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Publication Date: 12-14-2011
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By Mathew Pellegrino
mpellegrino@srpressgazette.com
The economy is hitting more
than just the big chain stores
this holiday season. Secondhand
stores like thrift stores that sell
used items at a discounted price
are struggling to keep their doors
open even with the promise of a
better deal.


Store owners like Ken Kinnard,
who operates the Video Game
Swap Shop in Milton said this holi-
day season, people are "getting
more frugal" with their holiday
spending money.
"The government is saying the
economy is getting better, and it's
not," Kinnard said. "Our sales have
dropped from previous years, but
we are still having a steady flow."


Kinnard said the only reason
for the steady business right now
is because of the upcoming Christ-
mas holiday.
"I see a lot of people from Mil-
ton, Pace, Brewton (Ala.) and Pen-
sacola. I get them from all over,"
Kinnard said.
He said the customers he does
get often buy used over new video
games to save money. Kinnard has


operated the video game store for
almost seven years.
"We're getting customers, but
not as many as we thought we
would this time of the year," he
said.
Another secondhand store that
is seeing the sign of the times is
just four miles up the road off of
Avalon Boulevard.
While shoppers were catching


Pin-up pooc


Harley goes from shelter dog to calendar do&


By Bill Gamblin
news@srpressgazette.com
It will be June 11, 2012, in the home
of Chris and Roxanne Schuermann for a
long time, or at least until Dec. 31,2012.
That is because their Norwegian elk
hound mix, Harley, is the featured dog
in the 365 Puppies-a-Year Calendar by
Workman Publishing.
But Harley didn't start out as a pin-up


BILL GAMBLING I I' h .I ,, 1
Harley is with his owner Roxanne
Schuermann in Milton. Harley is the
featured puppy on June 11, 2012,
in the 365 Puppies-A-Year Calendar
published by Workman Publishing.


model; he was actually a dog at
the Escambia County Animal
Shelter until the Schuermann's '
went looking for a pet.
The dog was for Chris, but that k.
lasted all of a few hours as Harle y
quickly bonded with Roxanne.
"He was just a big ball of fur,"
Roxanne recalled about the day they
found Harley. "When I saw him. I just
had to have him.
'We thought he was going to
be a St. Bernard, but we had him
tested and found out he was part
Chow, Norwegian elk hound and
cocker."
Harley is not alone in this fun
home with the Schuermann's as lie
plays with their other dogs Hunter and
Rusty
The amazing part is how Harley
actually got to be a calendar pin-up.
"My husband got me the 365 Puppie
A-Year calendar and after looking at the
page on how you can submit a photo, I
decided to send in a photo of Harley,"
Roxanne recalled. "They tell you that you
won't get the picture back and they let you
know up front they won't tell you if your
dog makes it.
"But that is fine with me because I love
the calendar and would buy it to see if my
dog made it or not."
This is not the only animal calendar
published by Workman Publishing out of
New York.
Other animal calendars include 365
Dogs, 365 Kittens-A-Year, Bad Cat and
Bad Dog, as they get thousands of photos
a year.
"We get a ton of photos each year and
each year we call for more," said Maggie
Gleason with Workman Publishing.
"Our editors look at the photos and it is


"He was just a big ball of
fur. When I saw him, I
just had to have him."

Roxanne Schuermann

whatever catches their eyes.
"We try to offer a good mix of breeds
and locations across the United States as
well."
Instructions on how to enter the
365 Puppies-A-Year contest or other
contests are included inside the cover
of the calendar published by Workman
Publishing.
Photos received by Feb. 13, 2012, will
be considered for the 2013 calendar,
while photos received thereafter will be
considered for future calendars.


up on their sleep from their mid-
night raids at the big chain retail
stores, the Waterfront Rescue
Mission was coming up with new
ways to draw in customers as they
have been struggling the past few
years to bring in customers.
"It's not just the bigger stores,
even we have been slow," said

See SHOPPING Al 3


Schools


crack down


on spice

By Mathew Pellegrino
mpellegrino@srpressgazette.com
The Santa Rosa County school
district is looking to stop a drug
problem before it gets out of con-
trol.
Spice, also known as K-2 and
Blaze, it is a potpourri substance
sprayed with chemicals. When
smoked, the substance gives the
same effects that someone might
feel while high on marijuana. The
drug gained popularity over recent
years and is available at many gas
stations and smoke shops.
The federal government
cracked down on the drug July.
banning the chemical in the sub-
stance. Since the ruling, the school
district has continued to see the
drug being used in the schools.
The law passed by the government
does not outlaw the potpourri, but
the actual chemical it is sprayed
with. Only lab tests can determine
how much chemicals, if any, have
been sprayed on the potpourri.
Currently, anyone caught under
the influence or selling the drug
can be removed from school.
"This is faster and more po-
tent than marijuana," said Conni
Carnley, director of middle schools
for the Santa Rosa County School
District.
Director of high schools Buddy
Hinote said he and other adminis-
trators are addressing the misuse
of the drug on school campuses
and are urging students not to use
the synthetic drug because it can
be dangerous, and even deadly.
See SPICE A13


Deputy wounded in gunfire exchange with fugitive


Deputies patrol a neighborhood
after a gunman opened fire on
U.S. Marshals and local sheriff's
deputies on Friday afternoon.


By Bill Gamblin
news@srpressgazette.com
A very quiet afternoon
in a small neighborhood
in Milton quickly turned
into a crime scene as a
fugitive and law enforce-
ment officials exchanged
gunfire.
Following the ex-


change, two individuals
had been shot, 42-year-old
Steve Hough, an Okaloosa
County deputy, and fugi-
tive David Christopher
Lewis, 34, according to
information obtained the
Okaloosa County Sheriff's
Office and state attorney
Bill Eddins.
Hough was shot as he


tried to serve Lewis his
warrants at his known lo-
cation in the 5400 block of
Camille Gardens Circle.
Original reports indi-
cated it was a Santa Rosa
deputy who had been
shot, but Joy Tsubooka,
the public information
officer for Santa Rosa
County, confirmed it was


an Okaloosa County dep-
uty who had been shot
and taken to Santa Rosa
Medical Center. The dep-
uty later was taken by a
LifeFlight helicopter to
Sacred Heart Hospital in
Pensacola, suffering from
gunshot wounds to his
face and legs.
Hough was transport-


ed to Sacred Heart in crit-
ical condition. Since then,
Hough's condition has im-
proved to serious.
Lewis also was shot
during the exchange of
gunfire and remained in
critical condition at Sa-
cred Heart Hospital in
See GUNFIRE A13


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A wreck at the corner of
Glover Lane and Highway
90 in Milton caused more
than $28,000 in vehicle dam-
ages and sent four people to
Santa Rosa Medical Center
in stable condition Friday
morning.
According to the Milton
Police accident report, a car
driven by 33-year-old Lila
Archer was eastbound on
Highway 90 attempting to
turn left onto Glover Lane
when she pulled in front of
an SUV driven by Jackie
Prewitt of Milton.
According to the report,
Archer turned on a solid
green "yield" light when she
pulled in front of Prewitt.
After initial impact, Ar-
cher's vehicle spun coun-
terclockwise 180 degrees
and drifted back into the


Photos by MATHEW PELLEGRINO I Press Gazette
Milton Police Department and local volunteer firefighters
work the scene of an accident on the corner of
Highway 90 and Glover Lane that sent four people to
Santa Rosa Medical Center. Top left, firefighters use the
Jaws of Life to free Erin Shelby, 23, of Milton from her
vehicle at Glover Lane and Highway 90.


eastbound lanes of Highway
90 and later impacted a con-
crete pole on the eastbound
lane of Highway 90.
After impact, Prewitt's


vehicle drifted right and hit
a vehicle that was attempt-
ing to yield onto Highway
90 heading westbound.
Prewitt's vehicle forced


the car into a ditch on the
westbound side of the road,
knocking out a yield sign
that the report stated costs
$300.
Milton Police, Life-
Guard Ambulance, Skyline
Fire Department, Milton
Fire Department and Whit-
ing Field Fire Department
responded to the scene of
the accident that occurred
around 11 a.m.
According to the Mil-
ton Police accident report,
Archer was charged with
violation of right-of-way for
turning in front of Prewitt.
Milton Police Officer
Mark Tinnirella said that
Prewitt and her husband,
who was the passenger in
the vehicle, were sent to
Santa Rosa Medical Center
along with the two other
driver's involved in the ac-
cident, but said they were
in stable condition.


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If you have a short
comment you would like
to make, call the Speak
Out line at 623-5887. Please
remember this is for short
comments via telephone or
e-mail. Longer comments
are better suited as a letter
to the editor

Sunday, 10:13 p.m.
This is Tim. I was on
television about a Social
Security raise. I sure
haven't seen it. If someone
could tell me about it I
would appreciate it. Bye.
Editor's note: In Jan.
of2012, it is expected that
Social Security recipients
will get a 3 percent Cost of
Living Adjustment (COLA).

Sunday, 6:03 p.m.


Hello, this is Marion.
I think the county
commissioners should hold-
off plans on a courthouse
until they have a site. I think
each commissioner should
state four or five reasons
for choosing East Milton,
especially Commissioner
Bob Cole. Thank you.


Sunday, 4:14 p.m.
This is Sandy. I want
to tell Dennis I am so
proud of him for putting in
perspective the real reason
for Christmas. It is Jesus'
birthday and I celebrate it
that way because it is right.
I don't get caught up in all
the commercial stuff. I do
remember my Lord. Thank
you Dennis, for helping us
Christians remember that.


Sunday, 12:38 p.m.
My name is Barbara.
We went to an auction on
Saturday night and it didn't
take long for us to figure out
the shady way they were
getting the bid higher. It
won't take long for others to
see it and quit going. They
need to ask themselves
WWJD?

Friday, 6:28 p.m.
This is Robert again. The
TEAM mystery again raises
it head and did you read
that half page of Q&A in the
SRPG? What a joke. I have
never seen anything like
it. After several attempts,
it still isn't clear how they
work with grants, and all I
know is they have a couple
of chairs and a computer.


After his motion for an
18-month extension and
$100,000 for a new director,
Mr. Cole needs to go along
with TEAM.

Friday, 5:04 p.m.
Since when is the city
clerk of Milton authorized
to stuff water/gas bills
with advertisement for
a Christian school, or
anything else for that
matter?

Friday, 8:06 a.m.
I applaud the SRC who
did not go along with Cole's
instant approval of TEAM
Santa Rosa's extension with
an increase of $100,000 for
a director. I think it's time
to scrub this waste of tax
money.


Elected OFFICIALS


COUNTY GOVERNMENT
COUNTY COMMISSION
District 1: Jim Williamson, 4351 Berryhill
Road, Pace, FL 32571; phone 983-1877. 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 983-1877. E-mail
is comm-salter@santarosa.fl.gov
District 4: Jim Melvin, 6495 Caroline St.,
Milton, FL; phone 983-1877. E-mail is comm-
melvin@santarosa.fl.gov
District 5: Lane Lynchard, 6495 Caroline
St., Milton, FL 32570; phone 983-1877. E-mail is
comm-lynchard@santarosa.fl.gov
The Santa Rosa County Commission meets at
9 a.m. on the 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. Doug Broxson: 2990-C Gulf Breeze
Parkway, Gulf Breeze, FL 32563, phone 916-
5436. E-mail is Doug.Broxson@myfloridahouse.
gov
Sen. Greg Evers: 5334 Willing St., Milton,
FL 32570, phone 983-5550. E-mail is Evers.Greg.


S02@flsenate.gov
Gov. Rick Scott: PL05 The Capitol, 400 S.
Monroe St., Tallahassee, FL 32399; phone 488-
4441. E-mail is fl_governor@myflorida.com

FEDERAL GOVERNMENT
HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES
Rep. Jeff Miller: 2439 Rayburn House Office
Building, Washington, D.C. 20515; local phone is
479-1183; D.C. Office phone (202) 225-4136.
Pensacola office address: 4300 Bayou Blvd., Suite
13, Pensacola, FL 32503. Toll free number is 866-
367-1614. Website: http://jeffmiller.house.gov

SENATE
Sen. Marco Rubio: B40A Dirksen Senate
Office Building, Washington, D.C. 20510; phone
202-224-3041; fax 202-228-0285.
Sen. Bill Nelson: Room 571, Hart Senate
Office Building, Washington, D.C. 20510; phone
202-224-5274; fax 202-224-8022 Website:
http://billnelson.senate.gov

WHITE HOUSE
President Barack Obama: The White House,
1600 Pennsylvania Ave., Washington, D.C. 20500;
phone 202-456-1414. E-mail is 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
Superintendent: Tim Wyrosdick, 5086 Canal St., Milton, FL
32570; phone 983-5000. E-mail is wyrosdickt@mail.santarosa.
k12.fl.us
District 1: Diane Scott, 5710 Munson Highway, Milton, FL
32570; phone 983-0413. E-mail is scottdl@mail.santarosa.kl2.
fl.us
District 2: Hugh Winkles, 5684 Nicklaus Lane, Milton, FL
32570; phone 623-6299. E-mail is winkleseh@mail.santarosa.
k12.fl.us
District 3: Diane Coleman, 9400 Octavia Lane, Navarre, FL
32566; phone 939-2661. E-mail is colemanmd@mail.santarosa.
k12.fl.us
District 4: JoAnn Simpson, 5059 Faircloth St., Pace, FL
32571; phone 994-5446. E-mail is simpsonjj@mai.santarosa.
k12.fl.us
District 5: Scott Peden, 3156 Pins Lane, Gulf Breeze, FL
32563; phone 934-0701. E-mail is pedenst@mail.santarosa.kl2.
fl.us
The Santa Rosa County School Board meets at 6:30 p.m. the
second and fourth Thursdays at 5086 Canal St., in Milton. The
Santa Rosa School Board phone is 983-5000.

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


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Local


Santa Rosa's Press Gazette I A3


LAW ENFORCEMENT


of DUI


By Bill Gamblin
news@srpressgazette.com
A Milton man was con-
victed Friday of DUI man-
slaughter and other alco-
hol related charges.
Jeremy Joseph Ham-
mill was
found
guilty by a
Santa Rosa
County
Jury on
charges of
DUI man-
JEREMY slaughter
JOSEPH and DUI.
HAMMILL On Feb.
27 of last
year, Hammill was driving
on Dogwood Drive when
he ran the red light at the
intersection of Hamilton
Bridge Road and crashed
into a car driven by Tam-
my Cabaniss.
Hammill, who faces 20
years in state prison, will
be sentenced on Jan. 31 at
2 p.m.
Cabaniss was seriously
injured while her passen-
ger, Dwight Davis, died as
a result of the crash.
At the time of the acci-
dent Hammill's blood alco-
hol level was .26.
Back on March 10 of
last year, Hammill turned
himself into officers with
the Milton Police Depart-
ment who charged him
with DUI with property
damage, DUI with seri-


manslaughter


ous bodily injury and DUI
manslaughter.
When officers arrived
at the scene of the Feb-
ruary 2010 crash, fire de-
partment personnel were
extricating Davis from the
vehicle, who had gone into
cardiac arrest. It was be-
lieved at the time that the
passenger had suffered a
right punctured lung.
Lifeguard Ambulance
transported the passen-
ger to Santa Rosa Medi-
cal Center, where he was
pronounced dead upon
arrival.
Cabaniss, who was the
driver of the sedan, was
transported to Sacred
Heart hospital by Life-
guard Ambulance, and
suffered a cracked ster-
num, a broken scapula,
and broken ribs along the
right side of her body.
When officers spoke to
Hammill, the odor of al-
cohol was evident on his
breath according to the re-
port, and the driver admit-
ted he had been at Texas
Roadhouse earlier where
he consumed alcoholic
beverages.
Hammill admitted to
striking the other vehicle
and running the light.
The charges against
Hammill were enhanced
since his blood alcohol
level was above .20.
During its investigation
Milton Police went to Tex-


as Roadhouse to obtain
more information on how
much alcohol Hammill
had consumed prior to the
incident.
A bartender met with
police at a later date and
admitted that they had
served Hammill four 10-
ounce beers with little
food.
Since the accident
Hammill has remained
lodged at Santa Rosa
County Jail.


Joseph Christian


Fontana gets 130 years


By Bill Gamblin
news@srpressgazette.com
Wednesday a fugitive
on sexual related charges
involving minors was sen-
tenced to 130 years in pris-
on.
A Santa Rosa County
jury convicted Joseph
Christian Fontana on
Wednesday
of sexually
molesting a
child.
Immedi-
ately after
the verdict,
JOSEPH Santa Rosa
CHRISTIAN County Cir-
FONTANA cuit Judge
David Rim-
mer sentenced Fontana to
130 years in state prison.
This sentence will run con-
secutive to a life sentence
Rimmer imposed on Fon-
tana back on April 1, which
a separate jury convicted
Fontana of sexual battery
on a child.
Fontana, 55, was
charged with committing
various sexual acts on the
minor son of a woman he
befriended from a church
in Fort Walton Beach back
in 2001.
According to State At-
torney Bill Eddins, the
crimes occurred between
2003 and 2006 at residents
in Gulf Breeze and Navare
where Fontana was doing
work as a handyman.
During an investigation
by the Santa Rosa County
Sheriff's Office, Fontana
fled the country prior to his


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arrest and was later found
in the Dominican Republic
in June of 2009 where Fed-
eral Marshals arrested him
in June of 2009 following a
television segment.
Fontana's case was fea-
tured on America's Most
Wanted as the Santa Rosa
County Sheriff's Office had
obtained a warrant for his
arrest in 2006.
Following the case being
featured on America's Most
Wanted, a tip was received
by the show in April of 2009
and forwarded to the U.S.
Marshal's Foreign Field Of-
fice in Santo Domingo, Do-
minican Republic after the
SRSO requested the assis-
tance of the U.S. Marshal's
Florida Regional Fugitive
Task Force in Pensacola.
Prior to his disappear-
ance and arrest in the Do-
minican Republic, Fontana
resided at 1305 Green Acres
Ave. in Fort Walton Beach.
When Fontana was ap-
prehended there was one
warrant charging him with
25 counts of sexual assault


on a victim over 12, 25
counts of sexual assault on
a victim over 12, 25 counts
of lewd and lascivious be-
havior (conduct by person
18 or older), 25 counts of
lewd and lascivious behav-
ior (exhibit by persons 18 or
older with victim less than
16), and one count of show-
ing obscene material to a
child.
Fontana was also want-
ed on one warrant in Oka-
loosa County.
He was previously desig-
nated as a sexual predator
after his conviction in April
2011 and had remained in
jail awaiting his trial on
these charges.
In 1995, Fontana was
convicted in Pasco County,
Fla., of handling and fon-
dling a child and of a lewd
and lascivious act in the
presence of a child.
In 1988, he was con-
victed in California of three
counts of committing a
lewd act upon a child.
Fontana had been desig-
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that time.


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O inion

Opinion


Wednesday, December 14, 2011


OUR VIEW


One man's trash is


another's treasure


The public's feelings
regarding events can be
humorous.
Some were upset
about the problems
getting through
downtown Milton on Dec.
2 during Gallery Night.
While there are
complaints (and everyone
hates being stuck in
traffic), there is another
question one must
ponder:
Didn't these folks see
all the notices that traffic
would be slow or slowed
that night due to the
event?
Stories in the paper,
flashing signs put out
by law enforcement,
and much more were
all present to announce
potential traffic snarls
long before the event
ever began.
Yet instead of driving
around the problem
people chose to drive
through it and then
complain.
This past weekend, the
residents of Chumuckla
held the BonfireJam
in conjunction with the
Chumuckla Redneck
Parade.
There have been
traffic problems every
year during this weekend.
It has been that way
ever since the event
first began and gained
popularity. Still, despite
all of the notice and
advertisement, there
are some who want to
complain.
Why?
Maybe they have
nothing better to do. It's
hard to tell, but while you
complain about these
events, look at some
facts:
Gallery Night brings
people downtown to
visit businesses and
locations. In simple
terms, it tells the public
downtown Milton is
"open for business." The
complaints about the
lights and traffic might
be justified, but would
you rather downtown just
dry up and blow away?
Think about how much
downtown suffered in
Jan. 2009 when almost
a whole city block
was destroyed by fire,
forcing the closure of
other businesses. It is
rebounding now and what
is even more exciting, in
many ways it is better
than ever.
When it comes to


the BonfireJam and
Chumuckla Redneck
Parade, we understand
the concerns, but we also
are capable of seeing a
much bigger and brighter
picture. This year alone,
over 70 needy children in
the Chumuckla area will
have a better Christmas
because of this event.
There will be students
who will receive help
with their education and
organizations will raise
money for its efforts
without having to knock
on your door and beg for
donations.
Waiting in traffic is a
small price to pay for all
this good.
Let us not forget about
the jobs and the financial
impact both events bring
to the area.
It might not seem like
a lot, but take a closer
look:
Gas to drive to and
from the event,
Dinner in Milton or
Pace,
Money spent at the
event,
The good a positive
experience brings to the
area;
That adds up faster
than many can figure.
The concerns and
issues some have are
understandable because
they feel "put out" or
inconvenienced, but
we must ask those who
complain: how many times
have we talked about
traffic backups on U.S.
Highway 90 headed into
Milton from the east or
west?
Gallery Night was one
night out of 365.
Yes there is the
Riverfest, the Santa
Rosa Arts Festival, and
Veteran's Day.
So make that four
days of the 365. Still, the
whiners focus on the four
and not the 361.
There are problems
that need fixing, but
they're not things caused
by downtown.
When we have events,
we are no different than
any other community. Big
events can cause traffic
problems.
In the end, we're left
with the fact that more
people here complain
about the actual event
than the real problems
- which were often there
long before the event was
even conceived.


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The GOP primaries: The adultery of hope


The GOP primaries
have been a wild ride. A
Rasmussen poll now has
Newt Gingrich leading Mitt
Romney by twenty-one
points. Some guy named
Ron Paul keeps placing
first or second in most
polls, yet no one in the
media seems to recognize
him. Michele Bachmann
led at one time, as did Rick
Perry; last month it was
Herman Cain. Yet Newt
is surging now, which is
what got him in trouble
with his divorces. A man
named "Newton" has to
understand this law of
gravity: what goes up can
quickly come down.
In what seems like the
500th GOP debate, which is
only watched by Obama's
campaign team because
the candidates are making
all of his 2012 attack ads for
him, the GOP searches for
another Ronald Reagan.
Romney has been
beaten up for the many
different positions he
has taken in the past but,
unlike Herman Cain or
Newt Gingrich, none of
them has been on top of
a woman who was not
his wife. One would think
the heavily evangelical
Iowa Primary voters
would take a dim view of
adultery, but they seem
to prefer something
they understand over
something they don't:
Mormonism.
Newt made amends


by saying he was
sorry and became
a Catholic. Nothing
says you have given
up chasing women
like converting to
the religion of the
Kennedy family. RC
The template The
was set with John
E Kennedy and
then Bill Clinton, but most
voters do not mind what
you do with your personal
life as long as it does not
involve a "dead woman or
a live boy." Ted Kennedy
survived the former.
Ron Paul continues
to win the straw polls; he
recently scored 53% of
the Ohio GOP to win that
one, too. You really never
hear much about Ron Paul
when the media can focus
their attention on illegal
Hispanics found working
in Mitt Romney's hair
or lining up prime time
interviews with women
who say they "do not want
to hurt Cain's family" as
they go public about an
alleged affair. Nothing says
"I did not want to hurt your
wife and family" like going
unsolicited to the media
with your secret.
We knew it was over
with Herman Cain weeks
ago; it never bodes well
when you are the first
candidate to use the
word "consensual" in an
interview.
The three worst
presidents of modern


times, Jimmy
Carter, George W
Bush and Barack
Obama, have no
revelations of sex-
capade baggage.
However, from
ART Ben Franklin
N AT to Thomas
e Hart Beat to Thomas
Jefferson,
our Founding
Fathers had many sexual
indiscretions. So maybe
what the voters are saying,
even in the GOP primaries,
is that they really do not
care what you do as long
as you have a bold plan
to reverse the course this
country is on, which 71% of
Americans dislike.
I believe the next
GOP debate will be on
"America's Top Chef,"
where all the candidates
will make a souffle.
Actually, the next debate
will be a Lincoln-Douglas
style format. And, like the
Lincoln-Douglas Debates,
no one will watch them on
TV Only the candidates'
gaffes will be played over
and over on TV amplified
by the pundits. I am not
really sure what the upside
of all of this is, other than it
seems to have allowed the
few long-shot candidates of
substance to rise to the top
and made them tougher
candidates. Obama will
have no record to run
on, but he does have $1
billion in stimulus money
kicked backed to him and
the media in his pocket.


He will be formidable.
He has also made more
purportedly "official" trips
to swing states than any of
his predecessors.
As the GOP candidates
bloody each others'
noses, Obama is avoiding
his beloved media. He
has held far fewer press
conferences than previous
presidents, even though he
knows he will get softball
questions from CBS,
NBC, ABC, PMS-NBC and
CNN. In fact, CNN's White
House correspondent
asked President Obama
a question about the
GOP candidates' view of
waterboarding: "So I'm
wondering if you think that
they're uninformed, out of
touch, or irresponsible?"
I guess CNN gave Obama
the three choices in case
his teleprompter was not
working.
After the "Cain Train"
got derailed, Herman Cain
has to be saying, "Let
me get this right: I get
blown out of the race for
alleged affairs and my GOP
support goes to Newt, the
guy with the most admitted
affairs." No wonder the
GOP loves "family values,"
since it seems to have a lot
of them.
Ron Hart is a
syndicated op-ed
humorist, award-winning
author and TV/radio
commentator Email Ron@
RonaldHart.com or visit
www.RonaldHart.com.


LETTERS TO THE EDITOR


Back to blue collar
roots

Pay Congress
minimum wage, room and
board, and tickets to fly
home.
We could elect better
people if we get blue
collar retired people
to run for Congress.
There is no way in hell,
they could screw it up
any more than what our
current group of college
graduates have done. You
can have all the college
degrees in the world, but
not a degree of common
sense.
The only things
Congress can make is
to mistakes and to make
themselves millionaires.
They are crooks.
They believe they have
an entitlement to take
anything they want.
Say no, to cuts in social


security.
Say no, to cut
medicare.
It just amaze
the wealthy wan
blue collar work
security benefits
they are collect
Actually it do
If the wealthy
the courage of tl
convictions they
not take any ben
the government
They have no
whatsoever.


Spirit of P

Tim Tebow is
ashamed of his fa
the Word of God.
when critics "cru
proving the Bible
The ilks of Mic
McCarthy, "Spor


Place for Touchy Topics"
;es in ("USA Today", Nov. 25)
are ignorant of "sold out"
s me that Christians. Because they
it to cut "live, move and have their
her's social being (in Christ) they
s while cannot but declare faith
ng theirs. in their Lord and Savior
es. Jesus Christ. It's the most
Shad natural thing to do.
heir McCarthy's against
would "obnoxious Hollywood
iefits from celebrities lecturing about
politics."
morals Religion and politics
make the world go 'round.
I love discussing both.
Joel Miller Some critics prove the
Milton, Fla. Bible true! They call it
foolishness. How does this
grab you? "Because the
foolishness of God is wiser
than men."
not Tebow knows "it
faith and pleased God by the
I love it foolishness of preaching to
icify" his save them that believe."
true. Tebow knows "to
chael us who are saved the
ts Not preaching of the Word of


God is the power of God,
while the preaching of the
Cross is to them that perish
foolishness."
That's why no man can
shut Tim's mouth.
Get this God knew
when Tim was named, he
would manifiest my favorite
promise, II Tim 1:7 "God
doesn't give His children
the spirit of fear but of
power, love, and a sound
mind."
The world needs more
Christians like Tebow,
hallelujah.
For years the media
suppressed black and white
athletes who gave God
the glory on TV for their
victories by not reporting it
in the newspapers, shame,
shame.
God bless you all as only
He can.


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Milton, Fla.


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Jennifer's Flea Market offers unique finds, friendly service


Advertorial by Obie Crain
Press Gazette Advertorial Writer

Jennifer's Flea Market
is the local industry
standard by which most
successful flea markets in
the area can be measured.
Bountiful, conveniently
located, and with an
abundance of quality
merchandise, it is classic
in that it has withstood
the test of time and the
scrutiny of cultivated
shoppers.
Located at 3100 Gulf
Beach Highway in West
Pensacola, Jennifer's
Flea Market has for
the past thirteen years
offered casual shoppers
the ultimate in antiques,
collectibles, and a wide
range of most anything
one might consider
available at a flea market
and more!
Jennifer Penna, who
owns and personally
oversees the day-to-day
operations of Jennifer's
Flea Market, says the
journey she's traveled
since opening all those
years ago has been a
labor of love. She says
she's fortunate to have a
business that brings her a
great deal of pleasure as
well as a living.


SPECIAL TO THE PRESS GAZETTE
Jennifer Penna, left, and her teen-aged daughter Autumn are each other's
greatest admirers. When you visit Jennifer's Flea Market at 3100 Gulf Beach
Highway in West Pensacola, you will more than likely meet them both and
observe for yourself not only the relationship they share with each other but how
remarkably capable Autumn has become under her mother's guidance. They will
both be looking for you to visit soon.


And it truly is a big
business operation. Over
the years, she has opened
flea markets in Pace and
Pea Ridge in Santa Rosa
County, but now the only
one operating is the Gulf
Beach Highway location
in West Pensacola. It's an
approximately two-acre
site formerly occupied by
the old Perdido Hardware.
"It's a wonderful place


to shop, and I hope that
all my friends and former
customers as well as those
who faithfully patronize
the Gulf Beach Highway
premises will continue
shopping here where
real antiques, isolated
treasures and valuable
collectibles are available
on a continuing basis."
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space and more than 150
vendors, offers literally
something for everyone.
With all the vendors now
on site, the flea market
is well stocked with an
almost endless variety of
quality merchandise with
more being added daily.
The vast area with
five buildings and more
under cover enjoys the
added feature of fenced-in
security, unlimited parking
and the convenience of
being accessible from
almost anywhere. And
as word spreads from
customer to customer
(as pleased and satisfied
customers usually do chat
among themselves about
how lucky they are) about
the quality and affordable
prices, pieces do not
tarry in the store for long.
"Prices are awesome, and
now that more people are
'discovering' our shop,
our vendors are enjoying
more business than ever,"
Jennifer said.
"Of course, we are


always mindful of those
who shop with us and use
every opportunity to give
something back to the
community whenever we
get the chance," Jennifer
continued. Whenever you
come in look for the coffee
pot, and you might see a
plate of cookies or some
other snacks to go with it.
It has always been a
tradition at Jennifer's Flea
Market to recognize and
celebrate the Christmas
season, and each year the
day after Thanksgiving
begins a Christmas open
house that generally lasts
through the Christmas
holidays. It's a great
place to shop for all your
Christmas gifts. You'll find
a great many one-of-a-kind
items, so you won't have
to be concerned about
someone else duplicating
your gift ideas.
And although
Christmas is traditionally
a "gift giving" occasion,
there are other holidays
and events, such as
weddings, anniversaries,
birthdays, or other special
times when giving a gift
is customary. And with
more than 150 vendors in
the flea market, there's
undoubtedly something
you will be pleased to
purchase for that special
someone or occasion.
Among the treasures
you will find under the
roofs of the several
buildings are such items
as dishes, dolls, baby
furniture, art (both
watercolors and oil
paintings), books (both
paperback and hard
covers), tapes, furniture,
lamps, clothing, baskets,
women's purses, vases,
sewing machines,
tricycles, bicycles, animal
cages and more. In fact, it
would be hardly feasible or
possible to name each and
every type of merchandise
that's available at
Jennifer's Flea Market.


You will just have to come
out and see for yourself
what treasures await your
browsing.
And family is especially
dear to Jennifer. She
takes great pride in her
"14-going-on-15"-year-old
daughter Autumn who
likewise takes great pride
in her mom. Jennifer
says she's a "wonderful
child" who brings a great
deal of love and laughter
into her life. Autumn is
also a bright child who
Jennifer says is capable of
taking over and running
the business if it were
necessary.
Of course it goes
without saying how proud
Jennifer is of her vendors
also. She says she's an
ethical business woman,
and each of her vendors is,
basically, an extension of
her name and reputation.
You will find everyone
associated with her to be
top-notch people who are
fair, friendly, and ethical
in their dealings with the
public. Jennifer is very
selective when it comes
to the people who offer
their merchandise at her
establishment.
Now that you know
where Jennifer's Flea
Market is, drive by
and visit. See what she
has to offer. There is
merchandise both inside
and out, but under cover,
and some of the antiques
will simply amaze you.
Jennifer's Flea Market
is open from 10 a.m. to
5 p.m. Monday through
Friday; 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Saturday; and 10 a.m. to
5 p.m. on Sundays. Come
see for yourself what
real antiques, isolated
treasures, and valuable
collectibles are available.
As a visitor, you will
be welcomed, and as a
customer, you will be
appreciated. After that you
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FWC REPORT


This report
represents some events
the FWC Northwest
Region handled from
Dec. 2 to Dec. 8;
however, it does not
include all actions taken
by the Division of Law
Enforcement.

Escambia County
Officers Royce
Johnson and Faris
Livesay filed charges
against three subjects
for the illegal taking
and possession of
deer. Four deer and
three firearms were
seized. One subject
was charged with three
counts of taking deer
with a firearm during
archery season, taking
over the bag limit of
deer, possession of
deer showing evidence
of being taken by
illegal method, and
possession of a firearm
by a convicted felon.
The subject's brother
was charged with four
counts of possession of
deer showing evidence
of being taken by illegal
method and one count
of attempting to take
deer with a firearm
during archery season.
A juvenile was charged
with one count of
attempting to take deer
with a firearm during
archery season.
Officer Gary
Ridaught was working
in the Escambia River
Wildlife Management
Area when he observed
a man leaving the area
just after dark. The man
had been hunting deer
with a shotgun during
archery season and had
not obtained any of the
required licenses. He
was issued a notice to
appear for attempting
to take deer with a


firearm during archery
season and a citation
for hunting without a
license. He was warned
for failing to obtain
a management area
permit, archery permit,
and deer permit.

Okaloosa County
Officer Ryan Nelson
was dispatched to an
individual fishing quota
(IFQ) commercial
fisheries vessel
inspection in the Destin
Harbor. Officer Nelson
arrived approximately
15 minutes prior to the
landing notification
given by the operator.
Officer Nelson observed
the vessel departing the
dockside and confirmed
the vessel had already
off-loaded their catch.
Officer Nelson notified
a National Marine
Fisheries agent of the
incident. The captain of
the commercial vessel
was cited for offloading
before the landing
notification.


Okaloosa
County cops
Officers Pete
Rockwell and James
Rockwell participated in
an outreach event at a
local high school. Their
presentation included
an FWC PowerPoint of
the SOG team in action
and the FWC recruiter
video. The officers
spoke on the duties and
responsibilities of an
FWC officer and how
to become an FWC
officer. They answered
numerous questions
from approximately 60
students.
Officer Andy Maltais
participated in an
outreach event for
the Army 7th Special
Forces Group. Officer
Maltais presented an
FWC PowerPoint on
Hunter Safety education
for approximately 15
soldiers. Officer Maltais
answered questions
regarding the duties and
responsibilities of an
FWC officer.


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Wednesday, December 14, 2011


Santa Rosa Boys and Girls Club gets Wal-Mart grant


Special to The Press Gazette

The Wal-Mart
Foundation has awarded
the Boys and Girls Club
of the Emerald Coast
(BGCEC) a $128,000
Florida State Giving
Program grant to provide
services to children in
Santa Rosa County.
The check will be
presented to BGCEC
representatives on
Thursday, Dec. 15, at
8:30 a.m. at the Milton-
Pace Walmart.
These funds will
be used to equip the
first Boys and Girls
Club in Santa Rosa
County, a 15,000 square
feet gymnasium and
classroom complex
located at East Milton


Park.
When the club
opens early next year,
it will offer nationally
recognized afterschool
programs to children
enrolled in kindergarten
through fifth grade.
"A small group of
dedicated volunteers
has been working to
make this club a reality
for more than a year
now," said CDR John
Hensel, a graduate
of Leadership Santa
Rosa and Commanding
Officer of VT-2 at NAS
Whiting Field. "The
support offered by the
Wal-Mart Foundation has
accelerated the process
and will facilitate opening
the club sooner than we
ever thought possible."


It wasn't until recently
that all the elements
of this program came
together.
"All the strategic
elements are coming
together," said Stephen
Williams, Store Manager
of the Milton-Pace
Walmart and also a
graduate of Leadership
Santa Rosa. "Through
the vision of past county
leaders, a great facility
awaits the opportunity
to serve area children.
Although an outstanding
structure, the building
will need outfitting and
customization to be an
effective and vibrant club
for kids."
The BGCEC's
mission is "to inspire
and empower all young


people and their families,
in partnership with
community, to achieve
their full potential to be
great."
Boys & Girls Clubs
provides a safe place to
learn and grow; ongoing
relationships with caring,
adult professionals; life-
enhancing programs and
character development
experiences; hope and
opportunity.
The BGCEC empowers
kids through proven
programs in academics,
healthy living, and good
character; currently
serving more than
1,800 youth ages 5-18 in
Escambia, Okaloosa,
and Walton Counties. In
time, the BGCEC plans
to open additional clubs


in multiple Santa Rosa
County communities.
With the help
of the State Giving
Program grant, BGCEC
representatives will
configure the current
East Milton facility
to meet the physical,
educational, and safety
needs of Boys and Girls
Club kids.
Equipment needs
include classroom
furniture, computers/
printers, communication
systems, food preparation
equipment, security
systems, musical
instruments, sports and
recreation equipment,
classroom materials,
office equipment, fencing,
playground equipment
and much more.


"We are optimistic the
momentum created by
the Wal-Mart grant will
encourage donors from
within Santa Rosa County
to commit additional fiscal
and in-kind donations to
the cause," said Hensel.
"As generous as the Wal-
Mart grant is, additional
support will be needed
from local sources to
ensure sustainability in
the years ahead; a local
fundraising campaign is
underway and any and all
donations are welcome."
Anyone interested
in making a donation
or pledge can contact
the BGCEC directly for
more information. Two
local donors have already
pledged $10,000 to club
operating budgets.


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Holiday Hero Blood Drive.
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CEO Don Doddridge
announced that Northwest
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division of Florida Blood
Services, is officially
the primary provider of
blood and blood products
to Baptist Health Care
effective Jan. 1.
"Employees and
administrative staff
welcomed the good news
of partnering with our
friends at Baptist once
again," said Dariotis.
Baptist Health
Care President/CEO
Al Stubblefield feels


the partnership with
Northwest Florida Blood
Services will enhance the
timeliness of procuring
blood at the local level
to meet the needs of our
patients and improving
the quality of life.
"We support the
partnership with
Northwest Florida Blood
Services as we continue
to give the highest quality
of care to our patients,"
Stubblefield said.
Northwest Florida
Blood Services will
provide blood to Baptist
Hospital, Gulf Breeze
Hospital, Jay Hospital
and Atmore Community
Hospital.
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Blood Services is the
primary provider of blood
to 26 hospitals across the
Florida Panhandle from
Pensacola to Panama
City including hospitals in
South Alabama.


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21 at the Baptist Medical
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Street and Avery Street
between 7 a.m. and 4 p.m.
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time donors are invited
to participate in the blood
drive. Each blood donor
receives a wellness check,
cholesterol screening and
will learn their blood type.
Blood donors will receive
a special T-shirt and will
be entered in a drawing to
win movie passes and gift
cards. Donors must weigh
110 pounds, present a
picture ID and be in good
health.
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donate at 16 years of age
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consent. Let's save lives
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25 sailors recognized at frocking ceremony


By Lt. j.g. Tim Mosso,
NAS Whiting Field
Public Affairs
Naval Air Station Whiting
Field recognized the
professional advancement
of 25 outstanding Sailors
at a frocking ceremony on
Wednesday, Nov. 23.
Base Commanding
Officer Capt. Matthew
Coughlin presented
each selectee with a
personalized frocking
letter and congratulations.
The frocking honor is a
Navy tradition whereby
the selectee is authorized
to assume the title,
professional responsibilities,
and wear the uniform of
the next rank prior to the
Sailor's formal promotion.
The Sailors are
authorized these privileges


in advance of formal
promotion on the basis
of superior performance
of duty and exhibition of
exemplary character.
Coughlin used the
occasion to acknowledge
the caliber of the honorees
and to implore each to
embrace the expanded role
each will play. Although
the frocking distinction
is granted in advance of
formal promotion, Coughlin
emphasized that the
obligations of elevated rank
became incumbent with
immediate effect.
He joined each Sailor
in a brief discussion of the
member's service at the air
station, and base Executive
Officer Cmdr. Jonathan
Lewis facilitated the awards
as presiding officer of the
ceremony.


Second Class Petty
Officers were frocked to
First Class, Third Class
Petty Officers were frocked
to Second Class and Airmen
were frocked to Third Class.
Sailors from NAS
Whiting Field who were
selected for advancement
to Petty Officer Third Class
included the following
members: Air Traffic
Controller Airman Darrah
Crow; Air Traffic Controller
Airman Daniel Flores; Air
Traffic Controller Airman
Charlotte Miller; Air Traffic
Controller Airman Noah
Onevathana.
Sailors who were
selected for advancement
to Petty Officer Second
Class included the following
members: Air Traffic
Controller Third Class
Jeffrey Wooten; Air Traffic


Controller Third Class
David VanMeter; Aircraft
Boatswain's Mate Third
Class Jeremy Robertson;
Aircraft Boatswain's Mate
Third Class Vince Pompa;
Aircraft Boatswain's Mate
Third Class Zachery Pickle;
Aircraft Boatswain's Mate
Third Class Zachary Nance;
Aircraft Boatswain's Mate
Third Class Brad Lovin.
Additional Sailors
who were selected for
advancement to Petty
Officer Second Class
included the following
members: Aircraft
Boatswain's Mate Third
Class Shawn Johnson;
Aircraft Boatswain's
Mate Third Class Alvinet
Johnson; Aircraft
Boatswain's Mate Third
Class Tyler Hulshizer;
Aircraft Boatswain's Mate


Third Class David Harrell;
Aircraft Boatswain's Mate
Third Class Benjamin
Goebeler; Aircraft
Boatswain's Mate Third
Class Dylan Forsyth;
Aircraft Boatswain's Mate
Third Class Brian Courey;
Aircraft Boatswain's Mate
Third Class Ogarry Clarke.
Clarke, who enjoyed
the double distinction of
promotion and recent
selection as NAS Whiting
Field Junior Sailor of the
Quarter for the Third
Quarter of 2011, derived
great satisfaction from the
occasion.
Sailors who were
selected for advancement
to Petty Officer First Class
included the following
members: Aircraft
Boatswain's Mate Second
Class Anthony Taylor;


Aircraft Boatswain's Mate
Second Class Korinne
Reese; Aircraft Boatswain's
Mate Second Class Johnny
Payanomendez; Aircraft
Boatswain's Mate Second
Class Roger Eagleson.
NAS Whiting Field
Command Master Chief
Rafael Rosado lauded the
Sailors but stressed that
looming DoD personnel
reductions should inspire
continuous efforts to excel.
"It takes a lot of hard
work and preparation to
be selected for promotion
and all of NAS Whiting
Field is proud of their
accomplishments. So we
congratulate them on
their success, and they
should enjoy it but it is
only one step in what we
hope will be long string of
accomplishments," he said.


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Pensacola as of press time.
Lewis was wanted for
three felony charges stem-
ming from an incident last
May when he went to a
party and pointed a gun at
a person's head.
Children were playing
on the front porch and were
shuffled into the garage
when witnesses saw the
gun.
The person being threat-
ened with the gun took it
from Lewis, and a fight
broke out between him and
Lewis.
The party host had
the gun behind his back
and pointed it down at the
ground until he was able
to pass the gun to a friend.
The friend emptied the bul-
lets from the weapon then
locked it in another vehi-
cle, according to the Santa
Rosa County Sheriff's ar-
rest report.
Following the incident,
Lewis was charged with
three felonies: second-de-
gree use or display of a
firearm during a felony;
third-degree aggravated
assault of a deadly weapon
without intent to kill; and


second-degree possession
of weapon or ammunition
by a convicted felon.
The heated gunfire be-
tween deputies and Lewis
ended, but not without wit-
nesses. Several bystanders
watched the task force op-
eration go down in the quiet
Milton neighborhood.
"I knew they were look-
ing for somebody early this
morning around 10 a.m.,"
said Lisa Douglas, who lives
two houses from where the
shooting happened. "I saw
two U.S. Marshals looking
around in the area, and
suddenly a subject came
from the home and started
shooting at the police, and
the police shot back."
Douglas described the
gunfire as lasting about 30
seconds and said it sound-
ed like a lot of firecrackers
going off.
Another resident who
heard the gunshots tried
to keep a bus from enter-
ing the neighborhood with
children aboard as the U.S.
Marshals were scoping out
the area.
"The bus driver pulled
up, and they (U.S. Mar-


shals) stopped him. I walked
out to help her turn the bus
around in my yard," said
Milton resident Paul Pugh.
"After the bus left, it was a
minute or less and I heard
25 to 50 shots ring out.
"I ducked behind a truck
and heard something hit
metal. I peeked around my
truck, and saw someone hit
the ground."
Pugh said he wasn't sure
who hit the ground.
Minister Roger Cun-
ningham, another resident
in the neighborhood, was
laying fresh concrete on his
driveway when he heard
the shooting.
"I had been coming out
here working on the drive-
way for four days, and noth-
ing seemed out of the ordi-
nary," Cunningham said.
That all changed when
he heard the gunshots ring
out near where he was
working.
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all of these shots ring out,"
Cunningham said. "Never in
one million years did I think
this would take place."
Jeff VanGestel, another
resident, allowed his 10-


year-old child, Ian, to walk
to his friend's house in the
same neighborhood just
minutes before the shoot-
ing and panicked when
the gunfire exchange took
place.
"My son had just gotten
off the bus, came home and
wanted to go to play with a
friend around the corner,"
VanGestel said. "And within
five minutes I heard the
gunshots. That freaked me
out."
VanGestel got in his
truck and went around the
corner and was relieved to
see his 10-year-old son on
his way back home.
"My friend wasn't there,
so I started back around
the corner home, and heard
the gunshots," Ian said. "It
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SHOPPING from page Al


James Robbins, the re-
gional service director for
the Waterfront Rescue
Mission who overlooks the
store on Avalon Boulevard.
"People just don't have the
money to spend whether
its discounted or not."
And it's not just the
economy, but bad timing
for the store, which is in
the center of a construc-
tion zone on Avalon Bou-
levard. Robbins said cus-
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up to him at the Avalon
store and tell him how
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return.
"We were doing well
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hard."
But the store isn't just
lacking shoppers, it's also
lacking donors.
Robbins said the Avalon
store is struggling to fill its
clothing, furniture and ap-
pliance departments. Most
of that is because more and
more people are hanging
onto their personal items
as the economy continues
to slump, Robbins said.


"We have seen an in-
crease in shoppers now
that it's the holidays ... but
some people can't afford
to even go used," Robbins
said.
Bob McCree, the as-
sistant manager at the Re-
store Habitat for Human-
ity Thrift store off of Elva
Street in Milton said it's not
just Robbins who is strug-
gling to retain customers
this holiday season.
"I think it's not as busy
as itwas last year," McCree
said. "I remember it being
a lot busier ... but it's re-
ally picking up from where
we were at last month."
McCree said his store
sells a lot of knick knack
items, but also furniture,
household items and ap-
pliances.
McCree, who has been
assistant manager at the
location for more than two
years, said he doesn't know
why business hasn't picked
up but said the economy
might have something to
do with it.
"There are more people
shopping for gifts now, but
not as many as I remem-
bered in years past," Mc-
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SPICE from page Al


Recently, the district
brought in a physician to
Gulf Breeze High school
and middle schools to talk
about the harmful effects
of the drug after a handful
of students were caught
high on the substance.
When a student gets
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"In most cases it can
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kill you," Carnley said.
Carnley said there is
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chemicals are in the spice
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which makes it a danger-
ous mix with children.
"You are buying a bag
of potpourri sprayed with
a chemical," Hinote said.
"It's sold as potpourri, but
it is not used in that fash-
ion."
Carnley said she want-
ed students and parents to
be aware of the drug that is
currently illegal to distrib-
ute and use in the state of
Florida.
"We're doing out best
to address the issue on
campuses," Carnley said.
"Its' a conundrum at this
point."


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Christmas comedy
and mystery play
Apostolic Lighthouse
Church in Navarre will
perform a Christmas
comedy and mystery
entitled "McCloud and
the Christmas Casper" on
Dec. 16 and Dec. 17 at 8
p.m. Apostolic Lighthouse
Church of Navarre is
located at 8177 East Bay
Boulevard in Navarre.


Olivet Baptist to
present annual
Christmas musical
Sunday Dec. 18, at 11
am, the Olivet Baptist
Church Sanctuary Choir
will present, "I'll Be
Home For Christmas."
Created by Sue C. Smith
and Russell Mauldin and
masterfully arranged
and orchestrated by
Russell Mauldin, they
have provided us with
a touching insight into
the spirit of the season
with a wonderful blend
of simple, but compelling
drama and memorable
songs.
This 35 minute musical
is a classic celebration
that will stir all who
attend with heartfelt
stories of Christmas.
Giving is what Christmas
is all about-God sending
His one and only Son as
a gift we did not deserve-
the free gift of salvation.
This captivating
retelling of the Christmas
story combined with
familiar classic songs
and hymns, narrated by
Brother Jim Fletcher,
make "I'll Be Home For


Christmas," the perfect
musical for our Milton
Community for 2011.

Bagdad UMC
Christmas cantata
The Bagdad United
Methodist Church choir
will present a Christmas
Cantata "Mary Did You
Know" on Dec. 18 at 6
p.m. Refreshments will
be served afterwards.
The community is invited
to come and experience
the true meaning of
Christmas through this
musical presentation.

55th Antiques show
and sale
Christ Church,
Pensacola will hold its
55th Antiques Show Feb.
3 through Feb. 5, 2012.
Twenty-two vendors from
as far away as Illinois
and Kentucky, North
and South Carolina and
across the Southeast. The
show will be held in the
Currin Center at Christ
Church at 14 W. Wright
St., Downtown Pensacola
from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.
on Friday and Saturday,
and from noon to 4 p.m.
on Sunday. Admission to
the Show will be charged:
$5 for one day or $7 for
all three days. With all
proceeds benefitting local
charities. Tickets for all
events may be purchased
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Dear Pastor Gallups, "I recently heard you say on your
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and Shia Muslims. You also claimed that Obama has a
personal stake in what is happening in the Middle East -
especially regarding Egypt and Libya. Could you please
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that thought that only Mohammed's direct bloodline ought
to carry on the leadership of Islam is known as the Shia
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their differences have led to war and much bloodshed.
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Shia nation in the world is Iran. Pakistan is the second
largest. Some Islamic nations are led by Sunni rulers but
with large Shia populations. This was true in Iraq with
Sadaam Hussein. The people of Iraq that he killed were
Shia Muslims. Gadaffi a Shia sympathizer led Libya,
which is made up of primarily a Sunni population.
Mubarak led Egypt. Mubarak was an "aristocratic Sunni"
and was considered out of touch with his mainline Sunni
population.
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radical Sunni uprising. Obama was raised in the Sunni tra-
ditions of Indonesia and Kenya. He has invested American
military intelligence, personnel, equipment, weapons and
supplies in aiding these uprisings much to the consterna-
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organization that has as its goal (since 1928) to destroy
Israel and all Jews. They aligned themselves with Hitler in
WWII. Mubarak had outlawed the M.B. in Egypt. Al-
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HARRIS from page A16


Corps was more important
and didn't think of my
family," Harris said. "I
would volunteer to do
whatever needed to be
done if it was Desert Storm,
Kosovo, or Beirut in 1983.
I did it because the Corps
was more important to me
than my family at that time.
"I lost touch with not
only my family, but my son
and I am doing something
I think he would have
enjoyed to reconnect with
him."
In preparation for the
race, Harris has gotten
a lot of stares from his
neighbors.
Rain or shine, hot or
cold you will find Harris on
Woodbrook Court training
by flipping tires (one of
which weighs 471 pounds),
hitting a 300-pound tire
with a 25 pound sledge
hammer, doing push ups,
carrying a log, carrying a
pair of kettle bells, or what
every he thinks he can do to
prepare for one of the most
challenging races in the
world.
"I am sure my neighbors
think I have lost my mind,
but that is fine with me,"
Harris said. "I am getting
ready for the race, but I am
not just going there for the
race."
The race itself, which
was created by serious
athletes and Royal Marines
according to its website, is
built to break the weak of
body and mind.
"This year a friend of
mine Paul (PJ) Roarke tried
the race but he had to drop
out after 26 hours with a
dislocated hip," Harris said.
"Paul was a mentor of mine
and someone I had gone to
war with and when I saw
PJ's article about the race I
thought of Chris.
"This was the kind of
race that I would have
wanted to run with my son.
He can't do it, but I still
can."
Harris, who is currently


a K-9 officer with the
Pensacola Police, is not
alone in this endeavor as
his daughter Courtney
Summerlin is preparing for
the race.
"They let her sign up for
half price," Harris joked.
"I have a feeling they are
going to use her against
me in some way, but that is
okay.
"I am up to the
challenge."
The challenge could
prove to be quite rough
as some of the events the
organizers have done in
the past include a five
hour hike through a cold
stream in waste deep where
competitors could succumb
to hypothermia, like Harris'
son did back in 2002 during
his March run or walk; hike
up a hill with a weighted
pack for five hours,
memorize a bible verse, and
repeat it to someone at the
bottom of the hill when they
come back down.
If they misquote it or get
any part of it wrong, it is
another five hours back up
the hill to try again.
"They really play mind
games with you in this,"
Harris said. "I have talked
to PJ and he said they will
take you to the extreme.
"There is a lot of sleep
depravation involved and
last year just a handful of
people completed the race
when they decided to end
it."
For Harris who recalls
training with a Marine
named Hans Marrero at


Paris Island, the only end he
will settle for is bringing his
son Chris home with him.
"Hans use to try to kill
us at every opportunity,"
Harris commented in the
essay he submitted to
participate in the event.
"It wasn't just hand to
hand combat, but physical
training as well.
"We did things like run
12 miles with an 'Alice'
pack and a forty pound
sandbag, wearing 16 ounce
boxing gloves and stopping
periodically to spar, was
not uncommon for us. And
when you thought it was
over he would train you for
another hour."
This extreme race ahead
for Harris might sound
new for him, but in this
race he relates some of the
experiences he expects to
his training and service as a
Marine.
"When we would be on
active assignment it would
be nothing to be on alert
or patrol weeks at a time
with only two or three hours
of sleep a night," Harris
recalled. "I am now getting
back into the swing of it
and looking forward to a
couple of 40 mile overnight
hikes and learning to use a
compass again."
Harris wants to get
the medal and respect for
completing a race many
never finish, but he will be
even happier connecting
with the son he lost touch
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Wednesday, December 14, 2011 www. srpressgazette. com Page 16


10 area players make Al


-Star squad


By Bill Gamblin
sports@srpressgazette.com
The Pensacola Sports Asso-
ciation (PSA) has released the
rosters for the 8th Annual Sub-
way High School All-Star Football
Game Presented by the Andrews
Institute, the official sports medi-
cine provider of the series, set for
Dec. 16 at Woodham Middle School
Stadium.
The game will include seniors
from Escambia, Santa Rosa, and
Okaloosa County and will feature
10 players representing Jay, Mil-
ton and Pace, while a total of 20
players will represent Santa Rosa
County overall.
Jay High School is being repre-
sented by seniors Sammy James
at wide receiver and Haden Mc-
Caskill at tight end. Milton has four
participants David Rich at running
back, Paul Young at wide receiver,
Ryan Lynn as a defensive lineman


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JAMES McCASKILL
and Bryce Simpson at defensive
back. Pace will be represented by
Patrick Maddox at wide receiver,
Michael Campbell on the offensive
line, Troy Gaoa on defensive line,
and Alex Brandt at linebacker.
Navarre, who has the most
players on the East roster with
six, will be represented by Dusty
Jones, Dwayne Carter, Brad
Leggett, Michael Hill, Virgillo
Hunter, and Marquis Hagewood,
while Gulf Breeze will be repre-
sented by four Dolphins, Max
McDaniel, Adam Enziam, Kyle


McGee, and Blake Meredith.
Pensacola High had the most
players on either squad as they
placed 14 seniors on the West All-
Star roster followed by West Flori-
da High with six seniors selected.
Baker High School's Matt
Brunson will lead the East All-
Stars, while for Pace assistant and
first year West Florida High head
coach Harry Lees will direct the
West All-Stars.
Coaches from the other respec-
tive high schools in the All-Star
area will assist their respective
head coaches.


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Tickets to the game are $7 and
$5 with a canned good. The PSA is
teaming with Manna Food Bank for
a canned good drive and is encour-
aging everyone to help families for
Christmas by bringing a canned
good item. Academy Sports and
Outdoors will be having a contest
for two lucky fans to win up to $200
in Academy gift cards.
The PSA is one of the oldest
sports associations/commissions
in the United States, beginning in
1954.
Today the PSA manages or as-
sists in numerous events a year


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throughout the
Escambia, Santa
Rosa, and Okaloo-
sa county areas.
Events include a
high school all-
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football, 5K-15K ALEX BRANDT
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triathlons, bicycle races, collegiate
national championships, and an-
nual awards and scholarships ban-
quets to name a few.
The PSA is dedicated to building
a better community through
sports.


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sports@srpressgazette.com played football and ran
track in high school n as
Pensacola Police found frozen to death
officer Bruce Harris is near the lake in the park
involved in the ultimate "I felt like we would
pursuit, not as a police reconnect one day,"
officer, but as a father said Harris who is a
in search of his son retired Marine senior
instead of a cop pursing a drill instructor from
suspect. Paris Island. "Now I a im
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preparing for the 2012 run and I can bring my
Spartan Death Race son home."
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of the three toughest never completed his riun
endurance races/ that March morning as
extreme challenges in temperatures dropped to
the nation. 60 below zero, Harris is
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Up and down hoops week concludes


By Bill Gamblin
sports@srpressgazette.com
Milton used a strong
opening quarter Saturday
to help put the brakes on
Pensacola Catholic in what
was an up and down hoops
week for area teams.
The Panthers (4-2) held
the Crusaders scoreless in
the first quarter and went
on to build a 32-17 halftime
team as they rolled way
despite Catholic outscor-
ing them 22-11 in the third
quarter.


Isaiah Jones led Mil-
ton with 19 points while
De'Michael McQueen and
Bobby Green chipped in 13
points each.
On Friday Milton defeat-
ed Tate 61-33.
The Panthers jumped
out to an early 20-9 lead
and never looked back as
they used a balanced offen-
sive attack of five players in
double figured.
Ryan Novaic and Jones
led Milton with 11 points
each, while McQueen, Hay-
len Washington and Da-


vid Tober finished with 10
points each.
Pace traveled to Na-
varre on Friday and lost
45-33.
Navarre jumped out to
20-14 lead by halftime and
pulled away in the second
half.
Deon Nelson led the
Patriots (0-5) with seven
points.
On Thursday Pace lost
to Pine Forest 54-40 at
home.
The Eagles took an ear-
ly 10-5 lead and held on to


put the game away in the
third quarter thanks to a
17-6 run.
Nelson led Pace with 10
points in the loss.
Freeport put Jay away
in the second half as the
Bulldogs won 53-46.
Jay fell to 2-4 on the year
despite 14 points from Todd
Laney and 12 points from
Tyler Prescott.
In girls action:
Milton's girls won at
home Saturday night over
Pensacola Catholic 26-20.


Catholic jumped out to a
10-3 lead in the first quarter,
but it was the Lady Panthers
erasing that margin in the
second quarter as they led
at halftime by one, 15-14.
Cierrah Jackson led
Milton with 13 points in the
victory.
Milton went cold in the
second half and lost to Gulf
Breeze on Thursday 34-30.
The Lady Panthers
jumped out to a 22-5 lead
at halftime, but managed
only eight points in the


second half.
Tianna Novacic led Mil-
ton with 12 points in the
loss.
Jay defeated Freeport in
girls action Friday 48-27.
Tessa Hendricks led the
Lady Royals with 12 points
while Hillary Hendricks
chipped in 10.
The Lady Royals (5-4)
jumped out to a 12-9 lead
and extended it to 25-9 by
intermission as the Lady
Bulldogs went cold from the
floor.


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B2 I Santa Rosa's Press Gazette Local Wednesday, December 14, 2011


Bear to blame for missing chickens?


By Mathew Pellegrino
mpellegrino@srpressgazette.com
An East Milton man
is saying bears are
responsible for wiping out
a chunk of his chicken flock
at his home off of Hickory
Hammock Road.
According to Werner
Panchenko, a bear has been
coming onto his property
and eating his chickens
over the past several
months. The chicken eater
has managed to gobble up
nearly 75 of his chickens,
which he relies on for eggs.
He contacted the
Florida Fish and Wildlife
Conservation office to
help with the problem, and
the FWC has since set up
bear traps on his property,
but have come up empty
handed.
According to Corey
Wigginton, a wildlife
assistance biologist with
the FWC, Panchenko told
an FWC officer about the
potential rouge bear on
Sept. 12 after he noticed a
fence near his chicken coup
had been torn down and
at least 16 of his chickens
had gone missing. "At that
point, he wasn't sure if it
was bear," Wigginton said.
"He has also claimed he
hears coyotes in the area,
so we weren't sure if it was
a bear."
Panchenko said he came
face-to-face with a bear
when he stepped outside
of his home in September
after hearing loud noises
coming from his six-acre
lot where he houses his
chickens.
"At about 2:30 a.m., I
came out with a pistol and
a flashlight and saw eyes
staring at me about as tall,
if not taller, than I am,"
Panchenko said. "We even
saw black hair caught in
some of the barbed wire the
next day."
Panchenko, who has
lived at his home in East


"The bear isn't dumb. He came in
around the traps and he still got some
ofthe chickens."

Werber Panchenko


Milton since 1976, said
his property, including his
chicken coups, have been
destroyed by the bear, and
he believes the bear is
bringing some companions
along with him/her.
"I think the bear has
some cubs with him,"
Panchenko said. "They have
caused a lot of damage for it
to be just one bear."
Almost a month after
Panchenko saw the bear,
two field biologists with
the FWC took a second
look at his property when
Panchenko called the
wildlife office claiming he
saw a bear eating a chicken
in a tree on his property.
"We got called out
again on Oct. 16, and he
(Panchenko) said the bear
had been back around
and he had more losses,"
Wigginton said.
Two days later, Wigginton
said FWC officials set up a
bear trap on Panchenko's
property and kept it on his
property on Geiger Road for
a week, but were unable to
catch the bear.
"Panchenko has seen
the bear," Wigginton said.
"None of our agents have
seen the bear."
Panchenko said he
remembered seeing the
bear eating the chicken
up in an oak tree on his
property that is close to the
rest stop on 1-10. The bear,
he said, has outsmarted the
FWC agents.
"The bear isn't dumb. He
came in around the traps
and he still got some of the
chickens." Panchenko said.
Wigginton said there
wasn't a weight estimate
in the accident reports


for the bear and that bear
sightings, especially in the
south end of the county and
around the military bases,
are not rare.
"They definitely are fairly
common," Wigginton said.
"Most of the reports from
Santa Rosa and Okaloosa
County are around Eglin
Air Force Base and Hulburt
Field (in Mary Esther).
"The Navarre area is
where a majority of the
reports come from."
Panchenko said this
wasn't the first time he has
had an encounter with a
bear on his property. He
said almost 10 years ago, a
bear came onto his property
and had a feast, but that it
only happened in a period
of a day.
"That one was a single
incident," Panchenko
said. "This is like going to
Kentucky Fried Chicken
and saying 'Can I get it to
go?'"
Wigginton said it isn't
unusual to see wild bears
around this time of the year
and that bears will travel for
dozens of miles to get a bite
to eat.
"The fall is when bears
feed the heaviest, trying
to bulk up for the winter
season," Wigginton said.
"We definitely see an
increase in bear activity
around this time of the
year."
Right now, Panchenko, a
former firefighter, said he is
looking to rebuild his coups
back stronger that before
in hopes that the bears
won't come back and eat the
remainder of his flock
"I'm going to have to
eat this one (loss) for now,"
Panchenko said.


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Sheriff's Office to offer Citizens

Law Enforcement Academy


Special to The Press Gazette
How much do you know about the
world of law enforcement? All too often,
a person's perception of law enforcement
is learned from crime-action television
shows or movies. Although these capti-
vate the public's imagination, they are
not always reality-based. Even those that
depict "real life" situations only reflect a
small portion of reality.
In view of this, the Santa Rosa County
Sheriff's Office wants to educate the local
citizenry about the internal structure of
today's policing agencies and the integral
part that community oriented policing is
playing in the county.
By attending the Citizens Law Enforce-
ment Academy, you will learn how to better
protect yourself from being a crime victim,
how to handcuff and fingerprint, how to re-
port crime and the ramifications of com-
mitting a crime. You will receive first-hand
knowledge on the organizational structure
of the sheriff's office, officer training, what
constitutes a crime, officer equipment and
how to differentiate between reasonable
suspicion and probable cause. You will


witness live demonstrations in the areas
of Special Weapons and Tactics and K-9
teams. You will see how a real crime scene
is handled and incriminating evidence is
collected. You will learn the "Shoot/Don't
Shoot" methodology, how to properly
handle firearms and experience what an
inmate's life is like behind bars.
The academy will be 6-9 p.m. Thurs-
days, Jan. 26 to April 12, at the Sheriff's
Office, 5755 E. Milton Road in Milton. The
free academy is open to residents age 18
or older. To register, call 983-1236 or visit
www.santarosasheriff.org to complete the
application.


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MVOP misdemeanor
violation of probation
FVOP felony violation of
probation
Agg aggravated
Poss possession
Meth methamphetamine
DUI driving under the
influence
DWLSR driving while
license suspended or revoked
FTA failure to appear
FTR failure to register
SF sentenced felony
SM sentenced
misdemeanor
LEO law enforcement
officer
DV Domestic Violence

The following arrests
were made beginning Nov.
17 through Nov. 27 2011.

Nov. 17
Blakeman IV Walter
William; Male; 31; 3324
Lowery Dr., Navarre;
Burglary Occupied Dwelling
Unarmed; Larceny Grand
Theft $300 Less Than
$5,000; Dealing In Stolen
Property; Fraud Illegal Use
of Credit Cards Use More
Than Two Times In Six
Months to Obtain Goods or
Money $100 or More.
Harris-Foster, Miranda
Lee; Female; 22; 1900
Diplomat St., Gulf Breeze;
Burglary Occupied Dwelling
Unarmed; Larceny Grand
Theft $300 Less Than
$5,000; Dealing In Stolen
Property.
Jones, Brian Timothy;
Male; 44; 335 Mason St.,
New Orleans; Larceny
Grand Theft $300 Less Than
$5,000.

Nov. 20
Baker, Christopher Ryan;
Male; 22; 4217 Sapphire
Lane, Pace; Aggravated
Assault With Deadly
Weapon Without Intent to
Kill; Burglary Dwelling,
Structure, or Conveyance
Unarmed; Larceny Grand
Theft $5,00 Less Than
$10,000.
Hoomes, Ellis Scott;
Male; 42; 4866 Green Rowell
Rd., Jay; Simple Assault
Intent Threat to do Violence
(2 counts); Assault On
Person 65 Years of Age or
Older, Battery On Person
65 Years of Age or Older,
Burglary With Assault or
Battery.
Kimmons, Ethan
Vaughn; Male; 21; 5117
Green Springs Dr., Milton;
Probation Violation Felony
or Commit Continual
Unknown Felony/
Misdemeanor/Juvenile Non
Criteria.
Mauldin, Brian Michael;
Male; 28; no address given;
Drug Possession Listed
Chemical With Intent To
Manufacture Controlled
Substance.
Nelson, Christopher
Shawn; Male; 35; 7200 Bogey
Lane, Milton; Possession
of Weapon or Ammo by
Convicted Florida Felon (2
counts).
Seltzer, Randall Morton;
Male; 43; 2056 Sundown
Dr., Gulf Breeze; Battery
Touch or Strike; Battery
Commit Domestic Battery
by Strangulation.
Stiny, Terry Dwayne;
Male; 52; 8131 Toledo St.,
Navarre; Felony Probation
Violation.
Heck, Jr., David Marlan;
Male; 36; 4941 Forest Creek
Dr., Pace; Drug Possession
Controlled Substance
Without Prescription
Including Meth.
Rogers, Amity
Brianne; Female; 32;
3215 Fernwood Dr., Gulf
Breeze; Nonmoving Traffic


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Violation Drive While
License Suspended Third of
Subsequence Offense.
Dibono, Nicole Marie;
Female; 27; 1954 Justice
Circle, Gulf Breeze; Dealing
In Stolen Property.
Butler Jr., John
Sylvester, Male; 50; 2256
Fulva Dr., Navarre; Traffic
Offense DUI Alcohol or
Drugs.
Elhoffer, Sarah Ann;
Female; 53; 8469 Deaton
Bridge Rd., Holt, Fla.;
Traffic Offense DUI
Alcohol or Drugs; Traffic
Offense Refuse to Submit
to DUI Test After License
Suspended.
Noa, Kristopher Wayne;
Male; 34; 3099 Red Fern Rd.,
Cantonment, Fla.; Traffic
Offense DUI Alcohol or
Drugs.
Travo, Donald James;
Male; 30; 9804 Emma Way,
Navarre; Traffic Offense
DUI Alcohol or Drugs.
Belcher, Basil Lynn;
Male; 31; 3109 Harper Dr.,
Navarre; Traffic Offense
DUI Alcohol or Drugs.

Nov. 21
Biggs, Dexter Darrell;
Male; 34; 4529 Darney
Rd., Jay; Battery Touch or
Strike (2 counts); Damage
Property Criminal Mischief
$200 and Under; Burglary
With Assault or Battery.
Burgin, Turner Elaine;
Female; 48; 5649 Gardenia
Ave., Milton; Failure to
Appear For Felony Offense.
Crawford, Tonya Renee;
Female; 44; 1446 Fix Croft
Loop, Columbus, Ga.; Fraud
Swindle Obtain Property
Under $20,000; Fraud
Impersonating Give False
Information To Obtain
Refund; Drug Possession
Controlled Substance
Without Prescription
Including Meth.
Hunt III, Thomas
Jefferson; Male; 47; 2131
Buckinham Dr., Pensacola;
Probation Violation Felony
or Commit Continual
Unknown Felony/
Misdemeanor/Juvenile Non
Criteria.
Joppa, Anthony James;
Male; 25; 8373 Calle Mio,
Navarre; Nonmoving
Traffic Violation Drive
While License Suspended
Habitual Offender.
Kelly Jr., Owen Michael;
Male; 19; 8141 Toledo
St., Navarre; Burglary
Unoccupied Conveyance
Unarmed.
Kimmons, Ethan
Vaughn; Male; 21; 5117
Green Springs Dr., Milton;
Probation Violation Felony
or Commit Continual
Unknown Felony/
Misdemeanor/Juvenile Non
Criteria.
Pittman, Richard Allan;
Male; 44; 4319 Kelley Dr.,
Milton; Simple Assault
(D/V) Intent Threat To Do
Violence; Damage Property
Criminal Mischief $200 And
Under; Burglary Occupied
Structure Unarmed; Resist
Officer Interfere With
Law Enforcement Officer
Without Violence.
Stewart, Brock Landon;
Male; 33; 4697 Hamilton
Bridge Rd., Pace; Probation
Violation Felony or Commit
Continual Unknown Felony/
Misdemeanor/Juvenile Non
Criteria.
Yarbrough, Tonya
Romona; Female; 43; 9929
Charlois Rd., Milton; Traffic
Offense DUI Alcohol or
Drugs.

Nov. 22
Brown, Christopher
Allen; Male; 32; 2214 Tom


St., Navarre; Dealing In
Stolen Property.
Guidroz, Reginald Keith;
Male; 50; 52 Cactus Rd.,
Mary Esther, Fla.; Larceny
Grand Theft $300 Less Than
$5,000.
Richardson, Allison
Lynne; Female; 29; 7480
Autumn Trace Blvd.,
Navarre; Larceny Grand
Theft $300 Less Than
$5,000; Dealing In Stolen
Property.
Ishie, Madison
Lee; Female; 13; 5797
Windermere Trace, Pace;
Assault On Person 65 Years
of Age or Older.

Nov. 27
Carnley, James Lewis;
Male; 44; 2950 Pine
Level Church Rd., Jay;
Aggravated Assault With
Deadly Weapon Without
Intent To Kill.
Chapman, Angela Marie;
Female; 36; 1720 Blakely
Ave., Pensacola; Cocaine
Possession; Marijuana
Possession Not More Than
20 Grams; Drug Equipment
And or Use.
Colvin, Kaila Michele;
Female; 20; 5379 Youpon St.,
Milton; Failure To Appear
For Felony Offense (2
counts).
Fisher, Steven
Christopher, Male; 27; 1900
Diplomat St., Gulf Breeze;
Dealing In Stolen Property.
Hanger, Chad Wallis;
Male; 23; 411 Gulf Dr.,
Birmingham, Ala.; Out of
State Fugitive From Justice.
Starnes, Aundrea Renea;
Female; 40; 4223 Bay Cedar
Lane, Pace; Battery (D/V)
Commit Felony Battery.
Hellums, Houston Tyler;
Male; 22; 2808 Whisper Pine
Dr., Gulf Breeze; Burglary
Unoccupied Conveyance
Unarmed; Larceny Petit
Theft Second Degree First
Offense.
Lacombe, Amanda Lee;
Female; 22; 8357 Calle Mio,
Navarre; Neglect Child
Without Great Harm.
Lebright, William
Raymond; Male; 40; 1391
Whisper Bay Blvd., Gulf
Breeze; Contempt of Court
Violation of Injunction
Protection Domestic
Violence; Obstructing
Justice Tampering In
Misdemeanor Proceeding.
Summers Jr., James
Anthony; Male; 32; 5417
Columbia Ave., Milton;
Battery (D/V) Touch or
Strike (2 counts); Battery
Felony Battery or Domestic
Battery by Strangulation;
Marijuana Possession Not
More Than 20 Grams; Drug
Equipment Possession
And or Use; Traffic Offense
DUI Alcohol or Drugs;
Nonmoving Traffic Violation
Drive While License
Suspended Habitual
Offender, Failure to Appear
For Misdemeanor Offense.
Trappman, David
William; Male; 21; 4367
Woodville Rd., Milton;
Aggravated Assault (D/
V) With Deadly Weapon
Without Intent To Kill.
Vidrine, Daryl Joseph;
Male; 32; 2184 Bergren
Dr., Gulf Breeze; Drug
Possession Controlled
Substance Without
Prescription Including
Meth; Drug Equipment
Possession And or Use;
Drug Possession Listed
Chemical For Manufacture
of Controlled Substance.
Brown Jr., Al Demitrius;
Male; 28; 1952 Everglades
Dr., Navarre; Probation
Violation Felony.
Atkins, Amanda Sue;
Female; 32; 6861 Roundup


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Lane, Milton; Traffic
Offense DUI Alcohol or
Drugs Third Violation
Within 10 Years.
Brown Jr., Al Demitrius;
Male; 28; Traffic Offense
DUI Alcohol or Drugs;
Nonmoving Traffic Violation
Drive While License
Suspended Habitual
Offender, Resist Officer
Obstruct Without Violence;
Drug Possession Controlled
Substance Without
Prescription Including
Meth.
Burton, Timothy Scott;
Male; 48; 5330 Ernie Newton
Dr., Milton; Damage
Property Criminal Mischief
Over $200 Under $1,000;
Burglary Unoccupied
Structure Unarmed;
Larceny Grand Theft $300
Less Than $5,000.
Deffley, Richard Steven;
Male; 36; 6191 Alicia
Dr., Pensacola; Traffic
Offense DUI Alcohol or
Drugs; Resist Officer Flee
Elude Law Enforcement
Officer With Lights and
Siren Active; Dangerous
Drugs Possession, Buy,
Sell or Transfer Harmful
Chemicals.
Hagan, Julie Diane;
Female; 39; 5436 Millstone
Circle, Milton; Drugs
Health or Safety Possession
Harmful New Legend
Drug Without Prescription;
Larceny Petit Theft Second
Degree First Offense; Fraud
Impersonation Attempt to
Use Identifiation of Another
Person Without Consent.
Jimenez, Tommy
Augusto; Male; 30; 1201
Seminole Blvd., Largo,
Fla.; Nonmoving Traffic
Violation Drive While
License Suspended Third or
Subsequent Offense.
Johnson, Aaron Neil;
Male; 33; 5721 Perth Ct.,
Milton; Damage Property
Criminal Mischief $200 And
Under; Larceny Grand
Theft $300 Less Than $5,000.
Kimmons, Tonya
Michelle; Female; 32; 4237
Elvis Presley Dr., Milton;
Failure To Appear For
Felony Offense.
Lopez, Garcia Miguel;
Male; 36; 224 Broussar St.,
Pensacola; Nonmoving


Traffic Violation Operate
Motor Vehicle Without
Valid License; Possess
Counterfeited Drivers
License Or ID Card.
Massey III, Lonnie Joe;
Male; 16; 6019 Anderson
Lane, Milton; Probation
Violation Felony or Commit
Continual Unknown Felony/
Misdemeanor/Juvenile Non
Criteria.
Piwowarczyk, Ronald
Lee; Male; 45; 214 Bee
Hole Rd., Loudon, N.H.;
Traffic Offense DUI
Alcohol or Drugs; Traffic
Offense Refuse to Submit
to DUI Test After License
Suspended; Resist Officer
Flee or Elude Law
Enforcement Officer With
Lights and Siren Active;
Aggravated Battery on
Officer, Firefighter, EMT,
etc. (2 counts).
Snyder, Amanda Sue;
Female; 34; 3105 Grady
Tolbert Rd., Navarre; Drug
Possession Controlled
Substance Without
Prescription Including
Meth.
Vaughn, Jody Truce;
Male; 37; 5460 Munson
Highway, Milton;
Nonmoving Traffic Violation
Drive While License
Suspended Habitual
Offender, Battery (D/V)
Touch or Strike.
Walbert, Cory Andrew;
Male; 25; 1982 Prado St.,
Navarre; Nonmoving
Traffic Violation Drive
While License Suspended
Habitual Offender.
Wease, Spencer
Stanhope; Male; 17; 4632
Gunter Rd., Milton; Drug
Equipment Possession
And or Use; Probation
Violation Felony or Commit
Continual Unknown Felony/
Misdemeanor/Juvenile Non
Criteria.
Welch, Tavarus Donnel;
Male; 40; Marijuana
Possession Over 20
Grams; Drug Equipment
Possession And or Use.
White, Johnathan
Dwayne; Male; 23; 4971
Nichols Creek Rd., Milton;
Moving Traffic Violation
Reckless Drive Damage
Person or Property;
Aggravated Battery Commit


Aggravated Battery.
Norris, Jeremy Lee;
Male; 23; 4350 Pine Villa
Circle, Pace; Dealing In
Stolen Property (2 counts).
Norris, Debra Lyn;
Female; 49; 4350 Pine Villa
Circle, Pace; Dealing In
Stolen Property (2 counts).
Jackson, Brittany Nicole;
Female; 23; 2056 Bella
Breeze Ct., Navarre; Grand
Theft; Fraud-Swindle.
Summers Jr, James
Anthony; Male; 32; 5417
Columbia Ave., Milton;
Traffic Offense DUI Alcohol
or Drugs.
Atkins, Amanda Sue;
Female; 32; 6861 Roundup
Lane, Milton; Traffic
Offense DUI Alcohol or
Drugs Third Offense
Within 10 Years.
Brown Jr., Al Demitrius;
Male; 28; 1952 Everglades
Dr., Navarre; Traffic
Offense DUI Alcohol or
Drugs.
Butler, Ashley Tanay;
Female; 27; 5107 Keystone
Dr., Gulf Breeze; Traffic
Offense DUI Alcohol or
Drugs.
Deffley, Richard Steven;
Male; 38; 6191 Alicia Dr.,
Pensacola; Traffic Offense
DUO Alcohol or Drugs.
Harville, Walter Donald;
Male; 75; 4395 Garcon Point
Rd., Milton; Traffic Offense
DUI and Damage Property.
Kulina, Peter Thomas;
Male; 27; 804 Largo Dr.,
Pensacola Beach; Traffic
Offense DUI Alcohol or
Drugs.
Piwowarczyk, Ronald
Lee; Male; 45; 214 Bee
Hole Rd., Loudon, N.H.;
Traffic Offense DUI
Alcohol or Drugs; Traffic
Offense Refuse to Submit
to DUI Test After License
Suspended.
Rick, Tracy Ann;
Female; 26; 1371 Sterling
Point Dr., Gulf Breeze;
Traffic Offense DUI Alcohol
or Drugs.
Scott, Kenneth Shawn;
Male; 41; 2116 Levi
Castleberry Rd., Pace;
Traffic Offense DUI
Alcohol or Drugs; Traffic
Offense Refuse to Submit
to DUI Test After License
Suspended.


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Wednesday, December 14, 2011


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City of Milton meetings
The Milton City Council
will meet in Executive
Session on Jan. 3 at 4 p.m. in
the Council Chambers.
Milton City Council will
meet in regular session
on Jan. 10 at 5 p.m. in the
Council Chambers.
For more information,
contact the city manager's
office at 983-5411. All
meetings are open to the
public.

TEAM Santa Rosa
meetings:
The Finance Committee
of TEAM Santa Rosa will
meet Wednesday, Dec. 14,
at 9 a.m. at the Workforce
Escarosa Administrative
Office, 9111 Sturdevant
St., Suite A Pensacola. For
more information you call
623-0174.
The Executive
Committee of TEAM Santa
Rosa will meet Thursday,
Dec. 15, at 1:30 p.m. at the
TEAM Santa Rosa EDC,
6491 Caroline St. in Milton.
For more information, call
623-0174.

Santa Fly-In at Peter
Prince Airport
You are invited to see
Santa on Saturday at the
Peter Prince Airport in
East Milton at the Santa
Fly-In. This is a free event
sponsored by the Aviation
Exploring Post No. 421 and
AMS Flight School from
10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Santa is


expected to arrive at noon.
All kids 10 and under will
get a present from Santa.
Also, there will be pictures
with Santa in front of an
airplane, hot chocolate,
cider, cookies, a Marine
Toys for Tots drop off
location, bouncy house, hay
rack rides, airplane rides
and much more. For more
information, call 623-4151.

Bagdad Elementary
3rd Annual Toy Drive
In 2010, the Bagdad
Elementary Toy Drive for
the holidays was a great
success! We hope to get
everyone involved again,
including the students and
the community! All you have
to do is bring in any new toy
to the school between now
and Dec. 16.
All toys collected will go
directly to students in need
at Bagdad Elementary.
Please join our efforts as
we share in the season
of giving. If you have any
questions, please contact
Autumn Wright, Guidance
Counselor at 983-5680 ext. 1.

Milton Trash Collection
Dates
Trash collection
schedules will change due
to the upcoming holidays.
The changes are as
follows:
The week of Dec. 19 23
Monday and Tuesday will
be picked up as scheduled
Thursday's route will be
picked up on Wednesday


Dec.21
Friday's route will be
picked up on Thursday Dec.
22
The week of Dec. 26 30
Monday's route will be
picked up Dec. 27
Tuesday's route will be
picked up on Dec. 28
Thursday and Friday's
route will be picked up as
scheduled
The week of Jan. 2 6
Monday's route will be
picked up on Jan. 3
Tuesday's route will be
picked up on Jan. 4
Thursday and Friday
route will be picked up as
scheduled.

Santa Rosa Bay Bridge
Authority Meeting
The Santa Rosa
Bay Bridge Authority
Meeting is scheduled for
Wednesday Dec. 14, in the
Florida Department of
Transportation (FDOT)
Conference Room C, at 5:30
p.m. located at 6025 Old
Bagdad Highway Milton.
For further information, call
(850) 981-2718. Please use
rear entrance.

Kiwanis Club
Poinsettia Sale
The Kiwanis Club
of Santa Rosa Sunrise
is having its annual
poinsettia sale through
the month of December.
Each red poinsettia plant
is double-stemmed with
eight blooms and sells for
$10. Proceeds will support


various community projects
sponsored by the club
throughout the year. Orders
can be placed by contacting
a Kiwanis club member of
calling 623-4048, 723-3540,
983-7391, 983-1337, or 982-
7204.
The Kiwanis Club of
Santa Rosa Sunrise meets
each Wednesday at 7 a.m.
at Tanglewood Golf Club in
Milton.

Elks HOOP SHOOT
Returns Dec. 17
The Pensacola Beach
Elks Lodge is proud to
announce the return of
the National Hoop Shoot
Contest to Santa Rosa
County. Invitations have
been sent to all Santa Rosa
County elementary and
middle schools to have their
Hoop Shoot teams ready for
this years contest to be held
Dec. 17, at Gulf Breeze High
School gym.
Each school will
hold their on contest to
determine which boys and
girls will represent their
school in each of the three
age groups (8-9, 10-11, 12-
13) in the girls and boys
division. Each team will go
head to head at the local
contest on Dec. 17.
The winners will form
the Pensacola Beach
Elks entry in the District
contest also held at Gulf
Breeze High School Gym on
Jan. 14,2012. The District
contest will host teams from
Elks lodges in Warrington,
Navarre, Crestview, Destin,


Tri City and Pensacola
Beach.
The District winners
move on to the State North
Regional in Live Oak
on Jan. 28. The winners
continue on to the State
Championship in Umatilla
on Feb. 18. State winners
next go to the National
Southeast Regional in
Valdosta on March 17, and
the winners go to Nationals
at the Basketball Hall of
Fame in Springfield, Mass.
on April 27-28.
National winners have
their name added to the
Elks Hoop Shoot winner's
plaque in the Basketball
Hall of Fame
There is NO COST to
any of the participants the
Elks pick up the cost of
travel, food, and lodging for
all participants and their
families.

Capstone Academy
Meeting
The Capstone Academy
Milton Campus Charter
School Board of Directors
will meet at noon on Dec.
20 at United Cerebral Palsy
of Northwest Florida, 2912
North E St. in Pensacola.
The meeting is open
to the public. For more
information, call 432-1596.

NWF State College
Spring Registration
and Holiday Hours
Registration is currently
in progress at Northwest


Florida State College for
Spring Term classes that
begin Jan. 9 and March 2.
Individuals may enroll in-
person at all seven NWFSC
locations now to Dec. 15 and
Jan. 3-17. Online application
for admission, enrollment,
fee payment and textbook
purchase is ongoing and
available throughout the
holiday break on the college
website at www.nwfsc.edu.
All seven college locations
will re-open Jan. 3 at 8 a.m.
for all in-person college
services. Expanded Spring
term registration hours
from Jan. 3-17 are 8 a.m. to
6 p.m. Monday to Thursday
and 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. at
all college sites except
Eglin and Hurlburt, which
maintain standard business
hours of 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
For information, contact
the NWFSC campus
nearest you at: Niceville:
729-6922; Fort Walton
Beach: 863-6500; Crestview:
200-4141; DeFiniak Springs:
200-4100; South Walton
200-4160; Eglin 200-4180; or
Hurlburt: 200-4190.
Al-Anon meetings
Al-Anon meets every
Tuesday at 7:30 p.m. in the
portable behind Woodbine
United Methodist Church.
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meeting at St. Rose of Lima
Church every Friday at
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Khendal Fennell, Grace
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Alana Nwosu, Faith Phillips,
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Porsha Goldsmith, Faith
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Tatianna Edwards, Kyle
Flores, Mallory Garza, Levi
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Kyaira Pihs, Cheyanna
Gober, Seth Hemphill, Dane
Stephens, Peyton Wheeler,
Ali Wilcox, Haley Bobe,
Carson Clark Brayden
Jeter, Jade McWhorter,
Mark Musser, Hailey Shaw,


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Hansard, Mallory Mclver,
Hayden Smith, Austin
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James Burns, Trace Dykes,
Victoria Hayden, Landon
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Sarah Perry, Colin Snyder,
Taliyah Baker, Allissa
Boyette-Lowry, Jack
Hartley, Cody Spicer, Julia
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Tyler Juneau, Claudia
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Ambree Horan, Serenity
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Jaden Moore, Destiny Petty,
Alexiah Wildes, Sydney
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Meagan Dixon, Lee Loomis,
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BAGDAD ELEMENTARY HONOR ROLL


TOP DOGS (All A's/
E's in academics and
special areas)
First grade
Jerard Gilmore, David
Acuff Morgan Broaddus,
Scarlett Henderson, Emma
Kennedy, Ellenor Klingler,
Nate Maret, Alyssa Cork,
Carson Culpepper, Madeline
Currin, Michael Griffin,
Sophia Owens, Kyndra
Parker, Kaitlyn Thomas,
Joshua Wise, Ashton Brill,
Hayes Densman, Jermaine
Gilmore, Faith Harris, Allie
Merritt and Kelci Parish
Second grade
Emily Blalock, Autumn
Crews, Maddy Mayhair,
Mason Kellner and Blakely
Tyer
Third grade
Jerry Figueroa, Jaidyn
Williams, Paxton Duesing,
Desmond Kennedy,
Hunter Crews, Corey
Loper, Hannah Mack,
Avri Anderson, Brianna
Hawthorne, Cameron
Mattutat and Tyler Raben.
Fourth grade
Luke Justice, Nathan
Seebeck, Corbin Tillery,
Beth Blair, Samantha Tice,
Noah Wingate, Sydney
Bates, K'yana Dixon,
Brianna Dodgen, Aaron
Pritzakau, Lauren Slade
and Alissa Welch.
Fifth grade
Tayyab Mughal, Gregory
Park, Kassidy Young, Noah
Wessel, Brian Simione,
Christian Bates and
Demahijea Slack
AllA's (Academics)
First grade
Lola Hovell, Colin
Harden, Patrick Paterson,
Landon Richard, Cody
Deutsch, Chase Kennedy,
Alexis Kilpatrick and Emma
Owens.
Second grade
Audrey Shortall
Third grade
Makayla Mandel, Colin
Johnson and Ethan Eibe.
A/B First Grade
Jonathan Acuff Jada
Ammons, Trey Blackburn,
Da'Kia Collins, Brandon
Lewis, Caitlyn Lochridge,


Aubrey Pugh, Haleigh
Schreiner, Adrianna Scott,
Jasmine Williams, Lauren
Welch, Sean Drummond,
Miguel Castaneda,
Cameron Gauthier, Aidan
Gregory, Ariana Hamilton,
Zoe Hix, Oakleigh McCrory,
Arianna Baker, Owen
Barnhill, Jerry Bowman,
Jaielys Figueroa, Jewel
Hornick, Isaiah Jackson,
Jamison Salter, Nico
Gibson, Baylen Grimsley,
Esabella Laterza, Zachary
Vallon, Kyla Vicente and
Camren Zackowski.
2nd Grade
Karson Tiniacos, Xavier
Sledge, Amyah Parker,
Christian Martinez, Billie
Jo Labossiere, Virginia
Ferguson, Aiden Edwards,
Katie Andrews, Taegan
Smith, Ashlynn Shuler,
Dalton Porter, Ryan Nance,
Zaylin Long, Nathaniel
Lewis, Aaron Kelley,
Rileigh Cork, Trevor Elkins,
Caroline Harp, Lindsey
Castor, Payton Green, Kyani
Jones, Nocolas McCloskey,
Emily Montgomery and
Adriaunna Morgan.
3rd Grade
Demahdrian Slack,
Nolan Benware, Jordan
Brignano, Chris Haag,
Taylor Lyons, Cam
Wolfenden, Sage Strickland,
Jasper Bates, Zachary
Blalock, Taylor Maret,
Donovan Hosbein, Camron
Andrews, Paxton Boothe,
Jasmine Babcock, Joey
Bennett, Parker Bowen,
Houston McDonald,
Morgan Simpson and Tyler
Sawyer.
4th Grade
Savannah Allen, Gabe
Kasper, Kaitlynn Lowe,
Justin Pennell, Abigail
Richburg, Jade Sager,
Moshai Washington, Shane
Brill, Talor Callender,
Joshua Gaudio, Tayvion
Jones, Tara Mercy, Nia
Parker, Hailey Patterson,
Te'Myrrah Simmons, Nick
Jensen, Carlos Lopez,
Bryton Mason, Grace Riley,
Dionna Samuel, Austin
Shuler, Madelyn Wallace,
Austin Babb, Gage Brown,
Michael Drummond, Jacob


Gilliand, Kamron Grimsley
and Shelby Smith.
5th Grade
Jasmyne Bates,
Xzavier Bolden, Cortnie
Holley, Ashelynn Jackson,
Savannah Jenkins, Justin
McGinniss, Chris Melvin,
Skyler Wells, Brooklyn
Williams, Skyler Amos,
Spencer Gable, Jason
Schmidt, Tyler Stokes,
Selena Gray and Arianna
Conroy.

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Lily Babcock, Daegan
Callahan, Hunter
Christopher, Aedyn
Hamilton, Shannaon
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Ammons, Jerard Gilmore,
Ladarrious Johnson,
Riley Rutherford, Haleigh
Schreiner, Adrianna Scott,
Ayana Abdul-Aziz, David
Acuff Morgan Broaddus,
Aidan Gregory, Ariana
Hamilton, Zoe Hix, Emma
Kennedy, Ellenor Klingler,
Patrick Patterson, Arianna
Baker, Jerry Bowman,
Jewel Hornick, Sophia
Owens, Kaitlyn Thomas,
Faith Harris, Chase
Kennedy, Alexis Kilpatrick,
Emma Owens, Kyla Vicente
and Camren Zackowski.
Second Grade
Aaron Kelley, Nathaniel
Lewis, Ryan Nance,
Taegan Smith, Katie
Andrews, Maddy Mayhair,
Mason Kellner, Desmond
Johnson, Zyan Briggs,
Tylor Busby, Payton
Green, Nathen Holland,
Zavian Johnson, Emily
Montgomery, Adriaunna
Morgan, Rileigh Cork, Will
Fitzpatrick, Caroline Harp,
Ethan Schoenbeck, Audrey
Shortall, Kaile Thomas,
Genesis Williams, Autumn
Crews, Ethen Holland,
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REMEMBER WHEN...?
SANTA ROSA COUNTY FEDERAL

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Local


Wednesday, December 14, 2011


HOBBS MIDDLE SCHOOL HONOR ROLL


All-A Sixth Grade
Nathan Bell, Haley Bonoyer,
Nicole Courey, Barry Cowart,
Jade Finch, Rylee Fitzgerald,
Kelsie Greene, Gwendolyn
Gregory, Hayley Henderson,
Nicholas Hensel, Kelsey Hodges,
Logan Holcomb, Angel Hunt,
Spencer Hutchinson, Reagan
Hyde, Patrick Kiley, Alexa
Lambert, Danny Lin, Mariah
Mack, MacKenzie Maloney, Beau
Martin, Heather O'Connor, Natalie
O'Donnell, Joseph Pool, Hannah
Powers, Madison Salter, Brittany
Tassin, Misty Thomson, Damion
Tuller, AlyssaTurner, Andrea
Weekley, Daniel Welch, and Sarah
Wertz.
All-A Seventh Grade
Caleb Akins, Tristan Anderson,
Mallory Bramel, Shelby Browder,
Nicholas Carlson, Micala Cobb,
Elizabeth Coy, Brody Craft,
Stephen Davis, Austin Dewise,
Derek Ebbighausen, Roland
Frigon, Alexis Gillman, Garrett
Hale, Jordan Harris, Mason
Harris, Balinda Helms, Travis
Hudson, Justin Karis, Ciera Kass,
Erin Kassebaum, Jessica Leleux,
Emily Lin, McKinsey Locklin,
Micheal Lollis, Mry Martin, Olivia
McCreless, Jeremy Newman,
Erin O'Connor, Angel Parks.
Josiah Pool, Justin Raley, Gena


Robey, Melissa Scott, Austin
Thomas, Brittany Thomas,
Leah Thornton, Chance Tucker,
Keith Waitman, Becky Ward,
Brianna Washington, and Ashlyn
Williamson..
All-A Eighth Grade
Justin Barr, Jakobi Bell,
Mariah Bortolin, Timothy
Boucher, Allison Brewer, Lauren
Bridgman, Mary Britton, Nicolas
Burch, Dominique Cale, Kaleb
Campbell, Lavontreal Carter,
Angel Clark, Sarah Clifton, Sarah
Courey Scarlet Covington, Chloe
Dawson, Andrew Durbin, Cristina
Fletcher, Kobi Floyd, Taylor Forte,
Timothy Frazier, Hannah Green,
Justin Larson, Brenna McAnally,
Olivia McLaughlin, Leacy Paul,
Summer Pitts, Katelynn Powers,
Edward Ramos, Elizabeth
Raybon, Christian Reed, Alexia
Stewart, Cameron Thomas,
Karlyn Waters, Laura Williamson,
Mikaela Worley, Benjamin Wright,
and Alex Yates.
AB Sixth Grade
Tori Barnes, Joshua Bastin,
Emily Belcher, Keanan Black,
Jazmine Brandenburg, Sierra
Breen, Chandler Brown, Myah
Burch, Jakob Burt, Rachel
Campbell, MacKenzie Carter,
Morgan Christ, Taylor Collins,
Kathryn Cork, Lauren Croft,


Garrett Delezen, James Dupre,
Sophie Eberhard, Azlee Faircloth,
Cheree' Faulk, Sophia Filios,
Michayla Galloway, Gabriel
Gourdine, Tiffany Graham,
Sydney Grimsley, Darian Haines,
Rylan Hencye, Triston Holland,
Breanna Hutcheson, Lorelei
Hutchinson, Brittney Kennedy,
Kayla Kirby, Taylor Krasnosky,
Jacob Lundquist, Zander Majors,
Mollie Maloy, Nathan Matteson,
Alex Merritt, Mitchell Michener,
Rantayshia Mitchell, Sydney
Moore, Michael Mullen, Hayley
Nall, Lillie Pierce, Aubrey Pollard,
William Ray, Kassidy Reed,
Connor Saint, Kimberly Sanders,
Morgan Shirley, Jeffrey Shuster,
Jonathan Small, Bryce Smith,
Jorge Sosa-Pineda, Demetrius
Spencer, Mikayla Taxacher,
Danielle Taylor, Rachel Thomas,
Aiyana Thompson, William Tice,
Hunter Tremaine, Hannah Tyczki,
Christopher Wade, Alyvia Waite,
Decon Waters, James White,
Patrick Wilkins, and Austin Young.
AB Seventh Grade
Katie Adkison, Kindred
Akins, Chase Andrew, Noah
Birmingham, Tanner Blackburn,
Akiya Bradley, Abigail Brown,
Joshae Brown, Kara Brown,
Malorie Buehler, Alexis Byrd,
Damien Carnesi, William


Carothers, Catalina Chiappardi,
Jacob Coleman, Stephanie
Colvill, Charles Combs, Jaclyn
Costanzo, Haley Council, Lindsay
Dorminey, Dillon Doyle, Brandon
Eisenacher, Logan Elliott, Alexis
Fitzgerald, Caleb Fones, Amber
Gilley, Mikayla Gooden, Emily
Gora, Colton Gergott, Brandon
Hernandez, Gabrielle Hobbs,
David Holmes, Brion Holmes,
Haley Jena, Evan Jensen, Jacob
Jones, Ashlee Kirton, Savannah
Knuston, Alexandra Lund,
MacKenzie Lunsford, Seth Martin,
Ashley McCormick, Austin McCoy,
Asia McQuade, Natasha Moffett,
Kaelyn Nance, Hunter Nicholas,
Alyssa Orman, Megan Pedraza-
Jordan, Klayton Phinney, Nicholas
Pietsch, Isabella Potate, Hayley
Presley, Trae Reynolds, Stephenie
Rosenbarker, Jason Sandidge,
Justin Scott, Skyler Scott, Veto
Seina, Anthony Selmon, Alia
Shannon, Brandon Smith,
Timothy Snow, Jordan Stansbury,
Patrick Stephenson, Dayton
Sylvester, Destine Taylor, Jonathin
Tedder, Alexus Turner, Vanderbilt
Vallianos, Angela Wade, Cassidy
Waller, Kieron Wenig, and Emma
Wright.
AB Eighth Grade
Julie Borden, Clayton Brewer,
Ashlie Bridgman, Richard


Brooks, Chase Riley Brown,
Leanna Callander, Christopher
Cardenas, Kellie Carter, Mary-
Cathryn Cavazos, Kristopher
Cinotto, Alicen Collum, Ashlynne
Davis, Scott Drueppel, Shannon
Durbin, Amber Durrence,
Kailyn Edmonson, Tyler
Evans, Tiffany Farrow, Garreth
Ferguson, Zachary Fowler,
Cody Gandy, Michelle Gaudio,
Dustin Goodwin, Ronald Green,
Christian Herlehy, Angelic Hillis,
Belle Hopkins, Berkley Johnson,
Corey Jones, Devante' Jones,
James Jones, Brooke Kozell,
Johney Lo, Brandon Long,
Brian Lopez, Aaron Luckey,
Kaitlyn McGhee, Devin Mendez,
Chase Miller, Taylor Moreland,
Jamilah Muhammad, Haleigh
O'Neill, Hannah Obcena, Sierra
Patterson, Tyler Peterson, Cody
Price, Paul Raught, Skyler Reed,
Ashlyn Rhodes, Andrew Ruffini,
Jordan Ruocco, Nakiya Russell,
Kameron Rust, Jordan Schmidt,
Kevin Schulte, Brent Shuler, Kyle
Siegwarth, Brett Simpson, Erin
Sledge, Benjamin Thames, Alexis
Thorpe, Morgan Tusler, Nikolaos
Tzagakis, Logan Vonada, Kaitlin
Weatherly, Brady White, Justin
White, Kelsey White, Rayne
Wiedemann, and Noah Williams.


AVALON MIDDLE SCHOOL HONOR ROLL


All-A- Sixth Grade
Brandon Ard, Marisol
Baduya, Jason Barlow,
Benjamin Bowen, Brittany
Brown, Ellen Burbank,
Meghan Cordron,
Alexander Davis, Haley
Delcher, Valerie Devito,
Korri Edwards, Megan
Hatch, Madison Hicks,
Michael Hoffman, Laurel
Hutto, Brittany Kalfus,
Logan Laird, Cameron
Lisenby, William Lloyd,
Justin Locklear, Zachary
McPherson, Leah Miller,
Bryan Moses, Jonathan
Moses, Zachary Nelson,
Erin Nolan, Raeanna
Nolasco, Mason Norwood,
Jessica Oplo, Brandon
Pollock, Savannah Priddy,
Karmen Proffitt, Caleb
Ramsay, Kaitlyn Steele,
Simeon Thies, Elisabeth
Wales, Emilee White and
Caleb Whitworth.


All-A- Seventh Grade
Tyler Davey, Frank
Dinkins, Cassidie Hanson,
Tyler Jackson, Hunter
Lenga, Scott Marshman,
Danielle McLaughlin,
Rachel Nation, Deana
Reagin, William Rodgers,
Christopher Roller,
Blake Russell, Kyle
Sartalamacchia, Zachary
Shoen, Garrett Sult,
Christian Vandyke, and
Benjamin Williams.
All-A- Eighth Grade
Mary Ashford,
Alexandria Bly, Annabeth
Briggs, Elaine Coleman,
Christopher Davis, Caitlyn
Edwards, Shenette Embrey,
Amanda Gillespie, Joseph
Herring, Mimi Huynh,
Michelle Lapak, Cortney
Lowe, Nicholas Paciaroni,
Javaris Pinkney, Max
Quaranta, Matthew Riley,
Garrett Smith, Ayeonna


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AB- Sixth Grade
Dalton Adams, Seth
Addington, Christian
Allen, Matthew Avila,
Emmanuel Ayala, tyler
Barrett, Rebecca Bonner,
Lauryn Boykin, Anthony
Brazwell, Baileigh Bremke,
Treasure Brown, Nicholas
Burr, Jacob Caddell,
james Castagna, Ammon
Colvin, Cierra Cotto, Jered
Cowley, Haylee Denison,
Montana Donegan,
Madison Dowden, Selena
Eichman, Valentina Elliott,
Skyler English, Zackary
Forehand, Hailee French,
Meghan Gomillion, Breanna
Gonzales, Bailee Green,
Tayler Green, Lyndee Hale,
Brittany Harrison, D'Asia
Hendrick, Hayle Howell,
Christopher Jacks, Taylor
James, Kaitlyn Johnson,
Lonnie Johnson, Brandon


Jones, Kaleb Jones, Mia
Jones, Amanda Kimmons,
Kaylee Kowalski, Alyssa
Lampitoc, Mersadez Lowe,
Brittney Maloney, William
Martin, Jordan Midencey,
Tristan Miller, Caleb
Mincks, Joshua Moore,
Calista Munnings, Troy
Newton, Kieran O'Dell,
Elizaeth Oneill, Iliana
Ontiveros, Seth Osborrne,
Melanie Parker, Zhacariah
Parkerson, Destiny
Ramsay, Hannah Ramsay,
Jacob Randell, Bradley
Robinson, Andrew Sallee,
Katherine Scott, Chase
Selman, Dylan Selman,
Brianna Slatter, Sarah
Smith, Tiffany Smith, Olivia
Starkie, Amanda Stockton,
Courtney Stokes, Talon
Stone, Juan Tangarife,
Megan Townsend, Kendall
trease, Shannon Turley,
Victoria Turner, Amanda
Tyson, William Wallace,


Preston Watson, Amanda
Wheeler, Selena Whittle,
Alicia Williams and Maria
Zapata.

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Addison Adkins,
Barragan Barajas, Tyler
Bennett, Cody Bowes,
Randall Boyd, Ryan
Bracey, Samuel Browning,
Steven Clark, Da'Ishah
Collie, Faren Corley,
Hannah Delmarco, Kayla
Demarcus, Maleesa
Despain, Cheyanne Diehl,
Juanita Easterwood,
Andrew Eisenzimme,
Ladarian Embrey, Richard
Fisher, Jonathan Gibson,
Chloe Goodale, Noah Hawk,
Cierra Hedrick, Christian
Helm, Kyla Hesters, Jesse
Holland, Alessandria Holley,
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11/966

IN THE CIRCUIT
COURT FOR SANTA
ROSA COUNTY FLOR-
IDA
CIVIL ACTION
CASE NO.
2011-CA-000589

REGIONS BANK,
Plaintiff,
v.

PETER J. BABCOCK,
TENANT #1 and TEN-
ANT #2, representing
tenants in possession,
Defendants.

NOTICE OF SALE

Notice is hereby given
that, pursuant to a Final
Summary Judgment,
entered in the
above-styled cause on
November 17, 2011, in
the Circuit Court of
Santa Rosa County,
Florida, the Clerk of
Santa Rosa County will
sell the property situ-
ated in Santa Rosa
County, Florida, de-
scribed as:

Description of Mort-
gaged and Personal
Property

Lot 4, Block A,
WINDRUN SUBDIVI-
SION, a subdivision of
a portion of Section 32,
Township 2 North,
Range 29 West, ac-
cording to the plat
thereof recorded at Plat
Book "D", Page 20, in
the Public Records of
Santa Rosa County,
Florida.

The street address of
which is 5721 Windrun
Lace, Pace, Florida
32571.

at a Public Sale, the
Clerk shall sell the
property to the highest
bidder, for cash, except
as set forth hereinafter,
on January 11, 2012, at
11:00 a.m. (Central
Time) at the north Front
Door of Santa Rosa
County Courthouse,
6865 Caroline Street,
Milton, Florida 32570,
in accordance with
Chapter 45, Florida
Statutes.

Dated: November 18,
2011.

Any person claiming an
interest in the surplus
from the sale, if any,
other than the property
owner, as of the date of
the Lis Pendens, must
file a claim within 60
days after the sale.

Mary M. Johnson
Clerk of the Circuit
Court
Santa Rosa County,
Florida
CIRCUIT COURT SEAL
By: A. Watson
Deputy Clerk

12/14 & 12/21
11/966

11/968

IN THE CIRCUIT
COURT OF THE FIRST
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN
AND FOR SANTA
ROSA COUNTY FLOR-
IDA
Case No.: 11-2007-DR
Division:

LEUNDREA T GILES,
Petitioner

and

KILKENNY K. GILES,
Respondent.

NOTICE OF ACTION
FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE

TO: KILKENNY K.
GILES
1157 Webster Drive,
Pensacola, FL 32505

YOU ARE NOTIFIED
that an action has been
issued against you and
that you are required to
serve a copy of your
written defenses, if any,
to it on Leundrea
Giles/Marshall F Moll,
Jr., whose address is
348 Miracle Strip Park-
way SW. Suite 12. Fort
Walton Beach, FL
32548 on or before De-
cember 27, 2011, and
file the original with the
clerk of this Court at
PO. Box 472, Milton,
FL 32572, before serv-
ice on Plaintiff's attor-
ney or immediately



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2011.

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SAN FRANCISCO (AP) Even if you
love to shop, it can be a pain this
time of year. Stores are crowded, gift
options seem endless and it's hard to
determine if you're getting the best
prices.
If you have a smartphone, though,
there's a simple solution: Apps.
There are tons of mobile apps to help
you save time and cash this holiday
season. Most of them are cheap or
free.
I tried several apps meant to ease
holiday shopping frustrations and
found a bunch that make the task
easier and a few that make it more
fun.
*Price Check by Amazon and
RedLaser (free, available for iPhone
and Android) With these two apps
on my phone, I felt like a low-price-
finding machine. Both let you search
for items by typing in the name or by
scanning a barcode. With Price Check,
you can also search for items with your
voice or by taking a photo of things like
books and DVDs.
*RedLaser, owned by eBay Inc.,
is great for finding items online and
in nearby bricks-and-mortar stores.
I found myself checking prices on
everything from watches to collapsible
water bottles, sometimes just for the
heck of it. I used it at a local Sur La
Table cookware store to compare
prices on a set of water glasses before
buying them, and was pleased to see
the $19.99 price was lower than at
some online retailers and a nearby
Bloomingdales department store.
RedLaser also includes a handy
feature for making simple shopping
lists, and a history feature that records
all the items you've looked up, so you
can go back and find things later on.
Price Check's layout is slightly
more attractive than RedLaser's,
though it's limited to the Web since it
gives online-only results from Amazon.
com and companies that sell through
Amazon.com Inc.
I really like the way Price Check
displays search results, with the
product at the top of the screen and


An Associated Press
reporter demonstrates
an app for shopping on
her smartphone, in San
Francisco. If you're trying
to save cash and time this
holiday season, a slew of
smartphone apps can help.


three tabs that let you quickly scroll
through prices, a description and user
reviews. And if I found an item's price
was lower online than in the store, it
would be simple to buy it through the
app.
The best part about Price Check
is the abundance of product reviews
(the same ones you see when you go
on Amazon.com or use the Amazon
Mobile app). They're indispensable
for looking up potential gifts and
helping me think twice before making
purchases.
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clothing sizes. The app's "Occasions"
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birthdays, and a "Shopping" tab helps
you track gifts you plan to buy.
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occasion with a different color, which
makes it easy to spot them on the
app's built-in calendar, and you can
choose when and how often you want
to be notified about upcoming events.
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from snooping at your list.
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game, where you get real-world
rewards for going to local stores. If
you hate shopping, this can make a
painful activity more fun. If you adore
shopping, the app may be harmful to
your wallet.
The app shows a list of nearby
stores, each of which you get a
certain number of "kicks," or points,
for visiting. Click on a listed store
and you can see available deals and
opportunities to pick up more kicks
(if I stopped at a local Best Buy, for
example, I could get 75 kicks for
scanning photos of three different GPS
devices). You can also link your Visa
debit or credit card to your shopkick
account so you'll automatically get
points for certain purchases. Collect
enough "kicks" and you can get
rewards such as gift certificates to
Target or Best Buy.
I quickly got sucked into visiting
as many nearby stores as possible,
including some I rarely enter, simply
so I could rack up more points.
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several items for myself fleece
pajama pants at Old Navy, a white
sake bottle and matching cups at
Crate & Barrel even though I was


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and the purchase date (if you want to
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track of. And if you want to back up
some old e-receipts with the service,
just forward them there yourself.
You can use preset labels like
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details to your receipts, or add your
own. I made a "gift" label to identify
holiday items and was happy to see I
could also view them by category.
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Vegan restaurants find success downplaying ingredients


MIAMI (AP) When vegan
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opened a satellite shop in
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wasn't a virtue. The shop's teal
signs touting their dairy- and egg-
free treats proved too much for the
mostly middle American, indulgent
vacationers passing by.
"It was more of a repellant,"
said owner Erin McKenna. "People
were just walking away."
Within a few days, the scary 'v'
word on the sign was made much
smaller. And soon, unsuspecting
walk-in customers were gushing
over agave sweetened vanilla
cupcakes with lemon frosting and
chocolate whoopie pies, unaware
they were made sans eggs, milk
and butter.
McKenna took the same
approach when she opened her
New York bakery in 2005, letting
the desserts, rather than the vegan
message, speak for themselves.
"I didn't want people to
automatically write us
off and not come in,"
said McKenna, who
also has a bakery
in Los Angeles.
"I was confident
the stuff I was
making was
good enough to
compete with other
stuff on the market."
Celebrity vegans
like Lea Michele and
Alicia Silverstone might
help boost the lifestyle as a sexy
new food trend, but for many
Americans veganism remains
a turn-off, conjuring images of
political zealots, hippie lentil loaves
and hockey puck pastries.
It's one reason vegan
restaurants and bakeries are
increasingly finding success by
downplaying what they don't
include on the menu.
But vegan
1ood also has
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York vegan eatery, serving
Moroccan spiced chickpea cake
with red pepper-coconut curry and
date-apricot-ginger chutney.
It doesn't matter if it's vegan
so long as it tastes amazing,
said Harry Balzer, chief industry
analyst for The NPD Group, a
consumer marketing research
firm. Marketing a delicious cake
or promoting that your restaurant
offers the most diverse flavors will
grow a business, not hocking them
as vegan.
When Ann Gentry opened Real
Food Daily in Santa Monica, Calif.,
nearly 20 years ago, the menu
advertised its offerings as organic
vegetarian, even though everything
they served actually was vegan.
Vegetarians generally avoid meat,
but will consume dairy and eggs.
"Nobody was using the word
'vegan,'" Gentry said.
When she opened a
second restaurant in
West Hollywood five
years later, the sign
boldly showcased
"organic vegan
cuisine."
"I came out
and said it, and
really it didn't
change anything,"
said Gentry, who is
expanding to another
location at Los Angeles
International Airport and is
refurbishing the West Hollywood
storefront. Gentry is considering
dropping the vegan tag because the
restaurant name "says it all, and
we have a reputation and we don't
have to justify who we are.
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upon a Las Vegas bakery with
decadent looking sweets in glass
cases. But she assumed few, if any
of the options would be dairy-free.
"There was no sign that
noted anything at all about the v
word," said Newkirk, who happily
discovered many desserts at the
Red Velvet Cafe were vegan and
promptly devoured some tiramisu.
"I don't hold it against
businesses who are trying not only
to sell to the choir ... but are trying
to sell to ultra-conservatives that
are hesitant ever to try Ethiopian
food or a samosa or a vegan
anything because that's not what
they're used to," NewKirk said.
Ronald's Donuts in Las Vegas
serves a mix of regular and vegan
doughnuts, but doesn't advertise
the vegan options. The eatery,
which opened nearly 20 years ago,
has developed a cult-like following
in the vegan community.
"We've developed a lot of vegan
customers. They come from
everywhere, out of country, out
of town," said Janie Kang, whose
husband owns the restaurant.
Christopher's Kitchen in
South Florida reworked classics
like barbecue flatbread with
caramelized onions, thyme,
avocado, red pepper, creamy nut
"ricotta" and hunza raisins are
popular. The zen-decorated eatery
is perfect for the ladies-who-
lunch crowd in ritzy Palm Beach
Gardens and is a favorite of tennis
stars Venus and Serena Williams.
And chef Christopher Slawson
is about to open an upscale
restaurant in South Beach. He
said lux decor, perfect plating and
exceptional service are just as
important as what is in the food.
"When you're trying to
influence people to consider a
different lifestyle you
S1ha1\e to recall. put


/Celebrities help


establish vegan diet


NEW YORK (AP) -Walk
into Pure Food and Wine
on Manhattan's chic Irving
Place and back into its
spacious, luxurious garden,
and you might spot actress
Katie Holmes. Or Alec
Baldwin.
Or football player
Tom Brady. Or radio host
Howard Stern. Or Bill
Clinton and daughter
Chelsea. Or any number
of Wall Street


chef and put vegan options
in all his resort restaurants.
Of all the high-profile
vegans, though, Clinton
is the biggest "catch."
Advocates were thrilled
and stunned when he
talked about it on CNN
last year, telling host Wolf
Blitzer that his impressive,
24-pound weight loss was
because of a largely plant-
based diet a regime he
believes will


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sight. Its upscale
clientele is a mix of vegans,
vegetarians and just plain
foodies, but clearly a sign of
how the image of veganism
has changed in recent
years.
Call them the big-time
vegans: The celebrity
standard-bearers for a
vegan lifestyle aren't just
wispy young actresses.
They include talk-show
host Ellen DeGeneres,
along with wife Portia de
Rossi. Or men like Ozzy
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The question is, of
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having an influence," said
advocate Joseph Connelly,
editor and publisher of
VegNews.
The Vegetarian
Resource Group, a
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eggs, either. Strict
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vegetarians seems
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codirector of the group.
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up," Stahler said. "It
comes from different
angles the public
campaigns of animal rights
groups, the emergence
of the health rationale,
the environmental
movement." There is also
the issue of supply more
vegan options available in
supermarkets all the time.
"There are a lot of ways
that people come to it,"
said Ronnen.
"It's no longer seen
as a diet of hummus and
alfalfa sprouts on some
really dry healthy bread,"
he said. "It's not hippies
preaching peace and love.
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| 1100
11/966

IN THE CIRCUIT
COURT FOR SANTA
ROSA COUNTY FLOR-
IDA
CIVIL ACTION
CASE NO.
2011-CA-000589

REGIONS BANK,
Plaintiff,
v.

PETER J. BABCOCK,
TENANT #1 and TEN-
ANT #2, representing
tenants in possession,
Defendants.

NOTICE OF SALE

Notice is hereby given
that, pursuant to a Final
Summary Judgment,
entered in the
above-styled cause on
November 17, 2011, in
the Circuit Court of
Santa Rosa County,
Florida, the Clerk of
Santa Rosa County will
sell the property situ-
ated in Santa Rosa
County, Florida, de-
scribed as:

Description of Mort-
gaged and Personal
Property

Lot 4, Block A,
WINDRUN SUBDIVI-
SION, a subdivision of
a portion of Section 32,
Township 2 North,
Range 29 West, ac-
cording to the plat
thereof recorded at Plat
Book "D", Page 20, in
the Public Records of
Santa Rosa County,
Florida.

The street address of
which is 5721 Windrun
Lace, Pace, Florida
32571.

at a Public Sale, the
Clerk shall sell the
property to the highest
bidder, for cash, except
as set forth hereinafter,
on January 11, 2012, at
11:00 a.m. (Central
Time) at the north Front
Door of Santa Rosa
County Courthouse,
6865 Caroline Street,
Milton, Florida 32570,
in accordance with
Chapter 45, Florida
Statutes.

Dated: November 18,
2011.

Any person claiming an
interest in the surplus
from the sale, if any,
other than the property
owner, as of the date of
the Lis Pendens, must
file a claim within 60
days after the sale.

Mary M. Johnson
Clerk of the Circuit
Court
Santa Rosa County,
Florida
CIRCUIT COURT SEAL
By: A. Watson
Deputy Clerk

12/14 & 12/21
11/966

11/968

IN THE CIRCUIT
COURT OF THE FIRST
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN
AND FOR SANTA
ROSA COUNTY FLOR-
IDA
Case No.: 11-2007-DR
Division:

LEUNDREA T. GILES,
Petitioner

and

KILKENNY K. GILES,
Respondent.

NOTICE OF ACTION
FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE

TO: KILKENNY K.
GILES
1157 Webster Drive,
Pensacola, FL 32505

YOU ARE NOTIFIED
that an action has been
issued against you and
that you are required to
serve a copy of your
written defenses, if any,
to it on Leundrea
Giles/Marshall F Moll,
Jr., whose address is
348 Miracle Strip Park-
way SW. Suite 12. Fort
Walton Beach, FL
32548 on or before De-
cember 27, 2011, and
file the original with the
clerk of this Court at
P.O. Box 472, Milton,
FL 32572, before serv-
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You must keep the
Clerk of the Circuit
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(You may file Notice of
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proved Family Law
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Dated: November 22,
2011.

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46 54


JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN
AND FOR SANTA
ROSA COUNTY, FLOR-
IDA
Case No.: 11-2007-DR
Dlvlslon:

LEUNDREA T GILES,
Petitioner

and

KILKENNY K. GILES,
Respondent.

NOTICE OF ACTION
FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE

TO: KILKENNY K.
GILES
1157 Webster Drive,
Pensacola, FL 32505

YOU ARE NOTIFIED
that an action has been
Issued against you and
that you are required to
serve a copy of your
written defenses, I any,
to It on Leundrea
GllesiMarshall F Moll,
Jr., whose address Is
348 Miracle Strip Park-
way SW. Suite 12. Fort
Walton Beach, FL
32548 on or before De-
cember 27, 2011, and
file the original with the
clerk of this Court at
PO. Box 472, Mllton,
FL 32572, before serv-
Ice on Plaintiff's attor-
ney or Immediately




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111966
IN THE CIRCUIT
COURT FOR SANTA
ROSA COUNTY, FLOR-
IDA
CIVIL ACTION
CASE NO.
2011-CA-000589
REGIONS BANK,
Plalntlf,
PETER J. BABCOCK,
TENANT #1 and TEN-
ANT #2, representing
tenants In possession,
Defendants.
NOTICE OF SALE
Notice Is hereby given
that, pursuant to a Final
Summary Judgment,
entered In the
above-styled cause on
November 17, 2011, In
the Circuit Court of
Santa Rosa County,
Florida, the Clerk of
Santa Rosa County will
sell the property situ-
ated In Santa Rosa
County, Florida, de-
scribed as:
Description of Mort-
gaged and Personal
Property
Lot 4, Block A,
WINDRUN SUBDIVI-
SION, a subdlvlslon of
a portion of Section 32,
Townshlp 2 North,
Range 29 West, ac-
cording to the plat
thereof recorded at Flat
Book "D", Page 20, In
the Public Records of
Santa Rosa County,
Florida.
The street address of
which Is 5721 Wlndrun
Lace, Pace, Flonda
32571.
at a Public Sale, the
Clerk shall sell the
property to the highest
bidder, for cash, except
as set forth hereinafter,
on January 11, 2012, at
11:00 a.m. (Central
Time) at the north Front
Door of Santa Rosa
County Courthouse,
6865 Caroline Street,
Mllton, Florida 32570,
In accordance with
Chapter 45, Flonda
Statutes.
Dated: November 18,
2011.
Any person claiming an
Interest In the surplus
from the sale, If any,
other than the property
owner as of the date of
the Lls Pendens, must
file a claim within 60
days after the sale.

Mary M. Johnson
Clerk of the Circuit
Court
Santa Rosa County,
Florida
CIRCUIT COURT SEAL
By: A. Watson
Deputy Clerk

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I linens, lots of misc. ,
"bL;.Mv" I hnenso, lots of misc.


STo avoid possible
I scams, it is recom-n
amended that con-
sumers should verify
Caller information
When receiving calls
Regarding credit card
payments. Consum-
Sers should also con-
mtact the local com-I
1pany themselves in-
stead of giving this
I information to indl-I
Ividuals who are
Contacting them dl-i
rectly.
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1120
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4130
Driver: Dry & Refriger-
ated. Single source dis-
patch. No tractor older
than 3 years. Daily Pay!
Various hometime op-
tions! CDL-A, 3 months
current OTR experi-
ence. (800)414-9569.
www.dnveknight.com

Drivers: Run GA, AL,
MS, TN & FL HOME
WEEKENDS, Earn Up
to 390/mi, 1 yr OTR
Flatbed exp. Call:
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PORT, LLC
(800)572-5489 ext. 227









BUSINESS& FINANCIAL
5100 Business
Opportunities
5110- Money to Lend




YOU CAN BE AN EN-
TREPRENEUR
We'll show you how.
Start part-time with
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new career in financial
services. Instruction
provided. For more in-
formation call Margarita
at 850-626-7188.



5110
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on TV$ Injury Lawsuit
Dragging? Need
$500-$500,000++within
48/hrs? Low rates AP-
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6100- Business/
Commercial
8110 Apartments
6120 Beach Rentals
6130- Condo/Tfwnhouse
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


6170
2 Br/ 1 Ba with
sunroom on corner lot.
East Gate Mobile
Home Ranch 626-8973


6110
Publisher's
Notice

All real estate advertis-
ing in this newspaper is
subject to the Fair
Housing Act which
makes it illegal to ad-
vertise any preference,
lmltatlon or discrimina-
tion based on race,
color, religion, sex,
handicap, familial status
or national origin, or an
intention, to make any
such preference, limita-
tion or discrimination"
Familial status includes
children under the age
of 18 living with parents
or legal custodians,
pregnant women and
people securing cus-
tody of children under
18.
This newspaper will not
knowingly accept any
advertising for real es-
tate which is in violation
of the law. Our readers
are hereby informed
that all dwellings adver-
tised in this newspaper
are available on a equal
opportunity basis. To
complain of discrimina-
tion call HUD toll-free at
1-800-669-9777. The
toll-free number for the
hearing impaired is
1-800-927-9275.



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6140
3 Bd/1 Ba, CH&A, car-
pet, blinds, stove,
fridge, Large fenced
yard. No Pets. $600
month $350 deposit.
623-5981

THE ONLY
UTTER
YOUR CAT
SHOULD
EVER HAVE





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Your land or

family land is

all you need

to buy

a new home.

Call

850-682-3344


Airlines are hiring.
Train for hands on Avi-
ation Maintenance Ca-
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program. Financial aid
if qualified Housing
available CALL Aviation
Institute of Mainte-
nance (877)741-9260

ALLIED HEALTH ca-
reer training-Attend col-
lege 100% online. Job
placement assistance.
Computer available. Fi-
nancial Aid if qualified.
SCHEV certified. Call
(800)48 1 9409
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com
Earn College Degree
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*Business, *Criminal
Justice. Job placement
assistance. Computer
available. Financial Aid
if qualified. SCHEV cer-
tified. Call (866) 467-
0054 www.
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6140
Avalon Brk 3 BR/2BA,
New Paint, Carpet, fire-
place, fenced back-
yard, storage, near
schools. $750mth
+dep. 983-6400
Milton
3 bd, 1 ba, utility room,
central heat & cooling.
No dogs. 6125 Patricia
Ave. $595. month, $450
dep. 748-1819


S 6170



Clean 2 br/1 ba, partly
furn. $350 mth/$300
dep. & 14x70 2 br/2 ba
$450 mth/$300 dep
Water & garbage inc.
No Pets. 675-6614
Milton (Bruce Lane)
Incl. water, garbage &
lawn service. 2/2 for
$450 month. 2/2 for
$350 month. Senior
Discount. 261-8193 or
698-4582
The Cadillac of mobile
homes. 16 X 83, 3 bed/
2bath. Garden tub, etc.
East Gate Mobile
Home Ranch. 626-8973


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Earn College Degree
Online. *Medical,
*Business, *Criminal
Justice. Job placement
assistance. Computer
available. Financial Aid
if qualified. SCHEV cer-
tified. Call
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Heat & Air Jobs,
Ready to work? 3 week
accelerated program.
Hands on environment.
Nationwide certifica-
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Placement Assistance!
(877)359-1690




J&N
LAWN SERVICE
Complete Lawn Service
& Debris Removal
Call For Free Estimate
Very Reasonable Price
Licensed & Insured
850-791-0861


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Girlish: abbr.
Bedouin cloak
Presidential nix
He carries on for Carson
Begin's Camp David
partner
Mineral
"Annie Get Your "
Iced-tea flavoring
Wool cap
Expanse
_ Joaquin
Director Clair
Sign, on the Seine
Esteemed
Snug bug in a rug
(2 wds.)
Brillo rival
Lacking direction
India's neighbor
Sinking-in phrase
Undermine
Country star McEntire
Pot cover
More buttonlike?
Merino male
More respectable
Lose one's poker face
Cryptographer's subject
Egad, e.g.
Pulp author Buntline
Three, to Luigi


Gave breakfast to
Common Latin abbr.
Tiny specks
Hershey Bar nuts
"I've Working On Th
Railroad"
Aardvark's ort
Barn toppers
Tom Mix two-reeler
By all means!
Strike site
Silence by force
Barnyard sound
It's between sm. and Ig.
"I could unfold..."
(Hamlet) (2 wds.)
Glee club platform
Paris-to-Zurich dir.
Before Tue.
Confident
Be miserable
"...pudding the
eating" (2 wds.)
Doc
Made a lap
Roost
Blind as (2 wds.)
Crook's hasty departure
Presidential wild card of
1992
Give over
Back part
One in the stir
Chowed down


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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-of-Town
Real Estate
7200 -Timeshare


7150
8+/- Acs. in East Mil-
ton, Hickory Hammock
Road will divide. Also
Lots/Acreage Pond
Creek area, some wa-
terfront located just
South of old US 90
Misty Lake Drive.
Showing on Weekends
only. Phone after 5
p.m. 850-593-6015(H)
850-718-6644(C)


Dependable
Housekeeper
Over 20 years of
experience!
Ref. Available
995-0009




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DUMP TRUCK
SERVICE
*24 Hour Truck Rental
*Dirt & Rock Sales
*Fill Dirt/Clay
*Brown Dirt
*Driveway Materials
*Lawn Dressing
*We fill foundations
Phone 850-994-4458
Cell 850-698-4920
Owner Operator.




Airlines are hiring.
Train for hands on Avi-
ation Maintenance Ca-
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program. Financial aid
if qualified Housing
available CALL Aviation
Institute of Mainte-
nance (866)314-3769


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


1 8130
SHOW TRUCK '65
Chevy Stepside Long-
bed 230cu. in. Engine.
95% original 626-6298
Do Something Good
For Tomorrow

RECYCLE

TODAY!


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Wednesday, December 14, 2011


The holiday shopping
season is here.
So are the best
holiday offers at
Hub City Ford YEAR END CELRAT
ND CELEBRATION


MA N A 0 E R' S .h FORD MUSTANG SHELBY GT500
S L SVT PERFORMANCE PKG
SP CIAL SAVING
SPECIAL OFF MSRP


NEW 2012 FORD F350 SUPERCREW 4X4 KING RANCH
MSRP $6 1,775 TOTAL SAVINGS
SALE PRICE $7,000
$5 ,775 OFF MSRP
OR 0% APR FOR 60 MONTHS
WITH APPROVED CREDIT


NEW 2012 FORD ESCAPE LIMITED
MSRP $30,135 TOTAL SAVINGS
SALE PRICE $4,540
s25,595 OFF MSRP
OR 0% APR FOR 60 MONTHS
WITH APPROVED CREDIT


NEW 2012 FORD FLEX SEL
MSRP $37,670 TOTAL SAVINGS
SALE PRICE $4,075
$33,595 OFF MSRP
OR 0% APR FOR 60 MONTHS
WITH APPROVED CREDIT


NEW 2011 FORD F150 SUPERCREW XLT ECOBOOST
MSRP $37,055 TOTAL SAVINGS
SALE PRICE $7,380
s29,675 OFF MSRP
OR 0% APR FOR 60 MONTHS
WITH APPROVED CREDIT


NEW 2011 FORD EDGE LIMITED
MSRP $40,475 TOTAL SAVINGS
SALE PRICE $5,480
$34,995 OFF MSRP
OR 0% APR FOR 60 MONTHS
WITH APPROVED CREDIT


NEW 2011 FORD RANGER SUPERCAB SPORT
MSRP $24,770 TOTAL SAVINGS
SALE PRICE $5,975
$18,795 OFF MSRP
OR 0% APR FOR 60 MONTHS
WITH APPROVED CREDIT


NEW 2011 FORD F150 SUPERCREWARIAT 4X4
MSRP $48,950 TOTAL SAVINGS
SALE PRICE $8,955
$39,995 OFF MSRP
OR 0% APR FOR 60 MONTHS
WITH APPROVED CREDIT


NEW 2011 FORD EXPEDITION XLT
MSRP $46,225 TOTAL SAVINGS
SALE PRICE $7,030
$39, 95 OFF MSRP
OR 0% APR FOR 60 MONTHS
WITH APPROVED CREDIT


NEW 2011 FORD FUSION SEL
MSRP $24,315 TOTAL SAVINGS
SALE PRICE $3,620
s20,695 OFF MSRP
OR 0% APR FOR 60 MONTHS
WITH APPROVED CREDIT


"WHILE 07HERS
.... ............... / LE OTHERS
SHUFFLE, WE DEAL!"
850-682-2721
4060 S. Ferdon Blvd Crestview Become a fan on

ion www.EHUBCITY.com
All sale prices include all incentives, in Ford rebates or factory rebates financing through FMCC. Hub City discount 0% available up to 60 months with approved credit. See dealer for qualifications and complete details.
Photos are for illustration only. 0% APR in lieu of factory rebates and incentives with approved credit on select models. Offer expires November 31,2011.


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A6 I Santa Rosa Free Press Wednesday, December 14, 2011


Grocery vo a
Outflet s

We Sell at Our Cost Plus a 10% Su


ircharge Added at the Register


S a e D c m e 1 e e b r 2 0 2 0 1 1 :II I


Fresh Frozen
Baking or
Stewing Hens

93 4

Tennessee
Pride
Sausage
Patties
1792
I 12 oz


Tray Pack
Fresh Chicken
Tenders
63
Ib


Fresh Crisp
Large
Celery

77ea


Frito-Lay
Doritos

276
11.5-12 oz


Crisco
Vegetable
Oil
271
2 7148 oz


Oven
Roasting
Pan

69' ach


Bryan
Cocktail
Smokies

7514 oz


US #1
Mississippi
Sweet
Potatoes


Liberty Gold
Pineapple

8920 oz


Jiffy Corn
Muffin
Mix

488 o


Sunshine
Maintenance
Dog Food

1778
50 Ib bag


Pride of
Illinois Very
Small Peas

71 15 oz


Delmonte
Ketchup

80 o
0V24 oz


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roceryA
S Outlet
Sale prices good through Dec 14- Dec 20,2011
114 1115 1 l6 11 7 1"8 1EE20


Cost includes freight, fee, and any associated expenses.

4025 HWY 90 PACE
850-995-8778
VISA EBT WIC


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Cooks Shank
Portion
Smoked Ham

124,b


Frozen
Turkey
Breast
134b
I lb


Excel Whole
Boneless
Pork Loins
1891
lb


Armour
Jumbo
Franks

5816 oz


Conecuh
Smoked Baby
Link Sausage
3 22
l1lbpk


Fresh Fryer
Leg
Quarters
6 30
10 Ib bag


Aunt Bessie's
Hand Clean
Chitterlings
675
5 Ib pkg


Royal Whole
Smoked
Hams

73Ib


Florida Juicy
Sweet
Tangerines
204
3 Ib bag


Yellow
Onions

98'
3 Ib bag


12 oz 12 pk
Coke
540


Sweet Sue
Chicken
Broth

50 14.5 oz


Red
Diamond
Coffee
768
34.5 oz


Nabisco
Premium
Saltines
56 oz
16 oz


Bruce's
Cut Yams

28 29 oz


Jim
Dandy
Grits
0732
~32 oz


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A6 I Santa Rosa Free Press


Wednesday, December 14, 2011