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Table of Contents
    Section A: Main
        A 1
        A 2
        A 3
        A 4
        A 5
        A 6
        A 7
        A 8
        A 9
        A 10
        A 11
        A 12
    Section B: Community
        B 1
        B 2
        B 3
        B 4
        B 5
        B 6
        B 7
        B 8
        B 9
        B 10
    Section C: ‘Styles
        C 1
        C 2
        C 3
        C 4
        C 5
        C 6
        C 7
        C 8
        C 9
        C 10
    Section D: Sports
        D 1
        D 2
        D 3
        D 4
        D 5
        D 6
        D 7
        D 8
    Section D: Classifieds
        D 9
        D 10
        D 11
        D 12
        D 13
        D 14
        D 15
        D 16
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Liquor sales drawing near


By JEFF EVERTS
Press Gazette Staff Writer ;
With the challenge period
for the wet/dry referendum set
to end at midnight on
December 5, what effect will
Santa Rosa's move to the wet
side of the force have on
Escambia liquor outlets?
"Not much," according to


Arlene Pugh who manages
three Escambia Count. liquor
stores...including one on 'the
county line on Higihw ay 90.
"The only thing I see is our
wine sales suffering a little
because people will buy wine at
the grocery stores," she said.
"The fact that we have three
stores and a distribution ware-
house gives us an advantage,


because we can buy in bulk and
keep our prices down."
She also points out their
store .on High%%a. 90 has a'
drive-through window making
it convenient for people to stop
in quickly, while on their way
home from work.
Pugh says the owners of the
shops she manages are consid-
enng the po0ssibilt. of expand-


ing into Santa Rosa County.
-They have had me doing
research and we have picked up
an application," she says.
However, with only 17
licenses available for all of
Santa Rosa County, competi-
tion could be fierce among
applicants.
"All I can say is, I wish the
winners (of the lottery) lots of


Pre-season basketball action
ended with in-county rivals
squaring off at Milton High
School. Complete results are in
this edition of the Press Gazette.
See SPORTS, Page 4D.


NEWS


VIEWS

QWhen do you plan to start
your Christmas shopping?


~ DOREATHA
WAITMAN
'The day after
Thanksgiving."


Sacred Heart's new facility on Highway 90 is just one of many new businesses set to call the Pace/Pea Ridge area home. Housing proj-
ects, restaurants and other businesses are all in the cards for the area's near future.
Press Gazette photos by Bill Gamblin



Red Lobster, more eyeing area


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Target. Publix. Red
Lobster, Sonny's, TGI
Friday, and Starbucks.,
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the area.
But, according to officials
within the county, Pace resi-
dents could be seeing all of
these names...and more...
within the next two years.
Officials won't confirm
anything yet, but word of sever-


This mexican restaurant (and its sister establish-an adjoining Japar
House) are set to open in Pace in a matter of days. Many other nei
es and developments are in the pipeline.
Press Gazette photo by B il


al different commercial and res-
idential developments is mak-
ing the rounds.
One such project, in the
design stage according to offi-
cials, would have a grocery
chain placing a store in the Five
Points area near'Stonebrook.
Rumors abound
that the chain look-
ing at this location is
Publix, but, when
contacted by the
Press Gazette,
Publix officials
would neither con-
firm nor deny inter-
est in, or plans for,
the location.
Howke'er. detel-
oper Harrell
Downey, who owns
the property, con-
firms Publix offi-
cials have -been to
the site "at least five
times," but have not
made any commit-
ments as yet.
"You don't burn
that kind of jet fuel
for nothing,"
Do% ne) observes.
The Five Points
area could also see
the arrival of both a
Whataburger restau-
rant and possibly a
Wendy's. sources
say.
Another project,
quickly gaining
momentum, would
iese Steak see a large multi-use
v business- development'built on
the north side of


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Highway 90, west of Avalon
Boulevard.
Officials say the pro-
posed development would
combine residential single-
family housing and apart-
ments along with a hotel and
three outlying commercial
sites aimed at attracting
restaurants.
Restaurants said to be
interested in that location
include Red Lobster,
Sonny's Bar-B-Q, and TGI
Friday.
A second project on
Highway 90 in the same
area, Heritage Plaza, would
see the development of a
multi-use site combining
10,000 square feet of office
space with an additional
13,000 square feet of retail
space.
Developers say they
have received interest from
several restaurants as well as
other vendors.. .including a
possible Christian book-
store.
A groundbreaking is
planned for November 29
and officials say they hope
can begin opening by next
summer.
Construction has
already begun on a new self-
storage and retail facility,
being built at the corner of
Highway 90 and Chantilly.
That project will allow
for a company to have a
small retail business in the
same location as their ware-
See PROJECTS, Pg. 5A.


luck because this business is
hard," Pugh states.
According to Hiroyuki
Ueda of the Division of
Alcoholic Beverages and
Tobacco office in Pensacola, his
staff has received numerous
inquiries from would-be license
applicants.
"I actually lost track of the
See LIQUOR, Page 5A.


Mall on

tap for

Pace?
I One of the coun-
try's biggest devel-
opers outlines what
it takes.


By DEBORAH NELSON
Press Gazette Staff Writer


If Santa Rosa County gets a
hold on Spencer Field-what
would the community do with
it?
The Navy currently uses
Spencer Field for helicopter
training.
But meanwhile, Pace
growth rates are pressing in
around the property and Santa
Rosa officials are negotiating
with the N.j N to swap the 602-
acre parcel for a more remote
substitute that Nkould eaie
"encroachment." Such a move
could have 'hlie crunIt ending
up owning the square-mile in
the middle of Pace.
Suggestions for the proper-
ty's future, if the county
receives it from the Federal
Government, abound.
Ideas include a perennial
question on the minds of some
area residents:. what wouldl d it
take to get a mall in Santa
Rosa?
According to mall develop-
See MALL, Page 5A.


School Board

scrambles to

meet growth
By JEFF EVERTS
Press Gazette Staff Writer


The Santa Rosa County
School Board finds itself not
only in the position of having to
keep up with the exploding
growth of the county, but also
trying to meet the demands
associated with Florida's new
class size amendment regula-
tions.
What does it all mean for
families with school-aged chil-
dren who reside in the county?
Enlarging existing schools
and building new ones has
become an immediate priority
for the Board.
The primary roadblock to
doing all of this construction?
Money.
"We are about $50-60 mil-
See SCHOOLS, Page 6A.


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In the city, many simply
By DEBORAH NELSON accept one particular solution to
SPess Gazette Staff Writer the problem of getting around
C, ongested roads, high gas as part of the overall landscape:
prices, expensive car payments, public transportation.
Maintenance, and insurance Be it busing, underground,
costs can make getting around train, streetcar or a combination
town an increasing challenge to thereof, public transportation is
local nerves and pocketbooks. often a key element of contem-
Dealing with those facts of porary urban existence.
ropdern life are nothing new to .Now,. some area residents,
icty dwellers, but in traditional- facing increasingly painful auto I
ly laid-back Santa Rosa County, and gas costs, are, themselves,
they're proving an increasing asking the question-will Santa
stress factor for some residents. Rosa County ever turn to public
T Ad transportation and, if so, what
will it take to get such a service
SAdopt-a-th n up and running?
Surprisingly little, accord-
iS", December 3 Iing to Escanbia County Area
By DEBORAH NELSON Transit (ECAT). Executive
Press Gazette Staff Writer Director Chris R.S, .Hager.
"I do believe there's a feasi-
Looking for an addition to ability there if Santa Rosa
ihe family-a four-footed one, County went after some fund-c
hal is? ing for public transportation,"
Along with .pets. seeking he recently told the Press
So% ners. an upcoming pet adopt- Gazette.I
a-ihon will feature photos, obe- Hager conducted a two-
dience demonstrations, chil- county study as part of the post-
&en's activities, and pet talent Hurricane Ivan recovery
ad costume contests, process, to determine what it
S Best of all, with each pet would take to get buses running
adopted, Santa Rosa's Animal between Santa Rsa and
services Department will etweensacola nta Rsa and
include free spay/neuter servic- Hager says if the county
The event happen buys the necessary vehicles and-
The event happens funds a portion of the operating
S SaturdaN. December 3, at the costs, ECAT could add Santa
4 Animal Services offices on Rosa routes to its lineup.e
S .51 Pie Forestc.Road in An inter-local agreement
S on. between the two county com-
The scheduled lineup missions may be all that's nec-
cludes: essary to authorize the service,
Pictures with Santa "Paws," he notes.
i t0 a.m. The Federal governmentI
ce & onshine KeRonnels bedriff's pays for Escambia's buses,
ice & Santa Rosa Sheriffs which cost about $300,000
Department Demonstration, each, Hager says.
throughout he day. He notes, that Escambia
Peio ner look alike con- County covers about half the
Pet 10 a.m., register by 9:30. operational costs, withth e help
Pet talent contest, 11 m. of state and federal money.
Pet costume contest, Noon. ECAT could establish
SFood and prizes will also be y service between Santa
idedi. 9..iL RoRsa and Pensacola with two
.... 3--46". buses, s., < Hager. although he
recommends three... plus a
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ity area
ECAT's tentative plan
would see bus stops at. the
Avalon Park-and-Ride, the Gulf
Breeze Wal~Mart, and Park-
and-Ride locations along I-10.
As for possible Pensacola
destinations-now may be the
ideal time for Santa Rosa to
jump on board Escambia's tran-
sit system, officials say.
Currently, getting from one
bus line to another can take
hours, if the routes don't coin-
cide.
But Escambia is planning a
bus station restructure in the
coming year to create more
"hub" areas for connecting
lines.,


That includes a new Mini
Transit Center at the Nine Mile
Road Target, about a half-hour
ride from Milton:
SA second Mini Center in
downtown Pensacola would,
allow direct travel from Hwy.
98 in Gulf Breeze, and a third
East station could receive Santa
Rosa routes from I-10, says
Hager.
From Mini Centers, passen-
gers can catch connecting bus
routes.
The restructure is expected
to be complete by October.
Escambia performs a
Transportation Development
Plan every five years. This
year's "plan," says Hager, will
include a section on connecting
Santa Rosa to the system.
The plan goes* forward to
Escambia's Commission early.
next month.
Public transportation,
Hager notes, does more than
reduce congestion and pollu-
tion. Busing also allows many
who couldn't previously get to
work, to find employment.
"It's an economic stimuli
for everybody," Hager
observes. "Public transportation
benefits everybody, even if you
don't ride the bus."
Story written by Deborah
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N .. Nelson@sr-pg.com


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Let Us Give Thanks -


It's easy to dwell upon what we don't have... and just as
easy to lose sight of. what we do have. This Thanksgiving,
let us renew our awareness of the many blessings we have
received in our lives.
At Waters Chiropractic Clinic, we're proud to be a part of
Santa Rosa County and we are thankful for you, the people,
who comprise this great community. .
We appreciate your friendship and loyalty through the
years. We stand confident knowing that, through our com-
bined efforts, we can build a strong future for all of Santa
Rosa County.

We, at Waters Chiroproctic Clinic, urge you to reach out
this time of year to help those less fortunate by supporting the
following organizations to help meet the needs of our com-
munity:


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I THE SANTA ROSA PRESS GAZETTE


NOVEMBER 23, 2005


Holding the line
Santa Rosa County commissioners heed not
muddy the water with non-priority projects. They
must stay on course with their promises to do
something about our overly congested roads if
they expect. public support for other revenue
sources.,
Newly-appointed Commission Chair Bob
Cole's interest in pushing our judicial needs into
the.mix of things at this point will only jeopardize
future efforts to convince voters to approve a pro-
posed increased in the local sales taxes as well as
other revenue sources. A new courthouse is need,
ed. We all know this, but now is just not the right
time.
Of course, there are other revenue options on
the table, such as higher fees for permitting and
county-related services that may be earmarked for
meeting the demands of our county's growth.
Our judicial needs, (better defined as the need
for a new courthouse) have been evident for years
now. And. as we are already aware, the last time
county planners proposed a sales tax increase for a
new courthouse, it was soundly defeated.
Cole should clearly, realize the careful plan-
ning that has been put into the present and future
needs of our county. We must not jeopardize those
efforts by throwing this controversial subject back
into the mix ofmorepr pressing needs, such as road
programs.
The courthouse issue should be separate and
handled in a manner that the majority of voters can
accept.
Anyone who understands this issue certainly
knows we will have to face the problem whether
we like it or not, but for Cole to keep rubbing this,
sore wound at a time when there are certainly more
pressing issues that will require public support, is
foolhardy.
And, as we have already pointed out, commis-
sioners must not bow to the pressures from local
builders and developers by skirting impact fees.
When impact fees were first suggested, the
idea was to make developers pay up front thereby
assuring revenues would be available to construct
new roads and build new schools.
To allow developers to bypass paying, up front
is definitely not what we, as voters and taxpayers,
were'led to believe. Staffers arb suggesting allow-
ing developers to pay their impact fees at the time
permits are pulled. That sounds fine.
Eventhough any such fees are ultimately paid
by the homebuyer, we believe making it part of the
home-closing process would be the kiss of death to
any, attempt by'elected commissioners to get voter
approval of a sales tax increase next year.
This is not the time for game playing or chang-
ing the rules for the sake of political pressures.
The next few months will answer many ques-
tions about the future of Santa Rosa County.
I In the months that have followed our repealed
run-ins u ith hurricanes, Santa Rosa voters are all
too well aware of our need for additional roads and
eased traffic problems.
Showing good faith and being honest with vot-
ers now will make higher taxes and fees a little less
painful for voters when they are asked to approve
of them. We're sure, given the right information on
the right actions on our leaders' parts, voters will
do the proper thing.
Taxes are always a bitter pill to swallow. Our
leaders must do all they can to provide a spoonful
of sugar to go with that otherwise bad-tasting med-
icine.


NOVEMBER 23,2005
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You Spoke Out,


Use those seatbelts for travel


FM: TOM DERZYPOLSKI
Dear Editor:
Law enforcement agencies throughout the state'
are participating in the Thanksgiving Click It or
Ticket Florida holiday campaign to heighten safety
belt use awareness during one of the busiest travel
times in the U.S. The mobilization conducted by the
Florida Highway Patrol and local law enforcement
.agencies throughout Florida will run through
November 30 to coincide with the Thanksgiving holi-
day.
The National Highway Traffic Safety
Administration (NHTSA) projects there could be as
many as 567 highway related deaths over the 2005
Thanksgiving holiday weekend. Last year in Florida
'alone, during the same 13 day campaign period, 77
people died in motor vehicle related crashes, over half
of these individuals were not using safety belts.'
"It is important that motorists, understand the
importance of buckling up every time they get into
their vehicle," said Carla Sims, Florida Department of
Transportation Traffic Safety Administrator. "The
simplest and most effective action a motor vehicle
driver or occupant can take to save their life is to
spend a few seconds buckling their safety belt."
Law enforcement officers throughout Florida are
doing a great job saving lives through safety belt
enforcement. The Thanksgiving holiday kicks off
one of the nation's busiest travel seasons of the year
so, law enforcement agencies will be increasing their
visibility .and will, have mor-patrol units out on the
road protecting motorists.
"Law enforcement agencies in Florida enforce the
safety belt law every day," said Traffic Safety
Administrator Sims. "However, with the holiday sea-
son fast approaching, this Thanksgiving Click It or
Ticket Florida mobilization brings a much needed
awareness to the importance of using your safety belt
during a time of the year that often has a higher traf-
fic related death rate."
Law enforcement agencies across the state, with
support from the Florida Department of
Transportation, are joining together to remind every-
one this holiday, season to click it or you will receive
a ticket. ,'

Let's not cheat our veterans

FM: GENE GERARD
Dear Editor:
The Veterans Affairs Department is reviewing
one-third of the cases of vets who are receiving dis-
ability benefits for post-traumatic stress disorder.
(PTSD). After conducting an internal study the VA
believes it was too lenient in deciding which soldiers
were eligible for PTSD benefits. Last year, the VA
spent $4.3 billion on PTSD disability and it hopes to
reduce these payments by revoking PTSD benefits for
many veterans. This will be the final insult to soldiers'
who were asked to fight a war in Iraq on false prem-.
ises.
Owing to the war in Iraq the number of veterans
receiving compensation for PTSD has increased by
almost 80 percent in the last five years. By compari-
son, the number'receiving compensation for all other
types of disabilities only increased by 12 percent.
Under the, guidelines of the current review, soldiers


who cannot prove that'a specific incident, known as a
stressorr," was sufficient to cause PTSD, their bene-
fits will be revoked. But given the nature of warfare in
Iraq it's not surprising that many returning soldiers
are suffering from mental illness.
In the July 2004 issue of the New England
Journal of Medicine Colonel Charles W. Hoge, M.D.,
the chief of psychiatry at Walter Reed Army Institute,
published a preliminary study of the effects of the war
in Iraq on military personnel. The study concluded
that almost 20 percent of soldiers returned home suf-
fering from PTSD. Researchers found that there is a
clear correlation with combat experience. They con-
cluded that, "Rates of PTSD were significantly high-
er after combat duty in Iraq."
Approximately 86 percent of the soldiers in the
study were involved in combat. On average, soldiers
engaged in two firefights for each tour of duty. And
56 .percent had killed an enemy combatant. An esti-
mated 28 percent were directly responsible for the.
death of a civilian. Additionally, 68 percent wit-
nessed fellow soldiers being killed or seriously
wounded.
Although the number of vetss suffering from
PTSD is high, Dr. Hoge's study found that a majority
are not seeking treatment. Only 40 percent of
returnees acknowledged that they need mental health
care, and only 26 percent were receiving it. As such,
the number of veterans 'approved for PTSD compen-
sation by the VA is relatively small. Yet the VA still
believes, too many soldiers were approved for PTSD,
disability compensation 'and is now seeking to deny
this benefit to many.
The lack of pre-war intelligence also contributed
to a rise in PTSD claims. Studies of the Vietnam War
have indicated that when soldiers can't anticipate the
nature and intensity of warfare they ultimately
encounter, they are psychologically unprepared, lead-
ing to PTSD in many instances. During the early.
phase of the war in Iraq, many soldiers were similar-
ly unprepared.
The Bush administration initially indicated that
the war would be quick and easy. Vice President
Cheney, only a few days after the invasion of Iraq,
infamously stated that soldiers "...will, in fact, be'
greeted as liberators." Ahmed Chalabi, a close advisor
to the Bush administration prior to and immediately
following the invasion said, "American troops will be
greeted with flowers and candy" by the Iraqi people,
and the administration repeated this many times.
President Bush flew, onto a U.S. aircraft carrier in
May 2003 and, while standing beneath a banner pro-
,claiming "Mission Accomplished," announced that
major combat operations had ended.
This it's easy to understand why the VA has seen
an increase in soldiers seeking benefits due to PTSD.
What's difficult to comprehend is why the very
agency responsible for meeting 'the needs of our vet-
erans is now turning its back on them. Perhaps the
Administration is seeking to. reduce compensation to
soldiers for PTSD so that more money can be divert-
ed to the on-going war in Iraq. Or, perhaps the effort
to revokePTSD benefits is an attempt to assert that
the war has not been that devastating. What is certain
is that the very people asked to sacrifice their lives, if
necessary, for the nation are now being punished for.
doing so.


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Sunday, 8:46 p.m.
People call in thinking the.,
President is doing such a great,
job. Look at what is going on in.
Iraq. This is mostly reserve and
National Guard that is getting,
killed. If this was all just regular,
forces, like Vietnam, it would be-
interesting to see what people,
thought. We should bring our peo-'i
ple home because I think we are1
there for all the wrong reasons.

Sunday, 10:14 a.m.
I'm calling in regarding Bill,
Gamblin's article, "My cup run-,
neth over." Is anyone proofing.
these articles. It has all the incom-,
plete sentences. By the way, who,
is he lashing out at anyway? He
just needs to get to the events.

Saturday, 6:07 p.m.
I'd just like to know what
happened to the rant and raving'
section of the newspaper? I'd like
to make a statement,. but I can't.
because it is not there anymore.
Can you put it back in there?.
Editor's Note: We're not sure,
what column you are talking,,
about. There have been no sec-
tions removed from the paper.

Saturday, 6:06 p.m.
I just read in this morning's,
paper that they are thinking of,
putting 800 houses in East
Milton. That's a great idea, but.
what they need to do is get some
restaurants out here, too. A super-;
market would be nice out here,,
too. This area needs to be built up,
like other parts of the county.

Saturday, 1:29 p.m.
This is Jake. I just want, ta
inform Max that I am an elderly,
veteran from the Korean conflict,:
but I will never vote for a Clinton
or a Kennedy. Thank you.

Friday, 9:57 p.m.
Hello, Santa Rosa. Friends,
all of our energy and-gas that we
use in our homes this winter will
be a budget buster. Can wd
believe everything we are being
told? The, members of the PSC
only have one woman. It's just the
same old game.,

Thursday, 4:09 p.m.
This is Fred. Once again
some Democrat at your Speak
Out line has changed the wording
of my response to Jake. I never
said the Democrats want to divert
our monies to the poor, which
would be okay. It's all the other
things they
want to do
with it and ,.
not do with
it, such as
supporting .
our military.

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Projects

Continued From Page One.
hliue facility.
T.; here is also some new
r movement in the "Pace
corners" project. It is being
proposed for the corner of
Woodbine Road and Highway
90.
According to officials, that
complex would include a bank,
retail shops, and a national cof-
fee chain among its offerings.
State and 'local officials have
recently met to discuss road
needs for the complex.
Another retail complex
under consideration is to be
located on the south side of
Highway 90 near Home Depot.
Called Santa Rosa Commons,
the facility is projected to be an
outlet mall type of complex, but
officials say it could also
include major retailers among
its offerings.
Interest has also been
shown on the property between
the Ridge Cinemas and Home
Depot.
This is the same location
where Target made an inquiry
about two years ago and could
be making inquiries once again.
Big 10 Tires has broken
ground on a new store to be
ldcated next to Burger King in
Pace. According to Brian
Smith, of the Big 10 Public
Relations Department, the store
is projected to open in 2006.
Also, work has begun on
the Chet's Seafood Restaurant
building-down for the count t
since Hurricane Ivan blew
through. Attempts to reach the
owners for specific reopening
information were unsuccessful
at press time.
A coffee house will be,



Liquor
Continued From Page One..
number of inquiries, about two
months ago," he says.
Trying to get a jump on the
competition won't help, howev-
er.
'"Once the challenge period
ends' onwDecember 5 ',we will'"-
then have to wait for the vote to
be certified and then advertise
f6r three weeks in area newspa-
pers to let people know how the
application process for the 17
licenses works," Ueda says.
This means AB&T might
not actually begin accepting
applications until late
December or the first of
January at the earliest.
Applying is just the first
step would-be owners will take.
After all applications have been
received, they will then be put,
into a lottery with 17 applica-
tions being drawn. Those per-
sons will be given the first
chance to secure a license.
But, don't expect to see


opening in the near future on
Highway 90 next to Aarons.
Called Java Joe's, the shoppe
will offer both pastries and a
variety of different coffees.
Bostic Plaza is currently
under construction next to Oops
Alley on Highway 90 with
hopes of being open by the
beginning of March.
Developers say they have
received "considerable interest"
for this location from a wide
variety of vendors including
barbers, Chinese restaurants, a
specialty furniture store, and a
pet day care.
In the area of residential
construction, County officials
say the housing boom shows lit-
tle signs of slowing, citing the
fact that 18 subdivisions are
currently in various stages of


ZOOlights


evening of

By DEBORAH NELSON
Press Gazette Staff Writer


Need a place to walk off
those turkey and dressing left-
overs?
Why not check out new
exhibits and a special holiday
light show at the ZOO in Gulf
Breeze.
The ZOO's annual
Zoolights Christmas program
kicks off the day after
Thanksgiving and runs over
subsequent weekends through
Christmas.
This year's Zoolights fea-
tures several new displays,
including a giant snow globe




bars or liquor stores anytime
soon. AB&T estimates it will
probably be late spring or early
summer before the first licenses
are actually issued and liquor-
selling establishments can
open.
Restaurants, on the other
hand, can begin applying for
special liquor licenses immedi-
ately after the challenge period
ends and the vote is certified.
They first need to show they
would derive at least 51% of
their revenue from food sales
and have enough seating and
square footage among other
requirements, officials say.
However, patrons could be
able to purchase margaritas, gin
and tonics, Long Island iced
teas, and other hard alcohol
drinks with their meals as early
as mid-December.

Story written by Jeff
Everts. Reach him at:
jeverts @ srpressgazette. corn


planning or construction.
An affordable apartment
community named Bell Ridge
Apartments is currently being
planned for the Bell Lane/Pace
Lane area near Wal-Mart and
would see approximately 170
units.
The developers of Bell
Ridge also own a piece of com-
mercial property in the same
area and are considering the
possibility of restaurants and
even a hotel for the site.
Other projects currently
under development include the
Empire Office Park on
Highway 90 in Pace, the Lakes
at Stonebrook residential com-
munity, the Cornerstone
Business Center and Storage
Master on Woodbine Road, and
(outside of the Pace area)


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with room for a family photo.
The show also offers
Christmas Carols set to dancing
lights, a children's bungee
jump, and more animals on dis-
play.
"At times, you can see it
really snowing as you stroll
through the park," organizers
note.
This year's Zoolights spon-
sor, the Allstate Foundation, is
collecting gifts at the event, to
be distributed by Communities
Caring and Christmas at local
offices.
Officials say they could still
use items for pre-teens and
teenagers, like hairdryers, per-
fumes, colognes, CDs, DVDs
and makeup.
Regular park hours are 9
a.m. to 4 p.m.
Zoolight shows begin at 6
p.m.
Tickets are $5 plus tax, and
children two and under get in
free. They may be purchased at
the gate. All proceeds benefit
Communities Caring at
Christmas and the Gulf Coast
Zoological Society.


Preferred Birds (wholesale
exotic birds) in the Airport
Industrial Park in East Milton.
According to officials, it is
hard to gauge how much of this
proposed new construction can
be tied to the outcome of the
recent wet/dry referendum.
Officials do say, however, it
appears a large amount of prop-
erty changed hands in the
buildup to the vote.
But, developers appear to
be playing their cards close to
the vest while waiting out the
90-day challenge period, which
is scheduled to end at midnight
on December 5.
After that date, officials say
residents could see a flood of
new construction signs popping
up along local roadways with
both well-known and not-so-
well-know company names on
them.
Reach writer at:
jeverts@srpressgazette.com


Harold E. Barrett, D.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
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Dr. Barrett graduated as a Doctor of Osteopathy from
Nova Southeastern University and recently finished the
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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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lion short of what we know we
need to do right now," says
SSteve Ratliff, Assistant
Superintendent for
Administration with the School
Board.
Ratliff says building costs
have gone up 30-50% because
of the recent hurricanes and the
class size reduction amendment
isn't helping matters. He feels
the school system is having to
step backwards to meet state-
mandated requirements.
"Because of the hurricanes,
our growth plans (done in
March of 2004) have already
become outdated and we need a
consultant to come in and help
with new plans," Ratliff states.
"We are also still reeling
from the financial issues related
to Hurricane Dennis," he con-
tinues.
"FEMA still owes us about
$30 million just from that storm
alone."
However, plans for expan-
sion are actively being pursued
and will possibly see several


Local


new facilities or upgrades to
existing facilities over the next
five tol0 years.
A new elementary school is
currently under construction in
Navarre and is projected to
open in August.
Another elementary school
would be built in the area near
Avalon Middle School if a pro-
posed land swap between the
School Board and the proper-
ty's owners takes place.
This school, if built, would
also open in August and offer
relief to schools like Bagdad,
Rhodes, and Berryhill.
"Beyond that, our next
major expansion needs to be at
Sims and Avalon Middle
Schools," Ratliff says, noting
"We also need to look at a qaf6
at East Milton Elementary and
'a caf6 and dining area at Gulf
Breeze Elementary."
The School Board has been
given two tracts of land in the
proposed new Whisper Creek
subdivision on Berryhill Road
for future expansion.
The Board also knows a


new high school in the
Pace/Chumuckla area is a
must...if money can be found,
The cost of the new school
could be upwards of $50 mil-
lion with the inclusion of the
athletic facilities.
"Right now, we are having
to borrow money to build newv
schools as well as renovate and
maintain our existing build-
ings," Ratliff states.
There are two options the
School Board is looking at t6
help with funding construction
needs.
The first is impact fees.
The Board has commissioned a
study to see what effect impos-
ing the fees would have oni
budget needs.
Secondly, the current half-
cent sales tax being collected to
help with school growth expires
in 2008 and without its renewal,
say officials, the Board will seb
additional difficulties in meet-
ing expenses. "There is no way
we could meet our needs and
safety levels if the tax expires,''
Ratliff says.


Mall


Continued From Page One.
er giant Simon, (which operates
Cordova Mall and University
Mall in Pensacola) that's a
complicated question.
"There are a number of
things we look at," says Simon
spokesman Les Morris.
Number-one is demograph-
ics.
"What's the population
growth," he notes. "It's often
been said in our industry that
developers follow rooftops."
Other considerations
include home values, the, per-
centage of young families ver-
sus empty-nesters, area educa-
tion levels, where people work
and other household informa-
tion.
The agency also looks at
kind and levels of other area
retail, community centers,
restaurants and other stores.
And mall retailers, them-
selves, weigh in on location
decisions.
"Each tenant that we work


with has a business plan to exe-
cute, as well," Morris points
out.
Also key factors-the kind
and level of infrastructure that's
available. That includes multi-
purpose roads, utilities and
water. (Easy) permitting
processes and zoning issues, are
also considerations, Morris
notes.
Simon is a public company,
Morris points out. With con-
struction investment (for any
one particular new mall) at
about $100 million, the poten-
tial return to stockholders is
also a major consideration.
"These are not decisions
that are entered into lightly,"
Morris observes.
He says a mall project
would begin with research to
determine if a prospective com-
munity is currently "under-
served" for retail.
Morris cites three kinds of
mall type developments dealt
with by Simon: standard,


regional enclosed malls; premi-
um outlet centers; and newly-
emerging "lifestyle centers."
"Lifestyle center develop-
ments (like Destin Commons)
typically combine retail stores,
office space, hotels, restaurants
and, in some cases, even resi-
dential development, -all in one
area.
The "multi-use" develop-
ments seem to be catching on
throughout the U.S., as people
seek areas to live, work and
play, that reduce driving time.
Recent Simon projects have
involved adding outdoor vil-
lage-style areas onto already-
existing mall space, to expand
available uses, says Morris.
Santa Rosa's recent
Navarre Town Center project is
designed toward that same end.
Simon lists more informa-
tion on its development- pro-
gram at simon.com.
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Pace goes to 'buyers' market'


By DEBORAH NELSON
Press Gazette Staff Writer
Looking for a home in
Pace?
Now might be the time to
buy- area real estate experts
say a healthy inventory of avail-
able homes has created a buy-
ers' market in the area.
That's a change from just a
year ago when Hurricane Ivan
sent home prices into an
upward spiral.
"After Ivan, things went sky
high," recalls Exit Realty Sale's
Manager Gary VerCroise.
Normal home appreciation
value is about five to eight per-
cent per year. But after Ivan,
prices jumped by as much as 45
percent as displaced residents
desperately sought relocation to
any available homes on the
'market, VerCrouse recalls.
But the rush to buy' slowed,
after Cindy and Dennis made
,some residents think about
:moving somewhere else, entire-
ly.
"What actually happened
was, the market started going
into a freeze," says VerCrouse.
"Instead of buying [another

Jay parade

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December


3


'By DEBORAH NELSON
Press Gazette Staff Writer


The Town of Jay is cele-
.-brating Christmas with an old
fashioned downtown tree light-
ing.
The eventbegins at 2 p.m.,
Saturday, December 3.
Planned activities include
,rock climbing, a Moonwalk,
photos with Santa, food, games,
,entertainment, door prizes,
booths and more.
Officials will light the tree,
decorated by Jay Elementary
-School students, at dusk.
Story written by Deborah
Nelson. Reach her at:
Nelson@sr-pg.com


home,] a lot of people just
moved away."
Currently, thanks to new
construction, combined with
renewed turnover rates, there's
lots of homes out there for
sale...and lots of people look-
ing.
"Nice stuff that's priced
right is going fast," VerCrouse
observes.
The area's inventory has
increased from 1,500 to 4,500
homes in the past three months,
he says, and that may be good
news for prospective homebuy-
ers weary of looking for some-
thing affordable.
"A real strong sellers' mar-
ket skipped right past the level-
ing off period, into a real strong
buyers' market," VerCrouse
notes.
That means buyers can be a
bit more choosy.
Homes stay on the market
an average of 68 days currently,
and between 600 and 700
homes' change hands every
month, according to experts.
VerCrouse says homes still
priced for the post-Ivan crush
are not selling as quickly, and
price reductions are not uncom-
mon.
"There are a lot of over-
priced homes .out there right
now," he notes.
Although some Katrina
escapees have decided to stay,
the overall supply and demand
curve is still tipped in favor of
buyers, as the market returns to
a more stable appreciation rate,
VerCrouse says.
New construction is
increasing the number of homes
available, while Santa Rosa's


significant "transient" military
and professional sector add to
turnover rates.
Rental properties are one
area that's still lagging behind
demand.
"There's not enough rental
property right niow," VerCrouse
confirms.
Some buyers are purchas-
ing homes and turning them
into rentals, he notes, but. it's
still not enough to meet the.
demand.
"There's always been more
people whoI need to rent [in
Santa Rosa] than the available
supply," he observes.
Still-low interest rates,
however, are leading many to
choose home 'ownership over
renting which .could actually
exceed mortgage payment
rates.
So when's the bubble going
to burst on area real estate
prices?
"There's no such thing as a
bubble," VerCrouse says-and.
notes it's all.part of a supply
and demand cycle between buy-
ers' and sellers' markets.
The current real estate
boom doesn't look like its
going to slow any time soon, he
says, and he predicts the area
buyers' market will continue for
the short term, at least.
After that, it's probably up
to Mother Nature.
"You can't really predict
out more than a yeat,"
VerCrouse observes, "because
you don't what's going to. hap-
pen next summer."

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Where Keri Sims takes care of your dog from its nose to its toes


By OBIE CRAIN
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Although any number of peo-
ple might prefer to take care of
their dogs' personal grooming
themselves, it's -not a practical
idea because the task is a very spe-
cialized procedure. Proper groom-
ing not only takes special tools
and equipment, but it requires pro-
fessional knowledge and expertise
in "how-to" skills that one doesn't
pick up overnight.
But entrusting the .Welfare and
safety of your best friend (as
dogs have come to be character-
ized) to just anybody is something
you donft readily wish to do.
That's understandable. You
would like to be assured that the
groomer you choose not only has


the proper facilities, training, and
experience, but that he or she has
the proper temperament and car-
ing attitude for treating your ani-
mal with compassion and respect
as you would yourself.
Keri Sims at Premier Pet
Grooming knows exactly how you
feel, and as an animal enthusiast
herself shares those concerns. And
as a groomer with 13 years of pro-
fessional experience, she feels that
she knows the mechanics and art
of taking your -dog to its fullest
potential in terms of appearance.
Kefi grew up in an animal ori-
ented atmosphere, and those traits
have become a part of her own
family as well.. Early on she
learned the trade through showing
and grooming dogs for her parents
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Quentin, the Irish Setter that's part of the Sims family stands tall as a major winner in the March 2005
show of The Pensacola Dog Fanciers Association, Inc. Quentin is a reflection of the general interest the
Sims Family shows in its animals, as well as the grooming skills of his owner. Chances are you will see
him at the shop when you visit. He likes the environment. Left to right are an unidentified show judge;
Handler Ryan Wolfe; Ms. Keri Sims; and her son Eric Dalgleish, a senior at Pace High School.
(Sims Family photo.)


grooming shop in Pensacola. So
you see her experience has not just
recently been acquired.
The wide variety of dogs with
which she has worked over the
years covers them all, including
breed and size. "We pride our-
selves on our services and provide
a stress free and relaxing environ-
ment for your pet," she says. And
she takes the service a step further
through her obvious concern for
those special "friends" that have
.been with you for a long while or
which you have just acquired. "We
offer special care for senior dogs,
as well as puppies," she said.
"Our staff is professional,
patient, and your pet is never left
unattended," she points out on her
web site, and goes on to explain,
"We value our clients, listen to
them, and are careful to address
their pets' individual needs." Not
only is each pet given individual
attention, but as much time as is
needed is allotted to each and
every one 'of them.
"At Premier Pet Grooming,
our goal is simple: to develop a


lifelong relationship with you and
your pet by providing the best pro-
fessional and compassionate
grooming service in the Milton and
Pace area of Santa Rosa County,'
Keri assures her customers.
Keri explains her personal
connection to the grooming busi-
ness this way. "It's something I
love to do, and I believe this make
a difference in the way anyone is
involved in their work. Something
you enjoy is something you
become engaged in to a greater
extent and are more successful at."
Dogs, like children growing up
in the family setting, develop
admirable manners from training
and regular schedules. Keri says
that it is wise to begin your pet in a
regular grooming regimen early. In
that way as it grows, it will develop
composure and discipline.
Proper grooming that's started
early and maintained in a regular
fashion will also benefit the pet's
(and your'owr)' self esteem.
There are three boys in the
Sims family, T.C., 19; Eric, 17; and
Andy, 16. T.C. is in the Navy now,
but Eric and Andy both attend Pace


High School. All of them seem to
have the same respect and admira-
tion for animals as their mother.
The shop is located at 5933
Graham Lane, just off the east side
of Avalon Blvd. and just south of
the Carroll Road intersection on
Avalon Blvd. Itis easily accessible,
and therefs plenty of parking space.
Appointments are required, so you
are requested to call (850) 626-
6072 to make arrangements for
your pets grooming.
Hours are from 8 a.in. to 5
p.m. during the week with the
exception of Tuesdays. The shop is
closed on Tuesdays and Sundays.
1 Keri and.her husband Junior
have Arabian horses which they
maintain and enjoy on a mostly
recreational basis. However, they
are heavily involved in civic and
professional activities as well. "We
ride with the Santa Rosa County
Sherifffs Posse and assist with
security at some events," Keri said.
.: Another featured, serviceof,
Premier Pet Grooming is the Solid
Gold Health Products line for pets.
Dry foods include the popular"
Hund-n-Flocken adult dog food


and the Hundchen Flocken puppy
food, both of which contain premi-'q
um ingredients with no artificial j
preservatives.
They are packaged in hermeti- ,j
cally sealed bags, the barrier pack- r
aging of which helps to maintain.
the palatability of the food it con-.
tains and also helps to sustain the.
potency of nutrients such as vita-'il
mins, minerals, and amino acids.
A wide variety of Solid Gold,q
supplements, are also featured at',
Premier Pet Grooming. "Solid,[,
Gold supplements are the perfect,j.
way to add that additional nutrition
in your pet's diet," Keri advises.r,
"All of our supplements are tested"
and ensured to provide the optimal'"
nutrition for your pet." q
All in all, Premier Pet.
Grooming provides a comprehen-
sive, one-stop pet grooming forl
your pet, including Premier bath
and coat conditioning,, blow dry,,
nails trimmed, ears cleaned, anal,
glands drained (if applicable), and.
full brush out and detangled coat
(if applicable).
Bathing starts at $16.00 and5
grooming starts at $28.00..'
Microtech bath (Medic) is $3.00
extra. ;
They also provide special.,
shampoo for. pets with skin and,
flea allergies at an additional cost
of $2.00.
You may rest assured also that,
at Premier Pet Grooming a clean,
healthy, and safe environment is-.y
always, maintained.. All tables,,'
cages, and towels are cleaned andr
disinfected after each pet is,!
groomed. ?
Since your pet's comfort and
well being is the first concern to
the groomer, you are requested to-
advise them of any special medical"'
conditions or allergies your pet'.
may have. e
Give Keri a call at (850).626-
6072 and make an appointment fory
your pets grooming. You can also,
access the shop at its web site,
www.premierpetgrooming.com on
the internet.
You will be proud of the serv-;2
ices provided at Premier Peta1
Grooming, and your pet will
reflect the energy and self esteem,,
that only comes from a refreshing-
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Group seeks more to help homeless


By DEBORAH NELSON
Press Gazette Staff Writer
An interfaith area charity
for the homeless is seeking
additional churches to partici-
pate in the group's new hospi-
tality program.
Family Promise of Santa
Rosa, part of the nationwide
Interfaith Hospitality Network,
was formed to offer refuge to,
displaced residents and fami-
lies.
"There are 1,100 homeless
people [in Santa Rosa] on any
given day and 60 percent of
those are women, and most of
them have children," First
United Methodist Church's
Reverend Gerald Shelton point-
ed out at a recent Family
Promise fundraiser.


Family Promise currently
, has 16 churches on board to
participate, twelve of which
will host displaced individuals
and families.
The agency needs one more
host church before it can offi-
cially begin hospitality servic-
es.
Organizers say once that
happens, they'll receive clients
through local service agencies.
Churches will rotate host-
ing on a three-month basis with
each church sheltering three to
five families at a time. .
Organizers say the program
has proven successful in other
areas throughout the country.
"Guests are able to main-
tain their dignity and the kind-
ness of the host helps [mitigate
the difficulties] of homeless-


Pace Library set


for bid


By DEBORAH NELSON
Press Gazette Staff Writer
Construction on a new Pace
regional library is officially
open for bids and county
staffers will begin the contrac-
tor selection process on
December 6.
The planned 5,000-6,000
square foot library will be con-
structed on part of a 25-acre site
already owned by the county,
located behind Pace High
School.
The planned building's
design was adopted from anoth-
er area facility-it's a scaled-
down version of the same plans
used to build Navarre's library.
District 1 Commissioner
Tom Stewart initiated efforts to
build the library earlier this
year, fearing the county would
lose. already-received grant
money if the project did'not go
through.
The original $500,000 State
grant was already received and
earmarked for a hew. Pace
library when voters rejected a,
proposed 14,500 square foot
project, last year.


openings
The county will now match
grant money with property
owned by the county-and use
it for its originally intended,
purpose.
Had the grant not been used
for a library, it would have
reverted back to the State. :
Along with the library,,the
project's location could eventu-
ally house a storm shelter/gym,
an aquatic (swimming pool)
facility and a community cen-
ter, if voters say yes.
Any future facilities, say
officials, should be designed for
multi-purpose use, to, adapt as
community needs change.
Stewart has suggested the
library go in first, possibly fol-
lowed by a dual-purpose hurri-
cane shelter-hardened recre-
ational facility such as a gym-
nasium.
SSanta Rosa is in the process
of asking the State for millions
in community projects, like
shelters.
A Pace hurricane shelter
would incorporate a kitchen,
restrooms and shower facilities:.
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ness," Shelton observes.
Currently, social service
agencies refer the homeless in
Santa Rosa to Pensacola shel-
ters where, Family Promise
organizers note, families may
be broken up to find spaces.
Milton's First Baptist
Church has donated a building
to house the agency's Day
Center.
The agency also fields a van
for transport to school, job.
interviews, doctor visits and'
other travel necessities.
I The Day Center facility will
offer a place for clients to
organize and manage mail, job
interviews and other needs.
U.S. Congressman Jeff
Miller praised Family
Promise's mission and goals,
and noted recent events demon-
strate an ongoing need for char-
itable participation.
"Katrina revealed a dark
side of poverty..," he pointed
out. "We all know that there's
poverty in this country and it's
not just in New Orleans."
Miller points out that the
agency's work will assist peo-
ple in ways beyond'providing
food and shelter.
"It feels good to help oth-
ers," he observes. "Let us not
forget that the least of us needs
a helping hand and we can
make a difference in one per-
son's life.".
Shelton notes that the
Interfaith Network processed
over 15,000 people last year
and located housing for about
80 percent.
Currently, participating
Family Promise churches
include Avalon Baptist, Billory
Baptist, Christ United,
Methodist, First Assembly of
God, First United Methodist
(Milton and Pace), Harvest
Community, Pace Assembly of
God, Pine Terrace Baptist, St.
Mary's Episcopal, St. Rose of
Lima, Wallace Baptist,
Community of Christ, First
-Baptist, Living Truth, and Pace
Presbyterian.
Story written by Deborah
-Nelson. Reach her at:
Nelson @sr-pg.corn


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Santa Rosa County
Tax Collector
The 2005 Santa Rosa County tax bills were placed in the mail November I st
and should be in property owner's hands by now. If you have not received a
bill for all property you own in Santa Rosa County please contact us immedi-
ately at one of the following locations, phone number, or web-site. Please
remember that taxes paid or post-marked during the month of November
receive a 4% discount.

Main Office: Milton: Santa Rosa Administrative Center 6495 Caroline Street

Branch Offices: Pace 4000 Hwy. 90 Unit A. across from the new Sonic
Drive-In, Open 7-6 Tuesday through Friday

Jay 5259 Booker Lane in the Community Center

Gulf Breeze: 1101 Gulf Breeze Parkway Suite 104

Midway: South Santa Rosa Services Center 5841 G. B. Parkway Suite B

Office Hours: All offices are open 8-4:30,Monday through Friday, with the
exception of the Pace. Branch which is, open 7-6 Tuesday through Friday'

Office website for inquiries & payments:
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By JEFF EVERTS
Aress Gazette Staff Writer
j Pace is about to see the
opening of a new, state of the
art medical facility.
' Sacred Heart Medical Park
i$ scheduled to begin opening,
ioa phases, next month.
The new facility is located
on the north side of Highway 90
between Woodbine Road and
Chumuckla Highway.
The new facility will help
to consolidate existing facilities
in Pace while also offering new
services to the community, hos-
pital spokesmen say.
The Medical Park will give
residents of Milton and Pace
access to diagnostic medical
tests, outpatient surgery, doc-
tor's offices, and many other
Sacred Heart features all in one
location.
The $11 million facility is
located on 13 acres of land and
will be three stories
high... totaling 60,000 square
feet of medical space.
1 Included among its servic-
ds, officials say: the latest in
diagnostic imaging technology


Heart facility begins opening next month


including MRI and CT scan-
ners, rehabilitation services,
and physicians' offices.
Health services available at
the center will include laborato-
ry and imaging services, outpa-
tient surgery, rehabilitation and
physical therapy services,
obstetrics and gynecology prac-
tices, as well as family physi-
cians.
Physician offices will be
located in new office space pro-
vided on the second and third:
floors of the structure.
- Sacred Heart will be relo-
cating three family practice
physicians, two Ob/Gyns, and
Rehabilitation services from
other existing locations in Pace.
Physicians scheduled to.
move to the new facility include
Dr. Laura Harrison, Dr. Daniel
Hickman, Dr. Matthew
Kinzelman and Dr. Mark
Josephson who are all practic-
ing family medicine.
There will also be extra
office space to offer other med-
ical specialties when needed:
"The new Sacred Heart
Medical Park will make it easi-
er for Santa Rosa County resi-


dents to receive outpatient serv-
ices from Sacred Heart, all in
one convenient location," says
Patrick Madden, President and
CEO of Sacred Heart Health
System.
"This is an important step
in the growth of our regional
health system," he continues.
Johnson Development of
Birmingham, a firm that spe-
cializes in the development of
medical offices and outpatient
facilities throughout the
Southeast, is the developer of
the facility.
The general 'contractor is
Greenhut Construction and the
architects of the project are
Caldwell Associates of
.Pensacola and Gresham, Smith,
and Partners of Jacksonville.
Johnson Development has
successfully partnered with
Greenhut in the past to develop
other medical buildings for
Sacred Heart in Pensacola and
along the Emerald Coast.
For more information on
Sacred Heart Health System,
call 416-7000,
Story written by Jeff
Everts. Reach him at:
jeverts@srpressgazette. corn


Garcon bridge hopes future bright


By JEFF EVERTS
Press Gazette Staff Writer
The Santa Rosa Bay Bridge
Authority hopes to end the.year
on a positive note as members
prepare to make their January
payment to bond holders for the
Garcon Point Bridge. '
According to Hal Danley,
the Authority hopes to make the
payment without dipping into
reserve funds to make up any
potential shortfall.
"It is my hope that we will,
-be able to make the payment
and also repay some of the
money we borrowed from the
reserve fund in the -past,"
Danley says.
Traffic counts and revenue
on the bridge continue to
.increase makirigDarile and their
Authority feel good about the


bridge's future.
"This is Santa Rosa
County's version of Scenic
Highway and people are begin-
ning to realize it," Danley says.
"If anyone hasn't driven
across the 'bridge, they need to
try it just to see the views," he
continues.
According to Danley, riders
have, in the past, been hesitant
to paying the toll to cross the
bridge, thinking their tax dol-
lars bliilt the span.
"This isn't true," says
Danley..
"This bridge was built
entirely with (private
investors') bond money and not
a single tax dollar was-spent.'".
Ridership for 2005 has
averaged 136,981 vehicleg-per
month while revenue has aver-


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These figures include both reg-
ular vehicles and Sunpass (elec-
tronic) users.
When referring to Sunpass,
Danley urges bridge users to
take advantage of the small
box.
"If you make 30 trips across
the bridge per month, you get a
50% discount if you use
Sunpass. And, you don't have
to stop at the tollbooth because
you can simply slow down and
pass through'the Sunpass lane,"
he says.
Usage of the bridge has
increased over the past year due
to the number of major storms
that have; affected the area.
Another factor has been the
construction-in and around the
1-10 bridge.


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By JEFF EVERTS
Press Gazette Staff Writer
With the explosive growth
being seen in the Pace area, the
Pace Water System is expand-
ing to keep up.
General Manager Ted
Dotson says the utility is in the
process of completing its water
reuse system project and is also
in the preliminary design phase
of an expansion of the sewage
treatment plant's facilities.
The sewage expansion will
see an increase in capacity from
the current two million gallons
to five million gallons per day.
"We have to stay ahead of
the curve," says Dotson. "New
businesses are going in every
day and we're aware of at least
16 separate subdivisions that
are already in the pipeline. If -
we don't begin now, we'll find
ourselves behind."
By ~eaw;, when a sewage
treatment-plant reaches 50% of
its capacity, it musf begin plan-
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gallon a day limit, Dotson says
the utility already is seeing days
*when the flow to the plant
exceeds 1.3 million gallons.
While a one-million gallon
expansion would meet the legal
demands set forth by governing
agencies, Dotson says the utili-
ty believes it "might as well" go
ahead and "build out" the cur-
rent Woodbine Road location.
Dotson says the utility is
hoping to .have approval for the
expansion by the middle of next
year.
They then hope to have
construction finished and the
expanded system fully func-
tional by the mid-2007.
The system has almost
completed its reuse facility
which will provide reclaimed
water from sewage for the
watering of lawns and washing
of cars to many in the Pace area..
A one million -.gallon-
ground storage'tank has beepn
constructed adjacent" to'o
Stonebrook Village and will, in


the coming months, begin pro-
viding reclaimed water to many
residents in that vicinity.
Reuse facilities, experts
note, provide an inexpensive
source of irrigation while als6
conserving limited supplies of
fresh water.
The utility is also looking at
connecting feeder lines from
Woodbine Road and
Chumuckla Highway to th6
reuse tank at Stonebrook.
Dotson says he hopes to
have the testing finished, the
Chumuckla lines connected to
the Stonebrook facility, and the
system fully functional by the
end of this year.
Several subdivisions are
being connected to the new
reuse lines and Pace Water
hopes to further expand that
portion of its system and start
branching out to other areas.
Dotson.says the utility is
also looking at a few more weH
--sites and lift stations, which
wouldd add capacity to the s\s-
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and sounds to enjoy such as (above) three year old Jaden Cheyenne playing a flute while her mother Kimberly Penton as grandfather Daniel
Pitts look on. (Below, left) James
Smith is busy grilling a very popu-
lar staple of corn on the cob.
(Below, right) Angela Thorsen is
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Ask 'Ole




Chief

"Chief, I've heard that
the VA is trying to change
Individual
Unemployability (IU) by
requiring an annual
employment question-
naire. Is this true?",

The VA back a number
of Nears ago used to
require an annual employ-
ment questionnaire on all'
veterans who were receiv-
ing 100% compensation
based on IU. The VA plans
to return to this beginning
this past October 2005.
You should be receiving, in
the near future, a VA Form
21 -4140 to complete. Your
failure to complete and
return the form will result
in the termination of your
100% compensation. You
will be .reduced to your
schedular rating (e.g. 60%,
70%, etc.).
Every veteran receiving
IU will receive the form
unless: (1) veteran reaches
Sage 69: has been rated-
100% Service Connected
'for 20 or more continuous
years (protected rate); or
has been rated a schedular
100% for a single disabili-
S ty.

"Chief, when should,
2 we plan to start mailing
packages to my brother
Sin Iraq?"

Well, this is a little out
of my area of expertise,
but, here goes. I phoned
the U.S. Postal Service and
S this is what I learned.
Parcel Post items need to
be mailed by November
12th. Space Available Mail
(SAM) needs to be sent by
November 26th. Parcel
Airlift Mail (PAL) mailed
by December 3rd. Priority
and First' Class mail must
be in the Post Office by
S December 10th. Now, this
S's for all mail going to an
APO or FPO.


PSEUDO


Artificial


grass


C hristel Scnmidt wanted a lush
green lawn without all the
mowing, weeding, fertilizing
and seeding.
To the horror ol her neighbors,
Schmidt found her answer in a roll of
faux grass.
"We watched them roll out this lake
grass," said neighbor Susan Kea, a few
houses down. "Everyone was out in
their front.yards looking at it and shak-
ing their heads."
Schmidt's new $10,000 lawn was
installed by SYNIawn While her neigh-
bors aren't exactly fans, the Orlando
company has seen enough residential
demand to warrant opening a store this
fall in Marietta, Ga., according to
SYNIawn CEO Joseph Morris
"My grass always looked very bad,
even though I spent a lot of money on
it," said Schmidt, a project manager with
LucentTechnologies. "I had a lawn com-
pany, a gardener, but it still was full of
brown spots and looked awful"
As the plastic lawns take root in
more communities nationwide, strong
reactions typically follow.
.Dan Van Houl, president of the
Woodfieid Homeowners Association
where Schmidt lives in Roswell, Ga.,
said neighbors were "up in arms' when
they heard of Schm dt's plans.
"We never considered putting in a
clause banning artificial lawns," said
Van Hout. "We'd never even heard of it
before.'
Several national companies, as well
as a number of regional businesses,
sell and install artificial turf, but the resi-
dential community is a new arena,
hanks to more realistic variations.
Residential sales took oft in the
Southwest, where water is harder to
come by, said Morris, who's been sell-
ing fake turf for playing fields and golf
courses for about 15 years. Morris said
the trend is moving east to states like
Massachusetts, New Jersey and now
Georgia.
The reception hasn't always been
welcoming. In Nevada, some home-
owner associations banned the fake
grass as tacky. Marco Island, Fla., has
banned it for environmental reasons.
Officials were afraid the tiny rubber pel-
lets used as infill to make some of the -
grasses stand up would run off into
local waterways and pollute them.
Grady Miller, associate professor of
turf grass science at the University of
Florida in Gainesville, said there are
other environmental concerns. He said
plastic grasses don't filter rainwater,
produce oxygen or help cool the air like
real grasses. He also questioned how
well fake grass can handle heavy runoff
during downpours. Lastly, how does
one dispose of fake sod?
To help with runoff, Morris adds 2 to
3 inches of compacted sand below the
turf. Another company in the Atlanta ,
area, Outdoor Concepts: of
McDonough, Ga., uses a more elabo- ,
rate system. Owner David Esslinger
typically installs putting greens, but has
done some yards as well. His installa-
tions include a piped drainage system.
Fake lawns past their prime end up.
in landfills, Morris said. Newer lines of
grasses are made of materials that are


SOD


product finds foothold on struggling lawns


WHICH IS REAL,
WHICH IS FAUX?

The sample on the left is
a square of St. Augustine
sod. SYNlawn's
SynAugustine has a more
uniform appearance.


easier, to recycle.,
"'We're working to put together a pro-
gram to recycle it," Morris said.
SYNIawn officials say pseudo sod has
advantages: It helps conserve water,
doesn't require pesticides or fertilizer,
which can pollute groundwater, and is bet-
"'er for people with grass allergies.
Nol thai the fake grasses are a threat
to traditional yards yet. Few local lawn
service companies had even heard of
such a concept.
'I can't see it going here in Georgia -
we've got too much green going on," said
Rick McGee, owner of Irish Green Lawn &
Landscape.
But many struggle with growing the


green. University of Georgia professor
Paul Raymer, who studies and develops
new turf grasses, said the Peach State can
be hard on grass.,
"Most of the lawn grasses grown in
Georgia have been introduced," he said.
"And the soil here-the clay- is difficult.
Add high temperatures, which can
stress grass, and high humidity, which
leads to diseases, and it's not always a
welcoming environment, Raymer said.
Add shade or heavy traffic, and the
chances of having a lush lawn are slim.
That's why some have turned to plastic
grass as an alternative. The Lovett School
in Atlanta had Outdoor Concepts install
fake turf on a children's playground last


HOW THEY
COMPARE
The lawn in a -acre lot
of about 10,890 square feet
typically takes up 3,000
square feet. Here is a cost
comparison for outfitting
such a lawn:

FAUX LAWNS:
SYNIawn:.Charges about
$5.50 to $7.50 a square
loot (installed), depending
on the grass chosen. Cost,
using the least expensive
fake grass: $16,500
Outdoor Concepts:
Charges $8.75 to $12.50
per square foot for 2-inch
grass, depending on the
size of the yard. Cost, using
$8.75 per square foot:
$26,250.
SOD LAWNS:
Cost varies depending
on the type of grass and
size of the yard. But most
types of sod costs about 55
cents to $1 per square foot.
Cost using 85 cents a
square foot (installed):
$2,550
Annual cost for biweekly
lawn service (cutting and
cleanup): $1,040
INSTALLATION
METHODS
Companies have various
methods for installing artifi-
cial lawns. Here are two:
SYNlawn: Puts down 2
to 3 inches of compacted
sand, then rolls out the turf,
affixing the edges with 5-
inch staples. The product is
guaranteed against fading
and wear. Some varieties
-are guaranteed for five
years. The more expensive
models are guaranteed for
10 years. For more informa-
tion, call 1-866-796-5296 or
visit www.synlawn.com.
Outdoor Concepts:
Puts down a landscape
fabric to block weeds, then
covers it with 3 to 4 inches
of gravel. A drainage sys-
tem of pipes is installed in
the gravel. Artificial turf is
laid and then a combination
of sand and ground rubber
is poured to help the grass
stand up. The ends are
sealed with edging. The
product is guaranteed for
eight years. For more infor-
mation, call 770-314-0632.


year.
Atlanta homeowners Mark and Nancy
Rafuse put SYNIawn in their shaded back
yard after two tailed efforts with sod.
I wanted a place for the kids to play,
and this fit the bill," said Mark Rafuse, CFO
for a hotel company.
Even homeowner president Van Hout
said now that it's spring, Schmidt's lawn,
which was installed in December, doesn't
look that bad. It also helps that its mostly
hidden from view by shrubs, he added.
"It looks OK in the summer, but in the
winter it was really ugly," said Van Hout.
,'Then, it was still bright green. Everyone
else's yards were brown, and she looked
like she had a golf course."


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Hodges completes
Navy basic training
(FHTNC)-Navy Seaman
Recruit John K. Hodges, son of
Angie D. and Andy S. Adcox of
Navarre, FL, recently complet-
ed U.S. Navy basic training at
Recruit Training Command,
Great Lakes, IL.
During the eight-week pro-
gram, Hodges completed a vari-
ety of training, which included
classroom study and practical
instruction on naval customs,
first aid, firefighting, water safe-
ty and survival, and shipboard
and aircraft safety. An emphasis
was also placed on physical fit-
ness.
The capstone event of boot
camp is "Battle Stations". This
exercise gives recruits the skills
and confidence they need to
succeed in the fleet. "Battle
Stations" is designed to galva-
nize the basic warrior attributes


of -acritice, dedication, team-
work and endurance in each
recruit through the practical
application of basic Navy skills
and the core values of Honor,
Courage and Commitment. Its
distinctly 'Navy' flavor was
designed to take into account
what it means to be a Sailor.
Hodges- is a 2003 graduate
of Navarre High School of
Navarre, FL.

Freisner's
ship volunteers
help in Dubai
(FHTNC)-Navy Petty
Officer 3rd Class Derek E.
Freisner, son of Tammy and Jon
Burch of Milton, FL, and his
fellow shipmates took part in a
community relations project
during a port xi.it to Dubai,
United Arab Emirates, while on
a scheduled deployment in sup-


port of the Global War on
Terrorism while assigned to the
amphibious assault ship USS
Kearsarge homeported in
Norfolk, VA.
Marines and Sail6rs of
Freisner's unit volunteered for
the project at City of Hope, a
women's shelter in Jumeirah.
Volunteers painted hallways and
performed general repair work,
while some of the servicemem-
bers played with the children
staying'at the home.
USS Kearsarge is conducting
maritime security operations
(MSO) in the Persian Gulf.
MSO sets the conditions for
security and stability in the mar-
itime environment, as well as
complements the counter-terror-
ism and security efforts of
regional nations. MSO denies
international terrorists' use of
the maritime environment as a
venue for attack or to transport


personnel, %weapons or other
materials
USS Kearsarge supports
amphibious assault operations
using Landing Craft Air
Cushions,, which are specially-
designed Hovercraft that travel
above land and sea surfaces to
deliver vehicles and equipment.
The ship also has conventional
landing craft and helicopters
embarked, and is equipped with'
medical facilities staffed by
Navy doctors, dentists, nurses
and corpsmen.
Freisner is a 1999 graduate
of Milton High School of
Milton, FL. and joined the Navy
in January 2002.

Samples recalled
to active duty
Air Force Reserve Master
Sgt. Carl W. Samples Jr. has
been recalled to active duty to
be the acting first sergeant for


the 45th Cil Engineer
Squadron at Patrick:Air Force
Base, Cocoa Beach, FL.
After completing his five-
month assignment as acting first
sergeant, he will deploy to an
overseas location for 120 days
to serve as an Air Expeditionary
Forces first sergeant.
Samples, who has 22 years
of military service, is the son of
Carl W. and Marjorie S.
Samples of Jo Tam Lane,
Navarre, FL.
His wife, Mary, is the daugh-
ter of Jerry and Florence
McLean of Cedar St., Clermont,
FL.
The master sergeant received
an associate degree in 1990
from Alabama Aviation College,
Ozark, AL. He is a senior at
Warner Southern College,
Orlando, FL, in pursuit of a
bachelor's degree.


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IN NTHE CIRCUIT COURT FOR
'SANTA ROSA COUNTY,
FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
t ile No. 7S-aOS-CP477
i toIvon B
IN RE: ESTATE OF
'nnie J. Polk
t ecedsed.
NOTICETO CREDITORS
The administration of the
estate of Tennie J. Polk,
deceased, whose date of
dbath was November 11,
2004, is pending in the Circuit
Court for Santa Rosa County,
Florida, Probate Division, the
address of which is 6865
Caroline Street Suite.N, Milton,
Florida 32570-0472. The
names and addresses of the
personal representative and
the personal representative's
attorney are set forth below.
All creditors of the decedent
and other persons having
, claims or demands against
decedent's estate on Whom a
copy of this notice is required
to be served must file their
claims with this court WITHIN
S THE LATER OF 3 MONTHS
AFTER THE' TIME OF THE
FIRST PUBLICATION OF
THIS NOTICE OR 30 DAYS
AFTER THE DATE OF SER-
VICE OF A COPY OF THIS
NOTICE ON THEM.
All other creditors of the dece-
dent and other persons having
aims or demands against
decedent's estate must file
their claims with this court
WITHIN 3 MONTHS AFTER
fHE DATE. OF THE FIRST
pUBLICATION OF THIS
NOTICE.
ALL CLAIMS NOT FILED
WITHIN THE TIME PERIODS
SET FORTH IN SECTION
733.702 OF THE FLORIDA
PROBATE CODE WILL BE
FOREVER BARRED.
NOTWITHSTANDING THE
TIME PERIOD SET FORTH
ABOVE, ANY CLAIM FILED
TWO (2) YEARS OR MORE
AFTER THE DECEDENT'S
DATE OF DEATH IS BARRED.
The date of first publication of
this notice is November 23,
2005.
Attorney for Personal
Representative:
/s/ Jack Locklin, Jr.
Jack Locklin, Jr.
Florida Bar No. 243167
lrocklin & Jones, PA.
6460 Justice' Avenue
tilton, Florida 32570
telephone: (850).623-2500
personal Representative:
l e/Elvia L. Jordan
Elvia L. Jordan
4b36 Dolson Road
Ay, Florida 32565
1.2305
13005

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT IN
*ND FOR SANTA ROSA
COUNTY, STATE OF FLORI-
DA


Case No. 05-506-DR-01-AD-.
R
DIv.R
IN RE: Adoption of a minor.
AMENDED NOTICE OF
ACTION
TO ANY AND ALL INTEREST-
ED PARTIES:
NOTICE IS GIVEN that a
Petition for Adoption regarding
a child known as DEMETRE
LAVONTE POPE, born
November 2, 1997, at
Pensacola, Escambla County,
Florida, has been filed and any
interested party is required to
serve a copy of your written
defenses, if any, to it on V.
Keith Wells, V. KEITH WELLS,
P.A., 904 East Gadsden
Street, Pensacola, Florida
32501, within thirty (30) days,
and to file the original with the
Clerk of this Court either
before service on Petitioners'
attorney or immediately there-
after.
DATED the 16 day of
November, 2005.
DATE OF FIRST PUBLICA-
TION: November 23, 2005
As Clerk of the Court
Circuit Court Seal,
BY: Rochelle Leonard
As Deputy Clerk
112305
113005
11/835

NOTICE TO BIDDERS
EMERGENCY WATERSHED
PROTECTION PROJECT
Notice is hereby given that the
Board of County
Commissioners of Santa Rosa
County, Florida, will receive
sealed bids for the Jay'
Treatment Plant Emergency.
Watershed Protection Project.
All bids must be in writing and
delivered by hand, Fed Ex, or
mail to the Santa Rosa County,
Procurement Department,
6495 Caroline Street, Suite G,
Milton, Florida, 32570; and
must be received by 10:00
a.m., December 6, 2005, at
which time bids will be opened
and read aloud. Bids received
after the time set for the bid
opening will be rejected and.
retumed unopened to the bid-
der. All in.arested parties are
invited to attend.
Plans and specifications may
be secured from the Santa
Rosa County, Procurement
Department, at the above
address for a non-refundable
cost of $25.00. Telephone
(850) 983-1833.
There will be a Pre-bid
Conference and site showing
on November 28, 2005 at 8:00
a.m. at the Blackwater Soil and
Water Conservation Office
located at 6285 Dogwood
Drive, Milton, Florida, 32570..
It is strongly recommended
that all interested parties
attend the showing.
The OWNER may make such
investigations as deemed nec-


essary to determine the ability
of the BIDDER to perform the
work, and the BIDDER shall
furnish to the OWNER all such
information and data for this
purpose as the OWNER may
request. The OWNER
reserves the right to reject any
BID if the evidence submitted
by, or investigation of, such
BIDDER fails to satisfy the
OWNER that such BIDDER is
properly qualified to carry out
the obligations of the AGREE-
MENT and to complete the
work contemplated herein..
The low BIDDER will be
required to perform at least
50% of the contract work with
Its own employees. Each BID-
DER shall submit experience
information in the specified
form.
All offers are subject to the
work requirements and other
provisions and clauses incor-
porated in the solicitation in full
text or by reference. Offers
providing less than 60 calen-'
dar days for County accept-
ance after the date offers are
due will not be considered and
will be rejected. An offer guar-
antee is required.
All work and workmanship
must be of good quality and
adhere to all applicable laws
and regulations, Contractor
must possess all necessary
licenses.
The Board of County
Commissioners reserves the
right to waive irregularities 'in
bids, to reject any or all bids
with or without cause, and to
award the bid that it deter-
mines to be in the best interest
of Santa Rosa County.
Santa Rosa County does not
discriminate on the basis of
race, color, national origin, sex,
religion, age, or handicapped
status in employment or provi-
sion of service.
By order of the Board of
County Commissioners of
Santa Rosa County, Florida.
112305
112306
11836
NOTICE TO BIDDERS
EMERGENCY WATERSHED
PROTECTION PROJECT
,Notice is hereby given that the
Board of County
Commissioners of Santa Rosa
County, Florida, will receive
sealed bids for the Turkey Bluff
Road Emergency Watershed
Protection Project.
All bids must be in writing and
delivered by hand, Fed Ex, or
mail to the Santa Rosa County,
Procurement Department,
6495 Caroline Street, Suite G,
Milton, Florida, 32570; and
must be received by 10:00
a.m., December 6, 2005, at
which time bids will be opened
and read aloud. Bids received
after the time set for the bid
opening will be rejected and
returned unopened to the bid-
der. All interested parties are
invited to attend.
Plans and specifications may
be. secured from the Santa
Rosa County, Procurement


Department, at the above
address for a non-refundable
cost of $25.00. Telephone
(850) 983-1833.
There will be a Pre-bid
Conference and site showing
on November 28, 2005 at 8:00
a.m. at the Blackwater Soil and
Water Conservation Office
located at 6285 Dogwood
Drive, Milton, Florida, 32570. It
is strongly recommended that
all interested parties attend the
showing.
The OWNER may make such
investigations as deemed nec-
essary to determine the ability
of the BIDDER to perform the
work, and the BIDDER shall
furnish to the OWNER all such
information and data for this
purpose as the OWNER may
request. The OWNER reserves
the right to reject any BID if the
evidence submitted by, or
investigation of, such BIDDER
fails to satisfy the OWNER that
such BIDDER is properly qual-
ified to carry out the obliga-
tions of the AGREEMENT and
to complete the work contem-
plated herein. The low BID-
DER will be required to per-
form at least 50% of the con-
tract work with its own employ-
ees. Each BIDDER shall sub-
mit experience Information In
the specified form.
All offers are subject to the
work requirements and other
provisions and clauses incor-
porated in the solicitation in full
text or by reference. Offers pro-
viding less than 60 calendar
da ,; if.r County acceptance
ane. ir,'- date offers are due
will'not be considered and will
be rejected. An offer guarantee
is required.
All work and workmanship
must be of good quality and
adhere to all applicable laws
and regulations. Contractor,
must possess all necessary
licenses.
The Board *of County
Commissioners reserves the
right to waive irregularities in
bids, to reject any or all bids
with or without cause, and to
award the bid that It deter-
mines to be in the best interest
of Santa Rosa County.
Santa Rosa County does not
discriminate on 'the basis of
race, color, national origin, sex,
religion, age, or handicapped
status in employment or provi-
sion of service.
By order of the Board of
County Commissioners of
Santa, Rosa County, Florida.
112305
112305
11837

NOTICE TO BIDDERS
EMERGENCY WATERSHED
PROTECTION PROJECT
Notice is hereby given that the
Board of County
Commissioners of Santa Rosa
County, Florida, will receive
sealed bids for the Valley Road
Emergency Watershed
Protection Project.


Legals


All bids must be In writing and
delivered by hand, Fed Ex, or
mall to the Santa Rosa
County, Procurement
Department, 6495 Caroline
Street, Suite G, Milton,
Florida, 32570; and must be
received by 10:00 a.m.,
December 6, 2005, at which
time bids will be opened and
read aloud. Bids received after
the time set for the bid open-
ing will be rejected and
returned unopened to the-bid-
der. All interested parties are
invited to attend.
Plans and specifications may
be secured from the Santa
Rosa County, Procurement
Department, at the above
address for a non-refundable
cost of $25.00. Telephone
(850) 983-1833.
There will be a Pre-bid
Conference and site showing
on November 28, 2005 at 8:00
a.m. at the Blackwater Soil and
Water Conservation Office
located at 6285 Dogwood
Drive, Milton, Florida, 32570. It
is strongly recommended that
all Interested parties attend the
showing.
The OWNER may make such
investigations as deemed nec-
essary to determine the ability
of the BIDDER to perform the
work, and the BIDDER shall
furnish to the OWNER all
such information and data for
this purpose as the OWNER
may request. The OWNER
reserves the right to reject any
BID if the evidence submitted
by, or investigation of, such
BIDDER fails to satisfy the
OWNER that such BIDDER is
properly qualified to carry out
the obligations of the AGREE-
MENT and to complete the
work contemplated herein.
The low BIDDER will be
requiredto perform at least
50% of the contract work with
its own employees. Each BID-
DER shall submit experience
information in the specified
form.
All offers are subject to the
work requirements and other
provisions and clauses incor-
porated in the solicitation in full
text or by reference. Offers pro-
viding less than 60 calendar
days for County acceptance
after the date offers are due
will not be considered and will
berejected. An offer guarantee
is required.
All work and workmanship
must be of good quality and
adhere to all applicable laws
and regulations. Contractor
must possess all necessary
licenses.
The Board of County
Commissioners reserves the
right to waive irregularities in
bids, to reject any or all bids
with or without cause, and to
award the bid that it deter-
mines to be in the best interest
of Santa Rosa County.
Santa Rosa County does not.
discriminate on the basis of
race, color, national origin, sex,
religion, age, or handicapped
,status in employment or provi--
sion of service.


By order of the Board of
County Commissioners of
Santa Rosa County, Florida.
112305 .
112305
11/838

NOTICE TO BIDDERS
EMERGENCY WATERSHED
PROTECTION PROJECT
Notice is hereby given that the
Board of County
Commissioners of Santa Rosa
County, Florida, will receive
sealed bids for the Cedar
Street Emergency Watershed
Protection Project. \
All bids must be in writing and
delivered by hand, Fed Ex, or
mail to the Santa Rosa
County, Procurement
Department, 6495 Caroline
Street, Suite G, Milton,
Florida, 32570; and must be
received by 10:00 a.m.;
December 6, 2005, at which
time bids will be opened and
read aloud. Bids received after
the time set for the bid open-
ing will be rejected and
'returned unopened to the bid-
der. All interested parties are
invited to attend.
Plans and specifications may
be secured from the Santa
Rosa County, Procurement
Department, at the above
address for a non-refundable
cost of $25.00. Telephone
(850) 983-1833.
There will be a Pre-bid
Conference and site showing
on November 28, 2005 at 8:00
a.m. at the Blackwater Soil and
Water Conservation Office
located at 6285 Dogwood
Drive, Milton, Florida, 32570. It
is strongly recommended that'
all interested parties attend the
showing.
The OWNER may make such
Investigations as deemed nec-
essary to determine the ability
of the BIDDER to perform the
work, and the BIDDER shall
furnish to the OWNER all such
,information and data for, this
purpose as the OWNER may
request.The OWNER reserves
the right to reject any BID if the
evidence submitted by, or
investigation of, such BIDDER
fails to satisfy the OWNER that
such BIDDER is properly qual-
ified to carry out the obliga-
tions of the AGREEMENT and
to complete the work contem-
plated herein. The low BID-
DER will be required to per-
form at least 50% of the con-
tract work with its own employ-
ees. Each BIDDER shall sub-
mit experience information in
the specified form.
All offers are subject to the
work requirements and other
provisions and clauses incor-
porated in the solicitation in full
text or by reference. Offers pro-
viding less than 60 calendar
days for County acceptance
after the date offers are due
will not be considered and will
be rejected. An offer guarantee
is required.
All work and workmanship
must be of good quality and
adhere to all applicable laws
and regulations. Contractor


must possess all necessary
licenses.
The 6B..ar c.r C .,unly
Comm,..: -:or.eri r,.u.ervr6 tre
right t.:. .va e irfegul3rilie ,.-.
bids, .)je Al n)o .,r a t.1diU
with or without cause, and to
a.,-ar.3 Irhe t .rt i I I 1 I I ia r.
rrn.n, ic. 1 t. i, Ir ir.e Ct iies -.isra
:.1' S'r.'s13 Ros Coun,
Santa Rosa County does not
discriminate on the basis of
race, color, national origin, sex,
reig;.:.r. y,. *,r i-.ardi.: apped
ialu ,r, en-,plc.,r.ri or pre...,.

By order of the Board of
County Commissioners of
Santa Rosa County, Florida.
112305
112305
, 11/839
REQUEST FOR QUALIFICA-
TIONS
FOR ENGINEERING SER-
VICES
Notice is hereby given that .the
Santa Rosa County Board of
County Commissioners is call-
ing for and requesting qualifi-
cations for engineering servic-
es associated with Infrastruc-
ture improvements Included in
.the Navarre Town Center.
Project.
All proposals shall be consid-
ered in accordance with-the
Florida Competitive
Consultant Negotiations Act.
All proposals must be In writing
and delivered by hand, FedEx,
or mail to the Santa Rosa
County Procurement
Department, 6495 Caroline
Street, Suite G, Milton, Florida
32570, and must be received
by 10:00 a.m., January 3,"
2006.
Only proposals received by the
aforestated time and date will
be considered. Proposals
received after the time set for
opening will be rejected and
rer. rn.-d ur.:,l.[.rn-d I, iT.e .ut.
mirn r AII prrop..:,.al hall be
Sa l-.1-3 r..a ,:l.3 arl, i.at1 t. .a,
"RFP- Engineering Service.
Navarre Town Center." Please
provide one original and 11
copies of the proposal.
Questions concerning this
request should be directed to
the Santa Rosa County
Engineer, Roger Blaylock, at
(850) 981-7100.
The Board of County
Commissioners reserves the
right to accept or reject any
and all proposals in whole or In
part, and to waive all informali-
ties.
Santa Rosa County does not
discriminate on the basise of,
face. color, national origin.
sex. religion, age. or handi-
capped status In employ-
ment or provision of service.
By order of the Board of
County Commissioners of
'Santa Rosa County, Florida.
112305
112305
11/840


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR
SANTA ROSA COUNTY,
FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
FIle No.: 57-2005-CP-36M
DOhalon: "B"
IN RE: ESTATE OF
EMOGENE BATEMAN "
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Thr, 3.lnr,.'rilr hior. of the
e.slae i Em ,er.n Bateman,
3Aece,:eaa ,n.;e date of
death was July 16, 2005 is
pending in the Circuit Court for
Santa Rosa County, Florida,
Probate Division, File No. 05-
CP-368, the address of which
is 6816 Caroline Street, Milton,
Florida 32570.
The names and addresses of
the, Personal Representative
and the Personal
Representative's attorney are
set forth below.
All creditors of the decedent
and other persons, who have
claims or demands against
decedent's estate, including'
unmatured, contingerl or
unliquidated claims ana who
ho..e brmr, -er.'ed a ccOry of
i r, :.rn,i, e mu; ille inir
claims with this Court WITHIN
THE LATER OF THREE (3)
MONTHS AFTER THE DATE
OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION
OF THIS NOTICE OR THIRTY
(30) DAYS AFTER THE DATE
OF SERVICE OF A COPY OF
THIS NOTICE 'ON THEM.
All other creditors of the dece-
dent and other persons who
have claims ,or demands
against the decedent's estate,
including unmatured, contin-
gent or unliquidated claims.
must fil teir clas.rns im ir,.
Court WITHI-iJ THREE (3i
MONTHS AFTER THE DATE
OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION .
OF THIS NOTICE. .'
ALL CLAIMS NOT SO FILED
WILL BE FOREVER BARRED
NOTTWITHSTArNDIjNG THE
TIME PERiODS SET FORTH
ABOVE ArNt CLAIM FILED
TWO (2) YEARS OR MORE
AFTER THE DECEDENT'S
DATE OF DEATH IS BARRED.
THE DATE OF THE FIRST
PUBLICATION OF THIS '
NOTICE IS NOVEMBER 23,
2005.
Attorney' for Personal
Representative
/s/ Bruce A. McDonald
Bruce A; McDonald
Florida Bar No. 263311 .
McDonald Fleming Moorhead.
rd/b/a Statewide Probate
25 West Govemment Street
Pensacola, FL 32502
(850) 477-0660; 477-4510 FAX
Peronarl RiHepS.entain6
r, Jaertey a Baleman
Jeffrey A. Bateman
6427 Dancers JImage Trail
Tallahassee, FL 32309
112305
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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR
SANTA ROSA COUNTY,
FLORIDA PROBATE DIVI-
SION
File No. 57-200-CP4-371
DMIvIlon
IN RE: ESTATE OF
JOANNE V. DILL
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
The administration of the
estate of Joanne V. Dill,
deceased, whose date of
death was September 19,
2005, is pending in the Circuit
Court for Santa Rosa County,
Florida, Probate Division; the
address of which is P.O. Box
472, Milton, Florida 32570. The
names and addresses of the
personal representative and
the personal representative's
attorney are set forth below.
All creditors of the decedent
and other persons having
claims or demands against
decedent's estate on whom a
copy of this notice is required
to be served must file their
claims with this court WITHIN
THE LATER OF 3 MONTHS
AFTER THE TIME OF THE
FIRST PUBLICATION OF
THIS NOTICE OR 30 DAYS
AFTER THE DATE OF SER-
'JiCE OF A COPY OF THIS
,NOTICE ,', THEM.
All other creditors of the dece-
dent and other persons having
claims or demands against
-decedent's estate must file
their claims, with this court
WITHIN 3 MONTHS AFTER
THE DATE OF THE FIRST
PUBLICATION OF THIS
NOTICE.
ALL CLAIMS NOT FILED
WITHIN THE TIME PERIODS
SET FORTH IN SECTION.
733.702 OF THE FLORIDA
PROBATE CODE WILL BE
FOREVER BARRED.
NOTWITHSTANDING THE
TIME PERIODS SET FORTH
ABOVE, ANY CLAIM FILED
TWO (2) YEARS OR MORE
AFTER THE, DECEDENTS
DATE OF DEATH IS BARRED.
The date of first publication of
this notice is November 23,
2005.
Attorney for Personal'
Representative
/s/ J. Mark Fisher
J. Mark Fisher
Florida Bar No. 494992
148 SE Miracle Strip Parkway,
Suite 2
'Fort Walton Beach, Florida
32548
Telephone: (850) 244-8989
Personal Representative:
/s/ Deborah Smith
Deborah Smith
1604 Bataan Lane
Gulf Breeze, Florida 32569
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PJC Institute offers courses
for corporate and professional
training. Call 850/484-1374 for
more information.
Give'em the Pickel (3 hrs.)
I p.m. till 4 p.m. on Thurs.,
Dec. I; Cost is $49.
Ethics (3 hrs.) 6 p.m. till 9
p.m. on Monday, Dec. 5; Cost
is$79. ..
Excel Level 1(8 hrs., 8 a.m.
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December 16. Cost is $79..
Pension
Board to meet
The City of Milton General
Employee Pension Board will
meet: on Wednesday,
November 30 2005 at 10:30,
a.m. in Conference Room B at
Cita Hall. 6738 Dixon Street.
Milton. For further information
on the meeting, contact the
City Manager's Office at 983-
5411.
City Hall posts
garbage schedule
City Hall wdll be closed. n
Thursday, November 24. 205-
and Friday. November 2,5.
2005 to allo%\ employees not
required for essential services;
to observe the Thanksgiv;ing
Day holiday.
Garbage Route schedule for
this.week is the following:
: Monday & Tuesday pickup
as scheduled.
Yard Debris pickup:
Monday & Tuesday ONLY.
There will- be NO garbagee
pickup or Yard debris pickup
on Wednesday; -Thursday.. and.


Board of
Adjustment to meet
The City of Milton's Board
of Adjustment will meet in reg '
ular session on Monday,
November 28, 2005, at 5:30
p.m. in'the Council Chambers
at City Hall, 6738 Dixon
Street. All meetings are open to
the public. If you would like
additional
Free Diabetes
program offered
A program entitled Diabetes
"Getting through the holidays"
will be held Monday,
November 28, 2005 from 5:00
p.m. to 6:00 p.m. in the Royal
Room at Jay Hospital.
The program is presented by
Michael Smith, M.D. and is
free to the public. A meal will
be provided.
For more information or to
sign up fo ithe class call Gloria
Lewis at (850) 675-8085.
Coalition
announces
meeting dates
The Qualit) and Eligibility
committee .ill meet on


Tuesday, December 6, 2005, at
the Santa Rosa County Health
Department Conference room
from 3:00-4:30 p.m.
The Parent and Child
Services committee will meet
on Thursday, December 1,
2005, at the Berryhill Complex
Conference room B from 2:00-
4:00 p.m.
The Pro' iders Services and
Support committee will meet
on Wednesday December 7,
2005. at the Gulf Breeze
Community Life Center
Conference room 1116B in
Gulf Breeze from 3:00-4:30
p.m.
The Earl) Learning
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CountN Coalition Board meet-
ing %%ill meet December 15,
2005 at the Santa Rosa County
Health Department Conference
room. There will he an
Executive meeting at 9:00
a.m., followed by the Finance
meeting 4at 9:30 a.m., with the
fullICoalition Board meeting at
10:00 a.m.
All meetings are open to the
public.
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call Suzanne Harrison at 626-
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Obituaries


Sprague,
Frances Lendermon
1920-2005
Frances Lendermon
Sprague, 85, formerly of
Milton, passed away in Ft.
Worth Texas on Wednesday,
November 16, 2005.
Mrs. Sprague was born in
Ripley, TN, on September 20,
1920. She was a member of the
Faith Baptist Church of
Milton. She is preceded in
death by her husband-Wesley
C. Sprague and a granddaugh-
ier, Christi Sprague.
SMrs. Sprague is survivedby
4 daughters--Wanda Gatlin of
Arlington. TX, Rebecca Sue
Hunt of Milton, Mary Jane
t)unlop of Milton, and Ruth
Miller of Memphis, TN.; 3
$ons-Don Sprague. of Milton,
Lenwood Sprague of
Memphis, TN, and Bobby
Sprague of Memphis, TN; 16,
grandchildren, and 10 great-
grandchildren, and a host of
other relatives and friends.
Funeral Services for Mrs.
Sprague were held at 2:00
p.m., Sunday, November 20,
2005 at the -Lewis Funeral
Home in Milton.
: Burial followed in the
Milton Cemetery with Lewis
funeral Home directing.
Grandsons were the pall-
bearers.
The family requests, that
memorials be made to the
American Cancer Society.

,Johnson,
Billy D. "B.ED."
1932-2005
Billy D. "B.D." Johnson, 73
of Pensacola/Pace, passed
away on Tuesday, November
15, 2005 in a local hospital.
; Mr. Johnson was born in
Sylacauga, Alabama and had
resided in the Pensacola/Pace
area for most of his life. He
was the owner of Super Beauty
Supply of Pensacola for over
35 years. He was a U.S. Army
,Veteran.
Mr. Johnson is survived by
sons-Michael Rex (Carol)
Johnson of Monroe, Georgia


and Billy Wayne Johnson of
Loganville, GA; daughter-
Sandra Hunter of Colorado; 6
grandchildren and 9 great-
grandchildren
.Funeral Services for Mr.
Johnsori were held at 1:30
p.m., Friday, November 18,
2005 at the Lewis Funeral
Home Chapel with Rev. Philip
McVay of. the Cokesbury
Methodist Church officiating.
Burial followed in the
Memory Park Cemetery with
Lewis Funeral Home directing.
Lewis Funeral Home of/
Milton was in, charge of
arrangements.

Opelt,
William "Billy"
1939 -2005
William "Billy" Opelt, age
66, of Pace, FL, died Monday,
November 14, 2005.
Mr. Pelt was preceded in
death by his wife--Christine
Opelt.
Survivors include his
daughters-Cynthia (Terry)'
Strauser, and Shari Couch;
grandson--Christian Opelt;
sister-Carol McKay.
The Opelt Family would
like to sincerely thank Dr.
Daniel Doty, Pfeiffer Medical,
and Nurse Dawnat Santa Rosa
Medical Center for their won-
der care.
Services were conducted at
2 p.m., Tuesday, November 22,
2005 at Barrancas National
Cemetery.
Donnie Sowell Funeral
Home in Milton was in charge,
.of arrangements. .

Barnes,
Vonia "Granny"
1931-2005
Vonia "Granny" Barnes,,
age 74, of the Springhill
Community, passed away
Tuesday, November 15, 2005
after a long and. courageous
battle with cancer. She was,
born July 30, 1931.
Survivors include her
devoted husband of 48 \ ears -
Elbert A. (Tom) Barnes; Vonia
was blessed with three devoted


children-Bertie (Kenneth R.)
Hollinhead, John Paul (Rena)
Barnes, Sr., and Joe Lavaughn
(Cheryl) Barnes; Vonia ha4s
five loving grandchildren-
Kenny Ray Hollinhead, Lanita
Kay Hollinhead, Joe "Joey"
Lavaughn Barnes, Jr., John
"Johnny" Paul Barnes, Jr., and
Cory Barnes. Vonia has 2 step-
grandchildren- Michael and
Michelle Hodges; 1 great
grandchild-'Austin Henry
Aaron Barnes and 1 step-great'
grandchild--Michael James
Hodges. Also surviving are 9
brothers and sisters-Ila Mae
Coogle, Atharay (Virginia)
Atkins, Aiutis "Monk" (Edna
Belle)' Atkins, Charlotte
(Martin) Bass, Marian Wolfe
Walker, Doyle "Elmer" (Anita)
Atkins, I. D. Atkins, Bernie
(Dorothy) Atkins and Jerry
"Genie" (Joyce) Atkins.
Funeral services for Vonia
were at 11:00 a.m., Friday,
November 18, 2005 in the
Lewis Funeral Home Chapel
with Rev. Alton Nixon officiat-
ing. Burial followed ,in
Serenity Gardens with Lewis
Funeral Home directing.
Active Pallbearers were-
John "Johnny" Paul Barnes,
Jr., Joe "Joey" Lavaughn
Barnes, Jr., Kenny Ray
Hollinhead, Lanita Kay
Hollinhead, Cory Barnes,
Michelle Hodges, W. A.
Lowery, Robin Lowery, Bill
Young, Norman Evers.
Honorary Pallbearers were
John Robert Evers, W. T.
"Tommy" Lundy, Robert
Johnson,, E. J. ,"Bunnie"
Roberts, Lavaughn Jackson,
and Chuck Morris.
Lewis'Funeral Home of
Milton was in charge of
arrangements.

Gallops, Edna
Mae Peterson
Edna Mae Peterson
Gallops, age 73, of Ensley, FL,
died Wednesday, November
16, 2005. She was born in
Bagdad and lived all her life in
this area.
She is survived by her hus-
band-Calvin Gallops; son-
James Gallops, Jr.; daughter-


Doreen Brewton; 3 brothers-
Clarence Peterson, Horace
Peterson, and Claude Peterson;
3 sisters-Thelma Perritt,
Myrtle Lee Weekley, and Inez
God% in; 2 grandchildren: and
2 great-grandchildren.
Graveside services were
conducted 10 a.m., Saturday,
November .19, 2005 at the
Milton Cemetery. Rev. Adrian
\Vingate officiated with
Donnie Sowell Funeral Home
in charge of arrangements.

Marsh, Nora Jean
1948-2005
Nora Jean Marsh, age 57,
passed .away Monday,
November 14, 2005 at a local
hospital. She was a member'of
the New Providence
Missionary Baptist Church.
Ms. Marsh was. born 'in
Chickamauga, Ga., but had
resided in Milton for the past
45 years. Ms. Marsh is sur-
vived by her daughter- Catrina
Marsh, two sons- Curtis Green
and Patrick Marsh and two
grandchildren- Tristan Brown
and Demetrius Spencer and
Special friend- Curtis Green,


her mother- Elnora Marsh, one
sister- Althea Taylor and one
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Milton, Florida.

The public is invited to attend and provide verbal or written comment. You are
also invited to provide written comment to our office at least one day prior to
the scheduled meeting for presentation to the Board if unable to attend this
meeting.

Information concerning these items may be inspected during regular business
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FoodSource available in time for Christmas


holiday preparation!


FoodSource, a program
through the First United
Methodist Church, is presenting
their December schedule. A ten-
tative menu is published for
planning purposes only and to
accommodate the request of the
customers. Menu items are sub-
ject to change without notice.
Sign-Up time will be
Wednesday, November 30, 6-8
p.m. and Thursday & Friday,
December 1 & 2, 11 a.m. to' 1
p.m.
Pick-Up date and time will


be Saturday, December 17,
2005, 6:00-8:30 a.m.
Menu: The standard frozen
& dry unit is $21 & includes:
Spiral Ham (6 to 8 lbs.),
fish, sausage, margarine, chick-
en, grits, cabbage, rice, Black-
eye peas, corn muffin mix, and
soda.
Breakfast Box ($12) -
Sausage patties, bacon, pink
salmon, hot cocoa, jelly and
eggs.
A standard unit must be
purchased in order to get any of


the following boxes.
Premium Unit ($31) -
Everything in standard, plus
cocktails smokies, Cornish
hens, frozen waffles and eggs.
Variety Steak Box ($20) 7
pieces
,All participants must be
prompt or arrive earlier to pick
up their food units. We cannot
be responsible for food items
spoiling because they were late
in picking up their units.
First United Methodist,
Church is located at 6819


Hickory Hammock sponsors radio program


Every Sunday morning
from 7:30-8:00 am, you can lis-
ten to the ASK THE PREACH-
ER radio program on WEBY
1330 AM with Pastor Carl
Gallups, of Hickory Hammock
Baptist Church. Now, an addi-
tional airing of the program will
be aired every Saturday after-
noon, beginning December the
10th.
Pastor Gallups said, "By so
doing, we are hoping to open up
our listening audience even
more and hopefully reach more
people with Biblical truths
about doctrine, theology and
every day life."
"The current airing of the
Sunday morning program -has
been highly successful in
claiming,a large audience. The
radio station, the HHBC church
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office and I have received much
positive feedback from listeners
concerning the show," said
Pastor Gallups.
Pastor Gallups continued,
"The Saturday afternoon airing
will hopefully expand the lis-
tening audience to this pro-
gram. The Saturday program
will be the same show that aired
the Sunday before. In this way,
two different shows can be
heard each week (from Sunday
to Sunday) and within that same
week (from Sunday to
Saturday) the same program
can be heard twice. This will
allow people who missed a pro-
gram to hear it or for those who
find a particular program useful
- to hear it again and/or to urge
others to tune in." "The Ask
The, Preacher program is in a


talk show format with a "live"
feel. Mike Bates, the owner of
the station co-host's the show
with me and is the one asking
the questions and posing the
challenges to the answers.
There is a sponsor break in the
middle of the show for adver-
tisements from those businesses
that make the show possible."
"Just as in my newspaper
article (The Santa Rosa Press
Gazette) by the same title, the
ASK THE PREACHER radio
program deals with real ques-
tions from real people about
life, doctrine, theology and reli-
gious traditions. The program
gives Biblical insight and
answers in a conversational
manner. It is fast moving and'
easy to listen to," said Pastor
Gallups.


Chumuckla graduates first-time Discipleship I Class


Participants in the Discipleship class: Donna Abbott, Patsy Ard, Billy & Paula Kimbrough, Charlie Lambert,
Bobby & Donna Lee, Daniel Lockstead, Yvonne Rutherford, Leo & Mavis Nichols, Kittye Norris, Jeanette
Reynolds, Teresa Schwartz, Brad & Elizabeth Taylor.


Chumuckla United Methodist
Church had a group of 16 grad-
uated from their Discipleship I
'Course. Having completed the
.&34 weeks of intensive Bible
jStudy, these students were pre-
'sented with their Discipleship I
'Certificates by Rev. Ruth
'Knights. Course Tutor.
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Reflecting upon this, the first
ever Discipleship Program at
the 104 year-old church, the
pastor, Rev. Clive Knights said,
"The course equates ... 450
hours of Bible Study over a
period of a year. Each has
gained new insights from the
wonders of the Bible and of our


callings as Disciples within this
Church at Chumuckla UMC.
The Lord will use this group ...
to better serve our community."
For more info visit the church
at 9475 Chumuckla Highway or
call 995-4261.


Berryhill St., Milton. Call 623-
6683 for more information. The
motto is "If you eat, you quali-
fy." EBT's are welcome.,
Reminder; The menu is pro-
vided for planning purposes.
Menu is subject to change.'
South Alabama Food
Cooperative FoodSource is a
small group. Help us remain in
business by spreading the word
about our food program. Your
efforts can make a difference.


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St. Rose of Lima
Advent Mission
St. Rose of Lima
Catholic Church invites all
to participate in an Advent
Mission to be held at the
church, 6451 Park Avenue,
Milton, on December 5, 6,
& 7th at 7 p.m. Guest
speaker will be Father
'Eugene Pathe of 'Gulf
Breeze-, : -.- -.. .,, The
mission theme will be
"Prepare the Way of the
Lord."


Wednesday November 23 2005


Ask the Preacher

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


Dear Pastor Gallups, "How can all those people who voted
"WET" justify using the passage of scripture where Jesus turned
water into wine? I know a lot.of church people who voted
"WET". God help us! Where does the Bible say that if a nation
will turn from its sin that God will hear their cry and heal their
land?"
L.G., Milton
Dear L.G., Simply put, they cannot justify it. Jesus turning
water into wine two thousand years ago to introduce that
something "new" had come to the bland world of religiosity
through Jesus' ministry has absolutely nothing to do with
whether a county should vote to invite all the evils and misery
of increased hard liquor sales upon itself.
If "church people" voted for the sale of hard liquor using this
as their justification then, in my opinion they have shown that is
ALL they are, "church people" and riot Spirit Filled, Born Again
Christians or at the very least, an extremely selfish and
immature believer who has a long way to go.
There is no turning back from this evil that has been done.
Mark my words you WILL see an increase in drunk driving
accidental deaths due to alcohol, family violence, alcohol
related crimes and an increase in overall drug abuse problems in
our county over the coming years. To be honest, all of these
things would go up somewhat anyway simply because we live
in a quickly growing area. But, I can 'promise you; the
increases will in no way compare to the relatively minor
increases had we stayed "dry".
You will also see package stores, liquor stores, lounges, bars
and probably even strip joints along the way in the not too dis-
tant future. Many people will soon be horrified at what they did
when they voted for "hard liquor"...but it will be too late.
The passage you refer to is II Chronicles 7:14. But it doesn't
say if a "nation" would turn from its wicked ways...it says, "if
.MY PEOPLE, who are called by MY NAME". This would be
another condemnation upon the "church people" who voted for
the sale of hard liquor. God help us.


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 Evangelistfor
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


"God brings men into deep waters,
not to drown them,
but to cleanse them."
-Abraham Lincoln
"These things I have spoken unto you,.
that in me ye might have peace. In the:
.,torld ye shall tribulation: but be of
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Pace's Annual Christmas
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Pace Volunteer Fire
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december 3, 2005 beginning at
11 a.ni. The theme is "Around
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up will be at 10 a.m. and start
)ime will be 11 a.m. The parade
'route will start at Pace High
School; gain access from Pace
'Patriot Blvd., to Stadium Road,
then west on Norris Road, turn
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Hwy to Church Street, (1 block
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There is no fee, but registra-
tion is required for all partici-
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Cheryl Ann Johnson of
Milton, and Christopher Earl
Thomas of Pensacola were
married October 8, 2005 at St.
Joseph's Catholic Church,
Pensacola. Father Patrick
Foley officiated.
Cheryl is the daughter of
Mrs. Yvonne Johnson and the
late M.O. "Jack" Johnson of
Milton. Christopher is the son
of Ms. Sandra Thomas of
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The bride was given in mar-
riage by her brother, Tony /
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Best Man was Jeremy Roselle,
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SC, Jacquelene Griffin, Pace,
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Personalized golf shoes are
trendy. From FootJoy come
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name or club logo. At
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Cropped pants par for the course

in trend that puts colorful comfort

atop the leader board for women


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Chic for the course are separates
from Burberry: red spot print skirt
($210), jacket ($395) and accessory
bag ($70). For stores:
1-800-284-8480.


F airway fashions for female
golfers are getting a face-lift.
Shapeless khaki shorts and over-
size tops are out. They're replaced by
sleek trousers. miniskirts and cropped
shirts that course through collections
ranging from Ash%.orth, Burbeir, and
Liz Claiborne to Tommy Hilfiger,
Ralph Lauren and Lija..
That's good new s for women, who
make up an estimated 24 percent of
adult golfers, according to the
National Golf Foundation.
Female golf pros often set the
trends for recreational players, and
, while LPGA star Annika Sorenstam is
considered a tradiuonal dresser, fash-.
ion labels are follow ing the trendier
footsteps of others on the tour -
including Jill McGill, Carin Koch,
Michelle \ ie and Jennifer Rosales.
This summer, the No. 1 look on
the course will be Bermuda shorts as
well as other cropped trousers in
solids, florals and stripes. according to
Linda Hipp, designer of the Lija label,,
which dresses McGill on the tour.
"-Why shorts? They are more
corn et still look feminine," Hipp
said. The Lija collection also includes
hip looks ranging from preppy col-
ors to stylish separates.
At Tommy Hilfiger, the summer


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trend is all about color, in styles that
work on and off the course. Look for
skorts (shorts with an attached skirt),
capris and tops with a hint of stretch
- all appropriate for golfers of every
age. At Burberry, looks include cotton
polos, V-neck sleeveless knits, shorts,
skirts and capri iats. The company's
print of the season is a bold dot, called
the "Deep Red Spot print." Wearing
this, you will be easy to spot on the
fairway.
For metro Atlanta golfer Doris
Hayes, looking good on the course
means wearing bright colors and well-
fitting separates.
"Today, we women have so much
more clothing to choose from," Hayes
said.
During the hot months, Hayes
prefers shorts or skorts but plans to
wear capris when the weather turns
cooler. She's noticed that many pros
prefer this pant style. Hayes also likes
well-fitting shirts, and loves to wear
accessories that coordinate with her
golf clothing.
"You can easily update last year's
outfits with a new pair of shoes," she
said.
Speaking of footwear, forget tradi-
tional black-and-white or tan-and-
white saddle shoes. More fashionable
features are selling.
"The reds, blues and pinks look
lively," said Amy McCracken, a mer-
chandiser w ith an Atlanta Edwin
Watts store. w which carries a variety of
upscale golf apparel and accessories.
Also hot- colorful pattems on shoes
plus sleek, contemporary styling.
Another trend is personalized
footwear. For example, a customer at
FootJoy can choose the saddle color.
then add her name or initials or club
logo to the shoe. Called "MyJoys,'"
the. cost $140.
Golf wear also has to be about
function not just the hottest hues of
the season. That's where technical
fabrics come into pla).
"I use lots of nylon and Lycra-
blend fabrics." said designer Hipp.
"-And many fabrics offer sun protec-
tion woven right into the fabric.
Others w ick away moisture from the
bod%. are wind resistant" and some
are even are anti-odor.
For spring 2006, Hipp plans to use
a bamboo fabric for her clothing,
since lots of players prefer natural
fabrics.


white light

Few colors elicit the fashion quandaries associat-
ed with wearing white. (Can I wear it? Does it add
pounds? Is it OK after Labor Day?) As a result, white
is assigned a handful of rules that need to be broken
this season. Don't be afraid to wear while from head
to toe. If such bold self-expression leaves you feeling
blanched, add a splash of color to a white suit. Want
to give that white dress a subtle pop? Add a black
shrug or cool accessories. The options are endless
from stylish white handbags to whfiite jewelry.
White exudes coolness, and who doesn't want to be
cool in this summer heat?


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BCBG white
peasant dress
($178), Aqua
black beaded
shrug ($48),
Via Spiga
thong san-
dals ($145), all
from
Bloomingdale's
;Guess
handbag
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S bracelet ($34),
-- '4 both from
Macy's.


Lilly
Pulitzer's
cool sleeve-
less golf
shirt is $60.
At www
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.com.


For classicists, designer Linda Hipp for Lija likes cotton-blend Bermudas
($85) and a powder-blue camp shirt ($65). To order: www.liIastyle.com.


The birdie
skort ($115)
is from Lilly
Pulitzer. At
WWW.
mintjulepga
.com.


52 Weekends beaded top ($24), INC bohemian
skirt ($79), Fossil sunglasses ($34), Naturalizer
wedge sandals ($65), Etienne Aigner wicker
handbag ($80); all from Macy's.


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These cropped sailor pants in seer-
sucker ($95) and red cable cotton
blend pullover ($100) are bright anc
fun. By Linda Hipp for Lija. At
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ACS volunteers attend

NW Region Leadership workshop


Once again, avid Relay for
Life volunteers traveled to the
Hilton Sandestin Beach Resort
to show their spirit and support
of the American Cancer
Society's best practices!
Training break-outs included:
event chair & co-chair, sur-
vivorship and team building
techniques. Volunteers from all
over the Northwest Region of
Florida, attended this annual
Leadership Workshop. This
full day of learning and sharing


ideas will allow for a success-
ful Relay For Life event in all
areas! Relay for Life is a com-
munity celebration recognizing
cancer survivor and remember-
ing those who have lost the bat-
tle. The event also raises
awareness of cancer and the
programs provided by the ACS
in our community. Volunteer
opportunities abound in our
region, to include: Pace,
Milton, Gulf Breeze, Navarre
and North Santa Rosa County.


The Pace Relay For Life is
scheduled for April 7 & 8 at
Pace High School Football
Stadium and the Milton Relay
is set for April 28 & 29 at PJC
Milton Campus. For more
information about Relay For
Life contact your local ACS
office at 475-0850 or to obtain
information about your partic-
ular diagnosis, please call 1-
800-ACS-2345 or visit
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Community

So you want to be a Farmer?


By Daniel E. Mullins
Extension Horticulture Agent
Santa Rosa County


Many of us dream of slow-
ring down, living out in the
country and being self sustain-
,ing. In other words, being a
farmer. For some this is possi-
ble, but the ability to readh
such a goal is not for every-
,one.
The growing of local con-
ventional crops such as cotton,
peanuts and livestock is basi-
cally out of the question unless
you are one of the fortunate
few with access to high
acreage at a relatively low
"price
:* The so-called "specialty
i'crops" or alternative crops are
:>the only way to go for most
,'people who wish to produce
agricultural commodities on a
!few acres. In other words, the
choicess are limited to those
crops with potentially high
,gross returns per acre. Some
:examples of such crops include
ithe production of blackberries,
,blueberries, grapes, bait min-
inows, goats, specialty vegeta-
bles, sod, poultry and plant lin-
ers.
er Presently, these farms rep-
resent about 15% of all farm
:[ sales in Florida. Input from
Counties throughout the. state
':,identified the need for small
'farm educational programs to
be developed. Small farmers
,;,and allied organizations have
identified critical issues facing
small farms. The issues
include: access to profitable
markets, business skills devel-
Sopment, accessible technical
information and alternative
crops and enterprises.
SAnyone with interest in
becoming a "small farmer"
, should begin with a lot of
$ research. The number one
' question that must be answered
is: "If I produce it, who will
Sbuy it and at what price?" The
technology of producing many
'commodities is available. but
the biggest challenge is in the
marketingg. Nothing is gained'


by producing something that
can't be sold at a profit.
Other considerations
include the required investment
costs in land, equipment and
supplies. Also, what is your
background? Those with a
background in agriculture
sometimes have a leg up on
newcomers in that there is at
least some knowledge of equip-
ment and its use, soils and basic
cultural practices. On the other
hand, persons without an agri-
cultural background sometimes
succeed because they might
take a more objective approach,
without preconceived ideas
about how things are done on a
small farm.
The economic contribution
of small farms is being recog-
nized at the national, state and
local level and most land grant
universities are directing
resources toward creating and
gathering useful information.
The University of Florida has
created a small farm website
that contains a wealth of infor-
mation for anyone interested in
agricultural production on a
few acres. The site address is


http://smallfarms.ifas.ufl,edu.


Farmers or potential farmers
using this site can select topics
on enterprises of special inter-
est to them. Each topic includes
information on production,
marketing and economics as
well as other appropriate links.
Another good site dealing with
alternative crops can be found
at the North" Florida Research
and Education Center,
Suwannee Valley at Live Oak,
Florida. That site address is
http://nfrec-sv.ifas.ufl.edu/.
A program is being planned
locally for those who are inter-
* ested in specialty crop produc-
tion. "The Gulf Coast
Agribusiness Conference -
Growing for the Future" will be
held at the Jay Community
Center on Thursday, February
9, 2006. Watch for announce-
ments and more specifics con-
cerning this meeting as the time
draws near.


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James Martin, President of the Kiwanis Club of Santa Rosa Sunrise thanks Carolyn Norris of "The
Heritage of Santa Rosa" for being the guest speaker at the club meeting. She informed the club mem-
bers that making the decision to place a loved one into a nursing facility can be a very emotional and
stressful time. Their Memory Support Unit provides positive, structured environment for residents in
an atmosphere of comfort and security. They have an individualized plan of care, specialized activities,
specialized staffing, ongoing education and servicing. Security is maintained at all times with keypad
controlled exits. For information about the facility call 850/983-8888.


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Kiwanis Club of Santa Rosa Sunrise President James Martin presents a pen to Jack VanOrd. Mr.
VanOrd is the North Florida State Commander for the National Chaplains Association. He spoke to
the club members concerning the Emerald Coast Ministries, Inc. & Covenant House. They have been
in Pensacola providing services for the homeless for 14 years. The ministries have provided food, cloth-
ing, shelter and jobs for those interested in becoming contributing citizens in their community. They
will accept any donations and clothing. Contact Mr. VanOrd at 850/458-5549.


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Pea Ridge Elementary recognizes 'Students of the Week'


,October 17, 2005. Congratulations!
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Ireland Licklider, Tanner Haynes, Allie Williams and Brandon Stevens.


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First Grade: Whitney Finn, Maggie Spicer, Jada Montgomery, Kayme
jefferies, Ethan Hart, Sam Browning, Tyler Bennett, Amberley Starkie, and
.Scott Marshman.


Fourth Grade; Kenneth Kinnard, Hunter Gates, Grayson Harris, Alex
Morris and Haley Harlt.


Second Grade: Jason Barlow, Randell Ruiz, Trey Galbreath, Cynder Daffern,
Kristein Richardson, Cody Robinson, Kyla Bearden, and Ashton Majors.


Fifth Grade: Andrew Bann,
and Cara Scott.


First Grade: Robert Taylor, Blake Clary, Joseph Dickman, Danielle
McLaughlin, Miranda Padgett, Molli Martin, and Addison Adkins.


Second Grade: Elizabeth Barrett, Brianna Rios, Seth Brayton, Sarah
Rowland, Hunter Pate, Chase Beckstrom, Skylar Gonzales, Elaine Coleman,
and Tanner Wherley.


Third Grade: Jordan Carroll, Cody Dixon, and Carissa Norman.


Fourth Grade: Cameron Gill, Paul Barlow, Michael Westley, Kayla
Campbell, and Rachel Neal.


Fifth Grade: Heather Carr, Brittany Priddy, Kristen Cotney, Brandee Keller,
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Sheriff's Report


Nov. 8 -16,2005
Currie, William Henry; Male;
59; 6501 Sinclair St., Milton, FL;
Possess Cocaine, Narcotic Equip-
Possess And Or Use, 11/9/05
Gilbert, Johnny Edward;
Male; 45; 1943 Pentagon St., Gulf
Breeze, FL; 10K Less 50K Dollars
from 67 YOA Older. 11/9/05
Davis, Terran Parrish; Terran
Parrish; Female; 23; 6018 Queen
St., Milton, FL; Aggrav Asslt
W/Deadly Weapon W/O Intent to
Kill (2 cts.), Battery Touch or
Strike, Cruelty Towards Child
Abuse W/O Great Harm. 11/8/05
Nagy, Jeffrey Ronald; Male;
22; 5751 Guld Road, Milton, FL;
Drugs-Possess Cntrl Subs W/O
Prescription. 11/9/05
Kuhnen, Frederick James;
Male; 73; 8280 Lucena St.,
Navarre, FL;DUI. 11/8/05
Bunnell, Thurman Porter;
Male; 47; 112 W. Cervantes St.,
Pensacola, FL; Aggrav Stalking-
Follow, Harass, Threaten W/Death


of Injury, Arson-Ist Degree
Dwelling Building People Present,
Burglary Dwelling or Struct Caus,
Damage over $1,000. 11 /13/05
Cannon, Kevin Eugene; Male;
36; 3451 E. Oleander Ln,
Hernando, FL; Grand Theft $5,000
or More Less Than
$10,000,11/13/05
Dennis, Jamie Paul; Male; 25;
6251 Mary Kitchens, Milton, FL;
Fraud-Utter False Instrument, Larc
Theft is $300 or More But Less
Than $5,000 (3 cts.), Pass Forged-
Altered Instrument (4 cts.),
Larceny Theft is $300 or More But
Less Than $5,000. 11/13/05
Holmes, William Jeffrey;
Male; 39; 6913 Mertis Way, Milton,
FL; Probation Violation-Felony.
11/11/05
Keating, Dennis J; Male; 45;
2010 Candlewood Dr., Navarre,
FL; Cruelty Toward Child Abuse
W/O Great Harm. 11/13/05
Lassiter, Brandon Tyrone;
Male; 31; 3050 Canal St., Milton,


FL; Failure to Appear for Felony
Offense. 11/10/05
Martinez, Phillip Joe; Male;
37; 2981 Peso De Vivos, Navarre,
FL; Sex Asslt By 24 YOA Older
Sex Batt Vict 16or 17YOA(2cts.),
Sex Offense-Victim 12 YOA up to
15 YOA (8 cts.) 11/10/05
Miller, Mitchell Price; Male;
40; 708 Chesapeake Dr., Gulf
Breeze, FL; Larc Theft is $300 or
More But Less Than $5,000, Larc
Petit 1st Degree Property $100 to
Under $300, Fraud-Utter False
Instrument. 11/10/05
Obair II, Herbert Lee; Male;'
21; 1000 Fairfield Dr., Pensacola,
FL; Aggrav Batt-Offender
Knew/Should Have Known Vict
Pregnant (domestic violence).
11/11/05
Payn, Wayne.Jennings; Male;
34; 6043 Enfinger Rd, Pace, FL;
Vehicular Theft-Grand 3rd Degree.
11/10/05
Slack, Rodrick Sherone; Male;
27; 4176 Woodville Rd., Milton,


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FL; Aggravated Battery Person
Uses a Deadly Weapon, Firing
Weapon Discharge Firearm in
Public. 11/10/05
Hernandez, Michael Albert,
Jr.; Male; 24; East Gate Road,
Milton, FL; Aggrav Battery By
Person Detained in Jail Facility.
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Burgin, Turner Elaine;
Female; 42; 6410 Skyline Dr.,
Milton, FL; Drugs-Possess Cntrl
Sub W/O Prescription, Narcotic
Equip-Possess And Or Use.
11/10/05
Lacy, Rhonda Dykes; Female;
42; 5525 Hummingbird Ct., Gulf
Breeze, FL; Drugs-Possess Cntrl
Sub W/O Prescription. 11/10/05
Lewis, Jamie Lynn; Female;
35; 4273 Castille Ave., Pace, FL;.
Neglect Child-Cause Great Harm,
DUI. 11/12/05
Paradise, Carla Denise;
Female; 29; 117 Avenida San
Marcus, Pace, 'FL; Drugs Possess-
Cntrl Substance W/O Prescription,
DUI. 11/10/05
Peaden, Richard Lewis; Male;
43; 6740 Barnhill Rd., Milton, FL;
Stolen Prop-Deal In Traffics in
Endeavors to Traffic, Burglary of
Dwelling Unarmed No Asslt or
Batt, Larceny-Grand of Firearm,
.Stolen Prop-Dealing in Stolen
Property. 11/10/05
Ryhn, Trevor James; Male; 21;
6880 Fairfield, Pensacola, FL;
Synth Narcotic-Mfg Schedule IInI,
Marijuafia-Possess Not More Than
20 Grams. 11/10/05
Tucker, Jill Marie; Female;
38; Goodrange Drive, Harold, FL;
Forgery of Alter Public Record
Certificate, Etc. '11/10/05
Williams, Jr., Keith Douglas;
Male; 33; 4068 Driskell Rd.,
Milton, FL; Refuse to Submit to
DUI Test, Drive While License
Susp Habitual Offender, Resist
Officer Refuse to Sign or Accept
Citation, DUI. 11/11/05
Williams, 1I, Oratius Elgebra;
Male; 31; 7516 St. Joseph St.,
Milton, FL; Aggrav Battery-Cause
Bodily Harm or Disability (2 cts.).
11/10/05
Stanfield, Carmen Eugene;
Female; 33; 5223 Phoenix Dr.,
Milton, FL; DUI. 11/9/05
Barnes, Derrick Terrell; Male;
, 46;4108 3rd Ave., Ft. Walton Beach,
FL; DUI. 11/12/05
Chapman, Michael Brandon;


Male; 20; 8106 Menorca St.,
Navarre, FL; DUI. 11/13/05
Hieriholzer, Donald Frederick;
Male; 38; 3560 Hampton Way,.
Pace, FL; DUI. 11/10/05
HunALI, Thomas Alan; Male;
23; 1024 Coronado Dr., Gulf
Breeze, FL; DUI Alcohol or Drugs
2nd Offense. 11/13/05
Hurle., Jessie Lee; Male; 24;
466 Addie Avery, Bambridge, GA;
DUI. 11/12/05
Innings, Timothy Ronald;
Male; 42; 1713 Shellfish Dr.,
Navarre, FL; DUI Alcohol or Drugs
2nd Offense. 11/12/05
Lay, Joshua Barrett; Male; 21;
5604 Todd St., Pace, FL; DUI
Alcohol or Drugs 2nd Offense.
11/12/05
Lewis, Jamie Lynn; Female;
35; 42733 Castille Ave., Pace, FL;
DUI. 11/12/05
Baker, Jason Lamar; Male; 23;
6870 Warren Rd., Milton, FL;
Resist Officer-Flee Elude LEO
w/Lights Sirens Active (2 cts),
Drive While License Suspended (2
cts), Resist Officer Obstruct W/O
Violence, Possess Cocaine,
Narcotic Equip Possess And Or
Use, Probation Violation-Felony.
11/14/05
Hobbs, Thomas Preston; Male;
48; 4360 Wellington, Pace, FL;
DUI. 11/13/05
Peeterse ,III, Charles Daniel;
Male; 26; 4393 Avenida De Golf,
Pace, FL; Drugs-Possess Cntrl Sub
W/O Prescription. 11/15/05
Bring Joseph Charles; Male;,
50, 2220 Gloria Cr, Pensacola, FL;
Failure to Appear for Felony
Offense. 11/15/05
Carson, Jr., Bobby Ray; Male;
42; 105 Kingswood Dr., Prattville.
AL; Neglect Child Without Great
Harn. 11/15/05
Griffin, Cory Boone, Male; 25;
2906 Jackson St., Pensacola, FL;
Battery Touch or Strike, Weapon
Offense Missile into Dwelling Veh
Building or Aircraft. 11/15/05
Holt, Michael Keith; Male; 31;
4393 Trailer Park Ct., Milton, FL;
Aggrav Battery-Cause Bodily
Harm or Disability, 11/15/05
Johnson, Kenneth; Male; 45;
6798 Walker St., Milton, FL;
Probation Violation-Felony.
11/15/05
Lewis, Jennifer Lynn; Female;,
25; 1719 New Hope Rd., Gulf
Breeze, FL; Aggrav Battery-Person


Uses a Deadly Weapon, Weapon
Offense-Missile into Dwelling Veh
Building or Aircraft. 11/15/05
Petrit, Tracy Dean; Female;
28; 6611 Vindale Rd., Prattville,
AL; Neglect Child W/O Great
Harm. 11/15/05
Alien, Anthony Jerome; Male;
22; 204 Sessions St., Milton, FL;
Crimes Against Person-Specif
Felony Commit Act Could Cause
Death (6 cts.) 11/16/05
Berrian, Charles Richard;
Male; 39; 6403 Skyline Dr., Milton,
FL; Probation Violation-Felony.
11/16/05
Bilecki, Todd Joseph; Male;
46; 6766 Ravine St., Milton, FL;
Failure to Appear for Felony
Offense, 11/16/05
Carpenter, Nathaniel Jason;
.Male; 33; 1051 Lee Rd., Orlando,
FL; Bail-Secured Bond-Failure to
Appear for Felony Offense,
Probation Violation-Felony.
11/16/05
Koehler, Joseph Ray; Male;
24; 6444 Renee Circle, Milton, FL;
Probation Violation-Felony.
11/15/05
Malone, Kevin Francis; Male;
32; 6880 Sherman St.,-Milton, FL;
Failure' to Appear for Felony
Offense. 11/16/05
Martin, Elizabeth Ruth;
Female; 40; 6403 Skyline Dr.,
Milton,. FL; Probation Violation-
Felony. 11/15/05
Ray, Robert Preston; Male; 39;
5740 Bronco Place, Milton, FL;
Probation Violation-Felony. NDG
Cob.h, Michael Joseph; Male;
30; 8400 Countrywalk, Pensacola,
FL; Possess of Weapon or Ammo
by Convicted Fla Felon,
Trespassing Property Armed.
11/15/05
Ages, Thomas Lee; male; 37;
3750 Bonner Rd., Pensacola, FL;
Larceny-Over $300 under $5,000.
NDG
Johnson, Chad Edward; Male;
27; 8828. Byrom Campbell Rd.,
Milton, FL; Crim Misch Under
$200, Burglary of Structure,
Conveyance Unarmed W/O Person
Inside (2 cts.), Larc Petit 1st
Offense. NDG
Schuster, Scott Chadwick;
Male; 27; 5312 Soundside Dr., Gulf
Breeze, FL; Probation Violation-
, Felony. NDG ,


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East Milton Elementary recognizes Honor Roll


The following students of
East Milton Elementary
School worked very hard and
earned their status on the
Honor Rolls. Congratulations!

"A" Honor Roll
3rd Grade .
Cates: Meghan Cabanos,
Angel Maroone, Evan
Stenerson, Layla Williams.
Lay;. Allen Dao, Hannah
McMullen, Zachary Nichols,
Katie Noble, Christian Rollins,
Jordan Summers. Porter:
Kendall Drake, Jordan Dumas,
Tristan Hardin, Brittany
Musgrave, Christopher Porter,
Hannah Richards, Jacob
Weekley. app: Madelyn
Anderson, Dylan Burke,
Samantha Shipley. Wallis:
Emily Fields, Kristal Lowe
Weatherspoon: Karli
Butcher, Jobari Green.
4th Grade
S Dixon Micaela Cooley,
Lindsey Gafford, Ma.\ Kietur,
Richards Krebs, Adrian Smith.
,Garrigus: Jeremy Bailey,
Meleah Bush, Emily 'Gill,
Matthew LaShare, Jessica
Steele, Briana Swesey.


Thompson: Carolyn Bryd,
Georgia Huffman.
5th Grade
Ballard: Jessica Brown,
Hunter Burney, Kody Grimes,
CJ Noble, Haleigh Padgett.
Barber-Morris: Heather
Forester, Sammy Riera-
Gomez. Kyser: Lucas
Clevenger, Layne Dillard,
Austin Rollins. Rori" Sheila
Deir, Chance Hewitt, Courtney
Sims, Kimberly Trease.
Stritch: Krisena Gall.

"A/B" Honor Roll
3rd Grade
Cates. Crystal Holley,
Harley Kimmons, Annabelle
Saywyer, Jasmine Simmons,
Carrie Trease, Ben Wilson.
Lay: Brent Bowman, Miranda
Hodges, Daquan Johnson,
Cody Lingo, Danielle Madden,
Conner Sivley, Mariah Walker,
Cheyenne Weeks, Deiah
Wilkerson. Peaden: Robert
Hamm, Alex Senterfitt. Porter:
Taylar Brady, Kayla Brown,
Arianna Bucci, Beth Hopkins,
Peyton Jernigan, Bryton
Melvin, Cheyanne Melvin,
Brandon Rice, Brandon Riley.


Jazz Society of Pensacola

presents Jingle Jazz


The' .Jazz Society of
Pensacola will kick off the hol-
iday month with their Jingle
Jazz event at Phineas Phogg's
in the Seville Quarter, 130 E.
Government Street on Monday,
December 5, 2005 at 6 p.m.
Cost will be FREE and open
to the public. Donations will be
accepted. Proceeds will go to
Pensacola JazzFest upcoming
April 1-2, 2006.
Well-known trumpeter and
vocalist Paul Bruketa will be
master of ceremonies for the
evening. Bruketa will be
accompanied .by Easy Street
with drunimer, Ted Johnson,
trumpeter, Roger Villines,
pianist, Burt Kimberl and Pat"
Cooke, veteran, bassist from
New Orleans.
Alternating will be vocalist
Rosie Butler accompanied .by
: her husband. Ed, on the piano;
and the Goffman Trio with
Cynthia Neves-Decarie on
piano. Tom Latenser on bass,
> and Fred Domulot on drums.
Other .surprise guests are
expected.
Paul Bruketa said, "This is
one of the most popular,
Relaxed, evenings that the Jazz
Society presents. We'll play
familiar Jazzy h6lidaN tunes.
' There are always some surprise
musical guests, which makes it
more exciting. The musicians
donate their time and talent as'
their musical gift to the Jazz
j Society and the community.


Donations at the door will raise
funds for the-23rd Pensacola
JazzFest, a free event, upcom-
ing the weekend of April 1 &

Jingle Jazz, on the first
Monday in December, replaces
the regular third-Monday Jazz
,Gumbo this month. Patrons
may order from a special
menu.
The Jazz Society of
Pensacola presents musical
programs throughout the year.
The regular third-MNonda Jazz
Gumbo events for January will
feature pianist Bobby Van
Deusen. The February Jazz.
Gumbo will .be entitled
"Trumpets in Time III."
Trumpeter Roger Villines, a
JSOP Board member, will lead
the program in which famous
jazz trumpet tunes will be fea-
tured.


L. Richards: John Basco. Sap.p
Tianna Agerton, Zachary
Hebner, Taylor Johannes,
Brittany Kroeger, Miesha
Simmons, Nancy Ward.
Weatherspoon: Scott Butts,
Carrie Neese, Shaylin Parker,
Adam Singer.
4th Grade
Dixon: Rachel Baker,
Brandon Bedsole, Ashley
Clemofis, Jordan Davis, Casey
Graves, Tyler Jones, Laura
Madison, Evan Polk, Dooley
Robinson, Cory Stakes,'
Heather Wheeles. Garrigus:
Thomas Clifton, Tony,
Kirkpatrick, Emily Medina,
Sierra Sandy, Emily Vasquez.
Holt: Dylan Blackmon,
Chandler Daggs, Leah Furst,
Tomeka Gibbs,, Kelsy Hube,
Dakota Huestis, Morgan
Lundquist, Rachel Schick.
Howard/Makar: Cody Busby,
Keren Haygood, Jenna Hill,
Dylan'Kimmons, Broke Ponto,
Sarah Powell, Blake' Salakas,
Rebecca Spivey, Courtney


Vise, Shelby Willett, Justus
Wilson. T. Richards: Kayla
Baker, Toni Boyd, Alcus
Parish, Ronnie Thompson,
Thompson: Aisha Gillam,
Alana Ramos.
5th Grade
Ballard: Ethan Brown,
Marissa Hardin-Williams,
Tyler Maynard, Ciarra Melvin.
Barber-Morris: Adam
Blackwell, Brittney Hyler,
Ishmael Hyman, Gina
LaRoque, Nicole Pace, Travis
Pittman. Holley: Heather Bare,
Justin O'Berry, Dylan Walker
Kyser: Reea Cannon, Christina
Hall, Tiana' Jones, Christen
Keisacker, Tyler Osieczanek,
Laura Rawlinson, Sarah Smith.
Rorie: Nicole Kingston, Joey
Knowles, Jessica Meyers,
Kalena Nathey, Jackie
Parmelee, Amber Porter.,
Stritch: Rachel Joslin, Brian
Parmelee, Ashley Shaw,
Amanda Somerset, Samantha
Taylor.


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Community


King Middle School recongnizes 2nd 9 week honor roll students


jThe following students from
King Middle School have
worked hard again and a total
of, 181 students have achieved
HSnor Roll status for the 2nd
Nie Weeks. Congratulations!

A Honor Roll
Taylor Brewton, Taylor
C ris, Kyndal Cobb, Colby
Cohron, Sean Cowan, Courtney
CQel, Shaun Dawicki, Harlie
,it


Deininger, Dale Diegel,
Vanessa Fell, Kyle Fields,,
Benjamin. Gaus, Kasandra
Gilley, Edward Gilliam, Dakot
Godwin, Delanie Goerig,
Yanessa Gonzalez, Nadirah
Kelker, Brianna Keller, Herra
Khan, Moshan Khan, Alexa
Kirchharr, Meredith Krause,
Haley Langston, Anna Ledet,
Tanner Lunsford, Victoria
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Cynthia Martin, Katie Martin,
Elizabeth McDonald, Anna
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Marshall Peacock, Tristan
Penegenika, Carissa Penton,
Christian Pope, Jacklyn
Proffitt, James Richardson,
Vina Tunday, Amanda Tyree,
Jack White, Timothie Wood

A/B Honor Roll
Ashley Allen, Brandon
Allen, .Ethan Anderson, Ariel
Archer, Aaron Bailey, Lacy
Bailey, Timothy "Caleb" Baker,
Tiffany Ball, Veola Barnes,
Kristyn Barney, Tyler Bellow,
Dontay Bethea, Cindel
Blackmon, Tiffany Boisvert,
Jamela Boykins, Jennifer
Brooks, Amber Brown, Adam
Cabaniss, Jimmie Cable, Corey
Carter, Blake Cason, Cody
Cattnach, Andrew Chaves,
Candice Christie, Cherie
Clopton, Jaysea Coates, Ariel
Commnader, Courtney Conrad,
Blake Contini, Hayley
Copeland, John Corell, Skye
Cote, Hanna Cotton, Vivian
Dacanay, Kirsten, Davidson,
Jenna Daye, Ashley Dilbeck,
Brittany Downing, Michael
Dumas, Taylor Ellis; Tyler
Faktor; Ethan Field, Carlos
Flores, Jesse Floyd, Travis
Forrester, Trisha Freeman,
Nicole. Frizzell, Christopher
Fryar, Ashley Fulmer. Kelli
Gallagher, Warren Garrett,
Jason Gibson, Amoni Grimes,


Megan Hall, Savannah Harper,
Daniel Harris, Jamie Harris,
Karissa Hebner, Harold
Henderson, Keontra
Henderson, Jonathan Himes,
Jake Holland, Jeremy Horn,
Chelsea Jackson, Avante
Jennings, Lesslie Jennings,
Lyster Jennings, Caleena
Johnson, Melisa Jones, Stacey
Jones, Ashley Joyner, Robin
Joyner, Jeffery Keisacker,
Amber Kilpatrick. Andrew
Kilpatrick, Brittany Kimmons,
Zachary King, Matthew.,
Langeyin, Lauren Linda, Gary
Lippincott, Courteney Loyer,


Bryanna Lunsford, Sarah Lynn,
Danielle" Martin, Kristen
Matejka, Kelley McCallister,
Kristen McCombs, Anika
McDuffie, Alysia McNaughton,
Joshua Medina, Brianna
Morgan, Tiffany Musgrave,
Cordiero Neal, Courtney
Nelson, Megan Nicholls, David
Norton, Ashley Pate, Andrew
Patterson, Heather Pearson,
Jordan Phipps, Ashley Pittman,
Michael Ralich, Krystal Reese,
Anthony Reyes, Shelby Rice,
Ke'Antre Robinson, Sara
Robers, Andre Rosado, Kelsey
Sackett, Marisa Saria, Willaim


Schraer, Kyle Sellars, Chelsea
Smith, Anna Spicer, Rebecca
Stevens, Jordan Sullivan,
Tiffani Taber, Savannah
Temple, Caleb Ulichney,
Desiree Velasquez, Elizabeth
Wallis, Derell Washington,
Haylen Washington, Chanelle
Watson, Kolbie West, David
-Whitfield, Alexis Wilkins, Jesse
Houchin-Williams, Shelby
Williamson, Courtney Wistner,
Amanda Womack, Emily
Wpmack, Mariah Wood,
Bianca Woods, and Brandon
Yarbrough.


Curtis travels north for relay


Kim Curtis, Cancer sur-
vivor, recently traveled to
North Whidbey Island,
Washington and attended their
local Relay for Life event
where she was .honored to
receive Relay t-shirts. Kim
recently shared her amazing
experience with fellow
' Relayers at a Milton Steering
Committee.meeting, She said it
was an awesome feeling to feel
right at home, so far from home
where .she didn't known any-
body. Because of Relay For
Life and the goal we all share
of eliminating cancer, total
strangers came together to
make memories that will last a
.lifetime'.
Relay for Life is a fun-filled


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overnight event designed to
celebrate survivorship and raise
money to help the American
Cancer Society save lives, help
those who have been touched
by cancer, and empower indi-
viduals to fight back against
this disease. On April 28-29,
2006, during the Milton Event,
teams of people will gather at
Pensacola Junior College
Milton Campus and take turns
walking or running laps. Each
team tries to keep at least one
team member on the track at all


times.
But, Relay For Life is much
more than a walk around a
track it is a time to remember


those lost to cancer and cele-
brate those who have survived.
It is a night for people who
have shared the same experi-
ence to comfort and console
one another. You will not want
to miss one moment! For more
information please contact
your American Cancer Society
at 475-0850 or log onto their
website at .www.cancer.org.


More than 30 million women are menopausal. More are approaching this per-
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may become necessary to help treat symptoms such as hot flashes,
weight gain, moodiness and sleep disturbances.


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Healthy tips from TOPS.


The holidays are upon us,
and' that'can mean 'impromptu
parties, spontaneous work .gath-
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ers, all centered around food.
Take Off Pounds Sensibly
(TOPS) members know that


having a plan is crucial, when
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fruit cakes, baked goods, and
snacks. "If I don't have a plan,
I plan to fail," says Ron Azzu,
TOPS .member from
Wilmington, MA. Azzu applies
what he learned in his weekly'
TOPS meetings to real life situ-
ations:
-Bring your own healthy,
low-fat appetizer to start things
off. Set the trend!
-Drink 8 ounces of water.
Being full decreases the chance
for over-indulgence.
-Have 1 cookie or, share a
slice of cake or piece of pieI-
you do not have to eat the
whole thing; plan to add an
activity to your schedule to
work it off!
-Fresh fruits, raw vegeta-
b bles (even pickles!) and salsa
are healthy choices!
To learn more about how to
eat healthy, visit a TOPS chap-
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bers. in action, and find out
what it is all about.-Everyone is
welcomed and the event is free!
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International Headquarters is
based' in Milwaukee, WI. Visit
our website at www.tops.ore or
call (800) 932-8677 to locate a
chapter near you.


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$nowball Derby
tickets on sale now
Tickets are on sale now for
tie 38th Annual Snowball Derby
qt Five Flags'Speedway.
t Derby dates will be Dec. 1
through Dec. 4.
Reserved tickets are cur-
rently on sale with four-day
reserved tickets costing $65,
fqur-day VIP reserved tickets,
good for reserved seating and
pit-access, $100, and reserved
tickets for the 38th Annual
Snowball Derby $40.
General admission ticket
prices are $10 for Thursday, $15
for Friday, $25 on Saturday, and
$35 on Sunday.
Anyone under 18 must have
parentt or legal guardian sign a
minor release to enter the pit and
ino one under 14 is allowed on pit
rpad.
For more information call
994-8400 or you can visit the
Showball Derby website' at
www.snowballderby.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
Iigh 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.
t For more information contact
the "Pensacola Sports
Association at 4-13-14-2800.
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
alumni and their families will be
held immediately following the
.,game.
Alimni interestedin playing
ball should contact Coach Grant
at 478-8483 ext. 5823'
KofC to hold a hoop
contest at Milton HS
The Milton Knights of
Columbus will have a basketball
-free throw contest on Jan. 7,
'2b06
This contest is open to boys
and girls ages 10-14.
Kids will compete against
Sheir own age and gender group.
Prizes will be awarded at
hiis competition with winners
progressing to regional, state,
and national competitions.
Official rules and entry forms
are available at the Knights of
fColumbus website
'Oww.kofc7027.org.
1, Or you can e-mail questions
to ec grillot@yahoo.com.
Pensacourt to hold
Bench Press Comp.
": Pensacourt will host its sec-
cjnd Bench Press .Conpetition on
pec. 3 from 8:30 'a.m. to 11:30
,a.m. during its open house at
Iheir Nine Mile Road .location.
-o Pensacourt's goal is to have
Total of four tons or 8,000
pounds lifted during the contest,
'with proceeds going towards
.Christmas presents for Hurricane
Katrina victims through the
iAmerican Red Cross.
:' The cost to enter is $20,
which includes a T-shirt, or $15
Without the T-shirt.
: Prizes will be awarded to the
top three winners in age/weight
'categories for-both male' and
S..female and all participants will be
.'elligible for door prizes.


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Pace awaits Mosley on Friday


By BILL GANIBLIN
PG Spbo is Editor
There is a lot to be thankful'
for this Friday as the football
playoffs continue.
One item the Pace Patriots
are thankful for is another home
game.
But the main question is
what to expect when the
Mosley (Lynn Haven) High
Dolphins (8-3) arrive on Friday
to play the 4A Regional Finals
and see who w.'ill si11 have a
chance of making it to Miami.
"Everyone needs to forget
the score of the first game," "aid
Pace Head Coach Mi.ckey
Lindsey. "'That is in the past and
doesn't matter an) more.


"They are a threat to us and
the first game has no bearing on
what xe are trying to do."
The last time Mosley' visit-
ed Pace was on Oct. 8 when
they suffered a 31-7 loss to the
Patriots in a game where they
managed just one first down.
Mosley is coming off a
huge 38-17 win over Milton,'
while Pace ramian undefeated
after a 14-0 win over
Tallahassee Lincoln.
"We were hoping for this'
chance," said Mosley first year
Head Coach Perry Brown. "We
will be looking forward to play-
ing Pace.
"Hopefully .this time will be
better."


Mosley had a huge rushing
game the week before playing
Pace during the regular season,
but Enrique Dais and the rest
of the backs couldn't crack the
Patriots defense in their first
encounter.
Davis is hoping to continue
to build on Friday's perform-
ance against Milton where he
had touchdown runs of 51, 20
and 53 yards.
"We tried a lot of different
things against Milton." said
Brown, 'who took over a team
which had only won five games
total in the previous two sea-
sons. "The misdirection plays
worked."
See, PLAYOUIS, Pg 6D


4A Regional
Finals

Moslev (Lv\nn Haven) (8-
3) at Pace (12-0)

Gainestille Eastside (10-
.2) at Nease (10--2)

Winter Haven (9-3) at
Armwood (11-1)

Miami Edison (5-4) at.
Washington (Miami) (9-01
all games begin at -:30 p.m.
local time


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Trojans


By BILL GAMBLING
PG Sports Editor


TALLAHASSEE-The
Patriots keep marching on their
way to Miami!
On Friday the latest team
left in Pace's wake were the
Lincoln High Trojans 14-0.
For the No. 5 Patriots there
was no nrickery or special play s.
but a consistent and methodical
offense paired up with another
stellar defensive performance.
The man of the evening as
Pace senior John Mark Patrick
who& -23--yard run through the
Trojans' defense' to set up the
tirst score of the game at 6;17 of
the second quarter.
Two plays later Patrick took
a pitch,from quarterback Chris
Sorce and then heaved a pass
towards the back of the endzone
and fellow senior Matt Lewis.
Ryan Strang added the
point after to gi\e the Patriots a
7-0 lead.
Lincoln. who has now lost
in the Regional semi-finals the
last three seasons, tried to get
their offense rolling, but a mis-
take deep in their own territory
proved costly.
Running back Brandon
Paul' mishandled a toss from
Lincoln quarterback B.J.
Daniels and the Patriots recov-
ered as Matt Wheeler grabbed
the loose ball at the Trojans'
eight.
On the \er, next play Sorce
called Patrick's number in the
huddle and he found a gap up
the middle of the Tallahassee
Lincoln defense to extend
Pace's lead.
Strang's extra point made it
14-0 as the Patriot's defense
kept the Trojans from mounting
any type of comeback.
"Our defense has been
playing so well we wanted to
make sure we got the win the
best way we could," said Pace
Head Coach Mickey Lindsey.
"This was a tough win and our
See. PACL. Pg. 6D


Pace's Hilary Morrow, a senior, is seen practicing at the Club in Gulf Breeze as she prepared for the 2005 FHSAA 2A High School Sweem
Meet in Ft. Lauderdale. This was Morrow's fourth trip to the state meet.
Press Gazette photos by Bill Gamblin


Aqua Girl


* Pace's Hilary Mort
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By BILL GAMBLING
PG Sports Editor
Pace senior Hilary Morrow
almost didn't make it to the 2A
swim finals at the Ft.
Lauderdale Aquatic Complex
this past weekend.
The senior left the pool last
November and didn't plan on
returning as she quit training
and started running for the
Patriot track team, got a job,
and even pondered running
cross country this fall.
"It got to the point where I
didn't like swimming," said
Morrow who has qualified for
the FHSAA State Swim Meet
the last four years. "I would
actually dread going to prac-
tice."
For Morrow the last two
years have been especially hard
to practice since the damage
caused by hurricane's Ivan in
2004 and Dennis this year.
Despite sitting out almost
10 months Morrow qualified in
the girl's 200 yard individual
medley and the 500 yard
freestyle.
But the schedule she has
had to keep just to prepare


row loved swimming
p and walk away

would cause most teenagers to
shudder at the mere thought.
"I get. up at 4 a.m. every
morning and leave at 4:15 a.m.
so I can practice in the morning
at the Club (which is located in
Gulf -Breeze)," said Morrow,
"After practice ends around
6:30 a.m. I go to school and
then after school I will eat a
snack and do my homework
before leaving for practice in
the afternoon.
"After practice I go home to
finish my homework and eat
supper."
Practice, depending on the
number of yards or laps she
needs to swim, could go as late
a 6:45 p.m. and then she has a
45-minute or longer drive back
home depending on the traffic
she encounters from Gulf
Breeze.
So what would make
Morrow come back to competi-
tive swimming at Pace High
School and for the Club?
"I missed swimming,"
admitted Morrow. "I also
missed the people.
S"I have been doing this for
See. MORROW, Pg. 5D


Fumble bug bites Milton again

Five fitmbles prove too much for Panthers to overcome


Milton's Dustiri Land tries to break free from a Dolphin defender
during the Panthers first drive of the game.
Press Gazette photo by Bill Gamblin


By BILL GAMNBLIN
PG Sports Editor
PANAMA CITY. Fla.-Four
first quarter fumbles and an
interception %\ere just too much
for the Milton Panthers to over-
come as their season ended
with a 38-17 loss to Mosley
iL\nn Haveni High Friday in
the second round of the Florida
4A football playoffs.
Nilton's second turnover
"as criucal as Mlike DeCosta
picked up a Danny Martin fum-
ble and rumbled 54 yards for
the Dolphins second touch-
down of the game and a 12-0
lead.
Mosley needed only three


plays to score their first touch-
down when Enrique Davis rum-
bled 51 yards up the middle.
Davis finished the game
with 169 yards with three
touchdowns on runs of 51, 20,
and 53 yards.
An interception of a
Maurice Lantry pass gave the
Dolphins the ball deep in
Panther territory, which led to a
Chip Moore 32 yard field goal
and a 15-0 lead for the
Dolphins.
"We turned the ball over too
many times to win a game
against a good team like
Mosley," said Milton Head
Coach Mike McMillion. "It is


very disappointing to end the
season like this.
"But when the turnover bug
bites it is hard to overcome."
Lantry had taken over at
quarterback for Dustin Land,
who suffered a concussion on
an 11-yard run during the
Panthers first possession.
Despite spotting the
Dolphins 15 points Milton was
not going to call it quits.
Down 24-10 at the start of
the fourth quarter Milton was
forced to punt.
Mosley mishandled the ball
and the Panthers recovered to
give Milton the ball on the
See, PAN HERS, Pg. 6D


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Sports

Milton ties Woodham; Pace 6-0
y BILL GAMBLIN Woodham goalie Sam Prices Best
?FG Sports Editor Freeman finished the night with Prices
"\ Milton used a very intense eight saves. N


secondd half to tie Woodham
i; gh ScIRool Thursday night at
ht:ome in soccer 1-1.
The Panthers (1-4-1) fell
S behind 1-0 when Matt
D"pachlap's shot got past Nathan
'. hults, who finished the contest
;.',ith five saves on the night.
In the second half Milton
'.'ame out and put the pressure
'in the Titans, who's strongest
defensive move was to kick the
1,all deep in hopes of keeping it
L ut of their defensive third.
S "We had a little more ball
controlo l in the second half," said
:~ lton Head Coach Ryan
:," 'avenport. "In the first half we
k: weren't \ inning the ball or con-
a.olling it .like I think we,
should.
"After every game I ask the
,guys how they would rate their.
performance and they don't
.1,'ive themselves enough credit.
which h shows they know they
4 iould be better."
Woodham's plan worked
I -,for the most part except for
'-Core\ Hall's goal on an assist
.rom Dakota Sams.


In other area soccer action
Pace (6-0) kept their winning
streak alive and have still
allowed just one goal this sea-
son as they defeated Tate High
School 1-0 Thursday at Tate.
Robby Breland scored the
lone Patriot goal on an assist
from Sam Woodall.
Pace goalie Spencer
Cochran finished the night with
four saves.
aIn girls varsity action the
Lady Patriots opened their
recently finished gym with a
63-17 win over the Jay Lady
Royals.
Pace (2-0) jumped out to an
early 18-4 in the first quarter
and were ahead 36-12 at half-
time.
"Our girls worked hard and
were focused tonight," said
Pace Head Coach Chad Rowell.
"Jay is a young team, but are a
very quality group of girls.
"I know they will get better
as the season goes along."
In the second half of play
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Leading the way for Pace
was Tori Wheat with 11 Points
and Surita Guyton with 10.
"Tonight we got to see
some of our younger girls play,"
said Rowell "The girls got to
see their hard work pay off with
some playing time."
Jay was led by Autry with
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-IPG Sports Editor


It was another difficult
.'keek with several upsets this
S: weekend in college football.
'I. The best mark turned in this
weekenden, was a 7-3 card by
.,Scott Miller, Glenn Chavers,
:i.'Dea~ ne Queen, and Keith
:Kirchharr.
Remarkably all four missed,
he same games involving
V.*-Iosley-Lynn Haven's win
>along with the upsets by
p eorgia Tech and Vanderbilt.
S So to the tie breaker we go
, here Southern California and
!xresno State accounted for 92
Combined points which means
.Cyeeks prize will be split
: between Chavers and Kirchharr
< they: both predicted 65 com-
. ined points.


Queen was third closest by
predicting 54.total points, while
Miller was fourth in the tie
breaker with 49 points.,
Finishing one game back
this week, at 6-4 were F.C.
Brake Jr., Roy Cooper, Martha
Chavers, Murray Rutledge, and
Paul C. Tate.
Martin Brake, Donna
Miller, Jerry Miller, Shawn
Hill, LynRae Johnson, Frank
Mason, Scott Osmondson, and
Larry Culpepper finished the
weekend at 5-5.
At 4-6 on the weekend'
were Mayhew Brake, Shelen
Kennedy, Sharon Taylor, and
Bryan Hathaway.
Fibishing-out the' "tickets
with 3-7 scorecards are Wade
Miller; Wa\ ne Davis Richard
McNew, Berna Faust, and


Noreen.Hill.
The question this week for
everyone is will Miami have
trouble with Virginia like
Florida State and speaking of
the Seminoles; what will hap-
pen when they visit 'The
Swamp.'
Another question to ponder
over is will Tennessee lose to
South Carolina, Vanderbilt,
and Kentucky all in the same
season?
Due to. the holiday week-
end we will have to do things a
little differently at the paper so
just bring your predictions and
drop them in the mail slot on
the front door at the office.
We will be keeping an eye
on them and the polls will
close as always at 5 p.m. on
Friday.


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Panthers fourth


preseason in style


By BILL GAMBLING
PG Sports Editor
Don't let the word pre-sea-
son fool you as Saturday's
game between Pace and Milton
in the Santa Rosa Tip-Off
Classic at Milton High School
was not for the faint of heart.
Milton followed the lead of
Jeremy Millar who dialed long
distance three times in the first
quarter to win 59-45.
Two early treys and a short
jumper by Millar, who scored a
game high 26 points, gave the
Panthers an 8-2 lead.
From there the Panthers
pressure defense helped them
roll out to a 19-9 first quarter
lead.
The second quarter turned
into a slugfest as both teams
'made short runs, but the lead
remained at 10, 26-16 at half-
time.
"We 'knew tonight 'was
going to be a real physical and
intense game," said Milton
Head Coach Tim Short. "A lot
of credit has to go to Pace,


because we might have set the
tone early, but they set the tone
for the last three quarters.
"Pace is a well coached
team and they made us work
hard for this win."
The Patriots went to work
after the halftime break and
managed to trim the Panthers
lead to five, 38-33, when Tyler
Dougthtery drained a long trey.
For the entire period Pace
connected with five long bombs
as they ended up trailing 42-34
heading into the fourth quarter.
"I am proud of the effort
my guys gave tonight," .said
Pace Head Coach Jim Sessions.
"Milton was the cause of the
mistakes we make tonight.
"The key for us as a team
heading into the start of the sea-
son is we need to look at doing
what we do better."
Milton responded with
seven quick points at the start of
the fourth quarter including a
trey from LeDre Bender to
make it 49-34 before the
Patriots could start scoring in an


attempt to cut into the Panthers
lead yet again.
Pace had a balanced scoring
attack as eight different Patriots
scored led by Justin Ellison
with nine followed by Michael,
Loftin with eight and Jackson
Moore and Eric Kroll with
seven points each.
Milton 's. Adam Allen
added 12 of his 14 points in the
second half.
Pace 46, Navarre 40
Pace used a very balanced
scoring attack, to dispose of the'
Navarre Raiders Thursday in
the first night of the Santa Rosa
Tip-Off Classic at Milton High
School.
The hardest problem the
Patriots faced on the night was
how to, slow down the Raiders
big man Jeff Van Camp, who
had a game high 27.
Van Camp scored eight first
quarter points, but it wasn't
enough to keep up with Pace
who led 11-8 and extended that
lead to 27-14 at the break.
"I thought tonight we didn't


box out well enough," said
Sessions. "Pretty much we
needed to work on our level of
consistency.
"Tonight we might have
seen more rust on the part of
our play because, these, kids
have played together for a long
time."
Navarre tried to battle back,
but not even Van Camp's 17
second half points were enough
to secure a win for the Raiders.
Leading the way for Pace
was Alex Fruge and David
Quesada with eight each while
Jackson Moore and Justin
Ellison added seven each.
Story written by
Bill Gamblin. Reach him
at sports@srpressgazette.com
Pace's Eric Kroll shoots a jump
shot over Milton's Chris
Duckworth Saturday in the
Santa Rosa County Tip-Off
Classic hosted by Milton High
School. Milton won Saturday's
game 59-45.
Press Gazette photo
by Bill Gamblin


Central edges Jay at Tip-off Classic


By BILL GAMBLING
PG Sports Editor


Central turned their back on
a poor Thursday night perform-
ance by defeating Jay 48-47
Saturday in the Santa Rosa Tip-
Off Classic at Milton High
School.
The Jaguars, who lost 78-
27 to Milton in the first game,
quickly took a 4-0 lead on the
Royals who had suffered a sim-
ilar fate at the hands of the Gulf
Breeze Dolphins Thursday 70-
39.
Jay's Carlos Waldrop looks to
power his way back up past
Central's Logan Campbell after
getting a rebound in the second
quarter of Saturday's game.
Press Gazette photo
by Bill Gamblin


Jay didn't intend to trail for
long as they battled back to lead
9-8 at the end of the first quar-
ter by taking the lead with just
over 19 seconds ,remaining
when Greg Neslon drained two
free-throws.
Central did not give up and
took the lead for good with 2:36
remaining in the game 48-46 on
a basket by-Logan Campbell.
"Tonight we played a lot
harder and resembled a basket-
ball team," said Central Head
Coach Tony McDonald. "I am
very proud of the effort tonight.
"We played a .little more
patient than we did against
Milton." 1
Before Campbell's basket
Central and Jay were tied five
different times over a five and a


half minute period in the sec-
ond half.
The Jaguars pulled even
with the Royals at 37-37 when
J.J. Sessions scored.
Both teams traded baskets
until the Jay faithful erupted
when Jeremy Swick drained a
three-pointer, but the Jaguars
and Justin Morris were not
going to go away quietly as
Morris drained his own trey 16
seconds later.
After Campbell gave the
Jags their first lead since the
first quarter both' teams battled,
but could not score.
Keith Germann, who led all
scorers with a game high 18
points, missed two free-throws
which could of iced the game,
with. just over 29 seconds


remaining.
Jay had a chance with 20
seconds on the clock but Brad
Lowery could only connect on
his first shot, which cut the
Central lead to one 48-47.
"I wish we could go back to
the school and practice tonight
while everything is fresh on my
mind," said, Jay Head Coach
Lance Youngblood: "It is still
early in the -season.
"We are still learning each,.
other and I have learned a lot
about what we need to get back
and work on in practice.
Both teams appeared even-
ly matched statistically in the
first half as both squads com-
mitted 10 turnovers, while 'the
Royals won the battle of ,the
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boards 20-19.
The scoreboard told a dif-
ferent tale as the Royals led 28-
'"24 heading to the locker room
!., as Michael Wade scored the
I; final basket of the quarter.
Central couldn't take
advantage of the double-bonus
as they went four-of-eight in the
final 1:41 of the first half.
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game," said McDonald. "But
tonight I learned that we need to
box out better and be more
patient in running our offense.
"These are things we can
work on before we start district
play."
Besides Germann's 18,
Campbell added 13 points and
Session's chipped in 10 in the
winning effort.
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of his points in the second quar-
ter when Jay built their lead.
Youngblood knows his
team can shoot better than the
31 percent they did against
Central.
"We just need to slow down
and work on our position when
we take our shots," said
Youngblood, who felt his guys
might have been out of position
on some of their shots. "This
season is a marathon, and we


have to follow the pace that is
set this season, but I feel we
will be okay."
Gulf Breeze 70, Jay 39
The Dolphins came out and
sent a message early as they ran
all night long in their 70-39 win
over the Royals in Thursday's
first night of, the Santa Rosa
Tip-Off Classic.
Greg Nelson was the big
weapon for the Royals as he
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big treys in the first half.
Gulf Breeze took a 19-9
first quarter lead and extended it
to 36-19 at halftime.
"Gulf Breeze is a fine team
that had a lot of players coming
back," said Youngblood. "We
knew this would be a challenge
for us."
From the beginning the
Dolphins full court pressure lit-
erally disrupted the Royals
offense.
The Dolphins fell back into
a zone in the second quarter as
they had the game well in hand
until Nelson connected on two
treys and Jeremy Swick added a
third in the quarter as he fin-
ished with nine points.
"I am not worried about
tonight," said Youngblood. "We
will get better as the season pro-
gresses.
"If we don't show improve-
ment with each game that is
when you start to worry."
Milton 78, Central 27
Milton just overwhelmed a
much smaller Central squad by
taking a 24-10 first quarter lead
and extended it to a 78-27 win
Thursday in the first round of
the Santa Rosa Tip-Off Classic.
For the Jaguars there was


just too much Adam Allen to
contend with as he scored 15
points in the first quarter and 23
of his game high 29 by half-
time.
Central's Keith Germann
tried to keep the Jaguars in the
game with eight points in the
first quarter, but the Panther's
pressure eventually over-
whelmed Central who trailed at
halftime 53-14.
"We were expecting to play
a littler better tonight and did-
n't," said McDonald. "We just
didn't play very well at all.
"Milton is a great team, but
we could have definitely played
better."
Germann led the Jaguars
with 13 points.
Besides Allen's game high
29 points, Jeremy Millar
chipped in 13 and LeDre
Bender added 12.
"We tried to set some goals
prior to the game," said Milton
Head Coach. Tim Short. "I
thought we defended fair,
rebounded really well, and exe-
cuted our offense at times.
"But our pressure early on
really set the tone for the
game." ;
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Morrow


Continued From Page One
six years and got to where I
missed the sport and practice."
The key for Morrow is get-
ting back to her times prior to
leaving the sport.
"I am about a second off
my best 200 time and about six
seconds off my 500 time," said
Morrow. "For me track was a
lot easier than swimming."
Despite her dislike for
swimming Morrow was actual-
ly teaching swimming and
working as a lifeguard at the
Northeast YMCA in Pensacola
this past summer.
"I never swam any laps at
the pool," said Morrow. "I just
didn't want to.
"I would say I was going in
to work early so I could swim
laps, but in reality I didn't


because I just didn't have the
desire to swim."
Her high school coach
hates the thought of losing
Morrow, but is very proud of
what she accomplished espe-
cially these last two years.
"With the time off she took
and the fact of no where to
practice because of the hurri-
canes what Hilary has accom-
plished is a credit to her," said
Pace girls swimming coach
Maggie Ramirez. "Our relay
squads made it to regionals
because of her.
"And at the regional meet
she dropped all kinds of time as
she qualified for the state meet."
Morrow will now prepare
to compete with her swin team
and work towards earning a
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Sports


Panthers


Continued From Page One
S. Dolphins 24.
On third down Jeremy
Tolbert, who was the Panthers
third different quarterback of


the game, connected with
Keenan Tillman for a 20-yard
strike at the goal line with 6:03
remaining in the game.
Earlier in the game Milton,


cut the margin to 18-10 when
Tolbert threw his first touch-
down of 41 yards to Robert
Carson.
Down seven the Panthers


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kicked short and Mosley took
over at their own 47.
One play later Davis
streaked 53 yards for the deci-
sive touchdown on the first
play from scrimmage.
The Dolphins misfired yet
again on the' point after
attempt to make it 30-17
"We fought our way back
in the game," said McMillion.
"We just couldn't, overcome'
our earlier mistakes..
"This team is a bunch of
fighters and it is unfortunate
we couldn't continue our
climb forward."


Milton was forced to pass
in hopes of getting back in the
game, but ended up turning the
ball over on downs at their
own 24.
Mosley needed only five
plays for Tommie Rogers to
bust through from four yards
out.
Garrett Brown then con-
nected with Pookie Ghant for a'
two-point conversion and the
final margin of 38-17.
Emery Allen led the
Panthers on the ground with
42 yards on nine carries, while
Tolbert finished the game with


122 yards and two touchdowns
while connecting on six-of-10
passing attempts.
Carson led all Milton
receivers with three catches
for 96 yards and one touch-
down.
The Panthers were penal-
ized three times for 25 yards
while Mosley was flagged five
time for .55 yards including
three pass interference calls.
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Continued From age One
Now the Dolphins and their
coach are looking to avenge an
earlier season loss to the
Patriots.
"We're happy to be where
we're at," said Brown. "But we
want more.
"We're going to be greedy
starting now."
For Lindsey there is reason
for concern after the trouble
Pace had when they faced Ft.
Walton Beach for the second
time this season in the first
round of the playoffs.
"I am very concerned," said
Lindsey. "The first game we
played is just a motivation for
them.
"I think our kids really
understand what is at stake this
week and they are mature


enough to handle it."
Lindsey, who has been the
head coach at Pace for 15 sea-
sons, doesn't ever recall, the
Patriots ever advancing to the
fourth round of the playoffs.
Ticket prices for Friday's
game is $7 each and the gates
will open at 5:30 p.m. accordib-
ng to Pace Athletic Director
Robert Freeman.
Advance tickets will be on
sale at Pace High School until
noon today.
The winner of this Friday's
game will take on the winner
ofthe Nease (Ponte Vedra
Beach)/Gainesville Eastside
game on Dec. 2 at 7:30 p.m.
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2005 FHSAA Class 4A
Football
Last Friday's scores:
Pace 14, Tallahassee
Lincoln 0
Mosley (Lynn Haven) 38,
Milton 17
Nease (Ponte Vedra
Beach) 24, New Smyrna
Beach 17
Gainessille Eastside 35,
Rockledge 7
Winter Haven 17,
Jefferson (Tampa) 13
Armwood 24, Plant 6
Miami Edison 32, Boca.
Raton 10
Washington (Miami) 23,
Dwver 16


Pace


Continued From Page One
kids played very hard."
Lincoln's pass heavy attack
was virtually non-existent and
when Daniels did complete a
pass it was to the wrong color
jersey as Pace ended the night
with two interceptions.
Sorce completed seven-of-
16 pass attempts for 71 yards
and one interception when Pace
was threatening in the first half.
Patrick led Pace with 96


yards on 22 carries as the
Patriots turned the clock against
Lincoln who finish the season
at 9-2.
"Maybe we should have
thrown the ball a little more
looking back," said Lindsey.
"But Lincoln is a good team
and they had a lot of weapons
which concerned us.
"Asa team.we didn't,want
to make.,they could. capitolize
on.


Friday's win over Lincoln
Friday has now set up a rematch
.with Mosley (Lynn Haven)
High.
Mosley, who lost to Pace
earlier this season 31-7, defeat-
ed Milton High School 38-17 in
Panama City on Friday.
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The Pace High School wrestling
team started their 2005 season
with a quad meet involving
South Walton, Tate, and
Crestview high schools. Pace
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(SIGN IN BONUS)
APPLY IN PERSON.
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Your Life? Read Dl-
ANETICS by Ron L.
Hubbard. Call
(813)872-0722 or
send $7.99 to Dia-
netics, 3102 N. Ha-
bana Ave., Tampa
FL 33607.


ATTENTION
KATRINA EVACUEES
Temporary Jobs or Training
Are Available For You
Have you lost your job due to the hurricane? Have yoiu been laid off from your
previous employer or are you long term unemployed9 If so. you may qualify for our
interesting and fulfilling temporary jobs program with above average wages.
We also have training opportunities.
Types of jobs may include, but are not limited to:
Case Workers
Administrative/Clerical Workers
Construction
(Drywall. Electrician, and Plumber Helpers)
Laborers and more...
Please call one of our Escarosa Career Centers
for eligibility and documentation requirements.
3670-A North "L" Street
Pensacola, FL 32505
(850) 595-5200 ext 232
6570 Caroline Street
Milton, FL 32570
(850) 983-5325 ext 114
We are a Drug Free Workplace
An Affirmative Action Equal Opportunity Employer/Program ;
Auxiliary aids and services are available upon request to individuals with disabilities


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CNA'S NEWLY UPDATED PAY
SCALES1,200 SIGN-ON BONUS.
BRIDGE TOLL
REIMBURSEMENT. PLEASE
APPLY INPERSON TO:
BAY BREEZE NURSING &
RETIREMENT CENTER
3387 GULF BREEZE PKWY,
GULF BREEZE, FL, 32563
CALL:850-932-9257
OR FAX 850-932-5989
WWW.DELTAHEALTH
GROURCOM
EOE/M/F/DNV
DRUG FREE WORKPLACE


uutsiae Saies Executive
Santa Roia's Pres' Ga.euie has an immedi-
ate opening for a proven sales eXeecuuue The
successful candidate %ill hawe a w inning
personality and a prove track record
of sales production.


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* Represent an excellent product
- in service to the community
lor almost a century.
* Good compensation package.
* Excellent family working environ-
ment.
* Ability to grow with the company.


BECOME AN OWNER START
PART-TIME GET PAID FOR
HELPING OTHERS AND BEGIN
BUILDING A BUSINESS YOU
MIGHT OWN ONE DAY! UNIQUE
ENTREPRENEURIAL
OPPORTUNITY WITH
PRIMERICA, A CITIGROUP. FOR
MORE INFORMATION. CALL
MARGARITA AT 850-626-7188


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
FENCING, RAILING,
SPIRAL STAIRWAYS.
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APPLICATIONS FOR A CUSTOMER
SERVICE REP/CASHIER. MUST
HAVE EXPERIENCE WITH
COMPUTER DATABASE ENTRY,
WORKING WITH PUBLIC,
HANDLING MONEY AND POSSES
A HIGH SCHOOL DIPLOMA.
PLEASE SEND RESUME TO
4401 WOODBINE ROAD, PACE,
FLORIDA 32571


AUCTION DECEM-
BER 3RD 10:15
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COUNTY/PINE-
HURST, GEORGIA
. 1000 +/- ACRES
OFFERED DIVIDED
* TWO FARMS
TWO HOMES
TREMENDOUSLY
IRRIGATED CROP-
LAND PEACH-
STATE AUCTION
GROUP, INC
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AUCTION-MAGNO-
LIA PLANTATION,
5900+,'- acres, near
Albany, GA. Income
producing, hunting
preserve, abundant
water, irrigated row-
crops, pecan or-
chards. Saturday,
November 26, 10
a.m. Rowell Auc-
lions, Inc. 1800)323-
8388 www. rowel-
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Tank and Refrigerat-
ed Divisions. Per-
formance based
pay. Experienced
Operators. Inde-
pendent Contractors
or Company Drivers.
CDL Instruction Pro-
gram available.
1800)771-6318
www pnmeinc.com.


Electrician & Helpers!!

This could possibly be the last career change
Lou %kill ever ha\e to make. Finally!!! Be paid
and receive the benefits that reflect your
worth! We offer Health Insurance. Life
Insurance, Paid vacations, paid sick da\s off
and a retirement package. We ha\e a fully
staffed office, \ warehouse, and management
team in place to assist you as \ou perform your
work as a true professional that you are.
We are about our employees!!!
If this interests you and you are an experienced
residential electrician or helper, then call us at:
NI & NI Electric of N.A. FL.. Inc. Navarre
939-0404 for driving instructions.
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Drivers
CDLA OTR DRIV-
ERS TEAMS .50
CPM SOLOS .34
CPM 100% DROP &
HOOK HEALTH
BENEFITS AS-
SIGNED EQUIP-
MENT REQUIRE- 1
YEAR OTR HAZ-
MAT & DOUBLES
(321)202-4406.
COMPANY DRIV-
ERS. $.32-.41 per
mile. 1/2 raise every
six months. Lease
purchase, 0/0
.90cpm. National
Carriers The Elite
fleet. (888)707-
7729. nationalcarri-
ers.com
DRIVER TRAINEES
Needed Now! No
experience required.
Werner Enterprises
has immediate
openings for entry-'
level semi drivers.
Our avg. drivers
earn more than
$36K first year. 60%
of our drivers get
home nightly/week-
ly. 15-day CDL,train-
ing available in your
area. Call .today. 1-
866-280-5309.
DRIVER- DEDICAT-
ED Regional Coast-
al Transport HOME
EVERY WEEKEND
GUARANTEED!
65% preloaded/pre-
tarped- Avg. $718-
$918/week. Mobile,
AL Terminal- CDL-A
req'd. 877-428-5627
www.ctdrivers.com
DRIVER-COVE-
NANT TRANS-
PORT. Excellent
pay and benefits for
Experienced Driv-
ers, 0/0, Solos
Teams & Graduate
Students. Bonuses
Available. Refriger-
ated Now Available.
(888) MORE PAY
(888-667-3729)
DRIVERS WANTED
Average dispatch is
2,100 miles *3-Pay
Packages to choose
from *Late model
Equipment *No Haz-
Mat *No East-Coast
*100% No-Touch
Freight *Weekly Ad-
vances *Direct De-
posit *weekly (same
"week) Settlements.
Solos "and" Owner
Operators Welcome.
Requirements: 1-
year OTR verifiable
experience, CDL
CLASS A Plus Safe
Driving record,
...Call Smithway Lo-
gistics, Inc.
(800)282-1911 ext
115.


EVERGREEN
TRANSPORTA-
TION needs drivers
to run the 13 SE
states with both
weekly and week-
end hometime. We
offer good pay and
benefits. If you' are
at least 23 with a
good driving record
with a HAZMAT en-
dorsement please
come by our termi-
nal located at 300
Hwy. 95A,' Canto-
ment, Florida across
from IP paper mill or
call 850-968-1702.
NOW HIRING
No CDL required.
Truck driver with
tractor trailer and
forklift experience a
must. 623-5385.


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104
General Help
$ $ $ $
Top Pay
Carpenters,
Concrete Finishers/
Formsetters
needed for
immediate
permanent
employment
Experienced only
need apply
(850) 368-5629
$ $ $ $,
$5,500. Weekly goal
potential. If some-
one did it, so can
you! 2-3 confirmed
appointments daily!
Benefits available....
Call Catherine
McFarland
(888)563-3188
$600 WEEKLY
working -through the
government part-
time. No experience.
-A lot of Opportuni-
ties. (800)493-3688
CodeJ-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.

AUTOMOTIVE
TECHNICIAN
needed. Must be
certified In air condi-
tioning and have
experience in diag-
nostics and drivabil-
ity. Apply in person
at 4916 Glover,
Lane in Milton. No
phone calls please.


BECOME AN
OWNER START
PART-TIME
Get paid forhelping
others and begin
building a business
you might own one
day' Unique
entrepreneurial
opportunity with
Primericea, a
Citigroup. For more
information.
Call Margarita at
850-626-7188


LEARN
TO DRIVE
Tractor Trailers






15 DAY LOCAL
CDL TRAINING
Full and Part Time Classes
Major carriers hiring on site
Tuition Assistance if qualified
For over, 29 years-
we've been training
America's Truckersl
CALL TODAY!'
Truck Driver Institute
5750 Milton Road
Milton, FL I
800-709-7364

COMPANY AND
0/0 needed 87
cents per mile all
dead head paid +
fsc. Call Don Salts-
man CTC Trucking
Inc. (321)639-1522.


Police Officer

Fl. Certified
(register being established for the
City of Milton)
For requirements contact: SGT.
Anthony Tindell @983-5420,
Applications may be picked up
at City Hall, 6738 Dixon St,
Milton,- FL. Minority
applicants are encouraged to
apply. EOE/Drug Free'
Workplace. Apps accepted
thru 12/5/05 (850) 983-5400.
Fax (850) 983-5469
$25,708.80 Annually.


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104
General Help
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.
COOKNEEDED for
Bayou Cafe. Mon-
day-Friday. Call
994-9232.
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.
FULL TIME mainte-
nance supervisor
year experience
HIVAC certified,
plumbing, electrical
and drywall. Must
have own tools and
transportation. Fax
or call 494-2640.
HEAVY EQUIP-
MENT Operator
CERTIFIED. Hands
on Training. Job
Placement Assis-
tance. Call Toll Free
(866)933-1575. AS-
SOCIATED TRAIN-
,ING SERVICES,
5177 Homosassa
Trail, Lecanto, Fl.
34461.
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 Fehc-
ing, Railing, spiral
i stairways.
Metal Design
983-3007

The Heritage of
SantaRosa
"Committedwto Carin1

MDS RN
yearr experience)

CNA
All shifts

RN
11-7 Shift
*
LPN/RN
3-11 Shift

Laundry Aide
*
Housekeeping
5530 Northrop Rd.
Milton. FL 32570
Ph. 1850)983-8888
| EOE
JAY FIRST Assem-
bly Child Develop-
ment Center. Hiring
mature Christian'
women. Please. call
(850)675-6869 ;for
more information.
PUBLISHER'S
NOTICE
Milton Newspapers,
Inc. idba The Santa
Rosa Press Gazette
and The Santa Rosa
Free Press) re-
serves the right to
Sensor, 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.


104
General Help
LIBERTY
NATIONAL Life
Insurance
Do You Earn
$75,000 A Year?
Would You Like
To? Using our pro-
ven marketing plan
you could earn
$75K your first year
with us--even more
the next year with
renewals and bo-
nuses! We offer two
retirement funds,
health' insurance,
paid vacation,
convention trips
and morel No
experience neces-
sary. On-the-job
training Require-.
ment: honesty, hard
work, dependable
transportation, and
the willingness to
follow our system.
We are an Equal
Opportunity
Employer.
Find out more Call:
983-7576.
MOVIE EXTRAS,
ACTORS & MOD-
ELS! Make $75-
$250/day. All ages
and faces wanted
No exp. Required.
FT/PTI
(800)714-7565
MOVIE EXTRAS,
ACTORS & MOD-
ELS! Make $75-
$250/day. All ages
and faces wanted!
No exp. Required.
FT/PT!
(800)545-1351
NEED EXTRA
CHRISTMAS
CASH?
Now Hiring Drivers.
Starting pay is $6.15
hourly;+ $1.25
delivery
(Sign in Bonus)
Apply in person.
Rapa John's
Highway 90, Milton.
NOW HIRING for
2005 Postal posi-
tions $17.50-
$59.00+/hr. Full
Benefits/Paid Train-
ing and Vacations
No Experience Nec-
essary (800)584-
1775 Reference #
5600.. .


P/Tr& FIT
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

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.
S/E & 3-State Run:
T/T Drivers. HOME
WEEKENDS. Mile-
age Pay, Benefits,
401K. Trainees Wel-
come. Miami area-
exp. req. 21 min
age/Class-A CDL
Cypress Truck Lines
(800)545-1351.
T1EAMSl $1000 sign
on bonus/ea. Approx
$1100/wk. 2yrs
OTR, No DUI/DWI.
Jax, FL area. Excel-
lent Equipment! Ex-
cellent Lanes! Great
Benefits Home
'Weekends!
(888)216-0180
www.callcpc.corm.


104
General Help
TREE CLIMBERS
and hard working
ground men. (850)
449-5243.

TV TECHNICIAN
needed for local
electronics repair
shop. Experience
required. Call
994-9598




310
Business
Opportunities











A CASH COW! 90
VENDING MA-
CHINE UNITS/ YOU
OK LOCATIONS
ENTIRE BUSINESS
$10,670 HURRY!
(800)836-3464
#B02428.
ALL CASH CANDY
ROUTE Do you earn
$800/day? 30 Ma-
chines, Free Candy
All for $9,995.
(888)629-9968
BO02000033. CALL
US: We will not be
undersold!
INTERNATIONAL
INVESTMENT
BANKING Firm Has
Middle Market Busi-
nesses For Sale. If
Interested In Buying
Or Selling A Busi-
ness, Call (877)217-
8231.
TIRED OF being a
stay-at-home mom?
Own your own busi-
ness and earn
32,000 .+ a year
,Great supplemental
income for one-in-
come families. Call
850-598-3018
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) 2q2-
0670. Free Esti-
mates!
ARRESTED NEED
A LAWYER? All
Criminal Defense.
*Felonies 'Misde-
meanors *DUI 'Au-
tomobile Accident
*Domestic Violence.
'Wrongful Death.
"Protect Your
Rights" A-A-A Attor-
ney Referral Service
(800)733"5342 -
24/7
,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.
BUDGET HOUSE
Painting- Insured &
Licensed. Call.Andy
@ 850-304-9680..


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;,Srvie Pumber Heper Nedep


Service Plumber- with a minimum of
3 years experience. We are looking'
for a team player that has a desire to
grow with us. Your work effort will be
appreciated. Helpers- we are looking
for team players that want to learn a
trade or expand their knowledge and
skills with willingness to work hard.
Call 626-8552 for interview 8


315
Business Services
BUILDING SALE
"Last Chancel"
20x26 Now $3995.
25x30, $5700.
30x40, $8300.
40x60, $12,900.
Many Others. Meets
140 M.P.H. Higher
available. One end
included. Pioneer
(800)668-5422.

CAPITAL TRUST
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.comrn

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.


315
Business Services
DIVORCE $275-
$350*COVERS chil-
dren, etc. Only one
signature required
*Excludes- govt.
fees! Call weekdays
(8001462-2000, ext
600. (8am-7pm) Alta
Divorce, LLC. Estab-
lished 1977.
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.
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.
LOCAL HOME Re-
pair. Paint, drywall,
trim & tile. Fence re-
pair & installation.
10 years experi-
ence. Contact Paul
McMullen 850-723-'
9767.


315
Business Services

J & C Construction.
Vinyl Siding, &
handyman
Lic#9840044249.
Locally Owned,
Licensed & Insured.
20 Years Experi-
ence. 994-4426.

KITCHEN & BATH
REMODELING.
20+ years experi-
ence. Fox Remod-
eling LLC. Cabinet
installation, trim car-
pentry, tile, and
more. Licensed &,
Insured. Also Certi-
fied Installer for
Home Depot &
Lowes. Call 850-
981-0508., Leave
message for Ron.
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.
LYNNE HOUGH
Photography Photo.
Restoration & Stor-
age. 48 hour turn-
around time on CD
or email 8 mp digital
excellent quality
guaranteed. 623-
1440 or www.black-
waterimages.com


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' evaltited, your rife Will be "
placed on the employment list; ranked accord-
ingly.
Other than this announcement, no further
notification will be sent.
******** ******************************
Technical Services Librarian (3308)
Range: 30 $ 45,572.90 $ 50,303.97
DOQ
**11/21/05 12/05/2005**
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 ihe Closing Daie)
Master's degree in Library Science from a
University accredited by the American Library'
Association and one.year experience in techni-
cal services work in a multi-library system, or
two years in a single library system.

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
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 $ 35,601.49 $ 39,297.38


315
Business Services
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, but
will you? Dave Kop-
pin Home Improve-
ment, Inc. Specializ-
ing in Insurance esti-
mates, Small Home
Improvement. Proj-
ects & Maintenance.
(850) 626-6944.

MIKE.KAYLOR
Cement Mason
*Patios
SWalks
.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-
fancing WAC. Call
857-1051.

NEW CONCRETE
Construction
Patios Driveways -
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Also Restore and
Decorate Damaged
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(850) 368-5629


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ING & WALLPA-.
PERING *Drywall
repairs & patchwork
*Pressure cleaning
(homes, decks, pa-i
tios, driveways &
sidewalks) *Carpen-
try work (crown'
molding, paneling,
trim base & case, in-,
stall cabinets & build
decks) Residential.'
Interior/Exterior.
Family owned busi-j
ness, over 30 years.
Call The. Ericksens:
today! (850)723-"
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30 years experience
*insured .
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*free estimates
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owner .
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VICKERS FENCING
"Making good neigb
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time." Specializing in
wood fences. NeV
installations and rea
pairs. Competitive
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Insured. Free est
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DOQ
**0pen 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)
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 Plaifiiing or related field'and 1 ye'ar6of
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 Oualifications (Must Be Attained
Before the Closing Date)
Bachelor's degree in Urban and Regional
Planning, En\ ironmental Science, Architecture,
Landscape Architecture, or related field and 4
years of relevant planning and zoning experi-
ence, or Nlaster's degree in Urban and
Regional Planning or related field and 2 years t
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 ill be held on Thursday December
8, 2005 for Communications Dispatcher I. 1
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 December 5,
2005 at 4:30pm in order to obtain a testing
time.

**NO EXCEPTIONS WILL BE MADE ON
DATE/TIME**
FOR EACH POSITION APPLIED FOR, ALL
REQUIRED SUPPORTING DOCUMENTS,
(i.e. diplomas, transcripts, and/or
certificates) LISTED ON THE JOB
DESCRIPTIONS, MUST BE SUBMITTED
BY THE CLOSING DATE/S NO LATER
THAN 4:30pm. DOCUMENTS MAY BE
DELIVERED BY US MAIL, FAX, EMAIL,
OR HAND DELIVERED. If the required
snnnnrting documents are not in by the close:


date, your application will not be submitted '


for consideration. In an effort to further assist
applicants, we offer the ease of applying online;
at www.santarosa,fl.gov. Complete job
descriptions and applications are also available'
at the Santa Rosa County Human Resources
Office, 6495 Caroline Street, Suite H, Milton,
FL 32570, phone (850) 983-1948, Fax (850)
981-2003. Veteran's Preference will be given
in accordance with Florida Statutes.


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SORENSEN'S
REMODELING
Specialist. Home
repairs,
remodeling, tile,
wall texturing,
painting interior
and exterior,
wallpaper and
removal, kitchens
and baths,
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experience,
Licensed and
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enclosures & rooms
additions
Call today for
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Backyard Accessible
Licensed & Insured.'
Local Contractor.
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TREES AND Roofs.
Professional tree ex-
perts roof cover.
ups, carpentry, local
in business 40.
years, insurance ,
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$89,900. Hardwood
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SERVICE Trim, cut,
& remove. Call 626-
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FIREWOOD $50. a
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Homes
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.
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.
NEW 4BR/2BA all
appliances included
lovely
neighborhood,
large lot. $1500 mo.
Call fo appointment
995-8588
-PACE, 3/2 Newer.
Doublewide, Central
Heatlng/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.
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 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.
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410
Mobile Homes
4/2 MOBILE home
on private lot. No
smoking. No pets.
References re-
quired. $650 mo
plus damage depos-
it.' Trash pick -up,
washer and dryer in-
cluded.
Call 623-6099
or 626-1627
MOBILE HOME for
rent in Marlborough
Village, large 2
bdrm, 1 1/2 bath,
just remodeled- total
electric, w/d hook-
up, no pets. $300
deposit/$450 per
month. 994-8959
PEA RIDGE 2/2 in-
side completely re-
built. Total electric,
large private lot, wa-
ter furnished. Refer-
ences required. No
Pets. $475 a month
And $475 deposit.
994-8271.
412
Rooms For Rent
BEDROOMS FOR
rent. Downtown Mil-
ton, Glover Lane,
Everything included.
$100/wk. 850-449-
4070. Cable, Refrig-
erator, Color TV, Mi-
crowave, A/C, gar-
bage, parking in-
cluded. Clean.


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Homes
4743 WILDWOOD
DR. waterfront, 1
acre, 2 houses. Sale
by owner
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.
SLakefront. 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.
MILTON- 3 BR/2
BA, 1,000 s.'f. All
brick home, Lot size
130 x 305. Must
see. 850-261-9889
or Q1nACAOO-Q7 .


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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.
POOL! 3br/ 2 bath
in Milton on over 1/2
an acre. Townhouse
in Pensacola. 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
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.

FOR SALE-
Fenced, 4 acres +/-,
Deep well, septic
tank, zoned agricul-
ture. Partially wood-
ed and pasture. 4
miles from Milton
city limits. $16,500
per acre. For more
Information call
261-2741 or
623-6329.

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-
com or 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

CHARMING 48 x 28
2000 doublewide w/
3BR/2BA,. french
doors to, garden tub,
alLappliances & A/C
included. Very spa-
cious kitchen &
many upgrades! If
you see it, you'll
want it!! $29,900.
Must be moved.'
850-572-5139.
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/ iba and
land for sale. Nice
lot owner finance/
offer723-2532.
MOBILE HOME for
sale 16 70. Land
170-148 ft. 2 bd 2
bath. 983-4930.


512
Mobile Homes
MOBILE HOME &
Land for sale. awe-
some lot. 3Br/2Ba.
Ward Basin, large
shop, owner
finance/offer. Call
723-2532.
MOBILE HOME for
sale, in good shape
14'x52' a Brigg 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.


556
Homes



MIAMI WATER-
FRONT Pre-con-
struction 10% down,
2 year build out. GA
Coastal Waterfront
Pre-construction 1st
phase assignable/
GA Lots $6,900+,
RV lots $15k. Real-
tor/ (877)468-5687.

UNIQUE 6,000 sq,
ft. Lake Lanier
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325 ft on lake, ex-
quisite gardens, wa-
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ris, Savage RE,
(770)861-8525.
560
Land
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AREA- MOUNTAIN
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walk. Call (866)292-
5762.
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month, $250. dep.
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MILTON S.GAR-
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Clean 1BR/1BA wf
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Land
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 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
www.coastalcaroli-
nalifestyle.info.
COASTAL SOUTH-
EAST Georgia
Large wooded water
access, marsh view,
lake front, and golf
oriented homesites
from the mid $70's
Live oaks, pool, ten-
nis, golf. (877)266-
7376. www.cooper-
spoint.com.
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.
GEORGIA HOT
LOTS Starting at
$7,500+. Hot
Springs Village, Ar-
kansas. No Credit
Check. Owner Fi-
nanced, 20% down.
GA Coast & Miami
Waterfont Pre-Con-
struction. Realtor
(877)468-5687.


560
Land
INVESTMENT
LOTS $5,000 In-
creasing In value by
the month, on paved
roads with all utilities
FSBO (954)523-
8118.
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 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.
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 -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.
OWN A LAKE-
FRONT RETREAT
Private community
on the TN/KY bor-
der. Just 1-1/2 hours
to Nashville. Spec-
tacular views of
Lake Barkley. 1 to 6
acres from the $40s.
New to Market. Call
(866)339-4966


560
Land
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.

NORTH CAROLINA
Gated Lakefront
Community .5 acres
plus, 90 miles of
shoreline. Never
before offered with
%20 pre-develoment
discounts, %90
financing.
Call(800)709-5253
OWN A PRIVATE:
MOUNTAIN RE-
TREAT Spectacular
gated riverfront
mountain community
near Asheville, NC.
1-8 acre building
sites from the $60s.
Borders National
Forest. Community
lodge & river walk.
Call (866)292-5762.
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-
vestrnents.com
(877)BCI-5020.
PRECONSTRUC-
TION CONDOS and
Land opportunities.
IMMEDIATE SIX-
FIGURE EQUITY
units available.
(Florida, Georgia,
Mississippi, Texas,
Nevada)
www.beachclubin-
vestments.com
(877)BCI-5020 Fi-
nancing Options
www.allpointe.com
FREE NO Obligation
Financial Analysis.
TENNESSEE WA-
TERFRONT Sale!
2.4 Acre Waterfront
$9,900! Dockable
Building Lots from
$14,900! Cabin
Package $54,900.
Call Now! (866)770-
5263 Ext 8.


560
Land
SEASON CLOSE-
OUT SALE IN THE
TENNESSEE SMO-
KIES Gated Water-
front Community
Riverfront and
Mountain Views'
Available. Prices
Starting Low as
$46,900. Final
Phase Limited Lots
Call Nowl Ask about
our lot/ home pkg.
Buy Direct from the
Developer SAVE
THOUSANDS$$$$
(800)559-3095 ext
327
www.rivercrest.com.
SERENE MOUN-
TAIN Golf Homesite
$69,900. Breathtak-
ing views. Upscale
golf community set
amid Dye designed
18 hole course in
Carolina Mountains.
Near Asheville NC.
A sanctioned Golf
Digest Schools
teaching facility Ex-
cellent financing.
Call toll-free
(866)334-3253 x.
993 www.cherokee-
valleysc.com.
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.
TN WEEKEND RE-
TREAT ACREAGE:
New lake community,
close to Chattanoo-
ga & Knoxville. Lim-
ited number of pri-
vate boat slips.
Community lake ac-
cess and amenities.
1/2 + acres from
$40K. Call
(866)'292-5769.


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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-
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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-
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Gated Waterfront
Community River-
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Views Available, Pri-
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$46,900. Final
Phase Limited Lots
Call Nowl No Clos-
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From Developer
SAVE THOUSANDS
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Livestock Supplies

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

708
Pets
FREE TO good
home- puppies, 11
wks old, have 1st
shots, dewormed,
Lab mix 623-6602.


708
Pets
FOR SALE- Pom-
eranian puppies,
born 09/20/05. 2
Males, 1 female-
ready to go on
11/29/05. Accepting
deposits, will hold
until Christmas
w/deposit. All shots
to date and health
certificates. AKC
APRI registered. To
see or for more in-
formation, contact
Flora @ 623-5940
or
380-5999.
GIANT PLATED
Lizard for sale. Ac-
cessories Included.
Call 418-0942 for
more information.


Lost & Foun
PETS
LOST 9 month
white & black r
um hair dog look
a Springer Spa
Lost in vlcinit
Stewart St. Re'
offer. 626 644
516- 5445
LOST BEAGLE
East Milton
Right after De
near the end of
1 male, 1 fer
Please call with
information
2428 or 516-798
LOST MALE C
No tail, crean
white with gri
face and blu
eyes. 623-35

LOST YOUR P
Be sure to ci
Santa Rosa
Animal Conti
to report hin
missing and
be sure he's i
there waiting
on you to
pick him up
850-983-468

TWO DOGS fo
1 black lab, 1 go
lab, near Chum
Hwy in Pace. C
""1 994-2942


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


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DRESSES
o Worn last year.,
nedi- Not old
ledi- fashioned.
anlel. Sizes 8-10.
y of One purple
ward (never worn),
44 or one white, and
one teal. All
=S in three strapless.
area. 637-7044
ennis after 5pm.
July.
rale.
any 806
626- Appliances
B3.
FOR SALE- Maytag
,AT stackable washer &
ny dryer, large size, like
'ay new. $350.
e 995-8730
1 HONDA POWERED
Generators at every-
ET? day low prices
all Ready for Immediate
shipment. 3,000 kw
rol to 15,000 kw. Call
m (888)483-8722 or
to (877)807-8722. 24
not hours.
g 818
A! Lawn Equipment
30 FOR SALE- Murray
12.5 h.p., 38 in. cut
und, riding lawnmower
)lden w/dump cart. New,
iukla less than 20 hours
Call running time. $700.
z; '983-2779.


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Miscellaneous
For Sale
MMER STEEL
BUILDING CLEAR-
ANCE SALE All
*Sizes Must Go
25x20, 30x40,
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sizes available
FREE shipping if or-
1tdered by November
14th (800)878-1343.


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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.

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Lumber &
Hardware
SAWMILLS FRQM
only $2,795.00 Con-
vert your LOGS TO
VALUABLE LUM-
BER with your Nor-
wood portable band
sawmill. Log skid-
ders also available.
www,norwoodindus-
tries.com -Free in-
formction:
(800)578-1363 ext
300N.

830
Miscellaneous
For Sale
JOSEPH MCBROOM
1983 NISSAN king
cab for sale, runs
but needs transmis-
sion. 1986 trans-
mission for sale. 2
bathroom sinks (1)
16x191/2 (1) 17x
20 Pack and Play
for child, baby bath
seat, baby car seat.
623-4278.
1986 NISSAN Truck
transmission, 2
bathroom sinks 1).
16x191/2 2). 17 x
20, baby bath seat,
back pack for carry-
ing baby 6 months &
up, toddler car seat.
Call 623-4278.
1986 transmission
for sale. Pack and
Play for child, baby
bath seat, toddler
car seat, child back
pack carrier, baby
car seat. 623-4278.
6 3060 White 1/1'
Insulated windows.
Brand new. Never
installed. $500 obo.
572-1404.
6 SEATER Spa, 500
gl, lights up, 1 year
old. Has cover. 291-
4141. $4,000.


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Call us last, Save Money
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626-8578

89' CHEV Conver-
sion van, depend.
trans., great camper
$1,500. Fridgerator-
Freezer upright-
good condition.
$150. OBO 994-
3515.
3-WEEK BUILDING
SALE "Last
Chancel" 20x26
Now $3995. 25x30
$5700. 30x40
$8300. 40x60
$12,900. Others.-
Meets 140 M.P.H.
Higher d 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-
tions. Will pick up.
983-8042.
,PAY CASH for junk
cars or trucks. Run-
ning or not. Call
983-9527


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&,.(J JEEP COMMANDER LIMWED. n06 DODGE STRATUS SXT ,eV06 DODGE DURANGO SXT '46 DODGE DAKOTA QUAD CAB


#6003


SLT Package, 6 Cylinder!
20,99,5
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THANKSGIVING WEEKEND PRE-OWNED SPECIALS


'03 PONITCBONNEVllE SE
Power Package!
'04 MERCURY GRAND MARUIS IS
Leather, Loaded!
'05 DODGE DURANGO SIT
CERTIFIED, 13KMiles!
'05 CHRYSLER PT CRUISER
CERTIFIED, Touring Ediion, 10K Miles!
'05 CHRYSER SEBRING
CERRED, Aulomd,PMW,P/L, PowersSeat, QD,11K Miles!


'03 TOYOTARA4
Good MPG, Power Package!
'03 MITSUBISHI ECLIPSE GTS
Leather, Sunroof!
'05 CHRYSER300
CERTIFIED, Cool Vanilla, 12K Miles!


$10,375
15,495
119,995


$14,995
$13,995
$15,495


t12,995
22,995


'04 DODGE RA 1500 SLT
CERTIFIED, Only 21K Miles!
'04 DODGE AM 1500 QUAD CAB SIT
CERTIFIED 20" Wheels 26K Miles!
'05 DONDESTRi USSXT
CERTIFIED, 9K Miles, Power Package!
'05 CHRYSLER SEBRING CONVERTIBLE
CERTIFIED, Leather, 14K Miles!
'01 DODGE INTREPIDSE
Only46K Miles!
'03 CHRYSLER VOYAGER
CERTIFIED, 4 Cylinder, Only 29K Miles!
'05 DODGEGRAND CARAVAN SE
CERTIFIED, REAR NC, Loaded, Low Miles!
'04 CHRYSLER SEBRING CONV,
CERTIFIED, GTC Package!


16 995 '04JEEPRANGLERSPORT
I I)6995 CERTIFIED, 6 Cylinder, 5 Speed,NC!
191 8001 'OSJEEPGRAND CHEROKEE
I U|OV CERTIFIED, Only16K Miles! .
1 3995 '04 JEEPOGRAND CHEROKEE
I 4,9 3 CERTIFIED, Sunroof, 21KMiles!
$6 995 '05 DODGECalRAVANSIt
IVlV| CERTIFIED, Quad Seats, 15KMiles!


,$7,995,
$11,395


$17,995
$13,995


'01 MAZDAMPV
Only30K Miles, Rear NC!
'02 CHRYSLER CONCORDE LT
CERTIFIED, Leather, Sunroof!
'05 DODGEsTRATUS SIT
CERTIFIED, Nice Car!
'05 DODcGENEONSXT
CERTIFIED, Gas Saver!


$16,900
$20,495
$18,995
$15,995
1 11,995
$13,495
$13,995
$10,995


ILTON DODGE 623s6866
CHRYSLER JEEP swy
"For The Lowest Prices, And Absolute Best In Customer Care!" M mcom nt io


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*Prices are after all rebates. **No trade allowances to be Included. Straight purchases only. Customer must have signed buyer's order with no trade In Involved. Failure of the competing dealer to cooperate nullifies the guarantee. Good A
on In stock vehicles only. Dealer retains the right to make offer subject to buying vehicle from other dealer at buyer a order price. Pictures are for Illustration purposes only. Dealer not responsible for typographical errors. All vehicles g
subject to prior sale. Plus tax, tag, & fees on all vehicles. Plus $249 pre-dellvery service charge on all vehicles. W.A.C. These prices end on Monday, November 28, 2005. Jeep Is a register trademark ofDalmlerChrysler Corporation.


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