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Place of Publication: Milton Fla
Creation Date: April 27, 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
        A 11
        A 12
    Section B: ‘Styles
        B 1
        B 2
        B 3
        B 4
        B 5
        B 6
        B 7
        B 8
        B 9
        B 10
        B 11
        B 12
    Section C: Sports
        C 1
        C 2
        C 3
        C 4
        C 5
        C 6
        C 7
        C 8
    Section C: Classifieds
        C 9
        C 10
        C 11
        C 12
        C 13
        C 14
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Hello Pace,


Pea-Ridge,

Chumuckla
If you live in the 32571 zip
code, you're receiving this issue
of the Press Gazette free.
, On special occasions, the
paper gives residents in select
zipcodes the opportunity to see
all the publication has to offer.
SInside, you'll find a sampling of'
What the Press Gazette brings
to you twice each week.
If you'd like a subscription
to the paper, phone 623-2120
between 8a.m. and 5 p.m. and
we'll get your subscription
started right away.
The Press Gazette is Santa
Rosa County's oldest publica-
tion-in business for almost
100 years.
Watch for our website (now
Suider construction) at
www.srpressgazette.com


The National Day of
Prayer is coming.
See story, page 4B.


Wet forces set
to launch drive
The battle is about to begin.
Officials with Grow Our Local
Economy (GOLE)-the group
seeking to legalize the sale of
liquor in Santa Rosa County-
says it has reached its funding
;goal and is ready to begin the
_petion drive.
GOLE officials hope to gar-
ner about 25,000 signatures-
enough to get the issue of alco-
hol sales 'placed on an upcom-
ing ballot. The drive, GOLE
says, will begin on Saturday,
lMa 14.
"There has been an enor-
mous outpouring of support by
Santa Rosa County residents,"
says Chuck Pohlmann, chair-
man of GOLE. "Thanks to their
efforts and generosity, we are
kicking off the petition drive on
,,Ml, 1 -l-a month earlier than
originala ll projected."'
Pohlmann sa -his group
has now raised more than
$6W.000 The drive is expected
to cost between $55,000 and
$65,000. Once launched,
GOLE has 120 days to collect
its signatures.
But dry forces are not
sleeping. Those against the 'sale
'of intoxicating beverages are
already on the move-getting
their message out as well.
Seven times in the past,
'Santa Rosa voters have turned
'their noses up at the thought of
liquor sales.
/ Some are expecting this to.
be the closest race to date.
Still unknown is whether
such an election would be con-
ducted at the polls or via mail.


Medical facility building boom


By DEBORAH NELSON
Press Gazette Staff Writer


Pace area residents< will
soon have a range of neighbor-
hood health care options avail-
able-construction is wrapping
up on three new local facilities.
Two are scheduled to be up and
running by Fall and one will be
ready very soon.


Santa Rosa Medical
Center's new Woodbine
Medical Park officially opens
its doors in May. The Park is
located at 4225 Woodbine Road
in Pace.
SRMC officials say the
project is almost complete and
should be open by Friday.
"We're on schedule and on
track," says spokesman Mike


Kosor, "even post-storm."
The 12,000 square foot
park will host two primary care
physicians, an Ob/Gyn doctor
and a surgeon, full time. And
equipment will be on hand for
X-rays and mammograms.
Other health care options
will also be offered-including
a range of testing and outpatient
services.


The Woodbine facilitN's
Grand Opening is set for May
10. Events include a mini-
health fair and ribbon cutting
activities.
Officials say the Park is
designed to improve communi-
ty medical service options.,
"We're tr ing to meet the
demands of the' growing Pace
area," Kosor notes. "There's a


DEVELOPMENT:


Full speed ahead or time to


I ANAY


By DEBORAH NELSON
Press Gazette Staff Writer
Pace/Chumuckla residents
might want'to invest in some pri-
vacy fencing-a whole lot of
it-while it's still available.
Preliminary Counts Rural
Development Plan (RDP) guid-
ance portends massive future
development from the Highway
182 area south to Milton/Pace.
Officials say the plan pro-
tects farmland and natural
resources and maintains the
character of north Santa Rosa.-
But some suggest the plan
does nothing concrete to curtail
development-only forestalling
it until the coming
Pace/Chumuckla build-out
catches up.
"If you look up the definition
of urban sprawl in the dictionary,
you will see your (RDP) map,"
contends Milton resident Jerry
Couey.
And some developers who
stand to benefit most are north
end farmland owners, them-
selves.
Officials counter that if
developers are not alloued to
build high-density subdi s ions
in already-urbanareas, the\ may,
create a ider-ranging sprawl into
rural areas.
Unprecedented growth lev-
els are fast approaching
Northwest Florida- driven by
retiring baby boomers and for-
mer paper mill timberland devel-
opment:
As open land disappears,
growth rates are slowing in
Broward County-and speeding
up in middle and northern
Florida, according, to an April 15
Miami Herald report.
And the former paper mill
St. Joe Company has announced
,. ,


Residents


By DEBORAH NELSON
Press Ghazat Silffliicr ..
South Santa Rosa 'was not
the only neighborhood to suffer,


First in a two-part
series..


plans to develop much of the
central Panhandle into a massive
"Florida's Great North west,"
project. ,St. Joe owns 825,000
acres between Tallahassee and
Walton County.
Environmental groups such
as Florida Hometown
Democracy contend local offi-
cials have a responsibility to
control and/or halt growth
before Florida's ecosystem and
quality of life are irreparably
desTroNed.
Government officials and
pi',prLiti tights jdv.ocates co.nilit-
er, owners have a right to do
what the) want with private
land.
URBAN DEVELOPMENT
LINE
Some residents object to


drawing the RDP's heavy devel-
opment boundary as far north as
Hwy. 182.
"We were told the line
would be at Berryhill Road, then
Willard Norris-why has it
.migrated north?" asks Couey.
Officials say the boundary
was placed to run between land
parcels.
"Nobody paid me to set the
line there," Transportation
Planner Kacey Wagg responded.
According to Wagg, the line
"is not set in stone," and may be
changed if public comments so
dictate.
RURAL PROTECTION,
ZONE
The RDP establishes a Rural
Protection .Zone (RPZ) that
stretches from just south of,
Higlhwa. 1.2 northward past
Highway 4.
It does not reduce the actual
number of homes that can
already be built in the RPZ.
And RPZ land could still be
up-zoned-although some areas


9


would be limited to
150% density)
increases.,
But RPZ devel-
opment. would ha\e
to "be "clustered"
into tighter density
subdivisions. with
half of an.y gien
parcel left "green "
For exaniple, an
18,000 acre tract
could still be devel-
oped with 9,000
acres of homes, and
See PLAN, 5A.


Even oerore Hurricane Ivan brought a Durst o01 post-storm construction, development had
reached a frenzy in Santa Rosa. Some say they're excited by the growth, others ask if we're play-
ing with fire.


say


strong need for family practi-
tioner--and we (plan to) add
Wt o more oi er the course of the
summer."
Also in the works for
SRMC-a new 3,500 square-
foot facility on Avalon Blvd.
Construction has already
begun on that project and Kosor
says the hospital plans to have
See MEDICAL, Pg. 7A.


Gardens


open at


PJC site


By JOSHUA WILKS
Press Gazette Staff Writer
Spring is in the air at the
Pensacola Junior College
Milton campus and the gardens
there are in full bloom.
The Mihlon Gardens started
as a teaching garden by the
University of Florida.
"The garden is used for
teaching purposes, but it's also
designed to be a public garden,"
says Dr. Mack Thetford, direc-
tor of the Milton Gardens.
In the begirinnirig, the pri-
mary focus of the garden was
annual plants and perennials
that would stand the long, hot
sunmers of the Florida
Panhandle.
Thetiord s. the iii'ssion
of the Gardens is three-fold-
First, it is to serve as an out-
door lab. It teaches landscape
design, propagation and land-
scape management. Secondly, it
is a test garden for formal and
informal research. Thirdly, it
is here for industry and the pub-
lic to see what works in this
Region.
But, it's not university stu-
dents or faculrt that maintain
the gardens. Master gardeners
and a. group, Friends, of the
Garden ,, ohlunteer once a week
to help care for the gardens.
The garden boasts a chil-
dren's garden, as well
"We hae. fun things like a
pizza garden," says student Kim
Strickland. "We're redesigning
it so the kids can get their hands
dirty with us. It will' have new
life in it."
The pizza garden has plants
that are included in the ingredi-
ents of pizza.
Plants are shipped from
other research facilities
throughout the state, as well as
some from'all over the United
States.
For more information on
tours of the garden call 983-
5216 ext.ll1.


Wal-mart's stormwater still a problem


flooding after recent .heavy
rains.
But in one Pace neighbor-
hood, Mother Nature had a bit
of extra, "smiley face" help
spreading the water around.


Pace Lane residents say
the. have been the unwilling
recipients of Wal-NI-art's rain
drainage.
That includes, say neigh-
bors,, some Highway 90


drainage, as well as water from
Wal-Mart and Whatabutger's
parking lot, facility rooftop
drainage, and air conditioner
runoff.
Pace Lane's culverts fill up


quickly, residents maintain, and
overflow into the roadway and
down to Highland Woods sub-
division.
There, all that roadway
See WATER, Page 6A.


The Press
Gazette is
printed on
100% recy-
cled paper
using envi-


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Milton hopes to create skateboard park


By JOSHUA WILKS
Press Gazette Staff Writer
Skateboarders, who are
used to being chased off side-
walks and concrete expanses
throughout Milton, may soon
have a park of their own with
help from the City of Milton.
But this isn't a new idea.
City Council Member Pat
Lunsford has been pushing the
concept of a skate park in
Milton since 1996.
"We're hoping to get the
plans real soon," Lunsford'says.
"It will give them a safe place
to skate-off the streets."


* Lunsford says having a
skate park will provide a safe,
fun alternative for skaters who
enjoy the individual sport. She
has been working closely with
skateboarders to try and see
what they would like to see in
the new park.
The City of Milton's Skate
Park Committee has been work-
ing on obtaining plans for a
facility for several years.
Working with the city park
department, skateboarders and
city officials-will be evaluating
plans for the park in the next
few months.
"There's a huge need for


skate facilities in this city,"
Lunsford. says. "We need a
skate park soon, and we're try-
ing to get one."
The city has budgeted for
the project over the next two
years, Lunsford says. But the
money isn't enough, so the city
will try to work with the county
and perhaps other sponsors to
collect funds for the park's con-
struction.
Santa Rosa County
Commissioner Don Salter says
he is willing to help Milton
with funding from the county.
"We would certainly be
See PARK, Page 3A.


The controversial reuse water tower at Stonebrook Village is nearing
completion. Residents once took their complaints as far as a hearing
before a Special Master. Pace Water had originally wanted to place
a one-million gallon elevated tank at the site, but residents asked
why aground storage" facility couldn't be used. We take a complete
look at the project's progression in Saturday's Press Gazette.
Press Gazette photo by Bill Gamblin


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WEDNESDAY

April 27, 2005


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Brewer. Wesley Delee;
Male; 21; 5732 Pecan Street,
Milton, FL; Probation
Violation-Felony-or Commty
Cont. 4/13/05
Fields, John Emiel; Male;
34; 3427 Ira Lane, Jay, FL;
Probation Violation-Felony---or
Commty Cont. 4/13/05
Haynes Jr, Alfred Larry;
Male; 29; 103 Stallworth Drive,,


Brewton, AL; Battery-Touch
or Strike, Kidnap-False
Imprisonment-Adult. 4/13/05
Salaza Rafael Ereuia;
Female; 27; 8196 Beleza Street,
Navarre, FL; Drugs-
Possession-Control Substance
without Prescription. 4/13/05
Bryan. Christopher Lee;
Male; 19; 8677 Brock Avenue,
Milton, FL; Case 1-Damage


Property-Criminal Mischief-
200 dollars and under,
Burglary-of unoccupied
dwelling; unarmed; no
assault/battery; 4/14/05. Case
2-Burglary -Dwelling
Structure or. Conveyance
Armed, Arson-1st Degree
Dwelling Building People
.Present. 4/21/05
Coburn II, Robert Lewis;


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Male; 38; 6736 Tyler Drive,
Milton, FL; Cocaine
Possession. 4/14/05
Corvin, Stanley; Male; 59;
1410 Sound Forest Drive, Gulf
Breeze, FL; Out Of State
Fugitive-Fugitive from
Justice. 4/14/05
Foster, Kevin Bruce; Male;
49; 6622 Hinote Street, Milton
City, FL; Larceny-Theft is
$300 or More But Less Than
$5000. 4/14/05
Mack, JasonrRolon; Male;
27; 8805 John Hamm Road,
Milton, FL; Possession of
Weapon-Or Ammo by
Convicted FL Felon. 4/13/05
Reeves, Robert Ottis; Male;
57; 6581 Magnolia Street,
Milton, FL; Probation
Violation-Felony-or Commty
Cont. 4/14/05
Stapleton Jr., William
Samuel; Male; 39; 5200 Spring
Street, Jay, FL; Probation
Violation-Felony-or Commty
Cont. 4/14/05.
Wimert, Chad A.; Female;
19; 4074 Custer Lane, Jay, FL;
Burglary-of Structure
Conveyance Unarmed without
Person Inside. No Booking
Date
Allen, Quinton Dean,
Male; 34; 6469 Barnes Street,
Milton City, FL; Probation
Violation-Felony-or Commty
Cont. 4/14/05,
SBallard, Latrissa Marie;
Female; 30; 8805 John Hamm
Road, Milton, FL; Carrying
Concealed Weapon-Firearm.
4/13/05
Brown II, Daniel Wayne;
Male; 35; 6690 Dearborn
Street, Milton, FL; Cocaine
Possession, Marijuana
Possession-Not More Than 20
Grams, iNarcotic Equipment
Possession-And or Use.
4/14/05
Dixon, Veronica Jeannette;
Female; 34; 8002 Armstrong
Road, Milton, FL; Cocaine
Possession. 4/14/05
Hodges, Melton George
Anderson; Male; 32; 7511
Deck Street, Milton, FL;
Cocaine Possession, Narcotic
Equipment Possession-And or
Use. 4/14/05
Johnson. Maggie Stanfield;
Female; 42; Patterson Town,
Milton, FL; Vehicle Theft-
Grand 3rd Degree. 4/13/05
Blocker, Evelyn Lakisha;


Female; 22; 5883 Byrom
Street, Milton City, FL;
Battery-On Officer,
Firefighter, EMT, Etc., Damage
Property-Criminal Mischief-
Over $200 Under $1000
Subsequent Offense, Resist
Officer-With Violence, Resist
Officer-Obstruct by Disguised
Person, Cocaine Possession,
Narcotic Equipment
Possession-And or Use.
4/15/05
Carroll, Timothy Van;
Male; 42; 2950 Cobbtown
Road, Jay, FL; Aggravated
Assault-Domestic Violence-
With Deadly Weapon Without
Intent to Kill, Battery-
Domestic Violence-Touch or
Strike. 4/17/05
Gillen, Jacob Clifford;
Male; 27; 4025 Thomas Street,
Pace, FL; Failure to Register as
Sex Offender. 4/15/05
Glenn, Falecia Fay;
Female; 33; Glasscock-Bethke,
Georgetown, TX; Kidnap
Minor-Remove Child From
State Conceal. 4/17/05
Griffith, George Andrew;
Male; 43; 352 Nellie Drive,
Sandestin, FL; Burglary-Of
Structure Conveyance Unarmed
without Persons Inside. 4/15/05
Lutz, Tanner Michael;
Male; 19; 5758 Brooks Lane,
Pace, FL; Aggravated Battery-
Offender Knew/Should Have
Known Victim Pregnant,
Assault-Intent to Threat to Do
Violence. 4/17/05
McColley, Douglas Lane;
Male; 46; 4950 Glover Lane,
Milton, FL; Moving Traffic
Violation-Drive on
Permanently Revoked Driver
License. 4/15/05
McKenzie, William Oneal;
Male; 21; 2968 Whitley Lane,
Pace, FL; Probation Violation-
Felony-Or Commty Cont.
4/15/05
Burmeister, John Joseph;
Male; 29; 9648 Hummingbird
Blvd, Pensacola, FL; Probation
Violation-Felony-Or Commty
Cont. 4/16/05
Daniels. Michael
Dewayne; Male; 19; 4512 Limit
Street, Milton, FL; Cocaine
Possession, Marijuana
Possession-Not More Than 20
Grams. 4/14/05
Lay. Jamason Gordon;
Male; '20i; "5460 Lem Streei,
Milton, FL; Failure to


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Appear-Failure to Appear For":
Felony Offense, Probation-:
Violation-Felony-Or Commty
Cont. 4/16/05
Odom, Ammie Lavelle;
Female; 31; 8002 Armstrong,
Road, Milton, FL; Aggravated'
Assault-Domestic Violence-
With Deadly Weapon Without-'
Intent to Kill, Battery-Domestic-"
Violence 2 Cts.-Touch or
Strike. 4/16/05
Richardson, Brian David$-,
Male; 29; 1648 Ocean Breezd-"
Lane, Gulf Breeze, FL;'
Probation Violation-Felony-
Or Commty Cont. 4/15/05
Rushbrook. James Keith;
Male; .40; Gulf Pines KOA,-,
Milton, FL; Probation-"
Violation-Felony-Or Commty
Cont. 4/17/05
Summers Jr., James
Anthony; Male; 25; 6411
Skyline Drive, Milton, FL; Out
of State Fugitive-Fugitive
From Justice. 4/15/05
Thompson, Rodney
Tyrone; Male; 33; 4217 Mason
West Drive, Jay, FL; Battery-
Domestic Violence-Touch or
Strike, Obstructing Justice-'
Intimidate Threaten Etc Victii"'
Witness Informant. 4/16/05
Woodle, Johnny Franklin;'
Male; 51; 5886 Capitol Drive,"
Gulf Breeze, FL; Out of State
Fugitive-Fugitive From'
Justice. 4/15/05
Reyna, Manuel Cuellar;
Male; 27; 830 Split Log,';
Kansas City, KS; DUI 1st
Offense. 4/16/05
Alexander, Shelley
Virginia; Female; 48; 1707-
New Hope Road, Gulf Breeze,"
FL; DUI 1st Offense. 4/16/05
Bingle, Debra Lynn,
Female; 51; 2531 Weeping
Willow Lane, Navarre, FL; DUI
1st Offense. 4/15/05
Jones, Gerry; Male; 48;
8140 Fourth Street, Navarre,
FL; DUI 1st Offense. 4/16/05 '-
Little, Jay Elton; Male; 27;
6288 Kidron Place,'
Birmingham, AL; DUI 1st
Offense. 4/16/05
Masters. Gladys Rene;
Female; 47; 1405 Big'
Coldwater Creek Road, Milton,
FL; DUI 1st Offense. 4/15/05
Mattson, Scott Eino; Male;',
45; 3385 Lodging Circle, Pace,'
FL; DUI 1st Offense. 4/15/05


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Foundation lists 11 Arts Grant Program recipients


Page 3-A


By JOSHUA WILKS
Press Gazette Staff Writer
' The Santa Rosa Arts and
Culture Foundation this week
announced 11 recipients of its
Community Arts Grant
Program that will be providing
$20,000 of funding to regional
and local arts and culture-based
organizations.

Transportation
group seeks
public's input
The Florida/Alabama
Transportation Planning
Organization (TPO) wants citi-
zen input for its 2025
Transportation Plan update.
., TPO officials will be at the
Pensacola Junior
College-Milton Campus on
May 2 at 6 p.m. to take com-
ments.
"What roadway, bicycle/
pedestrian, and public trans-
portation projects are needed in
the year 2025" is the question
that will be posed to partici-
pants.
Officials also meet with the
public at the Gulf Breeze City
Hall, on May 4, at 6 p.m. That
facility is located at 1070
Shoreline Drive in Gulf Breeze.
Participants will be asked to
review and comment on three
alternatives for needed projects
in the year 2025.
Officials also plan to dis-
cuss possible transportation
projects into year 2025.
Organizers say the public
will be asked to answer these
questions:
Where and when does
traffic really drive you crazy?
Comment on the exist-
ing Bicycle/Pedestrian Plan.
An update to this plan is cur-
rently in progress.
Where should mass
transit and park and ride lots be
located in the future? A
Transit Development Plan
major update is currently is
progress.


With proposals up to
$5,000, the organizations that
met qualifications will receive
at least some funding, says
SRACF Grants Coordinator
Mack Thetford.
"We are encouraged by the
level of collaboration evident in
the grant applications,"
Thetford says. "We're excited
to provide local funding sup-
port to both regional and local
arts and culture-based organiza-
tions serving Santa Rosa
County."
Five panelists were selected
from among artists and artisans
within Santa Rosa County. The
chairman for the panel was


Karen Harp, interim director for
the arts council of Northwest
Florida.
Panelists included Bill
Cooey, Nathan Woolsey, Jim
Berry, Anthea Amos and Lisa
Hilliard.
The grant panelists were
particularly interested in part-
nerships between organizations
and interactions with Santa
Rosa County schools, Thetford
says.
All grants must be matched
on a one-to-one (100 percent)
basis with cash. Small organi-
zations may be able to utilize
such partnerships and other in-
kind contributions to meet


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willing to help create the park,"
Salter says. "The kids need a
place to go, and it would keep
them from defacing (county
and city property)." (See related
story, this issue on skaters in the
new Veterans' Memorial Plaza.)
County Commissioner Bob
Cole says he would like com-
munity input from skaters for
the construction.
"I'd like to see more than
just a turn-key job," Cole says.
"I want to hear what (the
skaters) want."
Cole says he thinks the park
would -be more successful if it
were designed to fit skaters'
wants, such as concrete park
benches, railings, culverts, etc.
that the county could provide at
little cost.
"I think they would enjoy it
more than something engi-
neered," Cole says. "Let them
tell us what they want, and I'll
be willing to build it."
If ,the money comes
through, workers would break
ground for the facility within a
year, and the park would be fin-
ished about 10 months later,
Lunsford says.
The park would be located
north of Sanders Street Park in
Milton, since the city has infra-
structure such as drainage and


sewage to accommodate the
facility.
Jeremy Cook, who directs a
skateboarding ministry in Gulf
Breeze, grew up in Milton and
says the park is long overdue.
"It's something to do that
doesn't require a teammate,"
Cook says. "It's an individual
thing, and a lot of kids find that
more enjoyable than other
sports like football and base-
ball."
Lunsford says Pensacola
and Niceville have skate parks,
but it's too far for teenage
skateboarders to travel just to
enjoy their sport.
"We're in the beginning
stages," Lunsford says. "But it
will be one, or maybe two years
before we see some evidence of
a skate park."
Even though Cook doesn't
live in Milton anymore, he says
the youth who do skate are
more than excited that they will
have a place to go now without
being harassed.
"Skating is really a harm-
less thing," Cook says.
"Overall, the kids are just hav-
ing fun. It's great the city is
finally noticing that."
Story written by Joshua
Wilks. Reach hiin at:
Wilks@sr-pg.com


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requirements.
The Community Arts Grant
Program will distribute
$20,000 in funding within three
categories, including regional
programming, Santa Rosa
County organization grants, and
other grants up to $500,
Proposals were available in
the amounts of $500 dollars or
less, as well as bids up to
$5,000.
The recipients include the
Pensacola Opera ($1,000),
Kaleidoscope' and Ballet
Pensacola ($1,000), Pensacola
Symphony Orchestra ($1,000),
Pensacola Little Theatre
($1,000), Gulf Coast Chorale


($1,000), Santa Rosa Pipes and
Drums ($500), Main Street
Milton ($500), Gulf Coast Kiln
Walk Society ($4,196), West
Florida Railroad Museum
($1,347), Milton Mural Society
($4,272), and' the Bagdad
Village Preservation
Association ($4,185).
SRACF will also collabo-
rate with the Arts Council of
Northwest Florida to coordinate
a discipline-based Arts
Education program for Santa
Rosa County teachers, which is
supported by Arts License Tag
Money.
The SRACF wants to pro-
vide opportunities for local arts
and culture-based organizations


to develop the partnerships
essential to compete for both
local and regional arts and cul-
ture funding, organizers say.
"We look forward to con-
tinued support of these organi-
zations," Thetford says. "We
also want to encourage new and
emerging organizations to
apply in the future."
As the Arts Agency for
Santa Rosa County, the Santa
Rosa Arts and Culture
Foundation will administer the
Community Arts Grant
Program each year.
For more information on
the SRACF; visit its website at
www.santarosaarts.org.


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Revamping...
The most recent concerns over the reliability,
performance and dependability of the East Milton
Fire Department clearly magnify the urgency of
our elected county commissioners to seriously
address a growing problem by providing adequate
fire protection throughout the county.
During a recent public hearing involving mem-
bers of the East Milton Fire Department,
Commissioner Bob Cole and County
Administrator Hunter Walter noted the issue of
response time, or lack thereof, was the focal point
of discussion.
It seems serious concerns are being expressed
by City of Milton officials who charge emergency
non-responses from East Milton's department are
overtaxing Milton's fire service resources. Milton
Fire Chief John Reble testified that most non-
responses are occurring during the day when vol-
unteers are at regular jobs and can't get away.
We're informed that East Milton officials can't
force volunteers to respond every time and that
about 80 percent of dispatched calls are medical,
rather than fire-related.
One of the many problems with our volunteer
fire departments is the county's policy which calls
for fire departments to respond not only to fire
calls, but also to medical emergencies.
The so-called "two-tier" system seems unnec-
essary based on the fact our local tax dollars
already go to contracting with Rural Metro
Ambulance Service for medical emergencies.
Short of calls that are directly related to the
need for fire department assistance, it appears
redundant.
East Milton fire officials contend one of their
biggest problems is getting people to volunteer.
They attribute the situation to the time and training
demands necessary to be a modem volunteer fire-
fighter. And, they say, the rising cost of gasoline,
which is the responsibility of volunteers, is anoth-
er factor.
Some suggest an upgrade to Rural Metro to
relieve some of that burden while others are sug-
gesting the county consider rethinking the entire
volunteer fire program.
One area that is being considered, which we
believe is somewhat premature-based on all the
problems this service is experiencing-involves a
change to an MSBU tax structure which all prop-
erty owners in the county pay. Fire departments
say MSBUs currently undercharge larger
landowners and homeowners and bigger business-
es; in comparison to the services they are likely to
receive.
As we've repeatedly pointed out in the past,
our elected officials must seriously address the
problems our county has regarding volunteer fire
departments. We're specifically speaking about the
accountability of tax dollars each department
receives, the equipment they purchase and making
sure each department-budgets its proper share of
local tax dollars.
Also, commissioners mush address fund distri-
bution which will require revamping disburse-
ment. The time may be drawing near for the estab-
lishment of a full-time coordinator to oversee the
functions and needs of all volunteer fire depart-
ments throughout the county.
Until these issues are addressed, the problems
our volunteer fire departments experience will
only continue to worsen.
And that's something none of us really want to
happen.


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Do lawmakers

FM: PATRICIA' SWANSON
Dear Editor:
Do our legislators display their concern for those
of us' who pay their salaries?
Let's look at just a few things that might answer
this question.
Most seniors did not receive a raise in their social
security checks as rising Medicare costs cut into that.
Medicare needs work-not Social Security. The
minimum raise for our working class was voted down.
Our legislators allowed credit card companies ito
write a bankruptcy bill, thus ending the last resort
for-again-the working class.
Just recently, they voted down a bill allowing only
a few billion dollars to upgrade veterans' benefits.
This was suggested to be taken from an $86 bil-
lion dollars slated to go to Iraq.
Is this fair to our men and women who have given
so much to our country?
Only on Republican joined Democrats in voting
for our military. I could go on, but will close with
mentioning how our rights are being eroded by the
Patriot Act.
We are becoming a fearful people in our own
country.


He's not buying the story

FM: RON KURTZ
Dear Editor:
Why, you ask, can't someone catch those terrorist
bombers'? ... ... .. .
Easy, I say, they don't want to stop the terrorists.
If they stopped them, they wouldn't have an excuse to
oppress us by removing what liberties we have left.
Who are "they," you ask?
I answer with: The government which sits in
Washington DC in this year of 2005, along with some
other years. How could the government find them,
you ask? Haven't they been looking for them for
years now? I would answer that: The government has
not been "looking" for them, they have beeri "track-
ing" them.
It is really easy for them to do that. All that is
needed is some expensive spy satellites equipped with
always-running video recorders.
The whole world has these spy satellites and they
are everywhere. After the truck or person explodes,
they only need to reverse the recorder to track the
bomb back to its origin. It's not rocket science.
These spy satellites can read the license number
on a car. As for that guy who is said to be the ring
leader, he is as easy to find as your kid in college.
He will be with the money, and surrounded by a
bunch of murdering groupies. That much money
along with the donkeys are impossible to hide. So
again, I say, "tracking" not "looking".
Any more questions?

Doing something about spam

FM: JIM PRENDERGAST
Dear Editor:
Spam is not only an annoyance to computer users
but can cost businesses and consumers precious time
and money. Thankfully, Florida Attorney General
Crist took an important step recently by filing the first
lawsuits against two spammers under Florida's new
Electronic Mail Communications Act.
These lawsuits send a message t6 all spammers
that law enforcement officials from all levels of gov-
ernment are taking this issue seriously and are work-


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ing to provide some relief to Florida businesses and
consumers.
While legislation and law enforcement are critical
in the war against spam, consumers can play a key
role in the battle against spam following a few basic
steps. Use an email spam filter, be careful about who
you provide your email address to and where it is
posted, do not click on a link in any spam email, and
pick a unique email address to make it harder for
spammers to guess. Of course, consumers should
always keep their virus software and firewalls
installed and up to date and should be cautious about
emails from senders they don't recognize.
Fortunately, the technology industry continues to pro-
vide new and improved tools, like spam filters, to help
computer users.
Consumers and businesses, with the help of good
anti-spam laws from all levels of government, can
ultimately do a lot to take back control of their inbox-
es.

Government isn't telling something

FM: W.O. JONES
Dear Editor:
On April 19, it will be ten years since the bomb-
ing of the Murrah Building in Oklahoma City.
I contend that the government has not told citi-
zens what they know about that situation. My reasons
follow.
On June 11, 2001, the day McVeigh was execut-
ed, president Bush was quQtedLas~saying, ...under
the laws of our country, this matter is concluded."
On June 15, 2001, I wrote to the Department of
Justice and requested the interview forms, called 302
forms on the following that were, in some way, con-
nected to the bombing.
The 15 to 17 ATF agents who worked in the
Murrah Building, but reportedly were not at work that
morning, the manager of the Dreamland Motel where
McVeigh stayed, the delivery person who delivered
food to McVeigh's motel room, the delivery truck
driver who said he pulled up behind the Ryder truck
in front of the Murrah Building, the judge whose
office was directly across the street from the Murrah
building, the person who was in charge of the search
team which was around the Murrah Building early in
the morning of April 19, 1995, the explosive expert
from Chattanooga who placed a bid on taking the bal-
ance of the Murrah Building down, on Retired Air
Force General Benton Partin who is an explosive
expert and had many questions about the damage to
the Murrah Building, and I planned on requesting
more 302 forms at a later time.
Since I received no reply to the June 15, 2001 let-
ter, I followed on September 1, 2001, on Sept. 12, on
Oct. 5, on July 4, 2002 and an appeal on Oct. 22,
2002.
On these follow-up letters, I copied President
Bush, Attorney General Ashcroft, FBI Director
Mueller, seven U.S. Senators and four U.S. House
members.
Te result of all of these letters cam on Sept. 10,
2002 from the FBI and rejected all of my requests.
If... under the laws of our country, this matter is
concluded (Bush) why no replay?
What are they hiding?
Perhaps you will contact your Senators and U.S.
House member and ask them why the Congress held
no hearing on the matter.
Note: Copies of all of my letters are on file with
this publication.
Will the truth set them free?


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Saturday, 5:56 p.m.
For years, Charles Somerby;:
has been the sole voice of reason,,:
advocating the use of Old Bagdaqd
Highway. Please don't destroy his
article.

Saturday, 4:49 p.m.
I would just like to say that-
Ogden Nash is the writer of the,
Purple Cow. Goodbye.

Saturday, 3:18 p.m.
I'd like to praise you for hav-, i
ing the new sports editor onx.
board. It seems like he is doing an
outstanding job. The pictures he.
runs are of an outstanding quality.;,
He is doing a great job for you
and for our community. Thank:
you very much.

Saturday, 12: l p.m.
This is Betty. I am a sub-'
scriber. I received my Saturday:!
paper today and did not have a',
Styles section. I just thought I,
would call this to your attention.
Editor's Note: Thanks for'
your call. The machine that puts
the sections of the paper together:
does, in fact, sometimes miss a.
section. If you will call us when,
this happens (623-2120) we will
see to it that you receive a com-'
plete paper. We are sorry for the.
inconvenience.

Saturday, 11:54 a.m.
This is James. About my call-:
in on Wednesday.. .1I did not say.:
there was no mention of wine in':
the Bible, I said there was no.:
mention of wine at the, Last'
Supper. It made me look a little'
silly, please straighten that out.,
Thank you so much.


Thursday, 10:43 a.m.
This is Margaret. I am in total-
agreement with the caller on April,
20. I, too, think it is a waste to put:
sand back on the beach when ift
has been washed away. A barrier;
island is not to be built on. I agreed
completely with your editorial,:
Giving all this to the rich people,
on the beach is ridiculous. We;
could give our children better}
schools, take care of our elderly,
better and do so much more thai,
just giving a bunch of sand to rich
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school.
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pany. She performed several
TELSON roles and a featured solo in last
fWriter year's Nutcracker performance.
School stu- "They have really nurtured
s stocking up her talent along," says Suzanne
ie youngster Paige. "We're just so grateful
n University for all the support they've given
that school's us over the years."
gram. Last summer, Noelle
dy with other received a full scholarship to
nd the coun- the Rock ballet school in
an Reparatory Philadelphia. Organizers say it
ton's ballet was the first in the school's his-
tory to also include full room ..
w the young- and board.
Reaction to Noelle has danced the fairy
t amazing to part in The Pied Piper as well
ity." as the Peter Rabbit role in local
udents spend productions of The Tales of
king at the Beatrix Potter. She has also
elle looking trained with the Mobile Ballet's
ng her vaca- summer program.
She dances in The Princess
y single day and the Pea, May 14 at the
s," she says. Saenger Theater. .
ld received a The youngster works long
ard scholar- practice hours into a full
on. schoolwork and student activi-
nsives are a ties schedule. She practices an
to encourage hour and a half each day, five
elle's mom, days a week, to stay perform- .
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Most are at four-year scholarship from .
-the family Florida's Take Stock in Children -
chaperoning program. She says she hopes to ':
ensure the combine dancing with college.
tend the pro- Suzanne Paige says the 13-
year old was offered another
ntly studying Rock scholarship this year, but Pace 13-year-old Noelle Paige will take part in the American
Pensacola's opted to try something different Reparatory Ballet at Princeton's ballet school this summer.
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Trees and other natural
resources may be removed from
"green" spaces.
ZONING DENSITY
TRANSFER
The plan's centerpiece is a
Transfer of Development
Rights program.
Landowners could sell den-
sity credits from RPZ property
they don't plan to develop to
builders outside protected
areas-theoretically concen-
trating heavy development near
urban areas like Pace.
Those transfers would
allow developers in
Pace/Chumuckla to quadruple,
allowable housing density in
selected areas.
NO DIRECT PROTECTION
The plan stops short of
directly curtailing protected
area development.
That includes International
Paper's current right to strip and
develop its 24,000 acres of
environmentally sensitive
forestland wildlife habitat.
"We're not trying to stop
growth, because you can't,"
District 3 Commissioner Don
Salter notes. "Landowners have
the right to develop their land."
Except, possibly, for some
living along Highway 98's cor-
ridor.
A pending Florida Senate
bill, expected to pass, allows
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Although no similar meas-
ures to protect IP holdings sur-
faced in the final RDP, the plan
incorporates other land use
changes to guide North Santa
Rosa development:
PROPOSED CHANGES:
Commercial and residen-
tial development at "crossroads
communities" like Allentown
would be regulated to preserve
"rural character."
Inherited farmland would
have to be held for three years
before it could be resold.
Developments placed near
State forest areas must meet
various fire codes.
Protected zone 'develop-
ments must have planting
buffers between waterways and
farmland.
And the county will:
"Work with landowners"
to transfer prime properties to
land conservation trusts.
Set up a fund to buy devel-
opment rights to some proper-
ties, possibly funded by devel-
oper fees.
Design protection meas-
ures for eco-tourism identified
areas.
Allow more farm-compat-
ible commercial activities to
give farmers more incentives to
keep farmland.
Work to link park areas
and design a Master Plan to
coordinate park development.
THE PUBLIC'S WILL
Officials say the plan is
based on public input.
"This is basically what you
said you wanted the north end
of the county to look like,"
Salter told assembled residents
last week.
About 70 people attended
the first RDP meeting in
Chumuckla, last June 17.
Around 15 showed up for sub-
sequent meetings in Jay (July 6)
and Fidelis (July 13).
Although it had been on the
slate for some time, last year
officials activated the RDP
study-partially in response to
concerns about future IP devel-
opment.
At the time, Salter
announced a "moratorium" on
large-scale rezonings until plan
results were in.
But Commissioners
approved a 900-home subdivi-
sion along Berryhill Road
shortly thereafter.
That rezoning was awarded
to partners farmer-developer
Paul Griswold, former Florida
House speaker Bo Johnson and
local businessman Jim Young.
The project reportedly
plans a 2,700 acre Phase II in
the future.
Clarifying the conditions of
the moratorium, Salter says he
was waiting for developers to
"come to the table" with land
donations before interrupting it.
The Berryhill Road rezon-
ing included land for schools-
although schools officials say
it's unsuitable for building and
will have to be traded' for land
elsewhere..
Indications are, that will be
somewhere along the Pace/
Chumuckla corridor.
WHO WILL PAY?
Speaking of schools, some-
body's going to have to pay for
all the roads, schools and other
infrastructure upcoming subdi-
visions will need.
Who will pay?
Impact Fees charge devel-
opers for the costs of develop-
ment.
Commissioners have
recently stepped up support for
the fees-but a pending Senate
bill would severely limit the
county's ability to implement
them.
Commissioners are upset
with the bill and have drafted a
"protest" to the Legislature.
Officials say property taxes
may have to go up next year,
depending on how extensive
Ivan's impact to the tax base
proves to be.
Other suggested funding
sources include "user-based
fees and other user-type rev-
enue," to pay for future growth.
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Historic Bagdad Mill gets support okay from County


By JOSHUA WILKS
Press Gazette Staff Writer
It's been more than 65 years
since the bustling Bagdad lum-
ber mill stopped its saws and
scattered with the wind, but
these days, there's a new spirit
of enthusiasm buzzing along
the banks of the Blackwater.
The Santa Rosa County


Board of Commissioners, in
January, approved support for
the Blackwater River
Foundation as a citizens' sup-
port organization for the old
Bagdad Mill Site, by subleasing'
the property of the old mill-in
partnership with the Florida
Department of Environmental
Protection Office of Greenways
and Trails.


Located within the mile-
long stretch between Bagdad
and Milton, the 22-acre site has
structural remnants of the old
Bagdad lumber mill that operat-
ed on the property for more
than 100 years, closing in 1939.
Since then, it has been used by
various other companies, most
recently Anderson-Columbia,


Inc.
Since January, the
Blackwater River Foundation
has been working with the
county and state, developing a
management plan for the prop-
erty.
"One of our first plans is to
extend the trail and restore the
large building that is out there,"


says the organization's presi-
dent, Charles D'Asaro.
When the plan is complete,
board member Susan Creel says
it will be the ideal place for pic-
nics and sunrises.
"I'd like to see it as a multi-
use park," Creel says. "I see it
as a place where people can go
sit and relax."


Water


Continued From Page One.
stormwater often overwhelms
and floods Highlands' own
holding pond, which was not
designed for commercial pur-
poses.
According to officials, the
retail giant's holding pond does
not perk correctly. As a result,
say residents, Wal-Mart has
placed a pump in its pond, and
is diverting overflow to the Pace
Lane neighborhood.
County officials say they're
working with Wal-Mart to solve
the problem, which began over
three years ago.
According to engineer
Steven Furman, Wal-Mart engi-
neering contractor John Taylor,
SCS, says bids have been
solicited for pond repair, and
Wal-Mart is currently review-


4590 Jernigan Rd.
(Across from Buraer Kina In Pace)


ing submissions.
Wal-Mart did not have an
immediate comment.
In the meantime, neighbors
allege Wal-Mart is still draining
water onto Pace Lane.
"We have absolutely zero
relief," says area resident Roy
Harris. "As a matter of fact, it's
gotten worse."
The extra water filled the
residential holding pond after
recent heavy rains, and* from
there overflowed onto drive-
ways, he says.
"It's never done it before,"
says Harris. "and we've had
that much or more rain before."
He says he made sure his
home was graded several feet
above the street when it was
built 23 years ago. After the last
big rain, however, the water


made its way into Harris'
garage.
"This is the first time water
has come over the driveway," he
notes.
"You have folks over here
paying taxes and they're not
doing anything wrong," he
adds, "and they're having to
live with this."
"If you stomp on people
long enough, somebody's going
to stand up and say, it's time for
it to stop," he says.
That's just what happened
when Navarre resident Ken
Clark visited the County
Commission several weeks ago.
"I don't really see any posi-
tive action being done," Clark
says.
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Located between the two
nationally-recognized historic
districts of Bagdad and Milton,
connecting the two communi-


ties with public property, they
say, will serve the community '
and the Foundation's need for
nature-based recreation and
education. It is also planned for ''
the Rails to Trails system to be "
connected to the park, connect-
ing area historic sites such as '
the L&N Depot.
The Florida Department of -
State, Division of Historical -
Resources has played a key role
in the Foundation's beginnings
by providing grant money for
the restoration of the historic ,
Jones house on Henry Street, in
Milton. The house will serve as
an office for the Foundation and
other organizations such as The
Nature Conservancy, as well as
a library that will house
resources available to the public
on historic preservation and
environmental education.
Volunteer groups from ,
NAS Whiting Field will be
assisting in the restoration
attempts, as well as Locklin ,
Technical Center carpentry stu-
dents.
The Foundation has
received funding from the
state's Bureau of Historic
Preservation, The Home Depot,
as well as various grants. The
architect is under contract and
the house should be restored
within two years.
"Right now, we're (devel-
oping) our plan of attack,"
D'Asaro says. "But the biggest.
problem, as always, is the dol-
lars."
D'Asaro, a retired marine
biology professor at the
University of West Florida, says
there is an extensive plan for the.
future of the park. Among the
three focus areas, education,
preservation and conservation.
"Right now, we're apply-
ing for a grant that can help us
accomplish these things,"
D'Asaro says.


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Officials set to ticket youngsters at Vets' park


By DEBORAH NELSON
Press Gazette Staff Writer
Area skateboarders have
discovered Santa Rosa's
Veterans' Memorial Plaza-and
it's not a desire to quietly con-
template the past that'sdrawing
them to the almost $1 million
granite and marble site.
It seems the Plaza's angled
panels and mirrored surfaces
are ideal spots to grind, slide
and practice other complicated
skate maneuvers.
Veterans' Park coordinator


Ralph Nesenson says he's had
to chase the youngsters away
more than once.
"I've caught them with
skateboards on the sidewalk up
by Willing Street," he recalls. "I
told them there's no skate-
boarding allowed on city prop-
erty. We've had problems since
July of last year."
And the skaters have
already caused damage, says
Nesenson.
"They're damaging the
bricks inside the memorial and


Medical


Continued From Page One.
two physicians there by the end
of summer.
Avalon's care will focus on
family practice, say officials.
The facility was necessary, they
note, because residents in the
area currently don't have those
local resources.
"With the influx of new
people, we just wanted to have
physicians available to them,"
says SRMC spokesperson Anita
Hoodless.
Residents who use Sacred
Heart may get to save a trip to
Pensacola, when Sacred Heart
Health System's new $11 mil-
lion facility on Highway 90
opens its doors.
Spokesman Mike Burke
says the project is coming along
on schedule.
"Right now, we're project-
ing a completion date in early
September," he notes.
The facility will be open for
patient care shortly thereafter,
say officials.
"Sometime in September is
what we're shooting for,"
according to Burke.
The complex will offer a
host of patient services, includ-
ing diagnostic services, outpa-
tient surgery, rehabilitation
services anid physician offices.
Original plans called for a
smaller building, but those
plans were revised to the larger
current version-it will consist
of three stories totaling 60,000


square feet.
The complex is located on a
section of 13 acres owned by
the Pensacola-based hospital-
on the north side of U.S. 90 in
Pace between Woodbine Road
and Chumuckla Highway.
According to Sacred Heart
officials, services at the facility
will include:
Outpatient surgery
Laboratory and imaging
services, including diagnostic
technologies like MRI, CT,
ultrasound and EKG
Office spacq on the second
and third floors for physician
practices
Sacred Heart
Rehabilitation Center, Sacred
Heart Medical Group and
Sacred Heart Home Care-
three services which will relo-
cate to the new building from
their current 'locations in Pace.
Sacred Heart has three family
practice physicians and an
OB/GYN located at 4435
Highway 90 and the hospital's
rehab services are currently at
4033 Highway 90.
The complex is designed to
make it easier for Santa Rosa
County residents to receive out-
patient services from Sacred
Heart, in one centralized loca-
tion, officials note.
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the walkway," he notes.
One of the interior benches
was also scratched, but has
been repaired.
"They put wax on the curve
of the bench and jump up on it
with the skateboard," Nesenson
surmises.
"That's the only bench
they've picked on, but it's been
continuous." I
Officials say it's time the
skaters found another venue.
"I realize kids don't have a
place to skate in Milton,"
Nesenson says, "but that's not


the right place-it shouldn't
take much common sense to
figure that out."
Milton has placed signs
around the Memorial, and
police have issued tickets.
Officials say future violators
may not get off so lightly. City
officials have addressed the
problem with the Sheriff's
Department and Milton Police.
"No more warnings," says
Nesenson. "If they're caught,
they're going to be ticketed and
they're going to court."
"Personally I'm hoping to


catch one riding the skateboard
on the walkways or in the
Memorial," he muses. "As far
as I'm concerned, he did the
damage and we will charge him
for restitution to pay. for the
damage."
Skaters take note-catch-
ing you will be a lot easier in
the near future: Nesenson
moves to a new office located
just across the street from the
Memorial, next week.
Story written by Deborah
Nelson. Reach her at:
Nelson @ sr-pg.comrn


Writer sets novel in Santa Rosa


By DEBORAH NELSON
Press Gazette Staff Writer
Homestead, local writer
Betsy Bishop Thomas' first
novel-set in the North Santa
Rosa's ever-more-distant agri-
cultural past-offers a glimpse
into post-Civil War Santa
Rosa's early rural heritage.
Thomas currently resides in
Ft. Walton, but was raised in
Northwest Florida, "four miles
south of the Alabama State
Line," and, in fact, once worked
at the Press Gazette.
Born in 1849, her grandfa-
ther, Frank Bishop, homestead-
ed Northern Santa Rosa during
the latter 19th century.
The author recalls her
grandfather's tales of life dur-
ing that period-stories she
later drew from for her first
book.
"I suppose being a child
and living out in the country, I
absorbed what he had told me,"
she muses. "I just decided to
make it into a novel."
The author recently paid a
return visit to the book's histor-
ical setting.
Thomas visited Milton to
talk about her book, area histo-
ry, the writing process and
homesteading in general.
A Florida State University
Journalism major, the author
ultimately went into social
work. But, she says, the writing


bug stayed with her through a
full schedule of work, family,
church and civic duties.
"I always have wanted to
write," she reflects. "I didn't get
the chance to, until later."
/The book itself, Thomas
says, took about five months to
sit down and put to paper.
Reminiscent of Little House on
the Prairie, the fictional tale
incorporates authentic histori-
cal detail.
"I wanted to capture all that
I could for my children and my
grandchildren," she says.
"Because things are getting
lost-that's one of the reasons I
wanted to write it."
The hardest part?


"Getting a publisher," she
says, "is always the challenge."
But publish, nevertheless,
she did-with Father & Son,
and the book is now available
through Amazon.com, Baker &
Taylor, and is listed with the
Ingram Book Group.
Bishop's second novel Hide
and Sex, currently in produc-
tion, deals with "social work
and the secrecy necessary for
sexual predators to operate,"
and the danger of sexual preda-
tors.
And the author is working
on a third book-A South Wind
Blowing-set in the Civil War.
She says she's not ruling out a
sequel to Homestead.


Milton High drug death

only a rumor, officials say


By DEBORAH NELSON
Press Gazette Staff Writer
The rumors are not true-
no Milton High students were
injured in a drug-related inci-
dent at the school last week.
Officials at the Sheriff's
Department say preliminary
indications are that a student
brought a prescription drug in
and gave it to three other stu-
-dents
Police could not confirm if
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the drug was Lortab, a prescrip-
tion painkiller brand name for
Hydrocodone.
The three students were
transported to an area hospital
as a precautionary measure, say
police, and were later released.
"They took them there just
to be on the safe side," notes
Sheriff's spokesman Jerry
Henderson. "No one's life was
in danger."
The School Resource
Officer is investigating.


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A severe hailstorm passed
through NAS Whiting Field on
March 26. Numerous roofs,
cars, helicopters and aircraft
were damaged. The repairs
have been moving swiftly, with
temporary patches on the roofs
and permanent repairs to the
aircraft.
The number of aircraft
ready for flight has increased
each day. The pace of flying is
back to near normal, officials
say, and the flying week has
been expanded to weekends to
make-up for the time lost and
ensure pilot production is main-
tained on schedule.
Operations have been
extended the past two Sundays
at NAS Whiting Field.
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"The community will see
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than usual on Sundays for the
next few months. The helicop-
ter outlying fields will be open
for training from noon until
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Field Operations Officer CDR
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as the Global War on Terrorism
continues. To ensure we meet
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Coyl.
Training Air Wing FIVE
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for 60 percent of the pilots in
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advanced training form those
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Wing FIVE also trains pilots
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allied nations. At any given
time, there are 950 students sta-
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BUSINESS REVIEW


Ropella & Associates:



Specialists in executive recruitment for the chemical industry now offers


even more


By OBIE CRAIN
Special Projects Writer
Recently relocated to the office
complex at 6478 Highway 90 in down-
town Milton, Ropella & Associates, one
of the nation's, or perhaps the world's,
most respected and highly profiled
executive recruiting firms for the chem-
ical indLstry, has announced plans to
expand its offerings to include recruit-
ing and consulting services for allied
industries as well.
Ropella & Associates brings to
downtown Milton a prestigious, class
act business that enjoys its reputation as
a global company recognized by the
world's largest corporations as a gold
standard for executive recruiting.
Originally established in Chicago,
to generally serve chemical clients hir-
ing sales reps., Ropella & Associates
quickly developed into a nationally rec-
ognized recruiting firm filling positions
at all levels of sales, marketing and
research and then into a global provider"
continuing to provide executive recruit-
ment for many of the most well known
and influential chemical industry corpo-
rations in the world like Dow, BASF,
General Electric, Dupont and more.
The company was fashioned and
has flourished for over 15 years from
the personal interest, involved commit-
ment, and hands-on engagement of its
owner in the process of and focus upon
service to the recruiting needs of the
-chemical industry.
,' Now, according to Patrick B.
Ropella, President and Chief Executive
Officer of the company, the firm's
administrative offices have been moved
from Edinburgh Castle Drive in Santa
Rosa County proper to Suite D at the
new Milton address to centralize its
activities and enhance its expansion
plans & its local focus on creating jobs
- (h our community,
Although the firm is not new to the
irea, its relocation to a more highly pro-
filed address among other businesses
here, will no doubt impact its public
presence locally.
And Patrick says the firm is mak-
ing further plans to expand into larger
quarters at the same office complex as
well and to enlarge its six-member, full-
time staff to more than twice its current
size. He will also be significantly
increasing, at least doubling, its
research and development support per-
sonnel within the foreseeable future.
With such breadth and scope, you
might wonder: Why select Milton for its
headquarters? It was a personal deci-
sion, Patrick explained, and went on to
tell how he and his family came to
Santa Rosa County.
They "discovered" Milton and
Santa Rosa County some years ago
when they came to visit his nephew
who was involved in a Navy training


program at NAS Whiting Field.
Although it was winter at the time, the
mild climate, versatile environment,
and general engaging life-style of the
people they encountered were sufficient
to influence their return for another look.
It was a wrap! And within a year
he, his wife Robbie, and two sons,
Ricky and Robert were on their way to
Santa Rosa County where they would
establish a 20-acre estate and horse
ranch that has been a widely publicized
property featured in many publications.
As a national and even global
enterprise, location itself was not a key
feature in sustaining the culture and
success of the business. Technology had
already significantly solved any "loca-
tion" kink that might have surfaced.
Patrick says that with a lap-top, a cell
phone, and a FAX (coupled with his
expertise, of course), he would proba-
bly be able to function adequately any-
'where including working from the
Caribbean while on vacation.
Consequently the firm's executive
recruitment services for the chemical
industry continued to thrive, and addi-
tional facilities were built in 2001 on
the property west of Pine Blossom
Road to house added activity generated
by the company's growth.
But the "9-11" tragedy of 2002
brought a temporary restraint to the
company's growth. Travel was severely
hampered for months, and the following
unsettled economic cycle practically
shut down the need for those executive
recruiting services being offered by
Ropella & Associates. ,
Now that the nation has recovered,
demand for competent and experienced
recruiting services has escalated, and
the past two years have furnished a
solid platform for growth- that Ropella
& Associates has successfully begun to
build upon. The company is continuing
to meet the heavy demand with its
recruiters filling positions in key execu-
tive level management, sales, market-
ing, research and development and now
even manufacturing & engineering.
"At Ropella & Associates, the
chemical industry is our focus every
day," Patrick said. "We track business
and employment trends and monitor
current developments within commodi-
ty, specialty, organic and inorganic
chemical manufacturers and distribu-
tors ,throughout the United States,
Canada, Europe, and Asia."
Behind the success of any business
venture,' of course, lurks a dominant
personality that guides policy and
instills values, and at Ropella &
Associates it's the same as anywhere
else. As his personal friends, business
associates, or professional peers will
agree, Patrick B. Ropella is an engag-
ing, energetic, positive' minded, and
aggressive individual with vision and
fortitude who has a special gift for


Patrick and Robbie Ropella stand ready, with a wealth of experience,
to serve you.


working well with people at all levels
and walks of life.
His background and experience in
a wide range of professional activities
have served him well in the specializa-
tion which he now enjoys. His accom-
plishments over the years are too
numerous to examine individually, but
records indicate that he has produced
much more than $5 million in gross
production as an executive recruiter
specializing exclusively in the global
chemical industry.
He has also traveled extensively,
meeting with senior level executives at
some of the largest chemical companies
in -the world. He's been personally
responsible for placing top executives
among many prestigious companies
such as Air Products, Shell Chemical,
Ciba Geigy, Exxon, American
Cyanamid. He's even worked with top
executives at major consumer products
companies like Goodyear, Anderson
Windows, Amway, Dial Soap and
Proctor & Gamble. These are example
sof allied industries, where chemicals
are used in making much of what these
companies produce. Providing recruit-
ing services to clients like these as well
as major chemical companies is a major
shift and what will be one of the main
driving forces for expansion at Ropella
& Associates.


"Our recruitment process includes
advanced communication techniques
utilizing an extensive worldwide net-
work of personal contacts developed
through countless interviews conducted
within the industry since 1987," Patrick
said.
It's understandable how proud,
Patrick must be of the company which
he says consistently provides top cal-
iber executives to his clients. "Ropella
& Associates employs the highest ethi-
cal standards in its executive recruiting
and consulting services," Patrick
explained, "and we accept only those
assignments to which we can devote our
fullest attention and resources. We do
not recruit from our clients."
Patrick is also an accomplished
writer. He has authored How to Master
the Art of Recruiting in both a recruiter
training edition and is completing a cor-
porate executive edition. He's written a
career development and transition book
called Making It... While You're Still
Young Enough to Enjoy It. He also
writes monthly columns for two global
trade journals, and is regularly quoted
and written about in variety of industry
publications.
Spiritual values are an integral part
of the Ropella Family's life, and Patrick
says he .can't over estimate the impor-
tance of the role God plays in his and
his company's successes. He has been


very involved in serving in each of the
churches he and his family have attend-
ed and was very instrumental in the
establishment of the Living Truth
Church seeded by Pine Terrace Baptist
Church "... created to fill a unique need
in our community for a contemporary
non denominational style church."
Patrick also feels community serv-
ice is an important part of any leader's
development and believes in the need to
give back to those close to home. In
this area he was very involved in help-
ing Family Promise of Santa Rosa, a
program designed to help homeless
families and their children obtain hous-
ing and self sufficiency. He was very
involved in helping this program get off
the ground and served on the board and
as President for almost 2 years.
Patrick's philosophy of family
strength and community commitment
has been a milestone in his career and
the success of his businesses. These
intrinsic characteristics and his strong
business ethics "...have branded the
name 'Ropella' as one of the leading
overall best recognized executive
recruitment names in the worldwide
chemical industry."
You're invited to learn more from
the company's dynamic and informa-
tive web site at www.ropella.com or
contact them at (850) 983-4777 for
more detail about the firm's activities.


ROPELLA & ASSOCIATES STAFF- (Seated) Pam Barry and Patricia Burk. (Standing) Patrick Ropella, John
Chambers, Justine Hollingsworth and Jeff Bennett.
( ,rnHrmitted Photo)f


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4915 Highway 90 Pace
850-995-1600
w .m i m. Crain Cemetery

The Interpreter (PG13) Clean Up Day
1:00 3:45 6:55 9:40 There will be a first cemetery
A Lot Like Love (PG13) Cleaning Day on Saturday,
1:25 4:20 7:05 9:35 April 30, 2005. It will be fol-,
Amityville Horror (R) lowed by a good old-fashioned'
1:30 3:30 5:30 7:30 9:45 "dinner-on-the-ground." Please
Sahara (PG13) come prepared to work, bring
1:05 3:50 7:00 9:40 your 'covered dish' and enjoy
King's Ransom (PG13) some good fellowship. Crain
1:45 4:30 7:25 9:45 Cemetery's Work Days are the
K F H ( last Saturday of every month
Kung F Hustle (R) from April through October.
1:40 4:10 7:10 9:55
Guess Who (PG13)
1:20 4:00 7:15 9:50
*Fever Pitch (PG13) Board meeting set
1:15 4:05 7:20 9:50 The City of Milton's
*Last Night Thurs. April 28 Downtown Redevelopment
_______________ Advisory Board meeting sched-
uled for Thursday, April 21,
XXX2: State of the Union (PG13) 2005, at 1:00 p.m. has been
1:1 41 7: 9 rescheduled for Thursday, April
1*10 1 7 9 -, .. ^ i < 28, 2005. at 2:00 p.m., in the
Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy (PG) Council Chambers at City Hall
1:40 4:30 7:10 9:30 6738 Dixon Street.


Brittany Scheel fixing
the cuff of Ryan Bennelt


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All meetings are open to the
public. For more information.
please contact' the Cit\ of
Milton Planning &
De elopment Department at
(850) 983-5440.

Pea Ridge
Homemaker's
Club to meet
The Pace-Pea Ridge Home
and Community Educators
(Homemaker's) Club General
Meeting is Thursday, April 28,
10 a.m., at the Pace-Pea Ridge
Clubhouse at 4709 Kersey
Lane. A demonstration on a
knitting imIchine \ ill show its
flexibility and speed. All guests
and prospective members are
invited to stay for the meeting.
The P-PR HCE meets e, ern 4th
Thursday, and is involved in
local charity work, seniors sup-
port, 4-H support, and fun activ-


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cities. For more information.
contact MNelba Barley. 994-
5259.

Unity Arts
Contest planned
If you are between the ages
of 11 and 19, and enjoy being
creative, then consider respond-
ing to this statement and these
questions. "So powerful is the
light of unity that is can illumi-
nate the whole earth." How do
you work to create unity in your
environment?" Wouldn't it be
great if we all could just get
along? Express your thoughts
using the written or performing
arts by creating an essay, song,
poetry, skit, dance, story, or
monologue to illustrate your
response. Registration is limited
and the deadline is May 14.
Essays must be postmarked by
May 16 and received by May


20.
Then on lunee 18. 2005 we
will hold a "Community Unity
Arts Event" at Navarre High
School where contest winners
will perform, and be awarded
cash prizes. Come join us for
this celebration of the arts! To
register for the contest, please
call (850) 936-7646. To get free
tickets for the event, please call
(850) 830-9084 after May 28.
The contest and the event are
sponsored by the Magdalene
Carney Institute.

Republican Club
to hold meeting
The Republican Club of
Santa Rosa County will hold its
beginning of the month meeting
and Dutch Treat Dinner at Billy
Bob's Beach Barbeque Banquet
Room, 911 Gulf Breeze
Parkway Gulf Breeze, FL at


6.30 p m. on Tuedav. Ma:, 3.
2005. The Feauied Speaker is
Ms. Diane Coleman, Santa Rosa
County District 3 School Board
Member. This meeting is open
to the public.
For additional information
please contact Morgan Lamb,
President, at (850) 939-2409.

UWF to offer
QuickBooks Series
The SBDC at UWF,
Bloomer, Geri & Co., CPA's and
other business professionals are
collaborating to offer basic and
advanced QuickBooks train-
ing via PowerPoint presenta-
tions and a workbook. Training
will be conducted at the SBDC
Pensacola location only. Note
fees for each session below. To
reserve a space, call 850-473-
7830 or register online at
www.sbdc.uwf.edu


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I The Santa Rosa Press Gazette


Wednesday April 27, 2005.


Community


Radio Club presents Automatic Packet Reporting System


The Milton Amateur Radio
Club 'hosted by Hank Holt
KS4NY and Al Le Blanc
KD4YJJ of the Five Flags
Amateur Radio Club of
Pensacola, who presented a
program on the Automatic
Packet Reporting System
(APRS). APRS is an amateur


radio invented system that
melds radio with the computer
to provide a digital system of
exchanging data. It may be
used with Global Positioning
Systems to track anything from
Search and Rescue Missions to
vehicles to weather.
The demonstration equip-


ment included a laptop com-
puter, a Terminal Node
Controller (TNC), an amateur
radio and an antenna. It was
operated thought the Santa
Rosa Digital Repeater (digi-
peater) located at the county
complex. Holt demonstrated
the systems capability to pro-


NOTICE OF PUBLIC MEETINGS
All Board of County Commissioner Meetings and other counts department meetings are held at
the County Administratide Center, Commissioner's Board Room. 6495 Caroline Street, Milton,
Florida. unless otherwise indicated.

Marine Advisory Committee May 3 5:00 p.m.

Zoning Board of Adjustments and Appeals May 5 5:30 p.m.

'Commission Committee May 9 9:00 a.m.,

Commission Regular May 11 9:00 a.m.

Building Code Board of Adjustments and Appeals May 11 3:00 p.m.
6051 Old Bagdad Hwy., Milton Conference Room
Fire Protection Board of Adjustments and Appeals May 12 4:00 p.m.
6051 Old Bagdad Hwy., Milton Conference Room
Local Planning Board May 12 6:00 p.m.

Aviation Advisory Committee May I8 5:00 p.m.
Commission Committee May 23 9:00 a.m.

Utility Board May 23 5:00 p.

Commission Special Rezoning May 23 6:00 p.m.

Bagdad Historical Architectural Advisory Board. May 25 8:30 a.m.
6051 Old Bagdad Hwy., Milton Conference Room

Emergency Services Advisor) Committee May 25 2:00 p.m.
6051 Old Bagdad Hwy., Milton Conference Room

Parks and Recreation Committee M, ay 25 5:30 p.m.

Commission Regular May 26 9:00 a.m.

Public Officials Briefing May 26 1:00 p.m.

Agendas and minutes are also available at www.co.santarosa.fl.gov All meetings held in the
Board Room can be viewed live and/or replayed it this web site by selecting the meeting from the
main page.


duce two-dimensional' maps
and topi-graphic maps using a
windows based program in
which vehicles transmitting
beacon signals can be tracked
along the mapped highways.
The system also conveys
weather bulletins and identifies
by special icons, whether the
report is from a weather report-
ing station or from the weather
bureau and has the capability to
m- ap fronts by barometric pres-
sure, etc.
Holt and Le Blanc also
demonstrated the systems


capability to enter the web to
pass e-mail traffic to specific e-
mail addresses via gateway sta-
tions.
According to Holt. "the sys-
tem has been around about 10
years and has been used in.
emergency situations at \ various.
Emergency Operatioins Center's
(EOC's)." Currently, local
Search and Rescue
Organizations and the Santai
Rosa and Escambia Count.\
EOC's are looking to increase
the use. of the system in the
field and between the EOC's


and to and from shelters with
emergency power capability.
APRS has become an inter-
esting facet of Amateur Radio
and the number of Hams par-
ticipating in this fascinating
activity is increasing daily.
The Milton Amateur Radio
Club meets at 7 p.m. on the
third Monday of each month at
the Milton Public Library and
anyone with an interest in
Amateur Radio is welcome.
For further information call
Tom Manning at 994-4864.


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Pray for our nation, leaders, more!


The National Day of Prayer
is Thursday, May 5, 2005. This
year's theme is. "God Shed His
Grace On Thee." The First
Continental Congress declared a
National Day of Prayer in 1775.
The annual National Day of
Prayer was established by feder-
al law in 1952 when the United
States Congress. passed a joint
resolution, which was signed by
President Harry S. Truman. The
law was amended in 1988 and
signed by President Ronald
Reagan, specifically designating
the first Thursday ih May as the
official National Day of Prayer.
National Day of Prayer was
established as an annual event
for Americans of all faiths to
come together to take the time to
pray for our nation and our lead-
ers. National Days of Prayer
have been called as early as 1775
with the First Continental
Congress. Abraham Lincoln
called for such a day in 1863.

Gospel N
West Milton Church of
Christ will be hosting a Gospel
Meeting May 1 to May 4
(Sunday- through Wednesday).
The theme is "Changed By The
Will Of God." Sunday morning
Bible study begins at 9 a.m. and
Sunday worship time is 10 a.m.
There will be a Fellowship
Meal after the worship time at
11 a.m. Everyone is welcome!
At 12:30 p.m. -there will be

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and a network of approximately
40,000 volunteers nationwide.
The NDP is not affiliated with
Focus on the Family.
NDP was created by an act
of Congress and is therefore
intended for all peoples of faith
to pray to the God of their under-
standing. However, NDP Task

Meeting
a Congregational Singing!
Afternoon worship is 7 p.m.
Services through the week
(Monday through Wednesday)
will-be 7 p.m. nightly.
"...The churches of Christ
salute you." Romans 16:16
West Milton Church of
Christ is located at 5300
Highway 90 West, Pace, FL.
For more information, call
850/994-6088. Ya'll come!


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tion. Like any other 501 (c) (3),
religious entity, the Task Force
organizes and promotes events
that are consistent with its own
religious traditions and beliefs. It
is not connected with any politi-
cal party and it does not receive
funds from the government.
President George W. Bush
and the Governors of all 50 states
are expected to sign a proclama-
tion for the 2005 National Day of


Prayer.
On Thursday, May 5, mil-
lions of Americans of all faiths
will gather together across the
nation at town squares, state
capitol steps, stadiums, parks,
churches, synagogues, and other
public places to observe the
National Day of Prayer.
They also have a program of
prayer to pray five minutes a day
for the following areas-our
government, local and national;
the media, journalists to be fair
and accurate; education, for
schools to get back to basics; our
churches; our families.
Santa Rosa County will
observe the National Day of
Prayer on Thursday, May 5, at
the County Courthouse lawn
from 12 noon to 12:35 p.m.
Everyone is welcome to join us!
Please bring your lawn chairs! In
case of rain, the meeting will be
held inside the county court-
house.


What's happening!

Fish Fry Indian Ford Victory Fellowship is hosting a
Fish Fry Saturday, April 30 at 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. to raise funds for
nev. building. Singing and crafts are available. Dinner plates are
$5 (includes fish or chicken, beans, slaw, hush puppies, dessert &
drinks. Everyone is invited! Contact Pastor Camley at 626-4242
for more information!
Divorce W workshop Christ Unired
Methodist Church is hosting a non-denominational 8-week
Divorce Recovery Workshop beginning tonight! Starting at 6:15
p.m., there will be activities for children of all ages. Call 623-0614
or 623-8820 to register!


Ask the Preacher

..a weekly column answering your questions
with Biblical answers about life.


Dear Pastor Gallups,
"Please explain the TRINITY. I think I read an article that
you did on this before. I really have a difficult time with this
concept." D.D. East Milton
Dear D.D.,
Yes, some months back I addressed this question in this col-
umn. It would be my pleasure to address it again. This doctrine
is essential to the Biblical,. Christian faith and understanding
that Jesus is "God in the flesh" or "God with us".
The doctrine of the Trinity can be a bit difficult for people to
grasp. After all, we are merely humans attempting to talk about
The Infinite, Omnipotent, Omnipresent, One and Only and
Omniscient Lord God in human terms.
We have to start with the fact that the Bible and God Himself
affirms the understanding of the Trinity. In Deuteronomy,
Chapter 6:4, God declares that "the LORD your GOD is but
ONE." The Hebrew word for LORD is Yahweh. The Hebrew
word for GOD is Elohim. Yahweh is the name of the Lord God
Almighty.
Elohim is the generic Hebrew word for "God" ...YET it
means... "IN THE PLURAL" So, in other words, God himself
tells us that He is PLURAL, yet at the same time remaining as
ONLY ONE! There is the doctrine of the Trinity from the mouth
of God Himself!
The Bible clearly speaks of the Father as God, Jesus as God
(John 1:1 ff, etc.) and the Spirit as God. (II Corinthians 3:17-18
). So, as Christians we can ONLY say what the Lord Himself
and His Holy Word say about Himself and take it as fact. He
says that He is plural, yet One. He says specifically that He is
Father, Son and Holy Spirit. I accept what He says.- He is
beyond our comprehension as we try to comprehend Him in the
flesh.
Which brings us to the .Miracle of Jesus! God put on flesh so
that we COULD comprehend Him, .at least in human terms.
And...then...He, as God the Son...paid the price for our
sins...HIMSELF! What love, what grace, what mercy! We will
only fully comprehend all this when we are with Him and then,
the Bible says we will worship Him forever because of it all!


Carl Gallups is the Pastor of Hickory Hammock Baptist Church. in.Milton.
He has a Bachelor of Science degree from Florida State University, and a Master
of Divinity from The New Orleans Baptist Theological Seminary. He has been
pastor of HHBC since 1987. He serves as an International Youth Evangelist for
the Southern Baptist Convention since 1990 preaching all over the U.S. and
Canada. For more information about HHC, call 623-8959 or visit our website @
www.hickoryhammockbaptist.org. If you have any questions for Ask The
Preacher, send it to: Ask The Preacher, Hickory Hammock Baptist Church, 8351
Hickory Hammock Road, Milton, Florida 32583-paid advertisement


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Harvest Community
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Harvest Road in Jay, invites
venders and crafters for their
May 7th Spring Fling. The


Spring Fling is to celebrate the
church's grand opening. Come
join in and call Jennifer at 675-
5609 to sign up.


Attention Churches!!
Have a special event coming up that you would d like to announce to the community .' Are Nou having a Gospel sing. Revival meeting,
Bible Conference, Festival, or maybe a special guest coming to \our church? Articles are free: there is no charge for placing them on
the Kornerstone page. Submissions must be in no later than Friday at 3 p.m. pret ious to the Wednesday edition. You can drop them
b3 at the office located at 6629 Elva Street: fax it to us at 1850i 623-2007. or email them to
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Legals


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
OF THE FIRST JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN AND FOR
SANTA ROSA COUNTY,
FLORIDA
ilUDGE: SWANSON
CASE NO.: 05-0011CA
N RE: FORFEITURE OF
'1993 PONTIAC GRAND
.AM; VIN:
[G2NE14N2PM531209
NOTICEE OF COMPLAINT
W0: ANY AND ALL PER-
SPNS WHO CLAIM AN
INTEREST IN THE FOL-
LOWING PERSONAL
PROPERTY:
:1993 PONTIAC GRAND
AM
W I N
4b2NE14N2PM531209
NOTICE is given to
sectionss 932.703 and
92.704, Florida Statutes
V2004) that the DEPART-
MENT OF HIGHWAY
SAFETY AND MOTOR
yEHICLES (Department),
pjting through its division,
tlhe Florida Highway Patrol,
sized the above-
described personal proper-
t) pending the outcome of
'frfeiture proceedings. All
iprsons or entities who
tiave a legal interest in the
Stbject property may
leqluest a hearing concern-
jrig the seized property by
contracting the under-
signed. A complaint has
jbben filed in the Circuit
iCourt of the FIRST JUDI-
CIAL CIRCUIT, in and for
ISANTA ROSA COUNTY,
I-ORIDA. On January 12,
2005, the trial court
"entered an order finding
,probable cause. If no
aclimants appear within 20
'days, the Department will
jpe seeking a final order of
forfeiture.
-,ated: April 12, 2005
IRespectfully submitted,
tHARLES J. CRIST, JR.
"ATTORNEY GENERAL
'/S/ Phillip P. Quaschnick
,PHILLIP P. QUASCHNICK
.Assistant Attorney General
.Plorida Bar No. 224677
,Office, of the Attorney
general l
*The Capitol, Suite PL-01
,Tallahassee, Florida
.2399-1050
Telephone: (850) 414-3300
Facsimile: (850) 488-4872
*Petitioner's Counsel
,042005
.042705
&4/267
PUBLIC NOTICE
SALE OF PROPERTY


Notice is hereby given that
the Santa Rosa County
Board of County
Commissioners will receive
sealed bids for the pur-
chase of property located
in the Santa Rosa County
Industrial Park.
Approximately eight (8)
acres of land located as
depicted on the map avail-
able at the Santa Rosa
County Board of County
Commissioners Office,
6495 Caroline Street,
Milton, Florida 32570.
Telephone (850) 983-1877.
The use of said land will be
limited to industrial/heavy
commercial use with the
employment of a minimum
number of 10 new employ-
ees, pay a minimum of
115% of the County's aver-
age wage rate, and have
capital investment of
$1,000,000 or more.
All bids must be in writing
and delivered by hand, Fed
Ex, or mail to the Santa
Rosa County Procurement
Department, 6495
Caroline Street, Suite G,
Milton, Florida, 32570; and
must be received by 10:00
a.m., May 10, 2005, at
which time bids will be
opened and read aloud. All
interested parties are invit-
ed to attend.
Bids. are to be sealed and
plainly labeled "BID -
SALE OF 8 ACRES". Bids
received after the time set
for the bid opening will be
rejected and returned
unopened to the bidder.
Santa Rosa County will
retain the right of first
refusal in the event the
property is sought to be
sold. Santa Rosa County
reserves the right to nego-
tiate a higher sales price
with the highest responsive
bidder. Santa Rosa
County reserves the right
to award more than one bid
if it determines such to be
in the best interest of
Santa Rosa County.
Esch bidder will submit a
minimum of $500.00
earnest money deposit
which will be non refund-
able should such bidder be
awarded the p:i. hase.The
deposit will be credited
against the purchase
amount.
Santa Rosa County
reserves the right to waive
informalities in bids with or
without cause, to reject all
bids, or to accept the bid
that it determines to be in
the best interest of the
County.


Each bidder making a pur-
chase proposal agrees that
if it is awarded the bid, it
will enter into a purchase
agreement described here-
in within thirty days of the
bid event. The purchase
agreement may be
assigned by the successful
bidder to an assignee
approved by Santa Rosa
County at the County's
sole discretion.
By order of the Board of
County Commissioners of
Santa Rosa County,
Florida.
042005
042704

IN THE UNITED STATES
DISTRICT COURT FOR
THE NORTHERN DIS-
TRICT OF FLORIDA
PENSACOLA DIVISION
Case No. 3:02cv261/MCR
UNITED STATES, OF
AMERICA,
Plaintiff,
vs.
DAVID W. QUALLS;
DARLENE FITZGERALD,
a/k/a
DARLENE ATES, f/k/a
DARLENE A. QUALLS;
FCC NATIONAL BANK;
and
HOUSEHOLD FINANCE
.CORPORATION III,
Defendants.
NOTICE OF SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY
GIVEN THAT UNDER AND
BY VIRTUE OF A FINAL
DECREE OF FORECLO-:
SURE RENDERED IN
THE ABOVE-STYLED
CASE ON MARCH 23,
2005, BY THE UNITED
STATES DISTRICT
COURT FOR THE
NORTHERN DISTRICT
OF FLORIDA, IN FAVOR
OF THE PLAINTIFF, THE
UNDERSIGNED,
APPOINTED IN SAID
DECREE, WILL ON THE
25TH DAY OF MAY, 2005,
AT 12:00 NOON, IN
FRONT OF THE SANTA
ROSA COUNTY COURT-
HOUSE DOOR IN THE
CITY OF MILTON, FLORI-
DA, OFFER FOR SALE
AND SELL AT PUBLIC
OUTCRY TO THE HIGH-
EST BIDDER, THE FOL-
LOWING DESCRIBED
PROPERTY, SITUATED,
LYING AND BEING IN
SANTA ROSA COUNTY,
FLORIDA:
Lot 15, Block D, SANTA
VILLA VII, a subdivision of
a portion of Section 13,
Township 1 North, Range


29 West, according to the
map or plat thereof as
recorded in Plat Book C,
page 117, of the public
records of Santa Rosa
County, Florida.
Being the same property
as described in that certain
real estate mortgage dated
December 20, 1989, as
recorded In Book 1066 at
page 446 of the public
records of Santa Rosa
County, Florida.
SUBJECT TO all recorded
oil, gas and mineral reser-
vations; easements and
rights of way of record; and
to the lien of all unpaid
taxes and assessments.
FOR ADDITIONAL
INFORMATION CON-
CERNING THE ABOVE
PROPERTY CONTACT
THE OFFICE OF THE U.S.
ATTORNEY, TELEPHONE
NO. 850/444-4030. SALE
IS BY POSTAL MONEY
ORDER OR CERTIFIED
CHECK MADE PAYABLE
TO THE U.S. MARSHALS
SERVICE. TEN PERCENT
OF HIGH/ACCEPTABLE
BID IN CERTIFIED
CHECK OR CASHIER'S
CHECK (NO CASH) WILL
BE ACCEPTED WITH THE
BALANCE DUE WITHIN
48 HOURS. THIS SALE IS
SUBJECT TO STATE AND
LOCAL TAXES.
DATE:
April 19, 2005
DENNIS A. WILLIAMSON
United States Marshal
Northern District of Florida
BY: Doris Massengill
DORIS MASSENGILL
U.S. Marshals Service
042705
050405
051105
051805
41285
PUBLIC NOTICE
SALE OF PROPERTY
Notice is hereby given that
the Santa Rosa County
Board of County
Commissioners will receive
sealed bids for the pur-
chase of property located
in the Santa Rosa County
Industrial Park.
Approximately two (2)
acres of land located as
depicted on the map avail-
able at the Santa Rosa
County Board of County
Commissioners Office,
6495 Caroline Street,
Milton, Florida 32570.
Telephone (850) 983-1877.
The use of said land will be
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employment of a minimum
number of 5 employees,
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County's average wage
rate as stated by
Enterprise Florida.
All bids must be in writing
and delivered by hand, Fed
Ex, or mail to the Santa
Rosa County Procurement
Department, 6495
Caroline Street, Suite G,
Milton, Florida, 32570; and
must be received by 10:00
a.m., May 24, 2005, at
which time bids will be
opened and read aloud. All
interested parties are invit-
ed to attend.
'Bids are to be sealed and
plainly labeled "BID -
SALE OF PROPERTY."
Bids received after the time
set for the bid opening will
be rejected and returned
unopened to the bidder.
Santa Rosa County will
retain the right of first
refusal in the event the
property is sought to be
sold. Santa Rosa County
reserves the right to nego-
tiate a higher sales price
with the highest responsive
bidder. Santa Rosa
County reserves the right
to award more than one bid
if it determines such to be
in the best interest of
Santa Rosa County.
Each bidder will submit a
minimum of $500.00
earnest money deposit
which will be non refund-
able should such bidder be
awarded the purchase.
The deposit will be credited
against the purchase
amount.
Santa Rosa County
reserves the right to waive
informalities in bids with or
without cause, to reject all
bids, or to accept the bid
that it determines to be in
the best interest of the
County.
Each bidder making a pur-
chase proposal agrees that
if it is awarded the bid, it will
enter into a purchase agree-
ment described herein with-
in thirty days of the bid
event. The purchase agree-
ment may be assigned by
the successful bidder to an
assignee approved by
Santa Rosa County at the
County's sole discretion.
By order of the Board of
County Commissioners of
Santa Rosa County, Florida.
042705
050405


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Obituaries


Baker, Brady Lee
1946 2005
Brady Lee Baker, age 58, of
Allentown, died Friday, April
22, 2005.
Mr. Baker was a life long
resident of Santa Rosa County.
He was a retired farmer and
truck driver and he was an avid
hunter and horseman.
He was preceded in death
by his wife of 37 years-
Shirley Baker and his moth-
er-Dorothy Baker.
Survivors include his son-
Keith Baker of Milton; his
daughter-Jan (Scotty) Brown
of Wewahitchka, FL; 3 grand-
children-Miles and Elizabeth
Baker,' and Roman Brown;
father-Morgan (Edna) Baker
of Milton; brother-Steve
(Mary Ann) Baker of Milton.
Funeral services were 2
p.m., Tuesday, April 26, 2005
at Calvary Baptist Church with
Rev. Alvin Kolb and Rev.
Derrick Gerber officiating.
Burial was in Calvary
Church Cemetery.
Arrangements were by Lewis


Funeral Home.
Pallbearers were Keith
Jones, Lamar Evers, Jimmy
Ward, Kevin Burgess, Jeff
Boutwell, and Brad Baker.
Honorary pallbearers were
Adon Lovett, Jerry Lovett, Ron
Moffitt, and Kenny Gibbons.
Lewis Funeral Home of
Milton was in charge of
arrangements.
Reamer,
Jeffrey "Jeff"
Jeffrey "Jeff' Reamer, age
44, of Crestview, FL, died
Wednesday, April 20, 2005. He
was a native of Cocoa Beach,
FL, and had resided in this area
for all of his life. He was a
stone mason with Tim White
Vault and Monument
Company. He had served in the
U.S. Marine Corps.
Jeff loved spending time
with his daughter, playing golf,
fishing and making his friends
happy.
He is survived by his daugh-
ter-Brittany Makala; his par-
ents-Judy and Buddy Elliott;


1 brother-Buckie Elliott; 2
sisters-Lorna and Betsy; 3
nephews-Josh, C.J. and Earl
Ray; several aunts, uncles and
cousins.
Funeral services were con-
ducted at 3 p.m., Saturday,
April 23, 2005 at the
Whitehurst-Powell Funeral
Home Chapel in Crestview.
Pastor Greg Anchors officiated
with burial in the Old Bethel
Cemetery.
Active pallbearers were C.J.
Weekley, Earl Ray Watson,
Tim White, TJ White, and
Stacy Crooks.
Johnny Peters served as his
Honorary Pallbearer.
Whitehurst-Powell Funeral
Home in Crestview, FL, was in
charge of arrangements.
Lemke, Teresa Ann
1956 -2005
Teresa Ann Lemke, age 48,
of Milton, FL, passed away:
Friday, April 1, 2005 in a local'
hospital.
She was an avid animal
lover, loved arts & crafts,
beaches and her grandson.
She is survived by her
father-Howard Bailey; 1.
daughter-Lee Ann (Brian)
Baker; 3 brothers-Mark
(Anne) Bailey, Ken (Bertie)
Hollinhead, and Lawrence
(Bert) Voss; 1 sister-Carolyn
Kea; 1 grandchild-Cullen
Baker.
Memorial services will be 2
p.m., Sunday, May 1, 2005 in
the Lewis Funeral Home
Chapel. Visitation will be from
1 p.m. until time of services.
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Lifestyle


One Year Ago...

McKinney and Donahue wed
Chelsey Marie McKinney
of Pompono Beach and Milton,
Florida and Sean Patrick
Donahue of Pompono Beach
and Winchester, New
Hampshire were married April
24, 2004 at.Old Christ Church I:
in Pensacola, Florida. The ' '
Reverend Gene Hudson offici-


ated.
Chelsey is the daughter of
Shelia Batson McKinney and
the late Wayne McKinney.
Sean is the son of Cathy and.
David Donahue.
The bride was given in mar-
riage by her grandfather, Ulton
McKinney. She is also the
granddaughter of Mr. andMrs.
Charles Batson of Pensacola.
The bride wore a wedding
gown that was gifted to her by
her aunt, Alice Alexander.
Matron of honor was
Ashley Michelle Scavino,
friend of the bride from
Pensacola.
Bridesmaids were Heather
Ann Rudolph, Tara Ann
Falchook, and Jodi Chisari, all
friends of the bride. Bell girl
was Samantha Christine
Alexander, cousin of the bride.
Flower girls were Bailee
Nicole Batson, Sydney Jade
Alexander, and Victoria
Elizabeth Cole, all cousins of
the bride.
Best man was Philip David
Donahue, brother of the
groom. Groomsmen were
Matthew Thomas Turant,
James Michael May, and Ryan
Warner, all friends of the
groom. Ring bearer .was Tyler
Joseph Alexander, cousin of
the bride.
Musicians were Pam
Dunlap and Nick Anderson.
Photographer was Carla
Salter.


Mr. and Mrs. Sean Donahue


Chelsey is a graduate of
Washington High School in
Pensacola and The University
of Florida, Gainesville with a
Bachelor's degree in Literary
Arts, and Nova Southeastern
University, Ft. Lauderdale,
Florida with a doctorate in
Audiology, Summa Cum
Laude.
Sean is a graduate of
Winchester High School,
Winchester, New Hampshire.
He then graduated from The
University of Florida,
Gainesville, Florida with a
Bachelor's degree in sports
medicine,
,The wedding reception was
held at the Best Western Hotel,
Pensacola Beach, Florida. 200
guests attended. The wedding
was coordinated by the bride's
uncle, John Wayne Batson.
The groom's dinner was
held at Copeland's in
Pensacola.
The couple now lives in
Savannah, Georgia.
The bride is employed at St.
Joseph's Hospital. The groom


is employed at Progressive
Insurance as an adjuster.
The couple spent their hon-
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from the bride's great aunt,
Sarah Batson Speranza and
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8am-3pm and Satur- having a huge Ga- Friday and Saturday day and Saturday, Closing our antique
day 8am-12pm. rage Sale, April 30, 7am- 3pm. From fur- April 29th and 30th, booth and e-bay
Quilts, new, old and 2005, 7:30 am until niture, ladies clothes 7am- 2pm. 5512 business. Tons of
tops, antique type- on Destinee Lane (large and extra Walker Rd, off Ber- china including
writer, clothes and ace Floda Take large), small appli- dl' Fuiru Haviland, Pfaltzgraff,
other items -(house- R ances linens lawn stal bles, Mikasa, Noritake
hold) 6088 Chu- station Look for mower, console t.v. and others. Glass
muckla Hwy, Pace, signs.' for van. MORE. OldLARGE M fam including Fire King,
Fl. Bagdad Hwy to Au- ily yard sale. Furni Anchor Hocking,
GARAGE SALE diss to Warren to ture, tools, house-Hazel Atlas and
PCC WOMEN of Saturday, April 30, 4249 Ermine Ln. hold items, and Corelle. New and
Purpose of Pace 7am-12pm. 5117 SIGNS. much more. All pro- vita tools,
Community church Hawks Nest Dr. ceeds go to Church' .. ... '
Youth Camp. Friday clothes, linens, toys,
is holding a yard MOVING & YARD MOVING IN Sale. a uthCtrd riy 9am.craft and hobby
sale on Saturday, sale. Friday and Sat- Saturday, April 30, 3pm 6060 Happy items. Since this is a
April 30th (weather urday 6-2. No early 8-3. Lots of house- Hollow Dr., Milton, multi-family sale,
permitting) at/the of- birds 5564 Marana- hold items. 4959 Watch for signs. you'll also find
fice of Pace Com- tha Way (off Norh Spencer Oak Blvd, MOVING SALE Sat-furniture, Christmas
munity Church, 4537 Spencertield). Lots
Chumuckla Hwy, of stuff! chAntique Pace. urday, April 30, 8 items, books, CD's,
Pace from 7am until dishes and chairs. 12, 4550 Chan-illy DVD's, video games
MULTI. FAMILY Way. Furniture, and other items.
2pm Lots of good ODDS & Ends sale yard sale Saturday tools, daycare toys, Saturday, April 30
bargains. Turn North Friday, April 29, 7-1. a 1m. Sundial clothes, & etc. 626- beginning at 8AM.
onto Chumuckla 3741 Comerbrook I0767. Early birds pay
Hwy. 90 at red eight Dr., Pace. Diabetic Estates 3972 Sun- um
in Pace. We are lo- cookbooks, 2 bar nymanor Cir. Furni- 4464 premium prices.
cated approximately stools, patio vertical ture, toys, all types 4464 Nora Avenue,
2 blocks on the left. blind, and more, of things.


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Weekly Schedule of Services 8 Meetings
These are regularly scheduled services and activities.
Many others are scheduled for various groups or for special
needs, from the young to the young at heart!"

Sunday
9:45 AM . . ......... . .Sunday School classes for all ages
10:45AM .................................. Morning WorshipService
Super Church for children thru 6th grade
5:30 PM ................................Campmeeting Choir Practice
6:00 PM .. .. .. . . . . . . .Campmeeting Service

Tuesday '
9:00 AM . . . .. . Women's Ministries Prayer Meeting

2nd & 4th Tuesday Each Month


6:45 PM .......................................Ladies Bible Study

Wednesday
5:30 PM-6:45 PM .............(most weeks)...................... Supper Served
7:00 PM ....................................... Study in the Word
Royal Rangers (boys) & Missionettes (girls)
Son Life Student Ministries (Youth ages 1.2+)
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Business Review


Jennifer's Flea Market is back in business

With a great new location, Jennifer's continues to be an exciting place to visit and shop


By OBIE CRAIN
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When Hurricane Ivan clob-
bered Jennifer's Flea Market in
Pea Ridge last fall, it was
somewhat of a setback for all
her friends and loyal customers
who were accustomed to
browsing there and selecting
quality merchandise from one
of the area's most well stocked
and environmentally friendly
casual shopping conclaves.
But it wasn't the end of the
world. Among those who knew
her, it was never "if'", but
"when" and "where" Jennifer
would decide to regroup and
rebuild. They looked to her as
a leader in the flea market busi-
ness and knew that she would-
n't let them down.
And you know what? She
has simply outdone herself
with the selection of a location
at Floridatown and Cotton
roads in Pace. Situated at 3372
Floridatown Road just south of
Pace's busy commercial dis-
trict, the property is everything
a flea market vendor or cus-
tomer could possibly ask for.
With the security of a
fenced in area, the centralized
location offers unlimited park-
ing in an area that is conven-
ient to access and within driv-
ing distance from almost any-
where. With 17,000 square feet
currently in use by a full house
of vendors, customers already
find,it a mecca for special and
unusual merchandise where
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make their selection a rarity!
But just wait until the
expansion is complete, and
customers will have an addi-
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which to browse. With all these
trappings, is it any wonder,
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Jennifer's Flea Market the
shopping experience of
choice?
The business reflects
Jennifer's positive attitude in
every fiber of its existence. Its
continuous growth and the
quality merchandise it offers
have set' it apart from the ordi-
nary flea market, and its
upwardly mobile and loyal
clientele has continued to
breath life into it, propelling it
higher within the position of
leadership it shares in the flea
market industry.
There's no question about it.
Jennifer's Flea Market is truly
a wonderful place to visit and
to shop. Whether you're look-
ing for _something special or
just browsing for recreation,
you'll find something to arrest
your attention and imagination.
With its thousands of items and
assortments of merchandise,
you will not likely encounter
another environment just like it
anywhere in the area.
Jennifer Penna is now
enjoying her seventh year man-
aging businesses she loves. She
has another flea market at 3100
Gulf Beach Highway in
Escambia County, and she has
many wonderful friends and
loyal customers who shop at
both locations.
"We are continuing to enjoy
our seventh successful year,"
Jennifer says, "and we always
like to share our growth and
success with our friends and
customers who make it possi-
ble. "I am proud to own and
operate two of the most popu-
lar shopping destinations in the
two-county area. Of course we
are always mindful of those
who shop with us and use
every opportunity to give


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something back to the commu-
nity whenever we get the
chance."
Last year Jennifer promoted
her sixth-year anniversary with
drawings that provided gener-
ous cash prizes for lucky win-
ners. "We could very well do
that again this year, but we
haven't decided just yet," she
said. Understandably the
process of getting her new
location into full fledged oper-
ation is time consuming, but
when she says, "We'll make a
decision on that later," we
know that it's getting her full-
fledged attention.
It gives everyone something
to look forward to, and the sus-
pense of waiting to finding out
what the program will be this
year is exciting. The grand
opening is set for May (That's
next month already!), and it
will no doubt be and extraordi-
narily colorful one.
But it really doesn't take an
anniversary or a special occa-
sion for you to enjoy the expe-
rience of visiting and browsing
through the offerings at
Jennifer's Flea Market. The
atmosphere is constantly
charged with an ambience and
camaraderie that emanates
from everyone there, cus-
tomers, employees, and ven-
dors alike.
Jennifer has a good percep-
tion of people, and it shows in
those who work for her. Meg
Breeze, for instance, as both
vendor and employee, has a
personality that will instantly
disarm you of any apprehen-
sion you might have brought
with you to the store. Cheerful,
outgoing, knowledgeable, and
with the ability to make you
feel immediately at ease, Meg
will often be your hostess at
Jennifer's Flea Market in Pace.
After talking with her five min-
utes, it's like you've known her
all your life.
Jennifer herself is an indi-
vidual with whom you will
immediately identify. She's


expansion plans now under
way, there will be space for
other interested vendors. She
says booth space is being
revised and updated constantly,
and that interested vendors
should keep in touch.
At Jennifer's Flea Market
the, old fashioned values of
courtesy, kindless, and cus-
tomer appreciation are stan-
dard fare and never go out of
style. "It's a wonderful world
out there and we are making
every effort to be a part of it in
the way we do business and
through our association with
people who we feel share our
sense of values," Jennifer said.
Now that you know where
Jennifer's Flea Market has set
up another exciting shop, drive
on around and she what she's
up to. You'll love the way she
has incorporated many of the
wonderful things from her for-
mer location into fresh ideas
and insights here at her new


store to create an an even more
interesting array of merchan-
dise and displays.
Jennifer's Flea Market is
open daily from 9 a.m. to 6
p.m. Monday through Friday.
On Saturday you can shop
from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. and on
Sunday you can shop from
noon to 5 p.m. With a flexible
schedule like that, everyone
has a chance to participate in
the flea market experience.
A lot of people go there, so
don't be surprised if you run
into your neighbor while
browsing around, indulging in
the flea market experience.
And there's refreshments in
the event you get so involved
in your shopping that you go
beyond your coffee break!


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ASSURING THAT YOU ENJOY YOUR SHOPPING EXPERIENCE-Some of those you will meet at
Jennifer's Flea Market on Floridatown Road in Pace include, left to right, Roy Todd, vendor; Meg
Breeze, venor and employee; Jennifer Penna, owner; and JoAnne Floyd, vendor. Would you .believe
their combined experience in the business comes close to 300 years? You'll find them all top-notch
people, fair, friendly, and ethical in their activities. (Photo by Obie Crain.)


friendly, interested in helping
you find whatever it is that
interests you, and always con-
scious of your welfare. She has
a special knack of making you
feel welcome and how impor-
tant you are to her business.
She also knows the flea
market business and realizes
the caliber of vendors greatly
impact the quality of any facil-
ity such as hers. That's why she
is so very selective when it
comes to the people who offer
their merchandise at her estab-
lishment.
Each and every vendor is,
basically, an extension of her
name and reputation, and you
will find them all top-notch
people, fair, friendly, and ethi-
cal in their activities.
With all the vendors now on
site, the flea market is well
stocked with an almost endless
variety of quality merchandise
with more being added on a
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Better
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Group to meet
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Association of Florida, Inc.
offers the Better Breathers
Support Group to those in the
community who suffer from
chronic lung diseases (COPD,
Asthma, Emphysema,
Bronchitis, Pulmonary
Fibrosis). The meetings provide
an opportunity for people to
meet and learn about their con-
dition from health care profes-
sionals and other lung disease
patients. There is no cost to join
the group; family members and
friends are encouraged to
attend.
Where to meet? Santa


Rosa Medical Center, 6002
Berryhill Road, Education
Building Room B.
When? First Wednesday
of the month (May 4th) (no
meetings in June, July, August).
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Pea Ridge
K-5 Registration
Kindergarten registration
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School Lane, on Tuesday, May
3, 2005 from 4 p.m. until 7 p.m.
This registration is for all
incoming kindergarten students
who live in the Pea Ridge dis-
trict. Students must be 5 years


of age by 9/1/05. Please bring
child's birth certificate, proof of
address, blue immunization
card, physical less than 1 year at
the time of school beginning,
and child's social security num-
ber. For more information,
please call 995-3680.


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NOTICE OF ZONING AND FUTURE LAND
USE CHANGE
The Santa Rosa County Local Planning Board will be holding a public hearing con-
cerning the following rezoning and future land use amendment requests as described
below. This public hearing will be held on May 12, 2005, at 6:00 p.m. at the
Administrative Complex Center, Commissioners Board Room, 6495 Caroline Street,
Milton, Florida:
* 2005-R-037 Golden Rock Management, Southern Materials, Wible & Wible Inc.,
and Don Helms, represented by Harold G. White, request a Small Scale Rezoning and
Future Land Use Amendment for the properly located at 8277 Branch Avenue, Navarre,
Florida. This request is to rezone Parcel #08-2S-26-0000-00137-0000, which is approx-
imately 7.28 acres, from Ml (Restricted Industrial District) to HCD (Highway
Commercial Development District) and to amend the Future Land Use designation from
"Industrial" to "Commercial."
The item to be considered may be reviewed at the Planning & Zoning Department, 6051
Old Bagdad Highway, Milton, Florida, or you may call (850) 981-7075 or (850) 939-
1259. All interested parties are invited to attend and present verbal or written statements.
If a person decides to appeal any decision made with respect to any matter considered
at such meeting, such person will need a record of the proceeding and, for such purpose,
such person may need ensure that a verbatim record of the proceeding is made, which
record includes the testimony and evidence upon which the appeal is to be based.
Santa Rosa County adheres to the Americans with Disabilities Act and will make rea-
sonable modifications for access to this meeting upon request. Please call Santa Rosa
County Planning, Zoning and Development Division at (850) 981-7075 or (850) 939-
1259 to make a request. For Hearing-Impaired, 1-800-955-8770 (Voice). Requests must
be received at least 48 hours in advance of the meeting in order to provide the request-
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The Heritage of Santa Rosa

Offers Vacation/Respite Care


With Spring right around the
corner, it is time to start planning
vacations. But for many people
who serve as the primary caregiv-
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taking a vacation can become very
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Office phone number: 983-1800 Mailing address: p.o. Box 7100 Milton
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A View From the PARK

-. Baptist Medical Park News


Add to Murphy's Law:
Accidents and illnesses will occur after the
doctor's office has closed.

So what do you do when you need to see a doctor after hours? Baptist Medical Park
Walk-In Care offers an alternative to the emergency room for minor emergencies and
ailments. Walk-In Care is for those in-between situations when you know your problem
is not a true emergency but seeing a doctor as soon as possible is necessary.


Services

Outpatient surgery
Our outpatient surgery center, equipped with four state-
of-the-art surgical suites, is conveniently located on the
ground floor.

Laboratory
Baptist Medical Park offers a full-service laboratory.
Our lab is inspected and accredited by the College of
American Pathologists, the gold standard in laboratory
accreditation. Hours are Monday through Friday from
7 a.m. to 7 p.m. and Saturday from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m.

Diagnostic imaging
We offer the latest in radiology technology. Filmless
diagnostic imaging service means that your X-rays can
be immediately read from a computer screen and sent
to physicians for further review.

Physician offices
Baptist Medical Park offers convenient access to primary
care physicians and our specialty physicians, including,
those in:
Allergy and Immunology Occupational Health
Cardiology Ophthalmology
ENT Orthopaedics
Family Practice Outpatient Surgery
Gastroenterology Pain Management
General Surgery Podiatry
Gynecology Renal Care
Internal Medicine Rheumatology
Mental Health Vein and Laser Treatment
Obstetrics Walk-In Care

Programs
Looking for a safe driving class for senior adults? How
about childbirth classes? We offer a variety of programs
and classes. Call HealthSource at 434-4080 for information
about dates and times.
AARP Driver Safety
Employee Assistance Program
Get Healthy Pensacola!
GoldenCare
Lamaze
"Pumpers" Support Group

Other services at Baptist Medical Park include:
Dialysis
Pharmacy
Physical Therapy
Women's Services
Wound Care


Frequently asked questions about Walk-In Care:

What kinds of health problems are treated at Walk-In Care?
Non-life threatening illnesses and emergencies.
What age groups can be treated at WalkIn Care?
One year and up.
Besides treating people with illnesses and minor injuries, what other services do
you provide?
We offer school and sport physical, influenza vaccinations, tetanus shots and
electrocardiograms, to name a few.
What type of physicians work at Walk-In Care?
Currently, the Baptist Medical Park.Walk-In Care medical staff consists of family practice
physicians, a trained physician assistant and a nurse practitioner.
Do Walk-In Care physicians have private offices?
No. They practice only at Walk-In Care.
Will insurance cover a Walk-In Care visit?
Usually, but it is best to contact your insurance provider to confirm.
What types of insurance are accepted?
Most major insurance, plans.

Do I need a referral?
If you have a PPO, you don't need authorization to come to Walk-In Care.
Authorization from your primary care physician is required if you have an HM0.

Call 208-6130 for more information or simply, drive to Baptist Medical Park's Walk-In Care. No appointment is
necessary. Weekdays from 7 a.m. until 7 p.m. and Saturdays from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m., Nine Mile Road at University
Parkway.


ADAMS, MELISSA, MA,LMHC .....208-6150
Center for Personal & Family Development,
Suite 409
BENTON, PHILIP C., M.D. ....... 477-7888
Orthopaedic Surgery/4th Floor, Suite 408
BERTELLI, MARTY W., M.D. ...... 473-8575
Pensacola Internal Medicine, Suite 406
BRAWN, MARY, M.D... .... 494-2355
Vein & Laser Center of Pensacola, Suite 306
CALUDA, MICHAEL J., M.D. ...... 444-4777
General Surgery/2nd Floor Timeshare
CAMPBELL WAYNE, P., M.D....... 477-7888
Orthopedic Surgery/4th Floor, Suite 408
CARTEE, WAYNE D., M.D.........436-4563
Gastroenterology/2nd Floor Timeshare
CARTIA, CRAIG C., M.D...........969-9804
Pain Management, 2nd Floor Timeshare
CHANDLER, DAVID R., M.D. ....... 477-7888
Orthopaedic Surgery/4rd Floor, Suite 408
CLARK, WILLIAM B., M.D.......... 484-0520
ENT Associates of NW FL/2nd Floor
CRIBB, GENIE, LMHC... ... -208-6150
Center for Personal & Family Development,.
Suite 409
DECAMPOS, JULIET M., M.D.......479-3320
Orthopaedic Surgery/3rd Floor, Suite 309
EGGEN, JULIE, LMHC............. 208-6150
Center for Personal & Family Development,
Suite 409
FLOYD, KATRENA Q., M.D. ........479-7636
Adult Primary Care of Pensacola, Suite 407
FREITAS, DIEGO, M.D. ............944-7256
Internal Medicine/2nd Floor, Suite 210
FREITAS, PAUL, M.D. ......... 944-7256
Family Practice/2nd Floor, Suite 210
FRY, MICHAEL F., M.D.............. 436-4563
Gastroenterology/2nd Floor Timeshare
GIOVANNI, MARK A., M.D. ........ 444-7050
Neurosurgery/2nd Floor Timeshare
GRIFFIN, VICKY J., D.O. ...........916-4300
OB/Gyn/2nd Floor Timeshare
JAALOUK, SAFWAN, M.D., FACP, FACC .444-1717
Cardiology Consultants
JOHNSON, DONITA, ARNP 2nd Floor-
KESSLER, ALEC, M.D.....:. .477-7888
Orthopedic Surgery/4th Floor, Suite 408
LACHOWSKY, FRANK, M.D.. ......932-9434
Allergy, Asthma, Immunology
2nd Floor Timeshare
LANGHORNE, W. H., II, M.D., FACC. 444-1717
Cardiology Consultants
LENGA, STEVEN, R., M.D .......... 473-8575
Pensacola Internal Medicine, Suite 406
LEON, JOSEPH F., M.D. .......... 444-4777
General Surgery/2nd Floor Timeshare
LUETKEMEYER, JOHN L., M.D...... 433-6580
Rheumatology/4th Floor, Suite 401
NOETHLICH, THOMAS, D.O. ....... 494-2355
Family Practice, Suite 306


PAINE, THOMAS, M.D............ 444-1717
Cardiology Consultants
PATE, SHARON, PHD, LMHC.......208-6150
Center for Personal & Family Development
Suite 409
PENNINGTON, JAMES H. M.D ....475-9025
ENT/2nd Floor Timeshare
PICKENS, WILLIAM S., M.D., FACC.. 444-1717
Cardiology Consultants
RILEY, CHARLES P., M.D. ...... 477-4342
Cardiology Services
REILLY, PATRICK F., M.D. ......436-4563
Gastroenterology/2nd Floor Timeshare
SELLERS, RICHARD G., M.D. ......916-9777
Orthopaedic Surgery 2nd Floor Timeshare
SMITH, WILLIAM E., M.D. ........477-7888
Orthopaedic Surgery/4th Floor, Suite 408
SOUED, MOUNZER, M.D. ...... 436-4563
Gastroenterology/2nd Floor Timeshare
SPEER, CARL G., M.D....... ......436-4563
Gastroenterology/2nd Floor Timeshare
STEIN, AARON, M.D. .........; 969-9804
Pain Management/2nd Floor Timeshare
TIMMONS, RUBEN, B., M.D........969-9804
Pain Management/2nd Floor Timeshare
TIPPETT, TROY M., M.D...........444-7050
Neurosurgery/2nd Floor Timeshare
TORRES-HODGES, GRACE, DPM ... 478-8633
Podiatry, 3rd Floor, Suite 301
TYSON, JOHN W., M.D......... 444-4777
General Surgery/2nd Floor Timeshare
ULLMAN, SAUL, M.D., P.A. ........ 208-1900
Ullman Eye Consultants
3rd Floor, Suite 302
Diagnostic Imaging/Radiology .... 208-6010
JOHN J. BAEHR, M.D., ANDREW G. DAVIS, M.D.,
AMIT G. GUPTA, M.D., VASHTI F. HELLEIN, M.D.,
ERIC MUTZ, M.D., EDWIN RIVERA, M.D., RICHARD
S. SAMUELS, M.D., ROBERT M. SMITH, M.D.
Dialysis-Renal Care Group, Inc. .. 444-4725
EDWARD L. FRIEDLAND, M.D.
RONNIE D. WILES, M.D.
Medical Laboratory/Pathology .......
CHARLES E. BURNES, M.D. ..... 438-1154
CARYL H. HYLAND, M.D.......: .434-4659
WILLIAM J. POLLOCK, M.D. ..... 434-4659
Occupational Medicine...........208-6400
RAMON 0. RYAN, M.S.,M.D.
Walk-In Care .................... 208-6130
Ground Floor/South End of Bldg.
OLSEN, J. OLE, III, M.D.
RICHARD RUSSO, M.D.


BAPTIST
Medical Park
For more information call Baptist HealthSource at
434-4080 or visit eBaptistHealthCare.org.


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Sports



EMC Three on Three
hoops tourney May 28
Teams are being sought for
the first annual EMC three on
three Basketball Jam May 28th at
I ensacola Junior College's
Milton Campus.
Registration is $50 per team
on or before May 6 with late reg-
istration being $60.
Proceeds from this tourna-
ment will help Eckerd Youth
Alternatives fund programs for
Camp E-Ma-Chamee.
For more information call
850-675-4512.
Milton announces dates
for summer football camp
Registration for the summer
football .program for incoming
Freshman as well as prospective
junior varisty and varsity players
will be held at the Milton High
,School cafeteria:
May 2 6:30 to 8:30 p.m.
May 7 9 to 11 a.m.
May 9 6:30 to 8:30 p.m.
May 14-9 to 11 a.m.
May 16 6:30 to 8:30 p.m.
The cost is $75 per student
and notaries will be provided by
the Milton Quarterback Club on
these dates for your conven-
ience.
Any parent who wishes to
receive e-mail notification of
Milton QBC meetings and events
can e-mail MHSQBC@aol.com.
j"Teams being sought for
the HIV/AIDS shootout
Teams are being accepted
for the Third Annual HIV/AIDS
Basketball Shootout at Milton
High School on May 21.
Deadline to register for this
tournament is April 29 and the
entry fee is $150. per,.team. ...
For more information con-
tact Kaye White at 623-2616.
|Oops Alley looking to
form summer leagues
Oops Alley is now forming
summer leagues which will run
12-16 weeks long.
A variety of leagues are
being formed for various ages
-apd skill levels, which include
mixed leagues.
If you are interested in join-
ing a league or would. like more
information contact Oops Alley at
995-9393.
SPSA announces date
for Double Bridge Run
, The Pensacola Sports
'Association announced that the
ninth annual Double Bridge Run
will take place Feb. 4, 2006.
The event will include a 15K
Sand 5K courses and a junior 5K
for children under 14.
For more information con-
tact the Pensacola Sports
Association at 434-2800 pr visit
www.doublebridgerun.com.
Oops Alley to hold
anniversary sweeper
Oops Alley announces their
first anniversary sweeper doubles
tournament for men and women
will be held April 30th at 1 p.m.
The entry fee for this tourna-
ment is $35 per person with a lin-
age fee of $10.
Bowlers will use their current
league average of 21 games or
more. if you do not have an aver-
age then you will use last year's
highest book average of 21
games or more.
All bowlers, will bowl four
games across eigth lanes and
one out of five bowlers will cash
per game.
S For more information or to
Register contact Oops Alley at
995-9393.

Do you have
sports-related
news or
information you
would'like to
see published in
the Press.

,Gazette? If so,
send it to us at:
sports@sr-pg.com


Faulkner State signs


three Panthers to


join the Sun Chiefs


Pace's Stevie Scott is seen challenging a base runner earlier this season to test his throwing arm which is
just fine following Tommy John elbow surgery.


Press Gazette photo by Bill Gamblin




Patriot Act Muscle

Scott protects home after successful elbow surgery


By BILL GAMBLING
PG Sports Editor


Coming back from any
injury can be difficult, but .for
Pace's Stevie Scott he is want-
ing to show the baseball world
he is back and better than ever.
"Everything has turned out


good in the end," said Scott,
who missed his entire junior
year due to Tommy John elbow
surgery.
Scott had his surgery per-
formed by Dr. James Andrews,
who performed this very same
operation on Atlanta Braves


By BILL GAMBLING
PG Sports Editor
The word every athlete
wants to hear as they near the
end of their high school career
is 'scholarship'.
On Friday that is exactly
what three members of the
Milton softball team signed for
Faulkner State Community
College in Bay Minette, Ala.
Kim Gardner, Amanda
Hollinghead and Kristen
Georgiades all signed to play
softball for the Sun Chiefs who
are members of the Alabama
Community College
Conference and is 4-22 this sea-
son under the direction of
Coach Linda Pitts.
Their roster features 10
freshman and four sophomores
this season.
Gardner on Friday got the
big prize as she will also play
on the Sun Chiefs volleyball
team.
"I want to say how proud I
am of these girls today," said
Milton athletic director Murray
Rutledge. "Kim and Amanda
have had to play under four dif-
ferent coaches while on the var-
sity team, which includes
myself."
Rutledge pointed out that "
Gardner has started at shortstop
all four years of her varsity
career at Milton, while
Hollinghead made the switch.
from pitcher to first base.
But the signee he was the
most proud of was Georgiades,
a senior outfielder for Milton
with two years on the varsity
squad.
"There are a variety of
ways to get a scholarship and
Kristen proves that," said
Rutledge. "She goes full speed
all the time and today she is
being rewarded for that and all
of her hard work.
"Kristen is out there every
single day giving it 110 percent.


Kim Gardner
Milton HS Softball
Signed with:
Faulkner State CC


Amanda Hollinghead
Milton HS Softball
Signed with:
Faulkner State CC


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Kristen Georgiades
Milton HS Softball
Signed with:
Faulkner State CC


All three girls have made
an impression on Faulkner
State assistant coach Tim
Jordan, who will be taking over
the Sun Chiefs softball team
next season.
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pitcher John Smoltz.
The actual surgery was first
performed by Dr. Frank Jobe
after then Los Angeles Dodgers
pitcher Tommy John told him to
do something after he suffered a
torn ulnar collateral ligament
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Pace's Matt Fricks is seen
attempting to clear the
bar during the District 1-
3A Track Meet held at
Pace High School on
Thursday.
For complete results see
page 4D
Press gazette photo
by Bill Gamblin


Pace's Derek Oswall is seen
match earlier this season.


returning a serve during his doubles
Press Gazette photo by Bill Gamblin


Pace is peaking as


districts draw near


By BILL GAMBLING
PG Sports Editor
With one district game
remaining Pace is showing that
the mid-season slump is well
behind them offensively.
On Thursday Pace went to
Pine Forest and dispatched the
Eagles 7-3.
With the Patriots trailing 3-
2 in the top of the fifth, Pace
would score three runs and add


two more in their half of the
sixth inning.
Matt Lewis pitched six
innings and gave up five hits for
the win while fanning one
Eagle batter.
The last inning was pitched
by Caleb Gindl who is appar-
ently going to be handling clos-
er duties if the Patriots need to
call on him.
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(located in your elbow) in 1974.
The surgery, which has
been modified slightly, consist-
ed of a tendon being removed
from the patient's right arm and
is used to replace the torn ten-
don.
This is done by threading
the healthy tendon through
holes, which are drilled into the
bone above and below the
elbow.
The accessory tendon does
not have a useful function oth-
erwise and today is taken from
the hand, wrist, or forearm.


Twelve to thirteen percent
of the patients do not have this
tendon so one is used from the
leg or toe of the patient.
Scott can remember what
he was doing when his ulnar
collateral ligament (a band or
sheet of fiberous tissue) gave
up.
"After my sophomore year
I was participating in various
showcases," said Scott. "While
at these showcases I noticed
that my elbow was starting to
bother me.
"I just thought my arm was
sore and I just needed a layoff."


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Then came that fateful day
when Scott was involved in a
showcase in Mobile.
"I was behind the plate and
throwing to second for some
college scouts when my elbow
gave out," said Scott. "When I
went to throw the ball I felt my
elbow pop and watched the ball
hit the pitchers mound.
"At first I didn't know what
had happened, but started won-
dering to myself 'What have I
done now.'"
Scott is not the only athlete
not to notice what really was
wrong with his elbow as play-
ers today who notice discom-
fort and changes in their throw-
ing ability.
Today the only way -to
detect the ruptures of this ten-
don are through a magnetic res-
onance imaging test, or MRI,
which is done after several days
or weeks of mild to severe pain.
The Patriot starting catcher
is very lucky, as he is part of the
70 to 80 percent who continue
their athletic careers following
the surgery.
"After I had my surgery I


asked Dr. Andrews when I
could play again," remembered
Scott. "He told me I could play
the upcoming football season."
That happened to be the
2004 season where he teamed
up with Anthony Jones to form
one of the most dangerous
backfield tandems in Northwest
Florida.
In a game against Tate High
School both Scott and Jones
rushed for over 200 yards.
"When I was cleared to
play I wore a pad the first cou-
ple of games," said Scott. "But
after the initial hit I was felt fine
and got rid of the pad.
"It took me a little while to
get the thought of the injury out
of my head, but I never really
let it hold me back."
Pace baseball coach Charlie
Warner is used to hearing about
this surgery, but one of his play-
ers experiencing this is another
story.
"This is something I have
never experienced as a coach or
we have as a team," said
Warner. "But I am not totally
surprised by the way Stevie has


Scott
come back.
"I felt very confident in the
person doing the surgery,
because he is the best in the
country."
Currently Scott is showing
everyone he is back with a
vengeance as he is tied for the
lead in the area with seven
home runs and has seven dou-
bles while batting a whopping
.362 with 22 RBI's, which is
tops among the region as well.
"Basically I want to show
everyone that I am back," said
Scott. "I want to show them I
really can play the game.
"Baseball is a big part of
my life and I didn't want to give
it up."
So how did the catcher who
is being looked at by the likes
of the University of Georgia,
Okaloosa-Walton College,
Chipola Junior College, Jeff
Davis Community College,
Pensacola Junior College, and
Alabama Southern know that
he was back at 100 percent.
"My first at bat I hit a dou-
ble," remembered Scott. "As I
was standing there on second
base I knew right then my
elbow felt good and I was
back."
Warner didn't worry about
his catcher because he is not


your typical athlete.
"Stevie is a pretty tough
character," described Warner..
"He has played with slight,
injuries before.
"So I knew when Doctor.
Andrews cleared him it would:
not be an issue."
Warner is also very glad to
have Scott behind the plate for
his team.
"I wouldn't want to be.
playing against him," said,.
Warner. "I would have only a
couple of runners I would feel.,"
safe running against Stevie and :
then I would have the batter,-
swing to protect them; like in a,.
hit and run.
"During the pre-game
warm-ups and in between
innings coaches will use a stop.
watch to time him and the num-,
bers don't add up in their
favor."
But Scott is also a realist
and knows if the surgery was
not a success that he had other
plans.
"I had all the confidence in
Dr. Andrews," said Scott. "But;,
if things didn't work out so I.
could play baseball again then I,
would have stuck with football.
"I would have probably
tried to play at a small division
two college, but I was offered a
full-ride to play football at
Jacksonville State."
But there is more to Scott
that just sports and he proudly
displays his family loyalty on;,
his arms.
One forearm bears a tattoo:,
with the letters of 'TDS' and his.-.
other forearm bears his name
'Stevie'.
"I had TDS tattooed on my.
arm for my little brother,.
Trevor," said Scott. "I had
always wanted a little brother,
and it took 17 years for me to-/
get one.
"I thank god that I have a'
little brother.
"For me it was a dream
come true."
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"Matt could have thrown
more, but we wanted Caleb to
get some innings," said Pace
.coach Charlie Warner. "I also
feel that our defense has
Improved tremendously.
"But as a team we still
1i have that one inning lapse
where we allow three runs like
'we did last night."
Eagles starter Mike
-,,Johnson took the loss after
I. being pulled with just two outs
in the fifth and allowing eight
hits.'
Chris Sorce led the way
offensively for the Patriots with
a 2-for-4 night at the plate with
two RBI's and two runs scored,
while Stevie Scott went 2-for-4
as well with a double and a
RBI.
f R-Drew Cumberland went 2-
for-3 on the night with a dou-
ble.
In the game Pace commit-
ted three errors while Pine
Forest made five.
"What I am most proud of
is we have the type of line-up
where if one guy doesn't per-
form then we are doomed," said
Warner. "As a team we are hit-
ting more consistently with the
middle, bottom, or top of our
Line up on any particular day."
In other high school action:
Jay 10, Uriah (Ala.) 0
Jay 8, Walton 2
Jay won a double heade'-
Thursday that was not on the
S schedule dispatching Uriah
(Ala.) High 10-0 in five innings
and Walton High 8-2.
With the two wins the
Royals improve to 10-9 on the
season.
S Against Uriah it was all
Royals. as pitcher Brad Lowery
pitched a one hitter while strik-
Sing out four.
In the first game Nick
Golden went 2-for-3 with a
home run, double and three
runs batted in, while Jesse
Jernigan, Best, and Sasser went
2-for-3 as well with Jernigan
having two RBI's.
Best went 1-for-1 on the
day with a triple and RBI.
In the second game Jay
took a quick 2-0 lead after the
first inning.
The Royals must have got-


ten mad when Walton cut the
lead to 2-1 in the top half of the
fourth.
That is when Jay responded
with four runs in route to their
8-2 win.
Jay pounded out 14 hits
against Walton pitching and
struck out only once.
Hobbs got the win by scat-
tering five hits over seven
innings and striking out six.
Saye went 3-for-4 with two
RBI's while Jernigan and
Lowery went 2-for-3 with an
RBI.
Golden and Josh Marshall
went 2-for-4 with and RBI each
as well.
Pace 4, Washington 2
Pace shook off their second
loss to Escambia very quickly
by defeating Washington High
School 4-2 at home Thursday.
Emily Burge scattered two
hits over four innings of work
while striking out nine.
Credited with a save
Thursday night was Kalin
Lasseter who pitched three
innings and allowed one hit
while striking out six as well.
Lasseter helped the Lady
Patriots (21-2) at the plate as
well with a three run home run
as she went 1-for-2 at the plate.
Milton 13, West Florida
Tech 4
Milton appears to be on a
roll following the shake up in
the Panther's Den.
Following a win over Tate
that ended a three game skid the
Lady Panthers pounded West
Florida Tech Thursday night
13-4 in a mistake riddled game.
"Things are starting to fall
into place," said Milton interim
coach Harold Neely. "We are
pitching batting practice every-
day."
The other key could be a
three letter word called 'fun'.
"The girls are having more
fun and are playing more
relaxed," said assistant coach
Ron O'Quinn who along with
Neely and Richie Bankich are
working on a coaching by com-
mittee system. "Now they are
practicing harder and I believe
the girls are starting to believe
in themselves."
Milton committed seven
errors on the night, while West


Florida Tech committed a
whopping 10 miscues in the
game.
"We subbed a lot last
night," said Bankich in explain-
ing the number of errors.
The Lady Panthers dug in at
the batters box from the start
with a four run first while
pounding out 12 hits for the
game.
Alicia Burnette went the
distance for Milton allowing
just four hits while striking out
seven and walking two.
In the district 1-3A tennis
tournament Pace made a quick
exit with all their players elimi-
nated by the second round of
action.
On the boys side
Washington won the district
title with 30 points followed by
Choctawhatchee with 14, Ft.
Walton Beach 6, and Pace with
4.
Winning matches for the
Patriots were Alex Foxilkes
over Price from Escambia 6-


2,6-3 in boys number one sin-
gles action; Stephen Comitalo
defeated Tate's Holman 6-4, 6-
3 in number two singles;
Stephen Grimm defeated
Patterson of Pensacola 6-2, 6-1;
and James Oswald defeated Ft.
Walton's Kroeger 6-4, 7-5.
All three would lose their
second round matches with 6-0,
6-0 except for Comitalo who
won a game in the first set of his
match against Carnathan from
Ft. Walton Beach.
In the number five singles
match Jason Christopher lost to
Tate's Delaune in a long three
set match 4-6, 7-6, 6-3.
Doubles action saw
Fowlkes and Grimm lose to Ft.
Walton's pair of Carnathan and
Sherman 6-0, 6-1 and Chris
Dawson and Oswald losing to
Choctawatchee's Hambleton
and Kropenick 6-0, 6-0.
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Sports


District 1 ma3A Tr Results


Girls 100 Meter Dash
1. Gerica Wicks (PHS) 11.50
2. Ashley Gibson (EHl-S) 12.31
3. Chelsa Grimes (Milton) 12.42
4. Lacey Clark (Tate) 12.44
5. Saquana Mobley (EHS) 12.46
6. Krystyn Green (Milton) 12.47
Girls 200 Meter Dash
1. Gerica Wicks (PHS) 25.30
2. Chelsa Grimes (Milton) 26.09
3. Ashley Gibson (EHS) 26.77
4. Kendra Moody (PHS) 26.96
5. Kristina Farmer (EHS) 27.62
Girls 400 Meter Dash


1. Bernadette White (Pace) 1:00.
2. Danielle Williams (PHS) 1:01.00
3. Kaitlin McCulley (Tate) 1:01.86
4. Arkesha Nettles (PF) 1:03.57
5. Erin Wilson (EHS) 1:05.10
6. Vonkia Petteway (EHS) 1:05.68
Girls 800 Meter Run
1. Margaret Harter (Pace) 2:23.10
2. Kaitlin McCulley (Tate) 2:31.61
3. Kearia Williams (EHS) 2:33.91
4. Caitlin Hornbeck (WHS) 2:34.62
5. Ariel Hardwick (EHS) 2:35.38
6. Bernadette White (Pace) 2:38.51
Girls 1600 Meter Run


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1. Margaret Harter (Pace) 5:24.00
2. Kayley Delorm (EHS) 5:47.24
3. Lindsey White (Tate) 5:53.89
4. Claire Hargadon (WHS) 6:03.96
5. Mary Rougeau (Tate) 6:07.90
6. Detavia Hollins (PF) 6:17.56
Girls 3,200 Meter Run
1. Lindsey White (Tate) 12:54.38
2. Margaret Harter (Pace) 13:03.69
3. Kayley Delorm (EHS) 13:49.88
4. Erica Martinez (EHS) 13:57.43
5. Tina Hierholzer (Pace) 14:10.66
6. Bernadette White (Pace) 14:18.35
Girls 100 Meter Hurdles
1. Adrianne Zeiger (Pace) 16.45
2. Valerie Norris (WHS) 16.66
3. TAtayana Neely (Milton) 17.04
4. Sarah Hauk (Pace) 17.07
5. Gwen Woodley (EHS) 18.57
Girls 300 Meter Hurdles
1. Katelyn Redding (EHS) 49.81
2. Kiana Overton (EHS) 50.00
3. Janna Williams (PF) 50.42
4. Tatayana Neely (Milton) 50.69
5. Megan Bonfield (WHS) 50.82
6, Nicole Roberson (EHS) 54.41
Girls 4x100 Meter Relay
1. Escambia 50.02
2. Pine Forest 51.80
3. Milton 52.43
4. Pace 52.76
5. Tate 53.67
Girls 4x400 Meter Relay
1. Escambia 4:15.00
2. Pine Forest 4:16.26
3. Pensacola 4:18.64
4. Tate 4:21.74
5. Washington 4:27.50
6. Pace 4:31.39
Girls 4x800 Meter Relay
1. Escambia 10:22.0
2. Washington 10:44.00
3. Pine Forest 10:55.00
4. Pace 11:01.00
5. Pensacola 11:27.00
6. Milton 11:38.00
Girls High jump
1. Danielle Williams (PHS) 5-02
2. April Snow (PHS) 5-00
3. Mary Fountain (WHS) 4-10
4. Blieka Dale (Tate) 4-10
5. Adrianne Zeiger (Pace) 4-06
6. Gwen Woodley (EHS) 4-06
Girls Pole Vault
1. Megan Peterson (Pace) 10-03
2. April Chavers (Pace) 8-00
3. Mercedes Goenner (EHS) 7-06
4. Allie Adkinson (Pace) 7-06
5. Stephanie Dickens (Tate) 6-06
6. Kaylee Dogardus (EHS) 6-06
:Girls Long jump
1. Mary Fountain (WHS) 16-07.75
2. Tierra Yates (PHS) 16-04.5
3. Lacey Clark (Tate) 16-00.5
4. Brandy Rudolph (PF) 15-11.5
5. Bernadette White (Pace) 15-09.5


6. Tierisha Yates (PHS) 15-02
Girls Triple jump
1. Tierra Yates (PHS) 36-03
2. Centraya Nettles (Milton) 13-07
3. April Snow (PHS) 31-05.5
4. Bernadette White (Pace) 31-00
5. Krystyn Green (Milton) 30-11
6. Gwen Woodley (EHS) 30-07
Girls Shot Put
1. Kathryn White (Pace) 39-01.5
2. Icy Lang (EHS) 32-10.5
3. Kayla Smith (Pace) 31-02.25
4. Chelsea Brooks (WHS) 31-00.5
5. Brianna Scott (Pace) 31-00
6. Kristen Smith (WHS) 30-07.5
Girls Discus
1. Icy Lang (EHS) 104-11
2. Kathryn White (Pace) 104-00.5
3. Raushandra Barnes (Milton) 93-07
4. Tamonica Pickett (EHS) 89.09
5. Kayla Smith (Pace) 85-00
6. Brianna Scott (Pace) 77-08
Boys 100 Meter Dash
1. Graham Gano (Tate) 10.55
2. Frank Riley (EHS) 10.87
3. Jeremy Seldon (PHS) 11.11
4. Raymond Berry (Tate) 11.12
5. Darion Smith (PF) 11.15
6. Cratez Abrams (PF) 11.18
Boys 200 Meter Dash
1. Graham Gano (Tate) 21.70
2. Reginald Smith (WHS) 22.74
3. Cratez Abrams (PF) 22.81
4. Jonathan Demps (WHS) 23.00
5. Demetrius Johnson (PHS) 23.18
6. Demond Legg (WHS) 23.34
Boys 400 Meter Dash
1. Graham Gano (Tate) 48.00
2. George Adams (EHS) 51.84
3. Jordan Watson (Tate) 52.14
4. Garrett Brown (Milton) 52.46
5. Ellis Smith (Milton) 53.55
6. Anthony Jones (Pace) 54.37
Boys 800 Meter Run
1. Brian Hoover (WHS) 1:58.44
2. Eric Mayes (WHS) 1:58.88
3. Zachary Greene (Pace) 2:00.79
4. Troy Stewart (WHS) 2:01.26
5. James Metelak (Pace) 2:04.19
6. Chad Perez (Milton) 2:05.64
Boys 1600 Meter Run
1. Brian Hoover (WHS) 4:35.90
2. Troy Stewart (WHS) 4:36.22
3. Mitchell Mason (WHS) 4:40.04
4. Ryan Holtman (Milton) 4:47.07
5. Eric Larson (WHS) 4:48.38
6. Dewayne Riley (Milton) 4:54.86
Boys 3200 Meter Run
1. Mason Mitchell (WHS) 10:05.60
2. Eric Larson (WHS) 10:27.88
3. Jon'athon Sanville (WHS) 10:41.68
4. Ryan Holtman (Milton) 10:46.60
5. Kenneth Whitman (PF) 11:03.59
6. Dewayne Riley (Milton) 11:10.26
Boys 110 Meter Hurdles
1. Timothy McCrea (Pace) 14.45


2. Joel Hughes (WHS) 14.73
3. Alvin Bolton (WHS) 15.40
4. Tyrone Williams (EHS) 15.46
5. Keith Washington (PHS) 15.56
6. Ryan Rich (PHS) 15.72
Boys 300 Meter Hurdles
1. Timothy McCrea (Pace) 39.60
2. Alvin Bolton (WHS) 40.58
3. Rahmel King (PF) 40.82
4. Keith Washington (PHS) 41.62
5. Eric Hamilton (WHS) 43.80
6. Ryan Rich (PHS) 45.56
Boys 4x100 Meter Relay
1. Pine Forest 43.90
2. Pensacola 44.71
3. Escambia High 45.03
4. Milton 45.07
5. Tate 46.30
6. Pace 46.74
Boys 4x400 Meter Relay
1. Milton 3:29.20
2. Escambia 3:34.18
3. Pace 3:35.21
4. Pensacola High 3.38.70
5. Tate 3:49.38
6. Washington 3:59.72
Boys 4x800 Meter Relay
1. Washington 8:07.6
2. Milton 8:24
3. Pace 8:33.72
4. Pensacola High 8:37
5. Escambia 8:40
6. Pine Forest 9:25
Boys High jump
1. Marquis Evans (WHS) 6-04
2. Clarence Long (Milton) 6-02
3. Timothy McCrea (Pace) 5-10
4. Jeremy Nelson (Milton) 5-10
5. Quartez Hardy (WHS) 5-08
6. Demetrius Johnson (PHS) 5-08
Boys Pole Vault
1. Tanner Kasischke (Pace) 12-00
2. Jacob Wissing (Pace) 11-06
3. John Frenkle (Tate) 10-00
4. William Surratt (Pace) 9-06
5. Nathan Posey (Tate) 9-00
6. Anthony Crowe (Tate) 8-06
Boys Long Jump
1. Charles Bailey (Tate) 20-08
2. Emery Allen (Milton) 20-07
3. Jeremy Nelson (Milton) 20-04
4. Antonio Robinson (EHS) 19-11.75
5. Quartez Hardy (WHS) 19-11
6. Darion Smith (PF) 19-06-5
Boys Triple jump
1. Gavin Hawthorne, (Milton) 43-
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2. Quartez Hardy (WHS) 41-07.5
3. Jeremy Nelson (Milton) 41-07.25
4. Ronald Johnson (Milton) 41-02.5
5. Riley Hawkins (Pace) 40-11
t6. Antonio Robinson (EHS) 40-03
t6. Demetrius Johnson (PHS) 40-03
Boys Shot Put
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2. Roderick Benboe (PHS) 43-04.25
3. Jonathan Demps (WHS) 41-10.25
4. Andrew Ellis (Milton) 40-02.5
5. Justin Hamilton (Milton) 40-00
6. Raishard Gatlin (EHS) 39-10.25
Boys Discus
1. Alex Mucci (Milton) 120-06
2. Jonathan Demps (WHS) 120-04
3. Christopher Horn (Pace) 116-09
4. Doug Taylor (Pace). 116-09
5. Enrique Lopez Jr. (Milton) 113
6. Fabian Bell (PF) 107-09
Women's Overall Results
1. Escambia 128.5, 2. Pace 124.5, 3.
Pensacola 83, 4. Tate 54, 5.
Washington 49, 6. Milton 48, 7. Pine
Forest 37
V Men's Overall Results
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2004 Water Quality Report


Point Baker Water System, Inc.
This report will be mailed to customers only upon request and is also available
at the office at 6837 Hwy. 89 upon request.


We are pleased to announce that our drinking water meets
all federal and state requirements.


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Were pleased to present to you this years Annual Water Quality Report. This report is designed to inform you Ai
about the quality water and services we deliver to you every day. Our constant goal is to provide you with a safe and dependable
supply of drinking water. We want you to understand the efforts we make to continually
improve the water treatment process and protect our water resources. We are committed to ensuring the
quality of your water. Our water source is ground water from 5 wells. The wells draw from the Floridan/Sand
and Gravel Aquifer.
Because of the excellent quality of our water, the only treatments required are chlorine for disinfection
purposes and lime for pH adjustment. \

The Florida Department of Environmental Protection is in the process of conducting Source Water
Assessments for alt public water systems in Florida. These assessments will identify and assess any potential v
sources of contamination in the vicinity of your water supply. A Source Water Assessment for this system has been completed, and a report is available at the DEP Source
Water Assessment and Protection Program web site: http:www.dep.state.fl.us/swapp.


If you have any questions about this report or concerning your water utility, please contact Jimmie Melvin at
623-4545. We encourage our valued customers to be informed about their water utility. If you want to learn
more, please attend any of our regularly scheduled meetings. They are held on the third Thursday of each month at 6:30 p.m. at the main office at 6837 Hwy 89.

Point Baker Water System, Inc. routinely monitors for contaminants in your drinking water according to
Federal and State laws, rules, and regulations. Except where indicated otherwise, this report is based on the
results of our monitoring for the period of January 1 to December 31, 2004. Data obtained before January 1,
2004, and presented in this report are from the most recent testing done in accordance with the laws, rules, and regulations.
In the table below, you may find unfamiliar terms and abbreviations. To help you better understand these
terms we-ve provided the following definitions:
Maximum Contaminant Level or MCL: The highest level of a contaminant that is allowed in drinking water. MCLs are set as close to the MCLGs as feasible using the best
available treatment technology.
Maximum Contaminant Level Goal or MCLG: The level of a contaminant in drinking water below which there is no known or expected risk to health. MCLGs allows for a
margin of safety.
Action Level (AL): The concentration of a contaminant which, if exceeded, triggers treatment or other requirements that a water system must follow.
Picocurie per liter (pCi/L) measure of the radioactivity in water.
I0D0 means not detected and indicates that the substance was not found by laboratory analysis.
Parts per million (ppm) or Milligrams per liter (mg/1) one part by weight of analyte to 1 million parts by weight of the water sample.
Parts per billion (ppb) or Micrograms per liter (pig/I) one part by weight of analyte to 1 billion parts by weight of the water sample.
Maximum residual disinfectant level or MRDL: The highest level of a disinfectant allowed in drinking water. There is convincing evidence that addition of a disinfectant is
necessary for control of microbial contaminants.



a.li- .., r o..r,.. 0 The sources of drinking water (both tap water and bottled water) include rivers, lakes, streams, ponds, reservoirs, springs, and
i. PopinTBaker wells. As water travels over the surface of the land or through the ground, it dissolves naturally occurring minerals and, in some
^water System, Inc. cases, radioactive material, and can pick up substances resulting from the presence of animals or from human activity.

Contaminants that may be present in source water Include:
(A) Microbial contaminants, such as viruses and bacteria, which may come from sewage treatment plantss, septic
systems, agricultural livestock operations, and wildlife.
(B) Inorganic contaminants, such as salts and metals, which can be naturally-occurring or result from urban
stormwater runoff, industrial or domestic wastewater discharges, oil and gas production, mining, or farming.
(C) Pesticides and herbicides, which may come from a variety of sources such as agriculture, urban stormwater
runoff, and residential uses.
(D) Organic chemical contaminants, including synthetic and volatile organic chemicals, which are by-products
of industrial processes and petroleum production, and can also come from gas stations, urban stormwater
runoff, and septic systems.
(E) Radioactive contaminants, which can be naturally occurring or be the result of oil and gas production and
mining activities.

In order to ensure that tap water is safe to drink, the EPA prescribes regulations, which limit the amount of certain contaminants
in water provided by public water systems. The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) regulations establish limits for contaminants
in bottled water, which must provide the same protection for public health.


2004 TEST RESULTS TABLE
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Contaminant and Unit of Dates of sampling MCL Violation Level Range of MsG M L Likely Source of
Measurement (mo./yr.) Y/N Detected Results Contamination

Radiological Contaminants
deposits
Alpha emitters (pCi/1) 01/02 N 1.8 ND-1.8 0 15 deposits
Radium 226 or combined 01/02 N 2.4 0.2 2.4 0 5 Erosion of natural
radium (pCi/1) deposits
Inorganic Contaminants
Discharge from
petroleum refineries;
Antimony (ppb) 01/02 N 2.0 ND 2.0 6 6 fire retardants;
ceramics; electronics;
solder
Discharge of drilling
Barium (ppm) 01/02 N 0.043 0.014- 2 2 wastes;.discharge from
r 0.043 metal refineries; erosion
of natural deposits
Residue from man-made
pollution such as auto
Lead (point of entry) (ppb) 01/02 N 7.0 ND 7.0 n/a 15 emissions and paint;
lead pipe, casing, and
solder
Runoff from fertilizer
use; leaching from
Nitrate (as Nitrogen) (ppm)' 05/04 N 1.4 0.55 1.4 10 10 .septic tanks, sewage;
erosion of natural
deposits
Sodium (ppm) 01/02 N 2.0 1.7- 2.0 N/A 160 Salt water trusion,
leaching from soil


*Results in the Level Detected column for radiological contaminants, inorganic contaminants, synthetic organic contaminants including
pesticides and herbicides, and volatile organic contaminants are the highest average at any of the sampling points or the highest
detected level at any sampling point, depending on the sampling frequency.
TTHMs and Stage 1 Disinfectant/Disinfection By-Product (D/DBP) Parameters


Contaminant and Dates of MCL Range
Unit of sampling Violation Level Of rL Likely Source of Contamination
Measurement (moJyr.) Y/N Results
01/04- 0.72 0.6
Chlorine (ppm) 12/04 N (annual 0.8 N/A MRDL = 4.0 Water additive used to control microbes
average)
Haloacetic Acids 02/04 1.04 D -
(five) (HAA5 (ppb) 11/04 (annual 2.8 NA MCL =60 By-product of drinking water disinfection:
) p average)
TTHM [Total 02/04- 0.28 ND-
trihalomethanes] 11/04 N (annual 1.39 NA MCL = 80 By-product of drinking water disinfection
(ppb) average)


Drinking water, including bottled water, may rea-
sonably be expected to contain at least small
amounts of some contaminants. The presence of
contaminants does not necessarily indicate that
the water poses a health risk. More information
about contaminants and potential health effects
can be obtained by calling the Environmental
Protection Agencys Safe Drinking Water Hotline
at 1-800-426-4791.

Nitrates: As a precaution we always notify physi-
cians and health care providers in this area if
there is ever a higher than normal level of nitrates
in the water supply.
Lead: Lead in drinking water is rarely the sole
cause of lead poisoning, but it can add to a per-
san s total lead exposure. All potential sources of
lead in the household should be indentifed and
removed, replaced or reduced.

Thank you for allowing us to continue providing
your family with clean, quality water this year. In
order to maintain a safe and dependable water
supply, we sometime need to make improve-
ments that will benefit all of our customers. These
improvements are sometimes reflected as rate
structure adjustments. Thank you for understand-
ing.

Some people may be more vulnerable to con-
taminants in drinking water than the general
population. Immune-compromised persons
such as persons with cancer undergoing
chemotherapy, persons who have undergone
organ transplants, people with HIV/AIDS or
other immune system disorders, some elderly,
and infants can be particularly at risk from
Infections. These people should seek advice
about drinking water from their health care
providers. EPA/CDC guidelines on appropriate
means to lessen the risk of infection by
Cryptosporidium and other microbiological
contaminants are available from the Safe
Drinking Water Hotline (800-426-4791).

We at, Point Baker Water System would like you
to understand the efforts we make to continually
improve the water treatment process and protect
our water resources. We are committed to insur-
ing the quality of your water. If you have any
questions or concerns about the information pro-
vided, please feel free to call our system at 623-
4545. For your convenience we now have a 24
hour information line, 623-0422. Regular office
hours are 7:30 a.m. 4:00 p.m., Monday Friday
(closed all legal holidays)


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The new Sun Chiefs
Milton's Kim Gardner signs her softball
and volleyball scholarship with Faulkner
State Community College while FSCC
coach Tom Jordan (left), father Greg
Gardner,. mother Teresa Gardner and
.1 brother Jonathan Gardner (right) look on.
Also Watching from the back row from left
to right are volleyball coaches Ryan
Davenport and Coach Brad Grise along,
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Milton's Amanda Hollinghead signs her
softball scholarship with Faulkner State
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Charles Peterson (left) FSCC coach Tom
Jordan, mother Heather Hollinghead, sister
Samantha Hollinghead and ,father Donnie
Hollinghead (right) look on. Also watching
from the back row from left to right are
softball coaches Ron O'Quinn, Harold
Neely, Richie Bankich, and Lindi
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Press Gazette photos by Bill Gamblin


State


Continued From Page One
"All three of these fine
young ladies have made an
impression on me as I have
watched them and worked with
them," said Jordan. "Milton has
been an outstanding program
the last few years in .the area
and these ladies have been a
part of it.
. "Now I am looking for
them to continue that success as
they join us for the next two
years at Faulkner State."
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Lady Panthers have hot only set
an outstanding example on the
field, but off the field as well.
"All three are good people
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Each player will be crucial
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"Kristen is a capsule of tal-
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we work with her," said Jordan.
"While Amanda has one of, if
not the strongest arm I have
seen in the area; I feel very
sorry for the person that has to
catch a throw from her when
she is at first.
"And Kim has good lateral
movement for a shortstop and a
strong arm while being an out-
standing team player."
Georgiades described
Friday as a weird experience
for her.
"This is a weird feeling for
me," said Georgiades. "I am
excited, but at the same time I
am scared.
"I never thought this would
happen and at the same time
embarrassed to hear what
everyone has said about me


today since I only like the
attention on me when I sing."
For Hollinghead she will
get the chance to step out on the
mound as well as play first
base.
"This is exciting about the
chance to1 play and pitch at
Faulkner Sauie." said
Hollinghead
"I was a little shaky at first
went I moved to first base, but I
am looking forward to pitching
in college."
The key to signing Gardner
is that she not only gets to play
softball, but 0ollee ball as well.
During her career at Milton
Gardner was a defensive spe-
cialist and at Faulkner State
play what is called a libero,
who is a specialist in digging
and receiving serves.
In volleyball the libero can-
not change position on the team
and wear a different color than
her teammates so she can be
identified.
"TodaN is great because I
love volleyball," said Gardner.
"I love it more than anything.
"Another great thing about
this scholarship is that I will be
away from home, but not too
far awa\."
While Gardner,
Hollinghead, and Georgiades
signed their scholarships
Rutledge pointed out that seven
of the eight seniors on the team
have signed a scholarship.
The only one who hasn't is
Lindsey Winkles who will earn
a full academic scholarship
because of her grades and ACT
scores.
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404 COMMERCIAL
406 HOMES
408 LAND
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HUMAN RESOURCES

EMPLOYMENT ANNOUNCEMENT


ATTENTION: The information given on your application will be evaluated
against the minimum qualifications of the job description. The length of
related work experience, training and education described on your application,
will be an important consideration in the entire application and selection
process. After all applications are evaluated, your name will be placed on the
employment list; ranked accordingly. Other than this announcement, no fur-
ther notification will be sent.
****************s**********************************************

Administrative Clerk III (4114)
Range: 13 $ 9.75 per hour
**04/25/2005 05/02/2005**
Minimum Qualifications (Must Be Attained Before the Closing Date) Note:
All experience and/or educational requirements must be clearly documented
before qualification for employment is determined.
HS/GED. (4) yrs. exp with typing & data entry; type 30 wpm. CERTIFICA-
TION: Ability to obtain & hold current certification with FDLE NCIC/FCIC
terminal course. ADDITIONAL: Must pass a thorough background check
including CVSA & physical exam.

Control Room Operator (1246)
Range: 10 $ 9.05 per hour
**04/25/2005 05/02/2005**
Minimum Qualifications (Must Be Attained Before the Closing Date) Note:
All experience and/or educational requirements must be clearly documented
before qualification for employment is determined.
HS/GED. (1) yr. of exp in dealing with the public. ADDITIONAL: Must
successfully pass CVSA, drug screening, physical exam, and background
investigation. Must be willing to work rotating shifts, weekends, and holidays
when required.

Planner II (6038)
Range: 21 $ 28,646.84 31,620.74 annually DOQ
**04/25/2005 05/02/2005**
Minimum Qualifications (Must Be Attained Before the Closing Date) .....
Note: All experience and/or educational requirements must be clearly docu-
mented before qualification for employment is determined. ..
Bachelors Degree in Urban & Regional Planning, Environmental Science,
Architecture, Landscape Architecture, or related field, & (2) yrs. of relevant
planning & zoning exp, OR a Master's Degree in Urban & Regional Planning
or related field & (1) yr. of relevant planning & zoning exp. LICENSE:
Applicant must have a valid State of Florida Driver's License at the date of
hire & maintain said license while employed in this position.

Planner III (6035)
Range: 22 $ 30,097.08 33,221.55 annually DOQ **04/25/2005 -
05/02/2005**
Minimum Qualifications (Must Be Attained Before the Closing Date) Note:
All experience and/or educational requirements must be clearly documented
before qualification for employment is determined.
Bachelor's degree in Urban & Regional Planning, Environmental Science,
Architecture, Landscape Architecture, or related field & (4) yrs. of relevant *
planning & zoning exp OR a Master's degree in Urban & Regional Planning
or related field & (2) yrs. of relevant planning & zoning exp. LICENSE:
Applicant must have a valid State of Florida Driver's License at the date of
hire & maintain said license while employed in this position.

Computer Programmer/Systems Analyst II (4414)
Range: 22 $ 30,097.08 33, 221.55 annually DOQ
**04/18/2005 05/02/2005**
Salary Range: $ 30,097.08 51,814.30
Minimum Qualifications (Must Be Attained Before the Closing Date) Note:
All experience and/or educational requirements must be clearly documented
before qualification for employment is determined.
Grad from (4) yr. college with a Bachelor Degree in computer science, com-
puter information systems, geographic information systems or related field
with (1) yr. exp in programming, including (1) yr. systems analysis; or (2) yrs.
high level programming exp with Cold Fusion and Cold Fusion Administrator
which must be clearly documented on application; or (2) yrs. high level exp
with SQL and SQL enterprise manager which must be clearly documented on
application. All applicants need (3) months exp,with Microsoft Word or com-
pletion of a Word training class which must be clearly documented on appli-
cation. LICENSE: Applicant must have a valid State of Florida Driver's
License at the date of hire & maintain said license while employed in this
position. PREFERENCE: will be given to applicants with experience or certi-
fication in any of the following: Cold Fusion, SQL, Web.Design, Visual
Basic, and ArcGIS. Documentation will be required for preference to be
given;


Testing will be held on Thursday May 12, 2005 for Communications
Dispatcher I & Administrative Clerk III. 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, May
2, 2005 at 4:30pm for Administrative Clerk III & Monday, May 9, 2005 for
Communications Dispatcher I, in order to obtain a testing time.

**NO EXCEPTIONS WILL BE MADE ON DATE/TIME**

FOR EACH POSITION APPLIED FOR, ALL REQUIRED SUPPORTING
DOCUMENTS (i.e. diplomas, transcripts, and/or certificates) LISTED ON
THE JOB DESCRIPTIONS, MUST BE SUBMITTED BY THE CLOSING
DATE/S NO LATER THAN 4:30pm. DOCUMENTS MAY BE DELIV-
ERED 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 appli-
cants, 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.

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EVERGREEN
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forklift experience, a
must. 623-5385.

0/0 DRIVER- FFE,
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General Help
A COOL Travel Job.
Now hiring (18-24
positions).
Guys/Gals to work
and travel entire
USA. Paid training,
transportation, lodg-
ing furnished. Call
today, Start today.
(877)646-5050.,

CARPENTERS
AND Framers need-
ed. Call 623-2322 or
554-7357


104
General Help
A COOL Travel Job.
Now hiring (18-24
positions).
Guys/Gals to work
and travel entire
USA. Paid training,
transportation, lodg-
ing furnished. Call
today, Start today.
(877)646-5050.

AVALON BAPTIST
Church is accepting
resumes for Director
of the Tender Heart
Learning Center. For
requirements and
mailing address
call:626-0117. Re-
sumes must be re-
ceived by 5pm May
9th.
CASH
ADVANCE/CUS-
TOMER Service
Rep. needed. Apply
in person at Color-
tyme, 6542 Caroline
St., Six Flags Shop-
ping Center, Milton.
CLEANING PER-
SON Needed. Seri-
ous long term em-
ployment applicants
only. Must be relia-
ble & dependable.
Must have car avail-
able. Call 994-1785
between 8am-5pm.
Mon-Fri.


General Assignment

Reporter
The Press Gazette has an opening
for a general assignment reporter. The
successful candidate will have strong
writing skills and the ability to work well
under pressure.
Experience with Macintosh comput-
ers and programs like Microsoft Word and
Quark Xpress a plus.
This is a full-time position (Monday
through Friday) with occasional weekend
work as well. The Press Gazette is a drug
free workplace and an equal opportunity
employer.
Call Jim Fletcher at 623-2120 or submit
your resumes to: Jim Fletcher, Press Gazette,
6629 Elva St., Milton, FL 32570.


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General Help
CNA'S NEEDED for
Milton Retirement
Center. Call 623-
6550.
COMPUTER
TECH'S and counter
help needed. Apply
in person 6835 Car-
oline St., Milton.
983-2270

CRAZY FUN!!

We need 150 hard
workers who like
loud music, fun
work, $$$, fast cars
& working with the
opposite sex. Full
time manager
trainees $400 to
start. Call Tracey
for an interview.
626-4429

DELIVERY/SALES
PERSON needed.
Apply in person at
Colortyme, 6542
Caroline St. Six
Flags Shopping
Center. Milton.
EXPERIENCED
PAINTER, Shee-
trock Helper need-
ed. Call 983-8612
EXPERIENCED
STYLIST NEEDED,
no clientele neces-
sary 623-1164 or
626-9775.
FULL/ PART TIME
cashiers needed.
Evenings and week-
ends a must. Great
benefits. Apply on
hiring center at
Pace Wal-Mart. No
phone calls please.
HELP WANTED
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assembling CD cas-
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No experience nec-
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(800)405-7619 ext.
28 www.easywork-
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LICENSED PLUMB-
ERS & Helpers
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We're Hiring In Milton
Up to $9.00 hr, All .Shifts
Available For Hospital
Housekeeping, Dietary Food
Service & Warehouse Workers
1 Floor Tech, 2nd Stift -
2 Floor Techs, 3rd Shift
Call Today!
Express Personal Service
at (850) 494-1776


? BAPTIST
Jay Hospital

RN:
FT or PT or PRN.
FL license required.
Occupational Therapist:
PT position.
Will work in acute care, SNF and
outpatient setting.
FL license required
Speech Therapist:
PRN position. FL license required.
Physical Therapist:
PRN position. FL license required.

Med Tech:
FT position. FL license required.

Applications are accepted
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5p.m. at Jay Hospital, 14114
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104
General Help

HELP WANTED,
breakfast and res-
taurant cook. Experi-
ence necessary. Ap-
ply in person at San-
ta Rosa Travel Pla-
za. Located at Hwy
87 and 110 or call
981-3321. Pay ne-
gotiable. Also dish-
washer wanted.

KNIGHTS MARINE
Now Hiring All Ship-
yard Craftsmen.
East, West And Gulf
Coast Projects. Ex-
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Ben-
efits. TOLL FREE
(877)603-7636.
LABORS NEEDED
for foundation work.
Must have own
transportation. $8.50
hr. or depending on
experience. Call
(850)380-9179 or
(850)572-2477.
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the willingness to
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We are an Equal
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Find out more Call:
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LOOKING FOR a
babysitter to sit with
a 1 month and an 18
month old, in my
home 4 days a week
from 1pm to 5pm.
Call Jennifer at 623-
0226.
LOOKING FOR a
babysitter to sit-with
a 1 month and an 18
month old, in my
home 4 days a week
from, 1pm to 5pm.
Call Jennifer at 623-
0226.
NOW ACCEPTING
applications PT/FT
no exp necessary
$50 Cash hiring bo-
nus Guaranteed in
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ingGroup.com.
NOW HIRING wait-
ress and cook for
Bayou Cafe in Pace.
Call 994-9232.

Paint & body man
needed, Contact
Floyd at Floyd's For-
eign & Domestic Au-
to Service @ 6345
Hwy. 90,
Milton.623-4045.

POSTAL POSI-
TIONS Available!!
Federal, State, Lo-
cal. $14.00-
$48.00+hr. No Ex-
perience necessary.
paid Training and
Full Benefits. Entry
Levels. Call 7 days
for information.
(888)826-2513 ext.
21A.
PUBLISHER'S
NOTICE
Milton Newspapers,
Inc. (dba The Santa
Rosa Press Gazette
and The Santa Rosa
Free Press) re-
serves the right to
censor, reclassify,
revise, edit or reject
any advertisement
not meeting its
standards of accept-
ance. Submission of
an advertisement
does not constitute


an agreement to
publish said adver-
tisement. Publication
of an advertisement
does not constitute
an agreement for
continued publica-
tion.
SALES $5,500.
Weekly goal poten-
tial. If someone did
it, so can youl 2-3
confirmed appoint-
ments daily Benefits
available. Call Cath-
erine McFarland
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104
General Help

SECRETARY
NEEDED Contact
Floyd at Floyd's For-
eign & Domestic Au-
to Service @ 6345
Hwy. 90,
Milton.623-4045.
Calvin Majors
SEPTIC TANK in-
staller needed. Top
pay, CDL required,
must be dependable
and reliable to work
without supervision.
Basic pay plus com-
mission. Lots of
work. Call 537-9833.


SKILLED/
UNSKILLED

GILCO is a
rapidly
growing company
thatfis ahead in
production and
behind in
personnel. We
need18-25
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
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.
623-5457.


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all for $9,995. 800-
814-6323
BO2000033 Call us,
we will not be under-
sold!
HEARD OF Vem-
ma? #1 in only 5
months! Your own
internet business!
World-wide product
interest! Very believ-
able income figures!
www.vemmabuilder.
com/118796805.
(877)233-5609 Toll
Free.
LOG HOME dealers
wanted. Great earn-
ing potential, excel-
lent profits, protect-
ed territory, lifetime
warranty. American
make- honest value.
Call Daniel Boone
Log Homes (888)
443-4140.
PRIMERICA. A
member of citigroup.
Achieve Your Poten-
tial. We empower
people to achieve
their dreams! At Pri-
merica Financial
Services, a subsidia-
ry of Citigroup, we
show people how to
build their own busi-
ness by teaching
families about finan-
ces. You can work-
at your own pace,
and earn the income
you deserve! Cal
Margarita Vazquez
@ 626-7188 for de-
tails.
VENDERS AND
crafters wanted.
May 7, 9-5 at Har-
vest Community
Church. 2828 Har-
vest Rd. Jay. For
Spring Fling for
grand opening.
Come join in the fun.
Call 675-5609 to,
sign up.
315
Business Services
FLORIDA NOTARY,
Weddings, 994-
6689,After 5:30 pm
DIVORCE $275-
$350*COVERS chil-
dren, etc. Only one
signature required!
*Excludes govt.
fees! Call weekdays
(800)462-2000, ext
600. (8am-7pm) Di-'
vorce Tech. Estab-
lished 1977.


LFATURES TAT -T
STANDARD HI OELI


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


SWill build on Slab or Piers

Artea's largtaV-st^^^^^


Visit our website www.steelehomes.cc


315
Business Services
A-1 TREE Service,
10 years experi-
ence. Shaping,
pruning, trimming,
topping, and remov-
al of trees and
shrubs. Bobcat serv-
ice, stump grinding,
emergency removal.
Fully licensed and
insured, 24 hour
emergency call, free
estimates, special fi-
nancing available,
workman's comp.
Contact James Wo-
mack 251-446-9562
or 251-583-8837.
ABOVE & Beyond
Tree Service. Li-
censed and Insured.
Free Estimates. Ke-
vin. Frey (850) 983-
7820. Call us...or
3ay more!
ADVANCED
VINYL
Systems Inc.
Home Improve-
ment Specialists.
*Florida Rooms
*Screen Rooms
*Patio Covers
*Carports
*and much more!
Call us
Don Sweeney
orTed Brignano at
850-623-5442
5851 Hwy 90
Milton. See our ad
on the Business
Service Directory
ARTHUR KELLER
STUCCO. NEED
STUCCO WORK?
No job to big nor to
small. Call 698-
8327/626-9164.
B & B Home Im-
provements. 25
Years Experience.
Free Estimates. Li-
censed and insured.
850-981-3936, any-
time.
BORDER TO Bor-
der Fencing Compa-
ny. All types of fenc-
ing installed and re-
paired. Specializing
in privacy fencing:
Free Estimates.
485-2532.
BRITTON BROTH-
ERS Inc. Local
Roofing Contractor.
Flat, Shingles, Tile,
Metal. Commercial
and Residential. 14
Shell Avenue, FWB.
Hail Damage? Call
Britton Brothers for a
.FREE Inspection.
850-863-3800.
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.
CLEAN 'N Clear
Pool Service. Afford-
able, Professional
Service. Weekly, Bi-
Weekly & Green
Pool Clean-Up. 850-
308-5117.
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
DIVORCE $275-
$350*COVERS chil-
dren, etc. Only one
signature required!
*Excludes govt.
fees Call weekdays
(800)462-2000, ext
600. (8am-7pm) Di-
vorce Tech. Estab-
lished 1977.
DOUBLE "B" Land
Clearing. Backhoe
Work. Licensed and
Insured. Bryen Bal-
lard. (850)994-5740
or (850)232-1581.
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.
ISLAND CUSTOM
BUILDERS No
waiting list. Paint-
ing, Interior/Exterior
Repairs. Flooring
provided & Installed.
We can handle all
your flood damage
repairs. 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.
Licensed and Insur-
ed. Phone 850-232-
5843
LOCAL HOME Re-
pair. Paint, drywall,
trim & tile. Fence re-
pair & installation.
10 years experi-
ence. Contact Paul
McMullen 850-723-
9767.
MANNING'S MEA
Processing. NOW
OPEN. All types of
meat. Ground, Cu-
bed, Sliced, and
Wrapped. Summer
sausage. Smoked
sausage. Buy Bulk
&
Save!! Wholesale
Meat Prices. Please
call for pricing. Phil-
lip Manning, Owner
850-501-6861.


MCARTHUR'S

STUMP Grinding.
623-6634 Call for
Pat 293-6500 or Call
for Doug 382-0393.


1il4 Sq .fa.t ,495 S-tm


Bdclehaven
Chadwick
Stratford
Norwood
Mayfair
Diplomat
Hampton
Gemini
Inglewood
Ambassador
York
Oxfond
Lexington
Lcxington 4 BR


Baths
I
2
2
2
2
2
2
2.
2
2
2
2
'2
2


Sq. Ft.
1040
1149
1257
1341
1418
1510
1525
1579
1586
1610
1622
1713
1812
1812
1833
1949
2129
2215
2495
1740
2062


Price
64,500
67,200
74300
79,000
79.900
82,600
83Ao400
86,200
93,400
86,800
90,400
92,600
96.400
96.800
111.000
103.200
125,000
120,200
147,600
112,000,
129,300


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


SS.SSTEELE
I AND COMPANY, INCORPORATED
EqO.... **g.p,,naty 6705 N. Pensacola Blvd. 477-7880
FL. Lic. #CRCO44810 Toll Free (888) 231-1255


MOEL OPEN
8:0-:0


315
Business Services

MAYBE, YOU can
do it yourself, but
will you? Dave Kop-
pin Home Improve-
ment, Inc. Specializ-
ing in Small Home
Improvement Proj-
ects & Maintenance.
Cell (850) 346-2496
or (850) 626-6944.
Free Estimates.


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

MOBILE HOME
Brokers. Major and
minor repairs. Re-
roof, patio covers,
screen rooms, level-
ing, locally owned,
operated. Free esti-
mates. 100% Fi-
nancing WAC. Call
857-1051.
NEED AN Attorney?
Arrested? Criminal
defense *State
*Federal *Felonies
*Misdemeanors
*DUI *License Sus-
pension *Parole
*Probation *Domes-
tic Violence *Drugs
"Protect Your
Rights" A-A-A Attor-
ney Referral Service
(800)733-5342 24
HOURS A DAY 7
DAYS A WEEK.
NEW HOPE PAINT-
ING & WALLPA-
PERING *Drywall
repairs & patchwork
*Pressure cleaning
(homes, decks, pa-
tios, driveways &
sidewalks) *Carpen-
try work (crown
molding, paneling,
trim base &'case, in-
stall cabinets & build
decks) Commercial/
Residential.
Interior/Exterior.
Family owned busi-
ness, over 30 years.
Call The 'Ericksens
today! (850)723-
2550 or 623-6034
PRECISION PAINT-
ING & Restoration of
NWFL. Painting,
Waterproofing,
Caulking, Sealants,
carpentry. Mark 454-
8738 or Adam 291-
1128.
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.


Divorce '108, Adoption '80
Name Change '55
FREE Typing, Call for
Worksheet (850) 434-7524
1850 N."W" St.
(1 blk. N. of Flea Market)

RANDALL. BOUT-
WELL, INC. All
types of Drywall
hang, finish, spray,
paint. 850-995-4153
- Office. 3417 Regal
Way, Pace, FL
32571, 28 years ex-
perience.

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".
SORENSEN'S- RE-
MODELING Spe-
cialist. Home re-
pairs, remodeling,
tile, wall texturing,
painting interior and
exterior, wallpaper
and removal, kitch-
ens and baths, cabi-
net refacing. 12
years experience,
Licensed and Insur-
ed, Deal directly with
owner. Call 637-
7044.
STUMP-EASE
STUMP Grinding.
Most removals
$35.00. Discount for
multiply removals.
Backyard Accessible
Licensed & Insured.
Local Contractor.
Retired USN. 232-
8746.


315
,Business Services

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


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

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

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


RED CROSS
Babysitter Course
Certified Teen
available for
babysitting. 13
years old, mature
and responsible.
$3.00 an hour,
.50 an hour each
'additional child.
Call 623-4251.


325
Domestic

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

335
Financial Services

$50,000 FREE Cash
Grants*****_2005!
Never Repay! For
personal bills,
school, new busi-
ness. $49 BILLION
Left unclaimed from
2004. Live Opera-
tors! (800)606-6081
EXT #75.

$50,000 FREE Cash
Grants***** 2005!
Never Repay! For
personal bills,
school, new busi-
ness. $49 BILLION
Left unclaimed from
2004. Live Opera-
tors! (800)606-6081
EXT #75.

INJURED IN An Ac-
cident Need A Law-
yer? All Accident &
Injury Claims*Auto-
mobile*Bike/Boat/Bu
s*Animal
Bites*Workers Com-
pensations*Wrongful
Death*Nursing
Home Injuries A-A-A
Attorney Referral
Service (888)733-
5342 24 Hours 7
Days A Week.

LOANS BY phone.
Up to $1000 in
24hrs. No credit
check! Bank
account
Req. (888)350-3722
www.paycheckto-
day.com.

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
SORENSEN'S- RE-
MODELING Spe-
cialist. Home re-
pairs, remodeling,
tile, wall texturing,
painting interior and
exterior, wallpaper
and removal, kitch-
ens and baths, cabi-
net refacing. 12
years experience,
Licensed and Insur-
ed, Deal directly with
owner. Call 637-
7044.
345
Lawn Care
ALBERT PEAR-
SON'S lawn service.
Senior discounts!
Free estimates! Li-
censed. Albert Pear-
son owner. call 850-
983-1431
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.


JOHN T'S
Lawn Services
ECL, LLC
Mowing, edging,
Sodding. Bush
trimming, Debris
cleaning-ups Local
Company!
Commercial and
Residential. Owner
Operated. Licensed
and Insured.
324-4035.
981-9542.


PAGE'S TREE
SERVICE Trim, cut
& remove. Call 626-
2159 (if no answer,
please leave message)
FIREWOOD $50. a
load and up.
ROPER'S LAWN
Care. residential /
commercial. Li-
censed & Insured.
Serving Milton for 25
years. Free esti-
mates. Call Donnie
Roper
850-626-1792.
350
Senior Care


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


402
Apartments

PACE UNFUR-
NISHED Duplex,
2/1, large yard, cen-
tral heat, washer/dr
yer hook-up, utility
room, carport, no
pets, no hud, lawn
maintenance.
$450/mo $500 dep.
748-3046

UNFURNISHED
DUPLEX. Water,
stove, refrigerator.'
No pets, no children,
no laundry facilities.
Quite neighborhood.
$375/ $375. Call
623-1120.
404
Commercial


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


406
Homes

1 YEAR old house
3br/ 2ba. Omega
Subdivision. Refrig-
erator, stove, dish-
washer, and garage.
Credit check, no
pets, no hud. $900/

$1,000 deposit. Call
748-3046.

COUNTRY 2BR/
2ba East Milton.
$750/ $750. 981-
1090.


406
Homes
2BD/2BA ACRE lot,
fenced yard, sepa-
rate storage,
screened porch and
fireplace. Garcon
Point area.
$124,000. neg. Call
572-5082.
CLEAN, FRESH
Paint, 1600sqft,
Three bedroom
home. Central' H/A,
fenced back yard.
Washer & Dryer
hookups. Now ac-
cepting applications.
Call 850-981-9695.
Leave msg, will call
back asap. $695
month,, $500 depos-
it.
HISTORIC MILTON
3br/ 2ba large
fenced yard, pets
ok, non smoker.
Available 5/1 $900/
$450 Call 981-1195
WATERFRONT
AVALON. Blvd.
Beautiful new 3br/
2ba on deep water
canal with dock and
boat lift. Close to 110
and Garson Point
Bridge. $1700
month plus deposit.
Call 939-9730.
408
Land
BEAUTIFUL
NORTH CAROLINA.
WINTER SEASON
IS HERE! MUST
SEE BEAUTIFUL,
PEACEFUL MOUN-
TAINS IF WEST-
ERN NC. Homes,
cabins, acreage and
investments. Chero-
kee Mountain Realty
GMAC
RealEstate,Murphy
www.cherokee-
mountainrealty.comn
Call For A Free Bro-
chure (800) 841-
5868
GOLF VIEW Bar-
gainI 198/ mo. Nice-
ly wooded home-
sites in upscale golf
community close to
town. A sanctioned
Golf Digest Teach-
Ing Facility, tool Call
toll-free (866)334-
3253 x863.
www.cherokeeval-
leysc.com Price:
$49,900, 10% down,
bal fin 12 mo @
4.49% fixed, one yr
balloon, OAC.

LAND FOR SALE
Refer to
Classification
#510

410
Mobile Homes

2...OFF AVALON
Blvd. 2bd, covered
entry, all electric,
CH&A. just remod-
eled. water and gar-
bage included.
$350/mo $200 dep.
no pets 623-2567 or
623-8753. (4306)

2BR/1BA MOBILE
Home. $375/mo,
dep. & ref.Call 850-
537-6222 or 850-
499-7412.

416
Vacation & Resort

A GATLINBURG
Hot-tub Cabin- Se-
cluded! Sunbathe,
soak in your heart-
shaped Jacuzzi.
Midweek 5-night
special from $395.
Weddings from
$199. Reunion
lodge, $595/night.
(800)726-0989
www.gocabins.com.


506
Homes

3BR/I 2BA located in
Jaime Ridge in Mil-
ton. 4723 Lemoyne
Vista. Includes elec-
tric stove, dishwash-
er, fully, carpeted. A
must see. $150,000
Call 936-6426.

AUCTION 7,542+/-
Acres Divided. Sat-
urday, April 30 10
am. Surry County,
NC. Iron Horse Auc-
tion Company Rock-
ingham, NC.
(910)997-2248
**NCAL 3936
www.mountainvie-
westates.org.
WATERFRONT
LOT in Country
Breeze Estates in
Navarre (Nature at
Its best) $200,000
Call 336-4600 or
626-9972.


506
Homes
FORECLOSED
GOV'T Homes! $0.
or Low down! Tax
repos and bankrupt-
cies! NO Credit O.K.
$0 to low down. For
listings (800)501-
1777 ext 1299.

RENT TO OWN
ANY HOME!.
You pick the home,
we will buy it and
apply up to 50% of
your rent towards
your purchase.
NATIONAL
HOMEBUYERS
ASSISTANCE.
(850)939-0300.or
www.nhba.corh/wf


510
Land
20 ACRES in Milton
partially cleared
$120,000.
1/2 Acre lot in East
Milton, Blocks from
Blackwater Bay, mo-
bile homes ok,
$20,000. 15 acres in
East Milton
$105,000. Linda
Owens, Exit Realty,
850-698-9854.
COASTAL GEOR-
GIA- Gated Com-
munity Large wood-
ed water access and
marshfront home-.
sites. Ancient Live
oaks, pool, tennis,
golf. Water access.
From $64,900. Pre-
construction dis-
counts. www.coop-
erspoint.com
(877)266-7376.
FOR SALE
100X34f Lot. Locat-
ed at the end of
Ward Basin Rd.
$8,500. Call
(662)773-9815.
LAND FOR RENT
Refer to
Classification
1 #408

NC MOUNTAINS-
Panoramic views
and mountain
streams in high ele-
vation between
Boone and Ashe-
ville. Tracts range 1-
5 acres with access
and utilities from
$49,900. (800)455-
1981, x.148
NORTH CAROLINA,
- Mountainview Es-
tates, New Gated
Community of Cus-
tom Full Log Homes.
Preconstruction pri-
ces. .Models open
daily. 5 Miles to
Cherokee-Harrah's
Casino, minutes
from golf. From
$299,000. (877)888-
2224. www.moun-
tainviewestates.org.
SO. GA. Coastal
Property 3+ AC of
Deepwater Ocean
Access from .$345/
mo! Ready to build
in gated community
with many ameni-
ties. Near St. Si-
mon's and Jackson-
ville. Call now!
(877)426-2326. ext
853 Monthly pay-
ments of $344.57
based on $79,900
with 10% down. In-
terest- only pmnt.
w/5.75% fixed rate
for 2 years. Con-
verts to a 15 yr vari-
able loan. Rates
subject to change
w/out notice. Void
where prohibited.

STAFFORD
FARMS in Chu-
muckla. 1.5 acre
lots, restricted.
$25,000. 994-4852
or 393-6042.
VIEWS VIEWS
Views- Helena Mon-
tana 4.7 Acres
$79,900. Ride out
your backdoor to
millions of acres of
national forest! Awe-
some lake and
mountain views,
close to Canyon
Ferry Lake, minutes
to Helena. Soils test-
ed, utilities, ready to
build on. Call owner
(888)770-2240.

512
Mobile Homes


2 BR/1 Ba 12x60
trailer with 15x23
addition on 1/2 acre
lot. Includes washer,
dryer, deck off back
door and storage
shed. New refrigera-
tor, electric stove,
hot water heater, 2
AC units, mini
blinds, carpet and vi-
nyl. $55,000. Call
995-8897 after 6:00.
No lease option.


556
Homes
WESTERN NC
Mountains. North
Carolina. Where
there is: Cool Moun,.
tain Air, Views and
Streams, Homes
Cabins and Acre-
age. Call for a Free
brochure of Moun-
tain Property Sales
call (800)642-5333,.
Realty of Murphy,
317 Peachtree St.,
Murphy, NC 28906..
www.realtyofmur-
phy.com.
560
Land
GUADALUPE RIV-
ERFRONT! Spec-
tacular wide river-
fronts on "Prime"
Texas Hill, Country
location. 10-32
acres w/lots of water
frontage, huge
trees,
panoramic views.
From $300's to
$400's Limited num-
ber available, call
now before they're
gone. (800)609-
7042x 110.
LAKE VIEW Bar-
gain $29,900. Free
boat slip! High ele-
vation beautifully
wooded parcel.
Across from national
forest on 35,000
acre recreational
lake in TN. Paved
roads, u/g until, cen-
tral water, sewer,
more. Excellent fi-
nancing. Call now
(800)704-3154, ext.
608. Sunset Bay,
LLC.
LAND WANTED
Land Investment
company seeks
large acreage in
Florida and Georgia.
Interested in water-
front, timber, and
agricultural lands.
Must have road
frontage or good ac-
cess. Cash buypr
with quick closings.
Call (877)426-2636
or email: landyeti-
veg@aol.com
NEW MEXICO 20
acres $24,900.
scenic region, views,
canyons, tress, roll-
ing hills, wildlife. En-
joy hunting, hiking,
horses, great. cli-
mate. Power, great
access. 100% Fi-
nancing. Call
877)822-LAND!
jETS


706
Livestock Supplies


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


708
Pets
.BEAGLE PUPPIES
HAVE 1ST SHOTS.
9 WEEKS OLD.
$75.00 ONLY
TWO LEFT.
626-2428
WANTED LONG
haired calico kitten.
Call 626-0255.

WANTED:
YORKSHIRE
Terrier puppy.
Can be mixed or
pure bred, papers
or no papers.
Loving home with
no children.
Please call
623-2120 at the
Press Gazette
for Sheena, or
637-7044
after 5pm.


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Lost & Found
PETS


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


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(never worn),
one white, and
one teal. All
three strapless.
Call Sheena,
at the
Press Gazette
623-2120 or
637-7044
after 5pm.


806
Appliances

KENMORE WASH-
ER & Dryer $90
each. Side by side
Refrigerator with ice
and water $150. All
in excellent condition.
Call 995-8730.

REFRIGERATOR
FOR sale $100. Call
324-4035.


814
Furniture

FOR SALE; Queen
sofa sleeper with ex-
tra thick mattress,
excellent condition.
Call 623-3288.

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


830
Miscellaneous
For Sale
BRAND NEW Com-
puter Bad Credit?
No Problem! you're
approved. Guaran-
teed. No credit
check checking, ac-
count required.
(800)507-4855. Blue
Hippo Funding call
now for free bonus.
FREE 4-ROOM Di-
rectv System in-
cludes standard in-
stallation. 2
MONTHS FREE
50+ Primium Chan-
nels. Access to over
225 channels! Limit-
ed time offer. S & H
Restrictions Apply.
(866)500-4056.
HATE RUST
Stains? New Super
Strong Formula Stop
Irrigation RUST! Use
your existing system
Controls Heavy Iron
Stains (866)343-
9515 www.UN-
RUST.com.
HOSPITAL BED all
electric and/or man-
ual. Excellent condi-
tion with mattress
and side rails. $500
Call 939-5534.
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 NOW HAVE
FRESH PRODUCE!
DOUBLE D Farms.
Hwy 89, Allentown.
Quality, Freshly
Picked, Local Straw-
berries. 623-3721 or
983-6925.


830
Miscellaneous
For Sale
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.
MOVING SALE, ev-
erything goes. Furni-
ture, lamps, some
wicker, appliances,
decor, dishes, pool
and yard equipment,
tools, kitchen items,
beds and bedding,
linens, fabrics, sew-
ing machine, Serger
and Rainbow vac-
uum, Christmas
items. Call 932-
5898.
NEVER PAY cable
bills 'Iagain. Own
your complete satel-
lite system, both C
Band and K Band,
for only $279., Call
995-0844.

NEW B.M.W.
mirrors and wipers,
head lights for
Plymouth Voyager,
rear window Ford
Ranger, extra
large tool box
for truck,
refrigerator, large
quantity horse bits
and. saddle pads,
left handed
compound bow.
Milton. 623-0778.

NEW MOTORIZED
Wheelchairs-Scoot-
er Type, and diabet-
ic supplies, at NO
COST if eligible.
Free Delivery! Medi-
care or Private In-
surance accepted.
We come to you!
TLC Medical Sup-
plies. (888)601-
0641.
PIONEER BUILD-
ING SALE!..."Rock
Bottom Prices!"
Beat next price in-
crease. Go
direct/save. 20x26,
25x30, 30x40,
35x50, 40x60,
45x90, 50x100,
60x180. Others, Pio-
neer. (800)668-5422

STEEL ARCH Build-
Ings! Genuine Steel
Master Buildings,
factory direct at
HUGE Savlngsl
20x24, 30x60,
35x50, Perfect Ga-
rage/ Workshop/
Barn, Call (800)341-
7007,
www,SeelMas-
terUSA;oom,


830
Miscellaneous
For Sale




We Deliver & Install
Centipede
St. Augustine
Bermuda
Bailed Pine Straw
Call us first, Save Time
Call us last, Save Money
Hwy'87 So. *Milton
828-8578

REGAIN YOUR in-
dependence with a
new powerchair or
scooter. Call the
SCOOTER Store for
your FREE Mobility,
Consultation. New
scooters starting at
$799. (866)293-
9937.
SPA. MUST Sell, 7
person Deluxe. Nev-
er Used. Includes
Cover. Will Deliver.
Full Warranty. Can
Finance W.A.C.
Payments Under
$100 per Month. In
a
Hurry. Call
(800)980-7727.
SPA. MUST Sell. 7
person Deluxe. Nev-
er Used. Includes
Cover. Will Deliver.
Full Warranty. Can
Finance W.A.C.
Payments Under
$100 per Month. In
a Hurry. Call
(800)980-7727.


Centipede-
SSt, 'Augustine
Farm Direct
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.
WOLFF TANNING
Beds. Buy direct
and
save! Full body units
from $22 a monthly
FREE color catalog
CALL TODAY
(800)842-1305
www.np.eststan.com

YARD MACHINE,
18 hp, twin cam, 42
inch cut $400, Steel
Frame bunk bed
with twin and full
size mattresses
$150 obo. Large
plastic dog carrying
oase $50 obo, Call
628-2970,


832
Miscellaneous
Wanted
CASH PAID for
Hardcover Books
and 1920- 1960 Se-
rial movies (cliff-
hangers). Tel: 850-
623-5416. Please
leave a message.
GLASS CRAFTER
needs empty glass
soft drink bottles, (all
kinds). Not necessa-
rily collectors edi-
tions. Will pick up.
983-8042.
PAY CASH for junk
cars or trucks. Run-
ning or not. Call
983-9527
WANTED: 1991
Pontiac Sunbird
hood in Good condi-
tion. Please call
623-3366.
834
Lost & Found
MERCHANDISE

LOST: Taken
from my home.
100 piece watch
collection, several
pieces of jewelry,
stuffed musical
*turtle with eden
tag. These things
mean a loss of 6
years off my life.
Please return. No
questions asked.
Kennington
Subdivision. Just
leave on front
porch.
Sylvia Wolfe
(the cat lady)


904
Cars
1986 CUTLASS
Cierra, 4-door.
$O1,200 or best offer.
Needs a little work.
Call 626-3551.
Leave message.

1989 NISSAN
300ZX, 6 cyl, 5-
speed, PW, PD, T-
tops, CD, white
w/burgandy int, exc
cond, runs great,
142k, .$4,500. 850-
994-3825.
1992 FORD Tempo
GL. Runs great.
Body Is In good con-
dition, little rust.
Great student driver
car, Asking $1800.
983-6468, evenings.
377-3399, days,
89 EAGLE Summit
for Sale $900, 37
MPG, Runs good,
Call 981-3600 x
68231,


906
Boats
1994 17' Sunbird,
.90 HP Evinrude.
Galvinized Trailer,
New tires and radio.
$5,000 obo. Call
623-9345
95 BLAZER Bass
Boat. 75 HP Yama-
ha, Galvanized Trail-
er, Trolling Motor,
Fish Finder, Cover,
Excellent Condition.
$4,500. Call 983-
7770.
908
Farm Equipment
C.A.D DIGGER
Backhoe, small, pull
-behind. Runs good,
does need work.
$1,800
Murry select, new
garden tractor and
trailer. 17.5 HP, 42
inch cut, less than 5
hours use. $750 Call
850-258-3522.
912
Motor Homes
2002 CONDOR 33ft
with slide. 8,000
miles $49,900. Call
675-0518.
2003 GEORGIE Boy
Cruise Master Motor
home. 36 ft. GM,
gas engine, w/d, 2
slides, towing sys-
tem, electric awning,
generator, and 2
a/c's. 8,000 miles,
Loaded. Call 995-
1505 or cell
(205)310-6730.
SHOP FLORIDA'S
Motorhome- Towa-
ble Head- Quarters.
Giant Recreation
World. 3 locations:
*US 1- Melbourne-
(800)700-1021. *US
1- Ormond Beach
(800)893-2552
*West Colonial
Drive, Winter Gar-
den- (800)654-8475.
916
Sport Utility
Vehicles
1993 BRONCO
XLT. All power, 302,
5 speed, Great
body, many extras.
$3,500. OBO Call
626-3839.

CHEVY SUBUR-
BAN '94, 155,000
miles. Bear A/C,
leather, loaded, tow-
ing package, excel-
lent condition
$7,000
OBO. Call 626-
0228.
918
Trucks
91' CHEVY S-10,
4,3 Liter, V-8.,
$2,500, 994-7286


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* Fence Repair e Installation
* Paint Drywall *Trim *Tile


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Realtor,
850-698-9854
5345 Hwy. 90
Pace, FL 32571
Email: lindaowens@exitrealtynfi.co


10 years experience
Contact Paul McMullen
R50-7.3-Q97R7


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REMODELING SPECIALIST


*Home Repairs *Remodeling
*Tile *Wall Texturing
*Painting Interior and Exterior
*Wallpaper and Removal
*Kitchens and Baths *Cabinet Refacing
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Licensed and Insured
Dpal Directly with Owner


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Office (850) 626-8300
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Call 850-324-9149
or 623-5370


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I ipncpdi &Insdured


Free Estimates
Call Donnie Roper
( (850) 626-1792


Stump


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r, Licensed & Insured
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293-6500 382-0393


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Cement Mason


Patios Driveways Walks


All types ot urywai1
*Hang *Finish *Spray
* Paint Pressure Washing


Free Estimates Quality work


NO JOB TOO SMALL!
Call Billy Rogers for estimate
Phone: (850) 957-4952
Cell: (850) 261-8407 .j


No job too small Affordable prices


850-994-0897


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Pace, FL 32571


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,EONARD ARNOLD, LLQ


Carpentry Home F


Licensed & Insured


850-232-584


SALTER'S FARM
MARKET


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IP SEASONAL PRODUCE
S8855 Chumuckla Hwy.
"-If We Grow It Pace, FL 32571
You'll Like It" Open for Business
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S Residential Cleaning


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your cleaning needs
xFor a FREE estimate call:
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50)748-6922 (850)292-3583
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Precision Painting &
Restoration of NWF


Painting
Waterproofing
Caulking
Sealants
Carpentry Caulking Up The Coast
Carpentry


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454-8738


. Adam


291-1128


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A Free Estimati


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* Discount for Multiple Removals


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-No Truck in Yard


Pool Cleaning


* Privacy Fence


* Siding Repairs


Carpentry Decks Ceramic Tile Drywall


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Affordable, Professional Service


Weekly, Bi-Weekly
& Green Pool Clean-Up


Tami Perdue 850-516-9988


Keith Fowler


850-313-990


850-308-5117


c Mobile Home Brokers
Maior and Minor Repairs


~ Reroof Patio Covers ~
~ Screen Rooms Leveling ~
Locally Owned and Operated
Free Estimates


100% Financing WAC
(850) 857-1051


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Reasonable Rates
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Call for Quote
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& Wallpapering
Intenor & E\venor Commercial & Residential
Drywall
Pressure Cleaning
Wallpapering
Carpentry Work
Call the Ericksens today!
723-2550 6238-6034


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... ... Local Roofing Contractor
others, Flat Shingles 0 Tile Metal
Roofnig contractors Commercial and Residental
Hail Damage? 14 Shell Avenue, FWB
Call Britton Brothers for a FREE Inspection
850-863-3800


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251-446-9562 251-583-8837


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