech, Home Depot and oth-
er places will join with sponsors
Coca-Cola, Blimpies Subs, Hun-
gry Howie's, Subway, Chick-fil-A,
Firehouse Subs, Milton Bakery,
Porter Cable and others to support
the ramp-building program in our
community, which is coordinated
by Woodbine United Methodist
Church. Because of tremendous


community support, the Pensac-
ola area will exceed the goal of 6
Days 6 Ramps and volunteers will
build ramps at eight homes in Es-
cambia and Santa Rosa Counties
in just 4 days.
The 6 Days 6 Ramps event will
take place from 8 a.m. to 2:30 p.m.
on May 15 and 16. Volunteers with
a variety of skill levels are need-
ed to make this event a success.
Teams of volunteers are encour-
aged to participate and children
8 and over are welcome with an
adult. Community members with


disabilities are invited to come
out and be a part of the project.
To sign up or receive more in-
formation, please call Woodbine
United Methodist Church at 850-
995-0007.
Woodbine United Methodist
Church is seeking financial dona-
tions to help cover the costs as-
sociated with this project and our
ongoing ramp-building ministry.
For more information about spon-
sorship opportunities, please con-
tact Jon Twitchell at 995-0007 or
programs@excitingwoodbine.org.


Missions Conference starts May 15


Special to the Press Gazette
Christ United Meth-
odist Church, located at
5983 Dogwood Drive, in
Milton will be having its
37th annual Missions Con-
ference on May 15, 16 and
17 (Friday, Saturday, and
Sunday).
Special speaker will be
the Rev. Jim Hosey, native
of Rimersburg, Pa., also
a former pastor of Christ
United Methodist Church.
He is an ordained min-
ister of The Wesleyan
Church and has served as
Senior Pastor at the Key-
mar Evangelical Wesleyan
Church in Keymar, Md.
He received a B.S. in
Christian Education at
Asbury College and an M.
Div. at Asbury Theological
Seminary, both of Wilmore,
Ky.


During his min-
istry with World
Gospel Mission, he
held the position of
Director of Cam-
pus Ministries and
Vice President of
Homeland Minis- THE
tries. THE
He has traveled JIM H
to 38 countries
to minister. After
9 years with the World Gos-
pel Mission, Jim returned
to pastoral ministry serv-
ing churches in Greenville,
Ohio; South Bend, Ind.;
and Keymar, Md., to the
present. He is married and
has have 3 children.
Also at the Conference
will be Marie Lanier, who
is with Servants in Faith
and Technology.
SIFAT is a nonprofit
organization that provides
training in self-help pro-


grams for a needy
world. SIFAT offers
opportunities for
,Christians to get
involved person-
ally, both to 'learn
from others and to
partner with them
OREV. in missions.
IOSEY Bryan and Beth
Tatum have been
called to serve as house
parents in The Costa,
Rica Methodist Children's
Home.
The Home is in the pro-
cess of being prepared and
is located northeast of San
J6se, Costa Rica, in the
town of Coronado.
Their areas of ministry
include the Orphanage
Ministry, Youth, Children
and Children-At-Risk.
A prayer vigil will start
Thursday at 6 p.m.
Friday events include


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a Fellowship Hall Fish
Fry and an evening cel-
ebration, all beginning at
5:30 p.m.
Saturday events be-
gin with a brunch at 9:15
a.m. in the Adult Wing,
and more events with an
evening celebration begin-
ning at 7 p.m.
Sunday's events begin
with a Men's breakfast in
the Fellowship Hall with
ladies invited. Sunday
School with the Mission-
aries begins at 9 a.m. A
worship service begins at
10 a.m., and a farewell pot-
luck luncheon will be at 11
a.m. There will be a praise
and thanksgiving service
at 6-p.m.
Everyone in the com-
munity is invited to come
and enjoy this conference.
For more details and times,
call Pam at 287-0648.


What's happening at IBC?


By Gladden Summerlin
We will be honoring
our High School and Col-
lege Graduates on May
17 at Immanuel Baptist
Church. We have 17 stu-
dents who will be graduat-
ing from high school and
1.6 students who wll l4e
graduating or have gradu-
ated since last May from
college. The day will begin
with breakfast for the stu-
dents and their parents in
Activities Center. They will
be recognized individually
and presented with a gift in
the worship service, which
begins at 10:30 a.m.
One of our high school
graduates, Kaitlyn Floyd,
was just awarded first
place in the Florida Baptist
Convention State Speakers
Tournament in Orlando.
She now has been entered
into the National competi-
tion during the summer. We


congratulate Kaitlyn.
Our next Men's Break-
fast will .be at 7 a.m. May
24 at Immanuel. Our guest
speaker for this event is
Pastor Ken Loubriel, pas-
tor of the Beulah Baptist
Church in Pensacola.
He,has a compassion for
youth and will share his life
story with us. I would en-
courage men and boys to
attend this breakfast with
us. First-time guests have
no financial obligation for
the meal. We encourage
the men and boys of the
community to attend.
May 17 is the beginning
of National Prayer Month
for Vacation Bible School.
Our church family will be
joining in various events
during this month to pray
for VBS.
Please join with us in
the excitement of worship
and services at Immanuel
Baptist Church.


Kornerstone BRIEFS


Hounds in the Park
The Hallelujah Hounds
will be at Carpenter's Park
on Saturday, May 16 at 6
p.m. This will be a free fam-
ily event with lots of great
music, fun and plenty of free
cotton candy, popcorn and
snow cones. The Hallelujah
Hounds are a life-size pup-
pet dog band that performs
oldies-style Christian music
with a lot of audience partici-
pation. All ages are welcome.
These events are just not for


kids. The adults have a great
time as well. For more infor-
mation or directions to, the
park, go to www.hallelujah-
hounds.com or call 675-1362.

Food Distribution .
Shepherd's House Min-
istries Inc. will be distribut-
ing food on Friday, May 15.
Sign-up time is 7 a.m. Dis-
tribution begins at 11 a.m.
with cutoff time being at 12
noon. For more informa-
tion, call 983-3228.


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Ask the Preacher

...a week/y column answering your
questions with Bibli//ca/ answers about/ lie.

Dear Pastor Gallups What is the very latest on the
Obama citizenship eligibility status? D.M. Milton

Dear D.M.
The very latest information, as of this article, is that
there is a case pending before the Supreme Court, filed
by Dr. Orly Taitz challenging his citizenship status. This
case is brought on behalf of over 100 U.S. Military offi-
cers and several State Representatives from a couple
of different States.
All of the reliable evidence to date indicates that
Obama may have been born in Kenya and that at the
time of his birth his father held British Citizenship. In
either or both of these cases he would be rendered
unconstitutional to sit as the lawful President. The U.S.
Constitution is clear that a person must be Natural Born
in order to serve as the President. The two scenarios
presented above do not fall under Natural Born.
Chief Justice Roberts, in front of over 3000 people
promised that he would hear the case and Justice
Scalia in front of several hundred attorneys promised
that he would hear the case. Both of these promises
have been reported in the media and'can be
researched easily on World Net Daily.
There are several other cases on the same matter
in the lower Federal Courts, all pending at this time.
Recently a court in California ruled that it was the
Congress' responsibility to deal with this issue.
This ruling is of particular interest to me, in light of
the fact that our own Congressman Jeff Miller -
responded to me in writing that he was "aware" of the
problem in this case and the possibility that Obama's
Hawaiian Birth Certificate posted on the net was not the
proper one. Yet, to-date, as of the correspondence I
have received from his office he apparently is choos-
ing to do NOTHING in pursuing this possible
Constitutional crisis nor is he informing his constituents
of any updated information, in spite of many requests to
do so.
This whole matter is of grave concern to me as a
voting citizen and as a Pastor. If the Constitution is dis-
regarded in this very clear mandate, what will this or
future administrations do with the First and Second
Amendment? These amendments give us the rights to
worship, preach and defend ourselves. Without them, F
we are not America anymore.
Carl Gallups is the Pastor of Hickory Hammock Baptist Church. in Milton. He has a Bachelor of
Science degree from Florida State University, and a Master of Divinity from The New Orleans
Baptist Theological Seminary. He has been pastor of HHBC since 1987. He serves as an
international Youth Evangelist for the Southern Baptist Convention preaching all over the U.S. and
Canada. For more information about HHBC, call 623-8959 or 626-8951, fax: 623-0197.
If you have any questions for Ask The Preacher, send it to: Ask The Preacher. Hickory Hammock
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Photography expo announced


Show to include contest
The Wide Angle Photo Club Inc.
is hosting the 16th annual Power of
Photography Show and Product Expo.
Show dates are July 10-12 in downtown
Pensacola at the Wright Place, 6 E.
Wright St.
Admission is free to the show, which
is open Friday, 10 a.m. to 9 pm. (in-
cluded as a downtown Gallery Night
trolley stop); Saturday, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.;
and Sunday, noon to 4 p.m. Last year's
POP show had 1,000 visitors in one
weekend.
Part of the POP show is a juried photo
contest; the other part is a product trade
expo with dozens of national vendors.
Free Saturday seminars will be offered


Our Practice is.
expanding to accept


Primary Care, and Internal.
Medicine Patients.
As always, we continue
to accept New
Cardiology Patients.


again. Contest entry fees, silent auctions,
sales commissions, and drawings for
products all benefit ARC Gateway, which
received $5,000 from the 2008 POP show.
Sue Straughn of WEAR-TV 3 is again
honorary show chair.
More than 900 photos were entered in
the contest last year. These Were juried
to the best 300 photo entries from adults
to display in July. All youth photos (tak-
en and entered by photographers under
age 16) are automatically juried into the
show.
Details on entering the 2009 photo
contest (check-in date is June 20 at ARC
Gateway) will be on the show sponsor's
web site, www.wideanglephotoclub.
org by mid-May. The entry fee is $10 per
photo.


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. War hero remembered


through scholarship award


Special to the Press Gazette
Corporal William T.
Cumbie, U.S. Marine Corps,
was remembered posthu-
mously at Greenville High
School's Army Junior ROTC
Annual Awards Banquet in
Greenville, Ala., recently.
Captain Cresheva John-
son, a graduating senior,
was awarded a $500 schol-
arship in Corporal Cumbie's
honor. James Copeland, a
Marine Veteran and recipi-
ent of two Purple Hearts
during the Vietnam War,
presented the award.
Mrs. Judy A. Cumbie
Shiver and the Cumbie fam-
ily of Milton established the
award. An outstanding cadet
is chosen from the Green-
ville High School Army
ROTC program for his or
her leadership abilities on
behalf of the service of Cor-
poral Cumbie to his country
and his ultimate sacrifice
during the Vietnam War.


Corporal Cumbie was
born in Jacksonville, Fla.,
but lived in Milton while
attending high school. He
resided with now-deceased
Milton Fire, Chief J.D.
Cumbie and wife, Marion,
both of Milton.
Corporal Cumbie was
a scout dog handler and
served with Company I,
Third Military Police Bat-
talion, 3rd Marine Division,
Republic of Vietnam.
On February 9, 1969,
Corporal Cumbie with his
dog, Bruno was point man
for Company I during a
'Search and Destroy'. op-
eration. He spotted enemy
soldiers occupying a well-
concealed ambush site.
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for his own safety, he shout-
ed a warning to his fellow
Marines and commenced
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emy position. Although
aware of his dangerous po-
sition, he continued draw-


ing the enemy's attention
while his fellow Marines
deployed to cover. While he
was engaged in covering
for his fellow Marines, he
was mortally wounded.
Because of his timely
action, he was an inspira-
tion to all who observed
him and saved the lives of
numerous Marines in the
patrol by his courage, bold
initiative and unwavering
devotion to duty.
Corporal Cumbie con-
tributed significantly to
the accomplishment of his
unit's mission. He upheld
the highest traditions of the
U.S. Marine Corps. Corpo-
ral Cumbie was posthu-
mously awarded the Silver
Star Medal, the Bronze Star
Medal with the "V" device,
and the Purple Heart. It is
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TEAM
from page Al
the Military section so folks
on the (Military Affairs
Committee of TEAM) can
sent [sic] prospects to the
site, but you wouldn't see it
if you weren't really looking
for it. Makes it easy for you
to just send someone to it
and not have to fax or get
into sharing more email
addresses."
Attempted to contact
Isaacson were unsuccessful.
But Salter pointed out a
misunderstanding between
the board and Anderson in
her e-mail dated Feb. 22,
2008.
"Cindy did misspeak or
misquote the board in her
e-mail," said Salter. "We
talked to base commanders
and former base command-
ers who might be qualified
locally, and I think that is
what a lot of this is about.
"Theselectioncommittee
directed Cindy to advertise
the position within local mil-
itary publications because
we felt like candidates, but
we had no intention to bury
or hide anything."
Isaacson has apparently
sent a letter to TEAM Santa
Rosa requesting the posi-
tion to be rebid and looked
at closer during their May
11 meeting, at which Salter
said the issue would be ad-
dressed.
Gandy retired from the
U.S. Air Force and Air Na-
tional Guard after 30 years
of service before coming to
Santa Rosa Medical Center
in 1998.
"He is the right person
to lead our military affairs
committee as we prepare
for the next round of BRAC
decisions in 2013, if not be-
fore that," said Salter. "Pete
has an extensive knowledge
of the military and items lo-
cally to the point we could
rebid every week and I am
not quite sure we could find
anyone more qualified than
him."
Reports indicate that
Isaacson could request an
investigation by State At-
torney Bill Eddins' office if
the board does not rescind
Gandy's selection Monday.
Although TEAM is an
independent organization,
most of its funding comes
from Santa Rosa County.
Thisyear, TEAM got$543,000
from the county's general
fund, made up primarily of
property tax revenue.
-Currently, TEAM's
board of directors is made
up of 13 members, most of
who represent the busi-
nesses, including Gulf
Power Co., Whitney Bank
and the Andrews Institute.
County Commissioner
Gordon Goodin represents
the county on the TEAM
board.
Gandy is no longer a
board member, but he is
listed as one of three indi-
vidual members along
with Isaacson and Milton
retiree Dick Hohorst.
Calls to Anderson and
Ed Gray, Chairman of
TEAM's board of directors
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causing prayers during or
in conjunction with school
events;
School officials are
permanently prohibited
from planning, organizing,
financing, promoting or
sponsoring religious ser-
vices, including baccalau-
reate services;


School officials are
permanently prohibited
from holding school events
at a religious venue when
an alternative secular ven-
ue is reasonable suitable;
School officials are
permanently prohibited
from promoting their per-
sonal religious beliefs to


students in class or during
a school event;
The district shall pay
damages to both plaintiffs
in the amount of $1.00; and
School officials shall
comply with the Federal
Equal Access Act.
"The parties' agree-
ment and the court's or-


der go a long way toward
securing religious liberty
in Santa Rosa County pub-
lic schools," said Daniel
Mach, Director of Litiga-
tion for the ACLU Program
on Freedom of Religion
and Belief.
"In our constitutional
system, students and par-


ents should have the right
to practice their faith or
no faith at all without
school officials endorsing
or promoting any particu-
lar religious viewpoints."
The order also requires
school officials to distribute
the order to school officials
in the district.


NURSES from page Al


Now that's a lot of nurses un-
der one roof. Yet it's just a hand-
ful considering the need for skilled
nurses in the area.
National Nurses Week, which
just ended, celebrates the millions
of nurses around the.. country who
have banded together to form a
professional group that promotes
their common cause and institutes
a sense of camaraderie among
them.
National Nurses Week culmi-
nates on May 12, the birthday of
Florence Nightingale, the found-
er of modern nursing. National
Nurses Week is celebrated annu-
ally from May 6, National Nurses
Day,.and continues throughout the
week.
This year's theme is Nurses:
Building a Healthy America. And
that's exactly what nurses are do-
ing at Santa Rosa Medical Center
according to Nursing Recruiter
Marsha Posey. and Nursing Ad-
ministrator Cecilia Wood.
Although it was not a highly
profiled week for local nursing
staff, the week of national recog-


nition was -noticed and appreci-
ated. Among a number of events
planned for the staff was a dinner
prepared in their honor.
Nursing is somewhat more im-
portant than we give the profes-
sion credit for.
"Often described as an art and
a science, nursing is a profession
that embraces dedicated people
with varied interests, strengths
and passions because of the many
opportunities the profession of-
fers," is how the American Nurs-
ing Association's Nursing World
characterizes it.
"As nurses, we work in emer-
gency rooms, school-based clinics,
and homeless shelters, to name a
few. We have many roles from
staff nurse to educator to nurse
practitioner and nurse researcher
- and serve all of them with pas-
sion for the profession and with
a strong commitment to patient
safety," the characterization con-
tinubs.
I According to the ANA, re-
searchers have determined that
advanced practice registered


nurses can provide 60 to 80 percent
of primary care services as well as
or better than physicians and at
a lower cost. And what's more, 49
states and the District of Columbia
allow advanced practice nurses to
prescribe medications.
The nursing culture has
changed over the years. Perhaps
the most significant change, has
been the uniform, Wood said. No
longer do we encounter a nurse
with a starched white cap and uni-
form. We see them dressed more
informally, uniformly, but in more
inviting and less intimidating
prints and colors.
And of course the pant suit is
the most popular, it seems, a far cry
from those years when such attire
would have been scandalous. Wood
explained that the change in uni-
forms was a patient-friendly move
that appeared to have gone over big
and remains entirely acceptable.
Just how important nursing
really is was reflected in a study
released a few years ago from the
Bureau of Labor Statistics that
puts registered nurses at the top


of the list of the 10 occupations'
likely to have the largest demand
and projected growth through
1012.
But we also learned that the
nursing workforce is aging, and
a shortage continues. Although
there are plenty of nursing schools,
administrators say they cannot
find enough teachers to adequate-
ly staff them.
"Traditionally," the ANA said,
"National Nurses Week is devoted
to highlighting the diverse ways
in which registered nurses, the
largest health care profession, are
working to improve health care.
From bedside nursing in hospitals
and long-term care facilities to the
halls of research institutions, state
legislatures and Congress, the
depth and breadth of the nursing
profession is meeting the expand-
ing health care needs of American
Society."
And if you have any doubt, don't
just take Wood's and Posey's words
for it. Ask any floor nurse, and he
or she will assure you that patients
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Wednesday, May 13, 2009


CONTEMPT from page Al


In preparation for the
February 20, 2009, Employee
of the Year Banquet at Sykes
Banquet Hall on Whiting Field
(Naval Air Station), District Ad-
ministrator Jud Crane, Director
of Purchasing and Contract Ad-
ministrator, requested that Ms.
Winkler, an administrative assis-
tant, offer a "thought for the day"
at the event.
In light of the Court's Order,
Ms. Winkler asked Mr. Crane if
she would be permitted "off
the record" to offer a prayer.
Ms. Winkler explained that she
would like to offer the prayer
and "will suffer whatever con-
sequences for" it. Id. at 8. While
Mr. Crane sympathized with
'Ms. Winkler's position, after Mr.
Crane checked with Defendant
Superintendent, Mr. Crane .in-
structed her that she would not
be permitted to offer a prayer. Id.
at 5-7. In response, Ms. Winkler
agreed to not offer the prayer,
but still present the "thought of
the day" because "[they] are in
a battle and there are diverse
ways to fight it."
On information and belief,
at the Employee of the Year
Banquet, when Ms. Winkler
was to,give her "thought of the
day," she appeared with her
husband, who is not a School
Board employee, and explained
because she was not able to of-
fer a prayer, her husband would
offer one in her stead. On infor-
mation and belief, thereafter,
on Ms. Winkler's prompting her
husband offered a prayer at the
school-sponsored event. School


District students and faculty,
the Superintendent, commu-
nity members, and one or more
member of the School Board
were present at the Employee-
of-the-Year Banquet. See Ex.
86-02 at 17. On information and
belief, no one either interceded
and stopped Ms. Winkler or her
husband or, if this was not possi-
ble, explained immediately after
the prayer to the audience (and
to Ms. Winkler) that the prayer
at the school event was inap-
propriate, violated the Court's
order, and will not be accepted
within the School District.
In response to this flagrant
violation, by memorandum dat-
ed March 10, 2009, Linda Novota,
a supervisor, explained that Mr.
Crane had informed Ms. Winkler
that "a prayer could not be given
either by an employee or a non-
employee," Ms.. Winkler had no
authority to have her husband of-
fer a prayer, and that she should
not do so in the future. Ex. 86- 02
at 26. On information and belief,
Ms. Winkler refused to acknowl-
edge receipt of the memoran-
dum by signing it. On informa-
tion and belief, Defendants have
taken no further action and Ms.
Winkler has received no mean-
ingful discipline by Defendants
for her violation of this Court's
order.
The complaint also alleges
other employees of the district
have potentially violated the
terms of the previous order.
"In an unrelated incident -
one for which Plaintiffs are not
currently seeking contempt, but


continue to investigate School
District leadership likewise failed
to properly remediate a violation
of the Court's order:"
During a school-day lun-
cheon on Wednesday, January
28, 2009, at the Dedication of
the new Field House at Pace
High School, Defendant Prin-
cipal Frank Lay asked Robert
Earl Freeman, Pace High Ath-
letic Director, to offer a prayer
to bless the food. See Ex. 86-02
at 1-4 ("In a traditional manner
[Mr. Lay] asked Athletic, Direc-
tor, Robert Freeman to bless
the food for the adults in atten-
dance. Respectfully he respond-
ed to [Mr. Lay's] request." Id. at
1. "Principal Frank Lay asked
[Mr. Freeman] to give thanks for
our lunch, which [Mr. Freeman]
did." Id. at 2. "[Mr. Lay] asked
Robert Freeman to ask a bless-
ing on the food. [Mr. Lay] shared
that [he is], arid [was] at the date
of this incident, aware of the
court injunction and aware that
this type of action is not permis-
sible under the injunction." Id. at
p. 3.).
Upon Mr. Lay's request, Mr.
Freeman offered a prayer at the
event. Pace High students and
faculty and community mem-
bers were present at the Dedica-
tion of the new Field House. In
response to Mr. Lay asking Mr.
Freeman to pray and Mr. Free-
man praying at a school event on.
Jan. 28, 2009, Defendant Super-
intendent instructed Mr. Lay and
Mr. Freeman to "avoid this type
of action as it not permitted or
[sic] as per the attached injunc-


tion." Ex. 86-02 at 3-4. Although
the actions of Mr. Lay and Mr.
Freeman appear to be in viola-
tion of the court's preliminary
injunction, Defendant Superin-
tendent nevertheless ends his
"reprimand" by thanking them
"for [their] leadership at Pace
High School." Id.
This second incident and the
leadership's response evidence
the continued practices within
the District. Counsel for the
Plaintiffs continues to investigate
this matter and the culpability of
those involved.
The ACLU attorneys told the
court that the Counsel for the
Plaintiffs is investigating addi-
tional issues, which are prema-
ture to be brought to the Court's
immediate attention.
The plaintiffs are asking the
court to order the following in re-
gards to the order filed:
(a) order Michelle Winkler
to show cause why the Court
should not find her in contempt
of the Court's Order (DE 48) and
require her to pay the Plaintiffs'
attorney fees and costs associ-
ated with the filing of this motion,
along with whatever other action
the Court deems appropriate;
(b) order the Defendants to
produce any other records or
communication relating (1) the
Winkler violation, (2) the appar-
ent violation by Mr. Lay and Mr.
Freeman, and (3) any other vio-
lation of the Court's Preliminary
Injunction Order (DE 48);
(c) order the Defendants to
prohibit Ms. Winkler from speak-
ing generally to the audience at a


school event until such time that
she agrees, in writing, to comply
with the Court's orders in this
matter; and
(d) order the Defendants to
identify all circumstances for
the period of January 19, 2009,
through June 1, 2009, in which
a prayer occurred or occurs at
a school-sponsored event or on
school grounds and explain why
these prayers do not violate the
Court's Order (DE 48) or the
Consent Decree and Order, if ap-
proved by the Court.
The following is the actual
comment on compliance listed in
the complaint:
"Over the course of the past
month and one-half, Plaintiffs'
counsel has conferred with the
Defendants' counsel in a good
faith effort to resolve by agree-
ment the issues raised in this
motion. In a number of letters
and telephone calls, the parties
attempted to agree mutually on
a proper course of action to re-
mediate these past violations)
so to ensure they are not repeat-
ed. Ultimately, the parties-could
not agree on remediation as an
alternative to this motion. The
Defendants oppose the relief
sought."
Counsels for the plaintiffs
are: Benjamin Stevenson, Glenn
Katon, Randall Marshall, Ma-
ria Kayanan, Daniel Mach, and
Heather Weaver.
To view court documents, in-
cluding the motion filed and all
evidence associated with the
filing, please see www.srpress
gazette.com.


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By BILL GAMBLING
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Milton Police have cited the
driver who drove through Mor-
gan Investments.
Joseph Marnell, 38, of Mil-
ton, for no proof of insurance
and driving while suspended
with knowledge.
According to the two ac-
cident reports obtained from
the Milton Police Department,
Marnell was east bound on
Highway 90 and struck the
right rear of a vehicle driven by
Christa Lynne Pate.
After striking the rear of
Pate's Chevy, he continued on
and drove through the side of
Morgan Investments.
Sgt. Jino Catalfu's report in-
dicated that Marnell had a sei-
zure while driving the car prior
to the accident about 12:20 p.m.
April 22.
"The car was involved in
what was reported as a hit
and run when it side swiped
an SUV," said Sgt. Jino Catalfu
with the Milton Police Depart-
ment.
This is the second time in
less than one year this has hap-
pened, with the first incident
occurring in the wee hours of
May 16, 2008.
In the car with Marnell were
34-year-old Ana McCarty of
Biloxi, Miss., and a 4-year-old
Katyana.
"McCarty apparently was
trying to drive the car during
the medical emergency and
could not make the curve at
Highway 90 and Canal Street,"
said Sgt. Catalfu. "There were
a lot of cars in the area of Canal
Street and she did a great job


trying to avoid them."
According to Sgt. Cataflu's
report, Marnell's estimated
speed at the time of impact was
50 miles per hour in a 25 mile
per hour zone.
Since the accident Fred
Morgan, president of Morgan
Investments, has been working
out of his office at home.
"I am done," said Morgan,
who is now working from his
home and is looking to find a
new location for his office. "This
is two times in one year.
"Someone is trying to say,
'Fred it is time to move.' We
will not be reopening in this lo-
cation again."
Morgan left the building just
before the accident occurred,
but Stella Baker was at her
desk in the front part of the of-
fice.
"I heard what sounded like a
sonic boom and then the build-
ing started to shake," said Bak-
er, who was less than six feet
away from where the impact
occurred.
Morgan himself does feel
very lucky when he looks
back.
"My desk is right in front of
that wall," said Morgan. "I was
sitting behind my desk no more
than five minutes before the ac-
cident happened.
"I was at my desk making
some phone calls when I had to
get up to keep a lunch appoint-
ment I had made to attend a
ribbon cutting with the Santa
Rosa County Chamber of Com-
merce."
The damage to Morgan In-
vestments was estimated at
$75,000, according to the report
made by the Milton Police De-
partment.


PHOTOS BY BILL GAMBLING I Press Gazette
Above, Milton firefighters use a
sledgehammer to widen the opening
in the side of Morgan Investments
to remove a car that drove into the
building Wednesday afternoon about
12:20 p.m. The car was driven by
Joseph Marnell, 38, of Milton, who
is believed to have suffered a seizure
while driving. At left, the car driven
by Joseph Marnell, 38, of Milton, as
it rests inside of Morgan Investments
on Highway 90 in Milton. No one in
the office was injured, but this is the
second car to drive into the building in
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Santa


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Chorus and band students outshine the competition


JENI BOOKER SENTER
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Avalon Middle School, Mil-
ton High School and Pace High
School musicians have recently
been honored.
.Congratulations go to the
Avalon Middle School chorus,
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ing Abraham Lincoln's Bicen-
tennial in Washington DC.
Forty-five Avalon Middle
Schools chorus students trav-
eled to Washington DC on April
22 and returned on April 27
after performing in honor of
Abraham Lincoln's Bicenten-
nial Birthday.
In additional to performing
at the Lincoln Memorial and the
VA Medical Center, the students
toured museums and memori-
als.
Vice president of "Anything
is possible. Please ask" at the
Grand Stage Roger Bottomfield
said the experience is one of a
lifetime..
"This is 'real life' learning
done outside of the classroom.
Through all of these experienc-
es will help create memories to
last a lifetime... congratulations
again to Ms. 'ITyner and her fine
work with the chorus students
at Avalon Middle School," says
Bottomfield.
For the first time in the his-
tory of Milton High School,'
the symphonic band traveled
to State Competition. Milton
High and Pace High symphonic
bands both attended the SBA
District I competition in March
and took away overall superior
ratings which resulted in Pace
High's Jarrod Leddy's first ever
trip to state competition as well
as Pace High School's first state


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lead the survivors lap at the Milton Relay for Life. Earlier this
year the drumline finished in the top three at a national compe-
tition in Ohio.
"This is 'real life' learning done outside of the classroom.
Through all of these experiences will help create memories to last a lifetime..."
Roger Bottomfield
competition in ten years, the state competition. Okaloosa, and Escambia coun- ton High School rated 'Superior'
Leddy, who is a former Mil- "These kids were playing col- ties and that Milton aild Pace and Pace High rated 'Excel-
ton High drum major under the legiate level literature and did a were two of only nine overall lent.'
tutelage of Mr. Gray Weaver of great job. I am proud of them," superior ratings at the compe- The Pace High School Drum
the Milton High School sym- says Leddy. k tition featuring 29 high school line also has reason to celebrate.
phonic band, says the bands Leddy says the district cornm- bands. They finished in the top five in a
both performed exceptionally at petition included Santa Rosa, At the state competition Mil- national competition.


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Bluegrass concert to
be held at PJC Milton
The Gulf Coast Blue-
grass Music Association
Monthly Concert and
Jam Session will be Sat-
urday, May 23, 2009. It is
held at the PJC Milton
Campus in building 4200,
which is also the Student
Activity Center. The cost
is $4.00 for non-members
and $2.00 for members.
The concert will feature
Bluegrass Prigrims at 6
p.m. and The Webb Fam-
ily at 7 p.m. The doors
open at 5:00 p.m., with the
concert starting at 6:00
p.m. and the jam session


for all abilities starting at
8:00 p.m. The PJC Alpha
Beta Gamma Student
Business Club is serving
dinner plates and refresh-
ments beginning at 5 p.m.
Come early, eat dinner
and socialize. Door priz-
es and "Split the Pot" are
part of the fun. For more
information: Call Diane
Bates at 850-623-3325 or
check the web site www.
gcbma.com.
Sit-N-Sew moving
to new location
The Night Sit N Sew is
moving from RSVP in Mil-
ton to The Quilting Station


in Pace (4507 Chumuckla
Highway). Our first meet-
ing will be May 14th from
6 9 p.m. If you have any
questions, call Deb at 293-
7138.
Bagdad Market Day
calling for vendors
The Bagdad Village
Preservation Associa-
tion's Spring Market Day
is scheduled for Saturday,
May 30th from 9 a.m. until
3 p.m. The annual event
will once again be held at
the Bagdad Community
Center located at the cor-
ners of Pooley and School
streets (6860 Pooley St.) in


historic Bagdad.
Applications are being
accepted for Craft and Col-
lectible vendors for both
indoor and outdoor booth
space. To reserve space,
contact Michael John-
son at 850-293-5349 or Sue
Woodson at fourgrand@
cox.net For more informa-
tion on the Bagdad Village
Preservation Association,
visit the association's web
site at www.bagdadvillage.
org.
Knights of Columbus
hold garage sale
The Milton Knights
of Columbus will hold a


huge Garage Sale at their
storage unit in the large
storage building in the
rear of Milton Storage
Center (the old Vanity
Fair Building) on Vanity
Fair Road from 9 a.m. to
2:30 p.m. on Friday and
Saturday, May 15th and
16th. Sale items include
assorted 8-foot tables,
chairs, office furniture and
equipment, a heavy-duty
8-foot picnic table, as-
sorted power tools, chain
saws, commercial kitchen
cooking pots, pans and
utensils, Xerox copier, 25-
inch color TV, small elec-
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The City of Milton's His-
toric Preservation Board is
scheduled to meet in regu-
lar session on Thursday,
May 14 at 5:30 p.m. in the
Council Chambers at City
Hall, 6738 Dixon Street, Mil-
ton. All meetings are open
to the public. For more in-
formation, call 983-5440.
Krewe of Lafitte
to host parade
The Krewe of Lafitte,
Pensacola's hometown
pirates, hosts their illumi-
nated Fiesta Celebration
Parade on Saturday, May
16 in downtown Pensac-
ola. The parade will start
at 7 p.m. at the corner of
Spring and Garden Streets
and follow the traditional
parade route. Handicap
parking will be provided
at the city parking lot
on the southwest corner
of Gregory and Palafox
Streets. The Parade may
also be viewed at that lo-
cation. In addition to the
Krewe of Lafitte's illumi-
nated Pirate Ships, there
will be other ships, floats,
and marching units. All
will have plenty of throws
tp wow the revelers. Come
out and celebrate with the
Krewe of Lafitte. Join the
greatest Pirate of them
all, Jean Lafitte, and his
band of rowdy pirates
at the Krewe of Lafitte
Fiesta Celebration Pa-
rade, Saturday, May 16, at
7 p.m. When you hear the
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By Ens. Andrew Stephenson
NAS Whiting Field Public Affairs
Sailors, Marines, Coast
Guardsmen, and their fam-
ilies from Naval Air Station
Whiting Field (NASWF)
and Training Air Wing
FIVE (TW-5) joined with
other community groups
to clean up the commu-
nity during the Santa Rosa
Great American Cleanup.
This event is part of the
nationwide Keep America
Beautiful's Great American
Cleanup, sponsored locally
by the Santa Rosa Clean
Community System.
More than 150 volunteers
from base organizations
and commands collected
176 bags of trash along
22.3 miles of local roads.
The Great American
Cleanup runs nationwide
from March 1 through
May 31, and the Santa Rosa
event is held every year on
the third Saturday in April
to coincide with Earth Day
celebrations. According to
the Santa Rosa Clean Com-


munity System Web site, Friday when a group of
"The goal of the event is to 87 volunteers from TW-5
get the community involved cleared enough litter to fill
in cleaning up our own back 112 large refuse bags. The
yard, raising awareness of volunteers were split into
the economic, health and 8 groups to clean along
tourism benefits of having 15 miles of local roads. Air
a clean environment and wing personnel picked up
generating pride among debris along Avalon Bou-
the citizens." levard from the railroad
NASWF personnel, fam- overpass area south to the
ilies and friends all joined Garcon Point Bridge Toll
in with a kickoff April 17 Booth, including all Inter-
and helped make the big state Highway 10 ramps;
event Saturday, April 18 a Old Bagdad Highway from
huge success. Avalon Blvd east to Henry
Cleanup efforts began Street; Munson Highway


from Stewart Street east to
the Blackwater Trail Park-
ing Area; and along Ander-
son Road between Berry
Hill Rd andWillard Norris
Road.
Saturday was the pri-
mary day of the event, and
Whiting Field personnel
worked in various locations
throughoutthe area. Groups
from the base's Crash Divi-
sion, NASWF First Class
Petty Officer's Association,
the Naval Branch Health
Clinic, Air Traffic Control,
Training Squadron TWO,


and Helicopter Training
Squadron EIGHTEEN col-
lected in excess of 50 bags
of garbage.
These 95 volunteers
were responsible for clean-
ing nearly 8 miles of local
roadways. The areas cov-
ered were along Route 90
from Dogwood to Avalon
Boulevard, State Highway
89/Dogwood from the inter-
section of Route 90 to the
intersection of Willard Nor-
ris Road, State Highway 89/
Dogwood from the intersec-
tion of Willard Norris Road
down to Stewart Street, and
along State Highway 87/89/
Stewart up to the Skyline
Fire Department, and along
State Highway 87.
"Having our group help
with the Santa Rosa Coun-
ty Great American Cleanup
was a great opportunity
to come out and show our
continued support for our
community," Petty Officer
First Class Pamela Jenkins
said.
KeepAmericaBeautiful's
Great American Cleanup is


the nation's largest commu-
nity improvement program
and involves an estimated
3 million volunteers and
attendees, donating many
hours to clean, beautify and
improve local communities
in all 50 states.
"As one of the facilitators
for this annual countywide
community service project,
it was great to see such
outstanding participation
and support from the TW-5'
flight students and Instruc-
tor Pilots as well as many
of the NASWF organiza-
tions," said Kelly McCoy,
Great American Cleanup
coordinator for this years
campaign on the base.
"This years Great Ameri-
can. Cleanup campaign
was by far the best turnout
we've had during the five
years I've been involved.
The TW-5/NASWF team
provided a significant con-
tribution to the overall suc-
cess of the 2009 campaign.
Thanks and well done to all
the volunteers who partici-
pated this year."


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Attorney General McCollum reaches

settlement with directory company


Attorney General Bill
McCollum has announced
that his Economic Crimes
Division has reached a set-
tlement with a nationwide
telephone directory com-
pany resolving allegations
of deceptive business prac-
tices. US-Yellow: National
Business Book agreed to
modify its business prac-
tices so that its direct mail
solicitations would no lon-
ger resemble local yellow
pages telephone directory
invoices and improve dis-


closures related to its au-
tomatic renewal provision.
The company has already
reimbursed customers
over $85,000 either through
restitution or cleared ac-
count balances.
US-Yellow, which is also
known as Allied Telephone
Directories, Global Di-
rectories, Inc., and Global
Directories LLC was the
subject of hundreds of
consumer complaints filed
with the Attorney Gener-
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ported they mistook the
company's solicitation for
a renewal notice from their
local yellow pages directo-
ry and paid what they be-
lieved to be an invoice. An
investigation also revealed
that the company was ac-
cused of enrolling consum-
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agreed to modify the for-
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regarding the automatic
renewal terms clear and
conspicuous, and contin-
ue its present refund and
cancellation policies. Addi-
tionally, US-Yellow will re-
imburse the state $90,000
for attorney's fees and in-
vestigative costs.


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May: Military Appreciation

and Women's Health Month


Special to the Press Gazette
May is National Military
Appreciation Month and
Women's Health Month at
your Santa Rosa County
Library.
'National Military Ap-
preciation Month is a time
for us all to think about
the sacrifices made by our
military and their families.
National Military Appre-
ciation Month includes VE
Day, Military Spouse Day,
Loyalty Day, Armed Forces
Day, National Day of Prayer
and Memorial Day.
Women's Health Month
encourages women to take
simple steps for a longer,
healthier, and happier life
through education about
healthy lifestyles and the
importance of taking appro-


private health actions based
on individual background
and risk factors.
Visit your local library
before the end of May to
view displays and check
out titles recognizing these
events. Visit the- library
home page at www.santa
rosa.fl.gov/libraries to link
to Health & Wellness Re-
source Center, containing
access to medical, health
and wellness information
on issues such as cancer.
The Santa Rosa County
Library System is a depart-
ment of the Santa Rosa
County Board of County
Commissioners. Libraries
are located in Gulf Breeze,
Jay, Milton, Navarre, and
Pace. Further information
is available at http://www.
santarosa.fl.gov/libraries.


Nominations requested

for Women's Hall of Fame


Nominations for the
2009-2010 Florida Women's
Hall of Fame are being ac-
cepted through Wednes-
day, July 15, by the Florida
Commission on the Status
of Women. Since its incep-
tion in 1982, the Hall of
*Fame has recognized and
honored Florida women
who, through their lives
and works, have made sig-
nificant contributions to
the improvement of life for
all citizens of the state.
The Commission ac-
cepts nominations to the
Hall of Fame annually be-,
tween April 1 and July 15.
Following deliberations,
the Commission will rec-
ommend 10 nominees to
the Governor, who will se-
lect up to three women for
induction into the Hall in a
March 2010 ceremony.
Prioi' inductees include
former U.S. Attorney Gen-


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Gloria Estefan, interna-
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athletes Chris Evert and
Althea Gibson, Pilot Betty
Skelton Frankman, Bet-
hune-Cookman College
founder Mary McLeod
Bethune, Congresswomen
Carrie Meek, Tillie Fowler
and Ruth Bryan Owen,
Florida Trend Publisher
Lynda Keever and Ever-
glades advocate and suf-
fragist Marjory Stoneman
Douglas.
Nomination forms may
be obtained by writing: The
Florida Commission on the
Status of Women, Office of
the Attorney General, PL-
01, The Capitol, Tallahas-
see, FL 32399-1050, or by
calling 850-414-3300. Forms
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Resignation opens up County Judge seat


The First Circuit Judicial
Nominating Commission is now
accepting application for a Coun-
ty Judge position in Escambia
County.
The vacancy was created by
the resignation of Judge G.J.
Roark, III.
Applicants must be a reg-
istered voter, a member of the
Florida Bar for the past five
years, and reside within the First
Judicial Circuit.
The First judicial Circuit
Nominating Commission who
will send no less than three and
no more than six names to the
Governor will screen applica-
tions.
The Governor then has 60
days from the receipt of the list


of nominees to make the appoint-'
ment.
Interviews are tentatively
scheduled for June 30, beginning
at 9 a.m. and all day July 1.
The interviews will take place
at the Escambia County Court-
house in Pensacola.
Application may be obtained
from the chairperson of the com-
mission, Wanda J. Clapp, Esq. at
Jones and Flowers on John Sims
Parkway in Niceville, Monday
through Friday from 9 a.m. to 5
p.m. or from the Florida Bar web-
site, www.flabar.org.
Ms. Clapp must receive an
original and nine copies of the
completed application, includ-
ing a photograph, no later than 5
p.m. on June 1.


It's lights out
Sea turtle nesting season
has begun on Florida's beaches,
which means beach residents
and visitors need to follow a few
precautions to ensure a success-
ful season.
Lights along the beach should
be managed to prevent disorient-
ing a female that comes ashore
at night, according to biologists
with the Florida Fish and Wild-
life Conservation Commission
(FWC). To do this, lights that are
needed for human safety should
be shielded so they are not vis-
ible from the beach or turned off
when not needed. The instincts
of the ancient sea creature tell
her to proceed toward the bright-
er horizon over the ocean. Bright
lights on the landward side of the


for sea turtle nesting season


beach can confuse the nesting
sea turtle and the hatchlings that
emerge from the nest. Lights on
the beach can lead them away
from the ocean.
"Just one light can kill thou-
sands of turtles over several
years," said Dr. Robbin Trindell,
a biologist with the FWC. "Many
lights burn all night without con-
tributing to human safety."
Five species of sea turtles
nest on Florida beaches, with
the loggerhead showing up in
the largest numbers. Green and
leatherback sea turtles also nest
in the Sunshine State. Two oth-
er species, Kemp's Ridley and
hawksbill sea turtles, nest in-
frequently in Florida but inhabit
Florida waters. The FWC lists


the loggerhead as a threatened
species; the other four are listed
as endangered.
In modern-day Florida,
hatchlings must crawl through
a battlefield of debris left by hu-
mans. FRrniture discarded by
lazy beachgoers can obstruct a
nesting female turtle or become
a trap for the hatchlings.
"We can all help sea turtles
survive," Trindell said. "If we just
take personal responsibility, we
can go a long way to ensure the
sea turtle co-exists with us for
many more years to come."
For wildlife-friendly lighting
options, go to MyFWC.com/CON-
SERVATION/Conservation_Liv-
ingWith_WildlifeLighting_index.
htm.


Honoring EMS

Special to the Press Gazette

National Emergency
Services Week is recog-
nized May 17th through
the 23rd. Santa Rosa
Medical Center (SRMC) is
pleased to announce a cel-
ebration of recognition for
the excellent contribution
these heroes provide to
the citizens of Santa Rosa
County. Our Firefighters,
Police, Sherriff Depu-
ties, Paramedics, and Life
Flight personnel play an
important role in deliver-
ing the highest quality
services and we at SRMC
invite you to join us in hon-
oring them.
The celebration is Sat-
urday, May 23rd, from 10:00
a.m. to 2:00 p.m. The event
will take place in the Lock-
lin Education Classrooms
and the adjacent parking
lot located behind SRMC.
There will be activities for
children plus an educa-
tional opportunity to see
Emergency Vehicles along
with a Life Flight Helicop-
ter. A complimentary cook-
out will take place that will
be free to all visitors. Call
626-5113 for additional in-
formation.


Santa posa Medical Center is pleased
t6 welcome Steven Kronlage, M.D. to
L their medical staff. Board certified
in orthopedic surgery, Dr. Kronlage
specializes in hand surgery.


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of Medicine from Louisiana Dr. K
State University Medical Center Ortho
School of Medicine in New Orleans, Milton
Louisiana. He completed his residency an apr

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University Health Sciences Center and then went
on to complete his fellowship at Harvard Medical
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specializing in hand, microvascular, and upper
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Hearing loss on the rise among younger Americans


Special to the Press Gazette
Hearing loss currently affects
more than 36 million Americans
today. Although hearing problems
are commonly associated with the
normal aging process, more than
half of all hearing-impaired per-
sons are younger than 65. With
the increased use of personal mu-
sic players (MP3s) and earbuds,
the number of Americans experi-
encing hearing loss at a younger
age is growing.
On average, most Americans
consider hearing loss a condi-
tion that is simply associated
with aging, and don't know how
to recognize the condition or who
is qualified to diagnose and treat


the condition. In an effort to raise
public awareness for the growing
number of Americans suffering
from hearing loss, the American
Academy of Audiology in conjunc-
tion with Hearing Solutions of the
Emerald Coast, Inc. is celebrating
Better Hearing Month this May.
As part of Better Hearing
Month, Hearing Solutions of the
Emerald Coast, Inc. is encourag-
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of their hearing health.
"Hearing loss can be caused
by exposure to loud noises; ear in-
fections, trauma, or ear disease;
harm to the inner ear and ear
drum; illness or certain medica-
tions; and deterioration due to
normal aging process," explains
Dr. John Carter.
A Doctor of Audiology is a
highly educated and clinically
experienced health-care profes-


sional who specializes in evaluat-
ing, diagnosing, and treating peo-
ple with hearing loss and balance
disorders. Hearing loss can affect
patients of all ages-newborns,
infants, babies, toddlers, children,
teens, adults, and the elderly.
You may have a problem with
your hearing and need to see a
Doctor of Audiology, if you have
trouble hearing conversation in
a noisy environment such as a


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Wednesday, May 13, 2009


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Santa Rosa's Press Gazette | B7


By JENI BOOKER SENTER
jsenter@srpressgazette.com
Despite a troubling na-
tional economy, one area
business continues to turn
a profit and says keeping a
'chin up' during hard times
will reap long-term ben-
efits.
Kristy Johnson has ex-
panded her business to in-
clude both Spit Endz hair
salon and Sun Kissed Tan-
ning and Nails.
"I have been very fortu-
nate in being able to have
my sister Kim (Coleman)
manage the tanning side
of the business, and I man-
age the hair side," Johnson
said. "It is great to have
someone you can trust and
rely on. I know I can count
on her to handle things."
Johnson knocked down
the walls that had divided
the two businesses and ex-
panded her profit margin at
the same time.
"We bought the tanning
salon on April 1, 2009,"
Johnson satd. "We opened
up the businesses, and the
consignment shop moved
out of the back, so we want
to offer massage, facials,
the whole deal and may-
be put in a couple more
hair stations over here,"
she said as she swept her
arms around the spacious
and inviting salon.
"We have five tanning
beds, three mega beds
with brand new bulbs, and
a stand-up bed," Johnson
said. "On the hair side,
we specialize in color -
all the hairstylists special-
ize in color and highlights."
Johnson said she hopes
the business will be able
to start offering massages
within the next, several
months.
Johnson's husband John


works for Farm Bureau. She
said he "is the brains behind
the paperwork and every-
thing."
The couple has two chil-
dren, Taryn, 14, whlo attends
Hobbs Middle and Tyler, 17,
who plays football and base-


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Conservation director honored


Local business continues


to prosper despite economy


Kenneth Haddad, ex-
ecutive director of the
Florida Fish. and Wildlife
Conservation Commission
(FWC), received a conser-
vation award from the U.S.
Fish and Wildlife Service
for his efforts in partner-
ing with the service.
The U.S. Fish and Wild-
life Service annually recog-
nizes those organizations
and individuals throughout
the nation that partner with
the service to accomplish
conservation goals.
"The service accom-
plishes its conservation
work with the help of many
diverse partners," said
Sam D. Hamilton, the U.S.


Fish and Wildlife Service's
Southeast regional direc-
tor, in a press release.
Haddad was recognized
for his leadership and sup-
port for U.S. Fish and Wild-,
life Service projects, such
as the Manatee Forum,
manatee law enforcement
efforts, bald eagle man-
agement, the Interagency
Florida Panther Response
Team and the Southeast
Aquatic Resources Part-
nership.
Haddad began his ca-
reer in 1978 as a marine
biologist with Florida's
Department of Natural
Resources. When the FWC
was formed in 1999, Had-


ball for Milton High.
Johnson said she is for-
tunate to be able to provide
jobs for 10 Santa Rosans.
"I have myself doing
hair, Kim who manages
the tanning and nails, Rilee
Wyatt doing nails, ,Viki
Strachen doing nails, Chris-
tine O'brien doing hair and
nails, AshleyJernigan doing
hair Katie Coleman, Melis-
sa Welch, and Dana Penfold
who are all tanning techni-
cians, and Wendy Smith do-
ing hair," says Johnson.
With a 'chin up' and
positive thinking, this Santa
Rosa business is staying
busy six days a week
Coleman and Welch will
be graduating in December
from hair school.
"We stay booked up all
day pretty much," Coleman
said. "It stays really busy,
and right now we have some
great deals."


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Wednesday, May 13, 2009


Celebrate the 90th anniversary of famous NC-4 flight


First transatlantic flight commemorated May


1-31 at the National Naval Aviation Museum


Travel back in history when the luxu-
ries of flight attendants, beverage service
and transcontinental hops didn't exist, to
a time where the physics of flight was just
taking off the ground, a mere 15 years af-
ter the first aircraft lifted off the Earth to-
ward the sky. The National Naval Aviation
Museum will celebrate the 90th anniver-
sary of the first flight across the Atlantic
by rewinding the time machine back to
the year 1919 when the gutsy crew of the
NC-4 (Navy-Curtiss) braved the unchart-
ed skies over the world's second-largest
body of water. Tour guides relive the fate-
ful journey for visitors with special addi-
tion to museum tours at the NC-4 flying
boat exhibit May 1-31.


Three airplanes set out on the voyage
to be the first aircraft to cross over the At-
lantic Ocean. Only one plane, the NC-4 fly-
ing boat, successfully completed the aer-
ial crossing from Rockaway Long Island,
N.Y, on May 8, 1919, to Lisbon, Portugal,
on May 27, 1919, to Plymouth, England, on
May 30, 1919. The exhibit, housed in the
south wing of the museum, displays the
actual, fully restored NC-4, and features
authentic audio and video recordings,
newspaper articles, life-size photographs,
biographies of crewmembers and per-
sonal mementos from the crew, including
medals and decorations received for the
flight.
In honor of the historic turning point


in aviation, museum guests will receive
a special flyer commemorating the 90th
anniversary of the NC-4's flight, a rep-
lication of the original flyer from a war
bond tour of 1920. Quantities are 'lim-
ited.
Facts about the NC-4 and the first
transatlantic flight:
The NC-4 was designed as a long-
range patrol aircraft capable of attacking
the dreaded German U-Boats in WWI.
The aircraft measures 24 feet high
and 68 feet long with a top wingspan of
126 feet.
The NC-4 reaches a top speed of
85 miles per hour and has a range of 17
hours.


Original plans for the transatlan-
tic flight called for four NC boats (NC-1,
NC-2, NC-3 and NC-4) but only the NC-4
reached her destination.
Total flight time, including stops, was
42 hours, 13 minutes.
The historic transatlantic flight was
commanded by A.C. Read, who later com-
manded NAS Pensacola. The NAS Pen-
sacola golf course is also named after
him.
Admission to the museum is free. For
a complete list of upcoming events at the
museum, visit www.navalaviationmu-
seum.org or call the Naval Aviation Mu-
seum Foundation at 850-453-2389 or 800-
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LocalWomen's Club member wins second place in state competition


During the
recent meet-
ing of the GFWC
Milton Woman's
Club, Inc., it was
announced that.
club member,
Janet Rothbart, JAN
won second place ROTH
in her category
during the Florida
Federation of Women's
Club annual arts and crafts
competition. Every club in
the state held individual
competitions and all local
first place winners com-
peted by category in Or-
lando the weekend of April
17-19.
In January, Rothbart
entered the fabric appli-
que/collage category. Her
subject was based on the
Woman's Club theme of
'Sharing Hope for a Bet-
ter Tomorrow" and Noah's
Ark. She choose the art
form because she enjoys
doing feltworks. It took
approximately 30 hours
to create. The piece had
10 animals on the ark and
each piece was created
freehand. Rothbart said:
"I've been doing feltworks
for about three years now
and enjoy those that I cre-
ate from my own design
more than those from kits,


although the kits
can be fun too and
are a great way for
anyone to start."
The monthly
meeting was hosted
by the club's conser-
NET vation department,
ElT chaired by local ar-
BART tisan, Pam Mitchell.
Guest speaker for
the evening was Theresa
Friday, residential- horti-
culture extension agent for
Santa Rosa County. She
spoke on butterfly garden-
ing, recycling and com-
posting.
A beautiful "walk
through the garden" sal-
ad buffet was presented.
Members and guests en-.
joyed a wide variety of
greens and vegetables, all
served in lettuce and kale
lined flower pots and wood-
en servingbowls. Second
speaker was unable to at-
tend but it was announced
that the Milton Clubhouse
has been chosen to be part
of "Paint Your Heart Out"
later this year.
At the conclusion of the
business meeting portion
of the evening, election of
officers for 2009-2010 were
held. The- following offi-
cers were elected and will
be installed in the regular


monthly meeting in May:
President, Anthea' Amos;
1st vice president, Paula
Lou Mapoles; 2nd vice


president, Cecile Stephens;
recording secretary, Janet
Rothbart; corresponding
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Wednesday, May 13, 2009


Miss MHS 2009 pageant winner announced


Adriana Zazil Schummer, repre-
senting the Spanish Club, was
crowned the 2009 Miss MHS.


PHOTOS BY BILL GAMBLING I Press Gazette
Miss MHS and her court for 2009. From left to right are Miss Conginiality Paige Elizabeth Thomason, fourth runner-up Erika
Lynn Rowe, second runner-up Kathryn Elizabeth Baldwin, Miss MHS 2009 Adriana Zazil Schummer, first runner-up Heather
Lynn Lowery, third runner-up Courtney Nicole Alexander, and Most Photogenic Ashley Nichole Cox. More photos from this
years pageant can be found on-line at www.srpressgazette.com.


Katharine Patricia Smith, represent-
ing the Class of 2012, introduces
herself to the audience and also
does her introduction using Ameri-.
can Sign Language at Saturday's
Miss MHS Pageant.


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SALUTES ..


JACKIE CRUTCHFIELD
SAlthough Jackie Crutchfield is not a true
... Native Daughter (Walton's DeFuniak Springs
is quite acceptable, though, thank you very
much), you cquld never tell it from the loyalty
and devotion she has so liberally bestowed
upon our community, working hard, raising
her family, and managing to field careers that
have kept her pretty much in the public eye
Over the years. s
Even after she met and married her late
'---- husband, Wayne, in 1969, she never let go of
*her dreams of having a career of her own. But
Se Wayne's came first, of course, and she blend-
I ed her various activities to complement his in
the workplace. After spending some years
with him in various locations while he was
affiliated with Carp's Dept. Store in Milton,
Jackie and he.returned to Milton where they
Jackie Crutchfield owned and operated the Four Seasons
Clothing Store on Dogwood Drive.
During nine years beginning in 1978, Jackie became affiliated with the First
National Bank in Milton where in various capacities she continued to see many
of her friends and neighbors on a daily basis. As the years progressed, she and
Wayne raised a son and daughter, Todd and Amy Frizzell, who blessed them with
six wonderful grandchildren they were able to enjoy together before his untimely
passing.
Jackie now owns and operates Woodie's Florist and Gifts, a retirement ven-
ture that she and Wayne planned to retire with. On any given day you will be able
to encounter her as she goes about her latest career dedicated to bringing joy and a
good cheer to other people's lives through flowers and gift items.
Jackie is a wonderful lady, forever mindful of the comfort and well being of oth-
ers. Her spiritual values are strongly embedded in everything she does and every-
thing she stands for as she worships in the Community of Christ Church in
Milton. Her energy, imagination, ingenuity, and appreciation of life, all of which
she shares so unselfishly with others, make her an outstanding person.
Thank you, Jackie, for all the positive things you stand for and share with us.
You're a role model that we can all identify with and appreciate! This salute is
our way of slowing how much we think of you as an individual, a kindred spirit,
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married to Justin Campbell & daughter of
Arthur Yonker & Carolyn & Scott Poley
would like to announce her graduation
from Barry University College of Law on
May 16, 2009.
Shelly graduated from Central High in 1999
and attended PJC where she graduated in
July 2002 with her Associates of Arts in
accounting. Shelly then attended FSU where
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of Science in Political Science, Minor in
Economics.
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< Law where she will graduate
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Law. After graduation sghe
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Theresa Joachimi, CHPN,
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fied by the National Board
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tification exam in 1994,
building the exam upon
early research in hospice
nursing and their own ex-
pertise.
Covenant Hospice is
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comprehensive, compas-
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tients and loved ones dur-
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Cardiovascular Services.
From lifesaving protocols in our Emergency Department to our cardiac
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heart team have the expertise to save your life.

Imaging.
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We also have some of the finest endoscopy technology available. Throughout the
hospital, our imaging services truly make a difference in patient outcomes.

Wound Care.
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Our orthopedists are well known for their great care. From total joint replacements
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Our surgeons and surgery team get high scores in core quality measures
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loss patients to gallbladder surgery, colon surgeries and more, our
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Pelicans to play Captains in season opener


By BILL GAMBLING
sports@srpressgazette.com
The preseason is over and
the Pensacola Pelicans roster
has been trimmed down to the
22 players for the season opener
tomorrow against the Shreve-
port-Bossier Captains at 6:35
p.m. for a three game series this
weekend.


Making his debut as the new
skipper of the Pelicans will be
Talmadge Nunnari, who also
serves are the Pelicans general
manager.
Nunnari had a little help in
trimming his roster down from
28 to 22 this week thanks to a ex-
hibition game against the South
Louisiana Pipeliners this past
Sunday.


"It will be a good chance to
evaluate the players before ros-
ters have to be set on Thursday,"
Nunnari stated. "This game will
give us the. opportunity to go
head-to-head against someone
different, opposed to our own
guys."
The South Louisiana Pipelin-
ers are an independent prospect
team that is unaffiliated with any


league, but they will play a 60
game schedule in the Continen-
tal Baseball League this season.
Comprised of baseball pros-
pects specially selected by vari-
ous scouting agencies, the Pipe-
liners garner their name since
they hope to serve as a "pipe-
line" to major league organiza-
tions and professional baseball
leagues.


The Pensacola Pelicans will
use this game against the Pipe-
liners to gear up for the start of
their 96-game regular season.
On Friday, the Pelicans will
have a double feature of fun as
they will not only don purple
game jersey's in a Pelicans
promotion Relay for Life Night
See PELICANS (2


football ha I s sprung


BILL GAMBLING I Press Gazette
Pace head coach Carl Pippin was named the Boy's
Basketball Coach of the Year by Panhandle Sports
Broadcasting and was honored at a banquet held
Wednesday at Beef'O'Brady's.


Pippin named Area

Boys Coach of the

Year in basketball


By BILL GAMBLING
sports@srpressgazette.
Basketball was a
ticket in the area with
teams making a hug
pact not only locally
but across the state
and region.
On Wednesday,
Panhandle Sports
Broadcasting named
the members of their
All-Area teams with
several honors stay-
ing here locally
Two of the biggest
honors went to one of
'the biggest surprises
this season, the Pace
Patriots.
Carl Pippin was
named the Boys Bas-
ketball Coach of the
Year, while forward
Justin Wright took
first team honors as
well as the area's Of-
fensive Player-of the
Year honors.
Pippin was humble
the honor as he too
Patriots from seven
District 1-5A last year
district title in 2009 and
first post season win
they defeated Tallah
Chiles 55-34 before-


to Pine Forest 57-52 in the
corn Class 5A Regional Semi Fi-
nals.
a hot "This is not about me, but
h area more about Justin and Jeff,"
;e im- said Pippin. "Their leader-
ship was the biggest
factor to our success
and they just tookme
along for the ride."'
I After finishing the
season 25-5 it is high-
ly unlikely the Patri-
ots will sneak up on
S anyone, as the target
JUSTIN will be squarely on
WRIGHT their shoulders.
"Our season does
have its good and bad
points," said Pippin.
"The kids get the re-
spect, but the bad is
we don't sneak up on
teams anymore.
"I hope the leg-
acy these guys left
JEFF behind will help
those returning to
MULLAHEY step up and meet
the expectations,
about but I will admit these guys
k the set the bar high."'
th in Wright joked himself
to the about deserving the defen-
d their sive award instead of the of-
when fensive player of the year.


assee
losing


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West Florida GSC

title run ends 7-6


BILL GAMBLING I Press Gazette
Spring football practice is underway in Santa Rosa County as area teams strap on helmets
and shoulder pads in a test to see how successful the winter condition programs were at
their respective schools. Pace will hold their annual Red-White Scrimmage game on May
16 at 7:30 p.m., while Milton will hold their annual Black and Gold game on May 21 at 7
p.m. Each team will host a spring game later this month as Milton will host Gulf Breeze at
7 p.m. on May 28, while Pace will host Pine Forest at 7 p.m. on May 26. These games will
conclude spring conditioning as each squad will look towards their fall campaigns.


The University of West
Florida baseball team could
not hold off Valdosta State's
potent offense as they fell
7-6 to the Blazers to get
eliminated from the Gulf
South Conference Base-
ball Tournament Thursday
afternoon., Leading 6-4 the
Argos would surrender
three unanswered runs to
end their hopes for the pro-
gram's second GSC Base-
ball Championship.
The Argos struck first
in the bottom half of the
first inning, posting two
runs on back-to-back RBI
singles from Tyler Hasting
and Cody Campbell to take
an early 2-0 lead. It was
Campbell who once again'"
powered the Argo offense
in third with a double down
the left field line to score
Greg Pron from second,
giving the Argos a three
run lead.
Valdosta State got their
offense going in the fourth
inning when Brandon Deck-
er led off the inning with a
solo homerun to left field.


The Blazers would use the
long ball again in the fifth on
a Clayton Cain opposite field
two-run homer which tied
the game up at three.
It did not take long for the
Argos to strike back as they
posted two runs in the bot-
tom half of the inning to put
them up 5-3.
The teams would swap
runs in the seventh to keep
the Argos two run lead in-
tact.
In the eighth inning with
a runner on and one down
in the inning, the Blazers
Brandon Graves delivered
a game tying two-run home-
run that knotted the game.up
at six. After a strikeout and a
single, VSU reliever Austin
Smith singled to right, send-
ing home Matt Costello for
the go ahead run.
The loss eliminates the
Argos from the GSC Tour-
nament with a record of 2-
2. All the Argos can do now
is hope for a NCAA South
Region bid into next week-
end's NCAA South Region
Tournament.


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"I thought I should have
gotten the defensive award,
but then I never played de-
fense in my life," said Wright.
As far as the turn around
goes, Wright feels it occurred
his junior year.
"Last year we turned
it around," said Wright. "I
knew we could if we worked
hard because we returned
everyone."
Wright, who was named
the MVP at the State Ail-Star
Game when he poured in 22
points, is now looking for a
place to continue his career.
"I think the fact we are
not that big of a basketball
school in the past is one rea-
son some of us haven't been
noticed,' said Wright. "But I


am pretty sure I will be play-
ing somewhere given the
chance."
While Wright was the
flamboyant one, his counter-
part was the total polar op-
posite, Jeff Mullahey.
Mullahey, who also got
first team All-Area Honors
Wednesday admitted each
played their role.
"It was a big surprise to
get this honor," said Mulla-
hey. "We each had our roles
on the team and mine was
more on defense."
Wednesday night was
more amazing to Mullahey
than the season in his book.
"I wasn't surprised by
our season as other because
I knew what we had as a


team."
Named to the second
team All-Area Boys squad
were Milton's Brandon Allen
and Jay's Greg Nelson.
Pace's Ross Fruge, Mil-
ton's Brandon McCloud, and
Central's Hunter Bondurant
were named to the All-Area
third squad, while honorable
mention awards were given
to Jay's Rush Hendricks and
Pace's Tyler Swanson.
On the girls side Milton's
Veronica Ffrenchwas named
to the All-Area Second team,
while Jay's Tessa Hendricks
and Pace's Shelby Pardy.
Honorable mention
awards were given to Cen-
tral's Daysha Enfinger and
Milton's Georgia Boles.
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sponsored by Santa Rosa
Medical Center, but they
will have one of the oldest
rookies take to the field.
Fred Levin will sign a
contract with the Pelicans
to play one day and all
proceeds will go to benefit
the Autism Society of the
Panhandle.
Levin, who signed last
Friday at his office on
Baylen St. in Pensacola
was awarded a $500 sign-
ing bonus which will be
donated to the Autism So-
ciety.
In addition to the sign-
ing bonus, Levin will have
two jerseys that will be
auctioned off next Friday.
A white Pelicans jersey
will be auctioned during
the game with all money
rose benefiting the Autism
Society. Levin's purple
game-worn jersey will I
be. auctioned as part of
the Pelicans promo-
tion Relay for Life Night
sponsored by Santa Rosa
Medical Center. All Peli-
cans players will be wear-
ing purple jerseys on May
15.


"I feel our team will im-
prove in the art of arguing
and winning disputes,"
commented Pelicans own-
er Quint Studer on Levin's
area of expertise. "Hav-
ing Fred in the dugout will
surely be a benefit to our
coaches and players."
Levin is no stranger to
sports, having represent-
ed professional athletes
and being an excellent
athlete himself. While
growing up, Levin was
known for his ping pong
skills.
"Quint figured if I could
handle a ping pong ball,
I could certainly handle
something a little bigger
(baseball)," said Levin.
Levin, along with a
number of other commu-
nity members, attended
the Autisms Society's
annual banquet in ear-
ly April in which the
Pelicans offered the op-
portunity for a winning
bidder to play for the Peli-
cans. In total, more than
$160,000 was raised which
will make it possible for
more than 60 children


with autism to attend the
2009 six-week summer
program.
"Over our long history,
our law firm, Levin, Pa-
pantonio, Thomas, Mitch-
ell, Echsner, and Proctor
PA has been very commit-
ted to our community in a
number of ways," added
Levin. "This opportunity
to help both autism and
cancer in one fun event
very much fits our phi-
losophy."
"We understand this
is a professional baseball
game and would not do
anything to decrease the
integrity of the game,"
added Studer. "However,
we are all about hav-
ing fun and supporting a
good cause while playing
baseball. If we can do
all three at the same
time, then it's a win all
around."
Prior to the start of the
season six Santa Rosa
Medical Center Physi-
cians volunteered to give
physical.
With time and re-
sources restrained, Drs.
Kronlage, DeCampos,
Althar, Young, Whitman,
and Rinaldi completed
the physical on a Satur-
day morning eliminating
any interruption in prac-
tice time.
"This is our way of giv-
ing back to the communi-
ty" stated Kronlage. "The
physical were completed
with the highest of qual-
ity and free of charge".
With specialists ranging
from general, orthope-
dics, and EENT surgeons
to optometry and fam-
ily practice, the team of
physicians thoroughly
screened each player
helping to ensure a sea-
son with minimal medical
problems.
The Saturday morning
physical were essential
due to a busy spring train-
ing schedule for the Peli-
cans.


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annual harvest quota and


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closed spawning season
for all recreational and
commercial harvest of
shallow-water groupers
(gag, black, red, yellowfin,
scamp, yellowmouth, rock
hind and red hind) in all
Gulf state waters.
This proposed two-
month closure in Gulf
state waters would extend
a current one-month com-
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gag, red and black grou-
per.
The intent of this clo-
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low-water grouper species
in Gulf state waters is to
limit the unintended catch
(and possible mortality)
of gag grouper by closing
harvest to all similar shal-
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during the spawning sea-
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recreational aggregate
bag limit for all shallow-


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the commercial minimum
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and sale of red grouper,
from 20 inches to 18 inches
total length. This will sig-
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ber of 18- to 20-inch fish
that do not survive upon
release.
A final public hearing
on these rule proposals
will take place during the
next FWC public meeting
in Crystal River in June.
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garding the proposed
grouper regulation chang-
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Wildlife Conservation
Commission (FWC) pro-
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harvest season for red
snapper in Gulf of Mexi-
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Governor Crist encourages Floridians to go outdoors


By Bob Wattendorf
Fish and Wildlife Conservation
Commission
"Be it resolved that
the Governor and Cabinet
of the State of Florida do
hereby recognize the Get
Outdoors Flotida! coali-
tion and the Children's
Outdoor Bill of Rights and
encourage all Floridians
and their families' partici-
pation in outdoor activities
throughout the year."
With those words, Gov.
Charlie Crist and his cabi-
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forward for agencies, non-
profits and private groups
that have been working to
make it easier for youth,
families and entire com-
munities to get back to
nature.
The Get Outdoors Flor-
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ceive direct funding from


government agencies.
However, agencies such as
the Florida Fish and Wild-
life Conservation Com-
mission and the depart-
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Protection (state parks),
Agriculture and Consumer
Services (state forests),
Education, and Health are
all actively involved. Their
federal counterparts from
the U.S. Forest Service
and U.S. Fish and Wildlife
Service are equally active,
as are various universities,
nonprofit groups, commer-
cial enterprises, and'indi-
vidual citizens.
The partners have all
known for years that chil-
dren are healthier and
happier when they have
active outdoor recreation.
They do better in school,
and such children grow up
with a better understand-
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takes to be good stewards
of our resources. Many co-
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their own programs to ad-
dress these concerns, but
now Get Outdoors Florida!
is allowing them to come
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and efficiently based on
solid research and a list
of guiding principles and
best practices.
Research published by
the Children and Nature
Organization has shown
an array of major national
health issues are related
to reduced physical activ-
ity and to a reduced con-
nection with nature. Dur-
ing the past 20 years, the
amount of time children
spend outdoors has been
reduced 50 percent, with
electronic media -- from
TV to video games -- now
accounting for an average
of six hours of their time


per day. Each hour of TV
watched per day increases
the likelihood of a child
having attention-deficit,
hyperactivity disorder by
age 7 by an astounding
10 percent. Other effects
include obesity, attention
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social skills, higher stress
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performance in the class-
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For a summary of this
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The Get Outdoors Flor-
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partners together to show
how easy it is to offset these
trends by simply letting
kids play outdoors. Wheth-
er it is an afternoon spent
gardening and watching


butterflies, a casual bream
fishing trip, a walk in' a
county park, or a weekend
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ting outdoors is important
and brings numerous ben-
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and individuals.
To make it even easier
for parents and groups
that want a new experi-
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around the state that take
advantage of Florida's
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The focus is on safe, active
and ecologically sustain-
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a lifetime -- a lifetime that
will be more enjoyable and
last longer.


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women's tennis teams
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South Regional. The
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ference rival No. 4 Val-
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a 5-0 decision to No. 2
Barry at their home
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Ib

Snowden
Smoked
Sausage
Reg or Hot
199
16oz


Sunset Farm
Fresh Pattie
Sausage
168
12 oz


Van Camp
Baked
Beans


26 oz


Gwaltney
Roll Sausage
Mild or Hot
1 86
16oz



24 pk 12 oz
Pepsi
575.
S ea



Crystal Hot
Sauce


Thank You
Brand Sliced
4x6 Ham
2.08
16 oz


California
Large Sweet
Bing Cherries

27olb


Lance
Home Pack
Crackers

1 93 8pk



Folgers
Can Coffee

6 39.3 oz


Whole
Boston Butt
Pork Roast

S8lb


Wise Guy
Family Pack
Split Fryer
Breast




GA Special
Smoked
Sausage
999
10 lbpk


Southern
Grown Vine
Ripe Large
4-Pk Tomatoes

97'.
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Sugar Tree
Spiral 1/2
Hams

.1lb


Grocery
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SALE PRICES GOOD THRU MAY'19,-2009


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Farmland
Seasoned Pork
Tenderloins
97
1.2 Ib


Mama Rosa
Twin Pack
Pepperoni or
Deluxe Pizza
398
46.6 oz

Fresh Express
Caesar
Supreme or BLT
Caesar Salad

1s0. oz


Colortex
Bath Tissue

24pak



Dial
Bar Soap
163
3-pk 5 oz


Luzianne
Tea Bags

100ct



24 pk 12 oz
Miller Lite

15ea


Valleydale
Reelfoot
Jumbo Franks

91"'16oz


Vidalia Sweet
Onions

248
5 lb bag


Louana
. Vegetable
Oil
623
gal


Viva Paper
Towels
6 23
6-pk roll


Shurfresh
Orange Juice

64oz


Alpo
Prime Cuts
Dog Food

73512.6 lb


Valutime
Foam Plates
40 Count

78'


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Sports SIDELINE

City of Milton Youth Football Registration: The City of Milton
youth cheerleading and football registration will begin in the next few
weeks. Children ages 5-14 interested in participating can register at the
Milton Community Center, 5629 Byrom St. The first Saturday to sign up
for football is May 16 from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. Starting May 18, register for
football Monday through Friday from noon to 8 p.m. Registration ends
when teams are full. The $95 participation fee includes: Gulf Coast Youth
Football Alliance registration, end of the year trophy, game jersey (child
keeps), use of shoulder pads, helmet, 7 piece pad set, mouth piece, game
pants, a jamboree and games.
For more information, visit www.cityofmrniltonpr.nexo.com, call 850-983-
5466
Pace Football Boosters: The Pace Quarterback Club will be having
a seafood dinner fundraiser on May 16 from 3:30 to 5:30 p.m. Tickets will
be $20 each. The dinner will be in the Pace High School Cafeteria. The
annual Red and White Scrimmage will follow at 7:30 p.m. For more infor-
mation call 232-2210.

East Milton Football Registration: East Milton Youth Association's
football registration is going on now for children ages 5-14. Registration
fee is $95 per player and includes registration with Gulf Coast Youth Foot-
ball Alliance, game jersey, trophy, use of: shoulder pads, helmet, game
pants, 7 piece pad set & mouth piece. For more information contact Carl
Wells @ 313-5440 or 983-8400 or visit us on the web at www.eastmiltony-
outhsports.com.
Tennis Across America Clinics: The following are the Free Annu-
al Tennis Clinics sponsored by the USPTA "Tennis Across America
2009:" .
Saturday, May 16,2009 A. C. Read Tennis Center, NAS Pensacola
Saturday, May 23,2009 Pensacola Junior College, Milton Campus
Saturday, May 30, 2009 Pensacola Junior College, Main Campus
(Pensacola)
8:00 a.m. 10:00 a.m. Children/Juniors
10:00 a.m. 12:00 Noon Adults/Seniors
Available Rackets on loan ... lots of tennis.balls to hit ... light refresh-
ments. Fun-tennis is on the courts. Please contact Mario Alvarez, USP-
TA/USPTR, at 623-2911 for further information.
5K Run/Walk: The 35th Billy Bowlegs 5K Run/Walk: June 6th at
10:30PM at Fort Walton Beach High School. Early registration is $18 until
May 26th, $20 May 27th to June 5th and $25 on race day. For entry form,
registration and additional information visit the Race Calendar at www.
nwftc.com or contact Bonnie Cardow phone 651-5631 or email bowlegs@
nwftc.com You may register online at www.active.com until June 2nd.

Milton Baseball Camp: The Milton Panthers will host a baseball
camp June 8 to June 11. The camp will be held in two sessions, 8 a.m.
to 11 a.m. and noon to 3 p.m. at the Milton High School baseball field.
Cost of the camp is $100 and each camper will receive a camp T-shirt and
a personal video of themselves throwing, hitting, and fielding. For more
information call 983-5600, ext. 143. '

Challenger Sports Soccer Camp: East Milton Youth Association will
be hosting a Challenger Sports Soccer Camp June 8th June 12th from
9am 12pm daily for kids ages 6-16 and and evening camp from 5pm 6pm
for kids ages 3-5. The cost of the:half day camp is $105 and for the evening
camp is $65. The Challenger Sports Soccer Camp provides players of
all ages and abilities the opportunity to receive high-level soccer coach-
ing from a team of international experts. Each day includes individual
foot skills, technical skills, tactical practices, small-sided games, coached
scrimmages, and a daily tournament.' For more information visit our
web site @ www.eastmiltonyouthsports.com or call Valerie 983-9705.

Kickball League: East Milton Adult Co-ed Summer Kickball is form-
ing. Four females per team are required and registration is $175 per
team, minimum of 10 players, maximum of 20 players, 10 game season
- games on Tuesday nights. This league is for ages 16+ and open to
the first 6 teams that sign-up. For more information contact Anthony
Daughter da_dogg20002001@yahoo.com or call 850-983-2242 and leave
a message.
Youth Wresting: Starting June 02, 2009 the Panhandle Pride Wres-
tling Club(Formally Panther Takedown Club) will kick-off its
summer program with Coach Rob Hazewinkel and Ben Mene-
fee. Every Tuesday and Thursday night from 7-8:30pm at Hobbs
Middle School gym. The club. is open to all ages 5 and up. For
more information 850-450-2434 or visit www.mhswrestling.net.

Make a Difference and Have Fun Doing it!: Even if you 'can't throw
a strike, you can still look out for the best interests of a child in the 2009
"Bowling to Make a Difference" Bowling Tournament. This year's tour-
nament will benefit' the Northwest Florida Guardian qd Litem Program.
The event will take place May 2nd, at Cordova Lanes on Airport Blvd in
Pensacola from 3pm to 6pm. Registration is $30 per person and includes
three games, shoe rental, and a meal. There will also be abake sale at
the event and a raffle for some fantastic prizes. The fund-raiser is hosted
by the Plant Crist chapter of the Transformers, a non-profit Gulf Power
employee service organization. Let's get together and make a difference
in a child's life! For more information call 429-2211.
Baseball Camp: The West Florida baseball team and Head Coach
Mike Jeffcoat will host the West Florida Baseball Skills Academy at Jim
Spooner Field for sessions on June 8-12 and June 15-19. The camp is for
children ages 6-12 with emphasis placed on baseball fundamentals. The
camp will take place from 8:30 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. each day. The cost is
$110.00 per camper, with a $10 discount if the child is signed up by May 30.
Camp registration includes a free T-shirt.
Forinstructions on signingup visitwww.GoArgos.com, clickon camps,
and follow the links to the baseball skills academy. For information on all
UWF Athletics, visit www.GoArgos.com.
UWF Summer Hoops Camp: Shrnnan 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.
In'chluded in camp costs are individualized offensive and defensive
skills training with UWF staff and players, along with sessions to ex-
plain 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 infor-
mation on the tournament call 477-0388 or 477-0381. You can also e-mail
chpgdlf@gmail.com for more information or registration forms.


Cowboy Challenge: The Dixie Darters Drill Team is producing the
first Dixie Cowboy Challenge on May 23 & 24 to be held at Coldwater Rec-
reation Park. This event is similar to the Extreme Cowboy Race as seen
on RFD TV Please see the details at www.dixiedartersdrilleteam.com.

More activities can be found at www.srpressgazette.com. Look for
the box called 'Things to Do'. There you can check on activities by zip
code or activity. And you are also more than welcome,to enter your
events there as well.


FWC clarifies application period


for special-opportunity hunts


The Florida Fish and Wild-
life Conservation Commission
(FWC) would like to clarify the
dates for this year's special-op-
portunity hunt application pe-
riod.
Incorrect application dates
were advertised in the April and
May issues of Woods 'N Water
magazine and in the 2008-09


Florida Hunting Regulations
handbook. The correct applica-
tion period in which to apply for
a fall special-opportunity hunt
permit is May 1-31.
Worksheets are available
from any FWC regional office or
by going online to MyFWC.com/
Hunting and clicking on "Lim-
ited Entry Hunts." To apply for


these hunt permits, take a work-
sheet to any license agent or tax
collector's office, or submit an..
application at MyFWC.com.
Visit the special-opportunity
section by clicking on "Limited
Entry Hunts" at MyFWC.com/
Hunting for more information
how to apply for special-oppor-
tunity hunt permits.


FWC: Boating fatality statistics


have imporved, but could be better


The Florida Fish & Wildlife
Conservation Commission
(FWC) has released the boating
accident statistics for 2008, and
fortunately, there were fewer
boating fatalities last year. The
reported 54 fatalities represent
30-percent reduction from.
e 2007 statistics. While this
is a step in the right direction,
boaters shouldn't let their guard
down, according to the FWC.
"Although boating fatalities
were down in 2008, so far in 2009,
21 people have lost their lives on
the state's waters," said Lt. Ed
Cates of the FWC's Boating and
Waterways Section. "Boaters


can be safer by following a few
simple boating safety tips."
Most boating accidents oc-
cur when someone isn't paying
attention or is driving too fast.
Cates cautions boaters to.slow
down and stay alert to their sur-
roundings.
Drowning is the leading
cause of boating fatalities, even
though most of the victims re-
portedly knew how to swim.
"The greatest way to ensure
that you and your passengers
make it home at the end of the
day is to get into the,habit of
wearing a life jacket," Cates
said.'


He also said boaters should
be especially careful when con-
suming alcoholic beverages.
The FWC also suggests that
if going offshore, boaters should
invest in an Emergency Posi-
tion-Indicating Radio Beacon so
rescuers can find them prompt-
ly in the event of trouble.
"We want boaters to have fun
and return home safely," Cates
said.
For more information on the
2008 boating statistics, visit the
Boating area of the FWC's Web
site at MyFWC.com/SAFETY/
Safety_Boat_Safety_Accident-
Stats.htm.


Pensacola Bay
Thursday, May 14, 2009
1:18 AM CDT Low tide -0.24 Feet
5:55 AM CDT Sunrise
10:10 AM CDT Moonset
2:04 PM CDT High tide 1.54 Feet
7:35 PM CDT Sunset

Friday, May 15, 2009
12:21 AM CDT Moonrise
.1:47 AM CDT Low tide -0.18 Feet
5:54 AM CDT Sunrise
11:06 AM CDT Moonset
2:35 PM CDT High tide 1.42 Feet
7:36 PM CDT Sunset

Saturday, May 16, 2009
12:54 AM CDT Moonrise
2:06 AM CDT Low fide -0.08 Feet
5:53 AM CDT Sunrise
T2:02 PM CDT Moonset
2:56 PM CDT High tide 1.24 Feet
7:36 PM CDT Sunset

Sunday, May 17, 2009
1:25 AM CDT Moonrise
2:11 AM CDT Low tid6 0.07 Feet
2:27 AM CDT 3rd Quarter moon
5:53 AM CDT Sunrise
12:57 PM CDT Moonset
2:35 PM CDT High tide 1.01 Feet
7:37 PM CDT Sunset

East Bay
Thursday, May 14, 2009
2:36 AM CDT Low tide -0.28 Feet
5:53 AM CDT Sunrise
10:09 AM CDT Moonset
2:49 PM CDT High tide 1.85 Feet
7:34 PM CDT Sunset

Friday, May 15, 2009
12:20 AM CDT Moonrise
3:05 AM CDT Low tide -0.22 Feet
5:53 AM CDT Sunrise
11:05 AM CDT Moonset
3:20 PM CDT High tide 1.71 Feet
7:35 PM CDT Sunset

Saturday, May 16, 2009
12:53 AM CDT Moonrise
3:22 AM CDT Low tide -0.10 Feet
5:52 AM CDT Sunrise
12:01 PM CDT Moonset
3:41 PM CDT High tide 1.49 Feet
7:35 PM CDT Sunset

Sunday, May 17, 2009
1:24 AM CDT Moonrise
2:27 AM CDT 3rd Quarter moon
3!29 AM CDT Low tide 0.09 Feet
5:52 AM CDT Sunrise
12:56 PM CDT Moonset
3:20 PM CDT High tide 1.21 Feet
7:36 PM CDT Sunset


Blackwater River

Thursday, May 14, 2009
3:06 AM CDT Low tide -0.28 Feet
5:53 AM CDT Sunrise
10:09 AM CDT Moonset
3:45 PM CDT High tide 1.85 Feet
7:35 PM CDT Sunset

Friday, May 15, 2009
12:20 AM CDT Moonrise
3:35 AM CDT Low tide -0.22 Feet
5:53 AM CDT Sunrise
11:05 AM CDTMoonset .
4:16 PM CDT High tide 1.71 Feet
7:35 PM CDT Sunset

Saturday, May 16, 2009
12:54 AM CDT Moonrise
3:52 AM CDT Low tide -0.10 Feet
5:52 AM CDT Sunrise
12:01 PM CDT Moonset
4:37 PM CDT High tide 1.49 Feet
7:36 PM CDT Sunset

Sunday, May 17, 2009
1:24 AM CDT Moonrise
2:27 AM CDT 3rd Quarter moon
3:59 AM CDT Low tide 0.09 Feet
5:52 AM CDT Sunrise
12:57 PM CDT Moonset
4:16 PM CDT High tide 1.21 Feet
7:37 PM CDT.Sunset

Navarre Beach
Thursday, May 14, 2009
5:53 AM CDT Sunrise
10:09 AM CDT Moonset
11:59 AM CDT High tide 1.44 Feet
7:34 PM CDT Sunset
11:32 PM CDT Low tide 0.01 Feet

Friday, May 15, 2009
12:19 AM CDT Moonrise
5:53,AM CDT Sunrise
11:05 AM CDT Moonset
'12:42 PM CDT High tide 1.37 Feet
7:34 PM CDT Sunset
11:53 PM CDT Low tide 0.16 Feet

Saturday, May 16, 2009
12:53 AM CDT Moonrise
5:52 AM CDT Sunrise
12:01 PM CDT Moonset
1:23 PM CDT High tide 1.26 Feet
7:35 PM CDT Sunset

Sunday, May 17, 2009
12:00 AM CDT Low tide 0.33 Feet
1:23 AM CDT Moonrise
2:27 AM CDT 3rd Quarter moon
5:51 AM CDT Sunrise
12:56 PM CDT Moonset
2:04 PM CDT High tide 1.11 Feet
7:36 PM CDT Sunset
11:47 PM CDT Low tide 0.50 Feet


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Legal 5/596
Public SALE
Storage Master
4636 Woodbine Rd
Pace, FL 32571
850-994-7779
MISCELLANEOUS
PERSONAL PROP-
ERTY WILL BE SOLD
TO SATISFY RENT
LEIN ON- May 26 2009
AT 11:00 AM UNIT
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PRIOR TO BIDDING.
WE RESERVE THE
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ANY BIDS. UNITS
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Legal 5/597 MONTHS AFTER THE Legal 5/598
Legal 5/597 DATE OF THE FIRST
IN THE CIRCUIT PUBLICATION OF LEGAL NOTICE
MINUTE RCUITHIS NOTICE.
COURT FOR SANTA ALL CLAIMS NOT NOTICE IS HEREBY
ROSA COUNTY, FILED WITHIN THE GIVEN PURSUANT TO
FLORIDA PROBATE TIME PERIODS SET FLORIDA STATUTE
DIVISION FORTH IN SECTION THAT THE FOLLOW-
File No. 733.702 OF THE FLOR- ING GOODS WILL BE
57-2009-CP-20 IDA PROBATE CODE SOLD AT 6250 STEW-
IN RE: ESTATE OF WILL BE FOREVER ART STREET, MILTON
IN RE: ESTATE OF BARRED. FLORIDA 32570. THE
NOTWITHSTANDING AUCTION WILL BE
EDWARD S. THE TIME PERIODS HELD ON MAY 22,
STEIDELE SET FORTH ABOVE,- 2009 AT 10:00 AM.
Deceased. ANY CLAIM FILED
OTICE TO CREDI- TWO (2) YEARS OR TO SATISFY LIEN
NOTICE TO CREDI MORE AFTER THE CLAIMS BY OLD
ITOS DECEDENT'S DATE OF MILLTOWN STORAGE
..DEATH IS BARRED. INC. LESSOR WILL
The administration of The date of first publi- CONDUCT A PUBLIC
the estate of Edward S. cation of this notice is AUCTION WITH RE-
whosedate of deceased, May6, 2009. SERVE TO THE HIGH-
whose date of death EST BIDDER FOR
was May 7, 2008, s Attorney for ,Personal CASH FOR THE CON-
pending inthe Circuit Representative: TENTS IN THE UNITS
Court Tor Santa Rosa /s/Byron E. Cotton, OF THE FOLLOWING
County, Florida, Pro- Byron E. Cotton, Es- TENANTS:
bate Division,, the ad- quire
dress of which is 6865 Cotton Gates & Negron MICHAEL CORN-
Caroline Street, Milton, Florida Bar No. 6212 OGLESBY
FL 32570. The names 0695521 ROAD-MILTON FLOR-
and addresses of the 3 Plew Avenue IDA 32570- STORAGE
personal representative Shalimar, Florida 32579 UNIT 1073
and the personal Telephone: (850) ( H O U S E H O L D
representative's attor- 651-9900 GOODS)
ney are set forth below. Fax: (850) 651-2522
All creditors of the de- (8P H Y L L I S
cesodent and other per- Personal Representa- NEWKIRK-P.O.BOX
sons having claims or tive: 4143-MILTON, FLOR-
demands against /s/ Edward M Steidele IDA 32572-STORAGE
decedent's estate on Edward M. Steidele UNITS 1072 AND 1109
whom a copy of this 1228 Wildwood Drive (HOUSEHOLD
notice is required to be Los Angeles, California GOODS)
served must file their 90041
claims with this court TENANT HAS THE
WITHIN. THE LATER 050609 RIGHT TO REDEEM
THF 3 MONTHS AFTER 051309 CONTENTS ANY TIME
THE TIME OF THE 5i5.9 PRIOR TO SALE, ANY
FIRST PUBLICATION .
OF THIS NOTICE OR'
30 DAYS AFTER THE
DATE OF SERVICE OF i
A COPY OF THIS NO- l..J[J7
TICE ON THEM. Divorce 149, Wills '309 fi1l 1
All other creditors of Name Change 49
the decedent and other Caenatipece- 4
or demands against Worksheet (850) 434-7524 Farn Direct
decedent's estate must FE ie Cl fa r. .g
file their claims with this 1850 N. "W" SL A 'We Deliver
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Hair Cuts $10.
Perms $35 & up
Color $35 & up
Highlites $40 & up
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From trimming to trac-
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STORAGE WITHOUT
PRIOR NOTICE.
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CASE NO: 08-91CA
VISION BANK, a Flor-
ida Banking Corpora-
tion,
Plaintiff,
vs.


Legal 5/605
IN THE CIRCUIT
COURT, FIRST JUDI-
CIAL CIRCUIT, STATE
OF FLORIDA, IN AND
FOR SANTA ROSA
COUNTY


M2 BTS DEVELOP-
MENT, LLC, A Florida
Limited Liability Com-
pany, et al.,
Defendants.
NOTICE OF SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY
GIVEN that pursuant to
a Final Judgment of
Foreclosure rendered
on April 27, 2009, in
that certain cause
pending in the Circuit
Court in and for Santa
Rosa County, Florida,
wherein VISION BANK,
a Florida banking cor-
poration, is the Plaintiff,
and M2 BTS DEVEL-
OPMENT, LLC, a Flor-
ida limited liability com-
pany; MICHAEL S.
FAULKNER, as Manag-
ing Member of M2 BTS
Development LLC, a
Florida limited liability
company, and individ-
ually; ROBERT T.
COZEAN, as Trustee
and Managing Member
of a dissolved Florida
limited partnership
known as Benton Na-
varre Investments, Ltd.,
f/k/a Benton by The
Sea, Ltd.; COASTAL
WALK PARTNERS,
LLC, a Florida limited li-
ability company, GAT-
LIN LUMBER & SUP-
PLY COMPANY a Flor-
ida 'corporation;
COUNTY OF SANTA
ROSA; BY THE SEA
COMMUNITY OWN-
ERS ASSOCIATION,
INC., a Florida corpora-
tion not for profit, are
the Defendants, in Civil
Action Cause No.
08-91 CA, Mary M.
Johnson, Clerk of the
Court of the aforesaid
Court, will at 11:00
a.m., on May 28, 2009,
offer for sale and sell to


the highest bidder for every kind or character
cash at the Santa Rosa now owned or hereafter
County Courthouse, lo- acquired by the Debtor
cated at 6865 Caroline for the purpose of be-
Street, Milton, Santa ing used or useful in
Rosa County, Florida the construction or
32570, the following modification of the Im-
described real and per- provements located or
sonal property, situate to be located on the
and being in Santa premises, whether
Rosa County: Florida such materials, equip-
to-wit: ,ments, fixtures and fit-
tings are actually lo-
REAL PROPERTY DE- cated on or adjacent to
SCRIPTION the premises, or not,
and whether in storage
Lots 4, 17, 19, 25, 26, or otherwise, whereso-
27, 28, 29, 30, 31, 32, ever the same may be
33, 34, 35, 36, 37, 38, located, including with-
39, 40, 42, 46, Block but limitation all lumber
A, and Lots 2, 5, 7, 8, and lumber products,
9, 10, 11, 12, 14, 15, bricks, building stones
16, 17, Block B, a sub- and building blocks,
division known as By pand and cement, roof-
The Sea, being a por- ing material, pain,
tion of Township 2 doors, windows, hard-
South, Range 27 ware, nails, wires and
West, Santa Rosa wiring, plumbing and
County, Florida ac- plumbing fixtures,
cording to the Plat re- sewer lines and pump-
corded In Plat Book 9, ing stations and fixtures
Page 98, of the public and equipment, heat-
records for said ing and
County. air-conditioning equip-
ment, appliances, elec-
PERSONAL PROP4 trical and gas equip-
ERTY DESCRIPTION ment and appliances,
pipes and piping, and
SEE ATTACHED EX- ornamental and deco-
HIBIT "A" rative fixtures.
EXHIBIT A i 4. All fixtures, appli-
; ances, machinery, fur-
All of the following'.niture, furnishings, ap-
property in which M2 paratus, equipment
BTS DEVELOPMENT, and other articles of
LLC, may now have or personal property of
hereafter acquire any any nature whatsoever
interest: owned by the, Debtor
i now or at any time
1. The Improvements hereafter and now or at
now, or hereafter lo4 any time hereafter lo-
cated at property de- cated upon or within
scribed in Exhibit 'A" the premises or Im-
(the premises). provements, including
without limitation all fur-
2. Any and all fixtures niture, furnishings, ap-
now or hereafter lo, paratus, machinery,
cated on the premises motors, elevators, fit-
or affixed to the Im- tingsawningsgs,
provements (th shades, carpeting,
Fixtures"). plumbing, heating,.
lighting, cooking, laun-
3. All building materi- dry, ventilating, refriger-
als, equipment, fix- ating, incinerating,
tures and, fittings of air-conditioning, and


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sprinkler equipment including any right to sureties of performance
and fixtures and appur- any refunds for premi- thereof, and all other
tenances thereto; and ums, (b) accounts and rights, contract rights
all proceeds thereof other rights now exist- and general intangi-
(including without limi- ing or hereafter arising bles, whether now
station condemnation under any leases, li- existing or hereafter
awards and insurance censes or under any arising, pertaining to
proceeds), all exten- service contracts, (c) the design construc-
sions, betterments and any trademarks, logos, tion, development, use,
accessions thereto, all service marks, tele- sale or occupancy of
renewals and replace- phone numbers, de- the premises, Improve-
ments thereof and all signs, patents, patent ments and Fixtures or
articles in substitution applications, good will, any improvements or
therefore (the personal copyrights, registra- fixtures at any time
property described in tions, licenses, fran- contemplated to be
paragraph 3 above and chises, tax refund constructed on the
in this paragraph 4 be- claims and any security premises or pertaining
ing referred to herein now or hereafter held to the use of the
as the "Personal Prop- by or granted to the premises.
erty"). Debtor to secure pay-
ment of any of the ac- 7. All books and rec-
5. All accounts, ac- counts, (d) any permits ords related to the con-
counts receivable, con- from, permit applica- struction, ownership,
tract rights, chattel pa- tions to, franchises operation or mainte-
per, instruments, docu- from or development nance of the premises,
ments, general intangi- orders or development Improvements, Fixtures
bles, choses in action, of regional impact or Personal Property or
causes of action and orders issued by any other tangible or intan-
other intangible per- governmental authority gible property de-
sonal property of the or private party, and (e) scribed herein above.
Debtor of every kind any and all sales pro-
and nature whatsoever ceeds, escrow ac- 8. All rents, profits,
whether now existing or counts and funds, trust issues, leases and rev-
hereafter acquired, accounts and funds enues of the premises,
which pertain to, arise and earnest money de- or any of the foregoing
from or in connection posits, and all rights of from time to time ac-
with, or are related to Debtor to the receipt cruing, whether now
the Premises, the Im- thereof, arising out of existing or hereafter
provements, the Fix- or with respect to any created, together with
tures, the Personal agreement regarding all leases and rights un-
'Property br the devel- the premises. der leases affecting the
opment, operation or. premises.
use thereof or the leas- 6. All plans, specifica-
ing or sale of any por- tions, drawings, docu- 9. all judgments,
tion thereof or interest ments, instruments, awards of damages,
therein, whether now permits, sewer taps, and settlements hereaf-
existing or hereafter water taps and right, ter made resulting from
arising or acquired, in- development rights, de- condemnation pro-
cluding without limita-. velopment orders, de- ceedings or the taking
tion (a) all insurance velopment of regional of any of the foregoing
policies and all pro- impact orders, agree- or any part thereof or
ceeds and choses in ments, payment bonds, any right or privilege
action arising under performance bonds accruing thereto, in-
any insurance policies, and other guaranties or cluding without limita-


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tion any and all pay-
ments from voluntary
sale in lieu of condem-
nation or the exercise
of eminent domain.
10. All proceeds, prod-
ucts and replacements
or any accessions to
any of the foregoing.
Said sale will be made
pursuant to an in order
to satisfy the terms of
said Final Judgment of
Foreclosure.
Any person claiming an
interest in the surplus
from the sale, if any,
other than the property
owner as of the date of
the lis pendens must
file a claim within 60
days after the sale.
DATED this 28 day of
April, 2009.
MARY M. JOHNSON
Clerk of the Court
CIRCUIT COURT SEAL
By: Brandy Norris
As Deputy Clerk
Attorneys for Plaintiff:
Denise Dell-Powell,
Esq.
Florida Bar Number:
890472
Thomas R. Yaegers,
Esq.
Florida Bar Number:
021351
A K E R M A N
SENTERFITT
420 South Orange Ave-
nue, Suite 1200
Post Office Box 231
Orlando, FL
32802-0231
Phone: (407) 423-4000
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Wednesday. May 13, 2009


Classifieds


Santa Rosa's Press Gazette | C9


NOTICE TO PER-
SONS WITH DISABILI-
TIES
If you are a person with
a disability who needs
any, accommodation in
order to participate in a
court proceeding, you
are entitled, at no cost
to you, to the provision
of certain assistance.
Please contact Shelia
Sims, Chief Deputy
Court Administrator,
Office of Court Admin-
istration at (850)
595-4400 at the M.C.
Blarichard Judicial
Center, 5th Floor, Pen-
sacola, Florida 32502,
within two (2) working
days of you receipt of
this Notice of Sale; if


OLD PHOTOGRAPH
From the '30's or
'40's
Name on back is
Vesta Harrison
Eddlaward.
Once lived in Milton
Call (850) 994-6651
RESCUED healthy
young Mom & boy kit-
tens. Spay & neutered.
Need barn. 623-9573


King Mattress and 2 pc
box set. New, in plastic
Pillowtop Only $225. 850
471-0330 Can deliver



KNIGHTS OF
COLUMBUS
GARAGE SALE
The Milton Knights of
Columbus will hold a
huge Garage Sale at
their storage unit in the
large storage building
in the rear of Milton
Storage Center (the
Old Vanity Fair Build-
ing) on Vanity Fair
Road, from 9:00 am to
2:30 pm on Friday and
Saturday, May 15 and
19th, 2009, Sale items


Kitchen cabinets $200;
Antique, porcelain sink
with metal base $200.
994-8851 / 449-8129

OLD PHOTOGRAPH
From the '30's or
'40's
Name on back is
Vesta Harrison
Eddiaward.
Once lived in Milton
Call (850) 994-6651


TWO CEMETERY
PLOTS
Milton Cemetery
$450 for both
623-5863


you are nearing or 2100 Pets include assorted 8UU
voice impaired, call 2110 Pets: Free to tables, chairs, office
711.. Good Home furniture and equip-
2120- Pet Supplies ment, a heavy duty
051309 2130 Farm Animals/ 8-foot picnic table, as- 3310
051609 Suppiles sorted power tools,
ante/605 2140 Pchain saws, commer- Fender Sauire
2150 Pet Memorials cial kitchen cooking
pots, pans & utensils, Electric Guitar
Legal 5/617. Xerox copier, 25-inch Fender hard case &
color TV, small electri- Fender 12" dual chan-
NOTICE OF cal kitchen appliances, nel amp with remote
SHERIFF'S SALE II2100 etc., etc. foot switch, foot con-
trolled digital effects
NOTICE is hereby .nl f MOVING SALE processor with
given that pursuant to a UE 0f rlul Santa Villa Entrance wah-wah pedal, guitar
WRIT OF EXECUTION II Sat., 5/16 7 until ? stand and all cables.
issued in the County Power & hand tools, Excellent condition!
Court of Santa Rosa i e fishing gear, household $600. Call 226-6754
County, Florida, on the h goods & furniture
13th day of March, l llI--
2009, in the cause V ov I
wherein PANHANDLE
AEROSPACE, LLC was fA .
plaintiff and FDS CON- AKC 3
STRUCTION, INC.was Cocker Spaniel Cucumbers ready
defendant, being Case
No. '0814963CC in said Puppies now. Tomatios t
court, I, Wendell Hall, Males & females. Penton Farms
As Sheriff of Santa Black, blond, brown. 675-4111
.Rosa County, Florida, Ready June 1st. EMPLOYMENT
have levied upon all the sltydogger@bellsouth.net
right, title, and interest 850623-9008. 4100- Help Wanted
the defendant, FDS RESCUED healthy4110 Restaurants/Clubs
CONSTRUCTION, INC. young Mom & boy kit- 3260 4130 Employment
in and to the following tens. Spay & neutered. 4130 InfEmploymention
described ersonal Need barn. 623-9573 ONLINE PHARMACY formation
property, to wit: Buy Soma, Ultram,
Fioricet, Prozac,
DESCRIPTION OF Buspar $71.99/90 a
PROPERTY $107/180 Quantities, | 4100
PRICE INCLUDES
2007 STEM/STERLING PRESCRIPTION Over
LT 9500, WHITE 200 Meds $25Coupon ACCEPTING
VIN #: Mention Offer:#91A31. APPLICATIONS
2FZHAZCV77AX38102 (888)389-0461. FOR PART TIME
1989 FORD CONVEN- tri-drugstore.com SUMMER JOBS.
TIONAL L LT9000, MEICANDISE BOB'S CANOE
WHITE 3100- Antiques 623-5457
1FDYU9OLOKVA18O7 3110-Appliances -----
DYU90LOKVAI 3120 Arts & Crafts [ 3300 --E
3130 Auctions RIV TAI
I shall offer this prop- 3140- Baby Items. AIRLINES ARE HIR- DRIVER TRAINEES
erty for sale, at east 3150 Building Supplies ING Train for high NEEDED NOW!
front doqr of the Santa 3160 Business paying Aviation Mainte- Drivers being hired
Rosa Criminal Justice Equipment nance Career FAA ap- and trained locally for
Facility, 5755 East Mil- 3170 Collectibles proved program. Finan- Werner Enterprises.
ton Rd, Milton, Florida, 3180 Computers cial aid if qualified No exp. Needed.
Santa. Rosa County, 3190 Electronics Housing available. 1-866280-5309
Florida, at the hour of 3220 Furniture CALL Aviation Institute
10:00 a.m. on the 16TH 3230 Garage/Yard Sales of Maintenance
day of JUNE, 2009 or 3240- Guns (888)349-5387. Experienced
as soon thereafter as 3250 Good Things to Eat Laundry Presser
possible. I will offer for 3260 Health & Fitness ATTEND COLLEGE Apply within at
sale all the said 3270 Jewelry/Clothing ONLINE from Home. J & D Cleaners
defendant's, FDS CON- 3280 Machinery/ *Medical, *Business, 5198 Stewart Street
STRUCTION, INC., Equipment *Paralegal, in Milton. 336-3008
right, title and interest 3290 Medical Equipment *Computers, *Criminal in Milton. 336-3008
in the aforesaid per- 3300- Miscellaneous Justice. Job placement
sonal property, at pub-3310- Musicallnstmments assistance. Computer
lic auction and will sell 3320 supplies available. Financial Aid Hard working cleaning
the .same, subject to 3330 Restaurant/Hotel if qualified. Call person needed for
taxes, all prior liens, 3340 Sporting Goods (866)858-2121, growing business.
encumbrances and 3350 Tickets (Buy & Sell) www.CenturaOnline. (must be able to drive
judgments, If any to com. to jobs). Non-smoking
the highest and best Coastal GA One environment. Call
bidder for CASH IN10 D Coastal GA Gem One Donna 994-1785
HAND. The proceeds 3110t Day Sale May -6th. -
to be applied as far as ..Golf/Waterfront
ymenhto a'Tc hs R t Community between Help Wanted. Join
of costs and the satis- eS eatcon- Savannah and St. Si- WiI-Trans Lease or
faction of the above de- dition .$50. 623-3662 mons Island. Loaded Company Driver Pro-
scribed execution. Kenmore washer & with amenities True Enjoy our rong
dryer. 5 years old. Ocean ccess $99 Freight Network. Must
WENDELL O HALL, $375. 982-1841 Call: (877)266-7376 be 23. (866)906-2982
SHERIFF OF SANTA e- 45
ROSA COUNTY FLOR- Lake Access 4.5+ AC
IDA CU Y Ronly $54,900 Beautiful
oaks, great location,
By:/s/Rosie Rogers 31S ready to build. Owner
ROSIE ROGERS B U I L 'D I N G financing. Call Owner
Deputy Sheriff SALE!"..."UNPRECEDENT- (866)352-2249
D y rE D.4.,
IF YOU HAVE A DISA- LOW PRICES". RE- .
ABILITY REQUIRING DUCED DEPOSITS. Lake Lot Deedback!
SPECIAL ACCOMMO- FLEXIBLE DELIVERY 3.3 AC- $18,200 FREE a
DATIONS OR TO AR- 25X30 $5,990. 30X40 BOAT SLIPS! (was BUSINESS& NANCiL.
RANGE TO VIEW THE $8,990. 35X50 $10,800. $34,900) Back on mkt |--~ INES--& -FlNCL
PROPERTY, PLEASE 40X60 $13,990. 50X100 for balance owed! 5100- Business
CONTACT JANICE $27,900. 'OTHERSI Hardwood lot w/ Opportunities
PLATT (850) 983-1281 (800)668-5422. Pioneer deeded access to pri- 5110- Money to Lend
AT LEAST SEVEN (7) Steel. Since 1980 vate lake, pavilion &
DAYS PRIOR TO THE METAL ROOFING. free boat'slips. Country
SALE DATE. 40yr Warranty-Buy di- rd frontage, utilities,
rect from manufacturer finan cing ust
051309 30/colors in stock, wall lent, c u5100
052009 accessories. Quick turn (88l)792-5253, x2288 100% RECESSION
052709 around. Delivery availa- PRIVATE LAND HOLD- PROOF! Do you earn
5/617 Mfg, (88)393-0335 INGS being liquidated $800 in a day? 25 Local
& Mfg, (888)393-0335 by national timber co. Machines and Candy
www.GuifCoastSupply.c at below cost. $9,995. (888)629-9968
om www.timberlandliquida- B02000033 CALL US:
1120 tors.com We will not be under-
DONATE YOUR VEHI- sold'
CLE RECEIVE $1000 3220 Golf-Lake living in
UNITED BREAST CAN- Spc Microfiber living Ri Tennessee. Finished 3
CER FOUNDATION set. Still in crate. Retail bedroom villas
Free Mammograms $1599, only $599 Can $139,900! Golf-Front
Breast Cancer Ino separate. 850-471-0330 parcels Only $29,900
Breast Cancer Info w/40% Discount at May
www.ubcf.info FREE Brand new Pillowtop 16th Sale. Call Tennes-
Towing, Tax Deducti- mattress Queen & foun- sean Land Sales today-
ble, Non-Runners Ac- dAtion, Fact. warr. $160
cepted, (888)468-5964. 850-255-3050 Deliv avail (888)939-9099.


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6100 Business/
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8110- Apartments
6120 Beach Rentals
6130 Condo/Townhouse
6140 House Rentals
6150 Roommate Wanted
6160 Rooms for Rent
8170 Mobile Home/Lot
8180 Out-of-Twn Rentals
6190 Timeshare Rentals
6200 Vacation Renltals



Milton
Commercial building
for rent. Located on
Stewart Street. 5 offices
with reception area and
receiving room. Will
consider renting unit as
a whole or individual
offices. Rent based on
space that you need.
Recently renovated. In-
ternet accessible.
255-4004
Milton Great Stewart
Street location profes-
sional office space
available various sizes
affordable rent w/ paid
utilities, internet acces-
sible. 255-4004



Milton
2/1 brick duplex.
Stove, fridge, laundry
room, patio & fenced
yard. All c/t flooring.
Non-smoking environ-
ment. $545. 626-2928
Milton
MOVE IN SPECIAL
1/BR furnished or un-
furnished. No dogs.
Has laundry room, in
ground swimming
pool, in walking dis-
tance to stores, res-
taurants, etc.$599 in-
cludes deposit, credit
check & 1st months
rent. Emerald Sands
712-9968

MOVE IN SPECIAL
Milton
Efficiency Apt.
Util. incld.. furnished
No dogs. Has laun-
dryroom, in ground
swimming pool, in
walking distance to
stores, restuarants,
etc. $599 includes
deposit, credit check
& 1st months rent.'
Emerald Sands
712-9968

MOVE IN SPECIAL
Milton
Emerald Sands
2/BR 1/BA, Walking
distance to Milton
No Dogs. $599 in-
cludes deposit, credit
check & 1st months
rent. 712-9968

MOVE IN SPECIAL
Milton
Off Avalon Blvd.
2/BR 2/BA with laun-
dryroom.-Up stairs
with balcony. Water
included. No dogs.
$599 includes de-
posit, credit check &
1st months rent
712-9968


MOVE IN SPECIAL 1 Person Only Small New Govern-
MOVE IN SPECIAL Mobile Home Cozy mn Fan
Milton and Secluded.No Pets, ment Financing
Off Avalon Blvd. Non Drugs & smoking A GREAT Program!
2/BR 1/BA, cathedral environment. Perfect D E Lft On all 3 or 4 Bed-
ceilings, Lge kitchen, for student or retired rDEA L ooms! Rates as low as
laundry room. No person. Milton Area 4.75%. No Credit or
Dogs. $599 includes $100 per week. Utilities 602 Mooney Bad Credit OK! Call
deposit, credit check furnished. Call Robert Clayton Homes ofCre-
& 1st months rent. 418-0852 Rd. FWB stview 850-683-0758
712-9968 2 bedrooms with front Kenwood
,kitchen. Total electric.
SAVE $$$ on Advertis- No pets. $350 month. Beautiful brick 3 br, 2
ing! Run your classified Military, Senior Citizens ba, 2 cg. Close to
ad in over 100 Florida & HUD Discount. East bases on quiet half
newspapers reaching Gate Mobile Home acre corner lot. Built
over 4 MILLION readers Ranch. 850-686-8973 in 1994. Kitchen re-
for $475 that is less cently updated with
than $4 per newspaper. 2/1 New paint, covered stainless steel appli-
Call this newspaper or porch & outside stor- ances. Corner FP in
(866)742-1373 for more age. Garbage fur- LR wall brick hearth, O E
details or visit: nished. $425 mo, $425 vaulted ceilings, fresh
www.florda-dclap. Call Don Cumble paint, security sys- 8100 Antique & Collectibles
com. Realty at 626-8959 or tam, updated elec- 8810o-Cars
com. __________377-6787 tronic irrigation, large 8120 Sports Utility Vehicles
Chumuckla screened porch un- 8140- vans
2/2.. $450 month, $250 der roof, chain link 8150- Commercial
deposit 994-6212 or back yard perfect for 8160 Motorcycles
9 9140 12 q4-8865 pets. $294,900. Call 8170 Auto Parts
850 226-6754 & Accessories
3 BR 2 Bath located on Clean 14x70 MH 2br, 8210- Boats
Queens St. Rent $700. 2ba. $500/mo + $300 8220 Personal Watercraft
Security Dep $700. dep. OR 2br, 1ba, = 8230 Sailboats
595-6234 ext 204 $400/mo + $300 dep. 8240 Boat & Marine
.No pets. 675-6614 Supplies
NO pets. -14 8245 Boat Slips & Docks
4 Rentals Available Milton (Bruce Lane) 8310 Aircraft/Aviation
Milton 3/1 6610 Includes water, gar- 8320 ATV/Off Road Vehicles
Wesdon Ct 750 bage and lawn service. Bank Owned Prop- 8330- Campers & Trailers
month 600 dep. 2/2 for $450 month. erties Free Lists 8340- Motorhomes
Milton 4 bd. 6776 2/2 for $350/month Cellstate Gulfcoast
Harvell. 550. month Call 698-4582 Realty 850 472-2500
Chumcka dep Hwy. Milton- Bagdad
9707 Chumuckla 3 Bed 2 Bath in Park 8110
Hwy. 3 bedroom Total electric, no pets. Acura Integra 96 $650!
$550 mo, $500dep. DInc water & 'garbage, Destin Honda Civic 96 $500!
Milton 6406 Skyline furn $475. month/ $250 Destiny West, Toyota Camry 97 $700!
Dr. 3 bedroom$595 deposit. Off Da Lisa es Ford Taurus 99 $450!
Dr 3$500 dep.om 5. Road. Bay Crest Realty By Owner Police Impounds! For
Call Bliumacd Realty 994-7918 Close to the beach, listings call
n. 9um Realty Milton Beautiful 2 story (800)366-9813 ext
IInc. 981-1631 Milton F stucco, tile roof, 4 bd, 9275.
MOBILE HOMES FOR 25 bth on Paradise
4107 Riddle Street RENT. Between $300 Isle. 3255 sqft, neigh- 96 Honda Civic $500!
3/1, 1,200 sf. $695 &$400 a month, borhood pool, tennis, 97 Toyota Camry $700!
month, $695 deposit. 983-7259_ 68-7506 Built in 2005. $820,000. 97 VW Passat $500!
478-4607 Eric Gleaton Navarre 2 Br, 2 Ba, Call 830-3287 for show- Police Impounds for
Realty, Inc. fenced yard, shed with ing. Agents welcome. Sale! hondas chevys
electricity, $550 mo. af- jeeps! for listings
3/2 fenced back yard ter discount. 936-6904 (800)366-9813 ext 9499
w/stove & frig, w/d North Milton
hook up. Non-smoking 2/2 Mobile Home on 1998 Honda Accord
in 65house. 623-5481p.Cir Total Electric. $450 71SO Camry only $1200
HUD/rent, $250/dep. No 1995 Honda Civic only
HUDpets. Bay Crest Realty $570. Bu Polic
994-7918 FREE LIST of Florida/ $570.mpounds! For Listingce
4bd 2ba only $318/mo! Georgia land bargains! Impouns ext
3bd 2ba only $270/mo! Pace 20 acres & up. Best (800)382-6313 ext.
3bd 2ba only $199/mo! 2/1 Mobile Home in land deals in America! A799.
Buy Foreclosuresi Stop park, water & garbage www FreeLandList.com
Renting! 5%dn, 20yrs furnished. $435/rent CASH PAID
@ 8.5%APR! For Prop- $250/dep. Total Elec- for junk cars
arty Listings trick, no pets. or trucks
(800)935-3541 ext. Bay Crest Realty. Running or not.
1328. (850) 994-7918 Call: 983-9527
Mltn Cute ole Florida Pace or 723-5048
Miton Cute ole Florida 3976 Edgefield St. I 7160
home. 3 br/1 ba, CH/A, 3/2 doublewide with
washer & dryer. Good fireplace, 8X10 shed
location. Bike trails, and washer/dryer. $700 0 Down
Schools. $700 mth month, $600 deposit For all land owners.
$700 dep. 623-8365 396-5034 Your land or family 8330 |
land. All Credit O.K. 1989 36' 8" Dutchman
Milton Pace 850-682-3344 Travel Trailer. $4,000.
Like New Three trailers and one 623-5100 or 723-8802
3/2 w/garage. efficiency apartment.
$850 mth-$800 dep. Water & garbage fur-
Pets considered nished. Nice and clean. Get your share of the
501-0273 or 529-7899 Low rates. 995-1717 Government
NEAR TANGLEWOOD Quiet & clean. 2/2, all Bailout... I 8340
3/2 with large,fenced electric, CH&A, garden Receive up to $8000 to 2005 Grand Junction
yard. $900 month, $800 tub, large front deck help buy your new Dutchman 33 TRL, 3
deposit. 781-729-742500 an 8X12 ncstorage. home.. Call Clayton slides, 2 refrigerators &
de i. 5ga rbe$ m$o. (n water. Homes of Crestview for fireplace. $35,000.
Now Available. 2 Br, 2 a dep. 3-451sewer) details 850-683-0758 626-6382
bath house. Stove,
dishwasher, refrig in- Quiet Park-2/BR, 1/Bth
cluded. $675 a month. $365 + dep. 2/BR,
Call 850.393.9367 2/Bth $545 +.Dep.,.
Non-smoking envn, no comle MULRD j 9 U4 an& S
Pace pets. Sewer & Garbage
3578 Acy Lowery Rd InM itched HUDOK ALSll
5br/4.5 baths; 3,614 sf. Lot Rentals 626-1552 J it h l
$1,895 mo. $1,895 dep. West Milton M t h l
478-4607, Eric Gleaton 3/BR 2/BA on private General Sales Manager
Realty, Inc. lot. Total electric, no
Rentt Inc pets. 5133 Ridgeway 06 Ford F150 Super Cab Larait
Rent to Own> Milton Blvd. $60/mth
Nice Remolded 3/4 br $300/dep. Bay Crest Sharp50k 1 6988
1 Bath, Ceiling Fans Realty harp k .. 16,
energy efficient Stor- 994-7918
age bldg. Fenced $695 05 Ford Super Cab XLT
Month Security Deposit .
$600 994-0155 *.\ 50k Clean ........ 15,988
Waterfront 3700 sf, 04 Ford F250 Super Cab XLT
4br/3ba, Home on "
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2009 Delinquent Tax Roll


Santa Rosa's Press Gazette I C 1 0


STAN COLIE NICHOLS

TAX COLLECTOR

SANTA ROSA COUNTY
LEGAL NOTICE

NOTICE OF UNPAID DELINQUENT TANGIBLE
PERSONAL PROPERTY TAXES AS PROVIDED BY
SECTION .197.062 FL STATUTES, NOTICE IS HEREBY
GIVEN THAT TANGIBLE PERSONAL PROPERTY TAXES
ASSESSED FOR 2008 ARE NOW DELINQUENT AND
BEGINNING WITH APRIL 1ST SUCH TAXES ASSESSED
FOR 2008 ARE DRAWING INTEREST AT THE RATE "
OF 18 PERCENT PER YEAR AND UNLESS THE
DELINQUENT TAXES ARE PAID BEFORE JUNE 1, 2009
WARRANTS WILL BE ISSUED THEREON AND THE TAX
COLLECTOR WILL APPLY TO THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR
AN ORDER DIRECTING LEVY UPON AND SEIZURE
OF THE PERSONAL PROPERTY OF THE TAXPAYER FOR
THE UNPAID TAXES.
THE AMOUNT OF TAXES INCLUDING THE COST OF
ADVERTISING AND THE INTEREST TO DATE ARE AS
FOLLOWS:


1 0000000780 4,137.36
A J ELLIOTT LOGGING INC

200000004100 13.38
ABC MOBILE HOME PARK

3 0000010700 '3,335.36
ADAMS HOMES OF NW FL INC

40000022500 343.39,
ALLEN JAMES R & KELLY R

5 0000026725 51.54
ALLENS STERN DRIVE REPAIR

60000042550 81.07
ANGELS ORIENTAL BAKERY

7 0000052800 5.92
MIKE ATKINSON INSURANCE

8 0000056830 107.85
AVALON CUSTOM WOODWORKING *

9 0000092300 1,071.00
BAY POINTE HOMES CORP

10 0000145520 6.80.
MARLI'S WEB DESIGNS

11 0000154450 1,446. 18
BROWNS HAULING INC

12 0000178800 295.05
BY PASS MINI MART

13 0000183512 2,113.30
C & J OF PACE INC/CAROLINE ST

14 0000209900 46.74
CARPENTERS GARAGE

15 0000217250 239.99
CARTER CUSTOM HOMES

16 0000217900 84.05
CARVER MANAGEMENT SERVS INC

17 0000242100, / 802.58
CHETS SEAFOOD RESTAURANT II *

18 0000246050 343.64
CHOP .& TRIM TREE SERVICE

19 0000258178 769.28
NEAL COLLEY ENTERPRISES INC

20 0000259766 47.25
COMPUTERS OF GULF BREEZE

21 0000275000 203.95
GARY COOPER PLUMBING INC

220000276000 6.38
COOPERS TAXIDERMY INC

230000281900 402.35
CREAMERY THE

24 0000286890 21,973.03
SALTER 3 C'S CONSTRUCTION INC

25 0000327980 20.00
DOUBLE D SALES

26 0000330000 753.69
DOWNS PAINT & BODY INC

27 0000340000 4,210.94
EARTH AMERICA CORP

28 0000399000 169.09,
FATHER & SON CARPET CARE

29 0000412900 37.16
FIVE FLAGS BUILDERS INC

300000418900 15.17
FLOWERS BY YOKO

31 0000433100 9.70
FOX CHASE APARTMENT

32 0000464500 6.54
GLOVER KEVIN TAXIDERMY

33 0000469.800 1,024.86
CTN-NUT FARMS INGC

340000477700 593.69
GOLDEN ANTHONY P

350000481700 139.66
GOLLS POOLS II INC

36 0000499302 482.04
GUARANTEE TITLE & TRUST

370000527600 8.17
HAIR TRENDS

38 0000534800 6.75
HAMM'S BARBER SHOP


39 0000546600
CUSTOM DESIGN INTERIORS INC

40 0000580555
HICKS LANDCLEARING

41 0000583000
HILTONS PEST CONTROL

42 0000600300
HOLLOWAYS AUTO REPAIR

43 0000617300
HURD BROTHERS TREE SERVICE

44 0000628265
THE INSURANCE LADY OF IWFL INC

45 0000645000
.JAY HARDWARE & GIFT SHOP

46 0000686500
JOINER FILL DIRT INC

470000712880
K & K CONSTRUCTION GROUP INC

48 0000721000
KENS PAINT & BODY SHOP .

49 0000726800
KIDS STUFF LEARNING & CHILD

50 0000727000
KILEY COUNTRY SUPERETTE II

51 0000737000
KWIK BURGER

52 0000753400
CURTIS LEE INC

53 0000850700
MCKINLEY RESIDENTIAL INC

54 0000854000
MEDIA ONE COMMUNICATION INC

55 0000891000
MISS TRISHS CHILD CARE

56 0000902200
MONTGOMERY REALTORS INC

57 0000928100
NAVARRE PAINT & BODY SHOP INC

58 0000946350
NORTHWEST FLORIDA INVESTMENTS

59 000094@900
NOWLING FARMS

60 0000986075
PANDOLFI PAUL J

61 0000989580
PARKER PAINTING

62 0000991700
PARKMQRE PLAZA SHOPPING CENTER

63 0000999400
J C PROS INC / SCREEN PRINTING

64 0001002200
PENSACOLA .DIAGNOSTIC

65 0001017400
PHOENIX'LANDSCAPE AND

66 0001034450
PIZZA HUT-NAVARRE

67 0001086415
RIGHT MIX BEAUTY SUPPLY

68 0001095400
ROLLO JOHNNY P

69 0001111200
SALTER CURTIS (FARM)

70 0001115600
SALTER ROOFING

71 0001189200
SIX FLAGS COIN LAUNDRY'

72 0001198500
P & S CONSTRUCTION SERVICES

73 0001210965
SOUTHERN RACEWAY INC

74 0001210969
SOUTHERN SURVEYING INC

75 0001237000
STOKES TED ATTORNEY

76 0001303050
TREE WORKS PLUS INC

77 0001303300 ,
TRIBBLE EDWARD A

780001331480
VILLAGE APARTMENTS

790001332075
COOPERS VINYL INSTALLERS INC

800001338700
AUTRY WALKER CONSTRUCTION INC

81 0001361525
WEDDINGS PLUS

820001363500
WEEKS REALTY INC

83 0001365800
WELLS LAND CLEARING INC

840001366975
WESLEY BENJAMIN

850001377400
WESTGATE CAR WASH


1,261.55 860001378200
WHIDBY APPRAISAL COMPANY

20.83 87 0001395000
WILLIAMS GOLF CART

30.23 88 0001450060
FLORIDA COAST REALTY INC

15.72 890001450249
S & L ART

138.47 900001450286
C & H PLUMBING

13.71 91 0001450317
MCCALL MASONRY INC

41.81 920001450320
YVONNES HAIR FASHIONS

4,547.78 93 0001450329
POTTER CLAIRE B

641.65 94 0001450350
KEN MILUS HOME IMPROVEMENT INC

.34.11 95 0001450427
DAVIS MASONRY INC

48.76 96 0001450481
R & R PHILLIPS CONSTRUCTION

171.97 970001450528 '
OASIS PAINTING & PRESSURE

98.64 98 0001450532
LINDSAY BUILDERS INC

2,386.66 99 0001450636
JACKS MOBILE HOME PARTS&REPAIR

-12.12 10001450824
PDW PRINTING DESIGN WONDERS

434.43 101 0001450832
LOVING CARE SITTERS INC

44.49 102 0001450854
LIPSEY HOMES INC

1,319.57 103 0001450864
WEBSTER CONSTRUCTION

514.55 104 0001450931
LLOYD WILLIAM ELECTRICAL

1,950.24 105 0001450937
CAIN MELANIE JAYNE

1,812.73 '106 0001451069
JOHN JOINER INC

100.74 107 0001451087
THE STEP ZONE LLC

.9.24 108 0001451145
EMERALD COAST MASONRY

21.84 109 0001451214
FRENCH KAREN

462.40 1.10 0001451339
EAST RIVER SMOKEHOUSE INC

555.63 111 0001451344
THE LISTENER GROUP INC

28.34 112 0001451411
DRAGON EXPRESS

234.64 113 0001451430
DALE'S MARINE CONSTRUCTION INC

97.20 114 0001451479
ELEGANT NAILS BY ORKIE

362.62 115 0001451604
HORACE MANN INSURANCE

126.14 116 0001451606
BAKER CREATIVE

60.18 1170001451661
POPEYES CHICKEN & BISKETS #32

901.39 118 0001451663
NAVARRE THERAPEUTIC MASSAGE

822.83 119 0001451816
BETH ASTIN

344.76 1200001451829
REX ENTERPRISES INC

835.61 121 0001451832
PEACOCK MASONRY

19.61 122 0001451877
M PETE MCNABB OF NW FL INC

603.70 123 0001452081
PORTER MICHEAL TRUCKING INC

701.48 124 0001452110
SWD INSTALLATION PROF INC

23.42 1250001452135
NATIONAL QUALITY LEADERSHIP

45.67 1260001452183
MORGAN GOLF DESIGN INC

1,406.29 1270001452213
SMITH RODNEY

34.49 128 0001452225
RHA MACHINE & WELDING

137.41 129 0001452234
ROBINSON MICHAEL D SR

127.97 130 0001452242
NON-PROFIT RESOURCE (THE)

45.86 131 0001452349
SESSIONS LANDCLEARING INC

962 1320001452357
VALUEPAGE INC


13.74 133 0001452366
EMERALD COAST GARAGE DOORS

31.84 134 0001452540
VILLAS AT GULF BREEZE INC

472.78 135 0001452619
CONTEMPORARY LANDSCAPES

57.47 136 0001452641
POST LANDING EXXON CORPORATION

145.91 1370001452679
RICK TREMOR INC


56.49


138 0001452867
FRANK HARDY PHOTOGRAPHY


18.31 139 0001452882
RELIABLE LAND TITLE CORP

5.60 140 0001452898
GARCON UTILITIES INC

15.46 141 0001452917
ADAMS PLASTERING & STUCCO

164.34 1420001452921
RUSSELL'S WELL & PUMP SERVICE

2,401.47 1-43 0001452997
BILLS TATOO STUDIO

19.15 1440001453002
TRENT'S PRINTS

39.49 145 0001453053
LAMBERTS CUSTOM LAWN CARE

46.31 146 0001453102
U S MEDICAL LICENSING

37.96 1470001453120
ACCESS BENEFITS INC

51.65 148 0001453170
PICKARD MICHAEL JR

15.08 149 0001453172
GODWIN MASONRY INC

314.94 1500001453189
SPEEDZONE

34.24- 151 0001453194
ANTIQUE FURNITURE WORKS OF

44.52 152 0001453195
RENEW SYSTEMS OF FLORIDA INC

1,109.13 153 0001453205
MILLER DONALD HTG & A/C

8.16 154 0001453295
NOUVEAU PASTRIES

157.36 155 0001453320
SOUTHERN SEAFOOD INC

11.01 156 0001453322
COASTLINE MEDIA

218.37 157 0001453408
YOUNG RONALD & EVELYN

2,421.37 158 0001453420
SOUND ORTHOPAEDICS

67.06 159 0001453464
L & H LOGGING

3,991.57 160 0001453616
DAVID'S LAND CLEARING

3.71 161 0001453695
WESTERN FINANCE & LEASE INC(C)

30.40 162 0001453705
PARKER BRIAN R & KATRINA R

21.78 163 0001453708
ELLIS ENVIRONMENTAL GROUP LC

53.13 164 0001453732
MCGUYRE WELL DRILLING

13.00 165 0001453734
WEST FLORIDA COATINGS INC

39.55 166 0001453772
RALPH MEARS CONSTRUCTION INC

28.92 167 0001453858
SANTA ROSA REALTY OF NW FL INC

82.22 168 0001453884
DIVOTECH GOLF CORPORATION

' 84.05 169 0001453905
JASON LEE LANDCLEARING INC

15.00 170 0001453944
BOB JONES FLOOR COVERING LLC

126.40 171 0001453949
EARTHWORKS LAWN & LANDSCAPING

38.89 172 0001453952
CURVES FOR WOMEN(PACE)

34.28. 173 0001453953
MJE CONSTRUCTION INC

26.66 174 0001453969
LAWN CUT OF NW FL INC

9.10 175 0001453979
EMILEE'S CLOSET

13.18 176 0001454069
FIVE J'S INC

11.18 1770001454168
BOLES ARNOLD & ANN

1,520.43 178 0001454237
DESIGNERS' SOURCE OF PENSACOLA

236.29 179 0001454283
JAY FUNERAL HOME


2009 Delinquent Tax Roll




Santa Rosa County, Florida

LEGAL NOTICE
Notice of Sale


10.07


4,185.24,


205.56


1,663.66


42.79


23.14


367.36


4,121.90


3.87


111.,36


4.22


17.69


32.13.


18.47


5.51f


12.5 -


69.56


28.20


17.49


34.54


8.08,


110.82.


79.46


18.47.


17.23.


140.95


661.03


1,732.01


604.55


30.35


461.11


54.27


386.81


165.97


287.28


1,813.79


2,285.35


8.33


217.16


29.15


18.96


450.34


192.81


1,075.12


86.46


31.28


126.64






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1800001454309
PROFESSIONAL WALLCOVERING

181 0001454310
AMERICAN AUTOMOTIVE PAINT &

182 000.1454322
ANALYTIC CONSTRUCTION INC

183 0001454336
SNORTHROP HOMES & CONSTRUCTION

184 0001454374
ACE'S FILLING STATION INC

185 0001454396
THE SIGN STOP

1860001454424
PAMFEST PRODUCTIONS INC

18 000(1454525
DONE WRIGHT JANITORIAL SERVICE

188 0001454680
CREWS PLUMBING CO.

189 0001454682
COYOTE LAND CO INC

190 0001454701
BAY BEACH HOTEL LLC

191 0001454719
UPS STORE THE (PACE)

192 1454103097
DURA-MED SOUTHEAST INC

193 1454107097
ALLEN SERVICES OF NWF INC

194 3001454761
CANCUNS MEXICAN RESTAURANT LLC

19i 3001454784
Al ACTION LAWN CARE LLC

196o3001454793
AUTOWORX TIRE & AUTOMOTIVE INC

-19T 001454805"
CHARLES BRANUM INC

198 3001454840
EAGLE RV SERVICE

199 3001454953
PAINTER & CO (THE)

200 3001454970
XCLEAN SERVICES LLC

201" 30601455057
MARTIN'S WELDING

202 3001455196
HONEY DO HOME REPAIR

203300145522p
E W SMITH CARPENTRY LLC

2043001455275
PINACLE CORPORATION

205 3001455393
KRJ CONSULTING

206 3001455437
SMITH'S OUTDOOR SERVICE LLC

207 3001455521
CHARLIE BRAD LARKER
-----=== "
208 3001455524
COMPREHENSIVE HEALTH

209'3001455558
GULF BREEZE PLUMBING

21 ( 3001455604
OCEAN BREEZE

21 '3001455613
R A PITMAN JR HOME BUILDERS

21 3001455688
JIMMY D STOKES

213 3001455693
ANN BARNHILL TRUCKING INC

214 3001455759
J PETERMAN CONSULTING

215 3001455763
JESSE BARNHILL TRUCKING

216 3001455851
REED'S SEPTIC/PLUMBING SVCS IN

217'3601455858
SOLID WASTE HAULERS OF FLORIDA

218 3601455864
SULLIVAN FAMILY PHARMACY

219'3001455870
TECH-STAR SYSTEMS LLC

220 3001455882
WATSON'S RIVERRUN MARINA INC

22f 3001455911
GULF ADVANCED CONSTRUCTION INC

22 3001455987
MANATEE POOL SUPPLY

223 3001456025
ROBERT'S FIELD MOWING

2243001456046
TAYLORMAN SERVICE CO

225 3001456055
TRI BREEZE INC

226 3001456071
BENNY COVERT CONSTRUCTION

227'3001456197
TERRY MARTIN SERVICES

2283001456232
PERRY W BIGGS


22q 3001456287
CREATIVE CONTRACTORS LLC

236 3001456350
COLEMAN PRODUCTION

23f 3001456379
FURNITURE & MATTRESS GALLERY

232 3001456419


MELINDA C MCKAY INTERIOR
15.85 =========
233 3001456440
PRESTIGE APPRAISAL SERVICE
99.60 =====....
234 3001456469
SUNCOAST FLOORING INC
76.70 =========
235 3001456529
BREEZE'S BEST FLOORING
8.04 =========
236 3001456575
RUSSELL A KELLEY
123.19 ======
237.3001456605
WINDOWS BY DESIGN ETC INC
67.61
238 3001456610
SIMS ELECTRIC CO INC


2,453.01


239 3001456631
JOSEPH GOODEN JR CONSTRUCTION


7.20 =========
240 3001456658
ADVANCED INTERIOR SOLUTIONS'
294.04 ======
241 3001456707
FISHER THOMAS INC
6,159.60 =========
242 3001456712
S R W FIREWORKS INC
17,092.82 =========
243 3001456787
PENNY PANTRY


104.84


2443001456926
AMERISTAR HOMES INC


502./7 =========
245 3001456937
BARNARD'S SEPTIC TANK CO.INC
10,012.70 =========
2463001456969
DOWNS COLLISION CENTER INC
97.52 =========
247 3001456978
SPENCER REALTY OF NW FL
71.06
248 3001456991
PRUDENTIAL INSURANCE
713.73
249 3001457011
NAVARRE DIRT & SITE
6.89
250 3001457028
WESLEY'S TREE & MARINE
59.67 =========
251 3001457071
PATTERSON LIGHTING
14.72 =========
252 3001457135
TNT PEST SERVICES INC
2,005.12 ========= .
253 3001457149
THOMAS A MCCULLOM
31.92 ======.=. =
254 3001457213
DAVID A TSIKURIS


20.67


r')> A r


255 3001457276
CREATIVE SPACE OF NW FL INC


523Z.43 5 =-=
256 3001457283
ANTHONY BROWN
14.12 =========
257 3001458801
THOMAS L BROWN MD & ASSOC
20.50 =========
258 4001457478
MOORE BETTER INSHORE FISHING


1,429.81


20.79


259 4001457497
RANDALL MCCALL TRACTOR WORK

260 4001457550
A-1 HOME INSPECTIONS


167.88 =========
'261 4001457646
LASER THERAY SOLUTIONS
1,426.43
262 4001457661
OFFICE LOUNGE THE
23.07 =========
263 4001457695
STROUD CONSTRUCTION INC
23.50 ========
264 4001457708
THE TAX CENTER
108.10 =========
265 4001457814
WEEKEND WARRIOR LLC
184.46 =========
266'4001457863 ,
MICHAEL E BURROUGHS SR INC
12.08 =========
267 4001457948
CATS CARS
279.14 =========
268 4001458045
GOMEZ CONCRETE LLC
1,527.89 =========
269 40Q1458161
COBALT COMPUTER SERVICES
28,618.80
270 4001458248
KLS CONSTRUCTION
308.11 =========
271 4001458262
MASTERTECH MARINE
--00


53.88 =========
272 4001458264
MCREILLY INC
492.57 =======
2734001458404
FATHER & SON LAWN MAINTENANCE'
17.87 =========
274 4001458437
JEFF GARRETTS LAWN MAINTENANCE
5.01 =========
275 4001418520
SIMPLIFIED ACCOUNTING &
I n9 ---- ----


308.23 ========= 1
276 4001458567
MARY LANDERS CLEANING
11.24 ==========
277 400'1458568
MATTHEW R WASSMER SERVICES LLC
38.21
278 4001458693
FDS CONSTRUCTION INC
11.64 =========
279 4001458776
EXPREZIT CONVENIENCE STORESLLC
12.83 =======
280 4001458803
DAGWOODS DELI DELITES
19.10 =========
281 4001458857
-CONRAD VELAZQUEZ CONSTRUCTION
115.13 =========
282 4001458881
JAZZERCISE OF GULF BREEZE
669.46 =========
283 4001458904
PINCKARD FLOORING LLC
87.29 =========
284 4001458936
APC NETWORK SOLUTIONS INT'L
8.06 =========


285 4001458971
BUTLER-SMITH ANGELA A
14.62 =========
286 4001459263
ACE BUSINESS COMMUNICATIONS I
187.02
287 4001459303
CES PROMOTIONS
7.20 =========
288 4001459324
D L FISS SEAMLESS GUTTERS
15.43
289 4001459336
FAMILY HEATING & A/C
17.87 =========
290 4001459358
HOUSEHOLD TERMITE & PEST
7.29 =========
291 4001459397
MAINTENANCE PLUS
25.47 ========.
292 4001459430
WOODBINE CERAMICS DBA
1,285.36 .=========
293 4001459543
BOBBY COX SPECIALITY SERVICE


338.93


117 .0c


294 4001459556
BULLDOG MASONRY ENTERPRISE INC


137.85 - - -
295 4001459639
EMERALD COAST EURO-TAN
410.09 =========
296 4001459672
JONES LIFT SERVICE
165.92 =======
297 4001459709
DEEP SOUTH ROSES
327.04 =======
298 4001459808
3D DESIGNS
2,365.41 =========
2994001459835
MEGABYTZ COMPUTERS
391.37 =========


300 4001459839
DWIGHT MALON INC
33.58 =========
301 4001459859
TAMMY'S LAWN & SOD INC
6,468.33 =========
302 4001459882
KENNETH E WITT CARPENTRY INC


273.68


303 4001459925
STEVE HARRINGTON HOMES INC


12.17 ======
304 4001460009
FISCHER DESIGN BUILD INC
28.77 ========-
305 4001460071
COMFORT INN & CONFERENCE CENTER
4.58
306 4001460130
JOE REEDER TRUCK & TRACTOR
41.70 ========


307 4001460140
PANHANDLE COMM PROP #4293 (TP)
324.79 =========
308 4001460141
PANHANDLE COMM PROP #7444 (GB)
26.54 =========
309 4001460142
PANHANDLE COMM PROP #4425


121.33


310'4001460253
R & H MASONRY CONTRACTORS INC


81.33
311 4001460312
AEGEAN BREEZE INC
2,279.44 -=======
312 4001460722
VAUGHN'S DRYWALL/PAINTING INC
4.71 =========
313 5001450129
WCB FLOOR COVERING LLC
13.82 =========
314 5001450135
WHATEVER INC (GB)


34.99


7Q I.Q


315 5001450139
WISE CONSULTING


78.18 ==========
316 5001450184
BEST BUY AUTOS OF GULF BREEZE
27.24 =========
317 5001450249
JOHN COLE'S STUMP GRINDING
11.10
318 5001450278
NDC PAYROLL SERVICES
24.95
319 5001450315
ST FRANCIS VETERINARY HOSPITAL
97.74 =========
320 5001450330
TNS HANDYMAN SERVICE
288.75 ====
321 5001450339
TRJK INC
9.08 =========
322 5001450352
MIDWAY TEXACO
17.87 =========
323 5001450363
DOUBLE CREEK LLC
26.52 ======
324 5001450368
PRODUCTION METAL STAMPINGS INC
43.26 No Legal Information Found

325 5001450554 -
37.25 *LARRY FRIEND LAWN CARE

3265001450561
10.54 J&S SPRINKLERS & WELL DRILLING

327 5001450568
5.98 EMERALD COAST TRANSPORTATION

328 5001450569
15.29 GEORGE &. MARSHALL

329 5001450571
.29.27 PANHANDLE TRUCK TIRE SERVICE

3305001450593
2,926.42 SIMPLE EXPRESSIONS

331 5001450645
4,474.32 WEDDING WALLS

332 5001450673
66.51 KELLY'S PIES

333 5001450682
163.33 FREEMAN MEDICAL GROUP

334 5001450749
14.15 C 4 DISPLAY INTERIORS INC

335 5001450750
14.48 MARIA JONES SIGNS
==========
3365001450766
9.78 DRAGONFLY CHARTERS

337 5001450791


123.40 JNV SERVICESLLC

338 5001450808
17.36 DAVID THORP FLEET ACCESSORIES

339 5001450872
5.92 JHS CONSTRUCTION INC

340 5001450880
6.98 WILLIAM J HUNT LLC

341 5001450885
35.52 JOHN CREGUT INC

342 5001450905
31.07 PREFERRED PAINTING

343 5001450920
53.42 GDL CYCLES

344 5001450929
166.33 KAHUNAZ UNLIMITED

345 5001450932
20.68 MARK'S A/C CLEANING

346 5001450948
86.01 ONE MORE YARD

347 5001450964
796.15 CONFIDENTIAL CLIENT CONNECTION

3485001451018
21.93 UNIQUE DESIGN INC

3495001451063
4.45 ARTFAUX DESIGN

350 5001451065
7.51 BEACHES N CREAM

351 5001451164
5.01 PARAISO HAIR STUDIO CO

352 5001451237
6.18 JOE FINCH

353 5001451247
4.54 SUPERIOR SERVICES & SUPPLY INC

354 5001451388
24.13 RDH WORKS INC

355 5001451670
576.37 BACK-YARD PRODUCTIONS

356 5001451693
148.89 LIFESTYLE SOLUTIONS GROUP INC

357 5001451714
3,768.55 JOHN ELLIS HANDYMAN SERVICES

358 5001451781
349.70 REMEDY CONCRETE SERVICE LLC

359 5001451810
1,246.13 JEFFERY KING EXTERIORS

3605001451820
1,927.65 COUNTRYSIDE TREE SERVICE
====== ==
361 5001451,824
2,884.14 SESSIONS WHITE & NORTHROP

362 5001451859
992.39 ALVERSON CONTRACTING INC

363 5001451876
345.82 PANHANDLE AEROSPACE LLC

364 5001451877
475.54 EMPIRE ANTIQUES SERVICES

3"65 5001451931
15.87 CARPENTER & SONS FENCE &

366 5001451950
189.05 J & T DRYWALL LLC

367 5001451982
16.87 TIM HOGAN HANDYMAN

368 5001451999
19.32 VTH DEVELOPMENT GROUP LLC

369 5001452025
.15.45 LARRY J MATHERNE JR

370 5001452092
4.65 SKINSATIONS SKIN CARE STUDIO

371 5001452095
257.77 RACHAEL JOHNSON

372 5001452097
3.61 TUNED CIRCUITS INC

373 5001452102
23.14 G M CONSTRUCTION SRVC OF NWFL

374 5001452122
1,272.60 HUMBERTO'S DRYWALL HOME
===== ====
375 5001452130
171.19 ADVANCED LIGHTING & DESIGN

376 5001452152
2,476.77 MARTIN KING CONSTRUCTION LLC

3775001452161
MICHAEL PENN LLC
17.87 =========
3785001452286
STEPH & ELLIE'S EMPORIUM
26.54 =========
379 5001452352
ANOTHER PAK & SHIP INC
42.33 ===.==.
380 5001452363
ROPELLA & ASSOCIATES INC
5.27
381 5001452371
INVESTORS WAREHOUSE INC
66.94 =========
382 5001452391
MR BUILDINGS & SERVICES INC
62.76 =========
383 5001452407
AMERICAN MARKSMAN GROUP INC
17.87
384 5001452414
SKATELAND SKATING CENTER OF
78.90 ======.
385 5001452457
EXPRESSIONS INC
17.87 =========
3865001452484


NEXTEL SOUTH CORP #FL583
2,594.54 =========
387 5001452486
C RENA KERSEY PEDIATRIC


17.87


388 5001452524
TRINITY DNA SOLUTIONS LLC


42.31 =========
389 5001452595
ALL WEATHER FENCE
14.52 ======. .


. *


15.07


17.87


19.15


20.88


6.43


659.84


17.87


17.87


127.00


47.82


251.62


10.64


46.80


130.66


11.66


465.39


6.13


13.03


87.29


17.87


88.95


17.87


49.12


20.12


7.22


33.92


16.41


11.82


35.32


7.50


459.52


50,17


51.51


28.10


47.66


15.77


4.40


52.32


17.87


6.91


3,239.93


290.56


1,915.76


29.74


119.76


48.22


57.55


1,027.14


161.18


146.10


2,777.66


23.19






Wednesday, May 13, 2009


2009 Delinauent Tax Rolls


Santa Rosa's Press Gazette | C 12


390 5001452612
NORTHWEST FLORIDA INVESTMENTS

391 5001452616
TAZMANIUM CONSTRUCTION INC

392 5001452626
2 SISTERS CONSULTING & DESIGN

393 5001452638
BEST LANDSCAPING LLC

394 5001452648
EMERALD COAST PLUMBING

395 5001452650
UNIQUE HOMES OF FLORIDA INC

3965001452657
SUNRE INVESTMENTS (DBA)

397 5001452681
LACOSTE FARMS

398 6001450035
DIGITAL HEARING INSTRUMENTS

399 6001450051
J & B AUTOMOTIVE

400 6001450092
GUITAR STUDIO INCTAR DUO

401 6001450098
BRIAN C BAKER TAXIDERMY

402 6001450139 -
DAVE'S FEED & SEED

403 6001450152
BOUTWELL AUTOMOTIlyE & TIRES

404 6001450153
SOUTHCOAST CONSTRUCTION OF THE

405 6001450173
'JAMES RICH BUILDERS INC

406 6001450196
WHITE'S NATURAL FLOORING LLC

407 6001450197
BRUSH STROKES OF AMERICA INC.

408 6001450260
BREEZE MART INT'L OF GULF BRZ

4096001450262
BEACH EXPRESS CAR WASH INC

410 6001450266 I ,
NOOK & KRANNY CLEANING LLC

411.6001450267
R & M CONSTRUCTION LLC

412 6001450282
GULF CONSTRUCTION & ENGINEERING

413 6001450315
B T'S LOUNGE

414 6001450354
SHEPPARD & SON

415 6001450407
SINGERHOUSE & MULLEN INC

416 6001450434
ONE WAY CARPENTRY LLC

417 6001450437
CLARKSON ENTERPRISES LLC

418 6001450449
WALTER COOPER. CUSTOM PAINTING

419 6001450496
COMPLETE PAIN MANAGEMENT

420 6001450542
'BRICK & BLOCK PAVERS

421 6001450620
DEWEY'S GUTTER MACHINES

422 6001450629
RALEIGH SAMFORD & SON

423 6001450643
G P OFFICE LLC

4246001450680
ALLENTOWN ENTERPRISES LLC

4256001450726
CARTESIAN SERVICES INC

426 6001450742
BROUSSARD LLC

4276001450744 ,
PROPERTY ONE DEVELOPMENT ENT

428 6001450748
AUTHENTIC CONSTRUCTION INC

429 6001450775
HARTNETr & HARTNETT LLC

4306001450798 .
R & E PRO PAINT

431 6001450831
INTERNAL MEDICINE & PEDIATRICS

432 6001450834
NEU PROPERTIES & RESORTS

433 6001450895
EXPRESS PRINTING & MAILING

4346001450896
MICHAEL POLLARD CO(THE)

435 6001450909
AMERICAS SUPER FLOORING
==.=======
436 6001450915
ECKERTS HOME REPAIR

4376001450950
OUTRIDER TRUCKING INC

4386001451005
CONTRA VIENT Y MAREA LLC
======,==


439 6001451007
I R LESTER DDS PA

440 6001451025
GULF BREEZE FITNESS CENTER INC

441 6001451037
O'DANIEL MARINE CONSTRUCTION

442 6001451044
BARNETT'S FURNITURE (GB)


515.24 =========
443 6001451056
JIMMY PHILLIPS LANDSCAPING
56.24 =========
444 6001451119
HELEN CAYLOR'S MASSAGE
26.05 ====.....====
445 6001451159
WAYNE NORRIS
711.83, .=========
446 6001451164
RICKY T HANYMAN
303.05 =========
447 6001451191
BOUTWELL LAND CLEARING
1Q.28 =========
4486001451192
NEW ROOTS'LANDSCAPES
21.94 =========
449 6001451195
RYDALA LLC
35.28 =========
4506001451216
WHEELS UPHOLSTERY & TAILOR
54.66 =========
451 6001451225
HART'S YARD WORK
319.95 =========
452 6001451230
SOUTHERN GUNITE CONST INC
20.00 ========= .
453 6001451256
EL RODEO
8.33 =========
4546001451257
MANATEES STEWART ST GRILL
85.75 .......
455 6001451258
OKKI JAPANESE STEAK HOUSE
427.05 =========
456 6001451261
JERNIGANS EQUIPMENT RENTAL
12.54 =========
457 6001451268
GULE COAST TILE & STONE INC
16.25 =--.
S 458 6001451269
CUPPY'S COFFEE (P)
8.21
8.21 ======= =
459 6001451286
GENT'S FORMAL WEAR
42.19 =========
460 6001451307
SUNSET COASTAL LANDSCAPING INC
1,598.8.1 ========= .
461 6001451348
LS EMBROIDERY


3,168.24


462 6001451376
FLINT HORSE & CASTLE CO


7.73 ====.... ..
463 6001451390
WINGS ON THE GO .
1,264.68 =========.
464 6001451455
FENCE AND PLAY US
4,245.84 =========
465 6001451503
CHRISTOPHER MICHAUD
109.81=======
466 6001451530
CORE DYNAMICS CONSULTING
31.10 =========
467 6001451552
EMERALD COAST CONCRETE
3,568.25 =========
468 6001451557-
NATIONAL MUSIC SERVICE
24.52 =========
4696001451561
JOINER FILL DIRT LLC


18.73


470 6001451570
LEG UP STOOLS


98.23
471 6001451593
YAYOS DISASTER RECOVERY
4.06 =========
472 6001451598
PENNY PANTRY
55.16 =.==- =
4736001451604
TRIPLE HHH ENTERPRISE
12.29 =
474 6001451608
U-STORE-IT #729
47.71 =========
475 6001451627
T D A IRRIGATION INC
4.18 =========
476 6001451632
INTERNATIONAL CONTAINER
9.18 .. .
4776001451640
S K STONE & ASSOCIATES INC
17.02 =========
4786001451647
MELTPRO INC
11.85 =-=======
479 6001451659
CARPET & TILE.HEADQUARTERS
10,556.43 =========
4806001451688
THE HULL 9 YARDS LLC
19.92 =========
481 6001451715
WEST FLORIDA MASONRY COMPANY
13.77 ==== =='
482 6001451749,
NICHOLS SEAFOOD
12.11 ........
483 6001451783
CLEAR SKYES CONST INC
448.65
484 6001451794
WALKER & TRAVIS INVESTMENTS
10.98 ======.
4856001451811
VOGT CONCRETE PUMPING INC
87.29 ====.....
486 6001451897
PAMPERED PET| PARLOR
22.42 =.....
487 6001451924
SPOTLESS INTERIORS LLC
52.36 =.==
488 7001450002
THE COIN SHOP
6.13 .......- -
489 7001450039
WHATEVER INC (P)
28.20 =========
490 7001450082
JOHNNY BY THE SEA LLC
1,161.35 =====F===
491 7001450257
SEALESTIAL INSPIRATION
2,007.57 =========
4927001450324
SERVICE SOLUTIONS INC OF AL
,1,783.22 =========
493 7001450352
ELECTRIC BEACH TANNING & NAILS
812.51 =========
494 7001450376
CARPENTER INSURANCE
69.87 =========
495 7001450386


JWS PROPERTIES
213.27 =======
496 7001450422
TENTS OF NW FLORIDA
15.96 =========
497 7001450483
J & J BEACH ENTERPRISES LLC
8.19
498 7001450577
GULF BREEZE BOATS
18.31 =========
499 7001450603
MIKE WRIGHT LAWN MAINTENANCE
202.24 ===--===
500 7001450651
HOLLAND BROS SCREENPRINTING
295.83 =========
501 7001450668
WALTER FRANK OWENS
40.04 =========
502 7001450731
SUNRISE REALTY INTERNATIONAL
7.50 ==-...
503 7001450735
BEACH WORLD OF NB INC
31.47 =========
504 7001450910
ARTISAN IRRIGATION AND
1,147.65 =========
505 7001450911
TILE BY TIMMOS
522.47 ========
506 7001450943
UWE ROGERS POOL REPAIR
17:71 =========
507 7001450992
DENISE CROWELL
1,435.42 =========
508 7001451019
INTERNATIONAL TREASURES
1,916.44
509 7001451084
RODRIQUEZ'S FLOORING INC
204.64 =========
510 7001451087
B & M CONSTRUCTION SERVICES LL
276.34 =========
511 7001451105 .
NICHOLS EMERALD COAST PROPERTY
560.13 =========
512 7001451124
JPL HOME IMPROVEMENTS LLC
304.52 =========
513 7001451156
BLEEDINEDGE.COM
29.56 ========-
514 7001451158
CARR'S AUTOMOTIVE CENTER INC
23.31 =========
515 7001451171
SICASSOS FAUX FINISHING LTD CO
330.55 =========
516 700T451185
FISH PIE RECORDS
54.16 =========
5177001451188
C & C ENTERPRISES LLC
7.87 =========
5187001451192
YURII BROUGHTON LLC
6.03 =========
519 7001451198
EMERALD COAST DOCKS & SEAWALLS
147.73 ==_
5207001451248
TLG MARKETING RESEARCH INC
25.59 =========
521 7001451253
JESS' CONSTRUCTION DETAILS
1,974.18 =========
522 7001451282
MARYJOHN ENTERPRISES INC
147.54 ==--=======
523 7001451284
RAMSEY BUSINESS GROUP INC
31.46 ===
524 7001451293
TIM GILLEY CONCRETE
561.19 ====-====
525 7001451302
ROSE LAWN FUNERAL HOME OF GULF


519.27


583.58


6d5.41


53.75


526 7001451352
WIRELESS PHONES INC

527 7001451387
F & B INVESTMENTS OF NW FL LLC

528 7001451388
HOLIDAY INN EXPRESS & SUITES

529 7001451389
ROBEY ENTERPRISES LLC


I 2.4 =========
5307001451396
BBS COSMETICS LLC
571.70 =========
531 7001451402
RAKCO DRYWALL INC
9.61 ======.
532 7001451'412
CRUMP HOLDING COMPANY
14.80 =========
533 7001451422
FIRST CHOICE LEARNING CTR INC
89.07 ========= -
534 7001451425
MONICA S WETZEL
268.30 ===
535 7001451427
WETZEL'S REPAIR SERVICE
91.83 ========
536 7001451450
BIG CHEV'S MASONRY INC
96.95 =========
537 7001451526
JIMMY'S SEAFOOD CAFE' INC
956.59 =======
538 7001451540
FLORIDA BIOMASS ENGERY GROUP
39.57 ======.==
539 7001451541
EXCL FITNESS LLC
7.87 =========
540 7001451553
PORTIFINO WELLNESS SPA INC
9.57 =========
541 7001451623
GULF CRANE SERVICE LLC
183.23 =========
542 7001451639
TOP GUN RENOVATIONS INC
393.42 =========
543 7001451650
GRAND ISLE RESORTS INC
14.71 =========
544 7001451679
ENVIRONMENTAL POWER AND
6.65 =========
545 7001451690
ESCAMBIA ASSET CO LLC
506.18 ========= ,
546 7001451696
COUNTRY GIRLS CLEANING SVC LLC
84.09 =========
547 7001451697
TJ'S HANDYMAN & CLEANING
15.64 =========


548 7001451712
MAGIC MOMENT LANDSCAPING INC
1,341.47 ========
549 7001451713
HOPMEIER ENTERPRISES LLC
4.90 =========
550 7001451737
J BAR M TREE SERVICE
472.29 =========
551 7001451743 .
T-SQUARE REFERRALS INC
96.41 =========
552 7001451845
ROBERT D HAVRILLA PA
27.12 =========
553 8001450150
DINO'S ITALIAN GRILLE
10.33 =======.
554 8001450158
STEVIE D'S ALL AMERICAN BAR &
11.70 =========
555 8001450477
SIMPLE BUSINESS SERVICES
647.09 =========
556 8001450552
NAVARRE OPEN MRI LLC


41.87


557 8001450575
CUPPY'S COFFEE


/.JI =========
558 8001450819
MIDWAY CAFE.& OYSTER BAR
7.77 =========
559 8001450875
MMW HOLDINGS LLC
5 57. --
'560 8001450895
BUY A HOME REALTY
. 11.90 =========
561 8001450988
NATIONWIDE TENTS & EVENTS


29.12


515.09


11.90


1 0I


562 8001451184
DOLLAR GENERAL #11085 (P/BH)

563 8001451185
DOLLAR GENERAL #10624 (M)

564 8001451210
IP SERVICES OF NW FLORIDA LLC

565 8001451212
MOE'S SOUTHWEST GRILL


I1 Io.y2 =========
566 8001451214
PANHANDLE AEROSPACE LLC-
577.76
567 8001451365
LANDMARK OUTDOOR ADVERTISING
4.09 =========
568 8001451384
OTR TOPS OF NAVARRE INC
756.15 =========
569 8001451447
PIZZA HUT-GULF BREEZE
884.20 =========
570 8001451451
AVALON BOWLING CENTER
36.12 =========
571 8001451465
ELITE TANNING SALON
11.54 =========
572 8001451.544
ALLIANCE FUNDING GROUP INC(C)
12.95 . .
573,8001451579
DOWNEY RANCH HOLDING
9.64
5748001451625
HARBOURTOWN HAIR DESIGNS
536.86 ========
575'8001451630
PERFECT BIRDS LLC #1
83.38 ==. ==
576 8001451693
BRANDY WAY APARTMENTS
46.87' =======-
5778001451728
LIFEGUARD AIR AMBULANCE INC
521.21
578 9001450944
KLEEN KORNERS LLC
66.35 =========


592.67


1,829.88


40.22


20.24


7.24


167.15


497.89


19.45


42.00


13.74


899.01


30.27


752.47


3,395.74


282.76


183.89


59.99


5,474.69


174.07


4.84


6.94


*


138.67


47.63


23.48


21.39


41.61


269.26


60.40


241.00


2,752.06


163.64


393.45


29.77


9.52


2,608.15


714.69


624.18


2,645.31


1,368.04


2,746.76


2,598.73


275.23


2,255.09


6,089.82


997.53


472.08


586.01


59.05


554.14


173.86


7,089.62


307.56




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