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Publisher: Milton Newspapers, Inc.
Place of Publication: Milton Fla
Creation Date: March 9, 2005
Publication Date: 1984-
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Table of Contents
    Section A: Main
        A 1
        A 2
        A 3
        A 4
        A 5
        A 6
        A 7
        A 8
        A 9
        A 10
    Section B: ‘Styles
        B 1
        B 2
        B 3
        B 4
    Section B: Milton High Panthers
        B 5
    Section B: ‘Styles Continued
        B 6
        B 7
        B 8
        B 9
        B 10
    Section C: Sports
        C 1
        C 2
    Section C: Classifieds
        C 3
        C 4
        C 5
        C 6
        C 7
        C 8
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(Santa Dosa's Press


12/01/05 **BOIO
LIE]AR', OF FLOFIDA HISTORY,
UIII.'ERSIT'.v OF FL
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WEDNESDAY

March 9, 2005


INSIDE


Hold on to your wallets:


Half-billion dollars in damages


could raise property taxes by 10%


By JIM FLETCHER
PG Assistant Publisher
Hurricane Ivan has left
more than a half billion dollars
in damage in Santa Rosa-a
figure that translates into more
than $7 million in lost revenue
for Santa Rosa County and the.
Santa Rosa County .School
Board. The figure could leave


Santa Rosa residents facing a
10 percent hike in their proper-
ty taxes if -omenthing isn't done
quickly.
That's why Santa. Rosa
County Property Appraiser
Greg Brown has just returned
-from Tallahassee. He's been
working to convince state offi-
cials that Florida should cough
up some of the unexpected sales


tax revenue (that came from all
the reconstruction work) to help
the counties hardest hit by the
revenue shortfall.
"Since the.day aftei the hull -
ricane," says-Brown. "l\ staff
has been assessing damage.
We've finished our assessment
of all those properties we could
get to and have determined that
Ivan did over a half billion dol-


lars in damage."
In a nutshell, prior to Ivan,
Santa Rosa had just over $5.9
billion in taxable property .
Today, that figure is $5.4 bil-
lion. At the current millage rate,
local coffers \\ill rluink by $7.2
million (about $3 6 million
each for the count\ go~mernmnent
and the county school system).
"I was in Tallahassee two


weeks ago," notes Brown. "I
was trying to get the state to.
make us whole for the dollar *
lost from Ivan. "I i. would like us.
to get our share of the excess
sales revenue. Common sense;
says, if there were 10 of us pa\ -
ing taxes and one is taken out,
the other nine have to pick up.
the slack,
See DAMAGES, Pg. 3A.


Brandt Hodrick, Santa Rosa
County's oldest resident, has
passed away at the age of 107. A
look at his life and his family's
memories is inside.
See STYLES, Page 1B.


Pride Day

on tap for

thisApril

By DEBORAH NELSON
Press Gazetc Staff TI_ itei
Santa Rosa residents get the
chance to shov. their conmuni-
ty spirit during "Santa Rosa
Pride Dj," .in April.
CommissionerI are expected to
vote the measure in at tomor-
Sro regular Commission
meeting.
Area coordinators, headed
by Santa Rosa Clean
Community, have proposed the
Commission decl ie 'Santa
, Rosa Pride Da.," proposed for a
yet-undecided. weekend next
month. to bring neighbors
together to pick up remaining
hurricane-related debris. The
event will take place sometime
:in April.
COficials s-a\ they hope the
e\ent will encourage residents
to get out intj the s-reets for an
extra-intensive "Spring
Cleanup."
"It \ ill help us recover the
pride and natural beauty of
Santa Rosa County and get the
liner ,leaned up," says Clean
Community coordinator
RodneN SUlon. ,
SOrganizers meet at Green
Up. Nursery this evening to
xkork out details.
Officials' note county resi-
Sdents may have become accus-
'tomed to seeing roadside trash
piles, and stopped picking
things up.
Schools officials say the',
plan to cet students in\ 1 ed in
neLhhorhlood cleanup efforts.
"If we all \ ork together for
one day, we could make a
tremendous difference,"
Assistant Schools-
Superintendent Steve Ratliff
notes.
"It does need to be a coun-
t3-\ ide thing. \\e eed to take
back the pride that-Ivan took
'from us," adds District 1
Commissioner Tom Stewart.
Officials say they may
place rolling containers around
t the county during the event.
S"People won't have to haul
,it off to the landfill," points out
'Con-missioner Gordon Goodin.
Goodin jlso notes that tem-
porary contractor and other
signs that are on county rights
of way will .soon be taken
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Berryhill Road set


for improvements


By DEBORAH NELSON
Press NGa .nci Shlll, Irire,


Berrnhill Road area resi-
dents may soon get a long-
awaited stoplight at Anderson
Lane and Berryhill.
Plans for that-and other
improvement projects-are
slated to begin at the close of
the -chool year.
The project was scheduled.
then halted, last year-after
county officials found they
might be able to.receive grant
money to fund it.
Current improvement plans
call for resurfacing and widen-


ing by adding ne"\ turn lanes.
The county will pay any over-
age above and beyond grant
funding, according .to
Commissioners.
Officials say they are
receiving daily complaint calls
about the intersection. A traffic
light is already in place, but is
not currently\ functioning.
Berr\yhill serves as an alter-
nate cut-through for drivers
traveling from the Chumuckla
area to Milton
That traffic is compounded
in the morning bN parents drop-
ping off children at Berryhill
See ROAD, Page 5A.


Garcon bridge


traffic on the rise


By JIM FLETCHER
PG .4sistalt Plbliiish
Hurricane I.an hasn't been
a bust for everyone or ever\ -
thing. It has meant a boon to
roofing contractors and a host
of other reconstruction firms.
And it's been an economic
shot-in-the-amrn to the Garcon
Point Bridge.
While,cash deposits for the
bridge came to a screeching
halt in the \%eek, after
Hurricane Ivan, once tolls were
restored, 'traffic counts and toll
collections have seen a regular
increase over the same period a


year ago.
This, officials speculate, is
a result of motorists attempting
to avoid traffic on the injured I-
10 bridge and steer clear of con-
gestioin on other area roadways.
In November of 2003, for
example, the Santa Rosa Bay
Bridge Au hon t made deposits
totaling $207,935. In November
of 2004, the total jumped to,
$255.090.
In December of 2003,
107,509 vehicles crossed the
span linking north and south
Santa Rosa. Twelve months
later, 116,547 nmde tle cross-
See BRIDGE, Pg. 5A.


Number Type
of of
Dwellings Dwellings


2,372
202'
32
268
706
42
16
5.

279
680
1,057


Single Family Homes Destroyed
Mobile Homes Destroyed
Mulfti-Family Dwellings Destroyed
Town Homes Destroyed
Condos Destroyed
Come racial Buildings Destroyed
Agricultural Buildings Destroyed
"Other" Buildings Destroyed

Buildings with 50% damage
Buildings with 25% damage
Buildings with 10% damage


Total Damaged Structures
Total Lost Value
* Source: Santa Rosa County Property Appraiser's Office


Lost Taxable
Value


$248,588,352
$2,970,961
$3,669,023
$25,946,767
$161,063,440
$14,982,598
$1,331,565
$834,267

$5,491,266
$194386,627
$19,044,935-

5,659
$503,309,811


Santa Rosa to consider


Santa Rosa to consider


Navarre Preservation area


By DEBORAH NELSON
Press Gazette Staff Writer


Milton resident Chuck. Ridings heaves a heavy log during last week-
end's Lumberjack Games held at the Milton campus of PJC.
Complete competition results can be found in the Sports section of
today's Press Gazette-page 1 C.
Press Gazette photo by Bill Gamblin


Commissioners decide
tomorrow whether to move for-
ward with plans to preserve an
environmentally sensitive estu-
ary and dune area off White
Sands Blvd. The spot is one of
the last unleased beach proper-
ties in Santa Rosa.
Organizers of the effort
hope to develop a management
plan to protect the ecosystem
and allow public access through
it, without destroying fragile
plant and animal life.
The Navarre Beach
Preserve project would create a
"passive" preserve that protects
as much of the area's natural
state as possible.
Navarre Beach resident


Carolyn Kolb is leading efforts
to establish county oversight of
the Preserve area.
County officials recently
rezoned the spot from a protect-
ed wetlands designation to
"conservation/ recreation."
Officials say the wetlands des-
ignation was done away with to
conform with previously-estab-
lished Navarre Beach Master
Plan goals, and that the new
zoning would allow for foot-
path construction around the
dunes.
Organizers hope to obtain
grant money to build a system
of "boardwalk" footpaths
through the property. Officials
say that would encourage the
public not to tread on beach
wildlife, and help preserve the
ecosystem.


"It's a .beautiful, fragile
area, and it needs protection
and these boardwalks would
provide that," Kolb notes.
She says a management
plan would include parking,
upkeep and security. If
installed, the boardwalk system
would also include signage
detailing wildlife in residence.
"I see this as an educational
(asset) for the citizens of Santa
Rosa county," Kolb points out.,
Officials say the area hous-
es a mullet nursery, among
other wildlife.
"I can't tell you how unique
it is," says Kolb.
Human foot traffic wasn't a
problem until recent years, she
notes, when growth took off in
the area. As the population
See NAVARRE, Pg. 7A.


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Sheriff's Report


Feb. 24 Mar. 2
Bloom, Brad Alexander;
Male; 40; 1834 Smuggler's
Cove Dr., Gulf Breeze, FL;
Probation Violation-Felony.
2/24/05
Cartwright, Brandy Lee;
Female; 23; 4264 Auckland Rd.,
Pace, FL; Fraud-Impersonate-
Use/Possess ID of another per-
son w/o consent, Fraud-Illegal
Use of Cards-Use More than 2
Times 6 months Obt Gds
Money $100 or More. 2/24/05
Parker. Jr., Charles Edward;
Male; 30; 4710 Fowler Dr.,
Pace, FL; Drive While License
Suspended 3rd or Subsequent
Offense. 2/24/05
Wilson, Kellie Mercella;
Female; 40; 4344 Audiss Rd.,
Milton, FL; Marijuana
Producing-Schedule I. 2/24/05
Currie, William Henry;
Male; 59; 6501 Sinclair St.,
Milton, FL; Trespassing-School
Grounds Was 228.091, Cocaine
Possess-With Intent to Purchase
Schedule II, Narcotic Equip-
Possess And or Use. 2/24/05


Female; 37; 2030 Old Barn Rd.,
Baker, FL; Probation Violation-
Felony. 2/24/05
Bright, James Lamar; Male;
21; 2208 James St., Milton, FL;
Cocaine-Possess W/Intent to
Sell, Mfg Deliv Etc. Schedule
II. 2/26/05
Brown. Jeremiah Wesley;
Male; 21; 50 Fulton Ave.,
Pensacola, FL; Larceny-Petit
1st, Fraud-Utter False
Instrument. 2/26/05
Brown, Tabitha Marie;
Female; 23; 4225 Auckland Rd,
Pace, FL; Cocaine-Possess
W/Intent to Sell Mfg Deliv Etc
Schedule II. 2/27/05
Milioti, Elizabeth Hartgrove;
Female; 40; 112 Old Mill Way,
Crestview, FL; Weapon
Offense-Improper ,Exhibit
Firearm or Dangerous Weapon,
Trespassing-Armed Structure or
Conveyance. 2/25/05
Murphy Jr., Joseph Bradley;
Male; 34; 4488 Rice Rd.,
Milton, FL; Possess of Weapon
or Ammo by Convicted Fla.
Felon, Drugs-Possess


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Parker. Rebecca Lynn:


Methamphetamine, Marijuana
Possess Not More Than 20
Grams, Narcotic Equip-Possess
And Or Use. 2/26/05
Raybon. Jr., Rex Allen;
Male; 30; 9668 Trace Rd,
Milton, FL; Nonmoving Traffic
Viol-Fail to Register Motor
Vehic, Drive While License
Susp 1st Offense, Drugs-
Possess Methamphetamine,
Narcotic Equip-Possess and or,
Use. 2/26/05

Thornell, Justin Lane; Male;
21; 1290 Ridgeway,
Cantonment, FL; Kidnap
Minor-Interfere w/custody,
Vehicle Theft-Grand 3rd'
Degree, Marijuana Distribution-
Deliver to Under 18 YOA
Schedule I (2 cts.). 2/25/05
\est Jr.. Michael Bernard;
Male; 35' 5914 Queen St.,
.Milton, FL; Battery-Touch or
Strike (domestic violence),
Kidnap-False Imprisonment-
Adult (domestic violence).
2/27/05

Duke. Leann Cher\l;
Female; 41; 909 Fremont Ave.,
Pensacola, FL; Probation
Violation-Felony. 2/27/05
Erwin, ,J Patrick; Male; 42;
209 Miracle Strip Pkwy, Mary
Esther, FL; Probation Violation-
Felony. 2/26/05
Grim, Melissa Jayne;
Female; 35; 18791 Township
Road, New Commerce Town,
OH; Vehicular Theft-Grand 3rd
Degree, Possess Cocaine,
Possess Cocaine, Narcotic
Equip-Possess And or Use,
Resist Officer Obstruct by
Disguised Person.. 2/25/05
Hughs. Jeremv James;
.Male; 21' 5024 Henry St.,
Milton, FL: ggrav Battery-'
Offender Knew/Should Have
Known Victim Pregnant
(domestic violence).
Johnson, Kenneth: Male: 45;
6798 Walker St.. Milton, FL:
Drite License Suspended
Habitual Offender. Possess


Cocaine, Narcotic Equip And
Or Use.
Sultzbaugh, Christopher
John; Male; 31; 14689 Munson
Hwy, Milton, FL; Veh Theft-
Grand 3rd Degree, Drive While
License Suspended 1st Offense.
2/25/05
Marshall, Terrance
Christopher;' Male; 31; 14689
Murison Hwy. Milton. FL; Veh
Theft-Grand 3rd Degree, Drive
While License Suspended. 1st
offense. 2/25/05
Rile\. Anthony NMN; Male;
25; 1045 Ea ing Drive, Atmore,
AL; DUI. 2/26/05
Underhill, Michael Curtis;
Male; 49; 7752 Rasberry Lane,
Coatesville, IN. DUI. 2/26/05
Barrow, Sharif Vladimir;
Male; 35; 106 Steel Creek
Loop. Mlilbrook. AL; Failure
To .Appear for Felony Offense.
2/28/05
Craddock; Steven G; Male;
46; 6633 Magnolia St., Milton,
FL; Resist. Officer-Obstruct
W/O Violence, Possess
Cocaine. 2/28/05
Ende,' Melanie Deanne;
Female; 34; 6393 Forest Drive,
Milton, FL; DUI..2/28/05
Swanzy, Russell Reagan;
Male; 51; 3874 Sail Wind Dr.,
Gulf Breeze, FL; DUI Alcohol
or Drugs 2nd Offense. 2/28/05
Martinez, Mauricio
Marquez; Male; 24; 7625
Hidden Oakl Rd, Milton, FL;
Asslt-Intent Threat To Do
Violence (domestic violence),
Battery-Touch or Strike
(domestic violence), Damage
Prop-Crim Mischief Over $200
Under, $1,000 Subsequent
Offense. 2/28/05
Gary, Joshua Lynn; Male;
20; 1183 Ramblewood Drive,
Gulf ',Breeze, FL; Possess
Marijuana W/Intent to Sell Mfg
or Deliver Schedule I, Possess
Marijuana Over 20 grams.
2/28/05


Gordon, Jamie William;
Male; 25; 1210 North 48th
Avenue, Pensacola, FL; Drive
While License Suspended
Habitual Offender. 2/28/05
Salyers, Mathew S.; Male;
32; 14733 Clover Lane, Rose
Hill, KS; Fraud-Impersonate
Contractor During State of
Emergency (2 cts.), Larceny
$20,000 Less Than $100,000 (2
cts.), Fraud-Swindle Obtain
Property $20,000 Less Than
$50,000 (2 cts.). 2/28/05

Williams, Katura Patrice;
Female; 23; 5046 Mary Street,
Milton, FL; Fraud-Fail ReDeliv
Hired Leased Prop $300. or
Over. 2/28/05
Dixon, Sharon Dianne;
Female; 24; 4225 Aukland Rd.,
Pace, FL; Probation Violation-
Felony. 3/1/05
Ende, Melanie Deanne;
Female; 34; 6393 Forest Dr.,
Milton, FL; 'Probation
Violation-Felony. 3/1/05
.Flowers. Sr., James
Edwards; Male; 41; 7177
Highway 89, Milton, FL; Sex
Asslt By 18 YOA Older. Sex
Battery Victim Under 12 YOA,
3/1/05
Warren. Jr., Larry Jack;
Male; 39; 827 Dawes Rd., Ft.
Walton Beach, FL; Asslt Interit
Threat to do Violence, Battery-
Touch or Strike, Burglary-
Structure Conveyance Unarmed
W/Person Inside. 3/1/05
Kinnison, Kenneth Alan;
Male; 34; 5528 Sunkist Circle,
Pace, FL; DUI Alcohol or
Drugs 3rd Violation W/In 10
years. 3/1/05
Buell, Kasie Mary; Female;
26; 6818 Larriet Lane, Milton,
FL; Cruelty Toward Child
Abuse .W/Out Great Harm,
Possess Marijuana Not More
Than 20 Grams. 3/1/05
Cannon, Jack Daniel; Male;
19; 4080 Charles Circle, Pace,
FL; Probation Violation-Felony.,


3/1/05
Dominici, Juliano Erik;
Male; 33; 7830 Fleetwood
Drive, Milton, FL; Probation
Violation-Felony. 3/1/05
Fischetti, Paul William;
Male; 35; 5634 Windham Road,
Milton, FL; Drive While-;
License Suspended 1st Offense,
Drugs -Possess :
Methamphetamine, Narcotic
Equip Possess And .Or Use.
3/1/05
Slattery, Steven John; Male;
46; 1882 Coral St., Navarre, FL;
Probation Violation-Felony.
3/1/05
Brewer, Jacob Michael;
Male; 30; 6760 North Lecanito
Hwy., Beverly Hills, FL;
Failure to Appear for Felony
Offense. 3/2/05

Edgecumbe, Tamra, i
Michelle; Female; 33; 3228
Wellington Rd., Pensacola, FL;
Probation Violation-Felon\.
3/2/05

Huffman, Belinda Anette ;
Female; 34; 3920 Evergreen-
Dr., Pace, FL; Possess Cocaine.- -
3/2/05
Johnson, Kenneth; Male; 45;
6798 Walker St., Milton, FL;
Possess Cocaine. 3/2/05

Lightner, John Hammons; .
Male; 39; 1562 Avalon Blvd., -
Milton, FL; Fugitive From :
Justice. 3/2/05.
Peterson, Quinton Lemark;
Male; 22; 16115 S.E. County
Rd. 695, Blountstown, FL;
Probation Violation-Felony. :.
3/2/05
Oueen Sr., Charles Toddy;
Male; 45; 101 Orange St.,.
Milton, 'FL; Fugitive From
Justice. 3/2/05
West, Christopher William:
Male; 23; 1809 Spitfire Street.
Navarre, FL; Failure to Appear:
for Felony Offense, Fail to',
Register as a Sexual Offender.
3/2/05


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Riverwalk Fine Arts Festival kicks off this weekend


By JOSHUA WILKS
Press Gazette Staff Writer
The 17th Riverwalk Fine
.Arts Festival will offer every-
thing Southern-music, fine
'arts, food and many more activ-
ities...and it's all happening
this weekend in downtown
Milton.
Travel by car, bike or by
boat and tie up at the boardwalk
*to enjoy what organizers call
Milton's most festive weekend
filled with art, entertainment,
food and lots of fun.
In the two-day event, the
festival will host food vendors,
a Children's Creation Station,
SCoast Guard vessel tours, and
live entertainment.


Damages
Continued From Page One.
It's a sobering thought as
county and school board offi-
cials realize Santa Rosa lost a
tenth of its wealth in the few
Short hours of Ivan's visit.
Homeowners typically see
Their homes assessed at a higher
value each year-a product,
Officials say, of inflation and the
Basic appreciation of homes'
worth. That annual increase
Alone can equate to a three per-
Scent rise in taxes every year.
-: But Brown fears, if something
:;isn't done, homeowners could
be faced with both a higher
value on their home and a high-
er tax rate on that increased
value.
Brown also serves as the
SPresident of the. Property
Appraisers. Association of
Florida. He hopes that position
will give him the necessary
Clout to win someone's ear in
Tallahassee.
Will his efforts work?
He isn't sure. but notes, "I
talked with the Governor's
office Monday. The\ said the
Governor is 'very concerned.'
Does that translate into dollars?
I: just don'n kno\. I'm in the
process of trying to find to.
exactly what' that means."
SiState leaders have been
recepti e to the concept ofhelp-
ing counties, but also have,
foundd their wallets hit from
many directions. Florida legis-
'lators, last year, agreed to allow
;-* homeowners with significant'
: damage to apply for a rebate of
their property taxes. That
Smone;, '.\ ill come from the same
Fund Brown hopes the.state will
use to reimburse governments.
Is there enough? No one has yet
Said.
S"I just know that we're
About to undergo the rebuilding
Sof our county," says Brown.
"That's a major effort and I'd
hate to think we had to try to
Accomplish that while shifting
another ten to 12 percent onto
:: the people that are left. I want
Sthe state to realize just how
much damage we had."
Santa Rosa's loss is two-


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Both sides of Riverwalk
Park, connected by a boardwalk
under the Blackwater River
bridge, will be filled with fine
artists and heritage artists.
"It's even a bigger show
this year," says Pat D'Asaro,
one of the event organizers.
"We've really worked hard get-
ting it together and invite every-
one to come out."
"It's the only fine arts festi-
val we have in downtown
Milton," says organizer Cecile
Stephens, who helped start the
event 17 years ago.
Stephens points out this
year will be the first time the
Fine Arts Festival will have the
Veterans Memorial Plaza to
offer visitors an added river-


GREG BROWN
Property Appraiser


fold.
Not only is there suddenly
$500 million fewer dollars of
value to tax, but after
September 16, all construction
stopped on the beach. That put
all estimates of new, growth-
related income in the trashcan.
Last year, Santa Rosa had pro-
jected new construction value
to reach $100 million to $200
million.
"All ourioriginal estimates
of new construction are now
off," says Brown. 'When you
stirt seeing the big picture, ypu
can really see the magnitude
that Ivanis having on us."' ,
'But Florida can't simply
write a $7.2 million check to
solve Santa Rosa's woes. What
the state government does for
.one hurricane-hit county, it
must do for all hurricane-hit
counties. Current best-esti-
mates of the dollars Florida
would have to find to offset all
lost county income top $90 to
$100 million.
"At one time," says Brown,


front venue.
Saturday's entertainment
lineup will begin at 10 a.m. on
Saturday with the Hobbs
Middle School band playing the
National. Anthem at the
Veteran's Memorial Park.
Band Director Charles Samuel
chairs the entertainment for this
year's festival.
The Avalon Middle School
Chorus will perform at 10:45
a.m., followed by South Bound
at noon. After lunch, the
Killarney Irish Players and the
Emerald Coast School of
Traditional Irish Dance will be
at .1 p.m., Mike Diamond at 2
p.m., and Paul Heath and
Friends at 3 p.m.
In the Heritage Arts area


"I had heard Florida had a great
deal of excess sales tax revenue
from reconstruction. Is it
enough to meet everyone's
needs? I just don't know. We're
all in there, trying to get our
dollars, but when you're talking
state-wide, money can go pretty
fast."
Brown has forwarded his
information to state leaders. In
a letter to area Representatives
and State Senators, he wrote,
"This (loss) will cause a shift in
the tax burden to those in Santa
Rosa County that did not lose
their homes completely, but it's
not to say they didn't suffer
damage. With the cost of insur-
ance deductibles, most of our
citizens will experience loss in
their 'personal financial
resources. The shift in the tax
burden will be through no fault
of their own."
Brown tells state leaders, "I
believe Santa Rosa County to
be one of the worst-hit counties
along with Escambia in terms
of catastrophic damage within
the State of Florida. This is not
to say other counties didn't
experience catastrophic dam-
age, but it is to say the relation-
ship of lost value to the total
taxable value in the county is
greater., Percentage wise, -to
date, Santa Rosa County is
going to experience a loss of
nearly 8.5 percent of its taxable
value due to Hurricane Ivan."
And all this, Brown notes,
is at the same time as Santa
Rosa deals with the additional
costs of restored lost or dam-
aged infrastructure.
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Fletcher. Reach him at:
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be playing at various intervals
and Sweet Prospect will be
playing in the fine arts area near
the boardwalk.
Sunday will be just as busy
with Mike Diamond at noon,
Longleaf at 1 p.m., McGuire's
Bagpipe Band at 2 p.m., Drake
Irish Dancers at 2:30, and Paul
Heath and Friends at 3:15 p.m.
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next to the pavilion on the south
end of Milton's Riverwalk Park,
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Members of the Milton
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puppetry, and wonder wands.
The Riverwalk Market will
have a booth for promotion of
the Market and its new location
on South Willing Street, across
from the Riverwalk Park and
Santa Rosa County Veterans
Memorial.
A variety of food vendors
will be located on both ends of
Riverwalk Park. Enjoy grilled
corn on the cob, kettle corn,
wraps, red beans and rice,
shrimp, scallops, fish, blooming
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of Milton, Santa Rosa Medical
Center, Associated Court
Reporters and GFWC Milton
Woman's Club.
"It's lots of fun for the
whole family," Stephens says.
"It will be a lot of creativity,
and the river offers a perfect
backdrop for an event like this."
Artists in fine arts will
include Judy Shillingburg,
Linda Koehler, Christophir and
Chellisa Ryon, Suzanne
Borges, Tim Nolan, Virginia
Wall, Bruce and Susan LaWall,
Connie Nabholtz, Judy Dandis,
Jim Berry, Helen Berry, Mary
Easley, Darlene Samuel,
Connie Ridings, Robert
McBroom, Tracey Davis,
Jennifer Shillingburg, Toni
Heyl, Susan Stillwell, Kim Chi
Tinnirella, Jason Stokes, Neomi
Caban, Ron and Jolijn
Strickland, .Linda Roland,
Marjorie Wrighton, Lisa Land,
Ekarat Beyer, Maureen
Reynolds, Helen White,
Setphanie Lowe, Aurelia Sands,


Sue Nichols, Pam Johnson,
Linda Linares, Jonathan Kioko,
Kathi Gordon, and Alberto
Cruz. These artists will be
judged and awarded cash and
ribbons in six categories.
Heritage artists will include
Colletta Bailey, tatting and
smocking; Lorraine Cathey,
heirloom teddy bears; Deb
Branning, clothing; The Bear
Factory; Jean Helton and
Jennifer Burt, tatting and cro-
cheting; JoAnne and Bruce
Byrd, recycled glass art; Jerry
and June Carver, stained glass;
Jan Dempsey, chair caning and
gourd art; Debbie and Leigh
Hammett, sock rugs; Pam and
Jerry Mitchell, folk art; ARC of
Santa Rosa, horticulture;
GFWC Milton Woman's Club,
heirloom and culinary art; and
CW and Dorothy Bruton, fresh
ground grits and cornmeal.
Festival hours are 10 a.m.
until 5 p.m. on Saturday, and 11
a.m. until 5 p.m. on Sunday.
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Who will pay?
The Federal Emergency Management
Agency's long-term recovery efforts in both Santa
Rosa and Escambia Counties have garnered con-
siderable interest, input and desired needs, which
we hope will result in positive changes in the days
ahead. '
Where all the money is expected to come from
to pay for all the things that are both wanted and
needed remains questionable, but we're' all opti-
mistic that, as our community's wounds heal, our
prayers will be answered.
Manna from Heaven is in our dreams and there
are hopes that Uncle Sam will come to our fman-
cial rescue. Our pleas for help are also being
directed to Tallahassee, and we're sure the coffers
on the local level will also be a considered source
of recovery revenue.
But one thing needs to be asked-how are we
going to pay for all that we want? There's no "free
lunch" in all this as evidenced in recent sugges-
tions by state lawmakers who are calling for
increasing the state's sales tax and local officials
wanting to put impact fees in place, raise the local
option sales tax and even increase the local gaso-
line tax.
So while we're making out our.wish lists, let's
all fully understand those we are looking upon to
fulfill those wishes will look toward additional
fees and more taxes to pay for all these things we
say we want.
No one should think, just because we "want"
all these post-Ivan things, that they will simply
magically appear.
And something we have found interesting
from these meetings is that much of what partici-
pants "want" are the very same wants that existed
well before Hurricane Ivan.
Cries for more low-to-moderate income hous-
ing, sports complexes, new roads and Widening
those already at capacity building community cen-
ters, constructing paths for pedestrians and bicy-
clists and expanding toursm have little or nothing
to do with what Hurricane Ivan did last September.
Hurricane Ivan didn't just create our enormous
traffic and transportation problems. While the
influx of out-of-state workers may ,have com-
pounded the situation, we have been complaining
about traffic congestion and the lack of more
routes for a long time.
We've known the people of Pace want a com-
munity center, butthat has absolutely nothing to
do with hurricane recovery...does it?
We all want the things people have been crying
about in these "recover'" meetings, but the bottom
line is: who will pay for all of this?
What will really be interesting, and something
we're looking forward to seeing. is just exactly
how our elected county commissioners and state
lawmakers deal w ith these long w ish lists.'
SLet's not forget many of the things that have
surfaced aren't new and have absolutely nothing to
do with what Hurricane I[an did to our communi-
ties. .
Most of problems \e are hearing about simple\
aren't new; they were.just compounded by
Hurricane Ivan.
Nevertheless, the pressure is now on our elect-'
ed officials to react. Ho%\ the\ do and \what it \till
S meaninsofaras additional taxanon and fees is any-
one's guess.
S But that old saying holds true: Be careful what
you wish for..
You just might get it. : :


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Bush's plan ha

FM: Lynn Calabro
Dear Editor:,
President George W. Bush, who finished with a
"C"' average in undergraduate history at Yale, says
he's. pretty much figured out the answer to Social
Security's future sol\ency needs.
Bush defines the complete issue as a "crisis," in
need of ''reform."
His solution?
Kill Social Securita and instead "allow" people to
spend their working lives building private, stock mar-
ket-financed retirement annuities that experts agree
will be far too little tosupport them until death.
Retiree income would depend on "whatever por-
tion of portfolio assets, if any, earns a better than a\ er-
age return.
Bush's stock market scheme presupposes first-
that an already speculation-bloated market will per-
form well over 'time,. and second-that people will
make enough to afford a decent portfolio to begin
with.
Workers who gamble their savings just enough to
beat inflation without causing financial ruin should
receive something, Bush and his .banker pals assure
us.
Enough for a dignified old age? For every
American who worked a lifetime? The plan makes
some extremely optimistic assumptions and still does-
n't come close to addressing those questions.
Whether returns can even approach meeting
Social Security's current programmed levels, say
financial experts, is unlikely.
On the other hand, the benefit to Bush's wealthy
global financier cronies is clear-a rich revenue
stream of former public trust fund money to bolster
increasingly unstable, speculation-based financial
markets.
"Pri atization" w would funnel what are now public
dollars to an ever-growing army of Wall Street leech-
es-who produce nothing tangible, but skim nullions
in fees glomming onto financial transactions created
by everybody else's efforts.
It would. no doubt, also increase America's pool
of desperate working poor-a demographic. the Third
\'orld teaches, that tends to be far more obedient and
accepting oflowwages and unfair labor pracuces.
Maybe that's why Bush is so interested in
destroying working America's retirement security to
finance primate stock sales. It's easy to see who his
S"reform" is designed to "benefit."
Just about everybody else gets to keep working
right up until death. That could prove challenging-
S.Wal-IMart only needs so many greeters. after all, forc-
ing future senior \workers to compete w\th broke 20-
year olds for burger flipping jobs.
But in presenting his idea to the current genera-
tion of 20-'ear olds. Bush takes cheap advantage of
.America's youth. who ha e little idea toda ~hat a
future as poor, unemployable old I people holds for
them tomorrow\.
It's all part of a grandiose ne\\ "otw nership socie-
t\." explains Bush. %those brainstorm arrives not a
moment too soon, considering the $427 billion budg-
et deficit he has managed to forge from the previous
administration's projected surplus.
That's not counting the trillions his Social
SSecurity "privatization" scheme is expected to cost.
That's our hard-earned money.
And it's likely to fall on future middle and lower
income taxpayers and small businesses to co\er those
deficit shortfalls, since tax cuts for large corporations
and the wealthy are themselves in no danger of
,"reform" any time soon.
Indeed, for America's shrinking.'middle
class, the future may not leave much room for "own-
ership" of anything other than the massive debts that
currently saddle most American workers.
'In a civilized world, people who work hard
deserve a decent living, and those who work all their
lives, a decent retirement.
But just paying for Bush's spending habits and
lavish tax break gifts to corporate pals-much less
funding retirement portfolios-will prove a bit chal-
lenging as American jobs continue to disappear over-
seas. Especially since much resulting profit has been
funneled not to portfolio shareholders, but into execu-
tive pockets.
In fact, a joint Institute for Policy Studies-United
for a Fair Economy study, available at
http://www.faireconomy.org/press/2004/EE2004.pdf,


s it all wrong
finds those, CEOs who got the biggest raises in recent
years were the very same ones who "outsourced" the
most American jobs out of the country.
Those companies were also among the biggest
campaign contributors to both major political parties.
CEOs at America's largest corporations got an
average file percent raise last year. bringing their
average compensation level to $10.7 million
Crirently, income above $90.000 is not traed
towards Social Security.
America's elite say they shouldn't have to pa} for
something that "doesn't benefit them."
But in the same breath, they're lobbying
Washington to make sure it's we \\ ho foot the bill for
shoring up wobbly financial networks, further enrich-
ing themselves in the process.
Increasingly expensive gas, groceries, mort-
gages, insurance premiums, transportation, taxes,
fees, and a host of other middle class transactions
inflate the Global Corporatocracy's bottom line-and
nickel and dime the rest of us-a little bit more ever)
day. (Taxes and fees fund fat government "study" and
other contracts of dubious value that, through "out-
sourcing," provide a route to legally transfer wealth
from the public to selected private firms).
At the same time, more U.S. jobs, many from
those very firms, disappear overseas and the resulting
profits finance lifestyles of the rich and ever more
greedy.
Now-that global corporate echelon has set their
'sights on lootng America's senior safety net to
finance their own interests.
Some are not even American citizens. And Its
they who are pushing "reform" to decision-making
politicians.
But, in fact, little actually needs reform at all.
Three rather obvious measures, which benefit middle
and lower income Americans (and all Americans
except the wealthiest are sliding'towards the lower
end of the spectrum in terms of real income), stand
out.
They are simple. One: raise the retirement ageto.
between 67 'and 70. The SSAB estimates that would
reduce future deficits by 22%. Two: limit benefits for
people with higher incomes and tie them to the cost of
li\vitig. This could potentially eliminate 75% of the.
deficit, say SSAB analysts. Three: increase the
amount wealthy individuals and corporations con-
tribute to\ yards e\ erybody else's old-age security. The,
SSAB estimates this could potentially eliminate
between 68% and 91 offuture deficits.
S Raising the amount of Social Security taxes paid
.at the high end of the spectrum could e\en allow\ for
cutting .taxes paid by middle and lower income
employees, as \xell as' smaller employers-a move
that \would spur small business, individual savings
and domestic commerce..
But Bush. whose own net worth is estimated
bet\ een $9 and $26 million, has stridently opposed,,
suggestions the health .contribute to everybody'
else's old-age pool. His corporate buddies agree.
SThese aren't local entrepreneurs creating
American jobs and driving industry-many are born-
wealthy financiers.and international corporate execu-
tives who are actually being paid to cut American
jobs. ,
Nonpartisan economists say, adjusting the cur-
rent Social Security system can make future percent-
ages line up.
.Whether professional economists and statisti-
cians know better than a moneyed politician with a
historically mediocre domestic policy grasp is unfor-
tunately, no longer in the hands of affected voters to
judge. It's now up to the politicians who accepted all
those corporate "contributions."
Why should the wealthy be expected to con-
tribute toward the majority public's well being?
Perhaps because nobody gets, or stays, rich in a
vacuum-it takes a vast network of community activ-
ities and transactions to grease the. system, generate
wealth, and avoid anarchy. And that's where the "ben-
efit" ultimately comes in for upper income brackets.
It's a good bet Donald Trump and Paris Hilton-
not to mention Saudi royalty with U.S. holdings-
aren't worried about their retirement.
What kind of hardships paying their fair share
would create for America's top income bracket is dif-
ficult to say. But it would certainly ease things up for
the increasingly squeezed working majority, and
"reform" Social Security, to any extent it needs to be,
in the bargain.


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You Spoke Out,

Santa Rosa...
Sunday, 8:01 a.m.
This .is Debbie. I'd like to
comment on the letter from
Claudia. I think what she had to
say was a wonderful idea and the
mayor should gite it some serious
thought.

Saturday, 9:05 p.m.
My: name is Mary. I called'
last week. I need information on:
the youth camp where teenagers
go and li\e north of Milton.

Saturday 5:35 p.m
I'm calling in reference to all'
those that want to be alcoholics.
Why don't you go stock up. Get '
drunk and slobber all over each
other. You know if you vote this
county wet, it is the last chance
you have to talk to your children:
without them being in gangs.

Saturday, 1:45 p.m.
In the May 5 issue, there was
a story about frustrations for hav-
ing no place to put the stuff for
restoration. Why don't they use
the county commission meeting
room?

Friday, 10:40 a.m.
This is Mike. I think if "the
people in this county don't want
to go wet, w e could just tax all the'
churches. Then we'd have plenty
of money for schools and roads.

Thursday, 3:33 p.m.
This is Betty. My husband
and I have an occasional beer at
home. We have no need for hard'
liquor. Our purchases are made in
support of Santa Rosa. After Ivan,
we found beer was non essential
so, completely dry would be fine.
Thursday, 12:57 p.m.
This is Eric. It is funny that
they call this county dry. You can
go to Navarre Beach and get a
drink. Where's all the crime,
gangs, etc. there? Just an observa-
tion. Vote wet.

Thursday, 10:52 a.m.
They talk about raising taxes
for roads. What's happened to the
gas tax? Someone needs to be
-accountable for all the money
they are spending on roads.


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SContinued From Page One.
Sing.
And the numbers have con-
tinued to rise. In January, traffic
counts on the bridge reached
S119,428.
In all, the area's Ivan-relat-
ed traffic congestion could spell
good news for .the troubled
span.
After decades of hoping
and planning, the Garcon Point
Bridge opened in 2001. But it.
was almost immediately met
with traffic counts considerably
lower than original estimates.
Initially, officials were not
concerned, saying a "ramp up"'
time was expected as motorists
learned the new route was avail-
able. But as the months went
by, the numbers did not
increase as much as hoped.
With lower-than-hoped-for
revenues, the Authority found
itself regularly having to dip
into contingency funds to make
its twice-annual bond pay-
ments.
In an attempt. to raise rev-
enue, an increase in tolls was
ordered. While the higher
crossing rate did result in more
income, it was still insufficient
to make the span self-sustain-
Sing.
In fact, in January, the
Authority projected revenues
for Fiscal Year 2005 would not
be sufficient to meet tests out-
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Elementary School, which is
Situated centrally along
Berryhill Rd. .
Anderson Lane intersects
SBerryhill.a short distance from
Sthe school and much area
school traffic feeds into it.
In the morning rush hour,
traffic for parents trying to get
to school can back up allthe
way back Anderson, as drivers
Swait for a clear spot.
The same problem happens
again in the evening, as drivers
return to Pace via the same
route.
Commissioners recently
approved a new 900-home sub-
Sdivision along Berryhill, near
Sthe elementary school. hhich
will add to the neighborhood
traffic load.
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Nelson. Reach her at:
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and shelter programs in the
area.
The selection was made by
a National Board that is chaired
by the Federal Emergency
Management Agency (FEMA)
and consists of representatives


When the $95 million
bridge opened, it did so with
over a $9 million reserve
account set aside for times
when there was a revenue short-
fall. .
Twice a year, the bridge
Authority must make an
approximately $2.3 million
payment. Historically, the span
has found itself $300,000 to
$500,000 short of' these
amounts and has regular dipped
into the reserve till.
With more than two years
of construction ahead for I-10
and many more delays antici-
pated on that route in that time,
traffic on the Garcon Point
Bridge is likely to continue to,
rise.
That could be good news
for the bridge which, as planned
when it was built-serned as a.
vital link during Hurricane
Ivan.
The span made its January
1 payment and will most cer-
tainly, officials 'note, do so
again in July.
Ironically; the Authority
never really knows how much
money it has for payments until
just days before the payment.
That's because, "we never real-
ly see the money," says Garnett
Breeding, who still serves in an
ad\isor, capacity. "The DOT
contracts for collection of the
tolls and the monies go straight.
to the Bank of New York in,
Jacksonville. They usually out
off the deposits around 'the
29th. "That means the
Authority will not likely know
the exact amount of the short-
age until just one or two days
before the payment due date."
SWith approximately $7 mil-.
lion remaining in reserves, the
Authority is certain to continue
for several years, but officials
say they can see a time-10 or
more years down the road-
when income could become a
problem if traffic numbers, do
not substantially increase.
Additional, development
along Avalon Blvd. could create
more traffic and solve the
bridge's problems, but Avalon
Blvd. is currently at capacity
and State officials say Florida
does not have the necessary
funds to \widen the roadway.
While talk of a Garcon
Point bridge can be found in
newspaper reports of more than,
50 years ago, it was not until a
legislative act in 1984 created


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the Authority that work began
in earnest.
Originally, the span was to
have cost $45-million, but the
bridge was held up by environ-
mentalists and other hurdles
which ultimately saw the cost
rise to the nearly $95-million
figure.
The Garcon Point bridge
links north and south Santa
Rosa. Prior to the creation of
the span, the only way to get to
south Santa Rosa was either to
drive, through Escambia
County, cross into. Gulf Breeze
and backtrack down Highway
98, or travel the dangerously.
curvy and accident-prone
Highway 87 south.
The need for the bridge was
underscored, officials say, more
than a decade ago when a barge
struck the Pensacola Bay
Bridge--taking.that span out of
service for more than a month.
Gulf Breeze residents-
who worked just across the bay
in Pensacola-found them-
selves having to drive all the
way to Navarre to Highway 87
north, then up to Milton, the
west on 90 to get to Pensacola.
Opponents to the bridge
have, from the beginning, ques-
tioned the span. Many said it
was a "bridge to nowhere" and
doubted the bridge would even
see its current 4,000 vehicles
per day.
But Authority members
remain confident that, given
enough time, the span will
become profitable. And they
continue to look for cost-cut-
ting measures that can help to
make ends meet.
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provide the administrative staff
and functions as fiscal agent.
The Board was charged to dis-
tribute funds appropriated by
Congress to help expand the
capacity of food and shelter
programs in high-need areas
around the country.
A Local Board made up of
The United Way of Santa Rosa
County; Santa Rosa County;
The City of Milton; The
American Red Cross; The
Salvation Army; Interfaith
Ministries; Catholic Charities
of NW Florida; The NW
Florida Area Agency on Aging,
Inc.; Santa Rosa County
Emergency Management; St.
Rose of Lima Catholic Church;
and a homeless/formerly home-
less or past recipient of services'
will determine how the funds
awarded to Santa Rosa County
are to be distributed among the
emergency food and shelter
programs run by local service
organizations in the area. The
Local Board is responsible for
recommending agencies to
receive these funds and any
additional funds available under'
this phase of the program.
Under the terms of the grant
from the National Board, ,local.
governmental or private volun-
tary organizations chose to
receive funds must: 1) be pri-
vate voluntary non-profit or
units of government, 20 have an
accounting system, 3) practice
nondiscrimination, 4) have
demonstrated the capability to
.deliver emergency food and/or
shelter programs, and 5) if they.
are,.a private voluntary organi-
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(850) 623-4507, or you may
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Business Review


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Milton Animal Hospital:


A personalized facility offering your pets quality service, compassionate care


By OBIE CRAIN,
Special Projects Writer
When Veterinarian, Dr.
Sandra K. Sisk, and her hus-
band 'US Navy LCDR (Ret.)
Steven K. Sisk, visited Milton
for the first time, they immedi-
ately fell in love with every-
thing it represented to them: a
desirable environment with
friendly people, a good eco-
nomic-climate, and the opportu-
nity of a lifetime to work.
together and eventually retire in
an area they liked.
That was more than two
years ago, and today both are
happy to say those observations
and aspirations are continuing
to unfold through their profes-
sional endeavors at Milton
Animal Hospital, a veterinary
practice and animal hospital-
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quiet environment.
"We basically looked up
and down the country for a
place to relocate, from Erie,
Pennsylvania to South Florida,
but it was Milton that won us
over," Steven said. "The cli-
mate here is great, and we
found the people to be the most
welcoming, much more so than
in some of the faster paced
communities."
Finding the Milton Animal
Hospital available clinched
their decision, and Dr. Sisk and
her husband bought it from its
previous owner in January of
2003. In its operation the\ ha\ e
continued to nmaina and
enhance its excellent reputation
as one of the major veterinary
practices along the Gulf Coast.
"Acquiring this facility was
the excellent chance that my
wife and me had been looking
for to work together as a team,"
Steven explained. "She does the
\eterinarN work, and I do the
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arrangement that has been fine
tuned to perfection, and the
practice is growing at an
exceedingly rapid rate.
After achieving a
Bachelor's degree in Biology
from the University of Virginia
and a Master of Science in
Microbiology from Virginia
Polytechnic Institute and State
University, Dr. Sisk took her Dr.
of Veterinary Medicine degree
from the Virginia-Maryland
College of Veterinary
Medicine.
She has more than 16 years
of experience, with specialty
interests in veterinary pediatrics
and laser surgery, a field in
which she has had advanced
training.
And as for Steven, it hasn't
always been "just business." He
holds an M.B.A. from Webster
University in St. Louis, and is a
retired Navy Lieutenant
Commander with 28 years
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.experience in management and
is quickly acquiring experience
in the veterinary hospital man-
agement field.
But it's not only the skills
and professional acumen of
Milton Animal Hospital's own-
ers that make it a unique and
environmentally accommodat-
ing place. Much of the excellent
service and quality care it offers
comes from a combination of
the compassionate staff and
state of the art facilities in-
house and available to its
patients.
SPrimarily a small animal
practice designed for the treat-
ment and care for small' ani-
mals, including dogs and cats,
Milton Animal Hospital offers
an extensive variety of services,
including pet health care,
bathing, boarding, nail trims,
dental work, laser surgery, and
ultrasound diagnostics.
In addition to routine vacci-
nations and physical exams for
your pets, other offerings
include spaying and neutering,
pharmacy; extensive diagnostic
capabilities (laser, ultrasound,
x-rays, EKG, etc.) and laborato-
ry and dietary management.
Laser surgery and ultra-
sound are almost essential in
any' veterinary practice today,
and at Milton Animal Hospital
they are readily available.
,Often, the only way to deter-
mine if there is an internal prob-
lem besieging your pet is by
looking at the internal organs..
By using ultrasound tech-
nology, the vet can visualize the
heart, kidneys, bladder, stom-
ach, liver, and other organs to
help determine the pet's condi-
tion.
A number of conditions can
be diagnosed with ultrasound
which include enlarged hearts,
bladder diseases, tumors, and
kidney and bladder stones.
Other useful technological
tools employed at Milton
Animal Hospital are the endo-
scope aiind otoscope. With the
endoscopp the veterinarian is
able to reach a visual x iew\ of
the pet's insides through a tube
down the throat into the stom-
4ch. The otoscope, on the other
hand, is useful in reaching the
shorter depths of the ears, nose,
and throat. Both tools are
extremely valuable in fulfilling
the commitment that Milton
Animal Hospital. makes to its
patients.
At Milton Animal Hospital,
you will find one of the most
comprehensive inventories of
Hill's Science Diet animal
foods you'll ri nd anywhere. If it
relates t0 \oLr animal's condi-
tion. "There's a Hill's for that!"
Available are dog foods of all
types, adult and puppy dog
foods, allergy diets, foods for
sensitive skins, joint diets,
foods that promote dental.care,
and alternatives for other condi-
tions. You name it, and you'll
find, it on the shelves in Milton
Animal Hospital's dietary
department.
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strongest characteristics
embedded in the services and
care a customer will get at
Milton Animal Hospital.
Honesty,, responsibility, and
commitment to purpose are
'intangible qualities that over-
shadow every patient and cus-
tomer relationship.
The Sisks at Milton Animal:
Hospital are proud to be mem-
bers of accrediting agencies that
serve to authenticate their ethi-
cal responsibilities. The facility-
holds prestigious memberships
in the American Animal
Hospital Associati.on. Florida:
Veterinary Medical
.Association. The Amierican:
Veterinary : Medical
Association, Better Business
Bureau On-line Reliability
Program, and the Chamber of
Commerce.
The Sisks themselves- are
very interesting individuals.
Both Dr. Sisk and her husband
Steven live in Milton and enjoy
.all the responsibilities and rec-
ompense of community citizen-
ship. In their spare time they
both enjo% miotorc\cle riding.
Ste\en is a nmenber of the
Gold\ ing Riders Association
of Amierica and enjoys, his
recreation as often as time can
be found for it.
Dr. Sisk enjoys singing pro-
fessionally as well. She is not
only a talented veterinarian, she
is also a talented singer! Visit
her on her website at
www.SandraSisk.com and let
her tell you about het latest CD,
"You Sent Your Love." It's a
volume of 12 songs, some of
which contain lyrics by Sandra


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The Milton Animal
Hospital is con, eniently located
at 4282 A\ alon BlI d. in Milton.
There's plenty of parking. and
,customers will find the interior
facilities very comfortable and
attractive. The telephone num-
ber for making an appointment
is (850) 623-6780, and you are
encouraged to call if they can.
be of assistance to you in any
way. You may access their web-
site at i~%~ .niilfonanimalhos--
pital.
com from your personal
computer. i
Clinic hours -are 7 a.ni.to'7'i
p.m. Monday through
Thursday; 7 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.
on Friday; and 8 a.m. to.2 p.m.
on Saturday.
Customer Appreciation Day
has been scheduled for
Saturday, March 12, 2005,
when Milton Animal Hospital.
staff will conduct public tours
of the facility. Dr. Sisk and her
husband are offering the public
an "inside" view of the hospi-
tal-clinic -which is expected to
be \er\ resourceful for. those
who use the facility or who
want to get a better idea of how
its patients are cared for.
"The public is cordially
invited to drop by and see for
themselves why Milton Animal
Hospital enjoys such a good
reputation when it comes to the
care of and commitment to your
pets," Dr. Sisk said. "We look
forward to having you visit us."
The tours will be conducted
during clinic hours of 8 a.m.
through 2 p.m.


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Wednesday March 9, 200


Milton Council has full agenda for next week's


meet


By JOSHUA WILKS
SPress Gazette Staff Writer
A public hearing was held
at City Hall Monday to discuss
FEMA Housing on property
Recently rezoned behind
David's Catfish. The future site
of a subdivision will hold 52
FEMA mobile homes for 24
months to serve as temporary
housing for displaced Santa
Rosa County residents. FEMA
officials say 100-150 families
are currently displaced.
The following is part of
what is on the table at City Hall
this week:
The meeting began with the
presentation of Proclamation
for Month of the Child to Betty
Whitaker, T.R. Jackson, to be
held at Council Meeting 'on
3/8/05
1) Ordinance #1173-05,
Adoption of Comprehensive
Plan Amendment CPA 05-01 A,
B, C, D, E, and F (EAR Based)
(2nd reading to be held at
Council Meeting on March 8,
i 2005),
2)' Ordinance #1174-05,
Repealing OrdinanceNo.'s 858,
859, 860, 861, 862, 863, 864,
865, 866, and 67; Adopting
Florida Building Code;
Providing for Applicability of
Florida Building Code as
adopted by Santa Rosa County
within the Corporate Limits of
the City of Milton.
3) Ordinance #1175-05,
Repealing Ordinance #863,
Setting forth provisions for
unsafe or unsanitary buildings.


Public Works Committee:
Report from committee
meeting held Thursday, March
3,
a) Approved Glover
Lane/US Hwy 90 Utility
Relocation
Outline of how much work
can be performed by the instal-
lation crew: Committee recom-
mended approval to bid the,
sewer portion, and authorize
installation crew to complete
water portion of project.
b) Approved Utility
Master Plan for the northwest
portion of the city's service
area: Committee recommended
authorization for Baskerville-
Donovan, Inc. to proceed with
Master Plan as quoted $8,300
for water portion and $10,803.
for sewer portion \% ith a total.of
$19,103 (to come from Water &
Sewer Impact Fees)
c) Approved sewer to
Badcock & General Rental on
Glover Lane: Committee rec-
ommended extending lines so
businesses can connect as it
proceeds with the Glover
Lane/US Hwy 90 Project.
d) Approved request for
sewer outside city limits Faye
DelRio, 6901 Cross Street,
Bagdad
e) Approved request for
sewer outside city limits State
Road 87 North: Committee
recommended obtaining servic-
es of Baskerville-Donovan, Inc
to provide support on determin-
ing best xa\ to extend sewer
service


f) Approved Hunt Street
Re-Plat request for services of
Installation Crew: Committee
recommends approval for
installation crew to extend
water and sewer to support
development at cost of
$2,902.38 to be paid by devel-
oper
S g) Public Works
Committee to meet on
Thursday, April 7 at 8:30 a.m.
at City Hall.
Parks & Recreation
Committee:
Report from Committee
meeting held Monday, February
28, 2005 at 8:30 am
a) Discussed Sanders
Street Park Facilities:
Discussion on vandalism at
Sanders Street Park. City
Manager Donna Adams says
there are plans to fence some of
the area. It's already taking
place, and officials are working
with police to monitor the site.
Proceeding with fencing of
Field House Project area, fenc-


ing the transformer area, and
securing the sprinkler system
area, etc.
b) Discussed property
between Dogwood Drive and
Sanders Street Park (31+ acres)
asking price $300,000; apprais-
al $279,000; proposal to offer
$270,000 with financing over
five years at 4 percent interest,
for a total of $280,920. Mayor
Guy Thompson said the owner
is happy to finance the property,
but is steadfast on the price.
Having the property, Thompson
says, would complement what
is already available for children
and adults.
The Parks and Recreation
Committee to meet on Monday,
March 28 at 8:30 a.m. at City
Hall.
Mayor Thompson present-
ed to the Council a recommend-
ed proposal of a ,future site
north of the Riverwalk Park.
Physical Plant and
Insurance Committee:


Report from
Committee meeting held
Wednesday, March 2.
a) Roof at Old City Hall:
approval to replace roof with a
metal roof and to proceed with
design by Edgardo Palag
Architect at $4,430, with city
acting as General Contractor.
b) Vandalism at Sanders
Street Park: Approval of fenc-
ing and additional patrol of
area.
c) Insurance issue: A
Milton resident damaged his
automobile when he ran.over a
manhole cover on Stewart
Street. The City agreed to pay
damages of $635, although it
was not required by insurance
companies.
Report from commit-
tee meeting held Monday,
March 7 at 3:30 p.m.'
a) Garage/Warehouse
Project
Review of .bids and
total cost...budget is $750,000,
with the city serving as the gen-


eral contractor.
*b) Mold assessment and
remediation plan for the City
Fire Department. Results found
nothing conclusive of an envi-
ronmental hazard. The duct-
work will be cleaned. The
results of the assessment will be:
presented at April's City
Council meeting.
Personnel Committee:
Report from commit-
tee meeting on Thursday,
February 17, 2005 at 8:30 a.m.
a) Customer Service
Survey: Council approved to
proceed with survey. Surveys
are available at City Hall.
b) Travel Request-City
Manager to attend Florida
County Cit\ Manager
Association Annual Conference
Ma13 11 through 14, in Tampa:
Council approved of out of
town travel
c) Personnel Committee
to meet on Thursday, March 17
at 8:30 a.m.


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Milton Planning Board:
Report from Milton
Planning Board meeting held
Tuesday, March 1:
a) Public Works Manual:
Board recommends the city
Proceed with the adoption of
the ordinance to amend the:
Land Development Regulations
to allow the Technical Review
Committee to make changes to
the Public Works Manual
b) Vanity Fair,.
Subdivision: Board recom-
mends the city accept the pre-;
S liTinary.platof, the \anml Fair
Subdivision subject to final
review'and approval by staff.
.' c) FEMA Temporary
Housing (Carmell Ridge):
Board reviewed and discussed
the proposed FEMA Temporary
Housing Project (Carmell
S Rideea and was aware of the
Public Hearing held on
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grows, more residents are dis-
covering the natural preserve
area. But that interest, sa\ offi-
Scials, could prove fatal to the
fragile area.,
"You go out there in the
summer now, and there are
(footprint) trails going over the
dunes," says Kolb. "That's the
first step in destroying them."
The dunes are the only ones
still standing at Navarre Beach,
say officials.
Preservationists are work-
ing with various preservation
groups, including the Nature
Conservancy, Federal Fish and
Wildlife and the Gulf Coastal
Plain Ecosystem Partnership.
"They've all agreed this is
the way to protect it," says
Kolb. "I haven't talked to any-
body whose career is to protect
the environment who doesn't
think this is a wonderful idea."
Commission Chair Gordon
Goodin says some residents
across the street from the area
1 are concerned the changes
would bring nighttime "beer
parties" and other intrusions
into the area.
Kolb plan's to meet with law
enforcement representatives
this week to iron, out an over-
sight plan for the area. That
could include closing the beach
at night, and limiting access
numbers during the day.
"The biggest issue is what
happens when we're not there
to make sure (visitors) behave
Themselvess" Goodin notes.
District 5 Commissioner "
John Broxson points out adding
Shandicapped-accessible ameni-
ties such as boardwalk paths
would bring more mature visi-
tors, possibly helping with
"policing" efforts.
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Nelson. Reach her at:
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Chief
"Ask Ole Chief"

"I'll be moving in the
next couple of months to
Tennessee. Chief, what will
Happen to my claim that I
filed last month with the VA
in St. Petersburg?"

VA guidelines require the
St. Petersburg VA ottice to
complete all actions on your
claim before the file can be
moved 'to Nashi ille's VA
Office. The most important item
you can do is to keep the VA in
-St. Petersburg informed of
Your new address. When the
: VA writes a veteran or widow
.and the letter is returned to VA.
the VA then believes' that the
veteran or widow is deceased.
*. The VA then stops all actions
Sand mails the file off to stordae
inAtlanta, GA. Plus, gi. ing the
VA in St. Petersburg your ne\\
address as soon as possible %t ill
*-.hopefull allow the V.A to
*schedule \ our physical exam in
STennessee, not in Pensacola!
Good IuIk in Tennessee.

"Hey chief, I'm trying to
get into the IUSIC Reserves
and-they are sa ing that I
" have the wrong Re-Code.
i'. Please explain this to me."

Ok\,. heri goes. The milli-
tary issues each individual
Supon discharge a RE-Code
: (Re-enlistment 'Code). RE-
Code is ba1ed upon the individ-
:ual's performance during the
just c'-ompleted enlistment.
SSuccessful performers receive
RE-Code 1 or 2 while those
That have dilquali!t ing factors
-swill be used RE-Code 3. The
.USMC may grant a waiver to
:RE-Code 3s, if the USMIC
needs your specialty. No'.
.th,:se dudes with RE-Code 4
are OUT and will not be re-
Senlisted unless the RE-Code is
-changed by the Bo.rd of
Correction of Miliiar\
Records. BCMR changes take
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lamaris Pate sits with his great-grandfather, Brandt Hodrick,
at the Riverwalk Park in downtown Milton earlier this sear.
Submitted Photo


haul firewood to the Milton
Boarding House where his
mother and aunt were cooks.
He said the boarding house had
offered all yotu could eat for 25
cents a day.
In his younger days, he
worked for Ford Motor
Company in Detroit, building
bodies for Ford Model "T"
automobiles for four years,
moving back to'Miltontin 1930:
When he returned, he worked
for Rhodurs Motor Company
and the Ste% art Milton Cash
House. He was the first
African-American in his neigh-
borhood to have running water,
electricity and own an automo-
bile.
Mr. Hodrick worked as a
custodian for First Presb\ lerian
Church on Elmira Street for 45
years and worked par-time for
St. Mar)'s Episcopal Church.
He also set ed as head custodi-
an for many years at Pleasant
Hill Missionary Baptist
Church. He retired from cii\ll
service work at NAS \\ hting
Field in 1961, but continued his
custodial work.
An avid Atlanta Brj\es' fan,
Mr. Hodrick loved watching
baseball and "The Price is
Right." He took his first air-
plane ride at age 98 when visit-
ing his son, Jack in Pittsburgh.
Pennsylvania.


"He reallN had a good life."
his son Wa. ne sa s. "He lo\ ed
his family and 'as \er. proud
of them."
His son sa'\s. Mr. Hodrick
enjoyed good health all of his
life. He read '., thout glasses
and, until a couple \ears ago,
\alked \ihout a cane. iUntil
recently he was out .isitino
neighbors.
'"He"' as a good church-
going, Christian man," says his
great-nephew City Councilman
,R.L. Lewis. "He \'.as a strong
person and an example setter."
Mr. Hodrick attended
church every Sunday until two
weeks ago.
"He alv.a encouraged
people to dod the \er\ best in life
and reach the highest height."
Lewis says.
When Mr. Hodrick was
born, William McKinley was
.President of dte United States.
SMr. Hodrick lived under 19
presidents. He could recall his
worst times under President
Herbert Hoover and his most
joyful times under President
Bill Clinton.
MNr. Hodrick was the.Grand
Marshall for the first three l ears
of Milton's annual Martin
Luther King. Jr. parade. Mr.
Hodrick was the oldest member


of the Florida chapter of the : "" ..
National Association for the


.Ad ancement of Colored:
People and \\as, possibly, the
nation's oldest member, his son
,Vay ne saNs.
His parents and one son,
Isaac. preceded Mr. Hodrick in
death. His iife of 69 years,
Annie Stella Callo\a\. four
sons and one daughter sur\i\e
him: Brandt Ed\ard Hodrick.
Wayne land "ife Pearl). Jack
iand "'ife Annettei. Edward
Lavon iand \\ife -Yolandai,
Neal, and Martha land husband
L.T lcKinleN: had 19 grand-
children and 29 great grandchil-
dren.
SMr. Hodrick's advice was
"Put your trust in the Lord, and
everything will be all right."
He said "the good Lord" was
his secret to long life.
Funeral services for Mr.
Hodrick will be at 2 p.m.,
Thursday March 10. His body
.',ill lie in strae at Pleasant Hill
Missionary Baptist Church with
the \viewing beginning at 11
a.m.. continuing until his funer-
al at 2 p.m. Burial will follow
at Milton's Keyser Street
Cemetery. For more informa-
tion, call Lewis Funeral Home
at 623-2243.
'Story written by Joshua
Wilks. Reach him at:
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Hughes named to
Honor List
Case\ Hughes of Pace, FL,
daughter of Ms. Victoria Jacob,
\ias named to the Honor list.of
O\ford College, the two-year
liberal arts division of Emory
Uriiersity located in O\ford,
GA. for the 2004 Fall Semester.
Students must have a cumula-
.ti'e tradee point average of 3.5
or higher to be named to the
Honor List

Healthy
Start to meet
The Healthy Start Coalition
of Santa Rosa County, Inc., sets
Monday, March 14, 2005 as
their meeting date.
The Healthy Start Coalition
of Santa Rosa County, Inc. will
hold a general Board meeting
on Monday, March 14, 2005 at
4 p.m. at the Berryhill Complex,
6751 Berryhill Street, Milton.
All meetings are open to the
public.
For further information, con-
tact the Healthy Start Coalition
at 626-6751.


Need help
See LIHEAP.
Tri-County Commnunity
Council announce funding for
the Lox' Income IHome Energy
Assistance Program (LIHEA-P,
for Santa Rosa County. This is a
once a year assistance program
for low-income faLilies need-
ing help paying electric,
propane, or natural gas. The
LIHEAP,program is based on
family household income
(wages, -.social security, SSI,
child support, TNAF, retire-
ment, etc.)
The programdates iun from
April 1, 2004 through March
:31, 2005. If you have not
received assistance during this
time period please contact
Joann Smith at 850/981-0036.
Please bring current proof of
income (check stubs, C&F
printout, social security award
letter, bank statement).

Preservation Board
to meet
The City of Milton's Historic
Preservation Board will meet in
regular session on Thursday,


March 10, 2005 at 5:30 p.m. in
the Council Chambers at City
Hall, 6738 Dixon Street.
All meetings are open to the
public. For more information,
please contact the City of
Mltion Planninh'Department at
s50-983-5440.

Locklin Tech/SR
Adult yard sale
The Locklin Technical
Center/Santa Rosa Adult School
will host its yearly yard sale on
the grounds of Locklin
Technical Center. Follow the
signs to the portable where you
will find many great deals (such
as clothing, children's items,
house wares, ceiling fans, couch
and many other treasures). The
date of the yard sale is Saturday,
March 12 from 7 a.m. to 1 p.m.
All proceeds go to the American
Cancer Society Relay for Life.

Mary Street
Outreach set
Santa Rosa Minority
HIV/AIDS Taskforce, Inc. will
be having an outreach at the
Mary Street Park beginning at


10 a.m. until... on Saturday,
March 12, 2005. We are here
because we want to take away
some of the fears and rumors
that prevent people of color
from being tested for
HIV/AIDS. The purpose of SR
Minority HIV/AIDS is to
inform and test. Come and
enjoy the fundraiser and fellow-
ship. Shishkabobs, Nachos,
Chili, Chips, Gatorade, Hot
Dogs, Water and Candy, Fish
and Chicken will be available.
Free painless testing is offered
with a free gift after testing
along with free literature and a
free consultation. For more
information, contact Kaye
White at 7537 Highway 90 East
or 850/623-2616. .;_- -,.-


Amvet Post 1292
news
The Amvets Post 1292,
located on Old Bagdad.
Highway will have a band
Friday night, March l11th, and
Friday, March 18th featuring
Murphy Law.
Karaoke will be March 12,


19, and 26th featuring Frank &
Dave. There will be lunch on
Wednesday-Chicken Barbeque,
potato salad and beans.
Thursday lunch will be Chicken
& Dumplings; Friday lunch will
be Soup and Sandwiches. All
for a $5 donation, 12 to 3 p.m.
each day.
For more information call
623-2258 or 994-7176.

Blood
Drive planned
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 6234
6780.

MHS yard sale is
March 19th
Milton High School's Mu
Alpha Theta will be having a
car wash and yard sale at the
south end of MHS campus
(Park Avenue) by the Math
Building on Saturday, March
19th from 9 to 12 noon.


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By JOSHUA WILKS
Press Gazette Staff Writer
For more than a century,
Brandt Hodrick was a symbol
of good faith to his family and
his community.
Mr. Hodrick, Santa Rosa
County's oldest resident, passed
ax% a\ peacefully surrounded by
his family Thursday, March 3,
ending his long journey through
life at his home in Milton, one
block south of his childhood
home. He was 107 years old.
One of 10 children, Mr.
Hodrick was born February 10,
1898 to Henry and Hannah
Hodrick on what is now
Econfina Street-just one block
north of the home in which he
died--Mr. Hodrick could usual-
ly be seen on his front porch,
smoking a Tampa Nugget cigar.
Married for just shy of 70
\ears to his \ ffe "Annie S.,"
Stella Calloa., 92., the
Hodricks had six children. 19
grandchildren and 29 great


grandchildren. His son, Wayne,
says his father's .eyes lit up
every time his grandchildren
would visit.
His- family moved to the
Ferris Hill area in the 1800s
.from Georgia. When Mr.
Hodrick was five years old in
1903, his great-grandfather, his
grandfather and his father
helped found the Pleasant Hill
Missionary Baptist Church,
where he stayed active, serving
as a deacon and member of the
board of trustees. All of their
names can be found on the cor-
nerstone of the church on
Econfina Street.
"He was always telling sto-
ries," says his son Wayne, local
president of the NAACP, "IHe
loved talking with friends and
neighbors."
One of the stories '\\ai ne
remembers well i a, one he was
just telling a couple of weeks
ago Irt' a tale about a time
i\hen he was a boy and \xould


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Wednesday March 9, 2005 ,'


Alderman,
Dowain Ellis
1931 2004
Dowain Ellis Alderman, age
73, of Milton, passed away
Friday, March 4, 2005. He was
a native of Pensacola and a
World War II Veteran.
He is survived by his wife-
Irene Alderman; son & daugh-
ter-in-law-Steven Ellis (Lela)
Alderman; daughters and sons-
in-law-Connie Alderman
(Tommy) King, Shelia Gail
(Anthony) Nelson; 2 sisters-
Toynette Lysek and Ouida M.
Hon; 9 grandchildren and 5
great grandchildren.
Graveside funeral services'
for Mr. Alderman were 2 p.m.
Monday, March 7, 2005 in the
Roberts Cemetery on
Creighton Road in Pensacola
with Pastor Fred Rogers of the
First Assembly of God in.
Milton, officiating. Lewis
Funeral Home directed.

Gill, Charles
"Ted"
Mr. Charles "Ted" Gill, age
84, of Ridge Road, Brewton,
AL passed away Tuesday after-
noon, March 1, 2005 in a local
hospital after a brief illness. He
was a native of McClellan, FL,
and a longtime resident of
Escambia County, Alabama.
Mr. Gill was a member and
Deacon .of East Brewton,
Baptist Church, a U.S. Marine
veteran, a member of Norris
Lodge #301, helped establish
Ridge Road Water Board, and a
retired electrician.
Survivors include 2 sons-
David (Ginger) Gill of Eufaula.
AL, Eddie (Thersa) Dolihite of
Pensacola. FL; 3 daughters--
Elaine Gill of Brewton, AL,
Becky Glidewell of Bay,
Minette, AL, Kim Gill (Butch)


Geck of Castleberry, AL; 1
brother-Joseph "Joe" Gill of
Berrydale, FL; 1 sister-
Bernice Wiggins of Bagdad,
FL; 16 grandchildren; 15 great-
grandchildren.
Funeral services were
Friday, March 4, 2005 at 2 p.m.
at East Brewton Baptist Church
with Rev. Bryan Gill officiat-
ing. Interment followed in
Elim Baptist Church Cemetery,
Roberts, AL. with' Williams
Memorial Funeral, Home of
Brewton, AL, directing,

Killam,
Mildred Stuckey
1923 -2005
Mildred Stuckey Killam,
age 81, passed away Saturday.
March 5, 2005 at Jay, FL.
She was bornApril 19, 1923
in Byrnville, FL, She' was an
active member of Poplar Dell
Baptist Church and loved the
Lord. She was a devoted wife
and mother to 6 children.
She was preceded in death
by her parents-Aubrey and
Nancy Stuckey; a granddaugh-
ter -Laura Ann Dunn; and sis-
ters-Robie Gillmore, Myrie
Glass and Evelyn Hinson.
She is survived by her hus-
band of 60 years-Claud H.
Killam. 3 daughters-Shirle\
Dunn. Diane' White and
Annette (Ladon) Hall; 3 sons--
Clinton I Ann.i Killam, Benny
(Debbie) Killam, and Dewayne
(Audrey) Killam; 9 .grandchil-
dren and 9 great-grandchildren.
Funeral services were 2
p.m., Monday, March 7, 2005
at Poplar Dell Baptist Church.
Active pallbearers were her
grandsons-Jason Killam,
Brian Killam. Lucas Killamn,
Jeremy Hall. Randell White
and John Michael Dunn.
In lieu of flowers, contribu-
tions may be made to Poplar


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Dell Baptist Church.
Jay Funeral Home, Jay, FL
was in charge of arrangements.

Presley, Ruth Riley
1915 -2005


Ruth Riles Presle\. 89. of
Bagdad, passed away on
Sunday March 6, 2005 in a
local nursing facility.
Mrs. Presley was a native of
Geneva, Alabama, but had
resided most of her life in the
Bagdad area. She along with
her late husband Maurice,
founded the Presley Agency.
She was an active member of
the Ladies Prayer Group at the
Bagdad First Assembly of God
Church. She was also preceded
in death by her son Joe Presley.
Mrs. Presley is stlri\%ed by
her children- \arner aind
Naomi Presley of Bagdad.
Nlaureen and Ra\ McCulley of
Pensacola. Shirle\ 'Presley of
Milton; 9 grandchildren and 15
great grandchildren; a sister-
Louise Craft of Milton and a
dear sister-in-law-Bernice
Riley of Panama City, FL, and
many nieces and nephews.
Funeral Services for Mrs.
Presley will be held at 2:00
p.m. on Wednesday, March 9,
2005 at the Lewis Funeral
Home in Milton with Rev.
Steve Vanlandingham, Rev.
Jim Bird, and Rev. Brad Odom
officiating.
Burial will follow in the
Bagdad Cemetery with Lewis
Funeral Home directing.
The family received friends
from 6 to 8 p.m. on Tuesday
March 8, 2005 at the Lewis
Funeral Home in Milton
Active Pallbearers' willbe.
Lester Mooneyham, Revy. Mel
Coon, Phil Yates, Danny
Bateman, Ronald Shawn
Brantley, Lloyd Fowler, Joe
Whitehead, and Bobby
Walters.
Honorary Pallbearers 'will
be the Ladies Prayer Group of
the Bagdad First Assembly of
God Church.

Shelton, Bonnie
Hamilton
1922 -2005.
Bonnie Hamilton Shelton,
age 82, of Pace, died Sunday,
March 6, 2005. She was a
native of and lifelong resident


of Santa Rosa County. She was
a longtime member of the
Baptist faith. Mrs. Shelton was
retired from the Chemstrand-
Monsanto Company.
She was preceded in death
by her husband-Lamar
Shelton; her 2 brothers-
Woodrow Hamilton and
Norman Hamilton.
Survivors include 2 sons--
Jackie (Jeanie) Shelton and
Tim (Tena) Shelton; 1 daugh-
ter-Pat (Frank) Loony; grand-
children-Joshua Shelton.
Jason Shelton, Justin Shelton,
Zack (Stephanie) Sims,
Christopher Shelton, Deanna
Shelton, Daniel Shelton, and
Amanda (Ray) Heimsness;
great granddaughter-Anah
Heimsness; -great grandson-
Bart Heimsness; 1 sister-
Myrtle Smith; 1 sister-in-law-
Cynthia Hamilton.
Services were 2:30 p.m.
Tuesday, March 8, 2005 at the
Donnie Sowell. Funeral Home
in Milton. Zack Sims and Rev.
Tim Shelton officiated with
burial in Memory Park
Cemetery.
Active pallbearers were
Carley Lee Johnson, Buford
Plant, Billy Jones, Kermit
Groat, J.E. Plant, and Ricky
Ha-tis.
Honorary pallbearers were
Mrs. Shelton's son-in-la\\ and
grandchildren.
The family suggested 'that
flowers are appreciated or
Memorials may be made to the
Joyce Goldenberg Hospice
Residence, 10075 Hillview
Road, Pensacola, FL 32514.
Donnie Sowell Funeral
Home of Milton, FL was in
charge of arrangements.

Vergatil, Retha
1926- 2005
Retha Vergati, age 78, of
Milton, died Thursday, March
3, 2005.
.She was a native of Stanton,
Texas and had resided here for
the past several months.
She is survived by her 2
daughters-Janice (Earl)
Newman of Milton. Tena
'(Rand\) Mellema of Lowell,
Michigan; 2 sisters--na
Grush, and Mary Bonie; 4
grandchildren and 1 great-
grandchild.
Funeral services were con-
ducted at 2 p.m. Monday,
March 7, 2005 at the' Donnie
Sowell Funeral Home Chapel.
Dr. Mike Wiggins officiated.
,Donnie Sowell Funeral
Home of Milton was in charge
of arrangements.

Stegall,
Annis Manning
91919-2005
Annis Manning Stegall, age
85, of Pace, died Friday, March


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Northwest Florida. She has
worked diligently for the
Association and has helped put
Santa Rosa County on the map
with her knowledge of how
things are supposed to work.
Cecilia is the manager of


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laughter into our lives. "I
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Cecilia will be there for you
through thick and thin. She is
the first to make an 'offer when
someone is in need. She is very


generous .of her time and
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when you need one and she is
truly a kindred spirit.
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opportunity passes. "Cecilia,
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4, 2005. She was a native of
Millview, Florida and had
resided here most of her life.
She was. of the Baptist faith.
Mrs. Stegall was an avid
bowler with the Senior Citizens
League at Cordova Lanes.
She was preceded in death
by her sister-Clara Smith, her
4 brothers-Cecil Manning,
John Manning, Raymond
Manning and Glen Manning.
She is survived by 1 daugh-
ter-Pamilla Marie "Pam"
Baker of Pensacola, FL; 3
sons-Frederick (Connie)
Street of Pensacola, FL,
Charles (Judy) Street of Cocoa,
FL, William (Liz) Street of
Newton, New Jersey; 1 sis-
ter-Carrie Gilbert of
Pensacola; 13 grandchildren;,
11 great-grandchildren" and 1
great-great grandchild; many
,nieces, nephews and other rela-
tives.
Graveside funeral services
were 1:15 p.m., Tuesday,
March 7, 2005 at Barrancas
National Cemetery in
Pensacola. Pastor Jim
Burkhardt officiated.
SThe family suggested that in
lieu of flowers, contributions
may be made to Covenant
Hospice of Pensacola in her
memory with sincere thanks
from the family for their spe-
cial lo\e and care.
Donnie Sowell Funeral
Home of Milton was in charge
of arrangements.
The family would also rec-
ognize and thank Physicians
Luke and Bradley, Emergency
Room Staff and 2nd Floor
Neuro Staff at Sacred Heart for
their care.

Norris, Mary
SElizabeth" Betty"
1917 2005
On Tuesday, March 3, 2005,
a beloved woman slipped from
our grasp and was xelcomned
into the arms of our Lord and
will forever be in peace. She
will always be remembered.
loved,.and cherished for her
devotion, dedication, and plen-
tiful love of God, family, and
friends. She was 87.
Mary Norris was born in
Vine Grove, Kentucky, on
November 25, 1917. Mary's
hard work while growing up in
the hills of Kentucky made all
the good things sweeter in life.
Her strength came from many
hardships and difficult times as
a child having to tend to a large
family on a tobacco farm. A
roadside chat on a rural dirt.
road by a man in a borrowed
car changed her life. Willie
Norris was in the Arnm\ sa-
tioned at Ft. Knox and rheN
\\ere married on March 3,
1938. He brought her to Pace,
FL,-where they shared a good
life together for 43 years.


Through military separations
and tough moments, she
always stood by her man. They
shared their life with a son who -
will forever remember their
principles, values and commit-
ment. She was a very loving '.,
wife and mother and dedicated -.
homemaker. Mary was a self-
less and charitable woman,
always cooking and delivering
meals and visiting those who I-
were sick or in need. She was
very active with her grandchil- .:-
dren, she spent a great deal of
Time with them and they had
such fun! They .will always
treasure the wonderful times '
they spent together. Anyone
who knew her can never forget
her wonderful sense of humor
and contagious laugh.
Mary resided in Pace before
moving to an assisted living
facility in Pensacola in 1999..'
She moved to the Health ,
Center of Pensacola in July
2004. She was a faithful mem--- .
ber of Pace Assembly of God
Church for nearly 30 years. -
She was very active with the
Golden Eagles. Due to her .
declining health, she was,
unable to attend in recent
years. She was a member of the
Eastern Star. She especially
enjoyed her weekly visits with
her sister-Shellie Ball these K
past fe\\ years. She was the.last ',
survivor of a family of 13
brothers and sisters.
She was preceded in death
by her husband-Willie Norris,
her parents-Jasper and
Appalonia Ray and all of her"-
brothers and sisters.
She is survived by 1 son- '
David (Robin) Norris of ''
Pensacola; 2 very special step- '
sons-William "Sonny" Norris
of Pace, and Jerry Sullivan-
IChnsrinei of Jacksonville; 3:' 1.,
grandchildren-Eric Norris,
Valerie Norris and April ...
Sullivan Centers; 1 great-
grandson; numerous:nieces and
nephews; 2 sisters in heart-
Hazel Dillard and Rose :-
Peloquin.
Special thanks to the many
Nurses, CNAs, and staff of The'-
Health Center of Pensacola,'
and her awesome, team from,, I
Covenant Hospice.
Funeral,..services for Mrs.
Norris were 12 noon. Tuesday,.
March 8, 2005, at Pace :
Assembly of God with the Rev. .
Glyn Lowery and Rev. Grady:
Sowell officiating. Burial fol-
lowed at 2 p.m. at Barrancas
National Cemetery.
.Active pallbearers. were-
Gary Ball, Paul Peloquin, Chip
Maples, Michael Spence, and
SEric Norris.
Honorary pallbearers were, *
the members of Pace Assembly
of God.
Lewis Funeral Home in
Milton was. in charge of
arrangements.


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Wednesday March 9, 2005


I The Santa Rosa Press Gazette


Leeals


INVITATION TO BID Sealed
Bids will be received from Pre-
Qualified Contractors by the
Santa Rosa County School
Board, at the Office of the
SAssistant Superintendent for
Administrative Services, 6544
Firehouse Road, Upstairs
Conference Room
*'(Maintenance Building) 850-
983-5123, Milton, Florida, until
.8:30 a.m. Local Time,
Tuesday, March 22, 2005, at
.which time and place all bids
.will be publicly opened and
read aloud, For the
S Construction of "GULF
BREEZE MIDDLE SCHOOL
S.HVAC MAINTENANCE -
.PHASE II for the School
Board of Santa Rosa County,
Florida.
Any bids received after clos-
i. ng will be returned unopened,
All contractors for education-
qi' facilities are hereby notified
That to be eligible to bid on
school projects they must be
pre-qualified. Contact the
Board at the above address for
Information on pre-qualifying.
.Documents may be secured
from Schmidt Dell Associates,
Inc., 139 E. Government St.,
: -Pensacola, Florida 32501
upon a deposit of $100.00 per
'set. Deposit will be refunded
S'provided that plans and speci-
fications are retumed in good
Order to the Engineer within
.- seven (7) days after bid date
and, further, provided that the
.contractor submits a bona fide
Sbid.
Bids shall be submitted on
the form supplied by the
SEngineer. Each bid must be
accompanied by a Bid Bond in
the amount of 5% of the base
bid as guarantee that the suc-
cessful bidder will enter into a


written contract with the Owner
and furnish a 100%
"Performance Bond" and a
100% "Labor and Material
Payment Bond" satisfactory to
the Owner.
The Owner reserves the right
to waive informalities in bid-
ding and reject any and all
bids.
by John W. Rogers,
Superintendent of Schools
030205
030905
031605
3/152
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE FIRST JUDICIAL CIR-
CUIT, IN AND FOR SANTA
ROSA COUNTY, FLORIDA
Case No.: 05-132-DR
Division:
Traci Och McMillin,
Petitioner
and
Jeremy McMIlln,
Respondent.
NOTICE OF ACTION FOR
DISSOLUTION OF MAR-
RIAGE
TO: Jeremy McMillin
1201 N. College St., Apt. 217
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an
action has been filed against
you and that you are required
to serve a copy of your written
defenses, if any, to it on Traci
McMillin whose address is
6384 Sandy Lane, Milton,
Florida 32570 on or before
March 30, 2005, and file the
original with the clerk of this
Court at 6865 Caroline St


Milton FL 32570, before serv-
ice on Petitioner or immediate-
ly thereafter. If you fail to do so,
a default may be entered
against you for the relief
demanded in the petition.
Copies of all court documents
in this case, including orders,
are available at the Clerk of the
Circuit Court's office. You may
review these documents upon
request.
You must keep the Clerk of tha
Circuit Court's office notified of
your current address. (You
may file Notice of Current
Address, Florida Supreme
Court Approved Family Law
Form 12.915.) Future papers
in this lawsuit will be mailed to
the address on record at the
clerk's office.
WARNING: Rule 12.285;
Florida Family law Rules of
Procedure, requires certain
automatic disclosure of docu-
ments and information. Failure
to comply can result in sanc-
tions, including dismissal or
striking of pleadings.
Dated: February 25, 2005
CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT
COURT
CIRCUIT COURT SEAL
By: M.. Lauer
Deputy Clerk
030205
030905
031605.
032305
3/153
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR
SANTA ROSA COUNTY,
FLORIDA PROBATE DIVI-
SION
File No.: 57-2005-CP-53


Division: B
IN RE: ESTATE OF
YOLANDA PEREZ CASSIDY
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
The administration of the
estate of YOLANDA PEREZ
CASSIDY, deceased, whose
date of death was July 15,
2004, is pending in the Circuit
Court for Santa Rosa County,
Florida, Probate Division, the
address of which is Mary
Johnson, Attn: Probate, P.O.
Box 472, Milton, Florida
32572. The names and
addresses of the personal rep-
resentative and the personal
representative's attorney are
set forth below.
All creditors of the decedent'
and other persons having
claims or demands against
decedent's estate on whom a
copy of this notice is required
to be served must file their
claims with this court WITHIN
THE LATER OF 3 MONTHS
AFTER THE TIME OF THE
FIRST PUBLICATION OF
THIS NOTICE OR 30 DAYS
AFTER THE DATE OF SER-
VICE OF A COPY OF THIS
NOTICE ON THEM.
All other creditors of the dece-
dent and other persons having
claims or demands against
decedent's estate must file
their claims with this court
WITHIN 3 MONTHS AFTER
THE DATE OF THE FIRST
PUBLICATION OF THIS
NOTICE.
ALL CLAIMS NOT SO FILED
WILL BE FOREVER BARRED.
NOTWITHSTANDING THE
TIME PERIOD SET FORTH


ABOVE, ANY CLAIM FILED
TWO (2) YEARS OR MORE
AFTER THE DECEDENT'S
DATE OF DEATH IS
BARRED.


The date of first put
this notice is March
Attorney for
Representative:
/s/ Steven E. Quinon
STEVEN E. QUINNE
Attorney
Florida Bar No. 5865
Chase, Quinnell,
Jackson, PA.
101 E. Government
Pensacola, Florida 3
Telephone: (850) 43
Patrick Cassidy
5776 Windermere Tr
Pace, FL 32571
030205
030905
3/154
NOTICE TO BIDDER
VEHICLES
Notice is hereby give
Board of
Commissioners of S
County, Florida, wi
sealed bids for one s
ty vehicle.
All bids must be in
delivered by hand,
mail to the Santa Ro
Procurement, De
6495 Caroline Stree
Milton, Florida, 325
must be received
a.m., April 5, 2005,
time bids will be op
read aloud. All inter
ties are invited to att


Bids received after the time set
for the bid opening will be
rejected and returned
unopened to the bidder.


blication of Specifications and bid form
2, 2005. may be secured from the
Santa Rosa County Website
Personal (www.co.santarosa.fl.gov/bids)
or at the Santa Rosa County
Procurement Department at
all the above address. Telephone
ELL (850) 983-1833. Bids received
after the time set for the bid
595 opening will be rejected and
Mclver & returned unopened to the bid-
der.
St.
12502 The Board of County
4-3601 Commissioners reserves the
right to waive irregularities in
bids, to reject any or all bids
race with or without cause, and to
award the bid that it deter-
mines to be in the best interest
of Santa Rosa County.
Santa Rosa County does not
discriminate on the basis of
RS race, color, national origin, sex,
i.l..:r. age, or handicapped
ilju .n employment or provi-.
en that the i,:-. .i .- .:-
County
anta Rosa By order of the Board of
ill receive County Commissioners of
'port utili- Santa Rosa County, Florida.
030905
writing and 030905
Fed Ex, or 3/163
sa County
apartment,
t, Suite G, NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEAR-
570; and ING
by '10:00
at which WHEREAS, Stephen Furman,
opened and representing the First United
ested par- Methodist Church of Pace, has
end.' petitioned to vacate, abandon,
discontinue and renounce any


interest and right of the public
in and to the following
described property to wit:
The right-of-way known as
Security Street running north
and south between lots 19
through' 21 and 22 through 24
of the Progressive Homes
Subdivision, which is recorded
as subdivision # 3310, plat #
154, in Plat Book B, page 1, of
the public records of Santa
Rosa County, Florida. .
AND WHEREAS, a time and
date has been established for
a public hearing for the Board
of County Commissioners to
consider the advisability of
exercising its authority pur-
suant to Chapter 336 of the
general statutes to vacate,
abandon, discontinue,
renounce and disclaim any
right or interest of the public in
and to the above described
property.
NOW' THEREFORE, all inter-
ested persons and the public
generally are directed that a
public hearing upon the above
mentioned Petition, shall be
held by the Board of County
Commissioners of Santa Rosa
County, Florida, in the
Commissioners Meeting Room
in the Santa Rosa County
Administrative Center located
at 6495 Caroline Street, Milton,
Florida, on the 24th day of
March, 2005, at the hour of
9:30 a.m. cst/cdst, or as soon
thereafter as the matter can be
considered.
All interested parties should
take notice that if they decide
to appeal any decision made
by the Board of County


Commissioners with respect to
any matter coming before said
Board at said meeting, it is
their individual responsibility to
insure that a record of pro-
ceedings they are appealing
exists and for such purpose
they will need to insure that a
verbatim record of the pro-
ceedings is made, which
record shall include the testi-
mony and the evidence upon
which their appeal is to be
based. Interested parties may
appear at the meeting and be
heard with respect to this mat-
ter:
030905
030905
3/164
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
FOR SANTA ROSA COUNTY,
FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
FILE NO. : 57-2005-CP-64
IN RE: ESTATE OF
MICHAEL L. DUVALL,
Deceased.'
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
The administration of the
estate of MICHAEL L.
DUVALL, deceased, with the
case number indicated above,
is pending in the Circuit Court
for Santa Rosa County,
Florida, Probate Division, the
address of which is 6865 S.W.
Caroline Street, Milton, Florida
32570. The name and address
of the personal representative
and of the personal represen-
tative's attorney are set forth
below.
All creditors of the decedent


and other persons having
claims or demands against the
decedent's estate, including
unmatured, contingent or
unliquidated claims, on whom
a copy of this notice is served
must file their claims with this
court WITHIN THE LATER OF
3 MONTHS AFTER THE
DATE OF THE FIRST PUBLI-
CATION OF THIS NOTICE OR
30 DAYS AFTER THE DATE
OF SERVICE OF A COPY OF
THIS NOTICE ON THEM.
All other creditors of the dece-
dent and other persons having
claims or demands against the
decedent's estate, including
unmatured, contingent or
unliquidated claims, must file
their claims with this court
WITHIN 3 MONTHS AFTER
THE DATE OF THE FIRST
PUBLICATION OF THIS.
NOTICE.
ALL CLAIMS NOT SO FILED
WILL BE FOREVER BARRED.
Date of the first publication of
this notice: March 9, 2005.
RONALD L. NELSON
Florida Bar Number 280194
Attorney, for Personal
Representative
517 East Government Street
Pensacola, Florida 32502
Telephone (850) 434-1700
Personal Representative:
DENISE C. DUVALL
6600 Imperial Court
Milton, Florida 32570
030905
031605
3/165


W.H. Rhodes Elementary School recognizes Honor Roll students


The following W.H. Rhodes
i Elementary students made the
Honor Rolls for the 2nd grade
Period of the year.
Congratulations!
Third Grade "A" -
Clayton Anderson, Randi Bass,
: Elizabeth Berti, Alyssa
:Bramwell, Gabby Danford,
SMojave Denson; Sarah
i Emmons-Hinote, Keven
!- Humphreys, Antaya Jennings,
:-Kara Jernigan, Cody Leggett,
:.'-Justin Osborne, Ashton Shell,
Sand Ethan Williams.
"A/B" Jaelyn Albert,
:.Kristyn Bailey, Michael Bays,


Kiah Beeman, Katie Belcher,
Andrea Black, Ian Briggs, Sarah
Brock, Lakeisha Brown,
Michala Brown, Sade Crosby,
Taylor Dreher, Draygen Dyess,
Coby Gibson, Shaina Gibson,
Bradley Graham, Bobby Green,
Danika Hamilton, Trey Hankins,
Kerstian Kent,, Zane Lowe,
Shayla Lyles, Timothy
Malinoski, Dykaree -Mallory,
Drew Manning, Colton
Mapoles, Max Meshel, Chance
Michener, Jasmine Moreno,
Alicia Morgan, Chris Ona,
Jessica Pearson, Jordan Pittman,
Caleb Pough, Demetric Rambo,


Mariah Roch6, Robert Schill,
Chris Spears, Kayla Spencer,
Hailey Wistner, Ahjah Woods,
Brianna Woods and Derrick
Zambesi.
Fourth Grade "A" Tray
Albert, Adam Busenbark, Eleana
Colvin, William Harris, Kevin
Hicks, Jacquelyn Kahler, Amir
Kelker, Zakerra Lance, Vita
Locke, Tommy McMillion,
Kenzo Neff, Ashley Pate, Coleen
Pate, Tyler Reynolds, Brooke
Saldana, Adam Smeltzer,
Courtney Spangenberger, Trace
Sorrell, Brittany Stansbury, John
Blake Temple, and Candace


Welch.
"A/B" Ashtyn Bailey, Bree
Biscoe, Tiffany Blackmon,
Chelsea Bramblett, Kaleb
Branch, Kevin Brooks, Ashten
Clark, Bailey Coulter, Derek.
Decker, Paige Dowling, Clara
Drake, Jessica Edgar, Diamond
Golden, Nicolas 'Gonzalez,
Silvano Gonzalez, William Gray,
Ashley Gunter, Bethany Hicks,
Emma Holt, Julia Hurst, Ryan
Johnson, Shawn Johnson,
Raheein Jones, Timothy Lewis,
Bradley Maher, Anthony Maher,
Allyson Martini, Scarlett Mines,
Gabby Morton, Briya Murray,


.Sarah Phillips, Jon Pickard,
Tattianna Powell, Gunter
Rogers, Marie Smith, David
Stout, Taylor Tate, James
Thames, Dylan Thorpe, Kayelyn
Tryon, Kayelyn Tryon, Kristen
Vaughan, and Nolan Wade.
Fifth Grade "A" Arvin
Cortez, Gabrielle Decker,
Kasandra Gilley, Anna Ledet,
Katie Martin, D'Andre
Nicholson, Phillip Pesta, Ryan
Piscopo, Emily Womack.
"A/B" Hannah Allman,
Ariel Archer, T.J. Bailey, Kristen
Barney, Nichole Berti, Allyn
Blackmon, Candace Christie,


Hayley Copeland, Nicole
Frizzell, Nicole Gable, Katie
Haigh, Nicole Helton, Sunny
Kahn, Michelle Kyle, Caitlin
Kennedy, Carby Lohr, Tim
Manning, Neko Marshall,
Jonathan Marange, Joel
Mathews, Jack Money, Mary
Murphy, Hunter Nelson, Robyn
Owens, Tristan Pengenika,
Hailey Petrie, Christian Pope,
Jackie Profitt, Maria Saria,
Brandy Schesny, Jamie Smith,
Katie Smith, Lisa Smith, Katie
Thompson, Desiree Velasquez,
Haylen Washington, Jordan
Wetzel, and Katie Worley.


iMeOmpes cepebkate sOthi LAnntivni S4

S John and Roberta Temple
:.will celebrate:their 50th wed-
ding anniversary on Sunda.,
March 13th. A reception \ ill be ..,
Given by their children from
:3-00' until 5:30 p m. in the
SFellowship Hall of Margaret .
SStreet Church of ,Christ in ;,.:
-Milton. Friends and relatives
Share invited to attend.
John retired after 34 years of .
::service with the Santa Rosa
School Board. Roberta was a
Teacher at Milton High School
for 23 years.
They are the parents of '
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CAL Center/Santa
Rosa Adult School
will host it's yearly
Yard Sale on the
grounds of Locklin
Technical Center,
follow the signs to
the portable where
you will find many
great deals (such as
clothing, children
items, house wares,
ceiling fans, couch
and many other
treasures). Satur-
day, March 12th,
from 7:00 am 1:00
pm All proceeds go
to the American
Cancer Society Re-
lay for Life.
BAGDAD RENO-
VATION Sale. Furni-
ture, household
items, kitchen cabi-
nets, built in applian-
ces & much'more.
'7067 Oak St., 12th
& 13th. 8am-2pm.
434-7719.


YARD SALE. 6558
Outer Dr. behind
MHS. Saturday,
12th, 7:30 am until.
5-piece bedroom
suite, dishes,
kid/adult clothes,
much misc.
YARD SALE Plus
size men & women
clothing, tools, kitch-
en & bath items,
computer equip,
movies & DVD, misc
items. 4823 Teal-
wood Dr. Fri-Sat,
3/11 & 3/12, 7am-12
3-FAMILY, SMALL-
XLG quality clothing,
bike, movies, table
lots of misc. Satur-
day, 7-12. Berryhill
to Windham to 5408
Columbia.
SCHOLARSHIP
AND Relay for life
yard sale. March
12th Milton High
School Cafeteria.


YARD SALE
Clothes, nic-nacs,
lots of misc items.
Sat. March 12th,
'4412 Belleville Ct.,
Milton
BG YARD Sale, Fri-
day 11th & 12th.
Sunday as alternate
rain day. 8165 S.
Airport Rd., East Mil-
ton
BIG, BIG Yard Sale
Friday & Saturday,
March 11th & 12th,
8:00,till. Children &
adult clothes, kids
toys, household, fur-
niture, etc. 5650
Meadow'Rd., Milton.
Phone: 623-6983
BIG SALE!! March
11 & 12. Furniture,
clothes, compound
bow, hamster cage,
misc. 87 north to
Ikes convenient
store, left to 6428
Spruce St. Follow
signs.


MULTI FAMILY
Yard Sale. March
12, 7armnuntil. 5751
Whispering Wood
Dr., Pace. Lots of
good stuff.
YARD SALE. Satur-
day only, 7 till, 6502
Colonial Dr. Furni-
ture, baby items,
toys, clothes, misc.


NEW ROOFING
MATERIALS;shin-
gles, felt, roof vents,
drip edges, drywall
scaffolds. Barstools,
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Don't we all....


The following story was
brought in by a local pastor
who received it from one of his
members who found it on the
internet. This is worth sharing
with all our readers.
I was parked in front of the
mall wiping off my car. I had
just come from the car wash
and was waiting for my wife to
get out of work. Coming my
way from across the parking lot
was what society would consid-
er a bum. From the looks of
him, he had no car, no home, no
clean clothes, and no money.
There are times when you feel
generous, but there fre other
times that you just don't want
to be bothered. This was one of
those "don't want to be both-
ered times." "I hope he doesn't
ask me for any money," I
thought. He didn't.
He came and sat on the
curb in front of the bus stop, but
didn't look like he could have
enough money to even ride the
bus. After a few minutes he'
spoke. "That's a very pretty
car,", he said. He was ragged,
but he had an air of dignity
around him. His scraggly blond
beard could not keep more than'
his face warm. I said;
"Thanks,"'and continued wip-
ing off my car. He sat there qui-
etly as I worked. The expected
plea for money never came.
As the silence between us
widened something inside said,
"Ask him if he needs any help."
I was sure that he would say
"Yes", but I held true to the
inner voice; "Do you need any
help?" I asked. He answered in
three simple but profound
words that I shall never forget.
We often look for wisdom in
great men and women,. :We
expect it from those of higher
learning and accomplishments.


I expected nothing but an out-
stretched grimy hand. He spoke
the three words that shook me.
"Don't we all?" he questioned.
I was feeling high and
mighty, successful and impor-
tant, above a bum in the street,
until those three words hit me
like a twelve gage shotgun.
Don't we all? I needed help.
Maybe not for bus fare or a
place to sleep, but I needed'
help. I reached in my wallet and
gave him not only enough for
bus fare, but enough to get a
warm meal and shelter for the
day.
Those three little words still
ring true. No matter how much
you have, no matter how much
you have accomplished, you
need help too. No' matter how
little you have, no matter how
loaded you are with problems,
even without money or a place
to sleep, you can give help.
Even if it's just a compliment,
you can give that. You never
know when you may see some-
one that appears to have it all.
They are waiting onyou to give
them what they don't have.,
A different perspective on
life, a glimpse at something
beautiful, a respite from daily
chaos, that only you through a
torn world can see. Maybe the
man was just' a homeless
stranger wandering the streets.
Maybe he was more than. that.
Maybe he \\3a sent by a power
that is great and ise. to minis-
ter to a soul too comfortable in
themselves.
Maybe God looked down,
called an Angel, dressed him
like a bum, then said, "Go min-
ister to that man cleaning the.
cat, that man needs help."
Don't we all?


Hank win First Place!


Hank< wins First Place!


Hank Hard, of Pack 405, recently won first place in the Tiger Cub
Division in the Esca-Rosa District Pinewood Derby held February
12th in Pensacola. Pack 405, sponsored by Pine Terrace Baptist
Church, also sent Zackery -Womack, TravisCraft, Justin Burke,
Chris Ralich, Will & David Hubley to the district finals. Over 100
cars participated in this year's event. Shown in photo are David
Hubley, Hand Hard, and Zackary Womack.

Pine Level to hold Silent Auction to
benefit American Cancer Society
Pine Level Baptist Church of Jay will hold a Silent Auction.-
We will have items for bidding that range from a week vacation
rental at Perdido Skye Condominium on the Gulf of Mexico, 14ki.
gold and diamond necklace, massages, bull dozier work, to an.elec-
Stric scooter donated b\- DuraMed. We, of course, have a lot more,
quality items.to bid on as well. Our goal is 100 items. An\ item that
is purchased at the auction is tax deductible and any item donated
by a person or business is tax deductible. We are still accepting
items to be auctioned. The deadline for donating items is March
13th. For more information please contact Amy Sheppard at 850-
675-1516 or email 2akidsmom@'bellsouth.net
1st UMC will hold Holy Week services
Milton's United Methodist Church began its Lenten
Pilgrimage on February 9 to continue through Holy Week begin-
ning March 20th iPalm Sunday) through Easter, March 27th.
Contact the church at 623-6683 for'specific service times. Sunrise
Services for the. community will be at the Rivertalk Easter
Sunday. The Way of the Cross procession on Sunday, March 27,
begins at St. Mary's Episcopal Church at 5 p.m. and ends at First
United Methodist Church.


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iAsk the Preacher

...a weekly column answering your questions
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Dear Pastor Gallups, "I know that you did a teaching on the
Bible Truth about Homosexuality. Could you please give that
list of Scripture references herein your column?" M.S., East
Milton
Dear M.S., It would be my pleasure. I hope this helps you.
Below are the scriptures that I use and a brief description of their
.content. You can find them and the quotation of the scriptures at
our website,, www.hickoryhammockbaptist.org.
Genesis 13:13 God calls The MEN of Sodom wicked.
Genesis 18:20; 19:4-5-we discover that at least a part of that I
"wickedness" was homosexuality.
Leviticus 18:22, 24-30; 20:13-God's Law strictly and clearly
forbids HOMOSEXUALITY! The penalty for this activity is
death. -
Deuteronomy 22:5-the Lord forbids- homosexual "dressing"
and cross-dressing.
Judges 19:22-homosexuals are called "wicked".
Numbers 23:19-God says that he does not change His mind
about His law or Word.
Malachi 3:6-God says that he does not change His mind
about His law or Word. .
Romans 1:26-28-The whole topic of homosexuality is
addressed and its spiritual origins are exposed. Homosexuality
is called: "Sinful desires, shameful lusts, sexual impurity,
degrading, a lie, perversion"
Timothy l:8-I1-"per\ert" comes from Greek Word
(arsenokoitias) that means, Sodomite or Homosexual specifi-
cally "a man who has sex with another man". I
Sexual Immoralit\: is ANYTHING including homosexuall-
ty, of course) that is clearlN against the nature and will of God
regarding our sexuality as defined by God's Word. From the
Scriptures above...Homosexuality is clearly in the category of
"sexual immorality". The Bible has much to say about those
who "live" ini sexual immorality:
Hebrews 13:4-Sexual Immorality Condemned.
I Corinthians 6:9-10-WILL NOT INHERIT THE KING-
DOM OF GOD
Ephesians 5:3-7-WILL NOT INHERIT THE KINGDOM OF
GOD
Galatians 5:19-21-WILL NOT INHERIT THE KINGDOM
OF GOD
Revelation 22:14-15-WILL NOT INHERIT THE KING-
DOM OF GOD
Dear M.S., As you can see from this study-Homosexuality is
a sin, it will take a person to Hell, you cannot be a homosexual
AND a Christian and God calls it a "perversion". Please know
that God's word is also clear that one can come dut of
Homosexuality, be bom-again and serve Jesus with their life!


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g-thertas they saw the nation's capi-
gClose-Up. Close-Up is a non-prof-
:i-orgaization that whets teenagers'
ppetits for history, patriotism, and
"tics.: The seventeen students began
img-lin August to plan and raise
jds for the trip. Never realizing how
nfittan'r could hamper the fundrais-
Ai;ffots of $2010 per student, the
r0up struggled to make the trip a real-

--Sf'aker, Rebecca Baker,
r6oks, Hillary Craft, Dawn
c'Andrew Oillis, Lynne
irenrd'fHill, Danielle Hood.
fob oy, Heather
ardr C.0ay White,
beTWilliams left
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f-week, in the


lost no time in beginning, their D. C.
experience. After checking into the
hotel, .students experienced their first
ride on the Metro and then an after-
noon with weather in the teens at
Arlington Cemetery viewing the
changing of the guard, the Tomb of the
Unknown Soldier, President
Kennedy's grave, the graves of Jackie
Kennedy, Robert Kennedy, Chappie
James, Lee Marvin, Audie Murphey,
and many other American heroes.
Students saw Robert E. Lee's home,
Arlington House. and learned that the
cemetery was Robert E. Lee's farm.
(As punishment to Robert E. Lee for
joining the Confederacy instead of the
Union side. President Lincoln had the
Union war dead buried on Lee's farm.)
Day one ended with dinner. orienta-


12-degree temperatures would warm
before time for the exploration of
Freedom Park, a study visit to the Iwo
Jima War Memorial, lunch in one of D.
C.fs neighborhoods, a judicial seminar,
and a tour of the Big Four Memorials.
After the evening meal, students got
their second wind during a heated
debate between a D. C. conservative
and a liberal as they argued domestic
issues.
As students began to suspect that
they should have slept all week before
leaving for the Close-Up experience,
large snowflakes began to fly and the
Floridians watched four inches of
snow fall while they progressed from
the Jefferson Memorial to the FDR
Memorial. Students learned that
AMERICA'S FUTURE ROCKS


as the First Couple greeted the thou-
sands of teens who helped them cele-
brate the week. Rubin Studdard, Miss
America. Hillary Duff, Jo-Jo, and oth-
ers performed as red, white and blue
confetti rained down on their front row
observation points. It \as on to dinner
at Buca de Beppo and then the legisla-
tion simulation before room check at
11:30 p.m.
A walking workshop on Capitol
Hill led b% Close-Up instructors jump
started students on Wednesday morn-
ing before lunch at Union Station. The
afternoon began with a seminar on the
media before students made their way
to the Ellipse for fireworks and a
Kenny Chesney concert there. Dinner
at Toby's Dinner Theatre and. then an
evening at the theater and the perform-


easily accessible, take as little as possi-
ble to be inspected by security," began.
Mrs. Jones as the students, readied
themselves for the event they had
worked six months to see. After,.a.
crowded ride on the Metro abd.exitiii
at Judiciary Square, the group of 25'
(19 from MHS and 6 from.Jay High)'
found security procedures aiid negdti
eating the crowds to be surprisingly
uncomplicated. Security. wai vdry
firm, but polite as the stiudnts madd:
their way through gates, siehrity terits,
metal detectors, "pat :own6'sgirs.
one line, guys in toe other.-han,'dL
scrutinizing eyes of the-Secret.$erdi
.Helicopters circled over'
.dotted thexofsai
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secret, included disablingz cell
phliones to preveur bombs tfroim being
set otff bh them. so niman.\ 1 e1 dl'ap-
pointed not to be able to .call and sa; "1
..nll calling fiom the lii.uiIrati.n: ."
MHS student_, r erei tnpiessi, e aj the
ceienmoiny began: '.ilhout prompting.
all hats came off in bel':". freezing
weather js I'ou NrIanonil An lithem ''as
presented--tudent5s seemed to grasp
the signi'nicaLce ,-fI the iinomenlc The'-
SI)uhicin .nLiteiii t leaned % hal
W'.ishlironian. 1 must, already' kiino.\
There is linle need to applaud because
glo'ed hands make no ioutd. M lani
seemed rumned to lca\e as the final
rema-rks 'were made, but [lie Milton
group lingered Lo a tor _ite noinente'"
and to take picture' Gi.ren a choice of
making their .'
Avenue for the a-radei that 'odi.i
begin in a couple of hou i : *,r glnic
back to ihe hotel, hJ.igii lut:.h andJ
watching the parade in the Vjnnth of
indoors. It jas :i unaniironi- ote-
HOTEL'
As students '.i.ached the e\cnin_
news later while dressing for the
Inaugural Ball. they ete amazed to
see that the Inaugurauon that the inei.
medaa chose to show\ the world was
enry different flrom the InauLgurauon


that the NMlion and Jay groups tI[-
uessed. Those attending the
linaLugutation for the pLurpose of
protesing the election of the president
or to protest his policies \ere allowed
to) he in .-Inl\ three locations. These
spots ere .here the bulk of the
eenirng inesi covering the i.nauguia-
lion \.'\a bro.iadcastja vcr\ different
atmosphere Iiom \ihat the group had
v. itnessed.
Stidentsl aitenlded an inaugural ball
in Beiheda. Nlar\land. It v.as an
evening of high spirits as students
froni Kentucky, Louisiana. Ohio,
Catbomnua. Florida. and Kansas came
together \\ ith their conservative or lib-
eiaI ideas to celebrate the trul\
American process that occurs every
foul years as we reaffirm our existing
bead of state or instate a new leader.
Friday and free day. There were no
planned Close-Up activities, but Mrs.
Jones and the students had to decide
which of one hundred options meant
the most to them. During the morning
as their eek neared the end, they met
Congressman Jeff Miller on the steps
of the Capitol for pictures. and then he
gained entrance to the Capitol for the
group. First, to the Rotunda and a
view of the beautiful. architecture,


Congressman leff Miller answering students' questions.


Sponsor Carol Jones shown with a portion of the Berlin Wall.


sculpture. and paintings, on to the old
Senate chambers, and then to Statuar>
Hall where bomb sniffing dogs and
police in bomb gear appeared from
no\w here and in w\ hat seemed to be [the
blink of an ese. The senator's aides,
and the Santa Rosa County -tudents
made a fast t e at along \. h man.\ other
\sitois. Knowing it \\as near lunch
time and that there u\as an under-
ground cafeteria in the Long'.\orth
Buildn g across the street, Mrs. Jones,
decided her students needed lunch-
fast. By 2:00 and their exit from the
building, things \\ere calmer on ithe
Htil,i but the opportunity to finish the
tour had left an hour earlier with
Congressman Miller on his plane ride
home to Florida.
The last afternoon in Washington
was spent at the Holocaust Museum
and shopping for souvenirs. The final
banquet and dance and then hours of
sorting though mountains of clothes in
the hotel rooms consumed the hours
unul about 3:00 a.m. Saturday morn-
ing.
The last two days of the
Washington trip were filled with
weather forecasts of the arrival of a
blizzard on Saturday. DC. residents
were shopping for their storm much as


Florida residents do before hurricanes.
The local ne\ s showed long checkout
lines in grocery stores as "the locals"
stocked up on batteries, canned food.
and toilet tissue. Saturday morning
broke u\ ith ,lots of white stuff fluttenng
to the ground. As the students attempt-
ed to step from the hotel and across the
side walk to the '\ taking bus, more than
one slipped and fell. Road conditions
were deteriorating ery rapidly. but the
bus driver made ens\ work of getting
us to Reagan Airport in the nearly
deserted streets. Watching front a
viewpoint in the airport. conditions
made tra elers fear that they needed to
find a comfortable spot for a long stay.
The SRC group was told if their plane
got in the air that they would be the
last flight to Florida. Leaving only a
few minutes late after the plane was
de-iced, those on board gripped their
seats for what turned out to be a very


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Washington bus ride
bumpy flight to Nashville otn the first
leg of the trip home. -Over 5,000 otLhir
students from around the country were
stranded in Washington for three more'
days before getting home. Waiting'tO
stay longer, many of the Milton group
\were very disappointed that the flight
got into the air and were envious of the
more than 5,000 Close-Up students
who would be snowed in for three
additional days in Washington.
The Close-Up students wish to.
express their gratitude to the Miltor4
community for their interest and helix,
in making the trip to Washington posl '
sible. Special thanks to the Milton
Optimist Club.r$1500), First Ntioinal
Bank of Milton. Kenny Cranford, Dr,:
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Pace Chamber of Commerce


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

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

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

PRINTING:
A product of the Saima
Rosa Press Gazette,
S printed in conjunction
with YOUR PaceArea
Chamber of Commerce.


President's Report


Recently several of our Board
members along with Lloyd
Hinote, Executive Director, and
Frank Lay, Principal, Pace
High, School had the opportu-
nity to provide input to several
FEMA representatives regard-
ing our community's long-term
recovery needs from Hurricane
Ivan. We presented our recom-
mendations for improvement in
various areas and also dis-
cussed the recommendations
offered by the FEMA represen-
tatives. We shared our major
concerns as far as education,
environment transportation and
many other concerns. The


-Lloyd Hinote


PACE

FEMA representatives shared
with our group that FEMA has
been successful in many com-
munities in Florida by institu-
tion a goal-oriented process
centered around the input
received from citizens. They
also stated that they were here
to "LISTEN" as we define our
future and that it is our vision,
not theirs
I would like to encourage all
residents of Pace to take this
excellent opportunity to partic-
ipate. It is the time for all of us
to make a concerned effort to
the building initiative or our
Pace community.


The FEMA team is comprised
of housing and economic
development experts, planners,
and architects and hopefully
within the next several weeks
they will devote time to gov-
ernmental officials, community
leaders and, more importantly,
our local residents in an effort
to develop the suggestions and
ideas of our community into an
extremely well- defined com-
prehensive plan.
As spring approaches I would
like to encourage all residents
and businesses to work a little
harder to beautify our great
community.


Joe Shofner


Executive Director's Report


It's March and Spring is just
around the comer! With the
passing of each week, we see
more and more progress in


county. Having attended many
meetings with the FEMA per-
sonnel and the members of this
Committee over the past few.


attended the meeting. Needless
to say, they were extremely
pleased at the interest and par-
ticipation. This is just one


returning to near .normal in our weeks, I knew how important example of the unity of our area.
area. The positive attitude of this meeting was in the deci- The future of our county
everyone is still amazing. The sions to be made on what would depends on each of us.
united efforts of the businesses be selected as the final project Your Chamber is also hard at
and the general population of items of the plan. The work to serve you better. We
our entire area are really paying Committee hoped for 300-400 are very interested in your input
off. Last night, I attended a attendees. In positive specula- on several items for 2005. In a
meeting at Pensacola Junior tion, they set,the room up for as few days, you will receive an e-
College, Milton Campus, held many as 500. When the doors mail / fax inquiry concerning
by the Santa Rosa Count\ opened,, the hall filled to fire your opinion on increasing our
Long-Term Recovery code limits and the overflow Business Breakfast and or
Committee. The purpose of the was placed .in an adjoining Business After HoLur, to a
meeting was to present the lirst room. The Committee estimat- monthly function. We are going
draft of the Recovery Plan for ed as many 'as 800 residents to produce a 2005 Chamber


NewMembers for February

New Members for February


Name: Pensacola Pools
Larr\ Robbins
Address: 8514 Pensacola
Blhd.
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32534
Phone: 994-0662
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Name: Todd LaDouceur
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Address: 4286 \\oodbine Rd.
Pace, FL 32571
Phone: 995-4Si'4
Fax: 995-4805
Email- roddladouceLird 'jol.com
* Type of
Business: Attorney
Name: Bob Cole
SR Count)
Commission/Coalition
Address: 6495 Caroline St.,
Suite M
Miloln. FL 32570
Phone: 983-1876
Fax: : 983-18-56
Email:Ci',.in, COl, lc' i .
,T pe of Business: Count


Commission
Name: Jerry Sonnier
Coastal Roofing
Address: 4985 Glover Lane
IMilton, FL 32570
Phone: 995-0189
Fax:- 995-1939
TI pe of
Business: Roofing

Name: Jim Waite
Do nc\ Properties
Address: 6585 Shady Hollok
S Drive
Pace. FL 32571
SPhlione: 982-4564
Fax: 623-5321
Email: jkaitie@do', ne\icompa-
nies.com
Type of
Business: Real Estate
Development
Name: Margie's Consignment


Shoppe
Margie Anderson
Address: 5189 Highway 90
Pace, FL 32571.
Phone: 994-2286

Email: margierli bellsoth.net
T" pe of
Business: Antiques, Gifts &
Collectables
Name: Kirbell) Cato. .
United Bank
Address: 3885 Scotts Plaza
Drive
Jay, Fl 32556
Phone: 675-6000
Fax: 675-5933
Email. kcato@ubankfl.com
Web: www.ubankfl.com
Type of
Business: Banking / Financial
Name: Mitchel Homes


Relocation Guide and,
Membership Directory. You
will receive inquire forms on
this item also. It will be a great
source of information and
advertisement for very little
cost. We plan a major golf tour-
nament in May and need your
participation. There will be sev-
eral other projects over the year,
all of which will be directed to
assist and promote you, our val-
ued Member, in your day to day
business operations. We count
on you and your support of the
Pace Area Chamber. Thank you
for being a very important part
of our program.





Paul Saba
Address: 4298 Summit Blvd.,.
Suite 18
Pensacola, FL
Phone: 433-6400
Fax: .433-6447
Email: phomest@'ni[ichell-
homes.com
Web: ~ \i .milchellhomes.coni
Type of
Business: Home Builder


Name: Chumuckla
Elementary ,
Dr. Karen Barber
Address:. 2312 Highway 182
Jay, FL 32566
Phone: 995-3690
Fax: 995-3695
Email:barberk@mail:santarosa.
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Type of Business: lgeptary


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Renewal Membership
February 2005
9. Lamar Allen
10. Mitton Newpapers, Inc.
11. Pace Chiropractic Clinic
12. Pace Community Church
13. Pace Water Systems, Inc.
14. Pen Air Federal Credit
Union
15. ReMax Horizons
16. Santa Rosa County Crime
Stoppers, Inc.


17. Signcrafters of North
West
Florida
18. Sunset Pools and Spas
19 Whataburger
20. Woodbine United
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MARCH 19, 2005

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Business Spotlight-r Pro ucts


Air Products
When Air Products and
Chemicals, Inc. acquired its
Pace plant from Escambia
Chemical Corp. in 1969, the
community probably did not
realize it was gaining a corpo-
rate citizen that would con-
tribute to the economic health
and vitality of the area while
also setting a standard for safe-
ty, responsibility and integrity.
But with Air Products, that is
just what the Pace community
and the wider Santa Rosa-
Escambia county community
got..Sincel969, Air Products
has seen its businesses grow
around the globe. What hasn't
changed, however, is a corpo-
rate culture that remains dedi-
cated to its communities, its
employees and its customers.
As a result, Air Products has
received a number of accolades
for its.corporate responsibility
and sustainability.
In 2003, Air Products
achieved a notable environmen-
tal goal, the removal of all dis-
charge into Escambia Bay. This
voluntary decision, made after a
Recommendation by the plant's
14 year-old community adviso-
ry panel (CAP) and at a cost of
$1 million to the company, was
recognized by The Pensacola
News Journal. 'In 2004, the
News Journal wrote in an edito-
rial, "Air Products' efforts are a
big step in the right direction."
Today, about a million gal-
lons of discharge water flows


Entertainment center finds popular
community "right up its alley." Extreme
"We could have built this place The I
' anywhere," says owner Taylor up as C.
Loftin, "but I'm really glad we ers ra
built it here. sea..'n
Lotuin s- standing in trori ot are turn
Oops Alley Family Entertainment redempi
Center and Back Alley Sports Grill will ear
& Billiards: a spacious, 40-thou-. an a\ A.
sand square foot facilitN on SquareF
Hl-gh\.a3; 911 in Pace. It's, almost Bac. Ai
:;unse[. and the buildinie's distinc- Billard
tive neon buzzes'to life. Loftin group o
smiles. "A lot of people mjniht ha' e. cold bei
wondered why we'd put such an ,while a
expensive facility here, instead of a round a
bigger city. Truth is, we.knew it tor.
would become a community center. .Loftin
That's as much a pleasure as it is able to]
good business." v eatlier
from ari
Business hasn't been difficult to ter of fa
find. Since'opening in May 2004, Country
the entertainment facility has urre'gu
quickly\ attracted a following of cial i,:i
families and community, -cr'Tups only be
from all over the Pace-Milto:r area. Loftir r
Oops Alley offers 24 lanes and a sions, ii
packed schedule of leagues and foot scr
events. Cosmic Bowling, with its would i
exciting light show and music is a ater..
huge favorite. A pro shop features
the late~i in equipment, including Back Ni
the Shrek line for kids NASCAR already
licensed balls, accessories and 10 new
more. by Billi
S Back Alley Sports Grill and players
Billiards is a full-service restaurant Alle', S
with billiards tables, the popular ular -p:
Golden Tee video games, darts, sharpen
football and shuffleboard. Billiards ment
players enjoy the use of house tables.
equipment Every
or they can shop the pro shop's full sonmeihi
line of cues and accessories to design.
S personalize their experience. nations b
Loftin is clearly proud of his Back Al
S sparkling new baby. Billiard
impress
"This is great," he grins, pointing services
to a group of Girl Scouts enjoying party ro
a particularly spirited bowling Nickelo
party. "Some of their parents are in A local
the Grill eating dinner. It's a total Hats ca
family experience." list of c
Several
The 5500 + square feet of state of tions sto
the art arcade includes the and lea]
exciting Max Flight simulator and


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into football field-sized perco-
lation ponds on the 1,500-acre
Air Products site. The ponds
are about a mile from Escaibia
Bay and contain plants and bac-
teria that further reduce the
nutrients in the treated dis-
charge.
Air Products' land, which
stretches along Escambia Bay,
is also home to a diverse popu-
lation of plant and animal life,
native to coastal Northwest
Florida. The company, cog-
nizant' of its role in a rapidly
growing and developing region,
hosts a wildlife sanctuary that
helps ensure the preservation of
a natural environment for
future generations. A number of
local environmental organiza-
tions, including the Audubon
Society, routinely tour the
wildlife sanctuary.
In addition to caring about
the environment, Air Products
prides itself on it focuson safe-
ty. In 2004, Air Products
achieved the best safety record
in tile category of "total record-
ables" among large-scale chem-
ical manufacturers in the U.S.,
according to the American
Chemistry Coundil. This was
the fourth consecLut\e i ear that
Air Products received this
recognition.
In addition, the company
was named to the Dow Jones'
Sustainability World Indexes, a
standard tracking the economic,
en ironmenLal, and social per-
formance of the world's 2,500
largest companies in 36 coun-


r Dance Dance'Revolution"'
e game.
Ice Ball games get loaded
humuckla basketball play-
i up the last,day of their
'. Ih fun at Oops Children
ing in tickets at the prize
tion center. Some of'them
n enough tickets to walk
ith a L'iani SpongeBob
Pants :or Stcek to,.. Inside
ile Sp'ns Grill and
_. a well-dressed
f businessmen is downing
er and swapping stories.
few golfers are enjoying a
t the full-swing golf siimula-

says golfers -ni!o, bein L
play a round, hate. er the
. on their choice of courses
ound the world." As a mat-
Ict, we've started Cat Alley
y Club to accommodate
iar pla, ers. offering a spe-
I' shirt and other members-
nefits "hlien the, join."
aid. There arc 23 ieleai- '
including a massive 9-by-12
een that looks almost as if it
belong to a local movie the-


lI e, with its 11. tables, has
been voted one of the Top
billiards clubs in America
ards Digest. All types of
have found a home at Back
.Soimc come to learn the pop-
,ri, while others come to
their skills on the toura-


here you look, there's
ng going on. That's by
With almost a year of oper-
ehind, them, Oops Alley and
lley Sports Grill. and
s have established an
ive roster of events and
s. The bowling alley and
oms stay busy with
ideon and Alley Cat parties.
chapter of the famous Red
Ils Oops home, as do a long
hurch and school groups.
area non-profit organiza-
age fund raisers at the lanes,
gues are continuously form-


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


tries across 60 industry groups.
Air Products ranked among the
top 10 percent of companies
worldwide in those indexes last
year.
"As a company, we focus
strongly on our employees, our
environment, and about how we
conduct our operations," said
Don Emert, plant manager.
"Our commitment to our com-
munity is deep and ongoing.
After all, this is our home, too."
Air Products and Chemicals,
Inc. was founded in 1940 and
produced mobile oxygen gener-
ators for the U.S. Army at its
Chattanooga, Tennessee plant'
throughout World War II. In the
post-war years Air Products
moved to Allentown, Pa., still
its corporate home, where it
pursued lne\ contracts and built
itself into the world's.only com-
bined gas and chemicals com-
pany. Throughout the- 1950s,
1960s and 1970s Air Products
diversified and grew :before
moving into international mar-
kets in the 1980s and 1990s.
Today, Air Products is
ranked 311th among Fortune
,500, companies, operates in.
more than 30 countries employ-
ing more than 20,000 .people,
and has annual revenues of $7.4
billion.
Through all, its enormous
industrial success, Air Products
has been diligent in developing
and maintaining an, innovative
corporate culture and a reputa-
tion for operational excellence.
In 1996, the Air Products'


ing for bowlers of all ages.
There's even expert instruction
by certified bowling instructor
Mike Hamada. Many bowling
events are planned for 2005 with
the Oops Alley Pot,O' Gold
Sweeper scheduled for March
,12th and March 19th.'
Tuesday night is Kids Night with
$2 children's meals from 4-8
p.m College students enjoy College
Night every Thursday night,and it's
Happ,, Hour from 4-7 p.m.' ,
Monday through Saturday.
There are daily lunch and dinner
specials, featuring everything from
appetizers to steaks,seafood,pasta
dishes .burgers.,. ins and salads."
Plenty of
business has been done over
Wednesday's pot roast lunch spe-
cial,"says Loftin."hl's grant, Ing to
see those same faces return later in
the week to enjoy after work
socializing or to bowl a few games,
v Ill their lamil. "'

"We've really tried to build a
place the whole family can enjoy,"
explains Loftin. "We are all about
hw-,v. n2 our guests all the fun
things Oops Alley has to offer. And
we love to throw a party."

Those parties include business
luncheons and corporate events.
Catering is available.

"'All these events and services keep
staff :nermbci pi'ri\ bush,." says
Lotnrn. "We don't mind. That's
what we do. We love being part of
the community."
Oops Alley and Back Alley Sports
Grill & Billiards are within reach
from many directions on the Gulf
Coast. Pensacola is just minutes
downHighway 90. It's an easy
drive from Gulf Breeze and
Navarre, thanks to
the Garcon Point Bridge. Groups
from Orange Beach, Ft. Walton ,
and Destin travel to take advantage
of the centers' brightly lit
facilities and famous customer
service. But Loftin knows his home
base.
"We're so grateful for the warm


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Pace facility earned the highest
honor from OSHA, the federal
worker's safety monitoring
organization, and was re-certi-
fied by OSHA in 2003.
So aware is Air Products of
worker safety that in 2003 the
company's "recordable" injury
rate was 0.68 per 200,000
hours worked, a decrease of 12
percent compared to the previ-
ous year. The current injury
rate is. the best ever for
employees and is far below the
industry rate of 2.5 injuries for
every 200,000 hours worked.
"At Air Products, we want
to be as efficient and profitable
as we can be while at the same
time maintaining close ties to
the community, being aware of
otur ehica.l iesponsibilities. and
being good stewards of the.
environment," sid Emert.
"We live and work in this area.
Like many others in Pace and
the surrounding area, a large
part of the appeal in living here
is its n.itural beut\ We want
to not onl protect that beauti-
ful environment, but enhance
it."
SAs such, Air Products has
set a high standard for corpo-
rate responsibili. including
being named one of the "100
Best Corporate Citizens" in
2003 by Business Ethics
Magazine. In that issue Air
Products was extolled on a list
that celebrates public compa-
nies "who serve a variety' of
stakeholders well," among
them communities, minorities,


women, employees, .and the
environment.
Air Products has also faired
well in the Calvert Fund',
ETHIBEL', and Dutch Tridos
Bank's indexes of social and
corporate responsibility. And
Governance Metrics
International gives Air-
Products a rating in the top one
percent of 2,121 companies.
worldwide.
"We are a company that is
keenly aware of its social
responsibilities worldwide,"
Emert said. "But we also focus
locally. Our employees are
invested in this community and
so is Air Products'."
Most recently, those invest-
ments include:
-$50,000 challenge grant to
Rebuild North'.esi Florida
-A $50,01(10 donation to the
Northwest Florida Chapter of
-the American Red Cross in
response to Hurricane Ivan.
-A $3,000 donation to the-
University of West Florida's
Student Huriicane Disaster
Relief Fund.
-A $2,500 donation to the
Pace Chamber of Commerce's
Disaster Recovery Effort.
-A $2,500 donation to the
Veteran's Memorial Fund.
-The donation of 100 com-
puters to the Santa: Rosa
School District.
-Support of the DARE
Program.
-Support of the "First
Book" program,
"We do it because, frankly,.


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- elc'oe ".c'.e recei.cd fton the
area, especially from our neighbors
in Pace and Milton, says Loftin.
"And with our first anniversary just
around the corer, we're planning
.ne',.' \ a to sa., thank. "
It's been an interesting first year
for Loftin and his employees. From
a gala grand opening.last spring
through Hurricane Ivan and its fall-
out, 2004 proved a crash course in
Community relations for Oops
Alley and Back Alley Sports Grill
and Billiards.
"Ivan gave all of us a chance to
meet our neighbors," explains
Loftin. "We're going into our sec-,
ond year. with strong community
relationships, and a huge desire to
share the fun. That's what it's all
about!"
Oops Alley Family Entertainment


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. RANAE L. STEWART
Broker/Owner, ABR, CCIM, CRS
5345 Hwy. 90, Pace, FL
Business (850) 994-7744
Cellular (850) 324-3999
E-Mail: ranae@exitrealtynfi.com


SANTAROSA
MEDICAL CENTER
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Center is located at 3721 H,'.) 90
in Pace. For more information on
Oops Alley fun, call (850) 995-
9393. Back Alley Sports Grill and
Billiards, inside Oops Alley, can be
reached at (850) 995-7154. Oops
Allex and Back Alle\ Sports Grill
and Billiards are open late, 7 days
a week.


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our corporate culture believes
it is the right thing to do,"
Emert said. "It sounds simple
because it is." Though Air
Products sustained $4 million
in damages from Hurricane
Ivan, the outlook for the com-
pany'sfuture on the banks of
Escambia Bay are good.

"We are here for the long
haul," Enmert said. "We are a
part of this community and the
community is a part of us. It is
a partnership we expect to
grow and strengthen through
the years."'

And that partnership
includes the Air Products'
CAP, or community advisory
panel. A CAP is a group :of
independent citizens who rep-
resent the fabric of the. Pace
community and who have
made a commitment to.meet
with Air Products' manage-
ment on a regular basis to dis-
cuss issues of mutual interest.
The CAP recently combined
uith an existing CAP at
Sterling Fibers, a neighbor to
the Air Products facility.


MORE THAN JUST

BEAN COUNTERS
THE TAX PROFESSIONALS
Equity Accounting, Inc.
S -1430 Hv. 90, Suite H
Pace, FL 32571
995-8848
S. Rick Faircloth, EA President
Yvonne Penninger Office Mgr.



ALTERNATIVE

HEALTH

FOOD STORE
Vitamins Minerals Herbs
.'g i' Fi .':. r.: !.' 1 &,a::l4 B.: ,
850-994-3606
Jimmic D. Hill, Ph.D. 5533 Highway 9.0
NaturalHealth Conultant Pace, Florida 32571
e-mai: gwyhill@aol.com


McGuire

Broker Associate, ABR,
CRS, GRI, Hall of Fame


Horizons Realty
3782 Highway 90,
Pace., FL32571

On m 850 49. s .',,',
.:PulMaul~MnI.oimn Fax: (850) 995-0592
.11: Paula e@PeulMGOul .Iom


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


CONSIDERING OUTSOURCING PAYROLL?

STAFF PAYROLL OF PENSACOLA, INC. is locally owned and operated.
We have been serving NORTHWEST FLORIDA SINCE 1988.

We are LARGE enough to serve all your payroll requirements, yet have
not lost
the ability to meet your personal needs.

We understand and are able to accommodate the needs of our community.

Let us show you how cost effective this could be for you.

Workers' Compensation Risk Management Health Insurance
Human Resources Employee Handbooks and More


K Pace Water System


24 Hour

Auto Phone Service
(easy steps)
1. Telephone: 850-994-5102
2. Enter Account Number
Followed By The # Key
3. Follow Voice Prompts

New Website: www.pacewater.org


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Business Spotlight

Paradise Screen Printing Paradise Too


Founded in 1981, Paradise
Screen Printing has been serv-
ing Santa Rosa County for 24
years. Jack Conklin purchased
the location formally known as
Peggy Ann's Screen Printing in
1997 from Peggy Wingate;-
Having moved to Pace from
Dallas in 1991 with a back-
ground inbusiness and sales
I find it easy to work with
the nice people of Santa Rosa
and Escambia County. The
thing I like best about screen
printing is our customers enjoy
our product. We are able to
screen print everything from t-
shirts, caps, magnet signs,
political signs, and all of your
printed .apparel. Whether we
are printing for schools,


church's, businesses, or a fami-
ly reunion, people enjoy receiv-
ing a personalized item, for
their specific event.
Having printed for various
organizations for so many.
years, we now have expanded
our customers' base to cus-
tomers such as the Ronald
McDonald House, Blue
Angels, and several military
Bases.
Because of our growth we .
have expanded to our second
location, called Paradise Too.
By request of many of our cus-
tomers, we now offer embroi-
dery which will be in our Pace
store. With our experienced
staff and new embroidery
equipment we are ready to han-.


die all your embroidery needs.;
We will have available all
styles of shirts, jackets, sweat-
shirts, and caps. But in addi-
tion to these items, we will be
stocking many great gift ideas,
such as: baby shower, gradua-
tion, wedding shower gifts,
ready to be personalized with
embroidery for any occasion.
Please stop by and let our
staff continue to serve you. As
always free price quotes, with
exceptional pricing and serv-
ice.
See us at our Milton loca-
tion for screen printing, 6707
Caroline Street (623-5830), or
our new .location at 4342
Hightw ay 90. Pace (995-2256),
next to the Pace Area Chamber
of Commerce. Inc.


lary's Bi-Monthly Breakfast .


Febr
FA yi'moimnlily break-
fasfwas 'resatuccess., Wheal t
'a6 diCjSPA'n54 scored and
i#6 Adiethe irogrn .
Appttiximately'4'artehnded the
event. Tii and Shell's Kountry
Kitchen provided a delicious
spread of food that included
French toast; sausage: eggs;
bacon: grits; and much much
Sore. A big thanks goes to the
kitchen and staff for taking such
good care of everyone Edward
Rouse gave an informative presen-
ration on upcoming tax referen-
dums. Numerous door pnzes
were handed out and a 50150


drawing took place. Mr. Paul '
-Hinson of'Robert McClure office
won the 50/.0. He thenin tutni ,
donated' the winnings back to the.
Chamber. Thank you to those that
attend the breakfast and if you
missed this one we will have
another in .April.
If you or your company would .
like to sponsor a business after
hours or a brealdasr the Chamber
Is no longer lruited to one every L
other month. Please contact the
Chamber at 994-9633 for more -.
imformruon. Thank yru for your
support.


NOTICE
IF YOU JOINED THE
sC PACE AREA CHAMBER OF COMMERCE, INC.*
,' IN THE ..PAT 18 MONTHS AN'6' iI
NOT HOLD YOUR RIBBON CUTTING YOU
S ARE STILL ELIGIBLE. CALL US TODAY
FOR MORE DETAILS GREAT EXPOSURE FOR
YOUR BUSINESS FREE OF CHARGE
Pace Area Chamber of Commerce,,Inc.
994-9633
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Mr. Joe Shofner,
President of the Pace
Area Chamber of
Commerce, Inc., is
shown receiving, a
grant in the amount
of $2,500.00 from
Mr. Don Emert,
Plant Manager of Air .
products and ,,
Chemicals, Inc. This
donation was made "'.'. :
to the Chamber's
Disaster Recovery
Efforts. Air Products is a very valued and supportive Member of our
Chamber and of our community. The entire Staff, Board of. Directors,
and Members would like to express our appreciation for all they do!


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12th Annual Santa Rosa County FAIR
Six Big Days
APRIL 5 10, 2005
HIGHWAY 90 EAST
MILTON, FLORIDA
(850) 623-1115


www santarosacountyfairorg
SPECIAL EVENTS -

WEAR TV -3
Family Night
Tuesday, April 5th
Gate price
$10.00 Armbands

KAT Country Students Night
Thursday, April 7th
Students (K- 12) get in free
$10.00 armbands for Students
STwo $1,000 Saving Bonds
drawings for students K 12
****


STuesday April 5
GATES OPEN 5:00 p.m.
WEAR TV3 Family Night
(Gate half price, Armbands $10.00)
Handicapped Night
Exceptional Rider Roundup
Wednesday, April 6
GATES OPEN 5:00 p.m.
Senior Citizen Night ($1.00 off gate 60 and up),
4-H Helping the Hungry Night
($1.00 off gate with non-perishable food,
$1.00 off armband with second food)
Military Discourt ($1.00 off gate with ID card)
Thursday, April 7
GATES OPEN 5:00 p.m.
KAT Country Student Night
(Students get in free)
Drawing for 2 $1,000 bonds K-12
(Must be present to sign up)
Barrel Racing 7:00 (Sponsored by the NBHA)


Dodge Rodeo
S Friday, April .th
Saturday, April9th
B-K Professional Rodeo
Sponsored by DODGE RODEO

Normal Gate Prices
1.-4 Free, 5 11 $4.00
S 12 and up i600
Ride Prices
individuall Ride Tif:.ti Available Daily
Arrmnbands Every Day
Tko Arnmband Sessions on Saturday
. (Openingto 5 p.m. and 5 p.m. to closing)
SNormal ArmbandPrice $15.00
i.xhibits
4-H Scou'., Schools, Community,
S Livejtoc, Horticulture, Fine Arts,
S Photography. Hanridlralts


Friday, April 8 :
GATES "OPEN 5:00 p.m.
DODGE RODEO 8:00 p.m.
Armband
Saturday, April 9
GATES OPEN 12:00 Noon
Armband (noon 5) (5 close)
Blackwater Saddle Club Horse Show
DODGE RODEO 8:00 p.m.
Sunday, April 10
GATES OPEN 12:00 Noon
Armband $1.00 off gate with Church
Bulletin Mother of the Year


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flember-hip Benefits
There are man\ reasons to be a member of the Pace Area chamber of Commerce.
Inc. As a member \0ou have the option to advertise in the monthly newsletter at a
savings of approximately 75%' of the normal advertisement cost land it \\ill also be
reprinted in the "Press Gazette".
which h reaches approximately 7.500 readers, at no cost to you).

This coverage in the media is approximately $1,200.00 $1,400.00 worth of adver-
tisement, \\ ith "Grand Openings", "Ribbon Cuttings", and other articles.
This can be free \with your continued membership. Your business will also be
exposed to several other membership ser\ ices & benefits, which are listed below:

Discounts through Mediacom on high speed internet service and cable service.
Six weeks, free crawl on the Weather Channel through Mediacom
and much, much more.
Free banner advertisement on the Chamber web site, www.pace chamber.com
Discounted advertising opportunities through Fox 10 and the Gulf Coast WB.
Ribbon cuttings, ground breaking, & open houses,.with exposure in publications
Possible savings on WORKMAN'S COMP through your Chamber membership.
Chamber lobby displays of your business cards, flyers, arid
brochures free of charge.
Member mailing list for your promotions
Exposure in our monthly newsletter "Pace Keynotes"
Save money by using Chamber's Bulk Mail Permit
Bi-nonthly Breakfast & Business After Hours -
Networking in a relaxed atmosphere
Opportunities to gain valuable exposure through sponsorship of
Chamber functions & activities
Clubs and organizations list
Member referrals
Committees for your special interest
Foundation Tax deduction for donations
Window decal, for business members
Chamber membership lends credibility to your business.
A voice in community development.
Plus many other services to you as a member of the Chamber.

If you have not had your ribbon cutting you are still entitled to one
so please contact the Chamber
as soon as you are ready, If it is too late to have a
Grand Opening you could have an
Anniversary Celebration as a Business After Hours, If you have any questions
please feel free to contact the Chamber at 994-9633.
MOYai~a~man^TL--lmah~~natrimaasll ~ h imgma^-nnni~


INTRODUCING THE 2 805 RNNURAL
PRCE AREA CHAMBER OF COMMERCE


GOLF TOURNAMENT
MRAY 20, 2005
TRNGLEWOOD GOLF RND COUNTRY CLUB
5916 TRNGLEWOOD DR.


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Advocare


Ad\ocare is a 12-\ear-old
\ orld-class nutritional product
company The products hate
o\er 270 .,ears of research
behind them from a scientific
and medical ad. isor\ board
that is unsurpassed in the
nutritional worldd Because r of
the products that these doctors
ha1e formulated, the company\
has more than 300 profession-
al athletic endorsements. non-
paid' That too. is unheard of
in our society The company .
itself has grove n form 1
Million in 1993 to a $250
Million dollar company\ in
200)4 and has ne' er once had a
medical or regulator claim


made against it,
AdvoCare offers world-
class nutritional supplements,
sports performance products
jnd skincare to the American
marketplace through the free-
enterprise model of direct sell-
ing.
Because AdvoCare prod-
ucts are safe and effective,
individuals have the opportu-
nity to earn income by sharing
the products with people in
their spheres of influence. In
the spirit of American entre-
preneurship AdvoCare offers a
proven business vehicle to


people wanting to pursuer a
brighter financial future by
Building a business of their
own.
Visit AdvoCare.com to read
more about our cutting-edge
nutritional supplements for
weight management, wellness,
fitness and skincare, as well as
children's products designed
to meet the unique nutritional
needs of growing bodies.
Whether you are interested
in trying the products for
yourself or taking advantage
,of the business opportunity,
make sure to explore the


options available to you on the
website.
Allan and I didn't get
involved with AdvoCare to
sell vitamins, we got involved
with AdvoCare to change
lives. We made the commit-
ment to throw away all of
your excuses so that we can
achieve our dreams and live
our lives by design.
Please feel free to contact
Allan or Teresa Ward,
Independent Distributors, at
983-6797 with any questions.


Dr. Karen Barber Principal


Welcome to Chumuckla
Elementary School, home of the
Indians and an A+ school since
1999! We serve' approximately
250 children in grades Pre-K to
Si\th. Our school is located in the
growing community of
Chtumuckla, Florida, an area rich
in history and tradition.
Our faculty and staff consider
the opportunity to teach children
an honor and a privilege, and we
work very hard every day to pro-
'.ide a safe, family-friendly learn-
ing environment. We recognize a
child's first and most important
teachers are in the child's home;
therefore, we work closely with
parents to provide children \\ith


the best education possible.
Together, as a team we strive to
enable each child to have a happy
and successful school experience.
The educational programs pro-
vided to our students include a
focus on the mastery of the
Sunshine State Standards, charac-
ter education, and the ability to
think cnticall and responsibly. In
addition to highly qualified teach-
ers and staff, Read 180, Success
Maker, Reading Recovery, and
Accelerated Reading are provid-
ed to our students.
Our goal is to enable our chil-
dren to "learn today and lead
tomorrow". Please join us in this
worthwhile mission! Thank you


for your visit to our vweb site. For
more information, please feel free
to contact us by phone or email!
Respectfully,
Dr.KarenBarber
Principal
School Vision and Mission
Statement
It is the vision of Chtumuckla
Elementary School that we con-
tinue our commitment to the stu-
dents and the community. We
behe\ e that the best way to meet
this obligation is by offering an
educational program that sumu-.
lates students to achieve a mean-
ingful life: social, .creatively,
intellectually and morally. Each
student participates in real-life,


practical experiences, uses leisure
time wisely through creative and
recreational activities, and
becomes life-long learners and
responsible members of a demo-
cratic society.
We envision that the school
will continue to serve as a center
for community life and will
enhance the community's welfare
and progress.
MISSION STATEMENT It is
the mission of Chumuckla
Elementary School to prepare,
future generations of knowledge-
able. inolhed ciuzens by provid-
ing a corrnmunir -oriented
learning environment.


Todd LaDoucer


Mr. LaDoucer. a Natal
Academy graduate and for-
mer Marine Office. prac-
ticed in Pensacola for
almost 10 years and no\\ has
moved his la\\ practice to
Santa Rosa Count\. His
\ ife %\as born and raised in
this area as %\ere both her
parents. Leaving the
Marines to attend the
University\ of Florida
College of La\\. he has a
developed a general practice
and handles cases in\ol\ing
medical malpractice, auto-
mobile accidents. slip and


falls, and products liability
as well as criminal and
di% orce and family law mat-
ters. His practice also
includes representing small
businesses in \ artliet of
legal areas.
Living in Pace with his
family allows Mr.
LaDouceur to appreciate the
concerns of Santa. Rosa
County residents and meet
clients ,.hen its convenient
for them. He practices in all
local courts from
Apalachicola to Pensacola.
There is no need to have to


tra' el to downtown
Pensacola to engage a qual-
ified attorne'N.
Hire an attorney who rep-
resents. individuals and
small businesses not the
insurance industry.
Of course, the hiring ofan
attorney is an important
decision that should not be
based solely upon advertise-
ments. Before \ou decide,
ask Mr. LaDouceur to send
you written n information
about is qualifications and
experience.


March 14 -,fpril 13, 2005
Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesiy. .Thursday .. Friday :Saturday.
14 15 16 17 18 19
Board of Directors 4u- ,, H rf
Meeting 6pm ..r, Hap'
Public Invited ci-o r.ii Dr. Nanc St. Patrick's Day
McKenzie
20 21 22 23 24 25 26
ISRC School Spring Break
Good Friday

27 28 29 30 31 1 2

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S.II I SanTa Rjsa Clunii Scrhcoi; Srnq Bre k

3 4 5 6_ 7 8 9
Planning Day For
Santa Rosa 13anta Rosa County-Fa r April 5-10 at the East Milton Recreation Park
County SScools
10 naIDay 11 12 13 14 1 16
Board of DirectorF Br.r.,: Br,,Beaia l
MForSR eeC inrg 6pm .:,reTor .m ,. Sn;r l IWhite Sands Music Festivals
Far Public Invited ounir, kh:r.er, 7 am


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March 15, 2005 Sponsored by
Woodbine Family
Chiropractic Care
S4670 Woodbine Road
Pace, FL 32571
RSVP By
S March 15, 2005
S Pace Area Chamber of


Commerce, Inc.
At 994-9633
50/50 Drawing
Door Prizes


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Would you like a year's FREE

/ Membership in the Pace Area Chamber

of Commerce, Inc?
We would like 10 proi\ id you this opportunity as part of our
21005 Membership Drive All V0u have to do is sign up 5 new
Members and your Melmbership will be FREE for a full year. '
The Membership Drie will begin immediately. The Chamber
will provide yo, Lwith a packet containing everything you need
ti achieve vouir goal All ive new recruits must be turned in
'C '
ith payment in full before credit is applied.
Everyone is asked to participate!
Call the Chamber for details at 994-633.
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Pace Relay For Life

SApril 15th -16th Pace

High School

Businesses are encour-

,/ aged to donate door
Prizes and Raffle Items.

All Donations Go To The

American Cancer

Society. Contact Your

Chamber For More Info.

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NORTHWEST FLORIDA
LEGISLATIVE DAY
Our County was very well represented at the 2005
Northwest Florida Legislative Day events held
February 22nd and 23rd, in Tallahassee.
Representative from the Pace Area Chamber of
Commerce, Inc., the other Santa Rosa County
Chambers, Our County Commissioners, TEAM Santa 4
Rosa, other County offices and many organizations
were on hand to.present various issues concerning
our area to the Members of Legislature.

Senator Charlie Clary and his staff organize this event
each year, giving our representatives the opportunity
of presenting future of our County. We appreciate
them and all the fine citizens who represent the local
population who strive to promote our area.


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Tanglewood Ladies
to host golf scramble
e Entries are being taken for
the Tanglewood Ladies -Golf
Association's Winds of Change
Survivin' Ivan Golf Tournament.
This two person best ball
tournament will be held on April 5
and is limited to the first 48 paid
teams.
Entry fee for this tournament
is $50 per person and includes
cart and green fees, lunch and
prizes. All players must have an
established U.S. G. A. Handicap
with the maximum allowed being
38.
Entry and cancellation
deadline is March 30 For further
information contact Nancy Welch
at 626-0014.
Scratch Ankle 5K run,
walk entries underway
The Milton High School Track
Team and the City of Milton will
be hosting the Scratch Ankle 5K
Run/Walk at 8 a.m. on January
19.
Registrations for this event
will be taken up until the start of
the race and are $15 on or before
March 18 and $k0 the day of the
race.
The race will begin at the
Milton Community Center.
Awards will be given for the
the overall male and female run-
ner, male and female master,
male and female grandmaster
and the top three in predeter-
mined age groups.
T-Shirts will be given to all
race participants who have paid
their required entry fee.
For more information or to
pick up an entry form contact the
Milton High School Athletic
Department at 983-5600.
Oops Alley to host
Pot O' Gold Tourney
The Pot o' Gold Sweeper St.
Patrick's Handicap Singles
Tournament will be held March 12;
and 19 at 1 p.m. and 4 p.m. at.
Cops Alley in Pace..
Entry fee is $20 per person
and handicaps will be 100 per-'
cent from 220.
All bowlers will bowl four
games.
For more information con-
tact or to register contact Oops
Alley at 995-9393.

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Pace breaks

out the bats'

to win over

Milton 4-0


By BILL GAMBLIN, JR.
PG Sporis Editor


Milton's losh Stewart is seen preparing to hand a tire over the %\all during a pit stop at the Auto Club 500 held at California Speedwa on
Feb. 26. Stewart, who use to race at Southern Raceway, is a front end specialist for Penske Racing that works on the Kodak lasper Engines
Dodge Charger. .
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Stewart uses local lessons at Penske


By BILL GAMIBLIN. JR.
PG uorts Editor
It is a long i\ a from the
dirt of Southern Racewav to
Mo,.'re,,\ile,. but one Milton
resident hja found his home in
the heart of NASCAR.
Jo,-sh Ste\art took not onl\
his experience at Southern and
South Alabama racewa\. but


also an engineering degree to
fulfill his dream in 2004.
SStewart works on the
Kodak/Jasper Engines Dodge
for Pen.ske Motorsports as a
frc'nt-end meL hani c.spec.iaht
"A lo.t of the things you do
off the race track help create
the opporrunirt." said Stew.art.
Shuo graduated from the


Riley is ready to rumble

for the PJC Lady Pirates


B) BILL GAMBLING, JR.
PG S",iris Editor
Not mdan youngg %omnen
iei a \olle\ball scholarship
hbaed on how the\ pla; basket-'
ball. but not eter ione is
liltoin's Hle their RileN.
"I tell nII loi-e \uih Heather
aid her talents thile watching
hci at a Milton basketbial
gtine." siid Pensicola J1 .Inio
Colllece olle ball coach Pete
Pen.i. "Slee ,\as tireless on the
iih'-oi and played hard on both
end' of the court.
"I don't think there \\as a
plaj~er out there ho didn't


Heather Riley
Milton HS \'olle ball
Signed n oith:
Pensatola junior College


\ork harder or ci\e it more.
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Pace's Derek Oswall is
seen returning a serve
during his doubles
match against Pine
Forest on Friday.
Oswall and Alex
Fowlkes won their
match 9-7 and Pace
won the team event
over Pine Forest 8-1 in
boys action and on the
girls side Pace won 9-0.
Press Gazette photo
by Bill Gamblin, Jr.


Uni\ersiti of South Alabama
i\ith an engineering degree in
2000. "Ninety-nine percent of
the work you do to get to this
level is done off the track.
"For e'e ihi was 10 years
of preparation meeting an
opportunity."
Last ~ear Stewart worked
on the rear gear and brakes, but


this \ear he has nti\ ed to wards
the front end of the
Kodak'Jasper Engines Dodge
working on the front shocks.
.springs. so a\ bar. front
\alence. chamber and hre in on
the Penske p:oered machine
prior to qtialif ing and on race
day.
see. STE\\ART. Pg 2C


Pace broke out the bats at.
home in what was expected to
be a pitchers duel Friday
against Milton.
Ashleigh Cole hot .only
struck out 14 Lads Panthers in
the contest. but helped her own
cause x ith a laser shot oer the
right-center field fence in the
bottom of the fifth inning to
make it 4-0.
"We suung the bats
tonight," said Pace coach Susan
Williams. "Both teams had;
good pitchers on the mound
tonight. but as I tell my girls
ali, team on anN night can win.,
"Tonight Ashleigh did ai
\ern good lob and had control
of all of her pitches."
Pace first got on the board
in the bottom of the second
when a high pitch by Ashley
East allowed Tasha Chavers to;
score the first run after reaching
base with a one out double to,
right.
Emily Burge would drive in"
Pace's second run when she:
took a 1-2 count pitch back up'
the nuddle.
Milton threatened in the
Top of the.fourth when Kathryn
Sheppard singled \\ ith tio outs
and moted to second on a bunt
single bN Lindsey Winkles.
"We are not gonna be sad."
,aid Milton coach Paul Gro\er.
"One irrelevant fact is that we
\ ill pla\ again this season.
."ou can't hinge, a season
on just one game. there is one.
real important gamei,-ind---at
%\ill be in the.district tourna-
ment i\hen if \ou lose one \ou
See.'PREPS. Pg. 2C


2005

Lumberjack

Results


OVERALL WINNERS:
1st- (tied) Mike Mueller
and Chuck Ridings
2nd Michael Fannin
3rd jimmie Ales
EVENT WINNERS:
Dendrology
Brent WVilliams
Log Rolling
lack Boatner Jimmie Ales
Pulpwood Toss
Mike Fannin
Pole Felling
Lucas Forman
Compass & Pacing
lames Furman
DBH Estimation
Albert Berg
Knife Throwing
Ra\ monld Dehn
Axe Throwing
Mike Mueller
Women's Cross Cut Sawing
Stephany Buchanan and
Destiny \lmeida
Men's Cross Cut Sawing
Chuck Ricings and
Michael Fannin
lack-n-lill Cross Cut Sawing
Chuck Ridings and
Maria Wilson
Bow Sawing
Jimmie Ates
Stephany Buchanan is seen trying
to keep her side of the log in
bounds during the log rolling
event at the PJC Lumberjack
Festival on Saturday. Buchanan
was one of several females who
participated in this year's events.
Press Gazette photo
by Bill Gamblin, Jr.


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A high pitch during Friday's game between Pace and Milton was very enticing to Lindsey McLellan who
was standing on third base and tagged out when she attempted to score in the bottom half of the fifth
inning.
Press Gazette photo by Bill Gamblin, Jr.


Preps

Conbtiued From Page' One
are done."
The Lads Panthers final hit
came in the top of the sixth
when East tripled to right, but
% as stranded, as Milton could
not drive home the run.
In baseball action Milton
won two games in a row by
downing Gulf Breeze 11-1 on
Fridj-i and Woodham 5-4 on
Wednesday.
Against Gulf Breeze the
Panthers banged out 10 hits and
capitalized on four Dolphin
errors.
Ryan Cabaniss was the
only Milton player with more
than one hit as he went 2-for-3
on the day, whilee Bubba Mack


broke the game open for the
Panthers \ ith a tI o-run homer
in the second inning.
Scott Fontenot gave up
four hits in the win while walk-
ing two and striking out 1\\o.
Against Woodham Bubba
Mack pitched three scoreless
innings as the Panthers rallied
to win 5-4.
Mack also helped his cause
\ith a home run and rto RBI's1
as he \\ent 1-for-4 and Dillon
Smith had a 2-for 4 perform-
ance while scoring a run for the
Panthers.
Pace also continued their
winning ways in baseball as
they shutout Crestview 6-0.
Chris Sorce \ent three
innings for the \ in while Caleb
Gindl and Glenn Desposito


mopped up the final three
innings for the Patriots.
Brindon McFerrin had a
double and scored two runs
while Stevie Scott had a double
and a RBI in the winning effort.
Crestview was limited to
just three hits by the Patriots
pitching staff.
In boys tennis Tate defeated
Milton 7-1 in boys action with
Aaron Carver winning the
Panthers first match of the sea-
son over Jess Detoine.
In girls action Tate blanked
Milton 8-0.
In weightlifting Milton won
a dual meet %%ith Pine Forest
49-40.
Story written by Bill
Gamblin, Jr. Reach him at
sports @ s-pg.cow :


Stewart

Continued From Page One
During the Nextel Cup's
last stop in California there was
a huge difference as not only
did the aero package change
due to a reduction in the rear
spoiler height, but NASCAR
also impounded the cars for the
first time after qualifying.
"NASCAR is looking for
equality within all makes," said
Stewart. "It might hurt you to
begin with, but it forces you to
adjust your thinking.
"What you have to do is
just roll with the punches and
realize that NASCAR is trying
to help you as a team."
For Stewart this season is
creating some excitement with
the addition of 2001 Craftsman
Truck Series Rookie of the Year
Travis Kvapil, who will also be
competing for. NASCAR's
Raybestos Rookie of the Year
title.
"Tra\is has impressed me
this season \\ith our test ses-
sions at Las Vegas, Da) tona,
Lakeland (Fla.), and Kersha~."
said Stewart. "Our cars are get-
ting better and everything is
look real well.
"A good ,day at the track
not only reflects well on the
driver, but the team overall."
Despite his desire to work
for a NASCAR team, Stewart
knew it was going to take a lot
of work.
"This is not something you
just wake up and do," said
Stewart. "When I was 14 to 15
\ears old I was driving a dirt.
car for my step-father Buddy
Miller.
"In the beginning you
dream of moving up and mak-
ing it to the big show, but I
learned by working on my car
more than I did as a driver."
So how did this former
Milton resident who was work-
ing in the Gulfport shipyards
find his way to Mooresville.
"My wife (Jamie) went to


Clemnson University to get her
graduate degree in mechanical
engineering." said Stewart.
"She did her thesis on the han-
dling characteristics of a stock
car and landed an internship at
Penske South.
"She didn't get a job after
her internship, but she did get
an invitation to the Penske
Christmas Party. We were talk-
ing to'some individuals and I
met the crew chief and in
January. of 2004 they offered
me a job."
After getting the job with
Penske, Stewart went to work in
the shop and also started travel-
-ing.
"Being part of the crew that
works on the car you spend a lot
of time on the road." Stewart
admitted. "It took me a while to
get acclimated, but now I enjoy
the travel."
Some might think that all of
this travel would be hard on a
relationship, but for Stewart and
his wife this is nothing new.
"We met at South Alabama
and then she moved so she
could attend Clemson." Stewart


recalled. "We got married in
October, but since we have been
together our relationship has
been very unorthodox.
"While she was at Clemson '
we had a rule that one weekend
a month I would not i ce while
in Alabama and we would see
each other; luckily there were
only three races a month held at
Opp (South Alabama)."
For Stewart he is not upset
that he is not driving, but is
enjoying the life he has dreamed
about since an early age.
"We weren't that good as a
race team when I was a driver,
but I learned to look at the big
picture," recalled Stewart. "I am
where I am today because I
learned something every time I
was at the track.
"How the car reacted when
I made an adjustment or tried a
different component; by learn-
ing something I gained."
It was even more interesting
when Rust\ Wallace's son
Stephen won the 37th Annual
Snowball Derby.
"I knew the race was a big
deal, but I didn't realize how
big it was to everyone in
Mooresville," said Stewart.
"They talked about how impor-
tant it was to do well in the
derby.
"I am glad that Stephen did
so well at the derb\ and that the
Bryant's have taken over the
track because they have meant
so much to racing in the area
and I am sure they will do a fine
job."
If you look real close this
Sunday you might even see
Stewart as a crew member dur-
ing pit stops at the UAW-
DaimlerChrysler 400 at Las
Vegas Motor Speedway.
"I am not a member of the
over the wall crew during a pit
stop," said Stewart. "But I help
with things like tires, hoses, and
other items during the race from
behind the wall."
Story written by Bill
Gamblin, Jr Reach him at
sports@sr-pg.com


Final

instructions


Milton softball coach Ron
O'Quinn helps those
attending the Lisa
Fernandez Fastpitch
Championships Clinic
Saturday at the Lady
Panthers' softball field.
Fernandez, a three-time
Olympic Gold Medalist,
was in town Saturday and
Sunday conducting the
skills clinic.

Press Gazette photo
by Bill Gamblin, jr.


Milton senior Heather Riley signs with Pensacola junior College
Wednesday at Milton High School while her brother Chaz (left),
father Chuck, mother Gina, and brother Alex (right) look on. Also
joining in the moment from left to right are Coach Ryan Davenport,
Milton Athletic Director Murray Rutledge, Assistant Principal Brian
Noack, Principal Lewis.Lynn, Milton volleyball Coach Brad Grice, PJC
Volleyball Coach Pete Pena, and Milton girls basketball coach Chuck
Douglass.


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Riley

Continued From Page One
Riley blushed when she
heard those words from Coach
Pena, but he wasn't the only
coach to heap praises on her
before she signed her scholar-
ship to play volleyball.
"I really appreciate Heather
and what she meant to our vol-
leyball team," said Milton vol-
leyball coach Brad Grice. "She
was one of the meanest girls on
the team.
"Now those of us that know
Heather realize she isn't mean,
but that she just hates to lose."
After basketball Riley
switched her focus to basketball
where one of her more memo-
rable shots came during the
District 2-4A semi-finals
against Pace when she scored
with one knee on the floor.
"Heather is one of the best
examples of what hard work
will do for you," said Milton
girls' basketball coach Chuck
Douglass. "She did everything
she could to make herself abet-


s Gazette photo by. Bill Gamblin, Jr.

ter player.
"She wants to win and be
successful at anything she does
and I feel she will make a
tremendous impact at PJC,"
For Riley, she loves sports,
but her participation was more
of an outlet to release some
stress.
"Athletics is my release for
stress," said Riley. "Today is
very exciting and very flattering
for me.
"I never thought about
playing sports in college."
Since she first talked to
Coach Pena, Riley wondered
what she did to impress Coach
Pena to offer her a scholarship.
"I talked to him about PJC
and have wondered until today
what I did to impress him," said
Riley. "I am very glad that he
feels I have enough potential to
help me improve as a volleyball
player."
Riley will be joining fellow
Lady Panther Amie McMillion
at PJC.
Story written by Bill
Gamblin, Jr Reach him at
sports @ sr-pg. corn


I BOWLING L AG EI


Avalon Bowling Center
Avalon Senior Mixed
Feb.28,2005
High Game Men: John Krasnosky
269
High Game Women: Yvonne
Dunlap 254
High Team Game: Alley Bums 869
High Series Men: John Krasnosky
720


High Series Women: Shirley
Brockette 665
High Series Team: Up & Down
2495
League Standings: Monday Recs
(70-34), Splits Happen (68-36),
Over The Hill (67 1/2-36 1/2), Hits
and Misses (63 1/2-40 1/2), Missin
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Good pay and benefits,
Experienced and
beginner positions
available.
983-2520.


Now Hiring Drivers.
Starting pay is $6.15
hourly + tips
and mileage paid
nightly.
Apply in person.
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Highway 90, Milton.


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Equipment Operators. ;
Must pass a drug test. :
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preferred. Must be mature,
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17 CABINS near Pi-
geon forge Tn, sell-
ing at Auction March
12, 10:30a.m. Guar-
anteed financing
available with 25%
down. Furrow Auc-
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ROW;
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Mar 12. 2 spacious
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on Lake Jackson.
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SANTA ROSA COUNTY
HUMAN RESOURCES


EMPLOYMENT ANNOUNCEMENT
S t :C '4 .4 i : A $ I ** +. .
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.
* B :* '' +* *.'*c Y .r r. x 4 .:i. y'
Administrative Services Assistant (6002)
Range: 18 $,24,702.08 27, 266.47/annually DOQ
**Closing Date: 03/14/2005
Minimum Qualifications' (Must Be Attained Before the Closing Date)
Note: All experience must be clearly documented, including experi-
ence with Microsoft software before qualification for employment is
determined.
Associates degree in business, management or related degree and 4
years administration e exp including 2 \rs exp in computer operations
with MS Word, Excel, Access and Power Point, OR HS/GED and 6:
yrs administrative; exp to include 2 yrs exp in computer operations
with MS Word, Excel, Access and Power Point. Note: Solid working
knowledge of IS Excel, Access and Power Point preferred.-
GIS Coordinator/GIS Analyst (4450)
Range: 26 $ 36.670.38 40.477.24 / annually DOQ
Salary Range: $ 36.670.38 63,130.72
**Closing Date: 03/28/2005 ,
Minimum Qualifications (Must Be Attained Before the Closing Date)
Note: All experience must be clearly documented, including experi-
ence with Microsoft software before qualification for emploI ment is
determined.
* Bachelor's degree in geography. geographic information systems.
computer science or a related field. Two years of GIS experience.
using the county's endorsed GIS Software (ESRI- ArcGis), or data-
-base experience with the County's endorsed database software
(Microsoft Access and/or SQL), 6 months experience with wordipro-
cessing and spreadsheets.
* OR Master's degree in geography, geographic information systems.
planning. computer science or a related field and one \ear of GIS
experience using the county's endorsed GIS Soft\ are i ESRI -
ArcGis), or database experience \ith the County's endorsed database
soft are (MIicrosoft Access and/or SQL). 6 months experience \ ith
word processing and spreadsheets.
* OR currently hold or previously held a GIS Coordinator or GIS
Manager Postion for tw\o years, \ ith 3 \ears of GIS experience using
the countV's endorsed GIS Softw\ are ESRI ArcGis or database
experience \with the County's endorsed database soft are Mlicrosoft
Access and/or SQL 6 months experience w ith w ord processing and
spreadsheets;
* Preference will be given to applicants w ith ArcObjects and/or
ArcSde experience and/or SQLexperience. .
LICENSE: Applicant must have a valid Florida Driier's License at the
date of hire and maintain said license while employed in this position.
Geographic Information System Technician II (4454) Range: 18
$ 24,702:08 27,266.47:/ annually DOQ 1 3 1
**Closing Date: 03/21/2:0015
Salary Range: $ 24,702.08 45,526.41.
Minimum Qualifications (Must Be Attained Before the Closing Date)
Note: All experience must be clearly documented, including experi-
ence with Miicrosoft software before qualification for employ ment is
determined.
HS/GED. 3 3rs exp in GIS to include 2 \ r exp utilizing County
endorsed software (ESRI-arcgis) and County Endorsed Databases
(Microsoft Access and/or SQL), 6 months exp with Microsoft Word
and Excel (or other similar programs; demonstrating proficiencN.

Testing for Communications Dispatcher I will be held on Thursday,
March 17, 2005. The APPLICANT must contact Human Resources at
850-983-1948 to receive their assigned testing time for the date above.
All applications must be received on or before Monday, March 14,
2005 at 4:30pm in order to obtain a testing time..
**NO EXCEPTIONS WILL BE MADE ON DATE/TIME**

FOR EACH POSITION APPLIED FOR, ALL REQUIRED SUP-
PORTING DOCUMENTS (i.e. diplomas, transcripts, and/or certifi-
cates) LISTED ON THE JOB DESCRIPTIONS, MUST BE SUB-
MITTED BY THE CLOSING DATE/S NO LATER THAN 4:30pm.
DOCUMENTS MAY BE DELIVERED BY US MAIL, FAX, EMAIL,
OR HAND DELIVERED. If the required supporting documents are
not in by the close date, your application will not be submitted for
consideration. In an effort to further assist applicants, we offer the
ease of applying online at www.santarosa.fl.gov. Complete job.
descriptions and applications are also available at the Santa Rosa
County Human Resources Office, 6495 Caroline Street; Suite H,
Milton, FL 32570, phone (850) 983-1948, Fax (850) 981-2003.
Veteran's Preference will be given in accordance with Florida Statutes.

A Drug Free Workplace/EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER


BIG OLD Time
Country Auction.
March 12, 2005.
Santa Rosa Auction
Doc Hall' AU 1497
AB 1398, 7 P.M. Fi-
delis, Florida; Old Fi-
delis School Com-
munity Center. Items
you would like to be
auctioned contact
Auction at 850-626-
2475. Flea Market
To Be Outdoors
Same Day 'From
8am until 12noon.
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GIGANTIC 3-DAY,
Auction. March 9,
10, 11, 2005. Mont-
gomery, AL. Single.
.Tandem ,& Tn-Axle
SDumps (49 of wnich
are 200--2005
year). Truck Trac-
tors,. Lowboys,
Crawler Loaders &'
Tractors, Excava-
tors, Motor Graders
& Scrapers, Back-
hoes, Rubber Tired'
Loaders, Frklifts,
,Paving, Skidders,
Feller Buncner, Log
Loaders Farm Trac-
tors & Cotton Pick-
ers. J.M. Wood Auc-
tion Co., Inc.
(334)264-3265. Bry-,
ant Wood AL Lic
#11'37,


FLORIDA NOTARY
Weddings 994-6689
After 5:30 pm


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"HOSPICE;
a special kind of aing since 1984

IS CARING
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Emphasizing quality of life, the
Covenant Hospice team is
dedicated to providing compa-
ssionate services to patients &
their loed ones Our vision is
for excellence in compassionate
care for all people. to broaden &
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Home Health Aide
LPN, Flex
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RN Case Manager
Social Worker PRN
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102
Drivers
DRIVER TRAINEES
NEEDED NOW! No
experience required.
Werner has immedi-
ate positions for en-
try-level semi driv-
ers Our avg Dnvers
earn more than
$36K first. year. 60%
of Werner drivers
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weekly. 15 day CDL
Training now availa-.
ble'in your area. For
a solid new career,
call Today 1-866-
280-5309.-
DRIVER-COVE-
NANT TRANS-
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Experienced Driv-
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Teams and Gradu-
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HOME TIME
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866-357-7351..
NOW HIRING
CDL required.
Truck driver with
tractor trailer and
forklift experience a
must. 623-5385.


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102
Drivers
DRIVERS-OWNER
OPS..&'Co. Drivers
Needed Nowl Run.
SE Only for SE, Mid-
Atl, MW Regional,
O/O's -No Forced
Dispatch, Good Pay
plus Fuel (866)250-
4292.
EVERGREEN
TRANSPORTA-
TION needs drivers
to run the. 13 SE
states with both
weekly and week-
end hometime. We
Offer good pay and
benefits. If you are
at least 23 with a
good driving record
.with a HAZMAT en-.
dorsement please
come by'our termi-
nal located at 300
Hwy. 95A, Canto-
ment, Florida across
from IP paper mill or
call 850-968-1702.

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General Help
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$50 cash hiring bo-
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HAIR STYLIST
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GAS SERVICE TECHNICIAN I.

CITY OF MILTON
Re s: H.S. Dip, St of Fl D.L.- Class
"A' CDL required w/in 3 mos. Prev
utility installation exp an asset.
Salary: $15,704.00 Ann. This is a full
time City of Milton position. Contact
Landrutm Staffing Svcs, P.O. Box
15700 Pns, Fl 32514 (6723 Plantation
Rd, Pns) or call (850) 476-5100. Apps
will be accepted thru February 14,
2005. The City of Milton is a Drug
Free Workplace and EOE./AA


Hurricane Ivan
Temporary Jobs Program

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

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

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

Some are degree positions, but "MOST" are not.

Please call one of our Escarosa Career Centers
for eligibility and documentation requirements.

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

6570 Caroline Street
Milton, FL 32570
(850) 983-5325 ext 121

We are a Drug Free Workplace
An Affirmative Action Equal Opportunity Employer/Program
Auxiliary aids and services are available upon request to individuals with disabilities


104
General Help
A&E CAREGIVERS
seeks part time di-
rect care staff to pro-
vide services to
mentally and physi-
cally challenged per-
sons in Santa Rosa
& Escambia County.
FBI background
check required. To
arrange for interview
call 458-3829.
SUBWAY IS Hiring.
5462 N. Stewart
Street (Across from
Mkilon H-igh) All,
shifts available, full
and part time. Great
starting pay. Great
training. 2 weeks
paid vacation after 1
year Call Kevin,
Ann or' Rick at 850-.
470-9307. Monday-
Friday, 9am-4pm.
Drug test required.
Equal opportunity
employer.
APPLIANCE RE-
PAIR tech. needed
to sub-contract.
Must have own'
transportation', and
tools.. References
and experience re-
quired. 477-8070.
AVON -' Full time
pay for Part-time
hours. No inventory.
Call Laura
850-206-0990
BARTENDER'
.NEEDED. Good
work environment.
Ask for Jinx. 623-
1292. Amvets Post
1292, Old Bagdad
Hwy.
PUBLISHER'S
:NOTICE
Milton Newspapers,-
Inc. (dba The Santa
SRosa Press Gazette
and The Santa Rosa
Free: Press) re-
serves the right to
censor, reclassify;,
revise, edit or reject
any advertisement
not meeting its
standards of accept-
ance. Submission of
an advertisement
does not constitute
an. agreement to
publish said adver-
Sisement Publicallon
of an advertisement
does not constitute
an agreement for
continued publica-
tion.


to start

To secure an
immediate
interview,
Call either Tracy
Lynn or Leigh
At 626-4429
(9am-7pm)


TAKING
APPLICATIONS.
Good DL required,
outside work.
Bob's Canoes.
62315457.


104
General Help

CARPET
CLEANING

$350+ per week
Our customers
have Cleaning
fever!

Openings for men
& Women. :
Over-flooded with
Business. No
experience
Necessary. We
supply your
equipment, training
and vehicles.
Due to heavy
work load,

Must start
SImmediately!

For immediate
interview,
call Tracy Lynn at
626-4429.

COOL TRAVEL
Joblll One month
paid training! $500
sign on bonus Must
be free to travel &
start today
(800)735-7462.
DELIVER TRAVEL
Trailers for Pay!
Thousands of 30ft
travel trailers origi-
nating from Florida
cities. We need pick-
up truck owners to
deliver. www.hori-
zontransport.com.
FINISHER'S AND
Hanger's with their
own,: transportation
and experience call
698-9578 Scott
Boutwell
FLOORING COM-
PANY now hiring for'
Office/Sales .posi-
tion. Full time. Must
be dependable with
exceptional custom-
er Service Skills. Ex-
perience preferred.
Call 981-8434 ask
for Mary.
FLORIDA LI-
CENSED Physical
Therapist AND
Physical Therapist
Assistant wanted in
Rural Hospital in
North Florida Call.
(850)973-2271 or
Fax Resume to
(850)973-8158..
GENERAL OFFICE
* Help wanted. Long
distance trucking.
Computer experi-
ence helpful. Fax
Resume to 850-994-.
4220.
LOCAL HOME Im-
provement Compa-
ny -needs experi-
enced Window &
Door installers.
Drug Free Work-
place. Clean DMV.
Must have tools.
983-2899.


104
General Help.
LIBERTY
NATIONAL Life
Insurance
Do You Earn
$75,000 A Year?
Would You Like
To? Using our pro-
ven marketing plan
you could earn
$75K yourfirst year *
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the next year with
renewals and bo-
nuses! We offer two
retirement funds, '
health insurance;
paid vacation,
convention trips
and morel No
experience neces-
sary. On-the-job
training Require-,
ment: honesty, hard
work, dependable
transportation, and
the willingness to
follow our system.
We are an Equal
Opportunity
Employer.
Find out more Call:
983-7576.
LOOKING FOR
Lady -to keep 17:
nonin old girl from
8:30am to 12:30pmr
in my.home. Please
call June @ 623-
0226.
NOW HIRING Ex-
perienced Climbers
and Ground Crew.
Please Call 983-
7820.
NOW HIRING 2005
Postal .Positions
Federal, State & Lo-
cal $1'480 $48+..Hr..
No experience nec-
essary. Entry Lev-
els. Full Benefits.
Paid Training. Call'7
days (888)826-2513
Ext. 201.
NOW HIRING cash-
ier for Baileys Penny '
Pantry' 3840 Hwy
90, Pace. 994-7801.
P/T DIETARY AID
position available-
12:00 until 8:30 p.m.
No experience
necessary.
Apply in person
5386 Broad St.
in Milton EOE
PART TIME help
needed. $7 per
hour. Flexible
schedule. 20 hour a -
week and every oth-
er -Saturday. Must'
be dependable with'"
great-customer serv-
ice .skills. Call Anne
for interview. 626-'-
9152
SALES $5,500.
Weekly goal poten-t
tial. If someone did
it, So can you! 2-3
confirmed appoint-
ments daily! Benefits -
available. Call Cath-
erine McFarland-.
(888)563-3188
SECURITY OFFI-
CERS needed. Call
623-3550.
SEEKING CHRISTI-
AN Nursery Worker
for small church
nursery-' (infants &
toddlers for Sunday
Mornings) Please
. call 626-1948.

SKILLED/
UNSKILLED

GILCO is a rapidly
growing company
that is ahead in
production and
behind in
personnel. We
need 18-25
hardworking;
ambitious &
dependable people
from Milton, Pace,
Pensacola, Gulf
Breeze and all local
places to staff our
new Milton location.

*No Experience
needed
(due to "Earn While
You Learn Pro-
gram" training)
*Full/Part time
*Fast advancement
potential
*This is not
telemarketing
*Paydays every
Friday
*$350-400/wk


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104
.General Help
SUBWAY IS Hiring.
S5462 N. Stewart
.Street (Across from
SMilton High) All
shifts available, full
and part time. Great
starting pay. Great
Straining. 2 weeks
paid vacation after 1
year.' Call Kevin,
Ann or Rick at 850-
S470-9307. Monday-
Friday, 9am-4pm.
Drug test required.
Equal opportunity
employer.
ACTIVITIES ASSIS-
TANT Part-time as-
sistant needed at
Santa. rosa Health &
Rehab Center. Must
have ability to work
varied hours, nights,
Weekends and holi-
days when necessa-
ry. Must be artistic
Sand have a sincere
interest and desire
Sto work with the eld-
erly. Please submit
application at 5386
Broad St. Milton.
UP TO $4,000
Weekly Exciting
weekly paycheck
Written guarantee!
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company now hiring!
Easy .work sending
out our simple one
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postage, supplies!
Awesome bonuses!
Free information
Call nowl (800)242-
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WANTED FLORIDA
S2-20 agent to field
incoming calls'for
quotes. Salary/Com-
mission. Call 626-
4333.
WORK AT home
under contract. Web
Master. Internet con-
nection, programing
skills, Frontpage,
Adobe photoshop
required. HTML,
SPHP, CGI a plus. E-
mail resume to t-
sumrall@att.net,
subject resume or
call 981-9649

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Business
S Opportunities
S#1 CASH COW! 90
Vending Machines.
in .30 locations -.
$9,995 (800) 836-
3464 #B02428.
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eBay to get Paid.
Get $250 in FREE;
products to Start No
Inventory required
Training Provided
Call OnlineSupplier
For More Info
(800)940-4948 Ext.
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.ALL CASH CANDY
ROUTE Do you earn
$800 a day? Your.
own local candy
route. Includes .30
Machines and Can-
dy All for $9,995.
(800) 998-VEND.
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we will not be under-
sbld.
INCREDIBLE OP-
PORTUNITY!!
Looking for a few
exceptional .people
to make an above
average income.
Call Lori at
(800)489-8930.
315
Business Services
FLORIDA NOTARY
Weddings, 994-
6689,After 5:30 pm
LEONARD AR-
NOLD, LLC Carpen-
try- Home Repair.
Licensed and Insur-
ed. Phone 850-232-
5843


315
Business Services'
30% OFF Tree
Services, Roofing,
Fencing & Stumps.
Licensed & locally
owned Business.
850-983-9975 office,
850-255-0599 cell
Ask for Ron or Tam-
my. Free estimates
on every job, so give
us a call, thanks.
ABOVE & Beyond
Tree Service &
Landscaping. Li-
censed and Insured.
Free Estimates. Ke-
vin Frey (850) 983-
7820. Call us...or
pay morel
ADVANCED
VINYL
Systems Inc.
Home Improve-
mentSpecialists.
*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
ART'S HANDYMAN
Service. Concrete,
Fences, Decks, Car-
portsi Home Re-
pairs; Enclosed Ga-
rages. Licensed -
Free Estimates. 22
yrs experience. 850-
626-6413, 723-2204
or 346-0856.
BIG AND Little dry-
wall- owner Scott
Boutwell, Spray rig
for hire. All types of
texture: knock-down,
popcorn, orange
peel, etc... Please
Call 675-5789 or
698-9875
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.
BORDER TO Bor-
der Fencing Compa-
ny. All types of fenc-
ing installed and re-
paired. Specializing
in- privacy fencing:.
Free Estimates.
485-2532.
CANDI'S CLEAN-
ING Companion. In-
sured and licenses,
residential and com-
mercial cleaning.
We will take care of
all your .cleaning
needs. Give us a,
call for a free esti-
mate. Susan (850-
748-6922 or 626-
1354 or Debbie
(850) 292-3538.
D&D REMODELING
INC. General Conr-
tractor All.. Types
Home Maintenance;
Roofs to Floors,
Renovations, Decks,
Tile, Plumbing, Etc:
Evictions, Move-
Outs, Construction
Cleaning, .Pressure
Washing;. Panting,
Firewood also avail-
able, Etc.
FREE ESTIMATES.
Lic.#4710-0037952
CELL#384-3852.
CELL#384-3850.
DIRT, SAND,GRAV-
EL Ann Barnhill
Trucking, Inc. Call
for price. (850) 623-
3461 (850) 336-'
3084. Free Esti-
mates!
JAKE'S STUMP
Grinding. No truck in
yard. Will go, through
36" gate, self propel-
led. 850-313-9904.


315
Business' Services
DO YOU really want
to face the ap-
proaching Hurricane
Season with a tem-
porary roof? Do.
qualities like Hones-
ty, Integrity and
Quality work matter
to you? Do you have
questions about
your insurance set-
tlement? We have
Insurance specialist
on staff and will pro-
vide you with a fast
Free Estimate! Cen-
tury Builders & Roof-
ing. 850-453-9871.
ETHRIDGE HOME
repair Remodel-
ing, repair, room
additions, painting,
porches, decks,
ect... Also, all mo-
bile home repairs.
Free estimates.
Day/night 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:
850-501-0519
FIRST CLASS
Home Repair. Roof
repair, painting;
pressure washing,
also mobile home
repair. Over 50
years experience.
Free Estimates. Call
Robert at 981-8257.

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by Sister Rose.
Amazing abilities.
Solves all problems.
Reunites lovers,
stops unwanted
divorces, help
businesses,
marital problems,
financial problems.
Guaranteed
Results!
Call Toll Free
1-866-912-Rose.

-IOME OWNERS-
BUSINESSES. does
your home have tox-
ic Mold? Protect
Your Health-! Gall
Bagdad Home Build-
ers. Blackie Black
572-8563 or 626-
1734. Consulting: &
Inspection. All types
of remodeling. Certi-
fied Hygienist & Pro-
fessional Mold re-
mediation specialist
available. License #
RG0034691.
ISLAND ROOFING
& Repairs. No wait-
ing list. Installing
new roofs at or be-'
low most insurance
elrrieales. Serving
Milton & Santa Rosa'
County. Licensed
and Insured. Call
.AL Now! 850-449-
5296
LAND CLEARING/
Dozer/Tractor work
Leveling, root 'rak-
ing,, bushogging,
disking. Equipment
and material trans-
port available. By
the Job or by the
,hour. Call for esti-
mates. No job too
small. Call Billy Rog-
ers. 850-957-4952
or Cell. 850-261-';
8407.
LEONARD AR-
NOLD LLC. Carpen-
try, Home Repair. Li-
censed & Insured.
850-232-5843.
ROOFING SERVICE
Free Estimates.
Lic#XYZ24260428
Ins 850-982-4631


315
Business Services
LOCAL HOME Re-
pair. Paint, drywall,
trim & tile. Fence re-
pair & installation.
10 years experi-
ence. Contact Paul
McMullen 850-723-
9767.
MCARTHUR'S
STUMP Grinding.
623-6634 Call for
Pat 293-6500 or Call
for Doug 382-0393.
You do not need to
pull the stumps, just
grind them down
even ,with the
ground.


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

NEW HOPE PAINT-
ING & WAILLPA-
PERING *Drywall
repairs.& patchwork
*Pressure cleaning
-(homes, decks, pa-
tios, driveways &
sidewalks) *Carpen-
try work (crown
molding, paneling,
trim base'& case, in-
stall cabinets & build
decks) Commercial/
Residential.
Interior/Exterior.
Family owned busi-
ness, over'30 years.
Call The Ericksens
today! (850)723-
2550 or 623-6034


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

THE MOWER Medic
We service Your
Mower in your home
at your
convenience.
.Bob Knowles office
(850) 626-8300 Cell
(850) 982-3576.


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Business Services
PRO PAINT-N-PA-
PER and Repairs.
Licensed, Insured,
15 yrs exp. Free Es-
timates. Serving Es-
cambia, Santa Rosa
and Okaloosa coun-
ties. Specializing in
Paint, Decks, Wall-
paper, .Carpentry,
Privacy Fence, Sid-
ing Repair, Ceramic
Tile. Call.Tami Per-
due, Keith Fowler.
850-516-9988.

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Name Change'55
FREE Iyping, Call for
Worksheet (850) 434-7524
.1850 N. "W"St,
(1,blk. N, of Flea Market)
1ANDALL 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.
REMOVE THE
Bluel
T & L Roofing
and Repair. Shin-
gles, metal.and
torch down. We'll
match or beat any
price. Free esti-
mates. Licensed,
bonded and insur-
ed. 850-689-0635'
SALTER'S FARM'
Market. Country
made syrup, sea-
sonal produce.
Quality fruits and
vegetables. 8855
Chumuckla Hwy,
Pace, FI 32571
(850) 994-4734. "If
we grow it, you'll like
it".
STUMP GRINDING
Bobcat & Dozer
Services, Lot Clear-
ing, Mini Excavator.
850-982-4631.
STUMP-EASE
.STUMP Grinding.
Mbst removals
$35.00. Discount for
multiply removals.
Backyard Accessible
Licensed & Insured.
Local- Contractor.
Retired USN. 232-
8746.

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


315
Business Services
TAX SEASON is
HERE! Need help
on your taxes?
Please call me for
quick results at fair
prices. Lisa Bender
Bookkeeping and
Tax Service. 981-
3381, cell 346-8563,
email:lisataxidote @
a
ol.comSee bur ad in
the Buisness Serv-
ice Directory.

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

320
Child Care
A. FAMILY Childcare
home in Navarre.
has Immediate
openings for 3 & 4
year old children.
The FCCH is a re-
cipient of The Roads
to. Reading Early
Learning Opportuni-
ty Act Grant. Please
call for more infor-
mation. 936-1431.


REGISTERED
HOME in Milton has
2 openings for an in-
fant through 2 years.
Mon.-Fri. 7:00am to.
5:30pm and one
opening for after
school, W.H. Rho-
des district. 6 1/2
.years, experience,
references available.
Registration #FR-
6159-S Please call
623-1670.


325
Domestic

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

NEED HELP with
Love One? CNA;
looking for patient in
Munson/Milton area.
Call 983-2529.

335
Financial Services

$$$ATTENTION:
HOMEOWNERS!
Morgages Fast &
SEasy All credit
types accepted. 1st,
2nd, Home Equity -
Save $$$! We can
help. Call (800)898-
3931 7 days.

LOANS BY phone.
Up. to $1000 in
24hrs. No credit
check Bank
account
Req. (888)350-3722
www.paycheckto-
day.com.
MORTGAGES, RE-
FINANCE or Pur-
chase. No' money
down. No Income
check, low rates. All
credit considered.
(Higher rates may
apply) No mobile
homes. Call Accent
Capital (888)874-,
4829 or www.Ac-
centCapital.com, Li-
censes Correspond-
ent Lender..

340
Home Repair

ALL WORK Serv-
ices. Give us a call
& We'll do it alll
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 shnall. Call
850-994-2259.

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


345
Lawn Care


CJ & SONS
LAWN SERVICE
Mowing, trimming,
.edging, raking ,
hauling &
small tree work.
Free estimates.
S623-2779


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


DOUG'S LAWN
SERVICE
Mowing & Edging,
Trimming Bushes,
Landscaping,
Mulching, & full
lawn services.
Hauling &
Miscellaneous
services. Owner
operated and a
local yocal.
Call 324-9149
or 623-5370.


EMERALD COAST
Lawn Services
ECL, LLC
Mowing, edging,
Sodding. Bush
trimming, Debris
cleaning-ups'Local
Company
Commercial and
Residential. Owner
Operated. Licensed
Sand Insured.
981-9542.


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
S -:- Meals
*1 Light housework
-Errands
944-2211


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402
Apartments

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

CLEAN UNFUR-
NISHED apartment
for rent. Suitable for
Mature adult or Se-
nior citizen, Quiet
neighborhood. Car-
pet, Stove/Frig.
CH/A, Water furnish-
ed. No Pets. .No'
washer and dryer
hookup. $375.00.
623-1120.


404
Commercial


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


TWO OFFICE
spaces for lease in
Gateway Plaza.
6568 Caroline St.,
Milton. 3500 and
11,300 .sqft. 850-
623-0350.

406
Homes

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

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

3BD/2BA IN Milton,
CH/A, washer/dryer,
fenced yard, quiet
neighborhood, close
to Dogwood. $700
per month plus de-
posit. 850-225-0047.


406
Homes


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


408
Land

LAND FOR!SALE
Refer to
Classification
#510

LARGE PRIVATE
RV lot half acre.
$375. month in-
cludes utilities. 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/1BA, FRONT
Kitchen,Eastgate
Mobile Home
Ranch. 626-8973.

3BD-2BA DOUBLE
wide on Avalon. Call
626-8973

DOUBLEWIDE
3BD/2BA, fireplace:
Eastgate Mobile
Home Ranch. 626-
8973.
TRAILER FOR rent.
675-3008.

412
Rooms For Rent

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

ROOMS FOR rent-
Downtown Milton,
Glover Lane, Every-
thing included. $100
wk. plus deposit.
983-4884 or 450-
1417 (24 hours). Ca-
ble, A/C, garbage,
parking included.
Clean.


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2 Bedroom Duplex 2 (1 each unit)
3 Bedroom Duplex 4 (2 each'unit)


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Roommates
SWanted

ROOMMATE
SWANTED to share a
rfew, 1700 sqft
Some in Pace. All
utilities furnished.
$600 month. Call
380-5761.

.416
Vacation & Resort

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Hold a
garage or
yard sale.
Contact our
specialists
at 623-2120.
We even
have yard
sale kits to
make it all
easier.


506
Homes
FOR SALE: Brick
home in Milton on
cul-de-sac. 4bd/2ba,
separate room for
office, etc. Formal
dining; laundry
room. Fireplace, big
kitchen with
breakfast eat-in
area. Ceramic tile in
kitchen, baths, foyer,
and laundry room.
2-car garage, big
private lot and
fenced back yard.
nice quiet
neighborhood.
Breckenridge
ubdivision.
Approximately 2560
sq. feet. Built in
1999. $305,000.
Call
626-9702.


WATERFRONT
HOMES
2.waterfront homes
on beautiful
Coopers Basin
Just off
Blackwater river.
4 bedrooms, 2 bath
home with Den and
F/P on approx. 1
1/2 acre with 150 ft
ipf deep water.
3 bedroom 2 bath
home with Florida
room, in-ground
pool and 65 ft dock
with deck, on ap-
prox. 1 1/2 acre.
both homes
recently
renovated.'Homes
are priced at
$289,000 each: For
an Appointment call
623-8385


510
Land
1 ACRE Lot,
cleared; well, and
power pole. For
sale: $30,000. 1.5
miles south off 1-10.
Avalon and Mary
Kitchens road. 572-
5082.
LAND FOR RENT
Refer to
Classification
#408

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


512
Mobile Homes
'00 HORTON 16 x
80 mobile home in
excellent condition.
Decks : included.
Must be Moved.
$37,000 call 983-
2311
FOlR SALE 2003,
16X70 Mobile Home
with all appliances
included. 623-3878
or 449-6904 or 449-
7977, asking payoff.
NICE 3BD / 2ba
1997 Mobile Home
for sale on .88 of an
acre. Must see to
appreciate. Lot's of
extras, tub jets, ice
maker, dishwasher,
CH/A, $59,900
994-5859.
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NEW LOG home
shell- $99,900.
Beautiful home shell
nestled on private
wooded lot off Park-,
way north of Boone.
Won't last 1st time
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704
Livestock

LIVE STOCK-
QUARTER Horse, 5
years old, regis-
tered, paint, good
bloodlines, excellent
health. 30 day train-
ing. Boarded in East
Milton. $650.00 Call
850-623-0918 after
4:30 pm.


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


706
Livestock Supplies


HORSE HAY,
square bales.
623-8237.




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


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Lost & Found
PETS,
FOUND ON 87S in
Milton. Large breed
puppy, about 4
months old, black &
white. Call to identi-
fy. 410-903-9120.

FOUND, LARGE
Breed puppy, about
4 months old, black
& white. Found on
87S in Milton. Call to
identify. 410-903-
9120.
LOST LABI Chow
mix, rusty colored.
Eight years old. lost,
in Pace high area
please call 995-
0483


LOST MALE
Yorkie in Round
Up Valley. This is
a treasured,
child's pet that is
much loved and
missed. Please
call 983-0844.


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


806
Appliances
GE REFRIGERA-
TOR, Freezer on
top, 'ice maker in
door does not work.
$150. 626-0797 af-
ter 5pm.
810
Computers
COMPUTER HELP
Spyware,, Viruses &
Popups----Removed
free. software added
for protection.
Help with Setup-
Internet-Email-etc.
$25 Service Call
$15/per hr after first
CALL 626-2928.

814
Furniture


BEDROOM-ALL
NEW SOLID
WOOD 5-PIECE
SET. Chest, mirror,:
dresser, nightstand
and bed. $995.
Can deliver.'
850-418-2015.

LARGE METAL
desk. Good condi-
tion. $50. Call 994-
9633.


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Furniture


DISTRIBUTOR
MATTRESS
OVERSTOCK
New mattress sets,
brand name, war-
ranty, in plastic.
PLUSH TOP
Queen $125
Full $95

PILLOW TOP
King $230
Queen $159
Full $140

Can deliver
850-418-5274


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


NEW IN Plastic,
Complete single bed
with solid Oak head-
board. call 623-2049

-NEW QUEEN mat-
tress and box
spring. Un-used in
plastic. Serta quality,
warranty, double pil-
low top. $250. Can
deliver please call
501-0270

QUEEN SIZE sofa
bed, good condition.
$100. End tables
$25 each. 623-1139.

820
Lumber &
Hardware

FOR SALE: Con-
crete lock 8x8x16.
Approx. 1100 stand-
ard block at $0.75
each and 150-head-
er block $1.00. This
is a 33% savings.
(OBO) call 626-9702

826
Sporting Goods

EXERCISE MA-
CHINE. total Gym
XL with tapes, piili-
ates, weighbar, pull
up and push up bar,
new, never been
used. Paid $1400.
Sell for $750. 981-
1451.

WELDER, WEIGHT
Machine, rarely
used. $100. 626-
0797 after 5pm..

828
Electronics
Stereo-TV-VCR

TV STAND by
Panasonic. Has built
in speakers & stor-
age. Holds 35" TV.
$50. 983-1789.


830
Miscellaneous
For Sale
,2 STAND up bird
cages- :one is
wrought iron, miscel-
laneous reptile.sup-
plies, microwave
oven. call 981-3800
or 417-1914
3 CHAINLINK
Gates, compliments
of Ivan. Also some
fencing & post &
miscellaneous alu-
minum windows.
Take all for $30. Al-
so floor model scroll
saw $1600 new,
make offer; Call af-
te 4pm. 995-0186.
BUILDING SALE
..."Rock Bottom Pri-
ces!" Last Chance!
Beat next price in-
crease. Go
direct/save. 20x26,
25x30, 30x40,
35x50, 40x60,
45x90, 50x1l00,
60x180. Others. Pio-
neer. (800)668-5422


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NURSERY
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Fruit, Shade,
Ornamental,
Azaleas,
Camellia,
Blueberry,


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Daylilly, Iris,
Roses, Palms,
New
Resistant


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to name only a
few. We plant or
we tell you how.
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Milton, FL
623-8109
Credit Cards Accepted
METAL ROOFING
SAVE $$$ Buy Di-
rect From Manufac-
turer. 20 colors in
stock with all Acces-
sories. Quick turn
around! Delivery,
Available Toll Free
(888)393-0335.




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

SERENITY GAR-
DEN. 2 Cemetery
Plots, side by side in'
Monument Section,
both for $800, 706-
820-5038, John.


830
Miscellaneous
For Sale



Centipede-
St. Augustine |
Farm Diret
We Deliver
434-0066 |
STEEL BUILD-
INGS. Factory deals
*save $$$. 40 x 60'
to 100 x 200'. Exam-
ple: 50 x 100 x 12' is
$3.60 sqft.
(800)658-2885.
www.rigidbuilding.co
m.
TOO MUCH GAS?
Anti-flatulent tablets
cure gas from eating
problem foods,
GUARANTEED, it's
1/2 price of Beano..
FREE shipping.
$6.95/100,
(877)605-1745.
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.
WANTED TO Bus,
Toddler car seat.
6223-4278.


902
Auto Supplies
AUTO PARTS- Alu-
minum tool box, like
new. For Ford Rang-
er or Ford Edge.
New $225. Will sale
for .$75. Call 850-
623-0918 after 4:30
pm.
904
Cars
1991 TOYOTA
Camry, AC, CD,
Good tires, 4 door,
runs well. $550.
Good transportation.
1992 Ford Tempo,
runs $500. 994-
8693, leave mes-
sage daytime.
1993 LINCOLN
Towncar, Signature
Series, high mile-
age, well main-
tained. $3,000. Call
434-7719.
2001-NISSAIN
MAXIMA GXE 4dr..
V6, automatic, white
oyster shell. Power
everything. Excellent
condition. 55,000
original miles. Still
under warranty. New
tires. $12,900. call
983-2296 or 206-
4323.
2003 KIA Sedona
EX loaded. $23,900
or best offer. 994-
0472.
GLASS AQUARI-
UM, L-6ft, W-1 1/2ft,
H-2ft, with glass bi-
fold lids and two 3 ft
hood lights. No
stand. $250. Beard-
ed Dragon, 2 yrs
old, sex unknown
$150. OBO. 626-
8353.
Trent Stewart
906
Boats
1720 KEY WEST-
2000. CC, 90hp
Merc, GW trolling
motor, Garmin 168i,
GPS/FF combo,
am/fm/CD, onboard
charger, $10,300.
Excellent cond. 850-
994-3727.


6-


4.3 Liter, V-6.
$2,500. 994-7286

920
Vans

98 CHRYSLER .
Town & Country LXI
Van, 101K, excellent
condition, all re-
cords, dark gray
w/gray leather, load-
ed, Michelin tires,.
privacy glass, roof
rack. $6250. 626-
4606.


2005 -,
PONTIAC
VIBE
TOTAL MSRP......
SAVINGS. .....


2005 2005 GMC
BUICK SIERRA
RENDEZVOUS III CREW CAB
TOTAL MSRP:........ $29,800 TOTAL MSRP:........ $33,425
SAVINGS:.............-$5,895 SAVINGS:.................-$8,520
SRTING$23,905* SG 24,905
FROM FROM.$20


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2003 TRACKER,
17.5' 750NX Nitro.
Fully Loaded.
$10,999. 983-4951.

908
Farm Equipment
FOR SALE- 1953
Jubilee Tractor, 6
foot disk, bush hog,
cultivator, breaking
plow. Call 850-675-
4848

912
Motor Homes
2000 30FT Hurri-
cane, no pets, non-
smoker, very clean,
new tires. gas, Ford
V-10. $33,900. 995-
0115

GIANT RV SALE
OFF- #1 SELLING
RV'S REMAINING
2004
MODELS...LOW
SELL OFF [ROVES
FLORIDA'S MOTOR
HOME- TOW ABLE
HEADQUARTERS-
GIANT RECREA-
TION WORLD.
MELBOURBE(800)7
00-1021. DAYTO-
INAi8001893-2552
ORLANIDOl800)654
-8475

914
Recreational

LARGE PRIVATE
RV lot half acre.
$375. month in-
cludes utilities. 623- .
9902 .

PRIVATE RV lot in
Milton for rent. Utilit-
ies, on. $250 per
month. 623-9902.

916
Sport Utility
Vehicles

1993 BRONCO
XLT. All power, 302,
5 speed, Great
body,: many extras.
$3,500. OBO Call
626-3839.

1996 GMC Yukon
4WD. Great condi- '
tion, with lots of
room. Great body
and leather seats
with CD player. New
heating and A/C in
the rear. $6,900.
OBO. (850)341-
1742.
1998 MITSUBISHI
Mdnterb Sport LS.
70,850 miles. Leath-
er. Moon roof, Sony
CD, Loaded. $9,995
OBO 382-1880

89 FORD Bronco II
XL, 2WD, V-6, 5 -.
sped manual, trailer
towing package in-
cluding tow bar,
manual transmission
disconnect, car cov-
er. $1,695. OBO
525-2211.
FOR SALE: 1986
Jeep grand Wagon-
er 4x4. Has new al-
ternator and radia-
tor, tires have less
than 5,000 miles.
Needs carburetor
and interior work.
$500.00 (OBO) call
626-9702

918
Trucks

91' CHEVY S-10,


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


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Reggie's Bar-B-Que
Local Yokel
Kiley's
Exprezit
Shell Food Store
Tom Thumb @ Ward Basin
Tom Thumb @ Highway 87S


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Up The Creek Store
Bubba's (Berrydale)

JAY
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Greer's Grocery Store

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Wal-Mart (Inside @ Cash
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