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FHP works to ID crash victim


BILL GAMBLING I Press Gazette
Friday afternoon a motorcycle versus car accident
occurred at the westbound exit ramp of 1-10 at
Highway 87. David Stevens of Crestview suffered
serious injuries and was transported to West Florida
Hospital.


By BILL GAMBLING
news@srpressgazette.com
The Florida Highway Patrol is
working to identify a driver who died
Saturday in a crash on I-10 just west of
Garner Landing Road.
According to the FHP, the deceased
was westbound on 1-10 at a high rate of
speed when for unknown reasons the
driver lost control.
After losing control, the 2003
Volkswagon sedan traveled onto the
shoulder of the north side of the road-
way and continued to the west until it
struck a drainage ditch. When the se-
dan struck the ditch it overturned and
caught fire.


The driver was pronounced dead at
the scene.
While emergency personnel were
on the scene, traffic on 1-10 had to be
rerouted for approximately 40 min-
utes.
It is unknown if the deceased was
wearing a seatbelt and an alcohol test
is pending according to the press re-
lease.
The body of the deceased was taken
to the Sacred Heart Morgue.
In a separate incident on Friday a
motorcycle and car were involved in
an accident on State Route 87 at the I-
10 exit ramp.
According to the FHP report of the
5 p.m. accident, Holly L. Bright, 26, of


Crestview was headed west on 1-10
and took the State Route 87 exit.
Bright failed to see the motorcycle
being operated by David B. Slavens, 52,
of Crestview, and pulled into the path
of his 1997 Suzuki motorcycle.
According to the FHP, Slavens laid
the bike down in an attempt to avoid
the collision and was ejected from the
bike, which continued forward and
struck Bright's Dodge.
Slavens was transported to West
Florida Hospital where he was treated
and released.
Bright was charged with violation of
the right of way at a stop intersection.
Slavens was wearing a helmet at
the time of the accident.


DEATH IN PACE




Police investigate shooting


By BILL GAMBLING
news@srpressgazette.com

A shooting in Pace remains
under investigation by the Florida
Department of Law Enforcement
as of press time Tuesday morn-
ing.
Sunday night a shootout be-
tween deputies with the Santa
Rosa County Sheriff's Office and
Mark Delane Walker, 41, resulted
in Walker's death.
Following the shooting five
deputies were placed on paid ad-
ministrative leave according to
Marc Ward with the Santa Rosa
County Sheriff's Office.
The last time a Santa Rosa
County Deputy was involved in
a shooting resulting in a fatality
was in 2005 just a couple of blocks
from the Santa Rosa County Sher-
iff's Office, according to Ward.
Sunday's shooting occurred
after deputies responded to a fire-
arms complaint at 4472 Tamarind
Drive in Pace according to Sgt.
Scott Haines, Public Information
Officer with the Santa Rosa Coun-
ty Sheriff's Office.
Haines said around 9:15 p.m.
two separate calls were received
by dispatch reporting they had
heard gunshots coming from a
fifth wheel trailer located at the
address on Tamarind Drive.
Numerous deputies arrived at
the address and confirmed that
the suspect was armed with a
shotgun.
Haines stated that an armed
encounter between the deputies
and Walker occurred just before
10 p.m. or 39 minutes after they ar-
rived at the trailer Walker was liv-
ing in. Due to the situation numer-

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The FDLE truck sits outside of 4472 Tamarind Drive as they investigate a shooting involving deputies with the
Santa Rosa County Sheriff's Office that led to a fatality.


Neighbor describes scene of shootout on Tamarind Drive


By MATHEW PELLEGRINO
mpellegrino@srpressgazette.com
Faith Salter had always known her
neighbor that lived in a trailer behind
her house on Tamarind Drive, but
had only heard his voice over the tele-
phone.
The Milton resident who has lived
in her house for 18 years said she


knew the man only by his first name
- Mark.
"My husband knew his last name,
but I only knew him by his first name,"
she said. "He would never come over,
he would always call on the phone."
The man she referred to as "Mark"
was Mark Walker who was involved
in a shootout with Santa Rosa County
deputies late Sunday night.


Walker had called the Salter home
hours before he opened fire on Santa
Rosa County Sheriff officers on his
property Sunday night.
"He was always very paranoid,"
Salter said.
Faith said that paranoia started
occurring a few months ago. She said

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Santa Rosa County commissioners discuss licenses and Biorefinery


By MATHEW PELLEGRINO
mpellegrino@srpressgazette.com
Santa Rosa County commis-
sioners talked green and talked
on ways to save green at Mon-
day's commission meeting.
First up commissioners dis-
cussed a recently passed legisla-
tive bill that would transform all
driver license issuance offices
into tax collector offices in the
county.
County tax collector Stan
Nichols said the recent Senate
bill 1439 and House bill 5051, that


was passed in the last legisla-
tive system forced the change in
order for the state to save more
money.
Because of the change, Nich-
ols said he would need to hire
more staff, which is already in
tight quarters at the Midway of-
fice.
"By consolidating services,
we are going to need to provide
better services," Nichols said.
Nichols asked the board if
they could grant a request for
additional space at the current
DMV in Midway.


Commissioner Gordon Good-
in asked if the move to make all
DMV offices tax collector loca-
tions had to be made now.
Nichols said the changes
were not crucial at this time but
said he is already interviewing
possible candidates to fill more
positions at the Midway office.
"This will add about six to
seven more people to the bud-
get," Nichols said. "It will save
the state money, but it would not
be reflected on our budget."
That means the state would
not issue any more money to the


departments for extra staff.
The Milton Driver's License
office on Bagdad Highway will
be closed in January 2011, and
the Santa Rosa County Tax Col-
lectors Office on Highway 90 will
begin providing Driver License
services in Milton the second
week of January of next year.
The Gulf Breeze Driver Li-
cense office is anticipated to be
closed next year as well, with an
announcement of the date of clo-
sure to come within the next 12
months.
Commissioners approved the


move of the Clerk of Court staff
within the Midway office to make
room for the additional staff in
Midway for Thursday's agenda.
Among talks of driver licenses
came talks of a Biorefinery plant
in Jay that could bring as many
as 30 jobs within its first year of
operation.
Rodney Higgins with Inte-
grated Energy Partners said
they were looking to bring the
plant to Jay in order to facili-
tate the need for future biofuel

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County, BP urging businesses to report losses


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British Petroleum and
Santa Rosa County are
urging locals who have
been affected by the BP oil
spill to make their claims
to the company as soon as
possible.
That was the subject of
last Thursday's county up-
date breakfast inside Oops
Alley on Highway 90 where
Santa Rosa County com-
missioner Gordon Goodin
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So far, BP has paid out
$3.5 million to the nearly
3,200 claims that had been
filed since last Thursday
just in Santa Rosa County.
Marinas overlooks the
BP claims office in Gulf
Breeze across from the
zoo on Gulf Breeze Park-
way.
Commissioner Goodin
who told BP and the Coast
Guard on June 25 that they
had until June 30 to make
quicker responses to the
oil crisis or he would imple-
ment the National Incident
Management System said
he regretted what he told
BP that Friday in June.
"Some of those provoc-
ative remarks seem to be
a distant memory," Goodin
said. "I know it's not great,
but it will get better."
Right now, Goodin said


he wants locals to move
forward and make their
claims for the long road
ahead, stating that even
those who are not directly
on the beach have every
right to file claims for lost
revenue.
Kenneth Feinberg, the
independent administra-
tor appointed to deal with
oil spill claims has $20 bil-
lion set aside to pay the
legitimate claims for those
affected.
The lawyer hired by BP
dispersed hundreds of mil-
lions of dollars to victims
of the September 11, 2001
attacks, and was called on
by BP to administer their
compensation funds for the
spill.
"He said he is working
for the people of the Gulf,"
Goodin said. "He said he
will bend over backwards


to collaborate claims."
Goodin said that the
beach wouldn't be the same
for at least another nine
months as crews worked to
plug off the oil well a mile
below the oceans surface
last week.
"The recovery is not go-
ing to be quick, and we will
be cleaning this up for nine
to 12 months," Goodin said.
And even then, Goodin
said beach goers could be
spotting tar balls for years
to come.
Marinas told Goodin
that a handful of phone calls
come in daily to the claims
office asking how people
can help with the clean
up. The BP representative
said that since the demand
was so high, BP has come
up with a program called
the Shoreline Users Re-
source Group which uses


volunteers to help promote
beach conditions and give
out other important infor-
mation that is helpful to
tourists and locals.
"You are able to work in
three hour shifts and work
on the beach to promote
swimming conditions and
are able to go out and give
information to beach goers
on the current conditions,"
Marinas said.
Although the program is
just getting kicked off, Ma-
rinas said it has continued
to grow.
For now, Goodin said lo-
cals should work towards
making their claims so
their businesses and liveli-
hoods could stay afloat.
"You don't need to be a
block or five miles off of the
beach," Goodin said. "If you
are affected by this, file a
claim."


Grant projects bloom at TEAM Santa Rosa offices


By Ildi Hosman
Special to the Press Gazette
The summer is all about
grant writing at TEAM
Santa Rosa. In continu-
ing efforts to reduce our
reliance on public funds,
TEAM is working on seven


grants that could help sup-
plement our budget for the
next fiscal year.
TEAM Santa Rosa as-
sisted AppRiver in obtain-
ing an Incumbent Worker
Training Grant. This fund-
ing will help offset the cost
associated with training


new employees.
Visit PanhandleFresh.
com to register for season
two of the Community Sup-
ported Agriculture (CSA)
program. The season be-
gins on August 21 and con-
tinues thru November 26.
The program requires a


13-week commitment and
costs $30 per week. Be-
cause the amount of pro-
duce being given each week
is so large, we encourage
individuals to share their
memberships in order to
divide up the quantity and
reduce cost per person.


Speak OUT


Sunday, 2:18 p.m.
C.J. here. I wish that
community organizer and
Michelle would quit fly-
ing down here to look at
this oil spill and wasting
taxpayers money. They
are not doing a darn
thing.

Saturday, 9:27 p.m.
This is Raymond re-
sponding to Bill up in the


woods in Blackwater. Just
to clarify the Constitu-
tion and Declaration of
Independence can be in-
terpreted by any person
of the United States. I
wanted you to know this
and all Europeans are il-
legal immigrants because
this country belongs to the
Native American Indians
and Mexicans. That is who
this belonged to my friend
Billy.


Thursday, 10:50 p.m.
Cars and houses are
not very cheap and not ev-
ery person is able to buy it.
However, business loans
was invented to aid differ-
ent people in such situa-
tions.

Thursday, 9:04 a.m.
Hi this is Linda. I am
calling about a situation in
our area of George Stone


Estates. Dogs are run-
ning rampant in the area
and leaving a mess in their
wake while also growling
at and scaring children. We
have called animal control
and it has not helped the
situation. I realize they are
busy, but I hope this can
help correct the situation.
If you have a short
comment you would like
to make, call the Speak
Out line at 623-5887.


Elected OFFICIALS


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

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



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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@
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District 3: Diane Coleman, 9400 Octavia Lane,
Navarre, FL 32566, 939-2661. E-mail is colemanmd@
mail.santarosa.k]2.fl.us.
District 4: JoAnn J. Simpson, 5059 Faircloth St.,
Pace 32571, 994-5446. E-mail is simpsonjj@mail.
santarosa.k]2.fl.us.
District 5: Edward Gray III, 1 Gray Oaks Lane, Gulf
Breeze, FL 32561, 850-932-6287. E-mail is grayem@
mail.santarosa.k]2.fl.us.
The Santa Rosa County School Board meets at 6:30
p.m. second and fourth 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. City Manager,
Brian Watkins.
Gulf Breeze City Hall, Mayor Lane Gilchrist, 1070
Shoreline Drive, Gulf Breeze, FL 32561, 934-5100. City
Manager, "Buzz" Eddy.
Town of Jay, Mayor Kurvin Quails, 3822 Highway
4, Jay, FL 32565, 675-2719.
Contact information for your elected officials
appears in every Saturday edition of the Santa Rosa
Press Gazette. Know your leaders; stay in touch.


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Santa Rosa's Press Gazette I A3


Making This Right

Beaches
Claims

Cleanup
Economic Investment
Environmental Restoration
Health and Safety
Wildlife


For information visit: bp.com
restorethegulf.gov
facebook.com/bpamerica
twitter.com/bp_america
youtube.com/bp


I grew up on the Gulf Coast. I know these waters. And I'm
doing everything I can to clean them up.
Fred Lemond, BP Cleanup Operations

BP has taken full responsibility for the cleanup in the Gulf. And
that includes keeping you informed.

Searching For And Cleaning Up The Oil
Every morning, over 50 spotter planes and helicopters search for
oil off the coast, heading to areas previously mapped with satellite
imagery and infrared photography. Once oil is found, they radio
down to the 6,000 ships and boats of all sizes that are supporting
the cleanup effort and working to collect the oil. These are
thousands of local shrimping and fishing boats organized into
task forces and strike teams, plus specialized skimmers mobilized
from as far as the Netherlands.

We have recovered more than 27 million gallons of oil-water
mixture from the Gulf. Other methods have also helped remove
millions of additional gallons of oil from the water. We've deployed
more than 8 million feet of boom to protect beaches and sensitive
wildlife areas.

Hurricane Preparedness
In the event of a hurricane, our first priority is keeping people
safe. In coordination with the Coast Guard and local officials, we
may suspend operations temporarily but have organized to resume
them as soon as possible.

Our Responsibility
We have already spent more than $3.2 billion responding to the
spill and on the cleanup, and none of this will be paid by taxpayers.
We will work in the Gulf as long as it takes to get this done. We
may not always be perfect but we will do everything we can to
make this right.


For assistance, please call:
To report oil on the shoreline: (866) 448-5816
To report impacted wildlife: (866) 557-1401
To make spill-related claims: (800) 440-0858
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Wednesday, July 21, 2010


Death draws multi-agency response


Brian Hughes
brianh@crestviewbulletin.com
The death at the home of a
woman reportedly in her late
70s drew response from several
regional agencies to a normally
quiet south Crestview neighbor-
hood the morning of July 13.
"It's a death investigation
right now," said Crestview Po-
lice spokesman Lt. Andrew Sch-
neider from the scene. "There
are some elements that are sus-
picious."
As the Florida Department
of Law Enforcement's black mo-
bile crime scene lab and an offi-
cer from the Medical Examin-
er's office arrived on the scene,
Schneider explained the woman
had been found that morning by
her grandson, who called 9-1-1
upon discovering her body.
The many police and state
vehicles were unusual for the
quiet Southgate Drive cul de
sac, with just 15 homes behind
the Coach 'n' Four restaurant.
"It's a quiet neighborhood,"
Schneider said. "We don't ever
have issues here."
Stacey H. Chadwell, the
victim's next-door neighbor,


ANN SPANN I Crestview News Bulletin
INVESTIGATION: Members of the Crestview Police
Department and the Florida Department of Law Enforcement
are pictured at the scene of a death investigation on
Southgate Drive.


said the woman had moved to
Kansas to live with her son sev-
eral years ago, but when she
was unable to sell her home,
had moved back to Crestview.
Chadwell said the family "has
been through a lot," including
the death of another grandson,
as well as the woman's husband,
in recent years.
Chadwell said she returned
from shopping Tuesday morn-
ing around 8 a.m. and found the
grandson in the victim's yard
crying. "I hugged him," she said.


She said the woman was not in
bad health.
"She was healthy," Chadwell
said. "She golfed. She was in
good shape. A little cantanker-
ous, but I loved her, bless her
heart."
Schneider later said inves-
tigators determined the "signs
of a struggle" that had initially
caused them concern "appear
to be (the result of) a medical
condition in which she was try-
ing to get help. It does not ap-
pear to be foul play."


Crestview man charged with stalking


Angel McCurdy
Florida Freedom Newspapers
A 69-year-old man was arrested
July 3 on charges of misdemeanor
stalking.
According to an Okaloosa County
Sheriff's report, a Crestview couple
has been harassed by the man mul-
tiple times.
In October 2009, the couple saw
the man pull into their driveway,


point his finger and thumb in a "gum-
like gesture," pulled the trigger and
said, "I know where you live."
Then in May 2010, the woman
saw the man throw raw animal parts
into her driveway, the report said.
She added that since May, dam-
age has occurred to her tires and
sexual devices and used condoms
had been found in her yard. The
couple also discovered their trash
thrown over the yard.


Intoxicated man to deputy: 'I'll take you down'


Wendy Victora
Florida Freedom Newspapers
Law enforcement officers
called to a domestic violence in-
cident in Crestview on July 10
ended up arresting 38-year-old
Robert Melvin Phillips on charges
of battery on an officer, according
to his arrest report.
Phillips was "extremely intoxi-
cated" and "displaying aggressive
tendencies," according to the re-


port.
He told a deputy he was go-
ing to take him down and then
charged, striking him in the chest
with his right shoulder, the report
said.
The deputy noted that he was in
his patrol uniform and was plainly
identifiable as a law enforcement
officer.
Phillips, who lives in Crestview,
was taken into custody without in-
cident.


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Medical Center BIRTHS


Special to the Press Gazette
June
Skye Allen and Bobby
Miley, Sr., a daughter,
Che'y Marie Miley, born
Saturday, June 26,2010.
Misty Price, a son,
Parker Thomas Price,
born Saturday, June 26,
2010.
Mary and William
Younce, a son, Daben Lee
Younce, born Sunday, June
27, 2010.
Lakeshia Blocker
and Paul Gilliard, a son,
Robert Rush Gilliard,
born Monday, June 28,
2010.
Jennifer and Justin
Nelson, a son, Brantley
Wyndell Nelson, born
Wednesday, June 30, 2010.

July
Brittany Weaver and
Gabriel Oxner, a son,
Lucas Shane Oxner, born
Thursday, July 1, 2010.
Mariah and Steven
Kelley, a daughter,
Elizabeth Dawn Kelley,
born Friday, July 2, 2010.
Sabrina R. and Brandon
M. Johnson, a son,
Zachary John Johnson,
born Tuesday, July 6,2010.
Kara L. and Brian
M. Smith, a son, Brady
Michael Smith, born
Wednesday, July 7, 2010.


Chrissy Pettit, a son,
Bentley Charles Vargas,
born Friday, July 9, 2010.
Amanda Nichole
Roberts, a son, Tyshawn
Isaiah Brown, born
Sunday, July 11, 2010.
Valerie LeAnn and
Leonard Cartha Palmer,
a daughter, Laura Bryce
Palmer, born Monday, July
12, 2010.
Hazel and Benjamin
Eckert, a daughter, Olivia
Kareena Eckert, born
Wednesday, July 14, 2010.
Sarah R. Bauman, a
daughter, Destiny Dawn
Bauman, born Wednesday,
July 14, 2010.
Lesley Johnson and
Greg Lambert, a daughter,
Kaylen Riley Lambert,
born Wednesday, July 14,
2010.
Melissa A. and
Joshua Jacob Foreman,
a son, Jacob Edward
Paul Foreman, born
Wednesday, July 14, 2010.
Miranda Renee and
Drew Colon Harvell, a son,
Bryce Drew Harvell, born
Friday, July 16, 2010.
Summer and Joseph
Bowman, a daughter,
Summer Katherine
Bowman, born Friday,
July 16, 2010.
Tiffany and James
Martin, a son, Landon
James Martin, born
Friday, July 16, 2010.


SPECIAL TO THE PRESS GAZETTE
BACK ROW:Jeff King and Dana Keltner. FRONT ROW: Marilyn Mayhew and President Dewey Mars.


Faith Bible College holds graduation


Special to the Press Gazette
Three people received degrees
from Faith Bible College and Theo-
logical Seminary on June 13. The
graduation ceremony was held at
the Faith Baptist Church in Milton.
Dr. Jeffrey K. King, development di-
rector of Rodeheaver Boys Ranch,
outside Palatka, gave the com-
mencement address. Degrees were
conferred at the hand of Faith Bible
College and Theological Seminary
President Dr. Dewey W Mars.


Dana Renee (Stolzer) Keltner of
Aurora, Colo., received the Bachelor
of Bible degree, completing the re-
quired studies by correspondence.
Jeffrey K. King of Palatka, in recog-
nition of his diligent study of the Holy
Scriptures and meritorious service
to the Christian faith and ministry,
received a Doctor of Divinity degree.
Marilyn L. (Grove) Mayhew of Mil-
ton was awarded the degree Doctor
of Church Administration in recogni-
tion of her outstanding commitment
to the Christian faith and ministry.


Mayhew has served as the secretary
of Faith Baptist Church for more
than 30 years.
Faith Bible College and Theologi-
cal Seminary is a fundamental Bap-
tist educational institution estab-
lished in 1979. Hundreds of students
have received knowledge, training
and credentials to use in every area
of Christian service.
The vision for the school's fu-
ture ministry includes an online
curriculum and worldwide satellite
schools.


Ask the Preacher

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


Dear Pastor Gallups "What is this I have been hearing that a
Hawaii Elections Official is saying that Obama was not born in
the state of Hawaii?" Jim D. Milton

Dear Jim D.
Here's the scoop as reported by World Net Daily.
Tim Adams, who worked as a senior elections clerk for the
city and county of Honolulu in 2008 is in.i,111, li stunning claim
Barack Obama was definitely not born in Hawaii as the White
House maintains, and that a long-form, hospital-generated birth
certificate for Obama does not even exist in the Aloha State.
Adams says he's free to talk about it publicly since he no
longer has any confidentiality restrictions from his former
employer, the Honolulu government.
"There is no birth certificate," said Tim Adams, "It's like an
open secret. There isn't one. Everyone in the government there
knows this."
Adams, who says he's a Hillary Clinton supporter said, "I
managed the absentee-ballot office. It was my job to verify the
voters' identity"
He says during the 2008 campaign when the issue of
Obama's constitutional eligibility first arose, the elections office
was inundated with requests to verify the birthplace of the U.S.
senator from Illinois.
At the time, there were conflicting reports that Obama had
been born at the Queen's Medical Center in Honolulu, as well as
the Kapi'olani Medical Center for Women and Children across
town. So Adams says his office checked with both facilities.
To date, no Hawaiian hospital has provided documented
confirmation that Obama was born at its facility. Neither has
ANY governmental agency of the State of Hawaii.
Also to date the following records are sealed with the full
knowledge of Obama after he has reportedly spent well over 1
million to ensure their sealing:
Kindergarten Passport records
Punahou School Medical records
Occidental College Illinois state senator files
Columbia University Illinois State Bar Association
Columbia thesis files
Harvard Law School Baptism records
Harvard Law Review articles Adoption records
University of Chicago articles

To Date neither neither Obama nor ANY of his supporters have
PROVEN his birthplace or his constitutional eligibility to serve as
president of the United States as a natural born citizen.
Something to think about, huh ?
Carl Gallups is the Pastor of Hickory Hammock Baptist Church. in Milton. He has a Bachelor of
Science degree from Florida State University, and a Master of Divinity from The New Orleans
Baptist Theological Seminary. He has been pastor of HHBC since 1987. He serves as an
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us to sing. If you play an instrument, you are
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Wednesday, July 21, 2010


LICENSES from page Al


needs.
"This is something
that is needed," Hig-
gins told commission-
ers. "I have been in
contact with a number
of farmers who like the
idea."
Higgins said those
farmers liked the idea
of the plant because
it could utilize their
crops whether the crop
was useable or not.
The plant could also
earn greenhouse gas
credits which in turn
could earn money for
the facility.
"I heard you all had
a bad rain a few years
back... While those
crops may have suf-
fered, we can use the
residue from those
crops for biofuel," Hig-
gins said.
The facility would
take those plants and
utilize them into fuel
for future uses.
Goodin questioned
whether the need for


biofuel was crucial at
this time, and for this
county.
"When gas prices
were $4.50 last year, we
saw commercials on all
the time about alterna-
tive fuels...but now we
don't see as many," he
said.
Those commercials
were spewing out in-
formation on the ben-
efits of the alternative
fuel many would be
able to use in cars or
trucks.
Right now, Higgins
said the bond holders
wanted reassurance
that the county would
have IEP's back for
the project before they
could issue a $30 mil-
lion bond to build the
facility in Jay.
Goodin said he
would like to see more
input on the plant and
the price of the plant
before he could move
forward with any deci-
sion.


SHOOTING from page Al
ous deputies fired their weapons at Walker.
Walker was declared deceased at the scene
after entry into the fifth wheel trailer was
made by the Santa Rosa County SWAT team.
"It was pretty much over when the SWAT
team made entry," Ward said.
Reports following the Sunday night inci-
dent indicate deputies have been to the Tam-
arind Drive location before.
"I believe that fact to be true," Ward said.
"He might have called the sheriff's office or
someone else might have called. I am not
sure, but the victim was known to the sher-
iff's office.
The FDLE's involvement is to double
check the procedures were followed by law
enforcement.
"Typically the FDLE interviews those in-
volved and the witnesses," said Mike Morri-
son, public information officer with the FDLE
in Tallahassee. "We are doing our fact finding
and provide a report to the State.
Due to the nature of the investigation, the
names of the deputies involved and other de-
tails are not being released at this time.

NEIGHBOR from page Al


that Walker would con-
stantly call or tell her hus-
band that someone was
out to get him or wanted to
break into his home.
"He said there were
people on his property and
in his yard that were knock-
ing on his door," Faith said.
"The night before last he
told Jerry he saw a man
and was extremely para-
noid.
"I knew it was going to
come to something," she
said.
That something led offi-
cers to a shootout with the
suspect Sunday night out-
side of his home, that left
the Pace man dead.
Sunday afternoon, Faith
said Walker called her
house to ask if her husband
had a hunting camera. Jer-
ry, Faith's husband is an
avid hunter who on occa-
sion would use the cameras
to spy on potential feeding
grounds.
"Around 6 p.m. he called
wanting to borrow a hunt-
ing camera," Faith said.
"He kept saying he was so


sure people were coming in
his yard."
Faith said the man who
she said was in his mid 30s
or early 40s had claimed he
saw "boys" in his yard over
the weekend and wanted to
catch them and prove they
were coming on his prop-
erty with the camera.
Faith's husband howev-
er told the neighbor he did
not have the camera and
later left his wife at home
to go fox hunting.
At around 9 p.m. Faith
said she received a call
from her husband, and
shortly after remembers
what she said sounded
like a car door slamming.
"It didn't sound like a
gun shot at all," she said.
"But I called my sister-in-
law who lives across the
street who said she had
heard the same sound."
Faith said that while
she was on the phone
with her sister-in-law she
heard another loud bang,
which she and her relative
insisted was a gunshot.
The gunshot she said


MATHEW PELLEGRINO | Press Gazette
Law enforcement officers investigate the aftermath of a Sunday
night shooting that left a Pace man dead after gunshots were
heard coming from his trailer on Tamarind Drive.


however was not new to
her. Faith said the sher-
iff's office had been called
to the man's trailer in the
past because she said
Walker had threatened to
kill himself before.
"Sheriff's had come
here before because he
had threatened to shoot
himself or just shoot," she
said. "He was sure there
were people trying to
break into his house."
Faith's sister-in-law
suggested her husband
call the police, and Faith
said almost 15 minutes
later, a Santa Rosa Coun-
ty Sheriff's officer was at
her house.
"When the police came,
they told me to get to the
back side of the house,"
Faith said.
Faith said she tried
to assist the officer in
getting Walker's phone
number, and while doing
so, the suspect opened a
series of rounds from his
trailer.
"The officer told me to
get out of the house and


leave and get to safety,"
Faith said. "I went down
to the end of the street
and stayed there for a
while."
Faith returned to her
empty house when of-
ficers advised she could
come back Monday morn-
ing.
"I wasn't frightened,
just more sad than any-
thing," Faith said. "I just
hate to see it happen be-
cause he's such a young
man."
A young man, Faith said
Walker regularly helped
out neighbors with repairs
inside of their trailers.
"He was always very
mannerly and friendly
... but that doesn't mean
anything anymore," she
said.
Faith said the man
lived by himself.
Early Monday morning
Florida Law Enforcement
Officers were still survey-
ing the scene. His trailer
sits next to two other
trailers tucked in behind
Faith's house.


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NOTICE OF BOOK CLOSING

Supervisor of Elections, Ann W.
Bodenstein, hereby gives Notice that the
Santa Rosa County voter registration
books will close on Monday, July 26,
2010, at 4:30 p.m., for registration to be
eligible to vote in the Primary Election to
be held on August 24, 2010. Anyone with
questions or comments should call the
Elections Office at 983-1900.


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Tide REPORT


Pensacola Bay


East Bay


Blackwater River


Navarre Beach


Thursday, July 22, 2010
2:47 AM CDT Moonset
6:01 AM CDT Sunrise
8:36 AM CDT High tide 1.76 Feet
5:26 PM CDT Moonrise
7:49 PM CDT Sunset
8:15 PM CDT Low tide -0.28 Feet

Friday, July 23, 2010
3:42 AM CDT Moonset
6:01 AM CDT Sunrise
9:31 AM CDT High tide 1.78 Feet
6:15 PM CDT Moonrise
7:48 PM CDT Sunset
9:00 PM CDT Low tide -0.27 Feet

Saturday, July 24, 2010
4:39 AM CDT Moonset
6:02 AM CDT Sunrise
10:1 8 AM CDT High tide 1.76 Feet
6:57 PM CDT Moonrise
7:48 PM CDT Sunset
9:31 PM CDT Low tide -0.22 Feet

Sunday, July 25, 2010
5:36 AM CDT Moonset
6:02 AM CDT Sunrise
10:57 AM CDT High tide 1.70 Feet
7:35 PM CDT Moonrise
7:47 PM CDT Sunset
8:36 PM CDT Full Moon
9:52 PM CDT Low tide -0.13 Feet


Thursday, July 22, 2010
2:46 AM CDT Moonset
5:59 AM CDT Sunrise
9:19 AM CDT High tide 2.12 Feet
5:25 PM CDT Moonrise
7:48 PM CDT Sunset
9:33 PM CDT Low tide -0.34 Feet

Friday, July 23, 2010
3:41 AM CDT Moonset
6:00 AM CDT Sunrise
10:14 AM CDT High tide 2.13 Feet
6:14 PM CDT Moonrise
7:47 PM CDT Sunset
10:16 PM CDT Low tide -0.32 Feet

Saturday, July 24, 2010
4:37 AM CDT Moonset
6:00 AM CDT Sunrise
11:03 AM CDT High tide 2.11 Feet
6:56 PM CDT Moonrise
7:46 PM CDT Sunset
10:49 PM CDT Low tide -0.26 Feet

Sunday, July 25, 2010
5:34 AM CDT Moonset
6:01 AM CDT Sunrise
11:42 AM CDT High tide 2.04 Feet
7:34 PM CDT Moonrise
7:46 PM CDT Sunset
8:36 PM CDT Full Moon
11:1 0 PM CDT Low tide -0.1 6 Feet


Thursday, July 22, 2010
2:46 AM CDT Moonset
5:59 AM CDT Sunrise
10:15 AM CDT High tide 2.12 Feet
5:26 PM CDT Moonrise
7:48 PM CDT Sunset
10:03 PM CDT Low tide -0.34 Feet

Friday, July 23, 2010
3:41 AM CDT Moonset
6:00 AM CDT Sunrise
11:10 AM CDT High tide 2.13 Feet
6:14 PM CDT Moonrise
7:48 PM CDT Sunset
10:46 PM CDT Low tide -0.32 Feet

Saturday, July 24, 2010
4:37 AM CDT Moonset
6:01 AM CDT Sunrise
11:59 AM CDT High tide 2.11 Feet
6:57 PM CDT Moonrise
7:47 PM CDT Sunset
11:1 9 PM CDT Low tide -0.26 Feet

Sunday, July 25, 2010
5:34 AM CDT Moonset
6:01 AM CDT Sunrise
12:38 PM CDT High tide 2.04 Feet
7:34 PM CDT Moonrise
7:47 PM CDT Sunset
8:36 PM CDT Full Moon
11:40 PM CDT Low tide -0.1 6 Feet


Thursday, July 22, 2010
2:46 AM CDT Moonset
5:59 AM CDT Sunrise
6:18 AM CDT High tide 1.70 Feet
5:25 PM CDT Moonrise
6:13 PM CDT Low tide -0.29 Feet
7:47 PM CDT Sunset

Friday, July 23, 2010
3:41 AM CDT Moonset
6:00 AM CDT Sunrise
7:11 AM CDT High tide 1.67 Feet
6:13 PM CDT Moonrise
6:58 PM CDT Low tide -0.27 Feet
7:47 PM CDT Sunset

Saturday, July 24, 2010
4:37 AM CDT Moonset
6:00 AM CDT Sunrise
8:00 AM CDT High tide 1.63 Feet
6:56 PM CDT Moonrise
7:39 PM CDT Low tide -0.21 Feet
7:46 PM CDT Sunset

Sunday, July 25, 2010
5:34 AM CDT Moonset
6:01 AM CDT Sunrise
8:43 AM CDT High tide 1.56 Feet
7:33 PM CDT Moonrise
7:46 PM CDT Sunset
8:12 PM CDT Low tide -0.10 Feet
8:36 PM CDT Full Moon


FWC REPORT


This report represents
some events the FWC
Northwest Region
handled from July 9-15;
however, it does not
include all actions taken
by the Division of Law
Enforcement.

ESCAMBIA COUNTY
Officers assigned to
the Pensacola Field Office
conducted patrols to locate
and report the status of
the oil spill utilizing the
50-foot patrol vessel, Orion,
for long range offshore
patrols. Numerous
vessels for mid-range
offshore patrols in the
Gulf of Mexico and the bay
systems of Pensacola and
Destin also were utilized.
Teams from the Northeast,
North Central, Southwest
and South A Regions
responded to assist with
additional patrols and
oil spill response efforts
during the past week. K-9
Officer Sarah Manning
has been instrumental in


coordinating media/press
ride-alongs and interviews
for both the long-range
and mid-range recon
patrols.

Attendance at the
annual Blue Angels Air
Show in Pensacola was
lower than previous years;
however, excellent weather
and patriotism provided
the atmosphere for a great
time on both days of the
event. The U.S. Navy's
precision flying team,
who call Pensacola home,
once again performed
beyond expectations.
Officers from Escambia,
Santa Rosa and Okaloosa
counties were assisted
by officers from outside
the region, who are here
working the oil spill
response. Officers working
in conjunction with the
U.S. Coast Guard Station
Pensacola and local
sheriff's offices ensured
a safe event. As a result
of increased presence,
a number of boating


citations and warnings
were issued. Two arrests
were made for boating
under the influence.

Lt. Brian Lambert and
Officer Gary Ridaught
stopped a vessel in
violation of the idle speed
zone in Little Sabine. While
speaking to the operator,
they observed several
signs of impairment. The
vessel operator's
attempt at field sobriety
tasks further indicated
impairment. The subject
agreed to give a breath
sample, which resulted in
.104 g/210L. The operator
was arrested on boating
under the influence
and transported to the
Escambia County Jail
to complete the intake
process.
Officer Richard
Dearborn stopped a vessel
near the Quietwater
Beach area. While
speaking to the operator,
he observed several


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signs of impairment.
Officer Dearborn offered
the vessel operator the
opportunity to complete
field sobriety tasks, but the
subject refused. The vessel
operator agreed to give
a breath sample, which
resulted in .144 g/210L.
The operator was arrested
on boating under the
influence and transported
to the Escambia County
Jail to complete the intake
process.

SANTA ROSA
COUNTY
Lt. Shelia Rowden was


en route to Pensacola
Beach for oil spill
response duties when
she observed a vehicle
weaving on the highway
and nearly striking a
semitrailer. Upon stopping
and making contact with
the vehicle driver, Lt.
Rowden observed signs of
impairment. Field sobriety
tasks further indicated
impairment. Lieutenant
Keith Clark arrived on
scene and assisted with
transport to the Santa
Rosa County Jail where
the driver agreed to give
a breath sample, which
resulted in .188 g/210L.


The driver was booked
into the Santa Rosa
County Jail on driving
under the influence.

OKALOOSA COUNTY
Officer Matt Webb was
on water patrol conducting
Deepwater Horizon
responsibilities and state
fisheries inspections
near the Destin Pass. He
checked three separate
vessels returning from
off-shore fishing and cited
each vessel operator for
possession of undersize
greater amberjack and
undersize gag grouper.


how far have'wecome? /

Before 1980, taking a shower would mean
using between 5 and 8 gallons per minute.
Present day low-flow shower heads
use about 2.5 gallons per minute.

If you don't know the flow-rates of faucets or showerheads, turn each on
to the flow typically used. Hold a gallon bucket under it and record how many
gallons you obtain in one minute. If you can fill a gallon is 15 seconds,
you would use 4 gallons per minute.

Stop by Pace Water Systems, Inc and receive a
water conservation brochure for helpful hints



Pace Water System, Inc.
y 4401 Woodbine Road
S1 994-5129


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SPORTS


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Wednesday, July 21, 2010 www.srpressgazette.com Page A8


Sports SIDELINE r


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Milton Soccer Kicks: Registration
for Milton Soccer Kicks begins
Aug. 2. Milton Soccer Kicks is a fun,
non-competitive, introductory soccer
program for children ages 3 to 10.
Participants will learn the fundamentals
of soccer while developing better hand-
eye coordination, balance and agility.
Register noon to 8 p.m. Monday
through Friday at the Milton
Community Center. The cost per 8-week
session is $62 per child. Classes are
taught by Angela Stephens and
are held outside on Saturday mornings
at one of the City of Milton's fields.
Practice begins Sept. 4. For more
information, call 850-983-5466 or
go online to www.MiltonParks.webs.
com.


Fishing for Families Rodeo: The
Gulf Power Transformers' the Annual
Fishing Rodeo is still scheduled for
July 30 and 31 and will be hosted by
the Grand Lagoon Yacht Club located
at 10653 Gulf Beach Highway. All
proceeds from this event benefit Ronald
McDonald House Charities
of Northwest Florida which provides
the best available Home-Away-From-
Home and source of respite and
resources for children and families
of children suffering a medical crisis.
Guaranteed payouts of $1,000 for the
Inshore Slam, $500 for speckled trout,
redfish and flounder and $250 for
the largest fish of any other species.
For more information including a
schedule of events, e-mail ceposey@
southernco.com or contact a Gulf Power
Transformer at 850-429-2282.


Baseball Boosters seek help: The
Pace Baseball Boosters are seeking
assistance in offsetting the costs of
purchasing the players their 2010
National Championship Rings and also
purchasing a flag and banner to honor
the members of the 2010 National and
Class 5A FHSAA State Champions. If
you would like to make a donation you
can send it to the Pace Baseball Booster
Club, PO. Box 402, Milton, FL 32572.


Riverwalk Run 5K: The City of
Milton will host its second annual 5K
run on Oct. 2. The run will begin at 4:30
p.m. The cost to register is $15 until
Sept. 15. From Sept. 16 to
Sept. 30 is $20, and the fee is $25 is the
day of the race. For more information
call 983-5466, ext 4208 or visit
miltonparks@ymail.com.


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Spedal to the Press Gazette
D.J. VanderLey is keeping
a watchful eye on his biggest
competition.
It just so happens that car
is his own black No. 2 Pro
Late Model.
After his fourth win of the
season Friday at Five Flags
Speedway padded his series
lead, it's becoming apparent
VanderLey's toughest battle
might be complacency.
"I'm just fighting myself
right now, more than any-
thing," the 18-year-old Mo-
bile native said. "I'm my own
worst critic. But that's a good
thing. It keeps me humble."
As VanderLey continued
to keep the competition in his
rearview mirror, Bomber se-
ries driver J.J. Day left an old
track record in the dust dur-
ing qualifying.
The Bombers got their
first chance this season to run
time trials and several took
shot at Mike Goraum's track
record of 22.366 seconds he
set last December.
Day left that mark in the
dust away when he sped
around in 21.804.
"That's what we were gun-
ning for," Day said. "We came
over here a month or two ago,
and we were really fast back
then."
It appeared to be a precur-
sor for things to come for Day,
who led most of the 20-lap fea-
ture until lapped traffic ruined
his evening with a three-car
collision.
Day ran into lapped traffic
on Lap 13 while leading the
race and smacked into the
back of Tracy Soles, who also
collected Courtney Rodrigues
in Turn 1.
It opened the door for
Goraum.


Photos by BILL GAMBLIN I Press Gazette
Top, Super Late Model Driver Johanna Long is
interviewed at Five Flags Speedway by AM 1620's Jim
Roberts prior to the 2009 Snowball Derby. Bottom,
Super Late Model Driver Johanna Long gets in her car
during tech inspection prior to the 2009 Snowball
Derby. The Super Late Model Series Champion at Five
Flags will drive in the Camping World Truck Series this
Friday night at O'Reilly Raceway Park.


The series points leader
took over the top spot and
never let up on the throttle in
the final seven laps despite
some unruly behavior behind
him.
Kenny Bullard was parked
for the night when he spun
Brandon Tipton during a
caution that manifested it-
self when Pace's Curtis Fair-
cloth spun Milton's Brandon
Burks.
"Thanks to everybody for


coming out," Goraum said.
"It feels great to get another
win."
Goraum, arguably, has
had the only car hotter than
VanderLey's this season.
VanderLey had the fast-
est time in qualifying, but his
misfortunes with the die roll
continued, and the field was
set with a five-car invert.
"I was nervous at the be-
ginning, starting so far back,"
he said.


From the drop of green
flag, VanderLey was deter-
mined to get back to front.
But Tommy Rollins, a position
ahead of him, was able to hold
VanderLey at bay.
On Lap 4, it appeared the
two made contact, allowing
Ronnie Smith to jump past
both drivers for fourth. All the
while, Shanna Ard maintained
his to lead.
"We had a little altercation
on the first couple of laps,"
VanderLey said of he and Rol-
lins. "I'm not sure what that
was going on there. I started
to fret when Ronnie got in
front of me."
Those worries quickly
faded as the incoming Auburn
freshman found a nice groove
near the track's apron.
VanderLey passed Smith
on the inside for fourth on Lap
8 and rapidly began to reel in
the top three. By Lap 19, he
had blown by Dave Mader III
down low.
Three laps later he had
cruised by David Jones for
second. It was only a matter
of time before Ard buckled un-
der the young gun's pressure.
And, sure enough, Vander-
Ley had the lead before the
halfway point of the 40-lap
feature.
The case was open and
shut after that. Ard never
made up any semblance of
ground on VanderLey.
"It ended up being not too
bad," VanderLey summed up
succinctly.
The race was clean until
Lap 33 despite some hard rac-
ing from the opening green
flag. Jones, Mader and Roll-
ins put on a terrific battle for a
top three finish in the middle
stretch of the race. Jones,
who started second, held onto
the third position.


Basketball camp for all boys and
girls: A basketball camp for kids who
have completed 4th-9th grade will be
held Aug. 2 to Aug. 9 from 9 a.m. to noon
at Central High School. This camp will
be addressing the fundamentals of the
game of basketball which will include
daily classroom sessions, ball-handling
drills, leadership abilities, awards,
T-shirt and snacks. Please contact
Hunter Bondurant at 850-261-6671 or
Becky Bondurant at 957-2221. The cost
of the camp is $20 with checks made
payable to Central School.


West Florida Summer Sports
Camps: The University of West Florida
will again be hosting numerous summer
sports camps through the Department
of Intercollegiate Athletics this year,
including baseball, basketball, soccer,
tennis, and volleyball. Camps will take
place throughout the summer, and
information and flyers for each posted
are posted online at www.GoArgos.com
as they become available.


AJGT Coca-Cola Stroke Play:
Milton junior golfers ages 12-18 and
College golfers are invited to compete
in the AJGT Coca Cola Stroke Play
Championship in Zachary, La., on the
weekend of July 30 Aug. 1. The three-
day, 36-hole tournament is ranked by
the National Junior Golf Scoreboard
and hosted by the Arrowhead Junior
Golf Tour. The tournament extended
registration deadline is Sunday, July
25th at 6 p.m. To enter the event, please
call 1-504-289-8514 or enter online at
www.arrowheadjgt.com.

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
type. You are welcome to enter your
events there as well.


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Deer hunters will

need new permit

this season

Spedal to the Press Gazette

Beginning with the upcoming 2010-2011
hunting season, anyone hunting deer in
Florida will a deer permit. The new permit
costs $5 and is available now for purchase.
Those with a Sportsman's License,
Gold Sportsman's License, 64 or Older
Sportsman's License, Military Gold
Sportsman's License, Lifetime Hunting
License or Lifetime Sportsman's License
will not need to purchase the new deer
permit because it already is included in
each of these licenses, even if they were
purchased before July 1.
However, the deer permit is not in-
cluded with a hunting license, combina-
tion hunting/freshwater fishing license,
combination hunting/freshwater/saltwa-
ter license or a five-year hunting license.
Anyone hunting deer with either of these
licenses must also buy the $5 deer permit
to hunt deer legally.
Rinds generated by the new permit will
be earmarked to support deer manage-
ment and deer research. Rinds also will
support ongoing efforts to monitor Flor-
ida's deer herd for Chronic Wasting Dis-
ease (CWD). The Florida Fish and Wildlife
Conservation Commission approved a
"Strategic Plan for Deer Management in
Florida: 2008-2018" in February 2008. Criti-
cal to success of this plan is establishing
deer management units and a harvest-
reporting system; both have been identi-
fied as top priorities by the agency and its
stakeholders to better manage deer.
People can purchase all permits and
related licenses from their county tax
collector, retail outlets that sell fishing
and hunting supplies, online at www.
fl.wildlifelicense.com or by calling toll-free
888-HUNT-FLORIDA (486-8356).


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FWC photo by CHRIS WYNN
Boaters operating near booms or cleanup equipment should exercise caution.

FWC encourages boaters to slow

down in areas of oil cleanup efforts


Special to the Press Gazette

Because of the
large number of oil-
containment booms and
cleanup equipment being
deployed around the state in
response to the Deepwater
Horizon oil spill, the Florida
Fish and Wildlife Conserva-
tion Commission's (FWC)
Boating and Waterways
Section is asking boaters to
slow down where oil cleanup
is under way.
The FWC encourages all
boaters to operate at slow


speed within 300 feet of all
authorized booms. Boat-
ers operating near any oil-
containment booms or
cleanup equipment should
exercise extreme caution
and comply with all appli-
cable navigational rules.
Oil-skimming equipment is
large and cumbersome, and
it is restricted in its ability
to maneuver. As a result,
boaters should be prepared
to stay clear of these vessels
when operating near them.
Failure to operate at slow
speed in these areas could
result in injury, damage to


vessels and damage to the
containment booms. Ad-
ditionally, the wake that re-
sults from a vessel operating
above slow speed in areas
where a boom has been de-
ployed can reduce the effec-
tiveness of the boom, result-
ing in further environmental
damage.
FWC officers and local
marine units will be on the
water encouraging boaters
to operate at slow speed in
those areas where cleanup
efforts are under way.
For more information, go
to MyFWC.com/Boating.


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LIFESTYLE


B
Section


Wednesday, July 21, 2010 www.srpressgazette. com Page B1


Family looks to


improve


pedestrian saoely on Highway 90


MATHEW PELLEGRINO
mpellegrino@srpressgazette.com. '

T he family members at Kerin
matter attempting to cross Hi'Ih-
\\av '1 I In MiltoIn iIn trol t ot Taco
Bell are looking to make a satetLv
change tor that portion ot High\vay 9i,
."\e teel like that should hae ne\-
er happened.'" said Veronica Crute.
onei ot Kelin's sister "\\e are harlin
1 a petitioLn drlle tl'rom .Julle P1 throu1l h1
July 2 "6
That petition, according to Crute is
asking horeither a toot and bike path tor
the brinde called "-Pond Creek Brinde"
in trolt ot Taco Bell near \hliere Shoto
\as struck or to \miden the blndoe and
put up a protectie bIarnier tor pedes-
trians \ hlie might be trying to cross the
bndge
."It they build a walking and bicy-
clin I)ind2e,. we want to try to get it
named or memorialized after Kevin,"
said Iiis sister Angel.
Shoto was struck by two vehicles
that were heading westbound just be-
tore the start of the bridge according to
/ the Milton Police Department report.
The first vehicle that was in the
left Mwestb)ound lane swerved to avoid


Shoto, who according to the Milton Po-
lice report was standing in the middle
of the road. A second vehicle that was
in the right westbound lane struck
Shoto after he was clipped by the first
vehicle's mirror.
"We really don't have a set goal, but
we are hoping to get 5,000 signatures,"
Crute said. "Right now we have 3,000."
Of those 3,000 signatures, 352 were
obtained at the Riverfest July 4 cel-
ebrations along Willing Street in down-
town Milton.
The petition can only be signed by
American citizens who are 18 years of
age or older.
The Shoto's are also recruiting vol-
unteers to get the word out about the
Pond Creek Bridge improvements and
to collect petition signatures.
"We were there from 8 a.m. to about
4:30 p.m. Right now, our volunteers are
going door to door, to stores or their
jobs to get signatures for the petition,"
Angel said.
Crute, who lives in Alabama said
there was a Facebook group created
memorializing Kevin Shoto Jthat is-
helping to get a lot of signatures and
volunteers to obtain those signatures.
"When we found out he wasn't the
only one hit at that location, we wanted


to do something about it," Angel said.
"We have had several volunteers come
back saying that some of the people
who are signing the petition have had
people they know either get hit or killed
in that location.
"That area just isn't safe."
Angel said her family is also hoping
to get a crosswalk put near Pond Creek
Bridge where Kevin was hit in order to
make it safer for pedestrians.
Once the Shoto's obtains the signa-
tures, they will submit the petition to
the Bicycle/Pedestrian Advisory Com-
mittee, Florida Alabama Transporta-
tion Planning Organization and Florida
Safety Office.
"On Aug. 11 we will present the peti-
tion to the offices," Angel said. "At the
beginning of August FDOT is sending
someone out to survey that area, so
hopefully we will find out how safe it is
before we present the petition."
Crute and the rest of the Shoto fam-
ily are hoping the signatures will widen
the bridge, which is not in the five-year-
plan according to Crute
"The Florida Transportation Office
said it is not on the plan," she said. "We
are trying to get that area fixed so no
one else gets hit crossing it."
Crute said she has spoken with


members of the Florida Safety Office
wl ho told her that if the petition were
passed,. t \ (ouhld be funded through the
Flonda Safety Office's safety funds or
throuIh the Florida Alabania Taiins-
portation Planninng OraniiizatioLn's ed-
eral transportation iunds
A imemonal \\as held ini honor of
Kevin near the location he \\as hit tol-
lowing his death in May The Keini
Shoto Memorial Facebook paoe lhas
close to ,, tans
On July I._ Crute and AiLel said
they would try to put on a last minute
signature rally in an attempt to gain
their goal of 5,000 signatures The lo-
cation of the last minute signature at-
tempt Angel said was unknowni at the
time.
"Through this process I have found
out how unsafe that area really is,"
Angel said.
Right now, Angel said she is
waiting on the autopsy results from
Kevin's death, which is still under
investigation.
"There are still so many questions I
have," Angel said.
For now though, she said she and
her family would push to get the signa-
tures they need to move forward into
making the area safer for pedestrians.


"When we found out he

wasn't the only one hit at

that location, we wanted to do

something about it."


Angel of her brother, Kevin Shoto


Photos by MATHEW PELLEGRINO I Press Gazette
Left, Kevin Shoto's friends and family created a memorial for the
fallen soldier near where the soldier was hit by the Pond Creek
Bridge on Highway 90 in May. Right, several special messages
are planted around the memorial in front of the Dollar General on
Highway 90.












Jay Area Chamber of Commerce meets


Special to the Press Gazette


The Jay Area Chamber
of Commerce met Monday,
July 12 at the Jay Com-
munity Center. Lunch was
served at noon.
Before lunch, David
English gave the invoca-
tion. All remained stand-
ing for the Pledge of Al-
legiance to the American
Flag.
After lunch, the first
item on the agenda was
for Linda Carden, Jay
Town Clerk, to install the
new Jay Chamber offi-
cers. They are: President,
Bill Seelmann, Vice Presi-
dent, David English, Sec-
retary, Shirley Raney;
and Treasurer, Drusilla
Dobson.
President Seelmann
brought the meeting to
order and thanked Team
Santa Rosa and the SRC
Chamber of Commerce for
the delicious meal catered
by the Rose Bowl, Milton.
There were many guests
from Team Santa Rosa,
SRC Chamber of Com-
merce, news media and
others.
The June minutes were
approved, as was the trea-
surer's report.
Seelmann read the
Military Affairs report that
was given to him. Jackie
Stewart-Ard attends the
Military Community Up-
date meetings. Below is a
shortened version of the
report.
"Captain James


"Kermit" Vandiver, Com-
modore Training Air Wings
Five was the speaker. He
gave an update on the
North Field training. There
are now 27 T6s, and they
are receiving one a week
until the total 156 are de-
livered. All training in the
T6 will begin in February.
The T34s are being trans-
ferred to Corpus Christi,
TX. New T6s fly cruise is
at 280 knots; the older T34s
at 190 knots. The T6s have
ejection seats; T34s do not.
The T34 pilots had to rely
on their parachutes only
for getting out of a dam-
aged plane safety.
The T6 with its ejection
seat sends a pilot out of
the damaged plane in one
direction and the plane in
another.
Navy Retired Captain
Walt Reese said that in


1944-45, they had to use a
crank to start the planes.
Now, the plane is attached
to a ground battery and
the pilot flips a switch.
The first plane to land
on board a ship was on Jan.
18, 1911; a Curtiss Pusher,
landing on a makeshift
wooden platform.
In the South Field, the
helicopter training is go-
ing well. Training the new
pilots with experienced
ones, who actually flew
the aircraft, increases the
new pilot's skills. They
are graduating 500 pilots
a year at Whiting Field.
Eight thousand Special
Forces will be coming to
Eglin Air Force Base by
September of 2011. They,
and their families, will im-
pact our area financially.
The CNO for the East
will be coming to speak


July 30. The yearly fly-in
will be Oct. 19-21.
Centennial of Naval
Aviation (CONA) will be
May 20, 2011.
The next Military Com-
munity Update will be held
at Sikes Hall, as the Wings
Club is closing by mid-July,
and will be demolished.
German POWs built the
Wings Club in 1943."
Shirley Raney report-
ed on the plans for Jay
School's Teacher Appre-
ciation. The Jay Chamber
will be doing something for
the 40 teachers.
Matthew Dobson, who
chaired the Independence
Day event, reported that
all went well. The 5K and
Flin Run brought in about
$805, which was enough to
cover expenses.
DrusillaDobsonreported
that all the vendors that


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News BRIEFS


Free Wellness
Seminar: Oh My
Aching Back -
Surgery or Not

Back problems can
limit the ability to perform
the simplest tasks. August
GoldenCare meetings
at the Andrews Institute
and Baptist Medical
Park-Nine Mile feature
Mark Giovanini, M.D.,
neurosurgeon, who will
address the common
causes of back pain. He
will discuss surgical and
non-surgical options and
present an overview of
the benefits of minimally
invasive spine surgery.
Seminar Tuesday,
Aug. 3: Andrews Institute,
Conference Room B,
Athletic Performance &
Research Center. 1040
Gulf Breeze Parkway, Gulf
Breeze at 11:30 a.m. lunch;
noon program
Thursday, Aug. 26:
Baptist Medical Park


- Nine Mile Road, 9400
University Parkway
Azalea Room, Lunch
11:30 a.m.; Noon-1 p.m.
Seminar.
Attendance is free,
but reservations are
required. To register for
the seminar or request
more information, call
850-469-2447.

Prospective Donors
Pace High School
would like to thank
those in advance, who
would donate to help
the school maintain
their baseball tradition
in the Pace Community
State Championship for
2010. Money is being
raised to help with the
cost of purchasing the
players' 2010 National
Championship rings and
also purchasing a flag
and banner to honor the
players. If you would like
to donate, please make
a check payable to Pace
Baseball Booster Club,


and send it to PO. Box 402,
Milton, FL 32572.

West Florida Memory
Disorder Clinic to
host Alzheimer's
Caregiver Support
group
The Alzheimer's
Caregivers Support
Group meets on the 4th
Monday of each month
from 3 to 4:30 p.m. in
the Community Rooms
of the West Florida
Rehabilitation Institute,
8391 N. Davis Highway
in Pensacola. The next
meeting is Monday, July
26, and the topic will
be "Characteristics of
Alzheimer's Disease
and Communication
Tips" presented by
Laura Levitan, LCSW,
West Florida Memory
Disorder Clinic. This
support group is intended
to assist caregiver's
with understanding the


needs and behaviors of
the person diagnosed
with progressive memory
loss. The class is open
to the public and would
be beneficial to anyone
who cares for a person
with Alzheimer's disease.
At this time, there is no
medical treatment to cure
or stop the progression
of Alzheimer's disease.
However, several FDA-
approved medications
currently on the market
may temporarily improve
or stabilize memory and
thinking skills in some
individuals. The session
is free, but reservations
are required. For more
information or to register,
call 850-494-3212.

Young Professionals
help citizens get
informed this
campaign season
Santa Rosa Young
Professionals (SRYP)
strive to help all citizens
get informed this
campaign season by
hosting a political forum,
co-sponsored by the SRC
Chamber of Commerce
and SRYP, will be held
on Tuesday, July 27 at
the Santa Rosa County
Auditorium beginning at
5:30 p.m. with a 30-minute
candidate meet and greet.
Starting promptly at
6 p.m., candidates running


for State Senate, State
Representative, County
Commission, School Board
and Circuit Judge will have
three minutes to share why
they should be elected. The
event will be emceed by
WEAR-TV morning anchor,
Bree Sison. Admission is
free, and the event is open
to the public. For more
information, call 850-418-
3376 or e-mail info@sryp.
org.

West Florida
Mammography unit
announces Santa
Rosa schedule
The West Florida
Hospital's Mobile
Mammography Unit will
be at the following location
during the week of July 26
to offer convenient, high
quality mammography
services for women age 35
and older
Tuesday July 27: 8
a.m. to 12:30 p.m. & 1 to
3:30 p.m. at West Florida
Primary Care, 3521
Limbaugh Lane, in Pace.
For appointments or
for more information, call
850-494-3497 or call toll free
1-800-342-1123, ext. 3497.


City of Milton
meetings
The City of Milton's
Board of Adjustment will


meet in regular session
on Monday, July 26, at
5:30 p.m. in the Council
Chambers at City Hall,
6738 Dixon Street,
Milton.
The Milton
Benevolent Cemetery
Board will meet on
Monday, July 26 at 2 p.m.
in Conference Room B
at City Hall, 6738 Dixon
Street.
All meetings are
open to the public. If you
would like additional
information regarding
the meeting, contact
the City's Planning and
Development Department
at 983-5440.


Auditions Open call
to performing artists
Moonshine Creek, a
mission of Santa Rosa
Arts and Culture will have
auditions, an open call
to performing artists on
Saturday, July 24 from 4
to 8 p.m. at the Panhandle
Community Theater,
located at 4614 Woodbine
Road in Pace (in the
Storage Masters Retail
Mall). The performance
will be "Family Reunion."
Show dates will be Oct.1,
2 and 3. The purpose of
this is to raise money for
a cultural center in Santa
Rosa County. For more
information, call Shay at
623-4379.


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Business Network

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Weenacourage ara aoal
toviitor etorig meeings


Tri cities chapter meets
every Thursday at 7am
at Oops Alley
3721 Hwy. 90
Pace, Florida 32571
Any questions contact
Debbie Coon at


393-3666
www.tricitiesbni.com


Gulf Coast Business
Professionals meet every
Tuesday at 7:30 am
at Tiger Point Gulf Club
1255 Country Club Rd.
Gulf Breeze, Florida 32566
Any questions contact
Greg Cowell at


910-0902
www.bni-mobile.com


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signed up for the Indepen-
dence Day Celebration did
come. Only one group did
not show up to entertain.
Marianne Back of Unit-
ed Way accepted a check
for $500 from Jay Cham-
ber President Bill Seel-
mann. The money was ap-
proved by the Jay Cham-
ber at the June meeting.
The money will be used
for United Way's "Cram
the Van" school supplies
for children in need in the
Jay area. The Pensacola
News Journal was on
hand to take pictures of
the event.
Shirley Raney asked
that the Jay Chamber
keep their Bronze spon-
sorship to the Jay High
School Quarterback Club
by donating $500 again
this year. The motion was
approved.
Shirley Raney will chair
the "Trick or Treat in the
Street" event in October.
President Seelmann
talked about the Jay
Chamber business leaders
and professionals taking
part in the "Shadow Pro-
gram." The aim is to get
youth interested in a ca-
reer or business for their
future. They can learn by
watching. The program
is scheduled for January
2011.
There is a Health acad-
emy at Jay High School.
It is a way for students to
learn about health care.
The Jay Chamber re-
ceived a Thank You from
Jay's Relay for Life for the


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Chamber's financial help.
Santa Rosa Kid's House
is asking for help and sup-
port for their Playhouse
Flindraiser. You can pur-
chase a ticket for $10 or
three for $25 for a chance
to have your name drawn
for the 7-by-8 playhouse to
be given away on Dec. 11.
It has been constructed
and donated by Grand
Realty. For more informa-
tion, call 850-623-1112 or
visit www.SRKidsHouse.
org. The playhouse is val-
ued at more than $6,000.
Kid's House is also spon-
soring the "Help Stop the
Hurt" Golf Tournament to
be held Friday, Sept. 17 at
Tiger Point Golf Club, Gulf
Breeze. Registration is at
noon. Shotgun is at 1 p.m.
For more information, go
to www.SRKidsHouse.
org. Also Kids' House will
hold a "Turkey Trot" on
Thanksgiving Day.
Paula Lewis reported
that the Jay Historical So-
ciety will hold an Old Time
Stump Rally & Fish Fry on
Saturday, July 24 at Jay's
Bray-Hendricks City Park
at the Pavilion, beginning
at 4:30 p.m. Candidates
can be Federal, State,
County, School Board, or
Municipal. Fish dinners
will be $7 per plate. There
will be music and enter-
tainment.
The next Jay Chamber
meeting will be held Mon-
day, Aug. 2 at the Jay Com-
munity Center at noon. Jay
Hospital will be providing
lunch.






Wednesday, July 21, 2010


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PHOTO BY THERESA FRIDAY I Special to the Press Gazette


A sand live oak before thinning and the same tree after the canopy is thinned by a certified arborist.


Care for trees before storm hits


By Theresa Friday
Extension Faculty-
Residential Horticulture
UF/IFAS Santa Rosa County
The Gulf Coast is in the
middle of another hurri-
cane season. Well before a
hurricane shows up on our
doorstep, large shade trees
should be checked care-
fully to make sure they are
healthy and in good shape.
The time to take care of
this is now, not when a hur-
ricane threatens.
Many of our local trees
were damaged by previous
storms. Trees responded
by putting out numerous
small branches, commonly
called water sprouts. They
are the trees' way of re-
placing leaves and branch-
es blown off during high
winds. Sprouts on recov-


ering trees grow aggres-
sively, and competition for
light and space can lead to
long, weak sprouts. These
sprouts should be evalu-
ated and managed every
couple of years to ensure a
structurally sound tree.
Unfortunately, many
people ignore their trees
and particularly managing
the sprouts. It's now been
several years since major
tree damage from a storm
in the Northwest Florida
Panhandle. Local tree can-
opies are thick and over-
loaded with water sprouts.

Thinning canopies
According to Bob Ross,
certified arborist, "Prob-
ably the No. 1 problem I see
with landscape trees is that
they are not thinned."


Thinning a tree's can-
opy can be helpful to the
tree and the surrounding
landscape. Thinning allows
light to penetrate the in-
ner canopy, which will help
keep the inner canopy alive.
More sunlight reaching the
ground can be better for
grass and other plants un-
der the tree's canopy. Thin-
ning can also improve air
flow through the canopy.
Improved air flow can help
reduce the incidence of
disease. More important,
when air passes through a
canopy instead of pushing
against it, the tree will bet-
ter resist storm damage.
Thinning is a procedure
that must be done in the
canopy of the tree. For most
homeowners, this means
hiring a professional. Hir-
ing the right tree care pro-


fessional is a worthwhile
investment when you con-
sider the value of our trees
and the damage that can be
done to structures if they
fall. For more information
on how to hire the right tree
care professional, read the
University of Florida publi-
cation at http://edis.ifas.ufl.
edu/pdffiles/FR/FR17100.
pdf.

Other tips
In addition to thinning,
trees should be accessed
for branches that hang
over a roof. The high winds
of hurricanes can cause
trees to bend and branches
to flail around and cause
damage to your roof.
Look at the overall con-
dition of large trees. A tree
that is sickly and low in


vigor and shows significant
signs of rotten or decayed
areas in the trunk or ter-
mite damage should be cut
down if it poses a threat to
buildings. Large trees can
impact more than your
property, so you should con-
sider how your tree might
affect neighboring proper-
ties as well. Also, look for
any large dead branches.
These should be removed,
especially if they pose a
threat to a building or other
structure.
Large trees that are
"one-sided" or leaning
should be pruned to bal-
ance out the canopy. After
the prolonged rain associ-
ated with many hurricanes,
the soil may be so soft that
trees can topple over if the
weight is not properly dis-
tributed.


Long before a hurricane
hits, have your trees evalu-
ated. Research proves that
a professionally pruned
tree will withstand high
winds better then neglect-
ed trees.
Theresa Friday is the
Environmental Horticul-
ture extension agent for
Santa Rosa County. The
use of trade names, if used
in this article, is solely for
the purpose of providing
specific information. It is
not a guarantee, warranty
or endorsement of the prod-
uct name(s) and does not
signify that they are ap-
proved to the exclusion of
others.
For more information
about all of the county ex-
tension services and other
articles of interest go to:
http://santarosa.ifas.ufl.edu.


Farmers spend big bucks producing crops


By DAN MULLINS
Special to the Press Gazette
How much does it cost to grow
an acre of tomatoes, squash, cu-
cumbers, peanuts or cotton? To-
day's farmers know this, or they
wouldn't be in business for long.
There are several ways of ob-
taining crop budget information,
but some of the most useful docu-
ments are easily found online. Ag-
ricultural economists at the land
grant universities in many states
have crop budgets prepared and
ready for downloading, viewing
and printing when needed.
When searching for most sub-
jects online, it is important to use
the right word or phrase. The
magic word to include when look-
ing for agricultural budgets is
"enterprise." For example, using
your favorite search engine, en-
ter "squash enterprise budget."
A quick test search using
the above phrase yielded sev-
eral pages of sources. The first
page included sites for the item-
ized cost of producing squash in
Florida, Kentucky, North Caro-
lina and other places. Some even
have worksheets associated with
a given budget, so it can be modi-


fled for a particular situation or
area.
A new farmer was recently
looking for sweet corn, tomato
and squash budgets. He had
found one or two budgets in one
state but was looking for more.
By entering the crop of interest,
followed by the phrase "enter-
prise budget," he was able to lo-
cate plenty of prepared produc-
tion budgets for these and other
crops.
Learning about the cost of
food production can be a real
eye-opener for consumers as
well as farmers. Just for fun,
let's look at the cost of produc-
ing one acre of strawberries in
North Florida. At nearly $8,000,
this is one of the most expensive
of the field-grown crops to estab-
lish. The 10,000 plants that are
required per acre make up about
one-third of this cost. Other ex-
penses include fertilizer, mulch,
crop protection chemicals, trac-
tor, truck, labor, irrigation, land
rent and interest.
Many of us are enjoying fresh
watermelon this summer, so it is
interesting to know what it costs
a farmer to produce a crop. A
check of budgets at Clemson, Au-


SPECIAL TO THE PRESS GAZETTE
At a production cost of $2,500 per acre, the farmer must
receive at least eight cents per pound for these watermelons. If
the market offers less, this field might not be harvested.


burn, Georgia and the University
of Florida provided an average
cost of production at about $2,500
per acre, depending on the meth-
od of growing.
Considering the average cost
of growing watermelons for the
wholesale market today, the
farmer must produce 10 tons or
more than 800 melons per acre


just to break even. That's about
eight cents per pound. If the
farmer is able to sell direct and
obtain a retail price, the break-
even point would require that
fewer melons be sold before the
break-even point is reached and
profits begin.
So knowing the cost of each
crop that a farmer produces is


critically important. It is among
the "big three" questions that
must be answered before planting
a particular crop. They are: (1) Is
there market for this product? (2)
How much are customers willing
to pay for it? and (3) How much
will it cost to produce?
For more information or if
you have a question, call Dan
Mullins, extension commercial
horticulture agent, University
of Florida/IFAS-Santa Rosa
County Extension, at 850-623-
3868, between 8 a.m. and 4:30
p.m. weekdays. Hearing-im-
paired individuals may call the
Santa Rosa County Emergency
Management Service at 983-5373
(TDD).
Extension Service programs
are open to all people without
regard to race, creed, color, reli-
gion, age, disability, sex, sexual
orientation, marital status, na-
tional origin, political opinions
or affiliations. The use of trade
names in this article is solely for
the purpose of providing specific
information. It is not a guaran-
tee, warranty or endorsement of
the product name(s) and does not
signify that they are approved to
the exclusion of others.


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Evers files legislation mirroring Arizona law


Special to the Press Gazette

Representative Greg Evers,
R- Baker, today filed legislation
for the upcoming Special Ses-
sion that is slated to start tomor-
row, July 20, 2010, mirroring the
Arizona law on immigration.
While the Governor's call of
the Special Session is solely for
consideration of a proposed con-
stitutional amendment banning
offshore drilling, Evers filed this


legislation should the call of the
Special Session be expanded.
"Our area has taken an un-
precedented economic hit be-
cause of the Deepwater Hori-
zon tragedy, and I believe that
we need to make recovery and
economic revival a number one
priority. The Arizona law, which
I have followed directly in draft-
ing this Florida legislation, ac-
complishes not only a crackdown
on illegal immigration but also


stimulation of the economy by
making sure that American jobs
go to American workers," said
Representative Evers. "While
this Special Session may not be
expanded to other issues, I am
committed to making sure that
this critical issue remains our
high priority and is addressed at
the earliest opportunity possible.
I will keep filing this legislation
until we can pass it. It's just that
important to me personally and


to the future of all Floridians."
The 33-page bill, among other
things, creates Chapter 820 in
Florida Statutes entitled "Illegal
Immigration," prohibits state or
local government policies that
limit or restrict the enforcement
of federal immigration laws to
less than the full extent permit-
ted by federal law; requires that
when lawful contact is made
with a person by a law enforce-
ment officer and reasonable sus-


picion exists that the person is
an alien who is unlawfully pres-
ent in the United States, a rea-
sonable attempt shall be made
to determine the person's immi-
gration status; requires transfer
of unlawfully present persons
convicted of offenses to custody
of the United States upon dis-
charge from imprisonment or
assessment of fine; and permits
warrantless arrests of certain
aliens.


Sheriff's REPORT


KEY
MVOP misdemeanor
violation of probation
FVOP felony violation
of probation
Agg aggravated
Poss possession
Meth methamphet-
amine
DUI driving under the
influence
DWLSR driving while
license suspended or re-
voked
FTA failure to appear
FTR failure to regis-
ter
SF sentenced felony
SM sentenced misde-
meanor
LEO law enforcement
officer
DV Domestic Vio-
lence

The following arrests
were made beginning June
19 through June 25, 2010.

June 19
Gillen, Jacob Clifford;
Male; 32; 1125 Concordia
Blvd., Pensacola; Sex Of-
fender Violation-Fail to


Register as Required.
Ward, Susan Esther;
Female; 51; 4556 Belleview
Ct, Milton; Perjury in an
Official Proceeding, Mak-
ing False Report Knowing-
ly Give False Info to LEO
Allgd Crime (2 cts.).
Berry Elizabeth Ni-
cole; Female; 15; 4987 Bell
Ridge Lane, Pace; Bat-
tery-2nd or Subseq Off
(DV), Obstructing Justice
Intimidate Threaten Etc
Vict Witness Informant.
Grenier, Joseph Alan;
Male; 51; 7900 Kamie Ct,
Milton; Battery-Com-
mit Domestic Battery By
Strangulation (DV)

June 20
Benton Shena Marie;
Female; 23; 4066 Dawson
Rd, Milton; Burglar-Unoc-
cupied Structure Unarmed
(3 cts.), Larc-Grand Theft
$300 Less Than $5,000 (3
cts.), Dealing in Stolen
Property (4 cts.)
Leonard. Jr., Berman
Franklin; Male; 50; 4874
Mayo Circle, Pace; Pos-
sess Cocaine, Drug Equip-
Possess and Or Use.


Starnes Robye Doug-
las; Male; 45; 5040 Braxton
Ln, Pace; Pass Counter-
feited Prescription as True
Subseq Off, Forgery-Ob-
tain Controlled Substance
By.
Richardson, Charlie
NMN; Male; 14; 10 Scarlet
Lane, Pensacola; Battery
on Detention Staff Juv
Prob Officer (3 cts.).
Terrell Daryce La-
marr; Male; 15; 24 High-
land Dr NW; Ft. Walton;
Battery on Detention Staff
Juv Prob Officer (3 cts.).

June 21
Henderson, Joseph
Luke; Male; 34; 5132 Blue
Springs Cove, Baker, FL;
FVOP
Rabinowitz, Howard
Fred; Male; 39; 9896 Amer-
ican Farms Rd, Milton;
Fraud-Loan Broker As-
sess Collect Advance Fee
(3 cts.), Larc Grand 1st
Degree $100,000 More or
LEO Semi (2 cts.), Fraud-
Swindle Obtain Property
$50,000 or more, Fraud-
Swindle-Obtain Property
Communication $300 or


More (4 cts.).
Skinner Larsen, Leisa
Gay; Female; 47; 2029 Re-
serve Blvd, Gulf Breeze;
FVOP
King, Jessica Lane;
Female; 28; 4233 County
Road 34, Hartford, AL;
Obstructing Justice-In-
timidate Threaten Etc Vict
Witness Informant.
McMillan IV, Don Carl-
ton; Male; 14; 5344 Taf Ln,
Milton; Drugs-Possess Wit
Sell Etc Other Schedule III
or IV (4 cts.), Drugs-Pos-
sess Cntrl Sub W/O Pre-
scription (2 cts.), FVOP

June 22
Bryant, Donald Deme-
trice; Male; 41; 237 Bay St,
Ft. Walton; Larc-Grand
Theft $300 Less Than
$5,000.
Ebbs, Kendall Chase;
Male; 27; 9916 Farris Ave.,
Sherwood, AR; FVOP
Garner, Christian Mar-
cel; Male; 31; 210 Pelham
Ave, Ft. Walton Beach;
Condit Release Violation
of Condition of Pretrial
Release.
Noriz Eric Daniel;
Male; 28; 941 Pocahon-
tas Dr, Ft. Walton Beach;
FVOP
Thompson. Schawn
Larrick; Male; 39; 306
SW Monroe, Idabel, OK;
Drugs-Traffic-4 Grams
Less 30 KG Other Control
Substance.
Winters. Jr., John
Frederick; Male; 33; 5757
Charmonte Way, Milton;
Condit Release Violation
of Condition of Pretrial
Release.
Marshall, Todd David;
Male; 51; 1827 Kell Rd, Gulf
Breeze; DUI.
Leber Michael Ed-
ward; Male; 33; 5151 Sen-


eca Tr, Milton; DUI.
You. Mei Qiu; Male; 27;
508 Silverthorn Rd, Gulf
Breeze; DUI.
Brown, Mark Dwayne;
Male; 46; 111 Leola St, Hot
Springs, AR; FVOP
Upshaw, Troy Dean;
Male; 39; 5542 Barcelona
St, Pace; Possession of
Weapon or Ammo By Con-
victed Felon.

June 23
Hubbard. Rebekah
Jordan; Female; 24; 4495
Pace Ln, Pace; FVOP
Motes. Jr., Michael
Kenneth; Male; 37; 5250
Old Berryhill Rd, Milton;
Aggrav Stalking-Follow
Harass Cyberstalk After
Injunction.
Severin Carlie Egilene;
Female; 24; 6605 East Bay
Blvd, Gulf Breeze; Drugs
Possess-Control Sub W/O
Prescription (3 cts.), Drug
Equip-Possess And or
Use, Evidence Destroying
Tamper with or Fabricate
Physical.
Brown, James Edward;
Male; 49; 7515 Lakeside
Drive, Milton; Marijuana
Producing Schedule 1,
Drug Equip-Possess And
or Use.
Fortune. Cheryl Ann;
Female; 46; 7515 Lakeside
Drive, Milton; Marijuana
Producing Schedule 1,
Drug Equip-Possess And
or Use.
Roy, Christine Denise;
Female; 22; 1411 Aggie
Way, Pensacola; Possess
Cocaine.

June 24


Brown,
ley; Male;
land Blvd.
Touch or


Justin Brant-
19; 4335 High-
Pace; Battery-
Strike (DV),


p


Damage Prop-Crim Misch
Over $200 Under $1,000,
Obstructing Justice-In-
timidate Threaten Etc Vict
Witness Informant.
Ledoux Christopher
Daniel; Male; 27; 4495 Pace
Ln, Pace; FVOP
O'Neil Deborah Ann;
Female; 44; 4617 Church
St, Milton; Drugs-Possess
Cntrl Sub W/O Prescript,
Drug Equip Possess And
or Use.
Sunday, Wade Edward;
Male; 34; 6003 Enfinger
Rd, Pace; FVOP
O'Neal, Teresa Eakin;
Female; 49; 2481 Irving
Drive, Navarre; DUI.

June 25
Dumas. Jr.. Lawrence
Wayne; Male; 19; 7528 Cru-
mel Ln, Milton; Aggrav
Asslt-Weapon W/Deadly
Weapon W/O Intent to Kill,
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Santa Rosa's Press Gazette I B7


Men found guilty on sexual battery charges


By BILL GAMBLING
news@srpressgazette.com
Two men learned their
fate on charges of sexual
battery in Santa Rosa
County following court
dates on Wednesday.
Jeffery Scott Seward,
43, of Pensacola, was found
guilty of three counts of
sexual battery and one
count of lewd or lascivious
molestation of a child.
Seward's charges oc-
curred between May of


2004 and
May of 2008
at vari-
ous parks
and camp-
grounds in
Santa Rosa
County
SEWARD when the
victim was
between
the ages of 12 and 17.
Deputies with the San-
ta Rosa County Sheriff's
Office arrested Seward on
June 21 of last year.


Following his arrest
Seward gave a video state-
ment to deputies and ad-
mitted that he committed
the sexual acts upon the
child only to later deny
those admissions.
During the trial Seward
testified that he did not
recall making the state-
ments on the video record-
ing, but he did remember
calling to recant after his
recorded interview.
Seward is facing a max-
imum possible sentence


of 105 years in state pris-
on on the charges and is
scheduled to be sentenced
by Circuit Judge Thomas
Santurri on Aug. 26.
In a separate case,
Byron Thornton, 39, pled
guilty to two counts of at-
tempted sexual battery
with a victim under the
age of 12, two counts of
lewd and lascivious mo-
lestation, and one count of
lewd and lascivious con-
duct in Escambia County
as well as one count of


lewd and
lascivious
molesta-
tion in
Santa Rosa
County.
The of-
fenses the
THORNTON former De-
partment
of Correc-
tions Officer pled guilty
to occurred between 2008
and 2009 in both Santa
Rosa and Escambia Coun-
ties.


Thornton was sen-
tenced as a designated
sexual predator to 30 years
in state prison followed by
life probation.
He was arrested back
on Jan. 13, as the charges
stemmed for sexual abuse
of his lover's children.
Assisting in the inves-
tigation were the sheriff's
offices in Escambia and
Santa Rosa County along
with the Santa Rosa Kids
House and the Gulf Coast
Kids House.


Pensacola man sentenced to 360 months for child porn


Special to the Press Gazette
Norman L. Morin, 47, of
Pensacola was sentenced last
week to 360 months in federal
prison for distribution, receipt
and possession of child pornog-
raphy.
According to U.S. Attorney for
the Northern District of Florida
Pamela C. Marsh, evidence at
Morin's sentencing established
that between February 12, 2010,


and March, 9, 2010, Morin used
a peer to peer file sharing pro-
gram and email, to receive and
distribute child pornography
over the internet.
A search of Morin's Pensaco-
la home in March 2010, disclosed
that Morin was in possession of a
computer, hard drive, and thumb
drive containing over 3,000 im-
ages and over 300 videos of child
pornography. A number of the
images depicted children under


the age of 12 and involved sado-
masochistic conduct.
Marsh stated at the time of
his arrest Morin was on proba-
tion for two counts of Lewd and
Lascivious Assault upon a Child
Under the Age of 16.
Following the sentencing
Marsh praised the work of the
Pensacola Police Department,
the Keene New Hampshire Po-
lice Department, U.S. Immigra-
tion and Customs Enforcement,


and the North Florida Internet
Crimes against Children Task
Force, whose joint investigation
led to Morin's conviction and
sentence.
This case was brought as
part of Project Safe Childhood,
a nationwide initiative launched
by the Department of Justice in
May 2006 to combat the growing
epidemic of child sexual exploi-
tation and abuse. Led by United
States Attorneys' Offices and the


Criminal Division's Child Exploi-
tation and Obscenity Section,
Project Safe Childhood mar-
shals federal, state, and local
resources to locate, apprehend,
and prosecute individuals who
exploit children via the Internet,
as well as to identify and rescue
victims.
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By MATHEW PELLEGRINO ---
mpellegrino@srpressgazette.com

A two-car accident on Highway
90 in front of Hall's Hardware sent
two to the hospital after a pickup
truck attempted to cross Highway
90 from Caroline Street and was
struck by a vehicle heading west-
bound.
The incident, which occurred
Friday morning at 9:43 set off the
Chevrolet car's airbags. At the
time of the incident, it was un-
known if all the people in the car
were wearing their seatbelts ac-
cording to Officer Dwayne Smith
with the Milton Police Department
who responded to the scene.
"It didn't look like one of the
people in the vehicle were wearing
their seatbelts," Smith said.
The accident is still under in-
vestigation.
The driver of the red pickup
truck did not suffer injuries. Ac-
cording to Officer Smith, the
pickup was registered to someone
other than the person driving the
truck.
Milton Police and Fire Depart-
ments responded to the investiga-
tion. Lifeguard ambulance ser-
vices transported two in the car
to the Santa Rosa Medical Center
according to Smith.
Smith left the scene following
the investigation to speak with the
injured.


Top right, EMS crews work to
stabilize one of the two females
that were injured inside of the
white car Friday morning. At
right, the accident that occurred
in front of Hall's Hardware on
Highway 90 tied up traffic for
about 20 minutes. Far right,
an officer takes pictures of the
damage to one of the vehicles
Friday morning.
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IN THE CIRCUIT
COURT, FIRST JUDI-
CIAL CIRCUIT OF THE
STATE OF FLORIDA,
IN AND FOR SANTA
ROSA COUNTY
CASE NO.
09-488-CA-01-MTG
HANCOCK BANK, suc-
cessor in interest to
PEOPLES FIRST COM-
MUNITY BANK,
Plaintiff,
vs.
ROGER S. GOLDEN,
a/k/a ROGER SEAN
GOLDEN, KIMBERLY
R. GOLDEN, SUGAR
DUNES CONDOMIN-
IUM ASSOCIATION,
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SOCIATION, INC.,
COUNTRYWIDE HOME
LOANS, INC., and
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Defendants.
NOTICE OF ACTION
TO: ROGER S.
GOLDEN a/k/a ROGER
SEAN GOLDEN and
KIMBERLY R.
GOLDEN, and any
known party who may
claim as heir, devisee,
grantee, assignee,
Lienor, creditor, trus-
tee, or other claimant,
by, through, under or
against them, and all
parties having or claim-
ing to have any right, ti-
tled or interest in the
property, situate, lying
and being in Santa
Rosa County, Florida,
described below.
YOU ARE HEREBY NO-
TIFIED that an action to
foreclose a mortgage
deed and accounting
of sums due under a


AND
Unit 2, a portion of Lot
7 in Block B of Sugar
Dunes, an unrecorded
Subdivision of Santa
Rosa Island, Escambia
County, Florida de-
scribed as follows:
Commence at the
Northeast corner of Lot
20 of 1st Addition Na-
varre Beach, Commer-
cial Section 1, accord-
ing to the plat thereof
recorded in Plat Book 5
at Page 95 of the Pub-
lic Records of
Escambia County, Flor-
ida and in Plat Book B
at Page 94 of the Pub-
lic Records of Santa
Rosa County, Florida,
thence North 10 de-
grees 49 minutes 27
seconds West and
120.00 feet along the
Northerly Extension of
the East line of said Lot
20 to the North
Right-of-Way Line of
Gulf Boulevard (120
foot wide
Right-of-Way), thence
North 79 degrees 10
minutes 33 seconds
East and 300.00 feet
along said
Right-of-Way Line to
the Southwest corner
of said Sugar Dunes,
thence continue along
the last described line
276.22 feet to the
Southwest corner of
said Lot 7, thence con-
tinue along the last de-
scribed line 30.00 feet
to the Point of Beginn-
ing, thence continue
along the last de-
scribed line 16.00 feet,
thence North 10 de-
grees 49 minutes 27
seconds West and
100.00 feet to the North
line of said Lot 7,
thence along said
North line South 79 de-
grees 10 minutes 33
seconds West and
16.00 feet, thence
South 10 degrees 49


1100 I7
minutes 27 seconds of yoi
East and 100.00 feet to senses,
the Point of Beginning, Sherri
now being in Santa Plaintiff
Rosa County, Florida. whose
Box
AND City,
within
Unit 3, a portion of Lot of the
7 in Block B of Sugar of this
Dunes, an unrecorded the or
Subdivision of Santa Clerk c
Rosa Island, Escambia their be
County, Florida de- Plaintiff
scribed as follows: immedii
Commence at the otherwi,
Northeast corner of Lot be enter
20 of 1st Addition Na- for the
varre Beach, Commer- in the C
cial Section 1, accord-
ing to the plat thereof WITNES
recorded in Plat Book 5 seal of
at Page 95 of the Pub- this 3C
lic Records of 2010.
Escambia County, Flor-
ida and in Plat Book B MARY Mv
at Page 94 of the Pub- CLERK
lic Records of Santa COURT
Rosa County, Florida, SANTA
thence North 10 de- COUNT
grees 49 minutes 27 CIRCUIT
seconds West and By Bran
120.00 feet along the As DepL
Northerly Extension of
the East line of said Lot Sherri D
20 to the North Florida&
Right-of-Way Line of MALLOF
Gulf Boulevard (120 1008 Ha
foot wide Panama
Right-of-Way), thence 32401
North 79 degrees 10 (850)74
minutes 33 seconds ATTORI
East and 300.00 feet PLAINTI
along said
Right-of-Way Line to 071410
the Southwest corner 072110
of said Sugar Dunes, 7/874
thence continue along
the last described line
276.22 feet to the Legal 7/
Southwest corner of
said Lot 7, thence con- NOTIC
tinue along the last de- SALE:
scribed line 46.00 feet Towing
to the Point of Beginn- Forecnlo
ing, thence continue intent t(
along the last de- cles on
scribed line 16.00 feet, AM at
thence North 10 de- Dr, Mi
grees 49 minutes 27 pursuar
seconds West and 713.78
100.00 feet to the North Statutes
line of said Lot 7, Towing
thence along said right to
North line South 79 de- any and
grees 10 minutes 33 1FTCR
seconds West and 1FTCR
16.00 feet, thence 1997 FC
South 10 degrees 49
minutes 27 seconds 1P3EJ,
East and 100.00 feet to 1997 PL
the Point of Beginning. 1 TCI


has been filed against
you, and you are re-
quired to serve a copy


1993 FC
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5110 I 6110 1
Pace 2 br, 1 ba, very
9ss Lawsuit Cash nice. Walk to shopping.
$ As seen on Water sewer, trash
Injury Lawsuit provided. Small pets
going? Need ok. $625 mth. $500
0 -$50 ,000 sec. dep. 994-0155
within 48/hrs? Low
Apply Now By Pace brick 3-plex. 2
ie! Call Today! br/1ba, stove, fridge,
N.lawcapital.com d-w, laundryroom, all
I I F r e e c/t flooring, new AC.
0 ) 5 6 8-8 3 2 1 Non smoking environ.
lawcapital.com $545/mth includes
water, trash, grass cutt-
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3 br, 1.5 ba. $675 mth.
$500 dep. No Pets.
Available August 1st.
%_LRNT _ET (334) 449-1303
S. Business/ Chumuckla, FL: Ren-
Commercial ovated 2 br, 1 ba house
-Apartments for rent with w/d, refrig-
-BeachRentals erator, and stove, hard-
- Condo/Townhouse wood floors. Utilities in-
- House Rentals cluded. $900/month.
- Roommate Wanted First and last months
- Rooms for Rent
- Mobile Home/Lont rent and $300 deposit
- Out-of-Town Rentals required. No smoking
- Timeshare Rentals and no indoor pets.
- Vacation Rentals Call 770-540-2007.


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Opportunities
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HUD welcome 3 bd, 1
Exceptional 2 bed- 1/2 bath. $750 rent.
room, 1 bath, brick du- $500 deposit. Appoint-
plex. All electric, new ment 982-4407
appliances. $525 mo.,
$450 dep. 623-4876


Large apt. 2800 sq. ft.
All utilities furnished
even electricity, cable,
fireplace, water, new
appliances, bar, 2 BR,
large living room, A/C,
only one bill. $995. In-
cludes everything.
Large covered patio,
covered parking.
Downtown Milton.
Beautiful 3 acres on
creek. Very Private.
App. only 981-8663
Ref. must.
Security-furnished (1)
unfurnished (2)


Milton brick 2-plex. 2
br/lba, stove, fridge, all
c/t flooring, laun-
dryroom, fenced yard,
d-w, newer CH/A.
Non-smoking environ.
$520/mth 626-2928
MILTON/
PACE AREA
Nice, large 2/2,
kitchen equipped,
all electric, balcony,
washer / dryer
hookups,
Large yard. Water,
trash and lawn
service included.
5640 Cyanamid Rd.


(includes dep. &
rent) NO DOGS!1
850-712-9968


Milton
Newly remodeled, 3
bd, 1 ba. New paint,
floors and bathroom.
$525 month, $525 dep.
No pets. 995-4335



Santa Villa
3 bedrooms w/ fenced
backyard. $650. (850)
516-4377



6170
2 bedroom, front
kitchen, sun porch, cor-
ner lot. First month rent
free. East Gate Mobile
Home 626-8973


1 or 2 Bdrm
Eft. Apt
ESI 6436 Hwy 90
partial utilities
furnished
Laundromat & pool
NO DOGS
$599 Move in
Special
MOVE IN SPECIAL
includes credit
check, deposit and
1st months rent
(savings of $500)
850-712-9968


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| 6170
3 bedroom FEMA. First
month rent free. East
Gate Mobile Home
Ranch. 626-8973
2/2-Mint condition. No
pets. Non-smoking en-
vironment. $545 plus
dep.626-1552
2/2 (front & rear bed-
rooms). First month
rent free. East Gate
Mobile Home Ranch.
626-8973
Clean 3 br, 2 ba, DW,
Partly furnished. $550.
mo., $300 dep. or 2 br,
1 ba, $350. mo., $300
dep. No pets. 675-6614
COUNTRY LIVING.
Brand new, never lived
in mobile home for
rent. Large 3 bd, 2 ba.
Washer, dryer, dish-
washer. Secluded lot.
Located in Milton, close
to 87 & 90. Lots of
trees and fresh air.
Avail. Aug. 1st. Please
call (850)501-3769 after
6 pm.

GIVING AWAY
MOBILE HOMES.
PLEASE CALL TO
PLACE YOUR AP-
PLICATION NOW.
626-8973

Large 3 br/2ba Mobile
Home private lot
CH&A off Bagdad Hwy
$800 mo $400 dep
850-221-7622
Milton (Bruce Lane)
Includes water, gar-
bage and lawn service.
2/2 for $450 month.
2/2 for $350/month
Call 698-4582

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| 6170
Avalon
2/1, front dining room.
First month rent free.
626-8973


I REAL ESTATE ORSALE
7100 Homes
7105 Open House
7110 Beach Home/
Property
7120 Commercial
7130 Condo/Townhouse
7140 Farms & Ranches
7150 Lots and Acreage
7160 Mobile Homes/Lots
7170 -Wale rfront
7180 Investment
Property
7190 Out-ol-Town
Real Estate
7200 Timeshare


| 7160
Discounted
4 bedrooms and 3 bed-
room payments rang-
ing from $450-$650.
Call Clayton homes at
850-682-3344



I 7190
Coastal Waterfront
Land Sale 7/24/10.
Only $89,900 Direct At-
lantic Ocean Access!
Adjoining lot sold for
$309,900! All amenities
complete! Paved
roads, underground
utilities, club house &
pool. Excellent financ-
ing. Call now
(877)888-1406, x 2619

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| 7190
Crossville TN-Top 100
cities to live in. Lots
with spectacular moun-
tain views, under-
ground utilities, cool
temps, low crime,
property taxes & INS.
No state income tax.
Priced from the 20's.
(9 3 1 ) 70 7- 03 93
www.crossvillerealty.com
Direct Waterfront with
Sandy Beach Shore-
line! Only $37,900.
Wooded, park-like sett-
ing on one of
Alabama's top recrea-
tional waterways w/
gorgeous sandy shore-
line. All amenities com-
pleted. BOAT TO GULF
OF MEXICO! Excellent
financing. Call now
(866)952-5302 x 5455
LAKE COMO 10AC. -
Putnam Co, Zoned
Ag-Estate/horses, etc.
fenced, wells, boat-
house, outbuildings,
elec. dividable, beaut.
oaks / setting .
house-pad, travel-trailer
set-up, $325,000
(772)215-3453
NC Mountains Best
Land Buy! 2.5acres,
spectacular views,
gated, paved road.
High altitude. Easily ac-
cessible, secluded.
Bryson City. $45,000.
Owner financing:
(8 0 0 ) 8 1 0 1 5 9 0
www.wildcatknob.com
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| 71o-90
NC Mountains Close-
out Sale! Cabin Shell,
2+ acres with great
view, very private, big
trees, waterfalls & large
public lake nearby,
$99,500 Bank financing
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I RECREATIONAL
8100 Antique & Collectibles
8110 Cars
120 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 ATViOff Road Vehicles
8330 Campers & Trailers
8340 Motorhomes



2003 Ford F150. Ex-
tended cab, short bed
with spray on liner,
dual exhaust, 35" tires,
18" rims. Asking
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Got land. $0 down for all land owners.
All credit OK. Call Clayton Homes of Crestview
(850) 682-3344


New Homes For Sale. Owner Financing Available.
10 Years $450/month.
Call (850)683-0758


Drastically Reduced 2007 Double Wide
For Sale. Call (850) 683-0758


Have family land? Buy a new home under
$500/month, NO money down. All Credit OK.
(850) 682-4284


Discounted 4 bedrooms and 3 bedrooms
payments ranging from $450-650.
All credit OK. Call (850) 682-3344


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7. GROCERY OUTLET
4025 Hwy 90 Pace
We Sell at Our Cost Plus a 10% Surcharge Added at the Register


DL. Lee Mild or
Hot Roll
Sausage
32
16 oz


12 pk 12 oz
Pepsi
349


Family Pack
Boneless
Sirloin Steak
294b


Tony Roma's
St Louis or
Baby Back
Ribs
S431
1.7 Ib


Fresh Express
Veggie
Lovers
218
12 oz


Golden Flake
Potato Chips
I 25O
5oz


Idahoan
Supreme
Instant
Potatoes

78
7810 oz


Luzianne
Tea Bags

117 24ct


STOR HOURS: 7Ali M 9P e 7 DJIAYSA WEEK~


Cost includes freight, fee, and any associated expenses.


grocery
SALE PRICES GOOD utleHRU JULY 27, 2010
SALE PRICES GOOD THRU JULY 27, 2010
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Family Pack
Bottom Round
Steak

i44lb


Whole Boneless
Pork Loins
I 53b
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Boneless Beef
Rump Roast

2261b


Tray Pack
Breast Tenders
219
lb


Bagged Fryer
Leg Quarters
751
10 lb


Fully Cooked
Hot Wings


5 Ib bag


Carolina Pride
Meat Jumbos

886 oz


Sea Best
Tilapia Fillets
12 24
5 Ib bag


Oscar Mayer
Bacon

299
1 Ib pkg


White
Seedless
Grapes


Fresh Yellow
Corn
24ar
mS ear


Large Bell
Peppers


Blue Bunny
Ice Cream

22 56 oz


Shurfine
Ketchup

80 oz
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Gain
Powdered
Detergent
77
463 oz


Shurfine
Bleach
133
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Blackburn
Grape Jelly
15
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Pride of
Illinois Green
Beans or
Gold Corn

57 1
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Van Camp
Baked Beans
05 27
27 oz


Rowlo Elbow
Macaroni or
Spaghetti
1 63
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Maintenance
Dog Food
1407
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