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Commissioners look to improve TEAM image


By BILL GAMBLING
bgamblin@srpressgazette.com
The Santa Rosa County Com-
mission voted Thursday to allow
each of the five commissioners to
appoint a member of the board of
directors of the TEAM Santa Rosa
Economic Development Council.
Commissioners voted 3-0 for
the proposal as members Don,
Salter and Gordon Goodin were
absent as they were taking care of
county business matters.
In its current structure there ,


is one commissioner who repre-
sents the county commissioners
on the board, which this term is
Goodin, while the remainder of
the 14 spots being made of county
business leaders.
Under the commission's plan,
proposed by Commissioner Jim
Williamson, the commissioners'
appointments will replace five
members of TEAM's 14 member
board rather than increase the
board's size.
Williamson made the sugges-
tion last week following a storm


of questions concerning TEAM's
hiring of their Military Affairs.
Consultant Pete Gandy.
TEAM, which received more
than $500,000 in county funding
this year, has taken steps to be-
come more' open and follow Flor-
ida's Sunshine Law.
The TEAM board unanimously
voted to accept the new appoint-
ments at its monthly meeting on
Monday after Goodin explained
the position of the County Com-
missioners.
"I think this is a great thing


since we could have many things
coming down the pike," said
Goodin. "If we continue with the
current structure I cannot help
and represent the county as a
commissioner with another mem-
ber of TEAM without violating the
Sunhine Law.
"I think it is critical that all
five members of the commission
become more involved and this is
one way to help achieve this."
TEAM is also looking to make
ammedments to its policies and
procedures in wake of opening


their board meetings and are now
posting their agendas and meet-
ing minutes on line according to
TEAM Santa Rosa's Board Presi-
dent Ed Gray.
Board members voted at their
meeting back on May 11 to con-
tinue with Gandy in his position
of Military Affairs Consultant until
the end of his contract.
The future of this post will
then be up in the air based on the
boards wishes and funding.
The additions are to be in place
by Sept. 30.


Two deputies


involved in crash


following pursuit


By BILL GAMBLING
bgamblin@srpressgazette.com

Two Santa Rosa Coun-
ty Deputies were involved
in a minor traffic mishap
while pursuing a man
from Santa Rosa County
into Escambia County
early Saturday morning.
Stephen Sewensen,
25, of Pace, attempted
to elude deputies when
he traveled west on High-
way 90 in Pace before
turning south on Sce-
nic Highway sonietime'
around 3 a.m.
Sewensen, who is
charged with reckless
driving, leaving the scene
of a crash, and driving
with a suspended license,
turned onto Whisper Way


and made a sudden stop
to turn around.
Deputy Bradley Harri-
son, 30, stopped suddenly
and was struck in the
rear by Deputy Clayton
Smith, 30.
Sewensen then got
back on Scenic Highway
and traveled south before
he turned onto Baywood
Place, which is a cul-de-
sac.
He then.backed up and
struck the car driven by
Deputy Smith.
Sewensen then fled the
scene on foot, but was lat-
er apprehended by Santa
Rosa County Deputies.
No one involved in the
incident sustained injuries
See DEPUTIES A7


Forest officials warn

residents against

outdoor burnings


Officials with the Flor-
ida Division of Forestry
and Blackwater Forestry
Center are advising the
public that outdoor burn-
ing on Monday and Tues-
day should be avoided, if
possible. ,
, According to Ben Wol-
cott, Operations Adminis-
trator for the Division of
Forestry, "Conditions are
conducive to wildfires due
to forecasted wind gusts
up to 30 mph, humidity be-
low 30 percent, and highly
unstable atmospheric
'conditions..We only had a
nominal amount of rainfall
on Sunday; also, we have
sent numerous resources
to assist with the disas-


trous wildfires in central
and south Florida, so our
ability to respond to a wild-
fire within the tri-county
district is reduced."
Wolcott adds, "It's
much better to wait a few
days, than to find yourself
responsible for the cost of
putting out a wildfire and
for damage to the property
of other persons."
There are currently 193
active wildfires. burning
over 17,000 acres under
state jurisdiction.
For more information
about outdoor burning
rules, contact the Florida
Division of Forestry at
850-957-6145 or www.fl-dof.
com.


Milton Library to close

for minor renovations


The Santa Rosa County
Milton Library will be
closed from Friday, May
29 Sunday, June 21 for
carpet replacement and
minor renovations. During
this period, all other
county libraries in Gulf


Breeze, Jay, Navarre, and
Pace will be open. Library
materials will not be due
during the time the library
is closed. The Milton
Library will reopen on
Monday, June 22 at 9 a.m.
and resume regular hours.


Jim Fletcher .* ,
Publisher
623-2120
fletcher@pressgazette.com


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recycled
paper


Speak O ut..................................... A2
O pinion ..................................... A8
Religion ..................................... A9


Sports.......................................... A 12
Lifestyle ........................................ B
Classifieds ..................................... B5
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TAXPAYER TEA PARTY PROTEST



Speaking out


Photos by BILL GAMBLIN I Press'Gazette
Taxpayers in Santa Rosa County created a lot of noise along Highway 90 on Friday
as they protested at the intersection of Highway 90 and Avalon Blvd. Friday afternoon.
Around 30 protesters seemed to garner a lot of support from those who were passing by.


STOP THE

STOP THE,
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Stephani Scruggs holds a sign that bears a quote from 1939. At right, Gene Smyly (left), a
Vietnam Veteran, shows his feelings about proposed controls on guns and legislation effect-
ing his right to bear arms.


TABLE OF CONTENTS


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ReUse, ReCycle, ReVision

to take place at Navarre Park


Special to the Press Gazette
A new community
event for Navarre Re-
Use, ReCycle, ReVision
- is planned for May
23 in the Navarre Park,
beside the Visitors In-
formation Center, from 9
a.m. to 5 p.m. The event
will feature artists, busi-
nesses and a sale to ben-
efit the. local Navarre
Fire Department.
Interested artists and
businesses may call Con-
nie Jones, 939-7964, to
make a reservation for
space for May 23. Infor-
mation will also be avail-
able at www.gnbaa.org.
The event will have


three areas: ART works/
displays made of recy-
cled materials; displays
by local businesses or
organizations who have
recycling or energy-
saving technology for
the community; our sep-
arate Trash to Treasure
section, where the goods
collected for the Na-
varre Fire Department
Sale will be displayed
and sold to benefit the
purchase of new equip-
ment for the. Navarre
fire house.
Space reservations
will be open until May 18,
but the best locations will
be scheduled as calls are
received.


Arts agency accepting grant proposals


Foundation
seeking help with
evaluation process

The- Santa Rosa Arts
and Culture Foundation
Inc. (SRACF) announces
the 2009 Community Arts
Grant Program.
The SRACF will be al-
locating several grants of
$500 dollars or less, and
accepting proposals for up
to $2,500 from Santa Rosa
County Arts and Culture
based organizations.
The SRACF is now ac-
cepting grant.applications
for the 2009 Community
Grants Program. Total


funds available for grants
will be $15,000. All grants
must be matched on a one-
to-one (100 percent) basis
with cash.
In 2004, the Santa Rosa
County Board of County
Commissioners desig-
nated the SRACF as the
Arts Agency of Santa Rosa
County. Grant funding
will be limited to Santa
Rosa County organiza-
tions. Regional programs
should contact the Grants
Committee to determine
'eligibility. Young, emerging
organizations are encour-
aged to apply.
The following criteria
myst be met for eligibility:
1. The applicant orga-


nization must be based in
Santa Rosa County.
2. The applicant orga-
nization must be incorpo-
rated as a nonprofit corpo-
ration within the state of
Florida.
3. The Ipplicant must
provide a copy of the orga-
nization's IRS 501(c)3 tax
exempt letter of determi-
nation if the grant request
exceeds $500.
Grant applications must
be received by 3:30 pm on
September 15 at one of the
following two locations:
1. SRACF Administra-
tive Office at the Dragonfly
Gallery, 5188 Escambia St.,
Milton; FL 32570
2. Santa Rosa County


Administrative Complex,
Office of the Board of Coun-
ty Commissioners (Room
401), 6495 Caroline St., Mil-
ton, FL, 32570.
Applications are avail-
able at the Santa Rosa Arts
and Culture Foundation's
Web site at www.sracf.org
and www.santarosaarts.
org.
The SRACF is also seek-'
ing nominations of indi-
viduals with a strong back-
ground in arts and culture
participation within Santa
Rosa County that may as-
sist with the grant evalua-
tion process.
For more information,
visit www.sracf.org or e-
mail info@sracf.org.


SSpeak OUT


Friday, 9:37 p.m.
' Yes, this is Gurn. I want to
know why people in Santa Rosa
County think if they get money
from the government it is OK, but
if someone else gets money from
the government, it is socialism. And
why do people who say they love
God support the death penalty and
yet say they are against abortion?
Remember, Jesus was against
the death penalty; he proved this
when he stopped the people who
went to. stone the prostitute. I don't
understand Santa Rosa County.
Thank you.

Friday, 8:47 a.m.
This is Thomas from Pace. I think
it is kind of stupid that two students
can hold the whole school hostage
and force their will upon the rest of'
the school at Pace. That is where
they are messing up with taking
prayer and Jesus out of the schools.


It is ridiculous for the federal
government to get involved in school
matters; and I think Frank Lay as
principal is doing an outstanding
job. Nobody twisted their arm to do
anything. If they don't want to stay in
school where it is one nation under
God and follow tradition, then ship
them back to where they came from.
Thank you.

Friday, 7:31 a.m.
My subject is racy hamburger
commercials. Lets just put it
this way: This noted hamburger
company should be ashamed of
itself. Publishing some idiot female
who is making a hamburger look like
some sexy, naughty subject. What is
wrong with our TV media?

Thursday, 5:32 p.m.
Hi, this is Greg. Two months ago,
I received a jury summons. I wrote
in the excuse that I was unable to do


my civic duty because if I drove to
Milton and had an accident I would
be fined because I did not live in the
city of Milton. I explained I did not
want to be put in this position and
therefore could not do my civic duty.
I haven't heard back from them, so I
assume that was accepted.

Thursday 11:50 a.m.
This is Mary. Ijust wanted to say
I enjoy your editorial cartoons and I
also enjoy your view on Wednesday.
- I m also very alarmed with what
il going on with the ACLU and
the schools. What is wrong with
Christians and Christianity? This
county was founded on Christianity,
and there is no use in letting
someone take that freedom away.
Thank you.

If you have a short comment you
would like to make, call the Speak
Out line at 623-5887.


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CREDIT

4371 Fifth Avenue Pace, FL 32571
(850)994-9737,
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Elected OFFICIALS


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

STATE GOVERNMENT
Rep. Greg Evers: 5224 Willing St., Milton, FL
32570, 983-5550. Email: evers.greg@leg.state.fl.us.
Sen:.Durell Peaden Jr, 598 N. Ferdon Blvd., Suite
100, Crestview, FL 32536, 850-689-0556.
Gov. Charlie Crist: PL05 The Capitol, 400 S.


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Monroe St., Tallahassee, FL 32399, 488-4441. E-mail:
flgovernor@myflorida.com.

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

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


Bill Gamblin
Editor
(850) 377-4611
bgamblin@srpressgazette.com

Debbie Coon
Lead Account Exec.,
(850) 393-3666
dcoon@srpressgazette.com

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* Santa Rosa's Press Gazette (USPS
604-360) is published twice weekly
on Wednesday and Saturdays for $34
per year (in county) by Florida Freedom


Milton, FL 32570, 983-0413. E-mail is scottdl@mail.
santaroso.k12.fl.us.
District 2: Hugh Winkles, 5684 Nicklaus Lane,
Milton, FL 32570, 623-6299. E-mail is winkleseh@
mail:santarosa.kl2.fl.us. .
District 3: Diane Coleman, 9400 Octavia Lane,
Navarre, FL 32566, 939-2661. E-mail is colemanmd@
mail.santarosa.k12.fl.us.
District 4: JoAnn J. Simpson, 5059 Faircloth St.,
Pace 32571, 994-5446. E-mail is simpsonjj@mail.
santarosa.k12.fl.us.
*District 5: Edward Gray III, 1 Gray Oaks Lane, Gulf
Breeze, FL 32561, 850-932-6287. E-mail is grayem@
mail.santarosa.kl12.fl.us. ,
The Santa Rosa County School Board meets at 6:30
p.m. second and fouth Thursdays at 5086 Canal St.,
Milton. Phone: 983-5000.

CITY GOVERNMENT
Milton City Hall, Mayor Guy Thompson, 6738
Dixon Street, Milton, FL,32570, 983-5400. Interim
City Manager, Brian Watkins. ,
Gulf Breeze City Hall, Mayor Lane Gilchrist, 1070
Shoreline Drive, Gulf Breeze, FL 32561, 934-5100.
City Manager, "Buzz" Eddy.
Town of Jay, Mayor Kurvin Quails, 3822 Hwy. 4,
Joy, FL 32565, 675-2719.
Contact information for your elected officials
appears in every Saturday edition of the Santa Rosa
Press Gazette. Know your leaders; stay in touch.


Greg Cowell
Account Exec.
(850) 910-0902
gcowell@srpressgazette.com


To get news in the paper
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(850) 623-2120 or (850)377-4611
Email: news@srpressgazette.com
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SANTA ROSA COUNTY
TRANSPORTATION DISADVANTAGED
COORDINATING BOARD MEETINGS

An overview of the program will be provided,
followed by comments from the community.
Pensacola Bay Transportation is the
Community Transportation Coordinator.
TUESDAY, MAY 26, 2009 2:00PM
Public Hearing 2:00 PM
BOARD MEETING AFTER Public Hearing
MILTON CITY HALL
260 DIXON STREET- MILTON, FLORIDA
PUBLIC IS INVITED. In compliance with Americans with
Disability Act, reasonable modifications to access meet-
ing and for limited. English proficiency are available upon
request. Call E. Roberts at (850) 332-7976 x218
48 hours in.advance.



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Sheriff's Report


Santa Rosa's -Press Gazette I A3


The following arrests
were made beginning
April 16 through April 26,
2009
King, Jacob Kyle;
Male; 21; 9006 Governers
Place Ct., Pensacola; DUI.
4/16/09
Smith, Joshua
Melvin; Male; 26; 7990
Jay Rd, Milton; DUI and
Damage Property, DUI.
4/16/09
Baldwin, Norman
Christopher; Male; 199;
4041 Sheridan Drive,
Pape; Burgl Unoccupied
Conveyance Unarmed (2
cts.), Larc-Petit 1st Off (2
cts.). 4/16/09
Hinton, Ellis
Roosevelt; Male; 65; 6158
Walter Ave., Milton; Failure
to Appear for Felony
POffense. 4/16/09
IHvsmith, George
Elmer; Male; 25; 4331
Vance Dr., Anchorage,
AK; Sex Asslt-Under 18
YOA Custodian Sex Batt
Vict Under 12 YOA, Lewd
Lascv Molest Vic Less 12
YOA Offender 18 YOA or
Older. 4/16/09
Pelfrey, Jessica
Michelle; Female; 19; 4298
Avenida San Marcus,
Pace; Burgl Unoccupied
Conveyance Unarmed (2
cts.), Larc-Petit 1st Off (2
cts.) 4/16/09
Adams, Bobby Lee;
Male; 53; Kelly Drive,
Destin, FL; Fugitive From
Justice. 4/16/09
Faith, Susan Kay;
Female; 47; 4229 Teston
Dr., Milton; Resist
Officer With Violence,
Resist Officer-Obstruct
By Disguised Person,
Possess Cntrl Sub W/O
Prescription. 4/18/09
Green, Gary Alfred;.
Male; 45; 4118 Woodville
Rd, Milton; Aggrav Asslt
W/Deadly Weapon W/O
Intent to Kill (5 cts.) 4/17/09
Hamilton, William
Johnathan; Male; 18; 2845
Highway 4, Jay; Aggrav
Asslt W/Deadly Weapon
Without Intent to Kill (4
cts.). 4/19/09
Hawk. Brandy Nicole;


Female; 29; 5374 Stewart
St., Milton; Probation
Violation-Felony, Larc-
Theft is $300 or More But
Less Than $5,000.4/19/09
Hulst III, Harold
Lester; Male; 21; 3920 Red
Bud Ln, Pace; Narcotic
Equip Possess And Or Use,
Possess Marijuana Over 20
Grams. 4/18/09
Imhof, Daniel Aaron;
Male; 21; 4837 Hyatt Ln,
Pace; Narcotic Equip
Possess And Or Use,
Possess Marijuana Over 20
Grams. 4/18/09
Jones, Rodney
Carpenter; Male; 41; 5442
Garden Brook Blvd.,
Milton; Aggrav Battery
Cause Bodily Harm or
Disability. 4/17/08
Stelly, Dayton Louis;
Male; 38; 1876 Abercumbie
St., Gulf Breeze; Reckless
Driving 1st Off, Flee/Elude
Police Fail to Obey LEO
Order To Stop, Drive
While Lic Susp 1st Off,
Resist Office Obstruct W/O
Violence. 4/18/09.
Ward, David Elliotte;
Male; 16; 2103 Las Vegas
Trail, Navarre; Burgi of
Dwelling Unarmed No
Asslt or Batt, Larc-Theft
is $300 or More But Less
Than $5,000. 4/17/09
Cazares, Vincent
Alexander; Male; 41; 3500
N. Hwy. 89, Century; Larc-
Theft is $300 or More But
Less Than $5,000. 4/17/09
Pickett, Samuel
David; Male; 59; 1855
Lakeland Dr., Jackson, MS;
Crimes Against Person
Resist Detention Public
Lodge Operator, Carrying
Concealed Weapon
Firearm, Improper Exhibit
Firearm or Dangerous
Weapon; Use Firearm
Under Influence of Alcohol.
4/18/09
Wright, Jr., Paul
Dennis; Male; 53; 3139
Marcus Point Blvd,
Pensacola; Drive While Lie
Susp Habitual Offender.
4/17/09 '
Salter, Larry Ronell;.
Male; 30; 4201 Kinkead
Ave., Ft. Smith, AR; Failure


to Appear for Felony
Offense. 4/09
Bethune, Travis Clay;
Male; 44; 7927 Sasser Lane,
Pensacola; DUI. 4/17/09
Green, Morris
Junior; Male; 58; 6260
Calle De Hidalgo, Navarre;
DUI, DUI and Damage
Property. 4/18/09
Hall. Larry Thomas;
Male; 60; 9013 Hwy. 87 N,
Milton; DUI. 4/17/09
Hart, Douglas Arnold;-
Male; 38; 3996 Deerwood
Cir, Pace; DUI. 4/18/09
Jacobson, Gary
Lewis; Male; 69; 6955
iTrnberry Circle, Navarre;
DUI. 4/17/09
Wiley, Carol Denise;
Female; 43; 5558 Hearn St.,
Milton; DUI. 4/18/09
Green, Gary Alfred;
Male; 45; 4118 Woodville
Rd, Milton; Probation
Violation-Felony.,4/20/09
Hall, Judy Lynn;
Female; 61; 1139 Finch
Dr., Gulf Breeze; Carrying
Concealed Weapon
Firearm, Possess of
Weapon on School
Property, Resist Officer
Obstruct W/O Violence,
Drugs-Possess Cntrl Sub
W/O Prescription. 4/20/09
Perryman, Ronald
Dwayne; Male; 36; 3707
Theresa St., Pensacola;
Failure to Appear for
Felony Offense. 4/20/09
1 Pickard, Christopher
Theodore; Male; 19;
6468 Bruce Ln, Milton;
Probation Violation-Felony.
4/20/09
Stewa., Kessler
James; Male; 499; 9440
Indian Ford Rd., Milton;
DUI. 4/20/09'
Williams, Willis
Sanders; Male; 43;
4472 Morningside Ln,
Milton; Battery-Felony
Batt or Dom. Batt by
Strangulation. 4/20/09
Eastland, Haley
Kathryn; Female; 18; 116
Fllmar Circle, Ft. Walton
Beach; Possess Marijuana
Over 20 Grams. 4/20/09
Paniagua Jr., Daniel
Casnovo; Male; 36; 8401
Sierra Echo Ln, Milton;


Drive While Lie Susp
Habitual Offender. 4/20/09
Swensen, Stephen
Anthony; Male; 25; 5116
Oakleaf Dr., Pace; DUI.
4/20/09
Mullins, Danny Lee;
Male; 14; No address given;
Damage Prop-Crim Misch
$1,000 or More, Burgl
Dwelling Structure or
Conveyance Armed, Burgi
Dwelling or Struct Cause
Damage Over $1,000, Larc-
Grand of Firearm, Larc-
Petit 1st Off. 4/21/09
Williams, Willis
Sanders; Male; 43; 4472
Morningside Ln, Milton;
Batt-Felony Batt or Dom.
Batt By Strangulation.
4/20/09
Bailey, Jeffrey
Scott; Male; 42; Martin
Rd, Milton; Probation
Violation-Felony. 4/21/09
Tucker., Brian
Matthew; Male; 36; 314 N.
L Street, Pensacola; Lare-
Theft is $300 or More But
Less Than $5,000, Fraud-
Utter False Instrument.
4/21/09
Coker, Angela
Marie; Female; 36; 1507
Farwood Ave., Ft. Wayne,
IN; Fraud-meg Use Cred
Cards-Use More 2 Times 6
Mos Obt Gds Money $100
or More, Forgery of Alter
Public Record Certificate
Etc, Fraud-Utter False
Instrument. 4/21/09
Nadeau. Richard
Louis; Male; 55; 5469
Persimmon Hollow Rd,
Milton; Drugs Traffic 4
Grams Less 30 KG Other
Cntrl Subst, Synthetic
Narcotic-Sell Schedule I or
II. 4/21/09
Phillips, Michael
Lee; Male; 28; Martin Rd;
Probation Violation-Felony,
Drive While Lie Susp
Habitual Offender. 4/21/09
_Rogers, Bobby Joyce;
Male; 49; 2419 Basswood
Dr., Navarre; Battery-
Felony Batt Result From
Bodily Harm/Disability
(domestic violence). 4/22/09
Smith, Shannon
Michael; Male; 25; 548 Cove
Dr., Palm Beach, FL; Larc-


Theft is $300 or More But
Less Than $5,000, Fraud-
Swindle Obtain Property
$20,000 Less Than $50,000,
Pass Counterfeited
Instrument. 4/22/09
Dornish, Carol Ann;
Female; 55; 6288 Hamilton
Bridge Rd, Milton;
Probation Violation-Felony.
4/22/09
Fbrrest, lyler
Matthew; Male; 15; 3213
Princeton Dr., Gulf Breeze;
Damage Piop-Crim
Misch Over $200 Under
$1,000, Burgi of Occupied
Conveyance and Unarmed.
4/22/09
Hodge, Zachary
William; Male; 15; 5757
Chumuckla Hwy, Pace;
Lewd Lascv Molest Child
12 YOA Up To 16 YOA By
Less 18 YOA. 4/22/09
Pickett, Jr., Sam
Edward; Male; 20; 6674
Da Lisa Rd, Milton; Sex
Offender Violations-
Provide False Info to LE
About Sex Off. 4/22/09
Simpson, Jared
Darnell; Male; 21; 6674
Da Lisa Rd, Milton; Sex
Offender Violations-
Provide False Info to LE
About Sex Off. 4/22/09
Caputo, Senovia
Renata; Female; 28; 4226
Starwood Ct., Milton;
Probation Violation-Felony;
4/23/09
Anderson, Lloyd
Arthur; Male; 43; 2737
Teepee Rd., Navarre; DUI.
4/23/09
Dickson, Brandon
Lee; Male; 27;. 4214
Coachman Rd, Milton;
Possess of Weapon or
Ainmo by Convicted Fla
Felon (2 cts.), Dealing in
Stolen Property (2 cts.),
4/23/09
Henderson, Bradford
Dewayne; Male; 32; 7583
Henderson Smith Rd,
Milton; Drive While Lic
Susp Habitual Offender.
4/23/09
Lindsey, Steven
Evert; Male; 33; 3994
Spanish Moss Cv, Gulf
Breeze; Battery Touch
or Strike, Resist Officer-.


Obstruct W/O Violence,
Obstructing Justice-
Deprive of 911 Service.
4/23/09
Miller, Tina Marlene;
Female; 41; 4218 Starwood
Ct. Milton; Probation
Violation-Felony. 4/23/09
Wallace, John
William; Male; 24; 5966
Queen St., Milton; Possess
of Weapon Or Ammo
By Convicted Fla. Felon
(2 cts.), BurgI Dwelling
Structure or Conveyance
Armed (2 cts.), Larc-Theft
is $300 or More But Less
Than $5,000 (2 cts.), Larc-
Grand of Firearm (3 cts),
Dealing in Stolen Property
(2 cts.), Damage Prop-
Crim Misch $1,000 or More.
Johnson, Karen
Bradshaw; Female; 40; 607
Calhoun Ave., Pensacola,
FL; Larceny. 4/23/09
Ballard, Anthony
Edward; Male; 22;
5868 McCall Rd., Pace;
Probation Violation-Felony.
4/24/09
Benton, Leigh Ann
Rekay; Female; 30; 4322
Kings Ct., Pace; Probation
Violation-Felony. 4/24/09
Bingham, Richard
William; Male; 17; 9591
Permenter Rd, Milton;
Arson-2nd Degree,
Damage Prop-Crim Misch
$200 or Less Subseq Off,
Burgl Dwelling or Struct
Cause Damage Over
$1,000. 4/24/09
Cannon, Marcus Lee;
Male; 42; 688 Victory Rd.,
Franklin, GA; Probation
Violation-Felony. 4/25/09
Hobbs, Ed Wayne;
Male; 64; 4030 Popcorn
Rd, Milton; Drugs-Traffic 4
Grams Less 30 KG Other
Cntrl Subst (2 cts.) 4/24/09
Jaeger, Marc Henry;
Male; 39; 1803 W Wright ,
St., Pensacola; Out of State
Fugitive From Justice.
4/25/09
McCallister. III
Harless Hansford;
Male; 40; 2748 Shoni Dr.,
Navarre; Battery-Felony
Batt or Dom. Batt By
Strangulation (domestic
violence). 4/26/09 :


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Representative's commitment to state's businesses evident during 2009 session


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received a score of 93-
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Santa Rosa Medical welcomes new doctor

Dr. Ronald F. Pendleton was previously affiliated with West Florida Primary Care in Milton


By OBIE (RAIN
ocrain@srpressgazette.com

Although Dr. Ronald F.
Pendleton, DO, may be one
of the latest physicians to
join the Santa Rosa Medi'
cal Center's (SRMC) grow-
ing medical staff, he is by
no means a stranger to the
Milton area where he has
maintained and cultivated
a family medical practice
over the past two years.
"I've just shifted fo-
cus and moved my office
about 200 yards," he said,
explaining the endeavor
which involved leaving
West Florida Primary Care
in Milton and affiliating
with SRMC's Santa Rosa
Medical Group effective
some three months ago.
As a primary care and
family -practice physician,
Dr. Pendleton is a doctor
most people would char-
acterize as a "family doc-
tor," who is not only experi-
enced but "family friendly"
to wide rageodf patients.
Dr., Pendleton, who
treats patients from age 6,
says the impact of services
administered by a family
practice physician is often
underestimated. While
all doctors are basically
trained as primary care
physicians, the special-
ists themselves advance
in their area of expertise,
often failing to see patients
in their entirety while con-
centrating in their particu-
lar specialty.
"But what's often
missed is the big picture,"
Dr. Pendleton pointed out,'
"the person." A kidney doc-
tor, a bone doctor, a heart
doctor, or any number of
other specialized physi-
cians are not particularly
aware of the patient's com-
plete, overall condition, he


said.
"A primary care doctor
is someone who can take
all that information (from
various specialists), put it
together, and make sure
that something Dr. A is do-
ing isn't bothering some-
thing that Dr. C is doing,"
Dr. Pendleton pointed out.
Another difference in
the services of Dr. Pendle-
ton and an internal medi-
cine specialist is that he
doesn't limit his practice
to adults. "I'm trained and
Board Certified as a family
medicine physician, and as
I see it, as a family medi-
cine physician, as opposed
to a pediatrician, who's
also a primary care doctor,
or an internist who is also
primary care, I see both
adults and children."
Dr. Pendleton was ini-
tially Board Certified in
1997 and has been subse-
quently recertified twice
since then.
As far back as he can
remember, Dr. Pendleton
says he had a yen for treat-
ing sick folks. "I always
looked forward to becom-
ing a doctor since I was
a kid," he said. Through
his mother, who was ac-
quainted with 'the direc-
tor of a health clinic in his
hometown, Dr. Pendleton
as a young person was
exposed to doctors at the
clinic, individuals whom
he considered mentors.
He respected them and
was impressed with what
they could do for people,
how they used their tal-
ent to help people. "I liked
the ideas that I picked up
there, and I never thought
of doing anything else," he
said.
Dr. Pendleton received
his BS in biology at Salem
State College in Salem, MA


"I like to think one of the things I
take pride in is that I do come from
a modest background and in all my
training, I have never lost the skill of
listen ing to people "


Dr. Ronald F. Pendleton, DO, FAAFP


and went on to get his Doc-
tor of Osteopathic Medicine
from the New York College
of Osteopathic Medicine of
the New York Institute of
Technology at Old West-
bury, NY.
After that he did his
Family Practice Intern-
ship at Martin Army Com-
munity Hospital and, his
Family Practice Residency
at the same location. He
studied on an army schol-
arship which required him
to serve a certain number
of years in the military for
his years of training. After
satisfying his military ser-
vice, requirement he left


the Army with the rank of
Major.
Among his achieve-
ments over the years is
certification as a Diplo-
mate by the National Board
of Osteopathic Medical Ex-
aminers, Diplomate by the
American Board of Family
Practice, and as a Fellow of
the American Academy of
Family Physicians.
In addition to his mili-
tary service at Ft. Benning,
Georgia, Dr. Pendleton has
practiced in Largo, Florida;
Columbus, Georgia; and
Citronelle, Alabama.
He's an avid golf enthu-
siast, and says the south-


ern golf courses are some
of his greatest thrills. In
many of the northern lo-
cations, the courses are
closed half the year. In fact,
the exemplary golfing en-
vironment that he discov-
ered coming to Pensacola
earlier on golfing expedi-
tions is one reason he de-
cided to stay when job op-
portunities opened up.
"I like to think one of
the things I take pride in
is that I do come from a
modest background and
in all my training, I have
never lost the skill of listen-
ing to people," Dr. Pendle-
ton said. "I kind of figured
if you're going to see and
talk to 30 people a day you
should be a people person.
If you're not, you should be
doing something else for a
living!"
"I like helping people,"
he continued. "I love mak-
ing them feel better. It's
a pleasure to see and rec-
ognize a problem and then
attempt to fix it and see it
work!" Problems like high
blood pressure, diabetes,
and high cholesterol are
some of the most common
problems he focuses on
most.
"It's so satisfying when
you see patients, prescribe
the right advice, put them
on the right medication,
including diet, .exercise,
weight loss, and all the oth-
er things that go along with
it and see them get better,"
he said.
Dr. Pendleton is a single
parent with a twenty-year-
old daughter in her second
year at Salem State Col-
lege in Salem, MA and a
15-year-old son still in high
school there. He says he's
very proud of them both
and spends as much time
with them as is practical.
And after all his years


of practice, Dr. Pendleton
says he still likes "...get-
ting up, coming to work,
and doing my job. I'm one
of the lucky people that
actually .likes what they
do for a living." He says he
hopes he never becomes
one of those people who
comes to work- and do
what they do because they
have to, not because they
want to.
The doctor comple-
ments his staff that he says
is really friendly to the pa-
tients. "They are people
who work their hearts out
and take great pride in the
level of service as well as
the quality of service we
provide," he said.
He also wants to em-
phasize that his office is
open to new patients. "We
provide a full service fam-
ily practice with a focus
on the longitudinal care
of chronic problems such
as diabetes, high blood
pressure, and high choles-
terol," Dr. Pendleton said.
"The bulk of what I do is
the management of those
problems. Of course we
do a lot of other things as
well." Appointments can
be made by calling his of-
fice at 981-9340.
"I'm very happy to be
a part of the Santa Rosa
Medical Group, and I look
forward to the continu-
ing opportunity to provide
competent health care for
the folks of Milton (and sur-
rounding areas)," he said.
After 20 years "down
South," Dr. Pendleton
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Local


Wednesday, May 20, 2009


Schrenker found competent to stand trial


JENI BOOKER SENTER
jsenter@srpressgazette.com

On April 23, a federal
judge ruled Marcus Sch-
renker, the pilot accused of
trying to fake his own death
by crashing his plane in
East Milton, is competent
to stand trial.
The Associated Press
reported Schrenker sent in
a letter to say he "snapped."
They report that he said
his business and marriage
were collapsing. Schrenker
said he never asked for help
and then it "all came crash-
ing down around me."
Schrenker was ar-
raigned Jan. 22 in U.S. Fed-
eral Court in Pensacola.
The financial advisor
from Indianapolis entered
a plea of not guilty to Fed-
eral Judge Roger Vincent
on charges of issuing a
false emergency call to the
Coast Guard and to endan-
gering the live of people
with an aircraft.
The Santa Rosa Press
Gazette requested a copy
of Schrenker's distress call
over Alabama, but it was
denied by the Federal Avia-
tion Administration due to
the trial.
Judge Vincent did not
allow bond to be set for
Schrenker, who jumped out
of his Piper Malibu on Jan.
11, as he scheduled him to
be sent to a federal facility
in Miami for medical and
psychological test.
Schrenker was to be
evaluated for up to 45 days
according to the judge's or-
der.
A trial date was tenta-
tively set for April 13, but
was moved back as Schren-
ker's attorney Tom Keith
,was scheduled to be out of
the country until April 14.
Keith tried to delay the
arraignment, but Judge

DEPUTIES
from page Al
according to the Florida
Highway Patrol and a total
of $2,000 worth of damage
was reported between the
two deputy vehicles.
Sewensen had one pas-
'senger in the car at the
time of the incident, 47-
year-old Linda Sampley of
Pace.
An attempt to contact
the Santa Rosa County
Sheriff's Office concern-
ing this accident was un-
successful prior to press
time.
In a separate accident
on Saturday, a vehicle be-
came lodged between the
inside and outside north-
bound toll booths at the
Garcon Point Bridge Toll
Plaza.
According to the FHP,
Carrie Anne Dolamore, 32,
of Pensacola, was travel--
ing south on Avalon Blvd.
near the Garcon Point
toll plaza in the inside
lane when she abruptly
changed lanes and ended
in the northbound plaza
lane.
Gerald A Henrikson,
50, of Milton, saw Dol-
amore change lanes sud-
denly and stopped.
Dolamore swerved left
and struck a concrete
barrier before bounc-
ing off the barrier to-
wards the right and then
striking the northbound
inside lane toll booth bar-
rier.
Following the second
impact, Dolamore's vehi-
cle rolled over onto its left
side and became wedged
between the two north-
bound toll booths.
In the aftermath, Dol-
amore's car made contact
with Henrickson's car.
Charges concerning
the accident are pending
blood results according to
the FHP
Dolamore was trans-
ported from the scene to


Sacred Heart Hospital
with yinor injuries.


FILE PHOTO


The plane of pilot Marcus Schrenker, accused of trying to fake his own death, sits damaged after crashing in East Milton.


Vincent ruled to proceed.
Schrenker, who was
also wanted on charges of
bilking investors out of mil-
lions of dollars in Indiana,
jumped out of his plane on
Jan. 11 while it was over
Birmingham and later
crashed just west of Peter
Prince Airport.
He was found in a KOA
Campground outside of
Quincy with his left wrist


and forearm slashed be-
fore being transported by
Life Flight rescue helicop-
ter to a Tallahassee Hos-
pital.
Schrenker was released
from the hospital and
transferred to Pensacola
during the third week of
January.
Schrenker is scheduled
to stand trial on June 8th in
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People are upset about the ACLU and
its dealings with the School Board, but
no one is actually willing to step up and
take on the ACLU face to face.
Board members and teachers who be-
lieve as they do are left to stand alone
while several only give them lip service.
We realize the ACLU is a very strong
machine; but it can be controlled.
There are groups which want nothing
more than to stop the ACLU, but some-
one one first contact them.
There is the power of public opinion.
The power of the people must be felt in
government.
It is the elected leaders who appoint
the judges hearing these cases.
If you haven't stood strong before,
your chance to do so could start with the
next Supreme Court nominee by Presi-
dent Barrack Obama.
Speaking of the President, the divide
in public opinion on him is growing.
Those who support the President are
quickly labeled a liberal and socialist.
Those who don't, get the "racist" mon-
iker.
We wonder what the team would have
been had Hillary Clinton won the nomi-
nation and been elected president. What
items do we think would have been used
to label proponents?
When will people realize it is not a
black and white issue? It's a political is-
sue.
It is just politics.
And speaking of politics and politi-
cians, what is Tallahassee thinking these
days?
The upcoming elections contain even
more proposed Constitutional Amend-
ments concerning more tax cuts.
Great, who doesn't want a tax cut?
But did we not learn our lesson from
last ear's "tax cut?"
Groups, organizations, and even in-
dividuals were bemoaning Amendment
One and the property tax reduction.
Milton and Santa Rosa County had to
make cuts in not only employees, but in
services as well.
The big question many will have to
ponder is: do they want another tax
break or keep what services they have?
It will be interesting to see what hap-
pens and if our leaders will try to de-
fend their spending or throw caution to
the wind and pray they don't get dinged
again.
It is bad enough when we must pay for
unfunded mandates, it's another alto-
gether when budget cuts suddenly force
little cuts to seem gigantic*



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American city, and you'll
find schools, museums,
parks, stadiums, and all
sorts of other public facili-
ties plastered with corpo-
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That's bad enough, but now
KFC is putting its ads on
the streets themselves. In
a gif mick cooked up with


city officials in Louisville,
Ky., the chicken chain is
paying to fill some of the pot-
holes in the city's streets.
In return, the corporation
gets to. stencil a gaudy ad
on each pothole, declaring
"Re-freshed by KFC."
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actually insists that it is fill-
ing the streets with ads out
of a sense of civic duty. But
it is more self-puffery than
public service. While noting
that more than 350 million
potholes riddle America's
streets, KFC donated a
mere $3,000 to Louisville -
which is rot going to plug
many OF HEM.


Meanwhile, People for
the Ethical Treatment of
Animals, which frequently.
rattles KFC's cage over its
mistreatment of the birds
that produce the corpora-
tion's profits, made its own
offer to Louisville* officials.
The devilish pranksters of
PETA put up $6,000 dou-
ble KFC's payment to
fill twice as many potholes,
in exchange for putting a
PETA ad atop each one.
Apparently, though, not
all citizens are equal in
Louisville. The mayor, who
had effusively praised KFC
for creating "innovative
public/private partnerships


like this pothole refresh
program," turned chicken
when PETA presented its
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for your town could be the
next one to get plastered by
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is now looking for four oth-
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Faith / Military


Santa Rosa's Press Gazette I A9


Kids summer


activities at IBC


being in June


Written By Anne Johnston
Whoo Hoo! No school
for 3 months! Children will
be celebrating their sum-
mer vacation from school
very soon. However, they
will quickly tire of video
games and cartoons, and
will be looking for other ac-
tivities to pass their time.
Immanuel Baptist Church
is offering several excit-
ing and engaging activities
this summer for children
ages 4 years old through
the 51h grade.
Boomerang Express
Vacation Bible School kicks
off on Saturday, June 13,
at 9 a.m. with a Kid's Fun
Day. There will be numer-
ous activities and lots of
kid-friendly food. Vacation
Bible School begins the fol-
lowing Monday, June 15, at
9 a.m. Children will travel
to the Australian Outback
on the Boomerang Ex-
press train and learn how
It All Comes Back to Je-
sus. Vacation Bible School
takes place all week June
15 19, from 9 am until
noon.
Club VBS, a Wednesday
night VacationBible School,
starts June 24 from 6 p.m.


until 8 p.m. This Truth
Trek Club VBS will contin-
ue weekly on Wednesday
nights until August 26th.
Sunday night children's Bi-
ble Focus groups will begin
June 7th at 5 pm and meet
every Sunday until August
30th. We will be studying
"Talking to God," a child's
study on prayer.
IBC's Children's Camp
will be July 9 11. Kids
will travel to Elberta, Ala-
bama, to engage in inten-
sive Bible study and wor-
ship with trained youth
counselors. Swimming, ca-
noeing, crafts, games, and
the ZIP-Line will fill the re-
maining hours at camp.
Daytime outings in-
clude bowling, skating, and
Water Fun Day periodically
through the summer. We
will end. the summer on
August 15, at 6 pm, with
a special children's wor-
ship concert featuring Jeff
Slaughter, "the VBS guy."
To sign-up for any of
these children's activities,
call Immanuel Baptist
Church at 994-6152. Regis-
tration for VBS is available
online at www.paceimman-
ue.org. God bless you and
have a great summer!


Dinner Benefit to be held


for Renee Jordan


Special to the Press Gazette
On Saturday,,May 23,
Chumuckla Pentecostal
Holiness Church will be
having a dinner to benefit
Renee Jordan. Plates
available will be fish
($5.00) or shrimp ($7.00)
beginning at 11 a.m. There
will be a Gospel Sing at
3 p.m.
Renee Jordan
was involved in a tragic
accident which instantly


killed her husband. Their
2 children were seriously
injured. Renee is still
in the hospital. She has
serious bodily injuries
from her head to her toes.
She was unable to,
attend her husband's
funeral due to her injuries.
If you can help,
please come and purchase
some meals. For more
information, contact
Pastor Ira Decker at 994-
5444.


Airman Jacob B.
Campbell
Air Force Airman Ja-
cob B. 'Campbell gradu-
ated from basic military
training at Lackland Air
Force Base, San Antonio,
Texas.
The airman completed
an intensive, eight-week
program that included
train in military dis-
cipline and studies, Air
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fare principles and skills. -
Airmen who complete
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Airmen who complete
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Force.
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St., Navarre, FL.
Holton is a 1999 grad-
uate of Navarre High
School.

Airman Corey D.
Daughter
Air Force Airman Co-
rey D. Daughter gradu-
ated from basic military
training at Lackland Air
Force Base, San Antonio,
Texas.
The airman completed
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Airman Sharon
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Air Force Reserve Air-
man Sharon A. Holton
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Church celebrates 82nd
Homecoming!
First Missionary Baptist
Church will have their 82nd Annual
Homecoming on Sunday, May
24th. The church is located at 3949
Pace Road, in Pace. There will be
a special service at 11 a.m. with
Dinner on the Grounds and Special
Singing at 2 p.m. John Hancock is
the Pastor. Sunday School begins
at 10 a.m. Everyone is invited! For


more information, call 850- 994-
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Walling Church Homecoming
Walling Church, located.
at 2665 Walling Church Road,
is inviting folks to the Church
& Cemetery Homecoming with
church services and dinner on the
grounds. Church services start
at 11 a.m. Dinner begins at 12:i5.
A board meeting is scheduled for,
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For more information, please call
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Dear Pastor Gallups Why do you insist that Evolution is
not scientific? S.T. Pace
Dear S.T.,
For 5 very scientific reasons -
1. The more we learn about DNA the more we
understand that one KIND of animal cannot become anoth-
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within Genesis 1. God created them "each after their own
kind." Genesis was written 3000 years ago. Just what
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that all of life originated from non-living material) This is
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Life even though it was disproven over 200 years
ago... scientifically.
BOTONY-3rd Edition by James D. Mauseth p.517
"The most seriously considered hypothesis about the
origins of life is chemosynthesis."
3. LACK OF FOSSIL EVIDENCE After 150 years
of looking for ANY fossil evidence that would unequivo-
cably prove that one type of animal became another type,
there STILL is NONE. This is a huge embarrassment for
the evolutionist, especially in light of the fact that we now
have over 250 million different fossil specimens recorded.
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Museum of Natural History," There is not one such
fossil ... It is easy enough to make up stories of how
one form gave rise to another." Harper's, Feb. 1984,
p.56.
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ing of Quantum Mechanics the evolutionist is at a loss to
explain the appearance of such building blocks of the uni-
verse "ac9idently."
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matter has originated and evolved, why it has taken its
present form in the Universe and on the earth, and
why it is capable of forming itself into complex living
sets of molecules." C. D. Darlington, Evolution for
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Geneticist.
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The Surgery Group
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May 6-22 is safe boating week


The Milton City Council, at their
regular meeting on May 12, issued
a proclamation declaring the week
of May 16 through May 22, 2009 as
Safe BoatingWeekin the City of Mil-
ton. Recognizing the importance of
boating and water-related activities
to our community, and the impor-
tance of boater safety, the Council
urged all citizens to join in learn-
ing and practicing safe boating by
wearing a life jacket, taking boating
education courses, getting a vessel
safety check, operating their ves-
sels responsibly, safely and soberly
and obeying all State and Federal
Boating Regulations at all times.
The Council also recognized
the important work of many orga-
nizations, including the US Coast
Guard Auxiliary, that work hard all
year long to promote boater safety
through their many boater safety
education and awareness pro-
grams. The members of local US
Coast Guard Auxiliary Flotilla 01-
08, the "Guardians of the Blackwa-
ter" were on scene to receive the
proclamation and promote boating
safety with the "Wear It" campaign,
encouraging all boaters to wear


their life jackets.
The members of Flotilla 01-08
also encourage boaters to observe
common sense and courtesy at all
times when on the water.
"Too many accidents are caused
locally due to excessive speed and
lack of regard for wake," said Mil-
ton Fire Chief John-E. Reble, Pub-
lic Affairs Officer for Flotilla 01-08.
"The Blackwater River is rather
narrow in areas, with many blind
curves and shifting sandbars," he
said. "This requires that boaters
exercise caution and be alert for
other boaters, swimmers, or skiers
at all times."
"Boaters must realize that they
are responsible for their wakes,"
said Flotilla Commander Paul M.
Fernandez, "and a wake can cause
a great deal of damage to a boat at
the dock, or injuries to passengers
in a boat on the water, or swimmers
near the shore.
"It would be especially good to
see people demonstrate the com-
mon courtesy our region in known
for when they're operating their
boat on the water," Fernandez
said.


Deadline for


Runway Extension

Draft EA extended

.The estimated release of the draft
Environmental Assessment (EA) for
the proposed' runway extension project
in Baldwin County, Ala. has been moved
from May 15 to the end of June 2009.
This will provide an opportunity for
Navy representatives to more fully evalu-
ate alternatives for expanding the Naval
Air Station (NAS) Whiting Field outlying
landing fields to accommodate T-6 air-
craft operations. The extra time may also
help to further reduce potential impacts
on the environment and the communities
near the fields.
Following the release of the draft EA,
there will still be a 30-day public comment
period on the desired option.
Residents near the NOLFs Silverhill,
Summerdale and Barin are encouraged
to continue to review the Web site www.
navyolfextensions.com for current infor-
mation on the project
Naval Air Station Whiting Field and
Training Air Wing FIVE, the base's ma-
jor tenant command, provide primary
flight training to nearly 60 percent of all
Navy and Marine Corps aviators as well
as U. S. Coast Guard aviators, select Air
Force pilots and flight students from Al-
lied foreign countries. The current train-
ing aircraft was implemented in 1977 and
is aging. The T-34 Turbo Mentor is slated
to begin transitioning to the T-6B Texan
later this year. The transition is expected
to be complete by 2015.
The T-6B operates much more simi-
larly to fleet aircraft than does the T-34,
which will substantially enhance training
operations atNAS Whiting Field.
The final decision on the project is
scheduled to be made Sept. 15, 2009.


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Vertex Aerospace mechanic Mike Rowell helps align a U.S. Marine Corps TH-57C.Sea Ranger heli-
copter onto a trailer Mon-day afternoon after it made an emergency landing in an empty field along
Front Beach Road near the Charlie Lahan's Carousel store in Laguna Beach Sunday, May 10, eve-
ning. Witnesses say the helicopter, based at Naval Air Station Whiti'ng Field near Milton, flew low
and landing in the field about 7 p.m. Sunday before its three-member crew came into the Carousel
saying they made a pre-cautionary landing because of an instrument-panel warning light. Rowell said
mechanics regularly pick up ailing Sea Rangers from cotton fields and other open spaces in southern
Alabama, Georgia and Florida after their military crews land the Vietnam-War-era aircraft following
in-flight emergencies. "If you want to really see people scream; wait until we pull (a helicopter) out of
a golf course. Then this would be major damage," Rowell said of the yard-long scrap left in the grass
by the Sea Ranger's tail skid.


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Portable classroom
Sealed-bid Auction
SANTA ROSA COUNTY SCHOOL BOARD
: SCHOOL SURPLUS
The Santa Rosa County School Board has declared eight water-
damaged portable classrooms surplus and bids for purchase are
solicited from the public. These classrooms are located at T. R.
Jackson Pre-K School, Milton, FL. They may be viewed and
inspected on the dates listed below. Please contact the school
administration office for permission to enter the campus.
T. R. Jackson Pre-Kihdergarten Center
4950 Susan Street Milton, FL 32570
(850) 983-5720
Dates: Inspection & Bid Submission
Monday, May 25 through Wednesday, June 3, 2009
Hours: 8:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. (weekdays only)
Bid submission deadline: 2:00 p.m., June 3, 2009
Location: Administrative Support Complex
6544 Firehouse Rd Milton, Florida
FOR MORE INFORMATION
and SALE CONDITIONS CONTACT:
Jesse De Leon
Surplus Warehouse/Textbook Depository
(850) 983-5143
or email: deleoni(@mail.santarosa.k l2.fl.us

The same information may be obtained from:
www.santarosa.kl 12.fl.us/surplus


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Sports SIDELINE


FWCR REPORT


City of Milton Youth Football
Registration: The City of Milton
youth football registration is under-
way for children ages 5-14 interested
in participating can register at the
Milton Community Center, register
for football Monday through Friday
from noon to 8 p.m. Registration ends
when teams are full. The $95 partici-
pation 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.cityorm-
iltonpr.nexo.com, call 850-983-5466

East Milton Football Registra-
tion: East Milton Youth Association's
football registration is going on now
for children ages 5-14. Registration
fee is $95 per player and includes reg-
istration 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 Clin-
ics: The following are the Free An-
nual Tennis Clinics sponsored by
the USPTA "Tennis Across America
2009:"
Saturday, May 23, 2009 Pensac-
ola Junior College, Milton Campus
Saturday, May 30, 2009 Pen-
sacola Junior College, Main Campus
(Pensacola)
8 a.m. 10 a.m. Children/Ju-
niors
10 a.m. 12 p.m. Adults/Se-
niors
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.

2009/2010 Academy and Compet-
itive Soccer Programs: The Futbol
Club of Santa Rosa will be conducting
tryout and registering players for the
Academy Soccer Program (U12 and
youngr. and Competitive Soccer
Program (U13 and older) on June 1-
2, 2009. The time are 5:00-6:30 pm for
Academy and.5:30-8:00 pm.for Com-
petitive. The Academy is a develop-
mental program designed to develop
the passion and skills needed to play
at the competitive and high school
level. The Competitive Program is
geared toward players who have out-
grown the recreational or Academy
programs and are lookiigfor a more
challenging soccer environment.
FCSR's goal is to develop each
aid every players soccer skills, char-
acter, and -self-esteem to his or her
fullest potential in a safe, enjoyable,
competitive environment. We putthe
development of, each individual play-
er above winning. FCSR is built on
the emphasis of the club as a whole
not on any individual team. FCSR will
focus on promoting the very finest
soccer education for its players and
coaches.
For more information contact Di-
rector of Coaching, Louie Sahin at
850-686-0192 or l.sahin@mchsi.com
or visit our website at www.fcsahta-
rosa.com .

-2009 Summer Socter Camps at
FCSR: Futbol Club of Santa Rosa an-
nouncesd the dates of our hugely
- popular summer camp programs. Di-
rector of Coaching, Louie Sahin will
conduct two summer camps at FC
Santa Rosa in 2009. The cost for each
session is $75 per player.-
Dates for the first camp are June
8-10 and the second camp is August 1-
3. Sessions for both camps are as fol-
lows: 8:00am -10:30am is for campers
: in the U9 through U12. U13 through
U18 sessions are at 5:30pm through
8:00pm. Camps are scheduled this
way to minimize the risk of heat ex-
posure.
For more information, contact
Louie Sahin at 850-686-0192 or visit
our website at www.fcsantarosa.com.

Summer Adult Soccer League:
The Summer 2009 Adult Soc-
cer League at FC Santa Rosa will
be played June 1 August 17. Regis-
tration will open May 15, and can be
completed in person or online at this
site.
Theregistrationfeesare$65-this
covers the costs for referees (U.S.
Soccer. Federation certified), reg-
istration with US Club Soccer (our
adult league affiliation), and player
passes.
FCSR adult jerseys (1 red, 1 white)
are purchased separately from Surf,
Soccer and Sun. These will be avail-


able at the field or you can contact
SurfSoccerAndSun@yahoo.com.

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 informa-
tion 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.

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 coaching
from a team of international experts.
Each day includes individual foot
skills, technical skills, tactical prac-
tices, 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
.forming. Four females per team are
required and registration is $175 per
team, minimum of 10 players, maxi-
Smum 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 infor-
mation contact Anthony Daughtery'
dakdogg20002001@yahoo.com or call
850-983-2242 and leave a message.

Youth Wresting: Starting June 02,
2009 the Panhandle Pride Wrestling
Club(Formally Panther Takedown
Club) will kick-off its summer, pro-
gram with Coach Rob Hazewinkel
and Ben Menefee. 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.

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 empha-
sis 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 dis-
count if the child is signed up by May
30. Camp registration includes free
T-shirt.
For instructions on signing up vis-
it www.GoArgos.com, click on camps,
and follow the links to the baseball
skills academy. For information on
all UWF Athletics, visit www.GoAr-
gos.com.

UWF Summer Hoops Camp:
Shannan Bergen and her -staff are
proud to present this year's team
and individual basketball camps. An
individual day camp will be held for
girls entering 3rd -12th grades during
the week of June 22-26, 2009. In addi-
tion, Coach Bergen will be holding a
camp available for teams to partici-
pate in through the weekend of June
26-28, 2009. Included in camp costs
are individualized offensive and de-
fensive skills training with UWF staff
and players, along with sessions to
explain general rules of play. Camp-
ers will participate in open recre-
ation swimming and a pizza party on
Thursday. A camp t-shirt is provided,
but campers must either bring their
own sack lunch or purchase luhch at
their own expense at the University
Commons.
Flyers and registration forms can
be found onlifie at www.GoArgos.com
by visiting the women's basketball
page or camps link. For more infor-
mation on camps, contact UWF assis-
tant 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 Ti-
ger Point Golf Club. For more infor-
matioh on the tournament call 477-
0388 or 477-0381. You can also e-mail
chpgolf@gmail.com for more infor-
mation 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.dixiedartersdrillteam.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.


This report represents
some events the FWC North-
west Region handled from
May 8 to May 14; however, it
does not include all actions
taken by the Division of Law
Enforcement.

ESCAMBIA COUNTY
COPS

Captain Mary Sumner
and Lieutenant Brian Lam-
bert attended a planning
meeting hosted by the U.S.
Coast Guard Station at-Pen-
sacola Naval Air Station for
the anticipated arrival of the
Spanish Clipper Sailing Ves-
sel El Cano in June.

SANTA ROSA COUNTY

On May 13 at 2:00 A.M., an
officer responded to a com-
plaint from a resident in the
Holley area north of Navarre.
The landowner called FWC
Communications and advised
he had shot and killed a large
bear that had killed his goats.
The officer located the de-
ceased bear inside a goat pen
with two freshly killed goats.
The landowner had previ-
ously complained of prob-
leins with a bear when five
of his goats had been killed
over a period of weeks and
had been cooperating with.
wildlife technicians in their:
attempts to live' trap the bear.
The investigating officer de-
termined that no charges are
,warranted against the land-
owner,

OKALOOSA COUNTY

Officers Matt Webb and
Ryan Nelson conducted a


fishery inspection on a vessel
in Destin Pass. The inspec-
ti9n revealed undersize gag
gtouper. The captain of the
vessel was issued a citation
for possession of undersize
grouper.

Officer Matt Webb con-
ducted two'separate fishery
inspections on vessels in Des-
tin Pass. The inspections re-
vealed undersize amberjack
and scamp. The captains of
the vessels were cited for the
fish violations.

Officers Webb and Nelson
stopped a vessel in Destin
Harbor to conduct a safety in-
spection. During the inspec-
tion, the operator displayed
signs of impairment. Field
sobriety tasks confirmed the
operator was impaired. The
vessel operator was placed
under arrest and transport-
ed to the Okaloosa County
Jail where he agreed, to a
state certified breath test
to determine his breath al-
cohol content. The subject
provided a breath sample
of .190. He was booked into
the jail and charged with op-
erating a vessel while under
the influence of alcohol. A
computer check revealed the
subject had prior convictions
for first-degree murder and
several charges for driving
under the influence.'

Officers Webb and Nelson
conducted fishery inspec-
tions and cited two captains
on separate vessels for pos-
session of undersize king
mackerel.

Officers Pete Rockwell
and Ryan Nelson responded
to a domestic dispute on a


vessel in Santa Rosa Sound
near the Fort Walton Beach
Brook's Bridge. The com-
plaint indicated a subject had
beaten his wife and pushed
her overboard. Officers
Rockwell and Nelson located
the vessel and occupants in-
volved and turned them over
to the Okaloosa County Sher-
iff's Department.

Officers Steve Bartlett and
Pete Rockwell responded to
the Gulf of Mexico to assist
U.S. Coast Guard personnel
with the' search for a miss-
ing and possibly distressed
swimmer. Officers Bartlett
and Rockwell located the
missing female, floating and
unconscious. Officer' Rock-
well immediately entered the
water, right-sided the female,
and began rescue efforts as
he physically returned her to
the beach area. Upon arrival
to the beach, he was met by
Fire Department and EMS
personnel where .resuscita-
tion efforts were successful.
The female was transported
to a local hospital.

OKALOOSA COUNTY
COPS

Captain Mary Sumner,
Lieutenants Mark Hollinhead
and Dennis Welsh and Officer
Alan Kirchinger attended the
annual Fallen Law Enforce-
ment Officer Memorial event
hosted .by Okaloosa County
Sheriff's Office in memory of
the loss of Florida officers this
past year. Numerous federal,
state, and local agency repre-
sentatives and the families of
three Okaloosa County depu-
ties killed in the line of duty
attended the event.


Tide REPORT


Pensacola Bay
Thursday, May 21, 2009.
3:24 AM CDT'Moonrise
5:51,- AM CDT Sunrise.
8:45 AM CDT High tide 1.38 Feet
4:54 PM CDT Moonset
6:48 PM CDT Low tide -0.1.2 Feet
, 7:39 PM CDT Sunset

F riday, May 22, 2009
.4:01 AM CDT Moonrise
5:50 AM CDT Sunrise
9:08 AM CDT High tide'1.59 Feet
6:01 PM CDT Moonset
7:39 PM CDT Low tide -0.32 Feet
7:40 PM,CDT Sunset

Saturday, May 23, 2009
4:44 AM CDT Moonrise
5:50 AM CDT Sunrise
9:47 AM CDT High tide 1.77 Feet
7:11 PM CDT Moonset
7:41 PM CDT Sunset
8:44 PM CDT Low tide -0:46 Feet

Sunday, May 24, 2009
5:35 AM CDT-Moonrise
5:49 AM CDT Sunrise
7:14 AM CDT New moon
10:36 AM CDT High tide 1.91 Feet
7:41 PM CDT Sunset
8:21 PM CDT Moonset
'9:55 PM CDT Low tide -0.56 Feet

East Bay
Thursday, May 21, 2009
3:23 AM CDT Moonrise
5:49 AM CDT Sunrise
9:30 AM CDT High tide. 1.66 Feet
4:52 PM CDT Moonset
7:38 PM CDT Sunset
8,:04 PM CDT Low tide -0.14 Feet

Friday, May 22, 2009
4:00 AM CDT Moonrise
5:49 AM CDT Sunrise
9:51 AM CDT High tide 1.91 Feet
5:59 PM CDT Moonset
7:39 PM CDT Sunset
8:57 PM CDT Low tide -0.38 Feet

Saturday, May 23, 2009
4:43 AM CDT Moonrise
5:48 AM CDT Sunrise
10:30 AM CDT High tide 2.12 Feet
7:09 PM CDT Moonset
7:40 PM CDT Sunset
10:00 PM CDT Low tide -0.55 Feet

Sunday, May 24, 2009
5:34 AM CDT Moonrise
5:48 AM CDT Sunrise
7:14 AM CDT New moon
11:19 AM CDT'High tide 2.29 Feet
7:40 PM CDT Sunset
8:20 PM CDT Moonset
11:13 PM CDT Low tide -0.68 Feet


Blackwater River
Thursday, May 21, 2009
3:23 AM CDT Moonrise
5:50 AM CDT Sunrise
10:26 AM CDT High tide 1.66 Feet
4:53 PM CDT Moonset
7:39 PM CDT Sunset
8:34 PM CDT Low tide -p.14 Feet

Friday, May 22, 2009
4:00 AM CDT Moonrise
5:49 AM CDT Sunrise
10:47 AM CDT High tide 1.91 Feet
6:00 PM CDT Moonset
7:40 PM CDT Sunset
9:27 PM CDT Low tide -0.38 Feet

Saturday, May 23, 2009
4:43 AM CDT Moonrise
5:49 AM CDT'Sunrise
11:26 AM CDT High tide 2.12 Feet
7:10 PM CDT Moonset
7:40 PM CDT Sunset
10:30 PM CDT Low tide -0.55 Feet

Sunday, May 24, 2009
5:34 AM CDT Moonrise
5:48 AM CDT Sunrise
7:14 AM CDT New moon
12:15 PM CDT High tide 2.29 Feet
7:41 PM CDT Sunset
8:21 PM CDT Moonset
11:43 PM CDT Low tide -0.68 Feet

Navarre Beach
Thursday, May 21, 2009
3:23 AM CDT Moonrise
5:49 AM CDT Sunrise
6:34 AM CDT High tide 1.42 Feet
4:33 PM CDT Low tide 0.11 Feet
. 4152 PM CDT Moonset
7:38 PM CDT Sunset

Friday, May 22, 2009
4:00 AM CDT Moonrise
5:49 AM CDT Sunrise
6:51 AM CDT High tide 1.62 Feet
5:28 PM CDT Low tide -0.14 Feet
5:59 PM CDT Moonset
7:39 PM CDT Sunset

Saturday, May 23, 2009
4:43 AM CDT Moonrise
5:48 AM CDT Sunrise
7:22 AM CDT High tide 1.79 Feet
6:29 PM CDT Low tide -0.34 Feet
7:09 PM CDT Moonset
7:39 PM CDT Sunset

Sunday, May 24, 2009
5:34 AM CDT Moonrise
5:48 AM CDT Sunrise
7:14 AM CDT New moon
8:05 AM CDT High tide 1.91 Feet
7:38 PM CDT Low tide -0.47 Feet
7:40 PM CDT Sunset
8:19 PM CDT Moonset


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Santa Rosa County athletes land big haul at PSA


By BILL GAMBLING
sports@srpressgazette.com
Santa Rosa County athletes brought
home a huge load of awards from the
Pensacola Sports Association on Thurs-
day.
The PSA took the opportunity to name
their male and female overall scholar
athletes, while naming other honorees in
their respective sports.
SCentral's Hunter Bondurant, a four-
sport letterman this year for the Jaguars,
was honored as the male overall winner.
Ranked first in his graduating class,


Bondurant is president of the Beta Club
and is recognized as the outstanding stu-
dent in science, math, English, history,
and drama.
The FHSAA also honored Bondurant
as one of their 24 Academic All-State Ath-
letes earlier this month.
His classmates even voted him the
most likely to succeed.
Bondurant was honored for .his bas-
ketball skills as he led northwest Florida
in assists for three yeais, steals for two
years and holds the Central record for as-
sists in a single game.
Basketball is his passion, but he also


holds the school record in the 800 meters
and was is a member of the record hold-
ing 4x800 relay squad.
'Also honored Thursday was Pace's
Sarah Norman who was one of two hon-
orees named to receive the Gary McAd-
ams Memorial Scholarship.
Norman has participated in volleyball
and track at Pace, but her passion is in
the pool where she was captain of the
Lady Patriots swim team her junior year.
Diagnosed with Leukemia just over
one year ago, Norman has maintained
a 3.86 GPA and made the Dean's List at
PJC.


She returned to the pool this past Oc-
tober when she went into remission and
was released from treatment, but she is
not satisfied with her own recovery.
The Pace senior has partnered with
another cancer survivor to start a non-
profit foundation for children battling
cancer "Kasie Helpz Kids."
Other honorees were Kirk Gilley (Mil-
ton) for baseball, Kevin Gilmore (Pace)
for boy's soccer, Jeremy Wilson (Milton)
for boy's track,' Cole Flanders (Pace) for
boy's weightlifting, Cameron Cotsonis
(Pace) for wrestling, and Kimmy Hudon
(Jay) girl's track.


UWF's-Lafrance, Miles


make All-Region teams


Juniors Shannon Miles
and Jillian Lafrance have
earned Louisville Slugger/
NFCA All-Region and Dak-
tronics All-South Region ac-
colades, respectively Both
were Gulf South Conference
first team selections, and
helped lead the Argos to an
appearance in the NCAA re-
gional tournament final.
Miles, named to the
All-Region first team, was
also a part of the NCAA
All-Tournament team. The
junior spent her first year
with West Florida, leading
the team in batting aver-
age, hits, RBIs, doubles, and
homeruns. She finished off,
her inaugural UWF season
with a .360 plate average
with 64 hits. The first base-
men posted a .977 fielding
percentage, and collected
278 putouts, second on the.
team. The Louisville Slug-


ger/NFCA All-Region team
is decided by South Region
coaches.
Lafrance, a member of
the Daktronics All-South
Region first team, was this
year's GSC East Pitcher of
the Year with a 24-8 record
and a 1.63 ERA. She fanned
223 batters in 227 innings
pitched, issuing just 22 free
passes on the season. The
junior was also a leader at
the plate for the Argos, with
a .307 clip and 13 extra-bas-
es hits. The Daktronics All-
South Region team is voted
on by sports information di-
rectors around the region.
The Argos closed the
season with a 43-18 mark,
15-11 in conference compe-
tition. UWF advanced to the
NCAA tournament finals,
before falling to GSC rival,
Alabama-Huntsville in a
,season-ending logs.


UWF's John Church named

to All-South Region team


John Church, a reliev-
er/starting pitcher for the
University of West Florida
baseball team has been
named by Daktronics to the
All-South Region Second
Team. Church has been the
backbone of the West Flori-
da pitching staff which has
compiled a 3.96 team ERA,
second lowest amongst Gulf
South Conference teams.
Church began the year
in the bullpen, compiling a
6-3 record and was leading
the team in innings pitched
at one point in the season. I
was not until the final two,
weeks of the season when
Church took the hill for his
first start in an Argonaut
uniform. As a starter he


marked a 2-0 record in three
appearances to end the sea-
son with an 8-3 record.
He leads the Argos in
almost every pitching cat-
egory and also is one of
the top hurlers in several
categories throughout the
GSC. In 75.1 innings he has
notched eight wins on 21
appearances with 92 strike-
outs while holding the op-
ponents to just a.211 batting
average against him, all of
which leads the team. His
1.55 ERA not only leads the
team but it is also the lowest
in the GSC. He represents
the Argos as the lone mem-
ber on this season's 2009
Daktonics All-South Region
Second Team.


BILL GAMBLIN I Press Gazette
Pensacola starter Kyle Middleton got the first win of the season for the Pelicans with a strong outing Friday
against the Shreveprot-Bossier Captains on Relay/for Life Night sponsored by Santa Rosa Medical Center.




Two up, two down


Pensacola splits
opening series

against the

Shreveport-Bossier

City Captains

By BILL GAMBLING
sports@srpressgazette.com
PENSACOLA The
Pensacola Pelicans
kicked off their 2009 sea-
son by splitting the open-
ing series of the season
with the Shreveport-
Bossier City Captains.
Pensacola secured a
series split Sunday on
kids night with a 7-2 win
over the Captains.
Shortstop Jimmy Moji-
ca capped a four-run fifth
inning for Pensacola with
a three-run home run.
Moijica went 1-for-4
on the day with two runs
scored and four RBI's to
lead the Pelicans offense.
Pelicans starter Ran-
dy Bean gave up two runs
on three hits and struck
out four over five innings
of work for his first win of
the season.
Then the bullpen took


The Diamondbacks from Gospel Projects joined the
Pensacola Pelicans on the field Friday night for pre-
game festivities.


over for Pensacola as
Aaron Jackson and Brent
Solich combined for four


scoreless innings.
On Friday, Pensacola
notched their first win of


the season on Relay for
Life Night sponsored by
Santa Rosa Medical Cen-
ter as they defeated the
Captains 7-4.
Starter Kyle Middle-
ton (1-0) allowed just one
earned run and struck
out six in six and two-
thirds innings.
Second baseman An-
toin Gray led Pensacola
at the plate by going 3-
for-4 with two RBIs.
Adam Deleo added
two hits and an RBI while
designated hitter Justin
Humphries added two
hits.
* The opening game of
the season was a close
affair as the Pelicans lost
.3-2 in 10 innings after
leading 2-1 heading into
the eighth inning and on
Saturday they dropped a
6-3 decision to the Cap-
tians.
The Pelicans will
return home on May
25 when they. host the
El Paso Diablos with
the first pitch set for
6:35 p.m.
Last night the Peli-
cans traveled to El Paso
to kick off a six game
road trip that will see
them finish up facing
the Grand Prairie Air
Hogs this weekend.


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The 'Maine' Event


Milton grad Terrance Mitchell has signed to play
next season for the University of Maine. After
graduating from Milton, Mitchell who is seen
this past season playing against Pensacola
Junior College has spent the last two seasons
playing for the Faulkner State Community
College Sun Chiefs.


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.NAS Command
Picnic was
held Friday at '
NAS Whiting
Field as part
of the Military
Appreciation
Month activities
in Santa Rosa
County. Events
have been
held all month
long,,with
many events
* concluding
around
Memorial Day.
A ceremony
will be held
by the DAV
at the Santa
Rosa Veterans
Plaza at 9 a.m.
on Memorial
Day, with other
ceremonies held
at cemeteries
around the
county. Santa
Rosa County's
Memorial Day
festivities will be
held at 10 a.m.
at the plaza.


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Local


Wednesday, May 20, 2009


News BRIEFS


Santa Rosa student
art on display
The Dragonfly Gallery began
to showcase the art of the top
ten Santa Rosa County Middle
School Students Contest and will
do so through May 28th. All the
winners are enrolled in Santa
Rosa County Public Schools
throughout the county. The 2009
top ten middle school artists are:
Caitlyn Fenn from Central; Ken-
dall Crenshaw, Christina Fer-
rara, Laura Riney, Destiny Shaw
from Gulf Breeze; Kristina Po-


loski from Holley-Navarre; Ash-
ton Shell, Christina Shoemaker,
Joseph Timbang from King; and
Kelsea Heider from Woodlawn
Beach. A reception for these tal-
ented students will be on May
28th from 5:00 to 6:00 p.m.
The Dragonfly Gallery lo-
cated at 5188 Escambia Street
in historic downtown Milton, is
a mission of the Santa Rosa Arts
. and Culture Foundation, It is a
juried gallery of local artists. Gal-
lery hours are Tuesday through
Saturday from 10:00 a.m. until
4:00 p.m. For more information


contact the SRACF at www.San-
taRosaArts.org.

Come celebrate
with Loyce Sutton
You are invited to celebrate
Loyce Sutton's 90th birthday on
Saturday, May 23 from 3 to 5 p.m.
at the Milton Community Center
at 5629 Byrom Street.

New Hope School
to hold reunion
Former students of New Hope


School will gather Saturday, May
30 for the 17th annual reunion
at the New Hope Volunteer Fire
Department at the crossing of
Highway 2 and the Geneva-West-
ville Road in Holmes County. Re-
union activities begin at 10 a.m.
with a covered dish luncheon at
noon. Please bring food, tea and
cold drinks. Paper goods, spoons,
and forks are furnished. Thou-
sands of students of this school,
which closed in 1963, live in Flor-
ida, Alabama, Georgia tri-state
area. The reunion is held the last
Saturday of May each year. For


more information contact Posie
Vaughan at 850/956-2502, or Gor-
don Huggins at 850/956-2688, or
Pearl Thompson at 850/956-4537.

Ordinance Review
Committee to meet
The City of Milton's
Ordinance Review Committee
will meet on Wednesday, May
27 at 8:30 a.m. in Conference
.Room B at Milton City Hall, 6738
Dixon Street. For further infor-
mation on the meeting, call 983-
5411.


April Births
Annee L. & Jarrell
* T. Flanders, a son,
Brayden Thomas
Flanders, born
Wednesday, April 29,
2009.
Katherine L. &
Patrick R. Spaulding,
a son, Noah James
Spaulding, born
Wednesday, April 29,
2009.
Melanie L. Hugg,
a daughter, Genora
Helena Star Moye, born
Wednesday, April 29,
2009.
Andrea J. & Jason R.
Tompkins, a daughter,
Kameron Liahna
Tompkins, born
Thursday, April 30,2009.

May Births
Crystal N. & Jeffrey
C. Hart, a daughter,
Merry Grace Ann
Hart, born Friday, May
1, 2009.
Jennifer D. & James
D. Ross, a daughter,
Abbagail R. Ross, born
Friday, May 1,2009.
Victoria L. Cain,
a son, Brayden Levi
Cain, born Saturday, ,
May 2,2009.
Donna Yvonne Sims, ,


a daughter, Shayleigh
Aereonna Sims, born
Sunday, May 3,2009.
Amy L & Timothy P
Tracy, a son, Zachary
Paul Tracy, born
Monday, May 4,2009.
Johnnie Mae
Osborne & Clifton
Jermaine Carter,
a son, Jordan
Jermaine Carter, born
Wednesday, May 6,2009.
Jennifer Michelle &
Joshua Lee Broxson,
a daughter, Abbigail
Taylor Broxson, born
Thursday, May 7,2009.
Michelle Kay Kamm,
a daughter, Haley Mae
Kamm, born Monday,
May 11, 2009..
Erica Rae Edwards, .
.a daughter, Tianna
LaShea Edwards, born
' Monday, May 11, 2009.
Contessa Pauley,
a son, Tristen
Jacob Pauley, born
Wednesday, May 13,
2009.
Sara Scott, a son,
Xander Joshua Scott,
born Wednesday, May
13,2009.
. Christine Holley &
Troy Franklin, a son,
Landon Edward-
James Franklin, born
Thursday, May 14,2009.


A BARREL OF FUN


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Photos by BILL GAMBLING I Pr, G i It,:
Equine riders converged Saturday on Ted May Arena in Jay for
a day of fun to help raise money for Camp E-Ma-Chamee here
in Santa Rosa County. The day kicked off with barrel racing
along with other fun activities including a couple of huge cake
walks. Camp E-Ma-Chamee is an Outdoor Therapeutic Program
managed by Eckerd Youth Alternatives. More photos from this
day can' be found online at www.srpressgazette.com. "


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Engagements


Staten and Hamel to be married
Ariel Elizabeth Hamel
is engaged to be married
to Matthew Justin Staten.
Ms. Hamel, daughter of
Daniel and Sharon Hamel
of Milton is employed as
a behavioral tech with
Lakeview Center, Pensac-
ola.
Lance Corporal Staten,
son of Rob' and Melody
Lane of Roseboro, NC,
is currently serving with
the United States Marine
Corp.
A June wedding in Mil-
ton is planned. Following
the wedding the couple will
reside in South Carolina. MATTHEW JUSTIN STATEN AND ARIEL ELIZABETH HAMEL

Fillingim and Retherford engaged


Mr. and Mrs. Danny
Retherford of Pace are
pleased to announce
the engagement of their
daughter, Jessica Nicole,
to Jonathan Eric Fillingim,n
also of Pace. Jon is the son of
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Hudgens.
.Jessica is a graduate of
Pace High School and the
University of West Florida,
where she received her B.S.
in Career and Technical
Education. She is employed
as a teacher at Pace High
School. Jon is a graduate of
Pace High School and Troy
State University where he
received his B.S. in Physical
Education with a minor
in Mathematics. Jon is
employed as a teacher and
coach at Pace High School.
The wedding is planned
for Saturday, July 25, 20Q9,
6 p.m. at the -Immanuel
Baptist Church in Pace. The
couple will reside in Pace.


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Join the Bagdad Village Preserva-
tion Association (BVPA) on May 30 for a
day filled withfood, fun and living local
history. The association is pleased to an-
nounce the unveiling of a State Historic
market commemorating the "Thomp-
son Iouse" and "The Skirmish on the
Blackwater in Santa Rosa County."
The circa 1847 Thompson House is
one of the few remaining Florida Pan-
handle examples of a symmetrical Greek
Revival antebellum home that reflects
the prosperity of the period. Raiding
Union soldiers from the 1864 Skirmish,
under the leadership of Maj. Andrew
Spurling, camped on the grounds and in
the house, leaving messages that were
discovered during a 1970's restoration.
At 5 p.m., the new State Historic Marker
commemorating these events will be
unveiled. The historic home is owned by
Dr. and Mrs. Charles N. D'Asaro.
The public is invited to visit an authen-
tic Civil War living history encampment
on the grounds of the Thompson House,
4620 Forsyth St. (across from the post
office) and at 4 p.m., view a demonstra-
tion between the troops of Company "E"
First Regiment Florida Volunteer Infan-
try and the Robertsdale/Dents Florida
Battery. Local historians will relate the
events of .1864 while period flags wave


arfd soldiers race ahead of the.cannon's
roar. EInjoy authentic Southern snacks,
such as "goober peas" and lemonade on
the neighbors' porch. And, look for spe-
cial issue commemorative envelopes
celebrating this occasion, complete with
appropriate historic theme stamps and
ready to be hand-canceled at the Bag-
dad Post Office.
The day's events begin with an old-
fashioned market -day at the Bagdad
Community Center, 6860 Pooley St. (cor-
ner of Pooley and School Streets-look for
signs) between 9 a.m. and 3 p.m. There
will be a fish fry, homemade ice cream,
baked goods, arts, crafts, heritage and
vintage items, cake walk and more. Ad-
mission is free.
Once a bustling lumber and ship-
building complex, Bagdad was the cen-
ter of the southeastern lumber industry
for 110 years. In 1987, the Village of Bag-
dad was placed on the National Register
of Historic Places.
For more information, call Pat
D'Asaso at 850-623-8493 or BVPA Vice
President Robyn Baker at 850-554-
4669. For information about the Bagdad
Village Preservation Association, spon-
sor of this and other events in the Bag-
dad community, visit their Web site at
www.bagdadvillage.org.


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University of Florida Santa Rosa
County Extension celebrates
100 years of 4-H in Florida


The University of Flor-
ida Santa Rosa County
Extension celebrates
Florida 4-H's 100 years
of youth success by invit-
ing you to their 1st Annual
Extension Expo on May
30th from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.
at the Santa Rosa County
Extension Office located
at 6263 Dogwood Drive,
Milton.
According to Mike Do-
nahoe, County Extension
Director, "The Extension
Service is dedicated to
developing knowledge in
agriculture, human and
natural resources, and
the life sciences to be able
to offer solutions for your
life." This year's Expo
will feature presenta-
tions by Extension fac-
ulty, garden tours, youth
activities, a diagnostic
plant clinic and lots of in-
teractive displays.
Want to know more
about vegetable garden-
ing? Join Dan M.ullins


Always on


at 10:30 a.m. for "Home
Vegetable Gardening."
Chris Verlinde will share
the latest information on
"Beach and Water Safety"
at 11:30 a.m. followed by
"Butterfly Gardening Ba-
sics" with Theresa Friday
at 12:30 p.m. and "Florida
Pests" with Entomologist
Mike Donahoe and John
Atkins at 1:30 p.m.
Having problems with
your yard? Need a plant
identified? Santa Rosa
County Master Gardeners
will be on site to help you
with your plant problems.
Bring in a sample and
speak with an expert. For
information on what type
of sample to bring, visit
our website at http://san-
tarosa.ifas.ufl.edu/lawn
garden_diagnostics.html.
Mark your calendars
and plan to bring the
whole family to enjoy the
2009 Extension Expo. For
more information call 850-
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Ministries, which provides financial assistance and medical services at the Good Samaritan
Clinic for Santa Rosa residents. Pictured left to right: Publix District Manager, Ed Betts; Interfaith
Ministries Executive.Director, Shirley Cornett; Good Samaritan Clinic Administrator, Fred Cornett;
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I shall offer this prop- Legal 5'635 TION () REGARDING
erty for sale, at east CONSTRUCTION AND
front door of the Santa NOTICE OF PRO- REPAIR OF BUILD-
ANNOUNCENT Rosa Criminal Justice POSED ORDINANCE INGS, PROVIDING
1100-L.Ual Advertlasinat Facility, 5755 East Mil- ENACTMENT FOR SEVERABILITY,
1120 a Public Notices/ ton Rd, Milton, Florida, REPEALING ALL OR-
SAnnounoements -Santa Rosa County, TO WHOM IT MAY FINANCES IN CON-
1 Rideshat Florida, at the hour of CONCERN: FLICT HEREWITH
130 Adoptions 10:00 a.m: on the 16TH AND PROVIDING AN
1150 ersonAs day of JUNE, 2009 or' Please be advised that EFFECTIVE DATE.
1160 Lost as, soon thereafter as on the 9th day of June,
.1170 Found possible. I will offer for 2009 at 5:01 p.m., This Ordinance is on
sale all the said CDT, in the City Coun- file in the City Clerk's
defendant's, FDS CON- cil meeting room at the office for inspection.
STRUCTION, INC., City Hall at 6738 Dixon Any interested party
S....A .-, right, title and interest Street, in the City of may appear at the
Legal 5/617 in the aforesaid per- Miltdn, Florida, there meeting and be heard
sonal. property, at pub- will be proposed for en- with respect to the pro-
NOTICE OF lic auction and will sell actment an Ordinance posed Ordinance.
SHERIFF'S SALE the same, subject to whose title is as fol- '
taxes, all prior liens, lows: This the 13th day of
NOTICE is hereby encumbrances and May, 2009.
given that pursuant to a judgments, If any to ORDINANCE NO.
WRIT OF EXECUTION the highest and best 110 Dewitt Nobles
issued in the County bidder for CAgS IN City Clerk
Court of Santa Rosa' HAND, The. proceeds AN ORDINANCE
County, Florida, on the to be applied as far as AMENDING ORDI- 052009 (1)
13th day of -March,, may be to the payment NANCE NO. 1180-05 5/635
2009, in the cause of costs and the satis- BY AMENDING THE
wherein PANHANDLE faction of the above de- LANGUAGE OF .SEC-
AEROSPACE, LLC was scribed execution. TION 111-5:16(A) AND Legal 5/636
plaintiff and FDS CON- (B TO CLARIFY T1E
STRUCTION, INC: Was WENDELL HALL, INTENT OF THE OR- NOTICE OF PRO-
defendant,, being Case SHERIFF OF SANTA DINANCE, 'DELETING' POSED ORDINANCE
No..0814963CC in said ROSA COUNTY, FLOR- SECTION 111-5.16(C) ENACTMENT
court, I, Wendell Hall, IDA AND RE-LETTERING
As Sheriff of Sant PRIOR SECTIONS (D) TO ,WHOM IT MAY
Rosa County, Florida, By: /s/ RoSle Rogers THROUGH (G) TO ,D) CONCERN:
have levied upon all the ROSIE ROGERS THROUGH I (),
right, title, and interest Deputy Sheriff AMENDING THE LAN- Please be advised that
of th defendant, FDS GUAGE OF PRIOR on the 9th day of June,
CONSTRUCTION, INC IF YOU HAVE A DISA- SECTION 111-5.16 (G) 2009 at 5:01 p.m.,
in and to the'following BILITY REQUIRING AND CURRENT SEC- CDT, in the City Coun-
described rsonal SPECIAL. ACCOMMO- TION III-5.16(F) MAXI- lci meel.ng room at the
pro ev, to wit: DATIONS OR TO AR- MUM PERMISSIBLE Ciry Hai1l at 6738 Dixon
RANGE TO VIEW'THE SOUND LEVELS BY Sieel. in ine City of"
DESCRIPTION OF PROPERTY, PLEASE USE OCCUPANCY TO Milton, Florida, there
PROPERTY CONTACT JANICE CLARIFY THAT THE will be proposed for en-
PLATT (850) .983-1281 SOUND MEASURE- actmnent an Ordinance
2007 STEM/STERLING AT LEAST SEVEN (7) MENT WILL BE MADE whose title is as fol-
LT 9500, WHITE DAYS PRIOR TO THE AT THE APPARENT lows:
VIN #: SALE DATE. PROPERTY LINE OF
2FHAZCV77AX38102 THE PROPERTY GEN- ORDINANCE NO.
1989'HFORDCO7NVEN- 051309 RATING SOUND OR 1311-09
TIONAL' L LT9000, 052009 FIFTY FEET FROM -
WHITEL 052709 THE SOUND AN ORDINANCE OF
VIN #: 060309 SOURCE, 'WHICH- THE CITY OF MILTON
1FDYU90LOKVA18070 5/617 EVER IS 'LESS, AND ALLOWING RESIDEN-
S ADDING A NEW SEC- TIAL PERMIT PARK-


ING AREAS. PROVID-
ING FOR DEFINI-
TIONS, PROVIDING
FOR PURPOSE AND
EXERCISE OF AU-
THORITY TO CON-
TROL VEHICULAR
TRAFFIC IN CERTAIN
CONGESTED AREAS,
PROVIDING GUIDE-
LINES, PROVIDING
EXCEPTIONS, PRO-
VIDING FOR DESIG-
NATION OF AREAS,
PROVIDING .FOR
PROCEDURES FOR
ESTABLISHING
AREAS, PROVIDING
FOR PRIVILEGES
AND RESTRICTIONS
ON PERMITS, PRO-
VIDING FOR A FEE
SCHEDULE, PROVID-
ING FOR SEVERA-
BILITY, REPEALING
ALL ORDINANCES
OR PORTIONS OF
ORDINANCES IN-
CONSISTENT HERE-
WITH, AND PROVID-
ING AN EFFECTIVE
DATE.
This Ordinance is on
file in the City Clerk's
office for inspection.
Any interested party
may appear at the
meeting and be heard
with respect to the pro-
posed Ordinance.
This tfte 13th day of
May, 2009.
Dewitt Nobles
City Clerk
052009 (1)
5/636


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NOTICE OF PRO- NOTICE OF PRO- Q52QQ9 (1)
POSED ORDINANCE POSED ORDINANCE
ENACTMENT ENACTMENT r


TO WHOM IT MAY TO WHOM IT MAY
CONCERN: CONCERN:


Please be advised that
on the 9th day of June,
2009 at 5:01 p.m.,
CDT, in the City Coun-
cil meeting room at the
City Hall at 6738 Dixon
Street, in the City of
Milton, Florida, there
will be proposed for en-
actment an Ordinance
whose title is as fol-
lows:


Please be advised that
on the 9th day of June,
2009 at 5:01 p.m.,
CDT, in the City Coun-
cil meeting room at the
City Hall at 6738 Dixon
Street, in the City of
Milton, Florida, there
will be proposed for en-
actment an Ordinance
whose title is as fol-
lows:


ORDINANCE NO. ORDINANCE NO.
1312-09 1313-09


AN ORDINANCE
AMENDING ORDI-'
NANCE NO. 941 AND
ORDINANCE NO.
1262-07 BY CREAT-
ING SECTION 16 OF
ORDINANCE NO. 941
RELATING TO CUS-
TOMER INITIATED
SERVICE CALLS,
PROVIDING A FEE
THEREFORE, PRO-
VIDING FOR WAIVER
OF THE FEE IN CASE
OF AN ERROR, PRO-
VIDING FOR SEVERA-
BILITY, REPEALING
ALL ORDINANCES IN
CONFLICT HERE-
WITH AND PROVID'-
ING AN EFFECTIVE.
DATE.
This Ordinance is on
file in the City Clerk's
office for inspection.
Any interested party
may appear at the
meeting and be heard
with respect to the pro-
posed Ordinance.
This the 13th day of
May, 2009.
Dewitt Nobles,
City Clerk
052009 (1)


AN ORDINANCE
AMENDING NO. 854,
THE LAND DEVELOP-
MENT REGULATIONS
OF THE CITY OF MIL-
TON TO CREATE
SECTION 111-14,
TRANSPORT TATION


Legal 5/639
NOTICE OF PRO-
POSED ORDINANCE
ENACTMENT
TO WHOM IT MAY
CONCERN:
Please be advised that
on the 9th day of June,
2009 at 5:01 p.m.,
CDT; in the City Coun-
cil meeting room at the
City Hall at 6738 Dixon
Street, in the City of
Milton, Florida, there
will be proposed for en-
actment an Ordinance
whose title is as fol-
lows:
ORDINANCE #
1314-09


CORRIDOR OVERLAY AN ORDINANCE RE-
DISTRICT, PROVID- LATING TO THE CITY
ING FOR THE PUR- OF MILTON, FLOR-
POSE, BOUNDARIES IDA; ADOPTING THE
AND EFFECT OF THE PUBLIC SCHOOL FA-
DISTRICT, PROVID- CILITIES ELEMENT
ING FOR PROPERTY TO THE CITY OF MIL-
DEVELOPMENT TON COMPREHEN-
STANDARDS, PRO- SIVE PLAN; AMEND-
VIDING FOR PUBLIC ING THE INTERGOV-
IMPROVEMENT ERNMENTAL COOR-
STANDARDS, PRO- DONATION ELEMENT
VIDING FOR SEVERA- BY ADDING POLICY
ABILITY, REPEALING 1. 7. 3 AND BY ADD-
ALL ORDINANCES IN ING GOAL 2 AND OB-
CONFLICT HERE- JECTIVE 2.1 AND
WITH AND PROVID- POLICIES 2.1.1
ING AN EFFECTIVE THROUGH POLICY
DATE. 2.2.2; AMENDING THE
CAPITAL IMPROVE-
This Ordinance is on MENTS ELEMENT BY
file in the City Clerk's ADDING GOAL 2 AND
office for inspection. OBJECTIVE 2.1 AND
Any interested party POLICIES P2.1,1
may appear at the THROUGH POLICY
meeting and be heard 2.1.5; AND PROVID-
with respect to the pro- ING FOR SEVERA-
posed Ordinance. ABILITY; REPEALING
ALL PROVISIONS OF
This the 13th day of ORDINANCES IN
May, 2009. CONFLICT HERE-
WITH AND PROEVID-
Dewitt Nobles ING AN EFFECTIVE
DATE.


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ORDINANCE # Legal 5/641
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ing proposed agency
action regarding the
kc i f-


SNOTICE OF APPLICA- applications) oy writ-
AN ORDINANCE RE- TION FOR WATER ingtothe Division of
LASTING TO THE CITY USEPERMIT Resource Regulation of
OF MILTON, FLOR- the Northwest Florida
IDA; ADOPTING THE Notice is hereby given Water Management
WATER SUPPLY FA- that pursuant to Chap- District attention Terri
CILITIES WORK PLAN ter 373, Florida Stat- Peterson, 152 Water
TO THE CITY OF MIL- utes, the following ap- Management Drive, Ha-
TON COMPREHEN- plication(s) for water vana, Florida
SIVE PLAN; AMEND- use permits) has 32333-9700, but such
ING THE FUTURE (have) been received comments or requests
LAND USE ELEMENT by the Northwest Flor- must be received by 5
BY ADDING POLICY ida Water Management o'clock p.m. on June 5,
1.5.8; AMENDING THE District: 2009.
CONSERVATION ELE-
MENT' BY ADDING Application number I No further public'notice
PLICIES 28 07025 filed 05/13/2009 will be provided re-
THROUGH 1 210- The Fairways Group garding this (these) ap-
AMENDING' THE PO- L.R, dba 'Tiger Point plication(s). Publication
TABLE WATER SEC- Golf and Country Club, of this notice consti-
TION BY RENUMBER- 1255 Country Club tutes constructive no-
tice of this permit appli-
cation to all substan-
tially affected persons.
A 'cpv :.' ire iladrf r
ponisi T,,.uI b1e re.
queled 'r n order cI re.
mair, ad.,ied, I l c unrher
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persons are erl.lieo 1,i
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2140 Pets/Livestock
Wanted
2150 Pet Memorials






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Puppies
Males & females.
Black, blond, brown.
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$700 each, 1 female
$900. Shots are cur-
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ING AND ADDING OB- Road, Gulf Breeze, FL 28-601.201, Florida Ad-
This Ordinance is on JECTIVE 1.6 AND 32561 ministrative Code.
file in the City Clark's ADDING POLICIES Requesting a maximum Notices of Proposed
office for inspection. 1.0.1 THROUGH 1.6.6; withdrawal of 1,360,000 Agency Action will be
Any interested party AMENDING THE IN- gallons per day from mailed only to persons
may appear at the TERGOVERNMENTAL the Sand-and-Gravel who have filed such re-
meeting and be heard COORDINATION ELE- Aquifer System for Golf quests.
with respect to the pro- MENT BY ADDING Course Irrigation use
posed Ordinance. POLICIES 1.1.6 by existing and pro- 052009(1)
THROUGH 1.1.10; posed facilities.. 5/641
This the 13th day of AMENDING THE CAP- General withdrawal lo-.
May, 2009. ITAL IMPROVEMENTS cation(s) in Santa Rosa
ELEMENT BYADDING County: T02S, R27W,
Dewitt Nobles POLICY 1.1.5 PRO- Sec. 19D, 20; T02S,
City Clerk VIDING FOR SEVERA- R28W, Sec. 32
ABILITY; REPEALING | 1170
052009 (1) ALL PROVISIONS OF Application number I
5/639 ORDINANCES IN 07026 filed 05/13/2009 OLD PHOTOGRAPH
CONFLICT HERE- City of Gulf Breeze, From the '30's or
WITH AND PROVID- dba South Santa Rosa '40's
ING AN EFFECTIVE Utility System, 1070 Name on back is
DATE. Shoreline Dr., Gulf Vesta Harrison
Legal 5/640 Breeze, FL 32561 Eddiaward.
TIC F PRO- This Ordinance is on Requesting a maximum Once lived in Milton
NOTICE OF PRO-NN file in the City Clerk's withdrawal of, 1,292,000 Call (850) 994-6651
ESEDTMENTRD NQ office for inspection. gallons per day from
EVlATIMN I Any interested party the Sand-and-Gravel
TO WHOM IT MAY may appear at the Aquifer System for
TO WHOM- IT MAY meeting and be heard Landscape Irrigation
CONCERN. with respect to the pro- use by existing .and -
Please be advised that posed Ordinance. proposed facilities..
Please be advised thatGeneral withdrawal o- I .
on the 9th day of June, This the 13th day of. cation(s) in Santa Rosa
2009 in athe:01 May, 2009. County: T02S, R27W,
r CDT, in the City &un- See. 19D, 20; T02S,
cil meeting room at the Dewitt Nobles R28W, Sec. 32 T 0I
Street, in the City of Interested persons may
Milton, Florida, there 052009 (1) object to or comment 2100- Pets
wila be proposed for en- 5/640 upon the applications 2110- Pets: Free to
actment an Ordinance or submit a written re- Good Home
whose title is as fol- quest for a copy of the 2120- Pet Supplies
lows: staff reports) contain- 2130 Farm Animals/
ingproo. Supplies


Pace
Moving Sale
5256 Crystal Creek Dr
Fri. & Sat. 5/22-23
8am-?. Appliances
Household goods, fix-
tures, Christmas deco-
rations, and more!
RUMMAGE
AND BAKE SALE
May 22nd & 23th
8am until 12 noon
at Eternal Trinity
Lutheran Church
6080 Old Bagdad Hwy.
Proceeds go to Family
Resources of Milton &
Covenant Hospice of
Milton. Come visit and
see all the great bar-
gains. (Sponsored by
our Lutheran Women's
Missionary Society)



Cucumbers ready
now. Tomatoes to
follow. Curtis
Penton Farms
675-4111



For Sale Craftsman
6300 watt Electric
Start Portable Genera-
tor. Approx. 10 hrs run-
ning time on unit. $800
firm. 850-623-5726 or
cell 572-6067


[- 3300
OLD PHOTOGRAPH
From the '30's or
'40's
Name on back is
Vesta Harrison
Eddlaward.
Once lived in Milton
Call (850) 994-6651

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


3310
Fender Squire
Electric Guitar
Fender hard case &
Fender 12" dual chan-
nel amp with remote
foot switch, foot con-
trolled digital effects
processor with
wah-wah pedal, guitar
stand and all cables.
Excellent condition!
$600. Call 226-6754


Wake up after sleeping all night
on an advertised bed,
Brush his teeth using an adver-
tised toothbrush and advertised
toothpaste,
Shower using an advertised
shampoo-and advertised soap,
Have his "morning cup" made
with advertised coffee,
Get dressed, putting on his ad-
vertised clothes,
Dnve to work in his advertised
car,
*Check his email on an adver-
tised computer,
Answer a call on his advertised
phone using advertised cell
service,
His lunch is an advertised spe-
cial,
Refuse to advertise saying "ad-
vertising doesn't work,'
Then call to place an ad "adver-
tising his going -out-of business
sale"9

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MERCHANDISE
3100 Antiques
3110 Appliances
3120 Arts & Crafts
3130-- Auctions
3140 Baby Items
3150 Building Supplies
3160 Business
Equipment
3170 Collectibles
3180 Computers
3190.l- Electronics
3200 Firewood
3220 Furniture
3230 Garage/Yard Sales
3240 Guns
3250 Good Things to Eat
3200 Health & Fitness
3270 Jewelry/Clothing
3280 Machinery/
Equipment
3290 Medical Equipment
3300 Miscellaneous
3310 Musical Instruments
3320 Plants & Shrubs/
Supplies
3330 Restaurant/Hotel
3340 Sporting Goods
3350 Tickets (Buy & Sell)


3110
Kenmore washer &
dryer. 5 years old.
$375. 9Q2-1841



Spc Midrofiber living ,rm
set. Still in crate. Retail
$1599, only $599 Can
separate. 850-471-0330
Brand new Pillowtop
mattress Queen & foun-
dation, Fact. warr. $160
850-255-3050 Deliv avail
Corner china cabinet
with glass front plus
storage. Cherry finish.
Excellent condition.
$275 994-4875
King Mattress and 2 pc
box set. New, in plastic
Pillowtop Only $225. 850
471-0330 Can deliver


3230
MULTI FAMILY
7411 Hwy. 89
(at Pine Blossom)
household, tools,
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Classifieds


Santa Rosa's Press Gazette I B7


1-3320

Crinum Lilies- White
Striped, & Fushia Pe-
ruvian Daffodils, Iris
Purple, Yellow, &
White. Ginger Lilies-
White, & Pinecone Ele-
phant Ears & Trees
Antique wood school
desk 994-8484


I EMPLOYM T
4100 Help Wanted
4110 Restaurants/Clubs
4120 Sales
4130 Employment
Information





DRIVER TRAINEES
NEEDED NOWI
Drivers being hired
and trained locally for
Werner Enterprises.
No exp. Needed.
1-866-280-5309


Experienced
Laundry Presser
Apply within at
J & D Cleaners
51.98 Stewart Street
in Milton. 336-3008


Production/Operations
Sewing
Machine
Operator
Professional, Products,
Inc. (PPI).seeks' experi-
enced sewing machine
operiaort. Apply in per-,
son in .' Defuniak
Springs at 54 Hugh Ad-
ams Road (behind
McLains Steakhouse).


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IREAL ESTATE FOR RENT
6100 Business/
Commercial
6110 Apartments
6120 Beach Rentals
6130 Condo/Townhouse
6140- House Rentals
6150 Roommate Wanted,
6160 Rooms for Rent
0170 Mobile Home/Lot
6180 Out-of-Town Rentals
6190 Timeshare Rentals .
6BO0 Vacation Rentals


MOVE IN SPECIAL
Milton Milton
Commercial building Off Avalon Blvd.
for rent. Located on 2/BR 1/BA, cathedral
Stewart Street. 5 offices ceilings, Lge kitchen,
with reception area and laundry room. No
receiving room. Will Dogs. $599 includes
consider renting unit as deposit, credit check
a whole or individual & 1st months rent.
offices. Rent based on 712-9968
space that you need.
Recently renovated. In-
ternet accessible. MOVE IN SPECIAL
255-4004 Milton
Off Avalon Blvd.
2/BR 2/BA with laun-
dryroom. Up stairs
MIIton Great Stewart with balcony. Water
Street location profes- included. No dogs.
sional office space $599 includes de-
available various sizes posit, credit check &
affordable rent w/ paid 1st months rent
utilities, internet acces- 712-9968
sible: 255-4004
NEW CARPET, VERY
CLEAN. 1 bedroom.
Non-smoking env. No
pets. $500 month, $250
;29s-I dep. .(incl. water &
S 6110 garbage) 626-0366
Pace Mulat Nice Spa-
Milton cious 1 Bedroom, 1
2/BR 2/BA, ceramic tile Bath Apartment. Gar-
floors, laundry room. bage Furnished, $300
$600 damage deposit Month, $300 Deposit
$600 monthly rent. 995-4335
Available', now. Ask for
Sheree 623-2500 or
450-5339 .
6 6130
South Haven new TH
SMilton Santa Rosa Beach 3 br,
MiltoVE IN SPECIAL 2.5 ba, 1 car gar, pool,
1BRVErnisE n- L $1100 mo. call randy at
1/BR furnished or un- 850-974-1460
furnished. No dogs. 850-974-1460
Has laundry room, in
ground swimming
pool, in walking dis-
tance to stores, res-- 6 140 _
taurants, etc.$599 in- 4107 Riddle Street
cludes deposit, credit 3/1, 1,200 sf. $695
check & 1st months month, $695 deposit.
rent. Emerald Sands 478-4607 Eric Gleaton
712-9968 Realty, Inc.
MILTON- 1 Bedroom. 1
Bath Home. for Rent.
Great Location. Big
Milton. lbd/lba $525 Yard. $325 Month $325
mo. 2bd/1lba $575 mo, Deposit 995-4335
pick-up. Move-in spe- Milton Cute o Florida
cial., No credit check, nhome 3 br/i ba, H/A
No Pets. Call 983-2969 washer & dryer. Good
location. .Bike trails.
Schools. $700 mth
'_ $700 dep. 623-8365
MOVE IN SPECIAL Milton
Milton ULke-New
SEfficiency Apt. 3/2 w/garage.
SUtil.-incld.. furnished $850 mth-$800 dep.
Nodogs. Has laun- 'Pets considered
dryroom, in ground 501-0273 or 529-7899
swimming pool, in
walking distance to'
stores, restuarants,
etc. $599 includes I
deposit, credit check
& 1st months rent.
Emerald Sands
712-9968


MOVE IN SPECIAL
Milton \ APPLICANT Ml
Emerald Sands
2/BR 1/BA, Walking KNOWLEDGE
'distance to Milton:
No Dogs. $599 in- MUST ALS(
cludes deposit, credit
check & 1st months
F rent. 712-9968 FAX i


NEAR TANGLEWOOD
3/2 with large, fenced
yard. $900 month, $800
deposit. 781-729-7425
Now Available. 2 Br, 2
bath house. Stove,
dishwasher, refrig in-
cluded. $675 a month.
Call 850.393.9367
Pace
3578 Acy Lowery Rd.
5br/4.5 baths; 3,614 sf.
$1,895 mo. $1,895 dep.
478-4607, Eric Gleaton
Realty, Inc.
Plantation Woods
Subdivision $800 a
month. 3/2, 1200 sq. ft.
850-287-5338 .or
321-946-2888
Rent to Own Milton
Nice Remolded 3/4 br
1' Bath, Ceiling Fans
energy efficient Stor-
age bldg. Fenced $695
Month Security Deposit
$600 994-0155'

Santa Rosa
Realty
623-0077
*3/1 Home Geri St.
$800
*2/2 Mobile Home
Renee Cir. $550
*3/2 Mobile Home
Stanley Cir. $750
*3/2 Home Debbie
Dr. $800
*3/1 .Home Camille
Gardens $765
*4/2 Home Hawks
Nest $1100
*1/1 Home Stewart
St $400
*4/2 HomeRidgeview
$1100




East Milton
Private bathroom. Fe-
male or male.. $325
plus '$100 security de-
posit. Frank 346-4789




Milton- room for rent.
furnished with utilities
incld. Private entry.
$100 wk.
850-384-2388,


2 bedrooms with front
kitchen. Total electric.
No pets. $350 month.
Military, Senior Citizens
& HUD Discount. East
Gate Mobile Home
Ranch. 8 0 686-8973
2 BR/1 Bath all Electric
$475 mo., Dep. Ref
850-499-7412
'3/2. Total electric. Dish-
washer, etc. East Gate
Mobile Home Ranch
626-8973
Chumuckla
2/2.. $450 month, $250
deposit. 994-6212 or
994-8865
Clean 14x70 MH 2br,
2ba. $500/mo + $300
dep. OR 2br, 1ba,
$400/mo + $300 dep.
No pets. 675-6614-
E. MILTON
2/1 $350 month, $350
deposit. CH & A and
water included. Avail.
5/1. Call 623-2141.
Jay / Milton/ Pace
Rentals 2 & 3 bed-
rooms. $400-$650 per
month. Section 8 / Hud
accepted. 994-5703
Milton (Bruce Lane)
Includes water, gar-
bage and lawn service.
2/2 for $450 month.
2/2 for $350/month
Call 698-4582
Milton- Bagdad
3 Bed 2' Bath in Park
Total electric, no pets.
Incl water & garbage,
furn $475. month/ $250
deposit. Off Da Lisa
Road. Bay Crest Realty
994-7918
Milton
MOBILE HOMES FOR
RENT. Between $300
& $400 a month.
983-7259, 368-7506
Milton r ;
MOVE IN SPECIAL
$100. 2/1, all electric,
CH&A, covered deck &
storage. $395 deposit, '
Nice home on
Sonnydale Lane
375-4515
North Milton
2/2 Mobile Home on
private,lot. 6549 Stanly
Cir. Total Electric. $450
/rent, $250/dep. No
pets. Bay Crest Realty
994-7918


UST HAVE COMPUTER SKILLS,
E OF A/P, A/R, AND PAYROLL.
) HAVE TRANSPORTATION.

RESUME TO 995-8849


Pace
2/1 Mobile Home in
park, water & garbage
furnished. $435/rent
$250/dep. Total Elec-
tric, no pets.
Bay Crest Realty.
(850) 994-7918

Pace,
Three trailers and one
efficiency apartment.
Water & garbage fur-
nished. Nice and clean.
Low rates. 995-1717

West Milton
3/BR 2/BA on private
lot. Total electric, no
pets. 5133 Ridgeway
Blvd. $60/mth
$300/dep. Bay Crest
Realty
994-7918


7100 Homes
7105 Open Houses
7110 Beach Home/
Property
7120 Commercial
7130 Condo/Townhouse
7140 Farms & Ranches
7150 Lots and Acreage
7160 Mobile Homes
7170 Waterfront
7180 Investment
Property
S7190- Out-of-Town
Real Estate
7200 Timeshare





C Commercial
Bldg. for Sell Less than
-1 mile from new
Walmart 30x50 steel
0on Hy. 87
1/2of bldg is
air conditioned '

IE Commercial
lo0t/ business for Sell
Over 200' frontage on
Hwy'90 in Milton area
Business can be
assumed or
displays moved
Land is cleared and t
ready for any business.

'Both locations are a
Great Investment or
start a newbusiness
WJiAcepra
85-8329


_ 7100

A GREAT
DEAL

602 Mooney
Rd. FWB
Kenwood
Beautiful brick 3 br, 2
ba, 2 cg. Close to
bases on quiet half
acre corner lot. Built
in 1994. Kitchen re-
cently updated with
stainless steel appli-
ances. Corner FP in
LR w/all brick hearth,
vaulted ceilings, fresh
paint, security sys-
tem, updated elec-
tronic irrigation, large
screened porch un-
der roof, chain link
back yard perfect for
pets. $294,900. Call
850 226-6754




Bank Owned Prop-
erties Free Lists
Celistate Gulfcoast
Realty 850-472-2500

Destin
Destiny West,
By Owner
Close to the beach,
Beautiful 2 'story
stucco, tile roof, 4 bd,
2.5 bth on Paradise
Isle. 3255, sqft, neigh-
borhood pool, tennis,
Built in 2005. $820,000.
Call 830-3287 for show-
ing. Agents welcome.


CASH PAID
for junk cars
For Sale, Lease or trucks.
Option or Rent Running or not.
6439 Appaloosa Ave. Call: 983-9527
Remodeled, 3/2, 1216 or 723-5048
.sq. ft. $96,500 ($8,000
tax credit) Call (850)
393-3084

1997 Ford F150 4.6 V8
133,000 mi, new Good-
year tires, PS, air, auto,
Waterfront 3700 sf, B lariet Good condi-
4br/3ba Home on tion. Limited slip rear
Wrights Basin, Ski end. Just tuned up.
Heaven $425,000 $5,200. (850) 623-8920
850-623-6768 2002 GMC Sierra. 4
wheel drive, new CD &
radio system. TEENS
DREAM. Many extras.
Will take pay off. Col-
lege student only
needs bike in college
area. 675-4614


8170
Tonneau Cover for a
I: r kg Chevy Silverado
AUTOMOTIVE,MARINE white). Asking $600
RECREATIONAL obo. 623-5863
8100 Antique & Collectbles
8110 cars :
8120 Sports Utility Vehicles I J W -
8130- Trucks I
8140 Vans 8330
8150- Commercial 1989 36' 8" Dutchman
8160- Motorcycles Travel Trailer. $4,000.
8170 Auto Parts 623-5100f or 723-8802
& Accessories _________6351o2380
8210 Boats
8220 Personal Watercraft
8230 Sailboats
Supplies 8
8245 Boat Slips & Docks 2005 Grand Junction
8310 Aircraft/Aviation Dutchmen 33 TRL, 3
8320 ATV/Off Road Vehicles slides, 2 refrigerators &
8330 Campers & Trailers fireplaces $35,000.
8340 Motorhomes 626-6382


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10 to 500 acres that you want
to sell immediately????
We have cash Buyers.
contact:
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We Sell at O uCost Plus a 10% Surcharge Added at the Register

We Sell at Our Cost Plus a 10% Surcharge Added at the Register,


SALeE GODMAY 209 2009 u:1 4i ~THRU MY 26 2u0


3-Pack
Small Pork
Spareribs
126 b
lb


Bagged
Tilapia
Fillets

1 53b bag


Bryan
Juicey
Jumbos

991,oz


Royal Whole
Smoked Fully
Cooked Picnics
116b
Ib


Farmland
Whole Pork
Loins Boneless
Pre-Sliced
69


Kinser Pimento
Chicken or
Tuna Salad
162
12oz


Sweet Yellow
or White Corn

281r


Royal Reg or
Baby Link
Smoked
Sausage
99
12 oz


Fresh Express
Crisp Cole
Slaw

98WIbbag


Farmland
Seasoned
Pork
Tenderloins
399
39,1.2 lb

Chilean Seeded
Sweet Jumbo
Red Globe
Grapes
130lb


Value Time
Foam Plates

78' ot


Margaret
Holmes
Seasoned
Greens
7341-o



Folgers Can
Coffee

6 03
39.3 oz


Maxwell
House Coffee
589
34.5 oz


Shurfine
Drinking
Water
311
0.5 L 24pk


STOR ] ElHOURS: 7AM m UPM e 7 DAYS AWEEK


Cost includes freight, fee, and any associated expenses.


grocery
L Outlet,
SALE PRICES GOOD THRU MAY 26, 2009


4025 HWY 90 *
850-995-8778
VI'SA JEBTWIC


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pm s


Blackwell
Angus Boneless
Top Sirloin
Steaks
298b


Tray Pack
Boneless
Fryer Breast
75
I Ib


Quarterloin
Pork Chops
I52
lb


Fresh
Fryer Leg
Quarters
490
10 lb


2-liter
Pepsi

1 OO ea


Nunn-Better
Gold Nugget
Dog Food

16 Ib


Dutch Farms
Mild Cheddar
Cheese Bar

8 ox


Oven Fresh
Hamburger or
Hot Dog Buns

77 8-ct


Doritos
Corn Chips
2"66
11.75-13.6 oz


Tropical
Punch
138'
I gall


Shurfine
Charcoal
49
91b


Idaho
Supreme
Instant
Potatoes

S17'0 oz


Shurfine
Assorted
Plastic Cups
123
20ct 16 oz


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