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Graduations at Pace and Central High School held
their ceremonies without any issues or problems.
Prior to the ceremony. Pace Principal Frank Lay
gave his instructions to the Class of 2009. Pace High
School has become the focus of an ACLUi lawsuit filed
in 2008.
After the ACLUi sought a contempt charge against
an employee for actions at a banquet, the Santa Rosa
County School Board handed down a policy on who
could speak at graduation.
Due to this Lay focused on a few things while the class
sat in Patriot Gym, prior to their walk to the football sta-
dium, which was standing room only.
"First I want you to know we have a
huge sound system that we didn't have
at practice." said Lay. "It is so big you
would think the Rolling Stone were go-
ing to be in concert. Second there is me-
dia here from everywhere and third I am
very proud of this class.
..My only regret is that I don't know
everyone by name. They say the brain
has the power to know everyone in this
class, but I am sorry I have not done that
but each of you have worked hard and
are what makes this the best school pe-
riod."
Lay told his students to go out and
that the word of the night is class.'
At the end of the ceremony the stu-
dents silently raised and bowed their
heads to recite the Lord's Prayer.
Central treated it just. like another day with no
events occurring.
At Pace the graduates went out there as some
adorned the top of their caps with crosses.
But the speeches did not cause any problems,
instead their excited a crowd that was even bigger
than seen at the last Pace-Milton football game host-
ed by Pace.
Valedictorian Kevin Gilniore charged his class-
mates with a mission in life and to stand up for what
they 'believed in as he closed his speech with a word
of advice.
"Don't let the bastards grind you downn" said Gilm-


Navarre Pier caps a successful start to construction


JENI BOOKER SENTER
jsenter@srpressgazette.com
The Santa Rosa County
Board of County Commission-
ers, Ed Waters and Sons Con-
tracting Company and PBS&J
celebrated the progress of con-
struction on the new Navarre
Beach Pier on Thursday. The
event took place at the new
Navarre Beach Pier construc-
tion site located at 8579 Gulf
Boulevard.
The public was invited to
attend the event that featured
the setting of the pier's pile cap
number two.


A pile cap is one of the three
main components of the pier.
Its function is to tie together
that particular group of piles
(consisting of three to four
pilings depending on the loca-
tion on the pier) into one solid
structure.
Beams (four -10 beams de-
pending on the location on the
pier) then span from one cap
to another tying together two
bents of pilings.
These beams then develop
into your main supports of the
decking of the pier.

See NAVARRE PIER A9


Three local men

sent to prison on child

pornography charges

United States Attorney Thom-
as E Kirwin, Northern District of
Florida, announced today that Dale
Brunette, 44, of Pensacola, Shawn
Workman, 36, of Defuniak Springs
and Charles Cunningham, 66, of Gulf
Breeze, Florida were sentenced
on Thursday afternoon for posses-
sion of child pornography. Each de-
fendant had previously pled guilty
in three separate cases to federal
charges stemming from an investi-
gation led by U.S. Immigration and
Customs Enforcement.
The nationwide investigation tar-
geted those who were utilizing In-
ternet payment mechanisms, such
as "PayPal," to order monthly sub-
scriptions to "member restricted"
child pornography websites. The
defendants were able to access an
unlimited amount of. child pornog-
raphy every month they paid for a
subscription. Financial records led
Immigration and Customs Enforce-
ment to these defendants, as well as
others throughout the country, and
search warrants were executed on
their homes. Each of the three men
was found in possession of child por-
nography
Each defendant was sentenced
to a term in federal prison: 'Bru-
nette, a truck driver, was sentenced
to 6 1/2 years, Workman, a forminer
active duty and reserve member
of the United States Air Force, was
sentenced to 6 1/2 years, and Qun-
ningham, a real estate broker, was
sentenced to 5 years. In announcing
the sentences, United States Dis-
trict Judge M. Casey Rodgers noted
how destructive the sexual exploita-
tion of children is to society. Judge
Rodgers niade it clear that penalties
in these cases need to be strong in
order to both punish the defendants
and to deter theirs from engaging in
this type of criminal activity.
Each of these cases was brought
as part of the Northern District of
Florida's "Project Safe Childhood"
effort, a national initiative aimed
at combating the proliferation of
technologyfacilitated sexual exploi-
tation crimes against children. The
Department of Justice launched the
program in May 2006. Led by United
States Attorneys' Offices and the
Criminal Division's Child Exploita-
tion and Obscenity Section (CEOS),
Project Safe Childhood marshals
Federal, state and local resources
to better locate, apprehend, and
prosecute individuals who exploit
children via the Internet. For more
information about, please visit the
official website at www.project-
safechildhood.com.
The investigation was spear-
headed by Immigration and Cus-
toms Enforcement and the North
Florida Internet Crimes Against
Children Task Force. These cases
were prosecuted by Assistant Unit-
ed States Attorneys David L. Gold-
berg and Randall J. Hensel.itiative
aimed at combating the prolifera-
tion of technologyfacilitated sexual
exploitation crimes -against chil-
dren. The Department of Justice
launched the program in May 2006.
Led by United States Attorneys'
Offices and the Criminal Division's
Child Exploitation and Obscenity
Section (CEOS), Project Safe Child-
hood marshals federal, state and
local resources to better locate, ap-
prehend, and prosecute individuals
who exploit children via the Inter-
net. For more information about,
please visit the official website at
www.projectsafechildhood.com.
The investigation was spear-
headed by Immigration and Cus-'
toms Enforcement and the North
Florida Internet Crimes Against
Children Task Force. These cases
were prosecuted by Assistant Unit-
ed States Attorneys David L. Gold-
berg and Randall J. Hensel.


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Obituary

Michael Jay Johnson


1958-2009
Michael Jay Johnson,
age 50, of Milton, passed
away Tuesday, May 19,2009.
Michabl was born Dec. 9,
1958, in Boston to the late
Charles Johnson and Joan
Schmidt Johnson.
Michael moved to Milton
in 1961. He worked at the
Circle K on Stewart Street
and enjoyed reading, Civil
War memorabilia and
cooking.
Survivors include a


brother John Johnson;
and a sister Jean
(Charles) Taylor, all of
Arnonville, La.
Interment will be in
Serenity Memorial Gardens
in Milton at a later date.
National Cremation &
Burial Society of Milton has
been entrusted with the
arrangements.
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BILL GAMBLING I Press Gazette
Thursday, Wal-Mart in Pea Ridge
awarded several groups and
organizations with $1,000 dona-
tions. Those groups receiving the
donations included the Pace Area
Band Boosters, Family Resources
Program of Santa Rosa County,
Northwest Florida Blood Center,
ARC of St~nta Rosa, Inc., Ronald
McDonald House, Loaves and
Fishes Soup Kitchen, Favor House, Promise of Santa Rosa County, Inc., Pensacola Habitat for Hu-
Santa Rosa Kids House, Gulf Friends of the Pace Library, Santa manity, Milton High Band. Boost-
Coast Zoological Society, Family Rosa County Creek Indian Tribe, ers, and Manna Food Bank.


Speak OUT


Sunday, 8:18 p.m.
Yes, this is Thomas
from Pace. I would like
to complain about some-
thing. I recently traveled
on Ward Basin Road from
Mulat Road to the Ava-
lon Fire Department and
lately I have noticed the
front of my truck shimmy-
ing. The road is so bad you
cannot drive at a normal
speed. The county needs
to do something about it
before the people charge
the county for, alignments.

Sunday, 10:51 a.m.
I want to say how proud
I am of our graduating stu-
dents this year. It is their
God given right to speak
and thank God if they want
to. They work 12 hard
years to get where they got
and if they want to say God
helped them, which he did,
they should. God has given
them free speech. All these


communist don't like this
they can go back to where
they came from.

Sunday, 9 a.m.
Yes, this is Lynn. I
would like to congratulate
Pace for standing up for
what they believe in. Good
luck to you and I appreci-
ate the great job you did at
your graduation. The two
who wanted to cause all of
this mess you should have
been home schooled and
not caused this mess or
not go to school at all.

Saturday, 7:50 p.m.
In reference to the boy
who can't make his own
decision on his chemo and
treatment of his cancer.
He doesn't have a right be-
cause the judges won't let
him. Hospice can and usu-
ally do make these decision
for people. And also I read
where someone said the


ACLJ would represent the
school board for free. That
is not true because every
Saturday night Jay Sucka-
loe is on television begging
for money So it is not free;
nothing is for free.

Saturday, 4:44 p.m.
Hi this is April. I want to
comment about the Pace
Band. I do understand the
need to practice for com-
petition. They practice
five days a week. But it
would be nice to not have
the same show on a Friday
night for the home fans,

Saturday, 8:48 p.m.
Hi this is Ron. I just
read "Obey or not to obey"
about the consent decree.
That is a ridiculous let-
ter. There is nothing to
say the kids can't pray, It
is just the prayer can't be
led by a school employee.
On the next page of your


pager there is a list of 150
churches that would love
those kids to come pray.
School is for learning;
church is for praying.

Friday, 8:38 a.m.
This is Jessie from
Pace. I would like to talk
about this stuff going on
about the schools. The
two students who filed the
lawsuit. They will have to
answer for there's later.
But what they messed up
on is when they took God
out of the classroom. Now
students are taking sexual
photos of themselves on
the bus and they bust out
peoples windows. God
bless Frank Lay. The two
cowards need to be rain
out of the country on a
split rail.
If you have a short
comment you would like
to make, call the Speak
Out line at 623-5887.


Elected OFFICIALS


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

STATE GOVERNMENT
Rep. Greg Evers: 5224 Willing St., Milton, FL
32570, 983-5550. E-mail: evers.greg@leg.state.fl.us.
Sen. Durell Peaden Jr, 598 N. Ferdon Blvd., Suite
100, Crestview, FL 32536, 850-689-0556.
Gov. Charlie Crist: PL5O The Capitol, 400 S.


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HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES
Rep. Jeff Miller: 1535 Longworth House Office
Building, Washington, D.C., 20515; phone (local) 479-
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Washington, D.C. 20500; phone 202-456-1414.

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


Milton, FL 32570, 983-0413. E-mail is scottdl@mail.
santarosa:k12.fl.us.
District 2: Hugh Wigkles, 5684 Nicklous Lane,
Milton, FL 32570, 623-6299. E-mail is winkleseh@
mail.santfrosa.k12.fl.us.
District 3: Diane Coleman, 9400 Octavia oLane,
Navorre, FL 32566, 939-2661. E-mail is colemonmd@
mail.sontarosa.k12.fl.us.
District 4: JoAn n J. Simpson, 5059 Faircloth St.,
Pace 32571, 994-5446. E-mail is simpsonjj@mail.
santarosa.k12.fl.us.
District 5: Edward Gray III, 1 Gray Oaks Lane, Gulf
Breeze, FL 32561,850-932-6287. E-mail is grnyem@
*nail.santarosa.k12.fl.us.
The Santa Rosa County School Board meets at 6:30
p.m. second and fouth Thursdays at 5086 Conal St.,
Milton. Phone: 983-5000.

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


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Santa Rosa Sheriff's REPORT


The following arrests were
made from April 30th to May
10th.

Fitzgerald. Daniel Wayne;
Male; 43; 7541 Hwy. 90, Milton;
Probation Violation-Felony.
4/30/09. .
Mullins. Sr.. Danny Lee;
Male; 51; 5044 East Lake Road,
Milton; Evidence-Destroying
Tamper With or Fabricate Physi-
cal. 4/30/09-.1
Brewer. Jr.. Kenneth Wayne;
Male; 22; 2212 Fulva Dr., Navarre;
Robbery With Firearm. 4/30/09.
Brown, Donovan Martin;
Male; 21; 8189 Hartington Drive,
Navarre; Public Order Crimes-
Commit 1st Degree Misde Wear-
ing Mask or Hood (2 cts.), Weapon
Offense-Use Display Etc Firearm
During Felony (2 cts.), Robbery
With Firearm (2 cts.). 4/30/09.
Chapman, Laurie Ann; Fe-
mniale; 37; 2118 North "S" Street;
Pensacola; Drive While Lic Susp
1st Off, Fraud-Imperson False ID
Given to LEO, Use of False ID Ad-
versely Affects Another. 4/30/09.
Dunn, Donna Sue; Female;
32; 5416 Barcelona St., Pace; Pro-
bation Violation-Felony Offense
-4/30/09. *
Cheshire, William Fredrick;
Male; 46; 307 S. Sunset Dr., Gulf
Breeze; .DUI. 4/30/09.
Davison, Joshua Jerome;
Male; 20; 3812 Martin Luther
King Dr., Pensacola; Probation
Violation-Felony 4/30/09.
Gibhbs, Tony Allen; Male; 41;
7527 Blackjack Circle, Navarre;
Lewd Lasciv-Molest Vic Less 12
YOA Offender 18 YOA or Older (2
cts.). 4/30/09.
Matthews, Wesley Kyle; Male;
22; 8119 Menorca St., Navarre;
Commiiit 1st Deg Misd Wearing
Mask or Hood, Weaponr Offense-
Use Display Etc Firearm During
Felony, Robbery With .Firearm.
4/30/09.
Morgan, Andrew Lee; Male;
25; 2655 Oxmore Dr., Navarre;
Commit 1st Degree Misd Wear-
ing Mask or Hood, Use Display
Etc Firearm During Felony, Rob-
bery With Firearm. 4/30/09
Landers, Anthony Brian;
Male; 45; 4036 Scottsdale Ave.,


Pace; Failure to Appear for Felo-
ny Offense. 4/30/09.
Lacy, Thomas Lee; Male;
54; Address Unknown; Fraud (3
cts.), Dealing In Stolen Property
(3 cts.), Larceny 4/30/09.
Bennett, Kevin Augustus;
Male; 20; 7171 Admiral Halsey
Court, Milton; Probation Viola-
tion-Felony 5/2/09.
Henderson, Lewis Bryan;
Male; 36;.7564 Justin Ln, Milton;
Criminal Attempt Solicit Con-
spire 2nd Degree Felony Larc-
20K Dolfs Less Than 100K Dols,.
Arson-Burn With Intent to De-
fraud Insurer. 5/1/09.
Holley, Jeremy Dustin; Male;
36; 3885 Legend Creek Dr., Pace;
Probation Violation-Felony.
5/1/09.
Hudson, Marcail Lefay; Male;
31; 6525 Hunter St., Milton; Fail-
ure to Appear for Felony Offense.
5/2/09.
Tuttle, Robert Edward; Male;
23; 4024 Thomas St., Pace; Proba-
tion Violation-Felony 5/2/09.
Baxlgy, Kenneth Glenn; Male;
60; 2289 Chapparel St., Navarre;
Possess Cocaine. 5/2/09.
Hinson, Matthew Paul; Male;
30; 3910 Ranch Rd, Pace; Larc-
Theft is $300 or More Less Than
$5,000, Dealing In Stolen Prop-
erty. 5/1/09..
Skipper, Joseph Samuel;
Male; 35; 6705 Buddys Ln, Pace;
Cruelty Toward Child-Infliction of
Physical or Mental Injury. 5/1/09-
Howington. Eduardo Ramon;
Male; 26; 8836 Rooster Run Drive,
Milton; Aggravated Battery. 5/09.
Crow, Christopher Thomas;
Male; 24; 3500 Oakgate Drive,
San Antonio, TX; DUI Alcohol or
Drugs 2nd Offense. 5/2/09
Decrow, Robbie Michael;
Male; 44; 4737 Dean Dr., Pace;
DUI. 5/2/09.
Heaton, Holly Annetfe; Fe-
male; 34; 4918 Horace Lunsford
Rd, Milton; DUI. 5/3/09.
Hutchinson, Daniel Ruben;
Male; 28; 5082 Patterson Lane,
Milton.
Robinson, Kristin Knehr;
Female; 26;,1020 Antiqua Circle,
Pensacol1; DUI. 5/3/09.
Schroeder, Paula Ann; Fe-
male; 46; 4254 N Auckland Rd.,


Pace; DUI. 4/30/09.
Wilkinson, James Edward;
Male 51; 6479 Fleet Ave, Milton;
DUI. 5/1/09.
Copeland, Michael Wayne;
Male;. 27; 5367 Cathy St., Mil-
ton; Probation Violation-Felony.
5/4/09.
Day, Christopher Michael;
Male; 31; 2913 Glenn St., Gulf
Breeze; Probation Violation-Fel-
ony. 5/4/09.
Owens, Lisa Marie; Female;
27; 7 Cherekee Rd, Shalimar; Pro-
bation ViolationLFelony. 5/4/09.
Crocker. III, ,Elmo' NMN;
Male; 26; 1815 Atlanta Ave., Pen-
sacola; Drive While Lic Susp Ha-
bitual Offender. 5/4/09.
Rigby, Shawn James; Male;
24; 327 Larkin St., Pensacola;
Drive While Lic Susp Habitual
Offender. 5/4/09.
Banks, Timothy Michael;
Male; 28; 3238 Redwood Ln, Gulf
Breeze; DUI. 5/4/09.
Bradley, Nathaniel Dean;
Male; 21; 6026 Cheyenne Dr, Mil-
ton; Probation Violation-Felony.
5/5/09. -
Brown, Rasheem Antonio;
Male; 24; 5850 East Milton Rd
(Santa Rosa CI), Milton; Battery
on Detention Facility Employee
W/Fluids. 5/5/09.
Carlsoni,.David Lee; Male; 22;
7812 Fleetwood Dr., Milton; Flee/
Elude Police-Flee W/Disregard of
Safety to Persons or Prop, Drive
While Lic Susp 2nd Off, Aggrav
Asslt W/Deadly Weapon W/O In-
tent to Kill. 5/5/09.
'Clayborne, Tyrone Maurice;
Male; 46; 204 Revere Dr., Ft.'Wal-
ton Beach; Failure to Appear for
Felony Offense, Flee Elude LEO
With Lights Siren Active, Drive
While Lie Susp 1st Off. 5/5/09.
Faith, Susan Kay; Female; 47;
'4229 Testoh Dr., Milton; Proba-
tion Violation-Felony 5/5/09.
Garner, -Alonzo Fernando;
Male; 26; 9905 Ferris St., Jack-
sonville, FL; Veh Theft-Grand
3rd Degree. 5/5/09.
Davis, Shannon Marene; Fe-
male; 31; 5240 Nimitz Rd, Mil-.
ton;. Damage Prop-Crim Misch
$200 and Under,- Burgl of Dwell-
ing Unarmed No Asslt or Batt,
Larc-Theft is $300 or More But


Less Than $5,000, Larc Grand
of Firearm, Fraud-Utter False
Instrument. 5/5/09.
Polis,. Jr., Thomas Michael;
Male; 36; 8423 Indian Ford Rd,
Milton; Probation Violation-Fel-
ony. 5/5/09.
Sams, Christopher Edward
Osborne; Male; 18; 6286 Cottage
Woods Dr., Milton; Probation Vio-
lation-Felony. 5/5/09.
Schupp, James William;
Male; 22; 3126 Gibbs Dr., Crest-
view; Probation Violation-Felony.
5/5/09.
PRIlz. Joseph Thomas; Male;
18; 214 B Stephen Ave., Mary Es-
ther FL; Flee/Elude Police-Fail
to Obey LEO Order to Stop, DUI
and Damage Property, Liquor
Possess By Person Under 21 YOA
1st Off, Resist Officer Obstruct
W/O Violence. 5/5/09.
Verhonich, Curtis W; Male;
50; 6316 East Shore Dr., Pensac-
ola; Probation Violation-Felony.
5/5/09. I
Carlisle, Raymond Scott;
Male; 45; 205 Navarre St., Gulf
Breeze; Arson-1st Degree Dwell-
ing Building People Present.,
5/6/09.
Driskell, Shawn Lorraine;
Female; 45; 6587 Lee St., Mil-
ton; Probation Violation-Felony.
5/6/09.
Gavette, Gary Albert; Male;
46; 1779 Galvez Dr., Gulf Breeze;
Burgl Unoccupied Conveyance
Unarmed, Larc-Petit 1st Degree
Property $100 to Under $300,
Damage Prop-Crim Misch. $200
and Under, Burgl Unoccupied
Structure Unarmed, Larc-Theft
is $300. or More But Less Than
$5,000. 5/6/09.
King, Donald Ray; Male; 30;
6238 Cottage Woods Dr., Milton;
Sex Asslt-By 24 YOA Older Sex
Batt Vict 16 or 17 YOA (13 cts.)
5/6/09.
McElroy, Joseph Wayne;
Male; 27; 4219 Baywood, Pensac-
ola; Drive While Lic Susp 3rd or
Subseq Off..5/5/09.
Birkley, Kelly Lloyd; Male;
45; 9317 East River Dr., Navarre;
DUI. 5/6/09.
Engel, Adam James; Male; 23;
5009 Soundside Dr., Gulf Breeze;
DUI. 5/6/09.


Council Anthony Antwon;
Male; 36; 1668 Nomad St., Cocoa,
,FL; Probation Violation-Felony.
5/7/09.
Davis, G Don; Male; 64; 1356
Sterling Point Dr., Gulf Breeze,
FL; Lewd Lascv-Molest Victim
Less 12 YOA Offender 18 YOA or
Older. 5/7/09.
Fulk, William Earl; Male; 28;
5608 Heather Way, Milton; Cru-
elty Toward Child at That Could
Result in Phys Mental Injury, Re-
sist Officer With Violence, Resist
Officer Obstruct W/O Violence.
5/7/09.
Hooper, Brenda Joyce; Fe-
male; 42; 9877 Chumuckla Hwy.,
Jay; Aggrav Battery-On Person
65 Years of Age or Older (domes-
tic violence).
Slack, Robert Anthony; Male;
26; 6407 Skyline Dr., Milton; Drive
on Permanently Revoked Driver
License, Probation Violation-Fel-
ony 5/7/09.,
Wright, Melanie Ann; Female;
24; 4204 Elvis Presley Dr., Milton;
Drugs-Possess Control Sub W/O
Prescription. 5/7/09.
Brown, David Ray; Male; 32;
2986 Ferris Dr., Navarre; Bat-
tery-Touch or Strike (domes-
tic violence), Battery-Touch or
Strike, Obstruct Police-Deprive
of Means Protection or Commu-
nication. 5/9/09.
Cummings, Chadwick Car-
roll; Male; 24; 2048 Heritage Pk-
way, Navarre; Probation Viola-
tion-Felony 5/8/09.
Hardee, LarryKenneth; Male;
37; 860 Molino Meadows Ct., Mo-
lino; Forgery of Alter License
Plate Validation Sticker, Drive
While Lic Susp 1st Off, Possess
Control Sub W/O Prescription,
Narcotic Equip-Possess And or
Use, Fraud-Impersonate False
ID Given to LEO. 5/10/09.
Hicks, Tawaina Ann; Female;
24; 2422 Clover Lane, Columbus,
GA; Larc-Grand Theft $5,000 ,or
More Less Than $10,000 (4 cts.).
5/8/09.
Nelson, Robin Michele; Fe-
male; 31; 4393 Trailer Park Ct,
Milton;, Aggrav Asslt W/Deadly
Weapon W/O Intent to Kill, Resist

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SHERIFF'S REPORT from page A3


Officer-Obstruct W/O Vio-
lence. 5/9/09.
Palmer, Michael Eu-
gene; Male; 64; 4122 Sandy
Bluff Dr. W Gulf Breeze;
Probation Violation-Felo-
ny. 5/8/09.


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PJC student to,

attend Cornell

Alessandro Bailetti, a
Pensacola Junior College
student who graduated
summa cum laude in May, is
a recipient of the 2009 Jack
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Affordable

Housing .Expo

Santa Rosa County and
the Santa Rosa Housing
Coalition will hold a free Af-
fordable Housing Expo with
an emphasis on credit and
home ownership on Satur-
day June 13 from 10 a.m.
to 2 p.m. at the Santa Rosa
County Auditorium located
at 4530 Spikes Way in Mil-
ton. The expo will help pro-
spective local homebuyers
wade through the complex
home buying process by
matching them with pro-
viders of affordable housing
and other housing services.
This exciting opportunity
will feature a workshop on
The Home Buying Process
and Home Purchase As-
sistance Programs. In ad-
dition, information on the
Santa Rosa County Home
Rehabilitation Program
and Habitat for Humanity
Homeownership Program
will be available.
Expo organizers hope
to empower families in at-
taining the best housing
solution that meets their
needs and to promote pub-
lic awareness of housing
opportunities for a wide
range of income levels with
an emphasis on low and
moderate-income house-
holds. With foreclosures on
the rise and the tightening
of lending practices, home-
buyers who are educated
on the home buying pro-
cess make better decisions
about how much home they
can realistically afford and
what it takes to maintain
their home once they by.


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Davis represents Santa Rosa Farm Bureau on D.C. trip


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SPECIAL TO THE PRESS GAZETTE
From left are Keith Free, Okaloosa County Farm Bureau President; Jerry Da-
vis, Santa Rosa County Farm Bureau President; U.S. Representative Jeff Miller;
George'Fisher, Washington County farm Bureau Vice President; Stacy Fisher,
Washington County Farm Bureau Women's Leader; and Kevin Morgan, Execu-
tive Director, Florida Farm Bureau.


Taking an active role at citizens lobbying trip


Special to the Press Gazette
Jerry Davis, represent-
ing Santa Rosa County
Farm Bureau, took an ac-
tive role in a citizens lob-
bying trip to Washington,
D.C., from May 11 to May
13.
Free joined farmers
and ranchers from across
the Sunshine State in vis-
its with their national law-
makers, congressional
staff and U.S. Department
of Agriculture officials. The
annual event, sponsored
by Florida Farm Buireau, is
known as "From the Field
to the Hill."
Farm Bureau members
discussed various federal
policy issues that affect
farm production in- Flori-
da while they were inr our


nation's capital. For ex-
ample, during a May 12
stop at the USDA, they
held talks with agency offi-
cials on renewable energy,
implementation of the 2007
Farm Bill, pending legisla-
tion in response to climate
change, and agricultural
pest and disease problems.
Small groups of agricultur-
ists also met with individ-
ual members of Florida's'
congressional delegation
for detailed conversations
about proposals for new
food safety regulations, a
revision of the Clean Water
Act and the reduction of
greenhouse gas emissions.
Florida Farm Bureau
President John Hoblick
said the visit gave farm-
ers and ranchers an op-
portunity to express their


responsible opinions on
policies that affect their
livelihoods.
"Our members of-
fered excellent firsthand
evidence about the likely
effects a number of mea-
sures now being consid-
ered by the Congress will
have for agricultural' op-
tions," he said. "By visiting
our national leaders and
executive officials in per-
son, they provided Florida
agriculture with a power-
ful voice in our nation's
capital. We look forward to
developing legislation that
will allow our farmers and
ranchers to continue pro-
ducing safe, affordable and
abundant food and fiber. We
will follow up these discus-
sions with more meetings
throughout the year."


"Our members offered excellentfirsthand evidence
about the likely effects a number of measures now being
considered by the Congress will havefor agricultural
options. Byvisiting our national leaders and executive
officials in person, they provided Florida agriculture with
a powerful voice in our nation's capital. We lookforward
to developing legislation that will allow ourfarmers
and ranchers to continue producing safe, affordable
and abundantfood andfiber. We willfollow up these
discussions with more meetings throughout the year."

-John Hoblick
Florida Farm Bureau president








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By the time this is published, Santa Rosa
graduations are history.
Unfortunately, the history of the 2008-09
school year will be remembered with two big
questions: Who (or what) were "Thing 1" and
"Thing.2".
Originally, we didn't think it was of concern
to find out just who Thing 1 and Thing 2
(mentioned in the ACLU lawsuit) were.
We are not "supposed" to know on whose
behalf the ACLU filed the recent lawsuit, but this
is Santa Rosa County and few secrets survive
here.
Still, one secret is being kept fairly well: the
identify of the lawsuit's mastermind.
We doubt it was a student. Most students
don't even know what the ACLU is and would
only recognize the name if it randomly showed
up in a' bowl of Alphabet soup.
Therefore, we must look for a person who is
influential ... a mastermind.
This persons) knew there would be prayer at
the 'Most Wanted Teachers Luncheon.' How did
the ACLU even know to ask for e-mails between
employees?
A slide rule is not needed to figure this one
out.
While Santa Rosa County's graduations went
off under the watchful eyes of parents, school
staff, and media members, in some cases, it
would have been "interesting" to see who was
there serving as the eyes and ears of the ACLU..
We're sure they were there ... waiting to
pounce if the three-letter word (God) was
mentioned.
So far, they have been silent.
Just as the person who guided Thing 1 and
Thing 2, we're sure there was some "help"
involved.
How many children would call the ACLU in
this matter?
We're not saying it was wrong to answer
the children's questions or to guide them, but
anyone willing to stir this much trouble, should
be willing to come forward.
Why did't*this persons) file the suit? Why
did he/she/they feel it necessary to hide behind
the ACLU?
If you feel strong enough to cause all this,
then you should stand up for it.
Without firing a single shot, the personss,
with the help of the ACLU, have taken over
Santa Rosa County Schools, while students
at other schools like Baker High in Okaloosa
County went on with business as usual.
Prayers were said and the graduation went'
off without a hitch.
In the 60s, the phrase "America, love it or
leave it" was bantered about.
We don't agree with that. This is, after all,
America ... a melting pot of cultures. If you don't
love something, you fight to change it, but you at
least make your position known.
To the mastermind(s) of this most-recent
action, we say, congratulations. You have truly
managed to disrupt a county with the stress and
anxiety over something that would have lasted
an hour at most.
In the long run, we're not sure you actually
accomplished anything. We're sure while you
say you don't want public prayer, what you
really want it the total absence of prayer and
God. That can't be done. And your most recent
actions will only result in making the faithful
that much more faithful.




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Let them speak to who elected them


I am writing to you to
encourage you to stand
up and do what is right
for the students of Milton
and Pace High School
regarding their upcoming
graduation.
Right now, two
important issues have
come up that while
similar; are very different.
The most pressing issue
right now is that the
student body president
and vice president are
not being allowed to
speak at their Graduation
ceremony due to the
politics of separation of
church and state.
The student body .
president and vice
president were elected
by their peers to lead
and represent them
this past year. It has
been a long standing
tradition for these
students to address their
classmates at graduation
to celebrate what they
have accomplished as a
class over the last 4 years.
This issue is freedom of
speech, plain and simple.
There is no good reason
to disallow, them to speak


at graduation. It has been
intermingled with the fight
about prayer in schools. I
ask you to take immediate
action to rectify this
situation in time for the
graduation ceremonies.
This event should be
a celebration for all they
have achieved; instead
it has become a political
showdown. For those
that have the power to
reverse this rule and don't
shame on you.
The second important
issue that has come about
is the fight about prayer
in our schools. This is
a separate fight. One
that will be long fought
(and eventually won) and
should not be allowed
to cast this shadow over
graduation ceremonies.
My opinion here may
anger some fellow friends
in the community but I do
not agree with the recent
actions of Mr. Lay. While
I agree on principle what
he did, I disagree with
the way he has blatantly
,violated the law. He is
a leader in the school
system and is tasked with
carrying our school policy


and being an example to
his students. I understand
that he is also tasked with
being a Christian leader in
his personal life. However,
There areways to fight this
fight within the confines
of the law one must be
diligent and creative. I
wonder if he was thinking
Sof the students of Santa
Rosa County when he
asked Mr. Freeman to
bless the food at a school
event. I wonder what Mr.
Freeman was thinking
when he agreed to say
the blessing. Were they
thinking only of making a
stand in public? Mr. Lay
should have never asked
him to bless the food. Mr.
Freeman should have
respectfully declined to
bless the food.
Everyone in the school
system is painfully aware
that their actions are
being closely monitored.
Did they seriously think
that there would not be
a consequence for their
actions? Consequences
for behavior are taught
to children in our schools
every day. Unfortunately,
the consequences for this


behavior is being taken
out on the Senior Class of
2009.
Don't get me wrong.
I am on the side of free
speech, freedom to say the
blessing, freedom to pray
whenever and wherever
we choose. I believe in
this fight. I want to be a
part of this fight but I want
to do it without breaking
the law and without
penalizing the students.
Let the fight continue
regarding prayer in our
schools, let the people
rally, let the people write
their legislators and
school board, let the
people file a class action
suit to protect our rights
from the two students
who took ours away, let
the fight continue until it
is won.
But for right now.........
let the student body
president and vice
president address the
senior class of 2009, they
earned it, they deserve it
and their peers demand it.

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Family fun time begins June 7


Special to the Press Gozette
On Sunday, June 7, Faith
Baptist Church will have
special services that will
continue through Thurs-
day, June 11. All services
will begin at 7 p.m. Monday
through Thursday. There
will be puppet shows, gos-
pel illustrations, dramatic
skills and much more will
be in store for kids ages 2
through 100 and over This
year's theme will be Pi-
rates. Surprises and prizes
are sure to abound as we
search for treasure. Come
to every service and invite
a neighbor or friend to
come with you.
The Bobby McGilliard
Evangelistic Team is led by
Dr. Bobby McGilliard. He
has been in full-time evan-
gelism for over 40 years.
His wife, Becky, has been
by his side traveling with
him to meetings all across
the southeast region of the
U.S. Their youngest child,
Samuel, is graduatingfrom
high school this year.
The second family in
the team is Lee and Mary
Stem. Lee Stemin graduated
from high school in 1976
and the next weed started
traveling with the McGil-
liards. Lee is an all around
musician with a working
knowledge of 12 instru-
ments. His favorite instru-
ment is the saxophone.
Bobby and Becky's old-
est son, Matthew McGil-
liard, has traveled most
of his life. In 2004 he mar-
ried Brittany and the Lord
blessed them with a son in
2007. Matthew wrote his
first Gospel song in 2000
and the Lord has given
him more than 100 songs
to glorify God.
Visit the McGilliard's
website at: www.mcgil-
liardministries.com
Faith Baptist Church
is located oil the corner
of Dogwood (Hwy. 89) and
Hamilton Bridge Road
across from the Bypass
Farmer's Market. For
more information, call 623-
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DearJ.G.,
I am aware that the prevailing interpretation of
Revelation is the Pre-trib interpretation and that the
two witnesses mentioned in Revelation 11 are seen
by them to be Moses and Elijah.
I am also'aware that my answer here will not be
very popular at all with the Pre-trib crowd. I do not
wish to offend. I wish only to say what the Bible
clearly says...in context. When the bible is allowed
to speak for itself the identification of the TWO
WITNESSES becomes crystal clear...not by the
writings and theories of men...or the fanciful wishes
of preachers developing a following, but by the
WORD OF GOD itself.
1. Revelation 11 does not say they are "men" I
know many English Translations say that but the
Greek does not....it simply says "these two are..."
2. Revelation 11 says "these two witnesses
ARE..." the olive tree and the lampstand.
3. Well...the Bible tells us who the olive tree
and the lampstand are.
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book) tells us the Lampstand is the CHURCH
B. Romans 10-11 tells us the Olive Tree is
ISRAEL (Spiritual Israel)
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witnesses to the world Israel in the O.T. The
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last days as God's final witness to the world of his
existence and glory.
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for Israel and the Church especially in the last
days....he will persecute them both but God will
RAPTURE them (at the Seventh Trumpet) in
Revelation 11 with a.trumpet sound, a shout from
heaven and the WITNESSES "going up in the
clouds!"
By the way the reference to them being the
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two. Which by the way, is exactly what Paul says
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reality, the Church!
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SFlorida Peanut Producers Association donates to Bay Area Food Bank
Florida Peanut Producers Association donates to Bay Area Food Bank


Donation assists with

hurricane response readiness


JENI BOOKER SENTER
jsenter@srpressgazette.comn

The Florida Peanut Pro-
ducers Association made a
special'delivery on Thurs-
day morning when repre-
sentatives brought a dona-
tion of a pallet of peanut
butter to the Bay Area Food
Bank in Milton, Florida.
Rep. Greg Evers was on
hand for the contribution,
which will help needy fami-
lies enduring economic
hardships while increasing
the awareness of the health
benefits of peanuts and
peanut butter. In addition
to the Florida Peanut Pro-
ducers Association, vari-
ous peanut-related compa-
nies and organizations are
donating the peanut butter.
Other officials on hand
for the presentation includ-
ed Director of the Bay Area
Food Bank Dave Reaney,
Executive Director of the
Florida Peanut Producers
Association Ken Barton,
and Bay Area Food Bank
Development and Commu-
nications Coordinator John
Paul Clements.
In addition, May 24-30
is National Hurricane Pre-
paredness Week. Abbott
Nutrition, working through
Feeding- America, is pre-
positioning a set number
of pallets containing pre-
packaged disaster relief


packs containing both
adult and pediatric nutri-
tionals that are designed
specifically for families of
different sizes. These sup-
plies are being positioned
at food banks located in
communities vulnerable
to hurricanes. The pur-
pose is to help reduce the
time lag to get this type of
product to responding or-
Sganizations and to quickly
address shelter support
anid immediate needs fol-
lowing an evacuation and/
or effects of a storm. The
Bay Area Food Bank is re-
ceiving a shipment of these
pre-positioned supplies.
Food Bank represen-
tatives say if the donated
supplies are not needed for
disaster use this season,
they will be rolled into the
food bank's regular inven-
tory, providing extra assis-
tance to those in need on
an everyday basis.
The BayArea Food Bank
serves a 24-county area
spanning Florida, Alabama
and Mississippi. The Bay
Area Food Bank, working
through member organiza-
tions and special programs,
will provide nutritious food
to meet the challenge of
feeding people who are
hungry as a result of per-
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The pile caps are 24
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a'width of 4 feet six inches
and an average height' of
three feet. Each weighs in
at 40 thousand pounds.
Cap number 2 -is lo-
cated on the beach near
where the pier will begin.
The cap was set into place
via crane. At completion,
the pier will boast a total
of 146 piles, 43 caps, and
182 beams.
All attendees were in-
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be permanently displayed
upon completion of the
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County residents and the
historic recovery process
after hurricanes Ivan and
Dennis. ,
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for the event include:
District 4 Commissioner
and Commission Vice-
Chair Gordon Goodin,
Santa Rosa County En-
gineer -Roger Blaylock,
PE., President of Ed Wa-
ters & Sons Contracting
Co., Inc., Wayne E. Waters,
Coastal Scientist for PBS
& J James Patanio, Proj-
ect Engineer for PBS &
J Wayne D. Lasch, RE.,
Chairman of the Santa
Rosa County Marine Ad-
visory Committee Jeff
Marker, Santa Rosa Coun-
ty Tourist Development
Executive Director Kate
Wilkes, and Santa Rosa
County Public Information
Officer Joy Tsubooka.


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ers voted to accept Ed Wa-
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Company bid for the con-
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PBS&J serves as the
construction manager.
Construction began
with the demolition of the
old pier, from the dune
landward, on April 20. The
first piling was put in the
ground on May 7.
The new pier is budget-
ed at $8.43 million,' which
includes the demolition
and removal of the old
fishing pier. Ninety per-
cent of the project budget
will be paid for utilizing
FEMA federal aid for di-.
saster recovery funds for
improved projects with a
state share of 7.5 percent
and the county funding 2.5
percent or $210,626.
Completion of tha proj-
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2010.
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with core services that
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planning, construction
management, program
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specializing in pile foun-
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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.

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Santa Rosa's Press Gazette I Al 1


Sports SIDELINE


Tide REPORT


City of Milton Youth Fbot-
ball Registration: The City of
Milton youth football registra-
tion is under way for children
ages 5-14. Those interested in
participating can register at
the Milton Community Center
for football Monday through
Friday from noon to 8 p.m. Reg-
istration ends when teams are
full. The $95 participation fee
includes: Gulf Coast Youth Foot-
ball Alliance registration, end-
of-the-year trophy, game jersey
(child keeps), use of: shoulder
pads, helmet, seven-piece pad
set, mouthpiece, game pants, a
jamboree and games. For more
information, visit www.cityof
miltonpr.nexo.com or call 850-
983-5466.

East Milton Football Regis-
tration: East Milton Youth Asso-
ciation's football registration is
going on now for children ages
5-14. Registration fee is $95 p6r
player and includes registration
with Gulf Coast Youth Football
Alliance, game jersey trophy,
use of: shoulder pads, helmet,
game pants, seven-piece pad
set & mouth piece. For more in-
formation, contact Carl Wells at
313-5440 or 983-8400 or visit us
at www.eastmiltonyouthsports.
corn

Mullet Dinners: The Milton
High School basketball program
will be selling fried mullet din-
ners on June 8. Dinners include
mullet, slaw, baked beans and
dessert and are available for $6.
Food for this event is being pro-
vided 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 announces the dates of our
hugely popular summer camp
programs. Director of Coach-
ing Louie Sahin will conduct
two summer camps at FC Santa
Rosa in 2009. The cost for each
session is $75 per player.
Dates for the first camp are
June 8-10 and the second camp
is August 1-3. Sessions for both
camps are as follows: 8-10:30 a.m.
is for campers in the U9 through
U12. U13 through U18 sessions
are at 5:30-8 p.m. Camps are
scheduled this way to minimize
the risk of heat exposure.
For more information, con-
tact Louie Sahin at 850-686-
0192 or visit our www.fcsanta
rosa.com

Milton Baseball Camp: The
Milton Panther Baseball pro-
gram is offering two camps this
summer. The first camp will be
for players age 7-11, and the sec-
ond camp will be for players age
12-15. Each camp is designed to
teach the fundaments of base-
ball: hitting, fielding, throwing,
base running and situational
play. Camp instructors will in-
clude the Milton High School
,baseball coaches and players.
The camp will run fromJune 8-
11 and will be into two sessions,
8-11 a.m.. and noon to 3 p.m.
Campers will receive a camp
T-shirt and a personal video of
themselves hitting, fielding and
throwing. For more information,
call 983-5600, ext. 143.

Jay High Summer Basket-
ball Camp: The Jay Summer
Basketball Camp for Boys and
Girls will be held June 15-18 at
the Jay High School Gymnasi-
um. This year's camp will be bro-
ken down into two age groups.
Grades fifth through eights will
be from 1-3 p.m., with the camp
for grades first through fourth
running from 9-11:30 a.m. For
more information or to register,
call 675-4507.

Patriots Basketball Camp:
Pace High School is hosting its
annual youth basketball camp
June 29 to July 1. The camp is
directed toward boys from third
to eight grades. The cost is $75
and will be from 8 a.m. to noon
each day. Everyone will receive
a Pace Basketball T-shirt for par-
ticipating. Lunch will be provided
on the last day of the camp. For.
more information, call 995-3600,
ext. 1158, or e-mail pippinc@
mail.santarosa.kl2.fl.us.

Volleyball tourney: Miracle
Strip Volleyball Academy in con-
junction with USA Volleyball's


Gulf Coast Region will be host-
ing The 2-person Beach Series
on June 13 and 14 for Junior
Girls and Boys. This year, adult
divisions will also be offered.
The age groups for the Juniors
arei18 and under, 16.and under,


14 and under, and 12 and under,
with Adults: Open, AA/A, and
BB/B Co-ed divisions: Open/AA
and A/BB.
The host site this season will
be the Boardwalk Beach Resort.
For registration, contact the
Gulf Coast Region at: www.gulf-
coastvolleyball.org and click on
"Beach" or e-mail 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.

5K Run/Walk. The 35th Bil-
ly Bowlegs 5K Run/Walk: June
6 at 10:30 p.m. at Fort Walton
Beach High School. Registra-
tion is $20 May 27 to June 5, and
$25 on race day. For entry form
and more information, visit the
Race Calendar at wwwnwftc.
corn, call Bonnie Cardow at 651-
5631 or e-mail lowlegs@nwftc.
com. Online registration was
scheduled to end June 2 at www.
active.com.

Challenger Sports Soccer
Camp: East Milton Youth As-
sociation will be hosting a Chal-
lenger Sports Soccer Camp
June 8-12 from 9 a.m. to noon
daily for kids ages 6-16 and an
evening camp from 5-6 p.m. for
kids ages 3-5. The cost of the
half-day camp is $105 and for
the evening camp is $65. The
Challenger Sports Soccer Camp
provides players of all ages and
abilities the opportunity to re-
ceive high-level soccer coach-
ing from a team of international
experts. Each day includes indi-
vidual foot skills, technical skills,
tactical practices,. small-sided
games, coached scrimmages
and a daily tournament. For
more information, visit www.
eastmiltonyouthsports.com or
call Valerie 983-9705.

Kickball league: East Milton
Adult Co-ed Summer Kickball is
forming. Four females per team
are required, and registration is
$175 per team, minimum of 10
players, maximum of 20 players,
10 game season games on
Tuesdaynights. This league is for
ages 16+ and is open to the first
six teams that sign up. For more
information, contact Anthony
Daughter da-dogg20002001@
yahoo.com or call 850-983-2242
and leave a message.

Baseball Camp: The West
Florida baseball team and Head
Coach Mike Jeffcoat will host
the West Florida Baseball Skills
Academy at Jim Spooner Field
for sessions on'June 8-12 and
June 15-19. The camp is for chil-
dren ages 6-12 with .emphasis
placed on baseball fundamen-
tals. The camp will take place
from 8:30 a.m. to noon each day.
The cost is $110 per camper,
with a $10 discount if the child is.
signed up by May 30. Camp reg-
istration includes a free T-shirt.
For instructions on signing
up visit www.GoArgos.com, click
on camps and follow the links to
the baseball skills'academy. For
information on all UWF Athlet-
ics, visit www.GoArgos.com.

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


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for the box called 'Things to Do'.
There you can check on activi-
ties by-sip code or activity. And
you are also more than wel-
come to enter your events there
as well.


Pensacola Bay
Thursday, June 4, 2009
3:16 AM CDT Moonset
5:46 AM CDT Sunrise
8:37 AM CDT High tide 1.61 Feet
5:18 PM CDT Moonrise
7:34 PM CDT Low tide -0.27 Feet
7:47 PM CDT Sunset
1 Friday, June 5, 2009
3:54 AM CDT Moonset
5:46 AM CDT Sunrise
9:10 AM CDT High tide 1.69 Feet
6:17 PM CDT Moonrise
7:48 PM CDT Sunset
8:23 PM CDT Low tide -0.32 Feet
Saturday, June 6, 2009
4:35 AM CDT Moonset
5:46 AM CDT Sunrise
9:49 AM CDT High tide 1.73 Feet
7:14 PM CDT Moonrise
7:48 PM CDT Sunset
9:14 PM CDT Low tide -0.34 Feet
Sunday, June 7, 2009
5:22 AM CDT Moonset
5:46 AM CDT Sunrise
10:34 AM CDT High tide 1.73 Feet
1:12 PM CDT Full Moon
7:49 PM CDT Sunset
8:08 PM CDT Moonrise ,
10:07 PM CDT Low tide -0.34 Feet

East Bay
Thursday, June 4, 2009
3:15 AM CDT Moonset
5:45 AM CDT Sunrise
9:20 AM CDT High tide 1.93 Feet
5:17 PM CDT Moonrise
7:46 PM CDT Sunset
8:52 PM CDT Low tide -0.32 Feet
Friday, June 5, 2009
3:52 AM CDT Moonset


This report represents some
events the FWC Northwest Divi-
sion handled May 22-28; it does not
include all actions taken by the Di-
vision of Law Enforcement

ESCAMBIA. COUNTY
Officer Royce Johnson was on
Enhanced Patrol in the Perdido
River Wildlife Management Area
when he observed a truck parked
at the Fillingim Landing gate. The
two occupants, a man and a wom-
an, were arguing. Johnson ap-
proached and observed two bottles
of liquor on the front seat. The 20-
year-old male was intoxicated. The
female had not been drinking and
stated that the man had brought
the alcohol. The subject was issued
a notice to appear.on possession of
alcoholic beverages by a person
under the age of 21.
Lt. Brian Lambert found an indi-
vidual in possession of 15 blue fish,
of which 14 were undersize at Way-
side Park in Gulf Breeze. Officer
Fred Rondeau, who was nearby,
responded to the scene. Rondeau
issued the individual notice-to-ap-
pear citations for possession of
undersize and over-the-bag limit of
blue fish.
Officer Fred Rondeau checked
a vessel at Davenport Bayou in
Santa Rosa County He found the
operator of the vessel in possession
of three undersize red drum. Ron-
deau issued the individual a notice-
to-appear citation for over-the-bag
limit and undersized red drum.
Officers Fred Rondeau and
Keith Clark checked several indi-
viduals fishing from a small pier
off of 17th Avenue in Pensacola. A
computer check revealed one in-
dividual with an active warrant for
failure to appear. Rondeau booked
the individual in the Escambia
County Jail.
Officer Fred Rondeau checked
a vessel near the Palafox Pier. He
found the operator of the vessel in
possession of a 37-inch -red drum.
Rondeau issued the individual a
notice-to-appear citation for pos-
session of the oversize fish.
Officer Fred Rondeau checked a
vessel in Pensacola Bay and found
the individuals on board in posses-
sion, of seven sharks. Rondeau is-
sued the vessel operator a notice-
to-appear citation for over-the-bag
limit of sharks.
Lt. Dan Hahr was on enhanced
patrol at The Pipes Recreation Area
in Perdido River Wildlife Manage-
ment Area when he observed eight
subjects enter the area in vehicles
by way of a closed road. The sub-
jects were in possession of 39 cans
of beer, and their ages ranged from
15 to 18. Two subjects were issued
notices to appear for possession of
alcoholic beverages by a person un-
der the age of 21. Three were cited
with driving on a closed road.
Lt. Brian Lambert and Officer
Keith Clark checked an individual
fishing from the bank in Perdido
Key. The individual was found in
possession of an 11-inch black
drum and an egg-bearing blue
crab. Clark issued the individual a
notice to appear citation for the un-
dersize black drum and a warning
for the egg-bearing blue crab.

SANTA ROSA COUNTY
Officers Randy Webb and Ben
Pineda responded to a complaint
of a nuisance bear near a children's
day.fare in Navarre. Upon arrival,


5:45 AM CDT Sunrise
9:55 AM CDT High tide 2.03 Feet
6:16 PM CDT Moonrise
7:47 PM CDT Sunset
9:39 PM CDT Low tide -0.39 Feet
Saturday, June 6, 2009
4:34 AM CDT Moonset
5:45 AM CDT Sunrise
10:34 AM CDT High tide 2.07 Feet
7:13 PM CDT Moonrise
7:47 PM CDT Sunset
10:32 PM CDT Low tide -0.40 Feet
Sunday, June 7, 2009
5:21 AMCDTMoonset
5:45 AM CDT Sunrise
11:17 AM CDT High tide 2.08 Feet
1:12 PM CDT Full Moon
7:48 PM CDT Sunset'
8:07 PM CDT Moonrise
11:23 PM CDT Low tide -0.41 Feet

Blackwater River
Thursday, June 4, 2009
3:15 AM CDT Moonset
5:45 AM CDT Sunrise
10:16 AM CDT High tide 1.93 Feet
5:18 PM CDT Moonrise
7:47 PM CDT Sunset
9:22 PM CDT Low tide -0.32 Feet
Friday, June 5, 2009
3:52 AM CDT Moonset
5:45 AM CDT Sunrise
10:51 AM CDT High tide 2.03 Feet
6:17 PM CDT Moonrise
7:48 PM CDT Sunset
10:09 PM CDT Low tide -0.39 Feet
Saturday, June 6, 2009
4:34 AM CDT Moonset
5:45 AM CDT Sunrise
11:30 AM CDT High tide 2.07 Feet
7:14 PM CDT Moonrise
7:48 PM CDT Sunset


the officers saw where the bear had
killed several chickens at the day
care. Upon closer inspection, the
officers came into contact with the
large bear that then bolted into the
nearby woods. Wildlife technicians
were called to the scene and placed
traps in an attempt to capture the
bear. After several unsuccessful
days, the technicians successfully
tranquilized the bear and with the
assistance of Officer Howard Jones
removed the 410-pound male from
the area.
Lt. Dan Hahr and officers Joe
Murphy and David Jernigan were
on water patrol on the Blackwater
River at approximately 9:30 p.m.
The officers observed a vessel
leave a sandbar with nine people
onboard. The people appeared to
be checking bush hooks, and the
officers approached the vessel to
check it. Murphy conducted a boat-
ing safety inspection and observed
signs.of impairment from the oper-
ator. Aftertowingthevdsselbackto
the camp on the sandbar, Murphy
administered field sobriety'tasks
and determined the operator was
impaired. The man later provided
a breath sample that was over the
legal limit, arid he was charged
with boating under the influence.
Officers Joe Murphy and Da-
vid Jernigan were on water patrol
on the Escambia River when they
observed two subjects on the bank,
one fishing and the other sitting
on a cooler. There were numerous
empty beer cans on the ground in
front of them, and the subject on
the cooler admitted that there was
beer in the cooler and that he had'
been drinking. Murphy issued the
subject a notice to appear for pos-
session of alcoholic beverages by a
person under the age of 21.
Officers David Jernigan and
Joe Murphy were on patrol in the
area of Mulat Bayou adjacent to
Escambia Bay when they checked
a subject in possession of four urin-
dersize black drum. Jernigan is-
sued the man a notice to appear for
the violation.
Officer Steve Hoomes complet-
ed an investigation arising from a
vessel inspection he was assigned.
Upon inspection, he determined
that the numbers on the vessel
came back to another vessel that
the man previously owned. When
the man bought the current boat,
he simply put the old registration
numbers on it. Hoomes issued the
man a notice to appear for display-
ing unauthorized registration num-
bers on a vessel.

OKALOOSA COUNTY
Officers Pete Rockwell and
Ken White responded to the Gulf
of Mexico after two subjects' per-
sonal watercraft (PWC) capsized
because of rough water conditions.
The subjects were safely recovered
and brought onboard the FWC pa-
trol vessel. The PWC was towed to
the U.S. Coast Guard Station be-
cause a tow company was unable
to respond because of extremely
rough conditions.
Lt. Dennis Welsh and Officer
Pete Rockwell observed what ap-
peared to be undersize gag grouper
at a fish cleaning area at the Har-
bor Docks in Destin Harbor. The
fish were hanging on display at
a charter fishing boat's cleaning
station. An inspection of the grou-
per revealed three of the fish to be
undersize. The deckhand in pos-
sesion of and cleaning the fish was


11:02 PM CDT Low tide -0.40 Feet
Sunday, June 7, 2009
5:21 AM CDT Moonset
5:45 AM CDT Sunrise
12:13 PM CDT High tide 2.08 Feet
1:12 PM CDT Full Moon
7:49 PM CDT Sunset
8:08 PM CDT Moonrise
11:53 PM CDT Low tide -0.41 Feet

Navarre Beach
Thursday, June 4, 2009
3:15 AM CDT Moonset
5:45 AM CDT Sunrise
-6:28 AM CDT High tide 1.56 Feet
5:17 PM CDT Moonrise
6:15 PM CDT Low tide -0.14 Feet
7:46 PM CDT Sunset
Friday, June 5, 2009
3:52 AM CDT Moonset
5:45 AM CDT Sunrise
6:55 AM CDT High tide 1.63 Feet
6:16 PM CDT Moonrise
6:50 PM CDT Low tide -0.26 Feet
7:46 PM CDT Sunset
Saturday, June 6, 2009
4:34 AM CDT Moonset
5:45 AM CDT Sunrise
7:30 AM CDT High'tide 1.65 Feet
7:13 PM CDT Moonrise
7:27 PM CDT Low tide -0.32 Feet
7:47 PM CDT Sunset
Sunday, June 7, 2009
5:21 AMCDTMoonset
5:44 AM CDT Sunrise
8:11 AM CDT High tide 1.64 Feet
1:12 PM CDT Full Moon
7:47 PM CDT Sunset
8:04 PM CDT Low tide -0.34 Feet
8:07 PM CDT Moonrise


cited with possession of undersize
gag grouper.
Officers Steve Bartlett and Van
Barrow responded to the Gulf of
Mexico near the Destin Pass after
receiving information about two
kayaks capsizing. Bartlett and Bar-
row located two subjects floating
near the kayaks and brought them
onboard the FWC patrol vessel.
They were not injured and were
transported safely to the beach.
LieutenantMarkHollinheadand
Officer Matt Webb conducted a fish-
ery inspection on a vessel in Destin
Pass. The inspection revealed un-
dersize scamp. The captain was
cited with the fish violation.
Officers Matt Webb and Alan
Kirchinger were on water pa-
trol near Crab Island when they
observed a 9-foot vessel that ap-
peared to be over capacity with
passengers. During the safety
equipment inspection, Kirchinger
verified the. vessel was operat-
ing within Coast Guard capac-
ity rating but observed signs of
impairment. During afloat tasks,
the vessel operator voluntarily ad-
mitted to having consumed several
alcoholic beverages and stated he
was probably too drunk to be driv-
ing. The vessel operator's perfor-
mance during field sobriety tasks
strongly indicated impairment. A
sample of his breath at the Coast
Guard Station Destin revealed .102.
He was issued a written warning of
failure to possess a registration on
board the vessel and was charged
with boating under the influence.
The operator was transported to
the county jail by Okaloosa County
Sheriff's Office.
Officer Matt Webb conducted
a fishery inspection on a vessel in
Destin Pass that revealed under-
size king mackerel. The captain of
the .vessel was cited with the fish
violation.
Officers Ryan Nelson and Ken
White stopped a vessel in Destin
Harbor to conduct a boating safety
inspection. During the inspection,
Nelson noticed the operator dis-
played signs of impairment. Field
sobriety tasks confirmed the oper-
ator was impaired. He was placed
under arrest and transported to the
U.S. Coast Guard Station in Destin,
where he agreed to a state-certi-
fied breath test. A breath sample
revealed his breath alcohol content
was .171. He was booked into the
Okaloosa County Jail and charged
with operating a vessel while under
the influence of alcohol.
Officer Alan Kirchinger and Re-
serve Officer Jeff Hahrwere on wa-
ter patrol near Crab Island when
they observed a 21-foot pontoon
vessel with nine passengers oper-
ating erratically During a safety
equipment inspection, Kirchinger
noticed signs of impairment and
conducted afloat tasks. The ves-
sel operator performed poorly and
was transported to the U.S. Coast
Guard Station in Destin, where he
also performed poorly on field so-
briety tasks. At first the operator
refused to submit to a breath test
but then recanted and provided a
breath sample of .108 and .117. The
vessel operator was charged with
boating under the influence and
transported to the county jail by
Okaloosa County Sheriff's Office.
Officer Ryan Nelson investi-
gated a minor boating accident in
Destin Harbor after a vessel struck
the stern of another vessel that
was docked. No one was injured,
and the damage was minor.


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Travis Scott sets sail for The Bronx


By BILL GAMBLING
sports@srpresgazette.com

Pace running back Travis
Scott is- looking to go north as
he has signed a football scholar-
ship to play at Maritime College
State University of New York in
Throggs Neck, N.Y.
The future Privateer running
back is excited about the oppor-
tunity that is awaiting him in
NYC.
"It feels real good to have a
chance to play at the next level,".
said a very quiet and reserved
Scott. "The big thing for me is I
get to go somewhere and have
the chance to play."
But what could be bigger for
the young man who is looking to
study electrical engineering at
one of the top electrical engineer-
ing schools in the nation is the
1,225 miles he will be from home
and the cold winters in the north.
"Football is football no matter
where you play it," said Scott. "I
am sure it will get cold, but I am


SUBMITTED PHOTO
Travis Scott signs his scholarship to attend Maritime College
State University of New York in Throgs Neck, N.Y. Joining Scott
are his father Travis Scott Sr. and mother Kristie Scott. Standing
on the back row is Pace running backs coach Bill Jernigan, Pace
Principal Frank Lay, and Pace head coach Mickey Lindsey.

going to get my education and en- win total for the first two seasons
joy the chance to continue play- combined for the NCAA Division
ing football." III program.
Last season, the Mariners fin- Coach Clayton Kendrick-Hol-
ished 4-5 in only their third sea- mes started the program as just
son. The four wins surpassed the a Nlub team back in 2005 and has


earned national rankings offen-
sively and defensively despite
their youth.
Maritime College will be com-
peting this upcoming season in
the newly formed Eastern Colle-
giate Football Conference..
This will be a new Division III
single sport football conference
representing Anna Maria Col-
lege (Paxton, Mass.), Becker Col-
lege (Leicester, Mass.), Castleton
State College .(Castleton, Vt.), Gal-
laudet University (Washington,
D.C.), Husson University (Bangor,
Maine), the Privateers, Mount Ida
College (Newton, Mass.), and Nor-
wich University (Northfield, Vt.).-
The NCAA Management
Council and Presidents Council
has approved the formation of
the new conference, which will
be in line for an automatic berth
to the NCAA Division III Football
Championships after two years of
conference competition.
"I plan on being a civilian the
first term and then go regiment
after that," said Scott, who was
attracted by the school's record


of 100 percent job placement.
It was two weeks before the
end of his senior season ended
when Scott heard from the Pri-
vateers.
"We got the call from them,
and Coach Lindsey sent them
some film," recalled Scott. "My
mom is not too happy about me
being that far from home, but she
will get used to it."
Travis said he has one family
member in New York.
,"My dad has an uncle in New
York," said Scott. "So I have a
feeling I will get to know him a lot
better."
Maritime College will kick
off its 2009 season the Thursday
night of Labor Day weekend in
the Chowder Bowl against Mas-
sachusette Maritime Academy in
Buzzards May, Mass. The Priva-
teers have won the pasts contest
in the Chowder Bowl.
Editor's note: We are re-run-
ning this story as we incorrectly
identified the college that Travis
Scott had signed with. We apolo-
gize for this error


Panthers roar past Dolphins



to close out spring drills


BILL GAMBLING I Press Gazette
Above, William
Hamilton corrals Gulf
Breeze running back
Casey Meredith for a
loss. At left, Milton's
Matt Floyd looks
downfield to ,see if he
can locate an open
receiver;


By BILL GAMBLING
sports@srpressgazette.com
Milton High School came out and quickly made
last season's mark of 3-7 look like a thing of the
past.
With the Gulf Breeze Dolphins visiting for the
spring jamboree game, Milton proved to be very
rude hosts, as they didn't surrender a touchdown
the entire night..
In varsity play, Milton pounded Gulf Breeze 21-0
as the Dolphins crossed the 50-yard line only once
a the game was coming to a close.
Offensively, the Panthers clicked as Matt Floyd
scored the first touchdown of the game on a 7-yard
run with 3:30 remaining in the first varsity quarter.
The scoring drive was 17 plays,and covered 70
yards while chewing up more than seven minutes
on the clock. ,
Milton's defense was even more powerful, as
the Dolphins were limited to a negative three yards
passing and zero yards on the ground until the last
drive of the game.
"We had some success this spring," said Milton
football coach Mike McMillion. "But for now, we are
still no better than the 3-7 team we ended last sea-
son.-
"We have to continue working to improve on last
season."


Floyd led Milton with 59 yards on seven carries,
while Patric Lloyd had 52 yards on six carries as
both finished the night with a touchdown.
Floyd also threw for 38 yards completing three-
of-nine passing attempts.
The Panthers finished the half with -188 total
yards while holding Gulf Breeze to just 10 yards of-
fense on the night.
During the final drive, Gulf Breeze moved the
ball down to the Milton 28 before the drive stalled
and'the Dolphins went in reverse.
Aiding the visitors on their drive, which started
at their own 24, was a personal foul and an un-
sportsmanlike conduct penalty.
But the Milton defense would not give in and
managed to force two fumbles that moved the
ball back to the Milton'33, where they took over on
downs.
Milton's other two scores came when Casey
Freeman pounded his way inside on first and goal.
In the final touchdown for the Panthers, Gulf
Breeze's Ty Rodewald was walled at the Dolphins'
18 yard line and was stripped of the football by
Chris Hughes.
Hughes was headed for the end zone when he
was corralled at the Dolphins 7.
After a delay of game penalty, Lloyd rolled in
from 12 yards out to make it 21-0.


Former Pace standout Emily Burge


UWF softball, tennis


players highlight

GSC All-Academic team

Three softball players and three tennis players
from the University of West Florida were named to
the Gulf South Conference Spring Sports All-Aca-
demic Team, it was announced On Monday. Fran-
ny Bell, Emily Burge and Jillian Lafrance earned
selections from the West Florida softball team,
and men's tennis player Jose Ycaza and women's
tennis players Taylor Brewster and Suzana Caval-
cante were honored, as well.
Burge (Exercise Science, 3.29) and Lafrance
(Physical Education, 3.50) formed a fantastic
pitching duo for the UWF softball team in 2009, as
both earned All-GSC honors and Lafrance was the
GSC East Division Pitcher of the Year. Bell (Exer-
cise Science, 3.74) was the team's starting center
fielder and a consistent contributor in the field and
on the base paths.
Ycaza (Finance, 3.33) finished his senior sea-
son playing No. 5 singles for the UWF men's tennis
team, and he totaled a record of 12-4 overall and
4-1 against GSC opponents. Cavalcante (Athletic
Training, 3.59) and Brewster (Psychology, 3.75) led
the Argonauts women's tennis team to a confer-
ence record 10th GSC title in 2009, and both play-
ers earned All-GSC honors. Cavalcante also was
named the ITA South1Region Senior Player of the
Year.
In addition to the All-Academic Team, the GSC
released the Academic Honor Roll for the spring
season. The Argonauts were one behind Hender-
son State, who led all schools with 42 honor roll
members.
The Spring All-Academic Team is selected by
the Gulf South Conference sports information di-
rectors and faculty athletic representatives in a
joint vote. Nominated student-athletes must have
an overall grade point average of 3.20 or better
on a 4.00 scale for their entire academic career
and may not be freshmen or first-semester or
quarter transfers. The student-athlete must be
a significant contributor to the squad. Other fac-
tors include leadership, community service and
extra-curricular activities. SIDs and FARs are not
allowed to vote for their own student-athletes. The
number of student-athletes selected in each sport
is determined by the number of positions normally
involved in the playing of that sport. Ties are not
broken.
A minimum grade point average of 3.00 is re-
quired for Academic Honor Roll membership.
Qualification for this particular honor is automatic
based on GYA and nomination.


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The Thompson House, which is on Forsyth Street across from the Bagdad Post Office, was the site of the unveiling of
a Florida Historic Marker. The house is owned by Charles and Pat D'Asaro. The house was the site where raiding
Union soldiers from the 1864 Skirmish, under the leadership of Major Andrew Spurling, camped on the-grounds
and in the house, leaving messages that were discovered during a 1970s restoration. The circa 1847 house is one
of the few remaining Florida Panhandle examples of a symmetrical Greek Revival antebellum home that reflects the
prosperity of the period. Making the house have that historic feel were Civil War re-enacfors from the area.


Bagdad unveils marker for Thompson House


Saturday history
repeated itself as
Civil War re-enactors
converged on Bagdad. Fla.
The event was marked
by a Florida Historic
Marker being unveiled
at the Thompson House,
which is on Forsyth Street,
across from the Bagdad
Post Office.
An authentic Chiil War
living history encampment
added to the feel of the
period as authentic
demonstration between
the troops of Company E
First Regiment Florida
Volunteer Infantry and the
Robertsdale, Dents Florida


Battery occurred.
Local historians also
related the events of 1864
while period flags wave and
soldiers race ahead of the
cannon's roar.
Raiding Union soldiers
from the 1864 Skirmish,
under the leadership of
Maj. Andrew Spurling.
camped on the grounds
and in the house, leaving
messages that were
discovered during a 1970s
restoration.
The circa 1847 house is
one of the few remaining
Florida Panhandle
examples of a symmetrical
Greek Revival antebellum


home that reflects the
prosperity of the period.
Currently, the home
is owned by Dr. and Mrs.
Charles N. D'Asaro.


Also to mark Saturday's
event, an old fashioned
Market Day at the Bagdad
Community Center was
held.


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Local


Wednesday, Jurfe 3, 2009


News BRIEFS


Stroke Support
Group to meet
The Stroke Support
Group meets on the sec-
ond Monday of each month
from 2-3 p.m. in the Com-
munity Rooms of the West
Florida Rehabilitation In-
stitute, 8391 N. Davis High-
way in Pensacola.
The next meeting is
scheduled for Monday,
June 8. The topic of the
meeting will be "Hearing
and Hearing Loss as You
Age" and will be present-
ed by Jennifer LaBorde,
Au.D,, Director of Audiol-
ogy, The Hearing Center.
The session is free and
open to former stroke pa-
tients, families, caregivers
or anyone who might be in-
terested in attending. Res-
ervations are not required;
for more information about


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the Stroke Support Group,
call 850-494-3212.

Mobile Mammography
Unit stops planned
West Florida Hospital's
Mobile Mammography Unit
will be at the following lo-
cation June 9 to offer con-
venient high-quality mam-
mography services for
women 35 and over. West
Florida Hospital files most
insurances, including
Medicare (Medicare will
cover screening mammo-
grams every year with no
deductible for those wom-
en over 40 who have that
coverage).
Tuesday, June 9, 8 a.m.
to 12:30 p.m. and 1-3:30 p.m.
at United Bank, 5941 Ber-
ryhill Medical Park Road,
Milton.
A customized 37-foot


coach containing dedicated
mammography equipment,
the Mobile Mammnogra-
phy Unit makes getting a
mammogram even more
convenient. The Mobile
Mammography Unit pro-
vides comprehensive mam-
mography services that
feature an all-female staff
of nationally certified and
licensed technologists and
state-of-the-art equipment,
including Digital Mammog-
raphy and CAD (Computer
Aided Detection). For ex-
tra assurance, all mam-
mograms are read by two
board-certified radiologists.
The Mobile Mammography
Unit is certified by the FDA
and accredited by the Amer-
ican College of Radiology.
For appointments or
more information, call 850-
494-3497 or toll-free at 800-
342-1123, ext. 3497.


Learn about the latest minimally invasive
surgical options for women.
Featuring Gynecologist Michael J. Coyle, D.O.
Tuesday, June 9
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Free outdoor
concert June 20
There will be free out-
door concerts in downtown
Milton along the River-
walk on the third Saturday
of each month from May
through October. The June
20 concert, "Rip Tide" will
be from 6-8 p.m. Rock, Roll
and Good Times. Bring
your lawn chair for family
fun and great music. Free
setup for artist and craft-
ers. Food vendors call or e-
mail for approval. Contact
Main Street Milton, 626-
6246, mainstreetmilton@
bellsouth.net, www.main
streetmilton.org

Parkinson's Support
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each month from 1-2 p.m.
in the Community Rooms
of the West Florida Reha-
bilitation Institute, 8391
N. Davis Highway in Pen-
sacola.
The next meeting is
scheduled for Friday, June
12, and the topic will be
"Swallowing Issues." The
meeting will be facilitated
by Laura Levitan, LCSW
from the West Florida
Memory Disorder Clinic.
The session is free and
open to all Parkinson's pa-
tients and caregivers, but
registration is required.
To register, call 850-494-
3212.

NARFE to hold
monthly meeting
The National Active and
Retired Federal Employees
(NARFE), Chapter 917, will
hold their regular monthly
meeting at 10:45 a.m. June
4 at Ryan's Restaurant,
Highway 90 in Pace. The
special speaker will be a
representative from TLC
speaking on available ser-
vices. All active or retired
federal employees are in-
vited to attend. The meet-
ing will be followed by a
Dutch-treat lunch. The
next meeting will be Sept.
3. (Note: no meetings in
July or August). For more
information, contact Doro-
thy Griggers at 626-2569 or
e-mail at dgriggers@aol.
com.

Spinal Cord Injury
Support to meet
The Spinal Cord Injury
Reunion Group meets on
the second Tuesday of
each month from 2-3 p.m.
in the Community Rooms
of the West Florida Reha-
bilitation Institute, 8391
N. Davis Highway in Pen-
sacola. The next meeting
is scheduled for Tuesday,


June 9.
The Spinal Cord Injury
Reunion Group meets
monthly to offer support
and the latest information
about spinal cord injury
for anyone who has suf-
fered a spinal cord injury
or other illness that re-
sults in similar deficits
and difficulties, such as
Guillain-Barre Syndrome,
Multiple Sclerosis, and
ALS (Amyotrophic Lateral
Sclerosis). Caregivers and
family members are also
welcome.
Registration is not re-
quired. For more informa-
tion about the Spinal Cord
Injury Reunion Group, call
850-494-3212.

Sleep Support group
scheduled to meet
The Sleep Support
Group meets on the second
Tuesday (June 9) of each
month from 5:30-6:30 p.m:
in the Community Rooms
of the West Florida Reha-
bilitation Institute, 8391
N. Davis Highway in Pen-
sacola.
The next meeting is
scheduled for Tuesday,
June 9, and the featured
speaker will be Robert
Dawkins, Ph.D., MPH,
certified sleep specialist
with West Florida Hospi-
tal. During the session,
Dr. Dawkins will discuss
"Sleep Disorders and
CPAP Therapy." Support
group participants are also
encouraged to bring their
CPAP machines to the
meeting if they would like
to have their pressures
checked or ask questions
about their treatment.
The session is free and
open to anyone with a sus-
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Wednesday, June 3, 2009


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Santa Rosa's Press Gazette | B3


Voices from the CLASS OF 2009


There are many to thank


By Mary Allen
Pace High Senior
Representative

On Saturday night, the
class of 2009 will be turning
their tassels and officially
entering the real world. Some
of us will be the first in our
families to walk across a stage
and receive a high school
diploma, and many of us will
be the first to go to college.
It has truly been an honor
to represent Pace High School
for the past year, but I'll just
be honest, I have had a very
long week. Please don't pity
me, though. Had this decision
not been made, I would not
have had the platform that I've
had over the past seven days.
My voice has not been
silenced. I have rallied, I
have prayed, I have been
interviewed, I have protested,
I have witnessed, and I have
felt pretty much every emotion
imaginable. I was confused, I
was upset, I was angry, but at
this point in my life, I am just
feeling very thankful.
Colossians 3:17 says,
"Whatever you do, whether in
word or deed, do it all in the
name of the Lord Jesus, giving
thanks to God the Father
through Him." So thank the
Lord for lawsuits. What man
had intended for evil, God has
turned to good.
I have been politicking
since the 8th grade, and
in almost every campaign
speech I've ever given, I've
said the same things: "If you
elect me into office, my voice
will become your voice. I am
a woman of my convictions
and will always stand up for,
what I believe in." I said this
when I was 12. Well, it took
almost 5 years, but I have
finally had to practice what
I've been preaching for all
of these years. It has been
an incredible ride, and I can
credit that to many, many
people.
First and foremost, I'd
like to thank the two people
who have sacrificed the most
to make sure that I had the
opportunities to succeed that
they didn't. Mom and Dad, I
know that you've struggled,
but I hope you know that your
efforts were not done in vain.
This is the American


Dream, and I'm living it.
Martin Luther King said that
the color of a person's skin
does not dictate the content of
their character. The president
of our nation is a black man.
I am a Hisparic female. We
are living proof that Mr. King's
dream is finally becoming
reality and we do live in a land
of infinite opportunity.
Underclassmen, you don't
realize it now, but the chances
of your high school career
working out as you currently
have planned are slim to none.
Two years ago, I was sitting
on the left side of Patriot
Stadium, on one of the top
rows, toward the center, and
I vividly remember listening
to our former student body
president speak. I thought to
myself, "There is no way that
I could ever give a speech in
front of all of those people,"
Well, I've spoken in front of a
lot of people, but I never once
thought that I would have to
fight for my privilege to speak
at my graduation.
I hope that none of you take
for granted how blessed you
are to go,to such a wonderful
school. Don't let the fear of
failure keep you from going
after something you want.
I can promise that things
will not always work out as
you had hoped, but always
remember that there are
already bigger plans set for
you..
To the faculty and staff of
Pace High School, I cannot
thank you enough for all of
your support and words of
encouragement this year. You
have served our school well,
and you are truly the salt and
the light of the earth. Know
that I am praying for each and
every one of you daily.
To my incredible SGA and
my wonderful advisors, I could
not have asked for a better
second family. I didn't know
what I was getting myself into
when I made the decision to
run for office, but it was one
of the best decisions I've ever
made. I love you all. Thank
you for'all of the memories. I
will miss you, but I know I'm
leaving you in good hands.
To my senior class, some of
us have been on this journey
together since kindergarten
and some of us for only one


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short year. Not everyone
who started out with us as
freshmen have made it this
far, so you definitely have a lot
to be proud of.
I hope you all believe
me when I say that I see
no failures in the class of
2009. Instead, I see future
politicians, doctors, lawyers,
dancers, singers, teachers,
actresses, chefs, artists and
preachers, and I want all of
you to know that I'm very
proud of my class. The glass
ceiling has been broken. There
is no limit to how far we can go
in life. Remember, we're only
as good as we want to be.
Maybe your parents were
the ones who pushed you to
do well in school, or maybe
the fear of ending up like your
parents is what drove you.
Maybe you had a goal to get
into a certain school or win a
particular award. Whatever
it was, always remember
the force that drove you, and
continue to let it steer you into
the next chapter of your lives.
As for me, at the end of my
life, I want it said by the One
who gave me life, "Well done,
my good and faithful servant."
There is only one force that
has driven me this far, and if
I am persecuted for thanking
Jesus Christ, then so be it.
The Lord is on my side, and I
am not afraid of anyone. The
presence of the Holy Spirit
cannot be legislated.
In.preparation for this
speech, I tried to look up
inspirational quotes or stories
to motivate my senior class to
doigreat things in their lives,
and the only book worthy was
the book of Judges, .straight


from the Holy Bible. It is the
story of Samson that I would
like to share with you tonight.
You see, Samson had
great, strength. The secret
of his amazing strength was
found in his hair. In a state of
weakness, Samson told people
willingly the source from
which he. got his strength,
which was from God. Not
surprisingly, there were
people who hated Samson
and wanted to rob him of his
strength, so they cut off his
hair.
There are two great lessons
we can learn from this man's
life. Number one, cherish and
guard your spiritual gifts; and .
never allow someone to take
them from you or punish you
for having possessed true
- faith. Be true to yourself even
when it comes at great cost.
Secondly, practice humility.
At the end of his life, blind
and humbled because he had
sacrificed his strength in a
state of weakness, Samson
finally realized his utter
dependence upon his faith in
God. Knowing the Lord again
once and for all, he was once
blind, but now could see.
We live in a beautiful
country where we are granted
unlimited opportunities and
vast protections against those
who mean to stifle the basic
rights and liberties that we all
value as Americans and that
are envied by the rest of the
world. Among these are the
right to free speech, the right
to a trial by jury, the right to
bear arms and, yes, the right to
exercise one's religion freely.
My school, my
administration and my


Our seniors are anything but ordinary
Apy ar y/


By Amelia Weekley
Milton Senior Class President

Good evening, ladies
and gentlemen, parents,
distinguished guests and
fellow classmates.
Legendary is not a
word often used to define
a class, but our class is
anything but ordinary.
We stepped through
the doors of Milton,
High School that fateful
day four years ago not.
knowing what to expect.
Most of us didn't know
many people and didn't
even realize the long-
lasting friendships that
were soon to be made.
Throughout our
journey at Milton,
we have only grown
stronger as a class of
competitors and friends.
We have built everlasting
friendships in long nights
decorating the gym and
dancing to "Thriller" on
a dark front lawn.
The day 494 of us
.. stepped through Milton
.High School's front
doors in August 2005
is one many of us will
never forget, the terror
of starting high school
and the fear of being
stuffed into a trash can
by upperclassmen. But
somehow, we managed
to make it.through to the
next year.
We were no longer
the low man on the
totem pole, not quite


upperclassmen, but not
the little guys anymore.
We were still finding
our voice as a class but
began to find our spirit at
pep rallies and in class
competitions placing
third in homecoming
float competition.
Then came our fateful
junior year. We were
determined to make
a name for ourselves
at Milton High School,
and we weren't going
down without a fight, in
anything. We exploded
with spirit at every pep
rally, winning nearly
every spirit competition,
and made Rosser Gym
our second home on sign
competition nights. We
capped off our year by
holding prom for the first
time ever at Myspayce in
downtown Pensacola.
As the tassels turned
on the Class of 2008, we
realized it was our turn
to take center stage.
This was the day we
had waited for since we
were freshmen. Our
senior year was finally
here. However, the
first part of our year
will be remembered
for a different reason
altogether, a devastating
one.
We received the
-news that one of our
classmates had been
lost on the threshold
of his senior year. We
were crushed. We will


always remember Matt
Johnson, and because
he will always be close
to our hearts, there is
an empty chair on the
field for him tonight.
Even with this crushing
sadness upon us, time
did not stand still for our
class.
Homecoming
was upon us, and we
managed to stand
together and pull
through, placing in the
homecoming parade.
with a third-place car,
and dominated the class
skits. Michael Jackson's
"Thriller" will never
have the same meaning
for this class.


Now we stand on the
threshold of graduating,
with $4,025,547 worth
scholarships awarded so
far, 17 seniors who have
walked across Pensacola
Junior College's stage '
and received a college
diploma, and 32 honor '
graduates.
In our four years
we have had three
Wonderful class
sponsors, Joanna Lynn,
Mandy Stephens, and
Lyndi Hardy. These
women are wonderful,
and they have impacted
not only my life, but
many of the seniors
sitting on this field
tonight. Thank you,


Ladies; we love you,
arid you will always be
part of our Milton High
memories.
Thank you to all of my
teachers who have not
only taught me lessons
out of textbooks, but
lessons in life that I will
always remember.
Thank you to all of our
parents who helped us
study at 2 a.m., were our
shoulders to cry on when
. we had a fight with our
.best friend and helped
us mend our broken
hearts. We could never
find the words to express
how grateful we are for
everything you have
done for us our whole
lives.
I can't tell each of
my classmates how
proud I am to be a part
of a class with so many
great accomplishments.
This is truly a group of
amazing people.
As we reflect on
four years of mounds
of homework; endless
fundraisers like
T-shirts, candles,
candy and doughnuts
and doughnuts and
doughnuts; friendships
and the drama that
comes along with high
school, we realize it was
all worth it for us to be
here at this place tonight
together. After all the
miles we have traveled
together, we realize that
we are now ready to face


the world. I
Being a part of this
class has taught me
to never give up on
anything just because it
is hard. We have always
strived for what we
wanted to accomplish,
and I hope we always do
so. A history of decisions
lies behind us, leaving us
wiser for those decisions
that wait to be made.
It is my prayer for this
group that we diligently
strive to meet our goals
and that we will always
endeavor to come to the
aid of those that need us.
I encourage you to never
lose sight of who you are
and always be there for
a shoulder for others to
lean on.
Always stand up
for what you believe,
no matter what the
consequence, and never,
ever let anyone silence
your faithful voice. I pray
that each of you never
settles for less than what
you are, and always be
proud to be a Panther
and a member of the
Milton High School Class
of 2009.
Now is the time I
have to say goodbye to
many of you, but with
the hope that most of
you will meet me under
that goalpost for our first
alumni celebration this
fall. Until then, may God
bless you and hold you in
the hollow of His hand.


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student body have been on
trial in this regard, and I have
asked myself this question:
What is it that we, the young
people here tonight, the future
of America, what is it that we
should be learning from our
experiences here at Pace High
' School? I can tell you what I
have learned. Telling me that
I cannot pray for guidance
when I need it, telling me that
my teachers cannot pray for
me when I am in trouble and
need help, telling me that
my principal cannot pray for
me when he knows I need
strength.
From these; my experiences
this year at Pace High School,
I have learned that it is just
as' evil to rob a person of their
faith as it is to rob them of
their liberty. They cannot take
our freedoms from us, nor can
they take what is in our hearts.
We leave this school stronger
and better versed in what it
means to be an American.
We have faced punishments
for our convictions, and we
have emerged stronger and
more faithful for it. When we
leave the halls of this school,
we do so knowing that Pace
High School's teachers and its
administrators have taught us
what it means to be a TRUE
Patriot.
I have been blessed beyond
words this year, and at the
same time have faced more
trials than I had strength to
overcome.
I want you all to think
back to just 12 months ago
and how different your lives
were. Some of us have lost
loved ones, experienced the
heartache of breakups or
divorces, suffered financial
distress, ended relationships,
were diagnosed with a terrible
-disease, had a dream crushed,
had our hearts broken or
were hit with a lawsuit. I can
say with a hundred percent
certainty that I do not deserve
to be standing before you,
but that it is through God's
amazing love and grace that I
am here.
Congratulations, seniors!
This battle is not over, but we
have fought the good fight, we
have finished the course, and
we have kept the faith. May
God continue to bless you in
all that you do.





Wednesday, June 3, 2009


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Florida AG McCollum joins




fight against charity fraud


'Operation False Charity' includes actions taken by federal, state authorities


Attorney General Bill McCollum
has announced Florida's participa-
tion in a nationwide enforcement
effort against fraudulent charitable
solicitors which claim to help police,
firefighters and veterans, among oth-
er supposed charitable causes. The
effort was lead by the Federal Trade
Commission, together with 61 attor-
neys general, secretaries of state,
and other law enforcers of 48 states
and the District of Columbia.
"In these tough economic times,
the thought that disreputable in-
dividuals are using charitable do-
nations for their own profit is just
abhorrent," said Attorney General
McCollum. "I am proud to be part of
this coordinated effort to protect our
state's good samaritans.",
The actions announced as part of
"Operation False Charity" include 76
actions against 32 fundraising com-
panies, 31 individuals and 22 nonprof-
its or purported nonprofits on whose
behalf funds were solicited. These
defendants were accused of tricking
consumers into giving by claiming
affiliations with law enforcement and
veterans groups or misleading con-
sumers about how much of the mon-
ey donated would actually go to those
groups. According to the FTC, the
defendants used legitimate-sound-
ing names to give their organizations
a veneer of credibility. Their real goal


was to trick consumers into contrib-
uting money that was overwhelm-
ingly used to support themselves and
their fundraisers.
As part of the operation, the At-
torney General announced that Flor-
ida and numerous other states have
filed a lawsuit against a professional
solicitation company which solicits
funds on behalf of more than 35 char-
itable clients but is accused of keep-
ing an overwhelming percentage of
the donated funds. According to its
contracts, Community Support Inc.
generally kept more than 80 percent
of all money donated to its clients
and in some situations kept as much
as 90 percent, leaving just 10 percent
for the charity.
The lawsuit alleges Community
Support often misrepresented how
much of the funds actually went to a
charity and how much would be spent
in the donor's local community. Oth-
er allegations include harassment
of call recipients, falsely claiming to
be law enforcement or veterans, or
falsely claiming a person had previ-
ously made a pledge when he or she
had not.
Community Support, via pend-
ing consent judgments, has agreed
to cease all improper or illegal con-
duct, and a Florida settlement is im-
minent. Additionally, the company
will have to regularly report infor-


mation to the states and be more re-
sponsible for its employees' training,
conduct and representations made
to consumers. Community Sup-
port also agreed to reimburse the
states $200,000 for the costs 'of the
investigation.
In addition to announcing the en-
forcement efforts, the FTC and the
participating states also offered con-
sumer education resources about
charities that solicit donations on be-
half of veterans and military families.
Many of the following tips apply to
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record and a history. Charities that
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purposes, it's best to pay by check
made payable to the charity. Ask for
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Photos by BILL GAMBLIN I Press Gazette
Reed Ballard and his mother, Shannon, make a
necklace during the University of Florida Santa
Rosa County Extension Expo to celebrate Florida
4-H's 100 years of youth success, held Saturday at
the Extension Office on Dogwood Drive in Milton.
Ballard made a necklace with a shark's tooth.

This shark
"Pwljaw was on
display at
the Extension
Expo.
















Archery is just
one of the items
many 4-H'ers
can participate
in. Kaitlyn Pace,
above, focuses
on a target be-
fore releasing
Usher arrow.
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with a bow and
arrow, left, is
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Wednesday, June 3, 2009


Local


Santa Rosa's Press GazetteI B5


License & vehicle INSPECTIONS


Special to the Press Gazette
The Florida Highway
Patrol will be conduct-
ing driver's license and
vehicle inspection check-
points during the month
of June at the below listed
locations in Santa Rosa
County.
Recognizing the danger
presented to the public by
defective vehicle equip-
ment, troopers will con-
centrate their efforts on
vehicles being operated
with defects such as bad
brakes, worn tires and de-
fective lighting equipment.
In addition, attention will
be directed to drivers who


would violate the driver's
license laws of Florida.
The patrol has found
these checkpoints to be an
effective m&ans of enforc-
ing the equipment and driv-
er license laws of Florida
while ensuring the protec-
tion of all motorists.

June 1-11
*Quintette Road west of
County Road 197
*Bagdad Highway south
of Milton
*Hamilton bridge Road
east of Bridge
County Road 197 north
of Guernsey Road
*State Road 4 northern


Santa Rosa County
*State Road 399 west of
State Road 87

June 12-18
*Nicholes Lake Road
east of State Road 87
West Spencerfield
north of U.S. 90
*Ward Basin Road at
the Fire Department
*Berryhill Road east of
Chumuckla Highway
*State Road 87 in Hol-
ley-Navarre

June 19-25
*Hamilton Bridge Road
east of Bridge


State Road 89 northern
Santa Rosa County
Chumuckla Highway
north of U.S. 90
Bagdad Highway south
of Milton
*Mulat Road south of
U.S. 90
Anderson Lane south


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June 26-30
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Old Bagdad Highway
*County Road 197 north
of Guernsey Road
State Road 87 northern


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*Da Lisa Road east of
Galt City Road
*Hamilton Bridge Road
east of Bridge
Quintette Road east of
Escambia River
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LARRY BRYANT
Larry moved to Milton soon after his graduation
from Ponce deLeon High School in 1974 and began
his first job here with Ken Smith's S & S Auto Parts-
His first ambition was to become a Florida Highway
Patrol trooper, but when that did not materialize, he
settled for the next best substitute: Law enforcement.
His career in that field began 'to unfold when
Larry was commissioned a Reserve Deputy by Sheriff
Harvell Enfinger in 1976. There was just one catch.
At that time it was necessary to furnish your own
gun, and he said he wasn't old enough to buy one. So,
how did he solve that problem? He got his sister
Barbara to purchase one for him from a pawn shop.
This was just a mild example of his problem solving
ability during the journey that brought him to a record
retirement from the Santa Rosa County Sheriff's
Department this past May 1, 2009. Larry was the first
officer to retire from this agency with 30 years of
service.
LARRYBRYANT Larry spent a hectic, but outstanding career in
lawenforcement, workings a State Park Ranger
before, he was finally accepted in the Florida Highway Patrol Academy. But to his dismay, due
to an early-on injury, he was not able to continue in that capacity. He went on to work for
NYCO Security before being hired by Sheriff Enfinger in 1978, and later worked as a patrol-
man for the Milton Police department.
Larry spent many years as an investigator and helped solve a great many homicides, one
of which was the apprehension of two murder suspects from Louisiana in 1985. A book enti-
tled "Specific Intent" was written about this case by O'Neil De Noux in which Larry was
prominently portrayed. John Willie and Judy Walters were convicted for the murders. Other
cases in which Larry was involved included the 1989 Kimberly McZinc starvation death and
the Warfield Wike conviction for kidnapping, murder, attempted murder, and sexual battery of
two young sisters in the north end of the county in 1988. While assigned to the Narcotics
Division, Larry was involved with some of the biggest drug busts in this county.
Larry is married to Karen King Bryant of Milton and has one daughter, Jennifer Bryant,
who works for The Escambia County Sheriff's Office and UWF Police Dept. in communica-
tion.
t Larry was nominated for America's Most Wanted All Stars this past year. Few if any will
disagree with us that Larry has devoted his life to his dream of working in law enforcement,
and it will never be determined just how many of us have benefited from his dedication. We
salute him for his work, his.commitment to his career, and to the ideals that he hasn't lost,
even with retirement.t(The Press Gazette is expected to later present an extended feature on
Larry's life and outstanding law enforcement career.)

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B6 | Santa Rosa's Pres e


Flower show opens


at Visitor C enter

Navarre Garden Club sponsoring


Special to the Press Gazette
The Navarre Garden
Club will sponsor its annual
flower show at the Navarre
Visitor Center on June 3
and 4. The show this year
is titled "Celebration" and
has advanced to a Standard
Flower Show. In past years
it was always a Small-Stan-
dard Show.
Garden Club Members
are invited to make sub-
missions in any of three
divisions: horticulture,
floral design or special ex-
hibits. Each of these Divi-


sions contains a number
of subcategories. For more
information, call Martha
Considine, -show chairman
at 862-3282.
The show will be judged
by officials from the Na-
tional Garden Clubs Inc.
Judging will begin at 2 p.m.
Wednesday, June 3rd.
After the judging, the
show will be opened for
public viewing from 3-5
p.m. Wednesday, and from
10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Thurs-
day. Judging by last year's
show, this is an event not to
be missed.


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lutionary War Veteran in
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Snowden. The Daughters
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laying of a wreath on his
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Flags for all branches of mil-
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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











Circulation

Quest ions

or Wqes?

1-800-345-8688


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
described personal
property, to wit:
DESCRIPTION OF
PROPERTY
2007 STEM/STERLING
LT 9500, WHITE
VIN #:
2FZHAZCV77AX38102
1989 FORD CONVEN-
TIONAL L LT9000,
WHITE
VIN #:
1FDYU90LOKVA18070
I shall offer this prop-
erty for sale, at east
front door of the Santa
Rosa Criminal Justice
Facility, 5755 East Mil-
ton Rd, Milton, Florida,
Santa Rosa County,
Florida, at the hour of
10:00 am. on the 16TH
day of JUNE, 2009 or
as soon thereafter as
possible. I will offer for
sale all the said
defendant's, FDS CON-
STRUCTION, INC.,
right, title and interest
in, the aforesaid per-
sonal property, at pub-
lic auction and will sell
the same, subject to
taxes, all prior liens,
encumbrances and
judgments, if any to
the highest and best
bidder for CASH INI
HAND. The proceeds
to be applied as far as
may be to the payment
of costs and the satis-
faction of the above de-
scribed execution.
WENDELL HALL,
SHERIFF OF SANTA
ROSA COUNTY, FLOR-
IDA
By: /s/ Rosie Rogers


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ROSIE ROGERS
Deputy Sheriff
IF YOU HAVE A DISA-
BILITY REQUIRING
SPECIAL ACCOMMO-
DATIONS OR TO AR-
RANGE TO VIEW THE
PROPERTY, PLEASE
CONTACT JANICE
PLATT (850) 983-1281
AT LEAST SEVEN (7)
DAYS PRIOR TO THE
SALE DATE.
051309
052009
052709
060309
51617


Legal 5/619
IN THE CIRCUIT
COURT FOR SANTA
ROSA COUNTY,
FLORIDA PROBATE
DIVISION
File No. 57-2009-CP-59
Division
IN RE: ESTATE OF
ANNA I. 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 RO.
Box 472, Milton, Florida
32572. The names and
addresses of the per-
sonal representatives
and the personal repre-
sentatives' attorney 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.


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All other creditors of
the decedent and other
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 16, 2009.
Attorney for Personal
Representatives:
/s/ JEFFREY P ROTH
Attorney for Petitioner
Florida Bar No.
0153698
JEFFREY P ROTH
896 Buttonwood Dr.,
Unit 211
Ft. Myers Beach, FL
33931
Telephone: (419)
261-8513
Personal Representa-
tives:
/s/ CAROL ANN MAR-
KOVITS- GOEHRING
Carol Ann
Markovits-Goehring
1304 Cleveland Road
W.
Huron, Ohio 44839
052709.,
060309



Legal 5/683


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 Cr.3il.Jr .:r ir.
cedent and other,
sons having claim
demands ag
decedent's estate
whom a copy of
notice is required t
served must file
claims with this
WITHIN THE LA
OF 3 MONTHS AF
THE TIME OF
FIRST PUBLIC
OF THIS NOTICE
30 DAYS AFTER
DATE OF SERVICE
A COPY OF THIS
TICE ON THEM.
All other creditor
the decedent and
persons having cl
or demands ag
decedent's estate
file their claims witt
court WITHIN
MONTHS AFTER
DATE OF THE F
PUBLICATION
THIS NOTICE.
ALL CLAIMS
FILED WITHIN
TIME PERIODS
FORTH IN SEC
733.702 OF THE F
IDA PROBATE C
WILL BE FORE
BARRED.
NOTWITHSTAND
THE TIME PERI
SET FORTH AB'
ANY CLAIM F
TWO (2) YEARS
MORE AFTER
DECEDENT'S DATI
DEATH IS BARRED
The date of first
cation of this Noti
May 27, 2009.
Attorney for Per
Representative:
Todd M. LaDouceur
Attorney for Dani
Behan
Florida Bar No. 064
4459-A Hw 90'
Pace, FL 3571-206e
Telephone:
377-2720
Fax: (888) 229-0914
Personal Repres
five:
Daniel J. Behan
4906 Laurel Oak D
Pace, Florida 32571


Doll R. James, CN..
4891 Tealwood Driv
Pace, Florida 32571
CASE
2007-06219
LICENSE NO.:
112381 ,
The Department
Health has filed an
ministrative Comi
against you, a co1
which may be obt
by contacting, Mi
G. Lawrence, Jr A
tant General COu
Prosecution Ser


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per- press Way, Bin #C65,
s or Tallahassee Florida
ainst 32399-3265, (850)
on 245-4640
this
o be If no contact has been
their made by you concern-
court ing the above by July 1,
tTER 2009, the matter of the
TER Administrative Com-
THE plaint will be presented
TION at an ensuing meeting
OR of the Board of Nursing
THE in formal proceeding.
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S Americans with Disabili-
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aims modation to participate
ainst in this proceeding
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Sthis vidual or agency send-
3 ing this notice not later
THE than seven days prior
IRST to the proceeding at
OF the address given on
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NOT (850) 245-4640,
THE 1-800-955-8771 (TDD)
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TION via Florida Relay Serv-.
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ODS 061709
OVE, 5/685
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THE Legal 6/710
E OF
*.. IN THE CIRCUIT
publi- COURT OF THE
ce is FIRST JUDICIAL CIR-
CUIT, IN AND FOR
SANTA ROSA
sonal COUNTY, FLORIDA
Case No.: 09-615-DR
r Division:
el J.
Joseph Ben Kirkeeng,
051 Petitioner

6 and
(850)
Celina Centino
S Kirkedng
enta- Respondent.
NOTICE OF ACTION
rive FOR DISSOLUTION
Ee OF MARRIAGE

TO: CELINA CENTINO
KIRKEENG
3192 Wells Beach Rd
Navarre FL 32566
YOU ARE NOTIFIED
that an action has been
filed against you and
N that you are required tdo
serve a copy of your
ARD written defenses, if any,
to it on JOSEPH BEN
KIRKEENG whose ad-
e to dress is 3192 Wells
Beach Rd Navarre FL
32566 on or before July
A. 2, 2009, and file the
le original with the clerk of
1 this Court at 6865 Car-
oline St., Milton 32570,
NO.: before service on Peti-
tioner or immediately
thereafter. If you fall to
CNA do so, a default may
be entered against
you for the relief de-
of manded in the peti-
n Ad- tion.
oplaint
oy of Copies of all court
ained documents in this
chael case, including
Assis- orders, are available
nsel, at the Clerk of the Cir-
vices cuit Court's office.


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You may review these Legal 6 12 Legai n-1.3
documents upon re-
quest. IN THE CIRCUIT IN THE CIRCUIT
COURT OF THE COURT IN AND FOR
You must keep the FIRST JUDICIAL CIR- SANTA ROSA
Clerk of the Circuit CUlT, IN AND FOR COUNTY, FLORIDA
Court's office notified SANTA ROSA PROBATE DIVISION
of your current ad- COUNTY, FLORIDA File No.: 57 2009 CP
,dress. (You may file JUVENILE DIVISION 123
Notice of Current Ad- CASE NUMBER
dress, Florida Su- 07-DP-200 IN RE THE ESTATE
preme Court Ap- OF:
proved Family Law IN-THE INTEREST OF:
Form 12.915.) Future JOSEPH A.SEALE
papers in this lawsuit A.P. DOB: Deceased.
will be mailed to the 12/19/2007
address on record at NOTICE TO CREDI-
the clerk's office. A MINOR CHILD TORS
WARNING: Rule TO: Nathan Rowlett, YOU ARE HEREBY NO-
12.285, Florida Family Father TIFIED that administra-
Law Rules of Proce- Address and wherea- tion of the Estate of JO-
dure, requires certain bouts unknown SEPH A. SEALE, de-
automatic disclosure ceased, whose date of
of documents and in- Father of A. R: Nathan death was January 5,
formation. Failure to Rowlett 2009, is pending in the
comply can result in Circuit Court for Santa
sanctions, including YOU ARE HEREBY Rosa County, Florida,
dismissal or striking NOTIFIED that a Peti- Probate Division, P.O.
of pleadings. tion under oath has Box 472, Milton, Florida
been filed in the above 32572. The names and
Dated: May 29, 2009. styled Court for the ter- addresses of the Per-
mination of parental sonal Representative
CLERK OF THE CIR- rights of A.R, a female and the Personal
CUIT COURT child born on the 19th Representative's attor-
CIRCUIT COURT SEAL day of December, ney are set forth below.
By: Carmen Emery 2007, in Escambia
Deputy Clerk County, Florida by the All creditors of the De-
Department of Children cedent and other per-
060309 and Family Services, sons having claims or
061009 for subsequent adop- demands against
061709 tion, and you are Decedent's Estate on
062409 hereby commanded to whom a copy of this
6/710Q be and appear before Notice is required to be
the Honorable Marci served must file their
L. Goodman, Judge of claims with this Court
Legal 6/711 the Circuit Court in and WITHIN THE LATER
for Santa Rosa County, OF 3 MONTHS AFTER
Milton Lot for Sale Florida, at the Santa THE TIME OF THE
The GFWC (Milton Rosa County Court- FIRST PUBLICATION
Woman's Club) is ac- house, 6865 Caroline OF THIS NOTICE OR
cepting bids on the va- Street, Milton, FL ,30 DAYS AFTER THE
cant lot on Santa Rosa 32570, on the 23rd day DATE OF SERVICE OF
St. Milton Fl. 32530. of July, 2009, at 2:00 A COPY OF THIS NO-
Santa Rosa Co., Legal p.m. You must either TICE ON THEM.
Description, TOWN OF appear on the date and
MILTON LOT 3 BLK 31 at the time specified or All other creditors of
AS DES IN OR 1406 send a written re- the decedent and other
PG 216. Parcel ID sponse to the Court persons having claims
03-1 N-28-2530- prior to that time. or demands against
03100-0030. Sealed Decedent's Estate must
bids will be accepted YOUR FAILURE TO file their claims with th is
for thirty days from APPEAR OR RE- Court WITHIN THREE
date of posting. Bidd- SPOND SHALL BE MONTHS AFTER THE
ing will close on the 3rd TREATED AS A CON- DATE OF THE FIRST
day of July 2009. All SENT TO TERMINA- PUBLICATION OF
offers must be post- TION OF PARENTAL THIS NOTICE.
marked by the 4th dIay RIGHTS AND YOU
of July 2009. There is SHALL PERMA- ALL CLAIMS NOT
a minimum reserve NENTLY LOSE ALL FILED WITHIN' THE
price for this property. LEGAL RIGHTS AS A TIME PERIODS SET
SThe sealed minimum PARENT TO THE FORTH IN SECTION
amount will be held by CHILD NAMED IN 733.702 OF THE
the law firm of Suther- THIS PETITION FOR FLORIDA PROBATE
land, Asbill & Brennan. TERMINATION OF CODE WILL BE FOR-
Bids will be opened PARENTAL RIGHTS. EVER BARRED.
and reviewed on or be-
fore the 15th day of WITNESS my hand as NOTWITHSTANDING
July 2009. Sale will be the Clerk of said Court THE TIME PERIODS
awarded to the highest and the Seal thereof, SET FORTH ABOVE,
bidder that exceeds the this 26th day of May, ANY CLAIM FILED
minimum reserve. In, 2009. TWO (2) YEARS OR
the event of two or MORE AFTER THE
more identical bids the CLERK OF COURT DECEDENT'S DATE
tying bidders will be SANTA ROSA OF DEATH IS
notified and given five COUNTY, FLORIDA BARRED.



Mino mid and ie
days after notification CIRCUIT COURT SEAL
to submit their highest By: Suzanne Brooks Date of the, first publi-
and best offer. Bids Deputy Clerk cation of this Notice:
should be submitted June 3, 2009
to: 060309
Tom Curvin Suther- 061009 SIMPSON LAW FIRM
land, Asbill & Brennan, 061709 Attorney for Personal
999 Peachtree Steet 062409 Representative
NE, Atlanta, GA 6/712 1048 Mar Walt Drive
30309-3996. Attention: Ft. Walton Beach, FL
Milton Woman's Club
060309 R y Toda
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By: /s/ David A. Simp-
son
DAVID A. SIMPSON
Florida Bar No. 202460
Personal Representa-
tive of the Estate of Jo-
seph A. Seale
/s/ Muriel Castillo
Muriel Castillo
41 Marlborough Road
Shalimar, FL 32579
060309
061009
6/713


1 60
LOST
In Pace. Blue
Healer/Cattle dog.
Well fed female with
Sdrooping left ear.
572-2278 ,
Reward for lost female
Sheltie. Beloved family
pet. Lost in the Hamil-
ton Bridge area May
25. 380-8997


1170
FOUND
Dog in Pea Ridge area.
Please call 994-7587,
please leave message
FOUND
Quintette Road. Female
Beagle. White with
brown markings. 10 to
20 lbs. 449-7827






PEMS & ANIMALS
2100- Pets
2110- Pets: Free to
Good Home
2120 Pet Supplies
2130 Farm Animals/
SSupplies
2140 Pets/Livestock
Wanted
2150 Pet Memorials




AKC, Boxer pups, $400
& up. Flashy fawn, brin-
dle & white Ready to
go! 685 0998


| 21 00 |
AKC Pedigree English
Mastiffs. Ready 6/10. 3
fawns and 3 brindles.
Parents on site.
(850)384-3726



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Free Kittens 983-4899

FREE KITTENS
291-2102

FREE TO GOOD
HOME. Leopard Cur. 7
month old female. Call
623-9001


I MERCHANDISE
3100 Antiques
3110- Appliances
3120- Arts & Crafts
3130- Auctions
3140 Baby Items
3150 Building Supplies
3160- Business
Equipment
3170 -PCollectibles
3180 Computers
3190 -.Electronics
3200 Firewood
3220 Furniture
3230 Garage/Yard Sales
32403 Guns
3250 Good Things to Eat
3260 Health & Fitness
3270 Jewelry/Clothing
3280 Machinery/
Equipment
3290 Medical Equipment
3300 Miscellaneous
3310 Musical Instruments
3320 Plants & Shrubs/
Supplies
3330 Restaurant/Hotel
3340 Sporting Goods
3350 Tickets (Buy & Sell)



1 3190 ~


NEW ruDAV
Entertainment
System
Kenwood stereo
w/five(5) components:
Works great! $350. Call
850-983-6555


I 3220 3230
Leather Sofa/loveseat THREE FAMILY
New, still in box. Retail YARD SALE
$1899 only $699 Can June 5th & 6th
separate. 850 471-0330 6572 Cedar Street
Brand new Pillowtop 7am until ?
Mattress, Queenw& Many Itemrnsl
foundation. Fact. warr.
$169 850-471-0330 De-
liv available 4 M
King Mattress and 2 pc 3250
box set. New, in plastic Cumbrred
Pillowtop Only$225 0 Cucumbers ready
471-0330 Can deliver now. Tomatoes to
follow. Curtis
Penton Farms
tE W j AV 675-4111

'Mattress and Box Set,
Full Size Still sealed | 3300
from factory, new, 850
255-3050 BEST WELLNESS CO!
Shop with me for 60
Says. 100O% guarantee
t money back. 40% off
3230 the house hold
ES 32 SA products ou use every
ESTATE SALE day. Call-me today!
Fri. 5th & Sat. 6th 719-201-2926
5184 Sea Gull Drive
Pace, FL 994-4062 Oak TV stand with 41"
i-,- ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ cn. ^h isreNT, works
Fri & Sat 8am 2 Family bi scr blend .wo ready
Moving Sale$Furniture 950; Antique, porce-
and Baby Items and lain sink with metal
much much more 5825 base $200. (850)
Quietwood Dr. Milton 994-8851 I/ 449-8129
MULTI FAMILY r
Sat., June 6, 8-? OLD PHOTOGRAPH
4080 Driskell Rd. (off From the '30's or
Ward Basin) Fishing '40's
items, furniture, tools, Name on back is
appliances, drums, Vesta Harrison
clothes, nic-nacs. Eddlaward.
MUST SEE. Once lived in Milton
Too much to list. Call (850) 994-6651
PORCH SALE or 607-5164
Rin or Shine, Ask for Evelyn or
Fri. & Sat, leave message.
8134 Old Stagecoach -
Road, off North Airport.
Furniture, clothes, I
shoes, Avon, misc. i
Skyline Yard Sale. Big
Selection. Everything Fender Squire
Must Go. Fri. 5th-Sat. Electric Guitar
6th 7 a.m.- dark. 6563 Fender hard case &
Julia Dr. Fender 12" dual chan-
THREE FAMILIES nel amp with remote
June 4th, 5th & 6th foot switch, foot con-
Bam-6pm, Wet or Dry trolled digital effects
Hwy. 89 Nowling, Jay. processor with
Furniture, appliances, wah-wah pedal, guitar
bedding, clothes, tools stand and all cables.
Excellent condition!
THREE FAMILY SALE $600. Call 226-6754
Saturday, June 6th
2 dining rooms, 2 bed-
room suites, couch,
dryer, SWB Camper
shell, tables.Lots of
odds and ends.
DON'T MISS
THIS ONE!
1135 Hidden Valley-
Road, Milton.
Cancel if rain
623-3314 I


Double Barrel Shot
Gun. LC Smith. Very
old, works perfect.
$550. 994-6007





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EMPLOYMENT
4100- Help Wanted
4110-Restaurants/Clubs
4120-Sales
4130 Employment
Information




DRIVER TRAINEES
NEEDED NOW! Drivers
being hired and trained
locally for Werner En-
terprises. No experi-
ence needed.
1-866-280-5309

Home Health Agency
needs RNs, LPNs,
CNAs and Home
Health Aids for private
duty shifts. Weekend
included. Fax resume
475-9330. email re-
sume hr@care-staff.
com or visit our website
at www.care-staff.com

Milton Company now
hiring- for phone sales.
Hourly rate plus com-
mission. Excellent op-
portunity. Non-smoking
environment. 698-5951


REAL ESTATE FOR RENT
6100- Business/
Commercial
6110 Apartments
6120- Beach Rentals
6130 Condr/Townhouse
6140-uHouse Rentals
6150 Roommate Wanted
6160 Rooms for Rent
6170-Mobile Home/Lot
6180 Out-ot-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


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Sales
Help Wanted!
Could you use $500 to
$1000, extra income per
month? Please call
Sandy 1-800-859-1522


Milton 2 Br 2Ba duplex
Small yard, quiet street.
Ceramic tile floors, gas
fireplace, laundry rm.
$600 mo. $600 deposit.
Pet neg. Ask for Sheree
623-2500 or 450-5339


C| 61 10
Milton
Duplex-2/1. Refrigera-
tor, D.W., stove, W/D
hookups. 6461 Maddox
Rd., $550 month/$550
dep. 261-9131

Milton
MOVE IN SPECIAL
1/BR furnished or un-
furnished. No dogs.
Has laundry room, in
ground swimming
pool, in walking dis-
tance to stores, res-
taurants, etc.$599 in-
cludes deposit, credit
check & 1st months
rent. Emerald Sands
712-9968

Milton
Very nice, spacious, 2
bedrooms, 2 bath du-
plex with fireplace.
Great location. $625
month, $625 deposit.
995-4335
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

MOVE IN SPECIAL
Milton
Off Avalon B13d.
2/BR 1/BA, cathedral
ceilings, Lge kitchen,
laundry room. No
Dogs. $599 includes
deposit, credit check
& 1 st months rent.
712-9968


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


|6110
NEW CARPET, VERY
CLEAN. 1 bedroom.
Non-smoking env. No
pets. $500 month, $250
dep. (incl. water &
garbage) 626-0366
Pace/Mulat Very
large 1 Bedroom, 1
Bath Apartment. Lots of
yard. Garbage Fur-
nished, $300 Month,
$300 Dep. 995-4335


Quaker Parrot Baby
(If you eve woned one, you beer m e quick elore 669 psei!j
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Senegal Parrot Baby

Wholesale Prices on
Sun Conure
Babies 1225
Lovebirds ~ ee
9 or 2/150
Cockatiels54999




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Top Quality Bird Food
Essential Harvest (Daily Greens)
Morning Bird, Avitech, Vetafarm
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PACE, FL 32571
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2 BR 1 Bath A/C $450
plus $450 Deposit
957-4485
3 bed/1 1/2 bath on 1
3/4 AC. Hwy. 90, near
Ward Basin Road.
Lease/option possible.
$800 month. 623-6768 .
4107 Riddle Street
3/1, 1,200 Sf. $695
month, $695 deposit.
478-4607 Eric Gleaton
Realty, Inc.
E. MILTON
2/1 $500 month, $500
deposit. CH & A. Re-
cently remodeled.
Water included. Avail.
immediately. 623-2141
E. Milton
Nice 3/2 with above
ground pool with deck
2 car garage. $700
month,. $700 dep.
554-5796
NEAR TANGLEWOOD
3/2 with large, fenced
yard. $850 month, $800
deposit. 781 -729-7425
Pace
2 bedroom cottage.
3877 Wilkes Street
Call Blumac Realty
981-1631
Pace
3578 Acy Lowery Rd.
5br/4.5 baths; 3,614 sf.
$1,895 mo. $1,895 dep.
478-4607, Eric Gleaton
Realty, Inc.

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


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

Room Mate Wanted
East Milton
Private Bathroom Drug
& Alcohol Free environ-
ment. $300 Frank
346-4789



| 6170 ~1|
2 bedrooms with front
kitchen. Total electric.
No pets. $350 month.
Military, Senior Citizens
& HUD Discount. East
Gate Mobile Home
Ranch. 850-686-8973

2005 Cavalier. Zone 3
mobile home. 3 bed-
rooms. Excellent condi-
tion, like new.
266-4431

14x80 3 bd/2ba 6529
Robie Rd. $585 mth.
$350 dep. 623-5062 or
554-7830

2/1 New paint, covered
porch & outside stor-
age. Garbage fur-
nished. $385 mo, $350
dep. Call Don Cumbie
Realty at 626-8959 or
377-6787

3/2. Total electric. Dish-
washer, etc. East Gate
Mobile Home Ranch
626-8973

E. MILTON
2/1 $350 month, $350
deposit. CH & A and
water included. Avail.
nowl Call 623-2141.


I 6170 I
EFFICIENCY APT.
Rent by the week.
$150. (utilities incl.)
THREE TRAILERS
Rent by the week.
Nice, clean & quiet.
No pets. 995-1717

Jay / Milton/ Pace
Rentals 2 & 3 bed-
rooms. $400-$650 per
month. Section 8 / Hud
accepted. 994-5703
Milton (Bruce Lane)
Includes water, gar-
bage and lawn service.
2/2 for $450 month.
2/2 for$350/month
Call 698-4582
Milton
2/1 mobile home with
central heat and air.
$485 dep. and ref.
850-499-7412
North Milton
2/2 Mobile Home on
private lot. 6549 Stanly
Cir. Total Electric. $450
/rent, $250/dep. No
pets. Bay Crest Realty
994-7918
Pace
3976 Edgefield St. *
3/2 doublewide w/ fire-
place, 8X10 shed &
washer/ dryer $700 m/
$600 dep. 396-5034


| 6170
Quiet Park-3/BR, 2/Bth
$595 + dep. 2/BR,
2/Bth $545 + Dep.,.
Non-smoking envn, no
pets. Sewer & Garbage
Incid HUD OK ALSO
Lot Rentals 626-1552

West Milton
3/BR 2/BA on private
lot. Total electric, no
pets. 5133 Ridgeway
Blvd. $600/mth
$300/dpp. Bay Crest
Realty
994-7918

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7100 Homes
7105- Open Houses
7110 Beach Home/
Property
7120 Commercial
7130 Condo/Townhouse
7140 Farms & Ranches
7150 Lots and Acreage
7160 Mobile Homes
7170 Waterfront
7180- Investment
Property
7190- Out-of-Town
Real Estate
7200- Timeshare


Andora Deer Run

Country Village

How Accepting Applications

For I & 1 Bedroom

Apartments

- Call 994-4353


|1 7000|
Bank Owned Prop-
erties Free Lists
Celistate Gulfcoast
Realty 850-472-2500


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

Florala, Alabama
Nice house furnished
on 44 acres of beautiful
land. Shop, sheds and
some equipment.
$279,000.
850-994-9985 or
850-776-1939


For Sale, Lease
Option or Rent
6439 Appaloosa Ave.
Remodeled 3/2 1216 sf
$96,500 ($8,000 tax
credit) (850) 393-3084


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Homesites from
$29,900
1-8V8-446-5253 x.5199
www.gpi299.com



I 7150
DeFuniak Springs For
sale by owner -1/3 acre
wooded lots starting at
$12,500. Owner financ-
ing available $125
down, $125 month.
850-892-7714



S 7160 |
0 Down
For all land owners.
Your land or family
land. All Credit O.K.
850-682-3344

Get your share of the
Government
Bailout...
Receive up to $8000 to
help buy your new
home... Call Clayton
Homes of Crestview for
details 850-683-0758

New Govern-
ment Financing
Program!
On all 3 or 4 Bed-
rooms! Rates as low as
4.75%. No Credit or
Bad Credit OK! Call
Clayton Homes of Cre-
stview 850-683-0758


Pace CASH PAID
FSBO Investor Spe- for junk cars
cmi. 3/2 DW plus lot, or tucks.
Needs repair. $25,000 Running or not.
cash. (850)902-0604 Call: 983-9527
--___ ----------or 723-5048


AUTOMOTIVE NE
I ECREA TIONL
8100 Antique & Collectibles
8110 Cars
8120- Sports Utility Vehicles
8130- Trucks
8140 Vans
6150 Commercial
8160 Motorcycles
8170 Auto Parts
& Accessories
8210- Boats
8220 Personal Watercraft
8230 Sailboats
8240 Boat & Marine
Supplies
8245 Boat Slips & Docks
8310- Aircraft/Avialion
8320 ATV/Off Road Vehicles
8330 Capipers & Trailers
8340 Motorhomes


!0 81 10
2005 Toyota Camry LE
87K miles, 1 owner,
Must See! Lots of Ex-
tras. Located in Pace
(850)554-7940

2006 Nissan Sentra
56,350 miles, 25 miles
to the gallon. Cold A/C.
Good tires, runs great.
$7,500. 981-8318


1 8130 1
1997 Ford F150 4.6 V8
133,000 mi, new Good-
year tires, PS, air, auto,
PB, lariet Good condi-
tion. Limited slip rear
end. Just tuned up.
$5,000. (850) 6,23-8920

'03 Black GMC Z-71
4WD. Chrome Billet,
grill. $2,000 invested in
stereo, dvd player,
glass packed dual ex-
haust, 33 Mud Dawgs.
104K miles. Asking
$13,500.850-675-6734




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Frosty Mom
Chub Bologna
Stick
320
3 Ib Stick


Crisp Sweet
White Seedless
Grapes


Gwaltney
Reg or Thick
Sliced Bologna
93q4
3 16oz


Southern
Maid
Smoked
Sausage
248 ozbo
28 oz box


Yoo Hoo
Chocolate
Drink
228
6 pk 8 oz


Allen
Italian Green
Beans





California
Juicy Ripe
Large
Nectarines
18
I Ib


Velvet
Tissue

78pk


Viva Paper
Towels

623
6-pk


Cost includes freight, fee, and any associated expenses.


Grocery-

SALE PRICES GOOD THRU JUNE 9, 2009
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850-995-8778
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USDA Select
Boneless
Bottom Round
or Rump Roast
97
I lb


USDA Grade A
Fresh Fryer
Jumbo Pack
Drumsticks


Cooks
Butts or Shank
Portion Hams


Quarterloin
Pork
Chops
166b
I lb


BarS
Corndogs
68
3 lb box


Country Best
Sausage &
Biscuits
312
12 ct-18.6 oz


Tennessee
Pride Roll
Sausage
I1976 oz
16 Oz


Flanders
Beef Patties
6 30
5 Ib box


California
Green Giant
Cello Iceberg
Lettuce


Fresh Express
American or
Italian Salad
98
10 oz


Toms
Potato
Chips
50
8.5-9 oz


Blue Bell
Ice Cream
380
1/2 gal


Gain 2x
Liquid
Detergent
511
50 oz


Nabisco
Chips Ahoy

2 2315.2 oz


Empress
Pineapple

81 20' oz


Country
Crock
Margarine

2 39
31lb


Shurfine
Red/Blue
Plastic Cups

122
20ct 16 oz


Gatorade
996
15 pk 20 oz


Hefty Foam
Plates


Sunshine
Maintenance
Dog Food


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