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Place of Publication: Milton Fla
Publication Date: 12-28-2011
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Board members silent on stipend


By Mathew Pellegrino
mpellegrino@srpressgazette.com
Pace Water System board mem-
bers are holding their breath when
it comes to the proposal they voted
for, and some against, at their Dec.
13 board meeting.
The Press Gazette attempted
to contact all of the Pace Water
System board members concern-
ing their decisions to propose


adding a stipend to their not-for-
profit annual service they provide
for the water company. The paper
was able to reach two members,
William Carney and Paul Hinson.
Both members were against the
proposal.
Randy Grant, a board member
whose term expires at the begin-
ning of February, was originally re-
sponsible for drawing up the pro-
posal according to Carney, who is


against the stipend. At the Dec. 13
regular meeting, the board voted in
favor 4 to 2 to propose looking into
the stipend. If the matter moved
forward, board members could
approve the $54,000 a year cost at
their annual meeting on Feb. 23.
"The subject of a stipend was
brought up at the end of a previous
workshop," Carney said. "It was

See WATER A9


First Night says 'not tonight'


New Years event cancelled this year
By Mathew Pellegrino
mpellegrino@srpressgazette.com
Those looking forward the family friendly
event First Night Santa Rosa this year, might
be disappointed to hear that the East Milton
Youth Association sponsored event will be
cancelled because of loss of interest according
to prior event organizer Jeannie Hensel.
"No one stepped up to the leadership
plate this year," Hensel said during a phone
interview.
The lack of participation at last years
event, that was attended by approximately 500
people, forced Hensel to cancel the event this
year.
The alcohol and smoke-free environment
helped kick off 2011 at East Milton
Recreational Park last year with fireworks and
musical entertainment. The event stopped
at 9:30 p.m. making it more convenient for
parents with children.
Rain caused only a handful of people to
come to the event last year, which featured a
beauty pageant and talent show, country band
"Cross Country" in concert and a scavenger
hunt that gave people a chance to win a big
screen television.
But even with the promise of prizes and an
alcohol free event, the interest in leadership
fell through.
"It's a shame because it could have been
bigger and better this year," Hensel said.
Along with pageants and giveaways, there
were also food vendors on-site, and lighted
horse carriage rides at last year's FRSR.
Those looking to go to a New Year's
celebration will have to look to Pensacola or to
the south end of the county to celebrate this
year.


PRESS GAZETTE FILE PHOTOS
These are photos from 2011 First Night Santa Rosa New Year's event.
The event was cancelled this year because of lack of interest.


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Board members at Pace
Water System, whose office
sits off of Woodbine Road
in Pace, are proposing to
vote for or against an annual
stipend for its not-for-profit
board members who hold
approximately 1 0 to 12
meetings a year.
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City eyeing


permanent use


of cameras
By Mathew Pellegrino
mpellegrino@srpressgazette.com
Milton City Manager Brian Wat-
kins said a decision has yet to be met
on whether to keep the cameras that
monitor Christmas light vandals up
year round.
The city was expected to make a de-
cision at their Dec. 13 board meeting,
but Watkins said the decision would
have to wait until next year.
"We will probably talk about it at the
next Parks and Recreational meeting,"
Watkins said. "But we have not dis-
cussed it yet."
Last year, Watkins said the city
leased cameras that were hung up at
two locations in downtown Milton to
monitor areas where city workers had
put up Christmas lights.
This year, the city opted to purchase
those same cameras at a cost of $500,
which would give Milton Police perma-
nent access to a live video feed from the
cameras year round.
"It's not a question of where we
want them, but do we want them," Wat-
kins said.
Watkins said that the city spent
roughly $3,000 last year leasing the
cameras and monitoring equipment.
Watkins also said the city voted to
purchase the cameras back in mid-No-
vember.
The cameras feed images to a digi-
tal video recorder located downtown. If
city workers find that any of the lights
or decorations have been tampered
with, the city will be able to go back and
watch a recorded video of the area to
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Officers to crack down on impaired driving during the holiday


Special to the Press Gazette
If you drive this holiday season
in Santa Rosa County you better
be doing so sober.
Gov. Rick Scott recently pro-
claimed December as National
Drunk and Drugged Driving (3D)
Prevention Month.
As part of Florida's focus on
safe highway travel during the hol-
iday season, the Florida Highway
Patrol will join thousands of other
law enforcement and highway
safety agencies across the nation


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Jim Fletcher
Publisher
623-2120


news@srpressgazette.com


in Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over,
a nationwide campaign targeting
impaired driving, through Jan. 2,
2012.
Impaired driving is one of the
deadliest crimes, especially during
the holiday period. During the 2010
Christmas and New Year's holiday
travel period, approximately 35
percent of the traffic fatalities in
Florida were alcohol related. Mo-
torists, bicyclists and pedestrians
who comply with our state's traffic
laws and use sound judgment can
help make the holiday period safer


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and less stressful for everyone.
"Impaired driving continues to
be a priority for law enforcement in
the state, and the Florida Highway
Patrol will be intensifying enforce-
ment during the holidays," said
FHP Director, Col. David Brierton.
"Our goal is to create the safest
possible driving environment by
modifying driver behavior and
helping drivers make better deci-
sions."
FHP Auxiliary and Reserve
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If you have a short
comment you would like
to make, call the Speak
Out line at 623-5887.

Thursday, 1:04 p.m.
Yes, this is Harrell.
I was sitting here
reading about the
different articles that's
been written about the
courthouse that just came
up again, and this is going
on now for the last 20
years.
I think it's time that
our commissioners get
off of their chairs and
get something done,
and getting it done in a
manner that it be taken
care of right. I got a
suggestion: I think we
have plenty of room in
front of the complex
there downtown where
the commissioner's
office is, they can put a
two or three story high
rise building in there to
accommodate the justice
part of the program, and
the other stuff we can put
in that same unit and still
have plenty of parking in
there. Anybody got any
thoughts about it other
than going over to East
Milton?
It's not a bad idea
in the long run, but it's
better than nothing. We
need to do something
and the price just keeps
getting higher every year.
Thank you.

Thursday,
12:02 p.m.
This is the landowner
in Blackwater River
State Forest. I called in
the other day about the
trespassers in the forest


on private land. It's not
Blackwater River Sate
Park, it's Blackwater River
State Forest. There's a lot
of private land here and
there in the forest, most of
its been here for centuries.
The thing is, they need to
watch what they are doing,
they don't need to be on
someone else's property.

Thursday, 8:59 a.m.
Hi, my name is Bruce,
and I had seen the paper
today about the Pace
Water System board
considering paying the
board members $7,500
a year. They knew when
they took that job that they
wouldn't be paid.
Another comment I
had is, anytime I go down
Highway 90 by McDonalds
and the Waffle House and
the Tom Thumb, there
are always two or three
Pace Water trucks there.
Apparently, they all go
log in, get on the time
clock and go down there
and eat and drink coffee
and congregate. I see
the same thing around
lunchtime.
I know they have to eat
lunch and everything, but
there seems like there is
a lot of time wasted eating
and drinking around lunch
and breakfast. I don't
understand how they can
clock in and go down to
Tom Thumb and eat on
the clock. Don't we have
any supervisors looking
at what these people do?
This is everyday Monday
through Friday. I'd like for
someone to look into that.
I do pay for Pace Water
and I think someone
needs to do something
about it. Thank you.


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Gulf Power to lower electricity bills


Special to the Press Gazette

Beginning Jan. 1, Gulf Power cus-
tomers will see a decrease in their
electricity bill. The Florida Public
Service Commission has approved
a decrease in electricity bills due to
lower coal and natural gas prices.
Currently, the electricity bill for an
average home buying 1,000 kilowatt-
hours is $127.16. At the beginning of
2012, the same amount of electricity
will cost $125.80, a decrease of $1.36.
"The FPSC adjusts our prices
each year based on the cost of the
fuel used to make electricity, power
bought from other utilities and pro-
viders, environmental compliance
expenses and the cost of energy ef-


ficiency programs for customers,"
said Jeff Rogers, Gulf Power Cor-
porate Communications supervisor.
"Through prudent planning of our
generation needs, we are able to opti-
mize our fuel purchases and environ-
mental compliance expenses which
will result in a net decrease to our
customers in January 2012."
Gulf Power monitors its fuel mix
to use the most cost-effective genera-
tion available at any time during the
day. That has helped the company
take advantage of some lower fuel
prices for coal and natural gas the
two major fuels Gulf Power uses to
make electricity.
Customers can find additional
savings by making their homes more


energy efficient. There are many low-
cost and no-cost programs to help
customers save money and energy
available at www.gulfpower.com or
by calling 1-877-655-4001.
Gulf Power Company is an inves-
tor-owned electric utility with all of
its common stock owned by Atlan-
ta-based Southern Company. Gulf
Power serves more than 430,000 cus-
tomers in eight counties throughout
Northwest Florida. The company's
mission is to safely deliver afford-
able, reliable and environmentally
responsible energy to very satisfied
customers in strong communities.
Visit online at GulfPower.com or on
the company's Facebook page, "Gulf
Power Company."


Navarre woman drives up under tractor trailer


By Mathew Pellegrino
mpellegrino@srpressgazette.com
A Navarre man walked away from
an accident with minor injuries Thurs-
day evening after he was struck my a
women drove up under a tractor trail-
er as it was attempting to back into a
salvage yard on County Road 399.
According to a Florida Highway
Patrol accident report, 57-year-old An-


thony Whitt was westbound on County
Road 399 in Navarre and was attempt-
ing to back into an auto salvage yard
when he was struck by a car driven by
Navarre resident Colleen Mitchell, 46.
According to the report, Mitch-
ell said she could not see the trac-
tor trailer due to the lack of lighting
and proper traffic control methods,
and ended up driving up under the
left side of the trailer in her Honda


Civic.
The impact forced Whitt's trailer
to shift, obstructing both lanes of
Highway 399 facing northwest.
Mitchell's car suffered $10,000 in
damage and she was wearing a seat-
belt, according to the Florida High-
way Patrol report.
There was approximately $100 in
damage done to Whitt's trailer ac-
cording to the report.


Minor accident lies up traffic in Milton Friday morning

Photos and story
by Mathew Pellegrino
mpellegrino@srpressgazette.com ,
A minor traffic accident tied
up motorists on Highway 90 at -
around 11 a.m. Friday morning. ......
A vehicle was rear-ended and ,:
Milton firefighters were cleaning
up road debris when the Press. .
Gazette arrived on scene.
Milton Police, Milton Fire De-
partment and LifeGuard Ambu-5
lance responded to the scene.
An accident report from Mil-
ton Police was unavailable as of
press time.


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 flgovernor@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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Wednesday, December 28, 2011


Local


Santa Rosa's Press Gazette | A3


Take some time off from lawn care


By Theresa Friday
Extension Faculty-Residential
Horticulture UF/IFAS Santa
Rosa County
Many areas in
Northwest Florida have
experienced some cooler
weather and some have
even seen a frost. This
means that warm season
lawn grasses are going
dormant for the winter.
December and January
are months to take a break
from lawn care unless
you have overseeded with
ryegrass.
Centipede, St.
Augustine, zoysia, bahia
and Bermuda grass
are called warm season
grasses because they
grow during the warmth of
summer but go dormant
during the cool of winter.
When grasses slow down
and go dormant, they
should be allowed to
rest until environmental
conditions exist to
stimulate their growth.
During the winter,
nitrogen fertilization
should not be applied
on home lawns unless


Nitrogen applications
during this time also
have a greater potential
for movement into
groundwater.
Homeowners who
overseeded their
lawns in October and
November should follow
recommendations on
ryegrass fertilization.
The University of Florida/
IFAS recommends the
first fertilization should
follow the second mowing.
Apply a lawn
fertilizer at
a rate of no
more than
one pound of
nitrogen per
1,000 sq ft of
turfgrass.
For more


information on fertilizing,
please refer to Figuring
Out Fertilizer for the Home
Lawn (http://edis.ifas.
ufl.edu/ep221.) A second
fertilizer application can
be made approximately
60 days later. Always
follow best management
practices when fertilizing
to reduce any potential
nonpoint source pollution
from the misapplication of
fertilizer.
Large patch disease
can come and go
throughout the winter
if the weather is mild.
This is common on St.
Augustine lawns along
the coastal areas in
Northwest Florida
where the lawns go into
partial dormancy only.
Damage from large
patch will slow
spring green-up,
and affected
areas will
remain
unsightly
until warmer
spring
weather
conditions
allow for


approximately mid-
November until the end of
February, be sure that the
grass is irrigated every
ten to 14 days, absent
sufficient rainfall.
Although many home
lawns do not require
regular mowing now, be
sure to keep the leaf litter
off the turfgrass. Leaves
capture moisture between
themselves and the turf
that may create insect and
disease problems. Once
raked up, you can always
use the leaves or needles
as mulch in the shrub or
flower beds. Two to three
inches of mulch over the
plant's roots will also help
prepare your plants for
cold weather.
Wait until spring to
establish any permanent,


warm season turfgrass
from seed. Sod can be laid
during winter if absolutely
necessary, but remember
to keep it moist to prevent
it from drying out and
dying. Establishment is
best left until mid-spring,
well after spring green-up.
Warm-season
turfgrasses may show
signs of green-up in
by early to mid-March
in some areas. Do not
push turfgrass growth
with fertilizer. Fertilizer
applied too early will
feed the winter weeds,
and fertilizer applied
too heavily will result in
lush growth that is more
susceptible to injury from
late frosts or large patch
disease.
Let the grass green


up gradually, and do not
fertilize until after mowing
two or three times in early
spring.

Theresa Friday is the
Residential Horticulture
Extension Agent for Santa
Rosa County. The use of
trade names, if used in
this article, is solely for
the purpose of providing
specific information.
It is not a guarantee,
warranty, or endorsement
of the product name(s)
and does not signify that
they are approved to the
exclusion of others.
For additional
information about all
of the county extension
services and other articles
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Wednesday, December 28, 2011


Sheriff's REPORT


The following arrests
were made beginning Dec.
4 through Dec. 8.

Dec. 4
Calamis, Christopher
Louise; Male; 36; 5576 Fawn
Ridge Dr., Gulf Breeze;
Battery (D/V) Felony
Battery or Domestive
Battery by Strangulation.
Crutchfield, Richard
Charles; Male; 36;
4085 Highway 297A,
Cantonment, Fla.; Battery
(D/V) Touch or Strike;
Obstruct Police Deprive
of Means, Protection or
Communication.
King, Johnathon Tyler;
Male; 40; 6436 Colonial
Dr., Milton; Probation
Violation Felony or Commit
Continual Unknown Felony/
Misdemeanor/Juvenile Non
Criteria.
Lafranchireeve, Andrew
Joseph; Male; 26; 8917
Timber Lane, Navarre;
Probation Violation Felony
or Commit Continual
Unknown Felony/
Misdemeanor/Juvenile Non
Criteria.
Manuel, Arnold Lee;
Male; 29; 1731 NE 9th
Ave., Gainesville, Fla.;
Lews Lascivious Behavior
Commit Sex Act In
Presence of Correctional
Facility Employee.
McNew, Bridgette
Deshay; Female; 21;
6353 Matador St., Milton;
Larceny Petit Theft Second
Degree First Offense (4
counts); Fraud Utter False
Instrument (4 counts).
Polk, Melinda Dell;
Female; 32; 4452 Pine Villa
Circle, Pace; Vehicle Theft
Grand Theft of Motor
Vehicle.
Ross, Ashley Marie;
Female; 26; 6120 E. 500 N.,
Churubusco, Ind.; Larceny
Theft Is $300 or More But
Less Than $5,000; Fraud
Illegal Use of Credit Cards
Use More Than Two Times
In Six Months To Obtain
Goods or Money $100 or
More; Forgery of Or Alter


Public Records Certificate,
Etc. (2 counts).
Shaffer, Christopher
Ryan; Male; 22; 5909
Rolling Greens Dr., Milton;
Probation Violation Felony
or Commit Continual
Unknown Felony/
Misdemeanor/Juvenile Non
Criteria.
Simmons, Dexter Leroy;
Male; 21; 7959 S. Airport
Rd., Milton; Probation
Violation Felony or Commit
Continual Unknown Felony/
Misdemeanor/Juvenile Non
Criteria.
Watson, Charles Tyrone;
Male; 45; 5114 Springhill
Drive, Pensacola; Larceny
Grand Theft $300 Less Than
$5,000 (2 counts).
Fuqua, Johnny Wayne;
Male; 49; 6141 Old River
Road, Baker, Fla.; Grand
Theft.
Korkmaz, Ayse Mine;
Female; 4021 Bonway Dr.,
Pensacola; Drug Possession
Controlled Substance
Without Prescription
Including Meth (2 counts).
Palermini, Austin Tyler;
Male; 15; 9336 Vandivere Dr.,
Navarre; Damage Property
Criminal Mischief $1,000 or
More; Burglary Unoccupied
Structure Unarmed.
Rice, Jason Roger; Male;
33; 4292 W Aveneida De
Golf Pace; Drug Possession
Controlled Substance
Without Prescription
(2 counts); Marijuana
Possession Not More Than
20 Grams; Drug Equipment
Possession And or Use.
Silcox, Dustin Ryan;
Male; 18; 4571 Carmel
Circle, Pace; Dealing In
Stolen Property.
Snyder, Robert Lee;
Male; 15; 4710 Gregg Ave.,
Milton; Larceny Grand
Theft $300 Less Than $5,000.
Supra, Favian Adrian;
Male; 15; 2412 Pleasant
Point Circle, Navarre;
Damage Property Criminal
Mischief $1,000 or More;
Burglary Unoccupied
Structure Unarmed.
Sweeney, Eric David;
Male: 35: 4245 Ewell St..


Pace; Nonmoving Traffic
Violation Driving While
License Suspended Third or
Subsequent Offense.
Barrett, Eileen Mary;
Female; 54; 6300 E Shore
Dr., Pensacola; Traffic
Offense DUI Alcohol or
Drugs.
Brummit, Vincent Ellis;
Male; 25; 8524 Laredo St.,
Navarre; Traffic Offense
DUI Alcohol or Drugs.
Wright Jr., Levon
Demetris; Male; 44; 4794
Oscar Ln., Pace; Traffic
Offense DUI and Damage
Property.
Sutton Sr., Kenneth
Wayne; Male; 52; 6119
Brosingham Ave.,
Pensacola; Traffic Offense
DUI Alcohol or Drugs.
Wells, J.D. Ezell; Male;
37; 3275 Maplewood Dr.,
Gulf Breeze; Traffic Offense
DUI Alcohol or Drugs.

Dec. 5
Eman Jr., Robert
Michael; Male; 44; 4808
Jackie Circle, Pace;
Cocaine Possession; Drug
Equipment Possession and
or Use.
English, Kevin Dynbell;
Male; 20; 4005 W Bobe
St., Pensacola; Battery on
Officer, Firefighter, EMT,
Etc.
Hughes, Barry James;
Male; 45; 6500 Tidal Bay
Dr., Milton; Larceny Grand
Theft $300 Less Than
$5,000; Dealing In Stolen
Property.
Kowalski, James
Anthoney; Male; 27;
6594 Robie Rd., Milton;
Drug Possession Listed
Chemical With Intent To
Manufacture Controlled
Substance; Probation
Violation Felony or Commit
Continual Unknown Felony/
Misdemeanor/Juvenile Non
Criteria.
Lepore, Joshua Joseph;
Male; 19; 5630 Woodridge
Rd., Milton; Battery on
Officer, Firefighter, EMT,
Etc.
Lundy, Kenneth


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ROSA
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SHERIFF'S
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Herschell; Male; 76; 4229
Queens Ct., Pace; Batter on
Officer, Firefigther, EMT,
Etc.
Morris, Eric Reid; Male;
24; 1521 Bakalane Ave.,
Pensacola; Drug Possession
Controlled Substance
Without Prescription
Including Meth.
Michael, Beverly
Elizabeth; Female; 48;
3200 E. James Lee,
Crestview, Fla.; Distribution
of Marijuana; Opium
Trafficking.
Colley, Emanuel Lamar;
Male; 15; 8729 Sand Pine
Dr., Navarre; Aggravated
Battery On Person 65 Years
of Age or Older; Burglary
Dwelling Structure or
Conveyance Armed;
Larceny Grand Theft $300
Less Than $5,000; Larceny
Grand Theft of Firearm;
Vehicle Theft Grand Theft
of a Motor Vehicle; Resist
Officer Obstruct Without
Violence.
Hayes, Daniel Lee; Male;
30; 1998 Justice Circle, Gulf
Breeze; Aggravated Battery
Cause Bodily Harm or
Disability.
Walther, Charles
Dewayne; Male; 45; 5394
Jenny Circle, Pace; Drug
Possession Controlled
Substance Without
Prescription Including
Meth; Drug Equipment
Possession And or
Use; Drug Possession
Listed Chemical For
Manufacturing a Controlled
Substance.
Ellis, Lori Ann; Female;
30; 2335 Atkinson Rd., Biloxi,
Miss.; Traffic Offense DUI
Alcohol or Drugs.
Styles, Tommy Travis;
Male; 58; 6075 St. George St.,
Pace; Traffic Offense DUI
Alcohol or Drugs.


PUBLIC NOTICE
INTENT TO PURCHASE VEHICLES FOR PUBLIC TRANSPORTATION

All interested parties within Santa Rosa County are hereby advised that Santa Rosa County is
applying to the Florida Department of Transportation for a capital grant under Section 5310
of the Federal Transit Act of 1991, as amended for the purchase of the following equipment
to be used for the provision of public transportation services within Santa Rosa County:

Description Cost
Wheelchair van 76,100
Wheelchair van 76,100
12-passenger van 38,000
Total 156,000


A public hearing as been scheduled at 9:30 a.m., Thursday, January 12, 2011 at the Santa
Rosa County Administrative Center, Commissioners' Board Room at 6495 Caroline Street
(Hwy 90), Milton, Florida, 32570 for the purpose of advising all interested parties of service
being contemplated if grant funds are awarded, and to ensure that contemplated services
would not represent a duplication of current or proposed services provided by existing
transit or paratransit operators in this area.

This hearing will only be conducted if and only if a written request for the hearing is
received by Tuesday, January 10, 2012.

Requests for a hearing must be addressed to Santa Rosa County Planning and Zoning, Attn:
Shawn Ward, 6051 Old Bagdad Highway, Suite 201, Milton, Florida 32583 and a copy sent
to FDOT Public Transportation Office, Attn: Kathy Rudd, P. 0. Box 607, Chipley, Florida
32428-0607. Please direct any questions to Mr. Ward at (850) 981-7082.



PUBLIC NOTICE
INTENT TO PURCHASE VEHICLES FOR PUBLIC TRANSPORTATION

All interested parties within Santa Rosa County are hereby advised that Santa
Rosa County is applying to the Florida Department of Transportation for a capi-
tal grant under Section 5311 of the Federal Transit Act of 1991, as amended for
the purchase of the following equipment to be used for the provision of public
transportation services within Santa Rosa County:

Description Cost
Wheelchair van 76,100
Total 76,100

A public hearing as been scheduled at 9:30 a.m., Thursday, January 12, 2011 at
the Santa Rosa County Administrative Center, Commissioners' Board Room at
6495 Caroline Street (Hwy 90), Milton, Florida, 32570 for the purpose of advising
all interested parties of service being contemplated if grant funds are awarded,
and to ensure that contemplated services would not represent a duplication of
current or proposed services provided by existing transit or paratransit operators
in this area.

This hearing will only be conducted if and only if a written request for the hear-
ing is received by Tuesday, January 10, 2012.

Requests for a hearing must be addressed to Santa Rosa County Planning and
Zoning, Attn: Shawn Ward, 6051 Old Bagdad Highway, Suite 201, Milton, Florida
32583 and a copy sent to FDOT Public Transportation Office, Attn: Kathy Rudd, P.
0. Box 607, Chipley, Florida 32428-0607. Please direct any questions to Mr. Ward
at (850) 981-7082.


Dec. 6
Alvarado, Christian;
Male; 29; 5850 East
Milton Rd. (Santa Rosa
Correctional Institution),
Milton; Smuggle
Contraband Into Prison
Cellular Phone or Portable
Communication Device.
Branco, Jonathan
Matthew, Male; 20; no
address given; Burglary
Tools Possession With
intent To Use; Loitering or
Prowling.
Hall, Edward
Christopher, Male; 32; 5850
East Milton Rd. (Santa Rosa
Correctional Institution),
Milton; Lews Lascivious
Behavior Commit Sex Act
In Presence of Correctional
Facility Employee.
Huffman, Michael Aaron
Dale; Male; 20; 4343 Barclay
Place, Pace; Probation
Violation Felony or Commit
Continual Unknown Felony/
Misdemeanor/Juvenile Non
Criteria.
Lindsey, Jacob Clyde;
Male; 19; 5884 Tuscarora
Trail, Milton; Burglary Tools
Possession With Intent To
Use; Loitering or Prowling.
Marine, Demetric
Charles; Male; 32; 1581
East Bay Street, Wingond,
Fla.; Lewd Lascivious
Behavior Commit Sex Act
In Presence of Correctional
Facility Employee.
McClain Jr., Barry
Lavelle; Male; 21; 6755
Anola Dr., Milton; Probation
Violation Felony or Commit
Continual Unknown Felony/
Misdemeanor/Juvenile Non
Criteria.
Smith, Kortez Richard;
Male; 23; 5850 East
Milton Rd. (Santa Rosa
Correctional Institution),
Milton; Lewd Lascivious
Behavior Commit Sex Act
in Presence of Correctional
Facility Employee.
South, Marion Dallas;
Male; 33; 5850 East
Milton Rd. (Santa Rosa
Correctional Institution),
Milton; Lewd Lascivious
Behavior Commit Sex Act
in Presence of Correctional
Facility Employee.
Tharp II, Nicholas
Eugene; Male; 23; 4612
Hamilton Bridge Rd.,
Pace; Probation Violation
Felony or Commit
Continual Unknown Felony/
Misdemeanor/Juvenile Non
Criteria.
Hostler, Amber Rae;
Female; 25; 1700 Joybrook
Rd., Navarre; Larceny
Grand Theft $300 Less Than
$5,000.
Neeley, Rose Ann;
Female; 41; 7790 Rube
Place Rd., Milton; Cruelty
Towards Child (D/V) Abuse
Without Great Harm.
Holmes, Sarah Arlene;
Female; 29; 4736 Live Oak
Lane, Pace; Traffic Offense
DUI Alcohol or Drugs.

Dec. 7
Browder, William
Randolph; Male; 30; no
address reported; Drug


Possession Listed Chemical
For Manufacturer of
Controlled Substance.
Clark, Justin Andrew,
Male; 21; 7925 Kamie
Ct., Milton; Probation
Violation Felony or Commit
Continual Unknown Felony/
Misdemeanor/Juvenile Non
Criteria.
Detter, Jamie Tood;
Male; 36; 3023 N. 11th
Ave., Milton; Probation
Violation Felony or Commit
Continual Unknown Felony/
Misdemeanor/Juvenile Non
Criteria.
Duhe, Shawn Paul;
Male; 34; 4692 Live Oak
Ln., Pace; Probation
Violation Felony or Commit
Continual Unknown Felony/
Misdemeanor/Juvenile Non
Criteria.
Jorden, Edward Curtis;
Male; 41; 8263 Sevilla
St., Navarre; Battery On
Person 65 Years of Age or
Older, Obstructing Justice
Intimidate Threaten
Etc Victim, Witness or
Informant.
Sanders, Matthew
Thomas; Male; 29; 2301 W
Maxwell ST., Pensacola;
Probation Violation Felony
or Commit Continual
Unknown Felony/
Misdemeanor/Juvenile Non
Criteria.
Stearns, Julia Machniak;
Female; 28; 2370 Lansing
Dr., Pensacola; Nonmoving
Traffic Violation Drive While
License Suspended First
Offense; Drug Possession
Controlled Substance
Without Prescription
Including Meth.
Kowalski, Tyler Alex;
Male; 14; 6008 Cherokee
Rd., Milton; Drugs Health
or Safety Possession With
Intent to Sell Legend Drug
Without Prescription.
Turner, La'nassha
Shaydawn; Female; 19;
8491 Old Spanish Trail
Rd., Pensacola; Probation
Violation Felony or Commit
Continual Unknown Felony/
Misdemeanor/Juvenile
Non Criteria.
Ballou III, William
Edward; Male; 31; 1965
Guseman Rd., Gulf Breeze;
Traffic Offense DUI Alcohol
or Drugs; Traffic Offense
Refuse to Submit DUI Test
After License Suspended.


Dec. 8
Baker, Kenneth Martin;
Male; 64; 3661 Escambia
Ave., Jay; Moving Traffic
Violation Drive on
Permanently Revoked
Drivers License.
Holder, Bridget Janel;
Female; 25; 7124 East Gate
Rd., Milton; Public Order
Crimes Accessory After
The Fact Third Degree
Felony Level 3 to 10 (4
counts).
Stewart, Mary Francis;
Female; 27; 6513 Brock
Ave., Milton; Probation
Violation Felony or Commit
Continual Unknown Felony/
Misdemeanor/Juvenile
Non Criteria.


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NOTICE OF BOOK CLOSING




Supervisor of Elections, Ann W. Bodenstein,

hereby gives Notice that the Santa Rosa

County voter regstraon books w ill close on

Tuesday, January 3,2012, at 4:30 p.m., for

registration to be eligible to vote n the

Presidential Preference Primary Election to

be hed on January 31, 2012. Anyone with

questions or comments should call the

Elections Office at 983-1900.




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Wednesday, December 28, 2011


Local


Santa Rosa's Press Gazette | AS


Whiting Aviation Park master plan hot off the press


Special to the Press Gazette

With the new Whiting
Aviation Park master plan
in hand, TEAM Santa Rosa
Economic Development
Council is working even
harder now to attract aero-
space and defense compa-
nies to become part of the
Santa Rosa industrial land-
scape. Atkins presented the
Santa Rosa County Com-
mission with the plan ear-
lier this fall, complete with
renderings that showcase
potential build outs like
corporate offices, a hangar,
taxiway and tarmac.
Located right here in
Milton, the Whiting Avia-
tion Park (WAP) is nestled
between two well-known
military bases: Pensacola
Naval Air Station and Eg-
lin Air Force Base. Whit-
ing Aviation Park will give
Northwest Florida and
edge up in the aviation and
defense recruitment arena
and it will also bolster the
allure of doing business as
an industry in the entire
State of Florida. Whiting
Aviation Park's unique in-
frastructure, including the
key marketing features
of being located on heavy
industrial zoned property,
airspace buffered by NAS
Whiting Field and adja-
cency to a State-protected
forest, enhances the at-
tractiveness of this site as a
pro-business environment.
The completion of the
master plan is a significant
milestone for the develop-
ment of this very unique
asset in Santa Rosa Coun-
ty. With the completion of
the plan, we now have a
comprehensive body of site
information that makes
the park eligible for grant
funding to be used for de-
velopment. The informa-
tion available in the plan


A conceptual drawing of the
towards its completion.


includes data on airside
facilities and support, se-
curity requirements, socio-
economic assessments, ca-
pacity analysis of the field,
utility needs, development
phasing and cost analysis.
These are all critical data
that are essential compo-
nents of viable grant pro-
posals and for answering
questions from prospective
tenants of the park. With
the master plan in hand,
the park is a much more
attractive prospect for a
variety of funding opportu-
nities including those from
federal and state sources.
The completion of the
master plan for the park
brings us one step closer
to transitioning this prop-
erty into an aviation indus-
trial center of activity for
Northwest Florida- a park
like no other in the nation.
One that is referred to by
the Department of the
Navy as "The Santa Rosa
Model."

Keeping Santa Rosa
on the radar
TEAM Santa Rosa Eco-
nomic Development Coun-
cil conducted a familiar-
ization tour recently with
a national leader in site
location for large industry.
TEAM was able to entice
the visitor to make the trip
here through his business
relationship with Shannon
Ogletree, TEAM Santa
Rosa Economic Develop-
ment Council's Associate
Director and industry re-
cruiter. Shannon initially
met the consultant at an
annual Florida's Great
Northwest event called
Focus, and has been build-
ing the relationship ever
since.
During the visit, TEAM
Santa Rosa Economic De-


GRAPHIC SUPPLIED BY TEAM SANTA ROSA
An artist rendering of what the Whiting Aviation Park is expected to look like once it is completely built out
at the completion of the three phase plans stated in the projects master plan.


velopment Council and the
Pensacola Chamber's eco-
nomic development staff
showed a number of sites
in both Santa Rosa and
Escambia Counties and
introduced him to all the
amenities that two-county
MSA (Metropolitan Sta-
tistical Area) has to offer.
Communities around the
nation try to get people
like this to visit their area,
and TEAM Santa Rosa
Economic Development
Council was able to put
them on the ground here
in the Pensacola MSA- a
great win for the region.
Earlier this month,
TEAM Santa Rosa con-
ducted a familiarization
tour last week with a na-


tional leader in site loca-
tion for large industry.
TEAM was able to entice
the visitor to make the trip
here through his business
relationship with Shannon
Ogletree, TEAM's Associ-
ate Director and industry
recruiter. Shannon initial-
ly met the consultant at
an annual Florida's Great
Northwest event called
Focus, and has been build-
ing the relationship ever
since.
During the visit, TEAM
and the Pensacola Cham-
ber's economic develop-
ment staff showed a num-
ber of sites in both Santa
Rosa and Escambia Coun-
ties and introduced him to
all the amenities that two-


GRAPHIC SUPPLIED BY TEAM SANTA ROSA
Whiting Aviation Park master plan that breaks the project down into phases


NOTICE OF PUBLIC MEETINGS
All Board of County Commission Meetings and other county department meetings are held in the
County Administrative Center Board Room, 6495 Caroline Street, Milton, Florida, unless
otherwise indicated.


Cancelled
1:30 p.m.
8:30 a.m.
9:00 a.m.
6:30 p.m.
2:30 p.m.
9:00 a.m.
9:00 a.m.
6:00 p.m.
11:30 a.m.
3:00 p.m.
5:00 p.m.
12:00 p.m.
9:00 a.m.
8:30 a.m.
11:30 a.m.
5:30 p.m.
9:00 a.m.
1:30 p.m.
6:00 p.m.


If you are a person with a disability who needs any accommodation in order to participate in
a public hearing you are entitled to the provision of certain assistance. Please contact Kathy
Jordan at (850) 983-1855 or at 6495 Caroline Street, Milton at least one (1) week prior to the date
of the public hearing. Agendas and minutes are also available at www.santarosa.fl.qov. All
meetings held in the Board Room are recorded on DVD and available for purchase and most can
be viewed live and/or replayed at this web site by selecting the meeting from the main page.


county area has to offer.
Communities around the
nation try to get people
like this to visit their area,


and TEAM was able to put
them on the ground here
in the Pensacola MSA- a
great win for the region.


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Dear Pastor Gallups, "Where does the phrase -
'ashes to ashes, dust to dust' come from? I hear
this at funerals all the time, but I can findd it in
the Bible." TR. Milton

Dear T. R.
You won't find 'ashes to ashes, dust to dust' in
the Bible. The phrase comes from the funeral serv-
ice in the Book of Common Prayer, and it is based
on Genesis 3:19 which states that man was creat-
ed from the "dust of the earth."
Each church of the Anglican Communion has its
own version of the Book of Common Prayer. In the
current American version, it appears on page 485
(Burial Rite 1) and on page 501 (Burial Rite 2) in a
prayer that is said by the priest as a handful of
"earth" is ceremonially cast on top of the coffin. It
reads as follows,
"In sure and certain hope of the resurrection
to eternal life through our Lord Jesus Christ,
we commend to Almighty God our brother
and we commit his body to the ground; earth
to earth; ashes to ashes, dust to dust. The
Lord bless him and keep him, the Lord make
his face to shine upon him and be gracious
unto him and give him peace. Amen."

The funeral service has become part of the liter-
ary resources of the English language and many
Christian funeral services.
This understanding of 'ashes to ashes, dust to
dust' is also found in Psalm 90 -

Psalm 90:2-3
2 Before the mountains were born or you brought
forth the earth and the world, from everlasting to
everlasting you are God.
3 You turn men back to dust, saying, "Return to
dust, 0 sons of men."
(NIV)

T. R., even though we all turn "back to dust," as
far as our bodies are concerned, we all can also live
forever in the presence of the Lord Jesus in
Paradise. This is the promise of the Gospel. If you
have not already done so, I pray that you will call
upon the Lord Jesus to save you.
Carl Gallups is the Pastor of Hickory Hammock Baptist Church in Milton He has a Bachelor of Science
Degree from from The New Orleans Baptist
Theological Seminary He has been the Pastor of HHBC since 1987 For 10 years he has also served as an
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the U.S. and Canada For more information about HHBC call- 623 959 or 626 C95 or fax, 23 0197
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Marine Advisory January 3
Santa Rosa Housing Coalition January 4
Conference Room, 6051 Old Bagdad Hwy., Milton
Tourist Development North End Committee January 5
Santa Rosa County Chamber of Commerce, 5247 Stewart St., Milton
Commission Committee January 9
Fire Department Executive Group January 9
Emergency Operations Center, 4499 Pine Forest Rd, Milton
Building Code Board of Adjustments January 11
Conference Room, 6051 Old Bagdad Hwy., Milton
Tourist Development South End Committee January 11
Navarre Visitors' Center, 8543 Navarre Parkway, Navarre
Commission Regular January 12
Zoning Board January 12
TEAM Board of Directors Meeting January 17
6491 Caroline St., Milton
Tourist Development Council Board Meeting January 18
Santa Rosa Chamber Board Room, 5247 Stewart St., Milton
Aviation Advisory Committee January 18
Law Library Meeting January 19
Santa Rosa County Courthouse Room M4
Commission Committee January 23
Bagdad Architectural Review Board January 25
Conference Room, 6051 Old Bagdad Hwy., Milton
Public Safety Coordinating Committee January 25
SRC Sheriffs Dept. Training Room, 5755 E Milton Rd.
Parks and Recreation January 25
Commission Regular January 26
Local Mitigation Strategy meeting January 26
Conference Room, 6051 Old Bagdad Hwy., Milton
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Wednesday, December 28, 2011


OUR VIEW





PWS, we






don't care


Isn't it ironic when
places like Pensacola,
New York City and
Oakland were being
occupied that someone
needed to set a tent up on
Woodbine Road in Pace?
This month, members
of the Pace Water
Board voted 4-2 to give
themselves a stipend (feel
free to read that as raise)
of $7,500 a year.
Now, it doesn't sound
like much when you look
at the roughly $3.50 a year
the 13,000 members of
the water system would
have to pay to cover this
generous offer the board
is voting upon itself.
Unfortunately, in 1964
when the Pace Water
System was organized,
it was a nonprofit
organization, and the
board officers were (and
still are) elected knowing
the job comes without pay.
Some want to cite the
fact that members of the
Escambia County Utilities
Authority get a salary
and other items, so Pace
board members should
get something because
they do more work.
We couldn't possibly
care less about the ECUA.
Maybe if we were served
by them, but we are not.
Today, it is hard to
imagine anyone who
would be worth $7,500 a
year for roughly one hour
a month in work.
Let us be generous and
say these board members
meet on the average of
two hours a month to
handle the business of the
Pace Water System.
The board members
would be earning $312.50
an hour. But we have lots
of folks running for these
seats in the future.
And how many were
protesting the lack of
jobs, abuse of the public
trust and spending while
occupying Wall Street
and other locations? How
many of these board
members went through
nickel-and-dime fits with
the general manager
because they couldn't
understand that bills for
one month keep coming
the next month?
What is even a larger
concern is the fact that
because they want to vote
themselves this stipend,
what will keep them from
regularly raising their
pay rate until they feel
it is more aligned with
the ECUA or some other
agency?
ECUA members get
more than $38,000 a year
when you look at the
salary they receive plus
the $200 a month they get


for travel.
Since when did
members of the Pace
Water System start
driving enough for a $200
a month stipend, let alone
a $7,500 salary? If you get
elected, go buy yourself a
new car ... let the salary
make the payments.
If PWS is a true
nonprofit, where is this
money going to come
from?
It is understandable
they spend more than
$45,000 a year for
chemicals to deliver
the 6 million gallons of
clean water a day. But
something has to give.
If the system is
making enough money
that it can pay the six
board members an
annual salary, then
perhaps it is time to
cut the water tap fees
of $1,600 or the $4,000
sewer tap fees that may
apply. Better yet, use the
money to pay the water
and sewer bills of the
unemployed and less
fortunate.
Or what about
removing the fee they
are charging when it
comes to the fire hydrant
maintenance in their
respective district?
Better yet, they could
work on installing more
sewer lines to serve
customers.
At almost $6,000 for
a new home or business
for a water and sewer
tap, there is no wonder
the developments in
Pace have slowed to a
crawl and people do not
want to expand in Pace
like they once did.
Members (customers)
of the Pace Water System
need to step forward and
let their feelings become
known.
If you have no
problem with someone
getting paid to serve on
the board of a not-for-
profit organization, then
by all means, sit on the
sideline and write your
checks.
While we are at it, we
should pay everyone who
serves as a deacon or
trustee at a church, or
how about every board
member at the United
Way?
Pretty soon everyone
will have their hand out
when it comes to doing
something.
Oops, it appears they
already do.
For almost 50 years,
board members have
been willing to serve
their community.
Suddenly, someone has
dollar signs in his eyes.


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A great day
for the world

This scum of the Earth,
Kim Jong (makes me ill)
Il has been making idiots
out of President Obama,
President Bush, President
Clinton and President
George W. Bush.
He played them like an
old violin, making them
jump through hoops in
hopes that he would give
up his quest for atomic
weapons.
Why would he?
North Korea is a
puppet for China. Anyone
in government who
thinks that North Korea
is not a testing ground
for Communist Chinese
nuclear weapons is naive
and dangerous to the
safety of the United States
of America.
This is just part of what
those in power at the time
of the Korean War left us
with when they did not
destroy the North Korean
government at the time of
the Korean War.
Now we are going
to have to deal with
another scum, Kin Jong
(makes me ill) Il's son,


whatever the ne
his diseased min
to come up with?
play our governor
a hooked fish.
The media is
way too much air
this no good wor
country. In some
way the media th
we show that we
will change the
Korea does busing


Brand me as


w II and what I've been hearing
id is going on our wonderful local
? He will radio station personally
ment like attacking anyone who
speaks up for Ron Paul.
spending Now, I'm not going to
r time on iterate Paul's stance on
thless different phases of our
twisted declining America this
thinks if is more like a "swan
care, it song" of America and our
way North constitution.
ness. Recently on that
same radio station, a
Joel Miller "representative" the Tea
Milton, Fla. Party said he agrees with
Ron Paul 95% but...he
couldn't support him on
that last 5% what?
s crazy This representative


I realize this will brand
me as one of those "crazy"
people who support Ron
Paul.
I accept that
designation and will
continue to support him.
Why?
It's because I actually
listen to what he has to
say and what he is saying.
I feel my "craziness"
comes from the fact that I
hear what he is saying I
do not hear the hot button
words he says and stop
listening, I listen to the
complete statement.
I am saddened by


went on to support
Herman Cain with a fund
raiser and would still
support him if he were
still a viable candidate
- while not completely
understanding Mr. Cain's
American tax "solution".
That same radio station
subscribes to another
talk radio "host" who
has no qualms about
calling Ron Paul "nuts",
"nutty" and all things
insane for seemingly
silly "stuff" while
continuing to support
and excuse even more
grievous statements and


stances of "other" more
party favored candidates
who are jostling for the
republican nomination
- people who have proven
by their histories that
they will continue the path
that has been "chosen"
by the Hegelian Dialectic
philosophical approach
that is guiding our once
great and grand nation to
its knees.
I would just like to
implore all those who
demean and attempt to
minimize Ron Paul that
your mission is working,
we have all been branded
and called out as misfits
and insane all because
we believe in America and
what it has always stood
for and we weep for its
demise.
Now, you, on the other
hand will not even give
Ron Paul the dignity of
trying to understand
his point of view and his
vision that would really
return America to the one
we grew up in with that
feeling of security and
pride we once lived in, in
God's country.

Jerry C. Cummings
Milton, Fla.


Kim Jong II, North Koreans love you long time; it's mandatory


More sad news
to report from the
world of crazed
dictators: Kim e 7
Jong II has died >.
at the tender age
of 69.
He will be HART
buried with his HARTon
sun glasses on
and an ample
supply of his beloved
Viagra. I hear it will be
an open casket; so many
years of Viagra use made
the casket unclose-able.
Vice President Joe Biden
might attend, but I fear
the sight of Kim Jong-Il
lying in state in his open
coffin with his oversized
sunglasses facing skyward
might lead Biden to
think he is a solar energy
company and give him
$500 million of taxpayer
money.
It seems his son,
Kim Jong-Un, will take
his dad's place ("Un" is
Korean for "W"). The fast-
living and hard-drinking
son of a prominent
leader could wake up one
morning in Afghanistan or
Iraq with no idea how he
got there.
The youngest son of
Kim Jong-Il, who beat out
older brother Mentally-Il,
is heir apparently the Yin
to Kim Jong Il's Pyong-
yang. I thought maybe
a board could interview
presidential applicants
and look for the one who
has the biggest ego and
combs his hair into an odd


pompadour. Perhaps
this would be the
same committee
that hired Donald
Trump.
Jong-Un has very
J little evil-dictating
STAL K experience. He
Hart was educated
in Switzerland,
and some of his
classmates say that he
often privately doubted he
was crazy enough to run
North Korea.
The cherub-faced
Un, what a great choice!
Nothing makes starving
citizens happier than to
see that their fat-faced
leader is getting plenty
to eat. But the sons of
ruthless leaders seldom
succeed. They just will
not murder, starve, and
steal with the intensity
of their fathers. They are
eventually toppled, get a
reality show, and end up
living out their lives in
exile in $30 million Beverly
Hills mansions. They can
always raise money as
Democratic bundlers for
Obama, but deep down
they know he will not
succeed in making the
USA quite the communist
country North Korea once
was.
If you want to get
the new leader a
congratulatory gift, you
cannot go wrong with a
pair of comically large
women's sunglasses.
Maybe now young Kim
Jong-Un can beat out his


father in North Korea's
state-owned version of
"People" magazine's
Sexiest Man Alive award,
one his father, the "Dear
Leader," has won every
year since gaining power.
This transition will be
costly for the country of
24 million people who now
have to replace the 50
million framed pictures of
their "Glorious Leader"
with pictures of his son.
UN estimates say this
could cost three years of
North Korea's total GDP,
but must it be done.
North Korea's main
source of income consisted
of, every few years, faking
some military exercises
and saying they wanted a
nuke. Then America would
send them money. North
Korea's is an extortion-
based economy.
Supposedly, North
Korea will soon have a
nuclear missile that can
reach Washington State
and California. When the
Kardashian girls heard the
news they got excited -
finally, an Asian restaurant
that delivers! Personally, I
am not worried about their
missile capability unless
one can reach a red state
or disrupt the SEC football
schedule.
Obama has a clear,
foreign "first strike"
policy: He will only use our
nuclear warheads against
Iran, Israel and Fox News.
Obama will only use nukes
if his only other known war


strategy, running negative
ads against an opponent in
Iowa or flying Air Force One
to a swing state to make a
speech against him, does
not work.
Pentagon spokesmen
maintain we have no plans
to invade North Korea
-yeah, like not having a
plan ever stopped us before.
America is just about out of
"invading money," and the
world knows we only invade
countries with no weapons
of mass destruction.
With Rep. Barney Frank
retiring, maybe instead
of a nuclear attack we
can destroy North Korea
more quickly by sending
him over there to install a
Community Reinvestment
Act, push Fannie Mae-
backed sub-prime loans on
them, and then pass a Kim-
Dodd-Frank bill to make it
more insidious. That should
topple them.
When North Korea
threatened the United
States, it was fellow,
supposedly "communist"
China that came to our aid,
not theirs. You'd think China
would side with their fellow
communist North Koreans.
But when the USA owes
China 1.3 trillion dollars,
they want make sure we
are OK.
Ron Hart, a libertarian
syndicated op-ed humorist,
award-winning author
and TV/radio commentator
can be reached at Ron@
RonaldHart.com or visit
www.RonaldHart.com.


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Red grouper bag limit to increase


Special to the Press Gazette

The recreational red
grouper bag limit in Gulf
of Mexico state waters
(excluding Monroe County)
will increase Dec. 30 from
two to four fish, followed by
the Jan. 1 season closure of
shallow-water grouper in
Atlantic state waters.
The red grouper
bag limit increase is
one of several fishery
management changes
made at the November
Florida Fish and Wildlife
Conservation Commission
(FWC) meeting in Key
Largo.
Management changes
in 2012 will also affect gag
grouper season, which is
currently closed to fishing
in Gulf of Mexico state
waters (excluding Monroe


County) and will continue
to be closed through March
31,2012. (This includes
the regularly scheduled
annual closure from Feb. 1
through March 31 in Gulf
state waters.)
Both measures will
help the state achieve
consistency with federal
red and gag grouper
management efforts.
Federal managers
are working on a plan
to further protect
gag grouper, which is
overfished and undergoing
overfishing in the Gulf.
The FWC will revisit state
gag grouper management
efforts in February 2012,
once federal rules are
solidified.
Season closures for
red and gag grouper, as
well as other shallow-


water groupers, are also
nearing. In Atlantic state
waters, including Monroe
County, the season closes
Jan. 1 and reopens May
1. Shallow-water grouper
season closes Feb. 1 in Gulf
state waters and reopens
April 1.
Shallow water groupers
in Gulf state waters include
gag, red, black, yellowfin
and yellowmouth groupers;
scamp; and rock and red
hind. In Atlantic state
waters, it also includes
tiger grouper, coney and
graysby.
To learn more myfwc.
com/fishing/saltwater/
regulations/groupers/>,
visit MyFWC.com/Fishing
and click on "Saltwater
Fishing," "Recreational
Regulations" and
"Grouper."


FWC REPORT


Escambia County

Lt. Dan Hahr
was patrolling the
Escambia River Wildlife
Management Area when
he encountered two
men camping at Bluff
Springs. Lieutenant Hahr
noticed several trees had
been cut and observed
freshly cut logs next to
their campfire. While
interviewing the men,
Lieutenant Hahr noticed
a pill bottle containing
cannabis. One of the
subjects admitted that it
was his and a subsequent
search revealed additional
drug paraphernalia.
Numerous beer bottles
and cans littered the area
and broken glass bottles
and burned tires were
observed in the fire. One
subject was charged with
littering and the other
was charged with cutting


live trees, possession of
cannabis, and possession
of drug paraphernalia.

Okaloosa County

Officer James Rockwell
was on vessel patrol
conducting state fisheries
inspections near Gap
Creek when he observed
an individual fishing off
a private dock. Officer
Rockwell asked the subject
if he had caught any fish
and he responded, "No."
Officer Rockwell observed
a fish bucket and asked
the individual if he could
inspect it. The fisheries
inspection revealed an
undersized red drum
measuring 13.5 inches
in total length. The
legal size is 18-to-27-
inches. The individual is
a Florida resident and
did not have a shoreline


fishing permit. He was
cited for possession of
an undersized red drum
and issued a warning
for failure to possess a
shoreline fishing permit.

Walton County

Lt. Mark Hollinhead
responded to a night
hunting complaint after
subjects shot a deer near
a residence at the edge
of a yard, which woke the
sleeping residents. The
residents of the home
were able to get a vehicle
description prior to its
departure. Lieutenant
Hollinhead searched the
area and failed to locate
the vehicle, but found
evidence that a deer had
been shot from the road.
The evidence was collected
to be used in identifying
possible suspects.


NOTICE OF CHANGE OF LAND USE

AND INTENT TO CONSIDER AN ORDINANCE


The Santa Rosa County Local Planning Board and Board of Coun-
ty Commissioners will conduct public hearings to consider a
change of land use and/or rezoning of land areas depicted on the
maps within this advertisement. The hearings are scheduled as fol-
lows:

Zoning Board (to consider and make a recommendation on the
proposals):
Thursday, January 12, 2012 at 6:00 p.m.

Board of County Commissioners (to consider adoption of the
ordinance):
Thursday, January 26, 2012 at 6:00 p.m.

Both meetings will be held at the Santa Rosa County Administra-
tive Center in the Board Meeting Room, 6495 Caroline Street, Mil-
ton, Florida. At the public hearings, the Local Planning Board and
Board of County Commissioners shall consider the ordinances
entitled:

Ordinance No. 1:

AN ORDINANCE RELATING TO SANTA ROSA
COUNTY, FLORIDA; AMENDING ORDINANCE 91-24
AS AMENDED; AMENDING THE ZONING DISTRICTS
AS DEPICTED IN THE ATTACHED MAPS;
APPROVING THE AMENDMENTS TO THE OFFICIAL
ZONING MAP OF THE LAND DEVELOPMENT CODE
AS DEPICTED IN THE ATTACHED MAPS;
AMENDING ORDINANCE 2003-25; AMENDING THE
FUTURE LAND USE MAP OF THE SANTA ROSA
COUNTY COMPREHENSIVE PLAN; CHANGING THE
LAND USE CLASSIFICATIONS AS DEPICTED IN THE
ATTACHED MAPS; PROVIDING FOR CODIFICATION;
AND PROVIDING FOR AN EFFECTIVE DATE.

Zoning District Amended: from Ag (Agriculture District) to HCD
(Highway Commercial Development District) total approximately
5.35 (+/-) acres.
Future Land Use Designation Amended: from Agriculture to
Commercial.

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S2012--001 HCD


AG


SR1


Zoning District Amended: from R1M (Mixed Residential Subdivi-
sion District) to PUD (Planned Unit Development District) total
approximately 7.55 (+/-) acres.


Zoning District Amended: from to HCD and R1 (Single Family
Residential District) to R1A (Single Family Residential District) -
total approximately 3.35 (+/-) acres.


Future Land Use Designation Amended: from Commercial to
Single Family Residential total approximately 2.16 (+/-) acres.


Ordinance No. 2:
AN ORDINANCE RELATING TO SANTA ROSA COUNTY,
FLORIDA; AMENDING ORDINANCE 91-24 AS AMENDED;
AMENDING ARTICLE 6.04.04, ALLOWING
RECREATIONAL VEHICLES TO BE TEMPORARILY USED
AS LIVING QUARTERS IN RESIDENTIAL DISTRICTS
DURING THE CONSTRUCTION OF A PRINCIPAL RESI-
DENCE; PROVIDING FOR CODIFICATION; PROVIDING
FOR SEVERABILITY; AND PROVIDING FOR AN
EFFECTIVE DATE.

The proposed ordinance and map may be inspected by the public
prior to the above scheduled meetings at the Santa Rosa County
Planning Department, 6051 Old Bagdad Highway, Milton, Florida.
The agenda and backup documentation will be available via the
Meetings & Agendas Page of the County's website at www.san-
tarosa.fl.aov approximately 1 week prior to each scheduled meeting.
Interested parties may appear at the meetings and be heard with
respect to this proposed ordinance. All interested parties should
take notice that if they decide to appeal any decision made by the
Santa Rosa County Board of County Commissioners with respect to
any matter coming before said Board at said meeting, it is their indi-
vidual responsibility to insure that a record of proceedings they are
appealing exists and for such purpose they will need to insure that
a verbatim record of the proceedings is made, which record shall
include the testimony and the evidence upon which their appeal is
to be based.

Santa Rosa County adheres to the Americans with Disabilities Act
and will make reasonable modifications for access to this meeting
upon request. Please call Santa Rosa County Planning, Zoning
and Development Division at (850) 981-7075 or (850) 939-1259 to
make a request. For the Hearing-Impaired, 1-800-955-8770
(Voice). Requests must be received at least 48 hours in advance
of the meeting in order to provide the requested service.


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Wednesday, December 28, 2011


Local


Santa Rosa's Press Gazette | A9


WATER from page Al


not a scheduled topic of dis-
cussion and was not on the
agenda.
"(Randy) Grant brought
this subject up with a 'by the
way, I have an idea.'"
Grant said that he had
originally talked with assis-
tant manager Damon Bout-
well, who is expected to take
over Ted Dotson's position
as general manager in Feb-
ruary when he is expected to
retire, according to Grant.
According to Carney,
it wasn't just the idea of a
$400 per hour paycheck, but
an additional idea that dis-
turbed him at the meeting
when the subject was ini-
tially raised.
"As soon as this subject
was brought up, another
board member, Sandra
Thompson, endorsed the
idea and added that she
would also like to have health
benefits provided to board
members," Carney said.
Carney said Thompson
noted that she knew health
insurance was expensive,
but that it was something
that might be needed along
with the $7,500 paycheck.
"Her quick input con-
cerning health insurance led
me to believe she was not
surprised by Randy Grant's
proposal," Carney said.
Hinson said that Grant
did bring the idea up at a
past board meeting and that
"a couple of board members
sought additional informa-
tion."
That information, he said,
concerned further compari-
sons between Pace Water
System and Emerald Coast
Utilities Authority. Pace Wa-
ter System serves approxi-
mately 13,800 residents.
Hinson said that bylaws
prevent him from voting at a
meeting unless a tie occurs.
Hinson said he strongly op-
posed the proposal.
"I don't feel that the
quantity of effort put forth is
relevant (to give board mem-
bers stipends)," Hinson said.


"I ran for the Pace Water
System board over 10 years
ago because of my desire to
serve. I am a lifelong resi-
dent of the Pace/Pea Ridge
communities and wanted to
give something back.
"While I spend approxi-
mately four hours a month
studying issues and prepar-
ing for board meetings, I
would not think a stipend is
warranted even if I spent 40
hours on PWS business."
Hinson said he also
serves on two other non-
profit boards in the commu-
nity on his own time, includ-
ing a special needs baseball
team.
When the stipend was
proposed, Carney said that
Grant mentioned ECUA,
which provides water and
sewage services for resi-
dents in Escambia County,
pays their board members
somewhere around $37,000
a year along with an annual
$200 travel stipend.
Nathalie Bowers, the
public information officer
for ECUA said that her com-
pany serves around 90,000
water customers a month.
Bowers said ECUA does
not serve all of Escam-
bia County, and there are
smaller utility providers
throughout the north end of
the county.
"We serve the greater
part of Escambia County"
Bowers said. "We are defi-
nitely the largest water
utility provider in the Pan-
handle."
No other water author-
ity in northern Santa Rosa
County pays their nonprofit
board members. Grant said
he thought the idea for the
stipend was a good one,
considering there was not
enough interest in the com-
munity for those who want-
ed to serve on the board.
But Carney said he heard
differently at the meeting.
"The subject of using this
stipend as an incentive to
attract qualified candidates
to run for a position did


not come up at this meet-
ing," Carney said. "If Pace
Water has this amount of
money and can fund such a
proposal, it should instead
use these funds to ensure
water and sewer rates re-
main stable without any in-
crease for the foreseeable
future, or earmark it for
future expansion projects,
use it to upgrade our aging
office equipment, or return
a portion of it to Pace Water
System customers as a re-
bate."
After the matter was dis-
cussed at the Dec. 13 meet-
ing, Carney said someone
on the board advised the
person in charge of finance
at the office to look into the
stipend matter.
Carney said since the
Dec. 13 meeting, he has
spent $200 out of his own
pocket to print and distrib-
ute fliers to people in the
community letting them
know about the matter.
"We need to bury this
dead horse quickly," Carney
said. "Then the board can
get back to the business at
hand, which is providing
community service ... and at
no charge."
Hinson said he would
deny a stipend if it was of-
fered to him from the PWS
board of directors and
would vote against it if it was
brought into light in Febru-
ary.
"I feel that one should
have a desire to serve on
a board merely due to that
desire to serve, not for the
desire of monetary com-
pensation," Hinson said. "If
our wish is to solicit a better
quality or quantity of board
member potential candi-
dates, that could be quite
simply accomplished by
more advertising."
Marvin Fowler Sr., Son-
dra Thompson and Theresa
James, who all voted for the
stipend, were not available
for comment as of press
time.


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see who or what tampered with the deco-
rations.
If installed, the cameras would most
likely be permanently placed on the north
and south ends of Willing Street.
Watkins said that last year, the city
leased out four cameras and that no one
damaged the light fixtures, although he
said that some of the string lights were
tampered with.


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troopers will augment the
Patrol during the height-
ened travel periods.
The Patrol offers these
tips to make your holidays
safer:
Plan ahead
Use a designated driv-
er
If you are impaired,
call a taxi, use mass tran-
sit or call a friend or family
member to get you home
safely.
Call *FHP (*347) to
report intoxicated or ag-
gressive drivers, or if your
vehicle breaks down and
you need
assistance. To request
immediate emergency ser-
vices, dial 911.
Driver Sober or Get
Pulled Over is a deter-
rence program organized
by the U.S. Department of
Transportation's National
Highway Traffic Safety Ad-
ministration that focuses
on combining high-visibility
enforcement with height-
ened public awareness.
For more information on
the campaign, visit www.
Stopimpaireddriving.org.
The Florida Depart-
ment of Highway Safety
and Motor Vehicles pro-
vides highway safety and
security through excellence
in service, education and
enforcement. The Depart-
ment is leading the way to
a safer Florida through the
efficient and professional
execution of its core mis-
sion: the issuance of driver
licenses, vehicle tags and
titles and operation of the
Florida Highway Patrol.


Milton Police Captain David Cox said
that the cameras would act as a deterrent
for the department if they are installed
permanently and would make it easier for
police to catch misbehavior downtown if it
were to occur.
Although it was not clear what kind of
structure the cameras would be installed
on, Watkins said that it would be a perma-
nent, sturdy structure.


Also increasing the pa-
trols this holiday are the
Milton Police Department
and the Santa Rosa County
Sheriff's Office.
Alcohol and drugs fac-
tored into nearly 19,000
crashes last year, leading to
more than 13,000 injuries.
"This is the season to
celebrate with friends and
family," said Governor
Scott. "My administration
and all of our safety part-
ners across the state of
Florida are dedicated to
making sure this season is
celebrated safely. We plan
to lead by example by prac-
ticing safe driving habits
that include buckling up,
driving sober and avoiding
distractions while behind
the wheel."
Quick Facts:
During the four-day
New Year's holiday travel
period in 2010, 32 people
died on Florida's roadways.
Of those, 12 were alcohol-
related.
During the four-day
Christmas holiday travel
period in 2010, 24 people
died on Florida's roadways.
Of those, eight were alco-
hol-related.
Drug-related injuries
and fatalities decreased
between 2009 and 2010
from 1,090 to 1,063.
*Source: 2010 Florida
Traffic Crash Statistics Re-
port
"We encourage every-
one to plan ahead this
holiday season to avoid
drinking or drugged driv-
ing," said Florida Highway
Patrol Director, Col. Da-


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Highway Patrol will partici-
pate in the Drive Sober or
Get Pulled Over national
crackdown this month. We
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to make good decisions."
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Wednesday, December 28, 2011 www. srpressgazette. com Page 10


West Florida ranked No. 1


Special to the Press Gazette

With opening day just over
two months away, the de-
fending NCAA Division II na-
tional champion West Florida
baseball team will start 2012
ranked No. 1 according to Col-
legiate Baseball Newspaper,
it was announced on Tuesday.
Meanwhile, College Baseball
Lineup's preseason rankings
were released on Thursday,
and West Florida came in at
No. 19.
Francis Marion earned


the No. 2 spot in the Colle-
giate Baseball Newspaper
preseason coaches' poll, and
they were also No. 1 according
to College Baseball Lineup.
Tampa, Southern Connecticut
State, Millersville and Grand
Valley State also earned spots
in the top 10 according to both
publications.
The Argonauts will return
in 2012 without several top
players from last year's cham-
pionship squad, including
eight that signed professional
contracts over the summer.
That list includes All-Ameri-


cans Brandon Brewer, Greg
Pron, Daniel Vargas-Vila and
Shane Waller. Also signing pro
contracts were Ben Hawkins,
Zach Jadofsky, Dustin Lawley
and Jason Postill.
The Argos will return first
baseman Korey Domenick,
third baseman Josh Huggins,
outfielder Taye Larry, and sec-
ond baseman Leo Lamarche
to the starting lineup. Huggins
was an All-Gulf South Confer-
ence third baseman, and he
and Larry both earned spots
on the NCAA Championships
All-Tournament Team.


Leading the returners on
the pitching staff are starter
Kevin Peters and reliever Jor-
dan Rasinski. Peters was one
of the top freshmen in the GSC
in 2011, posting a 5-1 record
and a 2.23 ERA. Rasinski ap-
peared in 16 games out of the
bullpen and held opponents to
a .216 batting average while
posting a 3.43 ERA.
The Argos will start the
2012 season on Feb. 3-4 with
a series at Peach Belt Confer-
ence opponent Flagler. For in-
formation on all UWF Athlet-
ics, visit www.GoArgos.com.


Golden Eagle from Pace shines for USM


By Bill Gamblin
sports@srpressgazette.com
Just over three years ago
Ryan Hanks was pondering a
decision that would shape his
future in athletics.
Hanks was one of four Pace
seniors to make his commit-
ment on National Signing Day
in 2009 as he opted for the Gold-
en Eagles of Southern Missis-
sippi.
Now Hanks is enjoying the
fruits of his labor, following a
24-17 win over the University of
Nevada Wolfpack in the Shera-
ton Hawaii Bowl.
"This season has been great
for the program," Hanks said.
"We all came out in the off sea-
son with a new defensive coor-
dinator and new strength coach
and worked hard and made this
season the best USM has had in
100 years.
"And I always knew I would
play in a bowl and I'm glad I
have this opportunity to play
in Hawaii. It's a great experi-
ence."
In his three years at South-
ern Miss., Hanks has been used
in the same role as was his fo-
cus at Pace High School, a pow-
erful blocking tight end, who
has lettered all three years so
far in Hattiesburg.
This season where the Gold-
en Eagles finished a school
best 12-2, Hanks napped four
passes for 23 yards and two
touchdowns, one of which came
against the Blazers of the Uni-
versity of Alabama-Birming-
ham.
"It was a crucial part in the


game, it was on 4th down and
we needed a score to go up on
them," Hanks said. "We had
practiced it over and over ev-
ery week but never called it
in a game. But when we ran it
against UAB it was just second
nature to me really."
Southern Miss would lose
to UAB 34-31, but that couldn't
spoil the Golden Eagles sea-
son.
But Hanks remembers the
high points of his career like
beating Virginia at Virginia,
beating Navy at Navy, and
beating No. 6 Houston at Hous-
ton for the Conference USA
championship, which earned
the Golden Eagles a berth in
the Sheraton Hawaii Bowl.
Hanks appeared in 11
games as a freshman and
sophomore and played in 13
games this year for Southern
Miss., who he selected over
Troy University, University of
Louisiana-Monroe, and the
University of Louisiana-Lafay-
ette.
"My three years at USM
have been nothing but fun,"
Hanks said. "It's a big change
from high school.
"It's like having a job with
the constant meetings and
practices. But when you have
a year like this it's all worth
it. I guess I have just invested
so much into this program it
would be stupid of me to leave.
It's a great school and we have
a great program here."
The last Pace grad to invest
as much time as Hanks into the
Golden Eagles program was
former Pace quarterback Lee


Roberts, who broke several of
the records in Hattiesburg es-
tablished by Brett Farve.
Hanks will now get ready
for his senior year and what
lies ahead with new head
coach Ellis Johnson, who will
replace Larry Fedora.
Fedora, who continued the
Southern Miss., winning tra-
dition, will be taking over the
University of North Carolina
football squad.
But Hanks and his team-
mates were focused on one
objective heading into the
Sheraton Hawaii Bowl game.
"Right now we're just fo-
cused on the bowl game,"
Hanks said. "We will worry
about next year when it gets
here."
Hanks understands the
meaning of being focused as
he was a senior on the Patriot
squad that finished 13-1 after
a heartbreaking 49-48 loss to
Nease in four overtimes in
2008.
And every chance Hanks
gets, he talks to his coaches
back home.
"I talk to Coach (Mickey)
Lindsey whenever I get I
chance to come home," Hanks
admitted.
With everything being new
next season for the Golden
Eagles and an eye on improv-
ing on this season's 12-2 mark,
Hanks and the Golden Eagles
are not expected to have much
free time.
But the last person you
would expect to hear complain
is a player like Hanks.


RYAN MOORE I Hatytiesburg American
Southern Miss., Golden
Eagle Ryan Hanks (81) gets
swarmed by teammates
Dashman McCullum (45)
and Creighton Nelms (58)
after catching a touchdown
on a fake field goal against
the University of Alabama-
Birmingham during a
November 34-31 loss to the
Blazers.


Sports SIDELINE


Gospel projects baseball
registration
Registration for Tee Ball,
Girls Fast-Pitch Softball, and
Boy's Baseball will begin Jan.
17. You can register at the San-


ta Rosa Christian School from
8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Monday through
Friday and from 9 a.m. to noon
on Saturday. Gospel Projects
Youth Athletic Club provides
programs for children ranging
in ages from 3-and-a-half to 14


and beginning this spring will
be affiliated with USSSA Rec-
reation play.
If you would like more in-
formation or are interested in
coaching, umpiring, or spon-
soring a team contact Tod


Brainard at 623-4671. All re-
turning players from last year
must register this year. GPY-
AC reserves the right to close
registration in any league
prior to the Feb. 18 deadline if
numbers dictate.


Men's
Dogfight/ MGA
Dec. 21, 2011

1 st Place +5
Keith Knigge

2nd Place +4
Tom Couchman

3rd Place +3
Ralph Drexler

4th Place +2
Tony Apap

Jingle Bell
Open Results
Dec. 17, 2011

Open Division
1 st-Axel
Fredrickson,
Scott Dooley
63.25
2nd- Pat
Bowling, Doug
McBride 63.75
3rd-David
Services, Leonard
Boda 64.75
4th-Buddy
Hampton,
Wayne Hood
65.25

Mixed Division
1 st- Doyle
Patterson, Vicki
Patterson 61.5
2nd- Andy


Duchesne,
Robert Duchesne
63.5
3rd-Randall
Wells, Amy


Myers 64
4th-Kurt
Woltersdorf,
Mary
Woltersdorf
65.75
5th-Alex
Pollock, Angie
Pollock 66.26

Men's Dogfight
Results
Dec. 13,
2011

Flight A:
1 st Gerald
Sullivan


2nd James
Gray
3rd Ralph
Drexler
4th Bill
Kirkland

Flight B:
1 st Gordon
Clarke
Tie for 2nd
Chuck Brewster
and George
Hitchcock
Tie for 3rd
Ralph Salerno
and John Boivin.

Ladies Day
"Even Holes"
1/2 handicap
Dec. 13,
2011

A Flight
1 st Shatzi
Clemons 36
2nd Andy
Duschesne 36
3rd Gayle
Clifton 36.5

B Flight
1 st Frances
Williams 34
2nd Pat
Findley
38.5
3rd Shirley
Lintz 38.5

Chip-Ins
Liz Giles #2,
#15
Pat Weathers
#11
Frances
Williams #17
Andy
Duschesne #2

Birdies
Pat Bowers
#15
Liz Giles #2,
#15
Melanie Duvall
#7
Linda Reddish
#8

Thank You!

JJ Dunn, PGA


Tide REPORT


Pensacola Bay


East Bay


Blackwater River


Navarre Beach


Thursday, Dec. 29, 2011
12:35 AM CST High tide 0.81 Feet
6:44 AM CST Sunrise
9:59 AM CST Moonrise
10:32 AM CST Low tide -0.16 Feet
4:56 PM CST Sunset
10:09 PM CST Moonset

Friday, Dec. 30, 2011
12:20 AM CST High tide 0.54 Feet
6:45 AM CST Sunrise
9:53 AM CST Low tide -0.00 Feet
10:30 AM CST Moonrise
4:57 PM CST Sunset
6:21 PM CST High tide 0.49 Feet
11:03 PM CST Moonset

Saturday, Dec. 31, 2011
6:45 AM CST Sunrise
8:34 AM CST Low tide 0.06 Feet
11:01 AM CST Moonrise
4:58 PM CST Sunset
5:34 PM CST High tide 0.64 Feet
11:56 PM CST Moonset

Sunday, Jan. 1, 2012
12:15 AM CST 1st Quarter moon
6:10 AM CST Low tide -0.01 Feet
6:45 AM CST Sunrise
11:32 AM CST Moonrise
4:59 PM CST Sunset
5:42 PM CST High tide 0.77 Feet


Thursday, Dec. 29, 2011
1:18 AM CST High tide 0.97 Feet
6:43 AM CST Sunrise
9:58 AM CST Moonrise
11:50 AM CST Low tide -0.19 Feet
4:55 PM CST Sunset
10:07 PM CST Moonset

Friday, Dec. 30, 2011
1:03 AM CST High tide 0.64 Feet
6:43 AM CST Sunrise
10:29 AM CST Moonrise
11:11 AM CST Low tide -0.00 Feet
4:56 PM CST Sunset
7:06 PM CST High tide 0.59 Feet
11:02 PM CST Moonset

Saturday, Dec. 31, 2011
6:44 AM CST Sunrise
9:52 AM CST Low tide 0.08 Feet
11:00 AM CST Moonrise
4:57 PM CST Sunset
6:17 PM CST High tide 0.76 Feet
11:55 PM CST Moonset

Sunday, Jan. 1, 2012
12:15 AM CST 1st Quarter moon
6:44 AM CST Sunrise
7:28 AM CST Low tide -0.01 Feet
11:31 AM CST Moonrise
4:57 PM CST Sunset
6:27 PM CST High tide 0.92 Feet


Thursday, Dec. 29, 2011
2:14 AM CST High tide 0.97 Feet
6:44 AM CST Sunrise
9:58 AM CST Moonrise
12:20 PM CST Low tide -0.19 Feet
4:55 PM CST Sunset
10:08 PM CST Moonset

Friday, Dec. 30, 2011
1:59 AM CST High tide 0.64 Feet
6:44 AM CST Sunrise
10:29 AM CST Moonrise
11:41 AM CST Low tide -0.00 Feet
4:56 PM CST Sunset
8:02 PM CST High tide 0.59 Feet
11:02 PM CST Moonset

Saturday, Dec. 31, 2011
6:45 AM CST Sunrise
10:22 AM CST Low tide 0.08 Feet
11:00 AM CST Moonrise
4:57 PM CST Sunset
7:13 PM CST High tide 0.76 Feet
11:55 PM CST Moonset

Sunday, Jan. 1, 2012
12:15 AM CST 1st Quarter moon
6:45 AM CST Sunrise
7:58 AM CST Low tide -0.01 Feet
11:31 AM CST Moonrise
4:57 PM CST Sunset
7:23 PM CST High tide 0.92 Feet


Thursday, Dec. 29, 2011
6:43 AM CST Sunrise
7:19 AM CST Low tide -0.03 Feet
9:58 AM CST Moonrise
4:55 PM CST Sunset
10:07 PM CST Moonset
10:19 PM CST High tide 0.72 Feet

Friday, Dec. 30, 2011
6:43 AM CST Sunrise
7:14 AM CST Low tide 0.10 Feet
10:29 AM CST Moonrise
4:24 PM CST High tide 0.49 Feet
4:56 PM CST Sunset
6:45 PM CST Low tide 0.47 Feet
10:17 PM CST High tide 0.52 Feet
11:01 PM CST Moonset

Saturday, Dec. 31, 2011
6:43 AM CST Sunrise
6:58 AM CST Low tide 0.18 Feet
10:59 AM CST Moonrise
3:44 PM CST High tide 0.63 Feet
4:56 PM CST Sunset
11:54 PM CST Moonset

Sunday, Jan. 1, 2012
12:15 AM CST 1st Quarter moon
4:42 AM CST Low tide 0.14 Feet
6:44 AM CST Sunrise
11:31 AM CST Moonrise
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4:57 PM CST Sunset


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A YEAR IN PHOT10OS

Here are this year's top photos as hand-picked and taken by staff photographer
Mathew Pellegrino. In Saturday's edition, look for the top photos of the year taken by
M managing Editor Bill Gamblin. Photosby MATHEWPELLEGRINO I PressGazette


Bagdad Elementary School students play rough at tug-of-war at their field day
at the end of the 2010-11 school year.


Twenty-year-old Brynne McDonald of Milton was seriously injured when she
pulled out in front of a logging truck on Berryhill Road in September.


Milton mayor Guy Thompson closes his eyes in prayer during the revealing
ceremony of the Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. memorial in downtown Milton in
January.


Pace Patriot football coach Mickey Lindsey speaks Bike stunt enthusiast Rich Wieber wowed S.S.
with future Patriots at junior football camp earlier Dixon Primary students during his hour-long show
this year. at the school's outdoor track back in March.


Sam Pittman shows off a 8-pound turnip he pulled
from his garden in Milton in March.


A member of the Crestview Young Marines stands in silence after a ceremony
was held in honor of a Milton Marine who served in World War II, and later
passed away from cancer in 2008.


Milton Fire Department Chief John Reble takes photos of his old firehouse
behind the SunTrust Bank on Stewart Street as it was demolished almost two
years after the department moved to their new home on Stewart Street.






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News BRIEFS


Milton Trash
Collection Dates
Trash collection
schedules will change due
to the upcoming holidays.
The changes are as
follows:
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.

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's Technology
Committee will meet Jan.
9 at 8 a.m. in Conference
Room B at Milton City
Hall.
Milton City Council will
meet in regular session
on Jan. 10 at 5 p.m. in the
Council Chambers.
Local Board for
Emergency Food and
Shelter Funding will meet
on Jan. 12 at 2 p.m. in
Conference Room B at
Milton City Hall.
The Milton Finance
Committee will meet Jan.
19 at 10 a.m. in Conference
Room B at Milton City
Hall.
For more information,
contact the city manager's
office at 983-5411. All
meetings are open to the
public.

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.

FUMC of Milton
Christmas Services
The First United
Methodist Church
of Milton will have a
Christmas Eve Services
on Dec. 24 at 2 p.m., 4
p.m., and 6 p.m. with a
English Handbell Prelude
at 1:30 p.m. and 3:30 p.m.
Christmas Day's Blessing
of the Toys will be at 11
a.m. There will be no
Sunday School. For more
information contact First
United Methodist Church
of Milton at 623-6683.

TEAM Santa Rosa
Meeting
TEAM Santa Rosa EDC
will hold an Executive
Committee Meeting on
Dec. 27, 2011 at 10:30 a.m.
at TEAM Santa Rosa EDC
located at 6491 Caroline St.
in Milton.

Santa Rosa TDC
The Santa Rosa County
Tourist Development
Council will meet at 3
p.m. on Dec. 28 at the
Navarre Visitors Center,
8543 Navarre Parkway in
Navarre. The meeting is
open to the public.

Autism Pensacola
announces Kids for Camp
application period.
On Jan. 17 at 6 p.m.,
Autism Pensacola(API)
will host an informational
meeting to begin the
2012 application period
for Kids for Camp. This
meeting will be held at the
Pollak Training Center


of Arc Gateway, 1000 E.
Fairfield in Pensacola
at the corner of 10th &
Fairfield. Childcare is
available for children of
all ages, including teens
and young adults, with
reservations. Please
email reservations@
autismpensacola.org with
the subject line January
meeting childcare no
later than January 14th
to reserve a spot. Kids
for Camp is a 6 week
summer learning lab
for children with autism
and their friends ages
3-22. This day camp is
held in partnership with
Escambia County schools,
Sacred Heart Autism
Training Center, UWF
and other area agencies.
Applications for camp will
be available at the meeting
or online after Jan 17. All
applications are due Feb.
21.
For more information
please contact API at
434-7171 or Susan Byram,
Executive Director, at 450-
0656.

Republican Club of
Santa Rosa County
The Republican Club
of Santa Rosa County
will hold its next monthly
meeting and Dutch Treat
Dinner at The Club at
Hidden Creek in Navarre
at 6:30 p.m. on Jan. 3, 2012.
The featured speaker will
be: Florida Representative
for District 4, Matt Gaetz.
The Republican Club
welcomes The Santa
Rosa County Republican
Executive Committee that
will join us for the purpose
of electing a replacement
for our State Committee
Woman which will take
place for approximately
30 minutes from 6:30 p.m.
until 7 p.m. prior to the
Club's regular meeting.
For additional
information please call 939
2409.

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Pensacola Announces
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Florida's premier
symphonic chorus will
hold auditions for new
singers on Jan. 7, 2012 in
Room 801 of the Pensacola
State College Ashmore
Fine Arts Auditorium, 1000
College Blvd. Auditions
will be held from 10 a.m.
- noon. Choral Society
Artistic Director, Xiaolun
Chen, will conduct the
auditions, which take place
in a very relaxed and non-
threatening atmosphere.
Call Mr. Chen at 850-484-
1810 for more information.
Auditions on other days
can be arranged by special
appointment.

Dogwood Circle,
Milton Garden Club
Soup and Salad Friday
The Dogwood Circle,
Milton Garden Club will
host its 20th Annual Soup
and Salad on Jan. 13, 2012,
from 11 a.m. -1 p.m. at
5256 Alabama St. in Milton.
The Circle's cooks are
making their tasty soups,
Traditional Potato Cheese,
Chili, Chicken Tortilla, and
Minestrone served with
a crisp salad, tea/coffee
and homemade desserts.
You and your friends will
enjoy this lunch so don't
miss it as it happens once
a year. There will be lots
of door prizes, which are
given away to the lucky
drawn ticket numbers. The
cost is, adults $7, children
ages 3-12 $3.50 and under
3 eat free. Take-out orders
available for you to pickup,
just call 626-2003.

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
to 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,
DeFaniak Springs: 200-
4100, South Walton 200-
4160, Eglin 200-4180 or
Hurlburt: 200-4190.

English as a Second
Language Classes
Santa Rosa Adult
School is offering English
as a Second Language
(ESOL) classes to aid the
growing population of non-
native English speakers in
the area. The classes will
provide life skills that are
needed in reading, writing,
and speaking English.
The program's goal is to
help students function
effectively in their daily
routines.
Classes are $30 per
term with proof of Florida
residency for the last 12
months. The classes are
$120 per term without
proof of residency. Classes
are from 8:30 11:30 a.m.
Tuesday, Wednesdays,
and Thursdays. The next
term begins January 23,
2012. However, students
may enroll at any time
during the term.
All classes will be held
at the Adult Learning
Center, 6751 Berryhill
Street, Milton.
For more information,
call 850.983.5165 or
850.983.5710.

Florida's District
One Local Emergency
Planning Committee
(LEPC) Meeting
The District 1 Local
Emergency Planning
Committee will hold its
next meeting on Jan.
25, 2012, at 10 a.m. at
the Santa Rosa County
Emergency Operations
Center on Pine Forest Rd.
in Milton.
At this meeting, the
LEPC will meet to discuss
regional hazardous
materials planning and
training issues for the
seven counties that
compose District 1, which
are Escambia, Santa Rosa,
Okaloosa, Walton, Holmes,
Washington and Bay
counties. Agenda items
include the Hazardous
Materials Awareness
Week and upcoming
training opportunities.
Preceding the LEPC
meeting will be the
Training Subcommittee


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meeting at 9 a.m..
Additional Subcommittee
meetings will be held via
teleconference on Jan. 18.
Links to the agenda
for the LEPC meeting are
located on the LEPC web
calendar located at http://
www.wfrpc.org/lepc and all
meetings and workshops
are open to the public.
Interested parties may
call 850-332-7976 ext. 210.

Gulf Coast Stitchery
Guild
The Gulf Coast
Stitchery Guild will hold
its bi-annual Needlework
Exhibit beginning Feb.
1, 2012 and running
through March 4, 2012.
The exhibit will be at
St. Mark's Methodist
Church on 12th Avenue
in Pensacola, Monday
through Thursday from
10 a.m. 4 p.m. The Guild
will be stitching on site
on Monday mornings.
There will be over 100
needlework pieces on
display. In addition, the St.
Mark Art group will have
their artwork, including
watercolor, oil and other
media up for show at the
same location and times.

Al-Anon meetings
Al-Anon meets every
Tuesday at 7:30 p.m. in the
portable behind Woodbine
United Methodist Church.
They also have a Spanish
meeting at St. Rose
of Lima Church every
Friday at 10 a.m. in Room
2 of the Educational
Building. Al-Anon is a
support group for family
members of people who
have alcohol abuse issues.

Electronics Recycling
in Santa Rosa County
On Jan. 21, the Santa
Rosa Clean Community
System will host
Electronics Recycling at
Navarre Park on Highway
98 in Navarre. The event
will be from 9 a.m. to 2
p.m. All electronic items
will be accepted, with a
$10 charge for televisions
and $3 charge for
computer monitors. The
charge is because of the
toxic materials in those
two items. E-Covery will
collect and dispose of the
items, recycling nearly
everything and disposing
of anything toxic in the
proper way.
For more information,
please contact the Santa
Rosa Clean Community
System at 623-1930 or visit
our web site www.srclean.
org.


and Country Rally
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October: Milton
Riverwalk 5k 33,552
views
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Rosa Creek Indian
PowWow 7,662
views
December:
Chumuckla Redneck
Parade and BonfireJam
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January: Car
discovered underwater
in Pace 7,563 views
February: Emerald
Coast Roller Derby vs.
Torpedo Bay 16,118
views
March: Miss Central
Pageant 7,405
views
April: Talladega
Weekend 5,763
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12/1048
NOTICE OF
SHERIFF'S SALE

NOTICE is hereby
given that pursuant to a
WRIT OF EXECUTION
issued in Circuit Court
of Santa Rosa County,
Florida, on the 10th day
of November, 2011 in
the cause wherein
Blanche M. Johnson
was Plaintiff and State
Farm Florida Insurance
Company was Defend-
ant, being Case No.
05-368CA01 in said
court, I, Wendell Hall,
As Sheriff of Santa
Rosa County, Florida,
have levied upon all the
right, title and interest
of the Plaintiff, Blanche
M. Johnson in and to
the following described
real property, to wit:

DESCRIPTION OF
PROPERTY

2672 Settlers Colony
Blvd. Gulf Breeze, Flor-
ida
Lot 5, SETTLERS COL-
ONY AT VILLA
VENYCE, FIRST ADDI-
TION, TOWNHOUSES
SUBDIVISION, Santa
Rosa County, Florida,
according to plat
thereof recorded in Plat
Book "C" at Page 121
of the public records of
said County.
2674 Settlers Colony
Blvd Gulf Breeze, Flor-
ida

Lot 6, SETTLERS COL-
ONY AT VILLA
VENYCE, FIRST ADDI-
TION, TOWNHOUSES
SUBDIVISION, Santa
Rosa County, Florida,
according to plat
thereof recorded in Plat
Book "C" at Page 121
of the public records of
said County.

And on the 24th day of
January, 2012 I shall
offer this property for
sale, at the east front
door of the Santa Rosa
Criminal Justice Facil-


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ity, 5755 East Milton
Rd, Milton, Florida,
Santa Rosa County,
Florida, at the hour of
10:00 a.m. on or as
soon thereafter as pos-
sible. I will offer for sale
all the said plaintiff's,
Blanche M. Johnson
right, title and interest
in the aforesaid real
property, at public auc-
tion and will sell the
same, subject to taxes,
all prior liens, encum-
brances and judg-
ments, if any to the
highest and best bid-
der for CASH IN HAND.
The proceeds to be ap-
plied as far as may be
to the payment of costs
and the satisfaction of
the above-described
execution.

WENDELL HALL,
SHERIFF OF SANTA
ROSA COUNTY FLOR-
IDA
By: Deputy James E.
Chessher
James E. Chessher
Deputy Sheriff

IN ACCORDANCE
WITH THE AMERICAN
DISABILITIES ACT,
PERSONS NEEDING A
SPECIAL ACCOMODA-
TION TO PARTICIPATE
IN THIS PROCEEDING
SHALL CONTACT JAN-
ICE PLATT (850)
983-1281 AT LEAST
SEVEN (7) DAYS
PRIOR TO THE SALE
DATE.

12/21, 28, 1/4 & 1/11
12/1048



12/1071
NOTICE OF SALE

To be sold for the lien
owed for charges of
towing and storage.
The vehicle will be sold
to the highest bidder to
satisfy the lien on the
vehicle. The sale will be
held at JR'S Paint &
Body, 5933 Graham
Lane, Milton in Santa
Rosa County in the
State of Florida.

The following
Vehicles(s) is/are being
held for the above
claimed lien:

Year: 1989 Make: Pon-
tiac Model: Firebird
VIN:1G2FS21E4KL260143
The registered and/or
legal owners are:

OWNER: Zapata Este-
ban
24693-A Olive Street
Elberta, AL 36530

LIEN HOLDER: Not
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available at the Clerk of
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fice. You may review
these documents upon
request.

You must keep the
Clerk of the Circuit
Court's office notified of
your current address.
(You may file a Notice
of Current Address,
Florida Supreme Court
Approved Family Law
Form 12.915.) Future
papers in this lawsuit
will be mailed to the
address on record at
the clerk's office.

WARNING: Rule
12.285, Florida Family
Law Rules of Proce-
dures, requires certain
automatic disclosure of
documents and infor-
mation. Failure to com-
ply can result in sanc-
tions, including dis-
missal or striking of
pleadings.

WITNESS my hand and
the seal of this court on
December 16, 2011.
CLERK OF THE
COURT
CIRCUIT COURT SEAL
BYRichelle Germann
Deputy Clerk

12/28,1/4,11,18
12/1070
12/1072

NOTICE OF SALE

To be sold for the lien
owed for charges of
towing and storage.
The vehicle will be sold
to the highest bidder to
satisfy the lien on the
vehicle. The sale will
be held at JR'S Paint &
Body, 5933 Graham
Lane, Milton in Santa
Rosa County in the
State of Florida.

The following
Vehicles(s) is/are being
held for the above
claimed lien:

Year: 1997 Make: Pon-
tiac Model: Bonneville

V I N
1 G2HX5216VH232424

The registered and/or
legal owners are:

OWNER:
Bryan Todd Dwyer
314 Sidewinder Loop
Crestview, FL 32536

LIEN HOLDER: N/A

INSURANCE CO:
Progressive Am. Ins. -
Salvage Dept.
5920 Landerbrook Dr.,
Box L31A
Mayfield Heights, OH
44124

Amount to towing is
$90.00, Lien Filing Fee
of $300.00, Storage
Charges of $00 as of
December 15, 2011,
plus additional storage
fees of $.00 per day
plus sales tax.

This said sale will be
held on January 11,


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INSURANCE CO: Not
Listed

Amount to towing is
$125.00, Lien Filing
Fee of $300.00, Stor-
age Charges of
$191.30 as of Decem-
ber 7, 2011, plus addi-
tional storage fees of
$30.00 per day plus
sales tax.

This said sale will be
held on January 10,
2012 at 10:00 AM (cst).

If the owner cares to re-
cover said vehicle they
may bring the amount
of the charges in cash
only before the date of
sale to JR'S Paint &
Body and the vehicle
will be surrendered to
them. This sale is in
accordance with FL
Statue 713.78

TOWING COMPANY
12/28
12/1071
12/1073

NOTICE OF SALE

To be sold for the lien
owed for charges of
towing and storage.
The vehicle will be sold
to the highest bidder to
satisfy the lien on the
vehicle. The sale will
be held at JR'S Paint &
Body, 5933 Graham
Lane, Milton in Santa
Rosa County in the
State of Florida.

The following
Vehicles(s) is/are being
held for the above
claimed lien:

Year: 1999 Make: Pon-
tiac Model: Grand Prix

V I N :
1G2WJ52M3XF303628

The registered and/or
legal owners are:

OWNER: Bobbie Ann
Stanley-Spencer
PO. Box 872
Century, FL
32535-0872

LIEN HOLDER: Melvin
Leon Spencer
PO. Box 872
Century, FL
32535-0872

INSURANCE CO:
Gleco General Insur-
ance Co.
One Geico Plaza
Washington, D.C.
20076-0001

Amount to towing is
$100.00, Lien Filing
Fee of $300.00, Stor-
age Charges of
$255.60 as of Decem-
ber 9, 2011, plus addi-
tional storage fees of
$30.00 per day plus
sales tax.

This said sale will be
held on January 09,
2012 at 10:00 AM (cst).

If the owner cares to re-
cover said vehicle they
may bring the amount
of the charges in cash
only before the date of
sale to JR'S Paint &
Body and the vehicle
will be surrendered to
them. This sale is in
accordance with FL
Statue 713.78
TOWING COMPANY -
Autum M. Mallick
12/28
12/1073
12/1074

NOTICE OF SALE

To be sold for the lien
owed for charges of
towing and storage.
The vehicle will be sold
to the highest bidder to
satisfy the lien on the
vehicle. The sale will
be held at JR'S Paint &
Body, 5933 Graham
Lane, Milton in Santa
Rosa County in the
State of Florida.

The following
Vehicles(s) is/are being
held for the above
claimed lien:

Year: 2001 Make:
Honda Model: CBR6
V I N :
1 G2WJ52M3XF303628

The registered and/or


| 1100 1100
legal owners are: the lis pender
file a claim w
OWNER: Foss Nicole R days after the sale
607 N State Street
Norton, KS 67654 In accordance
AMERICANS
LIEN HOLDER: USAA DISABILITIES
10750 McDermott Frwy persons needing
San Antonio, TX 78288 cial accommode
participate in t
INSURANCE CO: Pro- ceeding should
gressive Ins. Co. the Court Adm
6300 Wilson Mills Road not later than
Mayfield Village, OH days prior to
44143 ceeding at the
Rosa County
Amount to towing is house, 6865
$125.00, Lien Filing Street, Miltor
Fee of $300.00, Stor- 32570.
age Charges of
$255.60 as of Decem- WITNESS my h
ber 9, 2011, plus addi- the official seal
tional storage fees of Court on this 8
$30.00 per day plus December, 2011.
sales tax.
MARY M. JOHNS
This said sale will be As Clerk of the Cc
held on January 09, CIRCUIT COURT
2012 at 10:00 AM (cst). By: B. Phillips
Deputy Clerk
If the owner cares to re-
cover said vehicle they Plaintiff'sAttorney
may bring the amount Stephen Lowe
of the charges in cash quire
only before the date of Coastal Ass
sale to JR'S Paint & Law Group, PL.
Body and the vehicle 139 E. Gov
will be surrendered to Street
them. This sale is in Pensacola, FL 32!
accordance with FL
Statue 713.78 12/21 & 12/28
12/1006
TOWING COMPANY 12/1070
Autum M. Mallick
12/281074 IN THE
COURT IN AN
SANTA
12/1006 COUNTY FLORID
FAMILY LAW DIVI:
IN THE COUNTY CASE
COURT IN AND FOR 2011-DR-1055
SANTA ROSA DIVISION: B
COUNTY FLORIDA
CASE NO.: 2011 CC RE: The Matter of
001082 MARCUS
BROWN,
BAYBRIDGE HOME- Petitioner/Father,
OWNERS ASSOCIA-
TION, INC., and
Plaintiff,
v. VICTORIA
BURKETT,
WHITNEY WALTON, Respondent/Moth
ET AL.,
Defendants. NOTICE OF ACT

NOTICE OF FORE- TO: VICTORIA
CLOSURE SALE BURKETT
Last known add
Pursuant to the Final 1225 Fretz Roa
Judgment of sacola, FL 32534
Foreclosure and As-
sessment of Attorney's YOU ARE HERE
Fees and Costs en- TIFIED that a
tered in the Petition to D
above-captioned cause Paternity and f(
pending in the above Related Relief h
Court, the under- filed against y
signed, Mary M. John- you are requ
son, Clerk of the above serve a copy
Court, will on the 4 day written defense,
of January, 2012, be- to it on Ann E.
ginning at 11:00 a.m. Esquire, Attorr
CST on the prescribed Marcus Aron
date at the North Front Petitioner, at
Door of the Santa Rosa Palafox Street,
County Courthouse, cola, FL 32501
6865 Caroline Street, before Janua
Milton, Florida 32570, 2012, and file t
offer for sale and sell at nal with the cler
public outcry to the court before se
highest bidder for cash Petitioner or
the following described ately thereafter.
property situate in fail to do so, a
Santa Rosa County, will be entered
Florida: you for the re
manded in the pe
THE CONDOMINIUM
PARCEL KNOWN AS Copies of all cc
UNIT K, BUILDING 13, uments in this
OF BAYBRIDGE, A cluding order
CONDOMINIUM,
PHASE III, ACCORD-
ING TO THE DECLA-
RATION OF CONDO-
MINIUM THEREOF
DATED FEBRUARY 3,
1984, AND RECORDED
IN O.R. BOOK 670,
PAGES 660 THROUGH
770, AND AMENDED
IN O.R. BOOK 702, Dependab
PAGE 692, AND O.R. Housekeep
BOOK 767, PAGE 75, Over 20 year
AND O.R. BOOK 767, experience
PAGE 118, AND O.R. Ref. Availal
BOOK 1178, PAGE 1, 995-0009
PURSUANT TO SUR-
VEY PLOT PLAN AND
GRAPHIC DESCRIP- -f
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MENTS RECORDED IN PAUL NELS
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2012 at 10:00 AM (cst). Representative: Incorrect
/S/ DANIEL R. LOZIER I r- 7- --- ,
If the owner cares to re- DANIEL R. LOZIER Insertion Publisher's
cover said vehicle they Florida Bar No. 455105 Policy Notice
may bring the amount LOZIER, THAMES &
of the charges in cash FRAZIER, PA. I
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Body and the vehicle 32502 vertisers
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them. This sale is in Facsimile: (850) All ads placed by I scams, it is recom-1
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TOWING COMPANY -
Autum M. Mallick
12/28
12/1072
12/1068
LEGAL NOTICE


Personal Representa-
tive:
Cynthia Jamison Swan-
son
1073 Blvd. De La Pan-
sienne
Mary Esther, FL 32569

12/21 & 12/28


Notice is hereby given 12/995
that the Canvassing
Board for the January
31, 2012, Presidential 12/1069
Preference Primary
Election, will meet at LEGAL NOTICE
1:00 p.m., January 6,
2012 in the Santa Rosa In accordance
County Elections Office 101.5612, not
located at 6495 Caro- hereby given
line St., Room 100, to vote tabulation
review the current Flor- ment to be use'
ida Election Laws and January 31, 201
to establish proce- identical Preferer
dures, standards, and mary Election
meeting dates for the be used in Ea
Presidential Preference ing, will be te
Primary Election. January 11, 2


This meeting is open to
representatives of the
political parties, the
press, and the public.

Ann W. Bodenstein
Supervisor of Elections
Santa Rosa County,
Florida
12/28
12/1068
12/995
IN THE CIRCUIT
COURT FOR SANTA
ROSA COUNTY FLOR-
IDA
FILE NO.: 2011-CP-275

IN RE:

ESTATE OF JIMMIE
LOU JAMISON,
Deceased.

NOTICE TO CREDI-
TORS

The administration of
the Estate of Jimmie
Lou Jamison, de-
ceased, whose date of
death was December 2,
2010, is pending in the
Circuit Court for Santa
Rosa County, Florida,
Probate Division, File
Number 2011-CP-275,
the address of which is
6865 S.W. Caroline
Street, Milton, Florida
32570. The names and
addresses of the per-
sonal representative
and the personal
representative's attor-
ney are set forth below.

All creditors of the de-
cedent and other per-
sons having claims or
demands against
decedent's estate, in-
cluding unmatured,
contingent or unliqui-
dated claims, and who
have been served a
copy of this notice,
must file their claims
with this court WITHIN
THE LATER OF THREE
(3) MONTHS AFTER
THE DATE OF THE
FIRST PUBLICATION
OF THIS NOTICE OR
THIRTY (30) DAYS AF-
TER THE DATE OF
SERVICE OF A COPY
OF THIS NOTICE ON
THEM.

All other creditors of
the decedent and other
persons who have
claims or demands
against the decedent's
estate, including unma-
tured, contingent or un-
liquidated claims, must
file their claims with this
court WITHIN THREE
(3) MONTHS AFTER
THE DATE OF THE
FIRST PUBLICATION
OF THIS NOTICE.

ALLCLAIMS NOT SO
FILED WILL BE FOR-
EVER BARRED. NOT-
WITHSTANDING THE
TIME PERIODS SET
FORTH ABOVE ANY
CLAIM FILED TWO (2)
YEARS OR MORE AF-
TER THE DECEDENT'S
DATE OF DEATH IS
BARRED.

THE DATE OF FIRST
PUBLICATION OF
THIS NOTICE IS De-
cember 21, 2011.

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Santa Rosa County,
Florida

12/28
1911^AR


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1. Form an opinion
5. Pine
10. BYU's state
14. French pronoun
15. Believe it !I
16. "Shalt" preceder
17. In the middle of
18. Type of door or treat
19. Spice
20. 12: abbr.
21. le Pew
22. Hereditary factors
23. Past adolescence
25. Peculiarity
27. Nail-biting, e.g.
29. Useless bustle
30. __ Lanka
33. Put up a monument
34. Sound Bo Peep
longed to hear
35. Chew the fat
36. Small amount
37. Tsuris
38. Tops
39. Cooper's wood
40. Unfamiliar
41. HBO offering
42. Butterfly snatcher
43. Toupees, slangily
44. Marriage
45. April sign
47. Pretend
49. Ululated
51. Actress Jane
52. "I __ Rhythm"


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3 Br, 1 ba, FEMA mo-
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2/1, older mobile home
in good area. $350
month, $300 sec. dep.
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handicap, familial status
or national origin, or an
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such preference, limita-
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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-
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are available on a equal
opportunity basis. To
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8. Legendary avian
9. Extreme degree
10. Absolute
11. Fourth Thursday in
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13. Embraces
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22. Heart of the matter
24. Recipe verb
25. Elizabeth, for one
26. Gp. with the right
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Wednesday December 28, 2011 FREE EDITION TAKE ONE


ST. PETERSBURG (AP) A
flood of new visitors from
Brazil and a stunning
post-oil-spill rebound by
Panhandle beaches were
bright spots in 2011 for a
Florida tourism industry
that has weathered some
hard times the past couple
of years.
The $60 billion
industry experienced
modest growth this year,
and officials expect a
similar bump in 2012 as
the nation's economy
continues to improve and
the BP oil spill that fouled
the shores of Gulf Coast
states last year becomes a
more distant memory.
Numbers through
September released by
Visit Florida, the state's
tourism agency, shows
the volume of travelers
to the state is up about
5 percent over the same
stretch in 2010, driven
by double-digit gains in
overseas visitors. With
a strong fourth quarter,
Florida is on track to top
84 million visitors this year,
the most since before the
Great Recession, when the
industry was accustomed
to solid growth year after
year.
Final tallies for
2011 will be out early
next year. Tourism is
Florida's leading industry,
employing about 1 million
people and accounting
for more than one-fifth of
the state's total sales tax
revenue.
"The (2011) numbers
are a pretty clear
indication that although


we're not totally out of
the economic challenges
that we've been facing
for the last three or four
years, maybe people see
a little bit of a light at the
end of the tunnel," said
Visit Florida chief Chris
Thompson.
Latin America is always
a strong sector for Florida
tourism, but the number
of visitors from Brazil
- a country of 192 million
people currently enjoying
a booming economy
- is up by at least a third,
drawn to the state's theme
parks, shopping, nightlife
and international flair.
Through September, more
visitors and dollars
- have come to Florida
from Brazil than from the
United Kingdom, which
usually runs second to
Canada in number of
overseas tourists.
"What's happening is
that (Brazilians) who have
never been able to travel
abroad before because
they didn't have the means
financially all of a sudden
do have the means," said
Denise Arencibia, director
of Latin America outreach
for Visit Florida. She
added that Latin American
countries "have remained
stable where Europe and
the U.S. are having a hard
time economy-wise."
The other pleasant
surprise was the Florida
Panhandle beaches, which
along with other Gulf
Coast shores suffered in
2010 either from tar balls
and sheen from the BP oil
spill or the false perception


Greg Lee, left, enjoys a cold drink with his friend Ken Nguyen, both of Tucson,
Ariz., during a trip to the South Beach area of Miami Beach.


that the entire coastline
was fouled by crude. The
spill killed summer 2010
for Panhandle hotels,
condos, restaurants and
attractions. This year,
most of the beaches came
back with record seasons.
The post-spill bounce
was fueled partly by
reparation money from
BP to promote Gulf Coast
beaches and some good
luck tropical storms and
hurricanes stayed away.
Panama City set a new
record for bed-tax revenue,
which was up 20 percent
over 2009, the previous
best year.
"We're still not back to


exactly where we should
have been had there not
been an oil spill, but we're
getting close," said Dan
Rowe, president of the
Panama City Convention
and Visitors Bureau. "By
every estimation, it was a
very, very good recovery
here."
At the 2,400-acre
Sandestin Gulf and
Beach Resort in Destin,
occupancy was up more
than 26 percent through
October over the same
period in 2010. President
John Russell attributes it
to aggressive marketing,
use of social media and
making more rooms


available through travel
websites.
"We knew during the
spill, especially after the
well was capped, that we
were really going to have
to hustle to mitigate the
damage and make sure
we left it in 2010 and it
didn't bleed over to 2011,"
Russell said. "We just
didn't wait for the normal
guests to come back
because we didn't know
that they would all come
back, so we said let's find
new people."
Tampa Bay-area beach
hoteliers were wringing
their hands in the late
summer of 2010, plagued


by the mistaken perception
that BP oil was going to
wash up any minute, when
in reality it came nowhere
close. They're breathing
a little easier after a
surprisingly good year.
Bed-tax revenue growth
for the area was expected
to be about 1 to 2 percent
this year. Instead the
number jumped nearly 8
percent for the 12-month
period ending Sept. 30,
said D.T. Minich, executive
director of Visit St.
Petersburg/Clearwater.
"I think there was some
pent-up demand from
people who had postponed
or canceled their
vacations, and I think we
saw a return of people who
may had gone somewhere
else the year before"
because of the threat of oil,
Minich said.
Brian London, a
Florida-based travel
industry consultant, said
he'd prefer to see more
new huge "demand-
generators," such as the
popular Harry Potter
theme park that opened
at Universal Orlando in
2010, on the horizon. But
he expects more measured
growth next year and more
big gains in the Canadian
and Latin American
markets.
"The numbers in 2012
are going to be positive
coming off of 2011,"
he said. "However, all
indicators will still not
be at their pre-recession
levels. We have yet to peak
through that pre-recession
high point."


Octavio Hodge, of Aruba, checks out merchandise at a store during trip to the
South Beach area of Miami Beach


Visitors tour the South Beach area of Miami Beach. Florida tourism bounced
back better than expected in 2011.


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When Christmas comes late


NEW YORK (AP) When Emily
Russell's two young sons wake
up on Christmas morning, they'll
find that Santa left them a note
instead of the videogames they
requested.
"Hey, I couldn't get by your
house last night," Russell, a single
mother from Kernersville, N.C.,
plans to write to her sons and sign
Santa's name. "Your mom is going
to take you to the store when she
can."
Some people have always
postponed Christmas celebrations
because their jobs don't pause
for the holiday. But in the weak
economy, folks are delaying
Christmas for another reason:
money.
Deloitte's annual holiday
survey for the first time asked
shoppers whether they planned to
wait until January to do the bulk
of their shopping for Christmas.
Six percent of the more than 5,000
respondents said they did.
The strategy can pay off.
After Christmas, retailers offer
discounts of up to 75 percent on a
wider variety of items than they
do in the weeks leading up to the
holiday.
It's something cost-conscious
shoppers have gotten hip to.
Retail sales during the seven
days after Christmas rose year-
over-year in three of the past
five years, according to research
firm ShopperTrak. And last year,
year-over-year online spending
grew by 22 percent on Dec. 26 and
56 percent on Dec. 27, according
to computer giant IBM's retail
consulting arm.
Elaine Wu and her husband
plan to wait until the day after
Christmas to shop because
they've agreed not to spend more
than $150 for each other a
difficult task given they like to
splurge on upscale Marc Jacobs
handbags and Armani shoes.
Wu says she's also waiting until
after Christmas to shop for some
of her friends. Real friends, she
figures, wouldn't want her to go
through the headache of shopping
in the pre-Christmas madness
anyway.
"Just because it's a day late
doesn't mean it's going to be any
less special or didn't come from
the same sentiment," says Wu,
36, a marketing manager for the
startup website BlogHer in Silicon
Valley. "It just means that it's
going to save us 60 percent."
Postponing Christmas Day,


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Shoppers make their way in the snow in Union Square, in New York. Lots of people postpone Christmas celebrations because their
jobs don't pause for the holiday traditionally intended to commemorate the birth of Christ.


originally a Christian holiday to
celebrate the birth of Christ, is
almost unheard of in some circles.
About 95 percent of Americans
celebrate Christmas including
80 percent of non-Christians,
according to Gallup polls.
But Bruce David Forbes,
author of "Christmas: A Candid
History," says those who delay
Christmas festivities can take
some comfort in the fact that Dec.
25 isn't the date of the birth of
Christ.
When Christians started
celebrating his birth in the
300s after the Roman emperor
Constantine converted to that
religion, they didn't know the
birthdate, so it appears that they
picked a day to coincide with
Romans' midwinter celebrations
of their own gods. Meanwhile,
Christians in more eastern
countries, like Turkey and Greece,
were already celebrating on Jan.


So, Forbes, who teaches


religious studies at Morningside
College in Sioux City, Iowa, says
if you're celebrating anywhere
between Dec. 25 and Jan. 6,
"you're not even doing it late."
That may be a relief to Mujtaba
Al-Qudaihi of Baltimore, Md., who
plans to spend Dec. 25 watching
a movie, catching up on reading
or killing time on the Internet.
His real Christmas celebration
-which includes his dad dressing
up as Santa and the extended
family exchanging gifts and eating
a big meal will happen a few
days later.
That's because it's cheaper
for Al-Qudaihi and other relatives
to fly to his parents' home in
Indianapolis after Christmas.
Besides, Al-Qudaihi figures that
the prices on gifts he plans to
buy will be much cheaper after
Christmas.
"Nothing changes," says
Al-Qudaihi, 27, who works in
information-technology consulting
for a public university. "Just the


date."
Danielle McCurley of Lacey,
Wash., also is planning to
postpone Christmas a couple
days. She wants to wait until her
financial aid check for her school
tuition arrives so she can spend
the extra money on gifts.
In normal years, McCurley
would have finished her
Christmas shopping weeks ago.
But this year is different: After
losing her job as a home health
aide, McCurley, 32, returned to
school to study social work this
fall. Adding to that, her husband,
Mario, was out of work for a year
and a half, though he recently
found a job as a security guard.
McCurley, who has three
children ages 4, 5 and 11, thinks
her youngest two won't really
notice. Her oldest will, but she
already bought his present: a
secondhand netbook that she
got for a third of the original
price at $100. And she figures her
mom, her three brothers and her


husband won't really mind the late
presents.
"They're adults," McCurley
says. "I don't think they'll be too
upset."
Meanwhile, Russell, the North
Carolinian mom, isn't sure how
her sons, ages 8 and 10, will react
when they learn Christmas will
come late for them.
Postponing the celebration is
the only way Russell, a customer
service worker, can manage
to afford Christmas this year
because she had to take two
weeks off without pay recently
when her youngest had his
tonsils removed. She figures if
she waits until after Christmas
to go shopping, she'll be able to
scrounge up money to buy each
boy a video game, a board game
and one piece of clothing.
"It might be a little upsetting to
start with," says Russell, 41. "I'll
tell them, 'I'm sorry Santa didn't
come by today. Maybe he'll come
by next week.'"


Civil War's 150th stirs a trove of memories


RICHMOND, Va. (AP)
- A diary with a
lifesaving bullet hole from
Gettysburg. An intricate
valentine crafted by a
Confederate soldier for the
wife he would never see
again. A slave's desperate
escape to freedom.
From New England
to the South, state
archivists are using the
sesquicentennial of the
Civil War to collect a
trove of wartime letters,
diaries, documents and
mementoes that have
gathered dust in attics and
basements.
This still-unfolding call
will help states expand
existing collections on
the Civil War and provide
new insights into an era
that violently wrenched


a nation apart, leaving
600,000 dead. Much of the
Civil War has been told
primarily through the eyes
of battlefield and political
leaders.
These documents are
adding a new narrative
to the Civil War's story,
offering insights into the
home front and of soldiers,
their spouses and African-
Americans, often in their
own words.
Historians, who
will have access to
the centralized digital
collections, are excited by
the prospect of what the
states are finding and will
ultimately share.
"I think now we're
broadening the story to
include everybody not
just a soldier, not a general


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somebody who found
themselves swept up in the
biggest drama in American
life," says University of
Richmond President
Edward Ayers, a Civil War
expert. "That's what's so
cool."
In Virginia, archivists
have borrowed from
the popular PBS series
"Antiques Roadshow,"
traveling weekends
throughout the state and
asking residents to share
family collections, which
are scanned and added to
the already vast collection
at the Library of Virginia.
Started in September
2010, the Civil War 150
Legacy Project has
collected 25,000 images.
Virginians have been
generous, knowing they
can share their long-
held mementos without
surrendering them, said
Laura Drake Davis and
Renee Savits, the Library
of Virginia archivists who
have divided the state for
their on-the-road collection
campaign.
"They think someone
can learn from them
rather than just sitting
in their cupboards,"
Savits said of the family
possessions. "And they're
proud to share their
family's experience."
Patricia Bangs heeded
the call when a friend told
her about the project. She
had inherited 400 letters
passed down through
the years between Cecil
A. Burleigh to his wife,
Caroline, in Mount Carmel,
Conn.
"I felt this would be


useful to researchers, a
treasure to somebody,"
said Bangs, who works
for the library system in
Fairfax, Va. In one letter,
she said, Cecil writes of
Union troops traveling
from Connecticut to
Washington, crowds
cheering them along the
way.
The letters, like many
collected by archivists, are
difficult to read. Many are
spelled phonetically, and
the penmanship can be
hard to decipher. Typically,
they tell of the story of the
home front and its daily
deprivations.
Researchers in
Tennessee, a battleground
state in the war, teamed
up with Virginia archivists
earlier this year in the
border town of Bristol.
Both states have seen
their share of bullets,
swords and other military
hardware.
"We have grandmothers
dragging in swords and
muskets," said Chuck
Sherrill, Tennessee state
librarian and archivist.
Documents are fished
from attics, pressed
between the pages of
family bibles and stored in
trunks.
Wisconsin, Ohio,
Indiana, Michigan and
many other states have
similar programs, or at
least are trying to gather
materials for use by
scholars and regular folks.
Pennsylvania has been
especially ambitious in
adding new layers to the
state's deep links to the
Civil War, including a
traveling exhibit called


the "PA Civil War Road
Show." The 53-foot-long
museum on wheels also
invites visitors to share
their ancestors' stories
and artifacts in a recording
booth. The remembrances
will be uploaded on the
website PACivilWarl50.
com.
One visitor brought in
a bugle that an ancestor
was blowing when he was
fatally shot at the Battle of
Gettysburg.
"He wouldn't let anyone
touch it," said John Seitter,
project manager of the
Pennsylvania Civil War
project. "It shows you
how deeply these artifacts
connect people with the
Civil War. There's some
serious memorialization
going on here."
The George and Ann
Richards Civil War Era
Center at Penn State
University is also amid
a survey of all the public
archives in the state to
produce a searchable
database.
The ambitious project
aims to shed light on
small, underfunded public
historical societies where
records are often "hidden
from historians and
scholars" and not used,
Matt Isham of the "The
People's Contest: A Civil
War Era Digital Archiving
Project" wrote in an email.
Some people are even
donating items unsolicited.
In Maine, for instance,
some residents have
submitted letters from
ancestors who served
in the war, but the
sesquicentennial also saw
an unusual submission


from James R. Hosmer.
Hosmer's mother,
Mary Ruth Hosmer, died
in 2005. He was going
through her possessions
in Kittery, Maine, when he
made a discovery: dozens
of carte de viste, small
photographs carried by
some Union troops, an
early version of dog tags.
They were stored in a
suitcase in an attic.
"The state archives
was quite thrilled with it,"
Hosmer said.
The Virginia archivists
said they were especially
pleased by a submission
from the family of an
escaped slave who wrote
of his love for a woman
named Julia at the same
time he fled his master
for an outpost on the
Chesapeake Bay, where
Union ships were known
to pick up men seeking
their freedom. David
Harris found his freedom
in 1861, serving as a cook
for Union troops.
"I love to read the sweet
letters that come from you,
dear love," David Harris
wrote to Julia. "I cannot
eat for thought of you."
A valentine made of
pink paper and shaped
into a heart using an
intricate basket weave was
addressed to Confederate
soldier Robert H. King to
his wife Louiza. He was
killed in 1862.
As for the diary tucked
in a soldier's breast pocket
that shielded him from
death at Gettysburg, "He
kept using the diary,"
Savits said. "He just wrote
around it."


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NEW YORK (AP) -
Occupy Wall Street may
still be working to shake
the notion it represents a
passing outburst of rage,
but some establishment
institutions have already
decided the movement's
artifacts are worthy of
historic preservation.
More than a half-dozen
major museums and
organizations from the
Smithsonian Institution to
the New-York Historical
Society have been avidly
collecting materials
produced by the Occupy
movement.
Staffers have been
sent to occupied parks
to rummage for buttons,
signs, posters and
documents. Websites and
tweets have been archived
for digital eternity. And
museums have approached
individual protesters
directly to obtain posters
and other ephemera.
The Museum of the City
of New York is planning an
exhibition on Occupy for
next month.
"Occupy is sexy," said
Ben Alexander, who is head
of special collections and
archives at Queens College
in New York, which has
been collecting Occupy
materials. "It sounds hip.
A lot of people want to be
associated with it."
To keep established
institutions from shaping
the movement's short
history, protesters have
formed their own archive
group, stashing away
hundreds of cardboard
signs, posters, fliers,
buttons, periodicals,
documents and banners in
temporary storage while
they seek a permanent
home for the materials.
"We want to make
sure we collect it from
our perspective so that
it can be represented as
best as possible," said
Amy Roberts, a library
and information studies
graduate student at
Queens College who helped
create the archives working
group.
The archives group
has been approached
by institutions seeking
to borrow or acquire
Occupy materials. Roberts
said they are discussing
donating the entire
collection to the Tamiment
Library and Robert E
Wagner Labor Archives
at New York University.
Tamiment declined to
comment.
The library's collection
is among the country's
oldest of materials on
socialism, communism and
social protest movements
in the U.S.
A handful of protesters
began camping out in
September in a lower
Manhattan plaza called
Zuccotti Park, outraged
at Wall Street excess and
income inequality; they
were soon joined by others
who set up tents and
promised to occupy "all day,
all night." Similar camps
sprouted in dozens of cities
nationwide and around the
world. Many were forcibly
cleared.
Much of the frenzied


Items from the New-York Historical Society's growing collection of Occupy
Wall Street materials. Bottom right, Jean Ashton, left, library director at the New-
York Historical Society, and Matthew Murphy, the library's head of cataloging,
display part of an ongoing collection of Occupy Wall Street items, in New York.


collection by institutions
began in the early weeks of
the protests. In part, they
were seeking to collect
and preserve as insurance
against the possibility
history might be lost
- not an unusual stance by
archivists.
What appears to be
different is the level of
interest from mainstream
institutions across a wide
geographic spectrum
and the new digital-
only ventures that have
sprung up to preserve the
movement's online history.
The lavish attention
poured on the liberal-
leaning movement has
not gone unnoticed by
conservatives.
Judicial Watch, a
conservative watchdog
group, blogged
sarcastically under its
"Corruption Chronicles"
about the choice by the
Smithsonian to document
Occupy.
"It looks like it's
taxpayer-funded hoarding,
as opposed to rigorous
historical collecting," said
Tom Fitton, president of
the organization.
The Smithsonian said its
American history collection
also now includes materials
related to the massive tea
party rally against health
care reform in March 2010
and materials from the
American Conservative


Union's Washington, D.C.,
conference in February.
The Roy Rosenzweig
Center for History and
New Media at George
Mason University launched
OccupyArchive.org in
mid-October on a hunch
that it could become
historically important. So
far, it has about 2,500 items
in its online database,
including compressed files
of entire Occupy websites
from around the country
and hundreds of images
scraped from photo-
sharing site Flickr.
"This kind of social
movement is probably
more interesting to me,
to be honest about it.
And also so much of it is
happening digitally. On
webpages. On Twitter,"
said Sheila Brennan, the
associate director of public
projects. "I guess I didn't
see as much of that with
the tea party."
Curators and those in
charge of collections at
institutions said it was not
too soon to think about
preserving elements of the
Occupy movement.
"We like to collect
things as they are
happening before the
artifacts go away," said
Esther Brumberg, senior
curator of collections
for the Museum of
Jewish Heritage in lower
Manhattan.


Brumberg said the
museum had approached
"Occupy Judaism" co-
organizer Daniel Sieradski
about a poster he had done
for a Yom Kippur prayer


service for protesters at
Zuccotti Park that drew
hundreds of people.
The poster shows the
silhouetted fiddler image
from the Jewish musical
"Fiddler on the Roof"
astride the Wall Street bull.
Sieradski said it made
sense that his poster
should end up in the
museum's permanent
collection.
"What I think is
great is that they are
actually looking to build
their collection around
contemporary American
Jewish history and maybe
broaden what their
offerings are to the public
so that they can tell a more
complete story," he said.
While there are no
immediate plans to use
the poster in an exhibition,
Brumberg called it
"just one of a number
of instances of Jewish
activism" that they are
interested in and are trying
to collect.
The Smithsonian's
National Museum of
American History gave
a similar explanation for
sending staff to Zuccotti
Square during the
encampment, where they
were spotted picking up
materials. The museum
said it was part of its
tradition of documenting
how Americans participate
in a democracy. It declined
to allow staff to be
interviewed.
"Historians like to take
the long view and see
how things play out," said
spokeswoman Valeska
p Hilbig in an email, adding
that staff wouldn't feel
"comfortable" discussing
the protests until some
time had passed.
Staff at the Robert W
Woodruff Library at Emory
University set up a system
to download and archive
tweets about Occupy. So far,
they have harvested more
than 5 million tweets from
more than 600,000 unique
Twitter users. Ultimately
the database will be made
available to scholars, said
Stewart Varner, the digital
scholarship coordinator at
the library.
The New York Public
Library has added
Occupy periodicals
to its collection and
is considering
obtaining


some protest ephemera.
And the Internet
Archive, a massive online
library of free digital books,
audio and texts, has opened
a mostly user-generated
collection about the
movement. As of Friday,
the Occupy collection
included more than 2,000
items, while its "Tea Party
Movement" collection had
fewer than 50.
Unlike other institutions
focused only on collecting,
the Museum of the City
of New York is planning a
photography exhibition on
Occupy at its South Street
Seaport Museum offshoot
when it reopens in January.
Chief curator Sarah
Henry said the museum
will also include materials
on the movement in a
new gallery opening in
the spring that focuses on
social activism in New York
City.
The New-York Historical
Society has collected
between 300 and 400 items
from the movement, said
Jean Ashton, the library
director. Ashton recognized
the contradiction inherent
in an establishment
institution collecting
Occupy materials.
"There are probably
people in Occupy Wall
Street who the last thing
they want is to have their
materials in a library or
museum somewhere," she
said.
Roberts, the OWS
member who is on
the archives working
group, said it was good
that such institutions
want to document the
movement. However, she
said they would prefer the
institutions collaborate with
the participants. "We know
more about the movement
and the stories behind the
materials that have been
collected," she said.


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12/1048
NOTICE OF
SHERIFF'S SALE

NOTICE is hereby
given that pursuant to a
WRIT OF EXECUTION
issued in Circuit Court
of Santa Rosa County,
Florida, on the 10th day
of November, 2011 in
the cause wherein
Blanche M. Johnson
was Plaintiff and State
Farm Florida Insurance
Company was Defend-
ant, being Case No.
05-368CA01 in said
court, I, Wendell Hall,
As Sheriff of Santa
Rosa County, Florida,
have levied upon all the
right, title and interest
of the Plaintiff, Blanche
M. Johnson in and to
the following described
real property, to wit:

DESCRIPTION OF
PROPERTY

2672 Settlers Colony
Blvd. Gulf Breeze, Flor-
ida

Lot 5, SETTLERS COL-
ONY AT VILLA
VENYCE, FIRST ADDI-
TION, TOWNHOUSES
SUBDIVISION, Santa
Rosa County, Florida,
according to plat
thereof recorded in Plat
Book "C" at Page 121
of the public records of
said County.

2674 Settlers Colony
Blvd Gulf Breeze, Flor-
ida

Lot 6, SETTLERS COL-
ONY AT VILLA
VENYCE, FIRST ADDI-
TION, TOWNHOUSES
SUBDIVISION, Santa
Rosa County, Florida,
according to plat
thereof recorded in Plat
Book "C" at Page 121
of the public records of
said County.

And on the 24th day of
January, 2012 I shall
offer this property for
sale, at the east front
door of the Santa Rosa
Criminal Justice Facil-


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ity, 5755 East Milton
Rd, Milton, Florida,
Santa Rosa County,
Florida, at the hour of
10:00 a.m. on or as
soon thereafter as pos-
sible. I will offer for sale
all the said plaintiff's,
Blanche M. Johnson
right, title and interest
in the aforesaid real
property, at public auc-
tion and will sell the
same, subject to taxes,
all prior liens, encum-
brances and judg-
ments, if any to the
highest and best bid-
der for CASH IN HAND.
The proceeds to be ap-
plied as far as may be
to the payment of costs
and the satisfaction of
the above-described
execution.

WENDELL HALL,
SHERIFF OF SANTA
ROSA COUNTY FLOR-
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By: Deputy James E.
Chessher
James E. Chessher
Deputy Sheriff

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To be sold for the lien
owed for charges of
towing and storage.
The vehicle will be sold
to the highest bidder to
satisfy the lien on the
vehicle. The sale will be
held at JR'S Paint &
Body, 5933 Graham
Lane, Milton in Santa
Rosa County in the
State of Florida.

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held for the above
claimed lien:

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available at the Clerk of
the Circuit Court's of-
fice. You may review
these documents upon
request.

You must keep the
Clerk of the Circuit
Court's office notified of
your current address.
(You may file a Notice
of Current Address,
Florida Supreme Court
Approved Family Law
Form 12.915.) Future
papers in this lawsuit
will be mailed to the
address on record at
the clerk's office.

WARNING: Rule
12.285, Florida Family
Law Rules of Proce-
dures, requires certain
automatic disclosure of
documents and infor-
mation. Failure to com-
ply can result in sanc-
tions, including dis-
missal or striking of
pleadings.

WITNESS my hand and
the seal of this court on
December 16, 2011.
CLERK OF THE
COURT
CIRCUIT COURT SEAL
BYRichelle Germann
Deputy Clerk

12/28, 1/4, 11, 18
12/1070
12/1072

NOTICE OF SALE

To be sold for the lien
owed for charges of
towing and storage.
The vehicle will be sold
to the highest bidder to
satisfy the lien on the
vehicle. The sale will
be held at JR'S Paint &
Body, 5933 Graham
Lane, Milton in Santa
Rosa County in the
State of Florida.

The following
Vehicles(s) is/are being
held for the above
claimed lien:

Year: 1997 Make: Pon-
tiac Model: Bonneville
V I N
1 G2HX5216VH232424

The registered and/or
legal owners are:

OWNER:
Bryan Todd Dwyer
314 Sidewinder Loop
Crestview, FL 32536

LIEN HOLDER: N/A

INSURANCE CO:
Progressive Am. Ins. -
Salvage Dept.
5920 Landerbrook Dr.,
Box L31A
Mayfield Heights, OH
44124

Amount to towing is
$90.00, Lien Filing Fee
of $300.00, Storage
Charges of $00 as of
December 15, 2011,
plus additional storage
fees of $.00 per day
plus sales tax.

This said sale will be
held on January 11,


| 1100

INSURANCE CO: Not
Listed

Amount to towing is
$125.00, Lien Filing
Fee of $300.00, Stor-
age Charges of
$191.30 as of Decem-
ber 7, 2011, plus addi-
tional storage fees of
$30.00 per day plus
sales tax.

This said sale will be
held on January 10,
2012 at 10:00 AM (cst).

If the owner cares to re-
cover said vehicle they
may bring the amount
of the charges in cash
only before the date of
sale to JR'S Paint &
Body and the vehicle
will be surrendered to
them. This sale is in
accordance with FL
Statue 713.78

TOWING COMPANY
12/28
12/1071
12/1073

NOTICE OF SALE

To be sold for the lien
owed for charges of
towing and storage.
The vehicle will be sold
to the highest bidder to
satisfy the lien on the
vehicle. The sale will
be held at JR'S Paint &
Body, 5933 Graham
Lane, Milton in Santa
Rosa County in the
State of Florida.

The following
Vehicles(s) is/are being
held for the above
claimed lien:

Year: 1999 Make: Pon-
tiac Model: Grand Prix

V I N :
1G2WJ52M3XF303628

The registered and/or
legal owners are:

OWNER: Bobbie Ann
Stanley-Spencer
PO. Box 872
Century, FL
32535-0872
LIEN HOLDER: Melvin
Leon Spencer
PO. Box 872
Century, FL
32535-0872

INSURANCE CO:
Gleco General Insur-
ance Co.
One Geico Plaza
Washington, D.C.
20076-0001

Amount to towing is
$100.00, Lien Filing
Fee of $300.00, Stor-
age Charges of
$255.60 as of Decem-
ber 9, 2011, plus addi-
tional storage fees of
$30.00 per day plus
sales tax.

This said sale will be
held on January 09,
2012 at 10:00 AM (cst).

If the owner cares to re-
cover said vehicle they
may bring the amount
of the charges in cash
only before the date of
sale to JR'S Paint &
Body and the vehicle
will be surrendered to
them. This sale is in
accordance with FL
Statue 713.78

TOWING COMPANY -
Autum M. Mallick
12/28
12/1073
12/1074

NOTICE OF SALE

To be sold for the lien
owed for charges of
towing and storage.
The vehicle will be sold
to the highest bidder to
satisfy the lien on the
vehicle. The sale will
be held at JR'S Paint &
Body, 5933 Graham
Lane, Milton in Santa
Rosa County in the
State of Florida.

The following
Vehicles(s) is/are being
held for the above
claimed lien:

Year: 2001 Make:
Honda Model: CBR6
V I N :
1 G2WJ52M3XF303628

The registered and/or


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legal owners are: the lis pender
file a claim w
OWNER: Foss Nicole R days after the sale
607 N State Street
Norton, KS 67654 In accordance
AMERICANS
LIEN HOLDER: USAA DISABILITIES
10750 McDermott Frwy persons needing
San Antonio, TX 78288 cial accommode
participate in t
INSURANCE CO: Pro- ceeding should
gressive Ins. Co. the Court Adm
6300 Wilson Mills Road not later than
Mayfield Village, OH days prior to t
44143 ceeding at the
Rosa County
Amount to towing is house, 6865
$125.00, Lien Filing Street, Miltor
Fee of $300.00, Stor- 32570.
age Charges of
$255.60 as of Decem- WITNESS my he
ber 9, 2011, plus addi- the official seal
tional storage fees of Court on this 8
$30.00 per day plus December, 2011.
sales tax.
MARY M. JOHNS
This said sale will be As Clerk of the Cc
held on January 09, CIRCUIT COURT
2012 at 10:00 AM (cst). By: B. Phillips
Deputy Clerk
If the owner cares to re-
cover said vehicle they Plaintiff'sAttorney
may bring the amount Stephen Lowe
of the charges in cash quire
only before the date of Coastal Ass
sale to JR'S Paint & Law Group, PL.
Body and the vehicle 139 E. Gov
will be surrendered to Street
them. This sale is in Pensacola, FL 32!
accordance with FL
Statue 713.78 12/21 & 12/28
12/1006
TOWING COMPANY 12/1070
Autum M. Mallick 12/1070
12/281074 IN THE
12/1074 COURT IN AN
SANTA
12/1006 COUNTY FLORID
FAMILY LAW DIVI:
IN THE COUNTY CASE
COURT IN AND FOR 2011-DR-1055
SANTA ROSA DIVISION: B
COUNTY FLORIDA
CASE NO.: 2011 CC RE: The Matter of
001082 MARCUS
BROWN,
BAYBRIDGE HOME- Petitioner/Father,
OWNERS ASSOCIA-
TION, INC., and
Plaintiff,
v. VICTORIA
BURKETT,
WHITNEY WALTON, Respondent/Moth
ET AL.,
Defendants. NOTICE OF ACT

NOTICE OF FORE- TO: VICTORIA
CLOSURE SALE BURKETT
Last known add
Pursuant to the Final 1225 Fretz Roa
Judgment of sacola, FL 32534
Foreclosure and As-
sessment of Attorney's YOU ARE HERE
Fees and Costs en- TIFIED that a
tered in the Petition to D
above-captioned cause Paternity and f(
pending in the above Related Relief h
Court, the under- filed against y
signed, Mary M. John- you are requ
son, Clerk of the above serve a copy
Court, will on the 4 day written defense,
of January, 2012, be- to it on Ann E.
ginning at 11:00 a.m. Esquire, Attorr
CST on the prescribed Marcus Aron
date at the North Front Petitioner, at
Door of the Santa Rosa Palafox Street,
County Courthouse, cola, FL 32501
6865 Caroline Street, before Janual
Milton, Florida 32570, 2012, and file t
offer for sale and sell at nal with the cler
public outcry to the court before se
highest bidder for cash Petitioner or
the following described ately thereafter.
property situate in fail to do so, a
Santa Rosa County, will be entered
Florida: you for the re
manded in the pe
THE CONDOMINIUM
PARCEL KNOWN AS Copies of all cc
UNIT K, BUILDING 13, uments in this
OF BAYBRIDGE, A cluding order
CONDOMINIUM,
PHASE III, ACCORD- -H
ING TO THE DECLA-
RATION OF CONDO-
MINIUM THEREOF '-
DATED FEBRUARY 3,
1984, AND RECORDED
IN O.R. BOOK 670,
PAGES 660 THROUGH
770, AND AMENDED
IN O.R. BOOK 702, Dependab
PAGE 692, AND O.R. Housekeep
BOOK 767, PAGE 75, Over 20 year
AND O.R. BOOK 767, experience
PAGE 118, AND O.R. Ref. Availal
BOOK 1178, PAGE 1, 995-0009
PURSUANT TO SUR-
VEY PLOT PLAN AND
GRAPHIC DESCRIP- -
TION OF IMPROVE-
MENTS RECORDED IN PAUL NELS
CONDOMINIUM PLAT DUMP TRU
BOOK 1, PAGE 16 SERVICE
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IN THE COMMON ELE- Owner Oper
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DECLARATION. Y.a,.n"

Any person claiming an
interest in the surplus
from the sale, if any, ._
other than the property '
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1 1100 || 1100 I| 1110 | 1110 1
2012 at 10:00 AM (cst). Representative: Incorrect
/S/DANIEL R. LOZIER n c -- -
If the owner cares to re- DANIEL R. LOZIER Insertion Publisher's
cover said vehicle they Florida Bar No. 455105 POlicy Notice
may bring the amount LOZIER, THAMES & I Notice i
of the charges in cash FRAZIER, PA..I
only before the date of 24 East Chase Street For Classified
sale to JR'S Paint & Pensacola, Florida In-column Ad- "SCAM "
Body and the vehicle 32502 vertisers
will be surrendered to Phone: (850) 469-0202 1To avoid possible
them. This sale is in Facsimile: (850) All ads placed by Iscams, it is recom-i
accordance with FL 469-0006 phone are read back mended that con-
Statue 713.78 DRLozier@LTFLaw.com t th advertiser ton -sjmers shnilrl verifv


TOWING COMPANY -
Autum M. Mallick
12/28
12/1072
12/1068

LEGAL NOTICE


Personal Representa-
tive:
Cynthia Jamison Swan-
son
1073 Blvd. De La Pan-
sienne
Mary Esther, FL 32569
192/21 192/289


Notice is hereby given 12/995
that the Canvassing
Board for the January
31, 2012, Presidential 12/1069
Preference Primary
Election, will meet at LEGAL NOTICE
1:00 p.m., January 6,
2012 in the Santa Rosa In accordance
County Elections Office 101.5612, not
located at 6495 Caro- hereby given
line St., Room 100, to vote tabulation
review the current Flor- ment to be use'
ida Election Laws and January 31, 201
to establish proce- identical Preferer
dures, standards, and mary Election
meeting dates for the be used in Ea
Presidential Preference ing, will be tes
Primary Election. January 11, 2


This meeting is open to
representatives of the
political parties, the
press, and the public.

Ann W. Bodenstein
Supervisor of Elections
Santa Rosa County,
Florida

12/28
12/1068
12/995

IN THE CIRCUIT
COURT FOR SANTA
ROSA COUNTY FLOR-
IDA
FILE NO.: 2011-CP-275

IN RE:


with FS.
ice is
that the
equip-
d in the
2, Pres-
nce Pn-
and to
irly Vot-
sted on
012, at


0:1: 0 a.m.. I he tests
will be conducted at
the Santa Rosa County
Supervisor of Elections'
Office, 6495 Caroline
Street, Milton, Florida.
These tests will be
open to the public.

While in the course of
testing, the Santa Rosa
County Canvassina


insure correctness.
The newspaper will
assume correctness
at the time of the
read-back procedure
unless otherwise in-
formed.


Please Eyour ad.

Advertisers are re-
quested to check the
advertisement on the
first insertion for cor-
rectness. Errors
should be reported
immediately.

Your Florida Free-
dom newspaper will
not be responsible
for more than one in-
correct insertion, nor
will it be liable for
any error in adver-
tisements to a
greater extent than
the cost of the space
occupied by the er-
ror.

Any copy change,
during an ordered
schedule constitutes
a new ad and new
charges.


Board may hear or We do not
conduct other busi- guarantee position
ness. of ANY ad under
Ann W. Bodensteany classification.

Supervisor of Elections
Santa Rosa County,I" --
Florida iM SOMETHING I

12/28- iE P


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I when receiving calls I
i regarding credit card
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Sers should also con-1
Itact the local com-
*pany themselves in-,
stead of giving this
I information to ndi-I
I viduals who are
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CREDI-


The administration of
the Estate of Jimmie
Lou Jamison, de-
ceased, whose date of
death was December 2,
2010, is pending in the
Circuit Court for Santa
Rosa County, Florida,
Probate Division, File
Number 2011-CP-275,
the address of which is
6865 S.W. Caroline
Street, Milton, Florida
32570. The names and
addresses of the per-
sonal representative
and the personal
representative's attor-
ney are set forth below.

All creditors of the de-
cedent and other per-
sons having claims or
demands against
decedent's estate, in-
cluding unmatured,
contingent or unliqui-
dated claims, and who
have been served a
copy of this notice,
must file their claims
with this court WITHIN
THE LATER OF THREE
(3) MONTHS AFTER
THE DATE OF THE
FIRST PUBLICATION
OF THIS NOTICE OR
THIRTY (30) DAYS AF-
TER THE DATE OF
SERVICE OF A COPY
OF THIS NOTICE ON
THEM.

All other creditors of
the decedent and other
persons who have
claims or demands
against the decedent's
estate, including unma-
tured, contingent or un-
liquidated claims, must
file their claims with this
court WITHIN THREE
(3) MONTHS AFTER
THE DATE OF THE
FIRST PUBLICATION
OF THIS NOTICE.

ALLCLAIMS NOT SO
FILED WILL BE FOR-
EVER BARRED. NOT-
WITHSTANDING THE
TIME PERIODS SET
FORTH ABOVE ANY
CLAIM FILED TWO (2)
YEARS OR MORE AF-
TER THE DECEDENT'S
DATE OF DEATH IS
BARRED.

THE DATE OF FIRST
PUBLICATION OF
THIS NOTICE IS De-
cember 21, 2011.

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vertise "any preference,
limitation or discrimina-
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We Sell at Our Cost Plus a 10% Surcharge Added at the Register


Wednesday, December 28, 2011


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Tennessee
Pride
Sausage
Patties
1 791oz
I 12 oz


Bar 'S'
Corndogs
63
3 lb box


Royal Tray
Pack Smoked
Neckbones
339
2 Ib bag


B-52 Ready
To Cook Hot
Wings

895 9b bag


Shredded
Collard
Greens
344
2 Ib bag


Green Giant
Peeled Baby
Carrots

95!4


California
Juicy Fancy
Lemons
I 67
2 lb bag


Fresh Express
Crisp
Cole Slaw

S0716 oz


Sparkle
Towels

4978 rolls


Dixie Lily
Yellow Rice

S1I6.5 oz


Johnny's
Steak Sauce
and Marinade

4016 oz


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A fever that's a little too high. A sprain that's

a little too painful. A cut that's a little too

deep. They can happen anytime, including

after hours. And when they're too serious

to wait until the next day, but not bad

enough for a trip to the emergency room,

it's good to know you can come see our

medical professionals until 8 p.m. Monday

Saturday and until 6 p.m. on Sunday.

Remember us when it's too serious to wait.











Monday Friday: 7 a.m. to 8 p.m.
Saturday: 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. / Sunday: Noon to 6 p.m.



Santa Rosa
*** URGENT CARE

www.SRMCFL.com Ph: 850-994-0431


4944 Highway 90 in Pace
Directly across the street from Walmart


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New Year
2012
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