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

May 4, 2005


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GOing wet: Good or Bad?


Last Florida county to go wet says move brought little


By JOSHUA WILKS
Press Gazette Staff Writer
,With the launch of Grow
Our Local Economy's (GOLE)
petition drive within days, offi-
cials in the last Florida county
to go wet, say residents should
not look for much of a change.


Proponents of taking Santa
Rosa wet predict alcohol sales
will usher in an era of econom-
ic prosperity.
Opponents, on the other
hand, allege such a move would
only increase the number of
DUIs and encourage "undesir-
able elements" like strip clubs


and gay bars.
But in Hardee County-the
last Florida county to "go
wet"---officials say the truth fell
somewhere in between.
"Really, we saw no change
in the crime rate at all," says
Capt. Dennis Lake of the
Wauchula City Police


Department in Hardee County.
"Everything has been the same.
The number of DUIs actually
went down. We did keep some
blue laws, like no sales on
Sunday, but if anything, the
overall number of DUIs has
fallen.",
Major Claude :Harris,


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NEWS


VIEWS

Q .With limited access at the
beach this year, where should
they have the July 4 Blue Angel
show?
TERESA
MALLERNEE
S Why don't
they have it
in Milton?
S' The reason I
don't go is
because it is
in Pensa--
cola."


STEPHANIE
JOHNSON
"Since it's
put on by
the services,
it shouldn't
stay in one
area.
Everybody
should ben-
efit-they
should move it from place to
place."
RENEE
MASTERS
"I think they
should have it
on Pensacola
Beach-that's
where it's
always been,
that's where it
should be."


KEVIN
BURRIS
"I don't
think it shou-
;uld be
moved. It
" night set a .
precedent
for not being
'at the beach.
The Blue .
Angels show
is synonymous with the beach-
we don't want to lose the
resulting publicity."


JOE
BOWMAN
"If they can
find room for
everyone,
they should'
have it at the
beach like
they always
do, but only
if it's safe.
Or, they
could have it at Whiting."


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As Friday afternoon began, Milton's big Relay for Life
event was moving into full swing at the PJC campus
here. (Above) Two participants laugh at a front-page pic-
ture of the Press Gazette showing a Santa Rosa County
worker who dressed as a woman to raise money for the
event. (Left) Members of the band, A Little Variety, pro-
vided entertainment. By Saturday morning, Mother
Nature was getting involved and increasing downpours
ultimately forced the event to be cut short. Relay for Life
events, in which participating teams take turns keeping
a team member walking a track, use the marathon to
raise funds for the American Cancer Society. Similar
events have recently been held in communities across
the Panahandle.


Medical Center group plans 'crafty' event


By JOSHUA WILKS
Press. Gazette Staff Writer
Whether it's your fine china
and grandmother's silver, or
paper plates and plastic forks,
you can make a crafty place set-
ting for entertaining.
If you're not sure how to do
this, you can learn how to
"fluff" your table at the Santa
Rosa Medical Center Women's
Auxiliary Council "Set for
Celebrations"-a program
hosted to raise money for the
Kathy Russell Medical
Scholarship to be held this
weekend.
"We're still accepting ladies
who want to participate and
show off their skills," says event
organizer Cecile Stephens.
"It's a way to give people ideas
on what they can do with their
own stuff."
Stephens says the event is
primarily geared toward ladies,
but men are always welcome
and she says men usually enjoy


seeing the different settings.
Among those arrangements,
inside and outside settings.
"It's a fun and educational
thing to have every year,"
Stephens says. "Some are
whimsical while others are seri-
ous."
Tickets are available now
for the event that will feature


tables set for all types of cele-
brations, including dinner par-
ties and other special occasions.
The proceeds from the
event will raise money for the.
Kathy Russell Scholarship, a
fund awarded-to an employee of
the Santa Rosa Medical Center
for continuing education. The
scholarship is in Russell's


memory, who was a member of
the Women's Advisory Council
and long-time educator.
Tables will be on display
for both inside and outside
occasions on Friday and
Saturday, from 10 a.m. to 3
p.m. at St. Mary's Episcopal
Church Parish Hall at 6850 Oak
See EVENT, Page 3A.


Sange to area
Hardee County Sheriff's Office
agrees. "I can't say there has
been any noticeable difference
with DUIs or arrests. We did
have several new restaurants
open, but there has been noth-
ing noticeable in crime."
Hardee County officials
See DRIVE, Page 6A.


Flags


needed

Festival hopes to
raise $10,000 for
area schools.


By DEBORAH NELSON
Press Gazette Staff Writer
Booth space is still avail-
able for an upcoming festival to
raise money for county
schools-and organizers say all
vendors are welcome to partici-
pate in the event, planned for
the Memorial Day timeframe.
"We're' opening it up to
everybody with an interest in
helping the schools," notes fes-
tival organizer Brenda Roland.
Organizers say they hope
the event, themed "United We
Stand" will inspire the commu-
nity to overcome Ivan's damage
and prepare for this year's
storm season, (now less than 30
days away) as ell as raise
money for clasro-.om iags.
It's scheduled to happen
Saturday, May 28, 10 a.m. to 4,
at the American Legion head-
quarters on Spike Lane.
All proceeds go toward
buying American flags for
county schools. Florida's
Legislature recently ruled that
by August 1, all schools must
display the flags, but did not
provide funding to purchase
them.
An estimated $10,000 will
be necessary to buy and install
all the flags needed throughout
Santa Rosa.
Senior Volunteer organizers
R.S.V.P., American Legion Post
78, and WEBY radio are host-
ing the event.
Planned activities include a
volunteer recognition ceremo-
ny, Tuffy the Horse and other
mascot visitors,.a raffle and free
entertainment-plus food ven-
dors, free disaster preparedness
kits, and other events.
Raffle tickets are $1 or 6 for
$5. Prizes include donated dis-
aster preparedness items such
as a generator, chainsaw, hurri-
cane lamps, flashlights and a
box of D-cell batteries.
Organizers note that other
donations are welcome to add
to the effort.
Guests may also register to
volunteer with various disaster
relief efforts.
Health care, disaster, safety
and other informational booths
are scheduled to appear-
including the Red Cross,
FEMA, Inter-Faith Ministries
and Citizen Corps.
Booths are $30. To reserve
one, call RSVP at 983-5220.
Nelson @ sr-pg.com


Jay Rodeo gets underway this Friday


By DEBORAH NELSON
Press Gazette Staff Writer
Cowboys and cowgirls sad-
dle up this weekend for Jay's
Third Annual Pro Rodeo.
The rodeo kicks off at 8
p.m. Friday and extends to
Saturday-at the Ted May
Arena in Jay.
Organizers note the event
is fully sanctioned by the Tri-
State Rodeo Association.


The scheduled lineup
includes bareback riding, bull
riding, saddle bronco riding,
team and calf roping, steer
wrestling, and women's break-
away and barrel racing.
A number of activities just
for children (ages 4-12) are also
planned, including a "calf
scramble" to catch a ribbon tied
loosely around a calf's tail. The
winner will receive a Dixie
Outfitters' T-shirt.


"Be sure to bring your
hearty cowpoke appetite too,"
say organizers. Texas
Roadhouse barbecue plates, hot
dogs, hamburgers, sausage, and
nachos are some of the food
that will be available at the
event.
The Jay High School
Quarterback Club, the
FRIENDS of Jay Organization,
and the Ted May Arena are
sponsoring the rodeo.


Organizers note all pro-
ceeds will be donated to area
youth programs.
Admission is $8 for adults
and $6 for children. under the
age of 12. Ted May Arena is
located east of the traffic light
on Highway 4 in Jay. For more
information, call 675-1646.

Story written by Deborah
Nelson. Reach her at:
Nelson @ sr-pg. corn


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Sheriff's Report


April 15 thru April

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
Bates, Ernest Albert; Male;
58; 160 The Trails, Brewton,
AL; Nonmoving Traffic
Violation-Drive While
License Suspended Habitual
Offender. 4/18/05
Craig, Brandon Leslie;
Male; 24; 107 W Street,
Franklinton, LA; Nonmoving
Traffic Violation--Operate
Motor Vehicle Without Valid
License, Marijuana
Possession-Over 20 Grams,
DUI 1st Offense. 4/17/05
Garletts, Bruce William;
Male; 37; Trice Road, Pace,
FL; Failure to Register as a
Sexual Offender. 4/18/05
Heald, Jennifer Scalfield;
Female; 39; 220 Ruby
Avenue, Pensacola, FL;
Cocaine Possession, Narcotic
Equipment Possession-And
or Use. 4/18/05
Cobb. Otis NMN, Male;
67; 7512 St. Joseph Street,
Milton, FL; Larceny-Theft is
$300 or More But Less Than
$5000. 4/18/05
James, Roy Dale; Male; 32;
5406 Persimmon Hollow
Road, Milton, FL; Probation


Violation-Felony-Or
Commty Cont. 4/18/05
Dawson, Karen Christine;
Female; 29; 7620 Chablis
Circle, Navarre, FL; DUI 1st
Offense. 4/17/05
Wallace,. Brian Austin;
Male; 27; 6464 Cedar Street,
Milton, FL; DUI 1st Offense.
4/17/05
Alcala III, Jesse Benjamin;
Male; 21; 2717 Augustus
Road, Navarre, FL; Probation
Violation-Felony-Or
Commty Cont. 4/19/05
Cail, Crystal Loraine;
Female; 22; 4072 Charles
Circle,' Pace, FL; Larceny-
Theft is $300 or More But Less
Than $5000. 4/19/05
Douglas, Thomas Keith;
Male; 38; 4520 Arcadia Street,
Milton, FL; Probation
Violation-Felony-Or
'Commty Cont. 4/19/05
Kennedy, Bobbie Ann;
Female; 26; 608 Happiness
Drive, Mary Esther, FL;
Burglary-Of Dwelling
Unarmed No Assault or
Battery. 4/19/05
Mitchem, Anthony Earl;
Male; 36; 10107 Starbust Trail,
Milton, FL; Failure to Register
as a Sexual Offender. 4/19/05
Schwitzerlett, Charles
Thomas; Male; 43; 8800 Bright
Oak Circle, Milton, FL;
Probation Violation-Felony-
Or Commty Cont. 4/19/05
McKinney, Jonathan J.;
Male; 24; 5308 Weslyan Drive,
Pace, FL; Larceny-Theft
$300 or More But Less Than


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Bryan, Christopher L.;
Male; 19; 6677 Brock Avenue,
Milton, FL; Failure to Appear
for Felony Offense. No
Booking Date
Vandever, Michael W.;
Male; 21; 5160 Catalina Street,
Pace, FL; Damage to Property-
Criminal Mischief. No
Booking Date
Gavaghan, Shane Timothy;
Male; 18; 9775 South Trace
Road, Milton, FL; Probation
Violation-Felony-Or
Commty Cont. 4/19/05
Holley, Randy Alan; Male;
35; 1409 Montecito Blvd.,.
Milton, FL; Probation
Violation-Felony-Or
Commty Cont. 4/19/05
Parker Jr., Charles Edward;
Male; 30; 4710 Fowler Drive,
Pace, FL; Failure to Appear for
Felony Offense. 4/19/05
Bowers, Derrick R.; Male;
21; 19852 Hilltop Lane,
Seminole, AL; Kidnap
Minor-Interfere With
Custody. 4/20/05
Coburger, Joshua Ryan;
Male; 25; 421 North N Street,
Pensacola, FL; Probation
Violation-Felony-Or
Commty Cont. 4/20/05
Kuhns, Travas Wesley;
Male; 23; 7451 Westgate
Drive, Milton, FL; Probation
Violation Felony--Or
Commty Cont. 4/20/05
Mack, Jason Rolon; Male;
27; 8805 John Hamm Road,
Milton, FL; Probation
Violation-Felony-Or
Commty Cont. 4/20/05
Merino, Lawrence Scott;
Male; 38; 6709 Contentment
Street, Milton, FL; Battery-
Touch or Strike, Burglary-
With Assault or Battery.
4/20/05
Simmons, Tony Herbert;
Male; 26; 6855 Quinn Street,
,Milton City, FL; Larceny-
$20,000 Less Than $100,000.
4/20/05
Svetlik, Rodney
Christopher; Male; 32; 698
Georgia Street, Crestview, FL;
Probation Violation-Felony-
Or Commty Cont. 4/20/05
Fournier, Daniel Kevin;
Male; 37; 1 Orlene Road, Mary
Esther, FL; "Fugitive Fror
Justice. No Booking Date


Candelaria, Mark Alan;
Male; 25; 5501 Inwood Drive,
Pace, FL; Drugs-Possession-
Controlled Substance Without
Prescription, Marijuana
Possession-Not More Than
20 Grams, Narcotic Equipment
Possession-And or Use.
4/19/05
Everett, David Franklin;
Male; 42; 6430 Skyline Drive,
Milton, FL; Probation
Violation-Felony. No Booking
Date
Dyer Jr., Gary Joe; Male;
38; 2964 Laurel Drive, Gulf
Breeze, FL; DUI 1st Offense.
4/20/05
Hackney, James Michael;
Male;, 25; 2101 Scenic
Highway, Pensacola, FL; DUI
1st Offense. 4/20/05
Quinn. Kannisha Greenlee;
Female; 20; 78 5th Street,
Shaliamar, FL; DUI 2nd
Offense. 4/19/05
Brown, Jeremiah Wesley;
Male; 21; 6897 Carson, Milton,
FL;. Failure to Appear For
Felony Offense. 4/22/05
Coffield, Steven Charles;
Male; 28; 13109 Hwy. 87N,
Jay, FL; Contempt of Court (2
cts.) 4/24/05
Gavaghan, Shane Timothy;
Male; ,18; 9775 South Trace
Rd, Milton, FL; Contempt of
Court. 4/22/05
Kelly, James Earl; Male;
34; 12901 Rose Rd., Willis,
TX; Aggravated Battery-Cause
Bodily Harm or Disability.


4/22/05
Kennedy, Stephanie Marie;
Female; 25; 4239 Star Ct.,
Milton, FL; Sex Assault-By 24
YOA Older Sex Batt.Victim 16
or 17 YOA.
Kirkpatrick, Jason
Andrew; Male; 31; 208 Green
Meadows Drive, Kings
Mountain, NC; Probation
Violation-Felony. 4/24/05
Risher, Cristobal; Male; 40;
1605 Lahaina Ct., Gulf Breeze,
FL; Out-of-State Fugitive from
Justice. 4/22/05
Rooney, Sydney Kathleen;
Female; 23; 5346 Wales Ave.,
Pensacola, FL; Probation
Violation-Felony. 4/22/05
Lowrey, RayHilton; Male;
39; 6245 Blue Angel Parkway,
Pensacola, FL; DUI Alcohol or
Drugs 2nd Offense. 4/24/05
Ducksworth, Marvin
Laronjay; Male; 25; 5095
Martin Luther King Dr.,
Milton, FL; Marijuana-Possess
Not More Than 20 Grams,
Cocaine-Possess With Intent to
Sell Mfg Deliver Etc Schedule
II, Narcotic Equip-Possess And
or Use. 4/26/05.
Hall, Darrell James; Male;
37; 120 Cyril Drive, Pace, FL;
(non-arrest) Traffic Violation-
Unlawful for Operator to
Possess an Open Alcoholic
Beverage, Drive While Lic
Suspended 3rd or Subsequent
Offense, Aggravated Assit on
Officer Firefighter EMT Etc,
Resist Officer Obstruct W/O
Violence, Disorderly.Conduct.


4/26/05
Medieros. Donald Joseph;
Male; 52; 2046 Adams St.,
Navarre, FL; Battery-Touch or
Strike, Cruelty Toward Child
Abuse W/O Great Harm.
4/25/05
Cummins, Christopher
Mark; Male; 44; 8006 Malone'
Road, Milton, FL; DUI.-
4/26/05
Eikens, Felicia Ann;
Female; 25; 3570 Marjean
Drive, Pensacola, FL; Drive
While License Suspended,
DUI Alcohol or Drugs 1st
Offense, Resist Officer With
Violence. 4/27/05
Gould, Michael Alexander;
Male; 26; 6531 72nd Ave N
Apt, Pinellas -Park, FL;.
Probation Violation-Felony;,
4/26/05
Marko, Stephen Michael;,
Male; 53; .1 Lake Avenue,
Mary Esther, FL; Failure to
Appear for Felony Offense, Hit
& Run-Fail to Stop Remain at
Crash Involve Injury, Operate
Motor Vehicle W/O Valid
License. 4/26/05
Smith, Ryan Levi; Male;
23; 46 3rd St, Shalimar, FL;
Probation Violation-Felony.
4/27/05
Stewart, Ronald Bryan;
Male; 41; PO Box 310,
Bagdad, FL; Sex Asslt By 24
YOA Older Sex Batt Victim 16
or 17 YOA, Kidnap Minor-
Interfere With Custody.
4/27/05


Chick-fil-A opens May 12


By JOSHUA WILKS
Press Gazette Staff Writer


Chick-fil-A will be opening
in Pea Ridge next Thursday,
May 12.
The new facility, will have
two dining rooms and an indoor
playground for youngsters.
"We are here for the com-
munity 'and just want to give
back to residents," says store
owner Mark Nicklson.
Nicklson says there will be
an overnight celebration before
the grand opening, -
"There will be ice creamrn
and free'dfinks."
General Manager Donnie
Roberson expects hundreds to
show up for the party. The free
event will provide samples of
sandwiches and ice cream.
"I've seen overnight Chick-
fil-A parties," Roberson says,
"and we've had over three hun-
dred people show up in the
past."
The big draw? The first 100
customers on opening morning
will receive a free Chick-fil-A
sandwich each week for one
year.
Chick-fil-A was founded
more than 60 years ago by S.


Truett Cathy with the three
principles:
Listen:to the customer
Focus on getting better
before trying to get bigger
Emphasis on quality.
The company reached $1
billion in sales in 2000.
The Pace store is hiring,
and job opportunities include
tuition assistance.
Chick-fil-A is a 10-time
recipient of Restaurants and


Institutions magazine's "Choice
in Chains" Customer
Satisfaction Awards.
Despite being closed on
Sunday, Chick-fil-A stores
receive more in sales per unit
than McDonald's and Burger
King, officials note.
For more information, or to
apply for employment, call
994-9095.
Reach writer at:
Wilks@sr-pg.com


,Evening of Sitcoms'


slated for May 12-14


By DEBORAH NELSON
Press Gazette Staff Writer


The Santa Rosa Literary
Society presents "An Evening
of Sitcoms," May 12, 13 and
14, at the Imogene Theater.
Performances start at 7:30
p.m.
Subtitled "A Comedy in
Two Acts," the show features a
series of locally-written
, ignettes:
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"Roaming Charges," by
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"Silver Threads," by Myra
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And "The Opportunist," by
Elisa Austin.
Prior to performances,
Southern Side UP, a collection
of short stories by local authors
will be available for purchase
and signing-beginning at 6:30
p.m.
Tickets are $10, and may be
reserved through the Literary
Society, at
SantaRosaLitSoc@aol.com.
They're also available at the
Santa Rosa 'Chamber of
Commerce, and may be pur-
chased at the door.
For more info call 418-
5036.
Story written by Deborah
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Inmates returning to hurricane-ravaged jail


By DEBORAH NELSON
Press Gazette Staff Writer
The Santa Rosa County Jail
is once again receiving "guests"
at the facility's four-pod com-
plex.
* Sheriff's deputies trans-
ferred inmates from Escambia
County, State and Okaloosa
County housing facilities to
Santa Rosa's Jail earlier this
*eek. Officials say they plan to.
have all remaining transfers
completed by Saturday.
Sixty-three inmates who
were temporarily housed in
Okaloosa County were sched-
uled to be returned last
Tuesday. According to the
Sheriff's Department-room-
ing those inmates has cost the
county a total of $150,000.
"We've got them all back in

Bill would

create roads

authority


By DEBORAH NELSON
*Press Gazette Staff Writer


A bill working its way
through Florida's Legislature
would allow Panhandle coun-
ties to look outside of govem-
qent for future Hwy 98
upgrades.
House Bill 1681 would
establish a Northwest Florida
Transportation Corridor
Authority to oversee improve-
ments to Hwy. 98 and connect-
'ing segments.
Santa Rosa Commission
Chair Gordon Goodin says he
expects the measure to pass into
law shortly.
The bill introduces "public/
private," for-profit development
of the corridor, as well as sever-
al other funding options which
dould, ultimately, usher in toll
r4ads.
'a Officials say toll possibili-
ties include "value priced" rates
that fluctuate according to traf-
fic conditions.- ....
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phone system works," notes
Please see BILL, Page 6A.


one place whdre we're not hav-
ing to run back and forth
between here and Okaloosa
County," notes Sheriff's
spokesperson Jerry Henderson.
"It's definitely a lot easier, man-
power-wise.
Although most of the
Sheriff's building is still non-
operational, jail "pods" recently
passed air quality, tests, thus
rendering them once again hab-
itable. Each holds 120-140

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St. in Milton, and at the Milton
Clubhouse, located across the
street in historic downtown
Milton.
The list of displays is grow-
ing, but the following women
have already agreed to show
their talents: Gale Thames,
Heather Cassida, Linda
Northrop, Jean Home, Paula
Lou Mapoles, Clairen Reese;
Janet Rothbart, the Milton
Woman's Club, the Crestview
Woman's Club, and Cecile
Stephens, Chairman of the
event.
The tickets for the event are
$5 and can be purchased from
WAC members or at the door
during the event, and will also
be on sale starting Monday at
Top's Appliance in Milton.
For more information, or to reg-
ister for the event, call Cecile
Stephens at 623-9635.


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inmates.
Until total repairs are com-
plete, the State Prison, located
across the street, will still pro-
vide food services for jail
inmates. And booking, medical
and other services must still be
based in on-site portable build-
ings.
"(The prison) needed their
bed space back very badly,"
says Henderson. "They've been
great to us, but we're glad we
could get that back to them as
soon as possible."
The jail and sheriff's offices
suffered heavy damage when
Hurricane Ivan's winds tore the
roof off and the associated
storm dumped thousands of
gallons of water inside.


Most of Santa Rosa's
inmates were evacuated from
the building during the hurri-
cane, but one jail pod remained
in use while the 144,000 square
foot building was being
repaired.
Work on the facility's inte-
rior halted last November, how-
ever, when mold growth was
discovered inside the wall
spaces. All remaining employ-
ees and prisoners were vacated
at that time.
Male inmates were trans-
ferred to the State prison, and
female prisoners to Okaloosa
County's jail, at a cost of $42
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Company's coming

Until jow, both Santa Rosa County and the
state have been dealing with growth in a manner
similar to inviting guests to your home and not
having enough food to feed them or accommoda-
tions to make them comfortable.
"Vision" plans and long-term assessment pro-
grams of dealing with growth have obviously
failed to keep pace with the influx of newcomers
moving to not only Santa Rosa County, but also to
the state...in record numbers.
Many of our roads have reach capacity, storm
drainage-due to growth-has become a major
problem, our schools are busting at the seams and
law enforcement is being stretched so thin that
keeping crime under acceptable control is in jeop-
ardy.
Public services that people expect are being
compromised and at a level that is threatening our
quality of life.
We all now realize, growth isn't paying for
itself and local and state planners are scrambling to
find new sources of revenues to deal with the
hordes of newcomers flocking to the Sunshine
State.
We're told Santa Rosa County has grown to a
level that is 50 percent of the national average
between 1990 and 2000. And we can only suspect
it may even be higher than that since 2000.
The course that must be considered centers
around the old Boy Scout motto-"be prepared."
While we clearly recognize our growing prob-
lems, we are simply not prepared. Evidence of that
fact lies in the need for more teachers, more class-
rooms, and more schools, all of which represents
considerable revenue needs. We need more sher-
iffs' deputies, additional patrol cars and law
enforcement equipment. We clearly need more and
better roads to accommodate the increased traffic.
The list of public service needs is getting longer
and we're falling further and further behind in try-
ing to keep.
Again, we're not prepared. One of the main
solutions is to start now devising a plan that calls
for construction of new schools, budget dollars for
road and highway improvements and additional
deputies and the equipment they need so that we
can be better prepared for those wanting and wait-
ing to move here.
It's like the analogy we mentioned of inviting
guests to our home. Before our guests arrive, we
have our shelves stocked, our refrigerators full of
plenty of food and all the amenities in place to
assure they feel welcome.
What must also be recognized is, to success-
fully be prepared means additional expenses and,
in the case of dealing with our growth issues, this
means we all must be prepared for the costs
involved.
Our governmental leaders can only do so
much and the rest of us must have a clear mindset
to consider all possible revenue sources.
That means the possibility of a local option
sales tax, impact fees on new construction, higher,
permitting fees and possibly increasing the local
option gas tax.,
There should be no sacred cows in finding
solutions to problems that have the potential of
diminishing our quality of life-including delay-
ing future development until we have our house in
order.
It will prove a difficult challenge, but it is one
we cannot fail to meet.


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Santa Rosa must vote dry


FM: BILL BLEDSOE
Dear Editor:

It has been said (and I might add: with some
veracity) that the so-called "dry" laws of Santa Rosa
are somewhat hypocritical.
The voters of Santa Rosa County must stay the
course they have maintained since 1919: DRY.
True, there is no total dry law here, but half a loaf
is better than no loaf at all.
Reports from official records of eminent sociolo-
gists, criminologists, economists, corporate heads,
educators and government agencies ten years after the
repeal of the national prohibition clearly demonstrate
that America was "drowned" in the damaging and
destructive results of "legal" alcohol. (The Truth
About Prohibition, Dr. Deets L. Pickett, 1963, well
document).
Pickett uses information from annual reports of
the FBI which reveal that in 1940, there were 600,000
alcoholics (not including "social" drinkers and
addicts) and by 1960, there were five million. What
happened to the tired argument that there will be less
drinking if it is available?
He further cites a U.S. Supreme Court decision in
which they concurred with the "national attitude" that
the government should NOT license anything that is
inimical (a threat to, or an enemy of) the general wel-
fare, and, further, that traffic in liquor had NO natural
rights. (Crowley vs. Christensen 137 US 86, 11 Sup,
Ct 13.)
I Iin his book, he referen-es a Congressional
Committee report: "...that the liquor trade (U.S.
Brewers Association, the brewers and allied interests)
furnished large sums of money for the purpose of
secretly controlling newspapers and periodicals. (66t
Congress, 1919, Senate Judiciary Committee.)
It was a ploy of the brewers and interests to refuse
to advertise in a newspaper if that publication printed
negative reports about the industry. That was their
legal right, be it ethically or morally wrong. The same
practice is used today among numerous industries,
businesses and organizations.
The same committee also reported that the infa-
mous liquor industry frequently succeeded in control-
ling primaries, elections and political organizations.
Much of the debate over legislative issues occurs in
the famous "watering holes" in the Beltway. No
doubt, it also happens in all State Capitals, large
cities, even Tallahassee. Of course, your favorite
politician would never admit it publicly.
That same Judiciary Committee reported that the
liquor trade and its interests organized clubs, leagues
and corporations of various kinds for the sole purpose
of "secretly" carrying on their political activities with-
out their interests being known to the public. True
today?
Congress has allowed "527s" to exist essentially
doing the same work cited in the above report. It
allows them to circumvent other restrictive laws on.
illegal political activities. Election cycles 2000 and
2004 clearly demonstrate this.
The notion (actually a myth) that National
Prohibition was a dismal failure is a diversion from
' the facts that our present society is tainted and
deplorable from the results of open liquor laws.


MAY 4, 2005




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If you think for one minute that the Sandshaker
and the "Prom" incident in Escambia County are iso-
lated incidents, your head is in the sand.
This alcohol issue ("wet/dry" does not do justice
to the larger picture) is religious, moral, ethical, eco-
nomical, legal, social and Constitutional in nature. All
these areas play a vital part in the total debate.
I have yet to hear just one logical, sensible, sober
argument in favor of total wet laws that were any-
where near being reasonable. I'm still listening.
Santa Rosa County voters have been aware of the
problems that result from free-flowing liquor. That is
why they have consistently, since 1919, voted DRY.
I realize alcohol is abundant in Santa Rosa
County. My plea is that IF you drink, please stay in
your house and then, vote dry.

Don't waste money on the beach

FM: HARRY BUCKLES
Dear Editor:

How stupid we mortals are.
Putting sand on a sandbar we know will be
washed away just doesn't make sense.
I often said, if I were king for a day, I would not
allow any permanent structures on any barrier island.
Barrier islands would be used only for recreation or
military training when appropriate.
For those who need to follow the money, there are
big dollars to be made in recreation. Spaces could be
leased for such things like concession stands, bath
houses, restrooms, and even a motel with air condi-
tioning using temperr tents" such as the Navy's Fleet
Hospital concept.
I resent any tax dollars, whether they be federal,
state or local, being used to renourish or rebuild
Navarre Beach or any other beach on a barrier island.
I am sure, as a leaseholder on Navarre or Pensacola
Beach, I would think it is a bargain just as I would if
the taxpayers would landscape my yard every few
years.
Roger Blaylock, Santa Rosa County Engineer, is
quoted as saying, "Navarre Beach is a relatively sta-
ble beach. The erosion occurs only with storm
events." Isn't that what they are designed to do? He
went on to say, "In 1995, Erin and of course, Opal,
had tremendous impacts on our dune system. Then
came Hurricane Georges in 1998. We have never
recovered from those three storms and then, Ivan
came through."
I think, since the beach doesn't recover from one
storm to the next, we the people would be better
served if we take the opportunity to buy out the lease-
holders that have been wiped out rather than to
rebuild after a storm event.
Over time, without insurance of FEMA to subsi-
dize the renourishment and rebuilding of the homes
and businesses on the barrier islands, people would
think twice before building in harm's way.
If we had businesses and recreation facilities
which could be taken down as a hurricane approach-
es, stored and then put back up when the storm pass-
es, much of the millions of dollars in damages could
be eliminated.


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You Spoke Out,

Santa Rosa...
Sunday, 10:26 p.m.
This is T.J. I'd like to know if
the Sheriff can provide more
patrol in neighborhoods that are
having problems with careless
drivers?
Editor's note: Absolutely.
Just call *the sheriff's office.
They will attempt to provide
additional coverage in troubled
areas.

Sunday, 11:00 a.m.
This is Charlie. I'm calling
about the Wednesday comment
about the rock company on
Stewart Street. I also think it is an,
eyesore. I think the operation
should be fenced or moved to the
county's Industrial Park. I own
property there and .1 think it
affects everybody.

Saturday, 5:36 p.m.
My name is John, I keep hear-
ing about how going wet will
bring in more business. Pigeon.
Ford Tennessee is dry and has all
sorts of business. I'm a native
Santa Rosan and am very proud
of it.

Saturday, 4:55 p.m.
This is Doris. I was reading
the article about the lady who
wrote in and said Santa Rosa was
backward. I don't think we are
backward. I am a native of the
area. We never needed alcohol in
the past and we don't need it now.
If you feel that way, why don't
you move?

Saturday, 11:51 a.m.
I was watching TV last night.
It said FEMA paid more than
$100,000 on toys. Would some-
one please call and tell me what
the emergency was?

Friday, 2:41 p.m.
While I was arguing the
wet/dry issue, it was pointed out
that our cough syrups are up to
25% or more alcohol. We need to
be wet or dry and if we're going
to be dry, we need to get it all out
of the area.

Friday, 2:12 p.m.
How careful we are to choose
our doctors. We should be just as
careful in choosing our pharmacy.
I am so pleased with my pharma-
cy.


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Four busted, $1.8 million in meth nabbed in operation


By DEBORAH NELSON
Press Gazette Staff Writer
The Santa Rosa
County Sheriff's Office
Narcotics Unit nabbed four sus-
pects and seized $1.8 million
worth of methamphetamine-
following a pair of search oper-
ations in Milton and Jay.
The first warrant
turned up almost 2,000 grams
of the substance at 7280 Haylo
Road, March 24.
The street value of that bust
was valued at $191,737. Police
say they also found 24 grams of
marijuana and various chemi-
cals used in the production of
methamphetamine during the
search.
The following persons
were subsequently arrested:
Rex Allen Phillips, 43, of
Milton, was arrested March 25
and released on a $100,000
bond.
*Phillips was charged with
possession of marijuana over 20
grams, listed chemicals, narcot-
ic equipment and drug para-
phernalia; sale of methamphet-
amine, and distribution of mari-
juana. '
Stacy Harris Wales, 34, of


is still ongoing and more arrests
may be upcoming.
Story written by Deborah
Nelson. Reach her at:
Nelson@sr-pg.com
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EARLIER WILLIAMS


Milton was arrested April 8 and
later released on a $250 cash
bond. Wales was charged with
possession of drug parapherna-
lia.
Police executed a second
search warrant April 12, at 2982
Russell Wade Road in Jay.
That search revealed a total
of 16,465.947 grams of
methamphetamine, with a street
value of $1.6 million.
Police also fund "a small
amount" of marijuana, various
listed chemicals used in the


JENNIFER NORWOOD


production of methampheta-
mine and a small indoor mari-
. juana growing operation.
The following persons
were arrested:
Earlie Demond Williams,
41, of Jay was arrested in
Escambia County on April 14
and later released on a
$100,000 bond.
Williams has been charged
with trafficking in methamphet-
amine, possession of listed
chemicals, narcotic equipment
and marijuana under 20 grams,


REX ALLEN PHILLIPS


and cultivation of marijuana.
Jennifer Lynn Norwood,
36, of Jay was arrested April 13
and later released on a '$7,500
bond.
Norwood was charged with
possession of methampheta-
mine and marijuana under 20
grams.
Through the two opera-
tions, police seized a total
18,382 grams of methampheta-
mine-valued at $1.8 million.
Police say the investigation


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Garden events blossoming


By DEBORAH NELSON
Press Gazette Staff Writer
Stroll through the flowers,
pick up a few growing tips, or
just hang out with some fellow
green thumbs-a slate of
upcoming Pensacola garden
shows may be just the thing to
carry area plant lovers into the
summer growing season,
Escambia County
Extension Service's Spring
Garden Festival happens May
14, and the Pensacola
Federation of Garden Clubs
holds its "patriotic" Memorial
Day Flower Show on May 30.
Spring Festival organizers
say they hope the Spring
Festival will help post-Ivan
families get back into storm-
decimated 'gardens and start
growing again.
"In response to the tremen-
dous loss of individual gardens
and landscaping as a result of
Hurricane Ivan," say organiz-
ers, "the Escambia Master
Gardeners and the County
Extension Service want to do
their part to give our residents a
new start."
In that spirit, festival visi-
tors will receive a free "starter
plant"-while supplies last.
George Rogers is scheduled
to offer home building informa-
tion.
And vendors will be on,
hand with a variety of plants for
sale; and garden demonstra-


tions, tool sharpening (limited
to two items) and home build-
ing information will also be on
the program.
Copies of the "Simply
Southern" Garden Guide will
also be available at the event;
The volume offers monthly
growing advice for the area.
The festival is a joint effort
by the Extension Service and
Escambia's Master Gardeners
Association.
And the Memorial Day
Show, themed "Sweet Land of
Liberty," offers 12 design class-,
es worth of entries.
Topics include
"Independence Day Razzle
Dazzle," and "Flying With the
Angels-the Blue Angels."
Horticulture entries are
designed: with "Flowering of
Freedom" in mind.
"So, when you finish view-
ing the downtown parades, stop
by the Garden Center and enjoy
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The event also incorporates
six educational exhibits.
Donations go toward
Pensacola's Veterans' Memorial
Garden.
The Spring Festival is
scheduled for Saturday, May
14, 8:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. at
the Extension's Demonstration
Gardens. The Gardens .are
located at 3740 Stefani Road.
For more information call 475-
5230.
The Memorial Day Flower
Show happens on Memorial
Day, May 30, 11 a.m. to 4 p.m.
at the Garden Center, 1850
North 9A Ave. For more infor-
mation call 432-6095.


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later, in January of 2001, the
sales began.
The move left only six of
Florida's 67 counties dry-
Santa Rosa is one of those six.
In February, Navarre resi-
dent Chuck Pohlmann formed
GOLE with the intent of bring-
ing the issue of alcohol sales
back to Santa Rosa voters for
the seventh time.
The trend in the three previ-
ous elections suggests support
for alcohol has not grown here
in the last century, but the coun-
ty has-grown at a tremendous
rate since the last election more
than a decade ago.
Most recently (in 1977),
opponents defeated alcohol
sales by 2,576 votes, 649 votes
in 1988, and 3,965 votes in
1993, according to county
records.
Santa Rosa has been dry
since 1907. There was a point
in 1886 when the county was
wet for about a year, but it was
later removed.
In 1918, the State of Florida
went dry, and then in 1919,
Prohibition dried up the whole
country.
Although Prohibition was
repealed in 1933, the county
has remained dry ever since.
Church groups who histori-
cally fight alcohol sales say, if
passed, the sales would increase
crime and bring businesses like
package stores and nightclubs
to the county, which would
influence underage drinking,
drunk driving, domestic vio-
lence, robberies of liquor stores
and other crimes.
While much smaller in pop-


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ulation (about 23,000 people)
Hardee County was similar to
Santa Rosa in many ways.
(The dry county was surround-
ed by wet areas and pro-alcohol
factions argued the move was
necessary for growth.) The
2000 referendum was preceded
by two votes in 1947 and 1977.
Hardee County went wet by
a margin vote of 25 percent.
Like Santa Rosa, Hardee
County has three municipali-
ties, which include the city of
Wauchula.
According to the National
Highway Transportation Safety
Administration, after going wet
in 2001, Hardee County had
less than five alcohol-related
fatalities.
Madisonville, Kentucky is
similar. That area "went wet"
in 1992. According to
Madisonville police statistics
from that year, the city was dry
for the first six months of 1992
with 171 DUI offenses, and 48
adult intoxication arrests. After
Madisonville went wet on July
1, the next six months saw
DUIs decrease to 145 and adult
intoxication decline to 43
offenses-even though the sec-
ond six months included the
popular "drinking" holidays of
July 4, Thanksgiving and
Christmas.
Hardee County officials say
the Kentucky move was similar
to theirs.
Like Santa Rosa, officials
say the 2000 vote in Hardee
saw the county divide-much
along religious and moral lines.
The lead opponent, Pastor
Grant Hignight of the New
Hope Baptist Church in Hardee
County says he feels like going
wet was "a step in the wrong
direction," but admits things did
not unfold as he feared: "I can't
see that it had any of the
adverse effects that we feared,
but it has only been four
years...it is still new, plus, we
are a small county."
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confirm there has not even been
an attempt to open strip clubs,
gay bars, etc.
"The fact of the matter is,"
says Hignight, "the vast amount
of people who want to drink are
going to do so. They were
already going to nearby coun-
ties...that's where the shopping
was and is.
"As far as I can tell, our
community has not been bet-
tered by being wet," he says.
"There are some businesses that
got licenses, but they were
already selling wine and beer."
Hignight, a native of
Wisconsin, says he has not seen
a difference in the restaurant
businesses. He says when he
goes out to eat, he doesn't see
anyone drinking alcoholic bev-
erages.
"The moral climate here is
still about the same," Hignight
says. "The opportunities it was
going to create have not materi-


alized yet, that I can see."
But for attempts at trying to
get the county dry again,
Hignight says it's not worth the
effort.
"When you take an issue
that many deem to be based on
moral values, the effects cannot
really be known for a genera-
tion or more" Hignight says.
"We've taken a look at it and
just moved on. If the alcohol
does become an issue, then I'm
sure it will be addressed...by
law enforcement, education and
the community at large."
It's still unclear if the issue
will ever make it to Santa Rosa
County voters. Once GOLE's
petition drive begins, the group
has only a limited time to gar-
ner more than 25,000 signatures
to bring the issue to a vote.

Story written by Joshua
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Goodin.
Existing roads would not be
subject to tolls.
Goodin predicts the meas-
ure will open up regionalized
roadway planning that won't
necessarily require adding extra
lanes to improve the decaying
traffic flow.
"Most communities don't
want any more than they have
now," Goodin contends. "It's an
opportunity for us to put a
Master Plan together that lets us
determine, ahead of time, what
all the side effects and chain
reactions would be."
"Regional Transportation
(officials) are already meeting
to discuss where it makes sense
to do this," says Goodin.
Corridor improvements
would encompass Highway
98's footprint, as well as
bypasses, connectors, streets,
feeders and other roads, bridges
and other connectors.
Property located along new
corridors could be subject to
forced sale for the project-the
Bill would give the Authority
the power of eminent domain to
"acquire" private or public
property to locate, construct,
and clean up after corridor
improvements.
That includes interconnec-
tivity routes and other connec-
tor segments-potentially
bringing a number of outlying
properties into the purview of
eminent domain grabs-a con-


cept that has some residents
concerned.
The bill also gives the
Authority the power to con-
demn property as needs dictate.
Goodin says the State buy
might not be unwelcome news
to some.
"Some people want it-it's
a sure-fire way people can be
assured of getting top dollar for
properties," says Goodin. "It
takes out all the negotiations
and all the headaches (of selling
property)."
He notes, however, there
are always "holdouts" who
don't want to sell.
If approved, the project
Master Plan would be due by
July 1, 2007, but Goodin notes
projects would likely begin
before that time.
Authority oversight would
fall under appointees from
Escambia, Santa Rosa, Walton,
Okaloosa, Bay, Gulf, Franklin
and Wakulla Counties.
Projects would be eligible
for government grants and
loans and the Authority would
be allowed to contract with-
and accept contributions
from-private entities, as well.
The State Department of
Transportation would have the
option of lease-purchase from
the Authority and could use tax
money for construction, opera-
tions and maintenance if tolls
don't cover them.
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Vets Plaza lists contributors


By DEBORAH NELSON
Press Gazette Staff Writer


There's still plenty of room
left to contribute to Santa
Rosa's Veteran's Memorial
Plaza.
The Santa Rosa Fleet
Reserve hosts a -ceremony,
Memorial Day, at the Plaza,,
starting at 1100. A full schedule
of activities is planned, and 4-H
will cook hotdogs and ham-
burgers for veterans, for dona-
tions.
To donate to 4-H to cover
that cost, call Jamie Hudson, at
994-8501.
Individual and business
contributions .are all wel-
come-organizers say they're a
bit disappointed by county
business participation thus far.
"Less than 100 have done
something," says coordinator
Ralph Nesenson.
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more out there who may still
wish to contribute to the monu-
ment.
The county borrowed gen-'
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to underwrite the initially-antic-


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The Florida Department of Transportation (FDOT), District Three, has
scheduled two Public Information Meetings regarding the design/build of
the new Interstate 10 bridges' ver Escanibia Bay, Escambla and Santa
Rosa Counties, Florida. These meetings are being held to present the _______M___1,_00
proposed design and other project information to the public. Both
meetings will present the same information and will be held from 5:30
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and south of the existing bridges. Preliminary work is expected to start this
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estimated to last about two and a half years. A brief project presentation
will be given at 5:30 p.m. Afterthe presentation, project graphics and other
project-related information will be available for public review. FDOT
representatives will be ava ilab le during the meetings to answer questions and
discuss the prje ct.

You are invited and encouraged to attend either meeting. Persons with
disabilities who may require special accommodations at the meeting,
under the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990, "should contact
David Bogan, Project Manager at (850) 981-2802, prior to the meeting.
If you have any questions about the meeting or the project, please
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ipated $700,000 cost, but even-
tually hopes the Plaza will
repay the fund. Already,
Nesenson's group has raised
hundreds of thousands of dol-
lars to help replenish the coun-
ty's kitty.
But there's always room for
one more.
"Of 12,000 licensed busi-
nesses in the area, we have sup-
port from less than 1 percent,"
says Nesenson, "which is sad."
"Especially when you turn
around and consider that in this
area, almost 95 percent of the
business patrons are veterans or
related to veterans."
"If it wasn't for veterans,"
Nesenson points out, "you
wouldn't have a business."
The following businesses
have already contributed to sup-
port the Memorial:
Business Contributions
Clarks Lock & Safe
Santa Rosa Sunrise Kiwanis
Publix Super Market
Airlift Technologies Int'l
Dr. Eduardo Puente M.D.
Remax Horizon Realty
Mickelson Construction
Services
Crown Health Care Laundry
Services : 1
Texas Road House
Batter's Box Family Fun Center
First National Bank of Florida
ERA Bill Wallace Realty
Alternative Health Food Store
Robert Althar, M.D.
Santa Rosa Gastroenterology
Local Yokel
Design by Dixie
The Heritage of Santa Rosa
County
Herons Forest Development
Co.
Edge Family Chiropractic
Gospel Projects Inc.
Opus South Construction Corp.
Roberts Pools
Fisher Brown Insurance
Precision Tech Pensacola
Locklin and Jones P.A.
Weby Radio 1330 AM
Cedar Pines Campground
Milton Fire Local 2944
Cardinal Development
Gabby's Flowers
Fabre Engineering &
Surveying
Golf Solutions
Cat Country 98.7 WYCT
C & S Automotive
SquareOne Medical Inc
Santa Rosa Medical Center
Rural/Metro Ambulance
Gulf Power Co
Santa Rosa County Sheriff,
Milton and Gulf Breeze Police,
and Santa Rosa Correctional
Institute.
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Pen Air Federal Credit Union
Dr John Van Ostenbridge
Forsyth House
Jay Monument
Navarre Beach Leaseholders
and Residents Association
Covenant Church of God
*Home Satellite Solutions
Blue Angels Classic
Milton High Class of 1959
SR Fun Bunch of Santa Rosa
Santa Rosa Sheriffs Posse
Park Avenue Pharmacy
DBA Country Market
Wheat & Rouse CPA's
Kell Recovery
Patterson Automotive
ARK Animal Hospital Inc
Lewis Funeral Home
Truckers USA Enterprises Inc
Truckers 24 HR Road Service
Navarre Sunrise Optimist Club
Winkles Pharmacy,
Walmart Pace
Fil_Am Assn of Pensacola
Point Baker Water System
Ken Kincaid, State Farm Ins.
Cook's Paint and Body Shop
Inc
Santa Rosa County Tourist
Development Council
Joe Baker Construction
The Cupper 'Possum
Pace Assembly of God Church
Avalon Bowling Center
Tarhaar & Cronley
Hickory Hammock Baptist
Margaret Porter Insurance
Santa Rosa Taxi
James R Edgar, Contractor
Freeman's Roofing
Santa Rosa Health and Rehab
SRC Chamber of Commerce
Pace Chamber of Commerce
Jay Chamber of Commerce
Sorensen's Refinishing Co
Air Products and Chemicals Inc
CH2M Hill Inc.
Peoples First Community Bank
Morgan Investment Services,
Inc.

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Reach her at:
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Bagdad

Market Day

is Saturday
Bring a lawn chair and sit a
while at the Historic Bagdad
Market Day this Saturday at the
Bagdad Museum on Church
Street in Bagdad. There will be
food, crafts and fellowship.
"It will be like talking a walk
back in time," says event organ-
izer Luci Bailly. "People can
bring their lawnchairs or blan-
kets and sit a while under the
oaks' canopies around the
museum."
Crafts will include linens,
tablecloths, blankets, wall
hangings, window treatments,
gourmet dips and spices,
cheesecake mixes, crochet
doilies, bead and glass earrings,
small jewelry bags, decorative
switch plates, spring wreaths,
handmade jewelry and more.
The menu includes fried
mullet, grits, hush puppies,
baked beans, cole slaw, and the
choice of homemade ice cream.
The flavors include mango,
peach, peppermint, orange,
chocolate, vanilla, and straw-
berry.
The Bagdad Museum is one
block west of the First Baptist
Church in Bagdad.
Throughout the day, there
will be walking tours of historic
sites in Bagdad, including
buildings, waterfronts and the
historic cemetery.
The history of Bagdad
dates to the 1840s when
founder Joseph Forsyth chose
the spot on Pond Creek and
Blackwater River and named it
after the Biblical reference of
two great rivers in the city of
Baghdad.
The lumber mill at Bagdad
was in operation for 111 years,
until its closing in 1939, after
the Great Depression and just
before World War II.
Famous residents of
Bagdad include, aviator
Jacqueline Cochran, the first
woman to break the speed of


sound.
"It's an unspoiled, down-
home atmosphere," Bailly says.
"There will also be a lot of nice,
friendly people."
For more information, call
698-0600.
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It's a Dance Dance Revolution:


Pace teen uses game to dance away 70 pounds


Ask 'Ole




Chief




"Chief, I've heard that we
retirees do not have to pay
into SBP (Survivor Benefits
Program) after our 70th
birthday. Is this correct?"

Nope! Now, there is PRO-
POSED legislation out there
that may change SBP. I don't
deal with "pie-in-the-sky I
only tell folks that the law is.
not what it may be in the
future.
I do know that there are bill
in both the U.S. House and
U.S. Senate asking for changes
to SBP. You should ask one ot
the veterans organizations or
professional military associa-
'tions about their legislative
plan for this Congress. Joining
one of these groups will benefit
both you and the organization.
I belong to four, three as a life
member, and they all ha e leg-
islative plans for this Congress.
Each month I recei-e some
type of bulletin that contains
information about proposed
changes and new changes to
current laws!
The last change to SBP was
I the removal of Social Secunrty
offset when the spouse reaches
Social Security'age. This is the
change that Jeff Miller got
through the last Congress.

"What does it take. Chief.
to get my drugs from the VA
medical system?"

This is a question that is
answered on a real regular
basis and I don't mind answ er-
ing it again. VA medical s\ stem
-.will provide drugs to all honor-
"ably discharged veteran \itLh
24+ months of military sern ice
and have a family income of
less than $31,000 per year.
You'll have to pay $7.00 per 30
day prescription. It will cost
$15,00 to see the VA's doctor
($50.00 top see a specialist).
But, before you can receive
medical care or drugs, you
must enroll in the VA health-
care system. This process will
take between 3 and 4 months.


By JOSHUA WILKS
Press Gazette Staff Writer
It's not about fighting in this
revolution, but about dance-
dancing-at least for one Pace
High School student.
Like many other 17-year-
olds, Kyle Caminiti spends his
Friday nights with friends in an
arcade where they dance to the
popular Dance Dance
Revolution video game that
requires entire-body move-
ment.
In the days after Hurricane
Ivan, with nothing else to do,
Kyle earned money to buy the
home version of the Dance
Dance Revolution video
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six months, he danced away
about 70 pounds.
"I do it just for fun," Kyle
says. "It's just a game to have
fun and challenge yourself."
Caminiti, a Pace High
School sophomore, says the
game has become an obsession.
"When I first saw it, I
thought it was the dumbest
thing ever," Kyle says. "Now I
do it almost every day that I'm
not working."
Players stand on a three-
foot-square metal mat with an
arrow on each side-pointing
up, down, left and right. Arrows
scroll up the video screen to the
beat of more than 100 tunes-
from techno to country-cho-
sen b\ the pla.er. As arrows
motes acros- the screen, the
player steps on the corre-
sponding arro%' on the platl-
lorm. Hidden sonys are
Sunc'otered as players
improve their speed and
scores.
Sounds eia N
enough to 'ome.
but throV min
combi-
na I ons
or multi-

arrows.
add the


quick speed of skilled players,
and the game is as--or even
more-challenging than an aer-
obics workout class. Most
beginners are flushed in the face
after only one or two songs.
"Sometimes I just play it
until I pass out," Kyle says,
"But sometimes, I just get up
here and act a fool."
Kyle usually gathers with his
friends Ryan, "Bumm" and
Logan at Oops Alley in Pace on
Friday nights where they dance
all night long, competing
against each bther. Kyle says
he has played up to six hours.
"I'm not as good as they
are," Kyle says. "We just play it
for fun."
Kyle modestly admits he
isn't "that good," but
bystanders stand
close and mar-


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Chumuckla Congressman in the Top Ten of all House Members


Washington, D.C. -
According to the widely-antic-
ipated annual Rating of
Congress released today by the
non-partisan National
Taxpayers Union (NTU), the
average lawmaker still voted
less than half the time to
reduce or control the federal
burden on taxpayers.

During 2004, 59 lawmakers
attained Taxpayer Scores suffi-
cient for a grade of "A" (78
percent in the Senate and 74
percent in the House), and
hence were eligible for the
"Taxpayers' Friend Award" -
a major improvement over the
29 who earned top grades in
2003. However, the trend wors-


ened on the other end of the
scale 230 Senators and
Representatives captured the
title of "Big Spender" for post-
ing "F" grades in 2004 (versus
185 the year before). For 2004,
the "F" threshold in both cham-
bers was a score of 19 percent
or lower.

Among the recipients this
year was Congressman Jeff
Miller (R-Fl-01), who ranked
number 10 out 435 Members
of Congress, based on his sup-
port of responsible tax and
spending policies. Miller also
ranked number 1 among the 25
Florida Members of Congress.

Unlike those of other organ-


Jell Miller
izations, NTU's annual Rating
does not simplistically focus on
only a handful of equally-
weighted "key votes." For this


reason, it has received praise
from lawmakers on both sides
of the aisle, including former
Senator (and "Golden Fleece
Award" creator) William
Proxmire (D-WI). The Rating
is based on every roll call vote
affecting fiscal policy (182
House and 93 Senate votes for
2004), and assigns a "Taxpayer
Score" to each Member of
Congress that indicates his or
her commitment to reducing or
controlling federal spending,
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The 350,000-member NTU
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Obituaries


In Loving Memory of My Mother
Josie Nell (Coleman) Taylor
May 18,1924 May 8,1990
A-hearl of gold stopped beating, two shin-
ning eyes at rest. God broke our hearts to
prove lo us He only takes the best. A mil-
lion limes we've need you, a million times
we've cried and missed you so much. Now
to your grave we travel to place flowers
with care. But none know the heartache as we turned and
leave you there. If tears could build a stairway and
heartache make a lane. We would walk the path to heav-
en and bring you home again. Its been 15 years Mom,
Happy Mother's Day from your son, Bobby T. And memo-
ries of my Aunt Ruby Terry, Iram Williams, Anice Shelton,
Willie Morton, Lucie Coleman and memories of my grand-
mother, Rosa Coleman and Georgetta Taylor. We all miss
you. I love and miss you Mom.
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McNeely,
Geneva Marie
1921 -2005
Geneva Marie McNeely,83,
of Pace, passed away on
Tuesday, April 26, 2005 in a
local nursing facility.
Mrs. McNeely was born in
Chafee, Missouri on May 11,
1921. She has lived in the
Northwest Florida area since
1959.
She was a member of the
First United Methodist Church
of Pace.
Mrs. McNeely is survived by
her husband of almost 60
years-Neel Houston McNeely
of Pace; 2 daughters-Sandy
Key of St. Petersburg, FL and
Jacque (Bill) Cooke of Pace; 1
Sister-Virginia McCullough
of Pace; 3 grandchildren-
Brian Key, Jocelyn (Michael)
Higgins, and Branton Cooke; 1
great grandchild-Mattie
Higgins.
Funeral Services for Mrs.
McNeely were at 12:00 noon,
Friday, April 29, 2005 at the
First United Methodist Church
of Pace with Rev. John Webb
officiating.
Burial followed in the
Memory Park Cemetery with
Lewis Funeral Home directing.
Active Pallbearers were
Brian Key, Branton Cooke,
Michael Higgins, Curtis
Williams, Kyle Downs, and Art
Brown.
Honorary Pallbearers were
Waymon Cook, Roy Roberts,
Don Bray, and Ed Padgett.
The family received friends
beginning at 11 a.m. Friday,
April 29, 2005, prior to the
funeral services at the First
United Methodist Church of
Pace.
Lewis Funeral Home of
Milton was in charge of


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and Meeting at the Gulf Breeze


arrangements.

Anderson, Jean
1926 2005
Jean Anderson, age 78, of
Milton, died Tuesday, April 26,
2005 in Longnont, Colorado.
She was a native of Paris,
Illinois, and had resided in
Milton since 1983.
She was preceded in death
by her husband-G. David
Anderson and her son-Bobby
Anderson.
She is survived by 3 sons-
David Scott Anderson, Michael
Chris Anderson, and Joseph
Lance Anderson; 1 daughter-
Rianne Anderson; 16 grandchil-
dren and several great grand-
children.
The family received friends
Sunday, May 1, 2005, at the
Donnie Sowell Funeral Home.
Services were conducted 10
a.m., Monday, May 2, 2005 in
the funeral home chapel. Rev.
Gerald Shelton officiated with
burial in Barrancas National
Cemetery.
Donnie Sowell Funeral
Home of Milton was in charge
of arrangements.

Wolfe,
Walter Leonard
1915-2005
Leonard Wolfe, age 89,
passed away in a Mobile,
Alabama hospital.
He was bom on November
18, 1915 to Gladys and Walter
Wolfe in the Springhill
Community of Northern Santa
Rosa County. Mr. Wolfe was a
graduate of Allentown High
School. He was employed by
the Milton Post Office and
served as Postmaster from 1972
until his retirement.
He was a charter member of


Recreation Center, 800
Shoreline Drive, Gulf Breeze,
on Tuesday, May 10, at 6:00 P.
M. Guest speaker will be
Rosalie Shaffer, Conservation
Chair of the Northwest Florida
Group of the Sierra Club, who
will speak on the
Environmental Resource
Permitting Program, a state
program for wetlands and
stormwater regulations. There


the Santa Rosa County
Chamber of Commerce and was
named Man of the Year by that
Organization for 1973. He was
a member of the Milton
Kiwanis Club. He served as a
president of the National
Association of Retired Federal
Employees, and was a member
and 2-term Chairman of the
Pensacola Junior College Board
of Trustees. He was an Elder in
the RLDS (Community of
Christ) Church, and served as
Pastor at the Coldwater and
Milton Branches.
He was preceded in death by
his parents; his wife-Allie Carr
Dozier Wolfe; his brother-H.
Trammell Wolfe, and his sis-
ter-Grace Jones.
Mr. Wolfe is survived by his
son and daughter-in-law-
James and Doris Wolfe of
Mobile; grandson and grand-
daughter-in-law-Casey and
Sonja Wolfe of Rockville, MD;
and 2 great grandsons-Ian and
Lucas Wolfe.
Mr. Wolfe has many surviv-
ing relatives in Santa Rosa
County, too numerous to name.
Funeral services for Mr.
Wolfe were held at 11 p.m.,
Monday, May 2, 2005 at the
Lewis Funeral Home Chapel in
Milton, with Elder Ed Strachan
and Elder Howard Grayson offi-
ciating.
Burial followed in the
Coldwater RLDS (Community
of Christ) Church Cemetery
with Lewis Funeral Home
directing.
Active pallbearers were
Mike Wolfe, Robert Shell, Rex
McDonald, Ray Wolfe, Wayne
Crutchfield, and Wayne
Blocker. Honorary pallbearers
were members of the Milton
and Coldwater Branches of the
Community of Christ Church.
Lewis Funeral Home of


will be door prizes and a book
exchange. Car-pooling is avail-
able. In Milton riders should
meet at the Beall's Shopping
Center parking lot on Highway
90 and in Navarre at the Publix
Shopping Center parking lot.
There will also be car-pooling
available in Pace, at the Park
and Ride at Hwy 90 and
Woodbine Road. Car pool rid-
ers should meet at 5:00 P. M.


Milton was in charge of
arrangements.

Richardson,
Ernest (Hoppy)
1921 -2005
Ernest (Hoppy) Richardson,
age 84 of the Harold
Community, passed away
Thursday, April 28, 2005 in a
local nursing facility.
Mr. Richardson was a mem-
ber of Pleasant Home Baptist
Church and Masonic Lodge 349
F & AV. He lived in the area
since 1936 and was a local cab
driver in the Milton area for
many years.
He was preceded in death by
his father and mother-Willie
and Liza Richardson; brothers
Robert, R.B., and James
Richardson and sister-Ruth
Richardson.
He is survived by 2 broth-
ers-Paul (Margaret)
Richardson of Milton, and
Charles (Lloydetta) Richardson
of Pensacola; 2 sisters-Betty
Andrews of Harold, and Mary
(Dobson) Justice of Milton; and
sister-in-law-Ida Richardson
of Harold.
Funeral services for Hoppy
were 3:30 p.m., Sunday, May 1,
2005 in the Lewis Funeral
Home Chapel with Rev. Mark
Oaks and Rev. Jim Liberacki
officiating.
Burial followed in the
Harold Cemetery with Lewis
Funeral Home directing.
Active pallbearers were his
nephews.
Honorary pallbearers were
the Masonic Lodge members.
Special thanks to the staff of
Santa Rosa Health and Rehab
Center for their special care.
Lewis Funeral Home of
Milton was in charge of
arrangements.


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Finance Committee will meet
Monday, May 9, 2005 at 2 p.m.
in Conference Room B at
Milton City Hall, 6738 Dixon
Street. For further information
on the meeting, contact the
City Manager's Office at 983-
5411.


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Community


March Community


Pride Awards given


The Milton Garden Club
presented their Residence
'Community Pride Award" for
March to Robert Miley on
Escambia St., Milton. Robert
also maintains his
Grandmothers' lawn next door
and says daughter Sydney is
always eager to help. Thank
you Robert and Sydney for
adding to the beauty of our
community.


The Milton Garden Club
presented their business
"Community Pride Award" for
March to Mike Elliot, owner of
Dogwood Square at 5147
Dogwood Drive, Milton, for
landscape improvements along
the entrance to the square.
Thank you, Mike for keeping
up appearances in our commnu-
nity.


Robert Miley with his daughter Sydney


Legals


IN THE UNITED STATES DIS-
TRICT COURT .FOR THE
NORTHERN DISTRICT OF
FLORIDA
PENSACOLA DIVISION
Case No. 3:02cv261/MCR

UNITED STATES OF AMERI-
CA NOTICETO BIDDERS
EMERGENCY WATERSHED
PROTECTION PROJECTS

Notice is hereby given that the
Board of County
Commissioners of Santa Rosa
County, Florida, will receive
sealed bids for the CR 182
Emergency Watershed
Protection Project.

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. Bids received after
the time set for the bid opening
will be rejected and returned
unopened to the bidder. All
interested parties are invited to
attend.
Plans and specifications may
be secured from the Santa
Rosa County, Procurement
Department, at the above
address for a non-refundable
cost of $25.00. Telephone
(850) 983-1833.

-There will be a Pre-bid
Conference and site showing
on May 18, 2005 at 8:00 a.m. at
tI~e Blackwater Soil and Water
Conservation Office located at
6285 Dogwood Drive, Milton,
Florida, 32570. It is strongly
commended that all interest-.
ed parties attend the showing.

The OWNER may make such
investigations as deemed nec-
essary to determine the ability
of the BIDDER to perform the
work, and the BIDDER shall
furnish to the OWNER all such
information *n, d ri for this


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purpose as the OWNER may
request. The OWNER
reserves the right to reject any
BID if the evidence submitted
by, or investigation of, such
BIDDER fails to satisfy the
OWNER that such BIDDER is
properly qualified to carry out
the obligations of the AGREE-
MENT and to complete the
work contemplated herein. The
low BIDDER will be required to
perform at least 50% of the
contract work with. its own
employees. Each BIDDER
shall submit experience infor-
mation in the specified form.

All offers are subject to the
work requirements and other
provisions and clauses incor-
porated in the solicitation in full
text or by reference. Offers pro-
viding less than 60 calendar
days for County acceptance
after the date offers are due
will not be -onsidered and will
be rejected. An offer guarantee
is required.

All work and workmanship
must be of good quality and
adhere to all applicable" laws
and regulations. Contractor
must possess all necessary
licenses.

The. Board of County
Commissioners reserves the
right to waive irregularities in
bids, to reject any or all bids
with or without cause, and to
award the bid that it deter-
mines to be in the best interest
of Santa Rosa County.

Santa Rosa County does not
discriminate on the basis of
race, color, national origin, sex,
religion, age, or handicapped
status in employment or provi-
sion of service.
By order of the Board of
County Commissioners of
Santa Rosa County, Florida.
050405
050405
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Pursuant to ch 713.585(6)
85/09 f.s., Donna Caiazzo, as
authorized Title Specialist for
Fleet Pro, Inc. will sell the fol-
lowing to the highest bidder
subject to any liens; net pro-
ceeds deposited w/clerk of
court per 713.585; owner/lien-
holders right to a hearing per
713.585(6) .85.09 f.s.; to post
bond per 559.917 f.s.; owner
may redeem vehicle for cash
sum of lien; all sales held
w/reserve; inspect 1wk prior
@ lienor facility; cash only;
anyone interested ph
(850)477-0074 or 292-2911;
Sale date'5-23-05 @1pm @
104 E. 9 Mile Rd., Pensacola,
FL' 32534 1983 Kenworth
VIN#1 NKCLB9X1 DK198600
lien amt. $2,069.40 for
labor/services and storage
charges. Owner#l: Wood
Masonry Supply, Inc., 1116
Wood Cir, Boone, NC 28607;
Lienholder: Northwestern
Bank, PO. Box 1910, Boone,
NC 28607; Owner #2: Dolly
Marie Boyd, RO. Box 121,
Abingdon, VA 24212;
Customer: Ronald Willis,
Nicholas, MS; Lienor: Fleet
Pro, Inc., 5811 Myrtle Road,
Milton, FL 32583, ph
(850)623-2224.
050405
050405

Notice of Public Sale

Pursuant to ch 713.585(6)
85.09 f.s., Donna Caiazzo, as
authorized Title Specialist for
Miley's Garage will sell the fol-
lowing to the highest bidder
subject to any liens; net pro-
ceeds deposited w/clerk of
court per 713.585; owner/lien-
holders right to a hearing per
713.585(6) 85.09 f.s.; to post
bond per 559.917 f.s.; owner
may redeem vehicle for cash
sum of lien; all sales held
w/reserve; inspect 1wk prior
@ lienor facility; cash only;


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anyone interested ph
(850)477-0074 or 292-2911;
Sale date 5-23-05 @ 1pm
@104 E. 9 Mile Rd.,
Pensacola, FL 32534 1998
D o d g e
VIN#1 B3ES47C5WD717052
lien amt. $514.50 for
labor/services and storage
charges. Owner: Troy Al!en
Colvin, 5441 Borden Rd,
Milton, FL 32583;; Customer:
Troy & Kristi Colvin, same
address; Lienor: Miley's
Garage, 530 Elva St., Milton,
FL 32570 ph (850)623-6929.

050405
050405

RESOLUTION
WHEREAS, Freddie & Lennie
Malone PETITIONED the
Board of County
Commissioners of Santa Rosa
County, Florida, to vacate,
abandon, discontinue and
renounce any interest and
right of the public in and to the
following described property
to wit:

The following right-of-way in
recorded subdivision of
Ollinger Tract at Deed Book P
page 166 as recorded in the
public records of Santa Rosa
County, Florida:

That portion of unnamed road
right-of-way between lot 4,
Block 49 and Lot 3 Block 50.


AND WHEREAS, The Board
of County Commissioners
determined to have a public'
hearing for the purpose of
considering the advisability of
vacating and abandoning said
rights-of-way, and
WHEREAS, the Board of
County Commissioners has
on this the 14th day of April,
2005, conducted said public
hearing in conformity to the
said publication of their intent,
and
WHEREAS, after hearing all
comments concerning said
vacation of the above
described rights-of-way, the
Board, being fully advised,
and it being determined that
the public interest will be best
served and protected by
vacating and abandoning said
rights-of-way, therefore,

BE IT RESOLVED by the
Board of County
Commissioners of Santa Rosa
County, Florida, that the said
rights-of-way as herein set out
and described are hereby
vacated and any and all inter-
est to the public shall revert to
and be vested in the proper
owners thereof.


APPROVED AND ADOPTED
by a vote of 5 yeas, 0 nays and
0 absent, of the Board of
County Commissioners of
Santa Rosa County, Florida,
this 14th day of April, 2005.

050405
050405

NOTICE OF INTENT TQ
CONSIDER AN ORDINANCE
The reading and adoption of
the following proposed
Ordinance by the Board of
County Commissioners of
Santa Rosa County, is sched-
uled for 9:30 a.m., May 26,
2005, in the Commissioners
meeting room at the
Administrative Complex, 6495
Caroline Street, Milton,
Florida.
AN ORDINANCE ADOPTING
RULES AND REGULATIONS
FOR PUBLIC PARKS AND
RECREATIONAL FACILI-
TIES IN SANTA ROSA
COUNTY; PROVIDING FOR
PENALTIES FOR VIOLA-
TIONS THEREOF; REPEAL-
ING ORDINANCES 87-39
AND 97-30; PROVIDING FOR
SEVERABILITY; AND PRO-
VIDING FOR AN EFFECTIVE
DATE.
The proposed Ordinance may
be inspected by the public
prior to the above scheduled
meeting at the Office of the
Clerk of Courts or BOCC
Office, 6495 Caroline Street,
Milton, Florida. All interested
parties should take notice that
if they decide to appeal any
decision made by the Board of
County Commissioners with
respect to any matter coming
before said Board at said
meeting, it is their individual
responsibility to insure that a
record of the proceedings they
are appealing exists and for
such purpose they will need to
insure that a verbatim record
of the proceeding is made,
which record shall include the
testimony and the evidence
upon which their appeal is to
be based. Interested parties
may appear at the meeting
and be heard with respect to
these proposed ordinances.

050405
050405

NOTICE TO BIDDERS
EMERGENCY WATERSHED
PROTECTION PROJECTS

Notice is hereby given that the
Board of County
Commissioners of Santa Rosa
County, Florida, will receive
sealed bids for the- Spitfire
Street Emergency Watershed
Protection Project.


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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.
Bids received after the time
set for the bid opening will be
rejected and returned
'unopened to the bidder. All
interested parties are invited
to attend.
Plans and specifications may
be secured from the Santa
Rosa County, Procurement
Department, at the above
address for a non-refundable
cost of $25.00. Telephone
(850) 983-1833.

There will be a Pre-bid
Conference and site showing
on May 18, 2005 at 8:00 a.m.
at the Blackwater Soil and
Water Conservation Office
located at 6285 Dogwood
Drive, Milton, Florida, 32570.
It is strongly recommended
that all interested parties
attend the showing.

The OWNER may make such
investigations as deemed nec-
essary to determine the ability
of the BIDDER to perform the
work, and the BIDDER shall
furnish to the OWNER all such
information and data for this
purpose as the OWNER may
request. The, OWNER
reserves the right to reject any
BID if the evidence submitted
by, or investigation of, such
BIDDER fails to satisfy the
OWNER that such BIDDER is
properly qualified to carry out
the obligations of the AGREE-
MENT and to complete the
work contemplated herein.
The low BIDDER will be
required to perform at least
50% of the contract work with
its own employees. Each BID-
DER shall submit experience
information in the specified
form.
All offers are subject to the
work requirements and other
provisions and clauses incor-
porated in the solicitation in
full text or by reference. Offers
providing less than 60 calen-
dar days for County accept-
ance after the date offers are
due will not be considered and
will be rejected. An offer guar-
antee is required.
All work and workmanship
must be of good quality and
adhere to all applicable laws
and regulations. Contractor
must possess all necessary
licenses.

The Board of County
Commissioners reserves the
right to waive irregularities in
bids, to reject any or all bids
with or without cause, and to
award the bid that it deter-
mines to be in the best interest
of Santa Rosa County.

Santa Rosa County does not
discriminate on the basis of
race, color, national origin,
sex, religion, age, or handi-
capped status in employment
or provision of service.
By order of the Board of


County Commissioners of
Santa Rosa County, Florida.

050405
050405
5011
NOTICE TO BIDDERS
EMERGENCY WATERSHED
PROTECTION PROJECTS
Notice Is hereby given that the
Board of County
Commissioners of Santa Rosa
County, Florida, will receive
sealed bids for Emergency
Watershed Protection Projects
Package #5 for water way
debris removal which includes
the following sites: Susan
Street, Avenida De Golf,
Plantation Oaks, North
Chinquapin, Soundside Drive,
Thunderbolt, Tidewater Drive,
and Stanford.
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.
Bids received after the time
set for the bid opening will be
rejected and returned
unopened to the bidder. All
interested parties are Invited
to attend.
Plans and specifications may
be secured from the Santa
Rosa County, Procurement
Department, at the above
address for a non-refundable
cost of $25.00. Telephone
(850) 983-1833.
There will be a Pre-bid
Conference and site showing
beginning on May 18, 2005 at
8:00 a.m. at the Blackwater
Soil and Water Conservation
Office located at 6285
Dogwood Drive, Milton,
Florida, 32570. It is strongly
recommended that all inter-
ested parties attend the show-
ing.
All offers are subject to the
work requirements and other
provisions and clauses incor-
porated in the solicitation in
full text or by reference.
Offers providing less than 60
calendar days for County
acceptance after the date
offers are due will not be con-
sidered and will be rejected.
An offer guarantee is
required.

All work and workmanship
must be of good quality and
adhere to all applicable laws
and regulations. Contractor
must possess all necessary
licenses.

The Board of County
Commissioners reserves the
right to waive irregularities in
bids, to reject any of all bids
with or without cause, and to
award the bid that it deter-
mines to be in the best inter-
est of Santa Rosa County.

Santa Rosa County does not
discriminate on the basis of
race, color, national origin,
sex, religion, age, or handi-
capped status in employment
or provision of service.


By order of the Board of
County Commissioners of
Santa Rosa County, Florida.

050405
050405


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 NORTH-
ERN DISTRICT'OF FLORI-
DA, IN FAVOR OF THE
PLAINTIFF, THE UNDER-
SIGNED, 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, FLORIDA,
OFFER FOR SALE AND
SELL AT PUBLIC OUTCRY
TO THE HIGHEST BIDDER,
THE FOLLOWING
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 pub-
lic 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 reservations;
easements and rights of way
of record; and to the lien of all
unpaid taxes and assess-
ments.
FOR ADDITIONAL INFOR-
MATION CONCERNING THE
ABOVE PROPERTY CON-
TACT THE OFFICE OF THE
U.S. ATTORNEY, TELE-
PHONE NO. 850/444-4030.
SALE IS BY POSTAL
MONEY ORDER OR CERTI-
FIED CHECK MADE
PAYABLE TO THE U.S. MAR-
SHALS SERVICE. TEN., PER-
CENT OF HIGH/ACCEPT-
ABLE BID IN CERTIFIED
CHECK OR CASHIER'S
CHECK (NO CASH) WILL BE
ACCEPTED WITH THE BAL-
ANCE DUE WITHIN 48
HOURS. THIS SALE IS SUB-
JECT TO STATE AND LOCAL


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BIG SELECTION of
plants, lamps, lin-
ens, baby clothes,
ladies, chlldrens,
loads of other stuff.
Don't miss it. Sat.
7:30-till. 6532 Mag-
nolia Street.
GARAGE SALE
6893 Trailride Lane
South.,Sat. May 7th.
8-4. Miscellaneous
household items.
HUGE SALE -
Closing our antique
booth and e-bay
business. Tons of
china including Havi-
land, Pfaltzgraff, Mi-
kasa, Noritake and
others. Glass Includ-
ing Fire King, An-
chor Hocking, Hazel
Atlas and Corelle.
New and vintage
tools, clothes, lin-
ens, toys, craft and
hobby Items. Since
this is a multi-family
sale, you'll also find
furniture, Christmas
items, books, CD's,
DVD's, video games
and other items.
Saturday, May 7th
beginning at 8AM.
Early birds pay pre-
mium prices. 4464
Nora Avenue, Pace.


YARD SALE May 7
8:00-1:00 House-
hold, plants, carpet
and vinyl pieces,
and more. 4385 Gait
City Road. Milton.
YARD SALE futon,
bunk bed, movies,
toys, clothes, lots of
misc. Turn off Ava-
lon across from
bowling alley onto
Del Monte. Turn on
19th. Follow signs.
Fri. 7am-2pm.
YARD SALE Sat.
May 7th. 7 a.m.
Santa Rosa Realty,
Stewart Street,
Come See. Some-
thing for everyone.
Sponsored by Pilot
Club of Milton and
Anchor Club of
Pace.
RETIRED AND
moving: 6000 Lau-
relwood Drive. May
6th & 7th. 8:00 am
until 1:00 pm. Cast
Iron wash pot, anti-
que tools, furniture,
sewing machine,
musical
Instruments.
Too much to list.


LARGE YARD sale
Saturday, May 7th
from 7 AM-2 PM at
4537 Chumuckla
Hwy. Located 2
blocks North from
Hwy 90 at red light
in Pace.
WALLACE HOME
Demonstration Club
Sale. April 7, 8am.
Club House across
from Wallace Baptist
Church. 2 miles past
Berryhill on Chu-
muckla Highway.
MOVING SALE fur-
niture, appliances,
Collectibles, toys,
more. Frl&Sat 8-un-
tIl. 6632 Cedar St. 5
blocks past Milton
High School going
North on Stewart St.
canceled If rain.
5 FAMILY Y/S Fri-
day May 6 and Sat
May 7. 7-until. 5859
Hamilton Bridge
Road. Adult/kids
clothes (some vin-
tage), housewares,
toys, books, car cov-
er, antique trunk,
glassware, milk
glass, dresser, fire
logs, tons of misc.


FRIDAY 8-11 Rain
or shine. 5392 Kin-
cheon (off park)
Boyds Bears, mate-
rial, vases, home
decor, etc.
GARAGE SALE-
guns, bedding, lots
of stuff. Sat only. 7-
12. 5365 Morgan
Ridge Drive.
YARD SALE! Full
Gospel Community
Church in Dixonville.
100 yards by the
Alabama/Florida
line. Many 250
items. Sat. 8-12
ESTATE SALE
6617 Ravine. Sat.
Only. 8a.m.- 4p.m.
Furniture, queen
size like new mat-
tress, electric blan-
kets and kitchen
Items.
MULTi FA MILY YS.
McCoy antiques,
glassware, baby
clothes & Items. Re-
cliners, couches,
dining room table
w/4 chairs, boys/la-
dles clothes. 1 1/2
miles past Berrydale
Crossroads, Hwy
87N. Sat 8-1. 675-
6801


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
4t28M

PUBLIC NOTICE
SALE OF PROPERTY

Notice is hereby given that the
Santa Rosa County Board of
County Commissioners will
receive sealed bids for the
purchase of property located
in the Santa Rosa County
Industrial Park.
Approximately two (2) acres of
land located as depicted on
the map available at the Santa
Rosa County Board of County
Commissioners Office, 6495
Caroline Street, Milton,
Florida 32570. Telephone
(850) 983-1877.

The use of said land will be
limited to industrial/heavy
commercial use with the
employment of a minimum
number of 5 employees, and
paying above the 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 invited 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 reject-'
ed 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
negotiate a higher sales price
with the highest responsive
bidder. Santa Rosa County
reserves the right to award
more than one bid if it deter-
mines 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 refundable should such
bidder be awarded the pur-
chase. The deposit will be
credited against the purchase
amount.

Santa Rosa County reserves
the right to waive informalities
in ,bids with or without cause,
to reject all bids, or to accept
the bid that it determines to
be in the best interest of the
County.

Each bidder making a pur-
chase proposal agrees that if
it is awarded the bid, it will
enter into a purchase agree-
ment described herein within
thirty days of the bid event.
The purchase agreement
may be assigned by the suc-
cessful 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
4Mas


YARD SALE Sat.
May 7th 5715 Sweet
Birch Lane. Baby
things, stroller and
household items.
MOVING SALE Ev-
erything must go.
Sat. May 7th. 8-5.
1845 Schnoor Rd.
Jay.
CARPORT SALE
6th and 7th of May.
Many useful Items.
5426 Swanner
Road.

GARAGE SALE
Sat, May 7. 5769
Truluck Street of
Tanglewood. Tools,
clothes, bike,
books, basketball
hoop, fence.
MAJOR CLEAN
OUT yard sale. Re-
frigerator,
household
items, furniture,
clothes, and lots of
misc. Cheap
prices.
Saturday only 7am-
until. 4928 Forest
Creek Dr. Pace (In
Woodbine Hills off
Chumuckla Hwy.)
follow signs.


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May is next week!


FoodSource, a program
through the First United
Methodist Church, is present-
ing their May schedule. A tenta-
tive menu is published for plan-
ning purposes only and to
accommodate the request of the
customers. Menu items are sub-
ject to change without notice.
Sign-Up time will be'
Wednesday, May 11, 6-8 p.m.
and Thursday & Friday, May
12 & 13, 11 a.m. to 1 p.m.
Pick-Up date and time, will
be Saturday, May 28, 2005,
6:00 8:30 a.m.
Menu: The standard unit is
$21 & includes:
Chicken Tenders, Smoked
Sausages, Frozen Entr6e,
Frozen veggies, Pork Chops,
Fish, Instant Potatoes, Flavored
Rice, Dry Beans, Canned Tuna,
Can Goods, Cake mix and 2-
muffin mix.
Steak Box is $20.
Breakfast Box ($12) Halls


hot sausage, bacon, breakfast
links, grits, margarine, juice
and hash browns.
A standard unit must be
purchased in order to get any of
the following boxes.
Premium Unit ($31) -
Includes everything from the
Standard unit, plus Stir Fry, 2
lbs. Chicken Breast, 2 lbs. Pork
Roast, Bacon, and bonus item
First United Methodist
Church is located at 6819
Berryhill St., Milton. Call 623-
6683 for more information. The
motto is "If you eat, you quali-
fy." EBT's are welcome.
Reminder: The menu is
provided for planning purpos-
es. Menu is subject to change.
South Alabama Food
Cooperative FoodSource is a
small group. Help us remain in'
business by spreading the word
about our food program. Your
efforts can make a difference.


Kamp Karuso Day Camp


West Florida Baptist
Church is sponsoring Kamp
Karuso 2005, located at 5621
Highway 90, between Pea
Ridge and Milton. Day Camp
will include Bible stories,
games, music, crafts, field
trips, contests and sports. Day
Camp is offered from June 6th
to July 29th for students ages 3
to 12. Three year-olds need, to
be potty-trained, 12 year-olds
need to be just out of 6th
grade.
Children will be divided
by age groups and will have
Bible stories, and fun activities
that meet their age and interest
level. Lots of activities every
day, special fun days. Bring a
lunch or use the snack shop,
which is open several times,
each day.


Dress for girls is skirts,
culottes or skorts (to the knee),
no capries or pants. T-shirt
tops or blouses (no tank tops).
Boys pants or long shorts (to
the knee), T-shirts (no muscle
shirts or tank tops). Times: 8
a.m. to 3 p.m. for Day Camp
program. Facilities open from
7 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. Extended
care. is offered from 3:30 to 5
p.m. No extra charge for early
drop off at 7 a.m.
Registration is $12 (per
family). Weekly: $40 per child
(8 a.m. to 3 p.m.); $60 per
child camp plus extended
care (includes care until 5
p.m.).
For more information,
please call 626-9306 for, more
information.


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Santa Rosa County will observe the National Day of Prayer
tommorow, on the County Courthouse lawn from 12 noon to 12:35
p.m. Everyone is welcome. Please bring your lawn chairs. In case
of rain, the meeting will be held inside the courthouse in Room
213. Come and join us in praying for our nation, our leaders-local
and national, our troops, and more.


Pineview UMC... traveling to Peru to help build
Pinviw Unitd Mthodist houses for those who are living
Pineview United Methodist .to sl.
without shelter.
Church at 1400 Pineview w shelter.
Church at 1400 Pineview For more information, call
Church Road, off Highway 89 F m inorato, call
in Allentown is holding a y Pastor Ron Smith at 623-1308rd
in Allentown is holding a yard Pastor Ronqu ithve at623-1308.
sale this Saturday, May 7, from

All proceeds will go towards the
Mission Team, which will be
Bagdad UMC...
Bagdad United Methodist
Church, located at 4540 kinds on sale and are very rea-
Forsyth Street, Bagdad, FL sonably priced. Please call
will have a rummage sale this with any questions at 626-
Saturday, May 7th at 8 a.m. 1948.
There will be items of all

Harvest Community Church


Harvest Community
Church, located in Jay, at 2828
Harvest Road will be having
their grand opening on Sunday,
May 8th. Dr. Henry Judy is the
senior pastor. He and 25 people
gathered together 2 years ago to
build a church where folks
could feel comfortable. Their
goal is to reach out to a chang-


ing culture, but not compromise
the Word of God.
Judy stated that, "We want
to show that the Word of God is
relevant to the lives of people in
this area....a casual environment
where people can come and feel
welcomed and comfortable and
learn how God's Word can be
applied to their lives immedi-


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 ofHHBC 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
Preached; send it to: Ask The Pleachei Hickory Hammock Baptist Church, 8351
Hickory Hammock Road, Milton, Florida 32583-paid advertisement


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ately."
Launching the new church
has been a two-year process.
They purchased 6 acres of land
on Harvest Road and just com-
pleted its brand new 4,000
square foot worship center.
They are starting Harvest
Learning Center to provide
quality and affordable day care


for the community. They are
awaiting certification and'
accreditation by ACSI, a'
Christian school accreditation
agency.
A spring fling is planned for
Saturday, from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Opening services on'
Sunday, Mother's Day, begin at
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Ask the Preacher

...a weekly column answering your questions
with Biblical answers about life.
Dear Pastor Gallups "Do patriotism and Christianity con-
flict? Isn't it wrong to put your patriotism BEFORE your faith
in God?" T.E. Milton
Dear T.E.,
I recently responded to a similar question in this column. I,
of course, am a committed Christian and at the same time, I am
very "patriotic". And, yes, I am sometimes criticized for this.
As a matter of fact it is ALWAYS wrong to put your country
or your patriotism ABOVE your relationship or allegiance to
Jesus Christ. Many Christian martyrs have gone on to glory
refusing to do that very thing. We must "render unto Caesar the
things that are Caesar's and unto God the things that are God's".
On the other hand...I am patriotic, because I am thrilled and
overwhelmed to be so blessed to live in one of the very few of
a handful of countries on the entire planet that allows me to wor-
ship, serve and preach Jesus Christ without fear of death or any
other kind of retribution.
I am patriotic because we are the ONLY nation founded on
Biblical principles of Law, Morality and Goodwill to other
nations. I am patriotic because we are the ONLY nation known
as a "Christian" nation (imperfect as we are).
I am patriotic, because my freedom in Jesus was purchased
with HIS BLOOD on Calvary's Cross and my freedom to
express my love for Jesus for doing this was purchased with the
BLOOD OF MEN AND WOMEN, fellow citizens of this great
land, our sons and daughters...for ME!
I am patriotic because at this very hour, while I enjoy my
freedom, young men and women are in harm's way. They are
there so that I may stay free...andfree to worship Jesus! Yes...I
am PATRIOTIC! Praise Jesus!
There are many more reasons, too numerous to list here in
my limited space...why I am patriotic. However, I can tell you,
I would cease to be "patriotic" if this nation and its government
ever required me to denounce my faith in Jesus Christ or any-
thing similar to it. If it ever reached that point...then, as always,
my first and only allegiance is to Jesus Christ.










Lifestyles


Puckett & Osterhaus Peaden & Bain


announce engagement to wed Saturday.


Rick and Donna Puckett of Milton, FL announce the engagement
of their daughter, Juliett Faith Puckett to ENS Michael Joseph
Osterhaus, USN, the son of Mr. and Mrs. Allen John Osterhaus of
Shawnee Mission, KS.
Juliett currently attends Pensacola Junior College and is seeking a
career in Cosmetology. Michael graduated from the U.S. Naval
Academy, Class of 2004. He is currently in flight training in Milton, FL.
Juliett and Michael will be married on Saturday, December 17,
2005.


Grover Peaden and Debra & Eugene Hamilton are proud to
announce the upcoming marriage of their daughter, April Peaden to
Will Bain, son of Willie & Patsy Bain. Both April and Will are 2002
graduates of Central High School. She is currently employed at the
Santa Rosa County Property Appraiser's Office, and he is attending
Pensacola Junior College. He is employed by the State of Florida DEP.
The wedding is planned for Saturday, May 7, 2004 at 2 p.m. at
Blackwater Baptist Church. All friends and relatives are invited to
attend,


Baldwin & Lane


to exchange vows
Mr. & Mrs. Larry Baldwin of Pace are proud to announce the
engagement of their daughter, Brooke Rene' Baldwin to Benjamin
David Lane.
Ben is the son of Rob & Pam Lane and Joan & Charlie Young.
Brooke is a 2003 graduate of Pace High School and attends PJC.
Ben is a 2001 graduate of Pace High School, a graduate of PJC and is
employed with United Parcel Service.
A June 25th wedding is planned at Immanuel Baptist Church in
Pace.


Student named National Award Winner


Kiwanis names 'Terrific Kids' for April


The following students were
selected as Terrific Kids during
the month of April:
Kindergarten Marissa
Panzera, and Megan
Rasmussen.
First Grade Dillyn Tuller,
Jeffery Seward, Brendan


Schmidt, Jerry Gavin, and
Devin Mendez.
Second Grade Brittany
Locke, Harmony Raynor, Avery
Hendrix, Dustin Williams, and
Emily Toole.
Third Grade Lindsay
Scruggs, Saleen Person, and


Jessica Martin.
Fourth Grade Samantha
Mitchell, Malkia Slack, Kasey
McGuyre, and Kaidan Meshel.
Fifth Grade William
Cardenas, Emily Griffin, and
Jessica Robertson.


Alyssa I. Crews, of
Woodstock, GA, who has rela-
tives in the Milton area, has
been named a United States
National Award Winner in
English. This is a very presti-
gious honor that very few stu-
dents can ever hope to win.
Alyssa Crews attends
Sequoyah High School in
Woodstock, GA and was nom-
inated by Dr. Rick Bragg, a
teacher at the school. Her name
will appear in the United States
Achievement Academy
Official Yearbook, which is
published nationally.
Alyssa is the daughter of
Ricky & Deborah Crews of
Woodstock, GA. The grand-
parents are Thomas & Mildred
Salter of Chumuckla, FL, and
Glynn & Jerry Crews of
Allentown, FL.
Alyssa will also be included
in the 39th Annual Edition of
Who's Who Among American
High School Students, 2004-
2005, published by
Educational Communications,
Inc. of Austin, TX.
Traditionally, 99% of Who's
Who students have a grade
point average of "B" or better
and 97% are college-bound.


Who's Who students also
compete for over $200,000 in


scholarship awards.


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Rhodes' students think Science is fun


Science Fair Winners

Physical Science:

1st T.J. Bailey(Duncan) 2nd
Ryan Piscopo (Duncan)
3rd Eleana Colvin
(Thompson)


Honorable Mention Dylan
Thorpe (Eubanks)

Earth Science:
1st Jaida Scott (Killam) 2nd
Steven Flint (Killam) 3rd
Adam Smeltzer (Cates)
Honorable Mention Damarcus


Covington (Powers)

Life Science:
1st Hallie Brooks (Duncan)
2nd Pete Griffin (Taylor) 3rd
Candice Christie (Duncan)
Honorable Mention
Kassandra Gilley


(Cone)

Human Body:
1st Adam Brown (Cook) 2nd
Briya Murray (Killam) 3rd
Anna Ledet (Powers)
Honorable Mention Ashtin
Corkran (Duncan)


W.H. Rhodes

chooses Teacher

of the Month


-r Star Citizens for Honesty <-l


Kindergarten

Kl/Stephens
Christopher Carter
K2/Crosswell
Emily Lin
K3/Bozeman
Winter Bush
K4/Waller
Shannon Braswell
Rml Robinson
Sarah Proffitt
Rm2 Owens
Meghan Matthews
Rm3 Larson
Mason Harris
Rml32 Rinehart
Jamie Barnes

First Grade

Rm4 Piscopo
Benjamin McDougall
Rm5 Langham
Katelynn Powers
Rm6 Hamilton
Cierra Prather
Rm7 LeDew
Nakiya Russell
Rm8 Holtman
Julie Pineda
Rml31 Waters
Samadah Shabazz
Rml33 Kowis
Lyndsay McCarty
Rml34 Cabaniss
Arielle Cortez
Rm212 Ellis
Thomas Mack
Rm215 Brady
Kayanna Murphy

Second Grade
Rml 3 Duke
Jenny Schmidt


Rml4 Hicks
Madison Baxter
Rml5 Coppedge
Andrew Nolan
Rml6 Kelly
Tabitha Hill
Rm441 Burke
Tom Piscopo
Rm442' Hendricks
Delia Justice
Rm444 Robinson
Kyle Baumann

Third Grade

Rm9 D. Mitchell
Haley Kramer
RmlO Seaman
Alicia Morgan
Rml 1. Gentry
Chance Michener
Rml2 Holland
Taylor Dreher
Rm89A Deas
Andrea Black
Rm330 Casey
Alyssa Bramwell
Rm334 K. Mitchell
Erin Bell

Fourth Grade

Rml7 Thompson
Ashtyn Bailey
Rml8 Cates
Ashley Pate
Rml9 Killam
Bradley Maher
Rm20 Reddick
Kristen Vaughan
Rm214 G. Mitchell
Lizzie Cunningham
Rm550 Eubanks
Kris Holley
Rm557 Chuites


New Playground Equipment


Under the leadership of PTO
President Leslie Leggett, play-
ground equipment was recently
purchased and installed at our
school. This was a $30,000
project that was funded by the
candy sales last fall.


The equipment is to be used
when teachers take their classes
out for recess time or free time
on days they don't have P.E.
The children are exercising and
having a great time!


David Stout
Fifth Grade

Rm21 Nolan
Allyn Blackmon
Rm22 Powers
David Crosswait
Rm23 Stone


Samantha Sweeney
Rm24 Taylor
D'Andre Nicholson
Rm29 Cone
Katie Worley
Rm30 Duncan
Christian Pope


Teacher of the Month: Alanna Langham, 1st grade
classroom teacher


Santa Rosa County

Educational

Grant Awarded


2004-2005 Safety Patrol


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1,


Row 3 (back row)
Brandy Schesny, Tim Manning, Tristan Pengenika,
Hunter Nelson, Jack Money, Joel Matthews, Carby Lohr
Devin Marzan; Row 2 (middle) Brittany Praisler, Jaysea.
Coates, Kate Rondeau, Megan.Alridge, Jackie Proffitt.
Katie Martin (Team Captain); Row 1 (bottom)
Christian Pope, Samantha Sweeney, Hannah Allman
Philip Pesta, Anthony Reyes, Ryan Piscopo


, /


Meredith Powers, a Rhodes fifth grade teacher, was awarded a grant by
the Santa Rosa Educational Foundation in the amount of $500.00. Mrs.
Powers plans to use her grant money to extend her teaching resources in
science. She will order lab materials for science experiments as well as
science books to create a mini-library for her students to use as a
resource. She feels as though these new resources, combined with the
Santa Rosa County District adopted Harcourt Brace textbook, will be
beneficial to deepening her students' understanding of scientific process-
es and concepts.


New Fourth Grade Teachers at Rhodes


Triesta Reddick
Position: Fourth grade
teacher
Favorite thing about your
current position: The students
Pets: Cream colored Persian
cat named Coconut
Hobbies: traveling and
shopping

Tammy
Melissa Chuites
Position: Fourth grade
teacher
Past Job Experiences: I was
a Realtor, and a Supervisor at
Appletree Communications for
4 years. I did these jobs while I
was a full time student at The
University of West Florida.
Favorite things about my
current position: I love working
with the kids first and foremost!
The staff and students at
W.H.Rhodes are wonderful! I
always wanted to teach the 4th
grade, and was lucky enough to
get it my first year of teaching.
I enjoy teaching all subject


areas, but teaching children to
love writing is my passion.
Family/Pets: I am married to
Michael Chuites of Bagdad, FL.
He is a lifelong, resident of
Milton, but I grew up and lived
in Pensacola for 29 years. My
extended family includes my
Jack Russell Terrier,
Toby.General Interests/
Hobbies: I enjoy boating on the


n *i.. ,. ',I


weekends with my .husband,
gardening, cooking and travel-
ing.

Lana Killam Rowell
Position: Fourth Grade
Teacher
Past job experiences:
Substitute teacher
Favorite things about your


current position: The kids! I
laugh every day!
Family: My wonderful hus-
band, Rhett Rowell, my great
parents, Benny and Debbie
Killam
Pets: Black Lab-Bubba,
Chocolate Labs-Ella & Daisy,
Cat-Lennon
Hobbies: Riding horses,
fishing and shopping


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/ Important Phone Numbers for M1HS
Main Office: 983-5600: Main Office Fa\ 983-5610
Guidance: 983-5609 Guidance Fax: 983-5618: Attendance :983-
5608:Attendance Ans ering.Machine-983-5658; Band: 983-5611
Weight Room: 983-5606: Chomns:983-5613: N1. Rutledge:983-5616:
'Athletic Fax:983-5614 or visit us at \\\/\w.santarosa.klI.fl.ts/mhs


To look at sen-
ior Kimberly
Ann Gardner
from across
the class-
room,

might say
that she is
Quiet, not
so outspo-
ken, and
sweet. But
when on the
court, Kimberly
is described as a
completely different
e person; her competi-
tive, aggressive, want-to-win attitude takes over
While she is focused completely on the atmos-
phere of the game at hand.
-Playing sports is a major part of high school for
.rberly. She played on the basketball team her
,gehman and sophomore years. Her freshman
.jrshe was voted most spirited player and her
pphomore year she was voted best offensive
teyer;. Currently, Kimberly is on the varsity softball
lv6Jeyball teams. In volleyball she was voted
defensive player for her junior year and
S1,:i the team's co-captain.


Kimberly is a member of, Beta Club,. Future
Business Leaders of America, the Science Honor.
Society, Student Council, and Senior Board.
Coach Neely, Coach Short, and Mr. Youngblood
are among her favorite teachers. Science is her
favorite subject at school.
During her high school years as an under-
classman, Kimberly remembers looking forward to
making lots of memories with her friends. She is
doing a lot of that now as a senior. She made spe-
cial memories her freshman and junior years when
her softball team won district. This was her most
unforgettable memory from high school.
Outside of Milton High School, Kimberly enjoys
shopping, going to the beach, riding four wheelers,
and fishing. She is the daughter of Greg and
Teresa Gardner. Her brother, Jon, is a freshman
here at Milton High School. Her mother is also an
alumna of MHS from the class of 1976.
After graduating, Kimberly plans to attend
Pensacola Junior College and then go on to either
Florida State University or Auburn University. She
earned the Florida Bright Futures scholarship this
year which will pay for 75% of her tuition.

Kimberly Thanks:
"First I would like to thank God for all the
blessings he has given me. Next I would like to
thank my grandparents, family, and friends for all
their support. And last, I would like to thank my
dad for all the countless hours he has spent prac-
ticing with me to help me become a better ball
player."


Senior Reminders:
May 9 Hooding Ceremony in Library at 1:30 p.m.
May 13 Awards Day Practice 4th period
Caps and Govwns distributed
Senior Packets Distributed
May 17 Avards Day 8:30 a.m. In the Gym
May 20 Senior Breakfast 8:00 a.m. in cafeteria
Yearbooks distributed .
May 23 Baccalaureate Practice at 1:45
May 24 Baccalaureate at 7:00 p.m.
May 25 Senior Exams 3rd and 4th period
Full day of school for seniors
May 26 Senior Exams 1st and 2nd period
Full day of school for seniors
May 27 Last day of school for Seniors
GRXDUATION 8 p.m. in Stadium
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See more of your 'Senior Favorites' in next

Wednesday's edition!





A tribute to mothers


Brlanna,
and MHS


GMary Jane
Gardner.
.. ..When
.David is playing
sports, his many talents
SCome out. He is in weightlifting where he is in the
heavyweight class, he throws shot-put on track,
. .and he also plays football, where he plays left
guard and he's on the offensive line.
When David is not on the field, he is in the
classroom, where he often studies his favorite
subject, science. "I love the hands on approach,"
said David, "especially in Mr. Schang's class
where we built robots this year.i Davidis favorite
teacher is Mrs. Cindy Sanborn.


Outside of school, David likes to participate in
his church's youth group, and he loves going on
retreats with his best friends.
David has been awarded many honors
throughout his life. He has received the Eagle of
the Cross Award, which is awarded by the
Diocese of Pensacola-Tallahassee to an out-
standing senior youth, and he was selected All-
Area Honorable Mention for football.
David's most memorable moments of the year
were spent playing football. "They are the greatest
group of guys, especially the o-line," David said.
As an underclassman, David looked forward to his
senior football season. "I always wondered if we
would finally make stale," replied David.
When David graduates, he plans to attend
UCF using his Bright Futures Scholarship for 75%
tuition and major in engineering. He is also a
recruit for a Walk-on and will hopefully play foot-
ball.

Before David leaves Milton, he has some
thanks to say to people:
"First I would like to thank God because
without Him I wouldn't be alive right now. I'd like to
thank my best friend, Nathaniel, always being
there. Thanks Marl, a.k.a. Big Wave, for every-
thing. Thanks OL for everything: Justin, Brad,
Justin B, Baxley, Ellis, Fiveash, Brooks. Thanks,
Coach Mac, for the great workouts and all the run-
ning. Finally, thanks Mrs. Crystal for being the
greatest youth minister in the world."


Milton High School Dance Company will be:paying tribute to mother's
this spnng. On May 9th. the dance company. will be performing some of
their most popular w orks, including "'In the Eyes of a Child." This piece was
originally choreographed by Mrs. Dupuis-Whiddon in honor of the children
who had lost their parents due to 9-11.
In addition to past works, the students will be performing "'A Mother's
Love." It is a tribute to mothers who have lost their children. The piece is
based on the accounts of Gloria Jiminez who lost her son, Christ Jiminez, a
former student of MHS on Sept. Il th of 2004.
The performance will begin at 7:00 p.m. on Monday, May 9th in the
MHS auditoriumrn. Tickets are $5 for adults and $3 for senior citizens and
kids 12 and under. For more information, please call 983-5600 extension
170.


Pictured front:
Alexandra
Sanborn
Back-l-r: Kimberly
Peterson,
Angelina Cortez
and Holly Penrod


MHS Rookie of the Year


Milton High School is proud
to announce their Rookie of the
Year for the 2004-2005 school
year. Any classroom teacher in
Santa Rosa County ho has
taught for three (3) years or le,,s is
eligible for this award. MHS
teachers voted and selected Ms.
Rita Golden as their Rookie of
the Year! Pictured are Assistant
Principal Danny Retherford, Ritd
Golden, Principal Lewis Lynn
and MHS Teacher of the Year and
SRC Teacher of the Year, Leslie
.Briggs. .Congratulations!


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Milton announces dates
Sfor summer football camp
Registration for the summer
:,football program for incoming
,Freshman as well as prospective
,junior varsity and varsity players
;will be held at the Milton High'
- School cafeteria:
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.
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
,Pensacola 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
iCamp E-Ma-Chamee, which is a
therapeutic wilderness education-
al program that intergrates out-
,door experiential education with
rehabilitative behavioral treat-
Sment. Due to budget cuts by
:-i, state programs and agencies
1 they are looking for alternative
'"income avenues to help them
Serve at risk youth.
," For more information call
850-675-4512.
'-Milton announces camp
registration for summer
S Milton High School will be
I ta g registrations for their sum-
mer school sport camps.
o, Campers can choose camps
on football, softball, baseball,
-basketball, volleyball, soccer,
swimming ROTC, and cheerlead-
ing.
Cost of the camps are $75
per student for six weeks of
-instruction, which will include
lunch.
This camp will start on June-
6 for students in sixth through
12th grade and will end on July
22. :,
: Registrations will be taken
on the following dates in the
Milton cafeteria:
May 9th 6:30 to 8:30 p.m.
SMay 16th 0 6:30 to 8:30 p.m.
You can also register on May
7 and 14 from 9a.m. to 11 a.m. in
the school gym.
SFor more information contact
Milton High School at 983-5600.
PSA 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
and 5K courses and a junior 5K
for children under 14.
For more information con-
tact the Pensacola Sports
Association at 434-2800

Oops Alley looking to
form summer leagues
u Oops Alley is now forming
S summer leagues which will run
:12-16 weeks long.
A variety of leagues are
being formed for various ages
and skill levels, which include
mixed leagues.
If you are interested in join-
!ng a league or would like more
Information contact Oops Alley at
995-9393.

SDo you have
sports-related
news or

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


Twins



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Land

By BILL GAMBLING
PG Sports Editor


Pace shortstop Tasha Shavers is seen throwing the ball to Kalin Lasseter who is calmly waiting at first base. Shavers was just one of the defen-
sive bright spots Thursday for the Lady Patriots as they defeated Crestview 6-0 for the District 2-4A softball title.
Press Gazette photo by Bill Gamblin


To-ssi n.g for Tampa


Pace, Jay, and Central prepare for regional action


By BILL GAMBLING
PG Sports Editor
Tomorrow the softball
world will heat up with all eyes'
looking toward Tampa as
region quArterfinals are set to
get under\'a\.
In Class 4A Pace (24-2)
will look to return to the state
finals for the first time since
2003 as they open up at home
against Tate High School (16-
10).
Pace earned the District 2-


4A title -by dismianiling rui vhot ,\I er -ti-c L-e I ncld
Crestview 6-0 on Thursday. fence in the bottom of the sixth.
The winning run for the On the win Pace's Emily
Lady Patriots came in the bot- Burge continued the Lady
tom half of the fourth when Patriots dominance from the
Ashleigh Cole hit a solo shot circle allowing just one hit over
over the left center wall, while seven innings and striking out
Morgan McBride added a three- 15.


"Emily pitched an excellent
game. tonight," said Pace head
coach Susan Williams. "And
the girls came through at the
plate and produced the runs we
needed."
Defensively the Lady-
Patriots played a flawless game,
but Tasha Shavers really stood
out with a couple of gems at
shortstop.
"Tasha played a good game
tonight defensively," said
See, SOFTBALL, Pg. 3C


Josh Land has decided to
exchange his Tiger stripes for
the pin stripes worn by the
Minnesota Twins.
Thursday Land signed a
contract to join the Twins and
start his career as a professional
baseball player.
T* h e .,
2003 Milton A
High gradu-
ate was a lit-
tle more
than ecstatic

becoming a
professional ek
baseball
player.
"I am
real, real Land
excited,"
said Land. "It didn't hit me
until this morning.
"When I was signing my
name on the contract last night
it was so strange because my
dad was speechless."
Originally Land was draft-
ed out of high school by the
Anaheim Angels in the 21st
round before he opted to join
Okaloosa-Walton College.
Last May the Twins drafted
Land in the 38 round of the
Major League Draft with hopes
of signing him after the Raiders
complex the ir 2005 season.
The Raiders season ended
on April 23 when-theq lost in
Mariana to Chipola Junior
College 12-4 in seven innings.
"All we had to do at the end
of the' season was win one of
See, LAND, Pg, 2C


Royal thrower


Whitfield wins second discus crown;

Pace and Milton sending six to state


By BILL GAMBLING
PGSports Editor
The numbers are getting
smaller, but the prizes continue
to get larger this track season
Friday Jay's Travis
Whitfield added one of those
large prizes to his collection, a
third state title.
The defending 1A champi-
on in the shot put and discus
defended his title in the discus
with a toss of 154 feet five inch-
es, while he came up just eight
inches short of defending his
shot put title finishing third.
"Overall we had a good
state meet," said Jay track
coach Madison Whitfield. "It
was a little disappointing that
Tra\ is didn't defend both titles.
"But different things hap-
pen on different days and


Friday just wasn't Travis' 'day
in that particular event."
Overall the Royals finished
seventh in the men's team rank-
ings with 30 points, while the
women's squad came in 14th
with 12 points.
A couple of different results
or maybe a place or two differ-
ence and Jay could have
claimed the overall state title,
especially in the field events.
"If we would have had
another runner and event or two
we could have possibly con-
tended with the (P.K. Yonge),"
said Whitfield. "What we are
trying to do is go with our
strengths and get .the most out
of our team.
"We have athletes that can
do the field events, but their
strengths are on the track."


One athlete that was miss-
ing the season who could have
helped with the field events was
junior Michael Wade who qual-
ified for the state in the long
jump as a freshman.
"Michael missed this track
season after damaging some
ligaments in his foot," said
Madison Whitfield. "And then
there is Loren Miller who could
qualify for the triple jump or
long jump but do to blistering
issues on his feet we have
directed him towards the run-
See,TRACK, Pg. 2C
Jay's Travis Whitfield is seen ear-
lier this season showing the
form that helped him land his
second state discus title in Class
A.
Press Gazette photo
by Bill Gamblin


State to hold public hearings on hunting


Press Gazette Staff Report
The Florida Fish and
Wildlife Conservation
Commission (FWC) will hold
six public meetings in May
around the state to explain the
proposed statewide expansion
of the deer-dog hunting regis-
tration program.
The only meeting in north-
west Florida will be May 16 in
Blountstown at the Calhoun
County Courthouse Annex
from 7-9 p.m. CDT.


The series of meetings are
in response to a decision by
FWC commissioners during the
April commission meeting in
Tallahassee, where they voted
to move forward with the
statewide expansion of the reg-
istration program. Last season
the no-cost registration pro-
gram was in effect for all deer
dog running groups on private
lands in northwest Florida. The
statewide expansion involves
no significant rule changes, said


Stan Kirkland, the FWC's
regional spokesman in Panama
City.
"Just about everyone who
looked at the pilot program in
northwest Florida last year has
commented how effective it
was in addressing conflicts
between landowners and dog
hunters," Kirkland said.
He said 70 individual prop-
erties representing 57 deer-dog
hunt clubs participated in the
Northwest Region pilot pro-


gram. These properties ranged
in size from 40 to 31,000 acres
and were located in 14 of the 16
counties within the region.
There were no registered deer-
dog hunting clubs in Escambia
or Franklin counties.
During the past hunting
season in the Northwest
Region, there were 87 deer-dog
hunting complaints, down 36
percent from 137 complaints
during the 2003-04 hunting sea-
son. Only five of these 87 com-


plaints were associated with
registered deer-dog hunting
clubs. In contrast, a review of
the complaint data for the North
Central and Northeast regions
reflected an increase in com-
plaints.
The FWC is sending a mail-
out to dog-hunting clubs
explaining the expansion of the
program. A final report that
includes any comments
received at the upcoming meet-
See, HUNTING, Pg. 2C


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Josh Land
Okaloosa-Walton Baseball
Signed with:
Minnesota Twins


Land
Continued From Page One
our final three games to
advance to the playoffs in
Kissimmee," said Land. "But
we never could rally and every-
thing that could go wrong at the
end of the season did.
"It was very hard to watch
what happened at the end of the
season since advancing to the
state tournament is your ulti-
mate goal at a junior college."
The terms of Land's con-
tract with the Twins went unre-
ported except for the fact that it
is six figures and includes a
signing bonus, incentives, and
money to complete his educa-
tion.
"They have told me they
want me to report to Ft. Meyers
where I will stay around a week
and a half before I report to
Elizabethon, Tenn.," said Land.
"The Twins scout also informed
me that they are looking for me
to make an immediate impact.
"But the first thing they
want me to do is get healthy
since I have been fighting a
cold."
Two weeks ago Land was
excited about signing with
Louisiana State University, but
that excitement has shifted.
"I have tried to call them
three or four times since I
signed the contract with the
Twins," said Land. "I don't feel
bad about this because this is
something I have been working
towards my whole life.
"The thing for me is that
this is an offer I just couldn't
turn down."
Land finished the season
batting .370 for the Raiders
with 20 stolen bases and 10
home runs and he has goals in
mind when he reports to the
Twins rookie squad in
Tennessee.
"I would like to establish
myself as a dominant center
fielder, hit .300 plus, and make
myself an overall better play-
er," said Land. "I want to prove
I am a capable player and move
up in the organization."


Track
Continued From Page One
ning events.
"Loren can qualify for
state, but might not be able to
score like he does in the run-
ning events."
Miller actually finished
sixth in the 200-meter dash sev-
enth in the 400-meter dash.
Another strong finish for
the Royals came when Brock
Whitfield finished second in the
300-meter hurdles, and Chad
Mooney finished eighth in the
800 meters
On the girl's side Farrah
Stewart finished fourth in the
3200 meters and did not finish
the 1600 meters.
"Farrah didn't finish the
mile because she wanted to
save her strength for the 3200,"
said Madison Whitfield. "It was
more of a strategic move on our
part so she could conserve her
energy."
Taylor Dover just missed
her personal best while finish-
ing tied for third in the girls'
high jump by clearing a height
of four feet and 10 inches.
Also scoring for the girls
was the Lady Royals 4x800
meter relay squad, which fin-
ished seventh.
In the Class 3A Region I
meet held at "Florida State
University Santa Rosa County
was represented well.
In the men's competition
Milton finished 10th to meet
winner Wolfson High School
with 24 points while Pace was
11th with 20.25 points.
On the girls side of the
ledger Pace finished sixth to
regional champion Wolfson
with 37 points while Milton fin-
ished 23rd with 2 points.
Milton High's Gavin
Hawthorne qualified to advance
to the state meet this Friday in
Coral Springs, Fla., with his
fourth place finish in the triple
jump.
Hawthorne's leap of 43-
feet, five and three quarter inch-
es just edged his teammate
Ronald Johnson whose best
attempt was 43-feet, two and a
quarter inches.
Milton's Clarence Long
just missed qualifying in the
high jump finishing fifth after
clearing six feet, two inches.
In the long jump Jeremy
Nelson and Emery Allen fin-
ished fifth and sixth respective-
ly successful jumps of 21-feet,
five inches and 21-feet, four
inches.
Pace will be sending five to
the state meet.
Tanner Kasischke finished


Jay's Brock Whitfield is seen competing in the 110 meter high hurdles earlier this season for Jay High School. Whitfield failed
to qualify in the 110 meter high hurdles due to a fall in the district tournament, but finished second in the 300 meter hurdles
this Friday at the Florida Track and Field Class A meet held at Coral Springs High School.
Press Gazette photo by Bill Gamblin


fourth in the pole vault clearing
13-feet.
Kathryn White won the
girls shot put title with a toss of
40-feet and one inch, while just
missing out on qualifying in the
discus with a sixth place finish
toss of 100 feet.
Margaret Harter won the
160-meter run with a time of
5:20.90 and finished third in the
800 meters with a time of
2:25.50.
Zach Green finished fourth


in the boys 800 meters with a
time of 1:58.51 to qualify for
the state meet, while teammate
Timothy McCrea finished
fourth in the 300 meter hurdles
in a time of 39.09.
McCrea just missed quali-
fying in the 110-meter high hur-
dles as he finished sixth in a
time of 15.35 seconds.


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


Vote for your favorite


fishing hole
Press Gazette Staff Report
It's not too late to cast your
comments about your favorite
fishing hole. The Florida Fish
and Wildlife Conservation
Commission (FWC) is giving
anglers more time to fill out an
online survey and provide input
for the direction of their
favorite sport. The agency ini-
tially set a May 1 deadline, but
due to an overwhelming
response decided to extend it to
May 15.
"We hope to get at least
1,000 respondents, and we're
about halfway there," said
Darrell Scovell, director of the
recently restructured Division
of Freshwater Fisheries
Management. "The comments
we receive will be used to set
priorities for conservation
efforts and guide our agency
into the future, so we decided to
give our anglers extra time to
give us feedback."
Scovell said the surveys are'


by May 15

the first step in his division's
efforts to evaluate performance
of the previous fisheries divi-
sion. The FWC will then host a
series of public meetings, called
zone summits, to discuss survey
results and develop plans for
the future. Survey participants
will be asked about their will-
ingness to participate in the
zone summits and suggest
when and where such meetings
should take place.
"We hope to identify areas
that need attention, formulate a
game plan and direct staff to
better manage our state's pre-
cious resources," Scovell said.
The survey takes about 15
minutes to complete.
Responses and comments are
confidential.
I V i s i t
www.srivy pmm,
emT before Mays to partic-
1pat1e.
sports @ sr-pg.com


(Left) Farrah Stewart, who is the current Jay record holder, is
seen running the 3200 meters during the Jay Quarterback
Club Invitational. (Above) Jay's Taylor Dover is seen attempt-
ing to clear the height of five feet during the high jump.
Press Gazette photo by Bill Gamblin


Hunting


Continued From Page One
ings will be on the agenda for
consideration at the FWC's
June 15-17 meeting in Daytona
Beach.
Five public meetings will
be held outside the Northwest
Region. They are:
El Sebring, May 9, 7-9 p.m.
EDT
0 Chiefland, May 10, 6:30
- 8:30 p.m. EDT


l Lake City, May 12, 6:30
- 8:30 p.m. EDT
8lBrooksville, May 17, 7 -
9 p.m. EDT
El Ocala, May 19, 7 9
p.m. EDT.
More information about the
proposed statewide deer-dog
registration program and the
locations of the other five meet-
ings across the state is available
at MyFWC.com/hunting.


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Softball Tournament Brackets


Regional Quarterfinals
Thursday, May 5


Regional Semifinals
Tuesday, May 10


Regional Finals
Friday, May 13


Plays Region 4
champ May 19
in Tampa


Class 4A


R2 Crest\iew (18-9)


W1 Escambia (P'cola) (20-5)1


R4 Gainesulle (14-13)


W3 Lincoln (Tallahassee) (21-61


R2 Tate (Cantonment) (16-10)


W2 Pace (24-2)


R3 Chiles (Tallahassee) (1 7-91


W4 Belleview (24-2) |


Class 2A


R2 Freeport
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W1 Jay (8-7)


R4 N. Florida Chr. (1 -9)

W3 Sneads (19-4)


R1 Northview (Bratt). 12-7)


W2 Holmes (Bonifay)


R3 Wewahitchka (19-5)


Central's Brittany Weaver is seen during a district game earlier this
season. Weaver, who has pitched at Central since she was a seventh
grader, has led the Lady jaguars to a 9-2 season.
Press Gazette photo by Bill Gamblin


Softball


W4 Liberty County (14-5) I


Class A


-- I' Bethlehem (12-3)

W1 Central (Milton) (9-2)


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R4 Eagle's View (.lax) (5-16)


W3 Aucilla Christian (9-8) I


R1 Pa\ton (9-8)


W2 Graceville (13-3)


R3 Monroe (Quincy) (17-5)


W4 First Coast Chr. (lax) (8-4)1 ,


Continued From Page One
Williams. "She really got over
to the ball and finished off the
.plays." ,:
Tate was a 1-0 loser to
Escambia High on Thursday
night at home.
Escambia High is the only
team to defeat the Lady Patriots
this season.
In other district action:
Jay 2, Northview 1
Krista Autrey scattered five
hits as Jay defeated Northview
2-1 to claim the District 1-2A
title at Northview.
Jay (8-7) had only three hits
but capitalized on five
Northview errors to score two
runs in the fourth inning for the
victory.
The Lady Royals will host
Freeport in the regional quarter-
finals on Thursday at Jay High
School.
Central 8, Paxton 7
Central came from behind
and defeated Paxton 8-7 in
eight innings to claim the
District 1-1A softball title in
Paxton.
The Jaguars (9-2) trailed
when they went to bat in the top
of the seventh before not only
tying the game, but then win-
ning in the only extra frame'
necessary.
"In both of our district
games we had to come from


behind to win," said Central
coach Darren Brock. "The girls
never gave up and we actually
tied the game in the bottom of
the 7th inning.
"The 8th inning the girls
were pumped up and came out
and held Paxton scoreless."
Central started off the bot-
tom of the eighth inning when
Jill Massey hit a hard liner
down the third base line.
On the next pitch Massey
would steal second to get into
scoring position.
Oakes then battled with the
Paxton pitcher to a 3-2 count
before lining the next pitch
through the game and into left-
center field to score Massey
from second.
"I am very proud of my
girls," said Brock. "We had a
shaky couple of innings early in
the game, but we kept plugging
away."
Brittany Weaver allowed 10
hits and struck out three for the
victory.
Weaver, Amber Barr and
Katie Oakes all went 2-for-4 at
the plate as Oakes added three
RBI's.
Central will host Bethlehem
(12-3) on Tuesday.


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


night with huge fireworks and
awesome give-aways! Daring double
plays...blazing line drives...and out
of the park homers!
Monday, May 9th
6:35pm
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SANTA ROSA
REAL ESTATE-SALE
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PETS/ANIMALS
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Experience with Macintosh computers and
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All experience and/or educational requirements must be clearly documented
on application before qualification for employment is determined.
Bachelor's degree in geography, geographic information systems, environ-
mental studies, computer science or related field and two (2) yrs of relevant
GIS mapping exp with the County's Endorsed GIS Software version 8.x
and higher. OR High School Diploma/GED, with an GIS industry/community
accepted GIS Certification and six (6) yrs of GIS work exp specifically with
the County's Endorsed GIS Software version 8.x and higher. All applicants
must have six (6) months exp with Microsoft Word and Access or completion
of a Word or Access training class. LICENSE: Applicant must have a valid
Florida Driver's License at the date of hire and maintain said license while
employed in this position.

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 HYPERLINK "http://www.san-
tarosa.fl.gov" www.santarosa.fl.gov. Complete job descriptions and applica-
tions are also available at the Santa Rosa County Human Resources Office,
6495 Caroline Street, Suite H, Milton, FL 32570, phone (850) 983-1948, Fax
(850) 981-2003. Veteran's Preference will be given in accordance with
Florida Statutes.

A Drug Free Workplace/EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER


102
Drivers

NEW DRIVER
HIRING EVENT
No Experience
Necessary
Werner Enterprises is
conducing a Hiring for
both experienced and
inexperienced drivers.
Come down and speak
to werner and take a
tour of our famous"
Show Truck". Our first
year drivers earn more
than 36,000.00 and
more than 60% of
Wernerner drivers get
home nightly/ weeky.
If you need a great
career then we want to
talk to you.
Applications will be
accepted on site.
CDL
TRAINING IS
AVAILABLE.
To get On The Road To
Success Be At
5750 E. Milton Rd.
Milton, Fl
Friday May 6
From 8am til pm
For additional
information and
directions.Call today
1(800)709-7364
DRIVER TRAINEES
NEEDED NOW! No
experience required.
Werner has immedi-
ate positions for en-
try-level semi driv-
ers. Our avg Drivers
earn more than
$36K first year. 60%
of Werner drivers
get home nightly or
weekly. 15 day CDL
Training now availa-
ble in your area. For
a solid new career,
call Today 1-866-
280-5309.
DRIVER- DO IT
NOW! .36 Singles &
.44 Teams, Students
welcome. Kllm
Transport Services.
Be home a lot!
CDLA-EOE- Call
866-357-7351.
NOW HIRING
CDL required.
Truck driver with
tractor trailer and
forklift experience a
must. 623-5385.


Bulldozers, Backhoes,
Loaders, Dump Trucks,
Graders, Scrapers,
Excavators
Next Class: May 9th
-National Certification
-Financial Assistance
Job Placemnent in your area
1-800-383-7364
Associated Training Services
www.alsn-schools.com


102
Drivers

LEARN
TO DRIVE
Tractor Trailers


102
Drivers
DRIVER-COVE-
NANT TRANS-
PORT: Excellent
pay and benefits for
Experienced Driv-
ers, 0/0, solo
Teams and Gradu-
ate Students. Bo-
nuses Paid Weekly.
Equal Opportunity
Employer (888)
MORE PAY (888-
667-3729)
DRIVER-COVE-
NANT TRANS-
PORT: Excellent
pay and benefits for
Experienced Driv-
ers, 0/0, solo
Teams and Gradu-
ate Students. Bo-
nuses Paid Weekly.
Equal Opportunity
Employer (888)
MORE PAY (888-
667-3729)
DRIVERS: SHORT
Haul and Regional
Pick your Hometimel
Big $$$ weekly.
Lease/ purchase
available. Own our
own trucks No mon-
ey/ credit? No prob-
lem! CDL-A w/2yrs
TT exp. Co. Drivers
Welcome. Shelton
Trucking 800-934-
0945 or 251-690-
9294
DRIVERS: SHORT
Haul and Regional
Pick your Hometimel
Big $$$ weekly.
Lease/ purchase
available. Own our
own truck! No mon-
ey/ credit? No prob-
leml CDL-A w/2yrs
TT exp. Co. Drivers
Welcome. Shelton
Trucking 800-934-
0945 or 251-690-
9294

EVERGREEN
TRANSPORTA-
TION needs drivers
to run the 13 SE
states with both
weekly and week-
end hometime. We
offer good pay and
benefits. ,lf you are
at least 23 with a
good driving record
with a HAZMAT en-
dorsement please
come by our termi-
nal located at 300
Hwy. 95A, Canto-
ment, Florida across
from IP paper mill or
call 850-968-1702.
NOW HIRING quali-
fied drivers for OTR
positions. Food
grade tanker. No
hazmat. No pumps.
Great Benefits,
Competitive Pay and
new equipment.
Need 2 years OTR
experience. Call By-
num Transport for-
your opportunity to-
day: (800)741-7950.

0/0 DRIVER- FFE,
The F/S is higher
here! $1.02 Avg.
$2,000 sign-on
$2,600 referral bo-
nus. Base plate pro-
vided. No truck no
problem, low cost
lease purchase.
(800)569-9298.
OWNER OPERA-
TORS Needed! We
provide equipment,
plenty of work for
experienced owner
operators. Good
MVR & Home week-
ends. Fuel price
held @ 1.25 Gal.
New Line Trans-
ports. (888)714-
0056. '

HEAVY EQUIPMENT
OPERATOR
TRAINING FOR
EMPLOYMENT


800-709-7364
S/E & 3-State Run:
T/T Drivers, HOME
WEEKENDS> Mile-
age Pay, Benefits,
401K. Trainees Wel-
come/ Miami area-
exp. req. 23 min
age/Class-A CDL.
Cypress Truck
Lines. (800)545-
1351.


HEAVY EQUIPMENT
OPERATOR
TRAINING FOR
EMPLOYMENT


Bulldozers, Backhoes,
Loaders, Dump Trucks,
Graders, Scrapers,
Excavators
Next Class: May 31st
*National Certification
-Financial Assistance
-Job Placement in your are
1.800-383-7364
Associated Training Services-
ww.atsn-schools.corn

104
General Help
1 TEMP and 1 full-
time maintence
man. Milton/ Pensa-
cola area. Apply in
person at Emerald
Sands Inn 6436
Hwy
90, Milton.
2004 EARNINGS:
Avg. solos $49,950,
Top team: $154,222,
Top solo: $70,526.
XM radio service,
class A CDL re-
quired. (800)CFI-
DRIVE (800-234-
3748)
www.cfidrive.com.
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.
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.
A&E CAREGIVERS
seeks part time di-
rect care staff to pro-
vide services to
mentally and physi-
cally challenged per-
sons in Santa Rosa
& Escambia County.
FBI background
check required. To
arrange for interview
call 458-3829.
AGENTS WANTED:
Necessity Horse
Supplement seeking
horse people to set
up dealers and. sell
product. Exclusivi-
ties available. Work
in an industry you
love Contact Sarah
@ (877)788-4448,
equineinfo@ihvets.c
om.
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.


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


contact our
advertising
specialists to
find out how
our action-
getting
classified
can go to
work for you
ASAP!


104
General Help
AGENTS/SALES
MANAGERS
$600.00-$1250.00
wk. National Mem-
bership Association
seeking statewide
agents and manag-
ers, immediate in-
come positions, sell-
ing to small busi-
nesses. We offer:
Weekly Pay! Month-
ly Residuals! Bonus-
es! Local training
and ,support! No ex-
perience, will train!
Licensed insurance
agents a plus. En-
dorsed Leads! Call
for local interview.
Start today, receive
first check next
week. Paul Newber-
ry (877)477-5796
pnewberry@fars-
marketing.com.
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.
BE BEAUTIFUL Be
becoming! Be an
AVON Representa-
tive. Seeking to hire
in this area. Fun job,
good pay, incentives
Call 995-7114, talk
to Beauty Advisor
Jillian today* Re-
ceive a free gift
when signing. Want
just to order AVON?
Call 995-7114 or go
to
www.youravon.com/j
pilz/
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.
DUMP TRUCK driv-
er needed. Full-time.
Call 983-9775.
EXPERIENCED
ROLL-OFF driver,
dependable $12/hr.
Call 777-0686
EXPERIENCED
STYLIST NEEDED,
no clientele neces-
sary 623-1164 or
626-9775.
FOREMEN. HIRING
working Foremen for
utility contract field
crews. Physical out-
door work, paid
training. $14/hr. plus
bonuses after pro-
motion. company
truck and benefits.
Must have strong
leadership skills,
good driving record,
and be able to travel
in Florida and SE
States. Call toll-free
(877)676-6731
(phone application
system). EOE
M/F/DN www.os-
mose.com.

GARAGE DOOR In-
stallers Needed. Im-
mediate openings,
experience prefer-
red, hourly pay de-
pends on experi-
ence. Call 994-2267
or 475-8700.
LICENSED PLUMB-
ERS & Helpers
needed. Benefits
Available. 626-8456.





Have a
special
service you
would like
everyone to
know about?
Tell us so
that we can
tell the world.
Whether
you're a CPA,
CNA, LPN,
RN or just
hold a CDL


TAKING
APPLICATIONS.
Good DL required,
outside work.
Bob's Canoes.
623-5457.


TEACHERS WANT-
EDI Over 50 South
Carolina school dis-
tricts interviewing at
the 16th annual "SC
EXPO for Teacher
Recruitment" Colum-
bia, S.C. June 6.
Register online at
www.cerra.org/teach
erexpo.asp. State-
wide online teaching
application available
at
www.winthrop.edu/s
cteach

WANTED CHURCH
Pianist. Chumuckla
United Methodist.
Call 995-4261, leave
message.


104
General Help
LABORS NEEDED
for foundation work.
Must have own
transportation. $8.50
hr. or depending on
experience. Call
(850)380-9179 ,or
(850)572-2477.
LIBERTY
NATIONAL Life
Insurance
Do You Earn
$75,000 A Year?
Would You Like
To? Using our pro-
ven marketing plan
you could earn
$75K your first year
with us--even more
the next year with
renewals and bo-
nuses! We offer two
retirement funds,
health insurance,
paid vacation,
convention trips
and morel No
experience neces-
sary. On-the-job
training Require-
ment: honesty, hard
work, dependable
transportation, and
the willingness to
follow our system.
We are an Equal
Opportunity
Employer.
Find out more Call:
983-7576.
LOOKING FOR 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.
MAINTENANCE
HELP wanted. Ex-
perience required,
HVAC certified. Pool
experience. Fax re-
sume 983-0181.
NEEDED, SOME-
ONE to do light
housekeeping, part-
time, flexible hours
In my home. Call
995-9720.
NOW ACCEPTING
applications PT/FT
no exp necessary
$50 Cash hiring bo-
nus Guaranteed In
writing (888)318-
1638 ext 107
www.USMall-
IngGroup.com.
NOW HIRING wait-
ress and cook for
Bayou Cafe in Pace.
Call 994-9232.
P/T DIETARY AID
position available
8 hour afternoon
shift.
No experience
necessary.
Apply in person at
Santa Rosa Health
and Rehab
5386 Broad St.
in Milton EOE
PUBLISHER'S
NOTICE
Milton Newspapers,
Inc. (dba The Santa
Rosa Press Gazette
and The Sarita 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 you! 2-3
confirmed appoint-
ments daily! Benefits
available. Call Cath-
erine McFarland
(888)563-3188


censed and Insured.
Free Estimates. Ke-
vin Frey (850) 983-
7820. Call us...or
pay morel
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.


104
General Help
TRANSOLUTIONS,
INC. Medical Tran-
scriptionists: FT and
PT positions availa-
ble. Excellent bene-
fits and compensa-
tion. Software, dicta-
tion equipment pro-
vided. Phone costs
paid. 2 years hospi-
tal transcription ex-
perience required.
Fax (847)234-3471
or apply online
www.transolutions.n
et. EOE.



310
Business
Opportunities
$1,380 WEEKLY!!!
Processing Our Bro-
chures. FT/PT. $50
CASH HIRING BO-
NUS! Guaranteed in
writing. (800)469-
8030.
ALL CASH CANDY
ROUTE Do you earn
$800/day? 30 ma-
chines, free candy
all for $9,995., 800-
814-6323
B02000033 Call us,
we will not be under-
soldl
AN INCREDIBLE
Opportunity. Learn
to Earn $100k+/year
wrkg from home
P/T. NOT MLM Free
info (800)627-4958
wWw.newligestyle.ca

FANTASTIC BUSI-
NESS Opportunity.
Family Financial
Centers Provides a
unique approach to
the check cashing
and payday loan
business (877)236-
5508. www.familyfi-
nanclalcenters.com.
HEARD OF Vem-
ma? #1 In only 5
months Your own
Internet business
World-wide product
Interest Very believ-
able Income figures!
www.vemmabullder.
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.
PEARIDGE FLEA-
MARKET!! Cleanest
Fleamarket In Area.
We Want Your Busi-
ness Nowl! Great.
Location. Lots Of
Parking and Free
Admission. Polar-
ized Sunglasses,
Great Prices. Why
Pay Retail? Come
Shop With Us. We'll
Save You Money!!
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.
VENDING ROUTE!
Local-
Coke/Lays/Mars/Wa
ter. Financing avail-
able w/$7500 down.
Great locations and
equipment. Call
(877)843-8726
(02037-SC960).
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 griinding,
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-


and refinishing. Rea-
sonable Rates. Li-
censed & Insured.
Call for quote 850-
994-7561 or 490-
0404.

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


I


315
Business Services
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 Fence and Deck
Company. All types
of fencing installed
and repaired. Spe-
cializing in privacy
fencing and wooden
decks. Free Esti-
mates. 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. -
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.
DIVORCE & IN-
CORP $99 Plus pa-
ternity and other
family law forms.
Fast, reliable and
accurate. Call (888)
Speed-44 or (888-
773-3344). Legal
Expedia Ino, 8am-
6pm weekdays.
DOUBLE'"B" Land
Clearing. Backhoe
Work. Licensed and,,,
Injured. 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.
FLORIDA NOTARY
Weddings, 994-
6689,After 5:30 pm
HAVE TEETH? No
dental coverage?
Ameriplan is the an-
swer. Family cover-
age for only $19.95
month. Save hun-
dreds. Free Pre-
scription, Vision, and
Chiropractic plans
all included.
WWW.Iboplus.com
enter 12663953.
Schedule appoint-
ment and I'll give
you a free gift. Call
Jill 995-7114.
HUSEBY FLOOR
covering. Installing
Hardwood & Lami-
nate Flooring, sand


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315
Business Services
ISLAND CUSTOM
BUILDERS No
waiting list. Paint-
ing, Interior/Exterior
Repairs. ,'iooring
provided & Installed.
We can handle all
your flood damage
repairs. Licensed
and Insured. Call
AL Now! 850-449-
5296
JAKE'S STUMP
Grinding. No truck in
yard. Will go through
36" gate, self propel-
led. 850-313-9904.
LAND CLEARING/
Dozer/Tractor work
Leveling, root rak-
ing, bushogging,
disking. Equipment
and material trans-
port available. By
the Job or by the
hour. Call for esti-
mates. No job too
small. Call Billy Rog-
ers. 850-957-4952
or Cell 850-261-
8407.
LOCAL HOME Re-
pair. Paint, drywall,,
trim & tile. Fence re-
pair & installation.
10 years experi-
ence. Contact Paul
McMullen 850-723-
9767.
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.
MAYBE, YOU can
do it yourself, but
will you? Dave Kop-
pin Home Improve-
ment, Inc. Specializ-
ing in Small Home
Improvement Proj-
ects & Maintenance.
Cell (850) 346-2496
or (850) 626-6944.
Free Estimates.
MCARTHUR'S
STUMP Grinding.
623-6634 Call for
Pat 293-6500 or Call
for Doug 382-0393.

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
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)


315
Business Services
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.
READINGS BY
Pandora. Specializ-
ing in tarot card
readings, reuniting
relationships, voice
vibrations and help
in business, finan-
ces, or whatever
your problem may
be. Call and you can
get one question an-
swered for free. Toll
free 1-866-971 -
9797.
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.
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
REGISTERED
CHILD Care;, have
room for newborns
and up to 9 months.
Great references.
Call 994-0260 ask
for Beth.
REGISTERED
HOME in Milton has
2 openings for an in-
fant through 2 years.
Mon.-Fri. 7:00am to
5:30pm and one
opening for after
school, W.H. Rho-
des district. 6 1/2
years experience,
references available.
Registration #FR-
6159-S Please call
623-1670.
325
Domestic
DEPENDABLE
HOUSEKEEPER
TEN YEARS EXPE-
RIENCE. REASON-
ABLE RATES.CALL
994-6236
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.
HOMEOWNERS!
CONSOLIDATE


your debts. Save
Hundreds per month
on your payments!
Stop throwing hard-
earned money
away! Call to lower
payments or get
cash. (866)766-
1920.
LOANS BY phone.
Up to $1000 in
24hrs. No credit
check! Bank
account
Req. (888)350-3722
www.paycheckto-
day.com.


335
Financial Services
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.


FARRELL'S LAWN
CARE Reasonable
Rates & Quality
Service. Mowing,
Raking, Edging,
Shrubs Trimmed,
Gutters Cleaned,
Debris Hauled. Call
850-995-8067

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.


* Space


FL LcH
FL. Lie


350
Senior Care


VISITING
ANGELS
SENIOR CARE
*, In home
-i Companionship
*-. Meals
* Light housework
*:i- Errands
944-2211


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402
Apartments
APARTMENTS
FOR rent. Milton
Area 2br. Call 983-
0463.
FOR RENT, Pace
1/1 furnished, avail-
able now. $160
week $400 dep, all
utilities included.
995-4753.
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
404
Commercial


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


406
Homes
1 YEAR old house
3br/ 2ba. Genesis
Park Subdivision.
Refrigerator, stove,
dishwasher, and ga-
*rage. Credit check,
no pets, no hud.
$900/ $1,000 depos-
it. Call 748-3046.

MILTON 3/1
$400/mo plus
$400/deposit. CH/A,
W/D hookup. 6731
West Walker St. Call
623-2136.

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.com
Call For A Free Bro-
chure (800) 841-
5868

GOLF VIEW Bar-
gain! 198/ mo. Nice-
ly wooded home-
sites in upscale golf
community close to
town. A sanctioned
Golf Digest Teach-
ing Facility, too! 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.


408
Land

LAND FOR SALE
Refer to
Classification
#510

410
Mobile Homes

2BD/2BA, TOTAL
electric, dishwaser
etc. Eastgate mo-
bile home park.
626-8973.
2BR/1BA MOBILE
Home. $375/mo,
dep. & ref.Call 850-
537-6222 or 850-
499-7412.

2BR/1BA NICE
clean and quiet
Pace area. All elec-
tric and completely
reworked. Comes
with water and gar-
bage furnished. 995-
1717.

MARLBOROUGH
VILLAGE 2bd/1lba,
deck, W/d hookup,
$400 month $400
deposit. 479-4410.

412
Rooms For Rent

ROOM FOR rent in
East Milton. $60 per
week. 981-5466.

ROOMS FOR rent-
Downtown Milton,
Glover Lane, Every-
thing included.
$125/$150 wk. plus
deposit. 983-4884 or
450-1417- (24
hours). Cable, Re-
frigerator, Color TV,
Microwave, A/C,
garbage, parking in-
cluded. Clean.

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

2BD/2BA ACRE lot,
fenced yard, sepa-
rate storage,
screened porch and
fireplace. Garcon
Point area.
$124,000. neg. Call
572-5082.


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Cathedral Ceiling in Great Room Chdick 2
cious Kitchen & Dining Area with custom cabinets s,,tfo 2.
* Architectural Shingles Vinyl Exterior Trim Norwood 2
Luxury Marble Vanity Tops Mayfair 2
Garden Tub and Shower Diplomat 2
Ceiling Fans in all Bedroom and Great Room Hampton 2
Walk-in Closets in Bedrooms Gemini 2
French Doors Gas or Wood Fireplace Inglewood 2
Ambassador 2
Yo~k 2
Oxford 2
rill build on Slab or Piers Lington 2
Lexington 4 BR 2
-.:Pinebrook (Signature Series)2
* Fleetvood 2
Kingston (Signature Series) 2
Executive 2 1/2
Regency (Signature Scries) 3
2 Bedroom Duplex 2 (1 each unit)
Visit our website www.steelehomes.cc 3 Bed..,om Duplex 4 (2 eachunit)


.S.5STEELE MY
j. AND COMPANY, INCORPORATED
.. ...... 6705 N. Pensacola Blvd. 477-7880
S#cRco4481o Toll Free (888) 231-1255


506
Homes
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.
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.
LAND FOR Sale By
Owner East Milton.
Aprx 13.58 acres for
sale with modular
3/2. 1'782 sqft dwell-
ing surrounded by
1.5 acres cleared.
Will consider divid-
ing. Property has
308.6 ft of Hwy 90
frontage. Invest in
the future! Submit
proposal/bid to
Miltoniand@aol.com

MIGHTY TENNES-
SEE River view
"Bluff" Home. North
Alabama. $254,000.
Lake Guntersville
69,100 Acre Lake
"Waterfront" Home.
Place for Boat-
house. North Alaba-
ma. $325,000. Deb-
bie Mathis Realty.
(888)574-2525.
NEW 3BR/ 2BA
1580 sq/ft corner lot.
Located in Jaime
Ridge in Milton.
6190 Bandol Court.
Fully carpeted.
Worth seeing, worth
owning $162,000
Call between 9am-
6pm, 939-8568.
NEW 3BR/ 2BA lo-
cated in Jaime
Ridge in Milton.
4723 Lemoyne Vis-
ta. Fully carpeted. A
must see. $148,500
Call between 9am-
6pm 939-8568.
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.

FOR SALE
100X341 Lot. Locat-
ed at the end of
Ward Basin Rd.
$8,500. Call
(662)773-9815.
LAND FOR RENT
Refer to
Classification
#408


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
74,300
79,000
79.900
82,600
83,400
86,200
93,400
86,800
90,400
92,600
96,400
96,800
111,000
103,200
125,000
120,200
147,600
112,000
129,300


510
Land


3/4 ACRE
improved lot.
20x40 shop, 6ft
chain link fence,
carport, large
beautiful trees,
cleared ready to
build home or
mobile home. Has
septic system.
Pea Ridge area.
$38,000 Call
983-2296.

COASTAL GEOR-
GIA- Water access
marshfront d home-
sites. Gated com-
munity, tennis,
golf,kayaking & con-
oeing.' Preconstruc-
tion discounts, limit-
ed time. From mid-
70's www.cooper-
spoint.com
(877)266-7376.
"MAKE THIS Sum-
mer the Best" E
Tennessee's Norris
Lake and Golf prop-
erties make every
year special. Start-
ing at only $24,900-
Call Lakeside Realty
(423)626-5820
www.lakesiderealty-
tn.com.
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.


PRIME
Country
Ranch
Huge i
great h
ty. Ame
guest h
tennis
riding a
Excelled
near AL
Antonio
$219k.
opp'ty,
(866)93
x113.


510
Land
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 15yr vari-
able loan. Rates
subject to change
w/out notice. Void
where prohibited.
STAFFORD
FARMS in Chu-
muckla. 1 acre lots.
Restricted subdivi-
sion. 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
(406)581-2125.
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
556


TEXAS Hill Homes
25-30 Acre WESTERN NC
Properties. Mountains. North
oaks, views- Carolina. Where
iorse proper- there is: Cool Moun-
nities include tair Air, Viewsd and
houses, pool, Streams, Homes
court, barn, Cabins and Acre-
area, more. age. Call for a Free
arena loaions brochure of Moun-
tnt locations ain Property Sales
istin and San call (800)642-5333,
From Realty of Murphy,
Tremendous 317 Peachtree St.,
call now Murphy, NC 28906.
37-2624, www.realtyofmur-
phy.com.

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560
Land

5 MINUTES to
Greenbrier Resort
MTN Land Bargains
20 Acres & Up*
www.iiveinwv.com.

GRAND OPENING!
May 21 & 22
Ocala/Gainesville
Area. 20 Acres from
$195,000. 100 Acres
from $450,000. New
semi-private gated
community featuring
parcels w/frontage
on the Wacassassa
iver. Gorgeous
woodlands teeming
w/deer & turkey.
SAVE $10,000. Plus
get up to $10,000
to-
ward closing costs!
great financing, little
down. Call toll-free
(866)352-2249, x
436 or www.flland-
bargains.com.

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 util, cen-
tral water, sewer,
more. Excellent fi-
nancing. Call now
(800)704-3154, ext.
608. Sunset Bay,
LLC.

LAKEFRONT BAR-
GAINS Starting at
$89,900. Gorgeous
lakefont parcels.
Gently sloping, pris-
tine shoreline, spec-
tacular views.
Across from national
forest on 35,000
acre recreational
lake in East Tenn.
Paved roads, under-
ground utilities, cen-
tral water, sewer.
Excellent financing.
Call now (800)704-
3145 x617, 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 buyer
with quick closings.
Call (877)426-2636
or email: landyeti-
veg@aol.com
Michael R Dobbins


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560 '
Land
LOOKING FOR
Mountain Property?,
Gated community
near Hot Springsi
NC. Spectacular
view A river home.
sites. Clubhouse;
paved roads &
More! Call (866)411
5263 Bear River
Lodge.
NEW MEXICO 20
acres $24,900.
scenic region, views'
canyons, tress, roll-
ing hills, wildlife. Erin
joy hunting, hiking,
horses, great cli"
mate. Power, great
access. 100% Fi2
nancing. Call
(877)822-LAND!
PES


706
Livestock Supplies


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


708
Pets


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


712
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.


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

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802
Antiques
THE RESTORA-
STION Shop. Antique
furniture restoration
and refinishing. Over
'415 years experi-
Sece. Portfolio & ref-
*'erences available.
Call Glenn at 981-
5466.
804
Apparel
JO ANNE'S AL-
" 'TERATIONS. I have
SIone alterations for
2 local cleaners for
', years. I have
opened a shop in
my home. Fast, Pro-
',fessional. Service,
give me a call. 8-5.
i ,lon-Fri. 626-0735
!'ir 261-6853.

PROM
DRESSES
Worn last year.
J Not old
fashioned.
! Sizes 8-10.
One purple
(never worn),
one white, and
one teal. All
three strapless.
Call Sheena
at the
S Press Gazette
623-2120 or
637-7044
after 5pm.


GENERMA
MERC^^HADS


806
Appliances
15 CUBIC foot
freezer, good
shape, chest high
$75. Call
994-0675.

814
Furniture

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


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

PILLOW TOP
King $230
Queen $159
Full $140
Can deliver
850-418-5274

LARGE METAL
desk. Good condi-
tion. $50. Call 994-
9633.
LEATHER COUCH
and love seat, good
condition. Asking
$250 couch, $200
love seat, or $375
for both. Call 994-
6914.


814
Furniture

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

QUEEN MAT-
TRESS SET new
dbl pillow top. Ex-
ceeds Sertia warran-
ty $250. Can deliver
850-501-0270 Still in
plastic. 501-0270
SOFA, LOVE seat
and recliner $300.
Maple Bed with mat-
tresses $100. All in
good condition. Call
623-8882
822
Musical
Instruments
PEAVEY 40 Series
Musician Amplifier
with covers. 41/2
feet tall. 210 Watts.
4 12", .speakers.
Sound effects.
Equalizer. 2 chan-
nels. 4 inputs. Rare-
ly used. $650. Cash
only. Call Pete after
4:00 PM at 994-
2982.

'830
Miscellaneous
For Sale

CANOPY EZ-LIP
express model
with custom sides,
velcro fasteners
$200. Call
626-0399.


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,.
HOSPITAL BED all
'electric and/or man-
ual. Excellent condi-
tion with mattress
and side rails. $500
Call 939-5534.



Centipede-
St. Agixstirine
Farm Direct
We Deliver
434-0066


830
Miscellaneous
For Sale
BRAND NEW Com-
puter Bad Credit?
No Problems you're
approved. Guaran-
teed. No credit
check checking ac-
count required.
(800)507-4855.. Blue'
Hippo Funding call
now for free bonus.
FOR SALE
(4) PWHEELS/93-
98 Jeep Grand
Cherokee $120
Entertainment
Center $275
Loveseat and Sofa
(light blue) $250
CAII BJ
@ 626-3360


830
Miscellaneoi
For Sale


830
Miscellaneous
For Sale
MERITS SCOOTER
Chair for sale. 2
years old, only 3
hours of use. Great
shape, $1,500 obo.
Call after 4pm, 626-
1982 (serious inqui-
ries only)
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.

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.


830
us Miscellaneous
For Sale
B STEEL BUILD-
INGS. Factory deals
*save $$$. 40 x 60'
to 100 x 200'. Exam-
stall pie: 50 x 100 x 12' is
$3.60 sqft.
(800)658-2885.
www.rigidbuilding.co
w m.
THE LOWEST Pre-
nY, scription Prices
on LESS THAN CANA-
DA. Global Medi-
F8 cines, Arizona physi-
cian owned.
eIl. 7 (866)634-0720
Nev- www.globalmedi-
udes cines.net.
liver. TREADMILL- WE-
Can SLO T Cadence
.A.C. LX225 Mileage and
Jnder pulse rate $250.
h. In Concrete picnic ta-
ble, 3 benches, very
Call heavy, you move
$85. Call 626-9217
or 449-0299.
luild-
Steel WE NOW HAVE
ings. FRESH PRODUCE
at DOUBLE D Farms.
ings! Hwy 89. Allentown.
x60 Quality, Freshly
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hGa- erres. You pick
hop/ strawberries SAT-
341- URDAY ONLY 8am-
until. 623-3721 or
983-6925.
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)ING Beds. Buy direct
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all save! Full body units
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830
Miscellaneous
For Sale,
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
case $50 obo. Call
626-2970.


832
Miscellaneous
Wanted

CASH PAID for
Hardcover Books,
and 1920- 1960
Serial movies
cliffhangerss). 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


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
1990 CHRYSLER
5th Ave. New York-
er. Perfect
'condition. New
complete NC
system, under war-
ranty. New rebuilt
transmission,
radiator, struts, etc.
Must see arind drive.
98k miles, garage
kept. $3,995. Call
623-0101,.
93 CHEVY Corsica ,
red, runs good. Ask-
ing $1,500 Call 981-
1139.
93' PONTIAC Bon-
neville SSEI (super-
charged) Loaded,
Great shape $4,500.
Call 623-5508.


912
Motor Homes
2001 DUTCHMEN
Classic camper.
Awning, slideout liv-
ing area, oak cabi-
nets, queen bed,
bumper pull, warran-
ty, spotless $16,000.
Call 982-1894.
2002 CONDOR 33ft
with slide. 8,000
miles $49,900. Call
675-0518.
91 PROWLER, 26ft,
good condition.
$4,800 Call 623-
8261 after 4pm.
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.

918
Trucks

91' CHEVY S-10,
4.3 Liter, V-6.
$2,500. 994-7286


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