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Place of Publication: Milton Fla
Creation Date: January 12, 2005
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Table of Contents
    Section A: Main
        A 1
        A 2
        A 3
        A 4
        A 5
        A 6
    Section B: ‘Styles
        B 1
        B 2
        B 3
        B 4
    Section B: Milton High Panthers
        B 5
    Section B: ‘Styles Continued
        B 6
        B 7
        B 8
        B 9
        B 10
        B 11
        B 12
        B 13
    Section C: Sports
        C 1
        C 2
    Section C: Classifieds
        C 3
        C 4
        C 5
        C 6
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School bus drivers upset


Insurance

By DEBORAH NELS
Press Gazette Staff Writ


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One group says you can make a
difference by being a mentor to
a young person. Both sides "get
something" out of the experi-
ence, officials say.
See STYLES, Page 1B.


"The Employer ai
Union acknowledge th
percent participation of
gible...employees is the
old for qualification fot
Health Insurance."
That stipulation, pai
December 7 Memorand


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coverage at heart
ON Understanding between
Amalgamated Transit Union
ter (ATU) Local 1395 and Laidlaw
nd the Education Services, lies at the
hat 75' center of an ongoing dispute
all eli- between Santa Rosa school bus
thresh- drivers and the county contrac-
r Vista tor who employs them
(Laidlaw).
rt of a At issue: Health
lum of Insurance-specifically, who.


of on-going contract debate with Laidlaw


wants it, versus who is "eligi-
ble" for it.
.Nobody disputes Ljidla. "
contract with employees speci-
fies the company 'will provide
Group Health Insurance bene-
fits. That contract expires Jul)
31 of this year. Union officials
fear, if the benefits are not
worked out before contract
renegotiations begin in May,


benefits will disappear perma-
nently.
But Laidlaw sa, s it's up to
the insurance company whether
they decide to issue a policy or
not.
"We don't make that deci-
sion." comments Area Human
Resource Manager Danny
Guerdon. "The insurance carri-
er makes that decision.


Laidlaw's insurance
provider, Vista, requires at least.
50 employees, and 75% partici-
pation before they will issue a
,contract, say Union officials.
Aco:,rdin; to.allegations in
a July 7 grievance filed by the
ATU again,,t L.nidlv.. Laidlaw
informed the Union in July that
it would discontinue health
See BUS, Page 3A.



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Churchill, I
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LUJEAN
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always liked
him."


,MONICA
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"The
President,
just because
it would be
neat to meet
him."


RICK
CONTINI
"President
Bush. I just
admire him a
lot and I
think it
would be
interesting."


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JOHN WEBB is the Santa Rosa County Chamber of Commerce's
Man of the Year for 2005.


KAY BURNS took home the award, Saturday, for the Santa Rosa
County Chamber of Commerce's Woman of the Year for 2005.


Webb, Burns take 2005 honors


BN J-AY RUFF
Press Ga:i It SfRp",.,I t _,
It was billed as the night when "stars" come out.,
Area leaders and local :eiJdentr. turned out for the` Santa
Rosa County Chamber of Commerce's (18th Annual In it.u1l-.ainni
and Leadership Awards Banquet Saturday evening at Sikes Hall
aboard NAS Whiting Field. : .
According to Chamber Executive Director Donna Tucker,
421 tickets were sold for the event, which featured, a social
hour, dinner and the presentation of a.% ards-hlanded out to
local leaders and businesses.
"We are real pleased with the turnout," says Tucker:
"It's a privilege to have the opportunity v. ith the support
and help of our community, sponsors and olunteies, to hosit 111
event such as the annual banquet," says Tucker. "to recognize


the bhusieneses, people and organizations that contribute so
much to our community .
At this ,ear's banquet, the Man of the Year A%" ard ..ein to
Rev. John \\ebb.
COlicial, sa5 \\ehh is a leader "in the truest sense" of the
word. He is on the Board of Directors for Habitat for Humanity
as well as the Manna Food Bank. Webb has welcomed parolees
into his home for berthing until they were able to find a place of
their own, showing, officials say, a true caring spirit.
Webb and his wife, Trena, recently adopted a 12 year old
boy who had been in State care since a young age. Webb is also
in\ioled, ol'licials sas. with local churches in.the area.
The Woman of the Year prize went to Kay Bums of the
Santa Rosa Medical Center. Last year, Santa Rosa Medical
Center CEO Pete Gandy was named Man ol the Year
See CHAMBER, Page 6A.


Group seeks help in saving mill site


By JOSHUA WILKS
Press Gazelte Staff- 1'iT-i
The Blackwater River
Foundation has a dream, but
that dream may soon be a reali-
ty.
The Santa Rosa County
Board of Commissioners,


Mond',,. announced intentions
to support the Bl.icki waterr River
Foundation as a citlzeni's sup-
port organization for the old
Bagdad Mil Site, by subleasing
the property of the old mill in
partnership with the Florida
Department of Environmental
Protection Office of Greenways


and Tiails.
"I love the idea." says
Bagdad's county commissioner.
Bob Cole. "I can't wait to see
it happen."
According to the
Blackwater River Foundation
President Charles D'Asaro,
there is an extensive plan for the


future of the park. Among the
truce focus areas ~ ill be educa-
tion. prefer\ nation and conserva-
tion.
Serving as a passive park,
the site will serve as a nature-
oriented recreation area, pro-
viding spots for launching
See MILL, Page 2A.


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$800k

A State grant will
provide industrial
park improvements.
Santa Rosa County's
expanding industrial park got a
financial shot in the arm this
week to the tune of 8$i 10,011 in
state funds that local overseers
say .iil be used for infrastruc-
ture needs to meet the needs of
the park's nev.est tenant,
Citigroup and its 350 employ-
ees.
Hurricane Ivan heavily
darnaged CitlIroup's Escambia
Count) facility forcing compa-
ny officials and its employees to
relocate to Santa Rosa.
"This is -one--way Ivan
brought our community a new
opportunity," says Cindy
Anderson, executive director of
TEAM Santa Rosa Economic
Development Council.
"Citigroup needs additional
infrastructure, and this grant
allows us to meet their needs. In
the process, we double our
available ,acreage in the indus-
trial park. Thanks to ,tate and
federal governments, Santa
Rosa County will have more
jobs and be even more effective
in its job creation efforts for our
area," says Andersoni.
Florida Gov. Jeb Bush and
Assistant Secretary of
Commerce, David Sampson of
the Economic Development
Administration made the
announcement Monday after-
noon that Santa Rosa County
was in line to receive the
$800,000 in the form of an
Economic Adjustment
Assistance Grant.
S The money will be used for
improvements ranging from
road extensions, railroad cross-
ing replacements, storm water
management, and signage
installation.
Anderson says the funds
will provide necessary
improvements that will meet
the needs of Citigroup, which
.employs 350 workers and antic-
ipate. increasing the workforce
to 50 min the future.
The funds are the result of a
partnership with the state's
EDA and the U.S. Department
of commerce.
"I thank the EDA for its
See GRANT, Page 2A.


Pace Chamber now prepares for its big event


By JOSHUA WILKS


Press Gazette Staff Writer


The Pace Area Chamber of Commerce is
looking for sponsorships for its annual banquet,
scheduled for Monday, Jan. 24, at the Farmer's
Opry House, in Chumuckla.
Sponsorships are $350 and include two meal
tickets for the evening's dinner.
Sponsors will be introduced at the banquet,
recognized in the program, the newsletter, the
Press Gazette, and on the Chamber's website.
The social time will start at 6 p.m., followed


by dinner from 6:30 to 7:30 p.m.
The house band of the Chumuckla Farmer's
Opry, The Sawmill Band, will be performing.
Following the dinner, catered by Farmer's
Opry House staff, a silent auction and 50/50 raf-
fle will be held.
During the program, the 2005 officers will
be introduced, as well as the announcement of
the large and small business members and the
presentation of the outstanding male and female
citizens' award winners. There will also be door
prizes.
Donations for the silent auction are being


accepted at the Chamber office, with a suggest-
ed minimum value of $100.
The original October date was canceled
because of Hurricane Ivan.
"It's short notice," says executive director
Lloyd Hinote. "But we need all the help we can
get."
Last year, Hinote says, a four day and three
night beach vacation pack was one of the auc-
tion items, as well as a billboard with six months
free advertising, and a complete tuxedo.
"It is our main fundraiser," Hinote says.
See PACE, Page 3A.


LLOYD HINOTE
Ex. Director,
Pace Chamber


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Page 2-A The Santa Rosa Press Gazette
y January 12, 2004


December 30, 2004 to
January 5, 2005

Barnes, Sr., Raymond
Edward; Male; 41; 4781
Tomahawk Trl, Milton, FL;
Failure to Appear for Felony
Offense, Obstructing Justice-
Intimidate Threaten Etc Vict
Witness Informant 12/31/04
Cadem, Jason Paul; Male;
21; 5434 Holley St., Milton,
FL; Carrying Concealed
Weapon-Firearm, Possess of
Weapon Or Ammo by
Convicted Fla Felon (2 cts.),
Resist Officer-Obstruct by
Disguised Person. 12/31/04
Davenport, Faith Ann;
Female; 21; 5542 Barcelona
St., Pace, FL; Vehicular Theft-
Grand 3rd degree. 12/31/04
Gill, Jr., James Calvin;
Male; 33 1315 Massachusetts,
Pensacola, FL;' Probation
Violation-Felony. 1/1/05
Hart, Andrew Michael;
Male; 42; -5732 Meadow Rd,
Milton, FL; Aggravated
Battery-Cause Bodily Harm or
Disability (domestic violence),
Aggrav Assit on Officer
Firefighter EMT Etc., Possess
of Weapon or Ammo by
Convicted Fla Felon, Cruelty
Toward Child Abuse Without
Great Harm, Obstructing
Justice-Intimidate Threaten Etc
Vict Witness Informant, Sex
Asslt By 18 YOA Oldr Custod
Sex Batt Vict Under 12 YOA,
Lewd Lascv Behavior Molest
Vic Less 12YOA Offender 18
YOA or Older. 12/30/04
Hendler, Rainer Lee;
Male; 21; 1726 Eagle Bay
Lane, Navarre, FL; Probation
Violation (6 cts.).
Cowan, Karen Angela;
Female; 26; 210 Firethom Rd,
Gulf Breeze, FL; Asslt On


Officer Firefighter EMT Etc,
Resist Officer With Violence..
1/1/05.
Lewis, Edward Earl; Male;
41; 7027 Melanie Dr.,
Pensacola, FL; Cocaine-
Possess With Intent to Sell Mfg
Deliv Etc Schedule II,
Marijuana Possess Not More
Than 20 Grams, Narcotic
Equip-Possess And Or Use (2
cts.). 1/1/04
Manko, Tracy Iline;
Female; 40; 6524 Brock Ave.,
Milton, FL; Drive While Lic
Susp Habitual Offender, Violate
Restrictions Placed on Drivers
License. 12/31/04
Murphy, Tyrone Fred;
Male; 27; 233 Tonawanda Dr.,
Pensacola, FL; Drive While
License Suspended Habitual
Offender. 12/31/04
Olivares, Lorie J; Female;
25;'6318 Matador St., Milton,
FL; Probation Violation-Felony.
12/30/04
Peterson, Michael Van;
Male; 26; 7412 Deck Street,
Milton, FL; Battery-Touch or
Strike (domestic violence),
Obstruct Police-Deprive of
Means. Protection or
Communication, Aggrav Asslt
W/Deadly Weapon W/O Intent
to Kill. 1/1/05
Smart, Jason Jerome;
Male; 24; 125 Willow Street,
Albertville, AL; Failure to
Appear for Felony Offense.
12/30/04 '
McKenzie, Sr., Fred Allen;
Male; 33; 6395, Metz Rd.,
Milton, FL; Aggrav Battery-
Person Uses A Deadly Weapon,
Damage Prop-Criminal Misch
$200 and Under. 12/31/04,
Nisbet, Jr., William Louis;
Male; 42; 5262 Lundy Ln.
Milton, FL; Probation
\ iolation-Felonm. 12/30/04


Walker, Curtis Wayne;
Male; 54; 6341 Alpha St.,
Milton, FL; DUI Alcohol or;
Drugs 3rd Degree Violation
W/in '10 years, Drive While
License Suspended 1s1
Offense. 1/01/05
Shock, James Robert;
Male; 24; 1264 Marble Ct.,
Gulf Breeze, FL; Crim Misch
Over $200 Under $1,000,
Burglary Structure
Conveyance Unarmed W/O
Person Inside (2 cts.), Larceny
Over $300 Under $5,000.
NDG
Trease, Jonathan Owen;
Male; 28; 4626 Gulf Breeze
Pkway, Gulf Breeze, FL; Crim
Misch Over $200 Under
$1,000 (2 cts.), .Burglary-
Structure, Conveyance
Unarmed W/O Person Inside
(2 cts.), Larceny Over $300
Under $5i000. NDG
Walker, Vaughnsha T;
Male; 28; 1631 Saxton St.,
Pensacola, FL; Damage Prop-
Crim Misch $1,000 or More..
12/31/04
Witt, Adrian Cheyenne;
Male; 18; 3617, Becky's Lane,
Pace, FL; Drugs Possess-Cntrl
Sub W/O Prescription (3 cts.),'
Resist Officer-Obstruct W/O
Violence. 1/1/05
Barton, Guy Davis; Male;
32; 5520 Greenleaf Dr., Pace,
FL; DUI. 1/1/05
SBrooks, Ronnie Bruce;
Male; 48; 7301 Tidwell Rd.,
Pace, FL; DUI. 12/31/04
Cottrell, Richard Lee;
Male; 41; 3415 Delaney St.,
Orlando, FL; DUL. 12/31/04
Dellasala, .Phillip,
Mackenzie; Male; 20, 2643
Bob White Circle, Navarre,
FL; DUI. 1/1/05
Haynes. James Howard;
Male; 36; 2194 Frontera,


Navarre, FL; DUI. 1/1/05
Kinnison, Kenneth Alan;
MNale 45; 5528 Sunkist Circle,
Pace, FL DUI Alcohol or Drugs
2nd Offense. 1/1/05
Mead, Rosa Bell; Female;
43; 5318 Barbarosa Rd., Gulf
Breeze, FL; DUI. 12/31/04
Morris, Kathleen Marie;
Female; 35; 4241 Stephens
Rd., Pace, FL; DUI. 12/31/04
Nelson, Kyle Victor; Male;
19; 3380 Blue Water Dr.,
Pensacola, FL; DUI. 1/1/05
Vaughn, Edward John;
Male; 59; 6819 Tidewater Dr.,
Navarre, FL; DUI and Damage
Property. 12/31/04
Godwin, Lavon Clifford;
Male; 20: 2804 Lee St.,
Pensacola, FL; Probation
Violation-Felony. 1/3/05
Utley, Joseph Daniel;
Male; 21; 5392 Munson Hwy.
Milton, FL;, Marijuana-Possess
With Intent to Sell, Mfg, or
Deliver Sched I, Narcotic
Equip-Possess And or Use (2
cts.) 1/3/05
Mchan, Wanda' Louise;
Female; 36; 4244..-Ewell St.,'
Pace, FL; Larceny Theft is
$300 or More But Less Than"
$5,000. 1/3/05
Sowards, Steven Denver;
Male; 45; PO Box 1134 Santa
Rosa Beach, FL; DUI. 1/3/05
Gibson, Cherry Yvonne;
Female; 39; 5191 Hwy. 90,
Milton, FL; Piobation,
Violation-Felon\. 1/4/05
Preston, Joshua Riggins,
Male; 24; 7860 Sk) vie\w Blvd.,
Na\ arre, FL: Sex AssltVict Ovr '
12 YOA Physical Force No,
Dmg. Le%%d Lascv Behavior
Conduct B\ Person 18YOA or
Older. 1/4/05
Freeminon. Robert Oneal;
Male; 42; 1777 Duncan Creek,
Russell ille. AL: Aggrav Asslt


W/Intent to Commit A Felony,
Battery Touch or Strike. 1/4/05
Watson, William Keith;
Male; 28; 2932 32nd Ave.,
Milton, FL; Probation
Violation-Felony. 1/4/05
Clawiter, Scott George;
Male; 40; 5327 Stage Coach
Tr., Gulf Breeze, FL; Probation
Violation-Felony. 1/5/05
Henderson, Gerriard
Deajaye; Male; 28; 5039 Mary
St., Milton, FL; Probation
Violation-Felony. 1/5/05
Hulen, Justin Thomas;


Male; 20; 5410 Jenny Cir, Pace,
FL; Probation Violation-Felony.
1/5/05
Russell, Grant Edward;
Male; 50; HC 74 Box 249,
Mountainview, AR; Resist
Officer With Violence. 1/5/05
Collins, Billy Jo; Male; 42;
4008 Windsor Lane, Pace, FL;
-Probation Violation-Felony.
1/5/05
Wiggins, Bettina Ruth;
Female; 33; 1714 Dauphine St.,
Pensacola, FL; Probation
Violation-Felony. 1/5/05


Mill


Continued From Page One.
canoes, holding events and
serving as an education forum
for wetland conservation that
will enable university and jun-
ior college students to utilize
the area as an outdoor class-
room.
If approved. the county will
not be footing the bill for, the
property, but will be assisting
with the development and man-
agement plans that will be
funded through various grants.
"We have the expertise--to
prepare and protect the, site,"
says D'Asaro. "The State is
very anxious to see it happen."'
The Connmission approved,
last Mal. subleasing the 22-jcre
Bagdad Mill Site property
along the Blackwater River
Sixth the Office of Greeniways'
and Trails.
On the site, there are struc-.
tural remnants of the old
Bagdad Lumber Mill that oper-
ated on the property for more


than 100 years, closing in 1939.
Since that time, the property
has been used for various other
operations, most recently,, a
plant for Anderson-Columbia,
Inc.
D'Asaro, a retired Marine
Biology professor at the
University of West Florida, says
the site has been leveled e\cepi
for the wetlandss and one build-
ing that will be renovated arid
used as offices.
D'Asaro points out that 50
percent of Florida tourists visit
historic sites, while 70 percent
participate in nature-based
activities.
"Tourism is important to
our county," says
Commissioner John Broxson,
who remembers the old Bagdad
Mill. "It warms my heart to see
we're doing something with
(this site)."
The Commission is expect-
ed to take formal action at its
regular meeting tomorrow.


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commitment to support
Florida's economic growth and
our rebuilding efforts in the
aftermath of last ear's hurri-
canes,' Go%. Bush said in mak-
ing the announcement.
"Today's announcement is just
one ol man\ important eco-
nomic development recover)
projects the state and the EDA
will partner on in the coming
weeks, and I commend Santa
Rosa Counts for its commit-
ment to build a strong economy
for Florida's Great Northwest
future."
In the immediate aftermath
of this year's intense hurricane
season, Assistant Secretary of
commerce David A. Sampson,
who oversees 'the EDA, com-
mitted up to $4 million from the
Economic Adjustment
Assistance Grant Program to
help support priority economic


recovery and enhancement
projects in the state, a portion of
which will be applied to: the
Santa Rosa Counts Industrial
Park infrastructure project.
"EDA is proud to partner
with the State of Florida as part
of President Bush's coordinated..
government response to last.
year's hurricane disasters," said
Sampson. "EDA's investment
in the development of a Santa
Rosa. County Industrial Park
infrastructure project will not
only provide disaster relief, but
will help.position the region for
critical job creation, and help
position the area for success in.
a worldwide economy."
The grant requires a state or
local match of 20 percent.

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Cincinnati where he continued his education, finishing 3rd in his
class at the University of Cincinnati College of Medicine. He
then completed his Orthopaedic Residency at the University of
Cincinnati as well additional training in treating disorders of the
foot and ankle at the Good Samaritan Hospital in Cincinnati.
Dr. Papacostas is currently Board Eligible by the American
Board of Orthopaedic surgery. Dr Papacostas joined Santa
Rosa Orthopaedics in January 2005 and practices General
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and hip disorders, in addition to trauma and joint replacement.
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i "benefits. The grievance seeks to
"uphold the Labor Agreement"
i: and require Laidlaw to provide
health insurance benefits.
Guerdon says it was Vista
which told Laidlaw it was drop-
ping the policy.
"The insurance company
did not tell us a reason why they
were going to drop us," he adds.
"There was speculation it had to
-do with participation, but we
had no knowledge that was the
exact reason.",
Union officials allege
Laidlaw has failed to keep
employees informed of avail-
'able benefits, and failed to keep
I 'track of those who were inter-
ested in the insurance program.
According to Laidlaw, the
Company holds a meeting
every August to explain benefits
and the open season process.
Union President Mike
Lowery says, after Union offi-
cials "did the legwork" and
contacted employees to explain
benefits programs, about 94
agreed to sign up for insurance.


Pace
Continued'From Page. One.
"So we need all the help we can
get."
The annual banquet is one
of the more popular events held
by the Pace Chamber each year.
Members say they enjoy the
casual feel of the banquet.
The Pace Chamber is still a
young group, yet has managed
to see its membership rolls
swell since its inception just a
few short years ago.
Tickets for the banquet are
$25 per person and tables can
be reserved by calling the
chamber office.
The tickets must be pur-
chased in advance at the Pace
Area Chamber, of Commerce
office at 3895 Highway 90, in
Pace, or by calling 994-9633.
Story written
by Joshua Wilks.
Reach him at:
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That was enough, he notes, for
Vista to draw up a Group
Insurance policy effective
January 1.
But Laidlaw says not all
those employees are eligible for
the benefits-the December 7
memo of understanding states
employees with less than six
months in grade don't qualify.
That drops the number of eligi-
ble employees to around 77.
But because the insurance
policy is new, Union officials
contend, initial policy registra-
tion is open to all Company
employees, regardless of
tenure.
Laidlaw maintains, that's
not what the contract says.
"The fact of the matter is,
we negotiated that term with the
Union," Guerdon notes.
Nevertheless, says Lowery,
the Union eventually worked a
policy .with Vista that covers
only the 77 eligible employees.
"We were'waiting for a
check to Vista (from Laidlaw)
at that point," he recalls. "We
got a Group number, and
January 1 would be the effec-
tive date."
That's when the numbers
game came into play, say Union
officials, who contend Laidlaw
-.deliberately moved to whittle'
employee participation num-
bers to below the necessary
minimum of 50.
According to a December
31 letter from Guerdon to
Lowery, Laidlaw scheduled an
"employee benefit meeting for
those who are eligible for bene-
fits" on Thursday, January 6.,
"During those meetings,
pre-tax forms and information
will be provided," the letter
read.
Lowery was told he could
not attend.
"He was not invited, simply
because it was a Laidlaw meet-
ing, and we didn't think it was
appropriate for Mike to be
there," says Guerdon. An insur-
ance broker was present.
During that meeting,
Laidlaw distributed
"Enrollment or Waive" forms.
The forms allowed employees
to either elect medical coverage


and a taxing option, or waive
coverage entirely.
But according to copies of
the form provided by Union
officials, the form presents an
eight-month, January through
August policy, rather than the
12-month policy Union officials
say they negotiated- with Vista.
Guerdon says the eight-
month policy was necessary
because open enrollment sea-
son begins in August, when
employees would have a chance
to change enrollment and other
necessary changes.
Premium costs for the
eight-month policy are up to
$40 per month more expensive,
says Lowery. During summer
break period, employees do not
work but premium costs are pro
rated into the whole policy.
That increase places the
policy out of reach for many of
the drivers at the meeting,
Lowery. contends, and caused
participation to drop below
Vista's required minimum.
"A lot of the ,employees
panicked," he says. "Now we
have 48 people (in the pro-
gram). They've scared people
off with the costs."
Lowery contends Laidlaw


has used scare tactics to deter
employees from claiming bene-
fits their own employment con-
tract guarantees them.
"These people don't get
paid very much," Lowery notes.
"They get two paid holidays a
year. A lot of them do take this
job for the health insurance
only."
Guerdon counters saying
Laidlaw used the meeting to
ensure employees knew all the
details of the policy.
"A lot of folks are new to
the program and they needed to
understand (its policies)," he
comments.
Union officials say they're
awaiting an arbitration panel for
the original grievance. Laidlaw
has notified the Union that it
has mailed a check to Vista, for
a 48-employee policy.
"If it's less than 50 people,
it will be rejected," Lowery
comments. "They know that. So
far they've been very successful
in disrupting the process."
Guerdon says Laidlaw has
no way of knowing whether the
policy will be rejected.
"With insurance, there is a
small window," he points out.
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refuse). All we can do is submit
the information we have and the
decision will rest with Vista."
Union officials say they're
worried the delays will contin-
ue until contract renegotiations
begin in May.
At that time, says Lowery,
if no insurance policy has been
obtained, the benefit could be
written out of the contract com-
pletely.
"We've been fighting it
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hoping we'd just give up, but
we're not going to."
Whether health benefits
survive depends upon how
negotiations .go, says Guerdon.
"We expect whatever bene-
fits that are in the contract now
will be discussed.
"We can't tell you (right
now) what the outcome will
be."

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It's only right
After hearing about our neighboring sheriff's
office racking up over $50,000 in local tax dollars
to provide a "gated community" for the snobby
freeloading Pensacola Beach residents for over
three months (to keep the public off the beach) re-
enforces the situation that needs to be resolved.
,:.;:Whats just as bad is the response from beach
homeowners and condo dwellers saying how
awful it is that the Escambia County Sheriff's
Office halted the roadblocks and opened public
access. They say it was an annoyance they simply
didn't need.
-In other words, these non-taxpaying freeload-
ers don't want us on "their" beach.
Santa. Rosa County officials, particularly
Sheriff Wendell Hall, deserve commending for not
buckling to the nonsense of those who may have
wanted similar "security" .on Navarre Beach.
The special treatment these beach dwellers not
only expect, but also demand only magnifies the
anger taxpayers of both counties feel over the
exemption these folks have regarding property
taxes.
;..,This is not to mention the growing dissatisfac-
tioi over the fact that our barrier island, once
widely open to public use, is fast-becoming a pri-
,ate beach for the "rich and famous" as well as for
the almighty tourists who are willing to shell out
hundreds, if not thousands of dollars to line the
pockets of investors, condo owners and beach
businesses.
'More and more people who have lived here all
their lives and pay their property taxes are asking
what will become of our beaches in the future. As,
development continues at a rapid pace, despite the
onslaught of hurricanes, "commoners" are being
relegated to fewer and smaller public slices of the
beach.
*.,; These beach residents are the very same peo-
ple' who are' shelling out thousands of dollars to
battle property appraisers in both counties. They
' don't want to pay property taxes on their fancy
dwellings, but they expect the very. same services
the rest of us receive for the taxes we pay.
Not only are they freeloading, but they're
doing so with a tremendous amount of arrogance
and a holier-than-thou attitude.
Let's make it absolutely clear here: The fact
that these people can afford the nicer things in life
iitd have earned their current financial positions in
life is not the issue.
S What galls the majority of us is the fact these
people move to our two counties, build their
homes and condos on our pristine beaches, pay lit-
tle no property taxes on their million-dollar struc-
tires, and expect ta.-supported public services and
want more and more restrictions placed upon the
general public" which is footing the bill for their
lifestyle.
, .(Hurricane Ivan clearly made our points and it
is-time our elected officials stop bowing to the
desires of developers and wealthy investors inter-
ested in making big bucks off a few miles of our
barrier island.This was once a place we could all
enjoy without being restricted or shoved to desig-
nated public access ways.
The time has come to pay up or, very simply,
get the heck off our once unobstructed beach.
.; The fact that they can afford a nice home is,
addmiireable. But they shouldn't try to get even rich-
,r at the expense of those who freely open their.
wallets to pay their fair share.
'It's only right.


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Privitize Social S
FM: STEVEN SCHLOSSTEIN
Dear Editor:
To privatize, or not to privatize, that is the ques-
tion.
Whether 'tis nobler in the mind to suffer the slings
and arrows of outrageous Democratic opposition, or
to take arms against a sea of Republican privatization
and by opposing, retain government control?
Shakespeare's Hamlet may have been the first, but
certainly not the only time a protagonist has struggled
with the sort of binary question that currently% dogs
our politicians as they occupy starkly contrarian sides
of the privatization issue.
Republicans want to modernize Social Security
and bring it under the tent of "the ownership society."
Democrats see nothing but risk in privatizing Social
Security, Republicans nothing but benefits.
And that's the nub of the problem: getting at the
core of the risk-benefit relationship for retirees.
Social Security was never intended to be the only
source of retirement income for American workers.
That's why we created private pension funds, tax-
deferred individual retirement (IRA) accounts, and
401(k) plans.
But over time Social Security has come-to be seen.
as a safety net, a line-of-last-resistance if the world
goes to hell in a hand basket. This is why many peo-
ple want to keep it under strict government control.
The problem w ith Social Security is riot concept,
but implementation. .It relies on contributions from
today's workers to pay the benefits of yesterday's
retirees. And it works fine, as long as there are more
,people working than retiring.
But that situation has been reversed by demo-
graphics: today, there are fewer workers paying into
the pool to support the retirement claims of yester-
day's retirees. This is why your FICA.taxes keep
going up The Federal Insurance Contributions Act
mandates 12.4 per cent of your income 6.2 per cent
paid by your employer, 6.2 per cent by you be
.deducted each payday to fund Social Security.,
When FICA taxes are insufficient to fund .the
claims on the system by retirees, it goes into crisis.
'Current estimates show that by 2012, Social Security
will pay out.more in benefits than it generates in rev-
enues. So the crisis generates demands to privatize
the system.:
Privatization advocates argue that personal retire-
ment accounts, by investing, in higher-yielding assets
like equities, can provide a higher level of benefits to
retirees than any government-administered system
can._
But opponents maintain that higher returns mean
higher risks, and that the government should not let
indiv idual, last-resort retirement income be subject to
the whims of the stock market.
The Republic of Singapore dealt % ith a very sim-
ilar issue about half a century ago when it created the
Central Provident Fund, or CPF. It was created in
1955 as a "save-as-you-eam" program, rather than the
"pay-as-you-go" scheme that characterizes our Social
Security.
By 1.968, to meet macroeconomic objectives set
by the government, the CPF mandated a savings rate
of 50 per cent of salary half paid by the employer,
half by the employee. (Over time, that rate has been


ecu rity or not?
adjusted; since 1999, it is 10 per cent for,employees,
20 per cent for employers.)
The CPF plan has given Singapore one of the
highest per-capita savings rates in the world. But
these enforced savings were not funneled into a gov-
ernment-administered pool; the 'contributions went
into individual accounts for each employee...
Under, a government-approved "menu," each indi-
vidual account can be invested in a variety of market
mechanisms. You may invest up to x per cent of your
retirement account in equities. for example; y per cent
in real estate; z per cent in unit trusts, government
bonds, or gold.
The actual range of percentages may change from
time to. time, but the concept of prudent diversifica-
tion does not.. CPF regulations prevent individual
accounts from being invested in only one market seg-,
ment or instrument.
This stipulation alone protects diversification and
thereby eliminates the fear that many people have of
privatization: 'namely, that an individual worker could
put all his eggs into one basket, like Global Crossing
or Enron, and see his retirement savings vanish
overnight.
Global Crossing's bankruptcy, the 4th-largest in
U.S. history, caused the loss of 500,000 jobs in the
telecommunications industry and the loss of $63 mil-
lion in New York's state pension fund alone.
Enron is the biggest bankruptcy in American his-
tory. Its demise in late 2002 \' as caused bN a series of
complex but co-en partnerships that oerstated prof-
'itsby nearly$1 billion. lea ing countless investors
burned and thousands of employees out of work with
lost retirement savings.
The CPF scheme has another important benefit,
as well. Since each individual worker controls his or
her own individual account, he or she can borrow
against that account for three critical purposes: to
fund the purchase of a primary residence, to pay for
emergency medical expenses of a family member, or
to pay the university tuition of a dependent.
In ,1998, when Peter Ferrara and Michael Tanner
wrote A New Deal for Social Security, the\ argued
that Social Security.was,"... .flawed from its initial
design, an unsustainable pyramid scheme that places
higher burdens on young workers while making
promises for the future it cannot keep.'
So as we think about reforming Social Security,
we would do well to consider the example set by
Singapore's Central Provident Fund. The issue is not
privatization; it's flexibility.
Individual workers deserve individual accounts,
protected against imprudent inmestmrent decisions by
means of a prudent, enforceable menu that ensures
diversification. They also deserve the option of bor-,
rowing against savings for legitimate reasons, as CPF
account holders are permitted to do.
Nobody wants the government to mind our per-
sonal business. Only we can do that. Privatization is
not a wolf in sheep's clothing, providing it includes,
as the CPF does, adequate safeguards to protect pru-
dence and defend diversification.
Steven Schlossstein is author most recently,, of
1Endangered Species: Why Muslim Economies Fail;
"Lessons for the Middle East from Asia's dynamic
transformation."


You Spoke Out,

Santa Rosa...
Sunday, 1:46 a.m.
I was calling in regards to one
of your articles about decorations
in Milton. They are pitiful. It is
hard to believe they are so expen-
sive. No one should spend so
much for those things.

Wednesday, 3:00 p.m.
What has happened to the
Ask the Preacher column in the
Styles section? I miss it.

Wednesday, 6:42 p.m.
I'm calling about the person
who wanted to know why the City
could, find money for a conces-
sion stand and. not for, a fire
department. Those children have
be6n up there, on that hill, with-
out a place to go to the bathroom,
for almost three years. It is time
we did something for our chil-
dren. This is Kay.

Thursday, 12:32 a.m.
Recently, a popular radio sta-
tion in Pensacola changed its for-
mat from an-oldie station, pla\ ing
music from the 50s and 60s to one
playing music from the 70s and
80s. For those ,who are looking
for music from the 50s and 60s, I
suggest you try AM-1490.

Thursday, 10:18 a.m.
I just want to say that I agree
with Bernice about the ACLU. I
-also would like someone to
explain to me why these elected
officials can't do something with-
out first hiring someone and con-
ducting a survey to see if we need
it or not. It seems that's the reason
we hired these officials-to know
what we need.


Thursday, 4:15 p.m.
Looks to me like the taxpay-
ers need to wake up or the devel-
opers will eat us up. They need to
be made to do something about
the roads.

Thursday, 5:54 p.m.
Monday was not the only day
to pay fees at PJC, it was the last
day. Those who had to wait were
procrastinators. While college
was closed during the holidays,
staffers sacrificed days off to0
meet the students' needs.


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Milton FD gets $500 grant


The Milton Fire
Department recently received, a
grant of $500 from Allstate
Insurance Agent Darren Spicer.
Spicer, of Milton, was
awarded the "Agency Hands in
the Community" Award for his
commitment to safety in the
community. With this award
came a $500 grant from the
Allstate Foundation for the
Milton Fire Department.
The Milton Fire
Department, officials say, is just
one of one hundred fire stations
across the, state of Florida to
receive such a grant through a
special program created in the
wake of Florida's devastating
hurricane season.


Allstate.Floridian Insurance
Company President Phil
Lawson says the effects of the
hurricanes on many Florida
Fire stations was, in some
cases, devastating. ,
"Many of the stations we
are assisting were destroyed,
others sustained some kind of
damage that hindered their
daily operations," says Lawson.
"Some of the stations
weren't in the direct paths of
the storms, but sacrificed a por-
tion of their local coverage to
send equipment and .personnel
to areas hardest hit."
"We want to thank the men
and women of the Milton Fire
Department for their hardwork


in a very difficult time for our
state," adds Lawson.
Each of the 100 identified
fire stations is receiving a $500
grant from the Allstate
Foundation's Agency Hands in
the Community program total-
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The grants were coordinat-
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Professional Firefighters.
Through the Agepcy Hands
in the Community Program,
local Allstate : Floridian,
Insurance agents support com-
munity program and organiza-
tions in the area ranging from
Alzheimer's support groups to
,local youth football.
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It's almost Mardi Gras time


By JOSHUA WILKS
Press Gazette Staff Reporter


Clear the streets and make
way for the floats so revelers
can line the roadways of Milton
for Mardi Gras. It's coming
Thursday, Jan. 27. .
With parade applications
available now at the Santa Rosa
County Chamber of Commerce
and at the Main Street Milton
office, this year, Milton will be
the host of more than 100 floats
for the annual celebration..
Main Street Milton sa


Milton's Third Annual Mardi
Gras Parade, set to kick off at
6:30 p.m.
The Grand Marshall for the
event will be Cecile Stephens, a
local author and volunteer who
was instrumental in' establish-
ing the annual event tW, ypars
ago.
Radio station WXBM will
be sponsoring the event, but
other sponsorships are avail-
able.
"We expect a huge turnout
and to have a good parade,"
says, Vernon Compton, presi-,
dent of Main Street Milton. "It
adds a lot of excitement to


Milton."
The parade will start on the
north side of Milton High
School and proceeds south on
Stewart Street, and then west on
Highway 90, disbanding in the
Six Flags Shopping Center.
M4rdi Gras, was, held in
Milton- in 1916 and -191". buti
with the onset of World War I,
the -celebration was canceled
and not revived until 2002.
For more information, or to
receive a parade application,
call the Main Street Milton
office at 626-6246.
Reach writer at:
news@sr-pg.com


They aren't hot cakes, but
they sure are selling fast.
Main Street Milton has
been cooking up some good
food and tradition with the sales
of its cookbook, "The Main
Ingredient."
Available for $12, more
than 15Q copies have sold since
The Main Ingredient debuted in
December and Main Street
Milton organizers say only a
limited number are left until the
third printing can be completed.
Compiled with submitted
recipes from people in the com-
munity, The Main Ingredient
includes recipes for appetizers,
main dishes, desserts, cookies
and candy, and other recipes.
Many of the recipes, organizers
say, are nostalgic foods that
people remember from church
socials and family suppers.
Hov.e\er, one of the most
popular features of the. book is


the local flavor added to the
cookbook, says Kim Macarthy,
owner of Copper Possum
Antiques in East Milton, and
one of many sponsors of the
cookbook.
"It's a good and useful sou-
venir from Milton," says
Macarthy, who attributes a lot
of sales to non-locals of Milton.
"And also, it's helping some-
thing good."
"The partnership with the
Riverwalk Market was a posi-
tive influence on the sales," says
Mack Thetford, of Main Street
Milton.
The Riverwalk Market held
monthly recipe demonstrations
and market manager. Joan
Hughes contributed those to the
cookbook.
"All the recipes came from
local residents." says Thetford.
"People recognize that."
Proceeds from the sale of


the cookbooks will go towards
Main Street Milton activities to
support its partnerships, which
include various events in the
downtown area such as Main
Street Nights Concert Series,
Main Street Milton Chorale
events, Mardi Gras, A Main
Street Christmas, and other spe-
cial events and occasions.
The Main Ingredient is
available for $12 at the follow-
ing locations:,
Jennifer Byrom, P.A. and
Associates on Elmira Street in
Milton; Camelot Junction on
Willing Street in Milton;
Clark's Lock and Safe on
Berryhill Road, in Milton;
Copper Possum Antiques on
Highway 90 in East Milton and
Tops Appliances on Caroline
Street in Milton.
To order a cookbook, or for,
more information, call Main
Street Milton at 626-6246.


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Wednesday January 12, 2005


The Santa Rosa Press Gazette


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Santa Rosa Chamber


The Stars Turned Out


Santa Rosa County Chamber of Commerce

presents community awards for 2005


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Outgoing Santa Rosa County Chamber of
Commerce President Dick Hohurst presented
the awards during Saturday night's event.


Incoming Santa Rosa County Chamber of
Commerce President Tim Mallon outlined his
hopes and dreams for the coming year.


Santa Rosa County Commissioner Don Salter was given the "highest award given" by the Chamber. He was pre-
sented the Hall of Fame Award for "all his contributions and leadership to the community."


Chamber


Chamber Executive Director Donna Tucker was
honored for her work at the local business
group.


Dick Hohurst summoned Bill Bledsoe to the
thank him (and all volunteers) for their work for


Continued From Page One.
Bums has served on the board of the American
Cancer Society for four years and has been in charge
of accounting procedures on the Relay for Life
Steering Committee for three years.
Webb resides in Santa Rosa County with her hus-
band and two daughters and is employed with the
Santa Rosa Medical Center as its Chief Financial
Officer.
Webb is involved in numerous community proj-
ects and committees including Workforce EscaRosa,
the SR Community Clinic as well as the Women's
Ad%\ior\ Board, among others.
One Santa Rosa County corn-
rllnl .misiOner found himself the lucky
recipient of the highest honor
i5 A elen bn, the.Chamber.
SCounty Commissioner Don
Salter received the Hall of Fame
Wh ard. an honor given only when
the Chamber feels a worthy can-
didate is identified.
Last year, the special Hall of
Fame Award was presented to
Carolyn Fenton (ironically,
Salter's sister) who retired last
year after a decade of service to
unity Achievement the Clhamber.
SRalph Nesenson took home
the prize for Volunteer of the Year,
recognizing his continuing
Sifundraising efforts and work with
;- the recently-dedicated Santa Rosa
\Veterans Memorial Plaza, located
S neair Riverwalk Park in Milton.
Jay leader Oakland Ard took
home the Fred Hunter award,
which is given for "lorg-tern,
impact on the community and the
cou rity."
Other awards and winners
included the following:
*. Community Achievement
stage to personally \ .ard, Rotary Club of Pace;
rtheChamber. Business of the Year,
the CBuffalo Rock Co.;
Industry of the Year, Santa
Rosa Medical Center;
Emerging'Leader of the
Year, Beth Siyufy;
4 Community Leader of the
Year, Blackie Black;
SPresident's Award, TEAM
i Santa Rosa.


Sponsors of the event included the following in
their respective category of sponsorship:
Star Industry Sponsors:
Airlift Technologies International, Inc.;
Bagdad Home Builders;
Baskerville-Donovan, Inc.;
Gulf Power Company;
Hatch Mott Macdonald;
Santa Rosa Medical Center, Inc.

Platinum Sponsors:
Apprise Video Productions; Buffalo Rock
Company; City of Milton; Clark's Lock & Safe;
Dick Hohorst; First American
Title; First United Methodist
Church of Pace; Gabby's Flowers
& Gifts/Robert's Pools; Gulf
Coast Community Bank; L-3
Communications Vertex "
Aerospace LLC; Main Street
Milton; Memories 1490 WECM;
Milton High School Student
Council; Mooneyham Heating &
Air; NAS Whiting Field; Navy
League, Santa Rosa County
Council: Oakland &'Marian Ard;
Pensacola Junior College;
Pens-acola News Journal; Project The Santa Rosa I
Resources/Del-Jen (JV); Red SRMC CEO Pete (
Roof Inn & Suites;. RH Realty;
Rotary Club of Pace; SRC Board
of County Commissioners;
Johnny Rogers, Superintendent of
Schools;. Santa Rosa Mledical
Center, Inc.; Sant.a Rosa
Minority/HIV Task Force; Santa
Rosa Press Gazette; TEAM Santa
Rosa Economic Development
Council; The EscaRosa Press;
Town of Jay; Training Air Wing
FIVE; TRX, Inc.; United Bank;
University of Florida-WFREC;
Uni\ersiti of West Florida-
SBDC; Wendell Hall, Sheriff; Ralph Nesensen i
Greg Brown, Property Appraiser;
Robert McClure, Tax Collector;
Mary Johnson, Clerk of Courts
Gold Sponsors:
American Lubefast, LLC;
Express Personnel Services:
Silver Sponsors:
Kappa Alpha Order (UWF);
NMrs. John C. (Chrys) Holley, Jr.
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Chamber Administrative Assistant Nicole Frenk
was also honored for her contributioHs to the
local Chamber.


s the Chamber's Volunteer of the Year.


Cindy Anderson and John Griffin accept the President's Award for
TEAM Santa Rosa, this year's recepient.


Beth Siyufy is Santa Rosa's
Emerging Leader of the Year for
2005.


Blackie Black was named the Community Leader of the Year.


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Section B


Ask 'Ole



Chief
"Chief, are my VA pay-
ments taxable?"
VA Benefits are not tax-
able and there will not be a
W2 or 1099 form issued.
There is one exception. If you
had a VA overpayment
waived (forgiven) there will
be a 1099 form issued
because the amount waived
is considered as taxable
income by the IRS.
Veterans in receipt of mil-
itary retired pay who are
awarded VA compensation
benefits retroactively my
claim an exclusion from their
income. The exclusion will be.
the same amount as the com-
pensation they would have
received had they not been in
receipt of military retired
pay. Those affected may
claim the exclusion by sub-
mitting a copy of the VA's
award letter showing the
amount and effective date of
compensation they would
have received, but for the
receipt of military retire-
ment. IRS instructions tell
affected veterans to submit a
"VA Form 20-8993." VA
Form 20-8993 is your VA
award letter. If you don't still
have' ofe, either contact the
VA in St. Petersburg (1-800-
1000) or your local veterans
office (850/626-8724).
Veterans claiming IRS
Disability Income Exclusion
are required to submit a cer-
tificate attesting to perma-
nent and total disability. VA
has an agreement with IRS
and IRS will accept VA Form
21-0172, Certification of
Permanent and Total
Disability, based solely on an
EXISTING disability rating
of permanent and total in
place of private physician's
statement. VA Form 21-0172
can be obtained from St.
Petersburg or local veteran's
office.


Both sides get something


Mentoring helps both the mentor and the 'mentee'


the family has changed the
young man's outlook.
"He's come out of his shell:
an awful lot," Daryl reflects.
"He %-ouldn'i even talk to me
when we first started out."
J.R. has been camping with
Daryl and his family. and sa\ ed
with them during Hurricane
Ivan and for two v.eeks after-
ward-helping out with neigh-
borhood reco' erN efforts.
"\Ve had a good time," Dar) I
recounts. "We worked him to
death after that-I'm surprised
he came back."
One other sport J.R. has
come to appreciate through his
mentor is auto racing. He visit-
ed Talladega with Daryl and his
family and says he's a fan of
Dale Earnhardt, Jr.
Daryl has also introduced
J.R. to the Boy Scouts. He says
.he likes the fact that Bo\ Scouts
teach values and responsibility,
along with leadership.
"It's all the things we've
worked to (instill) with J.R.," he
points out. "It's brought out a
lot of things in J.R. we like to
see."
J.R. says he plans to achieve
Eagle Scout rank, eventually.
The young man, ho Daryl
says has become a part of the
family. as baptized along \%ith
his own daughter this pasi year.
That experience is an impor-
tant part of what the family\
hopes to bring to the young
man.
"I \\an[t God to be,a part of
nL- ie s '...ell as i, ine ind mrn


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By DEBORAH NELSON
Press Gazette Staff Writer
January is National
Mentoring Month-when youth
organizations take the opportu-
nity to encourage adults, to vol-
unteer some time toward, help-
ing a young person develop and
achieve their potential.
"There is a great need for
mentors," says Mentor -Santa
Rosa Coordinator Raela
Villanueva. "We have a waiting
list of about 100 kids, over four
counties."
Organizers hope potential
mentors will realize giving of'
their time to young people is
something that. benefits both
parties.
That's something Milton res-
ident Daryl Bails agrees with.
He has been paired with his
"mentee," J.R., for two years,
this March.
The two meet on Sunda\ s
and Tuesdays. Sunday, J.R'.
attends church with Daryl and
his family, and then spends the
day with them. Tuesday, J.R.
goes to Boy Scouts.
"Going to Daryl's and just
doing stuff with them," is how
the youngster describes an ideal
dai.
J.R. gravitates to ward video
games, spon_, and moo\ ies. Not'.
he says. he has someone to do
those acti'. cities with.
In fact, the two cite the same
game as a favorite-Need for
Speed Underground II.
Dar\l as .l.R.'s lime ilth


chilldren." Darvl observes.
-He's like a .son .to me," he
.adds. "He just needs somebody
to help him giow up, to guide
him and be an e\jmple for
him--t help him bec.I'me .1


youngg man.'"
Dar\ l sa\ s he keeps in regu-'
lar touch %\ ith J R.'s grandmoth-
er for plans and updates.
"I've dareadl, told her. if any-
lthing happens, -.,e \'arn him ti
come live with us," he reflects.,
Daryl says the program has
ennched his o\%n life. as \\ell.
"I get as much oui of this
relationship as he does," he
comments. "It blesses my heart
to be with him-to see him up
on: that stage with the Bo\
Scouts, being honored for
something he does-that's just
like my children being up on


that stage."
J.R.'s mentor says there's
still a lot he hopes to teach the
young man about values, life
skills and "hov. to do the right
dunii khen the pressure is on.
As for J.R.. he says he's ,lad
he'll have someone to help
negotiate the inmcacies of hiLh
school life ne\t year.
To find out about mentoring,
call Mentor Santa Rosa at 433-
5437 or 983-5579.
Story written by Deborah
Nelson. Reach her at:
Nelson@ sr-pg.com


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Coalition
meetings set
The Santa Rosa County
School Readiness Coalition,
Inc. announces the following
meetings:


on \\ednesda\. January, 19.
2(fi5 from 3 p.m. to 5 p.m. at
the School Readiness
Coalition's Office, 5236
Willing Street in Milton.
All meetings are open to the
public. For additional informa-
tion, call Melissa Bracken or


Monthly Coalition Suzanne Ha
meeting planned Special
The Coalition will meet
Thursday; January 13,-2005, at Hearing
the Department of Children & cond uc
Families conference room in
the Gateway Plaza. There will Special He
be a meeting of the Executive conduct a
Committee at 3 p.m. and the Hearing on
Finance Committee at 3:30 Hearing o
p.m. prior to the full Coalition 24, 2005C,
meeting at 4 p.m. TCouncil '7


Parent & Child
Services to meet
The Parent & Child
Services committee will meet


S.Lan, 0 U1.5 -
All meet
public. For
please con't
Developme
850-983-54


garrison at 626-2212.


g Officer
ts meeting
ity of Milton's
aring Officer will
Code Enforcement
Monday, January
at 5 p.m. in the
chamberss of City
Dixon Street.
ings are open to the
more information
act the Planning &
;nt Department at
40.


Local Mac
man recognized
Columbus, OH Mac
Tools, a Division of the
Stanley Works Corporation,
recognizes one of their top
Mac Tools' distributors, who
resides in Pace, FL for his out-
standing accomplishments for
Mac Tools and his community.
John Jerrell, of Pace, has
been a committed Mac Tools
Distributor for nine years.
In his nine years with Mac
Tools, he has proven to be a
strong component of the com-
pany. He has an Excel Award
Winner five years, two-time
member of the elite President's
Club, served two years as a
President'- Board member (a
group of distributors selected
by the President of Mac Tools
to serve as an advisory coun-
cil) and the Distributor


Working together to make it fly right


Council. and shares his best
business practices \ ith new
distributors as a Mentor dis-
tributor.
Jerrell lives in Pace with his
wife of 20 years-Ellen, and
has 3 children. John is
involved with his community
as a ParaLeague Football
coach, PPR Appointment and
attends the First United
Methodist Church of Pace. He
enjoys hunting, fishing, going
to the beach, playing football,
and snow skiing.
John loves being a Mac
Tools Distributor and appreci-
ates the opportunity to service
his great customers and make a
lasting friendship in the pro-
fessional tool market. He does-
n't look at what he does as a
job, but a passion to give the
best service, provide the best
product and make his cus-
tomer's job as easy as possible.


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Obituaries


Hardy, E. J. "Pop"
1923 -2005
Mr. E. J. "Pop" Hardy, age
81, of the Springhill
Community, passed away
Saturday, January 8, 2005.
Mr. Hardy worked in the
timber industry, the L&N
Railroad, and retired from The
Santa Rosa County Public
Works with 20 years of service.
He was a member of the
Springhill Assembly of God
Church, anda charter member
of the Blackwater Fox Hunters
Association, where he served
as president for numerous
years.
He was preceded in death
by his grandson-Fred "Bo"
Von Axelson; brothers-
Buddy and Floyd Hardy; sis-
ters-Lola Mitchem and Nora
Booker.
Survivors include his wife
of 61 years-Arnette Ingram
Hardy; his children-Glenda
and John Nelson of Springhill,
Roger and Pat Hardy of
Munson, Richard and Diane
Hardy of Holt, Beverly and
Jack Cooley of Berrydale;
grandchildren--Rod, Ryan,
Robbi and Robyn Hardy,
Aubrey and Carisa Cooley
Bridgette and David Howard,


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Kristie and Maggie Nelson;
great grandchildren-Drew
Gunter, Trevor Howard, Taylor
and Jessica Cooley; and broth-
er-in-law-Kenneth Mitchem.
Services were 2:30 p.m.,
Tuesday, January 11, 2005 at
,-the Lewis. Funeral Home
Chapel with Brother Clarence
Carnley and Brother Ronald
Lips officiating.
Active pallbearers were
Billy Bray, Mac McMillion,
Pete Jernigan, Dean Jernigan,
David Jernigan, and Keith
Jemigan.
Honorary pallbearers were
Donald Jernigan, Bubba
Fisher, Ray Helms,. Wayne
Godwin, Clifford Wilson,,
Mary Johnson, Max Scott,.
Fletcher Hayes, Albert Von
Axelson, Lloyd Enfinger, Ben
McLin, Lamar Beck and
Wyman Jones.
Burial was in Springhill
Assembly of God Church
Cemetery.
Lewis Funeral Home was in
charge of arrangements.

Sims, Ila
Christine Ell iott
1926 -2005
Ila Christine Elliott Sims,


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Greg Brown, CFA
Santa Rosa County
Property Appraiser


Announces to:
Santa Rosa County s Senior Citizens!
The Santa Rosa County Board of County
Commissions has approved the Senior Citizen.
Exemption, which allows an
ADDITIONAL$25,000 HOMESTEAD EXEMPTION!
If you meet the following criteria, you may qualify for an
additional Homestead Exemption in Santa Rosa County.
This additional e.empnion is for .the portion.of your tax bill
associated with ire Boara o County Commissioners only.
* Property owner musti e 6s or older
- Total adjusted nousenold income limitations apply
* Must apply no later than March 1, 2005
* Must qualify for and/or currently be receiving Homestead
Exemption
(Note: You must qualify and
may have no reapply annually).
For additional information:
(850) 983-1880 / (850) 934-8175


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age 78, of Milton, died Friday,
January 7, 2005, in a local care
facility. Mrs. Sims was a native
of Randolf County, Alabama
and a former Monsanto
employee. She was a member
of the First Baptist Church of
Bagdad.
Her survivors include her
husband of 52 years-Floyd
Hurston Sims of Milton; a
daughter-Dianne W. Holland
,(Bob) of Milton; 3 step-chil-
dren-Virginia Louise Sims of
Alex City, AL, Daniel Hurston
Sims of Harrisonmille. MO,
Hulda Allett Pike of -Five
Points, AL; 13 grandchildren
and 1 great grandchild; a broth-
er-Harold Elliott of Fredonia,
AL, a sister-Ann Latham of
Chillicothe, OH.
Funeral services for Mrs.
Sims were 11 a.m., Tuesday,
January 11, 2005, in the Lewis
Funeral Home Chapel. Rev.
David Jager, pastor of the First
Baptist Church of Bagdad, offi-
ciated. Burial was in Serenity
Gardens with Lewis Funeral
Home directing.
Active pallbearers were the,
deacons of the First Baptist
Church of Bagdad.
Honorary pallbearers were
the members of her. Sunday
School Class.

Briscall I1,
Thomas Schubert
1969 2004
This is in the loving memo-
ry of my husband, Thomas II,
the father of our 5 year-old son,
Thomas III, and the son of
Thomas and Barbara Briscall,
Sr., his sister Melissa Lardakis
and grandson, who passed'


away on December 18, 2004.
It was a very sad day when
God called you away to be
with Him. Even though we aire
apart, your love still lives in all
of our hearts. We never got to
say goodbye to each other, and
that hurts the most, but we will
still meet together in ,God's
Heavenly Kingdom, where joy,
peace, everlasting love, and
with Jesus at our sides, we will '
always be together. A part of
your love still lives in all our
hearts. Sadly missed by your
son, Thomas III, wife, Jennie,
your mom and dad, sister,
grandmothers, nieces and
nephews, aunts and uncles, and.
friends.
'Memorial services will be
Saturday, January 15, 2005 at
6pm at Lewis Funeral Home,
with Dr. Gary Laird officiating.
Lewis Funeral Home is in
charge of arrangements.

Jernigan, Mart J.
1926 -2005
Mr. Mart J. Jemigan, age
.78, a lifelong resident of Jay
passed away Sunday, January
2, 2005.
Mr. Jernigan was born
August 6, 1926 and had
resided in Pensacola for the
last 13 years. He retired from
Monsanto and served in the'
Army during World War II. He
attended Community Worship
Center in (Beulah) Pensacola,
FL, and was a member of.
Mount Carmel Methodist
Church. He was a loving hus-
band, father, grandfather, and
brother.
'Mr. Jernigan' was preceded
in death by his parents--
.Joseph B. and Barbara


Christine Bray Jemigan, for-
mer wife Earlene Harrison
Jernigan, daughter, Mavis
Blackman and brother Allen
Jernigan.
Mr. Jemigan is survived by
his wife of 13 years-Edna R.
Jernigan of Pensacola, FL;
son-Robert (Darlene)
Jermigan of Jay, sisters
Barbara(Dean) Harris and
Vonnie (Donald) Stanton, Jay,
FL; daughters-Joan (Brian)
Warrick, Jay, FL; Patricia
(Walter) Buck, Cantonment,
FL, Debby (Wayne) Ging,
Pensacola, FL; son-Jack
Lynn (Jerri) Thompson.
Summerdale. AL; 'brothers-
Roy and Jabo Jemigan, both of
Jay; ,18' grandchildren; 12
great-grandchildren; 3 great-
great grandchildren and many
nieces, nephews and friends.
Funeral service was held 2
p.m., Wednesday, January 5,
2005 at Jay Funeral Home with
Rev. Joe Collins and Rev.
George McClure officiating.
Burial followed at Mt. Carmel
Cemetery.
Pallbearers were Walter
Buck. Jr., Jack Buck, Cliff
Sales. Troy Thompson, Darrin
Castleberry and'. Ronnie
Jemigan.
Honorary pallbearers were
John David Hullet, Charlie
Gillman, Darrell Dixon, Max
Houston, John D. Hendricks
and Donald Hendricks.
Jay Funeral Home was in
charge of arrangements.

Broxson,
Edward M.
1927 -2005
Edward M. Broxson, age


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77, of Milton, passed away
Sunday, January 2, 2005 in a
local hospital.
He was a veteran of the U.S.
Army and the Merchant
Marines in World War II, a vol-
unteer of the National and
State Forestry Divisions. Mr.
Broxson was a member of the
Pine Terrace Baptist Church.
He was preceded in death
by a son-Roger Donald
Broxson and the love of his
life-Vivian Broxson.
He is survived by 3 sons-
Edward (Nancy) Broxson, III
of Pelham, TN, John K.
(Be erly) Broxson, Sr. of
Prattville, AL, and Russell K.
Broxson, Sr. of Milton; 2
daughters-Amelia Cheryl
(Tony) Land of Pace, and
Cindy "Sam" (Jimmy) Cobb of
Milton; 1 brother-Jerry
Broxson of Milton: 1 sister-
Vivian. (Bruce) Stewart of
Milton; brothers-in-law-John
Guidy of Milton and Charles
Gillis of Pensacola; sister-in-
law-Jean Guidy of Molino;
30 grandchildren and 18 great
grandchildren, and numerous
nieces and nephew _>.
Funeral services for Mr.
Broxson -were 1 p.m.,
Wednesday, January 5, 2005 in
the Pine Terrace Baptist-
Church with Dr. Mike Wiggins
and Dr. Joe Bamberg officiat-
ing. Burial followed in the
Milton Cemetery with Lewis.
Funeral Home directing.
Active pallbearers were
Russell Broxson, Sr., Kevin
Broxson, Jr., Edward Broxson,
IV, John Broxson, Jr., Michael
Cannon, Jermi Cannon, Tony
Donald Land. Thomas Daniel
Land, and Kenrick Venett.
SHonorary pallbearers were
Senior Mens' Sunday School
Class of Pine Terrace Baptist
Church 'and D.J. McColley,
and Chris Erwin.
Lewis Funeral Home of
Milton was in charge of
arrangements.


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NOTICE OF CHANGE OF

LAND USE AND INTENT TO

CONSIDER AN ORDINANCE
The Santa Rosa County Board of County Commissioners propos-
es to change the use of land within the areas shown in the maps in
this advertisement. A public hearing on the proposal will be held on
January 27, 2005, at 6:00 p.m., at the Santa Rosa County
Administrative Center, ih the Board Meeting Room. 6495 Caroline
Street, Milton, Florida. At the'public hearing the Board of Counti
Commissioners shall consider adoption of an ordinance entitled:

AN ORDINANCE RELATING TO SANTA ROSA COUNTY,
FLORIDA; AMENDING ORDINANCE 2003-25: AMEND-
ING THE FUTURE LAND USE MAP OF THE SANTA ROSA
COUNTY COMPREHENSIVE PLAN; CHANGING THE
LAND USE CLASSIFICATIONS AS DEPICTED IN THE
ATTACHED MAPS; AMENDING ORDINANCE 91-24 AS
AMENDED; CHANGING THE ZONING DISTRICTS AS
DEPICTED IN THE ATTACHED MAPS; APPROVING THE
AMENDMENTS TO THE OFFICIAL ZONING MAP OF
THE LAND DEVELOPMENT CODE AS DEPICTED IN THE
ATTACHED MAPS; AND PROVIDING FOR AN EFFEC-
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Zoning District Amended: From AG (Agriculture District) to R-2
(Medium Density Residential District).
Future Land Use Designation Amended: From Single Family
Residential (up to 4 units/acre) to Residential (up to 18 units/acre).
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Subdivision Districtl to R-2 iMedium Density Residenual Districti.
Future Land Use Designation Amended: From Single Family
Residential i up to 4 uniis/acrel to Residential (up to 18 units/acre ,.


Zoning District Amended: From PBD iPlanned Business
Development District) to R-2 (Medium Density Residentia
District).


Zoning District Amended: From HCD (Highway Commercia.
Development District) to R-1 (Single Family Residential District).
Future Land Use Designation Amended: From Commercial tc


Zoning District Amended: From AG (Agriculture District) to M-
1 (Restricted Industrial District).
FutureLand Use Designation Amended: From Agriculture (1
unit/acre) to Industrial.


Zoning District Amended: From R-1 (Single Family Residential
District) to R-2 (Medium Density Residential District).
Future Land Use Designation Amended: From Single Family
Residential (up to 4 units/acre) to Residential (up to 18 units/acre).


Zoning District Amended: From R-1M (Mixed Residential
Subdivision District) to HCD (Highway Commercial Development
District).
Future Land Use Designation Amended: From Single Family
Residential (up to 4 units/acre) to Commercial.


Zoning District Amended: From NC (Neighborhood Commercia.
District) to HCD (Highway Commercial Development District).

The proposed Ordinance and maps may be inspected by the
public prior to the above scheduled meeting at the Santa Rosa
County Planning Department, 6051 Old Bagdad Highway
Milton, Florida. Interested parties may appear at the meeting
and be heard with respect to this proposed Ordinance. Al
interested parties should take notice that if they decide to
appeal any decision made by the Santa Rosa County Board of
County Commissioners with respect to any matter coming
before said Board at said meeting, it is their individual
responsibility to insure that a record of proceedings they are
appealing exists and for such purpose they will need to insure
that a verbatim record of the proceedings is made, which
record shall include the testimony and the evidence upon
which their appeal is to be based.
Santa Rosa County adheres to the Americans with Disabilities
Act and will make reasonable modifications for access to this
meeting upon request. Please call Santa Rosa County
Planning, Zoning and, Development Division at (850) 981-
7075 or (850) 939-1259 to make a request. For Hearing-
Impaired, 1-800-955-8770 (Voice). Requests must be
received at least 48 hours in advance of the meeting in ordei
to provide the requested service.


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2005! Ex angelist Carl
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guest preacher. Service times
will be: Sundays at 11 a.m. and
6 p.m. Monday through Friday
services %%ill begin at 7 p.m.
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Churches to host Stephanie Leavins on
Stephanie Leavins will be in Church, 5983 Dogwood Dr.,
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more information, please call
623-8207. Faith Baptist Church
is located at 6423 Hamilton
Bridge Road, Milton. Pastor
Dewey Mars and the congrega-
tion are cordially inviting the
community to come enjoy the
fellowship and hearing the
Word of God preached!


Sunday
.Jay. Both Pastors are extending
a warm welcome to everyone.
Call 623-8820 & 675-6228. for
more info.


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j. with Biblical answers about life.

Dear Pastor Gallups, "Do you think that President Bush is
REALLY a Christian? It would be so easy to fake it just so that
he could get the conservative and Christian vote." "Bill Clinton
claimed to be a Christian as well." J.K. Gulf Breeze
Dear J.K., Yes, it would be easy to try and fake one's rela-
tionship with the Lord Jesus. People do it all the time. They are
generally and eventually exposed for their fakery though. Even
Judas was eventually exposed. Pastors, politicians, public fig-
ures and general church members usually cannot keep up a good
charade for long. Why?
The principles for a TRUE, born again relationship with
Jesus Christ- are demanding enough so as to be sustainable
impossible were it not for the indwelling help of the Holy Spirit
in a true believer's life. Understanding that no Christian can live
PERFECTLY in this flesh corrupted by a sin nature, it IS possi-
ble to live consistent, committed, faithful and genuinely as a
Biblical Christian if one is truly born-again.
There is a difference between being simply "religious"' and
having a spiritual, born again relationship with Jesus Christ.
Religion is "things" done in the flesh that hae the appearance
of "goodness". Aborn again relationship is a "changed life. spir-
it, mind and actions" that last, consistently over a lifetime sus-
tained by Worship, scripture living and the indwelling of the
Holy Spirit of Jesus within a person's life.
Is President Bush a true Christian? He SAYS he.is. In my
estimation, he seems to be. We x% ill see over time. BillClinton
claimed to be a Christian and a Southern Baptist!
In my humble opinion, I saw very little in the man's life that
would bear that testimony out. He was pro-homosexual, pro-
abortion, an adulterer, a liar and .he attempted to use scripture for
his own gain, but wound up misquoting it on several occasions,
publicly! I saw nothing "genuine" in him. On the other hand, I
see many "genuine" things about President Bush and his claim
to be a Christian. In the end, of course, neither you nor I are the
ultimate judge of either of these men.
It is my sincere prayer that President Bush is a genuine born-
again believer and that he leads this nation based upon the prin-
ciples of God's Word and a daily, consistent prayer life.
Carl Gallups is the Pastor of Hickory Hammock Baptist Church. in Milton.
He has a Bachelor of Science degree from Florida State University, and a Master
of Divinity from The New Orleans Baptist-Theological Seminary. He has been
pastor of HHBC since 1987. He serves as an hbienmational Youth Evangelist for
the Southern Baptist Convention since /990 preaching all over the U.S. and
Canada. For more information about HHC, call 623-8959 or visit our website @
www.hickoryhammockbaptist.org. If you have any questions for Ask The
Preacher, send it to: Ask The Preacher, Hickory Hammock Baptist Church, 8351
Hickory Hammock Road, Milton, Florida 32583-paid advertisement







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Gret TingAr AR"S appnin At Milo ihSho


Senior Feature:


JtoeL 'Bwi


iRushing from computer to
computer, quickly scrolling
through fonts that need to be
r compiled, hoping all pictures are
save-d in the right folders, and
S. mostly praying that computers
il l not faai-these are the
..a b r ;. H. thoughts racing through
Af.Heather Bivenis mind. The new
S. newspaper editor at Milton High
School looks forward to enjoying
all of the benefits of being a sen-
t. or at MHS, such as parking on
campus in her Mitsubishi Galant,
senior dinner. project graduation
S. and iof coursee graduation'T she
says with a mile.
In addition to having been on
SHeatherIs a member of the
Hall fur or her class boards,
National Honor Society,
Newspaper and Beta Club, in
which she is the Community
Service Director. My favorite is
Ne wspaper, .here lim the Editor
in Chief
History is the subject H-ather en o,. cHnhrr betu.e orjt Ca,:-, Stev Lorckliri. i love learning how this
country sastofrmed and the people .. h helped torm it i H:o tr...1r. Sanborn s one of Iher favorite teachers
for teaching her how to get in." v oved ioth things .rndt,, Lch1 aware ut people who are truaing to trick her.
Heather s m ost memorable nmoinent iisvh,'-ri Miton Hi.,hi~ o,vrn .,arty football team went to the Semi-
State Championship during her freshman ear She -'lairr how awesome it as to have athe Panthers make
it so far ahesd of other school
Family is a big factor in %.hll e Hathlr t:odi, Her Frnnth: arent. M-.hael and Dorothy Story She
has two sster.. Tammr,, Fountarid Arid drnhber h r.k,:m HLr tartheri inchael Brooks Other members of her
family include Little Bit. Cookie Bink, in c r, ird,. Prnch: a rd Buter iChihuihuas), Dusty (mixed breed),
,four biros, and three cats Henather haIppil. id:m, h rt., Cit ..f rrh, kbabo,
After-gradua ion Heather plan; to ittern j'r,,,-l iicr -:i'. at the WVarrinrgton campus, where she
.vill rpaiort i.hadiology u ether trul, ,inrol beCe. I h- i i.,nior te,:aue oane she graduates she will be
in the real w ,orld, paying her ov n bi is .collrge nri, hr.. ,n, ,o-'r her o ..r,
Heatheris Special Thanks:
First arid foremost. I wouldl d l.e ir ih)tranl od r iire me the strength and courage I needed to make
it through school Next I would d like to, thraii ,, myn or .al'.', sticking by me and Mike thanks for being
the father I need. I love y,:,u bc.,thl Tic my b',.t trner,,d7 Sjni.r, tha Forester and Christina Boos, you guys are
the greatest and I hope we car ':,cntnue our trirnd:i,,p, tor ,earc r come To all my friends. thank you for
making high ;chcil tun T.) each ot th'- teacher. I h.,hd I ,..',ant to thank earh one of you for sharing
your 'ALsdom and k'no,..,iedge wth me t..Ar( .: th th rnk ,'.'u tor tiAing over newspaper, you have made
the newspaper better than itis e..er beenl To the raft ei Cb-itn HiHgh School. thank you for making my expe-
rience at NIHS the greatest Finally to an', ,ron- I h rg,,ten, thank ,'ou!


The Milton High Schoo fami y i elcomies back one of its on


..... ... he was the Dean of Students frlm 1997. 2
Pal5 5In the fa of 20 2, Mr, Retheord wa
Mr," R N appointed to s distant l inopl at a arrc
High Sch0, As of January 3rd, 20 he w
deta e .... appointed back home to Miaton High Schoo

Mr Retheord has been marriedito rer


-- eas ao 17s Sieaso an MHS cheerleaderr from 1967
-ialo d11971,hey haeve three chidrenn Amanda
to-2aJessicadando Dstin,
Mr, D any Retheord returned Assistant ossasthestathampionshipGgame.against .
Prindpa in Jauar, 20Q5, Tampa Catholic, Mr, Retheford Sared his Werome to MHS, Mr, Retherord
Mr, Retherford is proud to say he w a stu. teaching and coahingcareer at GO fBreez"
dentlathete hereatMiltonHighSchool from in 1977 1 a aScience teacher, footba and.
1968. 1971 He participated in varsiy foot. baebal coachit He returned to MHS n 1979
ba three years and varsiy baseball two 6 1997 a aScience teacher, footba and -di*J -
yearst, He is aso proud to say thatthe 197 bseba I(coach He he, d the positions the z',' .
-71 footba team hadarecordof8-andthe Head baseball coach from 1990-94 iN1997 u :
b8eba teamhad a record of 17-1,Theony hi transferred toC0uf reezeMidde where


SMHS School Related Employee of the Year


Good-bye to Assistant Principal Benjie West


The Milton High School family said
good-bye to Assistant Principal,
Benjie West on December 17th.
Mr West had been at MHS since
2002 He will be missed by his co-
workers and students as he moves
to Central High School. Pictured
with Mr. West on his last day at
MHS is his family, wife Knstie whc
is Athletic Secretary at MHS
daughter Kolbie, a sixth grade stu-
dent at King Middle School, anc
son, Benjamin a second grade stu-
dent at Rhodes Elementary.


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Important Phone Nuimbers for ,VIHS
Main Office: 983-5600
Main Office Fax 983-5610
Guidance: 983-5609
Guidance Fax: 983-5618
Attendance :983-5608
Band: 983-5611
Weight Room: 983-5606
Chorus: 983-5613
M. Rutledge:983-5616
Athletic Fax:983-5614


S.rnr.th was presented wth a bowI oft
f tdohrabatdoros from adminisira-
on rid'sfaff when they named her MHS
Show Rei4ted Employee of the Year for
taMr Bnin Noack. Assistant
P6"4icWrs. St.san E. Smith, and Mr.
L ""Ir". Jr, Pnnoipal
SNigh School is proud to
anw 6i that Mrs. Susan E, Smith was
d ~.their school related employ-


ee for 2004-2005. She is the proud
mother of Jacob, MHS Class of 2002,
Jenna, MHS Class of 2003, and Jazlyn
an 8th grader at Hobbs Middle School
who will be attending Milton High next
year. Her family is rounded out by three
4-footed children Daisy, Petie and
Clara.
Mrs. Smith began her career with the
SRC School Board at Rhodes
Elementary where she was a teacher
assistant in the 1st grade from 1996 to
1997. She then moved to T.R. Jackson
from 1997 to 1999 as a teacher assis-


- Susan E. Smith


tant Mrs. Smith then came to Mitor
High in 1999 where she was assigned t
the attendance office as a teacher asss.
tant until 2002, when she took the jo:
as Athletic Secretaiy In 2003, she wa.
again promoted to a Secretary II where
her main job is payroll for MiRlton gl
School and working with the si
tutes, Mrs, Smith has numerous other
jobs and she is always willing to hel
anyone and any department at.
moments notice.


Congratulations Mrs. Susan Smith!


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-anta Rosa County, will sell to
he highest bidder for cash in
.and, subject to any liens and
encumbrances, the following
j vehicle at 104 E. Nine Mile
lRd., Pensacola, FL 32534:
On January 24, 2005:
@ 1:00PM 1999 Ford
[VIN#1FAFP53UOXA319572
Vehicle may be Inspected 1
week prior, at lienor storage
facility, Downs Paint & Body,
6141 Highway 90 West, Milton,
FL 32570.
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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE FIRST JUDICIAL CIR-
CUIT, IN AND FOR SANTA
ROSA COUNTY, FLORIDA
FAMILY LAW DIVISION
Case No.: 04-2270-DR
Division: C
IN RE: THE MARRIAGE OF
AMY RASCH, .
Petitioner/Wife,
and
FREDERICK M. RASCH,
Respondent/Husband.
AMENDED NOTICE OF


ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
TO: Frederick M. Rasch
Apalachee Correctional
Institution
West Unit
52 West Unit Drive
Sneads, Florida 32460-4165
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an
action has been filed against
you and that your are required
to serve a copy of your written
defenses, if any, to it on AMY
RASCH, whose address Is cdo
Mary Ann Patti, Esquire, 2005
West Garden Street,
Pensacola, Florida 32501, on
or before January 29, 2005,
and file the original with the
clerk of this Court at the Santa


Rosa County Courthouse,
6865 Caroline Street, Milton,
Florida 32570, before service
on the Petitioner or immediate-
ly thereafter. If you fall to do
so, a default may be entered
against you for the relief
demanded in the petition.
Copies of all court docu-
ments in this case, Including
orders, are available at the
Clerk of the Circuit Court's
office. You may review these
documents upon request.
You must keep the Clerk of
the Circuit Court's office
notified of your current
address. Future papers In
this lawsuit will be mailed to
the address on record at the
clerk's office.
WARNING: Rule 12.285,


I The Santa Rosa Press Gazette


Local
Florida Family Law Rules of
Procedure, requires certain
automatic disclosure of doc-
uments and Information.
Failure to comply can result
in sanctions, including dis-
missal or striking of plead-
Ings.
Dated: December 23, 2004.
CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT
COURT
CIRCUIT COURT SEAL
By: Ryan N. Novak
010505
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011905
012605
1/6


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
FOR SANTA ROSA COUNTY,
FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
File No 57-2004-CP-398
Division C
IN RE: ESTATE OF
WILLIAM M. KOGER
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
The administration of the
estate of WILLIAM M. KOGER,
deceased, whose date of
death was September 20,
2004, is pending in the Circuit
Court for Santa Rosa County,
Florida, Probate Division, the
address of which is located at


6865. Caroline Street, Milton,
Florida 32570. The names and
addresses of the personal rep-
resentative and the personal
representative's attorney are
set forth below.
All creditors of the decedent
and other persons having
claims or demands against
decedent's estate on whom a
copy.of this notice is required
to be served must file their
claims with this court WITHIN
THE LATER OF 3 MONTHS
AFTER THE TIME OF THE
FIRST PUBLICATION OF
THIS NOTICE OR 30 DAYS
AFTER THE DATE OF SER-
VICE OF A COPY OF THIS
NOTICE ON THEM. '
All other creditors of the dece-
dent and other persons having


claims or demands against
decedent's estate must file
their claims with this court
WITHIN 3 MONTHS AFTER
THE DATE OF THE FIRST
PUBLICATION OF THIS
NOTICE.
ALL CLAIMS NOT SO FILED
WILL BE FOREVER BARRED.
NOTWITHSTANDING THE
TIME PERIOD SET FORTH
ABOVE, ANY CLAIM FILED
TWO (2) YEARS OR MORE
AFTER THE DECEDENT'S
DATE OF DEATH IS
BARRED.
The date of first publication of
this notice is January 5, 2005.
Attorney for Personal
Representative:'


Page 7-B


Jennifer L. Bushnell, Esq. Of
Emmanuel, Sheppard &
Condon
Attorneys for Personal
Representative
Florida Bar No. 0617555
30 South Spring Street
Pensacola, Florida 32502
Telephone: (850) 433-6581
Personal Representative:
/s/ Linda M. Koger
Linda M. Koger
4734 Autumndale Drive
Pace, Florida 32571
010505
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Public Flu sl

Maxim Health Systems is
offering immunizations to
those considered high risk by
the Centers for Disease
Control (CDC). With the
health of the community at the
utmost importance, one local
clinic is scheduled for Friday,
January 14th, 2005. In the
'midst of a nationwide shortage
of the vaccine, all participants
will be required to sign a ques-
tionnaire that attests to the fact
that they are indeed at high
risk.
The CDC defines "high-
risk" as:
-anyone 65 years of age
or older
-anyone with chronic
.medical problems or condi-
tions that weaken the immune
system
-women who expect to be
pregnant during the flu season
-residents of nursing
homes and long-term care
facilities
-healthcare workers with
direct patient care
-out of home caregivers
or household contacts for chil-
dren less than 6 months of age
-children 6 months of age
to 18 years of age on long-
term aspirin treatment
-all household contacts
for high risk individuals
Note: Maxim Health
Systems will vaccinate chil-
dren over the age of 9 years
that are classified as high risk.
Parents of high-risk children
under the age of 9 are urged to
contact their physician.
The local location for shots
will be at the Pace Assembly
of God, 3948 Hwy. 90, Pace,


hots available

FL. Any participant with Pace Relay for Life Steering Committee to meet


Medicare Part B coverage will
receive their shot at no cost.
Maxim will also provide free
immunization to anyone cov-
ered by the following HMO's:
Blue Cross Blue Shield of
Florida, Avmed, Welfare, Care
Plus, Health First Health
Plans, Quality Health Plan,
United Healthcare, Aetna, and
Preferred Care Partners. All
others not covered by the
Plans above will purchase
their vaccinations through
Maxim Health Systems for a
cost of $20.
There will be a very limited
number of doses for this event,
so the immunizations will be
given: on, a first come, first
serve basis. '


15th 8-until. Every-
thing must go,. nth-.
ing over a dollar.
Loads of stuff. Don't
miss it. 5153 Bent
Tree Lane off 87.
East Milton
MOVING SALE-
SAT.15TH, lots of'
children items' and
household goods.
7:30 until everything
is sold. 6744 Le
Grande, Milton
MOVING SALE:
4329 Garcon Point
Rd. Friday and Sat-
urday 8am until...


The Pace Relay' For Life is
getting organized and geared
up for its April 15-16, 2005
event. The first-time event for
Pace is being dedicated to the
memory of Byanthia
McAndrew, a dearly loved
Pace High School guidance
counselor who recently lost
her battle with cancer. All
Steering Committee members
are encouraged to attend the
next meeting scheduled for
January 13, at 6 p.m. at the
Locklin Technical Center.
The Steering Committee
members are encouraged to
attend the next meeting
scheduled for January 13, at 6
p.m. at the Locklin Technical
Center. The Steering


curio shelves, sofa
dinette, tools, old
glass, bed frames,
come see- Fri-Sat
4348 Jemigan Rd.
Pace, 7am-til

GARAGE SALE:
Multi-Family, 7 until
2 Sat, Jan.15th 5764
Westmont Ave.

INSIDE SALE- all
different items, rea-
sonable prices. Jan.
13,14 and 15th from
7 until. 4512
Mesquite Dr.


MOVING IN ISale:
overloaded! Furin-
ture, tools, house-
hold, queen bed,
fridge, large wood
shelf, dressers and
kitchen appliances
more. Vetrens
discount W/I.D.
Thursday 13th &
Friday 14th. 8-1.
1836 Garcon Pt Rd.

RUMMAGE SALE-
ALL types of items,.
Sat. Jan. 15th 8-12.
5159 D Astor village


Committee members' are:
Amber Adkinson, Gralyn
Adkinson, Mae Adkinson
(Relay Chair), Shana
Carlson, Heather Cassida,
Louis Cassida, Linda Chavis,
Jean Ellis, Carolyn Fenton,
Beth Hardcastle, Pat
Holtman, Jerilyn Hughes,
Rocky Leber, Gwen Murray,
Shirley Parker, Pat Powell-


Peterson, Margaret Porter.
Tracy Price, Jo Sheffield,
Kim Shell, Beth Siyufy, Tom
Stewart, Jerry Sumlin and
Joy Welch. Teams already
registered include S.S. Dixon
Primary School, Sims Middle
School, S.S. Dixon
Intermediate School, Gulf
Coast Xtreme Baseball, Pace
Rotary Club, Friends and


Family, Immanuel Baptist
Church, Family of Byanthia
McAndrew, Patriot Platoon
and Pace High School
Faculty. For information on
how your team can help fight
cancer, contact Heather
Cassida, Team Recruitment
Chair, at 995-9331 or Mae
Adkinson, Relay Chair, at
994-4959.


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JOINT LAND USE STUDY
The Santa Rosa County Joint Land Use Study (JLUS) Policy Committee will be
holding a meeting to review draft work products related to implementation of the
JLUS study recommendations on:
Tuesday, January 18, 2005
1:00 p.m.-3:00 p.m.
Administrative Complex Center, Commissioners Board Room
6495 Caroline Street. Milton. Florida

The-purpose of this meeting is to discuss the progress of the implementation of JLUS
recommendation and make any policy decisions required at this time. For more
information concerning this meeting call the Community Planning, Zoning, and
Development Division at 981-7075 or visit the County's Website at www.co.santa-
rosa.fl.us.:

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


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FSA targets funds for socially disadvantaged farmers


,. By: Travis R. Kelley
County Executive Director
The Florida State Farm
Service -. Agency (FSA)
announced the availability of
funds for Socially
Disadvantaged (SDA) individ-
uals who want to purchase or
operate a family-size farm in
fiscal year 2005.


MORE THAN JUST

BEANCOUNTERS


THE TAX
PROFESSIONALS

Equity Accounting, Inc.
4430 Hwy. 90, Suite H
Pace, FL 32571
995-8848

S. Rick Faircloth, EA
President
Yvonne Penninger
Office Mgr.


"This special financing is
for people who have been sub-
jected to racial, ethnic or gen-
der inequality without regard to
their individual qualities. SDA
members include women,
African Americans, American
Indians, Hispanics, Asian and
Pacific Islanders and Alaskan
Natives," said Aubrey Sapp,
Santa Rosa County FSA Farm
Loan Program Manager.
The SDA program provides
direct and guaranteed assis-
tance in the form of farm oper-
ating and farm ownership


Fruit Trees

Satsumas
Cumquats
Shade Trees
Fruit Trees

Walther Nursery
2400 Hwy. 182

Chumuckla, FL
(next to. Chumuckla School)


Doe, yor bokr cll ou it
ida or oS yu hve o0cll hem


MORGAN INVESTMENT SERVICES, INC.
Fred T. Morgan ..
Financial Consultant
Pace Office 4430 Hwy 90, Suite 1-1 Pace, FL .
Office (850) 995-0068 Fax (850) 995-0301
Securities Offered Through Linsco/Private Ledger
Member NASD/SIPC ,,..,,,


Shoppe
P H AR MACY
(Formerly The Prescription Shop)
We're Smart. We're Trustworthy. We're Professional.
And You Know What Else? We're 100% Focused on You.
5524 Stewart St. Milton, FL 32570
Phone: 850-623-3211 Fax: 850-623-2353
Web Address: www.medicineshoppe.com Email: 1844@redicineshoppe.com
MC/Visa Workmen's Comp We accept most insurance


loans. Direct loans are made to
applicants from FSA.
Guaranteed loans are issued by
lending institutions, but typi-
cally 90 or 95 percent of the
loan is guaranteed by FSA.
Operating loans may be
used to purchase livestock,
equipment, feed, seed, and
other business related expens-
es. Repayment terms runs from
one to seven years.
Ownership loans provide
capital to purchase or enlarge a


Dr. Martin
The Word of Alive
Christian Center will host a
prayer breakfast at the T.R.
Jackson Pre-K Center
Saturday, January 15, 2005 at
10 a.m, Pastor Thomas Long,
will be the guest speaker.
Tickets are $8 and will be
available at McCray's
Fashion, 5176 Stewart St.,
Milton.


farm, construct or improve.
buildings, promote soil and
water conservation and pay
closing costs. Direct owner-
ship loan terms are up to 40
years. Guaranteed loan terms
are established by the lender.
Qualified candidates are
provided information and
assistance to develop sound
management practices, analyze
problems and utilize available
resources essential for success-
ful farming operations to cope


Luther King
Minister's Wives will host,
a commemorative program at
T.R. Jackson Pre-K Center
Sunday, January 16, at 6 p.m.
On Monday, January 17,
the annual parade will line up
at 8:30 a.m. at Milton High
School. Entry fee is $20 and
applications are available at
McCray's Fashions. Parade
begins at 10 a.m. Grand


with the changing agricultural
environment.
SDA loan applicants do not
receive automatic approval.
Individuals must be U.S. citi-
zens with a satisfactory history
of meeting credit obligation;
have sufficient education,
training or experience manag-
ing or operating a farm; pos-
sess legal, capacity to incur
debt; and be unable to obtain
credit elsewhere.
Contact your FSA County


Office servicing Santa Rosa
County at (850) 623-2441 ext.
2 or USDA Service Center for
more loan information. You
may find the local office listed
under the blue or government
pages of your local telephone
directory.


Advertise with
us! Call 623-2120
for details!


celebration scheduled


Marshall Ifor the parade will
be Mr. Brandt Hoderick.
A dedication of MLK
Habitat for Humanity House,
located at 6769 Walker St,
will be at 12 noon, followed
by a block celebration on Dr.
Martin Luther King Drive.
Vendor booths are available
for $25. Applications for this
event are also available at


McCray's Fashions. Do come
and enjoy free activities for
the children, entertainment
for the family and lots bf
food.
MLK t-shirts (James Street
Youth) are available, sizes
small to XL at $10 each. Add
$2 for every "X" size after
Order these from James Street
Youth or McCray's Fashions.


UWF SBDC presents Steps to Starting a Business


The University of West
Florida Small Business
Development Center (401 E.
Chase St, Suite 100, Pensacola)
is presenting "Steps to Starting
a Business" on Thursday mom-
ing, January 20, 2005 from 9


a.m. to noon. Attendees will
learn about taxation, financing,
insurance, and legal forms of
business. Attendance is $20 for
the public and free for students
and faculty members of the.
University of West Florida who


Friends host meeting
The Friends of the Gardens ing Thursday, January 13,
of Northwest Florida, formerly 2005., Regina Sister, graduate
Friends of the Milton Gardens, student, will speak on the fern
will hold their quarterly meet- trials that she conducted this


Steel Roofing

And Siding
And everything in between including zee purlins, cee
channels, trim, fasteners, windows, doors, and skylights.
They're manufacturer direct, too. 0M iAfia f
Jackson, MS 1-800-647-8540 gf
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present a Nautilus card. Call to
register at 850/473-7830.
SBDC workshops, seminars.
and conferences provide practi-
cal, up-to-date information on
business topics ranging from
the basics to more advanced


summer. A light supper will be
available for $3 at 6 p.m. The
business meeting will begin at
6:30 p.m. in the Student
Activity Center, Bldg. 4200.
The Friends of the Gardens is a
group of interested citizens in
promoting the gardens as a
botanical garden located, on the
Milton Campus of the


business management skills.
Instructors include SBDC
Certified Business Analysts,
faculty from higher education,
government experts, and pri-
vate-sector professionals.



University of Florida and
Pensacola Junior College. The
public is invited to attend the.
meeting and are encouraged to
join the Friends of the Gardens'
organization. For more infor-
mation, please call 850/983-
5216, Ext. 123.


AtrSchool Care~


Experienced childcare workers preferred, but not required.
Great Pay!
Santa Rosa Community School
Ava Snellgrove Lauren Kirchgessner
983-5650 934-4095
Milton/Pace Gulf Breeze/Navarre


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Avalon Beach-Mulat Fire Protection District
(Avalon Fire/Rescue District)
Local Bill Summary
This local bill codifies various special acts pertaining to the
Avalon Beach-Mulat Fire Protection District into one special act
as required by section 191.015, Florjda Statutes; creating the
Avalon Beach-Mulat Fire Protection District, also known as the
Avalon Fire/Rescue District, within Santa Rosa County; providing
definitions; authorizing the board to levy ad valorem taxes on the
property within the district; recognizing the currently approved
referendum maximum as valorem tax millage rate of 1 mill and
providing for the increase of the maximum millage rate by refer-
endum in accordance with section 191.009; requiring the board!
to make annual reports; providing for the repeal of Laws of
Florida chapters 80-608, 82-378,82-379, 82-391 and providing
an effective date. Open public hearing occurred on this bill on|
December 6, 2004, at an advertised meeting of the local
Legislative Delegation and on October 18, 2004, at a scheduled
meeting of the Commissioners of the Avalon Beach-Mulat Firl
Protection District when it was approved by unanimous vote. 4
final decision will be reached during the upcoming session of th
Florida Legislative scheduled to begin in March 2005.


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I PACE WATER BOARD ELECTION U .N
The Board of directors of the Pace Water System would like to
announce that Qualifications to become a candidate for election
to the board of Directors has officially opened. To become a
Candidate you must be at least 18 years old and be a member of
the Pace Water System. Candidates can qualify by filling out
the qualification form in the news-paper of picking up a form at
the Pace Water System Office located at 4401 Woodbine Road.
There will be one Board Member elected from each of three
Voting Districts.
District I North of Hwy 90 to Tunnel Road and Gardenview
Road, North and East of Guernsey Road to Berryhill Road and
East of Chumuckla Highway 197 to Pond Creek.
-District 2 South of Hwy 90 to the Bay and West of Mundy
Lane to Escambia River and North and West of Chumuckla
Road to Guernsey Road and North and West of Woodbine Road
to Tunnel Road.
District 3 East of Mundy Lane and South of Hwy 90 to Pond
Creek including all of the Avalon Beach area to Indian Bayou.
Deadline for qualifying is 5:00 PM January 14, 2005.
BOARD OF DIRECTOR ELECTION QUALIFICATION FORM
(2004 Election February 17, 2005)
We the undersigned members of the Pace Water System,
respectfully request that the following name be placed in nom-
ination as a candidate for a member of the. Board of Directors
of said system.

Candidate's Name Address Phone#
Our candidate lives in District of the Pace Water System.


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Pnrp Aren Chmhber of Commerce


PACE AREA
CHAMBER
OF COMMERCE
4344 HWY. 90
Pace, Florida 32571
Phone: 850-994-9633
Fax: 850-994-9577
Email:
pacechamber@pacechamber.
corn
Website: www.pacechamber.com

OFFICERS:
Joe Shofner President
Mark Locklin-Vice President
Ted Dotson- President elect
Mae Cameron-Secretary
Eddie Smith-Treasurer

BOARD of DIRECTORS:-
Mark Locklin Skyline Outdoor
Communications, Inc.
Mark Cotton Cotton Real Estate
Jimmy Cross Walmart #990.
Ted Dotson Pace Water Systems,
Inc..
James Hart Five Points Small
Engine Repair
C.E. "Eddie" Smith Pace
Memorials
Daniel Saba- Locklin & Jones
David Winkle- Winkle's Pharmacy
Bubba Drinkard-Oakleigh Farms
Warren Austin- Buffalo Rock
Margaret Porter Nationwide
Insurance Agency
Mae Cameron Santa Rosa Florist
Joe Shofner Joe Shofner
Accountant
Noel Spurlock Advanced Dental
Concepts
Dan Stewart Dan Stewart, P.A.
Tom Stewart- Stewart
Enterprises, Inc.
Wenda Sullivan Sullivan Family
Pharmacy
Sandy Wyatt Southland Builders,
Inc.
Derek Jackson- People's First
Community Bank-Director Elect

STAFF:.
Lloyd Hinote-
Executive Director
Cyndi Fairfield,
Administrative Assistant
Charity Williams,
Administrative Assistant
Michele Jones-Volunteer

PRINTING:
A product of the Santa ,
Rosa Press Gazette, -
printed in cohjufcti'on
ith-YOUR Pace Area
Chamber of Commerce.


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President's Report


PACE CHAMBER


HAPPY NEW YEAR! It is
amazing how quickly 365 days
can fly by. I am looking for-
ward to a great 2005.
rAs we begin the New Year
we are pleased to report that our
building repairs are almost
complete. We have.a new roof
and the. interior repairs are
being completed this week. I
know the staff will be most
appreciative to return to normal
operations.
We also have our "BIG"
event scheduled this month -
our Annual Banquet. The
banquet is scheduled for


Monday, January 24, 2005, so
please make, plans to attend and
purchase your tickets at the
Chamber Office. As in the past
the event will be held at the
"Farmers Opry House" in
Chumuckla where we will
enjoy great food and very
relaxed atmosphere.

It is extremely important to
the Chamber that we have
members serve on our several
standing Committees. Among
those are Monthly
Breakfast/Business After,
Hours, Ribbon Cuttings/Grand


Openings, Membership, Fund
Raising Events, Community
Affairs, Military Affairs, Shop
Pace, and the Monthly
Newsletter. All of these are
important to the Chamber and
need more member participa-
tion. If you would like to serve
on any of these committees,
please contact our staff at the
Chamber.

I look forward to seeing you
at the Annual Banquet. Best
Wishes for a Happy and
Healthy New Year.


Joe Shofner


Executive Director's Report


-Lloyd Hinote


As we begin 2005, we
have a lot to be thankful for.
Most of us are still repairing
and recovering from Ivan
but as I talk to people
throughout our area, I hear
the positive attitude of
everyone. It is amazing how
most people handle situa-
tions such as we have expe-
rienced.
Everyone seemed to be
affected to some degree but
those who were hit hardest
seem- to be the most deter-
mined. Eventually, given
the proper time and support,
our entire area will excel.
While your Chamber was
extremely fortunate, we did
.receive considerable dam-


Fred Morgan
Morgan Investmdnt Services Inc.
Fred Morgan
4430 Highway 90 Suite 1-1
Nettlewood Plaza, Pace, FL 32571
(850) 995-0068
www.lpl.com/fred.morgan
nvest@bellsouth.net
Have you
heard
FNANCIAL from your
SERVICES r yo
Securities offered through broker
Linsco/Private Ledger lately?
Member NASD/SIPC ly


age. We have a new roof in
place and work is now being
done to restore the inside of
our building. Physical dam-
age can be seen and meas-
ured for repairs. The effect
of Ivan on your Chamber's
operation is not quite so vis-
ible.
Your Chamber depends
entirely on the support of its
Members and. without that
support it is very difficult to
exist. Almost everyone has
been distracted in different
degrees but as we start the
New Year, please let me
urge you to become
involved in your Chamber
more than ever. Support it
with your membership dues.
Support it with your spon-
sorships and attendances to
its events and functions.
Take part in its activities.
Use the many free servic-
es your .Chamber offers in


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. Vitamins .Mierals Herbs ,
Organic Foods *Natural Health Books
850-994-3606
immie D. Hill, Ph.D. H' h .'
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e-mail; pvyhill@aol.com
Ask about our 10% Discount Club


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You.can pick up a Press Gazette at the following locations:
i ,'.


MILTON
Santa Rosa County Courthouse
Bass Ouickburger
Texas Roadhouse
Cisco's
Santa Rosa Medical Center
Country Market
The Other Place
Winn Dixie
Eckerd's
Pic 'N Say
Milton Bakery
Groovin Noovins
Short Stop (Munson)
Race Trac Gas Station
Food World
K-Mart
Press Gazette Office
Tom Thumb @ Glover Lane
Tom Thumb @ Williard Norris
Road
Tom Thumb @ By-Pass
Tom Thumb @ Skyline
Santa Rosa County Complex
Hardee's
Ace's Restaurant
Family Dollar
Chubby's


EAST MILTON
Reggie's Bar-B-Que
Local Yokel
Kiley's
Exprezit
Shell Food Store
Tom Thumb @ Ward Basin
Tom Thumb @ Highway 87S
NORTH MILTON
(WHITING FIELD)
Ike's Food Mart
Tom Thumb @ Highway 87N
Up The Creek Store
Bubba's (Berrydale)

JAY
Diamond BP Gas Station
Farmer's Country Market
Gree's Grocery Store
PACE
Aunt Mary's
Dollar Tree
Whataburger
Wal-Mart (Inside @ Cash
Registers & Oustide Rack)
J&J Food Store


Hllnnv Cftc-rA I


Iappy w oe
Winn Dixte
Korner Kwik
Pic-N-Sav
Groovin Noovins
Groovin Noovins (Woodbine)
Pace Mini Mart
Penny Pantry
Penny Pantry (Woodbine)
Tom Thumb @ Bell Lane
Tom Thumb @ Woodbine
Tom Thumb @ Highwy 90
Tom Thumb @ Crossroads
Tom Thumb @ Chumuckla
Ryans
Village Inn
Oops Alley
AVALON
Tom Thumb @ Avalon Blvd.
Tom Thumb @ Mulat Road
Avalon Express
BAGDAD
B&B Food Store
Tom Thumb
Local Yokel


* Lifestyles Obituaries Sports Business Reviews


* Kornerstone a
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its never-ending efforts to
serve its valuable Members.
We hold bi-monthly break-
fast and business after
hours plus ribbing cuttings.
You are invited to attend all
of these.
Due to the aftermath of
the storm, our Annual
Banquet was postponed
until January 24, 2005. This
is our main fundraiser and it
is a golden opportunity to
really help the chamber get
off to a great start for the
New Year. We invite you to
be a sponsor (see large
announcement in this issue)
and we want you to attend.
Please watch our
newsletters and our e-mails
for announcements and
take advantage of each.
The Chamber would like to
wish you and yours a happy
new year. Help us make
this the best year ever,
j .


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Press Gazette! Call
626-9500 for
details


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Pace, FL 32571
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SANTA

ROSA PRESS

GAZETTE

AND

THE PACE

AREA

CHAMBER

OF

COMMERCE
The Pace Area Chamber of
Commerce, Inc. in conjunction
with the Santa Rosa Press
Gazette publishes 'Pace
Keynotes.' We offer special
rates to Members of the Pace;
Area Chamber of Commerce,
Inc. 'Pace Keynotes' is pub-
lished on the second
Wednesday of each month. The
deadline for placing an, ad in
this
publication is the first
Wednesday of the month.
Below are sizes in inches and
the cost for ads:

10" x 11'Pace
Keynotes............... ...
$100.00
3.236" x 4" The Press
Gazette .....................
$00

10" x 5" Pace
Keynotes
$60.00
3.236" x 3" The Press
Gazette ........................
$00

3.236" x 5.5" Press
Keynotes.....................
$40.00
3.236" x 5" The Press
G azette ........................
$00

3.236" x 2" Pace
Keynotes...................
$25.00 '".o -- .
1.542" x 2" The Press
Gazette ...................
$00

Please call Debbie
Coon at 623-2120 or
393-3666 if you are
interested in
advertising











Pace Area Chamber of Commerce


Ne[w Year, New Term -[ M l i1akFi~ IL kingRsoluioi[]Ins


Wendell Hall. Sheriff
As this article is being writ-
ten we are in the midst of the
holiday season and the year
2005 is upon us. Every year at
this time people do two things:
(1) reflect .on the past year and,
(2) focus on the New Year. In
doing so we develop what is
S referred to as New Year
S solutions. At the Santa Rosa
S 'County Sheriff's Office we are
m" making resolutions as well.
Our focus is in review of the
S* ,past four years and preparing to
S implement our strategies for the
pext four years.
In preparing this article I
looked at the top ten most com-
S mdn New Year Resolutions. I
Sielieve our agency can develop
resolutions around these. While
they are not in specific order
these are three of my resolu-
tions over the next year and
biext term taken from the top ten
: li t.

Save or earn money -
while Hurricane Ivan damaged
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New

Name: Weekleys
Pharmacy
Tim Weekley
Address:6096
Berryhill Rd.
Milton, FL 32570
Phone:
623-3476
Fax: 626-2299


the jail to the point we are
unable to house federal prison-
ers we are continuing to make
significant progress in construc-
tion efforts with our resolution
to open the jail and regain the
almost two-million dollars in
revenue we earn each year for
the county.
Exercise more this year
we implement our physical fit-
ness policy for all law enforce-
ment and corrections person-
nel. This policy will require
personnel to work toward
physical fitness goals to be in
the best physical shape possi-
ble so they can do their job
safely and more effectively.
Stick to budget as prom-
ised during my campaigns; I
will spend your tax dollars
wisely. This is accomplished
in part by sticking with our
agency budget., I believe these
next several years because of
the financial' impact of
Hurricane Ivan and the loss of


certain revenues it will be even
more critical to stick to our
budget. At the same time I
look for our agency and the
county to explore many oppor-
tunities to enhance county rev-
enues and help us meet the
mandates upon our budgets so
we may more effectively and
efficiently provide services to
the citizens of Santa Rosa
County. My office will work
diligently with the Board of
County Commissioners and
other constitutional officers in
* these efforts.
These are just three of many
resolutions I have placed before
my staff and challenged them to
develop strategies to meet them.
These resolutions are goals we
are making to ensure we serve
you better in the upcoming year
and in my next term as your
Sheriff.

Happy New
Year!


LCOMEX

Members for December


Type of
Business:
Pharmacy

Name:Cheri M.
Van Atta
Address:4140
Berryhill Rd.
Pace, FL 32571


Phone:
995-7042
Email: cherublmt @
bellsouth.net
Type of
Business:
Massage Therapy


YOUR BUSINESS WILL BENEFIT
BY BELONGING TO A CHAMBER OF COMMERCE
A Chamber of Commerce is formed in various communities
to give a voice to the business and private population of
the area. There are many benefits in belonging to a Chamber.
While many services offered by Chambers are the same,
individual Chambers most often offer services fitted to
their particular location and service area. We here at Pace
Area Chamber of Commerce, Inc., feel that we
offer great benefits and services that would be
very valuable to you and your business.
(See our long list of services in this issue). We invite
youto call us for details of just what we can do for you.


While many


businesses belong to more than one Chamber at the
please be aware that membership in one chamber
does not qualify you for the services of another.


same time,


Even if you already belong to another Chamber, we sincerely
feel that your membership with Pace Chamber
can be of great benefit to you and your business.
Call or come by the office today.


NOTICE


IF YOU JOINED THE PACE AREA
CHAMBER OF COMMERCE, INC. IN
THE PAST 18 MONTHS AND DID NOT
HOLD YOUR RIBBON CUTTING YOU
ARE STILL ELIGIBLE. CALL US
TODAY FOR MORE DETAILS
GREAT EXPOSURE FOR YOUR
BUSINESS FREE OF CHARGE

Pace Area Chamber of Commerce, Inc. 994-9633


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"Bringing Back The Pharmacy Of Yesterday"

4341-C Woodbine Rd.
Pace, FL 32571
Main: (850) 994-9444
-Fax: (850) 995-7772
E-Mail: SullivanRx@aol.ctm
After Hours Emergency: 506-3444











Peopes'First
: rid Community Bank
PACE 4952 Highway 90
(850) 995-7425


"Thank you", to the following businesses and
individuals that have renewed their Chamber
memberships:
.. ,, ,, Renewal Memberships
December 2004


Arcadia Self
Storage
Covenant
Hospice
Edmond Fortune
Heiney, Charles
Robert Hilliard
Santa Rosa
Medical Group


g Winkles K
Pharmacy
Building A Tradition Of Trust
David B. Winkles
Registered Pharmacist
3818 Highway 90
Pace, Florida 32571
(850) 994-7005


I-


Simms Middle
,School
Sutton
Environmental
Services, Inc.
,Thompson's
Septic, Inc.
Victor Scott
Lowrimore, MA


N W
Quality Honesty
Fair Prices
4335 Floridatown Rd.,
Pace, FL
994-9915
MV#38125


Calendar of
Events
for January 13-
February 9,,
2005
January 13- Pace
Floridatown Historical


MORE THAN JUST
BEAN COUNTERS
THE TAX PROFESSIONALS
Equity Accounting Inc.
4430 Hwy. 90, Suite H'
Pace, FL 32571
995-8848
S. Rick Faircloth, EA President
Yvonne Penninger- Office .Mgr..


gLy Rn s -teltliil Specialist
&1t Commercial Specialst
" A t .A credited Buyers
RANAE L. STEWART
Broker/Owner, ABR, CCIM, CRS
5345 Hwy. 90, Pace, FL


Business (850) 994-7744
Cellular (850) 324-3999
E-Mail: ranae@exitrealtynfi.com


Preservation Association
meeting @ Chamber
office
6:30pm Public Invited

January 17- Office closed
Martin Luther King, Jr-
birthday

January 18-Business
After Hours @ the
Chamber office,
Sponsored by Wal-Mart
5-7pm

January 24- Greg Brown
Property Appraiser @
Chamber office 9-12;
Pace Chamber annual
banquet @ Chumuckla
Opry House Public
Invited, Come join the
fun!

January 25- Friends of,
the Pace Area Library
mmeting @ Chamber
office 5:30pm, Public
Invited

January 31- Greg Brown,
Property Appraiser @
Chamber office 9-12


I Move Fast So You Can Too!!


Dedicated to professional customer
service and follow-up.


ROSIE R
MEYERS
REALTOR' JME REALTY
TOLL FREE: 1-800-346-6289
gan CELL: 850-449-0405 C


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1 (6850) 432-3000
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Pensacola, FL 32503
ald" Toll Free (888) 782-3325
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We have been serving NORTHWEST FLORIDA SINCE 1988.
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We understand and are able to accommodate the needs of our community.
Let us show you how cost effective this could be for you.
Workers' Compensation Risk Management Health Insurance
Human Resources Employee Handbooks and More


BANK DRAFT
A plan to save y-ou timepostage and checks


ost ten Asked Questions...
Most Often Asked Questions


Q. Why should I enroll in Pace Water System Bank Draft
Plan?
A. Tle Bank Drf Ptlon will nIt e you tiie, check, aid pittrag.
It's canvenlient and i's FREEI
Q. How will I know how much I am being charged for water
and/or sewer?
A. Youi will conliniie to reile a ill to .enrve asa tatte,,eit
detailing your chargesfrw water and/orseiver use.r
Q. How will I know my bill has been paid?
A. Your "payment will be listed oni yori clheklng or soaing',
acioniift statenteit.
Q. What Ift I disagree with the amount or my bill or bank
account deduction?
A. Simply call our vaflle iat 994-5129 to discris any 'diwrpeiin.
cles.
Q, How do I enroll?
A, Just coipletie a Enmllmein Form. thad t iou a picn k tp i t ot r



4401 Woodbine Road P.O. Box 2407 Pace, FL 32571 994-5129


office, then return It to the Water System along with a voided
check that has your accr ont mnaiiber printed oc It with neie niirr
bill paymnfit.


Q. How will I know when the bank draft will be presented to
my bank?
A. TIe date of the drnft will hi shown n your monthly bill.
Q. When will my itlst bill ie automatically deducted?
A., At lease 30 days cfer youi arc placed on the plan.
Q. What If I change or close my Bank Account?
A. Contact tire Water Systen antt id vrqiest all Enrollment Fann fr
your New Anccmnt. Complete ihe form atid irtr it to Pace
Wilter Synue. c
Q. Can I stop my Bank Plan Service at any lime?
A. YES! /Jut rtacr Pace Wiiter System Office. The plai will lie
stopped within .30 day,.


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On lic"Yhill Rd, Milton
'26-slzmc www.srnic.cc


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. Wednesday January 12, 2005,


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Pace Area Chamber of Commerce


PACE AREA
CHAMBER
OF COMMERCE
4344 HWY. 90
Pace, Florida 32571
Phone: 850-994-9633
Fax: 850-994-9577
Email:
pacechamber@pacechamber.
corn
Website: www.pacechamber.com

OFFICERS:
Joe Shofner President
Mark Locklin-Vice President
Ted Dotson- President elect
Mae Cameron-Secretary
Eddie Smith-Treasurer

BOARD of DIRECTORS:
Mark Locklin Skyline Outdoor
Communications, Inc.
Mark Cotton Cotton Real Estate
Jimmy Cross Walmart #990.
Ted Dotson Pace Water Systems,
Inc..
James Hart Five Points Small
Engine Repair
C.E. "Eddie" Smith Pace
Memorials
Daniel Saba- Locklin & Jones
David Winkle- Winkle's Pharmacy
Bubba Drinkard-Oakleigh Farms
Warren Austin- Buffalo Rock
Margaret Porter Nationwide
Insurance Agency
Mae Cameron Santa Rosa Florist
Joe Shofner Joe Shofner
Accountant
Noel Spurlock Advanced Dental
Concepts
Dan Stewart- Dan Stewart, P.A.
Tom Stewart Stewart
Enterprises, Inc.
Wenda Sullivan Sullivan Family
Pharmacy
Sandy Wyatt Southland Builders,
Inc.
Derek Jackson- People's First
Community Bank-Director Elect

STAFF:
Lloyd Hinote-
Executive Director
Cyndi Fairfield,
Administrative Assistant
Charity Williams,
Administrative Assistant
Michele Jones-Volunteer

PRINTING:
A product of the Sa eta
Rosa Press Gazette,
printed in conjunction
with YOUR Pace Area
Chamber of Commerce.


HAPPY NEW YEARi It is
amazing how quickly 365 days
can fly by. I am looking for-
ward to a great 2005.
'As we begin the New Year
we are pleased to report that our
building repairs are almost
complete. We have. a new roof
and the interior repairs are
being completed this week. I
know the staff will be most
appreciative to return to normal
operations.
We also have our "BIG"
event scheduled this month -
our Annual Banquet. The
banquet is scheduled for


-Lloyd Hinote


Santa Rosa County Courthouse
Bass Quickburger
Texas Roadhouse
Cisco's
Santa Rosa Medical Center
Country Market
The Other Place
Winn Dixie
Eckerd's
Pic "N Sav
Milton Bakery
Groovin Noovins
Short Stop (Munson)
Race Trac Gas Station
Food World
K-Mart
Press Gazette Office
Tom Thumb @ Glover Lane
Tom Thumb @ Williard Norris
Road
Tom Thumb @ By-Pass
Tom Thumb @ Skyline
Santa Rosa County Complex
Hardee's
Ace's Restaurant
Family Dollar
Chubby's


Monday, January 24, 2005, so
please make, plans to attend and
purchase your tickets at the
Chamber Office. As in the past
the event will be held at the
"Farmers Opry House" in
Chumuckla where we will
enjoy great food and very
relaxed atmosphere.

It is extremely important to
the Chamber, that we have
members serve on our several
standing Committees. Among
those are Monthly
Breakfast/Business After
Hours, Ribbon Cuttings/Grand


As we begin 2005, we
have a lot to be thankful for.
Most of us are still repairing
and recovering from Ivan
but as I talk to people
throughout our area, I hear
the positive attitude of
everyone. It is amazing how
most people handle situa-
tions such as we have expe-
rienced.
Everyone seemed to be
affected to some degree but
those who were hit hardest
seem- to be the most deter-
mined. Eventually, given
the proper time and support,
our entire area will excel.
While your Chamber was
extremely fortunate, we did
receive considerable dam-


Fred Morgan
Morgan Investment Services Inc.
Fred Morgan
4430 Highway 90 Suite I-1
Nettlewood Plaza, Pace, FL 32571
(850) 995-0068
www.lpl.com/fred.morgan
nvest@bellsouth.net


FINANCIAL
SERVICES.
Securities offered through
Linsco/Private Ledger
Member NASD/SIPC


Have you
heard
from your
broker
lately?


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Reggie's Bar-B-Que
Local Yokel
Kiley's
Exprezit
Shell Food Store
Tom Thumb @ Ward Basin
Tom Thumb @ Highway 87S
NORTH MILTON
(WHITING FIELD)
Ike's Food Mart
Tom Thumb @ Highway 87N
Up The Creek Store
Bubba's (Berrydale)

JAY
Diamond BP Gas Station
Farmer's Country Market
Greer's Grocery Store
PACE
Aunt Mary's
Dollar Tree
Whataburger
Wal-Mart (Inside @ Cash
Registers & Oustide Rack)
J&J Food Store


Openings, Membership, Fund
Raising Events, Community
Affairs, Military Affairs, Shop
Pace, and the Monthly
Newsletter. All of these are
important to the Chamber and
need more member -participa-
tion. .If you would like to serve
on any of these committees,
please contact our staff at the
Chamber.

I look forward to seeing you
at the Annual Banquet. Best
Wishes for a Happy and
Healthy New Year.


age., We have a new roof in
place and work is now being
done to restore the inside of
our building. Physical dam-
age can be seen and meas-
ured for repairs. The effect
of Ivan on your Chamber's
operation is not quite so vis-
ible.
Your Chamber depends
entirely on the support of its
Members and. without that
support it is very difficult to
exist. Almost everyone has
been distracted in different
degrees but as we start the
New Year, please let me
urge you to become
involved in your Chamber
more than ever. Support it
with your membership dues.
Support it with your spon-
sorships and attendances to
its events and functions.
Take part in its activities.
Use the many free servic-
es your .Chamber offers in


ALTERNATIVE

HEALTH

FOOD STORE
VitaminsMiMftrals Herbs -,
Or,.nic Foods Natural Health Books
850-994-3606
limmie D. Hill, Ph.D. 5533 Highway 90
. 'r...I Heali Consultant Pace, Florida 32571
e-mail: gwyhill@aol.com- '
Ask about our 10% Discotit Club


Winn Dixie
Korner Kwik
Pic-N-Sav
Groovin Noovins
Groovin Noovins (Woodbinei
Pace Mini Mart
Penny Pantry
Penny Pantry (Woodbinei
Tom Thumb @ Bell Lane
Tom Thumb @ Woodbine
Tom Thumb @ Highwy 90
Tom Thumb @ Crossroads
Tom Thumb @ Chumuckla
Ryans
Village Inn
Oops Alley

AVALQN
Tom Thumb @ Avalon Blvd
Tom Thumb @ Mulat Road
Avalon Express
BAGDAD
B&B Food Store
Tom Thumb
Local Yokel


,


'(




/


Lifestyles Obituaries Sports Business Reviews
* Kornerstone Education Classifieds Business & Service Directory
Church Community Military Editorial ...plus more
1 Year in County = $24.00,

1 Year Out of County = $35.00,


its never-ending efforts to
serve its valuable Members.
We hold bi-monthly break-
fast and business after
hours plus ribbing cuttings.
You are invited to attend all
of these.
Due to the aftermath of
the storm, our Annual
Banquet was postponed
until January 24, 2005. This
is our main fundraiser and it
is a golden opportunity to
really help the chamber get
off to a great start for the
New Year. We invite you to
be a sponsor (see large
announcement in this issue)
and we want you to attend.
Please watch our
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Business Spotlight


Panther ComputersT has pro-
vided Gulf Coast homes and
businesses on-site service, sales,
and networking since 2001 as
Heuristic SolutionsT, but in
April of 2004 opened the doors
to its full service retail location
in Historic Downtown Milton.
We will still come to you to
resolve your computer woes, but
now you can bring your system
to us to tune up, repair,
"CubgradeT ", or replace with a
customized PC to fit your needs.
1983 Milton High School gradu-
ate Joe Potter established
Heuristicorp,
Inc.T after gaining now over
20 years experience in
thelnformation Technology
Field having held positions with
IBM Global Services,
E-Invest Group Inc,, Sprint
Long Distance, Advance
Computer Services, Boeing
Aerospace, and the United States
Air Force,
In addition to the hundreds of
professional, technical, and
developmental courses in his
career Joe has a BA in Business
Administration Management
from Saint Leo University Cum
Laude, his AS from the
Community College of the Air
Force, is a Certified Genesys
Engineer & Routing
Professional, and has his Masters
Certificate of (PMI) Project
Management from George
Washington University.


From the beginning we revo-
lutionized our. area with unheard
of hours Monday through
Saturday 9an to 9pm and
Sunday 1pm to 6pm.
Now local citizens who work
in neighboring counties have
time to get home, enjoy dinner,
help the kids with homework,
and still have time to shop for a
computer or get it repaired. Now
you can spend your dollars at
home, keeping the sales taxes
here to better pur community.
We followed up the business
hours with unheard of specials
like our PC ,
Tune Up where we fix the
computer removing the viruses,
spyware, arid,
nasties 'with 90% of systems
not having to be wiped clean,
replaced, or having other hard-
ware issues. Our philosophy is to
fix it, and strengthen your system
to reduce reinfectionn" while not
loosing your pictures, docu-
ments, and programs. Wow,
sounds expensive doesn't it?
How about $45....now that's a
special!!
My philosophy is that I'd
rather make $1 off 1000 transac--
tions than $1000 off 1 transac-
tion. This means our prices are
competitive with Wally. World,
the Depots, and the Internet
computer companies. We carry
everything you need to build or
repair your own system, all the
accessories and cables you're


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Owner Joe Potter
likely to need, and anything not
on the shelf can typically be
ordered and available in 2 to 5
business days.
Most brands can be obtained,
but we are Hewlett Packard
authorized resellers largely for
their printer and scanner prod-
ucts. I'm absolutely thrilled to be
an Acer Authorized Reseller for
their innovative Tablet PCs, ultra
lightweight notebooks, and daz-
zling LCD displays. Of course
when it comes to computer sys-
tems nothing beats a *Panther
PCT*
With pre-configured systems
like The CubT The ProwlerT
The_Paw_er ProT and The
PredatorT you'll be hard pressed


to find a better value.
Each model can be cus-
tomized as a high end gaming
computer or as a top of the line
work computer. If you need
power and value, a Panther PCT
will outpace the
competition...paws down!
Panther ComputersT is con-
veniently located .across form"
Santa Rosa
Jewelers and one Block west
of 'the court house at 6835
Caroline Street
you won't beat the value, the
service, or or turn around time.
So come
by, or call us at 983.2270 for
all of your computer needs.


Pace Area Chamber of
Commerce, Inc.
4344 Highway 90 Pace, FL 32571
(850)994-9633
Phone (850)994-9577



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OPPORTUNITY!!!
We Invite All of Our Members to
display their Business Cards,
Flyers, Etc., in our lobby Free
of Charge. This is just another
service provided by your Pace
AreaChamber of Commerce, Inc.


Membership Benefits


There are many reasons to be member of the Pace Area chamber of
Commerce, Inc. As a member you have the option to advertise in the
mo-ntily-iewsIetter at a savings of approximately 75% of the normal adver-
tisement cost (and it will also be reprinted in the "Press Gazette",
which reaches approximately 7,500 readers, at no cost to you).

This coverage in the media is approximately $1,200.00 $1,400.00 worth of
advertisement, with "Grand Openings", "Ribbon Cuttings",
and other articles. This can be free with your continued membership.
Your business will also be exposed to several other membership
services & benefits, which are listed below:
Discounts through Mediacom on high speed internet
service and cable service.
Six weeks, free crawl on the Weather Channel through Mediacom
and much. much more.
Free banner advertisement on the Chamber web site,
vwww.pacechamber.com
Discounted advertising opportunities through Fox 10
and the Gulf Coast WB.
Ribbon cuttings, ground breaking, & open houses,
with exposure in publications
Possible savings oniWORKMAN'S COMP through your
Chamber membership.
Chamber lobby displays of your business cards, flyers,
and brochures free of charge.
Member mailing list for your promotions
Exposure in our monthly newsletter "Pace Keynotes"
Save money by using Chamber's Bulk Mail Permit
Bi-monthly Breakfast & Business After Hours -
Networking in a relaxed atmosphere
Opportunities to gain valuable exposure through
sponsorship of Chamber functions & activities
Clubs and organizations list
Member referrals
Committees for your special interest
Foundation,- Tax deduction for donations
Window decal, for business members
Chamber membership lends credibility to your business.
A voice in community development.
Plus many other services to you as a member of the Chamber.

If you have not had your ribbon cutting you are still entitled to
one so please contact the Chamber
as soon as you are ready. If it is too late to have a
Grand Opening you could have an
Anniversary Celebration as a Business After Hours.


If you have any questions
please feel free to contact the Chamber at 994-9633.


SANTA ROSA COUNTY PROPERTY APPRAISER
Gregory "Greg" Brown
Greg Brown, Santa Rosa County Property Appraiser, will be accepting Homestead
Exemption applications as well as scheduling appointments at the Pace Area
Chamber of Commerce office during the months of January and February 2005.
-.Walk-ins appointments are welcome on a first come, first serve basis. To make an
appointment please call.983-1898, for all other services, call 983-1880.
Dates are:
Monday, January 10, 2005 (9 a.m. -'noon)
Monday, January 24, 2005 (9 a.m. noon)
Monday, January 31, 2005 (9 a.m. noon)
Monday, February 21, 2005 (9 a.m. noon)
Monday, February 28, 2005 (9 a.ni. noon)


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CALL...ALL CALL

The Pace Area Chamber of

Commerce, Inc.

is looking for new Members!!


A Membership Drive is underway for the
Chamber for a limited time only!!!

If you or your business is interested,
please contact us at 994-9633 and ask for
Executive Director Lloyd Hinote.
If you are already a Pace Chamber Member,and
would like to help with this
Membership Drive, packets are available at the
Chamber to sign any and all new
Members. The incentive is to sign 5 new Members
and receive your upcoming
annual membership at no charge (or sign 10 and
receive 2 years at no charge).


The Chamber's Mission is:
The Pace Area Chamber of Commerce, Inc. will create an
environment that is conducive
to the recruitment, development, and enhancement of busi-
ness, which will work to
improve the overall quality of life for our community.


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RIBBON CUTTING


Name of Owners:
Jacquie and Karl Gray


address : 5084 Highway 9o
Pace, FL 32571
Phone: 856-994-0964
Fax: 850-995-4881


Products Provided: Boar's Head Lunchmeat by the pound,
Cappuccino, Latte, Espresso, Frozen Blended
Coffees, Tazo Tea, Fresh Baked pastries, Bread
and Cakes, Cheesecake Factory Cheesecake,
Sandwiches, Soup, Fresh Homemade Pasta
and Sauce, Gift Baskets, Catering Deli and
Pastry Items.
Additional Information: Paradise Coffee Market is a realization.of a dream of,
Jacquie and Karl. The food that is served is just what they would serve (and
have been serving) to their own family and friends. Visiting the shop is like
stopping by an old friend's to share a story and a meal. The pastries, breads,
pasta and soups are handmade daily by Jacquie. Some of the recipes used
were handed down from her Italian grandmother. Boar's Head lunchmeat is
certainly a centerpiece of the product line. This line contains no preservatives
and the taste is second to none! The coffee is whole bean and fresh ground
just before brewing. The espresso is Italian from the Villa Rey Plantation.
There is always something new to try and enjoy.


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Sports



"Vets group holds
scholarship tourney
S The 1st Santa Rosa Veterans
,,Advisory Council Scholarship
"Golf Tournament will be held on
SFriday, January 14 at Tanglewood
Golf and Country Club in Miltpn.
The four-person scramble
tournament will have a noon,
shotgun start.
Prizes will be awarded for the
:longest drije, closest to the pin
"and a $10,000 prize will be
awarded for a hole-in-one.
The cost to participate is $45
for individual golfers or $225 for a
','four-man team and sponsorship
'tee sign. Individual tee signs can
be purchased for $50 each.
Interested players can pick
*up a registration form at the
Tanglewood Pro Shop. ,
For more information, con-
tact Chief Greg Brand at 393-
2203.

Baseball and soft-
ball clinics planned
The Gulf Coast Baseball &
1 Sortoall Clinic will be held at the
Un.riersity of West Florida
Baseball and Softball complex
on January 29th. Several local
professional players, along; with
the UWF Baseball and Softbaii
,teams, will teach participants the
'fundamentals of each game. In,
addition to, the on-field instruc-
,'.*tion for young 'people, parents
Swill be invited to attend a
"Question and Answer Session"
in the bleachers during the clinic.
K The clinic is free for all
:,youth. Participants will receive
',"professional instruction, lunch
and a clinic T-shrt. Check-in and
,late registration will run from 8
a.m. until 9 a.m. on the 29th with
instruction starting at 9 a.m. and
concluding at noon.
Application packages can
be picked up at Academ., Sports
6 on Davis Highwav' or by calling
the Pensacola Sports
Association office at (8501 434-
2800. The PSA is the presenting
sponsor of the event.


Do you have
sports-related
news or
information you
would like to
see published in
the Press
Gazette? If so,
send it to us at:

sports@sr.pg.com


Panthers tame


Tornadoes


Milton down Panama City Bay 55-49 in District 2-4A opener


By WES MATHEWS
PG Sports Editor
The Milton Panthers
opened district play with a big
home win over District 2-4A
front runner Panama City Bay
over the weekend thanks in
large part to an outstanding
effort by sophomore forward
Adam Allen.
Allen scored 24 points and
pulled down 18 rebounds to
help his squad edge past the tal-
ented Tornadoes, 55-49.
Bay took an early lead in
the contest and maintained it


throughout the opening quarter
of action. The Tornadoes
scored the first two baskets in
the interior to go up 4-0 at the
5:20 mark, but Milton coun-
tered with a 4-0 run over a 40-
second stretch to tie the game at
four with just over four minutes
showing.
The Milton defense strug-
gled to contain the sharp shoot-
ing Tornadoes in the opening
period. On .three different
occasions, the team saw Bay
penetrate into the lane then kick,
the ball out for three-point bas-


kets.
The Panthers were able to
keep pace with some solid out-
side shooting of their own,
however. Milton got a trifecta
from Jeremy Millar to tie the
game at seen at the 2:36 mark
and Jereim Tolbert's trey with:
42 seconds showing on the
clock made it 13-10, Bay.
Allen had his first big bas-
ket of the game in the final sec-
onds of the first. The sopho-
more drained a 15-foot jumper
with 14 seconds left in the peri-
od to cut the Bay lead to one at


13-12 heading into quarter
number two.
The second period was a
high-scoring affair that saw 11
lead changes and two ties.
Chris Ducksv.orih got the
Pa others going early with a pair
of free thro\\ s in' the opening
seconds of the stanza, giving
the, team its' first lead of the
game. Ba.\ ransered with four
quick points to go back on top
17-14 with just under 7:30 still
left to play in the half.
That's when Milton's Allen
started to heat up. The 6 foot-


(Above) Milton's Adam Allen works the ball into Charles Chattman who is posting up against a Panama City Bay defender during the
Panther's District 2-4A opener last week. Chattman had nine points in the victory while Allen had a memorable night with 24 points and
18 rebounds as the Panthers moved to 1-0 in district play.


Press Gazette photo by Wes Mathews


five inch forward scored on
back-to-back offensive
rebounds and putbacks over the
30 seconds to put his team back
on top 18-17,
Bay scored six quick points
over the next two minutes, but
Milton's Robert Carson kept his
team in the game with a free
throw and an interior bucket to
make it 23-21 at 3:53 left in the
half.
Charles Chatman put his
team on top 24-23 with a driv-
ing basket and extra point at the
3:33 mark, but Bay got a pair of
free throws seconds later to
move back out front b one.
.- Allen took over the game
over the final twq minutes,
matching Bay point for point to
help his team take a four-point
lead heading into the halftime
locker room.
He scored on another oflen-
siye rebound and put back v. th
2:06 showing to make it 26-25.
Panthers. Following a Bay
layup, Allen went inside for a
bucket to make it 28-27 with
1:36 showing. The Tornadoes
answered, with a pair of free
throws with just under a minute
showing on the clock but Allen
scored a three-point basket from
the top of ,the key on the
Panthers' next possession to put
his team on top for good.
Tang Johnson came up with
a steal and found, Carson for a
layup in the final seconds to
,make it. a,.33-29, lead heading
Sito interrmiion .d the
Panthers would ne'ei relinquliCrl
the lead.
Milton began to pull away
in the opening seconds of the
third.
Allen got- the ball rolling
with a pair of free throws in the
opening seconds. Tolbert found
Millar on a fast break moments
later and Chatman capped off
the second-half-opening 6-0 run
with an offensive rebound and
put back at the 6:55 mark that
gave the Panthers a 39-29
advantage.
Milton kept the pressure on
for the entire opening half of the
third. Allen scored on a three-
point basket at the 5:11 mark,
Chatman added a pair from the
charity stripe 30 seconds later
and Allen got another offensive
See Panthers, Pg. 2C


ILady Panthers hold off Navarre to earn district victory


The Milton Lady Panthers
got a big District 2-4A win over
Na'.arre in the Milton
1 Community Center last week.
Scoring was scarce in, this
contest as both defenses were,
able to hold their opposition in
check throughout much of the
game. Both squads had quar-
ters when they were unable to
'produce double-digit scoring,
-but it was the Lady Panther
who were able to come up with
'the big baskets when they'were
needed most and earn the win.
SMilton put up only 10
points in the opening period of
action, but was able to take an
early lead by holding the Lady
;i Raiders to only eight over that
stretch.
The Lady Panthers then
stretched their advantage to
eight points in the second in its
most successful quarter of the
game. While the Milton
offense remained sluggish, put-
ting up only 12 points in the
quarter, the defense was even
tougher than in the opening
period. Milton held Navarre to
six points over the eight-minute
stretch to make it a 22-14 game
heading into the halftime lock-


er room.
Milton saw that lead all but
wiped away in the third, how-


ever. The Panther offense went
See Victory, Pg. 2C


Pace girls top Pine Forest


Milton's Heather Rile) pulled down 14 rebounds to help her team defeat Natarre.
Press Gazette photo by Wes Mathews


The Pace Lady Patriots (9-
4) got 24 points and 16
rebounds from senior forward
Megan Lewis as they ousted
Pine Forest 65-58 on the road
last week.
While Lewis led the Lady
Patriots in the stat column, it
was the team's ability to get to
the foul line that made the
biggest difference in the con-
test. Pace marched to the char-
ity stripe 40 times in the game,
canning 26 of those in the
seven-point victory.
Pace jumped out on top of
their opponent early, scoring 15
points in the first to take a 15-
13 advantage in the opening
quarter.
The Lady Patriots picked
up the pace even more in the
second. The team exploded for
20 points in the eight-minute
stretch, but the Lady Eagles
were able to keep pace by put-
ting 18 on their side of the


board to make it a 35-31 game
heading into the halftime locker
room.
Both offenses lost some of
their sizzle following intermis-
sion. The teams combined for
only 23 in the third and it was
Pine Forest who came out on
top, shaving one point off the
Pace lead to make it 46-43
heading into the game's final
stanza.
The Lady Patriots toughed
it out in the fourth, however,
and held on for the win. Pace
put up 19 in the final quarter
while holding their opponent to
only 15 to preserve the 65-58
victory.
Surita Guyton added 14 for
the Lady Patriots in the win
while Samantha Lewis had
nine. Sophomore Erica Wright
was held to only four points but
added nine rebounds and five
assists.
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Jags stumble in second half, fall to Laurel Hill


By KEIN MARINES
PG Sports Contributor
The Laurel Hill Hoboes
broke open a close contest early
in the third quarter and saddled
the Central Jaguars with their
second loss in District 1-A play
last Friday with a 56-33 victory.
Central (2-10, 0-2) was
outscored 11-7 in the initial


period of action but rallied for
10 points in the second quarter
to make it close at the half, 23-
17.
The Jags turned the ball
over 12 times in the first half to
' aid the Hoboes and canned 7 of
19 from the field. Sophomore
Keith Germann set the pace for
Central, chipping in 13 of the


Jaguars 17 first-half points.
Germann led all Jags in the
. scoring column with at total of
24 for the night.
The Central offense went
cold to open the second half of
action and the Hoboes took
advantage of the opportunity to
jump out to a comfortable lead.


The shots simply were not
falling for the Jags, as the team
was' able to muster only four
points over the eight-minute
span.
Laurel Hill went on top 33-
21 late in the third period and
got another basket in the final
seconds to move ahead 35-21
heading into the final stanza.


The Central offense found
its second wind in the fourth
and the team made a small-run,
but was never able to overcome
the large deficit and seriously
challenge for the lead.
Germann put up nine points
in the final period and Aaron
Burgess added a three-pointer,
but it was not enough for the


Jags to claw their way back into
the game.
The Hoboes saw their '
largest lead at the 6:14 mark of
the fourth as the team surged
ahead to a 41-21 cushion.
Story written by Ken
Barnes. Reach him at:
sports@sr-pg.com


Panthers
Continued From Page One
rebound and put back at the
four minute mark to cap off a
13-5 Milton run that gave the
Panthers a 12-point, 46-34 lead.
Bay scored the next five
points from the free throw line
in the final half of the third to
cut the lead back to seven, but
Ducksworth put in a basket
from the paint as the buzzer
sounded to push his team's lead


back out to nine heading into
the game's final stanza.
That lead would not be safe
in the fourth, however, as Bay
continued to battle down the
stretch. The Tornadoes went
on a 7-1 run to open the fourth
and cut the Panthers advantage
back to three at 49-46 with 5:23
showing on the clock, but that
was as close as Bay would get.
Millar drained a three with
5:10 left on the clock to make it


a six-point game and that mar-
gin would hold. Bay cut the
lead back to three at the 3:23
mark, but Milton would score
the final three points of the
game in the final minute to pre-
serve the 55-49 win.
Chatman had nine points in
the win and Millar added eight.
Story written by Wes
Mathews. Reach him at:
mathews@sr-pg.comrn


Lady Royals defeat


Northview, Gulf Breeze


The Jay Lady Royals laid
the lumber to the Norith ie'.\
Lady Chiefs in District 1-2A
girls' basketball action last
week in Jay.
The potent Lady Royal
offense put up 54 points in the
game, but it was their team's
defense that made the biggest
impact.
Jay was able to hold its
opponent scoreless in the open-
ing quarter as it rushed out to a
14-0 advantage then allowed
only five points in the second
the take a 26-5 advantage into
the halftime locker room.
The Lady Royals continued
their dominance in the third.
Jay picked up right where it left
off after intermission and added
10 more points to its lead in a
16-6 period.
Heading into the final stan-
za, the Lady Royals held a very


comfortable' 42-11 lead over
the Lady Chiefs and coasted
down the stretch to a 54-21
win.
Alana Morrison led Jay in
scoring with 11 points in the
contest. Jessica Ivey was off
her season average with 10
points, but added 10 rebounds
and 11 assists in the win for her
first triple-double of the year.
Jessica Stafford had nine
points and eight rebounds for
Jay.
The Lady Royals followed
that victory with a one-point
win over Gulf Breeze on the
road on Friday. Ivey led the
way with 22. points and 10
rebounds as Jay was able to
overcome a six-point deficit in
the fourth, quarter to earn a 44-
43 victory.
mathews@sr-pg.com


Royals pound Chie


The Jay Royals got off to a
fast .start in the District 1-2A
basketball season last week
with a blow out home victory
over Northview.
The Royals got out to a
very fast start in the contest,
outscoring the Chiefs 16-6 in
the opening quarter, and never
looked back as. they raced to a
75-49 victory.
Haveard got 20 points from
senior guard Brandon Ha\ heard
and 12 from Myles Taylor as


they started the district season
1-0.
After dominating the open-
ing period of action, Jay coast-
ed through the remainder of the
first half. The Ri\als added
two points to their lead in a 15-
13 second to make it 31-19 at
the half.
Jay continued to bolster its
advantage, in the second half.
The team outscored its oppo-
nent 18-15 in the third to take a
15-point advantage into the


Jessie Ivey



fs 75-49
final stanza of action then blew
the game open in the fourth.
The, Royals doubled the
Chiefs offensive production in
the fourth, outscoring their
opponent 26-13 in the quarter in
route to the 26-point win.
John Mark Patrick, Jason
Burgess, Brandon 'Wdaverf' and
Brad Lowery each contributed
eight points in the victory.
Reach writer at:
mathews@sr-pg.com


Milton's Robert Carson looks for a path to the basket against the Bay defense in last weekend's meeting
between the two teams.
Press Gazette photo by Wes Mathews


Victory
c oninr J F ron Page One
dry following the intermission
while the Lady Raiders found a
spark in that end of the court.
Milton could muster just five
points over the eight-minute
stretch while their opponents
countered with 12 to make it a
one point game heading into
the final stanza of action.
Clinging to a 27-26 lead


heading into the fourth, the
Lady Panthers came up with a
big performance in the clutch to
seal the win. The team more
than doubled its offensive pro-
duction from the third, putting
up 12 points over the final eight
minutes. Defensively, Milton
was able to hold Navarre to
only seven points over that
stretch to earn the 39-33 win.
Mary Rushing led the team
in scoring with eight points on


the night. Heather Riley added
seven points and she and fellow
post player Sundae Tirums
dominated the boards, pulling
do%\ n 14 apiece for the Lady
Panthers.
Parris Brewton had seven
points and seven steals while
Centraya Nettles had six and
six.
Story written by Wes
Mathews. Reach him at:
mathews@sr-pg.comr


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90 ANNOUNCEMENTS
92 AUCTIONS
94 MEETINGS
96 PERSONALS
98 TRAINING
EMPLOYMENT
102 DRIVERS
104 GENERAL HELP
106 HOME BASED
BUSINESS '
108 HOTEL/MOTELS/
RESTAURANTS
110 LABOR
112 MANAGEMENT
114 MEDICAL
116 OFFICE WORK
118 PART TIME
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TELEMARKETING
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128 POSITIONS WANTED
GARAGE SALES -
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202 GARAGE SALES-SAT.
SERVICES
305 AUTO
310 BUSINESS
OPPORTUNITIES
315 BUSINESS SERVICES
320 CHILD CARE
325 DOMESTIC
330 EQUIPMENT REPAIR
335 FINANCIAL SERVICES
340 HOME REPAIR
345 LAWN CARE
350 SENIOR CARE
355 SEWING.'ALTERATIONS
360 MISCELLANEOUS
SANTA ROSA
REAL ESTATE-RENT
402 APARTMENTS
404 COMMERCIAL
406 HOMES
408 LAND
410 MOBILE HOMES
412 ROOMS FOR RENT
414 ROOMMATES WANTED
416 VACATION/RESORT
SANTA ROSA
REAL ESTATE-SALE
502 APARTMENTS
504 COMMERCIAL
506 HOMES
508 INVESTMENTS
510 LAND
512 MOBILE HOMES
514 VACATIONiRESORT
PETS/ANIMALS
702 BOARDING
704 LIVESTOCK
706 LIVESTOCK SUPPLIES
708 PETS
710 PET SUPPLIES
712 LOST PETS
GENERAL MERCHANDISE
802 ANTIQUES
804 APPAREL
806 APPLIANCES
808 ARTS & CRAFTS
810 COMPUTERS
812 FARM EQUIPMENT
814 FURNITURE
816 JEWELRY
818 LAWN EQUIPMENT
820 LUMBER/HARDWARE
822 MUSICAL
INSTRUMENTS
824 OFFICE EQUIPMENT
826 SPORTING GOODS
828 ELECTRONIC
(STEREO/TViVCRi
830 MISC./SALE
832 MISC./WANTED
834 LOST MERCHANDISE
TRANSPORTATION
902 AUTO SUPPLIES
904 CARS
906 BOATS
908 FARM EQUIPMENT
910 MOTORCYCLES
912 MOTOR HOMES
914 RECREATIONAL
916 SPORTS UTILITY
VEHICLE
918 TRUCKS
920 VANS
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104
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EXPERIENCED
MAINTENANCE
person for East Pen-
sacola, Milton Hotel.
*Must have HVAC,
general plumbing &
electrical experience
preferred. *Grounds
up keep. Apply by
calling 712-8388.
FRONT DESK Re-
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Medical Practice in
Milton. Full time po-
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850-623-6287 for in-
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GENERAL OFFICE
Help. wanted. Long
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Computer experi-
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HIRING
FULL/PART Time
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Hwy 87 & Route 10.
Opening in two
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January 9th at 12-
5pm. 675-2115 or
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HOUSEKEEPER
NEEDED for East
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Hotel. no experience
necessary. Apply
within. Red Roof
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NOW HIRING 2005
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LANDSCAPE
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location. Must be
able to drive forklift
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Pay based upon
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104
General Help
LOCAL HOME Im-
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enced Window; &
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Drug Free Work-
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Must have tools.
983-2899.
P/T DIETARY Aid.
Apply in person at
Santa Rosa Health
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M-F, 8:30 to 4. EOE.
Drug-free work,
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SATELLITE IN-
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Call 800-610-6060
ext 363.
SEEKING GENER-
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willing to learn. Must
be hardworking and
dependable. Please
call 623-5694.


Immediate Opening In Milton
Hospital Housekeeping and Floortechs:
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for only $10
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recieve a FREE
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Tracey or Josie
today at
623-2120

DIVORCE$175-
$275* COVERS chil-
dren, etc. Only one
signature required!
*Excludes govt.
fees! Call weekdays'
(800) 462-2000, ext.
600 (8am-7pm) di-
vorce tech. Estab-
lished 1977
FIRST CLASS
Home Repair. Roof
repair, painting,
pressure washing,
also mobile' home
repair. Over 50
,years experience.
Free Estimates. Call
Robert at 981-8257.
FLORIDA NOTARY
Weddings, 994-
6689,After 5:30 pm
HAAN RQOFING.
Locally owned & op-
erated. Currently no
waiting list! Free es-
timates, quality
work.
Lic#XYZ5001656.,
Exclusively serving
Santa Rosa County!
850-499-6905.
ISLAND ROOFING
& Repairs, No wait-
ing list.- Installing
new roofs at or be-
low most insurance
estimates. Serving
Milton & Santa Rosa
County. Licensed
and Insured. Call
AL Now! .850-449-
5296
JAKE'S STUMP
Grinding. No truck in
yard. Will go through
36" gate, self propel-
led. 850-813-9904'. --.

ROOFING SERVICE
Free Estimates.
Lic#XYZ24260428
Ins 850-982-4631
POMME~rs


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Ceiling Fans in all Bedroom and Great Room Hampton 2
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79,300
81,200
84,500
84,900
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90,500
109,600
105,400
129,400
95,200
113,400


315
Business Services

LAND CLEARING/
Dozer/Tractor work
Leveling, root rak-
ing, bushogging,
disking. Equipment
and material trans-
port available. By
the Job or by the
hour. Call for esti-
mates. No job too
' small. Call Billy Rog-
ers. 850-957-4952
or Cell 850-261-
8407.

LOCAL HOME Re-
pair. Paint, drywall,
trim & tile. Fence re-
pair- & installation.
10 years experi-
ence. Contact Paul.
McMullen 850-723-
9767.' ,
MCARTHUR'S
STUMP Grinding.
623-6634 Call for
Pat 293-6500 or Call
for Doug 382-0393.
You do not need to
pull the stumps, just
grind them down
even with the
ground.


MIKE KAYLOR
Cement Mason
*Patios
*Walks
*Driveways
Free estimates,
no job too small.
Quality work at
affordable prices.
994-0897.


NEED A Roof? We
have you covered
Free Estimates!
Competitive Prices!
Military & Senior-
Discount! No Wait-
ing List! Licensed &
Insured! Already
Maintenance Serv-
ice, Where the, proof
is in the roof. Cell:
850-292-1291, Of-
fice: 850-936-8083.

NEED AN Attorney?
Arrested? Criminal
defense *State
*Federal *Felonies
*Misdemeanors
*DUI *License Sus-
pension *Parole
*Probation *Domes-
tic Violence *Drugs
"Protect Your .
Bigts" A-A-A Arto.-,
ney Referral Service
(800)733-5342 24
HOURS. A DAY 7
DAYS A WEEK.
NEW HOPE PAINT-
ING & WALLPA-
PERING *Drywall
repairs & patchwork
"Pressure .cleaning
(homes, decks, pa-
tios, driveways &
sidewalks) *Carpen-
try work (crown
molding, paneling;
trim base & case, in-
stall cabinets & build
decks) Commercial/
Residential.
Interior/Exterior.
Family owned' busi-
ness, over 30 years.
Call The Ericksens
today! '(850)723-
2550 or 623-6034


PERGO
ENDORSED
INSTALLER
Offering economic
elegance installing
all name brand
laminates, wood
and ceramic to
private individuals'
and dedicated
professional
renovators.
Installing floors,
countertops, and
walls. Serious
savings.
'Call Robert,
255-8414.


315
Business Services
PRO PAINT-N-PA-
PER and Repairs.
Licensed, Insured,
15 yrs exp., Free
Estimates. Serving
Escambia, Santa
Rosa and Okaloosa
counties. Specializ-
ing in Paint, drywall,
wallpaper, carpen-
try, privacy fence, in-
,terior design. Tami
' Perdue,, Keith Fowl-
er. 850-516-9988.

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Divorce 108, Adoption '80
Name Change 155
FREE Typing, Call for
Worksheet (850) 434-7524
1850 N. "W" St
(1 blk. N. of Flea Market)

RILEY HOUSE
Antiques & Collecti-
bles. 4240 Hwy 90,
Pace. Tuesday -
Saturday 10am -
5pm. Sunday 12pm
5pm. Closed on
Monday. 994-7708
Email
mkaylor@ bellsouth.
net
ROOFING, SERV-
ING Ithe Milton &
Pace area. Free Es-
timates, 15 year
warranty workman-
ship, licensed & in-
sured, no waiting
list. Kasy-Dalton
Roofing. Since
1948., 6441 Wilmar
Ave, Milton. 850-
983-1683.
SALTER'S FARM
Market. Country
made syrup, sea-
sonal produce.
Quality fruits and
vegetables. 8855
Chumuckla Hwy,
Pace, FI 32571
(850) 994-4734. "If
we grow it, you'll like
it".
STUMP-EASE.
STUMP Grinding.
Most removals
$35.00. Discount for
multiply removals.
Backyard Accessible
Licensed & Insured.
Local Contractor.
Retired USN. 232-
8746.

THE HANDYMAN
Have your Honey'
Do lisi completed.
Also small business
maintenance
Call 994-6283.,
Will call back!
Licensed & Insured


THE STARFIRE
Company. Shingle
roofing for Santa
Rosa County Resi-
dents. Quality work,
great prices. Free
Estimates. Licensed
and Insured.
Lic#XYZ424611171
5. 748-1660.













TNT CARPORTS
R.V. & Boat covers
Buildings,
Garages.
Portable Sheds
CARPORTS
Single $595
Double $695.
12 X 41-$1295
24 X 31 $1990
Galvanized Steel
Many sizes/colors.
Financing Available
Free delivery &.setup
(850)983-2296 or
Pager 505-1867


320
Child Care
REGISTERED
HOME in Milton has
2 openings for an in-
fant through 2 years.
Mon.-Fri. 7:00am to
5:30pm and one
opening for after
school, W.H. Rho-
des district: Call
623-1670.
325
Domestic
DEPENDABLE
HOUSEKEEPER
TEN YEARS EXPE-
RIENCE. REASON-
ABLE RATES.CALL
994-6236
335
Financial Services
AS SEEN on TV $
All your CASH NOW
$ ProgramFL Com-
pany offers best
cashr now options.
Have money due,
from Settlements,
Annuities, or Lotter-
ies? Call (800)744-
3113
www.ppicash.com.
CASH LOANS up to
$1000.00. 'No credit
check!, Cash in your
checking account
within 24 hrs. Em-
ployment Req. Go to
www.paycheckto-
day.com or call
(866)756-0600.

345
Lawn Care

CJ &SONS
LAWN SERVICE
Mowing, trimming,
edging, raking,
hauling &
small tree work.
Free estimates.
623-2779,

CLARK'S LAWN
Care and General
Maintenance & All
Types of Tractor
Woric. Licensed &
Insured. Call Mike
Clark at 626-2428.
PAGE'S TREE
SERVICE .Trim, cut
& remove. Call 626-
2159 (if no answer,
please leave message)
.-FIREWOOD $50r, a
load and up.

350
Senior Care
LOVING CARE Sit-
ters Inc., a non-med-
ical, in-home elder
care service is now
hiring homemakers
and companions for
Santa Rosa County.
Call for appointment
675-4278. Mary or
Kathy.


VISITING
ANGELS
SENIOR CARE
In home
- Companionship
Meals
* Light housework
Errands
944-2211


355
Sewing &
Alterations


JUST JUDY'S
SEAMSTRESS
YEARS OF.
EXPERIENCE,
FAIR PRICES.
Alterations
Dress-making
Repairs
*Weddings
*Formals
JUDY HARVEY
5901 Castle Drive
Milton, FL
626-6349


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-ANARS


402
Apartments

1 BEDROOM fur--
nished apartment
with central heat &
air. No pets. $350.
month, $200. dep'.
Call for appointment.
994-7246.

404'
Commercial


1650 SQUARE
Foot, Rent:
$1200.00 plus
Tax& 1/2 utilities.
4342 Hwy. 90,
Pace.
Lease required.
Contact Lloyd
Hinote at:
994-9633.


FOR RENT 10,000
sq. ft.- 6606 Elva
St. Call 850-572-
5668.


406
Homes

2 TO 3 bedroom
rentals. Jay, Milton
and Pace. $400 to
$650 per month.
Call 994-5703, leave
message.

2BR/2BA EXCEL-
LENT condition with
deep water dock,
Blackwater Bay/1
car garage, utility
room, covered porch
overlooking water.
Available in January,
S$1200/mo $600/se-'
curity. 994-0667.


FOR RENT:
*3/2 in Oak
-Meadows Sub.
$1075 a month.
*4/2 in Jamiee's
Ridge Sub.
$1385 a month.
Call Santa Rosa
Realty of NWFL.
623-0077.

HOUSE FOR rent in
.-Pace.-3bd/2ba, dou-
ble car garage.
Available 'end .'of
January. $800
month, $600 depos-
it. Credit check re-
quired. Call 981-
0495. '

408
Land

BEAUTIFUL
NORTH Carolina.
WINTER SEASON
IS HERE! MUST
SEE BEAUTIFUL,
PEACEFUL MOUN-
TAINS. Homes, cab-
ins, acreage and in-
,vestments. Chero-
kee Mountain Realty
GMAC.
RealEstate,Murphy
cherokeemountain-
realty.com call for a
free brochure (800)
841-5868

LAND FOR SALE
Refer to
Classification
#510
LOT OR space for
R.V. or Travel Trail-
er for rent. Water,
sewer & electric
available. 850-537-
6222 or 850-499-
7412.

MOBILE HOME lots
for rent including
R.V's. FEMA wel-
come. Eastgate Mo-
bile Home Ranch.
626-8973.


Get
RESULTS


408
Land
PRIVATE RV lot in
Milton for rent. $250
per month. 623-
9902.

410
Mobile Homes
2BD FRONT Kitch-
en, total electric, 1
bath. Eastgate Mo-
bile Home Ranch.
626-8973.

2BD TRAILER,
CH/A, water and
garbage. included.
994-5023.
FOR RENT
2bd/2ba, total elec-
tric. Eastgate Mobile
Home Ranch 626-
8973.
NICE, QUIET, clean
park. Rent or rent to
own includes water,
garbage, lawn serv-
ice. 2bd/ 2ba, no
pets. 255-7772.
Bruce Lane, Milton.

412
Rooms For Rent
.ROOM FOR rent,
Kitchen, washer &
dryer, utilities fur-
nished, $65 a week.
Near King Middle
School. Call 626-
2786

414
Roommates
Wanted
ROOMMATE
WANTED to share a
new, 1700 sqft
home in Pace. All'
utilities furnished.
$600 month. Call
380-5761.





506
Homes
FOR SALE By Own-
er: 3br, 2ba, Flor-
ence St. 1118 sq.ft.
living area plus 1 car
garage. approx. 1/2
acre lot, Pace
School District.
Great starter-home.
Call 983-8856 after
7pm. will give carpet
& rool allowance.
$8'4900.

HOME FOR Sale.
Brick and Cedar 3/2
with .family room.
Chain link fenced
yard with shed. New
roof, new CH/A, all
new sewage lines,,
less than 6 months
old. Milton area.
$65,900. 623-0446
(cell)380-1202.
IN MILTON, Eagle-
court Subdivision,
3bd/2ba, 1540 sqft.,
new carpet, ceramic
tile. $125,000. Call
232-6928.
READY TO Move in
nowl 3br, 1.5ba,
CH/A, brick home
with large den, ,tiled
& wood floors. Dou-
ble lot with in ground
pool. 623-9623
$96,500.

510
Land
1/2 ACRE between
Avalon & Mulat for
sale by owner. Own-
er finance. $45,000,
$5,000 down, $400
per month. 30 years
at 10%. 626-4741.

FOR SALE: Approx-
imately 30 acres,
Pond Creek area;
some waterfront. 1-
850-593-6015 after
5pm.


704
Livestock


PENTON'S FARM
Supply
(Allentown)
Formerly C& L
Farm Supply
Bulk Corn & Oats
HMC Feed & others
Gates, Post, &
Fencing
Tues-Sat 8am-5pm
623-0442


706
Livestock Supplies


HAY
FOR SALE
Coastal Hay. 623-
6769 or 336-2267.

HORSE HAY,
square bales. 623-
8237.

708
Pets
FEMALE IGUANA,
1 year old w/large
cage, food & heat
rock. $125. Call 626-
2203, leave mes-
sage.


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Land
FOR SALE: Three
acre lots, East Mil-
ton, Hickory Ham-
mock Rd. 1-850-
593-6015 after 5pm.

LAND FOR RENT
Refer to
Classification
#408

512 -'
Mobile Homes r.

1996 3BD/2BA, mo-
bile home, "
1250sqft., 2.3 acres,
fenced backyard,
CH/A, East Milton. '
$79,900. 983-0535.

FOR SALE- 14x70
mobile home on one -
acre of land in East
Milton. 3br,2ba, cen-.
tral. HT/AC. Great
rental investment or.
purchase for first
time homeowner.
$40,000. Call 623-
8448
NICE, 3BD / 2ba,
1997 Mobile Home
for sale on .88 of an:,"
acre. Must see to,
appreciate. Lot's of
extras, tub jets, ice
maker, dishwasher,
CH/A, $59,900
994-5859.





556
Homes

WESTERN NC
Mountains. Where,'
there is cool
mountain air, views
& stream. For Free -
Brochure of Moun-
tain Property Sales':
Call (800)642-5333. :,
Realty of Murphy,:
317 Peachtree St.-;
Murphy, N.C. 28906.:
www.realtyofmur-
phy.com.

560
Land
MOUNTAIN CABIN
& 5 acre package,
stunning view,
streams, near Blue'
Ridge Parkway,
easy access from I-
77.$89,900, Call
owner at (866)789-
8535.

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Lost & Found
PETS

LOST YOUR PET?
Be sure to call
Santa Rosa
Animal Control
to report him
missing and to
be sure he's not
there waiting
on you to
pick him up!
850-983-4680




806
Appliances
WHIRLPOOL
WASHER & dryer, 6
.years old. $125.
623-5863.
814
Furniture
LARGE METAL
desk, Good condi-
tion. $50. Call 994-
9633.
MATCHING SOFA
,bed & reclining
chair, blue, good
* condition. $100. Call
983-0535.
830
Miscellaneous
For Sale
Elizabeth Burris
FOR .SALE- Dolls
and stuffed animals.'
All together or se-
perate. 623-5112
Ask for Vicki
FREE 4-ROOM Di-
rectv System in-
cludes installation. 2
SMo. Free HBO &
Cinemax! Access to
over 225 channels!
Limited time offer. S
& H restrictions ap-
ply. (866)500-4056.
METAL ROOFING
Save $$$ Buy'direct
from manufacturer.
20 colors in stock
with all accessories.
Quick turn around!
Delivery available
Toll Free (888)393-
S0335.
PIANO & bench.
$150 OBO. Cedar
Tree, best offer.
981-0405.


830
Miscellaneous
For Sale



Centipede-
St. Augustine
Farm Direct
We Deliver
434-0066
MOVING SALE- All
types of furniture,
Queen bedding $60,
French Provincial
dining set w/ 6
chairs $300, twin
mattress $20. May-
tag washer $125.
626-4266

NEW HOVEROUND
power scooter with
battery charger.
Originally $6000 will
sacrifice for $2000
623-9558




We Deliver & Install
Centipede
St. Augustine
Bermuda
Bailed Pine Straw
Call us first, Save Time
Call us last, Save Money
Hwy. 87 So. Milton
626-8578

SPA! OVER-
STOCKED! New 7
person spa-Loaded!
Includes cover, de-
livery & warranty.
$2,999, was $5,999.
(888)397-3529.
WORKSHOP
SHED, excellent
condition. 10'X16',
electricity. $1,000
OBO. Philippine Ma-
hogany China cabi-
net w/china, $1,000.
Small chest Freezer,
excellent condition.
$50. Call 983-8773
or 418-0265.

832
Miscellaneous
Wanted
CASH PAID for
Books! Tel: 850-
623-5416, Please
leave a message.
WANTED TO Buy,
Toddler car seat.
6223-4278.


832
Miscellaneous
Wanted

CASH PAID for
Books! Tel: 850-
623-5416. Please
leave a message.

GLASS CRAFTER
needs empty glass
soft drink bottles, (all
kinds). Not necessa-
rily collectors edi-
tions. Will pick up.
983-8042.
PAY CASH for junk
cars or trucks. Run-
ning 'or not. Call
983-9527
WANTED: FRENCH
Provincial Buffet or
China Cabinet. Call
206-3679.



904
Cars

1999 ACURA 3.21t
$12,222, 20-28
MPG loaded, sun-
roof, CD/Cassette-
white w/beige leath-
er interior, new tires
626-4266, 426-2525

AAA RATED Dona-
tion. Donate your
car, boat or real es-
tate. IRS Tax De-
ductible Free Pick-
Up/Tow any
model/Condition.
Help underprivileged
children. (800)598-
9211. Outreachcen-
ter.org.


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Recreational
FINAL 45-HOUR
Countdown Sale -
December 27th-
31st, Nations #1 RV
Brands. Receive
Premium Gift with
RV Purchase. Free
hamburgers, hot
dogs, drink. Giant
Recreation World.
Daytona Beach
(800)893-2552; Mel-
bourne (800)700-
1021; Orlando
(800)654-8475.
916
Sport Utility
Vehicles
1993 BRONCO
XLT. All power, 302,
5 speed, Great
body, many extras.
$3,500. OBO Call
626-3839.
918
Trucks
91' CHEVY S-10,
4.3 Liter, V-6.
$2,500. 994-7286


918
Trucks
94 CHEVROLET
Diesel Dually,
64,000 original
miles, excellent con-
dition, Reese hitch
and gooseneck
hitch, $10,000 firm.
850-957-4952.
922
Other
5'X8' ENCLOSED
trailer. $650. Call
994-0743.

Place a
classified ad *
today. Phone
623-2120.

87 FORD L9000
Dump Truck, 12 ton
Pintle hook equip-
ment trailer. 94 D3C
Caterpillar Dozer
Brand new. All in ex-
cellent condition.
$52,000. 850-957-
4952.


Martin A. Hinote


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Meals
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Bulk Corn & Oats
HMC Feed & Others
Gates, Post & Fencing
S-*Tues. Sat. 8:00 5:00
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Cement Mason
Patios Driveways Walks
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Installing new roofs at or below
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Free upgrade for 25 year shingles!
Serving Milton & Santa Rosa County & Beaches.
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10P% discount for Churches & Senior Citizens


Serving the Milton & Pace Area
Free Estimates
15 Year Warranty Workmanship
Licensed & Insured
No waiting List

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Licensed & Insured O f g Since
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6441 Wilmar Ave I/Milton

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MARKET
COUNTRY MADE SYRUP
SEASONAL PRODUCE
8855 Chumuckla Hwy.
"If We Grow It Pace, FL 32571
You'll Like It" Open for Business
Mon Sat 8am 5pm


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Drywall
Pressure Cleaning
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