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Hurricane Ivan was certainly full of unwanted surprises for many Gulf Breeze residents, butone Santa Rosa Shores residenthas dealt with his white ele-phant, or white boat in this case,longer than most. The 50-foot "Young Lady," owned by Relief Inc. of Atlanta Ga., had been lodged in StevenMoncreiff's yard sinceHurricane Ivan struck in 2004and was finally removed duringthe week of July 9. The four-day process had left a gaping hole in Moncreiff's sea wall as of press time, but youwon't hear the property ownercomplain any time soon. SeaTow representative John wardsaid his company would rebuildthe damaged portion of the seaExactly what do you get the pope for his birthday? That's the question Gulf Breeze resident Patrick Welchhad to answer before traveling toVatican City to participate inPope Benedict XVI's birthdaymass on April 15. Welch, 58, said he was invited to the religious leader's 80thbirthday celebration by a nun hemet in a Vatican coffee shop.Welch took part in the offertoryalong with eight others in St.Peter's Square during the mass.Welch said the eight people eachrepresented different countriesand he was the only American.The event was broadcast live allover the world. Along with coming face to face with one of the most power-ful men in the world before acrowd of thousands, Welch saidhe was given private tours ofVatican City and areas not norA W ARD W I NN I N G P AGE1B FRIDAY 7/20 high 91 O low 76 O W W E E E E K K E E N N D D Weather Scat. T-Storms GULF BREEZE NEWS (850) 932-8986 www.gulfbreezenews.com SUNDAY 7/22 high 89 O low 75 O Iso. T-Storms SATURDAY 7/21 Scat.T-Storms high 90 O low 75 O Classifieds3DCommunity3-5ACrossword3BEditorial6AFaith 8AFun & Games3BHealth4B, Island News1BMovie Review2BSchools8CSeniors1, 2 & 4DSports1-7CTalk of the Town5ATV Listings2B“Mailing Statement is on Editorial Page” FOURSECTIONSVOL. 6, NO. 29 JULY19, 2007 More ways to have fun thissummer Islander of the Week Bubba’s Beach INSIDE Enjoy your community paper mailed directly to your home! Call 932-8986 today 50¢YOURCOMMUNITYNEWSPAPERJuly 19,2007 THURSDAY 7/19 Scat.T-Storms high 91 O low 76 O 1B 1B details page County considersATV banDepending on what a public hearing shows, All TerrainVehicles (ATV) may soon getthe thumbs down for use anywhere in Santa Rosa County. Last week County Commission Chairman TomStewart asked that the ATVissue be placed on the Board'sagenda for review and publichearing. "About a year ago thestate passed a law allowingATV's to be used in the stateon any unpaved roads. I askedfor this issue to be placed onthe agenda, because I do notsee this as a safe situation forour county. The law also saysa county can opt out of the lawallowing ATVuse, but theremust be a public hearing first.In my opinion right now,unless the public hearingshows something different, I Gulf Breeze nailsalon ownerTanh Van"Victor" Ho,arrested oncharges ofsexual bat-tery inNovember of2006, will stand trial Aug. 6. Ho is accused of forcing himself on female patrons ofNail Spa Company, located at3088 Gulf Breeze Parkway. At least three female victims came forward as a resultof the media coverage stem-ming from the first incident.One female victim stated thatshe came to Ho's salon for amanicure and a pedicure. Horecommended that the victimalso have her eyebrowswaxed. He then took the vic-tim to a back room and hadher lie on a table. Once thealleged assault began, the vic-tim found the door had beenlocked.Blues are back! Catch the air showFriday and Saturday!•See ATV ,Page 2A •SeePOPE,Page 2A Debris finally gone •See BOAT,Page 2A 4B 4B page Picture courtesy of Glen Ward/Sea Tow The 50 foot “Young Lady”(above left) was removed from Steve Moncreiff’s Santa Rosa Shores home during the week of July9.The boat sat in Moncreiff’s back yard for nearly three years after Hurricane washed it ashore in September of 2004. Ivan remnant removed from local home GB man meets Pope Benedict XVI Picture courtesy of Patrick Welch Gulf Breeze resident Patrick Welch, left, kneels before Pope Benedict XVI in St.Peter’sSquare in April.Welch was invited to participate in the Pope’s 80th birthday celebration andmass in Vatican City, Italy.The mass was attended by thousands and broadcast worldwide.Minimize yourmosquito risk this summer!Midway calculates budget trouble Midway Fire District has a balanced budget -all the waythrough September 2008. Butafter that, if all things stay thesame as they are today, the dis-trict will start going further andfurther into the red and will notbe able to pay all the commit-ments already on the books. "If we don't make some changes in the next year, thedecisions we have to makewon't be ones anyone wants,"Midway Fire District TreasurerClyde Broome told his boardlast week. Options outlined to commissioners included cutting fire-fighters in 2008, or even a gen-eral across the board 5 percentdecrease in salaries, with no'built-in' raises on top of that. Aspecial public meeting has been called for Tuesday, July24, to discuss options of differ-ent funding possibilities, evengoing to a flat tax instead ofdepending on property valueincreases each year. The problem has developed because of two main factors --the decrease in construction inthe area leading to decreasedimpact fees, and the drastic sud-den decrease in property valueappraisals by the county proper-ty appraiser's office. Broome showed commissioners the run-down for the last 12 years ofproperty appraisals for theMidway district. The averagefor the past 12 years of propertyvalue increase has been a 9.3percent increase per year -withyears like 1994 and 1998 regis-tering a 10.9 percent increase, aswell as 2004 showing an 11per-cent property value increase. But this year, July 1, the •See MIDWAY,Page 2A BYFRANKLINHAYES Gulf Breeze Newsfranklin@gulfbreezenews.com BYFRANKLINHAYES Gulf Breeze Newsfranklin@gulfbreezenews.com BYPAMBRANNON Gulf Breeze Newsnews@gulfbreezenews.com BYPAMBRANNON Gulf Breeze Newsnews@gulfbreezenews.com City OKs $11.5 million bond issue In a move designed to consolidate debt, float improve-ments and repairs and provide budget stability for the comingyear, the Gulf Breeze CityCouncil approved an $11.5 mil-lion bond issuance. "In light of tax reform looming large, we are being able tograb a hold of this very goodrate. This will accommodate smoothing out cash flow andoffer financial security duringthese rather uncertain times,"explained Mayor LaneGilchrist. "Included in the $11.5 million is the half million fire truckto replace the old pumper," said Mayor Lane Gilchrist. "but thistime we will sell the old one.Customers will repay many ofthe items funded, like theSSRUS Fire Hydrant replace-ment project, over time. FEMAstill owes around one million •See BOND,Page 2A Young hippodies at ZooNiles, a young hippo born on Christmas Day 2005, wasfound dead in his pen at TheZoo of Northwest FloridaJuly 7. Afull medical report and lab results were completedJuly 11. The animal suffereda fatal injury zoo officialsdescribed as “a massive andsevere puncture wound whichcrushed a rib and penetrated alung.” Officials believe thewound was inflicted by theanimal’s father, a large adulthippo named Kiboko. Zoostaff said the animals seemedto get along previously. “All of us in the Northwest Florida community that fol-low our ZOO know there aremoments of great joy as wellas moments of great sadnessin the day-to-day operationsof a zoological park,” saidNatalie Akin with The Zoo. Spa rape suspect getscourt date Ho BYVICIPAPAJOHN Gulf Breeze Newsvici@gulfbreezenews.com BYFRANKLINHAYESGulf Breeze Newsfranklin@gulfbreezenews.com

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mally accessible to the generalpublic. "The whole thing has been kind of surreal," Welch said,describing the day and the cupof coffee that changed his life. Welch said he was visiting Rome and struck up a conver-sation with a nun inside aVatican café. Welch said heexchanged phone numbers andemail addresses with thewoman he called "Sister Janet." Welch said that by the time he returned to his home in GulfBreeze from his vacation hehad an email from Sister Janetthat included a picture of her-self with the pope. Welch, whois not catholic, said he spokewith the nun on the phoneeveryday for two monthsbefore returning to the inde-pendent Roman Catholic statein April. Welch added that he was cordially asked to bring a giftfor the pope that representedwhere he was from. "[Meeting the pope] would be the equivalent to meetingthe president," Hunt said. "Iwould see it as a huge honor.So many people would like tospend time with him or have anopportunity to say hello." Welch said his gift for Pope Benedict XVI was a framedcopy of the sand dollar legend,which makes symbolic connections between the marine ani-mal and Christianity, and awhole sand dollar skeleton. In addition to his photo album that includes pictures ofvarious ornate private chapels,religious artifacts and papalmeditation gardens, Welchpossesses a set of rosary beadsthat he said was given to himand blessed by the pope. "That's usually what the pope gives as a gift," Hunt saidafter viewing Welch's rosary. appraiser sent final figures forthe fiscal year of only a 2.9 per-cent increase. Since most of the funding for the Midway Fire District isbased on ad valorem taxes, thedecrease in property values isdrastically and unexpectedlycausing some quick regrouping. "We had based our budget and took on certain responsibil-ities years ago because of whatthe consistent growth hadbeen," Broome explained. "We did not want to take on morethan was realistic for futureboards to have to face. We weretrying to be very responsible.Now all of a sudden some unex-pected changes are hitting us, sowe have to make some deci-sions now, before September2008." “Also this year the property appraiser is charging theMidway Fire District just over$58,000 for services. That issomething brand new and notbudgeted.” "The only agency that will not be billed that I know of is Holley-Navarre Fire, since theydo not get their funding basedon property values, but chargeby the square footage -so theydon't use the property apprais-er's office," Broome said. If everything stays the same as it is now, in October 2008 theboard will be $40,000 short ofpaying their bills at the end ofthe month. The way the fundingis set up for the district, no rev-enue is collected in Octobereach year. That can be 'bor-rowed' from November's rev-enues, but then each month thedistrict would be going deeper and deeper in the red, asBroome's long term projections. Demeter said they do not want to cut salaries. At the fire commission meeting Treasurer Broome told theboard the options to capture themoney needed in 2008 if allthings stay the same wouldinclude termination of two fire-fighters, not giving the built-in 5percent raises to employees theyreceive each year, and and thencut an additional 5 percent offall salaries across the boardbeginning 2008-2009 fiscalyear. have the inclination to opt outof the law to allow them in thecounty. But we can see what thepublic says." Commissioner John Broxson of Gulf Breeze asked that evenif the county decides after thepublic hearing to allow use ofATV's in some parts of thecounty that his area of the Southend be allowed to ban them."We are built on sand downthere. Our roads and especiallyoff road areas do not lend themselves to that kind of enjoy-ment, and it only causes prob-lems when ATV's are allowed totry to be used on our sand any-place. So even if the majority ofcommissioners decide to allowATV's someplace in the county,I would request that the Southend would opt out of the lawand not allow use." Commissioner Don Salter said his county committee isalready working on trying to getmoney from the state for anATVand 4-wheel drive park."ATV's and even some 4-wheel drive vehicles have been caus-ing some problems on our redclay roads here in the North endof the county. Especially whenit rains, they go out and make amud bog out of the roads, andare tearing up some roads, caus-ing us other problems andexpense. So we did start inves-tigating the possibility of secur-ing state funds some monthsago to build an ATVpark onstate property just north ofWhiting Field." Salter said there are only three or four such ATVparks in the state. "The reason is when acounty builds an ATVparkthere are liability problems aswell as other complications.But if we can get a park built onstate land with some statefunds, then the state would beresponsible for any liabilities.So we are working on that as apossibility, but not as fast asATVowners and riders wouldlike, I am sure." Chairman Stewart requested the county staff and board tolook for a date soon for a publichearing on the issue. wall and fill the void left by theboat. Ward also said the boatwas taken to Brown Marine inPensacola. "It should have been removed two and a half yearsago… Sea Tow did it the way itwas supposed to have beendone," Moncreiff said of themaritime assistance serviceprovider. Santa Rosa County paid Sea Tow $18,400 to remove thederelict vessel. The boat's legalowner, Relief, Inc, reimbursed the county government for itsexpenditure. "The boat was not insured at the time of the storm becausethe engines were removed forrepairs," said Necie ElizabethYoung, president of Relief Inc."As such, while the companyattempted to insure the boat, wewere told that the boat was un-insurable since it was not underpower… Due to [Relief, Inc.]'sinability to obtain consent fromthe homeowner, the companybegan working with Santa RosaCounty for its removal." Moncreiff said he refused to approve a contract with anothermarine towing companybecause they couldn't provideadequate insurance for his prop-erty. The homeowner said theoriginal company couldn't pro-vide an insurance binder nam-ing his property as additionallyinsured, which Sea Tow wasable to do. To complicate matters, the canals behind Moncreiff's prop-erty were too shallow to allow abarge and crane close enough tothe boat to remove it. "I knew the owner and I had even fished off the boat before," Moncreiff said of the vessel,which had been moored near hishome on Sunset Lane. "I neededto rebuild my house so the boatwas not a big concern [at thetime]." Ward said his company had seen its share of large boatremovals in the aftermath ofhurricanes in 2004 and 2005,but the Young Lady was certain-ly the most recent hurricane-related derelict vessel he's hadto remove. "If they'd have called me three years ago I could havedone it then," Ward said. dollars, storm water another mil-lion and funds are due from thecommunity development blockgrant for the $300,000 sewer pro-ject." "This bond issuance refinances three loans, a 1998 loan of lessthan $2 million, the $3 millionloan from 2003 and a $5 millionSun Trust loan from 2004,"explained Pat Lott, bond counsel,Miller, Canfield, Paddock andStone. Eddy explained that thelatter mostly covered mainte-nance and repair expenses afterHurricane Ivan, and were variablerate loans. "Considering the increase in variable rate loans and given theuncertainty of the market inFlorida, it is a good time to getthis fixed rate," Lott assured. Responding to City Councilman J.B. Schluter'sinquiry about fees, Lott estimated costs at "about $83,000," andbond insurance at another$144,613. "The legislature is really making it difficult with all this budgetuncertainty," Gilchrist lamented. Residents express concernfor 'student workers' Residents Bert and Dot Jordan appeared before City Council toexpress concern for numerous‘student workers co-habitating inunfurnished town homes on RussDr.” "They are supposedly student workers," Jordan said, "but thereare as many as 12 of them togeth-er of mixed sexes, with only airmattresses and no furniture. Thiscan’t be good for them or for theneighborhood." Council directed staff to investigate the issue and enforce anycodes being sidestepped. Council anticipates 2008 budget increases During budget meetings, staff recommended projected totalannual revenue for 2008 at $5.4million, as opposed to $4.8 in2007. Though projected expendi-tures for fiscal year 2008 are $5.1million, the budget is "theoretical-ly balanced" due to a line item fornearly $300,000 carrying forwardbond-related payments that willnot be due in 2008, but will beneeded for anticipated paymentsin 2009. "We are not going to ignore the fact that this increase will comeabout during the second year ofthis bond. We will have thatmoney set aside, so the moneywill be there," Eddy explained.The allocation for reserves is des-ignated for debt service. In thefirst year of the bond, only inter-est payments are made, but theprincipal payments begin in thesecond year. City Councilman Dick Fulford queried how successful theprocess had been for the policedepartment to come up with atleast 50 percent of their recentpay increase. "I have heard a fig-ure of $80,000 in increasedsalaries, and so I am looking forthe $40,000 savings or increase inrevenue." "I think the accident investigation fee will be the best optionthere," answered Eddy. "And wehave a list of 17 suggestions to gothrough. It is important to note itis a function of U.S. 98 that ourper capita budget is much greaterthan one would assume for ourpolice department. When a wreckoccurs, we get 98 cleared. The feewill help compensate us for themanpower and the time it takes." Council passed Ordinance 0807 Prohibiting Non-conforminguse of Reader board Signs, andOrdinance 09-07, SetbackRequirements for SwimmingPools in the TH and RC Zones. BOAT: $18,400 paid to county 2A July 12, 2007 GULF BREEZE NEWS GULF BREEZE NEWS (850) 932-8986 www.gulfbreezenews.com Thursday , July 19 School Board Budget Presentation, 10 a.m., School DistrictAdministrative Offices,5086 Canal Street, Milton Transit Feasibility Study Workshop, 10 a.m., Commissioner's BoardRoom, 6495 CarolineStreet, Milton Friday , July 20 Gallery Night, 5 p.m.to 9 p.m.Leave your car inthe Jefferson St.or BaylenSt.parking garages andstroll down the streets.Three air conditioned trol-leys will also be makingstops directly in front of orvery close to each partici-pant between 6pm and9pm.Visitwww.artsnwfl.org for moreinformation and a completelist of participants.Saturday , July 21 Blue Angels Air Show, 11 a.m., Pensacola Beach Northwest Florida Blood Center BloodMobile, 10 a.m.to 2 p.m., T-Mobile, 3070 Gulf BreezeParkway, Gulf Breeze Sunday , July 22 No Meetings Scheduled as of presstimeMonday , July 23 Santa Rosa County Commission CommitteeMeeting, 9 a.m., Commissioner's BoardRoom, 6495 Caroline Street, Milton T uesday , July 24 City of Gulf Breeze Board ofAdjustments, 6:30 p.m., Gulf BreezeCity Hall, 1070Shoreline Drive, GulfBreezeW ednesday , July 25 Santa Rosa Island AuthorityBoard Meeting, 5 p.m., SRIAAdministrativeOffice, 1 Via DeLuna, PensacolaBeachThursday , July 26 Santa Rosa County Commission RegularMeeting, 9 a.m., Commissioner's BoardRoom, 6495 CarolineStreet, Milton School Board Budget Public Hearing, 6:30 p.m., School DistrictAdministrative Offices,5086 Canal Street, Milton Sierra Club Northwest Florida Group meeting , 6:30 p.m., DowntownPensacola Library, 200 E.Gregory Street, Pensacola GULF BREEZE ELECTED OFFICIALS1070 Shoreline Dr., Gulf Breeze, FL32561;(850) 934-5100Mayor LANE GILCHRIST (850) 932-5565mayor@ci.gulf-breeze.fl.usBEVERL Y ZIMMERN (850) 932-4717bzimmern@ ci.gulf-breeze.fl.usCARL HOFFMAN (850) 932-4948choffman@ci.gulf-breeze.fl.usJ.B. SCHLUTER (850) 232-0939 jschluter@ci.gulf-breeze.fl.usRICHARD FULFORD (850) 932-5135rfulford@co.gulf-breeze.fl.usSANTA ROSA COUNTY COMMISSION6495 Caroline Street, Milton, FL32570;(850) 932-1340 or 983-1877JOHN BROXSON , Dist. 5 (850) 932-2617comm-broxson@co.santa-rosa.fl.usGORDON GOODIN , Dist. 4 (850) 939-1274comm-goodin@co.santa-rosa.fl.usDON SAL TER , Dist.3 (850)983-1877comm-Salter@co.santa-rosa.fl.usBOB COLE , Dist. 2 (850)983-1877comm-cole@co.santa-rosa.fl.usT OM STEW AR T , Dist. 1 (850)983-1877comm-stewart@co.santa-rosa.fl.usSANTA ROSA COUNTY SCHOOL DISTRICT 5086 Canal St., Milton, FL 32570;(850) 983-5000ED GRA Y III , Dist. 5 (850) 932-6287JOANN J. SIMPSON , Dist.4 (850) 994-5446DIANE COLEMAN , Dist. 3 (850) 939-5538HUGH WINKLES , Dist. 2 (850) 623-6299DIANE SCOTT , Dist. 1 (850) 623-0413FLORIDA STATE REPRESENTATIVESGREG EVERS (R) District Office:5424 Willing St.,Milton, FL 32570 (850) 983-5550greg.evers@myfloridahouse.govDA VE MURZIN (R) District Office:Suite 22B, 7100Plantation Rd., Ste.3, Pensacola,FL 32504 (850) 494-7330C.V . “CLA Y” FORD (R) District Office:1804 W.Garden St,Pensacola, FL 32501-4418 (850) 595-5550RA Y SANSOM (R) District Office:348 SW Miracle StripPkwy., Bldg.C, Ste.12, Fort WaltonBeach, FL 32548-5257 (850) 833-9328FLORIDA STATE SENATORDON GAETZ (R) District Office:217 Miracle StripPkwy., Fort Walton Beach, FL32548(850) 897-5747SunCom 277-5009don.gaetz.web@flsenate.govU.S. REPRESENTATIVEJEFF MILLER (R) Pensacola Office:4300 Bayou Blvd.Ste.17C, Pensacola, FL 32503(850) 479-1183Toll Free:(866) 367-1614U.S. SENATORSSenator MEL MAR TINEZ (R) 315 E.Robinson St., LandmarkCenter 1, Ste.475, Orlando, FL32801(407) 254-2573Senator NELSON, BILL (D) US Court House Annex, 111 N.Adams St., Tallahassee, FL 32301(850) 942-8415ElectedOfficials CONTACT To submit an event for publication in the calendar, email news@gulfbreezenews.com with the subject “Calendar.” Items must be received one week prior to publication date. F elonies 7/7/07 Mims, Sylvia Ann, 41, B/F, 3000 block of Green Briar Circle, GulfBreeze, fraud less than $20000 7/8/07 Williams, Christian Blake, 13, W/M, 3000 block of MaplewoodDrive, Gulf Breeze, battery, aggra-vated battery 7/8/07 White, Michael Anthony, 49, W/M, 3000 block of Gulf Breeze Parkway,Gulf Breeze, failure to appear forfelony offense 7/9/07 Dibble, Shannon Michelle, 34, W/F, 5000 block of Capitol Drive,Gulf Breeze, out of state fugitive 7/10/07 Simmons, Ashley Lynn, 21, B/F, 3000 block of Bob Tolbert Road,Navarre, violation of probation 7/12/07 Hipsh, Catherine Louise, 20, W/F, 200 block of Firethorn Road, GulfBreeze, fraud, illegal use of creditcards 7/14/07 Hawkins III, Percy Lee, 15, W/M, 9000 block of East River Drive,Navarre, possession of cocaine,possession of marijuana, resist offi-cer 7/15/07 Bathke, Brandon Darren, 20, W/M, 1000 block of Reserve Boulevard, Gulf Breeze, battery,obstruction of justice DUI 7/7/07 Eaton JR, John Hart, 52, W/M, 6000 block of Tidewater Drive,Navarre, DUI Rousse, Christine Marie, 53, W/F, 1000 block of Reserve Boulevard,Gulf Breeze, DUI 7/8/07 Powell, Martha Claudine, 52, W/F, 2000 block of Ferris Drive,Navarre, DUI Santa Rosa County Sheriff’s Office Report Information provided by the Santa Rosa County Sheriff’s Office. ATV : County to schedule hearing Continued from page 1 A Continued from page 1 A B OND :New funds could stabilize city coffers County holds hearingfor land use M IDWAY : Unexpected changes rock budget Continued from page 1 A Continued from page 1 A P OPE : GB man given VIPtreatment at Vatican Once every seven years Florida counties are required bystate law to hold a public hear-ing on their ComprehensivePlan and land use, which willinclude plans for future landuse. That hearing for SantaRosa County will be this month,on Thursday, July 26 at 9:30a.m. All public hearings are heldin the Commissioners’Board Room, located at 6495 CarolineStreet, Milton. "This is a real good overview of everything the county is try-ing to do," Commission ChairTom Stewart said. "I wouldreally encourage anyone inter-ested in the future of the countyto come out to this hearing." It will be held in Milton, at the County CommissionChamber where regular meet-ings are held. For more information visit www.co.santa-rosa.fl.us. BYPAMBRANNON Gulf Breeze Newsnews@gulfbreezenews.com Continued from page 1 A

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The wheels are rolling for the Santa Rosa County transitfeasibility study. The study,funded by the Florida-AlabamaTransportation PlanningOrganization (TPO) andapproved by the local board ofcounty commissioners, willultimately guide the future ofpublic transportation in SantaRosa County. It will revealwhether there is a need for pub-lic transportation in the areaand if so, what type of trans-portation service is best able tomeet the demands of the community. Currently, Santa Rosa County has limited public tran-sit services. As the populationcontinues to grow, it is neces-sary for residents to addressexpanded mobility optionswithin the community.Throughout the course of thisstudy, local feedback will becarefully and thoughtfully con-sidered. “Alarge portion of this study is dedicated to public involve-ment,” said, Mary Robinson,Senior Transportation Plannerfor the TPO. “As such, we arestrongly encouraging all resi-dents to voice their opinionsregarding the future of public transportation in Santa RosaCounty.” To effectively communicate updates and provide a platformfor residents to express them-selves, the Web sitewww.SRCTransit.com has beenlaunched. This site, which hostsa community-wide transporta-tion survey, is part of a compre-hensive campaign created byKidd Group Communicationsentitled “What Moves You?Express Yourself.” Residents interested in getting involved will have theopportunity to fully expresstheir needs, concerns andthoughts surrounding publictransportation in Santa Rosa County via public meetings andthrough this Web site survey.The feasibility study will beginwith a kick-off meetingThursday, July 19, 2007 at 10a.m. in the Santa Rosa CountyAdministrative Center, 6495Caroline Street (U.S. Hwy. 90),Milton, Fla. Conducted by the Center for Urban Transportation Research,the study will progress throughthe remainder of this year. FinalSanta Rosa County transit rec-ommendations are anticipatedfor release in early 2008. For more information or to sign-up and receive feasibilitystudy updates, please visitSRCTransit.com. GULF BREEZE NEWS July 19, 2007 3A GULF BREEZE NEWS (850) 932-8986 www.gulfbreezenews.com Community Gulf Breeze NEWS C OMMUNITY B RIEFS CommissionerBroxson to hostfamily reunionCommissioner John Broxson and other Broxson family mem-bers are seeking descendants oflocal pioneering families toattend a family reunion sched-uled for Saturday, July 28, from10 a.m. until 5 p.m., at the EastMilton Recreational Facility,located at 8604 Bobby BrownRoad, near the intersection ofHwy. 90 and Hwy. 87 S in EastMilton. Live entertainment and funfilled family activities such assoftball games are planned.Those who attend are asked tobring lawn chairs, beverages,and a pot-luck dish. Familiesare also encouraged to bring oldfamily photos and mementos todisplay. Some families for which attendees are sought include butare not limited to: Jernigan,Wells, Tolbert, Berrian, Lowery,Harvell, Golden, Grimes,Anderson, Nelson, andWilliams. According to Broxson, "A famous poet once said "Homeis a place where when you gothere they have to take you in".The Broxson and ExtendedFamilies Reunion is our place to come home and greet oldacquaintances and get to knowthe new ones. I look forward toseeing you there July 28 thisyear." For more information or to sign up to attend, contactConnie Clark, Chairperson at850-623-0302 or misst-thumb@aol.com or PatsyNorwood, Coordinator at 850-626-0448 ornorwood@mchsi.com or JohnBroxson at 850-932-2617 orjcbroxson@bellsouth.net.County plans terrorism drillSanta Rosa County Emergency ManagementDivision, along with severallocal agencies, is participatingin a terrorism scenario at 8 a.m.on July 27 at Taminco, Inc. Theexercise is part of the ongoingeffort to involve local responseagencies in regular exercisesthroughout the year to increasethe overall capability to respondto different types of disasters inSanta Rosa County. The drill at Taminco, Inc. located at 4575 Highway 90 inPace, will simulate a terrorismattack. The Santa Rosa CountySheriffs Office, Taminco, Inc.,Air Products, Santa Rosa County EmergencyManagement, local fire depart-ments, and Rural Metro willparticipate. Citizens who reside or work near Taminco, Inc. should notbe alarmed by the presence ofemergency personnel participat-ing in the event. AJointInformation Center for themedia will be set up on site,near the front gate. The bestphoto opportunities will occurafter 9 a.m. For more informa-tion contact: Scott Haines, SantaRosa Sheriff’s Office at 850-981-2136; Dwane Brumsfield,with Taminco at 850-995-5370or Daniel Hahn, Santa RosaCounty Plans Chief at 850-983-4606.EHS class of 1968plans 40th reunion Escambia High School Class of '68 is planning its 40threunion and is seeking class-mates. If you would like toattend or help with the reunion,please email jcspurny@hot-mail.com.Learn to readLearn to Read of Northwest Florida is holding a two-daytutoring workshop on July 21and 28 from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. at the Town and Country PlazaBuilding to train volunteers tohelp other adults learn to readand write. Please call 850-432-4347 for registration informa-tion. Space is limited. ForAConvenient,InformativeConsultation oraFREECopyOf Dr.McCollough'sNewBook THEIMAGEINTHEMIRROR Call1-877-TUCKUPSorvisit www.mccolloughplasticsurgeryinfo.com BeforeAfter McColloughPlasticSurgeryConsumerInformationCenters ADivisionofE.GaylonMcCollough,MD,LLC IfYouAreConsideringEitherSurgicalorNon-Surgical CosmeticProcedures...ItPaysToDoTheResearchFirst.* * BOTOX,RESTALYNEANDHYLAFORM Treatments AtOurGulfBreezeLocation OfficesOpenIn Alabama,MississippiAndFlorida.CALLUSTODAYFORANAPPOINTMENT ATOURGULFBREEZEOFFICE! NOWOFFERING R R R ObagiSkinCareProductsAlsoAvailableR Individuals Families Self-EmployedAlso: * Dental * Vision * Life 850.266.4005 Rick James(Licensed Insurance Agent) Virtual museum tour @ your library As part of the “You Never Know @ Your Library”Program, middle and highschool students are encouragedto participate in an upcomingVirtual Museum Tour ofForensic Science taking placeat Milton and Navarre Librarieson Tuesday, July 24 at 6:30p.m. and at Gulf Breeze andJay libraries on Thursday, July26 at 6:30 p.m. Who is the murderer? Find out as you explore the complexworld of forensic sciencethrough an online InteractiveInvestigator. You will be intro-duced to the major disciplinesof crime investigation including examining the crime scene,collecting evidence, wound andblood analysis, documentanalysis, toxicology and muchmore. With the help of yournew found understanding offorensic science you will try tosolve a gruesome murderthrough the eyes of detectivesand ultimately gain animmense respect for the realworld of forensic investigation.You can also explore key datesin the development of forensicscience containing links toactual evidence gathered fromcrime scenes throughout thiscentury. Bring your reading record for a chance to win a ticket toTiki Island Golf and Games. Toparticipate in YNK @ YourLibrary, register at www.san-tarosa.fl.gov/libraries. Thismonth-long program takingplace from July 16 to August10 includes special events,prizes for reading, and show-cases over 200 brand new mys-tery titles. Participants areencouraged to read for 30 min-utes a day between July 9 andAugust 10 and turn in a “read-ing record” at the end of theprogram to receive a paperbackbook and coupons to localrestaurants. Illustration by Franklin Hayes/Gulf Breeze News Santa Rosa County residents are encouraged to participatein a public transportation study. Study to guide future of public transport Santa Rosa County Commissioners approved thepurchase of more expensive airconditioners than originallyordered for the Navarre TouristCenter being built in NavarrePark. But by spending an addi-tional $2,967 the county willactually earn a profit of $3,832--thanks to Gulf Power rebates. Commissioners were shown that Gulf Power gives rebatesto anyone purchasing the moreenergy efficient geo thermo airconditioners, and the rebatesare $400 a ton. The county ispurchasing about 17 tons of sirconditioning equipment for theTourist Center now under con-struction. The rebates will add up to $6,800-plus. There willbe the additional $2,967 in costfor the purchase of the upgrad-ed equipment, but that willleave a rebate profit to thecounty of $3,800-plus. Even if you can't throw a strike, you'll be helping togrant a sick child's wish bybowling in the 2007 "Lanes ofDreams" Bowling Event whichwill benefit The Make-A-WishFoundation of Central andNorthern Florida. Sponsoredby the Plant Crist chapter ofthe Gulf Power Transformers,a tax-exempt charitable organi-zation run & managed byemployee volunteers, thefundraiser is now in its 3rd year! This event will beSaturday, July 21st at the OopsAlley Family EntertainmentCenter in Pace. Registration is$30 per person and includesthree games, shoe rental, abountiful lunch buffet andprizes. For more information,contact Tanya Lockett at 850-429-2294. Gulf Power Company is gearing up for the 2007 hurri-cane season, with lessonslearned two years ago fromHurricane Katrina still fresh inthe minds of employees whohelped in the aftermath. The electric utility has a comprehensive plan for anylevel of hurricane, and its line crews – among the most expe-rienced and storm tested in thenation – have set records forrestoring power followingstorms that have made landfallall over the Southeast. The company follows a detailed plan to rebuild theelectrical system following ahurricane's landfall, and worksclosely with the countyEmergency Management per-sonnel. Every Gulf Poweremployee has a storm assign-ment and the company bringsin thousands of outside utilityworkers to help. Writer Pam Brannon contributed to this report. County to earn Gulf Power rebates from AC units Ready for a swim? Pam Brannon/Gulf Breeze News Dedication ceremonies forthe new YMCA in Navarrewere held July 7, showing offthe newly opened pool (left).The Navarre YMCA hasbeen open to the public for afew months now, but thededication ceremoniesincluded a ribbon cutting bythe Navarre Beach AreaChamber ofCommerce(lower left). PO BOX 2083 PACE, FL 32571 NONEWTAXESHIGHERS IMPACTFEESMANAGEDGROWTHQUALIFIEDCANDIDATESFor meeting dates/times, bylaws, contact:http://ccbgsantarosa.org FROMSTAFFREPORTS Gulf Breeze Newsnews@gulfbreezenews.com

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Dagwood and Blondie Bumstead have come to townand are making their home inthe Tiger Point Shopping Centerin the form of Dagwood'sSandwich Shoppes. TheShoppe's grand opening date istoday and their normal businesshours are 10:30 am to 9 pmMonday through Sunday. Dagwood's Sandwich Shoppes, located at at 3715 GulfBreeze Parkway, is "sand-wiched" in between two otherrestaurants in the marketplace.The Gulf Breeze Shoppe will bethe fourth for Dagwood's rapid-ly growing chain, inspired bythe signature sandwich intro-duced 70 years ago by thebeloved comic strip character,Dagwood Bumstead. All of GulfBreeze residents will soon enjoyDagwood's sandwiches just ashe does in the comic strip.Dagwood's features more than30 sandwich menu items plussoups, salads, wraps anddesserts. Dagwood's SandwichShoppes offer the fun of feelingyou've walked into Dagwoodand Blondie's world. To help celebrate the opening of the area's first Dagwood's,the companies hosted a specialMedia/VIPreception on July 13and many of the company’sdignitaries were there to greetthe press. Dean Young, whoinherited the strip from hisfather Chic young in 1973, wasscheduled to make and appear-ance but was unable to attend. However, the event was still full of Dagwood VIP’s. To men-tion a few; Lamar Berry, camewith his wife, Ellen, LanceHarris and his wife Leetha,Geoffrey Rhode, Chef, DougDegler, Franchise BusinessConsultant, Cliff Cole, Directorof Operations for the LanceHarris Florida/AlabamaDivision, and of course, Blondieand Dagwood Bumstead. Dagwood's Sandwich Shoppes is a privately ownedrestaurant franchise companyheadquartered in Clearwater,Fla., and New Orleans. It wasdeveloped by the "Blondie"comic strip creator Dean Youngand restaurant franchise andmarketing executive LamarBerry. Chic Young, father of Dean Young and the original creatorof the "Blondie" comic strip,would have been proud of his son's accomplishments. Deanwrote that the continued popu-larity of Blondie is that the char-acters have not been allowed tobecome relics. He says, "I've worked hard to keep the strip contemporary;and when Blondie started herown catering business, it evencreated national media frenzy,culminating with PeterJennings' selection of Blondieand me as ABC's ‘Persons of theWeek!’” So now that Dagwood and Blondie have a new home inGulf Breeze. Residents willhave the opportunity to experi-ence the fun and universalappeal of the comic strip. TheDagwood Sandwich Shoppesoffer guests the opportunity tostep into a fun and hearty comicstrip world. Betty Archer Allen/Gulf Breeze News Sandwich servers at Dagwood’s Sandwich Shoppe in Gulf Breeze pose with Dagwood andBlondie. 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Pkwy.Gulf Breeze, FL(850) 934-0492It’s no secret!SHOPand SAVE 25%on Hot Junior Fashions! So much to chose from... Why Shop Anywhere Else? -plus-Jewelry Accessories Housewares Dagwood calls Gulf Breeze home BYBETTYARCHERALLEN Gulf Breeze Newsbetty@gulfbreezenews.com GB teennow home Amissing Gulf Breezeteen is nowsafe at home.Casey Platt,14, wentmissing fromher father'soffice atSacred HeartHospital on July 2. Her father,Dean Platt, said she turned uparound 6 p.m. at the NavarreDistrict 2 Santa Rosa Sheriff'sOffice the next day. Posters emblazoned with the words "Missing Child," Platt'spicture, and two phone numberswere seen in Gulf Breeze andNavarre. "We inundated Navarre with those posters," Dean Platt said."We were pretty certain she wasin Navarre." The Pensacola Police Department (PPD) is handlingan investigation and officialssaid no arrests had been madeas of July 12. "We are following up on where she was and if any adultshad any role in her status as arunaway," said PPD AssistantChief Chip Simmons. "If theywere assisting her there wouldbe charges involved." Platt said his daughter regularly stayed with him in hisoffice this summer. Uponreturning from a meeting Plattfound a note written by hisdaughter that said she wouldcontact her family sometimeafter the July 4 holiday. Plattsaid he thinks his daughter leftwith the mother of her friendwithout getting his permission. "We've known the mother for several years and we didn't trusther supervision," Platt said."We cut off relations betweenher daughter and our daughter." Platt said concerned friends and parents helped raise aware-ness about his daughter's disap-pearance. "I'd like to thank the awesome Gulf Breeze parents andteenage ladies that did every-thing they could to help us,"Platt said. "The communityreally came together to help." Platt

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Mary Ann SadlerMary Ann Sadler sold her ice cream truck and “Sadler’sSweet Treats” is saying farewellto the community. Though shehas given up being the “IceCream Lady” she continues herprimary career of performing,directing, and writing. Sadler iscurrently playing Queen Maudein the Princess and the Pea; aPensacola Little Theatre's AcornChildren'sTheatre pro-duction of theHansChristianAndersenclassic. Theplay openedJuly 6 in thePensacolaCultural Center's M.C.Blanchard Courtroom. Sadler has a B.A. in Communication Arts andTheatre and has been in numer-ous secular plays, but, herfavorites are plays with aChrist-like message. She hasworked in Radio and Televisionas an Operations Engineer,Production Assistant, and On-Air Host. She has acted in thefollowing plays: The BestChristmas Pageant Ever as Mrs.Armstrong; South Pacific asBloody Mary; Oliver as Mrs.Sowerberry; as Helen Potts;You Can’t Take It with You asRheba and more. She per-formed as Mary, Mother ofJesus in His WonderfulPresence...Then and Now... ByMary Ann Sadler; Nanny in TheCrook and The Nanny"; BeckaSue in Trial by Error by BetteDale Moore; Eleanor Richmondin Four Tickets to Christmas byDeborah Craig-Claar and MarkHayes; and has had variousroles in: Traveling Light byLawrence Enscoe; ARock and aHard Place by Lee EricShackleford and RobertMontgomery; and The SheepleIncidents by Gail Blanton. On Wednesday July 22, Sadler will direct her play HisWonderful Presence...Then andNow at the pm service at GulfBreeze First Baptist Church.She wrote this play aboutwomen in the New Testamentand how Jesus directly touchedtheir lives. The play has beenenacted in several localChurches and selected churchesin other states. Sadler is alsoconducting a Bible DramaCamp for Middle School stu-dents and will be teachingBiblical acting lessons for allages after school at the First Baptist Church beginningTuesday, August 28th. For moreinformation see her websitewww.maryannsadler.com. (850) 916-4859New summer artsClasses sponsored byGreater NavarreBeach Arts AssociationDue to requests at various art functions, GNBAAwill offertwo new classes, each beginningthe week of July 23rd, 2007.The first class“Improving YourDigital Photography”, taught bylocal photographer, MichaelLoftis will be four sessions,beginning on Wednesday, July25th. Michael can handle up toeight students who would like toimprove their digital photoskills with lessons on: exposurecontrol, light sources, composi-tion and subject matter, and infoon the photo industry. To enrollin this class, e-mail Michael at:info@gnbaa.org. The second class “Impressionist Painting inAcrylics”, taught by ConnieJones, will be four sessionsbeginning on Tuesday, July 24,2007. Using the palette colorsof the impressionists and study-ing their then “revolutionary”paintings, will be the basis ofthe class. Open to beginnersthrough experienced painters,each session will focus being an“impressionist”, not just anamateur painter. E-mail Connieat:info@gnbaa.org, to partici-pate. Each class session will be 4 5 weeks long. The two teachersare looking for 8-10 studentsper class, but If there is moredemand for a class, they will tryand schedule a second sessionof that class. Each class is$15.00 for the 2-hour class, orall four for $50.00. Students areencouraged to sign up for entireclass session. Most classes willbe held in the group’s ArtsShack location, the building justnorth of the intersection of Hwy.87 and East Bay Blvd./399.GNBAAencourages theNavarre community to supportthese classes, plus visit the web-site: www.gnbaa.org for infor-mation on the Fall Festival ofthe Arts.Gulfcoast CalligraphyGuildThe Gulfcoast Calligraphy Guild will meet at 9:30 am onSaturday, July 28, at theBayview Senior Center on E.Lloyd St., Pensacola. The public is invited. For more informa-tion, call 932-9183.Navarre Lions ClubThe Navarre Lions Club held its annual installation of newofficers for the new LionisticYear on June 9th at the Navarre Chamber of Commerce meetingroom. Past president Ron Gurtais shown passing the club char-ter and gavel to the new presi-dent Dennis Hufstader. Newofficers were sworn in by NellSimmons, district governorelect. www.gulfbreezenews.com (850) 932-8986 GULF BREEZE NEWS Community GULF BREEZE NEWS July 19, 2007 5A Gulf Breeze N E W S S S c c h h o o o o l l ’ ’ s s O O u u t t . . . . . . D D D D R R I I V V E E R R I I V V E E S S S S A A F F E E L L Y Y A A F F E E L L Y Y T alkof theT ownpresents... T alkof theT own By Betty Archer Allen A t t e n t i o n P u b l i c i t y C h a i r m e n : Send emails toBetty Archer Allen at betty@gulf breez enews .com or write to Talk of the Town at Gulf Breeze News P.O. Box1414, Gulf Breeze, FL32562 subject : “Talk of the Town” Archer Allen Sadler’s Sweet Treats to close The Kid of the Week is Rachel Sadler. She is thedaughter of John and MaryAnnSadler. Rachel spent her ele-mentary years in HomeSchooling but entered publicschool education at the GulfBreeze Middle school and hascontinued on into Gulf BreezeHigh School. She will be asenior at Gulf Breeze Highschool in the fall. She likesschool and her favorite subjectis business. She is a memberof two school clubs; the FutureBusiness Leaders of Americaand National Technical HonorSociety. Rachel loves reading, horseback riding and going to theBeach. The family owns apony named Spice and a horsenamed Dixie; Rachel rides thepony and her mom rides thehorse. Rachel and her momhave acted together in stagedperformances of her mom’splay, His WonderfulPresence...Then and Now.Rachel has also been seen tour-ing the neighborhoods afterschool in the Ice Cream Truckwhen her mom was the Ice Cream Lady.However sheis glad to giveup the icecream truckand is current-ly workingthe TigerPointMacDonald’s. The Family goes to Coast Community Church. Rachelsays, “I love Jesus and I amgood about going to Church.”Her mom says, “Rachel is avery special person and she’sthe best teenager I know.”Rachel will graduate in 2008and plans to attend theUniversity of West Florida andmajor in Business. Kid of the Week is a feature inset of the Gulf Breeze NewsTalk of the Town column. To nominate someone for this please email betty@gulf-breezenews.com with a shortbio and a picture. You mayleave the bio and a picture thatwill not be returned in my mailbox at Gulf Breeze News. Betty Archer Allen Gulf Breeze NewsArcher Allen’s Kid of theWeek is Rachel Sadler Gulf Breeze Hospital Emergency Room p p B ecause injuries and illnesses can happen at B B B any time day or night, G ulf Breeze Hospital Emergency D epartment i s prepare d to serve you 24 h ours a d ay. C all 911 for emergencies. For more information about G ulf Breeze Hospital Emergency Department, call ( 850 ) 934-2000 . Ready to C ar e V isit our f acility located a t 1 110 G ulf Breeze Parkway o r g o to our W e b s i te at www . G ulfBreezeHospital.or g Y ou ll L ove t h e W a y Baptist C ares for Yo u “To The Rescue Since 1977”Gulf Breeze932-9288 ! Termite &Pest Control FIREMAN Sadler Sadler Owner to pursue performing, writing and directing career Betty Archer Allen/Gulf Breeze News In the May 24 edition of Talk of the Town a group of men wasincorrectly identified as The Bullsitters.The real Bullsitter rep-resentatives (Top) are Bob Sutherland, Dee Alford, BuddyJackson, Frank Sadro and Clare “Ace”Reins.The Non-Bullsitters (Bottom) are Blair Laughlin, Lee Reynolds, BobMinshull, John Childers, Jack Kirby and Tom Bosworth. Betty Archer Allen/Gulf Breeze News New officers of the Navarre Lion’s club are Hugh Webb, firstvice president;Ron Gurta, treasurer;Shari Bauer, secondvice president;Nell Simmons, district governor elect;Charles Speer, Lion tamer/tail twister;Dennis Hufstader,president;and J.D.Rudman, secretary.

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Thanks for bringing school problems to light Kudos to Pam Brannon for publishing the school boardmeetings about the problem inour schools with the expulsion /prescription pill epidemic we arehaving with our children. Thankyou. I plan to attend an upcom-ing school board meeting to onceagain discuss my daughtersexpulsion ( I am the mother ofthe article written June 7th "Zerotolerance at Santa RosaSchools") and to offer a plan ofaction to help raise awareness tothis situation and offer the schoolboard and the students otheralternatives other then that of theLearning Academy. I would liketo some how get all the parentsof students who would like topromote an alternative to expul-sion together to develop a criteriaand implement a Student AgainstPrescription Pills and PeerPressure program (S.A.P.P). Mydaughter and I have a good headstart on this but it would be help-ful to get community andparental backing. We need to getto the core of this situation whichis our children and teach them. Ireally feel it is lack of educationthat is at this point allowing thisepidemic to continue and grow atsuch a rate it is almost imposableto keep up with. Let’s start thenew year with a new approach.Learning Academy does nothave to be the only option for ourchildren. These are OUR CHIL-DREN if we don’t stand up forthem who will? Please contactme at [850-565-4533] for anyideas as to how to get peopletogether on this issue. Angie Kuaile Gulf BreezeCItizens concernedabout RV parkDo you know that the City Council is considering aTrailer/RVSite in Shorelinepark for the benefit of transientswho may visit Gulf Breezebriefly? Council members stated they have discussed approximatelyfifteen ideas or ways to generatemonies with the RVpark beingone of them. They said they fearthe loss of revenue from state-mandated reduction in propertyassessments. Without any hardnumbers, the Council is playing“Chicken Little,” claiming thatthe sky is falling in Gulf Breeze. How many mature trees will the Council bulldoze for thebenefit of people who do notlive in Gulf Breeze? How willthe Council explain streets,parking pads, sewer and waterconnections, electricity andsecurity as “public park andrecreational” use only? An unofficial source provided information regarding thepossibility of developing an RVPark to citizens whose homeswill be affected directly by thisplan. The City Council mayhave observed the letter of theSunshine Law, but city officialsdodged around the spirit of alaw which says citizens are enti-tled to know the “What” and“Why” of public policy beforeany further consideration of any plan which directly affects it’scitizens. The Mayor, City Council and City Manager need to come outin the open. Changing ShorelinePark into a Cash Cow for thebenefit of transient visitors iswrong. This issue affects every citizen of Gulf Breeze. Talk to yourcity officials and express yourposition. Signed: Patti Hutto Priscilla Long Nina Cobia Scott Kasper Marilyn Lazear Don and Linda Hall Reldon Leninger Cut soccer playersdenied coverageI am very disappointed that your newspaper would printsuch an article and on the frontpage. If the GBHS Principaland the Santa Rosa CountySuperintendent decided thatRob Simon was not the rightman for the job then I wouldexpect your paper to supporttheir decision and rally behindthe newly appointed GBHS soc-cer coach. Why would youchose to give these "protesting,concerned" parents this muchattention? Your paper chose not to cover the news when three '07 seniorswere cut from the GBHS soccerteam by these two coaches? Their parents protested andwere concerned also and wantednewspaper coverage, but weredenied. What was the point ofthe GB News fueling thisdrama? The way I see it . . .what goes around comesaround. Linda Daniel Gulf BreezeGoombay Festivalorganizers saythanks for supportI would like to personally thank you for your generouscontributions to the 2007Pensacola Goombay Festival.Without the support of ourmedia partners, we would nothave enjoyed such a successfulfirst event. We look forward to working with you again in 2008 andbeyond. Jessica Morris Promotions Committee Goombay Gulf CoastThumbs down toTiger PointLet's see...goose poop on the golf course (a natural fertilizer)verses herbicides, pesticides andfertilizer run off...I think I'll takethe goose poop...thumbs downon the Tiger Point Golf Coursefor teaching children that pol-luting the environment anddestroying wildlife is okay! Yana Shanholtzer Gulf Breeze Opinion GULF BREEZE NEWS (850) 932-8986 www.gulfbreezenews.com 6A July 19, 2007 GULF BREEZE NEWS Gulf Breeze N E W S CO-PUBLISHERS / EDITORS: Lisa Newell Victoria Papajohn SPORTS EDITOR: Jason Thompson ASSOCIATE EDITOR: Franklin Hayes ADVERTISING SALES: Robyn Philips Pam Randall OFFICE MANAGER: Karen Murphy GRAPHICS / PRODUCTION:ArtDirectorNikola Stamenkovich Ashley Shelly CONTRIBUTORS: Betty Archer Allen T. “Bubba” Bechtol Bette Boyle Pam Brannon Chuck Randle P.O. Box 1414 913 Gulf Breeze Parkway Harbourtown Unit # 35 Gulf Breeze, FL32562 Office: (850) 932-8986 Fax: (850) 932-8794www.gulfbreezenews.comMember : Florida Press Association National Newspaper Assn. 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OntheSpot:W HEREWEPUT PEOPLE “ ONTHE SPOT ” TOANSWER AQUESTION “ ON THESPOT .”By Hannah BunningWhat are your plans for Blue Angel Weekend? “We are staying out at the beach and going out on Friday.My dad is taking off work.” -Eliza Jones Gulf Breeze “I am going to sit at the house and watch it out back.” -Brett Slover Knoxville, Tenn. “I am going to go out and anchor on my sailboat andspend the night.” -Milly McCoy Gulf Breeze “I am going to the beach with my daughter, she is home fromschool, have some Coke-Colasand pack a picnic, and wait forthe Blues to come out.” -David Johnson Gulf Breeze Letters to the Editor This was your land; this was my land, but that was before theUS Supreme Court appointedGeorge W. Bush President ofthe United States. Bush broughton Dick Cheney and eachignored laws they didn't like.This leaving the Constitution ofthe United States of Americanot worth the paper its writtenon. The count of Americans killed in Iraq is nearing 3,700and the casualties are about 27,000. Many lost arms, legsand eyesight. Iraq was not anAmerican target since they werenot involved with the disaster of9/11. Both Bush and Cheney were aware of it. When one American is killed or wounded in combat, a part ofme dies with him/her. We mustfight wars defending the United States, but we are not the policeforce of the world. More Americans would recognize the feeling I haveregarding Iraq if Bush had notstopped the media from show-ing the killed Americans inbody-bags upon arriving backhome to their land. Bush and Cheney can only be stopped by impeachment. Youare urged to make contact withyour congressman and senatorsand ask for their support. America has fallen into a slippery-slope Noah H. Belew Now is the time to visit New Orleans. Yes, the hurricaneshave taken their toll on the“Big Easy” but the city hasearned that moniker for a rea-son. Although the apartment buildings on the outskirts arestill in pretty rough condition,the French Quarter looks asgood as it ever did. Yes, that was a bit of sarcasm. The French Quarter willnever win an award as the cleanest tourist attraction, but itjust might win one for mostresilient. Most of the shops andbars were open for business and most natives were happyto see an influx tourists recent-ly for the Essence MusicFestival. New Orleans was flooded with affluent touristsJuly 7 when I was there. Additionally, the Essence Music Festival at the LouisianaSuperdome was a blast. Thethree day event featured actslike Mary J. Blige, Ludacris,Beyonce, Ciara, Steve Harvey,Ne-Yo, Lionel RIchie, RebirthBrass Band and many others onfive different stages. Hip Hopact Public Enemy was my per-sonal favorite. Big Easy ready to entertain

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Junior Achievement of Northwest Florida is celebrat-ing the 50th anniversary of thelocal organization in 2008.(Founded in 1958 by TheoBaars, Jr., Fred Gronemeyerand Vince Whibbs, Sr.) Thenon-profit is looking for for-mer students who are willingto submit their JAstory as partof our celebration. You may have had a volunteer come to your elementaryschool class and teach you thebasics about your community,you learned more about eco-nomics and ethics in highschool or perhaps you made aproduct and ran your owncompany after school. Even ifyou have been a volunteer, JAis interested in hearing yourstory. Ideas they want toinclude are: the benefit youreceived from participating inJA, the benefits to all students from your perspective and thebenefit to the school districtand community, from yourperspective. You also maywant to explain why you thinkthat businesses should make afinancial contribution to JA,since this is not a governmentor United Way sponsoredorganization. Include any stories, photographs, or memorabilia thatmight help explain how youhave seen the JAprogrammake an impact. Publicationof material is not guaranteed.Please contact Frances Yeo,Executive Director of JuniorAchievement of NorthwestFlorida, Inc. at (850)477-1420, fax in your testimony to(850)477-2820, e-mail it tonwflja@bellsouth.net or mailit to the JAoffice at 1010 N12th Avenue, Pensacola, Fla.32501. GULF BREEZE NEWS (850) 932-8986 www.gulfbreezenews.com GULF BREEZE NEWS July 19, 2007 7A Business Gulf Breeze N E W S O BITUARIES Obituaries are published free of charge in Gulf Breeze News.Have funeral director email to notices to news@gulfbreezenews.com. B USINESSBRIEFS JAMES ALFRED JONES1957-2007James A.Jones, 49, of Gulf Breeze passed away Thursday,July 5, 2007. Known as J.J., Jim, James or simply Jimbo, he lived a full lifealways standing strong in hisbeliefs.The Jones family lost awonderful husband, father,brother, and stepson. Mr.Jones is survived by:his wife of 25 years, Brenda J.Jones;two children, AmandaDebraAnn and Shana N.Jones;sister, Deborah Lowell(Stephen);niece, Jamie A.Lowell;and stepmother, Mrs.Carolyn Jones;mother-in-law,Edna Godwin;brother-in-law, HillGodwin (Tonya) and their fourchildren, Daryl, Kayle, Andrewand Nicole. The family would like to express their appreciation andthanks to friends and especiallyto the staff at Covenant Hospiceat West Florida Hospital for thecare provided and professional-ism. A memorial service was held at Barrancas National Cemeteryon Thursday, July 12, 2007 at9:30 a.m. TRAHAN FAMILY FUNERAL HOME is in charge of arrange-ments.MARJORIE COLLEYHARRINGTON MULLER1931-2007Marjorie Colley Harrington Muller passed away on July 7,2007.She was a long time resi-dent of Gulf Breeze, Florida andformerly of Houston, Texas andMountain Brook, Alabama.Shewas born and raised in Eclectic,Alabama. The youngest of nine children, she was preceded in death byher parents, Minuard andMaryjane Colley;brothers,Jessie Colley and Ross Colley;her beloved sisters, ZelmaWingard, Leedie Cothran andLois Baucum. Marjorie is survived by her husband, Robert C.Muller, CDR,USN (Ret.), of Gulf Breeze;daughter, Debra HarringtonDoyle and her husband Jack Doyle, of Severna Park,Maryland.She will be dearlymissed by her three grandchil-dren, who she loved and cher-ished:Captain James PatrickDoyle, USMC, who is currentlyserving in Iraq;2nd Lt.JohnTravis Doyle, stationed inColumbus, MS, and her onlygranddaughter, JessicaRheanne Doyle, who will beattending the University of SanDiego in the fall.She also leavesbehind her stepchildren, RobertC.(Jeri) Muller, Jr., of Marietta,GA, Steven (Michelle) Muller ofOcoee, FL and Cynthia Muller, ofBaltimore, MD;And step-grand-children, Jessica, Zack, Jon andLuke. She will be greatly missed by all of her many friends and fami-ly. Visitation was from 5-7pm Tuesday, July 10th at BayviewFisher-Pou Chapel.Funeral ser-vice will be at 10:00amWednesday, July 11th atBayview Fisher-Pou Chapel. BAYVIEW FISHER-POU CHAPEL is entrusted with thearrangements. Fair Play Sportsopens on FairpointFair Play Sports is designed to help families get the bestvalue for their sports equipment.We understand that as childrengrow, their equipment needsmay change each season. FairPlay Sports wants to help youmaximize your dollar by pur-chasing your gently used equip-ment (for cash or store credit)and reselling it for discountedretail prices. We are currentlybuying gently used equipment.The store’s GRAND OPENINGis scheduled for July 28, 2007. Fair Play Sports will also have a large selection of NEW“name-brand” merchandiseranging from baseball/softball,tennis, soccer, basketball, foot-ball, skateboards, scooters andRipStiks. Other Services in which Fair Play Sports will offer are 1)Consignment Services for thehigher priced items, like golfclub sets, foosball tables, pooltables, etc, and 2) DeliveryServices for the larger/heavieritems. Fair Play Sports is committed to providing quality service andbecoming a supporter of the local Sports communities. Formore information regarding FairPlay Sports, please call850.934.6015 or visit the websitewww .FairPlaySportsFL.comGB resident namedEngineer of the YearGulf Breeze resident Charles “Chuck” Meister winsGovernment Engineer of theYear award from the FloridaEngineering Society for hiswork with the City of Destin. Two weeks ago, Meister received a letter at his office atcity hall from the FloridaEngineering Society, notifyinghim that in August, he would berecognized by his fellow engi-neers as the state’s 2007Government Engineer of theYear. Meister was nominatedfor the award by DanielleSlaterpryce, Okaloosa County’spublic works director. The award recognizes the engineer who has made the mostoutstanding contribution to theadvancement of engineers ingovernment. Meister is A1956 graduate of the University of Florida.Meister has been Destin’s cityengineer for 12 years. Prior to that, Meister had his own civilengineering firm, Meister andAssociates in Pensacola. Meister will travel to the Florida Engineering Society’sAnnual Summer Conferenceand Exposition held on Aug. 1-4at the Marco Island MarriottBeach Resort. Navarre ChamberRecognizes SmallBusiness of JulyAll Phase General Cleaning Services, Inc. has been chosenas the Navarre Beach AreaChamber of Commerce’s firstSmall Business of the Month forthe month of July. At the June29 Commerce and Coffee meet-ing, Chamber President MarkWilliams presented All Phaseowner, Linda Fusco, with a cer-tificate of appreciation and adisplay yard sign designatingher business as the SmallBusiness of the Month.Requirements for recipientsinclude being a current chambermember, in business a minimumof one year and have fewer than50 employees. Additional con-siderations include: being anactive chamber member, havingbusiness growth and public service/civic contributions. Fuscohas been active in the chambersince moving to the area overthree years ago. For more information about the chamber and other programsaffiliated with the NavarreBeach Area Chamber ofCommerce, call 939-3267 or logon towww.navarrechamber.com. PSO appoints newExecutive DirectorPensacola Symphony Orchestra board president TomBailey announced the appoint-ment of Christina Littlejohn asExecutive Director of thePensacola Symphony Orchestra.Littlejohn will assume her newrole beginning August 1. Shesucceeds Edgar Herrera-Arizmendi who left Pensacolathis month to become Directorof Marketing and PublicRelations for the SyracuseSymphony Orchestra. Littlejohn comes to the Pensacola Symphony withimpressive artistic and orches-tral management credentials.She has served as Director ofCleveland OrchestraResidencies since 2005 where she was responsible for theorchestra’s year-round activitiesin South Florida in support of itsannual three-week residency atthe Miami Performing ArtsCenter. Prior to her current position, Littlejohn was CEO of theMobile Symphony where sheexpanded educational and out-reach programs, helped create achamber music series andincreased the number of classi-cal and pops concerts. Littlejohn holds a Master of Business Administration andMaster of Arts Administrationfrom the University ofCincinnati CollegeConservatory of Music and aBachelor of Arts in Music fromFurman University inGreenville, South Carolina. In2001, Littlejohn received theAmerican Symphony OrchestraLeague’s Helen M. ThompsonAward for extraordinary accom-plishment by an early-careermanager. Littlejohn will preside over a $1 million annual operatingbudget and be responsible fordeveloping and executing thePensacola SymphonyOrchestra’s strategic vision and for its day-to-day operations. SBAannouncesPatriot LoanThe U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA) todaybegan accepting applicationsfrom lenders on behalf of bor-rowers in its new PatriotExpress Pilot Loan Initiative formilitary community entrepre-neurs. Patriot Express is astreamlined loan product basedon the agency’s highly success-ful SBAExpress Program.Patriot Express is available tomilitary community membersincluding veterans, service-dis-abled veterans, service membersleaving active duty, Reservistsand National Guard members,current spouses of any of theabove, and the widowed spouseof a service member or veteranwho died during service, or of aservice-connected disability. More than 150 banks have already been approved to partic-ipate in Patriot Express. The Patriot Express Pilot Loan Initiative can be used formost business purposes. Detailson the initiative can be found atwww.sba.gov/patriotexpress. GB Edward Jones employee honored 314 GULF BREEZE PKWY. 932-0507WWW.GULFBREEZEFRAMERY.COMT h e A r t i s t ’ s C o r n e r : :V V o o i i c c e e o o f f l l o o c c a a l l a a r r t t i i s s t t s s Brought to you by: Hello Gulf Breeze!SUMMERSALE Selected Framed Art Designer Mirrors W e are always showing new local art .We are featuring the new “ Marley Bag” created by our very own Chantal Taylor. Beautiful, strong, handmade. Each bag is unique! Perfect for back-to-school (will fit books and lunch!)Do you have graduation pictures / diplomas you have not framed? Mention this article and receive 20% off.Thanks again and as always we love being your custom framers.Peace to you all. Cynthia Please feel free to contact me at: Cynthia@gulfbreezeframery.comCynthia Borik Melody Price, Senior Branch Office Administrator at theEdward Jones branch office ofScott Shanks, AAMS in GulfBreeze, has been honored forher client service excellence. This recognition earned Price an invitation to Edward Jones'inaugural Branch OfficeAdministrators Managing Partner's Conference inSeptember at the firm's head-quarters in St. Louis. The meeting will pool 300 of Edward Jones' branch officeadministrators to collectivelyrecognize and reward theirclient service excellence, as wellas take time to pinpoint the crit-ical activities necessary to provide excellent client service. "Service excellence is how Edward Jones distinguishesitself in the financial servicesindustry, and that is how Melodyhas distinguished herself," saidEdward Jones Managing PartnerJames D. Weddle. "We want tolearn from her success and shareher insights with others." Price said being invitedto the confer-ence is notonly an honorbut a chance tofreshen ideasfor enhancingclient service. Price JAneeds alumni to volunteer Junior Achievement of Northwest Florida (JA) is looking forJA Alumni to celebrate the 50th anniversary for the localbranch.Interested parties are asked to contact Frances Yeoat 850-477-1420 or nwflja@bellsouth.net. On June 30, new U.S. Small BusinessAdministration regulationstook effect that require com-panies with federal contractsto recertify their size status as“small businesses.” Theseactions will increase opportu-nities for more small busi-nesses to receive contractsfrom the federal government. “SBAis making tremendous progress improving fed-eral contracting opportunitiesfor small businesses,” agencyAdministrator Steven Prestonsaid. “As part of thosereforms, we are now imple-menting the recertificationrule – announced lastNovember – to ensure federalrules properly classify smallbusiness contracts.” Recertification is necessary because federal agencies havebeen able to count all con-tracts originally awarded tosmall businesses as smallbusiness contracts for up to 20years, even if those companieswere acquired by large corpo-rations. Starting June 30, any small business that merges or isacquired must immediately“recertify” its size. If thecompany is no longer small, the contract continues, but thefederal government can nolonger count it as a “small”contract. Federal agencieswill also immediately modifyall existing long-term (overfive years) contracts to requiresmall businesses to recertifytheir size status for acquisi-tions, mergers and novationrequests and to recertify theirsize status prior to an optionbeing exercised. All existingcontracts of less than fiveyears will recertify when theirfirst option is exercised. Thevast majority of these con-tracts have one-year options. Under these rules, most large businesses credited withsmall contracts will no longerbe counted as small, effectiveJune 30. Nearly all theremaining large businesseswill be scrubbed from thedatabase within a year. As aresult, federal agencies willneed to increase efforts toidentify and contract with newsmall businesses to meet theirsmall business contractinggoals – 23 percent as directedby Congress. Because more than five million actions are recorded inthe federal government’s con-tracting database each year, asa practical measure contract-ing officers are being allowedto review short-term contractsas they are renewed annually. FROMSTAFFREPORTS Gulf Breeze Newsnews@gulfbreezenews.com SBA issues new federal regulations for businesses

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F AITH B RIEFS GULF BREEZE NEWS (850) 932-8986 www.gulfbreezenews.com 8AJuly 19, 2007 GULF BREEZE NEWS FaithGulf Breeze N E W S Cleaning up my desk and my life for God Werecently began a renovation project recently at GoodShepherd Lutheran Church.We started with the churchoffices. One Sunday volunteersmoved everything out of theoffices and into the back class-rooms. The volunteersstripped everything from mydesktop before moving it.Consequently, when I locatedmy desk the top was clean. Ieven had the opportunity toremove the glass insert and wipe off smudges. This is the first time in three and a half years that I haveseen the top of my desk. I donot have a filing system; I justhave stacks of paper,envelopes, and post-its all overmy desk. I also place my lap-top and a printer on my desk.Sometimes when I need tohand write something or spreadout my books for research Ihave to move to another desk.So, it is certainly wonderful to work with a clean desk forawhile. It didn't take me long to clutter my desk, and it won'ttake me long again. It doesn'ttake long to clutter our lives either. We accumulate trash(sins) harsh words, selfishthoughts, less-than-perfectactions daily, around the clock.It takes no time at all toobscure the fact that we werecreated in the image of God.Fortunately, it does not take amoving crew to clean out ourlives of accumulated junk. TheLord forgives us daily throughrepentance and absolution. Healso forgives us in Baptism andthe Lord's Table. We can receive a cleansing in theblood of Christ; he takes oursins and gives us his righteous-ness in their place. I wish Icould clean my desk as effi-ciently and effectively. "Come now, let us reason together, says the Lord: thoughyour sins are like scarlet, theyshall be as white as snow;though they are red like crim-son, they shall become likewool." (Isaiah 1:18) Traditional Worship: 8am&10:30am Sunday Sunday School & Bible Class 9:15am School , Pre-K 3&4 thru 6th gradesEnrolling now for 2007-08 School YearSmall Classes! Great Staff! 4257 Gulf Breeze Pkwy Gulf Breeze, FL32563 9 9 3 3 2 2 3 3 2 2 6 6 3 3 Visit us at: goodshepherdgulfbreeze.org Singing His praise Vici Papajohn/Gulf Breeze News Kate Keenan, CallieNeumann and other partici-pants enjoy the praise musicof Showtime Roundup eachafternoon during VacationBible School (VBS)at GulfBreeze United MethodistChurch (GBUMC).Over1,000 children attended VBSbetween both campuses.Two truckloads were collect-ed of baby supplies for theLakota mission, as childrenbrought in supplies as offer-ings.Thirty seniors, 50 adultvolunteers closed their busi-nesses or took vacation timeto work for the week.GBUMC officials said VBS isan outreach -easily half ofthe children who attendedwere not members, andnumerous volunteers werenot church members.Another trend noted is theincrease in male adult volun-teers over last year’s volun-teers. Vici Papajohn/Gulf Breeze News Kyla Homewoood prays before snack time at VBS. St. Francis namesnew Director ofYouth MinistryJane Ellis has accepted the position as Director of Childrenand Youth Ministry at St.Francis of Assisi EpiscopalChurch inGulf Breeze.The Rector,Al Pruitt,says, “This isa vitalappointmentfor theChurch andits goal tonurture the growth of ouryoung people as full membersof the Body of Christ.” Ellishas been a part of St. Francissince the day she was born.She was baptized Jane LeeWarner in August 1957, thefifth person to be baptized inthe then new Gulf BreezeEpiscopal mission. Jane's par-ents were among the earliest ofthe dedicated members of theSt. Francis congregation. Janeand her husband and familyhave continued as an integralpart of St. Francis. Jane says, “I am excited about working with the youngpeople and look forward to assuming the leadership for thechildren and youth programs”.The Committee of Vestry mem-bers and others from the con-gregation reviewed the applica-tions, interviewed the candi-dates for the position and gavea wholehearted and enthusiasticrecommendation for Jane Ellis.Congratulations, Jane!GBUMCinvitesseniors to Biblestudy WednesdaysThe Wednesday Senior (and not so senior!) Bible StudyGroup invite anyone whowould like to join them for astudy of Paul’s letter to theGalations, led by Ruth Knights.They meet in Room 7 at 10a.m. each Wednesday. Then theLunch Bunch meet at 11 a.m.behind the Sanctuary and travelto a local area restaurant toenjoy fun, food and fellowship,Dutch Treat. No reservationnecessary. All program of the church are open to the public. Formore information on these orany other activity of the church,call 932-3594, 916-1660, orvisit our website atwww.gbumc.org. Russian Bible studyThe Bible study in Russian language for local immigrantsfrom the Former Soviet Unionwill be offered again startingAug. 15 in Room 12 of the GulfBreeze United MethodistChurch at 5:00 p.m. The bookto be studied is "The LivingPrayer" by Maxie Dunnam.Please invite Russian speakingpeople that you meet in yourneighborhoods and restaurants.The class will be led by OlgaBatova. For more information,call 932-3594. Caring and sharingMonthly luncheonfeatures OcchipintiGulf Breeze United Methodist Church welcomedJoe Occhipinti and friends tothe July Sharing and CaringLuncheon. The crowd wastreated to patriotic favorites aswell as some Dixieland Jazz.All senior adults 55 years ofage and older are invited toattend this luncheon held on thesecond Monday of each monthat 11 a.m. No reservation nec-essary. For additional information, please call the church office at850-932-3594. Ellis Submitted photo Joe Occhipinti invites audience participation at the Sharing & Caring Luncheon.(pictured leftto right) Katy Forrer, Joan Noguerol, and Alice Louise Crawley join Occhipinti. Rev.Rory M.HermannGood Shepherd Lutheran Church

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With new board member Ed Guernsey filling the spotpreviously held by KellyRobertson, who was dis-missed by Escambia CountyCommissioner MikeValentino, Santa Rosa IslandAuthority members heardpresentations from two agen-cies who wanted to handleadvertising for PensacolaBeach. Although the $105,000 budget is substantiallyreduced from pre-Ivan times,both the Ellis Bullock agencyand Birdwell Photography and Marketing submittedtheir plans to effectively usethe funds to bring visitors toPensacola Beach. Bullock showed how his agency’s blend of advertisingand public relations to target-ed states was building beachoccupancy back afterHurricane Ivan. Birdwell proposed an internet-based campaign tolure international travelersfrom London to PensacolaBeach. The board decided to keep the Bullock agency. In other news, the board heard good news about manyof the post-hurricane projectson the island. Most of theprojects are complete, withCowley Park due to be com-pleted in early August, FortPickents gate shelters due inOctober and Sidwalks by July20. Preparations are underway for the project to flush LittleSabine Bay and improvewater quality. Roadway improvements to Via De Luna are due to becompleted in fall. So far this column has explored exotic zoological exhibits, theclouds above Pensacola Beach, thewaters of Santa Rosa Sound and thesurf in the Gulf of Mexico for thebest summer activities. This week,we'll take a look at a more incon-spicuous exotic locationyour ownback yard. Pensacola PoolsPerhaps the best summer activities are both loads of fun and great exer-cise. Combine those factors with hav-ing a private get-away in your ownbackyard to create one of the mostmemorable summers yet. PensacolaPools, with convenient locations inPensacola and Gulf Breeze combinesall those elements by offering pre-miere service and selection. According to the American Heart Association, physical activities likebrisk walking, jogging, biking andswimming done for 30-60 minutes onmost days of the week provide car-diovascular fitness and can reduceyour risk of a heart attack or stroke. “Swimming is absolutely the best possible all around exer-cise,” said Mike Morganwith Pensacola Pools. Plus, the pool will enhance the beauty ofyour yard year round bycreating a focal point. Contact Pensacola Pools today at 850934-0077 to get one a design-er started on your pooltoday. My name: D.J.Zemenick I'm originally from Tennessee, so it should be no surprisethat the "DJ" stands for Debora Jean. How long on the island? I've been a fulltime resident for two years now. What do you do? Amateur photographer. Favorite hangout? Range Point. Pet Peeve: People who don't pick up after t hemselves on the beach or are rude or very negative. Goal for the island? To stay the way is now, a small community of good-hearted people. Family: Husband Carl, kids Bert, Zack,Sarah, her husband, Joe, and two beautiful children, Mariah and Derek. My mother will visit for Blue Angels. GULF BREEZE NEWS (850) 932-8986 www.gulfbreezenews.com Section BGULF BREEZE NEWSJuly 19, 2007 It’s that time of year when all the “new work force” is getting out ofcollege. Some will graduate and oth-ers will just “finish!” I finished in1974. However, they will all have togo to work, the curse of the leisureclass! The work force will be a realawakening for many of them. I loveto watch them learn, that you have togo to work, “EVERYDAY!” Likeevery DAYdude! Unreal. You know you are out of college and in the workforce when : Your salary is less than your tuition was. You keep more food than beer in the fridge. You can keep a plant that you can’t smoke alive. You have to pay your own credit card bill,… bummer. Ramen Noodles and Kool Aid no longer count as a well-balanced meal. You give up Soap Opera’s for CNN. 7 a.m. is not all that early. You are not carded anymore, anywhere for anything. Your starting salary is a little less than you allowance used to be. You find yourself watching the Weather channel. You can’t spend all day in jeans and your baseball cap. You go from 130 days of vacation time to seven! You begin to refer to college students as “kids.” You can’t believe how cheap your car insurance is now! It becomes a long way to your parent’s house, and way too much has-sle to visit. You have to wash your own clothes. You give up everything denim for cotton and pre-pressed! And finally, You can’t believe how smarter your dad got in just fouryears! Hell, he’s a genius now! Just thought you’d like to know… Inside: Email Bubba at tb ub ba@tb ub ba.com Part five of a multipart series Zemenick ISLANDEROFTHEWEEK:D.J. Zemenick By Tona DeMers SRIA votes to keep Bullock agency New music offering, ‘ S u n d a y s o n t h e S o u n d ’ kicks off at Quietwater Beach Entertainment,page 3B Excercise and vacation in your own back yardCollege gradsExperience first-rate pilots demonstrating the capabilities of their flyingmachines over the emerald waters ofthe Gulf of Mexico during thePensacola Beach Air Show. The Navy’s famous flight demonstration squadron, the Blue Angels,will be joined by an exhilarating lineup during the show’s full dressrehearsal on Friday, July 20 and themain event on Saturday, July 21. Bothevents kick off around noon with aCoast Guard Search & Rescue (SAR)demonstration and culminate with theBlues taking to the sky at 2 p.m. Other Red, White & Blues Week activities include the Blue Angel’sCircle & Arrival maneuvers at 8 a.m.on Wednesday, July 18 and a practicesession at 2 p.m. on Thursday, July 19over Pensacola Beach. If you plan to attend the Pensacola Beach Air Show, arrive early. For yourconvenience and to help alleviate traf-fic congestion, the Pensacola Beachtrolleys will be running from 9 a.m. –noon and 3 6 p.m. on Friday, July 20and Saturday, July 21 between CasinoBeach and Fort Pickens gate. Generally, parking restrictions will be lenient, however, be sure NOTtoblock emergency access locations,bike paths or pedestrian walks, orextend into traffic lanes. For a complete line up of events call the Pensacola Beach VisitorsInformation Center at (850) 932-1500or www.visitpensacolabeach.com. Blue Angels Air Show Fridayand Saturday A waterline near Avenida 22 burst July 11 leaving hundreds of EmeraldCoast Utilities Authorty (ECUA) customers on the beach without water fornearly half a day.According to ECUA and Santa Rosa Island officials,crews working to widen Via De Luna accidentally struck the pipe withheavy equipment while installing storm water grating for the road thatmorning.A precautionary boil water notice was issued by the ECUA, affecting residents living on Via de Luna from Avenida 18, east to the GulfIslands National Seashore;on Panferio Drive, from the 1100 block east-ward, also including Entrada 1 and Entrada 2.The pipe was repaired andwater was flowing by that afternoon.The boil water notice was lifted Friday,July 13. Create your own getaway with help fromPensacola Pools this summer. Just another day in paradise... Franklin Hayes/Gulf Breeze News

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CRITIC'S CORNERBy DNASmith“Live Free orDie Hard”Running time: 130 minutesMPAArating: PG-13 It's safe to say that this is the last time Bruce Willis will beplaying Detective JohnMcClane, and you can tell thatWillis wanted his iconic charac-ter to go out with a bang. Andanother bang. And ... That's what makes "Live Free or Die Hard" the best actionmovie of the year. It is wall-to-wall stunts, gunfights and StuffBlowin' Up Real Good. And the icing on the cake is that you can tell Willis is havingthe time of his life and not justphoning it in for a huge payday.Bruce's enthusiasm for the char-acter is infectious. And for allthe online bluster about how aPG-13 rating was going to spoilthe film, I can tell you honestlythat it doesn't. "Live Free or DieHard" is a solid action movie --and yes, McClane DOES deliv-er his signature "Yippy KaiYay" line. The plot -as if it matters -surrounds an attack on thenation's computer infrastruc-ture, from power grids tonational security systems, finan-cial institutions, even trafficlights. Areally evil guy who is too pretty to be a nerd (TimothyOlyphant) is wreaking havoc onthe country. Det. John McClane has, in tow, a young hacker (JustinLong) who inadvertently helpeddevelop part of the insidiouscode. As the country crumbles down around them, McClaneand the hacker have to try tostay one step ahead of the badguys who can track them andthen send helicopters, fighterjets and other nasty stuff theirway. One of the highlights of the film is a cameo by filmmakerKevin Smith, who plays anuberhacker with the handle,"Warlock." It was great to seeSmith in the role, but it alsomade it glaringly obvious howweak Justin Long's characteri-zation was. It would've beenbetter to have Silent Bob himself hang with McClane andwhomp some cyber-terroristbooty. Yippy-Kai-Yay, indeed.GRADE: A(c) 2007 King Features Synd., Inc. GULF BREEZE NEWS (850) 932-8986 www.gulfbreezenews.com 2B July 19, 2007 GULF BREEZE NEWS Entertainment Gulf Breeze N E W S Thursday 7/19 Paddy O’Leary’s Traditional Music Session Paradise Bar& Grill Patrick Vining, 6 p.m. Peg Leg Pete’s Steve Landers, 6 p.m. SandshakerLounge All Star Band, 8 p.m.Friday 7/20 Paddy O’Leary’s Fort Morgan Slammers, 8p.m. SandshakerLounge Karaoke, 8:30 p.m. Peg Leg Pete’s Ken Smith, 6 p.m. Paradise Bar& Grill Wildwood, 6 p.m.Saturday 7/21 Paddy O’Leary’s Fort Morgan Slammers, 8p.m. Peg Leg Pete’s Paul Killough, 6 p.m. SandshakerLounge Midnight Confessions, 8:30 p.m.Sunday 7/22 SandshakerLounge Midnight Confessions, 4p.m. Peg Leg Pete’s Brett Summer, 6 p.m. Paradise Bar& GrillWildwood, 4 p.m.Monday 7/23 SandshakerLounge Bar and restaurant appreciation day, 11 a.m. Peg Leg Pete’s Paul Killough, 6 p.m.T uesday 7/24 Bands on the Beach Darren J. 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Whose?Whose? The 700 Club (CC) COM DailyColbertChapChapLisa LampanelliChapPresents DISN””The Haunted Mansion MontanaSo RavenLife DeSuite LifeMontana E!””Office Space (1999) Ron Livingston. The SoupTalentE! NewsChelsea ESPN 2007 ESPY Awards From Los Angeles. Baseball Tonight SportsCenter (CC) HBO Brooklyn Dodgers: GhostsEntouEntouConCincin LIFE RebaReba”Thy Neighbors Wife (2000) (CC) Housewives MAX Cheaper”Billy Madison (1995) ”””The 40-Year-Old Virgin (2005) MTV Next Top Model True Life Dieting. True LifeTrue Life SPIKE CSI: Crime Scn”””Sin City (2005) Jessica Alba, Devon Aoki. Wrestling TBS””Without a Paddle (2004) Seth Green. (:10)””Road Trip (2000, Comedy) (CC) TNT”””A.I.: Artificial Intelligence (2001) Haley Joel Osment. A.I.: Artificial USA Law & Order: SVU Monk (N) (CC) Psych (N) (CC) House DeceptionŽ Saturday EveningJuly 21, 2007 7 pm7:308 pm8:309 pm9:3010 pm10:30 ABC””The Princess Diaries (2001, Comedy) Julie Andrews. An awkward teenager learns that she has royal blood. 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LIFE Too Young to MarrySide Order of Life State of Mind (CC) Army Wives (CC) MAX”””Jarhead (2005) Jake Gyllenhaal. Fast and Furious-DriftSin City MTV FlavorFlavor of LoveFlavor of Love””Friday (1995) Ice Cube. SPIKE CSI: Crime Scn”””Sin City (2005) Jessica Alba, Devon Aoki. Enter TBS””The Chronicles of Riddick (2004) Vin Diesel.”””Signs (2002) (CC) TNT””Lara Croft: Tomb Raider (2001) (CC)”””Minority Report (2002) (CC) USA Mercenary-Just Second in Command (2006) Premiere. Burn Notice (CC) Sunday EveningJuly 22, 2007 7 pm7:308 pm8:309 pm9:3010 pm10:30 ABC Extreme Makeover: Home Edition (CC) Desperate House-wives (CC) (:01) Brothers & Sisters (CC) News (N) The Law ShowCBS Big Brother 8 (N) (CC) Cold Case The Goodbye RoomŽ Shark PilotŽ (CC) News (N) Andy GriffithPBS Nature (CC) (DVS) Mystery! Miss Marple, Series III: NemesisŽ (N) (CC) (DVS) John In-man As Time Goes By P.O.V. 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(CC) WillWill MAX (:15)”””Clueless (1995) (CC) Fast and Furious-DriftSin City MTV EngagedEngagedEngagedEngaged True Life (N) True Life SPIKE CSI: Crime ScnCSI: Crime ScnThe Kill Point TBS FamilyFamilyPaynePayne MLB Baseball: Braves at Giants TNT Law & OrderLaw & OrderLaw & OrderHeartland (CC) USA Law Order: CILaw Order: CILaw Order: CILaw Order: CI Tuesday EveningJuly 24, 2007 7 pm7:308 pm8:309 pm9:3010 pm10:30 ABC HomeVideos Just For Laughs Shaqs Big Chal-lenge (N) (CC) Primetime: Family Secrets (N) (CC) News (N) (:35)News (N)CBS NCIS Friends and LoversŽ (CC) Big Brother 8 (N) (CC) Pirate Master 24Hour Party PiratesŽ News (N) LateShowPBS Nova Nova scienceNOWŽ (N) Supernatural Sci-ence (CC) Wide Angle The Sand CastleŽ (CC) Secrets of the SexesFOX On the Lot Two filmmakers must leave. House Needle in a HaystackŽ (CC) News (N) Every-Raymond Every-RaymondNBC Americas Got Talent The top contestants compete. (N) (CC) The Sing-ing Bee Law & Order: Special Victims Unit News (N) Tonight Show A&E DogDogDogDogAngelAngelAngelAngel ABCFAM (6:00) Ice Princess””Ice Princess (2005) Joan Cusack. The 700 Club (CC) COM DailyColbertChapS. ParkRodney CarringtonDailyColbert DISN Johnny Kapahala: Back on Board (2007) So RavenLife DeSuite LifeMontana E! Rachael RayTrue HwoodSimpleSimpleE! NewsChelsea ESPN Ult. NASCARUlt. NASCARBronx-Burning SportsCenter (CC) HBO”””Little Miss Sunshine Look Costas NOW (N) EntouDodgers LIFE RebaRebaThe Promise (1999) Isabella Hofmann. WillWill MAX”””Idlewild (2006) André Benjamin. ””Beerfest (2006) Jay Chandrasekhar. MTV RoomScarredJackassScarredRoomScarredPimpTrick Out SPIKE CSI: Crime ScnCSI: Crime ScnCSI: Crime Scn CSI: NY (CC) TBS RaymondRaymondEngvallRaymond MLB Baseball: Braves at Giants TNT Law & Order CutŽ Law & OrderThe Closer (CC) Without a Trace USA Law & Order: SVULaw & Order: SVU””Bruce Almighty (2003) Jim Carrey. 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Baseball Tonight SportsCenter (CC) HBO EntouCon Big Love (N) (CC) John-Cincin. Big Love (CC) LIFE Army Wives (CC) Post Mortem (2007) Beverly Mitchell. (CC) WillWill MAX Fast and Furious-DriftOn Set”””Mad Dog and Glory Sin City MTV Sweet 16Sweet 16Sweet 16EngagedMaking the Band 4Sweet 16Engaged SPIKE CSI: Crime Scn”””Sin City (2005, Crime Drama) Jessica Alba, Devon Aoki. TBS FriendsFriendsFriendsFriendsFriendsFriendsSeinfeldSeinfeld TNT Heartland (N) (CC) The Closer (N) Saving Grace (CC) Cold Case (CC) USA Law & Order: SVU WWE Monday Night Raw (Live) (CC) (:05) Burn Notice Thursday9 p.m. on USABurn Notice: Someone is after Michael (Jeffrey Donovan) „ in a big way. An assassin is trying to take him out, which makes his current project „ trying to save a friends daughter from the clutches of a prostitution ring „ a bit difficult, to say the least. But hes the hero of this show, so we expect hell make it out of this new episode alive. Gabrielle Anwar and Sharon Gless also star in Old Friends.ŽFriday9 p.m. on CBSNUMB3RS: He coulda been a contender! A mixed-martial-arts fighter is fatally poisoned while training for a big match, and suspicion falls on his sparring partner, Ben Ellis (Grenga Akinngbe), who happens to be a friend of Davids (Alimi Bal-lard). David leads the effort to clear his buddy, but it doesnt look good when the FBI learns that another man he fought with also died. Charlie (David Krumholtz) enters a poker tournament to defend Larrys (Bruce McGill) title.Saturday9 p.m. on NBCMedium: What does a kid trapped in a well have to do with a dead congressman? Thats not a riddle; thats the situation Allison (Patricia Arquette) finds herself dealing with in The Whole Truth.Ž Shes working with Devalos (Miguel San-doval) on solving the mystery surrounding the politicians death, but she keeps having these vi-sions of a little boy in a well. Are they connected? And if so, how?Monday7 p.m. on ESPNESPN Ultimate NASCAR: Leading up to the return of Nextel Cup racing to ESPN on Saturday, a five-night NASCAR documentary run begins with The Explosion,Ž a look at the sports boom, notably in the last 10 years. On Tuesday, The DirtŽ delves into stock car racings dirt track days; Wednesdays The CarsŽ spotlights the evolution of the stock car; the sports risks are noted in Speed and DangerŽ on Thursday; and Fridays The FamiliesŽ chronicles racings royalty.Tuesday7 p.m. on CBSNCIS: A bloody message makes this case a bloody mess for the NCIS team. A young sailor is found dead in an abandoned building in a seedy neighborhood. The team and the local police ini-tially suspect a drug overdose until Abby (Pauley Perrette) uncovers something written in blood on a mysterious card found at the scene. Tony (Mi-chael Weatherly) makes a personal connection with one of the cops on the case in Friends and Lovers.ŽWednesday8 p.m. on CBSCriminal Minds: Hes clever; gotta give him that. In Aftermath,Ž the profilers try to track down a serial rapist who thinks hes thrown everyone off his scent. First, he took six weeks off. Then when he started raping again, he went after women who were very different from his original victims. Elle (Lola Glaudini) makes a decision that could let the rapist slip through their fingers ... and send her career slipping through hers. LOCAL TVLISTINGS FORYOURHOMETOWNNEWSPAPER MOVIES MOVIES MOVIES MOVIES MOVIES MOVIES MOVIES Willis’final runis explosive Live Free or Die Hard starring Bruce Willis as Detective John McClane is a solid action movie. Subscribe to Gulf Breeze Gulf Breeze Ne Ne ws ws for two years and g g e e t t t t h h e e 3 3 r r d d y y e e a a r r F F R R E E E E ! ! F F R R E E E E ! ! 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If you enjoy music and a sunset over Pensacola Beach,check out the island’s latestaddition, “Sundays on theSound.” The weekly concertseries kicked off with Ooh LaLa playing at 5 p.m. onSunday, July 15 at theQuietwater Shell on TheBoardwalk. Concerts are pro-vided and organized by theSanta Rosa Island Authority. Future performers include Knee Deep July 29, Darren J.Trio for Aug. 5, and Kee Creektentatively sheduled for Aug.19. For more information call the Santa Rosa IslandAuthority events coordinatorat (850) 932-2257 or go to vis-itpensacolabeach.com.Artel exhibit continues Artel Gallery's "Working Together: CollaborativeEfforts" exhibit will runthrough August 10. This exhibit is sponsored by Harper and Pinzino IslandRealty and by Varona'sCatering. Artel is a not-for-profit educational gallery located at 505South Adams Street nearSeville Square and is openTuesday through Saturdayfrom 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Formore information call thegallery at 850 432-3080. Visit Artel's website at artel-gallery.org for more informa-tion. Navarre summercarnival July 28The Artists & Artisan’s Summer Carnival, being heldon July 28 at the E H PullumSenior Center in Navarre, willinclude entertainment by anumber of musical artists. Featured among those are the duo of Carey Colvin andGranger Helvey, country rockmusicians, singers and songwriters. Carey recorded herAward Winning Debut album“The Distance Wall” in 1997.Since then she has recordedseveral other CD’s and madenumerous personal appear-ances across the country, bothas a solo and in a duo formatwith her husband and musicalpartner, Granger Helvey. Originally from Washington D.C., the pair relocated to ourwarmer climes in 2003, andhave appeared at a number oflocal events since. The Seniors Association is very excited to have them per-forming at the carnival.Celebrate newbeginnings at BlueMorning GalleryBlue Morning Gallery is featuring the latest art work ofPauleene Smith a painter,Monique Webb, jeweler andChristine Chandler, photogra-pher. The name of the show is"Celebrating NewBeginnings," and will run July22 through August 25 with anopening reception from 5 to 8p.m. on July 27. Blue MorningGallery is located at 112Palafox Place, just north of theSaenger Theater. Gallery hours are 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday throughSaturday. You can also visit thegallery online at www.blue-morninggallery.com.Gallery nightopens PensacolabusinessOn July 20th come see the streets of downtown Pensacolafill with arts and culture forMidsummer Night’s Eve. TheArts Council of NWFLpre-sents the second of threeGallery Nights for 2007. Walkthe streets and explore the gal-leries, cultural organizations,businesses and shops showcasing a night of enlighteningworks of art, music and perfor-mance – all for free. Theevening’s activities begin at 5pm and end at 9pm. Leave your car in the Jefferson St. or Baylen St.parking garages and strolldown the streets, or if you pre-fer to ride rather than walk,Gallery Night’s participantsand sponsors are providingfree trolley service. Three airconditioned trolleys will bemaking stops directly in frontof or very close to each partic-ipant between 6pm and 9pm. The numbers on the map indicate the Trolley route,which corresponds with eachparticipant. Trolleys will beginat the corners of Palafox &Romana and Palafox &Garden, and will run the entireroute delivering you to the artsand culture destinations ofyour choosing. Explore theworld of artistic expressionsupplied by local, national, andeven worldly artists. The eventincludes more than 30 differentbusiness including: AMeansof Expression, Belmont Arts & Cultural Center, Artel Gallery,Blondies of Pensacola,Breaktime Espresso Café, BlueMorning Gallery, BayfrontLofts, Clay Metal & Stone,Distinctive Kitchens,Dollarhide’s Music Center,eat!, Edward Jones, Eranestine’s Blues & JazzCafé, Global Grill, Gulf CoastCommunity Bank, Jack &Ron’s Piano Bar, Jewler’sTrade Shop, PensacolaHistoric Museum, PensacolaMuseum of Art and manymore. GULF BREEZE NEWS (850) 932-8986 www.gulfbreezenews.com Fun & Games Gulf Breeze N E W S GULF BREEZE NEWS July 19, 2007 3B Solution, page 2B Solution, page 2B O O P P E E N N D D A A I I L L Y Y 1 1 2 2 : : 0 0 0 0 p p m m ( ( 8 8 5 5 0 0 ) ) 9 9 3 3 4 4 3 3 3 3 3 3 2 2Gulf Breeze, Hwy. 98 3.7 miles east of Pens. BeachExit NOW SHOWINGFriday July 20 ththrough Thursday July 26 th Buy tickets online @ WWW.MOVIESHOWTIME.NET Hairspray: PG.... ................................................1 1 : : 0 0 5 5 4 4 : : 0 0 5 5 7 7 : : 0 0 5 5 9 9 : : 4 4 0 0 I Now Pronounce You Chuck and Larry:PG-131 1 : : 2 2 5 5 3 3 : : 5 5 5 5 7 7 : : 2 2 0 0 9 9 : : 4 4 5 5 Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix:PG13 .........1 1 : : 0 0 0 0 2 2 : : 3 3 0 0 4 4 : : 0 0 0 0 5 5 : : 3 3 0 0 7 7 : : 0 0 0 0 8 8 : : 3 3 0 0 9 9 : : 5 5 5 5 Transformers:PG13 .............. ......................... 1 1 2 2 : : 3 3 0 0 3 3 : : 3 3 0 0 6 6 : : 3 3 0 0 9 9 : : 3 3 0 0 License to Wed:PG13 .............. ...................... 1 1 2 2 : : 4 4 5 5 3 3 : : 2 2 5 5 7 7 : : 1 1 5 5 9 9 : : 4 4 0 0 Ratatouille: G ................................................. 1 1 : : 3 3 0 0 4 4 : : 2 2 0 0 7 7 : : 0 0 0 0 9 9 : : 3 3 5 5 Live Free or Die Hard: PG13 .............................. 1 1 : : 0 0 0 0 3 3 : : 5 5 0 0 6 6 : : 4 4 5 5 9 9 : : 3 3 0 0 FREESUMMERKID SHOWS!This week we are showing Mons t er House and The P olar Express Doors open at 9:30AM. Movies start at 10:00AM. Seating is Limited. Movies show on Tues. Wed. and Thurs. FridayJuly 20th-ThursdayJuly 26th CINEMA4YOUR ARTHOUSEBY THE BEACH RELAX...REFRESH...RETURN GULFBREEZE www.gulfbreezecinema4.comJPNCINEMAS Live Oak PlazaHwy 98916-9402 Waitress(PG13) Daily at 1:00 4:00 7:00----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Sicko(PG13) Daily at 1:00 4:00 7:00------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------The Golden Door(PG13) Daily at 1:00 4:00 7:00------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------LaVie En Rose(PG13) Daily at 1:00 4:00 7:00------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------The Lives of Others(R) 7:00 only P LAN YOUR S UMMER Solution, page 2B Pensacola Beach to host Sunday concert series “Tropical Scene”by Pauleene Smith can be seen at the BlueMorning Gallery.Smith is originally from Corbin, Kentuckyand spent many years as an educator.The exhibit also fea-tures work from Monique Webb and Christine Chandler.

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Many who have spent time outdoors over the last fewweeks have felt the irritatingand sometime painful bite of ahungry mosquito. There are twomain variables which influencethe number of mosquitoes in thecountytemperature and mois-ture. Residential areas typicallyoffer an abundance of breedingsites. By just spending a few moments once a week policingoutside areas can dramaticallyreduce mosquito numbers, andthe risks associated with thepest. In the summer heat, it mayonly take 10-12 days for an eggto mature to an adult mosquito.By simply draining plant con-tainers, water collected on largeplant leaves such as bromeliads,outside toys, animal bowls, orany container that can holdwater for several days, residentscan stop the growth cycle. SantaRosa County Mosquito Controlalso asks residents to cleanleaves from their home’s gut-ters. While not a pleasant task,moist leaves and organic mattercan create the perfect mosquitobreeding area. Florida Agriculture and Consumer Services Commissioner Charles Bronsonis urging residents to preparefor a rise in mosquito breeding. Mosquito eggs from certain species can be very resilient,lying in wait for the next heavyrain for up to several years.When wet weather arrives, allthe eggs hatch at once, creatinga huge increase in the numberof pesky pests. Bronson says people need to keep that in mind and be readyfor a possible onslaught of mos-quitoes and with them thepotential for mosquito-borneillnesses. The Commissioner is urging horse owners to make sure thattheir animals are vaccinatedagainst two of the diseases --West Nile Virus (WNV) andEastern Equine Encephalitis(EEE). "So far there this year there have been no reports of humancases of mosquito-borne ill-nesses in Florida and we've hadfive EEE cases in horses com-pared with a high of 207 casesin 2003," Bronson said. "Wehaven't seen any West Nilecases either and I hope withproper protections we can con-tinue this trend." Mosquito borne disease, also known as arboviruses, includ-ing St. Louis Encephalitis,Eastern Equine Encephalitis,malaria and West Nile Virus are the main focus of mosquitocontrol in Florida. To helpreduce the risk of getting bittenby mosquitoes, residents shouldfollow the Four D's: DUSK to DAWN is the timeframe when mosquitoes aremost active. Reduce or elimi-nate outdoor activity betweendusk and dawn or take precau-tions to prevent mosquito bites. DRAIN standing water. Water found in old tires, flower-pots, clogged rain gutters, leakypipes and faucets, birdbaths andwading pools can be breedingsites for mosquitoes. DRESS in light colored long sleeves and pants whenyou are outside, especially inmosquito infested areas. DEET(N,N-diethyl-m-toluamide) if you are going to beoutside when mosquitoes aremost active, make sure youapply insect repellent that con-tains DEET. Spray bothexposed skin and clothing withrepellent when outdoors. "Florida's mosquito control districts have done a tremen-dous job with ongoing monitor-ing of mosquito populationsand taking action when neces-sary," Bronson said. "But ulti-mately, it is up to people to takesteps to protect themselves andtheir animals from mosquito-borne diseases." Across Florida, there are 56 mosquito control districts thatroutinely conduct proactivemosquito surveillance with spe-cific and effective research.They have improved methodsof controlling mosquitoes,improved identification of mos-quito species that transmit dis-ease, established procedures for the early detection of new mos-quitoes, and researched envi-ronmental factors that makemosquito disease outbreaksmore likely. For more information on mosquito-borne diseases andprevention, consumers can callthe Florida Department of Agriculture and ConsumerServices at 1-800-HELP-FLA(435-7352), or visit the depart-ment's web site athttp://www.doacs.state.fl.us.For more localized information,contact Santa Rosa CountyMosquito Control at (850) 981-7135. Sacred Heartannounces newfinance VPHugh DePaulis has joined Sacred Heart Hospital inPensacola asvice presidentof theFinanceDepartment.He comes toSacred Heartfrom St.Joseph'sMercyOakland Hospital, a 478-bedfacility in Pontiac, Mich.,where he was employed as acontroller since 2001. He alsowas employed as a controllerfor two years by St. JosephMercy Macomb (Trinity-Health) in Mt. Clemons, Mich. DePaulis earned his bachelor's degree in BusinessAdministration from EasternMichigan University in 1982.He has been employed in thefield of hospital finance since1986, when he began as asenior reimbursement analystat Detroit Receiving Hospital.He also was employed as a taxanalyst prior to entering thehealthcare arena. During his career, DePaulis has been credited with manyaccomplishments, includingimplementing a cost-savingsprogram that made St. JosephOakland a benchmark facility for cost containment; headingup a team that created an onlinefinancial reporting tool; andcreating a portfolio analysistool to allow for financialanalysis of service lines,Diagnostic Related Groups(DRGs), patient type, attendingphysician, and more.Naval Hospitaloffers school physicals The Pediatrics Department at Naval Hospital Pensacola issetting aside a Thursday after-noon this month for appoint-ment-only school physicals forits enrolled TRICARE-Primecustomers. School-physicalappointments for students inEscambia and Santa Rosacounties in Florida; andBaldwin County, Ala., will bebetween the hours of 1-4 p.m.on Thursday July 26. Appointments may be scheduled by calling the hospi-tal¹s Appointment Line at (850)505-7171. For information specifying state-approved forms contactthe County Health or Board ofEducation departments.GoldenCareexplores roboticsurgeryGulf Breeze Hospital GoldenCare will present a seminar on robotic surgery, July 24,beginning at 7:30 a.m. in thehospital’s cafeteria. Robotic surgery is redefining the way doctors providetreatment in the operatingroom. Baptist Health Care isnow utilizing the da Vinci SHD Surgical System to providepatients with an alternative toboth traditional open surgeryand conventional laparoscopy.This state-of-the-art technolo-gy enables surgeons to performsome of the most complex anddelicate procedures throughthimble-sized incisions withunmatched precision. Patientbenefits of robotic surgeryinclude less pain, less bloodloss, less scarring, a shorterrecovery time and a fasterreturn to normal daily activi-ties. For reservations, please call (850) 469-7897. Learn to cope withgrief and lossCovenant Hospice will offer a free coping with grief andloss seminar from 1 p.m. to 3p.m. Tuesday, July 17 at BayBreeze Retirement Center,located at 3375 Gulf BreezeParkway. Those who attend will learn methods of coping with grief,how to work through a loss,and will gain an understandingof the grief process. 4B July 19, 2007 GULF BREEZE NEWS GULF BREEZE NEWS (850) 932-8986 www.gulfbreezenews.com Health Gulf Breeze N E W S H EALTHBRIEFS Minimize your mosquito risk this summer WEBYis now theMOSTPOWERFULAM radio stationon theGulf Coast betweenNew Orleans and Tampa! i ef t h at I cou ld d e. So I c h ose rea l w ere d , exp l aine d , v ery happy . y wis h. wh at s. M.D. gu l fcoastp l asticsurgery.co m | Gu l f Breeze: Porto“no Me d ica l Spa € 9 3 4 -88 93 Pensaco l a: 543-A Fontaine Street € 4 7 6 -322 3 | T h e S k in Care Center € 543-B Fontaine St. €474-0 1 5 5 Illustration by Franklin Hayes/Gulf Breeze News Mosquitoes are known to carry St.Louis Encephalitis, Eastern Equine Encephalitis, malariaand West Nile Virus. Catch health problems before they catch you Karen Murphy/Gulf Breeze News On July 3, Life LineScreening set up shop at theCabana Club on PensacolaBeach.Christy Sheets, right,files paper work for patients.For $129 the company ranmedical tests for stroke,Abdominal Aortic Aneurysm(AAA), Peripheral ArterialDisease(PAD) and osteo-porosis.Patients could alsopay $109 for three screen-ings for stroke/carotid arterydisease, AAA and PAD orhardening of the arteries.The next stop for Life Line isFirst United MethodistChurch in Pensacola July 17and First United MethodistChurch in Bay Minette, Ala.the next day.For more infor-mation, visit Life Line onlineat www.lifelinescreening.com. DePaulis FROMSTAFFREPORTS Gulf Breeze Newsnews@gulfbreezenews.com

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The Argentinian rugby team, the Pumas, will head back home thisweek after spending the past threeweeks training at the AndrewsInstitute in preparation for theWorld Cup in September in France. “We’ve been working very hard. They (Andrews Institutestaff) are very wise,” saidArgentinian head coachMarcelo Loffreda. The Pumas, currently ranked sixth in the International RugbyBoard rankings, have beenworking under the auspices ofJoe Gomez with AthletesPerformance. Six days a week,the squad has been doing lowerand upper body work, as well asaerobics and strength training.Gomez will spend a couple ofweeks back in Argentina withthe Pumas before they embarkto France for the World Cup. The Pumas are in one of the toughest groups in the 20-teamtournament, getting host Francein the first match Sept. 7. “We have a lot of confidence in the system they use. We’re going to maintain that system,”Loffreda said. “This is one ofthe best places in the world (fortraining). I’d like tocongratulate Alex Lincoln hehas a great team.” “We built this facility for this type of event,” said Lincoln,Director of AthleticPerformance, adding that theAndrews Institute landed thePumas in part due their affiliation with Adidas. “That relationship carries a lot of weight internationally,” Lincolnsaid. “They sent their strength andconditioning coach over and hefell in love with it. Hopefully, they’ll do well in the World Cup -that’ll add weight to it.” Andrews was also in attendance during the team’s‘Media Day’July 11. www.gulfbreezenews.com (850) 932-8986 GULF BREEZE NEWS S S p p o o r r t t s s B B r r i i e e f f s s Tides Quarterback Clubselling stadiumseats to parentsParents of GBHS football players and cheerleaders cannow purchase the best seats inthe house for the five Fridaynight home games. Season seats are $50 without a gate pass and $80 with a gatepass. Please emailshelley.mann@mchsi.com forpayment information. Seatsales will be available to allDolphin fans beginning July 27. Proceeds support the football and cheerleadingprograms at GBHS. Tiger Point soccersignups to endSaturdayTiger Point Park will hold its final day of soccer signupsSaturday July 21 from 9 a.m.-2 p.m. Cost is $70 per childage 4-14. Scholarships are available and a spanish interpreter willalso be on hand. For more information or to have an application sent toyou, call 934-9984.Gulf BreezeDolphin VolleyballSummer CampJuly 23-26Gulf Breeze Head Coach Waynn Sellers will be hostingthe second annual DolphinVolleyball Camp at GulfBreeze High School, July 23-26 for Grades 4-12. The camp is directed by Sellers and all coaches havecollege playing and/orcoaching experience. Earlyregistration is recommended;register by Sat., June 23 to • See Briefs, Page 6C • See Rugby, Page 3C Section CYOUR COMMUNITY NEWSPAPERJuly 19, 2007 Pensacola Bay EntranceJuly 19-25Th 19High 11:51 AM, Low 9:27 PMF 20High 4:36 AM, Low 7:37 PM Sa 21High 4:03 AM, Low 3:48 PMSu 22High 4:05 AM, Low 4:02 PMM 23High 4:29 AM, Low 4:46 PMTu 24High 5:10 AM, Low 5:43 PMW 25High 6:04 AM, Low 6:42 PM Navarre Beach July 19-25Th 19High 11:07 AM, Low 7:35 PMF 20High 3:52 AM, Low 5:45 PM Sa 21High 3:19 AM, Low 1:56 PMSu 22High 3:21 AM, Low 2:10 PMM 23High 3:45 AM, Low 2:54 PMTu 24High 4:26 AM, Low 3:51 PMW 25High 5:20 AM, Low 4:50 PM Milton,Blackwater RiverJuly 19-25Th 19Low 12:42 AM, High 2:54 PM, Low 11:48 PMF 20High 7:39 AM, Low 9:58 PM Sa 21High 7:06 AM, Low 6:09 PMSu 22High 7:08 AM, Low 6:23 PMM 23High 7:32 AM, Low 7:07 PMTu 24High 8:13 AM, Low 8:04 PMW 25High 9:07 AM, Low 9:03 PM GBHS cheerleaders earn honors at camp, See Page 2C Jason Thompson/Gulf Breeze NewsBack to back The GBSA U9 All Stars blanked FossilPark 14-0 to win the Dizzy Dean Florida State Championship July 9 at Shoreline Park.Theyare (front, from left):Julian Gordon, Sam Joyce, Matthew deMahy, Jace Amberson and Wade Niles.Second row (from left):CoreyNolan, Blake Fournie, Zane Gill, Nick Liebig, Bradley Proctor and AdamColston.Back (from left):Coaches Tim Proctor, JamieColston, Jeff Gill and Terence Joyce.The Wave won the state title as 8-year-olds and finished fourth at the DizzyDean World Ser ies. GB 9’s repeat as state champs Professionals you can count on for results!The Winning Team Mark Lee BROKER/REALTOR®Cell 850.261.1996 l info@markleerealty.com Boardwalk l 400 Quietwater Beach Rd. l Pensacola Beach, FL l 850.916.5050 Cherry Fitch REALTOR®Cell 850 723 9723 l cherry.fitch@mchsi.com MLS329625 l 835 TANGLEWOODDRIVE PENSACOLA, FL l 4BD l 4½BA l 5,800SF Bayou-front MahoganyMedia Room Italian Tile Balconies A A w w e e s s o o m m e e ! ! $1,950,000MLS329262 l 721 PENSACOLABEACHBLVD. # 1202PENSACOLABEACH, FL l 3BD l 3BA l 2,100SF 300degree views of Gulf, LittleSabine and Sound 12 th floor sky residence V erandas $1,095,000 New Listing New Listing New Listing New Listing For the second consecutive year, the GBSA9-year-old AllStars won the Dizzy Dean statechampionship, hammering FossilPark 14-0 July 9 at Shoreline Park. Gulf Breeze outscored their three opponents by a combinedscore of 32-2. They’ll play inthe Dizzy Dean World Series,which starts July 27 inSouthaven, Miss. The then 8-year-olds took fourth at the World Series last year. Zane Gill threw a four-hit shutout in the championshipgame, striking out four. He didnot walk a batter. Gill also singled, doubled and tripled, drove in three and scoredthree runs. Jace Ambersonscored three times, while SamJoyce and Adam Colston bothscored twice. Joyce also added atriple in the win. Pinellas Park U7s 18, Gulf Breeze 5 Afour-run second inning got Gulf Breeze without 10-4 beforePinellas Park tacked on three inthe third and five in the fourth towin the state championship July 9. Matthew Hawkins went 2for-3 and scored once, whileJosh Hoffman was 2-for-2 andscored a run. GBSA’s 7s finish asstate runners up Sixth-ranked Pumasplay host France inWorld Cup openerin September BYJASONTHOMPSON Gulf Breeze News jason@gulfbreezenews.com BYJASONTHOMPSON Gulf Breeze News jason@gulfbreezenews.com • See GBSA, Page 4C Argentinian rugby team visits Andrews Institute JasonThompson/Gulf Breeze NewsHappy campers Dr.James Andrews (with tie) poses with the Argentinian rugby team last week at the Andrews Institute.The Pumas, currentlyranked sixth in the world, were in town for about two weeks preparing for the World Cup inSeptember.

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GULF BREEZE NEWS (850) 932-8986 www.gulfbreezenews.com SportsGulf Breeze N E W S 2C July 19, 2007 GULF BREEZE NEWS Photo courtesy of Debbie MorganCheer camp champs The GBHS varsity cheerleading squad brought home several awards at the recent Universal Cheerleading Association camp atUWF.They are (front, from left):Kadee Kennedy, Sarah Morgan, Brittany Loudon, Sarah Hyman and Chrissy Helvenston.Secondrow (from left):Kari Stephenson, Natalie Landry, Kady Reeves, Elise Fromularo, Maci deMahy, Casey Redish and BayleighBoles.Third row (from left) Elizabeth Niles, Maggie Clark, GBHScheerleading advisor AmyAskegren and Amanda Bennett. Photo courtesy of Debbie MorganUCA All Stars GBHS JV cheerleader Margaret Pagonis (far left), along with varsity cheerleaders ChrissyHelvenston, KariStephenson and Maci deMahy were all selected as UCA All Stars.All of themhave the opportunity to cheer in a New Year’s Day parade in London. Photo courtesy of Debbie MorganDecorated freshmen The GBHS ninth grade squad won first place in camp cheer and first for extreme routines at therecent UCA camp at UWF. RELEASE OF PREMIER HOMESITESWaterdance is a beautiful, unspoiled private community located on the Highlands-Cashiers Plateau along the Tuckasegee River in the Blue Ridge Mountains of North Carolina. High Elevation, Long Range Views, River Front and Creek Front homesites available. rrsWWWWATERDANCENCCOMQuintessential Mountain Living HighVision, LLC Stay on the linefor ahealthier Florida! BRFSS calling? Twenty minutes of your time could helpmake your community healthier!The Florida Department of Health is currentlyconducting the Behavioral Risk Factor SurveillanceSystem (BRFSS) survey in your area. The BRFSS isthe worlds largest, on-going telephone healthsurvey tracking health conditions and behaviors. The survey is anonymous and random. For more information, visitwww.cdc.gov/brfss Member FDICEqual Opportunity Lender Gulf Breeze Wave 9 year olds are heading to the WORLDSERIES! To help sponsor this team, call Sports Connection at 916-0448 Gulf Breeze High cheerleadersexcel at UWF camp The Tiger Point 8-year-old All Star team got off to a strongstart at the Dizzy Dean StateTournament this past weekendin Seminole, winning all four ofits pool play games. Tiger Point won their sixteam pool and received a firstround bye in the single elimina-tion portion of the tournament,which began Monday. Arecapfrom that half of the tournamentwill be in the July 26 issue ofthe Gulf Breeze News. Tiger Point 18,Crestview 10 The Tigers rallied from an 81 deficit, scoring five in thefourth and seven in the fifth tobeat Crestview Saturday. Stephen Huggins and Nicholas Myers both had fourhits and scored three times,while Jack Martin had four hitsand scored twice. Nico Ynostrosa and James Parsons both had three hits,while Bryan Richards, TrevorRobinson, Konner Flynn andHayden Essary all had two hits. Ynostrosa, Flynn and Richards all scored twice in the win. Tiger Point 19,Brent 17 Parsons’three-run homer keyed a seven-run fourth inning asTiger Point edged Brent Saturday. Parsons went 4-for-4 with two doubles and scored three times,while Martin went 4-for-4 andscored four times and Richards4-for-4 and scored twice. Huggins and R.J. Philips both went 3-for-4, while Flynn,Myers, Dustin Rogers andAndrew Dorsey all had two hits. Huggins, Flynn and Myers all scored twice in the win. BYJASONTHOMPSON Gulf Breeze News jason@gulfbreezenews.com BYJASONTHOMPSON Gulf Breeze News jason@gulfbreezenews.com TP8 yearolds offto strongstart atstate• See T Point, Page 5C The Gulf Breeze High cheerleading program almostneeded another vehicle to haulback all the hardware they wonat a recent UniversityCheerleading Association campat the University of West Florida. The varsity squad won first place for camp cheer and wassecond in extreme routines atthe four-day camp. They alsowon the Most Spirit Award forthe entire camp. The squadincludes: Amanda Bennett,Bayleigh Boles, Maggie Clark,Maci deMahy, Elise Fromularo,Chrissy Helvenston, SarahHyman, Kadee Kennedy(captain), Natalie Landry,Brittany Loudon (captain),Sarah Morgan (captain),Elizabeth Niles, Casey Redish,Kady Reeves and KariStephenson. The junior varsity squad won first place for camp cheer andwas first in extreme routines.The squad includes: AlexaBooth (co-captain), MichelleBremer, Elizabeth Dixon,Kayla James, Taylor Johnson,Colleen Mason, KassidyMilani, Margaret Pagonis(captain), Ashley Painter,Roberta Roby, DylanThreadgill and Ashley Wilson. The ninth grade squad won first place for camp cheer andfirst place in extreme routine.The squad includes: BrianneBeyers, Torrie Carroll, MeredithChavers, Emily Craven, NatalieDavis, Alayna Hayes, EmilyRetherford, Reagan Threadgilland Lacey Webb. Morgan received an application to join the UCAstaff, while Stephenson wasnamed a UCAAll Star and wonthe jump contest. deMahy,Helvenston and Pagonis werealso named UCAAll Stars. Four cheerleadersnamed UCAAllStars; Stephensonwins Jump Contest,Morgan earns UCAstaff invitation

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“This is a big boost for them,” said Andrews, whohopes that their visit will createa snowball effect, with otherteams coming to Gulf Breeze todo preseason training. Andrews said they’re in preliminary talks with an NBAteam to do their preseasonworkouts there. He said there’sisn’t another facility with thatcombines all the facets that theAndrews Institute does. “If someone gets hurt or needs medical attention, theygot it all right here,” he said. The players have taken full advantage of the facility.“We’re learning a lot,” saidhalfback Nicholas FernandezMiranda. “We’re improving ourfitness. We’re doing very goodthings here. I feel we’re betterprepared for the World Cup.” SportsGulf Breeze N E W S GULF BREEZE NEWS July 19, 2007 3C GULF BREEZE NEWS (850) 932-8986 www.gulfbreezenews.com Jason Thompson/Gulf Breeze News Argentinian rugby coach Marcelo Loffreda (right) looks on as players work out at the Andrews Institute last week. Jason Thompson/Gulf Breeze News The Pumas wind down with a little basketball last week at theAndrews Institute. Jason Thompson/Gulf Breeze NewsPaper or plastic? Members of the Bayside Storm U-15 soccer team bagged groceries at Bruno’s last weekendto raise funds to play in this week’s USACup in Minnesota. Continued from Page 1C ·Home Cooked Meals·Linen and Housekeeping Service ·24 Hour Staff and Security ·Activities Program·Respite &Day Care934-1061 Conveniently located in the heart of Gulf Breeze behind Cancun’s Restaurant · 110 Bed Assisted Living/RetirementCommunity ·Locally Owned and Operatedwww.villasgulfbreeze.comAL#9664 at Gulf Breeze LicensedandInsuredState Certified ResidentialRD5986 Cell: 712-0187 Fax.: 932-8794 PROPERTYAPPRAISALS Greg Papajohn International RugbyBoard rankings1 NEW ZEALAND 93.30* 2 AUSTRALIA 87.12* 3 FRANCE 85.66* 4 SOUTH AFRICA 84.85* 5 IRELAND 82.52* 6 ARGENTINA 82.43*7 ENGLAND 78.93* 8 WALES 76.26* 9 ITALY 75.53* 10 SAMOA 74.97* 11 SCOTLAND 73.94* 12 FIJI 70.52* 13 CANADA 70.06* 14 TONGA 67.52* 15 USA 67.20*16 ROMANIA 66.79* 17 GEORGIA 66.38* 18 JAPAN 65.85* 19 RUSSIA 64.37 20 URUGUAY 63.29 21 PORTUGAL 62.03* 22 SPAIN 59.49 23 CHILE 59.27 24 KOREA 58.02 25 NAMIBIA 57.15* * World Cup Qualifiers RUGBY: Pumas prepare for World Cup

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NO PROBLEM.schneiderjobs.com1-800-44-PRIDE • 1-800-447-7433 • Company-provided CDL training for quali Þ ed candidates • $33,500-$60,500 (depending on experience) • Low-cost medical and dental insurance Photo courtesy of Jack WilliamsT eam Superstars champions Dave Bernstein (left) and Dave Barnes were the winners ofthe 21st annual Team Superstars Competition recently atSeville Quarter.The pair won the bowling and pool competi-tions, while placing in basketball, tennis and golf.David Roweand Thane Taylor were second, while Jerry Clark and BrentPursley took third and Jack Williams and Tom McVoy placedfourth.A total of 16 teams competed. Photo courtesy of Steve VioletteStroke, stroke, stroke Morgan Tibbs competes in a breaststroke in the recent Sanborn Inviational at The Club.Tibbs will swim for Florida Gulf Coastthis season.Look for results from the Sanborn meet in a future issue of the Gulf Breeze News. GBHS freshman-to-be Aber Wilson was the fastest GulfBreeze resident in the recentFirecracker 5K race at SevilleQuarter inPensacola. Results from all local residents are as follows:Ronald McDonald HouseFirecracker 5KPensacola,FL 7/4/2007OVERALL 5K RUN RESULTS 27 Aber Wilson 13 19:0432 Drake Shepard 51 19:19 34 Davis Thomas 16 19:2542 William Thomas 17 19:47 84 George Defoy 44 21:3185 Lisa Fairbanks 47 21:33 109 Candace Knowles 18 22:35 116 David Ratliff 34 22:43 122 Charlie Toner 43 22:54 134 Colin Culkin 23 23:23 152 Tim Dean 35 23:51155 Laura Harpole 13 23:54 169 Rick Rheaume 49 24:22186 Ronald Laborde 23 24:47 193 Jo Anne Donatella 47 24:52194 Jeff Boulton 43 24:53 200 Jeffrey Byrd 47 25:08 230 Katrina Medve 37 25:58 285 Danny Turner 63 27:32 290 Heather Haney 15 27:36 297 Steve Holcomb 54 27:42328 Brynne Heatley 15 28:25 389 Kyle Rutledge 8 30:01 391 Josh Rutledge 10 30:04 398 Chris Rutledge 40 30:21402 Justin Smith 19 30:35 411 Bill Adair 57 30:41 424 Tina Hunt 39 30:57 430 Enid Wilson 41 31:04437 Frances Rizor 24 31:24 438 Nicole Smith 37 31:28 442 Steve Marcanio 46 31:33 443 Chase Marcanio 13 31:34 450 Rich Mandes 50 31:53457 Stephanie Alexander 33 32:14 460 Jim Harpole 44 32:23 469 Jack Cerone 64 32:53 545 Scott Goette 42 35:54 550 Judy Turner 64 36:13 559 Linda Carlson 66 36:45 568 Jay Johnson 23 37:17 569 Rex Cason 47 37:19 574 Mari Marcanio 46 37:39 580 Jessica Mink 27 37:50 581 Stevie Durbin 24 37:56 583 Doris Mink 54 37:58 592 Karen Owen 49 38:37630 Rachel Johnson 26 42:42 631 Katie Kehoe 36 42:43 632 Kim Dellinger 37 42:43 668 Jacquelyn Boulton 15 59:19 OVERALL 5K WALK RESULTS 18 Raie Marcanio 69 40:29 31 Anthony Olmsted 50 43:42 32 Regina Gann 60 43:52 34 Jimmy Gann 57 43:5339 Pam Keen 51 44:18 82 Katy Dean 36 50:3 108 Sheila Ivie 48 53:43 120 Cori Linville 18 57:16121 Jessica Boulton 18 57:20 124 Donna Boulton 59 57:25 Wilson leads Breezers at Firecracker 5K Run Finishes 5K run in19:04 Florida is short 20,000 teachers due to a surge in stu-dents, a spike in teacher retire-ments and a slash in class sizes. To increase teacher numbers, Pensacola Junior College offersEducator Preparation Institutesorientations at its three campuses. Q&Asessions are scheduled for 6 p.m. at all locations: Monday, Aug. 6, Pensacola campus, Building2100, Room 2142. Tuesday, Aug. 7, Milton campus, Building 4900, Room4902. Wednesday, Aug. 8, Warrington campus, Building3700, Room 3729. EPIs provide competencybased instruction for bachelor'sdegree holders that leads totemporary and full teachercertification. PJC offers the state-approved competency-basedAlternative Certification Programfor people who already hold non-education bachelors’degrees. The institutes also provide professional development forteachers, training for substituteteachers and paraprofessionalinstruction. For more information, contact Hollace Craven at 484-2074, hcraven@pjc.edu, orGinger Elliott at 484-2075,velliott@pjc.edu. Got a bachelor’s?PJC showsyou how to be a teacher Robyn Philips/Gulf Breeze NewsT uf fy shows of f its true colors A Real American Quarter Horse Hero is ridden by Jill Hayes,Milton to kickoff a Saturday Pensacola Pelican game.Tuffy isthe first horse enrolled as an official student in a public schooland East Milton Elementary claims that win! To learn morecall the Santa Rosa Educational Foundation at (850) 983-5043, or visit the website:www.gotuffygo.com

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guarantee shirt size requested. Times are as follows: 8:00 a.m. – 11:00 a.m. Fundamental Skills Session,Grades 4-8 will be forBeginner and IntermediateSkills. $60 fee includes t-shirt. 12:00 p.m. – 3:00 p.m. Advanced Skills Session,Grades 8-12 requires approvalof Coach Sellers; contactCoach Sellers directly atBoyzrule62955@yahoo.comor call 932-7682. Cost is $75,which includes a free t-shirt. The goal of this camp is teach both the fundamentalsof volleyball as well asadvanced techniques forplayers interested inenhancing their personal skilllevel. Any player whoregisters the day of campshould come to the morningsession Monday, July 23, forevaluation and placement. Registration forms are available at GBHS AthleticDepartment, Gulf Breeze Rec Center or by mail or e-mail bycontacting Gulf BreezeBooster Club Secretary, JenniKoontz at 934-5376 orjwkoontz510@yahoo.com. GBHS WrestlingCamp August 2-3Former U.S. Olympic WrestlingCoach Rob Hermanwill be the featured guest forthe 2007 Dolphin WrestlingCamp August 2-3 from 9 a.m.-12:30 p.m. in the Multi PurposeRoom. Cost for the camp is $50 per person. For more infor-mation, call Matt Alt at 554-5974.GBSAvolleyballregistrationthrough August 17Registration for the 2007 GBSAvolleyball season isgoing on now through August17 at the RecCenter. Girls in grade five through eight are eligible. For moreinformation, call the RecCenter at 934-5140. GULF BREEZE NEWS July 19, 2007 7C GULF BREEZE NEWS (850) 932-8986 www.gulfbreezenews.com Home and GardenGulf Breeze N E W S Advertise today! Call 932-8986 BRIEFS € The donation is tax deductible.€ Pick-up is free.€ We take care of all the paperwork. 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Visit www.UllmanEye.com Read why over 100 Doctors have chosen Dr.Ullman for their surgery. 9400 University Parkway,Suite 302(850)208-1900 Continued from Page 1 C The summer heat has arrived. High temperatures can bestressful on our colorful annualand perennial plants causingmany to diminish in vigor andbeauty. Even though it’s hotoutside, take the time to takecare of your flowering plants. Good maintenance includes regular fertilization, watering,pruning and weeding. Many beds deteriorate simply because the flowering plants arestarving. Our typical sandy soilsdon’t have the ability to storelarge amounts of somenutrients, especially nitrogenand potassium. After four to sixweeks of waterings, most ofthese two nutrients have beendepleted. Plants usually grow much better with a continuous nutrientsupply. Controlled-releasefertilizers like Osmocote,Nutricote, Dynamite and otherstend to be more costly, but thenutrients in them are slowly andsteadily delivered to the plantsover an extended period ofseveral months. If you aren’tusing controlled releasefertilizers, then monthlyapplications of a granularfertilizer may be necessary. Established beds should be watered on an “as needed”basis. Wilting will reduceflowering on many plants andshould not be allowed tohappen. The frequency ofirrigation will depend on yoursoil type, exposure to sunlight,the plant species and thetemperature. While we tend not to recommend daily watering,some annuals growing in fullsun during the summer mayrequire daily watering. Always water during the early morning hours, rather thanin the afternoon and evenings.This helps to reduce theincidence of flower, stem andleaf diseases. Avoid overheadwatering if possible. Deliveringwatering to the roots through amicroirrigation system, forexample, is a preferred method. Good pruning practices can also help to keep flower bedsvigorous. Many gardeners usethe term “deadheading” to referto the removal of old flowers assoon as they begin to deteriorate. The goal of many flowering annuals and perennials is toreproduce themselves. Once thishas been accomplished throughseed production, plants changephysiologically. Often thegrowth rate and flowering forthe remainder of the season ceases or is greatly reduced. Deadheading prevents the plants from producing seed andshutting down. Once old flowersare removed, the plants growagain in order to flower. Thisprocess can continue throughoutthe summer with well adaptedflowering annuals and perennials. The procedure is simple. Wait until flower spikes orindividual flowers start todecline and then pinch or pruneoff the spent blooms. Enjoy theflowers during their peak, butdon’t wait too long to deadhead.Once seed set occurs, thedepletion of the plant’s storedenergy begins. Leave as much foliage on the plants as possible whendeadheading unless they havebecome extremely tall andunruly. In this case, they can becut back by one-third withoutserious damage. Some gardeners establish a routine of deadheading. Aftereach flush of bloom has faded,plants are cut back to removeold flowers and fertilized toencourage new growth. Thispractice can stimulate someflowering annuals andperennials to produce three orfour flushes of growth andcontinued flowering throughoutthe spring and summer. Weeds can become very competitive in summer flowers,and in most cases hand weedingis required. Though there are afew herbicides that can help,extreme care must be taken inthe selection and use of theseproducts during the hot weather. Evaluate all flower beds before beginning a summermaintenance program, makingsure that you are expendingefforts on truly warm seasonplants. Some, such assnapdragons, dianthus,carnations and pansies are coolseason plants and no amount ofcare will help them to overcomesummer temperatures. On theother hand, zinnias, marigolds,salvia and the tropicalperennials will return yourefforts many times over. Ther esa Friday is the Residential Hor ticultur e Extension Agent for Santa Rosa County . The use of trade names, if used in this ar ticle, is solely for the purpose of pr oviding specific information. It is not a guarantee, war ranty , or endorsement of the pr oduct name(s) and does not signify that they ar e appr oved to the exclusion of others. For additional information about all of the county extension ser vices and other ar ticles of inter est go to: http://www .san tar osa.fl.gov/extension Flowering plants requirecare during the summerBYTHERESAFRIDAY Extension Horticulture AgentSanta Rosa County Indulge your sweet tooth with this fast, no-bake recipefor chocolate cookies. TOTALTIME: 10 minutes plus chilling time MAKES: 9 cookies3 ounces semisweet chocolate2 cups crispy rice cereal2 graham crackers (5 inches by 2 1/2-inches each), brokeninto small pieces 1. Line cookie sheet with waxed paper. In 2-quartmicrowave-safe bowl, heatchocolate in microwave ovenon High 1 to 1 1/2 minutes or until melted, stirring once. Addcereal and crackers; stir untilcoated. 2. Drop mixture by 1/3 cups onto lined cookie sheet. Withfingertips, shape mixture toform rounded mound ifnecessary. Refrigerate cookies30 minutes to set. Store cookiesin tightly covered container atroom temperature. Each serving: About 85 calories, 1 g protein, 14 gcarbohydrate, 3 g total fat (2 gsaturated), 1 g fiber, 0 mgcholesterol, 65 mg sodium. Arecipe for No-BakeChocolate Crackles

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GULF BREEZE NEWS (850) 932-8986 www.gulfbreezenews.com 8C July 19, 2007 GULF BREEZE NEWS SchoolsGulf Breeze N E W S Since 1979 MLS# 319575$179,900Cell:850-384-7607www .denrem.com denrem@denrem.comNewly Remodeled End Unit #A242 BR / 2 BALocated in Gulf Breeze Proper! Close to Beaches, Shopping & Schools!Custom Cabinets, Granite Counter Tops!MUST SEE! Dont Miss This One!!!Residential and Commercial Mr . McCormick goes to W ashington GBHS junior BillyMcCormick worked as apage in the U.S.Senate,sponsored by SenateMajorityLeader Harry Reidof Nevada.Billy served inthe first session of Summer2007 ending on June 29,2007.The highlight of histenure in Washington, D.C.,was attending theCongressional Picnic at theWhite House where he metPresident Bush.Billy alsoattended the IllinoisCongressional Breakfastwhere he met Senator DickDurbin and Senator BarackObama.Billy is the son ofGeorge and MargaretMcCormick of Gulf Breeze.Submitted Photos

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Last month, while visiting my doctor's office in the Tiger Pointarea, I looked out the door at therear of the building just in time tosee a 12 to 14-inch long snakeleisurely making it way across theflagstones and grass outside. Iknew it was probably a harmlessBlacksnake (we called them cornsnakes up home), but it lookedinteresting. I called to the nurses at the nearby desk, and they joined me,then the nurse carrying my testresults appeared. When she sawthe snake, she called three othersfrom the front office to comelook. Everyone stood there emit-ting various muffled shrieks andsounds of dismay. Of course, thisreminded me of a similar occa-sion in my past. In his early teens, my second son was an avid collector ofsnakes, some of which he caughtin the nearby woods. Others hebought at a pet shop near school.We had a large, stone garagelocated well away from the house,so he kept his harmless pets therein wooden cages and boxes. Our nearest neighbors, an elderly couple, had two live-inmaids who took care of them. Butthe maids themselves were get-ting on in years, and very easilyfrightened. One morning as I opened the garage to get the car, two snakesswiftly slithered past me throughthe door. I had no idea how theyhad gotten loose, but I knew onehad been recently purchased withmy son's allowance, and I knew itwould be sorely missed. Igrabbed my shopping bag and anearby hockey stick and startedchasing them around the yard,hoping to catch them and dropthem in the bag. The maids, although still on their own property, were screamingin fright, and telling me, “You’regoing to get killed! They’ll bite youand you'll be dead!” Well, luckily I managed to get he snakes into the bag and backin their little homes in the garage.I have to admit that, once I hadthe snakes on the stick, I heldthem up higher than necessary toshow the maids how brave I was.When both were in the bag, Iclosed the top with a clothespin.Then I jumped in the car and tookoff for the market. Being a mother of boys, one must always be ready to cope, butit’s nice to have an audiencewhen you show that you can risethe the occasion. I’m sure if Evehad had a hockey stick, that snakein the Garden would have been introuble. *********Did you realize that your body is not designed to sit all day?Regular physical activity gets ourheart pumping and burns calories.It also helps maintain bone mass,muscles and joint flexibility.Exercise uses energy, but it alsoboosts the energy you have forthe rest of the day. And, the ener-gy you use also helps eliminatenegative emotions. This advice, from the Mayo Clinic, is advice from the best.Get up and get moving! **********Do you remember to fasten your seat belt every time youdrive or ride even a short dis-tance? Statistics show that 3 outof 4 crashes resulting in deathoccur within 25 miles of home. Do you think it takes too long to fasten the belt? It takes anaverage of three seconds. Do you think it is better to be thrown from your car if you arein a serious collision? Wrong.Four out of five people ejectedfrom a vehicle in an accident die. Add to the above the medical and insurance costs and the points –––––––––––––––––– NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED NOTICE IS HEREBYGIVEN THAT VENUS 1LLC holder of the follow-ing Tax Sale Certificatehas filed said TaxCertificate for the TaxDeed to be issued there-on.The CertificateNumber and year ofIssuance, theDescription of property,and Name(s) in which itis assessed is as fol-lows:Certificate Number:2139 Year of Issuance:2005Description of Property:PROPERTYDESCRIBED IN ORBOOK 2251 PG 1556 Parcel ID:04-2S-26-0000-02100-0000Name in whichAssessed:ALVIN LTOLBERT, VIRGINIA ATOLBERTAll of the above proper-ty is located in SantaRosa County, In theState of Florida.Unless such certificateshall be redeemedaccording to Law, theProperty described insuch Certificate will besold to the HighestBidder, at the east endlobby of the CountyAdministrative Complexat 6495 Caroline St.,Milton, Florida on the27th day of August,2007 at 12:00 noon.Dated this the 3rd day ofJuly, 2007. Mary M.Johnson Clerk of the Circuit Court of Santa Rosa County, Florida –––––––––––––––––– NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED NOTICE IS HEREBYGIVEN THAT VENUS 1LLC holder of the follow-ing Tax Sale Certificatehas filed said TaxCertificate for the TaxDeed to be issued there-on.The CertificateNumber and year ofIssuance, theDescription of property,and Name(s) in which itis assessed is as fol-lows:Certificate Number:2494 Year of Issuance:2005Description of Property:LT 7 BLK 179, HOLLEYBY THE SEA, AS DESIN OR BOOK 1583 PG1070 Parcel ID:18-2S-26-1920-17900-0070Name in whichAssessed:ROBERT JJOHNSON, DEBORAHL JOHNSONAll of the above proper-ty is located in SantaRosa County, In theState of Florida.Unless such certificateshall be redeemedaccording to Law, theProperty described insuch Certificate will besold to the HighestBidder, at the east endlobby of the CountyAdministrative Complexat 6495 Caroline St.,Milton, Florida on the27th day of August,2007 at 12:00 noon.Dated this the 3rd day ofJuly, 2007. Mary M.Johnson Clerk of the Circuit Court of Santa Rosa County, Florida –––––––––––––––––– NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED NOTICE IS HEREBYGIVEN THAT VENUS 1LLC holder of the fol-lowing Tax SaleCertificate has filed saidTax Certificate for theTax Deed to be issuedthereon.The CertificateNumber and year ofIssuance, theDescription of property,and Name(s) in which itis assessed is as fol-lows:Certificate Number:2195 Year of Issuance:2005Description of Property:PROPERTYDESCRIBED IN ORBOOK 1098 PG 772,LESS S 33' FOR RD,LESS ALL MIN RTS Parcel ID:10-2S-26-0000-00120-0000Name in whichAssessed:JAMES HAY-CRAFT, KAREN HAY-CRAFTAll of the above proper-ty is located in SantaRosa County, In theState of Florida.Unless such certificateshall be redeemedaccording to Law, theProperty described insuch Certificate will besold to the Highest Bidder, at the east endlobby of the CountyAdministrative Complexat 6495 Caroline St.,Milton, Florida on the27th day of August,2007 at 12:00 noon.Dated this the 3rd day ofJuly, 2007. Mary M.Johnson Clerk of the Circuit Court of Santa Rosa County, Florida –––––––––––––––––– NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED NOTICE IS HEREBYGIVEN THAT VENUS 1LLC holder of the follow-ing Tax Sale Certificatehas filed said TaxCertificate for the TaxDeed to be issued there-on.The CertificateNumber and year ofIssuance, theDescription of property,and Name(s) in which itis assessed is as fol-lows:Certificate Number:1601 Year of Issuance:2005Description of Property:PROPERTYDESCRIBED IN ORBOOK 1012 PG 710,LESS R/W Parcel ID:08-1N-29-0000-00206-0000Name in whichAssessed:ALICE APERRITT, LAVERNEHOWELL, LAUREL AHOWELLAll of the above proper-ty is located in SantaRosa County, In theState of Florida.Unless such certificateshall be redeemedaccording to Law, theProperty described insuch Certificate will besold to the HighestBidder, at the east endlobby of the CountyAdministrative Complexat 6495 Caroline St.,Milton, Florida on the27th day of August,2007 at 12:00 noon.Dated this the 3rd day ofJuly, 2007. Mary M.Johnson Clerk of the Circuit Court of Santa Rosa County, Florida –––––––––––––––––– NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED NOTICE IS HEREBYGIVEN THAT VENUS 1LLC holder of the follow-ing Tax Sale Certificatehas filed said TaxCertificate for the TaxDeed to be issued there-on.The CertificateNumber and year ofIssuance, theDescription of property,and Name(s) in which itis assessed is as fol-lows:Certificate Number:2512 Year of Issuance:2005Description of Property:LT 1 BLK 201, HOLLEYBY THE SEA, AS DESIN OR BOOK 1652 PG747 Parcel ID:18-2S-261920-20100-0010Name in whichAssessed:MATILDE RSTILLINGS, LE DEN-NIS STILLINGS All of the above property is located in SantaRosa County, In theState of Florida. Unless such certificate shall be redeemedaccording to Law, theProperty described insuch Certificate will besold to the HighestBidder, at the east endlobby of the CountyAdministrative Complexat 6495 Caroline St.,Milton, Florida on the27th day of August,2007 at 12:00 noon.Dated this the 3rd day ofJuly, 2007. Mary M.Johnson Clerk of the Circuit Court of Santa Rosa County, Florida –––––––––––––––––– NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED NOTICE IS HEREBYGIVEN THAT SATURN1 LLC holder of the fol-lowing Tax SaleCertificate has filed saidTax Certificate for theTax Deed to be issuedthereon.The CertificateNumber and year ofIssuance, theDescription of property,and Name(s) in which itis assessed is as fol-lows:Certificate Number:726 Year of Issuance:2005 Description of Property:PROPERTYDESCRIBED IN ORBOOK 743 PG 556,LESS OR BOOK 1001PG 563, LESS ALL MINRTS Parcel ID:19-1N-280000-00101-0000 Name in whichAssessed:DOROTHYM CLENNEY ESTATE All of the above property is located in SantaRosa County, In theState of Florida.Unless such certificateshall be redeemedaccording to La w , the Property described insuch Certificate will besold to the HighestBidder, at the east endlobby of the CountyAdministrative Complexat 6495 Caroline St.,Milton, Florida on the27th day of August,2007 at 12:00 noon.Dated this the 3rd day ofJuly, 2007. Mary M.Johnson Clerk of the Circuit Court of Santa Rosa County, Florida –––––––––––––––––– NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED NOTICE IS HEREBYGIVEN THAT SATURN1 LLC holder of the fol-lowing Tax SaleCertificate has filed saidTax Certificate for theTax Deed to be issuedthereon.The CertificateNumber and year ofIssuance, theDescription of property,and Name(s) in which itis assessed is as fol-lows:Certificate Number:308 Year of Issuance:2005Description of Property:PARCELS A & BDESCRIBED IN ORBOOK 1787 PG 1269 Parcel ID:33-2N-270000-00122-0000Name in whichAssessed:RICHARDWHITAKER, CHERYLWHITAKER All of the above property is located in SantaRosa County, In theState of Florida. Unless such certificate shall be redeemedaccording to Law, theProperty described insuch Certificate will besold to the HighestBidder, at the east endlobby of the CountyAdministrative Complexat 6495 Caroline St.,Milton, Florida on the27th day of August,2007 at 12:00 noon.Dated this the 3rd day ofJuly, 2007. Mary M.Johnson Clerk of the Circuit Court of Santa Rosa County, Florida –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED NOTICE IS HEREBYGIVEN THAT THOMASN OR LINDA J WHITE-SPUNNER holder of thefollowing Tax SaleCertificate has filed saidTax Certificate for theTax Deed to be issuedthereon.The CertificateNumber and year ofIssuance, theDescription of property,and Name(s) in which itis assessed is as fol-lows:Certificate Number:2462 Year of Issuance:2005Description of Property:LT 14 BLK 110, HOL-LEY BY THE SEA 1STC&A, AS DES IN ORBOOK 1627 PG 896 Parcel ID:18-2S-26-1920-11000-0140Name in whichAssessed:JASEMIBRAHEM J M ALNAJIMAll of the above propertyis located in Santa RosaCounty, In the State ofFlorida.Unless such certificateshall be redeemedaccording to Law, theProperty described insuch Certificate will besold to the HighestBidder, at the east endlobby of the CountyAdministrative Complexat 6495 Caroline St.,Milton, Florida on the13th day of August,2007 at 12:00 noon.Dated this the 20th dayof June, 2007. Mary M.Johnson Clerk of the Circuit Court of Santa Rosa County, Florida –––––––––––––––––– NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED NOTICE IS HEREBYGIVEN THAT MTAGCUST/CARLYLEASSET MGMT holder ofthe following Tax SaleCertificate has filed saidTax Certificate for theTax Deed to be issuedthereon.The CertificateNumber and year ofIssuance, theDescription of property, and Name(s) in which itis assessed is as fol-lows:Certificate Number:1332 Year of Issuance:2005Description of Property:PROPERTYDESCRIBED IN ORBOOK 2363 PG 1289,LESS ALL MIN RTS Parcel ID:32-2N-28-0000-00237-0000Name in whichAssessed:MAXWELL RCALHOUN, NETTIE FRANCISCALHOUNAll of the above propertyis located in Santa RosaCounty, In the State ofFlorida.Unless such certificateshall be redeemedaccording to Law, theProperty described insuch Certificate will besold to the HighestBidder, at the east endlobby of the CountyAdministrative Complexat 6495 Caroline St.,Milton, Florida on the13th day of August,2007 at 12:00 noon.Dated this the 20th dayof June, 2007. Mary M.Johnson Clerk of the Circuit Court of Santa Rosa County, Florida –––––––––––––––––– NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED NOTICE IS HEREBYGIVEN THAT MTAGCUST/ARIZONAPACIFIC LP holder ofthe following Tax SaleCertificate has filed saidTax Certificate for theTax Deed to be issuedthereon.The CertificateNumber and year ofIssuance, theDescription of property,and Name(s) in which itis assessed is as fol-lows:Certificate Number:1960 Year of Issuance:2005Description of Property:PROPERTYDESCRIBED IN ORBOOK 1613 PG 1675 Parcel ID:34-2N-29-0000-00312-0000Name in whichAssessed:JAMES HMARTIN, GLENDA MMARTINAll of the above propertyis located in Santa RosaCounty, In the State ofFlorida.Unless such certificateshall be redeemedaccording to Law, theProperty described insuch Certificate will besold to the HighestBidder, at the east endlobby of the CountyAdministrative Complexat 6495 Caroline St.,Milton, Florida on the13th day of August,2007 at 12:00 noon.Dated this the 20th dayof June, 2007. Mary M.Johnson Clerk of the Circuit Court of Santa Rosa County, Florida –––––––––––––––––– NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED NOTICE IS HEREBYGIVEN THAT MTAGCUST/CARLYLEASSET MGMT holder ofthe following Tax SaleCertificate has filed saidTax Certificate for theTax Deed to be issuedthereon.The CertificateNumber and year ofIssuance, theDescription of property,and Name(s) in which itis assessed is as fol-lows:Certificate Number:1039 Year of Issuance:2005Description of Property:LTS 1,2,3,4 BLK 703,AVALON BEACH, ASDES IN OR BOOK1529 PG 26 Parcel ID:40-1N-28-0090-70300-0010Name in whichAssessed:RICHARDWAYNE OWENAll of the above proper-ty is located in SantaRosa County, In theState of Florida.Unless such certificateshall be redeemedaccording to Law, theProperty described insuch Certificate will besold to the HighestBidder, at the east endlobby of the CountyAdministrative Complexat 6495 Caroline St.,Milton, Florida on the13th day of August,2007 at 12:00 noon.Dated this the 20th dayof June, 2007. Mary M.Johnson Clerk of the Circuit Court of Santa Rosa County, Florida –––––––––––––––––– NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED NOTICE IS HEREBYGIVEN THAT MTAGCUST/ARIZONAPACIFIC LP holder ofthe following Tax SaleCertificate has filed saidTax Certificate for theTax Deed to be issuedthereon.The CertificateNumber and year ofIssuance, theDescription of property,and Name(s) in which itis assessed is as fol-lows:Certificate Number: 1549 Y ear of Issuance: 2005 Description of Property:PROPERTYDESCRIBED IN ORBOOK 1743 PG 1146 Parcel ID:34-6N-28-0000-00600-0000Name in whichAssessed:PATRICIA EWALLACEAll of the above propertyis located in Santa RosaCounty, In the State ofFlorida.Unless such certificateshall be redeemedaccording to Law, theProperty described insuch Certificate will besold to the HighestBidder, at the east endlobby of the CountyAdministrative Complexat 6495 Caroline St.,Milton, Florida on the13th day of August,2007 at 12:00 noon.Dated this the 20th dayof June, 2007. Mary M.Johnson Clerk of the Circuit Court of Santa Rosa County, Florida –––––––––––––––––– NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED NOTICE IS HEREBYGIVEN THAT CLERFE& IMOGENE SONNIERAS TRST OF THECLERFE SONNIERRTA holder of the follow-ing Tax Sale Certificatehas filed said TaxCertificate for the TaxDeed to be issued there-on.The CertificateNumber and year ofIssuance, theDescription of property,and Name(s) in which itis assessed is as fol-lows:Certificate Number:1077 Year of Issuance:2005Description of Property:LT 30 BLK I, MOORSGOLF & RACQUETCLUB 1ST ADD, ASDES IN OR BOOK2344 PG 1647 Parcel ID:41-1N-28-2567-00I00-0300Name in whichAssessed:JOHN KILEYBUILDERS INCAll of the above propertyis located in Santa RosaCounty, In the State ofFlorida.Unless such certificateshall be redeemedaccording to Law, theProperty described insuch Certificate will besold to the HighestBidder, at the east endlobby of the CountyAdministrative Complexat 6495 Caroline St.,Milton, Florida on the13th day of August,2007 at 12:00 noon.Dated this the 20th dayof June, 2007. Mary M.Johnson Clerk of the Circuit Court of Santa Rosa County, Florida –––––––––––––––––– NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED NOTICE IS HEREBYGIVEN THAT CLERFE& IMOGENE SONNIERAS TRST OF THECLERFE SONNIERRTA holder of the follow-ing Tax Sale Certificatehas filed said TaxCertificate for the TaxDeed to be issued there-on.The CertificateNumber and year ofIssuance, theDescription of property,and Name(s) in which itis assessed is as fol-lows:Certificate Number:422 Year of Issuance:2005Description of Property:LTS 19 THRU 25 BLKC, SANTA ROSAHEIGHTS-ROLLO ADD,AS DES IN OR BOOK443 PG 17 Parcel ID:02-1N-28-3490-00C00-0190Name in whichAssessed:CLIFTONDECKARD, JIMMIELEE DECKARDAll of the above propertyis located in Santa RosaCounty, In the State ofFlorida.Unless such certificate shall be redeemedaccording to Law, theProperty described insuch Certificate will besold to the HighestBidder, at the east endlobby of the CountyAdministrative Complexat 6495 Caroline St.,Milton, Florida on the13th day of August,2007 at 12:00 noon.Dated this the 20th dayof June, 2007. Mary M.Johnson Clerk of the Circuit Court of Santa Rosa County, Florida –––––––––––––––––– NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED NOTICE IS HEREBYGIVEN THAT VENUS 1LLC holder of the follow-ing Tax Sale Certificatehas filed said TaxCertificate for the TaxDeed to be issued there-on.The CertificateNumber and year ofIssuance, theDescription of property,and Name(s) in which itis assessed is as fol-lows:Certificate Number:2090 Year of Issuance:2005Description of Property:PROPERTYDESCRIBED IN ORBOOK 1457 PG 1273 &EASEMENT FORINGRESS & EGRESSIN OR BOOK 1542 PG758, LESS OR 1461PG 1432 & LESS OR1525 PG 452 Parcel ID:24-2N-30-0000-00111-0000Name in whichAssessed:RENNY NHOWELL, DOROTHYHOWELLAll of the above proper-ty is located in SantaRosa County, In theState of Florida. Unless such certificate shall be redeemedaccording to Law, theProperty described insuch Certificate will besold to the HighestBidder, at the east endlobby of the CountyAdministrative Complexat 6495 Caroline St.,Milton, Florida on the13th day of August,2007 at 12:00 noon.Dated this the 20th dayof June, 2007. Mary M.Johnson Clerk of the Circuit Court of Santa Rosa County, Florida –––––––––––––––––– NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED NOTICE IS HEREBYGIVEN THAT VENUS 1LLC holder of the follow-ing Tax Sale Certificatehas filed said TaxCertificate for the TaxDeed to be issued there-on.The CertificateNumber and year ofIssuance, theDescription of property,and Name(s) in which itis assessed is as fol-lows:Certificate Number:2107 Year of Issuance:2005Description of Property:PROPERTYDESCRIBED IN ORBOOK 2295 PG 264 Parcel ID:12-3N-30-0000-01003-0000Name in whichAssessed:STEPHEN O HUNTERSR All of the above property is located in SantaRosa County, In theState of Florida. Unless such certificate shall be redeemedaccording to Law, theProperty described insuch Certificate will besold to the HighestBidder, at the east endlobby of the CountyAdministrative Complexat 6495 Caroline St.,Milton, Florida on the13th day of August,2007 at 12:00 noon.Dated this the 20th dayof June, 2007. Mary M.Johnson Clerk of the Circuit Court of Santa Rosa County, Florida –––––––––––––––––– GULF BREEZE NEWS (850) 932-8986 www.gulfbreezenews.com 2D July 19, 2007 GULF BREEZE NEWS Seniors Gulf BreezeN E W S LEGALS Subscribe today! Call 932-8986! 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Department ofBusiness and Professional Regulation, 1940N.Monroe Street, Suite 33, Tallahassee,Florida 32399-2202, (850) 487-9651.If no contact has been made by you concern-ing the above by August 16, 2007 the matter ofthe Administrative Complaint will be presentedat a hearing pursuant to 120.57(2), F.S.beforethe Secretary of the Department or his/herdesignee, pursuant to Chapter 120, F.S.In accordance with the Americans withDisabilities Act, persons needing a specialaccommodation to participate in this proceed-ing should contact the individual or agencysending notice not later than seven days priorto the proceeding at the address given onnotice.Telephone:(850) 257-6097;1-800-955-8771 (TDD) or 1-800-955-8770 (v), viaFlorida Relay Service.Legal #403 NO TICE OF A CTION BEFORE THE SECRETARY OF THEDEPARTMENT OF BUSINESS AND PRO-FESSIONAL REGULATIONIN RE:The unlicensed practice of contract-ingHeidi TharpPMB 201 8200 Hwy 98Suite F Pensacola, FL 32506CASE NO:2005-047391CG 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The protections are there forpersons who have no other choice. See acredit counselor first to check your budgetand make sure you don’t have any otheroptions. Then, contact an attorney whodoes a lot of this work to determine ifbankruptcy is the best solution for you. Good luck! (Steve Bucci is president of Money Management International Financial Education Foundation. Visit www.moneymanagement.org for additional debt advice. If you have a question for Steve, e-mail debtadviser(at)bankrate.com. The Debt Adviser is a weekly feature of bankrate.com. For more stories visit scrippsnews.com) DEBT: Seniors must have good financial plan There are many twists and turns in this deal. The question is whetherdeclarer can make four spades, assumingthe best possible play by both sides. West leads the king of diamonds, East overtaking the king with the ace andreturning the deuce to West's ten. Westcontinues with the queen, and it is easyto see that if dummy ruffs, East willoverruff and return a trump to defeat thecontract, since declarer must eventuallylose a heart trick. So South, instead of ruffing, discards one of dummy's clubs on the diamondqueen. If East also discards a club,declarer can later ruff two hearts indummy to get home safely, while if Eastdiscards a heart, South can establish hisfourth heart by ruffing one heart indummy. It therefore looks as though declarer must triumph regardless of what Eastdiscards, but it is actually not thatsimple. When East does discard a heart, West plays a fourth round of diamonds.Declarer does best by ruffing in dummy,but East then finds the best defensiveplay of discarding a second heart asSouth also discards a heart. It seems that the defense has finally succeeded, as declarer cannot ruff aheart in dummy without beingoverruffed. But South has yet anotherstring to his bow that enables him totriumph after all. After ruffing the fourth round of diamonds in dummy, he plays fiverounds of trumps, and West, on the lasttrump, must discard from the Q-10-6 ofhearts and A-10 of clubs in front ofdummy's A-K of hearts and K-J-9 ofclubs. If West discards a heart, Southcashes the A-K of hearts to win the restof the tricks. If West discards the ten ofclubs instead, South crosses to dummywith a heart, ruffs the jack of clubs,felling the ace, and again makes the restof the tricks. Bridge sometimes a gamewith many twists, turns Continued from Page 1D If you have a cash value insurance policy, you can takeup to 96 percent of the value ina cash-surrender loan. – Steve Bucci President, Management International Financial Education Foundation