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Title: The Santa Rosa press gazette
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Place of Publication: Milton Fla
Creation Date: December 28, 2005
Publication Date: 1984-
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        A 9
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        A 11
        A 12
    Section B: Sports
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WEDNESDAY

December 21, 2005


INSIDE Making 10,000 homes happen:

SLeaders say Atlanta firm has long way to go before development passes


By DEBORAH NELSON
Press Gazette Staff Writer


News of a proposed 10,000
home subdivision in Pace has
some area residents wonder-
ing...is Santa Rosa heading
toward a Pensacola-style sprawl
invasion? *
But recent changes to


Florida's Growth Management
law could ultimately impact
whether the project, and others
like it, happen at all.
Although it's still just in the
concept phase, the Atlanta-
based Eagle Group's proposed
2,000+ acre Arcadia Mills proj-'
ect is. raising questions on
whether the area has enough


infrastructure (like roads and
schools) to support it.
And if not, who's going to
pay for them?
Spurred by out-of-control
growth in south Florida, this
year's new Growth
Management legislation tackles
those very questions... right in
the pocketbook.


According to the new
statute, local governments may
no longer approve new growth
until funding is available and
set aside to pay for associated
public infrastructure.
"If the money's not in
place, we can't approve it,"
Commissioner Tom Stewart
affirms.


Milton defeated number-four-
ranked Tallahassee Ricards in
the final game of the Santa Rosa
County Shootout.
See SPORTS, Page 1B.


NEWS


VIEWS

Q nWhat is your New Year's res-
olution?


ANA
BIRCHFIELD
"To go back
and visit my
-- family jr in the
Phillipines."


United Way Campaign Head Rebekah Frenkel flips through some of the 300 coats donated to the agency's winter coats for the needy
effort. Frenkel says the public can continue to donate coats to the effort through the end of December. While new coats are hoped
for, officials say they will also accept used coats if they are in "good condition."


Press Gazette photo by Bill Gamblin


United Way warming hearts, bodies


B3 JEFF EVERTS
Press Gazette Staff Writer


JOHN HENRY
HARVEY
"Drink more
beer."


LINDA
MICHEL
"To get more
physically fit.
I've had
knee surgery,
and it's been
an ongoing
thing."


Some people have the
luxury of dressing warmly
during the winter months.
Others. are not as fortu-


. nate and must rely on the chari-
ty of others to have something
as simple as a warm winter
. coat.
The United Way is asking
those who can help, to donate,
winter coats so the agency can


I t .


In another effort of, the United way, Rebekah Frendel looks
through some of the toys donated for children seriously affected
by the area's recent hurricanes.
Press Gazette photo by Bill Gamblin


distribute them to the needy in
Santa Rosa County this winter.
The United \\ai is accept-
ing coat donations at a variety
of locations throughout the
county including Woodbine
Cleaners, Milton Cleaners, St.
Anne's Church in Gulf Breeze,
the Gulf Breeze Chamber of
Commerce, Santa Rosa
Chamber of Commerce in
Milton, Navarre United
Methodist Church, and the
United Way office in Milton.
The United Way asks the
jackets be either new or, if used,
in goodcondition.
So far, campaign head
Rebekah Frenkel estimates the
agency has received about 300
coats and has distributed 75 to
100. Members will continue
accepting donations through the
end of December.
Wishes For Kids
The United Way of Santa
Rosa County has also teamed
with CBS Television and,


Walmart.com in a cam-
paign called ."Wishes For
Kids" which gives toys to
needy children who have
been seriously affected by
the recent hurricanes.
The agency has
received about 400 toys
through the program and is
distributing them through
the various agencies they
work with including
Interfaith Ministries and the
Children's Service Center.
So far, Frenkel esti-
mates they have assisted 70
children with the program.
Needy families who
wish to receive toys for
children's Christmas pres-
ents may contact Frenkel at
the United Way office at
623-4507.
However, they will
need to be able to demon-
strate family hardship
because'of Hurricanes Ivan,
Dennis, or Katrina.


It's too soon to gauge
Arcadia Mills' infrastructure
impact, say officials, because
The Eagle Group has not sub-
mitted any specifics.
Stewart speculates the pro-
ject's impact on roadways will
be lower if buyers tend to be
retirees.
See HOMES, Page 5A.


Little


debate


in area

I Santa Rosa mer-
chants siding with
'Merry Christmas'


By JEFF EVERTS
Press Gazette Staff Writer
Has the debate regarding
the phrases "Happy Holidays"
versus "Merry Christmas" put a
damper on your holiday spirit
this season?
In a debate which has seen
millions across the country
mount campaigns against retail-
ers and place signs at churches
andalong roadsides, the ".IL;
Christmas" camp _eeii, to be
holding ground.
Major retailers such as Wal-
Mart, K-Mart, and Target have
been quickly changing signage
and instructing employees to
'say Merry Christmas.
This, in the face of cam-
paigns from religious and citi-
zens groups to as they say, "put
Christ back in Christima'" as
opposed to tr3 ing to be politi-
cally correct.
In addition, Target is under
fire from various groups for not
allowing. Salvation Army bell
ringers at its stores, taking away
another 'of the traditional
"',ihts and sournids" of the
Christmas season.
Target is now offering a
link on its website for cus-
tomers to make donations to the
charity, hower er. .
Many buLineries have been
using the term "Happ5
Holidays" in the hope of
including all ethnic groups in
the greeting such as the Jewish
Hanukkah and African-
American Kwanza celebrations.
U.S. President George W.
Bush is even under fire for
using the generic "Season's
Greetings" on White House
Christmas cards this year.
Some have questioned how
retailers would justify having
an "After Christmas Sale" if
See CHRISTMAS, Pg. 6A.


Former Press Gazette editor, Somerby, dead at 87


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By OBIE CRAIN
PG Special Projects Writer
Charles I. Somerby, Jr.,
remembered by his, friends,
peers, and professional associ-
ates as one of the area's most
unique and talented journalists,
has died at the age of 87.
Those who knew him per-
sonally and worked with him
professionally are quick to
acknowledge his expertise in
administrative affairs and his
ability to ferret out and report
the news from the, "trenches" in
a straightforward and unbiased
fashion
I remember Charlie, a casu-
al title that I feel I've earned the
right to use as a result of our
professional relationship, as a
serious, no-nonsense, disci-
plined person as well as a no-
frills writer and authoritative
editor.


He was not a "chummy"
person in the sense of not being
over friendly and gregarious. To
me, he was far more intellectu-
al than emotional. In a recent
conversation with his wife
Doris, I learned what may have
been the key to his stand-offish-
ness.
"He was a cryptologist in
the military," she told me, "and
the nature of his work may have
contributed to what many might
have considered a lack of
friendliness. He was trained in
secretiveness, and as a result I
think he was always afraid that
he might share too much of
whatever he was doing, which
certainly had a bearing on his
reserved nature."
But. I do know ,he was a
well-edlucated, informed indi-
vidual who had a great deal of
respect for his profession. We
shared the philosophy that, as
A '


journalists, our jobs were to
report the news, not make it,
and his accomplishments most,
often achieved without fanfare.
I also recollect that he was a


gentle man, considerate, help-
ful, energetic, and thorough,
with a passion for truth and
accuracy. His accomplishments
as editor of the Sanford Herald,


Pensacola News, Santa 'Rosa
Press Gazette, and founder of
the Gulf Breeze Sentinel have
established him as a pioneer in
See SOMERBY, Page 6A.


It's been 15 'months since Hurricane Ivan hit Santa Rosa, yet there are stW some homes where little if
anything has been done to recover. Santa Rosa County officials are poised to.do something about those
who are lagging. See story on Page 3A,


ANDREE
MICHEL
"To better
ny finances
to get a
car."


LINDEN
BIRCHFIELD
"Try to quit
smoking."


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Sheriff's Report


Pec. 7 to Dec. 14, 2005
Gonzalez, Enrique
Alfonso; Male; 34; 75 Brenda
Lane, Mary Esther, FL; Larc-
Theft is $300 or More But Less
Than $5,000, Larc-Petit Ist Off,
Forgery of Alter Public Record
Certificates Etc (19 cts.), Fraud-
Utter False Instrument (19 cts.),
Fraud-Insuff Funds Check-Stop
Pay Wit Defraud $150 or More


(3 cts.). 12/7/05
Lenzo, Jay Paul; Male; 31;


7830 Tippin Ave.,
FL; Lewd Lasc
Molest Vic Less
Offender 18 YOA
12/7/05


Pensacola,
Behavior-
12 YOA
or Older.


Merricks, Michael
Tremayne; Male; 22; 5355
Stakley Ln, Milton, FL; Drive
While License Susp Habitual i


Season's'Greetings
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Share the Glory of this very special season!
We're happy to extend our thanks,


for doing business with us.,
The Wiscaver Family and employees of
GENERAL RENTAL
4837 Glover Lane, Milton
623-0797 I


Offender, Resist Officer
Obstruct WO Violence. 12/7/05
Steele, Mark Victor; Male;
45; 10225 Lake Rd., Milton,
FL; Probation Violation-Felony.
12/7/05
Yick, Thomas Andrew;
Male; 19; Homeless, Probati6n
Violation-Felony. 12/7/05
.Arnold, Walter Wayne;
Male; 30; 10 Hancock Lane,
Pensacola, FL; Larc-Grand
Theft .$5,000 or More Less
Than $10,000. 12/7/05 :v
'King, Bobbie Jean; Male;
55; 7324 Tiki Lane, Milton, FL;
Posses.s Cocaine, Marijuana-
Possess Not More Than, 20
Grams, Narcotic Equip-Possess
And or Use. 12/6/05
Rollo, Tammy Charlene;
,,Female; 41; 7324 Tiki Ln,
Milton, FL; Possess Cocaine,
Marijuana Possess Not More
Than 20 Grams, Narcotic
Equip-Possess And or Use.
12/6/05
Carle, Kit E; Male; 50; 37
MNethodist Ave., Ft. Walton, FL;
Fraud-Impersonate -O obtain
Property: By. 12/8/05
ange.0, Shirley Lyin;
Female: 44;,, 1449 Warniers
Way, Blairsville, GA; Probation
Violation-Felony. 12/9/05 .
Etheridg, Jason Lawson;
Male: 34; 1100Q Monticito


NOTICE OF PUBLIC MEETING
,A.tmeeting of the Santa Rosa County Board of AdjustmentI will be held on :
January 5, 2006 at 5:30 pm at the Santa Rosa County Administrative Complex,
in the Commisioners Boardroom located at 6495 Caroline Street, 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
hours (M-F 7:30-4:30) at our office located at 6051 Old Bagdad Hwy., Milton,
FL. The agenda is available on the Planning and Zoning page of the County's
Website-at www.cousanta-rosa.fl.us. .

If you ha e any questions regarding this nieeting, please call the Santa Rosa
County Community Planning, Zoning, and Development Division at
(850) 981-7075 or (850) 939-1259.


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Sheriff's Report


Blvd., Milton, FL; Drive on
Permanently Revoked Driver
License, Aggrav Asslt w/deadly
weapon w/o intent to kill.
12/11/05,
Gismondl, Douglas
Stephen; Male; 39; 185 Mount.
Herman Rd, Statesville, NC;
Larc-20K Dollars Less Than
100K Dollars, Stolen Prop-
Deal In-Organized. 12/9/05
Johnson, Margaret Louise;
Female; 54; 5680 Byrom St.,
Milton, FL; Possess Cocaine,
Possess Marijuana Over 20
Grams, Narcotic Equip-Possess
And or Use. 12/9/05
Kelser, Dereck Michael;
Male; 24; 2509 Andorra ST.,
Navarre, FL; Probation
Violation-Felony. 12/9/05
Locke, Daryl Ray; Male;
49;. 4471 Radio Rd., Milton,
FL; Sex Asslt By 18 YOA Older
Sex Battery Vict Under 12
YOA, Lewd Lascv Behavior-
Molest Vic Less 12 YOA
Offender 18 YOA or Older (2
cts.), Lewd Lasc Behavior
Exhibit by Person 18 YOA
Older Vict Less 16 YOA.
12/9/05
Nichols, Christopher
Nelson; Male; 26; 6733 Betty
Ln, Navarre, FL; Probation
Violation-Felony.' 12/9/05
Norwood, Jennifer Lynn;
Female; 37; 5433 Wiley Scott
Rd., Jay, FL; Probation
Viola~tion-Felony. 12/10/05
Scruggs, Richard Lee;
Male; 50; 5300 Tango Lane,
Milton, FL; Aggrav Battery-
Person Uses a Deadly Weapon
(domestic violence). 12/10/05
Douglas, Jayson Ryan;
Male; 26; 6490 Berryhill Rd.,
Milton, FL; Obscene
Communication-Compile Enter
Etc Computer Porno Re Minor
(20 cts.) 12/9/05
Dowell, Rube Allen; Male;
35; 140 Scranton St., Ft. Walton
Beach, FL; Fraud-Insuff Funds
Check-Obtain Goods Services
$150 or More (2 cts.) 12/9/05
Gammage Jr. Jimmie
Frank; Male; 33; 402 Carney
St., Milton, FL; Battery-Touch
or Strike (domestic violence),
Obstructing Justice-Intimidate
Threaten Etc Vict Witness.
Informant. 12/9/05


Keysar, Kimberly Ann;
Female; 22; 11335 Munson
Hwy., Milton, FL; Burglary of
Structure Conveyance Unarmed
W.O Person Inside, Larc-Petit
1st Offense. 12/9/05
McQueen Jr., Michael;
Male; 32; 6492 GaynellAve.,
Milton, FL; Cocaine-Possess
W/Intent to Sell Mfg Deliv Etc
Schedule II, Possess Cocaine,
Marijuana Possess Not More
Than 20 Grams, Narcotic
Equip-Possess Manufacture
Deliver. 12/9/05
Mynat. Christopher
Eugene; Male; 42; 3188 Damon
Dr.,,Pace, FL; Hit & Run-Fail to
Stop Remain at Crash Involve
Injury, Marijuana Possess Not
More Than 20 Grams, Narcotic
Equip-Possess And or Use.
12/10/05
Peavy, Jr., Kevin Andrew;
Male; 22; 1060 York St.,
Bellingham, WA; Probation
Violation-Felony, Vehicular
Theft-Grand 3rd Degree.
12/11/05
Austin, Timothy Scott;
Male; :28; 7218 Jackson St.,
Pensacola, FL; DUI. 12/10/05
Goodman. Charles
Richard; Male; 53; 9351
Vandivire Dr., Navarre, FL,
DUI Alcohol or Drugs 2nd
Offense. 12/10/05
3y1ttl, Shayne Edward;
Male; 24; 7104 Sung Waters
Road, Navarre, FL; DUI
Alcohol or Drugs, DUI and
Damage Property. 12/10/05
Nowlin, Clinton Dwayne;
Male; 18; 8001 Fair Grounds
Rd., Molino, FL. 12/10/05
Orozco, Omar M; Male;
23; 8392 Punjob Rd., Milton,
FL; DUI. 12/11/05
.James. Jr. Arthur Dennis;
Male; 47; 300 Bayou Blvd.,
Pensacola, FL; Probation
Violation-Felony. 12/12/05.
Pida, Barbara Ellen;
Female; 40; 5525
Hummingbird Ct., Gulf Breeze,
FL; Failure to Appear for
Felony Offense. 12/12/05
Dy.n, Joseph Bernard;
Male;- 35; 5424 Avenida
DeGblf, Pace,.. FL; DUI.
12/12/05
Young, Robert Lee; Male;
27; 6493 Renee Circle, Milton,
FL; Lewd Lascv Behavior-


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Molest Vic Less 12 YOA-
Offender 18 YOA or Older,.
12/12/05
Hall, Edward Arnold,;
Male; 27; 9076 East River Dr.;'
Navarre, FL; Probation'
Violation-Felony. 12/12/05
Benefield, Keith; Male; 43;
6005 Bynum Leatherwood,
Anniston, AL; Probation'
Violation-Felony. 12/13/05 ...
Gold, James David; Male;
1579 Lakeland Ave., Atlanta,,
GA; Probation Violation-
Felony. 12/13/05
Gordon, Jamie William,'
Male; 25; 711 Underwood Ave,
Pensacola, FL; Failure to
Appear for Felony Offense.
12/13/05 -.
Hall, Darrell James; Male;
38; 120 Cyril Drive, Pace, FL;.
Failure to Appear for Felon-y
Offense. 12/13/05
Smith, Andy Dewayne:
Male; 40; 2270 Jordan Road,,
Dothan, AL; Drive While
License Suspended Habitual
Offender. 12/13/05
Tirman, Bobby Wayne:
Male; 31; 2037 Reserve Blvd..
Navarre, FL; Failure to Appear'
For Felony Offense. 12/13/05 "
Fischer, Allison Renee?.
Female; 19; 2326'
Crescentwood Rd., Na' arre.
FL; Probation Violation-Felony.
12/14/05
Marshall, Curtis Leon;
Male; 27; 710 Scenic Hwy.,
Pensacola, FL; Vehicular Theft-
Grand 3rd Degree. 12/14/05 ,
Matheny, Theresa Baker;
Female; 29; 368 McKenzie Rd.;,'
Cantonment, FL; Probation-i
Violation-Felony. 12/14/05 .';
Medford V, John Marvin;
Male; 22; 4720 Nolan St., FP,.
Worth, TX. Possess MarijuanAc
Over 20 Grams, Narcotidc'
Equip-Possess' And or Use.
12/14/05.
Lenzo, Jay Paul; Male; 31;
7830 Tippin Ave., Pensacola,
FL; Sex Asslt By Custodian Sdex:
Batt Victim 12 YOA Under 18,
YOA, Lewd Lascv Behavioir
Molest Victim Less 12 YOA.
Offender 18'YOA or Older,"
Lewd Lasc Behavior-Conduict,
By Person 18 YOA or Older.
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Local


County to crack down on still-damaged homes


By'JEFF EVERTS
r'!ps Gazette Staff Writer
After 15 months, most of
he residents of Santa Rosa
.o.nty have put the damages
pinm repairs related to Hurricane
..van behind them.
J ..However, there are some in
b hecounty who have, for one
reason or another, not done any
'Jwodk to repair the damage to
trees and homes which Ivan
inllcited.
1'Some have even abandoned
. .' t ''i


homes and commercial build-
ings altogether instead of bring-
ing them back up to code or
fighting with insurance compa-
nies.
Santa Rosa County code
enforcement officials estimate
there are some 300 buildings in
the county that fall into this cat-
egory.
And, just because you
haven't heard, from the code
enforcement department recent-
ly doesn't mean they have for-
gotten. about you or your prop-


erty.
The department will be
submitting a list of properties to
the Board of County
Commissioners at its first meet-
ing in January asking for abate-
ment.
Abatement allows the coun-
ty to either make repairs or raze
the structure clearing the
site, before auctioning the prop-
erty' to pay for the costs of
repairs or destruction.
The unkempt properties are'
leaving neighbors, subdivi-


Law arrests two for selling medications


By JEFF EVERTS
Pres Gazette Staff Writer
,A quiet Thursday afternoon
in a Milton neighborhood was
in trrupted by a siege of Santa
Rosa Sheriff's Deputies.
'That's when Officers from
th 'department's Narcotics and
S.W.A.T. units converged on a
'Stranger in


IM/anger' set

at St. Rose
The children of St. Rose of
Limia Catholic Church .in
Milton will be presenting a
Cttristmas Pageant titled
S"Stranger in the Manger."
'"iThe play will take place on
Saturday at 4 p.m. at the church
Located on Park Avenue in
Milton.
.n,Stranger in the Manger
takes a musical look at the birth
of. Jesus and features children
ranging in age from four to 18,
including a seven-year old play-
ing Mary and a four-year old
playing Joseph.
d .The production lasts
approximately one hour and
features both songs and dia-
logue.
"..What a great opportunity
i t put Jesus back in your life,"
sa'" Youth 'Directdr Crystal
,ilirnnez.
',id thisca'sse, it's"o6l little
ones who will be bringing peo-
ple closer to Christ during this
holiday season."


. 6330 Park Avenue home to
serve a search warrant.
Officers suspected the
owner of the home, El-Amin
Sabree had been illegally sell-
ing prescription medications
from his home.
During the execution of the
search warrant, deputies say
they found almost 275 prescrip-
tion pills including drugs such
as Loratab, Methadone,
Oxycontin, and Dilaudid. '
The pills were discovered
throughout the home in various
containers as well as on two
occupants of the home.
Deputies arrested Sabree


for trafficking in Oxycodone'
and Hydrocodone and posses-
sion of a controlled substance
without a prescription.
They also arrested Mathew
G. Lewis, Navarre, for traffick-
ing in Oxycodone. The man
also received an additional four
counts of possession of a con-
trolled substance without a pre-
scription.
Sabree and Lewis were
booked into the Santa Rosa
County Jail to await arraign-
ment.
Story written by Jeff
Everts. Reach 'him at:
jeverts@srpressgazette.com


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sions, and communities in an
uproar over declining property
values due to what they term
the unsightliness and potential
health hazards.
They sight a laundry list of
items from dilapidated and
unsafe structures to black mold
and biohazard concerns as well
as rodent and snake infesta-
tions.
County officials say they
are listening to citizens' con-
cerns but stress, with only one
employee in the code enforce-
ment office, it takes time to
address the concerns on every
piece of property.
If the abatements are
approved, landowners will be
receiving correspondence from
the code enforcement office
advising them on what proce-
dures will be applied to their
property.


Adverllsement
Homeowners with
money worries may qualify

for low-interest loans


Iave you been turned down
fora loan? Doyou need more
than $10,000 for acy reason?
Are you paying more than
7% interest on any other loans
orcreditcards?
If you are a homeowner
and answered "yes to any of
these questions, they can
tell you over the phone and
without obligation if you
qualify.
I1 creditcad det? Less-
than-perfect credit? Self
employed? Late house pay-
ments? Financial problems?


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EDITORIAL & OPINIONS


Careful with wishes
It seems that everywhere we go in Santa Rosa
County, there is a new subdivision cropping up.
And recent news of the proposed creation of a
"new town" that will include nearly 10,000 homes
and more is overwhelming to even county plan-
ners.
We would think that such a planned develop-
ment-slated to be fully built within the next
decade just north of Pace-would have many
expressing excitement, but in reality, the massive
challenges it will bring to our county are almost
frightening.
We've been told that a major Atlanta-based
development company has targeted our county for
what they say is one of the largest of its kind in the
Florida Panhandle. We're told it will be a self-con-
tained community that will include championship
golf courses, an industrial area, shopping centers
and several different housing types.;
There is no doubt this is big, so massive in fact
that even before the nearly 3,000 acres can be
developed, major infrastructure changes must be
made to accommodate the project.
We find it somewhat amusing that while our
county is already having some very serious prob-
lems dealing with the influx of newcomers, we
find ourselves wrestling with the questions associ-
ated with just one specific project.
How will our elected officials deal with the
need to widen, expand'and add new roads? What
about new schools to accommodate the children of
those wanting to live within this "new town"? ,
We're talking about thousands of newcomers
flooding an area of our county that can't handle the
growth it is already experiencing.
We're talking about the need for the major
expansion of Berryhill Road, Chumuckla Highway
and Woodbine Road. What about the need for
alternative roads that must be built before this
"new town" is built?
The -questions to this project are almost, end-
less.
In all honesty, until our elected officials begin
to deal with the existing problems that plague this
and other areas of our county, we can only wonder
if we can accommodate such a development.
And from the mindset of many Pace residents,
news of this massive development is anything but
positive based on the present needs of the area that
have yet to be addressed.
We certainly recognize that growth can't'be
stopped, but we also know that the powers-to-be
within our county government must begin to deal
with it now.
More and more residents are growing tired of
listening to all the plans and proposed projects to
deal with congested highways and other growth
related problems. And, we believe, these very
same residents may oppose this "new town" proj-
ect if something isn't done to fix the problems we
already have.
This project is enough to get anyone excited.
Such a "planned" development will not only create
lots of bodies, but it will create a place for them to
shop-keeping their tax dollars here. This is the
very thing we've been looking for.
But to compound existing growth-related
problems with a project such as this new develop-
ment without dealing with current issues will be a
disaster.
We guess it is true: be careful what you wish.
for...
...You just might get it.


DECEMBER 21. 2005


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A betrayal -of

By WALTER WILLIAMS
Special to the Santa Rosa Press Gazette


Last month, when Rosa Parks was laid to rest in
Detroit, her eulogy contained well-deserved praise for
her brave defiance of segregation laws that led to the
1955 Montgomery, Ala., bus
boycott and later the 1956
Supreme Court ruling that
bahned public transportation seg-
regation. The paving and
remembrance of her generauon
of blacks, who made sacrifices to
deliver today's oppontunines. -
might also be an occa,.ion for
condemnation of \\ hat's no less
than a gross betrayal of that gen-
eration's struggle.
Having lived just about one-
third of our nation's existence, I WALTER
know, as well as experienced, the WILLIAMS
uglier parts of our history.
During the '30s, '40s and '50s, civil rights progress
meant yearly black lynchings were down to single
digits, as opposed to 50 or more in previous decades.
In 1954,, when I graduated from Philadelphia's
Benjamin Franklin High School, rare was the oppor-
tunity for a black student to go off to college. While'
segregation was mostly in the South, it nonetheless
existed in northern cities. There were entire
Philadelphia neighborhoods where, regardless of
socioeconomic status, blacks could not rent or buy.
There were busifiess establishments, including movie
theaters and restaurants, where black patronage was
not welcomed.
While not every vestige of racial discrimination
has been eliminated, it is nowhere near the barrier it
was yesteryear, but you'd think discrimination is
everywhere listening to some of today's black politi-
cians and civil rights leaders. One wonders what those
blacks, who lived during the era of gross discrimina-
tion and are now deceased, would think about so
much of today's behavior, rhetoric and excuses.
What would they think about black neighbor-.
hoods, once thriving economic centers that have been
turned into economic wastelands by a level of crimi-
nal actit iir previously unknown? During my youth,
walking through some of Philadelphia's predominant-
ly white neighborhoods, one felt a sense of relief as


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Volunteer Center would like to thank everyone who
contributed to fill Christmas Stockings for the men
and women of the 842nd Signal Company. We would
like to thank all the residents of Santa Rosa County
and Escambia County and a special thanks to Ernie
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the struggle...
we approached a black neighborhood. Today, it might
be the other way around. What would they think
about predominantly black schools where violence
and intimidation are, the order of the day, with police
cars outside and metal detectors, inside? What would
they think about black students who seek academic
excellence being mocked, intimidated and assaulted
by their peers for "acting white"?
By any assessment, black Americans have made
the greatest progress, over some of the highest hur-
dles and in the shortest span of time than any other
racial group in the history of mankind. If one added
.the earnings of black Americans and thought of us as
a nation, we'd be the 14th richest nation. Black
Americans have held some of the nation's highest
positions, such as secretaries of State, Housing and
Urban Development, Health and Human Services and
Education; chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff; and
mayors of some of our largest cities. Blacks are some
of the world's most famous personalities, arid a few
blacks rank among the world's richest people. In
1865, neither.a slave nor a slave owner would have
believed these gains possible in a little over a century,
if ever. As such, it not only speaks well of the deter-
mination and intestinal fortitude of a people, but also
of a nation in which such gains were possible.
For a large segment, of the black community,
these gains reftidin elusive. The gains will remain elu-
sive so. long as black civil rights and political leader-
ship'blame and focus their energies on discrimination.
While discrimination exists, the relevant question is
how much of what we see can be explained by it. A
70 percent illegitimacy rate, 60 percent of black chil-
dren raised in female-headed households, high crime
and poor school performance have devastating conse-
quences. This level of pathology cannot be attributed
to discrimination, considering that much of it was
absent in earlier times when there was far more dis-
crimination, greater poverty and fewer opportunities.
It's time that black people hold fellow blacks
accountable for squandering opportunities won at a
high cost by our ancestors. Failing to do so makes all
blacks complicit in the betrayal.
Walter E. Williams is a professor of economics at
George Mason University. To find out more about
Walter E. Williams and read features by other
Creators Syndicate writers and cartoonists, visit the
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and Mckenzie Motors, Hwy 90, Milton and The
Mount Pilgrim African Baptist Church, for their gen-
erous contributions. The stockings were sent, to our
local heroes to share a piece of home with them and
to let them know that they are never far from the heart.

All of our prayers and thoughts are with all our
troops, deployed in Iraq and Afghanistan. We extend
a huge thank you to all who responded with the gen-
erous donations for our men and women whom we
keep in our hearts and prayers. We wish everyone a
safe Holiday Season.


You Spoke Out,

Santa Rosa...
Sunday, 1:48 p.m.
Good afternoon, this is Dee.
What is it with you people that
smoke. You keep throwing your
cigarettes out your car window.
Littering is littering. Every place I
go, I keep seeing people throwing
cigarette butts out the window. I
would gladly pick up butts for
one-cent a piece. I'd make lots of
money. Please, if you must
smoke, keep your butts in the car.

Saturday, 2:01 p.m.
This is Steve. On the old
house behind the old L&N Depot.
If no one is going to repair it, we
need to give it to the railroad
museum. It's going to rot if some-
one doesn't do something about
it.

Thursday, 7:26 p.m.
This is Jenny. I have been a
Milton resident my whole life.
I've seen this town have a lot of
issues with the wet/dry issue. It
seems there are a lot of other
problems with going wet and they
seem to be tied to drugs. I don't
, think we need. to worry too much
about the alcohol, we need to con-
centrate on the drug use problem.

Thursday, 7:32 a.m.
I would like to bring up the
issue of a county park in the north
end of. Santa Rosa County in the
Whiting Field area. There is no
park in that area for kids to play.
Roundup Valley has a nice place,
but it is only an empty field.
Please, commissioners, look into
this.
Thursday, 6:15 a.m.
I am both excited and terrified
at the idea of the new "town" pro-
posed for the Pace/Chumuckla
area. It seems like the type of
development we've wanted for
some time, but are we going to be
able to rise to this challenge?
Developments such as this can
lead to our own mall...something
we've all said we've wanted for
some time. But where will we get
the funds to build the roads we
need to allow such a development
to take place. I hope the leaders
we've chosen are up to the chal-
lenge the next year will bring.


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I They're more likely to use
development roadways than
working couples commuting to
j 'ensacola.
^ Arcadia Mills will require a
series of rezonings, permits,
and other approvals, before
groundbreaking.
"We do not have one iota of
documentation requesting any-
thing," Stewart points out.
"...We're a long way from
''approving anything for the
Eagle Group."
Nevertheless, approval for
it, and other growth, will ulti-
mately depend on what's in the
county's wallet-per new state
law.
Stewart says he expects the
project to seek approvals in
piecemeal parcels, rather than
all at once.
That would make it easier
to build the project out in phas-
es, over time.
Eagle Group officials have
reportedly cited an eight-year
build out period for the whole
..-project.
r, In the meantime, where's
ithe money for new growth like
'the Arcadia Mills project going
to come from?
Earlier this month, Santa
'Rosa Commissioners estab-
xlished impact fees to help pay
for growth.
The fees charge new devel-
. opment for part of its costs.
Area developers and the
local Florida Home Builder's
, Association chapter had previ-
. ously objected to impact fee
implementation.
L. The new ordinance allows
-subdivision developers like the
'.Eagle Group to spread fee pay-
ments out over seven years.
Or, if properties sell before
that time, pass them on to
! homebuyers and builders.
Officials hope establishing
:.-impact fees will inspire voters
I to approve a one-cent sales tax


next year.
Officials say impact fees
alone can't pay for growth.
If the sales tax doesn't pass,
growth could stall.
"I'm going to be real reluc-
tant to approve it if there's not a
sales tax approved to help [pay
for it]," notes Commission
Chair Bob Cole.
"We've got to get things in
. place before we can continue to
grow at this pace. I'm not
against growth, but we've got to
be growth-smart."
S "We must get the sales tax
in place," says Stewart. "If we
don't, we're going to have a real
problem with [new] building in
Santa Rosa County."
What if it doesn't pass?
A halt in growth is a real
'possibility, say officials, that's
looming ever closer.,
The county is near "concur-
rency" (development capacity)
limits on area" roadways
already, Stewart notes.
"If that happens, it's good-
bye growth," he observes.
Planning Director Beckie
Faulkenberry notes that funding
issues likely wouldn't affect
approval for the Arcadia Mills
project.
It could, however, impact
growth along Avalon Blvd.
That roadway is currently
rated at service level "D."
The Avalon peninsula itself
hosts an un-inventoried number
of wetlands, mostly "isolated."
If a parcel involves less
than 10 acres, isolated wetlands
may be dredged and filled with
minimal permitting in
Northwest Florida. The
prospect has many experts con-
cerned that flooding and other
storm-related damage could
worsen as the natural barriers
disappear with development.
Stewart predicts that if
funding falls short, and law
requires that Santa Rosa's
growth slow, the area's econo-


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Dr. Neal was born in Milton, Florida and practiced
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out of state. with his family. In 1985 he earned his
undergraduate degree from the University of West
Florida in Chemistry, and Biology. In 1990 he
earned his medical degree from the University of
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my will take a hit.
"Half, if not 60 percent of
the people in Santa Rosa
County will call themselves
unemployed within a few
weeks," he speculates.
Other Florida counties have
resorted to property and other
tax hikes to pay for growth.
"Somewhere, there has to
be a happy medium we can all
understand is within our best
interest to live with," says
Stewart.
And what about the sprawl
question?
The best time to take con-
trol of growth is before it
sprawls into the next county,
say experts.
For a firsthand look at
sprawl, Santa Rosans need only
take a short drive west, to
Pensacola's strip mall and sub-
division lined streets.
Are Santa Rosa officials
worried about tomorrow's
sprawl, today?
"I think we are," says
Stewart. "That's why we have
an RDP [Rural Development
Plan] in the process."
The RDP establishes a
Rural Protection Zone (RPZ)
that stretches from just south of
Highway 182 northward past
Highway 4.
Landowners inside .the pro-
tected zone can sell construc-
tion "density" credits to land
farther south. Their farmland
would, theoretically, then be
closed to future development.
The measure is designed to
encourage development south
of the RPZ line.
Stewart says the RDP will
send a message to potential
builders and developers that the
county will be reluctant to
increase density upzonings past
Hwy. 182 boundaries.
The RDP concentrates new
housing into "clusters," and.
requires future projects include
"green space" equal to half the
total land parcel, but does not
necessarily reduce the number
of homes that can be built.
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Happy
Holidays ,
Milton!
We have a lot to be
thankful for during the
holidays because of you-
our friends and neighbors
here in Milton.
It is a pleasure to be part
of this community. Enjoy
the holiday season.

Call or stop by today.
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Christmas


Continued From Page One.
they don't acknowledge
Christmas to begin with.
However, local residents
appear firm in their belief the
appropriate holiday 'salutation
should be "Merry Christmas".
"I walk into a store and ask
if it's Happy Holidays or Merry
Christmas. If it's Happy.
Holidays, I walk out," says'
Jerry Couey.
"I tell everyone I see Merry
Christmas," says Milton resi-
dent and City Council member
Buddy Jordan.
And, as one of Press
Gazette reader stated in paper's
Speak Out column, "I'm
appalled at the businesses in the
area that are saying Happy


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Law looking for
Cash Tyme robber
Milton Police are still
searching for a man in connec-
tion with a Friday evening call
to the Cash Tyme store located
on Stewart Street.
According to Police Chief
Greg Brand, the call was in
response to a robbery at the
location at around 6 p.m.
The suspect is described as
a black male, approximately six
feet two inches in height and
weighing about 250 pounds.
He was last seen wearing
black pants and sweatshirt, and
a black hooded jacket.
The suspect fled from the'
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Somerby
Continued From Page One.
area news reporting and editing
and as an icon in the publishing
industry.
"I regret his passing," were
the first words of longtime
Milton Attorney T. A. Leonard,
Jr. when I talked with him fol-
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death. "He was a very capable


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man who negotiated a long and
generous career. He was a good
man and a good friend, and I
had the privilege of knowing
and working with him personal-
ly over many years."
Leonard acknowledged
Charlie's reserve as sometimes
distant and aloof, "But that was
just part of his personality," he
said. "I always felt comfortable
with him and being around him,
and I learned a great deal from
him. He was a good friend and
a very competent editor."
"Charles was already at the
Press Gazette when I started
working there in 1968," said
Carol Barnes who is now busi-
ness manager at the Prss
Gazette. "He was always one
hundred percent business ori-
ented, and he not only knew
what his job was, but he did it
well. He was a great asset to
the company, and always a gen-
tleman in every regard."
Somberby served as Press
Gazette editor for 18 years,
retiring in 1978.
Charlie never talked much
about his military service, but I
do know that he was a retired
U.S. Navy Commander. Not
until his death, however, did I
learn of his military commit-
ments and the work he did for
the Navy.
He served in the Navy's
amphibious forces in two wars.
Two. of those years were in the
Mediterranean theater 'and the
China, Burma, and India the-
aters, spread 'out over World
War II, and the Korean conflict.
Another Press Gazette col-
league had this to say. "Charlie
was editor of the Press Gazette
when I came to work here in
mid 1971, and we worked
together for several years there-
aftey until he resigned to devote
full energy to the Gulf Breeze
Sentinel," remembers Jim
Martin, Press Gazette advertis-
ing manager. "He was a quiet,
gentle, and capable person,
'never flashy with his personal
or public life."
Jim went on to 'tell how he
enjoyed their conversations and
remembers how Charlie loved


his golf and Boston Redsocks.'
"He was really a baseball fan,'
and I believe used to frequent
some games in the Grapefruit'
league in early spring. I always
have had the utmost respect for"
him and his journalistic skills. -
"I appreciated Charlie and-
always valued his opinions.
Many people may not know of
his time and efforts spent in'
support of the Santa Rosa'
Historical Society, also. He was
very supportive of the Imogene
Theater and West Florida
Railroad Museum. I feel privi-'
leged to have know Charlie
Somerby," Martin concluded
Just -last April, Somerby,
still an aid' ~roptonieht of hi .to-
ry, wrote the Press Gazette fear-'
ing plans to widen Highway 9Q
through Milton could spell the
demise of many historical land-
marks.
Charlie's intellect is part o0
what made him tick. An intel-,i
lectual without the "stuffiness'l
that ordinarily attached itself to;
academic, achievement, h i
always appeared well informed;
with a competence that somde
consider a gift. His formal edu-4
cation included a degree from:
Hobart College in 1941, fobl
lowed by graduate work ai,
Syracuse University.
And according to his wif4!
Doris, Charlie was a stickler for!
order down to his last days. To
make his passing' as easy as
possible for her, she said he
had, over the years, kept hi4
affairs in order, right down tq
the planning of his obituary.
"We'll all miss him very much,'?
she said.
Charlie is survived by hisi
wife and companion of 371
years, Doris E. Somerby, and a
number of family, members
including a sister, Hope
Kimball Travis; a son, Charle"
I. Somerby III; two daughters'
Bonnie Johns and Terry Marks?
a step son Donald Cook; and a
step daughter Connie Jordan.
Graveside services werq
held Monday, December 191
2005 at Barrancas National
Cemetery, NAS Pensacola with
full military honors.


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Wednesday December 21, 2UUb an a os
Military


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Ostermeyer
deployed to Asia
* Air Force Lt. Col. Beverly
D. Ostermeyer has deployed to
Southwest Asia .to a forward
operating location to support
the U.S. mission in the Global
War on Terrorism (GWOT).
I The GWOT includes mem-.
bers of all the U.S. armed
forces, federal, state and local
government agencies and
organizations, and global coali-
tion forces that are currently
involved in various anti-terror-
ist operations or campaigns
dedicated to tracking and tak-
ihg action against terrorist
groups and networks around


the world. This includes coun-
tries or states that sponsor or
harbor terrorist groups and
their objectives that are either
engaged in or have the capaci-
ty or intent to carry out terrorist
activities which threaten U.S.
nationals or U.S. national secu-
rity, including efforts to disrupt
national defense, foreign rela-
tions, or U.S. economic .inter-
ests.
Ostermeyer, a certified reg-
istered nurse anesthetist with
18 years of military service, is
normally assigned to the 96th
Medical Group, Eglin Air
Force Base, Valparaiso, FL.
She is the daughter of
Randal Kelley of Mertis Way,
Milton, FL, and Sandra Conley
of Woodviolet Ave., Moss
Point, MS.
Her husband-David, is the
son of Thomas Ostermeyer of
Richfield St., Pittsburgh, PA.
The lieutenant colonel grad-
uated in 1983 for.om Moss Point
High, School,, and received a
bachelor's degree in,1987 from
the University of Southern
Mississippi, Hattiesburg. 'She
earned a master's degree in


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Services University for the
Health Sciences, Bethesda,
MD.

Buchanan
graduates BMT
Air Force Airman 1st Class
Anderson C. Buchanan has
graduated from basic military
training at Lackland Air Force
Base, San Antonio, Texas.
During the six weeks of'.
training, the airman studied the
Air Force mission, organiza-
tion; and military customs and,
courtesies; performed drill and
ceremony marches, and
received physical training, rifle
marksmanship, field training
exercises,, and special training
in human relations.
In addition, airmen who
complete basic training earn
credits toward an associate
degree through the Community
College of'the Air Force.
Buchanan is the son of
Paulette Buchanan of County
Road 11, Pequot Lakes, MN,
and grandson of Clearance
Buchanan of Alfred Blvd,
Navarre, FL.
He graduated in the year
2000 from Pequot Lakes High
School, and received an associ-
ate degree in 2004 from
Minnesota State and Technical
College, Wadena, MN.

Witt concludes
annual exercise
(FHTNC)-Navy Seaman
Shaun Witt; son of Debra
Joiner of Navarre, FL, and his
shipmates concluded Annual
Exercise (ANNUALEX) 2005,
while assigned to the aircraft
carrier USS Kitty Hawk, for-
ward deployed to Yokosuka,
Japan.
ANNUALEX 2005 is a
joint exercise between the U.S.
Navy and the Japan Maritime
Self-Defense Force (JMSDF).
Two U.S. submarines, 10 U.S.
Navy ships and 49 JMSDF
ships.participated in a series of
wartime exercises to observe
and improve mission interoper-
ability.


USS Kitty Hawk is the first
of the supercarrierss," commis-
sioned April 29, 1961. Carriers
like USS. Kitty Hawk are
deployed throughout the world
to maintain U.S. presence and
-provide rapid response in time
of crisis.
The ship serves as a highly
visible deterrent to would-be
aggressors arnd is equipped
with the most versatile and
powerful weapons and aircraft
available.
Witt is a 2003 graduate of
Navarre High School of
Navarre, FL.

Tuttle
graduates BCMT
Army Pfc. Cecil E. Tuttle
has graduated from basic com-
bat military training at Fort
Sill, Lawton, OK.
During the eight weeks of
training, the soldier studied the
Army mission and received
instruction in drill and cere-
monies, rifle marksmanship,
weapons, map reading, tactics,
armed and unarmed combat,
military courtesy, military jus-
tice, physical fitness, first aid,
Army history, core values and
traditions, and special training
in human relations.
He is the son of Pamela
Tuttle of Syrcle Ave., Milton,
FL.
Tuttle is a 2005 graduate of
Milton High School.

Trump
completes BMT
(FHTNC)-Navy Seaman
Recruit Kurt D. Trump, son of
Karen J. and Terry L. Paulson
of Navarre, FL, recently com-
pleted U.S. Navy basic training
at Recruit Training Command,
Great Lakes, IL.
During the eight-week pro-


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gram, Trump completed a vari-
ety of training, which included
classroom study and practical
instruction on naval customs,
first aid, firefighting, water
safety and survival, and ship-
board and aircraft safety. An
emphasis was also placed on
physical fitness.
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 attrib-
utes of sacrifice, dedication,
teamwork and endurance in
each recruit through the practi-
cal 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.
Trump is a 2005 graduate of
Navarre High School of
Navarre, FL.


IN UNIFORM


Brown graduates,
from AF BMT
Air Force Airman Jessica D.
Brown has graduated from
basic military training at
Lackland Air Force Base, San
Antonio, Texas.
During the six weeks of
training, the airman studied the
Air Force mission, organiza-
tion, and military customs and
courtesies; performed drill and
ceremony marches, and
received physical training, rifle
marksmanship, field training
exercises, and special training
in human relations.
In addition, airmen who


complete basic training earn
credits toward an associate
degree through the Community
College of the Air Force.
She is the daughter of Kasi
Jaghab of Boggs St.,, Port
Charlotte, FL, and niece of
Tami Hodge of Orion Lake
Drive, Navarre, FL.
The airman is a 2003 gradu-
ate of Port Charlotte High
School.

Wendel
starts career
Air Force Airman Aaron M.
Wendel has graduated from
basic military training at
Lackland Air Force Base, San
Antonio, Texas.
During the six weeks of
training, the airman studied the
Air Force mission, organiza-
tion, and military customs and
courtesies; performed drill and


ceremony marches, and
received physical training, rifle
marksmanship, field training
exercises, and special training
in human relations.
In addition, airmen who
complete basic training earn
credits toward an associate
degree through the Community
College of the Air Force.
He is the son of Rachel and
James Wendel of Prytania
Circle, Na\ a.ne, FL.
The airman is a 2003 gradu-
ate of Navarre High School.


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DEPARTMENT OF HOMELAND SECURITY
Federal Emergency Management Agency


Proposed Flood Elevation Determinations Santa Rosa County, Florida and Incorporated Areas
AGENCY: Federal Emergehcy Management Agency (FEMA), Emergency Preparedness and Response
Directorate, Department of Homeland Security.
ACTION: Proposed Rule.
SUMMARY: Technical information or comments are solicited on the proposed and proposed modified Base (1-
percent-annual-chance) Flood Elevations (BFEs) shown on the Preliminary [revised] Flood Insurance Study
(FIS) report and Flood Insurance Rate Map (FIRM) for your community. These BFEs and modified BFEs are the
basis for the floodplain management measures that each affected community Is required to either adopt or show
evidence of being already in effect in order to qualify or remain qualified for participation in the National Flood
Insurance Program (NFIP).
DATES: The comment period is 90 days following the second publication of this proposed rule in newspapers)
of local circulation.
ADDRESSES: The FIS report and FIRM showing the proposed and proposed modified BFEs and their delin-
eations are available for inspection at the Community Map Repository for each community. The Community Map
Repository addresses are listed below.
Milton, City of: Maps available for inspection at City of Milton Planning and Development Department, 6738
Dixon Street, Milton, Florida.
Santa Rosa County, Unincorporated Areas: Maps available for inspection at the Santa Rosa County Public
Services Department, 6051 Old Bagdad Highway, Milton, Florida.
Interested parties should send comments to the community CEO at the address listed below.
Milton, City of: Send comments to the Honorable Guy Thompson, Mayor of the City of Milton, P.O. Box 909,
Milton, Florida 32572.
Santa Rosa County, Unincorporated Areas: Send comments to Mr. Hunter Walker, Santa Rosa County
Administrator, 6495 Caroline Street, Suite D, Milton, Florida 32570-4592.
FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT: Either the Mapping Partner at 850-539-5999, the NFIP State
Coordinator at 850-413-9960, or the Mitigation Division of FEMA in Region IV at
770-220-5406 and ask for the Regional Project Officer assigned to your community, for assistance.
SUPPLEMENTARY INFORMATION: FEMA gives notice of the proposed BFE determinations, in accordance
with Section 110 of the Flood Disaster Protection Act of 1973 (Pub. L. 93-234); 87 Stat. 980, which added
Section 1363 to the National Flood Insurance Act of 1968 (Title XIII of the Housing and Urban Development Act
of 1968 (Pub. L. 90-448)); 42 U.S.C. 4001-4128; and 44 CFR 67.4(a).
These BFEs, together with the floodplain management measures required by 44 CFR 60.3 of the program regu-
lations, are the minimum that are required. They should not be construed to mean the community must change
any existing ordinances that are more stringent in their floodplain management requirements. The community
may at any time enact stricter requirements on its own, or pursuant to policies established by other Federal,
State, or regional entities. These proposed and proposed modified BFEs are used to meet the floodplain man-
agement requirements of the NFIP and are also used to calculate the appropriate flood insurance premium rates
for new buildings built after the BFEs are made final, and for the contents in these buildings.
Pursuant to the provisions of 5 U.S.C. 605(b), the Director, Mitigation Division of the Emergency Preparedness
and Response Directorate, to whom authority has been delegated by the Secretary of the U.S. Department of
Homeland Security, hereby certifies that the proposed new or modified BFE determinations, if promulgated, will
not have a significant economic impact on a substantial number of small entities. A BFE determination under
Section 1363 forms the basis for new local ordinances, which, if adopted by a community, will govern future con-
struction within the floodplain area. By themselves, the BFE determinations impose no restriction unless and
until the community voluntarily adopts floodplain ordinances in accord with these BFEs, Even if ordinances are
adopted in compliance with Federal standards, the BFEs only prescribe building height in the floodplain and do
not prohibit development. Thus, this action only forms the basis for future local actions. It imposes no new
requirement; of itself, it has no economic impact.
Lessees and owners of real property in the communities listed below are encouraged to review the Preliminary
FIS report, FIRM, and related materials at the Community Map Repository address cited in the table above and
to submit comments to the appropriate community CEOs at the addresses cited in the table above. The pro-
posed new or modified BFEs along flooding sources studied by detailed methods are shown on the Flood
Profiles included in the Preliminary copies of the FIS report. The flooding sources studied by detailed methods
are as follows:


Source of Flooding #Depth in feet above ground
and Location of +Elevation in feet (NAVD)
Referenced *Elevation in feet (NGVD)
Elevation Existing Modified Communities Affected


Pace Mill Creek:
Approximately 1,300 feet
downstream of U.S. Route 90 +11
At downstream side of
Chumuckla Highway Nor
Pond Creek:
Approximately 500 feet +9
upstream of CSX Railroad
At upstream side of William Nor
Norris Road
+North American Vertical Datum


+12


ie +127

+10

ie +68


Santa Rosa County
(Unincorporated Areas)



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(Unincorporated Areas),
City of. Milton


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Wednesday December 21, 2005


Community


Kiwanis Club of Santa Rosa Sunrise President James Martin presented a $200 check to employees of
the City of Milton. The check is designated for the Waveland Hurricane Fund. Accepting the check are
Bunny Jernigan, Dewitt Nobles, Sharon Holly, and Greg Brand.


ONE STAR TO GUIDE THEM


May the light of His love lead you to


faith and enlightenment during this


holiest of seasons.



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NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S
SALE
NOTICE is hereby given that
pursuant to WRITS OF EXE-
CUTION issued in Circuit
Court of Santa Rosa County,
Florida, on the 29th day of
April, 2004 in the cause
wherein Paul Russo and
Bobbie Russo were plaintiffs
and Debra Kay Kea was
defendant, being Case No. 57-
2003-287-CA in said court, I,
Wendell Hall, As Sheriff of
Santa Rosa County, Florida,.
have levied upon all the right,
title, and interest of the defen-
dant, Debra Kay Kea in and to
the following described real
property, to wit:
DESCRIPTION OF PROPER-
TY
Begin at the Northwest comer
of the North half of the South
half of Lot-5, of a Subdivision
of Section 41, Township 5
North, Range 29 West,
according to the Plat of Record
as recorded in Deed Book "Q",
at page 151 of the Public
Records of Santa Rosa
County, Florida. Thence go
South 00 degrees 30 minutes
58 seconds West along the
West line of said Lot-5 a
Distance of 119.16 feet to a
point of intersection with the
East Right-of-Way of Beck
Avenue (Apparent 50' R/W),
Thence go South 01 degrees
57 minutes 54 seconds West
along said East Right-of-Way a
distance of 88.15 feet, Thence
departing said East Right-of-
Way go South 88 degrees 19
minutes 19 seconds East a


distance of 652.26 feet to the
East Boundary Line of the
Town of Jay City Limits,
Thence go North 01 degrees
32 minutes 20 seconds East
along the East Boundary Line
of said Town of Jay City Limits
a distance of 207.29 feet to the
North Line of the North one
half of the South one half of
said Lot-5, Thence go North
88 degrees 19 minutes 19 sec-
onds West along said North
Line a distance of 653.73 feet
to the Point of Beginning, the
above described Parcel of
Land is situated in Sections
41, Township 5 North, Range
29 West, Santa Rosa County,
Florida, and contains 3.1 acres
more or less.
And on the 10th day of
January, 2006 I shall offer this
property for sale, at the east
front door of the Santa Rosa
Criminal Justice Facility, in
Milton, Santa Rosa County,
Florida, at the hour of 1:00
p.m. on or as soon thereafter
as possible. I will offer for sale
all the said defendants, Debra
Kay Kea right, title and interest
in the aforesaid real property,
at public auction and will sell
the same, subject to taxes, all
prior liens, encumbrances and
judgments, if any to the high-
est and best bidder for CASH
IN HAND. The proceeds to be
applied as far as may' be to the
payment of costs and the sat-
isfaction of the above-
described execution. T "
WENDELL HALL, SHERIFF
OF
SANTA ROSA COUNTY,
FLORIDA


By: Deputy James E.
Chessher -
James E. Chessher
Deputy Sheriff
IF YOU HAVE A DISABILITY
REQUIRING SPECIAL
ACCOMMODATIONS OR TO
ARRANGE TO VIEW THE
PROPERTY, PLEASE CON-
TACT JANICE PLATT (850)
983-1281 AT LEAST SEVEN
(7) DAYS PRIOR TO THE
SALE DATE.
120705
121405
122105
122805

NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S
SALE
NOTICE is hereby given that
pursuant to WRIT OF EXECU-
TION issued in the Circuit
Court of Santa Rosa County,
Florida, on the 9th day of
September, 2005 in the cause
wherein Chase Manhattan
Bank, USA, N.A. was plaintiff
and Andy Wilkinson was
defendant, being Case No. 03-
558-CA in said court, I,
Wendell Hall, As Sheriff of
Santa Rosa County, Florida,
have levied upon all the right,
title, and interest of the defen-
dant, Andy Wilkinson in and to
the following, described pe.-
sonal propertv, to wit:
DESCRIPTION OF PROPER-
TY
1965 FORD MUSTANG
VIN # 5F071677037


I shall offer this property for
sale, at east front door of the
Santa Rosa Criminal Justice
Facility, in Milton, Santa Rosa
County, Florida, at the hour of
1:00 p.m. on January 10, 2006
Or as soon thereafter as possi-
ble. I will offer for sale all the
said defendants, Andy
Wilkinson, right, title and inter-
est in the aforesaid personal
property, at public auction and
will sell the same, subject to
taxes, all prior liens, encum-
brances and judgments, if any
to the highest and best bidder -
for CASH IN HAND. The pro-
ceeds to be applied as far as'
may be to the payment of
costs and the satisfaction of
the above described execu-
tion.
WENDELL HALL, SHERIFF
OF
SANTA ROSA COUNTY,
FLORIDA
By: /s/ Deputy Jason Rickmon
Jason Rickmon
Deputy Sheriff
IF YOU HAVE A DISABILITY
REQUIRING SPECIAL
ACCOMMODATIONS OR TO
ARRANGE TO VIEW THE
PROPERTY, PLEASE CON-
TACT JANICE PLATT (850)
983-1281 AT LEAST SEVEN
(7) DAYS PRIOR TO THE
SALE DATE.
120705
121405
122105 '
122805
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Community


Annual ride to benefit St. Jude's Hospital
,i ; Saturday and Sunday, from Louisiana to Florida par- tribute items for prizes an
December 10th and llth ticipated in two days of horse- silent auction to help raise
marked the 7th annual benefit back riding games and fun for funds for St. Jude's which
tide for St. Jude's Hospital, charity. Regardless of their allows them to continue in thei
The ride was held in Santa own loss and hardships, in efforts treating the children o
Rosa County near Munson, what can only be described as the Gulf Coast and South Eas
Florida at the Coldwater the American Spirit, people region of the country. Over 13(
i Recreation Area horse camp in from all along the Gulf coast riders raised more than $4,50(
-the Blackwater River State turned out to support the chil- in auction proceeds, pledges
A, Forest. dren of St. Jude's hospital, and funds for those less fortu-
: The riders and their families Many businesses con- nate than themselves.

,Aneurysm screening offered at Sacred Heart
; Sacred Heart Hospital in aneurysms weak spots or produce symptoms. By detect-
Pensacola is offering free bulges in an artery that may ing aneurysms at an early stage
screenings for aortic develop without symptoms, physicians are able to monitor
Saneurysms in its Ultrasound The screening is a simple ultra- their growth and treat them
Department. sound procedure, which lasts before they rupture.
These exams may be sched-, approximately 15 to 30 min- Individuals at highest risk
uled by calling 416-2940 utes. for aortic aneurysms are white
r Monday through Friday Results will be available males and those who have a
,between 9 a.m. and 3 p.m. immediately. Participants history of smoking, high blood
KIndividuals 40 and older can should not eat or drink any- pressure, hardening of the
0 make their own appointments thing for four hours prior to arteries, height cholesterol, dia-
and do not have to rely on their their scheduled appointment. betes or a family history.
physician to make the appoint- Aneurysms often grow over For more information about
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Juvenile Justice Council of SR County meet


The membership of the
county councils provides for
board participation and
involvement of the "stakehold-
ers in the juvenile justice sys-
tem. Key community leaders
are evidenced through tow
entities. in Santa Rosa County
which directly deal with juve-
nile delinquency and youth
prevention, the Santa Rosa
Juvenile Justice Council and
the CEO (Chief Executive
Officers) Roundtable on


Violence Prevention.
Members that attended the
December 14th meeting for the
Juvenile Justice Council
included representatives from
the following agencies:
-Big Brothers Big Sisters
(BBBS)
-Santa Rosa Professional
Educators (SRPE)
-Department of Juvenile
Justice (DJJ)
-Teen Court of Santa Rosa
County


O 1 9 ."Chief, what will happen if
O e the VA stops treating my pri-
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"Chief, are veterans
required to sign up for
Medicare's new Part D (pre-
scription plan)?"

No, Medicare's Part D is
completely voluntary.

"I'm enrolled in VA's
healthcare. Chief, does this
provide creditable coverage
under Medicare guidelines?"

Yes. Enrollment in VA's
healthcare system provides a
drug benefit that is at least as
good as Medicare's Part D. It
also means that enrolled veter-
ans may choose to wait to join
Medicare's Part D 'coverage
after May 15, 2006, without
having to pay a late enrollment
penalty.

"Let's say that I'm
enrolled in Part D. Will, my
out-of-pocket expenses be an
allowable deduction from my
income for VA purposes?"

Sure, all UME's (unreim-
bursed medical expenses) are a
deductible item when the VA
figures your annual income for
benefits, both money and med-
ical. Drug plans will start
around $32.00 per month and
the cost of the drugs plus
deductible will total to a tidy
. sum each month let alone dur-
" ing a \ear.


First of all, the VA has never
stopped treating enrolled veter-
ans even if the VA stops
,,enrolling new veterans in your
priority. I know of a few veter-
ans in, priority 8 (income over
$31,000) who still receive care,
But, say the worst happens.


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Schools
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-4-H
-American Red Cross
Next months meeting is
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at 10:00 a.m. at the Berryhill
Administrative Complex locat-
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ference room C. The meetings
are open to the public and we
would invite you to attend.

You simply join Medicare's
Part D. Make sure you enroll
before 62 days pass so that you
will not have to pay a penalty.

"I'm enrolled in VA's
healthcare system. Chief, can
my spouse receive drugs from
the VA"

Only if your spouse is a hon-
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Christmas Eve, Candlelight Communion
The annual Christmas Eve vices. Aaron Penfield, Andrew of Luke, and all will sing the
Candlelight Communion Darden, Megan Johnson, Tom familiar, greatly loved
Service will be held at First Burt, Brittain Amos-Bankester, Christmas carols. FUMC will
United Methodist Church on Alexandra Flores, Tony have only one worship service
Saturday. ,December 24th, at Peacock, Butch Weidman, on Christmas Day at 10 a.m.
4:30 and 6 p.m. This special Drew Dellinger, Tom Baker, There will be no Sunday School
candlelight service is enjo\ ed Matt Hicks, Brady Lay, Harold on Christmas Day.
by our congregation and coin- Shelby, Erin Whitehead,: Dixie, Everyone is always wel-
inunity alike. The services will Reed, and Ami Russ will be fea- come at Milton. FUMC! The
begin with the FUMC English tured in solos and ensembles. sanctuary is located at 6830
Handbell Choir ringing thirty The pastor will read the Berryhill Street.
minutes prior to each of the ser- Christmas Story from the book
Local Church celebrates 50th anniversary in 2006


The Milton Congregation
of the Community of Christ
(Church, located at 6656.
Raymond Hobbs Street i Milton
will be having their Fifty Year
Anniversary celebration
January 14 & 15th in 2006.


Folks are invited. They will
have a guest minister,.
Evangelist Gill Remington. On
Saturday night, the 15th, there
will be a Chili & Gumbo supper
beginning at 5:30 p.m.
Preaching will begin at 7 p.m.


On Sunday, there will be a
Prayer & Fellowship service at
9:30 a.m. At 11 a.m., a
preaching service will be held
followed by a catered meal at
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from 5 p.m. to 11 p.m. for boys
and girls, ages 6 through 16 at
Milton High School. One
child'sname per permission
slip, please. All children must
wear tennis shoes and pants
must be belted through the
loops. This project is support-
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Escambia-Pensacola Human
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First Community Bank, Area
churches & Friends who love
children, Vowells Printing, and
Jewelers Trade.
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Sixth Biblical answers about life.
Dear Pastor Gallups.,
I see and hear so many preachers that have become so
obsessed with teaching that God wants Christians to be
wealthy in money and material things that I can't help but
wonder, are they really trying to lead people to Jesus or are
they more interested in increasing their own wealth? -
H.H.E., Bagdad
Dear H.H.E.,
I find nowhere in scripture where God declares that he wants
"all" of His Children in this world to be wealthy and
"healthy".
There ARE promises in God's Word that indicate that the
Lord often blesses His Children with wealth or even "healing"
and health when His children live by certain Biblical principles.
However, common sense (and God's Word) makes clear that
health and wealth are very relative terms and are practically
indefinable.
How does one define "wealthy"? Usually it means someone
who has more money that YOU do! An average American fam-
ily is far "wealthier" than 75% of the rest of the world. What is
"health"? We are ALL dying. Eventually, "health" will run out
for us ALL!,
ALL of the disciples of Jesus died poor and martyrs' deaths.
Jesus didn't have a place to "lay his head". He had no home or
fancy wardrobe. Someone else kept his money and he turned out
to be a thief! Many of God's dearest children all over the world
suffer from poverty, malnutrition, disease and even starvation.
Eventually we who are born-again will have the ultimate in
health and wealth when we are with the Lord Jesus. All we are
promised in this life is an opportunity to live for Jesus and bring
glory to His Name regardless 'of our health or wealth.
In short, the "health and wealth, prosperity" teaching coming
out of today's modem "television evangelist world" is simply a
LIE! We need to be like Paul, who said that he had learned to be
content in ALL THINGS healthy, not healthy, wealthy or poor.
He simply wanted to glorify Jesus with his life. That is the goal
of my life as well. I think that a Christian will find their life to
be much happier if lived by this Biblical truth.
Carl Gallups is the Pastor of Hickory Hammock Baptist Church. in Milton.
He has a Bachelor of Science degree from Florida State University, and a Master
of Divinity from The New Orleans Baptist Theological Seminary. He has'been
pastor of HHBC since 1987. He serves as an International Youth Evangelist for
the Southern Baptist Convention since 1990 preaching all over the U.S. and
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Obituaries


Turner,
Coda Andrew
1995-2005
Coda Andrew Turner, age
10, of Milton, FL passed away
on Thursday, December 15,
2005.
Coda was born in
Pensacola, FL on November
13, 1995 to Walt Turner and
Maria Kennedy Turner.
Coda was in Mr. Whitney's
Fourth Grade class at Berryhill
Elementary School. He loved
football, soccer, bowling, fish-
ing, skate boarding and racing,
and ALL video games.
Coda is survived by his par-
ents-Marlea Turner of Milton,
Walt Turner of Milton; broth-
er-Brandon Turner, of Milton;
sister-Kristen Turner of
Milton; maternal grandpar-
ents-Ira Joe and Margie
Kennedy of Metairie, LA;
paternal grandparents--
Charles and Karen Toman of
Gulfport, MS, and Janelle
Toman of Deltona, FL;
uncles-Joe A. Kennedy and
Jason Kennedy; aunts-
Melody Lansdale and Tanya
Safely.
Coda will be dearly missed
by his mom, dad, brother, sis-
ter, grandparents, family and
friends.
Funeral Services for Coda
were held 3 p.m., Tuesday,
December 20, 2005 at the,
Lewis Funeral Home in Milton
with Rev. Mike Wiggins offici-
ating. Burial followed in the
Serenity Gardens Cemetery
with Lewis Funeral Home
directing. Pallbearers were
Brandon Turner, Joe Kennedy,
Jason Kiehnedy, Ryahi
Lansdale, Kristen Turner, and
Joey Kennedy.
'-----The family received friends
from 6 to 9 p.m., Monday,
December 19, 2005 at the
Lewis Funeral Home in Milton

Brewer, Rufus
1941-2005
Rufus Brewer, age, 64,
passed away December 18,
2005. He was a native and life-
long resident of Milton. He was,
the son of the late Charles
Albert and Josie Mae Brewer.
Mr. Brewer served with the
Milton Fire Department for 38
years. He also served as a State
Fire Marshall and Life Safety
Code Inspector. He loved to'
fish and hunt. He was a devot-
ed husband, father, grandfather,
brother, and friend.
Mr. Brewer was preceded in
death by brother and sisters;
Timmy Brewer, Ethel Cox,
Effie Dell Cassidy, Ida Bell
McKelvain, Charles H. (Demp)
Brewer, Mose D. (Buddy)
Brewer, Dorthy Jean Hinote,;
Sylvia Johnson, Christine
(Tiny) McMorris and grandson
Joel.
Mr. Brewer is survived by is
wife of 43 years, Linda
Brewer; children, Karen (Joe)
Grundin, and Tracy (Susan)
Brewer; Grandchildren,
Lyndsey, Shelby, Hayley,
Tammy, Harley, Timmy,
Bradley, Corrina and Larry
"Littleman" Jr.; brother and
sisters, Alvie Nell Blake, Hazel
Eubanks, Syble (Clyde) Lewis,


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Brewer, Sr.
Funeral services for Mr,
Brewer will be 11 a.m.,
Wednesday, December 21,
2005, with Rev. Bill Wiley and
Rev. Raymond McMorris offi-
ciating.
Active pallbearers will be
Chuck Brewer, Jimmy D.
Brewer, Jr., Michael Paulk,
Kenneth Cassidy, David
Brewer, Steven R. McMorris,
Robert Eubanks, Wayne
Enfinger, and Murphy Cassidy,
Jr.
The family wishes to send a
special thanks to Hospice of
the Emerald Coast and their
nursing staff.
"God saw you getting tired:
A cure was not to be. He put
His arms around you, and
whispered,
,'Come to Me'.
It broke our hearts to lose
you, but you did not go alone;
for part of us went with you the
day God called you home.
A million times we've
thought of you, a million times
we've cried.
If LOVE could have saved
you, You never would have
died."
Lewis Funeral Home of
Milton is in charge of arrange-
ments.

Simmons,
James Oscar
1936 2005
James Oscar Simmons, age
69, of Milton, died Saturday,
December 17, 2005 in a local
hospital.
Mr. Simmons was a native
and life-long resident of
Milton. He was, a retired fire-
man at Whiting Field.
Survivors include 3 sis-
ters-Virgie Houghton,
Frances Wilcox, both of
Milton, and Nella, Schremp of
New Hampshire.
Funeral services will be 2
p.m., Wednesday, December
21, 2005 at the Lewis Funeral
Home Chapel. Burial will be in
the Bagdad Cemetery.
Friends may call from 12 to
S2 p.m, Wednesday, Decembeir
21,2005. -'
Active pallbearers will be
James St. John, Robert
Simmons, Rufus Simmons,
Lee Jemigan, Cecil Simmons,
and Howie Gillis.
Lewis Funeral Home of
Milton is in charge of arrange-
ments.

Spencer,
Evelyn Madeline
1914-2005
Evelyn Madeline Spencer,
age 91, of Milton passed away
on Saturday, 'December 17,
2005 in a local nursing facility.
Mrs. Spencer was born in
Milton on March 20, 1914 to
Robert William Robertson and
Drucilla Watson Robertson.
Mrs. Spencer was a member
of the First United Methodist
Church of Milton where she
had been a Sunday School and
Bible School Superintendent.
She' was District Officer and
Local President of the United
Methodist Women. She was a
member and Past President of
both The Shakespeare Club
and The Women's Club of
Milton. She organized Santa
Rosa County Mother's March
on Polio, worked on the World
War II Home Front War Effort,
was a Girl Scout Leader and
Fundraiser, and a member of
the Santa Rosa Medical Center
Women's Advisory Council.
Mrs. Spencer was preceded
in death by her husband of 60
years-Almon Spencer, a
grandson-Robert Almon
Spencer, three sisters-
Virginia Lewis, Margaret
Baker, Betty McCary and a
brother-Emory Robertson.
Mrs. Spencer is survived by
her two sons-James Robert
Spencer, M.D., and wife-
Peggy of Sarasota, FL; John
Calloway Spencer, J.D., and
wife-Wanda of Pea Ridge,
FL; one daughter-Mary
Evelyn Smith and husband-


P.D. Smith, RADM (Ret), of
Alexandria, VA; 4 grandchil-
dren- Madeline Toolan and
husband-Rob; Drucilla
Spivey and husband-Cam
Phillip Smith, and Stephanie
Carroll and husband-Carey; 5
great grandchildren- Lauren
Spivey, Rachael Spivey, Trey
Carroll, ,Spencer, Carroll and
Conor Toolan, many nieces and
nephews, and a special


friend-Pat Spencer.
Funeral Services for Mrs.
Spencer were held at 11 a.m.,
Tuesday, December 20, 2005 at
the Lewis Funeral Home in
Milton with Rev. Gerald
Shelton and Dr. Joe Bamberg
officiating.
Burial will follow in the
Milton Cemetery with Lewis
Funeral Home directing.
Active Pallbearers were Jim
Spencer, Donnie Spencer,
Clifton Spencer, Holley
Spencer, Paul Green, Donald
Hobbs,' Carey Carroll, Robert
Toolan and Jimmy Caro.
, The family requests that in
lieu of flowers, please make
memorial contributions to the
First United Methodist Church
of Milton. The family wishes to
express a "heartfelt thank you"
to Jack Fabian, M.D., Andy
Somesan, M.D., and the
Forsyth House Staff.

Mayo, Iris E.
1950 2005
Iris E. Mayo, age 55, of
Houston, TX, died Saturday,
December 10, 2005. She was a
former resident of Berrydale,
FL. Ms. Mayo was a-strong,
courageous person, and a fifth
generation Community of
Christ Church member. She
was a loving wife, mother, sis-
ter, and friend.
She is preceded in death by
her father-Harold Mayo,
mother-Lena Banes Mayo, of
Berrydale; sisters-Erma Jean
Calhoun and Boyce Calhoun,
of Dixonville; and brothers-
Herman Mayo and James T.
Mayo of Pensacola.
She is survived by her for-
mer husband-Bob Hope,
Bedford, TX; sons-Steve
Hope, Arlington, TX, and Scott
Hope, of Bedford, TX; daugh-
ter-Amy (Paul) Taplac,
Bedford, TX; sisters-Doris
Calhoun, Ft. Walton Beach,
FL, Macklyn (Tom) Turner,
Milton, FL, Linda (Gary)
Cabiness, Munson, FL, and
Polly (Lloyd) Dalton, Milton;
brother-Larry Mayo, Milton.
Funeral services were held
Saturday, December 17, 2005
at Community'" 'f h' rist
Church in Dixonville, with
Pastors Gary Howard and
Hubert Smith officiating. Bruce
Richards will provide a musi-
cal ministry. Burial followed in
the church cemetery.
Active pallbearers were Phil
Calhoun, Junior Moulton,
Mark Moulton, Kevin
Moulton, Jerry Scott and Lloyd
Dalton.
Memorial contributions
may be made to Ms. Mayo's
memorial fund.
Jay Funeral Home is in
charge of arrangements.

Jordan, Tommy
Tommy Jordan, age 60, of
Jay, FL, died Friday, December
9, 2005. He was a former resi-
dent of Brewton, a member of
Pleasant Grove Missionary
Baptist Church, and he also
enjoyed fishing.
He was preceded in death
by his parents-Willie B.
Jordan and Lessie Jones
Jordan; brothers-Billy and
James Jordan; sister-Corena
Davis; and step-grandson-
Carl Hosford.
He is survived by his wife -
Mary Alice Jordan of Jay; one
son-Tony (Jennifer) Jordan,
Brewton, AL; 3 step-sons-
Robert (Faye) Holliman,
Pensacola, FL, Ronald (Becky)
Holliman, and Rodney
Holliman, both of Brewton,
AL; 1 daughter-Michele
Jordan, Brewton, AL; 2 step-
daughters-Robin (Ronnie)
Sumler, Milton, FL, and
Rhonda (Steven) Hosford,
Casselberry; brother--Robert
Jordan, Jay; sisters-Lillian
(Hoover) Harris, Dorothy
Flowers, both of Jay, and
Myrtis (Buddy) Nims of Pace,
FL; 3 grandchildren; 13-step
grandchildren; and 1 step-
great-grandchild.
Funeral services were held
Tuesday, December 13, 2005 at
Jay Funeral Home at 1 p.m.
with Brother Gordan Dillashaw


and Brother Wesley Patrick
officiating. Burial followed at
Pine Grove Cemetery.
Active pallbearers were
Ronald McCall, Calvin
Flowers, Kenny Flowers,
Curtis Cook, Ben Hudson, and
Kenneth Dunn.
Jay Funeral Home is in
charge of arrangements.


Griffin, Sr.,
James Carlton
1926-2005
"I heard the voice of Jesus
say, "Come unto me and rest;
Lay down, thou weary one, lay
down Thy head upon my
breast." I came to Jesus as I
was, Weary and worn and sad; I
found in him a -resting-place,
And he has made me glad." '
James Carlton "Doc"
Griffin, age 79, passed away on
Friday, December 9, 2005, fol-
lowing a prolonged illness. He
was born on February 17, 1926
in Clay County, Alabama to the
late. Robert J. and Emma
(Browning) Griffin.
Doc served in Central
Europe in the U.S. Army from
1944 to 1946, and received two
bronze service stars during his
service. Upon his return he
married his loving wife-
Senior, and enrolled in
Jacksonville State Teachers
College. He transferred to
Howard College in 1949 where
he pursued and obtained his
Bachelor of Science in
Pharmacy. in 1953. His new
career took his family to
Valpariso and Pensacola before
settling in Jay in 1957, where
he served as the only pharma-
cist for many years. He was an
active community leader, par-
ticipated in the Lions Club,
Volunteer Fire Department,
American Legion, and served
as a Jay City Council member.
His closely guarded circle of
friends learned to appreciate his
special sense of humor, love of
life, and various intelligent and
creative pursuits. Although he
was a man of few words, he
was an avid reader, and shared
his love of the written word
with his children.
Following his retirement
from "pushing pills," he devot-
ed himself to his second love,
which was carpentry. Many
homes in Jay experienced his
special touch.
Doc is survived by his
wife-Senior Gilbert Griffin;
sons-James (Doc, Jr.) Griffin,
Bryan (Karen) Griffin; daugh-
ters-Joan Byrd, Doris (Billy)
Jackson, Debbie (John) Bell; 6
grandchildren and 9 great-
grandchildren; sisters-Frankie


Powell of Milton and Rhuedine
Catchings of Millerville, AL.
Funeral services were held
Monday, December 12,2005 at
2 p.m. at Jay First Baptist
Church with Brother Chip Fox
and Brother James Rheam offi-
ciating. Burial followed at the
Jay City Cemetery.
Active pallbearers were his
grandsons--Michael Holland,
Gary Holland, Ryan Wolfe, and
special friend-Michael
Patterson, Tim Moye, and B.J.
Barrow. Honorary pallbearers
are Billy Claude Watson, J.D.
Bray, Bill Patrick, Cecil
Phillips, and Glen Tolleson.
S The family expresses a spe-
cial thanks to the staff at
Century Care Center for their
loving care during his final
days.
Jay Funeral Home is in
charge of arrangements.

Cooper,
Pauline Lewis
1924-2005
Mrs. Cooper was born April
6, 1924, in Johnson City, TN.,,
and passed away in a local hos-
pital Saturday, December 17,
2005.
Mrs. Cooper Worked with
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P'cola Marathon due
date is set for Dec. 31
Runners you have until Dec.
31 to take advantage of the early
registration discounts for the
Second Annual Pensacola
Marathon and Half Marathon set
for Feb. 19.
Online entries must be com-
pleted by midnight and mail reg-
istrations must be postmarked
by then to take advantage of the
discounted rates.
Entry fees are $45 for the.
marathon and $35 for the half
marathon.
After Dec. 31 the cost will
increase to $55 and $45.
You can register online at
www.pensacolamarathon.com
Beach Run start time
is now set for 8 a.m.
The start time for the
Pensacola Runners Association
Beach Run has been moved to 8
a.m. on Jan. 7, 2006.
This year's beach run will be
held at Pensacola Beach.
Registration forms for this
event are available at area fitness-
centers and sports outlets or
online at www.pensacolarun-
ners.com.
Early registration discounts
end on Dec. 17.
For more information con-
tact Gary Bunde at 476-7434.
KofC to hold a hoop
contest at Milton HS
The Milton Knights of
Columbus will have.a basketball
free throw contest on Jan. 7,
. 2006-
This contest is open to boys
and girls ages 10-14.
Kids will compete against
their own age and gender group.
Prizes will be awarded at
this competition with winners
progressing to regional, state,
and national competitions.
Official rules and entry forms
are available at the Knights of
Columbus website
www.kofc7027.org.
Or you can e-mail questions
to ec grillot@yahoo.com.
,PSA releases date for
Double Bridge Run
The Pensacola Sports
Association says the ninth annual
Double Bridge Run will take
place Feb..4, 2006.
The event will include a 15K
and 5K course and a junior 5K for
children under 14*.
For more information, contact
.the Pensacola Sports
Association at 434-2800.
Press Gazette is
looking for leagues
The Santa Rosa Press
Gazette is looking to publish
youth and community sports
results along with league infor-
mation to help promote sports in
.Santa Rosa County.
To include your' youth or
community league please con-
tact Bill Gamblin, Santa Rosa
Press Gazette Sports Editor, at
.623-2120 or e-mail at
sports@srpressgazette.com
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Panthers slam Raiders 58-43


l Patriots drop two games as

scoring becomes a concern


By BILL GAMBLING
PG Sports Editor
Santa Rosa County is a
place the Raiders of Tallahassee
Rickards would rather soon for-
get.
Saturday Milton and
Rickards played what could
have been a preview of the
Class 4A Boys Playoffs with
Milton winning 58-43 in the
Santa Rosa County Shootout.
After jumping out to a 20
point lead at halftime 28-20,
Milton weathered a second half
that started out rather rocky.
"The third quarter was a
replay of last night," said
Milton Head Coach Tim Short,
who was referring to Friday's
loss to Port St. Joe. "We got too
relaxed, but finished the quarter
better by making it a nine point
game when Adam (Allen) sank
two free-throws at the end of
the quarter.
"Take nothing from
Rickards, they are, a heck of a
team."
During the fourth quarter
Milton finally got the lead back
to 10 points with just over two
minutes remaining when
Terrance Mitchell connected on
two free-throws to make it 49-
39, as the Raiders started foul-
ing in hopes of getting back in
the game.
The Panthers (8-2) were not
going to let that happen as they
\ enm .1 -of-16 in the final quar-
ter.
:7Defensivel. tonight we
stayed in the zone defense too
long," said Short. "But this
tournament I think we learned a
little."
After some anxious
moments Milton returned to
what worked against the fourth
ranked Radiers (7-1).
"I tell our kids teams press
to either steal the ball or speed
us up," said Short. "They sped
us up as ve shot way to quickly
in the half court.during the third


quarter.
"We were successful in get-
ting a good shot when we made
them guard us, which is what
we got back to in the fourth
quarter.
Adam Allen led the
Panthers on the night with 24
points, while teammates Jeremy
Tolbert and Mitchell added 10
each.
Tolbert also led the
Panthers with seven assists.
On Friday Milton suffered
their second loss of the season
at the hands of Port St. Joe 66-
62.
Milton took an early 14-11
lead in the first quarter and
extended its lead to seven
points at halftime 27-20.
After the halftime break the
lead stayed at seven until the
fourth quarter when Port St. Joe
outscored the Panthers 27-16 in
the final quarter for the win.
"The last four games we
have played have been very
competitive," said Short.
"Woodham, Pensacola High,
and Rickards were all undefeat-
ed when we played them and
Port St. Joe had only one loss.
"We defeated all three
teams who had yet to lose and
led Port St. Joe until the fourth
quarter."
Mitchell led Milton with 17
points,'while Allen was next
with 16.
. Jeremy Millar added 12 fol-
lowed by Tolbert with 11.
Short is now wondering
how his squad will handle
defeating, the fourth ranked
team in the state as they head to
the Glynn Academy Basketball
Tournament in Brunswick, Ga.,
starting Wednesday.
"The question as we go to
Georgia is how we handle our
success," said Short. "Will the
guys be satisfied with what they
have done by beating Rickards
or will they want to achieve
See, SHOOTOUT, Pg. B3


Milton's Adam Allen slams home two of his time high 24 points as the Panthers defeated the fourth
ranked Raiders of Tallahassee Rickards 58-43 in the final game of the Santa Rosa Shootout Saturday in
the Penather Den.
Press Gazette photo by Bill Gamblin


Lady Royals win


Christmas Tourney


1<. ~ ,- -


Pace quarterback Chris Sorce is seen throwing over the middle during' Friday nights High School All-Star
game at Emmitt Smith Field in Pensacola. The North squad won 10-0.
Press Gazette photo by Bill Gamblin


North wins defensive struggle


By BILL GAMBLING
PG Sports Editor
There was something much
more important than the 10-0
score Friday at Emmitt Smith
Field as the North Squad won
their second Pensacola Sports
Association All-Star Game.
Each young man who
stepped on the field knew this
would be one of the final
chances they would get to play
before college scouts.
And for some of the seniors
who might not get an offer to
play in college this would mark
the final game of their career.
Santa Rosa County had sev-
eral stars shine Friday as


Milton's
Emery Allen
blocked at
32 yard field
goal attempt
by John
Axley to
keep the
South of the
e bonrohaard.


T h e
South squad
thought a Allen
Chris Sorce
interception with just under a
minute remaining would be
their opportunity, but Allen's
presence once again shook
Axley.


Following a North timeout
-with 38 seconds remaining in
the first half, Axley looked to
see where Allen was prior to his
attempt at a 30-yard field goal.
Allen had moved from the
left side of the line to the right
and Axley compensated, but
just a little too much, as he was
wide right.
In the second half North
Squad Head Coach Mickey
Lindsey used his magical dry
erase board as Devon Freeman,
who led Crestview to the 5A
semi-finals, carried the ball nine
times in a drive that would earn
his the offensive MVP and
See, ALL-STARS, Pg. 3P


* Central drops
P'cola Christian
By BILL GAMBLING
PG Sports Editor
The third time was the
charm for the LadN Royals as
they won the Ja> Christmas
Tournament 36-22 o er
Central.
This \'as the second time in
three games these teams had
face each other and the first half
showed it as Jay held a 14-7
lead at halfnme
Jay came out in the second
half and took over b3 outscore
the visiting Jaguars 13-7 in the
'third quarter.
"(Autry) was the primary
reason that Jay won the game,"
said Central Head Coach Scott
Campbell. "Our inability to hit
open lay-ups did not help our
cause any.
"They just scored when
they had the chance and
stopped us defensively."
Taylor Dover and Joy
Gandy led the Lady Royals
with eight points each, while
Krista Autry was next with
seven points and 11 rebounds.
Jenna O'Kelly led Central
with five points while Jill
Massey and Daysha Enfinger
were next with four each.
On the boys side Central
took the Christmas Tourney
title by defeating Pensacola
Christian 50-41.
The Jaguars took an early
9-6 lead before extending the


Central's Paul Baggett is seen
driving for two points during the
Jay Christmas Tournament.
Central defeated Pensacola
Chirstian 50-41.


Press Gazette photo
by Bill Gamblin
margin to six at halftime, 21-15.
Keith Germann and Logan
Campbell led Central by scor-
See, TOURNEY, Pg. 3P


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Wednesday, December 21, 2005.


Sports


OUTTA' THE

WOODS Ml


SH AN D By Tony Young

Tony.Young@MyFWC.com

Florida Fish and Wildlife
'ON cO Conservation CommissiQn


End the Year with a
Bang of Holiday
Hunting Traditions

There finally is a chill in the air
and a certain festiveness as most of
us try to take time off from work to
enjoy spending quality time with
family and friends and reflecting
on the passing year. Children will
be out of school on winter break
soon, and as the holiday season is
upon us, so are several traditional
hunting opportunities.

The second phase of duck and
coot season comes in statewide
Dec. 10 and runs through Jan. 29.
The second phase of canvasback
season also opens Dec. 10 but only
lasts three weeks until Dec. 30. In
addition to the usual hunting
license and permit requirements,
duck hunters also must have a
Florida waterfowl permit ($3) and
a federal duck stamp ($15).

The daily bag limit on ducks is
six, but you need to know your
ducks before you pull the trigger,
because there are different daily
limits for each species. For
instance, within that six-bird limit
there>can; only be one black duck,
one rmottled duck, one fulvous
: whistling-duck. one pintail and one
canvasback (but only during can-
vasback season). Only two of your
six-bird limit can be redheads,
wood ducks or scaup; and you may
have only four scoters or mallards
(of which only two can be female)
in your bag. All other species of
ducks may. be taken up to the six-
bird.limit, except harlequin ducks.
Taking or attempting to take harle-
quins is illegal. The daily limit on
coots is 15, and there is a five-bird
limit on mergansers, only one of
which may be hooded.


When hunting waterfowl,
hunters may only use non-toxic
shotgun shells. In fact, it's illegal
for waterfowl hunters to possess
lead shot. Only steel, tin or tung-
sten-alloy are permissible.

For something different, try
woodcock hunting. Woodcock sea-
son runs Dec. 17 Jan. 15.
Woodcocks are excellent game
birds, because they hold wyell for
pointing bird dogs and provide a
challenging shot when flushed.
The daily bag limit is three.

The third phase of mourning and
white-winged dove season opens
Dec. 10 and runs through Jan. 8.
There is a 12-bird daily bag limit
on doves, which includes no more
than four white-winged doves.

Shooting hours for all migratory
birds are one-half hour before sun-
rise to sunset. You must get a no-
cost migratory bird permit before
you hunt any of these birds. All
you have to do to get the permit is
answer a couple of questions when
you purchase your hunting license.

The only firearm you are
allowed to hunt these migratory
game birds with is a shotgun, no
larger than 10-gauge. Shotguns
must be plugged to a three-shell
capacity (magazine and chamber
combined). Bows also are legal.

Retrievers and bird dogs can be
useful in hunting migratory game
birds. Artificial decoys, as well as
manual or mouth-operated bird
calls, also are legal and essential
gear for duck hunters.

You may hunt migratory game
birds over an agricultural field, as
long as the crop has been planted
by regular agricultural methods.


However, don't even think about
"sweetening" the field by scatter-
ing agricultural products over it -
or anywhere near it -- or you could
wind up in serious trouble. It
doesn't matter if you aren't the one
who scattered the bait. If you
knew or should have known that
such bait was present, you are
accountable under the law.

Some other things you can't do
while hunting migratory game
birds include using rifles, pistols,
crossbows, traps, snares, nets,
sinkboxes, swivel guns, punt guns,
battery guns, machine guns, fish
hooks, poisons, drugs, explosive
substances, live decoys, recorded
bird calls or sounds and electrically
amplified bird call imitations.
Shooting from a moving automo-
bile or boat, and herding or driving
birds with vehicles or vessels also
are against the law.

Bobcat and otter hunting season
is Dec. 1 March 1, and there are
no daily bag or season limits on
either species.

Like foxes, bobcats may be
chased year-round with dogs, but
possessing firearms during the
closed season between March 2
and Nov. 30 is prohibited. On a
few wildlife management areas,
bobcats and otters may not be
taken, so please consult the specif-
ic area brochure before you hunt.

Whether it's upland bird hunting
with friends and family, shooting
ducks on the pond with your
favorite lab or taking that big cat as
he slips up behind an unsuspecting
fawn, December has the hunting
opportunities you are looking for.

Here's wishing you happy holi-
days and a successful hunting sea-
son. If you can, remember to
introduce someone new to our
great sport. As always, have fun,
hunt safely, and we'll see you in
the woods!


Pace holds off


Milton 48-40


By BILL GAMBLING
PG Sports Editor


It was the tale of two half's
as Pace held on to defeat
Milton Friday 48-40.
The Lady Patriots (8-4)
took an early 13-3 lead after
the first quarter and expanded
it to 16 points at intermission,
25-9.
Milton then came out and
cut it to a nine-point lead head-
ing into the final quarter, 37-
28.
"Milton always plays us
tough and Friday was no dif-
ferent," said Pace Head Coach
Chad Rowell. "(Milton) has
got a good bunch of girls.
"We played good ball in
the first half, but allowed them
a run in the third quarter."
Erika Wright led all scor-
ers with 17 points, while


Milton's Parris Brewton was'
not far behind with 14.
In the final quarter of the
game Milton outscored Pace-,
12-11 as the Lady Patriots held,
on for the' win.
"I was proud of the way we',
iced the game down the stretch,,'
in the fourth quarter," said.,
Rowell.
In boys soccer action over
the weekend there was a battle'
of goalkeepers as Pace and Gulf-
Breeze played to a 0-0 tie at'' i
Dolphin Stadium.
Pace's Spencer Cochran had,'
10 saves for the Patriots (7-4-2),
while Johnny Miller registered
seven saves for the Dolphins'
(10-0-4) to ensure the tie.


Story written by'.
Bill Gamblin. Reach hinl'm
at sports@ stpressgazette.cotrf *


Tony Young is a media relations
coordinator for the FWC's Division
of Hunting and Game Management.
You can reach him with questions
about hunting at
Tony.Young@MyFWC.com.


Big game taken in season"

(Above) Teresa Patterson stands beside the 352 pound wild hog-
she took with a muzzleloader during a special hunt on Nov. 19:',
(Below) Justin Herrin poses with the six point buck he took on"
Nov. 20 at the Eglin wildlife Preserve.
Submitted photos,


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All-Stars

,Ccontinued From Page One
prove to be the winning touch-
,Idriwn with Pace's Chris Sorce
atithe helm.
:-Ryan Strang would add the
- extra point to make it 7-0, a far
cry from last year's 28-25 win
. b.' the North.
Strang would add to the
North lead with a 37-yard field
goal in the fourth quarter make
it 10-0.
But the biggest part of the
,game, despite the two minor
sctiffles, was the camaraderie
after the game.
For Jay's Jamie Jacobs,
who was the Royals only repre-
seixtative on the North .Squad,
he had to get to know everyone.
.'It was worth it for me,"
said Jacobs, who is hoping to
have earned some attention
from college scouts who attend-
ed practices .
*and' the
game during
the week.
"All my life
;' have
played foot-
ball \ith the
'same guys
arotind me. .
S' But the ... .,.,.
Sgys' on the ..
team made Jacobs
i me feel real-
ly welcomed and I enjoyed the
:week."
For the other Santa Rosa
SCunty representatives Pace
and Milton the rivals got to
see a different side of those they


learned to
dislike dur-
ing the regu-
lar season.
"All of
the guys
from Pace
were real
nice," said
Milton's
E m o r y
Allen .
"They were Sorce
a lot differ-
ent thpn I expected.
"We got to know each other
and played as one big family."
Sorce admitted the rivalry
was talked about, but it was no
big deal.
"All the rivalries were
dropped when we came to prac-
tice this week," said Sorce. "We
talked about the rivalry, but
started laughing about it at the
same time."
But every player from
Santa Rosa County stood out if
it was with a big run or a huge
hit.
Some at the game have
been offered scholarships, but
not all offers have been accept-
ed or player's decisions have
been finalized.
Allen is keeping quite about
his. future plans.
"I am keeping quiet and
seeing what is available to
me," said Allen, whose father
(Greg) was a standout run-
ning back at Florida State.
Allen's teammate Robert
Conrad was just excited to be


(Above) Milton's Emery Allen makes his way around the offensive as
the South squad attempted a 37-yard field goal, which Allen blocked.
(Right) Pace defensive back Brad Stickle delivers a hard shot to one
of the South squad receivers in the 10-0 victory in Friday's Penscola
Sports Association High School All-Star Game at Emmitt Smith Field
in Pensacola.


SShootout


Continued From Page One
something bigger by winning
the district and advancing in the
playoffs.
"Right now we need to play
32 minutes of basketball, which
we were close to doing at
Pensacola."
In other action this week-
end at the Pensacola Shootout:
Escambia 55, Pace.44
Offense is an art the
Patriots of Pace are still looking
to master as they fell Saturday
to Escambia County 55-44.
Pace (3-4) trailed by three
at the end of the first quarter 9-
6, before the Gators ended the
first half with a 9-4 run to lead
by eight, 21-13. .
The third quarter Pace man-
aged to trim the lead to four
points on two separate occa-
sions before the Gators extend-
ed it back to seven, 33-26.
During the fourth quarter
the Patriots-were forced to foul
in hopes of getting back into the
game, but Escambia pulled
away by hitting their free
throws.
"The guys played very
hard, but we just didn't shoot
the .ball very well," said Pace
Head Coach Jim. Sessions. "We
had open shots, but we couldn't
hit them and we couldn't hit our
free throws.
"You have got to do that as
a team if your want to win."
Pace was led on the night
by David Quesda's 12 points.
On Friday the Patriots dug
itself a hole in the third quarter
they just couldn't recover from
and lost to Mosley 47-44.
Pace won or tied every
quarter except for the third
quarter where the Dolphins
outscored Pace 15-4.
"The third quarter just did
us in," said Sessions. "The last
two nights we have held teams
to the 40's and Ifeel we should
be able to score at least 50.


"Escambia was going to
finish in the 40's until we start-
ed fouling at the end of the
game."
Defensively Sessions has
no complaints.
"We are living up to our
ability defensively," said
Sessions. "As far as offense
goes you can't dial up an
answer.
"We are getting good shots,
we just have to be able to hit
them."
Eric Kroll and Brad
Pearson led Pace with 10 points
each.,
Malone 58, Jay 49
Malone took advantage of
the Royals who were playing
their third game in as many
days to win 58-49 in the Santa
Rosa Shootout Saturday at
Central.
Jay (3-3) came out strong
and took a quick 13-10 lead
after the first quarter.
Malone took a one-point
lead into the locker rooms at
halftime, 25-24.
"This was one of our better
games," said Jay Head Coach
Lance Youngblood. "Malone is
a real good team who hit their
free-throws down the stretch.
"Our guys played with a lot
of intensity and I am real please
about that.


Malone came out and built
their lead to five in the third
quarter and continued to pull
away in the fourth.
Greg Nelson led Jay with
13 points, while Brandt
Hendricks was next with 12.
Catholic 72, Central 25
Pensacola Catholic
swarmed the Central Jaguars at
home Saturday in the second
day of the Santa Rosa Shootout
72-25.
The Crusaders held the
Jaguars to.just one point in the
first quarter and continued their
defensive pressure prior to half-
time to lead 45-9.
"We just didn't show up
ready to play," said Central
Head Coach Tony McDonald.
"And that is something you
can't do against a good team
like Catholic.
Central. held their own in
the third quarter, but the
Crusaders went on to add 10
more points to their lead in the
final quarter by outscoring the
Jaguars 16-6.
Keith Germann led Central
with 11 points as they played
their third game in as many
days.
Story written by
Bill Gamblin. Reach him
at sports@srpressgazette.com


Tourney


Pace's David Quesada shoots for two of his team high points amid a pack of Escambia Gators Saturday
At the Santa Rosa Shootout.
Press Gazette photo by Bill Gamblin


Continued From Page One
ing 22 and 17 points respec-
tively as they continued
pulling away in the final quar-
ter.
"We played very well,"
said Central Head Coach
Tony McDonald. "Keith and
Logan did a great job on the
boards, while Justin Morris
and Brandon Hoyt kept PCA's
two guards from getting good
looks at the basket."
Germann and Campbell
finished the night with double
doubles as they grabbed 11
and 10 rebounds respectively,
while earning all tournament


team honors along Hoyt.
In the consolation game
Jay sent Northview back
home unhappy as they were
on the short end of a 42-37
loss.
Both teams were evenly
matched and were tied at 10
after the first quarter, but Jay
went to work and slowly
pulled away as they led by
one at halftime 17-16.
"We started out slow,"
said Jay Head Coach. Lance
Youngblood. "But we-got bet-
ter as the game went along
and started making our shots
at the end.


"I am very please as we
are starting to see a lot of
improvement and I feel we
will be ready for -district
play."
Greg Nelson and Jack
Randolf finished the night by
leading the Royals with 10
points each.
Michael Wade, who
grabbed 10 rebounds in the
victory, was named to the all
tourney team.

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


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PUBLISHER'S
NOTICE
Milton Newspapers,
Inc. (dba The Santa
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ance. Submission of
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does not constitute
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Medical
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license required.'

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Medical Records
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wpm,- Microsoft
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lent customer serv-
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skills, detail orient-
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stress situations.
Medical terminology
preferred. Must be
able to work eve-
ning, weekend and
holiday shifts.

Baptist Jay Hospital
Human Resources
14114 Alabama St.
Jay, Florida 32565
Phone: 850-6751
8069 Fax: 850-675-
8026


114
Medical
SATELLITE TECH-
NICIANS needed.
No experience nec-
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& cell phone. 1-800-
292-8421.
SPECIAL BABY-
SITTER needed for
CP baby in Pea
Ridge area. 994-
5719 after 5:00 or
554-6038


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Skills/Trade
HELP WANTED-
Auto tech- tools &
experience necessa-
ry. Must be depend-
able. Drug Free
Workplace. 626-
0353.
MILLTOWN CABI-
NETS- Hiring. full
time for experienced
cabinet people. Pay
will depend on expe-
rience. Call Ron for
appointment at 602-
0747.


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83,900
86,800
81,600
90,600
98,100
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Wip'sir g"r"-L
BOWDEN QUALITY
fencing- All types of
fence, new or re-
pairs. Best rates,
Licensed & Insured.
Free estimates. Call
850-341-5391.


DOUBLE "B" Land
Clearing. Backhoe
Work. Licensed and
Insured. Bryen Bal-
lard. (850)994-5740
or (850)232-1581.
EXACT DRYWALL.
Licensed & Insured.
Locally owned & Op-
erated, reasonable
prices. All Phases of
Drywalling, Any Tex-
ture, NO MONEY
DOWN, references
available. Member
of the Santa Rosa
Chamber of Com-
merce. Roger Tootle
HM: 850-995-5090
Cell: 850-501-0519


DIVORCE $275-
$350*COVERS chil-
dren, etc. Only one
signature required!
*Excludes govt.
fees! Call weekdays
(800)462-2000, ext
600. (8am-7pm) Alta
Divorce, LLC. Estab-
lished 1977.
DIRT CHEEP
Cleaning Service.
"HOLIDAY SPE-
CIAL" One deep
clean $10 discount
with ad. Homes,
condos, offices. Call
384-2388
IRENE'S PET Care
Pet Sitting
Boarding
Dog Walking
19 yrs. in Rescue
Milton, Florida
(850)981-1007


SANTA ROSA COUNTY
HUMAN RESOURCES
EMPLOYMENT
ANNOUNCEMENT

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

ATTENTION: The information
given on your application will be
evaluated against the minimum quali-
fications 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 appli-
cations are evaluated, your name will
be placed on the employment list;
ranked accordingly.
Other than this announcement, no
further notification will be sent.
*****

Library Clerk I (3101)
Range: 6 $ 8.36 per hour:
**01/03/2006 01/10/2006**
Note: All experience and/or educa-
tional.requirements must be dearly
documented on application before
qualification for employment is deter-
mined.
Minimum Qualifications (Must Be
Attained Before the Closing Date)


HS/GED. (3) months exp working in
a library, or equivalent education or
training.

Human Resources Clerk (1018)
Range: 12 $ 9.70 per hour
**01/03/2006 01/10/2006**
Note: All experience and/or educa-
tional requirements must be clearly
documented on application before
qualification for employment is deter-
mined.
Minimum Qualifications (Must Be


Attained Before the Cl )


(3) yrs clerical exp working with
human resources/personnel matters,
including (2) yrs exp in data
entry/word processing. 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. ADDI-
TIONAL: Must submit to and pass a
thorough background investigation,
computer voice stress analyzer exami-
nation, psychological and medical
exam/drug screen.

Emergency Management Plans
Chief (1248)'
Range: 26 $ 37,403.81 $
41,286.79
**01/03/2006 01/10/2006**
Note: All experience and/or educa-
tional requirements must be clearly
documented on application before
qualification for employment is deter-
mined.
Minimum Oualifications (Must Be


ttA d Befo the Cl Date)


Bachelors degree in Environmental
Science, Political Science, Public
Administration or related field with
(1) year planning experience. All
hazards planning experience pre-
ferred; OR, Associates of Arts degree
and (3) years planning experience.
All hazards planning experience pre-
ferred. Successful completion of
Introduction to NIMS (IS700) and
Introduction to the National
Response Plan (IS800) must be com-
pleted within 90 days of employment.


315
Business Services
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.
G&E LANDSCAP-
ING AND TREE
SERVICES
Free estimates,
credits card ok.
Grading, mulching,
weeding, trimming,
new beds, old beds
redone, clean ups,
clearing stump
grinding, tree remov-
al. 850-529-5650 '


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.


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Business Services

JESSIE TEEL'S
Cleaning Service
Jessie Teel
Owner/Operator
5512 Walker Rd.
Milton, Fl. 32570
(850)983-1436
Cell: (850)516-6588
Free Estimates
Residential/
Business

LAND CLEARING/
Dozer/Tractor work
Specializing in col-
vert Installation &
Driveways. Leveling,
root raking, bushog-
ging, disking. Equip-
ment and material
transport available.
By the Job or by the
hour. Call for esti-
mates. Call Billy
Rogers. 850-957-
4952 or Cell 850-
261-8407.

LOCAL HOME Re-
pair. Paint, drywall,
trim & tile. Fence re-
pair & installation.
10 years experi-
ence. Contact Paul
McMullen 850-723-
9767.


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 posi-
tion. NOTE: Preference will be
given to applicants that have suc-
cessfully completed the NIMS
(IS700) and the National Response
Plan (IS800); or, for previous expe-
rience with all hazards planning.

Technical Services Librarian (3308)
Range: 30 $ 45,572.90 $
50,303.97 DOQ
**Open Until Filled**
Note: All experience and/or educa-
tional requirements must be clearly
documented on application before
qualification for employment is deter-
mined.
Minimum Qualifications (Must Be
Attained Before the Closing Date)
Master's degree in Library Science
from a University accredited by the
American Library Association and (1)
yr exp in technical services work in a
multi-library system, or (2) yrs in a
single library system.

Branch Library Supervisor III
(3303)
Range: 28 $ 41,286.79 $
45,572.90 DOQ
**Open Until Filled**
Note: All experience and/or educa-
tional requirements must be clearly
documented on application before
qualification for employment is deter-
mined.
Minimum Qualifications (Must Be
Attained Before the Closing Date)
Baccalaureate Degree from a four
year college or university, supple-
mented by an advanced degree from
an accredited School of Library
Science; (2) yrs exp in a library, (1)
yr must have been in a supervisory
capacity.
**NOTE: Applicants with public
library experience will be given
preference over other applicants.

Planner I (6037)
Range: 23 $ 32,253.19 $
35,601.49 DOQ
**Open Until Filled**
Note: All experience and/or educa-
tional requirements must be clearly,
documented on application before
qualification for employment is deter-
mined.
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
experience, or Master's degree in
Urban and Regional Planning or
related field and no experience.
LICENSE: Applicant must have a
valid State of Florida Driver's
License at the date of hire and main-
tain said license while employed in
this. position.

Planner II (6038)
Range: 25 $ 35,601.49 $
.39,297.38 DOQ
**Open Until Filled**
Note: All experience and/or educa-
tional requirements must be clearly
documented on application befoe
qualification for employment is deter-
mined.
Minimum Oualfications (Must Be
Attained Before the Closing Date)


315
Business Services
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

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


MOBILE HOME
Brokers. Major and
minor repairs. Re-
roof, patio covers,
screen rooms, level-
ing, locally owned,
operated. Free esti-
mates. 100% Fi-
nancing WAC. Call
857-1051.


315
Business Services
NEW CONCRETE
Construction
Patios Driveways
Slabs
Also Tearout &
Replace damage
concrete
(850)494-7777

NEW HOPE PAINT-
ING & WALLPA-
PERING *Drywall
repairs & patchwork
*Pressure cleaning
(homes, decks, pa-
tios, driveways &
sidewalks) *Carpen-
try work (crown
molding, paneling,
trim base & case, in-
stall cabinets & build
decks) Residential.
Interior/Exterior.
Family owned busi-
ness, over 30 years.
Call The Ericksens
today! (850)723-
2550 or 623-6034


Bachelors Degree in Urban and
Regional Planning, Environmental
Science, Architecture, Landscape
Architecture, or related field, and 2
years of relevant planning and zoning
experience, or a Master's Degree in
Urban and Regional Planning or
related field and 1 year of relevant
planning and zoning experience.
LICENSE: Applicant must have a
valid State of Florida Driver's
License at the date of hire and main-
tain said license while employed in
this position.

Planner IIH (6035)
Range: 27 $ 39,297.38 $
43,376.94 DOQ
**Open Until Filled**
Note: All experience and/or educa-
tional requirements must be clearly
documented on application before
qualification for employment is deter-
mined. ,
Minimum Oualifications (Must Be
Attained Before the Closing Date)
Bachelor's degree in Urban and
Regional Planning, Environmental
Science, Architecture, Landscape
Architecture, or related field and 4
years of relevant planning and zoning
experience, or Master's degree in
Urban and Regional Planning or
related field and 2 years of relevant
planning and zoning experience.
LICENSE: Applicant must have a
valid State of Florida Driver's
License at the date of hire and main-
tain said license while employed in
this position.

Testing will be held on Thursday,
January 12, 2006 for
Communications Dispatcher I,
Communications Specialist Trainee
and Communications Specialist I.
The APPLICANT must contact
Human Resources at 850-983-1948
to receive their assigned testing time
for the date above. All applications
and supporting documents must be
received on or before Tuesday
January 10, 2006 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 SUPPORT-
ING DOCUMENTS (i.e. diplomas,
transcripts, and/or certificates)
LISTED ON THE JOB DESCRIP-
TION/S, MUST BE SUBMITTED
BY THE CLOSING DATES NO
LATER THAN 4:30pm. DOCU-
MENTS MAY BE DELIVERED BY
US MAIL, FAX, EMAIL, OR
HAND DELIVERED. If the
required supporting documents arq
not in bhv the close date. your annl-


cation 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 accor-
dance with Florida Statutes.

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315
Business Services
STUMP-EASE
STUMP Grinding.
Most removals
$35.00. Discount for
multiply removals.
Backyard Accessible
Licensed & Insured.
Local Contractor.
Retired USN. 232-
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315
Business Services
TREES AND Roofs.
Professional tree ex-
perts, roof cover
ups, carpentry, local
in business 40
years, insurance
and license number:
RC0066546. Call
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TNT CARPORTS
R.V. & Boat covers
Buildings,
Garages.
Portable Sheds
CARPORTS
Single $595
Double $695.
12 X 41-$1295
24 X 31 $1990
Galvanized Steel
Many sizes/colors.
Financing Available
.Free delivery & setup
(850)983-2296 or
Pager 505-1867

320
Child Care

RED CROSS
Babysitter Course
Certified Teen
Available for
Babysitting. 14
years old, Mature
and Responsible.
$5.00 per hour up
to three children.
Call 525-1737.


325
Domestic
DEPENDABLE
.HOUSEKEEPER
TEN YEARS EXPE-
RIENCE. REASON-
ABLE RATES.CALL
994-6236
335
Financial Services
IMMEDIATE
CASH!!! US Pen-.
sion Funding pays
cash now for 8 years
of your future pen-
sion payments. Call
(800)586-1325 for a
FREE, no-obligation
estimate. www.us-
pensionfunding.com

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Lawn Care
CLARK'S LAWN
Care and General
Maintenance & All
Types of Tractor
Work. Licensed &
Insured. Call Mike
Clark at 626-2428.
DANIEL J. MILLHAM
PAGE'S TREE
SERVICE Trim, cut
& remove. Call 626-
2159 (if no answer,
please leave message)
FIREWOOD $50. a
load and up.


350
Senior Care


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Sewing &
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SEAMSTRESS
YEARS OF
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Alterations
Dress-making
Repairs
*Weddings
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5901 Castle Drive
Milton, FL
626-6349

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CICHON
alterations, custom
sewing, crafted are
available.
Over 40 years
experience on
sewing. For more
details or services
please contact me at
Marianne Cichon
5662 Whispering-
wood dr.Pace, Fl,
32571
(850) 994-3675
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402
Apartments
1 BEDROOM unfur-
nished apartment for
rent. Ideal for se-
niors. 623-8875
BEDROOM/ 1
Bathroom duplex,
downstairs. 1 block
from the Milton
Courthouse, 5189
Santa Rosa St.
$390mo & $P50dep
384-4361
MILTON S.GAR-
CON Point Road.
Clean 1BR/1BA w/
new washer, refrig-'
erator,countertop,
and cable TV. $550-
400. (850) 572-6352


The All New!
Jay

Apartments
FULLY RENOVATED ONE, TWO, AND
THREE BEDROOM UNITS NOW
AVAILABLE WAC.

850-623-0609i

404
Commercial
NEWLY REMOD-
ELED Office Spaces
Available for rent
$200-$250
conveniently located
across the street
from Santa Rosa
County Courthouse
Call 850-623-0208
for details
406
Homes
4201 NORTH Is-
land, Pace Comer of
Diamond St. and N.
Island 3 bed room 2
full bath Stve /Re-
frig/DW $700 Per.
month $500 dep.
New carpet, New
Roof, NO PETSI
626-8614 or 723
3042


406
Homes
ACCEPTING AP-
PLICATIONS for
rental homes in Mil-
ton & Pensacola. 3
bedroom, 1 bath.
Rent for $725 and
last. month's rent.
Deposit $500.
Phone 850-981-
9695. Leave msg.
will return call
ASAP.
EAST MILTON 2BD
Mobile home 7751
Elrod Rd. $450 per
month Call Cumbie
Realty 981-1631
FOR RENT- 3
bdrm/2 bath home,
very clean, Berryhill
area. 1 acre yard w/
shed & fence. Non-
smoker, $725
month/ $600 depos-
it. 983-0904.
FOR RENT- Brand
New Single Family
House- Country liv-
ing in Milton- 3 bed-
2 bath & office/den,
2 1/2 Car Garage.
$1,450. Mo. plus de-
posit. 850-449-2983
or 850-939-1414.
HOUSE FOR in Mil-
ton 3bed/2 ba single
car garage available
now $800 deposit
$895 a month. No
pets 98.1-0495,
leave message.
HOUSE IN Milton for
rent 3BR/ 2BA really
nice. $1000 dep.
$1000 mo. available
now. Please call
698-8337
MILTON- NEW 4
bdrm, 1. acre, all ap-
pliances. $1,250
plus deposit. Possi-
ble lease or pur-
chase. VA financing.
Call Tom (agent)
850-449-2983.
PACE-PEA RIDGE
4/2 house in con-
venient location to
school and Walmart.
20' x 10' shed. Re-
frigerator. Recently
updated, no pets.
$925 mo. with $925
security deposit.
626-3301 or (850)
225-0047
408
Land
LAND FOR SALE
Refer to
Classification
#510

410
Mobile Homes
2 TO 3 bedroom
rentals. Jay, Milton
and Pace. $400 to
$650 per month.
Call 994-5703, leave
message.
MOBILE HOME for
rent- 2 bdrm, C
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Mobile Homes
3 BDRM- 2, bath mo-
bile home on private
lot. Total electric.
$600 per 'month,
$300 deposit. No
Pets. Baycrest Re-
alty 994-7918.
MOBILE HOME for
rent- 1 bdrm/1 bath,
Pea Ridge area.
$350 per month
$200 deposit. No
pets. Baycrest Re-
alty 994-7918.
NICE, QUIET, clean
park.' Includes water,
garbage & lawn
service. Two new
2bd/ 2ba. from $500
to $600. No. pets.
255-7772.
QUIET PARK, new
2BR 2B $525 + dep.,
also 2BR 1B $425+
dep.NO PETS, Se-
niors welcome, Call,
626-1552.
414
Roommates
Wanted
ROOMMATE
WANTED- Clean,
non-smoker house
in Navarre, $550
per mo., utilities in-
cluded. Available in,
January. 936-9862.


506
Homes
Garcon 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 850-626-4897.
Call after 5 p.m.
510
Land
LAND FOR RENT
Refer to
Classification
#408
SECLUDED &
SERENE

NW of NAS Whit-
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Homes

BY OWNER
Cute Cottage
Style Home, in
Milton
3 bedrooms
1 1/2 bathrooms,
white picket
fence, flower
boxes, porch
and deck, 2 out
buildings.
$79,900. Call
(850)623-3190 or
(850)485-4439

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


512
Mobile Homes
CHARMING 48 x 28
2000 doublewide w/
'3BR/2BA, french
doors to garden tub,
all appliances & A/C
included. Very spa-
cious kitchen &
many upgrades!
Seller ... will pay
$1,200 towards
moving. $29,900.
850-572-5139.
FOR SALE-Double-
wide mobile home
on 1/4 acre. 3/2,
1,600 s.f., f/p,
$89,900. Will do
owner financing
w/$20K down. Call
Barbara Cumbie
377-6787 or 626-
.8959.
WILL GIVE away
mobile home, was
damaged by hurri-
cane. 626-8973


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zoned agricultural

* Land prop. tax
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garage, barn, shed

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* $247,239


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
BEAUFORT, SC BY
THE SEA. 4BR 3BA
CUSTOM WILLIAM
POOLE HOME IN
PRIVATE GATED
NEIGHBORHOOD.
COMMUNITY CEN-
TER, POOL, TEN-
NIS, AND LIGHTED
SIDEWALKS.
$625,000.00

(843)252-7645.
jfward@hargray.com

MURPHY, NORTH
CAROLINA COOL
SUMMERS MILD
WINTERS Afforda-
ble Homes & Moun-
tain Cabins CALL
FOR FREE BRO-
CHURE

(877)837-2288 EXIT
REALTY MOUN-
TAIN VIEW PROP-
ERTIES www.exit-
murphy.com.
NC MOUNTAIN
LOG CABIN on
mountain top, unfin-
ished inside, view,
trees, waterfall &
large public lake
nearby, no traffic,
$89,900 owner
(866)789-8535
www.NC77.com.
NC MOUNTAINS-
LOG cabin $89,900.
Easy to finish cabin
on secluded site.
Million' $$$ Views
Available on 1-7
acre parcels
$29,900-$79,900.
Free Info Available!
(828)256-1004.
560
Land
"TENNESSEE
LAKE PROPER-
TIES" Located on
pristine Norris Lake,
TVA's first reservoir.
Lakefronts, lake &
mountain views,
homes and land.
CALL Lakeside Re-
alty (423)626-5820
www.lakesiderealty-
tn.com.
ASHEVILLE, ,NC
AREA ACREAGE 1
to 8 acre mountain
view and riverfront
homesites from the
$60s. Gated com-
munity, custom
lodge. Near natural
hot springs. Don't
miss outl Call
(866)292-5762.
BEAUTIFUL
NORTH CAROLINA.
MUST SEE BEAU-
TIFUL & COLOR-
FUL FALL FOLI-
AGEI WESTERN
NC MOUNTAINS
Homes, Cabins,
Acreage & Invest-
ments. Cherokee
Mountain Realty
GMAC Real Estate,
Murphy www.chero-
keemountainrealty.c
om Call for Free
Brochure (800)841-
5868.
MOUNTAIN, LAKE,
and Vacation Prop-
erties available in
Northeast Georgia
and Western NC.
Contact Exit Realty
(877)203-5151
www.exitng.com


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560
Land
COASTAL LIVING
at it's Best- Bruns-
wick County, North
Carolina. Homes
and homesites.
CALL NOW!
(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.
ESCAPE TO YEL-
LOW TOP MOUN-
TAIN, Western NC.
Easy Access, Paved
Roads, Privacy, Gat-
ed, Awesome views!
Acreage w/creeks &
log cabin shell from
$89,900. Financing
Available.. (828)247-
0081.
FIND PEACE
FROM THE
STORMS!
Magnificent Georgia
Properties For Sale.
Timberland, Farm-
land & Recreational
*Acreage's From 3
TO 3,000*
Call PeachState at
(866)300-7653.
www.farmandtimber.
corn
GAL 2550

TENNESSEE WA-
TERFRONT Land
Sale! Direct Water-
front parcels from
only $9,900! Cabin
Package from
$64,900! 4.5 acres
suitable for 4 homes
and docks only
$99,900! All proper-
ties are new to the
market! CatLto!l-free_
--(866)770-5263 ext.
8.


560
Land
GRAND OPENING
SALE Phase 2.
Lake
View Bargains! Wa-
ter access from
$34,900 w/ FREE
Boat Slips. PAY NO
CLOSING COSTSl
Sat & Sun 12/10 &
12/11. Huge pre-
construction savings
on beautifully wood-
ed parcels at 34,000
acre lake in Tennes-
see. Enjoy unlimited
water recreation.
Surrounded by state
forest. Lakefront
available. Excellent
financing! Callynow
(800)704-3154 x
701.
MONTANA LAND
AUCTION 1/05/06:
Provides good in-
come & fantastic
wildlife habitat. +/-
1574.44 acres of-
fered in three tracts,
mineral rights includ-
ed. (406)485-2399
or (406)485-3698
www.montanalan-
dauctions.com.
NC MOUNTAIN
LOG CABIN on
mountain top, unfin-
ished inside, view,
trees, waterfall &
large public lake
nearby, no traffic,
$89,900 owner
(866)789-8535
www.NC77.com.
NEW! LAKEFRONT
ACREAGE On. the
Tennessee/ Ken-
tucky border. 1 to 6
acres from the $40s.
Incredible lake &
sunset views. Own a
private lakefront re-
treat call today.
(866)339-4966;


NORTH CAROLINA
Gated Lakefront
Communityl.5 acres
plus, 90 miles of
shoreline. Never
before offered with
%20 pre-develoment
discounts, %90 -
financing(800)709-5253
Call(800)709-5253


560
Land
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.
TENNESSEE
ACREAGE FOR
SALE Near Chatta-
nooga. Beautiful
new lakeside com-
munity. 1 to 5 acre
homesites from the
$40s. Limited num-
ber of private boat
slips. Call for appt.
(866)292-5769.
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.
WESTERN NC
MOUNTAINS North
Carolina Where
there is: Cool Moun-
tain Air, Views &
Streams, Homes,
Cabins & Acreage.
CALL FOR FREE
BROCHURE OF
MOUNTAIN PROP-
ERTY SALES
(800)642-5333. Re-
alty Of Murphy 317
Peachtree St. Mur-
phy, N.C. 28906.
www.realtyofmur-
phy.cim.

PETS &H^
ANIMALS^


704
Livestock
A PONY for your
prince or princess.
Very gentle, has
some special needs.
$250. 623-9623.
706
Livestock Supplies


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


708
Pets
FREE KITTENS- 2
Males, 8 weeks old,
1 black& white, 1 or-
ange & white. Call
for an interview.
626-0255.

FREE TO good
home, cats- female-
6 yrs old-spayed
and male- 2 yrs. old,
neutered. Inside
cats. Cat stands in-
cluded. 981-3418
leave message.
FREE TO good
home- 3 1/2 month
old &.1 1/2 year old,
both females- lab
mix dogs. 623-6602
FREE TO good
home- 6 month old
male puppy. Short-
haired, housebro-
ken, gentle. Medium
size. Call 626-9983.
GERMAN SHEP-
HERD, excellent
coat, 13 months, all
vaccination, obedi-
ent trained, $200
with accessories,
call 292-8765
GIANT PLATED
Lizard for sale. Ac-
cessories included.,
Call 418-0942 for
more information.

GREAT DANE
STUD- 7 month
old: Shows signs of
being a good ag-
gressive breeder.
Great bloodline,
AKC registered,
stud fee negotiable.
(850) 582-1551 or'
(850) 449-1878.
Leave
message.

KITTENS, ADORA-
BLE, playful, free to
loving home, litter
box trained. Call
994-7733.
TOY POODLE pup-
py- great coat, AKC,
smart, healthy.
$350. 251-943-
7339.
712
Lost & Found
PETS

LOST FEMALE
SPAYED tabby on
Kennington Circle.
Children's pet. 626-
9669.


712
Lost & Found
PETS


FOUND-
BROWN & WHITE
Male Dog in the
Guernsy Rd. Pace
area. Call 995-
5746 or 261-3598
or 261-1173.
LOST 9 month old
white & black medi-
um hair dog look like
a Springer. Spaniel.
Lost in vicinity of
Stewart St. Reward
offer. 626 6444 or
516 5445
LOST BEAGLES in
East Milton area.
Right after Dennis
near the end of July.
1 male, 1 female.
Please call with any
information 626-
2428 or 516-7983.
LOST MALE CAT
No tall, creamy
white with gray
face and blue
eyes. 623-3519

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

LOST- BOSTON
Terrier- black with
white on feet and
green collar with dog
tags. Answers to "
Little Bit". Please
call 623-6929or 981-
0808 ,

PLACE YOUR
AD HERE


804
Apparel


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


806
Appliances
FOR SALE maytag
stackable washer
and dryer exc. cond.
$225.00 side by
side. refrigerator.
$225.00

814
Furniture
TRADITIONAL
CHAIR- fabric
w/wood trim for den
or bedroom- also
coffee table mahog-
ony Queen Anne
legs. $150. for,
both.994-4875.
818
Lawn Equipment
FOR SALE- Murray
12.5 h.p., 38 in. cut
riding lawnmower
w/dump cart. New,
less than 20 hours
running time. $700.
983-2779.




820
Lumber &
Hardware
SAWMILLS FROM
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-
triescom -Free in-
formation:
(800)578-1363 ext
300N.

826
Sporting Goods
BOWFLEX SPORT
purchased in April.
Paid over $1,000,
will sell for $700.
Please call 983-
3160 after 5 p.m.
GOLF BUSINESS,
play lots of golf, play
better golf, play the
best courses, help
others through chari-
' ties, earn an awe-
some income. Call
24/7 (800)709-4684.
830
Miscellaneous
For Sale
THIS AD is for bill-
ing purposes only.
Sent papers for this
customer out of
state.


830
Miscellaneous
For Sale
BABY BASSINET,
Kohlcraft, rocks/vi-
brates $30; Baby
Clothes, girls NB 3
mo. $50 for all;
Abercrombie/Fitch
Corduroy Coat, jr.
girls, tan, XS, $40;
Craftman Garage
door Opener, new in
box, $100 -. 995-
4136 evenings or
weekends
16X8 BOX ten dou-
ble axle trailer $900
fusball, air hockey
table, mint condition
$60 a piece, electric
clothes dryer $50.
call 983 2369.


3-WEEK BUILDING
SALEI "Last
Chancel" 20x26
Now $3995. 25x30
$5700. 30x40
$8300. 40x60
$12,900. Others.
Meets 140 M.P.H.
Higher available.
One end included.
Pioneer (800)668-
5422.
ALL STEEL
BLDGS. UP TO
50 % OFF! Engi-
neered for Hurricane
Coast! Ship factory
direct for quick deliv-
ery. 24 x 30 Up to
100 x 200 Call
Now! (800) 499-
6401 Eddie.
BUILDING SALE!
"Extended 3
Weeks!" 20x26 Now
$3340. 25x30,
$4790. 30x40,
$7340. 40x60,
$11,490 Factory Di-
rect, 25 Years. Many

Others. Ends/acces-
sories optional. Pio-
neer (800)668-5422.


M


We Deliver & Install

St. Augustine
Bermuda
Bailed Pine Straw
Call us first, Save Tlinme
Call us last, Save Money
Hwy. 87 So.*Milton
626-8578


830
Miscellaneous
For Sale


Cei e'l I


Cenitipede-
St. Augustitne
Farm Direct
We Deliver 1
434-oo66 1
SAVE ON PRE-
SCRIPTION MEDI-
CINES[ Up to 90%
discount! Patent.
Generic. OTCs too.
Reliable. Safe.
Easy. Fast! Order
via internet. CC pay-
ment. US Postal
Service delivery.
www.pharmamx.co
m.

SEARS 7 1/2 ft.
Christmas tree,
with 6 ft. garland.
8 strings of lights
with star, 4 boxes
of balls, sliver and
red rope, All for
$50. 994-1079.

SEARS CRAFTS-
MAN- 10" radial arm
saw. New-never
used. paid $525,
sell for $400. 994-
6099.
THE LOWEST Pre-
scription Prices
LESS THAN CANA-
DA. Global Medi-
cines, American
Physician .owned.
(866)634-0720
www.globalmedi-
cines.net.
832
Miscellaneous
Wanted
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


PLACE YOUR AD
HERE
WANTED LATE


WANTED: LATE
model dump truck,
decent shape, pintle
hitch & air supply
plumbed to rear of
truck, Ready to
work. 850-957-4952
or 850-261-8407.


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914
Recreational
121/2 FT.TRUCK
Camper, electric
jacks, air, furnace.
$3,000.00 850-981-
1951.


834
Lost & Found
MERCHANDISE
FOUND
Boating & Fishing
equipment left be-
hind at boat launch
at bridge by the Riv-
erwalk. Please call
983-8243 to identify.



904
Cars
1993 PLYMOUTH
Sundarice, 4 dr,
needs some work.
Runs good, A/C
works. $1,500 obo.
850-582-1551.

1999 LINCOLN-
Less than 50K
miles. Extra clean,
leather. $11,000
obo. 623-9057 or
626-3380.
2001 CHRYSLER
Sebring LX Coupe
maroon, A/C, Sony
cd, 93k miles. Runs
and looks great.
Asking $6000. Call
Vicky @ 380-5783
'92 OLDSMOBILE-
A/C, runs good,
needs $40 brake
part. $700. obo.
Call 981-3800.
FOR SALE 2000
Dodge Stratus, SE,
good cond. Av mile-
age for year, ideal
for students high
school and college.
priced right,' $4365.
Call 623-6494.
FOR SALE 2002
Mercury villager Mini
Van less than 66k
miles, like new.
$10,000 OBO. Call
292-1234

906
Boats
14' STEEL boat
trailer $100.00.
1957 10 hp Johnson
Outboard Motor
$100.00. 983-1436.


922
Other
1998 AEROLITE 30"'
trailer clean, non-,
smoker, pull W/SUV"
aluminum const.A
Must see $6500'
OBO 623-8869 -
SMALL CAMPER.
Dodge 318
low miles- Milton-
$3,900.
Rear window mid:-
90's Ford Ranger-.:
pick-up $60.
Call 623-0778 -


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SE
MERCHANDI I


916 .
Sport Utility
Vehicles
1985 CHEVY subur-
ban, many new
parts. $1500 PH"
777-1154
1999 EXPEDITION-
Eddie Bauer, load-'
ed. $10,000 obo.
Good condition, low'
miles. 981-9471 or
516-0271.
918
Trucks
02 FORD F250 Su--
per Duty Crew Cab,
side boxes 63,700'
mi. 96 Chev Corsica,
good cond. Engine'
needs work. Best of--
fer. Call 994-7570 or;
346-7912
1985 CHEVROLET
Truck, good work
truck, $1,000. 623-
9057 or 626-3380. -
1993 FORD F-150
truck. Automatic
transmission, air -
conditioning, only;.,
56,300 miles.,-
$4,900. 623-6849. ,
91' CHEVY S-10,-
4.3 Liter, V-6.
$2,500. 994-7286
920
Vans
1993 MAZDA Mini-.
van. V-6. Loaded.'
$3,200. 983-1436.










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Also Tearout &
Replace Damage Concrete


(850) 494 7777


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DIRT CHEEP
Cleaning Service
"HOLIDAY SPECIAL"


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$10 discount with ad
Homes Condos Offices
M& 850-384-2388


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Cleaning Service
Jessie Teel
Owner/Operator
5512 Walker Rd.
S M.ilton, Fl. 32570
(850)983-1436
Cell:(850)516-6588


Stump Grinding
Prompt Service & Professionalism
Commercial & Residential
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We can get small areas
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(36" gates) with any size
I'; ', / stump removal.


Local Home Repair


* Fence Repair Installation
* Paint Drywall eTrim sTile


10 years experience
Contact Paul McMullen )
) 850-723-9767


Above & Beyond
Tree Service


Don't wait until it's


too late


Senior & Military Discounts


Licensed
& Insured
Kevin Frey


Free
Estimates


(850)983-7820


Visiting Angels


In home
Companionship
:'.* Meals


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Light housework
Errands


Maybe, you can do It
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Improvement Projects
and Maintenance


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~ Screen Rooms ~ Leveling ~
Locally Owned and Operated


Free Estimates
100% Financing WAC
(850) 857-1051


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Installing Laimin

Renovations arMdiRepairs '
Santa Rosa Native
Licensed & Insured Handyman
Call for Quote
Office 850-994-7561
'eln 850-490-0404 ,


New Hope Painting
& Wallpapering
Interior & Exterior Resslentiai
Drywall
Pressure Cleaning
SWallpapering
Carpentry Work
Call the Ericksens today! V
723-2550 623-6084
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,.; All Phases of Drywalling Any Texture
Parnirin. Remodeling Damage Repair
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Cell: (850)501-0519


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698-8327


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Land Clearing, and all tractor,
dozer, and related services


NO JOB TOO SMALL!


c Backhoe Work '*,
.' Stump & Tree Removal "'


Hurricane Clean-up
Dirt Work
No Job Too Big or Small
Rrven Rallarrd


Call Billy Rogers for estimate
Phone: (850) 957-4952
Cell: (850) 261-8407


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AND TREE
SERVICES
FOR FREE ESTIMATES CREDIT CARDS OK
GRADING, MULCHING, WEEDING,
TRIMMING. NEW BEDS.
OLD BEDS, REDONE,
CLEAN-UPS CLEARING, STUMP
GRINDING, TREE REMOVAL.


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Directory during the month of December and
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