• TABLE OF CONTENTS
HIDE
 Section A
 Section B














Group Title: Bay beacon
Title: The Bay beacon
ALL ISSUES CITATION PDF VIEWER THUMBNAILS ZOOMABLE PAGE IMAGE
Full Citation
STANDARD VIEW MARC VIEW
Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00099641/00016
 Material Information
Title: The Bay beacon
Alternate Title: Beacon
Physical Description: v. : ill. ; 58 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Bayou Enterprises
Place of Publication: Niceville, Fla
Publication Date: June 30, 2010
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subject: Newspapers -- Niceville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Valparaiso (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Okaloosa -- Niceville
United States -- Florida -- Okaloosa -- Bluewater Bay
United States -- Florida -- Okaloosa -- Valparaiso
Coordinates: 30.516111 x -86.471667 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began Apr. 22, 1992.
General Note: Description based on: May 11, 1994.
 Record Information
Bibliographic ID: UF00099641
Volume ID: VID00016
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 30766158
lccn - sn 98001910
issn - 1097-6469

Downloads

This item has the following downloads:

PDF ( 16 MBs ) ( PDF )


Table of Contents
    Section A
        Page A 1
        Page A 2
        Page A 3
        Page A 4- A 5
        Page A 6
        Page A 7
        Page A 8
        Page A 9
        Page A 10
    Section B
        Page B 1
        Page B 2
        Page B 3
        Page B 4
        Page B 5
        Page B 6
        Page B 7
        Page B 8
Full Text

















CoMIkJg


Monday. 5:30 p.m.
Silver Sands Republican
Women will host Okaloosa
County School Board can-
didates Paul W. Brock,
Rodney L. Walker and
Howard Hill at the
Niceville Bluewater Bay
Golf Club Restaurant. Call
678-21 82 for reservations.
Monday. 5:30 p.m.
The next
Creative
Gardener
Series pro-
gram will be
at the
Valparaiso Library. The
topic is Fun Facts About
Southern Gardens. David
Weatherford, Valparaiso
librarian and history
teacher at Northwest
Florida State College, will
discuss the cultural ele-
ments of Southern gardens.
Info: 729-5406.
Tuesday
Niceville Public Library
will display a Teacher's
Discovery Traveling Exhibit
from
July 6
to July
17 fea-
turing
the
paint-
ings of Wyland, the
renowned marine life artist.
"Dive into Art and
Conservation" features four
of Wyland's paintings and
reinforces the importance
of water conservation. This
exhibit is free to the public.
Monday-Thursday. 6 a.m.
Join the ROTC students
at Northwest Florida State
College for physical train-
ing this summer, and get
into shape free of charge
as the program opens its
workout
routine
to the
b public.
SEvery
SMonday
through
Aug. 19, 6-7 a.m. at the
Niceville campus.
Info: Capt. David
Avallone, 729-6022 or
aval lond@nwfsc.edu.

Calendar, B-6.


Population falls a 4th year

Okaloosa total down 2.7% since 2005


By Del Lessard
Beacon Staff Writer
Local officials say the impending
influx of 6,500 soliders and dependents
of the 7th Special Forces Group by
September 2011 may halt a four-year
decline in the number of people living
in Okaloosa County. But they worry
that fallout from the BP oil spill may
endanger those population gains.
The number of people in Okaloosa
County has declined every year since
2005, according to estimates released


last week by the U.S. Census Bureau.
According to the 2000 U.S. Census,
Okaloosa County had 170,498 people.
By 2005 the county's estimated popu-
lation had grown to 183,398, a 7.6 per-
cent increase over five years. By 2009
the county's population shrank to
178,473, a 2.7 percent decline from the
peak in 2005. Despite the downturn,
for the decade Okaloosa County grew
by 4.7 percent overall.
Following the same trend, the City
Please see FALLS, page A-2


Slick so big, boats so small


A burst during the 2008 fire-
works display.


Valp., Reid trade


suits on gas post


By Del Lessard
Beacon Staff Writer
Charles Reid, Valparaiso's repre-
sentative to Okaloosa Gas since 2003,
last week sued the city, saying its dis-
missal of him from the post last month
was politically
motivated.
Valparaiso city
commissioners
responded Monday
night, voting 3-1 to
countersue Reid,
and the gas district
itself.
Reid has been
Valparaiso's repre-
sentative on the Charles Reid
Okaloosa Gas board since 2003, but
was notified in May that he had been
fired by the city commission and
would be replaced by City
Commissioner Heyward Strong. Reid,


who was twice appointed by the com-
mission, replied that he had no inten-
tion of stepping down until his current
four-year term ended in March 2011.
Reid's lawsuit alleges that he was
not given any justification for his ter-
mination-"except the extent the City
Attorney attempted to justify the ter-
mination by letter to petitioner after
the termination had already been
accomplished"-and that therefore
Reid was not given an opportunity to
call witnesses on his behalf in an earli-
er city commission hearing on the
matter.
Reid, in the complaint filed by his
lawyer, Mike Chesser, also alleges "that
one or more members of the city com-
mission wanted them to be appointed to
the (gas) district board, and were upset"
when Reid was appointed by a previous
city commission.
Please see REID, page A-8


Bursts


over


Boggy


July 4

fireworks set

after year's

absence

By Thomas Monigan
Staff Writer
Niceville City Manager
Lannie Corbin handed out
sparklers last year when there
wasn't enough money to fund
the annual Twin Cities
Independence Day fireworks dis-
play, but he knew it was no
laughing matter.

Lincoln Park events, B-5.

Now, after a one-year hiatus,
the July 4 fireworks display over
Boggy Bayou is back. The show
will begin at 9 p.m. Sunday.
For 20 years previously, the
Niceville-Valparaiso Chamber of
Commerce had made the July
4th fireworks a local tradition.
Please see BURSTS, page A-8


A shrinking base
Okaloosa County population by year


200,000
190,000
180,000
170,000
160,000
150,000
140,000
130,000
120,000
110,000
100,000


2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009,473



2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009


Forced landing can't keep aviator earthbound


Bluewater

man sells

plane kits

N-GE, By Thomas Monigan
Staff Writer
Dennis Funnemark knew
his Tango 2 wasn't going to
stay airborne much longer, and
his first attempt at an emer-
Sgency landing had not been
successful.
But Funnemark did what
he had learned to do even
before he piloted an F-4 fight-
erjet in Vietnam. He remained
calm and trusted his reflexes.
Dennis Funnemark, who once flew jets for the Air Force, now gets a lot of "seat time" And it worked. Well
in his Niceville-based Tango 2 prop plane. It comes out of a kit made by a company in enough to walk away from the
which he is a partner. Earlier this month he called on his experience and reflexes to
make an emergency landing in another Tango 2 in central Florida. Please see AVIATOR, page A-9


I


MIMIUMIMMIMUS611 WvllMlFJIM=Ml-MEt


I -


I






Page A-2


THE BAY BEACON


Wednesday, June 30, 2010


I I



Discount applied to the cost of any Starkey "S"
Series Hearing Instrument. (Includes a 2YR WORRY
FREE WARRANTY and 2YR Loss & Damage cover-
age)




L- --------nicevir---cm-
www.nicevillehearingcenter.com
info@nicevillehearingcenter.com


9-7 Mon.-Sat. www.bayoubookcompany.com
Oa rekShpingCntr- ievle 7819


NHS cafeteria to get $200,000



makeover in bid to boost sales


By Thomas Monigan
Staff Writer
Niceville High School officials
have about five weeks to give their
cafeteria a serious makeover. The
aim is to boost by 50 percent the
number of students buying school
lunches.
Monday the Okaloosa County
School Board approved spending
$200,351 from the Food Service
Fund Balance for the project.
Denver Equipment Co. of
Charlotte Inc. will do the work. If
all goes well, the concept may be
extended to other schools in the
county.
At Niceville, the goal is to
eventually increase the number of
daily lunches from about 650 to
1,000.

FALLS
From page A-1

of Niceville's population grew
from 11,684 in 2000 to 12,744 in
2005, then began a slow but
steady decline to an estimated
12,126 in 2009, down 4.9 percent
from its peak.
Valparaiso had a 2000 popula-
tion of 6,408, peaked in 2003 at an
estimated 6,514, and by 2009 had
fallen to 5,840, down 10.3 percent
from its peak.
The numbers are estimates


Drawings supplied
by Denver
Equipment Co. of
Charlotte Inc. show
the modern func-
tion and appear-
ance that will be
coming to the
Niceville High
School cafeteria.


Estimated enrollment for the
2010-11 school year is about
1,900 at the high school, accord-
ing to its principal, Linda Smith.
"Customers now are a bit
choosier," Smith said. "When we
were in school we would have
been happy just to get a salad.
Today's students want to make
sure they can get what they want
on that salad."

based on the 2000 census and
other factors. The 2010 census
has not yet been completed.
The population decline is prin-
cipally due to the military, and its
recovery will be due to the mili-
tary, said David Goetsch,
Northwest Florida State College
vice-president for community
relations and work force develop-
ment and an author on business
topics. The loss of the F-15 mis-
sion at Eglin Air Fore Base result-
ed in the loss of about 5,000 peo-
ple. That loss is expected to be
offset by the beddown of an F-35


The upcoming school year
starts on Aug. 5 and it will be the
second that a company known as
Sodexo USA will be providing the
food for Okaloosa's public
schools, superseding the program
long run by the school district
itself.
Larry Haile is the man in
charge of that operation, and he
termed the makeover "a branded

training wing and the Army 7th
Special Forces Group (Airborne)
at Eglin.
Goetsch predicted that as the
county regains population, the
areas of growth may be different.
The oil spill will have a negative
effect on fishing and tourism, he
said, but its full effect is still
unknown.
Estimated population decline is
not all that surprising, said Jim
Curry, Okaloosa County
Administrator, because it was pre-
dicted with the draw-down at
Eglin. The decline "definitely
impacts" local government
because of the correlation of pop-
ulation numbers with revenue and
local governments reliance on
property taxes, he said.
Because of supply and
demand, fewer people means
more vacant homes and declining
property values, and smaller prop-
erty tax revenue. The forecast is
for more difficult years ahead,
Curry said, with the oil spill poten-
tial to be "significant."
"Quite frankly, I'm really wor-
ried about this," Curry said.


W WI
-=w
41 Ww .1


Pure broadband is everything you want from an internet connection no phone line required at a great
price, so you can watch the latest videos on YouTube'" and Hulu", download a concert in seconds and play
games in real time, all the time.

pure speed. pure simplicity.

call 866.948.6104 I click iwantpure.com I stop by a CenturyLink Store


CUSTOM BEDDING
How much would you spend on a
beautiful bedroom? $500; $5000;
or somewhere in between? I got
to thinking about this after
attending last month's Decorating
Den Interiors conference in New
Orleans and came home with a set
of $300 bamboo quilted no slip
sheets and a bamboo quilted
mattress cover. $500 wouldn't go
very far with prices like these but
there are folks out there who
would be willing to spend dollars
on a beautiful master bedroom
instead of shopping for a bed in a
bag. All in one bedding is easy but
it's not very creative. How many
times does the dust ruffle in the
bag actually fit the bed you have?
They're always skimpy and they
usually need to be slit in the
corners in order to accommodate
the bed post. At the very least,
please have a custom dust ruffle
made to coordinate and maybe a
new custom valance or drapery.
We spend a third of our lives
sleeping! Pamper yourself!

Through May 31,1 have an
incredible offer on 300 count
sheets sets that are no slip and
guaranteed to stay on. A queen
set is $80 with extra long top
sheet, stay fitted sheet and 2 pillow
cases. Call 244-2255 for details!


CenturyLink-
Stronger Connected"


*Offerendsn0'30/201 The monthlyrateof $29.95requiresa 12-month te agreement, afterwhich standard ratesapplyRateappliesto upto 1.5MbpsHigh-SpeedInternet sevice.Anadditionalmonthlyfeeand separate shipping and handling feewill applytocustomers modem orrouter All ratesexcludetaxesfeesandsurcharges



RIIV SFI I TRARF nRARIC RIIV FI ITRA TRAEF RAMIM RiV FiI TREAF nRAMRIC RIIV SFI I TRARF nRAMRIC RIIV SFI I TRARF nRAMRIC


Carol Stearns
Award Winning Interior Decorator
850.244.2255
cstearns@decoratingden.com
www.decoratingden.com


DR. RICHARD C. REBECK
Hearing Aid Specialist,
Professor of Medicine
and Engineering


The Bay Beacon
& Beacon Express
1181 E. John Sims Parkway,
Niceville, Florida 32578
%' N (850) 678-1080 Fax: 729-3225
info@baybeacon.com
The Bay Beacon and Beacon Express, incorporating the Bluewater Breeze, is published
every Wednesday by Bayou Enterprises Inc. Free total-market home delivery to Niceville,
Valparaiso, Bluewater Bay and Seminole, as well as mid-Walton County from Villa Tasso to
Basin Bayou, including Choctaw Beach. Subscriptions: One year, mail, $104.
One year, electronic subscription, $52.
Niceville's Newspaper


retail look" most often seen in
mall food courts.
"You've got to win 'em over,
get 'em in the door," Haile said.
"Students are like anybody
else-they've got to see value
and quality."
Rick Norris, program direc-
tor for the purchasing depart-
ment of the school district, said
he would be happy to see the
number of those buying com-
plete lunches increase to 1,000
in the near future.
"We expect a large increase
in participation," said Barry
Poole, CEO of Denver
Equipment. "It's a combination
of what we do and what the
operator (Sodexo) can do. It
puts the burden on both of us."

"We've been hanging our hat on
that (the 7th Special Forces
Group). "Unfortunately right now
this oil brought a little gray into
that forecast."
Okaloosa County
Superintendent of Schools Alexis
Tibbetts said she doesn't antici-
pate having to close another
school due to the continued
decline of school-age population.
In recent years the school dis-
trict closed schools on Eglin, in
Ocean City and Valparaiso due to
falling enrollments.
Tibbetts said the district is in a
"wait-and-see" mode as to where
incoming airmen and soldiers, and
their families, decide to live.
She said she, too, is worried
that the oil spill may have a more
negative impact on the local popu-
lation, depending on how long the
environmental disaster lingers.
Families who depend on the hos-
pitality, charter fishing industry
and other businesses dependent on
the areas beautiful beaches and
Gulf waters will only be able to
hold out for so long before some
may be forced to move, she said.


I M-1 U.imkm M-R M-MlIm"'M F.V-WM.. M. MR





WuPage A-3


THE BAY BEACON.


~ ml cr


A -


04s~


NW ACCEPTING
^i^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ ^^^^^^^^


r KEY CHAINSl y





BIKE & DISC


fi
it

I


I 20 Walter Martin Rd. Ft. Walton Beach I
(across from the FWB Post Office) 226-6853
-
1101M--- .1


%&ss Organization
and
*-rDcor
have combined forces.
Miss Organization can help you
painlessly clear the clutter.
You can keep it or we can help you sort
and toss. Everything is confidential.
Re-Decor can help you move your things
around so it feels like new. Sometimes moving a
sofa or changing the placement of a lamp is all
thal is needed. Still wanting something new,
then our resources are Capris, Braxton,
Bernhardt, Henredon, Lexington, Bassett,
to name a few. We have been decorating for a
combined total of 23 years.
a iAlso packing china and crystal for moving.


[yu f irstconuilta[!ionisH!LFJ--RllC


Dr. Justine Vial, DDS
Family Dentistry

United Concordia and
Delta Dental Premier
Providers


MID BAY DENTAL


4506 Highway 20 East Suite 100
Winn-Dixie Marketplace at Bluewater




The

BOATHOUSE
L A N D I N 6
RESTAURANT
Come Watch the Fireworks with Us!
11:30 a.m. to 9:00 p.m. Call Early For Reservations











Serving Lunch and Dinner Every Day
Banquet Facilities
124 John Sims Parkway, Valparaiso
(Just Past Angels Are Us) 678-2805 www.theboathouselanding.com


* iXCew t
Scawtce Cetecat fr t"
age I1 14
SBeginingJuly 2010
in Niceville
cJc ea ystnegO etiquette
tufwugA &taiewm dance"
a oe ain, adut c
-JNiewiUe (Alton X 9ai)
Ceat -9,WiS (Wed & Sat)
(850) 200-7348
stepbystepballroom.com


^^^^^^^^^^


Key Group
W;I Opening Doors For You


Kelly Shephard
543-7353
Kathy Campbell
496-9811


Call the #1 Team
in the Southland
Region for the
entire CENTURY 21
system for 2009.


Wilson Minger Agency
IN aultJoIIS.IF3 Pkv
Nbalflkl. FL 3228


www.homesinnicevilleflorida.com


Discover A Fiesta Of Flavor. South Of The Border Style.


MEXICAN RESTAURANT
HOMEMADE AUTHENTIC MEXICAN FOOD! PREPARED FRESH DAILY!


DINE-IN CARRY OUT
NICEVILLE Parkway Shopping Center 729-1127
BLUEWATER BAY Merchant's Walk 729-0081
VALPARAISO 318 Valparaiso Pkwy. 678-4400


<< wsus 7 7 ^^ noncnmy^ >
visi J' 389-.2124 mnb hly'
,* RENOVATIONS ARE COMPLETE??? ^
COME CHECK OUT OUR NEW LOOK SATURDAY,
JULY 3RD SPECIAL HOURS 9-3 & EVERYONE
STANS FOR FREEit! !!
10% OFF ALL PACKAGES AND PRODUCTS with this ad exp. 7/31/10\/
."-
FREE MILITARY/DOD& STUDENT ID DISCOUNTS i
7 ACCELERATOR 133 N. John Sims Pkwy
LOTION WITH (next to Goodwill in Valparaiso)
EVERY SESSION M-F 10am 8pm, Sat Sam-lpm, Sun 12-3 ""-"


fGIUEIMO'S
na & Italian Grill

PASTA SPECIALS*
Every Night
Oen 'till 7:00 p.m.
[bration of Serving
Coast for 20 years

I 850-654-9880
529 Harbor Boulevard, Destin
I iE "l,+' 1" 1 8 5- 111 1


Wednesday, June 30, 2010


lu, IMMUNE, M-1 U.imkm M-R ME In", M F.V-WM..


I', I.


oov


I


= ,- -





Page A-4 THE BAY BEACON


-THE BAY BEACON Page A-5


K41IY ,3#4a


Thomas M. Fox, D.O.
Orthopedic Surgeon
Board Certified


Iliam J Markowski, M.D.
Orthopedic Surgeon
Board Certified


Steven S. Donchey, M.D. Rustin G. Sorensen, PA.-C
Musculoskeletal Medicine Physician Assistant
Sports Medicine Certified National Commission
Board Certified of Physician Assistants
~ -.


EXPERIENCED, RELIABLE, COMPASSIONATE ORTHOPEDIC CARE


i


L Accepting Most Insurances A

NICEVILLE CREST VIEW DESTIN
1950 Bluewater Blvd. #100 550 W Redstone Ave. #200 7720 Hwy. 98 W. #200
850-897-8081 850-897-8081 850-622-3713
www.bluewaterorthopedics.com


Niceville
114 N. Partin Blvd. | 850-678-7627
niceville@snapfitness.com
next to Tom Thumb & Quiznos


racts

ess


Bluewater Bay
4576 Highway 20 East | 850-279-4994
bluewater@snapfitness.com
next to McDonalds


No More Ringing!

Peaceful Living with Tinnitus


r- l,,1_,""J1i_ rJ i SOUND C H'eOll E I I L IEIAER I" N G
LJ-l_-I-' Hifl./ 201:-r_ | '" Q Py i I_
3,iir,, 20 -8 Ii ReSound ba y a e a b e
I. 1i FLL 3'5 S i. LiveTMTS ,.
R nd PHNAK SIEMENS 12 Months No Interest Financing Now Available.
Rebound Tro- --. 12 Months No Interest Financing Now Available
Re-ound k s,..k., oticon PHONAK SIEMENS i"[ Mnh


MEMBERSHIP
Bring in This Ad and Receive One Week Free
Niceville Family YMCA
1031 E. John C. Sims Pkwy
Niceville, FL 32578
Phone: 850.897.9622 fax: 850.897.9620
nicevillefamilyymca@ecymca.org


Membership Benefits


Facility Amenities
Indoor Pool, Whirlpool/Sauna
Cardio & Circuit Weight Machines
Aerobic Studio/Free Weights Center
Adult/Kids Fitness Center, Teen Cente
Massage Therapy Center


No Contracts!
FREE "All Access
Pass" to all YMCAs
Destin, Fort Walton &
Crestview YMCA's
FREE Child Watch
FREE Spinning Classes
FREE Zumba Classes
FREE Water Aerobics
Personal Training/
Group Fitness
Program Fees
Discounted
Military Discounts
Financial Assistance
r Available W
A United Way Agency EM


r --------------------------*.
HAIR OF THE DOG
PET SALON
I W_

I 00 I
I
I I
I I
I I

I* Family Owned & Operated
* 16 Yrs. Experience in Valp.
SAll Breeds, Small or Large
* Specializing in Older Dogs


537B Valparaiso Pkwy. Valp.
LI I


* O "

Anne's Painting Services
Licensed and Insured


Is it time for a
"New Look?"
Bring your home,
office or building
BACK TO LIFE

(850) 689-1054
FREE ESTIMATES


i *


6Si


- - U -mm


- m m -


O



3 0 r C t r


.~ ;
I --- "~ ~1 311

ii


NN, No Conti
FI IESS. -7 "
24/7 Acc
.0 O.EW%


Helmer J Pools
--------- ftn





SRemodeling
33 Years Experience
Decorative Concrete
Pavers & Rock Work
Service Calls
Salt Generators
Financing Available
WAC
Santa Rosa Beach Florida helmerpools@gmail.com
RP252555087
9041580


I


L. 1


CONDO SPECIAL PIllOWTOP/JUMBOSPECIM
tWIN SET.was$299...no139 TWIN SET..asa9....now239
FULL SET .was$349.now 189 FULL SET.was$599......w279
QUEENSET.was$399..now 199 QUEEN SET. as$699,now 299
KING SET.w.as$69 ..now299 KING SETwas$ ..n..now 499
Navarre
656 N. Beal Pkwy 9506 Navarre Pkwy
1/4 mile south of Sam's Club 2 blocks east of Wal-mart
Open Sunday Open Sunday
850-362-6730 850-515-0777


B. 1LUEWATER
^/ORTHOPEDICS


r I


I For 18 years the voice of Niceville, Bluewater Bay and Valparaiso


L~i~


A -


~


L


Z-a too > "*~-


ft
fr * ~

" ~~**... t ,7~*%'"-L=
&c __________ .- L_____


rll
~v~i


~-
~ Q~ ~L~ =





Wednesday, June 30, 2010


-U;


a
-e_- _
-. -. _-..- .-- -


at b


Making This Right


Beaches
Claims

Cleanup

Economic Investment

Environmental Restoration

Health and Safety

Wildlife


dL .... .=.......

..2p
r77rr
.C.: .. .

.. o p
... -. a--t


--- = -:

' ..,,, -
--


'OA-


I am from Louisiana and I know our beaches are our home,
our way of life and our livelihood. Protecting the coast and
cleaning up the beaches is very personal to me.
Keith Seilhan, BP Cleanup


At BP we have taken full responsibility for the cleanup in the Gulf. We are committed to
keeping you informed.

Looking For Oil
Crews are cleaning Gulf Coast beaches 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. When oil is spotted,
the Response Command Center is notified, a Shore Cleanup Assessment Team (SCAT)
is mobilized and cleanup begins immediately. Cleanup efforts are being coordinated from
17 staging areas in Louisiana, Mississippi, Alabama and Florida. Over 33,000 people are
involved in the cleanup operation.

If you see oil on the beach, please call 1-866-448-5816 and we'll send a team to clean it up.

Cleaning Up the Beaches
The number of people mobilized to clean up the beaches depends on the size of the
affected area. Individual teams can number in the hundreds, and thousands of additional
workers remain on-call. Working with the Coast Guard, our teams continue cleaning up until
the last bit of oil has been removed. As a result, in most cases when oil reaches a beach,
it is even possible to keep it open.

Our Responsibility
Our beach cleanup operations will continue until the last of the oil has been skimmed
from the sea, the beaches and estuaries have been cleaned up, and the region has been
pronounced oil-free. And none of the costs of our efforts will be paid by taxpayers.

Our commitment is that we'll be here for as long as it takes. We may not always be
perfect, but we will make this right.


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


For assistance, please call:
To report oil on the shoreline: (866) 448-5816
To report impacted wildlife: (866) 557-1401
To make spill-related claims: (800) 440-0858
www.floridagulfresponse.com


2010 BP E&P


bp




t4s


a


. -4 1 . - i A i i I I A Ig 4 1


Page A-6


THE BAY BEACON






Wednesday, June 30, 2010


THE BAY BEACON


Page A-7


The f n u t i o c a g c

the iceitilo lle and Va~llprisopoice' deparT~l tments,'the O 4looa on ty and~lih?
Watn ont heif' ffcsohe awefocmetagniean h

I Okalosa onyadWlon onyjis


Arrests
Samuel Arthur Taylor, a stu-
dent, 21, of 304 Reeves St., Lot
C-13, Niceville, was arrested by
sheriff's deputies June 20 on a
charge of trespass after alleged-
ly refusing to leave a Destin
nightclub, 14051 Emerald Coast
Parkway.

Justin Phillip Van Houten, a
mechanic, 32, of 612 Powell
Drive, Niceville, was arrested
by sheriff's deputies June 19 on
a misdemeanor probation viola-
tion charge on the original
charge of possession of drug
paraphernalia.

James Richard Ray, unem-
ployed, 53, of 2002 Coconut
Palm Circle, Niceville, was
arrested by sheriff's deputies
June 11 on the charge of failure
to appear on original charges of
disorderly intoxication and tres-
passing.

Patricia A. Belardino, a retail
supervisor, 42, of 157 Winfield
St., Niceville, was arrested by
sheriff's deputies June 11 on a
misdemeanor worthless check
charge related to a $27.91 bad
check.

Victor Tyrone Wilson Jr., 31,
of 6 Jonathan Circle, Niceville,
was arrested by sheriff's
deputies June 13 on the charge
of resisting an officer without
violence. Wilson was subse-
quently arrested June 14 on a
warrant for violation of proba-
tion on original charges of
domestic violence battery and
driving while license suspended
or revoked.

Lisa Marie Aldrich, 27, of
316 Nathey St., Niceville, was
arrested by sheriff's deputies


June 11 on a misdemeanor
worthless check charge related
to a $32.30 bad check.

Maurice James Coughlin, a
stucco laborer, 45, of 1034
Everglade Drive, Niceville, was
arrested by sheriff's deputies
June 11 on a failure to appear
charge on the original charges of
felony battery

Christopher Chase Shorey,
25, of 108 Quince Ave.,
Niceville, was arrested by sher-
iff's deputies June 14 on a con-
tempt of court charge.

Scott Eason Bacheller, 52,
with an at-large address, was
arrested by Niceville police
June 17 on charges of disorderly
intoxication and resisting an
officer without violence.

Richard Louis Nadeau, a
handyman, 48, of 115 2nd St.,
Niceville, was arrested by
Niceville police June 19 on a
charge of domestic violence bat-
tery.

Allan Maldonado, a con-
struction framer/drywall
installer, 26, of 509 23rd St., Lot
4, Niceville, was arrested by
Niceville police June 18 on a
charge of false imprisonment,
domestic violence.

Tammy Onita Wood, 45, of
502 22nd St., Niceville, and
Austin Eugene Wood, 18, of the
same address, were arrested by
Niceville police June 16 and
June 17, respectively, each
charged with causing affray,
allegedly during a disturbance
May 14.

Krystle Emerald Miller,
unemployed, 25, of 176 Wright


Circle, Niceville, was arrested
by sheriff's deputies June 10 on
a charge of domestic violence
battery.

A 15-year-old Niceville boy,
a student, was arrested by sher-
iff's deputies June 9 on charges
of firing a deadly missile into a
vehicle and criminal mischief.
A school bus driver who
heard what sounded like three to
five metal pellets hit her bus
about 1:47 p.m. June 9 identi-
fied the boy as the tallest of
three teenage boys she saw near
a wooded area on Range Road
and the boy who took a shoot-
er's stance with a handgun. The
gun was a BB gun.
Deputies interviewed the
three boys. The defendant,
before being advised of his
rights, allegedly stated, "We
shot at a school bus." After
being read his Miranda rights
the boy said he did not want to
talk any further.
DUI arrests
Kristopher A. Joyner, 32, of
1922 Oak Ave., Niceville, was
arrested by sheriff's deputies for
DUI on Savannah Lane,
Crestview, June 15 at 7:18 p.m.

Adrienne G. Bazarte, 57, of
407 Martinique Lane, Niceville,
was arrested by sheriff's
deputies for DUI at 407
Martinique Cove, June 19 at
9:40 a.m.
Thefts
Unknown persons) kicked
open a door at a Niceville busi-
ness, 4690 E. Highway 20, acti-
vating a burglary alarm about
12:21 a.m. June 8. After
deputies determined no one was
inside the building, the owner
inspected the interior and
reported nothing appeared to be
missing. Damage to the door
was estimated at $100.

A man reported June 13 that
he discovered his credit card
had been stolen at the military
beach on Okaloosa Island and
that someone had made an
attempt to use the stolen card in
Niceville.


Criminal Mischief
A Niceville resident from the
700 block of Greenwood Lane
reported that unknown persons)
damaged his mailbox and
moved the top of a storm drain
in the corner of his yard June 12.
Deputies located several dam-
aged mailboxes in the area.

On June 12 a security guard
in Bluewater Bay found the gate
arm at the entry to Southwind
subdivision damaged and lying
on the ground. A surveillance
camera recorded a passenger in
a silver car getting out of the
vehicle and attempting to lift the
arm of the gate to allow the car
to pass. The arm broke and the
car entered the subdivision.
Damage was estimated at
between $200 and $1,000.
Other
A 13-year-old Niceville boy,
a student, was issued a notice to
appear by sheriff's deputies
June 18 on a charge of retail
theft. The boy allegedly was
observed concealing without
paying for two watches, valued
together at $155, at the Dillards
store, 300 Mary Esther Cut-Off,
Mary Esther.

Im Sun Thomas, a business
owner, 60, of 217 First St., Fort
Walton Beach, was issued a
notice to appear by Niceville
police June 16 on the charge of
serving alcohol to an underage
person. In a joint operation with
agents of the Division of
Alcohol, Beverage and Tobacco,
a 16-year-old undercover juve-
nile, acting under police super-
vision, ordered a beer from
Thomas, who served the juve-
nile, at the restaurant Thomas
owns, Sun's Korean Restaurant,
406 W. John Sims Parkway.

Two Niceville girls, both age
15, were issued notices to
appear by Niceville police June
15, each charged with underage
possession of alcohol. Police
were responding to a distur-
bance between a mother and
daughter at nearly 2 a.m. when
they heard someone opening a
window at the residence and
saw the two girls throw an
empty malt beverage can, still
cold, out of the window.
Inside the residence both
girls appeared to be intoxicated
and the daughter was belligerent
to both her mother and police.
Police determined that both
juveniles were on probation.
They are scheduled to appear in
a Shalimar courtroom July 28
on the alcohol possession
charges.


Learn about
Admissions, Financial Aid,
Programs of Study
and MORE!


Niceville Campus
100 College Blvd.
LRC, Room 131


KTh *gCgFigtl ffBy3 rr
$5 ovr or ve '1'- $0 ovr or ndr 21


I10% O
L.OF


I


Live Music! Fri. & Sat. Nights 9 p.m. Midnight
Karaoke! Thurs. 9 p.m. 12 p.m.
**OOO**OOOOSOOOO SOOOOSOOOOOSOOOOO O,
1027 JOHN SIMS PKWY E, NICEVILLE
678-6131 LOCATED IN PALM PLAZA
WWW.PERRYSSEAFOODANDSTEAKS.COM


for Acie iitr
10%TOF
stua, a
ATAL IE


r - - ~-- ---- -------------------------------------------------------------
S4300 S. Ferdon Blvd. We service all
Crestview, FL
S manr (850) 682-2708 makes and models.


I CALL: 850.682.2708 CLICK: leebuickgmc.com 1
L - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -m- - --l


Fire Department Reports
I '! :

Niceville
T ele Fire De ri~t responded the following calls from June 21
through h 27.
0 Str agency M ical nIll J
0 Vehicle Fire 2 Vehicle Crash i
0 Other Fire 0 Vehicle Crash with E-.i. a.r ii '
0 Illegal Burn 3 Other Emergency Calls
0 False Alarms 1 Hazardous Conditions
Street Situation Date Time
Kildare Circle.............................. M medical .......................... 6/21/10 .................. 7:57
W. John Sims Pkwy ...................Medical..........................6/21/10..................8:30
N. Partin Drive............................ M medical .......................... 6/21/10 ................1.. 3:38
E. John Sims Pkwy ....................Alarm Activation............6/21/10...................16:38
Bayshore Drive .......................... Power Pole.................... 6/21/10................1.. 8:52
E. John Sims Pkwy ....................Vehicle Crash................6/22/10...................08:44
Pin Oak Circle ............................ Service Call ................... 6/22/10 ...................09:05
E. John Sims Pkwy ....................Vehicle Crash................6/22/10...................09:57
S Partin D rive ............................M medical ..........................6/22/10 ...................12:03
Paradise Road ......................... M medical ........................ 6/22/10 ................. 15:37
Blossom Creek Run..................Medical ............. 6/22/1 .....................5:51
W. John Sims Pkwy ...................Medical..........................6/23/10...................01:05
Deer Street................................ M medical .......................... 6/23/10 ................... 14:20
Johnson St., Valp....................... Cancelled ...................... 6/24/10...................19:53
N. Partin Drive............................ Medical ..........................6/25/10 ............08:27
E. John Sims Pkwy ....................Medical ..........................6/25/10...................13:46
N. Partin Drive............................ M medical .......................... 6/25/10 ..................16:38
N. Partin Drive............................ M medical .......................... 6/25/10 ..................18:30
23rd Street..................................M medical ..........................6/25/10 ................. 22:15
RedwoodAvenue ....................Medical ........................6/26/10.................01:37
N. Partin Drive............................ M medical .......................... 6/26/10 ...................14:21
Goldenrod Court ........................ Medical .......................... 6/27/10 ...................07:03
Weekly Safety Tip: The National Fire Protection Association reports in 2008, fire-
works caused an estimated 22,500 reported fires, including 1,400 total structure
fires, 500 vehicle fires, and 20,600 outside and other fires. These fires resulted in
an estimated one civilian death, 40 civilian injuries and $42 million in direct prop-
erty damage. U.S. hospital emergency rooms treated an estimated 7,000 people
for fireworks related injuries; 53 percent of 2008 emergency room fireworks-relat-
ed injuries were to the extremities and 37 percent were to the head. The risk of
fireworks injury was highest for teens ages 15-19 and children 5-9.
Web Page: http://www.cityofniceville.org/fire.html.


North Bay
The North Bay Fire Department responded to the following calls June 20 through
June 28.
Location SituationDate Time
Muirfield Way..............................EMS excluding vehicle...........06/20/10.........06:44
Baywind Drive...........................EMS excluding vehicle...........06/20/10 .........08:36
Juniper/Freeport FL....................Dispatched canceled..............06/20/10.........21:39
North White Point Road.............Dispatched canceled..............06/21/10.........14:40
East Highway 20 ........................EMS excluding vehicle...........06/21/10.........15:09
Merchants Way.........................EMS excluding vehicle...........06/21/10 .........15:30
Cedar Street........ ..............EMS excluding vehicle...........06/21/10 .........16:01
Dominica Circle...........................Medical assist EMS................06/21/10.........20:34
Merchants Way...........................Medical assist EMS................06/22/10.........06:12
East Highway 20 ......................Rescue, EMS incident ...........06/22/10 .........11:10
Glen Eagles Drive ......................EMS excluding vehicle...........06/23/10.........23:54
Parkwood Drive..........................EMS excluding vehicle...........06/24/10.........05:01
Hampton Circle........................EMS excluding vehicle...........06/24/10.........17:22
North White Point Road .............EMS excluding vehicle...........06/25/10 .........10:42
Glenlake Circle ...........................EMS excluding vehicle...........06/25/10.........14:55
Highway 20.................................EMS excluding vehicle...........06/26/10 .........00:00
Bay Drive............................... Medical assist EMS................06/27/10.........05:58
Bluewater Boulevard..................Dispatched canceled..............06/27/10.........20:19
Visit northbayfd.org for greater detail of incidents.


wwwII nwfA c IS


!


II


I -1


I For 18 years the voice of Niceville, Bluewater Bay and Valparaiso I






Page A-8


THE BAY BEACON


Wednesday, June 30, 2010


"I think it's disgraceful.
The president should be
the one resigning, not
the general. "


Dixie Boyles,
Niceville,
retired law enforcement


-jj

"They should have
shown him more leniency.
He is more informed about
Afghanistan than his
successor."

Chuck Reynolds, 26,
Valparaiso,
plumber


"I think the general "General McChrystal should
used poor judgment." have kept his comments to
himself. When you're in a
senior position, you keep your
opinions among your peers. "


Cassandra Ealy, 59,
Atlanta, Georgia,
nurse


Brian Wilson, 41,
Niceville,
landscaper


"' think we need a "I think the president
new president. should have
The current one reprimanded him but left
needs to be him in his position. I
demoted." think it was the
reporter's fault, really."
Jessica Zamora, James Gibson, 44,
39, Niceville, Niceville,


business owner


10 Iron Mikes Softball & Baseball
Individuals Small Groups Teams
Speed, Strength, Weight Training
MOST QUALIFIED
STAFF AROUND
Whether you're serious or
just out to have fun.
COME GET YOUR GAME ON COME JOIN OUR CAMPS NOW!
850-279-3156
1 2 FEE ATTNG OKES WITHgoTHIS AD


NEW LUNCH
MENU ITEMS
with Cajun &
Carribean Influence
Curry Chicken Salad
Carribean Jerk
Chicken Salad
Conch Fritters
e.* Fried Pickles
Fried Alligator Basket


UIN :

JULY 4th
LJ Schooner's Restaurant *
SUNDAY, JULY 4TH
Sunday Brunch
9:00am 1pm
Sunday Evening Cookout
6:00pm ?
Come Watch the Fireworks!


We offer good-student

insurance discounts!


f you're carrying a "B" or better
average and have a good driving
record, you may be eligible for a
substantial discount on your -I


BURSTS
From page A-1
But last year the chamber couldn't
come up with enough funds and
the skies over the bayou remained
dark.
"I think people were just so dis-
appointed," said Sheila Bishop,
Niceville librarian. "A lot of peo-
ple thought the city was responsi-
ble for putting on the fireworks,
and there were a lot of phone
calls."
So Corbin went to the city
council and made a pitch.
"I told them, 'Look, let me take
this on and if I can't do it, it won't
be because I didn't give it my best
shot,'" he recalled.
It costs about $25,000, city
officials estimate, to have Pyro
Shows Inc., LaFollette, Tenn.,
launch its missiles from a barge


for the show.
This will be the first Boggy
Bayou shoot for Pyro Shows, but
CEO Lansden Hill said his com-
pany was more than familiar with
the area. In recent years Pyro has
been performing at Emerald
Grande and the Village of
Baytowne Wharf, as well as for
the City of Destin.
Sunday's show will be even
longer than the recent lighting of
the sky for the annual Billy
Bowlegs festival in Fort Walton
Beach, Hill said.
The oil spill in the Gulf has
made barges scarce, but Hill said
that "we have a Plan 1, Plan 2 and
Plan 3" to make sure a platform is
available.
Another aspect of this year's
show will be music synchroniza-
tion supplied by Sound Associates
from Mobile, Ala. This outfit has


PAL soccerI
LEAGUE
Recreational Soccer. Ages 5-18
Regular Registrations
Sat., July 10, 9 a.m. 1 p.m., NHS Cafeteria
Sat., July 24, 9 a.m. 1 p.m., NHS Cafeteria
Resident: $60*; Non-Resident: $70**
(*Includes $10 user fee that goes to City of Niceville.)
(**Includes $10 user fee plus $10 fee for players residing outside city
limits of Niceville or Valparaiso; both fees go to City of Niceville.)
Late Registration
Thurs., July 29 5:30-7:30 p.m. Niceville City Hall
$25 extra for late registration (after July 24)
Waiting list after July 29 contact Donna Farrell at 897-8626.
Copy of state-issued birth certificate required for
players not registered with PAL Soccer in Fall 2009.


Age Group
VIP(Children w/disabilities)
U6
U8
U10
U12
U14


Birthdates
Aug 1, 91-Jul 31, 05
Aug 1, 04-Sep 1, 05*
Aug 1, 02-Jul 31, 04
Aug 1, 00-Jul 31, 02
Aug 1, 98-Jul 31, 00
Aug 1, 96-Jul 31, 98
Aug 1, 91-Jul 31, 96


*Contngent registration for Sep 2-Dec 31, 05. Call for details.
1. U6 and VIP teams are co-ed. Separate gis' and boys' teams in U8, U10, U12, U14 and U19.
2. Uniforms provided jersey, shorts, socks for VIP & U6 through U14; shirt only for U19). Players keep uniforms.
3. Acddental Medical Insurance for all players included.

COACHES NEEDED Sign Up at Registration
TEAM SPONSORS NEEDED
$200 for U6 through U14; $100 for Each Subsequent Team
$100 for U19

Forinf: 6Hwar Hil, 78-18
or w wncevllealscce.org


Need Eye Glasses to Read?


Smart LensessM


Dr Darren Payne's Smart lens Procedure can produce clear vision
without eye glasses at all di.stanHL c.\ (close up, far away, & in between)


Call Today at:
Niceville Location
115 Bailey Dr. 678-5338
Crestview Location
930 N. Ferdon Blvd. 682-5338


MULLIS EYE INSTITUTE

Darren Payne, MD
Board Certified
Eye Surgeon & Cataract Specialist


NO HIDDEN CHARGES: It is our office policy that the right to refuse to pay, cancel payment or be reimbursed for payment for any other services, examination or treatment
which is performed as a result of and within 72 hours of responding to the advertisement for any free, discounted fee or reduced fee service, examination or treatment.


worked at the annual Boggy
Bayou Mullet Festival in recent
years.
Thanks to the Pat Hemby
Fireworks Trust Fund, which was
established years ago to help fund
the chamber fireworks, Corbin
was able to start things off with
$6,500. As of last week, a new
committee he helped to establish
had netted more than $46,000,
plenty for this year's show, with
enough left over for a down pay-
ment on next year's.
"It was a real team effort," said
Bishop, a member of the new
Twin Cities Fireworks Trust Fund
Committee. "A lot of people threw
their hats into the ring on this thing
in both Niceville and Valparaiso."
Donations have been raised
using diverse sources:
-More than $19,000 from pri-
vate sources. That includes the
Hemby fund and a $2,000 dona-
tion from the chamber of com-
merce.
-More than $12,000 from
sponsorships involving a special
event T-shirt.
-More than $6,000 from the
annual Corbin Shoot Out golf
tournament.


-More than $5,000 from
recycling aluminum cans.
-More than $4,000 from a
bream fishing tournament.
-Almost $4,000 from volun-
tary additions to monthly residen-
tial water bill payments.
"Getting the business commu-
nity so involved was a big key for
us," Corbin said. "And we've got
a real strong community overall.
They wanted their fireworks back,
and they worked with Valparaiso
to make that happen."
Corbin estimated the fund
could reach as much as $60,000
this year, and said the ultimate
goal would be to eventually
raise as much as $400,000. That
amount, coupled with earnings
from the separate Pat Hemby
fund, would generate enough
interest to cover expenses annu-
ally in the future, he estimated.
Sunday's fireworks will
begin at 9 p.m. An Air Force
flyover is scheduled for 6:30
p.m. The Coast Guard will
patrol a "safety zone" iof 560
feet around the fireworks barge
in Boggy Bayou during the pre-
show testing and the show
itself.


Beacon photo by Del Lessard
Charles Reid, left, and Valparaiso Commissioner Heyward Strong,
extreme right, both attended last week's Okaloosa Gas District
board meeting, each claiming to be the only lawful representative
of the city.


REID
From page A-1
Reid's lawsuit alleges that
when the city commission balance
of power shifted after elections
earlier this year, "those members
were politically enabled to replace
Charles Reid as a district member,
and chose to do so even though
they had no cause, and in fact sub-
stituted their own political and
personal interests to their fiduciary
duty to the city, and to their duty to
act according to the charter of the
Okaloosa Gas District."
The governing board of
Okaloosa Gas, a state agency, met
June 23 at its Valparaiso head-
quarters with Reid and Strong in
attendance, both claiming to be
the lawful holder of Valparaiso's
seat on the board. The two men
shook hands with other members
and sat at the board table, but nei-
ther man acknowledged the other.
At the start of the meeting,
Okaloosa Gas attorney Don
Anchors notified board members
that Reid had filed a lawsuit
against the city over his removal.
Anchors recommended that nei-
ther Reid nor Strong vote, due to
the possibility that if the deciding
vote were cast by one of the men
claiming to be Valparaiso's repre-
sentative, it could cast a cloud
over the decision.
Fort Walton Beach board
member Dennis Reeves chaired
the meeting while Reid, who had
been elected chairman by the
board earlier this year, listened in.
Reeves said the board was neutral
about who represents Valparaiso


There was no business that
required the five-member board to
vote, although both Reid and
Strong commented several times
about utility business presented by
CEO Jose Lozano and his staff.
After the meeting Reid told the
Beacon that his lawsuit had been
filed the same day and that it asks
the court to allow him to finish his
four-year term.
At a special city commission
meeting Monday, the commis-
sion voted 3-1 to countersue
Reid, and to ask a judge to order
the gas board to seat Strong as
the city's sole representative.
Commissioner Tom Miller
opposed to the city's action
Monday: "This lawsuit costs us
money," he said.
"We've been sued," City
Attorney Doug Wyckoff
reminded Miller.
"We've been sued because
we asked for it," Miller
responded, "because we fol-
lowed your advice."
Commissioner Neal Shermer
told Miller that the commission
June 8 had reviewed a video
recording of Reid's December
2009 presentation of a proposed
franchise agreement between
the city and Okaloosa Gas. After
viewing the tape a 4-1 majority
of the commission had conclud-
ed (again with Miller dissent-
ing) that Reid's presentation had
been unauthorized by the gas
district and was not to be in the
city's best interests, Shermer
said.
Wyckoff said he planned to
file the city's complaints by
today.


The Inquiring Photographer -Mike Griffith Location: Lincoln Park

What do you think about General Stanley McChrystal's resignation?


delivery driver


I For 18 years the voice of Niceville, Bluewater Bay and Valparaiso I







Wednesday, June 30, 2010


THE BAY BEACON.


Page A-9


Fishermen skim oil from Gulf waters


By Mike Griffith
Beacon Correspondent
Local reporters as well as a
national TV news crew boarded
the Destin Princess Friday on a
Coast Guard-sponsored voyage to
see efforts to intercept oil at sea
and protect local beaches and
waterways.
The 65-foot Destin Princess
takes tourists fishing in the Gulf of
Mexico in most seasons. But with
angling banned in much of the
northern Gulf due to the British
Petroleum oil spill, it is now a
"vessel of opportunity"-one of
more than 50 such local fishing
vessels hired by BP in an attempt
to help clean up the disaster.
The Princess's captain, Judah
Barbee, compared the daunting
task to "trying to scrub a battleship
with a toothbrush."
The Princess usually carries
about 50 passengers for a day of
bottom fishing. "We usually catch
a lot of fish," Barbee said. "When
all that bait hits the water at once,
the fish go crazy. You can drop a
line, and as soon as it gets to the
bottom, you just reel it back in and
you've got a fish."
Friday was different. The
Princess and the boats that accom-
panied it from Destin Harbor were
going to look for oil, and
when they found it, they
would collect as much of it
as they could, in hopes of
preventing the sticky brown
goo from fouling local i
beaches and waterways.
"There will never be
enough vessels of opportuni-
ty to collect all the oil com-
ing from the leak," Coast
Guardsman Colin White, Insi
petty officer third class, told reqi
the reporters. But by hiring
such vessels, BP and the
Unified command are helping miti-
gate some of the economic dam-
age from the spill by providing
alternative employment for fish-
ing and shrimping vessels and
their crews, he said.
"Once we were hired to do
this," said Barbee, "our contract


AVIATOR
From page A-1

bounce that sent his single-engine
prop plane into a ditch on one
side of Strauber Memorial
Highway in the central Florida
community of New Port
Richey back on June 7.
"Losing the engine (pl\ '\. i
was a surprise, but I was never
in fear for my personal safety,"
Funnemark said last week.
"And I walked away without a
scratch-no blood or bruises.
But the next couple days I felt
like the day after spring train-
ing."
Funnemark, 62, retired with
the rank of major from the Air
Force. During his service he
also piloted the F-5 and F-15
jet fighters. He's been a resi-
dent of Bluewater Bay since
1986.
Flying isn't just a hobby for
this native of Algona, Iowa.
He's part of a foursome that
owns Team Tango, a company
that sells build-your-own-plane
kits out of Williston, Levy
County.
"Hey, you fall off a a horse,
you get back on and go ride,"
Funnemark said cheerfully. "I
flew last week-a demo flight
in another airplane. It was just
routine."
Funnemark says he doesn't
know why his aircraft lost
power June 7. The incident is
under investigation by the
Federal Aviation
Administration. "If it was
something easy I think we
would have heard by now," he
said.
Damage did not appear
extensive, but his insurance
company "totaled" the plane,
according to Funnemark. "The
skin on the right wing had been
sheared off, and the fuselage
back by the tail area was pretty
well damaged, but that was
about it," he said.
Team Tango's other partners
are Dennis Moellman (the
principal owner), Boon
Hargrove and Pete Chapin. The
company makes two kits for
"experimental" aircraft. They


are the two-seat Tango 2 and
the four-seat Foxtrot 4. Both


forbids us to do any commercial
fishing while we work for BP."
"Doing this doesn't make up
for the income of a day's fishing,"
said Princess First Mate Jake
Sargent. "But it's better than trying
to start over at something else at
the age of 30."
Most fishing crew members
don't want to start over at anything
else. Fishing is not just what they
do for a living-it's a big part of
who they are.
"My dad's a fishing captain,"
said Princess crew member
Lindley Staples. "I grew up on the
docks, and it's the only life I've
known. My son is seven, and he's
out fishing with my dad today. My
dad is one of the few fishing cap-
tains still fishing."
Despite the negative publicity
surrounding the oil spill, she said,
there are still areas of state waters
near Destin where fishing is safe,
if only more vacationers would
come to see for themselves.
"There are thousands of ves-
sels of opportunity involved in the
cleanup nationally," said White.
Their crews use sorbentt" booms,
sometimes called "sausages," to
catch the oil, as well as other sor-
bent devices called "pom-poms."
They also collect tar balls using
ordinary fishing nets, sometimes


de the cabin of the Destin Princess
uired plaque is displayed.

lined with sorbent pads of white
cloth. The used booms, pom-poms
and other material are brought
ashore, sealed in plastic bags, and
shipped to processing centers.
As the Princess left Destin
Harbor, plastic barrier booms
could be seen along the shore of
Destin's East Pass, as well as

are single-engine props.
The group of which
Funnemark is part bought the
company in 2002. "We sell an
average of two or three a year,"
he said. "We provide builder's
assistance. The Tango 2 kit
goes for $29,750 and the
Foxtrot 4 is $46,000."
But that's just the start. A
customer still has to pick out
an engine, plus radio and
instruments, so the final price
tag on a finished plane is often
about three times what he kit
costs.
And while Funnemark
apparently is the jovial sort, he
doesn't care much for the stig-
ma of the term "experimental."
"It's just an FAA designa-
tion that means this is not a
commercial airliner or some-
thing like that," he said.
"There's nothing weird about
it."
The FAA designates air-

r CITIES CINEMA 2
PALM PLAZA, NICEVILLE -678-3815
Schedule Starts:
Friday, July 2nd


I-rl.-M on. 1:UU, 4:UU, 5 :UU
:Tues.-Thurs. 4:00, 7:00


Tues. July 6, 1:00 Only
Wed. July 7, 1:00 Only
Thurs. July 8, 1:.00 Only


Beacon pnotos Dy IVIIKe urifnln
Judah Barbee, skipper of the Destin Princess, on the bridge. The
fish finder at his left, he said, now seems to show where oil plumes
are located beneath the surface.


barges apparently being prepared
to protect the pass if oil comes
closer. Pelicans roosted atop a sig-
nal near the Destin jetties, as if to
remind everyone of the imperiled
sealife.
A mile or two west of
Destin, the Coast Guard ves-
sel "Marlin" was anchored,
serving as the command ship
for the local cleanup, in radio
contact with all the participat-
ing boats.
Between three and five
miles southwest of Destin, the
crew of the Princess spotted
S oil. In some places the oil was
,a matted with seaweed and
other natural or man-made
debris. Some oil had a red-
dish color, perhaps indicating that
it is being slowly digested by red
algae.
In other places, the oil was
brown, and looked like a giant
sewage spill. It had no noticeable
odor. The slick was about 50 yards
wide, and about a mile long, and
was broken into large patches as

planes in two ways-certified
and experimental, Funnemark
explained.
"Our airplane is a developed
airplane," he said, "and they all
start experimental. It's just that
the certification process is very
lengthy and very costly. There
are planes flying around for 20
or 30 years that haven't gone
through the FAA certification
process. It doesn't mean
they're any safer or less safe."




Lot#2009 Chevy Impala LTZ
Quality Pre-Owned Vehicles

S18,950





2009 Chevy Impala LTZ


Call Ed 243-3169
leepontiacgmc.com


For friendly and professional medical service,
let your search end with Genesis OB/GYN!

GENESIS OB/GYN
"EVERY DAY IS A NEW BEGINNING"

JENNIFER W. SEATON, M.D.
OB/GYN PHYSICIAN
915 MAR WALT DRIVE
FORT WALTON BEACH, FL 32547
850-362-6435 (P) L,, -
850-362-6777 (F)
WWW.MYGENESISOBGYN.COM


well as small floating tar balls
about the size of a man's hand.
Barbee radioed the coordinates of
the slick to the Marlin, and other
boats were dispatched to begin
collecting it.
"There was more oil in this
area yesterday," said Barbee. "I
think a lot of it is still below the
surface." He explained that
plumes of oil often sink below the
surface at night, then resurface
during the day when water tem-
peratures rise, much like the blobs
of oil and wax in a "lava lamp."
Sometimes, he said, he can spot
submerged oil plumes on the
sonar fish finder on the bridge of
the Princess.
"BP treats the oil with disper-
sant," Barbee said, "but I think it
might have been better if they just
left it alone, and let the stuff float.
It would be easier to deal with if it
all just stayed on the surface."
When cleanup vessels respond
to patches of oil, they attack it in
several ways. Sorbent booms or
ropes of pom-poms may be con-


F -
I
/ I


I



MI









,10% OFF
DISCOUNT
SENIOR CITIZEN,
GOVERNMENT
WORKERS,
INACTIVE *
MILITARY*
ACTIEO
INACTIVE


nected between two boats, which
then maneuver to trap the oil
between them.
In other cases, single boats
deploy booms from the rigging
normally used for fishing or
shrimping. Once oil is trapped, it
can be scooped by hand into trash
cans aboard the boats.
The people who do the actual
scooping are called "hazwop-
pers," and wear protective cloth-
ing to minimize their contact with
the oil. They scoop with ordinary
fish nets, sometimes with sorbent
material added to the inside of the
nets.
No mechanical skimming
devices were seen Friday-every-
thing was done by hand.
Specialized skimming vessels are
apparently being used elsewhere,
in places closer to the leak, and
where the threat of oil hitting the
beaches is even greater than in
Okaloosa County.
"We do as much as we can,"
said Barbee. "But frankly, trying
to clean all this up is a little like
trying to scrub a battleship with a
toothbrush." The oil slicks are
very big, and the boats trying to
stop it look very small in compar-
ison.
As a cluster of boats attacked
the first oil slick, the Princess con-
tinued to search for more, and
found it about 10 miles southwest
of Destin. There were several
strips of oil this time, each about
50 yards wide and stretching as far
to the southwest as one could see.
Some of the oil was in the form
of floating tar balls. In other
places, it was in the form of con-
tinuous patches or strips. A
"sheen" of thin oil floated on the
surface surrounding the patches of
brown, and sometimes thin trails
of sheen seemed to be following
individual tar balls.
In some places, the crew
sprayed some dish soap onto the
water's surface, which scattered
the sheen, making it more visible.
Barbee reported the location of
what the Princess had found, but
no vessels responded this time.


"With only limited numbers of
boats available," Barbee
explained, "we have to set priori-
ties. We concentrate on the oil
closest to the shore."
As we watched the oil slick, a
"poly ball" was found floating in
the gulf, covered with oil. Poly
balls are usually hung from the
sides of vessels and used as cush-
ions when the boats are close to
other ships or docks. They some-
times get lost at sea. This one pro-
vided shade for a remora.
Barbee said that fish often
swim beneath floating oil,
because they like to hide in the
shade the slicks create.
Unfortunately, he said, such fish
attract dolphins, which can
become contaminated when they
try to catch the fish.
"Not long ago," he said, "I saw
a dolphin come up from under
some fish that were hiding under
an oil slick. The dolphin swam
right through the oil, and got cov-
ered with it. The next time it tried
to breathe, I saw oil spew from its
blowhole."
Barbee said he didn't know
what became of that dolphin, but
he hopes that the marine mam-
mals are smart enough to learn to
avoid the oil, as they discover how
unpleasant and dangerous it is to
swim through. As Barbee talked,
another dolphin appeared, swim-
ming near the oil slick. "Look,"
Barbee said. "It's swimming away
from the oil. I hope that's a good
sign. I hope they're learning."
As the Destin Princess
returned home through the East
Pass and harbor, tourists and local
residents continued to enjoy the
still-clean local waters and beach-
es. Recreational boats of all sorts
were going to and from the harbor
to enjoy the day in oil-free areas
of the Gulf. There are still large
areas of the Gulf that remain free
of oil.
Nevertheless, the oil is out
there-lots of it, and more keeps
flowing from the leak.
Meanwhile, a fleet of little boats
keeps trying to mop it up.


I : : "olS:namI 1 I -1017n7I- I ::oS :i


Includes: 10 Vents, One Main and One Return
(Single Furnace Homes)
ne Coupon Per Household. Cannot be combined with any other offer

WE ALSO OFFER
SUV Light Air-purifiers Sanitizer Maintenance Programs
SOutside Condenser Cleaning* Dryer Vent Cleaning
SElectrostatic Filters With Lifetime Warranty
Workmanship Guaranteed
Vents $10, Returns $15, And Mains $50 Each. Multiple Systems Will Vary.
Written Work Order And Complete System Inspection Included With This Offer.


F


SI







I
I
I
I
-.


CP MECHANICAL AIR SERVICES-Serving The Gulf Coast

1-850-650-8781
TOLL FREE FOR YOUR CONVENIENCE

1-8 77- r r -66
CP MECHANICAL LIC#CAC058040 6AM-9PM MONDAY THROUGH SUNDAY for your convenience.


I


111,111 11 1 I I In I I 11 1-1. -






-THE BAY BEACON


Wednesday, June 30, 2010


Running on empty

Dispute cuts off fuel at 2 BWB stations


By Kenneth Books
Beacon Staff Writer
Two Bluewater Bay BP stations
accounting for half the community's
filling stations have been without
gasoline since June 4, although their
associated convenience stores
remain open.
Ashok Patel, who operates the


two stations, said he is in a dispute
with Patel Petroleum (no relation)
and with Phillips Oil, which have
provided fuel to the stations.
Ashok Patel is seeking a court
injunction to force the suppliers to
deliver fuel. But Patel Petroleum
says the stations have no fuel-supply
agreement with the company.


Phillips Oil did not return calls seek-
ing comment.
Two other filling stations selling
gas under other brands in the area-
one in Bluewater Bay and the other
in nearby Seminole-remain open.
The dispute apparently is not
related to the BP oil spill in the Gulf
of Mexico.


The BP stations on State
Road 20 at Range Road
(pictured) and at White
Point Road have been
without gas since June 4
due to a business dis-
pute, the operator says.
Beacon photo by
Kenneth Books


In Tune with the Fumes
Sniffing Out Car
Problems Since
2000
Brakes
Water Pumps
Timing Belts
Struts/Shocks

Zen, iasler. CCurd Dog. .
S wecor-.ng Co.9-r.ne
850-729-6629


sie & Japa se Cuisine:
.... Sushi & Hibacthi
S. 42.Iwy 20. NitceNIllt. H. 3J, e
TeWI xiec Shoping Cente i
TeE 8970-OB x: 850-897-0555:
.; www.RedGingerAsian.coii
Sw -on .... I -e.am -IQpn r.Sun.". sOLnoon-I'OOpm


CARING FOR FAMILIES NEWBORNS TO SENIORS
INTERNAL MEDICINE /GERIATRICS
*PEDIATRICS
PREVENTATIVE CARE
SPORT & WORK PHYSICAL
WEIGHT LOSS MANAGEMENT
Dr. T.Castaneda, M.D.
Board Certified M MOST INSURANCES ACCEPTED
Family Physician (Including Tri-care)
SAME DAY APPOINTMENTS AVAILABLE


143 S. John Sims Pkwy. Valparaiso
www.emeraldcoastfamilymedicine.com/


Advertising Feature
Kodiak Tree Service has
been in the area since 2005.
Owners Benjamin and Shawna
Smith operate this family busi-
ness from their office at 418
Government Ave./Hwy. 85 in
Valparaiso. Open six days a
week, the friendly, professional
service you receive from Kodiak
will bring you back to see them
for all your tree, mulch and fire-
wood needs.
Hurricane season 2010 has
arrived. Many home and busi-
ness owners are thinking about
how to manage their trees in
preparation. Proper pruning
helps to prevent trees from
blowing into homes or other
buildings during high winds,
rains or tropical storms. It also
promotes optimal and directed
growth so the owner can
achieve healthy trees with a
look they like.
"In case of a bad storm or
hurricane, the tree nearest your
home or business may not pose
the greatest threat if it falls,"
Ben said. "A close-in tree may
only lean on your house, while
one farther away may have
room to fall with full force, caus-
ing major or even lethal dam-
age. Consult a professional to
evaluate your trees and deter-


mine what to trim and what to
leave.
"It's not always necessary to
remove the tree," Ben contin-
ued. "Sometimes just trimming
the right branches reduces a
tree's wind resistance enough
so it may remain safely standing
during a storm."
"We're family-owned and
operated," Shawna continued,
"and available 24/7. On any day,
you will find family members
helping in the office or working
on the lot. We even have 'family
mulch-making' days, when the
need arises!" Offering competi-
tive pricing, Kodiak Tree Service
takes pride in completing all
jobs in a professional and timely
manner. Meticulous clean-up is
their signature trademark.
In 2008, Kodiak Tree Service
became a "green" company. In
other words, it "recycles" trees it
has cut down or trimmed into
either firewood or mulch. This
produces little if any waste,
causing minimal impact on the
environment. The dye used in
making mulch is safe for plants,
pets and children. Stop by and
check it out.
Kodiak sells red, brown,
black or natural (non-colored)
mulch to both residential and
commercial customers. Bring


Top row, left to right: Vincente A. and Adam M. Bottom row, left to right:
Mike H., Nick W., Jon A. and Robert J.


your trailer-bring your truck;
delivery is also available. The
quality, price and color will far
surpass any product you can
buy in a bag. Watch for money-
saving coupons in the Bay
Beacon and other local area
publications.
And don't forget, Kodiak also
sells firewood, which is avail-
r uate^


able year round for home or
business use. To learn more
about services Kodiak offers,
check out its Web site at kodiak
treeservice.com. For a free esti-
mate, call Kodiak Tree Service
at 279-6999 or stop by the office
at 418 Government Ave.,
Valparaiso. They look forward to
serving you.


Ben and Shawna Smith, owners of Kodiak Tree Service.


Service Hai
r .Ladies & Men
Hair Styling
High & Low Lights
ades Hair Color Perms
Brazilian Keratin
Fusion-Straightener
Jonn Sims Pkwy., Nicev.ile
Tues-Fri 9-6 Sat 8-2
Evening Appointments
Upon Request
We carry RedKen Color
and Products
Kenra Haircare Products
Call Today!
678-19772


CALL TODAY FOR YOUR APPOINTMENT with
Melissa, Connie, Christopher, Johnathan and Holly (Stylists)
Tammy (For Nails)
--(850) 678-4746--
Walk-Ins Welcome
104 John Sims Pkwy. ~ Valparaiso
www.HAIRMAGIC.us


( No Obligation
0 2nd Opinion!*
...on any air condtioning, heating and plumbing service
repair, duct cleaning AND new system estimate!
Residential and Commercial


Air Conditioning, Heating & Plumbing
25 hours a day, 8 days a week"
362-6646
Wesolve ComfortCreatureproblems! ..
HVAC list of services ---- -- r - -- -- -ni
Plumbing list of services -- i-- - --n -


. lJght ortWad ptecsg
hdwa dard po~r
-0-
-Clear" S'ICFrP T& s
our, h *Fee




deay, iti~i'
Arugs O"O'







Not ,valid with any other coupon or off


A live person making appointments.
That's NICE. A live person making
same-day appointments. That's NICEville.
**0
"" Niceville
FAMILY PRACTICE

850.897.3678
4400 E Highway 20 Suite 203 Niceville, FL 32578
www.nicevillefamilypractice.com


Page A-10


Kodiak Tree Service


Full-service tree company in Twin Cities


.^M^-winLr ~ B alt 2



Accepling Ne% Palients
Olivier Broutin. D.M.D.


-r 7~~


S Cosmetic Dentistry -
SCrowns & Bridges Fillings
Partials & Dentures
Emergencies Extractions
SImplants Root Canals
897-4488
Meal Se 11 drr Nicevillel
Merchant's Walk Ste 101 Niceville


IM^hank
EXCEEDING EXPECTATIONS EVERYDAY
--SINCE 1890
mfbank.com 850.729.8870



LENDER


I


Advertise in the




Call 850-678-1080 for details


. I I . - i i a i I I i *; ; *


(














E-mail items to
info @baybeacon.com.

Berry Drake, 66, Niceville,
earned his second-degree black
belt from Master Darrin Palmer
at Palmer's ATA Black Belt
Academy
recently.
Drake had to
compete in
sparring,
demonstrate
his pre-
scribed
form, break
boards with
a hand tech-
Berry Drake ahandtech-
nique and a
kick technique and complete a
fitness test consisting of push-
ups, sit-ups, kicks, combination
kicks and punches and kicks in
a pre-determined time span.
***
Ryan J. Smith, Niceville
High School Class of 2002 and
University of Florida Class of
2006, has
completed
the Master
of Science in
Engineering 1
in biomed--
ical engi-
~ ~ ~ ~ i _ *


^ONiceville woman's book
Ryan Smith

Decodingof showcases hometown


ins for Advanced


Niceville
resident
Judith
Nunn Alley
and her
brother,
John Nunn,
are co-
authors of a
book titled
"Images of
America,
Galax,"


recently published by
Arcadia Publishing.
Alley has compiled two
extensive books about her
maternal family as well as
an autobiography and a
cookbook. She also has a
wide variety of other activi-
ties that include all forms of
needlework, photography,
scrapbooking, art, crafts,
volunteer work and two
grandchildren.


T h e
cover of
the book
Judith
Alley
and her
brother,
John
Nunn,
wrote.


Ryan is remaining at Johns
Hopkins University, pursuing
the Doctorate of Philosophy in
biomedical engineering. His
research will continue in brain-
computer interfaces and intu-
itive, dexterous prostheses for
below-elbow amputees.

Loyola University New
Orleans announced its dean's list
Please see CALENDAR, page B-5


Kids apprehend


police procedures


A youngster dons DUI goggles to learn how badly alcohol can
impair one's coordination during the Sheriff's Office Youth Week.

Alcohol education, agility

tests and fun part of week


Nearly 100 students ages 11
to 15 from Okaloosa County
schools are taking part in the
Okaloosa County Sheriffs
Office Youth Week. Lt. Kristin
Pond says the program is
designed to explain that cops
are your friends. It is funded
through private businesses and
is developed and operated by
the Sheriff's Office School
Resource Officers.
Youth Week took place each
morning last week at Bruner
Middle School, Niceville High
School and Shoal River Middle
School. This program is for
group-building exercises per-
taining to law enforcement
activities.
On Friday, several static dis-
plays were set up at the Mullet
Festival site, Niceville, includ-
ing a cookout and awards pres-
entation for the kids. Multiple


agencies had with their own
displays, including the Florida
Highway Patrol, area fire
departments, EMS, Eglin EOD,
Ranger Camp, Florida Fish and
Wildlife Conservation
Commission, several local
police departments, Life flight,
Hurlburt Field Special
Operations, and numerous
OCSO specialized units, includ-
ing the Special Response Team,
Dive Team and K-9 Unit.
Activities at Youth Week
range from alcohol education
and the use of the DUI goggles
to opportunities to run the phys-
ical agility test and see law
enforcement assets.
Students said despite the
heat, they had a great time with
all the School Resource
Officers and Youth Services and
learned a lot about law enforce-
ment.


In total, we've distri
almost 300,000 fta gj
over the years.., anti.
and we still feel it is.
"Grand Old Flag"., "I.~;


Think your yard has what it takes to be July's winner? Go to:
www.ERAinNiceville.com
FOR DETAILS OR TO NOMINATE A YARD, OR CALL (850)678-1196


oNt s r, In.
ERA *



Have Spare Beads?










Diamond Works mic


www.DiamondWorksJewelry.com
Park Place Plaza, Next to Santa Rosa Mall
323 Page Bacon Rd., Mary Esther
850-244-5252 I Mike Tarbuck, Jeweler-Owner


JEWELRY REPAIR
NEXT DAY SERVICE
REMOUNTS
CUSTOM DESIGN


Law Office of I

S SAMUEL M. PEEK I

I O I
Estate Plning & Probate

ril UI*ingTrusts

Powers of Attorey .....

Helth Care Directives

Business Corporations & LLC

Samuel M. Peek, J.D., LL.M. Tax P Folks
678-1178
222 Government Avenue
Niceville, FL 32578 Hearty, Homestyle Cooking
The hiring of a lawyer is a important decision. Before you decide, ask us to send
you free information about our qualifications and experience. 1170 John Sims Pkwy. Niceviiie 850-729-2262
LThe Fines--------------------------I


DARREN PAYNE, MD
* Full-Time Medical Director
of Niceville Office
* 15 Years Experience
* A Friendly and Caring
Personality


Darren Payne, MD
Board Certified
Eye Physician & Surgeon


*C ATARACT
I DROOPY EYE LIDS^^^^^


LEE MULLIS, MD
* Over 25 Years Experience
National Leader in Painless
No-Stitch Cataract Surgery
* A Kind and Friendly Way


The Friendly & Caring Staff
We Specialize in the Diagnosis and Treatment of Eye
Conditions Associated with Aging, including:


Medicare
Assignment Accepted


Lee Mullis, MD
Board Certified
Eye Physician & Surgeon


*IGAU1COM A
RETINA PROBLEMS


MULLIS EYE INSTITUTE e Call for an appointment
15Bie D (
9 NS Bv, evw (0 85


TRUCK LOAD SALE!
243-1920 188 EGLIN PKWY.


JUNE 30


THGJULY 5


Air Force photo

'Coins for Critters'
Ally Hlatky, student at Addie R. Lewis Middle School, visits Gracie, a dog available for
adoption at Eglin Pet Welfare. Ally, 10, started "Coins for Critters" at her school and raised
approximately $100 for the volunteer-run shelter. She plans to continue the fundraiser
when school starts in August.


neenng trom
Johns
Hopkins
University.
His thesis
reflects special
"Myoelectric
Finger Positio
Prostheses."


I


. -I - -i ;I i *; I


0


- -1






Page B-2


THE BAY BEACON.


Wednesday, June 30, 2010


Rocky students on Belize mission
Rocky Bayou Christian School students pose for a going-away photo before embarking on
a mission trip to Belize June 18. The group returned Tuesday.


Rotary assists -

scholars
Several students from the three
Niceville high schools each
received a $1,000 scholarship
from the Niceville/Valparaiso
Rotary Club. The Rotary Club
uses proceeds from its annual
Mullet Festival Golf Tournament
to fund the scholarships. From
left: Sarah Emily Wilson, Aaron
Cain, Bark Barrett, Natalie Harris,
Heather Lemay, and Rotary Club
scholarship chair Bill Readdy.


Memorial

will honor

the fallen
The city of Niceville is
accepting donations for the
"Fallen Soldier" monument,
which will be in memory of
fallen veterans and positioned
outside the Community
Center.
The monument will be
made by "The Large Art Co."
The goal is $4,400; $3,643.50
has been raised so far.
Send donations to Fallen
Soldiers Fund, City of
Niceville, 208 N. Partin
Drive, Niceville, FL 32578.
Call Ron Hall, 259-7794, for
further information.


NWFSC lists graduates


for spring semester


Northwest Florida State
College announced its spring
term 2010 graduates. Eight hun-
dred and twenty individuals
completed studies at the college
during the semester that ended
in May.
Twin Cities-area graduates
were as follows:
Associate of Arts
Highest Honors
Niceville: Ruth Berry, Samantha
Horn, Melissa Nunes
Valparaiso: Patricia Miller
Associate of Arts
High Honors
Niceville: Katrina Camacho,
Zeal Desai, Kelly Friedman,
Samantha Holton, Sarah Smith,
Brooke Stewart, Sydnee White
Associate of Applied
Science Degree
High Honors
Niceville: Tammy Harris
Certificate- High Honors:
Niceville: Michael Bennett
Bachelor of Science
Honors
Valparaiso: Sarah Gifford
Associate of Arts Degree
Honors:
Niceville: Zachary Bodie,
Christin Cotton, Lara Esin, Lesley
Gustafson, Stephanie Harris,
Jeffrey Henkel, Ashley Morton,
Brett Rogers, Cody Schanbeck,
Samantha Sementilli, Stephen
Sholar, Katie Smith, Mary Caitlyn
Smith, Renee Smith, Victoria St.
Amand, Juliana Wager, Kristin
Weinstock
Valparaiso: Sonnet Singleton


Associate of Applied
Science
Honors
Niceville: Michael Gilbert,
Maria McElligott
Valparaiso: Laura Vitullo
Associate of Science
Degree
Honors
Niceville: Alma Dejesus-
Mendoza, Dana Sentell
Certificates
Honors:
Niceville: Joel Brown, Michael
Owens
Applied Technology
Diploma
Honors
Niceville: Larrisa Powell
Bachelor of Science
Destin: Travis Martin, Demetris
Stevens
Niceville: Sharon Friedman,
Alan Shore
Bachelor of Applied
Science
Valparaiso: Marianne Wright
Associate Of Arts
Niceville: Brianna Allen, Jillian
Arnould, Francisco Arredondo,
Sean Arrieta, David Bailey, Dezarai
Binder, Katie Blome, Brad Bly,
Zalaica Brooks, Sabrina Burke,
Gavon Byrd, Megan Caberto,
Ashley Chapman, Kristen Chavis,
Kara Copeland, Kimberly Davis,
Angel Diaz, Benjamin Dowell,
John Emsing, Heather Evans, Noah
Farabaugh, Becky Farmer, Regina
Fleming, Megan Fontaine, Andrew
Gagliano, Christopher Gaydos,
Ginger Godfrey, Julie Gomez,
Ronald Grover, Erin Harding,


Matthew Hasty, Matthew Herndon,
Nichole Humphreys, Richard
Jackson, Rebecca Jolly, Joseph
Jordan, Kristian Keicher, Rose
Kelley, Andrew King, Ryan
Kissam, Tiffanie Kowalik, Jessica
Landry, Renee Legere, Kristen
Losinger, Kathryn Mailoto, Kyle
Marinan, Kyle Martin, Andrew
Matthews, Holly McKenna,
Deborah Mobley, Shawaun Moore,
Kayla Muldoon, Kevin O'Neal,
Timothy Palomo, Jonathan Pearson,
Annita Phillips, Richard Plaice,
Matthew Salazar, Laurie
Sambenedetto, Alexander Sharp,
Haley Shelton, Jessica Speckman,
Gregory Stoughton, Jennifer
Tucker, Melissa Vause, Kala Wade,
Chelsea Weaver
Valparaiso: Sarah Fuller,
Raymond Kong, Aaron Milligan,
Tavis Redmond, Ryan Russell
Associate of Applied
Science Degree
Niceville: Deborah Lord-
Zoldak, Michelle McGraw, Jennifer
Reynolds, Rebecca Robison
Valparaiso: Amber Elledge,
Marianne Wright
Associate of Science
Degree
Niceville: Thomas Henely,
Marion Mullinix, Keesha Murphy,
April Pretz, Herica Reyes, Aline
Viljoen,
Valparaiso: Sara Blake
Certificate
Niceville: Michael Bozoki,
Carlos Garcia, Christopher
Hinojosa
Valparaiso: Joshua Hobbs,
Michael Sabo
Educator Preparation
Institute
Valparaiso: Kelly Lyles


NORTHWEST FLORIDA

STATE COLLEGE


* Niceville
INSURANCE AGENCY
(850) 729-2131


www.nicevilleinsurance.com


We'll take care of your business insurance,
while you take care of business! Contact us
today for quality business protection from
Auto-Owners Insurance Companj.

toltmwer.nuae


H u bCitySuperCenter.cor


Ovdr 175 Vehicles
starting at


S$3995

in CRESTVIEW
850-259-3676


I 6' O N WR p


Single & Mingle
2for 1 on All Drinks!


'S p


2for 1 on All Drinks!
FREE Wi-Fi q


CS
25% Active Duty Military
Discount ALL DAY!

July 4th: North Light Yacht Club
will be closed to the public.
1Reservations essential.


SI 113 John Sims Pkwy.
1. Niceville
\P at North Light Yacht Club


Coordinated Care for Your Good Health

We are here to serve the Niceviffe community!


Terry Payne, M.D.


Family Medicine Fan
&We,

Call for same day availability!

NICEVILLE
897-4400
2001 East Highway 20


Ann .winnuM.D.
Ann Gwinnup, M.D. Andrew Yang, M.D.


lily Medicine
II Woman Care


Family Medicine


DOO


WHITE-WILSON
MEDICAL CENTER. P.A.


www.Dwhite-wilocm


I OIL CHANGE
I Change Motor Oil (up to 5 Qts.)
I 10W30Mobil
I New Oil Filter 95
* Most Vehicles
I With Coupon Only. Expires 7-6-10
I OTHER COOLING
SERVICES SYSTEM
I *A/C Service SERVICE
* Timing Belts 34 90
Dealer
Scheduled
I Maintenance I
SainteDrain & Refill Radiator
$1 O with up to 1 Gallon of
I Antifreeze. Pressure test
SO FF I Cooling System, Inspect
TUNE UP I Water Pump, Hoses &
With Coupon Only. I Belts. With Coupon Only
h Expires 7-6-10 Expires 7-6-10


More Than Just
Oil Changes!






Auto Repair
410 John Sims Parkway
678-1789
Mon. Fri. 8:00-5:30 p.m.
Sat. 8:00-12:30 p.m.
(Located Directly Behind
Papa Johns)
It mc


FULL SERVICE I
OIL CHANGE
(up to 5 Qts.) 10W30 Mobil
14-PointI
Service 95
Check
With Coupon Only. Expires 7-6-10
NOW SERVICING DIESELS I
O OFF With Coupon Only.
500 FF Expires 7-6-10 I
BRAKE SPECIAL TRANSMISSION
As Low As SERVICE
$5990 '*1
59 PerAxle I$10 I
Most Vehicles I I
One coupon per IOFF
customer. With coupon
only. Cannot be I
combined with other I With Coupon Only.
offers. Expires7-6-10 Expires 7-6-10


In Business to

Write Business!


I


I LIFE 9 CAR 9 BUSINESS


I For 18 years the voice of Niceville, Bluewater Bay and Valparaiso I






Wednesday, June 30, 2010


THE BAY BEACON


Ballplayer still slugging


at 78 in softball league


He'll be back

in 2011 despite

torn rotator cuff
By Mike Griffith
Beacon Correspondent
Not everyone can be an ath-
lete, but just about anyone can
be athletic. Niceville resident
Herb Jones demonstrates this
principle on Tuesday and
Thursday evenings when he
plays slow-pitch softball in the
Niceville Men's Softball
League, a league made up of
about a dozen local teams,
mostly sponsored by local
churches.
At 78, Jones is the oldest
player in the league. Most of
the other players are in their
20s and 30s.
"I like the exercise, and the
chance to stay active," Jones
said. "Moving around helps me
to stay healthier-not just
physically, but mentally. I also
enjoy the camaraderie of being
part of my team."
Jones was born in 1932 in
Boston. He played baseball for
Boston Technical High School,
where he was an all-star catch-
er, as well as captain of the
school hockey team and a
member of the football team.
He later played baseball at the
Massachusetts Maritime
Academy, and upon graduation,
became an officer in the Navy,
as well as a Navy jet pilot.
During his naval career,
Jones became disabled from
exposure to asbestos-a prob-
lem that still plagues-but
doesn't stop-him to this day.
After leaving the Navy, he
became an electrical engineer,
and took part in many of the
test programs at Eglin Air
Force Base during the 1960s,
'70s, and '80s, retiring in 1992.
After retiring, Jones re-dis-
covered his love for playing
ball, and played for the First
Baptist, and later the First
United Methodist, softball
teams.
Despite his enthusiasm for
the game, Jones has had to
learn to accept some limitations


Beacon photo by Mike Griffith
Herb Jones digs in at the batter's box. At 78, he shows no signs
of slowing down or giving up softball.


as he grows older.
"Early this season, I tried to
make a hard throw," he said.
"That was a mistake, which I
realized as I felt my shoulder
coming apart."
The injury turned out to be a
torn rotator cuff, which cur-
tailed his fielding and throwing
for the rest of the season.
Although a lesser man might
have quit, at least for the rest of
the season, Jones has persisted,
and still serves as a third base
coach for his team, as well as
batting occasionally. In his
spare time, Jones is a part-time
student at Northwest Florida
State College, taking a variety
of courses in subjects that
arouse his curiosity.
"Herb brings out the spirit of
our team," said First United
Methodist coach Dwight Polk.
"He inspires the younger play-
ers, and keeps us feeling like
we can keep going no matter
what. He does a good job of
coaching third base, and he still
swings a mean bat."


Free camp

for kids

in July


The Niceville Men's
Softball League is in the midst
of playoffs. The championship
game will be Tuesday, July 6, at
6:45 p.m. After that, said Herb,
he plans to start getting into
shape for next season.

Performance Results
Exceptional Service


Sandy & Ray biTirro

850/897-5839

SandyandRay@TheSeaShores.com
RE/MAX Southern Bluewater Realty
C-


Emerald Coast Hospice is
offering a free camp for children
July 16-19 at Camp Timpoochee,
Niceville. Camp Brave Heart is
for children, ages 7-14, who have
experienced the loss of a loved
one.
To receive an application for a


Page B-3


child to attend, or to volunteer to
assist with Camp Brave Heart, call
Jim Vail, Bereavement
Coordinator, at Emerald Coast
Hospice, 689-0300 or go to genti-
va.com/hospice. Applications will
be accepted while space is avail-
able.


VACUUM CENTER DESTINY
OUR PRODUCTS WILL CHANGE YOUR LIFE!
SALES SERVICES SUPPLIES
36054 Emerald Coast Pkwy.
IA ES Across From Regatta Bay
"^,. 850-269-0505


Bo Burns, Agent
1811 John Sims Parkway
Niceville, FL 32578
Bus: 850-678-3441
bo.burns.cvly@statefarm.com


Get them all with
Discount Double Check"
It's a quick and easy way
to make sure you're saving
all you can. And it's free.
Like a good neighbor,
State Farm is there.
CALL ME TODAY


A StateFarm
I~UtA*r


Get your PAL (Pre-Approved Loan) before you shop!


* 100% of the sales tax, tag and title fees Optional GAP Insurance for only $175

* Optional low-cost Credit Life Insurance will not increase your monthly payment

* 100% of the Extended Warranty Insurance not to exceed $1,800.00


Apply online: www.eglinfcu.org

"Where Membes Matter Most"

862-0111 Ext. 1751 Crestview 682-6688 1-800-367-6159


EGLIN FEDERAL CREDIT UNION
Branches: Fort Walton Beach Eglin AFB Hurlburt Field North and South Crestview
o Mary Esther Bluewater Bay Destin Navarre


,-\


CRUSH wins softball title
The Coca Cola CRUSH won the Little League Minors fast-pitch softball championship,
going 3-0 in tournament play. The team was 12-2 during the regular season. From left: bot-
tom row, Abby O'Laughlin, Hannah Sjostrom, Alexandria Koulisis, Lauren Warner and
Aubrey Gibson; middle row, Dallas Harrelson, Madison Childress, Rachel Ross, Kamryn
Caldwell, Allison Brown and Rachel Smith; back row, coaches Ryan Caldwell, John Ross,
Sonny Childress and Troy Sjostrom.


On 2010 models finance 100% of the
Manufacturer's Suggested Retail Price
(window sticker) after deductions of Special
Discounts offered by the Manufacturer, plus
100% of any dealer installed accessories or
equipment.


On 2009 models finance 100% of NADA Re-
tail Value, plus 100% of Retail Value on factory
installed options, plus adding for low mileage.


I For 18 years the voice of Niceville, Bluewater Bay and Valparaiso I


I







Page B-4


THE BAY BEACON.


Wednesday, June 30, 2010


Valp. Elementary year end honors


5th Grade
A (average) for the year
McKenzie Bentley
Nathan Bohler
Catherine Crump
Hannah Davis
Jacob Eckhardt
Emily Fedonczak
Sofia Glynn
Danny Harrington
Brooks Horton
Ben Jansen
Shawn Logsdon
Cody Manard
Grace Ratley
Jasmine Wallace


Jayden Wright
A/B (average) for the year
Jacob Butler
Ryan Counsman
Holly Doyon
Morgan Foster
Tyler Gale
Cameron Gilbert
Justin Haymond
Nate Hendricks
Alexis Herndon
Kaleigh King
Zachary Krouse
Katarina Marshall
Tyler Morris
Alexis Reid


Ally Roberts
Erica Simmons
Matthew Smith
Aeris Wilkerson
Leena Vogt
Outstanding effort for the year
Whitney Finn
Chelsea Fry
Rachel Havard
Rachel Hensley
Macaylah Jackson
Desired Manard
Mitchell Metzler
Wesley Sites
Jesse Smith
Matthew Smith


TA IT S DDD




ADMVETISERSI


Newspapers


e Watch

advertising pages will be
lished in the Bay Beacon July 14
and the base papers July 16!
.ef


Don't miss this chance to
help your customers plan their
pre-storm shopping!
Less than
10 per reader!


DON'TBE LEFT OUT! CALL
678-1080 TO RESERVE
YOUR SPACE TODAY!


Ben Tomerlin
Citizen of the year
Drew Gudson
Alexis Herndon
Brooks Horton
Shawn Logsdon
Jeremy Nolin
Perfect attendance
Justin Haymond
Ben Jansen
Zach Johnson
Tyler West
Third grade
All As for the year
Gabe Bohler
Madison Breazeale
Eli Estep
Hannah Reid
Hannah Teel
Ella Wright
All As and Bs for the year
Ben Adams
Morgan Bailey
Ben Baltz
Holly Chavis
Wanda Grice
Rhianna Hamilton
Reanna Havard
Hayden Hestilow
Avaree Hosford
Maddy Jansen
Evan Kelley
Lyndsey Kelsey
Grace McIntosh
Victoria Mongsaithong
Jadyn Richardson
Chance Roye
Ana Whaley
Ashlynn Whaley
Travis Whisenhunt
Sam Williams
Olivia Wilson
Outstanding effort
Ayela Beabout
Adam Boles
Kailee Chau
Alyssa Clifford
Cameron Daniel
David Erickson
Jonathan Harris
Will Hartman
Joseph Kalil
Skieler Kowalik (Kuvaleak)
Jacob Scannell
Elaina Turko
Wayne Wagner
Citizen of the year
Madison Breazeale
Holly Chavis
Gavin Parr
Hannah Reid
Perfect attendance
Dylan DeRouen
Jonathan Harris
Maddy Jansen
Gavin Parr
Jadyn Richardson
2nd grade
All As for the year
Alexander Davis
Kaylee Dews


Isaac Escalante
Allison Parkin
Will Roberts
Christian Schwartz
Harli Daniel
Lexi Donalson
Angelica Dunham
Austin Mason
Teya Monsaithong
Colby Pruitt
Grant Ransom
Michael Frank
Malachi Griffo
Wyatt Lewis
Hayden Krider
Aiden Nipper
Kinsley Pendleon
All As and Bs for the year
Celeste Blackmon
Michael Car
Shelby Cook
Connor Griffin
Jordan Millsaps
Joey Moore
Ka'rin Quinnell
Cecelia Valdez
Austin Bradley
Justin Kratz
Aubrey Shiflet
Ashley West
Alexis Desnoyer
Stillina O'Rourke
Cameron Allen
Kelby Barfield
Robbie Burns
Robert Blake
April Dotollo
Hailee Riddle
Savannah Willingham
Outstanding effort
Nico Giandalia
Makayla Davidson
Guy Eller-Thomas
La' Raina Courtoy
Mya Casaanta
Citizen of the year
Joey Moore
Justin Kratz
Cameron Allen
Perfect attendance
Troy Brown
Kaylee Dews
Guy Eller-Thomas


Harli Daniels
Ashley West
Michael Frank
1st grade
All As for the year
Abby Bassham
Jayellynn Bradley
Jlyn Lee
Ashley Penman
Gracie Reid
Ella Spencer
Alex Thompson
Will Tidwell
Christian Culberson
Cassie Forgione
Emily Reid
Gabe Spann
Kayleight White
Anglea Kelly
Lake Marthis
Isis Sparks
Allie Nichols
Brian Young
All As and Bs for the year
Brian Gustafson
Jenalyn Mangahas
Gavin Mattern
AJ Ramirez
Tessa Adams
Michael Anders
Maxwell Bentley
Alayna Curry
Haley Gilbert
Riley Locke
Graham Parr
Lena Walker
Robbie Benzenhafter
Jackie Dunn
Richard Grice
Dev Patel
Jakob Penn
Cody Ribar
Dylan Russell
Caleigh CumbieJacob Dews
Zachary Gilbert
William Merrifield
Outstanding effort
Derek Mathews
Brent Wicker
Kolbie Inn
Daniel Stedman
Payton Vaiyanet
Azia Currington
Alex Johnson
Paige Penman
Hanna Redmon
Timmy Zygutis
Dean Gianoti
Zlex Holtan
Chase MixonAllie Nichols
Brian Young
Ian Pendergraft
Ashton Sloan
Diamond Stukes
Citizen of the year
Jayden West
Tessa Adams
Cassie Forgione
Angela Kelly
Perfect attendance
Derek Mathews
Ian Pendergraft


F Join us Sunday

9:00 am. Traditional/Blended

10:30 am. Contemporary


k Forest Lake


BIBLE CHURCH
-- Visit our new website
www.forestlakebible.com


1000 37th St., Niceville (850) 678-5879A
1000 37th St., Niceville (850) 678-5879


IMMANUEL ANGLICAN N
CHURCH

Sunday Morning Services
Family Worship 9:00
with children's classes
Walk-In...Worship 11:01
with childcare for ages 6 weeks
to Kindergarten W

Wednesday Nights
Youth 6:30-8 p.m.
250 Indian Bayou Trail, Destin
Church Office: 850-837-6324
www.iacdestin.org
"Pointing The Way To Jesus" S


ST. JUDE'S EPISCOPAL CHURCH
Sunday Services
Holy Eucharist 8 a.m. & 10:30 a.m.
Christian Education 9:15 a.m.
Children's Sunday School 10:30 a.m.

Men's Breakfast 6:45 a.m.
Sewing Guild 9:00 a.m.
Chapel Service 11:00 a.m.
Fellowship Dinner 5:15 p.m.
Adult, Youth & Children's Classes 6:00 p.m.
678-7013 200 N. Partin Drive, Niceville
(across from Ruckel Middle School) www.stjudes.us info@stjudes.us


Baptist Church


Visitors Are Welcome!


I oshi Schedle


First Baptist Church
of Valparaiso


NEW LIFE CHRISTIAN MINISTRIES
130 N. PARTIN DR., NICEVILLE
CHURCH OFFICE (850) 729-0733

Sunday Morning Bible Study 9:30 a.m.
Sunday Morning Worship 11:15 a.m.
Wednesday Bible Study 7:00 p.m.
Bishop and Mrs. T.P. V
SJohnsnSr. Bishbp T.P. Johnsq tr. Seoiqr Pastor
l"-www.this1f lifeirg -"Z,,
Go ye therefore, and teach all nations, baptizing them in the name of
the Father, and of the Son, and of the Holy Ghost. Matt 28:19


Beacon Newspapers 1181 E. John Sims Pkwy. Niceville, FL 32578
(850) 678-1080 Fax 729-3225 info@baybeacon.com


CHE


I 1


b

Cyrr~


I For 18 years the voice of Niceville, Bluewater Bay and Valparaiso I






Wednesday, June 30, 2010


THE BAY BEACON


Page B-5


PoaRlNDNnm5



SUPPORTING OUR MILITARY
-AND LOCAL BUSINESSES-
CLIMATIC & NON-CLIMATIC UNITS
BOAT/RV STORAGE BOXES, PACKING/STORAGE SUPPLIES
850-835-7468
I i 'I **IV1
wworiandelstragflco


PAM'S LIGHTHOUSE
S LEARNING CENTER. INC.
Infant Toddler Room
6 weeks through 1 year
Openings available in all classrooms
SNow Enrolling for VPK
2010-2011 School Year
Mon.-Fri. 6:30 a.m. 6:00 p.m.

850-678-0550
1209 47th St. Niceville, FL 32578
FL License C010K0060


SHALIMARR AUTO ECHRNGE
www. shalimarautoexchana e.com


PMD ONEI

INSURANCE SERVICES, INC
Auto Home Business
Great new low auto rates for Okaloosa County!

OW I-- 'dl- Call Blake or Carolyn
b lftt a today for a quick,
98 NWBeal Pkwy. free quote.
Fort Walon Beach we will saveyou money!
www.priorityoneins.com 850-244-1066



Your source for federal

tax-free income.


Keith Lamm
Financial Advisor
1849 John Sims Pkwy E
Niceville, FL 32578 www.edwardjones.com
Member SIPC


July 4 events set


at Lincoln Park


By Thomas Monigan
Staff Writer
Valparaiso's 32nd annual
"Family Day in the Park" at
Lincon Park is expected to draw
both the young and the young at
heart on the Fourth of July.
"It's just old-fashioned fun,"
said City Clerk Tammy Johnson.
Mayor Bruce Arnold is once
again expected to compete in the
holiday's kickoff event, a
duathlonn" comprised of a 5-
kilometer run and a 200-meter
swim.
Afterward, Arnold is expected
to act as emcee for the children's
events that take place from 1 to 3
p.m., according to Johnson.
Children ranging in age from
5 to 12 can compete in events
known as watermelon rolling,


WHO'S
From page B-1
for the spring 2010 semester for
students completing the semester
with a 3.5 grade point average or
higher. Among those who made
the dean's list is Maria Rossi of
Niceville.

Alex Van Vliet earned the
highest rank in Scouting as he
was presented the Eagle Scout
rank at a
Troop 157
Court of
Honor June
12. His Eagle
project
included the
design, con-
struction, and
placement of
Alex Van Vliet a raised
planter box
and hexagonal bench at the Twin
Cities Pavillion in Niceville. Alex


watermelon eating, watermelon
seed 'pilliii-. hula hoop twirling,
hula hoop relay, Mississippi
flood, sack race and tug-o-war,
among others.
"Some of those kids can real-
ly spit those seeds," Johnson said,
estimating some winners have
launched seeds as far as 20 feet
away.
As a warm-up for all these
frolics, Goofy the Clown will be
entertaining from 11 a.m. until 2
p.m.
Once the games are over, free
watermelon will be available for
all ages starting at 3 p.m. And as
a prelude to the fireworks, which
will begin at 9 p.m., Steve
Williams and Scott Brown of
GabCo Music Service will be the
DJs for music from 4 to 8 p.m.


is a recent graduate of Niceville
High School and plans to attend
Northwest Florida State College.
He is interested in high adventure
activities, has earned 10 scuba
certifications, and has climbed
several high peaks in the Western
states. His parents are Glenn and
Liz Van Vliet of Niceville.

Autumn Parnell and Krystal
Taylor of Niceville were among
the 10 seniors who graduated
from four
years of
Ear y
Morning
Seminary
June 6 at the
Niceville
Chapel. They
rose as early
as 4 a.m. to
Autumn Parnell sget to their
5:45 a.m.
class, which met every school
day.
The curriculum consists of the


Daylong festivities are scheduled at Lincoln Park Sunday for
Independence Day. Pictured: a July 4 tug-o-war at the park in 2008.


O 1 d
Testament,
N e w
Testament,
Book of
Mormon,
Doctrine and
Covenants
and Church
History.
Subject mat- Krystal Taylor
ter alternates
yearly so students receive instruc-
tion in all areas by the time they
graduate.

North American Surveillance
Systems Inc., has named Todd L.
Hanning to the position of Vice
President of Government Affairs.
A retired Air Force lieutenant
colonel with 25 years of service,
Hanning most recently served as
the lead acquisition adviser and
chief of the Finance and
Programs Division for the Iraq
Training and Assistance Mission


Air Force in Baghdad.
Previously, Hanning served as
chief of the Test and Technology
Division of Air Force Special
Operations Command at Hurlburt
Field.
A resident of Niceville,
Hanning will be based at the new
NASS Deland Operations Center
located west of Daytona Beach.
***
Andrew Kalt of Niceville
recently received a Master of
Business Administration from the
Goizueta Business School and a
Doctor of Law from the School of
Law of Emory University.

Cathy Alley received the
Branch Agent of the Month
award from ERA American
Realty in Niceville for her superi-
or performance in May. Alley is a
Top Ten Agent with American
and specializes in both residential
and commercial properties. She is
a long-time resident of Niceville.


(850) 678-6361


WU \ MANNINGON.
WUNDAiWEVE O M NGN
AUERIC 0 LOLEAiN-


I*



Deliver the Bay Beacon newspaper once a
week on Tuesday nights.
THESE POSITIONS ARE
INDEPENDENT
CONTRACTORS. DELIVERY
PERSONS MUST HAVE VALID
DRIVER'S LICENSE AND
CURRENT INSURANCE.
The Beacon
1181 E. John Sims Parkway, Niceville, 678-1080


Owned and operated by Rick Phelps & Jenny Propps
792 E. John Sims Pkwy., Niceville, FL
Mon. Fri. 9 a.m. 7 p.m. Niceville Sears
Sat. 9 a.m. 6 p.m.
Sun. 11 a.m. 4 p.m. 678-9955


rio- or if yo u d e uderem .M ain g nim u m onthly ym et I w iln t offy m oi
n'lyi i Offe ivlid cnsa ci, ,a ,'i .j t 'h'n..w o n iM..yn bo.nd i ayo e ps, I ad

by I:[ a evadaI 1 ,N A-. fferisonlyva lidfrcnsue racounsingoo stadin.Seeica. rd agreeme n rate sa ua ym en atn app licb l et
for.etals icluing esciptin .o theminmum ayr-e.n caculaionand henthe efalt rte pplis. offers nly ali forconumeraccuntsin ood taning.Seecar


I Edwad Jone
NIAIN EEOFNETIG


r ORTHOPAEDIC ASSOCIATES
and The Spine Institute at Orthopaedic ..... i.ir,
Niceville 554-D Twin Cities Blvd.
(850) 678-2249
Destin 36500 Emerald Coast Pkwy.
S(850) 837-3926
5 Ft. Walton 1034 Mar Walt Drive
(850) 863-2153
Lwww.orthoassociates.net I www.oaspine.comj


I STAINMASTEN sOR)
CAM *wn --
-* *- ^ss s


I For 18 years the voice of Niceville, Bluewater Bay and Valparaiso I







Page B-6


THE BAY BEACON.


Wednesday, June 30, 2010


S E-mail items to
info@baybeacon.com
before 5p.m. Wednesday.

Fireworks T-shirt sale
Twin Cities Fireworks
Committee T-Shirts are available at
Coastal Bank and Trust (Niceville
and Valparaiso locations),
Niceville City Hall, Niceville
Public Library, Parkway Veterinary
Clinic and Valparaiso City Hall-
$12 each or $10 apiece for three or
more. All proceeds benefit the
Fireworks Trust Fund.
Valparaiso Senior Center
Located at 268 Glenview Ave.
in Valparaiso, the center will hold
the following:
Wednesday, June 30, Wii games
9:30 a.m.
Thursday, July 1, trivia, 10:30
a.m.
Friday, July 2, board
games,9:30 a.m.
Monday, July 5, Closed for
Independence Day
Tuesday, July 6, board games,
9:30 a.m.
Senior Center programs are for
people 60 or older. Meals will be
served at 11 a.m. Donations
accepted. Reservations for meals
must be made the day before by
noon by calling 833-9291.
Free camp for kids
Emerald Coast Hospice is offer-
ing a free camp for children July
16-19 at Camp Timpoochee,
Niceville. Camp Brave Heart is for
children, ages 7-14, who have
experienced the loss of a loved one.
Regardless of the type of loss or
the reason for the loss, all children
throughout the area are invited to
apply to attend Camp Brave Heart
at no cost to them. A prior affilia-
tion with Emerald Coast Hospice is
not a prerequisite.


Camp Brave Heart is run by
clinical experts who understand the
healing process. The emphasis is
on healing, arts and crafts, field
games, boating, swimming and
honoring the people they have lost
with a very special memorial serv-
ice.
To receive an application for a
child to attend, or to volunteer to
assist with Camp Brave Heart, call
Jim Vail, Bereavement
Coordinator, at Emerald Coast
Hospice, 689-0300 or go to genti
va.com/hospice. Applications will
be accepted while space is avail-
able.
'Fallen Soldier' monument
The city of Niceville is accept-
ing donations for the "Fallen
Soldier" monument which will be
in memory of fallen veterans and
positioned outside the Community
Center. The monument will be
made by "The Large Art Co." The
goal is $4,400; $3,643.50 has been
raised so far. Send donations to
Fallen Soldiers Fund, City of
Niceville, 208 N. Partin Drive,
Niceville, FL 32578. Call Ron
Hall, 259-7794, for further infor-
mation.
July 4 Valp. Family Day
Valparaiso plans "Family Day
in the Park" Sunday, July 4, at
Lincoln Park. The 32nd annual
July 4th Dualthon (5K run and
200-meter swim) will be at 7 a.m.
J Goofy the Clown
will entertain, 11
a.m.-2 p.m.
From 1-3 p.m., a
variety of games
and contests will
take place. At 3 p.m., free water-
melon will be provided to every-
one. And 4-8 p.m., a disc jockey
will provide music.
Info: 729-5402.
GOP candidate forum
Silver Sands Republican
Women will host Okaloosa County
School Board candidates July 5 at
5:30 p.m. Participating are Paul W.
Brock, Rodney L. Walker and
Howard Hill. The event will be
held at the Niceville Bluewater Bay
Golf Club Restaurant. There will
be an opportunity to personally get


acquainted with the candidates
before dinner is served. The
restaurant will offer a special menu
ranging from $12. -$15. A candi-
dates' forum will be held following
dinner. Please call 678 2182 for
reservations. Guests are welcome.
Creative Gardeners meet
The next Creative Gardener
Series program will be on Monday,
July 5, 6-8 p.m., at the Valparaiso
Library. The topic for this month's
program is Fun Facts About
Southern Gardens. David
Weatherford, Valparaiso librarian
and history teacher at Northwest
Florida State College, will discuss


the cultural elements of Southern
gardens. He'll cover the history
behind why Southerners create
such colorful
showcases in
their yards using
creative plant-
ings and outdoor
folk art. The
program is free and open to the
public. The series is cosponsored
by the Valparaiso Garden Club and
Valparaiso Library. Info:
729-5406.
Wyland traveling exhibit
Niceville Public Library will
display a Teacher's Discovery


Traveling Exhibit from July 6 to
July 17 featuring the paintings of
Wyland, the renowned marine life
artist. "Dive into Art and
Conservation" features four of
Wyland's paintings and reinforces
the importance of water conserva-
tion. This exhibit is free to the pub-
lic.
Civil Service seminar
A free seminar, "Applying for
Civil Service Employment," will
be held Wednesday, July 7, at the
Crestview JobsPlus One-Stop
Career Center, 212 N. Wilson St.,
Crestview. This free, 90-minute
seminar will start at 9 a.m. The
class will focus on applying for
Civil Service employment using
USAJOBS. Registered applicants
will receive course handouts and a
sample resume. Seating is limited
to the first 50 applicants. Info:
689-7823.
GOP women meeting set
The Republican Women of
Okaloosa Federated will meet
Wednesday, July 7, at the Holiday
Inn Resort on Okaloosa Island.
Socializing will begin at 11:30 a.m.
and lunch will be served at noon.
Lance Fairchok, a military ana-
lyst and instructor of Intelligence,
Surveillance and
Reconnaissance
operations in the
Air Force Air
Operations -
Center (AOC),
will speak on
"Information Warfare in the
Media."
To make a reservation, contact
Donna Pattison at 651-5416 or
donnapattison@cox.net by noon on
Friday, July 2nd Cost of the lunch
is $16 for members and $18 for
guests. For more information
about RWOF, visit wwof.org
Congressional forum set
A Congressional candidate
District 2 Forum will be presented
by the Okaloosa County
Republican Executive Committee
on Thursday, July 8, 6:30 p.m. at
the Destin City Hall, 4200 Two
Trees Road, Destin.
Invited candidates are: Eddie
Hendry, Ron McNeil, Barbara
Olschner, David Scholl and Steve


Southerland. A sheriff's candidate
Forum will be presented by the
Okaloosa County Republican
Executive Committee on Tuesday,
July 20, at 6:30 p.m. at the
Niceville Community Center, 206
N. Partin Drive-next to the Library.
Invited candidates are: Larry
Ashley, Rick Hord, Ron
Livingston, Steve Menchel, Bill
Patterson and Tony Taylor. The
forums are open to the public at no
charge. 897-3322 or 217-2532.
Seniors set potluck
The Twin Cities Senior Citizens
will hold a potluck meal and meet-
ing Thursday, July 8, 3 p.m., with
entertainment by the Gold Diggers
& Sisters-2. Those aged 50 or older
are welcome.
Call Joe at 678-8645 or Ruth at
678-4346.
Trail Association to meet
The monthly meeting of the
Florida Trail Association will take
place Tuesday, July 27, 6 p.m., at
Bayou Blues Restaurant, Niceville.
Visitors welcome. Details: 682-
6098 or choctaw.floridatrail.org
Pirates at Temple Mound
Fort Walton Beach's Heritage
Park and Cultural Center, along
with the Friends of the Museums,
Inc., present "Pirates: The Last
Scourge of the Gulf." The exhibit is
scheduled to be on display all sum-
mer inside the Indian Temple
Mound Museum Lazarus
Education Center.
Heritage Park, 139 Miracle
Strip Parkway SE, is open Monday
through Saturday, 10 a.m.-4:30
p.m. The exhibit is included in reg-
ular admission to Heritage Park: $5
plus tax for adults, $4.50 plus tax
for seniors 55-plus and active mili-
tary, and $3 plus tax for children 4
to 17. Info: 833-9595.
Local artists display work
Members of the Local Color
Artists Club will display their art-
work at the Heritage Museum,
Valparaiso, through Aug. 28. They
have a patriotic theme to follow
and there will be 10 or more artists
in the club showing several of their
paintings. The display is also in
conjunction with Eglin's 75th
anniversary.


IIRRIGATI/ON


EI S


IO


rn I


Cans for fireworks
Niceville City Council member Judy Boudreaux puts
empty soda cans in the dumpster by City Hall to help pay
for the Niceville-Valparaiso Independence Day fireworks.
Residents can also buy the Twin Cities Fireworks Fund T-
Shirt at Coastal Bank and Trust (Niceville and Valparaiso
locations), American Athletic Uniforms, Valparaiso,
Niceville City Hall, Niceville Public Library, Parkway
Veterinary Clinic, Perry's Restaurant and Valparaiso City
Hall-$12 each or $10 apiece for three or more.


I CABINET


I C ANI NI


COMPUTER S
E C ,02,fi~ira
I I d"q ) i l CuH


I GOLD, COINS & JE


I HAIR CA


I oIItI


*I.ADVERTlJISE I


--o279-4656o-
43 n Sims Pkwy.
walkJohA,
ns ways Welcoffe_

LAWN CA


1 543-32l


I LAWN CARE


I ADVRTIS


I LAWN CA


I MINI STO


*'I MINI.,TO


I PAINT / WALL


IAD.VlTJ1:S;E:-


I AI TII/I


I PAINTING &/l PRESSURE" CLEAN[I NGl t l : 1[


I 1"A:INTING//1


I PRESSURE WA


I P R E S S URIE W A SH][- [I &Y I N[ l[. Gil. ) V'll] l l ]


I SALON


I SALON


I TRE SER


I For 18 years the voice of Niceville, Bluewater Bay and Valparaiso I






Wednesday, June 30, 2010


THE BAY BEACON.


Page B-7


"Where Buyers and Sellers Meet!"


,ges Real Estate Marketplace


We are
Bluewater Bay's
ONSITE Agents.
I1 (850) 897-SOLD (7653)
Steve Hughes Diane Cocchiarella
(502-1014) (830-3568)
Carrie Leugers Mindy Barrett Liz Newberry
(974-5436) (687-3377) (687-0776)


* Bayfront Efficiency, Fully Furnished .............$147,500
* Blue Pine Village, Updated, 3/2 ...................$167,900
* Lakeside Condo, 2/2, Ground Floor.............$169,900
* End Unit, Marina Cove Townhome, 3/2.5 ....$199,500
* BWB Parkwood, 3/2, Brick, 1-Story,
Fenced Yard, Open Floor Plan.....SOLD.....$215,000
* Newly Remodeled Family Home, Bluewater, 3/2,
REDUCED ............................................... $210,000
* Marina Cove Townhome, 3/2.5,
V iew s of the Bay........................................... 210,000
* Magnolia Plantation, Custom Upgrades, 3/2,
PENDING ........................... ............. .. $249,000
* Waterfront, Marina Cove Townhome 3/2.5...$249,900
* Lido Village, 3/2.5, PENDING ......................$279,000
* Raintree Estate, Waterfront Home, 3/2........$599,000
* Beautiful Building Lot,
Southwind Golf Course ................................$165,000



* Furn., Waterfront Condo, 2/1, WID, Util. lncl....$1,350
* Unfurn., New Townhome, BWB, 3/2.5..............$1,550
* Unfurn., 3/2.5, MC Townhouse ...................... $1,600
* Waterfront Townhome, 3/2.5, Garage ..............$1,700


I Renta l


Niceville, Crestview,
Fort Walton and Navarre!
One bedroom to five
bedrooms from
$450-$2500!
Search online at:
OurLocalRental.cor

Century 21
Wilson Minger Agency
Niceville's Top Selling Real Estate Office

729-6504


L


CarriageHills.com
(850) 678-5178
Call our rental office to manage
your property or to find a rental.
Your Hometown Realtorfor 28 years


I


BEAUTIFUL WATERFRONT HOME IN SHALIMAR!!I
3br/2ba, 2071sf Shared boat dock! S1350/mo


MUST SEE THIS NICE HOME IN DESTIN!!
4br/3ba, 2820sf Pet Friendly! *$2250/mo
II ; I I l sIII


GET RESULTS!
Call 678-1080 to place
your ad today.
The Beacon Newspapers


FLORIDA CLUB at
BLUEWATER BAY
Furnished 1, 2, 2 + loft:
UTILITIES INCLUDED
Business Center:
Pool, Sauna, Fitness Room,
Some Pet Friendly Rooms
$1,200/mo. $1,800/mo.
Unfurnished:
1/1: $800/mo.
2/2: $1,100/mo.
Furnished, Utilities Included:
Studios:
$1,500/mo.
UnFurnished:
Garden Oaks. Includes Water:
1/1: $675-$700/mo.

L~yiitbfl


Wilson Minger Agency, Inc.
850-678-5161 *800-369-2403

Serving Worthwes\
CALL TODAY FOR
508 23rd Street 104 Farral
MLS#538712 MLS#525
$139,500 $154,900
1534 square feet 1615 squa

1018 Darlington Oak 1753 Thoi
MLS#520156 MLS#530
$219,500 $225,000
1665 square feet 1607 squa

8 Bayshore Point 14099 Sta
MLS#539848 MLS#527
$349,500 $425,000
1993 square feet 2114 squa

739 Persimmon Way 1707 Osce
MLS#540073 MLS#535
$459,900 $650,000
2949 square feet 3506 squa
www.openhouse.com I w
Each office is indei


1000 Sq. Ft
Warehouse

500 Sq. Ft
Office

For More
Information
Call
897-6464
1484 Hickory St.
Niceville


Niceville's #1
Sales Office Every
Year Since 2005!


t Jlorida Since 195.

MORE INFORMATION


h Avenue
845

re feet

nas Street
614

re feet

te HWY 20
431

re feet

eola Bay
230

re feet


1-

9!
ON


1814 17th Street #24
MLS#538930
$179,900
1634 square feet

4230 Marysa Drive
MLS#537905
$245,000
2072 square feet

620 Carr Drive
MLS#527491
$459,000
4135 square feet

40 Lanman Road
MLS#526948
$749,000
3000 square feet


vw.century2 wilsonminger.co]
pendently owned & operated


Dixie RV
Superstores
FL Newest RV Dealer
NOW OPEN!!!
*Store Hours*
Monday-Saturday
8:00am-6:00pm
21 Acres/30 Brands
New and Used Units
6 Manufacturers
Newmar
Keystone
Heartland
Jayco
Fleetwood
Forest River
Service Department
RV Collision Center

Located off 1-10
Exit 70 / SR285
328 Green Dr.
DeFuniak, FL 32435
Sales 850-951-1000
Service
850-951-0321
www.dixierv.com


HOME SALES ARE HOT!
NICEVILLE AREA
Beautiful Views of Bayou Are Just The Beginning! 3/2 2,540SF $574,900 Web#884
Wonderful New Plan Waiting To Be Built! 3/2 1,525SF $239,900 Web#896
1 BLUEWATER BAY AREA
Superior Home, Unbelievable Price! 4/3 2,389SF $359,000 Web#070
NAVARRE AREA
Gorgeous Home, Great Family Floor Plan 5/3 2,685SF $299,900 Web#069
SHALIMAR AREA
Garniers Cay Townhome With Own Beach! 2/1.5 1,432SF $295,000 Web#903


--BAY
REAL ES
www.baywa

Exquisite Custom Built H
Mediterranean Village witl
Vacu

landscaped, 3/2, Asking $27!
All Brick and Cedar (recer
Baths located Edge Water
numerous upgrades include
Windows and So Much More
along with a lovely pinic
immaculate home at a
2048 Sq. Ft. $229,000.


1-











m


GET

RESULTS!


CALL
678-1080
to place
your ad
today.

The
Beacon
Newspapers


WALK
TATE. INC.
lk2.com
ome in Magnolia Plantation
h CrownMo tral
0 udn
enced Back Yard, Beautifully
9,900.
itly painted) 4 Bedroom, 2.5
* Village North. Home has
ng Roof, Hurricane Impact
. Inground Pool and play area
spot. Call now to see this
Very affordable price.


Simple Homey Fisherman's Delight Choctaw
Beach 100 feet on the Bay and No Flood Insurance
required. Home has two separate living areas. First con-
sist of Family Room, Kitchen, Dining, Master bedroom and
2 additional bedrooms, 2 full baths 2nd separate on bot-
tom floor is Family, Kitchen, Dining, 1 Bedroom and
Bathroom Handyman special, Roof 5 years old on
Workshop and 2 years old on House. Sold AS IS -
1850 sq.ft. $245,000.
Waterview Cove Freeport All Brick, 3 Bed, 2 Bath
Located on a Beautiful Landscaped Yard. A Must See!!
Granite, Cultured Marble, Neutral Colors. Looks and
Shows Like New. 1,851 Sq. Ft. $189,000.
Grand Oaks, Niceville Large rectangular lot to build
your home with a 25' waterfront lot with dock for your sail-
boat or boat. Deep water. This community consists
of 27 home sites and this lot is the largest one
left for sale. $235,000.
Waterview Cove-All Brick, 4 Bedroom, 2 Bath, Ceramic
Tile Floors, Wood Foyer and Carpet. 3 years old.
SHORT SALE $215,000
King's Lake Waterfront with Dock, Mobile Home, 3/2,
Owner Financing, $130,000.
Professional Office Space for lease Courtyard Plaza
located in BWB next to CVS has Office space available.
1,500 Square feet, 2,300 Square feet, 1,875 Square
Feet or 6,000 Square feet. $13.00 per square plus
Cam & Sales Tax.

NEED SOMEONE TO WORK THROUGH YOUR
SHORT SALES WITH YOU? CALL JANE
RENTALS AVAILABLE FROM AS LOW
$430-$3,500 VV -Niceville, Valparaiso, Crestview, Ft.


Walton & Destin.

CALL
Jane Rainwat
(850) 897-1101
1-888-390-445
Choose Baywalk,
YOU DESERVE THE BES1
4566 Hwy 20E, Ste. 104 *Niceville


Beo DECLASSIFIED


NEWSPAPER
CARRIER
Independent
Contractor, Eglin AFB
Earn extra cash of $40
to $90 or more each
week in your spare
time. The Eglin Flyer
seeks a reliable inde-
pendent contractor to
insert and deliver news-
papers every Thursday
night to various build-
ings on Eglin Air Force
Base. Earnings vary
according to route and
work load. Required
are a reliable vehicle,
good driving record,
driver's license, and
proof of current liability
insurance. Current
base access preferred.

3 BR, 2 BA house. 250'
from beach. Pool/ hot
tub. $2100/wkor$1900/
mo w/ yr lease. gnew-
man5@charter.net


NEWSPAPER
DELIVERY
Earn extra cash of $45
to $140 or more each
week in your spare
time! The Bay Beacon
seeks a reliable
independent contractor
to insert, bag, and
deliver newspapers
Tuesday night. You
must be over 21 and
have a reliable vehicle,
a good driving record, a
Florida driver's license,
and proof of current
liability insurance. No
collecting duties.
Earnings vary
according to route and
work load. Stop by the
Bay Beacon for an
information sheet and
to fill out an application.
The Beacon 1181 E.
John Sims Parkway,
Niceville 678-1080
(Parkway East
Shopping Center
across from PoFolks)


REPORTER
PART TIME
The Eglin Flyer and the
Hurlburt Patriot base
newspapers seek a free-
lance reporter to write
human interest features
and cover events on and
off base. You must be
available most days. We
pay $25 a story and $5 a
photo, when published.
Writing experience is
essential, as is access to
a home computer and a
digital camera. Base
access essential. Some
reporting and photo
experience is helpful, but
not required. Call Ken
Books, 678-1080.

E-Z-Go Golf Cart for
Sale New Batteries
$1750 Call 897-4416.

LR Sofa and Chairs,
TVs, Double Bed,
Desk, etc. 585-5578


Please write ad on form. Include phone number as part of
CONVENIENT WAYS TO PLACE ad. Minimum charge per paper is $11.00* for up to 10
words. Each additional word 200. Attach more paper if
YOUR BEACON CLASSIFIED AD! needed.
MAIL ....... Beacon Newspapers, 1181 E. John Sims Pwky.,r
Niceville, FL 32578. Please enclose check.
DROP IN .... The Bay Beacon, 1181 E. John Sims Pkwy., Parkway -
East Shopping Center.
Office hours: 8 a.m.- 5 p.m. M-F. After hours, use mail
slot in our door.
E-MAIL ..... classified@baybeacon.com Type "Classified" in subject
field. (Do not include credit card information. We will call
you for credit card info. $5 processing fee.) $11.00 $11.20 $11.40
*Base price includes $5 weekly discount for walk-in or mail-in prepaid
ads. Please make checks payable to the Beacon Newspapers. -
$11.60 $11.80 $12.00

Name Phone $12.20 $12.40 $12.60

Address
$12.80 $13.00 $13.20

50% discount for additional weeks or papers. ----- --- ----
Check publications to publish ad: Ads are non-refundable. $13.40 $13.60 $13.80
SBay Beacon (No. of weeks) P__rice of First Run ......................$
I O Eglin Flyer (No. of weeks) __ + Price of subsequent runs ..........$ __ -- --
I $14.00 $14.20 $14.40
I E Hurlburt Patriot (No. of weeks) __= Total Price ..................................$ $1400 $1420 $1440
(oI o _________ *Base price includes $5 weekly discount for walk-in or mail-in prepaid ads.
L--------------------------------------------------J


You saw

it in the

Beacon!


I Homes for


I Homes for


I Homes for


I Homes for


I Homes for


I Homes for


I Homes for


I Homes for


I Homes for


I Rental


I Rental


I RentalB


rl


I Homes for


I Homes for


I Homes for


I Homes for


I Homes for


I For 8 .year the vice[ ]o"f Nicevi~l[lll[, luewterBa an Vlparaiso IIPl[


er


0 I






1015 E. John Sims Parkway
Niceville, Florida 32578
Prices Effective: Wed., June 30 Tues., July 6, 2010
EVERYDAY LOW PRICES
Plus 10% added at the Register


f*$ $678
Angus Beef T-Bone Steaks

$21
Angus Beef Boneless
Chuck Roast

Lean & Meaty Baby Back Pork Ribs..$3b8
Tyson Cornish Hens ............................$5 98
2 Pack d m2


Oscar Mayer Meat
16 oz pkg
.


w-.
K-O-W V-c


Bologna................. I
$198
SFresh Ground Beef
Family Pack


98


Coca-Cola
12 pks

$340
Dasani Water
24 pk


1 $455
Heinz Ketchup ....................................
40 oz btl
Kool-Aid Drink Mix............................... 100
2 qt pkg
Sweet Baby Ray's Barbecue Sauce ...9 5 1
18 oz btl33
Nabisco Snack Crackers/Ritz/Graham Crackers..$23
5.5-16 oz


(i


$644
Kingsford
Charcoal Briquets
15.7-16.6 Ib bag


158
lb


Vac-Pack Spare Ribs

98
Jumbo Split
Chicken Breast
Oscar Mayer Meat Hot Dogs...............17
16 oz pkg $158
Country Style Pork Ribs......................
Family Pack t^98
Johnsonville Bratwurst & Italian Sausage..$ 98
19.76 oz
A^ '1 $148
V *> or- 11b


Boston Butt
Pork Roast
Bone in


$268

Kraft Mayonnaise
32 oz jar


e i. aw -. --- $2 058
ol~ General Mills Cereal
Cinnamon Toast Crunch-17 oz, Golden
i Grahams-16 oz Cheerios-18 oz, or
Multi-Grain Cheerios-16.2 oz

Jell-O Gelatin Mix ................................ 5 9
.3-3 oz
Van Camps Pork and Beans............... 5 5
15 oz can
Flavorite Fruit or Pineapple................8 8
15-20 oz can


1 $ 98
Chinet Plates, Platters or Bowls........
12-36 ct


881
Kraft Barbecue
Sauce
Select var, 16.25-18 oz btl


Ripe Watermelon


28ea
Sweet White
& Yellow Corn
C u $148
Cantaloupes.........................................
Fresh Express Cole Slaw ..............$1 16
16 oz pkg
Sweet Eastern Peaches ...................... 82b


S$29
Tomatoes
4 pack

$S95


Charmin
Bath Tissue
12 big roll


Bounty
Paper
Towels
8 roll


951
Flavorite
Olives or Relish
5.75-6 oz can or 16 oz jar


Kraft Salad Dressing........................... 1 85
14-16 oz btl 47
Bush's Best Baked or Grillin' Beans.... 4-
21-28 oz can 89
Planters Flavor Grove or Peanuts........ 89
5.75-16 oz $225
Super Chill Soda...........................
12 pks 6

& Tide 2x Liquid Laundry Detergent
24-32 loads
4W I Tide Powder Detergent
67-71 oz box


w


Kraft Cheese
Singles, Chunks, or
Shreds, 8 oz-12 oz slices
- Z=a-
'11- ^~ ^ ,,,.


Philadelphia Cream Cheese


$267
Tropicana
Orange Juice
59-64 oz


$4..... 105


8 oz pkg $135
Daisy Sour Cream...................................................................
16 oz ctn $199
Flavorite Cottage Cheese...............,........................
24 oz ctn EVERYDAY $ 15
Deans Dip ................................ ... LO n PR
12-16 oz ctn, Sei: Vriri,, LOW ........L
plus 10 obadded ,
Yo Crunch Yogurt.................... register ..............
6 oz ctn $2 15
Dole Fruit Juices........................................................
64 oz ctn, Select Varieties


$298
Blue Bell
Ice Cream
1/2 gal


$178
Hot, Lean or
Croissant
Pockets/Subs
6.5-9 oz pkg


Blue Bunny Ice


$.........188


Cool Whip Topping ....................................... EVERYDAY ....8 9
5.5-8 oz bowl LOW PRICE $ A88
Edward's Gourmet Pies ............................. plus added ...
25.5-36 oz at register $176
Cole's Garlic Bread, Toast or Breadsticks...... .......
10.5-17.5 $ 48
Flavorite Variety Fries .....................................................
16-32 oz bag $ 35
Green Giant Corn-on-the-Cob ................................. ............
6 ct pkg


$468

Extra Large
Shrimp
26-30 ct


94...................
Basa Fillet ......................................... $ 2 b


VEYILV
I* irEl `j 0Ir*?


$677
Confetti Cake
8" double layer
Golden Donut Glazed Donuts..........125
6 ct pkg 35
Hill & Valley Sugar Free Angel Food Cake.$3
9 oz pkg


$ 1313

Bud Light
18 pk cans/bottles


lr ,--- $884
M iller Light ......... ..............................
12 pk cans/bottles $ 60
Vendange ........................... ..........
1.5 Itr, All varieties


EVERYDAY
LOW PRICE
pins 100badded ta"O
at register


E


[0


- r


$175




University of Florida Home Page
© 2004 - 2010 University of Florida George A. Smathers Libraries.
All rights reserved.

Acceptable Use, Copyright, and Disclaimer Statement
Last updated October 10, 2010 - - mvs