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Protecting Florida's Health Act begins July 1

Special to the Press Gazette
The 2009 Florida Legislature
passed "Protecting Florida's
Health Act," which levies a sur-
charge on both cigarettes and
tobacco products, excluding ci-
The surcharge on both ciga-
rettes and tobacco products will
be administered, collected and
enforced by the Department

of Business and Professional
Regulation's Division of Alco-
holic Beverages and Tobacco. In
preparation for the July 1, 2009
effective date, ABT launched a
new web page to help educate
cigarette manufacturers, distrib-
utors, wholesalers, retailers and
the public. The new Web page
abt/surcharge/) provides helpful.
information about the new legis-

lation including frequently asked tobacco products will be admininis-
questions, payment options, tered, collected, and enforced in
required documents and much the same manner as the excise
more. taxes on these products.
The new surcharge on ciga- The mission of ABT is to keep
rettes is at the rate of one dol- alcohol and tobacco out of the
lar per standard pack of 20 ciga- hands of underage persons, to
rettes, or five cents per cigarette. ensure that licensed establish-
The surcharge on other tobacco ments are in compliance with
products is 60 percent of .the the laws and rules regulating the
wholesale sales price. The sur- industry in Florida, and to collect
charge on. both cigarettes and taxes and fees related to these

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antaRosa Me 1ii Cnter invests in stroke patient survival an!, habilita
BIE( RAIN i V1 troke i often arac-
ocrain@srpressgazette.com t .ed s a "brain attack."
Having the mobile facilities
Time and tide wait for no available that connect the neu-
mano. oasrologist to a face-to-face accom-
And when it comes tosaving m odation is next to having the
the life of a stroke victim, time p, doctor and patient n the same

i a s f t i a t r a a e o o p t r "t ed g t l o s r ai n c m r sed king.edoct rand patente in t her sam e
tis king. m room although they may be
Twvo of the most important el- scores of miles apart.
events, by far, associated with Although the teleneurology
saving the life, and the rehabili- program has only been up and
station of, an acute stroke .victim running for less than a month,
are the time it takes to secure it has already been used at San-
medical evaluation and care for ta Rosa Medical Center three
the.patient, and the availability s times, according to Program
of skilled, professional special- ilanager Price.
ists to oversee and monitor the ppSanta Rosa is to be highly
stroke victim's condition, ac- A .g commended for adding this
cordihg to Santa Rosa Medical (practice) to its offerings," Ms.
Center Emergency Departiment Price said "It is not a manda-
Director Sarah Cook, RN, BSN. tory thing, but adding it is sini-
Savingtime through prompt ply doing the right thing for the
intervention of a neurologist people (in the area) it serves.
on scene or through a Prima- It's something (Santa Rosa
ry Stroke Center equipped to bykMedical Center, didn't have to
monitor such a patient through do. but chose to do. It a huge'
specialized stroke technology a deal, and it's going to help a lot
within the first three-hour win-e of people."
dow of possible survival and "While heart attacks are still
rehabilitation is of the highest the number one killer, stroke
importance. It is a feature that (or brain attack) is the number
the Santa Rosa IMedical Cen- one debilitator," she said.
ter in Milton has decided not to "This is an exciting partner-
takte lightly ship that we were able to work
Although not a R"osal hospi- OBIE CRAINe I ctmu Ris e pd Prcfo' Gazttte out with Sacred Heart Hospital
tal, per se, tSanta Rosa Medical o I to bring a needed resource to
Center does nothave a stroke Sarah Cook, RN, BSN, Santa Rosa Medical Center's Emer- Santa Rosa residents," accord-
specialist on its staff, and be- gency Services Department Director, explains the features ing to Ms. Brewer, Santa Rosa
cause of this factor, has made of the "computer," the digital observation camera used at Medical Center interim CEO.
thenext most crucial decision Santa Rosa Medical Center (a spoke hospital) to link' up with "There's been a lot of focus on
regardingthemedre patialcareand Sacred Heart Hospital's Primary Stroke Center in Pensacola. stroke care, and the fact that
welfare of stroke patients.mnits It's in the Santa Rosa emergency department and is used to. we have to respond in time. The
The t hospital inMilton,which assist the hub hospital's stroke neurologist in his examination te saed i eating a stroke
does not specialize in stroke of a stroke patient. is a brain saved.or t e
treatment, has teamed up with
Sacred Heart'Hospital in Pen- to as "telestroke" whereby tele- non-medically oriented to ex- resources of' specialization that
sacola which has established medicine practices allow for plore a stroke more thoroughly. Rosa, we can't offer that to our
its own Primary Stroke Center a specialist to consult directly Knowing what a stroke is will community. But through a very
with a stroke center program with the patient through elec- help those who don't already creative partnership a vd work-
equipped with both equipment tronic patient monitoring. know, how to appreciate manag- ing together, we have been able
and personnel to timely and ad- A high resolution, digital mg its treatment. to make this available. We are
equately make an assessment camera equipped with a moni- Perhaps one of the most to extis able. We a re
and perform emergency stroke tor, microphone, both-ways precise, concise, and clinically Rosa will receive the benefit ofS
treatment through electronic speaking devices, and a server understandable definitions that R
means. for data storage comprise the this writer has ever observed it.))a w
Sqcred Heart's Primary physical, technical core of the was offered by Santa Rosa Ms. Brewer was lavishwith
Stroke Center, manned by neu- procedure. Of course the equip- Medical Center's interim CEO her praise for Dr. Baroco and
rologists Dr. Terry Neil and Dr. ment must be located at both Rebecca Brewer, who described Dr. Neil for offering their ex-
Paul Baroco, was activated in the "hub" and the outlying it in laymen's terms. pertise to this facility They
'2005 and serves as a "hub" from medical facility, wbich is called "A stroke is comparable to a have just been wonderful," she
which outlying hospitals and a "spoke." heart attack," she explained. "A said.
medical centers within its pro- With this program in motion, heart attack happens when all Sauta Rosa's Emergency
gram area are served through individual access to emergency of a sudden you have an occlu- Services Department Director,
electronic means. Once a stroke stroke care is available to all, re- sion and blood can't flow to the Sarah Cook, was very helpful in
patient has reached the Santa gardless of geographic location heart muscle, and the muscle explaining in a hands on fashion
Rosa Medical Center emer- or medical facility resources. can die." She went on to liken just.how the system works and
agency room, a procedure is ini- Shanda Price, MSN, Sacred that situation to a brain. the "computer" which makes
tiated whereby the Stroke Team Heart's Stroke Center Program "'If for some reason there's the link possible. She explained
at the Primary Stroke Center at Manager, characterizes the been a clot or a severance of that the network link did require
Sacred Heart begins its remote equipment as "incredible." She a vessel so that blood is not a substantial investment by the
evaluation using a digital obser- says the computer is equipped flowing through, it's like the hospital in both equipment and
vation camera. with a camera so highly techni- heart attack. The muscle dies. technical support. "But it was
Equipment located at Santa cal and sensitive that the neu- The muscle in this instance, of worth it," she said.
Rosa's emergency department, rologist can position it so as to course, is the brain, as is the All of Santa Rosa Medical
compatible with physical re- see the entire patient or focus heart in case of a heart attack. Center emergency personnel,
sources at the stroke center on any individual part of the In both instances the 'muscles' and there are more than two
program headquarters, makes patient's body. She says its so die. And those are two critical dozen, are familiar with the sys-
it possible for the neurologists accurate that the doctor can see organs that have to be work- tem, she said. Completion of the
to. begin their observation al- the color of the patient's eyes, ing to be compatible with life or link up is the result of some two
though they are miles away. The close-up. quality of life." years of research and study in
procedure is commonlyreferred It might be helpful for the That's why in contemporary the making.

The Department of Business
and Professional Regulation's
mission is to license efficiently
and regulate fairly. The ,depart-
ment licenses more than one mil-
lion businesses and professionals
ranging from real estate agents,
veterinarians, and accountants to
contractors and cosmetologists.
For more information, please
visit MyFloridaLicense.conim.

Operation nets 77

ybercrime arrests

Special to the Press Gazette

Attorney General Bill McCol-
lum today joined Governor Charlie
Crist, Florida Department of Law
Enforcement (FDLE) Commis-
sioner Gerald Bailey, and John
Walsh, host of America's Most
Wanted, to announce the results
of a 10-week statewide cybercrime
The operation, dubbed "Op-
eration Orange Tree" was a coop-
erative effort by 23 local, state and
federal law enforcement agencies
working together to target some
of the state's worst cybercrime of-
fenders. The Attorney General's
CyberCrime Unit was among the
operation's leading participants.
"Florida has a significant cyber-
ciime problem, but ever' time we
work together with our local, state
and federal partners;, we mag-
nify our resources," said Attorney
General McCollum. "I would love
to, see more state partnerships
like this operation develop so our
children'are better protected from
this horrific crime."
"Nothing is more important
than keeping Florida's children
safe from cybercrime predators,

Community invited

to Juneteenth

Special to the Press Gazette
Continuing its tradition of fos-
tering culture and diversity within
the community, the University of
West Florida Black Employees
Association will celebrate "June-
teenth" June 26 from 11:30 a.m.
to 1 p.m. at the UWF Main Cam-
pus on the green between Build-
ings 12 and 18. Highlights of the
celebration will include music,
entertainment and free food. Ad-

Change made to

Florida Safety belt law
Major Eddie Johnson com-
mander of the Florida Highway
Patrol's 'r-oop A that covers 10 pan-
handle counties today highlighted
the new provision to Florida's pri-
mary safety belt enforcement law
that takes effect June 30,2009. FHP
is initiating a statewide safety belt
campaign called Click Florida! This
month to educate motorists about
Florida's safety belt laws, why it
is important to buckle up, and the
Dori Slosberg and Katie Marchetti
Safety Belt Law.
"Florida has more than 15 mil-
lion licensed drivers, plus millions
of visitors every year," said Major

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Speak Out

Sunday, 5:43 p.m.
Hey this is Barbara. Re-
cently me and my husband
just got back from vacation.
We took our grandchildren
on this trip and we stayed
at many different kinds of
hotels and motels in many
cities across the USA. On
the last day as we were re-
turning home my grandson
said, "Grandma did you
notice there was a bible
in every room we stayed
at and look at how many
there.are in the U.S. alone.
Then my other grandson
said and we can't pray at

school like we use to in
Santa Rosa County.

Sunday, 4:58 p.m.
Hello this is Marion. I
am calling in response to
the letter written by Jerry
Garrard. It is. the most
sensible thing I have seen
written since the gradua-
tions and has hit the nail
on the head. I agree with
him 100 percent. Thank

Friday, 8:34 p.m.
Hello this is Kyle and I

am a member of the Pace
High Band. I am calling
about a recent comment I
saw about the band. I just
wanted to tell them if they
understood how muchtime
and effort it took to put on
and perfect one halftime
show for competition they
might not be so ignorant
about what the Pace crowd
likes. So if you would like
to learn more you should
do a little research.

Friday, 7:59 p.m.
Yeah, I am Jack from
Milton. I had saw in our

paper the possibility the
ACLJ might would have
represented our school of-
ficials and staff against the
ACLU lawsuit. But the ad-
ministration chose not to
do this. I was wondering if
this was true. I would like
to hear an answer to this.
Thank you so much.

Friday, 5:21 p.m.
Hello my name is Kelly.
After the tragic accident
on 1-10 last week, I wanted
to say how disgusted I was
at our Public Information
Officer for Emergency

Management. She makes
in the top 10 percentile
and the employees who
save lives make nothing
compared to her. Shame
on you county commis-
sioners, same on you. Get
somebody who is friendly
with the media and not
cold like she is. Wise up
and use our money where
we need it with people who
save lives.

Friday, 9:48 a.m.
My name is Larry. I
see where Commissioner
Don Salter and Sheriff

Wendell Hall are propos-
ing an MSTU for the unin-
corporated areas of Santa
Rosa County for Sheriff's
Services. I was the coordi-
nator for this for 12 years
and I wonder how you can
tax people an additional
$50 for something people
are paying taxes for. And
why are just the unincor-
porated areas paying. This
is very interesting at how
this is working.
If you have a short
comment you would like
to make, call the Speak
Out line at 623-5887.

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Paul A. Renbarger, age
92, went peacefully in his
sleep to be with his beloved
wife, Hilda in Heaven on
Thursday, June 11, 2009.
Paul was born May 15,
1917 in Kalamazoo, MI.
Paul proudly served.in the
U.S. Navy and retired as a
Chief Petty Officer in 1959
at Whiting Field. He, then
worked for Air Products in
Pace until 1981. Paul and
Hilda were active mem-
bers of the first Catholic
Church, St. Anne's in Bag-
dad.. They helped to build
the first St. Rose of Lima
Church in Milton. Paul's
church was and always
has been a major part of
his life. He served as an
Ecumenical Minister and
was a Charter Member
and a 4th Degree. Knight
at St. Rose of Lima. Paul
was active in the Milton
Little League and coached

District 1: Jim Williamson,; 435.1 Berryhill Road,
Pace, FL 32571; phone 932-1340. E-mail is comm-.
willia nniTiii';'smT ,iosa II gov
District 2: Bob Cole, 8651 Riverstone Road,
Milton, FL 32583; phone 983-1877. E-mail is comm-
cole@santarosa.fl.gov. ;
District 3: Don Salter, 6000 Chumuckla Highway,
Pace, FL 32571; phone 994-6426. E-mail is comm-
District 4: Gordon Goodin;'6467 Avenida De
Galves, Navarre, FL 32566' phone 939-4949 E-mail is
comm-gobdin@santarosa.fl.g6v. ,
District 5:Lane Lynchard, 6495 Caroline St., Suite
M, Milton, FL 32570, phone 932.1340. E-mail is cumm-
The Santa Rosa County Commission meets at 9 o: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.

his son, Tony's baseball'
team. He bought the family
a boat and made sure that
everyone learned to water
ski. He rode horses with
Linda, hunted and fished
,with Tony. He loved to
garden and grew wonder-
ful organic vegetables and
had a compost pile before
it was fashionable. He en-
joyed collecting coins and
stamps and always gave
his grandchildren a silver
dollar at Christmas. He put
in a pool so the grandchil-
dren could learn to swim.
He contributed to their col-
lege: educations. He was
a Very loving family man,
well respected in his work,
community and church.
As Tony and Linda will tell
you, he was their "Rock of
Gibraltar." His nicknames
were Renny, Popa, and
Rock, depending on who
you asked: He was faith-

fully married for 56 years
to the love of his life, Hilda.
He met her in London,
England during World War
II, and brought her back
after, the war ended. They
loved Milton and chose it to
be their home. For the past
three years, Popa lived in
Pensacola with Tony and
his wife, Annette; who de-
votedly cared for him.
He was preceded in
death by his parents-Al-
bert and Muriel Renbarger
and his brother-John.
Paul is survived by his
sister-Mary Clark, of
Ostewgo, MI; daughter-.
Linda Quinlan (Jerry Hol-
linghead); son, Tony (An-
nette) Renbarger; grand-
children--Robin Quinlan
(Jay) .Sharpe, Shane
(Colella) Quinlan, Jamie
(Tillis) Jones; great-grand-
children-Liliana Quinlan,
Brody Sharpe; and many

Monroe St., Tallahassee, FL 32199; 488-4441 E-mail

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.
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, fdx 202-224-8022.
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 202-456-1414.

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 SCHOOL BOARD
100, Crestview, FL 32536, 850-689-0556. SCHOOL BOARD
Gov. Charlie Crist: PL05 The Capitol, 400 S. District 1: Diane Scott, 5710 Munson Highway,

nieces and nephews in
Michigan, Massachusetts
and Connecticut.
Visitation will be at 10:00
a.m., Wednesday, June 17,
2009 at St. Rose of Lima
Catholic Church. Funeral
Mass will follow conduct-
ed by Monsignor Michael
Reed. Burial will be in Se-
renity Gardens with Lewis
Funeral Home directing.
In lieu of flowers, the
family would love dona-
tions to be sent to the
Building Fund of St. Rose
of Lima Catholic Church.
6451 Park Avenue, Milton,
FL 32570.
Friends may send con-
dolences and share fond
memories with the fam-
ily at www.lewisfuneral-
Let the family know you
care. Sign the guest book
under news/obituaries at

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

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

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Santa Rosa's Press Gazette I A3

Sacred Heart hosts

seniors and depression

seminar in Pensacola

Special to the Press Gazette
Sacred Heart Hospi-
tal's SENIORSpirit! pro-
gram will present a free
seminar on seniors and
depression on Wednes-
day, June 17 from 9:30
a.m. to 10:30 a.m. in the
Dudley Greenhut Audito-
rium on Sacred Heart's
main campus.
The seminar will be
presented by Dr. Michelle
Brandhorst, board-cer-
tified family medicine
physician with Sacred
Heart Medical, Group.
The. seminar will cover
the signs and symptoms
depression as well as
coping strategies and
medical treatments.
Symptoms of depres-
sion can begin at any age
and for no apparent rea-
son. For many seniors,
however, the symptoms
of depression often go
unrecognized. Some may
attribute their feelings to

"old age," while others
may not realize that new
medications can cause
emotional changes.
As seating is limited,
pre-registration is en-
couraged. To register,
please call' (850) 416-1620
or 1-877-416-1620.
Sacred Heart SE-
NIORSpirit! is a free pro-
gram for persons 55 and
older. Benefits include
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the public.
"This is the 10th year
Juneteenth has been cel-
ebrated at UWF," said Ale-
sia Ross, Black Employees
Association. "It is centered
around family, educational
achievements and unity. Ju-
neteenth is designed to pro-
mote culture, diversity and
unity, not only on campus,
but also in the surrounding
The oldest known cel-
ebration of the ending of
slavery, Juneteenth festivi-
ties first originated in 1865
in Galveston, Texas, when
Union soldiers led by Maj.
General Gordon Granger
landed and announced that
the Civil War .had ended
and all slaves were free.

Although there is some dis-
crepancy about why the an-
nouncement came two and
a half years after President
Lincoln's Emancipation
Proclamation, June 19,1865,
continues to mark a day of
freedom and jubilation for
people of all races,' nation-
alities and religions. Early
Juneteenth celebrations
included such activities as
rodeos, fishing, barbecuing
and baseball games. Prayer
services and speeches by
elders who recounted past
events were major parts
of these celebrations. Food
was also a central theme of
true Juneteenth commem-
Modern day Juneteenth
celebrations honor African-
American freedom through

a range of activities de-
signed to generate aware-
ness of African-American.
history and culture by
encouraging self-develop-
ment, achievement and
education. Typical celebra-
tions include an abundance
of food, entertainment and
African-American music.
The primary focus of any
celebration is to acknowl-
edge an important period
in history that continues to
influence and shape our so-
ciety today.
"Juneteenth is a chance
to celebrate the past as we
look forward to the future,"
said Ross.
For more information,.
contact Ross at (850) 474-
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Johnson. "Law enforcement
officers and emergency
workers have witnessed
first-hand the severe injury
and death that can result
from lack of safety belt use.
Crashes can happen any-
time, but by wearing your
safety belt, you can limit

your chances of becoming a
traffic-related statistic. The
Florida Highway Patrol en-
courages everyone to buckle
up! It could save your life."
The National Highway
Traffic Safety Administra-
tion estimates that Florida's
primary safety belt law will

prevent more than 1,700 se-
rious automobile crash inju-
ries every year.
On June 30, 2009, the
Florida Highway Patrol will
partner with the Slosberg
Foundation at an event in
south Florida to announce
.the kick-off of the Dori Slos:

berg and Katie Marchetti
Safety Belt Law.
Fjorida Highway Patrol
and Driver License offices
around the state will display
posters about the important
changes to the safety belt
law. Troopers also will dis-
* seminate brochures during

traffic stops, crash investi-
gations, and safety events to
educate motorists.
The Florida Department
of Highway Safety and Motor
Vehicles provides highway
safety and security through
excellence in service, edu-
cation and enforcement.

The Department is leading
the way to a safer Florida
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and I applaud all of the law
enforcement officers in-
volved in Operation Orange
Tree," Governor Crist said.
"As a state, we must remain
diligent in continuing the
battle to stop sex offenders
before they can prey on our
During the operation,
77 men were arrested, in-
cluding four registered sex
offenders; charges range
from possession and distri-
bution of child pornography
to sexual battery. Seventeen
of the individuals arrested
possessed a highly explicit
video /tutorial, which in-
structs users on methods
to molest children ranging
in age from infant to adoles-
cent, and tips for avoiding
Five victims were res-
cued, including one teen-
ager who disclosed to inves-
tigators that she had been
abused on a regular basis
for the past 10 years.
"Although the Internet is
the information super high-
way and an incredible tool,
it is also the private hunting
ground for the lowest of the
low -child sexual predators.
'Operation Orange Tree' sets
the bar for law enforcement
cooperation with Attorney
General Bill McCollum's cy-
bercrime unit. As a Florid-
iari I'm proud of the work of
all the agencies involved --it
sets a great example for the
other 49 states," said John
"The unit, first started
by Governor Charlie Crist
when he was Attorney Gen-
eral, was one of the first in
the nation and probably
the most proactive. Attor-
ney General McCollum has
greatly expanded the unit
and used new technology
to hunt the exploiters of our
"Florida is enhancing
and fine-tuning the way we
go.about investigating these
cyber predators," Commis-
sioner Bailey 'said. "This
should send a loud and clear
message that our tactics and
technologies will be' aggres-
sive and will always, catch
up with those who trade im-
ages of children being sexu-
ally violated."
The CyberCrime Unit
was established in 2005 as
a six-person unit based in
Jacksonville. Since 2007,
the unit has grown to 30
members and has five of-
fices throughout the state,
including a task force struc-
ture in Tampa with a total
of 12 partnering agencies.
The unit is a member of the
North, Central and South In-
ternet Crimes Against Chil-
dren (ICAC) Task Forces
as well as a member of the
FBI's Innocent Images Task
Force. The unit is directly
responsible for over 140 ar-
rests since its inception, in-
cluding 17 individuals who
traveled to meet someone
they thought was a child,
intending to have a sexual
encounter with that child.
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and preliminary charges are
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It's time to

work together

The Whiting Field Aviation Park green
light is news of which many have anxiously
awaited. Others, for some reason, just
don't like the idea. Basically, this deal
... the first of its kind in the nation ...
allows Santa Rosa to create an Aviation
Industrial Park on county-owned land
adjacent to NAS Whiting Field. Businesses
located there would serve aviation repair
and.maintenance services and would be
allowed to use.Whiting Field's 5,000-foot
Such a park could mean lots of new
jobs for the area and, by the nature of
these jobs, almost all would carry above-
average pay. Despite the months of hard
work put into this (don't think getting
defense personnel to agree to the concept
was easy), if Santa Rosa "really" wants to.
make this park work, something else must
happen: we must all work together.
This program is like no other in the
United States. We are not just talking
about the first in Florida or the first in
the southeast, but the first in the nation,
approved by the Department of Defense.
There is no blueprint for the success
of this program, but a lot of ideas and
input from businesses, aerospace, and the
military itself will help to make it work.
We NOW have something to nurture;
something to develop; something to make
the county a little more "recession proof"
in years to come.
With the number of retired military
minds who have made Santa Rosa County
their home and with the large number
of retired aviators, this could be a prime
It also can offer us an edge when we
look at the aerospace market Santa Rosa
hoping to tap.
The iron is hot and Santa Rosa County's
economic development group has put a
great deal of work into place. Now it's time
we stand shoulder-to-shoulder and help
close the deal.
Our county commissioners are
looking to help the future of this project
by ensuring they can be more involved
in greeting and talking to prospective
businesses as they are appointing
members to TEAM Santa Rosa thus
eliminating questions of Sunshine Law
Now we must take the next step and be
ready to make Santa Rosa competitive. We
must capitalize on the opportunity offered
us by the Department of Defense.
The first step may be to determine
why some are not in favor of the project,
address their concerns so the area can
move forward.
We will never have everyone happy all of
the time, but there will come a time when
we may just need to agree to disagree.
If we all participate and work in
this process everyone will feel a bit of
The bottom line here: for Santa Rosa
County, Christmas came early. Now it's
up to everyone to pitch it and make this
opportunity grow.
We need to unwrap the present and take
care of it instead of breaking the gift while
we argue over to whom it belongs.

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Letters to the Editor

What was I thinking'

I can hear the Coun-
try song: "What was I
thinking? "
Any person who is con-
sidered mentally normal
and chooses to chance can-
cer in his/her body with a
legal drug should be held
personally liable and ac-
countable for what hap-
Are individuals so igno-
rant that they believe any-
thing a snakeoil salesman
(tobacco co.) tells them?
Irresponsible people
do irresponsible things.
Smoking and drinking are
the two most common.
Knowing the hazards of
both is reason enough to
leave both alone!
Don't waste my time
telling me "I have a right!"
Sure you do. And you
should be held personally
accountable and respon-
sible for the results of exer-
cising your "right"!
Look at the big, blaring
commercials of the ambu-

lance chasers
years They try
gullible people
can sue and gE
However, they
tion that theyN
bucks also.
On the sai
page was a col
of my favorite'
ter Williams, w
was appropri.
"Dumbest gen
ting dumber."
This whole
out the disgu
sponsible attitu
part of our soci
Good moral
sible behavior
family values,
son, and comm
all were tosse
the sick Sixties
the "throw God
Yes, even
should have t
sense to reject
as frivolous, a
ter up the dock

oopss! law-
to convince
e that thev

Striking a nerve

et big bucks. The Our View on June 6,
Don't men- titled What are the courts
will reap big reallythinking, really strike
a nerve with me.
me editorial I believe the courts were
lumn by one right in finding the tobacco
writers, Wal- industry liable for the death
hose column of an addict smoker. That is
ately titled: right tobacco is a drug and
Leration get- I am speaking from experi-
ence the effects of over 35
issue points years of smoking are still
stingly irre- visible even after quitting,
ide ofngly large on Dec. 25, 2007.
idetyof large It took a life changing
S rety n experience for me to quit
als, respon- (heart attack). But being a
traditional former addict I still crave
ethics, rea- a smoke and the constant
on sense..... reminders at the front and
:d out when center of every store and
s ushered in the smoke remind me of
I out!" era. the battle within myself
the judges that is fought everyday.
he common So do not tell me that one
t such cases can quit on a whim. That ar-
ind not clut- gument holds no water but
cet! is a big smoke screen by
the industry downplaying
BILL BLEDSOE their role as contributors
Milton to the deaths every year

related to tobacco.
Their deceptions and
lies over the years are
well documented. As well
as their efforts to recruit
new younger addicts by
introducing tobacco candy
such as R.J. Reynolds Orbs
dissolvable tobacco candy.
So spare me the rhetoric
about frivolous lawsuits.
If two people rob a store
and one of them kills an
innocent they both are
charged.with murder. The
tobacco industry over the
years has deceived and lied
to the public and the courts
are just now starting to
hold them accountable.
This situation reminds
me of a senator that spent
his whole life fighting civil
rights and after his death it
was discovered that he had
a bi-racial child.
I firmly believe that hyp-
ocrites like these pay in the
end by having a date with
the devil.


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Stephanie Leavins
will be in concert at
Harold Assembly of
God Church, located
at 10485 Goodrange
Dr., in Harold. Pastor
Walt Long would like

Food Give-Away
Shepherd's House Min-
istries Inc. will host the
"Good Samaritan" Food
Pantry distribution on Fri-
day, June 19. Sign up time
is 7 a.m. same day. Distri-
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and cut-off time will be at
12 noon: For more informa-
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VBS at Blackwater
Baptist C(hurch
Vacation Bible School of'
Blackwater Baptist Church
begins Monday, June 22
through Friday, June 26,
5:30 to 8 p.m. The adult
class will begin at 6:30 p.m.
with singing and preach-
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pre-register and get more
information, please call
957-4044 or email bwbc@
erec.net. The church is
located at 11589 Munson

to extend a warm and
friendly welcome to ev-
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Father's Day Service.
For more information
call 981-1030 or 626-

Highway, or about 1/4 mile
south of Hwy. 4 in Munson.
Make plans to come out
and enjoy the fun!

Hounds in the Park
The Hallelujah Hounds
will host a free family event
with great music at Car-
penter's Park on Saturday,
June 20 starting at 6 p.m.
There will be lots of fun,
free cotton candy, popcorn
and snow-cones. The Hal-
lelujah hounds are a life-
size puppet dog band that
perform oldies-style Chris-
tian music with a lot of
audience participation. All
ages are welcome! These
events are not just for kids,;
the adults have a great
time as well. For more in-
formation and directions to
the park, go to www.halle-
luujahhounds.com or if you
have any questions call

Immanuel to host the

Master's Men Quartet

Written by Gladden
Special to the Press Gazette
The Master's Men
Quartet will be in wor- -
ship concert at Immanu-r 1 1 I r
el Baptist Church in Pace
on Sunday evening, June
21, at 6:00 p.m.
The Master's Men are .
well known in the south-
eastern states for their
concerts of energetic
gospel music. Founded
in 1995 as the "Men of
Woodbine," the Master's
Men have become a mu-
sic ministry that the Lord
continues to bless. Since
their beginning, they
have performed over
seven hundred concerts,
and they have released
five gospel music record-
ing projects: "Glory to
His Name", "I'm Free
Again", "Waiting for His national talent contests, our common bond is our Hear the Master's
Return", "Farmer's Opry achieving first place fin- Savior Jesus Christ. Men Quartet on Sunday,
House Favorites", and ishes in both the Suwan- When you hear the Mas- June 21, 6:00 p.m., at Im-
"Nothing But The Old- nee River Jubilee and ter's Men, you don't just manuel Baptist Church in
ies." They sing a wide Gold City Homecoming. hear a four-part harmony Pace. There is no charge
variety of southern Gos- They- maintain steady that you usually associ- for admission, and a love
pel favorites, such as, He bookings throughout the ate with southern gos- offering will be received
Pilots My. Ship, What a Southeastern and Central pel. You hear the sound for the group. Immanuel
Meeting in the Air, I'm United States, but they of four men who love the Baptist Church is locat-
Free Again, and High- say they, "always have Lord...We are anxious to ed directly on US High-
way to Heaven, room for one more. share with you what the way 90 in Pace, directly
The Master's Men "Though we come Lord has done for us and across' from the Winn
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..a weekly column answering your
S questions with Biblical answers about life.

Dear Pastor Gallups, "Could you tell me simply how
to be saved become a Christian?"
R. E. Pace
Dear R.E.,
The Bible tells of a loving, creator God who has
.made us in his image. He has created each of us with
value and a direction for our life.
We are not robots, puppets or computer programs.
We are not a cosmic accident left to the whims of
abiogenic improbabilities. We were made in the image
of God himself.
The Bible tells us God has given is the ability to
choose him-or reject him.
The Bible further reveals what each of us really
knows in our heart as we look at the world around us -
we have a "heart" problem. Each of us, left to our own
accord, would reject God and live totally for ourselves.
The Bible calls this "sin" The Bible says that
nothing sinful will ever be "right" with God or will
ever "live" in his presence. So...in this sense we are
hopeless doomed lost.
But the love story of the Bible is that like a hus-
band who still deeply loves his adulterous and way-
ward wife and seeks her restoration...God seeks us,
loves and cherishes us.
S So...he purposed a plan a "way" we could be
restored to him and at the same time have due justice
done in the matter of our rebellion.
The Bible tells us that God paid the price himself.
Like a judge who declares us guilty of murder in our
trial but then comes down from the bench takes off
his robe and declares YOU are guilty you are
deserving of death but I WILL NOW PAY YOUR
PENALTY FOR YOU. As unimaginable as that would
be in the human realm, God did it for us.
In Jesus Christ the price for our sin has been
paid. In Jesus Christ new life a second chance the
way back to-God has been offered.
To be saved, or born again we chose to receive
what God has done for us in Jesus. We repent of our
sin and ask to Jesus to forgive us and receive us.

ACTS 4:12/ ROMANS 10:13

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 tlm The New Orleans
Baptist Theological Seminary. He has been pastor of HHBC since 1987. He serves as an
International Youth Evangelist for the Southern Baptist Convention preaching all over the U.S. and
Canada.. For more information about HHBC, call 623-8959 or 626-8951, fax: 623-0197.,
If you have any questions for Ask The Preacher, send it to: Ask The Preacher, Hickory Hammock
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Wednesday, June 17, 2009

Special to the Press Gazette
The Alzheimer's Care-
givers Support Group
meets on the 4th Monday
of each month from 3-00 -
4:30 p.m. in the Community
Rooms-of the West Florida
Rehabilitation Institute,
8391 N. Davis Highway in
The next meeting is
scheduled for Monday,
June 22, and the topic will
be "Adult Day Care and

Respite Care." The meet-
ing will be facilitated by
Laura Levitan, LCSW of
the West Florida Memory
Disorder Clinic.
The Alzheimer's Sup-
port Group is intended to
assist caregivers with un-
derstanding the needs and
behaviors-of the person di-
agnosed with progressive
memory loss. Caregivers
will learn about commu-
nity resources and impor-
tant steps in planning and

managing care. The class
is open to the public and
would be beneficial to any-
one who cares for a person
with Alzheimer's disease.
An estimated four mil-
lion Americans suffer from
Alzheimer's disease, a
progressive, irreversible
condition that destroys
brain nerve cells and other
structures in the central
nervous system. People
with Alzheimer's disease
gradually develop demen-

tia, a loss of memory, prob-
lems with reasoning or
judgment, disorienta-
tion, difficulty learning,
loss of language skills, and
decline in the ability to per-
form routine tasks. They
also experience behavioral
problems and personality
changes, such as agitation,
anxiety, delusions (believ-
ing in a reality that does
not exist), and hallucina-
tions (seeing things that do
not exist).

At this time, there is no
medical treatment to cure
or stop the progression
of Alzheimer's disease.
However, several FDA-
approved medications
currently on the market
may temporarily improve
or stabilize memory and
thinking skills in some in-
The session is free, but
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For more information or to
register, call 850-494-3212.

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Cathy Powers, who now lives in Pace,
brought a great deal of energy, enthusiasm,
and community spirit with her when she
moved here 8 years ago. It didn't take her
long to get acquainted with the area, and she
has already foraged a string of accomplish-
ments that will impact her legacy in a positive
She characterizes herself as a "native
Califorhian" and a "sunshine person" who
arrived 'iere by way of Oregon while looking
for. a cl ange. Her most recent contribution to
the community was her association with the
non profit Kids House Project.
Cathy was a team captain in Relay-for-
Life, involved with middle school girls from
the Pace area whe were considered outstand-
ing in their furp. raising ability. Their success
was measured in terms of some $18,000 to
their credit! Cathy is also a member of the
Santa Rosa County Leadership Class 23. With
Cathy Powers a .14 year old daughter in school, Cathy is rel-
atively "tuned in" to the younger generation's
activities. Her daughter, Savannah, is a cheer-
leader at Pace.
She considers her spiritual values a very important element in her life and
credits them with many of her successes. She attends New Hope Community
Church whose congregation meets in the Locklin Center of the Benny Russell
Now that Cathy has moved on from the Kids House Project, her schedule is
flexible. She hasn't exactly made up her mind about another career but she says
her fourteen and a half years of experience with Mary Kay Cosmetics might be
something to re-cultivate. She says she was very successful in that area and has a
lot of experience and expertise in connection with that type of work. "Perhaps I
will rebuild that again," she said.
Cathy is a busy woman, and between her career and her family, she has
made a creditable showing of commitment to the community. Whatever she
decides to do, we are convinced that, judging from her past involvement and suc-
cesses in civic and charitable issues, she will do it well.
Cathy, this salute is for you. Your dedication to service, commitment to the
projects you choose, and your positive outlook and interest in and for the welfare
of others make you one of those special people who deserve the best of what life
has to offer.

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

East Milton Football Registration:
East Milton Youth Association's football
registration will be held Tuesdays and
Thursday from 5:30-7:30 p.m. and the
second and fourth Saturdays of June,
July and August from 10 a.m. to noon
at the East Milton Ball Park Board
Room. Registration is for children ages
5-14. The registration fee is $95 ahd
includes registration with Gulf Coast
Youth Football Alliance, game jersey,
trophy, and use of: helmet, shoulder
pads, game pants, seven-piece pad set
and mouthpiece. Registration will con-
tinue throughout.the summer until the
season begins. For more information,
call Carl Wells 'at 313-5440 or 983-8400
or visit www.eastmiltonyouthsports.

2009 Summer Soccer Camps at
FCSR: Futbol Club of Santa Rosa an-
nounced the dates of our summer
camp programs. Director of Coaching,
Louie Sahin will conduct two summer
camps at FC Santa Rosa in 2009. The
cost for each session is $75 per player.
The camp is August 1-3. Sessions for
both camps are as follows: 8-10:30 a.m.
is for campers in the U9 through U12.
U13 through U18 sessions are at 5:30-8
p.m. Camps are scheduled this way to
minimize the risk of heat exposure. For
more information, call Louie Sahin at
850-686-0192 or visit www.fcsantarosa.,

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

Youth Hoops Camp: Bondurant's
Fbn-D-Mental Basketball Camp will
be July 27-31 from 9 a.m. to noon at the
Central High School Gymnasium. This
camp will focus on the fundamentals
of the game of basketball. The camp is
for both girls and boys who are enter-
ing frouth through ninth grades. Each
day will consist of fundamental drills,
advanced drills, competition, games
and classroom learning sessions.
Only 35 campers will be accepted to
the camp. The cost of the camp is $20,
-which includes a camp T-shirt and dai-
ly snacks. For registration information,
Please call 261-6671.

Kickball League: East Milton Adult
Co-ed Summer Kickball is forming.
Four females per team are required,
and registration is $175 per team, mini-
mum of 10 players, maximum of 20 play-
ers, 10 game season games on Tues-
day nights. This league is for ages 16+-
and open to the first six teams that sign
up. For more information, contact An-
thony Daughtery da_dogg20002001@
yahob.com or call 850-983-2242 and
leave a message.

UWF Summer Hoops Camp:
Shannan Bergen and her staff are
proud to present this year's team and
individual basketball camps. An indi-
vidual day camp will be held for girls
entering third through 12th grades
during the week of June 22-26. In ad-
dition, Coach Bergen will be holding
a camp available for teams to partici-
pate in through the weekend of June
26-28. Included in camp costs are in-
dividualized offensive and defensive
skills training with UWF staff and
players, along with sessions to explain
general rules of play. Campers will
participate in open recreation swim-
ming and a pizza party on Thursday.
A camp T-shirt is provided, but camp-
ers must bring their own sack lunch or
purchase lunch at their own expense
at the University Commons.
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.

More activities can be found
at www.srpressgazette.com. Look
for the box called "Things to Do."
There you can check on activities by
ZIP code or activity. You are welcome
to enter your events there.


Pensacola Bay

Thursday, June 18, 2009
1:54 AM CDT Moonrise
5:46 AM CDT Sunrise
7:31 AM CDT High tide 1.41 Feet
3:40 PM CDT Moonset
6:06 PM CDT Low tide -0.13 Feet
7:53 PM CDT Sunset

Friday, June 19, 2009
2:33 AM CDT Moonrise
5:46 AM CDT Sunrise
8:02 AM CDT High tide 1.62 Feet
4:47 PM CDT Moonset
7:03 PM CDT Low tide -0.34 Feet
7:53 PM CDT Sunset

Saturday, June 20, 2009
3:20 AM CDT Moonrise,
5:47 AM CDT Sunrise
8:49 AM CDT High tide 1.80 Feet
5:57 PM CDT Moonset
7:53 PM CDT Sunset
8:08 PM CDT Low tide -0.51 Feet

Sunday, June 21, 2009
4:15 AM CDT Moonrise
5:47 AM CDT Sunrise.
9:44 AM CDT High tide 1.96 Feet
7:06 PM CDT Moonset
7:54 PM CDT Sunset
9:13 PM CDT Low tide -0.64 Feet

East Bay

Thursday, June 18, 2009
1:53 AM CDT Moonrise
-5:45 AM CDT Sunrise
8:14.AM CDT High tide 1.69 Feet
3:39 PM CDT Moonset
7:22 PM CDT Low tide -0.16 Feet
7:52 PM CDT Sunset

Friday, June 19, 2009
2:32 AM CDT Moonrise
5:45 AM CDT Sunrise
8:47 AM CDT High tide 1.94 Feet
4:46 PM CDT Moonset
7:52 PM.CDT Sunset
8:19 PM CDT Low tide -0.40 Feet
Saturday, June 20, 2009
3:18 AM CDT Moonrise
5:45 AM CDT Sunrise
9:34 AM CDT High tide 2.16 Feet
5:56 PM CDT Moonset
7:52 PM CDT Sunset
9:24 PM CDT Low tide -0.61 Feet

Sunday,.June 21, 2009
4:14 AM CDT Moonrise
5:46 AM CDT Sunrise'
10:29 AM CDT High tide 2.35 Feet
7:05 PM CDT Moonset
7:52 PM CDT Sunset
10:31 PM CDT Low tide -0.77 Feet

Blackwater River

Thursday, June 18, 2009
1:53 AM CDT Moonrise
5:45 AM CDT Sunrise
9:10 AM CDT High tide 1.69 Feet
3:39 PM CDT Moonset
7:52 PM CDT Low tide -0.16 Feet
7:53 PM CDT Sunset

Friday, June 19, 2009
2:32 AM CDT Moonrise
5:45 AM CDT Sunrise
9:43 AM CDT High tide 1.94 Feet
4:47 PM CDT Moonset
7:53 PM CDT Sunset
8:49 PM CDT Low tide -0.40 Feet

Saturday, June 20, 2009
3;18 AM CDT Moonrise
5:45 AM CDT Sunrise

10:30 AM CDT Htgh tide 2.16 Feet
5:57 PM CDT Moonset
7:53 PM CDT Sunset
9:54 PM CDT Low tide -0.61 Feet
Sunday, June 21, 2009
4:14 AM CDT Moonrise
5:46 AM CDT Sunrise
11:25 AM CDT High tide 2.35 Feet
7:06 PM CDT Moonset
7:53 PM CDT Sunset
11:01 PM CDT Low tide -0.77 Feet

Navarre Beach

Thursday, June 18, 2009
1:53 AM CDT Moonrise
5:24 AM CDT High tide 1.49 Feet
5:45 AM CDT Sunrise
3:38 PM CDT Moonset
4:23 PM CDT Low tide 0.08 Feet
7:51 PM CDT Sunset
Friday, June 19, 2009
2:32 AM CDT Moonrise
5:45 AM CDT Sunrise
5:49 AM CDT Highktide 1.69 Feet
4:46 PM CDT Moonset
5:04 PM CDT Low tide -0.18 Feet *
7:52 PM CDT Sunset
Saturday, June 20, 2009
3:18 AM CDT Moonrise
5:45 AM CDT Sunrise
6:26 AM CDT High tide 1.85 Feet
5:55 PM CDT Low tide -0.39 Feet
5:56 PM CDT Moonset
7:52 PM CDT Sunset
Sunday, June 21, 2009
4:14 AM CDT Moonrise
, 5:45 AM CDT Sunrise
7:15 AM CDT High tide 1.97 Feet
6:52 PM CDT Low tide -0.53 Feet
7:04 PM CDT Moonset
7:52 PM CDT Sunset


This report represents some events the
FWC Northwest Florida Division handled
June 4 to June 11; however, it does not in-
clude all actions taken by the Division of
Law Enforcement.

Officer Ben Johnsori arrested a subject
on an outstanding warrant'at the Chatta-
hoochee boat ramp on Apalachicola River.

While checking bank fishermen at
Ochawaha Creek and Highway 67, Officer
Ben Johnson cited two subjects with pos-
session of marijuana and drug parapher-

Officer Keith Clark checked a vessel as
it returned to Sherman's Cove. The vessel
owner was found in possession of undersize
king mackerel and undersize red snapper.
Officer Clark issued a notice to appear cita-
tion and a warning for the violations.

Officers Fred Rondeau and Randy Webb
assisted with escorting the 300-foot Span-
ish tall sailing ship Juan Sebastian Elcano
out of port. The ship was visiting the area.
to take part in the 450th anniversary cel-
ebration of the founding of the City of Pen-

Officer Matt Webb conducted a fishery
inspection on a vessel in Destin Pass. The
inspection revealed undersize greater am-
berjack. The vessel captain was cited.,

Officers Pete Rockwell, Alan Kirchinger
and Captain Mary Sumner joined mem-
bers of the U.S. Coast Guard Station Destin
in response to a report of a vessel striking
the Destin Bridge with occupants in the
water. Upon arrival moments later, the of-
ficers located an 18-foot Boston Whaler
on shore with one occupant on board. The
vessel sustained significant damage to the
port bow and the port steri area from strik-
ing the bridge. The lone impaired occupant
eventually admitted to officers there were
two other occupants, a driver and a female
passenger. His friend, the driver, left with
the female after the vessel came to rest on
shore. An inspection of the vessel revealed
blood from an injury and numerous empty
alcoholic beverages. An intensive search of
area boat ramps and hospitals eventually
located the driver when he returned to the'
hospital to pick up his female companion,
who had been treated for a laceration re-
quiring stitches. Kirchinger arrested the
vessel operator for leaving the scene of a
vessel accident involving property damage
and injuries beyond first aid and failure to
report the accident. The vessel operator
was transported to the Okaloosa County

Officers Pete Rockwell and Ken White
assisted FWC Investigations with a single
vessel boating accident involving serious
injuries to an occupant. The occupant fell
overboard and sustained deep lacerations
from the motor prop. The victim was air
lifted from the U. S. Coast Guard Station
Destin and transported to Sacred Heart
Hospital in Pensacola. The investigation is

FWC officers partnered with members
of U.S. Coast Guard Station Destin, Fla.,
Department of Law Enforcement, Alcohol-

ic Beverage and Tobacco agents, Pensac-
ola Police and Sheriff Departments from
Okaloosa, Escambia, Santa Rosa, Walton
'and Bay Counties during the 2009 Annual
Billy Bow Leggs Pirate InVasion Festival
in the Pensacola and Panama City areas
to provide high profile patrols to interdict
disturbances, careless/reckless vessel op-
eration, and boating under the influence
(BUIs) in an effort to discourage unlawful
behavior and enhance public safety. Ad-
- ditionally, emergency medical response
personnel and equipment to address medi-
cal emergencies were present. During the
event, officers responded to eight vessel
crashes (one with serious, bodily injury)
and 32 medical emergencies (six requiring
advanced care) and made 19 BUI arrests
and three other arrests, including battery,
grand theft and leaving a small child unat-
tended on a vessel. Special Agents with Al-
coholic Beverage and Tobacco addressed
several instances of underage drinking.

Officer Pete Rockwell responded to in-
vestigate a single vessel accident. A pre-
liminary investigation revealed the opera-
tor of a personal watercraft lost control and
collided with the Tom's Bayou Bridge. The
operator was transported to a local hospi-
tal with serious abdomen injuries. The in-
vestigation is ongoing.

Officer Ryan Nelson conducted a fishery
inspection on a vessel in Destin Pass. The
inspection revealed an over-the-bag limit
violation for red snapper. The vessel cap-
tain was cited.

Officer Darrell Johnson worked the
youth fishing rodeo on Eglin Air Force
Base. Several hundred kids attended the
weekend-long event.

Officer Ken White responded to a boat-
ing accident involving a personal water-
craft (PWC) with two 'occupants that hit
the Highway 331 Bridge head-on. The oc-
cupants suffered minor injuries from the
impact and were transported to Scared
Heart Hospital for treatment and later re-
leased. The PWC had major damage to its
bow. The investigation is ongoing.

Officer )Dennis Palmer and Reserve Of-
ficer Joey Miles were patrolling Deerpoint
Lake when they observed a personal water-
craft being operated that fit the description
of one that was stolen the previous week off
of Shell Island. The officers stopped the ves-
sel and confirmed it was stolen. The origi-
nating agency took over the investigation.

Lieutenant Jay Chesser and Officer
Mike Nobles were patrolling Econfina
Creek within the Econfina Wildlife Man-
agement Area and stopped a vessel that
was operating carelessly. While talking
with the subjects,,the officers located a
cannabis cigarette. A citation was issued
for the violation.

Officer Dennis Palmer received infor-
mation concerning a subject who had put
what appeared to be an oversize redfish in
the back of his car. The fisher was located
fishing in a small boat under the Hatha-
way Bridge and when asked, replied that
he was catching sharks. Palmer then said
he needed to check the redfish in the back
of his car, and the fisher relented. The of-

ficer found two oversize redfish, for which
citations were issued for size and bag limit

While on water patrol in the East Bay
vicinity, Officers Neal Goss and Warren
Walsingham inspected three fishermen in
a boat near the Dupont Bridge. During the
inspection, they found three small coastal
sharks and three oversized red drum. The
three were issued appropriate citations
and warnings.

Officer Nick Price was on water patrol
near Tyndall Air Force Base in East Bay
when he observed a spotlight working
along the shoreline. As he approached the
vessel, he observed four people oh board,
two of which were attempting to take crabs
with a dip net. One individual was poling
the vessel along and one individual was
observing. Price inspected their catch and
found egg-bearing blue crab in a cooler.
The crabs were released, and the harvest-
er was cited.

Officer Jim Moore was on water patrol in
the Grand Lagoon area when he observed
a personal watercraft in violation of the idle
speed zone. Moore initiated a vessel stop
and determined the operator was under
the influence. The operator agreed to a
breath test. The results confirmed Moore's
suspicion, as the operator's breath sample
registered .158 and .166 breath alcohol con-
tent. The operator was booked into the Bay
County Jail.

Officer David Erdman assisted the Boat-
ing and Waterways Section with a public
service announcement (PSA) in Alligatoi
Point. The theme of the PSA was boating
under the influence. Officer Erdman's BUI
enforcement experience will be a positive
reflection to the PSA.

Officers David Brady and Nick Price
were on water patrol in the Gulf of Mexico
and located a small vessel with two fisher-
men on board. During a resource inspec-
tion, the officers found undersize gag grou-
per, triggerfish, and greater amberjack.
Appropriate citations were issued.

Officer Nick Price checked a local ma-
rina on Watson Bayou early one morn-
ing and observed a shrimp vessel sorting
through the previous night's catch. During
the inspection, he found nine egg-bearing
blue crabs and 32 shark fins. He also ob-
served one of the crew strip the eggs from
the crabs and discard them into the water.
. Price issued citations to the vessel master
and crewman.

Officer Warren Walsingham observed
two juveniles parked in a secluded area
just south of Caryville. When Officer Wals-
ingham approached, he observed one sub-
ject tossing two objects behind their ve-
hicle tire. Further investigation yielded an
uncooperative teenager and a seizure of a
smoking device and a bag of cannabis less
than 20 grams. Officer Walsingham cited
the juvenile to appear in court.

Officers Warren Walsingham, Lane
Kinney and Larry Morris assisted at the
Billy Bow Leggs Festival in Fort Walton
Beach. Their results were four citations,
three of which were boating under the in-
fluence cases, and ten boating safety warn-




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The 40th winner of the Tee Ball World Series will be crowned tomorrow night at Gospel Projects Park. For more photos from
the tournament that kicked off last week, visit www.srpressgazette.com.

Tee-ball games bring plenty of excitement

sports(q srpressgazette
Saturday saw two
interesting games in
the winner's bracket
of the Tee-Ball World Series
at Gospel Projects.
Gospel Projects World
AU-Stars took NEP Blue the
distance on Saturday with a
28-27 final.
NEP Blue needed their
last at bat in the home
half of the sixth inning
as they iced the game
with a run with the bases
loaded to advance to
the finals of the winners
bracket on Monday against
Cantonment White.
Cantonment White took
and blanked the Gospel
Projects American All-Stars
Monday's winners' will
set the table to see who will
play on Thursday for the
2009 Tee-Ball World Series
Winners of Monday's
night's loser's bracket will
face the loser of the NEP
Blue and Cantonment
White game on Tuesday
at 6 p.m.


The all-stars from
Cantonment used a very
stingy defense to stop G.P
American as they were
retired three-up and three
down the first three innings
of the game and never
G.P World played Myrtle
Grove White on Monday
in the consolation bracket,
while G.R American will
face NEP Gold.
NEP Gold had their
hands full Saturday night
as Tri-Couint National
All-Stars took them the
distance 39-32, as the
defending champions
needed a strong defensive

stand to'eliniinate the team
from Jay.
Earlier in the day Tri-
County National All-Stars
used a home run to stop
Gospel Projects National
All-Stars 27-25 on Saturday.
After losing twvo games
early on, the Pace All-
Stars, who are making
their first appearance in
the Tee-Ball World Series.
defeated Molino 30-19
for a chance to win the
Consolation tournament
on Monday.
Pace faced Tri-County
American for the
Consolation Bracket
Championship on Monday.

Winner's Bracket
NEP Blue vs Cantonment While
Consolation Bracket
G P World is Myrtle Grove White
G.P American vs NEP Gold

Winner's Bracket
NEP Blue 28. G.P World 27
Cantonment VWhie 22, G P American 0
Loser's Bracket
Myrtle Grove White 23, Bellview
National 22
NEP Gold 39 Tri-Counry National 32
Myrtle Grove White 27. Navarre 26
Bellvew National 36. Bellview,
American 1 5
Tr,-County National 27, G.P. National
NEP Gold 30, Canionment Maroon 1 3

Winner's Bracket
NEP Blue 23. Navarre 12
G P World 28, Bellvie,' National 7
Cantonment White 33,
G P National 10
G P. American 26, Canionment 25
Loser's Bracket
Myrtle Grove White 33, Brent 3 1
Bellvieev American 34, Molino 32
Tri County National 35 Pace 24
NEP Gold 33, Tri-County American 26
Consolation Game
Pace 30. Molino 19

NEP Blue 34. Brent 13
Na.varre 32, Bellviev, American 11
Bellview National 35, Pace 32
G.P World 32, NEP Gold 20
Canionment White 27, Tri-County
American 9
G P National 24. Tri-County National
Cantonment Maroon 37 Molino 20
G.P. American 25, Myrtle Grove White


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The Pensacola Pelicans
are pleased to announce
they will be holding a post-
draft workout for prospec-
tive baseball players on
June 20. The workout will
be held from 9 a.m. until
noon at Jim Spooner Field
at Pelican Park in Pensaco-
la, Florida. All workouts are
open to the' public to attend
and view.
The Pelicans, members
of the American Associa-
tion of Independent Pro-
fessional Baseball, encour-
age players to attend this
post-draft workout. Play-
ers who feel that they were
overlooked in the draft are
encouraged to work out.
The American Association
provides a good way to im-
prove skills, increase draft
stock and continue profes-
sional opportunities.
Several of the league's
players were drafted this
season by Major League
Baseball organizations, in-
cluding first-round picks
Aaron Crow (Fort Worth
Cats-Seattle Mariners) and
Tanner Scheppers (St. Paul
Saints-Texas Rangers).
Pelican workouts have
led to contracts with Ma-
jor League organizations.
Edwar Ramirez (New York
Yankees), Santos Hernan-
dez (Philadelphia Phillies),
Tim Dorn (St. Louis Cardi-
nals) and Charles O'Neal
(Florida Marlins) all at-
tended Pelicans workouts.
Several players, on the
current Pelicans' roster at-
tended workouts before be-
ing signed as well. Bubba
Nelson has emerged as a
dominant force in the Peli-
cans' starting rotation. He
attended a workout the Pel-
icaris held earlier this year.
Tyler Wilson was signed by
the Pelicans as, recently as
June 12. Wilson made his
debut two days later on the
road in Grand Prairie, Tex-
as, all of it due to Wilson at-
tending a Pelicans workout
on May 30.
The Pelicans will only
accept pre-registered play-
ers. Players ages 20 and
above who wish to attend
the workout are required
to print, fill out and return
a registration form to the
Pelicans office. The form
can be found at: www.
The Pelicans office is
at 41 North Jefferson St.,
Suite 300 in Pensacola.
Players are required to
bring their own equipment.
Also the Pensacola Peli-
cans will be welcoming the
San Diego Chicken to Peli-
can Park, as he will be there
to entertain the masses on
* .Tune 23.

Shoreline anglers need to buy license by Aug. 1

Florida's resident saltwater
anglers who fish from shore or
a structure affixed to shore will
need to buy a $7.50 (plus ad-
ministrative and handling fees)
shoreline fishing license by Aug.
1, unless they have a regular res-
ident saltwater fishing license.
The new license applies only
to Florida resident saltwater an-
glers who fish from shore. Resi-
dent anglers may prefer to pur-
chase the regular recreational
saltwater license that covers
them, no matter where they fish
for saltwater species in Florida.
Florida has always required
nonresidents to have a license
when fishing from shore, and

they will still need to purchase,
a regular nonresident saltwater
fishing license.
The new shoreline saltwa-
ter fishing license for residents
goes on sale July 15. It provides
all of the same exemptions as
a regular license, including se-
nior citizens, children, disabled
people who meet certain quali-
fications, active-duty military
personnel while home on leave,
and anglers who fish from a li-
censed pier.
In addition, the shoreline li-
cense requirement includes two
new exemptions: anglers draw-
ing food stamps, temporary cash
assistance or Medicaid; and an-

glers fishing in their home coun-
ties who use cane poles or other
gear that does not depend on
mechanical retrieval.
At the request of the Florida
Fish and Wildlife Conservation
Commission (FWC), the Florida
Legislature passed the new li-
cense requirement to head off
a federal license requirement
that will go into effect Jan. 1,
2010, and will have a $15-$25 fee
beginning in 2011. Florida's new
shoreline license exempts this
state's anglers from the federal
license requirement.
Several hunting, fishing and
conservation organizations re-
quested otheppermit fee chang-

es, which do not take effect until
July 2010. They include increas-
es in the state waterfowl stamp,
from the current $3 to $5; in the
resident turkey permit, from $5
to $10; the nonresident turkey
permit, from $100 to $125; the
wildlife management area per-
mit for hunting, fishing and oth-
er recreational uses, from $25
to $30; the limited-entry or spe-
cial-opportunity hunt fee, from
$100 per day to $150 per day and
$250 per week to $300 per week,
as determined by FWC Commis-
sioners; the snook permit, from
$2 to $10; and the lobster permit,
from $2 to $5.
Also, new laws create a $5 an-

nual deer permit (in addition to
the current hunting license re-
quirement for deer hunters) and
allow the agency to charge up to
$5 per day for non-hunting and
non-fishing recreation on cer-
tain wildlife management areas.
The FWC will evaluate areas
where it is the lead manager to
determine where to charge the
fees and how much to charge.
In addition, the state will use up
to 10 percent of the hunting and
sport-fishing fees to promote
those sports, with emphasis on
youth participation.
For more information about
outdoor recreation and FWC
programs, go to MyFWC.com.



Wednesday, June 17, 2009 www.srpressgazette.com Page 1



Money is scarce and times are
What will brides to be do this Satur-
day at the old ball yard.
That question will be answered
between innings of the Pensacola Peli-
cans game as they host their second
Bridal Bash.
Once again this year prospec-
tive brides to be will be competing in
games for the ultimate prize of a $2,000
rehearsal dinner from Skopelos on the
Bay. .
"Last year we had 18 turn out to
compete," recalled Pensacola Peli-
can's Assistant General Manager Ja-
son Libbert. "Right now we have 10
that are signed up, but we are expect-

ing more.
"Our first Bridal Bash was such a
huge success, we wanted to do it again
this year."
The Pelicans have been able to
sweeten the pot this year with a gift
bag from Mary Kay and 30 percent off
tuxedo rental from Men's Wearhouse
to all brides who participate.
Other prizes to include one free
tuxedo rental from Men's Wearhouse
at Airport Davis Plaza, Sugar Topped
Creations are offering certificates for
$25 and $50 off of wedding cakes, a cer-
tificate for $100 off a wedding dress at
the Bridal Loft and Fashion Connect,
a $50 gift certificate from Cheri Gin's
Bridals, a free engagement session
form Leslie Roark Photography, a
$200 oft certificate for a wedding dress
at the Bridal Suite, and a free engage-
ment session from Treasured Images

Prospective brides will compete in
events like the dizzy bat race. dance
for your dinner and the final battle be-
ing a messy mud digging to see who
wins the grand prize between innings
during the Pelican's game tiNs Satur-
day against the Lincoln Salt Dogs with
the first pitch set for 6:05 p.m.
"This should be a very entertlain-
ing night offering fun and laughs for
people of all ages," said Libbert.
For those brides who would like to
compete against other brides to be for
the ultimate grand prize they can reg-
ister by calling 850-934-8444 or sign up
on the Pensacola Pelican's homepage.
Also the Pensacola Pelicans will be
welcoming the San Diego Chicken to
Pelican Park as he will be there to en-
tertain the masses on June 23.

B2 I Santa Rosa's Press Gazette


,Wednesday, June 17, 2009

News Briefs

City of Milton
-Milton Parks and
Recreation Committee
will meet on Monday,
June 22 at 8:30 a.m. in
Conference Room B of
City Hall.
-Milton Benevolent
Cemetery Board will
meet on Monday, June 22,
at 2 p.m. in Conference
Room B at City Hall.
-Milton's Finance
Committee will meet on
Wednesday, June 24, at
9:30 a.m. in Conference
Room B at City Hall..
SCity Hall is located at
6738 Dixon Street,-Mil-
ton. For further informa-
tion on the meetings, call
983-5411. All meetings
are open to the public.

Silver & Cobochon
Jewelry Workshop
The Santa Rosa Art
Association will host
a silver and cabochon

jewelry workshop at the
June 27 (Saturday) meet-
ing in Building 4900 of the
PJC Milton Campus. The
workshop will consist of
learning how to wrap a
cabochon with sterling
silver wire, with a bail
for a pendant. The supply
kit with jewelry materi-
als will be $15. For non-
SRAA members, there is
a $10 tuition fee. Partici-
pants will need to bring
their own jewelry pliers,
wire cutter, ruler, black
marker and soft cloths.
The workshop presenter,
Linda Wicker, is a well-
known jewelry artist in,
the northwest Florida
area. She is also an ex-
perienced painter, seam-
stress and web designer
as well. To register for
this class, call 623-1494.
The SRAA meeting be-
gins at 9 a.m. followed by
the workshop at 10 a.m.
Participants are encour-
aged to bring a lunch in
order to work into the

early afternoon.
The SRAA, celebrat-
ing over 40 years of ser-
vice to the north Santa
Rosa Community, invites
anyone interested-in all
forms of 2-D and 3-D arts
and art lovers to become
a part of this vibrant and
active group. Ten meet-
ings a year offer free
workshops to members,
as well as support, com-
munity and encourage-
ment within its mem-
New Officers for the
installation, installed in
May, are Marianne Rich-
ardson-President; Linda
Wicker-Vice President,
Paula Knauber-Se'cre-
tary, and Patti Under-

The'first clinic is sched-
uled for Wednesday, June
24, from 9 to 11 a.m. at
Gulf Breeze Apothecary,
2742 Gulf Breeze Park-
way, Gulf Breeze.
Vivian Krumel, RN will
be on hand to give an edu-
cational seminar and an-
swer questions about the
Shingles disease and its
vaccine. If you have had
chickenpox, and more
than 90 percent of Ameri-
cans have, you're at risk
for Shingles. The Shingles
vaccine will be available
on site, and Medicare
Part D can be filed.
For more information
about Shingles and full
details of the vaccine,
please visit www.proheal-

about Memory Loss?" on
Friday, June 26 from 10 to
11a.m. The session will
be held in Community
Rooms "A" & "B" of the
West Florida Rehabilita-
tion Institute, 8391 N. Da-
vis Highway, Pensacola.
The West Florida
Memory Disorder Clinic
is the only clinic of its kind
in the Pensacola area. At-
tend one of these free,
informal sessions and
learn what you need to
know about the Memory
Disorder Clinic, including
who may benefit from it
as well as what the evalu-
ation process includes.
The session is free,
but reservations are re-
quired. For more infor-
mation or to register, call
(850) 494-3212.

Shingles clinics to be Memory Disorder
held Gulf Breeze Clinic offers session Dragonfly Gallery to
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F oiessefoP nal Health
Examiners will host two
Shingles Clinics in the
months of June and July;

The west or aa
Memory Disorder Clinic
will offer a free semi-
nar entitled "Concerned

The Dragonfly Gallery
will host Wearable Art; it
is ajuried art exhibit. This

showcases beginning
June 12th and continuing
to June 27th. Artists have
submitted their unique
designs of tasteful wear-
able art for this competi-
tion. Each Saturday dur-
ing the exhibit, Gallery
artists and those artists
having art displayed in
Dragonfly Flight have the
.opportunity to set up on
the grounds of the Drag-
onfly Gallery to paint,
demonstrate, display and
sale their creations.
Dragonfly Gallery lo-
cated at 5188 Escambia
Street in historic down-
town Milton, is a mission.
of the Santa Rosa Art and
Culture Foundation. It is
a juried gallery of local
artists. Gallery hours are
Tuesday through Satur-
day from 10:00 a.m. until
4:00 p.m. For more in-
formation regarding the
SRACF please use the
website www.SantaRo-
saArts,org or call the Gal-
lery at 981-1100.

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Wards celebrate 50th wedding anniversary

Special to the Press Gazette
Together they have
found friendship, raised a
family, and built a beauti-
ful marriage. You are most
warmly invited by the chil-
dren and grandchildren of
Bluford and Betty Ward, to
share in a joyous celebra-
tion of their 50th wedding
anniversary and renewal
of their vows on Saturday,
June 20, 2009, beginning at
4 p.m. It will be held at the
Russell Center Building,
Locklin Vo-Tech in Milton.
Attire is casual. Your pres-
ence will be their gift.


west Florida is home to
hundreds of public relations
practitioners who create and
manage organizational com-
munications for multiple
industries and companies.
Celebrating the spirit of the
profession, the Pensacola
Chapter of the Florida Pub-
lic Relations Association is
honoring John Hutchinson,
general manager, Corpo-
rate Services for Gulf Power
Company, June 19, at "Hur-
ricanes and Crawfish: The
Roast and Toast of John
Hutchinson." The event
takes place at Heritage Hall
next to Seville Quarter start-
ing at 6 p.m.

With more than 20 years
experience, Hutchinson
has worked extensively
with local, regional and na-
tional news media devel-
oping strong community
relationships to help Gulf
Power successfully man-
age many public issues. In
addition to his professional
talents, Hutchinson is very
active in the community,
representing Gulf Power
Co. in many different ven-
ues, from making frequent
public presentations to
serving on community/
civic boards and task
Hosted by Academy of
Country Music Personali-
ties of the Year Brent Lane
and Dana Cervantes from

the Cat Pak Morning Show
on Cat Country 98.7, the
evening will include Ca-
jun cuisine, entertainment
and a silent auction. And,
of course, a "Roast and
Toast" of Hutchinson and
his accomplishments over
the years. Special roast-
ers include Jerry Mistret-
ta, owner of Jerry's Cajun
Caf6; Don Parker, WCOA
radio personality; Sue
Straughn, WEAR TV 3 an-
chor; and City of Pensacola
Mayor Mike Wiggins.
Tickets are $50 for FPRA
members and $60 for non-
members. Contact Ashley
Hodge at 469-7220 or at
Reservations requested by
June 12.


Hogan & Murphey to wed

Special to the Press Gazette
Chris and Patrick Ho-
gan of Navarre would
like to announce the en-
gagement of their daugh-
ter, Brittany Hogan
to Clint Murphey of Mil-
Brittany is a graduate
of Florida State Universi-'
ty College of Nursing and
is currently pursuing a
graduate degree at FSU
and works in the neona-
tal intensive care unit at
Sacred Heart Hospital.
She is the granddaugh-
ter of Nance Lee Havens
and the late Donald
Lester Haven, Sr. of Na-
Murphey graduated
from the University of
West Florida in 2007 with
a business degree in ac-

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12:15 2:35 4:55 7:15 9:30
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12:30 2:40 4:50 7:00 9:20
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:counting. He works as
an accountant for a de-
fense contractor at Naval
Air Station Whiting
Field. He is the son of
Lisa and Wayne Mur-
phey of Milton and the
grandson of Lorene Mur-
phey of Valparaiso, Cole
Murphey of Milton, Rob-
.bie Boykin of Crestview
and Bill Grimes of Nicev-
The wedding'is sched-
uled for Saturday, August
8, 2009.






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Santa Rosa Sheriff's Report

Wednesday, June 17, 2009

The following arrests
were made beginning
May 13, through May 18,
Wvers, Laura Eliza-
beth; Female; 44; 4960 Hwy.
90, Pace; DUI. 5/13/09
Hayes, Rebecca Jill;
Female; 21; 5097 Berryhill
Rd, Milton; Aggrav Bat-
tery Person Uses a Deadly
Weapon. 5/13/09
Johns, Samuel Curtis;
Male; 33; 6127 Patricia
Ave., Milton; Resist Officer
Obstruct W/O Violence,
Drugs-Possess Cntrl Sub
W/O Prescription. 5/13/09
Stapleton, Jr., Brian
Christopher; Male; 11;
1613 Mauna Kea Ct., Gulf
Breeze; Burgl Unoccu-
pied Conveyance Un-
armed (3 cts.), Larc-Petit
1st Offense (2 cts.), Ar-
son-2nd Degree, Damage
Prop-Crim Misch $1,000
or More, Burgl Dwelling
or Struct Cause Damage
Over $1,000. 5/13/09
'Fails, Robert Jamar;
Male; 17; 6626 James St.,
Milton; Resist Officer-Flee/
Elude LEO With Lights &
Sirens Active. 5/14/09
Baldwin, Norman
Christopher; Male; 19;
4041 Sheridan Dr., Pace;
Burgi Unoccupied Convey-i
ance Unarmed, Larc-Petit
1st Off, Dealing in Stolen
Property, Drugs-Possess
Cntrl Sub W/O Prescrip-
tion. 5/14/09
McDaniel, Jeffery
Dewayne; Male; 39; 1202
Woodland Dr., Manchester,
TN; Out of State Fugitive

From Justice. 5/14/09
Silvey. Jr., James Ed-
ward; Male; 44; 24 Teak-
wood Circle, Pensacola;
Probation Violation-Felo-
ny. 5/14/09
Faulk, Nancy Lowery;
Female; 44; 4187 Sixth St.,
Pace; Fraud-False Owner
Info Pawned Items Less
Than $300, Larc-Grand
Theft $5,000 or More Less
Than $10,000. 5/13/09
Phillips, Jason David;
Male; 27; 5724 Jeff Ates
Rd, Milton; Damage Prop-
Crim Misch $1,000 or More.
Hewitt,. Adonica Ca-
price; Female; 36; 5970
Gillum Rd, Milton; DUI.
Fisher, Franklin Amos;
Male; 51; 8555 Hickory
Hammock Rd, Milton;
Possess Cocaine, Narcotic
Equip Possess and or Use.
Daniel, Geoffrey Kirk;
Male; 38; 2906 37th Av-
enue, Northport, AL; DUI.
Helms, Kristal Ann; Fe-
male; 25; 4301 Coachman
Rd, Milton; Failure to Ap-
pear for Felony Offense.
Huint, Stacy Jo; Female;
33; 125 Beal Pkway, Ft.
Walton Beach; Probation
Violation-Felony. 5/15/09
Johnson, Kenneth Lee;
Male; 49; 5112 Mary St.,
Milton; Possess Cocaine,
Drugs-Possess Cntrl Sub
W/O Prescription, Narcot-
ic Equip-Possess And or
Use. 5/16/09

Jordan, Kevin Antonio;
Male; 40; 1310 Hope Drive,
Pensacola; Probation Vio-
lation-Felony. 5/15/09
Kelley, Christine Bre-
anna; Female; 24; 4047
Overlook Circle, Pace;
Battery-2nd or Subseq Of-
fence. 5/17/09
Kenney, Christopher
Blake; Male; 17; 10088 Cal-
le De Palencia, Navarre;
Burgl Unoccupied Con-
veyance Unarmed (4 cts.),
Larc-Petit 1st Degree
Property $100 to Under
$300 (2 cts), Larc-Petit 1st
Offense (2 cts.).
McClain, KasaiTakima;
Male; 34; 5890 Queen St.,
Milton; Possess Cocaine,
Drugs-Possess Cntrl Sub
W/O Prescription, Narcot-
ic Equip-Possess And or
Use. 5/16/09
Pelfrey, Jessica Mi-
chelle; Female; 19; 4298
Avenida San Marcus,
Pace; Burgl-Unoccupied
Conveyance Unarmed,
Larc-Petit 1st Off, Dealing
in Stolen Property, Drugs-
Possess Cntrl Sub W/O
Prescription. 5/15/09
Sanipley, Linda Paftul-
lo; Female; 48; 4029 Flor-
ence St., Pace; Possess
Cocaine. 5/16/09
Silwany, Omar NMN;
Male; 61; 9621 SW 77th
Ave., Miami, FL; Probation
Violation-Felony. 5/15/09
Swensen, Stephen An-
thony; Male; 25; 5116 Oak-
leaf Dr., Pace; DUI Alcohol
or Drugs 2nd Off, Flee/
Elude Police Flee W/Dis-
regard of Safety to Persons
or Property, Drive While
Lic Susp 2nd Off, Resist
Officer Obstruct W/O Vio-
lence, Possess Cocaine.
Tanner, Sharon Denise;
Female; 54; 6530 Hwy. 87

North, Milton; Possess Co-
caine, Marijuana-Possess
Not More Than 20 Grams,
Narcotic Equip-Possess
And Or Use. 5/15/09
Thomas, Barry Scott;
Male; 38; 4105 Highland
Blvd., Pace; Possess Co-
caine, Narcotic Equip-Pos-
sess And Or Use. 5/16/09
Wayman, James Will;
Male; 46; 5849 Dupree Rd,
Milton; Possess Cocaine,
Narcotic Equip-Possess
And Or Use. 5/17/09
Shiver, Robert Wayne;
Male; 42; 4534 Bagdad
Park Ct., Milton; Escape.
Bibeau, Derek Mi-
chael; Male; 14; 1700 E
Smugglers Cove Dr., Gulf
Breeze; Aggrav Asslt W/
Deadly Weapon W/O In-
tent to Kill. 5/15/09
Clay, Jordan Ashley;
Female; 22; 1889 .Coral
St., Navarre, FL; Drugs-
Possess Cntrl Sub W/O
Prescription, Marijuana-
Possess Not More Than
20 Grams, Narcotic Equip-
Possess And or Use.
Coe, John Moreno;
Male; 36; 11 N Sunset
Blvd, Gulf Breeze; Bat-
tery-Touch or Strike, Kid-
nap-False Imprisonment
Adult. 5/17/09
Dominici, Juliano Erik;
Male; 37; 5749 Pecan. St.,
Milton; Probation Viola-
tion-Felony (2 cts.). 5/15/09
Drennen, Rebecca Mc-'
Donald; Female; 41; 5040
Braxton Ln, Pace; Pro-
bation Violation-Felony.
Foster., Sandra Gail;
Female; 30; 10146 Amos
Cabaniss Rd, Milton; Larc-
Grand Theft $5,000 or More
Less Than $10,000. 5/15/09

Guidrv, Bryan Louis;
Male; 40; 5362 San Miguel
St., Milton; Probation Vio-
lation-Felony. 5/15/09
Irovando, Dominick
John; Male; 33; 7433 Frank-
fort St., Navarre; Sex Asslt
By 24 YOA Older Sec Batt
Victim 16 or 17 YOA.
Lopez. Kevin Eduardo;
Male; 13; 1250 College Ct,
Gulf Breeze; Lewd Lascv
Victim is Less 12 YOA Off-
ndr Less Than 18 YOA (4
cts.). 5/15/09
Mayo, Matthew Paul;
Male; 16; 22133 Tom St,
Navarre; Battery-Touch
or Strike, Battery-Felony
Batt Result from Bodily
Harm/Disability. 5/15/09
Newbold, Ian Alexan-
der; Male; 17; 2719 Sum-
mertree Ln, Gulf Breeze;
Burgl Unoccupied Con-
veyance Unarmed (2 cts.),
Larc Theft is $300 or More
But Less Than $5,000 (2
cts.). 5/15/09
Simmonis, Jonathan
Lynn; Male; 30; 3785 Cara-
bela Ln, Pace; Probation-
Felony. 5/15/09
Hoover, Joseph Fred-
erick; Male; 33; 2031 Alfred
Blvd, Navarre;. DUI, DUI
and Damage Property.
Ritz, Andreau Von; Fe-
male; 47; 3875 Avalon Blvd.,
Milton; DUI. 5/16/09
Swensen, Stephen An-
thony; Male; 25; 5116 Oak-'
leaf Dr., Pace; DUI Alco-
hol or Drugs 2nd Offense.
Ammons. Simon Timo-
thy; Male; 43; 2762 Round
Up Lane, Milton; DUI,
Drive While License Susp
Habitual Offender, Drugs-
Possess Cntrl Sub W/O
Prescription. 5/18/09
Clark, Donald Ray-
mond; Male; 47; 6863 Stir-
rup Ln, Milton; Larc-Pe-
tit Third or Subseq Off.
Edmister, Jonathan
Walter; Male; 18; 2178
Panhandle Trail, Navarre;

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Eubanks, Harold Ryan;
Male; 19; 4413 Alanthus
St., Milton; Probation Vio-
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Kimbrough, Sherri
Sprott Ethier; Female; 50;
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grav Battery-Cause Bodily
Harm or Disability (do-
mestic violence). 5/18/09
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Female; 34; 6420 Ashbor-
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Theft is $300 or More But
Less Than $5,000, Fraud-
Illegal Use Credit Cards-
Use More 2 Times 6 Mos
Obt Gds Money $100 More.
Moorer, Derrick La-
mar; Male; 27; 6552 Julia
Dr., Milton; Probation Vio-
lation-Felony. 5/18/09
Rogers, Ralph Gil-
bert; Male; 51; 2121 Wy-
att St., Pensacola; Pos-
sess of Weapon or Ammo
By Convicted Fla. Felon,
Marijuana-Possess With
Intent to Sell Mfg or De-
liver Schedule I, Narcotic
Equip Possess And or
Use. 5/18/09
Thomas, Davaris Ra-
von; Male; 33; 6023 Savan-
nah Dr., Milton; Robbery-
No Firearm or Weapon,
Robbery-Carjacking W/
0 Firearm or Weapon.
Fitzpatrick, Johnny
Lee; Male; 16; 6135 Syrcle
Ave, Milton; Escape.
Musser III, Dean Lou-
is; Male; 19; 5162 Saints
Lane, Milton; Carrying
Concealed Weapon-Elec-
tric Weapon or Device,
Drugs-Possess Cntrl Sub
W/O Prescription, Mari-
juana-Possess Not More
Than 20 Grams, Narcotic
Equip-Possess Alnd Or
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Legal 5/685
IN RE:The license to
practice nursing of
Doll R. James, C.N.A.
4891 Tealwood Drive
Pace, Florida 32571 -

tant General Counsel,
Prosecution Services
Unit, 4052 Bald Cy-
press Way, Bin #C65,
Tallahassee Florida
32399-3265, (850)
If no contact has been
made by you concernm-
ing the above by July 1,
2009, the matter of the
Administrative Com-
plaint will be presented
at an ensuing meeting
of the Board of Nursing.I
in formal proceeding.
In. accordance with the
Americaens with Disabili-
ties Act, persons need-
ing a special accom-
modation to participate
in this proceeding
should contact the indi-
vidual or agency send-
ing this notice not later
than seven days prior
to the proceeding at
the' address given on
the notice. Telephone:
(850) 245-4640,
1-800-955-8771 (TDD)
or 1P800-955-8770(V),
via Florida Relay Serv-

on premises where
said property has been
stored. Purchases must
be paid for at time of
purchase in cash or
credit card only.
All purchased items are
sold as is, where is and
must be removed at the
time of the sale. Sale is
subject to cancellation
in the event of settle-
ment between owner
and obligated party.
Office number

Legal 6/710
Case No.: 09-615-DR
Joseph Ben Kirkeeng,

12.285, Florida Family
Law Rules of Proce-
dure, requires certain
automatic disclosure
of documents and in-
formation. Failure to
comply can result In
sanctions, including
dismissal or striking
of pleadings.
Dated: May 29, 2009.
By: Carmen Emery
Deputy Clerk
6/710 .
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061709 and A.P. DOB:
CASE 2NO.: 65 12/19/2007
2007-06219 Celina Centino
LICENSE NO.: CNA Legal 5/709 Respondent.
1T2381 TO: Nathan Rowlett,
Public-Auction NOTICE OF ACTION Father
The Department of Security Self Storage FOR DISSOLUTION Address and wherea-
Health has filed an Ad- at 4391 Hwy 90 Pace OF MARRIAGE bouts unknown
ministrative Complaint FL 32571 will sell at
against you, a copy of public auction by com- TO: CELINA ENTINO Father of A., P.: Nathan
which may be obtained petitive bidding on KIRKEENG Rowlett
by contacting, Michael WEDNESDAY, June 3192 Wells Beach-Rd
G. Lawrence, Jr Assis- 17th 2009 At 2:00 pm Navarre FL 32566 YOU ARE HEREBY
NOTIFIED that a Peti-
YOU ARE NOTIFIED tion under oath has
that an action has been been filed in the above
S I SA 111 I filed against you and styled Court for the ter-
Divorc 14 T mW s I that you are required to mination of parental
DiVOrce M1, Wills 3 serve, a copy of your rights of A.R, a female
Name Change 49 written defenses, if an, child born on the 19th
Centipede- FREE Typing, Cal for to it on JOSEPH BEv day of December,
St. Augustine | Tn C KIRKEENG whose ad- 2007, in Escambia
Farm Direct* Worksheet (850) 434-7524 dress is 3192 Wells County, Florida by the
W Deliver 1850N,"W"St A Beach Rd Navarre FL Department of Children
A434-0066 N p ,b 32566 on or before July and Family Services,
434-002, 2009, and file the for subsequent adop-
original with the clerk of tion, and you are
This Court at 6865 Car- hereby commanded to
J I oline St., Milton 32570, be and appear before
before service on Petl- the Honorable, Marcl
S5 tioner or immediately L. Goodman, Judge of
.-a u thereafter. If you fgii to the Circuit Court in and
do so, a default may for Santa Rosa County,
be entered against Florida, at the Santa
LAWNYR ^you for the relief de- Rosa County Court-
manded in the peti- house, 6865 Caroline
` -tion. Street, Milton, FL
Dependable K&N 32570, on the 23rd day
Housekeeper Coie&ofN
Over 15 years of Lawn Service Copies of all court of July, 2009, at 2i00
Over 15 years of documents in this p.m. You must either
experience! References *Raking case, including appear on the date and
available. 994-6236 *Mowing orders, are available at the time specified or
*Edging at the Clerk of the Cir- send a written re-
*Trimming cult Court's office. sponse to the Court
*Debris Removal You may review these priort to that time.
Very reasonable prices, documents upon re-
CM S Licensed & Insured quest. YOUR FAILURE TO
FIL DR850-791-0861 APPEAR OR RE-
MR. MIKE'S You must keep..the SPOND SHALL BE
PAUL NELSON Affordable Lawn Care Court's office notified SENT TO. TERMINA-
DUMP TRUCKNELSON andMaintenance. of your current ad- TION OF PARENTAL
SEDUMP TRUCK Free estimates dress. (You may file RIGHTS AND YOU
SETruck R ental Commercial/ Notice of Current Ad- SHALL PERMA-
*24 Hour Truck Rental Residential. dress, Florida Su- NENTLY LOSE ALL
*Dirt & Rock Sales Call us today preme Court Ap- LEGAL RIGHTS AS A
*Fill Dirt/Clay Mike Pickard, Sr proved Family Law PARENT TO THE
*Brown Dirt 850-516 6914 Form 12.915.) Future CHILD NAMED IN
*Driveway Material 850-623-1081 papers in this lawsuit THIS PETITION FOR-
Phone 850-994-4458 will'be mailed to the TERMINATION OF
Cell 850-698-4920 Thomas Sod Farms address on record at PARENTAL RIGHTS.
Owner Operator Sod or Seed. Call for td clerk's office.
NOW TWO TRUCKS our low prices. the clerks offic WITNESS my hand as
AVAILABLE! Pick-up/Delivery the Clerk of said Court
981-0605 or 390-6702 and the Seal thereof,
this 26th day of May,
Streak's TSctNor SNTA ROSA
Tewartg acto We Deliver & Install By: Suzanne Brooks
Tree & Stump Removal
from takedown to trim- Centipede Deputy Clerk
Coker's Lawn & Trac- ming. Debris removal St Augustine 060309
tor Service & Storm Clean-Up. gi 039
From trimming to trac- Dirt Work. Demolition & Bermuda 061009
tor work. Clean-ups, Hauling. Land Clearing. Bailed Pine Straw 061709
raking, hauling, mow- Backhoe & Trackhoe 062409
Sing, bushhogging, dirt Work. All tree work Call us first, Save Time 12__________
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__,10_4 .14 ... 110-4
File No.: 09-136 CP AT 11:00 AM. UNIT INCREASING (THE
Deceased. / Unit: 407: Nathan STATING AND RE-
Singletontbhest drawer, NUMBERING ALLJ
061009 1085 UNCHANGED,
The administration of 061709 PROVIDING FOR SEV-
the estate of James 734 ERABILITY, PROVID-
Richard Ewing, de- I_____________ NG FOR REPEAL
ceased, whose date of al I/743 AND PROVIDING AN
death was March 17, 6 EFFECTIVE DATE.
2009, is pending in the' NOTICE OF PRO-
Circuit Court for Santa POSED ORDINANCE This Ordinance is on
Rosa County, Florida, ENACTMENT file in the City Clerk's
Probate Division, the office for inspection.
address of which is TO WHOM' IT MAY Any interested party
P.O. Box 472, Milton, CONCERN: may appear at the
FL 32572. The names meeting and be heard
and addresses of the Please be advised that with respect to-the pro-
personal representative on the 14th day of July, posed Ordinance.
and the personal 2009 at 5:01 p.m.,
representatives attor- CDT, in the City Coun- This the 10th day of
ney are set forth below. cil meeting room at the June, 2009.
City Hall at 6738 Dixon
All creditors of thde- d Street, in the City of Dewitt Nobles
cedent and other per- Milton, Florida, there City Clerk
sons having claimsit or Will be proposed for en-
demands against actment an Ordinance 061709(1)
decedent's estate on whose title is as fol- 6/744
whom a copy of this lows.
notice is required to be
served must file their ORDINANCE NO. Legal 6/745
claims with this court 1317-09
OF THIS NOTICE OR TO REMOVE THE Wilson, has petitioned
30 DAYS AFTER THE FINE PENALTIES SET to vacate, abandon,
DATE OF SERVICE OF FORTH IN SECTION 11 discontinue and re-
A COPY OF THIS NO- OF THE ORDINANCE, nounce any interest
TICE ON THEM. RESTATING AND RE- and right of the public
NUMBERING ALL in and tq the following
All other creditors of OTHER PROVISIONS described property to
,the decedent and other OF THE ORDINANCE wit:
persons having claims UNCHANGED, PRO-
or demands against VIDING FOR SEVERA- The alleyway located to
decedent's estate must BILITY REPEALING the West of Lots 3, 4 &
file their claims with this ALL ORDINANCES IN 5 of Block 657 in the
court WITHIN 3 CONFLICT HERE- Avalon Beach Subdivi-
MONTHS AFTER THE WITH AND PROVID- sion as recorded .in Plat
DATE OF THE FIRST ING FOR AN EFFEC- Book -'A, pages 1-10, of
PUBLICATION OF TIVE DATE. the public records of
THIS NOTICE. Santa, Rosa County,
AL CIMS N This Ordinance is on Florida.
ALL CLAIMS NOT file in the City Clerk's
FILED WITHINO THE office for inspection. AND WHEREAS, a time
TIME PERIODS SETin Any interested party and date has been es-
FORTH IN FSECTION may appear at the tablished for a public
733.702 OFTHBAE FLCODER- meeting and be heard hearing for the Board
IDA PROBATE CODE with respect to the prb- of County Commission-
AWILL BE FOREVER posed Ordinance. ers to consider the ad-
BARRED. visibility of exercising
This the 10th day of its authority pursuant to
NOTWITHSTANDING June2009. Chapter 336 of the gen-
THE TIME PERIODS eral statutes to vacate,
SET FORTH ABOVEd Dewitt Nobles' abandon, discontinue,
ANY 'CLAIM FILED City Clerk renounce and disclaim
TWQ (2) YEARS OR any right or interest of
MORE AFTER THE 061709 (1) the public in and to the
DECEDENT'S.DATE OF above described prop-
The date of first publi- Legal 6/744 NOW THEREFORE all
cation of this notice is interested persons and
June 10, 2009. NOTICE OF PRO- the public generally are
POSED ORDINANCE directed that a public
Attorney for Personal ENACTMENT hearing upon the
Representative: above mentioned Peti-
/s/JOHNG. ADMIRE TO WHOM IT MAY tion, shall be held by
John G. Admire CONCERNt the Board of County
Attorney for Doris Ew- Commissioners of
ing Please be advised that Santa Rosa County,
Florida Bar No. 217026 on the 14th day of July, Florida, in the Commis-
Sullivan, Admire & Sul- 2009 at 5:01 p.m., sioners Meeting Room
livan, RA. CDT, in the City Coun- in the Santa Rosa
2555 Ponce De Leon cil meeting room at the County Administrative
Blvd., Suite 320 City Hall at 6738 Dixon Center located at 6495
Coral Gables, FL 33134 Street, in the City of Caroline Street, Milton,
Telephone: (305) Milton, Florida, there Florida on the 9th day
444-6121 will be proposed for en- of July; 2009, at the
Fax: (305) 444-5508 actment an Ordinance hour of 9:30 a.m.
whose title is as fol- csi/cdst, or as soon
Personal Representa- lows: thereafter as the matter
tive: can be considered.
Doris Ewing 1316-09 All interested parties
4637 Chumuckla High- should take notice that
way AN ORDINANCE if they decide to appeal
Pace, FL 32571 AMENDING AND RE- any decision made by
STATING ORDI- the Board of County
061009. NANCE NO. 1085 Commissioners with re-
061709 TO INCREASE THE LI- spect to any matter
6/733 ABILITY INSURANCE coming before said
REQUIRED AMOUNT, Board at said meeting,
TO PROVIDE FOR it is their individual re-
Legal 6/734 PAYMENT OF THE sponsibility to insure
OCCUPATIONAL LI- that a record of pro-
Public SALE CENSE FEE IN EF- ceedings they are ap-
FECT WHEN THE MO- pealing exists and for
Storage Master BILE VENDOR LI- such purpose they will
4636 Woodbine Road CENSE IS PUR- need to insure that a
Pace, FL 32571 CHASED, TO IN- verbatim record of the
850-994-7779 CREASE THE PER- proceedings is made,

which record shall in-
clude the testimony LOST
and the evidence upon Two dogs on Bruce Ln.
Which their appeal is to A male, American Bull
be based. Interested dog mix (light brown)
parties may appear at & a light brown yellow
the meeting and be Lab mix. 983-3022
heard with respect to or 313-5202
this matter. ______
061709 (1)

Legal 6/746 117
HEABRING Long hair, black (with
brown hue) male Manx
WHEREAS, Willie W. cat. Was hit by a car.
Wariner, has petitioned Took to vets and
to vacate, abandon, nursed back to health.
discontinue and re- Litter trained and has a
nounce any interest big heart: Trying to find
and right of the public owner or someone to
in and to the following give this cat a good
described property to home. Will provide bag
wit: of food and litter box.
Cat has all shots, etc.
The alleyway lying be- 981-2693 or 723-9099
tween lots 1-22 and lots _______
23-44 in block 731 and
Compton Drive north of --- -.
Tuscaloosa Street and .
adjacent to the east -| -
line of lots 1-22 in block i
731 in the Avalon I
Beach subdivision
Deed Book A-8, page
76, of the public rec-
ords of Santa Rosa
County, Florida. PETS & ANIMALS
AND WHEREAS, a time 2100- Pets
and date has'been es- 2110 Pels: Free to
tablished for a public 212- t uppmies
hearing for the Board 2130 oFarm Animals/
of County Commission- Supplies
ers to consider the ad- 2140 Pets/Livestock
visibility of exercising wanted
its authority pursuant to 2150 Pet Memorials
Chapter 336-of the gen-
eral statutes to vacate,
abandon, discontinue,
renounce and disclaim .
any right or interest of | 2130
the public in and to the
above described prop- BB Red chickens,
erty. Bantam $2 each.

interested persons and
the public generally are
directed that a public
hearing upon the
above mentioned Peti-
tion, shall be held by
the Board of County
Commissioners of
Santa Rosa County,
Florida, in the Commis-
sioners Meeting Room
in the Santa Rosa
County Administrative
Center located at 6495
Caroline Street, Milton,
Florida on the 9th day
of July, 2009, at the
hour of 9:30 a.m.
cst/cdst, or as soon
thereafter as the matter
can be considered.
All interested parties
should take notice that
if they decide to appeal
any decision made by
the Board of County
Commissioners with re-
spect to ariy matter
coming before said
Board at said meeting,
it is their individual re-
sponsibility to insure
that a record of pro-
ceedings they are ap-
pealing exists and for
such purpose they will
need to insure that a
verbatim record of the
proceedings is made,
which record shall in-
clude the testimony
and the evidence upon
which their appeal is to
be based. Interested
parties may appear at
the meeting and be
heard with respect to
this matter.
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Buy Soma, Ultram, NEEDEDR NOWI Drivers MILTON 3/1 Central heat & air.
Fioricet Prozacb' N D9 Move In stove, refrigerator
Buspar $71.99/90 eing hired and trained $599Moven 6556 Julia Drive.
$107/180 Quantities locally for Werner En- Special Off No pets. $725 month,
PRICE INCLUDES terprises. No exper- Avalon Blvd. $725 dep.623-4409
PRESCRIPTION! Over ence needed. *Efficiency
SMedTsO2N5Cou0v 1-866-280-5309*1B m1Bath Milton Cute ole Florida
Mention Offer:#91uAp31 *2 Bedroom, 1 Bath home. 3 br/1 ba, CH/A,
(888)389-0461. Driver-BYNUM TRANS- *2 Bedroom, 2 Bath location. Bike trails.
tri-drugstore.com PORT- needs qualified Includes: Deposit, Schools. $700 month.
driversfor National credit check & 1st $700 dep. 623-83 .
OTR positions. Food month's rent. No $70dp62-35
44 *8311grade tanker, no dogs, Inground NEAR TANGLEWOOD
hazmat, no pumps, Swimming pool, 3/2 with large, fenced
great benefits, com- laundry room, plus yard. $850 month, $800
ATTEND COLLEGE petitive pay & walking. distance to deposit. 781-729-7425
ONLINE from Home. late-model equipment. amenities. Emerald
*Medical, *Business, (866,)GO BYNUM. Sands. 712-9968 Pace
* P a r a Ile g a I Need 2 years 3578 Acy Lowe Rd.
*Computers, *Criminal experience. y-5br/4.5 baths; 3,614 sf.I
Justice. Job pClnacem exprenet $1,995 Mo. $1,995 dep.I
placement Milton 478-4607, Eric Gleaton
assistance. Computer Duplex-2/1. Refrigera- Realty, Irnc.
available. Financial Aid OTR Drivers Join tor, D.W., stove, W/D eay, Inc.
if qualified. Call PTLI Top Payl Re- hookups. 6461 Maddox Pace
(8 6 6) 8 5 8 2 12 1, quired 12.Months expe- Rd., $550 month/$550 Newly renovated.- 3
www.CenturaOnline. rience and CDL-A. Out dep. 261-9131 bedrooms with fenced
com. 10-14 days. NO felony ____________ backyard. $775. month
or DUI past 5 Years. 2558012
(877)740-6262 Comn- Nice, quiet duplex.
AIRLINES ARE HIR- pany www.ptl-inc.com 5829 Windham Rd. anta Rsa
ING Train for high (888)417-1155 0/Os. Large living room w/ Santa Rosa
paying Aviation Mainte- fireplace, 2 bedrooms Realty
nance Career. FAA ap- w/ walk-in closets, 2 full 623-0077
proved program. Fi- Need CDL Drivers A or baths, kitchen & dining 1 br, 1 ba Stewart St
nancial aid if qualified B with 2 yrs recent w/ fridge, stove, dish- $400
Housing available, commercial experience washer, pantry, laundry 3 br, 1 ba Camille
CALL Aviation Institute to transfer motor room w/ WD hook-ups. Gardens $765
of Maintenance homes, straight trucks, $550 month, 1 year 3 br, 1 ba Geri St.
(888)349-5387 tractors and buses. lease, $400 sec. dep. $800
DONATE YOUR VEHI- (800)501-3783 Avail. June 15th. Call 3 br, 2 ba, Debbie
DONATE YOUR VEHI- 994-9772 to see and Dr. $800
OCLE RECEIVE $1000UPN apply 4 br, 2 ba, Lansing
GROCERY COBUPON $600 Weekly Poten- Dr$950
CER FOUNDATION tial$$$ Helpinthe gov- SAVE $$$ on Advertis- 4N br, 2 ba Hawks
Free Mammograms, erinent PT. No ExC: ingl Run your classified Nest $1100bPlayer's
Breast Cancer Info rience. No Selling. C a ad in over 100 Florida 4 br, 2 ba Player's
www.ubcf.info FREE 88 -522 5 Adnewspapers reaching *Place, $1100a
Towing, Tax Deducti- code-M over 4 MILLION readers 4 br, 2 biaie $1100
ble, Non-Runners Ac- for $475 that is less Ridgeview $1100
cepted, (888)468-5964. Jay Area than $4 per newspaper.
Elderly lady needs Call this newspaper or
IPOD Classic 30 LB someone to stay nights (866)742-1373 for more T uSF
Works. Pd. $499, ask- and/or some week- details or visit:
ing $150; Baby Phat' ends, can alternate. www.florida-classifieds. I 1 0
purse NEW tags still (850) 698-1408 coin.
on. Pd. $42, asking _____(850 com__
$20; Girls Rocketdog
,Tennis Shoes. Sz. 8, Sales
NEW Pd. $30, asking :4:31
$10. 981-8318 Help Wanted!t M ilton- room for rent.
Could you use $500 to I 61- furnished with utilities
ayak $100; 17 nft. boat $1000 extra income per incdd/1 1/2bath on 1 Private entry.
90 Horse Johnson- month? Please call ~bed/i '112 bath on 1 $100 ,',wk.
Trailer $1,500; 1995 Sandy 1-800-859-1522 3/4 AC. Hwy 90,near 850-384-2388
Nissan, 4' cyl., 5 _________ Ward Basin Road.
speed, new tires, runs Lease/option possible. Room Mate Wanted
good, good air $2,800. ...--- -- -. $800 month. 623-6768 East Milton
418-2398 E____ ast Mviltion
418___-2398 _____ Private Bathroom Drug
OLD PHOTOGRAPH A 4Br 3Ba .Foreclosurel & Alcohol Free environ-
OLD PHOTOGRAPH $11,5001 Only ment. $300 Frank
From the '30's or $217/Mo! 5% down 15 346-4789
40'sName on backyears @ 8% apr. Buy, 3
Name on back is Br $199/Mo for listings a
Vesta Harrison (800)366-9783 ext 5798 -.
Call (850) 994-6651 5100 Business East Milton 2 bedrooms with front
or 607-5164 Opportunities 8753 John Hamm kitchen. Total electric.
Ask for Evelyn or s5110 Money to Lend Road. For Lease 3/2 $350 month. Military,
leave message. New carpet. All gas. Senior Citizens & HUD
Water furnished. $750 Discount. East Gate
STRAIGHTWALL 0%491 9N :1 mth + deposit. (850) Mobile Home Ranch.'
BUILDING SALE! UN- 276-7993. 850-686-8973
REDUCED. FLEXIBLE. Do you earn $800 ina
DELIVERY. 25X30 day'? -25 Local Ma-
$5680. 30X40 $8490. chines and Candy
35X50 $10,400 40X60 $9 (888629-9968
$12,980. 5OX1 00 B62000033 CALL US: A T
$21,900. OTHERSI IN We will not be under- AY H s
Mil BEFOREI, $28,000 IN
Fender Squire PLAINING! NO CON- CNA FT,7a-7p or 7p-7a,
Electric Guitar VINCING! PRIVATE CNA T a-7p or 7P-7a,
render hard case & GIFTING TAX CODES CPR CenritifcatiorT with Cl
Tender 12"- dual chan- APPROVED BY IRS. FL CNA certificate
pel amp with remote, CALL (888)905-3444
foot switch, foot con-
trolled digital effects -- REGISTERED NURSE ME
processor I wit'th FT, PT, OR PRN ALL SH
,wah-wah pedal, guitar
stand and all cables., FL LICENSE REQUIR
Excellent condition! I F
$600. Call 226-6754
$600, Call 267 Ly Si Positions available at Jay Hospital
S Care Affiliate'. Applications acc
RUL ESTATE OR RENT apply at www.ebaptistheali
6100 Business/

4100 Help Wanted
4110 Restaurants/Clubs
4120 Sales
.4130 Employment

6110 Apartments
6120 Beach Rentals
6130 Condo/Townhouse
6140 House Rentals,
8150 Roommate Wanted
6160 Rooms for Rent
6170 Mobil6 Home/Lot
6180 Out-qf-Town Rentals
6190 Timesliare Rentals
6200 Vacation Rentals

6170 6170 7100
6440 Butternut 2 BR/2 Pace
BA Newly remodeled. 3976 Edgefield St.
CH/A, Non-smoking 3/2 doublewide w/ fire- 4Br 3Ba 1Half-Ba 3,634
environment. No Pets. place, 8X10 shed & sqft Single Family
$450 Rent $350 Dep. washer/ dryer. $650 m/ Home situated on 7 ac-
572-2477 $600 dep. 396-5034 res in Thomas Co, GA.
Double Garage, Fence,
14x80 3 bd/2ba 6529 Quiet Park-3/BR, 2/Bth Deck, Screened Porch.
Robie Rd. $585 mth. $595 + dep. 2/BR, $359,900. Norris
$350 dep. 623-5062 or 2/Bth $545 + Dep.,. Bishop Realty
554-7830 Non-smoking envn, no (229)890-1186.
pets. Sewer & Garbage
2/1 with central heat & nd Hee UD OK' ALSO
air, privatefenced yard. Lot Rentals 626-1552 FORECLOSED HOME
Total electric. Screened .'AUCTION FLORIDA
porch and 12X14 Springhill AUCTIONDE AuctionA
shed. $485 month, FurnIshed 2004 trailer starts July 11. 600W ct
$300 deposit. 995-6138 3/1 nice. Buddy Hardy Homes MUST BE
Rd.,on acreage adja- SOLD! REDC I Free1
2/1 New paint, covered cent toBlackwater For- SOLD! REDC Free
porch & outside stor- B r o c h u r e
porh otsdestr-est. No pets,.non- www.Auction.com RE
age. Garbage fur- smokingnvironment. No. C 3
nished. $385G mo, $350 go en .e N. nC1031187
dep. Call Don Cumble $50mo $300 dep. Ref.-
Realty at 626-8959 or needed. 623-8920 ,
377-6787 West Milton
3/2. Total electric. Dish- o3/B 2a on private
washer, etc. East Gate lot. Total electric, no
Mobile Home Ranch pets. 5133 Ridg/eway Bank Owned Prop-
626-8973 Blvd. $600/mth erties Free Lists
626-893 $300/dep. Bay Crest ICellstate Gulfcoast
Chumuckla Realty Realty 850-472-2500
2/2.. $450 month, $250 994-7918
deposit. 994-6212 or
994-8865 __________
Clean 14x70 MH 2br,
2ba. $500mo + $300
dep. OR 2br, 1ba, J Destin
$400mo + $300 dep. Destiny West,
No pets. 675-6614. By Owner
I5 L Ta Close to the beach,
Rent by the week. E ESTATE FOR SALE stucco, tile roof, 4 bd,
$150. (utilities incl. 7100- Homes 2.5 bth' on Paradise
THREE TRAILERS 7105- Open Houses Isle. 3255 sqft, neigh-
Rent by the week. 7110 Beach Home/ borhood pool, tennis,
Nice, clean & quiet. .Property Built in 2005. $820,000.
No pets. 995-1717 7120 Commercial Call 830-3287 for show-
7130 Condo/Townhous ing. Agnts welcome
b b7140o- Farms a& Ranches
Holt-3bd62ba mon ,R8 7150 -Lots and Acreage
vate lot $685 mo.'Ref. 710 Mobile Homes*
& deposit Call 7170 Waterfront
499-7412 or 537-5828 7180 Investment
Jay / Milton/ Pace 7190 Out-t-Town Florala, Alabama
Rentals 2 & 3 bed- Real Estate Nice house furnished
rooms. $400-$650 per 7200 Timeshare on 44 acres of beautiful
month. Section 8 / Hud land. Shop, sheds and
accepted. 994-5703 some equipment.

Includes water, gar- 850-7769-1939
bage and lawn-service. 850-776-1939
2/2 for $450 month.'
2/2 for $350/month jfWv'_________________
Call 698-4582
FOR SALE OR RENT Lake Guntersville
Double wide. 6256 Alabama
Buckskin Drive. Front Homesites from
and rear decks, privacy 602 Mooney omesis9 om
fence. $62,500. Owner Rd. FWB $29,900
finance with 10% down. Ken d 1-888-446-5253 x.5199
Don Cumbie Realty enwoo www.gpi299.com
626-8959 /377-6788 ..,,,,...
626-8959 /377-6788 Beautiful brick 3 br, 2
North Milton ba, 2 cg. Close to ....
2/2 Mobile Home on bases on quiet half
private lot. 6549 Stanly acre corner lot. Built IIlI 11
Cir. Total Electric. $450 in 1994. Kitchen re- I ll hI
/rent, $250/dep. No cently updated with
pets. Bay Crest Realty stainless steel appli-
994-7918 ances. Corner FP in gu.. T l.,

LR wall brick hearth,
vaulted ceilings, fresh
paint, security sys-
tem, updated elec-
tronic irrigation, large
screened porch un-
der roof, chain link
back yard perfect for
pets. $294,900. Call
850 226-6754 /

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1 7160
2/1 -private lot, fenced,
storage building. $495
month, $400 sec. dep.
FSBO Investor Soe-
iai. 3/2 DW plus lot.
Needs repair. $25,000
cash. (850)902-0604

I 7190 I
Coastal Georgia
1+ Acre Ocean Access
$29,900 (888)982-8952
x 5192

8100 Antique & Collectibles
8110- Cars
8120 Sports Utility Vehicles
8130 Trucks
8140 vans
8150 Commercial
8160 Motorcyclies
8170-Auto Parts
& Accessories
8210 Boats
8220 Personal Watercraft
8230 Sailboats
8240 Boat & Marine
8245 Boat Slips & Docks
8310 Aircraft/Avlatlon
8320 ATV/Of Road Vehicles
8330 Campers & Trailers
8340 Motorhomes

Lake Lot Deal Fell
,ThrLil 2.6 AC- $19,300 8110
FREE BOAT SLIPS 2005 Toyota Camry LE
(was $39,900) Se- 87K miles, 1 owner,
cluded wooded lot w/ Must Seel Lots of Ex-
deeded access to pri- tras. Located in Pace
vate stocked bass lake. (850)554-7940.
Quiet rd frontage utili- Police Im
ties, warranty deed. Ex- Buy Polnicea Ampounds
cellent financing. Must $0 99 Honda Civic
see, call now $800! for listings call
(888)792-5253, x3038 (800)366-9813 ext 9271

Dockable Lakefront CASH PAID
$69,9001 (was $99,900) for junk cars
Wooded homesite w/ or trucks.
beautiful shoreline. In Running or not.
gated community. Mins Call:983-9527
from Interstate! Excel- or 723-5048
lent financing. Call now
(800)564-5092, ask for
x 1511
DEVELOPER SPECIAL 1997 Ford F150 4.6 V8
3+ acres $54,400. (was 134,000 mi, new Good-
$75,000). Wooded, pri- year tires, PS, air, auto,
vate, ready to build. PB, lariet Good condi-
Owner will finance. Call tion. Limited slip rear
now (866)352-2249 end. Just tuned up.
$5,000. (850) 623-8920
Pre- Grand Opening
Salel 8 ACRES w/ -, -
$39,900 Sat & SunO6/27 Tonneau Cover forda
& 28 SAVE $10,000* Chevy Silverado
Spectacular 8 acre (white). Asking$350
hardwood setting w/ obo. 623-5863 or
deep dockable water- 501-7777
front! Prime 'AL loca-
tion: Paved rds, county
water, utils all com- *
pleted. Lowest financ- 0 i
ing in yrs! Call now 8210
(866)952-5302, ask for Bay Boat. No motor.
x.1525 Price includes $300. Trailer. New tires.
discount $250. 626-9910

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