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75 cents Wednesday, July 31, 2013 Gazette Santa Rosa’s Press Find breaking news at www.srpressgazette.com Tweet us @srpressgazette and like us on facebook.com Driver says trafc camera contributed to accident By JASON JAN dD URA 623-2120 jjandura@srpressgazette.com A red-light violation camera was a fac tor in a single-vehicle crash Monday morn ing in Milton, according to witnesses of the accident. A motorcycle driver lost control of his bike and crashed, causing minor injuries to himself, as it approached the red-light cam era-equipped intersection of U.S. 90 and Glover Lane. Olivier Biaggini, 49, Milton, was driving a mid-2000 yellow Victory motorcycle be hind a gold Kia SUV, according to Milton po lice. The vehicles were heading eastbound on U.S. 90, approaching the trafc light at Glover Lane. The driver of the gold SUV said he saw $646,000 sidewalk coming to S S pencer Field By JASON JAN dD URA 623-2120 jjandura@srpressgazette.com Pace residents soon will be strapping on their sneakers, with new avenues for pedes trians to get around. Santa Rosa County is expected to begin a $646,126.50 sidewalk project near Benny Russell Park in August, according to County Engineer Roger Blaylock. The sidewalk will loop around Spencer Field, with a leg extending north to Benny Russell Park. The path also will extend south and connect to an existing sidewalk that runs east and west along Norris Road by Pace High School. “There’s a lot of positive things when you get folks into the neighborhood,” Blaylock said. “It serves a community purpose.” Blaylock said the sidewalks will be suit able for walking, jogging and cycling, as well as providing non-vehicular trafc access to Benny Russell Park. The sidewalk project is part of a transportation enhancement program. The project is being fully funded by fed By JASON JAN dD URA 623-2120 jjandura@srpressgazette.com Trafc remains detoured through downtown neighbor hoods as construction on the Canal Street Project mulls along, stymied not by recent patches of rain, but by com plications in securing a per mit with the Florida Depart ment of Transportation. “Everything is basically done from Highway 90 south, with the exception of paving,” said City Manager Brian Wat kins. “We just got permit ap proval from FDOT to relocate the trafc signal.” FDOT issued a permit to make adjustments to the in tersection of U.S. 90 and Ca nal Street. The trafc signal will be relocated, and a turn lane from Canal Street onto U.S. 90 will be created, ac cording to Watkins. Trafc along U.S. 90 is not expected to be stied much further while the intersection is mod ied. The contract specical ly states the old light had to be working as the installation of the new trafc light was being installed. Jerald Ward, Public Works Director for the city, esti mates the project will take another two to four weeks to complete. “They were looking for specic documents from the contractor that we could not get until the contract was signed with the contrac tor,” Ward said. “We thought it would have been here a month ago, but it’s taken twice that.” The city has been waiting on the permit so they could pave the street from one end to the other in one process. Ward said the city saved $95,000 by recycling the origi nal Canal Street concrete. When the road was ripped By JASON JAN dD URA 623-2120 jjandura@srpressgazette.com Local golf professional Boo Weekley took over the course at Hidden Creek in Navarre, inviting local play ers and a few famous friends for a golf tournament this weekend, beneting several local charities. Local patches of rain loomed during the tourna ment kickoff on the rst day. The rain stayed at bay for most of the two-day tourney, with a few light sprinkles late Saturday afternoon during a celebrity showdown, accord ing to event coordinators. Weekley brought star power to the event to play a nine-hole round with the likes of comedian Larry the Cable Guy, Willie Robertson from “Duck Dynasty” and musi cians Colt Ford and Jamey Johnson. The group played an infor mal round, mostly mingling with a crowd of around 40 spectators that braved the ominous and cloudy after noon to snag a photograph with their favorite celebrity. Children seemed happy to Obituaries. ........................................ A2 Opinion . ........................................... A4 Sports ............................................... A7 Lifestyle. ........................................... B1 Diversions . ........................................ B5 Classieds. ........................................ B6 TABLE OF CONTENTS Volume 105 Issue 61 Jim Fletcher Publisher 623-2120 news@srpressgazette.com Canal Street work delayed, awaiting permitSS ee MOTORCYCLE AA 3 S S ee SIDEWALK AA 3 S S ee CANAL STREET AA 3 BOO WEEKLEY STARS ON PAR Boo Weekley, Willie Robertson, Larry the Cable Guy, Colt Ford, Jamey Johnson attend charity golf tourneyPHotos OTOS B y Y J ason ASON J and AND U ra RA | Press Gazette Willie Robertson, from A&E’s “Duck Dynasty,” takes a moment from the game to meet a young fan and snap a photo during a casual nine rounds of golf with friends at the Boo Weekley Charity Golf Tournament. See more photos from the tourney on B1 SS ee STARS AA 3 s SUMMER FOOTBALL, BAs S KETBALL CAMPs S TEACH FUNDAMENTALs S SPORTs S A5 INSIDE More photos from Boo’s star-packed show B1 WILLIE ROBERTSON COLT FORDJ J AMEY JJ O HH NSON LARRY THH E CABLE G UU Y

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Local A2 | Santa Rosa’s Press Gazette Wednesday, July 31, 2013 S T A TE O F FLO RID A D EP AR T MENT O F ENVIR O NMENT AL P R O TECTI O N N O TI CE O F AP P LI CA TI O N e D ep a r t m en t a nn o un ces r e cei p t o f a n a p p lic a t io n f o r a J o in t C o a s t a l P er mi t (Fi le N o 0220096-006-J C), p ur s u a n t t o C h a p t er 161 a n d P a r t IV o f C h a p t er 373, Flo r id a S t a t u t es, a n d f o r a u t h o r iza t io n t o u s e s o v er eig n s u b m er g e d l a n d s, p ur s u a n t t o C h a p t er 253, Flo r id a S t a t u t es. e a p p lic a n t i s Sa n t a R os a C o un t y B o a r d o f C o un t y C o mmi s sio n er s, a n d t h e p r o p os e d ac t i v i t y i s t o p l ace a p p r o xim a t e l y 1,200,000 c y o f m a t er i a l a lo n g 4.1 mi les o f s h o r e lin e w i t h a p r o p os e d o s h o r e b o r r o w a r e a lo c a t e d j u s t o v er 4 mi les s o u t h o f t h e l l p l acem en t si t e a t N a va r r e B e ac h in Sa n t a R os a C o un t y I f y o u h a v e a n y q ues t io n s r ega r din g t hi s a p p lic a t io n, y o u m a y co n t ac t T o m J aco bs o f t h e D ep a r t m en t, a t (850) 413-7785 o r b y em a i l a t t h o m a s.j aco bs@dep .s t a t e .u s. 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DIRECTV and the Cyclone Design logo are registered trademarks of DIRECTV Your Local Authorized DIRECTV Dealer 6012164 “Serving Santa Rosa County for o ver 13 Y ear s” including BC/BS Federal 6014242 D e la i n e A n d r e w s O w n e r S er v ice A d v i s o r Ti m L a n e L e ad T e c hnici a n 4335 Flor idat o wn Rd Milt on, FL 32571 (850) 994-991 5 T r ansmission & Car Car e www .Andr e wsT r ansmission.com W e r epair mor e than tr ansmissions Servicing Pace and Milton since 2000. 1 0% OFF LABOR BRING IN THIS AD AND RECEIVE Marilyn Jane Zecckine ne Faria peacefully placed her soul into the Lord’s hands on July 23, 2013. She was born and raised in California and moved to Pensacola in 1946 to live with her husband, Angelo. She was a devoted Catholic, a member of St. Rose of Lima in Milton where she resided for a number of years. She was a member of the Altar Society and Fleet Reserves. Mrs. Zecckine was rst a wife, mother and grandmother but spent time painting, gardening, knitting and sewing. She was a mentor back in 1958; she loved and respected her as if she were her own child. Until the last day of her life, she enhanced the lives of many. Because she had a warm heart, she helped many people, instrumental in so many reaching their potential. Her husband of 71 years, Angelo J. preceded her in death on Nov. 27, 2012. Also preceding her in death were three brothers and three sisters. She is survived by two sons, Gary Alan and Guido E.; and a daughter, Marilyn J. Brashier. She is also survived by many grandchildren; greatgrandchildren; and one greatgreat-grandchild. Surviving her also is a sister, Maxine Faria, currently residing in California. The family will receive friends at Oak Lawn Funeral Home on Wednesday, Aug. 1 from 6-8 p.m. with words of comfort by Rev. Shane Fickling. Funeral services will be at Oak Lawn Funeral Home on Thursday, Aug. 2, 2013 at noon with Father Richard Schamber ofciating. Burial will follow at Barrancas National Cemetery at 1:15 p.m. with Angela Minor, Sharon Marie Minor, Dianne P. Zecckine, Tyfanny O. Smith, Theresa Huffoner and Bobbjo Smith serving as pallbearers. Sincere thanks for the many calls, prayers and visits. To my forever love, Angelo: When our two souls stand up erect and strong, Face to face, silent, drawing nigh and nigher, Until the lengthening wings break into re At either curved point — what bitter wrong Can the earth do to us, that we should not long Be here contented? Think. In mounting higher, The angels would press on us and aspire To drop some golden orb of perfect song Into our deep, dear silence. Written by Elizabeth Barrett Browning. Angelo J. Zecckine went to his Lord Nov. 27, 2012. He was born in Pensacola on July 3, 1919, and lived here all his life. He served his country with distinction during WWII, Korean Conict and Vietnam Era receiving numerous decorations: American Area, Victory WWII, Good Conduct, American defense with “A” European/African3 stars. He received a Presidential Citation with star; Asiatic and Pacic Areas with six stars. He was a Chief Aviation Ordinance Man. He served in the Naval Reserve, New Orleans, on P2’s and P3’s. Zeke was honorably discharged and came home to work as a red snapper sherman and an insurance salesman. He was a member of the Escambia Lodge 15, York Rite Masons and a member of the Hadji Temple and the American Legion Post #78. Besides his immediate family surviving him, he was survived by three brothers, Guido Jr., Francis John and Lucius; and three sisters, Angelina Brown, Marietta Roche and Patsy Palmer, all of Pensacola. Preceding him in death was a brother, Anthony; and three sisters, Rosemary Lionhardt, Clara Speranza and Pamela Ann. Mr. Zecckine will be joined in eternal rest with his bride of 71 years on Aug. 2, 2013, at Barrancas National Cemetery. To my forever love, Marilyn: My own Beloved, who hast lifted me From this drear at of earth where I was thrown, And, in betwixt the languid ringlets, blown A life-breath, till the forehead hopefully Shines out again, as all the angels see, Before thy saving kiss! My own, my own, Who camest to me when the world was gone, And I who looked for only God, found thee! Written by Elizabeth Barrett Browning. National Cremation and Burial Society of Milton has been entrusted with the arrangements. Marilyn Jane Faria Zecckine 1924-2013 Obituaries Jimmy Jernigan passed away on Wednesday, July 24, 2013. He was retired from the Florida National Guard after 25 years of service. He worked with Gulf Life Insurance for many years before retiring as Sr. V.P. of Marketing “Zone B.” He became a homebuilder after retiring from Gulf Life. Jimmy was a Scottish Rite 32 degree Mason. He was also a deacon of Avalon Baptist Church. He was preceded in death by his son, Jeffrey Joe Jernigan; parents, Albert and Allie Jernigan; grandparents, James Hiram Jernigan and Nancy A. Smith Jernigan; sister, Peggy Laura York; daughter-in-law, Lora L. Jernigan and granddaughter, Stephanie Sheldon “Shelly” Jernigan. He is survived by his wife of 61 years, Faye Thompson Jernigan; son, Stephen L. Jernigan; brother, Flournoy Jernigan (Alva); sister, Kathleen Jernigan White; and numerous nieces, nephews, extended family and friends. Funeral services were at 2 pm, Saturday, July 27, 2013 at Faith Chapel Funeral Home South. Visitation was one hour prior to the service. Burial followed at Bayview Memorial Park Cemetery in the Masonic section. Pallbearers were members of his Sunday school class from the First Baptist Church in Milton. Faith Chapel Funeral Home South, 100 Beverly Parkway, Pensacola, is in charge of arrangements. You may express your condolences online at www.fcfhs.com. Jimmy Jernigan 1931-2013 SRMC BIR t T HS Karen LaVega Mareno and Gary Cooper Woodburg, Jr welcome a daughter, Phyona Elizabeth Mareno on July 24, 2013. Lyndi Ann and Robert Glen Hardy welcome a daughter, Lakyn Reese Hardy on July 24, 2013. Myrinda Ann Carver and Gary Franklin Madden, Jr. welcome a son, Kaiden Franklin Madden on July 26, 2013. Press Gazette BIR t T HD aA Y CLU bB July Jeni Senter: July 31 Christopher Tompkins: July 31 Shawn Nicholson: July 31 Christopher McGraw: July 31 Eli Corn: July 31 August Christopher Wheelis: Aug. 1 Jason Butts: Aug. 1 Landyn Armstrong: Aug. 3 Sheena Arnette: Aug. 3

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Local Santa Rosa’s Press Gazette| A3 Wednesday, July 31, 2013 w w w .gulfme d .com eral dollars administered by the Florida Department of Transpor tation, Blaylock said. An FDOT local agency program (LAP) provided for every aspect of the project, with design, consulting and inspection included. Santa Rosa County does not have any obligation to match funds. The LAP program funded similar projects such as the Florida Historic State Road 1 re construction, also known as the Red Brick Road. Jay secured $177,079.70 in funding through the FDOT LAP program last year, extending sidewalks in the town for transportation enhancement To qualify for the funding, the county had to adhere to strict federal guidelines in place, Blaylock said. The scope of the project was very detailed, and the project was updated as the county moved closer to the top of the list for funding. The guide lines dictated certain permits, the procurement of land, inspec tions, Equal Employment Op portunity standards and adher ence to a prevailing wage rate. Blaylock said the county ap plied for the FDOT LAP funding “years ago.” The Navy had initial reserva tions with increased foot trafc around the aireld, Blaylock said. But the county worked closely with the military in acquiring shared use of the land. “The Navy is a full partner with this,” Blaylock said. “We have worked every step of the way, be cause it is Navy property.” As part of the project, por tions of the aireld’s fence will be removed and replaced to ad dress security concerns, Blay lock said. The sidewalk will me ander around several large heri tage oak trees on North Spencer Field, preserving as many as possible. Panhandle Grading and Pav ing Inc. was awarded the con tract to perform the work. They have 270 days to complete the project, looking at a potential completion date of June 8, 2014, Blaylock said. MOTORCYCLE from page A1 Ofcer Dewayne Smith and Sgt. Jino Catalfu of the Milton Police Department move a Victory motorcycle from trafc after the rider crashed at the intersection of U.S. 90 and Glover Lane on Monday. The rider suffered minor injuries in the single-vehicle accident. JASON JANDURA | Press Gazette SIDEWALK from page A1 up in the initial demolition phase, it was trucked to a facility in Bagdad where it was crushed, resulting in a usable, recycled-concrete product. The project began con struction in May, creating some problems for local residents and commuters. Large trucks have been di verted to either Avalon Bou levard or Ward Basin Road as alternate routes. No one is accessing Interstate 10 via Canal Street during this period. “Probably the biggest issue we’ve had is the in crease of trafc with the by pass,” Watkins said. “Hope fully, it’ll be alleviated when we get the road open.” Residents attended City Council meetings to voice their complaints against the inux of trafc in the sur rounding neighborhoods. One resident, Kim Stevens, was concerned with trucks cutting through the detour, tearing up her yard on Bald win Street. Another resident, Maria Ard, pleaded with the coun cil to establish more of a po lice presence along Baldwin Street while the construc tion project continued. The Canal Street Project is a $700,000 infrastructure project funded by a Com munity Development Block Grant through the U.S. De partment of Housing and Urban Development. The project features the addition of curbs; wider turn lanes; sidewalks; buried utilities; and complete resurfacing of the road itself. Some portions of the original plan were deleted from the project to stay within budget, Watkins said. Landscaping and lamp posts were cut from the plans, trimming $103,000. They might be installed in the future if funding can be secured. CANAL from page A1 shake hands with the familiar fac es from TV. Adults seemed fairly excited to see the celebrities swing with the professionals. Ford used to be a professional golfer before entering the music industry as a country-rap artist. He and his teammate Larry the Cable Guy ended up winning the match. “It’s a great golf course,” Ford said. “I love it.” Robertson, better known as “Willie” from “Duck Dynasty,“ made a last-minute appear ance to play the nine holes. He popped into the clubhouse the second day to join the group. He said he attended the event last year, as well. “What town is this, again?” Robertson asked with a slight chuckle. “Oh yeah, Navarre, it’s great.” Dr. John Cloninger competed in the weekend’s 216-man shot gun tournament earlier in the day and stuck around to see the celebrities take a couple swings during the informal game. “It’s great they’re giving back to charity,” Cloninger said. “Boo’s bringing it back to town. It’s your boys out there.” The entire event beneted many local charities, including the Air Commandos Association, the Santa Rosa Kids House, Vi sion of Hope and the Christ’s Star sh Foundation. Each two-man team paid a $600 registration fee to compete in the tourney. Dona tions were also accepted, along with a silent auction held on site to raise funds for the charities. The two-day event ended with an entertainment event featur ing Larry the Cable Guy, Colt Ford and Dallas Davidson and The Peach Pickers on Saturday night. About 2,500 people attend ed the event Saturday night, said Hidden Creek General Manager David Taylor. They took the stage under a -acre, fully air-condi tioned tent on the golf course grounds. STARS from page A1 the light turn yellow and started slowing down, knowing the inter section was equipped with redlight violation cameras. He said he looked in the rear-view mirror and saw Biaggini losing control of his motorcycle. The SUV driver said he made the decision to proceed through the light to avoid being hit by the motorcycle. His vehicle rolled about halfway through the in tersection, and then he pulled off onto the shoulder, where he stopped. He said the driver of the motorcycle was moving and walk ing around after the accident. Biaggini crashed without hit ting any other vehicles. Milton police on scene said he suffered road rash to his arm and an open wound to the calf that likely would require stitches. Biaggini was transferred to the hospital via ambulance. The Victory motorcycle suf fered minimal damage to a foot peg and gear shifter, according to police. The damage was con sistent with a low-speed crash. The accident is under investi gation, though Milton Police said the driver of the gold Kia will not be ticketed for driving through the red light considering the circumstances.

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If we put ourselves into the shoes of racists who seek to sabotage black upward mobility, we couldn’t develop a more effective agenda than that followed by civil rights organizations, black politicians, academics, liberals and the news media. Let’s look at it. First, weaken the black family, but don’t blame it on individual choices. You have to preach that today’s weak black family is a legacy of slavery, Jim Crow and racism. The truth is that black female-headed households were just 18 percent of households in 1950, as opposed to about 68 percent today. In fact, from 1890 to 1940, the black marriage rate was slightly higher than that of whites. Even during slavery, when marriage was forbidden for blacks, most black children lived in biological two-parent families. In New York City, in 1925, 85 percent of black households were two-parent households. A study of 1880 family structure in Philadelphia shows that three-quarters of black families were two-parent households. During the 1960s, devastating nonsense emerged, exemplified by a Johns Hopkins University sociology professor who argued, “It has yet to be shown that the absence of a father was directly responsible for any of the supposed deficiencies of broken homes.” The real issue, he went on to say, “is not the lack of male presence but the lack of male income.” That suggests marriage and fatherhood can be replaced by a welfare check. The poverty rate among blacks is 36 percent. Most black poverty is found in female-headed households. The poverty rate among black married couples has been in single digits since 1994 and is about 8 percent today. The black illegitimacy rate is 75 percent, and in some cities, it’s 90 percent. But if that’s a legacy of slavery, it must have skipped several generations, because in the 1940s, unwed births hovered around 14 percent. Along with the decline of the black family comes anti-social behavior, manifested by high crime rates. Each year, roughly 7,000 blacks are murdered. Ninety-four percent of the time, the murderer is another black person. According to the Bureau of Justice Statistics, between 1976 and 2011, there were 279,384 black murder victims. Using the 94 percent figure means that 262,621 were murdered by other blacks. Though blacks are 13 percent of the nation’s population, they account for more than 50 percent of homicide victims. Nationally, the black homicide victimization rate is six times that of whites, and in some cities, it’s 22 times that of whites. I’d like for the president, the civil rights establishment, white liberals and the news media, who spent massive resources protesting the George Zimmerman trial’s verdict, to tell the nation whether they believe that the major murder problem blacks face is murder by whites. There are no such protests against the thousands of black murders. There’s an organization called NeighborhoodScout. Using 2011 population data from the U.S. Census Bureau, 2011 crime statistics from the FBI and information from 17,000 local law enforcement agencies in the country, it came up with a report titled “Top 25 Most Dangerous Neighborhoods in America.” (http:// tinyurl.com/cdqrev4) They include neighborhoods in Detroit, Chicago, Houston, St. Louis and other major cities. What’s common to all 25 neighborhoods is that their makeup is described as “Black” or “Mostly Black.” The high crime rates have several outcomes that are not in the best interests of the overwhelmingly lawabiding people in these neighborhoods. There can’t be much economic development. Property has a lower value, but worst of all, people can’t live with the kind of personal security that most Americans enjoy. Disgustingly, black politicians, civil rights leaders, liberals and the president are talking nonsense about “having a conversation about race.” That’s beyond useless. Tell me how a conversation with white people is going to stop black predators from preying on blacks. How is such a conversation going to eliminate the 75 percent illegitimacy rate? What will such a conversation do about the breakdown of the black family (though “breakdown” is not the correct word, as the family doesn’t form in the first place)? Only black people can solve our prob lems. Walter E. Williams is a professor of economics at George Mason University. Page 4 www.srpressgazette.com Wednesday, July 31, 2013 A Section O PINION Black self-sabotage What can you do for 2-2-2? LETTERS TO THE EDITOR GUEST COLUMNIST COLUMNIST MINORITY VIEWPOINT Walter Williams SPEAK OUT: CALL 623-5887 LETTERS TO THE EDITOR Letters must be typed and may be edited for content or to t the available space. For a letter to be published, you must sign your name and include your phone number and address so we may contact you for veri cation, if necessary. 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Dear Editor, The Fourth Amendment to the Constitution says The right of the people to be secure in their persons, houses, papers, and effects, against unreasonable searches and seizures, shall not be violated, and no Warrants shall issue, but upon probable cause, supported by Oath or af rmation, and particularly describing the place to be searched, and the persons or things to be seized. Miller believes the federal government should know every phone call, every text message, every email, every photo, every time you get on the Internet even though you haven’t done anything wrong. We sent Miller to Congress to have LESS government intrusion in our lives, not MORE. But Miller believes we should pay for it because Jeff Miller voted “No” on the Amash Amendment to defund the NSA surveillance on you, me and all of us. Remember this next primary season. Do you want someone as your Congressional representative who follows the Constitution? Or Miller who believes you should pay for your government to spy on you? Margaret Albrecht Pensacola Dear Editor, When a black was elected President, I was thrilled, thinking “only in America!” Sadly, Obama was the wrong one being for same sex marriage, abortion, diametrically opposing God, wanting to redistribute wealth (destroying the work ethic). Twice I voted for Alan Keyes, black, God-fearing, Christ-honoring. He would make an excellent president! I reiterate Sharpton and Jackson don’t deserve the “Reverend” title. They radiate hatred perpetuating division! No surprise the former instigating 100 rallies or the latter cheating on his wife, fathering a baby. Sharpton, using the Zimmerman case to promote racism, is like Shakespeare’s Shylock wanting his pound of esh! Called to God reverends who are genuinely concerned about men’s souls are busy about the Father God’s business in these end times, not being politically active! Race-baiters label Zimmerman a gun-carrying racist. He is not! If he were, he would have shot Martin on initial contact instead of when he was being beaten into the ground fearing for his life. It was self-defense! Genuine “reverends” know the only answer to racism is propagating the gospel of Jesus Christ. When hearts and minds are changed, new birth, there will be fewer black on black killings and fewer blacks incarcerated! Thank God the blacks I know, love, and worship with are nothing like the two aforementioned! God Bless us all as only He can! Chrys Holley Milton Saturday 11:32 a.m. Yeah, I would just like to say thank you to the Mayor for looking into this log truck situation. They’re very dangerous. They travel through our county because the DOT watches them so close on Highway 29. Why should we have to suffer for all these things turning over because they’re driving really bad for the load that they are carrying. I just think the mayor’s doing a good thing. They ought to pass an ordinance---if the timber ain’t coming from our county, they don’t need to pass through our county. Thank you. Saturday 12:50 p.m. This is Joyce in Milton, regarding Saturday’s Press Gazette: County of cials want a tax hike to pay for employee’s raises. Santa Rosa County Constitutional Of cers---I don’t even know what that is---but they but they want me to pay higher property taxes so that their employees can get a salary raise. I have grandchildren in Pace and Milton working at minimum wage. They barely make ends meet and I do not want to pay higher property taxes on my property so that somebody that’s making $20,000, $30,000, or $40,000 a year can get a pay raise. Saturday 4:16 p.m. Hello Press Gazette. Jim here. Just read where Bobby was inquiring as to why the ambulance driver was not cited. And your comment was---We anticipate a follow-up story. There should be no follow up story. Here’s a news ash for you. Any other city in the United States, that driver would have been given a citation for failure to maintain control of one’s vehicle. Not only is that a state law, but it also a city law. So, there are two people at fault here. The ambulance driver and the police of cer who failed to give that driver a citation. Shame, shame on the Milton Police Department for playing favoritism. Thank you Speak Out for listening to me. Saturday 4:47 p.m. Yeah, this is Bobby. I was reading in the Saturday paper, about all the hogs at the trough want another raise with our money. Want to raise taxes. Well, a lot of people ain’t getting a raise, they ain’t even got a job. I was wondering if you would print the names and when they were up for election again for everybody that’s up there going along with that. The County Commission could charge a little rent on some of these buildings they let go for nothing, or sell them or something. Instead, they let the people rent the building for $15 a year. And then they turn right around and want to jack the taxes up. If they got too many buildings, they need to sell them and use the money. Thank you. By Ken Johnson What do you call 200 pairs of shoes, 200 hundred pair of underwear, and 200 socks for needy neighborhood children? At East Milton Assembly of God, they call it the “2-2-2” program. This project is from an idea that Pastor Brad Odom had after seeing the need in the local community. According to Pastor Brad, “There are 750 students who attend the East Milton Elementary School (the church’s neighbors) and many of these children return to school with shoes that don’t fit or are beyond repair. Also, children in our community have a basic need of socks and underwear. I believe the Lord impressed upon me to bless the elementary school with 200 pairs of shoes, 200 packs of socks and 200 packs of underwear.” “Impressed” is rather mild. What Pastor Brad means is that he, and his church, laid shoes, socks, and underwear at their altar and prayed for the community to join together. But, can one trust some country pastor saying that God gave him a need to fill? Evidently, the message had merit to it as Marsha Pugh, Guidance Counselor for East Milton Elementary School noted, “Many of our students do not have the opportunity to start to school with basic necessities such as new socks, shoes, and under garments. They rely on the generosity of local organizations and loving individuals to contribute to their needs.” Pugh went on to note that the school has a very high percentage (around 85 %) of free and reduced lunches. She contended that many of the families of their students are either homeless or doubled up with other families. Pugh said, “Understanding poverty in our own backyards is very difficult for a lot of people. Many do not have any idea what some of our students go through just to get to school. In some instances, school is the safest and most consistent place for many of our students.” Pugh went on to say, “For some of our students’ breakfast and lunch served at school is the only hot meal they receive. In addition, East Milton Elementary has one of the largest ESE departments in Santa Rosa County – helping many underprivileged children with special learning needs.” Already, thanks to some marvelous blessings by local businesses, individuals, and a local church, the 22-2 program has exceeded its goal on shoes and now is only in need of 100 packs each of underwear and socks. So, what can you do for 2-2-2? Well, the church has made it easy for people to participate. If you are busy, and don’t have time to shop and drop the items off, you can donate to the church via PayPal through their website at www. eastmilton.org. If you are a shopper, you can purchase the items yourself and drop them off at: East Milton Assembly of God, 5174 Ward Basin Road, Milton, FL 32583. Should you wish to do something otherwise, they have a 2-2-2 Facebook page, that you can link to from their website, where you can offer services to help buy, pick-up, etc.

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www.srpressgazette.com Wednesday, July 31, 2013 A Section S PORTS By BECKY BONDURANT Special to the Press Gazette The 19th annual Pace High Football Camp under the direction of Coach Mickey Lindsey, his numerous staff, assistants and his senior football players hosted more than 70 boys ages 7 through 14 for a three-day football camp in the Patriot Football Stadium. Rich in excellence and tradition, Lindsey and his staff demonstrated, corrected and coached these potential football stars on the fundamentals of football. The coaches provided individualized instruction in offensive and defensive techniques, as well as stretching and weightlifting. Campers were exposed to proper tackling, blocking, passing, receiving and ball carrying techniques. The coaching staff also introduced them to the vision of playing high school football along with the prospective contemplation of what football can do for them after high school. The staff emphasized that it requires unlimited hours of instruction and practice to develop into a skilled football player. The campers had use of the weight room, practice elds as well as the Patriot Stadium. Their football camp experience consisted of watching highlight lms of football, practicing, instruction, competition, a treasured T-shirt and a pizza party. Page 5 By BECKY BONDURANT Special to the Press Gazette Since 1992, Coach Murray Rutledge has tried to teach passion, passion for a game that he loves and wants to encourage within the children around him and prospective Milton High School basketball players. He demonstrates this passion during the school year and particularly during basketball season. For the past 21 years Rutledge, along with many other Panther basketball fanatics consisting of former boys basketball coach Tim Short and many others devote one week each summer to teaching the philosophy and the fundamentals of basketball. Anyone can pick up a basketball and play, but learning the fundamentals of the game is the most important thing to being a great basketball player, and this is the passion behind the annual Milton High Basketball camp. Basketball players must learn footwork, how to handle the ball, dribbling, basic dribble moves, passing and catching, shooting correctly, defensive techniques, rebounding, along with cutting and screening. Rutledge and his staff attempt to introduce and develop those skills during their camp, and they also teach the campers general basketball terminology, history and the mental aspects of the game. More than 70 boys and girls from age 6 through high school bene ted from the camp and learned an enormous amount about the competition and the passion for basketball. PHOTOS BY BECKY BONDURANT | Special to the Press Gazette ABOVE: Campers practice controlling the basketball by rotating the ball around their bodies. BELOW: Milton High School Basketball Camp had more than 70 campers learning the fundamentals of basketball. Rutledge offers love of game at MHS basketball camp The heat did not defer the spirit during the annual Pace High Football Camp. Campers soaked in the water and continued to learn the fundamentals of football. PHOTOS BY BECKY BONDURANT | Special to the Press Gazette Lindsey shares excellence at PHS football camp SOFTBALL TEAM WINS WORLD SERIES SPECIAL TO THE PRESS GAZETTE A local fast-pitch softball team won the USSSA 2013 World Series 14U Fastpitch Softball Tournament in Gulf Shores, Ala. Top row: Bryce Miller, Pace; Hadley Starratt, Cantonment; Destiny Herring, Jay; Samantha Kummer, Pace; Morgan Bolen, Cantonment; Kristin Quina, Cantonment. Bottom row: Kaili Okahashi, Pace; Paige Palmer, Cantonment; Savannah Rowell, Cantonment; Mallory Miller, Cantonment; Meagan Jones, Cantonment. Coaches: Randy Miller, Sean Starratt, Pete Kummer and John Quina. Summer camps teach fundamentals Activities can be found at www.srpressgazette.com. Look for the box called Things to Do. LOOKING FOR SUMMER FUN? PHOTOS BY BECKY BONDURANT | Special to the Press Gazette ABOVE: Despite the heat, the Pace High School band practices are precisely detailed and choreographed with every second used to prepare for the bands 20132014 Sneak Preview at 6 p.m. Aug. 2 in the PHS Football Stadium. The band members are dedicated and excited and are using their last few days of summer vacation preparing for the upcoming football season. RIGHT: The Milton Marching Band was not worried about sudden downpours or humidity; they were focused on being prepared for the opening night of football season. The Milton High Panthers season will begin Aug. 22 at Navarre. The team will debut at home Aug. 30 against the Crestview Bulldogs. BANDS GET IN STEP FOR SEASON

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Local A6 | Santa Rosa’s Press Gazette Wednesday, July 31, 2013 Special to the Press Gazette U.S. Coast Guard Aux iliary Flotilla 1-8, “Guard ians of the Blackwater,” in partnership with the City of Milton Fire Department, will offer About Boating Safely, their premier boat er safety class at the City of Milton Fire Department on Aug. 10. This eight-hour class covers basic legal require ments for boaters, boat ing safety, elements of boat handling, as well as how to handle some com mon boating emergencies. There is an examination at the end of the class. A pass ing score will make the boater eligible for a State of Florida Boating ID card, a requirement for boaters younger than 25 years of age to operate a boat alone in state waters. The class will begin at 9 a.m. Aug. 10 in the Train ing Room of the City of Milton Fire Department, 5321 Stewart St. in Milton. The class materials cost $35 per person, or $35 per family (up to four) shar ing a book. To register, or for any questions, contact FSO-PE Jerry Damico at 791-1266. Special to the Press Gazette The City of Milton Fire Department will again of fer its Community CPR and AED course Saturday. It will also offer their Basic First Aid course the same day. These four-hour classes will teach students the sim ple skills necessary to pro vide basic life support, in cluding recognition of signs of sudden cardiac arrest, heart attack, stroke and foreign-body obstruction, as well as cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) and debrillation with an auto mated external debrilla tor (AED). This program is intended for community members and people who do not work in the health care eld but are required or just desire to have First Aid, CPR and AED knowl edge and skills. Students who successfully complete the course(s) will receive certication through Amer ican Safety and Health Institute. The CPR/AED class costs $15 and will begin at 8 a.m. Saturday. The First Aid class costs $15 and will begin at the conclusion of the CPR class. Both classes will be in the Training Room of the City of Milton Fire Department, 5321 Stewart St. Space is limited. Those wishing to attend should call 983-5430 to reserve a seat. Pre-payment is re quested in order to insure a seat and to obtain a student handbook to prepare for the class. SPECIAL TO THE PP REss SS GAZETTE S.S. Dixon Intermediate School student Katie Crounse is getting excited about returning to school and wanted to make sure other students were as fortunate as she is by having school supplies. Cram the Van for school supplies was at the Pea Ridge Wal-Mart collecting donations to help students of Santa Rosa County have the supplies they need for school. Student leaders from Hobbs Middle, Avalon Middle, and Pace High School were on hand to accept donations for the Back to School Cram the Van at the Pea Ridge Wal-Mart. CRAM THE VAN Boaters Safety Class offered in MiltonMM ilton Fire Department to hold CPRCPR class WANT TO gG O? When: 9 a.m. Aug. 10 Where: Training Room of the City of Milton Fire Department, 5321 Stewart St. in MiltonCC ost: $35 WANT TO gG O? When: 8 a.m. Saturday Where: Training Room of the City of Milton Fire Department, 5321 Stewart St. in MiltonCC ost: $15

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Santa Rosa’s Press Gazette| A7 Wednesday, July 31, 2013 Sports Special to the Press Gazette Football season is around the corner, and preparations are underway for the upcoming Gulf Coast Youth Sports Association season. While the players are preparing to take to the gridiron, some of the team’s biggest supporters — the cheerleaders — have been getting ready for the upcoming season as well. For the past week, Milton High School’s varsity squad has been volunteering at the Milton Community Center to teach their younger counterparts the basics of cheerleading and the cheers themselves. More than 100 girls ages 5 to 14 have been participating in the weeklong camp, which will culminate later this year when the girls cheer at an upcoming Milton High School football game. Just a few of the things taught at the camp besides some of the basics are the cheers the high school varsity does at the Panthers’ football games on Friday night with the Mighty Black and Gold Band and other long-standing traditional cheers. Football season for the Panthers will get underway Aug. 31 with the start of the regular GCYSA season. CHEER CAMP A HUGE SUCCESS

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L IFESTYLE www.srpressgazette.com Wednesday, July 31, 2013 B Page 1 Section Boo Weekley looks for the right club for his next shot during his charity golf festival, playing an informal round with celebrity friends. Larry the Cable Guy poses with fans near the end of nine holes of play with celebrity cohorts. Fans mingled with the stars, taking the opportunity to snap a photo with the celebrities. Willie Robertson chats with fans before teeing off on this hole. He is the CEO of Duck Commander, a company specializing in making duck calls. Larry the Cable Guy high ves a young fan who rode up on a bicycle. Larry challenged the fan to a dance competition on the fairway. JASON JANDURA | Press Gazette Willie Robertson, CEO of Duck Commander and star of “Duck Dynasty” lines up a chip shot on the seventh hole of the Hidden Creek golf course in Navarre. Putt COMMANDER Celebs tee off for charity golf tournament ‘Duck Dynasty’ review So one night about two months ago, I couldn’t sleep. Of course, I grabbed the remote and started ipping through the channels. I come across this show ... there are a bunch of bearded men with southern accents, looking a bit like ZZ Top ... and one of them is trying to teach a teenage girl, I have to assume is his daughter, how to drive. They set up some garbage cans in the parking lot so she can practice parallel parking. She fails miserably, hits one of the cans and when it falls over, garbage spills into the parking lot. Of course, as a viewer, I didn’t expect the can to be in use. It looked like it was new, just used for the set. I have never laughed so much — aloud — at a television show. The setup is redneck, slow Southern drawl, but it is smart and funny, well timed and with subtle humor and physical gags. “Duck Dynasty.” Who would have thought? I didn’t watch it again for a few weeks, but when I did, it was a little marathon so I got a full dose. It really is funny. Really. Life is too serious. I needed something ridiculous to make me laugh. A bunch of grown men in a water hazard pond in the middle of the golf course hunting big bullfrogs so they can take them home to cook and eat is so ridiculous. Then they are caught by the rent-a-cop security guard in a golf cart. One of the older guys in the group just climbs out of the pond and walks away into the woods without saying a thing. Someone in the pond mumbles something about him learning to do that in the ’70s. So they are all hauled in by the security of cer, and you can see there are no frogs. Makes me laugh just thinking about it. After they are released, they are driving home, and alongside the road they nd the old guy walking with a bag of frogs over his shoulder. Now mind you, I am a person who does not laugh at “The Three Stooges.” I can watch “I Love Lucy” without cracking a smile. I almost got divorced over how stupid the “Airplane” movie is. And only one or two things out of all the “Monty Python” movies make me smile. I just don’t like planned humor. But “Duck Dynasty” appears to be delivered without the intent of humor. It is handed out as voyeurism at its nest, inside the life of unassuming modest hillbilly rednecks who don’t care that they are wealthy. They just want frogs for dinner. I love it. LYNNE HOUGH Woman on the Edge

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The Mobile USCG headquarters provided a nice farewell ceremony for retiring Captain Don Rose and a welcome for incoming Captain Sam “Duke” Walker. Many maritime indus try leaders and represen tatives from local, state, and federal maritime law enforcement agencies were in attendance. OKALOOSA COUNTY Ofcers Arnette, Mur phy, and Lewis responded to the Blackwater River near Bryant Bridge after receiving information that two canoes with eleven people, including children, had capsized. A severe thunderstorm was passing through which made the response challenging. The river was ooded and very swift due to re cent multiple days of rain which caused the canoes to capsize. The ofcers located all the occupants who were wet and cold, but safe along the river’s bank. Additionally, ofcers located the canoe occu pants’ personal belong ings and retrieved the submerged canoes. Everyone was safely transported back to their original launch site. OKALOOSA COUNTY COPS Ofcers Maltais and Molnar addressed a group from the Defense Threat Reduction Agency (USSTRACOM) at the Hurlburt Field conference center. Twenty four person nel, newly stationed to the area, were briefed on boating, shing and hunting opportunities and regulations. Information on the Northwest Region’s State Forests and Parks were provided. FRANKLI I N COUNTY Resource Protection Service (RPS) Ofcers Allen and Gore received information that two individuals were shing a seine net on the beach side of Bald Point State Park. When they arrived on the scene, they set up surveillance on two indi viduals who were shing two nets. During the surveil lance, they determined the individuals were shing with two monola ment gill nets. They observed the individuals working the nets pulling crabs and sh from the net. Ofcers Allen and Gore approached the in dividuals and identied themselves. Two monolament nets were seized and the case was turned over to the State Attorney’s Ofce for prosecution. RPS Ofcers Allen and Gore were on patrol in St. George Island State Park when they observed two individuals cast netting on the bay side of the park. Further surveillance revealed that one of the individuals fishing was a repeat resource offender. The subject’s recre ational and commercial fishing license is revoked for net fishing violations. They continued sur veillance and when the individuals quit fishing, the officers identified themselves and conduct ed a resource stop. The individual with the revoked license was in possession of a quantity of fish which included an undersized black drum. The subject was ar rested and booked into the Franklin County Jail for fishing on a revoked saltwater products li cense and possession of an undersized black drum. While on night patrol, RPS Officers Allen and Gore observed a boat in the East Point Channel operating without naviga tion lights. Surveillance was set up on the vessel. There were two oc cupants on board and the individuals were observed harvesting oysters off of exposed oyster bars in the Channel. Harvesting oysters in this area is prohibited. The officers watched as the individuals har vested several bags of unculled oysters, brought them back to the boat ramp and hid them. When the boat re turned back to the boat ramp with more oysters, the officers identified themselves to the boat operator and passenger. The operator of the boat took off running into the water, but Officer Gore was able to appre hend him. Seven large bags of oysters were seized and returned back to the wa ter alive. 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Local Santa Rosa’s Press Gazette| B3 Wednesday, July 31, 2013 F ef e and F r ogs P ar t y B outique is the ultima t e par t y destina tion t o c elebr a t e an y oc casion, fr om y our little pr inc ess ’ bir thda y t o y our t eens S w eet 16 c elebr a tion. W e specializ e in cr ea ting ev en ts tha t ar e fun, st ylish, and memor able! NO PL ANNING NO SHOPPING NO HASSLE NO CLEAN UP . JUST SIT B A CK AND TREASURE Y OUR D A UGHTER ’ S SPECIAL D A Y Y our daugh t er and her b ’ s will enjo y 2hrs of r elaxa tion and fun in an en vir onmen t cr ea t ed just f or little g ir ls W e pr ide ourselv es in pr o viding the utmost cust omer ser vic e t o the pr inc ess and her par en ts W e w an t y our little pr inc ess t o enjo y her bir thda y while getting an imag inar y f eel of wha t it ’ s like t o ha v e the spa e xper ienc e on a k iddie lev el W e o er some g ir ly g ir l r etail pla yful spa ser vic es and pamper ing themed par ties f or pin t -siz e pa tr ons Y our Div a ’ s & P r inc esses will be ask ing t o r etur n again and again! A nd wha t g ir l w ould w an t t o lea v e without mak ing her v er y o wn lip Gloss ic e cr eam sundae sugar scrub per fume or lotion? A t F efe a nd F r o gs w e b eliev e in the P o w er of Girls The Univ ersal La ngu age of Lau ght er a nd The Magic of Sha r e d Moments! I t ’ s tak ing a moment t o c elebr at e b eing a girl a nd all that c omes with it I t ’ s not just ab out dr essing up ha ir a nd mak e -up; althou gh ask a 7 y ea r old a nd this is what it ’ s ALL ab out! e U l t ima t e G irls P a r t y B o u t i q u e! TR UNK S H O W featuring K A THE Y ’ S KIDS A ctiv e with school, chur ch and comm unit y activities she sa y s the tr uc k sho w will sho w case her line f or Bac k t o School, Game D a y F all and will e v en include a sneak peek at what’ st o-come f or Hallo w een, Thanksgiving and Chr istmas K athe y is a mom of soon t o be eight w onderful childr en. She descr ibes her self as ‘in lo v e with lif e m y God, m y husband and m y passion f or se wing’ She has al w a y s dab b led in se wing b ut no w she has made it her full time car eer She not es “ I h a ve a wo n de r f u l f a m i l y a n d h o m e i n P e n s a c o la, F l wh e r e I rs t s t a r t e d K a t h e y ’ s S e a m. ” Sa t., A ugu s t 3r d 2013 10 a m t o 4 p m Also of f er ed: one of a kind, samples open st oc k, and special or der s ...all with special discounts Come meet K athey and see what she can cr eat e f or y our lit tle pr ince or pr incess R efr eshments will be serv ed.

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Local B4 | Santa Rosa’s Press Gazette Wednesday, July 31, 2013 WELCOMING NE W P AT IEN TS Joshua Davis, M .D. Pat Hill, A.R. N P. Joyce N ichols, A.R. N P. M onica N all, M .D. V ™— —  ‹ } £  ™ ‘ | p ˆ  † £ “ ~ { p † — ~ wp ‘ { |  ‘ “ — C 6015132 1654406 2091545 By Brenda Gabbert Special to the Press Gazette The 47th Annual Farm Tour (200 to 250 people) began with breakfast at 7:30 a.m., on July 18 at the Santa Rosa County Extension Ofce, Milton. After breakfast, it was on to the Clear Creek Farm in Mil ton; arriving at about 8:35 a.m. At about 9:30 a.m., the Farm Tour ar rived at the (UF/IFAS WFREC) Ex perimental Field to learn about Corn Production, Deer Crop Damage, and to take a break. The Farm Tour arrived at the Farmer’s Opry in Chumuckla at about 1 a.m. to see 4-H and FFA Youth Projects, eat lunch, and to recognize the Keith Campbell Family, the Farm Family of the Year. At about 1:30 p.m., the Tour ar rived at the Jimmy Nelson Farm and Flying Service for Crop Spray ing Demonstrations with the help of Smith Tractor. Around 2:25 p.m., the  three large buses, along with cars and trucks, ar rived with the Farm Tour to visit Gab bert Farm.  They came to see the restored antique farm equipment, 1930s Farm Museum, and the 1940s Gabbert Im plement Museum, a replica of a 1940s John Deere Dealership.   Gene Gabbert gave them the history of his family coming to Jay, becoming a John Deere Dealer in August, 1975, moving his family to Jay in January, 1977, and about col lecting and restoring antique farm equipment.   He also told of  the death of his youngest daughter from cancer in March, 1990, and the beginning of the Peanut Festival in October, 1990.  He invited everyone to this year’s 24th annual Peanut Festival October 5-6. After leaving the Gabbert Farm, it was back into the buses, cars and trucks to travel on to Holland Farms, arriving at about 3:15 p.m.  Bruce Holland and his family spe cialize in growing and selling peanuts.  Holland Farms supply all the green peanuts sold at the Peanut Festival. After visiting Holland Farms, it was back on the road again after a full day of fun and information.  The Farm Tour arrived back at the Santa Rosa County Extension Ofce at about 4:30 p.m. Central Santa Rosa Republican Club meets Aug. 1 On August 1st The Central Santa Rosa Republican Club will be holding its monthly meeting at the Red Barn on highway 90 Milton. The club meets the rst Thursday of each month. The meeting is open to the public and you are encouraged to visit and enjoy the fellowship of likeminded community members who are to working at the grassroots level to ensure good government both locally and at the national level. The meeting starts at 6:30 p.m. and is preceded by a no host meal starting at 5:30 p.m. This month’s guest speaker will be Donald C. Spencer, Clerk of Court’s Santa Rosa County. The meeting will conclude at 7:30 p.m. For more information or if you have any questions please call 292 8264 between 9 a.m. and 3 p.m. week days. Milton Garden Club annual coffee Aug. 15 Milton Garden Club, Inc. 5256 Alabama Street, Milton, will hold their Annual Welcome Coffee Thursday, Aug. 15. Current members and guests are welcome. Event will be from 10 a.m. to noon. If you are interested in learning more about gardening, oral design, civic involvement, the many programs planned for the coming year and much, much more please join us. For additional information call 675-0305 or 626-2003. Special Olympics offers free fall sports for intellectual, developmentally disabled Good news! Special Olympics Fall Sports are starting soon, offering FREE training and competition opportunities in Bowling, Gymnastics and Powerlifting for children and adults (8 years old and up) with intellectual and developmental disabilities. Bowling training will be held at Avalon Bowling Center in Milton, Cordova Lanes and Liberty Lanes in Pensacola. Gymnastics is hosted at First City Gym in Pace and Powerlifting is hosted at Riviera Fitness in Pensacola. We are currently accepting applications for new athletes in these programs. New volunteers are also welcome to join us. Volunteers are vital to the Special Olympics movement; they enable us to offer sports training and competition while providing our athletes the opportunity to grow and showcase their skills. The Special Olympics movement can ultimately transform communities by inspiring people to open their minds, accept and include people with intellectual disabilities, and thereby celebrate the similarities common to all people. We invite you to participate in this unique partnership with Special Olympics to celebrate diversity and promote inclusion in our community. To learn more and get involved with Special Olympics today, visit www.specialolympicsescambia. or g or contact Jessica Barrale at jessicabarrale@ specialolympicsescambia.or g City of Milton Meetings The City of Milton’s City Council will meet in Executive Session and as the Board of Directors of Sundial Utilities on Monday, Aug. 5, at 4 p.m. in Council Chambers of City Hall, 6738 Dixon Street. The City of Milton’s City Council will meet in Regular Session on Tuesday, Aug. 13, at 5 p.m. in Council Chambers of City Hall, 6738 Dixon Street. All meetings are open to the public. For further information on the meeting, contact the City Manager’s Ofce at 983-5411. News BRIEFS Tour visits Gabbert’s Farm Special to the Log Friends and family of Miss Chloe Channell have scheduled a send off party in anticipation of her trip to New York to participate in America’s Got Talent live television shows. The send off party will be Friday, August 2nd, from 5 – 7 p.m. at the Pace Community Center on Chu muckla Highway. Fried sh dinners will be served. Chloe will be available for photos and to sign autographs. Although Americas Got Talent provides travel expenses for Chloe and one parent, donations to defray family expenses will be greatly appreciated. Chloe’s family would like to extend an invitation to all county ofcials, employees, chamber members and residents to join us during this excit ing time and help send our very own Santa Rosa resident off to New York! Meet and support America’s Got Talent Pace singer Chloe Channell Special to the Log MILTON — The Milton High School Quarterback Club announces their upcoming 4th Annual Big Cat Jamboree and Fish Fry. The event, aimed to increase quarterback club memberships, will take place at Milton High’s Haywood Hannah Stadium on Friday, August 16 and feature scrimmages between the City of Milton and East Milton youth leagues, starting at 5 p.m., followed by high school squads at 7 p.m. Gates open and the sh fry begin at 4 p.m. Admission is free for new & renewing members and $3 for others, except league players and children seven years & under, who will be admitted free. Additionally, members will receive two free sh dinners, which will be sold to the general public for $10 each. There will be a small concession open for other items. Individuals interested in volunteering with the Quarterback Club are encouraged to contact Volunteer Coordinator Wanda Harris at 712-2070. I fF Y oO U G oO ... WHO: Milton High School Quarterback Club WHAT: 4th Annual Big Cat Jamboree & Fish Fry WHEN: Friday, Aug. 16; 4 p.m. gates open & sh fry begins; 5 p.m. youth league scrimmages; 7 p.m. high school scrimmages WHERE: Milton High’s Haywood Hannah Stadium, located at the intersection of Raymond Hobbs & Byrom Streets COST: Free for members; $3 admission for others, except league players and children 7 & under admitted free; $10 sh dinners. MORE INFO: Bill Price 736-6697 Milton High Quarterback Club’s 4th Annual Big Cat Jamboree and Fish Fry set for Aug. 16

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Local Santa Rosa’s Press Gazette| B5 Wednesday, July 31, 2013 SANT A R O S A P R E SS GAZE T TE FI ND U S ON F A CE BO OK sr pr essgaz ett e FOLL OW U S O N T WIT TE R F r ank & Ernest Big Na t e G rizz w ells S oup T o Nuts M oder a t ely C onfused ANSWERS K it n C arlyle (L if es t y li s t a n d a u t h o r H a r r iet t e C o le i s p r esiden t a n d cr e a t i v e dir e c t o r o f H a r r iet t e C o le M e di a. Y o u c a n s en d q ues t io n s t o a s k h a r r iet t e@h a r r iet t e co le .co m o r c/o U ni v er s a l U c lic k, 1130 W a ln u t S t., K a n s a s Ci t y M O 64106.) SENSE & SENSITIVIT Y b y Harriett e C ole BO Y FRIEND REQUEST S W OM AN ST OP SEEING FRIENDS DEAR HARRIET TE : M y bo yfr iend and I ha v e been t ogether f or about v e mon ths He w or ks fr om 3 p .m. t o 11 p .m. I ’ v e been fr iends with his br other f or v e y ears and with his sist er -in-la w f or 20 y ears H is br other and I almost da t ed a f ew y ears ago and his sist er -in-la w and m y bo y fr iend da t ed in the past E v er y time I go o v er t o their house t o hang out with them while he ’ s a t w or k he seems t o get upset about it T hey ha v e childr en ar ound m y daugh t er ’ s age so she can pla y with her fr iends I ’ v e asked him wha t his pr oblem is with me going o v er when he ’ s a t w or k and he said he doesn ’ t ha v e a pr oblem with it I don ’ t go o v er when he ’ s home because I w an t us t o ha v e alone time then. I ’ m not sur e whether t o see them an ymor e or not -T or n, Shr ev epor t L a. DEAR T ORN: I t sounds like y our c ombined r ela tionships with y our bo yfr iend ’ s family ar e la y er ed t o sa y the least Y our bo yfr iend ma y c onsciously or ev en unc onsciously be a bit c onc er ned tha t y ou being a t their home without him ma y lead t o some k ind of in timac y I s tha t a fair c onc er n? W ho k no w s? O ut of r espec t f or him, y ou should honor his wishes and not go o v er ther e r igh t no w I nst ead go with him the ne x t time y ou ar e t ogether E v en though it seems c oun t er in tuitiv e it isn ’ t Giv e up a little alone time t o spend as a family with y our daugh t er and all of them. L et y our bo yfr iend get c omf or table ar ound ev er y one O nc e he f eels a t ease he ma y change his mind about being OK with y ou going ther e with out him.

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ClassifiedsB6 | Santa Rosa’s Press Gazette Wednesday, July 31, 2013 10666873 Stewart’s Tractor Works & Land Clearing, Inc. Tree & Stump Removal from trimming to takedown. Debris removal & Storm Clean-Up. Demolition & Hauling. Land Clearing. Backhoe & Trackhoe Work. Heavy Brush & Forestry Mowing. Tree work done by man lift. 516-1801 or 675-4291 Licensed & Insured Free Estimates PAUL STEWART COKER’S LAWN & TRACTOR SERVICE From trimming to tractor work. Clean-ups, raking, hauling, mowing, bushhogging, dirt work. Reasonable rates, free estimates. (850) 623-0493 (850) 485-7977 Fully Licensed Dependable Housekeeper Over 20 years of experience! References Available 850-995-0009 Spot Advertising works! 7/1036 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE FIRST JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR SANTA ROSA COUNTY, FLORIDA FAMILY LAW DIVISION Case No. 2013-642-DR IN RE: The Marriage of ASHLEY MICHELLE FLOYD Petitioner/Wife, and CHRISTOPHER AARON FLOYD Respondent/Husband NOTICE OF ACTION To: Mr. Christopher Floyd ADDRESS UNKNOWN YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that an action for Dissolution of Marriage has been filed against you and you are required to serve a copy of your written defenses, if any, to it on Laura Spencer Coleman, Esquire, Petitioner’s attorney, whose address is 5228 Elmira Street, Milton, Florida 32570 on or before the 30th day of August, 2013, which is at least thirty (30) days after the first publication of this Notice which first publication date was on the 31th day of July, 2013. The original answer should be filed with the clerk of this court either before service on Petitioner’s attorney or immediately thereafter. If you fail to do so, a default will be entered against you for the relief demanded in the petition. Copies of all court documents in this case, including orders, are available at the Clerk of the Circuit Court’s office. You may review these documents upon request. You must keep the Clerk of the Circuit Courts office notified of your current address. Future papers in this lawsuit will be mailed to the address on record at the Clerk’s office. This notice shall be published once each week for four consecutive weeks in the Santa Rosa Press Gazette newspaper of general circulation in Santa Rosa County, Florida. IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto set my hand and affixed the official seal of said Court at Milton, Santa Rosa County, Florida on this 23 day of July, 2013. DONALD C. SPENCER Clerk of the Circuit Court Circuit Court Seal By: Brenda Lambrisky DEPUTY CLERK 7/31, 8/7, 8/14, & 8/21/2013 7/1036 7/1039 NOTICE OF SALE The following vehicle will be sold to the highest bidder to satisfy the lien on the vehicle for towing and storage fees owed. The sale will be held 10:00 am (cst) on August 12, 2013, at JR’S Paint & Body, 5933 Graham Lane, Milton in Santa Rosa County in the State of Florida. If the owner cares to recover said vehicle they may bring the amount of the charges in cash only before the date and time 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 Year: 2000 Make: Chevrolet Model: Silverado VIN: 2GCEC19T2Y1326124 The registered and/or legal owner(s) are: OWNER: Nathan John Aberle 5215 Mary Street Milton, FL 32570-1809 Current fees owed are $100.00 for towing, $40.00 for recovery fees, $.00 for storage charges and $300.00 for Lien Filing Fees. The total amount due is $440.00 as of July 23, 2013. Towing Company : JR’s Paint and Body, Inc. 7/31/2013 7/1039 7/1037 NOTICE Tri-County Community Council, Inc., Board of Directors will meet on Thursday, Aug 08, 2013 at 5:00 P.M.,with Finance Committee meeting & Head Start Committee meeting at 4:15 p.m. and Program Committee meeting at 4:30 P.M., at McLains Restaurant located on 331 South in Defuniak Springs. 7/1037 7/31/2013 7/1038 PUBLIC NOTICE SANTA ROSA BAY BRIDGE AUTHORITY The Santa Rosa Bay Bridge Authority Meeting is scheduled for Wednesday August 14, 2013 in the Florida Department of Transportation Conference Room C, at 5:30 p.m. (CST) located at 6025 Old Bagdad Highway Milton, Florida. For further information call (850) 981-2718 or visit garconpointbridge.com Please use rear entrance. 7/31/2013 7/1038 7/1019 IN THE CIRCUIT COURTOF THE FIRSTJUDICIALCIRCUITIN AND FOR SANTAROSA COUNTY, FLORIDA CASE NO. 57-2011-CA-000329 CP-SRMOF 112012-ATRUST, U.S. BANK TRUST NATIONALASSOCIATION, NOTIN IT’S INDIVIDUALCAPACITY BUTSOLELYAS TRUSTEE, Plaintiff(s), vs.

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Own your own mountain retreat with National Forest access in the beautiful Blue Ridge Mountains. 1+ acre mountain view homesite in gated mountain community, bargain priced at only $14,900 -way below cost! Paved road, municipal water, underground power. Financing. Call now 1-866-952-5303, x 32 CASH PAIDfor junk cars or trucks. Running or not. Call: 983-9527 or 723-5048 IRIS A. BELL; et al., Defendant(s). NOTICE OF FORE CLOSURE SALE PURSUANT T O CHAPTER 45 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that Sale will be made pursuant to a Final Judgment. Final Judgment was awarded on June 26, 2013 in Civil Case No. 57-2011-CA-000329, of the Circuit Court of the FIRSTJudicial Circuit in and for SANTA ROSACounty, Florida, wherein, CP-SRMOF 112012-ATRUST, U.S. BANKTRUSTNATIONALASSOCIATION, NOTIN ITS INDIVIDUALCAPACITY BUTSOLELYAS TRUSTEE is the Plaintiff, and, IRIS A. BELL; GILA. BELL; FLORIDA HOUSING FINANCE CORPORATION; UNKNOWN TENANT(S) IN POSSESSION are Defendants. The clerk of the court, Donald C. Spencer, will sell to the highest bidder for cash at 11:00 A.M. on Aug. 9 2013 at the Santa Rosa County Courthouse at the North Front Steps of the Courthouse, 6865 Caroline Street, Milton, Florida 32572 the following described real property as set forth in said Final summary Judgment, to wit: THE EAST 1/2 OF LOT 5, BLOCK 55, OF FLORIDATOWN, RECORDED IN DEED BOOK A-15, PAGE 389, OF THE PUBLIC RECORDS OF SANTA ROSACOUNTY, FLORIDA. ANYPERSON CLAIMING AN INTERESTIN THE SURPLUS FROM THE SALE, IF ANY, OTHER THAN THE PROPERTYOWNER AS OF THE DATE OF THE LIS PENDENS MUSTFILE ACLAIM WITHIN 60 DAYS AFTER THE SALE. WITNESS my hand and the seal of the court on July 17, 2013. CLERK OF THE COURT Donald C. Spencer Circuit Court Seal By: Leslie Sparr Deputy Clerk Aldridge I Connors, LLP Attorney for Plaintiff(s) 7000 West Palmetto Park Rd., Suite 307 Boca Raton, FL33433 Phone: 561.392.6391 Fax: 561.392.6965 IMPORT ANT If you are a person with a disability who needs any accommodation in order to participate in this proceeding, you are entitled, at no cost to you, to the provision of certain assistance. Please contact: Court Administration, ADA Liaison, Escambia County, 190 Governmental Center, 5th Floor, Pensacola, FL 32502, Phone (850) 595-4400 Fax (850) 595-0360, ADA.Escambia@flcourts1.g ov, at least 7 days before your scheduled court appearance, or immediately upon receiving this notification if the time before the scheduled appearance is less than 7 days; if you are hearing or voice impaired, call 711. 7/24 & 7/31/2013 7/1019

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Local B8 | Santa Rosas Press Gazette Wednesday, July 31, 2013 6014123 Family Pack Gr ound Beef $ 1 89 lb Family Pack Countr y Style Ribs $ 1 50 lb Fr esh Fr yer Leg Quarters $ 7 10 10 lb. bag Bar S Thin Sliced Ham or T urkey $ 1 64 9 oz. Conecuh Smoked Sausage $ 2 99 16 oz. Bar S Sliced Bacon $ 2 44 12 oz. Car olina Pride 4X6 Cooked Ham $ 1 78 10 oz. Sunnyland Jumbo Franks 94 16 oz. McEvers Hot Dogs $ 2 82 2 lb. pkg. Br yan Reg. or Thick Bologna $ 1 07 12 oz. OnCor Chicken Nibblers Reg. or Cheddar $ 1 37 18 oz Fr esh Y ellow White, or Bi-Color Cor n 30 Ear Fr esh Expr ess American or Italian Salad $ 1 42 10 oz US#1 Mississippi Sweet Potatoes 42 lb. Califor nia Juicy Sweet Red Plums 90 lb Faygo Drinks $ 2 73 12 pk 12 oz Sunbeam or Bunny Round T op Br ead $ 1 49 18 oz. Libby Gold Cor n, Gr een Beans or Sweet Peas 52 15 oz. Lays Potato Chips or Doritos $ 2 58 9.5-11 oz Hamburger Helper $ 1 05 5-8 oz Shur ne V egetable Oil $ 6 49 Gallon Armour Vienna Sausage 44 5 oz Bush Baked Beans $ 1 63 26 oz Sparkle T owels $ 5 34 8 Roll Angel Soft Bath Tissue $ 5 46 24 Roll Margar et Holmes Seasoned Collar d T ur nip or Mixed Gr eens 91 27 oz Family Pack Pork Steaks $ 1 50 lb Peanut Patch Boiled Peanuts 74 15 oz. can Piknik Mayonnaise $ 1 65 30 oz Jim Dandy Regular Grits $ 1 22 16 oz

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FREE FREE 1654406 P A YD A Y L O ANS C ome see Br andie J astrz embski 850-40 0-1 992 5722 St e w ar t Str eet, Milt on 2-headed turtle at Texas zoo gets Facebook page SAN ANTONIO (AP) A two-headed turtle born last month at the San Antonio Zoo has become so popular that she has her own Facebook page. Zoo of cials say the Texas cooter, named Thelma and Louise for the female duo in the 1991 Oscar-winning movie, has been doing well. Spokeswoman Debbie Rios-Vanskike said the turtle eats and swims, and added that the two heads named Louise Left and Thelma Right get along. The Facebook page on Sunday showed photos of the quirky reptile and imaginary conversations between the two heads. The turtle hatched June 18. The animal is on display at the zoos Friedrich Aquarium. Judge nes woman who cursed at jury selection ERIE, Pa. (AP) A Pennsylvania woman has been ned $500 for cursing because she was frustrated with being picked to serve on a jury. The Erie Times-News reported Erie County Judge Ernest DiSantis levied the ne Wednesday on Kathleen Port. DiSantis told the Erie woman she was totally out of line and explained jury service is a duty of citizenship. Port, whose phone number is unlisted, apologized several times but was ned nonetheless. She told the judge she was upset because jury service would make her miss work and cost her income. DiSantis said Port could have claimed a hardship on her jury service questionnaire, but did not. Port was also thrown off the jury, which was picked to hear an illegal weapons case. Rescued Florida sea turtle headed for Las Vegas casino retirement LAS VEGAS (AP) An ailing 320-pound, green sea turtle, believed to be about 50 years old, was packed in a customized FedEx crate to be shipped to Las Vegas on Thursday to give it a better home at a luxury casino. The turtle, named OD, after a dive charter boat that rescued it in 2008, has been cared for at the Florida Keys-based Turtle Hospital for almost ve years. It cannot be released due to an irreparable collapsed lung that left it oating on its side. Of cials at the Turtle Hospital decided OD needed a better home with a larger and more stimulating environment. The Shark Reef Aquarium at Mandalay Bay Resort and Casino in Las Vegas offered to give OD a home for his retirement at its 1.6-million-gallon aquarium which already houses several sea turtles. Hes ready now for a forever home ... where he can live out his life, said Turtle Hospital Manager Bette Zirkelbach. FedEx is providing free air transportation for OD for the 2,400-mile trip to Las Vegas in a specially moisturized and foam-padded crate, accompanied by Zirkelbach and Turtle Hospital founder Richie Moretti. Odd NEWS Wednesday July 31, 2013 FREE EDITION TAKE ONE By MARCIA LANE The Associated Press Whether you call him William, Billy or Willie, 18th century naturalist William Bartram is still making his presence felt in 21st-century Florida. Bartram would several times visit the Southern colonies before the United States was the United States. In 1791, he would publish his Travels, a book detailing those journeys and the fauna and ora, people and customs he observed. The book would be the rst scienti c book to come out of the new United States. In Florida some of those travels were along the St. Johns River that borders both St. Johns and Putnam counties. Now a group in Putnam is seeking to expand peoples appreciation of Bartram. They see it as both a way to promote ecotourism and a way to give the states schoolchildren a better understanding about the early naturalist and the early people of the state. (Bartram scholar) Charlotte Porter convinced us that William Bartrams Travels in Putnam County is ours its our history, our heritage and our nature. In her words: Putnam County owns him, Putnam County Commission Chair Nancy Harris told a group over the weekend. For two days Putnam County hosted a scholarly symposium on Bartram, funded in part by a Florida Humanities Council grant. Both the county government and the City of Palatka have chipped in resources and personnel to help the Bartram Trails in Putnam Committee, the group heading up the effort to spread information about Bartrams role in the states early history. I knew (the history) was here, but I never knew how important it all was We just need to appreciate this, said Sam Carr, who chairs the committee. With 31 identi ed places relating to Bartram and his travels in Putnam, the group is offering visitors and the curious a chance to see where William visited. Theyve come up with biking, hiking, driving and canoeing trails. For those who arent ready to physically see the places, theres a website that offers photographs, quotes from the book and explanations offering both historical and scienti c information about the spots. They plan to do more including kiosks along the riverfronts in Palatka that tell about Bartram and unobtrusive signs along the waterways that smartphone users can scan as they canoe or kayak past. Brochures and exhibits are also planned. We are hoping this is the beginning of something really great, of a public private partnership, Carr said. Appreciating Bartram isnt new. The emphasis on it in Putnam County is. Tim Kyser, who heads up the Putnam County Environmental Committee, says the whole project has been a long time coming together. The symposium included historians, scientists, environmentalists, nature lovers and a few of the just curious in attendance, giving an indication of Bartrams appeal. So what makes Bartram special? As scientist Dean Campbell told the group, everybody at the symposium was talking about how they came to Billy. For him, it was rst a copy of the book given him by his father when he was 25. But, he said it wasnt the elaborate passages or the poetry of the writing, it was the science contained within. Campbell, who became part of the St. Johns River Water Managements cleaning up the St. Johns River initiative, found Williams book offered accounts of what the river looked like when it was still pristine and thus gave them ideas when starting the cleanup. And he was even more impressed by the journals that Williams father, John, wrote. John appealed to me as a scientist. I can see what he saw. Bartram rst visited the area with his father, John. He later made trips by himself. Those elaborate passages and poetry of writing did inspire others including English poets Samuel Coleridge and William Wordsworth in their writing. His writings on the Indian Nations, the customs and the trading have offered insight into the economic system including the frontier exchange economy and the British empire system. His descriptions of ora and fauna included discoveries of new plants and led to the naming of several. His artwork offered a meticulous look at previously unknown species and allowed readers their rst glimpse at species native to the area. Two of the committee members Ken and Janice Mahaffey of San Mateo recently returned from a couple of months in Europe. The highlight of their trip? Probably going to Londons Natural History Museum, which has an original copy of Bartrams Travels, a journal and the original of some of his illustrations. It was like the Holy Grail, said Janice Mahaffey. To see the original pen and ink and how meticulously they were done. And I was holding the original manuscript, Ken Mahaffey said. They handed it over to me and I was turning the pages and thinking as I read, I know where hes talking about. BARTRAMS TRAVELS Group expanding knowledge of 18th century explorer BOOK OF TRAVELS Published in 1791, Bartrams Travels is a book of four different parts. Part one outlines preparations for his trip and describes his journey in 1773 from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, to the Georgia colony. Part two recounts to Bartrams travels in British East Florida in the year 1774. Part three describes his investigations in the territories of the Cherokees and Choctaws, or West Florida, Alabama, and the region west to the Mississippi River in 1775. Part four contains Bartrams valuable accounts of Southeastern Indian groups at the time of the American Revolution. Besides the Creeks and Seminoles, Bartram discussed three other Indian groups living between the Savannah and Mississippi rivers: (1) Cherokees occupying in the mountain valleys of the Carolinas, Tennessee and Georgia, (2) Choctaws controlling lands from the Tombighee to Mississippi rivers, and (3) Chickasaws to the north of the Choctaws. Florida Museum of Natural History PENSACOLA, 1775 While waiting for a ship to take him west from Mobile, Alabama to the Pearl River in 1775, Bartram decided to embark for the Perdido River for the purpose of securing the remains of a wreck. Although his subsequent arrival in Pensacola was merely accidental and undesigned, the naturalist was soon introduced to Governor Peter Chester of West Florida who commended my pursuits, and invited me to continue in West Florida in researches after subjects of natural history. Chester offered to pay Bartrams expenses and put him up with his own family. Already committed to collect specimens for the British Quaker physician, Dr. John Fothergill, Bartram declined the governors offer to survey West Florida. Although his visit to Pensacola was brief (less than 24 hours), he gave detailed descriptions of the city in his Travels. During the next century, there was talk of ceding the sparsely settled Florida panhandle to Alabama. In 1875, poet and composer Sidney Lanier similarly praised the beauty of the gulf coastal bays and ne sh and oysters in his tourist guide, Florida: Its Scenery, Climate and History. WILLIAM BARTRAM 1739-1823

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75 cents Wednesday, July 31, 2013 GazetteSanta Rosas Press Find breaking news at www.srpressgazette.comTweet us @srpressgazette and like us on facebook.com Driver says trafc camera contributed to accidentBy JASON JANdDURA623-2120 jjandura@srpressgazette.com A red-light violation camera was a factor in a single-vehicle crash Monday morning in Milton, according to witnesses of the accident. A motorcycle driver lost control of his bike and crashed, causing minor injuries to himself, as it approached the red-light camera-equipped intersection of U.S. 90 and Glover Lane. Olivier Biaggini, 49, Milton, was driving a mid-2000 yellow Victory motorcycle behind a gold Kia SUV, according to Milton police. The vehicles were heading eastbound on U.S. 90, approaching the trafc light at Glover Lane. The driver of the gold SUV said he saw $646,000 sidewalk coming to S S pencer FieldBy JASON JANdDURA623-2120 jjandura@srpressgazette.com Pace residents soon will be strapping on their sneakers, with new avenues for pedestrians to get around. Santa Rosa County is expected to begin a $646,126.50 sidewalk project near Benny Russell Park in August, according to County Engineer Roger Blaylock. The sidewalk will loop around Spencer Field, with a leg extending north to Benny Russell Park. The path also will extend south and connect to an existing sidewalk that runs east and west along Norris Road by Pace High School. Theres a lot of positive things when you get folks into the neighborhood, Blaylock said. It serves a community purpose. Blaylock said the sidewalks will be suitable for walking, jogging and cycling, as well as providing non-vehicular trafc access to Benny Russell Park. The sidewalk project is part of a transportation enhancement program. The project is being fully funded by fed-By JASON JANdDURA623-2120 jjandura@srpressgazette.com Trafc remains detoured through downtown neighborhoods as construction on the Canal Street Project mulls along, stymied not by recent patches of rain, but by complications in securing a permit with the Florida Department of Transportation. Everything is basically done from Highway 90 south, with the exception of paving, said City Manager Brian Watkins. We just got permit approval from FDOT to relocate the trafc signal. FDOT issued a permit to make adjustments to the intersection of U.S. 90 and Canal Street. The trafc signal will be relocated, and a turn lane from Canal Street onto U.S. 90 will be created, according to Watkins. Trafc along U.S. 90 is not expected to be stied much further while the intersection is modied. The contract specically states the old light had to be working as the installation of the new trafc light was being installed. Jerald Ward, Public Works Director for the city, estimates the project will take another two to four weeks to complete. They were looking for specic documents from the contractor that we could not get until the contract was signed with the contractor, Ward said. We thought it would have been here a month ago, but its taken twice that. The city has been waiting on the permit so they could pave the street from one end to the other in one process. Ward said the city saved $95,000 by recycling the original Canal Street concrete. When the road was ripped By JASON JANdDURA623-2120 jjandura@srpressgazette.com Local golf professional Boo Weekley took over the course at Hidden Creek in Navarre, inviting local players and a few famous friends for a golf tournament this weekend, beneting several local charities. Local patches of rain loomed during the tournament kickoff on the rst day. The rain stayed at bay for most of the two-day tourney, with a few light sprinkles late Saturday afternoon during a celebrity showdown, according to event coordinators. Weekley brought star power to the event to play a nine-hole round with the likes of comedian Larry the Cable Guy, Willie Robertson from Duck Dynasty and musicians Colt Ford and Jamey Johnson. The group played an informal round, mostly mingling with a crowd of around 40 spectators that braved the ominous and cloudy afternoon to snag a photograph with their favorite celebrity. Children seemed happy to Obituaries. ........................................A2Opinion. ...........................................A4Sports...............................................A7Lifestyle. ...........................................B1Diversions. ........................................B5Classieds. ........................................B6 TABLE OF CONTENTS Volume 105 Issue 61Jim Fletcher Publisher 623-2120 news@srpressgazette.com Canal Street work delayed, awaiting permitSSee MOTORCYCLE A A3S See SIDEWALK A A3S See CANAL STREET A A3 BOO WEEKLEYSTARS ON PARBoo Weekley, Willie Robertson, Larry the Cable Guy, Colt Ford, Jamey Johnson attend charity golf tourneyPHotos OTOS By Y Jason ASON Jand AND Ura RA | Press Gazette Willie Robertson, from A&Es Duck Dynasty, takes a moment from the game to meet a young fan and snap a photo during a casual nine rounds of golf with friends at the Boo Weekley Charity Golf Tournament. 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LocalA2 | Santa Rosas Press Gazette Wednesday, July 31, 2013 STATEOFFLORIDADEPARTMENTOF ENVIRONMENTALPROTECTIONNOTICE OFAPPLICATIONeDepartmentannouncesreceiptofanapplicationforaJointCoastalPermit(FileNo.0220096-006-JC),pursuanttoChapter 161andPartIVofChapter373,FloridaStatutes,andforauthorizationtousesovereignsubmergedlands,pursuanttoChapter 253,FloridaStatutes.eapplicantisSantaRosaCountyBoardofCountyCommissioners,andtheproposedactivityistoplace approximately1,200,000cyofmaterialalong4.1milesofshorelinewithaproposedoshoreborrowarealocatedjustover4miles southofthellplacementsiteatNavarreBeachinSantaRosaCounty. Ifyouhaveanyquestionsregardingthisapplication,youmaycontactTomJacobsoftheDepartment,at(850)413-7785orby emailatthomas.jacobs@dep.state..us.CommentsshouldbesenttoTomJacobsat2600BlairstoneRoad,M.S.3544,Tallahassee, Florida32399withinfourteen(14)calendardaysofthedateofthisnotice.Pleaserefertothelenumberinyourresponse. CopiesoftheapplicationmaybeexaminedduringnormalworkinghoursattheDepartmentofEnvironmentalProtection,2600 BlairstoneRoad,MS3544,Tallahassee,Florida32399.eapplicationhasalsobeenpostedontheDepartmentsInternetWebsiteat:http://bcs.dep.state..us/env-prmt/santarosa/pending/0220096_Navarre_Beach_and_Dune_Restoration/006-JC/Application/ 6014899 Switchto DIRECTV today!Hardwareandprogrammingavailableseparately. 2012DIRECTV,Inc.DIRECTVandtheCycloneDesignlogoareregisteredtrademarksofDIRECTV. YourLocalAuthorizedDIRECTVDealer6012164 ServingSantaRosaCountyforover13Years includingBC/BSFederal 6014242 DelaineAndrewsOwner,ServiceAdvisor TimLaneLeadTechnician4335FloridatownRdMilton,FL32571(850)994-9915Transmission&CarCarewww.AndrewsTransmission.com Werepairmorethantransmissions Servicing PaceandMilton since2000. 10%OFF LABORBRINGINTHISADANDRECEIVE Marilyn Jane Zecckine ne Faria peacefully placed her soul into the Lords hands on July 23, 2013. She was born and raised in California and moved to Pensacola in 1946 to live with her husband, Angelo. She was a devoted Catholic, a member of St. Rose of Lima in Milton where she resided for a number of years. She was a member of the Altar Society and Fleet Reserves. Mrs. Zecckine was rst a wife, mother and grandmother but spent time painting, gardening, knitting and sewing. She was a mentor back in 1958; she loved and respected her as if she were her own child. Until the last day of her life, she enhanced the lives of many. Because she had a warm heart, she helped many people, instrumental in so many reaching their potential. Her husband of 71 years, Angelo J. preceded her in death on Nov. 27, 2012. Also preceding her in death were three brothers and three sisters. She is survived by two sons, Gary Alan and Guido E.; and a daughter, Marilyn J. Brashier. She is also survived by many grandchildren; greatgrandchildren; and one greatgreat-grandchild. Surviving her also is a sister, Maxine Faria, currently residing in California. The family will receive friends at Oak Lawn Funeral Home on Wednesday, Aug. 1 from 6-8 p.m. with words of comfort by Rev. Shane Fickling. Funeral services will be at Oak Lawn Funeral Home on Thursday, Aug. 2, 2013 at noon with Father Richard Schamber ofciating. Burial will follow at Barrancas National Cemetery at 1:15 p.m. with Angela Minor, Sharon Marie Minor, Dianne P. Zecckine, Tyfanny O. Smith, Theresa Huffoner and Bobbjo Smith serving as pallbearers. Sincere thanks for the many calls, prayers and visits. To my forever love, Angelo: When our two souls stand up erect and strong, Face to face, silent, drawing nigh and nigher, Until the lengthening wings break into re At either curved point what bitter wrong Can the earth do to us, that we should not long Be here contented? Think. In mounting higher, The angels would press on us and aspire To drop some golden orb of perfect song Into our deep, dear silence. Written by Elizabeth Barrett Browning. Angelo J. Zecckine went to his Lord Nov. 27, 2012. He was born in Pensacola on July 3, 1919, and lived here all his life. He served his country with distinction during WWII, Korean Conict and Vietnam Era receiving numerous decorations: American Area, Victory WWII, Good Conduct, American defense with A European/African3 stars. He received a Presidential Citation with star; Asiatic and Pacic Areas with six stars. He was a Chief Aviation Ordinance Man. He served in the Naval Reserve, New Orleans, on P2s and P3s. Zeke was honorably discharged and came home to work as a red snapper sherman and an insurance salesman. He was a member of the Escambia Lodge 15, York Rite Masons and a member of the Hadji Temple and the American Legion Post #78. Besides his immediate family surviving him, he was survived by three brothers, Guido Jr., Francis John and Lucius; and three sisters, Angelina Brown, Marietta Roche and Patsy Palmer, all of Pensacola. Preceding him in death was a brother, Anthony; and three sisters, Rosemary Lionhardt, Clara Speranza and Pamela Ann. Mr. Zecckine will be joined in eternal rest with his bride of 71 years on Aug. 2, 2013, at Barrancas National Cemetery. To my forever love, Marilyn: My own Beloved, who hast lifted me From this drear at of earth where I was thrown, And, in betwixt the languid ringlets, blown A life-breath, till the forehead hopefully Shines out again, as all the angels see, Before thy saving kiss! My own, my own, Who camest to me when the world was gone, And I who looked for only God, found thee! Written by Elizabeth Barrett Browning. National Cremation and Burial Society of Milton has been entrusted with the arrangements. Marilyn Jane Faria Zecckine1924-2013 ObituariesJimmy Jernigan passed away on Wednesday, July 24, 2013. He was retired from the Florida National Guard after 25 years of service. He worked with Gulf Life Insurance for many years before retiring as Sr. V.P. of Marketing Zone B. He became a homebuilder after retiring from Gulf Life. Jimmy was a Scottish Rite 32 degree Mason. He was also a deacon of Avalon Baptist Church. He was preceded in death by his son, Jeffrey Joe Jernigan; parents, Albert and Allie Jernigan; grandparents, James Hiram Jernigan and Nancy A. Smith Jernigan; sister, Peggy Laura York; daughter-in-law, Lora L. Jernigan and granddaughter, Stephanie Sheldon Shelly Jernigan. He is survived by his wife of 61 years, Faye Thompson Jernigan; son, Stephen L. Jernigan; brother, Flournoy Jernigan (Alva); sister, Kathleen Jernigan White; and numerous nieces, nephews, extended family and friends. Funeral services were at 2 pm, Saturday, July 27, 2013 at Faith Chapel Funeral Home South. Visitation was one hour prior to the service. Burial followed at Bayview Memorial Park Cemetery in the Masonic section. Pallbearers were members of his Sunday school class from the First Baptist Church in Milton. Faith Chapel Funeral Home South, 100 Beverly Parkway, Pensacola, is in charge of arrangements. You may express your condolences online at www.fcfhs.com.Jimmy Jernigan1931-2013 SRMC BIRt THSKaren LaVega Mareno and Gary Cooper Woodburg, Jr welcome a daughter, Phyona Elizabeth Mareno on July 24, 2013. Lyndi Ann and Robert Glen Hardy welcome a daughter, Lakyn Reese Hardy on July 24, 2013. Myrinda Ann Carver and Gary Franklin Madden, Jr. welcome a son, Kaiden Franklin Madden on July 26, 2013. Press Gazette BIRt THDaA Y CLUbBJulyJeni Senter: July 31 Christopher Tompkins: July 31 Shawn Nicholson: July 31 Christopher McGraw: July 31 Eli Corn: July 31AugustChristopher Wheelis: Aug. 1 Jason Butts: Aug. 1 Landyn Armstrong: Aug. 3 Sheena Arnette: Aug. 3

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LocalSanta Rosas Press Gazette| A3Wednesday, July 31, 2013 www.gulfmed.com eral dollars administered by the Florida Department of Transportation, Blaylock said. An FDOT local agency program (LAP) provided for every aspect of the project, with design, consulting and inspection included. Santa Rosa County does not have any obligation to match funds. The LAP program funded similar projects such as the Florida Historic State Road 1 reconstruction, also known as the Red Brick Road. Jay secured $177,079.70 in funding through the FDOT LAP program last year, extending sidewalks in the town for transportation enhancement To qualify for the funding, the county had to adhere to strict federal guidelines in place, Blaylock said. The scope of the project was very detailed, and the project was updated as the county moved closer to the top of the list for funding. The guidelines dictated certain permits, the procurement of land, inspections, Equal Employment Opportunity standards and adherence to a prevailing wage rate. Blaylock said the county applied for the FDOT LAP funding years ago. The Navy had initial reservations with increased foot trafc around the aireld, Blaylock said. But the county worked closely with the military in acquiring shared use of the land. The Navy is a full partner with this, Blaylock said. We have worked every step of the way, because it is Navy property. As part of the project, portions of the airelds fence will be removed and replaced to address security concerns, Blaylock said. The sidewalk will meander around several large heritage oak trees on North Spencer Field, preserving as many as possible. Panhandle Grading and Paving Inc. was awarded the contract to perform the work. They have 270 days to complete the project, looking at a potential completion date of June 8, 2014, Blaylock said. MOTORCYCLE from page A1Ofcer Dewayne Smith and Sgt. Jino Catalfu of the Milton Police Department move a Victory motorcycle from trafc after the rider crashed at the intersection of U.S. 90 and Glover Lane on Monday. The rider suffered minor injuries in the single-vehicle accident.JASON JANDURA | Press Gazette SIDEWALK from page A1 up in the initial demolition phase, it was trucked to a facility in Bagdad where it was crushed, resulting in a usable, recycled-concrete product. The project began construction in May, creating some problems for local residents and commuters. Large trucks have been diverted to either Avalon Boulevard or Ward Basin Road as alternate routes. No one is accessing Interstate 10 via Canal Street during this period. Probably the biggest issue weve had is the increase of trafc with the bypass, Watkins said. Hopefully, itll be alleviated when we get the road open. Residents attended City Council meetings to voice their complaints against the inux of trafc in the surrounding neighborhoods. One resident, Kim Stevens, was concerned with trucks cutting through the detour, tearing up her yard on Baldwin Street. Another resident, Maria Ard, pleaded with the council to establish more of a police presence along Baldwin Street while the construction project continued. The Canal Street Project is a $700,000 infrastructure project funded by a Community Development Block Grant through the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development. The project features the addition of curbs; wider turn lanes; sidewalks; buried utilities; and complete resurfacing of the road itself. Some portions of the original plan were deleted from the project to stay within budget, Watkins said. Landscaping and lampposts were cut from the plans, trimming $103,000. They might be installed in the future if funding can be secured. CANAL from page A1 shake hands with the familiar faces from TV. Adults seemed fairly excited to see the celebrities swing with the professionals. Ford used to be a professional golfer before entering the music industry as a country-rap artist. He and his teammate Larry the Cable Guy ended up winning the match. Its a great golf course, Ford said. I love it. Robertson, better known as Willie from Duck Dynasty, made a last-minute appearance to play the nine holes. He popped into the clubhouse the second day to join the group. He said he attended the event last year, as well. What town is this, again? Robertson asked with a slight chuckle. Oh yeah, Navarre, its great. Dr. John Cloninger competed in the weekends 216-man shotgun tournament earlier in the day and stuck around to see the celebrities take a couple swings during the informal game. Its great theyre giving back to charity, Cloninger said. Boos bringing it back to town. Its your boys out there. The entire event beneted many local charities, including the Air Commandos Association, the Santa Rosa Kids House, Vision of Hope and the Christs Starsh Foundation. Each two-man team paid a $600 registration fee to compete in the tourney. Donations were also accepted, along with a silent auction held on site to raise funds for the charities. The two-day event ended with an entertainment event featuring Larry the Cable Guy, Colt Ford and Dallas Davidson and The Peach Pickers on Saturday night. About 2,500 people attended the event Saturday night, said Hidden Creek General Manager David Taylor. They took the stage under a -acre, fully air-conditioned tent on the golf course grounds. STARS from page A1the light turn yellow and started slowing down, knowing the intersection was equipped with redlight violation cameras. He said he looked in the rear-view mirror and saw Biaggini losing control of his motorcycle. The SUV driver said he made the decision to proceed through the light to avoid being hit by the motorcycle. His vehicle rolled about halfway through the intersection, and then he pulled off onto the shoulder, where he stopped. He said the driver of the motorcycle was moving and walking around after the accident. Biaggini crashed without hitting any other vehicles. Milton police on scene said he suffered road rash to his arm and an open wound to the calf that likely would require stitches. Biaggini was transferred to the hospital via ambulance. The Victory motorcycle suffered minimal damage to a foot peg and gear shifter, according to police. The damage was consistent with a low-speed crash. The accident is under investigation, though Milton Police said the driver of the gold Kia will not be ticketed for driving through the red light considering the circumstances.

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If we put ourselves into the shoes of racists who seek to sabotage black upward mobility, we couldnt develop a more effective agenda than that followed by civil rights organizations, black politicians, academics, liberals and the news media. Lets look at it. First, weaken the black family, but dont blame it on individual choices. You have to preach that todays weak black family is a legacy of slavery, Jim Crow and racism. The truth is that black female-headed households were just 18 percent of households in 1950, as opposed to about 68 percent today. In fact, from 1890 to 1940, the black marriage rate was slightly higher than that of whites. Even during slavery, when marriage was forbidden for blacks, most black children lived in biological two-parent families. In New York City, in 1925, 85 percent of black households were two-parent households. A study of 1880 family structure in Philadelphia shows that three-quarters of black families were two-parent households. During the 1960s, devastating nonsense emerged, exemplified by a Johns Hopkins University sociology professor who argued, It has yet to be shown that the absence of a father was directly responsible for any of the supposed deficiencies of broken homes. The real issue, he went on to say, is not the lack of male presence but the lack of male income. That suggests marriage and fatherhood can be replaced by a welfare check. The poverty rate among blacks is 36 percent. Most black poverty is found in female-headed households. The poverty rate among black married couples has been in single digits since 1994 and is about 8 percent today. The black illegitimacy rate is 75 percent, and in some cities, its 90 percent. But if thats a legacy of slavery, it must have skipped several generations, because in the 1940s, unwed births hovered around 14 percent. Along with the decline of the black family comes anti-social behavior, manifested by high crime rates. Each year, roughly 7,000 blacks are murdered. Ninety-four percent of the time, the murderer is another black person. According to the Bureau of Justice Statistics, between 1976 and 2011, there were 279,384 black murder victims. Using the 94 percent figure means that 262,621 were murdered by other blacks. Though blacks are 13 percent of the nations population, they account for more than 50 percent of homicide victims. Nationally, the black homicide victimization rate is six times that of whites, and in some cities, its 22 times that of whites. Id like for the president, the civil rights establishment, white liberals and the news media, who spent massive resources protesting the George Zimmerman trials verdict, to tell the nation whether they believe that the major murder problem blacks face is murder by whites. There are no such protests against the thousands of black murders. Theres an organization called NeighborhoodScout. Using 2011 population data from the U.S. Census Bureau, 2011 crime statistics from the FBI and information from 17,000 local law enforcement agencies in the country, it came up with a report titled Top 25 Most Dangerous Neighborhoods in America. (http:// tinyurl.com/cdqrev4) They include neighborhoods in Detroit, Chicago, Houston, St. Louis and other major cities. Whats common to all 25 neighborhoods is that their makeup is described as Black or Mostly Black. The high crime rates have several outcomes that are not in the best interests of the overwhelmingly lawabiding people in these neighborhoods. There cant be much economic development. Property has a lower value, but worst of all, people cant live with the kind of personal security that most Americans enjoy. Disgustingly, black politicians, civil rights leaders, liberals and the president are talking nonsense about having a conversation about race. Thats beyond useless. Tell me how a conversation with white people is going to stop black predators from preying on blacks. How is such a conversation going to eliminate the 75 percent illegitimacy rate? What will such a conversation do about the breakdown of the black family (though breakdown is not the correct word, as the family doesnt form in the first place)? Only black people can solve our prob lems. Walter E. Williams is a professor of economics at George Mason University.Page 4 www.srpressgazette.comWednesday, July 31, 2013 ASection OPINION Black self-sabotageWhat can you do for 2-2-2? LETTERS TO THE EDITOR GUEST COLUMNIST COLUMNIST MINORITY VIEWPOINTWalter Williams SPEAK OUT: CALL 623-5887LETTERS TO THE EDITOR Letters must be typed and may be edited for content or to t the available space. For a letter to be published, you must sign your name and include your phone number and address so we may contact you for veri cation, if necessary. 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To report news or for information, subscriptions and advertising, call 623-2120.6629 Elva St. Milton, FL 32570 GazetteSanta Rosas Press SUBSCRIPTION RATESIN COUNTY One year .................................$39 Six months ........................$19.50 13 weeks ...............................$9.75 OUT OF COUNTY One year .................................$62 Six months .............................$31 13 weeks .............................$15.50 SENIOR CITIZEN (OVER 62) One year .................................$32 Six months .............................$16 13 weeks ....................................$8 Home delivery subscribers may be charged a higher rate for holiday editions.Dear Editor, The Fourth Amendment to the Constitution says The right of the people to be secure in their persons, houses, papers, and effects, against unreasonable searches and seizures, shall not be violated, and no Warrants shall issue, but upon probable cause, supported by Oath or af rmation, and particularly describing the place to be searched, and the persons or things to be seized. Miller believes the federal government should know every phone call, every text message, every email, every photo, every time you get on the Internet even though you havent done anything wrong. We sent Miller to Congress to have LESS government intrusion in our lives, not MORE. But Miller believes we should pay for it because Jeff Miller voted No on the Amash Amendment to defund the NSA surveillance on you, me and all of us. Remember this next primary season. Do you want someone as your Congressional representative who follows the Constitution? Or Miller who believes you should pay for your government to spy on you?Margaret AlbrechtPensacola Dear Editor, When a black was elected President, I was thrilled, thinking only in America! Sadly, Obama was the wrong one being for same sex marriage, abortion, diametrically opposing God, wanting to redistribute wealth (destroying the work ethic). Twice I voted for Alan Keyes, black, God-fearing, Christ-honoring. He would make an excellent president! I reiterate Sharpton and Jackson dont deserve the Reverend title. They radiate hatred perpetuating division! No surprise the former instigating 100 rallies or the latter cheating on his wife, fathering a baby. Sharpton, using the Zimmerman case to promote racism, is like Shakespeares Shylock wanting his pound of esh! Called to God reverends who are genuinely concerned about mens souls are busy about the Father Gods business in these end times, not being politically active! Race-baiters label Zimmerman a gun-carrying racist. He is not! If he were, he would have shot Martin on initial contact instead of when he was being beaten into the ground fearing for his life. It was self-defense! Genuine reverends know the only answer to racism is propagating the gospel of Jesus Christ. When hearts and minds are changed, new birth, there will be fewer black on black killings and fewer blacks incarcerated! Thank God the blacks I know, love, and worship with are nothing like the two aforementioned! God Bless us all as only He can!Chrys HolleyMilton Saturday 11:32 a.m. Yeah, I would just like to say thank you to the Mayor for looking into this log truck situation. Theyre very dangerous. They travel through our county because the DOT watches them so close on Highway 29. Why should we have to suffer for all these things turning over because theyre driving really bad for the load that they are carrying. I just think the mayors doing a good thing. They ought to pass an ordinance---if the timber aint coming from our county, they dont need to pass through our county. Thank you. Saturday 12:50 p.m. This is Joyce in Milton, regarding Saturdays Press Gazette: County of cials want a tax hike to pay for employees raises. Santa Rosa County Constitutional Of cers---I dont even know what that is---but they but they want me to pay higher property taxes so that their employees can get a salary raise. I have grandchildren in Pace and Milton working at minimum wage. They barely make ends meet and I do not want to pay higher property taxes on my property so that somebody thats making $20,000, $30,000, or $40,000 a year can get a pay raise. Saturday 4:16 p.m. Hello Press Gazette. Jim here. Just read where Bobby was inquiring as to why the ambulance driver was not cited. And your comment was---We anticipate a follow-up story. There should be no follow up story. Heres a news ash for you. Any other city in the United States, that driver would have been given a citation for failure to maintain control of ones vehicle. Not only is that a state law, but it also a city law. So, there are two people at fault here. The ambulance driver and the police of cer who failed to give that driver a citation. Shame, shame on the Milton Police Department for playing favoritism. Thank you Speak Out for listening to me. Saturday 4:47 p.m. Yeah, this is Bobby. I was reading in the Saturday paper, about all the hogs at the trough want another raise with our money. Want to raise taxes. Well, a lot of people aint getting a raise, they aint even got a job. I was wondering if you would print the names and when they were up for election again for everybody thats up there going along with that. The County Commission could charge a little rent on some of these buildings they let go for nothing, or sell them or something. Instead, they let the people rent the building for $15 a year. And then they turn right around and want to jack the taxes up. If they got too many buildings, they need to sell them and use the money. Thank you.By Ken JohnsonWhat do you call 200 pairs of shoes, 200 hundred pair of underwear, and 200 socks for needy neighborhood children? At East Milton Assembly of God, they call it the 2-2-2 program. This project is from an idea that Pastor Brad Odom had after seeing the need in the local community. According to Pastor Brad, There are 750 students who attend the East Milton Elementary School (the churchs neighbors) and many of these children return to school with shoes that dont fit or are beyond repair. Also, children in our community have a basic need of socks and underwear. I believe the Lord impressed upon me to bless the elementary school with 200 pairs of shoes, 200 packs of socks and 200 packs of underwear. Impressed is rather mild. What Pastor Brad means is that he, and his church, laid shoes, socks, and underwear at their altar and prayed for the community to join together. But, can one trust some country pastor saying that God gave him a need to fill? Evidently, the message had merit to it as Marsha Pugh, Guidance Counselor for East Milton Elementary School noted, Many of our students do not have the opportunity to start to school with basic necessities such as new socks, shoes, and under garments. They rely on the generosity of local organizations and loving individuals to contribute to their needs. Pugh went on to note that the school has a very high percentage (around 85 %) of free and reduced lunches. She contended that many of the families of their students are either homeless or doubled up with other families. Pugh said, Understanding poverty in our own backyards is very difficult for a lot of people. Many do not have any idea what some of our students go through just to get to school. In some instances, school is the safest and most consistent place for many of our students. Pugh went on to say, For some of our students breakfast and lunch served at school is the only hot meal they receive. In addition, East Milton Elementary has one of the largest ESE departments in Santa Rosa County helping many underprivileged children with special learning needs. Already, thanks to some marvelous blessings by local businesses, individuals, and a local church, the 22-2 program has exceeded its goal on shoes and now is only in need of 100 packs each of underwear and socks. So, what can you do for 2-2-2? Well, the church has made it easy for people to participate. If you are busy, and dont have time to shop and drop the items off, you can donate to the church via PayPal through their website at www. eastmilton.org. If you are a shopper, you can purchase the items yourself and drop them off at: East Milton Assembly of God, 5174 Ward Basin Road, Milton, FL 32583. Should you wish to do something otherwise, they have a 2-2-2 Facebook page, that you can link to from their website, where you can offer services to help buy, pick-up, etc.

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www.srpressgazette.comWednesday, July 31, 2013 ASection SPORTSByBECKY BONDURANTSpecial to the Press Gazette The 19th annual Pace High Football Camp under the direction of Coach Mickey Lindsey, his numerous staff, assistants and his senior football players hosted more than 70 boys ages 7 through 14 for a three-day football camp in the Patriot Football Stadium. Rich in excellence and tradition, Lindsey and his staff demonstrated, corrected and coached these potential football stars on the fundamentals of football. The coaches provided individualized instruction in offensive and defensive techniques, as well as stretching and weightlifting. Campers were exposed to proper tackling, blocking, passing, receiving and ball carrying techniques. The coaching staff also introduced them to the vision of playing high school football along with the prospective contemplation of what football can do for them after high school. The staff emphasized that it requires unlimited hours of instruction and practice to develop into a skilled football player. The campers had use of the weight room, practice elds as well as the Patriot Stadium. Their football camp experience consisted of watching highlight lms of football, practicing, instruction, competition, a treasured T-shirt and a pizza party. Page 5ByBECKY BONDURANTSpecial to the Press Gazette Since 1992, Coach Murray Rutledge has tried to teach passion, passion for a game that he loves and wants to encourage within the children around him and prospective Milton High School basketball players. He demonstrates this passion during the school year and particularly during basketball season. For the past 21 years Rutledge, along with many other Panther basketball fanatics consisting of former boys basketball coach Tim Short and many others devote one week each summer to teaching the philosophy and the fundamentals of basketball. Anyone can pick up a basketball and play, but learning the fundamentals of the game is the most important thing to being a great basketball player, and this is the passion behind the annual Milton High Basketball camp. Basketball players must learn footwork, how to handle the ball, dribbling, basic dribble moves, passing and catching, shooting correctly, defensive techniques, rebounding, along with cutting and screening. Rutledge and his staff attempt to introduce and develop those skills during their camp, and they also teach the campers general basketball terminology, history and the mental aspects of the game. More than 70 boys and girls from age 6 through high school bene ted from the camp and learned an enormous amount about the competition and the passion for basketball. PHOTOS BY BECKY BONDURANT | Special to the Press GazetteABOVE: Campers practice controlling the basketball by rotating the ball around their bodies. BELOW: Milton High School Basketball Camp had more than 70 campers learning the fundamentals of basketball. Rutledge offers love of game at MHS basketball camp The heat did not defer the spirit during the annual Pace High Football Camp. Campers soaked in the water and continued to learn the fundamentals of football. PHOTOS BY BECKY BONDURANT | Special to the Press GazetteLindsey shares excellence at PHS football camp SOFTBALL TEAM WINS WORLD SERIESSPECIAL TO THE PRESS GAZETTEA local fast-pitch softball team won the USSSA 2013 World Series 14U Fastpitch Softball Tournament in Gulf Shores, Ala. Top row: Bryce Miller, Pace; Hadley Starratt, Cantonment; Destiny Herring, Jay; Samantha Kummer, Pace; Morgan Bolen, Cantonment; Kristin Quina, Cantonment. Bottom row: Kaili Okahashi, Pace; Paige Palmer, Cantonment; Savannah Rowell, Cantonment; Mallory Miller, Cantonment; Meagan Jones, Cantonment. Coaches: Randy Miller, Sean Starratt, Pete Kummer and John Quina. Summer camps teach fundamentals Activities can be found at www.srpressgazette.com. Look for the box called Things to Do. LOOKING FOR SUMMER FUN? PHOTOS BY BECKY BONDURANT | Special to the Press GazetteABOVE: Despite the heat, the Pace High School band practices are precisely detailed and choreographed with every second used to prepare for the bands 20132014 Sneak Preview at 6 p.m. Aug. 2 in the PHS Football Stadium. The band members are dedicated and excited and are using their last few days of summer vacation preparing for the upcoming football season. RIGHT: The Milton Marching Band was not worried about sudden downpours or humidity; they were focused on being prepared for the opening night of football season. The Milton High Panthers season will begin Aug. 22 at Navarre. The team will debut at home Aug. 30 against the Crestview Bulldogs. BANDS GET IN STEP FOR SEASON

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LocalA6 | Santa Rosas Press Gazette Wednesday, July 31, 2013 Special to the Press GazetteU.S. Coast Guard Auxiliary Flotilla 1-8, Guardians of the Blackwater, in partnership with the City of Milton Fire Department, will offer About Boating Safely, their premier boater safety class at the City of Milton Fire Department on Aug. 10. This eight-hour class covers basic legal requirements for boaters, boating safety, elements of boat handling, as well as how to handle some common boating emergencies. There is an examination at the end of the class. A passing score will make the boater eligible for a State of Florida Boating ID card, a requirement for boaters younger than 25 years of age to operate a boat alone in state waters. The class will begin at 9 a.m. Aug. 10 in the Training Room of the City of Milton Fire Department, 5321 Stewart St. in Milton. The class materials cost $35 per person, or $35 per family (up to four) sharing a book. To register, or for any questions, contact FSO-PE Jerry Damico at 791-1266. Special to the Press GazetteThe City of Milton Fire Department will again offer its Community CPR and AED course Saturday. It will also offer their Basic First Aid course the same day. These four-hour classes will teach students the simple skills necessary to provide basic life support, including recognition of signs of sudden cardiac arrest, heart attack, stroke and foreign-body obstruction, as well as cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) and debrillation with an automated external debrillator (AED). This program is intended for community members and people who do not work in the health care eld but are required or just desire to have First Aid, CPR and AED knowledge and skills. Students who successfully complete the course(s) will receive certication through American Safety and Health Institute. The CPR/AED class costs $15 and will begin at 8 a.m. Saturday. The First Aid class costs $15 and will begin at the conclusion of the CPR class. Both classes will be in the Training Room of the City of Milton Fire Department, 5321 Stewart St. Space is limited. Those wishing to attend should call 983-5430 to reserve a seat. Pre-payment is requested in order to insure a seat and to obtain a student handbook to prepare for the class. SPECIAL TO THE PP REss SS GAZETTES.S. Dixon Intermediate School student Katie Crounse is getting excited about returning to school and wanted to make sure other students were as fortunate as she is by having school supplies. Cram the Van for school supplies was at the Pea Ridge Wal-Mart collecting donations to help students of Santa Rosa County have the supplies they need for school. Student leaders from Hobbs Middle, Avalon Middle, and Pace High School were on hand to accept donations for the Back to School Cram the Van at the Pea Ridge Wal-Mart. CRAM THE VAN Boaters Safety Class offered in MiltonMMilton Fire Department to hold CPRCPR class WANT TO gGO?When: 9 a.m. Aug. 10Where: Training Room of the City of Milton Fire Department, 5321 Stewart St. in MiltonCCost: $35 WANT TO gGO?When: 8 a.m. SaturdayWhere: Training Room of the City of Milton Fire Department, 5321 Stewart St. in MiltonCCost: $15

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Santa Rosas Press Gazette| A7Wednesday, July 31, 2013 SportsSpecial to the Press GazetteFootball season is around the corner, and preparations are underway for the upcoming Gulf Coast Youth Sports Association season. While the players are preparing to take to the gridiron, some of the teams biggest supporters the cheerleaders have been getting ready for the upcoming season as well. For the past week, Milton High Schools varsity squad has been volunteering at the Milton Community Center to teach their younger counterparts the basics of cheerleading and the cheers themselves. More than 100 girls ages 5 to 14 have been participating in the weeklong camp, which will culminate later this year when the girls cheer at an upcoming Milton High School football game. Just a few of the things taught at the camp besides some of the basics are the cheers the high school varsity does at the Panthers football games on Friday night with the Mighty Black and Gold Band and other long-standing traditional cheers. Football season for the Panthers will get underway Aug. 31 with the start of the regular GCYSA season. CHEER CAMP A HUGE SUCCESS

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LIFESTYLE www.srpressgazette.comWednesday, July 31, 2013 BPage 1Section Boo Weekley looks for the right club for his next shot during his charity golf festival, playing an informal round with celebrity friends. Larry the Cable Guy poses with fans near the end of nine holes of play with celebrity cohorts. Fans mingled with the stars, taking the opportunity to snap a photo with the celebrities. Willie Robertson chats with fans before teeing off on this hole. He is the CEO of Duck Commander, a company specializing in making duck calls. Larry the Cable Guy high ves a young fan who rode up on a bicycle. Larry challenged the fan to a dance competition on the fairway. JASON JANDURA | Press GazetteWillie Robertson, CEO of Duck Commander and star of Duck Dynasty lines up a chip shot on the seventh hole of the Hidden Creek golf course in Navarre. Putt COMMANDERCelebs tee off for charity golf tournamentDuck Dynasty reviewSo one night about two months ago, I couldnt sleep. Of course, I grabbed the remote and started ipping through the channels. I come across this show ... there are a bunch of bearded men with southern accents, looking a bit like ZZ Top ... and one of them is trying to teach a teenage girl, I have to assume is his daughter, how to drive. They set up some garbage cans in the parking lot so she can practice parallel parking. She fails miserably, hits one of the cans and when it falls over, garbage spills into the parking lot. Of course, as a viewer, I didnt expect the can to be in use. It looked like it was new, just used for the set. I have never laughed so much aloud at a television show. The setup is redneck, slow Southern drawl, but it is smart and funny, well timed and with subtle humor and physical gags. Duck Dynasty. Who would have thought? I didnt watch it again for a few weeks, but when I did, it was a little marathon so I got a full dose. It really is funny. Really. Life is too serious. I needed something ridiculous to make me laugh. A bunch of grown men in a water hazard pond in the middle of the golf course hunting big bullfrogs so they can take them home to cook and eat is so ridiculous. Then they are caught by the rent-a-cop security guard in a golf cart. One of the older guys in the group just climbs out of the pond and walks away into the woods without saying a thing. Someone in the pond mumbles something about him learning to do that in the 70s. So they are all hauled in by the security of cer, and you can see there are no frogs. Makes me laugh just thinking about it. After they are released, they are driving home, and alongside the road they nd the old guy walking with a bag of frogs over his shoulder. Now mind you, I am a person who does not laugh at The Three Stooges. I can watch I Love Lucy without cracking a smile. I almost got divorced over how stupid the Airplane movie is. And only one or two things out of all the Monty Python movies make me smile. I just dont like planned humor. But Duck Dynasty appears to be delivered without the intent of humor. It is handed out as voyeurism at its nest, inside the life of unassuming modest hillbilly rednecks who dont care that they are wealthy. They just want frogs for dinner. I love it. LYNNE HOUGHWoman on the Edge

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The Mobile USCG headquarters provided a nice farewell ceremony for retiring Captain Don Rose and a welcome for incoming Captain Sam Duke Walker. Many maritime industry leaders and representatives from local, state, and federal maritime law enforcement agencies were in attendance. OKALOOSA COUNTY Ofcers Arnette, Murphy, and Lewis responded to the Blackwater River near Bryant Bridge after receiving information that two canoes with eleven people, including children, had capsized. A severe thunderstorm was passing through which made the response challenging. The river was ooded and very swift due to recent multiple days of rain which caused the canoes to capsize. The ofcers located all the occupants who were wet and cold, but safe along the rivers bank. Additionally, ofcers located the canoe occupants personal belongings and retrieved the submerged canoes. Everyone was safely transported back to their original launch site. OKALOOSA COUNTY COPS Ofcers Maltais and Molnar addressed a group from the Defense Threat Reduction Agency (USSTRACOM) at the Hurlburt Field conference center. T wenty four person nel, newly stationed to the area, were briefed on boating, shing and hunting opportunities and regulations. Information on the Northwest Regions State Forests and Parks were provided. F RANKLI I N COUNTY Resource Protection Service (RPS) Ofcers Allen and Gore received information that two individuals were shing a seine net on the beachside of Bald Point State Park. When they arrived on the scene, they set up surveillance on two individuals who were shing two nets. During the surveillance, they determined the individuals were shing with two monolament gill nets. They observed the individuals working the nets pulling crabs and sh from the net. Ofcers Allen and Gore approached the individuals and identied themselves. Two monolament nets were seized and the case was turned over to the State Attorneys Ofce for prosecution. RPS Ofcers Allen and Gore were on patrol in St. George Island State Park when they observed two individuals cast netting on the bay side of the park. Further surveillance revealed that one of the individuals fishing was a repeat resource offender. The subjects recreational and commercial fishing license is revoked for net fishing violations. They continued surveillance and when the individuals quit fishing, the officers identified themselves and conducted a resource stop. The individual with the revoked license was in possession of a quantity of fish which included an undersized black drum. The subject was arrested and booked into the Franklin County Jail for fishing on a revoked saltwater products license and possession of an undersized black drum. While on night patrol, RPS Officers Allen and Gore observed a boat in the East Point Channel operating without navigation lights. Surveillance was set up on the vessel. There were two occupants on board and the individuals were observed harvesting oysters off of exposed oyster bars in the Channel. Harvesting oysters in this area is prohibited. The officers watched as the individuals harvested several bags of unculled oysters, brought them back to the boat ramp and hid them. When the boat returned back to the boat ramp with more oysters, the officers identified themselves to the boat operator and passenger. The operator of the boat took off running into the water, but Officer Gore was able to apprehend him. Seven large bags of oysters were seized and returned back to the water alive. The subjects on the boat were booked into the Franklin County Jail and charged with harvesting oysters in a prohibited area, harvesting oysters between sunset and sunrise, and possession of unculled oysters. One subject was charged with resisting a law enforcement officer without violence and possession of less than 20 grams of cannabis. Were Moving ToOur New Location July1st. AtGulfCoastDermatologyyoullnd: 5952BerryhillRoad,Milton gulfcoastderm.com Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission Division of Law Enforcement weekly report

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LocalB4 | Santa Rosas Press Gazette Wednesday, July 31, 2013 WELCOMINGNEWPATIENTSJoshuaDavis,M.D. PatHill,A.R.N.P. JoyceNichols,A.R.N.P. MonicaNall,M.D. 6015132 1654406 2091545 By Brenda GabbertSpecial to the Press Gazette The 47th Annual Farm Tour (200 to 250 people) began with breakfast at 7:30 a.m., on July 18 at the Santa Rosa County Extension Ofce, Milton. After breakfast, it was on to the Clear Creek Farm in Milton; arriving at about 8:35 a.m. At about 9:30 a.m., the Farm Tour arrived at the (UF/IFAS WFREC) Experimental Field to learn about Corn Production, Deer Crop Damage, and to take a break. The Farm Tour arrived at the Farmers Opry in Chumuckla at about 1 a.m. to see 4-H and FFA Youth Projects, eat lunch, and to recognize the Keith Campbell Family, the Farm Family of the Year. At about 1:30 p.m., the Tour arrived at the Jimmy Nelson Farm and Flying Service for Crop Spraying Demonstrations with the help of Smith Tractor. Around 2:25 p.m., the  three large buses, along with cars and trucks, arrived with the Farm Tour to visit Gabbert F arm.  They came to see the restored antique farm equipment, 1930s Farm Museum, and the 1940s Gabbert Implement Museum, a replica of a 1940s John Deere Dealership.  Gene Gabbert gave them the history of his family coming to Jay, becoming a John Deere Dealer in August, 1975, moving his family to Jay in January, 1977, and about collecting and restoring antique farm equipment.  He also told of  the death of his youngest daughter from cancer in March, 1990, and the beginning of the P eanut Festival in October, 1990.  He invited everyone to this years 24th annual Peanut Festival October 5-6. After leaving the Gabbert Farm, it was back into the buses, cars and trucks to travel on to Holland Farms, ar riving at about 3:15 p.m.  Bruce Holland and his family specialize in growing and selling peanuts.  Holland Farms supply all the green peanuts sold at the Peanut Festival. After visiting Holland Farms, it was back on the road again after a full day of fun and infor mation.  The Farm Tour arrived back at the Santa Rosa County Extension Ofce at about 4:30 p.m.Central Santa Rosa Republican Club meets Aug. 1On August 1st The Central Santa Rosa Republican Club will be holding its monthly meeting at the Red Barn on highway 90 Milton. The club meets the rst Thursday of each month. The meeting is open to the public and you are encouraged to visit and enjoy the fellowship of likeminded community members who are to working at the grassroots level to ensure good government both locally and at the national level. The meeting starts at 6:30 p.m. and is preceded by a no host meal starting at 5:30 p.m. This months guest speaker will be Donald C. Spencer, Clerk of Courts Santa Rosa County. The meeting will conclude at 7:30 p.m. For more information or if you have any questions please call 292 8264 between 9 a.m. and 3 p.m. week days.Milton Garden Club annual coffee Aug. 15Milton Garden Club, Inc. 5256 Alabama Street, Milton, will hold their Annual Welcome Coffee Thursday, Aug. 15. Current members and guests are welcome. Event will be from 10 a.m. to noon. If you are interested in learning more about gardening, oral design, civic involvement, the many programs planned for the coming year and much, much more please join us. For additional information call 675-0305 or 626-2003.Special Olympics offers free fall sports for intellectual, developmentally disabledGood news! Special Olympics Fall Sports are starting soon, offering FREE training and competition opportunities in Bowling, Gymnastics and Powerlifting for children and adults (8 years old and up) with intellectual and developmental disabilities. Bowling training will be held at Avalon Bowling Center in Milton, Cordova Lanes and Liberty Lanes in Pensacola. Gymnastics is hosted at First City Gym in Pace and Powerlifting is hosted at Riviera Fitness in Pensacola. We are currently accepting applications for new athletes in these programs. New volunteers are also welcome to join us. Volunteers are vital to the Special Olympics movement; they enable us to offer sports training and competition while providing our athletes the opportunity to grow and showcase their skills. The Special Olympics movement can ultimately transform communities by inspiring people to open their minds, accept and include people with intellectual disabilities, and thereby celebrate the similarities common to all people. We invite you to participate in this unique partnership with Special Olympics to celebrate diversity and promote inclusion in our community. To learn more and get involved with Special Olympics today, visit www.specialolympicsescambia. org or contact Jessica Barrale at jessicabarrale@ specialolympicsescambia.org City of Milton MeetingsThe City of Miltons City Council will meet in Executive Session and as the Board of Directors of Sundial Utilities on Monday, Aug. 5, at 4 p.m. in Council Chambers of City Hall, 6738 Dixon Street. The City of Miltons City Council will meet in Regular Session on Tuesday, Aug. 13, at 5 p.m. in Council Chambers of City Hall, 6738 Dixon Street. All meetings are open to the public. For further information on the meeting, contact the City Managers Ofce at 983-5411. News BRIEFSTour visits Gabberts Farm Special to the LogFriends and family of Miss Chloe Channell have scheduled a send off party in anticipation of her trip to New York to participate in Americas Got Talent live television shows. The send off party will be Friday, August 2nd, from 5 7 p.m. at the Pace Community Center on Chumuckla Highway. Fried sh dinners will be served. Chloe will be available for photos and to sign autographs. Although Americas Got Talent provides travel expenses for Chloe and one parent, donations to defray family expenses will be greatly appreciated. Chloes family would like to extend an invitation to all county ofcials, employees, chamber members and residents to join us during this exciting time and help send our very own Santa Rosa resident off to New York!Meet and support Americas Got Talent Pace singer Chloe Channell Special to the LogMILTON The Milton High School Quarterback Club announces their upcoming 4th Annual Big Cat Jamboree and Fish Fry. The event, aimed to increase quarterback club memberships, will take place at Milton Highs Haywood Hannah Stadium on Friday, August 16 and feature scrimmages between the City of Milton and East Milton youth leagues, starting at 5 p.m., followed by high school squads at 7 p.m. Gates open and the sh fry begin at 4 p.m. Admission is free for new & renewing members and $3 for others, except league players and children seven years & under, who will be admitted free. Additionally, members will receive two free sh dinners, which will be sold to the general public for $10 each. There will be a small concession open for other items. Individuals interested in volunteering with the Quarterback Club are encouraged to contact Volunteer Coordinator Wanda Harris at 712-2070. IfF YoOU GoO...WHO: Milton High School Quarterback Club WHAT: 4th Annual Big Cat Jamboree & Fish Fry WHEN: Friday, Aug. 16; 4 p.m. gates open & sh fry begins; 5 p.m. youth league scrimmages; 7 p.m. high school scrimmages WHERE: Milton Highs Haywood Hannah Stadium, located at the intersection of Raymond Hobbs & Byrom Streets COST: Free for members; $3 admission for others, except league players and children 7 & under admitted free; $10 sh dinners. MORE INFO: Bill Price 736-6697Milton High Quarterback Clubs 4th Annual Big Cat Jamboree and Fish Fry set for Aug. 16

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LocalSanta Rosas Press Gazette| B5Wednesday, July 31, 2013 SANTAROSA PRESSGAZETTEFINDUS ONFACEBOOKsrpressgazetteFOLLOWUS ONTWITTER Frank&Ernest BigNate Grizzwells SoupToNuts ModeratelyConfused ANSWERS KitnCarlyle (LifestylistandauthorHarrietteColeispresidentandcreative directorofHarrietteColeMedia.Youcansendquestionsto askharriette@harriettecole.comorc/oUniversalUclick,1130 WalnutSt.,KansasCity,MO64106.)SENSE&SENSITIVITY byHarrietteCole BOYFRIENDREQUESTSWOMAN STOPSEEINGFRIENDS DEARHARRIETTE:Myboyfriend andIhavebeentogetherforabout vemonths.Heworksfrom3p.m. to11p.m.Ivebeenfriendswithhis brotherforveyearsandwithhis sister-in-lawfor20years.Hisbrother andIalmostdatedafewyearsago, andhissister-in-lawandmyboyfrienddatedinthepast.Everytime Igoovertotheirhousetohangout withthemwhilehesatwork,he seemstogetupsetaboutit.They havechildrenaroundmydaughters age,soshecanplaywithherfriends. Iveaskedhimwhathisproblemis withmegoingoverwhenhesat work,andhesaidhedoesnthave aproblemwithit.Idontgoover whenheshomebecauseIwantus tohavealonetimethen.Imnotsure whethertoseethemanymoreor not.--Torn,Shreveport,La. DEARTORN: Itsoundslikeyour combinedrelationshipswithyour boyfriendsfamilyarelayered,to saytheleast.Yourboyfriendmay consciouslyorevenunconsciously beabitconcernedthatyoubeingat theirhomewithouthimmayleadto somekindofintimacy.Isthatafair concern?Whoknows? Outofrespectforhim,you shouldhonorhiswishesandnot gooverthererightnow.Instead, gowithhimthenexttimeyouare together.Eventhoughitseems counterintuitive,itisnt.Giveupa littlealonetimetospendasafamily withyourdaughterandallofthem. Letyourboyfriendgetcomfortable aroundeveryone.Oncehefeelsat ease,hemaychangehismindabout beingOKwithyougoingtherewithouthim.

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ClassifiedsB6| Santa Rosas Press Gazette Wednesday, July 31, 2013 10666873 Stewarts Tractor Works & Land Clearing, Inc. Tree & Stump Removal from trimming to takedown. Debris removal & Storm Clean-Up. Demolition & Hauling. Land Clearing. Backhoe & Trackhoe Work. Heavy Brush & Forestry Mowing. Tree work done by man lift. 516-1801 or 675-4291 Licensed & Insured Free Estimates PAUL STEWART COKERS LAWN & TRACTOR SERVICE From trimming to tractor work. Clean-ups, raking, hauling, mowing, bushhogging, dirt work. Reasonable rates, free estimates. (850) 623-0493 (850) 485-7977 Fully Licensed Dependable Housekeeper Over 20 years of experience! References Available 850-995-0009 Spot Advertising works! 7/1036 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE FIRST JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR SANTA ROSA COUNTY, FLORIDA FAMILY LAW DIVISION Case No. 2013-642-DR IN RE: The Marriage of ASHLEY MICHELLE FLOYD, Petitioner/Wife, and CHRISTOPHER AARON FLOYD Respondent/Husband NOTICE OF ACTION To: Mr. Christopher Floyd ADDRESS UNKNOWN YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that an action for Dissolution of Marriage has been filed against you and you are required to serve a copy of your written defenses, if any, to it on Laura Spencer Coleman, Esquire, Petitioners attorney, whose address is 5228 Elmira Street, Milton, Florida 32570 on or before the 30th day of August, 2013, which is at least thirty (30) days after the first publication of this Notice which first publication date was on the 31th day of July, 2013. The original answer should be filed with the clerk of this court either before service on Petitioners attorney or immediately thereafter. If you fail to do so, a default will be entered against you for the relief demanded in the petition. Copies of all court documents in this case, including orders, are available at the Clerk of the Circuit Courts office. You may review these documents upon request. You must keep the Clerk of the Circuit Courts office notified of your current address. Future papers in this lawsuit will be mailed to the address on record at the Clerks office. This notice shall be published once each week for four consecutive weeks in the Santa Rosa Press Gazette newspaper of general circulation in Santa Rosa County, Florida. IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto set my hand and affixed the official seal of said Court at Milton, Santa Rosa County, Florida on this 23 day of July, 2013. DONALD C. SPENCER Clerk of the Circuit Court Circuit Court Seal By: Brenda Lambrisky DEPUTY CLERK 7/31, 8/7, 8/14, & 8/21/2013 7/1036 7/1039 NOTICE OF SALE The following vehicle will be sold to the highest bidder to satisfy the lien on the vehicle for towing and storage fees owed. The sale will be held 10:00 am (cst) on August 12, 2013, at JRS Paint & Body, 5933 Graham Lane, Milton in Santa Rosa County in the State of Florida. If the owner cares to recover said vehicle they may bring the amount of the charges in cash only before the date and time of sale to JRS Paint & Body and the vehicle will be surrendered to them. This sale is in accordance with FL Statue 713.78 Year: 2000 Make: Chevrolet Model: Silverado VIN: 2GCEC19T2Y1326124 The registered and/or legal owner(s) are: OWNER: Nathan John Aberle 5215 Mary Street Milton, FL 32570-1809 Current fees owed are $100.00 for towing, $40.00 for recovery fees, $.00 for storage charges and $300.00 for Lien Filing Fees. The total amount due is $440.00 as of July 23, 2013. Towing Company : JRs Paint and Body, Inc. 7/31/2013 7/1039 7/1037 NOTICE Tri-County Community Council, Inc., Board of Directors will meet on Thursday, Aug 08, 2013 at 5:00 P.M.,with Finance Committee meeting & Head Start Committee meeting at 4:15 p.m. and Program Committee meeting at 4:30 P.M., at McLains Restaurant located on 331 South in Defuniak Springs. 7/1037 7/31/2013 7/1038 PUBLIC NOTICE SANTA ROSA BAY BRIDGE AUTHORITY The Santa Rosa Bay Bridge Authority Meeting is scheduled for Wednesday August 14, 2013 in the Florida Department of Transportation Conference Room C, at 5:30 p.m. (CST) located at 6025 Old Bagdad Highway Milton, Florida. For further information call (850) 981-2718 or visit garconpointbridge.com Please use rear entrance. 7/31/2013 7/1038 7/1019 IN THE CIRCUIT COURTOF THE FIRSTJUDICIALCIRCUITIN AND FOR SANTAROSA COUNTY, FLORIDA CASE NO. 57-2011-CA-000329 CP-SRMOF 112012-ATRUST, U.S. BANK TRUST NATIONALASSOCIATION, NOTIN ITS INDIVIDUALCAPACITY BUTSOLELYAS TRUSTEE, Plaintiff(s), vs.

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EOE TIDY NOOK NEEDS handyman / landscaper / cleaner to service properties in area. Travel required. Will train. Must have access to internet and own tools. 888-389-8237 A SODA/SNACK VENDING ROUTE LOCATIONS INCLUDED IN YOU LOCAL AREA $8,995 MINIMUM INVESTMENT GUARANTEE CASH FLOW 10 YEAR WARRANTEE 1-800-367-6709 Ext.99 Complete Pizza RestaurantExcellent Location in P.C.B. $79000. 850-234-0661 Text FL60331 to 56654 Near Whiting Field 2BR 1Ba Quiet neighborhood Rent $500 mo & $475 deposit. Call 850 626-6638 Pace, very nice, large 16 wide, 3/2, on private fenced lot, no pets, $650/$500 deposit. Call 850-994-0155 LARGE HOME ON 2 ACRES!! 3260 Sq Foot home with 4 bedrooms and 3 baths. Located close to Tanglewood Golf on Mayberry Lane. Serene setting among Oaks and offers a workshop and Large RV Parking Garage. $240,000 CALL: Deck Realty, Linda Deck 850-346-2165 FORECLOSURE LAND LIQUIDATION! Own your own mountain retreat with National Forest access in the beautiful Blue Ridge Mountains. 1+ acre mountain view homesite in gated mountain community, bargain priced at only $14,900 -way below cost! Paved road, municipal water, underground power. Financing. Call now 1-866-952-5303, x 32 CASH PAIDfor junk cars or trucks. Running or not. Call: 983-9527 or 723-5048 IRIS A. BELL; et al., Defendant(s). NOTICE OF FORE CLOSURE SALE PURSUANT T O CHAPTER 45 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that Sale will be made pursuant to a Final Judgment. Final Judgment was awarded on June 26, 2013 in Civil Case No. 57-2011-CA-000329, of the Circuit Court of the FIRSTJudicial Circuit in and for SANTA ROSACounty, Florida, wherein, CP-SRMOF 112012-ATRUST, U.S. BANKTRUSTNATIONALASSOCIATION, NOTIN ITS INDIVIDUALCAPACITY BUTSOLELYAS TRUSTEE is the Plaintiff, and, IRIS A. BELL; GILA. BELL; FLORIDA HOUSING FINANCE CORPORATION; UNKNOWN TENANT(S) IN POSSESSION are Defendants. The clerk of the court, Donald C. Spencer, will sell to the highest bidder for cash at 11:00 A.M. on Aug. 9 2013 at the Santa Rosa County Courthouse at the North Front Steps of the Courthouse, 6865 Caroline Street, Milton, Florida 32572 the following described real property as set forth in said Final summary Judgment, to wit: THE EAST 1/2 OF LOT 5, BLOCK 55, OF FLORIDATOWN, RECORDED IN DEED BOOK A-15, PAGE 389, OF THE PUBLIC RECORDS OF SANTA ROSACOUNTY, FLORIDA. ANYPERSON CLAIMING AN INTERESTIN THE SURPLUS FROM THE SALE, IF ANY, OTHER THAN THE PROPERTYOWNER AS OF THE DATE OF THE LIS PENDENS MUSTFILE ACLAIM WITHIN 60 DAYS AFTER THE SALE. WITNESS my hand and the seal of the court on July 17, 2013. CLERK OF THE COURT Donald C. Spencer Circuit Court Seal By: Leslie Sparr Deputy Clerk Aldridge I Connors, LLP Attorney for Plaintiff(s) 7000 West Palmetto Park Rd., Suite 307 Boca Raton, FL33433 Phone: 561.392.6391 Fax: 561.392.6965 IMPORT ANT If you are a person with a disability who needs any accommodation in order to participate in this proceeding, you are entitled, at no cost to you, to the provision of certain assistance. Please contact: Court Administration, ADA Liaison, Escambia County, 190 Governmental Center, 5th Floor, Pensacola, FL 32502, Phone (850) 595-4400 Fax (850) 595-0360, ADA.Escambia@flcourts1.g ov, at least 7 days before your scheduled court appearance, or immediately upon receiving this notification if the time before the scheduled appearance is less than 7 days; if you are hearing or voice impaired, call 711. 7/24 & 7/31/2013 7/1019

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FREE FREE 1654406 PAYDAYLOANSComeseeBrandie Jastrzembski850-400-19925722StewartStreet,Milton 2-headed turtle at Texas zoo gets Facebook page SAN ANTONIO (AP) A two-headed turtle born last month at the San Antonio Zoo has become so popular that she has her own Facebook page. Zoo of cials say the Texas cooter, named Thelma and Louise for the female duo in the 1991 Oscar-winning movie, has been doing well. Spokeswoman Debbie Rios-Vanskike said the turtle eats and swims, and added that the two heads named Louise Left and Thelma Right get along. The Facebook page on Sunday showed photos of the quirky reptile and imaginary conversations between the two heads. The turtle hatched June 18. The animal is on display at the zoos Friedrich Aquarium. Judge nes woman who cursed at jury selection ERIE, Pa. (AP) A Pennsylvania woman has been ned $500 for cursing because she was frustrated with being picked to serve on a jury. The Erie Times-News reported Erie County Judge Ernest DiSantis levied the ne Wednesday on Kathleen Port. DiSantis told the Erie woman she was totally out of line and explained jury service is a duty of citizenship. Port, whose phone number is unlisted, apologized several times but was ned nonetheless. She told the judge she was upset because jury service would make her miss work and cost her income. DiSantis said Port could have claimed a hardship on her jury service questionnaire, but did not. Port was also thrown off the jury, which was picked to hear an illegal weapons case. Rescued Florida sea turtle headed for Las Vegas casino retirementLAS VEGAS (AP) An ailing 320-pound, green sea turtle, believed to be about 50 years old, was packed in a customized FedEx crate to be shipped to Las Vegas on Thursday to give it a better home at a luxury casino. The turtle, named OD, after a dive charter boat that rescued it in 2008, has been cared for at the Florida Keys-based Turtle Hospital for almost ve years. It cannot be released due to an irreparable collapsed lung that left it oating on its side. Of cials at the Turtle Hospital decided OD needed a better home with a larger and more stimulating environment. The Shark Reef Aquarium at Mandalay Bay Resort and Casino in Las Vegas offered to give OD a home for his retirement at its 1.6-million-gallon aquarium which already houses several sea turtles. Hes ready now for a forever home ... where he can live out his life, said Turtle Hospital Manager Bette Zirkelbach. FedEx is providing free air transportation for OD for the 2,400-mile trip to Las Vegas in a specially moisturized and foam-padded crate, accompanied by Zirkelbach and Turtle Hospital founder Richie Moretti. Odd NEWSWednesday July 31, 2013 FREE EDITION TAKE ONE By MARCIA LANEThe Associated Press Whether you call him William, Billy or Willie, 18th century naturalist William Bartram is still making his presence felt in 21st-century Florida. Bartram would several times visit the Southern colonies before the United States was the United States. In 1791, he would publish his Travels, a book detailing those journeys and the fauna and ora, people and customs he observed. The book would be the rst scienti c book to come out of the new United States. In Florida some of those travels were along the St. Johns River that borders both St. Johns and Putnam counties. Now a group in Putnam is seeking to expand peoples appreciation of Bartram. They see it as both a way to promote ecotourism and a way to give the states schoolchildren a better understanding about the early naturalist and the early people of the state. (Bartram scholar) Charlotte Porter convinced us that William Bartrams Travels in Putnam County is ours its our history, our heritage and our nature. In her words: Putnam County owns him, Putnam County Commission Chair Nancy Harris told a group over the weekend. For two days Putnam County hosted a scholarly symposium on Bartram, funded in part by a Florida Humanities Council grant. Both the county government and the City of Palatka have chipped in resources and personnel to help the Bartram Trails in Putnam Committee, the group heading up the effort to spread information about Bartrams role in the states early history. I knew (the history) was here, but I never knew how important it all was We just need to appreciate this, said Sam Carr, who chairs the committee. With 31 identi ed places relating to Bartram and his travels in Putnam, the group is offering visitors and the curious a chance to see where William visited. Theyve come up with biking, hiking, driving and canoeing trails. For those who arent ready to physically see the places, theres a website that offers photographs, quotes from the book and explanations offering both historical and scienti c information about the spots. They plan to do more including kiosks along the riverfronts in Palatka that tell about Bartram and unobtrusive signs along the waterways that smartphone users can scan as they canoe or kayak past. Brochures and exhibits are also planned. We are hoping this is the beginning of something really great, of a public private partnership, Carr said. Appreciating Bartram isnt new. The emphasis on it in Putnam County is. Tim Kyser, who heads up the Putnam County Environmental Committee, says the whole project has been a long time coming together. The symposium included historians, scientists, environmentalists, nature lovers and a few of the just curious in attendance, giving an indication of Bartrams appeal. So what makes Bartram special? As scientist Dean Campbell told the group, everybody at the symposium was talking about how they came to Billy. For him, it was rst a copy of the book given him by his father when he was 25. But, he said it wasnt the elaborate passages or the poetry of the writing, it was the science contained within. Campbell, who became part of the St. Johns River Water Managements cleaning up the St. Johns River initiative, found Williams book offered accounts of what the river looked like when it was still pristine and thus gave them ideas when starting the cleanup. And he was even more impressed by the journals that Williams father, John, wrote. John appealed to me as a scientist. I can see what he saw. Bartram rst visited the area with his father, John. He later made trips by himself. Those elaborate passages and poetry of writing did inspire others including English poets Samuel Coleridge and William Wordsworth in their writing. His writings on the Indian Nations, the customs and the trading have offered insight into the economic system including the frontier exchange economy and the British empire system. His descriptions of ora and fauna included discoveries of new plants and led to the naming of several. His artwork offered a meticulous look at previously unknown species and allowed readers their rst glimpse at species native to the area. Two of the committee members Ken and Janice Mahaffey of San Mateo recently returned from a couple of months in Europe. The highlight of their trip? Probably going to Londons Natural History Museum, which has an original copy of Bartrams Travels, a journal and the original of some of his illustrations. It was like the Holy Grail, said Janice Mahaffey. To see the original pen and ink and how meticulously they were done. And I was holding the original manuscript, Ken Mahaffey said. They handed it over to me and I was turning the pages and thinking as I read, I know where hes talking about.BARTRAMS TRAVELSGroup expanding knowledge of 18th century explorer BOOK OF TRAVELSPublished in 1791, Bartrams Travels is a book of four different parts. Part one outlines preparations for his trip and describes his journey in 1773 from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, to the Georgia colony. Part two recounts to Bartrams travels in British East Florida in the year 1774. Part three describes his investigations in the territories of the Cherokees and Choctaws, or West Florida, Alabama, and the region west to the Mississippi River in 1775. Part four contains Bartrams valuable accounts of Southeastern Indian groups at the time of the American Revolution. Besides the Creeks and Seminoles, Bartram discussed three other Indian groups living between the Savannah and Mississippi rivers: (1) Cherokees occupying in the mountain valleys of the Carolinas, Tennessee and Georgia, (2) Choctaws controlling lands from the Tombighee to Mississippi rivers, and (3) Chickasaws to the north of the Choctaws. Florida Museum of Natural History PENSACOLA, 1775While waiting for a ship to take him west from Mobile, Alabama to the Pearl River in 1775, Bartram decided to embark for the Perdido River for the purpose of securing the remains of a wreck. Although his subsequent arrival in Pensacola was merely accidental and undesigned, the naturalist was soon introduced to Governor Peter Chester of West Florida who commended my pursuits, and invited me to continue in West Florida in researches after subjects of natural history. Chester offered to pay Bartrams expenses and put him up with his own family. Already committed to collect specimens for the British Quaker physician, Dr. John Fothergill, Bartram declined the governors offer to survey West Florida. Although his visit to Pensacola was brief (less than 24 hours), he gave detailed descriptions of the city in his Travels. During the next century, there was talk of ceding the sparsely settled Florida panhandle to Alabama. In 1875, poet and composer Sidney Lanier similarly praised the beauty of the gulf coastal bays and ne sh and oysters in his tourist guide, Florida: Its Scenery, Climate and History. WILLIAM BARTRAM1739-1823

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FreeB2| Santa Rosas Free Press Wednesday, July 31, 2013 10666873 Stewarts Tractor Works & Land Clearing, Inc. Tree & Stump Removal from trimming to takedown. Debris removal & Storm Clean-Up. Demolition & Hauling. Land Clearing. Backhoe & Trackhoe Work. Heavy Brush & Forestry Mowing. Tree work done by man lift. 516-1801 or 675-4291 Licensed & Insured Free Estimates PAUL STEWART COKERS LAWN & TRACTOR SERVICE From trimming to tractor work. Clean-ups, raking, hauling, mowing, bushhogging, dirt work. Reasonable rates, free estimates. (850) 623-0493 (850) 485-7977 Fully Licensed Dependable Housekeeper Over 20 years of experience! References Available 850-995-0009 Spot Advertising works! 7/1036 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE FIRST JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR SANTA ROSA COUNTY, FLORIDA FAMILY LAW DIVISION Case No. 2013-642-DR IN RE: The Marriage of ASHLEY MICHELLE FLOYD, Petitioner/Wife, and CHRISTOPHER AARON FLOYD Respondent/Husband NOTICE OF ACTION To: Mr. Christopher Floyd ADDRESS UNKNOWN YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that an action for Dissolution of Marriage has been filed against you and you are required to serve a copy of your written defenses, if any, to it on Laura Spencer Coleman, Esquire, Petitioners attorney, whose address is 5228 Elmira Street, Milton, Florida 32570 on or before the 30th day of August, 2013, which is at least thirty (30) days after the first publication of this Notice which first publication date was on the 31th day of July, 2013. The original answer should be filed with the clerk of this court either before service on Petitioners attorney or immediately thereafter. If you fail to do so, a default will be entered against you for the relief demanded in the petition. Copies of all court documents in this case, including orders, are available at the Clerk of the Circuit Courts office. You may review these documents upon request. You must keep the Clerk of the Circuit Courts office notified of your current address. Future papers in this lawsuit will be mailed to the address on record at the Clerks office. This notice shall be published once each week for four consecutive weeks in the Santa Rosa Press Gazette newspaper of general circulation in Santa Rosa County, Florida. IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto set my hand and affixed the official seal of said Court at Milton, Santa Rosa County, Florida on this 23 day of July, 2013. DONALD C. SPENCER Clerk of the Circuit Court Circuit Court Seal By: Brenda Lambrisky DEPUTY CLERK 7/31, 8/7, 8/14, & 8/21/2013 7/1036 7/1039 NOTICE OF SALE The following vehicle will be sold to the highest bidder to satisfy the lien on the vehicle for towing and storage fees owed. The sale will be held 10:00 am (cst) on August 12, 2013, at JRS Paint & Body, 5933 Graham Lane, Milton in Santa Rosa County in the State of Florida. If the owner cares to recover said vehicle they may bring the amount of the charges in cash only before the date and time of sale to JRS Paint & Body and the vehicle will be surrendered to them. This sale is in accordance with FL Statue 713.78 Year: 2000 Make: Chevrolet Model: Silverado VIN: 2GCEC19T2Y1326124 The registered and/or legal owner(s) are: OWNER: Nathan John Aberle 5215 Mary Street Milton, FL 32570-1809 Current fees owed are $100.00 for towing, $40.00 for recovery fees, $.00 for storage charges and $300.00 for Lien Filing Fees. The total amount due is $440.00 as of July 23, 2013. Towing Company : JRs Paint and Body, Inc. 7/31/2013 7/1039 7/1037 NOTICE Tri-County Community Council, Inc., Board of Directors will meet on Thursday, Aug 08, 2013 at 5:00 P.M.,with Finance Committee meeting & Head Start Committee meeting at 4:15 p.m. and Program Committee meeting at 4:30 P.M., at McLains Restaurant located on 331 South in Defuniak Springs. 7/1037 7/31/2013 7/1038 PUBLIC NOTICE SANTA ROSA BAY BRIDGE AUTHORITY The Santa Rosa Bay Bridge Authority Meeting is scheduled for Wednesday August 14, 2013 in the Florida Department of Transportation Conference Room C, at 5:30 p.m. (CST) located at 6025 Old Bagdad Highway Milton, Florida. For further information call (850) 981-2718 or visit garconpointbridge.com Please use rear entrance. 7/31/2013 7/1038 7/1019 IN THE CIRCUIT COURTOF THE FIRSTJUDICIALCIRCUITIN AND FOR SANTAROSA COUNTY, FLORIDA CASE NO. 57-2011-CA-000329 CP-SRMOF 112012-ATRUST, U.S. BANK TRUST NATIONALASSOCIATION, NOTIN ITS INDIVIDUALCAPACITY BUTSOLELYAS TRUSTEE, Plaintiff(s), vs.

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Own your own mountain retreat with National Forest access in the beautiful Blue Ridge Mountains. 1+ acre mountain view homesite in gated mountain community, bargain priced at only $14,900 -way below cost! Paved road, municipal water, underground power. Financing. Call now 1-866-952-5303, x 32 CASH PAIDfor junk cars or trucks. Running or not. Call: 983-9527 or 723-5048 IRIS A. BELL; et al., Defendant(s). NOTICE OF FORE CLOSURE SALE PURSUANT T O CHAPTER 45 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that Sale will be made pursuant to a Final Judgment. Final Judgment was awarded on June 26, 2013 in Civil Case No. 57-2011-CA-000329, of the Circuit Court of the FIRSTJudicial Circuit in and for SANTA ROSACounty, Florida, wherein, CP-SRMOF 112012-ATRUST, U.S. BANKTRUSTNATIONALASSOCIATION, NOTIN ITS INDIVIDUALCAPACITY BUTSOLELYAS TRUSTEE is the Plaintiff, and, IRIS A. BELL; GILA. BELL; FLORIDA HOUSING FINANCE CORPORATION; UNKNOWN TENANT(S) IN POSSESSION are Defendants. The clerk of the court, Donald C. Spencer, will sell to the highest bidder for cash at 11:00 A.M. on Aug. 9 2013 at the Santa Rosa County Courthouse at the North Front Steps of the Courthouse, 6865 Caroline Street, Milton, Florida 32572 the following described real property as set forth in said Final summary Judgment, to wit: THE EAST 1/2 OF LOT 5, BLOCK 55, OF FLORIDATOWN, RECORDED IN DEED BOOK A-15, PAGE 389, OF THE PUBLIC RECORDS OF SANTA ROSACOUNTY, FLORIDA. ANYPERSON CLAIMING AN INTERESTIN THE SURPLUS FROM THE SALE, IF ANY, OTHER THAN THE PROPERTYOWNER AS OF THE DATE OF THE LIS PENDENS MUSTFILE ACLAIM WITHIN 60 DAYS AFTER THE SALE. WITNESS my hand and the seal of the court on July 17, 2013. CLERK OF THE COURT Donald C. Spencer Circuit Court Seal By: Leslie Sparr Deputy Clerk Aldridge I Connors, LLP Attorney for Plaintiff(s) 7000 West Palmetto Park Rd., Suite 307 Boca Raton, FL33433 Phone: 561.392.6391 Fax: 561.392.6965 IMPORT ANT If you are a person with a disability who needs any accommodation in order to participate in this proceeding, you are entitled, at no cost to you, to the provision of certain assistance. Please contact: Court Administration, ADA Liaison, Escambia County, 190 Governmental Center, 5th Floor, Pensacola, FL 32502, Phone (850) 595-4400 Fax (850) 595-0360, ADA.Escambia@flcourts1.g ov, at least 7 days before your scheduled court appearance, or immediately upon receiving this notification if the time before the scheduled appearance is less than 7 days; if you are hearing or voice impaired, call 711. 7/24 & 7/31/2013 7/1019

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