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Creation Date: August 24, 2005
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Table of Contents
    Section A: Main
        A 1
        A 2
        A 3
        A 4
        A 5
        A 6
        A 7
    Section A: Prime
        A 8
        A 9
    Section A: Main Continued
        A 10
        A 11
        A 12
    Section B: Sports
        B 1
    Section B: Classifieds
        B 2
        B 3
        B 4
        B 5
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NEWS


VIEWS
QLWith the upcoming wet/dry
vote, would a public official's
personal opinion influence your
Vote?
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DAVE
CONLEY
"No, I don't figure they're any
more intelligent than I am in
what I want or don't want."


PAULINE
GRIMES
"No, it
won't
because I
am voting
dry.",


RALPH
NESENSEN
"It's not going
to affect
mine. On
something
like this, I
don't think an
elected offi-
cial should .
put their opin-
ion out
there."


ROSIE
RICH
"No, it won't
affect my
-vote at all."


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**-Nfete.~s


SHEILA
VEMMER
"If I lived
here, it would
depend on
the official."


Job Fair is

: tomorrow
Need ajob?
Sl op by NAS S: hitting
SField's 16t annual job fair
'ThursdaN and don't forget your,
resume.
.The Fair begins at 9 a.m.
"nd continues until 3 p.m., at
Whiting's JPATS Buildina
3125.
Over 50 local, regional and
national employers are sched-
uled to be on hand.
SFirms represented include
'Airlift Technologies, Goodrich
'Aerostructures. Santa Rosa
Ci\ il Service, Gulf Power, U.S.
'Forest. Service, Bollinger
Shipyard and Lear Sigler
'}Services.
The fair is free to the pub-
lic.
For more information, con-
tact Darryl Johnson or Terri
Maddox at NASVF Fleet and
Family Support Center, 623-,
7,177.

The Press
Gazette is
printed on
100% recy-
cled paper
using envi-
ronmentally-friendly soy-based
ink.


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Battle lines drawn:


Sides squaring off as September 6 wet/dry vote nears
Superintendent is the latest to ten by members of the CALL the school system's payroll will issued a memo to many Santa
By JIM FLETCHER make his feelings known. (Citizens Against Legalizing be enough to tip the scales in Rosa church-goers.
PG Assistant Publisher Friday, Rogers mailed a let- Liquor' anti-liquor group, was favor of a dry vote. In it, he outlines an attempt
As Santa Rosa's upcoming ter to the almost 3,000 school sent not as Santa Rosa's top Anti-liquor forces are to garner money from one
wet/dry vote nears, lines are employees, asking they vote educator, but only as a citizen. pulling out many of the stops as establishment that had donated
being drawn and people are against the sale of hard liquor CALL representatives say the September 6 deadline nears. to the pro-liquor side of the
beginning to take sides. and wine. they hope Rogers' letter to Robert Smith, Chair of the issue.
Santa Rosa's School Rogers says the letter, writ- teachers and other workers on CALL group, late last week See LINES, Page 5A.


10,000


ballots


returned
O Despite prior warn-
ings, thousands were
undeliverable.
B. JIMN FLETCHER
PG A Iii'tauI P1tit di-r
Last Thursda\. more than
100,000 ballots \ent out for the
Sept. 6 wet/dry referendum.
Nlonda\. more than 10,000 of
those \ ere returned-undeliv-
erable.
That, despite weeks of
warnings from the Supervisor
of Elections Office to make sure
addresses on record are current
and accurate.
"\We had 8.i000 inactive vot-,
ers on our rolls, says Santa
Rosa Super\isor of Elections
Arm Bodenstein. "so ve were.
pretty sure ,e'd be getting
those back."
If there as ana doubt just
how "hot" the wet/dry issue is
in Santa Rosa, those doubts
were laid to rest Monday morn-
ing when Bodenstein notes,
"five minutes after 8. we had a
stack more than a foot tall of
ballots people had already filled
in and returned to our office.
The front office \ as very busy
all day Monday."
She says a lot of Santa
Rosans are lnow coming in to
make address changes. Those
who waited too long to change
their address can wait until the
week of August 29 and request
a new ballot.
Between address changes,
requests for new ballots and an
anticipated "turnout" of more
than 60,000 voters, Bodenstein
says her office is now in full
gear for the September 6 ballot-
ing.
"On election night," she
says, "we will have 25 people
working. None of the ballots
can be opened until 7. p.m. on
Sept. 6. We will have a bank of
electric letter openers. The let-
ters will be opened and put
See BALLOTS,. Page 3A.


Plan to 'Fill the Boot' Friday for Labor Day telethon


By DEBORAH NELSON
Press Gazette Staff \Writcr


Milton's fire department
will be pulling off boots-and
asking area motorists, to fill


them-Friday.
Milton Cit, Fire personnel
w ill be collecting donations at
area traffic intersections for the
Muscular Dystrophy
Association (MDA) and JeT 's


Kids.
MFD personnel have par-
ticipated in "Fill the Boot"
activities for three years.
Nationally, firefighters have
sponsored the Muscular


Dystrophy Association for 51
years, MDA sources note.
*'Funds raised by the fire-
lighters gi\e MDA the means to
continue providing direct ser\-
ices to children and adults \ ith


neuromuscular diseases in
Northwest Florida," the MDA
points out.
Area drivers may spot fire-
lighters at Dogw\ood Drive and
Sec BOOT, Page 3.4.


Post-hurricane bridge

loans are still available


By DEBORAH NELSON
Press Gazette Staff Writer
The University of West
Florida's Small Business
Development Center (SBDC) is
ready and waiting .to lend a
hand to small business owners
who still need to pick up and
move on after recent disasters;
The agency is ready to help
owners set up a disaster recov-
ery plan, or put already-formed
plans into motion.
SBDC is also working to
facilitate Small Business


Bridge Loan (disaster loan)
applications and awards.
About $2 million is avail-
able to eligible county business-
es.
The short-term loans are
designed to help post-disaster
'local businesses with emer-
gency cash flow needs related
to physical damages.
Eligible businesses must
have been in operation for at
least one year prior to the storm
and,suffered significant physi-
cal damage.
'See LOANS, Page 3A.


wSR Santa Rosa County '

L Chamber of Conmmerec
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Santa Rosa County Commissioners John Broxson Don Salter, (second and third from left), Milton City
Manager Donna Adams (thirf from right), members of the Santa Rosa County Chamber of Commerce
and others gathered Tuesday morning for a ribbon cutting to mark the opening of a Veterans' Memorial
Plaza Office at the site of the new and popular memorial.


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Sheriff's Report


8/12/05 to 8/18/05
Brown, Latoshia Eylaine;
Female; 37; 5262 Deerfoot Lane,
Milton, FL; Aggrav Asslt W/Deadly
Weapon W/O Intent to Kill (domes-
tic violence). /14/05
Davs, Johnny Lee; Male; 50;
6648 Grace Street, Milton, FL;
Trespassing Property Not Structure


or Convey, Possess Cocaine. 8/12/05
Dockter, Bruce Raymond;
Male; 24; 8090 Atlantic Blvd.,
Jacksonville, FL; Flee/Elude Police
at High Speed. 8/14/05
Dozier, Tony Lamar; Male; 32;
3009 TV Tower Road, Dozier, AL;
Probation Violation-Felony. 8/12/05
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Did you receiver mail ballot?


Ann W. Bodenstein, Supervisor of elections, advises

that if you have not received your Local Option mail

ballot by Monday, August 29t then you will need to

go to one of the following places to sign an affidavit:

Supervisor of Elections Ofice, Jay Town Hall, or the
South Santa Rosa Service Center. Once you have

signed the affidavit you will be issued a replacement

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Santa Rosa County, Florida

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2114 Paloma St., Navarre, FL;
Probation Violation-Felony. 8/13/05
Kelley, Jacqueline Denee;
Female; 38; 5688 Belandville Road,
Milton, FL; Failure to Appear for
Felon) Offense, Larc-Petit 1st
Offense, Pass Forged Altered
Instrument, 8/12/05
Kilpatrick, Jr., Donald Edgar;
Male; 46; 6345 Dickerson Ave.,
Milton, FL; Probation Violation-
Felony. 8/13/05
Lawson, Dexter Antonro; Male:
22, 319 Mar Brown Rd., Quincy,
FL; Battery On Detention Facil'
Employee W Fluids. Health-Safety
Present Hinder Firefighter ,or
Equipment. 8/14/05
MlcGowan. Damian Lee; Male;
22; 4332 Seaport Road; Pace, FL;
Aggra\ Asslt W/Intent toCommitA ;
Felony .2 cis.), Aggra% Batter-
Cause Bodily Harm or Disabilit.
domestic violence i, Consernation-
Animals-Catuse Cruel Death Pain
and Suffering 8/14/05
Price. Lara Suzanne: Female.
35. 11525 Thousand Oaks Dnve.
Pensacola,. FL: Failure to Appear for
Felony Offense. 8/12105
Proclor. Brian Keith. Male. 32:
2832 Brassie Circle, Navarre. FL.
Larc-Over $3300 Lnder 5$20.0)00.
Stolen Prop-Deal In, Bail-Secured
Bond -Failure to Appear for Felony
Offense. 8/14/05
Smih, Tommiee Joel; Male; 35;
2190 How\ell Pitt Road. Jay, FL,
Aggrav Asslt W/DeadlN Weapon
W/O Intent to Kill idomesuc \io-
lencel. 8/13/05


St Amant r., Paul Roger; Male;
33; 7304 St. Johns Circle, Milton,
FL; Out of State Fugitive From-
Justice. 8/12/05
Alien, James Robert; Msiale: 35;
4536 Trice Road, Pace, FL; Fraud-
Swindle-Defraud: Financial
Institution. NDG
SLong. Emily Elizabeth: Female:
34: 2808 Oak St., Shre report. LA:
DUI. 8,'14/05
Smock, Jeffrey Duane; Male;
50; 2201 Janet St., Na\arre. FL;
DUI. 8/14/05
Marshall, Dewayne Levette;
Male; 27: 1083 Trammell. Natarre.
FL; Drie While License Susp.
8/13/05
SMitciell,' James Larry; Male;
42. 511 Farmington PL, Gretna. LA;
Drugs-Possess Cntrl Sub \ '0.
Preicnption. NMarijuana-Possess Not
More Than 20 Grams. Dnre while e
LIc Susp I tOffense. /13/ 05
Smith. lMechelle Ta,lor:
Female: 34-: 42A Fa\un Lane.
Shalimar, FL. Dnve While Lic Susp
Habitual Otfender S/I 3/05
Rile\. George -\lexander: Male:
-45: 1310 North S Street. Pensacola.
FL, Vehicle Theft-Grand 3rd
Degree NDG
Ard, DannN; Nalee; 25, 5317
.\enida De Golf, Pace. FL; DUI.
S/12/05
Burke. Basil Deaj\ne. Male;
48;: 4566 Jemigan Rd.. Pace. FL;
DUI. 8/13/05
Fitzgerald. Krnstai n Richelle:
Female. 21. 22443 Hw*\. 98. Fole..
FL: DUI.
Hard). Michael Scott; Male; 33:
3901 Willard Norris Rd., Pace. FL;
DiI.
Inerahm, Deborah Kay:
Female, 45; 5368 Youpon St.,
Million, FL; DUI. 8/14/05
NMosele. II. William Curtis:
Male; 30; 4950 Glo\er Lane.
Million, FL; DUI. 5/1-1/05
Parks. Linda L. Female: 5S,
1899 Resere Blvd. Gulf Breeze.
FL; DUI. 8/14/05
Patterson Richard Anthon':
Nale, 37; 433I0 Pamona Park%\aN.
Semmes. AL: DUl 8/12105
Alani Joanne: Female. 26;
4531 Bagdad Park Ci.. NMilion, FL,
Larceny-Thet is $300 or More But
Less Than $5,000. Larcen\ Petit Ist


Off (14 cts.), Fraud-Utter False
Instrument (15 cts.). 8/15/05
Daigle, Lawrence Eugene; Male;
29; 1103 Burton, Sulphur, LA;
Fugitive From Justice. 8/15/05
Huffman, Belinda Annelte;
Female; 34; 3920 Evergreen Dr.,
Pace. FL: Possess Cocaine. Si15/05
SCampbell. Kenneth Todd: Male:
26. 1194 Johnson Circle,
Lawrenceiille. GA. Probation
Violatino-Felony. S/ 17/05
Dal. William Demck: Male.
38. 9731 Aloha Ln, Pensacola, FL.
Probaton Viloation-FelonN. Failure
to Appear Organized Fraud 8/17/05
Fremin. Michael Rasmond.
Niale. 45: 3277 Cobbitoun Rd, Jaa.
FL: Oui of State Fugir\e From
Justice s'8 /05
Graham. TonI T: Male: 29:
2343 Penis Ci Pensacola, FL:
Larcen\ Theft is $300 or More But
Less Than $5.000. Si/l/05
Mauggel. Ro\ A: Male; 41, 346
Marsille. Indianapolis. IN; Sex
Asslt-Vicum 12 YOA Older Special
Conditions. 8/17/05
Currie. William Henn, Nale:
59; 6501 Sinclair St.. Million. FL.
Probation Violation-Felony. 8/17/05
Buller. Mlichael Shane: Male:
34. S086 South Yale, Tulsa, OK:
Assli-lnient Threat to do Violence
domestic iolencei. Burglary of
Occupied Con\e.ance and
Unarmed. S/I 7/05
Pinkne\. Rebecca Sue: Female:
31: 206-A Sessions St.. MNilon.
Million. FL; Probation Violaion-
Felons. Si 7/f:5
Burks, John Spencer: Male: 41.
6069 Carr Rd., Milion, FL: Cruelht
Toward Child Abuse Without Great
Harm. 8/16/05
Ferando, Ulloa; Male: 46; 707
N X St. Pensacola. FL; No Dnvers'
License. Fraud-Possess Similitude
Idenuicanon Card. 8/17/05
McCo). Paul Ed\ard. Male. 39:
425 lain St.. Carolton. KY.
Burglary of Structure Conveyance
Unarmed W/O0 Person Inside,
LarcenN-Petit Theti, Pass Forged
Altered Instrument 14 cis .. Fraud-
Utter False Instrument 114 cis.i.
8/17/05
\illiams. Tomm\ Lee: Male;
38: PO Box 2939 Immokalee. FL;
Kidnap Minor-Interfere a ith


Custody. 8/17/05
McGowan, Damian Lee; Male; i
22; 4332 Seaport Rd., Pace, FL,
Probation Violation-Felony. 8/17 '02
Pearson. Ton ia S., Male: 29: 556
W. 14th St. New York, NY; Fugitive
From Justice. 8/17/05
Watts, Darrell Eugene; Jr.:'
Male; 36; 4268 W. Aenida De Golf;.
Pace, FL; Battery -Touch or Strike I 3'
cts i domestic violence. Burglary,
W\/AsslI or Battery (2 cts.) (domes-
lic iolencei. 8/17/05
Fuller. Todd Alien; Male; 23;,
S528 S. 2nd St., Pensacola, FL;
Probanon Violation-Felony 8/17/05 .
W\ilkerson. GregorN Am\ell.
Male; 45: 1211 W. Fairfield Dr..
Pensacola. FL: Probanon Violation-'
SFelons. 8/17/0)5 :
Wood. Toni Annette; Female;;
43; 4221 Auckland Rd., Pace, FL;
Fraud-Swindle-Hire Vehicle
\\.'Intent to Defraud, Petit Thefi
8.17!05 '
Barnes. Bobb\ Joe. Male: 27;,
5117 Blackmon Rd., Jay. FL;
Probation Violation-Felon. 8/18/05
Boone .r.. Donald Ra; MNale;;
21- 5325 Kenneth Rd.. Milton. FL:-
Probation Violation-Felon. 8/18/05
NMedina. Melissa: Female. 18.
1681 Hu.. 95 W.. Marn Esther. FL;'
Drugs-Posess Cnirl Sub W/IO
Prescription, Marnuana Possess Notl
More Than 20 Grams. /118/05
NMones. Sr.. lack Deu"ane;.
Male: 42, 6623 James St.. Miiion,
FL: Probaton Violation-Felon\.
8/18,'05
Kimmons, Timoths Brian:;
Male: 25. 4237 Ellis Presle\ Dr...
Nlilton. FL: Failure to Appear for'
Felony Offense. 8/18/05
Stokes. Shaun Franklin: Male;'
32; 5862 H\%.. 89. NMilion. FL;
Drive While License Suspended,
Habitual Offender. Resist Officer
Obstruct W/O Violence. Narcotic
Equip-Possess And Or Use. 8/18/05
Bradlet. Derrick Tre'on; Male;
26; 1111 Lake Dr.. Cantonment. FL.
Possess Cocaine. 8/1S/05
Dixon, Larry La\emne, Male, 40:
7581 HighuaN 90. Milton, FL.
Possess of Weapon Or Ammo B"
Con\ icted Fla Felon 2 cts. i. Dealing
in Stolen Property 12 cts. i 188/105
Holloiat. Linda Darlene;
Female; 46; SO10 Blackwater Dr..
Milton, FL: Probation Violation-
Felony. 8/18/05
Harrison. Joseph Alan: Male;
36: 8370 Billy Bob Lane. Milloo,
FL: Fugiune From Justice. 8/18/05 ,
Clayton, Gar'y Wayne; Male; 31;
6547 Bee St.. Milton, FL; Forgery of
Alter Public Record Certificate. Etc.
8/18/05
Blackwell, John Christopher;
Male: 32; Huy. 76. Morren, GA:
Burglary of Strucrure Conve ance
Unarmed W/Person Inside. 8/18/05
Brown, Ste'en Roydall; Male:
40; 2117 Haukins St.. Shreveport,
LA: Fugin\e From Justice Si18/05/


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Ballots
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This wall in the Supervisor of Elections office was filled, Monday,
,vith ballots returned by the U.S.,Postal Service as "undeliverable."
By law, ballots cannot be "forwarded" to a new address; Despite pre-
'Nious warnings to residents to make sure their address was current
with the elections office, thousands werereturned.
Press Gazettephoto by Bill Gamblin


Loans


, Continued From Page One.
Bridge loans cannot be
used for economic losses such
as sales reduction due to tempo-
.rary closure or power losses.
The unsecured loans are
provided to owners of small
businesses, through local .bank
and government organizations.
The maximum- amount is
'$25.000. for 90 or 180 days, at
*zero percent interest.
Pielinguent loan.rates run from
12- to 18%..-
SBndge loan applications
'are available at the SBDC at
UWF, participating banks, and
'TEAMN Santa Rosa's Caroline'
*Street office (behind
N McDonalds.; or fosorms or the
ioans maN be downloaded at
.-TEAMl's %%ebsile at \v\\ \.team-
:antarosa.com. and dropped off
at banks or TEAM offices.
t Bridge loans are designed
*to keep businesses in operation
-while they await settlements
-from their insurance compa-
,rues. T\ pically, funds are used
:o "bridge" the time between
:.originaJ damage and insurance
sttenlements. ,
SBDC personnel are also
set up to assess small business
Needs to determine disaster
q..


effects and formulate recovery,
.plans. The.agency can also help
out wiith arranging mitigation
measures.
Cavanaugh notes many pro-
grams face upcoming dead-
lines, and urges area businesses
to contact the agency for 'any
remaining storm-related
requirements.
"We don't want any Santa
Rosa County businesses to lose
.out, on this opportnit'y," he
says.
Contact the SBDC at 473-
'7830 '" ---" --......
Stoiy written by Deborah
N'elson. Reach her at: .
Nelson@sr-pg.com


Continued From Page One.
aside to be saved and the secre-
cy envelopes will be pulled out
and put aside. This assures the
return address is no longer with
the ballot so, no one can know
how someone voted.
"Once that is complete, we
will begin pulling the, ballots
From. the secrecy envelopes and
start running them through the
10 machines we will have in
service."
Officials are "hoping" full
election results will be available
by about 9 p.m., but Bodenstein
admits, "that is going to, be
largely controlled by just how
many ballots we have to deal
with."
She believes she will have a


O0 t.
Boot
S Continued From Page One.
Highway 90, Stewart Street and
Berryhill Road and other inter-
sections.
Last year, the department
collected.over $2,800.
S Professional firefighters,
MDA's major sponsor in
Florida, raised $1.3 million in
2004, despite the heavy storm
season.
The, Milton Fire
Department will present "Fill
the Boot" donations to the
Muscular Dystrophy
Association during this year's
Jerry Lewis : Labor Day
SWeekend Telethon.
The Telethon will be broad-
cast locally on WJTC UPN 44.
The Muscular Dystrophy
Association operates a free
Neurological Clinic in
Tallahassee, according to MDA
sources.
"In addition, MDA is able
to provide a summer camp tai-
lored to the needs of children,
from age 6 to 21, with neuro-
muscular disease," note MDA
officials.
For more information about
"Fill the Boot" or MDA, con-.
tact Melissa D'Aurio at MDA's
Tallahassee office, (850) 681-
6763.
Story w riiten by
Deborah Nelson.
Reach her at:
Ntlson@sr-pg.com


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' "better idea" of how long the
process will take by about 10
a.m. on election morning.
The only thing
Bodenstein's workers can do
ahead of time is deal with bal-
lots that have questions--a
power of attorney, a wife that
signed for husband, etc. "Our
canvassing board will meet at 8
a.m. on Friday, Sept.. 2.. We
hope to get those ballots with
questions out of the wi ay before
election da\."'
And what if there is a tie?
Bodenstein says Florida
Statutes provide the rule of law.
If a majority (one more than
half) of the ballots cast are for
wet, the county goes wet. But in
the event of a tie, Santa Rosa
will remain dry.
While area residents have
until Sept. 6 to return their bal-
lots, Bodenstein ,.says she
believes most people will return
their ballots "right away."
"If you go by the number of
phone calls we are getting," she
says, "and the number of people
who are stopping us on the
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Biting the bullet
No, impact fees aren't the silver bullet or
magic key to solving our county's needs, but if our
elected officials move rapidly to implement them,
it will prove to property owners that action is being
taken to come up with alternative revenue sources
other than just raising the already-burdened home-
owner.
The proposed revenue planning workshops
will clearly define specific growth-related projects
and will be a key.step-in the views and opinions
of voters who expect more than simply talking
about our problems and doing little to solve them..
But, as we've repeatedly pointed out in the
past, we're all going to have to do our part .and
painfully accept the fact that we're all going to
have to pay more if we have any hope of solving
some of our very critical issues.
And, we have to admit that our current Board
of County Commissioners seems to be serious
about establishing impact, fees. They are being
politically bold enough to even suggest such
options as increasing the local option sales tax.
But local voters aren't going to be fooled into
any revenue plan until these elected officials clear-
ly demonstrate that any-and all sources-should
be put on the table. ,
.There are-those in the communit-. particularly
the builders, and developers, who oppose impact
fees.
It has even been suggested that.instead of an .
impact fee, the county should attach a fee on clos-
ing costs. This,, opponents of an impact fee say, is
a better alternative.
Local governmental leaders are cool to the
suggestion and we probably know why. While this
is a revenue source, it keeps developers and
builders from having to carry the initial costs and
puts the entire burden on the homebuyers.
Impact fees, if implemented, will immediately
hit builders and developers who will have to pay
the fees as they apply for development. This
means they will be the ones to pay-even before
their developments are completed or their homes
sold.
So naturally, from our understanding, they i
would certainly like to see the fee placed upon
those individuals going through the process of
closing rather than on themselves.
Then there is the good possibility of commis-
sioners going before voters regarding a sales tax
increase. While we are all being impacted by high-
er fuel costs and the costs of goods and services
going up, this tax will be part of a necessary rev-
Senue packagethat can be used to not only meet the
demands of today, but those of the future as well.'
It will help us keep pace with growth.,
What we must all recognize and accept is the
fact that impact fees for new homes and a sales tax
increase-coupled with other ne\w revenue
sources-comprise exactly \hat other counties in
Florida depend upon as a ablee and realistic way\
of dealing with growth. .
We can no longer accept the fact that Santa.
Rosa Count) is \what it once was. We all have to
come- to the realization that as long as more and
more people \want to move here. the needs will
require a greater financial commitment from all of
us. The days of continuing to rel\ simply on prop-
erty taxes are over.
To tell you the truth. \e \were never con' inced
that property taxes were the most fair. At least with
: a sales tax, all will pa--even those who don't
own a home or who are just here visiting .


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FM: W.O. JONES
Dear Editor:
I must admit, among my many flaws is the pleas-
ure I get from my beliefs about people and programs
when they are confirmed.
S The most recent.is that a WEBY morning radio
talk show host said that 65% of traffic deaths were
alcohol-related.
This same person said he put together a TV ad for
Channel 3 tat said the same thing and this was also on
the front page of the 8-16-05 daily paper.
I called the National Highway Traffic Safety
Administration (202-366-9550) and they gave me the
actual numbers for 2003 and 2004. The numbers?
S39. and 39%...not 65%.
SAnother person checked this out and found the
figure for Florida to be 34%..
The person who put out this information was con-
tacted in person regarding the information. The sub-
ject was covered on "Your Turn" on Wednesday, 8-17-
05 and this person was asked about his comments on
this by fax before his program on Thursday, 8-18-05.
This person and his co-host would not comment.
If these people will not comment on possible mis-
Sinformation they put out, how can you believe them.
on anything?
Likes idea of City generators
FM: CLIFTON A COX, JR.
Dear Editor:


August

3:00 p.m.


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' come from?


Hooray for the City of Milton's generator idea.
The concept of purchasing generators in large
numbers and reselling to its residents: is a great idea.
However, I would like to make one suggestion.
I have owned several small yachts and each had a
generator for power. The cooling system was water-
cooled and was surrounded by a "hush box," which is
simply a metal cover with soundproofing insulation
on the inside.
This may raise the total cost a bit, but certainly is
worth while: because of the noise factor.
We all recall the unpleasant sounds made by the gaso-
line and air-cooled generators during the last two hur-
ricanes.
I suggest the city factor in this possibility.
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Sunday, 1:04p.m. L
This is Frank. Have you ever
wondered about this w etidr\
issue? Red lights on traffic con-
trol is meant to stop. Red flags are
cautions for sw imming. All red
flags are meant to be a caution.
All the signs telling you to vote
wet are red; Does this tell you
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Saturday, 2:16 p.m.
Regarding the remark aboiuta
black truck pulling in front of:1
woman. People take things so
personal. They talk like everyone
does everything to make people
mad. It was probably an accident.
Saturday. 2:16 a.m.
My name is Brad. I was reat-
ing the August 10 editorial about
how the county o\erxhelmingly
built the building of the jail se\ gr-
al, years ago with a sales tax.
That's not the way I remember it.
I remember it as, if you don't do
it with a sales tax, we'll hit you
with a. property\ tax. I think that
needs to be revised slightlN.
Friday, 11:30 a.m.
This is Mike. I was just Wofi-
dering wh\ ou gu\s run Lhngs
about sex offennders nd \whete
they live, but why don't 3ou run
those who run businesses. near
schools? "
Thursday, 9:49 a.nm.
My name is Janie. I have
sponsored the NASCAR page
since June of 2004 and I'm not
happy with the fact that you guys
cancelled it. I would like to hate
my NASCAR page back. Thafk
you. Have a nice day.
Thursday, 9:06 a.m.
My name is Lynn. I live 'in
East Milton. I cross the 110
bridge going west three times a
week. I am very upset about the
traffic. I go 40 mph because that
is the posted speed linit and I do
not change lanes, but it seems I
am the only one that follows the
laws of the land. Most of the tags
seem to be from Santa Rosa. I've
even had people blow their horms
and tailgate me because I'm
going 40 miles per hour. YoU'd
think people would realize, if
there is a wreck on that bridge
that messes it up, then we are all
stopped. We need some law
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Jr. Mr. Beall was incorrectly cited as a partner in the Milton law firm of Lindsay, Andrews & Leonard. The
paper regrets the error.


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county and requires books suit-
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"There is a tremendous
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"Ithought I'd advise every-
one," Smith wrote, "that I
talked with (the general manag-
er of a local restaurant.)" Smith'
.goes on to say he asked the
restaurant manager to give
CALL $1,000 "since had h,:.
given the pro-liquor group
S$1,000,"
"I felt it fair to make our
request since many of bur sup-
porters have decided to boycott
_Jis restaurant upon learning of
jt's support for liquor sales"
Members of GOLE (Grow
Our Local Economy). the group
formed to push for the legalized
:sale of liquor in Santa Rosa
feels the move wouldd improve
r'the area's economy, bring in
major restaurants and help lure
industry..
CALL, on the other hand,
maintains the issue is morality
based.
In their most recent finan-
fial statements, CALL i indicates
t has raised about $48,500.
.while GOLE officials show
total contributions in excess of
$13S.0Ci) .
While CALL's financial
.statements show many small
.donations from citizens, the
''vast majority of its money has
,come from area churches. For
e \.mrple. the latest report shows
.5 i.000 from Pace Assembly
Nlinisres, $5,000 from Pine
Terrace :Baptist Church, $2,000
from Hickory. Hammock
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1, $500 from Victory Baptist
;Church, $500 from Faith
,Chapel Assembly of God,
2$2,000 from First Baptist
'Church of Navarre, $4,113
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in Pace, 1.000 from Faith
Baptist Church, $5,000 from
the Santa Rosa : Baptist
Association. $1,000 from
,Billory Baptist Church and
$500 from Pine Level:Baptist
Church.
Much of GOLE's money,
comes from- businesses and
de\elopers-man3 of 'those
from out of the area.
Major contributors on their
latest financial statement
include: $2,000 from developer
Garrett Walton in Pensacola,
$1,000 from Island View
Development in Navarre.
$1,00,0 from Century Island'
View Realty, $2.000 from the
Avalon Bowling Center, $5,00)0
from a retiree (Tim Harrington)
in Navarre,
$5,000 from the business
investment firm of Florida
Mainstreet Merchants, Inc. in
Tallahassee,
S $500 from .Ollie's
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By DEBORAH NELSON
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Santa Rosa's Arts &
Culture Foundation is working
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zons and find ways to tap local
creative talents in the process.
* Some of the fruits of those
efforts went on display at
Milton's new downtown art
gallery last week.
Local artists and sponsors
gathered for ribbon-cutting cer-
emonies Friday evening at
Milton's new Dragonfly
Gallery.
Gallery Nights exhibitions
followed, featuring various art
Displays .set up :hroughout
Milton's central downtown
zone-including the Dragonfly
Sand surrounding businesses.
Gallery Nights is a regular
event designed to allow visitors
to stroll the downtown aeJ and
browse paintings, photography,


pottery, jewelry and other arts
in the open air.
Last week's show happened
in conjunction with a musical
lineup as well-Main Street
Milton's "Main Street Nights".
concert, featuring Ivory &
Steel, lent a melodious back-
drop at the Riverwalk Park.
The Dragonfly is located at
5188 Escambia Street, behind
Mainstreet Cafd, in Milton.
Organizers say volunteers
to help run the Gallery are
always welcome.
Future plans include art
classes, and special programs
for children and disabled partic-
ipants. Featured aurist shohs.
special art presentations, yard'
art and even performance art
are also possible upcoming pro-
grams.,
The Santa Rosa Arts and


Culture Foundation sponsors a
range of countywide cultural
activities and children's art pro-
grams throughout the area.
In addition to the Gallery,
ongoing Foundation projects
include grant funding for area
artists and a host of community
children's art programs.
Agency officials say next
year they'll also work on
increasing membership num-
bers.
"We're beginning to be
seen-not only as a county pro-
gram, but we're starting to be
recognized regionally," notes
organizer Paula Lou Mapoles.
The agency also provides
grants to individual artists.
Grants range. from $500 to
$5,000.
Last year, Santa Rosa Pipes
and Drums received funding to


expand and upgrade. The
group, which plays street tunes,'
traditional marches and'>
icottish regimental music, has''
become a fixture at area' out-"r
dloor events.
SMain Street Milton, the
Mural Society, the Gulf Coast''
Kiln Walk Society, the West'
Florida Railroad Museum and'.
Bagdad Village's Preservation:,
association also received fund-
ing.
Foundation grant applica-^
S:ions are available at the County
Commission Caroline Streert
offices, or the Arts & Cultureq
Foundation website, below.
For more information or to.o
join the Foundation, contact,
Lorraine Cathay, at 983-8310,4
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Entry forms avallabe at University Mall Cusfome Service o go
to our website at wwW.florldacovermlss.con,
Email:covermiss@aol.com or we.will mail you a form
(850) 476-3270 or (850) 206-4569


Industry

nominations

are open
Each year, the TEAM Santa,
Rosa Economic Development:
Council recognizes Santa Rosa'
County businesses that are new
to the county, have grown or
expanded or have achieved suc-
cess within their trade.
Nominating a business for
the honor is easy-send the
company's :name and contact
along with the reason you are
nominating the business in 50
words or less.
Recognition awards will be
given at the September 21
awards lunch event.
Fax nominations to
850.623.0174 or email
patl@co.santa-rosa.fl.us.

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aanta Rosa Medical Center
is offering Inpatient Dialysis,.
a much-needed service for the
renal patients, in Santa Rosa County.
Dialysis is a treatment that removes
wastes and excess fluid from the blood
when the kidneys are not able to function
on their own. This procedure is under
the direction of Nephrology Specialists.
Our goal in offering this service to the
community is to allow renal patients
to receive quality patient care close
to home, rather than having to travel
outside Santa Rosa County.
If you or someone you know would
like more information on the dialysis
service you are encouraged to call
Santa Rosa Medical Center
at 626-7762.


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Community Briefs


Book Signing
for lIcal
authors planned
The Santa Rosa Literary
Society.proudly announces the
publication of the second edi-
uon of "Southern Side Up," an
Santlilogy of stories written by
local authors.
SA book signing, August 27,
at 10 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. will be
*hosted by "For the Kitchen" at
'4487 Chumuckla Highway
Behind CVS Pharmacy in Pace.
Come meet our talented writ-
ers. Refreshments will be
served.

Hobbs Middle
PTO holds meeting
An organizational meeting
':of the first ever Hobbs Middle
School- PTO was held on
Tuesday evening, August 16.
Principal Buddy Powell and
Assistant Principal Mae
Adkinson welcomed the par-
ents and are excited about their
involvement in school activi-
ties. The following officers,
iwtere elected-President-
Charla Kaelin. Vice President-
'-eslie Gillespie, Secretary-
April Williams, and Treasurer-,


Ask Ole' Chief

"Chief, has the VA done
any more work on possible
effects to exposure to chemi-
cals in Iraq during Desert
$torm?'"

The latest information
Released b\ VA is that Gulf War
veterans exposed to low levels
Sof chemical agents released
followingg explosions at
S hamisiyah, Iraq. in March
!991, hale a high risk of brain
c ancer. The study was complet-
ed by Institute of Medicine.
DoD first prompted a study in
1997 after they learned that
rockets and other munitions
destroyed at Khamisivah in
S1991 contained nerve: agents
sarin and cylosarin. However,
t he recent study shows that the
Death rate of those serving in
the Gulf :ar are not different
than those military veterans


Tisha Morillo.
The next meeting of the
PTO will be held on September
1 in conjunction with the Open
House and a spaghetti dinner.
All parents of Hobbs Middle
School students are invited to
participate.

United Bank
earns 5-Star.
Superior rating
BauerFinancial Inc. is proud
to announce that United Bank,
Atmore, AL, has once again
earned a 5-Siar Supenor rating.
Each quarter beginning in June
of 2001, United Bank hasbeen'
recognized for its continual
Superior performance and
strength-based on an evalua-
tion of the most recent financial
data filed by the bank with fed-
eral regulators and analyzed by
BauerFinancial.
"To earn the highest ranking
provides a great sense of
accomplishment." said Robert
R. Jones, President and CEO of
United Bank. "The bank's
achievements are extensions of
the hard work from the previ-
ous quarter and to have such a
long streak of success only
adds to the pride received from

that did not serve in the Gulf
War.
Remember, Congrbss has
not passed any: legislation
awarding specific benefits to
Gulf War veterans other than
un-diagnosed illness 'syn-
drome. This condition is
extremely hard to prove. And
once the illness is diagnosed
than it's no longer un-diag-
nosed illness syndrome and the
VA benefit stops.


this honor. We don't start each
quarter with this high ranking
in mind. We work for our cus-
tomers first and in the end are
rewarded with the 5-Star
Superior rating."
BauerFinancial, Inc., Coral
Gables, FL, is the nation's
leading independent bank rat-
ing firm. It has been reporting
on and analyzing the perform-
ance of U.S. banks and credit
unions since 1983. Consumers
may obtain free start-ratings by
calling 800.388.6686 or visit-
ing www.bauerfinancial.com.

Haunted
Houses & Ghosts
Tours coming up
Haunted Houses and Ghosts
Tours \will be presented by the
Pensacola Historical Society
this October. These candlelight
walking tours start at 6:30
pin., October 21,22, 28 and 29
(Friday and Saturday) at the
Pensacola Historical Museum
aft 15 East Zaragosa Street.
Tickets are $9 each. One child
12 and under admitted for $5
for each adult ticket purchased.
Limit one child priced ticket
per adult ticket. For more
information, call 433-1559.


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Crain Cemetery
Clean-Up
The Crain Cemetery Clean
up is Saturday, August 27,
2005. We had damage from
Hurricane Dennis, so we need
all members to come out and.
do their part. If you or family
members are unable to come,
please hire someone to meet
your obligations. See you
there!


Federated
Republican
Women to meet
The monthly meeting of the
Federated Republican Women
is August 30, 2005 at the Bay
Beach Inn, Gulf Breeze at
11:30 a.m. Pay at the door -
cost is $12. Congressman Jeff
Miller is the speaker for the
meeting. Please RSVP to
Sheilia Miller or Jackye Jensen


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NOTICE OF CHANGE OF LAT

AND INTENT TO CONSIDER AN C

The Santa Rosa County Local Planning Board and Board of County Coir
public hearings to consider a change of land use and/or rezoning of land
maps within this advertisement. The hearings are scheduled as follows:

Local Planning Board (to consider and make a recommendation on the pr
S September 8,2005 at 6:00 p.m.

Board of County Commissioners (to consider adoption of the ordinance):
September 19,2005 at 6:00 p.m.

Both meetings will be held'at the Santa Rosa County Administrative Cen
Room. 6495 Caroline Street, Milton, Florida. At the public hearings, the
and Board of County Commissioners shall consider adoption of the ordin

AN ORDINANCE RELATING TO SANTA ROSA COUN
AMENDING ORDINANCE 2003-25: AMENDING THE I
USE MAP OF THE SANTA ROSA COUNTY COMPREH
CHANGING THE LAND USE CLASSIFICATIONS AS DEI
ATTACHED MAPS; AMENDING ORDINANCE 91-24
CHANGING THE ZONING DISTRICTS AS DEPIC
ATTACHED MAPS; APPROVING THE AMENDMENTS


50/916-7657.
zabeth
iderson
lebrates birthday
Ilappy birthday to Elizabeth
person. Her family invites
to join them in celebrating
birthday on August 27th
ween the hours of 4:00 and
) at her daughter's house.
more information call 623-
9 or 983-6056.


4D USE

ORDINANCEE

missioners will conduct
areas depicted on the


proposals :





er in the Board Meeting
Local Planning Board
ance entitled:

TY, FLORIDA;
FUTURE LAND
3NSIVE PLAN;
'ICTED IN THE
AS AMENDED;
'TED IN THE
TO THE OFFI-


CIAL ZONING MAP OF THE LAND DEVELOPMENT COE AS DEPICT-


ED IN THE ATTACHED MAPS; AND PROVIDING FOR AN EFFECTIVE


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7oning District Amended: from AG (Agriculture) to HCD (Highway


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THE HEALING TOUCH
as reported in August 5 issue of Consumer Reports


SSuir'ey participants gave the highest marks to hands-on treatments.
They worked better than conventional treatments for conditions such
Sas back pain and arthritis, which cause significant discomfort yet
don't have reliable conventional cures.


B: ack pain, neck pain. fibromyalgia, and osteoarthritis accounted for:
; about one-fourth of the ailments that survey respondents told us
About. Standard medical treatments tend to provide only partial relief Z
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for those maladies, which may be why a higher proportion of readers pi
tried alternative treatments for them than for other conditions. L
re
at
i "It makes sense to use alternative treatments when the primary
treatments are ineffective," says Howard Beckman, M.D., a clinical
professor of medicine at the University of Rochester with extensive
Expertise in alternative medicine.

"For all four conditions, reader told us, that 'body therapies"-
i massage, chiropractic, exercise. and physical therapy provided more
relief than medications, either conventional or alternative.



Chiropractic was ranked ahead of all conventional treatments;
including prescription drugs, by readers with back pain. (readers said
: it also provided relief for neck pain.) Deep-tissue massage was found 7
to be especially effective in treating osteo-arthritis and
fibromyalgia, a painfulimusculoskeletal syndrome that conventional
medicine often remains at a loss to treat. 'T1
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uture Land Use Designation Amended: from Agriculture to Commerci


oning District Amended: from RR I (Rural Residential Single Family E
ensity Residential District). NOTE: This request was recommended for
planning Board at their August meeting and will not be reconsidered at th
local Planning Board meeting. However. the Board of Count) Commissi
commendation and make a final decision on the request at the Septembe
above.


oning District Amended: from R2M (Medium Density Residential Distl
igh Density Residential District).


ie proposed ordinance and maps may be inspected by the public prior to
meetings at the Santa Rosa County Planning Department, 6051 Old Bagda
orida. Interested parties may appear at the meetings and be heard with re
finance. All interested parties should take notice that if they decide to ap
y the Santa Rosa County Board of County Commissioners with respect to
before said Board at said meeting, it is their individual responsibility to ins
edings they are appealing exists and for such purpose they will need to ii
cord of the proceedings is made, which record shall include the testimony:
which their appeal is to be based.

nta Rosa County adheres to the Americans with Disabilities Act and will
nationss for access to this meeting upon request. Please call Santa Rosa C
id Development Division at (850) 981-7075 or (850) 939-1259 to make a
paired, 1-800-955-8770 (Voice). Requests must be received at least 48
meeting in order to provide the requested service.


district ) to R2 (Medium
approval by the Local
e above noted September
ners will consider the
r 19, 2005 meeting noted


ict) to R3 (Medium


the above scheduled
d Highway, Milton,
aspect to this proposed
peal any decision made
any matter coming
ure that a record of pro-
asure that a verbatim
r and the evidence upon


make reasonable modi-
ounty Planning, Zoning
request. For Hearing-
tours in advance of the


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P First Sunday after Labor Day


r rime 'i'i Make plans now to celebrate Grandparents Day,
With Obie a time set aside nationally for their recognition


By OBIE CRAIN
PRIME Editor

With many staffers yet to
return from vacation in
some agencies, I've not had
a chance to speak with key
people in connection with.
some "outreach" activities,
or lack thereof, that I had
planned to this month. I
,want all of you who
responded to my "feeler" put
out last month to rest
assured that the project is
alive and.well.
If there were ever any
doubt about the interest or
notice (or sheer numbers,
for that matter) of those
loyal readers who follow
PRIME's endeavors, it can
certainly be laid to rest by
the e-mails, cards, letters,
and telephone calls which I
received in response to my
questions about "outreach"
parties that don't seem very
aggressive in their attempts
to engage the participation
of seniors in their programs
and activities.
There was not a single'
negative reaction. To those
who responded (and you
know who you were,
although one or two didn't
include their names and
a. dresses) I want to say,
how deeply moved I was by
your assessment of senior
affairs here. Thank you
again for your interest!
These miserable Dog
Days seem to be taking
their toll in terms of dimin-
ished senior activity these
days. And that's a good
sign. It means that you are
taking care of yourselves,
avoiding the dangerously
high outdoor temperatures
and concentrating on your
physical health care.
But then with gas prices
escalating rapidly toward
the $3 a gallon threshold,
it's just as well that we stay
indoors and avoid the haz-
ardous driving and other
activities that can make us
as well as our pocketbooks
ill! Just when we think we've
-adjusted to almost every-
thing, these outrageous gas
prices are spinning our
patience just a little bit thin-
ner!
But we'll manage. I have
-no-doubt about it. If you
don't have to drive, then,
don't!
In researching the arti-
> n aQ ncial Cori ih /
birthday I noted the statis-
tics surrounding seniors'
position in the "fabric of
society" in connection with
the potential power they
wield by their sheer num-
bers.
I learned that today one
in eight of this nation's pop-
ulation is over 65. In the
foreseeable future that ratio
is expected to reduce to
one in five.
"This increase in life
expectancy is a wonderful
success story for our
nation," according to Social
SSecurity Commissioner Jo
Anne B. Barnhart. Just as
she pointed out, more and
more Americans are work-
ing longer and enjoying a
more lengthy retirement. I
would certainly hope that
you are to be counted in
that number.
Next month is set aside
. : for grandparents. Your
grandparents must undoubt-
edly be proud of you grand-:
children, and they must in
turn adore you I hope it's a
great month for both the
grandparent and the grand-
children.
So long, and try to stay
ahead of the heat!


Grandparents Day is
always celebrated on the
first Sunday after Labor Day.
As the name suggests,
Grandparents Day honors
the nation's grandparents,
who play an important role in-
the lives of many young peo-
ple and their families. -
' The day has a three-fold
purpose: To honor grandpar-
ents; To give grandparents
an opportunity to show love
for their children's children;
and To help children become
aware of the strength, infor-
mation, and guidance older
people can offer.
S The 'history of.
Grandparents Day can be
traced back to 1961 with the
efforts of Mrs. Hermine
Beckett Hanna. Hermine


made it her goal to educate
the young in the community
to the important contribu-
tions senior citizens have
made, and to the important
contributions they are willing
to make if asked.
She also urged the.
young to adopt a grandpar-
ent,, not for one day a year,
not for material giving, but for
a lifetime ,of experience and
caring just waiting .to :be
shared with' others.,
In 1970, a West Virginia
housewife, Marian. Lucille
Herndon McQuade, initiated
a campaign to set aside. a
special day just for grandpar-
ents.
Through concerted
efforts on the part of civic,
business, church, and politi-


cal leaders, this campaign
expanded statewide. Sen-
ator Jennings Randolph was
especially instrumental in
the project.
The. first Grandparents
Day was proclaimed in 1973
in West Virginia by Governor
Arch Moore. Also in' 1973,
Senator Randolph intro-
duced a Grandparents Day
resolution in the United
States Sehate. The resolu-
tion languished in commit-
tee.
Mrs. McQuade and her
team turned to the media to
garner support. They also
began contacting governors,
senators, and congressmen
in every state. And they sent
letters to churches, busi-
nesses, and numerous


'Observance and Suggested Activities
Grandparents Day is a family day. clation for the elderly. Grandparents
Schools, churches, and senior Day is the perfect time to enhance
organizations honor grandparents communication between the genera-
with special events. Some families tons.
enjoy small, .private gatherings. Special talents, such as cooking,
Others celebrate by holding a family sculpting or quilting can be passed
reunion. on to those who display an Interest,
Board games which are easily Old family music, songs and dances,
played by young and old add enjoy- along with their meanings and ori-
ment to family gatherings, enhanc- gins, are Important In maintaining a
Ing intergenerationall Interaction." strong sense of family background.
..Also Interesting Is to take a cen- Together, reconstruct a family tree,
sas such as oldest and. newest giving children the opportunity to
grandchild-, family with her most -learn the ancestral llneotthelrfamlly.
grandchildren, and families with five Strive to preserve partticlar'ethhli of
generations present. religious beliefs.
As Grandparents Day approach- Many times, only grandparents
es, help children andlor grandchll- have answers to questions about fam-
dren to Id;nf-fy and.datl all photos fly histories. When this Information is
inold amy anbu ms, passed down to the grandchildren,
l Many, aIpp Y b Can everyone can be assured of his her-
Sderived im thls. Everye Itage being preserved..
grandchild and can be inVolved. In Most Important, Grandparents Day
-the obsMranceoif thi daly-.atime to can signify.a loving spirit that lives
discover one's roots and learn within us throughout the year.- a spir-
patience, understanding, and appre- it of love and respect for our elders.


OSKAR'S KORNER
And you are welcome to it!

By Oscar Davis


Do you remember the
days when Lenzo Malone
and a number of his kinfolks
baked bread?
A little further back Red
Carrol had a bakery in
Milton. Some of the Malones
baked for Carl's Bakery, I
Ll llli .
This was back in the
days when you bought a loaf
of bread, you got bread!
All the ingredients were
flour, shortening, yeast, milk,
and water with a dash of salt
and sugar. There might have
been a few other food prod-
ucts, like a' touch of micro-
bian to retard spoilage. It
was all eatable food.
I am looking at a loaf of
bread as I write this article,
and I want to list just some of
the things they put in that
loaf of bread. There's corn
syrup, soybean oil,, malt dex-
trose, and vinegar.
And those are the better
additives. Now here are
some more: calcium dioxide,
sodium steroidal, loctylath,
ethomylated,, mono diglyder,


sulfates, armor mono, diglyc-
erides, amonomiurnm chlo-
ride, .. phosphates,. and
lecithin. And there are even,
more. I'm not sure about my
spelling, so read your loaf of
bread.
,But it's not only the bak-
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of your packaged foods. Now
if I want to bake a loaf of
bread, do I need a kitchen or
a chemistry lab? When I was
a kid I had a chemistry set
that didn't have that many
chemicals.,
We hear so much .about
toxic waste and chemical
dumps nowadays. Where do
you think the 'nearest chemi-
cal dump is to where you
live?
I'll tell you. Men, stand up
and look down at your toes.
About a third of the way
down your body you will see
a leather fence. That is it,
right behind the leather
fence.
Whatever happened to".
if you can't pronounce it,'
best you don't eat it"?


national organizations inter-
ested in senior citizens.
In 1978, five years after
its West Virginia inception,
the United States Congress
passed legislation proclaim-:
ing the first Sunday after'
Labor Day as National
Grandparents Day. The
proclamation was signed by
President Jimmy Carter.
(September was chosen for
'the holiday, to signify the-
"autumn years" of life.
Today this event, begun
by uiny a leTi V, iSUUOA' L uy
millions throughout the
United States.
Other factors to consider
SAlong with Grandparents
Day, we should not forget
shut-ins and those in nursing
homes who are unable to be
with their families or have no
families.
'Every effort must be
made to include these peo-
pie in the mainstream
through cards, community
projects and visitation at
times other than just holi-
days.
There 'are many, many
elderly who are not fortunate
enough to have family near-
by.. The need is increasing
every day to fill the void of
their loneliness.


Fall begins on September
22nd. Let's hope that the
change of seasons brings
some relief from the
harrowing heat and
humidity which we have
been experiencing lately
and adds something
meaningful to your life.
Happy future As
seniors we deserve It!


Social Security is now 70


We've just had an

important birthday!


Seventy is a respectable
age to many of us. Ir fact the
consensus is ". my age is
the most beautiful age to be."
In that sense it is pleas-
ing to note, that Social
Security became 70 on the
14th of this month. Equally
pleasing is the assurance of
Social Security
Commissioner Jo Anne B.
Barnhart that ". our par-
ents, grandparents, .and
great-grandparents can feel'
confident about the promise
of a secure future. Their ben-
efits are secure and will be
paid (Social Security bene-
fits.)"
It's interesting to take a
look back at the monumental
program that has paid
approximately $8.4 trillion in
benefits to nearly 200 million
people. 'according to
Commissioner Barnhart.
In the United States, the
Great Depression of the
1930s triggered a crisis in
the nation's economic life. It
was against this backdrop.
that the Social Security Act
emerged.
On June 8, 1934
President Franklin D.
Roosevelt, in a message to
the Congress, announced
his intention to provide a.pro-
gram for Social Security.
Subsequently, the President
created by Executive Order
the Committee on Economic
Security which was instruct-
ed to"study the enti're'prob-''
lem of economic security
and to make recommenda-
tions that would serve as the
basis for legislative consider-
ation by Congress.
In early January 1935,
the Committee made its
report to the President, and
on January 17 the President:
introduced the report to both
Houses of Congress for
simultaneous consideration.
Each House passed its
own version, but eventually
the differences were.
resolved and the Social
Security Act was signed into
law on August 14, 1935;
SIn addition to several pro-
visions for the general wel-
fare, the new Act created a
social. insurance' program
designed to pay retired work-
ers age 65 or older a contin-
uing income.
One provision of the Act
established a bipartisan
Social Security Board (SSB)
composed of three members
appointed by the President.
Eventually, SSB would be
replaced by the current
Social Security
Administration headed by a
single Commissioner rather
than a board.
SSB was.faced with the
task of providing employers,
employees, and the public
with information on -how
earnings were to be report-
ed, what benefits were avail-
able, and how .they were to
be provided..
SRegistering these enti-
ties was the first big job con-
fronting SSB and since it did
not have the resources avail-
able to accomplish this, it
contracted with the U.S. Post
Office to distribute the appli-
cations, beginning in
November of 1936.
The Post Office collected.
the completed forms, typed
the Social Security number
cards, and returned the
cards to the applicants. The
applications were then. for-
warded to SSB's processing
center located in Baltimore,
MD where the numbers were
registered and various
employment records estab-
lished.
Over 35 million Social


Security cards were issued
through this procedure in
1936-37.
Under the 1937 law,
n monthly benefits were to
start in 1942. From 1937
until 1942, Social Security
was to pay benefits to
retirees in the form of a sin-
ge, lump-sum refund pay-
ment. The earliest reported
applicant for a lump-sum
refund was a, retired
Cleveland motorman named
Ernest .Ackerman, who
retired one day after' the
Social Security program
began.
During his one day of
participation in the program,
a nickel was withheld from
his pay for Social Security,
and upon retiring, he
received a lump-sum pay-
ment of 17 cents. The aver-
age lump-sum payment dur-
ing this period, incidentally,

Records show that
Since its inception in
1935 Social Security
has paid approximately
$8.4 trillion in benefits
to nearly 200 million
people. That's a lot of
cash!

was $58.06.
The original Act provided
only retirement benefits, and'
only to the worker. The 1939
Amendments made a funda-
mental change in the Social
Security program.
The Amendment added
two new categories of bene-
fits: payments to the spouse
and: minor children of a
retired worker (called
dependents benefits) and
survivors benefits paid to the
family in the event of the pre-
mature death of the worker.
The 1939 Amendments
also increased : benefit
amounts and accelerated
the start of monthly benefit
payments from 1942 to
1940.
Payment of monthly ben-
efits began in January 1940.
On January 31, 1940, the
first monthly retirement
check was issued to a retired
I gal secretary, Ida May
,;uller, of Ludlow, VT in the
amount of $22.54.
Miss Fuller died in
January 1975 at the age of
100. During her 35 years as
a, beneficiary, she received
over $22,000 in benefits.
in 1950 ma'or amend-
rr ents were enacted. These
amendments raised benefits
for the first time and placed
thle program'on the road to
ft e virtually universal cover-
age it has today.
Interestingly enough in
1935 only 7.5 million people
were age 65 or older. Today,
approximately 36 million, or
r( ughly one in eight people
are older Americans. By the
middle of this century about
one of every five Americans
will be 65 or older.
"This increase in life
expectancy is a wonderful
success story for our nation,"
Commissioner Barnhart
slid. "More and more
Americans are working
I nger and enjoying a
I -ngthy retirement. But
increases in life expectancy
rr ean challenges for Social
Security."
And today there is
debate over the attempt to
establish shifting a portion of
Social Security payroll taxes
to individual accounts for
younger workers. As that dif-
ference of opinion escalates,
Social Security is bound to
spiral into the spotlight and,
r main there until that con-
troversy is settled.


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We Treat You Like Famiy!


It ends In October, but expect more of It in 20071


What do you know about Daylight Saving Time, and how do you feel about it?


Up and at 'em!
SAlthough the debate
.continues over whether or
not it will be better or worse,
Daylight Saving Time (DST)
will be extensively expanded,
S'in the United States begin-
ning in 2007.
We will have an addition-
al four weeks of it as a result
.:;of the new energy law that
:.was signed by President
'Bush on Monday, August 8,
S.2005. The new law calls for
daylight saving time to begin
::,three weeks earlier (on the
:second Sunday in March)
and be extended by a week
'.(to the first Sunday in
S November.)
Have you ever really
Given Daylight Saving Time
."the time of day" by examin-
iing it and given it the benefit
of a doubt? Check it out.
The main purpose of
Daylight Saving Time is to
make better use of daylight.


We change our clocks dur-
ing the summer months to
move an hour of daylight
"from the morning to the
evening.
A poll done by the U.S.
Department of
Transportation indicated that
Americans liked Daylight
Saving Time because ". .
there is more light in the
evenings (which means
,they) can do more in the
evenings."
Daylight Savings Time
also saves energy. Studies
done by the; U.S.
Department of
Transportation show that
Daylight Saving Time trims
the entire country's electrici-
ty use by, a significant, but
small amount, of about one'
percent each day with
Daylight Saving Time.
We save 'energy
because we use less .elec-
tricity for lighting and appli-


By the

Numbers...
EDWARD M. ROUSE, CPA
edward@timwheatcpa.com


Section 183 "Hobby Loss j
Provisions"- tell the tale


ances. Energy use and the
demand for electricity for
lighting our homes is directly
connected to when we go to
bed and when we get up.
Bedtime for most of us is late
evening through'the year.
When we go to bed, we
turn off the lights and TV. In
the average home, 25 per-
cent of all the electricity we
use is for lighting and small
appliances, such as TVs,
VCRs, and stereos. A good
percentage of energy con-
sumed by lighting and appli-
Sances occurs in the evening
when families are home. By
moving the clock ahead one
hour, we can cut the amount
of electricity we consume
each day.
In the summer, people
who rise before the sun rises
are using more energy in the
morning than if DST was not
in effect. However, although
70 percent of Americans rise


before 7 a.m., this waste of
energy from having less sun-
light in the morning is more
than offset by the savings of'
energy that results from
more sunlight in the evening.
In the winter, the after-
noon Daylight Saving Time
advantage is offset for many
people and businesses by
the morning's need for more
lighting. In spring and fall, the
advantage is generally less
than one hour..
So, Daylight Savings
Time saves energy for light-
ing in all seasons of the year,
but it saves least during the
four darkest months of winter
(November, December,
January, and February)
when the afternoon advan-
tage can be offset by the
need for lighting because of
late sunrise.
Daylight Saving Time
"makes" the sun "set" one
hour later and therefore


One each month planned


Edward Rouse


"Gentlemen, start your engines.".
Many movies and books have explored the culture sur-
rounding drag racing, and many young 7men have spent the
majority of their earnings in an attempt to improve their car's
appearance and performance..
Most young men give no thought to the possible tax
Implications of the money they spend on their cars; it is obvi-
ous that their minds are elsewhere. However, some taxpay-
ers have attempted to write off their hobby losses as busi-
ness losses.
S In fact, an entire section of the Internal Revenue Code
S(Section 183) is devoted to determining when such losses
can be used to decrease taxable income, and we often refer
:to Section 183 and its corresponding regulations as the
"hobby loss provisions."
: John Morrissey became embroiled in a dispute with the
i IRS over the provisions of Section 183. John graduated from
'i college in 1970, and he always loved cars. In 1974 he
Became seriously involved in drag racing, and he was still
Racing in the years 1999 through 2001 when the IRS audited
his tax returns and disallowed a total of over $60,000 in loss-
es for those three years.'
At the time of the audit John was the senior vice presi-
: dent of the bank. John filed a petition in tax court to challenge
.the IRS position that his drag racing enterprise was a hobby.
The court decision was based on an analysis of factors spec-
:,ifiedJ in Regulation 1.183-2(b). These factors are often the
: basis for the determination of whether an enterprise is a
hobby or a business. Some of the factors are listed below
: along with a summary of the court's analysis of each factor.
The Manner In Which the Taxpayer Carried on the
Activity
S The regulation states that the fact that the taxpayer car-
ries on the activity in a businesslike manner may indicate a.
.: profit motive. The court determined that the activity was car-
; ried onlin a businesslike manner during the years at issue.
Th F ff a -wt r al tfuarl .
C-
SThe court acknowledged that Mr. Morrissey had signifi-
cant expertise in drag racing as well as in business. He was
Sa skilled mechanic and.maintained the car himself.
The Time and Effort Expended by the Taxpayer In
p Carrying On the Activity
The court concluded that the taxpayer spent an adequate
Amount of time in the enterprise. Although Mr. Morrissey had
a full time job, his schedule was flexible enough to allow him
Sto participate in the races and maintain the car.
The Success of the Taxpayer in Carrying On Other
Similar or Dissimilar Actlvities
On this point the court'concentrated on Mr. Morrissey's
considerable success in the banking world, and concluded
That this indicated a profit motive was reasonable.
Whether Elements of Personal Pleasure or
SRecreation Are Involved
The court observed that Mr. Morrissey had been interest-
Sed in cars most of his life, and he obviously enjoyed drag rac-
ing, but there were elements of racing that were not enjoy-
able. Specifically, he mentioned the heat on the track and the
: layers of protective clothing he was.required to wear. The fact
That he had decided to close down the business was evi-
Sdence that he did not enjoy it enough to pursue it without
profit.
The overall conclusion of the court in this case was that
SMr. Morrissey was indeed involved in the business for profit,
S and his deductions for losses were allowable. So before you
,., run off and try to deduct your racing machine, give some
:thought to the tax court's observation. And when the green
Slight comes on, go like a demon!

S(This article Is for general Informaton purposes only and Is not Intended to
provide professional tax advice. To determine how this or any other tax Informa-
Stion may apply to your specific tax situation, contact your tax professional for
more details and counsel.)


AARP Driver Safety courses
designed for senior operators
scheduled through December
Driving, like anything else, is becoming more difficult,
what with all the congested traffic, the multi-lane highways,
and the sheer terror of not being able to trust the other dnv-
er in front of you, behind you, or even beside you!
It's no wonder as AARP officials point out that we older
drivers are feeling just a tiny bit overwhelmed and slightly
less confident. So that's why the AARP Driver Safety
Program is offering assistance to older drivers in the form of
driver safety courses that are tailored to our needs.
It's a matter of responsibility that's prompting record
numbers of mature drivers to take the courses that are
offered. It's not only encouraging to see the offerings, it's
even more heartening to realize that so many local seniors
are taking advantage of them.
You see, drivers 55 and' older are eligible and also
encouraged to participate in these classes. The cost is only
$10 per person, and there's a significant material gain from
doing so. There is a potential insurance rate reduction for
those over 55 for completing the course of instruction.
Of course adults between 50 and 55 may attend the ses-
sions, but they aren't able to take advantage of the potential
insurance reduction perk.
AARP membership is not required to take advantage of
this offering, either. It is mandatory, however, that partici-.
pants who do wish to take advantage of the insurance
reduction complete the course in its entirety.
It's not only beneficial to the older driver. Its social impact
is significant as well. There's something to be said for "being
in class" in a pseudo-academic setting. As few would actual-
ly admit, it can actually translate into a fun thing.
In fact it is rather popular, and since class sizes are lim-
ited, it's imperative that you register in advance to assure
your place. For further details, call 626-5113.
Classes are tentatively scheduled at the Santa Rosa
Medical Center, 6002 Berryhill Road in Milton for September
19, October 17, November 21, and December 19 of this
year.
According tb the AARP last year more than 717,000
members and nonmembers took the refresher course.
Participants learn things such as how to compensate for
c anges in vision, hearing, and reaction time. And it's a
worthwhile endeavor which PRIME heartily endorses.


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reduces the period between
sunset and bedtime by one
hour. This means that less
electricity would be used for
lighting and appliances late
in the day.
We also use less elec-
tricity because we are home
fewer hours during the
"longer" days of spring and
summer. Most people. plan
outdoor activities in the extra
daylight hours. When we are
not at home; we don't turn on
the appliances and lights.
Lastly, there is a public
health 'benefit to Daylight
Saving Time by decreasing
traffic accidents. Several
:studies in the U.S. and
Britain have found that the


DST daylight shift reduces
net traffic accidents and
fatalities by close to one per-
cent.
An increase in the dark
mornings is more than com-
pensated for by a decrease
in the evenings.
Now for a test of who has
foil wed through on this
analysis. The first individual
(re-lde'r) who can tell us who
the first person was who
conceived of the idea of day-
light saving (and when) Will
be awarded a six-month sub-
scr ption to the Press
Gazette. Mail your answer to
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Press Gazette, 6629 Elva
Street, Milton, FL 32570.


Contributions welcomed


"Aged to Perfection" cookbook
will be four-county fund raiser
Wanted: Grandma's Recipes.
Does someone in your family have a delicious recipe
that's been handed down through generations by your moth-
er or grandmother? If so, here's you chance to have.it includ-
ed, in a new recipe book being planned by the Northwest
Florida Area Agency on Aging, Inc. entitled "Aged to
Perfection."
Once printed this collection will 3e available for purchase
to help raise funds for the seniors of Escambia, Santa Rosa,
Okaloosa, and. Walton counties for emergencies. such as
Medications, food, heaters, fans, blankets, etc.
To contribute ia recipe or learn more about the project
contact Virginia Banks at the Northwest Florida Area Agency
on Aging. Inc.; 5090 Commerce Park Circle, Pensacola, FL.
Virginia can be reached by telephone at 1-866-531-8011
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Experiencing divorce, its grief and pain?


Are you experiencing the
pain and grief of divorce?
Attend the upcoming Divorce
Recovery Workshop entitled,
"Navigating Divorce." This 8-
session workshop is designed to
make the adjustment from mar-
ried, life to. single live more
understandable.
The workshop will meet


Child


each Wednesday night begin-
ning September 7, 2005 at. 6:15
p.m. and ending at 7:30. p.m.
Reservations are requested.
"Navigating Divorce" is
open to the public and is a non-
denominational class, held at
Christ United Methodist
Church on Dogwood Drive in


Milton.


Care


Food


While you are attending a
workshop, a nursery will be
provided for children, ages:
infant to 3 years; Kingdom Kids
Bible Study & Activities are for
ages 4 through 5th-grade, and
youth Bible Study and
Activities for Grades 6 and
above.


Program


implemented at Pace Christian Academy


Pace Assembly Ministries.
.doing business as Pace
Christian AcademN, located at
4544 Majors Street in Pace. FL.
announces its participation in
the U.S. Department of
Agnculture's Child Care Food
Program. Meals will be
available at no separate charge
to enrolled eligible children at
Pace Christian Academy.


Parents'guardians of
children eligible for free and
reduced-price meals must
complete an application.
Eligibility information includes
the number and names of all
household members, social
security number of the adult
household member signing the
application or an indication
that this


household member does not
have one. total monthly
household income or Food
Stamp case number or
TemporarN Assistance for
Needy Families case number.
and the signature of an adult
household member. Please call
994-7602 for eligibility infor-
mation.


Wesley Memorial to celebrate its 20th

Anniversary in serving the community


The 20th Anniversary of
Wesley Memorial United
Methodist Church will be cele-
brated on Sunday, August 28.
2005 during the morning \\or-
ship at I1 a.m.. followed by a
fellowship meal and sharing
time at noon. The current pas-
tor. Re\. David L. Cook. will
bring the morning message and


conduct the "Passing of the
Torch" ceremony which will,
honor all the generations of the
church family. The church is
located at 4701 School Lane. in
Pea Ridge, next to Pea Ridge
Elementary School.
Former pastors and former
members are invited to attend,
or send pictures and letters, so


that old friendships might be
renewed. If you have questions
or comments, phone the church
at 994-6213. Visitors are
al\wa.s welcome. Sunday
school is at 9:45 a.m. and
child-care is provided for all
serx ices.


Christian Youth Event PraiseFest 2005


There \~ill be a PraiseFest bands. opening singers, and
-05 for youth, by
south at the Jay .
First Baptist -I"- t
Church Famil\ .
Life Center on .
Saturday. August
27th! The time \will be from 4 performances from Sanctified,
p.m. until 10 p.m. or later. Band FKAMizar; UnderGrace,
Come out and see some great and CornerStonie: ,.


Enjoy games. fun, and chal-
lenges! Food
vendors will also
Sbe available. A
$3 offering \ ill
be taken at the
door. For more
information call the church at
850/675-4587 or Julie
Newberry at 850/572-9292.


Be faithful at the church of your choice this Sunday!

Not forsaking the assembling of ourselves together, as the manner of
some is, but exhorting one another: and so much the more, as ye see
the day approaching. Hebrews 10:25


An optional dinner is pro-
vided at 5:30 p.m. for the cost
of $3 per adult, and $1 per
child. Dinner reservations are
requested each Monday .by
noon. For reservations or more
information for the Divorce
Recovery Workshop, call 623-
0614 or 623-8820.


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Sunday!
Sunday. August 28,.
-2005 is Friend Da\ at Bible
Way Baptist Church locat-
ed at 5976 Dogwood Dr. in
t:Milton. This special day is
'Wet.aside for the church to I
recognizee its members and"'
;"any friends. The public is:.
invited to celebrate this.
.evsnt culminaing a month.,.
'6f studies on friendship.I
'")lr.ing the 10:30 service';-
-h pastor will share what.:.t
..,eans to have' Jesus fIrfia
r'end. For more infor- =
: 'on,' contact Pastof.BilI
'Wright at 981-0560:'' .
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Dear Pastor Gallups, "I recently attended-a Citizens Against
Legalizing Liquor (C.A.L.L.) rally at which you were one of the
rally speakers. Did I hear you say that this election is a moral
issue? How can you justify that since drinking is not forbidden
in the Bible?" J. L. Milton
Dear J. L.,
The sale of hard liquor is an economic issue, a law enforce-
ment issue, a medical community issue, a tax issue, a lifestyle
issue for Santa Rosa County, AND A MORAL ISSUE. This is a
very complex and eclectic matter that is now before the voters
once again.
If you don't believe that it is a .noral issue then listen to what
the G.O.A.L. people (the ones w.io want legalized hard liquor
sales in our county) said about why we needed a "mail out" elec-
tion rather than a traditional "vote at the polls." They say,
"Several of the polling places are churches. This may give an
unfair advantage to CALL since some may not feel right voting
for liquor sales at a church."
Oh. really ? You see, THEY think that there is an issue of
morality attached to this election! And, they think that because
there is! If this county votes to legalize liquor, Santa Rosa
County will NEVER BE THE SAME again and there WILL BE
NO TURNING BACK. THE DOOR WILL BE SHUT FOREV-
ER.
If ,you want to see package stores, strip joints, bars, and
lounges dotted all over Santa Rosa County then vote for liquor
sales. If you want to see winos, d( relicts, drug dealers and pros-
titutes hanging around these places and filling Santa Rosa
County with their presence then vote for Liquor. If you want
your TAXES to increase to pay for the extra law enforcement,
medical services and rehab services then vote for liquor.
Before being called into the gospel ministry I was a Florida
Law Enforcement Officer in two Florida counties under 3 dif-
ferent Sheriffs. Both of these counties were "WET". Both were
filled with the things of which I have here spoken. So are the
surrounding counties right now. Santa Rosa has NONE OF
THESE THINGS NOW.
The reason I KNOW it is a Spiritual issue and a moral issue
is because I believe I KNOW how the LORD would want us to
vole on this slam-dunk Biblical issue!


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Wednesdayy Augusrt 24, 2005 lll llllIv~ ~ou vr


I N THE CIRCUIT COURT IN
'AD FOR: SANTA; ROSA
COUNTY FLORIDA
PROBATE DMSION
FILE No. m7-200-CP-181
, N RE ESTATE OF ,
'PATRCIA C. HANCOCK,
'Deceased
OCE TO CREDTORSs
STne formal administlralion of'
: he aolare ol PATRICIA C
J-IAICOCK. deceased File
Number 57-2005-CP-181. IE
Spending in Ire Circui Court lor
-Sanla Rosa County. Florida
'Probate DivliSin In aaarasl
'or whlicn is 6865 S W Caroll,-,
'St, Millon, FL 32570 Tne
'Iame and adaress ol the per-
S'ronal iepresenlSatas ana Ineir
attorney is salt btnur Dbloa
Ail creallors of Ina decedent
ana other persons riavng
'Claims or demasrin agalnr:
*dEe6denli5 es131e including
unmalured contirgenl or
unlirluidalad cla.mr, on whom
'a copy ol in, nonce .A servd'3
mu.T tile IhriI ODiaeClion, wVlh
Inis count WITHIN THE LATER
'OF 3 MONTHS AFTER THE
:DATE OF THE FIRST PUBLI-
.CATIOiN OF THIS NOTICE OR
.30 DAYS AFTER THE DATE
.OF SERVICE OF A COPY OF
.THIS NOTICE ON THEM
'Ail olnhr credtc.rs ol In dece-
'denrt and olner peaionr na.ing
claimss or aerrmard against
'deceaenl esiale including
'urmalurm a contingerl or
:unlquldalaa claims, must le
,Ireir claims r nirl Ihl" :ourt
ch~rl IrfiTqA7F


THE: DATE OF THE FIRST
.PUBLICATION OF THIS
NOTICE.
ALL CLAIMS NOT SO FILED
WILL BE FOREVER
BARRED
The date of the first publication
of this Notice is August 17,
2005.
/l David C Sasaer
DAVID C SASSER ESO
JOHNSTON & SASSER. PA.
PO Bie- 97
Brooksville; FL 34605-0997
FLORIDA BAR NO. 297720
Telephone: (352) 796-5123
is, Miram HancocLi
Miriam Hancock
5261 Crystal Creek Drive
Milton, FL 32571
s' Roodn HarncCk
RGoarl Harcci.XK
2303 S CamaegieDrve
lr.Iarnes., FL 3.145
081705
'82405

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
FOR SANTA ROSA COUNTY,
FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
FILE NO. 57-2005-CP-216
DMSION: "B"
III RE ESTATE OF
BARBARA JO ROBERTS,
Oecea.sed
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Tna aaminislrallon ol eir
an nm 1 aBRBAR in


ROBERTS, deceased, with the
case number indicated above;,
is pending in the Circuit Court
for Santa Rosa County,
Florida, Probate Division, the
address of which is 6865 S.W.
Caroline Street, Milton, Florida,
32570. The name and address
of the personal representative
and of the personal represen-
tative's attorney are set forth
below.
All creditors of the decedent
and other peoror. having
claims or demands against Ir
decsadenl ile e including
unrmauread, corlingan or
unliquidated claims, on whom
a copy of this notice is served
ir!u til I ineir clarrm E win iri
coun WITHIN THE LATER OF
3 MONTHS AFTER THE
DATE OF THE FIRST PUBLI-
CATION OF THIS NOTICE OR
30 DAYS AFTER THE DATE
OF SERVICE OF A COPi OF
THIS IrOTICE Ott THEIR.
All criner crdt.lcr oal irne arce-
dnerl and cilr-r prror.si 1` ri.,
claims or deranO d again ire
deI Cadent'. Sala1. ir..:luia r.g
urmaiturae corilrgen ,:,-
IJnihquilBaed ,ila r, Ic m r Iil tie
Incir clalimnlT wir Iln court
WITHIII 3 .1ONTH'S AFTER
THE DATE OF THE FIRST
PUBLICATION OF THIS
NOTICE
ALL CLAILMSP NOT SO FILED
VILL BE FOREVER
BARRED
Dale Ci Ine i.ri puiticallon ol
Inr. nolicea Au-Iaus 17 '"005
RONALD L NELSON
Florida Bar NuImber 280194
Atlc.rne lfor Per.onal
Rapra.errlallk
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Legals


Pensacola, Florida 32502
Telephone (850) 434-1700
Personal Representative:
CHRISTEN LEIGH MARRA
1679 Woodlawn Beach Road
Gulf Breeze, Florida 32563
081705
082405

NOTICE OF ADMINISTRA-
TVE COMPLAINT
Came No.: 80784-05-AG
TO Tr.n:n J.:,yie irrmir,
Milton, FL
An ADMINISTRATIVE COM-
PLAINT to. revoke your
ice.?r.eais and eligibility for
Ic an ;ue arad pp;ri.mTari ha ,
brc.r. 1.id againIl you ou '
nave. Ih rclgril i iquel a
rearrnn puruar.l l oc Souijn
I;',',59 and 12057 |ll an-l,
121. Fornda Siaiui-.s ay rrmal-
ing a requl-sI lo r rric ina
DepanrmenTl cr Finan:,ai
SGr.C.,c Dli.i, TI 01 Log31
S3r.,:ea. 200' E Cairsir 5i
Taiiahassee. FillOia 32399"
'j333 1 a requeil Iar naaring .
noI i,.:ereal Dy O ,:lot.-r 5.
2005 iha rigni ic. a nearne. In
In n ranrltr aill be caisAed ard
Ihe Criel F.rar,ncal O.cear will
rjIp-,3iS oc Ihr C':aui 'n aCCcr-
darce Awih law
082405
083105
090705


NOTICE OF MONTHLY
MEETING ON THE SANTA
ROSA BAY BRIDGE
AUTHORITY


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The Santa Rosa Bay Bridge
Authority will conduct its regu-
lar monthly authority meeting
at 5:30 p.m., Wednesday,
August 24 2005, in the Florida
Department of Transportation
(FDOT) Conference Room C,
located at 6025 bid Bagdad
Highway, Milton, Florida. For
further information call (850).
981-2718.
082405
082405

STATE OF FLORIDA
DEPARTMENT OF ENVI-
RONMENTAL PROTECTION
NOTICE OF DRAFT PERMIT
The Department of
Environmental Protection
gives notice of its preparation
f drian pernti Ior lh6 Irorh cn-
uaed C.p-ralic.r 01 i aale'Aaltr
treatment system at Sterling
Fibers. Inc. 5005 Sterling
Way. Paca Sarta RC.i3
Courr Fl,-rlda
Trh appl.cani. ST-erhir, FiDars
inc apple-d Cr, Auguil
I2004 and sndutmnad alddlIional
InlormiillCri rjn Di:cmrrbr 14
2001 tlo the Deparlmri 0o
Ernvlr:.nrnmenal Prolection I.:.r
renci*al ot an ex.lsling ndusarl-
al .a.alewalIGer pariTl IC.r r,
acrlic libet r mianuia,:lurlnq
facility located al i5005 Sierlinr.
Way Pace. cania Rocl
CounrP Florida
The lalilly operatee a
2 100 000 gallon per day
induslrial wasl.adler Ireatl
msr.l syaem thai 6mpFoys ror-
l.gical ieailmanl Tne prrmill
coeIra In ,Collecilon ireal-


supporting data are reliable


ment and disposal of weak
wastewater generated by man-
ufacturing activities, utilities,
plant operations, ancillary
services and rainfall. The treat-
ed wastewater is disposed of
via land application with a pro-
vision for emergency dis-
charge to Escambia Bay, a
Class III marine water. A dis-
charge to Escambia Bay is
permitted only in the event that
stormwater runoff from rain
events in excess of the 25-year
24-hour storm, chronic rainfall,
or other catastrophic event
results in a total wastewater
volume that exceeds the land
application system's disposal
capacity.
Any interested person may
submit written comments on
the 'draft permit of the
Department or may submit a
erriar r-du sir l:T .r .r a C'C'l
rrnil-ng ioj 'lim 'rr, m:n.:.rg
Inr-uilr.al Wealcler Soci.i,
Ecparrmanil of Erronrmerlal
Piolecl.or, rJonraei D.illriC1
160 Goernmentil Cenrer
Penr..:o.ia Fic.r.ds 3.5c0'
579?J r. sora3rancre ;.li Rule
67-6."J 555 FiC,tda
ArJinir.:li,5i,. Cole Thre .:j
mc.nl or reuBa.I' Il .r p.utll:
rrc ln':l m i tl ccl lrniin Irin hilOrr ,
malior,' elI lorlhr btac. anj
must Ds received ,n Iha
Depadlimern l l]rlhrali
ODilziil Ohi-a llnrn i o:1i ,,.:zy .i
pulCillcaI'C.r. 1 ini, r.,oCice
Failure to ut abml COimTMrionI Cor
laquasi a puDic millng M ll.r
in ins5 tim- period ariail corni,
lute a wadlr of any righl u.':r.
person may rave lc, subill
ccmmrranTer or Iequesi a public
melirran uncdr Rule 6?-
62C' 555 Ficrlldi
Admilniiraiile C.de


available
during
s, 8:00
Monday
At legal
lent of
election,
dustrial
, '160
Center,
0) 595-
'mation
may be
William
-8300.


The comments or request for a
public meeting must contain
the following information:
(a) The commenter's name,
address, and telephone num-
ber, the applicant's name and
address, the -Department
Permit File Number and the
county in which the project is
proposed;
(b) A statement of how and
when notice of the Department
Action or proposed action was
received;
(c) A statement of the facts the
Department shouldconsider In
making the final decision;
(d) A statement of which rules
or statutes require reversal or'
modification of the Department
action or proposed.action; and
(e) If desired, a request that a
public meeting be scheduled
including a statement of the
nature of the issues proposed.
to be raised at the meeting.
However, the Department may
riot always grant a request for
a pucil.: nEmcelTrng Th'rrl',rj
.rnninr. co.:.mmrns in rull t:c-
uemnirlcd wlrrhn 30 dj a oI
pubIClah or .:.i m r..:1..;, .enr.
I. a public nmiln.)3 requeil
ead

II a public mcr.ilrg ': ;.:hAd
Ulc 1", pijr fl, nLco ,rn-.ari p.Fr.-
od IT cFtlrCjad uni, mric. l:'e
.or Ihn put'lr,: mpeinli II 3 pul.-
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mra ;sbmll ori *,r rnrtin,
slTailmeriTs anr. daia al inea
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:Heintz, Elva Mae

:1930-2005
SElva Mae Heintz, age 74, of
'Milton. passed away on
'Saturday, August 20, 2005 at
-her home.
SMrs. Heintz 'as born in
'Danville, VA, and resided in
"Milton for the last 23 years.
She was a member of the
I.Hickory Hammock Baptist
:Church.
SMrs. Heintz was preceded
;in death by her husband-Otto
'Heintz, her mother-Jessie
-Mae McConnell: her step
"father- Francis McConnell:
her father-Horace Paschall.
,and her sister-Frances
Deitrich.
Mrs. Heintz is survived by
her 4 sons-Richard Heintz.
Otto Heintz (Cookie), Donald
Heintz. Paul Heintz (Sue), all
of Pennsylvania: 3 daugh-
ters-Lois Finnerty (Guy) of
New Jersey. Linda Santarlas
(Everett) of PA.and Constance
Heintz of Milton: 23 grand-
children: 24 great grandchil-
dren; 1- brother-Gurtis
SPaschall of SC.
A family directed Memorial
Serv-icee--for Mrs. Heintz will
be at 2:00 p.m. Wednesday.
August 24, 2005 at the
Hickory Hammock Baptist
Church with Rev. Carl Gallups
officiating.
Lewis Funeral Home,
Milton, is in charge of arrange-
ments.


Spencer, Earl

1937-2005
Earl Spencer, age' 68, of
Milton, passed away Saturday.
SAugust 20. 2005. Mr. Spencer
'was a native of Mclntosh.
SAlabama and w\as a longtime
resident of Mississippi. He
served in the U. S. Navy and
\'as an auto mechanic for
many years.
He ,%as preceded in death
by his parents-Phillip and
NMattie Spencer. sisters-
Dorothy Lambert and Cranie
Sequin and a nephew-Lloyd
Sequin.
His i, survived by his


wife-Ann Spencer: 3 sons-
Earl (Evie) Spencer. Ricky
iLynn) Spencer. and Doug
(Sheilal Spencer: 1 daughter:
Kim (Rob) Myers: 3 broth-
ers -Monroe (Bobbie)
Spencer. Obic Spencer, and


Glen Spencer; 1 sister-Linda
(Charles) Spencer; and 10
Grandchildren.
Funeral services for Mr.
Spencer will be at 12:00 p.m.,
Wednesday, August 24, 2005 in
the Northside Baptist Church,
2410 W. Fairfield Drive in
Pensacola. with Chaplain
Danley officiating. Visitation
\rill begin at 11 a.m. at the
church. Lewis Funeral Home is
in charge of arrangements.


Collins, Loyis B.
Lo\is B. Collins. age 74.
died Saturday. August 20. 2005
in Pensacola. She was a native
of Jacksonville, FL. and had
resided in Pace for the last 8
years.
She was retired from the
Cain & Bultman Company. Inc.
of Jacksonville, was a member
of the Order of the Eastern Star,
Arlington and The Daughters
of the Nile. She enjoyed giving
her time as a volunteerr with SS
Dixon Elementary in Pace.
She was preceded in death
bh her parents--Mr. and Mrs.
. A.P. Baldlree..andd..2 sistersa-
Lucy and Mary Eloise.
Survivors.include 3 daugh-
ters-Glinda (Larry) West,
Doris Jean Collins. and Angela
Land; 8.brothers; 2 sisters: 12
grandchildren and 9 great
grandchildren.
Services will be conducted
at 10 a.m.. Thursday. August
25, 2005 from the gazebo at
Memory Park Cemetery in
Milton. Lonnell Baldree. and
Sue Carol Oathout will offici-
ate.
The family suggests that in
lieu of flowers, memorial gifts
may be made to The Cancer
Center of Sacred Heart
Hospital, in Pensacola. FL.
Donnie Sow.ell Funeral
Home is in charge of arrange-
ments.


Allen,

Paul Ransom

1935-2005
Paul Ransom Allen. age 70.
of Milton, passed ad ) ay on
Sunday August 14. 2005.


Mr. Ransom was a native of
Walker. Georgia and had
resided in Milton for a number
of years.
He is survived by his wife-
Judith Allen of Milton: 3 sis-
ters-Geraldine Morgan of


Oregon. Regina Came) of
Tennessee, and Willie May of
Tennessee; I grandchild: 4
great grandchildren: many
nieces and nephews.
Funeral Ser\ ices for Mr.
Allen were held at 11 a.m. on
Thursday. August 18. 2005 at
the Lewis Funeral Home in
Milton.
Memorials mal be made to
the Shriners Crippled Children
Fund.


Bailey, Robert

"Robby" Owen

1963-2005
Robert "Robby" Owen
Bailey. age .42, of Milton.
passed away on Wednesday,
August 17, 2005 after a short
illness.
Robby was a gentle giant
man and as in the words of his
sons, "The Best Dad." He was a
caring husband and brother
who enjoyed sharing his love
for dirt track car racing, mullet
fishing, and deer hunting. with
his family and friends. He had a
wiay 0fnti.jng',.oufel impor-
tant in his life. He lived life to
it's fullest leaving those who
knew him with a smile and a
warm heart.
Robby was employed at
ABF Freight Systems.
Robby was preceded in
death by his baby sister-Tina
Marie Bailey, paternal grand-
parents-Henry Bailey and
Carrie Stace), and maternal
grandparents-Joseph and
Eunice Carr.
Robby is survived by his
wife of 13 years-Robbie Lynn
Bailey; his sons-Robert "Bo"
Bailey, and Henry Bailey, all of
Milton; father-Robert
"Butch" Bailey of Milton;
mother-Loleeta (Bobby)
Smith of Pensacola: sisters-
Loretta (Buzz) Valadao and
Anita Bailey of Pensacola: 6
nephews; 4 nieces; many aunts;


uncles: and many, many
friends.


Funeral Services were 11
a.m. on Saturday. August 20.
2005 at the Lewis Funeral
Home Chapel in Milton with
Pastor Donald Leavins officiat-
ing.
Burial followed in the Crain
Cemetery with Lewis Funeral
Home directing.
Active Pallbearers w"ere-
David Phillips. Jason Phillips.
Arthur "Buzz" \aladao. Kenny
Watts. Lesley "LuLu" Nelson,
James Land, Mike Jernigan.
and Michael Oliver.
HonorarN Pallbearers were
James Blum, Hank MelvinJoe
Hollaway. Jim Martin. Bill
Blum. Charles Cook. Ronnie
Sutton and Rick Hammac.
Lewis Funeral Home of
Milton w'as in charge of
arrangements.


Ethyl Inez Melvin

1923-2005
Ethyl Inez Melvin, age 81,
of Milton passed away on
ednesda\ August 17. 2005 in
-a local hospitAl'.*"- i" I* *
She was born in Mossy
Head and had lived in the
Milton area since 1975.
She was a member of the
Northside Baptist Church in
Defuniak Springs, and attend-
ed the Hickory Hammock
Baptist Church in Milton. She
worked in Housekeeping at the
Santa Rosa Medical Center for
10 years. and then was a vol-
unteer at the Hospital for 7
years.
Mrs. Melvin is sun ived by
her children--Douglas Clifton
of Pensacola, Phyllis IPhillip)
Martin of Milton. James
Perdue of DeFuniak Springs,
Ronnie Clifton of Pace. Joe
Ann Martin of Milton. Buddy
(Marion) Perdue of Milton and
Barbara (Michael) Smith of
Milton; 12 Grandchildren; and
14 great grandchildren.


LEGAL NOliCE


LEGAL NOTICE
Notice is hereby given that the
Canvassing Board for the
September 6, 2005, Local
Option Election will meet on
September 2, 2005, at 8:00
a.m., in the Santa Rosa
County Supervisor of
Elections' Office located at
6495 Caroline Street, Milton.
Pursuant to F.S. 101.6104,
public inspection of the ballots
is scheduled to take place
from 8:00 a.m. through 8:30
a.m. The board will reconvene
as necessary.


supporting data are a,
for public inspection
normal business hou
a.m. to 5:00 p.m.,
through Friday, excel
holidays, at Departn
Environmental Pro
Northwest District, Ir
Wastewater Section
Governmental
Pensacola, Florida (8E
8300. Additional info
concerning this project
obtained by contacting
Armstrong at (850) 59:
082405
082405

LEGAL NOTICE
In accordance wit
101.5612, notice is
given that the vote ta
equipment to be user
September 6, 2005
Option Election, will b
on Monday, August 29
p nr Tre I i: I. i w;ii i
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for Mrs. Mel\in were 10 a.m.,
Saturday, August 20. 2005 at'
the Serenit Gardens Cemetery FIR ST
in Milton r ith Rev. Mike CHOICE
\V i i .;n ficiatin,-; ',1 n *


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Le\' is Funeral Home \~as in
charge of arrangements.


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All B B.:Ud O Cour,r Comrrma.:'ier eMecang. ard o.r .iur.r, rciepamientr meerisri, are held at te Cou'nr
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C,..r.T,..,or. S ,p;i Nl Meet.r.- Retroaan September 19 6:00 pjn:
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Lawn mowers, tools,
clothes & furniture.
7-? 5116 Nekole Dr
Saturday, August
271h.
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5 family, Friday 7
until 2 and Saturday
7 until ??? Sola and
chair, baby lurniture,
lots of clothes for ev-
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way Blvd.
CHUMUCKLA PEN-
TECOSTAL Holi-
ness church. 2841
Hwy 182 Friday &
Saturday. August
261h & 27th.
8:00am-unhl. For in--
formation call Pastor
Ira Decker. 994-
5444. '
YARD SALE Satur-
day 7-? Furiture,
baby items, toys,
clothes, and misc.
5715 Sweet Birch
Ln. Milton (off Ava-
Ion)


Thursday and
day, 8-? Full
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dodge rims
kitchen table,
hogany with
chairs, corn
desk, chair, '
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Final Yard Sale.
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Friday and Saturday
26th and 27th.
Gates open at
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:Milton High School is
ready to honor grads
Milton High School will have a
reception on Sept. 2 in the school
cafeteria to honor the 2005
'inductees to the Milton High
School Hall of Fame.
This years honorees are Elisha
Williams, Rod Walker, and
Lawrence Tynes.
The reception will be from 5 to
6 p.m. prior to the Panthers game
Against West Florida Tech.
Benny C. Russell Hall
of Fame search begins
SPace High School is now
.accepting nomination for the
SBennett C. Russell Athletic Hall of
Fame.
This hall of fame was esral-
Sished in Sept. of 2003 to honor
,'former Pace athletes who now
serve as role models in the adult
world.
Candidates must have been
out of high school for at least 10
years, be an honorable indoivid-
ual who reflects the strong char-
acter of Bennett C. Russell, and
who has distinguished themself
as a positive role model in the
Community in which they live.
The initial class was made up
of Kevin Arrant, Ernie Anderson.
'Martha Day Head, Joey Harrell.
Kris Lay, and Craig Wyrosdick.
Nomintions for the 2005 class
are being accepting through
Sept. 14 and will be honored on
SOct. 28. .
To make a 'nomination call
Pace Athletic Director Robert
Freeman at 995-3609.
Panther ticket packages
are now on sale at MHS
Milton High School is offer-
Sing a Panther Pass to families
for $175. This pass entitles the
bearer and immediate family to
free admittance to all home iall
sports) regular season athletic
contest. Playoff games are
excluded.
Reserve seating is also being
;,sold for the upcoming 2005
Football season at Milton High
,School, The cost for a season
footballl pass is $42 per person.
which includess all varsity, junior
,varsity, and ninth grade home
football games.
For more information call
Milton High School at 983-
5600.
:Gun and Knife show
dates are set for Sept.
SThe Santa Rosa Gun and Knife
"Show will be Sept. 17 and 18 at
.the Santa Rosa County
,Auditorium in Milton.
,' The show will be from 9 a.m. to
5 p.m.
,; Admission is $4 for an adult
,with children under 12 free. For
'more information call 957-4952.
Pace Football tickets
and packages available
Football season tickets and
'athletic ticket packages are still
available at Pace' High School.
Football packages involve all
varsity, junior varsity; and fresh-
mrnr. fontthall namre indr ar Ts-n


,each.
,Pace has a Super Patriot
,package available for all home
athletic events, except playoff
'games for $175.
For more info call the Pace
Atheltic Department at995-3600.
PSA releases 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 course and a junior 5K for
children under 14. For more infor-
:mation contact the Pensacola
Sports Association at 434-2800.

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


Let the games begin...Fri


By BILL GAMBLING
PG Sports Editor
No more scrimmages or
kickoff games,. which mean
nothing other than some experi-
ence.
The 2005 football season
gets underway in full force with
Pace hosting the Vikings of Ft.
Walton Beach, while Milton is
traveling to Pensacola to play
Washington High School and
Jay will take on the role of
David trying to slay the giant
Goliath (Crestview Bulldogs).
Ft. Walton Beach is coming
off a 7-2 season which should
provide a strong opening test
for the Patriots.
Pace made short work of


Navarre.
who is in the
Vikings dis-
trict, during
Friday\ s
kickoff cljas-
sic.


very please
with ho\t
we pla. ed
Friday,' said
Lindsey. Lindsey
"We played
hard and tackled well defen-
sively.
"I was pleased overall but
we still have to get a lot better
with the schedule we have."
Ft. Walton Beach is a very


respected program in
Northwest Florida and will be
no easy task for the Patriots to
start the 2005 season against.
"They are a very good and
respected program," said
Lindsey. "We didn't have much
of a choice about scheduling
them the first game out."
Lindsey knows this will tell
a great deal about Pace starting
out.
"This can be good and
bad," said Lindsey. "The good
is we will find out about our
team.
"The negative side of that is
we could find out they are that
much better than we are."
Kickoff at Pace is set for


7:30
Milton
will be look-
ing to see it
Washington
High coach
C h e t
Bergalowski
words ring
true when
they kickoff
the season at
7 p.m.


McMillion


Following a heartbreaking
17-16 loss to the Panthers in
the Den last season Berglowski
ordered his team off the field
and yelled out about seeing if it
will happen at their place next
season.


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Mitlon running back Kyle Conrad had more than the ball knock loose in the hard hitting preseason kickoff game between the Milton Panthers
and the Choc tawhatchee Indians. Milton won the preseason affair 16-6 plus Conrad got a couple of stitches for his efforts on this run, which
happened to be negated by a holding penalty.
Press Gazette photo by Bill Gamblin


Preseason under pressure


B. BILL GAiMBLIN
PG Sporis Editor
Could the groundwork be
set for Pace and Milton to have
an epic battle on Oct. 28.
Not that either team needed
any. help getting up for the
game. but a district berth could
be the grand prize going 10 the
winner along with possession
of the gold helmet.
Both coaches came away
from Friday's kickoff games
pleased with what they saw.
Milton played host to
Chncrta itm'he hila the Indvri"n


probably wished the Panthers
had been a little more gracious
when they came up short 16-9
Pace visited the south end
of Santa Rosa County and dom-


inated Na\arre 21-0 in two
quarters of play.
The Panthers followed the
plan of sixth year head coach
Mike McMillion of running to
throw and throwing to run,
except for a couple of miscues.
With their first possession
Milton mo\ ed the ball down the
field thjnks.to ihe running of
Kyle Conrad and.Emery Allen
to set up a 25-yard field goal by
Zack Lowe.
Milton then used Zack
Powell to excite the crowd on
their ne\t possession as he \went


44 yards down followed by a 13
yard pass from Dustin Land to
Caleb Stewart setting up Lowe
for another field goal from 21
yards out to make it 6-0.


Then the. offense ran into
problems. '
A fumble and interception
on their next two possessions
gave Choctaw the chance they
needed as they tied the game 6-
6 when Zak Mikel-Allen dove
in from one; yard out for
Chocira\ 's only score.
The Indians missed out on
taking the lead %hen Allen laid
out and blocked the extra point.
But Allen wasn't done as on
the next possession for Milton
he rumbled 66 yards to set up
Lo\\e's third held goal from 24


yards out giving the Panthers a
9-6 lead at halftime.
After halftime Milton took
over at their own 20, after forc-
ing Choctaw to punt, and went


right down the field running and
throwing until Jeremy Tolbert
high stepped in from 16 yards
out to score the Panthers only
touchdown.
S"I thought we., did pretty
good," said Milton head coach
Mike McMillion after the
game.. "Our red zone effort
could have been better, but I
was pleased overall.
"Tonight I though our
defense was aggressive as over-
all we did a good job."
In Navarre the Patriots
.eenim in h.a e relo:-ded theii


backfield.
After losing Anthony Jones
and Stevie Scott, both 1,000
yard rushers last season at Pace,
See, PRESEASON, Pg. 2B


Memorial set to make noise in I


By BILL GAMBLING
PG Sports Editor


East Milton will roar to life
this weekend when Southern
Raceway hosts the 2005 Derek
Henley Memorial this Friday
and Saturday.
Racing over the weekend
will feature the top Late Model
drivers from around the south-
east.
Friday's racing will feature
the INICA Modified, Hoggs,
Vintage. Street Stock, and
Stingers as well as Late Model
practice for those drivers who
arrive on Friday.
Saturday will be an even
busier day with the Late Model
drivers, IMCA Modified,
Hobby, and Thunder Trucks.
And if that is not enough


excitement for race fans
Southern Raceway has plans for
a big fireworks display follow-
ing the racing.
Competition in the Late
Model division will be fierce, as
only 26 drivers will get a
chance at the $4,400 prize
going to the winner of the 44-
lap late model feature.
Qualifying on Saturday will
lock in the top eight spots of the
feature with those drivers not
qualifying having to compete in
a Late Model last chance race.
"We changed the format of
the weekend to be more accom-
modating to the Late Model
drivers," said Mel Langham
track manager and promoter at
Southern Raceway. "I feel this
race will be more attractive to


the drivers and teams because
they can drive in on Saturday
instead of traveling and finding
a motel room, which is becom-
ing harder to find after our hur-
ricane situations."
An official list of entries
was not available, but Langham
said he expects Cuba, Ala.'s
Mile Boland to be competing.
along with several of the other
top Late Model drivers from
Louisiana, Alabama,
Mississippi, Georgia, and
Florida.
"Besides Mike Boland we
tried to get Scott Bloomquist to
commit to this race," said
Langham. "But he was already
committed to another event at
the time."
Bloomquist's last visit to


Milton Florida was November
2004 for a race cancelled due to
inclement weather, which is
something Southern Raceway is
becoming all too familiar with
this season.
Hurricane Dennis, Tropical
Storm Arlene, and Mother
Nature have combined to cancel


day

e Wildcats, who finished
1-6, look to be ready for
ng this season.
hey are a lot bigger than
d look to be big and
on both sides of the
said McMillion. "Their
g backs are especially
which will be a test of
fense.
iashington appears to be
ound on both the offen-
id defensive fronts."
the battle could be
to the trenches in
cola with a catfight
en Washington and


1.


without the benefit of a
See, KICKOFF, Pg. 2B


By B [LL GAMBLING
PG Sorts Editor
Football fans will get a
chance to hear local football on
the raiio.
Radio Station 90.5-FM
WTGF has released a schedule
of area high school football
ganes they plan on broadcast-
ing during their inaugural season
of high school football through
the Pmnhandle Sports Network.
T ie Milton Panthers will
air the opening week of the sea-
son when they visit Washington
High School in Pensacola
Friday, at 7 p.m.
i\.ilton', go- agaJin--i Pine
Fores on Sept. 9 will also be
aired .n the network.
Pace will be featured on the
Panhandle Sports Network
when they visit Crestview on
Sept. 16 and Tate on Oct. 14 in
what zould be a crucial district
conte t.
Play-by-play for the games
will be provided by Bill
Loggans.
L )ggans will be joined by
Jeramie Neisler in the booth
doing color commentary.
A pre-game show will
begin 30 minutes prior to kick-
off of each broadcast.


Broadcast schedule for the
Panhandle Sports Network on
WTGF 90.5 FM
Aug. 25, Pine Forest at Tate, 7 p.m.
Aug. 26, Milton at Washington, 7 p.m.
Sept. Escambia at Washington,:7:30
p.m.
Sept. 9, Milton at Pine Forest, 7:30
p.m.
Sept. '6, Pace at Crestview, 7:30 p.m.
Sept. L2, Tate at Rutherford, 7 p.m.
Sept. .3, Bay at Pensacola, 7:30 p.m.
Sept. p 0, Navarre at Ft. Walton Beach,
7:30 p.m.
Oct. 7. P'cola Catholic at West Florida
T.:.:h i" [ ri
Oct. 14, Pace at Tare, 7:iU p.m.
Oct. i Ft. Walton Beach atTate, 7:30
p.m.
Oct. 28, Gulf Breeze at Pensacola,
7:30 p.in.
Nov. 4, Tate at Woodham, 7:30 p.m.


lilton


dates so far this season.
irricane Dennis is the
why -the Derek Henley
rial was moved to this
nd as Southern Raceway
ned some damage and
operatorss didn't feel they
be prepared in time for
n event.


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106 HOME BASED
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INSTRUMENTS
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TRANSPORTATION
902 AUTO SUPPLIES
904 CARS
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$320 Salary, bonus,
benefits, advancement.
Key Auto Liquidation
4340 Avalon Blvd.
Milton, Fl.
Ask for Coach Gordon
850-983-3000



Part time drivers &
office help needed!
Monday, Tuesdays,
& Wednesday.
Valid drivers license and
a good driving record required.
Also, drivers to stay on
lot & park cars. Located at the
Pensacola Fairgrounds.
Apply in person
Wednesday- Friday only,
or call 994-1945.


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needs immediately. -
Person that must be able to
work around horses and do
light farm duty, run errands,
some light and limited
housekeeping. Call 995-0280
or 982-4334 After 5
call 994-7497.


Pump Truck Driver.
$12 an hour plus benefits.
Apply in person @
3940 Kimberly Rd,
Pace, FL from 9am to 2pm.
Cal for directions only @
995-3375.
Drug Free Work Zone.


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Operation.
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Jay Hospit
Mike at 851


3-5 years
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Also prefer
experience.
available at
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is seeking a full time employee.
This is a temporary position and
requires a H.S. education and at least two years of
related experience. Job duties include front office
reception, answering phones and data entry.
Candidate must be proficient in keyboarding and the
use of basic office software including Word, Outlook
and Excel. Rate of pay is dependent upon level of
experience. Acceptance of application will close on
August 22nd. Please contact Rick Puckett at
850-983-5216 Ext 109 or mail resume to
University of Florida/WFREC
5988 Hwy 90; Bldg 4900 Milton, FL. 32583


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Escambia River Outward Bound
seeking teacher for juvenile justice
wilderness program.
Applicant must have
Florida teaching certificate or
be eligible for certification.
Background or certification in
math and/or reading preferred.
Prior experience in working
with delinquent or at-risk youth desired.
Application Deadline:
8/26/05
Submit Resume to:
Escambia River Outward Bound
430 Tedder Rd.
Century. FL. 32535
escambia@hurricaneisland.org
850-256-3335


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and maintenance of farm equipment required. A
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resume go to www.hr.ufl.edu/job.
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SANTA ROSA COUNTY

HUMAN RESOURCES

EMPLOYMENT ANNOUNCEMENT


ATTENTION: The information given on your application will be evaluated against the minimum qualifications of the job description. -The
length of related work experience, training and education described on your application, will be an important consideration in the entire appli-
cation and selection process. After all applications are evaluated, your name will be placed on the employment list; ranked accordingly.

Other than this announcement, no further notification will be sent.


*************************** ************* ****


Animal Control Officer (8555)
Range: 14 $ 9.99 perhour
**08/22/2005 08/29/2005**
Note: All experience and/or educational requirements must be clearly documented on application before qualification for employment is
determined.
Minimum Qualifications (Must Be Attained Before the Closing Date)
HS/GED. (1) yr exp in dealing directly with the public in a public setting; OR, currently posses an A.C.O Certification from the Florida
Animal Control Association.. '
LICENSE: Applicant must have a valid Florida Driver's License at the date of hire and maintain said license % hile employed in this position.
NOTE: Applicant selected must successfully pass a 40 hour training course approved by the Florida Animal Control Association within six (6)
months of being in employed. '

Recording Clerk I (9031)
Range: 9 $ 8.83 per hour ,
**08/22/2005 08/29/2005**
Note: .411 experience and/or educational requirements must be clearly documented on application before qualification for employment is
determined. '
Minimum Oualifications (Must Be Attained Before the Closing Date)
HS/GED. I \r clerical exp in cash receipting and verification of funds, land title work or real estate work; or an equivalent combination of
education and exp. Type 30 \pm.

Engineer II (6097)
Range: 30 $ 51,814.30 $ 73,212.28 $DOQ
**08/15/2005 09/06/2005**
Note: All experience and/or educational requirements must be clearly documented on application before qualification for employment is
determined. .
Minimum Qualifications (Miut Be Attained Before the Closing Date)
Graduation from an accredited college oruniversity with major course w ork inCi\ il Engineering. Four years professional engineering experi-
ence, two years of which must have been in a supervisory capacity; registration as a professional Engineer in the State of Florida.

**Resumes Only** .
Asst. County Engineer (Unclassified) (6071)
$ 57193.30 $78,841.61 DOQ
**Open Until Filled**:
Note: A.i experience and/or educational requirements must be clearly documented on application bgfor qualification for employment is
determined.
Minimum Qualifications (Must Be Attained Before the Closing Date)
Graduation from college or university with major course work in Civil Engineering. Four years professional engineering experience, includ-
ing four years in supervisory capacity. CERTIFICATE: Registered Professional Engineer by State if Florida.

Planner I (6037)
Range: 23 $ 31,620.74 $ 34,903.40 DOQ
**Open Until Flllggs **
Note: AU experience and/or educational requirements must be clearly documented on application Efore qualification for employment is
determined.
Minimum Outlificatlqlyr (Musi Be Ataltedl Btfore the Cloting Date)
Bachelor's degree in Urban and Regional Planning, Environmental Science, Arclitecture, Landscape Architectiir, or related field and 1 year
of relevant planning and zoning experience, or Master's degree in Urban and Regional Planning or related field and no experience.
LICENSE: Applicant must have a valid State of Florida Driver's License at the date of hire and maintain said license while employed in this
position. : .

Planner II (6038). '
Range: 25 $ 34,903.40 $ 38,526.82 DOQ
**Open Until Filled**
Note: All experience and/or educational requirements must be clearly documented on application before qualification for employment is
determined.
Alininmum Qualificanons (AlMst Be Atained Before the Closing Date)
Bachelors Degree in Urban and Regional Planning, Environmental Science. Architecture. Landscape Architecture, or related field, and 2 years
of relevant planning and zoning experience, or a Master's Degree in Urban and Regional Planning or related field and 1 year of relevant plan-
ning and zoning experience.
LICENSE: Applicant must ha\e a valid State of Florida Dri\er's License at the date of hire and maintain said license while employed in this
position.

Planner ll1 6035)
Range: 27 $ 38,526.82 $42,526.41 DOQ
**Open Until Filled**
Note: All experience and/or educational requirements mist be clearly documented on application before qualification for employment is
determined.
Minimnumn ualirications lust Be Attained Before the Closing Date)
Bachelor's degree in Urban and Regional Planning, En\ ironmental Science. Architecture. Landscape Architecture. or related field and 4 years
of relevant planning and zoning experience, or Master's degree in Urban and Regional Planning or related field and 2 years of relevant plan-
ning and zoning experience.
LICENSE: Applicant must have a alid State of Florida Driver's License at the date of hire 'ind maintain said license while employed in this


position.


1\aler/Wastewater Plant Operator I (8306)
Range: 17 $ 23,511.80 $ 40,477.24 DOQ ;
**Open intil Filled**
Note: All experience and/or educational requirements must be clearly documented on application before qualification for employment is.
determined.
Mlininum Oualitications AlMust Be Attained Before the Closing Date)' .
HS/GED. LICENSE: Possession of a class "C" water or wastewater operator license: valid Florida driver's license riith the ability to obtain
CDL license withinn 120 da s of employment and maintain said license whilee employed in this position.

\\ater/Wastewater Plant Operator II(8307) "
Range: 20 $ 27,266.47 $ 46,941.19 DOQ
**Open Until Filled** #
Note: All experience and/or educational requirements mustbe clearly documented on application before qualification for employment is
determined.
Minimum Oualifications (Must Be Attained Before the Closing Date)
HS/GED. LICENSE: Possession of a class "C" water and class "C" wastewater operator license; valid Florida driver's license at the date of
hire, v\iih the ability to obtain CDL license within 1,20 days of employment and maintain said licenses) while employed in this position.

Testing will be held on Thursday September 1, 2005 for Communications Dispatcher I. The APPLICANT must contact Human
Resources at' 850-983-1948 to receive their assigned testing time for the date above. All applications and supporting documents must be
received on or before Monday August 29, 2005 at 4:30pm in order to obtain a testing time.

**NO EXCEPTIONS WILL BE MADE ON DATE/TIME**-
FOR EACH POSITION APPLIED FOR, ALL REQUIRED 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 DELIVERED BY US MAIL, FAX, EMAIL, OR HAND DELIVERED. If the required supporting doc-
uments are not in by the close date, your application will not be submitted for consideration. In an effort to further assist applicants, we
offer the ease of applying online at www.santarosa.fl.gov. Complete job descriptions and applications are also available at the Santa Rosa
County Human Resources Office, 6495 Caroline Street, Suite H, Milton, FL 32570, phone (850) 983-1948, Fax (850) 981-2003. Veteran's
Preference will be given in accordance with Florida Statutes.


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Come and bring
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Admission:
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102
Drivers

DRIVER TRAINEES
.Needed Now! No
experience required.
CDL Training is now
available in your
area. ,Covenant
Transport has imme-
diate openings for
entry-level semi
drives. Our avg.
drivers earn more
than $36K first year.
OTR and .Regional
.runs get you home
weekly. Train for top
pay call today. 1-
866-280-5309.


Social Services Secr
' Eckerd Youth Alternatives,
a leader in therapeutic progr
youth-at-risk, seeks a Social
Secretary for our wilderness


maintain files and electronic
while assisting the social se
team in other administrative
High school diploma or equ
and training in taping, geneil
procedures, and computer li
required.'Minimum of t\ o
successful administrative d
Fax resumes to 850-675-123(
850-675-4512 for more ihfor
SEOE, M/F/D/V,
Drug Free Work Place


Accounts Cler
City of Milto

Requirements: H.S. Diplor
Equiv; typing 40 cwm, Two
clerical experience with basic
puter skills. Salary, $15,7C
annually. Increase after 6 m
Excellent benefits available.
a full time City of Milton pc
To apply contact
Landrum Staffing Servi
P.O. Box 15700, Pensacc
Florida, 32514 (6723 Plant
Road, Pensacola) or ca
(850) 476-5100.
Applications will be acce]
through September 6, 20


IANNOUNC M


etary
Inc.,
ms for
servicess
'amp in


; data
rvices
duties.,
valent
1 office
teracy
'ears '
ties.
I or call
nation:
C


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n

ia or
years
com-
4.00
anths.
This is
sition.-


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nation
i


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102
Drivers

LEARN
TO DRIVE
Tractor Trailers
.


10O
Drive

DRIVER- N
ing qualified
for Central
OTR
Food grade
No hazrr
pumps. Gre
fits, Compe
and new ec
Need 2 ye
experience
num Tran,
your oppor
day: (800)7

DRIVER-AI
Want.....40
NO NYC H
days. KLLI
Students E
come 866-
(M-F-8-5) /
BRENDA
7351 AN'
CDL-A. EO
DRIVER-C
NANT'
PORT:
pay and be
Experience
ers, O/C
Teams and
ate Stude
nuses Paic
Equal Oi
Employer
MORE P/
667-3729)

EVERGRE
TRANSPO
TION neec
to run the
states w
weekly ar
end home
offer good
benefits. It
at least 2
good drivil
with a HA
dorsement
come by
nal located
Hwy. 95A
ment, Flori
from IP pa
call 850-96
NOW H
No CDL
Truck dri
tractor tr
forklift exp
must, 623-
NOW HIR
tied driven
position
grade tal
hazmat. N
Great ..
Competrllv
new e-
Need 2 yi
experience
num Trar
your oppo
Saday: (800)"
0/0 DRIV
Tne F/S
here! $1
$2,000
'$2,600 re
nus. Base
vided. No
problem,
lease
(800)569-
S/E & 3-S
T/T Driver
SWEEKENE
age Pay,
401K. Trai
come/Miar
exp. req.
age/Class-
Cypress TI
(800)545-1


rs

OW Hir-
I drivers
:lorida &
positions.
Tanker.
at. No
at Bene-
itive Pay
uipment.
ars OTR
Call By-
port for
unity to-
41-7950.

.L YOU
S Start &
)me 7-10
Dry Van
Iso Wel-
344-0432
SK FOR
866-357-
TIME.
E.
)VE-
TRANS-
Excellent
nefits for
d Driv-
, solo
I ,Gradu-
nts. Bo-
SWeekly.
opportunity
. (888)
Y (888-


EN
RTA-
s drivers
S13 SE
th both
d week-
ime. We
pay and
you are
3 with a
ig record
ZMAT en-
please
>ur termi-
I at 300
, Canto-
da across
)er mill or
B-1702.
IRING
equlred.
ver with
miller and
irlence a
5385,

NO quell.
for OTA
Food
iker, No
a pumps.
Benefits,
P Pay and
equipment,
)ars OTR
,Call By-
spon for
rtunlty to-
'41-7950.
ER- FFE,
is nigher
02 Avg.
sign-on
ferral bo-
plate pro-
truck no
low cost
purchase.
298.
tate. Run:
s. HOME
)S. Mile-
Benefits,
lees Wel-
ni area-
.21 min
5A CDL
uck Lines
351


earn $49,950 in:
2004? Think annual'
earnings! $0.05 NEI
bonus pay! Class-A
CDL required:.
(800)CFI-DRIVE
(800-234-37481. or'1
www.cfidrive.com. .
CLEANING PER:
SON Needed. Seri,
ous long term erm-
ployment applicants.
only. Must be relia-I
ble & dependable.:
Must have car avail-'
able. Call 994-1785.
COLONIAL SUP-;
PLEMENTAL insur-'
ance seeking experi-n
enced benefit enroll-,
ers to market our'
voluntary products:
to existing clients'
within the Floridai
Public Sector. Indus-
try leading compen-I
station, Jonnny'
(800)845-7330, I
ext.6604.
COMPANY AND,
O/O needed 87'
cents per mile all
dead -head paid +i
fsc. Call Don Salts-"
man CTC Truckingi,
Inc. (321)639-1522. i
DAYSHIFT x WAIT-i
RESS needed fort
Bayou Cafe. Mon-i
day-Friday. Call,
994-9232.


I


15 DAY LOCAL
CDL TRAINING
Full and Part Time Classes
Major carriers hiring on site
Tuition Assistance if qualified
For over 29 years-
we've been training .,'
America's Truckers!
CALL TODAY!
Truck Driver Institute
5750 Milton Road- ,
Milton, FL
800-709-7364
PUMP TRUCK Driv-7,
er. $12 an hour plus,,
benefits: Apply in.-'
person @ 3940 Kim--,
berly Rd, Pace, FL.,
from 9am to 2pm.,.>
Cal for directions on--.
ly @ 995-3375
Drug,,
SFree Work Zone. -.
WHY NOT drive for-,
CFI? Atlanta orienta-,
tion. $0.05 NE bo-'.'
nus pay! Think an-.,
nual earnings! XM'
service. Class A
.CDL required.;
(800)CFI-DRIVE :"
(800-2234-3748) or
www.cfidrive.com.
.104
General Help n
$600 WEEKLY;
working through the'
government part-'
time. No experience '
A lot of Opportuni- ,
ties. (800)493-3688=
Code J-14.
**SALES REPS**,
Sales Managers,-,
$7,000 per week isc;
what our top sales,
people. earn High,
successful national,-
co.' expanding. Will,-
train, Call Jay,
(800)685-8004,
ADMISSIONS MAN-I
AGER/NURSER L-,
alson. Nursing de-,
gree, Long Term.
Care experleone
preferred, Knowi,.
edge of Insurance,,,
Medicare and Med-
Iaeld a plus. Develop..
reiallonsaips withl.
physicians, hospi,-
tals, ete. for referral,
of rehabilitation/
Long Term Care Pa-,
dents to a growing
S80 bed Rerablllia-
tlon and Long Term
Care Facility. Corn-.
petitive salary and.'
Benefits. Apply to
Administrator, Par-,'*
thenoti Healthcare'
of Crestiview, 1849:
1st Ave East. Crest;
view, FL 32539.
Phone (850) 682-.
5322 fax 1850) 682;
5489. '
ALL SALES pros;
wanted: Market #f
vacation club Mem-1
bership on the plan-
et! No timeshares. 6
figure$ in 6mo. SE-,
RIOUS INQUIRES
ONLY. (800)294-:
8654 x 1339.
ASSOCIATE NEED-'
ED $100 to $1,000.i
per day. No selling.,
No explaining, No
convincing. c Call
(800)242-0363
ext.4250.
CFI ORIENTATION-
nrl oiii


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104
General Help
,EXPERIENCED
-BODY tech., painter,
4,,nd painters helpers
',needed. David, S&L
,'Auto. Body, Crest-
-view. 850-682-5168.
:FRAMERS AND
carpenters helpers
'wanted: Must have
transportation.
;'Please call 698-
,8346.
:FRAMERS NEED-
'ED $12 to $20 per
hour local company.
Year round work,
benefitss available..
Call 665-1250
'.HELP WANTED Six
'Fieldi representa-
Stives needed, to as-
sess-private proper-
<'ty damage from Hur-
' ricane Dennis. Two
S'office clerkss, good
"customer service
,'skills, required. Four'
*.data entry, clerks,
must be prolicient in
access software.
typing test required
Call 983-5220.
HELP WANTED.
Maintence worker.
.experience, prefer-
(red, contact Lorrie at
*994-4353
JANI KING Clean-
"2ing persons needed.
Part time Evening
10pm-12pm & Full
time Day workers,
-30 plus hours. $6.50
;td $7.00' start.,
transportation a
Must. 850-221-9587
LAWN MAINTE-
NANCE helper
needed. Qualifila.
lions: Valid drivers II.
cenas and Desire to
work. Call 026-1043
,(leave name and
ph, ie number)
NURSERY WORK-
ER- GARCONN
POINT LOCATION)
for productlbnrNurs-
ery Propagation,
weeding, and other
general nursery
work. Experience
preferred, Call for
appointment. 983-
9121.


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services, real estate, travel packages, employment and business opportunities, personIas, public notices and much more 0 Pick up your copy today.


104
General'Help

LIBERTY
NATIONAL Life
Insurance
Do You Earn
$75,000 A Year?.'
Would You Like
To? Using our pro-
ven marketing plan
you could earn
$75K 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 more! 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.
LICENSED PLUMB-
ERS & Helpers
needed. Benefits
Available. 626-8456.
LOCAL SALON at
great location seek-
ing 2 stylists with clh-
enlele. Call 981-
0079. Reasonable
rent space.
LOOKING FOR a
lady to keep a 20
month girl. Please
call Jennifer 823.
0226,
MAID SERVICE
Teehnlolne needed.
Will you seIze the
opportunity? Par
time. Monday
through Friday.
em-runilli. Must
have own transpor-
lation and a airorig
sense of morals and'
pride. Will train the
right persons) to
grow with our com-
pany Salary/Com-
mission/Mlleage/Ben
efits. Contact Cheri
995-0902.


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ear m

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enrolling in lhe Ja.kson Hewitt Income Tax
Course. Our Irained inslruclors 1 ill each
you how to prepare tax return so you'll be
able t1 do your a'i.? taxes' And once your
friends discover your lalent, you could earrn
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Completion ol this course is neither an offer nor
, a guaranlee ol employment. Additional training
or experience may be required. Most offices are
independently owned and operated.


104
General Help
NEEDEDMASON-
RY laborer. Pay
based on experi-
ence. Call 554-0998
foi more information.

NOW HIRING for
2005 Postal posi-
tions $17:50-
$59.00+/hr.. Full
Benefils/Paid Train-
ing and Vacations
No Experience Nec-
essary (800)584-
1775 Reference #'
5600.

P/T & F/T
DIETARY AID
positions available
No experience
necessary.
Apply in personal -
Santa Rosa Health
and Rehab
5386 Broad SI
in Milton EOE
Drug Free
Workplace

PR CLEANING
Supply is accepting:
applications for
Warehouse Assis-
tant. Monday- Friday
8am-5pm Full bene-
lits, paid vacation &
401k. Come in or
call io apply. 3435
N. Dr. MLK Drive.
432-0432.
PUBLISHER'S
NOTICE
Milton Newspapers,
Inc. Idba The Santa
Rosa Press Gazette
and The Santa Rosa
Free Press) re-
serveS The right to
censor, reelansafy,
revise, edit or releot
any advertlement
not meeting lie
Elandards of aooepl-
ance. SuBmisslon of
an advenlrement
aoe niot conetitute
an agreement to1
publish said adver-
tisement. Publication
of an advertisement
does not constitute
an agreement for
continued publica-
tion.
WANTED ME-
CHANICS & Oil
Change Techs for
new modern shop
Top pay. ASE a
plus Call Mike at
18501 375-4874


I!


104
General Help

UNIT COORDINA-
TOR-RN/LPN Team'
player with positive
attitude needed to
manage CNA's and
Nurses on 60 bed
unit. Competitive
salary and benefits.
$5,000 Sign on Bo-
nus. Apply to DON,:
Parthenon .- Health-
care of Crestview,
1849 1st Ave East,
Crestview, FL (850)
682-5322 fax (850)
682-5489 EOE.

WANTED HANDY-
MAN No experience
necessary. '626-
8973.

WANTED INVEST-
MENT Banker with
the knowledge of
Forex currency trad-'
ing, private place-
ment programs and
. all paperwork per-
:aining to lempiates,
sample program de-
scriptions, eic. For
more inlormallon
Call 786-522-3572.

WANTED: CHRIS-
TIAN teachers. Ap-
ply at Tender Heart
Learning Center at
i Avalon Baptist
Church or call 626-
0117. Monday- Frn-
day 6:30-6:00. Pre-
school openings
available

WE SIZZLE oe-
cause you can do
this If you tryl If you
really want to make
It, Check us outl
Even If you never
earned $830,000-
$50,000 Ever In a
year or even two,.
You could achieve a
$10.000 Document-
ed let Months Earn-
irgs All based upon
weekly paid com-
missions proof on
file- Training pro-
gram allowance. 2-3
qualified pre-set ap-
pointments daily.
Management and
trainers advance-
ment plus
thousands
extra in monthly
overrides for experi-
enced sales man-
agement personnel.


Plumibrring

SERr ICE PLUMBER- MINIMlUiM OF
2 \RS EXPERIENCE \l/CLE\N
DRIVING RECORD.


SEPTIC CRE\\ WORKERS
W/EXPERIENCE CLEAN DRIVING.
RECORD. CDL LICENSE PLUS,
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CALL TO SCHEDULE INTERVIEW

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Sifyou're not just "holding a job" but are, instead, an

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104
General Help
Call now to qualify
for a $2000 starters-
bonus. This, can be
easy money if you
try! Call Catherine
McFarland
(888)563-3188.




310
Business
Opportunities
$250,000 YEARLY
potential, first year!
Working from any lo-.
cation. Think it's too
good to be true.
Don't call (800)801-
8942.
A'CASH COW! 90
Vending Machine
units/You OK Loca-
tions Entire ,,Busi-
ness $10,670 Hurry!
(800)836-3464
1B302428
ALL CASH CANDY
ROUTE Do you.earn
$800 day? 3.0 ma-
chines, free candy
all for $9,995 800-
S814-6323
B02000033 Call us,
we will not be under-
sola! ..
BUSINESS FOR
sale. Greal location
on Siewan St. Thrih
store Very low
lease payment. Must
sell due to illness.
Over 2100 sq ft of
Inventory $8,000
Firm Shop 626-3836
Home 626-6149.
CONSIGNMENT
SHOP inventory for
sale. New and used
clothing, new home
decor, formal,
women to baby
clothing, shelves, la.
bles and snow case
all for sale, Must
see. $16,000 Call
Diane 994-0209.
INTERNATIONAL
INVESTMENT bank-
ing firm has middle
market business for
sale. If Interested in
buying or selling a
business, call
(877)217-8231.
PRIVATE MONEY
available easy quali-
fying, rapid funding,
flexible terms on Re-
al Estate Secured
Properties Mccall
Mortgage Company
19541578-7735
1866)895-4502
www.mccallmonga-
gel[c.com.r
315
Business Services
ABOVE &1 Beyond,
Tree Service. Li-
censed and Insured.
Free Estimates. Ke-
yvin Frey |8501 983-
7820. Call us .or
pay'more!
ARTIE KELLER
STUCCO. Licensed
and Insured Con-


ventional and Syn-
thetic Systems. No
job to big nor to
small. Call 698-8327
Sor 626-9164


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 Bus;ness
Service Directory
ALLEN SERVICES
of NWF, Inc.
"All your site work
needs"
"Land clearing
*Dirt Hauling
*Erosion Control
"Sodaing
*Seeding &Mulching
-Demolition
SCall 850-983-9979
Drivers needed
ANN BARNHILL
TRUCKING Dirt
Work, Asphall,
Limestone Rock,
Driveways. Call for
price, (8501 623-
3461 (850) ."232-
0670. Free Esti-
mates!
ARRESTED OR In-
jured need a law-
yer' All criminal de-
fense and personal
injury "Felonies
Misdemenors "DUI
'Domestic Violence
*Traffic *Auto Accl-
dent : Wrongful
Death. "Protect Your
Rights" A-A-A Attor-
ney Referral Service
(800)733-8342.
AXR'S TREE Ser-
ice Tree Trimming,
Spealpllzing In Den-
' groups Tree Take-
down We also do
fenclngl Licensed &
Insured. Locally
Owned. Senior Citi-
zens & Military Dis-
counts. Charlie Inge
Office 850-995-4930
or Cell 850-490-
0508
B & B Home Im-
provements and Vi-
nyl Siding. 25 Years
Experience. Free
Estimates. Licensed
and insured. 850-
981-3936, anytime.
CAN'T AFFORD
tree cutters? I will
cut yours for $1,00 or
less Elderly wel-
come. Retired Chris-'
tian man. 626-8130
COBBS TREE serv-
ice. Locally owned,
free estimates, 25-
years, experience.
Licensed and insur-
ed.: Lic. #
9840045180
Call (850) 449-5243
FIRST CLASS
SHome Repair. Roof
repair, painting,
pressure washing,


also mobile home
repair. Over 50
years experience.
Free Estimates. Call
Robert al 981-8257.


.315
Business Services

CURTIS PENTON
Farms. Fresh
Squash,
Cucumbers,
Tomatoes, Peas,
Corn and
Watermelon.
Hwy. 87 North,
Berrydale
Santa Rosa Fresh'
See our ad in the
Business
Service Directory.

D&D REMODELING
INC. General Con-
tractor All Types
-Home Maintenance;
Roofs to Floors,
Renovations, Decks,
Tile. Plumbing, Etc.
Evictions, Move'-
, Outs, Construction
Cleaning, Pressure
Washing. Painting.
Tree work,: & Etc.
Locally' owned.
FREE ESTIMATES.
Lic.#4710-0037952
CELLe261-1173
CELL#261-3598
DAY BY Day Quality
Fencing. Compeli-
live pricing for all of
your fencing needs.
Locally licensed,
owned. and operat-
ed. We look forward
to your call. New
fencing or repairs.
Call 850-529-3546.
DELIVERY SERV-
ICES- small or large
loads, local or long
distance according
to your needs. Call
623-8875.
DIRT C-HEEP
Cleaning Selrvice.
We fuinish supplies,
senior discount witn
ad, Homes, condos,
offices. Call 384.
2388
DIVORCE -$1-
S350"COVERS cnil-
dren, etc. Only one
signature requlredl
"Excludes govt.
fees Call weekdays
(800)462-2000, ext
600. (8am-7pm) Di-
vorce Tech. Estab-
lished 1977.
DIXON TREES
For Complete Tree
Service including
hazardous tree re-
moval. Call 850-390-
5308 for Dixon
Trees. Local Li-
censed & Insured.
competitive rates
and senior discount.
DOUBLE "B" Land
Clearing. 'Backhoe
Work. Licensed and
Insured. Bryen Bal-
lard. (850)994-5740
or 1850)232-1581.
LOCAL, RELIABLE
& AFFORDABLE.
RJ&T Tree Services,
Roofing, Fencing &
Stumps. Licensed &
locally owned Busi-
ness. 850-983-9975
office, 850-225-0599


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cell u850-529-0005.
'Ask for Ron' or Tamr
my. Free estimates
on every job, so give'
us a call, thanks.


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315
Business Services

EXACT DRYWALL.
Licensed & Insured.
Locally owned & Op-
erated, reasonable
prices. All Phases of
Drywalling, Any Tex-
ture, NO MONEY
DOWN, references
available. Member
of the Santa Rosa
Chamber of Com-
merce. Roger Tootle
HM: 850-994-
6713, Cell:
850-501-0519

GENERAL MAIN-
TENANCE. No Job
Too Small. Roof Re-
pair. Concrete Re-
pair. Licensed & Lo-
cal. All Work Guar-
anteed! Call Anytime
7am-9pm. 850-777-
9674.
GROVER TREE
Service. Tree re-
moval and trimming,
specialist in. Live
Oak pruning. Free
estimates, will travel.
insured'- .and l'i-
censed. Call Spuggy1
698-9243 or the'of-
lice 698-7828.
HUSEBY FLOOR
covenng. Installing
Hardwood & Lami-
nate Flooring, sand
and refinishing. Rea-
sonable Rates. Li-
censed & Insured.
Call for quote 850-
994-7561 or 490-
0404,.
J NATIONAL Con-
tractors,. Shingle
roofing, licensed anid
Insured, free esrtl-
mates, Call Royce
Schnelder (850)6238
20933
www,jnatlonal.com.
JAKE'S STUMP
Grinding, No truck in
yard. Will go through
36" gate, self propel-
led. 850-313-9904.

LAMINATE,
CERAMIC
AND WOOD
PERGO
ENDORSED
INSTALLER
Offering economical
elegance installing
all name brand
laminates, wood
and ceramic to
private individuals
and dedicated
professional.
renovators.
Call Robert,
255-8414
or 995-7705.

LAND CLEARING/
Dozer/Tractor work
Specializing in col-
vert' installation &
SDriveways. Leveling,
root raking, bushog-
ging, disking. Equip-
ment and material
transport available.
By the.Job or by the


hour. Call tor esti-
mates. Call. Billy
Rogers. 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.
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.'

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 iob too small.


Quality work at
affordable prices.
994-0897.


315
Business Services

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.

NEW HOPE PA NT-'
ING & WALLPA-
IERING *Drywall
repairs & patchwork
*Pressure cleaning
(homes, decks, pa-
tios, driveways &
sidewalks) *Car en-
tryi work (crown
molding, pane ing,
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

III :lI flit: I l] lif.R
DiLonr e'lt. .Aduprioa 'li)
Nadm Change '5
FREE ping, Call for
\u',rkshri i85111 4.34-75
I 18511 SL
(I blk.N.l 1 Flra Ma kts l

S & L Fencing- All
types of fences, new
and, repair. Special-
Izing In custom pri-
vacy fence. Free es-
timates. Free Tear-
down. Open 7 days
a week 850-572-
1390 or 850-572-
1428.


O8RENSEN'S
REMODELING
Specialist. Home
repairs,
remodeling, tile,
wall texturing,
painting Inter or
and exterior,
wallpaper and
removal, kitchens
and baths,
cabinet refacing.
12 years
experience,
Licensed an i
Insured, Deal
directly with
owner.
Call Jon
637-7044.

Look for my ad in
the Business
Service
Directory

STUMP-EASE
STUMP Grinding.
Most removals
$35.00. Discount for
multiply removals.
Backyard Accessible
Licensed & Insured.
Local Contractor.
Retired USN. 232-
-8746.

TNTCARPORTS
R.V. & Boat covers


Buildings,
Garages.
Portable Sheds
CARPORTS
-Single $595
Double $695
12 X41-$1295
24 X 31 $1960
Galvanized Steel
Many sizes/colors.
Financing Available
Free delivery & se-up
(850)983-2296 or
Pager 505-1867

TREES AND Roofs.
Professional tree ex-
perts, roof caver
ups, carpentry, ocal
in business .40
years, insurance
and license nurrber:
RC0066546. Call
850-862-0383 or
850-865-2000

320
Child Care

REGISTERED
HOME in Milton has
2 openings for an in-
fant through 2 years.-
I also have open ngs
for after school.
Mon.-Fri. 7:00an to
5:30pm. 6 1/2 years
experience, referen-
ces available. Regis-
tration #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*****_20051
Never Repay! For
personal bills,
school, new busi-
ness. $49 BILLION
Left unclaimed from
2004. Live Opera-
tors! (800)856-9591
EXT #113.

$50,000 FREE Cash
Grants*****_20051
Never Repay! For
personal bills,
school, new busi-
ness. $49 BILLION
Left unclaimed from
2004. Live Opera-
tors! (800)606-6081
EXT #75.
****$500-
$100,000++ FREE
Cash Grants! 2005I
Nevei repay! Per-
sonal/medical bills,
school, new busi-
ness- home. As
seen on T.V. NO
CREDIT CHECK
Live operators!
(800)270-1213
ext.95.
CASH FOR your ac-
oldentl Injured In an
accident? Lawsuit
pending? Need cash
Now? We provide
cash advances for
personal Injury
claims, Finanolal re-
lefl Toll-free
(888)375-0865 '-or
(727)375-056i.

CREiDIT CARi:
bills? Consolidate
today Get out of
.debt fast. One low
monthly payment.
Cut Interest. Stop
harassment.
www.lhavetoomany-
bllls.com Since
19911 (800)881-
5853 x 17.
FREE $$ CASH $$
GRANTSI For 2005.'
Never repay. For
personal bills Home,
buying! School New
Business $5,000-,
$500,000. Live oper-
ators! (800)860-
2187 Ext #116.

340
Home Repair '

LAYTON AND Sons
General Handyman,
'Services. Interior'
and Exterior Remod-
eling, Vinyl Siding &
Soffits, Fences, Car-'
ports, Pole-Bams,
Decks, Roof Repair.
994-7570. Cell: 850-
225-5377 or 850-'
225-9817.


Lawn Care

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

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

350
Senior Care


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


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355
Sewing &
Alterations
JOANNE'S ALTER-
ATIONS fast profes-
sional service. .20
years experience,
will pick up and de-
liver with a $20 or-
der and small serv-
ice charge. Pace
and Milton area on-
ly. Call 626-0735 or
261-6853.

360
Miscellaneous
ABSOLUTELY NO
Cost to you!l New
power wheelchairs
and scooters. Call
toll free (800)843-
9199,- 24 hours a
day to see if you
qualify..
Debbie Davis
EARN DEGREE on-
line from home.
'Business, 'Para-
legal, "Computers.
Job Placement As-
sistance. Computer
& Financial, aid if
qualify. (866)858-
2121www tidewater-
techonline.com.


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402
Apartments
CONDO FOR Rent.
2811 Langley Ave.,
Pensacola. 2bd/1 ba,
laundry room, great
location near airport,
PJC & mall. No pets.
$800 month $800.
deposit. 626-7125. If
no answer, leave
message.

MILTON/AVALON
2BD/1 BA, CH/A,
dishwasher, fire-
place, water & gar-
bage included, very.
nice. $575 month
$575 deposit. 1 year
ease required, no
pets. 623-497,6 or
255-5819
SMALL 'EFFICIEN-
,Y apartment, clean
and quiet, all utilities'
furnished. no pets
$500monlh/ $400
deposit. Pace. Call
'995-1717 or 748-
0119.

406
Homes
'FOR RENT 2 br
house with family,
,room.- Total electric
,3 miles from million.
,$700 Call 626-8973.
:LARGE COUNTRY
,home, 7 miles N of
.Whiting Field's Hwy
'87 entrance.-
,4bd/2ba, formal liv-
ing/dining room,
,den/study, eat-in-
kitchen, CH/A. No
*smoking/pels.,
:1stlast months rent
:required. $795,
'month. $500 deoos-


S it. 995-0500/995-
S8282.
-MOTHER AND 15
,yr old daughter and
twbo family, pets,'
.wants to rent- a
home in Pace/Milton
area. 2 or 3 bed. or
duplex. Willing to
pay pet deposit.
.Needs to move by
. Sept. 1si. Call 626-
*4854 or 850-202-
0654.
SNICE 3/2, carport,
fenced yard,
*$750mo/ $750dep.
No pets. Call for ap-
Spointment to view.
850-682-8369. The
'House Agency
OUTDOOR PARA-
* DISE! 3/2 complete-
ly furnished. Wrap-
around deck.1/8
mile from' Blackwa-
ter and Yellow River
boat launches.
'$1250 month plus
deposit, no pets, 1-6
;,month lease. 8175
Couey Rd. Milton..
Call (662)397-6292.

408
Land

LAND FOR SALE
Refer to
Classification,
#510


BEST DEAL
IN PACE!
3bd/2ba,
fireplace, new roof,
: huge pool,
hoi tub on sundeck,
great neighborhood.
1648sqft.
Asking $162,500.
Call 994-9623
or 393-49883

BY OWNER/
AGENT 3bd/2ba.
Lakefront. The
Moors Golf & Rac-
quet Club.
$239,900. 380-
3660..

COUNTRY
LIVING!!
Lovely home on
2.3 acres
North of Milton.
All Brick home'
with side entry
garage.
3 bedroom/2 bath
home with fireplace.
Call for more
information.
Deck Really, Inc.
850-626-0711'.

FOR SALE by own-
er. Brick/ Vinyl
3br/2ba in Chahtilly.
.Woods, Milmon. 2 car
garage, CH/A, 1/4
acre lot, all electric,
new flooring and in-
terior paint, new re-
frigerator, stove, and
dishwasher.
$165,000 Call
(850)261-5053 or
(850)995-0124.
Garson. Point exit
22 S. Custom built
brick home 3br/2ba
2,428 sq. ft. with,
separate finished
guest house 864sq.
ft. on 1.3 acre lot.
Split floor plan with
master suite. Gar-
den,' jacuzzi tub, se-
curity system, handi-
cap accessible
doors, andiso much
more. $375,500 Call
850-572-5082.


408
Land

LOT OR space for
R.V. or Travel Trail-
er for rent. Water,
sewer & electric
available. 850-537-
6222 or 850-499-.
7412.

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

410
Mobile Homes

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

2BD/2BA, TOTAL
Electric. Eastgate
Mobile Home
Ranch. 626-8973.-

414
Roommates
Wanted

MATURE FEMALE
to share home. 3br/
'1.5ba. Pace area.
All utilities included
with laundry and
kitchen privileges
$500. Call 384-9088
(leave message)






506
Homes

ABSOLUTE ES-
TATE auction! 11am
Sat. Aug 13 373
Halifax Dr. Ormond
Beach, FL. 1/2 mile
to beaches. 3/ 2.5
home, great loca-
tion, 1972-t -sf living
area, -Antiques, Fur-
nishings, China, Pic-
tures, Lawn Equip.
Preview: Sat, 8/6, 1-
5pm. 1800)257-4161
www higgenboiham.
com Higgenboinam
Auctioneers ME Hig-
genbotham, CAI FL
Lic #AU305-AB158.


exl 8 tor details.


510
Land

ATTENTION IN-
VESTORS: Water-
front lots in the Foot-
hills of NC. Deep
water lake With 90
miles of shoreline.
20%. predevelop-
ment discounts and
90%, financing. NO
PAYMENTS for 1
year. Call now for
best selection
www.nclakefrontpro-
perties.com
(800)709-.LAKE

GEORGIA COAST-
Large wooded ac-'
cess, marshfront
and golf course
,homesites. Gated
with tennis, kayak-
ing, and canoeing.
Limited availability-
mid $70's and up.
Call today (877)266-
7376. ,

LAND FOR RENT
Refer to
Classification
#408

-NORTH CAROLINA'
cool' mountain air,
views' streams
homes, cabins acre-,
age FREE BRO-
CHURE MOUNTAIN
PROPERTY
(800)642-5333. Re-
alty-of Murphy 317
Peachtree St. Mur-
phy, N.C. 28906.,
www.realtyofmur-
phy.com.


506
Homes


HOME IN PACE!!
3 bed/2 bath home
with tile through out.
1400 sq feet with
screened patio
and an outside
workshop.
$129,900.
Call Deck Really,
Inc. 850-626-0711.

MILTON
LEASE/PURCHASE
real nice "00 Dou-
blewide. 3'2 huge lot
$2,400 down, $850
monthly reni, $200
of which is credited
towards purchase.
Great location. Call
-850-221-5307 Ar-
nold Properties.

NICE 2004 house
for sale. Milton,
3br/2ba. 6629
Woodbrook Ct.
Close to 1-10 and
Garson Point
$165,000. Call 675-
6182 or 982-1600.

*Spacious home
on protected,
waters in Milton
with inground
pool and spa.
Convenient
to bases.
Lots of extras.

*SOUTHERN
charmer in
waterfront com-
munity. 2,800+sq.
ft. plus a guest
house. Time to,
pick carpet and
appliances..
$420,000

Nancy Brown
Coldwell Banker'
JME Realty
485-4921

WILL BUY your
house for cash and
close ASAP. Serious
.nquiries only
ShellyGot4 .' net-
zero.com, 983-2288
or 449-3913.

510
Land
10.7 ACRES open
.and $7.500 per acre
if total acreage pur-
chase. 5 35 acres at
$8,500.' per acre.
Owner financing
possible. Nowling
Rd; Souih of Jay off'
'Hwy 89. Call 850-
675-3007.

14 ACRES 'with
creek on .Quintette
Rd. will divide. Own-
er financing $35,500
acre. Call 994-6917
TENNESSEE NEW
waterfront property'
from $19,900! Wa-
terview property
from $9,9001 Water-
front lot and -cabin
Packages $59,900!
Call (8661770-5263


514
Vacation & Re

NEW RELE
20%. discount
Reservation Ho
only. Coastal
.gia Gated Deep
ter Access. Woc
Lagoon and
Course home
Call for. reserve
information ,
1877)266-7376.





560
Land

BEAUTIFUL
NORTH 'Car
Escape the. he
the cool wester
mountains.- Ho
cabins, acreage
investments. C
kee Mountain R
GMAC Real Es
Murphy. cherc
mountainrealty.x
Call for- Free
chure. (800
5868

EAST ALAB
Mountain Pro
for sale, one
West of Atilant
Piedmont. AL (
for enjoyment
vestment 15-a
$54,250. 512-a
$1,485. More
mation Call -
McCurdy (256
8001.

LAKEVIEW M(
TAIN property-
.Acres $57
Spectacular pro
offering breath
lake and mou
views. Locaied
minutes from
ena, Moniana
Canyon Ferry I
Soils tested, uil
ready to build
Call owner
(888)770-2240.





704


512 Lives
Mobile Homes 11YO .

MOBILE HOME 'for Mare Spe
sale by owner. 1990 horse. 15
Marshall Modular on
0.31 acres, Navarre. $1,200 0
2bd/2ba, 6744 Dee- 994-1443


na Ln., new applian-
ces, carpel, water
heater and paint.
$69,900. Open
House Wednesday
'& Saturday. Call
850-529-2530 or
850-981-1065.

PACE 3BR/2BA
1997 Palm Harbor
beautiful doublewide
on quiet cul-de-sac
$79,900 Call 623-
8628 or 850-516-


7166.


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704

sort Livestock
EASE
Sfor PENTON'S FARM
)lders Supply
Geor- (Allentown)
Wa- Farm Supply
oded, Bulk Corn & Oats
Golf HMIC Feed & others
sites. Gates, Post, &
ration Fencing
Tues-Sat 8ari-5pm
623-0442


706
Livestock Supplies


HAY
FOR SALE
Coastal Hay. 623-
olina. 6769 or 336-2267.
.at in
n NC
times, 708
;e & Pets
hero-
lealty BOSTON TERRIER
state, puppies ,for sale
okee- $375. Call 623-3339
om. .
Bro- FREE KITTENS to
)841- good home. 1 male
tiger, 1 female calico
and Free German
AMA Sheperd mix puppy,
)perty male, very cute. Call
hour 981-2613 or 623-
ta in, 0961... .. '
Great
or in-. PUPPIES. RED
cres- nose pit mix with 1st
icres- shots, 5 males, 3 fe-
,infor- males, ready Aug
Gary 31st. Come early to
239- see them. Also pay.
up front to hold your
choice $35. Call
OUN- 850-313-1228.
3.13 WHITE ENGLISH
',990. male puppy, 3
pe'rty months old. Free to
asking a good loving home.
rlairi Call 304-1720.
d 20 712
Hei- Lost & Found
al PETS
Lake. FOUND ONE-EYED
hles. .Orange cat on Ber-
1 on. ryhill Rd. Call .981-
at 6312.

FOUND: MALE.
* w-,hile wolf on San
Miquel Ave in Ava-.
ion Beach Please
call to idenlify. 995-
4165.
LOST BEAGLES in
BIAN East Milton area.
Right aher Dennis.
event near the end of July.
Sorrel 1 male. 1 female.
Cl Please call with any
Call mformalion 626-
2428 or 516-7983.


1 .1040 a.fts. t Sq.4 .f.


Price
67,800
70,600,
78,100
83,000
83,900
86,800
87,600
90.600
98,100
91,200
95,000
97,300
101,300
101,700
116,600
108,400
131,300
126,300
155,000
117,600
135,800


712
Lost & Found
PETS


LOST 5 year old
male Apricot
Poodle. Freshly
trimmed, blue
collar with star
rabies tag and little
bell. Missing since
8/8 around 2pm on
Elvis Presley Ln.,
East Milton.
Reward offered
Call 623-9680 or
516-1575.

LOST CAT. Male,
blue eyes, Siamese
mix, no tail; Milton
High school area.
Call 623-3519.

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


804
Apparel

HARLEY JACKET.
Ladies, size small,
leather. Excellent
condition. $250..Call
623-2120 M-F, 8-5
or 626-1214 after
5pm. Ask for Tracey.


804
Apparel


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


806
Appliances
FOR SALE: Com-
mercial 3-door glass
freezer .& 2 door
glass refrigerator.
$3,500 freezer
$2,250 fridge. Call
981-2681.,

SIDE BY Side refrig-
erator, ice maker, al-
mond in color, good
condition. .Asking.
$200. 7000 BTU air
condition with heat-
er, paid $800, ask-
ing $300. Call 626-
7841- or Cell 313-
1757.

814
Furniture
COUCH, FLORAL
Print. $60. Call 626-
9049.

FIRE TRUCK tod-
dler bed for sale $60
obo. Good,
condition.
Call after 5pm 626-
3699.
FORMAL LIVING
room ,rr urniture
Couch, love seat, 2
end tables, coffee
table, and ottoman.
'Queen Ann Style
$450. Call 675-3075
SOLID OAK dining
table with 4 match--
ing arm chairs.
Chairs have detailed
carving. In mint con-
dition. $295 ...Call
850-393-8942.


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Chadwick 2 1149
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Norwood 2 1341
Mayfair 2 1418
Diplomat 2 1510
Hampton 2 1525
Gemini 2. 1579
Inglewood 2 1586
Ambassador 2 1610
York 2 1622
Oxford 2 1713
S Lexington 2 1812
Lexington 4 BR 2 1812
Pinebrook (Signature Series)2 1833
Fleetwood 2 1949
Kingston (Signature Series) 2 2129
Executive 2 1/2 2215
Regency (Signature Series) 3 2495
2 Bedroom Duplex 2 (1 each unit) 1740
3 Bedroom Duplex 4 (2 each-unit) 2062


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400+ CLEAR glass'
plates 7 1/2 in. 50?
cents each. Call-
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CIAL air compressor,
5 HP 220 volt, 2;2
stage pump,, 80 gal,'
tank, nice condition,;
$350. Curtis single,
stage compressor.'
220 volt, 50 gal4
tank,
runs good $200. Call":
994-7539. .
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Product Approved,,
30X40, 40X60, -
40X100. Limited Of-X?
fer (800)300-2470,1
Ext 4 allbldg.com. '
FOR SALE. All pri-1
ces firm. Graco met-'
al frame crib/ toddler,
bed, needs mattress'
$50 good condition.
5 speed Roadmas-
ter bicycle, goodi11
condition $70. Cig-^
nal adult trike, like;
new $300. If inter-,
ested call 623-8409^
between 6-9 ,p.m.:I
Ask for donna. A

FREE DIRECTVW
satellite, -4 rooms.,
Free TiVo/ DVR.1
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Channels + locals,4
$29.99/ month. FirstS
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polarized Git-Er-<,,
Done lighters, Chop-'
per hats. Killer.
deals. ,J come 4to,
you' Call 982-7355."
Also Scuppernonge.
grapes $225 It.. 1.
pick, I can, deliver.,-
Call 623-6351 '
METAL ROOFING
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Rebate:............. -$1,500
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MSRP:................. $30,673 L-
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Centipede-
St. Augutstixie
Farm Direct ,
We Deliver
434-0066
NEW HOT tub, 4
seats, 2 loungers.
Can deliver. $1500,
unused. Call 501-
0270.
REBUILD YOUR
barn or building. 34
heavy steel 46ft
Trusses, commercial
grade $250 each. 23
heavy" steel 26ft
Trusses $175 each..
Call 623-9623.


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Miscellaneous
For Sale
SALTER'S FARM
.Market. Notice to
our customers: Salt-
ers Farm Market is
now also located at
,the Pea Ridge Flea
Market on Hwy 90 in
Pace. For several
years we parked
and sold our sea-
sonal and Santa Ro-
sa, homegrown
produce across from
the old Grandma's
restaurant in Milton
known 'as the Bob
Jernigan properties
on U.S. 90. We now
invite you to shop
with' us at the farm.
8855 Chumuckla
Hwy. 994-4734.
832
Miscellaneous
Wanted
GLASS CRAFTER
needs empty glass
soft drink bottles, (all
Kindss. Not necessa-
rily : collectors edi-
tions. Will pick .up.
983-8042.
WANTED MORE'S
Paying up to $10 a
case for MRE's.'Will
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Miscellaneous
Wanted
NEEDED A.S.A.P
bedroom/ bath/ ca-
ble by 71 year old
on Social Security
with Bone Marrow
Cancer. Must be
very reasonable
please. Call cell#
850-450-8553.
PAY CASH for junk
cars or trucks. Run-
ning or not. Call
983-9527
834
Lost & Found
MERCHANDISE
ABANDONED CAR
found at Holiday Inn
in Pensacola. Aban-
doned since Ivan.
1995 Town and
Country Chrysler
Van. Would owner
please contact Ron
or Tammy at 983-
9975.


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PONTIAC GRAND
PRIX GT 2004, all
power, blz ck with
tinted windows,
hood scoop, 20"
chrome ri ns, low
miles, exce lent con-
dition, $15,000. Call
850-255-9293.

905
Boats
17FT PRO-SPORT
1992 modEl. Center
'console, liig tower,
GPS, sat water
depth finder, and
trolling motor, 90
HP, force motor
$5,500. Call 850-
626-4480 or 850-
712-1265.
912
Motor Homes
34FT HU IRICANE
class A MH. 2000
model, 2 AC's, duct-
ed, automatic level-
ers, gen. heated
holding tanks, low
mileage, $29,995
NADA $34,190. Call
850-626-4480, or
850-712-1p65.

MOUNTAIN EER
5TH Wheel, 2004,
31ft. R.K. 2 slides,
queen bed, many
extras. $31,800.
850-981-5462.
OLDER ,MODEL
motor horre for sale
$3000.00. Made for
handicap, 'lift, wide
isle, nand cap bath-.
room, but it does I
have to be used for
handicap. Great for
hunters or fisher-
men. Self contained.
Great shape me-
chanically. About fif-
ty five thousand
miles. 850-477-
3040.
TOYOTA 6 cylinder
automatic Winneba-
go Warr,)r. 1991,
loaded, rew tires,
new bra'.es, very
good condition. Ask-
ing $11,500. Call
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Recreational
1989 GLASS-
TREAM 15 1/2' bass
boat. Good
condition
$2,500. R.V. tort. ;
bar with clamps and
ball portion $50.00.
Call 623-5848. '
916
Sport Utility b
Vehicles
1999 MERCEDES
ML-320. Immacu-
late. Every factory
option including
stainless steel chin
guard and running
boards. All service ,
by the dealer. Al-
ways garaged. Sil-
ver. 73,000 miles..,
$14,100. Call 850-,A
626-0936 or 850-.;
712-2927.
2002 SXT Durango, '
maroon, has 55,000
miles asking $14,00
Call 623-1939
918
Trucks
1999 DODGE Pick-
up Quad-Cab,
Am/Fm/Cass, A/C-
Auto transmission,
, tool box. Retail
$12,275, asking
$9,000. 623-4485. -
91' CHEVY S-10,
4.3 Liter, V-6.:
$2,500. 994-7286 .
920
Vans
97 CHEVY G-10
custom van for sale,
cold A/C, wheelchair
accessible, 93k )
miles. Great condi-'.
tion. Must see. Ask- 4
ing $8,500 Call 983-..
0199. .

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Bermuda
Balled Pine Straw
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Call us last, Save Money
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Cars
$500 POLICE im-
pounds cars from
$5001 Tax repos, US
Marshall and IRS
sales' Cars. Trucks.
SUV's, Toyota's,
Honda's, Chevy's
and morel For list-
.rngs call (800)571-
0225 xC295
88 HONDA Prelude,
new engine, side
drah cars, needs
body work, has all'
parts for restoration.
$800 : OBO Must
sell. Call Jimmy
983-7504.

LOW RIDER
82' Cadillac.
Hydraulics, subs,
t.v.'s, rag sunroof,
- new paint.
S(Pearl White).
100.000 miles,
14" knock offs,
street charger.
Hops and turns
on three wheels.
$7,000 OBO
Call 626-5595
or 450-9201.


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