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Title: The Santa Rosa press gazette
Alternate title: Milton press gazette
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Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Milton Newspapers, Inc.
Place of Publication: Milton Fla
Creation Date: February 9, 2005
Publication Date: 1984-
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Table of Contents
    Section A: Main
        A 1
        A 2
        A 3
        A 4
        A 5
        A 6
        A 7
    Section A: Milton High Panthers
        A 8
    Section A: Main Continued
        A 9
        A 10
    Section B: ‘Styles
        B 1
        B 2
        B 3
        B 4
        B 5
        B 6
        B 7
        B 8
        B 9
        B 10
    Section C: Sports
        C 1
        C 2
        C 3
    Section C: Classifieds
        C 4
        C 5
        C 6
        C 7
        C 8
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WEDNESDAY

February 9, 2005


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INSIDE


Transfer of power:


Bill would allow local governments to raise sales tax without voter okay


By DEBORAH NELSON
Press Gazette Staff Writer
The power to impose local
option sales taxes will shift
from taxpayers to county gov-
ernment if a recently introduced
Florida Senate measure passes.
As Florida grows by leaps


It's an evening of Bluegrass,
gospel and more every Saturday
at Camelot Juriction Antiques.
Here, Dale Palmer, Niceville,
shows off his talents on the
Native American flute.
See STYLES, Page 1B.


NEWS


VIEWS
ODo you think the DOT's
plans to widen the 1-10 bridge
will affect traffic?
JEFF
SAWYER
Absolutely.
I'm sure
sometime in
the future
I e're going
to need six
lanes. This is
a good time
to go ahead
and increase


capacity."


BRUCE
LADUE
"No. *
What's .. ,
going to go '
atfthe end
of the
bridge- 7
Where it
goes back '
to two lanes?"


RICHARD
VAN ATTA
"Most defi-
nitely. ,
There's |
already such
a high vol- "
ume of traf-
-fic through
the area. It's
long over-
due."
Have a question
you'd like to see
asked in News
Views? Email it to us
at: news@sr-pg.com


CHE

Wal-mart

customers

go high-tech
By JIM FLETCHER
PG Assistant Publisher
Gail Samoluk stood at
the checkout Monday, scan-
ning items at Wal-mart. The
odd thing is, Samoluk does-
n't work for Wal-mart.
She was one of the intiiual
flush of customers to tr their
hand at the local Wal-mart',
new self check-out facil it e's..
Waving items back and
forth across the scanning
window, Samoluk occasion-
ally,offered a look of frustri-
tion and a nervous smile.
Ift's overly sensitive," she
observed and returned io the
work of checking herself out
Raising an eyebrow and
shrugging a shoulder, the
Pace woman offered, "Yau
think it's going to be
fast.. .but it's not."
Several agonizing min-
utes later, the woman com-
pleted her transaction. WI h al
little "experience" under her
belt, Samoluk's opinion sud-
denly changed. "I like the
cont enience of it now that I
kno% % hat I'm doing."
She's not alone. .
Time and again in the last
few days the story has been
repeated. Wal-mart installed
eight of the self-serve check-
out facilities last Thursday-
four at the store's grocery
end and four closer to the
center of the store.
The self-serve checkouts
are not replacing any check-
out lanes. Instead, officials
note, they are in addition to
the previous ones. Prior to
last week, the store had 30
checkout lanes. Now. it has


By JOSHUA WILKS
Press Gazette Staff Writer


Applications are available
now for the 17th Annual
Riverwalk Fine Arts Festival


and bounds, debate continues-
on whether "growth pays for
itself," and if not, who should
come up with the money for
roads, schools and other infra-
structure.
Some argue developers-
who profit most directly from
growth-should pay for it,


that will be held in historic
downtown Milton the weekend
of March 12 and 13.
In a two-day event that also
offers the reopening of the


County gets first grant

in FEMA reimbursement


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By DEBORAH NELSON
Press Gazette Staff Writer
The Federal Emergency
Management Agency has begun
the process of reimbursing
Santa Rosa County for post-
Ivan debris cleanup, with a $5
million grant payment
announced recently.
The total bill, say officials,
will top $30 million. FEMA is
expected to cover 90% of that
cost, with 5% coming from the
State of Florida, and the
remaining 5% from the county.
FEMA reimbursement has


been reported to be slow
throughout the State.
Santa Rosa's holdup was
due to a data entry snafu, which
officials say involved specify-
ing a negligible amount of pri-
vate versus public roadway
service, but nevertheless
snarled the process at FEMA's
end.
According to Santa Rosa's
Public Works Department, con-
tractors have removed
3,162,659.9 cubic yards of con-
struction and vegetation debris
See MONEY, Page 5A.


while others say the costs
should be split across the public
spectrum. The Florida
Association of Counties con-
tends property owners bear a
disproportionate burden of
growth's costs because
Florida's tax structure limits
revenue options beyond Ad


Museum of Local History and
the Imogene Theatre, the festi-
val will host food vendors, a
Children's Creation Station,
Coast Guard vessel tours, and
live entertainment.
"It's the only fine arts festi-
val we have in downtown
Milton," says organizer Cecile
Stephens, who helped start the
event 17 years ago.
The setting, says Stephens,
is perfect for a fine arts festival.
This year will be the first
time the Fine Arts Festival will
have the Veterans' Memorial
Plaza to offer visitors an added
riverfront venue, Stephens says.
The Children's Creation
Station usually includes six to
eight different activities, she
says.
"It will be a lot of creativi-
ty," Stephens says. "And the
river offers a perfect backdrop
for an event like this."
Sponsors for the event
See ARTS, Page 3A.


Valorem property taxes.
To add insult to injury, a
2003 special report by the St.
Petersburg Times found that
98% of businesses in Florida
pay no tax, and that the State
was losing $1 billion per year in -
corporate tax loopholes.
Proposed Senate Bill 7048


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Pace/Pea-Ridge Wal-mart Cashier Joanne Seagrave helps walk customer Gail Samoluk through the
process of using the store's new self-checkout facilities. A bit skeptical at first, Smoluk ultimately decid-
,ed she likes the convenience of being able to help herself.


31 plus the eight self-checkout facilities.
Under the new system, a single cashier
watches over the transactions of four checkout
terminals..
Joanne Seagrave is one such cashier. "I
think," she says, "they will like it when they get
the hang of it."
The automated machines allow customers to
take care of the scanning and paying functions


Press Gazette photo by Joshua Wilks


of checkout all by themselves. Customers can do
anything at these machines they can do with a
regular cashier-although some things (like
paying by check) may take a little longer.
The machines accept cash, credit, debit and
EBT.
Still, there is a learning curve and some
shoppers become frustrated. "I used it the other
Please see CHECK OUT, Page 6A.


would shift authority over sales
and other taxes-along with a
host of other growth manage-'
ment issues-from public and
State oversight to local govern-
ment control.
Currently, taxpayers must
approve (via a public vote) any
See BILL, Page 3A.


Valentines'

production

scheduled

Comedy uses only
two actors for eight
roles.
The public is invited to
Until Death Do Us Part, a com-
edy performance written and
produced by local talent, Mark
Sargent. Santa Rosa Medical
Center is sponsoring this event
on Valentines Day, Monday,
February 14, at 7:00 p.m.
Until Death Do Us Part
features Sargent and Larry
McHenry playing eight roles
between them. The play is
approximately two hours,
di\ ided into two acts, and offi-
ciais say the public is guaran-
teed a lot of good laughs. The
challenge of playing multiple
characters, both male and
. teem le, v. ith ,ff-sitage *..o' ium'ie
chan.,es taking place so fast as
to defy belief, is more than
See PLAY, Page 6A.

Libraries set

to feel love


BN DEBORAH NELSON
P) s s Gazette Staff Writer
Area libraries are gearing
up for hearts and flowers-or at
leasi stories and games-as
Valentine's Day approaches.
Libraries will host "Heart
to Heart" Valentine's Day par-
ties for children in grades
kindergarten through five, this
week.
Parties include stories,
games and treats, according to
organizers. At Navarre and Gulf
Breeze events, the Pensacola
Ice Pirates players and Ice Man
will make a special appearance.
Parties will take place from
3:30 to 4:30 p.m.
The schedule includes:
February 9 (Wednesday):,
Milton Library, 5541 Alabama
St., phone.623-5565.
February 10 (Thursday):
Gulf Breeze Libtary, 1060
Shoreline Dr., phone 932-5166.


Situated on Canal Street in Milton, this 1890s structure, was origi-
nally built as the Black Odd Fellows' Hall. Later, it served as a board-
ing house and now is being renovated for a third life-this time as an
apartment complex. We take a long historic look at this local land-
mark in Saturday's Press Gazette.
Press Gazette photo by Joshua Wilks


Time to think Riverwalk Arts


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1/27/05
Beasley, James Alvin; 1781
oKingsfield Road, Pensacola,
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Graham, Marlon Derail;
6640 Cedar Street, Milton, FL;
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Forest Avenue, Cantonment;,
FL; Male; 32; Probation
Violation-Felony or Commty
Cont. 1/27/05
Rodriguez, Temple Vincent;
3426 ABC Park Court, Milton,
FL; Male; 33; Drugs-
Possession With Intent to Sell
Etc. Other Schedule nI or IV.
1/27/05
Stalnaker, Tina Louise;
3500 Robinson Point Road,
Milton, FL; Female; 40;
Probation Violation-Felony or
Commty Cont. 1/27/05 -
Williams, Kevin Morgan;
4135 Kendrick Road, Milton,
FL; Male; 29; Damage
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$200 or Less Subsq. Off.,
Burglary of Unoccupied
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Assault/Battery. 1/27/05.
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Regon Road, Navarre, FL;
Male; 30; Traffic Offense-
DUI Alcohol or Drugs 2nd
Offense, Probation Violation-
Felony or Commty Cont.
1/27/05
Coleman, Jason Dewitt;
1409 South Cedar Street, Foley,
AL; Male; 24; Bail-Secured
Bond Failure to Appear for
Felony Offense. 1/31/05
Dodson, Tommy Lee: 3358
La Leyenda Court, Gulf Breeze.
FL;' Male; 20; Burglars of
Unoccupied D%%elling.
Unarmed; No Assault/Batter'.
Larceny-Theft is $300 or
More But Less Than $5000.
1/31/05
AMerrell. Johnatharn Lynn;
267 Shepherd Road, Ellijay,
GA; Male; 20; Sex Offense-
Victim 12 Years of Age Up to 15,
Years of Age, Lewd Lascivious
Behavior-Victim 12 Years of
Age Up to 16 Years of Age
Offender 18 Years of Age or
Older. 1/31/05
Nehmer, Debra Sue; 6540
Hunter Street, Milton, FL;
Female; 41; Failure to Appear
for Felony Offense. 1/31/05
Bowers, William Keith;
5451 Persimmon Hollow Road,.
Milton, FL;, Male; 45;
Nonmoving Traffic Violation-
Driving While License is
Suspended Habitual Offender.
1/28/05
Castleberry. Jeffre\ \\a\ ne;
4480 \\ute Ash Road, Molino,
FL: Male: 35: Probation.
Violation-Felony or Commry
Control. 1/31/05
Chechak, Alex Olaf; 2400


Andorra Street/Pine Street,
Navarre, FL; Male; 32;
Battery-Touch or Strike,
Burglary-Of Structure
Conveyance Unarmed Without
Persons Inside, Larceny-Petit
1st Offense.
Dykes, Krystal Lynn; 6541
Hunter Street, Milton, FL;
Female. 21; Fraud-Utter a
False .Statement. 1/30/05
Madai, Joshua Peter; 6401
Meado" field Circle, Pensacola,
FL; Male: 23; Vehicle Theft
Grand 3rd Degree. 1/29/05
Oxenham, Nolan Charles;
421 Canterbury Lane, Gulf
Breeze, FL; Male; 19;
Probation Violation-Felon\ or
Commty Cont. 1/28/05
Phinney, Edward Clifton;
121 Jackson Street, Freeport,
FL; Male: 41; Traffic Offense-
DUI. Alcohol or Drugs 3rd'
Violation. Within 10 Years,
Nonmoving Traffic Violation-
Drive While License Suspended'
1st ,Offense, Marijuana
Possession-Not More Than 20
Grams, Traffic Offense-
Refuse to Submit to DIUI Test.
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Riley, Donna Ann; 5583
Econfina Street, Milton, FL;
Female; 50; Battery-On
Officer Firefighter EMT, Etc.,.
Trespassing-Fail to Leave
Property Upon Order by Owner,
Resist Officer-\\With Violence.
1/31/05 .
Skipper. Joseph ;Samuel;
:6705 Budd is Lane, Pace, FL;
Male. 31. Probation \ lolauon-
Felony or .Commty Cont.
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4750 Jerry Drive, Pea Ridge,
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Moving Traffic Violation-
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Hale. Joseph Damon; 22 El
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Scott, Eric Stephen: 6711
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Foster, Michael Stephen:'
5555 Booker Street, Milton, FL:
Male; 26; Probation Violation-
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Hammond. Timoth\
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Navarre,' FL; Male; 24;
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Maniccia, Ryan Keith; 4366
Sea,Port Road, Pace, FL; Male;
33; Larceny-Theft is $300 or
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Sample, Linda Pattullo;
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Female; 44; Larceny-Theft is
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Smith III, Joseph James;
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Frost, Kathrf n Jo;' 4778
Fairoaks Drive, Pace, FL;
Female; 46; 'Probation
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Simmons, David Leo;
13780 AlIsbatia Street. Jay, FL;
Mule: 48. Probation Violation-.
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Richardson, Brian David;
1814 Hurlbert Road, Fl Walton
Beach, FL; Male; 29; Battery-
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Bennett. Sha \n Carl; 4770
Fairoaks Drive, Pace, FL; Male;
19; Battery-Touch or Strike,
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FL; Male; 34; Probation
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Scanlan, William Mark;
5235 Boswell Avenue,
Memphis, TN; Male; 48;
Vehicle Theft-Grand 3rd
Degree. 2/2/05
Bonesteel. Calvin Dewey;
5997 Chumuckla Highway,
Pace,. FL; Male; 52; DUI.
2/3/05
Tuamokumo. Fini, 6685
Brock Axenue. Milton. FL;
Female; 23; Out-of State
Fugitive-Ref-Fugiti% e from
Justice, 2/3/05
Taylor. Jeffery Daniel; 2702
W. Maxwell Street. Pensacola,
FL; Male: 29; Probation
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Dominici; Juliano Erik:
7830 Fleetwood Drive, Milton,
FL; Male; 33: Fraud-
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of ID of Another Person %t without
Consent. 2/3/05
Douglas. .Helen Jane.' 2726
Shalimar Drie. Natarre. FL;
Female; 40; Cruelty Toward
Child-D/V-Abuse Without
Great Harm. Battern-2 counts-
Touch or Strike. 2/3/05
Atlood. Roben Do\le:
5300 Bodeea Street, Milton:
Male; 27; Out-of-State-
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Jusuce. 2/3/05
English, Charles Kevin;
5566 Forest Hills Lane, Milton;
Male; 38: Cocaine Possession.
Narcotic Eqtupment Possession
and or Use.'2/3/05
Hatcher, Lee Chelsie; 5312
Chestnut Avenue. Pace. FL;
Male; 21; Burglar) -Of
Dwelling Unarmed No Assault
or Battery, Larceny -50K
Dollars More from 65 Years of
Age or Older. Marijuana
Possession-Not More Than 20
Grams. 2/3/05
Henry. Daniel McCall: 3320
Country Meadoxw. Pace. FL;
Male; 43: Probanon Violation-
Felony or Commty Cont. 2/3/05
Kimmons. Timoth\ Brian:
4237, El is PresleN Drie.
Milton. FL; Male; 24;
Battern-Felons Battern Result
from Bodily HarmDisabdity.
2/3/05 .
Marko. Stephen Michael: 1
Lake Avenue, Ft Walton Beach.
FL; Male: 53; -. Cocaine
"Possession, Narcotic
Equipment Possession and or
Use-2 Counts. 2/3/05
Tew. Christopher Allen:
6258 Buckskin Drive. Milton.
FL; Male: 37: Aggraiated
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Without Intent to Kill,
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plan to increase sales taxes.
On the gas tax side of the
issue, Obmmissioners may cur-
rently approve a gas tax
increase without the voters'
approval, but such an action
requires a "supermajority"
(four of the five commissioners)
vote.
The new law would change
all that. If passed, it would
allow county governments to
enact a local option 1/2 or 1
cent sales tax without taking the
matter to the public.
Local government would,
however, retain the option of
placing the decision to a public
vote if they so wanted.
The gas tax approval
process would also change
under this bill. Instead of a
super majority, passage of a gas
tax hike would require only a
simple majority (three of the
five commissioners) for
approval.
Santa Rosa voters over-
whelmingly rejected proposed
new sales tax and gas taxes in
2002.
Impact Fees-imposed
against developers to offset
infrastructure costs associated
with new construction-have
been tossed around as one way
to make the costs of growth
more equitable.
The proposed Bill would
allow local governments to
impose a 5% tax on deed trans-
fers-those fees would replace
any Impact Fee assessments
imposed after 2003. For Santa
Rosa, that would negate any
ability to impose Impact Fees at
all.
Florida Association of


Counties (FAC) Government
Liaison Bob McKee says that
provision may still be up for
debate.
FAC supports the bill
because, it contends, limited
county taxing authority makes
it hard for local governments to
pay for necessary public needs.
Unfunded state mandates
combined with state and federal
funding cuts, FAC officials say,
place too much cost burden
onto counties, with no way to
generate revenue except proper-
ty taxes.
"As a practical matter, the
amount of money involved in
(the 5% Deed Tax) may not be
enough to sway (legislators),"
McKee contends. "What's
important is that the bill (as a
whole) is not looking at new
revenue sources, it looks at
existing sources."
The FAC opposes the Deed
Tax provision, arguing gas and
sales taxes better spread growth
costs across the spectrum.
"Sales tax (functions as) an
infrastructure surtax shared by
tourists, citizens and business-
es," McKee contends. "And gas
taxes are as close as a tax gets
to a user fee."
But why transfer taxing
authority away from the public
at all?
McKee maintains the move
would place funding into the
hands of those officials who are
already making planning deci-
sions.
"The problem in Florida
has been a disconnect (between'
planning and) funding-prop-
erty taxes are not a viable solu-
tion for funding infrastructure."
he argues. "The important thing


to remember is that the referen-
dum (public vote) option still
exists."
On the growth management
side, the bill would transfer
much planning and develop-
ment oversight from Florida's
Department of Community
Affairs (DCA) to local govern-
ments.
Growth management issues
include housing and develop-
ment rates and densities, rezon'-
ings, land use, transportation,
and infrastructure capacity.
Currently, changes in those
areas are subject to DCA over-
sight.
Under the new bill, specific
local "Certification" areas
would fall under county plan-
ning control-subject to 10-
year planning guidelines.
Progress would be subject to
State review.
Extra large "Developments
of Regional Impact" are cur-
rently subject to DCA infra-
structure and compatibility
review.
But if SB 7048 passes,
large developments that fall
inside certification zones would
no' longer require State
approval.
The bill allows for individ-


ual "affected persons" to chal-
lenge growth management
decisions made by local gov-
ernment.
The Bill is sponsored by the
Senate Committee on


Community Affairs, Chaired by
Senator Mike Bennett (R-
Bradenton). Senator Charlie
Clary (R-Destin) also serves on
that board.
At press time, there was no


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Santa Rosa's Teachers of Results were then collected thi
the Year will be honored a by Santa Rosa Educational run
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Arts
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Entry fees for the fine arts
show include a $75 booth fee
and $10 jury fee. This is a
juried fine art show and prizes
and ribbons will be awarded.
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Weigh carefully
Much has been learned since Hurricane Ivan
trashed our county.
For instance, flood prone areas have been
redefined, building codes are being studied and
areas where homes and businesses once were
allowed are now are being designated as off-limits.
Many home and business owners, whose struc-
tures were destroyed, are re-locating to safer
ground so as to be better protected when the next
severe hurricane targets our Panhandle area.
Governmental agencies are changing and
improving emergency procedures that deal with
disasters and local elected officials are learning
every day how to better deal with recovery and
rebuilding efforts.
With all that is being done to rebuild, improve
and protect our region, it is vital that those we have
in elected position focus on priorities and, just as
important, appropriate 6ur tax dollars in a wise
manner.
For example, we urge our county commission-
ers to proceed carefully with spending millions of
our tax dollars on beach-restoration on Navarre
Beach.
Our neighbors in Escambia County spent a
small fortune (a whopping $20 million) last year to
add 200 feet and 4 million cubic yards of sand to
8.1 miles of shoreline on Pensacola Beach. That
project, which clearly benefited the many home
and business owners who don't pay any property
taxes, wrapped up in July.
Two months later, in a matter of hours,
Hurricane Ivan wiped out 75 percent of that expen-
sive project. Now we're told rough estimates to
replace the sand have been placed at $15 million.
What logic is there to continue .to spend mil-
lions of dollars when that money is seriously need-
ed in other areas? And we are all frightfully aware
that when the next hurricane hits our coastline,
which it will, this very same sand will be once
again washed back out into the Gulf of Mexico.
Oh, but most of this money came from the
state. Don't fool yourself. Where do you think
THAT money ultimately came from? Right...your
pockets.
Self-serving proponents will use such reason-
ing as tourism and protecting the many homes and
businesses that line the shores of the Gulf. Well,
the first question that arises from this reasoning is
just how many millions of public tax dollars must
be spent to accommodate the tourists and beach
residents? While the money generated from
tourism is substantial, we must ask ourselves is it
worth all these public dollars for sand restoration
that won't last? Is this a sound investment?
Is there a better way to spend $20 million that
would have a more far-reaching effect for tourism?
County officials say we've lost about 50 to 75
feet of sand due to the hurricane and say the post-
Ivan cost will be between $11 and $12 million.
Is it \% north spending public dollars on a project
that is doomed from the beginning? We're told by
Gulf Island National Seashore officials that they
have absolutely no plans for beach renourishment.
What do they know that we do not?
As more and more public access areas are
being taken away for the sake of private develop-
ment, many people are questioning the motives
behind this costly and risky project.
Perhaps beach renourishment is the way to go.
We're just saying:..with such a high price tag; the
move deserves a lot of scrutiny before any final
decision is made.


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FM: HOLLY SKLAR
Dear Editor:
Did you know that raising the minimum wage was
a demand of the March on Washington for Jobs and
Freedom where the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. gave
his "I have a Dream" speech? King, A. Philip
Randolph and other leaders of the 1963 March on
Washington demanded "a national minimum wage act
that will give all Americans a decent standard of liv-
ing."
They didn't dream that four decades later, the
value of the minimum wage would, go down as the
cost of housing, food, health care and other necessi-
ties went up. They didn't dream' that four decades
later, 36 million Americans would be below the offi-
cial poverty line-far below a decent standard of liv-
ing. They didn't dream that four decades later, the
black poverty rate would still be triple that of whites.
At the time of the March in 1963, the minimum
wage was $7.80 an hour, adjusting for inflation in
2004 dollars. Today's minimum wage is far lower-
just $5.15 an hour. In "Where Do We Go From Here?"
King wrote, "There is nothing but a lack of social
vision to prevent us from paying an adequate wage to
every American citizen whether he be a hospital
worker, laundry worker, maid, or day laborer."
The minimum wage. reached its peak value in
1968, the year King was assassinated. Today's $5.15
minimum wage is 41 percent less than 1968's infla-
tion-adjusted minimum wage of $8.78. Full-time,
year-round minimum wage workers made $18,262 in
1968, adjusting for inflation. Today's full-time mini-
mum wage workers make just $10,712 a year. The,
minimum wage sets the wage floor. As the floor sinks,
millions of workers find themselves with wages above
the minimum, but not above the poverty level.
"Business Week" observed last year in a cover
story on the working poor, "Today more than 2S mil-
lion people, about a quarter of the workforce between
the ages of 18 and 64, earn less than $9.04 an hour,
which translates into a full-time salary of $18,800 a
year-the income that marks the federal poverty line
for a family of four." One out of three black workers
earns less than $9.04 an hour-barely above the value
of the minimum wage of 1968.
Certainly, King didn't dream that four decades
after the March on Washington, the U.S. Conference
of Mayors would find in its annual "Hunger and
Homelessness Survey" that 17 percent of the home-
less were employed, as were 34 percent of adults
requesting emergency food assistance.
The last minimum wage increases in 1996-97
were followed by rising incomes and falling poverty
and unemployment nationwide. We need another
boost to the minimum wage, and the economy. Most
Americans believe a job should keep you out of
poverty, not keep you in it. Most Americans want to
raise the minimum wage significantly.
Yet, Congress has had seven pay raises since
1997, when the minimum wage increased to $5.15,
while approving none since then for minimum wage
workers. This month, congressional pay rose to
$162,100-way up from $133,600 in 1997. That
cumulative $28,500 congressional pay hike is more
than the total earnings of two minimum wage work-
ers.
At the time 'of the 1963 March on Washington,
members of Congress earned nine times the pay of
minimum wage workers. Now, they earn 15 times as
much. To reverse that growing gap, Congress should
tie their pay raises to raises in the minimum wage.
Georgia Congressman John Lewis, a leader of the
March on Washington, has said if King were alive,


"he would be in the forefront of reminding the gov-
ernment that its first concern should be the basic
needs of its citizens-not just black Americans but all
Americans-for food, shelter, health care, education,
jobs, livable incomes and the opportunity to realize
their full potential."
A. Philip Randolph introduced King before the "I
have a Dream" speech as "the moral leader of
America." Congress and the White House should stop
taking a holiday from King's dream and enact "a
national minimum wage act that will give all
Americans a decent standard of living."

Thankful for recent Iraqi elections
FM: CHRYS HOLLEY
Dear Editor:
It is time to praise God again, although His praise
is continually in my mouth.
God answered our prayers again, giving Iraqi
people the courage to vote without fear of insurgent
threats.
Voter turnout was as good or better than some
apathetic voters in America. Five major American
cities afforded Iraqi expatriates the opportunity to
vote in support of the Iraqi election, a blessing. Many
traveled long distances to vote.
Geraldo interviewed some of our troops, proud of
their well-done job in assisting Iraqis in their stand
for democracy and their country. What a sense of sat-
isfaction they feel knowing they helped a nation
oppressed by a murderer of his own people, et. al.
I hope Saddani got a good look at the happy faces'
'"f the'dancing in the streets.
I am empathetic towards those who lost loved
. ones, but after all coalition forces sacrificed, they
should remain until there is more stability. There's
still so much to do, but our troops will eventually
come home.
The likes of Kerry and Kennedy should shut their
mouths. With another "K" added, their negativity and
attitude reminds me of an undesirable group detri-
mental to our country.
As for Kennedy calling President George 'W.
Bush a liar, it is the pot calling the kettle black. It all
smacks of sour grapes to me.

Let's save the horses
FM: DIANE LOWERY
Dear Editor:
Up until now, in this area, there has been no horse
rescue organization in operation, but that has
changed.
Many of us have seen and known of abused and
neglected horses, but have not been able to get anyone
to help.
Pure and simple, this is animal cruelty and there
are Florida Statutes and County Ordinances to protect
them. Animal Cdntrol is the authority to handle these
cases, but for a number of reasons has not had much
success with horses. They deal mainly with cats and
dogs.
As a result, a local group has put together
Panhandle Equine Rescue, Inc.
Our goal is to provide rescue, rehabilitation and
adoption services. Also, assistance will be available
to law enforcement and animal agencies with cruelty
investigations as well as care and placement of hors-
es.
Many volunteers are needed to help make this
organization a success.
For information or to report cases, call 587-2754
or 587-5300.


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Santa Rosa...
Saturday, 6:26 p.m.
This is Dan. I'm calling in
regard to pain management doc-
tors. Yes, I know doctors are sup-
posed to write prescriptions, but
there are some who write. them
almost automatically.

Friday, 7:45 a.m.
This is Ken. I was calling
about the traffic situation around
Wal-mart. I think, if they would
fix the lights as they have at
Home Depot, it would solve the
problem. Then, when the traffic is
light enough, you could at least
turn east. I think this is something
that should be investigated.

Thursday, 1:20 p.m.
This is Jean..I'm calling about
Hurricane Ivan. I live south of the
1-10 bridge in'Santa Rosa County
and north of Garcon Point. The
devastation and everything that
happened there was horrible. I'm
not aware of any. aerial photos
taken of the area. We've not heard
anything about who is picking up
the white goods, where to put
toxic items, etc. Since Florida is a
retirement area, it seems the ball
should be started rolling. If any-
one has information about this, I
o \\uld appreciate them calling
this line and leaving the informa-
tion for those of us who need it.
There are refrigerators and the
like around that haven't' been
cleaned up and people here don't
seem to know what to do with
them. We really need some help.
Thursday, 12:15 p.m.
I found your tongue-in-cheek
Groundhog's Day story on South
Santa Rosa Sophie quite enter-
taining. But it seems to be the
most appropriate substitute for a
groundhog (in the area, at least)
should be the Gopher Turtle. Like
the groundhog, they spend most
of their time underground.
Perhaps the ZOO should invest in
getting their very own gopher tur-
tle and use it every February 2 for
PR purposes. Just a thought.
Editor's Note: Funny you
should mention that. During the
interview, the gopher turtle WAS
mentioned. The ZOO in Gulf
Breeze DOES have such a crit-


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County to
pay $472
in legal fees
Santa Rosa County
Commissioners, Monday, gave
the initial okay to pay $472 to
cover legal costs incurred by
former Commissioner Robert
Hilliard.
The charges stem from an
August 2004 ethics allegation
filed by Walter L. Coen (which
was subsequently dismissed by
the courts).
Law allows county govern-
ments to reimburse elected offi-
cials for such legal fees if the
allegations are dismissed or
ruled to be unfounded.
County Attorney Tom
Dannheisser wrote, "...The
Florida Ethics Commission
issued an order dismissing the
complaint on its face for legal
insufficiency."

Money
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throughout the county.
Some 1,581 tons of white
goods, such as refrigerators and
washers, were also hauled
away.
Also removed, about 4,000
tree stumps.
"This storm scattered
about three million cubic yards
of vegetative, construction and
demolition debris throughout
the county," according to
FEMA Coordinating Officer
Bill Carwile. "This effort will
continue until the need no
longer exists."
Officials say debris removal
from curbside and public areas
is primarily complete.
But Santa Rosa is by no
means spic and span.
According to Public Works
Director Avis Whitfield, the
county plans to move forward
with waterway debris cleanup
in coming months.
Public parks, boat ramps
and seawalls are also on the
slate for future restoration,
along with Navarre Beach sand
and dunes renourishment.


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Art Affair is this weekend Check out


By DEBORAH NELSON
Press Gazette Staff Writer
Local art lovers get the
chance to buy, browse or just
critique when the Santa Rosa
Art Associktion hosts its annual
art sale, this weekend, at
Pensacola Junior College
Milton Campus. "An Art
Affair" will feature a variety of
media for sale by area artists
and craftspersons.
The show was originally
scheduled for October, "but like
everything else, it was


'Ivanized' and we had to post-
pone until February," explains
organizer Jim Berry.
According to Berry, 53 ven-
dors are slated to display their
wares this year.
"We have a good selection,"
he notes. Featured media
include pottery, jewelry, wood-
work, and pen and ink art as
well as watercolor and acrylic
paintings.
"We've got some very
good, award winning artists
featured," says Berry.
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work will be available for sale
include Ginny Wall, Darlene
Samuels, Jeannie Vauhgn,
Suzanne Borges, as well as
Berry and his wife, Helen.
Berry's own artistic focus is
nature and military subjects.
His pen and ink drawings hang
in the Pentagon.
This is the fifth year for the
event, and the second time PJC
has hosted it.
"We're hoping for a big
turnout," Berry comments.
All Art Affair proceeds go
towards a good cause, organiz-
ers point out. Booth space pro-
ceeds will be donated towards
art scholarships for area high
school students.
The last event raised about
$700, Berry notes.
Hotdogs, popcorn and other
refreshments will also be avail-
able for purchase.
Organizers plan to offer
participants the chance to pick
up a piece of art for a $1 dona-
tion.
An Art Affair happens
Saturday, 9 a.m. to 4; and
Sunday, 11 a.m. to 4 at PJC's
Life Center. Organizers note
that plenty of parking should be
available for visitors.


The Imogene Little
Theatre, Inc.
Opens its 2005 season
with the delightful pro-
duction of Murray
Schisgal's romantic
comedy, "LUV", as


directed
Leonard.


Continued From Page One.
day," notes Stephanie
McDonald of Milton. "I had
three items and had to ask for
help five times. There were a lot
of problems. I'd rather wait in
line. I hit my arm on the scan-
ner and it said I had an incorrect
item," she smiles.
Sherry Lassiter, support
manager for Wal-mart in charge
of the store's front end says,
"The people who enjoy these
machines the most are the ones
who only have a few items."
Dean Odom of Pensacola
agrees. He had two items. He
enjoyed his experience. "I used
it because there wasn't a line,"
he said. In fact, he had used the
machine earlier in the day and
returned for a second hit early
that afternoon.
As customers scan items,
the machine instructs them to
place the item in the bag. The
bag sits atop a scale which
weighs the item to make sure
what was placed in the bag
matches what was scanned. The
result of the extra step? A little
extra time.
"Customers with a lot of
items think it will be faster, but
because it weighs things, it can
be a bit slower (on a purchase
of many items.)"
That's one reason Lassiter
says the machines are a unique
time saver for those with just an
item or two. "The cashiers are
gradually getting into it" she
notes. "We had some cashiers
so excited they were getting
their names in early for the
training."
While the concept is new to
the Pace/Pea-Ridge Wal-mart, it
isn't new to the chain. Such


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facilities have been tried in
other cities and proved quite
popular.
"In the end," says Lassiter,
"the machines will gradually
build their own customer
base...all on their own."
Some people think the
machines will be taking jobs
from cashiers, but Pace/Pea-
Ridge Wal-mart Manager
Jimmy Cross says that isn't so.
"With our growth at this
store," he observes, "I can't
think of anything, that would
ever cause us to have fewer
associates. Almost every day,
we are looking new people."
The Pace/Pea Ridge store
consistently stays atop Wal-
mart's list of top producing
spots. In fact, Cross says he just
returned from Bentonville, Ark.
(Wal-mart's headquarters)
where the local store was again
named Store of the Year.
The new checkout lanes are
extremely high-tech, notes
Cross. "I don't know what they
cost. I know they are expen-
sive."
But, keeping up with cus-
tomer demands can be chal-
lenging and the additional
checkout lanes are designed to
give fast-paced customers
another option.
Will people try to abuse or
take advantage of checking
themselves out?
Cross doesn't think so.
"We don't have a big prob-
lem with shoplifters," he notes.
"The customers in this area are
extremely honest. We have
65,000 to 72,000 transactions a
week and only five or six
shoplifters."
The new checkout facilities


Performances are
February 17-19, 2005 @
7:30 p.m. and February
20, 2005 @ 2:30 p.m. at
the Imogene Theatre
located, at 6860 Caroline
Street. in downtown
Milton (across from the
county courthouse.)


are part of a $1.5 to $2-million
renovation project at the store.
"It began," notes Cross, "on
January 4 and should be com-
plete around April 4. When fin-
ished, it's going to be a whole
new look and will be like brand
new."
The remodel has caused
some things to be temporarily
"moved around" in the store. As
crews would get ready to place
new floor tiles in one area, the
items there would have to be
temporarily moved to another
location so the tiles could be
laid. After the tiles are down,
the items return to their old
location.
"We won't be moving any-
thing permanently," notes
Cross. "Everything will come
back to its original spot." Most
of the renovation work at the
front of the store has now been
completed.
And what about all those
rumors of a new Wal-mart
around Whiting Field?
Cross has heard those
rumors, too. "I'm as curious as
anyone else," he says. "But I
really have no idea. There's cer-
tainly a place for it. It would
take some of the load off this
store and allow us to better take
care of our customers."

Play
Continued From Page One.
aptly met by Sargent and
McHenry, officials note.
The action takes place in
1935 during the Depression Era
in London with a husband and
wife trying to have each other
assassinated- A brother insti-
gates all of this bloody confu-
sion so that he can claim the
family fortune.... or, so he
thinks.
The cost of the evening's
entertainment is $15 per person.
There will be a variety of hors"
d'oeuvres, desserts and bever-
ages. Benefits will go to the
American Cancer Society's
Relay For Life. Seating is lim-
'ited. Tickets are available at the
front desk of the Santa Rosa
Medical Center. For additional
information, call 626-5044 or
626-5113.


Fm tem Great Selection Great Prices


S'J'Y :- Sale Begins

/ i_ Saturday, January 22

8:30- 4:00 pm


Dear Parents, Grandparents, and Friends:
In recent years my hobby of growing plants, shrubs, and trees has
developed into an opportunity to sell these plants in order to provide
some support to the Gospel Projects YAC Programs. The last three
years we were able to provide a total of $4,800 to the programs.


For the next few Saturdays, I will be selling from my yard located at
5690 Meadowlark Circle from 8:30- to 4:00 p.m. You can get into my
yard directly from the ball fields also. This will begin Saturday,
January 22nd, the Lord and the weather permitting.


Plants are priced uaually lower than the retail stores, and I try to
specialize in old fashioned items. Some things are limited in number,
so come early for full choices. I will also be available for sales on the
week days by appointment or when you can catch me at home.
(No sales on Sunday)
Yours For Our Youth,
Dayton Hobbs


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Gym Dedication

: On Friday, January 28, 2005, the new MHS gym was dedicated. Many guests were
on hand including Superintendent John Rogers who help the Panther's re-open the
gym after Hurricane Ivan destroyed it. The basketball, soccer and girl's weightlifting
teams were recognized at this Pep rally, there were free-throw competitions between
the basketball teams and faculty and a spirit competition between the classes.
The gym looks great! Thank you to all who made it possible!


Outstanding Seniors!


The girl's basketball team being recognized at the pep
rally.


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.The classes competed in a sign competition at the Pep
* Rally. The Junior Class had the winning sign which says it
all!! ."There's No Place Like Home!"


The IV Cheerleaders are happ\ to be back in the
Panther Den!!


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Coach Mike McMillion introduces the girl's weightlifting
team. There were 12 MHS girls that competed in the Girl's
Regional Weight meet in Niceville last week. Six qualified
for the State Weight Meet. They are: Kourlne, Kabel,
Talayana Neely, Missy McMillion, Amie McMillion, Alicia
Burnett and Amanda Hollinghead. They will be lifting on
F bruary 12th!


Class Competition Brain
Brawl Senior Class Won
Festi\al Day #2. Tuesday. Dec. 14
Social Studies Jeopardy
1st place Mr. Richards Class
Austin Hatfield
John Andre
Doug Custer

2nd place Mr. Diamond's Class
Ray Lunch
Joey Jardine
Creasie Heath


3rd place Mr. Bryan's class
Spencer A ndrade
Chris Watkins
Godfrey Padgett

4th place Mr. Gillis's class
Mike GernmeU
Theresa Kemp
Samantha Nicely
Festival day #3 Wed. Dec. 15
Math Tournament
Ist Place
Alg. IA Jackson 3rd period with 19 points
Alg. 1 Peacher 2nd period with 27 points
Geometry Rhodes Ist period with 27 points
Algebra FI Worrell 1st period with 16 points
Trigonometry Wales with 19 points


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On Friday, Jan. 28th the Outstanding Senior Bov and Girl was announced.
Each year the faculty votes for the one senior boy and girl they think should
receive this honor. This year there was a tie for the Outstanding Girl
between Julie McCool and Lindsey Winkles. Outstanding Senior Boy is
Andrew Barrow. Pictured L-R back row: Assistant Principal Brian Noack,
Principal Lewis Lynn, Curriculum Coordinator Gloria Gibson. L-R front
row: Assistant Principal Danny Retherford, Senior sponsor Jan Flores,
Lindsey Winkles, Andrew Barrow, lulie McCool, Senior guidance counselor
Rhonda Chavers.
/ Important Phone Numbers


for MHS
Main Office:
983-5600; Main Office
Fax 983-5610
Guidance: 983-5609
Guidance Fax: 983-5618:
Attendance :983-5608
Attendance Ans.
Machine-983-5658
Band: 983-5611
Weight Room: 983-5606:
Chorus: 983-5613:
M. Rutledge: 983-5616
Athletic Fax:983-5614
or visit us at
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2nd Place
AJg. IA Reed 1st period with S1 points
Alg. 1 Peacher 3rd period with 24 points
Geometry Rbodes 4th period with 26 points
Algebra II Allen 3rd with 15 points
Trigonometry Short with 16 points

3rd Place
Alg. IA Chism 4th period %with 16 points
Algebra I Peacher 1st period with 20 points
Geometry Gambrell 3rd period with 20 points
Algebra IJ Allen 2nd period with 12 points
Trigonometry Davenport with 15 points
Festival Day #4 Thursday, Dec. 15
Spelling Bee
Winners
1st period Walter Sanborn
2nd period Joey Ruinato
3rd period Mirando Sizemore
4th period Schulyer Silva

Spelling Bee Finals
Overall MHS Winner Walter Sanborn

Chess Tourney Finals
Overall MHS Winner Seth Moorman

Festival Day #5 Friday, Dec. 17
Class Competition Mind Bender
1st place Ms. Anderson's class
2nd place Mrs. McMath's class
3rd place Linda Sanborn's class


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Business Review



Excitement soars:


Page 9-A


Senior Expo/Health Fair


's


rescheduled date


of February 24th approaches


By OBIE CRAIN
Special Projects Writer

When Hurricane Ivan put
the brakes on the 2004 Senior
Expo and Health Fair last
September, there were a great
many bewildered and disap-
pointed seniors, vendors and
senior services providers, and
RSVP (Retired and Senior
Volunteer) program planners
who had invested literally
months preparing for the event.
But you know what?
Instead of throwing in the towel
and calling it quits, the sponsor-
ing agencies regrouped,
reviewed their challenge, and
tackled the task of putting the
event together again with a
renewed sense of urgency and


met the challenge head on:.
Within a month a new date had
been set and plans for a newly
revamped event had been set in
motion.
"Approximately 40 busi-
nesses and over 20 service
organizations will be repre-
senting their products and serv-
ices of interest to our area sen-
iors, plus the Health Fair will
offer about a dozen important
health screenings," Mitch
points out.
All these vendors and serv-
ice providers will fill the gym-
nasium of the Milton
Community Center where
tables of exhibits, brochures,
products, and samples (plus an
assortment of give-a-ways) will
be conveniently spaced for sen-


its presentation, Committee
Vice Chairman Brenda Roland,
executive director of the RSVP
organization, had only praise
for everyone's effort. "I
applaud the work of all the ded-
icated people who have done
such a fine job," she said.
Mary Bruce, the RSVP
Volunteer Coordinator, perhaps
best characterized the event in
her evaluation of it. "It gives
the seniors of the area an
opportunity to find out what
various vendors and other pro-
fessionals in the area have to.
offer them," she said, "and it
also gives them the opportunity
to get some free health screen-
ing done. But by and large, it
gives them the opportunity to
get out, visit with one another,
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There are many opportunities to win gifts and door prizes


purpose.
Results? A bigger and bet-
ter Annual Senior Expo with an
anticipated 2000 guests eagerly
awaiting the rescheduled event
that's set to take. place,
Thursday, February 24, 2005 at
-the Milton Community Center,
5629 Byrom Street in Milton.
The senior focused, day
long event is being jointly
sponsored, by the RSVP
Program of Santa Rosa County
and the Santa Rosa Medical
Center, the second time the two
organizations have teamed up
to celebrate and share the talent
and natural resources of the
area in this most spectacular
fashion.
Members of the RSVP
Senior Expo Committee 'have
worked tirelessly to insure that
all the acti cities to be offered
are top quality and of the high-
est professional caliber.,
Chaired by Mitch Bunch,
executive director of the
Forsyth House Assisted Living
Facility, the committee began
finalizing arrangements last
August for a September extrav-
aganza. Then along came
Hurricane Ivan the morning of
September 16, 2004, the day
the event was scheduled to take
place, and completely over-
whelmed all established plans.
But all parties rebounded.
reviewed their resources, and


iors to e aluate.
Health screenings will
include cholesterol, diabetes,
bone derisitN. blood pressure.
nutrition, physical therapy. pul-
monary, phannacy, and more!
And did we mention enter-
tainment? It includes all-day
bingo sessions sponsored by
Bingo Magic, and a variety of
live performance5'by'Bells of
St. Rose, Senior Strutters,
Pensacola Fads. and much,
much more.
, Breakfast and lunch items
will be a% ailable at very reason-
able prices at the snack bar,
along with a variety of Pepsi
products. complements of
Buffalo Rock.
But definite] not least of
all, oler 100 door prizes \ ill be
given out hourly to lucky \%in-
ners. That's an interesting phe-
nomenon in itself!
Ample parking is available,
and handicapped % visitors may
unload right at the front door.
With scores of volunteers mamn-
ning the building and grounds
to assist seniors or other guests
who may be physically chal-
lenged, transportation will not
be a problem., In addition, cour-
tesy carts will operate in the
parking lot all day.
And there is no admission
charge. It's free to the public.
. In evaluating the work of
the committee responsible for


and have fun doing it!"
Both the RSVP Program
and Santa Rosa Medical Center
are senior focused:and share the,
overview of how valuable sen-
iors are, as a natural resource
here. And Pete Gandy, Santa
Rosa Medical Center CEO,
continues to show an extraordi-
nary willingness to have the
Medical Center actively partic-
ipate in the activity.
"The mission of the hospi-
tal is to improve the health and
quality of life in our communi-
ty," Gandy said. "Our vision is
to be the hospital of choice
where patients choose to come
for their health care needs,
where quality physicians
choose to practice, and where
compassionate and caring'
employees and volunteers:
choose to work."
Local physicians and health
care professionals offer com-
munity health seminars and lec-
tures on \arious health care
topics. Health fairs and screen-
ings are offered by the medical
center's health care staff to
inform the community of well-
ness programs, preventive care,
new technology, and -current
developments in the field of
medicine.
"Santa Rosa Medical
Center is a proud sponsor of the
Medical Education Center at
the Pensacola Junior College


Warrington Campus and active-
ly participates as a training site-
for third and fourth year med-
ical students at Florida State
University School of
Medicine," Gandy says.
"In order to better serve the
needs of, our community,, we
continue to support'the Medical
staff b) making improvements
to hospital services," Gandy
continued. "The goal of Santa
Rosa Medical Center is to pro-
vide you with the finest in per-
sonal service, courtesy, respect,
and a total satisfying experi-
ence."
And as, for the Senior
Expo/Health Fair? "We are
delighted to be a major sponsor
for the Seventh Annual Senior
Expo/Health Fair on Thursday,
February 24," he said. "I
encourage you to take advan-
tage of this educational oppor-
tunity and of the resources
available in our area."
The event has been
planned, developed, and now
executed for your benefit, sen-
iors! Those who have; put so
many extra hours into fine tun-
ing it hope that it will meet your
expectations and satisfaction.
S Mark February 24 on your
calendar as the day you've set
aside to visit the Senior
Expo/Health Fair. Plan for
some fun and.games, \ visit % ith
your neighbors, absorb some
valuable information, and get
yourself checked out for a host
of important "ailments."
And if Mother Nature
cooperates, it could be one of
the sunniest days (attitude
wise) of your year!


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Ask 'Ole

Chief'



"This is a follow-on ques-
tion Chief. Can I still send
pre-paid phone cards to
Walter Reed Medical Center
for our Wounded?

Well, I got a recent E-mail
on this subject. In general
terms, it says that they, Walter
Reed Medical Center has been
overwhelmed by the response
both they and National Naval
Medical Center (both in
Washington, DC, area) have
received. They've run out of
space to store the CD/DVD
players, quilts, clothing, toi-
letries, food, and phone cards.
The hospitals have asked the
public to hold off until March
to send additional items. Those
wishing to give today should
follow the suggestion being
supplied by the hospitals. Send
funds to two other D.O.D.
organizations. Funds will be
used to help offset costs to
family members needs such as
travel and living expenses.
Contribution information is
on web sites:
'\ .d ftai.junicri..m.nn and
V., '".\ Admnil I c .i .Lpp rti t'. n, ul.
"Chief, is it too late to file
for a hearing disability ?"
It's NEVER too late to file
for service connected compen-
sation. Any injury, illness, or
disease that can be directly
related to one's military service
should be service connected.
Just yesterday I assisted a
WWII veteran get his hearing
loss service connected (40%)
and his military medical
records were burned in the fire
in St..Louis, Mo., back in 1973.
Lots of WWII and Korean
.Conflict (War) vets are now
getting serviced connected
compensation. This is due to
two things: (1) new VA guide-
lines and (2) better medical
diagnostics.
Remember, to service con-
nect a disability that occurred
over 50 years ago does not hap-
pen in 4 or 5 months. It will
take 12-18 months or more.
The most important thing to
know is that the disability must
have been present for the past
50 years. The burden of proof
of this fact is the responsibility
of the veteran not the VA.


A foot-stompi


time


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Locals- gather downtown for music on Saturday nights


By JOSHUA WILKS
Press Gazette Staff Writer
Gathered in a circle in the
parlor of an old house in down-
town Milton, a group of local
musicians gather every
Saturday night for a foot-
stompin' good time.
The building, a house built
before 1900, or as most locals
know as "the old funeral home,"
is the gathering place for the
weekly music get-together.
Within its walls music of
long-ago days reverberates.
The music includes gospel,
bluegrass, blues, old-time coun-
try, and shape note music.
It is here where a group
of 10 to 15 musicians show up
weekly and have essentially
created a house band, dubbed
the "Gang Gig." And every-
one-musician or not-is wel-
come.
It's the kind of Saturday
night that makes people
talk....and sing.
"It's the highlight of my
week," says guitarist Cristy
McElroy. "It's just a lot of fun."
McElroy, of Milton, didn't
grow up on the music like most
in the group. A native of
'Minnesota, she has learned the
tunes from. others in the
group...like Al Frank.
Frank, of Cantonment,
plays the washtub bass, guitar
and mandolin.
"I just made it and started
playing it," Frank says about his
homemade washtub bass.
Fr ank. \ho plae s in a gospel
group at other times, made the
instrument about two years ago.
The music is just as sweet to


the one who's making it all hap-
pen. Cindy Coulter-Booth, the
owner of the building and
antique store, Camelot Junction
Antiques, says it feels like she is
opening her home for everyone
to .have a good time.
"We want people to feel
comfortable," Booth said.
"When people come in, I want
them to feel at home."
Booth and store manager
Francis Williard wanted to cap-
ture the spirit of an old music
night, where friends bring
instruments and sing together.
"They play for fun." .saN.
Williard. "They learn from each
other and just ha\e a great
time."
The group originally played
at Reveille's Coffee House, but
when it closed, the group was
invited to play at Camelot
Junction.
Booth says when the weath-
er warms up, the music will
probably move outside to the
patio.
For now, the sounds of
good-time music beat strong
and pure in Milton, especially
downtown on Saturday nights.
The group says anyone with
an interest to participate is wel-
come. The music is free, but
donations are accepted for
refreshments.
The music lasts from 6 until
9 p.m. every Saturda night at
Camelot Junction Antiques,
located at the comer of Willing
and Berrnhill Streets (5243
Willing St.), in; downtown-
Milton.
Story riiuen b' Joshua
Wilks. Reach hun aI:
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ABOVE: Al Frank, Pensacola, strums the guitar while Charlie Bradshatw, Milton, picks Ie ishltub bass
to the tune of an old counItr song Salurday night.
BELOW: Sandra Sisk and Brian Wallen, both of Milton, perform a song written b\ W'allen, inspired bi
his son's experiences while stationed in Iraq.


Press Gazette Photos by Joshua Wilks


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February is
Family against
Addiction Month
Drug addiction can leave an
individual feeling helpless and
out of control, especially if you
are the family member or friend
of an addict.
Narconon Arrowhead can
help. Narconon offers free
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Ordinance Review
Committee to meet
The City of Milton's
Ordinance Review Committee


will meet on Wednesday,
February 16, 2005 at 9:00 a.m.
in Conference Room B at
Milton City Hall, 6738 Dixon
Street. For further information
on the meeting, contact the City
Manager's Office at 983-5411.

Group Donates
Hats & Blankets
The Secret Sister Group of
Ladies a crochet craft group,
recently donated baby hats and
some blankets to the Santa Rosa
Medical Center.
The Secret Sister Group of
Ladies is made up of members
from all over the United States
who enjoy the art of crochet.
The leader, Barbara Daily,
matches people up to work
together on different projects
each month. Sometimes these
items are made for donation,


such as the hats and blankets
mentioned above, other times
they make them as gifts to each
other.
If you are interested in more
information about this group
you may contact Barbara at hta-


Divorce Recovery
Workshop
Christ United Methodist
Church will be hosting a nonde-
nominational eight-week
divorce recovery workshop
beginning February 23, 2005.
The workshop will be held on
Wednesday evenings at 6:15
with activities provided for chil-
dren of all ages. To ensure
enough materials for all atten-
dees reservations are requested.
For more information please
call 623-0614 or 623-8820.


Morning Glory
Circle to Meet
The Morning Glory Circle
will meet Thursday, February
10th at 9:00 a.m. in the First
United Methodist Church, 6819
Berryhill Street, Milton, FL.
Hostesses are Aileen Clarke,
Carol Humphrey, Anna
Frutchey-Farmer, Mary Hayles,
Linda Kennedy, and Ruth Larys.
Emily Peterson from Garden
Gate Nursery will present the
program.
Marsha Gentile and Sonya
Robinson have prepared tickets
for LUCK OF THE IRISH
event on Friday, March 11,
2005 at 10:00 a.m. at the First
Methodist Church, 6819
Berryhill Street, Milton, FL.
There will be a silent auction,
door prizes, music and great


desserts. Watch for publicity
and plan to come win!

Kmart
holds low cost
health screenings
Cholesterol Screening will
be held at Kmart located at 6050
Highway 90 in Milton Thursday
February 17th to Saturday
February 19th from 10:00 a.m.
until 5:00 p.m.
Other available tests include
Diabetes, Liver Function, H.
Pylori, Thyroid, PSA, and
Hemoglobin Alc. Most results
are available on site.



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Allen,
Hampton Eugene
1922 -2005
Hampton Eugene Allen, age
82, of Milton, passed away on
Sunday morning, February 6,
2005 in a local hospital.
Mr. Allen. was born in
Milton, FL, September 18,
1922. He was retired from the
U.S. Air Force with 20 years of
service, and also retired from
The State of Florida Division
of Corrections.
Mr. Allen is survived by his


wife of over 48 years-Lovie
Allen of Milton; his sister-
Mabel Henderson of Milton;
numerous nieces, nephews and
cousins.
Funeral services for Mr.
Allen will be held at 11 a.m.,
Wednesday, February 9, 2005
at the Lewis Funeral Home in
Milton with Rev. Fred Rogers
officiating.
Burial will follow in the
Milton Cemetery with Lewis
Funeral Home directing.
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Fagan,
William (Bill) H.
Mr. William (Bill) H.
Fagan, age 67, of Fort Payne,
AL, formerly of Milton, FL,
died Tuesday, February 1,
2005.
He is survived by his wife--
Elizabeth (Betty) Fagan of Fort
Payne, AL;, sons-David
(Angie) Fagan of Daphne, AL,
Sean (Kim) Fagan of Milton,
FL; daughter-Cheryl (Chris)
Powell of Milton, FL; sisters-
Patricia (Carroll) Morse of
Kents Store, VA; Sandra
.(Thomas) Worth of Port
Charlotte, FL; and 11 grand-
children-Michael, Melissa,
Caitlin, Dillan, Sean Ryan and
Allyson Fagan; Christopher
and Stephen Powell;
Christopher and Aaron
Dominey and Austin Hopkins.
A memorial service was
held on Monday, February 7,
2005 at Wilson Funeral Home
in Fort Payne, AL.


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McArthur,
Cora Lee
1906-2005
Cora Lee died peacefully on
the evening of January 30th
while at the home of her
daughter, Millie Gintz, in
Torrance, CA.
She was a native Floridian
bom in Santa Rosa County, liv-
ing most of her life in Jay,
Florida. Cora Lee spent her life
farming alongside her late hus-


band, Frank McArthur, who
passed away in 1990. Gifted as
an exceptional cook, quilter,
seamstress, gardener and farm
accountant she was an invalu-
able asset to her family and
community. She was always
found helping and supporting
family, friends and neighbors.
She was dearly loved by all.
Cora Lee was preceded in
death by her daughter, Dorothy
Wilber, in 1994 and Millie's
late husband, Phil Gintz, in
1975.


Cora Lee is survived by her
daughter- Millie Gintz, grand-
children- Karen Nelson,
Charles Gintz and David Gintz,
Son-in-law- Wayne Wilber,
grandchildren- Michael Wilber,
Susan Farley and Julia
Enfinger. She has 15 great-
grandchildren.
Services were held
Saturday, February 5, 2005 at
the Community of Christ
Church. Foster and Betty
Preston officiated.


Teacher of the Year award deadline nears


Meriden, CT-January 25,
2005-Teachers' InsuranceTM,
an auto insurance program
exclusively for educators,
announced that time is running
out' to nominate the Florida
"Teacher of the Year" for
2004-2005. The award will
include $1,000 to the winning
teacher in the state and a $500
grant to that teacher's school.
The. state winner will. also be
eligible for the National Award
that includes a special recogni-


tion and a $2,500 travel certifi-
cate.
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nomination forms can be found
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Locklin named to Deans List


SEARCY, Ark. Heidi
Locklin of Milton is among the
995 Harding University stu-
dents included on the school's
Deans List for grades achieved
during the fall semester at the
University.
The Deans List is published
each semester by Dr. Larry


Long, vice president for aca-
demic affairs, honoring those
who have achieved high schol-
arship. To be eligible, a student
must be carrying 12 or more
hours and have an average
scholarship level of 3.65 mini-
mum.
Locklin is a sophomore


majoring in early childhood
education.
Harding had a record enroll-
ment this year of more than
S5,600 students from 50 states
and 46 foreign countries. It is
the largest private university in
Arkansas and also has campuses
in Australia, Chile, England,
Greece and Italy. Plans are
underway for a sixth interna-
tional campus, in France.


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Wednesday Februar 5


I The Santa Rosa Press Gazette


Legals


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
FOR SANTA ROSA COUNTY,
FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
File No.: 57-2005-CP-20
Division: PROBATE
ti' RE: ESTATE OF
RALPH LEROY DEMACY
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
The administration of the
estate of RALPH LEROY
DEMACY, deceased, whose
date of death was August 5,
2004, is pending in the Circuit
Court for Santa Rosa County,
Florida, Probate Division, the
address of which is 6495
Caroline Street, Milton, FL
32572. 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 FILED
WITHIN THE TIME PERIODS
SET FORTH IN SECTION
733.702 OF THE FLORIDA
PROBATE CODE WILL BE
FOREVER BARRED. ,
NOTWITHSTANDING THE
TIME PERIODS SET FORTH
ABOVE, ANY CLAIMS FILED
TWO (2) YEARS OR MORE
AFTER THE DECEDENT'S
DATE OF DEATH IS
BARRED.
The date of first publication is


February 2, 2005.
Attorney for
Representative:
/s/ KENNETH R. FO
Kenneth R. Fountain
Attorney for Grace M
Florida Bar No. 0048
2045 Fountain Pr
Ct., Suite A
Navarre, Florida 325
Telephone: (850) 93E
Personal Represents
/s/ GRACE M. DE M
Grace M. De Macy
6623 Water Street
Navarre, Florida 325
020205
020905
1174
IN THE CIRCUIT
FOR SANTA ROSA
FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
File No.: 57-2005-C
Division: PROBATE
IN RE: ESTATE OF
LEE ROY BROWNIE
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDIT


The administration
estate of LEE ROY 8
ING, deceased, whose
death was August 7,
pending in the Circuit
Santa Rosa County,
Probate Division, the
of which is 6495
Street, Milton, Florida
The names and addr
the personal repres
and the personal rep
tive's attorney are s
below.
All creditors of the d
and other persons
claims or demands
decedent's estate on
copy of this notice is
to be served must
claims with this court
THE LATER OF 3 M
AFTER THE TIME I
FIRST PUBLICATIC
THIS NOTICE OR 3
AFTER THE DATE C


VICE OF A COPY OF THIS
NOTICE ON THEM.
Personal All other creditors of the dece-
dent and other persons having
claims or demands against
'UNTAIN decedent's estate must file
their claims with this court
I. De Macy WITHIN 3 MONTHS AFTER
8569 THE DATE OF THE FIRST
ofessional PUBLICATION OF THIS
NOTICE.
566 ALL CLAIMS NOT SO FILED
9-3535 WILL BE FOREVER
BARRED.
alive: NOTWITHSTANDING THE
TIME PERIOD SET FORTH
AACY ABOVE, ANY CLAIMS FILED
TWO (2) YEARS OR MORE
AFTER THE DECEDENT'S
566 DATE OF DEATH IS
BARRED.
The date of first publication of
this notice is February 2, 2005.
Attorney for Personal
COURT Representative:
COUNTY,
/S/ KENNETH R. FOUNTAIN
N Kenneth R. Fountain
P-5 Attorney for Alice A. Browning
Florida Bar No. 0048569
FOUNTAIN LAY FIRM, P.A.
2045 Fountain Professional
Ct., Suite A
NG Navarre, Florida 32566
Telephone: (850) 939-3535


Personal Representative:
ORS
/s/ALICE A. BROWNING
of the Alice A. Browning
BROWN- 8729 Sandpine Drive
e date of Navarre, Florida 32566
2004, is
Court for 020205
Florida, 020905
address 1/75
Caroline
a 32570. PUBLIC NOTICE
esses of SALE OF PROPERTY
tentative
presenta- Notice is hereby given that the
set forth Santa Rosa County Board of
County Commissioners will
decedent receive sealed bids for the pur-
having chase of property located in
against the Santa Rosa County
whom a Industrial Park. Approximately
required, two (2) acres of land located

file their as depicted on the map avail-.
WITHIN able at the Santa Rosa County
VIONTHS Board of County
OF THE Commissioners Office, 6495
ON OF Caroline Street, Milton, Florida
0 DAYS 32570. Telephone (850) 983-
)F SER- 1877.


The use of said land will be
limited to industrial/heavy com-
mercial use with the employ-
ment of a minimum number of
5 employees, pay a minimum
of 150% of the County's aver-
age wage rate, and have capi-
tal investment of $500,000 or
more at time of closing.
All bids must be in writing and
delivered by hand, Fed Ex, or
mail to the Santa Rosa County
Procurement Department,
6495 Caroline Street, Suite G,
Milton, Florida, 32570; and
must be received by 10:00
a.m., February 22, 2005, at
which time bids will be opened
and read aloud. All interested
parties are invited to attend.
Bids are to be sealed and
plainly labeled "BID SALE
OF 2 ACRES". Bids received
after the time set for the bid
opening will be rejected and
returned unopened to the bid-
der.
Santa Rosa County will retain
the right of first refusal in the
event the property is sought to
be sold. Santa Rosa County
reserves the right to negotiate
a higher sales price with the
highest responsive bidder.
Santa Rosa County reserves
the right to award more than
one bid if it determines such to
be in the best interest of Santa
Rosa County.
Each bidder will submit a mini-
mum of $500.00 earnest
money deposit which will be
non refundable should such
bidder be awarded the pur-
chase. The deposit will be
credited against the purchase
amount.
Santa Rosa County reserves
the right to waive informalities
in bids with or without cause,
to reject all bids, or to accept
the bid that it determines to be
in the best interest of the
County.
Each bidder making a pur-
chase proposal agrees that if it
is awarded the bid, it will enter
into a purchase agreement
described herein within thirty


days of the bid event. The pur-
chase agreement may be
assigned by the successful
bidder to an assignee
approved by Santa Rosa
County at the County's sole
discretion.
By order of the Board of
County Commissioners of
Santa Rosa County, Florida.
020205
020905
1/76
PUBLIC NOTICE
SALE OF PROPERTY
Notice is hereby given that the
Santa Rosa County Board of
County Commissioners will
receive sealed bids for the pur-
chase of property located in
the Santa Rosa County
Industrial Park. Approximately
fifteen (15) acres of land locat-
ed as depicted on the map
available at the Santa Rosa
County Board of County
Commissioners Office, 6495
Caroline Street, Milton, Florida
32570. Telephone (850) 983-
1877.
The use of said land will be
limited to industrial/heavy com-
mercial use with the employ-
ment of a minimum number of
5 employees, pay a minimum
of 150% of the County's aver.
age wage rate, and have capi-
tal investment of $500,000 or
more at time of closing.
All bids must be in writing and
delivered by hand, Fed Ex, or
mail to the Santa Rosa
County Procurement
Department, 6495 Caroline
Street, Suite G, Milton,
Florida, 32570; and must be
received by 10:00 a.m.,
February 22, 2005, at which
time bids will be opened and
read aloud. All interested par-
ties are invited to attend.
Bids are to be sealed and
plainly labeled "BID SALE
OF 15 ACRES." Bids received
after the time set for the bid
opening will be rejected and
returned unopened to the bid-
dar.


Santa Rosa County will retain
the right of first refusal in the
event the property is sought to
be sold. Santa Rosa County
reserves the right to negotiate
a higher sales price with the
highest responsive bidder.
Santa Rosa County reserves
the right to award more than
one bid if it determines such to
be in the best interest of Santa
Rosa County.
Each bidder will submit a mini-
mum of $500.00 earnest
money deposit which will be
non refundable should such
bidder be awarded the pur-
chase. The deposit will be
credited against the purchase
amount.
Santa Rosa County reserves
the right to waive informalities
in bids with or without cause,
to reject all bids, or to accept
the bid that it determines to be
in the best interest of the
County.
Each bidder making a pur-
chase proposal agrees that if it
is awarded the bid, it will enter
into a purchase agreement
described herein within thirty
days of the bid event. The pur-
chase agreement may be
assigned by the successful
bidder to an assignee
approved by Santa Rosa
County at the County's sole
discretion.
By order of the Board of
County Commissioners of
Santa Rosa County, Florida.
020205
020905
1/77
INVITATION TO BID,
The Escambia County School
Readiness Coalition, Inc.
announces that it is
requesting proposals for
school readiness services in
Escambia County to
which all persons are invited
to bid. The proposal will be
released on
January 27, 2005.
The Escambia County School
Readiness Coalition is solicit-
ing proposals for I


school readiness services for
a one-year contract with
options to renew on a
year-to-year basis for an addi-
tional two years. The service
period covered
by the Request for Proposals
is July 2005 through June
2008. Services will
,be funded through federal,
state and local allocations.
Providers must meet
state and federal criteria for
early education and care serv-
ices. Proposals
are being solicited in six com-
ponents: School Readiness
Eligibility, Early Childhood
Nursing Services, School
Readiness Provider Support
Services, Child Evaluation,
Safety Net Transportation
Coordination, and Community
School Readiness Support.
Proposals
may be submitted for any or
all of the service components.
Contracts of approximately $2
million total will be awarded
with services to
begin July 1, 2005.
To request a copy of the
Request for Proposals or for
additional information,
contact the Diane Hutcherson,
Executive Director, Escambia
County School
Readiness Coalition, 3636-D
North "L" Street, Suite A,
Pensacola, FL 32505,
(850) 595.5400 or fax (850)
595.5405.

020905
020905
2/89


INVITATION TO BID Sealed
Bids will be received from
Pre-Qualified Contractors by
the Santa Rosa County
School Board, at the Office of
the Assistant Superintendent
for Administrative Services,
6544 Firehouse Road,
Upstairs Conference Room
(Maintenance Building) 850-
983-5123, Milton, Florida, until
2:00 p.m. Local Time,
Tuesday, February 22, 2005,
at which time and place all


bids will be publicly opened
and read aloud, For the
Construction of "GULF
BREEZE MIDDLE SCHOOL
HVAC MAINTENANCE -
PHASE II "for the School
Board of Santa Rosa County,
Florida.
Any bids received after clos-
ing will be returned unopened.
All contractors for education-
al facilities are hereby notified
that to be eligible to bid on
school projects they must be
pre-qualified. Contact the
Board at the above address for
information on pre-qualifying.
Documents may be secured
from Schmidt Dell Associates,
Inc., 139 E. Government St.,
Pensacola, Florida 32501
upon a deposit of $100.00 per
set. Deposit will be refunded
provided that plans and speci-
fications are returned in good
order to the Engineer within
seven (7) days after bid date
and, further, provided that the
contractor submits a bona fide
bid.
Bids shall be submitted on
the form supplied by the
Engineer. Each bid must be
accompanied by a Bid Bond in
the, amount of 5% of the base
bid as guarantee that the suc-
cessful bidder will enter Into a
written contract with the Owner
and furnish a 100%
"Performance Bond" and a
100% "Labor and Material
Payment Bond" satisfactory to
the Owner.
The Owner reserves the right
to waive informalities in bid-
ding and reject any and all
bids.
by John W. Rogers,
Superintendent of Schools
020905
021205
021905
2/90
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT IN
AND FOR SANTA ROSA
COUNTY, FLORIDA
FAMILY LAW DIVISION
Case No. 57-04-2037-DR-01-
REG DIV "C"
IN RE: The Former Marriage
of:
Cesar A. Diaz,
Petitioner/Former Husband,


and
Luan B. DIaz,
Respondent/Former Wife.
NOTICE OF ACTION
TO: Luan B. Diaz
A petition to register a Foreign
Judgment has been filed with
regard to the Parenting Plan
Order (FPP) State of
Washington, County of Clark.
The first date of publication will
commence on Feb. 9, 2005
and run four (4) consecutive
weeks. You must file a written
response to the Petition with
the Clerk of this Court on or
before March 9, 2005. A phone
call will not protect you. Your
written response, including the
case number given above and
the names of the parties, must
be filed if you want the Court to
hear your side of the case. If
you do not file your response
on time, you may lose the
case. You may want to call an
attorney right away. If you do
not file your response in time,
you may lose the case. You
may want to call an attorney
right away. If you do not know
an attorney, you may call an
attorney referral service or a
legal aid office (listed in the
phone book). If you choose to
file a written response your-
self, at the same time you file
your written response to the
Court you must also mail or
take a copy of your written
response to the Petitioner's
attorney, T. Sol Johnson,
Esquire, P.O. Box 605, (tempo-
rary physical address of) 6825
Oak Street, Milton, Florida
32572. Clerk's Mailing
Address, P.O. Box 472, Milton,
Florida 32572, Attention:
Family Law.
CLERK OF COURT
CIRCUIT COURT SEAL
By: Ryan N. Novak
Deputy Clerk
020905
021605
022305
030205
2191


Local young lady competes for the Miss Pre-Teen Pensacola title


Veronica Alice Fretwell of
Milton was recently selected to
participate in Nationals' *2005
Miss Pre-Tee n Pensacola pag-
eant competition that will take
place on February 27, 2005.
Veronica learned of her accept-.
ance into this year's competition
as Nationals, Inc. announced
their selections on Monday after-
noon. Veronica submitted an
application and took part in' an
interview session that was con-
ducted by Patty Neidert, this
year's Pensacola Pageant
Coordinator.
Veronica will be competing
for her share of over $20,000.00
in scholarships, prizes, and spe-
cially gifts that will be distrib-
uted to 6oritestan'ts. Veronica will
be competing in the Miss Pre-


Teen division, one of three divi-
sions that will have young ladies
between the ages of 10.and 19
competing in modeling routines
which include casual wear and
formal wear. Most important,
Veronica will display her person-
ality and interviewing skills
while interviewing with this
year's Pensacola judging panel.
Personality is the number one
aspect that each contestant is
judged on during all phases 'of
competition. "
If Veronica were to win the
title of Miss Pre-Teen Pensacola,.
she would represent Pensacola
and the surrounding communi-
ties at the Cities Of America
NajuLonal Competition that will
take, place in Orlando, Florida.
Over, $60,000.00 in prizes and


awards will be presented at the
National Competition while
each winner enjoys this expense
paid trip of five nights and six
days in Orlando, Florida.
There is no cost to Veronica
for participating in the pageant
competition. Community busi-
nesses, organizations, and pri-
vate individuals will assist
Veronica in participating in this
year's competition by becoming
an official sponsor to her.
Through sponsorship, each con-
testant receives all the necessary
training, rehearsals, and financial
support which will allow
Veronica to become a very confi-
dent and well-prepared contest-
ant in- this year's" Pensacola
Pageant.
. Any business, organization,


or private individual who may be
interested in becoming a sponsor
to Veronica may contact her pag-
eant coordinator, Patty Neidert at
1-800-569-2487.


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Annual Dental Bus Coming Soon at Olivet


Olivet Baptist Church is
preparing for the 9th annual
visit of the Florida Dental Bus,
which provides free dental care
to those who otherwise could
not afford it.
Church officials are accept-
ing donations of: toothpaste (6
oz.), toothbrushes (adult size
only), mouthwash (16 oz.), soap
(standard bath size), bath wash-
cloths and dental floss. The
items will be used to provide a
free personal hygiene kit to all
those who attend.
In years past the bus has
provided nearly $20,000 in free
dental care to Santa Rosa resi-
dents.
In addition to the basic sup-


plies, church officials say they
are still searching for a dentist
willing to offer services for
Wednesday of the bus visit
week. Other days already have
dentists who have volunteered
their time To be eligible for the
free dental work, visitors must
be a resident of Santa Rosa
County and meet state financial
guidelines.
"This is the ninth year the
bus has been at Olivet," says
Olivet Pastor Frankie Godsey,
"and we are honored to be able
to host the Florida Baptist
Convention's dental bus. It will
provide much needed services
to area residents."
"You do not have to be of


the Baptist faith, or a member of ter. Details on registration dates
Olivet," says Godsey. "You and deadlines will be forthcom-
only need to be 18 years of age ing in the next month. For more
and a resident of Santa Rosa information, contact the Olivet
County." But to get the free Baptist Church office at
work, you do have to first regis- 623-2780.


Lenten project turns into an inspiration...


What, started as a Lenten
Project planned for her art stu-
dents inspired a local Gulf
Breeze artist Ardith Coughlin
to complete a 5 foot 6 inch x 4
foot painting of the face of
Christ. Coughlin's intentions
were to first paint the eyes of
Christ so her class could see the
details in painting them and
then work together toward
completion 'of the face.
However, she was so inspired
after completion of the eyes
and the emotion and presence
she found within her work, she
felt compelled to complete the
whole face adding 16" x 20"
canvases after canvases until
she had the entire face in pro-
portion. It took 12 canvases for
her to complete the painting.
The painting, an 8-foot
easel and frame for the painting
and two different stands for it
took Coughlin about two weeks
to complete. Coughlin advised,


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"This painting is such a God
thing. I have also realized the
twelve canvases needed for the
painting represent a very
important number in scripture;
the twelve tribes of Israel and-
the twelve apostles."
The painting is on loan at
St. Ann Catholic Church in
Gulf Breeze. Coughlin advised,
"I would like the painting to be
used by fellow Christians as a
tool for evangelization, teach-
ing, healing and whatever else
God has in store for it. It has
been a humbling and exciting
experience to paint this picture
and I want it to be used the way
Christ would have it used." St.
Ann is located at 100 Daniel
Drive in Gulf Breeze behind
Gulf Breeze High School's
Dolphin Football Stadium. For
more information, please call
Coughlin at (850) 916-0161 or
St. Ann at 932-2859.


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P. L., Pace
Dear P.L., Let me begin by addressing your hypocrisy. You
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bad happens, you create a "god" in your mind, blame "him" for
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Other things, however, like sunamis, earthquakes, floods, etc.,
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Lana is a 2000 graduate
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2004 graduate of the
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PACE

What a Great
Banquet! Each year
they get bigger and bet-
ter. Thanks again to all
of our sponsors, con-
tributors and the
Chamber Staff for mak-
ing the banquet a great,
success. I would also
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banquet the goals we well. Cont
have set for 2005 are as as a spoke
follows: Increase and Pace Corn
improve services to our your help
membership. Support support we
and advertise our busi- these goal:
nesses. Establish fund more. If ai
raisers that not only suggestion
raise funds for our can better
chamber but, also rec- members
ognize our businesses es, please
and promote them as from you.


tinue to serve
sman for our
munity. With
and continued
e can achieve
s and so much
anyone has any
ts on how we
serve our
and business-
let us hear


Executive Director's


As the old saying goes,
"the wait was worth it" is
certainly how we feel
about our Annual Chamber
Banquet. The aftermath of
the storm delayed our
October plans, but on
January 24th we were
finally able to hold our
event. Because of you, our
valued Members, our
sponsors and everyone
who attended, we had our.
largest event, ever. We
offer hearty congratula-
. tions to all of our award
winners. Our heartfelt
thanks go out to everyone


who had any part in mak-
ing our Banquet happen
(see story and photos
inside). Events such as
this raise the monies need-
ed to fund your Chamber
operation and your support
is invaluable. We are plan-
ning our 2005 Annual Golf
Tournament for May 20th.
(See announcement in
newsletter). Make your
plans now for another fun
filled event. We are still
actively offering a year's
Membership free to any of
our members who bring in
five new businesses or


ReportI
individuals to The
Chamber roles. We wel-
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nesses, organizations and
individuals to our
Chamber. Please call 994-
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4430 Highway 90 Suite 1-1
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(850) 995-0068
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nvest@bellsouth.net
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Lester Lawn & Landscape
6300 Billoree Rd.
Pace, FL 32571
850-554-0325
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Landscaping, Ponds,
Christmas
Decorating
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213 East Texar Dr.
Pensacola, FL 32503
850-477-1457
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4430 Hwy. 90, Suite H
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Dawson Stanaland
4821 Friendly St.
Pace, FL 32571
994-0820
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Marine & Small Equipment
Repair


AmSouth Bank
Basket Expressions
BGS Business Services
C & S Signs
Copy Products
Exit Realty NFI Ranae
Stewart
Five Points Small Engine
Repair
Florida Pest Control
Gabby's Flowers and
Gifts
Jill Sport, CPS, PA
Korner Kwik Shop







"That special touch
that means so much"
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5091 Highway 90 Milton
(850) 994-5381
Fax (850) 994-5236
1-800-868-9958


President's Report


Middleton Clothiers
Oops Alley
Pace Self Storage, Inc.
Pace Water Systems, Inc.
Red Roof Inn
Santa Rosa County Fair
Association, Inc.
Sowell Funeral Home
State Farm Insurance
Underwood Anderson &
Associates
VIP Car Wash
Winkles Pharmacy


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Wednesday February 9, 2005


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PACE AREA
CHAMBER
OF COMMERCE
4344 HWY. 90
Pace, Florida 32571
Phone:' 850-994-9633
Fax: 850-994-9577.
Email:
pace chamber@pace chamber.
corn
Website: www.pace chamber.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 Shoffier 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 conjunction
with YOUR Pace Area
Chamber of Commerce.












Wednesday February 9, 2~O5 I The Santa Rosa Press Gazette Page 7-B


Pace Chamber of Commerce


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Business Spotlight


IA

Dan Dangelo is something like a
boomerang: You can throw him
off, but he'll always come back.
That's because Dangelo has a
basic business philosophy when it
comes to selling ads: "No isn't no
every day."
Dangelo, 48, is president and
owner of Emerald Coast
Directories, which publishes the
annual Milton-Pace-Munson-Jay
Telephone Directory. He brought
six years of sales experience from
The Talking Phone Book to his
own business, which was begun in
November 1998 in response to
demands from business owners
and the public.
"The business owners didn't like a


2-county phone book because the
ads were costing them more and
they had to compete with
Escambia County. Many of them
felt like they couldn't draw cus-
tomers-from Pensacola," Dangelo
said.
"And, the public kept saying they
wanted a smaller book because the
2-county books were big and awk-
ward for them."
So, taking those concerns to heart
- and deciding to try something
new Dangelo created the local
telephone book. His goals were to
make it smaller and make it sim-
ple. The book measures 6x9 inch-
es and the layout is simpler than
the larger competitors.


He also changes the outside color
of the book. One year it's blue and
the next it's green.
"I like variety because if you did-
n't change the color of the cover,
you wouldn't know immediately
from one year to the next which
book you had," Dangelo said.
Wanting to help local business
owners get their share of the mar-
ket, Dangelo decided he would
only allow business owners with a
Milton, Pace, Munson, or 1ay tele-
phone number to advertise in his
book.
"I wanted to protect the Santa
Rosa County business owner from
outside competition," he said.
That decision remains intact today.
And, he has done his best to keep
customers who have been with
him from the beginning while also
bringing new ones into the fold.
"I try to offer a good product at a
fair price," Dangelo said.
That's evidenced by the fact that
the number of advertisers in the
Milton-Pace-Munson-Jay
Telephone Directory has increased
each year.
"I believe that's because the local
people want to keep their business
in Santa Rosa County," Dangelo
said.
As a company of one employee,
Dangelo finds himself charging
into the annual ad sales campaign
each January through April with
books arriving for distribution in
mid-June.
"I do all the sales, billing, and
coordinating graphics and print-
ing," Dangelo said. "I love the
sales end because I enjoy talking
with people even though I only
get to talk with some of them once
each year when I check to see if
they're going to be in the upcom-
ing book."
Dangelo moved to Milton from
Erie, Pa., in 1996. He and his sec-
ond wife, Cindy, have four chil-
dren between them. -
"My wife has been a great inspira-
tion in helping m;e fine tune my


product. She has been very sup-
portive and occasionally has sug-
gested an idea. Sometimes we'll
try it. If it works, great. If not,
we'll do something else the next
year."
For instance, a couple years ago,
Dangelo hadn't sold the back
cover of the telephone book.
Cindy suggested if the cover was-
n't sold by publication time, Dan
should have his photograph taken
with their basset hound, Lucy. The
photograph worked and for a long
time afterward, people asked
Dangelo if he was the man who
was with Lucy on the telephone
book.
"That was a fun idea," Dangelo
said, adding that Lucy and he even
participated in the Redneck
Christmas Parade in Chumuckla
and people asked to take photo-
graphs of the dog not Dangelo -
because they'd recognized her
from the phone book.
Unfortunately, the couple's
beloved basset hound died earlier
this year.
Dangelo has approximately 35,000
telephone directories printed annu-
ally. Copies are available at the
Milton and Bagdad post offices,
and Santa Rosa and Pace Area
chambers of commerce. Beginning
this year, they also will be avail-
able at The Ridge Cinema in Pace.
This year's book will see some-
thing new: The front cover has
been sold to a local business
owner who expressed interest in
buying the space.
"I really hadn't given much
thought before this to selling the
front cover, but during my sales
call, he asked if I'd consider sell-
ing it. I thought about it for awhile
and decided again to try some-
thing different," Dangelo said.
The deadline to advertise in this
year's book is April 30. For more
information on advertising, please
contact Dan Dangelo at 983 -
7713.


,^We are looking for

Sponsors for our

Breakfast and

Business After Hours

events. Please call the

Chamber office for

additional information

994-9633

Help Us Help you.


* *** *** .


Each year awards are
*handed out to outstanding
members that have been
nominated for their leader-
ship. This year's awards
went to:
Alan Graham of Alien Heat
for Volunteer of the Year
Cotton Electric / Cotton
Real Estate for.Small
Business of the Year
Gulf Power / Southern
Company for Large
Business of the Year
Mae Cameron of Santa
Rosa Florist for Woman of
the Year
Principal Frank Lay of
Pace High School for Man
of the Year
Milton Newspapers / Press
Gazette and Pace
Assembly of God both
received the Presidents
Award
Commissioner Tom
Stewart for Community
Leader Award
Mike Lewis of Gulf Power
for Past President Award
Charles Sessions for Pace
Pioneer Award
All of the Award recipients
received their awards in
honor'of their hard work
and dedication to the com-
munity.
After the incoming presi-
dent's report,
Commissioner Salter
swore in the newly elected
directors. The newly elect-
ed directors are:


Staff PayrlI
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Warren Austin
Buffalo Rock Pepsi
Bubba Drinkard
Oakleigh Farms
Mae Cameron
Santa Rosa Florist
Mark Cotton
Cotton Electric Company
Jimmy Cross
Wal-Mart #990
Ted Dotson
Pace Water Systems, Inc.
James Hart
Five Points Small Engine
Repair
Mark Locklin
Skyline Outdoor
Communications, Inc.
Margaret Porter
Nationswide Insurance
Agency
Daniel Saba
Locklin Jones, P.A.
Joe Shofner
Joe Shofner, Accountant
C.E. "Eddie" Smith
C.E.S. Promotions
Noel Spurlock
Advanced Dental Concepts
Dan Stewart
Dan Stewart, P.A.


MEM- -- -
Quality Honesty
Fair Prices


4335 Floridatown Rd.,
Pace, FL
994-9915
MV#38125


. Tom Stewart
Stewart Enterprises, Inc.
Wenda Sullivan
Sullivan Family Pharmacy
David Winkles
Winkles Pharmacy
Sandy Wyatt
Southland Builders
After the swearing in of the
directors, the Sawmill band
played for one last time to
give everyone one final
chance to finish their bid-
ding on the silent auction
items. Connie Clark of
Clark's Lock and Safe won
$205,00 from the 50/50
drawing.
Thank you to all that con-
tributed to make our 6th
Annual Banquet the best
ever. Also to the band for
putting on an outstanding
performance, not once but
twice, and to the kitchen
staff for do a wonderful job
on the food. This years is
promised to be one of the
best yet. As always a very
special "Thanks" to Mr. and


Mrs. Sandy Wyatt for all
they do for their Chamber
and for their Community all
year, every year.


Would you
like to
advertise
your
Business or
skill in the
Pace
Chamber
newsletter?
Call Debbie
Coon at 623-
2120 or 393-
3666 for more
details!


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


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(850) 432-3000
3010 North 12th Ave.
Pensacola, FL 32503
Toll Free (888) 782-3325


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I The Santa Rosa Press Gazette


Page 7-B


Wednesday February 9, 2005


MTREE ADVERTISEMENT

OPPORTVNITYI I
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

Area Chamber of

Commerce, Inc.



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tage 8-B I The Santa Rosa Press Gazette Wednesday February 9, 2005
Pace Chamber of Commerce

Introducing the 2005 Annual
Pace Area Chamber of Commerce
BFebruary Bi-Monthly Breakfast Golf Tournament
February 15, 2005 6 May 20, 2005
Presented and
Sponsored by Wheat & Rouse, CPA Tanglewood Golf and Country Club
7A.M. Until 5916 Tanglewood Dr.
Tim and Shells Kountry Kitchen Milton, FL
S5037 Highway 90 Pace, FL 32571 Reserve your sponsorship and team slots now!
(across the street from the water tower) Call the Chamber office 994-9633
50/50 Drawing Schedule
Door Prizes
RSVP By February 14, 2005 Check in 11:30 am 12:30 pm
S994-9633 Sack Lunch 12:00 noon
Tee off 12:30
...-- -- -... --- -- Dinner and awards to follow
Sn emersh p Cash prizes 1st, 2nd, 3rd places
S e And many, many more prizes
SLET US BRAG ON YOU!
B eln ei "S Do you have the perfect pickle? Are you a quilting queen?
If so, the Santa Rosa County Fair wants you to prove it!
Before your family devours this year's canned foods, enter samples in the Fair, April 5-10. Your heat-
There are many reasons to be a member of the Pace Area sealed jars orfrnits, pickles. jams, meats, preserves, vegetables, etc. will be judged on their appearance
and the quality of your workmanship and will be returned to you unopened. Perhaps there "ill be a blue
chamber of Commerce, Inc. As a member you have the i ribbon attached ta your entry!
option to advertise in the monthly newsletter at a savings Handicrafts you've made in the last year are also eligible for competition. Knitting, crochet, embroider-
ing, quilting, basketry, ceramics, jewelry, woven items, hand-painled items. smocked clothing, and other
of approximately 75% of the normal advertisement cost forms ofhand-made crafts (no kits) will compete based on quality, design, and originality .
(and it will also be reprinted in the "Press Gazette", Th year "due to our new location, all exhibits will be inside under air conditioning. This ma ou can dis-
: '*(and it will also be reprinted in the "Press Gazette", l tbau items.
which reaches approximately 7,500 Although the Santa Rosa County Fair is a family-oriented event designed to highlight the good things
happening in Santa Rosa, contestants do not have to be county resident to enter exhibits. Escambia and
readers, at no cost to you). Okaloosa Individuals are more than welcome.
All contest items are due at the Fair Grounds between 1 & 7 p.m. on Monday. April 4th. and must be
Sp picked up between 4 & 6 p.m. on Sunday, April 10th. See the contest rules for details.
This coverage in the media is approximately $1,200.00- Contestants enter separate divisions for Adults. Children, and Developmentall Disabled Adults. Each
$1,400.00 worth of advertisement, with 'Grand item mumthave an entry form submitted prior to the Fair. We must receive your entry form (one per item
,, 1. entered) in the mail by March 28, 2005.
Openings Ribbon Cuttings and Other articles. Our Exhibit Guides provide all the rules and a copy of the entry form.
e ., See thle thiW below for this information. '*' '
This can be free with your continued membership. Your i,. aosacoutyfair.org
Business will als beIexposed 850-63-1115 to contact Elaine Dixon for assistance.
usess will as oe expose Forms maybe faxed in from 6pm to 10pm, weekdays to 850-623-1115.
to several other membership services & benefits, which
arelisted below: Would you like a years FREE
Discounts through Mediacom on high speed internet Membership in the Pace Area
service and cable service.
i* Six weeks, free crawl on the Weather Channel through Chamber of Commerce, Inc?
Mediacom and much, much more.
4 Free banner advertisement on the Chamber web site, We would like to provide you this opportunity as part of our 2005
www.pace chamber.com Membership Drive. All you have to do is sign up 5 new Members,
Discounted advertising opportunities through Fox 10 equal to or above your annual fee, and your Membership will be
and the Gulf Coast WB. FREE for a full year.
Ribbon cuttings, ground breaking, & open houses, with The Membership Drive will begin immediately. The Chamber will provide you
*P^ exposure in publications with a packet containing everything you need to achieve your goal. All five new
.011 Possible saig recruits must be turned in with payment in full before credit is applied.
* Possible savings on WORKMAN'S COMP through your
/, Chamber membership. Everyone is asked to participate!
Chamber lobby displays of your business cards, flyers,
;^ and brochures free of charge. Call the Chamber for details at
5 Member mailing list for your promotions 994-9633
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
S Opportunities to gain valuable exposure through spon-
: sorship of Chamber functions & activities
: .*Clubs and organizations list
-. \ jr C' i *


I j ~* iviember referrals c
Committees for your special interest ./ #
Foundation Tax deduction for donations tve o
Window decal, for business members . ,/e -k.rpo.t .//4ed.'
*Chamber membership lends credibility to your business. A /A, 62// / i:
A voice in community development. Plus many other services to you as 4t lc- 6'i'. t e #4 4
a member of the Chamber. .
If you have not had your ribbon cutting you are still enti- -
tled to one so please contact the Chamber ,,ffii4,:es eete.':
as soon as you are ready. If it is too late to have a Grand ... -9C3.../5 o", (_flf t d/y*'4 i- :,
Opening you could have an e ; //, :"
Anniversary Celebration as a Business After Hours. If ..
you have any questions. .
^please feel free to contact the Chamber at 994-9633. ;. : ,#e'
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Wednesday February 9, 2005
Pace Chaber of Commerce


6~% c'9~rn1 ~6'rnya.tt


Monday, January 24,
2005 your Chamber
held its 6th annual
banquet at the
Farmers' Opry house.
The night was full of
surprises for every-
one. Dinner started
right on time with a
delicious menu of
fried chicken, roasted
pork with apple top-
ping, mashed pota-
toes, gravy, creamed
corn, and turnips.
Once dinner was fin-
ished Commissioner
Stewart recognized
the Sponsors, Silent
Auction, and Door
Prize Contributors,
which were:

Sponsors

Advanced Dental
Concepts
AmSouth Bank
Andrews Advanced
Transmission
Bagdad Home
Builders, Inc.
Buffalo Rock Pepsi
First American
Title Insurance


Company
Farmers' Opry
House
Gulf Power
Lewis Funeral
Home
Majors Home
Improvements
Pen-Air Federal
Credit Union
Pensacola Pelicans
Professional
Baseball
People's First
Community Bank
Santa Rosa Florist
Santa Rosa
Medical Group
Skyline Outdoor
Communications,
Inc.
Staff Payroll of
Pensacola, Inc.
Stewart
Enterprises, Inc.
Sullivan Family
Pharmacy
Tim and Shell's
Kountry Kitchen
The Escarosa Press
Wal-Mart #990
Winkles Pharmacy
Woodbine Family


Chiropractic Care
WXBM 102.7
Radio
McKenzie Motor
Company
WECM Memories
1490
Milton
Newspapers, Inc. /
Press Gazette
Mooneyham
Heating & Air, Inc.
Nurses on Call, Inc.

Silent Auction
Contributors:
Too Embroidery
Paradise Coffee
Market
Pen-Air Federal
Credit Union
Pensacola Pelicans
M.L.R. Fine'
Jewelry
Oops Alley
Robert Moser
Framery
Skyline Outdoor
Communications,
Inc.
TCBY
Wal-Mart #990


Advanced Dental
Concepts
Alternative Health
Food Stores
Cat Country 98.7
Cooks Paint &
Body
Cotton Real Estate
Five Points Small
Engine Repair
Gulf Power /
Southern Company
Pace Furniture
Pace Water
Systems, Inc.
Paradise Screen
Printing / Paradise



Door Prizes:
Advanced Dental
Concepts
Paradise Screen
Printing / Paradise
Too Embroidery
Five Points Small
Engine Repair
Milton Newspapers
Inc. / Press Gazette


January Business After Hours


This month's networking event was a
great success. Mr. Jimmy Cross and our
local Wal-Mart sponsored the January
Business After Hours. Over sixty people.
came out and showed support for the
event. A big thanks goes to the deli and
bakery department of Wal-Mart for provid-
ing all of the tasty food. Everyone seemed
to have a great time. Sharon Muncie,
Lucine Moffett, Dana O'Keith, Tracie
Smelstoys, and Tina Duke all won ten dol-
lar gift cards from Wal-Mart, Our other
winners were Fatima Hawkins, Al
Graham, Marilyn Alvarez, and Dan
Powers. Another big thank you goes to
Mr. Jimmy Cross, General Manager of
Wal-Mart, Five Points Small Engine
Repair, Peoples First Bank, and WECM
Memories 1490 for contributing the door
prizes for our event.
* Our next networking event will be
February 15, 2005. This time it will be at
Tim and Shells Kountry Kitchen at 7 a.m.


\Vheji and Rouse, CPA's ~ill be sponsor-
ing the February Chamber Breakfast. If
you would like to attend please contact the
Chamber at 994-9633. The event is free to
our members and their guests.
If )ou or your company would like to
sponsor one of our networking events
please contact the Chamber at 994-9633.
Thank you in advance for your support.


February 10 -March 5, 2005
Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday


9 10 11 12
Pace Floridatown
Historical Preservation
Association Meeting @
Chamber office, 6:30pm
Public Invited
13 14 Executive Board 1 Bi Monthly 16 17 18 19
Meeting 8am "J.15 reakaOst 7am-
Board of untif m &
Directors Shells's Kountry
Meeting 6pm Kitchen RSVP
Public Invited Requir by
Happy Valentines Day Wheat
& Rouse, CPA


20


21
Greg Brown, Property
Appraiser @ Chamber
office 9-12


22


23


24


25


26


Friends of
the Pace Area Library
meeting 5:30pm @
Chamber office


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FC of Santa Rosa
registration is open
Spring soccer registration
for the Futbol Club of Santa Rosa
is open now through March 5.
Registration will be on a first
come first serve basis and based
on the number of coaches avail-
able.
Registration can be com-
pleted on-line at www.fcsan-
tarosa.com. or at the club on
Saturday from 8 a.m. to noon.
City of Milton sets
baseball registration
Registration forms may be
picked up at Milton Cit,, Hall until
March 4 for youth baseball tor
children ages 8 through 14 from
7:30 a.m. till 4:30 p.m. or register
at the Milton dommuniti Center
on Saturday from 10 a.m. to 2
p.m. until March 25.
Registration fee is $70 per
child and includes hat, shirt,
umpires and participation trophy
at the end of the season.
Baseball Registration
at Gospel Projects
Gospel Projects 'Baseball
registration for the 2005 season
is now underway.
The program is for boys and.
girls ages 3- 1/2 to 14 and
includes Tee Ball, baseball and
girls softball. Registration will be
held at the office of Santa Rosa
Christian School Monday through
Friday from 8 a.m. until 4 p.m.
Registration will also be held on
Saturday from 9 a.m. until noon
at the Field House located at
Gospel Projects Park.
Both facilities are located at
6331 Chestnut Street in Milton.
For more information, con-
tact Tod Brainard at 623-4671.
East Milton youth
sports registration
The East Milton Youth
Association (formerly known as
the .Milton Sports League) is cur-
rently registering youth partici-
pants for its baseball, Tee ball,
and softball programs.
Registration is open to all
ages and will be held every
Saturday through February. 28
from 9 a.m. until 2 p.m. at the
park in East Milton.
For more information, call
Jeannie Brown at 983-0093.

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Jags turn

game over

to Hornets

Mixed results for
other local teams


(Left to right) Talayana Neel, Alecia Burnell. Amie McMillion and Melissa McMillion get ready to start their workout in preparation for this
Saturday's Florida High School Athletic Association's Girl's Weighlifting meet at DeLand High School in DeLand, Fla. In all 11 young women
from Santa Rosa County will test their strength against other high school lifters in their weight classes.
Press Gazette photo by Bill Gamblin, Jr.


State of muscle


By BILL GAMBLING, JR.
PG Sports Editor
Girl Power!
Eleven young women will
be representing Santa Rosa
County this Saturday in the sec-
ond Girls State Weightlifting
Finals in DeLjid. Fla. -
Milton High School will be
enfi.xn the largest contingent
with six lifters followed by
Pace High Schools three- and
two representing Gulf Breeze
High School.
For Milton coach Mike
McMillion this is a little more
than just six members of his
team going to compete in dif-
ferent \ eight classes.
S T\ o of his daughters
M lise.a 113L39 pounds) and Amie
15-1 pounds i will be joined by
Kourtney Kabel (119 pounds),
Tau\jana Neely (129 pounds),
Alicia Burnett (183 pounds),
and Amanda Hollingshead (199
pounds).
For Milton this marks the
culmination of a 9-0 season and
the district title.
"We took 13 girls to the
regional," said Milton coach
Mike McMillion. "I knew we
had a-good season going and I
was impressed with their ability
to perform in competition.
"This sport also enhances
the girls athletic ability in oilither


sports while offering them a
chance to compete on an indi-
vidual basis."
Pace is sending Kate White
and Crystal Yale to compete in
the unlimited class while
Lindsey McLellan will compete
at 120 pounds with Neely.
Last season the Lady
Patriots sent Laura Herlehy to
the state meet where she fin-
ished sixth in the 183-pound
class with a total of 315 pounds
lifted.
Each competitor will
attempt three lifts in the bench
press followed by the clean and
jerk.
The best weight successful-
ly lifted by each girl in the
respected disciplines will count
towards her total weight with
the top six girls being awarded
a medal by the Florida High
School Athletic Association.
Milton sent two young
women who competed in the
199-pound class. Sherilyn
,Morris finished fifth with a total
of 320 pounds while Kristan
Robinson was 12th with 300
pounds credited for her efforts.
"This is a new sport that is
catching on," said McMillion.
"We now have a lot of partici-
pation in our weightlifting pro-
gram since it started five years
See STATE, Pg. 2C


Millon junior Melissa McMillion works on her bench press as a
teammate spots her. McMillion and others going to state this week-
end will compete in the bench press and clean and jerk disciplines
of weigthlifting.


By KEN BARNES


By KEN BARNES
PG Sports Correspondent
Fourteen Central turnovers
in the final period of play
pushed visiting Dr. Gainer over
the hump as the Hornets held
on for a 79-68 win over the
Jaguars Saturday in Jay.
Central battled the Hornets
to a near standstill for three
periods of play but failed to
muster enough points down the
stretch as the Jaguars fell to 4-
18 on the year.
Gainer jumped out early to
a 23-17 lead after a quarter of
play but the Jaguars, led by
Keith Germann's 13 points
make a contest of it at the half.
Central outscored Gainer,
18-15 in the second quarter as
they trailed 38-35 at intermis-
sion.
The Jags canned 8 of 15
from, the field in the second
quarter as Logan Campbell and
Germann teamed up for 15 of
the Central points.
Gainer went on an 8-0 run
to start the third quarter, but the
Jaguars came right back scoring
eight unanswered points to
made it a one-point game at 44-
43 in favor of Gainer.
With the Jags tailing, 58-53
heading into the final period,
Gainer capitalized on numerous
miscues to expand their lead to
67-58 with just over four min-
utes left.
Central marched to the free
throw line in the last quarter
and made 9 of 14, but'two criti-
cal three pointers by Gainer
opened the lead to 72-62 with
time winding down and the
clock against the Jaguars.
Germann led Central with
33 points while Campbell
chipped.in 16 and Justin Morris
added eight.
On the night, Central was
14 of 24 from the charity stripe
and canned 27 of 54 from the
perimeter.


The Jaguars turned the ball
over 39 times on the night.
In other high school action
last week:
Milton 56, Tate 41
Heather Riley used a dou-
ble-double to lead Milton past
the visiting Lady Aggies of Tate
56-41 Saturday.
Riley's game-high 18
points and 18 rebounds proved
to be too much for Tate who
trailed 21-13 at halftime.
Tate was able to generate a
little more offense in the second
See HOOPS, Pg. 2C


Barnhill and Hopkins win


at IMCA Winter Nationals


Milton's Jesse Barnhill, the 2004 Gulf South IMCA Region Champion prepares to take the track for his
heat race Saturday at Southern Raceway. Barnhill finished second in the IMCA feature to his brother
Jason.
Press Gazette photo by Bill Gamblin, Jr.


By BILL GAMBLING, JR
PG Sports Editor
Two nights of racing con-
cluded at Southern Raceway
and some drivers came away
with a little more than their
pride hurt.
On Saturday it was a fami-
ly affair in the International
Motor Contest Association
(IMCA) Winter Nationals mod-
ified title and $2,000 prize.
Jason Barnhill took the
checkered flag while brother
and defending IMCA Gulf
Coast Region Champion Jesse
Barnhill finished second.
Friday Jesse Barnhill was
challenging for the win but
misfortune struck and he fin-
ished out of the top 10 while
Greg Hopkins passed Chris
Smith who had led the entire
night on the last lap claiming
the win and $1,500 check.
' "Last night I was running


second after starting eighth, but
busted a tire with three laps to
go," said Jesse Barnhill. "I
think the track will be a lot bet-
ter tonight, but it will still be a
little wet on the bottom.
"Last season we raced for a
title, but this season we are
going to race to win."
After winning his heat race
Saturday Jesse Barnhill knew
the key for him would be the
draw for starting the IMCA fea-
ture.
"The track was slick in the
heat and it has only one groove
right now," assessed Jesse
Barnhill. "So when the top 10
qualifiers redraw for starting
spots a good starting position
will be critical.
In the other races held on
Friday and Saturday Bo Bailey
won the truck division, Matt
Miley won the street stock
class, Chris Bayhi claimed his
fourth consecutive Winter


Nationals title in vintage cars,
Shep Lucas won in late models,
the hobby class was won by
Ryan Fowler, Alan Seitz won
the hogg feature and David
Seffens won the stinger class.
One driver who was not
pleased with the events in the
IMCA Modified division was
Kyle Elliott who had to be drug
back on the track after a quali-
fying heat mishap on Saturday
that ended his evening with a
broken brake rotor and a man-
gled car.
"This is the worst luck I
have had in two nights of rac-
ing," said Elliott, who is a sen-
ior at Milton High School.
"These cars are so much faster
than the street stock car, but
anything is hard to stop without
any brakes."
The 2004 Street Stock
Champion at Southern knows
that he skipped several classes
See IMCA, Pg. 2C


Press Gazette photo by Bill Gamblin, Jr.


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IMCA
Continued From Page One
and he will have to contend
with a learning curve as a
IMCA Modified Rookie.
While Elliott had to only
drive back to Milton after his
race mishap, drivers like
Atmore's Coty Crews had to
load his car back up before the
race even started.
Following some hot laps
Crews loaded up his car after
experiencing engine problems
and never participated in any of
Saturday's show.
Jesse Barnhill also chal-
lenged for the truck class win
but could never find a way
around Bailey, who led for the
entire race, after working his
way up from the fifth starting
spot.
Miley claimed the street
stock title after a last lap pass in
turns three and four after bat-
tling his way from the back of
the pack.
John Codv was charging
hard to counter Miley's pass in

Pace's Ansel Reed (center), who
won IMCA Rookie of the Year
honors in 2003, helps Coty
Crews diagnose an engine prob-
lem that forced Crews, to park
his car and watch Saturday's
racing from the stands before
heading back to Atmore, Ala.

Press Gazette photo by
Bill Gamblin, Jr.


the last turn but came up half a
car length short of the win.
Miley took advantage of
Brandon Harris and Ronnie
Hardy tangling in front of him
to move up from the fourth spot
as the caution flew on lap eight
and was glued to the back of
Cody's car until the final lap
when he set up his winning
move in turns three and four.
Bayhi wins his fourth con-
secutive Winter Nationals
Vintage title after fending off a
challenge from Stuart Wilson
after separating themselves
from the field of 13 cars.
Friday night results:
.Trucks 1. Bo Bailey; 2. Jesse
Barnhill; 3; Wally Davis Jr.; 4. Rick,
Hammac; 5. Bobby Jernigan; 6.
Gregg Jones; 7. Jerry Stephens; 8.
Steve Wallace; and 9. Bill Blum
Street Stock 1. Matt Miley;
2. John Cody; 3. Brandon Harris
i#2 1 4. Rodney Howell; 5. Bobby
Resmondo; 6. Luther Fletcher; 7.
Tim Chopp; 8. Brandon Harris
(#t'-"- -aI Natlijn \\ hI 10. Jason
Dollar, 11. Ho ', ird Peak; 12.
Ronnie Jordan; 13. Michael 0'
Connor; 14. Jim Gander; 15.
Ronnie Hardy; 16. Bryan
Ahbrahamsn.n 17. Jamie Brooks;
18. Sha'., un Martin; 19. Brandon
Kilpatrick; and 20. Michael
Estridge.
Vintage 1. Chris Bayhi; 2.
Russell Galbreath; 3. Martin
Tucker; 4. Raymond Ray; 5.
James Morris; 6. Billy Trichitella;
7. Zack Howard; 8. Don Hall; 9.


Stuart Wilson; 10. Andy Walley;
11. Bo Slay; 12. Elrik Mabrie; and
13. Kylan Nathey.
IMCA 1. Greg Hopkins; 2.
Chris Smith; 3. Jason Hughes; 4.
Bill Adams; 5. Jerry Muenster; 6.
Jason Barnhill; 7. John Melton; 8.
Mike Paillou; 9. Ansel Reed; 10.


Hoops
Continued From Page One
half to keep it close, but the
Lady Panthers had done their
damage.
Sundae Tirums also turned
in a double-double of her own
with 10 points and 18 boards,
while Centraya Nettles also
scored 10 points as Milton
improved to 10-14 on the sea-
son.

Pace 54, Gulf Breeze 43
Pace capitalized on a 14-0
run in the final stanza to defeat
Gulf Breeze 54-43 Fridaj at the
Gulf Breeze Recreaiton Center.
The Patriots, who improved
to 7-3 in the district, led at half-
time 22-15 and continued to
stretch that margin as the
Dolphins fell to 1-9 in the dis-
trict.
Brad Skipper led the
Patriots with 19 points while
Anthony Jones was next with
15 followed by Willie Jiles' 10.

Pace 60, Pine Forest 45
The Lady Patriots posted
some big numbers in their 60-
45 win Friday over Pine Forest
at home.
Pace, who led 45-42 head-
ing into the final quarter, tight-
ened their defensive pressure
causing the Lady Eagles to go
cold from the floor and outscor-


Johnny Deyoung; 11. Clay
Galbreath; 12. Jesse Barnhill; 13.
Joe Phillips; 14. Nick Poole; 15.
Glenn Stephens; 16. Mark
Doherty; 17. Todd Neiheiser; 18.
Myron Deyoung; 19. Todd Jones;
20. Leonard West; 21. Kevin Bell;
and 22. Josh Hughes.


ing them 15-3 in the final eight
minutes of play.
Erica Wright scored 17
points to lead Pace while senior
Megan Lewis had a double-
double with 16 points and 14
rebounds.
Surita Guyton added 12
points from the field along with
five assists while Lindsey
McDonald grabbed 11 boards.

Bay 53, Milton 48 (OT)
Bay needed overtime to
defeat Milton 53-48 in a key
district match-up Thursday in
Panama City.
Adam Allen's double dou-
ble of 20 points and 16
rebounds weren't enough for
the Panthers who fall to 6-3 in
the district and 11-10 on the
season.
Milton rallied in the fourth
quarter by outscoring the
Tornadoes 16-8 to send the
game, into overtime.
Bay would outscore the
Panthers 7-2 in the extra period
to earn the top seed for. the
upcoming Boys 4A District 2
tournament to be held in
Navarre.
Jeremy Tolbert added 11
points for Milton in the effort.
Story written by, Ken
Barnes.. Reach him at
sports@sr-pg.com


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State
Continued From Page One
ago."
With six lifters going to the
state meet Milton could pose a
challenge to last years inaugu-
ral champion Spruce Creek
High School from Port Orange,
Fla.
"I feel that we will be rep-
resented well for this part of the
state," McMillion remarked.
"There will be some teams in
the state with more individuals,
but it all depends on how are
lifters do."
For Milton Amie
McMillion and Tatayana Neely
posted personal bests at the


regional competition.
"This helps us with all our
other sports," said Burnett, who
is a pitcher on the Milton soft-
ball team. "I can really\ tell a
difference by the, work I have
"done to suengthen in the 6ff
season."
All the girls involved in the
state competition are involved
in a variety of other sports from
cheerleading to volleyball, soft-
ball, track, soccer, and swim-
ming.

Story written by Bill Gamblin,
Jr. Reach him at sports@sr-
pg.com


Sectional Weightlifting Results for State
Qualifiers from Santa Rosa County

Lifter School Class Bench Clean Total Place
Kourtney Kabel Milton 119 120 130 250 2
Tatayana Neely Milton 129 125 145 270 1
Lindsay McLellan Pace 129 125 120 245 3
Melissa McMillion Milton 139 150 120 270 2
Amie McMillion Milton 154 130 140 270 3
Alicia Burnett Milton 183 135 130 265 2
Adrienne Randall GB 183 135 125 260 3
Amanda Hollingshead Milton 199 115 120 235 1
Jessica Sims GB 199 110 120 230 3
Kathryn White Pace UnI. 165 145 310 2,
Crystal Yale Pace Unl. 175 130 305 3


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108 HOTEL/MOTELS/
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110 LABOR
112 MANAGEMENT
114 MEDICAL
116 OFFICE WORK
118 PART TIME
120 PROFESSIONAL
122 RETAIL
124 SALES/
TELEMARKETING
126 SKILLS/TRADE
128 POSITIONS WANTED
GARAGE SALES -
STYLES SECTION-WED.
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 MbBILE HOMES
514 VACATION/RESORT
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/TV/VCR)
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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A Factory oulleil ,or
Scott Fetzer need to fully slarf its
Milton Pace location
Located 1/4 Mile
from Milton
High School
Customer Service or Sales
experience not needed
But would be helpful.
Free full on the lob Training
Program on premises
Must be a team player and
willing to work hard
1600/mo to start.
Plus bonuses.
This is not telemarketing or
multilevel marketing: it's a
real lob wilh real pa/y.
Opporlunily to advance from within
All that quality will start Mon.
To secure an interview.
Call Tracy at 626-4429.


Southern Surveying. Inc.
is looking for an experienced
surveying Autocad person.
Also a rod and instrument person.
Some experience preferred
but not required. For further
information Please
Call 850-939-4299
Mon-Fri. 8am- 330pm.
Drug free work place
and benefits available.


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Roofing Sales
Great Earning Potential!
We are looking for individuals to
represent us in Santa Rosa &
Escambia Counties. Experience
helpful but no necessary. Will train
the right person if they are honest
with an outgoing personality.
To schedule interview please call
850-377-7547


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GAS SERVICE TECHNICIAN I.
CITY OF MILTON
Reqs: H.S. Dip, St of Fl D.L.- Class
"A CDL required w/in 3 mos. Prev
utility installation exp an asset.
Salary: $15.704.00 Ann. This is a full
time City of Milton position. Contact
Lanidrum Staffing Svcs, P.O. Box
15700 Pns. FI 325T4 (6723 Plantation
Rd, Pns) or call (850) 476-5100. Apps
will be accepted thru February 14.,
2005. The City of Milton is a 'Drug
Free Workplace and EOE./AA


Q BAPTIST
Emergency RN:
Ft or PT position. 2yrs. exp. as a
RN and exp. in ER preferred.
Floor Tech:
PT position.
Will train right person.
Occupational Therapist:
PT position. Will work in acute
care, SNF and outpatient
setting. FL license required.
Speech Therapist:
PRN position. FL license required.
Phlebotomist:
PRN position. 1-3m rs.
exp. preferred.'
Dietary Aide/Cook:
PT position. 1 r. exp. preferred
Applications are accepted
Monday Friday from 9 a.m. -
5p.m. at Jay Hospital. 14114
Alabama St.,'Jay. Fl or call 850-
675-8069 for more information.


Hurricane Ivan
Temporary Jobs Program

Have you lost your job due to Hurricane Ivan? Have you been laid off from your previous
employer or are you long term unemployed? If so, you may qualify for our
interesting and fulfilling temporary jobs program.

Types of jobs may include, but are not limited to:

Field Case Workers
Job Development Technicians
Administrative/Clerical Workers
Maintenance Mechanics
Maintenance Workers
Laborers and more...

Some are degree positions, but "MOST" are not.
Please call one ol our Escarosa Career Centers
Ior eligibility and docurneniation requirements.

3670-A North "L" Street
Pensacola. FL 32505

6570 Caroline Street
Milton. FL 32570
(850) 983-5325 ext 121
We are a Drug Free Workplace
An Affirmative Action Equal Opportunity Employer/Program
Auxiliary aids and services are available upon request to Individuals with disabilities


Times Run Out! Today,
February 9th is the last day
to get your Love Line in the
Feb. 12th issue of the Press
Gazette. Bring your Love
Line to The Press Gazette
by.5pm today and you may
be the winner of dinner
and a movie on us!


SANTA ROSA COUNTY
HUMAN RESOURCES
EMPLOYMENT
ANNOUNCEMENT
For the period of
February 7, 2005 February 14, 2005

ATTENTION: The information given on your appli-
cation will be evaluated against the minimum qualifi-
cations of the job description. The length of related
work experience, training and education described
on your application, will be an important considera-
tion in the entire application and selection process.
After all applications are evaluated, your name will
be placed on the employment list: ranked according-
ly. Other than this announcement, no further notifi-
cation will be sent.
Surveying Technician I (60801
Range: 10 $ 9.05 per hour
"Closing Date: 03/07/2005
Minimum Qualifications
HS/GED. LICENSE: Applicant must have a valid
State of Florida Driver's License at the date of hire
and maintain said license while employed in this
position. ADDITIONAL: Preference will be given for
field surveying experience.

Surveying Technician II (6082)
Range: 12 $ 9.51 per hour
*'Closing Date: 03/07/2005
Minimum Qualifications
HS/GED. 2 yrs exp in field surveying work.
LICENSE: Applicant must have a valid State of
Florida Driver's License at the date of hire and main-
tain said license while employed in this position.

Surveying Technician III (6083)
Range: 15 $ 10.24 per hour
-Closing Date: 03/07/2005
Minimum Qualifications
HS/GED. 4 yrs exp in field surveying work.
LICENSE: Applicant must have a valid State of
Florida Driver's License at the date of hire and main-
tain said license while employed in this position.
Testing for Communications Dispatcher I will be held
on February 17, 2005. The Human Resource Office
will assign testing times upon submission of applica-
tion. Be sure to check your email if you submit your
application online.

*NO EXCEPTIONS WILL BE MADE ON
DATE/TIME'

FOR EACH POSITION APPLIED FOR, ALL SUP-
PORTING DOCUMENTS (i.e. diplomas, transcripts,
and/or certificates) LISTED ON THE JOB
DESCRIPTION, MUST BE SUBMITTED BY THE
CLOSING DATE NO LATER THAN 4:30pm. DOC-
UMENTS MAY BE DELIVERED BY US MAIL, FAX.
EMAIL, OR HAND DELIVERED. In an effort to fur-
ther assist applicants, we offer the ease of applying
online at www.co.santa-rosa.fl.us. Complete job
descriptions and applications are also available at
the Santa Rosa County Human Resources Office,
6495 Caroline Street, Suite H, Milton, FL 32570,
phone (850) 983-1948. Fax (850)1 981-2003.
Veteran's Preference will be given in accordance
with Florida Statutes.

A Drug Free Workplace/EQUAL OPPORTUNITY
EMPLOYER


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WANTED,
ATTORNEY
Experienced with
medical malprac-
tice, neglect, abuse,
wrongful death and
fraud. My claim
happened in
Milton/Pensacola
over a period of
months. I have re-
cords and evidence
I think will prove in
a court of law! If in-
ierested call me at
623-2103.
Not a charity case!


Storage Unit

Auction

Woodbine Self
Storage
5550 Woodbine Rd.
Pace, FL 32571

Tuesday,
Feb 15, 2005
10am Unit #55


GOVERNMENT
SURPLUS Great
deals on. local and
national surplus and
d confiscated items
right at your comput-
: er. Items added dai-
ly. Register free.
i www.govdeals.com
or call (800)613-
0156.
,GOVERNMENT
SURPLUS Great
deals on surplus
'and
confiscated items.
Easy and conven-
ient, right from your
computer. Items
change daily. Regis-
ter free. www.gov-
deals.com or call.
(800)613-0156.


FLORIDA NOTARY
Weddings 994-6689
After 5:30 pm
PREGNANT? CON-
SIDERING Adop-
tion? Full service na-
tionwide adoption
Agency
specializing in
matching families
with birthmothers
nationwide. TOLL
FREE 24 hours a
day (866)921-0565.
ONE TRUE GIFT
ADOPTIONS.
www.onetruegift.co
m



EARN YOUR DE-
GREE Online from
home. Business,
Paralegal, Comput-
ers, Networking and
more. Financial Aid
available, job place-
ment assistance,
and computers pro-
vided. Call free
(866)858-2121.



102
Drivers
Driver
3 Immediate Open-
ings!
Home Every
Weekend
GUARANTEED!
Average $700-
$1000 and 2444
miles/weekly CDL-A
required 1-877-428-
5627 Mobile, 'AL
Terminal
www.ctdrivers.com
SAVANNAH
TRANSPORT, INC.
Now hiring Solos
and Teams to run
East and West coast
. Call Brandy or Bob
at 1-800-367-2640


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15 DAY LOCAL
CDL TRAINING
Full and Part Timfe Classes
Major carriers hiring on site
Tuition Assistance if qualified
For over 29 years-
we've been training
America's Truckersi
CALL TODAY!
Truck Driver Institute
5750 Milton Road
Milton, FL
800-709-7364

104
General Help
$1500 WEEKLY
Guaranteed now ac-
cepting applications
$50 cash hiring bo-
nus guaranteed in
writing (888)318-
1638 Ext 107
www.USMail-
ingGroup.com.
$500-$1800 MO/PT
$2400-$5500 mo/ft,
International Com-
pany needs Supervi-
sors & Assistants.
One-on-One train-
ing, Vacations.
www.Solu-
tionsToLife.com 1-
888-234-0609.
$YARD HELP
NEEDED$ Seeking
local one-two man
crew to rake leaves
and remove debris
form yard in Charter
Woods Subdivision-
Hamilton Bridge
Area. Call 995-0602
and Leave a Mes-
sage
AUTO TECH helper
needed. Call 623-
1698. Mon-Fri 8-5.
FINISHERS &
Hangers with vehicle
and good experi-
ence. Call 698-9578.
Scott Boutwell.
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102
Drivers
DRIVER TRAINEES
Needed Now! No
experience required.
Werner has immedi-
ate positions for en-
try-level semi driv-
ers. Our avg Drivers
earn more than
$36K first year. 60%
of Werner drivers
get home nightly or
weekly. 15 day CDL
Training now availa-
ble in your area. For
a solid new career,
call Today 1-866-
280-5309.
DRIVER-COVE-
NANT TRANS-
PORT: Excellent
pay and benefits for
Experienced Driv-
ers, 0/0, -solo
Teams and Gradu-
ate Students. Bo-
nuses Paid Weekly.
Equal Opportunity
Employer (888)
MORE PAY (888-
667-3729
EVERGREEN
TRANSPORTA-
TION needs drivers
to run the 13 SE
states with both
weekly and week-
end hometime. We
offer good pay and
benefits. If you are
at least 23 with a
good driving record
with a HAZMAT en-
dorsement please
come by our termi-
nal located at 300
Hwy. 95A, Canto-
ment, Florida across
from IP paper mill or
call 850-968-1702.
NOW HIRING
CDL required.
Truck driver with
tractor trailer and
forklift experience a
must. 623-5385.

LEARN
TO DRIVE
Tractor Trailers
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Bulldozers, Backhoes,
Loaders, Dump Trucks,
Graders, Scrapers,
Excavators
Next Class: Feb 14th
-National Certification
-Financial Assistance
-Job Placement in your area
1-800-383-7364
Associated Training Services
www.Equipment-School.com
EXPERIENCED
MAINTENANCE
Man. Part time 20 to
30 hrs. per week
Southern Raceway
If interested contact
623-2333
GREAT VIRGINIA
Teach-in 2005- Vir
ginia's Teacher Re
cruitment Job Fair
Over 100 school dis
tricts represented
Greater Richmonc
Convention center
(March 5, 2005)
Call toll-free
(866)79-TEACH> o
visit www.doe.virgin
ia.gov.
HELPERS & Li
censed Plumbers
Benefits are availa
ble. Call 626-8456.
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104
General Help
CERTIFIED LIFE-
GUARD will be
needed at Blackwa-
ter's Krul Recreation
area. Call Krul su-
pervisor 850-957-
6140. Apply Now!
CLEANING PER-
SON Needed. Seri-
ous long term
employment
applicates
only.
Must be reliable
& dependable.
Must have car
available.
Call 994-1785
between
8am & 5pm.
Mon-Fri.
COOK-FULL TIME.
Experience required.
Forsyth House As-
sisted Living. Good
Benefits, Excellent
work enviorment
Apply in person at
5887 Berry Hill Rd.
DETENTION OFFI-
CER-PHENIOX, Ari-
zona Maricopa
County Sheriff's Of-
fice $14.99 per hour.
Excellent benefits.
No experience nec-
essary. Contact
(602)307-
5245,(877)352-6276
or www.mcso.org.
1,000+vacancies, in-
cluding civilian.
DRIVER-COMPANY
&OWNER OPS
YOU'RE NOT JUST
A NUMBER HERE!!!
Home weekends,
run SE/East coast
Great Pay-
Loaded/Empty&Fuel
SC and Bonuses
Call Cathy (866)250-
4292
DRIVERS/OTR-
TANKER LOOKING
for Professional driv-
ers! NEW 2005
,Equipment, Top
Pay, BONUSES,
prepass & EZ pass,
Rider Program &
Much more! North
American Tank
Lines (866)748-6285

HEAVY EQUIPMENT
OPERATOR
TRAINING FOR
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General Help

HELP WANTED
Earn up to $409 a
week assembling
CD cases at home.
No experience nec-
essary. Start imme-
diately! Call
(800)341-6573 ext.
196 www.easywork-
greatpay.com.

HIRING ALL Posi-
tions. Apply in per-
son after 1PM at the
Village Inn, in Pace

LANDSCAPING
SUPPLY Company
needs yard manager
for Milton location.
Must be able to
drive forklift or be
able to learn, 40 hrs
per week, Pay
based upon experi-
ence. Call 626-1974.
Leave a message.

LPN-CAREER PO-
SITION As Resident
Care Coordinator for
Assisted Living
Community. Long
Term/Clinical Exp.
Preferred. Will Train
the right Person. No
Phone Calls. Apply
in Person at 5887
Berry hill Rd or Fax
resume to 626-9185

NOW HIRING,
Cashier, Cook, and
Waitress for Penny
Pantry/Bayou Cafe.
Apply in person.
4474 Woodbine Rd.
Pace, FL. 994-9232.

P/T DIETARY Aid.
Apply in person at
Santa Rosa Health
& Rehab. 5386
Broad St., in Milton.
M-F, 8:30 to 4. EOE.
Drug-free work
place. No exp. req.

PUBLISHER'S
NOTICE
Milton Newspapers,
Inc. (dba The Santa
Rosa Press Gazette
and The Santa Rosa
Free Press) re-
serves the right to
censor, reclassify,
revise, edit or reject
any advertisement
not meeting its
standards of accept-
ance. Submission of
an advertisement
does not constitute
-- an agreement to 1""Y
publish said adver-
tisement. Publication
of an advertisement
does not constitute
an agreement for
continued publica-
tion.

RANCH
WORKER/STALL
Cleaner, Full or Part
time. Mtist have
some experience
with Horses. 723-
2179

RECEPTIONIST
FOR Automotive re-
pair shop. Book-
keeping or automo-
tive experience a
plus. Previous office
experience and
good driving record
a must. Hand deliv-
ery resume to 4916
Glover lane. No
phone calls please


t u310
ROOM AND board Business
4 in exchange for light Opportunities
- shop work. Salary #1 CASH COW! 90
. negotiable 981-5466 Vending Machines
SSATELLITEHd. You approve
SSATELLITE IN- Loc's 10,670. (800)
" STALLERS: Imme- 836-3464 #BO02428.
diate openings.
d Great pay, paid ALL CASH CANDY
r. training & ins bene- ROUTE Do you earn
) fits. Drug free work- $800 a day? Your
e place. Must be 21 own local. candy
r yrs old: with good route. Includes 30
- driving record & Machines and Can-
must pass back- dy All for $9,995.
- ground check. Exp (800) 998-VEND.
. helpful but not req. BO02000033. Call us
- Call 800-610-6060 we will not be under-
ext 363. sold.


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General Help
SEEKING A female
personal care assis-
Itant to live with me
rent free. E-mail
your Name, tele-
phone, age and a
paragraph summa-
irizing yourself to
IKDQUAD@aol.com
STEEL BUILD-
IINGS- EZ BUILD-
ING YOUR OWN
AISC Certification-
Office/Warehouse,
Shop/Garage, Are-
na/Barn, Hangers. A
Plant near you!
Spec to spec will
beat any price or
$205. 98000993-
4600, www.univer-
salsteel.com

UP TO $4000
WEEKLY!! Exciting
Weekly Pay-check!
Written Guarantee!
11 Year Nationwide
,Company Now Hir-
ingl Easy work,
Sending out our sim-
ple one page bro-
chures! FREE IN-
FORMATION, CALL
NOWI! '(800) 242-
0363 ext 3800

'WANTED EXP. car-
pet and vinyl instal-
Iler. Workman comp.
provided. Ref. re-
quired. We can keep
you busy! Call Kathy
or Brandon @
(850)623-5519 or
fax resume to
(850)623-5713.

110 .
Labor
HELP WANTED La-
borers, operators
and framers. Under-
ground utility work.
Call 850-981-9818
leave a message for
an appointment
PART TIME Handy-
man needed. Flexi-
ble hours. Eastgate
Mobile Home
Ranch, Call 626-
8973.

118
Part Time
KENNEL POSITION
Approximately $30
per week. Dog and
Puppy care. North of
Milton in private
.home., Call .,626-
10255 Leave Mes-
sage.
126
Skills/Trade
EXPERIENCED AU-
TO mechanic want-
ed for used car store
in Milton, Pace area.
995-6125. For Appli-
cation appointment.


310
Business
Opportunities
BUSINESS FOR
sale. RV dealership,
5 major lines repre-
sented. Large RV,
parts and services
departments.: 9 Acre
campground with 65
campsites in beauti-
ful Western North
Carolina. Living
quarters on proper-
ty. Long-term lease
available. Owner
willing to train. Seri-
ous inquiries only,
Call (828)231-8849

315
Business Services
50% OFF Tree
Services, Roofing,
Fencing & Stumps.
Licensed & locally
owned Business.
850-983-9975 office,
850-255-0599 cell
Ask for Ron or Tam-
my. Free estimates
on every job, so give
us a call, thanks.
ABOVE & Beyond
Tree Service &
Landscaping. Li-
censed and Insured.
Free Estimates. Se-
nior Discounts and
Military Dicounts.
Kevin Frey (850)
983-7820. Call
us...or pay more!
ADVANCED
VINYL
Systems Inc.
Home Improve-
ment Specialists.
*Florida Rooms
*Screen Rooms
*Patio Covers
*Carports
*and much more!
Call us
Don Sweeney
orTed Brignano at,
850-623-5442
5851 Hwy 90
Milton. See our ad
on the Business
Service Directory
BIG & Little Drywall.
Scott Boutwell: 675-
5789, Cell: 698-
9578. Spray rig for
hire. All types of tex-
ture, knock-down,
popcorn,' orange
peel, etc.
BILLY DUNN'S
Monkey Business.
7313 Tidweil Rd,
Pace FL 32571 Cell:
(850)418-2230.
Home: (850) 626-
9093 Tree Trim-
ming, Tree Remov-
al, 13 Years Experi-
ence. Escambia Lic.
#609028-030130,
Santa Rosa Lic.
#9840044699. Gen-
eral Liability Insurance:
The Insurance Lady -
(850)626-8776.
BOOTH'S STUMP
Grinding. We grind
stumps for a living.
Cheaper than most.
Uprooted stumps,
no problem. Spring
special, call for a
prompt, professional
job. 251-504-3006
or 205-283-6549.
BROKEN LIMBS?
Leaning Trees? Call
TLC for all your tree
needs! Free Esti-
mates. No Waiting.
Licensed & Insured.
20 years experi-
ence. 850-623-
8165.
BRYER ASPHALT
Paving, Seal Coat-
ing, Graveling. Free
Estimates, Fully In-
sured, Licenced,
Many References,
Owner Operated, No
job too big or small!
Feb 1st-Feb12
SAVE 25%! 1-888-
288-0218
LEONARD AR-
NOLD, L.L.C. Car-
pentry Home Re-
pair. Licensed & In-
sured. Phone 850-
623-4638.



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Business Services
CANDI'S CLEAN-
ING Companion In-
sured and licenses,
Residential cleaning.
We have references.
We will take care of
all your cleaning
needs. For free esti-
mates call Susan
(850)-748-6922 or
626-1354 or Debbie
(850)292-3583 or
995-4717..
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
DRIGGER'S HOME
Improvements Spe-
cializing in room ad-
ditions, porches, pa-
tio, and general
home ,improve-
ments. No job to
small, so give us a
call. Free Estimates
850-626-7874.
ETHERIDGE HOME
Repair. Remodeling,
Repair, Room Addi-
tions, Painting,
Porches, Decks,
ext... Also, All Mo-
bile Home Repairs...
Free Estimates;
Day/Night 850-675-
0219.
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 ROOFING.
Locally owned & op-
erated. Currently no
waiting list! Free es-
timates, quality
work.
Lic#XYZ5001656.
Exclusively serving
Santa Rosa Countyl
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! 10% dis-
count for Churches
& Senior Citizens
850-449-5296
JAKE'S STUMP
Grinding. No truck in
yard. Will go through
36" gate, self propel-
led. 850-313-9904.
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.

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


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Divorce '108, Adoption '80
Name Change '55
FREE Typing, Call for
Worksheet (850) 434-7524
1850 N. "W" St.
(1 blk. N. of Flea Market)
RANDALL BOUT-
WELL, INC. All
types of Drywall
hang, finish, spray,
paint. 850-995-4153
Office. 3417 Regal
Way, Pace, FL
32571. 28 years ex-
perience.
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


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315
Business Services
MARTINS PRO-
FESSIONAL Stump
Bringing. No stump
too big or too hard!
Blow over priced
separately. Stump
removal $1.00 per
inch. 2" to 4" deep.
10 or more stumps?
Ask about our dis-
counts. Licensed &
insured. Satisfac-
tion Guaranteed!
850-417-3085 or
269-501-2496.
MAYBE, YOU can
do it yourself, but
will you? Dave Kop-
pin Home Improve-
ment, Inc. Specializ-
ing in Small Home
Improvement Proj-
ects & Maintenance.
Cell (850) 346-2496
or (850) 626-6944.
Free Estimates.
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.
NEED AN Attorney?
Arrested? Criminal
defense *State
*Federal *Felonies
*Misdemeanors
*DUI *License Sus-
pension *Parole
*Probation *Domes-
tic Violence *Drugs
"Protect Your
Rights" A-A-A Attor-
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 economical
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.


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315
Business Services
ROOFING SERVICE
Free Estimates.
Lic#XYZ24260428
Ins 850-982-4631
ROOFING, SERV-
ING the 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, Fl 32571
(850) 994-4734. "If
we grow it, you'll like
it".
SHORT & Tall Tree
Service. A division
of Gaddis Land
Clearing. 24 hour
emergency service.
Insured. Commer-
cial. Residential.
"Big, Fat, Short or
Tall. We Trim Them
All" Tree removals.
Stump Grinding.
land Clearing. Dem-
olition service avail-
able. Experienced
climbers available.
Cell Phone: 850-
377-7797. "When
Hurricane Hits Land-
fall Give Short & Tall
A Call."
STUMP GRINDING
Backyards ok, 36"
gate needed. 850-
377-7797.
TAX SEASON is
HERE! Need help
on your taxes?
Please call me for
quick results at fair
prices. Lisa Bender
Bookkeeping and
Tax Service. 981-
3381, cell 346-8563,
email:lisataxidote@
a
ol.comSee our ad in
the Buisness Serv-
ice Directory.

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

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
WM. SMITH Drywall
Construction. Spe-
cializing in Remodel-
ing & Renovations.
Serving Northwest
Florida for over 15
years. Free Esti-
mates. Installing,
Finishing, Sprayed
Textures. Licensed
& Insured. William
Smith, Owner Cell
(850) 207-0302 or
Hm (850) 626-8346.

320
Child Care
CHRISTIAN
GRANDMOTHER
has immediate
openings in her
home for child care.
Ages 6wks thru
2yrs. Call Cindy at
623-9898 Lots of
TLC


CLARK'S LAWN
Care and General
Maintenance & All
Types of Tractor
Work. Licensed &
Insured. Call Mike
Clark at 626-2428.






















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Child Care

CHRISTIAN MOTH-
ER- Can care for
your newborn or
preschooler in my
Pace home. Excel-
lent references. 995-
1357 or 206-9211

REGISTERED
CHILDREN Provider
has opening for 6'
weeks to 9 months.
Full time or part. Ask
for Beth. 994-0260

325
Domestic

DEPENDABLE
HOUSEKEEPER
TEN YEARS EXPE-
RIENCE. REASON-
ABLE RATES.CALL
994-6236

HOUSE CLEANING
services. Reasona-
ble rates and refer-
ences available. Call
623-3760

RACHIEL
PHILLIPS
COMMERCIAL &
RESIDENTIAL
CLEANING
SERVICES
Highest Quality
Results
'Guaranteed'!
*Home *Office
*Rentals
Affordable Rates.
Free Estimates.
Licensed
& Insured. Cell
(850) 206-0184
(850) 623-0327

335
Financial Services

AS SEEN on TV $
All your CASH NOW
$, ProgramFL Com-
pany offers best
cash 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.comrn .or call
(866)756-0600.
MORTGAGES, RE-
FINANCING or Pur-
chase. No money
down, no income,
low rates, All credit
.considered. (higher
rates may apply) No
mobile homes. (888)
874-4829 or
www.AccentCapital.
corn Licensed Cor-
respondent Lender.

340
Home Repair

LAYTON AND Sons
general Handyman
Services
Lic#98840044469,
Fences, patios,
screened enclo-
sures, decks, car-
ports, pole barns. In-
terior and exterior
remodeling 850-994-
7570 or 346-7917.

345
Lawn Care


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


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classified ad
today.
Phone
623-2120.


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345
Lawn Care


EMERALD
COAST LAWN
SERVICES
ECL, LLC
Mowing, Edging,
Sodding.
Bush Trimmiig,
Debris clean-ups,
Local Company!
Commercial and
Residential.
Owner Operated,
Licensed and Insured.
(cell) 324-4035.

PAGE'S TREE
SERVICE Trim, cut
& remove. Call 626-
2159 (if no answer,
please leave message)
FIREWOOD $50. a
load and up.

350
Senior Care


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


360
Miscellaneous

ARE YOU wanting
to go to school and
stay home? Earn
your Associate de-
gree at PCI-online in
Business & Comput-
ers. (800)655-5554,
www.pci-online.edu.


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402
Apartments

1 BEDROOM apart-
ment for rent. Water,
garbage and. sewer
furnished. Front and
back door. $325.00
call 623-5500

1 BEDROOM fur-
nished apartment
with central heat &
air. No pets. $350.
month, $250. dep.
Call for appointment.
994-7246

404
Commercial

COMMERCIAL
BUILDING for rent:
central heat and air.
Good location, call
623-5500


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, n utility
room, covered porch
overlooking water.
$995/mo $600/se-
curity. 994-0667.
3BD/2BA-KITCHEN
EQUIPPED, Living
and Family Room.
6449 Lark Ave. Be-
hind Milton High
School. $400 depos-
it and $625 Rent.
626-0179, 255-1459
FOR RENT-
1BD/1BA, spring
feed, lake front. 850
sq. ft. on 1 acre. 1
mile south of Milton
off Hwy. 87. Very ef-
ficient, comfortable
and quiet. Furnish-
ed/unfurnished.
$800.00/$900.00-
437-1953


408
Land

BEAUTIFUL
NORTH Carolina.
WINTER SEASON
IS HERE! MUST
SEE BEAUTIFUL,
PEACEFUL MOUN-
TAINS OF WEST-
ERN NC 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

COSTA RICA- 1
acre parcels can be
subdivided into 4 1/4
acre lots. Beautiful
Central Pacific
views, Roads, Wa-
ter, Electric.
$19,500. acre.
(800)861-5677

LAND FOR SALE
Refer to
Classification
#510

MILTON 2BD, 11/2
bath. 6506 Sinclair
St., Central heat and
air. No pets. $650
month. $650 depos-
it., lease 484-7037

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


410
.Mobile Homes

16X80 MOBILE
Home For Renrt in
East Milton. 3BD 2
BA On Secluded 1/2
Acre. $550 RENT
$450 DEPOSIT850-
255-2590 Ask For
Mike.

CLEAN 2BD.
TRAILER,central
H/A. partly furnished
water & garbage in-
cludeQd no pets
$365/mo $250 dep.
675-6614.

FOR RENT
2bd/2ba, total elec-
tric. Eastgate Mobile
Home Ranch 626-
8973.

FOR RENT
3bd/1.5ba, covered
porch. $350. 994-
8865.

REMODELED MO-
BILE Home,
2bd/2ba, CH/A, all
electric, Marlbor-
ough Village, no
pets. $200 deposit,
$400 month. 994-
8959.

412'
Rooms For Rent

ROOMMATES
WANTED, Down-
town Milton, Glover
Lane, everything in-
cluded. $85 per
week plus deposit.
983-4884 or 450-
1417 (24 hours). Ca-
ble included, A/C,
garbage, parking.
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506
Homes

119 ACRES of farm
land near Jay, Flori-
da in Section 5,
T4N, R29W, Santa
Rosa' County, cur-
rently owned by the
heirs of H.Y. Jack-
son for sale. Sealed
bids being accepted
by attorney Allen W.
Lindsay, Jr., at Post
Office Box 586, Mil-
ton, Florida 32572.
such bids to be
opened on February
18, 2005, at 5218
Willing Street at
10:00 a.m. The high-
est bed over the re-
serve of $3,500.00
per acre will be ac-
cepted at that time.
Mineral rights will be
reserved. Cashier's
check for $5,000
binder must accom-
pany bid and be
made to the Trust
Account of Lindsay,
M. Andrews & Leo-
nard, P.A. Bids are
being solicited sub-
ject to determination
of necessary gran-
tors and approval by
the court. Closing to
take place as soon
as practicable.










LARGE HOME on 3
acres N. of Pace. In-
ground pool with
pool House, sepa-
rate building current-
ly Beauty hop,
equipment \9 in-
clude'simY has
hf jp, smooth
top* range, dish-
washer, DD refriger-
ator. No hurricane
damage to home.
$114,900. King &
-Associates, Joanne
Bryan, -Realtor. 994-
4718.

510
Land

LAND FOR RENT
Refer to
Classification
#408

STAFFORD
FARMS in Chu-
muckla. 1.5 acre
lots, restricted.
$25,000. 994-4852
or 393-6042.


STANDARDUIN TH1ISUMODELBaths Sq. Ft. Price
Bellehav.n I 1040 64,500


Cathedral Ceiling in Great Room
* Spacious Kitchen & Dining Area with custom cabinets
Architectural Shingles Vinyl Exterior Trim
Luxury Marble Vanity Tops
Garden Tub and Shower
Ceiling Fans in all Bedroom and Great Room
Walk-in Closets in Bedrooms
French Doors Gas or Wood Fireplace


Will build on Slab or Piers
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Chadwick
Stratford
Norwood
Mayfair
Diplomat
Hampton
Gemini
Inglewood
Ambassador
York
Oxford
Lexington
Lexington 4 BR


1149
1257
1341
1418
1510
1525
1579
1586
1610
1622
1713
1812
1812
1833
1949
2129
2215
2495
1740
2062


67,200
74,300
79,000
79,900
82,600
83,400
86,200
93,400
86,800
90,400
92,600
96,400
96,800
111,000
103,.200
125,000
120,200
147,600
108,600
129,300


512
Mobile Homes
GREAT BUY! 3
bedroom, 2 full
baths. front and
back porch. Vinyl
siding & aluminum
roof. large fenced
lot, with in ground
pool. Reduced to
$65,000 call 626-
1559

514
Vacation & Resort
SMOKEY MOUN-
TAINS, 2bd/2ba, 2
story, great view, lo-
cated in Maggie Val-
ley, North Carolina.
$149,000, by owner.
Call 850-983-7565,
leave message,





556
Homes
WESTERN NC
Mountains. North
Carolina. Where
there is: Cool Moun-
tain Air, Views and
Streams, Homes
Cabins and Acre-
age. Call for a Free
brochure of Moun-
tain Property Sales
call (800)642-5333,
Realty of Murphy,
317 Peachtree St.,
Murphy, NC 28906.

560
Land
LAKE VIEW bargain
$29,900. Free cov-
ered boat slip! High
elevation beautifully
wooded parcel.
Across from national
forest on 35,00 acre
recreational lake in
TN. Paved roads,
u/g utils, central; wa-
ter, sewer and more.
Excellent financing.
Call now (800)704-
3154, ext. 608. Sun-
set Bay LLC.

LOTS STARTING
@ $39,000 with
deeded boat slip in
exclusive waterfront
community on South
Carolina Lake. Fea-
turing clubhouse,
pool, tennis, marina.
nature trails putting
green. Great Financ-
ing Harbor Watch.
(800)805-9997.
www.lakemurrayliving.com
NEW LOG home-
1.6 AC/$59,900.
Beautiful log home
package & gently,
laying mountain
property. Off the
Parkway near
Boone. (800)455-
1981, ext. 113.


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2
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Pinebrook (Signature Series)2
Fleetwood 2
Kingston (Signature Series) 2
Executive 2 1/2
Regency (Signature Series) 3
2 Bedroom Duplex 2 (1 each unit)
3 Bedroom Duplex 4 (2 each unit)


S.SSTEELE
I AND COMPANY, INCORPORATED
.... ..f.""."..., 6705 N. Pensacola Blvd. 477-7880
FL. Lic. #CRC044810 Toll Free (888) 231-1255


712
Lost & Found
PETS


704
Livestock


PENTON'S FARM
Supply
(Allentown)
Formerly C& L
Farm Supply
Bulk Corn & Oats
HMC Feed & other
Gates, Post, &
Fencing
Tues-Sat 8arrppm
623-044 1.


706
Livestock Supplies

HORSE HAY,
square bales.
623-8237.
Bobbie Malbeck


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


708
Pets

1 YEAR OLD AKC
Registered Boxer for
Stud. Fawn and
White. $300.00 fee.
Please call 623-
0370,


FREE TO Loving
home. Beautiful
mixed breed puppy
found homeless af-
ter Hurricane Ivan.
Female, approxi-
mately four months
old and absolutely
adorable. Will be a
perfect inside pet. If
you lost this puppy
or would like to give
her a good home,
please call. 623-
2120 ask for Trace.


712
Lost & Found
PETS

LOST DOG.
Lab/Chow mix, 8 yrs
old male,. 601bs,
.beige collars. w/cut
outs of dog. Rusty
color, last seen in
Pace High area.
995-0483 or 698-
0709.

MISSING-BLACK
AND white male cat
last seen 1-19-05 in
Harold community.
please call 981-
2603


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LOST YOUR PET?
Be sure to call
Santa Rosa
Animal Control
to report him
missing and to
,e sure he's not

* ?'#ioou to
%iohim up!
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802
Antiques
THE RESTORA-
TION Shop. Antique
Furniture Repair 8&
Refinishing. 8747
Hwy '90. Call Glen
@ (850) 981-5466.
806
Appliances'

FOR SALE- Side by
Side refrigerator with
ice and water real'
nice. $250. Maytag
refrigerator, $225.'
Dishwasher $65.
Electric Stove $75.
Kenmore washer
$100. Kenmore dry-
er $85. All Guaran-
teed 995-8730

814
Furniture

CHURCH FURNI-
TURE. Does your
church need pews,
pulpit set, baptistery,
steeple,' windows,
carpet? Big sale on
new cushioned
pews and cushions
for hard pews.
(800)231-8360

FOR SALE, China
Cabinet, Dining Ta-
ble With 6 Chairs
$300.00 call 623-
3180
LARGE METAL
desk. Good condi-
tion. $50. Call 994-
9633.
NEW QUEEN Mat-
tress set, double pil-
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814
Furniture

SOLID OAK Pedes-
tal Table. 48" round
extends 48"x60" with
leaf. 4 oak trim
chairs on rollers
$350.00 excellent
condition please call
623-8799

818
Lawn Equipment
1994 CRAFTSMAN
riding mower. 38"
cut. Runs great.
$350.00 call 983-
7660

830
Miscellaneous
For Sale

BUILDING SALE
..."Rock Bottom Pri-
ces!" Final Clear-
ance! Beat next
price increase. Go
direct/save. 20x26,
25x30, 30x40,
35x50, 40x60,
45x90, 50x1 00,
60x180. Others. Pio-
neer. (800)668-5422


CREDIT CARD Ma-
chine & printer. Print
Point 1000. $125.
850-626-6944.
FREE 4-ROOM Di-
rectv System in-
cludes installation. 2
Mo. Free HBO &
Cinemax! Access to
over 225 channels!
Limited time offer. S
& H restrictions ap-
ply. (866)500-4056.
HUNT ELK, Wild
Boar and Buffalo in
Missouri until
3/31/05. Guaranteed
Hunting License,
Only $5.00. Our poli-
cy No Game, No
Pay. Reasonable
Rates. Call
(314)894-3776.
MEMOIR WRITING
Large print, step by
step guide. Share
memories with your
children and grand-
children. $10.
www.bluetreebooks.
com Blue tree
books, Box `660,
Ringoes, NJ. 08551


ilUW IUtopJ, witl warran-
ty. $250. Can deliv-
er. New King mat- PACE SAVER
tress set, double pil- Scooter., 3 Wheel.
low top, with warran- New Charger. Sacri-
ty $325., Can deliver." fice for $250.00 call
850-501-0270. 623-3236


*Plus tax, title & license. GMAC Financing Allowance Cash and all other rebates included.




Mclenzie

PONTIAC GMC BUICK
See Us At www.mckenziemotors. com


830
Miscellaneous
For Sale

METAL ROOFING
Save $$$ Buy direct
from manufacturer.
20 colors in stock
with all accessories.
Quick turn around!
Delivery available
Toll Free (888)393-
0335.

NEW ELECTRIC
wheelchairs & Dia-
betic Supplies At No
Cost. If eligible:
Scooter type w/ bas-
ket or fold-up. Medi-
care/Private Insur-
ance Accepted TLC
Medical Supplies,
Inc. (888)601-0641
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We Deliver & Install
Centipede
St. Augustine
SBermuda
Bailed Pne Straw
Call us first, Save Time
Call us last, Save Money
Hwy. 87 So. Milton
626-8578

SAWMILLS-
$2695.00 Lum-
berMate-2000 &
LumberLite-24 Nor-
wood Industries also
manufactures utility
ATV attachments,
log skidders,, porta-
ble board edges and
forestry equipment.
www.norwoodindus-
tries.comFree
info:(800) 579-1363
Ext.300N
WASHER &DRY-
ER: For sale $100
each or best offer.
will trade for living or
bedroom set. Room
for Rent price nego-
tiable. 983-9270




St. Augustine I
Farm Direct
We Deliver
434-0066

832
Miscellaneous
Wanted

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


.832
Miscellaneous
Wanted

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




904
Cars

FOR SALE 92 Hon-
da Accord, good
condition, 4 cyl, 4 dr,
all power. $2,750.
(850)983-0011 or
(850)777-0986.

KIA AUTOSPORT
New or Used. No
credit, slow credit,
bankruptcy? No
problem, I can help!
Weak Credit-OK,
Balance on Car-OK.
Great Rebates! 10
year or 100,000 mile
warranty. Tires for
Life! Ask me about
FREE oil changes!
Lou Eicher, Cell:
748-7398. 6370
Hwy
90, Milton. As al-
ways, with this ad,
buy from me and I
will make the first
payment!






910
Motorcycles

1999 HONDA
goldwing 20,000
miles in, excellent
condition. $9,500.
994-4127 or 261-
0754
912
Motor Homes ,

1994 NOMAD 5th
Wheel Camper 27ft.
with Super Slideout
Excellent condition.
Queen Bed, Tub,
Shower, A/C,. Heat,
,Stove, Fridge Every-
thing works
-$7500.00 Firm
(251)-649-5828


everyone to
know about?
Tell us so
that we can
tell the world.
Whether
you're a CPA,
CNA, LPN,
RN or just
hold a CDL,
contact our
advertising
specialists to
find out how
our action-
getting
classified
can go to
work for you
ASAP!


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COINS, STAMPS

& JEWELRY


478m3859
235 E. 9 Mile Rd. Pensacola, FL


(Northview Shopping Center)
WE SPECIALIZE IN
COIN JEWELRY FOR GIFTS


Pendants Rings Bracelets
* Money Clips 14 ct. Gold Sterling Silver
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912
Motor Homes

FOR SALE: 25.9 ft.'
Nomad Travel Trail-:
er. Used 4 months.
$10,500. 626-8041
or 261-6929.

916
Sport Utility
Vehicles
1993 BRONCO:
XLT. All power, 302,
5 speed, Great,
body, many extra':.
$3,500. OBO Ca(J:
626-3839.

918
Trucks
2000 FORD ranger.,
'38,000 miles excdl-
lent condition,
$7,500. 994-4127 6or
261-0754
SHOW TRUCK-'
One Of A Kind! Ford
F150 Super Cab.
FX4 By L.A.' West.
Red with 12,000
Miles. 2002 Factory
Warranty. $28,500:
Firm. 983-9525
920
Vans
1987 FORD Handi'-
cap van with lift.
Good condition".
$5000.00 995-0718





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10 ud.-S. Individual T
'_. Backhoe Work
> Lisa Bender
.Prolessional Bookkl:epine ServLe
&.- Acou eLicensed Insured

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S6 Bryen Ballard
,981-3381 ce.ll: 346-8563 850)994-5740 (850)232-158


';Layton and Sons
Land Clearing, and all tractor, :: General Handyman Services
dozer, and related services Ilnlerior'Exterior Remodeling
S Fences 'Carports dtPole Barns
'ADecRs Screened Enclosures
994-7570
NO JOB TOO SMALL! 4' 0
Call Billy Rogers for estimate ..-- -+r_ Cell: 346-7917
Phone: (850) 957-4952 ,Licensed & Insured
Cell: (850) 261-8407 .s--' #98400,441469


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carpentry Hornm


Licensed & Ins


850-623-


Mike Ka
Cement IV


Patios Driveway


Free Estimaies udll
NO i.t:. 1OO00 small Anrt.ir


850-994-


., LILT '.- Com'plete Tree& Stump Removal

e Rep air1 1(850) 417-3085 '
rd :. | (269)501-2496-i 1
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4638 7 .-

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mylor Grinding
lason 623-6634K
Is* Walks L'pnrtj; ,1 ,Lr., ,ed n- j,
, ,,,,,' Cell for Pat Cell for Doug
Spri ce 293-6500 382-0393
You do not have to pull
0897 stumps. Just grind them
down below the ground. )


Get your ad in
the next Business
Service Directory
and recieve a FREE
line ad! Call
Tracey or Jose at
850-623-2120.


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All types of Drywa
*Hang Finish S|
*Paint Pressure Wa


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J41 I rogi vvay
Pace, FL 32571
28 years experience
Licensed & Bonded


Bi3,ured in ] Lieri.-d
Serving Horhwaesl. Fl, n .ria or over 15 kRrV
:.T ti .TRc-,rdentlal (_CL Ianie
S.Let u: t.al care 01 all
*Spray ed'Text s,,-rlenr, Iceed
William Smith, Owner F1'.. a FREE eCirnae call.
Cell (850) 207-0302 : 8..0. O, i,.
Hm (850) 626-8346 850,66-135- ,851)995-4717

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pray KILLY HUU
washing Antiques & Collectibles
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Clo-e, ,,.nun
Open Mon.-Sat.
10amr-5pm
SClosed Sunday .


STUMP GRINDINg iNew Hope
& Wallpa
Interior Eprr'rluf r Co'rn
Backyards OK *,Dry"
Pressure (
36" Gate Needed .*Wallpal
Call the Ericki
,850-377-779Z a'723-2550.
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ANN BARNHILL
TRUCKING, INC.
6861 00
Barnn6l Rd..
v1ion FL i
32570 ______S _
Fax
623-3461
(850) 623-3461 058
Uesse Barnhill Trucking (850) 336-3084


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850
850
Ask for Ron
FrE. e.ilmal S 01o
4^ 1'C'nriieJ & C*-.:.~


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Call 324-4035
or 324-9149,


Painting,% 'h storation sho
ipePing "' Antique Turniture
wgall ,^Reyair & Refinishiing
ail Over 15 years experience
leaning ; or erences vaafile
ry Work 73747fwy0
sens today! Ca( g(en @
6283-034 (850) 981-5466

SvsPentton's Farm
Supply
ee Service ;;' Su
s a call. thanks- For(Allentow Suppn)
office I4 Formeri C & L i-arm Supply)
1-983-9975 Bulk Corn & Oats
cell, HMC Feed & Others
)-225-0599 r Gates, Post & Fencing
or Tammy L, ..f.,I -*Tues. Sat. 8:00- 5:00
-,"e'rvju-. t-- 23 0442
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Serving the Milton & Pace Area
30 Year Dimensional Shingles, $170
per square, Tear-off/Installed.


3 Tab Shingles, $160 per square,
Tear-off/Installed-

Kasey Dalton
Licensed & Insured O Since
Wxyz4269076 J I I I 1948
6441 Wilmrar Ave lMilton


/SALTER'S FARM
MARKET
COUNTRY MADE SYRUP
I$ SEASONAL PRODUCE
tt",. 8855 Chumuckla Hwy.
"If We Grow It Pace,FL 32571
You'll Like It" Open for Business
Mon Sat 8am 5pm
K 850-994-4734


Free
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Free
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/Quality Work


'Locally Owned & Operat

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IBilly Dunn's Monkey Businessi'
7313 Tidwell Rd. Pace FL 32571
Cell: (850)418-2230
Home: (850)626-9093
j*- 13 Years' Experience
Tree Trimming
Tree Removal


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F-ree Estimates
*Remodeling *Repair
*Room Additions *Decks


*Porches *Painting
Also All Mobile Home Repairs


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Visiting Angels


,, In home
Companionship
[. Meals ',
Light housework
Errands


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whPlioro C'D or film same day

J850) 623-14402


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* Fence Repair Installation
e Paintl Drywall eTrim *Tile
10 years experience
Contact Paul McMullen
850-723-9767
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Following the devastating events that affected our community,
we, at Shaw's Tree Service, were not able to serve all of our


existing customer needs. We apologize for any inconvenience


and are now back in full force and taking appointments.
Licensed & Insured Locally Owned


Call us for your Tree Trimming & Complete Removal Needs!


Mike Shaw (850)206-7943


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