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Wednesday, August 18,2010 Find breaking news at www.srpressgazette.com 75 cents




Stink could grow over SB550


online
Do you have a septic
tank? What do you
think about SB550?
Let us know at
srpressgazette.com.


By BILL GAMBLING
news@srpressgazette.com
Residents who have a sep-
tic tank could be in store for a
big surprise this January when
Senate Bill 550 takes effect.
According to Bill Sirmans, En-


vironmental Health Director for
the Santa Rosa County Health
Department, that is roughly 80,000
people just in Santa Rosa County.
"This is not a number we just
grabbed out of the air," Sirmans
said. "We took the number of
homes and subtracted the num-


ber of those that are on sewer
systems."
Senate Bill 550 itself was in-
troduced by Sen. Lee Constatine
relating to environmental protec-
tion, but to some it has created a
bigger issue centered around 10
to 12 pages of a 170 page bill


Here are some of the sights from previous back to school bashes hosted by Wesley Memorial United Methodist
Church and Covenant Church of God. This year's bash will be Saturday from 1 0 a.m. to 1 p.m.


By BILL GAMBLING
news@srpressgazette.com
School will get under way on Aug.
23, but it is hard to say if the parents
or the students will be the ones ready
to celebrate.
This Saturday, everyone will be
able to celebrate at the fourth annual
Back to School Bash being hosted by
Wesley Memorial United Methodist
Church and Covenant Church of God.
"I am really excited about this
year's event," said Mark Dees, Pastor
at Wesley Memorial UMC. "I never ex-
pected this to grow as fast as it has.
"I was figuring when we started
the Back to School Bash we would be
now at where we started. So this is
truly amazing."
They are expecting over 70 groups
and organizations at the bash this
Saturday, which will run from 10 a.m.
to 1 p.m. and they are preparing over
1,700 bags of school supplies.


"When we started we gave out
around 500 bags and last year we gave
out about 1,400," Dees said. "When
you look at this bash we are trying to
help all of Santa Rosa County and are
expecting over 5,000 people in atten-
dance."
One of the big traditions from the
Back to School Bash is giving away a
limousine ride to one lucky student
the first day of school for the student
and their friends.
Other prizes to be given away at
the end of the bash include a boy's
and girl's bike and a laptop comput-
er.
"We have been really blessed by
the support of the community," Dees
said. "When we started this we were
asking any and everyone to help and
now people are ready and willing to
help us.
"We have over 115 groups involved
and we are excited once again of
having the Pensacola State College


hairstylists, the Santa Rosa County
Health Department, the Sacred Heart
Bus, and the Northwest Florida Blood
Mobile, just to name a few."
Dees stressed this is a community
event and those in the community
are using the church grounds, which
are outside of Pea Ridge Elementary
School, to do everything.
"We are blessed as a partner in ed-
ucation with Pea Ridge Elementary as
is Covenant Church of God, to partner
with Pea Ridge Elementary since we
are neighbors. It is great to help the
youth in this community and do what
we can to make sure the school year
gets off to such a big success."
According to Dees many have al-
ready been calling both churches to
see when the event was going to be
held.
"We were having a workday at the
church and people were slowing down
to see if we were having the bash al-
ready," Dees said.


"Right now the problem is all
we have is the legislative rule,"
Sirmans said. "It is hard to say
what is going to be done or how
this is going to be implemented.
"I have done the numbers and
See SB550 A9

BIO-PLANT



Leaders



wait for



financials

By BILL GAMBLING
news@srpressgazette.com
It looks like there are more
hurdles to clear before the Jay
bio-refinery can get a green light
from the Santa Rosa County Com-
missioners.
At Thursday's regular meeting
of the Santa Rosa County Com-
mission, they were still waiting
on financial information they had
been promised at Monday's com-
mittee meeting.
Integrated Energy Partners,
an Orlando based company which
would utilize local farmer's crops
whether they are alive or dead
to manufacture alternative fuels,
is seeking the help of the Santa
Rosa County Commissioners to
serve as the bonding agent for its
proposed facility in Jay.
IEP is asking the county to
serve as its bonding agent to sell
the roughly $30-million in bonds
to finance the project.
Jeff Ates, who spoke to the
commission at Thursday's meet-
ing, said they are seeking a letter
of commitment or resolution to
act as the agent so they could help
sell these tax-free bonds and show
a level of cooperation between the
plant and the county.
"This letter would show a com-
mitment and level of cooperation,"
Ates said.
The plant, which would be built
in the Jay Industrial Park, would
bring an estimated 30 jobs to the
area.
Rodney Higgins with IEP
spoke to commissioners on July
19 about the need for the plant in
the area.
"I have been in contact with a
number of farmers who like the
idea," he said at a July meeting of
the Santa Rosa County Commis-
sion.
Higgins said the farmers he
has spoken with liked the idea
of bringing the plant to the area.

See BIO-PLANT A9


Widening project begins for State Road 87 north of Navarre


By MATHEW PELLEGRINO
mpellegrino@srpressgazette.com
After hearing good news on
funding for the Avalon Boulevard
project and the resurfacing of
Park Avenue in Milton, construc-
tion crews began work on a $15
million project to widen a portion
of State Road 87 just north of Na-
varre on Monday.
Anderson Columbia, a south-
east-based construction com-
pany started working on widen-


ing a three-mile stretch of SR 87
starting at Five Forks Road and
moving north towards the Eglin
Air Force Base Reservation and
East Milton.
The project will four-lane the
three mile section, and will con-
struct a new bridge over Dean
Creek.
Construction crews will also
make drainage improvements
along the three-mile stretch and
install guardrails.
Florida Department of Trans-


portation spokesman Tommy
Speights said the project is a
continuation of an effort to four-
lane most of SR 87 up to High-
way 90.
"We completed the four-lan-
ing of US 98 to Five Forks Road
and we are picking up from Five
Forks for approximately three
miles," Speights said.
The construction project was
let in April 2010 and is funded by
the American Recovery and Re-
investment Act of 2009.


Once this project is complete,
there are still two sections of SR
87 that the Florida Department
of Transportation is seeking ap-
proval for to be widened.
One of those sections runs
along the Yellow River and up to
Hickory Hammock Road in East
Milton.
The state is still trying to ac-
quire right-of-way needed for
those two sections.
"The portion of State Road 87
from Eglin to Hickory Hammock


Road is not funded for construc-
tion at this time," Speights said.
finding for the two sections is
not in the State's five-year work
plan according to Speights.
The start of the four-lane
project came days after the state
secured $9.3 million in funding to
four-lane the portion of Avalon
Boulevard from the CSX Rail-
road Bridge to 1-10.
The three-mile SR 87 section
is scheduled to be finished in fall
of 2012.


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NAACP hosts annual banquet; president retiring


MATHEW PELLEGRINO
mpellegrino@srpressgazette.com
The Santa Rosa County chap-
ter of the National Association for
the Advancement of Colored Peo-
ple hosted its third annual Free-
dom FRnd Banquet on Saturday
at the Milton Community Center
on Byrom Street.
The event hosted an array of
guests, including State Rep. Joe
Gibbons, D-Hallandale Beach,
who was the evening's guest
speaker.
Ava Parker, a prior Santa
Rosan, is married to Gibbons and
was also in attendance.
Last year, the second annual
Freedom FRnd Banquet was held
at Sikes Hall at NAS Whiting


Field. Nearly 100 people came
to the event to celebrate not only
the banquet, but also the centen-
nial anniversary of the NAACP
This year marks the Santa
Rosa 5094 branch's 24th year in
the county.
"We had guests from the Es-
cambia County branch and Oka-
loosa Branch," said Carolyn Mc-
Cray, executive board member
with the Santa Rosa NAACP
As in the past, the branch
handed out a number of awards,
including the Educator of the
Year Award, which went to Mary
Johnson, a retired Santa Rosa
County administrator.
"Milton City Councilman R.L.
Lewis was given the Trailblazer
Award for what he has done, and


for all of his community involve-
ment," McCray said.
And McCray, a chairwoman
for the Habitat for Humanity's
Building on a Dream home,
said the NAACP strives to be in-
volved in the community, just as
the Trailblazer Award recipient
does.
The Building on a Dream
home is a house built by the Habi-
tat for Humanity and donated to a
family in the Milton area. The last
Building on a Dream house was
donated on Jan. 18 to Yolanda
Garrett of Milton.
The branch handed out a
scholarship, as it did at last year's
banquet, and the President's
Award.
The President's Award is giv-


en to someone who, according to
McCray, has devoted time to the
community over the years.
Amid all the awards was an
announcement by Branch 5094
President Wayne Hodrick.
"He announced his retirement
at the ceremony," McCray said.
"He will retire in September after
being with us for 20 years."
Frederick Smith Sr., the
branch's vice president, will
take over as president in Sep-
tember.
Keynote speakers weren't the
only ones sharing their voices
Saturday night. The Holt Sis-
ters, a Panhandle-based musical
group, entertained guests.
"One of the Holt Sisters lives
in Santa Rosa County," McCray


said. "They have been playing in
this area for many years."
In order for an NAACP branch
to run properly, it has to have at
least 100 members. The Santa
Rosa branch continues to main-
tain its 100-member goal.
The NAACP was founded in
1909. Its mission is to "ensure
the political, educational, social
and economic equality of rights
of all persons and to eliminate
racial hatred and racial discrimi-
nation."
Since its start in Santa Rosa
County more than two decades
ago, the local branch has helped
community members find jobs
and homes, and the branch con-
tinues to work to help strengthen
the community.


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Obituary


Curtis Scott Hardison
1960 -2010


Curtis Scott Hardison,
49, of Milton, was called
home to be with the Lord
on Wednesday, Aug. 11,
2010, at his home after his
recent illness.
Curtis, born Sept. 6,
1960, was a native of
Riverside, Calif., and
lived in Milton for the
past 16 years. He was a
U.S. Army veteran and an
active sub-sea specialist
for the Diamond Offshore
Drilling Company until
his recent illness. Curtis
was a devoted husband
and father and enjoyed
boating, fishing, golfing
and watching his sons
play baseball.
He was a jack-of-all-
trades and master of all.
He was a member of First
Baptist Church of Milton.
Mr. Hardison is
survived by his wife of 25
years, Nancy Hardison
of Milton; three children,
Scott, Katie and Brad
Hardison, all of Milton;
parents, Gene and Diana


Hardison of Walnut
Grove, Mo.; brother, Steve
(Sherry) Hardison of
Sparta, Mo.; sisters Debbie
Modglin of Springfield,
Mo., and Connie (Mark)
Anderson of Willard, Mo.; a
special friend of the family,
Jennifer Slycord; and
numerous other relatives
and friends.
A memorial service
was held at 7 p.m.
Monday, Aug. 16, at First
Baptist Church of Milton,
with Dr. David Spencer
and Dr. Jim Waters
officiating. Visitation was
held before the service.
Lewis Funeral Home
was entrusted with
arrangements.
Friends may send
condolences and share
fond memories with
the family at www.
lewisfuneralhomes.net.
Let the family
know you care. Sign
the guest book under
news/obituaries at www.
srpressgazette.com.


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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Friday, 12:30 p.m.
This is Judy. States are
going bankrupt. I know in
Arizona all welcome centers
are closed because they
can't afford to keep them
open. It is going to happen
here as well since our roads
and bridges are already in
bad shape and need repair.
These illegals are taking
our tax dollars and not con-
tributing back. They need to
go back to Mexico. That is
where most American jobs
are at to begin with. Amer-
ica needs to take care of
America first and foremost.
Friday, 5:45 a.m.
This is Ed. My son and
I went to Fulton, Ga., and
enjoyed using a viewing
stand to watch the trains.
We have a place at the end
of a trail by the railroad.
I wonder if we could get
a viewing stand. I feel we
could get a lot of visitors.
They could also go to the
depot and help us get some
extra money in this county.
Thank you very much.
Thursday, 8:10 p.m.
Yeah, this is Ron. I am


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

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

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


calling in about Your View
in the Press Gazette on
Wednesday. You wanted
us to write in our feelings.
Well, I sent you a letter two
or three weeks ago telling
you what I thought, and
it didn't appear. You can't
even compare the dam-
age those kids did to those
moving the signs. I thought
the viewpoint was real
good, but why won't you
print my letter? I think you
should print my letter.
Editor's note: Ron, I
went through my records,
and I could not find a letter
from you. If you would re-
submit it, I would be happy
to print it as long as you
following our guidelines.
Thursday, 3:03 p.m.
Yes, this is Thomas.
The side of the road on
West Spencerfield Road
has gotten out of hand. You
cannot see to get out at
Fowler Road because the
grass is so tall. We need
someone to cut the grass
and get something done.
Thank you.
If you have a short
comment, call 623-5887.


Milton, FL 32570, 983-0413. E-mail is scottdl@mail.
santarosa.k]2.fl.us.
District 2: Hugh Winkles, 5684 Nicklaus Lane,
Milton, FL 32570, 623-6299. E-mail is winkleseh@
mail.santarosa.k]2.fl.us.
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.kl2.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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Local


Wednesday, August 18, 2010


MHS Class of 1960 celebrates 50th reunion


Written by Elaine C. Willis

The Milton High School
Class of 1960's 50-year re-
union has come and gone!
Memories some were
refreshed, and many were
made will be with them
for the rest of their lives,
just as the memories from
50 years ago remain.
A group of the 1960 class-
mates met to plan a reunion,
celebrating 50 years by re-
connecting with friends,
gathering the past and re-
membering those who have
gone before them.
When this class started
9th grade in 1956, they were
all humming "Just Walking
in the Rain," "Green Door"
and "I Walk the Line." It
wasn't long before they
were learning the lyrics to
"Since I Met You Baby" and
"In The Still of the Night."
By 1960 they were dancing
to "Love Potion Number
9" and "If I Give My Heart
to You." They finished the
year with "Way Down Yon-
der in New Orleans," and
they went way down yonder


to New Orleans for their
senior trip. What memo-
ries!
The year was 1959. New
seniors entered the halls of
MHS! Egotistically speak-
ing, this was the greatest
show on earth. In the book,
1959, the author says this
was the year that changed
the world. Why? Well of
course, it was because of the
most important senior class
in Milton High School's his-
tory. Well, actually, the au-
thor said it was the year of
the microchip, the birth con-
trol pill, the computer revo-
lution, the rise of pop art, the
beginnings of Motown and
the Generation Gap and
the world was shrinking, one
man, John E Kennedy, ar-
ticulated the spirit of change
when he proclaimed, "We
stand today on the edge of a
new frontier the frontier
of the 1960s ... "The birth of
the future, the Class of 1960,
50 years later they lived that
change!
The year was 1960.
The day was May 31. The
event was the graduation of


MHS's finest young men and
women. "Oh, the places
you'll go," said Dr. Seuss,
and, oh, the places they
went! Some went around the
world, some across the coun-
try, and some just around
the corner. That was their
day, and the mountain was
waiting! Some of their plans
were short-lived, some got
tangled and twisted, some
held steadfast, but they had
brains in their head, dreams
in their hearts, and feet in
their shoes, and they all
went. Now it was time to
come home. And home they
came, from Florida, New
Jersey, Virginia, Alabama,
Georgia, Texas, Mary-
land, Massachusetts and
Arkansas.
It was good to see the
spouses and friends of their
classmates; even though it
wasn't their reunion, they
also enjoyed the events. And
teachers, wow! It was great
to see them: Liz and Henry
Moore, Janet Amos and
Coach John D. Perry. They
surely did look good!
The Class of 1960


presented two scholarships
in the amount of $1,700 each
to two deserving MHS stu-
dents. Thank you, Class of
1960, for your generosity!
The busy reunion week-
end included a picnic on
Friday evening on Escam-
bia Bay. Classmates donned
T-shirts in the classic black
and gold with the logo,
"Once a Panther, Always a
Panther" and eagerly identi-
fied their old friends. Satur-
day began with a tour of Mil-
ton High School by principal
Mike Thorpe. Following the
tour, they visited the Veter-
an's Memorial Plaza to see
the brick placed by the class
in memory of two fellow
classmates who gave the ul-
timate sacrifice in Vietnam.
The evening event was din-
ner at Whiting Field's Wings
Club where each class
member was recognized
by the 1960 class president
and presented a glass or-
nament inscribed with the
Milton High School logo. All
ladies received a red rose,
American flags were placed
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who served in the military,
and 16 deceased friends
were memorialized with
white roses. The Touch of
Grey Band provided music
and LMB Photography took
photographs. The evening
included lots of laughter and
lots and lots of talking!
A note from the planning
committee: Webster's Dic-
tionary defines "indescrib-
able" as "beyond the power
to describe." Summing up
the feelings after the re-
union: They can't tell you
how exciting it was to plan
and prepare for the event,


how challenging it was to
"find" all but two of the class-
mates how thrilling to see all
the classmates registering
for the activities, how much
fun they had at the picnic
trying to figure out who was
who, how interesting it was
touring Milton High School,
how happy it made them to
feel to know that everyone
attending had a good time.
It was fun to be lost in the
past for a brief time, re-
membering the gift of youth.
Indescribable!
Remember, once a
Panther, Always a Panther.


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Local


Santa Rosa's Press Gazette I AS


Panhandle Fresh gets seed money


By BILL GAMBLING
news@srpressgazette.com
The USDA Rural Devel-
opment has planted a seed
in Santa Rosa County and
many are hoping to watch
many crops spring to life.
TEAM Santa Rosa's Eco-
nomic Development Council
received a $175,000 grant to
help set up a revolving loan
fund to finance the needs of
the Panhandle Fresh Mar-
keting Association.
Richard A. Machek, the
Florida State Director of the
USDA Rural Development,
was very complementary of
what Panhandle Fresh and
TEAM Santa Rosa has been
able to accomplish in such a
short period of time.
"There are not many in-
dividual groups like Panhan-
dle Fresh who can get inside
a market like Wal-Mart or
other stores," Machek said.


"For small producers such
as this it is something that
is just unheard of in today's
market.
"You deserve a lot of
credit for obtaining a vendor
number for something like
this, it is very unique."
Machek also feels this
grant will offer a unique
funding opportunity from
USDA Rural Development
that will help the local com-
munity-based food system
cultivate its business while
stimulating the local econ-
omy.
The grant, which is a
rural business enterprise
grant, will set up a revolv-
ing loan fund to finance the
needs of the Panhandle
Fresh Marketing Associa-
tion.
The association will bor-
row funds from TEAM San-
ta Rosa to help its member's
transition to more profitable


production enabling them
to expand their markets,
including local Commu-
nity Supported Agriculture
(CSA).
"We are excited about
what this will help us offer
those participating in the
Panhandle Fresh Brand,"
said Cindy Anderson,
TEAM Santa Rosa's Execu-
tive Director and developer
of Panhandle Fresh. "When
we started this brand it was
Santa Rosa Fresh and we
quickly saw how this could
grow.
"Now we are ready and
hope to take it to the next
level and this grant should
help us do that. We are in
the process of developing a
loan process for the farmers
to participate in and help
more locally grown produce
to market along the Pan-
handle."
Machek noted that will


what has happened along
the Gulf, agriculture has be-
come the top industry in the
state of Florida.
"We depend on tourism


a great deal, but it is agri-
culture and the farmers in
the state that keep the state
strong when you are going
through trends like we are


Richard Machek,
USDA Rural
Development
Director for Florida,
Santa Rosa County
Commissioner Don
Salter, TEAM Santa
Rosa Executive
Director Cindy
Anderson, and Ferd
Salomon, President
of the TEAM Santa
Rosa Board of
Directors hold locally
grown produce.
SPECIAL TO THE
PRESS GAZETTE
now here along the gulf;"
Machek said. "Farming and
agriculture is always at the
top if not the top here in the
state."


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Opinion


OUR VIEW


Just where do


our dollars go?

If you don't have a child in the school
system, getting a child ready for school is
a bigger pain than you can imagine.
Bless Florida for its tax-free holiday
because getting all the "stuff" on your
child's supply list can be expensive.
They do not give tax free breaks for
the rolls of paper towels or boxes of facial
tissue on your child's supply list. The
same can be said for most of the other
"stuff" on the list: a package of gallon-
sized close-and-seal bags, hand sanitizer,
bathroom cups, disinfectant wipes, and
paper plates.
These items are on the supply list of
some school students with the notation
"do not label (with your child's name)."
Since when did parents start supplying
these items as well as copy paper?
Isn't this what tax dollars are for?
We agree times are tough and the lists
do note (in small print, at the bottom) "in
no instance are these supplies required
or collection of fees mandatory according
to Santa Rosa County School Policy 4.19,"
but it is easy to see how the lists create
the impression of mandatory action on
the part of the parents.
Are our schools so desperate for funds
that they cannot afford paper towels and
necessary toiletries?
Does our county not have a contractor
to keep the schools clean and offer these
supplies?
We've heard some teachers say they
had to buy these supplies with their own,
personal money. This should never be the
case. If the schools can't afford to keep
paper towels, toilet paper and tissue in
the classroom, then something should be
cut from the budget.
Something strange is going on. Every
year, the schools pass the plate. Parents
cough up the money (sometimes $40 or
more for these items.) Then, the schools
come back and ask for activity fees all
of this on top of school taxes.
And, shortly after school begins, the
children are turned into Amway salesmen
and sent going door to door selling a wide
assortment of items.
America often touts its free-to-all, tax-
funded education system, but in reality,
little is free.
Adding another $50 to $200 to the an-
nual school tax, (depending on how many
children you have in school) is madden-
ing.
And, of course, none of this mentions
the extra fees parents must pay if their
child opts to take part in the band, cho-
rus, take a lab, play a sport, or anything
"extra-curricular" in nature.
School leaders need to be put on notice.
The public's wallets only contain a
finite amount of money. And the amount
is dwindling. Instead of paper towels,
maybe the teachers should ask each
student to bring an old rag from home.
Then students could take turns brining
home the "laundry." Seems ridiculous,
but if times have become so tough that
parents must buy paper towels, toilet
paper and tissue, something drastic
should be done.



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SB550, signed by Gover-
nor Crist, has been passed
mandating septic pumping
and inspection every five
years.
Though my septic tank
is currently working well,
I will have to spend money
every five years for pump-
ing and inspecting by the
county or state.
Candidates (including
incumbent County Com-
missioners) claim to have
not heard of this new law.
I am very angry at our
current representatives,
senators and even county
commissioners that this
law was written, voted on,
passed and signed with-
out the public even being


aware of it. Commissioners
belong to the Association
of County Commissioners,
which has lobbyists whose
job it is to keep them in-
formed of a bill like this.
Who is not doing their
job when laws like this
are passed without being
brought the attention of the
people it affects?
Who is representing the
people of Santa Rosa and
the state of Florida who are
affected by this new law?
Laws like this can cost
the average taxpayer thou-
sands of dollars and we had
no one to speak on our be-
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Robert N. "Bob" Rollo
Milton, Fla.


No mosque
at Ground Zero
Newt Gingrich was
right on when he said
"There are no churches
or synagogues in Islamic
countries so no mosque
should be built on Ground
Zero." An Iman, who wants
America to become Sharia
Law compliant, wants to
build the mosque near
Ground Zero.
Shame on whoever
concurs or promotes this
downright insanity!
I would be surprised if
the terrorists already here
biding time, whose goal is
to destroy America, used
existing mosques and Is-
lamic schools to hide or


store weapons of mass
destruction! If our au-
thorities wanted to search
them, they would probably
claim "religious freedom"
to prevent searching.
Those of us who are
just "passing through"
know where "our home" is
don't fear terrorist attacks,
nuclear war, or the likes of
Iran, China, and Russia!
We love America, but
hate the apathy of Ameri-
cans responsible for our
present state of the union,
who allow this mess to
thrive.
God Bless You as only
He can!

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Local


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service to help meet real
needs in the local commu-
nity. They will have mechan-
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under the hood inspection
checking belts, hoses, fluids,
wiper blades, etc. They will
check tires and tire pres-
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They are aware that not
everyone is mechanically
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if someone knowledgeable
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Marcus Pointe hosts
candidate forum
Pastor Godfrey of Marcus
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viting the community to meet
candidates Greg Evers and
Mike Hill on Friday, August
20th at 7 p.m. The church is
located at 6205 North "W"
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Christ CUMC
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first capital was in New York City that is where George
Washington was sworn in as president on April 30th,
1789. Our second capital was in Philadelphia,
Pennsylvania and then finally in 1790 it was established
in Washington not as a state but as a separate district.
But it was in NYC in April 1789 where the government
began with the swearing in of George Washington.
The place where our nation started many believe is
where 212 years later God brought one of his first har-
bingers of judgment upon our nation the symbol of
where the nation turned its back on God...
On that fateful day of 9-11 three related aircraft
catastrophes struck the 3 core places of where our nation's
government began NYC A field in Pennsylvania and in
Washington, DC at the Pentagon.
But...consider this. While it is TRUE that our nation's
GOVERNMENT began in New York City and that is pre-
cisely where the epicenter of the 9-11 attacks were locat-
ed...it is also true that our continent had its original settle-
ment foundings on the Gulf Coast. In fact Pensacola
Florida is the oldest city in the United States. It was
founded in 1559 but later destroyed by a hurricane in
1561.
Incidentally It is the gulf coast where Mardi Gras
Carnival was first introduced to the United States. By the
1700s, Mardi Gras was celebrated in both Mobile,
Alabama, and in New Orleans, Louisiana. Horse-drawn
floats were first introduced to the parades in Mobile in
1840 with a parade entitled, "Heathen Gods and
Goddesses".

Where the continent was SETTLED AND FOUNDED -
the GULF COAST The Deep-Water Horizon exploded.
Where the nation first started its Government NYC,
Pennsylvania and Washington DC the September 11
attacks occurred. Coincidence or the Judgment of God?

It is certainly something to think about.


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Photos by BILL GAMBLIN I The Press Gazette
Saturday the Pace Fire and Rescue Department held a
meet the candidate's forum at the firehouse. With the Aug.
24 Florida Primary quickly approaching there will be
one more meet the candidate's forum planned. The final
candidate forum will be Saturday at the Bagdad Volunteer
Fire Department at 4 p.m. At this meet the candidates forum
it was different as the public got the opportunity to write
questions that would be asked of the candidates.


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Tide Renort


Wednesday, August 18, 2010


Pensacola Bay
Thursday, August 19, 2010
1:38 AM CDT Moonset
6:18 AM CDT Sunrise
7:25 AM CDT High tide 1.77 Feet
4:13 PM CDT Moonrise
7:08 PM CDT Low tide -0.05 Feet
7:26 PM CDT Sunset
Friday, August 20, 2010
2:34 AM CDT Moonset
6:18 AM CDT Sunrise
8:30 AM CDT High tide 1.77 Feet
4:57 PM CDT Moonrise
7:25 PM CDT Sunset
7:49 PM CDT Low tide -0.01 Feet
Saturday, August 21, 2010
3:30 AM CDT Moonset
6:19 AM CDT Sunrise
9:23 AM CDT High tide 1.73 Feet
5:36 PM CDT Moonrise
7:24 PM CDT Sunset
8:16 PM CDT Low tide 0.07 Feet
Sunday, August 22, 2010
4:26 AM CDT Moonset
6:19 AM CDT Sunrise
10:08 AM CDT High tide 1.65 Feet
6:10 PM CDT Moonrise
7:23 PM CDT Sunset
8:33 PM CDT Low tide 0.19 Feet


East Bay
Thursday, August 19, 2010
1:36 AM CDT Moonset
6:16 AM CDT Sunrise
8:08 AM CDT High tide 2.13 Feet
4:12 PM CDT Moonrise
7:25 PM CDT Sunset
8:26 PM CDT Low tide -0.06 Feet
Friday, August 20, 2010
2:32 AM CDT Moonset
6:17 AM CDT Sunrise
9:13 AM CDT High tide 2.13 Feet
4:56 PM CDT Moonrise
7:24 PM CDT Sunset
9:07 PM CDT Low tide -0.01 Feet
Saturday, August 21, 2010
3:29 AM CDT Moonset
6:17 AM CDT Sunrise
10:08 AM CDT High tide 2.08 Feet
5:34 PM CDT Moonrise
7:23 PM CDT Sunset
9:34 PM CDT Low tide 0.08 Feet
Sunday, August 22, 2010
4:25 AM CDT Moonset
6:18 AM CDT Sunrise
10:53 AM CDT High tide 1.98 Feet
6:09 PM CDT Moonrise
7:21 PM CDT Sunset
9:49 PM CDT Low tide 0.23 Feet


Blackwater River
Thursday, August 19, 2010
1:36 AM CDT Moonset
6:17 AM CDT Sunrise
9:04 AM CDT High tide 2.13 Feet
4:12 PM CDT Moonrise
7:25 PM CDT Sunset
8:56 PM CDT Low tide -0.06 Feet
Friday, August 20, 2010
2:32 AM CDT Moonset
6:17 AM CDT Sunrise
10:09 AM CDT High tide 2.13 Feet
4:57 PM CDT Moonrise
7:24 PM CDT Sunset
9:37 PM CDT Low tide -0.01 Feet
Saturday, August 21, 2010
3:29 AM CDT Moonset
6:18 AM CDT Sunrise
11:04 AM CDT High tide 2.08 Feet
5:35 PM CDT Moonrise
7:23 PM CDT Sunset
10:04 PM CDT Low tide 0.08 Feet
Sunday, August 22, 2010
4:25 AM CDT Moonset
6:18 AM CDT Sunrise
11:49 AM CDT High tide 1.98 Feet
6:10 PM CDT Moonrise
7:22 PM CDT Sunset
10:1 9 PM CDT Low tide 0.23 Feet


Navarre Beach
Thursday, August 19, 2010
1:36 AM CDT Moonset
5:01 AM CDT High tide 1.68 Feet
6:16 AM CDT Sunrise
4:11 PM CDT Moonrise
5:04 PM CDT Low tide -0.05 Feet
7:24 PM CDT Sunset
Friday, August 20, 2010
2:32 AM CDT Moonset
6:12 AM CDT High tide 1.66 Feet
6:17 AM CDT Sunrise
4:55 PM CDT Moonrise
5:51 PM CDT Low tide 0.01 Feet
7:23 PM CDT Sunset
Saturday, August 21, 2010
3:29 AM CDT Moonset
6:17 AM CDT Sunrise
7:17 AM CDT High tide 1.61 Feet
5:34 PM CDT Moonrise
6:34 PM CDT Low tide 0.10 Feet
7:22 PM CDT Sunset
Sunday, August 22, 2010
4:25 AM CDT Moonset
6:18 AM CDT Sunrise
8:10 AM CDT High tide 1.55 Feet
6:09 PM CDT Moonrise
7:09 PM CDT Low tide 0.22 Feet
7:21 PM CDT Sunset


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Santa Rosa's Press Gazette I A9


80-year-old man alleges


being beaten by son


By MATHEW PELLEGRINO
mpellegrino@srpressgazette.com

A 48-year-old man was arrested and
charged with battery on a person 65 years
of age or older after a witness came for-
ward stating he saw the man beating his
80-year-old father.
William Spearman Jr. was charged
with the third degree felony and booked
at Santa Rosa County Jail on $10,000
bond last Friday pending the charges.
According to the arrest report, Santa
Rosa County deputy James Vaughn was
dispatched to an apartment on Wind
Meadow Dive in Gulf Breeze in reference
to a physical disturbance.
Upon arrival Vaughn was met by the
complainant, Kevin Porter who said he
saw Spearman hitting another man in-
side of an apartment.
The witness stated he observed
Spearman kicking the front door of the
apartment, later entering it and kicking
open a door to one of the front bedrooms
of the apartment.
According to the report, the witness


observed Spearman
through a window hitting
an unknown male, later
identified as his father
in the face, and pushing
his father up against the
window
Deputy Vaughn spoke
SPEAR with the 80-year-old man
who was described by
the witness as the male
Spearman attacked. The man admitted
Spearman was his son and that he had
attacked him.
When Vaughn spoke with Spearman,
he told the officer his "father had been
cussing at him all day long", and that his
father had pulled his hair and dragged
him on the floor and bit one of his fin-
gers.
According to the report, Spearman
later changed his story and said his fa-
ther drug him by his shirt to the floor
and alleged the 80-year-old hit him in the
head several times.
Spearman remains in jail as of press
time.


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The processing center
would take alive or expired
plants and utilize them as
bio fuel.
"I heard you all had
a bad rain a few years
back... While those crops
may have suffered, we can
use the residue from those
crops for bio-fuel," Higgins
said at the July meeting.
Commissioners feel the
need for bio-fuels is not as
high as it was when gas
prices were approaching
four dollars a gallon.
IEP is seeking the com-
missioner's support to help
assure bondholders that
they would back the facility
before IEP started apply-
ing for a $30 million bond to
build the facility in the Jay
Industrial Park.
"We asked for some


of this information three
weeks ago and we have
not gotten what we asked
for yet," said Santa Rosa
County Commission Chair-
man Gordon Goodin.
The only effect this In-
dustrial Bond Issue could
have on Santa Rosa County
would be future bond issues
and or reputation according
to Santa Rosa County At-
torney Tom Dannheisser.
Santa Rosa County
Commissioner Don Salter
stressed it was the Santa
Rosa County Industrial
Park, but they were not in
any way trying to circum-
vent the Town of Jay in this
process.
"This would also have to
get the approval from the
Town of Jay as well," Salter
said. "We are in no way ap-


proving anything to work
around the Town of Jay.
"We want to be very
careful and make sure the
Town of Jay has input on
this."
Attempts to contact Jay
Mayor Kirwin Qualls were
unsuccessful.
Commissioners asked
back on Aug. 9 for more
financial information and
are still waiting for those
documents before taking
any action on the bio-refin-
ery.
Right now, the IEP rep-
resentative said they were
in the planning stage of the
process and do not have an
actual cost for the facility
as of yet.
The plant would have the
potential to hire 20 more in
the future once it opens.


SB550 from page Al


for us to do all of these in-
spections in a five year pe-
riod we each would have to
do 50 inspections a day to
meet that goal."
Some of the discussions
involving this bill center
around what will actually
be needed to consist of an
inspection.
There are some who
feel each and every septic
tank will have to be dug up
and inspected, while oth-
ers contend they can do a
soil sample to see if there
is a high nitrate level in the
ground.
Currently in Santa Rosa
County there is a policy
where if a property is sold
that is on a septic tank an
inspection is mandatory as
part of the sale.
"Right now we inspect
septic tanks when the
property sells," Sirmans
says. "Those inspections
themselves cost $150 by
county ordinance.
"We don't even know
what the costs could be
associated with this Sen-
ate Bill as we do not know
what the plans are and
what rules will be in ef-
fect."
While inspections will
start in January, the entire
bill is planned to be fully
operational by Jan. 2016.
As far as what the costs
associated with this bill
are, they could vary due to
contractors.
One part of the inspec-
tion process that has
raised some concerns in-


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volves pumping the septic
tank and who will take the
septic fluids.
Currently the closest
locations to accept these
wastes are in Escambia
and Okaloosa counties.
The State of Florida
has passed major environ-
mental legislative changes
in 1973 and 1984.
The last code passed in
1984 established a 24-inch
separation between the
bottom of the septic tank
and the water table.
"There are those who
in the past dug a hole and
didn't look at the geologi-
cal water table," Sirmans
said. "The problem we
have found is there are
some that did not look at


the system following a
rain and how the water ta-
ble could affect the tanks
when the water table lev-
els rise.
The bill itself has drawn
the concern and ire of
some local leaders since
it was nothing they were
aware of until recently.
According to the time
frame of the bill, it only
spent two days in the
House of Representatives
(April 26 to April 28) when
it passed by a vote of 76-
37 and later returned to
the senate floor where it
passed by a vote of 34-4.
It was signed by Governor
Charlie Crist on June 4.
It was sent to the house
after a vote of 30-3.


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Sports SIDELINE


MHS Panther Pass: Milton High School offers a Panther
Pass to families for $200. This pass entitles the bearer and
immediate family to free admittance to all Home (all sports)
regular season athletic contest. The play-off games are
excluded. For more information, call Milton High School at
983-5600. Proceeds from the sale of this pass cover expenses
for all sports at Milton High School.

MHS Football Reserved Seating: Reserved seating for the
upcoming 2010 Football season is now available to purchase
for all Home Football games at Milton High School. The
price is $50 per person, which includes the entry to all
Varsity, JV and 9th grade home football games. This
excludes the play-off games. For more information, call
Milton High School at 983-5600. Proceeds from the sale of
this pass go to the Milton High Football teams. You can
purchase your pass beginning Monday, Aug. 23 at the Milton
High School Athletic office between the hours of 9 a.m. and
3:30 p.m.

AJGT Golf Tourney: Milton junior golfers ages 12-18 and
college golfers are invited to compete in the AJGT Santa
Maria Junior Classic in Baton Rouge, La., on the weekend
of Aug. 28 to Aug. 29. The two-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 Aug. 22 at 6 p.m. To enter
the event, please call 1-504-289-8514, or enter online at www.
arrowheadjgt.com.

Milton Soccer Kicks: Registration is underway for Milton
Soccer Kicks, 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 eight-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.

F.C. Santa Rosa Soccer: FCSR recreational soccer registration
is now open. To register please visit wwwFCSantaRosa.
com, click on the recreational link, and follow instructions.
Registration fee is $65 for under 6 age group. Players
must be 4 to register. Under 8 through Under 18 fee is $80.
Games start Sept. 18 and will end around Thanksgiving.
Registration is open until Aug. 18, but late registrations are
accepted as long as spaces are available. If you would like
more information or like to volunteer to coach, please email
Robert@FCSantaRosa.com.

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,
the fee is $20, and the fee is $25 the day of the race. For more
information, call 983-5466, ext. 4208, or visit miltonparks.
webs.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.


Argos add 3 to volleyball roster


Special to the Press Gazette
UWF Volleyball has
signed three more for the
fall, in hopes of continuing
their reign as Gulf South
Conference Champions in
2010. Head Coach Melissa
Wolter has added three
sophomore transfers to
the roster, including defen-
sive specialist/libero Anna
Stoecklein, outside hitter
Chandler Carney, and mid-
dle hitter Jenny Bellairs.
"We are really excited
about the 2010 recruit-
ing class," commented
head coach Melissa Wolt-
er. "Anna, Chandler, and
Jenny all bring great high
level playing experience
and Molly is going to add
strong depth and leader-
ship to our setting position.
All four of these young
women are great student
athletes with high potential
to leave their mark in the
UWF Volleyball program
and the GSC. We could not
be happier with the 2010
roster and are anxious to
begin training."
Stoecklein transfers
as a sophomore defensive
specialist/libero to West
Florida from the Univer-
sity of Missouri-Columbia,
and will be participat-
ing in her first collegiate
competition this season.
As a libero at Incarnate
Word Academy, Stoecklein
earned three letters, and
helped her team to two
state championships. She


Football returns this Friday


By BILL GAMBLING
sports@srpressgazette.com
Football does not officially
kick off for another two weeks, but
there will be plenty of action this
Friday at Pace and Milton high
schools.
Each school will be hosting area
community teams on the same field
they are hoping to make a big im-
pact on when they get older.


At Milton, the East Milton
Jaguars will face off against the Mil-
ton Panthers at 4:30 p.m. followed
by scrimmages by the 2010 edition
of the Milton High Panthers under
the direction of first year coach
Bobby Johns.
While the scrimmage games are
going on, fans can enjoy a fish fry.
Dinners for the fish fry are
$10 a plate for non-quarterback
club members and quarterback


club membership includes two fish
dinners.
At Pace, they will host the sec-
ond annual Patriot Night.
This evening will feature all the
football teams, cheerleaders and
band with photos being taken at
5:30 and football action getting un-
derway at 6 p.m.
The gates at Pace High will open
at 5 p.m. and the gates at Milton
High at 4 p.m.


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totaled 658 digs as a senior
and broke the record for
single season digs in Mis-
souri volleyball.
Carney also comes
to UWF as a sophomore
transfer, making the
change from Division I De-
Paul University as an out-
side hitter. In her lone sea-
son with the Blue Demons,
Carney ranked second on
her team in kills tallying
225, averaging 2.12 per set.
She added 39 total blocks
on the season, alongside
52 digs. During her 2009
season, she topped the Big
East with a match-high 25
kills against opponent Se-
ton Hall, while leading De-
Paul with the most points
scored during conference
play.
Bellairs has signed
with West Florida after a
year stint with Division I
Southeast Missouri State,
seeing five starts in 20 ap-
pearances as a freshman.
She totaled 20 kills, with
32 digs and 11 total blocks
for the Redhawks, while
being named to the Dean's
List for her success in the
classroom.
The trio of transfers will
join other newcomers Ka-
tie Johnson, Jordan Can-
gelosi and Molly Pearce
as new additions to the
2010 roster. Johnson and
Cangelosi transferred and
spent the spring seasons
with UWF volleyball while
Pearce will make her de-
but in the fall.


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I learned this weekend that
the Santa Rosa County Jail is not
the place you want to be.
At the invitation of Santa Rosa
County Sheriff Wendell Hall and
his staff, I participated as an in-
mate at the 2010 Jail Break-In to
benefit the Santa Rosa County
Sheriff's Explorers.
Now, I did get the special
privilege of taking my cell phone,
laptop, and a camera with video
capability in the jail.
That was the only special
treatment I was given. As that
jail door closed behind me, all
of my electronic equipment was
no use to me except for my cell
phone which allowed me to post
my experiences on the Press Ga-
zette Facebook page.
I can tell this was not your
typical jail stay, but the experi-


SPECIAL REPORT
ence was far from a comfortable
hotel on a fun road trip.
With 40 people trying to get
along in a big open room there
were times I could see how peo-
ple might have a fight in jail.
I occasionally wanted to tell
people to be quiet or wish they
would leave me alone so I could
rest, and I was only inside for 12
hours.
What was the most degrading
for me was the idea that my iden-
tity as "Bill" no longer existed. I
was now Inmate 64.
It would not have been bad if
those in charge were my age or
older, but the Explorers, under
the supervision of the sheriff's
advisors, were our guards. How
would you like to be Inmate
64 to a kid who was not even
born when you graduated


from college?
There were things to enjoy
like a couple of board games
including checkers, Sorry, and
a deck of cards to play Hearts,
Spades, or other games, but you
couldn't get too involved in the
game because someone was al-
ways around to conduct a bed
check and you had to stand next
to your bunk.
It was definitely not Club
Med, and I didn't expect it to be,
but the best part of supper or
breakfast was the instant bever-
age we got with our meals. You
had to mix it with the water from
the fountain in the wing/pod. Too
bad the term cold water is not
something heard of inside the
facility.
Some parents took the op-
portunity to give their children a
closer look inside a jail.
Saturday night they were
laughing and joking as they were


being processed and placed in-
side, but you should have seen
the look on their faces late
Saturday night and Sunday
morning.
I could tell the sleep in
the metal bunks and the toilet
situation did not do them any
good.
Today I have a greater appre-
ciation for those who calmly and
quietly pay their debt to society
when they do wrong.
You might think it is all fun
with three hots (meals) and a cot,
as my dad use to say. Well three
hots are nonexistent and the cot
has caused me to schedule a trip
to see the chiropractor.
Where do you go when you've
just gotten out of jail. To eat.
Thank you to the wait staff at
Waffle House on Highway 90.
The omelet and coffee sure tast-
ed good when I got my freedom
back.


Facebook posts from Bill while
in the new pod at the Santa
Rosa County Jail.
Saturday, 6:04 p.m.
At the jail and waiting to be
processed.
Saturday, 8:45 p.m.
I have been booked and
fingerprinted. Dinner was two
wonderful turkey bologna
sandwiches, chips, cookies, an
apple, and a funky drink mix.
I will tell you Mat has plenty
of photos posting at www.
srpressgazette.com
Saturday 10:15 p.m.
I can only imagine how hard
it is to adjust to life here. There
are games and such, but if you
don't watch it, this is something
that could really mess with your
psyche.


Sunday, 12:03 a.m.
I was asked my name at bed
check and told the deputy Bill.
They quickly reminded me I am
inmate 64.
Sunday, 12:26 a.m.
Good night from inmate 64.
Sunday, 4:51 a.m.
I can tell you from
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more rest inside a hospital
than a prison. At 4 a.m.
The guards were flicking
checkers or something like
that and they wouldn't shut
up so I woke up to write this
note. And I dread the thought
of breakfast after dinner last
night.
Sunday, 5:49 a.m.
I lied. Breakfast was worse
than dinner.


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Bagdad Volunteer Fire
Department Political Rally
The Bagdad Volunteer Fire Depart-
ment will hold its election year Politi-
cal Rally on Aug. 21 at 4 p.m. at the fire
department, across from the southeast
corner of Bagdad Elementary School, two
miles north of Exit 26 on Interstate 10.
This will give the public the opportunity
to hear and meet the candidates running
for office. You are invited to come enjoy
the friends, food and fun.
SRC Farm Bureau
to hold annual meeting
The Santa Rosa County Farm Bureau
will hold its annual membership meeting
Sept. 2 at 6 p.m. at the Jay Civic Center,
5259 Booker St. in Jay. All members of the
Santa Rosa County Farm Bureau and their
families are invited. There will be a dinner,
followed by the election of board members.
Ben Parks, director of Legislative Affairs-
Florida Farm Bureau, will speak on "Say
No to Amendment 4." After this, door priz-
es will be given out. In order to make ar-
rangements, we ask that members RSVP


by calling 675-4572 before Aug. 27.
Alzheimer's Caregivers
Support Group
The Alzheimer's Caregivers Support
Group meets the fourth Monday of each
month from 3-4:30 p.m. in the Community
Rooms of the West Florida Rehabilita-
tion Institute, 8391 N. Davis Highway in
Pensacola. The next meeting is Monday,
Aug. 23, and the topic will be "Preven-
tion of Skin Breakdown," presented by
Carol Bream, RN, West Florida Hospital.
The session is free, but reservations are
required. For more information or to reg-
ister, call 850-494-3212.
Meet and Greet Reception
at the Dragonfly Gallery
There will be a Meet and Greet Recep-
tion for artist Jeanne Lynch on Friday,
Aug. 20, from 5:30-7:30 p.m. The public is
invited, and it is free of charge. Lynch will
be featured through Aug. 31. She received
her formal art training at the American
Academy of Art in Chicago. The gallery is
at 5188 Escambia St. in downtown Milton.


There will also be an Oil Acrylic Master's
Technique Class on Tuesday, Aug. 24, by
appointment only. Artist Melinda Giron will
teach some of her most incredible tech-
niques emulating the works of the most
famous classical masters in the world of oil
painting. Cost is $25 per session. There are
more classes available. Check out www.
santarosaarts.org or www.sracf.org. You
also may call 981-1100. Gallery hours are
Tuesday through Saturday, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Senior Financial Matters Seminar
Mainstay Financial Group will present
a free seminar, "U.S. Savings Bonds: Do
You Know What You Have?" on Tuesday,
Aug. 24, from 9:30-11 a.m. in the Medical
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through Friday, between 8 a.m. and 6 p.m.
City of Milton meetings
City of Milton's Finance Committee
will meet Thursday, Aug. 19, at 9 a.m. in
Conference Room B of City Hall.


City of Milton Parks and Recreation
Committee will meet Monday, Aug. 23, at
8 a.m. in Conference Room B of City Hall,
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MVOP misdemeanor
violation of probation
FVOP felony violation
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Agg -
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DWLSR driving while
license suspended or re-
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FTA failure to appear
FTR failure to regis-
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SF sentenced felony
SM sentenced misde-
meanor
LEO law enforcement
officer
DV Domestic Vio-
lence

The following arrests
were made beginning July
17 through July 23, 2010.

July 17
Burns, David Peter;
Male; 40; 919 W. Michigan
Ave, Pensacola; Out of
State Fugitive From Jus-
tice.
Stokes, William Evan;
Male; 28; 1908 Brentco
Road, Cantonment; DUI
Alcohol or Drugs 3rd Viol
W/In 10 Years, Refuse to
Submit DUI Test After
Lic Susp, Drive While Lic
Susp 1st Off.
Crabtree. Patrick John;
Male; 25; 5 Dewitt Drive,
Pensacola; DUI.
Kocon. Courtney Chris-
tine; Female; 21; 1727 Vil-
lage Pkwy, Gulf Breeze;
DUI, Marijuana Possess
Not Than 20 Grams, Drug-
Equip-Possess And or
Use, Smuggle Contraband
Introduce Into Detention
Facility.
Scarbrough, Charles
Nicholas; Male; 583 Flo-
rosa Ct, Mary Esther;
DUI. Marijuana Possess
Not Than 20 Grams, Drug-
Equip-Possess And or
Use, Smuggle Contraband
Introduce Into Detention
Facility.


July 18
Champion, Ruth Cher-
yl; Female; 59; 78 Laurel
Drive, Franklin, NC; FVOP
Gosier, Nicholas An-
townn; Male; 27; 209 Ses-
sions Street, Milton; Aggrav
Battery Offender Knew/
Should Have Known Vict
Pregnant, Resist Officer
Obstruct W/O Violence.
Lucas, Kyle Rey; Male;
22; 65 S. Davis St, Beverly
Hills, FL; FVOP
Crabtree. Patrick John;
Male; 25; 5 Dewitt Drive,
Pensacola; DUI.
Sacco, Vincent William;
Male; 38; 120 Palafox Place,
Pensacola; DUI.
Weekes, Justin An-
thony; Male; 18; 5297 Wiley
Scott Road, Jay; Flee/
Elude Police-Fail to Obey
LEO Order to Stop.

July 19
Bucy, Jocelyn Madison;
Female; 24; 1066 Sanibel
Ln, Gulf Breeze; Smuggle
Contraband-Introduce Into
Detention Facility.
Calrissian, Rollins Nich-
olas; Male; 21; 5220 McCal-
lister St, Milton; FVOP
Collins Kayla Rhea;
Female; 18; 6436 Hwy. 90,
Milton; Drugs-Possess
Cntrl Sub W/O Prescrip-
tion, Marijuana-Possess
Not More Than 20 Grams,
Drugs-Traffic 4 Grams Less
30 KG Other Contrl Subst,
Drug-Equip Possess And
Or Use.
Arzberger, Bettye
Maree; Female; 50; 436 York
Street, Gulf Breeze; DUI.
Mandel, Mike Eron;
Male; 33; 116 Allen-A-Dale
St, Niceville; Forgery-Ob-
tain Controlled Substance
By, Drug-Equip Possess
And Or Use.
Spears. Jessica Rose;
Female; 20; 4211 Baycedar
Ln, Pace; Larc-Grand Theft
$300 Less Than $5,000.
Benson, Prema; Male;
29; Address Unknown; Sex
Offender Violation-Fail to
Register as Required.
Hurley. Evan Matthew;
Male; 24; 529 Burnt Pine
Rd, Brewton, AL; Operate


Motor Vehicle W/O Valid
License, Drive While Lic
Susp Habitual Offender.
Jimenez, Luke John;
Male; 17; 6436 Hwy 90, Mil-
ton; Drugs-Possess Cntrl
Sub W/O Prescription, Mar-
ijuana-Possess Not More
Than 20 Grams, Drugs-
Traffic 4 Grams Less 30 KG
Other Cntrl Subst, Drugs
Equip-Possess And or Use.
Lentini, Ashley Watson;
Female 38; 4258 Sandy Bluff
Dr East, Gulf Breeze; DUI
and Damage Property.
Walker, Kerry Lynne;
Female; 43; 3230 Clemson
Rd, Gulf Breeze; Burgl
Unoccupied Dwelling Un-
armed, Larc-Grand Theft
$300 Less Than $5,000.

July 20
Shannon. Dana Lee; Fe-
male; 31; 4997 Community
Circle, Milton; Drugs-Pos-
sess Cntrl Sub W/O Pre-
scription.
Stiller, Brian Alexan-
der; Male; 17; 1528 Oak Hill
Rd, GulfBreeze; Larc Grand
Theft $300 Less Than $5,000,
Larc Petit Theft 1st Degree
$100 Less $300, Fraud-Il-
legal Use Credit Cards Use
More 2 Times 6 Mos Obt
Gds Money $100 More.
Vaughn. III, William Al-
bert; Male; 50; 5415 Timber
Creek Dr, Pace; Larc-Grand
Theft $300 Less Than
$5,000.
Pierce, Cody Michael;
Male; 20; 3926 Reinhardt Vil-
lage Rd, Milton; FVOP
Folsom' Taylor McAllis-
ter; Male; 50; 5629 Balsam
St, Milton; DUI.

July 21
Cook Joanna Marie; Fe-
male; 23; 6353 Woodside Dr
South, Mobile, AL; FVOP
Daw. Sena Marie; Fe-
male; 20; 1311 Gandy Lane,
Century; Drugs-Possess
Cntrl Sub W/O Prescription.
Peitt. Jennifer Rene;
Female; 38; 1723 Wallace
Lake Rd, Pace; Fraud-Ut-
ter False Instrument, Forg-
ery Obtain Controlled Sub-
stance By (31 cts.), Drugs-
Traffic-4 Grams Less 30 KG


Other Cntrl Subst (23 cts.).
Adkins, Brittany Dawn;
Female; 17; 804 S Martin Lu-
ther King Jr. Ave. Clearwa-
ter, FL; Battery on Deten-
tion Staff Juv Prob Officer.
Gillis Charlotte Eliza-
beth; Female; 51; 6348 Fair-
field Dr, Milton; Forgery-Ob-
tain Controlled Substance
By (8 cts.), Drugs-Traffic 4
Grams Less 30 KG Other
Cntrl Subst (8 cts.).
Reichart. Jr., William
Joseph; Male; 43; 5384 Kue-
thes Kove, Milton; Aggrav
Asslt-Weapon W/ Deadly
Weapon W/O Intent to Kill
(2 cts.), Weapon Offense Im-
proper Exhibit Firearm or
Dangerous Weapon.

July 22
Barnhill.,Anthony Gwen;
Male; 53; 9008 John Hamm
Rd, Milton; FVOP
Davis, Maurice Dimitri-
us; Male; 28; 611 Cornwall,
Mary Esther, FVOP
Burke, Joshua Hall;


Male; 15; 9867 Orion Lake
Circle, Navarre; Aggrav
Asslt-Weapon W/Deadly
Weapon W/O Intent to Kill.
Lewis, Melisha Lynn;
Female; 29; 109 Gladiola St,
Pensacola; 109 Gladiola St,
Pensacola; FVOP
Williams, Lisa Ann; Fe-
male; 35; 4956 Sheila St, Mil-
ton; Drugs-Possess Cntrl
Sub W/O Prescription.

July 23
Wood, Alice Elizabeth;
Female; 51; 1200 Ft. Pickens
Rd, Pensacola Beach; DUI.
Creamer. Jr. Ernest
Earl; Male; 24; 5266 Cherry
St, Jay; FVOP
Goodyear, Michael;
Alan; Male; 45; 6111 Car-
roll Rd, Milton; Larc-Grand
Theft $300 Less Than
$5,000.
Gray, Gregory Zane;
Male; 29; 9112 Roy Cook Rd,
Pace; Possession of Weap-
on or Ammo By Convicted
Felon.


Josh
Davis, M.D.


Sample Michael Wil-
lie; Male; 27; 4025 Florence
St, Pace; DUI and Damage
Property, Assault On Of-
ficer Firefighter EMT Etc,
Veh Theft-Grand Theft of
Motor Vehicle.
Parr, Robert Allen;
male; 43; 6395 Metz Rd,
Milton; Damage Prop-Crim
Misch Over $200 Under
$1,000, Burgl Unoccupied
Structure Unarmed, Larc-
Theft is $300 or More.
Wallace, Wanda Spear-
man, Female; 50; 5343 Mav-
erick Ln, Gulf Breeze; DUI.
Burdo Aaron Matthew;
Male; 19; 1800 Sound Ham-
mock Dr, Navarre; Larc-
Grand Theft $300 Less
Than $5,000.
Gahlenbeck Molli
Elizabeth; Female; 23; 2003
Stallion Rd, Cantonment;
FVOP
Kimmons, Edward
Dwayne; Male; 20; 6117
Green Springs Dr, Milton;
Larc-Grand Theft $300
Less Than $5,000.


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IN THE CIRCUIT
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ROSA COUNTY, FLOR-
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CASE NO.:08-CP-293
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3130 -Auctions
3140 Baby Items
3150 Building Supplies
3160 Business
Equipment
3170-Collectibles
3180 Computers
3190 Electronics
3200 Firewood
3210- Free Pass it On
3220 Furniture
3230 Garage/Yard Sales
3240 Guns
3250 Good Things to Eat
3260 Health & Fitness
3270 Jewelry/Clothing
3280 Machinery/
Equipment
3290 Medical Equipment
3300 Miscellaneous
3310 Musical Instuments
3320 Plants & Shrubs/
Supplies
3330 Restaurant/Hotel
3340 Sporting Goods
3350 Tickets (Buy & Sell)



Security Self Storage
at 4391 Hwy 90 Pace,
FL 32571 will sell at
public auction by com-
petitive bidding on
WEDNESDAY-August
25, 2010 At 2:00 pm
on premises where
said property has been
stored. Purchases must
be paid for at time of
purchase in cash or
credit card only.
All purchased items are
sold as is, where is and
must be removed at the
time of the sale. Sale is
subject to cancellation
in the event of settle-
ment between owner
and obligated party.
Office number
850-994-0033


Divorce 149, Wills 30
Name Change '49
Centipede- FREE Typing, Call for
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We Deliver 1850N. "W"'St
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MR. MIKE'S
LAWN SERVICE
Affordable Lawn Care
and Maintenance.
Free estimates.
Commercial/
Residential.
Call us today!
Mike Pinckard, Sr.
850-516-6914
850-623-1081




Stewart's Tractor
Works & Land
Clearing, Inc.
Tree & Stump Removal
from takedown to trim-
ming. Debris removal
& Storm Clean-Up.
Dirt Work. Demolition &
Hauling. Land Clearing.
Backhoe & Trackhoe
Work. All tree work
done by man lift.
Not climbing.
516-1801 or 675-4291
Licensed & Insured
Free Estimates
PAUL STEWART


KEVIN'S
TREE SERVICE
Tree Trimming and
Pruning, Hazardous
Tree Removal,
Stump Grinding,
Root Ball Removal.
Lot & Land Clearing.
Licensed & Insured.
850-530-6608






Affordable
Private Tutor
Start the school year
off on the right foot!
I have an M.Ed. and
20 years experience
teaching special
needs children and
the general middle
and high school cur-
riculum. Ease your
child's fear and frus-
tration. Tutoring in
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850-281-8684


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OWNED HOMES For
Sale including proper-
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interest rates, and op-
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better. NEW PROPER-
TIES ADDED DAILY!
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Cherry Bedroom Set.
Solid Wood, never
used, brand new in fac-
tory boxes. English
Dovetail. Original cost
$4500. Sell for $895.
Can deliver. (954)
302-2423
Leather Living Room
Set. In original plastic,
never used. Ong price
$3000, Sacrifice $975.
Can deliver. Call Bill
(305)420-5982
Moving Sale. Reasona-
bly priced. 9-pc dining
room furniture. 4 pc
bedroom furniture. Oak
table & 6 chairs. Desk
w/ bookcase top &
chair. Call 623-2379 to
see.


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6100 Business/
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6110- Apartments
6120 Beach Rentals
6130 Condo/Townhouse
6140 House Rentals
6150 Roommate Wanted
6160 Rooms for Rent
6170 Mobile Home/Lot
6180 Out-of-Town Rentals
6190 -Timeshare Rentals
6200 Vacation Rentals




Mulat/Pace
2 bed, 1 bath. Large
yard, garbage
furnished. $350 month,
$350 deposit. 995-4335

MILTON AREA
3 Bedroom
2 Bath Home
w/Florida Room
Screened
Back Porch
Inground Pool
Fenced Yard
Carport
Workshop/
Storage Bldg
$850/mo.
6380 Butternut'
850-712-9968


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1 6110
Pace 2 br, 1 ba. All ce-
ramic tile. Nice yard.
Stove, fridge, dw, and
laundryroom. Non-
smoking environment
$545 mth. includes
water, trash p/u, grass
cutting. 626-2928


1 or 2
Bdrm 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



3 bedrooms. Montclair,
Pensacola. Fenced
yard. Pets welcome.
Avail. 9/1/10. $675
month, $500 dep.
438-1660
3578 A.C. Lowery. 5
bed/4 1/2 bath. $1,950
month, $1950. deposit.
For more information,
contact Eric Gleaton
Realty (850)478-4607



Close to Whitting FId,
3br lba, $650/mo +
deposit. Call Rick
Epperson Realty LLC,
850-865-7777



Milton
3 bd, 1 ba, utility room,
central heat & cooling.
No pets. 6125 Patricia
Ave. $595. month, $450
dep. 748-1819
Milton
Newly remodeled, 3
bd, 1 ba. New paint,
floors and bathroom.
$525 month, $525 dep.
No pets. 995-4335
Milton, 3 br, 2 ba,
6616 Imperial Drive.
$875 a month. Call
Billy at (850) 512-5445
or (850)-626-8683
New 3 BR/2B Nice
Quite Area Pets
Okay $900 mo $900
dep 850-393-9343
or 850-393-9344
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Tech. ROOM FOR
RENT in a 3 bedroom
home. $400 month.
(850)450-0726


6170
2/1 with front kitchen.
Screened-in porch,
CH&A on corner lot.
East Gate Mobile
Home Ranch. 626-8973

Avalon Blvd.
Small 1 bedroom. Ideal
for single. First month
rent free. 626-8973

Like new 2 bd, 2 ba, in
quiet park. No pets.
Non-smoking environ-
ment. $545 + deposit.
626-1552

Marlboro Village.
Large, 2 bd, 1 1/2 ba.
Just remodeled. Total
electric, covered entry,
W/D hook-up. No pets.
$275 dep., $350 mo.
525-3235 or 623-8753







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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 Waterfront
7180 Investment
Property
7190 Oul-ol-Town
Real Estate
7200 Timeshare


7100 I
Biggest Sale of the
Year! Palm Harbor
Homes has closed 2
model centers Save up
to 60k on select
models Call
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FOR SALE BY OWNER:
8+ ACRES, 465 FT.
ON HICKORY HAM-
MOCK ROAD, EAST
MILTON...WILL DIVIDE.
TWO LOTS ON POND
CREEK, ONE WATER-
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TREE TRIMMING AND

Affordable Lawn Care PRUNING HAZARDOUS TREE
and Maintenance REMOVAL,
F E STUMP GRIN1DING,
Commercial Residential ROOT BALL REMOVAL.
e Wwod4/ LOT & LAD CLEARING.
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850-516-6914 850-530-6608
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B ushhogging ~ Dirt Work
Clean-ups ~ Raking

Hauling ~ Mowing

Reasonable Rates ~ Free Estimates
(850) 623-0493
Cell- 485-7977
Licensed & Insured


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Fill Dirt / Lawn Dressing
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We Fill Foundations
Phone: 850-994-4458
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House Painting
Small Home Repairs
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AtOMMTVE, MARINE
RECREATIONAL
8100 Antique & Collectibles
8110- Cars
8120- Sports Utility Vehicles
8130- Trucks
8140 Vans
8150 Commercial
8160 Motorcycles
8170 Auto Parts
& Accessories
8210 Boats
8220 Personal Watercraft
8230 Sailboats
8240 Boat 8 Marine
Supplies
8245 Boat Slips & Docks
8310 Aircraft/Aviation
8320 ATV/Off Road Vehicles
8330 Campers & Trailers
8340 Motorhomes



Kurbmaster
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1985
Good motor, good
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4025 Hwy 90 Pace
We Sell at Our Cost Plus a 10% Surcharge Added at the Register


Sale Good000gud 18, 2010 IhruIAugud 24,I2010


USDA Blackwell
Angus Top
Sirloin Steak
336
33Ib
Family Pack

Premio Italian
Sausage or
Bratwurst

6616 oz


Farmland
Jumbo Franks
or Bologna
112
16 oz


Thank You
Oven Roasted
Sliced Chicken
Breast
181 oz
8 oz


USDA Blackwell
Angus Peeled
Sirloin Tips
199b


Farmland
4 x 6 Cooked
Ham or
Turkey Breast

10 oz


Juicy Sweet
White or Red
Seedless Grapes
1 26b


Tender
Fresh Broccoli
114
ea


Daily's
Lil Hug
Fruit Drinks
252
20 pk 8 oz


Dale's Steak
Marinade

1 9216 oz


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Cost includes freight, fee, and any associated expenses.


grocery
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850-995-8778


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Wise Buy Split
Fryer Breast
I071b
lb


Family Pack
Farmland
Boneless Pork
Chops

2SSIb


Tony Roma
BBQ Beef
or Pork
488
18 oz Tub


Tennessee
Pride Sausage
Biscuits
389
10 pk


Farmland Stack
Pack Hickory
Smoked Bacon
422
24 oz pkg


Snowden
Smoked
Sausage
899 4kg
4 lb pkg


Vine Ripe
Grape
Tomatoes

S 37pint


Large
Nectarines

95,*


12 pk 12 oz
Pepsi
359


Nunn-Better
Golden
Nuggets
Dog Food
6 07
16 1b


Dutch Farms
Shredded
Cheddar
Cheese
1 8oz51
*~ 8oz


Armour
Vienna
Sausage

435 oz


Sauers
Mayonnaise
206 oz
32 oz


Vlasic
Kosher
Dills

163 46 oz


Jiffy Corn
Muffin Mix

44' 8oz


Luzianne
Tea Bags
1172
~24 ct


Peanut Patch
Boiled
Peanuts

58 13 oz


Wickles
Pickles
Original

1 16 oz


Barefoot
Wine
6991
1.5 L


Miller
Lite Beer
1610
24 pk 12 oz


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