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Title: The Santa Rosa press gazette
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Publisher: Milton Newspapers, Inc.
Place of Publication: Milton Fla
Creation Date: November 16, 2005
Publication Date: 1984-
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Table of Contents
    Section A: Main
        A 1
        A 2
        A 3
        A 4
        A 5
        A 6
        A 7
        A 8
        A 9
        A 10
    Section A: Milton High Panthers
        A 11
    Section A: Main Continued
        A 12
    Section B: Sports
        B 1
        B 2
        B 3
        B 4
    Section B: Classifieds
        B 5
        B 6
        B 7
        B 8
        B 9
        B 10
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WEDNESDAY

November 16, 2005


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INSIDE


Roads to remain top priority

New Comnmission Chair set to make his mark on Santa Rosa County


B3 DEBORAH NELSON
Press Gazette Staff Writer


Santa Rosa's Board of
Commissioners conducted
annual passing-of-the-gavel
ceremonies last week, signify-
ing transfer of the Chair and
Vice Chair authority.


There was a lot of "horsing
around" this weekend as the
Blackwater Saddle Club held a
porse show and more.
Complete finishing are inside.
See SPORTS, Page 4B.


Outgoing Chair. District 4
Commissioner Gordon Goodin
handed oler the reins to incom-
ing Chair, District 3
Commissioner Bob Cole.
The Vice Chair spot now
falls to District 1 Commissioner
Tom Stewart.
Thi Chair sets Board agen-


da items, makes various com-
mittee assignments, and mant-
ages the course of public meet-
ings.
Cole thanked Goodin for
his friendship and leadership
over the past year. He empha-
sized that the Board's present
path is a, sound one and he plans


to continue in that direction.
"The current road the
Board is set upon will lead
Santa Rosa Counti to a bright
future:' he remarked.
Major concerns over the
next year, include roadway
needs, impact fee assessments,
and a possible one-cent sales


tax vote.
"I want to keep roads our
number-one priority," Cole
remarks.
The incoming Chairman
says he'll also make building a
new county courthouse cum
judicial complex\ a priority\ for
See CHAIR. Pag 3A.


Oak St.


to be

SSweet'


BRIEFLY


Residents
what's on


tell leaders
their minds


By DEBORAH NELSON
Press Gazette Staff Writer


Incoming Santa Rosa
Commission Chair and District
2 Commissioner Bob Cole held
town hall meetings. in East
Milton and Munson last week.
Munson residents,
Thursday night, told Cole
they're already paying enough
taxes.
Many hae already received
this year's rim notices, w which
show new assessed property
values, and li-her tax bills
Area assessed property val-
ues hate been increasing every
year, and some residents are
concerned associated tax
increases will, one day, price
'them out of the area.
S One resident told Cole his
assessment jumped 33 percent.
Santa Rosa's budget topped
$100 million this ear.
The subject of volunteer
fire departments also came up
at recent meetings.
*Departments have come,
under, recent...fire...for fiscal
accountability gaps.
Volunteer departments
receive MSBU tax money each
year. The countN audits them at
the end of the %ear. but officials
*say some expenses have been
undocumented.
Firetlghters Association
President E.erett Pfeifter says
qgencs personnel are currentlN
.undergoing budget training. to
sol e some of the accounting
issues.
Cole points out that an
o' erall lIck of volunteers con-
tributes to the problem.
Volunteers aren't just necessary
to put out tires, he notes-
.departments need help with
accounting arid office %ork. as
%% ell. "
"We can't just sit back and
beat these people about the
head and shoulders unless
we're willing to step in and lend
a hand." he obser'es.
Residents in both meetings
!emphasized a need for storm
shelter facilities.







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Firemen scramble at the Ashbury Suits and Inn on Highway 90 in Milton Monday. Crews, working to tar the structure's roof, got the
tar a little too hot, setting the roof on fire. Officials quickly determined the blaze was not as bad as originally thought.
Press Gazette photo by Bill Gamblin



Hot tar sets hotel roof on fire


By JEFF EVERTS
Press' Ga t:i SitaffWriti r
Milton Fire Department
crews were called to the
scene of a hotel fire Monday
afternoon.
The fire, at the Ashbury
Suites and Inn on Caroline
Street. \%as caused, officials
say, b\ tar. which was too
hot. being applied to the
roof of the building igniting
it.
A passing police officer:
saw flames coming from the
top of the building and
called for assistance from


the fire department.
Multiple fire units were dis-
patched to the scene, but most
were sent back to their station
before arriving when it was
determined the fire wasn't as
e\itensi\e as first feared.
According to Milton Fire
Chief John Reble. the fire
spread from the roof to the stuc-
co and melted a large amount of
St\ rofoam underneath before;
being extinguished.
"'When we arrived, the
workers had already p ut the
fire so we checked the open
areas for any smoldering, but
didn't find an\," Reble said.


"The fire melted the
Styrofoam for quite a distance,
from the starting point of the
fire."
Reble estimates the damage
to the building will run in the


neighborhood of $5,000 to
repair the roof, stucco, and
St) rofoam.
Story written 'by Jeff
Everin. Reach lhm at:.
evetrts @asrpressgazeue.c om


B3 DEBORAH NELSON
Prss CGa:.cti' StafflritI
Stop by Santa's Sweet Shop
at next month's Oak Street
Christmas .Fest, and pick up a
sack full of holiday confections
for the sweet tooth-courtesy
of area civic groups.
The Fest happens
December 9 to 11, in historic
downtown Milton.
Santa's candy store will
feature homemade sweets,.
cookbooks and other holiday
items for sale to hungry passers
by.
Santa's Sweet Shop will be
located inside the Clubhouse at
6863 Oak Street.
The Fest also features a
variety of art exhibits.
Various art exhibitions are
scheduled to set up inside and
outside the Clubhoutse, inside
St. Mary's Episcopal Church
Parish Hall, on the grounds and
in Oak Street.
Applications for fine arts
and fine crafts are still being
accepted for outdoor spaces.
Entry fee for the three days is
$50 and spaces are still avail-
able.
The Fest runs from 10 a.m.
to 4 p.m.' on Friday and
Saturday and from 11 a.m. to 4
p.m. on Sunday.
In addition to art and candy,
the event features crafts, food,
live entertainment and chil-
dren's activities.
Oak Street Christmas Fest
kicks off Thursday night,
December 8, at 6:30 p.m. with a
street concert.
For more information,
phone 850-623-9635 or email
Oak SAriSh,,'. r i aol con.


Deadline for entry is Dec. 2.
Revenues u ill go toward
continuing restoration and
maintenance of the historic
Clubhouse.
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Sheriff may assume GPS


monitoring of ankle bracelets


B3 JEFF EVERTS
Pt" Giatl(c ShIrf tItlif'e
Following the recent death
of a Milton woman ai the hands
of her estranged husband,
Sheriff Wendell Hall is consid-
ering taking a hands-on
approach to offenders fitted
Alth GPS monitoring de\ ices.
Hall would like to see the
Sheriff's Office take o\er the
monitoring of the de ices.
which is current\ being han-
dled b'. se eral outside agen-
cies.
Ro\ Thompson was \ear-
ing one of the de' ices. which
for some reason -\as not being
monitored. when he allegedly
broke into his wife's residence
and killed her before taking his
own life.
Thompson Was able to sit in
the residence for approximately
90 minutes before the crime


SHERIFF WENDELL HALL


without anyone at the monitor-
ing company responding to the
infraction, officials allege.
This, says Hall, is some-
thing that would never happen


If the Sheriff's Office were
doing the monitoring.
"We would connect it into
our communications center. If
something goes Wrong %with one
of these individuals, we have
deputies 24/7 to take care of the
situation," Hall sa3 s.
The possibility of letting
Hall take over the monitoring is
one of the top choices for Santa
Rosa County Probation
Director Bill Cleveland.
"The County always looks
for ways to do things better and
more efficiently. Cleveland
sa' s.
However, Cleveland is con-
sidering a \ariet\ of alterna-
tives. including letting the exist-
ing agencies continue doing the
monitoring, but under a differ-
ent set of rules.
Story written by Jeff
Everts. Reach him at:
jeverts@srpressgazette.com


Milton Mayor Guy Thompson accepts a check for $2,000 from Mario
Bantique of the Filipino-American Association. The money will be
'put toward the Hurricane Katrina recovery fund for the residents of
Waveland, Mississippi. The check was presented' at the City
Council's November meeting.


Press Gazette photo by Jeff Everts


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Wednesday November 16, 2005


Nov. 2 Nov. 8, 2005
Shores, Tonia Michelle;
Female; 28; 2292 Bud
Diamond Rd., Jay, FL; Failure
to Appear for Felony Offense.
11/2/05
Stephens, Nathan Garret;
Male; 25; 1089 Plymouth
Ridge Rd., Milton, FL;.Aggrav
Battery-Person Uses a Deadly
Weapon, Firing Weapon-
Discharge Firearm in Public,
Weapon Offense-Missile Into


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Dwelling Veh Bldg or Aircraft. While License Susp 2nd
11/2/05 Offense. 11/2/05
Stuller, Thomas Anthony; Buteau, Dewight Anthony:
Male; 41; 400 Navarre St, Gulf 12830 County Rd. 26, Foley,
Breeze, FL; Drive While Lic AL; Drugs-Possess Listed
Susp Habitual Offender. Chemical Wit Manufacture
11/2/05 Cntrl Substance. 11/2/05
Walders, Benjamin f" Canning. Ginny Marie;
McKinley; Male; 25; 6445 Female; 33; 4371 Trailer Park
Butternut, Milton, FL; Hit & Ct., Milton, FL; Failure to
Run-Fail to Stop Remain at Appear for Felony Offense.
Crash Involve Injury, Drive 11/3/05
'Hindall, William Keith;
.Male; '24; 5337 Cathy St.,
Milton, FL; Probation
Violation-Felony.
of g Phillips, Gary Savoy;
Male; 27; 7796 H.;,. 4, Jay,
FL; Aggr.iiated Baiier\ -Person
Uses a Deadly Weapon
(domestic violence). 11/3/05'
including zee purlins, cee Robinson, Terrance Dean;
ows, doors, and skylights. Male; 41; 4317 7 Ave., Pace,
I O. FL; Probation Violation-
4.O Felon I 1.3/M05
540 S Smithh Annette Pamela;
Female; 28; 12237 Magnolia
Springs Rd, Magnolia Springs,


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AL; Drugs-Possess Listed
Chemical Wit Manufacture
Cntrl Substance. 11/2/05
Smith, Frank David; Male;
39; 12237 Magnolia Springs
Rd, Magnolia Springs, AL;
Drugs-Possess Listed Chemical
Wit Manufacture Cntrl
Substance. 11/2/05
TayLor, Jason Mathew
Cline; Male; 34; 5317 Fairchild
Road, Crestview, FL; Hit &
Run-Fail to Stop Remain at
Crash Involve Injury, Attach
Registration License Plate Not,
Assigned, Operate Motor
Vehicle W/O Valid License,
Dnr\e While Lic Suspended 1st
Offense 11/3/05
Beach, Richard Lee; Male;
age 251; 5540 Forest Hills Ln,
Milton, FL DUI. 11/03/05
Wilhelm, Sher\ se: Female;,
44; 702 Poincijna Dr., Gulf
Breeze, FL; DUI. 11/2/05
Bennett, Wendy Sue;
Female; 37;, 10018 Bandara
Dr., Navarre, FL; Fraud-Utter
False Instrument. 11/4/05
Bowers, 'Anthony Thomas;
Male; 24; 4792 Keyser Ln,
Pace, FL; Aggrav, Stalking-
Follow Harass Threaten
W/Death of Injury. 11/6/05
Burge, Thomas Wayne;
Male; 36; 3108 Lynn Dr.,
Navarre, FL; Burglary of.
Structure Conveyance
Unarmed W/O Person Inside,
Larc-Theft is $300 or More But
Less Than $5,000. 11/4/05
Davis, Scotty Odell; Male;
33; 7201 Diana St., Milton, FL;
Probation Violation-Felony.
.11/5/05
Frost, Kathryn Jo; Female;
47; 1455 Acorn Ln, Pensacola,
FL; Failure to Appear for
Felony Offense. 11/4/05
Frye, Kenneth Eugene;
Male; 20; 4587 Mott Rd,
Milton, FL; Resist Officer-Flee
Elude LEO w/Lights Siren
Active, Marijuana Possess With
Intent to Sell Mfg or Deliver
Schedule I, Marijuana Possess
Not More Than 20 Grams,
Narcotic Equip-Possess And Or
Use. 11/4/05
Hardy, Gary Randall;
Male; 42; 4636 Bushnell St.,
Milton, FL; Probation
Violation-Felony. 11/5/05 -
JTeffcoat, Richard Carl;
Male; 35; 115 Bayou Landing,
'Santa ,los BeaOch, FL; Drive
on Permanently Revoked
Driver License. 11/6/05
McCallister, Corrie
Renee; Female; 33; 6611 Grace
St., Miltoin, FL; Burglary of


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Unoccupied Dwelling,
Unarmed, No Asslt/Batt.
11/4/05
Mills, Monique Melissa;
Female; 216 Hickery St., Ft.
Walton, FL; Probation
Violation-Felony. 11/4/05
Rivers, Carl James; Male;
36; 4716 Chumuckla Hwy.,
Pace, FL; Vehicular Theft
Giand 3rd Degree. 11/5/05
Ruiz, Franklin Buddy;
Male; 40; .2136 Nina St.,
Navarre, FL; Burglary of
Structure Conveyance
Unarmed W/O Person Inside,
Larc-Theft is $300 or More But
Less Than $5.000. 11/4/05
Shulich. Robert James;,
Male; 53; 1157 Park Lane, Gulf
Breeze, FL; Reckless Dri\ ing
1st Offense, Flee/Elude Police
Fail to Obey LEO Order to
Stop, Drive While License
Susp 1st Offense, Aggrav Asslt
W/Intent to Commit A felony;
Trespassing-Structure or
Conveyance, Resist Officer
Obstruct W/O Violence.
11/6/05
Strangeland, Marina Bree;
i Female; 23; 5308 Conecuh St.,
Milton, FL; Vehicular Theft
Grand 3rd Degree, Probation
Violation-Felony. 11/4/05
Cox, Cynthia Marie;
Female; 42 6640 Applegate St.,
Milton, FL; Escape. NDG
Douglas, Carlton Joseph;
Male; 25; 315 E Walnut St.,
Avon Park, FL; Sex Asslt-By
24 YOA Older Sex Batt Victim
16 or 17 YOA. 11/5/05
Morris, Marie Roberta:
Female; 30; 6302 Matador St.,
Milton, FL; Aggrav Battery -
Person Uses a Deadly Weapon
(domestic violence)., 11/4/05
Schmitz, Van William;
Male; 67; 4980 Stagecoach
Trail SE, Deming, NM;
Carrying Concealed Weapon-
Firearm, Aggrav Asslt On
Officer Firefighter EMT, Etc.
11/5/05
Slack., Sidney Marcellus;
Male; 26; 4531 School St.,
Milton, FL; Battery 2nd or
Subsequent Offense. 11/5/05
Stewart, Jerald Curtis;
Male; 21; 5542 Chipper Ln,
Pace, FL: Probation Violation-
Felony. 11/3/05
White, Jacob Henry; Male;
22; 5524 Glass Dr., Pensacola,
FL; Probation Violation-
Felon). 11/6/05
Tidwell, Stanley Brian;
1Male; 42; 3'09 Led Better,
Anniston, AL; DUI. 11/5/05
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Milton, FL; DUI. 11/6/05
Halls. Steven Keith; Male;
23; 4409 Woodville Rd.,
Milton, FL; DUI. 11/8/05
Kelly, Vivian Shurden;
Female; 52; 4373 Pine Villa
Cir., Pace, FL; DUI. 11/4/05
Porter, Brian Rommie:
Male; 21; 317 Sculps Hill
Road, Auburn, PA. DUI.
11/5/05.
Cannon, Marcus Lee;
Male; 38; 8025 Wells St.,
Senoia, GA; Failure to Register
Motor Vehicle,, Drugs-Possess
Methamphetamine, Marijuana"-
Possess Not More Than 20
Grams, Narcotic Equip-
Possess and or Use. 11/7/05
Caraway, Dawn Mar ie:
Female; 27; 5602 Cyanamid
Rd., Milton, FL; Failure, to
Appear for Felony Offense.
11/7/05
Ellioll. Courtney Leigh:
Female: 20; 6431 Bruce Ln,
Milton, FL; Cruelty Toward
Child at that Could Result in
Phys Mental Injury. 11/7/05
Fillingim, Aaron Thomas;
Male; 22; 6481 Bruce Ln,
Milton, FL; Cruelty Toward
Child at That Could Result ip
Phys Mental Injury. 11/7/05 *
Washbutr, Christian
Dale; Male; 34; 5 Marshall Rd,
Nicholson, MS; Fail to register
to Motor Vehicle, Carrying a
Concealed Weapon-Firearnm,
Possess of Weapon (Or Ammo
by Convicted Fla. Felon.
11/7/05
Gilbert, Heather; Female;
26; 5262 Richardson St:,
Milton, FL; Failure to Appear
for Felony Offense. 11/7/05
Martin, Gregory Lede;
Male; 45; 3090 Highway 4,
Jay, FL; Drive While Lic Susp
Habitual Offender. 11/7/05
Riker, Scott Allen; Male;
37; 4377 Burbank Dr., Milton,
FL; Failure- to Appear for
Felony Offense. 11/7/05
Baxley, Rhonda Michelle;
Female; 41; 2289 Chapperal
St., Navarre, FL; Driving
While License Suspended,
Revoked, Canceled, dr
Disqualified, Hit & Run Fail to
Stop Remain at Crash Involve
Injury. 11/8/05
Coward, Telena Evette;
Female; 33; 5898 Pendleton
Ct., Navarre, FL; Probation
Violation-Felony. 11 S '5
Davis, A ntonio Dewayne;
Male; 23; Pine v. ood' Place,
Milton, FL; Aggrav Assit
W/Deadly Weapon W/O Intent
to Kill (domestic violence) (2
cts.), Cruelty Toward Child
Abuse W/O Great Harni.
11/8/05
Eaddy, Dana Kimberly;
Female; 19; 6933 Blue Moon
Dr., Navarre, FL; Probation
Violation-Felony. 11/8/05
Lambdin III, Alfred Leo;
Male; .22; 6525 Brock Ave;.,
'Milton, FL; Battery-Felony
Battery Result From Bodily
Harm/Disability.
Smith, Alan Gregory;,
Male; 41; 5232 Nimitz Rd.,
Failure To Appear for Felony
Offense. 11/8/05
Weir, Gregory James;
Male; 40; 6337 Banyan Dr.,
Milton, FL; Public Order
Crimes-Criminal Attempt
solicit Conspire 3rd Degree
Felony, Larc-Grand of Firearnm.
11/8/05
Information provided by
Santa Rosa Sheriff's Office


Harold E. Barrett, 0.O., Family Practice, received a
Bachelor of Science Degree in Nursing from the University
of Florida in Gainesville, Florida, and completed an
Osteopathic Principles and Practice Undergraduate
Fellowship'at Nova Southeastern University of
Osteopathic Medicine in Fort Lauderdale, Florida.
Dr. Barrett graduated as a Doctor of Osteopathy from
Nova Southeastern University and recently finished the
Family Practice Residency Program at Westchester
General Hospital in Miami, Florida.
Dr. Barrett and his wife, Dee, live in the Milton area and


enjoy participating in church functions, swimming, water
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Dr. Barrett is accepting new patients at his office at the new
Avalon Medical Park, 4264 Avalon Boulevard,
Milton, Florida (850) 623-9654. Avalon Medical Park
is affiliated with Santa Rosa Medical Center.


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Preparing

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Preparing for the Dec 3 and 4
Blackwater Heritage Tour, mem-
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favors for each guest. Peggy
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Electric rates gc


Panhandle residents can
,expect their heating bills to be
higher this year. Officials with
Gulf Power say area electric
rates will increase by five per-
cent on January 1.
It's not good news for resi-
dents wrestling with gasoline
prices double what they were
this time last year, but Gulf
Power spokesmen say residents
can take some solace in the fact
that their rates will still be the
cheapest in the state. -
"The rising cost of fuel,"
says Gulf Power Spokeswoman
Lynn Erickson, "particularly
natural gas, is impacting Gulf
Power just like every other
company and resident. Fuel
.costs are a straight pass through
to the customer and as those
..costs go up and down, our
prices are adjusted."
Each year, the Florida
Public Service Commission
-adjusts electric rates to reflect
"die fluctuating costs of fuel
ised to generate electricity and-
the costs associated with meet-
ing environmental regulations.
This year, the Commission
-oa ed Gulf Power raising its
pnce for 1,000 kilowatt hours
by $4.57 (from $87.91 to
$92.48.)
Officials say the increase
'includes $2.55 for fuel and.
,$1.29 for environmental
improvements. The other 73
,cents, spokesmen say, represent
,a combination of-higher .state
gross receipt taxes and an


increase in the cost of buying
electricity from other utilities.
"These changes are simply
a matter of rising costs that we
incur, just like any other busi-
ness," Erickson says. "No one
likes an increase, but as all
energy prices are rising, we can
take some comfort in the fact


)ing up

that, we're seeing only 'a five
percent *increase while other
areas are seeing much higher
increases."
Tampa :electric will be rais-
ing its cost for 1,000 kilowatt
hours from $98.07 to $109.61.
Florida Power and Light will
increase to $108.61.


Chair


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the coming year.
"We need something that
will be a brick and mortar
reflection of this county's peo-.
ple," he said.,
Cole says he'll continue to
spotlight programs for .the
youth, elderly and disadvan-
taged, and encourage public
participation in government and
civic activities.
Instead of relying .on misin-
formation," he says, more peo-
ple should get involved in
what's going on.
"When you get involved
and participate in a program,
you understand its value," he
remarked. "We all have to step'
forward and take our place."
That includes volunteer fire
departments, who face serious
volunteer shortages in all areas
.of'operations.
"There's a lot of room out
there for people who don't want
to fight a fire.. .the more the bet-
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for assigning various commit-
tee areas, the incoming Board
Chair says he doesn't foresee
any major shakeups.
He's passing his spot as
Budget Chair on to District 1
Commissioner Tom Stewart,
currently Vice Chair. Cole says
there may be other minor shuf-
.flings as the new year com-
mences.
Commissioner Cole held
town hall meetings in East
Milton and Munson last week.
Residents discussed volun-
teer fire departments, area
parks, the need for storm shel-
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taxes. .
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By JEFF EVERTS
Press Gazette Staff Writer


The City of Milton and the
Santa Rosa County Chamber of
Commerce are in the final
stages of organizing the annual
Milton Christmas Parade.
This year's parade will take
place at 6:30 p.m. on Thursday,
December 1. '
The theme of the parade
will be "Remembering
Christmas from Our Youth."
The parade will take a
slightly different route this year
due to new Florida Department
of Transportation regulations.
Because of construction on
the I-10 bridge, the regulations
say Stewart Street and Highway
90 cannot be closed at the same
time.


Therefore, the parade will
now form at Milton High
School and travel south on
Stewart Street to Elva Street
(behind Burger King) where it
will disband.
Participants will have the
option of ending either at the
School Board Administrative
Complex parking lot or the
Regions Bank parking lot.
Participants are urged to
have their buses or parents meet
them at either of these lots.
Parade applications are
available at the Chamber office
at 5247 Stewart Street or on the
Chamber website at www.src-
chamber.com.
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PUBLIC INFORMATION MEETING

Resurfacing and Road Improvements to
SR 87 (Stewart Street) in Milton from
SR 10 (US 90) to King Middle School


Date:

Time:


Location: Milton Community Center
5629 Byrom Street, Milton

Presented by: Florida Dept. of Transportation
Genesis Group

The Florida Department of Transportation and the
consulting firm of Genesis Group will conduct an
informal public information meeting at the above
referenced date, time and location to discuss the
Resurfacing and Road Improvements to Stewart
Street in Milton.


The project consists-of milling and resurfacing of SR 87 (Stewart Street) from SR 10 (US 90) to King Middle
School, a distance of approximately 2 miles. Along with the milling and resurfacing of Stewart Street, the
existing signals at Berryhill Road will be updated and numerous stormwater inlets will be reconstructed.
Sidewalks and driveways will be upgraded, as needed, throughout the project limits to be in compliance with
current Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) criteria. New signing and pavement markings and other related
rehabilitation and safety improvements will also be employed along SR 87. Plans of the SR 87 Project will be
available at the meeting. The construction duration of the project will be approximately six (6) months
beginning in the fall of 2008.

This meeting will follow an "open house" format and consist of displays and drawings depicting the proposed
SR 87 improvements at its current stage of completion. Department representatives will be available to answer
questions. Comments are welcome and forms will be provided for your written comments. There will not be a
formal presentation or public testimony period.

All interested persons are encouraged to attend and participate. This meeting will be held in conformance with
the Americans with Disabilities Act. Persons requiring special accommodations under the Americans with
Disabilities Act (ADA) of 1990 should contact David Snyder with Genesis Group at (850) 224-4400 at least
seven (7) days before the meeting. If you have any questions about the meeting or the project, please feel free to
contact David Snyder or Mr. Tommie Speights, FDOT Public Information Director at (888) 638-0250, EXT.
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Stick to our guns
I We've pointed out numerous times the impor-
tance of Santa Rosa County residents educating
themselves about the plans their elected officials
have regarding the future of our cities, communi-
ties and neighborhoods.
By now, most of us should understand and
realize that the methods our local government have
used to handle growth issues in the past have failed
to address our very serious issues.
Past elected leadership in Santa Rosa County
seemingly turned a blind eye to adequately dealing
with growth.
The mistakes of the past are now haunting all
of us in one way or another, particularly as they
relate to transportation.
While property taxes maintain governmental
services, they can't, and won't, pay for the needs
associated with growth. .
Visionaries promote strategy and focused
planning that not only involve elected officials, but
concerned citizens.
We're now in the process of implementing
impact fees on new development and while we
support such a new revenue source, we can only
hope our elected county commissioners don't bow
to developers who want "special assessments"
(which charge new home buyers), in lieu of impact
fees, (which charge developers).
Bowing to developers, who simply want to
avoid paying for the problems they cause when
they construct their subdivisions on roads that
can't support them, may send the wrong message
to local taxpayers and voters.
The special assessment approach will impact
the homebuyer at the time of sale and thus allow
developers to skirt impact fees. altogether.
Commissioners, considering impact fees, are
taking steps to show their constituents they have
the leadership to come up with a revenue plan that
also includes the possibility of both a sales and
local option gasoline tax.
Next year, voters are expected to consider the
sales tax increase concept, but if they see these
elected officials meet the expectations of develop-
ers by shelving impact fees and adopting the spe-
cial assessment approach developers are wanting,
approving a sales tax or supporting a gas tax may
be in jeopardy.
There is absolutely no doubt developers have a
strong political voice in Santa Rosa County, but so
do the voters who, we feel, are smart enough to
know what their commissioners are doing.
This is certainly no time for game playing and
if these elected officials are really. serious about
doing something about our transportation prob-
lems as well as all the other problems being creat-
ed by growth, they must move forward despite the
political pressure.
Impact fees have been on the discussion table
for far too long for developers to sway these elect-
ed officials.
Making deals at this point will only discourage
voters from supporting new taxes that will directly
impact them.
If these new revenue steams are what our
elected officials want, then they must be totally
honest and forthright in their actions. There is
absolutely no room for deceptiveness or playing to
the whims of pressure groups.
The developers have had it their way long
enough. If a project is viable enough for a devel-
oper's attention, it. should be equally viable-even
with impact fees.


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Farm subsidies


FM: THOMAS ROWLEY
Dear Editor:
In preparation for the 2007 farm bill, the
Secretary of Agriculture and other officials in that fed-
eral department have already been to some 20 states
on a national listening tour offering citizens the
chance to comment on farm policy. That's all well and
good. The folks in Washington ought to listen to the
folks on the ground. But if history is any guide, one
important truth won't make that long obstacle-strewn
journey from the ear to the brain to the pen of policy-,
makers: Agricultural policy is not the same thing as
rural development policy.
Indeed, in, the 17 years that I've been tracking
rural policy, two things have remained absolutely con-
stant: 1), analyst after analyst making the case that
desirable as it is, helping farmers does not necessarily
help the rural economy and 2) policymaker after pol-
icymaker ignoring that case. I can't count the number
of times I've heard the refrain, "Give me ten-dollar-a-
bushel corn and I'll give you rural development."
Not surprisingly then, federal spending aimed at
rural America goes overwhelmingly into agricultural
payments. The last farm bill-ironically if not decep-
tively named the Farm Security and Rural Investment
Act of 2002-directed a whopping 82 percent of its
funds to farmers and a paltry 0.7 percent to rural
development initiatives. That farm bill, like others
before it, assumed that raising farm income would
promote rural economic growth. It, like previous farm
bills, was wrong.
Don't believe me? Ask the Kansas City Federal
Reserve Bank. According to a recent study by Mark
Drabenstott, Bank vice president and director of its
Center for the Study of Rural America, farm payments
fail to boost the rural economy in the counties most
dependent on them. The payments don't promote job
growth, prompt new business establishment or stem
population decline. Sometimes the payments even
hurt those counties. Twenty-one percent of the 783
counties dependent on farm payments lost jobs from
1992 to 2002. Nearly 60 percent lost population.
"In short," writes Drabenstott, "farm payments are
not yielding robust economic and population gains in
the counties where they should have the greatest
impact. If anything, the payments appear to be linked
with sub par economic and population growth. To be
sure, this quick comparison cannot answer whether
growth would have been weaker in the absence of the
payments. Still, farm payments appear to create
dependency on even more payments, not new engines
of growth."
Why?
According to Drabenstott, the payments promote
consolidation of farms by rewarding the low-cost pro-
duction of corn, cotton, rice, wheat and dairy. To pro-
duce these commodities at low cost, farmers have to
take advantage of economies of scale. They have to
get big or get out. That means fewer farms, which in
turn "means fewer jobs forall associated businesses-
from implement dealers to bankers."
In spite of all that, cutting commodity payments is
a tough sell in rural America. Folks there know that a
bird in the hand is worth two in the bush and that 82
percent is a whole heck'of a lot more than 0.7 percent.
They know too that money saved from cuts in com-
modity programs isn't going to end up in rural devel-
opment programs-non-farm rural interests just don't
have the political muscle to make that happen. As evi-
dence, a July poll conducted for the W.K. Kellogg
Foundation shows that nearly two-thirds of voters in
Iowa, Kansas and Minnesota oppose cuts to commod-:
ity subsidy programs. Interestingly enough, however,
they do support capping payments at $250,000 per
farm, perhaps in recognition of the destructive consol-
idating tendencies of larger subsidies. They also
oppose cuts in rural development, nutrition and con-
servation programs.
So, while the way to move money from' commod-
ity payments to rural development investments
remains unclear, it is now clear-if it hasn't been for
years-that the former are no substitute for the latter.
As Drabenstott puts it, "If sustaining rural economic
growth remains a.primary goal [of farm policy], then
new policy instruments must be found. Traditional
programs simply do not provide the economic lift that
farming regions need going' forward. While society
may continue to have a separate goal of lifting farm
income, funds spent there can no longer be expected
to spur broader growth in the rural economy."
Is anybody listening?

Big oil has a friend in Congress
FM: JILL LANCELOT
Dear Editor:
America has seen its fair share of tough times
these days: an ongoing war, a spate of devastating nat-


are no help

ural disasters, and a stumbling economy have all
weighed heavily on families this fall. But there's one
group of Americans who've weathered the storm
quite comfortably: top executives at big oil compa-
nies. With gasoline hovering, at $3 a gallon and home
heating oil prices expected to be the highest in recent
memory, Big Oil execs have all. the reason in the
world to kick back, snack on brie and drink a little
Chablis.
Since major energy companies are reaping record
profits, you might think that Congress would, for
once, stop trying to shovel tax dollars into Big Oil's
pockets. You'd be wrong. Lawmakers have been float-
ing a whole bunch of porky proposals for the oil and
gas industry in the past few weeks, huge boondoggles
that would cost taxpayers billions of dollars but do
nothing to lower the price at the pump. To lawmakers,
oil pork is like an itch they can't stop scratching, and
nothing seems to stop the craving.
The ink had not dried on the energy bill, one of
the biggest piles of pork ever to be enacted by the
Congress, when lawmakers began plotting an encore
performance. Buoyed by high gas prices in the wake
of Hurricane Katrina, House lawmakers thought that
they could use the public's outrage as a cover to pass
an "energy bill II" that would subsidize the oil indus-
try without actually dealing with high gas prices. So
they stitched together a smattering of discarded table
scraps from the last energy bill provisions so porky
and controversial that they couldn't pass the first time
- and gave the bill. a patriotic title: the "Gasoline for
America's Security Act."
But even a good name couldn't save this bill. It
barely squeaked through the House but only after
the House leadership held the vote open for 45 mrin-
utes while they arm-twisted reluctant Republicans to
vote for the measure. But this ugly cousin was
doomed in the Senate, which killed the bill when Sen.
Lincoln Chafee (R-RI) cast the deciding vote causing
it to fail in committee.
But don't think the giveaways are over. There are


more oil boondoggles on the horizon. A few weeks
ago, Rep. Phil English (R-PA) proposed a huge tax
break for oil and gas drillers. His bill would give ener-
gy companies a 100% deduction for new oil and gas
wells built before 2008.
All this federal largesse for Big Oil makes us
scratch our heads. It's not as if the industry needs the
money: oil companies are reaping record profits this
year, thanks to the high cost at the pump. In the third
quarter of 2005, ExxonMobil recorded the highest
quarterly profits in the history of commerce: they
raked in $9.92 billion, and are on pace to become the
biggest company in the world by year's end. The
other giants did just as well.
While oil execs have probably been jumping for
joy in the privacy of their own mansions, they've been
spending a lot of money trying to put on a more hum-
ble public face. Recently, ExxonMobil launched an
ad campaign to downplay their mind-boggling prof-
its, and the president of the American Petroleum
Institute told reporters that even if the oil industry
hasn't fared so badly, their profit margins "are half the
size of the returns of the financial and pharmaceuti-
cals." Give us a break.
Recently, lawmakers have responded to the
'national outrage by talking tough on gas prices.
Speaker of the House Dennis Hastert called on major
oil companies to chip in and help bring down prices
at the pump, and the Senate may finally take a good
look at price gouging. But that's all a bunch of hot air.
At the end of the day, lawmakers will weigh their
options and take the path of least resistance that leads
to the smoothest reelection.
At a time of record gas and energy prices, it is
unconscionable that we are not seeing more leader-
ship from our elected officials. Instead of dealing with
these bread and butter issues, Congress plays political
games while Americans pay with their pocketbooks.


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Santa Rosa...
Monday, 12:00 a.m.
Hi, I just want to know what
is going on. Why do we have to
build so many banks in the Milton
and Pace area? Do we have that
much money floating around
here? I think some of the people
building these banks should tear
down some of the old, ugly build-
ings and construct some afford-
able housing for those who have
nothing after Ivan. Come on, rich
people.

Sunday, 10:28 p.m.
I'm calling about the person
that called in about the invisible
ink in the classified. I'm sorry,
but I had to laugh. It is a shame,
but I have to admit, twice a week,
I look for my name. We just want
to win something. I look every
issue. I'm always a day late and a
dollar short.

Sunday, 4:55 p.m. ,
This is for Jake. I'm a
Republican because the
Democrats have proposed no real
solutions. They just want to dis-
pense our money to the poor. I
love Fox -News .and -Walter
Williams' column because they
speak the truth. 'We need tosup-
port our President. He, as
Commander in Chief, represents
our country. Best regards.

Saturday, 3:48 p.m.
Mr. Gamblin, I just read your
Saturday article. I guess I must re-
educate you. The reason you have
no referees at the girls' basketball
game is that many think they
can't play so they don't get good
ones. The girls in Santa Rosa
County are the only ones that
have gone to state and won the
championship. I don't think the
boys have ever done this well.
Thank you.

Thursday, 10:21 a.m.
I am a resident of Santa Rosa
County. I moved back here seven
years ago. I never thought Milton
would be a place with so many
drive-by shootings. You can't
hardly walk down some of the
streets because of people selling
drugs. The crack heads won't
move out of the way. I think law
enforcement should get together,
put a sub station on Byrom and
Mary Street. Something sure
needs to be done. Thank you.


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rsess Gazette Staff Writer
The City of Milton has pro-
'laimed this week American
Education Week--the National
Education Association and
Santa Rosa Professional
Educators are co-sponsoring
the commemoration.
"It's a great week for recog-
nizing public schools and
'American education as a
whole," SRPE President Bill
J Gandy notes.
A number of area graduates
reflected on their Santa Rosa
schooling experience for this
year's occasion.
Milton Mayor Guy
Thompson graduated from
Milton High in 1972.


roclaims week for education


"The years I spent in public
school in this county were very
memorable," he recalls.
"Sometimes, I wish I was still
back there."
Thompson's own children
are now matriculating Santa
Rosa Schools. Santa Rosa's
educational excellence, he
notes, hasn't changed.
"We've always historically
had a strong education system,"
he notes. "It's a tradition with
this county."
"I was very fortunate to
graduate from Jay High School
inta very nurturing environment
that enabled me to reach my full
potential," notes area physician
J.S. Michael Smith, in a note to
SRPE.
Area opthomologist


Gregory Heaton also graduated
from Jay High. In a similar let-
ter, he thanked Jay High and
Santa Rosa's School Board for
the experience.
"The education that I
received from Jay High School
prepared me for college and my
future career," he says.
Heaton says his Santa Rosa
education was, ultimately, what
led him back to the area after
college.
"(It) gave me ambition to,
give back to the community," he
writes, "from which I learned,
and inspired me to open a prac-
tice here."
Scott's Outdoor Sports
owner/operator Mike Scott
graduated from Jay in 1968. He
says his teachers made all the


Area event goes nationwide


in effort to prevent suicide


By DEBORAH NELSON
i;Press Gazette Staff Writer
S r. Suicide can be prevented.
That's the message organ-
j izers of a Saturday public
-iforum hope to pass along to sur-
f vivors, family members, and
; the general populace.
.-! The American Foundation
for Suicide Prevention's
(ASFP), 7th Annual National
Survivors of Suicide Day meet-
,ring will link participants from
,,over 100 U.S. cities and towns
7 together via satellite.
.: It happens at Sacred Heart
SHospital's Greenhut
Auditorium, 10 a.m. to 1:30
Y' p.m.
: The live, interactive broad-
cast will feature a panel of sur-
vivors, licensed counselors,
psychiatrists, AFSP staff and
,; board members.
Conference registration
;'begins at 10 a.m. The live
i -vbroadcast follows from 11 a.m.
) to 12:30 p.m.
S ,, Afterthe broadcast, a panel
-:of physicians, and .counselors
-,will, discuss. depression and
.anental well-being, including
h-,ohlistic approaches.
Local survivors of suicide
loss organized the conference to
help decrease the stigma .sur-
-,rounding suicide, according to
-.organizer Raela Villaneueva,
m ,who lost her own brother to sui-
'lcide.
S"Local survivors have
i;joined together to make this
eventt possible in our communi-
ty," Villanueva notes.
,' Suicide is the 11th leading
--!cause of death, in the United
.i;States claiming over 30,000
lives per year, 'according to
organizers.
It's the 3rd leading cause of

,,,Mission set

to feed needy
The Waterfront Rescue
NfMission will again be working
';to serve the homeless on
Thanksgiving Day._
Mission officials say they
raree preparing a banquet to be
-served at 11:30 a.m. on
Thanksgiving Day at their main
office, 16 West Main Street in
Pensacola.
Officials say 1,565 meals
were served to the hungry last
year and are expecting an even
,greater number this year.
To help, drop off food and
holiday donations. Call 438-
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death among youth ages 15-24
and the 2nd leading cause of
death among college students.
AFSP sponsors the yearly
event to bring survivors, nation-
wide, together for support,
healing, information, and
empowerment, say organizers.'
Each local conference site
is organized independently, but
they're all connected through a
live national broadcastby satel-
lite and on the web. '
Saturday's panelists
include Generoso P.
Masangkay, M.D., Medical
Director of Harmony
Behavioral Health Pensacola,
Dr. Brett Turner, Psy. D,
President of the Florida
Psychological Association,
West Florida Chapter, Dr.
Robert Cowan, D.C., CAP, of
the Acupuncture &
Chiropractic Center, and Elen P.
Gajo, M.D. of Elen P. Gajo,
M.D. & Associates.
Information tables staffed
by AFSP, the Compassionate
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be present.
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2006 Relay

By DEBORAH NELSON
Press Gazette Staff Writer
Relay for Life organizers
are once again gearing up for
the annual event, and the
agency is looking for volunteers
to help with next year's walk.
The 2006 Relay, a track
walk marathon to raise money
for cancer research, is sched-
uled for April 7-8.
Relay organizers are hold-
ing a, aptain'.s,meeting for cap-.
tains or walkers interested in
forming a team., .
The meeting happens
tomorrow at 6 p.m. at Dixon
Primary School.
The registration fee to par-
ticipate in the race is $100, and
is available online at
www.acsevents.org/relay/fl/pac
e or contact Heather Cassida at
995-9331, or Shirley Parker at
261-8718.
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"It is, without a doubt, that
Troy Penton, Truss Shell and
Mrs. Royce Gomillion had a
major impact upon my success
both in college and in my per-
sonal business," he recounts.
"Without these dedicated,
caring professionals, I doubt
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developed the skills necessary
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District 5 Commissioner
John Broxson recalls that when
he was in school, Gulf Breeze
students were bussed into
Pensacola for classes.
Broxson worked with the
State legislature some 50 years
ago to modernize Santa Rosa
schools.
"It was just a real transi-
tion," he recounts. "We set up
the template in 'the '60s, and it
has stood until this day.".
Broxson notes that oil
money helped jump start area
schools, but it's been the com-
munity that has kept them
going.
"We started building that
sense of pride in our system,"
he observes. "It's still continu-
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Business Review


Real Estate Junction:


Where satisfied
By OBIE CRAIN
Special Projects Writer

For Real Estate Agent
Marsha Beach and three other
talented, experienced, and ded-
icated women real estate agents
in Milton, the year 2005
reflects a meaningful, mile-
stone event which has in vari-
ous ways affected each of their
careers. They decided as a
group to form their own busi-
ness.
"At the time, we were dl
working for another company,
and we knew that it was a sig-
nificant and challenging step to
take," Marsha remembers
about the decision the group
made ,to give it a try.
"Fortunately, however, it just
happened at ,the right time and
the right place for the right
people!"
That decision back in
January resulted in the estab-
lishment of a company which
they decided to call Real Estate
Junction, Inc., owned and man-
aged by the owners them-
selves, who besides Marsha,
include real estate agents Roxie
McCoy, Cheryl Phillips, and
Teresa Deaver.
Today after only 11
months, the company has
grown to include a staff of 12
whose dedication, integrity,
and commitment to client satis-
faction has generated a reputa-
tion that has propelled Real
Estate Junction, Inc. into a
position of prominence in the


buyers, sellers,
local real estate industry.
For Marsha it has been a
whirlwind of activity that has
kept her constantly busy.
Although a licensed real estate
agent for the past 25 years, it
has only been the last 13 that
she has been unilaterally active
in the trade,
"This is a very exciting as
well as a time consuming busi-
ness," Marsha admits. "I'll be
the first one to say it's not easy,
but the personal satisfaction
that comes from the wrap-up of
transactions with satisfied,
clients is about as rewarding as
you will find anywhere."
You see, from the initial
contact with a client, right
through to closing, the atten-
tion to details is crucial to its
success, and she says that is
exactly what she gives her
clients.
And it's a comprehensive
process that touches a lot of
bases. "When I take a house for
a listing, I'm not working just
for that client," she said. "I'm
working for the surveyor, the
termite people, the mortgage
company, the appraiser, and the
advertising interests, among
some 20 others who are con-
nected with the transaction."
A real estate transaction is
not a cut and dried situation,
but an ongoing procedure, she'
outlined.
"When you actually sell a
house," she said, "it's the same
thing. You have to see that the
mortgage company is satisfied,


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this, what's the chance for nor-
mal family interpersonal rela-
tionships?
"Certainly not as much as
one would ordinarily
encounter," she explained.
"You simply have to learn to fit
your family into your business
schedule and vice versa."
Although she acknowl-
edges that it generates some
stressful situations, she has
coped rather well. With hus-
band David and three sons at
home, she arranges some
measure of quality family time
each day. "At the end of the
day we make a reasonable
effort to be together, usually
for dinner in. the evening. I'd
say that five days out of seven
we reach that goal of sitting
down to dinner together."
That family occasion
sometimes includes another
very special person in her life,
too: David's mom and her
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Sons Michael Newsom, 16,
and Brandon Beach, 17, are
both students at Milton High
School, and son David Beach,
20, will be graduating from
PJC in December. Brandon is
on the MHS football team, and
she heavily supports his athlet-
ic participation. In fact, Marsha
is secretary of the Milton High
School Quarterback Club.
She's also a member of the
Santa Rosa County Chamber of
Commerce.
Marsha is also proud of her
grandchildren, grandson Justin,
8, and granddaughter Taylor, 10
months. Justin and Taylor are
the children of her daughter
Misti McGowan who now lives
in Waldorf, Maryland. "Do I
get to see them as often as I
would like? No, because that
would be every day! But I did
get to spend some time with
them in July this year, and I do
try to visit with them as often as
possible," she said.
What's left of her time,
after family, is concentrated on
Real Estate Junction, the com-
pany that has achieved a major
-profile in the local real estate
market over the past few
months.
"At Real Estate Junction,
our concept is that .we list
homes for less, and we just go
that extra mile to insure that our
clients are satisfied and get the
full benefit of the transactions
that we handle," she said. "And
I can guarantee that we don't
have any agents in this organi-
zation that won't go that extra
mile."
And with $18 million in
sales this year, and $10 million
currently listed, who can chal-
lenge the commitment and ded-
ication of the company's
agents. Marsha acknowledges
some $6.5 million in sales (plus
another $1.5 million pending)
to her own personal credit with
the company. And she's proud
of her record. In the 25 years'
that she has held her license,
there has never been a com-
plaint filed against her.
Real Estate Junction, true
to its name, is where the graph
crosses, where buyers, sellers,
and property management
clients meet and come to suc-
cessful terms.
At Real Estate Junction
fees are reasonable and the
"Broker in the middle" is elim-
inated, which means, simply
that their services are offered


for less. "Nobody here is trying;':
to get rich," Marsha said,'
"We're just attempting to make:
a comfortable living. Makin' a
livin' not a killing' is a practical
way of putting it!" And with no
processing fees and no admin-g'
istrative fees, the bottom line is.'j
more attractive. "And the boi--.
tom line is what everyone is
looking at!" Marsha continued.
"Our location has been a''
major asset for us," Marsha,
says of Real Estate Junction?,
With offices located at 3689
Avalon Blvd., just north of the,
CSX Railroad overpass, the-
location is easily accessed and':
there's plenty of parking. It has'
been situated at this location
since the business was estab-'
lished.
Real Estate Junction has a
very detailed and easily navi-
gated website that's maintained'
by Linzy Butcher, the secretary;
whom you will most likely'
meet if you visit or call the
office. Visit realestatejunction-;,'
inc.com on the internet and see'
for yourself some of the excit-
ing offers that are being made.'.
with you in mind.
The website makes contact"
with Real Estate Junction
extremely easy and convenient.
Simply fill in the form that's.
furnished, indicate what you're.
looking for, and someone will
be in touch with you in a rea-
sonably short time. If you cur-,
rently own property and are
thinking of placing it on the'
market, it would be in your.
good interests to look over the,
site.
If you would like to speak'
to one of the owners or a mem-
ber of the staff, you are wel-'
come to call the office at (850)
626-5656. You will find a help-
ful, knowledgeable, and courte-
ous agent who will be happy to
discuss your needs with you or
offer you whatever information-
you need.
Buying a home can be one
of the most significant intest-
merits in )our life. That's why
Marsha, one of her partners,' r
any other agent at Real Estate
Junction will be happy to assist
you as you become involved in
the process.
Whether you're a buyer, a
seller, or just looking for a
property management partner,.
Real Estate Junction can handle
it for you. Having them on your
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Adams,
Millard Fillmore
1916-2005
Millard Fillmore Adams,
age 89, of Pace, died Thursday,
November 10, 2005. Born to
Millard and Mary Frances
Wade Adams of Pace on
August 31, 1916, he was the
last surviving member of his
generation in the Adams fami-
ly.
Millard served in the Pacific
Theater during World War II,
as a member of the Fighting
Seabees. He was a retired NAS
Whiting Field Civil Service
employee.
e Active his entire life,
Millard was a founding mem-
ber of the Santa Rosa Saddle
Club, American Legion Post 78
I (22 year continuous member-
ship), Scratch Ankle Travelers
Club, Milton Kiwanis Club,
The Gideons International, and
a member of the Campus
Church of the Pensacola
Christian College.
He was preceded in death
by 3 brothers-Roy Adams,
Erby Adams, Sr. and Freddie
Adams, by his 4 sisters-
Gertrude Kelly, Annie Hobbs,
Bertie Adams and Maude
Pendleton.
Millard is survived by his
wife of 63 years-Georgia
Laphala Bass Adams; 3 chil-
dren-Millard (Donna)
Adams, Cynthia (Joe) Bodkin,
and Frances Dreadin; 5 grand-
children-John (Jennifer)
Adams, Jeff (Melissa) Adams,
David Cupp, Amy Dreadin,
and Cameron Dreadin; 3 great
grandchildren Kailyn Adams,
Jaxon Adams, and Caroline
Adams; numerous nieces,
nephews and friends.
Funeral services for Mr.
Adams was .2 1p.m., Sunday,'
November 13, 2005 in the
Lewis Funeral Home Chapel
with Dr. Jim Schettler, Dr. Don
Smith, and Dr. Dan Greer offi-
ciating. Burial followed in the
Crain Cemetery with Lewis
Funeral Home directing.
Active Pallbearers were
Curtis Hand, Dayton Hobbs,
Jr., Dean Henderson, Ken
Griffis, Earl Farrington, and
Richard Elkins.
Honorary Pallbearers were
members of Milton Kiwanis
Club, and Scratch Ankle
,Travelers Camping Club.
Lewis Funeral Home, 6405
'Highway 90 W., Milion,
'Florida 32570 was in charge of
'arrangements. ::


Hamilton,
Frances Marie
1926-2005
Marie Hamilton died at
home, Sunday, November 13,
2005. She was born in
Andalusia, AL, but had resided
in Milton for the last 39 years.
Marie was a kind, loving,
compassionate, unselfish moth-
er and wife. She was married at
the courthouse in Milton, FL,
to Wayne Hamilton in 1943.
Marie was preceded in
death by her daughters-Janet
Barlow, and Jeanne Hamilton
and grandson-Ricky Hogan,
Jr.
Survivors include her hus-
band-Wayne Hamilton;
son-Terry Hamilton; daugh-
ters-Rheba (Dave) Mason,
and Sherry (Jim) Readdy; 9
grandchildren and 13 great
grandchildren; and her poo-
dle-J.J.
Services will be 10 a.m.,
Wednesday, November 16,
2005 at Donnie Sowell Funeral
Home. Rev. Wayne Butts will
officiate in Serenity Gardens
Cemetery.
Active pallbearers will be
Dave, Luke, Carson Mason,
Jim Readdy, Jeremy Hudson
and James McAfee.
Flowers will be accepted or
donations can be made to
Hospice of the Emerald Coast.
Donnie Sowell Funeral
Home of Milton will be in
charge of arrangements.

Burdette,
Estelle Inita,
Cato Wingate Clary
1923 -2005
Estelle Inita Cato Wingate
Clary Burdette, age 82, of
Milton, died November 7,
2005.
She was born in
Apalachicola, FL, and resided
in this area most of her life. She
was of the Assembly of God
faith.
Mrs. Burdette was.preceded
in death by 2 husbands-Joe E.
Clary (1975) and Robert Ray
Burdette (1998); by her son-
Jack Clary; her daughter-
Hazel Cross; her granddaugh-
ter-Michelle Gawn; par-,
ents-Fern and Stella' Cato
Wingate; 2 sisters-Myrtice
Radford and Louise Wingate
and devoted aunt-Carrie
Petdrson.
She is survived by 3 sons-
Billy (Brenda) Clary ,of
Mobile, AL, Joe Clary, and
John Clary, both of Milton; 6
daughters-Pauline (Ralph)
Riddell of North Ft. Myers, FL,
JoAnn Polmak (Gene Lynch)
of Brewton,.AL, Betty Ann
Howard of Denver, CO,
Carolyn (Henry P.) Tukay of
Hayward, CA, Ellen Scott of
Milton, and Fran Carnley (her
caregiver), of Milton; 2 sis-
ters Helen Rollo of
Pensacola, FL, Mae Wingate of


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Vero Beach, FL; special
cousin-Myrtle Lee Weekley
of Milton; 30 grandchildren; 49
great grandchildren; and
numerous extended family.
The family would like to
offer their special thanks and
appreciation to Loving Care
Staff-Carol Wilkerson and
Ginger Z., Covenant Hospice
of Milton, Trish and Katrina
and to Lora and Bill Hensley
and Donna Fairbanks of The
Church of Jesus Christ of
Latter Day Saints.
Services were 1 .p.m.,
Thursday, November 10, 2005
at the Donnie Sowell Funeral
Home in Milton, Rev. Adrian
Wingate and Brother Dorman
Owens officiated with burial in
Hickory Hammock' Cemetery.
Grandsons served as active
pallbearers and nephews were
honorary pallbearers.
Donnie Sowell Funeral
Home of Milton was in charge
of arrangements.

Stockbauer,
Ardis Mae
1932 2005
Mrs. Ardis Mae Stockbauer,
age 72, of Milton passed away
Thursday, November 10, 2005
at a local hospital.
Mrs. Stockbauer was bornm


in Forest City, Iowa. She and
her family had resided here for
the last 21 years. She was a
member of the St. Mary's
Episcopal Church and
Women's Club, Milton Garden
Club (Dogwood Circle) and the
Red Hat Club.
Her parents-Floyd &
Florence Frisk Fox preceded
her in death.
Survivors include her hus-
band-Donald C. Stockbauer;
2 daughters--Crystal
Bingham, and Jessica Bright;, 3
sisters-Norma Hochbein,
Phyllis Specker, and Ruby
Almert; and 7 grandchildren.
Services will be held 2 p.m.,
Thursday, November 17, 2005
at St. Mary's Episcopal Church
with Pastor John R. Wallace
officiating.
In lieu of flowers, donations
may be made to' St. Mary's
Episcopal Church for the
Rector's Discretionary Fund.
Lewis Funeral Home of
Milton will be in charge of
arrangements.
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LEGAL NOTICE


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT IN
AND FOR SANTA ROSA
COUNTY, FLORIDA
Cae No.:
IN RE: The Forfeiture of;
1996 Ford Pickup Truck, VIN#
1FTJW35F6TEB43351 and
One 14-Foot Utility Trailer.
DEFENDANT/CLAIMANT:
SAMUEL ELLISON HUD-
GENS.
NOTICE OF FORFEITURE
PROCEEDING
TO: Samuel Ellison Hudgens,


2861 Highway 4, Jay, Florida
32565, and all persons who
claim an interest in one 1996
Ford Pickup Truck, VIN#
1FTJW35F6TEB43351 and
one black vehicle trailer, which
was seized on or about
September 10, 2005 at 2861
Highway 4, Jay, Florida 32565.
Said property is in the custody
of the Santa Rosa County
Sheriff's Office In Santa Rosa
County, Florida, and a
Complaint for Final Judgment
of Forfeiture pertaining thereto
has been filed in the above
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Wednesday November 16, 2005


Obituaries
obituaries continued from page 7


Seawright,
Gwendolyne D.
"Jean"
1951 2005
Gwendolyne D. "Jean"
Seawright, age 54, of Milton,
passed away Saturday,
November 5, 2005 at a local
hospital. She was a lifelong
resident of Santa Rosa County.
She attended T.R. Jackson,
Milton High School, and
Pensacola Junior College. She
retired from Pensacola Junior
College after 21 years of serv-
ice as a Computer Lab
Supervisor.
Mrs. Seawright was an
active member of the Isaiah


Chapel A.M.E. Zion Church
where she was a member of
many auxiliaries of the church
and community.
Survivors include 3 chil-
dren-Anna M. Seawright of
Milton, Desiree T. (Kevin)
Larkins of Ft. Knox, KY,
Alaina J. Boggan (Carl) of
Pensacola, FL; mother-Mary
Rhodes of Milton; father-
Richard Smith, Sr. of Milton; 3
grandchildren Dezmond,
DeAndra and Kevena, sis-
ters-Deloris (Hinesman)
Dukes, Sr., of Tampa, Rosalind
(AL) Hunter of Charlotte, NC,
Carolyn (Jamie) Davis of
Broken Arrow, OK, and Bessie
Cole of Milton; 2 brothers-
Richard (Ann) Smith, Jr. of


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Murfreesburg, TN, and
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law, 1 brother-in-law; 6 aunts,
4 uncles, 2 god children, 4
adopted children and numer-
ous nieces, nephews, cousins,
and friends, including those at
Renal Care Group in Milton.
Funeral services for Mrs.
Seawright were 1:30 p.m.,
Saturday, November 12, 2005
at the Milton First Assembly
of .God Church with Rev.
Victor Alexander officiating.
Burial followed at Milton
Keyser Cemetery with Lewis
Funeral Home of Milton
directing.

Hooks, D.J.
2001 2005
D.J. Hooks, who was born
February 28, 2001, went to be
with Jesus on Thursday,
November 10, 2005.
D.J. will be missed and for-
ever loved by his parents--
Kenneth Damone and Joy
Elizabeth Hooks; grandpar-
ents-Pastor Billy (Teresa)
Fowler, Kenneth (Anne)
Hooks, great-grandparents-
Melvin (Nita) Fowler, Helen
Strine and Erskine Coe, 6
aunts and uncles, 10 cousins,
and friends too numerous to
count.
Funeral services will be
held at New Home Church in
McKenzie, AL. Reverend
Michael Bush and D.J.'s "dat-
dat," Pastor Billy Fowler, will
officiate the services.
Interment will be held at
New Home Cemetery with
Keahey Funeral Home direct-
ing.
"As we stand on this shore
watching the little boat sail
toward the sunset, we woeful-
ly say, 'There he goes.' But on
the other shore, as the sun
rises, there is much rejoicing
and the cry is heard, 'Here he
comes! Here he comes!"
Although we had you for
four short years, you will
remain in our hearts forever.
We love you D.J. May your
boat sail into more peaceful
waters. Love Always, your
family.


Donnie Sowell Funeral
Home is in charge of local
arrangements.

Kelly, Hubert
Hubert Kelly, age 63, of
Jay, FL, died Monday,
November 7, 2005 in a local
hospital.
Hubert was a lifelong resi-
dent of Jay, and the surround-
ing areas.. He was of the
Baptist faith.
Hubert served in the U.S.
Army during the Korean
Conflict. He worked as a
welder and he and his wife, Pat
owned and operated Kelly's
Townhouse in Jay for 18 years.
He is preceded in death by
his parents-William Foy and
Jewel Lee Kelly and sister-
Ruth Kelly.
Survivors include his wife
of 25 years-Pat Kelly of Jay;
2 sons-Terry Kelly of Ohio,
and Mike Kelly of Jay; daugh-
ter-Kim (Lynn) Barnhill of
Pace, sister-Linda (Jim)
Powers of Texas, brother-
Jerry (Susan) Doran of
Byrnville; uncle-Phil (Sue)
Kelly of Byrnville; 5 grand-
children-Brian Kelly, Crystal
Kelly, Hunter Barnhill, Leslie
Kelly and Stephanie (T.J.)
Rice; 1 great-grandson.
Funeral services were 1
p.m., Friday, November 11,
2005 at Jay Funeral Home
with Brother Wallace Reid and
Brother Phil Enfinger. Burial
was in Cora Cemetery.
Active pallbearers were
Justin Nowling, Tony
Simmons, Ben Jerry Hudson,
Josh Nowling, John Ray
Doran,. Wayland Nowling,
Andrew Davis, and Walter
Branson.
Honorary pallbearers were
Joe Barnhill, Rex Godwin,
Thomas Neal, Frank Lowry,
Merlin Edwards, and Coleman
Wade.
Jay Funeral Home was in
charge of arrangements.

Strickling,
Ollie Ville
1921 -2005
Mrs. Ollie Ville Strickling
of Jay, FL, passed,, away


Wednesday, November 9,
2005. She was born July 2,
1921 in Samson, Alabama to
John and Harriett Simmons.
She is preceded in death by
her parents-John and Harriett
Simmons; husband-Bascom
Strickland of 47 years; son-
Kenneth Strickling; brothers-
WJ (Dick), Guy and Elias
Simmons; sisters-Dawnie
Cook, Ella Peacock, Alice
Nolin and Evelyn Chancey.
She is survived by 'her 3
children- Clara (Don)
Houston, Faye (Ben) Hudson,
Dykes (Linze) Strickland, all
of Jay; daughter-in-law-Lleta
Strickling; sister-Missy
Baxley; 10 grandchildren-
Keith Strickling, Rodney
Strickling,Linda Harris, Joann
Cox, Pamela Ivey, ,Mason
Hudson, Michele Campbell,
Adam Strickling, Kyle
Strickling, and Joyce
Wainwright; 17 great-grand-
children; and 6 great-great
grandchildren.
Funeral services were 2
p.m., Friday, November 11,
2005 at Jay Funeral Home
with Rev. Freddy Barrow and
Rev. Herb Vandyke officiating.
Burial followed in Cora
Cemetery.
Active pallbearers were
Mason Hudson, Keith
Strickling, Nathan White,
Rodney Strickling, Adam
Strickling, and Kyle
Strickling.
Honorary pallbearers were
Wilber Weeks, Joe Burch,
Terrie Simmons, Sam Godwin,
Rex Godwin, Jack Ezell,
Hover Harris, Norman Black,
Kenny Hunt, Daniel White,
Kirby Harris, Caleb Harris,
Miles Zimmerman, Chris
Campbell and Oakland Ard.
Special thanks to Dr. David
C. Smith, Twyla Cotton, Jay
Hospital, Century Care Center,
Hospice and Donnie Mae
Ellenburg for their loving care.
Jay Funeral Home was in
charge of arrangements.

Caruthers,
Vincente G.
1966 -2005
Vincente G. Caruthers age,


38, of Milton, passed away
Wednesday, November 9,
2005.
He was born in Pensacola,
FL, and was a longtime
employee of Santa Rosa Glass
in Milton.
He was preceded in death
by his mother-Edith
McQuigg.
Survivors include his
father-James R. (Judy)
Caruthers of Texas; wife-
Rita Jordan; son-Tony
Caruthers; sisters-Tina
Sadler, Valarie (Brad) Baker,
Natalie (Jimmie) Dominicia;
step-sister-April McQuigg;
several nieces and nephews.
Memorial services and
eulogies were at 7 p.m.,
Monday, November 14, 2005
at the Donnie ,Sowell Funeral
Home.
Donnie Sowell Funeral
Home of Milton is in charge of
arrangements.


Rogers,
Johnnie Belinda
1983-2005
Johnnie Belinda Rogers,
age 22, of Pensacola, FL,
passed away Friday November
11, 2005 in a local hospital.
Johnnie Belinda was born in
Pensacola, May 8, 1983 and
had lived in the area all of her
life.
She is survived by her
mother-Linda Brouwer; her 4
year-old son-Isaac James
Platon; 1 sister-Elizabeth
Hope Gillette; grandparents-
Johnnie Z. Roberts, William
Arthur Gillette, and Gene A.
Roberts; Aunt Betty Wilson,
Uncle Mike Wilson; Aunt Julie
Gillette, Uncle Billy Gillette;
cousins--Shawn Flener, John
Flener, Bailey Gillette, and
Jacob Gillette; special men-
tion-Aunt Wanda & Uncle
Ray Danley; Mike, Linda,
James Platon and his mother-
Lady (John).
Memorial Services for Ms.
Rogers were held 4 p.m.,
Tuesday November 15, 2005 at
the Lewis Funeral Home in
Milton, FLwith Rev. Charlie
Bradshaw officiating and
Lewis Funeral Home directing.


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"Chief, I now have drug
coverage under TFL (TRI-
CARE for LIFE). Should I
pay into the new Medicare
drug program?"

Medicare's new Part D
*Prescription drug plan starts
January 1, 2006, and becomes
available to everyone with
Medicare, including TFL and
CHAMPVA beneficiaries.
Now, almost every TFL or
CHAMPVA beneficiary WILL,
NOT have any added value in
purchasing Medicare Part D.
The exception will be those
TRICARE/CHAMPVA eligi-
ble individuals that have limit-
ed (low) income and assets.
"Part D" prescription plan will
have a monthly cost and you
may or may not be able to
obtain the exact drug you want.
You being
TRICARE/Medicare eligible,
entitled to TRICARE pharma-
cy benefits, need to consider a
number of factors when decid-
ing whether or not to enroll in
1 Medicare Drug Plan (Part D).
There are monthly premiums,
S deductibles, co-pays, and drug
i availability. Most. of all,
;! remember, you may obtain
drugs free at any local military
medical facility because of
TFL. CHAMPVA beneficiaries
cannot obtain drugs from mili-
tary medical facilities.
You need to decide real
soon about joining Medicare's
S drug plan. Open enrollment is
From November 15, 2005 to
May 155, 2006. Enrollment
will not re-open until the
November 15, 2006, and there
will be a 1% per month penalty
imposed beginning May 15,
2006. A good item in the
enrollment program is for those
that lose TRICARE or CHAM-
PVA (divorce, remarriage, etc.)
have 62 days to enroll, but the
individual will have to wait to
enroll until the next open sea-
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Enrolling, in Medicare Part D
Drug Plan will not dis-enroll
S you from TRICARE/CHAMP-
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like it, you may dis-enroll at
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Art Association
workshop planned
The Santa Rosa Art
Association will hold its regu-
lar monthly meeting on
Saturday, November 19 at the
PJC Milton Campus in Bldg.
#4900 Rm #4902 at 8 a.m.
followed by an Artist Show
Time and Workshop. The
workshop is free to all mem-
bers and $10 for non-members.
The workshop will be done
by Fuller Brown. Fuller has a
Masters of Fine Arts degree
specializing in sculpture, draw-
ing and painting. He has won
awards in all three categories
(oils & Acrylics). He is better
known for his portraits of peo-
ple and animals. Presently he is
teaching workshops at PJC and
teaches community classes in


Monday, November 21, 2 p.m.,
Chamber Banquet Meeting in Chamber
Board Room.

Monday. November 21, 3:30 p.m.,
CoC Budget & Finance Committee
Meeting in Chamber Board Room.

Monday, November 21, 4 p.m., CoC
Executive Committee Meeting in
Chamber Board Room.

SThursday, November 17,4 p.m., Camp
E-Ma-Chamee Advisory Board Meeting
in Chamber Board Room.

Thursday, November 17, 6 p.m.,
Milton/Pace Writers Group, R.S.V.P.
Center, 6294 Buckskin Drive, Milton;
Contact Santa Rosa Literary Society @
983-0041.

Thursday, November 17, 7:30 a.m. -
4:30 a.m. Deadline for ordering your
Boston Butts and/or Turkeys! Contact
SRC CoC for the Navy League @ 623-
2339.

Thursday. November 17, 12 to 3 p.m.
Blood Drive @ Santa Rosa Medical
Center, 6002 Berryhill Road, Milton, FL.
Contact NWFL Blood Center @434-2535.

Thursday, November 17, 6 to 9 p.m. Bowl-
A-Thon for Education @ Oops Alley, 3721
Highway 90, Pace. Contact Clairen Reese @
983-5043.

Friday, November 18, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.


Gulf Breeze, Pensacola and
Lillian, AL.
Workshop name -
"Exploring Acrylic Painting
from the Real to the Abstract."
He will attempt to complete 3
to 4 short subjects, more if time
allows. Each developed
through different methods of
the use of Acrylic.
Supplies needed 1 full
sheet of 140 lb. W/C paper, hot
or cold pressed, 3 small can-
vases 9X12 or 8X10, paint
brushes #4 round 1-1/2 and
1-3/4 inch wide flat, a contain-
er for water, 4 or 5 mixing cups
(plastic or paper) small bottle
of Gloss Medium and a small
set of tube or liquid acrylics.
There is no supply fee if one
has their own supplies. Mr.
Brown will bring extra supplies
to share with those who can not


and Saturday, Nov. 19, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.;
White Linen Trading Post, Camelot
Junction, 5243 Willing Street, Milton.
Contact Ms. Coulter-Booth @ 981-1322 or
723-4863.

Saturday, November 19, 10 a.m. to
1:30 p.m., National Survivors of Suicide
Day-Local Conference @ Sacred Heart
Hospital, Greenhut auditorium, Pensacola.
Please RSVP by visiting www.afsp.org or
call 433-4234.

Saturday, November 19, 6 to 9' p.m.,
Live Music at, Camelot Junction. 5243
Willing Street. Milton, Contact: Ms.
Coulter-Booth, 981-1322 or 723-4863.

Saturday, November 19, 6 p.m. until,
Making Room in the Inn Elegant
Dinner Fundraiser @ NAS Whiting
Field, Sikes Hall. Contact Family Promise,
Amy Hartsfield, 995-7101.

Monday. November 21, 8:30 a.m. to i
p.m., Blood Drive @ The Heritage of
Santa Rosa, 5530 Northrop Rd, Milton.
Contact NWFL Blood Center, 434-2535.

Monday, November 21, 10 a.m. to 2
p.m., Super Silver Sale @ Children's
Services Center @ 6564 Caroline St.,
Milton, Contact Children's Services
Center, 983-5313.

Monday. November 21, 1 to 65 p.m.,
Blood Drive @ SETi Mold-Ex, Inc. 8052
Armstrong Rd., Milton. Contact NWFL
Blood Center, 434-2535.


find what is needed. No dead-
line For reservations call Jim
or Helen Berry at 850/626-
7509 or email to
artstwo@juno.com.

Advisory
meeting planned
W.H. Rhodes Elementary
School Advisory Council will
meet 1 p.m., Thursday,
November 17, 2005 in the
Conference Room. All interest-
ed persons are invited to
attend.

Baptist
to host seminar
With all the changes in
Medicare, those affected have
a lot of questions. Lupus
Support Network is hosting an


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Anderson. Furniture,
electronics, house-
hold goods, clothing.
A lotta stuff! Shop
for Christmas early.
3 FAMILY yard sale-
Nov. 19th 7-12 lots
of real bargains'.
4273 Audiss Rd. Mil-
ton, Fla.
ANOTHER LARGE
YARD Sale Thurs.-
Sat. 17-19 7 til ?
Some furniture, lots
of misc. 5088 Glo-
ver Ln. If rain, Dec.
3-5.
HAWK'S NEST
SUBDIVISION
ANNUAL
GARAGE SALE
Saturday, November
19th, 7 a.m. til ?

FOUR FAMILY
yard/moving sale
5863 Mimosa Ave.,
Milton. Fri. 18th,
Sat. 19th from early
to late.
GARAGE SALE-
NOV. 19 & 20
Cleaning out the at-
tic, all must go!
5579 Rowell Rd.,
Milton. Fri. & Sat. 8
am till.


HUGE MOVING
Sale. Nov 18 & 19.
Misc. tools plus
woodlathe, table
saw, clothes,
household items,
and antiques.
4385 Woodville Rd.
(across street
Ventura Bagdad).
HUGE YARD sale,
Furniture, tools, old
dishes, household
items, toys. Is going
to be at Yankee
Lane off of, Berryhill
Rd. Thursday, Fri-
day and Saturday at
7 a.m. til ?
JAY- HUGE yard
sale, Sat. Nov. 19th
3 mi. N dof Jay on
Hwy 89 ( Brewton-
Jay FRd.) Mt. Carmel
Methodist Church. 7
a.m. until Furniture,
toys, wheel toys,
electronics, dishes,
Housewares, Christ-
mas decor, clothes
& accessories, misc.
items & more. Pro-
ceeds go to Relay
for Life.
MOVING SALE-
Fri. 11/18 & Sat. 11/19,
8 am-lpm, furniture,
household, Christ-
mas, MORE! 5035
Saints Ln. Milton.
YARD SALE- Wood
chipper, huge desk,
ladies clothes,
household items,
something for every-
one. 3520 Country
View Lane. 8 am- 2pm.


YARD SALE- 2-
family, assorted
items, Friday-Satur-
day 8:00 am to 2 pm
6850 Branding Iron
La. Roundup Val-
ley, Milton, Fl.
YARD SALE- 11/19
8 am-3 pm 5936
Castle Dr. Milton.
furniture, tools, toys,
sports equip. house-
hold items.
YARD SALE- 5435
Lucy Ln. ( off Wind-
ham) Nov. 18th &
19th, 8 till .? Chil-
dren's clothes, odds
& ends, lots of good
things.
YARD SALE- Fri.
11/18 & Sat. 11/19
5318 Lakewood Dr.
off Berryhill St. You
don't want to miss
this one! Unique
items. Something for
everyone.
YARD SALE- Sat.
Nov. 19th 6-1, 5430
Pine Barron Rd.,
Milton. Berryhill to
Anderson. New gar-
den fountain $20,
garden items. New 6
foot Norfolk Pine
Christmas tree $20
used. 7 foot Christmas
tree $5, Christmas
items. Con-
sole radio record
player $15. Rocker
$20, movies, games,
linens, clothes &
much more. 983-8548.
MOVING SALE-
FRIDAY & SAT,
5929 Hamilton
Bridge, Milton.


GIANT YARD Sale-
Huge variety, Sat.
11/19 8am-2pm
6240 Glendale
Drive, Milton. North
off Hwy. 89 behind
Army Reserve unit.

YARD SALE 5243
Newton St. Street
behind Olivet Baptist
.Church. Lots of plus
size clothes, furni-
ture, T.V., dishes,
too much to list. All
must go. Sat. Nov.
19th 7:00 a.m. 2:00
p.m.
YARD SALE Fri
18th & Sat. 19th
from 7:00 2:00
5408 Homestead Dr.
Milton. Lots of misc.
BIG, REALLY Big 4
family sale, Christ-
mas things, small
singer in cabinet, ta-
bles, chairs linens,
flatware, kitchen
stuff. Hundreds of
other things. Friday
& Saturday. 7 till 2,
5410 Pine Barron
Rd. North on Ander-
son off Berryhill Rd.
See signs.
RUMMAGE & Bake
Sale- Bagdad Volun-
teer Fire Depart-
ment. Rain or Shine
Saturday, November
19th 8:00 a.m.- 4:00
p.m. at the Fire Sta-
tion 7043 Oak
Street, Bagdad.
Phone 623-8111.
GARAGE/HOUSE
SALE until sold.
4771 Fair Oaks
Drive, Pace.


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Wednesday November 16. 2005


Community / Kornerstone


Santa Rosa Medical Center Auxiliary makes plans


The Santa Rosa Medical
Center Auxiliary held back to
back meetings for October and
November. On Tuesday,
October 18th and again on
Tuesday, November 1st the
Auxiliary held the monthly lun-
cheon and business meeting in
the Locklin Educational
Building. Peggy Griffith,
President, introduced and wel-
comed new members, Lena
McFee, David Shields, and
Frances Rubin. Welcome to you
all!


bers were voted into office: 3
Year Board Member, Alice
Guidy; 2 Year Board Member,
and 1 Year Board Member-Faye
Anthony. The nominating com-
mittee for next year id Flo
Fulwiler, Jackie Harmon,
Annette Kessel, Karen Konz
and Royce Precht.
Congratulations and best wishes
to all members for a successful
year. Special thanks to the offi-
cers, board members and nomi-
nating committee for this year
for all their hard work and ded-


At the October meeting, icated service.
Peggy distributed and discussed The Auxiliary was honor
the proposed changes in the by- to welcome special. guest, D:
laws and a list of persons who Editha Bielitz, specializing i
have accepted placement on the Obstetrics and Gynecology, t
ballot for Auxiliary officers'in the meeting in October. DI
2006. These were voted on and Bielitz answered question
accepted unanimously at the about her philosophy an
meeting on November 1st. changes in the practice c
Congratulations to the follow- Gynecology. She also state
ing officers for 2006: Vicki that she would welcome th
Imhof President, Marty opportunity to conduct seminar
Andrews-1st Vice President, for the community. Her practice
Mary Oliver-2nd Vice is located in the new Woodbin
President, Wanda Staton- Medical Park in Pace, where
Secretary, and Dulce Snowman- she welcomes new patients.
Treasurer. Peggy reported 'that th
The following board mem- Jewelry Sale was a success an
Kiwanis Club of Santa Rosa Sunrise


L to R: Kiwanis Club of' Wednesday at 7 a.m. at the
Santa Rosa Sunrise President Tanglewood Golf and County
James Martin and Mr. Hunter Club. Local business owners
Walker, County Administrator and interested individuals are
at a recent meeting of the club. encouraged to visit. Consider
Mr. Walker spoke to the mem- being a speaker and become an
bers about the present and active member. Contact Paul
future plans for Santa Rosa Fitzgerald or Donna Flourney
County. The Kiwanis Club of at 623-3606.
Santa Rosa Sunrise meets every


thanked those who volunteered
to help. Flo Fulwiler chaired the
Book Sale on Nov. 2nd & 3rd.
The 13th Annual Tree of Lights
Ceremony will be on Nov. 28th
with a special performance by
the Bagdad Elementary School
Chorus. There will be a Bake
Sale on' Dec. 9th, which will be
chaired by Elba. Robertson.
Please have your baked goods,
individually wrapped and
priced and there by 6:30 on the
morning of the sale.
Peggy Griffith reported that
another trip had been made to
Biloxi Regional Medical Center
on October 31. Peggy, Bert
Nelson, Irene Shields, and
Wanda Staton delivered person-
al hygiene and other disposable
items, linens, and blankets to
our 'sister' auxiliary members
in Biloxi. This will be a contin-
uing outreach for as long as it
takes for Biloxi to recover from
the hurricanes. Peggy thanked
the Auxiliary members and hos-
pital staff for their continuing
generosity.
In SRMC updates, Aleta
Hoodless, CDVS, reported that
Auxiliary members would be


Getting through
A class, "Diabetes: Getting
through the holidays" will be
presented by Dr. MichaelSmith
on Monday, November 28,
2005 from 5 to 6 p.m. at Jay
Hospital in the Royal Room.


"God made you

as you are, in
order to use you
as He planned."


notified as soon as the flu shots
are available. The hospital
Christmas party will be held at
Whiting Field on Saturday, Dec.
3rd, from 6:30 to 11 p.m. Please
sign up with Aleta in advance so
that the base will be aware of
the persons who will be coming.
Aleta thanked those volun-
teers who had helped with the
Woodbine Medical Park Health
Fair and said that it was a very
successful event. Dr. Barrett has
opened his Family Practice at
Avalon Park and Dr. Solomon
will join him, also in Family
Practice in January. Aleta
expressed her thanks to the
Auxiliary for all that they have
done in giving their time and
contributions to the many out-
reach programs, that they have
been involved in recently.
The installation of Officers
and Christmas Party for the
SRMC Auxiliary will be on
Tuesday, Dec. 13th at 11 a.m. in
the Locklin Education Center.
Bring your donation from the
Wish List for the Family
Resource Program and the Gulf.
Coast Wings of Hope, Inc. and a
guest and join us!




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"In every thing give
thanks: for this Is the will
of God In Christ Jesus con-
cerning you."
I Thessalonians 5:18

the holidays...
For more information, or to
sign up for the class, call Gloria
Lewis at 850/675-8085. This
program is free to the public
and a meal will be provided.

Aglow to meet
The Pensacola Chapter of
Aglow International will meet
the 3rd Thursday of each
month at the Bayview Senior
Citizens place at 6 p.m. The
address is 2000 East Lloyd
Street. Please call Carolyn
Cobb at 968-3148 or Lynda
Brooks at 995-0053 for further
information.


Ask the Preacher

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


Dear Pastor Gallups, "Since Jesus said to 'turn the other
cheek' and since the 10 commandments say that 'Thou shalt
not kill', why would a Christian fight in a war or participate in
any type of violence at all?" J.I. Milton
Dear J.I.,
Certainly it is preferable if a Christian never has to fight in a
war or engage in any kind of violence at all within their lifetime.
Some are so blessed, but not all. However, please don't make
the common mistake of taking these two concepts and scriptures
out of context.
The teaching of 'turning the other cheek' applies specifically
and directly to the action a Christian should take when he or she
is persecuted for their faith in Jesus. If one is ridiculed, made
fun of, misrepresented, etc., because of their testimony for
Jesus, they should take no vengeful action. There is nothing
wrong however for attempting to correct a falsehood and
reiterating the truth. Jesus did that all the time.
Turning the other cheek does not necessarily apply to
protection of one's life and property or one's nation from enemy
attack. How one specifically responds to any of these situations
is between them and the Lord, the circumstances of the moment
and the ultimate consequences of their action. But, the 'turn the
other cheek' principle would not preclude a Christian from pro-
tecting himself or someone else. I praise the Lord that there are
Christian law enforcement and military officials serving and
protecting our nation everyday! I am thankful that when the
enemy or a criminal attacks that these Christian officers don't
"turn the other cheek" aren't you?
"Thou shalt not kill" is an unfortunate translation in the
King James Version. The original Hebrew in that verse means -
'murder'. There is a huge difference between "kill" and
"murder". Again, sometimes a police officer, military soldier,
Governments (through a judicious death penalty) or even a
private citizen protecting life and property has to, unfortunately,
KILL. But to murder someone is strictly prohibited by God's
Law and society's law.
I hope this clarifies these often misunderstood and
misinterpreted Biblical concepts.


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


Attention Churches!!


Thanksgiving deadlines!
Due to Thanksgiving Holidays coming
up, please send in any copy for the Nov.
23rd (day before Thanksgiving)
Komerstone page by
Friday, Nov. 18th, 5 p.m.
If you have any special events, such as
holiday events, etc., please submit by
the above date and time. Fax # is
623-2007 or email @
church@sr-pg.com.


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Gret Tings: Are A Happening 4At Miton High I..f


Milton High NJROTC goes to NAS Pensacola
By: Cadei LCDR Stubbs
Cadet T-clh Officer 2nd class ltsqrphal

On No%. 2. 2005. MHS NJROTC took 40 Cadets to NAS Pensacola. While on their trip they had the
pri\ ilege of view ing the Blue Angels practice show. "It was awesome to watch them fly because it was the
first time I had eser seen them," says. Cadet Christ\ Bingham. After the performance. the pilots took a
group picture with the Cadets in front of CDR Folry's jet number 1, which was very exciting for all the
Cadets. Following the performance of the Blue Angels. the Cadets headed to the National Naval Atiation
Air Museum. There the\ had the opportunity to look at everything in the museum as well as ride the flight
simulator. The Cadets then went to the IMAX Theatre and saw "Red Flag". a movie about the fighter pilots
of today. Following the movie the) headed for the Naval Air Technical Training Center galley where they
ate lunch. The Cadet., all agreed this was the best trip they had taken this year and wish to thank the Blue
Angels for taking the time to take a picture with them!


Thank You Mr. Kincaid
Milton High School administration, faculty, staff and students would like to thank Mr. Ken Kincaid
for all his support of Milton High School through the years and for sponsoring our Panther Page in the
Press Gazette!!


Pictured is Mr. Kincaid as the Grand Marshal of the 2005 Homecoming Parade. He is
driven by Mr. Danny Retherford, Assistant Principal.


----- Congratulations MHS

.Mighty Black and Gold Band

The MHS Band received straight superior ratings (all A's)
at the Florida Bandmasters Association District 1 Marching
Music Performance Assessment the end of October at
Choctawhatchee.High School. This event is much like the
C.. AT for bands!" Milton High School Band and Pace High
',School Band were the only two bands in our county to
Receive straight superior ratings.

G: reat Job!! Congratulations!!






Class favorites
Every year the Senior Class votes on their Class Favorites. Following '
are the Class of 2006 Favorites:




Most Talented Misst McMillion Josh Smiley
Teachers Pet Bre Bonner Sha\n Griffith
Most Dramatic Leslie Jungjohan Nathanial Baker
Most Bashful Jennifer Larson Tyler Thompson
Most Likely Mosha Edwards Emer\ Allen
To Be Famous '
Most Athletic Tatavana Neelk Kyle Conrad '
Class Clown .Aicia Fisher Josh Edmonson
Most Flirtatious Rob.n Salerno Buck Stokes ,
Most Likelh To Ridley Jones Andre\\ Bean
Succeed
Most Reliable L% nne Harman Mat \Whitfield
Most Talkative Victoria Blocker Zack Lowe
Most Scatterbrain Kary Jernigan Stephan Rawls '
Friendliest Anna Brown Justin Baker
Best Dressed Christy Higgins Kevin Cannon
Most School Spirited Rebecca Baker Justin Meyers
Best Physique Linzi Frizzell Emer\ Allen
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DATE OPPONENT


Nov. I
No%.3
Nov. 4
Nov. 12
Nov.15
Nov.21
Nov.22
Nov.30
Dec.l
Dec.2
Dec. 6
Dec. 13
Jan. 3
Jan. 5
Jan. 6
Jan. 9
Jan 12
Jan.13


WestFlorida Tech*
Pine Forest*
Washington
Escambia*
PensacolaHigh*"
Walton High
Crestview
Woodham*
Crestview
Navarre*
Walion
Pace
Gulf Breeze *
West Florida Tech*
Woodham
Escambia
Pine Forest
Na\ arre


MHS Briefs and

Scholarship information


The Milton High Boy's Basketball Team is selling "'Welcome to the Panther Den" t-shirts for the_
2005-2006 basketball season for $10 each. All sizes are still available. Contact Coach- Short if you
wish to purchase one.

Attention Seniors: The FASFA (financial aid forms) are HERE See Mrs. Norton in guidance.
Seniors who are interested in going to UWF need to sign up ASAP in the guidanceoffice to-see"
the counselor from UWF who can give \ou acceptance on the spot. Don't miss out on the opportuni-.
ty.

Anention Seniors: The Florida Minerals and Chermistry council is sponsoring a scholarship to star
dent ".ho have a 3 0 GPA and a 21 composite on the ACT. Students must-have 6 course in mbath ai
science : Alg. 1, Alg. 2, Geometry, Trig, Ea Sp Sc. Biology, Chemistry .and Physics. Come by Ms:
Norton for the application. You must also have applied. toa school in Florida
Wal-Mart is sponsoring a San Walton Community scholarship. lif'isan online appUcationafromT
Nov. I to Jan 20. address :www.schoarshipadministrators.net access cide'('WCS) to 0riple~-applir.-
cauon. To find out more information log on to www.walmartfoundation.org ..

The Simon youth foundation (Cordova Mall) is sponsoring a scholarship.Applicatiiocia-be picl&'
up a Cordova mall or on the web site www.syf.org. Deadline is Dec.'lst. Factors that-,ire.,onsideT'.--
are Financial need. Academic record, unusual personal or family circumstances. See Ms/Norto yo
need more information

http:i/www.Scholarships cornm is a college and scholarship search any high school student or par-
ent might be interested in using.


MHS Girl's Soccer Schedule
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LOCATION
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TIME
5:30/ 7:30
5:30/ 7:30
5:30/ 7:30
2:00 Varsity Only
5:30/ 7:30
6:00 Varsity Only
5:30/ 7:30
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5:30/ 7:30
6:00 Varsity Ofily
6:00 Varsity Only
5:30!/7:30
5:30/ 7:30


TBA District Tournament: Jan. 16, 2006


Coaches:
Tracy Hodges
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Martine Mina
Paula Drinkard


odgest@'mail.santarosa.kl2.fl.us


'ork: 983-5600
ome: 981-9264


/ lmpodant Phone
Numbers for MHS
Main Office: 983-5600;
.. Main Office Fax 983-5610
Guidance: 983-5609
Guidance Fax: 983-5618;
Attendance :983-5608; Attendance Ans.
Machine-983-5658; Band: 983-5611
Weight Room: 983-5606;
Chorus:983-5613;
M. Rutledge: 983-5616;
Athletic Fax: 983-5614
or visit us at
www.santarosa.kl2.fl.us/mhs/ /


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Garrison Wesleg Mathews


My name is Garrison Wesley Mathews and I was born on March 22,2005. My daddy and mommy
are Wesley and Jessica Mathews and they are both teachers at Milton High School. I love to be
'spoiled by my grandparents, Clai ton and Sherry Roberson of Munson and Steve and Marguerite
Mathews of Allentown. My hobbies are eating, playing with my doggie Chole and attending basket-
ball games.


Maegan Dagne Grissorm


Hi, my name is Maegan. I am,2 years old and love to play outside
and watch Dora the Exlporer. I love spending time with my friends
and family.


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Pace Chamber of Commerce- Ribbon Cuttings


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Date: October 27, 2005
Name Business: Coastal Homes Realty Inc.
Name of Owner: Paul Jenkins
Address: 5211 C Hwy. 90, Pace Fl 32571
Phone: 850-994-0016
Fax: 850-994-0207
Email: rdeleon@coastalhomesrealty.com
Website: www.coastalhomesrealty.com
Services Provided: Real Estate Sales
Moto: ....Your Style of Life!
Future Goals: Expansion to neighbor counties


Date: September 27, 2005
Name Business: Fitzgerald & Brooks, P.A.
.Name of Owner: Ken Brooks
Address: 6839 Caroline Street
Milton, Florida 32570
Phone: 850-623-3605
Fax: 850-623-8990
Email: amiley@ fitzgerald-brooks.com
Website: \ ww.fitzer Ild-brook, .comn ,
Services Provided: A wide range of legal services from family law,
bankruptcy, criminal law, probate. social security disability, general lit-
igation, corporations, juvenile matters, and dependencies adoptions.
Future Goals: To Grow with Santa Rosa County into the next centu-
ry.
Additional Information: We have over 100 years of combined legal
experience.


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RANAE L. STEWART
Broker/Owner, ABR, CCIM, CRS
5345 Hwy. 90, Pace, FL


Business (850) 994-7744
Cellular (850) 324-3999
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We have been serving NORTHWEST FLORIDA SINCE 1988.
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Human Resources Employee Handbooks and More


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Me b(850) 995-7425


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SMerchants I

Celebrate

50th

Betty B. and John P '.
Merchant. Jr.. NM D.
Milton, celebrated their v
50th annilersar\ on
November 11. 2005 wth ^
their children at home Dr. ;
& Mrs. Merchant %ere
i married in Miami and ,
moied to Milton in "
December 1955
Dr Merchant retired ^
after 33 Nears in private ^
practice as an OB GYN.
SMrs. Merchant retired after
32 \ears from Berrnhill '
Elementary\ School %here .
she taught Third Grade and A
Computer Lab.
Dr. & Mrs. Merchant '
are the parents of Barbara
i Mrs Charlesi Wood. ,
Birmingham. AL. Janice '
Merchant, Decatur, GA. ,
John P. i.Reginai Merchant
III. Tallahassee and
Elizabeth Merchant. ,.
Hirakata CiOt. Osaka.
Japan The\ al.o ha\e 4
grandchildren Da is and I
A\er Wo\ood. Biniingham. '.
S AL and Ale\ and Victoria i
l Merchant. Tallahaswee. '/


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KofC to hold a hoop
contest at Milton HS
The Milton Knights of
Columbus will have a basketball
tree throw contest on Jan. 7,
2006
This contest is open to boys
and girls ages 10-14.
Kids will compete :against
their own age and gender group.
Prizes will be awarded at this
competition with winners pro-
gressing to regional, state, and
national competitions.
Official rules and entry forms
are available at the Knights of
Columbus website
www.kofc7027.org.
Or you can e-mail questions
to e_c_grillot@yahoo.com.
. The Stanley Cup is
coming to P'cola
The Stanley Cup is coming
to Pensacola for the Pensacola
Ice Pilots home.game Nov. 20
against the Augusta Lynx.
A tour of the ECHL franchis-
es began on Oct. 26 to help raise
money for hurricane relief efforts.
For more information on the
ECHL Stanley Cup Tour log on to
www.nhl.com.
PSA All-Star game
tickets on sale now
Tickets are on sale now for the
2nd annual Pensacola Sports
Association High School All-Star
Football Game.
This game will be held Dec. 16
at 7 p.m. at Escambia" County
High School and will feature high
school seniors from Escambia,
Santa Rosa, and Okaloosa coun-
ties.
Tickets are available at TBA for'
$5. Tickets will be $7 at the gate
on the night of the game.
Children ages 13 and under will
be $3.
For more information contact
the Pensacola Sports
Association at 434-2800.
PCA preparing for
13th Alumni Game
The Pensacola Christian
Academy invites its alumni to the
.13th an Alumni Basketball Game
to be held in the Warrior Gym on
Saturday Nov. 19 at 7 p.m.
A reception in honor of alum-
ni and their families will be held
immediately following the game.
Alimni interestedin playing
ball should contact Coach Grant
at 478-8483 ext. 5823
Pensacourt to hold
Bench Press Comp.,
Pensacourt will host its sec-
ond Bench Press Conpetition on
Dec. 3 from 8:30 a.m. to 11:30
a.m. during its open house at.
their Nine Mile Road location. '
Pensacourt's goal is to have;
a total of four tons or 8.000
pounds lifted during the contest.
with proceeds going towards
'Christmas presents for Hurricane
Katrina victims through the
American Red Cross.
The cost to enter is $20,
which includes a T-shirt, or $15
without the T-shirt.
Prizes will be awarded to teh
tbop three winners in age/weight
categories for both male and
female and all participants will be
eligible for door prizes.
All fitness levels age 13 and
over are encouraged to help out
this worth while cause.
PSA releases date for
Double Bridge Run
The Pensacola Sports
Association says mthe ninth annual
Double Bridge Run will rake
place Feb. 4, 2006.
SThe event will include a 15K
and 5K course and a junior 5K for
-Children under 14.
For more information, contact,
.the Pensacola Sports
Association at 434-2800.


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Girls tipoff with Pace stopping Milton

Central Lady Jags come up just short against Flomaton in home opener


Milton's NeLole Harper is looking tor some help as she is surround-
ed by Lady Patriots Erica Wright (#33), Samantha Lewis (#14), and,
Lindsey McDonald on Monday night at the Panther Den.


By BILL GAMBLING
PG Sports Editor
A slow start led to Milton's
demise as Pace spoiled the
Lady Panthers home opener 49-
40.
Pace and Milton traded bas-
kets early in the contest until
Pace's Ashley Fabery drained a
three with 4:36 remaining to
start a 12-2 run which saw the
Lady Patriots leading 16-6 at
the end of the first quarter.
The second quarter .was,
very quiet as both teams traded
baskets with Pace holding on to
its 10-point margin of 23-13 at
halftime.
Of the seven points scored
by Pace, Erica Wright scored
five of the seven for the quarter.
"We got out to a slow start,"
said acting Milton Head Coach
Stephanie Washington.,


Washingtoi is filling in for
Lady Panthers Head Coach
Chuck Douglas who has been
hospitalized due to a staph
infection.
"The girls fought back. but
they waited until it was too
late," said Washington.
With just over three min-
utes remaining in the game
Milton had whittled down the'
Lady Patriots lead to four, 38-
34.
But Surita Guyton and the.
Lady Patriots were not going to
have any of that as he hit her
second three pointer of the
game to make it 41-34.
Milton would make one
more push following a basket
and one of two from the charity
stripe by Nicole Harper to make
it 41-37.
"That is the way these girls


are capable of playing," said
first year Pace Head Coach
Chad Rowell. "We still have a
long way to go, this season.
"But the girls showed an
ability and knowledge to win."
Gu\ton led Pace and all
scorers on the night with 15
points while Wright added t12 in
a winning effort.
Centraya Nettle led Milton
with 10.
In the, fourth quarter Pace
went to the charity (stripe 16
times and connected on nine,
which was a touchy subject
with Washington after, the
game.
"We didn't get some of the
calls I thought we should have,"
said Washington. "In the fourth
quarter the fouls were 12-2.
"When we were called for
See, HOOPS, Pg. 2B


Pace and


Milton to


battle on


the road

D Milton and Pace
victories would set
up District I rematch


By BILL GAMBLING
PG Sports Editor


The dust has settled and so
have the heart rates on the west
side of Santa Rosa County.
After Milton's dominating
performance over Crestview
and Pace's lair for the dramatic
in their victor) over Ft. Walton
Beach it is down to District 1-
4A visiting District 3-4A.
Milton had trouble holding
onto the football in the begin-
ning against Crestview, but the
Panthers didn't get rattled.
"Our game against
Crest iew was very physical
and "e expected it to be," said
Milton Head Coach Mike
McMillion. "The key concern
for us was the early turnover.
"But we got over that and
did what we had to do the rest
of the game."
That same business like
attitude will serve them well
against .a very dangerous
Mosley High School team"
based out of Lynn Ha'en. Fla.
Before Friday's 27-24 win
over First Coast High of
Jacksonmille, the Dolphins (7-3)
had lost three of their last four
regular season games.
Two of those losses were
31-7 against Pace back on Oct.
7 and a 52-28 loss to Crest ,ie\w
on No%. 4.
Despite losing three of their
last four regular season games.
McMlillion isn't about to let his
charges look past the Dolphins.
%ho the\ will pla\ at 7:30 p.m.
See. PLAYOFFS, Pg. 3B


Pace's Chris Sorce scampers for critical yardage in a football game that went down to the wire as the Patriots survived a first round playoff
scare against the FL Walton Beach Vikings 32-28.
/ Press Gazette photo by Bill Gamblin


Barely agai n, Pats win


By JEFF EVERTS
Press Gazeite Sports T'riter


They're baaaack!
They Pace Patriot football
team spent most of the first half
of the season being affecuon-
ately referred to by friends.
fans, and family as the cardiac
kids.
The\ had a penchant for
waiting until late in games to
secure victories o\er their
opponents.


That all changed with a
mid-season visit from a highly
toured Lynn Haven MosleN
team whom the Patriots thor-
oughly routed and they went on
to dominate opponents for the
rest of the season.
On Friday night, the cardiac
kids were back as the Patriots
battled a spirited Fort Walion
Beach Vikings team until the
final :12.5 seconds of the game
when Pace scored the winning


touchdown to end their oppo-
nents hopes of advancing in the
state playoffs.
The final score came on
third and goal when Patriot
quarterback Chris Sorce, who
was scrambling for hii- life,
found wide receiver Mau Lewis
less than a foot inside the back
of the end zone for a touchdown
to gile the home team a
thrilling 32-28 %ictor'.
The game's ending left


Pace Head Coach Mickey
Lindsey shaking his head and
saying, "Unbelievable."
Sorce probably summed it
up best %%hen he said, "I don't
know what to say, somehow we
found a %way to win."
The first round playoff
game. with a Fort Walton team
that came in with a 4-5 record.
was a battle from the outset
And, much like their
See. PACE. Pg. 3B


Milton takes the bite out of Crestview


By KYLE WRIGHT
Special to the Press Gazette


CRESTVIEW With two
flicks of his arm. Milton quar-
terback Dustin Land kept the
Panthers' football season alive.
Land threw a pair of touch-
down passes in the final six
minutes to rally Milton to a 27-
17 victory at Crestview on
Friday in a Region 1-4A quar-
terfinal in Jack Foster Stadium.
"We had talked about how
if things weren't going our wa\.
we had to keep our heads up."
Panthers coach Mike
McMillion said. "That's what
the\ did tomnght."
Milton t8-3) advances to
play Mosle\ a team
Crestview beat 52-28 in the reg-


ular season finale in the
regional semifinals. Crestview
finishes 7-3.
Crestview appeared poised
to avenge a 20-3 regular season
loss at Milton when Reggie
Speights scored from 15 yards
out on a screen pass with 6:55
to go.
The TD put the Bulldogs in
front 17-14 And Milton's
offense had managed minus-
fi'e yards on its pre ious two
possessions.
"'We just thought. 'We've
got to do this,'" Milton senior
lineman Keven Bradshaw said.
"Keep it up. No letdowns. One
heartbeat."
The Panthers needed just 69
seconds to turn things around.


Keenan Tillman got behind
the Dawg defense and hauled in
a 67-Nard TD pass to put Milton
back in front at 20-1 7 w ith 5:46
to go.
"They did a good job and
made big plays." Crestiie%"
coach Matt Brunson said. "\\'We
had chances to make big plays.
We just didn't make enough."
Crestview immediately
drove back into Mitlton territo-
ry, but gave up the ball on
downs at the Panther 42.
Four plays later. Land
snaked a 24-yard pass past a
Crestview' defender and into the
hands of Robert Carson for the
game-clinching score.
"It was just an intense high
school football game.,"


McMillion said. "Both teams
played hard, and you hate for
one team to get beat."
The first half ended %with the
teams dead even. Both teams
had seven points. Both had 95
Nards total offense.
Crest iew grabbed the early
lead by taking advantage of a
brief case of Milton butterfin-
gers. Stephon Thrash recovered
a Kyle Conrad fumble on the
Panthers' first offensive play.
Twenty yards and file Speights
carries later, the Dawvgs had a 7-
0 lead.
Milton made its first serious
dent into CHS territory with a
41-yard screen pass from Land
to Conrad midway through the
See. PAN I IIRS. Pg. 3B


II


Section B








Wednesday, November 16, 2005


Sports


Daysha Entinger shoots tor two during Lentral's nome opener
against Flomaton on Monday night. The Lady Canes defeated the
Lady Jags 53-41..
Press Gazette photo by Bill Gamblin


Hoops
Continued From Page One
fouling Pace they were shoot-
ing the double bonus, but when
we were fouled we got to take
the ball out."
Some of Milton's foul
problems in the second half
could have 'been because they
turned up the pressure with its
press.
"We had a lot of steals
because of the press," said
Washington. "But we couldn't
take advantage of the opportu-
nity.
"We executed our 'offense
and got the shot, but the ball
just didn't go in."
Unofficially the Panthers
won the battle of the boards 32-
28.
In an earlier junior varsity
contest Milton defeated Pace
41-18.
Breanna Oubre led the
Lady Panthers with 14, while
Kristina Lewis led Pace with
eight.
In other opening night
action it was Flomaton defeat-
ing Central 53-41.
At halftime the Lady Canes
were leading the Lady Jaguars
28-17.
The leading scorer for
Central was Jill Massey with
five.
Additional information on
this game was not available at
press time.

Story written by
'Bill Gamblin. Reach him
at sports@srpressgazette.com.


, M.O ,.- -0


Central High
School

Boys Basketball

Nov 17 Central @ Milton 8
p.m.
Nov.19 Central vs. Jay at
Milton 5 p.m.,

Jay High School

Boys Basketball

Nov. 17 Gulf Breeze vs. Jay
at Milton 5 p.m.
Nov. 19 Jay vs. Central at
Milton 5 p.m.
Girls Basketball


Nov. 19 Milton vs. Jay 6:30
p.m.

Milton High
-School
Boys Basketball'

Nov. 17 Central vs Milton
at 8 p.m.
Nov. 19 Pace vs. Milton at
8 p.m.
Boys Soccer

Nov. 17 Woodham vs.
Milton at 6 p.m.

Pace High School

Boys Soccer


7:30 p.m.
Girls Soccer

Nov. 17 Choctaw vs. Pace
7:30 p.m.
Boys Basketball

Nov. 17 Navarre vs.
Pace at Milton 6:30 p.m.
Nov. 19 Pace vs Milton at
Milton 8 p.m.

Girls Basketball

Nov. 17 Jay vs. Pace 7 p.m.
Nov. 19 Pace @ Pine
Forest 7 p.m.
Wrestling
N 10c Q ) acsmn Onenor-


Nov. 17 Jay @ Pace 6:30 V-I-,-,
p.m. Nov. 17 Pace @ Tate Quad 11 a.m.


During the girls pre-season tourney at Milton High School everyone was wanting to battle for the loose
ball, which is evident in this photo during the Pensacola Catholic and Milton Lady Panthers game
Saturday.
Press Gazette photo by Bill Gamblin


Catholic downs Milton in girls tourney;!


boys tourney starts Thursday at Milton


By BILL GAMBLING
PG Sports,Editor
One tournament is down
with Pensacola Catholic down-
ing the host Lady Panthers of
Milton 68-42 on Saturday
night.
It was a, night were Milton
just couldn't get off to a quick
enough start as the Lady,
Crusaders turned a 11-0 lead
three minutes into the first quar-
ter to a 25-7 margin after the
first eight minute period.
"We made some adjust-
ments, but it was a little too late
before we realized what was
going on," said acting Milton
Head Coach Stephariie
Washington. "Defensively we
went to a box and one to focus
on (Sara Gibson).
"But when we did that the
other players on the team got
hot and started scoring."
Gibson had 22 points at the
end of the first half en route to a
27-point performance to lead
all scorers. The next highest
scorer for the Lady Crusaders
was Amber Ingram with 8,
Milton was led in scoring
by Takia Barnes with 11 points
while NeCole Harper added 10.
The biggest problem to
plague the Lady Panthers was
their shooting from the charity
stripe as connected on 1O-of-26,
and l-of-7 in the final quarter.
"Tonight we didn't execute
like we should have," said
Washington. "Another problem
we had was not getting the calls
we should have."
In the first game of the
evening Pace defeated. Central


2005 Santa
Rosa County
Tip-Off Classic

Thursday Nov. 17
5 p.m.
Gulf Breeze vs. jay
6:30 p.rti.
Navarre vs. Pace
8 p.m.-
Central vs. tyilton

Saturday Nov. 19
5 p.m.'
jay vs. Central
6:30 p.m,
Gulf Breeze vs. Navarre
8 p.m. .
Pace vs.. Miltodn


51-23.
.Pace took a quick 8-0
lead in the first quarter until
Katie Oakes scored with 27
seconds remaining in the
period.
But the Lady Jags were
not going to pack it' in early
as they trimmed the Lady
Patriots lead to four at half-
time 17-13.
The lead almost was a
single point, but Oakes des-
peration shot at the buzzer
could only draw iron.
In the second half Pace
answered the bell and liter-
ally shut down the Central
offense by going on a 32-10
scoring spree.


Brake cor


"Central is a fundamen-
tally sound team that is well
coached," said Pace Head
Coach Chad Rowell follow-
ing the game. "They will get
after you and work hard.
"I knew this game was-
n't gong to be a blow out.
Erica Wright wh0
accounted for seven of her
game high 15 points in the
third quarter led Pace.
Ashley Fabery was next
for Pace with 9.
Oakes led the Lady Jags
in scoring with eight.
"We played a better first
half that we did the night
before," said Central Head
Coach Scott Campbell, who
is in his first year with the
Lady Jaguars. "In the sec-
ond half we couldn't handle
their pressure defense.
"And when Daysha
(Enfinger) got in foul trou-
ble that was it."
With the girls preseason
tourney out of the way,
Milton High will be buzzing
with basketballradtionr-gain
on Nov. 17 and 19 as they
host the 2005 Santa 'Rosa
County Tip-Off Classic.
This tournament will
feature all six Santa Rosa
County Schools, with each
team playing two games.m
Admission for the games
will be $5 per person.
Story written by
Bill Gamblin. Reach him
at sports @ srpressgazette.coMi


itrols a


rough week at 8-2


By BILL GAMBLING
PG Sports Editor


This week's football con-
test look quite a bit easier than
it was.
Only ten players finished'
better than .500 with Mayhew
Brake leading the way at 8-2.
The 'Old Ball Coach' Steve
Spurrier and Troy having trou-
ble scoring on Arkansas State
slowed Brake.
That wasn't too' bad since
most players were stung by
Auburn defeating Georgia.
I I guess everyone forgot the
fact the road, team seems to
have the advantage in this
match up most of the time and
Iowa St. defeating Colorado.
The closest to Brake's mark
of 8-2 were Wade Miller, Pam
Burroughs, and F.C..Brake Jr.,
who both finished at 7-3.
Miller .was done in by the
two games I mentioned along
with South Carolina, while
Iowa St., S. Carolina, Arkansas,
South Carolina, and Western
Kentucky tripped up
Burroughs, and the Bengal
Tigers of Louisiana State got
F.C. Brake, Jr.
Not far behind at 6-4 on the
week were Shelen Kennedy,
Doris Luther, Shawn Hill,
Glenn Chavers, Richard
McNew, Donna Miller, Bema
Faust, and Scott Miller.
The largest pack of the
week was those who finished at
5-5.


Paul C. Tate, Larry
Culpepper, R.D. WilliamS,
Murray Rutledge, Mike Luther,
Keith Kirchharr, Martha
Chavers, Jerry Miller, Ronald
Taylor, and Noreen Hill treadedd
Water by finishing at 5-5.
Finishing in a pack at 4-6
on the week were Martin Brake,
LynRae Johnson, Dustin
Lutehr, Sharon Taylor, arind
DeWayne Queen.
John Bell had a week 1e
would probably rather forget
finishing at 3-7.
Yet again this week there
will be some interesting games
to study with the rivalry games
such as the Iron Bowl between
Alabama and Auburn, and the
big match up between
Michigan and Ohio State.
Other questions to ponder
this week is will Spurrier take
the Gamecocks to 8-3 this sea-
. son when they host Clemson
and has Joe Pa found the magic
again in Happy Valley as the
Nittany Lions play for the outt-
right Big 10 title?
Also keep your eyes out for
the ultimate pick'em contest, as
you will get the opportunity to
pick all the bowl games coming
up.
I won't let what the special
prize for the winner will be, but
the winner will be .ready to cel-
ebrate in style.
Story written by
Bill Gamblin. Reach him
at -sports @srpressgazette.com


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The Santa Rosa Press Gazette


Sports


iPlayoffs
Continued From Page One
St Tommy Oliver Stadium in
,?anama City.
"Mosley is very explosive
wvith great talent," said
_4cMillion. "Overall they have
god size and speed.
,' "Defensively we have to
really work on containing their
sacks. "
s' The Dolphins have proven,
Srlier this season they have the
offensive power in the backfield
as they amassed over 600 yards
4.ushing against Early County
iigh School from Blakely, Ga.
"i But besides making sure
tiey can stop Mosley, Milton
,iust make sure they get the job
done themselves.
: "We have to continue to
limit our turnovers," said
*4cMillion. "The key for us is
fr our defense to play hard and
r offense to make the plays
; necessary for us to have a
chance to move on in the play-
offs."
Speaking of moving -on in
;the 4A playoffs, Pace's road
averted a major pitfall Friday
b y defeating Ft. Walton Beach
.2-28 on a touchdown with just
over 12 seconds remaining in
regulation.
Now the Patriots 11-0 must
.prepare for the team they have
!een even with in recent state
0olls for 4A in Lincoln
Wallahassee.
Lincoln has two state titles
to its credit with the last one
occurring in 2001.
; So Pace will definitely
,have its work cut out for
i.them. as they will be facing a
team whose only loss this
season was to Daphne, Ala.,
'who was a 2004 state champi-
on.
,; "They are a very, very
good football team," said
Pace Head Coach Mickey
*findsey. "They also have
great team speed which will
i'ave to contain with our
defense."
: Lindse\ knows for the
-Patriots to have, .a chance to
Advance they must play their
game.


0 Y


Milton (8-3) at
Mosley (7-3)
Driving Directions to Tommy
Oliver Stadium in Panama City
From Milton take Highway 90
east to State Road 8" and tu.rn
right. Take State Roac 87 South
to US-98 INa.arre Parkta MI.
Turn Left and head east on US-
98 through Ft. Walton Beach
and Destin until you gel to
Panama Crt. Please be advised
there ,will be a lot of construc-
tion at Panam.a City Beach
%here ;he overpass is being
built. Stay on US-98 and go owner
the Hathawa\ Bridge \ou %\ill
pass Gulf Coast Communit\
College un your Left. On
Highwa 98 ',ou %\ill approach a
live-way intersection of Highvway
231, Business 98, and Harrison
Avenue Turn right on Harrison
Avenue and Tomm', Oliher
Stadium is two blocks on the lelt
behind Bay High School.

Pace (11-0) at
Lincoln (9-1)
Driving Directions to Cox
Stadium in Tallahassee.
Take 1-10 east bound untl 'ou
reach Tallahassee. Take the
Highua, 27 e\it and turn right
(south) towards the state capitol.
You will stay on Highvwa\ 27
past the capitol and \\ill be look-
ing for Paul Russell Road. Turn
left on Paul Russell Road. After
turning left the Leon County
Fairgrounds and Co\ Stadiumrn
Will be on your right.


"We have got to establish
our running game," said
Lindsey. "For us to have a
shot we have to play our foot-
ball game."
Besides containing the
Lincoln speed, Pace must
contain period.
"We must contain them
on defense," said Lindsey.
They run their offense out of
the shotgun.
"On Friday youi will defi-
nitely see two different, .style
teams."
Game time between Pace


Pace


Continued From Page One
encounter in the first game of
the season, the Vikings took the
game to the Patriots early.
After stopping the Patriots
on their opening drive, the
Vikings took the ball over on
their own 24-yard line and pro-
ceeded to march down the field
capping the drive with an 8-
yard touchdown run to give the
visitors the advantage 7-0.
Pace managed to return the
favor on their next drive led by
Sorce who completed a 28-yard
pass to Jakob Dwyer and run-
ning the ball on a quarterback
keeper for another 14 yards.
John Mark Patrick finished
the drive with an acrobatic, div-
ing 8-yard touchdown run man-
aging to reach the ball around
the goal line marker as he flew
over the defenders.
With the score now tied 7-
7, the Pace defense dug in and
shut the Vikings down on three
plays forcing them to. punt,
which Bear Comer returned to
the Fort Walton 23-yard line.
The Patriots were unable to
move the ball however, and
were forced to settle for a 35-
yard Ryan Strang field goal to
put Pace in front 10-7.
The lead didn't last long
though as the Vikings returned
the ensuing kickoff 93 yards for
a touchdown putting the visitors
back in front 14-10.
The Vikings would score
again before halftime on a 78-
yard touchdown pass to make
the score 21-10 at the intermis-


and Lincoln will, be at 7:30
- Stadium, which some might
recognize as Capitol
Stadium, in Tallahassee.
The winner of the Pace
and Lincoln contest will host
the third round of the playoffs
on Nov. 25, but virtue of them
being a district champion and
Milton and Mosley were dis-
trict runner-ups.
Story written by
Bill Gamblin. Reach him
at sports@srpressgazette.com


sion.
For the second week in a
row, Lindsey was able to fire up
his players in the locker room
and they came out a different
team to start the second half.
After stopping Fort Walton
on their opening drive, the
Patriots took over on their own
20-yard line and marched down
the field again led by Sorce and
Patrick.
The pair accounted for all
80 yards in the drive capped by
a Sorce 14-yard touchdown run
and a two-point conversion to
bring the Patriots back to with
three at 21-18.
Both teams defenses then
took over for the next 15 min-
utes of the game before a bad
Fort Walton punt gave Pace the
ball on the Viking 32-yard line.
The Patriots ran a six play
drive capped by Patrick's sec-
ond touchdown of the night on
an 8-yard run to put the home
team ahead 25-21 with 4:32 left
in the game.
The game then got interest-
ing for both teams.
After receiving the kickoff,
the Vikings scored on their first
play from scrimmage on a 77-
yard touchdown pass to put Fort
Walton back in front 28-25 with
only 24 seconds having lapsed
from the clock.
Pace took the following
kickoff and started marching
down the field before Sorce
threw an interception, which
saw the Vikings take over on
their own 21-yard line with


only 1:34 left in the game and
Pace's chances of advancing in
the pla offs disappearing. 1
That's when controversy
entered the game.
With Fort Walton lined up
in the victory formation to run
out the clock, the referees ruled
the Viking center had moved
the ball leading to a fumble,
which the Patriots recovered on
the Fort Walton 33-yard line.
The call by the referees led
to a chorus of remarks and boos
coming from Fort Walton'
coaches, players, and fans.
The Patriots capitalized on
their good fortune when Sorce
hit Riley Hawkins with a 31-
yard pass play to the Viking 2-
yard line leading to the game-
winning touchdown.
"The way it happened, we
got robbed. We didn't snap the
ball, but the ref said the ball
moved," said Viking Head
Coach Mike Owens.
"It's the worst call I have
seen in 21 years of coaching
football. My kids played too
hard to have a game taken from
them like this."
Lindsey could do nothing
other than praise his team's
character. ,
"These kids are something
else, they never quit," he said.
"The Lord keeps blessing'
us and I don't know why."
Patrick echoed his coaches
comments, "I can't believe they
fumbled, it's the Lord."
"My offensive line did great
blocking for me. Words can't


say how happy I am," he con-
tinued.


Panthers


Continued From Page One
second quarter. The Panthers
tied it three plays later on
Emory Allen's nine-yard TD
scamper to the left side.
Conrad opened the second
half with a 45-yard run to the
Crestview 14 with all 45 of
those yards after major contact
at the line of scrimmage.
Conrad scored on a 13-yard
pass a few moments later, giv-


ing Milton its first lead at 1"4-7.
"Conrad had some great
runs," McMillion said.
Crestview dominated the
next two exchanges of posses-
sions. The Bulldogs got within
four points on Nick Jewell's
25-yaid field goal late in the
third quarter. Crestview
regained the lead when
Speights catch-and-run
capped a 12-play, 59-yard


drive.
Land and Milton took it all
away in a matter of moments.
"We're glad to keep
going," Bradshaw said. "We
worked so hard over the sum-
mer, and everything is paying
off."

Story written by
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2005 FHSAA Class 4A Football
Championship games this
Friday:
Pace (11-0) at Tallahassee
Lincoln (9-1)
Milton (8-3) at Mosley (Lynn
Haven) (7-3)
Nease (Ponte Vedra Beach) (9-
2) at Ne%\ Smyrna Beach (8-3)
Rockledge ("-31 at Gainesille
Eaqstide 19-21
Tampa letferson 18-31 at Winter
Ha\en (8-3)
Tampa Plant 19-21 at Arm%%ood
iSefiner 1 101)
Boca Raton 16-.4 at Miami
Edison 14--1I
D%%',er (Palm Beach Gardens)
(10-0) at Miami Washington 18-
01
Last Friday's scores:
Pace 32, Ft. Walton Beach 28
Tallahassee Lincoln 49,
lackson\ille Lee 33
Milton 27, Crestview 17
Mosley IL\nn Ha'en) 27,
lackson\ ille First Coast 24
Nease 63, Leesburg 20
Ne%% Smyrna Beach 31,
Springstead (Spring Hill) 12
Gainesille Eastside 14.
Ridge% iew (Orange Park) 7
Rockledge 23, Tarpon Springs
21
Tampa lefferson 30. Bradenton
Southeast 23
Winter Haven 21. Tampa
Hillsborough 20
Tampa Plant 14. Bradenton
Ba,,shore 7
Arm\iood 44, Middleton .7
Boca Raton 41, Ft. Pierce
Westwood 24
Miami Edison 42, Lehigh (Lehigh
Acresl 2
Dwyver (Palm 'Beach Gardens)
41, Sebastian River (Sebastian) 0
Miami Washington 48, Barron
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The East Milton Arena was the site of two times horse events this past Saturday and Sunday. Members of the Blackwater Saddle Club hosted a times horse show and an open 3-
D barrel race. Pictured to the left is the first division winner Traci Ranson riding her horse Bruddaletsroll. Ranson, who recently competed in the NBHA Worlds on her horse
Cash, took the opportunity on Sunday during an exhibition period to get Bruddaletsroll used to running the barrel pattern and being inside an arena.


On Saturday the Blackwater
Saddle Club held their times
horse show and 3-D Open
Barrel Racing Event in which
Larry Peterson won the senior
division, Jennica Smallwood won
juniors, Haley Hancock won the
intermediate, Hannah Lee won
the beginner division, there was
a tie between two children in
the pee wee division, and Katrina
Smith won the easy rider class.
The Blackwater Saddle Club
-would like to honor these non-
members who won the pee wee
division for the skill they showed
at the timed events on Saturday
and would appreciate a call so
they can prepare the trophies.
Finishing order of the 3-D event
Division 1
1. Traci Ranson 17.844
2. Kristen Allender 18.045
3. Connie Oglesby 18.069
Division 2
1. Anita Knight 19.112
2. Samantha Windham 19.374
3. ,Linda Nelson 19.403
Division 3
1. Jennifer Anderson 20.388
2. Laura English 20.446
3. Samantha Windham 21.186
Sunday's events sponsored by
the Santa Rosa County Fair
4-D Open
Division 1
1. Gene Devine
2. Robin Cooper
3. Sharon Vaughn
4. Austin Coleman
Division 2
1. Jamie Minchew
2. Traci Ranson
3. Katie Jones
4. Shea Simmons
Division 3
1. Kristen Allender
2. Jodi Sears
3. Angela Ranson
4. Cindy Lowery
Division 4
1. George Goergiades
2. Beth Nelson
3. Connie Oglesby
4. Summer Huff
Youth 3-D (18 and under)
Division
1. Shea Simmons
2.. Shea Simmons
3. Jennica Smallwood
Division 2
1. Molly Busby
2. Samantha Windham
3. Brandi Enfinger
Division 3
1. Katlyn Richardson
2. Amanda Richburg
3. Brittany Richburg


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(Left) Anita Knight is all
smiles about the day
ahead as 'she saddles
her horse Jag prior to
the competition on
Sunday. (Below) Also
enjoying a Sunday
while warming up their
horses are Sonja Jones
and her horse King
(left) and Brenda Crane
and her horse Miska, a
26 yer old mare.


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404 COMMERCIAL
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410 MOBILE HOMES
412 ROOMS FOR RENT
414 ROOMMATES WANTED
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.STATE AUCTION
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experience in diag-
nostics and drivabil-
ity. Apply in person
at 4916 Glover
Lane in Milton. No
phone calls please.


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$ $ $ $
Top Pay
Concrete Finishers/
Formsetters.
needed for
immediate
permanent
employment
Need Apply
(850) 368-5629
$ $ $ $
$600 WEEKLY
working through the
government part-
time. No experience.
A lot of Opportuni-
ties. (800)493-3688
Code J-14.
92 CPM + fuel sur-
charge, Zero Down
Lease Purchase $1
Buyout. No Credit
Check. Pete's
Freightliners, KW &
Internationals. No
Haz Mat Required.
CALL (800)528-
3675.
ATTENTION: NEED
29 bilingual people
to lose 10-20 lbs this
month. 1-800-927-
7751.
COMPANY AND
0/0 needed 87
cents per mile all
dead head paid +
fsc. Call Don Salts-
man CTC Trucking
Inc. (321)639-1522.


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DRIVER- NOW HIR-
ING QUALIFIED
DRIVERS for Cen-
tral Florida Local &
National OTR posi-
tions. Food grade
tanker, no hazmat,
no pumps, great
benefits, competitive
pay & new equip-
ment. Need 2 years
experience. Call By-
num Transport for
your opportunity to-
day. (800)741-7950.


SANTA ROSA COUNTY
HUMAN RESOURCES
EMPLOYMENT
ANNOUNCEMENT


ATTENTION: The information given on your
application will be evaluated against the mini-
mum qualifications of the job description. The
length of related work experience, training and
education described on your application, will
be an important consideration in the entire
application and selection process. After all
applications are evaluated, your name will be
placed on the employment list; ranked accord-
ingly.
Other than this announcement, no further
notification will be sent.
********** **** *********** *************
**** Computer Support Assistant (4410)
Range: 12 $ 9.70 per hour
**11/14/05 11/21/05**
Note: All experience and/or educational
requirements must be clearly documented on
application before qualification for employ-
ment is determined.
Minimum Oualifications (Must Be Attained'
Before the Closing Date)
HS/GED. (3) yrs exp in the operation of a PC.
(2) yrs exp with Microsoft Word, and Excel.
Preference will be given to applicants with
computer hardware, support experience.
Preference will be given to applicants with at
least one year of Microsoft Access 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.

Kennel Tech I (8560)
Range: 10 $ 9.23 per hour
**11/14/05 11/21/05**
.Note: All experience and/or educational
requirements must be clearly documented on
application before qualification for employ-
ment is determined.
Minimum Oualifications (Must Be Attained
Before the Closing Date)
HS/GED. (3) months exp in the care, control
and humane methods of handling animals.
LICENSE: Applicant must have a valid
Florida Driver's License at the date of hire and
maintain said license while employed in this
position.

Computer Services Assistant (9185)
Range: 9 $ 9.01 per hour
**11/14/05 11/21/05**
Note: All experience and/or educational
requirements must be clearly documented on
application before qualification for employ-
ment is determined.
Minimum Oualifications (Must Be Attained
Before the Closing Date)
HS/GED. (6) months exp in the technical
aspects of document imaging and code table
preparation and maintenance relating to the
Office of Clerk of Courts. LICENSE:
Applicant must have a valid State of Florida
Driver's License at the date of hire and main-
tain said license while employed in this posi-
tion.

Veterans Services Officer (6015)
Range: 22 $ 30,699.05 $ 33,886.01
DOQ
**11/14/05 11/21/05**
Note: All experience and/or educational
requirements must be clearly documented on
application before qualification for employ-
ment is determined.
Minimum Oualifications (Must Be Attained
Before the Closing Date)
Bachelors Degree in Business Administration
or related field. (4) yrs exp counseling, inter-
viewing, public or business administration or
handling veteran affairs. In accordance with
Florida Statutes 292.05 and 292.07 an employ-
ee in this class "shall be a resident of the State;
must have served as a member of the Armed
Forces of the United States; and must have
been separated from such service under honor-
able conditions".

Director of Santa Rosa Libraries (3307)
Range: 35 $ 58,337.18 $ 71,078.20
DOQ
**Open Until Filled**
RESUMES ONLY
Minimum Qualifications (Must Be Attained


Before the Closing Date)
Master's degree in Library Science from a
University accredited by the American Library
Association; (6) yrs exp in management of a
multi-library system with experience in library


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HELP WANTED
Welder Fabricator
And Helpers
Must be able to read
blue prints. Weld all
types of metals
Aluminum, Steel,
Brass.
Have a Valid Drivers
License. We Build
Orimental 'Iron Fenc-
ing, Railing, spiral
stairways.
Metal Design
'983-3007


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


operations, budgeting, and employee supervi-
sion; or any equivalent combination of educa-
tion, training, and experience which provides
the requisite knowledge, skills, and abilities for
this job.

Planner I (6037)
Range: 23 $ 32,253.19 $ 35,601.49
DOQ
**Open Until Filled**
Note: All experience and/or educational
requirements must be clearly documented on
application before qualification for employ-
ment is determined.
Minimum Qualifications (Must Be Attained
Before the Closing Date)
Bachelor's degree in Urban and Regional
Planning, Environmental Science, Architecture,
Landscape Architecture, or related field and 1
year of relevant planning and zoning experi-
ence, or Master's degree in Urban and
Regional Planning or related field and no expe-
rience. 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 '3$ 35,601.49 $ 39,297.38
DOQ
**Open Until Filled**
Note: All experience and/or educational
requirements must be clearly documented on
application before qualification for employ-
ment is determined.
Minimum Oualifications (Must Be Attained
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 experi-
ence, or a Master's Degree in Urban and
Regional Planning or related field and 1 year of
relevant planning and zoning 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 III (6035)
Range: 27 $ 39,297.38 $ 43,376.94
DOQ
**Open Until Filled**
Note: All experience and/or educational
requirements must be clearly documented on
application before qualification for employ-
ment is determined.
Minimum Qualifications (Must Be Attained
Before the Closing Date)
Bachelor's degree in Urban and Regional
Planning. Environmental Science, Architecture,
Landscape Architecture, or related field and 4
years of relevant planning and zoning experi-
ence, or Master's degree in Urban and
Regional Planning or related field and 2 years
of relevant planning and zoning 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.

Testing will be held on Thursday December
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 November
28, 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
RETIRED 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 documents are not in by the close
date, your application will not be submitted
for consideration. In an effort to further assist
applicants, we offer the ease of applying online
at www.santarosa.fl.gov. Complete job
descriptions and applications are also available
at the Santa Rosa County Human Resources
Office, 6495 Caroline Street, Suite H, Milton,
FL 32570, phone (850) 9.83-1948, Fax (850)
981-2003. Veteran's Preference will be given
in accordance with Florida Statutes.

A Drug Free Workplace/EQUAL OPPOR-
TUNITY EMPLOYER


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CLEANING PER-
SON Needed. Seri-
ous long term em-
ployment applicants
only. Must be relia-
ble & dependable.
Must have car avail-
able. Call 994-1785.


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Updated Pay Scale
$1,200 sign-on
Bonus. Bridge Toll
Reimbursement.
Please apply in
person to:
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& Retirement Center
3387 Gulf Breeze
Pkwy, Gulf Breeze,
FL, 32563
call:850-932-9257
or fax 850-932-5989
www.deltahealth
group.com
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The Heritage
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'"Committed to Caring"


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year experience with
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CNA
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PACE WALMART
, now hiring part-time
& temporary position
weekend &
evenings
a must. Great bene-.
fits. Apply within the
pace Walmart. Ab-
solutely no phone
calls please.
PUBLISHER'S
NOTICE
Milton Newspapers,
Inc. (dba The Santa
Rosa Press Gazette
arid The Santa Rosa
Free Press) re-
serves the right to
censor, reclassify,
revise, edit or reject
any advertisement
not meeting its
standards of accept-
ance. Submission of
an advertisement
does not constitute
an agreement to
publish said adver-
tisement. Publication
of an advertisement
does not constitute
an agreement for
continued publica-
tion.
SEMI-RETIRED
PERSON for inspec-
tions $200-$300 per
week. Part-time in
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Rosa. Fax #352-
799-1225.

TV TECHNICIAN'
needed for local
electronics repair
shop. Experience
required. Call
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TELLER- PART
time- First National
Bank of Florida has
a part-time teller po-
sition available in
the Pace Office.
Monday, Thursday
and Friday 7:45 a.m.
to 5:30 p.m. and ro-
tating Saturdays
7:45 a.m. to 12:15
p.m. Prior experi-
ence preferred but if
you have cashier or
retail sales experi-
ence and excellent
customer service
skills, we are willing
to. train. Applica-
tions will be accept-
ed from 9:00 a.m.
until 3:30 p.m. at the
Milton Office- locat-
ed at 6512 Caroline
Street. Fax (850)
626-8631. AA/EOE
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850-598-3018
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315
Business Services
ABOVE & Beyond
Tree Service. Li-
censed and Insured.
Free Estimates.
Don't wait until its
too late. We also of-
fer stump grinding
and Bobcat serv-
ices. Kevin Frey
(850) 983-7820. Call
us...or pay morel
ALL ACCIDENTS &
'Injury claims. Auto-
mobile,
bike/boat/bus, ani-
mal bites, workers
compensation,
wrongful death,
nursing home inju-
ries "Protect your
Rights", A-A-A Attor-
ney Referral Serv-
ices (800) 733-5342.
ANN BARNHILL
TRUCKING Dirt
Work, Asphalt,
Limestone Rock,
Driveways. Call for
price. (850) -623-
3461 (850) 232-
0670. Free Esti-
matesi
ARTIE KELLER
STUCCO. Licensed
and Insured. Con-
ventional and Syn-
.thetic Systems. No
job to big nor to
small. Call 698-8327
or 626-9164.
B & B Home Im-
provements and Vi-
-nyl Siding. 25 Years
Experience. Free
Estimates. Licensed
and insured. 850-
981-3936, anytime.
BUDGET HOUSE
Painting- Insured &
Licensed. Call Andy
@ 850-304-9680.


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FINANCIAL
Leading financial
institution approving
small business,
mortgage, vehicle,
and personal loans.
Immediate
response. Give us a
call at
1 (800) 419-1599
or apply online at
www.capitaltrust
financial.com

COKER'S LAWN &
TRACTOR Service,
.from trimming to
tractor work. Clean
ups, raking, hauling,
mowing, bushhog-
ging, dirt work. Rea-
sonable rates, free
estimates (850)'
529-0434 or (850)
623-0493. Licensed
& insured.
DAY BY Day Quality
Fencing. Competi-
tive 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.
DIRT CHEEP
Cleaning Service.
"HOLIDAY SPE-
CIAL" One deep
clean $10 discount
with ad. Homes,
condos, offices. Call
384-2388
DOUBLE "B" Land
Clearing. Backhoe
Work. Licensed and
Insured. Bryen Bal-
lard. (850)994-5740
or (850)232-1581.
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: 850-995-5090
Cell: 850-501-0519
FIRST CLASS
Home Repair. Roof
repair, painting,
pressure washing,
also mobile home
repair. Over 50
years experience.
Free Estimates. Call
Robert at 626-2093
or 777-7161.
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*Driveways
Free estimates,
no job too small.


Quality work at
affordable prices.
994-0897.

MOBILE HOME
Brokers. Major and
minor repairs. Re-
roof, patio covers,
screen rooms, level-
ing, locally owned,
operated. Free esti-
mates. 100% Fi-
nancing WAC. Call
857-1051.
NEED A LAWYER?
All Criminal Defense
& Personal Injury.
*Felonies Domes-
tic Violence Misde-
meanors* DUI* Traf-
fic Auto Accident*
Wrongful death.
"Protect your Rights"
A-A-A Attorney Re-
ferral Service (800)
-733-5342.
NEW CONCRETE
Construction
Patios Driveways-
Slabs
Also Restore and
Decorate Damaged
Concrete
(850) 368-5629'
NEW HOPE PAINT-
ING & WALLPA-
PERING *Drywall
repairs & patchwork
*Pressure cleaning
(homes, decks, pa-
tios, driveways .&
sidewalks) *Carpen-
try work (crown
molding, paneling,
trim base & case, in-
stall cabinets & build
decks) Residential.
Interior/Exterior.
Family owned busi-
ness, over 30 years.
Call The Ericksens
today (850)723-
2550 or 623-6034

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Worksheet (80) 434-7524
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315
Business Servicesi
HUSEBY FLOOR
covering. Installing
Hardwood & Lami-
nate Flooring, sand
and refinishing. Rea-
sonable Rates. Li-
censed & Insured.
Call for quote 850-
994-7561' or 490-
0404.
IRENE'S PET Care
Pet Sitting
Boarding
Dog Walking
19 yrs. in Rescue
Milton, Florida
(850)981-1007
J & C Construction.
Vinyl Siding, Insula-
tion, handyman &
Remodeling.
Lic#9840044249.
Locally Owned, Li-
censed & Insured.
20 Years Experi-
ence. 994-4426.
LAND CLEARING/
Dozer/Tractor work
Specializing in col-
vert installation "&
Driveways. Leveling,
root raking, bushog-
ging, disking: Equip-
ment and material
transport available.
By the Job or by the
hour. Call for 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.
LYNNE HOUGH
Photography Photo-'
Restoration & Stor-,
age. 48 hourtum-.
around time on CD
or email 8 mp digital
excellent quality
guaranteed. 623-
1440 or www.black-
waterimages.com ,
MANNING'S MEAT
All cuts of beef,
Pork, Poultry
Deer and Wild,
Hogs Ground, Cu-
bed, Sliced. Sum-
mer sausage.
Smoked sausage..
Phillip Manning,
Owner 850-501-
6861.'
MAYBE, YOU can
do it yourself, bIut
will you? Dave Kop-
pin Home Improve-
ment, Inc. Specializ-
ing in Insurance esti-
mates, Small Home
Improvement Proj-
ects & Maintenance.
(850) 626-6944.

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Cement Mason'"
*Patios


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315
Business Services
REMODELING
KITCHEN and Bath
remodeling, textur-
ing, painting 7yrs.
Experience in San-
ta Rosa County.
Licensed & Insured
712-5077
SIDNER ENTER-.
PRISES local roof-
ing contractor over
30 years experience
*Insured
*licensed
*free estimates
Deal directly with
owner
850 393-2283
850 393-2277
941-1128


SORENSEN'S
REMODELING
Specialist. Home
repairs,
remodeling, tile,
wall texturing,
painting Interior
and exterior,
wallpaper and
removal, kitchens
and baths,
cabinet refacing.
12 years
experience,
Licensed and
Insured, Deal
directly with
owner.
Call Jon
(850)390-6756.

Look for my ad In
the Business
Service
Directory


SOUTHERN
COMFORT
Screen room
enclosures & rooms
additions
Call today for
professional design
and free estimates
(850) 368-5629
STUMP-EASE
STUMP Grinding.
Most removals
$35.00. Discount for
multiply removals.
Backyard Accessible
Licensed & Insured.
Local Contractor.
Retired USN. 232-
8746.
TNT CARPORTS,
R.V. & Boat covers
Buildings,
Garages.
Portable Sheds
CARPORTS
Single $595
Double $695.
12 X 41-$1295
24 X 31 $1990
Galvanized Steel
Many sizes/colors.
Financing Available
Free delivery & setup
(850)983-2296 or
Pager 505-1867
TREES AND Roofs.
Professional tree ex-
perts, roof cover
ups, carpentry, local
in business 40
years, insurance
and license number:
RC0066546. Call
S850-862-383 or
850-865-2000
VICKERS FENCING
"Making good neigh-
bors one fence at a
time." Specializing in
wood fences. New.
installations and re-
pairs. Competitive
pricing. Licensed an
Insured. Free' esti-
mates. 994-7585 or
'791-0198.
WOOD OR VINYL
'fencing @ unbeata-
ble prices.
Commerical/
residential. $100 off
minimum job *if you
mention this adl
Renfro & Sons
850-712-2034/* 100
ft. minimum.

320
Child Care

STAY AT home
Mom to baby sit
near King Middle
School. Call 623-
1779.

325
Domestic

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

335
Financial Services
$50,000 FREE Cash
Grants*****_20051
* Never Repayl For
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School, new busi-
ness. $49 BILLION
Left unclaimed from
2004. Live Opera-
torsi (800)856-9591
EXT #113.


335
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340-
Home Repair
METAL ROOFING
SAVE $$$ Buy Di-
rect From Manufac-
turer. 20 colors in
stock with all Acces-
sories. Quick turn
around! Delivery
Available Toll Free
(888)393-0335.

345
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.

350
Senior Care

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


355
Sewing &
Alterations


JUST JUDY'S
SEAMSTRESS
YEARS OF
EXPERIENCE,
FAIR PRICES.
Alterations
Dress-making
Repairs
*Weddings
*Formals

JUDY HARVEY
5901 Castle Drive
Milton, FL
626-6349


360
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360
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402
Apartments
1 BEDROOM fur-
nished apartment
with central heat &
air. No pets. $400.
month, $250. dep.
Call for appointment.
994-7246
FOR RENT- Duplex
2 BR, 1 BA, C H/A,
Refrig., stove, & d/w,
utility rm, covered.
patio. North Milton.
6587 Bass Ln. $500
per mo. Call 623-
8799.
404,
Commercial
FOR RENT-OFFICE
building on Stewart
St. 2,500 s.f. Close
to High School.
623-0905.
NEWLY REMOD-
ELED Office Spaces
Available for rent
$200-$250
conveniently located
across the street
from Santa Rosa
County Courthouse
Call 850-623-0208
for details
406
Homes
BRAND NEW 3bd/
2ba home. Double
car garage, privacy
fence. 6242 Dixie
Road. $1200 month
plus deposit WAC.
Call 623-0609 for
more information.
FOR RENT
2BR/1BA duplex.
Milton near Whiting
Field $465 a month,
$460 security. Call
(850) 626-8959
FOR RENT
Like new clean
2BR/BA. home in
Milton garage, ceil-
ing fans, stove. Ref-
non smoking envi-
ronment no pets
$850. mo. 800 se-
curity deposit-
(850)994-5946
FOR RENT- Brand,
New Single Family
House- Country liv-
ing in Milton- 3 bed-
2 bath & office/den,
2 1/2 Car, Garage.
$1,450. Mo. plus de-
posit. 850-449-2983
or 850-939-1414.
HOUSE FOR
RENT- totally re-
modeled, A/C, 2
bdrm/ 1 bath, Close
to East Gate of
Whiting Field. $750.
F & L. 5454 Munson
Hwy. 957-4825.
MILTON- NEW 4
bdrm, 1 acre, all ap-
pliances. $1,250
plus deposit. Possi-
ble lease or pur-
chase. VA financing.
Call Tom (agent)
850-449-2983.
PACE, 3/2 Newer
Doublewide, Central
Heating/AC, Refrig-
erator, Stove, wash-
er/dryer hookups,
NO SMOKING, NO
PETS, $750mo/750
dep. 623-8628

408
Land


DESIRED HORSE
HAVEN
20 acres North of
Milton; zoned agri-
cultural land tax val-
ue $165,730; 2000'
sq. ft. double wide
plus 2 mobIle home
Income rentals, ga-
rage, utility shed,
tractor and barn.
$48,705. Total
$214,435 firm. Call
626-6767 leave
message,


408
Land

LAND FOR SALE
Refer to
Classification
#510
MOBILE HOME lots
for rent including
R.V's. FEMA wel-
come. Eastgate Mo-
bile Home Ranch.
626-8973.

410
Mobile Homes

14 X 60 2 bdrm, 2,
full baths, C H/A,
nice & clean, quiet
place. $500 month/
$500 deposit. No
animals. Pace
area. 995-1717

2 BDRM- front kitch-
en, 1 bath, Eastgate
Mobile Home
Ranch. 626-8973,
2 BDRM/2 bath, to-
tal electric. Avalon
Blvd. 626-8973.
2 TO 3 bedroom
rentals. Jay, Milton
and Pace, $400 to
$650 per month.
Call 994-5703, leave
message.
2BD TRAILER,
CH/A. Water & gar-
bage furnished. Call
994-5023,
2BR/ 1BA mobile
home. Water & gar-
bage included. No
pets $350/ $250.
Call 675-6614..
3BR/2BTH ALL
electric Eastgate
motor home ranch
626-8973
NICE, QUIET, clean
park. Includes water,
garbage & lawn
service. Two new
2bd/ 2ba. from $500
to $600. No pets.
255-7772.

412
Rooms For Rent

BEDROOMS FOR
rent. Downtown Mil-
ton, Glover Lane,
Everything included.
$100/wk. 850-450-
1417. Cable, Refrig-
erator, Color TV, Mi-
crowave, A/C, gar-
bage, parking in-
cluded. Clean.

ROOM FOR rent,
Kitchen, washer &
dryer, utilities fur-
nished, $75 a week.
Near King Middle
School. Call 626-
2786

416
Vacation & Resort


HIDDEN VALLEY
CAMPSITE

Private and quiet on
a beautiful lake
stocked with trophy
bass. Rent by day,
week, or month.
Enjoy country living.
Everything furnish-
ed. Call 623-3314.


-


506
Homes

BRICK HOME on
3 1/2 acres. Over
2,700 living area.
Horses allowed.
Beautiful home
with formal L.R.
and D.R., Family
room with fire-
place, breakfast
room with Bay
Windows. All win-
dows In rear look
out on pool. Palm
'trees beautifully
landscaped. 2 car
garage, workshop.
$299,900.
Joanne Bryan
Realtor
994-4718
King & Assoc. Realty
BY OWNER/
AGENT 3bd/2ba.
Lakefront. The
Moors Golf & Rac-
quet Club.
$239,900. 380-
3660.
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, and so much
more. $375,500 Call
850-572-5082.


506
Homes
MILTON- NEW 4
bdrm, 1 acre, all ap-
pliances. $1,250
plus deposit. Possi-
ble lease or pur-
chase. VA financing.
Call Tom (agent)
850-449-2983.
POOLI 3br/ 2 bath
In Milton on over 1/2
an acre. Townhouse
In Pensacola. Great
Investment opportu-
nity. Canal front
property. Cleared
and ready for your
dream homel Lori
Frey, 1 First Choice
Realty 476-2154.


510
Land
3 ACRES for sales
off Pines Blossom
Rd $75,000 Zoned
RR1 Call 623-8448
A DREAM Home
site -$62,800
Here's an Ideal
home place 1/2 +/-
acre. This is a water
view lot with bay ac-
cess. A first rate
home value. Chris
Woods 850-626-
4225.
FOR SALE
100X341 Lot. Locat-
ed at the end of
Ward Basin Rd.
$6,500. May trade
for antique car 50's
and 60's. Call
(662)773-9815. ,
GEORGIA PROP-
ERTIES for sale-
Parcels range from
3 to 1,000 acres. All
deeply discounted
1031 tax exchange
welcome. Visit
Peach State at
www.farmandtimber-
gcomor Call (866)
300-7653.
LAND FOR RENT
Refer to
Classification
#408

THE BERNATH
Place/Waterfront lot.
80ft on Mulatto Bay-
ou. $250,000. '623-
6848.*
512
Mobile Homes
1999 MANUFAC-
TURED home and
land. 2160 feet living
area w/ 4bed/2bath.
Real nice inside and
outside. Split bed-
room, garden tub,
large kitchen, fire-
place, cathedral ceil-
ing, metal shed and
chain link fence.
$85,700. ERA Bill
Wallace 572-6500
DESIRED HORSE
HAVEN
20 acres North of
Milton; zoned agri-
cultural land tax val-
ue $165,730; 2000
sq. ft. double wide
plus 2 mobile home
income rentals, ga-
rage, utility shed,
tractor and barn.
$48,705. Total
$214,435 firm. Call
626-6767 leave
message.
Marlborough vil-
lage, 2br/ 1ba and
land for sale. Nice
lot owner finance/
offer723-2532.
MOBILE HOME &
Land for sale. awe-
some lot. 3Br/2Ba.
Ward Basin, large
shop, owner
finance/offer. Call,
723-2532.
MOBILE HOME for
sale 16 70. Land
170-148 ft. 2 bd 2
bath. 983-4930.
MOBILE HOME for
sale, In good shape
14'x52' a Brlgg 1985
$3000 OBO. call
623-0587








SECLUDED 6
acres Northeast of
Milton, 10 minutes
from Blackwater
State Park.
2- 1999 Palm


Harbor modular
homes. 3B/ 2Bath,
front and back
porch on both,
shop, storage, fully
stocked fish pond.
Four acres fenced
pasture. Beautiful
family homesite,
Must sell for
medical reasons,
$300,000 for all.
Call 850-957-8784
or 850-554-5237.


514
Vacation & Resort
TENNESEE WA-
TERFRONT sale
2.4 acre waterfront,
$9,9001 Dockable
building, lots from
$14,9001 Cabin
package. $54,900.
Call Nowl (866)
770-5263 Ext. 8





560
Land
ASHEVILLE NC
area- MOUNTAIN
ACREAGE 1+ acre
riverfront, mountain
view and wooded
homesites from the
$50's. Gated com-
munity with custom
lodge & river walk
(866) 292-5762,
ASHEVILLE NC
AREA- MOUNTAIN
ACREAGE Spectac-
ular gated riverfront
mountain community
bordering PIsgah
Nat'l Forest. 1-8
acre building sites
from the $508. Com-
munity lodge/ recre-
ation center & river
walk. Call (866)292-
5762:
ASHEVILLE, NC
Mountains, Grand
Opening Large
Mountain properties,
spectacular long
range views of sur-
rounding Pisgah Na-
tional Forest, mi-
nutes to downtown
Asheville and the
Blue Ridge Park-
way. Only 65 care-
fully sculpted home-
sites offered in 175+
acre gated commun-
ity w/ Clubhouse,
outside hearth, and
nature trail. Pre-
Construction pricing.
Huge savings, Ex-
cellent financing!
This extraordinary
opportunity won't
last long Call Now
(888) 670-5263.
BEAUTIFUL LAKE
LOS GEORGIA'S
Finest & Boating.
New Golf Course
on pristine Lake
Russell. Owner fi-
nancing available.
(706)213-6734
www.lakerussellpro-
perties.com.
BEAUTIFUL
NORTH CAROLINA.
ESCAPE THE
HEAT IN THE
COOL BEAUTIFUL
PEACEFUL MOUN-
TAINS. OF WEST-
ERN NC. Homes,
Cabins, Acreage &
Investments. Chero-
kee Mountain Realty
GMAC Real Estate,
Murphy. www.chero-
keemountainrealty.c
om. Call for Free
Brochure (800)841-
5868.
COASTAL GEOR-
GIA gated communi-
ty, deep water ac-
cess, ancient oak
trees, golf, tennis,
proposed pool and
fitness. 1 acre
homesites from the
mid 70's. (877) 266-
-7376. www.cooper-
spoint.com
COASTAL GEOR-
GIA gated communi-
ty, deep water ac-
cess, ancient oak
trees, golf, tennis,
proposed pool and
fitness 1 acre home-
sites from the mid
70's. (877)266-7376.
WWW.COOPER-
SPOINT.COM.
COASTAL LIVING
at it's Best- Bruns-
wick County, North.
Carolina; Homes
and homesites.
CALL NOWI
(800)682-9951
Coastal Carolina
Lifestyle Inc
Swww.coastalcaroli-
nalifestyle.info.
COASTAL NORTH
Carolina waterfront
3+/- acres, $99,900.
Beautifully wooded
parcel on deep boat-
able water with ac-
cess to ICW, Atlantic
& sounds. Prime lo-
cation close to town,
paved rds ug utillt-


lee, county water,
Excellent financing,
Call now (800) 732-
6601 x 14056,
EAST ALABAMA
Mountain Property
for sale, one hour
West of Atlanta In
Piedmont, AL Great
for enjoyment or In-
vestment 19,5-
acres- $6,142 down
$510 monthly.Infor-
mation Call Glenn
(850) 545-4928.


560
Land
GEORGIA HOT
LOTS Starting at
$7,500+. Hot
Springs Village, Ar-
kansas. No Credit,
Check. Owner Fi-
nanced, 20% down.
GA Coast & Miami
Waterfront Pre-Con-
struction. Realtor
(877)468-5687.
MOUNTAIN HOME,
Arkansas. Mountain
lots $4995 each.
Water, Electric,
Paved Streets.
Ready to build on.
Large fresh water
lake w/access. Call
864 647 0817 or
864-247-1539.
NC MOUNTAIN,
property. Land with
spectacular views,
creeks and hard-
wood trees on Yung
Mtn. 1-15 acres,
from $25,000 to
$89,000. Perfect for
log cabin. (800)
699-1289 or
www.rlverbendlake-
lure.com
NC MOUNTAINS
2.87 acres on moun-
tain top, view, trees,
waterfall & large
public, lake nearby,
paved private ac-
cess, $19,500
owner
(866)789-8535
www.NC77.com.
NC MOUNTAINS 20
Ac w/50 Miles Views
- Secure Private -
Easy Gentle Build-
ing Sites Towering
Hardwoods Near
Asheville & Lake
Lure $120,000. Pris-
tine Propertes
(800)262-4187.
NEW LOG CABIN-
NC Mountains. New
shell on secluded
mountain site.
$89,900. Hardwood
forest. Great fall col-
ors. Paved road.
Near parks & lakes..
Acreage & financing
available. (828)247-
0081..
NEW MEXICO -16
acres $24,990
Scen-
ic region, views,
canyons, trees, roll-
ing hills, wildlife. En-
joy hunting, hiking,
horses, great cli-
mate. Power, great
access. 100% fi-
nancing Call
(914)232-5100.

NEW MEXICO -20
acres $24,990
Scen-
ic region, views,
canyons, trees,' roll-
ing hills, wildlife. En-
.joy hunting, hiking,
horses, great cli-
mate. Power, great
access. 100% fi-
nancing Call
(914)232-5100.
PANAMA CITY
Beach, FL Hibiscus-
Overlooking St. An-
drews Bay Brand
New 2 two-bedroom
condos $425,000 or
both for $770,000-
Make offer Immedi-
ate $100,000 equity
www.beachclubin-
vestments.comrn
(877)BCI-5020.
PRE-CONSTRUC-
TION WATER-
FRONT ,Only 10%
down, 2007 comple-
tion and immediate
furnished condos
minutes from Ft. lau-
derdale Beach.
$209K + up. Great
rental investment
Realtor (877) 468-
5687.
PRECONSTRUC-
TION CONDOS and
Land opportunities,
IMMEDIATE SIX-
FIGURE EQUITY
units available.
(Florida, Georgia,
Mississippi, Texas,
Nevada)
www.beachclubln-
vestments.com
(877)BCI-5020 Fi-
nancing Options
www.allpolnte.com
FREE NO Obligation
Financial Analysis.
TENNESEE LAKE-
SIDE acreage- new
community, 1+ acre
homesites from the
30's,' Private boat


slips, limited availa-
bility, Lake
access/boat ramp.
Close to downtown
Chattanooga. (866)
292-5769.
TENNESSEE WA-
TERFRONT Salel
2.4 Acre Waterfront
$9,9001 Dockable
Building Lots from
$14,9001 Cabin
Package $64,900.
Call Nowl (866)770-
5263 Ext. 8.


560
Land
TENNESSEE
MOUNTAIN ACRE-
AGE New lakeside
community close to
Chattanooga &
Knoxville. Communi-
ty lake access, boat
ramp and amenities.
Limited number pri-
vate boat slips. 1/2+
acres from $30k.
Call (866)292-5769.
TENNESSEE/KEN-
TUCKY LAKE-
FRONT LAND New
community on the
TN/KY border. Just
1-1/2 hours to Nash-
ville. Spectacular
views of Lake Bark-
ley. 1 to 6 acres
from the $40s. No
time requirement to
build. Call (866)339-
4966.
WESTERN NORTH
CAROLINA
MOUNTAINS
Cool Air, Views,
Streams, Homes,
Cabins, Acreage
FREE BROCHURE
OF MOUNTAIN
PROPERTY
(800)642-5333.
Realty Of Murphy
317 Peachtree St.
Murphy, N.C.28906
www.realtyofmur-
phy.com
WESTERN NORTH
Carolina Mountains
Cool Air, Views,
Streams, Homes,
Cabins, Acreage
FREE BROCHURE
OF MOUNTAIN
PROPERTY
(800)642-5333. Re-
alty Of Murphy 317
Peachtree St. Mur-
phy, N.C. 28906.
www.realtyofmur-
phy.com.

WHITEWATER LIV-
ING IN THE TEN-
NESSEE SMOKIES
Gated Waterfront
Community River-
front and Mountain
Views Available, Pri-
ces Starting Low as
$46,900. Final
Phase Limited Lots
Call Now! No Clos-
ing Costs Buy Direct
From Developer
SAVE THOUSANDS
$$$ (800)559-3095
ext 327 www.riv-
ercrest.com *Some
restrictions apply.


704
Livestock
GENTLE AND very
sweet childs trail
horse with tack.
Arabian/quarter
mare. Buy with a re-
turn guarantee.
$1,000. 623-3314.
706
Livestock Supplies


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

708
Pets
FREE KITTENS- 1
orange, 1 cream.
Call 623-6805 after
4 p.m.
FREE PUPPIES to a
good home. Good
personalities, mixed
breed. Call 983-
7645.
FREE TO good
home- puppies, 11
wks old, have 1st
shots, deformed,
Lab mix 623-6602.
GIANT PLATED
Lizard for sale, Ac-
cessories Included.
Call 418-0942 for
more Information.


KITTENS, ADORA-
BLE, playful, free to
good home., 994-
7733.


712
Lost & Found
PETS

LOST 9 month old
white & black medi-
um hair dog look like
a Springer Spaniel.
Lost in vicinity of
Stewart St. Reward
offer. 626 6444 or
516-5445 .
LOST BEAGLES in
East Milton area.
Right after Dennis
near the end of July.
1 male, 1 female.
Please call with any
information 626-
2428 or 516-7983.
LOST MALE CAT
No tail, creamy
white with gray
face and blue'
eyes. 623-3519

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


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804
Apparel


JUST JUDY'S
ALTERATIONS
Dress Making
and More!
Call Judy at
850-626-6349


PROM
DRESSES
Worn last year.
Not old
fashioned.
Sizes 8-10.
One purple
(never worn),'
one white, and
one teal. All
three strapless.
637-7044
after 5pm.


806
Appliances
FOR SALE- Maytag
stackable washer &
dryer, large size, like
new. $350.
995-8730
HONDA POWERED
Generators at every-
day low prices!
Ready for immediate
shipment. 3,000 kw
to 15,000 kw. Call
(888)483-8722 or
(877)807-8722. 24
hours. ,
816
Jewelry
JUST IN time for
Christmas! Beautiful
Brand New Seiko
and Gucci watch for
$70.00 male and
female.

818
Lawn Equipment
FOR SALE- Murray
12.5 h.p., 38 in. cut
riding lawnmower
w/dump cart. New,'
less than 20 hours
,running time. $700.
983-2779.

820
Lumber &
Hardware
OLD WOOD for "Old
Wood Craftsman".
850-994-5441.

826
Sporting Goods
HUNT ELK, Red
Stag, Whitetail, Buf-
falo season opens
3/31/06. Guaranteed
hunting license,
$5.00. We have No-
Game, No-Pay poli-
cy. Call days:
(314)209-9800, eve-
nings (314)293-
0610.

830
Miscellaneous
For Sale
1983 NISSAN king
cab for sale, runs
but needs transmis-
sion, 1986 trans-
mission for sale. 2
bathroom sinks (1)
16 x 19 1/2 (1) 17 x
20 Pack and Play,
for child, baby bath
seat, baby car seat,
623-4278,
6 3060 White 1/1
Insulated windows,
Brand new. Never
Installed, $500 obo,
572-1404,


830
Miscellaneous
For Sale

1986 NISSAN Truck,
transmission,. 2"
bathroom sinks 1).-,
16 x 19 1/2 2). 17 x
20, baby bath seat,
back pack for carry-'
ing baby 6 months &'
up, toddler car seat..
Call 623-4278.


CeAl1pe1e-


Centipede-
St. Auigustine
Farm Direct
We Deliver
434-0066
ALL STEEL
BLDGS. UP TO
50 % OFFI Engi-
neered for Hurricane
Coastal' Ship factory
direct for quick deliv-
ery. 24 x 30 Up to
100 x 200 I Call
Nowl (800) 499-
6401 Eddie.
FOR SALE- (4) 17
Inch steel wheels,
six lug, off of ari '05
Chevy. SIlverado,
$99 dollars /obo.
380-8834.
FREE 4-ROOM Di-
rectv w/installationl
Free.DVRI Free
DVD Player 3
months HBO & Cin-
emaxi Access to
over 225+ channels!
100 % digital condi-
tions apply.
(866)500-4056.
METAL ROOFING
SAVE' $$$ Buy Di-
rect From Manufac-
turer. 20 colors in
stock with all Acces-
sories. Quick turn
around! Delivery
Available Toll Free
(888)393-0335. '
MMER STEEL
BUILDING CLEAR-
ANCE SALE All
Sizes Must Go
25x20, 30x40,
40x60, 40x80 other
sizes available
FREE shipping if or-
dered by November
14th (800)878-1343.


VWe Deliver & Install
Centipede I
St. Augustine
Bermuda
Bailed Pine Straw
Call us first, Save Time
Call us last, Save Money
Hwy. 87 So. Milton
626-85781


1986 transmission
for sale. Pack and
Play for child, baby
bath seat, toddler
car seat, child back
pack carrier, baby
car seat. 623-4278.
.3-WEEK BUILDING
SALE! "Last
Chance!" 20x26
Now $3995. 25x30
$5700. 30x40
$8300.. 40x60
$12,900. Others.
Meets 140 M.P.H.
Higher available.
One end included.
Pioneer (800)668-
5422.

832
Miscellaneous
Wanted
ADOPTION- LOV-
ING couple wishing
to adopt an infant.
Will pay legal and
medical expenses.
Please call Ann or
Danny collect:
(240) 418-6851 or
toll free: 1-888-405-
8050.
GLASS CRAFTER
needs empty glass
soft drink bottles, (all
kinds). Not necessa-
rily collectors edi-
.tion's. Will pick up.
983-8042.
PAY CASH for junk
cars or trucks. Run-
ning or not. Call
983-9527
834
Lost & Found
MERCHANDISE
FOUND
Boating & Fishing
equipment left be-
hind at boat launch
at bridge by the RIv-
erwalk. Please call
983-8243 to Identify.


904
Cars
2000 MUSTANG
Convertible V-6,
runs great, custom
tint $7,000. Call 626-
3638,


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904
Cars
97 JEEP Grand
Cherokee Lorado
4x4, 172,000
miles,
$5,750 Call 623-
5254, 313-6403
'99 MITSUBISHI
Eclipse 70,000
miles, Automatic,
17" rims, LED un-
derbody lights, re-
mote start. DVD
player.$8,500
QBO
(850) 554-3131.


904
Cars
LISA
ENFINGER
CAR SALE 85
Ford Truck,
new rebuild
engine, very
dependable.
1979 Chevy
Caprice Classic,
new engine,
but needs
transmission
work, must see.
Call 626-4503


904
Cars

LOW RIDER
82' Cadillac.
Hydraulics, subs,
t.v.'s, rag sunroof,
new paint
(Pearl White),
100,000 miles,
14" knock offs,
street charger.
Hops and turns
on three wheels.
$6,500 OBO
Call 626-5595
or 450-9201.


906
Boats
15' TERRY Bass-
boat and trailer mo-
tor, trolling motor,
$1800. Call 995-
8353
910
Motorcycles
MINI DIRT bike-
49 cc 4 stroke
engine. Sold
locally for $499,
less than 1 hour
ride time, Like
new- asking $425.
995-4831


914
Recreational
2002 CARRIAGE
Cari-lite. 36 foot 5th
wheel, 3 slide outs,
island kitchen.'
$62,000. 10% down,
financing available.
850-981-1951.
916
Sport Utility
Vehicles
1996 GMC
Jimmy,
V-6, cold A/C,
runs good.
$1,100. Call
626-3638.


918
Trucks
AAM 1 .


'05 FORD F-150
XLT Supercrew, 2
WD, 5.4 L V-8,
dark shadow gray,
tow pkg. 9,000
miles. $25,400.
Call 626-3301.
91' CHEVY S-10,
4.3 Liter, V-6.
$2,500. 994-7286


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