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ADF represents Jay teacher in discrimination case


JENI BOOKER SENTER
jsenter@srpressgazette.com
In a letter dated May 22, the
Alliance Defense Fumd (ADF)
informs the Santa Rosa County
School Board members, Super-
intendent Tim Wyrosdick, School


District Director of High Schools
Bill Emerson, and Jay High Prin-
cipal Dale Westmoreland that it
is representing Johnny Wolfe, a
teacher at Jay.High School.
Wolfe had asked the ADF
to notify the addressees about
"recent unlawful discrimination


against him by District officials."
According to the letter, Dis-
trict officials informed Mr. Wolfe
that he and other teachers were
prohibited from participating in
the private baccalaureate servic-
es that were scheduled to occur
on Sunday evening, May 31,2009,


and would be terminated if they
chose to do so.
The non-school event was
sponsored by the local ministe-
rial association, which rented the
school facility in accordance with
the District's facility use policy
for community groups.


Senior Legal Counsel for ADF
David Cortman says'a letter was
sent to the District on May 14 that
highlighted appreciation for the
District's "concern for abiding by
the recent Consent Order filed in
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Larry Bryant's retirement fri-om Santa Rosa

Sheriff s Office sets longevity record


By OBIE (RAIN
o rain (-. -rpres'ga7eMte.coni

After more than 30 years in law en-
forcement, Larry Bryant has hung up his
badge and his star.
He retired from the Santa Rosa County
Sheriffs Office on May 1, 2009 after 30
years on the force, setting a record for
length of service with this agency.
Larry spent many years as a Sheriff's
investigator and helped solve some of
the most heinous crimes ever conunitted
on Santa Rosa soil. Anyone familiar with
"America's Most Wanted" tele-vision se-
ries will have some idea of the scope and
intensity of Larry's work because at least
one of his cases received national recogni-
tion on the show.
'Twice Larry has been nominated for an
America's Most Wanited All Star award, the
second of which was just this past year.
In fact Larry is prominently mentioned
in a national best selling book wrTitten in
connection with the apprehension of two
murder suspects from Louisiana in 1985
who were convicted of killing h young man
and leaving his body on the Interstate
here that year.
"Specific Intent," a national best seller
written by O'Neil De Noux, details Larry's
work in solving that crime which resulted
in the conviction of Willie and Judy Wal-
ters for the murder.
But perhaps one of the most shocking
and heart wrenching cases Larry ever
worked was that involving Warfield Wike
who was convicted of kidnapping, murder,
attempted murder and sexual battery of
the two young sisters in the north end of
the county in 1988. The surviving sister of
that ordeal has grown up now and came


to see Larry just a few months ago. She
has also chosen law enforcement as a per-
sonal and professional career.
But rising to the level of a professional
investigator and crime solving law en-
forcement officer didn't just happen. It
was a long and sometimes rocky road for
the young man who back in 1974 during a
Career Day presentation in high school
made his irrevocable decision to become
involved in achievingjustice for all through
law enforcement.
Larry's first choice was to become a
Florida Highway Patrol trooper. But age
restrictions prevented him from applying
immediately after graduating from Ponce
de Leon High School in 1974. He was only
17. hardly old enough to begin a career,
but old enough to realize the necessity of
making a living. So he came to Milton to
live with his sister Barbara and find a job
until he was old enough to make other ar-
rangements.
He was offered his first job by Ken
Smith who owned S & S Auto Parts in Mil-
ton which turned out to suit him just fine
for almost three years.
In February of 1976, Sheriff Harvell
Enfinger commissioned Larry as a Re-
serve Deputy. His excitement at the pros-
pect of getting on with his dream of be-
coming involved in law enforcement was
dampened only by the fact that his age
prevented him from buying a gun.
During those days reserve deputies
had to furnish their own guns. But not to
worry! His sister Barbara came through
for him again and acquired one for him
from a pawn shop.
Feeling secure in the meantime that


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Man charged with 76


counts of sex crimes

Christian Fontana, wanted
since 2006, was arrested Friday

in the Dominican Republic


JENI BOOKER SENTER
jsenter@srpressgazette.com

According to a news re-
lease issued on Saturday,
Joseph Christian Fontana
aka Christian Fontana, 54,
was arrested in the
Dominican Repub
lic on Friday.
S The Santa Rosa
County Sheriffs
Office has been
searching for the
registered Sex Of-
fender since a war- I
rant for his arrest CHRIS
was issued in 2006. FONI
Fontana disap-
peared from his residence
at 1305, Green Acres Av-
enue in Fort Walton Beach
after finding out that the
Santa Rosa County Sher-
iff's Office was conduct-
ing an investigation into
allegations of sexual mis-
conduct by Fontana with
minor children.
Fontana's whereabouts
have been unknown until
Friday afternoon, when he
was arrested by the U.S.
Marshal's Service in the
Dominican Republic.
. Fontana was profiled
in April 2009 on the televi-
sion show "America's Most
Wanted". The show aired
in the Dominican Republic
as well, due to suspicions
of Fontana being in that
area. In late April 2009, a
tip was received through
"America's Most Wanted"
and forwarded to investi-
gators at the Santa Rosa


County Sheriff's Office.
The tip gave a specific ad-
dress for Fontana in the
Dominican Republic.
Due to Fontana being
out of the country, the San-
ta Rosa County Sheriff's
Office submitted the
case to the U.S. Mar-
shal's Florida Re-
gional FUgitive Task
Force and request-
-ed their assistance
in tracking down
and apprehending
Fontana. The infor-
TIAN mation was given to
ANA the U.S. Marshal's
Foreign. Field-- Of-
fice in Santo Domingo,
Dominican Republic, in an
attempt to locate and ap-
prehend Fontana.
At approximately 4 p.m.
central time, U.S. Mar-
shals, with the assistance
of law enforcement in the
Dominican Republic, took
Fontana into custody.
From 2001. until 2006
when he fled, Fontana had
been visiting with a single
mother and her three chil-
dren in their home. He met
the latestvictim's motherat
a local church and he even-
tually committed offenses
against her children. A 4-
month investigation into
the activities of Fontana, a
Registered Sex Offender,
resulted in a warrant being
issued for his arrest.
Fontana has been ar-
rested involving crimes
See 76 COUNTS A3


Milton man gets

two life terms for

sex crime conviction


JENI BOOKER SENTER
jsenter@srpressgazette.com

On Friday, State Attor-
ney Bill Eddins announced
Michael Wayne Cooper
was convicted on Thurs-
day, June 4 by a Santa Rosa
County jury on one count
of false imprisonment and
two counts of sexual bat-
tery with a weapon. The
conviction followed a four-
day jury trial.
Cooper was immediate-
ly sentenced by Judge Ron
Swanson to serve two con-
secutive life terms. Addi-
tionally he was designated
as a sexual predator.


The defendant abducted
a young female in Fort Wal-
ton Beach and transported
her to an undisclosed loca-
tion in Santa Rosa County
where the sexual battery
was committed.
The State introduced ev-
idence that the defendant
had previously committed
Sthe crime of sexual battery
against two other victims.
Both the Santa Rosa
County Sheriff's Office and
the Fort Walton Beach Po-
lice Department handled
the investigation.
Assistant State Attorney
John Molchan prosecuted
the case.


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Obituaries


Funeral Services for
Mrs. Trawick were held
at 11:30 a.m. on Saturday,
May 29, 2009, at the Cal-
vary Baptist Church with
Rev. Jim Liberacki and
Rev. Brian. Stephens of-
ficiating. Burial followed
in the Calvary Baptist
Church Cemetery with
Lewis Funeral Home di-
recting.
The family began re-
ceiving friends at 10:30
on Saturday, prior to ser-
vices. Friends may send
condolences and share
fond memories with the
family at www.lewisfuriner-
alhomes.net.
Let the family know
you care. Sign the guest
book under news/obitu-
aries at www.srpressga-
zette.com.


L. C. Bowen, age 92, of
Milton, FL, passed away
Tuesday, June 2, 2009 at a
local nursing home facility.
He was born May25,1917in
Pine Apple, Alabama to the
late Ansley "Bud" Bowen
'and Lillie Hayes Bowen.
Mr. Bowen moved to
Milton from Monroeville,
AL in 1982. He worked as a
carpenter and was a mem-
ber of the Southside Baptist
-Church in Monroeville, AL.
He enjoyed gardening, fish-
ing, motor cross, baseball
and football.
Survivors include his
son-Danny G. Bowen; two
daughters-Peggy (Sid)
Parker and Nancy Bowen,
all of Milton; a brother-
Jack (Nadine) Bowen of


Monroeville, AL; three
sisters-Mildred (James)
Murphy of Excel, AL, El-
vera Tuberville and Melba ,
Fore, both of Monroeville,
AL; and three grandchil-
dren.
Funeral services were
conducted Friday, June 5,
2009 at 1 p.m. at the Cha-
pel of National Cremation
& Burial Society with Rev.
Kenneth Johnson officiat-
ing. Interment will follow in
Memory Park Cemetery.
National Cremation &
Burial Society of Milton
has charge of the arrange-
ments.
Let the family know you
care. Sign the guest book
under news/obituaries at
www.srpressgazette.coni.


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Saturday, 7:53 a.m.
Thank you very much
for that great information
in regards to the mold-
testing kits that you can
purchase at the hardware
stores and again that web-
site called prolab.com was
very helpful as well.

Saturday, 9:45 a.m.
My main concern is the'
high rates on the Garcon
Bridge Crossing. TEAM
Santa Rosa needs to help
up on this very important
issue. Our tax-paying,


COUNTY GOVERNMENT
COUNTY COMMISSION
District 1: Jim Williamson, 4351 Berryhill Road,'
Pace, FL 32571; phone 932-1340. E-mail is comm-
williamson@santarosoa.fl.gov.
- District 2: Bob Cole, 8651 Riverstone Road,
.Milton, FL 32583; phone 983-1877. E-mail is comm-
cole@santorosa.fl.gov.
District 3: Don Salter, 6000 Chumuckla Highway,
Pace, FL 32571; phone 994-6426. E-mail is comm-
sllter@santarobso.fl.gov.
District 4:. Gordon Goodin; 6467 Avenida De
Gnlves, Navarre, FL 32566; phone 939-4949. E-mail is
comm-goodin@santorosa.fl.gov.
District 5: Lane Lynchard, 6495 Caroline St., Suite
M, Milton, FL 32570, phone 932-1340. E-mail is comm-
lynchord@santorosa.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.
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hard-working residents
really, really need a break.
Please lower these aw-
ful prices. Everyone's
business would double.
Thanks.

Saturday, 2:05 p.m.
This is Barbara and
first ofall, I'd like. to say I
don't have any children
in school, but I was very
proud of the Jay and Pace
High School students and
very disappointed in the
Milton and then I found
out the reason they were
not allowed to do anything


was because of the prin-
cipal. And as far as the
ACLJ, yes they take dona-
tions and everybody that is
behind them should send a
donation. Thank you.

Monday, 9:31 a.m.
Yes this is Kelly Love-
land and my niece and her
five little childrenwere here
after she graduated from
boot camp. I would like to
thank John Cody Number
98 Pic-N-Sav Vintage Car
at Southern Speedway. He
walked up to my nephew
who is three and watched


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

FEDERAL GOVERNMENT
HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES
Rep Jeff Miller: 1535 Longworth House Office
Building, Washington, D.C., 20515; phone (local) 479-
1183; (D.C.) 202-225-4136; toll free 866-367-1614.
Web: www.house.gov/ieffmiller.
SENATE
Sen. Mel Martinez: 356 Russell Senate Office
Building, Washington, D.C. 20515; phone 202-224-
3041; fax 202-228-5171.
Sen. Bill Nelson: Room 571, Hart Senate Office
Building, Washington, D.C. 20510; phone 202-224-
5274, fax 202-224-8022.
WHITE HOUSE
President Barack Obama: The White House, 1600
Pennsylvania Ave., Washington, D.C. 20500; phone,
202-456-1414. E-mail: president@whitehouse.gov.
Vice President Joe Biden: Office of -the Vice
President,' White' House, 1600 Pennsylvania- Ave.,
Washington, D.C. 20500; phone 202-456-1.414.


Rep. Greg Evers: 5224 Willing St., Milton, FL
32570, 983-5550. E-mail: evers.greg@leg.state.fl.us. SCHOOL GOVERNMENT
Sen. Durell Peaden Jr., 598 N. Ferdon Blvd., Suite CH AD
100, Crestview, FL 32536, 850-689-0556. SCHOOL BOARD
Gov. Charlie Crist: PI.05 The Capitol, 400 S. District 1: Diane Scott, 5710 Munson Highway,


the entire race while the
other children played and
Mr. Cody walked up to him
and gave him his first place
Vintage Race trophy and
he made that little boy's
whole world. He slept with
that trophy and that tro-
phy means everything. I
could not thank John Cody
enough for such an awe-
some and personal touch to
that. Thank you John Cody
and God bless you and your
family. Thank you.,
Ifyou have a short com-
ment you would like to
make, call the Speak Out
line at 623-5887.


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

CITY GOVERNMENT
Milton City Hall, Mayor Guy Thompson, 6738
Dixon St., MiltonTL 32570, 983-5400. Interim City
Manager, BrianWatkins.
SGulf Breeze City Hall, Mayor Lane Gilchrist, 1070
Shoreline Drive, Gulf Breeze, FL 32561, 934-5100.
City Manager, 'Buzz", Eddy.
STown 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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Eula Free Trawick,
age 95, of Milton passed
away on Wednesday,
May 27, 2009. Mrs. Tra-
wick was born in Berry-
dale, Florida. She was a
member of the Calvary
Baptist Church in Allen-
town.
Mrs. Trawick was pre-
ceded in death by her
husband-Leonard B. Tra-
wick; three sons-Eugene
Trawick, Wilton Trawick,
and Henry Trawick.
Mrs. Trawick is sur-
vived by her daughter-
Learvene (Edd) Trawick
Bass of Andalusia, Ala-
bama; two daughters in
law-Hazel Trawick and
Paulin Trawick of Allen-
town; eight grandchil-
dren and sixteen great
grandchildren.


Eula Free Trawick


L.C. Bowen
1917-2009


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Bret Barrow named Executive Director of the Pensacola Symphony Orchestra


Pensacola Symphony Orchestra
Board President Bill Dollarhide an-
nounces the appointment of Bret Bar-
row as Executive Director of the Pen-
sacola Symphony Orchestra. Barrow
will assume his new role beginning
June 8, 2009. He succeeds Christina
Littlejohn who leaves Pensacola this
BARROW month to become Executive Director


of the Arkansas Symphony Orches-
tra.
Barrow brings to the Executive
Director position a deep apprecia-
tion for the PSO organization and
its 83 year history. A native of Pace,
Florida, he has deep roots in the Pen-
sacola community.
Barrow graduated from Pace High


School anxd holds a Bachelor of Music
from the University of Southern Mis-
sissippi in Trombone Performance
and a Masters of Music from the
University of Cincinnati College-Con-
servatory of Music also in Trombone
Performance. While attending the
Cincinnati Conservatory, he worked
for the Cincinnati Symphony and the


Cincinnati Playhouse in the Park.
Commenting on the appointment,
Bill.Dollarhide said, "The Symphony
Board is excited to have Bret accept
the position of Executive Director.
Founded in 1926, the PSO is widely
regarded as one of Florida's oldest or-
chestras and one of the top symphony
orchestras of its size.


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against children 3 times in
the past. Fontana was con-
victed in 1995 of lewd & las-
civious behavior with male
child less than 16 years of
age.
Fontana was known to
prey on single women who


have young male children.
The initial investigation was
a collaborative effort involv-
'ing the Santa Rosa County
Sheriff's Office, Okaloosa
County Sheriff's Office, and
The Department of Chil-
dren and Families.


Fontana also currently
has 1 warrant in Okaloosa
County. The 1 warrant in
Santa Rosa County is for
the. following charges: 25
Counts of Sexual Assault
on a victim over 12, 25
Counts of Lewd & Lascivi-


ous behavior (conduct by
persons 18 or older), 25
counts of Lewd & Lascivi-
ous behavior (exhibit by
persons 18 or older victim
less than 16), and 1 count of
showing obscene material
to a child.


Fontana is being held in
the custody of the U.S. Mar-
shal's in the Dominican Re-
public. It is currently not
known as to when his extra-
dition will occur. Further
information will be released
as it becomes available.


The Santa Rosa County
Sheriff's Office would like to
offer their sincere gratitude
to both "America's Most
Wanted" and the USMS
for their diligent efforts in
locating and apprehending
Joseph Fontana.


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he was coming closer to
achieving his career goal,
Larry continued to partici-
pate in activities which he
thought would most likely
be commensurate with the
career he -had planned for
himself.
While holding on to the
dream of becoming a Flori-
da Highway Patrol trooper,
Larry, knowing he wanted
to work in law enforcement,
also applied to the Florida
Marine Patrol and Division
of Forestry for work as a
park ranger.
While working two jobs,
he obtained his Scuba- Div-
ers Certification at night
in hopes it would increase
his chances of landing a
job with the Florida Marine
Patrol. He had heard that
officers were being hired to
make underwater arrests
in the Florida Keyes, so he
considered his diving certi-
fication just one more step
in his favor on the ladder to
success.
After moving to TallAhas-
see in 1978 to become a more
highly profiled candidate for
a state job, he worked in
construction before finally
being hired as a state park
ranger. Almost immediately
After that he was accepted
in the Florida Highway Pa-
trol Academy but suffered
a debilitating setback dur-
ing a boxing incident which
resulted in his resignation
from the academy.
Still a Reserve Deputy,
Larry came back to Milton
and worked in various jobs
until the day he was sum-


monsed to Sheriff Harvell
Enfinger's office. He was
riding with his friend and
mentor Deputy Sgt. Tommy
Weaver at the time, and
thinking the worse and try-
ing to figure what he might
have done wrong, Larry
was met by the Sheriff at the
front counter.
In that famous Southern
drawl that characterized
Sheriff Enfinger, he asked,
"Boy, you want to come work
for me?" Although Larry
says he was happy enough
to cry, he took the invitation
like a man and held his com-
posure. And thus began his
law enforcement career!
But it wasn't the bed of
roses he had hoped for, and
as he began working in the
Santa Rosa County jail as
a jailer watching over 102
inmates at a salary of $600
a month, he secretly won-
dered if it was worth it.
And he also soon discov-
ered that as a corrections
officer your duties included
doing anything the Sheriff
wanted you to do. And many
times Larry had to fill in as
a dispatcher when there
was a manpower shortage
in the radio room. But that
didn't matter. He was on his
wayup!
He was not interested
in staying in the jail, but he
knew the rules. You had
to work six months there
before going out as a road
deputy. So he began Rookie
School for Law Enforce-
ment at PJC under the di-
rection of Al Winfield, who
was aformer CHIP officer


and who later went on to be-
come Chief of Police in Gulf
Breeze.
After finishing Rookie
School on December 14,
1978, Larry was commis-
sioned a Santa Rosa County
Deputy and started on the
road January 1, 1979. Pay
didn't seem to rise with rank
because now he was making
only $625 a month!
Larry left the Sheriff's
office during Sheriff Jim
Powell's initial tenure, work-
ing for five times the pay in
the oil fields of Louisiana.
But he missed law enforce-
ment, and when advised of
an opening in the Milton Po-
lice Department, he applied
and was accepted, begin-
ning work as a patrolman in
November of 1981.
But times and situations
change, and when Sheriff
Powell came to him with the
offer of a Deputy. Sheriff's
position with the county, he
submitted his resignation
to the Milton Police Depart-
ment'and returned to the
Santa Rosa County Sheriff's
Office, initially assigned to
patrol, but later transferred
to the Investigations Divi-
sion.
Larry 'worked intermit-
tently as a patrol deputy,
investigator, and .narcotics
agent, attaining the rank of
Deputy Corporal, Sergeant,
and ultimately Lieutenant.
His versatile training and
experience made him avail-
able for not only investiga-
tions but also CSI (Crime
Scene Investigations) and
Narcotics.


When Sheriff Jerry
Brown took office, Larry
was transferred to be the
Lieutenant in charge of the
Civil and Warrants Division
where he served two years.
It was Sheriff Brown who
assigned Larry, who by now
was a Lieutenant, the task
of developing and installing
a stand alone computer sys-
tem. He was then assigned
to be in charge of the first
I.S. Division which installed
the first main frame com-
puter and law enforcement
software for the Sheriff's
Office.
Sheriff Brown ultimate-
ly promoted Larry to the
newly created position of
Commander and put him in
charge of District 4 which
included Milton and Jay and
had the largest number of
employees of any district.
In January of 2001 when
Sheriff Wendell Hall took
over, he abolished the title of
Commander and returned
all commanders to the rank
of Lieutenant. He trans-
ferred Larry to the newly
created position of Special
Projects which reported di-
rectly to the Sheriff. :
This position later incor-
porated Fleet Division, and
Larry served in that capac-
ity until his retirement.
As is the custom, upon
retirement officers are pro-
moted to the next highest
rank, and this meant that
Larry retired as a Sheriff's
Captain on May 1, 2009.
At 52, Larry is still a
young man, and will no
doubt have other career of-


fers. But at present he says
he is content with riding his
Harley Davidson motor-
cycle, boating, RV-ing, hunt-
ing, and fishing.
He is married to Karen
King Bryant of Milton and
they have one daughter,
Jennifer Bryant, who works
for the Escambia County
Sheriff's Office and UWF
Police Department in com-
munications.
Larry is currently nego-
tiating the result of a minor
foot surgery, and although
not confined to a wheel
chair, he still has lots of time
to reminisce and put his
thoughts together He'll be
the first to admit that the
"bad times" were the best,
when with adrenalin at its
peak he was on the trail of
criminals on the run.
And whether it be misde-
meanor or monster, the goal
was the same: apprehend
and secure. And although
Larry hasn't had sufficient
time to get restless, he is be-
ginning, to show the effects
of someone who misses
what he has been trained to
do, and doing it well for 30
plus years.
We'll visit him again in
a few months and see how
many miles he's put on the
Harley, how many week-
ends he's spent in the Ry
how many fish he's caught,
and how many squirrels
he's brought home.
And how he's finally ad-
justing to the retirement
that's touted, truth or myth,
as "...the best part of any
career."


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from page Al

Doe vs. School Board for
Santa Rosa County, No.
08-cv-361 (M.D. Fla.2008),
allowing district employees
on their own time. and in
their individual capacities-
which is exactly the case on
a Sunday night to attend or
participate in a private re-
ligious service-in no way
violates this order.
"And if it did, the order
itself would be unconstitu-
tional," says Cortman.
Cortman wrote, "We
appreciate the fact that
you are dealing with a dif-
ficult situation, but your
interpretation of the con-
sent order (an order that
you voluntarily agreed to)
violates your employees'
constitutional rights."
"Without question, Mr.
Wolfe's, and any other
teacher's, personal ca-
pacity in participation in
the private baccalaureate
services is free speech.
The district's restriction
on this private religious
expression violates the
First Amendment," says
Cortmap.
The outcome of the
representation was the
district's cessation from
the prohibiting of Mr.
Wolfe and any other dis-
trict employee from at-
tending or participating in
the baccalaureate, or any
other religious service or
event, while on their own
time and in their personal
capacities.


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drive to acquire new air conditioners, fans
or funds to assist seniors with heat-related
issues, will be held by Council on Aging of
West Florida, WEAR ABC3, Magic 106.1
FM, WCOA News Talk 1370 AM, Q100 FM
and Lowe's on Friday, June 19 at Escam-
bia and Santa Rosa County Lowe's stores
(4335 W Fairfield Drive, 1201 Airport Blvd.
and 777 W Nine Mile Road in Pensacola,
1421 Tiger Park Lane in Gulf Breeze and
5143 Highway 90 in Pace) from 7 a.m. to
6 p.m.
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earthquakes combined. The elderly are
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its temperature put the elderly at a higher
risk of heat stress.
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niors beat the heat and come out to meet
radio personalities. WCOA will broadcast
live from the Airport Blvd. location from 10
p.m. until 12 p.m., Q100 will broadcast live
from the Gulf Breeze location from noon
until 2 p.m. and Magic 106 will broadcast
live from the Fairfield Drive location from
2 p.m. to 4 p.m.
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OUR VIEW



A weekend



dry-run

It was an "interesting" weekend for the residents of
about 4,500 homes and businesses in the Pace area.
A fire at the East Spencerfield Road sub 'station
took electricity from the area and left it that way for
about seven hours.
For many, it was a good "dry run" for Hurricane
season and, we think, an excellent opportunity to re-
mind citizens of the need to be prepared.
Surveys show the level of hurricane preparedness
drops every year an area slips through without a "di-
rect hit." Santa Rosa natives ... and those who have
been here for some time ... know what to do, but year
after year of hurricane-free conditions have made
many residents lethargic.
Sunday, as Pace went "into the dark," a few genera-
tors could be heard across area neighborhoods, but
more often than not, no generator could be heard. We
decided to see why. So, we asked.
Most told us the generator was still packed up, or
it needed oil, or they had not yet begun stocking up on
gasoline. We all know what this means. It means the
first storm will bring a return to "the same old thing."
There will be ridiculously long lines at service stations.
as people suddenly try to fill as many five-gallon gas
cans as possible. Many will try to hoard, but there sim-
ply will not be enough gas at area stations to satisfy
the need. As a result, shortly after the "scare" begins,
all area stations will be without gas.
We'll anxiously await the arrival of trucks to refill
the supply, but within hours of those trucks arriving,
the convenience stores will be out again. People will
have been forced to wait. Their cars will be on empty
and, as a result, will quickly consume all the gasoline
designriated for replenishment.
We've been there.
Why are we surprised the stage is set for an encore
performance?.
Still, if this is the situation with gasoline and gen-
erators, we feel the need to at least give lip service
to the situation and, once again, remind folks of what
they should have already accomplished by this time
of the year.
If you have a generator, you should have about 50
gallons of gasoline on hand (don't expect it to be avail-
able once a storm is in the Gulf.)
Your pantry should be overflowing with canned
supplies...things you can eat to stay alive that do
not require refrigeration: potted meat, Spam, Vienna
sausages, tuna, Pork and Beans, etc. And you should
have enough of this to get your entire family through
at least three days and, preferably, through a week to
10 days.
You should have an extended supply of any medica-
tions you or your family members require.
By the way, do you have enough meds and food for
your family pets?
Do you have plenty of candles, flashlights and other
sources of light?
How about batteries? You'll need lots and lots of
those.
If we DO receive a direct hit, eat the food from your
freezer first. How do you cook it? Use your barbeque
grill. Do you have enough charcoal, lighter or propane
on hand? Plan on enough to cook all your meals for a
week This could mean 10 bags of charcoal, 3 or 4 cans
of lighter and 3 or 4 tanks of propane.
Do you have the materials you'll need to board up
your windows.. .making them safe from flying debris?
Do you have a large supply of old 2-liter soda bot-
ties and/or milk containers? As soon as you hear a
storm is in 'the Gulf, fill them ALL with water. You'll
need about three gallons of water per family member
for.every day of preparedness and you should prepare
for at least three days. This means a family of four will
need 12 gallons of water per day. A three-day supply
would be 36 gallons! Save those old containers!
If you have a chest freezer, put those filled contain-
ers in there and let them freeze. .They'll not only sup-
ply water as they melt, but ice as well.
There are many more things you should do and,
if you've forgotten, your county emergency manage-
ment facility has literature on how to be prepared.
We spend this space simply reminding everyone:
should a storm hit, you must be prepared to take care
of yourself for three to 10 days. It could be that long
before any help arrives.
Spend some time, now, getting ready.
You'll be glad you did.



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GM: Government Motors


"It's crazy what's
going on. General Motors,
bankrupt. Biggest
corporation in the world
and now they still want
money. They still want
billions more bailout
money. I think I speak
for all Americans when
I say, 'You want more.
money? Wait here while
I talk to the manager. I'll
be right back." David
Letterman

In a 2008 column I
begged the government
not to bail out GM in favor
of letting the inevitable
bankruptcy take place.
The title was (Dis) Union:
Kicking the can down the
road. Sadly, that is what
they did, and now after
less than a year later
and more than $65 billion
of our wasted taxpayer
money (the 50 percent of
you greedy folks who work
and pay taxes.should be
mad) GM filed for Chapter
11 bankruptcy. Now that
we taxpayers own GM,
. shouldn't we all get a
company car?
Make no mistake, this is
hot an "investment" by the
government, it is a political
operation run out of the
West Wing of the White
House to protect unions.
GM was no longer a car


manufacturer, but rather
a union-ravaged dinosaur,
there only for the benefits
of union members.
In the column, I
reminded southerners
that the fall of GM would
be good for the south
where low tax, non-union
states have attracted
more sensible foreign
car companies like Kia,
Toyota, Nissan, Mercedes
and Hyundai.
What was the necessity
of saving GM? Was
our world irreparable
damaged when we lost the
AMC Pacer to financial
ruin? In fact financial ruin
can be quite cleansing. It
has kept Michael Jackson
out of the United States for
three years now and might
soon rid us of Donald
Trump again.
As Dennis Berman
noted in his June-4th Wall
Street Journal article
"Magic Act: Conjuring
Up a Profit at GM," the
Obania administration will
play games with the real
investment in GM to show
a profit by manipulating.
the bankruptcy. GM's debt,
even though we have $65
billion in it, will be cut from
$73 billion to $17 billion.
,,Even finance subsidiary
GMAC will get government
backing allowing them to


issue debt at 2.2 percent
while Ford, a company
relatively well-managed,
has to pay 8 percent for
money. It all goes to the
mantra of government:
no good deed goes *
unpunished.
And what happens to
all those debt holders and
dopes willing to entrust
their money with the man
Obama has in charge of
this a 31 year-old never
employed in a business?
They will get pennies on
the dollar with the rule
changes, and will be forced
to convert senior debt to
some worthless equity
ownership position in GM.
It is the same way my
great-great-great-great
grandfather Beauregard
Hart was able to parley his
lending to the Rebel army
into a very large stake in
the Confederate States of
America.
We know what Obama
is getting with this money
- an empowered union
that will back him when
he runs in 2012 but
what are we getting? The
Globe and Mail in Canada
estimates that it will cost
taxpayers $1.4 million per
job saved. Had the free-
market been left to be
free it would have cost us
nothing to "save" these


jobs. In fact one of the
most compelling things for
tax payers about a "free-
market" is that it is free.
In absence of
government intervention,
GM would have gone into
bankruptcy, like Delta
Airlines and others did
when they filed, keeping
employees and operating.
The reason Obama did .
not want this to happen
is that in bankruptcy;
the company can reject
contracts and leases. The
sweet UAW contract, which
is the main cause of GM's
demise, would be adjusted
to fair market value. And
"fair market" is nothing
the liberals want any part
of anymore. If only we had'
had a wise Latina woman
on the board who could
have used the richness of
her experiences to make
better decisions than the
white males.
With the Democrats
now running the car
companies, look for quite
a fall,lineup of cars. My
guess is that you will
like the GM two-cylinder
Geithner Midget it veers
hard to the left for no good
reason, pays no taxes,
blocks Rush Limbaugh
on the radio and shows
no remorse for past bad
driving.


Your VIEWPOINTS


Dear Students at Milton
and Pace High Schools,

If anyone tries to tell you
thatyoucan'tbowyourhead
or put your hands together
in prayer to the Lord God,
know that they are not sent
from Him to deliver you
this message. Never forget
that God, the Father, loved
you so much that He sent
His only begotten Son, the
Lord Jesus Christ, to die on
a cross and shed His blood
for you so that you may live
to worship and to praise
Him, so that you may
believe in Him and have not
only life, but everlasting life
with Him. Do not believe in
anyone other than the Lord
God. Do not worship any
other Gods but Him who
made you. Remember His
first commandment: Thou
shalt have no other gods
before me. Exodus 20:3.
Know that you have
certain inalienable rights
given to you. Let no thing:
no government, no law,
state, school, teacher
supporting the taking
away of your rights to pray,
worship, or praise the
Lord God, stand between
you and the Lord God.
You have been given the
freedom to believe in any
God you choose through
the laws passed down
through our forefathers;


but know beyond a doubt
. that God the Father played
an instrumental role in
writing the laws .of our
country as evidenced in
Isaiah 33:22, as Creator.
And that He always has
outstretched arms for you
to come to know Him and
that it is His desire that
none shall perish; but that
His Word and so He states
that we will perish if we
do not come to know him
through His Son the Lord
Jesus Christ.
Know God is near.
He is ever present, ever
knowing, omnipotent, and
is watching to see who of
you it will be who will take
a stand for Him. Do NOT
follow the establishment
if the establishment goes
against the Lord God,
Him who made you, for it
will be they who fall and
not Him for He is eternal.
He is calling for leaders,
disciples, and followers
of His will now. If you are
going to take a stand, stand
up for something that will
stand forever.

SHARON WOODBURY
1Milton

Two subjects but with a
common factor, which is the
Santa Rosa County school
board which was routed by


the ACLU.
First, on the Munson
School closing I did not
go to any of the Munson
folks meetings not to any
of the politicians meetings.
I had hoped some tough
questions would have been
asked of the politicians and
reported in the media and
maybe there was and I
missed this.
So a few questions follo*
that I hope the politicians
will answer in the Press
Gazette.
What percentage of the
totalschoolsystemspending
in school year 2008/2009
is $377,000? .0014% of $261
million? 15 thousandths
of one percent? Could not
the financial wizards at the
school board not found that
small amount of savings and
not closed Munson School?
Since Munson is over
30 miles to Allentown and
even with no bus stops
west of Munson, there is
some five miles of reduced
speed zones, three traffic
lights, and one stop sign is
it not probable that this trip
will take 45 minutes each
way, 90 minutes a day, 450
minutes a week?
How many of those ugly
portable buildings will be
needed and what cost, $8oo00
a month each? Will the
buses go back to Munson
after dropping the kids off


out there at four trips a day
and if so at what cost?
So you have young
children trapped on a bus
that amount of time when it
is clear they would be better
off sleeping or at home.
What effect on the A
school students will there
be by moving them to a B
school?
On politicians bowing
down to the ACLU and
the evil empire where are
the tens of thousands of
Christians in Santa Rosa
County and their pastors?
It has been reported
that some pastors offered
assistance to the routed
ones and were rejected out
of fear.
So why do these pastors
and their flocks simply form
a commission then opened
a bank account and ask all
Christians donate $10 a
month for -two months and
then hire a big time first
amendment lawyer.
I do not know Frank Lay
but believe he has more
backbone and honor than
all of the compliant ones
combined.
Copies of this will be
dropped off at some 20
churches in the north end of
Santa Rosa County.

W.O. JONES
Jay, Florida


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VACATION BIBLE SCHOOL TIME


True Grace's Big Blast Kid's
Crusade
True Grace Fellowship Church
located at 5178 Willard Norris
Road, in Milton, will have a Kid's
Crusade beginning Wednesday,
June 17 through Saturday, June
20th. Services will be 7 p.m. nightly
Wednesday through Friday. There
will be a special mid-day service
from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. on Saturday
A spectacular, high energy, up-
beat, exciting Christian ministry,
focusing on children ages pre-k
through the 5th Grade. Everyone
of any age is welcome! There will
be music, fun, balloon stories,
Bible Memory verses, illusions
and so much more! Remember to
register daily for door prizes! Sat-
urday service will include lunch,
(with hot dogs), chips and drinks.
Fun for-all ages is guaranteed! For
more information, call the church


at 850/623-4795.

Join us for an extreme
adventure
Chumuckla, Elizabeth Chapel
and Pineview United Methodist
churches invite all children to go
to the edge this summer for Vaca-
tion Bible School. Camp E.D.G.E.
- Experience + Discover God Ev-
erywhere is an extreme adven-
ture Camp taking kids on exciting
Bible 'ITreks to experience and dis-
cover God everywhere, everyday.
Fun begins Monday, June 15th
and ends Friday, June 19th from
8:30 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. daily. VBS
will be held at Chumuckla United
Methodist Church, 9485 Hwy. 197,
Chumuckla. Each Bible trek is
supported with science activities,
songs, crafts, games and snacks.
To be a part of this fun time, call
994-0870 or 572-1874.


Vacation Bible School in
Gulf Breeze June 22 June
26
Concord Church 'of Gulf
Breeze, Hwy. 98, 1 mile east of
Gulf Breeze Wal-Mart and Garcon
Point Bridge
Theme: The King is Coming!
When: June 22-26, Monday Fri-
day; Time will be 9:30 a.m. 12:30
p.m.
Who For? Kids ages 4- through
Grade 6; Where: Concord Presby-
terian Church, 4191 Gulf Breeze
Parkway, inn Gulf Breeze.
All kids attending VBS and
their families are also invited to
an End of VBS Cook Out on Sat-
urday, June 27 from 10 a.m. to 2
p.m. at Holley by the Sea Pavilion
on Santa Rosa Sound, located ap-
proximately 6 miles east of Con-
cord Church
*Please call or come by Con-


cord Church, Monday Friday,
9:30-3:30 for more information or
to Pre-Register
call 850/932-6243. Pre-regis-
tration is preferable, but not re-
quired.

Son Rock Kid's Camp
First United Methodist Church
of Pace, located at 4540 Chumuck-
la Highway in Pace will be having
Vacation Bible School June 26 -
June 28 (Friday through Sunday).
The times will be Friday (26th).
5:30 to 7:30 p.m.; Saturday (27th)
9 to 11 a.m.; Sunday (28th) 4 to 6
p.m. The theme this year is Son
Rock Kid's Camp.
Parents may attend with their
child or choose to attend the adult
Vacation Bible School class. Bible
school times are convenient for
those with a busy work schedule.
For more information or to sign-
up, contact First UMC of Pace


at 994-5608 or go to the website:
wwwpacefumc.org and click on
Children's Ministries. No charge
to attend. Hope to see you there!


VBS 2009 Boomerang
Express Where it all
comes back to Jesus!
Pace Community Church, lo-
cated at 4310 N. Spencer Field
Road, will have their VBS from
June 15 to the 19th, from 6 to
8:30 p.m: Registration will begin
at 5:40 p.m. for kids from Pre-K
through 5th Grade. Take a ride
on the Boomerang Express to
the Land Down Under for a life
changing trip to discover the vast-
ness of God's love, and learn that
no matter where you go or what
you do in life, it all comes back to
Jesus. For more information, call
994-4310.


Local BRIEFS


Remember St. Francis
of Assisi's 5th Annual
Mid summer Night
Party
Special to the Press Gazette.
St. Francis ofAssisi Epis-
copal Church's annual gala,
Mid Summer Night Party,
is scheduled on Saturday
June 13, 2009 from 6 to 8
p.m. at the Church on 1 St.
Francis Drive Gulf Breeze.
The party features a Silent
Auction Fundraiser that al-
lows you to bid on an array
of exciting items while en-
joying Wine, Cheese, heavy
hours d'oeuvres and deli-
cious desserts.
SA preview of the Silent
Auction items will be avail-
able before the event. The
Auction lasts from 6-7:30
pm and winners will be an-
nounced immediately fol-
lowing. There will be door
prizes, Chance Ticket draw-
ings and the popular Wine
Toss. Chance andWine Toss
tickets are $2. You must be
present to win with Chance
ticket.
You can buy either a
General Admission ticket
or a Sponsor ticket. General
admission tickets are $20
and include food and bever-
age; sponsor tickets are $30
and are the best bargain be-


cause theyinclude food/bev-
erage as well as 8 chance
tickets for drawings!
For tickets contact Av-
erette or David Mull at
932-6467 or purchase them
in the St. Francis of Assisi
Church Parish Hall after 9
a.m. Sunday service. Don't
forget Saturday, June 13th:
Save the date on your cal-
endar now! It's important to
Get your tickets right away!

G'Day Mate!
Written By Gladden Summerlin
That's "Hello" Austra-
lian style. Children will be
greeted in "Aussie" as they
hop on board the Boomer-
ang Express Vacation Bible
School bound for the amaz-
ing Land Down Under As
"Kidaroos" travel through
,the Australian Outback on
the Boomerang Express
train, they will learn how It
All Comes Back to Jesus.
In this one-week adven-
ture, kids will hear daily
Bible stories about Jesus
Christ and His relation-
ship with Peter at the Bible
Study Sheep Station. Chil-
dren will make cool crafts
at the Craft Crossing. Ex-
citingand motivating songs
will be sung at the Music
Opera House. Outback
snacks like Koala Crunch


will be served at the G'Day
Caf6. Afterwards, game
time occurs at Recreation
Rock. Children will also
visit Missions Harbor and
learn how they can be light-
houses to others.
The Boomerang Ex-
press Vacation Bible School
kicks off on Saturday, June
13, 9 am until noon. A hu-
mongous water slide will
be the hit of the day as well
as a bounce house where
children can jump to their
hearts' content. Kids of
all ages will be able to fill
up and cool off with snow
cones, popcorn, cotton can-
dy, hot dogs, and refreshing


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lemonade. We will end the
day with a Land Down Un-
der surprise.
Vacation Bible School
begins on Monday, June
15, at 9 am. Children will
meet daily, June 15 19,
from 9 am until noon. The
fun winds down with Fam-
ily Night on Friday evening,
June 19, at 6:30.
Don't miss this train ride
that could change lives. It
will be an event to remem-
ber! Children, ages four
through 5th grade are invit-
ed. To sign-up for Vacation
Bible School, call Immanuel
Baptist Church at, 994-6152.
Registration for VBS is also


available online at www.pa-
ceimmanuel.org. "Ooroo!"
(Good-bye!)

First Assembly Night
of Prayer
Special to the Press Gazette
The Milton First Assem-
bly will be opening their
doors on Thursday, June 11
at 7 p.m. for a night of prayer
for the economical situa-
tion that many of us are in,
indeed, suffering from the
loss of jobs, financial situ-
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praying alone or there will
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with you if you so desire.
The night is open to any-
one that is suffering or know
anyone that is suffering,
or you are burdened with
knowing that your commu-
nity need's God's blessings
now more than ever
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Dear Pastor Gallups "This may sound like an odd
question, but How Big Is God?' S. T. Pace
Dear S.T.,
Ever since man first looked into the night sky -
he knew that he was a part of something much, much
bigger than himself. The vastness of the heavens
.was incomprehensible...the breadth of it all spoke
of things eternal.
Psalm 19:1-2
1 The heavens declare the glory of God; the skies
proclaim the work of his hands.
Day after day they pour forth speech; night after
night they display knowledge.
Let's begin by asking "Where are WE in this
place called the universe?"
The moon -is our nearest neighbor 1/4 of a
million miles away. Our Sun is 93 million miles
away.
Our Solar System is flying through space at 134
miles per second spinning as it goes. It is a part of
a vast collection of stars and stars systems all con-
tained within our one galaxy.
Scientist estimate as many as 200 billion stars
are a part of this collection called the Milky Way .
Galaxy. Six billion of those stars have planetary sys-
tems like ours. Every star we can see in the night sky
lies within just our own galaxy
Our solar system orbits the center of the Milky
Way Galaxy on just one of its several outer arms.
The Milky Way is just one of over 125 billion galax-
ies that make up the visible universe. In 1977
Voyager One was launched, It is just now at the edge
of our galaxy and it is traveling at 40,000 miles per
hour.
Andromeda is the next closest Galaxy it is 10
million, million, million miles away from earth.
Traveling at the speed of light it would take 2 mil-
lion years to reach Andromeda. Andrbmeda and the
Milky Way form a small cluster of Galaxies called
the "Local Group." Beyond the LOCAL GROUP are
even greater clusters of Galaxies
We have no knowledge of what lies beyond
this.. .now to answer your question...how big is
God? This vast universe, the Bible tells us, is just
ONE of God's creations! He is bigger than it. What
amazes me is that this unthinkably big" God, put on
flesh, died for us and loves you and me.
Unbelievable!

Carl Gallups is the Pastor of Hickory Hammock Baptist Church. in Milton. He has a Bachelor of
Science degree from Florida State University, and a Master of Divinity from The New Orleans
Baptist Theological Seminary. He has been pastor of HHBC since 1987. He serves as an
International Youth Evangelist for the Southern Baptist Convention preaching all over the U.S. and
Canada. For more information about HHBC, call 623-8959 or 626-8951, fax: 623-0197.
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Santa Rosa County School District RETIREES


JENI BOOKER SENTER
jsenter@srpressgazette:com
As the school year
comes to a close, some
district employees
celebrated their final day
of school as they retired
from their positions with
the district. The following
is a list of 2009 retirees
from the Santa Rosa
School District.
Linda Barrow
- guidance counselor,
Sims Middle; William
Beard mathematics
teacher, Pace High;
Wanda Boutwell
- Teacher Assistant II,
Jay Elementary; Donald
Bowersox principal,
Holley -Navarre Middle;
Betty Brouillette -
second -grade teacher,
Pea Ridge Elementary;
Tamara Chisenhall art
teacher, Holley -Navarre
Primary; Wayne Ciccone
- bus driver; Edward
Conley vocational
teacher, industrial,
Locklin Tech; Gail


Cordeiro bus driver;
Linda Crews teacher,
in -school suspension,
Hobbs Middle; Candace
Culberson English
teacher, Gulf Breeze
Middle; Gail Davis
- Exceptional Student
Education teacher, gifted,
S.S. Dixon Intermediate;
Nellie Dobspn fourth
-grade teacher, Jay
Elementary; Johnnie
Eubanks Clerical Data
I; Nancy Ezell ESE
Teacher Assistant II,
King Middle; Kathleen
Gilbert vocational
teacher, business
education, Locklin
Tech; Mary Godwin
- kindergarten teacher,
Jay Elementary; Jennifer
Granse principal,
Gulf Breeze Middle;
Debra Hart data
entry operator; Conley
Henderson Carpenter
II; Terry Herr teacher
on special assignment,
curriculum specialist,
ESE; Suzanne Holzworth
- social studies teacher,


Gulf Breeze Middle;
Elmira Hoomes first
-grade teacher, Berryhill
Elementary; Richard
Hunsucker principal,
Pea Ridge Elementary;
Cynthia Jenkins
- English teacher, Jay
High; mrnest Jernigan
- Plumber II; Sandra
Jernigan physical
education teacher, Holley
-Navarre Intermediate;
Mary Johnson -
coordinator of science;
George Jokela English
teacher, Milton High;
John Juul ESE teacher,
varying exceptionalities,
Holley -Navarre Middle;
Nancy Kulhavik ESE
Teacher Assistant I,
Navarre High; Effie
Lambeth Custodian
I; William Land data
processing manager;
Jeroel Lashley senior
computer programmer/
system analyst; Katrina
Lee food service
worker; Patricia Leininger
- fifth -grade teacher,
Oriole Beach Elementary;


Beverly Livingston
- guidance counselor,
Gulf Breeze Middle;
Martha Mason second
-grade teacher, S.S.
Dixon Primary; Drusilla
McGowan art teacher,
Pea Ridge Elementary;
Linda Melton bus
driver; Francis Melvin
- supervisor of building
maintenance; Delmar
Meyer Mechanic II;
Patricia Miller Teacher
Assistant II, Gulf Breeze
Elementary; Deloris
Morris English teacher,
Holley -Navarre Middle;
Rose Murphy food
service worker; Karen
Murray principal,
Gulf Breeze Elementary;
Kathleen Myers
- kindergarten teacher,
S.S. Dixon Primary; Mary
Noblin foreign language
teacher, Gulf Breeze
High; Chyri Paulette
Norton Switchboard
Operator II; Larry Olson
- vocational teacher,
diversified; Kenneth
Owens principal,


Central High School;
Curtis Penton bus
driver; Caroline Powell
- bus driver; Curtis
Powell math teacher,
King Middle; Betty
Ramsey music teacher,
Oriole Beach Elementary;
John Ratliff assistant
superintendent for
administrative services;
Peggy Regino Teacher
Assistant I, Holley
-Navarre Intermediate;
Zenaida Rhone -
Custodian I; Penelope
Risher guidance
counselor, Gulf Breeze
High; Cherie Rodgers
- second -grade
teacher, Holley -Navarre
Primary; Joanna Rogers'
- teacher on special
assignment, curriculum
specialist, ESE; John
Rogers superintendent;
Margaret Rotenberry
- senior data entry
operator; Willie Rushing
- bus driver; Dorothy.
Russell Secretary III;
Carla Schopp ESE
teacher, Holley -Navarre


Middle; Carol Seigle
- food service worker;
James Singleton EE.
teacher, Gulf Breeze
Elementary; Eleanor
Stacey bus driver; Mary
Steele route supervisor;
Frances Strickland
- first -grade teacher,
Jay Elementary; Joseph
Stringfellow teacher
on special assignment,,
transportation, south
end supervisor; Amy
Symonds Fiscal
Assistant III; Martha Trigg
- kindergarten teacher,
Holley -Navarre Primary;
Rosemary Vice second
-grade teacher, Holley
-Navarre Primary; Reina
Vonaxelson teacher
assistant for technology;
Lula Wetherbee bus
driver; Cheryl Wiggins
- ESE Teacher Assistant
I, Pea Ridge Elementary;
Polly Wonson ESE
Teacher Assistant III,
Hobbs Middle; Nancy
Worth guidance
counselor, Gulf Breeze
Middle.


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Tee Ball World Series first pitch is Thursday


By BILL GAMBLING
sports@srpressgazette.com
Thursday afternoon will
mark the first pitch for the
40th Tee Ball World Series
at Gospel Projects Park.
Gospel Projects, which
is the home of Tee Ball cre-
ated by the late Dr. Clayton
Hobbs, is expecting a lot
of excitement around the
tournament which was first
played involving four teams
back in 1979.
That first title was won
by Gospel Projects over the
Larson Center, but it has
been the Larsen Center,
now known as Northeast
Pensacola, who has domi-
nated the tournament.
Between the three NEP
clubs who are expected to
participate and the former
Larsen Center, they have
a whopping 27 Tee-Ball


World Series titles between
them, including the defend-
ing champions NEP Gold
and NEP Blue, who have
a tournament best 13 titles
with their last one coming
in 2007.
"There is a lot of strong
support at NEP" said Tod
Brainard, Gospel Projects
YAC Executive Director.
"They have a lot of former
pros who come back to
coach their little ones or
coach a team."
Despite the drought of
a title for Gospel Projects,
they did make some noise
last season by advancing to
the semifinals for the first .
time in many years.
"We have a very strong
World and American
teams," Brainard said. "We
have four home-run hit-
ters on the World team and
three home-run hitters on


the American team.
"It would be a great
thing to see them to go far
again this year."
The only change for
2009 is the fact that this
will mark the final year for
7-year-olds in the tourna-
ment.
"Beginning next year,
Tee Ball Baseball will no
longer be. franchising 7-
year-olds," Brainard said.
"Tee Ball Baseball be-
lieves that the time has
coie to focus on 4-, 5- and
6-year-olds with Tee. Ball
and allow 7s to advance
into coach pitch, machine
pitch or coach pitch softball
(girls)."
In information pre-
sented by. the board, dur-
ing the last three years, a
combined total of 321 home
runs were hit during the
Tee Ball World Series.


1970 Gospel Projects
1971 Larsen Center,
1972 Brent West
1973 Larsen Center
1974 Larsen Center
1975 Brent West
1976 Brent West
1977 Brent West
1978 Brent West
1979 NE Pensacola Gold
1980 Bellview National
1981 NE Pensacola Gold
1982 NE Pensacola Gold
1983 Cantonment
1984 NE Pensacola Blue
1985 NE Pensacola Blue
1986- NE Pensacola Blue
1987 NE Pensacola Blue
.1988 Warrin'gton
1989 NE Pensacola Blue


The YAC Web site, www.
youthathleticclub.org, notes
that most parks cannot ex-
tend their fences to accom-
modate the technological


1990 NE Pensacola Blue
1991 NE Pensacola Blue
1992 NE Pensacola Blue
1993 Myrtle Grove Green
1994 NE Pensacola Gold
1,995 NE Pensacola Blue
1996 Myrtle Grove Green
1997 NE Pensacola Blue
1998 NE Pensacola White
1999 NE Pensacolq Blue
2000 NE Pensacold White
2001 NE Pensacola Blue
2002 NE Pensacola Gold
2003 NE Pensacola Gold
2004 Bellview National
2005 NE Pensacola Gold
2006 NE Pensacola White
2007 NE Pensacola Blue
2008 NE Pensacola Gold


advancement in bats and
balls as well as advanced
player abilities due to the
earlier development of play-
ers at age 4.


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New FWC quota process allows for guest permit


City ofMiltonYouth Football
Registration: The City of Milton
youth football registration is un-
der way for children ages 5-14.
Those interested in participating,
can register at the Milton Com-
munity Center for football Mon-
day through Friday from noon to
8 p.m. Registration ends when*
teams are full. The $95 partici-
pation fee includes: Gulf Coast
Youth Football Alliance regis-
tration, 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.
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850-983-5466.

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istration: East. Milton Youth
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the second and fourth Saturdays
of June, July and August, 10 a.m.
to noon, at the East Milton Ball
Park Board Room. East Milton
Youth Association is holding
football registration for children
ages. 5-14. The registration fee
is $95 and includes registration'
with Gulf Coast Youth Football
Alliance, game jersey, trophy,
use of: helmet, shoulder pads,
game pants, seven-piece pad
and mouthpiece. Registration
will continue through out the
summer until the season be-
gins. For more information,
contact Carl Wells at 313-5440 or
983-8400 or visit www.eastmilton
youthsports.com.

2009 'Summer Soccer
Camps at FCSR: F'utbol Club
of Santa Rosa has announced
the dates of its summer camp
programs. Director of Coach-
ing Louie Sahin will conduct two
camps at FC Santa Rosa in 2009.
The cost for each session is $75
per player.
The camp is August 1-3. Ses-
sions for both camps are as fol-
lows: 8-10:30 a.m. is for campers
in the, U9'through U12. U13-U18
sessions are 5:30-8 p.m. Camps,
are scheduled this way to mini-
mize the risk of heat exposure.'
For more information, con-
tact Louie Sahin at 850-686-
0192 or visit www.fosantarosa;
comn.

Jay High Summer Basket-
ball Camp: The Jay Summer
Basketball Camrnp for Boys and
Girls will be held June 15-18 at
the Jay High School Gymnasi-
um. This year's campwillbebro-
ken down into two age groups.
Grades five through eight will be
from 1-3 p.m., with the camp for
grades one through four 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 that are
anywhere from third to eighth
grade. The cost is $75 and will
be from 8 a.m. until noon each
day. Everyone will receive a
Pace Basketball T-shirt for par-
ticipating in the clinic. Lunch
will be provided on the last day
of 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
conjunction with USA Volley-


ball's Gulf Coast Region, will be
hosting The two-person Beach
Series June 13-14 for Junior.
Girls and Boys. This year, adult
divisions will also be offered.
The age groups for the Juniors
are 18 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 sea-
son will be the Boardwalk Beach
Resort. For registration, please
contact the Gulf Coast Region
at www.gulfcoastvolleyball.org
Click on Beach. Or e-mail Robin
Smith (MSVA) at msva volley
ball@hotmail.com. Boosters
and HS Athletic check out the
Gulf Coast Region's incentives
to bring in new players.

Kickball League: East Mil-
ton Adult Co-ed Summer Kick-
ball is'forming. Four feniales
per team are required, and reg-
istration is $175 per team, mini-
mum of 10 players, maximum
of 20 players, 10 game season
- games on Tuesday nights.
This league is for ages 16+ and
is open to the first six teams that
sign up. For more information,
contact. Anthony Daughtery
dadogg20002001@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
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 $110.00 pAr camper.
Camp registration includes a
free T-shirt.
For instructions on signing
up,visitwww.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:
Shannan Bergen and her staff
are proud to present this year's
team and individual basketball
camps. An individual day camp
will be held for girls entering
third-12th grades, during the
week of June 22-26. In addition,,
Coach Bergen will be holding.a
camp available for teams to par-
ticipate in through the weekend
of June 26-28. Included in camp
costs are individualized offen-
\sive and defensive skills train-
ing with UWF staff and players,
along with sessions to explain
general rules of play. Campers
will participate in open recre-
ation swimming and a pizza
party on Thursday. A camp T-
shirt is provided, but campers
must bring their,own sack lunch
or purchase lunch at their own
expense at the University Com-
mons.
Fliers and registration forms
can be found at www.GoArgos.
com by visiting the women's
basketball page or camps link.
For more information on camps,
contact UWF assistant coach
Laura Davis at 850-474-2589 or
ldavis4@uwf.edu.

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


The Florida Fish and Wild-
life Conservation Commission
(FWC) will be accepting applica-
tions-until June 30 to be included
in a random drawing for quota
permits to hunt on Florida's wild-
life management areas (WMAs)
next season.
This year, there are a few rule
changes pertaining to the Quota
Hunt Permit Program to improve
the state's regulation of hunting
on WMAs. For instance, the FWC
has created a guest permit so
quota permit holders can take
a friend hunting with them. The
guest can obtain the permit by
using the quota permit holder's
customer'ID number.
The FWC suggests, hunters
wait to obtain their guest per-
mits until just before their hunt
begins. Once a guest permit is
issued, it can not be changed.
Guest permits will not be avail-
able until Aug. 1.
In addition, quota ,hunt per-t
mits are no longer transferable,
so individuals will not be able to


hoard permits and reduce other
hunters' chances of being select-
ed, ensuring a fairer distribution
of hunting opportunities among
more hunters.
I1 a hunter does not draw a
permit this year, he or she will
get a preference point that will in-
crease the odds of getting drawn
next year. Preference points can
accumulate in subsequent years.
More hunt choices are avail-
able. Hunters may apply for up to
nine hunt types: archery, muzzle-
loading gun, general gun, wild
hog, mobility impaired, track,.air-.
boat, youth and family.
OnmanyWMAs, quota permits
are required for hunters wishing
to hunt during specified periods
of the general gun season, as
well' as for other hunts, including
the archery and muzzleloading
gun seasons. Quota permits also
are required for hunts involving
airboats, track vehicles, youths,
families and mobility-impaired
persons.
Worksheets are available by


clicking under "Limited Entry
Hunts" at MyFWC.com/Hunting.
They also are available from
county tax collectors' offices, li-
cense agents and FWC regional
offices.
To apply, take a worksheet to
any license agent or tax collec-
tor's office or apply at www.wild
lifelicense.com/fl through mid-
night June 30.
Worksheets for recreational
use permits also are available at
MyFWC.com/Hunting. The FWC
issues recreational use permits
on a first-come, first-served basis
beginning 10 a.m. (EDT) June 4,
2009-March 31,2010.
Visit MyFWC.com/Hunting
and click on "Limited Entry
Hunts" for more information on
how to apply for permits, plus
application periods and dead-
lines. For more information
on the guest permit and other
quota permit changes, click on
"New Quota Permit Changes"
under "Breaking News" at My
FWC.com/Hunting.


,FWC REPORT


This report repre-
sents some events the
Florida Fish and Wildlife
Conservation Commis-
sion Northwest Divi-
sion handled May 29 to
June 4; however, it does
not include all actions
taken by the Division of
Law Enforcement.

ESCAMBIA COUNTY
Pensacola and Pan-
ama City area FWC of-


ficers teamed with the
U.S. Coast Guard and
the Okaloosa County
Sheriff's' Department
in escorting the Juan
Sebastian Elcano into
Pensacola Pass and to
a berthing at the Port of
Pensacola.
The 300-foot Juan
Sebastian Elcano is the
third-largest Tall sail-
ing ship in the world and
part of the Spanish Navy.
The ship is in harbor at


Pensacola for the 450th
celebration of the found-
ing of the City of Pen-
sacola.

SANTA ROSA
COUNTY
Officer Faris Livesay
was on patrol at the Ar-
chie Glover boat ramp
when 'he observed a
man return to the ramp
in a vessel. When Offi-
cer Livesay approached


him, the, man dumped a
fish from a bucket into
the water. The subject
denied dumping the-
undersize redfish that
was found in the water
at the dock. The man
was also found to be in
possession of an under-
size sheepshead. The
fisherman was issued
a notice to appear for
possession of undersize
redfish and undersize
sheepshead.


- _Tide REPORT


Pensacola Bay


Thursday, June 11, 20
5:46 AM CDT Sunrise
8:59 AM CDT Moonset -
12:58 PM CDT High tide 1
7:51 PM CDT Sunset
10:54 PM CDT-Moonrise

Friday, June 12, 2009
12:15 AM CDT Low tide -0
5:46 AM CDT Sunrise
9:54 AM CDT Moonset
1:23 PM CDT High tide 1..
7:51 PM CDT Sunset
11:25 PM CDT Moonrise

Saturday, June 13,' 20
'12:24 AM CDT Low tide -0
5:46 AM CDT Sunrise
10:49 AM CDT Moonset
1:38 PM CDT High tide 1.
7:51 PM CDT Sunset
11:54 PM CDT Moonrise

Sunday, June 14, 200'
12:23 AM CDT Low tide 0
5:46 AM CDT Sunrise
11:44 AM CDT Moonset
1:15 PM CDT High tide 1.
7:52 PM CDT Sunset


East Bay

Thursday, June 11, 20
1:14 AM CDT Low tide -0.
5:44 AM CDT Sunrise
8:58 AM CDT Moonset
1:43 PM CDT High tide 1.
7:49 PM CDT Sunset
10:53 PM CDT Moonrise


Friday, June 12, 2009
1:31 AM CDT Low tide -Q.28 Feet
09 5:44 AM CDT Sunrise
9:53 AM CDT Moonset
2:06 PM CDT High tide 1.74 Feet
.59 Feet7:50 PM CDT Sunset
See .11:24 PM CDT Moonrise

Saturday, June 13, 2009
1:42 AM CDT Low tide -0.13 Feet
5:44 AM CDT Sunrise
.23 Feet 10:48 AM CDT Moonset
2:21 PM CDT High tide 1.50 Feet
7:50 PM CDT Sunset
45 Feet 11:53 PM CDT Moonrise

Sunday, June 14, 2009
1:41 AM CDT Low tide 0.07 Feet
09 5:44.AM CDT Sunrise
.1 1 Feet 1 1:43 AM CDT Moonset
1:58 PM CDT High tide 1.21 Feet
7:51 PM CDT Sunset
25 Feet .
25 Feet Blackwater River

Thursday, June 11, 2009
S1:44 AM CDT Low tide -0.37 Feet
9 5:44 AM CDT Sunrise
.06 Feet 8:58 AM CDT Moonset
2:39 PM CDT High tide 1.91 Feet
01 Feet7:50 PM CDT Sunset
10:54 PM CDT Moonrise

Friday, June 12, 2009
2:01 AM CDT Low tide -0.28 Feet
5:44 AM CDT Sunrise
9:53 AM CQT Moonset
09 3:02 PM CDT High tide 1.74 Feet
37 Feet 7:51 PM CDT Sunset
11:25 PM CDT Moonrise

91 Feet Saturday, June 13, 2009
2:12 AM CDT Low tide -0.13 Feet
5:44 AM CDT Sunrise


10:48 AM CDT Moonset
3:17 PM CDT High tide 1.50 Feet
7:51 PM CDT Sunset
11:54 PM CDT Moonrise

Sunday, June 14, 2009
2:11 AM CDT Low tide 0.07 Feet
5:45 AM CDT Sunrise
11:43 AM CDT Moonset
2:54 PM CDT High tide 1.21 Feet
7:51 PM CDT Sunset

Navarre Beach

Thursday, June 11, 2009
5:44 AM CDT Sunrise
8:58 AM CDT Moonset
10:53 AM CDT High tide 1.51 Feet
7:49 PM CDT Sunset
10:02 PM CDT Low tide -0.02 Feet
10:53 PM CDT Moonrise

Friday, June 12, 2009
5:44 AM CDT Sunrise -
9:53 AM CDT Moonset
11:24 AM CDT High tide 1.43 Feet
7:49 PM CDT Sunset
10:09 PM CDT Low tide 0.14 Feet
11:24 PM.CDT Moonrise

Saturday, June 13, 2009
5:44 AM CDT Sunrise
10:48 AM CDT Moonset
11:51 AM CDT High tide 1.32 Feet.
7:50 PM CDT Sunset
9:54 PM CDT Low tide 0.31 Feet
11:53 PM CDT Moonrise

Sunday, June 14, 2009
5:44 AM CDT Sunrise
11:43 AM CDT Moonset
12:04 PM CDT-High tide 1.15 Feet
7:50 PM CDT Sunset
9:29 PM CDT Low tide 0.47 Feet


"These changes are in
line with the Little League
and Babe Ruth League
franchises," Brainard said.
"Since we have made this
decision, we have received
several requests from
parks currently outside
the framework of Tee Ball
Baseball to be franchised
in 2010 due to this change.
"Webelievethatwewillin-
crease the number of teams
participating and therefore
expand interest in the tour-
naments now franchised by
Tee Ball Baseball."
Brainard noted there
are some concerns about
rain' during the tourna-
ment, which could affect
the games schedules which
had yet to be finalized by
press time.
For more information
on schedules, visit www.
youthathleticclub.org.


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th ae 1PsGult
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Sakdultas wehll as aneibition doubles
S adults as we a an Luench andbeverages
were provided, nd raquets and balls were
available tot parlIcipanrat. Proceeds fom the
tenis li n rd impioving the Jay
public tennis court s. lessons hrom
When Shirley Rane> oo teni lesycl frm
WB en Sairley Rane m tooed doing the clinic in Jay
Br Sakey, he g teenniosand wants everyone to
Then we told i i there was a lot of interest
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Broxsons celebrate 50th

anniversary in Hawaii


Special to the Press Gazette
Glenwood Broxson &
Martha. (Hurst) Broxson,
both of Holley, Fla.,
celebrated their 50th
wedding anniversary on
May 1,2009, in Hawaii.
They also celebrated
their 10th anniversary
there while Glen was
serving with the Navy
Seabees in Vietnam.
Martha flew to Hawaii to
meet Glen while he was on
R&R leave for five days.
Martha is a retired
RN from the SRC Health


Department in Milton, and
Glen is retired from the
Navy andFederal Civil
Service. The Broxsonis
have foup children. Glenda
is an RN, David (Gail) is
a USPS employee, Gary
is Retired Army and a
High School Teacher, and
Perry (Lori) is a Graphic
Artist. The Broxsons have
10 grandsons and two
granddaughters.
We thank the Lord
for His love and many
blessings through the
years as we continue td be
sweethearts.


Sailors wear new
Naval Air Station (NAS) Eight Sail
Whiting Field recognized Whiting Fie
the accomplishments of. elected for
soon-to-be-advanced sail- including air
ors during a frocking cer- ler Airman I
emony June 2. air traffic c
The frocking ceremony man James
is a Navy tradition that traffic contr
provides the selected sail- Joseph Well
ors an opportunity to wear controller Ai
the uniform and take on pher Witzleb
the responsibilities of their controller Air
new rank before they are iWoodfin, air i
formally advanced. Second ler Third Cla
class petty officers were aviation boa<
frocked to first class, third Second Class
class petty officers were and aviation
frocked to second class, mate Second
and airmen were frocked to Watson.
third class. Each sail
"It is a great day today," frockinglette
said Capt. Enrique Sadsad, which reads
commanding officer NAS appointment
Whiting Field to the select- the obligation
ed Sailors. "My two favorite ercise increa
events are frocking and and willingly,
reenlistments. Congratula- responsibility
tions. I know you put a lot now a positi
of work into making today authority, yo
happen. If you aren't up with a renew
here today, keep working. toward the v
There will continue to be service with
many opportunities for you The ceren
in the future." at the base ai


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ors from NAS
ld were se-
advancement,
traffic control-
Kelsy Balcom,
ontroller Air-
Sampang, air
oiler Airman
s, air traffic
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en, air traffic
*man Kayleigh
traffic control-
ass Tiena Lee,
tswain's mate
s Jerry Lowe,
Sboatswain's
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or received a
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in part, "Your
carries with it
n that you ex-
ased authority
accept greater
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on of greater
u must strive
red dedication
alued ideal of
honorr"
aony was held
iditorium.


News BRIEFS


City of Milton Meeting
Milton's Computer Committee
will meet Monday, June 15, at 8 a.m.
in conference room B at City Hall,
6738 Dixon Street, Milton. All meet-
ings are open to the public. For fur-
ther information on the meeting, call
983-5411.

Pancake Breakfast for
American Legion Post 78
On Saturday, June 13, the Ameri-
can Legion Post 78 will host a Pan-
cake Breakfast at Texas Roadhouse
to raise funds for activities at the post.
These activities include sponsoring 2
high school students selected from
local high schools to attend Boys and
Girls State each summer in Tallahas-
see. The post also recognizes two
students from each school in Milton,
Bagdad, East Milton and Pace with a
Leadership Award presented at the
end of the school year, during the
school's awards day. In December
the post travels to Biloxi VA Hospi-
tal in Mississippi to visit with and
present veterans with a small token
of appreciation for their service to
our country. The post participates
in many activities such as Veteran's
Day, Memorial Day, and Flag Retire-
ment ceremonies.
For more information about ob-
taining tickets ($5.00 each) for the
breakfast, please contact any mem-
ber of the post or call John Everitt at
293-4957 or Tom Griffith at 623-5055.
The post is located on Spikes Way in
Milton and meets the third Tuesday


of each month. If you are a veteran
and not a member of the American
Legion and would like to join to lend
your voice to the growing issues con-
cerning veterans come on out to the
monthly meeting. For more informa-
*tion, call 293-4957.

Fish Fry & Bake Sale
Benefit for the Cooper-Turner
Family will be Saturday, June 13,
from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. It will be hosted
by Prissy Peacock, held in the park-
ing lot of Cash's Liquor Store, 5054
Highway 90 in Pace.

Meeting Rescheduled
The Fire Department Executive
Group meeting scheduled for Tues-
day, June 2 has been rescheduled for
Thursday, June 11. The meeting will
be held at 6:30-p.m. at the Santa Rosa
County Emergency Management
building located at 4499 Pine Forest
Road in Milton.

Alabama Blueberry Festival
The 29th annual Alabama Blue-
berry Festival will be held Saturday,
June 20th in beautiful historic down-
town Brewton, AL from 9 a.m. to 5
p.m.
The festival features homemade
blueberry foods and a wide variety
of sandwiches. There will be original
arts and crafts, cookbooks, blueberry
bushes and crates of fresh blueber-
ries, blue-berry t-shirts, children's
games and activities, strolling magi-
cian, live entertainment all day, an


antique care show and a motorcycle
show and ride. Special guest "Ronald
McDonald" will arrive around 11 a.m.
and will visit with the kids until 1 p.m.
This year's sponsors include Bank
Trust, DW McMillan Hospital, Pepsi,
Poarch Creek Indians, Georgia-Pa-
cific, David's Catfish House, and
McDonald's of Brewton. For more in-
formation on participating in the arts
& crafts show, call Judy or Michelle
for an exhibitor's application (251-
867-3224) or visit the website: (www.
alabamablueberryfesttival.com.)

Gulf Coast Economics Club
Special Meeting
Please join us for a buffet lun-
cheon and guest speaker, Commis-
sioner Steve Nodine of Mobile Coun-
ty, Alabama. Topic will be an update
on the U.S. Air Force's 40 billion KC-
45 Tanker contract and the economic
impact along the entire Gulf Coast
Region. It will be at the New World
Landing Main Banquet Hall, 600
South Palafox Street, in Pensacola on
Wednesday, June 17. Doors will open
at 11:30 a.m. for social networking.
The guest speaker and buffet will be-
gin at 12 noon. Q & A starts at 12:45
a.m. Adjournment will be at 1 p.m.
Reservations are required by 10 a.m.
on June 16 to Belynda at 850/438-0335
or e-mail to info@gulfcoasteconomic-
sclub.com. The cost will be $15 each
for guests and members are free. Stu-
dents are $10 each. Please be advised
all no-shows (non-Members) will be
billed unless prior cancellation. www.
gulfcoasteconnomicsclub.com


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Santa Rosa Sheriff's Report


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The following arrests
were made beginning May
8 to May 17,2009.
Hughes, Beverley Lou;
Female; 48; 1627 Brook-
wood Circle, Gulf Breeze;
DUI Alcohol or Drugs 2nd
Offense. 5/9/09
Kelley, Travis Ray;
'Male; 38; 4470 Sanford
Street, Pace; DUI. 5/8/09
King, Early B; Male; 35;
7831 Stallworth Ln, Pen-
sacola; DUI. 5/8/09
Lockwood, Frank
Wayne; Male; 55; 122 Tra-
vis Street, Pensacola; DUI.
-5/10/09
Sims, John Mallory;
Male; 52; 8586 Scenic
Hills Dr., Pensacola; DUI.
5/10/09
Williams, Richard Lee;
Male; 22; 7200 Klondike Rd,
Pensacola; DUI. 5/8/09
Andrus, Peter Lee;
Male; 54; 7373 Sandstone
St., Navarre; DUI. 5/09
Boykens, Cynthia Ma-
rie; Female; 46; Home-
less; Burglary Unoccu-
pied Structure Unarmed.
5/11/099
Farmer, Edgar Boyd;
Male; 27; 5189 Westport


Dr., Milton; Failure to Ap-
pear for Felony Offense.
5/11/09
Kellev Justin Lee;
Male; 23; 941 Lighthouse
Church Rd, Holt; Probation
Violation-Felony 5/11/09
Polis. Jr., Thomas Mi-
chael; Male; 36; 8423 In-
dian Ford Rd, Milton; Larc-
Theft is $300 or More But
Less Than $5,000, Dealing
in Stolen Property. 5/11/09
Ryan, David Michael;
Male; 21; No address given;
Fraud-Impersonate-False
ID to Secondhand Dealer
Under $300, Dealing in Sto-
len Property.
Thele, Laura Ann; Fe-
male; 20; 6690 Dearborn
St., Milton; Failure to Ap-
pear for Felony Offense.
5/11/09
Denham. Steven Mi-
chael; Male; 12; 9377 Amer-
ican Farms Rd,, Milton;
Lewd Lasciv-Molest Child
12 YOA Up To 16 YOA By
Less 18 YOA. 5/11/09
Dilbeck, Austin Lee;,
Male; 12; 5151 Buggy Dr.,
Milton; Lewd Lasciv-Mo-'
lest Child 12 YOA Up To
16 YOA By Less 18 YOA.


5/11/09
McHan. Jr., Terry Al-
len; Male; 13; 9263 Corn-
field Way, Milton; Lewd
Lasciv-Molest Child 12
YOA Up To 16 YOA By
Less 18 YOA. 5/11/09
Stallworth. Charles
Clinton; Male; 36; 4225 Aud-
iss Road, Milton; Fraud-
Viol Work Comp Stop Work
Order Less Than 20K,
Fraud-Submit Misleading
Work Comp Application.
5/11/09
Dozier, Tony Lamar;
Male; 36; 2855 Leon Tower
Rd, Dozier, AL; Probation
Violation-Felony. 5/12/09
Jones, Keyon Bernard;
Male; 20; 848 North West
8th St., Hallandale, FL;
Fraud-Obtain Controlled
Substance By 5/12/09
Marich,.Mark Edward;
Male; 44; 6880 W Fairfield
Dr., Pensacola; Out of
State Fugitive From Jus-
tice. 5/12/09
Masek, Michael Jason;


Male; 38; 5930 Munson.
Hwy, Milton; Use of False
ID Adversely Affects An-
other. 5/12/09
Padgett, Johnny Lee;


Male; 44; 9804 Sydney Rd.,
Pensacola; Probation Vio-
lation-Felony. 5/12/09
Rivers, Jessie Marie;
Female; 37; 4716 Chumuck-
la Hwy., Pace; Probation
Violation-Felony. 5/12/09
Slack, Anthony Jerome;
Male; 36; 4512 Limit St.,
Milton; Failure to Appear
for Felony Offense (2 cts)/
5/12/09
Smith, Raymond Jay;
Male; 31; 6885 Chanterelle
Circle, Milton; Probation
Violation-Felony. 5/12/09
Wallace, Michael John;
Male; 35; 2153 Cedar Forks
Drive, Marietta, GA; Pro-
bation Violation-Felony.
5/12/09
Goodyear, Michael
Alan; .Male; 44; 6111 Car-
roll Rd, Milton; Probation
Violation-Felony. 5/12/09
Sharp, Thomas Brent;
Male; 13; 2838 Great Oaks
Cir, Gulf Breeze; Burgi Un-
occupied Conveyance Un-
armed (2 cts.), Larc-Petit


1st Off (2 cts.)..5/12/09


Smith, Breeanna Au-
tumn; Female; 15; 4112
Cotton Rd, Pace; Flee/
Elude Police-Fail to Obey
LEO Order to Stop, Bat-
tery on Officer Firefight-
er EMT Etc, Battery on
Elected Official or Educa-
tion Employee (2 cts.), Re-
sist Officer With Violence.
5/12/09
Crenshaw Wilma
Thomas; Female; 37; 5554
Highway 90, Pace; DUI.
5/12/09
Reaves, Sheila Ann;
Female; 45; 6519 Bonner
Ave., Milton; DUI Alcohol
or Drugs 2nd Offense, DUI
and Damage Property, Re-
fuse to Submit to DUI Test.
5/12/09
Vallina, Christopher
NMN; Male; 25; 8615 Lar-
edo St., Navarre; DUI.
5/12/09
Ard, Bonnie; Male; 46;
5560 Birch St., Milton; DUI
Alcohol or Drugs 2nd Of-
fense, Refuse to Submit to
DUI Test. 5/12/09


Baker. Jr.. Michael
Ray; Male; 31; 7124 East
Gate Rd, Milton; Probation
Violation-Felony 5/13/09
Skelton Gregory Lee;
Male; 38; 8500 Fowler Ave.
Pensacola; Aggrav Asslt
With Intent to Commit A
Felony (domesticeviolence),
Aggrav Assit With Intent to
Commit A Felony (3 cts.),
Battery-Touch or Strike
(domestic violence), Bat-
tery Cause Bodily Harm (2
cts.), Damage Prop-Crim
Misch Over $200 Under
$1,000, Burgi With Assault
or Battery. 5/13/09
Smith, Robert Baker;
Male; 39; 3411 Market St.,
Pensacola; Failure to Ap-
pear for Felony Offense.
5/13/09
Barfield, Spencer Kyle;
Male; 18; 9212 Eagle Nest
Drive, Navarre; Burglary,
Grand Theft. 5/13/09
Hendrix I. John Paul;
Male; 26; 4124 Lawrence
Ave., Pace; DUI and Dam-
age Property. 5/13/09


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SHERRY CREGGER
fp Sherry Cregger had a dream
but never let it show.
And everywhere that Sherry went,
That dream was sure to go.
Sherry's Lunch Box is the result of that
long sought after dream that finally came true
for Sherry Cregger who always wanted her
own restaurant but never had the opportunity
or the resources to get one going.
However, after working long hours and a
lot of years for others preparing and serving
food, she finally took the bull by the horns, so
to speak, and opened Sherry's Lunchbox at
5168 Stewart Street in the former Tastee
Sherry Cregger Freeze facilities between Highway 90 and
Elva streets.
That was a long time ago (last month made four years) and the reputation
she enjoys today took a long while to build. Her success has been achieved most-
ly by word of mouth from satisfied customers rather than from high tech adver-
tising which she felt she could never afford. But you can't keep a good product
down, and over the years the variety and down-home-cooked goodness of her
food served with fast food convenience have made'the place stand out.
Sherry says that her entire life is centered around the restaurant. It's the first
thing on her mind when she wakes up and the last thing on her mind before she
goes to sleep. Aside from her family, it's the highlight of her life, and the food
reflects the passion and the tender, loving care that she invests in it. We salute
Sherry for her tenacity, her willingness to please, her hard work, and that ever-
lasting, unyielding grasp of the dream that has meant so much to her. ..and, of
course, her sharing it with others.
She's one of a kind, and if you haven't met her, you have a friend in the out-
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John F. Sturm
President and CEO

The Reality About Newspapers

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

Here is the reality about newspapers today:

1. Myth: No one reads newspapers anymore.

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

2. Myth: Young people no longer read newspapers.

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

3. Myth: Newspaper readership is tanking.

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

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

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

5. Myth: Newspaper advertising doesn't work.

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

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

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

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

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

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

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





John F. Sturm
NAA President and CEO

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


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NOTICE OF ACTION
BEFORE THE BC
OF NURSING
IN RE:The license
practice nursing of
Doll R. James, C.N.
4891 Tealwood Driv
Pace, Florida 32571
CASE
2007-06219
LICENSE NO.:
112381
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ministrative Corn,
against you, a, co,
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press Way, Bin #
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at an 'ensuing me
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Americans with Dis
ties Act, persons
ing a special ac
modation to part
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vidual or agency
ing this notice not
than seven days
to the proceeding
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original with the clerk of CUlT, IN AND FOR
this Court at 6865 Car- SANTA ROSA
oline St., Milton 32570, COUNTY, FLORIDA
before service on Peti- JUVENILE DIVISION
tioner or immediately CASE NUMBER
thereafter. If you fail to 07-DP-200
do so, a default may
be entered against IN THE INTEREST OF:
you for the relief de-
manded in the peti- A.P. DOB:
tion. 12/19/2007


stored. rurcnases mus Copies of all. court A MINOR CHILD
be' paid for at time of documents In this
purchase in cash or case, including TO: Nathan Rowlett,
credit card only. .orders, are available Father
S at the Clerk of the Cir- Address and wherea-
All purchased items are cult Court's office, bouts unknown
sold as is, where is and You ,may review these
must be removed at the documents upon re- Father of A. R: Nathan
S time of the sale. Sale isuet Rowlett
subject 'to cancellation R"w."
in the event of settle- You 'must keep the YOU ARE HEREBY
mnt between owner Clerk of the Circuit NOTIFIED that a Peti-
N and obligated party. Court's office notified tion under oath has
OffARD ice number of your current ad- been filed in the above
DARD 850-994-0033 dress. (You may file styled Court for the ter-
Notice of Current Ad- mination of parental
St 053009 dress, Florida Su- rights of A.R, a female
061009 preme Court Ap- child born on the 19th
061309 proved Family Law day of December,
A. 061709 Form 12.915.) Future 2007, in Escambia
e 5/709 papers in this lawsuit County, Florida by the
1 Legal 6/710 will be mailed to the Department of Children
address on record at and Family Services,
NO.: IN THE CIRCUIT the clerk's office. for subsequent adop-
COURT OF THE tion, and you are
FIRST JUDICIAL CIR- WARNING: Rule hereby commanded to
CNA CUIT, IN AND FOR 12.285, Florida Family be and appear before
SANTA ROSA Law Rules of Proce- the Honorable Marci
COUNTY, FLORIDA dure, requires certain L. Goodman, Judge of
of Case No.: 09-615-DR automatic disclosure the Circuit Court in and
in Ad- Division: of documents and In- for Santa Rosa County,
plaint J formation. Failure to Florida, at the Santa
py of Joseph Ben Kirkeeng, comply can result in Rosa County Court-
ained Petitioner sanctions, including house, 6865 Caroline
chael dismissal or striking Street, Milton, FL
Assis, and of pleadings. 32570, on the 23rd day
lunse, of July, 2009, at 2:00
vices Celina Centino Dated: May 29, 2009. p.m. You must either
Cy- Kirkeeng appear on the date and
tC65, Respondent. CLERK OF THE CIR- at the time specified or
lorida CUIT COURT send a written re-
(850) NOTICE OF ACTION CIRCUIT COURT SEAL sponse to the Court
FOR DISSOLUTION By: Carmen Emery priort to that time.


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TERMINATION OF addresses of the Per- BARRED.
PARENTAL RIGHTS. sonal Representative
and the Personal Date of the first pul
WITNESS my hand as Representative's attor- cation of this Noti
the Clerk of said Court ney are set forth below. June 3, 2009
and the Seal thereof,
this 26th day of May, All creditors of the De- SIMPSON LAW FIRM
2009. cedent and other per- Attorney for Persor
sons having claims or Representative
CLERK OF COURT demands against 1048 Mar Walt Drive
SANTA ROSA Decedent's Estate on Ft. Walton Beach, FL
COUNTY FLORIDA whom a copy of this (850)862-1134
CIRCUIT COURT SEAL Notice is required to be
By: Suzanne Brooks served must file their By: /s/ David A. Sirr
Deputy Clerk claims with this Court son
WITHIN THE LATER DAVID A. SIMPSON
060309 OF 3 MONTHS AFTER Florida Bar No. 202460
061009 THE TIME OF THE
061709 FIRST PUBLICATION Personal Represen
062409 OF THIS NOTICE OR tive of the Estate of J
61712 30 DAYS AFTER THE seph A. Seale
DATE OF SERVICE OF
A COPY OF THIS NO- /s/ Muriel Castillo
Legal 6/713 TICE ON THEM. Muriel Castillo
41 Marlborough Road
IN THE CIRCUIT All other creditors of Shalimar, FL 32579
COURT IN AND FOR the Decedent and other
SANTA ROSA persons having claims 060309
COUNTY, FLORIDA or demands against 061009
PROBATE DIVISION Decedent's Estate must 6/713
File No.: 57 2009 CP file their claims with this
123 Court WITHIN THREE ___________
MONTHS AFTER THE
IN RE THE ESTATE DATE OF THE FIRST Legal 6/722
OF: PUBLICATION OF
THIS NOTICE. IN THE CIRCUIT
JOSEPH A. SEALE COURT FOR SAN
Deceased. ALL CLAIMS NOT ROSA COUN
FILED WITHIN THE FLORIDA. CIVIL DI
NOTICE TO CREDI- TIME PERIODS SET SION
TORSy FORTH IN SECTION CASE NA
733.702 OF THE 572008CA001918)00
YOU ARE HEREBY NO- FLORIDA PROBATE XXX
TIFIED that administra- COE WILL BE FOR- S
tion of the Estate of JO- EVER BARRED. WELLS FARGO BANI
SEPH A. SEALE, do- NATIONAL ASSOCI
ceased, whose datedof NOTWITHSTANDING TION ON BEHALF 0
death was January 5, THE TIME PERIODS MORGAN STANL
2009, is pending in the SET FORTH ABOVE, ABS CAPITAL I IN(
CircuitiCourt for Santa ANY CLAIM. FILED TRUST 2005-WM
Rosa County, Florida TWO (2) YEARS OR M 0 R T G A G
Probate Division, RO. MOREEAFTER THE PASS-THROUGHSCE
Box 472, Milton, Florida DE DENT'S DATE TIFICATES, SERI
32572. The names and OF' DEATH IS 2005-WMC6, .


Available from Commercial New


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Plaintiff, County Courthouse,
vs. 6865 Caroline Street,
bli- Milton, FL 32570 at
ce: BETTY R. HEROLD, et Santa Rosa County,
a[.,, Florida, at 11:00 a.m.
Defendants. CST on the 17 day of
June, 2009, the fol-
nal NOTICE OF SALE lowing described prop-
PURSUANT TO erty as set forth in said
CHAPTER 45 Order or Final Judg-
ment, to-wit:
NOTICE IS HEREBY
GIVEN pursuant to an ALL THAT CERTAIN
ip- Order or Summary Fi- LAND SITUATE IN
nal Judgment of fore- SANTA ROSA
closure dated may 8, COUNTY, FLORIDA,
0 2009, and entered in TO-WIT:
Case No.


ta- 572008CA001918XXXX PARCEL 12
Jo- XX of the Circuit Court
in and for Santa Rosa COMMENCE AT FOUR IN THE CIRCUIT
County, Florida, INCH SQUARE PLAIN COURT FOR SANTA
wherein WELLS CONCERT MONU- ROSA COUNTY,
FARGO BANK, NA- MENT AT THE NORTH- FLORIDA -
TIONAL ASSOCIATION WEST CORNER OF PROBATE DIVISION
ON BEHALF OF MOR- LOT 4, BLOCK A, File No.: 09-136 CP
GAN STANLEY ABS MARIMACK HILL, A Division:
CAPITAL I INC. TRUST SUBDIVISION OF A
2005-WMC6 MORT- PORTION OF SEC- IN RE: ESTATE OF v
G A G E TION 28, TOWNSHIP 2
PASS-THROUGH CER- SOUTH, RANGE 28 JAMES RICHARD EW-
TIFICATES, SERIES WEST, SANTA ROSA ING
2005-WMC6 is Plaintiff COUNTY, FLORIDA,
and BETTY R. ACCORDING TO A Deceased.
HEROLD; UNKNOWN PLAT RECORDED IN
IT TENANT NO. 1; UN- PLAT BOOK C, PAGE NOTICE TO CREDI-
TA KNOWN TENANT NO. 139, OF THE PUBLIC TORS
TY, 2; and ALL UNKNOWN RECORDS OF SAID
VI- PARTIES CLAIMING COUNTY; THENCE The administration of
INTERESTS BY, RUN NORTH 87 DE- the estate of James
0. THROUGH, UNDER GREES 45 MINUTES Richard Ewing, de-
K OR AGAINST A 07 SECONDS WEST ceased, whose date of
NAMED DEFENDANT ALONG THE WEST- death was March 17,
TO THIS ACTION OR EARLY EXTENSION OF 2009 is pending in the
1K, HAVING OR CLAIMING THE NORTH LINE OF Circuit Court for Santa
IA- TO HAVE ANY RIGHT, SAID SUBDIVISION, A Rosa County, Florida,
OF TITLE OR INTERESTING DISTANCE OF 154.47 Probate Division, the
EY THE PROPERTY FEET TO THE EAST address of which is
IC. HEREIN DESCRIBED, RIGHT-OF-WAY OF PRO. Box 472, Milton,
C6 are Defendants, I will OAK HILL ROAD FL '32572. The names
E sell to the highest and (RIGHT-OF-WAY VAR- and addresses of the
R- best bidder for cash at IES); THENCE RUN personal representative
ES at the North Front Door NORTH 02 'DEGREES and the personal
Sof the Santa Rbsa 14 MINUTES 26 SEC- representative's attor-
ONDS EAST ALONG ney are set forth below.
SAID RIGHT-OF-WAY,
A DISTANCE OF All creditors of the de-
570.00 FEET TO THE cedent and other per-
POINT OF BEGINN- sons having claims or
ING; THENCE CON- demands against
TINUE NORTH 02TDE- decedent's estate on
GREES 14 MINUTES whom a copy of this
26 SECONDS EAST notice is required to be
0 ALONG SAID served must file their
RIGHT-OF-WAY, A DIS- claims with this court
.TANCE OF 70.00 WITHIN THE LATER
FEET; THENCE DE- OF 3 MONTHS AFTER
PART SAID THE TIME OF THE
SR I RG H T T-O -WWA Y FIRST PUBLICATION
0 4 SOUTH 87 DEGREES OF THIS NOTICE OR
45 MINUTES 34 SEC- 30 DAYS AFTER THE
* ONDS EAST; A DIS- DATE OF SERVICE OF
STANCE OF 264.54 A COPY OF THIS NO-
FEET TO THE WEST- TICE ON THEM.
ERLY RIGHT-OF-WAY
OF THE SANTA ROSA All other creditors' of
S* HRITY' BRIDGE the decedent and other
6 AUTHORITY'S LIMITED persons having claims
A C C E S or demands against
RIGHT-OF-WAY FOR decedent's estate must
HE GARCON POINT file their claims with this
SOF RED FISH POINT court WITHIN 3
gH * BRIDGE; THENCE MONTHS AFTER THE
RUN SOUTHEAST- DATE OF THE FIRST
ERLY ALONG SAID PUBLICATION OF
S RIGHT-OF-WAY ON THIS NOTICE.
THE ARC OF A CURVE
S TOTE RIGHT, A DIS- ALL CLAIMS NOT
0 0 TANCE OF 63.89 FEET FILED WITHIN THE
TO A POINT OF TAN- TIME PERIODS SET
AGENCY (SAID CURVE FORTH IN SECTION
HAVING A RADIUS OF 733.702 OF THE FLOR-
1288.19 FEET, A CEN- IDA PROBATE CODE
TRAL ANGLE OF 02 WILL BE FOREVER
DEGREES 50 .MIN- BARRED.
UTES 30 SECONDS, A
CHORD OF 63.88 NOTWITHSTANDING
FEET, AND A CHORD THE TIME PERIODS
BEARING OF SOUTH SET FORTH ABOVE,
.18, DEGREES 46 MIN- ANY CLAIM FILED
s Provide UES 16 SECONDS TWO (2) YEARS OR
fs Providersi EAST); THENCE RUN MORE AFTER THE
SOUTH 17 DEGREES DECEDENT'S DATE OF
21 MINUTES 02 SEC- DEATH IS BARRED.
ONDS EAST ALONG
SAID RIGHT-OF-WAY, The date of first publi-
A DISTANCE OF 11.00 cation of this notipeVis
FEET; THENCE DE- June 10, 2009.
PART SAID WESTERLY
R I G HTO-F-WAY Attorney for Personal
NORTH 87 DEGREES Representative:
MINUTES 34 SEC- /s/JOHN G. ADMIRE
ONDS WEST, A DIS- John G. Admire
TANCE OF 291.14 Attorney for Doris Ew-
FEET TO THE POINT .ing
OF BEGINNING. Florida Bar No. 217026
Sullivan, Admire & Sul-
SANY PERSON CLAIM- livan PA.
ING AN INTEREST IN 2555 Ponce De Leon
THE SURPLUS FROM Blvd., Suite 320
THER THAN THE Telephone: (305)
PROPERTY OWNER 444-6121
AS OF THE DATE OF Fax' (305) 444-55086
THE LIS PENDENS,.
MUST FILE A CLAIM Personal Representa-
WITHIN 60 DAYS AF- tive :
TER THE SALE. /s/DORIS EWING
Doris Ewing
I you are a person with, 4637.Chumuckla High-
a disability who needs, w
any accommodation in Pwa FL 32571
ah a co n Pace, FL 32571
this proceeding, you 061009
4are entitled, at no cost 061709
to you, to the provision ctn stc
ofcrtaincoassistanchee.
Pease contact the
5C0rk of the Court's at Legal 6/734
850-623-0135, 6865
Caroline Street, Milton, Public SALE
FL 32570. If you are .
shearing or voice im- Storage Master
paired, call 4636 Woodbine Road
1-800-955-8771. Pace, FL.32571
850-994-7779
DATED at Milton, Flor-
ida, on May 11, 2009. MISCELLANEOUS
PERSONAL PROP-
MARY M. JOHNSON ERTY WILL BE SOLD
As Clerk, Circuit Court TO SATISFY RENT


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As Deputy Clerk
SMITH, HIATT & DIAZ,
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Attorneys for Plaintiff
PO BOX 11438
Fort Lauderdale, FL
33339-1438
Telephone: (954)
564-0071
060609
061009
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LIEN ON June 30, 2009
AT 11:00 AM. UNIT
WILL BE SHOWN JUST
PRIOR TO BIDDING.
WE RESERVE THE
RIGHT TO REFUSE
ANY BIDS. UNITS
LISTED AS FOLLOWS:
Unit: 407: Nathan
Singleton-chest drawer,
mattress, misc.
061009
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Healer/Cattle dog.
Well fed female with
drooping left ear.
572-2278
LOST
Twd dogs on Brucb Ln.
A. male, American Bull
dog mix (light brown)
& a light brown yellow
Lab mix. 983-3022
or 313-5202

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PETS & ANIM
2100 Peots
2110- Pets: Free to
Good Home
2120- Pet Supplies
2130 Farm Animals/
Supplies
2140- Pets/Livestock
Wanted
2150 -Pet Mbmorials


|2100
AKC Pedigree English
Mastiffs. Ready 6/10. 3
fawns and 3 brindles;.
Parents on site.
(850)384-3726.


2110
FREE TO GOOD
HOME..Leopard Cur. 7
month old female. Call
623-9001







MERCADISE
3100- Antiques
3110-Appliances
3120 Arts & Crafts
3130 -Auctions
3140 Baby Items
3150 Building Supplies
3160- Business
Equipment
3170 Collectibles
3180 Computers
3190 Electronics
3200 Firewood
3220 Furniture
3230 Garage/Yard Sales
3240 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 & Sea)


3130
ART EXHIBIT Con-
temporary Art Exhibit.
Some Items Discoun-
ted up to 80% Friday,
June 12th 6pm-9pm
Opening night raffle,
cocktails, hprs
d'oeurves Artworks
from Neiman, Tarkay,
Maimon, Max, Keely,
Nichita, Agam, William
Vincent Kirkpatrick, and
more. Remaining items
available
for sale through June
14th. Baterbys Art Auc-
tion Gallery 9101 Inter-
national Drive Pointe
Orlando, Fl. 32819
www.baterbys.com
(866) 537-1004
orlandofineart@baterby
s.com AB#2746
AU#3750


Quaker Parrot Baby
i you evef wanted one, '
Blue Indian Ringneck Baby
Senegal Parrot Baby

Wholesale Prices on
Sun Conure
Babies s225
Lovebirds
s2911 or 2/S50
Cockatiels'4911




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


Nursery

* BEST SALE YET*


Knockout & Tree Roses

25% OFF!

All Other Roses

50% OFF!

Group of3gcd Crepe Mylres 7

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Mon-Fri 8-5 Sat 8-4
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STORAGE
AUCTION
4964 Highway 90, Suite
A, Pace, FL 32571. Unit
109/111-Browning; Unit
166-Formosa; Unit
201-Lollie. June 24,
2009 (Wed.) at 9:00
a.m. sharp.



W3150
METAL ROOFING.
40yr Warranty-Buy di-
rect from manufacturer
30/colors in stock, w/all
accessories. Quick turn
around. Delivery availa-
ble. Gulf Coast Supply
& Mfg, (888)393-0335
www.GulfCoastSupply.
com



I03 3190

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



=3220:W
Leather Sofa/loveseat
New, still in box. Retail
$1899 only $699 Can
separate. 850 471-0330

All new Pillowtop Mat-
tress Queen/box spring
Fact. warr. $169 Can
deliver. 850-471-0330.

CHURCH FURNI-
TURE. Does your
church need pews, pul-
pit set, baptistery, stee-
ple, windows? Big Sale
on new cushioned
pews and cushions for
hard pews.
(800) 2 3 1 -8 3 6.0.
www.pewsl,.com

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

Mattress and Box Set,
Full Size Still sealed
from factory, new,
$135. 850255-3050



3230
MOVING SALE
Thurs., Fri. & Sat.
7am until ?
5530 Andromeda Dr.
in Star Hill
Furniture and'lots
of toys.

MULTI FAMILY
Sat. 6/13, 8am until ?
7493 Pine Lake Cir.
(off 87N) New and Gen-
tly used items for Him,
Her and Kids


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



3260
ONLINE PHARMACY
Buy Soma, Ultram,
Fioricet, Prozac,
Buspar $71.99/90
$107/180 Quantities,
PRICE INCLUDES
PRESCRIPTION Over
200 Meds $25Coupon
Mention Offer:#91A31.
(888)389-0461.
tri-drugstore.com



ATTEND COLLEGE
ONLINE from Home.
*Medical, *Business,
* P a r a I e g a I ,
*Computers, *Criminal
Justice. Job placement
assistance. Computer
available. Financial Aid
if qualified. Call
(86 6) 6858-21 21.,
www.CenturaOnline.
com.

AIRLINES ARE. HIR-
ING Train for high
paying Aviation Mainte-
nance Career. FAA ap-
proved program. Fi-
nancial aid if qualified -
Housing available.
CALL Aviation Institute
of Maintenance
(888)349-5387nac
BEST WELLNESS
COMPANY! Products
for Vitality for life,
Nature's medicine cabi-
net, Bath & Body, Ni-
cole Miller cosmetic's &
EcoSence cleaning
supplies. BUY from me
& get 40% discount
100% Guaranteed
money back! Environ-
mental SAFE! Call to-
day! 719-201-2926

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Towing, Tax Deducti-
ble, Non-Runners Ac-
cepted, (888)468-5964.

SANTA ROSA
GUN & KNIFE SHOW
June 20-21, 2009
9am until 5pm
Come and bring
the family!
Santa Rosa County
Auditorium
Old Bagdad Hwy.,
Milton, Florida
BUY
SELL
TRADE
Admission: Adult $5:00
12 years old and under- FREE.
For information,
call Billy Rogers @
(850) 957-4952
or (850) 261-8407 |
after 5pm






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Santa Rosa's Press Gazette 87


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une mm,......


OLD PHOTOGRAPH
From the '30's or
'40's
Name on back is
Vesta Harrison
Eddlaward.
Once lived in Milton
Call (850) 994-6651
or 607-5164'
Ask for Evelyn or
leave.message.
STRAIGHTWALL
BUILDING SALE UN-
PRECEDENTED LOW
PRICES...DEPOSITS
REDUCED. FLEXIBLE
DELIVERY. 25X30
$5680. 30X40 $8490.
35X50 $10,400. 40X60
$12,980. 50X100
$21,900. OTHERS IN
BUSINESS 25 YEARS
(800)720-6857.


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

y- .


I 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
Driver-BYNUM TRANS-
PORT- needs qualified
drivers for National
OTR positions. Food
grade tanker, sno
hazmat, no pumps,
great benefits, com-
petitive pay &
late-model equipment.
(866)GO-B,YNUM.
Need 2 years
experience.

OTR Drivers Join
PTL! Top Pay! Re-
quired 12 Months expe-
rience and CDL-A. Out
10-14 days. 'NO felony
or DUI past 5 Years.
(877)740-6262 Com-
.pany' www.ptl-inc.com
(888)417-1155 0/Os. .

Need CDL Drivers A or,
B with 2 yrs recent
Commercial experience
to transfer motor
' homes, straight trucks,.
tractors and buses.
(800)501-3783

$600 Weekly Poten-
tial$$$ Helping the gov-
ernment PT. No Expe-
rience. No Selling. Call:
(888)213-5225. Ad
, Code: M
Milton Company now
hiring for phone sales.
, Hourly rate plus com-
mission. Excellent op-
portunity. Non-smoking
environment. 698-5951
Sales
Help Wanted!
Could you use $500 to
$1000 extra income per
month? Please call
Sandy 1-800-859-1522







I|USINESS & FINANCIAL. |
5100 Business
Opportunities
5110 Money to Lend


5100
ALL CASH VENDING
Do you earn $800 in a
day? 25 Local .Ma-
chines and', Candy
$9,995. (8886)629-9968
B02000033 CALL US:
We will not be under-
sold!

NEVER -BEEN DONE
BEFORE! $28,000 IN
DAYS, NOT WEEKS!
NO SELLING! NO EX-
PLAINING! NO CON-
VINCING! PRIVATE
GIFTING TAX CODES
APPROVED BY IRS.
CALL (888)905-3444
.- -. ,


IBRM. ESTATE FOR RENT
6100 Business/
Commercial
6110 Apartments
6120 Beach Rentals
6130 Condofrownhouse
8140 House Rentals
6150 Roommate Wanted
6160 Rooms for Rent
6170 Mobile Home/Lot
6180 Out-of-Town Rentals
6190 Timeshare Rentals
6200 Vacation Rentals



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


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



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
Milton
Duplex-2/1. Refrigera-
tor, D.W., stove, W/D
hookups. 6461 Maddox
Rd., $550 month/$550 .
dep. 261-9131
NEW CARPET, VERY
CLEAN. 1 bedroom.
Non-smoking env. No
pets. $500 month, $250
dep. (incl. water &
garbage) 626-0366
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3 bed/1 1/2 bath on 1
3/4 AC. Hwy. 90, near
Ward Basin Road.
Lease/option possible.
$800 month. 623-6768
3 bedrooms, 1 bath.
Downtown, newly
remodeled.' Reduced
$595. month.
(650)776-2792

4Br 3Ba Foreclosurel
$11,5001 Only
$217/Mol 5% down 15
years @ 8% apr. Buy, 3
Br $199/Mol for listings
(800)366-9783 ext 5798
Milton Cute ole Florida
home. 3 br/1 ba, CH/A,
washer & dryer. Good
location. Bike trails.
Schools. $700 month.
$700 dep. 623-8365.
NEAR TANGLEWOOD
3/2 with large, fenced.
,yard. $850 month, $800
deposit. 781-729-7425
Pace
3578 Acy Lowery Rd.
5br/4.5 baths; 3,614 sf.
$1,995 mo. $1,995 dep.
478Z4607, Eric Gleaton
Realty, Inc.

Santa Rosa
Realty
623-0077
*3/1 Home Geri St.
S800:
*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


6150




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



2 bedrooms with front
kitchen. Total electric.
$350 month. Military,
Senior Citizens & HUD
Discount. East, Gate
'Mobile Home Ranch.
850-686-8973
6440 Butternut 2 BR/2
BA Newly remodeled.
CH/A, Non-smoking
environment, No Pets.
$450' Rent $350 Dep.
572-2477
14x80 3 bd/2ba 6529
Robie. Rd. $585 mth.
$350 dep. 623-5062 or
554-7830
2/1 with central 'heat &
air, private fenced yard.
Total electric. Screened
porch and 12X14
shed. $400 month,
$300 deposit. 995-6138
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
3/2-14x70 private fence
lot. New CH&A, New
fridge w/ice maker.
Quiet neighborhood.
$500 mo $400 dep.
995-6138 if no answer,
leave message.
3/2. Total electric.' Dish-
washer, etc. East Gate
Mobile Home Ranch
626-8973
Chumuckla
2/2.. $450 month, $250
deposit. 994-6212 or
994-8865
Clean 14x70 MH 2br,
2ba. $500mo + $300


dep. OR 2br, 1ba,
$400mo + $300 dep.
No pets. 675-6614.
EFFICIENCY APT.
Rent by the week.
$150. (utilities incl.)
THREE TRAILERS
Rent by the week.
Nice, clean & quiet.
No pets. 995-1717
Holt-3bd 2ba on pri-
vate lot $685 mo. Ref.
& deposit Call
499-7412 or 537-5828


74 -t.4M all -11,
| 6170 7100
Milton (Bruce Lane) Lake Guntersville
Includes water, gar- Alabama
bage and lawn service.
2/2 for $450 month. Homesites from
2/2 for $350/month $29,900
Call 698-4582 1-888-446-5253 x.5199
Milton www.gpi299.com
2/1 mobile home with Waterfront 3700 sf,
central heat and air. br/3ba Home on
$485 dep. and .ref.4br/3ba Home on
850-499-7412 and Wrights Basin, Ski
850-499-7412Heaven $425,000
North Milton 850-623-6768
2/2 Mobile Home on
private lot. 6549 Stanly TT b
Cir. Total Electric. $450
/rent, $250/dep. No
pets. Bay Crest Realty --- 0 D
994-7918 0 Down
Pace' For all land owners.
3976 Edgefield St. Your land or family
3/2 doublewide w/ fire- land. All Credit O.K.
place, 8X10 shed & 850-682-3344
washer/ dryer. $700 m/ Get your share of the
$600 dep. 396-5034 Government
Quiet Park-3/BR, 2/Bth ailu
$595 + dep. 2/BR, Bailout...
2/Bth $545 + Dep.,. Receive up to $8000 to
Non-smoking envn, no help buy your new
pets. Sewer & Garbage home... Call Clayton
ncld HUD OK ALSO Homes.of Crestview for
Lot Rentals 626-1552 details 850-683-0758
West Milton Milton
3/BR 2/BA on private RENT TO OWN. Nice,
lot. Total electric, no 2/1. -private lot, fenced,
pets.5133 Ridgeway storage building. $495
Blvd. $600/mth month, $400 sec. dep.
$300/dep. Bay Crest 994-0155
Realty
994-7918 New Govern-
ment Financing
Program!
On all 3 or 4 Bed-
rooms! Rates as low as
4.75%. No Credit or
SBad Credit OKI Call
Clayton Homes of Cre-
stview 850-683-0758
REAL ESTATE FOR SALE Pace
FSBO Investor Soe-
7100- Homes cial. 3/2 DW plus lot.
7105 Open Houses Needs repair. $25,000
7110 Beach Home/ cash. (850)902-0604
Property
7120- Commercial
7130 Condo/Townhouse
7140 Farms & Ranches -
7150 Lots and Acreage 7190
7160 Mobile Homes Catl Gog
7170 Waterfront Coastal Georgia
7180- Investment BANK ORDERED SALE
Property 1 + Acre Ocean Access
7190- Out-of-Town $29,900 (888)982-8952
Real Estate x 5192
7200 Timeshare http://www.oceanacces
s299.com/

7100 Lake Lot Deal Fell
Thru! 2.6 AC- $19,300
t J. FREE BOAT SLIPS!
(was $39,900) Se-
cluded wooded lot w/
deeded access to pri-
Svate stocked bass lake.
e s- Quiet rd frontage, utili-


602 Mooney
Rd. FWB
Kenwood
Beautiful brick 3 br, 2
ba, 2 cg. Close to
bases on quiet half
acre corner lot. Built
in 1994. Kitchen re-
cently updated with
stainless steel appli-
ances. Corner FP in
LR w/all brick hearth,
vaulted ceilings, fresh


lies, warramy aeeu. Fx-
cellent financing. Must
see, call now
.(888)792-5253, x3038

Dockable Lakefront
$69,9001 (was $99,900)
Wooded homesite w/
beautiful shoreline. In
gated community. Mins
from Interstate! Excel-
lent financing. Call now
(800)564-5092, ask for
x1511


paint, security sys- DEVELOPER SPECIAL
temn, updated elec- 3+ acres $54,400. (was
tronic irrigation, large $75,000). Wooded, pri-
screened porch un- vate, leady to build.
der roof, chain link Owner will finance. Call
back yard9perfect for now (866)352-2249
pets. $294,900. Call.,
850 226-6754 Pre- Grand Opening
Sale! 8 ACRES w/
S1 DEEP DOCKABLE
LAKEFRONT Only
*- $39,900 Sat & Sun 6/27
4Br 3Ba 1Half-Ba 3,634 & 28 SAVE $10,000*
sqft Single Fatnily Spectacular 8 acre
Home situated on 7 ac- hardwood setting w/
res in Thomas Co, GA. deep. dockable water-
Double Garage, Fence, front' Prime AL loca-
Deck, Screened Porch. -tion. Paved rds, county
$359,900. Norris water, utils all corn-
Bishop Realty pleted. Lowest financ-
(229)890-1186. ing in yrs! Gall now
(866)952-5302, ask for
x:1525 Price 'includes
FORECLOSED HOME discount
AUCTION FLORIDA
STATEWIDE Auction --
starts July 11. 600
Homes MUST BE
SOLD! REDC | Free
Brochure a
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.No. CQ1031187
:Bank Owned Prop- AUTOMOTIVE MARINE
erties Free Lists RECREATIONAL
Cellstate Gulfcoast 8100 Antque & Collectibles
Realty 850-472-2500 8110 Cars I
I- 8120 Sports Utility Vehicles
Destin 8130 Trucks
Destiny West, 8140 Vans
i A" 8150U- Commercial
By Owner 8160 Motorcycles
Close to the beach, 8170 Auto Paris
Beautiful 2 story I & Accessories
stucco, 'tile roof, 4 bd, 8210 Boats
tco, Para bs 8220 Personal Watercraft
2.5 bth on Paradise 8230- SaIlhoats
Isle. 3255 sqft, neigh- 8240 Boat & Marine
borhood pool, tennis, Supplies
Built in ?005. $820,000. 8245- Boat Slips &,Docks
Call 83-3287 for show- 8310 Alicralt/Aviation
ing. Agents welcome. 8320 ATV/Off Road Vehicles
FloralaAlabama 8330 Campers & Trailers
Nice house furnished 8340 Motorhomes
on 44 acres of beautiful
land. Shop, sheds and
some equipment. 1
$279,000. si1o
850-994-9985 or 2005 Toyota Camry LE
850-776-1939 87K miles, 1 owner,
Must See! Lots of Ex-
For Sale, Lease tras. Located in Pace
Option or Rent (850)554-7940. :
6439 Appaloosa Ave. Buy Police Impounds!!
Remodeled 3/2 1216 sf 99 Honda Accord
$96,500 ($8,000 tax $500! 99 Honda Civic
credit) (850) 393-3084 $800! for listings call
(800)366-9813 ext 9271
*CASH PAID
for junk cars
0I M1 or trucks.
Running or not.
$88,900 Commercial Call: 983-9527
Bldg. for Sell.ess than or 723-5048
1 mile from new
Walmart 30x50 steel 013
on Hwy. 87 1997 Ford F150 4.6 V8
1/2 of bldg is 133,000 mi, new Good-
year tires, PS,-air, auto,
air COnditioneda PB, lariet Good condi-
tion. Limited slip rear
$88,900 Commercial end. Just tuned up.
.fh...;.... 1..11 $5,000. (850) 623-8920


IlO Dusi]ness or se1 i
Over 200'frontage on
Hwy 90 in Milton area
Business can be
assumed or,
displays moved
Land is cleared and
ready for any business,

Both locations are a
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We Sell at Our Cost Plus a 10% Surcharge Added at the Register


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Family Pack
Boneless
Ribeye Steaks
499
Ib


Carolina Pride
Hot Dogs

792oz


Sunset Farm
Italian
Sausage

220
16 oz


Fresh Express
Cole Slaw


Carolina Pride
Box Smoked
Sausage
Reg or Hot
203
28 oz


Sea Best IQF
Tilapia
Filets

1315 bbag


Blue Bunny
Ice Cream
Squares
206
56 oz


Carolina Pride
Sliced
Smoked
Bacon
166
I12 ioz

Florida Vine
Ripe Crisp
Grape
Tomatoes

33pint


Golden Flake
Potato Chips
259
Ab10.5-11 oz


Whole
Boston Butt
Pork Roast


Van Camp
Baked
Beans

927 oz


Grocery
Outlet
SALE PRICES GOOD THRU JUNE 16, 2009
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Sweet 'N Low
Bonus Pack

1i 120 ct


Cost includes freight, fee, and any associated expenses.


4025 HWY 90*
850-995-8778
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Tyson
Tray Pack
Fresh Chicken
Tenders

74lb
IlIb


Tray Pack
Smoked
Pork Chops
292lb


Oncor Breaded
Chicken
Nibblers
or Patties
20
10 0z


Sunset Farm
Smoked Baby
Link Sausage
2 18
12 0z


Sweet Crisp
Green Giant
Baby Carrots
964'
961 lbpk


Royal Oak
Charcoal
363
9 Ib


Carolina Pride
Reg or Thick
Sliced Bologna


US #1 Sweet
Vidalia Yellow
Onions
57bag
5 Ib bag


Nunn-Better
Mini Chunk
Dog Food
607
16 lb


Maxwell
House Coffee
589
34.5 01


Bama Grape
Jelly or Jam
13
~32 oz


Jiffy Corn
Muffin Mix

.3<
^^8oz


Dale's Steak
Seasoning
192
16 oz


Guzzler
Fruit
Drinks

1 20 oz


Armour
Vienna
Sausage

42'5oz


Vista
8-pack
Crackers
46
10-11 oz


Lucky Leaf
Apple Juice
184
64 oz


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