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eSanta Vosa'8 Press


Your only hometown newspaper for over a century!


Fun on the Fourth, Bi


Wednesday, July 8, 2009


Find breaking news at www.srpressgazette.com


Without help, The Zoo could close


County administrator:
'There just isn't any
money for it right now'

JENI BOOKER SENTER
jsenter@srpressgazette.com
The Zoo still faces financial
difficulties and is seeking an-
other cash injection from cash-
strapped Santa Rosa County to
maintain the facility.


At the Santa Rosa County
Commissioners Meeting on
Monday morning, The ' Zoo's
Executive Director Danyelle
Lantz requested assistance
from the commissioners and
said that without the assistance,
The Zoo could be facing clo-
sure.
Santa Rosa County support-
ed The Zoo with an infusion of
$125,000 last year.
"We recognize that you are
facing tough decisions, ... but
The Zoo is one of the main tour-


ist attractions in Santa Rosa
County and is a key to recreation
and economic development,"
Lantz said.
County Administrator Hunter
Walker said the county faces a
budget shortfall of over $3.5 mil-
lion and stated that further cuts
lie ahead.
Walker said the money was
not there for the county and that
layoffs are a possibility.
"We are cutting other agen-
cies, and we are going to be ask-
ing the Sheriff to send people


home," Walker said.
"The Board chose not to act
on the request and not to place
the item on Thursday's agenda.
This basically means that there
is not commissioner interest in
acting on this item at this time.
There just isn't any money for it
right now," Walker said.
The Zoo is the midst of a five-
year recovery program in an
attempt to recoup losses from
Hurricanes Ivan and Dennis.
Lantz says The Zoo is "okay
right now, but without help, (it)


will not make it through the win-
ter."
"I am really disappointed in
the decision. I recognize their
challenges, but it is hard for me
to understand why they can af-
ford new playground equipment
and benches, but they cannot
afford to help the largest tourist
attraction in the county."
"I want to encourage those
who are in the silent majority
to call the county commission-
ers, or The Zoo will die quietly,"
Lantz said.


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Educators react


to consent order

Agreement 'unconstitutionally
infringes on rights of teachers'

PRESS GAZETTE STAFF REPORT
The Liberty Counsel filed a motion to intervene
on behalf of Christian Educators Association Inter-
national (CEAI) in a lawsuit filed earlier this year by
the American Civil Liberties Union against the Santa
Rosa County School District.
The ACLU filed suit, claiming some of the teach-
ers and administration endorsed religion. The School
District attempted to settle the suit by joining with
the ACLU and presenting the court with a consent
JENI SENTER order, which essentially bans all employees from
engaging in prayer or religious activities, whether
before, during, or after school hours. Without any
legal argument or briefing, the judge signed the or-
der. Members of the CEIA argue that the order is so
broad that it unconstitutionally infringes on the rights
orof teachers, administrators and students.
CEAI is a nonprofit religious association estab-
lished in 1953. Its mission is to "serve the educational
community by encouraging, equipping and empower-
ing Christian educators serving in public and private
schools."
Some members of CEAI are employed by the
Santa Rosa County School Board and are opposed
to what they say is an unconstitutional consent or-
der. The terms of the consent order violate the free
speech and free exercise rights of CEAI members,
both in their capacities as employees of the School
Board and as private citizens.
See ORDER A6


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stles A two-vehicle accident on Thursday night in Mil-
ton disabled both vehicles, one of which was a Santa
Rosa County Sheriff's unit.
According to the accident report obtained from the
Milton Police, Deputy Lucas Shane Jordan was east-
bound on Highway 90 and was approaching the inter-
I section of Glover Lane. A truck driven by Bobby E.
Castleberry, of Pensacola, was traveling westbound
and approaching the same intersection.
Milton officer Dwayne Smith stated that Jordan
failed to yield to oncoming traffic when making a left
turn, and Castleberry struck Jordan's patrol vehicle
in the intersection.
No injuries were reported in association with the
S*10:51 p.m. crash.
A call to Santa Rosa County Sheriff's office public
information officer had not been returned as of press
time.
Damage estimates for the 2003 Ford Crown Vic-
toria driven by Deputy Lucas was estimated $5,000
while the damage to the truck driven by Castleberry
was estimated at $3,000.


Jim Fletcher
Publisher
623-2120


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O pinion ........................................ A4
Religion ...................................... A 5


Sports......................................... A7
Sheriff's Report............................ B2
Classifieds..................................... B8


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A2 I Santa Rosa's Press Gazette


Local


Wednesday, July 8, 2009


Free smoking cessation classes continue in Santa Rosa County


Beginning July 14th, the
Santa Rosa County Health
Department (SRCHD) will
offer free smoking cessation
classes in Milton and Mid-
way SRCHD is partnering
with the West Florida Area
Health Education Center
(AHEC) to offer this service
at no cost. Classes are open
to all Santa Rosa County


residents and smokeless
tobacco users are also wel-
come. Participants can
choose from a 1 - 2 p.m.
class in Midway or a 5:30
- 6:30 p.m. class in Milton,
both on Tuesdays.
"It is hard to ignore the
recent news reports that
laud the higher taxes on to-
bacco. For some people, it


is just too expensive to keep
smoking. By providing a
free class, it gives all county
residents an opportunity to
quit, not just those who can
afford it, " said Julie Klein,
MBA, Health Educator
Consultant with the health
department. The health de-
partment also promotes the
Florida Quitline, another


free resource for smokers
interested in quitting. Quit-
line will provide free phone
counseling services to any-
one interested in quitting to-
bacco products. The phone
number for Quitline is 1-877-
822-6669.
The classes in the north
end of the county will be
held at the Santa Rosa


County Health Department
at 5527 Stewart Street in
Milton. The classes at the
south end will be held at the
Santa Rosa County Health
Department at 5840 Gulf
Breeze Parkway, across the
street from the South Santa
Rosa County Annex build-
ing.
If you would like more in-


formation about the smok-
ing cessation class offered at
the SRCHD, please contact
Julie Klein at 850.983.5200.
For more information
about the Florida Quitline,
go to www.tobaccofree-
florida.com. For media
inquiries, contact Sharon
Raley or Ginny Hinton at
850:983.5200.


Monday, 9:55 a.m.
This is Raymond, I was
wanting to say the reason
Sharon Holley and the other
lady has to do what they are
doing is the handful of sorry-
ness that has ruined things
for everybody These few are
so sorry that when they put
out their garage sale signs
they don't go back and take
them off. If they had done
this to begin with then none
of this would have happened.

Saturday, 8:31 p.m.
Yeah this is Raymond in


the article in Saturday's pa-
per it should have said if a
man lay with another man
they should be put to death
and without Jesus with you
at the throne you are noth-
ing to God. Thank you.

Saturday, 12:29 p.m.
I think there are so
many children who grew up
with the music of Michael
Jackson, I think the city of
Milton should do a tribute
to Michael in the park and
bring canned goods for the
See SPEAK OUT A3


Obituaries

Porter Mixon Campbell
1926-2009


Porter Mixon Campbell,
age 83, a resident of Mil-
ton, FL died Sunday night,
June 28, 2009, at Covenant
Hospice after a period of
declining health. Mr. Camp-
bell was born February 25,
1926, in Prichard, Ala. He
was the son of Spurgeon
Dale Campbell and Ruth
Porter Campbell. He was
retired from the U.S. Army
after serving from 1944 to
1968. He was a member of
the First Baptist Church of
Milton, Fla., and member


of the Santa Rosa Masonic
Lodge #16, F&AM.
Mr. Campbell is pre-
ceded in death by his sis-
ter-Ruthdale Perry.
Mr. Campbell is sur-
vived by his wife-Elnora
S. Campbell; his son-Alan
B. (Michelle) Campbell,
of Pace, FL; three daugh-
ters-Pam (Dewayne)
Overstreet, of Mobile, AL,
Caryl (Sonny) Greene,
and Amanda (Andy) Terry,
of Pace, FL; nine grand-
children-Laura (Mike)


Bagley, Michael Campbell,
Jennifer Overstreet, Ja-
cob Overstreet, Nicholas
Overstreet, Alex (Robyn)
Greene, Zac Greene, Clay
Terry and Morgan Terry;
one great-grandson, Gar-
rett Bagley; and his sis-
ter-Roselean Williams.
Funeral services for Mr.
Campbell were 10 a.m.,
Thursday, July 2, 2009, at
Lewis Funeral Home, Mil-
ton Chapel with Dr. David
Spencer officiating. Burial
followed in Serenity Gar-


dens with Lewis Funeral
Home directing.
Active pallbearer's were
Mr. Campbell's grandsons.
Honorary pallbearer's
were "Bubba Fisher's
Class."
Friends may send con-
dolences and share fond
memories with the fam-
ily at www.lewisfuneral-
homes.net.
Let the family know you
care. Sign the guest book
under news/obituaries at
www.srpressgazette.com.


Moore, Gene William


I guess by. now, you
know my Daddy, Gene Wil-
liam Moore passed away
on Thursday, June 25,2009,
at 10:33 p.m. It was com-
forting, because at that
moment, I knew my moth-
er was there, just to know
she was that close to me at
that time made it easier to
let him go.



Hope Elizabeth Weeks,
infant daughter of Scott and
Ruth Weeks of East Mil-
ton, FL, passed away July
2, 2009, at Sacred Heart
Hospital. In addition to her
parents, she is survived by
her grandfather - Euwell
Adolph Weeks, East Mil-


You see, my Mom also
died on a Thursday at
10:33 p.m.
Even I could not have
written a better ending.
His face was so peace-
ful, and all I could say was
Thank you...
All I ever wanted was
for them not to die alone
and they did not; they both


were in my arms.
What a gift to me ...
He leaves three sons -
Rudy Rivas, James Moore,
and Keith Moore; one
daughter - Emma Jean
Cornelison; three grand-
daughters - Shadow Cor-
nelison, Elizabeth Moore,
Randi Moore and one great
grandson,


Baby Hope Elizabeth Weeks


ton; grandmother-Karen
Trippe, Milton; uncle and
aunt - J.J. and Shirley
Gagne, Milton; uncle --
Ben Trippe, Milton; and two
cousins - Jacob and Haley
Gagne of Milton.
She was preceded in
death by a sister-Chloe


Larissa Weeks, grandmoth-
er - Barbara Ann Weeks,
and grandfather - Loy
Hutcheson Trippe.
Graveside services were
held at Memory Park, Mil-
ton, on Tuesday, July 7,
2009, at 10 a.m. with Pastor
Dewey Mars officiating.


I would like to thank
everyone who shared
their lives with my father.
Thanks for all the food,
cards, and calls. A private
service will be at Crain
Cemetery.
Let the family know you
care. Sign the guest book
under news/obituaries at
www.srpressgazette.com.



In lieu of flowers, contri-
butions may be made to the
Hope Elizabeth Weeks Me-
morial Funmd at Pen Air Fed-
eral Credit Union in Milton.
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Elected OFFICIALS


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

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


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3041; fox 202-228-5171.
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* President Barack Obama: The White House, 1600
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* Vice President Joe Biden: Office of the Vice
President, White House, 1600 Pennsylvania Ave.,
Washington, D.C. 20500; phone 202-456-1414.

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


Milton, FL 32570, 983-0413. E-mail is scottdl@moil.
santorosa.kI2.fl.us.
* District 2: Hugh Winkles, 5684 Nicklous Lane,
Milton, FL 32570, 623-6299. E-mail is winkleseh@
mail.santarosa.k12.fl.us.
* District 3: Diane Coleman, 9400 Octavia Lone,
Navarre, FL 32566, 939-2661. E-mail is colemanmd@
mail.santarosa.k12.fl.us.
* District 4: JoAnn J. Simpson, 5059 Faircloth St.,
Pace 32571, 994-5446. E-mail is simpsonjj@moil.
santarosa.k12.fl.us.
* District 5: Edward Gray III, 1 Gray Oaks Lane, Gulf
Breeze, FL 32561, 850-932-6287. E-mail is grayem@
mail.santarosa.k1l2.fl.us.
The Santa Rosa County School Board meets at 6:30
p.m. second and fouth Thursdays at 5086 Canal St.,
Milton. Phone: 983-5000.

CITY GOVERNMENT
* Milton City Hall, Mayor Guy Thompson, 6738
Dixon St., Milton, FL 32570, 983-5400. Interim City
Manager, Brian Watkins.
* Gulf Breeze City Hall, Mayor Lane Gilchrist, 1070
Shoreline Drive, Gulf Breeze, FL 32561, 934-5100.
City Manager, "Buzz" Eddy.
* Town of Jay, Mayor Kurvin Quails, 3822
Highway 4, Jay, FL 32565, 675-2719.

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Press Gazette. Know your leaders; stay in touch.


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SPEAK OUT from page A2


tribute. The food collected
could then be donated to
a food bank or church and
this would be a beautiful
tribute to a beautiful man.
This is Marie.

Friday, 9:42 p.m.
I use to love Milton, but
I have gotten to the point
where I hate this town. It
is a bunch of money grab-
bers. If they need to charge
us for everything then why
don't they stop shooting the
fireworks like they did in
Loxley?

Thursday, 10:47 a.m.
Yes I want to tell you on
Lia Drive in Milton behind
the Santa Rosa Hospital peo-
ple speed, speed, and speed.
I want to put a speed bump
and as soon as I can go door
to door I am going to get a pe-
tition started. Maybe one day
the police can do something,
because I complain and they
do nothing. Little children
play here all the time and
one day one will lose a life.

Thursday, 6:02 a.m.
Yes this is Mary calling
again. I should have looked
at the second page of the
Lifestyle section. The library
did recognize the teaching
of what Independence Day
is and all about the meaning
of the flag. Thank you.

Thursday, 5:59 a.m.
Hi this is Mary. I would
like to say that the Santa
Rosa Library would have
a flag to recognize in ob-
servance of Independence
Day, but the flag was sto-
len. No one knows anything
about it, but now during
the remodeling, there is
no place to display a flag.
I hope they celebrate In-
dependence Day in some
fashion or form, but it is a
shame we don't even have
a flag to display and wave.
Thank you.

Thursday, 1:02 a.m.
Hello, myname is Miriam.
I am calling about the ciga-
rette tax. While they are at it
why not go up on all alcohol
as well. If a driver smokes
they not only endanger their
lives but that of their pas-
senger, and if you drink and
drive you are not only hurt-
ing yourself but those you
meet as well. Thank you.

Wednesday, 6:46 p.m.
Yes, this is Jenny. I would
like to speak out about the
seat belt law. I believe in it,
but why not check out pick-
up trucks with people in the
back of them. I know this is
against the law, but I see at
least one a week on my way
to Milton.

Wednesday, 6:32 p.m.
I hope this cigarette tax
gets all these filthy smok-
ers out from in front of
doorways and keep them
from putting their butts all
over the place. You have to



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wade through all those cigarette
butts just to get inside some busi-
nesses. I hope this would make
them quit. If they only knew how
badly they smelt when you walk
up to them. Maybe if the price
goes up to $20 a pack we will get
this thing stopped.


For


Wednesday, 3:31 p.m.
Hi my name is Barbara. 1 just
read the article on cigarette tax and
I have quit smoking for the last 16
years. I started smoking when I was
13 years old and if I can quit anyone
can quit. After five years you can


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just have to have the deter nation
and willingness to do it.

Wednesday, 2:14 p.m.
Hi this is Al. Recently Mulat Road
was blacktopped this past week and


I must comment on the extremely
poor quality of work. Mulat Road
now has grooves, scratches, and
gouges, which are horrendous. I did
see state and countyprisoners work-
ing on this. I guess you get what you
pay for, but doesn't our tax dollars
pay for quality also. Thank you.


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Opinion


Wednesday, July 8, 2009


OUR VIEW



Higher



education can



be confusing

The University of West Florida is look-
ing to make a major move regarding its
athletic future.
Many are split on going to Division 1;
adding a football program and going Divi-
sion I; staying Division II, and even stay-
ing Division II and adding football.
That is a lot to ponder for 29 people.
While Santa Rosa loves its sports, the
irony here is the entire committee is from
Okaloosa and Escambia County ... not a
single decision maker is from Santa Rosa
County.
This is even more off when you look at
the fact the educational institution will
be expecting Santa Rosa residents to buy
season tickets.
People can promise change, but change
is very, very slow.
Case in point: when you look at the Ar-
gos' athletic programs and their desires.
UWF is looking to build an athletic pro-
gram with little or no marketing of exist-
ing sports.
Basketball is not the crowning jewel in
the state of Florida, but it would be a good
guess that Pensacola Junior College will
outdraw the Argos when it comes to home
games.
The University of West Florida needs to
look at the big picture when it comes to in-
clusion.
Santa Rosa County plays a big part in
UWF's student population and many of its
educators are from here.
Yet none of them were selected to be on
this committee.
When questioned, UWF says there are
Santa Rosa people "involved" in the pro-
cess, but when you ask to speak to a de-
cision-maker regarding the process there
isn't a single one.
To meet the goal the University of West
Florida hopes to achieve, it needs to look
within.
Becoming a regional university with a
following like the University of South Ala-
bama requires a great deal of marketing.
There also must be a good deal of re-
cruiting of local talent.
Softball and baseball at UWF have
achieved this and to some degree. The
soccer programs are following suit, but
there are some sports, which look like a
listing of ambassadors to the United Na-
tions instead of a sports roster.
UWF is in a prime position and loca-
tion.
Sports are big in the three county area
of Escambia, Santa Rosa and Okaloosa,
but this isn't a Field of Dreams and "if you
build it" they may or may not come.
We can understand why Santa Rosa
County was created over 167 years ago as
an offshoot of Escambia County.
Ironically the place closest to the divid-
ing line is making sure the line gets wid-
er.
We wonder what it will take for us to
measure up in the eyes of our neighbor?



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Palin hit jackpot
with McCain

It was a lucky day for
Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin on
Aug. 29, 2008. That was the
day Sen. John McCain an-
nounced that he was nam-
ing her as his Vice Presi-
dent running mate. It was a
total surprise since most of
us who did not live in Alas-
ka ever heard of her.
Fast forward to Nov. 4,
2008: Sen. Barack Obama
and Joe Biden beat McCain
and Palin by a landslide.
However, that two months
experience for Palin play-
ing in politics with the big
boys is going to make her
rich.
Gov. Palin announced
July 3, 2009 that she will re-
sign her elected office be-
fore the end of this month.
She did not give us a clue
why she was throwing
in the towel. We will now
hear all the talking heads
around the country telling
us their opinions. Let me
be one of few with the in-
side scuttlebutt.
I can inform you in one
word; "money." I could end
right here and say "Mission
Accomplished." However, I
will spill the beans and ex-


plain.
She has a multi-million
book deal in the pipeline.
For reason beyond my un-
derstanding, people are
attracted to her like bees
to honey. She'll skip-hop
around the lower 48 states
making $100,000 speeches
wearing in her low-cut
wardrobe that she paid for.
John McCain gave Palin
a springboard for exposure,
and she is smart enough to
know that what she earns
as Governor is only tip
money compared to her
present plan. I believe she
is too smart to get into the
presidential race in the
coming years because a
snowball in hell would have
a better chance.

NOAH H. BELEW
Gulf Breeze, Fla.

Appalled and
disgusted
I am completely ap-
palled that anyone would
even still consider having
any kind of religion taught
or practiced in school or
any other county property,
I myself along with my wife
are pagan but we do not
force it on anyone else nor


do we want others religion
forced on us.
I personally thought that
this country was founded
on a freedom of realign for
all to believe as they wish,
however with prayer and
religion still in school that is
not the case. Every day one
hears something new about
the war of religion and ev-
ery day somebody has a
new argument to support
one side or the other, this is
all getting ridicules.
Hasn't anyone ever
heard of the separation of
church and state? It is best
for everyone that their not
be any kind of religion in-
volved anywhere with any
school or government prop-
erty, I believe that if any
kind of church activity is to
proceed before, during, or
after school hours that it
should be on church prop-
erty and not government.
If we are to coexist peace-
fully with one-another, then
we need to learn to respect
that their is more than one
religious belief in this coun-
try, people need to stop try-
ing to preach religion down
our throats at roadsides and
in the school system.

JASON MILLER
Milton, Fla.


The media
has gone wild
For me, this Indepen-
dence Day celebration will
not be a good one. I am ex-
pressing my opinion on the
Eve of Fourth of July
This is the problem: For
several days now the news
media (TV and print) have
been going over and over
about the death of Michael
Jackson. How many times
is it necessary to cover
one death? Yes, Jackson is
gone and that should end
the story.
United States Marines,
4,000 in force, recently
moved into villages in Tal-
iban strongholds in south-
ern Afghanistan. One Ma-
rine was killed and several
others wounded. The story
of the dead Marine hero has
not been in the news. This is
troubling to me; two Ameri-
cans are dead; one gets all
the attention in the media;
the other American Marine
is not thought of by the me-
dia, and he was killed while
defending the US Constitu-
tion and the Declaration of
Independence.
Need I say more?

NOAH H. BELEW
Ret. USMC, Gulf Breeze, Fla.


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Gospel concert to be held in Pensacola


The Dixie Echoes,

Florida Boys

to perform

In association with the Ameri-
can Cancer Society, there will be a
Florida Boys Reunion Gospel Con-
cert featuring The Dixie Echoes and
the Florida Boys at the Pensacola
Fairgrounds on Friday, July 10. The
doors will open at 5 p.m., and the
concert begins at 7 p.m. For tickets,
call 850-516-6646 or go to www.dixie-
echoes.com.


Beaver Creek
Baptist VBS
Beaver Creek Baptist
Church is holding its Va-
cation Bible School July
19-24 from 6:30-8 p.m.
nightly. Sunday through
Thursday will consist
of Bible study, snacks,
recreation, missions and
music. Friday night will
be Family Night, with the
awards ceremony and
supper for everyone. Our
theme this years is Wild-
wood Forest. For more in-
formation, please contact
Pastor Bob Govoni at 850-
902-6978.

Founder's Day at
Faith Baptist Church
Faith Baptist Church in
Milton will observe Found-
er's Day on Sunday, July
12. Pastor Dewey Mars
has served as Pastor for
five years. Come join us
as we celebrate 44 years
of Faith Baptist Church
"holding forth the Word of
Life."
We are inviting old
friends as well as meeting
some new friends. Come
and get acquainted!
Guest speaker will
be Pastor David Rowan
of the Lighthouse Bap-
tist Church in Crossville,
Tenn. He will be speaking


at both the morning and
evening services.
A great time of food
and fellowship will be en-
joyed following the morn-
ing service with dinner on
the grounds.
Special music will be
provided by Scott Fowler
of Eufaula, Ala., during
the evening service.
Service times are 9:45
a.m. for Sunday School,
with a class for all ages
from nursery through
adult. The morning wor-
ship service begins at 11
a.m. Sunday evening ser-
vice begins at 6 p.m.
The church is on the
corner of Dogwood (High-
way 89) and Hamilton
Bridge Road across from
the Bypass Farmer's Mar-
ket. For more information,
call 623-8207.

Single Parent
Support Group
to meet
A group for part-
time, full-time or just
sometimes single parents
will meet to talk about
the issues affecting your
family. When? It will be
Monday, 6:30 p.m., start-
ing July 13 at the Ferris
Hill Baptist Church, 6848
Chaffin St., Milton. Call
850/623-3500 for more in-
formation.


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Dear Pastor Gallups,
What is the big deal about President Obama's citizen-
ship and what does this have to do with the Bible?
Doc from Pace.
Dear Doc,
First, the Biblical implications - at the very least
- are that if we have an usurper in the Office of
President, then we have an illegal President in office.
Every piece of legislation he signs, every appointment
he makes, every Judge he seats, and every treaty he
signs will be ILLEGAL and non-binding. Some of
these laws, appointments, judges and treaties could
have a DIRECT effect on Christianity, Biblical and
moral issues, freedom of speech and religious freedoms
in the United States.
Secondly, the big deal about Obama's citizenship
is this; The U.S. Constitution requires that our
President specifically be "Natural Born." That is, he is
to be born in the Continental United States to U.S. citi-
zens as parents. This is a brilliant requirement of our
Constitution for the highest office in the land, the
Commander in Chief of our armed forces, the man with
his finger on the "red button" and the man who will
appoint Supreme Court justices and sign Executive
Orders affecting our lives and rights. Our founding
fathers could not envision someone holding this type of
power with the slightest potential to allegiance to any
other foreign government or power.
Obama has sealed his birth records, education
records, medical records, passport records and selective
service records by spending over 1 million dollars and
employing 3 law firms. All of this - while he calls for
"openness" in government! What is he hiding?
His Grandmother, his stepsister and stepbrother -
ALL say he was born in Kenya and that they WIT-
NESSED the birth. The Kenyan Ambassador is on
record stating that he was born in Kenya as well. We
have NO ONE who is on record as witnessing his birth
anywhere in the United States. Additionally, it is a
proven fact, that at the time of Obama's birth, his father
was a KENYAN-BRITISH citizen.
In other words...in all probability, we have an ille-
gal, usurper sitting in the office of President of the
United States. That, my friend, is a Constitutional cri-
sis and it very well may have Biblical implications as Z
well. I hope this sufficiently answered your questions..
Carl Gallups is the Pastor of Hickory Hammock Baptist Church. in Milton. He has a Bachelor of
Science degree from Florida State University, and a Master of Divinity from The New Orleans
Baptist Theological Seminary. He has been pastor of HIHBC since 1987. He serves as an
International Youth Evangelist for the Southern Baptist Convention preaching all over the U.S, and
Canada., For more information about HHBC, call 623-8959 or 626-8951, fax: 623-0197.
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Local


Wednesday, July 8, 2009


Navarre woman dies in three-car accident near Yellow River


PRESS GAZETTE STAFF REPORT
A Navarre woman died Sun-
day morning from injuries she
sustained in a three-car accident
on Highway 87 at the Yellow Riv-
er Bridge, where she was ejected
from the vehicle.


According to the Florida High-
way Patorl accident report, Kris-
tine McLaughlin, 27, of Navarre,
was traveling south when she
crossed the center line and into
the path of Ronald Germany, 47,
of Brandon, Miss.
Germany swerved onto the


Two-car crash injures


Milton woman, 79


PRESS GAZETTE STAFF REPORT
A Milton woman sustained
serious injuries Thursday
morning in a two-car acci-
dent on Chumuckla Highway
near Deer Creek Road.
Betty Arnold, 79, of Mil-
ton, was traveling south on
Chumuckla Highway and
steered right into the inter-
section of Deer Creek Road
and made a u-turn, police
said.
Arnold suffered serious
injuries when the u-turn


placed her into the path of a
van driven by Giulia Gerenc-
ser, 41 of Pace, who sustained
minor injuries, according to
the Florida Highway Patrol
report.
After impact, both vehi-
cles slid onto the east shoul-
der of Chumuckla Highway.
Arnold was transported to
Sacred Heart Hospital, while
Gerencser was taken to West
Florida Hospital.
Charges are pending in-
volving this accident, accord-
ing to the FHP


Milton woman's Jeep

overturns on 1-10

Other driver charged with right-of-way violation


PRESS GAZETTE STAFF REPORT
A Milton woman suffered
minor injuries when her Jeep
SUV flipped on Interstate 10
east of the Avalon Boulevard
exit Saturday morning.
Melissa L. McMillion, 21,
of Milton, was traveling west
on 1-10 in the outside lane
when the accident occurred
around 10:25 a.m.
Jodie L. McCranie, 60,
of Pensacola, was travel-
ing west on the north paved
shoulder of 1-10 and was at-
tempting to merge into the
outside westbound lane,
according to the Florida


Highway Patrol.
McCranie merged into
the path of McMillion and
the left side of the trailer he
was towing hit the right side
of the McMillion Jeep.
After impact, McMillion's
vehicle overturned and
came to a stop facing north
on it right side.
Neither McCranie nor his
passenger, Joann McCra-
nie, 59, suffered injuries, but
McMillion, was taken to Sa-
cred Heart Hospital in Pen-
sacola.
FHP Trooper G.D. Carn-
ley charged McCranie with
violation of right of way.


concrete shoulder of the bridge
but could not avoid McLaughlin's
vehicle, which was in his lane.
McLaughlin's Chevrolet
Tracker then started to spin and
struck a truck driven by Johna-
than Mitchell, 29, of Biloxi, Miss.,
who was towing a boat. The right


Attorney General Bill McCollum
has announced that his office has
reached an agreement resulting in
millions of dollars in refunds to Flor-
ida Verizon Wireless and Alltel con-
sumers for third-party charges on
their cell phone bills. Verizon Wire-
less LLC has also agreed to adopt
a series of "best practices" stan-
dards which will protect consumers
from third-party charges, including
charges for "free" ringtones and
other cell phone content customers
either didn't order or didn't realize
would result in a monthly charge.
"Consumers deserve to get their
money back when a company mis-
represents something as free that
isn't," Attorney General McCollum
said. "I commend Verizon Wireless
for providing full restitution to their
Florida customers and changing the
business model to better protect
consumers nationwide."
Cell phone content includes ring-
tones, music, wallpaper, horoscopes
and other material that is often pro-
moted by online marketers as "free,"
but ultimately ends up costing up to
$19.99 a month. The charges appear
on a subscriber's monthly wireless
bill and are usually recurring. The bill
charges often appear under the fol-
lowing indiscernible names: "Open-
Market," "M-Qube" and "M-Blox."
A large number of complaints
related to the mobile content in-
dustry led to an investigation which
revealed that thousands of Florida
consumers had received these
charges on their cell phone bills for
mobile content downloads that they
neither knowingly authorized nor
desired. Before the investigation,
Verizon offered its customers the


side of Mitchell's truck and trailer
were propelled against the wall of
the bridge.
McLaughlin was ejected from
the vehicle as her Chevrolet came
to a stop next to the steel guard-
rail at the end of the bridge.
Lifeguard Medical Services


ability to block third-party mobile
content and to implement parental
controls free of charge. The inves-
tigation and subsequent settlement
have been negotiated by the Attor-
ney General's CyberFraud Section.
Verizon Wireless has agreed to
first-of- their-kind standards for ad-
vertising on Web sites, prohibiting
the use of the word "free" without
clear disclosure of the actual price
and requiring all content providers
and advertisers to clearly and con-
spicuously disclose the true cost of
cell phone content. Verizon Wireless
will enforce these new standards
through its contracts with all con-
tent providers and advertisers na-
tionwide. Alltel will also be required
to adopt these "best practices" un-
der the company's acquisition by
Verizon Wireless.
As part of the settlement, the
company will pay a total of $1.5
million, with $1 million for Verizon
Wireless and $500,000 for Alltel, to
reimburse the state for the costs of
its investigation and to help the At-
torney General's Office fund the ef-
forts of the task force as it continues
to press for similar reform across
the industry. The agreement was
negotiated with full cooperation for
Verizon Wireless LLC.
The Attorney General's Office
has already obtained several settle-
ments with players from each part
of the industry, including marketers,
billing aggregators, content provid-
ers and wireless service providers.
Verizon Wireless is the second wire-
less provider to set up these stan-
dards and offer consumer refunds;
AT&T Mobility reached an agree-
ment in February 2008.


A.G. McCollum reaches settlement

with Verizon Wireless over charges


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pronounced McLaughlin dead at
the scene at 8:24 a.m.
Mitchell was transported to
Santa Rosa Medical Center with
minor injuries.
According to FHP Cpl. Chris
Nussbaumer, the accident is un-
der investigation.

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The order also forces CEAI
members to infringe upon the
rights of students and other
third parties.
The ACLU's Consent Order
broadly defines prayer, school
events and school officials so
that employees who bow their
head or fold their hands, pray
over meals during their lunch,
or voice agreement with anoth-
er's religious discussion at any
time on school property or at
any school event can be found
in contempt of court. When pri-
vate third parties use school fa-
cilities for after-school religious
events or church services, no
district employee on his or her
own private time may partici-
pate or communicate agree-
ment in any prayer or religious
discourse, even if he or she is
attending the event voluntarily,
outside of school hours.
Mathew D. Staver, Founder
of Liberty Counsel and Dean
of Liberty University School
of Law, commented: "Neither
students nor teachers shed
their constitutional rights at
the schoolhouse gate. Not
only does the ACLU want to
strip public school employees
of their rights to free speech
while working; the ACLU is
now arguing that they lose
their rights after work and off
campus. Public school employ-
ees are not required to aban-
don their faith to feed their
families."
Liberty Counsel is seeking
to intervene on behalf of CEAI
and will argue that the consent
order is too broad and thus un-
constitutional.


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Sports SIDELINE

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

East Milton Football Registra-
tion: East Milton Youth Association's
football registration will be held Tues-
days and Thursdays from 5:30-7:30
p.m. and the second and fourth Sat-
urdays of July and August from 10
a.m. to noon at the East Milton Ball
Park Board Room. East Milton Youth
Association is holding football reg-
istration for children ages 5-14. The
registration fee is $95 and includes
registration with Gulf Coast Youth
Football Alliance, game jersey, tro-
phy, use of: helmet, shoulder pads,
game pants, seven-piece pad set and
mouthpiece. Registration will contin-
ue throughout the summer until the
season begins. For more information,
call Carl Wells at 313-5440 or 983-8400
or visit us on the Web at www.east
miltonyouthsports.com

Milton Panther Hoops Camp:
Milton coach Murray Rutledge will
hold a basketball clinic July 27-31 at
Milton High School in Rosser Gym.
The clinic is for boys and girls ages 6
to 15. The camp will run from 3-6:30
p.m. The cost of the camp is $70. For
more information, contact Milton
High School.

Lawrence Tynes and Cortland
Finnegan football camp: Milton
High School will host the second an-
nual Lawrence Tynes and Cortland
Finnegan football camp July 13-15.
Tynes will be holding a kicking camp
July 13-14 for students fifth to 12th
grade, while Finnegan's position camp
will be July 14-15. The camps will run
from 1-4 p.m. each day. On July 14,
campers will have a pizza party and
autograph session with both former
Panthers from 4-5 p.m. The cost of
the camp is $50 and $75 to register
the day of. For more information, call
698-2034 or contact the Milton High
School main office.

Co-ed Softball Tourney: The Mil-
ton Lady Panther Softball Team will
be hosting a co-ed Slow Pitch Softball
Tournament on Saturday, July 25, at
Milton City Park. The entry fee is $150
per team. A team should consist of
three females and seven males. For
more information, call Jeanette at
341-8304 or Bubba at 393-9395.

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 5:30-8
p.m. Camps are scheduled this way
to minimize the risk of heat exposure.
For more information, call Louie Sa-
hin at 850-686-0192 or visit www.fc
santarosa.com.

Youth hoops camp: Bondurant's
Fun-D-Mental Basketball Camp will
be held July 27-31 from 9 a.m. to noon
at the Central High School Gymna-
sium. This camp will focus on the
fundamentals of the game of basket-
ball. The camp is for both girls and
boys who are entering 4th through
9th grades. Each day will consist of
fundamental drills, advanced drills,
competition, games and classroom
learning sessions. Only 35 campers
will be accepted. The cost of the camp
is $20, which includes a camp T-shirt
and daily snacks. For registration in-
formation, 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,
minimum of 10 players, maximum of
20 players, 10 game season - games
on Tuesday nights. This league is for
ages 16+ and open to the first six
teams that sign up. For more infor-
mation, contact Anthony Daughtery


da dogg20002001@yahoo.com or call
850-983-2242 and leave a message.

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 as well.


Pensacola Bay

Thursday, July 9, 2009
5:54 AM CDT Sunrise
7:49 AM CDT Moonset
12:10 PM CDT High tide
1.58 Feet
7:53 PM CDT Sunset
9:28 PM CDT Moonrise
10:57 PM CDT Low tide
-0.14 Feet

Friday, July 10, 2009
5:54 AM CDT Sunrise
8:44 AM CDT Moonset
12:35 PM CDT High tide
1.42 Feet
7:53 PM CDT Sunset
9:57 PM CDT Moonrise
10:58 PM CDT Low tide
0.00 Feet

Saturday, July 11, 2009
5:55 AM CDT Sunrise
9:38 AM CDT Moonset
1:00 PM CDT High tide 1.22 Feet
7:53 PM CDT Sunset
10:25 PM CDT Moonrise
10:51 PM CDT Low tide 0.1 8 Feet

Sunday, July 12, 2009
5:55 AM CDT Sunrise
10:33 AM CDT Moonset
1:21 PM CDT High tide
0.97 Feet
7:53 PM CDT Sunset
10:30 PM CDT Low tide
0.36 Feet
10:53 PM CDT Moonrise


This report represents some events the
FWC Northwest Region handled June 26
to July 2; however, it does not include all
actions taken by the Division of Law En-
forcement.

ESCAMBIA COUNTY
Officer Keith Clark checked an individ-
ual fishing from Pensacola Beach Pier and
found the subject in possession of undersize
king mackerel. A notice-to-appear citation
was issued.
Two individuals fishing nearby were
found in possession of eleven king mack-
erel. Both were issued notices to appear.

Officer Keith Clark checked an individual
fishing from the Lexington Pier in Pensac-
ola. He found the individual in possession of
undersize red snapper. A notice-to-appear
citation was issued.

Officer Faris Livesay and Captain Mary
Sumner were on water patrol of Perdido
River. Upon checking a vessel with two fish-
ermen, they discovered undersize redfish.
The vessel operator claimed responsibility
for the 13-inch fish. The subject was cited.

Officer Keith Clark stopped a vessel in
the Big Lagoon area of Perdido. The vessel
was rented from a local livery and was short
several life jackets. Clark escorted the ves-
sel back to the nearby livery and spoke to
the person who rented the vessel. Clark
discovered that the individual who rented
the vessel did not possess a required boat-
ing safety card. Clark issued the individual
a notice-to-appear citation and warned the
individual about rental of a vessel without
the required safety equipment.

Officer Faris Livesay was patrolling at
the Molino boat ramp when he recognized
a wanted subject from an incident that oc-
curred the prior weekend. The subject had
fled from Lieutenant Dan Hahr and was
wanted on charges of boating under the in-
fluence (BUI) and resisting arrest without
violence. When Officer Livesay attempted
to arrest the subject, he again fled into the
woods. Assistance from the Escambia Sher-
iff's Office was requested and received. A
canine tracked the man from the scene to
a residence where he apparently obtained
transportation. Another warrant was filed
charging the man with resisting arrest.

Officer Keith Clark checked a vessel in
Bayou Grande. He found the operator in
possession of an undersize gag grouper. A
notice-to-appear citation was issued.

SANTA ROSA COUNTY
Lieutenant Brian Lambert responded
to a complaint on Pensacola Beach that
two individuals were operating personal
watercraft (PWC) possibly under the in-
fluence of alcohol. Lambert arrived at the
ramp area and observed a vehicle towing
two PWCs and leaving the ramp. After ob-
serving the truck complete an improper
start as he entered the roadway adjacent
to the ramp parking lot, Lambert followed
the truck and observed it cross the center
line several times. Lambert stopped the
truck and noticed signs of impairment.
After performing poorly on field sobriety
tasks, the operator was arrested on driv-
ing under the influence (DUI). A search of
the vehicle revealed Oxycodone in a small
plastic bag. A computer check revealed an
active outstanding warrant for fraud out of
Mississippi. The driver was transported to
the Santa Rosa County Jail. At the jail, he
provided a breath sample of .128 and .144 g/


East Bay

Thursday, July 9, 2009
12:04 AM CDT Low tide
-0.30 Feet
5:52 AM CDT Sunrise
7:48 AM CDT Moonset
12:55 PM CDT High tide
1.89 Feet
7:52 PM CDT Sunset
9:26 PM CDT Moonrise

Friday, July 10, 2009
12:13 AM CDT Low tide
-0.17 Feet
5:53 AM CDT Sunrise
8:43 AM CDT Moonset
1:20 PM CDT High tide 1.71 Feet
7:52 PM CDT Sunset
9:56 PM CDT Moonrise

Saturday, July 11, 2009
12:16 AM CDT Low tide
0.00 Feet
5:53 AM CDT Sunrise
9:37 AM CDT Moonset
1:43 PM CDT High tide 1.46 Feet
7:52 PM CDT Sunset
10:24 PM CDT Moonrise

Sunday, July 12, 2009
12:09 AM CDT Low tide
0.22 Feet
5:54 AM CDT Sunrise
10:32 AM CDT Moonset
2:06 PM CDT High tide 1.16 Feet
7:52 PM CDT Sunset
10:52 PM CDT Moonrise
11:46 PM CDT Low tide 0.43 Feet


Blackwater River

Thursday, July 9, 2009
12:34 AM CDT Low tide
-0.30 Feet
5:52 AM CDT Sunrise
7:48 AM CDT Moonset
1:51 PM CDT High tide
1.89 Feet
7:53 PM CDT Sunset
9:27 PM CDT Moonrise

Friday, July 10, 2009
12:43 AM CDT Low tide
-0.17 Feet
5:53 AM CDT Sunrise
8:43 AM CDT Moonset
2:16 PM CDT High tide 1.71 Feet
7:53 PM CDT Sunset
9:56 PM CDT Moonrise

Saturday, July 11, 2009
12:46 AM CDT Low tide
0.00 Feet
5:53 AM CDT Sunrise
9:37 AM CDT Moonset
2:39 PM CDT High tide
1.46 Feet
7:53 PM CDT Sunset
10:24 PM CDT Moonrise

Sunday, July 12, 2009
12:39 AM CDT Low tide
0.22 Feet
5:54 AM CDT Sunrise
10:32 AM CDT Moonset
3:02 PM CDT High tide 1.16 Feet
7:52 PM CDT Sunset
10:52 PM CDT Moonrise


210L. The driver was charged with DUI and
possession of a controlled substance with-
out a prescription. The warrant was also
confirmed, and Mississippi agreed to extra-
dite. Two other related traffic citations were
also issued.

SANTA ROSA COUNTY COPS
Major Dave Pridgen, Captain Mary
Sumner, Lieutenants Dan Hahr and Doug
Berryman attended a pre-hunt meeting of
the Blackwater Fox Hunters Association
for their 44th Annual July Fox Trials. The
officers mingled with hunt participants and
attended the meeting of the judges and the
open event. Major Pridgen answered ques-
tions from the group regarding this year's
permit restrictions for the hunt.

OKALOOSA COUNTY
Officer Matt Webb conducted a fishery
inspection on a vessel in Destin Pass. The
inspection revealed undersize king mack-
erel. The captain of the vessel was cited.

WALTON COUNTY
Officer Ken White observed a subject
fishing in Choctawhatchee Bay along High-
way 331. An inspection of a cooler revealed
undersize red drum. The subject was cited.

On July 1, at about 11:30 p.m., Officer
Randall Brooks received a call from FWC
Dispatch that a Walton County Deputy
Sheriff was checking properties on Choc-
taw Beach when he observed lights behind
a residence. The deputy observed what he
believed were four subjects fishing with
a gill net. Officer Brooks arrived on scene
and began surveillance of the four subjects
on a dock behind a residence. Officer Don
Walker arrived on scene to assist Officer
Brooks with the surveillance. The FWC of-
ficers observed the subjects harvesting fish
from the nets and keeping the catch. After
watching the subjects for several minutes,
they approached and found the subjects
in possession of two monofilament tram-
mel nets (gill nets), undersize spotted sea
trout, undersize snapper and other various
species of fish. The four subjects lived and
worked together in Crestview. The subjects
were charged with being in possession of
illegal monofilament trammel nets, taking
fish by illegal methods (monofilament tram-
mel nets), and other misdemeanor charges.
In total, the two officers made four felony
charges and 18 misdemeanor charges and
issued four written warnings. The officers
seized two 50-foot monofilament trammel
nets.

WASHINGTON COUNTY
Officer Larry Morris responded to assist
the Washington County Sheriff's Office with
a request for an FWC boat to assist their
dive team on Roache Lake. A woman who
had been fishing recovered a woman's gar-
ment and reported it to the Sheriff's Office.
The diver found no evidence of any suspect-
ed foul play.

HOLMES COUNTY COPS
Lieutenant Hampton Yates and Officer
Larry Morris met with a Holmes County
commissioner and his crew at Lake Cassi-
dy concerning a clean-up and maintenance
operation. In three days, the Lake Cassidy
boat ramp road and ramp area were target-
ed utilizing the Florida Department of Cor-
rections guard and inmates trimming and
picking up litter. County personnel efforts
improved erosion and parking area en-
hancements. Plum Creek Timber Company


Navarre Beach

Thursday, July 9, 2009
5:52 AM CDT Sunrise
7:47 AM CDT Moonset
10:06 AM CDT High tide
1.49 Feet
7:52 PM CDT Sunset
8:49 PM CDT Low tide
0.02 Feet
9:26 PM CDT Moonrise

Friday, July 10, 2009
5:53 AM CDT Sunrise
8:42 AM CDT Moonset
10:35 AM CDT High tide
1.41 Feet
7:52 PM CDT Sunset
8:30 PM CDT Low tide
0.18 Feet
9:56 PM CDT Moonrise

Saturday, July 11, 2009
5:53 AM CDT Sunrise
9:37 AM CDT Moonset
10:58 AM CDT High tide
1.29 Feet
7:52 PM CDT Sunset
7:59 PM CDT Low tide 0.34 Feet
10:24 PM CDT Moonrise

Sunday, July 12, 2009
5:54 AM CDT Sunrise
10:31 AM CDT Moonset
11:13 AM CDT High tide
1.13 Feet
7:40 PM CDT Low tide 0.48 Feet
7:51 PM CDT Sunset
10:51 PM CDT Moonrise


personnel out of the Dothan and Gainesville
offices are cooperating in this continuing
endeavor.

HOLMES COUNTY
LieutenantYates foundfreshlitter among
the patrons at Lake Cassidy. He addressed
a few issues including open container of
alcohol. Yates found an intoxicated 23-year-
old DeFuniak Springs man passed out in a
vehicle with more than a dozen beer cans
and litter on the ground and shore. Walton
County EMS personnel and the Holmes
County Sheriff's Office responded to assist.
The subject was evaluated and released
back to Yates for the issuance of a littering
citation.

GULF COUNTY
While on water patrol in St. Joe Bay, Of-
ficer Tony Lee conducted a boating safety
and fisheries inspection of a vessel. He
found the charter captain and four custom-
ers in possession of 14 spotted sea trout fil-
lets in a cooler. After being questioned about
the fillets, the captain admitted to filleting
the trout. He also admitted to knowing it
was against the law; however, he explained
that he did it because he had another char-
ter fishing trip scheduled for that afternoon
and wanted to expedite his clients back to
the boat ramp. Lee cited the captain with
the misdemeanor and seized the 14 fillets.
Lee inquired about his charter fishing li-
cense and found that his fishing license had
been expired since 2006. Later this week,
Lee issued the captain a citation of having
an expired charter fishing license.

FRANKLIN COUNTY
Officer Travis Huckeba responded to
a capsized commercial oyster vessel just
south of the Apalachicola Bay Bridge. He
arrived on scene and found the five occu-
pants of the vessel all clinging to the side
of the overturned vessel. Huckeba, along
with a commercial harvester, helped re-
trieve the individuals from the water. Ac-
cording to the operator of the capsized
vessel, he attempted to leave the oyster
bar before the approach of a thunder-
storm, but the vessel was swamped by
waves, causing it to sink and eventually
capsize. No one was injured as a result of
the accident, and the commercial oyster
vessel was recovered.

LIBERTY COUNTY
Officer Hank Forehand was on land pa-
trol in the Apalachicola Wildlife Manage-
ment Area. He was on Forest Road 115 in
the area of Sheppard's Slough when he
observed a green Chevrolet truck parked
at the entrance of the slough. Tire sign in-
dicated an all-terrain vehicle (ATV) had
been unloaded. The ATV tracks led from
the vehicle down a dim road in the direc-
tion of the slough. He did not see anyone in
the immediate area, so he continued down
the road to White Oak Landing and then
returned to the Sheppard's Slough area. At
the entrance of the slough, he found that
the green Chevrolet truck had left. He con-
tinued down Forest Road 115 when he spot-
ted the truck. He approached and found the
truck occupied with three individuals. The
individuals had been fishing and each had
a cooler containing freshwater pan fish in
the bed of the truck. A freshwater fisheries
inspection found one cooler to be over the
bag limit of pan fish. The individual had 65
pan fish in his possession. Officer Forehand
explained that the daily bag limit of pan fish
was 50 and that he was 15 fish over the limit.
A citation was issued.


Tide REPORT


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Wednesday, July 8, 2009


SPORTS


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Dusty Kennedy, left, and Drew Kennedy


Twins toy with field for 1-2 finish


By BILL GAMBLN
sports @srpressgazette.com
What started out as a race
to catch Micah Kemp ended
up being brother against
brother.
In a familiar spot it was
Drew Kennedy racing against
twin brother, Dusty Kennedy,
to see who would win the 10th
Annual Jay Celebrate Free-
dom 5K in Jay.
At one point, Drew was
thinking of having a little fun,
but then he realized who his
competition was.
"I had thought of us finish-
ing side by side," Drew admit-
ted after the race. "But at the
last minute, I changed my
mind, as I thought he was go-
ing to get me.
"When it comes to compe-
tition, it is second nature as


Sandy Eubanks
far as running is concerned."
Dusty and Drew were trad-
ing the lead back and forth for
most of the second and third
miles until Drew took a lead
and held on to edge his broth-
er by a mere two seconds,
19:45 to 19:47.


"I knew he couldn't let me
win," Dusty said. "It was a
good race and the wind was
nice.
"I enjoyed the run today
because it could have been a
lot worse."
While Dusty and Drew
took the top two spots, it was
a sweep for the Royals cross
country team as Bugg Fisch,-
er came in third.
"It was a little hot out
there," said Fischer. "I was
with them until the second
mile, but after that, they left
me, and it was back and forth
between them."
Kemp seemed to be a force
for everyone until the water
station at the first mile.
He commented after the
race how some of the water
went up his nose, and it affect-
ed him the rest of the way.


On the women's side, it
was Pace's Sandy Eubanks
taking the top spot in a time
of 21:47.
"I didn't run the race I
would have liked to," said Eu-
banks. "I was about a minute
off my normal time.
"The wind picked up out on
the course, but it was a nice
run and the sun was nice."
This is not he first time for
Eubanks to visit Jay and com-
pete in this race.
"I come out here because
of Matt (Dobson)," Eubanks
said. "He is one of the best
runners in the region, and lo-
cally we have some great run-
ners.
"Matt overall is a wonder-
ful person with great ethics
and integrity, and I enjoy com-
ing out to support the runs he
organizes."


Pelicans make


mid-season


moves

Three new players include
2009 All-American

Pensacola completed a weekend
sweep of the Ft. Worth Cats with a
3-2 win on Sunday, and now they are
headed home for a series and a visit
from the San Diego Chicken.
The Chicken will make an appear-
ance on July 9 when the Pelicans
host the El Paso Diablos, with the
first pitch set for 6:35 p.m.
Heading into the series, which
started last Wednesday, the Pelicans
are coming off a three-game sweep
of the Cats following a few roster
moves at the midpoint of the season.
The Pelicans are now 24-24 and alone
in second place in the South Division
of the American Association just six
games behind the Cats of Ft. Worth.
The Pensacola Pelicans have
signed three new players to their
roster this week: left-handed pitcher
Adam Brandenburg, outfielder Adam
Darby and catcher Lou Palmisano.
Darby comes to the Pelicans fresh
off an All-American 2009 season with
Harding University in Arkansas. The
left-handed hitter set school records
with 16 homeruns and 64 RBI for the
Bisons in 2009. In his professional de-
but on July 2, Darby recorded a hit in
his very first at-bat. Last Wednesday,
he went 2-5 with two runs scored.
The right-fielder stands 6 feet tall
and weighs 205. He is part of a de-
fense that includes Lou Palmisano.
Palmisano joined the Pelicans in
Fort Worth and made his Pelicans
debut behind the plate Friday night.
The 6-foot-l-inch, 185-pound righty
started 2009 with the Sioux City Ex-
plorers and came to Pensacola as
part of a trade that sent Luis Bau-
tista to Sioux City. The 26-year-old
catcher was drafted in the third
round of 2003's amateur entry draft
by the Milwaukee Brewers. He spent
2006 and 2007 in double-A with the
Huntsville Stars, hitting 11 homers,
22 doubles and 63 RBI in 2007. Pami-
sano will catch for the Pelicans' most
recent addition, LHP Adam Bran-
denburg.
Brandenburg made his first pro-
fessional start since 2007 Saturday
in Fort Worth. The 6-foot-5-inch
southpaw pitched for the St. Paul
Saints in 2007 and was a teammate
of Pelicans' pitching coach, Justin
Lord. Brandenburg was originally
drafted by the Cleveland Indians in
the 21st round of 2003 after playing
college ball at Kennesaw State Uni-
versity. Brandenburg, who was born
in Atlanta in 1981, had a 2007 record
of 6-4, and his 4.22 ERA was a shade
lower than his five-year career ERA
of 4.39.
These players, along with Lester
Contreras, bring the Pelicans ros-
ter to 21 active players, including 11
pitchers, two catchers, five infielders
and three outfielders. To make room
for these additions, the Pelicans put
RHP Bubba Nelson on the Inactive
List July 3, put outfielder Rafael Al-
varez on the Disabled List retroac-
tive to June 28 and released catcher
Justin Humphries.


First-place winner Jim Davis, left, is shown in his "Bat Mobile." Dorhn Hanson, right,
Chair Judy Hodges, far right, to a "Barca Lounger" tour of Roland Park.


treats Lawnmower Committee


Mower decorators compete


Special to the Press Gazette
Woodbine Springs Plantation
subdivision held its fourth annual
Riding Lawnmower Event on July 4
at Roland Park. Festivities began at 6
p.m., with 10 mower entries and a wildly
cheering crowd.
The group of about 125 people
went wild at the creativity of this
year's entrants. Jim Davis won top
place for the mower decorating
contest with his "Bat Mobile." His
unique vehicle required a pit crew to
assist him in getting in and out of the
machine, which was enveloped by a
cloud of blue smoke.
Jim Wood took second place with
his "Missile Mower," complete with two
Hellfire-like missiles attached to his
machine.
Steve Burgess, last year's winner,
was dressed as Uncle Sam on his
mower. He won third prize with his
"Statue of Liberty," in which he towed
his daughter-in-law Lisa Burgess as
Lady Liberty.
An also-ran was Dorhn Hanson
towing his son John Hanson and
grandsons in his "Barca Lounger/


Mower." Other entries included Joyce
Burk, Betty Judson, David Magee, a
double bike with a canopy on top, and
two boys on bicycles, all decorated in
patriotic red, white, and blue.
The family event was previously held
only on Abel Avenue, but committee
members received such an enthusiastic
response that they decided to take it
throughout the subdivision this year.
After Steve Burgess and Dick
Hodges led the crowd in the Pledge
of Allegiance, the parade was on. The
10 contestants, in a cloud of smoke
and roar of engines, drove, pedaled
and pushed their vehicles around
the subdivision to the appreciative
spectators.
The crowd was treated to hot dogs
and all the fixings and dishes provided
by residents of the subdivision to share
with their neighbors.
After an awards ceremony
MC'd by John Hanson with his
megaphone, the trophy was awarded
to Davis and prizes to the winners.
Then Judy Hodges, chair of the
lawnmower committee, was treated to a'
tour of the park by Dorhn Hanson in his
"Barca Lounger/Mower."


Steve Burgess' entry, "Statue of Lib-
erty," featured his daughter-in-law
Lisa Burgess as Lady Liberty.


Prescott wins national tie-down roping title


Special to the Press Gazette
Cody Prescott, a 2006
graduate of Jay High
School, was named the 2009
National Intercollegiate Ro-
deo Association Tie-Down
Roping Champion.
The College National
Finals were held in June in
Casper, Wyo., where each
of the eleven regions in the
United States send their
top three qualifiers in each
event. Prescott attends
Southern Arkansas Univer-
sity, which is a member of
the Ozark region.
This was the third year
for Prescott to qualify for
the National Finals. His
freshman year, he placed
fourth in the nation, his


sophomore year, he brought
home sixth place, and this
year, he won it all.
"Everything just seemed
to fall into place for me this
year," Prescott said. "The
cattle were pretty tough,
but I just roped them one
at a time and tried to make
them good."
With a shot at the. title,
Prescott had some misfor-
tune that he doesn't plan on
happening ever again.


"Last year I got out to
Wyoming and my horse got
hurt before I ran my first
calf," Prescott said. "I made
it through the week on a
borrowed horse I had never
ridden before.
"This year I took two of
my best horses just in case
something happened to one
of them."
Prescott hadlots of family
out in Wyoming rooting him
on, including his parents,
Jeff and Marsha Prescott
of Jay. The final round was
taped by ESPN-U and will
be broadcast in August.
Prescott won a saddle,
championship belt buckle,
scholarship, boot certificate
and some cash for his ef-
forts.


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Wednesday, July 8, 2009


Sheriff's REPORT


The following arrests
were made from June 1 to
June 8, 2009.
Cole. Jeffery Lamar;
Male; 42, 5354 Stakley Ln,
Milton; Probation Violation-
Felony or Corn Serv. 6/1/09
Lively, Tiffany Nicole;
Female; 22; 4708 Geri St.,
Milton; DUI Alcohol or
Drugs 1st Offense. 6/1/09
Stelly, Charlene Marie;
Female; 43; 4038 Kentwood
St, Pace; Larc-Retail Theft
$300 More 1st Offense.
6/1/09
Walsh, Ronald Joseph;
Male; 45; 7050 Andora St.,
Navarre; Damage Prop-
Crim Misch Over $200 Un-
der $1,000, Burglary-Unoc-
cupied Structure Unarmed,
Resist Officer-Obstruct W/O
Violence, Resist Officer-Ob-
struct By Disguised Person.
6/1/09
Burgin, Turner Elaine;
Female; 45; 5649 Gardenia
Ave. Milton; Probation Vio-
lation-Felony. 6/1/09
Hudson. Kristin Heath-
er; Female; 27; 7442 West-
gate Dr., Milton; Probation
Violation-Felony. 6/1/09
Pace, Rachel Renee; Fe-
male; 23; 10 Bluff Springs
Rd, Century; Probation Vio-
lation-Felony or Com Serv.
6/1/09
Casey. James Allen;
Male; 29; 5160 Catalina St.,
Pace; Battery-Touch or
Strike, Burgl With Assault
or Battery, Larc-Petit 1st Of-
fense. 6/2/09
Smith, Lindsey Hanes;
Female; 24; 8050 Briaroak
Dr., Pensacola; DUI Alcohol
or Drugs 1st Off. 6/2/09
Holt. Victor Herbert;
Male; 52; 913 Cypress Wood
Lane, Sarasota, FL; Dam-
age Prop-Crim Misch Over
$200 Under $1,000, Burglary
Unoccupied Structure Un-
armed, Veh Theft-Grand 3rd
Degree. 6/2/09
Kelson, Marquel Anto-
nias; Male; 33; 6055 Savan-
nah Dr., Milton; Resist Offi-
cer-Obstruct W/O Violence,


Possess Cocaine, Narcotic
Equip-Possess And or Use.
6/2/09
McClain, Kasai Taldma;
Male; 34; 5890 Queen St.,
Milton; Probation Violation-
Felony or Corn Serv. 6/2/09
McDonald, Charlotte El-
len; Female; 63; 5040 Braxton
Ln, Pace; Battery-Touch or
Strike (domestic violence),
Obstruct Police-Deprive of
Means Protection or Com-
munication. 6/2/09
McElwain, Aleta Ward;
Female; 84; 1184 Longwood
Drive, Gulf Breeze; Aggrav
Battery-Cause Bodily Harm
or Disability (domestic vio-
lence). 6/2/09
Nichols, Julius Shake-
speare; Male; 17; 6390
Manassas Court, Pensacola;
Probation Violation-Felony
or Comm Serv. 6/2/09
Smith, Jeffery Michael;
Male; 44; 3237 College Ct.,
Gulf Breeze; Outof State Fu-
gitive From Justice. 6/2/09
Whitfield, Benjamin
Franklin; Male; 36; 1789 NW
220 A Street, Radford, FL;
Battery On Detention Fa-
cility Employee W/Fluids.
6/2/09 *
St. Laurent, Milly J; Fe-
male; 40; 1214 21st Street, St.
Galveston, TX; Interference
with Child Custody. 6/2/09
Beck, Angie Lynn; Fe-
male; 27; 3751 Boardwalk
Ct., Gulf Breeze; Fraud-Non
Disclosure Chng Status
Public Aid $200 or More.
6/2/09
Heider, III, George Rob-
ert; Male; 35; 6620 Fairmont
St., Navarre; Fraud-Obtain
Controlled Substance By;
6/2/09
Ammons, Kelly Michelle;
Female; 21; 5526 Alabama
St., Milton; Aggrav Battery-
Cause Bodily Harm or Dis-
ability (domestic violence),
Crimes Against Person Cor-
rupt By Threat Public Ser-
vant or Family, Disorderly
Intox., 6/3/09
Cooley, Jesse Aaron;
Male; 23; 317 Evergreen


Drive, Mary Ester; FL; Pro-
bation Violation or Comn.
Serv. 6/3/09
Davis, Frankldin Leon;
Male; 28; 99357 N. Davis
Hwy. (Home Stay Lodge)
Pensacola; Probation Viola-
tion-Felony or Com. Serv.
6/3/09
Diguilio, Jeff Dale; Male;
34; 4967 Bell Ridge Road,
Pace; Out of State Fugitive
From Justice. 6/3/09
Locke, Shawna Denee;
Female; 39; 4513 Palm Dr.,
Milton; Amphetamine-Pos-
sess Wit Sell Mfg Deliv
Sched II or III or IV Resist
Officer-Obstruct By Dis-
guised Person, Drugs Pos-
sess Cntrl Sub W/P Pre-
scription. 6/3/09
Nichols, Mary Ann; Fe-
male; 54; Living in Automo-
bile; Failure to Appear for
Felony Offense. 6/3/09
Rawlinson, III, Ira Fran-
cis; Male; 37; 5669 Ridgeway
Blvd., Milton; Amphetamine
TrafficorMethamphetamine
14 Grams or Over, Narcotic
Equip-Possess Manufac-
ture Deliver, Drugs-Possess
Listed Chemical Wit Manu-
facture Cntrl Subs. 6/3/09
Johnson, Carla Marie;
Female; 47; 4325 Forte St.,
Pace; Probation Violation-
Felony or Com. Serv. 6/3/09
Dunn, Amanda Gayle;
Female; 27; 9950 Lynn Dale
Dr., Pensacola; Burglary,
Fraud. 6/3/09
Cotton, Lisa Renee;
Female; 47; 6853 Langley
St., Milton; DUI Alcohol or
Drugs 1st Offense, Drugs
Possess Cntrl Sub W/O Pre-
scription. 6/3/09
Douglas, Brandon Keith;
Male; 22; 6701 Shaggy Oaks
Rd, Milton; Drive While Lic
Susp 2nd Offense, Drugs-
Possess Cntrl Sub W/O Pre-
scription. 6/3/09
Beard, Jessica Elaine;
Female; 20; 242,0 Langley
Ave., Pensacola; Fraud-Ob-
tain Cntrld Sub By (3 cts.).
6/4/09
Krieger, Tracy O'Neal;


Male; 45; 4395 NE 33rd Ave.,
Ocala; Out of State Fligitive
From Justice. 6/4/09
Lamar, Jeffery Levert;
Male; 18; 1105 Medford Ave.,
Pensacola; Veh Theft-Grand
3rd Degree. 6/4/09
Nason, Corey Michael;
Male; 19; 6079 Hialeah St.,
Pace; Probation Violation-
Felony or Com. Serv. 6/4/09
Smith, Robin Marie; Fe-
male; 31; 107 Smith Circle,
Newnan, GA; Larc-Theft
is $300 or But Less Than
$5,000 (2 cts.), Fraud-Swin-
dle-Obtain Property $20,000
Less Than $50,000, Fraud-
Utter False Instrument (2
cts.). 6/4/09
Thompson, Jacob NMN;
Male; 26; 1933 Serosa Dr.,
Navarre; Battery On Offi-
cer Firefighter EMT Etc., (2
cts.). 6/4/09
IFoster, Troy David;
Male; 23; 4200 Alderwood
Dr, Pace; Probation Viola-
tion-Felony or Com. Serv.
6/4/09
Johnson, Trevor Casey;
Male; 17; 2731 Penn St.,
Navarre; Burgl of Unoccu-
pied Dwelling Unarmed No
Asslt/Batt, Larc-Petit 1st Of-
fense. 6/4/09
Scott, Catherine Rose;
Female; 17; 3146 Live Oak
St., Navarre; Lare-Theft is
$300 or More But Less Than
$5,000. 6/4/09
Talreja, Ramesh Par-
manand; Male; 53; 4 Porto-
fino Drive, Pensacola; DUI
Alcohol or Drugs 1st Of-
fense. 6/3/09
Boykin. Kolton Lewis;
Male; 20; 8915 Deer Ln, Na-
varre; Burgl Unoccupied
Conveyance Unarmed,,
Fraud-Illeg Use Credit
Cards to Obtain Goods Un-
der $300. 6/6/09
Peck Dallas Lloyd; Male;
24; 5870 Cedar Tree, Milton;
DUI Alcohol or Drugs 1st
Offense. 6/6/09
Elliott, Ryan Foster;
Male; 19; 1981 Jessica Way,
Navarre; Probation Viola-
tion-Felony. 6/5/09
Girard, Shawn Steven;
Male; 3*2 6436 Hwy. 90 (Em-
erald Sands Inn); Milton;


Probation Violation-Felony
or Commty Cont. 6/5/09
McBrVde, Julia Annette;
Female; 26; 3214 De La Rue
Dr., Milton; Sex Offender
Violations Fail to Report
Name or Residence Change.
6/5/09
Sage. James Kent; Male;
62; 2217 Hester St., Pasca-
goula, MS; DUI Alcohol or
Drugs 2nd Offense, Drive
on Permanently Revoked
Driver License. 6/5/09
Smith, Claudia Eugene;
Female; 62; 6418 Maddox
Rd, Milton; Probation Vio-
lation-Felony or Commty
Cont. 6/5/09
Smith, Steven Wayne;
Male; 31; 4550 Tamarind Dr.,
Pace; Opium or Deriv-Traf-
fic 4 Grams to Under 30 Ki-
lograms. 6/5/09
Stivers, Jason Devilla;
Male; 21; 2213 Kerra Ln,
Navarre; Burgl Unoccu-
pied Conveyance Unarmed
(2 cts.), Dealing in Stolen
Property. 6/6/09
Allen, Delores Zaharski;
Female; 55; 4670 Dove Way,
Crestview; DUI Alcohol or
Drugs 1st Off. 6/7/09
Hodges, Elizabeth Ar-
lene; Female; 48; 3232 Red-
wood Ln, Gulf Breeze; DUI
Alcohol or Drugs 1st Off.
6/5/09
Sage, James Kent; Male;
62; 2217 Hester St., Pasca-
goula, MS; DUI Alcohol or
Drugs 2nd Offense. 6/5/09
Foster, Jeremy Paul;
Male; 29; 5416 Barcelona St.,
Pace; DUI Alcohol or Drugs
1st Off. 6/5/09
Gentry, Jason Layton;
Male; 36; 5852 Pebble Ridge
Drive, Milton; DUI Alcohol
or Drugs 1st Offense. 6/7/09
Kosko, John Matthew;
Male; 39; 6203 Hickory Cove
Lane, Charlotte, NC; DUI
Alcohol or Drugs 1st Off.
6/5/09
Brown, Osric Jamar;
Male; 31; 6916 Bushnell St,
Bagdad; Drive While Lic
Susp Habitual Offender, Re-
sist Officer W/O Violence,
Possess Cocaine, Narcotic
Equip-Possess And Or Use.
6/5/09


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Lic Susp Habitual Offender.
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Polischeck, Jason An-
drew; Male; 18; 3050 Laurel
Dr., Gulf Breeze; Probation
Violation-Felony. 6/5/09
Torres, Sr., Francisco
Javier; Male; 38; 4805 At-
taway Dr. Pace; Drugs-Sell
Other Schedule III or IV (2
cts.). 6/5/09
Vollers, Brandon Na-
thaniel; Male; 20; 1119 Park
Ln, Spring Glove, IL; Burgl
Unoccupied Conveyance
Unarmed, Fraud-Illegal
Use Credit Cards To Obtain
Goods Under $300. 6/6/09
Bauer, Russell; Male; 31;
420 Brown Place, Crestview;
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Lorenzo; Male; 26; 4801 Bal-
boa Dr., Orlando, FL; Pro-
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idence Change. 6/8/09
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Use Display Etc. Firearm
During Felony, Robbery
With Firearm. 6/6/09
Miller, Jonathan Ryan;
Male; 28; 6847 Donna Dr.,
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tion-Felony or Commty
Cont. 6/8/09
Neely, Jothany Vache;
Female; 26; 7225 Crane Ave.,
Jacksonville, FL; Fraud-
Non Disclose Chng Status
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chael; Male; 30; 10248 Sugar
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roe; Male; 20; 659 Carmody
Hill Rd., Cantonment, FL;
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Wednesday, July 8, 2009


Local


Santa Rosa's Press Gazette I B3


Free memory screens
Forgetful? Repeating
questions? Having trouble
finding words? If these be-
haviors describe you or
a loved one, West Florida
Hospital's Memory Disorder
Clinic may be able to help.
The Memory Disorder
Clinic will offer free memory
screens by appointment only
during the month of July
from 8:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m. on
the following dates: Monday,
July 13; Wednesday, July 15;
Monday, July 20; and Thurs-
day, July 30.
The screenings will be
offered at the offices of the
Memory Disorder Clinic lo-
cated on the first floor of the
West Florida Rehabilitation
Institute, 8391 North Davis
Highway, Pensacola. Free
valet parking is available.
Gradually increasing
memory problems may be
a result of normal aging, but
they can sometimes indicate
a more serious condition. In
those instances, the MMSE
(Mini-Mental State Exami-
nation) Memory Screen-a
tool utilized by the Memory
Disorder Clinic-can help
detect them. Though not
diagnostic, the MMSE is a
brief, standardized measure
of mental status and is an in-
dicator of current cognitive
mental state.
The free screening takes
30 minutes or less, but ap-
pointments are required. To
schedule an appointment,
call (850) 494-3212.

City of Milton meetings
Milton's Historic Preser-
vation Board is scheduled to
meet in regular session on
Thursday, July 9 at 5:30 p.m.
in the Council Chambers at
City Hall.
Milton's City Council will
meet in Regular Session on
Tuesday, July 14 at 5 p.m. in
Council Chambers of City
Hall, 6738 Dixon Street.
For further information
on the meeting, contact the
City Manager's office at 983-
5411. All meetings are open
to the public.

Sleep Support
Group to meet
The Sleep Support Group
meets on the 2nd Tuesday


of each month from 5:30 to
6:30 p.m. in the Community
Rooms of the West, Florida
Rehabilitation Institute,
8391 N. Davis Highway in
Pensacola.
The next meeting is
scheduled for Tuesday, July
14, and the featured speaker
will be Robert Dawkins,
PhD, MPH, certified sleep
specialist with West Florida
Hospital. During the ses-
sion, Dr. Dawkins will dis-
cuss "Sleep Disorders and
CPAP Therapy." Support
group participants are also
encouraged to bring their
CPAP machines to the meet-
ing if they would like to have
their pressures checked or
ask questions about their
treatment.
The session is FREE and
open to anyone with a sus-
pected or confirmed sleep
disorder; family members
are also welcome. Registra-
tion for the session is re-
quired. To register, call (850)
494-3212.

Healthy Start Coalition
The Healthy Start Coali-
tion of Santa Rosa County,
Inc. will NOT have a regular
meeting during the month
of July 2009. The next regu-
lar Healthy Start meeting
is scheduled for Monday,
August 10. For further infor-
mation, contact the Healthy
Start Coalition at 626-6751.

Spinal Cord
Injury reunion
The Spinal Cord Injury
Reunion Group meets on the
2nd Tuesday (July 14) of each
month from 2:00 - 3:00 p.m.
in the Community Rooms of
the West Florida Rehabilita-
tion Institute, 8391 N. Davis
Highway in Pensacola.
The next meeting is
scheduled for Tuesday, July
14 and the topic will be "Hur-
ricane Preparedness."
The Spinal Cord In-
jury Reunion Group meets
monthly to offer support
and the latest information
about spinal cord injury for
anyone who has suffered a
spinal cord injury or other
illness that results in simi-
lar deficits and difficulties,
such as Guillain-Barre Syn-
drome, Multiple Sclerosis,


and ALS (Amyotrophic Lat-
eral Sclerosis). Caregivers
and family members are
also welcome.
Registration is not re-
quired. However; for more
information about the Spinal
Cord Injury Reunion Group,
call (850) 494-3212.

Car Wash
Bring your cars, trucks
or whatever you are driving
and help support the Bag-
dad Volunteer Department
at Ollie's Neighborhood
Grill, 6181 Hwy 90, Milton.
FIn begins at 8 a.m. until...
on Saturday, July 11. Car
wash is sponsored by the
Bagdad Volunteer Fire De-
partment.

Pet parade & contest
Just a reminder for you
to be thinking and planning
on a costume for your pet,
or pets, if you're planning
on entering them in the
Pet Parade & Contest to be
held during the Peanut Fes-
tival on Sunday, October 4.
Registration will begin at 10
a.m. that day. Registration
is free. There will be cash
prizes. There will also be an
UnusualPet Category again
this year. All pets must be on
leashes or held, No danger-
ous pets allowed (no python


snakes). The 20th Annual
Peanut Festival (Admission
is free) will be October 3-4
on the Gabbert Farm, about
4.5 miles south of Jay. For
more information, please
call 850-675-6823.

Blood Drive scheduled
Northwest Florida Blood
Services will conduct a
blood drive at West Florida
Hospital on Wednesday,
July 15 from 7:00 a.m. until
6:00 p.m. The Bloodmobiles
will be parked at the rear
of the hospital adjacent to
Johnson Avenue to accom-
modate donors. All types of
blood are needed.
First-time blood donors
must show photo identifica-
tion. Blood drive donors will
also receive a free t-shirt
from Northwest Florida
Blood Services.
Northwest Florida Blood
Services is our community's
blood center, serving the
patient and family needs
of northwest Florida and
southeast Alabama. Each
unit of blood collected will
benefit up to three people of
all ages and all walks of life
throughout our area.
For more information
about the blood drive at
West Florida Hospital, call
(850) 494-3212.


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of Cantonment.
Rachel is a 2005 graduate of Pace High School
and a 2008 graduate of the University of West Flor-
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Love Childcare Center and as a substitute teacher
for the Escambia County School District.
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New park and ride lot now open on US 90 at SR 87


Special to the Press Gazette
If you have had the
chance to travel down Ava-
lon Boulevard (State Road
281) south of Milton near
Interstate 10 (1-10) lately,
you probably could not help
but notice that at any given
time there are approxi-
mately 30 cars, trucks, and
SUVs parked in the park &
ride lot constructed there


barely one year ago. What
started out as commuters
parking their vehicles in
the dirt alongside the road-
way has turned into one
of the newest, paved and
most heavily utilized park
& ride facilities in North-
west Florida.
Now, drivers in East
Milton will have the option
to park and share a ride as
well. The Florida Depart-


ment of Transportation
(FDOT) is nearing comple-
tion of a new park & ride lot
at the intersection of US
90 & SR 87, resulting from
a survey conducted by
the West Florida Regional
Planning Council's Ride On
Commuter Services staff.
Those in charge of the lot's
construction are hoping for
success similar to that at
the Avalon Boulevard Park


& Ride.
"We see the need for a
park and ride lot in east-
ern Santa Rosa County:
vehicles parking daily on
private land near the 1-10
interchange at SR 87," ac-
cording to County Trans-
portation Planner Nancy
Model. "Public land was
available at US 90/SR 87.
We hope commuters in the
eastern part of the County


will take advantage of the
new park and ride lot to
save gas and wear and tear
on their vehicles. Commut-
ers in this area of the Coun-
ty drive long distances to
work and school."
Providing safe, secure,
and convenient parking
facilities for commut-
ers wishing to carpool or
vanpool is an important
piece of the FDOT District


Three's (headquartered in
Chipley) overall transpor-
tation pie since it removes
automobiles that otherwise
would be operating on the
roadways from daily peak
hour traffic, lessening the
demand for roadway space,
increasing capacity, easing
congestion, and eliminat-
ing carbon emissions-all
goals of the FDOT Park &
Ride program.


Student receives Cuban American Association scholarship


Pensacola Junior Col-
lege announces the Cuban
American Association of
Pensacola awarded PJC
student Mary Heuvelman a
$500 scholarship.
Heuvelman, who gradu-
ated summa cum laude
from PJC in May, received
the scholarship for her


art project on the Mariel
Boatlift of April 1980. The
Mariel Boatlift was named
for the northern Cuban
port, Mariel Harbor, from
which thousands joined an
unprecedented exodus to
the United States and was
rooted in Fidel Castro's an-
nouncement that anyone


who wanted to leave Cuba
could do so.
As a PJC Robinson Hon-
ors Scholar, Heuvelman
studied in Europe; she was
also selected as PJC's de-
partment of History/Lan-
guages/Philosophy 2009
scholar. This summer,
Heuvelman is studying


Spanish in Costa Rica be-
fore attending Franciscan
University, Steubenville,


Ohio, as a Spanish major in
the fall.
For more information,


contact PJC professor of
Spanish Zeida Ward at 484-
1689, zward@pjc.edu.


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Local


Santa Rosa's Press Gazette I B5


Milton Woman's Club hits the beach at final meeting of year


The GFWC Milton Wom-
an's Club, Inc. held their
installation of 2009-2010 of-
ficers at the historic Milton
Clubhouse on June 4. The
evening began with a cov-
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by the members of the
award-winning organiza-
tion. "Summer's Here!...
Let's Luau at the Beach"
was the theme and guests
were welcome to a room
filled with tropical beach
decor and colorful hats to
wear.
The main program
speaker was Charlene
Mauro Fearon, teacher at
Navarre High School and
head of the Navarre Beach
Marine Science Station.
This Santa Rosa County
educator is also the recipi-
ent of the National Marine
Educators Association Out-
standing Teacher Award for
2009. She will receive the
honor at ceremonies in July
at the association's confer-
ence in California.
In addition to the Na-
tional honor, Mauro Fearon
received the Outstanding
High School Science Teach-
er Award from the Florida
Association of Science
Teachers in 2007 and was
Santa Rosa County Teach-
er of the Year in 2005. And,
her list of awards doesn't
stop there.
Mauro Fearon estab-
lished the marine station
and it will open in July.
There will be programs for
students, hands-on school
programs and teacher


workshops. She is a teach-
er dedicated to education
and to making a difference
in the lives of students.
When students look back
years down the road, she
will certainly be at the top
of many lists of teachers
who made a lasting impact
on their lives.
The mission of the Sta-
tion is to promote the ap-
preciation, conservation
and understanding of the
marine ecosystem of coast-
al Florida through educa-
tion and service. Assisting
Mauro with the presenta-
tion was Chris Verlinde,
Marine Science Agent with
the Santa Rosa County Ex-
tension Service. She also
works with Mauro and the
Marine Station. For more
information on how you can
become a volunteer email
mauroc@mail.santarosa.
kl2.fl.us.
As a fundraiser for
the new Marine Station,
a "duck race" was con-
ducted in a pool inside the
Clubhouse. Contributions
are being accepted for the
Station and four kinds of
plaques will be mounted to
the entrance gate in memo-
ry of, in honor of or just for
donating the following: $50
Flounder; $100 Seahorse;
$500 Sea Turtle; and $1000
Whale. The Club will have
a flounder and seahorse in
their name.
Jill Pait, American Can-
cer Society, spoke to the
group about the R.O.C. K.
(Reaching Out to Cancer


Kids) Camp Sendoff Party,
hosted yearly by the Wom-
an's Club. The event was
held at the Zoo on June
7. The party included all
the children from coun-
ties along the Gulf Coast
and gives the parents an
opportunity to meet with
ACS representatives and
get information regarding
the week-long camp their
children will be attending.
Kids attending the camp
left on Wednesday, June 10
for a memorable trip and
lots of fun.
A new member installa-
tion for Kathy Cowell was
conducted and it was fol-
lowed by member awards
and the installation of of-
ficers. Awards, voted on
by the membership, were
also given for the follow-
ing: Jerry Coney Leader-
ship Award, Pam Mitchell,
for her leadership and
ability to guide, direct and
encourage others to go the
extra mile; Mary Commons


Spirit Award, Elaine Tyree,
for demonstrating the abil-
ity to enliven, animate and
add cheerfulness to the


Woman's Club; and the
New Member Award, Janet
Rothbart, for demonstrat-
ing leadership and spirit.
Officers for the coming
year are: President, Anthea
Amos; 1st vice president,
Paula Lou Mapoles; 2nd
vice president, Cecile Ste-
phens; recording secretary,
Janet Rothbart; corre-
sponding secretary, Elaine;
treasurer, Cindy Lampre-
cht; and co-parliamentar-
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Mitchell. Presiding over
the installation was FFWC
District 1 director, Shirley
Gaddis.
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evening, newly installed


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Campus Dean and Aca-
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Milton Campus, spoke
briefly and outgoing presi-
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was presented with a gift
from the club by Pam
Mitchell. Cecile Stephens
read two poems about vol-
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poles for her term of office
and all the wonderful work
she had done as president
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Local


Wednesday, July 8, 2009


Photography show scheduled for July 10-12


The 16th annual Power of Pho-
tography show and product expo
is scheduled for July 10-12 at the
Wright Place in downtown Pensaco-
la. Admission and parking are free.
Sponsored by the Wide Angle
Photo Club and major contribu-
tor Lipham and Poppe Investment
Group of Wells Fargo Advisors,
this family-friendly event is a ben-
efit for ARC Gateway, which re-
ceived $5,000 from last year's POP
show. WEAR-TV3 news anchor Sue
Straughn is again honorary show
chair.
POP 2009 is also one of the hot-


test venues for the Downtown Art
District's Association mid-summer
Gallery Night. The free trolley route
for DADA Gallery Night will include
POP 2009 at 60 E. Wright Street as
one of its stops.
The three-day event includes a
juried photography contest, free
Saturday seminars and a photogra-
phy product expo. Last year's show
had over 150 photo contestants from
Gulfport to Quincy and 1,000 show
visitors.
Over $2,000 in prizes and dozens
of ribbons will be awarded to the fin-
est photographs, which were sub-


mitted for jurying on June 20. The
public may vote for People's Choice
and purchase photos with commis-
sion going to ARC. Twenty-five na-
tional vendors have donated over
$8,500 in photography merchandise
for display, demonstrations, silent
auctions and drawings.
POP show hours are 10 am to 9
p.m. on Friday, July 10; 10 am to 5
p.m. on Saturday, July 11; and noon
to 4 p.m. on Sunday, July 12. See the
club's Web site at www.wideangle-
photoclub.org for sponsor names,
seminar details and other needed
information.


Santa Rosa Medical Center earns recognition


Special to the Press Gazette
Santa Rosa Medical Center has
earned Quality Respiratory Care
Recognition (QRCR) under a nation-
al program aimed at helping patients
and families make informed decision
about the quality of the respiratory
care services available in hospitals.
"This certification represents
the significant quality standards our
hospital provides to the community,"
stated Larry Wilkinson, Director of
Cardio/Pulmonary Department, "It
demonstrates the commitment of the
entire department in achieving rec-
ognition from our governing body."
About 700 hospitals or approxi-
mately 15 percent of hospitals in the
United States have applied for and
received this award.
The QRCR program was started
by the American Association for Re-
spiratory Care (AARC) in 2003 to help
consumers identify those facilities
using qualified respiratory therapists
to provide respiratory care. Hospi-
tals earning the QRCR designation


ensure patient safety by agreeing to
adhere to a strict set of criteria gov-
erning the respiratory care services.
To qualify for the recognition,
Santa Rosa Medical Center provided
documentation showing it meets the
following conditions:
All respiratory therapists em-
ployed by the hospital to deliver bed-
side respiratory care services are
either legally recognized by the state
as competent to provide respiratory
care services or hold the CRT or
RRT credential.
Respiratory therapists are avail-
able 24 hours.
Other personnel qualified to per-
form specific respiratory procedures
and the amount of supervision re-
quired for personnel to carry out spe-
cific procedures must be designated
in writing.
A doctor of medicine or osteopa-
thy is designated as medical director
of respiratory care services.
The AARC's QRCR program
grew out of growing concerns among
health care leaders and the general


public regarding the safety and qual-
ity of health care services provided
to patients. Hospitals that meet the
QRCR requirements provide a level
of respiratory care consistent with
national standards and guidelines,
and should be commended for their
commitment to quality care. A list of
QRCR hospitals is maintained at the
association's website for consumers,
YourLungHealth.org.
Respiratory therapist are special-
ly trained health care professional
who work under physician's orders
to provide a wide range of breath-
ing treatments and other services to
people with asthma, chronic obstruc-
tive pulmonary disease, cystic fibro-
sis, lung cancer, AIDS, and other
lung or lung-related conditions. They
also care for premature infants and
are key members of lifesaving re-
sponse teams charged with handling
medical emergencies. The AARC is a
membership organization represent-
ing more than 46,000 health profes-
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Flotilla celebrates local


resident's advancement


Seven members of
the local Coast Guard
Auxiliary Flotilla attend-
ed the recent Change of
Command ceremony
held at Friday, April 24,
2009, in the Fort Whit-
ing Armory, on Brookley
Field, in Mobile, Ala-
bama. This ceremony
marked the installation
of Captain Stephen Pou-
lin, a resident of Pace,
to the command of US
Coast Guard Sector
Mobile. Sector Mobile
includes an area of re-
sponsibility (AOR) that
encompasses all or part
of four states: Missis-
sippi, Alabama, Florida,
and Georgia. It stretch-
es from the Pearl River,
Mississippi in the west
to St. Marks, Florida to
the east, over 330 miles
of coast and 1,700 miles
of inland waterway.
Captain Poulin is a
1984 Graduate of the
United States Coast
Guard Academy. His
most recent assign-
ment was that of Dep-
uty Commander, Coast
Guard Sector Mobile,


under Captain Edwin
M. Stanton, whom he
now replaces. Captain
Stanton will soon move
on to a command po-
sition at Coast Guard
Sector New Orleans.
The members of Flo-
tilla 01-08, the "Guard-
ians of the Blackwater,"
were very proud to have
received a personal in-
vitation from Captain
Poulin to be a part of
this time-honored tradi-
tion where the current
commanding officer
is formally relieved of
his or her duties by a
selected candidate in
a ceremony involving
personnel, family and
friends.
"We are very proud
to have the new Com-
manding Officer live
right here in our coun-
ty," said Flotilla Com-
mander Paul Fernan-
dez, "and even more
proud to have been in-
cluded in this important
event. We look forward
to a very good working
relationship with the
new command."


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Opportunities
, (k * 5110 - Money to Lend
. | 6120
Englewood, FL beach
S 51 00 house and brand new
3BR/2BA luxury beach
ALL CASH VENDING! condos for rent. See
Do you earn $800 in a Englewoodbeachhouse.co
EMPLOYMENT ay? 25 Local Ma- m
4100- Help Wanted chines and Candy w/o July 4. available.
4110 - Restaurants/Clubs $9,995. (888)629-9968 Contact Lee Hollis
4120- Sales BO2000033 CALL US: (913)385-5400 or
4130- Employment We will not be under- leehollis@hollislawfirm.c
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S 6140
3 +1 Lawn service,
water and garbage pro-
vided. $775 mth. $500
dep. 994-7982
3 bedrooms, 1 bath.
Downtown, newly
remodeled. Reduced
S$595. month.
(850)776-2792
3 Br/2 BA in-town loca-
tion. $800 mth. plus
dep. 850-593-6015
4 BR/2BA on Welcome
Road. New paint, new
carpet. $975 mth. $975
dep. Fenced yard.
Steve (850)294-9034 or
Peggy (850)261-1127
3BR 2 Bath Laundry
Room, Privacy Fence
Backyard Shed, Car-
port, Very Clean,Private
& Quiet close to 1-10.
$750 mo 626-2606.
4Br '3Ba Foreclosure!
$11,500! Only
$217/Mo! 5% down 15
years @ 8% apr. Buy, 3
Br $199/Mo! for listings
(800)366-9783 ext 5798
Cute ole Florida
Home
Milton 3 br/1 ba, CH/A,
W/D. Good location.
Bike trails. Schools.
$700 mo. 623-8365.
East Milton
8753 John Hamm
Road. For Lease 3/2
New carpet. All gas.
Water furnished. $750
mth + deposit. (850)
276-7993.
Milton
2 bed/1 bath
duplex
central heat and air. no
pets. 500dep/550 per
month 994-9391
Pace
3578 Acy Lowery Rd.
5br/4.5 baths; 3,614 sf.
$1,750 mo. $1,750 dep.
478-4607, Eric Gleaton
Realty, Inc.
Pace
Newly renovated. 3
bedrooms with fenced
backyard. $775. month
255-8012
Plantation Woods
Subdivision $795 a
month. 3/2, 1200 sq. ft.
850-287-5338 or
321-946-2888

Santa Rosa
Realty
623-0077
* 1br, 1 ba Stewart'St
$400
* 3 br, 1 ba Camille
Gardens $765
* 3 br, 1 ba Geri St.
$800
* 3 br, 2 ba, Debbie
Dr. $800
* 4 br, 2 ba, Lansing
Dr $950
* 4 br, 2 ba Hawks
Nest $1100
* 4 br, 2 ba Player's
Place, $1100
*4 br, 2 ba
Ridgeview $1100


Roommate wanted to
share my beautiful
clean heme in Milton.
Military & Seniors Wel-
come, Close to ameni-
ties! 623-5704 Lucille.


Small 2 bedroom,
ideal for single or cou-
plo. East Gate Mobile
Ho01o Ranch, 626-8973
Will GIVE A WAY a
mobile home. Ideal for
storage. 626-8973


| 7160SO
0 Down
For all land owners.
Your land or family
land. All Credit O.K.
850-682-3344
Get your share of the
Government
Bailout...


. *Receive up to $8000 to
h. elp buy your new
61.. .70(. '" ' home... Call Clayton
Homes of Crestview for
2 bedrooms (front and details 850-683-0758
rear), 2 baths. Total
electric. Dishwasher. , . , New Govern-
East Gate Mobilemet Financing
Home Ranch 626-8973 REAL ESTATE FOR SALE Progrment Financm!g
7100 - Homes On all 3 or 4 Bed-
3/2. Total electric. On 7105-Open Houses rooms Rates as low as
corner lot. East Gate 7110- Beaci Home/ rooms Rafes as low as
corner lot. East Gate Property 4.75%. No Credit or
Mobile Home Ranch. 7120 - commercial Bad Credit OK! Call
626-8973 7130 C- ondo/Townhouse Clayton Homes of Cre-
7140 - Farms & Ranches stview 850-683-0758
7150- Lots and Acreage
Avalon Blvd. 7160- Mobile Homes * *
2/2. Total electric. 7170 - Waterfront - *
626-8973 7180 - Investment 7190 - -
__________________________ Property
7190 - Out-of-Town Coastal * Georgia
Doublewide MH on - Real Estate BANK ORDERED SALE
Hickory Hammock Rd. 7200 - Timeshare 1 + Acre Ocean Access
3 BR/2 BA $650 mth. $29,900 (888)982-8952
plus dep. 850-593-6015 x 5192
after 4 p.m. 4 www.oceanaccess299.
a 7100 com

EFFICIENCY APT.
Rent by the week. icW "JrFOAN Head for the Smoky
$150. (utilities incl.) Mountains 2 night/3
THREE TRAILERS day stay only $99
Rent by the week. Bank Owned Prop- Home sites starting @
Nice, clean & quiet. erties Free Lists $29,900 Paved roads,
No pets. 995-1717 Cellstate Gulfcoast water, sewer & club-
Realty 850-472-2500 h o u s e
www.ocoeemountaindub.co
Jay / Milton/ Pace Destin m
Rentals 2 & 3 bed- Destiny West, (866)228-6147
rooms. $400-$650 per By Owner
accepmonth. Section 8 / Hud Close to the beach, ***FREE Foreclosure
accepted. 994-5703 Beautiful 2 story Listings*** Over
stucco, tile roof, 4 bd, 400,000 properties na-
Marlborough Village 2.5 bth on Paradise tionwide. LOW Down
2/2 with covered front Isle. 3255 sqft, neigh- Payment. Call NOW1
porch, central heat & borhood pool, tennis, (800)446-9804.
air. $375 month, $250 Built in 2005. $820,000.
deposit Garbage incl. Call 830-3287 for show-
626-6464 ing. Agents welcome. LAKE BARGAIN! 3+
For Sale, Lease AC - just $49,900 (was
or ae, Lease $89,900) Nicely
Milton (Bruce Lane) Option or Rent wooded, private lake
Includes water, gar- 6439 Appaloosa Ave. access. Ready to build.
bage and lawn service. Remodeled 3/2 1216 sf Owner will finance.
2/2 for $450 month. $96,500 ($8,000 tax Only one -save big.
2/2 for $350/month credit) (850) 393-3084 Call now (866)352-2249
Call 698-4582 FORECLOSED HOME
AUCTION - FLORIDA WALK TO LAKE! 1.7
Mobile home lots for STATEWIDE - Auction AC -$14,900 Free Boat
rent or sale. Can ac- starts July 11. 700+ Slips! (Was $29,900)
commodate 12, 14, 16 Homes MUST BE Incrdible deal on
or doublewide. East SOLD! REDC I Free wooded estate-size
Gate Mobile Home B r o c h u r e wooded a aivte fsin
Ranch. 626-8973 www.Auction.com RE parcelGoodprivat fro ng
Off-A duNo. CQ103tilities, more. Excellent
Off Avalon Blvd. W bank & owner financ-
2 bedrooms, covered ing. Call now
entry, all electric, cen- (888)792-5253, x 3064
tral heat & air. Water & 77150
275 dep. 910-3131 mo BWB Do Something Good
Parkwood For Tomorrow
Off Avalon Blvd. Estates Lot D 1 L
3/2 with covered entry. $144,000 RECYCLE
All electric, central heat Residential lot in
& air. Water & garbage gated Bluewater Bay TODAY!
incl. $500 month, $400 community. One of
deposit. 910-3131 the last vacant lots in
the Bolton Village
Pace section. Level lot with
(off Hamilton Bridge large oaks. Call (850) RECYCLE!
Rd.) 897-0993 after 5PM
3/2 with fenced yard or visit
$500 month, $300 dep http://members.cox.net/
500 onth, $300 dep. ospreycove/
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RECREATIOAL |
8100 - Antique & Collectibles
8110 - Cars
8120 - Sports Utility Vehicles
8130 ,Trucks
8140 - Vans
8150 - Commercial
8160 - Motorcycles
8170 -Auto Parts
& Accessories
8210 -Boats
8220 - Personal Watercraft
8230 - Sailboats
8240 - Boat & Marine
Supplies
8245 - Boat Slips & Docks
8310- Aircraft/Aviation
8320 - ATV/Off Road Vehicles
8330 - Campers & Trailers
8340 - Motorhomes


2006 Suzuki 650 S40
Blvd. $3,200. 995-0255



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GUIDE, 3 layer Polyeth-
line canoe. Very good
condition. Used 10
times. $315 cash. Mil-
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CSALE)GOODJULY_89_2009______JULY_____2009


Boneless Beef
Top Sirloin
Steaks
2b98
Ib


Fresh Whole
Boneless
Pork Loins
1491b

Sliced Free

Valleydale
Jumbo Franks

90 16 oz


Family Pack
Split Fryer
Breast

961b


Georgia Boy
Smoked
Sausage


16 oz


Blackwell
Angus
Ground Chuck
l56
S 6 Ib


Carolina Pride
4x6 Brown
Sugar ,Honey
or Cooked Ham


California Juicy
Sweet Red Ripe
Strawberries
77lb



Ritz
Crackers

22316oz


GA Special
Smoked
Sausage

1010
1010 lb bag


12pk 12 oz cans
Dr. Pepper
Soft Drinks
275


Peanut Patch
Boiled
Peanuts
Reg or Cajun

71. oz
17.5 Oz


Velvet


Velvet
Towels

52 rol,


Washington
State
Large Sweet
Bing Cherries
I70
* lb


Furlani Garlic
Bread


STOR HO ]UR: ['ii Mr9tP M ]917 DAJYSJA WEEK


/riGmoc ce r y
L E OutleY
SALE PRICES GOOD THRU JULY 14,2009
E IELE L N ON


Cost includes freight, fee, and any associated expenses.


4025 HWY 90
850-995-8778
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Bagged Fresh
Whole
Fryers

901


Gwaltney 1/4
Sliced Brown
Sugar or Reg
Smoked Ham
238Ib
lb


Valleydale
Twin Pack
Hotdogs
70o
24 oz pkg


California
Crisp Large
Iceberg
Lettuce

84thead


Fresh Express
Crisp American
or Italian Salad


Nunn-Better
Mini-Chucks
Dog Food
607
16 lb


Jif Peanut
Butter
18918o


Luzianne
Tea Bags
1I17
24 ct


Velvet
Tissue


4pk


Armour
Vienna
Sausage

42* o,


Mt. Olive
Kosher Dill
Pickles

20 o36


Gain 2x
Liquid
Detergent

511 oz


24pk 12 oz
Cans/Bottles
Miller Lite

15s7


24pk 16.9 oz
S.F.
Water
272


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Pace Location Only * 4025 Hwy 90
Plus a 10% Surcharge Added at the Register
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