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Title: The Santa Rosa press gazette
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Publisher: Milton Newspapers
Place of Publication: Milton, Fla
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Burglars take second helping from helping hands


By BILL GAMBLING
bgamblin@srpressgazette.com
For the second time in just over
a week, someone has burglarized -
the Helping Hands Mission Store
on Highway 90 in Pea Ridge.
The first robbery occurred
back on the evening of Aug. 19 and
the second one occurred this past
Thursday morning.
The Santa Rosa County Sher-
iff's Office has investigated both
burglaries, but has not issued any
statement report as to why this


has possibly occurred.
For Pastor Dewey Mars of
Faith Baptist Church on Dogwood
Drive, which operates the mission
on Highway 90, this is just another
setback
"This has hindered us and our
mission work, of course," said
Mars about the two breaking. "But
this is not something that will put
us out of business.
"These two have been pretty
significant, but over the past few
months we have lost a generator
and other things."


In the first robbery, unknown
suspects destroyed a small safe
while taking clothes and other
various items, which included an
undisclosed amount of cash.
Thursday nights robbery saw a
larger safe taken as well as some
computer monitors come up miss-
ing and or damaged.
Asked if the current times and
economy could have'played a part
in the robberies, Mars felt like it
could.
"The economics today could
have played a factor in these bur-


glaries, I feel like," said Mars.
It is unknown at this time how
much money was taken in both
robberies, but officials with the
Santa Rosa County Sheriff's Office
are investigating the matter.
Mars is awaiting word this
week from the Santa Rosa County
Sheriff's Office on some of their
findings from the first robbery
where suspects cut the wires to
security camera equipment and
trashed the hard drive in a trash
receptacle, which was recovered.
The cash taken was not that


major, but the amount of damages
done is adding up.
"When everything is included it
could be several thousands of dol-
lars," said Mars. "The cash wasn't
that major, but when you look at
the replacement costs of a safe
that was busted and another that
was taken along with damages the
figures can get very high.
"Right now we are having to
check into some security equip-
ment, which can get very expen-
sive, but we have come to a place
where we can't do anything else."


Phillip Wright stands
in front of the - k
medical center he

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Deputy is injured


in crash while


responding to call


By BILL GAMBLING
bgamblin@srpressgazette.com

A Santa Rosa County
Deputy was Life Flighted
to Baptist Hospital in Gulf
Breeze following a two-car
accident.
Dept. Corey Brown sus-
tained injuries in the two-
vehicle crash around 8:13
p.m. Friday night on High-
way 98 in Navarre.
Brown was respond-
ing to reports of an armed
disturbance when the ac-


cident occurred according
to reports from the Santa
Rosa County Sheriff's Of-
fice at the intersection of
Highway 98 and Andorra
Street in Navarre.
Brown, who was Life
Flighted for fear of pos-
sible serious injuries, was
later treated and released
from Baptist Hospital in
Gulf Breeze.
The Florida Highway
Patrol is investigating the
crash, but have yet to re-
lease a report on the acci-
� dent.


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New medical center CEO has right medicine for job


Story and photo by MATHEW PELLEGRINO
mpellegrino @srpressgazette.com
The new CEO of the Santa Rosa Medical
Center knows what leadership is all about. He
has 25 years of healthcare experience behind
him, and is a former CEO of a hospital in Spar-
tanburg, South Carolina.
Phillip Wright, a former Escambia County
resident doesn't just want to shape the hos-
pital into something better, he wants to bring
medical care to the front burner in Santa Rosa
County.
"I want to continue to add services and re-
cruit physicians," said Wright, "I want people
in Milton, Pace, and Navarre to be able to ac-
cess the same medical care they get over in
Pensacola."
For Wright, a UWF graduate, these changes
mean renovations to the hospital, and potential
growth in the community.
"The goal I have is to create more aware-
ness and aggressive marketing. The key will
be new construction, and I want to encourage
our team to get involved in the community so
they can be a part of things."
The community is Wright's key to success,
and for now, his goal is to get a plan down for
the next few years.
"Right now I'm evaluating what they call 'the
master facility plan', and setting my priorities."
Wright drove down from his previous resi-
dency in South Carolina on Wednesday to meet
and greet his new coworkers the following
morning. The drive, according to Wright was


well worth it.
"We did a build-your-own sundae party and
on Friday we went to a Pelicans game."
At the game, Wright was able to see first-
hand how far the hospital has expanded it's
presence across the Panhandle community.
The Santa Rosa Medical Center is the new
medical provider for the Pelicans, and recently
designed a mascot to run alongside Scoop at
the Pelicans games.
McScrubbs, the new hospital mascot is one
example of how far the hospital has grown out-
side of the county, and a projection of where
Wright hopes to take the facility
"I'm excited to expand the facility and grow
the market. I want people to come here and re-
ceive the care they need."
That goal should be met according to Wright
once the hospital gets involved in the commu-
nity.
"Healthcare is very local and very commu-
nity oriented," said Wright. "It's all about re-
lationships, and we want to take care of people
like they are our family."
With three COO titles under his belt, and a
motivation to revisit his roots in the Panhandle
community, Wright says lie thinks this hospi-
tal has great staff and great opportunities to
spread its wings.
The new responsibility is something Wright
says excites him, and he wants to help every
person out in there own way.
"I plan to be very visible in the community,
and I want to take care of people," said Wright,
"that is something I take very seriously."


"I want to continue to add services and recruit physicians.
I want people in Milton, Pace, and Navarre to be able to access
the same medical care they get over in Pensacola."

Phillip Wright, new CEO of Santa Rosa Medical Center


Emerald Coast Honor

Flight announces October

trip to Washington D.C.


Special to the Press Gazette

On October 21, Emer-
ald Coast Honor Flight will
send 103 World II veterans
from the First Congressio-
nal District to Washington
D.C. to see their World
War II memorial. This will
mark the fifth flight since
the inaugural trip on April
30, 2008. Since then, Em,
erald Coast Honor Flight
has transported more than
400 World War II veterans
to Washington to see their
Memorial.
Spearheaded by Con-
gressman Jeff Miller, Em-
erald Coast Honor Flight,
a non-profit volunteer or-
ganization comprised of
regional business leaders,
active and retired military
personnel, was created to
honor our local World War
II veterans. The all vol-
unteer-staffed and dona-
tion-funded Honor Flights
provide free travel and
guardianship for World
War II veterans to visit the
monument that memori-
alizes their service. Con-
gressman Miller believes
this district has a duty to
honor the commitment
and sacrifice the 16 million
Americans who served
during the war and honor
the memory of the 400,000
who died in battle.
The World War II Me-
morial was completed 60
years after the end of the
war, and for many it was
too late. Our surviving
World War II veterans de-


serve to see their memo-.
rial and Emerald Coast
Honor Flight is faced with
the very real challenge and
honor of getting these he-
roes to their memorial in
time. According to the De-
partment of Veterans Af-
fairs and Arlington Nation-
al Cemetery statistics we
are losing approximately
1,200 World War II veter-
ans each day. Thousands
are on waiting list for vari-
ous honor flights around
the country and Emer-
ald Coast Honor Flight is
asking the public for its
support to help make the
dreams of our World War II
veterans come true.
Each trip to Washington
D.C. costs approximately
$80,000. As with the four
previous Honor Flights,
the October 21 trip will be
made possible through the
donations from individuals
and corporate sponsors.
The community's gener-
ous support ensures there
is absolutely no cost for the
veteran to travel. Emerald
Coast Honor Flight will
continue to schedule the
trips to Washington, D.C.
as long as funds allow.
Companies like Pen Air
Federal Credit Union, the
See HONOR FLIGHT A6


Jim Fletcher
Publisher
623-2120


fletcher@ pressgazette.comn


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Local


Wednesday, September 2, 2009


Speak OUT


Sunday, 5:52 p.m.
Just wanted to reply to the
person complaining about the
Pace fire dept. I drive by every-
day also all I ever see is the fire-
fighters out washing and clean-
ing their trucks every morning.
I wish people would take a step
back and look at what a great ser-
vice the fire department provides
at such a low tax. Look anywhere
else in the country and some are
up to two or three hundred dol-
lars for fire tax. If you really want
to make a difference join a volun-
teer fire department instead of
just bashing them in the paper.

Saturday, 6:46 p.m.
Yes this is Donna. I am read-
ing about the fire station issue.
I am having .to pay more in fire
taxes than I pay in property tax-
es. I with they would put this on
a separate bill. I am on a fixed
income and something needs to
be done. Please put on a sepa-
rate bill instead of putting on my
property taxes.


Saturday, 6:45 p.m.
Yeah, I was born and raised
in Pace and don't know where
all the people are coming from.
I am over 60 years old and I use
to could not find a job. Now peo-
ple are coming here and finding
work or if they don't do that then
they open their own business. All
I can say is go back where you
came from and that is all I have
to say.

Saturday, 6:34 p.m.
Yes this is to the person who
drive by the fire truck. Only one
person drives the big truck up
and down the road using our tax
dollars. No they don't care if it sits
there or not. I think they need to
take the tax off our deeds. Write
congress or senators and urge
them to not raise our taxes again,
they are high enough.

Saturday, 4:52 p.m.
C.J,. here. I still believe that
all these elected officials need
a 50-percent pay cut because


everyone is losing their jobs,
homes, and vehicles. Politicians
don't seem to care about the
public. These politicians don't
even know we are in a recession
and don't care either. I think it is
a good idea to reduce their pay
in half and then some of them
would still be over paid then.

Saturday, 4:35 p.m.
This is Ed. Where they put
the grass at near the Imogene
Theater looks pretty, but the wall
there needs painting or a mural
there so it will look dressy for all
the people coming from that di-
rection.

Saturday 1:10 p.m.
Yeah this is Gene. For the per-
son who drives by the Pace Fire
and Rescue almost every day.
That little truck you see is broken
down and we are having people
looking at it, trying to get it fixed.
We are also thinking about sell-
ing it. We have room for it at our
stations, but it has no equipment
on it and it is easier for people to


come look at it there. By the way
nobody said we had a lot of mon-
ey, but the money we have we try
to put to good use and hope the
people of Pace appreciate that.

Friday, 9:31 p.m.
Big shout out to the couple
who paid our way into the Pace-
Navarre Jamboree this Friday
night. I didn't have enough
money ($7/ticket) for the four of
us and had walked away from the
gate and was surprised to have a
young lady approach me and ex-
plain her boyfriend had paid our
way into the game. I offered her
the $17 bucks I had and she gra-
ciously declined. Thank God for
their generosity and unselfish-
ness! Kindness and gentlemen-
like character still exists. Go
Patriots!

Friday, 6:56 a.m.
Hi, my name is Jewel. For
those who are interested in info
for the tea party's the address is
www.teapartyexpress.com.


Thursday, 6:03 p.m.
What a beautiful legacy he
had. This is Marie. I am con-
cerned about Edward Kennedy,
the last of the brothers. What
a beautiful way to go with the
memorial they will have for him
on Saturday. I hope the people
of Milton, Pace, Pensacola, and
Jay would remember the great
things he did instead of criticize
him.

Thursday, 12:18 p.m.
Yes this is George. When you
put your coffee mug in the mi-
crowave the handle always stops
at the back. I wonder how the
microwave manufacturers are
smart enough to do this.
Editor's note: George, we
have tried this after your con-
cern in our microwave and un-
fortunately we did not have this
happen to us.

If you have a short comment
you would like to make, call the
Speak Out line at 623-5887.


1948-2009
John Elliott
Roys, age 60, of
Pensacola, FL,
passed away
Friday, August 21,
2009, at Sacred
Heart Hospital.
He was born
December 8, 1948, R
in New York City,
New York to the
late George Elliott Roys
and Marie Theresa Kessig
Roys.
John retired from the
Navy having served as an
air traffic controller. He
was a U.S. Navy Veteran
having served in the
Vietnam Conflict from
1968-1969. He enjoyed
golf, reading, swimming
and playing with his dog,


. _Obituaries


Sergio.
Survivors
include his wife,
Brenda Roys,
a son,William
"Billy" Roys,
two daughters,
Julie Mueller and
Jackie Roys, all of
ROYS Florida; a sister,
Janet, of New
York; and two
grandchildren.
In lieu of flowers, please
make a donation to your
local humane society.
National Cremation &
Burial Society of Milton
has been entrusted with
the arrangements.
- Let the family know you
care. Sign the guest book
under news/obituaries at.
www.srpressgazette.com.


1921-2009
Wiley Benjamin Morrell,
was born October 27, 1921,
in Harold, FL. Mr. Morrell
retired as a transport
operator for the Trucking
Division of the Florida DOT.
He is survived by his
wife of 64 years, Mattie
E. Trotter Morrell; five
children, Jerry Morrell,
Deborah Mozley, Edward
Morrell, Jack Morrell
and Joe Morrell; 24
grandchildren and many
great-grandchildren.
The family received
friends on Wednesday,


August 26,2009, from
6:00 to 8:00 p.m. at Lewis
Funeral Home Milton
Chapel. Service was held
6n Thursday, August 27,
2009, at Hickory Hammock
Baptist Church. Pastor
Walter Long of Harold
Assembly of God, officiated.
Friends may send
condolences and share fond
memories with the family
at www.lewisfuneralhomes.
net
Let the family know you
care. Sign the guest book
under news/obituaries at
www.srpressgazette.com


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Elected OFFKIALS


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@santorosa.fl.gov.
* District. 4: Gordon Goodin; 6467 Avenida De
Golves, Navarre, FL 32566; phone 939-4949. E-mail is
comm-goodin@santaroso.fl.gov.
* District 5: Lane Lynchard, 6495 Caroline St., Suite
M, Milton, FL 32570, phone 932-1340. E-mail is comm-
lynchard@santarosa.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; fax 202-228-5171.
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5274, fax 202-224-8022.
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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@mail.
santarosa.k12.fl.us.
* District 2: Hugh Winkles, 5684 Nicklaus Lane,
Milton, FL 32570, 623-6299. E-mail is winkleseh@
mail.sontarosa.kl2.fl.us.
* District 3: Diane Coleman, 9400 Octavia Lane,
Navarre, FL 32566, 939-2661. E-mail is colemonmd@
mail.santarosa.k12.fl.us.
* District-4: JoAnn J. Simpson, 5059 Faircloth St.,
Pace 32571,. 994-5446. E-mail is simpsonji@mail.
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.k12.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 Joy, ayor Kurvin Quails, 3822
Highway 4, Jay, FL 32565, 675-2719.
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NOTICE OF PUBLIC MEETING
Notice is given that the Santa Rosa County
Value Adjustment Board will meet on Friday,
September 4, 2009 at 8:30 a.m. in the Board of
County Commissioners meeting room located in
the Santa Rosa County Administrative Complex
at 6495 Caroline Street in Milton, Florida. The
purpose of this meeting will be to discuss hiring
and compensation of an Attorney Special
Magistrate for the 2009 Value Adjustment Board
hearings.


John Elliott Roys


Wiley Benjamin Morrell


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up or shut up

Citizens of Santa Rosa, it's time for to put up
or shut up.
For a long time many have been decrying
different things going on ... including the
ACLU telling local children they cannot pray.
Others have decried the way many try to
live here and the area's quality of life.
All of these terrorists-like acts pale in
comparison to what some company in New
York has done.
Its Web site www.pacehighschool.com is not
only deplorable. Don't go to that Web site, trust
us, it has nothing to do with school or Pace.
As members of the media, we whole-
heartedly believe in up holding the right to free
speech, but freedoms have limits. Long ago,
we learned the right to free speech does not
give someone the privilege of standing up in
a crowded theatre and screaming, "fire." Or,
as others have pointed out, one person's right
to extend his arm ends at the tip of another
person's nose.
In short, while we would defend this web
publisher's right to publish this material, we
highly question his wisdom in choosing a name
for the site.
The Internet is a great tool. it offers the
various personalities and individuals across
the globe s chance to view things they might
otherwise not be able to view. For some, that
could be good, for others, it could be bad.
But there has to be some boundaries.
We are not telling those in the adult
"entertainment" industry they do not have a
right to practice their business, but that there
are other ways that do not involve using the
name of a-high school (or any establishment
frequented by children).
And this high school name is represented
not only in Florida, but also in New York,
Texas, Washington, Ohio, and Arizona.
www.Cheapies.com registered this domain
and is protecting the individual by not
releasing the actual name of the persons)
behind the corporate name of Pimproll.com
Well that is their choice, but they can also
hear the public's displeasure..
So, we're calling the bluff of every Santa
Rosa citizen. We say it's time to stand up for
the morals so often espoused here. We suggest
you actually call Cheapies.com at 1-866-707-
7633 and ask them if they feel this is free
speech and the proper use of the name Pace
High School.
History does not bode well for porn sites.
One there was White House.com (nope, it
was NOT the official site of the U.S. President's
home) and then there was Candyland.com.
President Clinton tried to get WhiteHouse.
com to cease and desist, but they ignored his
order.
Candyland was challenged and eventually
turned over to Hasbro, who owned a game by
the same name for many years prior.
Does Pimproll have a right to have their
Web sites? Yes, of course it does.
Do they have the right to use the name Pace
High School? Legally, the answer is probably
"yes," but we suggest, unless their motive is
unclean, the company might want to choose a
less controversial name.
There should be some common sense used
when registering domain names.
Santa Rosa needs to stand up and make a
few calls. We might not get the site removed,
but we can at least let them know how we feel.
Everyone wants to cry and complain, but
few take action.
The choice is yours.




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Social climbing on the taxpayer's ladder


This week President
Obama, the WASP-est
acting president since
FDR, heads to Martha's
Vineyard, tony enclave of
the idle rich.
Since they are
"idle rich," they skew
Democratic. And make
no mistake: there is
a hierarchy wherein
social rankings~are
based entirely on one's
degree of idleness and
chronological distance
from the person who
actually made the family
fortune.
To be a Martha's
Vineyard Democrat, you
have to be far removed
from the indignity of
actually being productive
and making money
yourself. You must
also espouse the liberal
imperative for alternative
wind power - except
when you can see the
windmills from your own
private beach house.
Then you join forces with
the "environmentalists"
in the Kennedy family to
fight it.
Until now, the closest
visitor to a "person
of color" was George
Hamilton. It was with an
abundance of caution that
Obama asked Joe Biden
to open the door of his
28-acre, $20 million-plus
Massachusetts island
estate so as not to alert
the police.
Barack Obama has


style, perhaps more than
any politician in recent
memory. When you lack
substance, style is of the
utmost importance.
He is courtly and kind,
as manners translate
universally. The same
suave demeanor that
charmed Sarkozy
of France served
Obama well
when he invited a
Boston cop to the
White House for a
kegger.
He constantly
seeks the favor
of the social RON
class he could Har
never have come
close to had it not been
for the kindness of this
nation. Unlike society of
the past, he did it so with
our public money. Like
with our Federal budget
(and to borrow from P J.
O'Rourke), Obama would
rather spend money like
there's no tomorrow
than to spend tomorrow
like there is no money.
Flashing other people's
money around always
endears a liberal social
climber to those with the
ladder.
Many of his media
sycophants are on
Martha's Vineyard with
him. Rest assured, if
Obama were to drive an
intern off a bridge in a
Chappaquiddick-style
incident, Katie Couric
would attribute the cause


to the lack of funding for
bridge and infrastructure
repairs by the Bush
administration. On the
bright side, it would be
Obama's and the press'
first "shovel ready"
project.
The Obamas' attempts
at resurrecting
a Kennedy-era
l "Camelot" have
made me ponder
r the state of high
society and
manners. I fear
we have departed
from a society
I HART where the genteel
t Beat moneyed set once
held sway.
This traditional role
has been usurped by
corporate lobbyists,
fast money hedge fund
pirates, actors (who often
confuse being famous
with being important),
and corrupt political
hacks who have inserted
themselves into the
epicenter of modern
society. Maybe this
upward mobility is for the
best, but I am not sure.
Historically, power
and charm were the
hallmarks of well bred
members of society.
Unlike Obama, most
made or came from
money and valued that
heritage as important,
not only for their own
ascension, but as a
means to provide for
others. "Old" society was


equal parts intrigue and
inbreeding. Aside from
Arnold Schwarzenegger
marrying Maria Shriver
in what I can only
assume was an attempt
to produce bulletproof
Kennedys, there has been
little inbreeding.
Given the trajectory of
modern secular society,
style and etiquette
might replace organized
religion. One could argue
that they already have
in the Episcopal Church,
which markets itself as
"Catholic light" - all
the grandeur without
the guilt. Episcopalians
are so fashionable that
they have gay clergy and
actually acknowledge
them as such.
If we have been
reminded of anything
with the ascension of
Barack Obama, it is that
manners and style can
take a person a long way
in this world. We have
also learned that it is not
imperative to understand
a complex matter in
order to defend it, which
explains his universal
health care debacle. As
the German writer von
Goethe said, "When ideas
fail, words come in very
handy."
Clearly, Obama is a man
who can talk his way into
anything. The question
remains if he can achieve
the results necessary to
keep him there.


Letters to the EDITOR


Health Care Reform
It is estimated that
the United States has
a population of 280
million. However, we
have no American men
that measurers up to
our Founding Fathers.
In only a short time,
they compromise and
produced two important
documents which is
still valid today; the
Constitution of the
United States of America,
and the Declaration of
Independence..
In my lifetime of eight
decades, the Republican
US Congress has not
passed and implemented
any benefits that we
are enjoying today. I
am a proud registered
Democrat, and I have
said it many times. "If
the Republicans could
name just one benefit that
the average American
is receiving; I would join
the Republican Party."
History will reveal
that the Democratic
Congress have passed
and implemented many
benefits that the poor and
middleclass are receiving.


Just to name a couple;
Social Security and
Medicare and Medicaid.
The seniors could not
survive without it.
It's estimated that 45
million Americans have
no health insurance plan.
President Barack Obama
and the Democrats in
Congress have bent over
backward in an attempt
to get the Republican
Congress to support a Bill
to reform health care as
we know it today. As of
this date, not one of the
40 Republicans in the US
Senate will stand tall as
an American, and support
the Health Care Reform
bill.
Most Republicans
say it would cost the
taxpayers too much. They
are saying this because
the taxpayers gave them
the best health insurance
they can buy on the day
they were sworn into
office. And the lobbyists
are filling their pocket s
with that green stuff if
they vote against the
proposed llealth i .in
Reform bill,
George W. Bush slldd
there was a terrorist


behind every tree and
under every rock and his
Republican Congress
spent trillions of borrowed
money for his cause.
I now know that even
though Bush called them
terrorists, it really was
the Republican Congress
he was speaking of.
Bush wrongly invaded
Iraq and Afghanistan, at
that cost a trillion dollars.
It also cost the lives of
tens of thousands human
beings, thousands were
young Americans. And
now the Republicans tell
us we can't have health
care because it costs too
much.

NOAH H. BELEW
Gulf Breeze


Chickens are
undervalued
September is National
Chicken Month, so
please take some time to
appreciate these smart,
inquisitive birds for their
tpersonalities-not for the
taste of their flesh.
Chickens are more
like us than many people


realize. They form strong
family ties and mourn
when they lose a loved
one. When they're not on
factory farms, hens will
lovingly tend to their eggs
and "talk" to their unborn
chicks, who chirp back.
Chickens communicate
constantly; they have
at least 24 distinct cries
to convey information
and warn one another of
predators. These smart
birds can anticipate the
future and demonstrate
self-control-I can't say
that for everyone!
You can read more
about chickens-and why
they deserve compassion
and respect-at www.
GoVeg.com. Don't
despair if you like
the taste of chicken
flesh though-many
companies, including
Boca and Morningstar
Farms, make faux chicken
products that taste just
like chicken.

Heather Moore
Research Specialist
People for the Ethical Treat-
ment of Animals (PETA)
Norfolk, Va.


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Wonders of the world of parenting


Special to the Press Gazette
First Baptist Church of
Milton, located at 6797 Caro-
line Street, will be presenting
a parenting conference with
Dan Seaborn and Mark Har-
ris on Saturday, September
12 at 6 p.m. It is hosted by the
Men's Ministries of First Bap-
tist Church inn Milton and
Pine Terrace Baptist Church
of Milton.
Special speaker, Dan Sea-
born, from "Winning At Home
Ministries," and a father of
four children, will be sharing
his adventures, mishaps and
tips through loving and hu-
morous accounts of how his
family deals with .life. Dan is
also a former NASCAR pas-
tor. \
Worship Leader, Mark


Dan Seaborn and Mark Harris


Harris, brings his heart for
worship after 20 years of min-
istry with 4HIM, and exten-
sive experience together with
Dan Seaborn for this exciting
parenting conference in Mil-
ton. Harris, a father of two
children will share his heart
for families through personal
songs and testimony. If you
have children, or plan to have
children, it would benefit you
to come! Tickets are $15 per
person or $10 /each for groups
of 10 or more. All ticket hold-
ers are asked to bring 2 cans
of food or any 2 staple food
items to donate to the church
food pantry to help feed hun-
gry families. Tickets can be
purchased from First Baptist
Church, Pine Terrace Baptist
Church and Lifeway Christian
Store in Pensacola.


Outreach school of

Immanuel Baptist

Church now in session


Written By Sharmonie Riley
First Steps Director
School is in the air!
At First Steps Christian.
Preschool in.Pace, school
means a lot of fun learn-
ing for preschool aged chil-
dren. We are an outreach
ministry of Immanuel Bap-
tist Church where Biblical
curriculum coincides with
an educational curriculum.
Parents of children, ages
one through four, find a
place where their children
grow physically, mentally,
intellectually, socially and
emotionally. First Steps
Christian Preschool is a
member of the Association
of Christian School Inter-
national.
At First 'Steps Christian
Preschool, we seek to serve
God by teaching, loving and
caring for children. Teach-
ers at First Steps Chris-
tian Preschool are highly
qualified to teach each age
group according to the de-
velopmental skills of that
group. All teachers are


CPR and First Aid certified.
Continuing education is an
important factor for each
dedicated teacher. Parents
can expect communication
on an ongoing basis about
the progress of their child.
Teachers strive to meet the
needs of each individual
child as each learn in their
own unique way.
Three different pro-
grams are offered at First
Steps Christian Preschool.
Parents can choose from
the following: A five day
program meeting, Monday
through Friday; a three day
program meeting Monday,
Wednesday, and Friday; and
a two day program meeting
Tuesday and Thursday. For
each program the school
day begins at 9:00 a.m. and
ends at 1:00 p.m. We fol-
low the Santa Rosa County
School Calendar for holi-
days, school closings and
summer break. We have
a fun-filled calendar with
special events happening
each month! For more in-
formation call 994-6092.


Country hootenanny offers food and fun for the entire family


Dust off your cowboy
boots and join Gull Coast
Wings of Hope, Inc. for a
Hootenanny. From 5 p.m.
to 11 p.m. on Saturday,
Sept. 12, enjoy country
for the whole family at
the Pensacola Interstate
Fairgrounds. Activities
at the event include a
hayride, pony and horse
rides, petting zoo, cow
patty bingo, arts and
crafts for kids; photo op-


portunities, dancing and
more. A finger lickin' good
barbeque dinner will be
served from 6 p.m. to 7
p.m. and "local band, Ca-
dillac Attack, will bring
the house down starting
at 8 p.m. Advanced tickets
are $10 per adult and $5
per child (up to 12 years
old) and will be sold until
Thursday, Sept. 10. Tick-
ets will be available at the
door for $15 per adult and


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and under will be admit-
ted for fee. If just music
is your thing, music only
tickets will be sold after 8
p.m. for $5 each. All funds
raised from this event
will directly support Gulf
Coast Wings of Hope, Inc.
Gulf Coast Wings of Hope,
Inc. is a non-profit organi-
zation assisting the fami-
lies of children with blood
and cancer diseases in the


Pensacola area. Through
fundraising and disburse-
ment activities, Gulf Coast
Wings of Hope helps pe-
diatric patients, families
and caregivers through
emotional support, educa-
tion and acts as advocates
for their improved care.
For tickets or more infor-
mation, contact Natalee
at 850-607-7294 or 850-377-
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Ask the Preacher

...a weekly column answering your
questions with Biblical answers about life.

Pastor Gallups, "Do children need to be saved to go to heaven?
At what age does a child become accountable for their sins?" D.
J., Pace
Let's first ask the question, "Why do we need to 'be saved?'"
The answer, obviously, is sin. It is being guilty of sin that causes
the wrath of God to be justifiably placed against us.
So...what is sin? Sin can be defined as those choices we make
that put us in direct contradiction to God's Word and desire for
our lives.
The question now would be, "Are babies guilty of sin?" The
answer is NO. Sin is a conscience choice made by an accountable
human being who understands right from wrong and purposely
decides to do what is wrong. We can be "deceived" into sinning
- as was Adam and Eve, but still it is our choice.
Babies do not have the ability to make such choices. They are not
guilty of sin, even though inherently, they are "sinners."
Additionally, they are not guilty of anyone else's sins. Each of us
must account for our own sins.
In challenge to my above statement, some may quote this pas-
sage, indicating that even babies are "sinners."
Psalm 51:55 Surely I was sinful at birth, sinful from the
time my mother conceived me.
(NIV)
This passage simply confirms that fact that we are born with a
"sin nature." That is, we are genetically predisposed to being a
"sinner" rather than being a "model of perfection." One only has
to observe a small child to see this "nature." The Psalmist was
making no eternal condemnation upon babies with this statement.
Therefore, we must conclude that since children have not sinned
and are not guilty of anyone else's sins, they are in a position of
being in an acceptable relationship with God and would be with
'the Lord if they should die in that condition.
When do children become sinners? Simply put, when they learn
and practice sin. At whatever age that is with various individuals,
we become accountable to God for our actions. It would be at the
point that a person "knows"'they are a sinner before their Creator.
Thankfully, when we become sinners, God, by His grace, has
given us the way by which we can be saved, through faith in
Jesus Christ.
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 Divinit from The Nes Orleans
Baptist Theological Seminary. He has been pastor of HHBC since 1987. He series 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. 623-019".
If you have any questions for Ask The Preacher, send it to: Ask The Preacher, Hickory Hammock
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Wednesday, September 2, 2009


Local rap artist marks 100th arrest


Special to the Press Gazette
The U.S. Marshals Florida Re-
gional l Ugitive Task Force and the
Escambia County Sheriff's Office
Gang Unit worked together to cap-
ture a local rap artist who is wanted
in connection with an armed home
invasion. The Task Force and the
Gang Unit caught up with suspect
Antonio Dean aka "Lue Kane" 'late
Thursday in the city limits of Pen-
sacola, after just missing him early
Friday morning in the Lincoln Park
section of Escambia County.
Dean, 22, is wanted on a war-
rant from the Escambia County
Sheriff's Office charging him with
Aggravated Battery Using a Deadly
Weapon, Possession of a Firearm by
a Delinquent Act Felon Firearm or
Concealed and Home Invasion/Rob-
bery.
According to the Sheriff's Office
warrant affidavit, on August 5 Dean
and two other suspects clad in black
masks broke into a house on the
2900 Block of West Cross Street in
Pensacola after yelling "Police, open
the door!" All three were armed
with guns, one which appeared to
be an AK-47 assault rifle. The report


also says that Dean allegedly was
also armed with a stun gun and was
using it on one of the homeowners
demanding money.
The Task Force recently began
working trying to capture Dean
with help from the ATF, FDLE and
the Pensacola Police Department
as well. Around 4 o'clock today
the Task Force arrested him at an
apartment complex off Underwood
Drive in Pensacola without incident.
Another person traveling with Dean
was detained at the time but was
later released.
Marijuana and drug parapherna-
lia were found in a car they were in
but neither man has been charged at
this time. In addition, several spent
bullet casings for a .38 caliber hand-
gun were also found in the vehicle.
Dean was booked into the Escambia
County Jail on a no bond warrant.
. "This was a great cooperative
effort from the Task Force and the
Gang Unit as well as everyone else
involved," said Task Force Coordi-
nator Dominic Guadagnoli. "A lot of
time and ingenuity orchestrated the
capture of a dangerous person who
was loose on the streets of Pensaco-
la," said Guadagnoli.


So far this year, Dean's arrest
makes for the Florida Regional Fu-
gitive Task Force in Pensacola's
100th arrest. The Task Force which
is comprised of 12 different law en-
forcement agencies in a four county
area has physically arrested 71 peo-
ple and directed or aided in the ar-
rest of 29 others. In all, approximate-
ly 200 warrants have been served on
these fugitives. These arrests have
also lead to about 40 probable cause
arrests as well.
The Florida Regional Fugitive
Task Force in Pensacola is made up
of officers from the U.S. Marshals
Office, Florida Department of Law.
Enforcement, Escambia, Okaloosa
and Santa Rosa County Sheriff's
Offices, Milton, Pensacola, Ft. Wal-
ton Beach, Niceville and DeFRniak
Springs Police Departments, State
Attorney's Office, the Office of In-
spector General and the 1st Special
Operations Security Force at Hurl-
burt Field.
Last Year U.S. Marshals Task
Forces around the country arrested
over 73,000 state and local fugitive
felons and more than 109,000 be-
tween both state and federal war-
rants.


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major sponsor for the Octo-
ber flight, is helping 103 of
our district wide World War
II heroesfulfill their dream
to visit their memorial in
Washington, D.C. With-
out their financial support
and sponsorships from the
community the flights will
end.
Ron Fields, CEO and
President of Pen Air Fed-
eral Credit Union said, "
It is an honor for Pen Air
Federal Credit Union to
assist in efforts that sup-
port our military and its
veterans." Ron Fields, who
also served as a Guardian
on the Flight, further ex-
pressed his sentiment for
the program, "Everyone
tihat has the opportunity
to volunteer to accompany
a WWII vet on an Honor
Flight should do so with-
out hesitation. Hearing the
unwritten history through
their personal stories cre-
ates a new understanding


of alithe personal sacrifices
these veterans had to make
for our freedom today.Pen
Air Federal Credit Union
is proud to serve these ser-
vice men and women and
all our military for what
they do every day."
The October 21 flight
will depart Pensacola at 7
a.m. and return at 7 p.m.
that evening. The public is
encouraged togreet them
at the Pensacola Gulf Coast
Regional Airport upon
their return. Congressman
Miller will also meet the
flight in Washington, D.C.
and spend the day with'the
veterans.
Individual and corpo-
rate sponsorships are still
needed. Donations may
be mailed to: Rotary Club-
ECHF, PO Box 86, Pen-
sacola, FL 32591-0086. To
volunteer or obtain more
information, please visit
our website at www.emer-
aldcoasthonorflight.com.


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Sports SIDELINE


Softball for Seniors: Pensaco-
la Senior Softball Association will
begin playing Sept. 5 at Exchange
Park. The league plays each Sat-
urday morning for seniors 50
years and older. For information
contact Bob Davis or Bob Martin
at Exchange Park. N

Chamber Tee signs: The
2009 Chamber Golf Classic is
right around the corner! Make
sure to purchase your Tee Sign.
Signs are $75 (black and white),
and $100 (full color with a logo or
picture). Call Nicole at the Cham-
ber at 623-2339 or Abby at United
Bank at 981-3352 to order yours
today!

Avalon Bowling: Sign-ups
are underway at Avalon Bowling
Center to form a church league
on Tuesday nights. They are look-
ing to put 22 teams together from
any and all churches in the area.
The desire of this league is to be
a fun fellowship gathering for ev-
eryone involved. The cost would
be about $12.00 per week. For
more information contact Avalon
Bowling Center.

Riverwalk Run: Sign up now
to participate in the Riverwalk
Run, Oct. 3 starting at 4 p.m. in
downtown Milton. The 5K course
takes participants through his-
toric parts of the city,,then con-
tinues on a section of the Black-
water .Heritage State Trail and
finally across the Riverwalk
Boardwalk towards the finish line
in downtown Milton. All partici-
pants must be able to complete
3.1 miles within one hour since
the course will open to traffic at
5 p.m. Registration is available
through Active.com and can be
accessed through the City of Mil-C
ton Parks & Recreation website
at www.cityofmiltonpr.nexo.com
In addition, registration forms
can be downloaded from the Web
site or. can be picked up at the
Milton Community Center, 5629
Byrom St., Milton, FL. The cost
to register is $15 from now until
noon on October 2 and $20 on the
day of the race. Additional fees
apply online. Packet pickup is
scheduled for October 1 from 4 to
7 p.m. at the Milton Community
Center and on October 3 from 2
to 3 p.m. at race site in downtown
Milton. Participants registered
by September 17 are guaranteed
a T-shirt; all others will receive a
shirt as supplies last. For more
information, contact Linsey Wil-
liamson at 850-983-5466 ext. 208
or at miltonparks@ymail.com

Tiger Trot 5K/10K: Ronald
McDonald House Charities of
Northwest Florida is now accept-
ing registrations for the Tiger
Trot 5K/10K race. The event will
be held on Oct. 17 at 8:00 a.m. be-
ginning at Midway Fire Station
located at 1322 College Parkway
in Gulf Breeze. The scenic course
takes participants through resi-
dential areas and around Tiger
Point Golf Club. The 10K course
adds a trip along Bay Street and
Santa Rosa Sound. Registration
Sept. 17 is $18 for 5K and $20 for
10K, Sept. 18 to Oct. 15 is $20 for
5K and $22 for 10K. Registration
closing date is Oct. 15. Late race
day registration is $23 for 5K and
$25 for 10K. Race packet pick-
up is available Oct. 16 from 4 to
6 p.m. at Running Wild in Pen-
sacola and on race day from from
6:30-7:30 a.m. at Midway Fire Sta-
tion in Gulf Breeze. The Tiger
Trot 5K/10K after race party will
include refreshments, door prizes
and race awards. Register online
at www.active.com or download
an entry form at www.rmhpen-
sacola.org. High quality t-shirts
are guaranteed to race partici-
pants who register by Sept.

Adult Softball: The City of
Milton seeks church, men's and
co-ed adult softball teams for the
2009 fall season. Register Mon-
day through Friday from noon to
8.p.m. at the Milton Community
Center. The cost per team is $350.
The season begins Sept. 8 and all
games will be held at the Milton
ballparks. Church league games
will be on Monday nights, men
will play on Wednesdays and co-
ed teams will play on Thursday
nights. A pre-season informa-
tional meeting is scheduled for
August 20. For more information,
contact Robert Arnold at 850-983-
5466 ext 202.


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. And you
are also more than welcome to
enter your events there as well.


Exotic fish poster now available


Special to the Press Gazette

"Don't release exotic pets!" That's
the message behind a colorful new
poster available through a joint ef-
fort between the Florida Fish and
Wildlife Conservation Commis-
sion (FWC) and the Florida Out-,
door Writers Association (FOWA).
The 20" x 36" poster, titled "Some
of Florida's displays 17 species of
nonnative fishes currently estab-
lished in Florida. These exotic
species were introduced by man
from foreign countries, and with
a couple of exceptions, are un-
wanted residents in the Sunshine
State.
There are 34 reproducing ex-
otic fishes established in Florida,
according to the FWC's Division
of Habitat and Species Conserva-
tion. The poster depicts the most
widespread or commonly caught
species. Wildlife artist Diane
Rome Peebles produced 15 of the


illustrations used in this poster.
The other two illustrations were
created by well-known wildlife art-
ist Duane Raver. University and
federal government researchers
familiar with each species advised
the artists to help create attrac-
tive, detailed and accurate depic-
tions.
The new "Exotic Freshwater
Fishes" poster was designed as
a sister-publication to the FWC's
"Freshwater Fishes" poster.
"The FWC actually initiated
this project several years ago,"
said FWC biologist Paul Shafland,
who along with biologist John
Cimbaro created the poster's de-
sign. "Without FOWA's generous
funding, it would not have come to
fruition at this time. We are very
grateful for their contribution."
FOWA provided $2,500 to
print 9,300 posters, which are
available to the public at no cost.
The FWC hopes to convey a


simple message.
"It is illegal to release any non-
native fish or any other nonnative
organism in Florida," said Scott
Hardin, the FWC's exotic species
coordinator. "The only way to real-
ly stop exotics is to let people know
they should never release them."
Moreover, some people consid-
er releasing exotic pets inhumane
because most will die shortly after
being released. However, those
that survive could have detrimen-
tal environmental effects.
The FWC has a three-pronged
approach to exotic fishes: Preven-
tion of illegal exotic fish releases
through education, development
of specific regulations, and law
enforcement; assessment of
those exotic fishes already pres-
ent in Florida to understand what
their effects really are; and man-
agement aimed at reducing the
abundance of these unwanted
residents. One management ap-


proach is to encourage people to
fish for exotic fishes they can eat.
There are two exceptions: The
butterfly peacock bass, which was
purposefully released by the FWC
to eat other exotic fishes, while
increasing recreational angling
opportunities in metropolitan
Southeast Florida canals; and the
triploid grass carp, which have
been introduced to eat exotic veg-
etation.'
The exotic fishes poster is on-
line in a reduced, printable size at'
Exotic Freshwater Fishes, http://
myfwc.com/images/Conserva-
tion/FWExotics_PosterSmall.
jpg or a full-size poster is available
at any of the FWC's regional offic-
es. More information about exotic
species in Florida is at MyFWC.
com/Nonnatives. In the mean-
time, the FWC is reminding Flo-
ridians: "Help protect our natural
resources - Don't release exotic
pets!"


JAY from page A8


teams for the entire first quarter,
as both the Gators and the Big
Blue failed to gain first downs.
A fumble was picked up from
Baker with 5:44 left in the first
quarter, a first of many in the
game, but Baker was unable to
deliver any movement after the
scoop up.
By the end of the first quar-
ter, Baker was at Jay's 7-yard
line, and within a minute into the
second quarter, Baker's Dakota
Hooper touched the nose of the
goal line.
Jay's quarterback, Steven
,Brabham delivered a comeback
in the next turnover with a hand-
off to senior Chris Carrigan for
a touchdown with 7:45 left in the
second quarter.
After a personal foul knocked
Baker back 15 yards, their effort


to gain the yards back failed and
it was punted to Jay who received
the ball at their 47-yard line.
Jay quickly scored twice
again, acquiring the last goal
with 56 seconds on the clock. The
goal ended the first half 20-7.
The Royals' #13 Steven Brab,
ham started the 3rd quarter off
with a- 52-yard rush down the
center into the Gators' end zone,
with 5:58 left on the clock. The
field goal attempt was no good.
The blue and white team
had no trouble making runs
to the end zone, but missed
2 of their field goals throughout
the game.
Jay coach Elijah Bell said he
was going to work on the punt-
ing, butit didn't worry him dur-
ing the game.
"We didn't hurt anything with


the kicking," said Bell.
With 5:58 left in the third
quarter, Baker trailed 19 to Jay's
26 points. By the end of the third
quarter, Jay's attempts were
shut down by the Royals de-
fense.
"We practiced and put in a
new'offense this year," said Bell,
"but I was really proud of my de-
fense, they did a lot of tackling."
The fourth quarter summed
it up for Jay's first game of the
season, when Baker was unable
to score another point for their
team.
With 10:03 left in the last quar-
ter, Jay scored their last goal to
ensure their victory against the
Gators. Junior Hunter Brown
was able to make a run down
the center for the touchdown af-
ter the Blues sat inside Bakers'


5-yard line for 4 plays.
The remaining 10 minutes
of the fourth quarter was full of
incomplete passes and intercep-
tions by both sides. By the end
of the game, the Royals offense
ran a total of 386 yards, a clear
indication that they were doing a
lot more running than they were
passing.
The' blue filled bleachers
shook as the seconds disap-
peared off of the clock in the last
quarter. The Big Blue ended
the game 33-7, where it sat after
Brown's touchdown.
Bell was proud of the win, and
of his 16 seniors he acquired this.
year.
"Hopefully this will lead into
a productive season," said Bell,
"This is what rural town football
is all about."


-PACE from page A8


yards on the ground.
"I thought we played well,"
said Pace head coach Mickey
Lindsey. "The kids definitely
played hard and it was a half of
a game under the lights so we
made some mistakes. But that is
why we practice.
"We have a long way to go,
but I am so proud of the effort
tonight."
Pace opens their 2009 cam-


paign at home against Daphne
(Ala.) High at 7:30 p.m.
Last season Pace lost to
Daphne 48-20 as they finished
the regular season 5-5.
Navarre did come back but it
was a one shot deal as Mike Pet-
tis took the ball 96 yards on the
ensuring kickoff for the Raider's
only touchdown.
"That was a big bright spot
when you look at the perfor-


mance of our special teams,"
said Navarre head coach Chad
Lashley. "I am proud of our ef-
fort, 'but defensively we were
not in game shape and I take re-
sponsibility for that.
"Our defense was on the field
quite a bit and our offense was
not on for a lot of series, and
when we did get a first down, we
were forced to punt."
Offensively, .quarterback An-


drew Velazquez, who carried the
ball three times for 15 yards and
completed 2-of-5 passes for 17
yards, led the Raiders.
Navarre will look to open their
season on the road this Friday
when they visit Ft. Walton Beach
with kickoff set at 7 p.m.
The Vikings are coming off
a stunning loss in the final sec-
onds to Niceville in last Friday's
kickoff classic.


SLOCUM from page A8


into a share of the lead by holing
out from 157 yards with a 7-iron
for eagle on the par-4 fifth.
"As soon as I hit it, I knew I
just flushed it," he said. "It was
going right to the pin. I saw it hit.
I didn't see anything else. I didn't
see it go in. The crowd went cra-
zy. I didn't know if it was really'
close or if it had gone in."
Stricker had a good look at


the unlikely eagle that Slocum
didn't see go in - and broad-
caster CBS missed ,completely
while focusing on Woods a hole
ahead.'
"He hit it just past the hole,"
Stricker said. "It jumped right
back in. Just like a little gopher
going for his hole, it just jumped
right in."
Woods, playing his first tour-


nament since losing a two-shot
lead to unheralded YE. Yang in
the PGA Championship, strug-
gled again with his putter, never
really trusting himself on the
small, undulating greens.
Stricker caught the lip of the
bunker, which left him short of
the green, and hit wedge to 10
feet. Slocum also came up short,,
leaving 20 feet from the top of a


ridge.
Slocum raised both arms in
.the air when his par putt broke
gently back to the left and disap-
peared into the cup. Stricter's
putt to force a playoff caught the
left lip.
"Hats off to Heath," Stricker
said. "He made a great putt on
that last hole. It came down to a
couple of putts to decide it all.".


. Tides


Pensacola Bay
Thursday, September 3,
2009
5:27 AM CDT Moonset
6:26 AM CDT Sunrise
10:54 AM CDT High tide
1.45 Feet
6:32 PM CDT Moonrise
7:08 PM CDT Sunset
7:59 PM CDT Low tide
0.51 Feet

Friday, September 4,
2009
6:22 AM CDT Moonset
6:27 AM CDT Sunrise
. 11:04 AM CDT Full Moon
11:51 AM CDT High tide
1.28 Feet
7:00 PM CDT Moonrise
7:07 PM CDT Sunset
7:44 PM CDT Low tide
0.70 Feet

Saturday, September 5,
2009
1:40 AM CDT High tide
0.95 Feet
6:27 AM CDT Sunrise
6:33 AM CDT Low tide
0.82 Feet
7:18 AM CDT Moonset
1:07 PM CDT High tide
1.11 Feet
7:06 PM CDT Sunset
7:08 PM CDT Low tide
0.86 Feet
7:29 PM CDT Moonrise

Sunday, September 6,
2009
12:58 AM CDT High tide
1.11 Feet
6:28 AM CDT Sunrise


8:09 AM CDT Low tide
0.67 Feet
8:14 AM CDT Moonset
3:11 PM CDT High tide
0.98 Feet
5:46 PM CDT Low tide
0.96 Feet
7:05 PM CDT Sunset
7:58 PM CDT Moonrise

' East Bay
Thursday, September 3,
2009
5:26 AM CDT Moonset
6:25 AM CDT Sunrise
11:39 AM CDT High tide
1.75 Feet
6:31 PM CDT Moonrise
7:07 PM CDT Sunset
9:15 PM CDT Low tide
0.61 Feet

Friday, September 4,
2009,
6:21 AM CDT Moonset
6:26 AM CDT Sunrise
11:04 AM CDT Full Moon
12:36 PM CDT High'tide
1.54 Feet
6:59 PM CDT Moonrise
7:06 PM CDT Sunset
9:00 PM CDT Low tide
0.83 Feet

Saturday, September 5,
2009
2:25 AM CDT High tide
1.13 Feet
6:26 AM CDT Sunrise
7:17 AM CDT Moonset
7:49 AM CDT Low tide
0.98 Feet
1:52 PM CDT High tide
1.34 Feet


7:05 PM CDT Sunset '
7:27 PM CDT Moonrise
8:26 PM CDT Low tide
1.03 Feet

Sunday, September 6,
2009
1:41 AM CDT High tide
1.33 Feet
6:27 AM CDT Sunrise
8:13 AM CDT Moonset
9:25 AM CDT Low tide
0.81 Feet
3:56 PM CDT High tide
1.17 Feet
7:02 PM CDT Low tide
1.15 Feet
7:04 PM CDT Sunset
7:57 PM CDT Moonrise

Blackwater River
Thursday, September 3,
2009
5:26 AM CDT Moonset
6:25 AM CDT Sunrise
12:35 PM CDT High tide
1.75 Feet
6:31 PM CDT Moonrise
7:08 PM CDT Sunset
9:45 PM CDT Low tide
0.61 Feet

Friday, September 4,
2009
6:22 AM CDT Moonset
6:26 AM CDT Sunrise
11:04 AM CDT Full Moon
1:32 PM CDT High tide
1'.54 Feet
7:00 PM CDT Moonrise
7:07 PM CDT Sunset
9:30 PM CDT Low tide
0.83 Feet


Saturday, September 5,
2009
3:21 AM CDT High tide
1.13 Feet
6:26 AM CDT Sunrise
7:17 AM CDT Moonset
6:19 AM CDT Low tide
0.98 Feet
2:48 PM CDT High tide
1.34 Feet
7:05 PM CDT Sunset
7:28 PM CDT Moonrise
8:56 PM CDT Low tide
1.03 Feet

Sunday, September 6,
2009
2:37'AM CDT High tide
1.33 Feet
6:27 AM CDT Sunrise
8:14 AM CDT Moonset
9:55 AM CDT Low tide
0.81 Feet
4:52 PM CDT High tide
1.17 Feet
7:04 PM CDT Sunset
7:32 PM CDT Low tide
1.15 Feet
7:57 PM CDT Moonrise

Navarre Beach
Thursday, September 3,
2009
5:26 AM CDT Moonset
6:25 AM CDT Sunrise
9:04 AM CDT High tide
1.47 Feet
5:13 PM CDT Low tide
0.60 Feet
6:31 PM CDT Moonrise
7:07 PM CDT Sunset
11:55 PM CDT High tide
0.77 Feet


Friday, September 4,
2009
2:08 AM CDT Low tide
0.74 Feet
6:21 AM CDT Moonset
6:25 AM CDT Sunrise
9:58 AM CDT High tide
1.35 Feet
11:04 AM CDT Full Moon
4:47 PM CDT Low tide
0.73 Feet
6:59 PM CDT Moonrise
7:06 PM CDT Sunset
11:19 PM CDT High tide
0.89 Feet

Saturday, September 5,
2009
3:26 AM CDT Low tide
0.72 Feet
6:26 AM CDT Sunrise
7:16 AM CDT Moonset
11:02 AM CDT High tide
1.22 Feet
4:35 PM CDT Low tide
0.83 Feet
7:05 PM CDT Sunset
7:27 PM CDT Moonrise
10:39 PM CDT High tide
1.05 Feet

Sunday, September 6,
2009
4:36 AM CDT Low tide
0.67 Feet
6:27 AM CDT Sunrise
8:13 AM CDT Moonset
12:22 PM CDT High tide
1.08 Feet
4:25 PM CDT Low tide
0.90 Feet
7:03 PM CDT Sunset
7:57 PM CDT Moonrise
10:05 PM CDT High tide
1.24 Feet


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Section


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Milton finds cure to

ills against Choctaw

Jaime Dickerson
Florida Freedom Newspapers

The Milton Panthers have been
battling the flu bug of late, but that
didn't hinder its performance on
Friday.
The Panthers defeated Choc-
tawhatchee 21-7 in the varsity por-
tion of Friday's jamboree.
Milton strutted offensively to
slow the already ailing Indians with
three touchdowns on the ground.
"Our offense executed well and
the kids played hard," said Milton
head coach Mike McMillion. "The
defense played hard and ran around
pretty aggressively."
Starting quarterback Matt Floyd
was the big rusher for the Panthers
with scoring runs of 22 and 65-
yards.
"Matt ran the offense well and
made some good reads and deci-
sions," said McMillion.
The Indians played without five
of their key including starting quar-
terback Jesse Adams is out for at
least six weeks with a torn MCL.
The Indians were also without their
leading returning tackler from last
year, Alec Schubele, and starting
receiver Zach Morgan, all of whom
were injured during a recent scrim-
mage.
The lone touchdown of the night
for Choctaw came from running
back Stephen Heidelberg. He scored
on a 5-yard touchdown run with 7:17
left in the fourth quarter.
. Milton is now preparing for Fri-
day's game at home against Gulf
Breeze, a team they dominated this
past spring.
"That was just a practice game,"
said McMillion. "We are taking
things one game at a time and work
hard in trying to correct things
where we are falling short as a
team."
Kickoff on Friday for Milton's
game is 7:30 p.m.


Pels close season with

record performance

Special to the Press Gazette

The Pelicans blanked the Cap-
tains 4-0 in the final regular sea-
son game Sunday night in a timely
manner: An American Association
record hour and thirty-one min-
utes. Kieran Mattison picked up his
second win as a Pelican in as many
starts, cruising for five innings. The
Pelicans supported their starter
with two runs in the first inning,
and squeezed out two more over the
course of the contest.
Chase Burch hit his first home
run in the second half of the season
in the bottom of the second inning.
His ninth long ball of the year fol-
lowed a Marshall McDougall single
and put the Pelicans on top 2-0.
. The Pels would add another run
in the sixth inning when Adam Deleo
led off with a double. On a Marcos
Rodriguez single, Deleo advanced
to third, scoring when Jason Diaz
grounded out to the first baseman.
Pensacola tacked on their last run
of the regular season in the bottom
of the seventh, when Chase Burch
recorded his second hit of the night,
a single. Lou Palmisano hit safely as
well, and Adam Darby drove Burch
in with a base knock. The 4-0 Peli-
0 cans' lead would last until the end of
the game.
The game was the shortest nine-
inning contest in the four-year old
American Association of Indepen-
dent Professional Baseball. After
Kieran Mattison pitched five score-
less innings while scattering four
hits and striking out two, Kevin Coo-
per tossed three more of his own,
yielding three hits and picking up
a'strikeout. Ulysses Roque allowed
a lead off single in the ninth, then
induced a 6-4-3 double play and an-
other groundout to seal the game.
The Pelicans close the regular
season ten games over .500 at 53-
43. Pensacola will continue their
2009 campaign on Tuesday when
they face the Fort Worth Cats in
Texas for the first of a best-of-five
series to determine the South Divi-
sion winner. Aaron Jackson is pro-
jected to start the 7:05 ballgame
for the Pelicans. Fans can hear
all the action via NewsRadio 1620,
or online with SportsJuice.com.


HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL


Big Blue seals off first game of season


. Mathew Pellegrino
mpellegrino@srpressgazette.com
Jay coach Elijah Bell
summed up the first game of
the season against the Baker
Gators in four words, "it was a
classic."
That classic kicked off the
first game of the season for
the Royals when they went
face to face with the Gators
Friday night in Jay.
The blue and white Roy-
als ensured their victory by
the end of the second' quarter,
when the game sat at 20-7.
Baker received the first
punt of the season from the
Royals' Chris Carrigan at the
start of the clock.
Turnovers came from both
See JAY A7


PHOTOS BY MATHEW PELLEGRINO I Press Gazette
Baker's band plays during halftime at Jay High. At top, Jay lines up against Baker at their
home game Friday night.


At left, David Casey gets a hand from teammate Josh Reeves after getting tackled on a 35 yard run from the line of
scrimmage late in the third quarter. At center, David Casey turns his back to thb pressure of the Navarre defense as
he goes to pitch the ball for a sweep. At right, David Casey runs to avoid the defensive rush applied by the Raiders.


Pace grinds Raiders for a 10-7 victory


Bill Gamblin
sports @srpressgazette.com
The Pace football team
used a methodical ground
game to hold off pesky Na-
varre in Friday's Kickoff Clas-
sic, 10-7.
Navarre's defense saw a
majority of the action as the


Raiders were limited to just 19
plays the entire half of varsity
action.
The Raiders defense be-
came winded as Pace con-
trolled the ball 19 plays and
ate up over nine minutes off
the clock to go up 10-0 as Ty-
ler Hunt plunged in from the
1-yard line.


David Casey set up the
score with a 35-yard run down
to the Navarre 6, but penalties
erased two touchdowns before
Hunt found the end zone.
Richard Carrin was flagged
for holding on his touchdown
run and then a pass from
Casey to Josh Reeves was ne-
gated due to another flag.


Casey and Carrin led Pace
who solidly dominated the
game with their ground at-
tack.
Casey rushed for 68 yards
to lead Pace, while Carrin
added 63 as the Patriots fin-
ished the night with 185 total
See PACE AT


Heath Slocum surprise winner at Barclays


AP


Former Milton resident, Health
Slocum, gained a surprise win
at The Barclays on August 30.


JERSEY CITY, NJ. (AP) - The
little guy from the sticks beat Ti-
ger Woods and a cast of big stars
in perhaps the most urban set-
ting in PGA Tour history.
Heath Slocum, the 5-foot-7,
150-pound grinder who went
to high school with country-as-
they-come Boo Weekley in the
Florida Panhandle town of Mil-
ton, won The Barclays on Sun-
day, August 30, at lengthy Lib-
erty National - a couple of par
5s from the Statue of Liberty.
With the Manhattan skyline
looming in the background on a
clear, breezy day, Slocum made
a 20-foot par putt on the 18th
hole for a one-stroke victory
over Woods, Ernie Els, Padraig
Harrington and playing partner
Steve Stricker.
"It was an incredible day, in-
* - . �


credible experience," Slocum
said. "I was just kind of lucky to
come out on top. A lot of good
players. At the end of the day,
that putt on the last was magi-
cal. I'll remember that for the
rest of my life." ,
A week ago, the short-hit-
ting Slocum wasn't even sure he
would make it to the FedEx Cup
opener. Having missed the cut in
Greensboro, N.C., he had to wait
until the tournament was over
to learn that by the slimmest of
margins - two points - he had
earned the second-to-last spot
among the 125 qualifiers.
"My fate was not in my own
hands," Slocum said.
It was on the 18th green at
long, hard Liberty National.
On the same green where
Woods stunned the crowd by


missing from 7 feet, Slocum
knocked in the 20-footer, then
watched Stricker miss his 10-
foot par try.
Slocum closed with a 4-under
67 to win for the third time in
his career, and first time in four
years. The victory, worth $1.35
million, moved him to No. 3 in
the FedEx Cup standings,- giv-
ing him a shot at the $10 million
prize next month in Atlanta.
"I'm going to use this expe-
rience hopefully for the rest of
my life, knowing that I can come
down the stretch and play, if you
want, with the big boys," Slocum
said.
Slocum holed a 25-foot birdie
putt at No. 2, the toughest par 3
at Liberty National, then surged
See SLOCUM A7


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Santa Rosa's


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Special to the Press Gazette
'United Way of Santa Rosa County
(UWSRC) is pleased to announce that the
10th annual Cram the Van school supply drive
benefited over 1,750 children across Santa
Rosa County.
The income-based school supply drive
ensures that children grades Pre-K through
12th grade receive the basic supplies needed
to be prepared on the first day of school.
More than 1,700 children received the
* necessary supplies on the Friday and
Saturday before the first day of school. The
Santa Rosa County community banded
together in support of this effort, and UWSRC
is proud to say that despite hard economic
times, the number of backpacks exceeded
that of any other year, totaling to almost 600
backpacks.
"We had initially planned for about 2,000
children to be in need this year, considering
. there was an increase of over 600 children
from 2007 to 2008," said Marianne Back,
UWSRC Cram the Van coordinator. "However,
it seems that this year's growth was minimal
and remained just over the 1,650, children
from 2008. Perhaps it's a sign that the local
economy is remaining stagnant or even about
to regain its strength."
"Special thanks to our sponsors, chambers
of commerce, distribution sites, volunteers
and the community" said Back. "Without their .
support, this effort would not be possible.
The individuals, groups, businesses and
organizations involved in this effort really
pulled through to make this year's Cram the
Van a success."
-This year's sponsors include Enterprise
Rent-A-Car, WEARTV3, Wal-Mart stores
and Sandy Sansing. Cram the Van Partners
include: Gulf Power, Saint Sylvester Catholic
Church, Early Learning Coalition, Unitarian
Universalist Church of Pensacola, Church
Family Dollar, Winn-Dixie, Target, Chain
Reaction, Office Depot, Whitney Bank, Gulf
Winds Federal Credit Union, Santa Rosa
Medical Center, Town of Jay, Jay First
Assembly of God, Jay Chamber of
Commerce, Pace Area Chamber of
Commerce, Santa Rosa Chamber of
Commerce, Gulf Breeze Chamber
of Commerce, Navarre Chamber
of Commerce, Navarre United
Methodist Church, Good Shepherd
Lutherain Church, Storage Master
in Pace, Taminco, United
Bank, Santa Rosa County
Sheriff's Office, Pace High A
School Anchor Club, Santa
Rosa Kids House, First
United Methodist Church of .
Milton, Storage Advantage
of Gulf Breeze, Milton City
Firefighters, UPS Store of
Pea Ridge, the Blake, ,Soft
Rock 94.1, WXBM 102.7, Cat
Country 98.7, Mediacom, and
many more.
For more information .:
call 850-623-4507 or e-mail
MariannegCunitedwaysrc.
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Blackwater Heritage State


Trail to host dog walk


The Blackwater Heri-
tage State Trail will host
its annual Fall Dog Walk
on the - Blackwater Heri-
tage Trail in Milton on
Saturday September 5th
from 6 to 7 pm. The walk
typically traverses about
1 mile of the trail at a lei-
surely pace. All participat-
ing dogs must be licensed
and on a six foot leash. It
is highly recommended to
bring water for yourself
and your dog. The walk


will begin from the Trail
visitor's center located at
5533 Alabama St. next to
the Milton Library.
The Blackwater Heri-
tage State Trail is officially
designated as part of Flor-
ida's Statewide System of
Greenways and Trails. The
trail is the westernmost
rail to trail in the state,
extending from Milton to
Whiting Field Naval Air
Station. Managed by the
Department of Environ-


mental Protection Office
of Greenways and Trails, it
also connects the Military
Trail, which is managed
by the Department of the
Navy. Blackwater Heri-
tage Trail, Inc. is a Florida
non-profit organization
serving as the Citizen Sup-
port Organization for the
Blackwater Heritage State
Trail.
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Holiday on Monday, Sept.
7. Garbage Routes will be
picked up as follows: Mon-
day route will be picked
up on Tuesday; Tuesday
route will be picked up
on Wednesday; Thursday
and Friday routes will be
picked up as scheduled.
City Hall's Public Works
desk and accounting win-
dow will resume operation
on Tuesday, Sept. 8, at 7:30
a.m.

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A workshop to assist
students in the Santa Rosa
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bers of City Hall.
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6738 Dixon Street, Milton.-
All meetings are open to


the public.
For further information,
call 983-5411.

Morning Glory Circle
to hold first meeting
Morning Glory Circle
of the Milton Garden Club
will have their first meet-
ing of the year on Sept.
10 at 9:30 a.m. in the Mil-
ton Garden Center, 5256
Alabama Street, Milton.
Morning Glory Circle
Officers are Chairman:
Alice Meyer, Vice-Chair-
man: Anita Breeding,
Secretary: Ludean Tay-
lor and Treasurer: Aileen
Clarke. Guests are wel-
come.
Please call Lynn at 675-
6744 for additional infor-
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in Navarre' Karaoke

Contest finals


Special to the Press Gazette
"You Can Be A Star in
Navarre's" grandfinale will
culminate with an exciting
night of entertainment on
September 10, 2009, in Na-
varre Park on the GNBAA
stage, free and open to
the public. The American
Legion Rider (ALR) Post
382 will have a brief flag
presentation and singing
of the National Anthem in
commemoration of Sept.
11, 2001. The grand prize
of the contest, donated by
Johnny Huston's Grille &
Bar, will be $1000.00 to the
winner. Local businesses
and merchants are donat-
ing other prizes.
"You Can Be A Star in
Navarre", amateur sing-
ing contest, hosted by Tom
& Jan of Island Time En-
tertainment, will continue
through August with the


last quarter final round
at Johnny Huston's Grille
& Bar on August 26, 2009.
"With over 60 singers in
a night, some for 'open
singing' and then some to
compete," said Jan, "Our
local performing talent
are amazing."
American Legion Rider
(ALR) Post 382 will have
food and beverages for
sale. Current sponsors for
this event are: Island Time
Entertainment, the Great-
er Navarre Beach Arts As-
soc. Inc., Johnny Huston's
Grille & Bar, TC's Front
Porch, and the merchants
of Santa Rosa Mall. Other
sponsors welcomed. All
details, calendar, rules &
regulations' and updates
can be found at: www.you-
canbeastarinnavarre.com.
Links at:'gnbaa.org will
take you to contest de-
tails.


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Special to the17
Press Gazette7-

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like to announce "
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of her daughter,
Tammy Darlene K' .
Golden, to Richard ..
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graduate of Milton .
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County Inc. would like
to remind everyone that
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nated as Fetal Alcohol
Syndrome Day. Everyone
is invited to share, in their
own way, in the "Minute of
Reflection" - 9:09 a.m. on
September 9th, as it goes
around the world. This
is a magical moment in
.history - the ninth min-
ute of the ninth hour of
the ninth day of the ninth
month of the year. During
the 9 months of pregnan-
cy, , while breastfeeding
or when planning to con-
ceive, it is extremely im-
portant for women NOT


to drink alcohol. Fetal
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effects are a root cause
of numerous social disor-
ders, including learning
disabilities, juvenile delin-
quency, school dropouts,
homelessness, Inemploy-
ment, mental illness and
crime.
Economists estimate
that each individual with
Fetal Alc6hol Syndrome
and its effects cost the
taxpayer nearly $2 million
in his or her lifetime. Fe-
tal Alcohol Syndrome is
100 percent preventable
IF a woman abstains from
drinking, while trying to
conceive and especially
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Special to the Press Gazette

The following arrests
were made beginning Aug.
5 through Aug. 13, 2009:
Schreiner, Shaun
Christopher; Male; 26; 1201
Scenic Hwy, Pensacola;
Drugs-Possess Cntrl Sub
W/O Prescription, Mari-
juana-Possess Not More
Than 20 Grams. 8/5/09
Williams., Justin Cam-
eron; Male; 18; 5643 Brooks
Ln, Pace; Burgl-Unoc-
cupied Conveyance Un-
armed (6 cts.), Larc-Petit
1st Off (4 cts.), Larc-Petit
1st Degree Property $100
to Under $300, Larc-Theft
is $300 or More But Less
Than $5,000 (2 cts.). 8/5/09
Booker, Christopher
Travis; 'Male; .21; 6300
Oglesby Rd, Milton; Pro-
bation Violation-Felony.
8/6/09
Bowman, Eileen Diana;
Female; 38; 614 Colonial
Drive, Ft. Walton Beach;
Failure to Appear for Felo-
ny Offense. 8/6/09
Fitzgerald, Daniel
Wayne; Male; 43; 7541 Hwy.
90; Milton; Probation Vio-
lation-Felony. 8/6/09
McKee, Piper Hope;
Female; 49; 7196 Majestic
Blvd., Navarre;. Neglect
Child-Cause Great Harm,
DUI. 8/6/09
Sirmon, Patrick De-
wayne; male; 18; 4021
Thomas St., Pace; Pro-
bation Violation-Felony.
8/6/09
Ragsdale, Thomas
Jay; Male; 54; Homeless;
Possess Cocaine, Pos-
sess Drug Paraphernalia.
8/6/09
Byland, Robert Rus-
sel; Male; 27; 4083 Buford
Lane, Milton; DUI. 8/6/09
Burkett Ashley Ele-
nea; Female; 31; 14362


Hwy. 89 N, Jay; Sex Asslt-
By 24 YOA Older Sex Batt
Victim 16 or 17 YOA (3 cts.)
8/6/09
Connor, Raymond Al-
len; Male; 40; 6490 Mejena
Tr, Milton; Public Order
Crimes-Criminal Attempt
Solicit Conspire 2nd Deg
Fel, Arson Burn With In-
tent to Defraud Insurer.
8/6/09
Eichman. Austin Mi-
chael; Male; 20; 4904 Key-
ser Ln, Pace; Probation
Violation-Felony (2 cts.).
8/6/09
Greathouse, Christo-
pher James; Male; 26; 9307
Cornfield Way, Milton; Bat-
tery on Officer Firefighter
EMT, Etc, Resist Officer
With Violence, Disorderly
Intox. 8/6/09 '
Watson, April Burford;
Female; 33; 5130 Dobson
Rd, 'Jay; Sex Asslt-By 24
YOA Older Sex Batt Victim
16 or 17 YOA (3 cts.). 8/6/09
Kinney, Jerry Michael;
Male; 56; Homeless; Ag-
grav Stalking, Assault.
8/6/09 .
Raad, Kurtis Larry;
Male; 35; 119 Baird Rd,
Santa Rosa Beach; DUI.
8/6/09
Boyette, Elizabeth
Ann; Female; 26; 5561 Cot-
tonwood Dr., Milton; Pro-
bation Violation-Felony.
8/7/09
Breidenbach, Tayron
Walter; Male; 20; 7732 Na-
varre Parkway, Navarre;
Battery-Felony Batt or
Dom. Batt By Strangula-
tion (domestic violence),
Kidnap-False Imprison-
ment Adult, Marijuana
Producing Schedule I;
Possess Cocaine, Narcotic
Equip-Possess And Or
Use. 8/7/09
Burnett, Michael Je-
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Eubanks, Harold Ryan;
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Street, Milton; Probation
Violation-Felony. 8/9/09
Fox, David Malcolm;
Male; 36; Homeless; Drugs-
Traffic 4 Grams Less 30
KG Other Cntrl Substance,
Narcotic Equip-Possess
And or Use. 8/7/09
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as; Male; 66; 8430 Gail-
lard Ave., North Port, FL;
Drugs-Possess Cntrl Sub
W/O Prescription, Drugs-
Traffic 4 Grams Less 30
KG Other Cntrl Sub (2
cts.). 8/7/09
Keysor. Matthew Ray;
Male; 18; 1908 Jo Tam Ln,
Navarre; Aggrav Battery-
Cause Bodily Harm or Dis-
ability. 8/7/09
Lancaster, Keith Eric;
Male; 37; 7660 Martha's
Way, Navarre; Public Or-
der Crimes-Criminal At-
tempt Solicit Conspire 2nd
Deg Fel, Battery-Touch or
Strike, Lewd Lascv Molest
Vic Less 12 YOA Offender
18 YOA or Older (2 cts.),
Obscene Material-Distrib
To Minor (2 cts.). 8/8/09
Laszko, Gareth Da-
vid; Male; 64; 3908 Legend
Creek Dr., Pace; Aggrav
Battery Person Uses a
Deadly Weapon. 8/7/09
Lombardi, Courtney
Renee; Female; 27; 174
Camelia St., Gulf Breeze;
Larc-Theft is $300 or More
But Less Than $5,000,
Fraud-Imperson Give
False Information to Ob-
tain Refund. 8/9/09
Myers, Jennifer Lynn;
Female; 29; 4260 Highway
90, Pace; Marijuana-Pro-
ducing Schedule I. 8/9/09

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REPORT from page B4


Quina IV, Robert Se-
bastian; Male; 22; 5465
Soundside Drive, Gulf
Breeze; Probation Viola-
tion-Felony. 8/7/09
Rogers, Alfred Daniel;
Male; 47; 1407 Louisiana
Ave., St. Cloud, FL; Flee/
Elude Police-Fail to Obey
LEO Order to Stop, Drive
While Lic Susp 3rd or Sub-
seq Off. 8/9/09
Sherman, Zeynep Eliz-
abeth; Female; 23; Refuse
to Answer; DUI and Seri-
ous Bodily Injury to An-
other. 8/9/09
Williams, Justin Cam-
eron; Male; 17; 5643 Brooks
Ln, Pace; Dealing In Sto-
len Property. 8/7/09


Johns. Andre Earl;
Male; 21; 6677 Jasmine
St., Milton; Aggravated
Battery, Battery. No date
given.
Flyke, Daniel Gerald;
Male; 52; 907 W. Intenden-
cia St., Pensacola; DUI
Alcohol or Drugs 2nd Of-
fense. 8/8/09
Murtagh, Karla Jean;
Female; 45; 6959 East Gate
Road, Milton; DUI. 8/8/09
Stoughton, Mark Alan;
Male; 54; 9975 Pond Road,
Milton; DUI and Damage
Property. 8/7/09
Strickland, Jeffrey
Lewis; Male; 20; 4377 For-
est Ct., Pace; Robbery W/
Firearm. 8/9/09


Harrison, Mark Antho-
ny; Male; 38; 6639 Magno-
lia Street, Milton; Damage
Prop-Crim Misch $1,000 or
More, Burgl Dwelling or
Structure Cause Damage
Over $1,000, Larc $20,000
Less Than $100,000.
8/10/09
Peloquin, Zachary Tay-
lor; Male; 19; 3842 Doris
Rd., Pace; Probation Viola-
tion-Felony. 8/10/09
Simmons, Jonathan
Lynn; Male; 30; 3785 Cara-
bela Ln, Pace; Probation
Violation-Felony. 8/10/09
Sunday, Wade Edward;
Male; 33; 6003 Enfinger Rd,
Pace; Drugs-Possess List-
ed Chemical WIT Manu-


facture Cntrl Substance.
8/10/09
Douglas, Jr., Donald
Jerry; Male; 32; 5607 Pipe-
line Rd, Pensacola; DUI
Alcohol or Drugs 4th or
Subseq Offense, Refuse to
Submit to DUI Test, Drive
While Lic Suspended 1st
Offense. 8/10/09
Gilley, Ryan Gabriel;
Male; 13; 7665 Lund Road,
Milton; Sex Asslt-By Under
18 YOA Sex Battery Victim
Under 12 YOA, Lewd Las-
cv Behavior-Conduct By
Person Less Than 18 YOA.
8/10/09
White, Kyle Lee; Male;
17; 8186 Country Bay Blvd.,
Navarre; Aggrav Batt-


Cause Bodily Harm or Dis-
ability. 8/10/09
Walters, Lisa Kay;
Female; 45; 5170 Hilltop
Drive, Milton; Probation
Violation-Felony. 8/10/09
Douglas, Jr., Donald
Jerry; Male; 32; 5607 Pipe-
line, Pensacola; DUI Alco-
hol or Drugs 4th or Subseq.
Offense. 8/10/09
Brown,RamandaShain;
Female; 24; 6612 James St.,
Milton; Larc-Theft is $300
or More But Less Than
$5,000 (2 cts.), Fraud-Illeg
Use Credit Cards-2 Fewer
Times 6 mos Obt Goods
Money Less $100. 8/il/09
Capps. Ronald
Schenick; Male; 47; 10350


Chemstrand, Pensacola;
Dealing in Stolen Property
(2 cts.). 8/11/09
Edge, John Wesley;
Male; 19; 4305 Reinsma,
Milton; Burgl Unoccupied
Conveyance Unarmed (2
cts.), Larc-Theft is $300
or More But Less Than
$5,000, Larc-Petit 1st Off.
8/11/09
Kocol, Jason Matthew;
Male; 26; 2301 W Detroit
Blvd (Value Inn), Pensac-
ola; Probation Violation-
Felony. 8/11/09
. Landers, III, Anthony
Brian; Male; 45; 4036 Scott-
sdale Avenue, Pace; Pro-
bation Violation-Felony.
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Carla CiminQ Beaver, OF 3 MONTHS AFTER
Respondent. THE TIME OF THE
FIRST PUBLICATION.
NOTICE OF ACTION OF THIS NOTICE OR
FOR DISSOLUTION 30 DAYS AFTER THE
CEMENTS OF MARRIAGE DATE OF SERVICE OF
A COPY OF THIS NO-
l Advertising TO: Carla Cimino Bea- TICE ON THEM.
filed Notices ver
ic Notices/ 6436 Hwy 90, Apt 59 All other creditors of
uns ents Milton, FL 32570 the decedent and other
share persons having claims
tions YOU ARE NOTIFIED or demands against
py Ads that an action has been decedent's estate must
onals filed against you and file their claims with this
that you are required to court WITHIN 3
d serve a copy of your MONTHS AFTER THE
written defenses, if any, DATE OF THE FIRST
S to it on Gilbert Eugene PUBLICATION OF
Beaver, whose address THIS NOTICE.
14 is 4483 Morningside
Ln, Milton, FL 32583 on ALL CLAIMS NOT
or before 9/10/2009, FILED WITHIN THE
01 and file the original with TIME PERIODS SET
the clerk of this Court FORTH IN SECTION
CIRCUIT at 6865. Caroline St. 733.702 OF THE FLOR-
OF THE 1ST Milton, FL 32570 before IDA PROBATE CODE
CIRCUIT, IN service on Petitioner or WILL BE FOREVER
OR SANTA immediately thereafter. BARRED.
COUNTY, If you fail to do so, a
default may be en- NOTWITHSTANDING
09-1244-DR tered against you for THE TIME PERIODS
E the relief demanded in SET FORTH ABOVE,
the petition. ANY CLAIM FILED
gene Beaver, TWO (2) YEARS OR
Copies of all court MORE AFTER THE
documents in this DECEDENT'S DATE OF
case, including DEATH IS BARRED.
orders, are available
at the Clerk of the Cir- The date of first publi-
cult Court's office, cation of this Notice is
You may review these August 26, 2009.
i i documents upon re-
1 quest. .. Attorney for Personal
Representative:
I You must keep the /s/ Jason A. Waddell
Clerk of the Cir6uit Attorney for Daniel M.
Court's office notified Dunlap
of your current ad- Florida Bar No. 529362
dress. (You may file Waddell, Waddell &
Notice of Current Breazeale, RA.
Address, Florida Su- 1108-A North 12th Ave-
preme Court Ap- nue
proved Family Law Pensacola, FL 32501
Form 12.915.) Future Telephone: (850)
papers in this lawsuit 434-8500
will be mailed to the Fax: (850) 434-0971
address on record at
the clerk's office. Personal Representa-
WARNING: Rule
12.285, Florida Family
Law Rules of Proce- i
dure, requires certain
automatic disclosure )ivorce 1149, Wills 130
of documents and in- Name Change 49
formation. Failure to n Cange49
comply can result in FREE Typing, Call for
sanctions, including Worksheet (859) 434-7524
dismissal or striking 1850N."W" St
of pleadngs(1blk.N. ofFlea Market)
Dated August 7, 2009
CLERK OF THE CIR-
CUlT COURT ""
CIRCUIT COURT SEAL
By: Brenda Lambrisky I
Deputy Clerk
081209
D 081909
SH082609 S
090309


Legal 8/1085
IN THE CIRCUIT
COURT FOR SANTA
ROSA COUNTY,
FLORIDA PROBATE
DIVISION
File No.
57-2008-CP-398
Division
IN RE: ESTATE OF
STEWART ANTHONY
DUNLAP
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDI-

The administration of
the estate of Stewart
Anthony Dunlap, de-
ceased, whose date of
death was November 2,
2008, is pending in the
Circuit Court for Santa
Rosa County, Florida,
Probate Division. the
address of which is
6816 Caroline Street,
Milton, Florida 32570.
The names and ad
dresses of the pernsonril
representative ind m Ihor
p a r s o ii a I
roproseontatl o' ,iattlir
noy are set forth bIloww
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Legal 9/1114
IN THE CIRCUIT
COURT FOR SANTA
ROSA COUNTY,
FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
File No.:
57-2009-CP-0209
IN RE: ESTATE OF
BERNARD R. ROLL
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDI-
TORS
The administration of
the estate of BERNARD
R. ROLL, deceased,
whose date of death
was April 13, 2009, is
pending in the Circuit
Court for Santa Rosa
County, Florida 32570.
The names and ad-
dresses of the personal
representative and the
p e r s o n a I
representative's attor-
ney are set forth below.
All creditors of the de-
cedent and other per-
sons having claims or
demands against
decedent's estate on
whom a copy of this
notice is required to be
served must file their
claims with this court
WITHIN THE LATER
OF 3 MONTHS AFTER
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FIRST PUBLICATION Legal 9/1117
OF THIS NOTICE OR
30 DAYS AFTER THE IN THE CIRCUIT
DATE OF SERVICE OF COURT FOR. SANTA
A COPY OF THIS NO- ROSA COUNTY,
TICE ON THEM. FLORIDA PROBATE
DIVISION
All other creditors of File No.
the decedent and other 57-2009-CP-346
persons having claims
or demands against IN RE: ESTATE OF OS-
decedent's estate must CAR T. PAUL
file their claims with this
court WITHIN 3 a/k/a 0. T. PAUL
MONTHS AFTER THE
DATE OF THE FIRST Deceased.
PUBLICATION OF
THIS NOTICE. NOTICE TO CREDI-
TORS
ALL CLAIMS NOT
FILED WITHIN THE The administration of
TIME PERIODS SET the estate of, Oscar T.
FORTH IN SECTION Paul, deceased, whose
733.702 OF THE FLOR- date of death was April
IDA PROBATE CODE 23, 2009, file number
WILL BE FOREVER 57-2009-CP-346, is
BARRED. pending in the Circuit
Court for Santa Rosa
NOTWITHSTANDING County, Florida, Pro-
THE TIME PERIODS bate Division; the ad-
SET FORTH ABOVE, dress of which is Post
ANY CLAIM FILED Office Box 472, Milton,
TWO (2) YEARS OR Florida 32572. The
MORE AFTER THE names and addresses
DECEDENT'S DATE OF of the personal repre-
DEATH IS BARRED. sentative and the per-
sonal representative's
The date of first publi- attorney are set forth
cation of this Notice is below.
September 2, 2009.
All creditors of the de-
Attorney for Personal cedent and other per-
Representative sons having claims or
/s/ Roy V. Andrews demands.. against
ROY V. ANDREWS decedent's estate on
Lindsay & Andrews whom a copy of this
Post Office Box 586 notice is required to be
Milton, Florida 32572 served must file their
(850) 623-3200 claims with this court
Florida Bar No. WITHIN THE LATER
0228291 OF 3 MONTHS AFTER
Attorney fro Petitioner THE TIME OF THE
FIRST PUBLICATION
Personal Representa- OF THIS NOTICE OR
tive 30 DAYS AFTER THE
ANDREA E. ROLL DATE OF SERVICE OF
3911 Windsor Castle A COPY OF THIS NO-
Blvd. TICE ON THEM.
Milton, FL 32583
All other creditors of
090209 the decedent and other
090909 persons having claims
9/1114 or demands- against
decedent's estate must
Legal 9/1115 file their claims with this
court WITHIN 3
NOTICE OF PUBLIC MONTHS AFTER THE
SALE: COOK'S PAINT DATE OF THE DATE
& BODY SHOP, INC. OF PUBLICATION OF
gives Notice of Foreclo- THIS NOTICE.
sure of Lien and intent
to sell these vehicles ALL CLAIMS NOT
on 09/13/2009, 08:00 FILED WITHIN THE
am at 4432 FLORI- TIME PERIODS SET
DATOWN RD CPU FORTH IN SECTION
PACE, FL 32571-1831, 733.702 OF THE FLOR-
pursuant to subsection IDA PROBATE CODE
713.78 of the Florida WILL BE FOREVER
Statutes. COOK'S BARRED.
PAINT & BODY SHOP,
INC. reserves the right _ -__
to accept or reject any -A-K - -L T IGrW
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MORE AFTER THE
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DEATH IS BARRED.
The date of first publi-
cation of this notice is
September 2, 2009.
Attorney for Personal
Representative:
/s/ J. Mark Fisher
J. Mark Fisher
Florida Bar No. 494992
Law office of J. Mark
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MILTON Duplex
$599 Move In 2 bed/lbath. No Pets.
Special Off No Smoking. 500
Highway 90 dep/500 month.
*Efficiency 994-9391
*1 Bedroom,1 Bath
furnished or unfurn Old Bagdad Hwy.
*2 Bedroom, 1 Bath 2/1, Oak floors, water
unfurnished view. $480 month, $300
Includes: Deposit, dep. 626-0482
credit check & 1st
month's rent. No Pace
dogs, Inground 4013 Florence Street
Swimming pool, 3bed/lbath. $750 rent.
laundry room, plus No pets. Call 623-4409
walking distance to_________
amenities. Emerald
Sands. 712-9968 Two 3/2 homes in quiet
~__^_^____ neighborhood. Ideal for
Miloncouple or small family.
Milton N. O PETS. Call after
$799 Move In 5pm 850-593-6015
Special (home) or weekends
Avalon Blvd 850-718-6644 (cell)
2br, lba Duplex, Ca-
thedral ceilings, W/D
room, dish washer In- -uL 0
cludes: Deposit, 6170
credit check & 1st
month's rent. No 2 bedroom 1 bath.
dogs. Emerald Water and garbage fur-
Sands. 712-9968 nished. Nice neighbor-
hood. 6576 DaLisa
Road. $500 month.
Milton $350 deposit. 626-3454
$799 Move In
Special 87 North
Off of Avalon 2/1 mobile home $350.,
Bl.vd OR 3/2, $500 month.
Blvd- $300 dep. Water and
2br, 2ba, W/D hkup, garbage included. No
dishwasher, balcony pets. 675-6614
Includes: Deposit,
credit check & 1st
month's rent. No 2/2 - Total electric.
dogs. Emerald Senior citizen discount.
Sands. 712-9968 East Gate Mobile
Home Ranch 626-8973


Jay / Milton / Pace
Rentals 2 & 3 bed-
rooms. $400-$650 per
month. Section 8 / Hud
accepted. 994-5703
Milton (Bruce Lane)
Includes water, gar-
bage and lawn service.
2/2 for $450 month.
2/2 for $350/month
Call 698-4582
Milton
clean. 3/2 on 1 acre
fenced yard, $550 mo
$550 dep.
957-1001
Milton/Pace
Off Avalon Blvd. Close
to 1-10, Walmart. .2/2,
screened porches,
work shop and shed.
CH/A. $550 month.
$550 dep. 982-0205
Old Bagdad Highway
2 bedroom, 1 bath,
14 X 60. $450 month
944-3156 or 393-9758


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Buy Forclosures Di- Nice house furnished
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850-472-2500 $279,000.
S850-994-9985 or


7160


J 0 Down
For all 'land owners.
Your land or family
ALI land. All Credit O.K.
850-682-3344


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


Get6our share of the
government
Bailout...
Receive up to $8000 to
help buy your new
home... Call Clayton
Homes of Crestview for
details 850-683-0758


850-77


96 Cadillac Seville
STS Good Condition'
Reduced to $2,500 or
best offer. 626-3638

1975 Bricklin. Partially
restored. 351 engine.
$5000. (850)723-3834


CASH PAID
for junk cars
or trucks.
Running or not.
Call: 983-9527
or 723-5048


76-1939
--- I B170 -1


AUTOR E, MARINE
I RECRETONAL
8100 - Aniique & Collectibles
0110- 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


Cargo King, closed in
trailer. 5' X 8 1/2. GUW
2990. $700 (850)
723-3834




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FROM
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CLUES ACROSS

1. Married woman
4. Converged
7. Point one point S of due E
10. Table condiment
12. Trade
14. Indian frock
15. Bombast
16. Blighia tree (var.)
17. Pre-college school
18. Give clear expression to
20. ____ Tomei, actress
22. Tall hardwood tree
23. Actress Ryan
24. Not true
26. Organic compounds
29. Hill (Celtic)
30. Apprehension
35. They_
36. 1st state abbr. (var.)


CLUES DOWN
1. Mutual savings bank
2. Abnormal breathing
3. E. European people
4. Nutmeg covering spice
5. Large northern deer
6. Spill over
7. Auricles
8. La Tar Pits in L.A.
9. A way to take in liquids
11. Mercaptan
12. One who fires
13. Sewed together
14. Water tap
19. Vogue publisher Conde
21. 1: of the kidneys
24. Nummulite
25. Space for public entertain-
ments
27. Chinese dynasty 502-557
28. Genus of the Soleidae


37. Chicken __ King
38. "Me & Bobby McGee"
singer
44. Horny jaws of a bird
45. Beheaded queen Antoinette
46. Goatlike Eurasian antelope
48. Wrath
49. Container cover
50. Also-rans
53. So. Spanish port city
56. Brood of pheasant
57. Coal tar product
59. Retained
61. Sagu : treelike cacti
62. Challenged
63. Clods
64. Pinna
65. Cotter or straight
66. Tell on


29. Mahal
31. Tokyo
32. High spirits
33. Not in good health
34. Seize suddenly
39. Bearded plants
40. Beget
41. Shouted derisively
42. No man is one
43. A hammered fastener
47. N.W. state
50. Old Italian money
5 1. Aroma
52. Detergent
53. Demeanor
54. Sports paraphernalia
55. __ Romeo, car
56. No (Scottish)
58. Lanka
60. Fall back time


Hate your neighbor? .
Take my rooster. N OAV
623-0522


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Debris Removal & Storm Clean-Up 28 years experience
Dirt Work Demolition & Hauling Wells for drinking water,
Land Clearing, Backhoe & Trackhoe Work
All iree work done by man illt NJo Climbing irrigation, ponds,
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a -. Free Estimates 5 ll.
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, GROCERY OUTLET
4025 Hwy 90 * Pace
We Sell at Our Cost Plus a 10% Surcharge Added at the Register


Tyson
Buffalo Strip
or Hot Wings
58225oz


Peruvian
Jumbo Sweet
Onions

681'


Country
Ribbon Ham
Steaks
40o
Ib


12 Pk 12 oz
Sunkist
250


Royal Smoked
Boneless
Whole
Porkloins
08
Ib


Sweet Golden
Ripe Large
Cantaloupes
1 c12c
each


Bengal
Ant 'N Roach
Aerosol
5309Oz
9 oz


Farmland
Fresh Seasonal
Pork Tenders
3 98
19.2 oz

Royal
Reg or Hot
Smoked
Sausage

9916 oz


Value Time
Foam Plates

83 40o
340 dt


AErIcEGoOery

SALE PRICES GOOD THRU SEPT 8, 2009
1'2'1 nnuj "4 115� B"T"


Cost includes freight, fee, and any associated expenses.


4025 HWY 90
850-995-8778
V'I"S EBT W


* PACE


IC


Family Pack
T-Bone Steaks
4 87
lb


Family Pack
Ground
Beef
29lb
Ib


Ball Park
Meat Franks

95'6 oz


Country Best
Bratwurst or
Italian Sausage
2 68
16 oz


Tyson Boneless
Tray Pack
Breast Tenders
74lb
IlIb


Shurfresh
Griller's
Hamburger
Patties
15 b box
*^8 l~bbox


Fresh Express
Crisp Cole Slaw

9716 oz


Fresh New
Crop Yellow
or White Corn

35~ar


Gatorade

8632 oz


Shurfine or
Oven Fresh
Hamburger or
Hot Dog Buns
72o
I2^8d


Lays
Potato
Chips

2008 oz


Van Camp
Baked
Beans

S 0528oz


Shurfine
Ketchup


24 oz


Sauers
Mayonnaise

211 32oz


Kraft
BBQ
Sauce


18 oz


Shurfine
16 oz Plastic
Cups
20 22 t
20 ct


Blue Bunny
Ice Cream

56 oz


Bama
Jelly,
1133
32 oz


Muellers
Spaghetti or
Macaroni

78 16 oz


SALE GOOD SEPTEMBER 2 2009 THRU SEPTEMBER 8,2009


L-STORE-HOURS: 7AM=9PM97DAYSAWEEK


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