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Publisher: Milton Newspapers, Inc.
Place of Publication: Milton Fla
Creation Date: February 23, 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
        A 8
    Section B: ‘Styles
        B 1
        B 2
        B 3
        B 4
        B 5
        B 6
    Section B: Milton High Panthers
        B 7
    Section B: ‘Styles Continued
        B 8
    Section C: Sports
        C 1
        C 2
    Section C: Classifieds
        C 3
        C 4
        C 5
        C 6
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WEDNESDAY

February 23, 2005


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INSIDE


Winn-Dixie files bankruptcy

Still unclear how the move could hit Santa Rosa 's three stores


By JIM FLETCHER
PG Assistant Publisher
Chalk another win up for
Wal-Mart. It's not known what
affect it will have on the three
stores in Santa Rosa County,
but Tuesday, Winn-Dixie Stores
filed for bankruptcy court pro-


iavarre Beacn nas a lOOK anu
feel all its own. But what will
that look and feel be like in the
years ahead? That's what this
plan hopes to find out and coun-
ty officials are ready to put it
into action.
See STYLES, Page 1B.


NEWS


VIEWS

Q Do you think Santa Rosa
County should go wet?


ASHLEY
CAINE
"Yes. As
long as
there's an
age limit."


BRANDON
GRIFFIN
"Yes, I think
it should go
wet, but it
probably
.Won't.
There are a
lot of
churches
that will
stop it."

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tection:
Winn-Dixie has been
embroiled in an ongoing strug-
gle with competitors like Wal-
Mart. Officials note Wal-Mart
has, over the past few years,
been busy erecting superstores
in markets that are important to
Winn-Dixie. The Wal-Mart


supercenters typically include
complete supermarkets.
As Wal-Mart continued to
drive market shares down, other
grocery stores have also fought
for market share. Winn-Dixie
found itself surrounded by
competition for loyalty among
customers who will often


switch allegiance for pennies
difference in prices,
Just over a year ago, in an
attempt to battle its competi-
tion, Winn-Dixie began a "cus-
tomer reward" program.
Customers could sign up for
cards which would provide
additional savings at the check-


Here we go, again


HOPE
CARTER
"It doesn't
matter to me
one way or
another. I
don't drink."


JOANNE
GREZESIAK
"I'm all for
it. Instead of
forcing peo-
ple to go to
Escambia
County, we
should sell it
here."


Officials with the Santa Rosa County Supervisor of Elections otiice confirm a group has formed to begin a petition drive. The object?
To garner enough signatures to push Santa Rosa into yet-another wet-dry vote. Historically, Santa Rosa has always turned thumbs-
down on such a move. Complete details can be found inside the Santa Rosa Times #2...inside this edition of the Press Gazette.
Press Gazette photo by Bill Gamblin


out, but even that program was
insufficient to meet the
onslaught from the Bentonville,
Ark. giant retailer.
Winn-Dixie currently oper-
ates about 920 stores in eight
states and the Bahamas. All
stores will remain open as the
See BANKRUPT, Pg. 5A.


Sifting


sand
L County unsure
where to get material
to rebuild dunes


By JOSHUA \\ ILKS
Press Gazette Staff Writer
The Florida Department of
Environmental Protection has
awarded Santa Rosa County
$2.12 million to help in Navarre
Beach's dune restoration.
The county currently has
150,000 cubic yards of sand,
but with high demands for the
material, the count- isn't sure
where the sand will come from.
It's in short supply,
Commission Chair Gordon
Goodin says. Goodin's busi-
ness is the largest supplier of
the sand material. from Perdido
Key to Panama City, and he
can't see where the sand could
come from.
Therefore, options like off-
shcle .Jred iijr iiu, be the only
option, much like E-i aninbia and
Baldwin counties have donr.
"We are very close to get-
ting a permit to do that very
thing," says Ctounitr Engineer
Roger Blaylock. "We could
end up having more money than
material."
If the sand cannot be
acquired, the money will be
returned to the state.
"The intent is to put it back
as soon as possible," Blaylock
says: "We want to get it in
place prior to this hurricane
season."
The project would include
planting and fencing as well.
Blaylock says the state park is
asking to join in beach renour-
ishment.
"This is a pretty ambitious
project," Goodin says. "I hope
we can do it."


Story written by Joshua
Wilks. Reach him at:
Wilks @sr-pg. conr


Pace Pic 'n Say reopening


MARY
DILLARD
"It's an "ify"
subject.
People go to
Pensacola
and just drink
and drive
through
here."


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Gazette is
printed on
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By JOSHUA WILKS
Press Gazette Staff Writer


After five months of reno-
vation, the Pace Pic 'N Sj\ \x ill
be opening its doors tomorrow
morning.


By DEBORAH NELSON
Press Gazette Staff Writer
As new roof installation
moves forward at the Santa
Rosa Sheriff's Department,
cleanup attention is shifting to a
less conspicuous problem that
nevertheless forced the build-
ing's total evacuation last
month.
Mold remediation special-
ists Servpro are in the process
of eradicating the recently dis-
covered spores, which must be
done before the building can be
brought back up to move-in
condition.
"They're going to go


For months, residents have
been driving by the the grocery
stores in Milton and Pace, won-
dering when the doors would
reopen.
The two stores have been
closed since .September when


through the entire building in a
three step process that will
clean the building itself, plus
the contents and the air duct
system, notes Sheriff's
Department Special Projects
spokesman Larry Bryant.
The pesky spores result
from excess moisture, intro-
duced when Hurricane Ivan-
ripped the facility's roof off and
dumped thousands of gallons of
storm water inside.
Experts note the process of
cleaning and periodic air quali-
ty tests is expected to take about
a month to complete.
"We initially took out visi-
See JAIL MOLD, Pg. 5A.


Hurricane Ivan's winds ripped
most of the roofs and awnings
off the structures.
"It was a complete loss,"
co-manager Fra,, ne \\ hire a.
"We lost everything."
After a nearly five-month
reconstruction phase, owner
Brannon Culpepper says the
task has been time-consuming,
because of the holidays and
work-demand.
But now, he says, his work-
ers are situating the stores so
the aisles and shelves.can be
restocked.
"It's going to be good as
new," Culpepper says, "It's
just taking time."
Everything-down to the
wall studs is new. There are
new shelves, new cash registers,
and completely restocked mer-
chandise-including fresh cut
meat arriving today.
The Pic 'N Sav stores are
one of the few in the area that
haven't reopened, though most
stores were closed in the days
after Hurricane Ivan.
Culpepper says he receives
several calls a day wondering
See PIC N SAV, Pg. 3A.


Members of Pace High School's NJROTC program hoisted the Colors
at Monday's Flag Pole dedication in Pace. The pole and flag were
donated to the community by members of the Pace Rotary Club.
Officials used Monday's President's Day holiday as the time for the
dedication.


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Jail mold removal work

is nearing completion


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Feb. 11 to Feb. 16, 2005
Atwell, Robert B; Male, 52,
1988 Thompson Rd., Milton, FL;
Aggravated Asslt W/Deadly
Weapon W/O Intent to Kill (2
cts.). 2/13/05
Causey, Michael Anthony;
Male; 21; 5550 Alabama St.,
Milton, FL; Hit & Run-Fail to
Stop Remain at Crash Involve
Injury, DUI and Damage
Property, Drive While License
Suspended 1st Offense. 2/13/05
Everett, David Franklin;
Male; 41; 6430 Skyline Drive,
Milton, FL; Probation Violation-
Felony. 2/11/05


Goodman, Robert Earl; Male;
50; 106 Santa Rosa Drive, Pace,
FL; Possess Cocaine. 2/11/05
Mattingly, Perry Joe; Male;
36; 8002 Armstrong Rd., Milton,
FL; Aggravated Battery-Cause
Bodily Harm or Disability.
2/11/05
Mularchuk, Michael James;
Male; 19; 6799 Hurst Hammock
Rd., Pensacola, FL; Flee/Elude
LEO at High Speed, Reckless
Drive Damage Person or
Property, Resist Officer-Obstruct
W/O Violence, Aggravated
Battery On Officer, Firefighter


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Santa Rosa County Property Apprais


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In addition to regular hours
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Pooley, Scott Shane; Male;
33; 6925 Timber Crest Rd.,
Milton, FL; Battery-2nd or
Subsequent- Offense, Damage
Prop-Crim Mischief Over $200
Under $1,000. 2/13/05
Rieder, Dustin James; Male;
22; 201 Pensacola Beach Rd.,
Gulf Breeze, FL; Probation
Violation-Felony. 2/11/05
Aldridge, Tiffany Elizabeth;
Female; 22; 139 Valdosta
Avenue, Pensacola, FL; Larc-
Petit 1st Off, Drugs Possess Cntrl
Substance W/O Prescription.
2/11/05
Ard, Elijah Leon; Male; 22;
6452 Renee Circle, Milton, FL;
Sex Offense-Victim 12 YOA up
to15 YOA (70 cts.). 2/11/05
Carmody, Amber Rebecca;
Female; 25; 5308 Mikes Place,
Milton, FL; Lewd Lasciv
Behavior-Victim 12 YOA Up To
16 YOA Offender 18 YOA Older.
2/11/05
Morgan, Angila Faye;
Female; 32; 6676 Brock Ave.,
Milton, FL; Neglect Child
Without Great Harm. 2/11/05
Osborne, Jason Lamar; Male;
33; 9200 Barney Broxson Rd.,
Milton, FL; Resist Officer-'


Obstruct W/O Violence (2 cts.),
Possess Cocaine, Marijuana-
Possess Not More Than 20
Grams, Narcotic Equip-Possess
And Or Use, DUI. 2/12/05
Underwood, Gary Lee; Male;
31; 8100 Armstrong, Milton, FL;
Kidnap Minor-Interfere With
Custody, Resist Officer-Obstruct
W/O Violence,. Narcotic Equip-
Possess And Or Use. 2/12/05
Walden, Carrie Lynn;
Female; 33; 1372 Harvard Dr.,
Gulf Breeze, FL; Marijuana-
Possess With Intent to Sell Mfg
or Deliver Schedule I, Narcotic
Equip-Possess And or Use.
2/11/05
Boudreux, James Raymond;
Male; 27; 416 Siesta Road,
Navarre, FL; DUI Alcohol or
Drugs 2nd Offense. 2/13/05
Dillard, Jimmy Dean; Male;
47; 6236 Bayberry St., Milton,
FL; DUI. 2/13/05
Gentry, David Lee; Male; 55;
7591 Hwy 98 West, Pensacola,
FL; DUI. 2/12/05
Navrisky, Cherrie Chism;
Female; 24; 6349 Lynam Dr.,
Milton, FL; DUI. 2/11/05
Webb, David Scott; Male; 23;
1100 University Parkway,
Pensacola, FL. DUI. 2/12/05
Wettlaufer, Charlotte Pauline;
Female; 36; 7649 Old Hickory
Hammock Rd., Milton. DUI.
2/12/05
Terrell, Charlie Brine; Male;
25; 22 Bobblink St., Ft. Walton
Beach, FL; Probation Violation-
Felony. 2/13/05
Thach, Kathleen Diane;
Female; 45; 4887 Martina Way,
Gulf Breeze, FL; DUI Alcohol or
Drugs-4th or Subsequence,
Refuse to Submit to DUI Test.
2/12/05
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Gulf Breeze, FL; Battery-Touch
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Kidnap-False Imprisonment-
Adult ,(domestic violence).
2/14/05
Burleson, Holley Ann;
Female; 23; 2002 Grayson Dr.,
Navarre, FL; Probation
Violation-Felony. 2/14/05
Coburger, Joshua Ryan;
Male; 25; 1140 Dykes Rd,
Pensacola, FL; Probation
Violation-Felony. 2/14/05
Lawhorn, Jeremy Wayne;
Male; 26; 4547 Momingside
Lane, Milton, FL; Larceny-Theft
is $300 or More But Less Than
$5,000. 2/14/05
Parris, Antoin Sinclair; Male;
21; Locust Drive, Milton, FL;
Possess Cocaine, Battery-Touch
or Strike, Kidnap-False
Imprisonment Adult, Battery
Touch or Strike (domestic vio-
lence), Kidnap-False
Imprisonment-adult (domestic
violence). 2/14/05
Watson, James Cody; Male;
19; 1018 Chestnut Ave.,
Crestview, FL; Pass
Counterfeited Instrument,
Probation Violation-Felony.
2/14/05
Bishop, Michael Jay; Male;
49; 4083 Ward Basin Rd.,
Milton, FL; Probation Violation-
Felony. 2/14/05
Sanders, Rhonda Marie;
Female; 29; 4019 Vern St., Pace,
FL; DUI. 2/14/05
Bowen, Michael Wayne;
Male; 29; John Matthews Rd,
Milton, FL; Probation Violation-
Felony. 2/15/05
Bradley, Robert Donald;
Male; 42; 900 W. Michigan Ave.,
Peinsacola, FL; Drugs-Possess
Cntrl Sub W/O Prescription,
Narcotic Equip-Possess And Or
Use. 2/15/05
Coner, Sr., John T; Male; 36;
5471 Spruce St, Gulf Breeze, FL;
Drive While License Suspended
Habitual Offender, Resist
Officer-Obstruct by Disguised
Person. 2/15/05


Freeman, Jr., James Leon;
Male; 31; 6971 Datura St.,
Milton, FL; Stolen Prop-Deal In-
Dealing in Stolen Property.
2/15/05
Freeman, Jill Morrell; Female
29; 6093 Syrcle Ave., Milton,
FL; Larceny Theft is $300 or
More But Less Than $5,000,
Stolen Prop-Deal In-Dealing in
Stolen Property (3 cts.). 2/15/05
Grenier, Jeremy Allen; Male; ,
19; 11405 Highway 87, Milton,
FL; Probation Violation-Felony.
2/15/05
Reynolds, Jamie Scott; Male;
34; 6913 Ventura Blvd. Milton,
FL; Drugs-Possess
Methamphetamine, Marijuana- '
Possess Not More Than 20 '
Grams, Narcotic Equip-Possess
And or Use. 2/15/05
Taylor, Allen Jerome; Male;
6403 Kennington Circle, Milton,
FL; Battery-Touch or Stike,
Battery-Felony Batt Result From
Bodily Harm/Disability. 2/15/05
Wilson, Judi Lee; Female; 32;
7260 Lenora St., Pensacola, FL;
Drugs-Possess Cntrl Sub W/O
Prescription, Possess Cocaine,
Drive While License Suspended
1st offense. 2/15/05
Causey, Arthur Lee; Male;
42; 1361 Berryhill Rd., Milton,
FL; Larceny-Grand Theft $5,000
or More, Less Than $10,000.
2/15/05
Price, Lara Suzanne; Female;
34; 11525 Thousand Oaks Dr.,
Pensacola, FL; Larceny-Grand
Theft $5,000 or More, Less Than
$10,000. 2/15/05
Perritt, Gerald Franklin;
Male; 67; 4095 Railroad St.,
Pace, FL; DUI Alcohol or Drugs
2nd Offense. 2/15/05
Hawkins, Michelle Doreen;
Female; 38; 9000 East River Dr.,
Navarre, FL; Cruelty Toward :
Child-Abuse W/O Great Harm,
Resist Officer With Violence,
DUI and Damage Property.
2/16/05
Navarrondones, Pedro Juan;
Male; 51; 6455 Cypress St.,
Milton, FL; Probation Violation-
Felony. 2/16/05
Baldwin, John Alfred; Male;
29; 901 Alabama St., Milton, FL;
Battery on LEO, Resist W/O
Violence. 2/16/05
Lewis, Howard; Male; 24;
FL. State Prison; Aggravated
Asslt on LEO. 2/16/05


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Carla Silcox makes a last-minute round-checking prices of items at
the Pace Pic 'n Say. The store is set to re-open tomorrow-following
months of reconstruction work after Hurricane Ivan. The storm
ripped the roof off the structure and decimated the building.
Officials say the Milton store will reopen in the next month or so.
Press Gazette photo by Bill Gamblin


Pic n Sav


Continued Frort Page One.
when the stores will be reopen-
ing, and is happy to see shop-
pers plan to come back.
"It's convenient," says
Hope Carter, of Milton, who
Shops at the Milton Pic 'N Say.
"The prices are lower and it's
not as busy as other stores."
o While the Pace store will
S open tomorrow, the Milton
reopening is scheduled for next


month, and Culpepper is work-
ing daily to get the stores back
in working order.
"We're trying our best to
get them reopened," says
Culpepper.
"We can't wait to open the
doors," White says. "We're
ready"
Story written by Joshua
Wilks. Reach him at:
Wilks @sr-pg.corn


By JOSHUA WILKS
Press Gazette Staff Writer
The Santa Rosa County
Commission is scheduled to
meet at 9 a.m. tomorrow,
Thursday, Feb. 24.
A resolution to request
access to the Administrative
Center access road for demoli-
tion of adjacent property to the
south is on the commission's
agenda.
The following items will
also be on tap:
Revisal of Interlocal
Agreement of the Bay Area
Resource Council (BARC).
Cancellation of
Committee-of-the-Whole meet-
ing on June 20, 2005 and
Commission Regular Meeting
on June 24, due to conflict with
Florida Association of Counties
(FAC) Annual Meeting.
,... Proposed usage guidelines
for Administrative Center park-
ing lot.
Employment contract.
with Sharon Marsh as Special
Projects Coordinator.
Standard Agreement with
Northwest Florida Area Agency
on Aging, Inc. in the amount of
$794,816 for Older Americans
Act Disaster Program.
Extension of Master
Agreement wiih Northwest
Florida Area Agency on Aging,
Inc. for case management serv-


items on tap for
ices to the elderly. Highway 87, South on Landeira
SRequest for a "No-Wake Drive, property at the end of
Zone" on Blackwater River Landeira Drive.
during the 17th Annual
Riverwalk Fine Arts Festival, Public Services Committee
March 12 and 13, 2005.
Unf ll ap.ua.,l1.


Engineer's Report
Up for approval:
Preliminary Plat for
Eventide Estates, a 37 lot subdi-
vision of a portion of Section
16, Township 1 South, Range
28 West,. Santa Rosa County,
Florida. (Working District 1)
Submitting: 1 Copy of
Preliminary Plat
Location: 2 miles, more or
less, south of I-10 on Avalon
Boulevard, west on Bay
Meadows Drive to Bay Point
Boulevard property is on the
north side of the road.
Final Plat for Villa
Vizcaya First Addition, an 14
lot subdivision of a portion of
Section(s) 24, Township 2
South, Range 27 West, Santa
Rosa County, Florida. (Working
District 5)
Submitting: 1 Mylar of
Final Plat
one Copy of Final Plat
one Original Restrictive
C o v e n a n t s
one Original Tax Letter
one Original Title Opinion
Location: 2-1/2 miles, more or
less, West on Highway 98 from


FRUIT TREES


Varieties For Our Area


Peaches: Elberla, Suwannee,
Gia Bell, Sam Houston, Plums, 0
Santa Rosa, Bruce, Gold, ea.
Methley, Nectarines- Sungold


Satsuma, Kumquat (Sweet & Sour), Oranges (Navel),
Lemon (Meyer), Grapefruit (Red), Scuppernong (Fry-Jumbo),
Apple (Anna-Dorsett), Pears (Orient Kiefler), Figs (Brown Turkey),
Blueberries Jap Persimmon (Fuya) Pomegranate


Shade Trees & Shrubs
Red & Wr.ile Dogwood, Bradford Pears. Red Maple. SiI.er Maple.
Dwarf Red Maple. Flowering Cherry. Magnolia. Red Bud Red Rain
Sycamore. Weep.ng Willow


WALTHER NURSERY
Hwy. 182 West Next to Chumuckla School South from
Jay on Hwy. 197 (850) 994-5419 Open 6 Days from 8-5


up tor approval .
Request to schedule a
public hearing to hear nine (9)
rezonings, one small scale land
use amendment and one
amendment to the Land
D e v e o p m e n t
Code.
Public Works Committee
Up for approval:
Request for a four-way
stop at the intersection of


County
Regency Drive and Williams
Road in District one.
Recommend constructing
a limerock base and paving the
east end of Pennington Lane in
District One at an estimated
cost of $3,659.00.
Recommend installation
of school -zone lights for
Central High School at an esti-
mated cost of $13,200.00 with
funding from Secondary Road
F u n d s
Discussion of request from
John Howley to vacate a portion
of Railroad Street and opposi-
tion to the request from Harry
Harris.
Recommend scheduling a
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Not who we were


By JOSHUA WILKS
Press Gazette Staff Writer
Maybe we're finally getting it right way out
here in Santa Rosa County. We're enhancing cul-
ture with our demand for libraries and the arts
while striving to make education in this county
something other school systems admire and
model.
While the Santa Rosa Times (inside this edi-
tion of the Press Gazette) looks to the present,
we're still respecting the past and planning for the
future in this "heartland" of the Panhandle.
SAnd those who live in areas like Milton,
Bagdad, Jay and Floridatown have the advantage
of "being."
It was in these areas that industry thrived and
built the rest of the Panhandle.
We have what outsiders want-heritage.
Migrants and visitors alike crave the small-town
atmosphere that too many of us take for granted.
We are descendants of lumbermen who came
to the pristine piney woods of the Florida
Panhandle nearly two centuries ago. We were
farmers, fisherman, and railroad workers...our
names built this county, with many of those names
still on street signs or park signs or "welcome to"
community signs.
Most of us are related...by blood or by mar-
riage and can run down a family tree like working
a crossword puzzle-figuring it out by location
and association, filling in the blanks with what
makes the most sense.
We have the memories of grandparents and
front porches. We have the sweet scent of magno-
lias in bloom in our nostrils and we have the mem-
ories of a live oak's cooling canopy on a hot sum-
mer day in the back of our mind.
In such a trying year, we are overcoming the
worst circumstances with smiles on our faces and
neighborly love in our hearts-despite insurance
adjusters and FEMA.
And our county and civic leaders are working
hard for us...more now than ever.
We have unique organizations like the
Imogene Little Theatre group, the Santa Rosa
Literary Society, the Santa Rosa Arts and Culture
Foundation, and the Milton Mural, Society that
provide an outlet for community involvement and
talent.
We have music every Saturday night in down-,
.town Milton at Camelot Junction Antiques and a
host of other spots around the area.
We have a riverwalk park, a veterans memori-
al, and a farmer's market-all within spitting dis-
tance.
We have programs like Main Street Milton that
rolls back time, working hard to resurrect the old
architectural streetscapes with community pride.
And at the same time, the\ 're raising the aware-
ness of \hat people v.ant in a quaint place that's
rich in histon and culture like Mlihon.
We have the newly-formed Blackwater River
Foundation that is restoring the old Jones House
on Henry Street, in Milton. They have also
acquired the old Bagdad Mill site. They are not
only preserving and protecting the environment
and historic structures, but they're educating the
public on what they do..
SIt looks like this old pine tree country is fertile
ground for 21st century economics and culture.
Nope, we're not who we were, but with our
rapid growth, neither can we say who we will one
day be. We look forward to finding out.


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The FairTax is a real fair tax


FM: TIM WRIGHT
Dear Editor:
What does the first meeting of President Bush's
tax panel mean for the millions of members and sup-
porters of the Fair Tax-the leading proposal. for
replacing the income and payroll taxes with its pro-
gressive retail sales tax?
Congressman Steve King commented, "The
administration panel will find that all the promises
made by other tax plans, such as protecting the mid-
dle class,'closing loopholes and reducing the burden
on savings and investment are encompassed in the
FairTax, but the Fair Tax provides the real added value
to the American people in long-term advancement of'
the economy. We need to address fundamental tax
reform quickly, in the form of the Fair Tax so we can
put the power in the hands of the American workers."
Congressman King has stated accurately many of
the benefits of the Fair Tax. In contrast, the current
systems burden our working poor with compliance
costs-forcing them into the hands of unscrupulous
tax preparers with their 'instant refund' usurious
loans. And drives up the cost of their every purchase
with hidden corporate taxes and compliance costs.
And lowers their every paycheck with the most
regressive tax of all-Social Security withholding.
And drives manufacturing overseas, so they lose their
jobs.
We are pleased the panel is taking a closer look at
the current system. Its sins are numerous, far more
burdefisome to our working poor and those on fixed
incomes than most people.know.
Ho\e\er, according, to ,former Senator Daniel
Patrick lMo nmhan of New York, the FairTax is the
most 'well-researched tax proposal' to come before
Congress-a decade and more than $22 million in
research. The Fair Tax ensures no American pays any
tax-via withholding, hidden in retail prices, or via
tax returns-up.to the poverty level. The panel should
take a long hard look at what is happening today and
compare it to the fairest (according to polls) and sim-
plest tax of all-the Fair Tax.
.From a political \ ability) standpoint, some 75 per-
cent of Ainericans, regardless of political or econom-
ic background, find the Fair Tax to be an excellent
solution to the inadequaciesand abuses of the income
tax, the IRS and Social Security taxes as they exist
today. The current code must go,
Former IRS Commissioner Fred Goldberg, Jr. has
a lot to say about our current system. I could not agree
with him more when he said, "The importance of this
effort cannot be overstated: an intrusive, unresponsive
;ind iun\orkable ia\ \stenm is imposing an.unaccept-
able burden on :our citizens and is a primary cause for
the % widespread ditrust of government."
Karen Walby, Ph.D., chief economist 'for
FairTax.org made these comments: "FairTax.org sup-
ports a federal consumption tax replacing the income
and pay roll taj:e virtually eliminating the bureaucra-
cy and complexity of which former Commissioner has
spoken."
A consumption tax taxes in proportion to what is
consumed...what is taken from society rather than
what is produced.
It does not, tax savings. The greater incentive to
save increases the availability of loanablee' funds that
businesses borrow to finance new technology,
research and deeelopmient, new plants and equipment
thereby creating new jobs.
In contrast, the current income tax system dis-
courages personal savings and investments by taxing
capital gains, dividends and interest earned.
Wage earners struggle under the burden of a very
regressive payroll' tax. These multiple layers of
income taxation cripple people's ability and incentive
to save for retirement, leaving. them with less income
than they need to secure their retirement and more


dependent on government programs.
A consumption tax levied on final consumption at
the retail level (as the FairTax) is easily understood
and is not intrusive; whereas, the income tax system
is so complex that no one, not even the experts, under-'
stand it and its enforcement requires that the taxpay-
er sacrifice significant privacy.

Disagrees with letter writer
FM: PAUL ALLEN
Dear Editor:
I am offended by the letter authored by Hugh
Eldridge in the February 2 edition.
He is a hypocrite hiding behind a banner of
"Republicans-only Christianity."
If you do not agree with the philosophy of Mr.
Eldridge, you are a scum bag, pervert, American-hate,
God-hater and all-around evil person. Which trans-
lates to him as "Democrat."
Republicans are not the only Christians.
Judge not, lest you be judged.
It is true that Bush received 51% of the vote
which also means that 49% of the American people
voted against him.
Democrats support our troops in Iraq. That does-
n't mean they support the policies of this administra-
tion. Martha Stewart was sent to prison for lying to an
investigator. George W. lied to the United Nations,
Congress and, the American people about Iraq and
was elected to four more years in power. Sounds kind
of odd, doesn't it?
Mr. Eldridge is concerned about "cartoons"?
I wonder if he is truly concerned about 1,400 mil-
'itary people dying in Iraq? Aid another 20,000 or so
injured. We really don't have the true facts because
that information is controlled by George W. Bush and
he .doesn't want the American people to know the
truth.
I do agree with Mr. Eldridge about his next to last
paragraph. He says, "Too long, for those of us who
love this country and our God have sat back and let
the trash that presently call themselves senators and
congressmen have their way without responding to
their disgusting tactics."
I'm so happy to read that he didn't print
'Democrat' before that statement.
History will give us the final truth.


Could we still do it?
FM: EDWARD M. ROUSE
Dear Editor:
Since I write a column regularly for our wonder-
ful newspaper, I am reluctant to take more space and
ink than I deserve. However, as a former United
States Marine, I feel compelled to remind our gentle
readers that as I write this, it is the 60th anniversary
of the battle for Iwo Jima.
On this day, my mind turns toward a few signifi-
cant historical facts concerning the battle:
Iwo Jima encompasses a total of eight square
miles of territory and there were 36 days of pitched
battle. A total of 26 Medals of Honor were award for
gallantry above and beyond the call of duty during the
battle including five Medals of Hopor in pne day by
the 5th Marine Division.
'The United States Marine Corps suffered over
25,000 casualties during the battle including 6,800
Marines who were killed in action. The enemy suf-
fered over 22,000 casualties all of whom were killed
in action except 212 prisoners of war.
My friends, I have only one other observation to
make if you would be so kind as to indulge me for a
moment. Do you really think, in your heart of hearts,
that we as Americans are still capable of such sacri-
fice as we made at Iwo Jima if it was again necessary?
Semper Fidelis.


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You Spoke Out,

Santa Rosa...
Monday; 5:43 a.m.
My name is Jack. I'm calling
about the article about the Girl
'Scout Cookies. I, too, bought
some of the cookies. I first
thought the troop leader was pay-
ing for the shipping. I'd like to
know exactly who is paying for
the shipping. Are the girls? Is the
troop leader? Or are we?

Saturday, 12:42 p.m.
This is Jim. I just want to say
I hopethe state legislature doesn't
pass a bill to allow the politicians
to pass a tax without our vote. If
they do, we'll all be in the poor
house.:I've never seen a politician
that had enough money.

Saturday, 1:33 p.m.
I don't know what Senator,
Nelson thought he was doing. I
also thought something was odd
when he suggested Whiting could
be in danger. The whole concept
of BRAC is that no one can know
anything about the list until it is
released. Sounds to me .like he
just wants to throw a threat out
there, and then take credit for sav-
ing the base when it isn't closed.

Saturday, 5:14 p.m.
Fort Rucker keeps trying to
take our helicopter training away.
Over the last decade or so, I don't
know if I can count the number of
times they have made a run at our
base. I think it is time we do the
running. Let's suggest that
Rucker be closed and the helicop-
ter training there be moved to
Milton. What's good for the
goose should be good for the gan-
der.

Saturday, 7:43 p.m.
'All Ft. Rucker is doing is try-
ing to make themselves so impor-
tant that they would be immune to
closure. Surely all the powers that
be in Washington can see through
that. In fact, it is so transparent, it
just might backfire. If I were a
decision-maker, I'd wonder why
that base felt so vulnerable.
Maybe because they don't accom-
plish much there, in the first place.
Hmm.


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:hidden areas," notes Bryant.
That process involves using
I.thermo-imagery to look for
moisture pockets.
Much of that, say officials,
was concentrated in the roof's
fire-protective sheetrock layer.
"The roof was inundated
with mold," Bryant notes.
"Sheetrock is a great food
Source for mold-the majority
may have been contained
there."
As construction overhead
comes to a finish, experts say
the primary goal will be to keep
things dry and inhospitable for
the pesky spores.
"Once the roof is on, we'll
have eliminated all the moisture
sources. Once you stop the


moisture, the mold can't grow,"
Bryant observes.
Remaining moisture con-
tent will be reduced through
dehumidifier use.
"Moisture can come in
from inadequate air condition-
ing that doesn't keep humidity
out," Bryant points out.
Architects will study the
Department's air conditioning
system to make sure it's ade-
quate to keep future moisture
levels down, say officials.
Once cleaning is complete,
restoration can begin.
"We're underway," says
Bryant. "All we have to worry
about now is the weather coop-
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By DEBORAH NELSON
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Santa Rosa recently wel-
comed a new bone health spe-
cialist to the area, when Dr.
George Papacostas came on
board at Santa Rosa
Orthopedics.
Papacostas relocated to the
Milton area from Cincinnati,
where he completed his resi-
dency at University Hospital.
Both he and his wife hail from
the northeastern Ohio area, but
Papacostas says the couple is
adjusting nicely to Santa Rosa's
climate and local amenities:,
"My wife really liked the
beach," he notes.
The doctor specializes in
foot and ankle surgery, but pre-
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Bankrupt


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company now moves into reor-
ganizational bankruptcy under
Chapter 11 laws and Winn-
Dixie officials say they will
continue to honor the Customer
Reward Cards and all other cus-
tomer programs and policies
including those pertaining to
coupons, gift cards and refunds.
Winn-Dixie spokesmen say,
"Winn-Dixie intends to use the
reorganization process to take
additional action to improve its
operations and financial per-
formance and strengthen its
Business. The Company is mov-
Sing forward with new sales and
merchandising initiatives to
improve its customers' shop-
ping experience and help drive
Sales growth."
At press time, company
spokesmen' said there was no
Immediate word on how the
reorganization plan might affect
any of the company's almost
1,000 stores, but did say the
grocery chain would be "taking
steps to substantially reduce its
lease obligations on previously
closed stores."
Company officials say, as


Winn-Dixie moves through the
bankruptcy process, it will
"implement further asset ration-
alization, additional asset sales
and expense reduction plans to
enhance productivity and take
best advantage of its asset
base."
Officials with the
Jacksonville-based Winn-Dixie
say, the firm has secured $800
million in debtor-in-possession
(DIP) financing from Wachovia
Bank. Subject to court
approval, the DIP funds will
replace the company's previous
$600 million credit line.
Following Winn-Dixie's
second quarter financial results,


in which the company reported
increased losses and reduced
liquidity, coupled with subse-
quent credit downgrades from
major rating agencies, Winn-
Dixie says it experienced a
tightening of credit from some
of its vendors.
Winn-Dixie's shares, which
fell eight cents Friday, closed at
$1.47 and have fallen 77 per-
cent in the last year. Also during
the last year, Winn-Dixie saw
its position fall from the 12th-
largest supermarket (in terms of
sales) to the 16th
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demand, he'll be working a lot
of hip surgery into his schedule.
Papacostas says, like many
of his colleagues, it was his own
personal experience that intro-
duced him to orthopedics.
"I bioke my kneecap at
14-I kind of got interested at
that point," he observes.
In addition to Santa Rosa's
lifestyle, Papacostas says
another important consideration
influenced his decision to relo-
cate south.
Partnership is one of the
most important decisions a
physician makes, he points out.
"It's like a marriage-you
have to find the right person or
its going to fail," he notes.
The physician says he
anticipates a long and happy
working relationship with his
new colleagues.
Any free advice on keeping
those bones healthy?
Papacostas recommends
regular stretching exercises to
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are going to be," he points out.
"Bones respond to stress-the
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stronger they're going to be."
For more information about
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Mark those calendars now
and plan for dinner, mystery,
intrigue and fun.
For residents who like the
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The mystery will be keen,
officials promise, and it will all
be served up with a tasty meal
to boot.
With limited seating avail-
able, the Milton Clubhouse
Trustees will present "Death
Takes A Honeymooner," at 7
p.m., Friday and Saturday, Feb.
25 and 26.
The production will be pre-
sented by members of the
Imogene Little Theater group,
with proceeds going to the
repair and restoration of the his-
toric Milton Woman's Club and
Shakespeare Club clubhouse,
from damages resulting from
Hurricane Ivan.
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Club was founded in 1912, and Malice, and Ted Snorton must
the Woman's Club was founded find the real killer to prove their
in 1913. The two organizations innocence.
have shared the Clubhouse The play was written by
since 1939. Tom O. Hill, a journalist from
The building has an historic Dauphin Island, Ala., and is
significance,. says Paula Lou directed by Don Goodrum.
Mapoles, member of the "(The production) will
Clubhouse. The building was serve as a venue for people to
Milton's first public library, and go and see a good, live show,"
was a U.S.O. dance hall during Mapoles says. "And will also
World War II, when ladies from
the group would sell refresh-
ments. County
The Trustees, a board com-
prised of the GFWC Milton Continued From Page Three.
Woman's Club and the Milton ,pubic Hearing for the right of
Shakespeare Club, is charged vacation of Security Street in
with overseeing the mainte- the Progressive Homes subdivi-
nance, restoration and repair of sion as recorded in plat book B,
the historic clubhouse. The page 1.
group is having the dinner the- Recommend scheduling a
ater event to raise needed Public Hearing for the right of
monies to make repairs to the way vacation.for one half of the
building caused by Hurricane Railroad Street right of way
Ivan. adjacent to parcel ID# 23-IN-
In this production, a spoof 29-1210-03300-0100.
of Gleason's timeless sitcom, Economic
Rolf and Malice Crampton's Development
getaway to a Ratskill Mountain Committee
resort is spoiled when their
downstairs neighbors, the Up for approval:
Snortons, show up unexpected- Recommendation by
ly. When Dixie Snorton is TEAM Santa Rosa EDC, Inc.
found dead in the hedge border- for the advertisement of sale of
ing the croquet field, Rolf, two acres of property located on


NOTICE OF ZONING AND LAND
USE CHANGE
The Santa Rosa County Local Planning Board will be holding a public hearing concerning
the following rezonings and future land use amendment requests as indicated on March 10,
2005, at 6:00 p.m. at the Administrative Complex Center, Commissioners Board Room,
6495 Caroline Street, Milton, Florida:

* Steve Hering (2005-R-009) requests to rezone approximately 3.672 acres from HCD
(Highway Commercial Development) to M-2 (General Industrial) and change the Future
Land Use Map from Commercial to Industrial at the property on the north side of Gulf
Breeze Parkway, east of Woodlawn Beach Road and west of Oak Drive, Gulf Breeze,
Florida; Section 19, Township 2S, Range 27W.
* Steve Hering (2005-R-010) requests to rezone approximately 1.24 acres from R-1M
(Mixed Residential Subdivision) to NC (Neighborhood Commercial) and change the Future
Land Use Map from Single Family Residential (up to 4 units/acre) to Commercial at the
property on the south side of Pecos Pass, east of El Paso Trail and west of Hondo Trail,
Gulf Breeze, Florida; Section 19, Township 2S, Range 27W.
* Steve Hering (2005-R-011) requests to rezone approximately 0.46 acres from HCD
(Highway Commercial Development) to M-2 (General Industrial) and change the Future
Land Use Map from Commercial to Industrial at the property on the'south side of East Bay
Boulevard, east of Riverside Landing Drive and west of Ola Broxson Road, Navarre,
Florida; Section 08, Township 2S, Range 26W.
* Tom Hammond (2005-R-012) requests to rezone approximately 2.32 acres from R-1
(Single Family Residential/4 units/acre) and R-1M (Mixed Residential Subdivision/4
units/acre) to R-2 (Medium Density Residential/10 units/acre) at the property on the north
side of Capital Drive, west of America Avenue, Gulf Breeze, Florida; Section 17 & 19,
Township 2S, Range 27W.
* William Johnson (2005-R-015) requests to rezone approximately 4.36 acres from R-l
(Single Family Residential) to AG (Agriculture) and change the Future Land Use Map from
Single Family Residential (up to 4 units/acre) to Agriculture (1 unit/acre) at the property on
the east side of Guernsey Road, south of Bagwell Road, Pace, Florida; Section 17,
Township IN, Range 29W.
* Robert & Sheila Cole (2005-R-016) requests to rezone approximately 5 acres from AG
(Agriculture) to HCD (Highway Commercial Development) and change the Future Land
Use Map from Agriculture (1 unit/acre) to Commercial at the property on the north side of
Welcome Church Road, west of Highway 87 South and south of Interstate 10, Milton,
Florida; Section 05, Township IN, Range 27W.
* Buddy Page (2005-R-017) requests to rezone approximately 1.44 acres from NC
(Neighborhood Commercial) to HCD (Highway Commercial Development) at the property
on the west side of Chumuckla Highway, north of Berryhill Road and south of Ashmore
Lane, Pace, Florida; Section 32, Township 2N, Range 29W.
* Grover Robinson (2005-R-018) requests to rezone approximately 9 acres from AG
(Agriculture) to HCD (Highway Commercial Development) and change the Future Land
Use Map from Agriculture (1 unit/acre) to Commercial at the property on the east side of
Chumuckla Highway, north of Berryhill Road and south of Ashmore Lane, Pace, Florida;
Section 32, Township 2N, Range 29W.
* Thomas Lee Goodson (2005-R-019) requests to rezone approximately 8.92 acres from R-l
(Single Family Residential/4 units/acre) to R-1A (Single Family Residential/6 units/acre) at.
the property on the south side of Navarre Parkway, east of Heritage Parkway and west of
Braden Road, Navarre, Florida; Section 22, Township 2S, Range 26W.
* Rebol-Battle & Associates (2005-R-020) requests to rezone approximately 9.85 acres from
RR-1 (Rural Residential Single Family) to R-1 (Single Family Residential) and change the
Future Land Use Map from Garcon Point Rural Residential (2 units/acre) to Garcon Point
Single Family Residential (4 units/acre) at the property on the south side of Henzelman
Drive, east of Flowerwood Drive and west of Windsor Castle Boulevard, Milton, Florida;
Section 27, Township IN, Range 28W.
* Seaside Engineering & Surveying, Inc. (2005-R-021) requests to rezone approximately 1.6
acres from R-2 (Medium Density Residential) to HCD (Highway Commercial
Development) and change the Future Land Use Map from Residential (up to 18 units/acre)
to Commercial at the property on the south side of Navarre Parkway, east of Bumble Bee
Lane and west of Navarre Sound Circle, Navarre, Florida; Section 21, Township 2S, Range
26W.
* Tom Hammond (2005-R-022) requests to rezone approximately 2.38 acres from R-1M
(Mixed Residential Subdivision/4 units/acre) to R-2 (Medium Density Residential/10
units/acre) at the property on the south side of Sunset Drive, east of Pawnee Drive and west
of Panhandle Trail, Navarre, Florida; Section 15, Township 2S, Range 26W.
The items to be considered may be reviewed at the Planning & Zoning Department,
6051 Old Bagdad Highway, Milton, Florida, or you may call (850) 981-7075 or (850) 939-
1259. All interested parties are invited to attend and present verbal or written statements.
If a person decides to appeal any decision made with respect to any matter considered at
such meeting, such person will need a record of the proceeding and, for such purpose, such
person may need to ensure that a verbatim record of the proceeding is made, which record
includes the testimony and evidence upon which the appeal is to be based.
Santa Rosa County adheres to the Americans with Disabilities Act and will make reason-
able modifications for access to this meeting upon request. Please call Santa Rosa County
Planning, Zoning and Development Division at (850) 981-7075 or (850) 939-1259 to make
a request. For Hearing-Impaired, 1-800-955-8770 (Voice). Requests must be received at
least 48 hours in advance of the meeting in order to provide the requested service.


the north side of Opportunity
Drive within the Santa Rosa
County Industrial Park.
Budget and
Financial
Management Committee
Up for approval:


)remieres Friday


be a time to enjoy a good meal
during the four acts of the play."
Tickets can be purchased
from Woman's Club and
Shakespeare Club members and
are available at the Santa Rosa
Chamber of Commerce, located
at 5247 Stewart St., in Milton.
There is a maximum seating
capacity of fifty for each night.
The cost is $25.


Submitted bid by GT
Grandstands for bleachers for
various parks, as the overall low
bidder meeting specifications.
Recommend approval to
accept unclaimed overbid
money from Tax Deed Sale 04-
210 amount of $50,332.70.
Budget Amendment 2005
- 041 in the amount of $90,000.
Funds installation of traffic sig-
nal at Whispering Pine Blvd &
Highway 98 from Electric
Franchise Fee Road Reserves.
Budget Amendment 2005
- 042 in the amount of $18,609.
Funds purchase of bleachers for
Navarre Soccer Complex from
District IV recreation funds.
Budget Amendment 2005
- 043 in the amount of $31,073.
Carries forward authorized but
unspent Industrial Park
improvement funds.
Budget Amendment 2005
- 044 in the amount of $25,000.
Funds contract with Sam
Marshall Architects for updat-


The Milton Clubhouse is
located at 6863 Oak Street, one
block -south of Highway 90, in
downtown Milton. For more
information, call Mapoles at
626-9567.

Story written by
Joshua Wilks.
Reach him at:
Wilks@ sr-pg.com


ing the County space needs
analysis.
Budget Amendment 2005
- 045 in the amount of
$304,605. Carries forward the
unspent portion of District
Contract Paving funds in the
following amounts: District 1:
$69,154; District 2: $120,474;
District 3:, $77,615; District 4:
$3,523; and, District 5: 33,839.
Budget Amendment 2005
- 046 in the amount of
$134,197. Carries forward the
unspent portion of District
Road, Materials funds in the fol-
lowing amounts: District 1:
36,223; District 2: $53,101;
District 3: $2,725; District 4:
$29,164; and, District 5:
($20,016).
Recommend Approval of
County Expenditures/Check
Register.


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Wilks. Reach him at:
w.ilks@sr-pg.com


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"Chief, do I have to report
the FEMA check (money)
that I received to the VA? I
receive Non-service
Connected Pension."

No, any funds received as a
result of a loss because of a
natural disaster or fire does not
have to be reported to VA as
income.

"Chief, I. didn't receive
Total CRDP (Concurrent
S Receipt Disability Pay) this
S month. I'm 100% service-
connected. What gives?"

Over the. past couple, of
months I have received weekly
telephone calls .about CRDP.
SHere goes. First off, just
because. you are receiving
S100% service-connected com-
pensation does not mean that
ou are 100% service-connect-
ed. Huh!! VA pays 100% serv-
ice connected compensation
pay when veterans are not rated
100% service-connected.
Veterans receive the 100'r.
Compensation due to their not
being able to work. This is
called individual
SUnemployabilirN (IU). Current
Pentagon thinking is those
receiving 100% compensation
pay because of IU will not
Receive complete CRDP. These
veterans- will have to go;
through the 10 year phases-in
program.
No%, those veterans' that
Sha\e a single disability that is
rated as 100% service-connect-,
ed have already' received com-
plete CRDP. The\ are recei\-
S ing total military retirement
and 100% compensation pay.
Remember, CRDP is a taxable
income. Don't you .just love the
IRS.

"Chief, my CRDP
(Concurrent Receipt
Disability Pay) is greater
than a 10% increase. What
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Example, those with 50% rat-
Sing got an increase of 2b'W
While those with 80% rang
goat. a 33% increase. If you
have a question, call DF.S at
1-800-321-10801


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By DEBORAH NELSON
Press Gazette Staff Writer.
As Santa Rosa recovers
from Ivan's aftermath and
begins to move forward, plans
are in place toi help shape future
development in the Navarre
area...from the ground up.
The Santa Rosa County
.Board of Commissioners voted,
in October, to approve Navarre
Town Center recommendations
and move them forward for
implementation.
That in\ olhes finalizing
changes to Santa Rosa's Land
Development Code, something
planning officials are currently
in the process of completing:
"Otherwise, we have no
way of enforcing ,it," notes
Town Center coordinator Kacey
\\agg.
Final approval of Code
changes must still be approved
by the.Board. Such approvaldis
current slated for April.
The Plan is designed to dis-
tribute commercial and residen-
tial development in a way that
would preserve a "small seaside
town" atmosphere.
Planners say the Town
Center concept prevents "cook-
ie-curter" development. chan-
nels gro%\uh "up" rather than
"out." preserves trees, creates
more open spaces and fewer
hard surfaces. and preserves
public water r \ie s. ,
although height limit
changes proved a point of con-
tention throughout the process.
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to future zoning and land use.
Plan recommendations.
include a variety of public
amenities, such as bike paths,
trails and sidewalks, under-:
ground utilities and improved
infrastructure, pond-style
stormwater storage, parks,, an
amphitheater and other 'com-
mon area" projects.
Officials say the county is
currently working on \aNy to
bring.the Town Center's vision
to fulfillment.
One priniar question, will,
be, <\ here to find the money and
land necessary to implemIent
public access projects.
'Possible: funding sources
pre\ iouly suggested iiiclude
grants, special assessments,
south-end taxing districts,
impact fees, intergovernmental
loans, and tourist bed taxes.
S"The e\xcing thing is,-pri-
ite de\ eloperis ho are talking
about doing some of those
(projects') at their expense,"
. \agg jd'ds.
She further points out, one,
way to ensure such projects
remain in the public domain is
to require builders to set aside
land in exchange for land use
allowances such as increased,
density, rezoning. Officials"
have indicated similar school.
land donations are in the works
for.a 900-home de\ elopmen off
Berryhill Rd. that was recently
approved for iezone..
The county also .plans to
pursue grants and other revenue
sources to fund some of the pro-
posed Town. Center projects,


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The Navarre toll bridge which some may call the 'Gateway to Navarre'


notes Wagg. Large projects such
as the amphitheatre are proba-
bly a few y ears do\\n the road,
s. officials. ',
If successful, the public
iniut-oriented program could
prove a model for future de'el-
opment planning in other por-
iorns of the county. Although
Santa Rosa's rural areas hae
very different needs from beach
zone'. the public input planning


process allo0 s for a program
tailored to individual communi-
ty needs, say officials.
Localized factors such as
environment, housing choices
and business climate "go to the
economic heart of hat's neces-
sarn to sustain a community and
sutll retain a sense of place."
Wagg points out. "It's more dif-
ficult to retrofit it than to get it
nht[ the first time."
The one point of contention
throughout the Town Center
process centered on changes to
building height limits.
Project recommendations
allo\\ 100-foot building heights
in the "Heart of Navarre,"
stretching south of Highway 98 .
along the sound-front.
Surrounding, zones would
allow 75-foot, structures from
Laredo southward 'along:
Highway 87. The current limit
is 50-feet.
Wagg says the count)
already has several builders
interested in constructing' esi-
dential condominiums at both


the current 50-foot limit as \well
as: projected future height
increases.
Land De'elopment Code
changes would require view-
shed spaces to be maintained
between soundfront buildings.
to preserve public views of the
w after.
The design comprises two
distinct zoning districts, a cen-
tral core arej and a surrounding
zone.
Land use code changes to
the core business district would
require first floors be used for
commercial purposes, with resi-
dential areas allowed only on
upper building floors.
The outlying district would
allow a mix of residential and
commercial uses.
Officials say they expect
commercialuses to lend to\% ard
areas closer to core business
district, with residential areas
Asset further out.
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:ondiminiums, but if the Navarre Town Center concept is followed,
rctures could greallk increase.


Comuiit Briesi


because the donor liver was dis-
eased. She isjust \ aitinr for the
next liver that matches her. In
the meantime, her medical
expenses keep going on.
Members of her church family
are holding a benefit ) ard sale at
5740 Westmont Road, Milton to
help cover these medical
expenses. The sale will take
place Friday, March 4th and
Saturday, March 5th from 7
a.m. to 1 p.m.


Project Grad yard
sale coming soon
Milton High School Project
Graduation will be hosting a
yard sale (date to be announced)
to raise funds for Graduation
Night! The school needs your\
help! If you have any items you
can donate, we will be glad to
pick them up or you can drop
them off at Clark's Lock & Safe


on Berrvhill Road, Milton. A
cash donation can also be made
and we will happily pick that up
also. Call Connie at 623-0302,
626-6557 or 380-9507.

Republican
Club to meet
The Republican Club of
Santa Rosa County will hold its
end of the month meeting and
Dutch Treat Dinner at La
Hacienda Mexican Restaurant
6471 Highway 90, Milton, Fl
32570 at 6:30 p.m. on
Thursday February 24, 2005.
The featured speaker is Mr.
Guy Thompson; Mayor of
Milton. This meeting is open to
the public. For additional infor-
mation please contact Morgan
Lamb, President at 850-939-
2409 or Email
morganlamb@mchsi.com /
www.srcrc.org




UWF hosts
Brown Bag Sell
The University of West
Florida Small Business
Development Center (401 E.
Chase Street, Suite 00) is pre-
senting a Brown-Bag Can Sell"
on Wednesday, March 2, from
12 noon to 1 p.m. There are
three components of a business
owner: the manager, the techni-
cian and the entrepreneur. Each
of these roles is important to
building a business. Without
adequate mastery of all three,
the owner will be little more
than self-employed. Creating a
business requires the develop-
ment of systems that minimize
dependence on the owner's abil-
ities. Successful businesses can
be sold. During this workshop,
we will talk about building a


business to sell. The seminar is
free, however; registration is
highly recommended.
Attendees .are encouraged to
bring their own lunch. For fur-
ther information, or to register,
call 850.473.7830 or go to the
website (www.sbdc.uwf.edu).

Blood
Drive at Milton
Animal Hospital
The Milton Animal Hospital
will be having a Blood Drive on
Saturday, March 12 from 12:30
to 4 p.m. The Milton Animal
Hospital is located at 4282
Avalon Blvd., Milton. Contact
Michelle or Amanda at 623-
6780.
Submit your
community news to 6629'
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Obituaries


Richards,
John Gary
1955 2005
John Gary Richards, age 49,
of Baton Rouge, LA, died sud-
denly Monday, February 14,
2005.
He was born and raised in
Milton, and was a 1973 graduate
of Milton High School. He had
worked and resided in Baton
Rouge for many years. John was
a loving father and brother and
will be dearly missed. He was a
member of the Milton congrega-
tion of the Community of Christ
Church, formerly RLDS.
He was preceded in death by
his parents-C.W. (Rich) and R.
L. Richards.
He leaves behind many loved


ones. He is survived by his
daughter-Lt. Amber Richards
Miller USAF, and her hus-
band-Mike; his son-Airman
Gary Richards, USAF; his step-
son-Donald Enterkin; his
brothers -Ricky (Eileen)
Richards of Zachary, LA, and
Bruce (Merna) Richards of
Milton; nephews-Richard and
Ryan McQuigen of Zachary,
LA, and Chip Clyatt of Milton;
nieces-Ellen (BJ) Redden and
Lisa Clyatt of Milton; great
nieces and nephews-Diana and
Carson Redden of Milton;
Madison, Clase and Matthew
McQuigen of Zachary; One
uncle and :aunt-Oliver and
Mary Simmons of Bagdad, and
many cousins in and out of the
area.
The funeral was 10 a.m.,


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Saturday, February 19, 2005 at
Donnie Sowell Funeral Home,
Milton, FL. Evangelists, Hubert
Smith and Leslie Kelly officiat-
ed.
Active pallbearers were Joe
Urquhart II, Gary Mooneyham,
Chuck Bassett, Robert Lewis,
Joe Moberly, Steve Gobeli,
Buddy Hinote and Kenny
Cranford.
Honorary pallbearers were
B.J. Redden, Chip Clyatt, Mike
Miller, Claude Duvall, Howard
Duvall, Lou LaFever, Jr., Alex
Fowlkes, Frankie Coon, Hugh
Powell, Lefty Swanson, and
Curtis Williams.
Donnie Sowell Funeral
Home of Milton was in charge
of arrangements.

Price,
Bertie Tolbert
1919-2005
Bertie (Tolbert) Price, age 85,
of Holley, died Thursday,
February 17, 2005.
She was a native of Holley
and had resided in this area for
most of her life. She was a mem-
ber of the Pace Assembly of God
Church, was retired from the
Transportation' Department of
the Santa Rosa County School
Board. Mrs. Price was the last


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and Elizabeth Tolbert, pioneer
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Eli Price, and her 2 sons Joe
and Buddy.
She is survived by her son-
Bart (Scottie) Price; her daugh-
ter-Juanita VanDesteeg; 16
grandchildren, 28 great grand-
children, and 3 great-great
grandchildren.
Funeral services were 3 p.m.,
Sunday, February 20, 2005 at
the Pace Assembly of God
Church. Rev. Glyn Lowery,
assisted by Rev. Grady Sowell
and Rev. David Tolbert officiat-
ed with her burial being in the-
Elizabeth Chapel Cemetery.
Active pallbearers were
Stephen Price, Conrad Price,
Michael Parker, Gene Parker,
John Price, John VanDesteeg.
The Bertie Price family
would like to sincerely thank
the staff of NHC Nursing Home


and Mary Ellen of Covenant
Hospice for their love and care.
Donnie Sowell Funeral
Home of Milton was in charge
of arrangements.

Burton, Jack Dean
1929 -2005
Jack Dean Burton, age 75, of
Gulf Breeze, FL, died Thursday,
February 17, 2005 in a local
hospital.
Mr. Burton had been a resi-
dent of Gulf Breeze for the past
3 years coming here from
Colorado Springs, CO. He
attended .the Navarre
Presbyterian Church and was a
member of the Masonic Lodge
in Pattonsburg, MO. He was
retired from the U.S. Air Force.
He loved to fish and hunt. He
was a loving husband and
father.
Survivors include his wife-
Rosalee Burton; 1 son-David


Warne (Mary) Burton; 1
daughter- Catherine (Dennis)
Glass; 1. brother-Norman
(Carol) Burton; 1 sister-
Phyllis (Richard) Weber ; and 8
grandchildren.
Services were 11 a.m.,
Tuesday, February 22, 2005 at
the Navarre Presbyterian
Church with Rev. Nan Adams,
pastor of the church, officiating.
Burial will be in Barrancas
National Cemetery at a later
date.
Contributions may be made
to the American Cancer Society
Excambia/Gulf Breeze and
Santa Rosa Units, 701 E.
Cervantes Street, Pensacola,
FL; 32501-3209 or Navarre
Presbyterian Church, 1870
Lowe Road, Navarre, FL,
32566.
Lewis Funeral Home,
Navarre Chapel, was in charge
of arrangements.


Spending Your Calorie Salary:


Tips for Using the 2005
Dietary Guidelines
By: Linda K. Bowman
Santa Rosa County Extension


The 2005 Dietary Guidelines
for Americans place a stronger
emphasis on decreasing calorie
intake and increasing physical
activity than past guidelines.
There are more specific guide-
lines about the types and
amounts of foods to eat. Greater
consumption of nutrient-dense
foods foods packed with
vitamins, minerals, fiber, and
other nutrients but lower in
calories is encouraged.
Think of following the new
2005 Dietary Guidelines as
spending your "calorie salary."
Plan your calories the same as
you might plan a major.expense
such as a car, house, vacation,
etc. For example:
1. Stay within your budget.
Spending beyond our finan-
cial budget leads to conse-
quences, such as losing our-
house if we can't make the pay-
ments.
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your calorie salary.
A great-looking car with bad
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bargain if it wipes out our budg-
et if we buy it and it provides
undependable transportation..
Choosing foods that do little
to meet nutrient needs even
if they're within our calorie
salary can put our health at
risk. Four key recommenda-
tions of the 2005 Dietary
Guidelines are: Consume a suf-
ficient amount of fruits and veg-
etables' while staying within
energy needs. Two cups of fruit
and 2-1/2 cups of vegetables
per day are recommended for a
reference 2,000-calorie intake,
with higher or lower amounts
depending on the calorie level.
Select from all five vegetable
subgroups several times a week.
Examples of vegetables from
these subgroups include:
DARK GREEN VEGETA-
BLES-Broccoli, spinach,
most greens such as spinach,
collards, turnip greens, kale,
beet and mustard greens, green
leaf lettuce, and romaine lettuce
ORANGE VEGETA-'
BLES--Carrot. sweet pota-
toes, winter squash, pumpkin
LEGUMES (DRY
BEANS)-Dry beans, chick-
peas
STARCHY VEGETA-
BLES-Corn, white potatoes,
green peas
OTHER VEGETABLES-
Tomatoes, cabbage, celery,
cucumber, lettuce, onions, pep-
pers, green beans, cauliflower,
mushrooms, summer squash
Choose a variety of fruits
each day. Eat fresh, frozen,
canned, or dried fruit, rather
than drinking fruit juice, for
most of your fruit choices.
Consume 3 cups per day of
fat-free or low-fat milk or


equivalent milk products.
Consume 3 or more one-
ounce equivalents of, whole-
grain products per day, with the
rest of the recommended grains
coming from enriched or.
whole-grain products. In gener-
al, at least half the grains should
come from whole grains.
3. Spend on extras after the
necessities are purchased.
Buying new and expensive
pieces of furniture can be more
fun than paying for mainte-
nance and upkeep of your
house. But the enjoyment is
short-lived if your house deteri-
orates over time.
Splurging on high-fat and
high-sugar foods, while
neglecting the basic recommen-
dations, can have the same
effect on our bodies. The 2005
Dietary Guidelines call these
extras "discretionary calories."
For more information or if
you have a question, call Linda
Bowman, Family and
Consumer Sciences Extension
Faculty, The University of
Florida/IFAS-Santa Rosa
County Extension, at 850-623-
3868, between the hours of 8:00
am and 4:30 pm weekdays.
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Sacred Heart Health System:


New Pace facilities strengthen it's 90 year old ties to area residents


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By OBIE CRAIN
Special Projects Writer

For 90 years now Sacred
Heart Health System has unfail-
ingly observed a commitment to
the health needs of its friends
and neighbors in Santa Rosa
County.
And today that health care
network is continuing its pledge
to local residents through its
Sacred Heart Medical Group in
Pace where a team of cutting
edge, medical professionals
offers one of the" best sources
from which to choose a primary
care physician.
At Sacred Heart Medical
Group in Pace with offices
located at 4435 Highway 90,
you'll find a professional and
administrative staff that's
friendly, compassionate, and
genuinely interested in your
health and wellness. There are
three- family practice physi-
cians, including Dr. Laura A.
Harrison, Dr. Daniel Hickman,
and Dr. Mark Josephson, and
obstetrics and gynecology spe-
cialist, Dr. Dina M. Navarro.
Dr. Navarro who enjoys
tennis, skiing, traveli-g, music,
and spending time with her
family is a lady as well as a doc-
tor, and her charm and under-
standing of family matters will
set you immediately at ease.
She spends four days each week
at the Pace facility and sees
patients one day a week at her
Navarre office located at 8888
Navarre Parkway in South
Santa Rosa County.
Dr. Navarro received her
bachelor of science degree at
Johns Hopkins University in
Baltimore and her medical
degree at Nova/Southeastern
University of Health Sciences
in Davie, Florida. She complet-
ed her residency training in
Obstetrics and Gynecology at
the University of Florida
SCollege of Medicine based at
Sacred Heart Hospital in
Pensacola.
She identifies well with
young people and finds that her
rapport with them and their
family members serves her well
in taking .care of them and
becoming involved in their
"growing up."
Although Sacred Heart has
served residents of Santa Rosa
County since 1915, the actual
establishment of physical facili-
ties in the county only began 20
years ago. From its initial open-
ing of Tiger Point Family Care
.Center in 1984 (now Sacred
Heart Medical Group), Sacred
Heart's growth in Santa Rosa
has escalated at an energetic
pace.
In 1996 the family physi-
cians offices in Pace, now
Sacred Heart Medical Group,
opened its doors, followed by
Sacred Heart Rehabilitation
Center at 4033 Highway 90 in
Pace which offers physical ther-
apy, occupational therapy,
speech therapy, sports medi-


cine, and injury rehabilitation,
among others.
It was also in 2001 that the
Sacred Heart Home Care offices
opened offices in Pace and now
serves upward of 500 patients at
their homes in the county. Its
services include nursing care,
physical and occupational ther-
apy, home medical equipment
'(including respiratory equip-
ment), and home infusion phar-
macy services.
In 2003 the Sacred Heart
Rehabilitation Center opened in
Gulf Breeze, and last year
ground was broken for a new
Sacred Heart Medical Park in
Pace which will include doc-
tors' offices, diagnostic servic-
es, and rehabilitation services.
It's scheduled to be finished
this fall.
"More than 600 of Sacred
Heart's employees live in Santa
Rosa County," said Patrick J.
Madden, president and CEO of
Sacred Heart Health System..
"And as the county continues its
rapid growth, Sacred Heart
plans to make its health care
services even more accessible
to county residents," he contin-
ued.
With the completion of the
Medical Park there will be a
total of eight facilities in north
and south Santa Rosa County
available to patients, including
the Sacred Heart Lab Express in
Pace, the Sacred Heart Lab
Express in Tiger Point, and
Sacred Heart Rehab at The Club
in. Gulf Breeze.
"The Best Doctors come
from the Heart," is a slogan that
reflects a vitality that few if any
can dispute. Any patient will be
impressed with the friendly,
knowledgeable professionals
they encounter at Sacred Heart
Health Group's Pace facility.
Dr. Mark E. Josephson, a
family practitioner who is next
to a native of the area, brings to
his practice and his patients an
engaging personality. His abili-
ty to "talk football" with his
patients (he is even sometimes
mistaken, for a professional
player) goes a long way to make
them feel better right away.
Imagine that!
He earned his medical
degree from the University of
Minnesota in Minneapolis and
completed his residency train-
ing at Pensacola Naval
Hospital. His stints of service at
NAS Pensacola and at NAS
Whiting Field have given him a
familiarity with the area that
approaches "native" propor-


tions.
Dr. Josephson has special
interests in pediatrics, women's
health, sports medicine, well-
ness and preventive medicine,
patient education, and total fam-
ily care. He enjoys weight lift-
ing, boating, automobiles, and
loves to spend time with his
family. You'll like him as a gen-
tleman and a doctor.
Another family practice
physician, Dr. Laura A:
Harrison, has a smile that will
make you feel better even
before your diagnosed. Her hus-
band, Dr. James Heidenreich is
also a physician, so she has a
professional ear that will under-
stand if she decides to talk
"medical" at home.
SDr. Harrison earned her
medical degree from the
University of Florida Medical
School and completed her resi-
dency in Family Practice at the
Northwest Florida Academy of
Family Physicians in Pensacola.
She is also highly familiar with
the local environment, and is
accepting new patients. You'll
find her to be friendly ard atten-
tive.
Dr. Daniel Hickman is
another family practice physi-.
cian at Sacred Heart Medical
Group in Pace with a friendly
manner and a wide smile that's
bound to be one of the best
"winner-overs" since medicine.
Dr. Hickman received his
medical degree from the
University of New Mexico
School of Medicine and com-
pleted his residency training at
the U. S. Naval Hospital, NAS
Pensacola. His familiarity with
the area is also outstanding.
He has a special interest in
caring, for the family unit and
spends much of his personal
time with his own family, wife
Marcie arid their three young
children. Dr. Hickman is now
accepting new patients and the
office will be glad to schedule
an appointment for you.
Sacred Heart's sterling
quality and reputation is reflect-
ed in its standing within the
health care industry. It is consis-
tently rated by area consumers
as Northwest Florida's best hos-
pital for overall quality, and has
won the Consumer Choice
Award from National Research
Corp. for nine consecutive
years. Sacred Heart features
more than 500 specialty and
subspecialty physicians, pro-
vides the area's only Women's
Hospital, is the area's only
Children's Hospital and


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YOUR CARE IS THEIR PRIORITY-Some of the physicians and a staff member )ou'll meet at Sacred
Heart Medical Group in Pace are Dr. Mark E. Josephson, Family Practice (seated), Ms. Jackueline
"Jackie" Semelsberger, clinic administration (left standing), and Dr. Dina M. Navarro, Obstetrics and
Gynecology. They're looking forward to your visit.


Pediatric Trauma Center, and
has won the Governor's Sterling
Award for Quality Service.
Sacred Heart Medical
Groups is a network of some 50
primary care physicians located
throughout Northwest Florida
and South Alabama and repre-
sents a variety of specialties,
including family practice, inter-
nal medicine, and obstetrics and
gynecology.
All Medical Group physi-
cians accept Medicare and most
other major insurance and
HMO plans. Clinic hours begin

at 8 a.m. and continue through
4:30 p.m. You are invited to call
the Sacred Heart Medical
Group in Pace at (850) 994-


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More than likely after your
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Pace, you will look forward to
the next one. The location is


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doctors come from the heart,"
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Greg Brown, CFA
SSanta Rosa County
Property Appraiser
Announces to:
Santa Rosa County's Senior Citizens!
The Santa Rosa-County Board of County
Commissions has approved the Senior Citizen
Exemption, which allows an
ADDITIONAL $25,000 HOMESTEAD EXEMPTION!
If you meet the following criteria, you may quality for an
additional Homestead Exemption in Santa Rosa County.
This additional exemption is for the portion of your tax bill
associated with the Board of County Commissioners only.
Property owner must be 65 or older
STotal adjusted household.income limitations apply
Must apply no later than March 1, 2005
Must qualify for and/or currently be receiving Homestead
Exemption '
*" (Note: You must qualify and
may have to reapply annually).
For additional information:
(850) 983-1880 / (850) 934-8175 ,


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Notice Of Public Meetings
All Board of County Commissioner Meetings and other county department meetings
are held at the County Administrative Center, Commissioner's Board Room, 6495
Caroline Street Milton Florida, unless otherwise indicated.


Marine Advisory Committee
Zoning Board of Adjustments and Appeals

Commission Committee

Commission Special Meeting

Building Code Board of Adjustments and Appeals
6051 Old Bagdad Hwy Milton
Conference room
Commission Regular

Fire Protection Board of Adjustments and Appeals
6051 Old Bagdad Hwy., Milton
Conference Room
Local Planning Board

Aviation Advisory Committee

Commission Committee
Emergency Services Advisory Committee

Parks and Recreation Committee

Commission Regular

Bagdad Historial Architectural Advisory Board
6051 Old Bagdad Hwy., Milton
Conference Room

Utility Board


March 1
March 3

March 7

March 7

March 9


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5:30 p.m.

9:00 a.m.

6:00 p.m.

3:00 p.m.


March 10 9:00 a.m.

March 10 4:00 p.m


March 10 6:00 p.m.

March 16 5:00 p.m.

March 21 9:00 a.m.
March 23 2:00 p.m.

March 23 5:30 p.m.

March 24 9:00 a.m.

March 23 8:30 a.m.


March 28 5:00 p.m.


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held in the Board Room can be viewed live and/or replayed at this web site by
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The groundbreaking and
framing of another Habitat for
Htimanity Home is planned for
8, a.m. Saturday, March 5, 2005.
The home will be built in East
Bay Heights in the Midway area
for a single parent and her two
young sons by St. Ann Catholic
Church in Gulf Breeze and
Mission Church Our Lady of
the Assumption on Pensacola
Beach. This will be the eighth
Habitat for Humanity Home
built by St. Ann and Our Lady.
A generous $25,000 donation to
help the churches' combined
efforts in building this home
was made by St. Ann
Parishioner Francis Murphy in
memory of her husband George
who passed away in December
of 2003. The Murphy's two
children, daughter Shawn and
son George Jr. plan on being
here to assist with building the
home. The team Habitat for
Humanity home building pro-
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volunteers on Saturdays and
will continue through comple-
tion of the home. Over a dozen
volunteers from Stt Ann and
Our Lady will work with volun-
teers from Habitat and the recip-
ient of the home toward com-
pletion of the building. The
tresses and decking are sched-
uled to be added to the home on
Saturday, March 12 followed by
the roof and siding of the home
on Saturday, March 19.
Insulation, plumbing and elec-
trical work will be then be
added by professional subcon-
tractors. Painting of the interior
of the home will be completed
by the volunteers when the sub-
contractors are through with
their work to the home.
Additional volunteers are still
needed for the completion of the
home. Please call St. Ann at
932-2859, Our Lady at 934-
0222 or Habitat at 434-5456 to
make a donation and/or for
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Knights of Columbus host weekly Charity Fish Fry
The Knights of Columbus benefit priesthood vocations,
Council #7272 are hosting a Pro-Life, and youth programs in
Fish Fry on Fridays during Lent our area. The Knights of
at St. Ann Catholic Church in Columbus is a fraternal and
Gulf Breeze through Friday., ... ,. : benevolent society of Roman
March 18. The Fish Fry ill be Catholic men founded in 1882.
held from 5 7 p.m. in Nickel Council #7272 includes mem-
Parish Hall located behind the bers from two area Catholic
church at 100 Daniel Drive. churches, St. -Ann in Gulf
Dinners will be sold for $5 each ; .reeze and Our Lady of the
for adults and $2 each for chil- Assumption on Pensacola
dret. Dinners will include fried Beach. For more information
or grilled grouper or a grilled .- : on this event or other activities
cheese sandwich, choice of ecue beans, hush puppies, ners are also available, at St. Ann Catholic Church,
French fries or cheese grits, bar- dessert and iced tea. To-go din- Proceeds from the dinners will please call 932-2859.

Bethlehem Primitive Baptist celebrates Black History Month
Bethlehem Primitive Baptist Church, located at 5339 Zero Lane, Milton, will be celebrating Black History Month with a Youth
celebration on Saturday, February 26th, beginning at 6:30 p.m. The speaker for the program will be Jacques Moody, President, National
Primitive Baptist Youth Congress. Elder Edward T. Hayes is the Pastor. For more information, contact the church at 983-2718 or Sarah
Banner at 850-623-0992.


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teenagers, they asked the question, "if there is a God, why
would he let so many people die?" How would you reply to this
question?"
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Dear J.W.,
I have been asked this question at many times and in many
different ways. It is an age-old question. Recently, it is usually
asked in connection with the 9-11 attack or the war in Iraq or the
hurricanes, sunamis and earthquakes that we experience around
the world.
The answer is very concrete. However, it depends upon one's
perspective of life. If one believes that there is no God or that
God is somehow mean and uncaring or unable to do anything
about these tragedies, then that person will be frustrated and
confused, to be sure. But, if one understands that the Word of
God gives us the answer and the perspective and if we would,
by faith, accept that answer then our perspective becomes like
God's perspective and we worship and serve Him inspite of
worldwide or personal disasters.
The Bible makes it clear that THIS life is NOT a pleasure
paradise. It is a fallen creation. It is filled with war, crime, nat-
ural disaster, death, destruction, deceit, lies, filth and heartache.
Most of the calamity we bring on ourselves DIRECTLY
because of our own personal choices against God's Word. Other
calamities, however, like sunamis, earthquakes, floods, etc., are
an indirect result of man's collective sin nature, and a fallen cre-
ation, which began at the Garden of Eden.
The Bible says that the purpose of this life is a "weeding out"
or a "boot camp" for humanity. Will you serve, love and wor-
ship the Lord Jesus Christ inspite of and even in the midst of
pain, suffering and evil or will you reject Him and serve your-
self and the lies of this world? That is the question of the ages
and how you answer it and live it determines your eternity.
Armed with this Biblical perspective, a Christian can live a
victorious and fruitful life inspite of the world's calamities,
either personal or collective. I hope this helps you answer the
questions of those to whom you witness.









S Wednesday February 23, 2005


I The Santa Rosa Press Gazette


Legals


SNotice of Sale
.PursuanttoFItSt713.585, Auto
S Lien & Recovery Experts
'w/Power of Attomey, will sell
the following vehicles to the
'highest bidder to satisfy lien. All
'auctions held with reserve, as
'is where is, Cash or Certified
S,'funds. Inspect 1 week prior at
I'lenor facility. Interested parties
'call 954 893-0052.
..Sale date 03-17-05 @ 10:00
,,am at Lienors Facility.
Auction will occur where each
,vehicle is located under
'.License AB0000538. Be
',advised that owner or lienhold-
''er has a right to a hearing prior
:'to the schedule date of sale by
'filing with clerk of courts.
,Owner/lienholder may recover
,'vehicle without instituting judi-
'cial proceedings by posting
.bond as per FL Stat 559.917.
',Net proceeds in excess of lien
'.amount will be deposited with
'the Clerk of Court.
'.25% BUYERS PREMIUM
'#STRB391 lien amt $2641.67
:1997 FORD 4D
,'vln#1FALP52U1VA151765
,'reg:ANGELJ BAGOS of 355 E
,'33 STREET #207, HIALEAH
.'cus: MIKE BROWN of 355
GETTINGNG AVE LOT 3, FT
"WALTON BEACH
S1.h: NONE OF_
'lienor: AMERICAN MUF-
'FLERS & BRAKES, 8285 E
SBAY BLVD, NAVARRE
#STRB395 lien amt $ 2710.50
1994 DODGE 4D vin#
,'1B3ED56TXRF173724
'reg: JOHN DOE of UNKNOWN
cus: FLOYD ROLLMAN of


2638 SALAMANCA ST,
NAVARRE
h: NONE of._
lienor: AMERICAN MUF-
FLERS & BRAKES, 8285 E
BAY BLVD, NAVARRE
phone: 850-936-9555
AUTO LIEN & RECOVERY
EXPERTS, INC
P O BOX 813578
HOLLYWOOD FL 33081-0000
(954) 893-0052
022305
022305
2-136
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 yourself,
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, (temporary physical
address of) 6825 Oak Street,
Milton, Florida 32572. Clerk's
Mailing Address, P.O. Box 472,
Milton, Florida 32572,
Attention: Family Law.


NOTICE TO BIDDERS
CONSTRUCTION OF
NAVARRE BEACH WASTE-
WATER
TREATMENT FACILITY
UPGRADE
Notice is hereby given that the
Board of County
Commissioners, of Santa Rosa
County, Florida will receive
sealed bids from qualified con-
tractors for the construction of
the Navarre Beach Wastewater
Treatment Facility Upgrade.
,All bids must be original and
delivered by hand, Fed Ex, or
mail to the Santa Rosa County
Procurement Department at
6495 Caroline Street, Suite G,
Milton, Florida, 32570; and
must be received by 10:00
a.m., March 29, 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
clearly labeled "Bid Navarre
Beach Wastewater
Treatment Facility." Any bid
received after this time will be
rejected and returned to the
bidder unopened.


CLERK OF COURT
CIRCUIT COURT SEAL Bidding Documents may be
By: Ryan N. Novak secured from the office of
Deputy Clerk CH2MHill, 1766 Sea Lark Lane,
Navarre, Florida 32566-7472, for
020905 a non refundable cost of $150.00
021605 per set. Requests for Bidding
022305 a Documents should be sent to the
030205 attention of Ms. Lisa Canton,
2/91 CH2MHiII, 3011 S..W. Williston


Road. Gainesville, Florida 32614.
telephone 352-335-5877. exl.
2317.
The Board of Santa Rosa
County reserves the right to
waive irregularities in bids, to
reject any and all bids with or
without cause, and to award
the bid that it determines to be
in the best interest of Santa
Rosa County.
Santa Rosa County does not
discriminate on the basis of
race, color, national origin, sex,
religion, age, or handicap sta-
tus in employment or provision
of service.
By order of the Board of
County Commissioners of
Santa Rosa County, Florida.
022305
022305
2/98
Notice of Sale and Disposal
of Property
On Monday, March 14, 2005,
at 9:00 a.m., pursuant to state
law, Arcadia Self Storage at
4618 Lori Lane, Pace, FL
32571, will auction for sale and
subsequently dispose of the
contents of the following units
in order to satisfy an owner's
lien:
Unit #00 Clifford Red Elk mis-
cellaneous items
Unit #9 Sara Johnson house-
hold items
Unit # 32 Karl E. Braithwaite -


miscellaneous items
Unit #58 Minica J. Reece liv-
ing room household items
Unit# 67 George Michael Rains
- miscellaneous items
Unit# 101 Daniel Brewer- mis-
cellaneous items
Unit# 116 Kenneth H. Sears Jr.
- furniture, clothing
Unit# 144 Mammie L. Howard
- miscellaneous items
Terms of the sale will be cash
only, day of the sale; all units
sold in their entirety; and goods
must be removed on the day of
the sale. The company
reserves the right to refuse
admittance to any bidder, to
reject any bid and to withdraw
any items from the sale. All
items or units may not be avail-
able on the date of the sale.
021605
022305
2/116
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR
THE FIRST JUDICIAL CIR-
CUIT, IN AND FOR SANTA
ROSA COUNTY, FLORIDA
Case No. 04-281-CA01-FF-D
IN RE: FORFEITURE OF A
1986 CADILLAC DEVILLE
(VIN No.
1G6CD6985G4248442)
NOTICE OF COMPLAINT
TO: ANY AND ALL PERSONS
WHO CLAIM AN INTEREST IN
THE FOLLOWING PERSON-
AL PROPERTY:
A 1986 CADILLAC DEVILLE


(VIN NO.
1G6CD6985G4248442)
NOTICE is given pursuant to
Sections 932.703 and 932.704,
Florida Statutes (2003) that the
DEPARTMENT OF HIGHWAY
SAFETY AND MOTOR VEHI-
CLES (Department), acting
through its division, the Florida
Highway Patrol, seized the
above-described personal
property on March 12th, 2004,
in Santa Rosa County, Florida,
and is holding the personal
property pending the outcome
of forfeiture proceedings. All
persons or entities who have a
legal interest in the subject
property may request a hearing
concerning the seized property
by contacting the undersigned.
A complaint has been filed in
the Circuit Court of the FIRST
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, In and for
Santa Rosa County, Florida.
On April 6th, 2004, the trial
court entered an order finding
probable cause. If no claimants
appear within 20 days, the
Department will be seeking a
final order of forfeiture.
Dated:
Respectfully submitted
CHARLES J. CRIST, JR.
Attorney General
ALBERT J. BOWDEN, Ill
Senior Assistant Attorney
General
Florida Bar no. 0802190
Office of the Attorney General
Civil Litigation
The Capitol PL 01


Tallahassee, FL 32399-1050
(850) 414-3300
Attorney for the Seizing
Agency
021605
022305
2/117
REQUEST FOR PROPOS-
ALS
FOR ARCHITECTURAL SER-
VICES
Notice is hereby given that the
Board of County
Commissioners of Santa Rosa
County, Florida is soliciting
sealed proposals for
Architectural Services from
qualified firms for the construc-
tion of the Navarre
Football/Soccer Park rest-
room/concession/meeting
building in Navarre, Florida.
All proposals must be in writing
and delivered by hand, Fed Ex,
or mail to Santa Rosa County
Procurement Department,
Suite G, Milton, Florida 32570;
and must be received by 10:00
a.m., March 22, 2005. The
proposals will be publicly
opened and read aloud at this
time.
All proposals shall be consid-
ered in accordance with the
Florida Competitive Consultant
Negotiations Act.
Only proposals received by the
aforestated time and date will
be considered. Proposals
received after the time set for


the proposal opening will be
rejected and returned
unopened to the submitter. All
proposals shall be enclosed
within a sealed envelope and
clearly marked on the face of
the envelope, "RFP-
Architectural Services."
Please provide twelve (12)
copies of the proposal.
Questions concerning this pro-
posal should be directed to
Stephen Furman at (850) 981-
7100.
Selection shall be made based
on the criteria in F.S.
287.055(2). The Board of
County Commissioners
reserves the right to accept or
reject any and all proposals in
whole or in part, to waive all
informalities, and to award the
proposal that It determines to
be in the best interest of Santa
Rosa County.
Santa Rosa County does not
discriminate on the basis of
race, color national origin.
sex, religion age, or handi-
capped status in employ-
ment or provision of service.
By order of the Board of
County Commissioners of
Santa Rosa County, Florida.
022305
022305
2/137Z


Milton Garden Club presents Community Pride Awards


Even after the effects
;of hurricane Ivan, the Milton
Garden Club continues
to honor residents and busi-
nesses in our area. We appreci-
'ate the extra gardening efforts
Sqf those that go over and
beyond the norm.
February's Community
Pride award was presented to
SVirginia Williams and her
daughter Gale Thames.
These women have been
designing their garden as a
team for over 30 years, work-
ing with one another and
depending on each other for
inspiration. Their lovely home
has 12 acres of landscaping.
Two years ago the entire gar-
den was renovated, removing
3000 diseased boxwoods
and-replacing them with
much heartier Dwarf Youpon
shrubs. In the garden you will
find clethra, butterfly bushes,
savanna holly, day lilies,
spirea, spring bulbs and an
enchanting placement of gar-
den paths and art. Gale says


that she is trying to plant the
garden with as may native
plants as she can. With such a
large yard there is much work
to be done weekly, however
these two ladies love their gar-
den and it shows.
The owners of Heavenly
Creations, also won the com-
munity pride award. The florist
shop is located at 5055 Canal
Street in Milton. The business is
cleverly incorporated into the
residential neighborhood.
Driving behind the, land-
scaped cottage into a charming
courtyard, you'll find the
entrance to the business. The
doorway, which is covered in
twining vines, invites one
inside.
The Milton Garden Club
asks you to nominate
your neighbor's homes and
businesses for an award. Send
the nominations to:
Community Pride Award,
Milton Garden Club, 5256
Alabama Street, Milton FL
32570.


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Heavenly Creations is a beautiful florist shop tucked into a
residential neighborhood


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BIG 3-FAMILY Yard
Sale. Sat. 26-7:30 to
2pm. Driftwood
Ave., N-87, follow
signs from Ike's Gro.
Dishes, appliances,
whatnots, clothes,
TV, VCR, Walt Dis-
ney movies, quilt
rack, something for
everyone.
HUGE YARD Sale,
bathroom equipment
and many other
items, something for
everyone. Fri/Sat 9-
until. 6352 Metz Rd.


MULTI-FAMILY
YARD Sale. Ladies
clothes 16 and up.
Something for ev-
eryone. 5279 Jenny
Circle, Pace.A-

NEW CARPET
Sale- Room Sizes.
Indoor and Outdoor.
Pea Ridge Flea Mar-
ket. Sat. and Sun,

BIG SALE- Fri. and
Sat. 10 5 pm. .99
clothes. Lots of oth-
er items. 5627 Stew-
art St.


YARD SALE. Fri.
25th & Sat. 26th.
Tools, refrigerator,
worh!W c'lthes,
miscellaneou s
household fishing
gear, more.. 6563
Julia Dr. (Skyline)

HUGE ESTATE
sale- Cancelled last
weekend. Friday
and Saturday. 7:00
until. No early birds.
4538 N Forsyth St.
Everything must go.


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NOTICE OF ANNUAL

MEMBERSHIP

& ELECTION MEETING

The East Milton Water System, Inc. will hold their
annual meeting March 10th, 2005 at 7:00p.m., at the
East Milton Elementary School. All interested appli-
cants for seats on the Board of Directors must apply
at the Water System's office located at 8175 South
Airport Road.

Qualifying dates are from February 17, 2005 through
February 25, 2005, during the business hours of 8:00
a.m. to 5 :00 p.m.


The Following 4 seats are available:
District #1 1 seat / 3 year term
District #2 1 seat / 3 year term
District #3 1 seat / 3 year term
**District #2 1 seat / year term


Voting will be from 8:00 a.m. through 5:00
p.m., March 10, 2005, at the Water System's
office and from 6:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. at the
East Milton Elementary School.


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Local young lady competes for the Miss Jr. Teen Pensacola title


Brittany Nichole Gorall of
Milton was recently selected to
participate in Nationals' 2005
Miss Jr. Teen Pensacola pageant
competitida that will take place
Sunday, February 27, 2005.
Brittany learned of her accept-
ance into this year's competi-
tion as Nationals, Inc
announced their selections on
Monday afternoon. Brittany
submitted an application and
took part in an interview session
that was conducted by Patty
Neidert, this year's Pensacola
Pageant Coordinator.
Brittany will be competing
for her share of over $20,000 in


scholarships, prizes, and spe
cialty gifts that will be distrib-
uted to contestants. Brittany
will be competing in the Miss
Jr. Teen division, one of three
divisions thatwill have young
ladies between the ages of 10
and 19 competing in modeling
routines, which include casual
wear and formal wear. Most
important, Brittany will display
her personality and interview-
ing skills while interviewing
with this year's Pensacola judg-
ing panel. Personality is the
number one aspect that each
contestant is judged on during
all phases of competition.


If Brittany were to win the
title of Miss Jr. Teen Pensacola,
she would represent Pensacola
and the surrounding communi-
ties at the Cities of America
National Competition that will
take place in Orlando, FL. Over
$60,000 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, FL.
There is not cost to Brittany
for participating in the pageant
competition. Community busi-
nesses, organizations, and pri-
Svate individuals will assist


Brittany in participating in this
year's competition by becoming
an official sponsor to her.
Through sponsorship, each con-
testant receives all the neces-
sary training, rehearsals, and
financial support which will
allow Brittany to become a very
confident and well-prepared
contestant in this year's
Pensacola Pageant.
Any business, organization,
or private individual who may
be interested in becoming a
sponsor to Brittany may contact
her pageant coordinator, Patty
Neider at 1-800-569-2487.


Tarleton and Henderson to wed in April


The family of Captain
Daniel Thomas Tarleton is
happy to announce his engage-
ment. and forthcoming marriage
to First Lieutenant Jennifer
Henderson of Mechanicsville,
Maryland.
Daniel is the son of Randy &
Linda Carnley Tarleton of
Lakeland, FL, he is the grand-
son of the late C.M. & Alice
Carnley, formerly of Jay, FL.
Daniel graduated from


Kathleen High School in
Lakeland, FL in '1992. He
earned a B.S. in Criminology
and USAF commission through
ROTC at Florida State
University in 1996. Daniel
graduated from USAF pilot
training in 1998. He has flown
the C21 Lear Jet at Yokota AB,
Japan for 3 years. He then took
assignments to Bagdad, Iraq to
fly the C-17 Cargo Jets. He is
currently a C-17 instructor pilot


at Charleston Air Force Base,
SC.
The bride to be is a 1991
graduate of Chopticon High
School in Maryland. Jennifer
also graduated from the
University of Maryland with a
B.S. in Aerospace Engineering
in 1997. She graduated from the
United States Naval Test Pilot
School in 1999 and completed
USAF Pilot training in,2003.
Jennifer is the daughter of


Susan Hamilton of
Leaonardtown, MD, and Chris
Henderson of Mechanicsville,
MD.
The wedding is planned for
April 22, 2005 at the Magnolia
Plantation in Charleston, SC.
They will be stationed together
at McCord Air Force Base, WA
this spring where they will
reside until their next assign-
ment.


erniman & J[ul/cAherson io /wed
Mr. & Mrs. Ronnie Jernigan State University with a bache-
would like to announce the lor's degree in nursing. She
engagement of their daughter, works at Sacred Heart Hosptial
Kourtney Leigh Jernigan to in Pensacola. Josh is a graduate
Joshua Warren Hutcherson, son of Milton High School and
of Ms., Jo Hutcherson and Mr. Florida. State University with
Roy Hutcherson. bachelor's degree in manage-
Josh and Kourtney plan to be ment information systems. He
married on April 30, 2005 at currently works at Automation
Pine Terrace Baptist Church. Control Service in Pensacola.
Kourtney is a graduate of
Milton High School and Florida


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Brittany Nichole Gornall


Trenton P. Goodale


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Kourtney Jernigan & Joshua Hutcherson


Dogwood Circle learns about harmony in flowers


By Pat Downs
Flower arrangements need to
harmonize with their surround-
ings. Pat Downs taught a pro-
gram on flower arrjnegenii t ito
the Dogwood Circle of NMilon
Garden Club,
Pat exhibited 3 arrangements
with the first being an old-fash-
ioned bouquet in a wicker bas-


ket. The fresh flowers used were
large lavender daisies,. tiny
white daisies, yellow daisies,
and white Kalanchoe blooms.
Pat called another arrangement
a jungle design, in a long, low
horizontal container with tower-
ing white orchids, grasses,
philodendrons and Dracaenas.
The third arrangement was a tall


topiary of multi-colored roses in
a vertical stoneware container.
Vice chairman, Norma
English presided over the meet-
ing with 18 members and 2
guests-Carol Humphrey and
Connie Jolly. Ways and Means
Chairman Pat D'Asaro told of'
the upcoming Spring Buffet,
Friday, April 10th.




.. .


An abundance of refresh-
ments were served by host-
esses--Carol Williams, Lindsey
Burnes, Bethia Schenck and
Johanne Fleming. A.baked egg
dish, blueberry muffins, a tray
of fresh fruits and chocolate
candy were some of the delights
enjoyed.


Hostesses for the Dogwood Circle meeting were Norma English,
Johanne Fleming, Carol Williams, and Bethia Schenck.


Trenton P. Goodale v.as born August 18. 2004 at Santa Rosa
Medical Center, Milton, FL. The proud parent is Jessica Goodale
and the proud grandparents are Jodie & Edward Falzone. Trenton
weighed 10 pounds and was 21 inches long.


Patrice Johnson & Terrell
Johnson, a daughter, Tatianna
Yamina Johnson, born
Tuesday, January 25, 2005. .
Amy J. Webb & Laurence
S. Webb, a son, Shandon
McKennon Webb, born
Tuesday, February 2, 2005.
Leah E. Nelson & Tony R.
Nelson, a daughter, Taylor
Rachal Nelson, born Thursday,
February 3, 2005.
Nancy Bethea & Richard
Bethea, a daughter, MillieJane
Morgan. Bethea, born
Saturday, February 5, 2005.
Rachel Rutz & Joshua
Barnes, a son, Conner Daniel


Barnes, born Monday,
February 7, 2005.
Sherarose K. Pittman &
Jeffrey Bogden, a son, Dayton
Lee Bogden, born Monday,
February 7, 2005.
Jennifer Pierce & Robert
Pierce, a daughter, Trista Lee
Pierce, born Wednesday,
February 9, 2005.
Jennifer Pittman &
Jerimiah Pittman, a daughter,
Tagen Brooke Pittman, born
Wednesday, February 9, 2005.
Starla D. Hill, a daughter,
Bria Deann Hill. born
Wednesday, February 9, 2005.


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SKriti Palag is the daughter of Karron Troil and Lanne Palag. She is the second oldest
of six kids. Her older brother, Anthony Palag, is. a Milton High class of 2003
ii. :, graduate.
i, ; '..' Kristi has been involved with many programs at MHS. She spent her first two
years of high school cheering for the 2001-2002 freshmen and the 2002-2003
junior varsity squad She ('as also in Jaybeettes and weightlifting during her
freshmen and sophomore years. At the end of her sophomore year, Kristi
decided to give up cheerleading and pursue her dream of acting. Since
Then she has spent two summers at the PJC Summer High Onstage
-,,Workshop where she performed in both 12nd Street and FAME. She also
played Mollie Ralston in the Milton High School production of The
$ B Mousetrap and Essie Carmichael in You Can't Take It With You. She also
SI starred in a UWF student film and is a member of "Improvable Cause" an
':- Bimprovisational group in Pensacola. She is a member of Beta Club,
S" National Honor Society, ITV, Seruor Board, O Club, and currently serves
S as President of MHS Drama. After high school, Kristi hopes to pursue her
dream of acting. This summer she will attend The Ne%\ York School for
Film and Television.
SKnsu"s favorite subjects in school are drama and history. Knsti says,
S"There are so many wonderful teachers at Milton High that have inspired me." In
particular, she would like to thank the four teachers who have shaped her into who
S, she is today. Kristi states, "I would like to thank Mrs. Worrell and Miss Childers for
', teaching me that I can do anything if I push myself. I uould like to thank Mrs. Barmhll for
being samuch more than a teacher but a great friend. You helped me through a lot of hard decisions. I will never forget
all of our talks." Lastly. Kristi would like to thank Ms. Timmons. Krisu states."il donit think I could sum up the things
that she has taught me. I will carry her wisdom. understanding, guidance and friendship with me forever."
Kristi also wants to thank the man\ people u ho helped her make high school the best experience of her life. She
says, "I would like to thank my freshmen and JV squads for all the memories, especially Hillary for.sticking by me
t:.thetse past.two years. Iris, thank you for showing me what it means to be a true Christian. I uant to thank Nick for
Always making me laugh and teaching me so much. Most of all. I want to thank Lance Hayes. R an Katz, Dawn
.Fitzpafrick,.Rey Munoz and the rest of Drama Club for all the memories, and especially Jeanna Kapetanis, Jerem
a :, Cmiam I,Hailey Niool and Jen Lashuay You guys mean more to me than you Mill eer know. Friendships lke ours
Sidoint come along everyday. I am so thankful that I found ou gu)s and w as able to share this ume in my life w ith

Last, Kristi would like to thank her family her mom, dad, Kirk, and Lisa for all of their support and love. "I am so
thankful that I have such wonderful parents u"ho back me up no matter \hat." She v.ould also like t. think her sib-
liigs: Anthony, Britine, Bradley. Shaneiiid Alec for gis ing her so many great childhood memones. "I lo\e \ou all!"


reit rInternet Viewer

pShool is very pleased to offer parents
oppjlpporuty,to access grades at any
Xcompuirt via the Internet,

i.onn lMHS have installed a new
V:su-eJlcoiects.grades and data
vdi electronicc grade books and
iYhat is celedthe Parent Internet
.he'Vie.,e' isr a:.part of the schoollfs
cib.accessed through that web site.

zet.Viewer (PIV) offers real-time
hat means-no more waiting for semes-


ter. weekly. or mid-term progress reports or file
downloads. Changes or additions to student infor-
maton are available instant to both parents and
students. Teachers enter grade information into their
electronic grade book, and PIV organizes and for-
mats the date for convenient viewing at any time,
day or night.

Now parents and students can be actively engaged in
the education process by monitoring missing assign-
ments, earned grades, and academic progress.

All parents should have received a newsletter that
provides full description of the system and instruc-
tions as to how to use it.


Milton Panthers Class of 2008 Panther
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Main Office:
983-5600: Main Office
Fax 983-5610
Guidance: 983-5609
Guidance Fax: 983-5618:
Attendance :983-5608
Attendance Ans.
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Band: 983-5611
Weight Room: 983-5606:
Chorus: 983-5613:
M. Rutledge: 983-5616
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The MHS Softball Boosters invites you to their Fielding, Throwing,
Hitting. and Pitching Clinic on March 5th'and 6th with
Lisa Fernandez. This is a chance to learn from the Athlete
considered to be the #1 Softball Pla er in the World.
Fees:(non-refundable) check or money order $139.00
per player on or before Feb. 26th
$149.00 per player if after Feb. 26th. A registration
form must accompany payment.
Make Checks payable to MHS Lady Panthers,
P.O. Box 112, Pace, FL 32571 '
For more information call Hugh Winkles at 850-623-6299.
or Cheryl East at 850-994-9642. .
The MHS Track Team is hosting the 1st Anntal.Scratchi Ankle' 5K
on Saturday, March 19. The race will start:at the Milton Coi
Center and end at MHS' Haywood Hannah StaiidpT. I,
will include an after party in Haywood Iaif~lSiial~lin
awards, prizes, food, drinks, and the MHS J'ail
Registration forms are available in the.qi
$15 entry fee. All proceeds benefjtAh i'
Any 10th or 11th grader interested in: rtici
State University Young Scholars 9 .gr N
July 23 can pick up an applicioatnio
Attention Sethl'
It's that time to start thinking about Capn
great photo to include with your-ifiiti
friends! To be photographed, you will ied
with Mrs. Briggs. All pictures will be t.ken &-inh
2005. See Mrs. Briggs in N-42 to schedule.irpplq
There will be 4 different individual iorietary 'aw sridrs. a
Optimist club at our awards day ceretnony> op May 1.7'72200,..
deadline is March1l .applications should be turned itto Chave r$
by 12:00pm, Friday, March 11, 2005. The paper applcatioinsfor
award are in the scholarship box in Ms. Chavers' office. The Opiist.
Club is a Conmmunity Service club. If you're considering applying
this scholarship, remember that community service hours area
um when applying for these scholarships;, ...
Seniors wishing to qualify for one of the Bright Futures
should apply now even if you still plan to takeoit.-rt ekit&
SAT or CPT in April and June. The window fcr applJ.ig ;fri l
Futures scholarships is now and until'May 27, 200$ you u pf
online at www.FloridaStudentFinanqialAId.org~(select- Al.'
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MHS Briefs


MHS Class of 2007 will have a Pancake Breakfast on March 5 from.
7:30 to 10:00 at the Texas Roadhouse.

MHS Fastpitch Softball will be having their 3rd annual bar-b-que'din-
ner on Feb. 26. Cost is $5.00 a plate or $6.00 with a can soft drink.
The Bar-b-que dinner \will be provided by the Texas Roadhouse. baked
beans and colesla\ provided by Kwik Burger and.a dessert will also
be provided. Orders can be faxed to 623-6134 Atm. Hugh Winkles
or call 623-6299 and ask for Hugh or leave a message.


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Pace High School
cheerleading tryouts
Pace High School will be
holding cheerleading tryouts
March 7 through March 11 from
3:30 p.m. to 5;30 p.m.
All forms, which are avail-
able at the Pace High School
Athletic Department, must be
;completely filled out and submit-
:ted to the school no later than
:,March 3. For more information
Contact Pace High School.
City of Milton sets
;baseball registration
Registration forms may be
picked up at Milton City Hall until
'.March 4 for youth baseball for
children ages 8 through 14 from
S7:30 a.m. till 4:30 p.m. or register
at the Milton Community 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
SChristian School Monday through
SFriday from 8 a.m. until 4 p.m.
Registration will also be held on
SSaturdays from 9 a.m. until noon
"* at the Field House located at
SGospel Projects Park.
Both facilities are located at
6331 Chestnut Street in Milton.
For more information, con-
Stact Tod Brainard at 623-4671.
East Milton youth
sports registration
The East Milton Youth
Association formerlyy kn.:rn 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 wll be held ever,'
Saturday through February 28
from 9 a.m. until 2 p.m. at trie
park in East l.ltron.
For more information. call
Jeannie Brown at 983-0093.

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


Lady Pats

can't hold

down Tigers


By BILL GAMBLING, JR.
SPG Sports Editor
Pace did everything it
could, but Pensacola High hit
their free-throws to hold off
pace 53-44 in the first round of
the 4A Girls Basketball
Tournament held at Patriots
: Gym.
After leading by one at
:.halftime, 18-17, the Lady
Tigers roared to a 13 point lead
in the third quarter behind the
efforts of their senior Tierra
Yates, who scored a game high
28 points.
Despite trailing by 13 at
one point in the third quarter,
Pace was not going to call it
quits as they trailed by nine, 40-
31, at the start of the fourth
quarter.
"Tonight I thought our
youth showed," said Pace head
coach Jim Sessions. "These
girls will never give up because
See, LADY ATS, Pg. 2C


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A dugout lull of Pace Patriots look on during the pre-season baseball tournament hosted bN Pace High School on Thursday. Pace defeated Milton 15-5 in five innings as teams
in the area prepare for the start of the baseball season.
Press Gazette photo bh Bill Gamblin, Ir.



Baseball bats ready to sound off


By BILL GAMBLING, JR.
PG Sports Editor


Young men is Santa Rosa
County are preparing to take to
their field of dreams with hopes
their season will end at
Legend's Field in Tampa.
Some area teams are look-
ing to rebuild; others are look-
ing to heal old injuries, while
some are looking to reload,
..Rebuilding is thle csorIi for
the-J'ay-'Royals and Terry
Diamond, but they have most
of their players returning from


last season's 16-11 squad.
The project at this time is
their field, which has-not been
repaired since Hurricane Ivan
struck Santa Rosa County near-
ly six months ago.
Diamond lost the left side
of his infield due to the gradua-
tion of Bradley Haveard (3B)
and Jon Save (SS), but that
should be a minimal concern
with their returning starters.
The pitching arm.niflJesse
Jernigan, Brandt Hendricks,
and Myles Taylor will be criti-
cal for the Royals success.


When not. on the mound
Jernigan will be looked upon to
fill in at shortstop while
Hendricks will be playing the
outfield.
Bobby Best will be calling
the pitches behind the plate
while big things are also
expected of first baseman
Johnmark Patrick.
Jay will be looking to
advance past the regional semi-
linals x\ here the lost to tNoith
Florida Christian, but in their
way will be district rivals Baker
and Northview.


will be counting on are those of
third baseman Bubba Mack
who .will bat in the clean up
spot alqng with uulirt pla.ei
Ryan Cabaniss.
Howell is also wanting to:
see how catcher Scott Fontenot
comes back following a hand
injury who could also see some
action as a pitcher.
Other players who could
have an impact this season for
Milton are center fielder Matt
Whitfield and-piteher Adam
Allen.
See, BASEBALL, Pg. 2C


Pace and Milton will be in
another very competitive dis-
trict.
Milton. \\ho \ion the dis-
trict title last season has lost
nine seniors including infielder
R *ne Jernigan \\ho is off to a
hot star t t Florida State
University.
"We ha\e six seniors
returning," said Milton head
coach Brian Howell. "I have
"told them to"steptiup anid fill
their shoes because this is their
time."
A couple of bats Howell


Panthers snuff out Tornadoes


to claim District 2-4A crown


Milton's Jeremy Millar drives the lane Saturday for two points as the
Panthers downed the Panama City Bay Tornadoes 50-46 to claim the
District 2-4A title.


Press Gazette photo by Bill Gamblin, Jr.


By BILL GAMBLING, JR.
PG Sports Editor_
This may not be Oz. but for
the Milton Panthers there is no
place like home.
Saturday night proved this
facnous line true as Milton won
the District 2-4A title with a
50-46 win over the Bay
Tornadoes.
Bay, who entered the dis-
trict tournament as the top seed,
could not muscle their \\a\ into
the lead js the closest the\
could ever iet was one. 45-44.
with Ilust :,\er t\\o and a half
minutes left in the fourth quar-
ter.
Jeremy Tolbert may. not
have made an impact on the
'box score, bitl his in bounds
play with three seconds
.remaining left everyone
scratching their heads in
amazement.
Tolbert, who had been
whistled for a five seconds call
moments earlier, in bounded
the ball off the backside of a
Bay Tornado player and then


School.
Milton w'as ready to pla .
and defend their home court
Saturday night as the\ quickly\
took a 5-0 lead over Bay and
kept the pressure for the entire
contest until the Tornadoes ral-
lied late in the fourth quarter.
"We dominated the game
early with our rebounding."
said Short "But Ba\ \was the
aggressor in the second half.
"When the \ ere making
their run late in the Came I told
the gu\s the\ had to match
iBas's; intensity whichh the\
did."
Adam Allen led Milton
with a game high 22 points
while Charles Chatman added
13.
To advance to the district
finals Milton disposed of Gulf
Breeze 58-43 in the semi-finals
on Friday.
Milton took an early 5-0
lead in the contest before the
Dolphins fought back with 40
seconds remaining in the first
See, MILTON, Pg. 2C


stepped in bounds to take the
loose ball the length of the
court where he was, fouled with
1.3 seconds remaining.
"The coach told me to
make a play," said Tolbert after
the game. "I couldn't find an
open man so I got the ball in
since I didn't want another fite
seconds call."
Tolbert toed the line and
put the game out of reach sink-
ing one of two free throws to
gi\e Milton their final margin
of victory.
"I ha\e known all along
that this team could be decent,"
said Milton head coach Tim
Short. "We had some early
adversity but as a team we had
,three goals.
"We wanted a first round
bye in the district, to make the
playoffs, and then, to win the
district."
Now the Panthers will not
only be in the first round of the
4A Boys Basketball
Tournament, but will host the
Wildcats of Washington High


Nevis inks soccer scholarship


By BILL GAMBLING, JR.
PG Sports Editor


For some seniors college is
a big step, but Pace senior
Shana Nevis will be a trailblaz-
er.
On Friday Nevis signed a
scholarship to play soccer at
Armstrong Atlantic State
University in Savannah, Ga.
Nevis, who has led the area
in goals the past two seasons,
will be part of a history making
group at AASU, who just last
month hired Eric Faulconer to


coach the inaugural women's
soccer program this fall.
"I am really excited that all
of my hard work has paid off,"
said Nevis. "But I will miss all
of my teammates."
Armstrong Atlantic State
University is a Division II
school which is part of the
Peach Belt Conference.
Nevis is looking forward to
her new team.
"I am really excited about
being part of a new team and
being part of their first season
as a soccer program," said


Nevis. "I am also excited about
playing with Ashley Brown
who is a member of my club
team who has verbally commit-
ted to the school."
Besides the school's locale,
Nevis was excited about play-
ing soccer for Coach Faulconer.
"He is a great coach," said
Nevis. "He is a successful
coach and I see us doing great
thinks under his direction at
Armstrong.
"From what I can tell there
will be a lot of talent coming in
See, SOCCER, Pg. 2C


Pace's Shana Nevis, center, signs a soccer scholarship with
Armstrong Atlantic State University as her mother Beth, left, and
father Frank, right look on. Also observing this moment standing in
the back from left to right are Pace Principal Frank Lay, Coach Joey
Goodwin and Coach Louie Sahin.


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Sports


Patriots marching to state


Pace's Cody Healy, left, grapples with his opponent at 103 pounds on Friday at the 2A Florida
Regional Wrestling Tournament held at Crestview High School. Healy finished fourth in his weight
class and will compete against Corey Rittenhouse of Venice High School Thursday at the Florida State
Wrestling Tournament to be held at the Lakeland Center. Healy's teammate Nick Webb won the 135
pound division and will face Corey Franklin of Plant High School in his first match on Thursday.
Webb is the first Patriot to win a Regional Title in the four year history of the Pace High School


wrestling program.


Soccer

Continued From Page One
so I feel that we can be compet-
itive with Coach Faulconer."
Creating neiv programs is
nothing new for Faulconer who
started the women's soccer pro-
gram at Thomas University in


Press Gazette photo by Bill Gamblip, Jr.


1999 and compiled a 68-44-6
record in six seasons at the
NAIA school including three
consecutive trips to the NAIA
National Championships.
"I am very happy for
Shana," said Pace girls soccer
coach Joey Goodwin. "She has
put in four years of hard work


and deserves this opportunity."
Besides her accomplish-
ments at Pace with 57 goals in
the last two seasons to lead all
scorers, the midfielder/forward
also plays with the Northwest
Florida Soccer Club Force
under the direction of Coach
Louie Sahin.


Lady Pats

Continued From Page One
they have put in too many hours
of work to do that.
"When all is said and done
there will be only one team who
ends their season on a winning
note and our night was tonight."
Megan Lewis hit one of
two free throws with just over a
minute remaining to cut
Pensacola's lead to four, 46-42.
With time running out the
Lady Patriots (19-9) were
forced to foul as Pensacola hit
only 5-of-10 from the line,
which was enough to seal their
victory.
"When you have coached
as long as I have you are going
to win some and lose some,"
said Sessions, who has been the
head coach at Pace the last six
seasons. "If you can win a few
more that you lose which I have
and enjoy the game as much as
I do that is all you can ask for.
"I have enjoyed this season
and as a team we have had
some successes."
Megan Lewis and Erica
Wright led the Lady Patriots
with 14 points each while
Surita Guyton was next with 10
points.
"(Pensacola) came out
quick in the second half," said
Lewis, who fouled out in the
final minute of the contest. "On
the offensive end tonight we got
flustered by their quickness and
we didn't play under control.
"On, the defensive end we
committed petty fouls because
we didn't move our feet."
Following the game
Sessions thanked his two sen-
iors (Lewis and Ashley Butler)
for all the work they had put
into the program.


Pace's Surita Guyton works her way inside a pack of Lady Tigers in
an attempt to come back against Pensacola High School in the first
round of the Girls 4A Basketball Tournament at Pace High School.
Press Gazette photo by Bill. Gamblin, Jr.


"My biggest thing is the
four years both of these girls
have put into the program,"
said Sessions. "They inspire
younger girls to play and they
are great kids."
In other girls basketball
action:
Ponce de Leon 45, Jay 42:
The Lady Royals just
couldn't over come a third
quarter-where they were held to
just three points.
After taking a 17-16 lead at
halftime, Jay was outscored in
the third quarter 15-3 as Ponce


de Leon took a 31-20 lead into
the final eight minutes of play.
Jay won the final quarter by
outscoring Ponce de Leon 22-
15, but it wasn't enough for the
Lady Royals to advance to the
second round of the Girls 2A
State Basketball Tournament.
Jessie Ivey scored a game
high 19 points for the Lady
Royals while Cassie Lewis
added nine and Jessica Stafford
was next for Jay with eight.
Story written by Bill
Gamblin, Jr Reach him at
sports @ sr-pg. cor


In Class A Central High
School will be young and
rebuilding after a 15-4 record
which included 12 straight
wins for Rick Weekes.
The reason for a rebuild
this season is the loss of starters
Daniel Palmer, Justin
Campbell, Brian Ward, Keith
Webber, and Jimm. Prophet.
Some bright spots for
W\eeke~s lineup thi \ear is sep-
ior J.J. Sessions who batted
.426 last year, junior Tyson
Weeks who had 12 stolen bases
to lead the team along with
Aaron Burgess, Travis
McDaniel and Brandon Hoyt
who batted over .300 last year.


This year the Jaguars will
be looking to use their speed
instead of power.
"We will not be able to
pound and slug with teams like
last year," said Weekes. "This
year we will have to play solid
defense and fundamental base-
ball.
"I don't see us as tough
offensively, but \ hen we walk
through the game teams should
know we are fixing to run."
Paxton, Rocky Bayou, and
Laurel Hill will make the dis-
trict very interesting this sea-
son, but Weekes is quick to
point out the games are played
on the field and not on paper.


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against a swarming pack of Tornados' defenders in the District 2-4A
finals Saturday in Milton.


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Milton

Continued rom Page One
quarter to cut the Panthers lead
to one, 9-8.
But Tolbert wasn't going to
let Gulf Breeze back in the
game as he scored two of his
game high 18 points before the
buzzer to end the first quarter.
Also reaching double fig-
ures for the Panthers were Chris
Duckworth who had 11 and
Allen with 10.
In other boys district bas-
ketball action Saturday:
Baker 45, Jay 42: The
Royals saw a four point lead
slip away in the final quarter of
the District 2-2A basketball


SGazette photo by Bill Gamblin, Jr.

tournament at Baker High
School.
After ending the first half
tied at 19, Jay (13-14) took a
34-30 lead after the end of the
third quarter.
Baker responded *in the
final eight minutes of play
outscoring Jay 15-8 en route to
the victory.
Jay was led by Brandon
Haveard who scored 10 points
followed by Brad Lowery who
added eight.
The Royals travel to
Chipley on Thursday for open-
ing round action in class 2A.

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


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98 TRAINING
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315 BUSINESS SERVICES
320 CHILD CARE
325 DOMESTIC
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355 SEWING/ALTERATIONS
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SANTA ROSA
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404 COMMERCIAL
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408 LAND
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504 COMMERCIAL
506 HOMES
508 INVESTMENTS
510 LAND
512 MOBILE HOMES
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704 LIVESTOCK
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708 PETS
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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
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TRANSPORTATION
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904 CARS
906 BOATS
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HUMAN RESOURCES
EMPLOYMENT ANNOUNCEMENT


ATTENTION: The information given on your application will
be evaluated against the minimum qualifications of the job
description. The length of related work experience, training
and education described on your application, will be an
important consideration in the entire application and selection
process. After all applications are evaluated, your name will
be placed on the employment list; ranked accordingly. Other
than this announcement, no further notification will be sent.
** *****************************************************************
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Range: 10 $ 9.05 per hour
"Closing Date: 03/07/2005
Minimum Qualifications
HSIGED. LICENSE: Applicant must have a valid State of
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license while employed in this position. ADDITIONAL:
Preference will be given for lield surveying experience.

Surveying Technician II (6082)
Range: 12 $ 9.51 per hour
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wall, home repairs.
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ADVANCED
VINYL
Systems Inc.
Home Improve-
ment Specialists.
*Florida Rooms
*Screen Rooms
*Patio Covers
*Carports
*and much morel
Call us
Don Sweeney
orTed Brignano at
850-623-5442
5851 Hwy 90
Milton. See our ad
on the Business
Service Directory
BILLY DUNN'S
Monkey Business.
7313 Tidwell Rd,
Pace FL 32571 Cell:
(850)418-2230.
Home: (850) 626-
9093 Tree Trim-
ming, Tree Remov-
al, 13 Years Experi-
ence. Escarhbia Lic.
#609028-0301$0,.
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..
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.
D&D REMODELING
INC. General Con-
tractor All Types
Home Maintenance;
Roofs to Floors,
Renovations. Decks,
Tile, Plumbing, Etc.
.Evictions, Move-
Outs, Construction
Cleaning, Pressure
Washing Painting
Firewood also avail-
able, Etc. 15 years,
experience. Li-
censed & Insured.
FREE ESTIMATES.
*Lic.#47110-0037952
CELL#261-1173.
CELL1#261-3598.:
DIRT. SANDGRAV-
EL Ann Barnhill
Trucking, Inc. Call
'for price. (850) 623-
3461 (850) 336-
3084. Free Esti-
mates!_
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
DOUBLE "B" Land
Clearing. Backhoe
Work. Licensed and
Insured. Bryen Bal-
lard. 850) 994-5740
or 850 232-1581.
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.
FLORIDA NOTARY
Weddings, 994-
6689,After 5:30 pm


315
Business Services
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.
EXACT. DRYWALL.
Licensed & Insured.
Locally owned & Op-
erated, reasonable
prices. All Phases of
Drywalling, Any Tex-
ture. Member of the
Santa Rosa Cham-
ber of Commerce.
Roger Tootle HM:
850-994-6713, Cell:
850-5019.
GUITAR, DRUM
Lessons.
.Professional
Instruction For All
Ages and Levels.
Learn Quick and
Effective
Techniques.
Reasonable Rates.
Prorates Available
for Active Military,
Call Chris 983-0375
HAAN ROOFING.
Locally owned & op-
erated. Currently no
waiting list! Free es-
timates, quality
work.,
Lic#XYZ5001656.
Exclusively serving
Santa Rosa County!
850-499-6905.
ISLAND ROOFING
& Repairs. No wait-
ing list. Installing.
new roofs at or be-
low most insurance
estimates. Serving :
Milton & Santa Rosa
County. Licensed
and Insured. Call
AL Now! 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-
eers. 850-957-4952
or Cell 850-261-
8407.
LEONARD AR-
NOLD, L.L.C. Car-
pentry Home Re-
pair. Licensed & In-
sured. Phone 850-
232-5843.
LOCAL HOME Re-
pair. Paint, drywall,.
trim & tile. Fence re-
pair & installation.
10 years experi-
ence. Contact Paul
McMullen 850-723-
9767.
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.


315
Business Services
MICHAEL ANTHO-
NY WILLIAMS LLC
Roof Repair, Porch-
es, Room Additions,
Storage Sheds, Car-
pentry, Decks. Li-
censed & Insured
850-981-0557.


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

NEED AN Attorney?
Arrested? Criminal
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*Federal *Felonies
*Misdemeanors
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*Probation *Domes-
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(800)733-5342 24
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*Pressure cleaning
(homes, decks, pa-
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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.

PRO PAINT-N-PA-
PER and Repairs.
Licensed, Insured,
15 yrs exp., Free
Estimates. Serving
Escambia, Santa
Rosa and Okaloosa
counties. Specializ-
ing in Paint, Decks,
Wallpaper, Carpen-
try, Privacy Fence,
Siding Repairs, Ce-
ramic Tile. Tami
Perdue, Keith Fowl-
er. 850-516-9988.


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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.
STUMP GRINDING
Bobcat & Dozer
Services, Lot Clear-
ing, Mini Excavator.
850-982-4631.

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S 315
Business Services

RELAX!
Let me clean
your house.
Honest,
experienced,
great references.
626-9055.

.REMOVE THE
BLUE- T & L Roof-
ing and Repair.
Shingles, Metal and
Torch down. We'll
match or beat any
price. Free esti-
mates. Licensed,
Bonded and Insur-
ed. (850) 689-0635
ROOFING SERV-
ICE Free Estimates.
Lic#XYZ24260428
Ins 850-982-4631
STEVE LOWERY
Roofing. Serving
Santa Rosa County
for 30 years. Free
'Estimates. Licensed.
S.Phone (850) 995-
S00p20, Cell (850)
": 554-8584.
STUMP-EASE
,STUMP Grinding.
Most removals
$35.00. Discount for
Smultiply removals.
SBackyard Accessible
Licensed & Insured.
Local Contractor.
.Retired USN. 232-
'8746.
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-
: 381, cell 346-8563,
6eimail:lisataxidote@
a
ol.comSee our ad in
the Buisness Serv-
ice. Directory.

THE HANDYMAN
Have your Honey
SDo 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
24X 31 $1990'1
Galvanized Steel
Many sizes/colors.
Financing Available
Free delivery & setup
(850)983-2296 or
Pager 505-1867

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

320
Child Care
REGISTERED
HOME in Milton has
2 openings for an in-
fant through 2 years.
Mon.-Fri. 7:00am to
S5:30pm and one
.opening for after
school, W.H. Rho-
des district. Call
623-1670.
325
Domestic
DEPENDABLE
HOUSEKEEPER
TEN YEARS EXPE-
RIENCE. REASON-
ABLE RATES.CALL
994-6236
RACHIEL
PHILLIPS
COMMERCIAL &
S RESIDENTIAL
CLEANING
SERVICES
Highest Quality
Results
'Guaranteed'l
*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.com 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.
com Licensed Cor-
respondent Lender.


SPECIALIZING IN
preparing new
business tax
returns for
S corporation.
Also, monthly
bookkeeping and
personal federal
1040 tax returns.
981-0789.


340
Home Repair

ALL WORK Serv-
ices. Give us a call
& we'll do it all!
Storm Damage Ex-
perts! Licensed, In-
sured. Local compa-
ny. Roofing, Fenc-
ing, Tree work, Inte-
rior/Exterior Home
Repairs. No job too
big or small. Call
850-994-2259.

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

345
Lawn Care

ALBERT PEAR-
SON'S Lawn Serv-
ice. Senior Dis-
counts! Free Esti-
mates! Licensed: Al-
bert Pearson, Own-
er. Call 850-983-
1431.

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


EMERALD
COAST LAWN
SERVICES
ECL, LLC
Mowing, Edging,
Sodding,
Bush Trimming,
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
SDress-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.


402
Apartments
1 BEDROOM fur-
nished .apartment
with central heat &
air. No pets. $350.
month, $250. dep.
Call for appointment.
994-7246
404
Commercial

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

WAREHOUSE, OF-
FICE, Outdoor Stor-
age Pensacola near
W. St. and Michigan
Ave. at 1211 Rain-
bow Ave. 30,000
square feet availa-
ble. Will divide.
(850) 432-1172.

406
S 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, ullliv
room, covered porch .
overlooking water.
$995/mo $600/se-
curity. 994-0667.
ONE BEDROOM
One Bath for rent.-
Waterfront on 1
acre. 4 Miles south
of Milton. $700 un-
furnished, $800 fur-
nished Please call
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
LAND FOR SALE
Refer to
Classification
#510
Large Private- RV
lot. Half acre, $375
month includes util-
ities. 623-9902.
MOBILE HOME lots
for rent including
R.V's. FEMA wel-
come. Eastgate Mo-
bile Home Ranch.
626-8973.

410
Mobile Homes
2BD .TRAILER,
CH/A, water and
garbage included.
994-5023.
2BD/2BA CHIA,
nice, clean and
quite, water and gar-
bage furnished. 995-
1717.
MOBILE HOME-
FOR Rent, 3 bed-
room on Private )ot.
$450.00 month- oth-
ers, 623-2862
SMALL 2 bedroom,
front living room.
Ideal for single or
couple. Eastgate
Mobile Home
Ranch. 626-8973.


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506
Homes

FORECLOSED
GOV'T HOMES! $0.
or Low down! Tax
repos and bankrupt-
cies. No credit O.K.
$0 to low down. For
listings (800)501-
1777 ext 1299

MILTON-5360
WINDHAM Rd,
1344 sf, 3/2, built
1997, .38 acre, FL
room, new roof with
warranty. $120,000.
(850) 995-4278.


WATERFRONT
HOMES
2 waterfront homes
on beautiful
Coopers Basin
just off
Blackwater River.
4 bedroom, 2 bath
home with Den and
f/p on approx. 1 1/2
acre with 150 ft of
deep water.
3 bedroom, 2 bath
home with Florida
room, in-ground
pool and 65ft dock
with deck, on
approx. 1 1/2 acre.
S both homes
recently renovated.
Both homes are
priced at
$289,000 each.
For an
Appointment Call
623-8385


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.:

512
Mobile Homes

FOR SALE- 14x70
mobile home on one
acre of land in East
Milton. 3br,2ba, cen-
tral HT/AC. Great
recital investment or
.purchase for .first
time ,0. homeowner.
$40,000. Call 623-
8448


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


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.


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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.

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. 1,13.


706
Livestock Supplies


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

HORSE HAY,
square bales. 623-'
8237.

708
Pets

.FREE TO Loving
home. Beautiful
mixed breed
puppy found


homeless
after Hurricane
Ivan. Female,
approximately one
year old and
adorable. Will be a
perfect inside pet.
If you lost this
puppy or
wouldlike to give
her a good home,
please call. 623-
2120 ask for
Tracie.

712
Lost & Found
PETS


$100 REWARD
No Questions
Asked
Lost Pit Bull male,
answers to Duke,
black w/brown
stripes(brindle).
Lost near Mary &
Ann Street, West
side of river near
First Baptist Church
on 2/14/05 .
between 3 & 5pm.
He is a girls
beloved pet and
is missed dearly.
Please call with
any information.
626-4804
or 748-2082.


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16" Wheels,
Fog Lights! I,~


MSJ- $,765 Tom Sgs $r770


Must be financed through Chryler fRnonciol to receive odveolised pdce. *Prces
after oil pplicable rebates & d s, Mliry Bonus Co Is for active lllt
Sreserves. Pictures are for Illustration purposes only Dealer not responsible for
typogroaphicalerrors. Allvehldes subject tlo priorsle. Plus ta tog, t lees on
olvehdes. Plus $249 predelv er vice charge on all vehicles. WAC Pres
end on Mondoy Februr 28, 2005


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712
Lost & Found
PETS
FREE TO good
home: Approx. 2
year old reddish-
brown part' hound.
Very friendly and
pleasant disposition.
Call 994-5993.

LOST BLACK Lab,
off Berryhill Rd. An-
swers to Krystal.
983-0578.

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

MALE POODLE-
GRAY about 4lbs.
Lost in Bagdad on
Feb. 4th. Call 529-
1799


804.
Apparel
FORMAL GOWNS-
.3, Can be used for
Homecoming, Prom,
or Ballroom Occa-
sion. Size 0-4. 2
Flower Girl Dresses
Size 5-6. Call 981-
0405

814
Furniture
BEDROOM-ALL-
NEW SOLID WOOD
5 PIECE SET.
Chest, mirror, dress-
er; nightstand and
bed. $995. Can de-
liver 850-418-2015.

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
MEMORY FOAM
MATTRESS SET -
NEW, brand name,
in plastic, factory
warranty. Sacrifice
$595. Can deliver
850-418-5274.

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Furniture


DISTRIBUTOR
MATTRESS
OVERSTOCK
New mattress sets,
brand name,
warranty,
in plastic.

PLUSH TOP
Queen $125
Full $95

PILLOW TOP
King $230
Queen $159
Full $140

Can deliver
850-418-2015

LARGE METAL
desk. Good condi-
tion. $50. Call 994-
9633.
QUEEN SOFA
sleeper extra thick
mattress excellent
condition. $300. Call
623-3288.
WROUGHT IRON
Dining Set, Round. 4
Padded Chairs and
Beveled Glass Top.
Like New. $150.
981-8532

.826
Sporting Goods
ARGENTINA,
WINGSHOOTING
and Big Game Hunt-
ing: The best bang,
for the $ anywhere
in the world. Winter
season: April-Au-
gust, 2005. Week-
days: (314)209-
9800; Evenings:
(314 894-3776.
830
Miscellaneous
For Sale
AWARD WINNING
toileting aids washes
and dries user with-
out assistance. No
more wiping. From
$189. View products
at www.solutioncom-
fortseat.com. For
more information
Call (800)611-5515.
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.


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


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


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.
corn Blue tree
books, Box 660,
Ringoes, NJ. 08551


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

David Barter

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


830
Miscellaneous
For Sale



Centipede-
Farm Direct
'We Deliver
434-0066
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
STEEL ARCH Build-
ings! Genuine Steel-
master Buildings,
factory direct at
HUGE Savings!
20x24, 30x60,
35x50. Perfect Ga-
rage/Workshop/Barn
.Call (800)341-7007
www.SteelMas-
terUSA.com
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

832
Miscellaneous
Wanted










CASH PAID for
Books! Tel: 850-
623-5416. Please
leave a message.
GLASS CRAFTER
needs empty glass
soft drink bottles, (all
kinds). Not necessa-
rily collectors edi-
tions. Will pick up.
983-8042.
PAY CASH for junk
cars or trucks. Run-
ning or not. Call
983-9527
US STAMPS- We
will buy collections
of any type and size.
call 981-1260


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904
Cars
1981 MAZDA 626:
1972 Mercury Grand
Marquis. Furniture
also. 623-5134
Leave message.
1993 CROWN Victo-
ria, 4 door, under
88k, loaded, out-
standing condition.
$3,800. Call 675-
6408.
1993 OLDSMOBILE
Cierra, possibly
needs idler pulley
and/or tensioner,
otherwise good run-
ning car. $800 OBO.
Call Tracey at 623-
2120 days or 626-
1214 after 5pm.

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
914
Recreational
Large Private- RV
lot. Half acre, $375
month includes util-
ities. 623-9902
916
Sport Utility
Vehicles
1993 BRONCO
XLT. All power, 302,
5 speed. Great
body, many extras.
$3,500. OBO Call
626-3839.
86 CHEVY Blazer.
$1500. 393-1299.

918
Trucks
'04 NISSAN Extend-
ed Cab, Red. 1000
miles. $14,750.00.
Call before 10:00
am or 8:00 pm. 623-
3710
1997 CHEVY Chey-
enne King Cab pick-
up, Vortex V6 en-
gine, 122,000 miles,
excellent condition,
very clean. $7,995.
994-8231 or 994-
3691.


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