Group Title: Santa Rosa press gazette
Title: The Santa Rosa press gazette
ALL ISSUES CITATION THUMBNAILS ZOOMABLE PAGE IMAGE
Full Citation
STANDARD VIEW MARC VIEW
Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028408/00455
 Material Information
Title: The Santa Rosa press gazette
Alternate Title: Milton press gazette
Press gazette
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Creator: Santa Rosa press gazette
Publisher: Milton Newspapers, Inc.
Milton Newspapers
Place of Publication: Milton, Fla
Publication Date: May 27, 2009
Frequency: semiweekly
regular
 Subjects
Subject: Newspapers -- Milton (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Santa Rosa County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States of America -- Florida -- Santa Rosa -- Milton
 Notes
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 76, no. 104 (Mar. 29, 1984)-
 Record Information
Bibliographic ID: UF00028408
Volume ID: VID00455
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: ltuf - AKH2012
oclc - 33399204
alephbibnum - 001994926
lccn - sn 95047208
 Related Items
Preceded by: Milton press gazette

Full Text









(Santa Dosa's Press

em ,mwE


Your only hometown newspaper for over a century!


United Way
of Santa Rosa County
holds ribbon cutting ceremony, BI


Wednesday, May27,2009 Find breaking news at www.srpressgazette.com 50 cents


Man convicted of


molestation gets


four life sentences


Jeni Booker Senter
jsenter@srpressgazette.com
State Attorney Bill Ed-
dins announced Friday
that a Santa Rosa County
jury on Thursday con-
victed Thomas Gardner,
28 of Milton, of two counts
of sexual battery of a child
arid two counts of lewd and
lascivious molestation.
Circuit Judge Ron
Swanson immediately
sentenced Gardner to four
consecutive life sentences
without the chance of pa-
role.
Eddins says the jury de-
liberated for about an hour
before finding Gardner
guilty of sexually abusing


a 5-year-old girl between
the years of 2006 and 2007.
The child was abused at a
Milton residence.
According to a news re-
lease, the child disclosed
the abuse to investiga-
tors with the Department
of Children and Families
during a home visit in
2007.
Gardner admitted to
Santa Rosa Sheriff's in-
vestigators' that he had
engaged in sexual acts
with the girl.
The court has desig-
nated Gardner as a sexual
predator.
Assistant State Attor-
ney Christi Hankins pros,
ecuted the case.


Economy puts Five Points

intersection plans on hold


e e

Liberty Counsel to represent district employee

JENI BOOKER SENTER documents against Winkler response is being prepared. plaint, "notwithstanding the
senter@srpressgazette.com at the first of the month. "They aren't seeking Court's preliminary injune-
The document officially contempt at this time on tion effective noon on Janu-


Michelle Winkler, the
ilistrict employee whom
the ACLU is looking to the
court to charge with con-
tempt, will be represent-
ed by Mathew D. Staver,
founder of Liberty Counsel
and dean of Liberty Univer-
sity School of Law.
:.The ACLU filed court


called "an order to show
cause why the court should
not find contempt," ,was
filed with the U.S. District
Court Northern, District of
Florida Pensacola Division
on May 4.
Counsel for the San-
ta Rosa County District
Schools, Paul Green, said a


any official or administrator
of the school board. They
are seeking contempt on
just the individual named
in the complaint. We are
preparing a response to the
motion at this time and can-
not comment on the actual
case," Green said.
According to the com-


ary 19, 2009 (DE 48) and
despite having notice of the
Court's Order, Ms. Winkler,
a School Board employee,
, intentionally violated para-
graph 1 of that [previous]
Order."
The complaint alleges
See COUNSEL Al 0


By OBIE RAIN
ocrain@srpr.essgazette.com
Although a solution has
'been devised for the dan-
gerous intersection north
of Pace known as Five
Points, current economic
conditions are continuing
to hinder its implementa-
tion.
It's a point where Wood-
bine Road from the south-
west, Chumuckla High-
'way from the southeast,
Beriyhill Road from the
east, Chumuckla Highway
from ,the northeast and
Quintette Road from the
northwest converge. Fre-
quent travelers consider it
a nightmare to negotiate,
despite the traffic signals.
In an attempt to make
it more traffic-friendly,
three years ago the'Santa
.Rosa County Commission
directed the engineering
firm of Baskerville-Dono-
van to perform an inde-
pendent traffic study to
see what could be done to
make it safer.
Later Baskerville-Don-
ovan came back with a
plan to relocate Berryhill
Road 800 feet to the north
of its present intersection
and make it an indepen-
dent entrance to Chu-
muckla Highway. The con-
clusion was that this plan
would make the original
intersection safer.
Commissioners accept-


ed the study and proceed-
ed to purchase right of
way to relocate Berryhill
Road with money generat-
ed from transportation im-
pact fees. But before more
work could 'be done, the
economic downturn threw
a wrench into plans.
Because of the econ-
omy, commissioners in
January voted to impose
a moratorium on trans-
portation impact fees,
which, in effect, dried up
the source of money to
further work on the Five
Points project.
Commissioner Don
Salter says removing the
moratorium on impact
fees depends on the econ-
omy and will be re-evalu-
ated in due time.
"Completion of a proj-
'ect of this nature takes a
long time because of the
comprehensive elements*
involved," he said, "arrd
there a lot of them, like en-
vironmental assessments,
drainage and acquisition
of additional property for
retention ponds."
He indicated the most
positive element in the
deal is that the land for the
shift of Berryhill Road has
been acquired.
"And that's the most ex-
pensive part," he said. "It's
too bad that the rest of the
work has been caught up
due to the prevailing eco-
nomic situation."


-History to be played out in Bagdad

Civil War encamptment, unveiling of historic marker planned
:History buffs, look no further tween the troops of Company grounds and in the house, leaving
than historic Bagdad, Fla., on "E" First Regiment Florida Vol- messages that were discovered
Saturday, May 30. Join the Bag- unteer Infantry and the Rob- during a 1970s restoration. The
dad Village Preservation Asso- ertsdale/Dents Florida Battery. circa 1847 house is one of the few
Citation, beginning at 9 a.m., for a Local historians will relate the remaining Florida Panhandle ex-
day filled with local history and events of 1864 while period flags amples of a symmetrical Greek
lots of fun and food. wave and soldiers race ahead of Revival antebellum home that
An authentic Civil War liv- the cannon's roar. reflects the prosperity of the pe-
ing history encampment will be At 5 p.m. a new state historic riod. The marker will commemo-
On the grounds of the historic marker will be unveiled at the rate these events. Currently, the
Thompson House, 4620 Forsyth ThompsonHouse. RaidingUnion home is owned by Dr. and Mrs.
St., across from the post office, soldiers from the 1864 Skirmish, Charles N. D'Asaro.
arid at 4 p.m. visitors can view under the leadership of Major
an authentic demonstration be- Andrew Spurling, camped on the See BAGDAD Al 0


O Jim Fletcher P-t d TABLE OF CONTENTS
Publ sher recycled Classifieds ....................................A7 Religion....................................... A9
623-2120 % paper Opinion.:....................................... A8 Sports..................................... All1
fletcher@pressgazette.co n-
..-., ri 7;c7 r _-.r .- 'F_ -. .A -- .r V.. .d'.-2. -. --.@ -.: :.*-7.'. .' ?


A new state historic marker will be unveiled Saturday, May 30,
at the Thompson House, above, 4620 Forsyth St. in Bagdad.


uFREEDOM volume101 ll l
-__c-:?_- --i Issue14 7PO 31312 S
1_2O: I- H






T ,n:cl


Ua P.~aJ s 3 I 1000azeIIe


Wednesday, May 27, 2009


Speak OUT


Friday, 9:24 a.m.
I am speaking about the closing of the Munson
School. Mrs. Smith, the Principal, and Santa Claus
are very disappointed in them closing that school. I
was there in December and had a great day with the
fantastic Pre-K, kindergarten, and first grade students.
I enjoyed going up there. I hope we can fix the situation.
Bye.

Wednesday, 5:24 p.m.
Alright Santa Rosa County and Escambia County. You
need to be careful with the seafood after this weekend.
If you have a short comment you would like to make,
call the Speak Out line at 623-5887.


& Benchmark
S, Surveying & Land Planning, Inc.
Thomu E. HitoiP.LS.
President
Serving Santa Land Surveying Land Planning. Rezoning
Rosa County for Estate Surveying & Elevation Certificates
Over 20-Yrs Over 65 years surveying records on file for Santa
Rosa and Escambia Counties
7200 Chumuckla Hwy Ued &I (850) 994-4882 office
Pace, FL 32571 Lcensed&Insured (850) 995-9614 Fax




, 1 "S










o .e '











JUNE'S SUMMER
iN SPECIAL! no I eo fi
5 F






Spors (o r) H ler
001V1 C





\ Simply With Herbs
Better Health A Better Way

JUNE'S SUMMER
fSO&s SPECIAL! Miner 3

MagOin 25 O FF! H rFF
V (or more) Cleansers e
r ,.nests Herhbl -


Suppe. All Items! V' leas
,Free lt INatural
art All Month! cpareerns
Come See Our New, Larger Location!
4958 Highway 90
(Just across from Walmart in Pace)


0


. ^**f


www.movieshowtime.net
4915 Highway 90 Pace
850-995-1600


SUMMER 2009
FREE KIDS SHOW SCHEDULE
6/9 6/11 Horton Hears a Who & Spiderwick Chronicles
6/16 6//18 Kung Fu Panda & Nim's Island
6/23 6/25 Alvin & The Chipmunks & Tale of Despereaux
6/30- 7/2 Madagascar 2 & Robots
7/7 7/9 Bee Movie & Mr. Magorium
7/14- 7/16 Over the Hedge & Garfield
7/21 7/23 Space Chimps & Pink Panther 2
7/28- 7/30 Monster House & Charlotte's Web
8/4 8/6 Surf's Up & Daddy Day Care
8/11 8/13 Open Season & Evan Almighty
Movies are Open to Everyone Young and Old
Seats are'limited on a first come first serve basis


0
Santa Rosa's
Press Gazette
6629 Elva St.
Milton, FL 32570


TELEPHONE NUMBERS
All offices ................. (850) 623-2120
Classifieds ................ (850) 623-2120
Editorial Fax.............. (850) 623-9308
All other faxes........... (850) 623-2007
SUBSCRIPTION RATES
Oneyear(incounty).................... $34
Sixmonths (in county)................ $17
13weeks(incounty).................... $8.50
Senior Citizen (over 62)
One year ............ ............ ....... $28
Six months............................... $14
13weeks ................ .................. $7


COPYRIGHT NOTICE
The entire contents of Santa Rosa's
Press Gazette, including its logotype, are
fully protected by copyright and registry


Jim Fletcher
Publisher
(850) 393-3654
jfletcher@srpressgazette.com
Carol Barnes
Office Manager
(850) 623-2120
cbarnes@srpressgazette.com


Miss a paper?
Circulation
Jim Flecher
(850) 623-2120
Want to subscribe?
(850) 623-2120
To buy back issues
(850) 623-2120
To place a classified ad
(850) 623-2120

and cannot be reproduced in any form
for any purpose, without prior, written
permission from Santa Rosa's Press
Gazette.


Bill Gamblin
Editor
(850) 377-4611
bgomblin@srpressgazette.com
Debbie Coon
Lead Account Exec.
(850) 393-36.66
dcoon@srpressgazette.com

AT YOUR SERVICE
To buy a display ad
Debbie Coon, Greg Cowell,
(850) 623-2120
To buy a photograph
(850) 623-2120
Internet
www.srpressgozette.com
Office Hours
8 a.m. to 5 p.m.,
Monday through Friday


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


To get news in the paper
Bill Gamblin
(850) 623-2120 or (850) 377-4611
Email: news@srpressgazette.com
Short items: briefs@srpressgazette.com
Church News:
church@srpressgozette.com
Weddings, engagements
and anniversaries:
briefs@srpressgazette.com
Sports: sports@srpressgazette.com


* Santa Rosa's Press Gazette (USPS Newspapers Inc. Periodicals postage paid at
604-360) is published twice weekly Milton, Florida. POSTMASTER: Send address
on Wednesday and Saturdays for $34 changes to: Santa Rosa's Press Gazette,
per year (in county): lI.,i fli- d.:w 6629 : '.ainm,, Mil:,,rr, 'lilj, c,i70.


AZ I -)lat


PACE AND MILTON HIGH STUDENTS
WIN AWARDS, SCHOLARSHIPS
Emily-Krlan of the Pace
High School, NJROTC,
is presented by Bill Allen
past president SRCVC,
a $750 education
scholarship and a
certificate by the Milton
Police Department and
Santa Rosa County
Veterans Council.
Funds were raised
by a golf tournament
chaired and organized
by Chief Greg Brand
and the Milton Police
Department.
SUBMITTED PHOTOS
Tia Shallow of Pace
High School is presented
with an Elks National
Foundation Most
Valuable Student $4,000
scholarship and a special
Elks pin by Bill Allen,
Elks District Scholarship
Chairman. Shallow is
one of 250 students
nationwide to receive
such an award. Each year
Elks National Foundation
provides in excess of $2.5-
million in scholarships to
graduating high school
seniors.



Austin Worley of Milton
High School is presented
with an Elks National
Foundation Most Valuable
Student Scholarship of
$4,000 by Bill Allen,
Northwest Florida Elks
District Scholarship
Chairman.


t


Elected OFFICIALS ,
COUNTY GOVERNMENT Monroe St., Tallahassee, FL 32399, 488-4441. E-mail: Milton, FL 32570, 983-0413. E-mail is scottdl@mail.
fl governor@myflorida.com. santarosa.k12.fl.us.
COUNTY COMMISSION District 2: Hugh Winkles, 5684 Nicklaus Lane,
District 1: Jim Williamson, 4351 Berryhill Road, Milton, FL 32570, 623-6299. E-mail is winkleseh@
Pace, FL 32571; phone 932-1340. E-mail is comm- EDERAL GOVERNMENT mail.santarosa.k12.fl.us.
williamson@santarosa.fl.gov. HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES District 3: Diane Coleman, 9400 Octavia Lane,
- District 2: Bob Cole, 8651 Riverstne Rod, HOUSE OF REPRES.ENTATIVES Navarre, FL 32566,939-2661. E-mail is colemanmd@
Miton, FL 32583; phone 983-1877. E-mail is comm- Rep.: Jeff Miller: 1535 Longworth House Office mail.santarosa.k12.fl.us.
cole@santarosa'fl.gov. Building, Washington, D.C., 20515; phone (local) 479- District 4: JoAnn J. Simpson, 5059 Faircloth St.,
District 3: Don Salter, 6000 Chumucklo Highway, 1183; (DC) 202-225-4136; toll free 866-367-1614. E- Pace 32571, 994-5446. E-mail is simpsonji@mail.
Pace, FL 32571; phone 994-6426. E-mail is comm- mail: www.house.gov/jeffmiller. sontarosa.kl2.fl.us..
salter@santarosa.fl.gov. SENATE District 5: Edward Gray Ill, 1 Gray Oaks Lane, Gulf
District 4: Gordon Goodin; 6467 Avenida De. Sen. Mel Martinez: 356 Russell Senate Office Breeze, FL 32561, 850-932-6287. E-mail is grayem@
Galves, Navarre,FL 32566; phone 939-4949. E-mail is Building, Washington, D.C., 20515; phone 202-224- maThe Santa ose County School Board meets at 6:30
comm-goodin@santarosa.fl.gov. 3041; fax 202-228-5171.p.m. second and foth Thursdays at 5086 Canal St.,
District 5: Lane Lynchard, 6495 Caroline St., Suite Sen. Bill Nelson: Room 571, Hart Senate Office Milt. second and futh Thursdays at 5086 Canal 983-5000
M, Milton, FL 32570, phone 932-1340. E-mail is comm- Building, Washington, D.C., 20510; phone 202-224-
lynchard@santarosa.fl.gov. 5274, fax 202-224-8022.
on second and fourth Thursdays. The leaders meet in WHITE HOUSE CI TY GOVERNMENT
committee at 9 a.m. Monday preceding the Thursday President Barack Obama: The White House, 1600 Milton City Hall, Mayor Guy Thompson, 6738
meetings. Meetings are' held in commission chambers Pennsylvania Ave., Washington, D.C., 20500; phone Dixon Street Milton, FL 32570,9835400 Interim
of the Administrative Complex on U.S. 90. Phone 202-456-1414. E-mail: president@whitehouse.gov. City Manager, Brian Watkins.
983-1877 for information or to reach their offices. Vice President Joe Biden: Office of the Vice Gulf Breeze City Hall, Mayor Lane Gilchrist, 1070
President, White House, 1600 Pennsylvania Ave., Shoreline Drive, Gulf Breeze, FL 32561, 934-5100.
TATE GOVERNMENT Washington, D.C., 20500; phone 202-456-1414. City Manager "Buzz" Eddy.
STATE GOVERNMENT *Town of Jay, Mayor Kurvin Quails, 3822 Hwy. 4,
*Rep. Greg Evers: 5224 Willing St., Milton, FL Jay, FL 32565,/675-2719.
32570, 983-5550. Email: evers.greg@leg.state.fl.us. SCHOOL GOVERNMENT
Sen. Durell Peaden Jr., 598 N. Ferdon Blvd., Suite Contact information for your elected officials
100, Crestview, FL 32536, 850-689-0556. SCHOOL BOARD appears in every Saturday edition of the Santa Rose
Gov. Charlie Crist: PL05 The Capitol, 400 S. District 1: Diane Scott, 5710 Munson Highway, Press Gazette. Know your leaders; stay in touch.


SANTA ROSA'S PRESS GAZETTE STAFF


ALWAYS ONLINE
Find more local coverage
at srpressgazette.com


IN


A OJ I C-fn Pncri'c Prp-,z (-,n7pftt-


h
RT,
4(:-- 1 rJ EE NA zk









Sheriff's REPORT


The following arrests
were made beginning
April 24 through April 29,
2009.

Perry, James Lance;
Male; 30; 2068 Jessica Way,
Navarre; Aggrav Battery-
Person Uses a Deadly
Weapon. 4/24/09
Simmons, Joseph Le-
roy; Male; 25; Homeless;
Aggrav Battery-Offender
Knew/Should Have Known
Vict Pregnant (domestic
violence), Damage Prop-
Crim Misch $200 and Un-
der, Possess Cocaine, Nar-
cotic Equip-Possess And
Or Use, Obstructing Jus-
tice INJ Retaliate Against
Informant Victim Witness.
4/26/09
Smith, Bryan Jacob;
Male; 20; 816 Tanager Ave.,
Ft. Walton; Probation Vio-
lation-Felony. 4/24/09
Smith, Raymond Jay;
Male; 31; 5685 Chanterelle
Circle, Milton; Resist Offi-
cer-Flee Elude LEO With
Lights Siren Active, Drive
While License Suspended
2nd Offense; Resist 'Of-
ficer-Obstruct W/O Vio-
lence. 4/26/09
Stroud, David Jerry
Lauren; Male; 17; 8758
Bright Oak Circle, Milton;
Arson-2nd Degree, Dam-
age Prop-Crim Misch $200
or Less Subseq Off, Burgi
Dwelling or Struct Cause
Damage Over $1,000.
4/24/09
Wyatt, Sandra Denise;
Female; 37; 315 Quinn St.,
St. George Island, FL;
Fraud-Swindle Obtain
Property Under $20,000.
4/25/09
Melton, Donald
Wayne; Male; 39; 5134
Blackmon Dr. Jay; Larc-
Petit 1st Off (2 cts.). Forg-
ery of Alter Public Record
Certificate Etc, Fraud Ut-
ter False Bank Bill Note
Check Draft. 4/24/09
Moore, Jonathan Ed-
ward; Male; 29; 4818 Si-
erra Dr, Pensacola; Drive
While Lic Susp Habitual
Offender. 4/24/09
Paddie, Martha Kim-
berly; Female; 33; 6070
Jennifer Day Ct., Milton;
Larc-Theft is $300 or More
But Less Than $5,000.
4/24/09
Page,WilliamThomas;
Male; 42; 5246 San Miguel
St., Milton; Probation Vio-
lation-Felony 4/24/09
Penton, Rosemary
Forguson; Female; 36;
5184 Springdale Dr., lil-
ton; Fraud-Nan Closure
Chng Status Pub Aid $200
or More. 4/25/09
Pickett, Jr. Sam Ed-
. ward; Male; 20; 6674 Da
Lisa Rd, Milton; Marijua-
na-Sell Schedule I, Mari-
juana Possess Over 20
Grams. 4/24/09
Ramos, Joanne; Fe-
male; 40; 4576 Tamarind
Dr. Pace; Burglary Un-
occupied Structure Un-
armed, Burgi of Unoccu-
pied Dwelling; Unarmed;
No Asslt/Batt, Larc-Theft
is $300 or More But Less
Than $5,000, Dealing in
Stolen Property. 4/25/09
Sutherin,. Jr., Wil-
bur Eugene; Male; 37;
5614 Rosebay St., Milton;
Battery-Touch or Strike,
Weapon Offense-Missile.
Into Dwelling Veh Building
or Aircraft. 4/26/09
Claudio, John Erik;
Male; 23; 4739 Lemoyne
Vista, Milton; Aggravated
Stalking. 4/09
Adams, Ronald Eu-
gene, Jr.; Male; 23; 4201
Ermine Lane, Milton; Pro-
bation Violation-Felony.
4/09


Broadwater, Joseph
Darby; Male; 37; 8506
Gulf Pine Drive, Panama
Beach, FL; Probation Vio-
lation-Felony. 4/09
Knutson, Jeffrey Jo-
seph; Male; 29; 9467 Park-
er Place Drive, Navarre;
Possess Child Pornogra-
phy. 4/09
Stuart, Zachary Wells;
Male; 21; 7644 Chablis
Circle, Navarre; Probation
Violation-Felony. 4/09
Bynum, 'Samuel Mor-
ris; Male; 19; 3620 Bayou
Blvd, Pensacola; DUI.
4/24/09
Lee, Tracy Lynn; Fe-,
male; 37; 5257 Tina Ct.,.
Pace; DUI. 4/24/09
Lichtenberger, Kam-
ron Le Allen; Male; 22;
5309 Casper Circle, Milton;
DUI. 4/26/09
Meyer, Steven Paul;
Male; 23; 5803 Elaine Av-
enue, Milton; DUI. 4/26/09
Peterson, Nicholia
Labrooke; Male; 25; 5261
Crystal Creek Dr., Pace;
DUI Alcohol or Drugs 2nd
Offense. 4/25/09
Stanley, John Michael;
Male; 18; 3890 Mariners
Dr., Gulf Breeze; DUI.
4/26/09
Qualls, Brandon Wil-
liam; Male; 17; 4118 West
Fairfield, Pefisacola; Mari-
juana-Possess With In-
tent to Sell Mfg or Deliver
Schedule I, Marijuana
Possess over 20 Grams.
4/27/09
Barnes, Colin Andrew;
Male; 24; 2164 Tom St., Na-
varre; DUI. 4/27/09
Coon, Robin Smith;
Female; 44; 5308 Chestnut
Ave., Pace; Battery-Touch
or Strike, Burgl of Occu-,
pied Conveyance and Un-
armed. 4/27/09






4915 Highway 90 Pace
850-995-1600





Please call

The Ridge

Cinema

for the

Current

Moving

Listings

or Visit

www.movieshowtime.net


Hair, William Ryan;
Male; 23; 5601 Tulibo Ln,
Pace; Aggrav Battery-
Cause Bodily Harm or
Disability, Cruelty Toward
Child Aggravated Battery
on Child. 4/27/09
Howington, Eduardo
Ramon; Male; 26; 8836
Rooster Run Dr., Milton;
Probation Violation-Felo-
ny. 4/27/09
Locke, Shawna Denee;
Female; 39; 5357 Nagel Dr.,
Milton; Drugs-Possess
Cntrl Sub W/O Prescrip-
tion, Marijuana Possess
Not More Than 20 Grams,
Smuggle Contraband-In-
troduce Into Detention Fa-
cility. 4/27/09
Mullikin, Daniel Ste-
phen; Male; 25; 2084 Alfred
Blvd, Navarre; Battery-
Touch or Strike (domestic
violence), Cruelty Toward
Child at That Could Result
in Physical Mental Injury,
Obstruct Police-Deprive of
Means Protection or Com-
munication. 4/27/09
Stroud, David Jerry
Lauren; Male; 17; 8758
Bright Oak Circle, Milton;
Arson 2nd Degree (2 cts.),
Burgl Unoccupied Con-
veyance Unarmed (4 cts.),
Damage Prop-Crim Misch
$1,000 or More, Larc-Theft
is $300 or More But Less
Than $5,000, Damage
Prop-Crim Misch $200 and
Under (2 cts.), Larc-Petit
1st Offense, Burgl Dwell-
ing Structure or Convey-
ance Armed, Larc-Grand
of Firearm (2 cts.). 4/27/09
Valentin-Vargas, -Mel-
vin Javier; Male; 36; 225
Brent Lane, Pensacola;
Probation Violation-Felony
(2 cts.). 4/27/09
Williamson, Misty Mi-
chelle; Female; 36; 4018


Hazel Godwin Rd, Jay;
Battery-Touch or Strike
(domestic violence), Cru-
elty Toward Child-Inflic-
tion of Physical or Mental
Injury. 4/27/09
Bingham, Richard
William; Male; 17; 9591
Permenter Rd, Milton;
Damage Prop-Crim Misch
$200 and Under, Burglary
Unoccupied Structure
Unarmed, Larc-Petit 1st
Off, Damage Prop-Crim
Misch-Over $200 Under
$1,00, Burgl Dwelling
Structure or Conveyance
Armed, Larc-Theft is $300
or More But Less Than
$5,000, Larc-Grand of Fire-
arm (2 cts.), Arson-2nd
Degree; Burgl Unoccupied
Conveyance Unarmed (2
cts.). 4/28/09
Brake, Judith Victoria
Jordan; Female; 24; 8640
Indian Ford Rd, Milton;
Probation Violation-Felo-
ny, Failure to Appear for
Felony Offense. 4/28/09
Kish, Brigid Eileen;
Female; 46; 290 S. 61st Ave.,
Pensacola; DUI. 4/28/09
Garland, Aiana Melia;
Female; 18; 3642 Bagwell
Rd, Pace; Aggrav Asslt W/
Deadly Weapon W/O Intent
to Kill (domestic violence).
4/28/09 '
Holley, Charles Ed-
ward; Male; 57; 4760
Landmark Ln, Pace; Pos-
sess Cocaine, Narcotic
Equip-Possess and or Use.
4/28/09
Hughey, Larry Wayne;
Male; 58; 6799 Deena Ln,"
Navarre; Aggrav Asslt W/
Deadly Weapon W/O In-
tent to Kill (domestic vio-
lence). 4/28/09,
Sales, Brad Deange-
lo; Male; 22; 1053 Choctaw
St., Mobile, AL; Larc-Theft


i~2~


We Buy & Sell Gold
Silver & Coin Collectiol
& Scrap Gold Jeweli


.4


New Owne
References Available
5203 Dogwood Dr. 626-6707
www meraldcoastcoins.net


is $300 or More But Less
,Than $5,000. 4/28/09
Smith, Claudia Eu-
gene; Female; 62; 6418
Maddox Rd, Milton; Pro-
bation Violation-Felony.
4/28/09
Vinson, Jr., Roy Wes-
ley; Male; 19; 3647 Alcoy
Road, Jacksonville, FL;
Operate Motor Vehicle
W/O Valid License, Veh
Theft-Grand 3rd Degree.
4/28/09
Witt, Dennis Lamar;
Male; 51; 6441 Eva St., Mil-
ton; Aggrav Asslt W/Dead-
ly Weapon W/O Intent to
Kill (domestic violence),
Battery-Touch or Strike
(domestic violence) (2
cts.), Obstructing Justice.-
Intimidate Threaten Etc
Vict Witness Informant.
4/28/09
Barfield, Christopher
Lee; Male; 25; Stated He
was Homeless; Resist
Officer-Flee Elude LEQ
with Lights Sirens Active.
4/28/09
Marroletti, Jr., Rocco
Joseph; Male; 14; 12255
Normandy Blvd., Jackson-
ville, FL; Veh Theft-Grand
3rd Degree. 4/28/09
Murtha, Jr., Kevin Ed-
ward; Male; 24; 4658 Cyril
Dr., Pace; Drive While Lic
Susp Habitual Offender.
4/28/09
Slack, Dennis Eugene;
Male; 23; 6233 Morgan Rd,
Milton; Probation Viola-
tion-Felony. 4/28/09
Barfield, Spencer
Kyle; Male; 18; 9212 Eagle
Nest Drive, Navarre; Re-
sist Officer-Flee Elude
LEO with Lights Sirens
active. 4/28/09
Ashmore, Danielle
Christeve; Female; 26;
1973 Reserve Blvd., Gulf


Breeze; DUI and Damage
Property. 4/29/09
Gaston, Jasper; Male;
43; 1350 Lake Dr., Canton-
ment; Possess Cocaine,
Narcotic Equip-Pos-
sess And Or Use. 4/29/09
Hughey, Larry Wayne;
Male; 58; 6799 Deena Ln,
Milton; Probation Viola-
tion-Felony. 4/29/09
Jarrett, Stacy Mi-
chelle; Female; 28; 6508
Bruce Lane, Milton; Pro- '
bation Violation-Felony.
4/29/09
Rogers, Regina Kay;
Female; 32; 9085 Chu-
muckla Springs Rd, Jay;
Probation Violation-Felo-
ny. 4/29/09
Archer, Bryan James;
Male; 13; 5547 Chantilly
Circle, Milton; Sex Of-
fense-Promote Sexual Ac-
tivity of Vic Less Than 16
YOA. 4/29/09-
Cooley, Kyle Joseph;
Male; 20; 5125 Copper-
field Dr., Pace; Larc-Theft
is $300 or More But Less
Than $5,000, Stolen Prop-
Dealing in Stolen Proper-
ty. 4/29/09
Monk, Donnie La-
mar; Male; 56; No address
given; Fraud-Insuff Funds
Check-Stop Pay Wit De-
fraud $150 or More, Fraud-
Insuff Finds Check Make
Utter Issue Under $150.00
4/29/09
Morgan, Ray May-
wood; Male; 65; 5989 Sabol
Rd, Milton; Battery-Touch
or Strike, Possess Mari-
juana Over 20 Grams,,
Narcotic Equip-Possess
And or Use. 4/29/09
Zielinski, Joseph
John; Male; 21; 3233 Col-
lege Court, Gulf Breeze;
-Drive While Lic Susp Ha-
bitual Offender. 4/29/09


You deserve to hear all that life has to offer.
You will hear the difference when you visit the area's
most qualified and experienced professional. Helping
your family and friends hear AND understand since 1994

Hearing test and counseling
Hearing aid fittings & demonstrations
Titnnitus treatment for noises in the ear or head
Custom ear protection for hunting,
swimming &.musicians

Dr. John R. Carter, AuD
Board Certified Doctor of Audiology
SCall today and start hearing better!
ns 850-994-0942
ry



IS HEARING SOLUTIONS

4493 Woodbine Road, Pace, FL 32571
8; www.HearingSolutionsEC corn '


7viiloi; ifigz S&fcool


'Baccalaureate 2009

'Plac.. ": -A TS -iu7dih iiui


"lime '1, 200)-9
,".-00 '/--".[*


S
Vi~K
/ ,...,,


ALWAYS ONLINE
Find more local
coverage at
srpress
gazette.com.


I/lo i ic/a l~ 7ve-iba/l C'lciplai, i


Seiiior('I luect I. l ite~iuld~1llctit6:30() vilh ((/) apani goa(II


(850) 623-3122


Santa Rosa's Press Gazette I A3


Law Enforcement


Wednesdav. Mav 27. 2009


N


* ", *






A4 I Santa Rosa's Press Gazette


Local


NOTICE OF CHANGE OF LAND USE

AND INTENT TO CONSIDER AN ORDINANCE
The Santa Rosa County' Local Planning Board and Board of County Commissioners will conduct
public hearings to consider a change of land use and/or rezoning of land areas depicted on the
maps within this advertisement. The hearings are scheduled as follows:

Local Planning Board (tokconsider and make a recommendation on the proposals):
Thursday, June 11, 2009 at 6:00 p.m.

Board of County Comfmissiners (to consider adoption of the ordinance):
Tuesday, June 30, 2009 at 6:00 p.m.

Both meetings will be held.at the Santa Rosa County Administrative Center in the Board Meeting
Room, 6495 Caroline Ptreet, Milton, Florida. At the public hearings, the Local Planning Board and
Board of County-Commissioners shall consider the ordinance entitled:

AN ORDINANCE RELATING TO SANTA ROSA COUNTY, FLORIDA; AMENDING
ORDINANCE 91-24 AS AMENDED; AMENDING THE ZONING DISTRICTS AS
DEPICTED IN THE ATTACHED MAPS; APPROVING THE AMENDMENTS TO TH
OFFICIAL ZONING MAP OF THE LAND DEVELOPMENT CODE AS DEPICTED IN
THE ATTACHED MAPS; AMENDING ORDINANCE 2003-25; AMENDING THE
FUTURE LAND USE MAP OF THE SANTA ROSA COUNTY COMPREHENSIVE .
PLAN; CHANGING THE LAND USE CLASSIFICATIONS AS DEPICTED IN THE
ATTACHED MAPS, PROVIDING FOR CODIFICATION; AND PROVIDING FOR AN
EFFECTIVE De .

Zoning District Amended1: from Ag (Agriculture District) to M1 (Restricted Industrial District).
Future Land Use Dsition Amended: from Agriculture to Industrial total approximately 9.65:
(+/-) acres.


. Zoning District Amended: from R1 (Single Family Residential District) to HCD (Highway Com-
mercial Development District).
Future Land Use Desigpation Amended: from Single Family Residential to Commercial total
approximately 4.14 (+A/) acres.


Zoning District Amended: from Ag (Agriculture District) to M1 (Restricted Industrial District) -
total approximately 3.41 (+1-) acre.


Zoning District Amended. from R2 (Medium -Density Residential District) to HCD (Highway Comrn-,
mercial Develcpment District).
Future Land Use Desianation. Amended: from Medium Density Residential to Commercial total
approximately 1.79 (+/-) adres.


The proposed ordinance and' maps may be inspected by the public prior to the above scheduled
meetings at the Sanfa Rosa County Planning Department, 6051 Old Bagdad Highway, Milton,
Florida. Interested parties rhay appear at the meetings and- be heard with respect to this proposed
ordinance. All interested parties should take notice that if they decide to appeal any decision made
by the Santa Rosa County Board of County Commissioners with respect to any matter coming
before said Board at said meeting, it is their individual responsibility to insure that a record of pro-
ceedings they are appealing exists and for such purpose they will need to insure that a verbatim
record of the proceedings is made, which record shall include the testimony and the evidence
upon which their appeal is to be based.

Santa Rosa County adheres to the Americans with Disabilities Act and will make reasonable modi-
fications for access to this meeting upon request. Please call Santa Rosa County Planning, Zon-
ing and Development Division at (850) 981-7075 or (850) 939-1259 to make a request. For the
Hearing-Impaired, 1-800-955-8770 (Voice). Requests must be received at least 48 hours in
advance of the meeting in order to provide the requested service.


Wednesday, May 27, 2009


-R-W Pu I l lxw u W4


ELKS' CITIZEN OF THE YEAR














SUBMITTED PHOTO
Nancy Model, Santa Rosa County's
transportation planner receives the Milton
Elks Lodge #2377 as its Citizen of the Year
plaque from Ken Mabie, Exalted Ruler and
Bill Allen, "PER" Program Chairman for the
Operation Connect Veterans Transportation
program. Ms. Model assisted in writing the Elks
National Foundation Grand and is the county
representative on the Connect Vet committee.



Covenant Hospice offers

grief support group


Feelings of grief and
loss can be overwhelming.
For this reason, Covenant
Hospice will be offering
a five-week grief support
group from 10a.m. to 11:30
a.m. June 2 in Cantonment
at the Gonzalez United
Methodist Church Com-
munity Life Center Room
115, located at 2026 Pauline
St. Those who attend will
have the opportunity to ex-
plore their grief in a safe
and caring environment.
The support group be-
gins on June 2 and will run
for five Tuesdays through
July 7. The support group
is free but registration is
required. Light refresh-
ments will be served. To
register for this support


group, or for additional in-
formation, call Betsy De-
Bellis at 202-5930 ext. 1903.
Covenant Hospice is
a not-for-profit organiza-
tion dedicated to providing
comprehensive, compas-
sionate services to pa-
tients and loved ones dur-
ing times of life-limiting ill-
nesses. The focus of Cov-
enant Hospice is to enable
its patients to live as fully
and comfortably as pos-
sible, to provide dignified
palliative care, to assist
patients' loved ones in cop-
ing with end-of-life issues
and the eventual death of
the patient, and to improve
care for all patients at the
end of their lives by exam-
ple and education.


2nd Annual 'Go Fly Zone'

takes off with physics of

flight demonstrations

National Naval Aviation

Museum Saturday, May 30


Discover the magic of
flight at the 2nd Annual
"Go Fly Zone" event from
10 a.m.-2 p.m. on Satur-
day, May 30 at the National
Naval Aviation Museum.
Get into the "zone" with
model aircraft demonstra-
tions, live bird exhibitions,
a paper airplane-making
contest and more!.Visitors
will also have a chance to
climb inside a real F/A-18
Hornet cockpit, grab the
controls and imagine tak-
ing off towards the clouds
in the pilot's seat of the
same aircraft flown by
the prestigious Blue An-
.gels demonstration team.
Guests are encouraged to
bring cameras to capture
these special moments.
The National Flight
Academy team will be on
hand to demonstrate one of
their high-tech flight simu-
lator prototypes. Be one of
the first in the area to ex-
perience the excitement
and wonder of flight while
learning Science, Technol-
ogy, Engineering and Math
(STEM) principles.

The complete schedule
of events is as follows:
10 a.m.-Noon
Radio-Controlled Model
Aircraft Demonstrations
by Northwest Florida Mod-
elers, Inc. inside Blue An-
gels Atrium
Northwest Florida Mod-
elers, Inc. will perform a
model aircraft air show
with small radio-controlled
electric airplanes.
10 a.m.-1:30 p.m.
Just Plane Fun Paper
Airplane Crafting inside
Blue Angels Atrium
U.S. Air Force 2nd Lt.
Sean Wolf and Ken Black-
burn, Guinness World Re-
cord Holder for time aloft
for a paper airplane, will
instruct kids at airplane-


crafting stations on differ-
ent ways create their own
higb-flying paper airplane.
Blackburn holds the Guin-
ness Record for time aloft
for a paper airplane at 27.6
seconds and penned four
paper airplane books, "The
World Record Paper Air-
plane Book," "Kids' Paper
Airplane Book," "Pocket
Flyers" and "Aviation
Legends Paper Airplane
Book."
Noon and 1p.m.
Outta Sight Flight with
the Wildlife Sanctuary of
Northwest Florida Birds
inside Blue Angels Atrium
The Wildlife Sanctuary
of Northwest Florida will
present a different per-
spective on the mechanics
of flight with two 20-minute
discussions and exhibitions
of live birds from the sanc-
tuary, including a screech
owl, a great horned owl,
an American kestrel and
an albino turkey vulture
boasting an eight-foot
wingspan. The non-profit
organization works year-
round to provide care for
injured or orphaned indig-
enous wildlife.
1:30 p.m.
Just Plane Flm paper
airplane flying contest in-
side Blue Angels Atrium
You've crafted them,
now see if they can fly!
Kids of all ages are invited
to compete in a friendly pa-
per airplane competition,
judged by Guinness World
Record Holder, Ken Black-
burn. Prizes will be award-
ed for first-place finishers
in each age category.
Admission to the Muse-
um is free. For a complete
list of upcoming events at
the Museum, visit NavalA-
viationMuseum.org or call
the Naval Aviation Muse-
um Foundation at 850-453-
2389 or 800-327-5002.
Af-f ^ '''-^ ,' i^^ ./; '^;Ai+


P iC~ &


mq






Wednesday, May 27, 2009


Local


Santa Rosa's Press Gazette I AS


Injured Okaloosa deputy transferred for therapy


Robbyn Brooks
Freedom Newspapers
The Okaloosa County
deputy who suffered from
broken bones and internal
injuries after being pinned
inside his patrol car has
been moved so he can be-
gin physical therapy treat-
ments.
According to a news
release from the Okaloosa
County Sheriff's Office,
Deputy Randy Jointer,
60, was transferred from
Sacred Heart Hospital
to West Florida Regional
Hospital orn Tuesday.
Joiner was seriously
injured in a three-car ac-
cident on May 12 in Crest-
view.
Jay D. Harris, a 67-
year-old Eustis man, was
cited for violation of right-
of-way, according to a Flor-
ida Highway Patrol media
release.
Harris was northbound
on Old Hickory Road and
stopped for the stop sign at
Auburn, according to the
Florida Highway Patrol
media release. He was go-
ing to cross Auburn Road


Mediacom

to air 'Honor

Flight A Day

In The Life'
Communications Cor-
poration will honor Na-
tional Military Appre-
ciation Month by airing a
show reflecting the WWII
veterans who attended the
recent trip to Washington,
DC on April 29, 2009 from
the Florida area.
The show is entitled,
"Honor Flight-A Day In
The Life" and will be
shown on GCN, Channel
27 on May 19, 22, 26 and 29
at 7pm. In addition, this
program will be shown on
Video On Demand, Chan-
nel 1, MediacomLocal
24hrs/7days a week until
June 20, 2009.
i "This look inside the
day with the veterans re-
minds us of how impor-
tant it is to appreciate and
honor those who fought for
our country," said David
Services, Vice President.
Honor Flight Network
is a non-profit organiza-
tion created solely to hon-
or America's veterans for
all their sacrifices. They
are transported to Wash-
ington DC to visit and
reflect at their memori-
als alongside with their
guardians. The guardians
are there to make the trip
safe and memorable.
Mediacom Communica-
tions is the nation's eighth
largest cable television
company and one of the
leading cable operators
focused on serving the
smaller cities and towns
in the United States. Me-
diacom Communications
offers a wide array of
broadband products and
services, including tra-
ditional video services,
digital television, video-
on-demand, digital video
recorders, high-definition
television, and high-speed
data access and phone
service. More information
about Mediacom Commu-
nications can be accessed
on the Internet at: www.
mediacomcc.com.


ALWAYS ONLINE
Find more local
Coverage at
srpress
gazette.com.


while another vehicle was
in the intersection. Then
he changed his mind, the
release said.
Harris started going
forward, and then turned


Discount taken at register. Offer valid
5/29/09 6/7/09. See store for details.


left, striking the other car.
That car then crossed
the centerline and struck
Joiner's car.
Harris was not in-
jured, and friends drove


the other driver to North
Okaloosa Medical Center.
All involved were wearing
seatbelts and alcohol is
not believed to have been
a factor, the report said.


Not valid on previous sales, installation,
delivery fees, extended protection plans, water
heaters, select Fisher&Paykel' or Electrolux
items. Discount taken at register. Offer valid
5/29/09 6/7/09. See store for details.


Joiner was airlifted to
Pensacola.
Family members have
asked that media repre-
sentatives not contact
them at this time, but


i --U \- -




Discount taken at register. Offer valid
5/29/09 6/7/09. See store for details.


For the Lo e'_narstyo, _al _180 _93-41_ovsiuolie t



Details on our policies and services: Prices may vary after 6/7/09 if there are market variations. "Was" prices in this advertisement were in effect on 5/20/09 and may vary based on Lowe's Everyday Low Price policy. See
store for details regarding product warranties. We reserve the right to limit quantities. While Lowe's strives to be accurate, unintentional errors may occur. We reserve the right to correct any error. Prices and promotions apply
to Florida stores only, and are available while supplies last. 2009 by Lowe's All rights reserved. Lowe's' and the gable design are registered trademarks of LF, LLC. (6479)
001/6479/016.019


passed along through the
Sheriff's Office that Joiner
is making progress. He is,
however, expected to re-
main in Pensacola for an
extended period.


I m


1111.


'I '


ii

liii ,~::
'p.',iI~i,


ALL OTROYILT'

PORTABLE
GENERATORS GENERAL S
Discount taken at register. A
Offer valid 5/29/09 6/7/09. See store for details.


ALL INSTALLED
CENTURION STAND-BY main SPECIAL ORDER ATRIUM
GENERATORSal-in o
rebate SAFEHARBOR VINYL IMPACT
When installed through Lowe's. Discount taken W INDOW S
on applicable product only via mail-in rebate.
Product available through Special Order. Discount taken at time of order.
Offer valid 5/29/09 6/7/09. See store for details.. Offer valid 5/29/09 6/7/09. See store for details.


FLASHLIGHTS & ALL TARPS &
BATTERIES GAS CANS
Discount taken at register. Discount taken at register.
Offer valid 5/29/09 6/7/09. Offer valid 5/29/09 6/7/09.
See store for details. See store for details.


SPECIAL
VALUE!
now T-BKFOC-
was
$1697 was
18-Watt Twin-Tube
Fluorescent Lantern
#123789;300037;303050


SPECIAL
VALUE!
now
3297 was
$ $4997
NOAA Weather
Emergency Radio
#244582


GENERATOR
CORDS
Items #16634 or #68610.
Discount taken at register.
Offer valid 5/29/09 6/7/09.
See store for details.


TORM SHUTTERS & PANELS 1| nr A -_
IAII ADI r TUIlIPu nrmIA nnnrDn All I rp llm n nrl'


ALL o'EuI-L UKU :RU

IMPACT

PATIO DOORS
Discount taken at register. Ut A m/
Offer valid 5/29/09 6/7/09. See store for details.


SECURE DOOR
GARAGE
DOOR BRACE
AVAILABLE THROUGH
SPECIAL ORDER


ALL '
CARBON MONOXIDE ALL TIE-DOWNS
DETECTORS AND RATCHETS


Discount taken at register.
Offer valid 5/29/09 6/7/09.
See store for details.


Discount taken at register.
Offer valid 5/29/09 6/7/09.
See store for details.


SPECIAL
VALUE!
now
.i $946 was c ,
_/ $1054 each
I i l 15/32" x 4'x8' 3-Ply
i y Sheathing Plywood #12192
Pricing for commodity items may vary due to market conditions
we reserve the right to limit quantities.


~MILMDiLt IflfUUbflH brtIAL UIKUtK


W~~SO NO Vmw W FOR ENERGY STAR W


i I


i 10 1 :4





A6 I Santa Rosa's Press Gazette


Local


Wednesday, May 27, 2009


IE


-?I A


S nowara iwMary roung (Owners)
Office: 850-981-8434 Toll Free: 877-71-FLOOR
Fax: 850-981-8436
4430 Avalon Blvd. Milton, FL 32583






., ,,-.U









i'" : -On 7 % ,
1! W~t~fU9MS9f~y/SWH|N.


loon


~0~w






I~4~7


-1----
K.> --
~~iT~U
:7 4W~F~A~I
I I


'--I--- ---~~- I 4- --
- ~-t-- I---- -


-TI

di 76 160

LCo


.i-I K jI,7L ..
4-K-' ~LL
I I
I I
I I
~460i ~


~k

I


~I7f7ITfl
I I I
SI I -J




I -
I I
-~ ~m

- I ,



I


W 800W


Santa Rosa


Achieving Quality Inspiring Care


Come
0e In an emerge
to see a doct
Medical Cen'
process that
quickly.


* mo" mwo-C- S


6629 Elvafot ~~on fd


Visant Rosit www.srpressgazette.com for Breaet
Visit www.srpressgazette.com for Breakin


P .. .1 .. ,"


% F or I"





Wednesday, May 27, 2009 Local Santa Rosa's Press Gazette I AT


u Nrricne

g News!


Tracking Map
'W. T


70VW


rr v, - - - J L L < . , ^nP
t-f W0 -7
__ --- -- -2009
Hurricane
-i -- u I *HNames
Ana
... ---Bill
'Claudette'
Danny
. . .E.... E . .. ....rika -- D N
Fred
.-Grace
S i Henri
-- - -..-.-Ida --
SAi AN Joaquin
Kate
... ------------L- Kate ---r
__ ~Larry .
Mindy

Odette
..eter --
Rose
--------------Sam -
art ITeresa
Victor
Sr .Wanda




---------------------------------------------------------M!f^&le(8-----------






ANn on W
CARIBEAt SE i


\ \ ] i z 14N


Q.I
P"_Rim M II


fact:
,-nIV .operawmq

ESCAMBIA RIVER
9L9@TftI P ~ IV N


, ,,


Ivp P Y ,


1.877-OUT-EREC or 1-877-688-3732
? -, -,, M,, .+ ': - * *'*.- *' _, -


to our ER.


ncy. whether its an illness or injury, you deserve
or as quickly as possible. And at Santa Rosa
er; you will! We have a streamlined registration
allows our doctors and nurses to see patients


-- ______________________________---- ~ ~ S


S 0


Local


Wednesday, Ma'y 27, 2009


Santa Rosa's Press Gazette I A7


6W


AW


ow


iple










iSO I JN.-tI I ii. UJsdirL ess uazeu


Opinion


Wednesday, May 27,2009


OUR VIEW


John Hancock,


are you in the


county?

History repeats itself...over and over again.
If you don't believe us, let's study history, or at least
the history the ACLU will allow us to speak about.
In 1776, our fathers signed the Declaration of Inde-
pendence.
As they went up, one by one, they signed their names
. until one man walked up by the name of John Hancock.
When Hancock put his name on the piece of parch-
ment planned to be delivered to King George, ll, he
didn't need his glasses or a magnifying glass: he signed
it large.
Now let's fast forward to today.
There will be class presidents and other elected lead-
ers silenced during the upcoming graduations.
Why?
The ACLU has'put the fear of God in, school board
members and principals...lest someone end up using
the word "God" in a speech.
Did We miss the bus somewhere?
Isn't the ACLU for American Civil Liberties?
So shouldn't free speech be a civil liberty? Maybe
we missed the boat that took this faction to the land of
Winkin, Blinkin and Nod.
We are guaranteed the inalienable rights of life, lib-
erty, and the pursuit of happiness.
Apparently, it is the ACLU's 'Fright" to be a nuisance
with lawsuits, so shouldn't it be someone else's right to
say what they wish in a speech to their classmates? '
The school system did teach these students who
might want to thank God for surviving how ever many
years they have been in the school system.
We are talking about the First Amendment in the Bill
of Rights.
In civics, most were taught that Freedom of Speech
allows us the right to speak freely without censorship or
limitation.
Now we are not condoning anyone causing a panic
and allowing them to hide behind this amendment.
So the ACLU is now found out and revealed for what
it ip.
As we see it, people are allowed to say whatever they
want, as long as exercising that right doesn't infringe on
someone else's rights.
We're not talking about a teacher teaching a child
about God. We're merely talking about a young adult
getting ready to embark upon life and using the knowl-
edge they've gained to share with their peers.
So, if we allow someone or some group to censor a
graduate, what person or group will be next?
President Barrack Obama, during a television
speech? Governor Charlie Crist during a public appear-
ance?
Can we, as the majority, do something about this?
We fear the ACLU has finally gone too far in taking
the rights of these students away.
What if they do mention God? Community, morals
should always win. In our community, most would want
youngsters to mention God.
We think the ACLU should simply admit it can't con-
trol what people say in a public forum and allow these
young people their First Amendment rights. We won-
der: if some school refused to allow an Islamic student
to speak, lest he mention Allah, would the ACLU run to
this child's defense?
Of this, we have little doubt.


0%00

40


SCopyrighted Material *t-*

Syndicated Content! ;

Available from Commercial News Providers







(tnernnwnt hijakL h-alth canm


em- u mo-
4o- 4b




as-

Mom qb mp -
5lo- -dfmp -w -
ft 4 w m- -




4b msm 40o 5~t-

___ ---o5qm-

- -O


moo m -M
sub_
401
- m b w no
- -M MMW-A 50
4M S~f 4 *AN*W


4b 0 m


omos o-4 -mmm


- -moaf

q*I S40


OEM.mw -00 w


41b .mw
"Me -om 4- m




410 -- . 0 .4
WO00 A MO N


-am- 0 40
-b5um w o-
41M 4 ob
- 04m0
41W .4
- 5-ow
S o- 0o"
41 *bso


4 -a -at wo-m
M 410f
ma ndb










0- 40 p f

m ma 104


4n- m. -
-mol


1001a .
41 w41







- 1. -mm
- 'ft ft -4
- Sf U


40-


- d~llw M-

a- ai- w alo-
- m dw -
- d ow-



-4b am. .4


.,Iw 4 --.o


-- hm


4b- 4m
-b
a 41M.-


-b -,a-.m


5- -


_______Your VIEWPOINTS


ACLU spies
With regard to the cur-
rent contempt of court
charge by the ACLU against
an employee: In a former
letter I asked if there would
be ACLU spies skulking
around our campuses trying
to catch teachers discussing
religion with each other. I
would be interested to know
how the ACLU was informed
of Mrs. Winkles' husband's
prayer at a employee of the
year banquet.
Secondly, I thought the


ACLU wag only interested
in protecting students from
teachers' views on religion
That is what they always say
during their statements. A
recent quote claimed their
concern was that school of-
ficials should not "impose
their particular religious
beliefs on STUDENTS AI
SCHOOL." (Capitals add-
ed.) Were there any stu-
dents present at the employ-
ee of the year banquet?
The truth is that the
ACLU wants to restrict the
adult employees of Sante


SHAREYOUROPINIONS
We want you to share your views on the
above topic(s) or any topic with other
Santa Rosa's Press Gazette readers. Your
views are important, too.

Send ypur letters to:


LETTERS TO THE EDITOR
6629 Elva Street


Rosa County Schools from
the free practice of religion.
Apparently they have to
power to restrict even em-
ployee spouses from pray-
ing!
Unfortunately, the ACLU
believes Santa Rosa will not
create too much fuss about
its heavy handed demands.
They see us as a new cash
cow and will scrutinize our
every move looking for more
reasons to sue. Who will be
next?
Finally, the ACLU is up-
set because no one stopped
Mr. Winkles from saying a
prayer at the all adult, off
campus, after school hours
dinner. Perhaps someone
should have tackled him
during his prayer, taken him
to some type of arena, and
fed him to lions. I'm sure
the ACLU would not protest
as long as it was a Christian
that met this fate and not
an atheist, Muslim, or Bud-
dhist.
Melissa Anderson
SJay, Fla


Milton, FL 32570 Dear Editor,
As far as I am concerned,
Fax: (850) 623-9308 the ACLU is in someway A
Cult- Lucifer- Uses. Some
of the people who are a part
Letters may be edited for content for to fit the of this group got to be un-
available space. For a letter to be published, you American and from hell.
must sign your name and include your phone Because why else wouldn't
number and address so we may contact you for anybody want their children
verification, if necessary, to live a godly life? These
people are right out trying
to put our children in either
N .. A -


hell or jail by trying as hard
as they can to make the par-
ents raise up wayward chil-
dren.
If the people in this town
don't get behind our godly
teachers who want what is
best for the children, if you
want hell-raising kids, mur-
dering by abortion, boys rap-
ing boys, girls thinking they
can love another girl as a
lover, is satanic.
And this is what you can
expect when you let people
who don't care about the
souls of your children, tell
you that you don't have a
right to teach them of God.
I have already said children
don't need cell phones, but
some of you will go to hell for
your kid knowing they are
hard-headed as a goat. You
can't tell them nothing and
don't want anybody else to
tell them anything right.
They are the ones who
rob your medicine cabinet,
who are too young to drive,
and get girls pregnant, who
kill the baby or have to raise
the child alone. They don't go
to church anymore because
you stop going and you don't
think your kids do anything
wrong.
You better rethink your-
self because you will have
to stand before God one day
with the ACLU and tell him
Jesus died in vain.
Raymond Johns

Dear Editor,
"Methinks they doth pro-


test too much." Actually in
Hamlet, Shakespeare wrote
she instead of they, but they
fits the following better,and
besides, I would not want to
be called a misogynist.
Daily on weekdays at 8
a.m. on a local media outlet
and also at 4 p.m., you can
hear much weeping, wail-
ing, and gnashing of teeth
and moaning and groaning
about Obama.
These poor pitiful people
do not realize because they
are in self-denial / self-abne-
gation that they are a major
reason their party is in such
trouble.
How can this be? Reason
out the following:
What if "they" had read
the Patriot Act then read
the fourth and. fifth amend-
ments in the constitution
and raised cain with their
party because this act is
clearly unconstitutional?
What if "they" looked at
the invasion of a sovereign
country, Afghanistan, which
even now there is no proof
that this country had any-
thing to do with 9-11 and
then read Article One, Sec-
tion Eight, Paragraph Elev-
en of the Constitution and
again raised Cain because
this was unconstitutional?
What if "they" did exactly
the same by going along
with the big lies resulting
in the invasion of Iraq? Do
"they" believe in the consti-
tution when the other party
is in power?


What if "they" had raised
Cain about the NSA spying
on US citizens which hap-
pened?
What if they and their ilk
had raised Cain when the
Bush thugs picked up an
American citizen in Chicago
and has held him for years
without a charge, a real
judge, a real trial, in clear
violation of the fifth amend-
ment?
What if "they" had raised
Cain when the worldly God
Bush began spending their
children into bankruptcy
with now five trillion more
in debt?
Will they ever admit even
to just themselves that they
followed along like mindless
sheep and will be at least
partly to blame for Obama?
Do you really reap what
you sow?
W.O. Jones

Dear Editor,
After reading, the Santa
Rosa Press Gazette for the
first time in more than a doz-
en years, I got more county
news than the other two
county newspapers offer.
I should not have dropped
my subscription years ago.
I will not make that mistake
again.
It was wonderful to read
the page in Lifestyles with a
story and beautiful pictures
titled Jay Historical Soci-
ety's open house.
Noah H. Belew
Gulf Breeze


PSW I kjcul AO- .-


AR I Q"+ Rnca'c Pr,-Qc ('-n,7i-ItP


i


dim

Ift

w 161 fj





Wednesday, May 27, 2009


Kornerstone


Santa Rosa's Press Gazette I A9


Stephanie Leavins in

concert on Sunday
Stephanie Leavins will be in concert on Sunday, May
31, at 5 p.m. at New Bethel Baptist Church. It is located
at 10995 Chumuckla Highway, in Jay.
Pastor George Dunn would like to extend a warm
and friendly welcome to everyone for this special
service. For more information, call 675-4291 or 626-
0696.


Kornerstone BRIEFS


Monthly meeting for
the blind and
sight-impaired
The Pensacola Lutheran
Blind Mission will hold its
monthly meeting and- din-
ner for the blind and sight-
impaired at 5 p.m. Saturday,
May 30 at the Immanuel
Lutheran Church at 24 W
Wright Street in Pensacola.
The program will pres-
ent a colorful presentation
of the history of Memo-
rial Day, how it has changed
over the years, and how we
honor this day in the pres-
ent timbs: *
The Lutheran Blind
Mission is an organization
that provides social interac-
tion, life-skills support and
Christian fellowship for the
blind and sight-impaired of
all faiths. The driver for any
blind or sight-impaired-per-
son is welcome to enjoy our
dinner and the evening with
us. The meeting will be in


the Fellowship Hall and will
end at 7 p.m.
Please call Ann Siverly
for dinner reservations by
today, Wednesday the 27th
of May at 850-457-3039 or by
e-mail to annsivcrly@yahoo.
com. Information is avail-
able at any time about our
Mission.

Yard sale
Christ United Method-
ist Church Women will be
having a yard sale on Sat-
urday, May 30 from 8 a.m.
to 12 noon. The church is
located at 5983 Dogwood
Drive. For more informa-
tion, call Pam at 287-0648.

Summer camp
Kamp Karuso at West
Florida Baptist Church in
Milton will be from June 8
to August 7 for ages 3 to 12
years old. Call the church
at 623-9306 for more infor-
mation.


4: Ask the Preacher
S ...a weekly column answering your
questions with Biblical answers about life.

Dear Pastor Gallups, "Why do Christians wor-
ship on Sundays rather than the sabbath of
Saturday?" TL. Gulfbreeze
Dear T.L.
Mainly because we are CHRISTIANS and
not Old Testament, Orthadox Jews. The Old
Testament prophecies of the coming Messiah
and the ritualistic worship laws that pointed to
His coming were all fulfilled in Jesus. Jesus
himself said this... Sunday is the indisputable
day of Christian celebration of that fact and has
been since the early first century.
It is a fact that Jesus entered into Jerusalem
and was hailed as the Messiah by his disciples
on a Sunday. Jesus rose from the grave on a
Sunday. The church was born at Pentecost on
a Sunday (Pentacost ALWAYS falls on
Sunday). The first Christian sermon was
preached by Peter on a Sunday. The first con-
verts to Christianity after the birth of the church
was on a Sunday. The Holy Spirit was given on
a Sunday.
The gospels record that several of Jesus'
significant' appearances to his disciples after his
ressurection occurred on Sundays. Acts records
that the early Christians would often meet and
gather around the Word and take up offerings
for the poor on Sundays. Plus the apostle Paul
addressed this issue and settled it in scripture...
Colossians 2:16-17
16 Therefore do not let anyone judge you by
what you eat or drink, or with regard to a reli-
gious festival, a New Moon celebration or a
Sabbath day.
These are a shadow of the things that were
to come; the reality, however, is found in
Christ.
Sunday is the natural, historical and
Biblical day for Christians to set aside to wor-
ship together and celebrate our risen Lord.
Of course a true Christian practices "worship"
EVERYDAY of the week. I hope this answers s
your question.
Carl Gallups is the Pastor of Hickory Hammock Baptist Church. in Milton, He has a Bachelor of
Science degree from Florida State University, and a Master of Divinity from The New Orleans
Baptist Theological Seminary. He has been pastor of HHBC since 1987. He serves as an
International Youth Evangelist for the Southern Baptist Convention preaching all over the U.S. and
Canada. For more information about HHBC, call 623-8959 or 626-8951. fax: 623-0197.
If you have any questions for Ask The Preacher, send it to: Ask he Preacher, Hickory Hammock
Baptist Church, 8351 Hickory Hammock Road, Milton, Florida 32583-paid advertisement

*j~ai':ssvcmiiu~ s4~isaav,. o~e~a^ v.c';!"' -c . '4


Serving Escambia & Santa Rosa Counties
Licened,'Bonded/lnsured Lc n NKR3J21125'"
0. www.grannynannies.com
3BB
T-


wv Z


-e


Greater Vision to sing at Immanuel


Special to the Press Gazette

Since' 1990 Greater Vision'
has been inspiring audiences
everywhere with their rich vo-
cal blend. The have established
themselves at the pinnacle of
Christian music and are the
most awarded trio in the history
of Gospel music. Singing News
Magazine and Southern Gospel


Music association have both
named Greater Vision "Gospel
Music Favorite Trio". Addition-
ally, Rodney Griffin, has been
name "Songwriter of the Year"
for ten consecutive years, as well
as "Favorite Baritone". Gerald
Wolfe has been name "Favorite
Male Vocalist" seven times. This
year 2009 the Singing News
Magazine has announced the


nominees for the Fans Awards
and Greater Vision has received
nominations in eleven catego-
ries.
They are definitely the best of
the best and you do not want to
miss this opportunity to see and
hear them in person at Immanuel
Baptist Church, 4187 Hwy 90,
Pace, Florida on Friday, June 5
at 7 p.m. Love Offering only.
'


/'l l lt Ati ',L.. PC/. IlBC. IB.I
n [D BC-\B.\


I i,


Affordable Home Health Services
Highly qualified Personal Caregivers include CNAs and HHAs
available up to 24 hours a day/7 days a week
Bathing/Grooming/Toileting
RN Case Managers
Meal Preparation/Feeding Turning/Transfers r" 1n\
Medication Reminders Errands/Shopping lrallnv
Transportation To Dr. Appts. NANNI S
Long Term Care Insurance Accepted


995-0599

l/ r . Y' -


I THE HEARING DOCTOR

S"Tih l D., 1,., A di,/t .I r S, 'i' SIt Lm R .i Ci.tuirv) I,'i / l )l ,"


* Free Hearing Test
* Sales, Service and Repairs on all lakes and ,lodels


of Hearing .Aids
* ll Insurance.1 accepted


626-4327
Berr hill Medical Plaia 5937 Bern hill Rd.
Inside Dr. Vernal's Office


M EI f


Beat the Heat With the World's Best Workout!
In Just 30 Minutes Burn Up to 460 Calories.
1-2-3 Fit is a revolutionary new CO-ED and FAMILY neighborhood "n.: T., m,, .' A recent study by
the American Council on Exercise proved 1-2-3 Fit to be as or more effective hoan other means of .i.:.e e a''? .:r aerobics.



'eFiL

4616 Woodbine Road, Pace
(Storage Master Center)
850-9946468


Park Avenue

PHARMACY, Inc.



623-2222

5440 Dogwood Divee* Millon, FL 32570
IWinn Dme Shupping (enter)


" [he people vlou KNOW and TRUST wth your piwscfipfior


Tio lb.mmu FhmjvuC49"M6A32T ilr#JK [11,Aalm;


AM






Al 0 1 Santa Rosa's Press Gazette


Local


Wednesday, May 27, 2009


COUNSEL from page Al


that the violations include:
In preparation for the
February 20, 2009, Em-
ployee of the Year Banquet
at Sykes Banquet Hall on
Whiting Field (Naval Air
Station), District Adminis-
trator Jud Crane, Director
of Purchasingand Contract
Administrator, requested
that Ms. Winkler, an admin-
istrative assistant, offer a
"thought for the day" at the
event.
In light of the Court's
Order, Ms. Winkler asked
Mr. Crane if she would be
permitted "off the re-
cord" to offer a prayer.
Ms. Winkler explained that
she would like to offer the
prayer and "will suffer
whatever consequences
for" it. Id. at 8. While Mr.
Crane sympathized with
Ms. Winkler's position, af-
ter Mr. Crane checked with
- Defendant Superintendent,
Mr. Crane instructed her
that she would not be per-
mitted to offer a prayer.
Id. at 5-7. In response, Ms.
Winkler agreed to not offer


the prayer, but still present
the "thought of the day" be-
cause [they] are in a battle
and there are diverse ways
to fight it."
On information and
belief, at the Employee of
the Year Banquet, when
Ms. Winkler was to give her
"thought of the day," she ap-
peared with her husband,
who is not a School Board
employee, and explained
because she was not able
to offer a prayer, her hus-
band would offer one in her
stead. On information and
belief, thereafter, on Ms.
Winkler's prompting her
husband offered a prayer at
the school-sponsored event.
School District students
and faculty, the Superinten-,
dent, community members,
and one or more member
of the School Board were
present at the Employee-of-
the-Year Banquet. See Ex.
86-02 at 17. On information
and belief, no one either in-
terceded and stopped Ms.
Winkler or her husband or,
if this was not possible, ex-


plained immediately after
the prayer to the audience
(and to Ms. Winkler) that
the prayer -at the school
event was inappropriate,
violated the Court's order,
and will, not be accepted
within the School District.
In response to this fla-
grant violation, by memo-
randum dated March 10,
2009, Linda Novota, a su-
pervisor, explained that
Mr. Crane had informed
Ms. Winkler that "a prayer
could not be given either
by an employee or a non-
employee," Ms. Winkler
had no authority to have
her husband offer a prayer,
and that she should not do
so in the future. Ex. 86- 02
at 26. On information and
belief, Ms. Winkler refused
to acknowledge receipt
of the memorandum by
signing it. On information
and belief, Defendants
have taken no further ac-
tion and Ms. Winkler has
received no meaningful
discipline by Defendants
for her violation of this


08
'Ia
0g.,
.5. 0.
JO P
or


eWl'L
d


Court's order.
The complaint
leges other employ
the district have pot
violated the terms
previotis order.
"In an unrelal
cident one for
Plaintiffs are not cu
seeking contempt
continue to invest,
School District lea
likewise failed to p
remediate a violation
Court's order:"
During a sch
luncheon on Wed
January 28, 2009,
Dedication of th
Field House at Pac
School, Defendant
pal Frank Lay asked
ert Earl Freeman
High Athletic Dire
offer a, prayer to bl
food. See Ex. 86-02
("In a traditional
LMr. Lay] asked i
Director, Robert Fi
to bless the food
adults in attehdan
spectfully he respo
[Mr. Lay's] reque


Vitamins & Mine
Liquids,
Encapsulated & Bulk f
Speciality Orders


at 1. "Principal Frank Lay
also al- asked [Mr. Freeman] to
yees of give thanks f6r our lunch,
entially which [Mr. Freeman] did."
of the Id. at 2. "[Mr. Lay] asked
Robert Freeman to ask a
ted in- blessing on the food. [Mr.
which Lay] shared that [he is],
irrently and [was] at the date of
t, but this incident, aware of
gate the court injunction and
dership aware that this type of
properly action is not permissible
n of the under the injunction." Id.
at p. 3.).
ool-day Upon Mr. Lay's re-
nesday, quest, Mr. Freeman offered
at the a prayer at the event. Pace
e new High students and faculty
ce High and community members
Princi- were present at the Dedi-
ed Rob- cation of' the new Field
i, Pace House. In response to Mr.
ctor, to Lay asking Mr. Freeman
ess the to pray and Mr. Freeman
2 at 1-4 praying at a school event
manner on Jan. 28, 2009, Defendant
Athletic Superintendent instructed
freeman Mr. Lay and Mr. Freeman
for the to "avoid this type of ac-
ce. Re- tion as it not permitted or
nded to [sic] as per the attached
st." Id. injunction." Ex. 86-02 at 3-
4. Although the actions of
Mr. Lay and Mr. Freeman
appear to be in violation
of the court's preliminary
injunction, Defendant Su-
perintendent nevertheless
ends his "reprimand" by
thanking them "for [their]
leadership at Pace High
School." Id.
This second incident
and the leadership's re-
ess sponse evidence the con-
tinued practices within the
District. Counsel for the
Plaintiffs continues to in-
vestigate this matter and
the culpability of those in-
volved.
The ACLU attorneys
told the court that the
Counsel for the Plaintiffs is
investigating additional is-
sues, which are premature
to be brought to the Court's
immediate attention.
The -plaintiffs are ask-
ing the court to order the
following in regards to the
order filed:
(a) order Michelle Win-
rals kler to show cause why the
Court should not find her
Herbs in contempt of.the Court's
Order (DE 48) and require
s her to pay the Plaintiffs' at-
torney fees and costs asso-


ciated with the filing of this
motion, along with what-
ever other action the Court
deems appropriate;
(b) order the Defen-
dants to produce any other
records or communication
relating (1) the Winkler vio-
lation, (2) the apparent vio-
lation by Mr. Lay and Mr.
Freeman, and (3) any other
violation of the Court's Pre-
liminary Injunction Order
(DE 48);
(c) order the Defendants
to prohibit Ms. Winkler
from speaking generally
to the audience at a school
event until- such time that
she agrees, in writing, to
comply with the Court's or-
ders in this matter; and
(d) order the Defen-
dants, to identify all cir-
cumstances for the pe-
riod of January 19, 2009,
through June 1, 2009, in
which a prayer occurred
or occurs at a school-spon-
sored event or on school
grounds and explain why
these prayers do not vio-
late the Court's Order (DE
48) or the Consent Decree
and Order, if approved by
the Court.
The following is the actu-
al comment on compliance
listed in the complaint:
"Over the course of
the past month and one-
half, Plaintiffs' counsel
has conferred with the
Defendants' counsel in a
good faith effort to resolve
by agreement the issues
raised in this motion. In a
number of letters and tele-
phone calls, the parties
attempted to agree mutu-
ally on a proper course of
action to remediate these
past violations) so to en-
sure they are not repeat-
ed. Ultimately, the parties
could not agree on reme-
diation as an alternative
to this motion. The De-
fendants oppose the relief
sought."
Counsels for the plain-
tiffs are: Benjamin Steven-
son, Glenn Katon, Randall
Marshall, Maria Kayanan,
Daniel Mach, and Heather
Weaver.
Attempts to contact
Winkler and Liberty Coun-
sel were unsuccessful as
press time.


BAGDAD from page 10


Managers Special Thursday


q ; .... 0t *.M b no .r .. -0 i
.a 'm . . ., n *so


9:30 b:oo Monday Friday 9:30- 3:oo Saturday

FREE Monthly Educational Class
(Call to reserve a seat)


Professional Herbalist
Massage Therapy
Ionic Foot Bath
Far Infrared Hothouse
CHI Machine

Resident Professional Herbalist: Thomas Easley RH (AHG)
Massage Therapist: Tina Brito Stebbing
4430 Hwy. 90 Suite B
Pace, Florida 32571

e s **


Look for a special-issue
commemorative envelope
celebrating this occasion,
complete with appropriate
historical stamps ready to
be hand-canceled at the
Bagdad Post Office. You
can also enjoy authen-
tic Southern snacks be-
ing served on neighbor's
porches and re-enactment
Regiment wives will be
enjoying a ladies tea on
the sprawling porch of the
Thompson House.
Events begin with an
old-fashioned Market Day;
at the Bagdad Commu-
nity Center, 6860 Pooley St.
Signs will be posted giving
directions to the center, lo-
cated at the corner of Pooley


and School Streets. There
will be a fish fry, homemade
ice cream, baked goods,
arts and crafts, heritage
and vintage items, a cake
walk and more. Admission
is free, and the eveht runs
from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Bag-
dad is easily reached from
1-10, just east of Pensacola
or from Highway 90 in
downtown Milton.
For more information
on the historic marker un-
veiling and/or Market Day,
please call Pat D'Asaro, 850-
623-8493 or Robyn Baker,
BVPA vice president, at 850-
554-4669. You may also visit
the Bagdad Village Preser-
vation Association Web site
at www.bagdadvillage.org.


Gibson & Jarvis, P.A.
5412 Highway 90 Pace, FL 32571
(850) 995-8885
www.gibsonandjarvis.com


Bagdad Mini Warehouses
I and

RV Storage Inc.


MOVE-IN SPECIAL
(LIMITED TIME OFFER)


FF y- *NO DEPOSIT
*24 Hour Access *Moving Supplies,
*Fenced & Lighted *Outside Lot Spaces
Climate & Non-Climate Controlled

Outside lot spaces $29.95/mo for most vehicles


Open:
Mon.- Sat.
9am- Spm


4065 Garcon Point Rd.
Bagdad, FL 32583

850-626-5858


Open:
Mon. Sat.
9am-Spm


j'a ~. I


NOTICE OF PUBLIC MEETINGS
All Board of County Commissioner Meetings and other county department meetings are held at
the County Administrative Center. Commissioner's Board Room. 6495 Caroline Street, Milton.
Florida, unless otherwise indicated
Marine Advisory June 2 Cancelled
Zoning Board of Adjustments June 2 5:30 p.m.
Fie Dept. Executive Group June 2 6"30 p.m.
Enrngency Operanions Coenr. 4499 Pine Foiat Rod. MiRon
SRC Housing Coalition June 3 1:30 p.m
Cenrorerce Roo. 051 Old B, agdad H.. MIfon
Eglin Joint Land Use Study meeting June 4 6:00 p.m.
Blackwater Soil and Water Conservation, District Supervisors Board June 4 7:30 a m.
62o85 goodn Or,. Milon
Toulist Development North End Committee June 4 8:30 a.m.
Saiila Roaa County i.. iomt. i,'f C um e o5247 Siw1tl S1i, Mit-
Commission Committee June 8 9.00 a.m.
Naaorre Arhltecturael Advisory Board June 9 3.00 p.m.
Navarre Chamber of C,-rco. 8543 Navarre Parkway, Navarre
Tourist Development Soulh End Committee June i0o 900 a.m.
Visiors Corner, 8543 Navarre Parkway, Navarre
Building Codb Board of Adjustments June 10 2:30 prm.
Conference Room. 6i51 Old Bagdad Hwy.. Miltm
Commission Regular June 11 9:00 a.m.
Budget Workshop (Constitutional Officers) June 11 1:30 p.m.
Local Planning Board June 11 6:00 p m.
Team Santa Rosa EDC meeting June 15 11:30 a.m.
TEAM C rrdwtance Roon, 649tl CaCoon St. Miion
T..- June 17 3:00 pm.
Aviation Advisory Committee June 17 5:00 p.m.
Utility Board June 22 5.00 p.m.
Commission Committee June 22 Cancelled
Bagdad HIstorical Archjtectural Advisory Board June 24 8.30 a m.
Co.nerne Room, G51 IOld Ba.dad Hw Milto
Affordable Housing Advisory Committee June 24 3:00 p.m.
ConferM R-lmo. G1 Old Boo dn d H-nwy. Miion
Parks and Recreation June 24 5:30 p.m.
Commission Regular June 25 Cancelled
Commission Specia Rezoning Meeting June 30 6:00 p.m.
ae? 80" Ai03


ANF






The key to advertising succ




w-c



1-866-742-1373


www.florida-classifieds.com






Wednesday, May 27, 2009


Sports


Santa Rosa's Press Gazette I Al 1


Sports SIDELINE


City of Milton Youth Football Registra-
tion: The City of Milton youth football regis-
tration is underway for children ages 5-14 in-
terested in participating can register at the
Milton Community Center, register for foot-
ball Monday through Friday from noon to
8 p.m. Registration ends when teams are
full. The $95 participation fee includes: Gulf
Coast Youth Football Alliance registration,
end of the year trophy, game jersey (child
keeps), use of: shoulder pads, helmet, 7
piece pad set, mouth piece, game pants, a
jamboree and games. For more information,
visit www.cityofmniltonpr.nexo.com, call 850-
983-5466

East Milton Football Registration:
East Milton Youth Association's football reg-
istration is going on now for children ages
5-14. Registration fee is $95 per player and
includes registration with Gulf Coast Youth
Football -Alliance, game jersey, trophy, use
of: shoulder pads, helmet, game pants, 7
piece pad set & mouth piece. For more in-
formation contact Carl Wells @ 313-5440 or
983-8400 or visit us on the web at www.east-
miltonyouthsports.com

Tennis Across America Clinics: The fol-
lowing are the Free Annual Tennis Clinics
sponsored by the USPTA "Tennis Across.
America 2009:"
Saturday, May 30, 2009 -- Pensacola Ju-
nior College, Main Campus (Pensacola)
8:00 a.m. 10:00 a.ih. -- Children/Juniors
10:00 a.m. 12:00 Noon -- Adults/Seniors
Available Rackets on loan ... lots of ten-
nis balls to hit... light refreshments. FMn
tennis is on the courts. Please contact Mario
Alvarez, USPTA/USPTR, at 623-2911 for fur-
ther information.

2009/2010 Academy and Competi-
tive Soccer Programs: The Fitbol Club of
Santa Rosa will be conducting tryout and
registering players for the Academy Soc-
cer Program (U12 and younger) and Com-'
petitive 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 Competitive.
The Academy is a developmental 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 outgrown
the recreational or Academy programs and
are looking for a more challenging soccer
environment.
FCSR's goal is to develop each and every
players soccer skills, character, and self-es-
teem to his or her fullest potential in a safe,
enjoyable, competitive environment. We put
the development of each individual player
above winning. FCSR is built on the empha-
sis of the club as a whole not on any individ-
ual team. FCSR will focus on promoting the
very finest soccer education for its players
and coaches.
For more information contact Director
of Coaching, Louie Sahin at 850-686-0192 or
l.sahin@mchsi.com or visit our website at
www.fcsantarosa.com

Mullet Dinners: The Milton High School
basketball program will be selling fried mul-
let dinners on June 8. Dinners include mul-
let, slaw, baked beans, and dessert and are
available for $6. Food for this event is being
provided by Nichols Seafood. Meal delivery
is available. To place an order call 983-5600

2009 Summer Soccer Camps at FCSR:
Futbol Club of Santa Rosa announced the
dates of our hugely popular summer camp
programs. Director of Coaching, Louie Sa-
hin will conduct two summer camps at FC
Santa Rosa in 2009. The cost for each ses-
sion 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 follows: 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 exposure.
For more information, contact Louie Sa-
hin at 850-686-0192 or visit our website at
www.fcsantarosa.com

Milton Baseball Camp: The Milton Pan-

ers age 7-11 and the second camp will be for
players age 12-15. Each camp is designed to
teach the fundaments of baseball: hitting,
fielding, throwing, base running, and situ-
ational play. Camp instructors will include
the Milton High School baseball coaches and
players. The camp will run from June 8 to
June 11 and will be into two sessions 8 a.m. to
11 a.m. and noon to 3 p.m. Each camper will
receive a camp T-shirt and a personal video
of themselves hitting, fielding, and throwing.
For more information call 983-5600, ext. 143;

Volleyball tourney: Miracle Strip Vol-
leyball Academy in conjunction with USA
Volleyball's Gulf Coast Region will be host-
ing The 2-person Beach Series on June 13th
& 14th for Junior Girls and Boys. This year,
adult divisions will also be offered. The Age
groups for the Juniors are: 18 & Under, 16
& under, 14 & under, and 12 & under, with
Adults: Open, AA/A, and BB/B Co-Ed divi-
sions: Open/AA and A/BB. The Host site this
season will be the Boardwalk Beach Resort.


For Registration please contact the Gulf
Coast Region at: www.gulfcoastvolleyball.
org Click on Beach. Or email Robin Smith
(MSVA) at: msva_volleyball@hotmail.com.
Boosters and HS-Athletic check out the Gulf
Coast Region's incentives to bring in new
players. L
.. / .... .


FWC to beachgoers: Do not disturb nesting birds


During the Memorial Day holiday
weekend, the Florida Fish and Wild-
life Conservation Commission (FWC)
reminds beachgoers statewide to be
mindful of nesting birds. The eggs
and chicks of nesting birds are deli-
cate and susceptible to harm from dis-
turbances that cause adults to fly off
the nests.
"Just approaching a bird is enough to
flush it away from its nest," said Ricar-
do Zambrano, an FWC biologist. "When,
birds fly off their eggs, it exposes the
chicks to predators."
Injuries to unprotected eggs or


chicks can happen quickly, either from
predators or even from the intense
heat of direct sunlight.
Sun worshipers can help protect
the birds by moving parties, picnics or
fireworks away from nesting areas.
This time of year, a variety of pro-
tected birds nest on Florida's beach-
es, including terns, black skimmers,
snowy plovers and Wilson's plovers.
The FWC and other agencies
posted signs earlier this year around
many nesting areas on Florida's
beaches. These closed areas protect
nesting birds from unnecessary dis-


turbances and prevent humans from
stepping on their nests. All of these
species nest in the open and lay well-
camouflaged eggs directly on the sand,
making them nearly invisible to preda-
tors and to the untrained human eye.
"We need the public's help in pro-
tecting these spectacular birds while
enjoying the beach," Zambrano said.
"Beach-nesting birds are part of Flori-
da's unique natural heritage."
For more information on nesting
shorebirds, go to MyFWC.com/CON-
SERVATION/ConservationYou Liv-
ing w_Wildlife_shorebirds.htm.


Fish and Wildlife REPORT


This report represents some events
the FWC Northwest Division handled
from May 15 to May 21; however, it does
not include all actions taken by the Divi-
sion of Law Enforcement.

ESCAMBIA COUNTY
Officer David Jernigan was on en-
hanced patrol when he observed a sub-
ject at the Pipes Recreation Area in pos-
session of alcoholic beverages. The 18-
year-old man appeared intoxicated and
admitted to having consumed several
beers. He was given a notice to appear
for possession of alcoholic beverages by a
person under the age of 21.

ESCAMBIA COUNTY COPS
Officers Keith Clark and Steve
Hoomes assisted with the annual Three
Mile Bridge swim. This year, approxi-
mately 175 swimmers swam three miles
across the Pensacola Bay. Officers Clark
and Hoomes provided high visible patrol
as they escorted swimmers across the
three-mile expanse.

Officers Fred Rondeau and Gary
Ridaught assisted with the Annual Kids
Fishing Clinic on Palafox Pier in Pen-
sacola. Approximately 1,000 kids partici-
pated in this year's event.

SANTA ROSA COUNTY
A man was arrested on a felony war-
rant for giving an officer a false name
which affects another. Officer David
Jernigan filed the warrant with the
Clerk's Office earlier this month, a year
after first meeting the man while on pa-
trol on the Blackwater River. Officers
Jernigan and Joe Murphy were on patrol
in April of 2008 when they observed a man
operating a paddleboat and fishing. The
subject did not have a fishing license and
was cited for the violation. A month or
so later, Officer Jernigan was contacted
regarding a man who was arrested for
failing to appear. The information on his
citation was that of another man whom
the suspect knew quite well. This man
provided information to Officer Jernigan


that led him to the suspect. After a com-
puter check and follow-up investigation,
Officer Jernigan confirmed the man's
true identity. Approximately a year lat-
er, Officer Jernigan observed the same
man in the same paddleboat. When con-
fronted, the man all but admitted giving
Officer Jernigan the false information.
Officer Jernigan obtained a felony war-
rant for the charge of giving an officer a
false name which affects another, a much
more serious charge than fishing without
a license.

SANTA ROSA COUNTY COPS
Officer Andy Maltais spoke to 65 heli-
copter pilots in training at Whiting Field
in Milton. Officer Maltais spoke .mostly
on boating safety and answered numer-
ous related questions.

Officer Sarah Manning spoke to ap-
proximately 100 fifth graders at Gulf
Breeze Elementary School. Officer Man-
ning demonstrated K9 Sadie's tracking
skills and answered- many questions.

OKALOOSA COUNTY
Officer Steve Bartlett organized a tar-
get' enforcement detail to inspect com-
mercial shrimp boats on Choctawhatchee
Bay. The detail resulted in warnings be-
ing issued for two illegal size nets. While
traveling home after the detail, Officer
Bartlett observed a vehicle swerving
in a careless manner.. The vehicle was
stopped and the driver displayed signs
of impairment. Field sobriety tasks con-
firmed the driver was impaired. He was
placed under arrest and transported to
the Okaloosa County Jail. Once at the jail,
the driver agreed to a breath test. The
breath test revealed a .170 breath alcohol
content. The subject was booked into the
Okaloosa County Jail and charged with
operating a vehicle while under the influ-
ence of alcohol.

Officer Matt Webb conducted a fish-
ery inspection on a vessel in Destin Pass.
The inspection revealed a daily bag limit
violation of king mackerel. The captain of


the vessel was cited for the over the bag
limit violation.

Officers Steve Bartlett and Matt
Webb checked three subjects fishing on
the Destin Pass Jetties. Two of the sub-
jects were in possession of illegal size
red drum. A computer check revealed
one of the fishermen had an outstanding
warrant from Escambia County for child
abuse. Both subjects were issued a cita-
tion for possession of oversize red drum.
The subject with the active warrant was
taken into custody and booked into the
Okaloosa County Jail.

Officer Matt Webb completed a der-
elict vessel investigation which resulted
in the owner being charged after he failed
to comply with a warning and remove the
vessel.

OKALOOSA COUNTY COPS
Officers Steve Hoomes and Ben Pine-
da spoke to approximately 80 .first grade
students from Baker Elementary School
at the Blackwater Hatchery. Each year
the hatchery hosts an event where sev-
eral divisions of FWC come together to
provide the first graders an up close look
at the various aspects of fish and wildlife
conservation. The students were able to
ask questions and see various equipment
that FWC officers use in their daily pa-
trols. The event was a huge success due
to the cooperation of all involved.

Captain Mary Sumner and Lieuten-
ants Mark Hollinhead and Doug Berry-
man attended a Memorial Ceremony for
fallen Law Enforcement officers hosted
by the U.S. Air Force's Security Forces
and Office of Special Investigations. Rep-
resentatives from federal, state, and local
law enforcement also attended.

Lieutenant Mark Hollinhead and Of-
ficer Matt Webb checked the condition of
all the Idle Speed/ No Wake signs in Oka-
loosa County with a county public works
employee. Numerous damaged signs
were documented for repair and replace-
ment.


Tide REPORT


PENSACOLA BAY

Thursday, May 28, 2009
1:02 a.m. CDT Low tide -0.57 Feet
5:48 a.m. CDT Sunrise
10:04 a.m. CDT Moonrise
2:16 p.m. CDT High tide 1.80 Feet
7:44 p.m. CDT Sunset
11:58 p.m, CDT Moonset

Friday, May 29, 2009.
1:41 a.m. CDT Low tide -0.38 Feet
5:48 a.m. CDT Sunrise
11:13 a.m. CDT Moonrise
3:01 p.m. CDT High tide 1.52 Feet
7:44 p.m. CDT Sunset

Saturday, May 30, 2009
12:35 a.m. CDT Moonset
2:00 a.m. CDT Low tide -0:11 Feet
5:47 a.m. CDT Sunrise
12:18 p.m. CDT Moonrise
3:40 p.m. CDT High tide 1.16 Feet
7:45 p.m. CDT Sunset
10:23 p.m. CDT 1st Quarter moon

Sunday, May 31, 2009
1:09 a.m. CDT Moonset
1:53 a.m. CDT Low tide 0.20 Feet
5:47 a.m. CDT Sunrise
10:57 a.m. CDT High tide 0.82 Feet
1:20 p.m. CDT Moonrise
7:45 p.m. CDT Sunset

EAST BAY

Thursday, May 28, 2009
2:20 a.m. CDT Low tide -0.68 Feet
5:47 a.m. CDT Sunrise'
10:03 a.m. CDT Moonrise
2:59 p.m. CDT High tide 2.16 Feet
7:43 p.m. CDT Sunset
11:57 p.m. CDT Moonset

Friday, May 29, 2009


2:57 a.m. CDT Low tide -0.46 Feet
5:46 a.m. CDT Sunrise
11:11 a.m. CDT Moonrise
3:46 p.m. CDT High tide 1.82 Feet
7:43 p.m. CDT Sunset

Saturday, May 30, 2009
12:34 a.m. CDT Moonset
3:18 a.m. CDT Low tide -0.13 Feet
5:46 a.m. CDT Sunrise
12:16 p.m. CDT Moonrise
4:25 p.m. CDT High tide 1.39 Feet
7:44 p.m. CDT Sunset
10:23 p.m. CDT 1st Quarter moon

Sunday, May 31, 2009
1:07 a.m. CDT Moonset
3:09 a.m. CDT Low tide 0.24 Feet
5:46 a.m. CDT Sunrise
11:40 a.m. CDT High tide 0.98 Feet
1:19 p.m. CDT Moonrise
7:44 p.m. CDT Sunset

BLACKWATER RIVER

Thursday, May 28, 2009
2:50 a.m. CDT Low tide -0.68 Feet
5:47 a.m. CDT Sunrise
10:03 a.m. CDT Moonrise
3:55 p.m. CDT High tide 2.16 Feet
7:43 p.m. CDT Sunset
11:58 p.m. CDT Moonset

Friday, May 29, 2009
3:27 a.m. CDT Low tide -0.46 Feet
5:46 a.m. CDT Sunrise
11:12 a.m. CDT Moonrise
4:42 p.m. CDT High tide 1.82 Feet
7:44 p.m. CDT Sunset

Saturday, May 30, 2009
12:35 a.m. CDT Moonset
3:48 a.m. CDT Low tide -0.13 Feet
5:46 a.m. CDT Sunrise
12:17 p.m. CDT Moonrise
5:21 p.m. CDT High tide 1.39 Feet


7:45 p.m. CDT Sunset
10:23 p.m. CDT 1st Quarter moon

Sunday, May 31, 2009
1:08 a.m. CDT Moonset
3:39 a.m. CDT Low tide 0.24 Feet
5:46 a.m. CDT Sunrise
12:36 p.m. CDT High tide 0.98 Feet
1:19 p.m. CDT Moonrise
7:45 p.m. CDT Sunset

NAVARRE BEACH

Thursday, May 28, 2009
5:46 a.m. CDT Sunrise
10:03 a.m. CDT Moonrise
11:25 a.m. CDT High tide 1.76 Feet
7:42 p.m. CDT Sunset
11:26 p.m. CDT Low tide -0.13 Feet
11:57 p.m. CDT Moonset

Friday, May 29, 2009
5:46 a.m. CDT Sunrise
11:11 a.m. CDT Moonrise
12:04 p.m. CDT High tide 1.53 Feet
7:43 p.m. CDT Sunset
11:41 p.m. CDT Low tide 0.14 Feet

Saturday, May 30, 2009
12:34 a.m. CDT Moonset
5:46 a.m. CDT Sunrise
12:16 p.m. CDT Moonrise
12:31 p.m. CDT High tide 1.26 Feet
7:43 p.m. CDT Sunset
10:23 p.m. CDT 1st Quarter moon
10:34 p.m. CDT Low tide 0.40 Feet

Sunday, May 31, 2009
1:07 a.m. CDT Moonset
5:46 a.m. CDT Sunrise
7:38 a.m. CDT High tide 0.90 Feet
8:49 a.m. CDT Low tide 0.90 Feet
12:31 p.m. CDT High tide 0.96 Feet
1:18 p.m. CDT Moonrise
7:44 p.m. CDT Sunset
10:12 p.m. CDT Low tide 0.56 Feet


*


- If - --
















Wednesday, May 27, 2009


SPORTS


www. srpres sgazett e. corn


Sports BRIEFS

Milton's Bodenstein takes
tour win at Seascape
By BILL GAMBLING
sports @ srpressgazette.com

Milton's Fisher Bodenstein took top hon-
ors in his age group and even outdistanced
himself from the older boys in the Emerald
Coast Junior Golf Tour back on May 17.
Bodenstein won the tournament by card-
ing a 71 overall, which was three strokes bet-
ter than his closest competitor in the Boy's
14-15 White Tee Division.
It was also three shots better than the
Boy's 16-18 Gold Tee Division which was won
by Avery Helms.
Bodenstein went out shooting a 36, which
was good enough for second place overall
and one stroke behind Trey Aguire, but on
the back nine Bodenstein took charge as
Aguire faltered.
The Milton sophomore played the back
nine in 35, while Aguire carded a whopping
39 to finish in a tie with Taylor Murphy at 74.
Those three players were in a league unto
their own as the next best score in their age
group was 78 posted by Clayton Vannoy, Joe
Stepnes, and Devin Partridge.
The next event in the Emerald Coast
Junior Golf Tour will be June 7 at Emerald
Bay
Following the event at Emerald Bay the
tour will have their first two day event of
the year with the 22nd annual Rocky Bayou
Junior Classic Golf Tournament June 18
and 19.


Beach themed suite wins
Design on a Dime contest
The Pelicans first-ever Suite IDesign on a
Dime Contest was a huge success with the
winner being announced today. Katie Denny
and her design team were the winners for
their re-design of a Pelicans suite at Pelican
Park.
Pelicans season ticket holders were the
judges of the suites, voting for which design
they liked the most during the Pelicans first
home stand May 14-17.
Denny's design featured a beach look
and feel to it that can only be experienced in
beautiful Pensacola, FL. Complete with pas-
tel colors and paint, beach flag warning sign,
sea shells, and beach wall d6cor, the only
thing missing is the sand and ocean.
Three different groups each took on one
suite located down the right field line. Suite
one was redone to resemble a local naval
aviators hangout complete with a wall mu-
ral, photos of pilot training squadrons, and a
tribute to NAS Whiting Field. Suite two fea-
tured a more upscale design with an Asian
influence that included plants, incense, and
lighting.
The winning suite design team wins a
free catered suite rental for 25 people to a
future Pelicans game. The other two teams
will also receive.a night in the suite for their
hard work and creativity.
Several dates are still available for com-
panies to reserve the suites for a Pelicans
game. The suites area ideal venues for
company parties, family reunions, birthday
parties, or customer/employee appreciation
parties.

UWF ranks first among
active GSC schools with
50 championships
The University of West Florida claimed
five Gulf South Conference championships
in 2008-09, marking the program's 50th con-
ference title across all sports. Former GSC
member Troy leads with 58 championships,
and UWF is the active leader at 50.
"We've been in the conference for 15 years,
and it's an amazing accomplishment to win
50 GSC titles over that span," said UWF Ath-
letic Director Dave Scott. "It's a credit to the
work that our coaches and staff have done in
building this into a premier Division II pro-
gram. It also shows the excellent work that
(former Athletic Director) Richard Berg did
in guiding us in the transition from the NAIA
to NCAA Division II."
In the fall, the Argonauts won GSC titles
in men's soccer, women's soccer, and volley-
ball, and they added two more in the spring
with women's golf and women's tennis. UWF
leads all active GSC members with 26 men's
championships and 24 women's champion-
ships despite joining the conference more
than 20 years after its inaugural season in
1971-72.
Of Troy's 58 GSC titles, 50 of them came
on the men's side, highlighted by a record
16 cross country titles and 13 golf titles.
West Florida ranks second at 50, and they
have more championships than any other
school in women's golf (four), men's soccer
(six), women's soccer (five) and women's
tennis (10).
The Argonauts' East Division rival North
Alabama ranks third overall and second
among active schools at 44, thanks in part to
its dominance in volleyball (16 GSC titles).
Current member Delta State and former
member Jacksonville State are tied for


fourth at 40 championships each.


PSB Awards for baseball and softball announced


By BILL GAMBLING
sports@srpressgazette.com

The Panhandle Sports Broadcasting an-
nounced their All-Area teams for softball
and baseball which will be honored tonight at
Beef'O'Bradys in Pace.
Several area players were honored and will
be recognized with the boys ceremony being
held at 5:30 p.m. and the girls to be honored
at 8 p.m.
Taking one of the top honors from the area
was Pace's C.T. Bradford who will receive the
Pensacola Pelicans' MVP Award.
Joining Bradford on the All-Area first team
will be Pace's Logan Fiasco and Addison Rus-
sell; Milton's Tad Reynolds and Devon Whit-
bey; along with Jay's Stephen Brabham and
Rush Hendricks.
Sharing the boy's coaches, of the year hon-
ors are Catholic's Richard LaBounty and
Gulf Breeze's Randy Renfroe. Both coaches
guided their team to regional final spots and
each were one win away from a birth in the
-final four.
On the girls side, Milton's Caleigh Dri-
kard took Outfielder of the Year honors, while
Pace's Victoria East was named the Offensive
Player of the Year.
Making the first team squad lQ.cally were
Pace's Michelle Hummel and East; Milton's
Caleigh Drinkard and Alyssa Larson; and
Jay's Tessa Hendricks.
In softball the Coach of the Year honors
were shared by Melinda Wyatt of Tate and
Sean Tomey of Gulf Breeze.
"We are very proud to honor so many fine
young athletes in the area," said Bill Brownell,
President of Panhandle Sports Broadcasting.
"This year has seen an outstanding season in
baseball and softball and it is only fitting to
honor these fine young players, some of which
we will continue to see play at the next level."


PSB AWARDS


PSB Co-Coaches of the Year:
Richard LaBounty, Catholic; .
Randy Renfroe, Gulf Breeze
Pensacola Pelicans MVP:C.T.
Bradford, Pace
PSB Pitcher of the Year: Wes
Mugarian, Catholic
PSB Infielder of the Year:
Kevin Jackson Tate
PSB Outfielder of the Year:
Austin Farrell Catholic
Waffle House Offensive
Player of the Year:
Joyce Boyd, Tate
1st Team Infielders: Jayce
Boyd, Tate; Logan Fiasco, Pace;
Kevin Jackson, Tate; Tad Reynolds,
Milton; Addison Russell, Pace;
Austen Smith, Catholic
Outfielders: C.T. Bradford,
Pace; Corey Downs, Gulf Breeze;
Austin Farrell, Catholic; Devon
Whitbey, Milton
Pitchers: Stephen Brabham, Jay;
Brett Lee, West Florida; Ben Lively,
Gulf Breeze; Wes Mugarian,
Catholic
Utility: Rush Hendricks, Jay
Designated Hitter: Wade
Wass, Catholic
2nd Team Infielders: Brandon
Allen, Milton; Alex Bast, Catholic;
Robbie Jernigan, Pine Forest; Tyler
Johnson, Milton; Austin Potts, Tate;
Roy Moulder, Milton; Josh Pyeatt,
Navarre
Outfielders: Remy Gantt, West
Florida; Mitchell Myers, Tate, Ryan
Parazine, Pace; Stephen Robbins,
Gulf Breeze
Pitchers: Cody Ailing, Catholic;
Josh Fein, West Florida; B.G.
Hill,Navarre; Zach Potter, Pace
Utility: Josh Branstetter, Wine


Forest
Designated Hitter: Kris
Desposito, Pace
3rd Team Infielders: Jayce
Gandy, Jay; Cameron Helms,
Pine Forest; Zach Magaha,
Washington; Mikey McMillion,
Milton; Chance Peterson, West
Florida; John-Soutullo, Pace
Outfielders: Matt Brewer,
Navarre; David Casey, Pace; Lee
Hunter, Tate; Garrett Lowry, Jay
Pitchers: Alex Ball, Gulf
Breeze; Craig Brown, Pace; Sean
O'Donovan, Pine Forest; David
Thompson, Catholic
Utility: Brad Foster, Northview
Designated Hitter: Austin
Worley, Milton
Honorable Mention: Robin
Hoffpauir, Gulf Breeze; Kris
Matsoukas, Gulf Breeze;
Ethan Powell, Milton; Jeremy
Barnes, Milton; Hunter Boutwell,
Jay; Jared Smith, Jay; Adam
Hamilton, Navarre; Alex Grigsby,
Navarre; Josh Reeves, Pace;
Wendall Cooley, Central; Hunter
Phillips, Central; Tino Benjamin,
Tate; Cameron Hooper, Tate;
Chris Laconte, -Escambia; Brittian
Cantrell, Escambia; Michael
Rizzo, Pensacola; Laderick Black,
Pensacola; Tommy Braddock,
Pine Forest; Chris Harwell,
Pine Forest; Joe Franzone,
Washington; Kyle Kennedy;
Washington; Kenny Harrison,
West Florida; Josh Benavente,
West Florida; Stuart Todd,
Catholic; Blake Quillin, Catholic;
James "Scooter" Hamilton,
Northview; Brad Lowrey,
Northview ,


PSB Co-Coaches of the Year:
Melinda Wyatt, Tate; Sean Tomey,
Gulf Breeze
Barbara Fields at Coldwell
Banker United MVP: Megan
Johnson, Tate
PSB Pitcher of the Year:
Brittany Linton, Escambia
PSB Infielder of the Year:
Nikki Wilfong, Escambia
PSB Outfielder of the Year:
Caleigh Drinkard, Milton
Dan's Satellite Offensive
Player of the Year: Victoria
East, Pace
1st Team Infielders: Jasmine
Crenshaw, Tale; Adrian
Culpepper, Gulf Breeze; Kristen
Golightly, Tate; Michelle Hummel,
Pace; Angelina Malamo,
Washington; Nikki Wilfong,
Escambia
Outfielders: Jennifer Bennett,
Navarre; Caleigh Drinkard,
Milton; Shelby Myers, Tate;
Danielle McCastle, Escambia
Pitchers: Megan Johnson, Tate;
Alyssa Larson, Milton; Brittany
Linton, Escambia; Alison Milam,
Gulf Breeze
Flex: Victoria East, Pace
Designated Player: Tessa
Hendricks, Jay
2nd Team Infielders:
Rose Atkinson, Gulf Breeze;
Maleah McCombs, Tate; Kaitlyn
Melendez, Milton; Lauren Noski,
.West Florida;
Brittany Peters, Escambia; Shauna
Vickers, Milton
Outfielders: Shelby Brooks,
Pace; Jade Horning, Milton;
Athley Peters, Escambia; Emily
Pettigrew, Navarre A


Pitchers: Kara Brown, Gulf
Breeze; Hannah Cutwright, Pace;
Bri Risner, Navarre; Katie Worley,
Milton
Flex: Joy Gandy, Jay
Designated Player: Paige
Cavalier, Washington
3rd Team Infielders: M.C.
Bell, Catholic; Chandler Bridges,
Navarre; Sarah Dunaway, Tate;
Daysha Enfinger, Central; Rachel
Gillis, Milton; Deannette Zuniga,
Gulf Breeze
Outfielders: Brittany Faircloth,
Tate; Kellie Krueger, Gulf Breeze;
Anndrea Marsh, Gulf Breeze;
Amber Steadham, Jay
Pitchers: Miranda Burkett,
Northview; Amanda Diamond
, West Florida; Michelle Phelps,
Pace;
Maggie Swinford, Washington

Flex: Ashton Melvin, Central
Designated Player: Jessica
Ujvari, Pace
Honorable Mention: Claire
Koontz, Gulf Breeze; Lindsey
Wright, Gulf Breeze; Bailey
Dowdle, Pace; Melea Clark, Pace;
Shelby O'Brien, Navarre;
Kelly Hayes, Navarre; Chelsea
Switzerlet, Milton; Chelsea
Hicks, Milton; Chelsea Reaves.
Washington; Johanna Barrientos,
Washington; Kim Hardin, West
Florida; Susan Yeskis, West
Florida; Christine VanLeeuwen,
Pensacola; Kori Powell,
Pensacola; Amber Wells, Catholic;
Sunny Harris, Catholic; Haley
Ball, Escambia; Brittany McCastle,
Escambia; Kayla Gunderson, Pine
Forest; Britany Magilke, Tate;
Shawno MontgAmery, Northview
4


A
Section


Page 12










LIFESTYLE


Wednesday, May 27, 2009


www. srpressgazette com


PHOTOS BY BILL GAMBLING I Press Gazette
The Santa Rosa County Chamber of Commerce (top), the Pace Chamber of Commerce4middle left), the Gulf Breeze Chamber of Commerce
(middle, center) and the Jay Chamber of Commerce (middle, right) held their ribbon cutting to mark the official opening of the United Way of
Santa Rosa County at its new location on Highway 90 in Milton next to McDonalds. At bottom left, Pam Pollard with the UPS Store socializes
during the open house to mark the official opening of the United Way's new office in Milton to serve Santa Rosa County. At bottom center, Rox-
anne Meiss with United Bank talks with Lloyd Hinote and his assistant with the Pace Chamber of Commerce. At bottom right, TEAM Santa Rosa
Executive Director Ed Gray listens intently to some of the conversations going on during a reception Thursday.


holds ri



holds ri


of Santa Rosa County

bbon cutting cere


V- J>



/7


. money


United Way HONORS
United Way of Santa Rosa County held a ribbon cutting to mark the opening of their new offices on Highway 90 in the former motorcycle shop location in
Milton. Since Hurricane Ivan, United Way of Santa Rosa County has moved to a couple of locations until this project was complete. During the celebration
the United Way took the time to honor organizations with the following awards:


The Big Heart
Awards 2008
Large Business
Publix Supermarkets -
including Team 896
In appreciation of all associates who
prove that Publix truly represents
what it means to LIVE UNITED.
Large Business
Publix Supermarkets -
including Team 1189
In appreciation of all associates who
. prove that Publix truly represents
what it means to LIVE UNITED.
Large Business
Publix Supermarkets -
including Team 1225
In appreciation of all associates who
prove that Publix truly represents
what it means to LIVE UNITED.
Medium Business
Target Store
In appreciation of your exceptional
enthusiasm and support of United
Way of Santa Rosa County in 2008.


Small Business
Santa Rosa County Property
Appraiser's Office in appreciation
of your exceptional enthusiasm
and support of United Way of Santa
Rosa County in 2008.

Spotlight
Awards
Partner of the Year 2008
Gulf Power Company
In appreciation of your continued
enthusiasm and involvement in the
Annual Campaign, Day of Caring,
Fishin' With A Mission, and so
much more!
Volunteer of the Year 2008
Dianne Presley
In appreciation of your continued
commitment to United Way of
Santa Rosa County
through participation in and
promotion of the Annual Campaign
as a Loaned Executive,
Cram the Van, Fishin' With A
Mission, and so much more!


Rising Star Awards
Re"New"ed Partner of the Year
2008
L-3 Communications Vertex
Aerospace
In appreciation for your revived
spirit and efforts on behalf of United
Way of Santa Rosa County.
New Volunteer of the Year 2008
Jan Vann
In appreciation for the spirit you
bring as you represent United Way
of Santa Rosa County as a Loaned
Executive and your personal
commitment to LIVE UNITED.

Perpetual Trophies
United Way of Santa Rosa County
Change for Change Overall
Champion
Plate: 2008- $872.00
Woodlawn Beach Middle School
United Way of Santa Rosa County
Shoot for the Stars Award
(Highest Percent Increase from


Previous Year)
Plate: 2008 295%
Hobbs Middle School
United Way of Santa Rosa County
Heart for Giving Award
(Highest School Participation)
Plate: 2008 65%
T.R. Jackson Pre-K Center
United Way of Santa Rosa County
Tip the Scales Award
(Highest Dollar Increase from
Previous Year)
Plate: 2008 + $1,364.00
Milton High School

Top Campaigns
of 2008-09
#1 Publix Supermarkets
#2 Gulf Power Company
#3 Santa Rosa County
School District
#4 AT&T
#5 UPS


Also honored was former President of the United Way Board of Directors Randy Brown from 2006 to 2008 in sincere appreciation of your dedication and
service to United Way of Santa Rosa County.


-1 11 1


B
Section


Page 1


1 -




Wednesday, May 27, 2009


B2 I Santa Rosa's Press Gazette Local


News BRIEFS


Elliott Family Reunion
The Elliott Family Re-
union is Saturday, June 6th,
2009 at 11:00 a.m. until....
at 6874 Sherman Street in
Milton. Bring a covered
dish and a folding chair.
Call 623-0642 for more in-
formation.

Homemaker's craft
fair seeking renters
The Annual Holiday
Craft Fair will be held on
Friday and Saturday, No-
vember 6 & 7, from 9:00
a.m. to 5:00 p.m. at the
Santa Rosa County Audito-
rium (Old Bagdad Hwy.) in


o1

IL, -'


Milton. The Craft Fair fea-
tures crafts made by local
artisans, homemade soup,
sandwiches and desserts
and lots of door prizes.
There is no admission fee.
Booth space is still avail-
able for rent. For addition-
al information, please call
the Santa Rosa Extension
Service at (850) 623-3868,
between the hours of 8:00
a.m. and 4:30 p.m. week-
days. Hearing impaired
individuals may call Santa
Rosa County Emergency
Management Service at
983-5373 (TDD).
Extension Service pro-
grams are open to all peo-
ple without regard to race,


color, sex, age, handicap or
national origin.

Republican Club
to meet
The Republican Club
of Santa Rosa County
will hold its next monthly
meeting and Dutch Treat
dinner at The Club at Hid-
den Creek, 3070 PGA Blvd,
in Navarre at 6:30 p.rh.
on Tuesday, June 2, 2009.
Guest speaker, Santa Rosa
County property appraiser
Greg Brown, will share his
insights for the current sta-
tus of the property apprais-
er's office as well as his vi-
sjon for the future of Santa


yf~


S


.RC"- .

C..:


Lock in your price


for one full year


**C I.N1S ALL
T-;"'-.-FEATLI;-c

Local Channels Included"
NO Equipment to Buy
FREE Professional Installation
99.9% Digital Signal Reliability




Only DIRECTV, America's #1 Satellite
Television Service, offers you all this:
> Over 130 of the best channels in High-Def.
> Higher customer satisfaction ratings than
cable eight years in a row.
100% digital picture & sound orr every channel.
D1GITAl---... : I TIDOITBY"



CALL N'Wi" These offers won't last.

,fffC ESCAMBIA RIVER RURAL
."."" SERVICES INC


THE TVPACKAGETHAT BEATS CABLE
SOVER 150 Digital Channels

FREE '1

A'


MORE CHANNELS, MOVIES AND SPORTS!
SOVER 200 Digital Channels
E0 FREE DVR or HD DVR
Receiver Upgrade

FREE HeB + st '+.1


800-692-7010 'fJ
DIRECT.


... ... .... ......


Rosa County.
For more information
please contact Morgan
Lamb, Santa Rosa County
Republican Executive
Committee chairman, at
850-939-2409 or morgan-
lamb@bellsouth.net

City of Milton to hold
Public Meeting
The City Council of the
City of Milton will hold a
public meeting on Mon-
day, June 1 at 4 p.m. in the
Council Chambers at City
Hall, 6738 Dixon Street in
Milton. The purpose of the
meeting is to receive public
comments concerning the
Edward Byrne Memorial
Justice Assistance Grant
for the Police Department.
For further information,
contact the city manager's
office at 983-5411. All meet-
ings are open to the public.

Other City of
Milton meetings
Milton's City Council
will meet in Executive Ses-
sion on Monday, June 1, at
4 p.m:in the Council Cham-
bers of City Hall, 6738 Dix-
on Street.
Milton's Physical Plant
aqd Insurance Committee
will meet on Wednesday,
June 3, at 3 p.m. in Confer-
ence Room B of City Hall,
6738 Dixon Street.
Milton's Economic De-
velopment Committee will
meet on Thursday, June
4, at 3 p.m. in Conference
Room B of City Hall, 6738
Dixon Street.

SBDC at UWF offers
business classes
The Small Business


Development Center at
the University of West
Florida (401 E. Chase St.,
Suite 100) is presenting a
Brown-Bag Lunch entitled
"2008 Economic Stimulus:
Tax Incentives for Small
Business" on Wednesday,
June 3, from noon until 1
p.m. Learn how the new
economic stimulus law
may help to reduce your
tax bill. The seminar is
free and will be presented
by Bloomer-Geri & Com-
pany.
"Basics of, Selling on
eBay" workshop will be
presented on Saturday
morning, June 6, from 9
a.m. to 2 p.m.
Participants will learn
the essentials for selling
on eBay from a experi-
enced professional. Train-
ing will show how to sell
almost anything on eBay
including garage sale
items or liquidation of ex-
cess retail inventory. Fee
is $60 (includes a 215 page
The Basics of Selling on
eBay Student Guide).
To register for either of
these classes, call 850-473-
7830 or go to our Web site
at www.sbdc.uwf.edu) and
click on training.
Since our funding agen-
cy requires a minimum
number of attendees, we
cancel workshops that do
not meet these require-
ments. Pre-registration is
strongly recommended.

Please Donate Blood
During the month of
June every presenting vol-,
unteer donor at an Ameri-
can Red Cross blood drive
or donor center will be en-
tered into a regional draw-
ing for a cruise for two as
part of the "Save a Life and


Sail the Seas" promotion.
To give blood, you must
weigh at least 110 pounds;
you must be at least 17
years old, and you must be
in general good health.
If you are sick and can-
not donate, please recruit
a friend or family member
to give in your place.
All donors must have a
photo ID or American Red
Cross donor card.
If you plan on giving
blood:
Double your fluid in-
take in the 48 hours lead-
ing up to the drive.
Eat a nutritious meal
the night before, as well as
the day of, the blood drive.
Eat iron-rich foods
such as lean beef, broc-
coli, eggs, greens, shrimp
or dried beans.
Consume foods rich in
vitamin C, such as citrus
fruits, cabbage, tomatoes
and sweet potatoes.
Get a good night's
sleep before the drive.
The American Red
Cross Blood Services,
Alabama and Central Gulf
Coast Region, which sup-
plies blood to approximate-
ly 100 hospitals, needs 600
blood donors each day to
meet the needs of patients
in the region.
Please call 1-800-GIVE-
LIFE or visit www.red-
crossblood.org to make
an appointment to donate
blood or platelets.
The need is constant.
The gratification is in-
stant. Give blood.
There will be a blood
drive on Saturday, May 30
at the Milton Community
Center in the Gym from
9 a.m. to 2 p.m. The Com-
munity Center is located
at 5629 .Byrom Street in
Milton.


Convenient.

P.r=


No time to drive around town from one appointment to the next?
Baptist Medical Park Nine Mile, located at the corner of Nine Mile Road
and University Parkway, offers the care you need at one convenient
location. We offer access to more than 50 physicians and a variety of
services including:


* Cardiology
' Diagnostic Imaging
o Laboratory
" Outpatient Surgery
" Pharmacy


* Physical Rehabilitation
" Walk-in Care
* Women's Services
o Wound Care


For more information, call (850) 208-6000, or visit us at,
www.BaptistMedicalPark.org.


Q BAPTIST You'll Love the Way
Medical Park Baptist Cares for You
Medical Par


S '._ -..- ,-/ ; K1 -. ',

b -i-L U- _---L' ,,- AMon. Fri. 9am 6pmin .
Sat. 9am 5pm
r*. Closed Sunday
S/ak-lc-ns WIeecome ,,


Afi m. BIOLAGE. B1IOS ILK 4 DRNEDKEN'jgS
.. -- ... -----_---- -----------
Redken Color Professional Highlights

$6.00 OFF $10.00 OFF
Appointment Recommended I Appointment recommended
Can not be combined with other coupons and OR promotions. Can not be combined with other coupons and OR promotions.
Expires 6/30/2009 Expires 6/30/2000
-------------------

Adult Cut Child's Hair Cut
12 & under
$5.00 OFF $2.00 OFF
Good Any Day Any Day
Can not be combined wilh other coupons rand Oit pmiotKs i Can not be combined with other coupons and OR promotions.
Exies 6 '30 000 Expires 6/30/2009


4 *


7- rlO ~ r





Wednesday. May 27. 2009 Local Santa Rosa's Press Gazette I B3


Wedding


Couple to wed in- June
Together with their families, Michael and Amanda
Pennington invite you to join them at their wedding cer-
emony. The ceremony will take place on Saturday, June
6, 2009 at 1 p.m. at the First United Methodist Church of
Pace, 4540 Chumuckla Highway, Pace. A reception will
follow in the church gym. They are registered at Target.


Delezen completes course


Special to the Press Gazette
James Delezen, of
Milton, FL, a Modern
Woodmen of America
Representative, has at-
tained the Fraternal
Insurance Counselor
(FIC) designation.
The FIC title is an
educational designation
that can be earned by ca-
reer life insurance rep-
resentatives associated
with fraternal insurance
societies. Representa-


tives devote more than
1 year to meet the ex-
amination and career
development criteria set
by the Fraternal Field
Managers Association.
Founded in 1883,
Modern Woodmen of
America touches lives
and secures futures. The
fraternal benefit society
offers financial services
and fraternal member
benefits to individuals
and families throughout
the United. States.
..T W-F-offi


w


James Delezen


PAST, PRESENT AND FUTURE


Thurman 5 generations
Left to Right would be Dollie Thurman (age.90) of
Pace, FL, back --Shannon Wright (granddaughter) and
Courtney Cockrell (great granddaughter) of San Antonio,
Texas; sitting is Beverly Winham (daughter) of Bonita,
California and baby, Elizabeth Reagan Bendele (great-
great granddaughter) of San Antonio, Texas.


always online
www.srpressgazette.com


Reunion'_


Harold School
Reunion 2009
Special to the Press Gazette
Fellow classmates, it
is that time of year again


for the Harold School
Reunion.
It will be held in
August and the date and
time will arrive later. The
committee hopes you take
advantage of this and join
in on the fellowship and


fun. Once again we will
have a raffle, door prizes
and cookbooks to offer.
A covered dish
dinner will be held at noon
and all you are to bring is
a dish you wish to share
with everyone. Everything


else will be furnished.
So once again, plan on
joining in to have a fun'
day.
Bring any memories
you have and for more
information, call 850/293-
1900 (Barbara R. Daily).


DR. BRENT HARWOOD DR. BRAD EGLY
SOUTHEAST PODIATRY
MEDICINE & SURGERY OF THE FOOT/
www.southeastpodiatry.com
(800)s98-952


YT
P L *f


Order or Renew Your Subscription

in the Month of May and SAVE!


Current Rate


New Rate


Senior Citizen $28 $32

Regular Rate $34 $39

Out of County $48 $62


New Rates Effective June 1, 2009

3 Qon rM


azeffe
^H j^^ gs ttu&^H^i ~c


6629 Elva Street* Milton, Fl 32570
623-2120


VISIT OUR LOCATION AT
21 NEW WARRINGTON RD.
PENSACOLA, FL 32507 _
850-455-4529 troy.edu UNIVERSITY
A A ,,utunlofoqpj urtumthi'. i


Dogwood St-oragle

9., -10 xl0forMl9
Climate
., .Non-climate
SLow rates
S Moving supplies
.- 15% Military Disc.
U-L AUI
F-R E. WOT N IMOVE Duq|u


6075 Dogwood Drive 6238144
Milton, FL 32570 VWWW.DOWOODSTORAGE.COM


Dan Mckenzie


Dan McKenzie
McKenzie GMC Pontiac a Buick


SALUTES


~~1~~~~~~~


Dr. Ronald F. Pendleton
Dr. Ronald Pendleton who recently joined
the Santa Rosa Medical Center's staff as a pri-
mary care physician says that even as a kid
growing up he always looked forward to
becoming a doctor. He not only had a talent
relating to the biological sciences but was
exposed to a medically related environment as
a youngster which strengthened his resolve
even more as he watched his mentors go about
making sick folks well.
Following his dream, Dr. Pendleton went
to college at Salem State College in Salem,
MA, majored in biology, and studied for his
medical degree at the New York College of
Osteopathic Medicine of the New York
Institute of Technology at Old Westbury, NY
on an Army Scholarship. Hardworking and
dedicated, he fulfilled his Army service.
Dr. Ronald Pendleton requirement as a Major, and began to practice
in civilian life.
In addition to his military service at Ft. Benning, GA,'Dr. Pendleton worked
in Largo, FL Columbus, GA and Citronelle, AL before "finding his place in the
sun" in the Florida Panhandle working as a "family doctor" at West Florida.
Primary Care in Milton. He took over Dr. Meredith's practice when that long-
time Milton doctor retired, and has continued to cultivate a practice here with the
Santa Rosa Medical Group that is becoming more successful every day.
"This job is looking very good," he said of his practice in the Medical Office
Building on the SRMC campus. "I'm very happy to be here, and I'm very happy
that Santa Rosa has provided me the opportunity to continue to take care of the
patients I already have (accumulated) over the past two years."
Dr. Pendleton is known for his ability to communicate. "In all my training I
haven't lost the skill of listening to people," he says, and it shows. He enjoys his
work, and that also stands out. Relaxed, easy to talk to, and a "people person"
personality translate into a good bedside manner which his patients have come to
appreciate.
We salute him for his appreciation of this area, his willingness to serve, and
his genuine dedication to making health care comfortable for all of us. We also
appreciate the fact that he's an equal opportunity golfer. He plays with all kinds
of people, including plumbers, salesmen, and other professionals, not just doc-
tors!


McKenzie
PONTIAC GMC o BUICK
Hwy 90 at 89, Milton
623-3481


I
I ~


m %


SLocal


Santa Rosa's Press Gazette I B3


Wednesday, May 27, 2009


w qw.





B4 I Santa Rosa's Press Gazette


il- I Jul--- -ia-- I I-


Local


Wednesday, May 27, 2009


Students earn Gator degrees


Milton campus announces graduates
Special to the Press Gazette
The University of Florida, Milton Cam-
pus is proud to announce the 2009 gradu-
ates. The following students have earned
a Bachelor of Science Degree from the
University of Florida without relocating to
Gainesville.
Darlene Bonelli graduated with a de-
gree in landscape and nursery horticul-
ture. Darlene is employed at the Bud
Shack gardening center.
Leah McCue also graduated with a de-
gree in landscape and nursery horticul-
ture with a minor in wildlife ecology and
conservation. Leah is a valued employee
under Emerald Coast Growers and hopes


to continue ecosystem restoration.
Derek Blackmon graduated with a
degree in natural resource conservation
with a minor in wildlife ecology and con-
servation. Derek is employed with Eglin
Air Force Base.
Ashlee White also graduated with a
degree in natural resource conservation
with a minor in wildlife ecology and con-
servation. Ashlee is employed with the Di-
vision of Forestry.
April Tolbert graduated with a degree
in natural resource conservation. April is
employed with Navarre Water Systems.
Congratulations, graduates. If you
would like more information about degree
programs at the University of Florida Mil-
ton Campus, please contact Kat Campbell
at 850-983-5216, ext. 109.


Ag commissioner to host Farm to Fuel summit


Crist to deliver
keynote address
Florida Agriculture and Con-
sumer Services Commissioner
Charles H. Bronson today an-
nounced that he will host this
year's Farm to Fuel summit July
29-31 at the Rosen Shingle Creek
Resort in Orlando.
"Despite the recent downturn
in the economy, there remains
a lot of enthusiasm for develop-
ing a robust renewable energy
industry in Florida," Bronson
said. "We look forward to shar-
ing current developments with
participants and to provide them
with the information they need
to move forward towards reduc-


ON THE WEB,
Information about the "Farm
to Fuel" initiative and the
upcoming summit can be
found athttp://www.
FloridaFarmToFuel.com.

ing our dependence on foreign oil
while at the same time providing
another source of income for our
farmers."
For the fourth year in a row,
hundreds of industry leaders in
agriculture, energy, academia,
banking and finance, and govern-
ment will gather to hear from a
brodd array of experts. Last July,
Bronson's third Florida Farm to
Fuel summit attracted nearly 500


participants.
Highlights of the summit in-
clude a keynote address by Gov.
Charlie Crist, panel discussions
on sustainability, feedstocks, and
permitting and financing renew-
able energy projects. -
Participants will hear about'
various efforts to. produce bio-
fuels and renewable energy as
well as the role of agriculture
and forestry in a reduced carbon
economy.
This.year's Summit returns to
the Rosen Shingle Creek, which
in 2007 was designated as a Flori-
da Green Lodge. In addition, the
summit will be carbon-neutral
through the retirement of carbon
offset certificates.
Florida's Farm to Fuel initia-
tive, inspired by the bipartisan


national organization 25x'25,
seeks to enhance the market for
and promote the production and
distribution of renewable energy
from Florida-grown crops, agri-
cultural wastes and residues, and
other biomass. In the process, it
is designed to give Florida agri-
cultural producers alternative
crops to grow to keep their farms
and ranches viable.
Bronson believes that Florida
can lead the nation in the produc-
tion of renewable energy as a re-
sult of its mild climate, abundant
sunshine, ample rainfall and long
growing season.
Information about the Farm
to Fuel initiative and the up-
coming summit can be found at
http://www.FloridaFarmToFuel.
com.


F4 L
nd Lie Scenc
oleg o Ariulurl l
MILTN CAIPU..*


- u mom- Mehl
mu um
w AMa I


I Business Network

i- International


We 5 e'incuaeaea uinesIroesioal
tvisit u ewrinSetns


Tri cities chapter meets
every Thursday at 7am
at 0ops Alley
3721 Hwy. 90
Pace, Florida 32571
Any questions contact
Debbie Coon at


393-3666
www.tricitiesbni.com


Gulf Coast Business
Professionals meet every
Tuesday at 7:30 am
at Tiger Point Gulf Club
1255 Country Club Rd.
Gulf Breeze, Florida 32566
Any questions contact
Greg Cowell at

910-0902
www.bni-mobile.com


II






We Have a Doctor in

Your Neighborhood.
West Florida Primary Care is here for you and your family in Pace.
Experience the expenrtie of our medical team and the full resources of
West Florida Healthcare. For ever age and every stage of life, you
can count on the physicians and staff of West Florida Primary Care.


West Florida
PRIMARY CARE
J, Fa-yPace
S.;'Family Practice Pediatrics
S"1- 3521 Limbaugh Lane
Sat WoodbineRoad
995-4798
g"--' W Now Accepting New Patients
Same Day Appointments Available


CasYou
Home wner Insuance

Ber!No-enwe?


P


)Auto
Insurance'


For a FREE Quote
Mention this ad for a Free Gift

Specializing in Auto, General

Liability and Home Owners


0*


~5' ~ I eiine3~at~w~am ~ n. '2 22' "'tr~t ~ "i'- *~ -~ -~ ~ "~


Man Hurls Polecat 63 ft.
BEXAR COUNTY After using Thera-Gesic' on his sore shoulder,
Tom W. was able to rid his property of the varmint last Thursday.
When asked if the polecat lived or died, he pain-
lessly replied: "None of your dang business!"
Go Painlessly-
Compare and Save
Buy THERA -GESIC
Pain Creme


Come in each week during
.. the month of May and Wini
S r 10%7 50%
i"' *Excluding Swarovskil, Hand Crafted Items & TroilBeads.-

FINE JEWELRY AND GIFTS
*4021 Hvw 90.Pace, FL
,'.' 994-4581


I


IL


Truman Brown, ARNP Dr. Tammy, Pruse Dr. Jason Strahan
amllvpnfctk mandtv, ce, I., Pediatift


Cf I cArl
9n,- &A
Co


. 'V


Youth

volunteer

applications

available
Special to the Press Gazette
For the 10th year, West
Florida Hospital will hold- its
Bright Scholars Youth Volun-
teer Program. Bright Scholars
is a summerlong (10-week) vol-
unteer program at the hospital
for students 14-18 years old
with a GPA of 3.50 or higher.
Bright Scholars commit to
volunteer one day a week for 4
hours. The program is limited
to 20 students.
Applications are available
in the volunteer office at West
Florida Hospital. Applications
are due no later than June 3.
Students will be required to at-
tend training both Friday, June
19, and Monday, June 22.
Volunteer hours earned
through the program may be
used toward hours required
for the Florida Bright Futures
Scholarship Program and oth-
er scholarship applications.
The 10-week Bright Scholars
program will help students
strengthen their communica-
tion, team building and inter-
personal skills.
For more information about
the Bright Scholars Program
or any of our volunteer pro-
grams, contact Verteen Morris
at 494-4981.


6





WednesdayMay 27 2009


I


The Santa Rosa County Retired
Educators held their final meeting
of the year on May 18. They will re-
sume their meetings following the
summer recess on the second Mon-
day in September. President Caro-
lyn McLaughlin presided over the
meeting. After welcoming members
and visitors, she called upon Jo Ann
Timlin to give the devotional and
lead the Pledge of Allegiance.
Doris Kingry, FREF/Scholar-
ship Chair, presented a check for
$500 to Carolyn McLaughlin on be-
half of the Woodmen of the World
Lodge 906. It was given to her by
Farris Bondurant, lodge repre-
sentative. It will be deposited with
local scholarship money to make
possible scholarships for graduat-
ing seniors from the high schools
in Santa Rosa County. Local schol-
arships are for two years and al-
ternate each year among the six
high schools. To be eligible for one


of these scholarships, the student
must be planning a course of study
in the field of education. The stu-
dent who received the award this
year is Melissa Murphy from Gulf
Breeze High School.
The program was conducted by
Marilyn James. Her program was
titled "Travel Across America" a
presentation of pictures from nu-
merous locations within the United
States. They were organized on
a DVD and set to music appropri-
ate for each place beginning with
sites in and around Washington,
D.C., with Ray Charles' rendition
of "America the Beautiful" and end-
ing in Alaska to the song "North to
Alaska." She encouraged members
who have not done much traveling
to get started and see the many
places in America.
At the conclusion of the meeting,
door prizes were handed out, and a
covered dish luncheon was held.


Doris Kingry, right presents President Carolyn McLaughlin with a check from the Woodmen of
the World for the local scholarship fund.


Pensacola philanthropist donates legacy gift of $1M to PJC


Pensacola businesswoman
Jan Miller is a longtime sup-
porter of PJC, both with her time
and monetary gifts, and the col-
lege is pleased to announce her
additional legacy gift of $1 mil-
lion. Future plans to recognize
her include the proposed Janice
R. Miller Conference Center, part
of the future plan to expand the
Ashmore Auditorium.


"Over the years, PJC has
helped so many people that I
know. I've seen the positive im-
pact the college has in their lives
and that leads to a positive impact
in the community," said Miller,
vice president of administration
and human resources at ARCO
Industries.
"I'm glad to be able to do this,
to help such a large institution


that reaches so many different
people and enables them to have
better lives," says Miller, a PJC
Foundation governor and sup-
porter of many area non-profit
organizations.
John O'Connor, PJC District
Board of Trustees chairman,
says the timing of Miller's gift
could not have been better.
"Jan Miller is a close friend,


and her gift to PJC is yet anoth-
er way she has found to support
our community. Jan's gift comes,
at an extremely critical time at
PJC and will serve the thousands
of students that will use the pro-
posed conference centerforyears
to come," O'Connor said.
PJC President Ed Meadows
echoes O'Connor's sentiments.
"Philanthropist Jan Miller


has been a generous contributor
and supporter of PJC for many
years. This recent extremely
generous commitment high-
lights her belief in Pensacola
Junior College as' an institution
that can and does make a differ-
ence in the lives of thousands of
students and that will continue
to impact lives in a positive man-
ner in the future."


fus on

FINKE W -ME & SrPIRITS
5410 Hwy 90 Pea Ridge 994-9404
Jin t1 Heritor- ho-:J 'h .-.,prn, i- nr t,^
, 3749 Gulf Breeze Pkwy. Gulf Breeze 934-0013

.- ~ Captain Morgan 1.75 s2199


* ~ -~u-J -


Hardscapes
Concrete Paver:
Driveways, Walkways,
S Patios, Decks
(thin overlay pavers too)
Retaining Walls
Wood Decks
Pergolas and
Landscape Lighting


Landscaping & Irrigatio
Residential & Commercial
Landscape Design & Installation
Sod Installation
Irrigation & Well Pumps
Horiculturalist On Staff
Treework
All Types Of Water Features





Retail Design Installation
We do all 3 at &/e
www.bandcnursery.com

4523 Chumuckla Hwv*Pace 995-2677


T Local


Sm nta Rosa's Press Gazette I B 5


TvU IIa m ,y 1



SRCREA holds final meeting before summer break

W oodmen donate on supports

scholarships for local high-schoolers






B6 | Santa Rosa's Press Gazette


Local


Wednesday, May 27, 2009


tor hurricane season


*SUNBELT
CREDIT

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



ELITE TRAILERS, INC.
wnn p.l*u,..ni~tp-t ;ni : USnm *" inSU |r0DEaT l,,1:1,.1 FL j!
www.elite-trailers.com1 US itnwEI EAST F HIHWA diu
uonJay mrnugr.r Frda) riO en 0m u ."' 850-689-9958
AXELS JACKS COUPLERS TIRES WHEELS STRAPS LIGHTS

6X12 V-NOSE RAMP DOOR ELITE 16'TA 4' GATE UTILITYTRAILER




Side dr, stoneguard dome light, roof vent, Two 3500 lb axles, electric brake, new tires,
drop axle, white pressure treated floors
WASS2 $249S $1325
ELITE DUMP TRAILER 6X10 6X12 W 4' RAMP GATE
IL5'
. m


2' sides, two 3500 pound axles, electric
brake, new tires I
2995
7X16 V-NOSE CARGO TRAILER



noR ..... Ju opo .-u sinht ^5^.,r


35001b E-Z lube axle, 1' rail, 2" coupler, 15"
new tire/whis, pressure treated wood
$895


IFUL LINEIOFITRAILERSIINASTOCK


Ramp tr, drop axleomel igchteletrgircd
brake, stoneguard, side dr, vent
WAS 375 s3295

$100off ANY
ENCLOSED
I W TRAILER
Must preset coupon at time of purchase. Expires May 31, 2009.


A:


By Theresa Friday
Extension Faculty-Residential Horticulture
UF/IFAS Santa Rosa County
Florida's hurricane season begins
June 1, so now is the time to survey
your landscape and identify potential
hazards.
It is extremely important to check
your trees early. Determine now
whether they need to be trimmed or
taken out.
Consider removing trees with
trunks that show significant decay
and threaten a home or other impor-
tant structure. Trees that are leaning
significantly also should be evaluated
for possible removal.
Remember that large trees can
impact more than just your proper-
ty, so you should consider how your
trees might affect neighboring prop-
erties as well as your own.
Be sure to look for branches that
hang over the house near the roof.
Although the branches might not
be touching the roof under normal
conditions, the high winds of violent
storms or hurricanes can cause trees
to bend and branches to flail, around
considerably. Since that could cause
extensive damage to the roof, such
branches generally should be re-
moved.
It's best to hhve this kind of work
done by a professional a licensed
arborist who has the training and
tools to do it right. You might be able
to do some smaller jobs yourself, but
taking out big trees or trimming larg-
er branches probably should be left
to the professionals.
For more information on how to
manage your trees to make them
more wind-resistant, contact your lo-
cal Extension Service or visit http://
treesandhurricanes.ifas.ufl.edu/
managing.html.
While those are some of the things
to do well before a storm, you also
need to take action in your lawn and
landscape if a storm is approaching.
Add the following items to your hur-
ricane preparation plan.
Secure loose objects in the land-
scape. Look around your grounds for
container plants, hanging baskets,
tools, lawn furniture (including porch
swings), toys, bicycles, bird feeders,
wind chimes, barbecue grills, play-


supports to boost them to the proper
level in the pond. These potted plants
should all be set on the bottom of
theapond until the hurricane passes.
You also may want to'consider bring-
ing valuable fish, such as expensive
koi, inside in a large bucket of wa-
ter dipped from the pond to protect
them.
Fountains should be turned off
and secured, and electrical cords
should be unplugged, rolled up and
secured.
If preparing to evacuate and
time permits, be sure to water your
indoor plants before you leave.
Keep in mind you won't have time
to focus on your landscape once a
hurricane warning is announced, and
you certainly won't have time for it if
evacuations are called for, so prepare
your landscape now for the hurricane"
season.
Theresa Friday is the Residen-
tial Horticulture Extension Agent
for Santa Rosa County. The use of
trade names, if used in this article,
is solely for the purpose of providing
specific information. It is not a guar-
antee, warranty, or endorsement of
the product name(s)-and does not
signify that they are approved to the
exclusion of others.
For more information about all of
the county extension services and
other articles of interest, go to: http://
santarosa.ifas.ufl.edu.


Pt.'


Sacred Heart Medical Park at Pace is proud to offer
medical care for the Pace and Milton communities.
When you need convenient care that's close to
home, choose Sacred Heart.


" : Walk-lnl
mo
%OtaCarep
08- 5pm
n-Fri
am
L,mo !:j


Sacred Heart Medical Group
Family Medicine
Laura Harrison, MD
Daniel Hickman, MD
Mark Josephson, MD
Robert Kincaid, DO
Matthew Kinzelman, MD


Obstetrics & Gynecology
Dina Navarro, DO


Sacred Heart Rehabilitation
Ann L. Baroco Center for Breast Health
Sacred Heart Lab Express
Sacred Heart X-Ray & Imaging Services
The Medical Park also offers easy access to many
other physicians and outpatient services, including:
Pace Surgery Center
Gastroenterology Associates
The Surgery Group
Allergy' & Asthma Center of Northwest Florida, PA
Pensacola Orthopaedics
Pensacola PM&R
T. Joseph Dennie, MID, PA, Orthopedic Surgeon
Southeast Vascular Group
Comprehensive Pain Management
Cardiology Consultants


For more details
about services at
the Medical Park,
call 416-1600


TeBst aeCmsFo h er


Sacred Heart
Medical Park
at Pace


Florida receives more than $1.3M


in economic recovery funds


Money aimed to improve
water quality, create jobs

In an effort to improve water qual-
ity and create jobs, the U.S. Envi-
ronmental Protection Agency (EPA)
has awarded $1,336,300 to the Florida
Department of Environmental Pro-
tection under the American Recov-
ery and Reinvestment Act of 2009. A
total of $39 million will be awarded
nationally to states for Water Qual-
ity Management Planning (WQMP)
grants, which will keep and create
jobs to help prevent water pollution
and protect human health and the
environment. ,
"The Recovery Act investments
are meeting urgent needs for eco-
nomic growth and protecting human
health and the environment," said
EPA Administrator Lisa P Jackson.
"Communities across the nation can
count on green jobs to help pull them
out of this downturn and ensure the


ON THE WEB
For infrmatio'n on EPA s
implementation of the American
Recovery and ReinveslmenI Acl
of 2009, visit http. /..www epa
gov 'recovery

long-term strength of our economy
and our environment."
"With this Recovery Act funding,
Florida will pursue additional water
quality planning activities that will
lead to increased economic activity
and new water quality protection ef-
forts in the state," said Stan Meiburg,
EPA Acting Regional Administrator
in Atlanta. "This funding will benefit
Florida residents by promoting im-
proved water quality while strength-
eniing the economy through green
jobs."
Planning is an important step to
achieve EPAs goal of improved wa-
ter quality in America's lakes, rivers


and streams. WQMP grants support
a broad range of activities, such as
setting standards, monitoring the
quality of the water, developing plans
to restore polluted waters, and iden-
tifying ways to protect healthy waters
from becoming polluted. States are
also encouraged to use these funds
for more innovative planning activi-
ties, like developing plans to adapt to
climate change, analyzing trends in
water availability and use, and cre-
ating low-impact development pro-
grams. Grants are awarded to state
agencies and some of the funds can
be awarded to regional and interstate
planning organizations.
President Obama signed the
American Recovery and Reinvest-
ment Act of 2009 on Feb. 17, 2009, and
has directed that the Recovery Act
be implemented with unprecedented
transparency and accountability. To
that end, the American people can
see how every dollar is being invest-
ed at Recovery.gov. -


BACKYARD www.BackyardEconomics.com
ECONOMICS
LOCAL SPENDING WORKS


b~


houses and doghouses.
Pesticides and motor fuels
should be stored in areas that are se-
cure and higher than potential flood
waters. These products dan be, haz-
ardous if flood waters spread them
through your home or garage.
If you have a vegetable garden,
harvest all vegetables that you can
before a storm hits to get them out of
harm's way. There will likely be little,
left if high winds occur. Produce cov-
ered by floodwater will have to be dis-
carded.
Aquatic gardens also need some
attention if a storm is approaching.
Aquatic plants in pots are often set
on bricks, cinder blocks and other


7: k~'


STime to prepare landscape


m
nc
Problem gambling can cause a sea of trouble.
P.,.rg
bli ng cai ouble.
The signs are there. Are you seeing them?
e p ine
888-ADMIT-IT
24-Hour Confidential Problem Gambling HelpLine
-e-Florida Council on Compuhive Gambling, Inc.
wwwgavnlbfinghelp jorg


I






Wpenpsrjv. Mcv 27. 2009


Class&ifieds


Santa Rosa's Press Gazette I B7

n'.. ,,er-ersr *r ,


~i~ @~L



J~aL~ c~m WcD


EMPLOYMENT


1 V


, 1-0 I 7


c~ ~EZ~ c~3z~~?


@:~W~Ij


W 9uPHYD


^^S~^OoI0S~j^


I .1.1Q4 ,11.04A __J.
described personal All creditors of the de-
property, to wit: cedent and other per-
sons having claims or
DESCRIPTION OF demands against
PROPERTY decedent's estate on
whom a copy of this
2007 STEM/STERLING notice is required to be
LT 9500, WHITE served must file their
VIN #: claims with this. court
2FZHAZCV77AX38102 WITHIN THE LATER
1989 FORD CONVEN- OF 3 MONTHS AFTER
TIONAL L LT9000, THE TIME OF THE
WHITE FIRST PUBLICATION
VIN #: OF THIS NOTICE OR
1FDYU90LOKVA18070 30 DAYS AFTER THE
DATE OF SERVICE OF
I shall offer this prop- A COPY OF THIS NO-
erty for sale, at east TICE ON THEM.
front door of the Santa
Rosa Criminal Justice All other creditors of
Facility, 5755 East Mil- the decedent and other
ton Rd, Milton, Florida, persons having claims
Santa. Rosa County, or demands against
Florida, at the hour of decedent's estate must
10:00 a.m. on the 16TH file their claims with this
day of JUNE, 2009 .or court WITHIN 3
as soon thereafter as MONTHS AFTER THE
possible. I will offer for DATE OF THE FIRST
sale all the said PUBLICATION OF
defendant's, FDS CON- THIS NOTICE.
STRUCTION, INC.,
right, title and interest ALL CLAIMS NOT
in the aforesaid per- FILED WITHIN THE
sonal property, at pub- TIME PERIODS SET
lic auction and will sell FORTH IN SECTION
the same, subject to 733.702 OF THE FLOR-
taxes, all prior liens, IDA PROBATE CODE
encumbrances and WILL BE FOREVER
judgments, if any to BARRED.
the highest and best
bidder for CASH IN NOTWITHSTANDING
HAND. The proceeds THE TIME PERIODS
to be applied as far as SET FORTH ABOVE,
may be to the payment ANY CLAIM FILED
of costs and the satis- TWO (2) YEARS OR
faction of the above de- MORE AFTER THE
scribed execution. DECEDENT'S DATE OF
DEATH IS BARRED.
WENDELL HALL,
SHERIFF OF SANTA The date of first publi-
ROSA COUNTY, FLOR- cation of this notice is
IDA May 16, 2009.
By: /s/ Rosie Rogers Attorney for Personal
ROSIE ROGERS Representatives:
Deputy Sheriff /s/ JEFFREY P ROTH
Attorrtey for Petitioner
IF YOU HAVE A DISA- Florida Bar No.
ABILITY REQUIRING 0153698
SPECIAL ACCOMMO- JEFFREY P ROTH
DATIONS OR TO AR- 896 Buttonwood Dr.,
RANGE TO VIEW THE Unit 211
PROPERTY, PLEASE Ft. Myers Beach, FL
CONTACT JANICE 33931
PLATT (850) 983-1281 Telephone: (419)
AT LEAST SEVEN (7) 261-8513
DAYS PRIOR TO THE
SALE DATE. Personal Representa-
tives:
051309 /s/ CAROL ANN MAR-
052009 KOVITS- GOEHRING
052709 Carol Ann
060309 Markovits-Goehring
5/617 1304 Cleveland Road
W.
Huron, Ohio 44839
Legal 5/619 051609
IN THE CIRCUIT 052309
COURT FOR SANTA 5/6192


ROSA COUNTY,
FLORIDA PROBATE
DIVISION
File No. 57-2009-CP-59
Division
IN RE: ESTATE OF
ANNA 1. MARKOVITS
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDI-
TORS

The administration of
the estate of Anna I.
Markovits, deceased,
whose date of death
was July 13, 2008, is
pending in the Circuit
Court for SANTA ROSA
County, Florida, Pro-
bate Division, the ad-
dress of which is PRO.
Box 472, Milton, Florida
32572. The names and
addresses of the per-
sonal representatives
and the personal repre-
sentatives' attorney are
set forth below.







We Deliver & Install
Centipede
St. Augustine
Bermuda
Bailed Pine Straw

Call us first, Save Time
Call us last, Save Money
Hwy. 87 So. Milton

-626-8578


A loving mom with 7
years of professional
cleaning experience
and many years of
practical experience
does not wish to re-
turn to the full time
work force. Dependa-
ble and trustworthy.
Please call Teresa
for a free estimate.
375-0520



Dependable
Housekeeper
Seeking
additional clients.
Over 15 years
of experience!
References available
upon request
Call: 994-6236


SPRING CLEANING
Do you need help with
your house cleaning?
Windows, ovens, etc.
15 yrs exp. w/ ref.
Call Donna 994-1785


o1104, I 114
Legal 5/673 COUNTY FOR WATER
& SEWER IMPROVE-
NOTICE OF INTENT MENTS; PROVIDING
TO CONSIDER AN FOR THE COLLEC-
ORDINANCE TION OF SUCH SPE-
CIAL ASSESSMENT BY
The reading and adop- THE NON-AD
tion of the following VALOREM ASSESS-
proposed Ordinances MENT PROCEDURE;
by the Board of County PROVIDING FOR DEFI-
Commissioners of NATIONS; PROVIDING
Sarta Rosa County, is FOR EXCEPTIONS;
scheduled for 9:30 PROVIDING FOR COD-
a.m., June 11, 2009, in IFICATION; PROVID-
the Commissioners ING FOR SEVERA-
meeting room at the BILITY; AND PROVID-
County Administrative ING AN EFFECTIVE
Complex, located at DATE.
6495 Caroline Street
Milton, Florida AN ORDINANCE OF
SANTA ROSA
AN ORDINANCE OF COUNTY, FLORIDA,
SANTA ROSA ESTABLISHING THE
COUNTY, FLORIDA COTTAGES AT EAST
ESTABLISHING THE RIVER SUBDIVISION
AUBURN PARKWAY STREET LIGHTING
WATER & SEWER MU- MUNICIPAL SERVICE
NICIPAL SERVICE BENEFIT UNITS,
BENEFIT UNIT; PRO-SOUTHWOODS .SUB-
VIDING FOR THE AS- DIVISION STREET
SESSING OF ASSESS- LIGHTING MUNICIPAL
MENTS BY THE SERVICE BENEFIT
COUNTY FOR WATER UNITS, AND, STAN-
& SEWER IMPROVE- FORD DRIVE STREET
MENTS; PROVIDING LIGHTING MUNICIPAL
FOR THE COLLEC- SERVICE BENEFIT
TION OF SUCH SPE- UNITS; PROVIDING
CIAL ASSESSMENT BY FOR THE ASSESSING
THE NON-AD OF ASSESSMENTS
VALOREM ASSESS- FOR THE PROVISION
MENT PROCEDURE; OF STREET LIGHTING
PROVIDING FOR DEFI- SERVICES; PROVID-
NITIONS; PROVIDING ING FOR THE COL-
FOR EXCEPTIONS; ELECTION OF SUCH
PROVIDING FOR COD- SPECIAL ASSESS-
IFICATION; PROVID- MENT BY THE
ING FOR SEVERA- NON-AD VALOREM
ABILITY; AND PROVID- ASSESSMENT PRO-
ING AN EFFECTIVE CEDURE; PROVIDING
DATE. FOR DEFINITIONS;
PROVIDING FOR EX-
AN ORDINANCE OF CEPTIONS; PROVID-
SANTA ROSA ING FOR CODIFICA-
COUNTY, FLORIDA TION; PROVIDING
ESTABLISHING THE FOR SEVERABILITY;
CORNELL DRIVE AND, PROVIDING AN
WATER & SEWER MU- EFFECTIVE DATE.
NICIPAL SERVICE '
BENEFIT UNIT; PRO- AN ORDINANCE OF
VIDING FOR THE AS- SANTA ROSA
SESSING OF ASSESS- COUNTY, FLORIDA,
MENTS BY THE ESTABLISHING THE
ROWELL ROAD
SPEED HUMP TRAF-
,1 FIC IMPROVEMENTS
MUNICIPAL SERVICE
Sll BENEFIT UNIT AND
THE SUNFLOWER AV-




Divorce 1149, Wills 130
Name Change 49 Centipede
FREE Typing, Call for St. Augustine
irhfili' u i.54lllJ.1.4-7 4 Farta D direct
1850 N. "W"StL -We Deiver
(1blk N.ofFleaMarket) 434-0066


PAUL NELSON
DUMP TRUCK
SERVICE
*24 Hour Truck Rental
*Dirt & Rock Sales
*Fill Dirt/Clay
*Brown Dirt
*Driveway Material
Phone 850-994-4458
Cell 850-698-4920
Owner Operator
NOW TWO TRUCKS
AVAILABLE!


Coker's Lawn & Trac-
tor Service
From trimming to trac-
tor work. Clean-ups,
raking, hauling, mow-
ing, bushhogging, dirt
work. Reasonable
rates,
free estimates.
(850)623-0493
(850)485-7977
Licensed & Insured.


K&N
Lawn Service
*Raking
*Mowing
*Edging
*Trimming
*Debris Removal
Very reasonable prices.
Licensed & Insured
850-791-0861



NEED A REALTOR?
Call Gerald Vaughn,
Realtor.
Phone (850)287-1205
Fax (850) 994-0116
EXIT REALTY N.F.I.
Pensacola, Pace,
Gulf Breeze, Navarre



Stewart's Tractor
Works & Land
Clearing, Inc.
Tree & stump removal,
debris removal & storm
cleanup, bush hogging
& discing, backhoe
work, demolition &
hauling. 516-1801 or
675-4291
Licensed & Insured


I ANNOUNCEMENTS
1100 Legal Advertising
1110 Classified Notices
1120 Public Notices/
Announcements
1125 Carpools &
Rideshare
1130 Adoptions
1140 Happy Ads
1150 Personals
1160 Lost
1170 Found


11Q04 .

Legal 5/617
NOTICE OF
SHERIFF'S SALE
NOTICE is hereby
given that pursuant to a
WRIT. OF EXECUTION
issued in the County
Court of Santa Rosa
County, Florida, on the
13th day of March,
2009, in the cause
wherein PANHANDLE
AEROSPACE, LLC was
plaintiff and FDS CON-
STRUCTION, INC. was
defendant, being Case
No. 0814963CC in said
court, I, Wendell Hall,
As Sheriff of Santa
Rosa County, Florida,
have levied upon all the
right, title, and interest
of the defendant, FDS
CONSTRUCTION, INC.
in and to the following


A


100 1170'


A I I I- .
43-D


8100-83


I Ig 1


c LAYM/YARD I






B8 I Santa Rosa's Press Gazette


Classifieds


Wednesday, May 27, 2009


ENUE SPEED HUMPS
TRAFFIC IMPROVE-
MENTS MUNICIPAL
SERVICE BENEFIT
UNIT; PROVIDING FOR
THE ASSESSING OF
ASSESSMENTS BY
THE COUNTY FOR
TRAFFIC IMPROVE-
MENTS; PROVIDING
FOR THE COLLEC-
TION OF SUCH SPE-
CIAL ASSESSMENT BY
THE NON-AD
VALOREM ASSESS-
MENT PROCEDURE;
PROVIDING FOR DEFI-
NITIONS; PROVIDING
FOR EXCEPTIONS;
PROVIDING FOR COD-
IFICATION; PROVID-
ING FOR SEVERA-
BILITY; AND PROVID-


ING AN EFFECTIVE
DATE.
These Ordinances may
be inspected by the
public prior to the
above scheduled meet-
ing at the Office of the
Clerk of Courts, BOCC
Support Services De-
partment, 6495 Caro-
line Street, Milton, Flor-
ida. All interested par-
ties should take notice
that if they decide to
appeal any decision
made by the Board of
County Commissioners
with respect to any
matter coming before
said Board at said
meeting, it is their indi-
vidual responsibility to


insure that a record of
the proceedings they
are appealing exists
and for such purpose
they will need to insure
that a verbatim record
of the proceeding is
made, which record
shall include the testi-
mony and the evidence
upon which their ap-
peal is to be based. In-
terested parties may
appear at the meeting
and be heard with re-
spect to these pro-
posed ordinances.
052709 (1)
5Z673


Legal 5/683
IN THE CIRCUIT
COURT FOR SANTA
ROSA COUNTY,
FLORIDA PROBATE
DIVISION
File No.:
57-2009-CP-149
Division
IN RE: ESTATE OF
DANIEL W. BEHAN,
JR.
Deceased.


uw t o
oubS -


NOTICE TO CREDI-
TORS
The administration of
the estate of Daniel W.
Behan, Jr., deceased,
whose date of death
was April 4, 2009, is
pending in the Circuit
Court for SANTA ROSA
County, Florida, Pro-
bate Division, the ad-
dress of which is RO.
Box 472, Milton, Florida
32572. The names and
addresses of the per-
sonal representative
and the personal
representative's attor-
ney are set forth below.
All creditors of the de-
cedent and other per-


sons having claims or
demands against
decedent's estate on
whom a copy of this
notice is required to be
served must file their
claims with this court
WITHIN THE LATER
OF 3 MONTHS AFTER.
THE TIME OF THE
FIRST PUBLICATION
OF THIS NOTICE OR
30 DAYS AFTER THE
DATE OF SERVICE OF
A COPY OF THIS NO-
TICE ON THEM.
All other creditors of
the decedent and cther
persons having claims
or demands against
decedent's estate must
file their claims with this
court WITHIN 3


MONTHS AFTER THE
DATE OF THE FIRST
PUBLICATION OF
THIS NOTICE.
ALL CLAIMS NOT
FILED WITHIN THE
TIME PERIODS SET
FORTH IN SECTION
733.702 OF THE FLOR-
IDA PROBATE CODE
WILL BE FOREVER
BARRED.
NOTWITHSTANDING
THE TIME PERIODS
SET FORTH ABOVE,
ANY CLAIM FILED
TWO (2) YEARS OR
MORE AFTER THE
DECEDENT'S DATE OF
DEATH IS BARRED.
The date of first publi-
cation of this Notice is
May 27, 2009. ,


Attorney for Personal
Representative:
Todd M. LaDouceur
Attorney for Daniel J.
Behan
Florida Bar No. 064051
4459-A Hwy 90
Pace, FL 32571-2066
Telephone: (850)
377-2720
Fax: (888) 229-0914
Personal Representa-
tive:
Daniel J. Behan
4906 Laurel Oak Drive
Pace, Florida 32571
052709
060309
5/683


Legal 5/684
NOTICE OF PUBLIC
SALE: COOK'S PAINT
& BODY SHOP, INC.
gives Notice of Foreclo-
sure of Lien and intent
to sell these vehicles
on 06/07/2009, 08:00
am at 4432 FLORI-
DATOWN RD CPU
PACE, FL 32571-1831,
1,.' .I.

--7


* .~..


U


* 0


Circ ulation


Questions


or Wqes?



1-800-345-8688]


BUSINESS SERVICES


PAUL NELSON
DUMP TRUCK SERVICE
*Truck Rental -Dirt & Rock Sales
*Fill Dirt'Clay -Brown Dirt
*Driveway Material
Licensed & Insured
ResidJni al & Comrnericiai
Owne-r Operalor
Pnone 850-994-1-458
FCell 85C'M-698-9-n




an la-p


Mowing Edging
Blowing
Bush Trimming
& Mulching


Sprinkler Systems
Maintenance & Installation




Gerard's

Well Drilling
sensedd & Insured
28 years experience
Wells for drinking water,
irrigation, ponds,
and pump repair.

850-776-4271 or 850-377-4818


Coker's Lawn &
Tractor Service
From trimming to tractor work
Bushhogging Dirt Work

At c Clean-ups Raking
Hauling Mowing

Reasonable Rates Free Estimates
(850) 623-0493 Cell: 485-7977
Licensed & Insured





Affordable Lawn Care
and Maintenance
Pressure Washing Available

Commercial Residential

Mike Pickard, Sr.
850-516-6914
850-623-1081 /


A loving mom with
7 years of professional
cleaning experience
and many years of practical
experience does not wish to
return to the full time workforce.
Dependable and trustworthy.
Please call
Teresa for a free estimate
375-0520



leed Wa Rapi?

C Gerald Vaughn
: Realtor
Direct: (850) 287-1205
Fax: (8501994-0116




EXIT REALTY N.F.J.
PENSACOLA. PACE GULF BREEZE NAVARRE



K & N Lawn Service
~Mowing-Edgin6
1-\ ~ Trimming
S -Debri Removal
HLicensed & Insured
REASONABLE










Bush Hogging & Discing, Dirt Work
Demrnoliic'ton & Hauling
Land Cleanng & Backhoe Worn

516-1801 or 675-4291

Owner
PAUL STEWART


Copyrighted Material
Syndicated Content R M

Available from Commercial News Providers


* Oe S. .. ~




















S m~ ~


U


Order or Renew Your Subscription

in the Month of May and SAVE!


Current Rate New Rate
Senior Citizen $28__ $32

Regular Rate $34 $39

Out ofNew Rates Effective June 1, $62

New Rates Effective June 1, 2009


6629 Elva Street Milton, Fl 32570
623-2120


Your Ad

Could Be Here



623-2120


Tl.l





Wednesday, May 27, 2009


Classifieds


Santa Rosa's Press Gazette I B9


pursuant to subsection Found Golden Re-
713.78'-of the Florida triever, Chow and
Statutes. COOK'S Shepherd mix. Golden
PAINT & BODY SHOP tan color. Wearing
INC. reserves the right choke chain collar.
to accept or reject any Found in are of Central
and/ or all bids. High School. 983-0033
1G1JF524317290218 FOUND
2001 CHEVROLET Quintette Road. Female
CAVELIER Beagle. White with
brown markings. 10 to
052709 20 lbs. 449-7827
052709
5/684 OLD PHOTOGRAPH
From the '30's or
Legal 5/685 '40's
Name on back is
NOTICE OF ACTION Vesta Harrison
Eddlaward.
BEFORE THE BOARD Once lived in Milton
OF NURSING Call (850) 994-6651
IN RE:The license to
practice nursing of '
Doll R. James, C.N.A. .I- ""
4891 Teawood Drive
Pace, Florida 32571 .
CASE NO.:
2007-06219
LICENSE NO.: CNA PETS & ANIMALS
112381 2100 Pets
2110 -Pets Free to


The Department of
Health has filed an Ad-
ministrative Complaint
against you, a copy of
which may be obtained
by contacting, Michael
G. Lawrence, Jr Assis-
tant General Counsel,
Prosecution Services
Unit, 4052 Bald Cy-
press Way, Bin #C65,
Tallahassee Florida
32399-3265, (850)
245-4640
If no contact has been
made by you, concem-
ing the above by July 1,
2009, the matter of the
Administrative Com-
plaint will be presented
at an ensuing meeting
of the Board of Nursing
in formal proceeding.
In accordance with the
Americans with Disabili-
ties Act, persons need-
ing a special accom-
modation to participate
in this proceeding
should contact the indi-
vidual or agency send-
ing this notice not later
than seven days prior
to the proceeding at
the address given on
the notice. Telephone:
(850) 245-4640,
1-800-955-8771 (TDD)
or 1-800-955-8770(V),
via Florida Relay Serv-
ice.
052709
060309
061'009
061709
5/685
Legal 5/686.
NOTICE OF INTENT
TO CONSIDER AN
ORDINANCE
The reading and. adop-
tion of the following
proposed Ordinance
by the Board of County
Commissioners of
Santa Rosa County, is
scheduled for 9:30
a.m., June 11, 2009, in
the Commissioners
meeting room at the
County Administrative
Complex, located at
6495 Caroline Street,
Milton, Florida.
AN ORDINANCE RE-
LATING TO SANTA
ROSA COUNTY,
FLORIDA; AMENDING
ORDINANCE 2002-02.
RELATING TO FIRE
SAFETY STANDARDS;
AMENDING SECTION
FOUR INSPECTIONS;
PROVIDING FOR
CODIFICATION; AND,
PROVIDING AN EF-
FECTIVE DATE.
The Ordinance may be
inspected by the public
prior to the above
scheduled meeting at
the Office of the Clerk
of Courts, BOCC Sup-
port Services Depart-
ment, 6495 Caroline
Street, Milton, Florida.
All interested parties
should take notice that
if they decide to appeal
any decision made by
the Board of County
Commissioners with re-
spect to any matter
coming before said
Board at said meeting,
it is their individual re-
sponsibility to insure
that a record of the pro-
ceedings they are ap-
pealing exists and for
such purpose they will
need .to insure that a
verbatim record of the
proceeding is made,
which record shall in-
clude the testimony
and the evidence upon
which their appeal is to
be based. Interested
parties may appear at
the meeting and be
heard with respect to
these proposed ordi-
nances.
052709 (1)
5/686


Good Home
2120 Pet Supplies
2130 Farm Animals/
Supplies
2140 Pets/Livestock
Wanted
2150 Pet Memorials


AKC Pedigree English
Mastiffs. Ready 6/10. 3
fawns and 3 brindles.
Parents on site.
(850)384-3726
Yorkle puppies. 10
weeks old. 2 males
$700 each, 1 female
$900. Shots are cur-
rent. 449-5845



Free Kittens
Gentle, 8 weeks, old
850-623-6058
FREE KITTENS
291-2102

V. '


23250

Cucumbers ready
NEW T A now. Tomatoes to
N W *follow. Curtis
Penton Farms
5pc Microfiber living rm 675-4111
set. Still in crate. Retail


a15 9, only o$599 Can
separate. 850-471-0330


NEW rOiAY
Brand new Pillowtop
mattress Queen & foun-
dation, Fact. warr. $160
850-255-3050 Deliv avail
Corner china cabinet
with glass front plus


3280
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


storage. Cherry finish.
Excellent condition.
$250. 994-4875 30

Oak TV stand with 41"
UW TfAu lY big screen TV, works
NfW I reat, cable ready
$950; Antique, porce-
King Mattress and 2 pc lain sink with metal
box set. New, in plastic base $200. (850)
Pillowtop Only $225. 850 994-8851 / 449-8129
471_0330r Can deliver


Wood computer- desk.
Call 626-7493, after
5pm


'1 3230
Multi-family yard sale
New & used clothing,
furniture, books, lots of
misc. 6747 Trammel
Dr. Turn by Serenity
Gardens. Fri 29th Sat


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


5
s
It


30th ...... Fender Sq re Milton
30th Fender Squire 2/BR 2/BA, ceramic tile
THREE FAMILY Electric Guitar floors, laundry room.
YARD SALE Fender hard case & $600 damage deposit
June 5th & 6th Fender 12" dual chan- $600 monthly rent.
6572 Cedar Street nel amp with remote Available now. Ask for
7am until ? foot switch, foot con- Sheree 623-2500 or
Many Items! trolled digital effects 450-5339
processor with
wah-wah pedal, guitar Milton
stan ndand all cables Duplex-2/1. Refrigera-
Excellent condition! tor, D.W., stove, W/D
3240 $600. Call 226-6754 hookups. 6461 Maddox
Rd., $500 month/$500
Gun Show dep. 261-9131
FWB
Fairgrounds 3340 Milton
MOVE IN SPECIAL
May 30 & 31 Golf Equipment. Corn- 1/BR furnished or un-
*Sat. 9-5 plete set of golf clubs furnished. No dogs.
n i for sale. Irons include 3 Has laundry room, in
*Sun. 10-4 to PW and Gap ground swimming
Free Parking Wedge, lob wedge and pool, in walking dis-
(407) putter. Woods are Tay- tance to stores, res-
lor Made Driver, fairway taurants, etc.$599 in-
275-7233 wood and utility rescue cludes deposit, credit
floridagunshows.com woods. All in very good check & 1st months
condition. Also in- rent. Emerald Sands
eluded are golf bag, 712-9968
oush cart. travel golf


-Business


S & Financial


S opbortuniiies


















S they go fast


a deposit will hold yours!

Baby Lovebirds
82996 or 2/250

Baby Sun Conures
Baby Senegals
Baby Cockatiels


we carry
Top Quality Bird Food
Essential Harvest (Daily Greens)
Morning Bird, Avitech, Vetafarm
Mon, Tues, Thurs, Fri & Sat- 9,-4
Closed Sunday & Wednesday
994-4466
5186 HwY 90
PACE, FL 32571
(Across from Lowe's)
www.rhondaosaviory.com


bag cover, shag bag
and 12 dozen golf
balls. All for just
$225.00. Physical prob-
lems prevent me from
playing golf. 981-1064


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

Drivers
needed.
1-850-288-0698

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


Milton. lbd/lba $525
mo. 2bd/lba $575 mo.
$250 dep. Water, trash
pick-up. Move-in spe-
cial. No credit check.
No Pets. Call 983-2969

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

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


REL .ESA FOR. RE
6100 Business/
Commercial
6110 Apartments
6120 Beach Rentals
6130 Condo/Townhouse
6140 Hlouse Rentals
6150 Roommate Wanted
6160 Rooms for Rent
6170 Mobile Home/Lot
6180 Out-of-Town Rentals
6190 -Timeshare Rentals
6200 Vacation Rentals




Milton
Commercial building
for rent. Located on
Stewart Street. 5 offices
with reception area and
receiving room. Will
consider renting unit as
a whole or individual
offices. Rent based on
space that you need.
Recently renovated. In-
ternet accessible.
255-4004

Milton Great Stewart
Street location profes-
sional office space
available various sizes
affordable rent w/ paid
utilities, internet acces-
sible. 255-4004


Andora ~ Deer Run

Country Village


Now Accepting Applications

For I & 2 Bedroom

Apartments

Call 994-4353 &


Circulation'

Questionsi


or Woes?


1 -800-345-8688


I 6110 | 6170 7160
MOVE IN SPECIAL 2 bedrooms with front 0 Down
Milton kitchen. Total electric M W. J For all land owners
Off Avalon Blvd. No pets. $350 month. Your land oi family
2/BR 1/BA, cathedral Military, Senior Citizens I land. All Credit O.t
ceilings, Lge kitchen, & HUD Discount. East 850-682-3344
laundry room. No Gate Mobile Home REAL ESTATE FOR SLE
Dogs. $599 includes Ranch. 850-686-8973 7100 Homes Get ou share of the
deposit, credit check 7105 Open Houses GUovernment
& 1st months rent. 2005 Cavalier. Zone 3 7110 Beach Home/ Bailout...
712 9968 mobile home. 3 bed- Property
rooms. Excellent condi- 7120 Commercial Receive up to $8000 tc
tion, like new. 7130 Condo/Townhouse help buy your nei
MOVE IN SPECIAL 266-4431 7140 Farms & Ranches home... Call Claytoi
Milton __7150 Lots and Acreage Homes of Crestview fc
Off Avalon Blvd. 14x80 3 bd/2ba 6529 7160 Mobile Homes details 850-683-0758
2/BR 2/BA with laun- Robie Rd. $585 mth. 7170 Waterfront
dryroom. Up stairs $350 dep. 623-5062 or 710 Investment NewGOVern-
with balcony. Water 554-7830 7190 out-of-Town ment Financing
included. No dogs. Real Estate Program!
$599 includes de- 2/1 New paint, covered 7200 Timeshare On all 3 or 4 Bed
posit, credit check & porch & outside stor- ron omal or 4 loBew a
1st months rent age. Garbage fur- 4.75ms tes No Crediw a
712-9968 nished. $425 mo, $425 Bad Credit OK Ca
NEW CARPET, VERY Re Calty at 626-8959 or 7100 Clayton Homes ofCre
CLEAN. 1 bedroom. 377-6787 stview 850-683-0758
Non-smoking env. No- R A
pets. $500 month, $250 3/2. Total electric. Dish- A GREAT
dep. (incl. water & washer, etc. East Gate
garbage) 626-0366 Mobile Homre Ranch
626-8973 .6
Chumuckla 602 Mooney
S 6140 | 2/2.. $450 month, $250 Rd. FWB
4107 Riddle Street deposit. 994-6212 or Kenwood AUTOMO
3/1, 1,200 sf. $695 994-8865 AUT OTIVE MAINE
month, $695 deposit. Beautiful brick 3 br, 2 8100-AnqueCollectIble
478-4607 Eric Gleaton Clean 14x70 MH 2br, ba, 2 cg. Close to 8100 Cars
Realty, Inc. 2ba. $500/mo + $300 bases on quiet half 8120-Sports Utility Vehicles
E. Milton dep./mo + $30 dea, acre corner lot. Built 8130-Trucks
Nice 3/2 with above No$400/mo + $300 dep.pe in 1994. Kitchen re- 8140-Vans
ground pool with deck No pets. 675-6614 cently updated with 8150-Commercial
Scar garage. $700 I N stainless steel appli- 8160 -Motorcycles
montcar garag700 dep. $700 E. MILTON ances. Corner FP in 8170 Auto Parts
554-5796 dep. 2/1 $350 month, $350 LR w/all brick hearth, & Accessories
554-5796 deposit. CH & A and vaulted ceilings, fresh 8210 -Boeats
Milton Cute ole Florida water included. Avail. paint, security sys- 8220- Personal watercraft
home. 3 br/1 ba, CH/A, 5/1. Call 623-2141. tern, updated elec- 8230 thaMarine
washer & dryer. Good tronic irrigation, large Supplies
location. Bike trails. Jay / Milton/ Pace screened porch un- 8245 Boat Slips & Docks
Schools. $700 mth Rentals 2 & 3 bed- der roof, chain link 8310 Aircraft/Aviation
$700 dep. 623-8365 rooms. $400-$650 per back yard perfect for 8320 -ATV/tff Road Vehicle:
Milton month. Section 8 / Hud pets. $294,900. Call 8330 Campers & Trailers
Like New accepted. 994-5703 850 226-6754 8340 Motorhomes
3/2 w/garage.
$850 mth-$800 dep. Milton (Bruce Lane) .....a.
Pets considered Includes water,, gar ---..---- .
501-0273 or 529-7899 bage and lawn service. | s110
pace 2/2 for $450 month. 2005 Toyota Camry LE
e om cottage.2/2 for $350/monthti 1o
2 bedroom cottage. Call 698-4582 Bank Owned Prop- 87K miles, 1 owne
3877 Wilkes Street -________erties Free Lists Must See! Lots of BE
Call Blumac Realty. Milton- Bagdad Cellstate Gulfcoast ras Located i (850)554-7940 a
981-1631 3 Bed 2-Bath in Park Realty 850-472-2500 (850)554-7940
Pace Total electric, no pets. CASH PAID
3578 Acy Lowery Rd. Incl water & garbage, CASHPAID
5br/4.5 baths; 3,614 sf. furn $475, month/ $250 Destin for junk cars
$1,895 mo. $1,895 dep. deposit. Off Da Lisa Destiny West, or trucks.
478-4607, Eric Gleaton Road. Bay Crest Realty By Owner Call:Running or3- not.9527
Realty, Inc. 994-7918 B Owner Call: 983-9527
aPlantytInc. Wood9- -Close to the beach, or 723-5048
Plantation Woods Beautiful 2 story
Subdivision $800 a Milton Beautiful 2 story
month. 3/2, 200 sq. ft. MOBILE HOMES FOR stucco, tile roof, 4 bd,
850-287-5338 or RENT. Between $300 2.5 bth on Paradise
321-946-2888 & $400 a month. Isle. 3255 sqft, neigh-
983-7259, 368-7506 borhood pool, tennis, 8130
Santa Rosa NorthMiltonBuilt in 2005. $820,000. 1991 GMC Sonorm
Santa Rosa North Milton Call 830-3287 for show- Auto.AM/FM cassette
Realty 2/2 Mobile Home on ing. Agents welcome, and bed liner. $1,00
623-0077 private lot. 6549 Stanly obo. 516-9580
*3/1 Home Geri St. Cir. Total Electric. $450 For Sale, Lease 2002 GMC Sierra.
$800 /rent, $250/dep. No o 2002 GMC Sierra
*2/2 Mobile Home pets. Bay Crest Realty Option or Rent wheel drive, new CD
Renee Cir. $550 994-7918 6439 Appaloosa Ave. radio system. TEEN!
*3/2 Mobile Home Remodeled, 3/2, 1216 DREAM. Many extras
Stanley Cir. $750 Pace sq. ft. $96,500 ($8,000 Will take pay off. Co
*3/2 Home Debbie 2/1 Mobile Home in tax credit) Call (850) lege student onl
Dr. $800 park, water & garbage 393-3084 needs bike in collegE
*3/1 Home Camille furnished. $435/rent area. 675-4614
Gardens $765 $250/dep. Total Elec-
*4/2 Home Hawks trick, no pets. TodHV "" "
Nest $1100 Bay Crest Realty. NEW 15:
*1/1 Home Stewart (850) 994-7918 N T Y 8170-
St $400
*4/2 HomeRidgeview Pace Lake Guntersville Tonneau Cover for
$1100 Three trailers and one Alabama Chevy v. As rain
Efficiency apartment. f o (white). Asking $60i
Water & garbage fur- Homesites from obo. 623-5863
nished. Nice and clean. $29,900
Low rates. 995-1717 1-888-446-5253 x.5199
East Milton Quiet Park-2/BR, 1/Bth g 8330
Private bathroom. Fe- $365 + dep. 2/BR, Waterfront 3700 sf,
male or male. $325 2/Bth $545 + Dep.,. W4baterfront 3700 sf/3ba Home on
plus $100 security de- Non-smoking envn, no Wrights Basi Ski1989 36' 8" Dutchman
posit. Frank 346-4789 pets. Sewer & Garbage He n, ravel Trailer. $4,000.
Incld HUD OK ALSO 850-623-678 23-5100 or 723-8802
Lot Rentals 626-1552
-. -*_ West Milton
."'tbiSO i.'G 3/BR 2/BA on private
Milton- room for rent. lot. Total electric, no v. -
furnished with-utilities pets. 5133 Ridgeway ., -.
incid. Private entry. Blvd. $60/mth
$100 wk. $300/dep. Bay Crest
850-384-2388 Realty
994-7918


REHAB OFFICE

COORDINATOR
UniHealth Post-Acute Care-
Santa Rosa, a well-respected
120-bed long-term care facility
located in Milton, Florida,
has an opening available for a
Rehab Office Coordinator.

This position is responsible for
the coordination of day to day
operations of the rehab depart-
ment including patient & thera-
pist scheduling, tracking and
reporting therapy utilization and
monitoring billing -& payroll sub-
mission. Additional duties
include assisting the Therapy
Outcomes Coordinator in other
operations and clerical duties.
High School diploma is
required.
We are offer a supportive,
friendly work environment,
and excellent compensation
and benefits.
Please contact
Glenn Gargano,
Rehab Recruiter, at
(850) 983-8888.
Email resume to:
GGargano@uhs-pruitt.com
Visit our website at:
www.uhs-pruitt.com s
EOE/M/F/DN.


HOT JOBS


NOW!

Overhead Door has openings for
Service Techs and Installers.
Ideal applicants will possess five
or more years experience with
residential and commercial products,
have good driving record, and be able
to pass background check and drug
screen. Ability to lift heavy loads and
work in typical construction site
conditions is required.
To apply, call 850-983-2520


The Press Gazette has an opening in marketing and sales.
The successful candidate will possess an out-going personali-
ty, a desire to succeed, the knowledge that the customer is
always right and a strong desire to join a winning team.


*, i NECESSARY SKILLS
S' INCLUDE, but are not
4W limited to:

Computer skills
Strong organization skills
.4 Fantastic communication
.iJ skills
Fluent in these programs:
Microsoft Word
Excel
Powerpoint

The Press Gazette and its parent company Florida Freedom
offer a great benefit package and plenty of leads. The Press
Gazette is an equal opportunity employer; Send resumes to:

Sales Opening
Jim Fletcher
Press Gazette
6629 Elva Street
Milton, FL 32570


:n
orr




d-


























as
as
















la


9t
)0


3310




1R 0 I Santan Rosn's Press Gazette


John F. Sturm
President and CEO

The Reality About Newspapers

In the past two years, the newspaper business has faced unprecedented financial challenges. The
economic meltdown and advertising recession have hit our industry hard. But make no mistake about
this: newspaper media print and digital remains strong and will emerge from the current
environment an even stronger multi-platform force.

Here is the reality about newspapers today:

1. Myth: No one reads newspapers anymore.

Reality: More than 104 million adults read a print newspaper every day, more than 115 million
on Sunday. That's more people than watch the Super Bowl (94 million), American Idol (23
million) 'or'that typically watch the late local news (65 million).

2. Myth: Young people no longer read newspapers.

Reality: 61 percent of 18-24 year olds and 25-34 year olds read a newspaper in an average week and
65 percent of them read a newspaper or visited a newspaper website in the past week.

3. Myth: Newspaper readership is tanking.

Reality: Average weekday newspaper readership declined a mere 1.8 percent between 2007 and
2008, and about 7 percent since its peak in 2002. Compare that to the 10 percent decline seen in the
prime time TV audience in 2007 alone. Meanwhile, newspapers' Web audience has grown nearly
75 percent since 2004, to 73 million unique visitors a month.

4. Myth: Many newspapers are going out of business.

Reality: Newspapers, as individual businesses, by and large remain profitable enterprises -
with operating margins that Wall Street analysts estimate will generally average in the low to
mid teens during 2009. While that may be down from historical highs, such margins would be
the envy of many other industries today. As consultant John Morton said in a recent American
Journalism Review article, "Overall, the beleaguered newspaper industry's financial health
has been weakened but remains healthy by most measures. In this environment, that is an
achievement."

5. Myth: Newspaper advertising doesn't work.

Reality: Google's own research shows that 56 percent of consumers researched or purchased
products they saw in a newspaper. Google also says that newspaper advertising reinforces online
ads: 52 percent are more likely to buy products if they see it in the paper.

6. Myth: There are no creative options in newspapers.

Reality: Newspaper advertising options have exploded and now include shape and polybag ads,
post-it notes, "we prints,' shingle spadeas, scented ads, taste-it ads, glow-in-the-dark, belly bands
and temporary tattoos, as well as event and database marketing, behavioral targeting, e-mail
blasts, e-newsletters and more.

7. Myth: If newspapers close, you will still be able to get news from other sources.

Reality: Newspapers make a larger investment in journalism than any other medium. Most of
the information you read from "aggregators" and other media originated with newspapers. No
amount of effort from local bloggers, non-profit news entities or TV news sources could match
the depth and breadth of newspaper-produced content.

This is not a portrait of a dying industry. It's illustrative of transformation. Newspapers are reinventing
themselves to focus on serving distinct audiences with a variety of products, and delivering those
audiences effectively to advertisers across media channels.

For more on the power of newspaper media, visit www.newspapermedia.com.





John F. Sturm
NAA President and CEO

Newspaper Association of America
4401 Wilson Blvd., Suite 900, Arlington, VA 22203
571-366-1000


A A
iK a ^ ^ S ^ad'c;;;''S-;;SiaWW W '-?,^<**,*:y *^-*(\y*S:tQYl% ::^*.*A-


T ,Loca


WP 0 %r I oul Ilu F\Uau a I I aa JL-Jki%-".L


Wednesday, May 27, 2009


w




University of Florida Home Page
© 2004 - 2010 University of Florida George A. Smathers Libraries.
All rights reserved.

Acceptable Use, Copyright, and Disclaimer Statement
Last updated October 10, 2010 - - mvs