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Publication Date: January 18, 2006
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WEDNESDAY

January 18, 2006


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The power to 'take':


Representative Evers seeks input in curtailing use of eminent domain


jay's Michael Wade has been
named, by the Florida
Sportswriters Association, to the
iFirst Team All State squad in
Class 1A.
S See SPORTS, Page IB.
,-: Former EOC
h head dead at 68


By DEBORAH NELSON
Press Gazette Staff Writer
Should Florida's
Legislature limit local govern-
ments' power-to prevent their
ability to take private property
for economic development
projects?
The Florida Legislature's
House Select, Committee to


Protect Private Property Rights
met last Wednesday to discuss
that very issue.
Representative Greg Evers, a
Committee member, says pub-
lic input is still welcome.
.The Committee meets again
on January 23 and a proposed
bill could be ready by the end of
the month.


"...we are getting closer to a
finished product," says Evers.
"This is where the rubber meets
the road."
At issue: Florida's
Community Redevelopment
Act (CRA).
The CRA allows local gov-
ernments to declare certain
areas "blighted," and take prop-


erties for speculative, private-
profit economic development
plans.
,The CRA was designed to
improve dilapidated neighbor-
hoods.
Recently, that has included
waterfront properties-like a
pending case in Riviera Beach.
Opponents criticize the fact


They're tops in their fields:


My JEFF EVERTS
eress Gazette Staff Writer


The man who was first to
', taike the full-time responsibility
for directing Santa Rosa
County's Emergency
Management has passed away.
.Tom Roche, 68, succumbed
t6 advanced skin cancer on
SThursday after a brief stay in,
the hospital.
"He was a pioneer in mod-
-. 'ern emergency management
here in Santa Rosa County,"
"says County Public Information
,, .Officer Don Chinery.
Roche began his emergency
career in Santa Rosa County in
, "974 as a volunteer Civil
,: defense Search and Rescue
;'C-"~oordinator in the county's
t'4Aouth end.
He then took on the respon-
'"sibility of running the county'-s
:.-:".'mergency management opera-
.-.u.on in 1983 and left a legacy,
I '. hhich. officials say, will be
'.:.-hard to replace. He retired in
.,.::1999. ,
-. He is also responsible for
S the building of the county's cur-
S'rent emergency operations cen-
ter, which he described as being
,one of his greatest accomplish-
;, :ments.
S "I can't imagine how bad it
* wouldd be to deal with disasters
without that center," Chinery
says. "Our emergency manage-
ment grew by leaps and bounds,
under his direction."
Roche was also a familiar
face on Chinery's television
show.
"He would come on in early
June every year and explain to
people how to prepare for hurri-
canes," Chinery recalled.,
S,,, Roche 'was recently hon-
ored when January 5 was
deemed "Tom Roche Day" in
"'Santa Rosa County.
Roche received a standing
ovation \\hen the proclamation
was read at an emergency pre-
paredness meeting that day.
. ".', ."Tom was'at the forefront
:'.. of talking: about -things we
.... needed to make us operational-
1 reads for disasters," Chinery
said. -
"He was a good friend and
'.he will be sorely missed..
SFuneral services were held
S .esterdaN at St. Ann Catholic
SChurch in Gulf Breeze followed
bN burial at Barrancas National
Cemetery) located at Pensacola
Naval Air Station.

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Santa Rosa County Woman of the Year, Paula Lou Mapoles.


The 'Stars came out' for Chamber event


By BILL GAMBLING
Santa Rosa Press Gazette


Santa Rosa turned out to
honor its stars during the
SSanta Rosa Chamber's 69th
Annual Installation and
Leadership Awards Banquet
at NAS Whiting Field's Sikes
Hall Saturday.
With'nearly 400 people
in attendance, honorees were
recognized for their efforts in
Santa Rosa County to include
the Man and Woman of the
year, volunteers, business,
industry, and. leaders that
make up Santa Rosa County.
Awards and their winners
include:
Community Achieve-
ment Award, Santa Rosa
County Schools
Volunteer of the Year,


Kim Kato.
Business of the Year,
Hom/ade Foods.
In 1982, this business start-
ed when it's founder decided.he
needed to go back to work after
being retired at age 66 for three
weeks.
The company grosses more
than $32 million annually from
sales across the nation and
employs 35 people locally.
Industry of the Year,
Griswald American, Inc.
. Emerging Leader of the
Year, Joshua and Tiffany Durst
Officials say this husband
and .wife team has demonstrat-
ed ,"significant potential for
leadership in business or 'com-
munity endeavors."
Community Leader of the
Year, Lorraine Cathey
Cathey was a stay-at-home


mom. to nine children.
She managed .troop activi-
ties for the Girl Scouts of NW
Florida for over 200 girls,
worked the Great Gulfcoast
Arts Festival, and.Arts Council:
After moving to Milton in
1998, she embarked on a life-
changing venture of sewing and
making heirloom teddy bears.
SWoman of the Year, Paula
Lou Mapoles
Mapoles is considered the
human version of the. Energizer
bunny,. Chamber officials noted
in making.the presentation.
They note she is "-onstant-
ly burning the midnight oil
because she cares and will
freely share her time, talents,
financial contributions, and
much more."
In addition, officials say she
has been a key figure in Santa


Rosa Celebrates the Arts for
nearly 20 years, the Milton
Mural Society,. Santa' Rosa
Medical Centers Women's
Advisory Committee, the
Greater Gulf Coast Arts
Festival, Riverwalk Fine
Arts Festival,; Santa Rosa
County Arts and'Culture
Foundation, Milton's Relay
for Life, Santa Rosa
Educational Foundation's
Board of, Directors; and,
implements the "Arts for
All" training program.
In addition, officials
note she still finds time to
be very active in .her
church, serving as Sunday
School teacher, Children's
Church Director, Chairman
of Vacation Bible School,
Missions chair, and much
See STARS, Page 6A.


that not every property in a des-
ignated CRA "blighted" area
must be damaged to be taken.
The House Committee is
studying ways to strengthen
Florida's eminent domain laws
to better protect property own-
ers.
Last week, the Committee
See EVERS, Page 5A.



Pace


Chamber


honors


leaders
Penn Air Federal Credit
Union and Advanced Dental
Concepts were recipients of the
large and small business of the
year awards Tuesday night at
the Seventh Annual Pace Area
Chamber of Commerce Awards
banquet.
The Farmers Opry House in
Chumuckla was packed with
Pace area business leaders and
community supporters who
took part in the annual silent
auction, dinner, awards ceremo-
ny and entertainment provided
by the Farmers Opry House.
Jimmy Cross. manager of
the Pace/Pea -Ridge-Walmart
was named Man of the Year,
while Marilyn Alverez was
named Woman of the Year.
Buffalo Rock-Pepsi was
given the President's Award and'
Martha Lyle, was recipient of
the Community Leader Award.
Outgoing Chamber
President Joe Shofner was
given the Past President's
Award and Edward M. Fortune
was honored with the Pace
Pioneer Award.
Volunteer of the Year recog-
niion went to Jim Waite, Karen
Welch and Fatima Hawkins.
Ted Dotson .accepted -the
gavel as the Chamber's new
president while Jim Waite
assumed the position of vice
president.
Mark Locklin was appoint-'
ed president elect, Mae
Cameron, secretary and Eddie
Smith as treasurer.
This year's board of direc-
tors includes Mark Cotton,
Jimmy Cross, James Hart,
Derek Jackson, Daniel Saba,
Tim Shuman, Noel Spurlock,
Dan Stewart, Tom Stewart,
See PACE, _Page 5A.


Winter tornado ravages Allentown neighborhood


By JEFF EVERTS
Press Gazette Staff W' ite i


"I heard the wind howling
louder and louder and felt the
pressure wrap around me real
tight, so I knew something was
happening."
S "I could feel the trailer
picking up and, slamming back
down."
On a stormy Friday morn-
ing, Joey Lassiter described
what went through his mind as
a tornado approached his home
and the moments of terror that
follow~ ed.
The tornado passed through
Lassiter's neighborhood of
homes on Hillary'Thompson
Road near the Allendale com-
munity late on Friday momitag
causing damage to, or destroy-
ing, virtually every home on the
street.
It was part of a severe line
of storms which passed through
the area that morning in


advance of a cold front moving
into the region.
Patsy Wright was' in her
home with her boyfriend and
one other person when the tor-
nado hit.
Her mobile home was
destroyed during Hurricane
Ivan and she had only been liv-
ing in her new home since
February.
After the tornado, Wright
finds herself once again looking
for a place to call home. Her
new abode was claimed by
Friday's event.
"I heard a sound like a train
and looked across the field and
saw things just spinning
around," Wright says.
"When.the tornado hit, we
were on the floor and some-
thing hard hit me in the head a
.couple of times. When I came
. to, I was lying on the ground
and my trailer was gone."
Wright's 'son, Steven
Thompson, was living in the


trailer in front.of his mother's.
"I saw it coming across the
field and went and, got ,under a
desk in the middle of my
house," Thompson said.


"The next time I opened my
eyes, I saw daylight."
Thompson's mobile. home
was also destroyed.
Despite his loss, his main


concern was for his mother.
"The first thing I did after
the tornado passed was look to
see what happened to my moth-
See TORNADO, Page 3A.


After last Friday's freak winter tornado, there was little left of what had once been the home of Steven
Thompson. "I got under a desk in the middle of my house," Thompson said. Many more photos of the
tornado's aftermath are on page 3A.
Press Gazette photo by Jeff Everts


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Birchmore, III, Henry Harold;
Male; 35; 4933 East Spencerfield
Road, Pace, FL; Drugs Possess Cntrl
Sub W/O Prescription, Possess
Cocaine, Narcotic Equip-Possess
And Or Use. 1/7/06
Bryan, Samantha Ann; Female;
33; 441 Race Track Rd., Ft. Walton,
FL; Possess Cocaine. 1/8/06
Burton. Jr., Timothy Scott;
Male; 19; 8100 Old Stagecoach Rd.,
Milton, FL; Probation Violation-
Felony, Drugs-Possess Cntrl Sub
W/O Prescription. 1/5/06
Carson. Jr. Bobby Ray; Male;
42; 105 Kingswood Dr., Clanton,
AL; Failure to Appear for Felony.
1/7/05
Castle. Janet Faye; Female; 39;
2149 Ortega St., Navarre,. FL;
Probation Violation-Felony. 1/6/05
Chadwick, Daisy Mae Scott;
Female; 43; 4519 Havre Way,
Pensacola, FL; Probation Violation-
Felony. 1/6/05
Freeman, Justin Lee; Male; 19;
203 Sessions St., Milton, FL;
Larceny Theft is.$300 or More But
Less Than $5,000. 1/8/05
Friday, Jason Wayne; Male; 23;
10192 Bellbrook Rd., Milton, FL;
Fugitive From Justice. 1/8/06
rommelen, Christopher
Leonard; Male; 23; 3205 Olive Rd,


Pensacola, FL; Probation Violation-
Felony. 1/6/06
Watson, James Cody; Male; 20;
1018 Chestnut Ave., Crestview, FL;
Damage Prop-Crim Mischief Over
$200 Under $1,000, Burgl of
Structure Conveyance Unarmed
W/O Person Inside (3 cts.), Larc-
Theft is $300 or More But Less Than
$5,000 (4 cts.), Burglary of
Unoccupied Dwelling, Unarmed, No
Asslt/Battery, Larc-Grand Theft
$10,000 or More Less Than $20,000,
Damage Prop-Criminal Misch Over
$200 Under $1,000, Burgl of
Dwelling Unarmed No Asslt or Batt,
Larc-Grand of Firearm. 1/8/06
Wheelis, Marshall Rodric;
Male; 22; 4306 Sunshine Park Dr.,
Milton, FL; Aggrav Batt-Offender
Knew/Or Should Have Known
Victim Pregnant (domestic vio-
lence). 1/8/06
S Williams, Stanley Dale; Male;
41; 118 Robinwood Drive, Ft.
Walton Beach, FL; Probation
Violation-Felony. 1/6/06
Peters, Justin H.; Male; 24; 167
Lewiston Rd., Gray, MA; Failure to
Appear For Felony Offense. NDG
Hesse, Jason William; male; 27;
8164 3rd Ct., Navarre, FL; Vehicular
Theft-Grand 3rd Degree. 1/7/06
Krayer, Jr., William Christian;
Male; 32; 1614 North T Street,
Pensacola, FL; Failure to Appear for
Felony Offense. 1/8/05 /
Lewis, Joseph Upton; Male; 21;
5178 Springdale Dr., Milton, FL;
Probation Violation-Felony. 1/6/06
Lirette, Christopher John;
Male; 25; 6408 Aspen Ave., Milton,
FL; Drugs-Produce
Methamphetamine, Narcotic Equip-'
Possess And Or Use, Dangerous
Drugs-Possess Buy Sell Transfer
Harmful Chemicals. 1/6/06
McDonald, John Owen; Male;
31; 5420 Greathouse Rd., Dora, AL;
Theft is $300 or More But Less Than
$5,000. 1/7/06
Peterson, Michael Van; Male;
27; 5262 Fox Run St., Milton, FL;
Probation Violation-Felony, Possess
Methamphetamine, Narcotic Equip-
Possess And or Use, Dangerous
Drugs Possess Buy Sell Transfer
Harmful Chemicals. 1/6/06
Sullivan, Anthony Jesse; Male;
46; 6058 Syrcle Dr., Milton, FL;
Drugs-Produce Methamphetamine,
Narcotic Equip-Possess And Or Use,
Dangerous Drugs-Possess Buy Sell
Transfer Harmful Chemicals. 1/6/06
Thomas, Stewart Alan; Male;
23; 85 Laurie Dr., Ft. Walton Beach,
FL; Larc-Theft is $300 or More But
Less Than $5,000. 1/6/06
Bode, Richard Cornelius; Male;
42; 1407 Sterling Point Dr., Gulf
Breeze, FL; Aggrav Battery-
Offender Knew or Should Have
Known Vict Pregnant (domestic vio-
lence). 1/7/06
Boughton. Deron Lankford;
Male; 37; 5232 Dellran Dr., Pace,


FL; Trespassing-Property Armed.
1/6/06
Deron, Walter Adene; Male; 29;
2808 Q St., Pensacola, FL; Drive
While License Susp Habitual
Offender. 1/6/06
Estep, Susan Delane; Female;
38; 6440 Ard Road, Pensacola, FL;
Probation Violation-Felony. 1/6/06
Gillman, Paul Dewayne; Male;
44; 5796 Hosea Gillman Rd., Jay,
FL; Carrying Concealed Weapon-
Electric Weapon or Device, Possess
Cocaine, Narcotic Equip-Possess
And or Use. 1/6/06
Prinzo, Cassandre Noel;
Female; 31; 380.Okaloosa Road, Ft.
Walton Beach, FL; Vehicular Theft-
Grand 3rd Degree.
Slack, Anthony Jerome; Male;
33; 4512 Limit St., Milton, FL;
Damage Prop-Criminal Mischief
Over $200 Under $1,000 Subsequent
Offense, Burgl-With Asslt or Battery.
1/7/06
Brown, Christy Jo; Female; 32;
1722 Village Pkwy, Gulf Breeze, FL;
DUI. 1/7/06
Foskey, Ronald Dean; Male;
46; 1600 N. Oak St., Arlington, VA;
DUI. 1/7/06
Nickroo, Amir Blake; Male; 22;
4333 Avenida De Golf, Pace, FL;
DUI. 1/8/06
Cabrera, Carlos; Male; 47;
2910 N.W. 191st St., Miami, FL;
DUI. NDG.
Thomas, James Mitchell; Male;
45; 3201 Whitley Ln, Pace, FL;
Battery-Touch or Strike (domestic
violence), Kidnap Minor-Interfere
W/Custody. 1/7/06
Vickers, Kimberley Diane;
Female; 32; 5069 W. Spencerfield,
Pace, FL; Drugs-Possess Cntrl Sub
W/O Prescription, Narcotic Equip-.
Possess And- or Use, Evidence
Destroying Tamper with or Fabricate
Physical. 1/7/06
Faulk, William Earl; Male; 25;
6455 Old Bagdad Hwy., Milton, FL;
Probation Violation-Felony. 1/7/06
Bonner, Jimmy Jerome; Male;
45; 3950 Cotton Rd., Pace, FL;
Battery on Officer Firefighter EMT
Etc., Larc-Petit 1st Offense. 1/9/06
Farmer,. Charles Edgar; Male;
45; 7309 Munson Hwy., Milton, FL;
Aggrav Asslt-W/Deadly Weapon
W/O Intent to Kill (3 cts.); \ggrjv
Battery-Person. Uses a Deadly
Weapon (2 cts.), Weapon Offense-
Use Display Etc Firearm During
Felony, Weapon Offense Use
Firearm Under Influence of Alcohol,
Resist Officer With Violence. 1/9/06
Simpson II, Billy Leon; Male;
22; 6875 Birconal Ct, Navarre, FL;
Cruelty Toward Child-Infliction of
Physical or Mental Injury. 1/9/06
Walker, Chuck Braydon; Male;
30, 268 Garcon Point Rd., Milton,
FL; Burglary of Structure
Conveyance Unarmed W/O Person,
Inside, Larc-Theft is $300 or More,
But Less Than $5,000. 1/9/06


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Young, Kyle Norman; Male; 21;
7175 Wallace Dr., Pace, FL; Aggrav
Battery-Cause Bodily Harm or
Disability (domestic violence),
Battery-Touch or Strike (domestic
violence). 1/9/06
'Tele, David Charles; Male; 74;
198 De Luna Rd SW, Ft Walton
Beach, FL; DUI. 1/9/06
Payton, Clarence Oneal; Male;
22; 114 Caroline Way, Pensacola,
FL; Probation Violation-Felony.
1/9/06
Sharpe, Marshall David; Male;
32; 15163 Guidy Lane, Pensacola,
FL; Probation Violation-Felony.
1/9/06
Stubbs, Gina M; Female; 27;
8140 Airport Rd., Milton, FL;
Forgery of Alter Public Record
Certificate Etc, Pass Forged Altered
Instrument. 1/9/06
Aadreski. Donald Joseph;
Male; 51; 10071 Wood Hollojw,
Conroe, TX; DUI Alcohol or Drtgs
2nd Offense. 1/9/06
Paulsen, James Quentin; Male;
26; 1854 Abercrombie Rd., Gulf
Breeze, FL; DUI. 1/10/06
Eklund, Sean Michael; Male;
18; 3520 Victory Dr., Pace, FL;
Damage Prop-Crim Misch $1,000or
More, Burglary of Structure
Conveyance Unarmed W/O Persops
Inside. 1/9/06
Johnson, Maggie Stanfield;
Female; 42; 6112 Patricia Ave.,
Milton, FL; Failure to Appear for
Felony Offense. 1/10/06
Hamilton, Murray J Jr.; Male;
29; 5982 Herlong Dr., Milton, FL;
Failure to Appear for Felo'ny
Offense. 1/9/06
Seaton, James Cagney; Male;
41; 3006 Marcus Pt., Blvd.,
Pensacola, FL; Probation Violatidn-
Felony. 1/10/06
Keys, Donald Leon; Male; 6491
Warren Rd., Milton, FL; Drive While
Lic Suspended Habitual. 1/10/06
Poe, Adam NMN; Male; 31;
2006 Pepper Dr., Navarre, FL;
Fraud-Insuff Funds Check-Make
Utter Issue Under $150.00 (4 cts.),
Fraud-Insuff Funds Check-Obtain
Goods Services $150 or More (15
cts.), Larc-Petit 1st Degree Property
$100 to Under $300, Fraud-Swindle
Obtain Property Under $20,000,
Larc-Theft is $300 or More But Less
Than $5,000, Fraud-Fail to Redelifer
Hired Vehicle, Fraud-Insuff Funds
Check-Make Utter Issue $150 or
Over (2 cts.). 1/11/06
Godwin, Jerry Wayne, Jr.,
Male; 38; 6512 Maddox Rd., Milton,
FL; -Larc-Over $300 to Under
$5,000.
Dannelle). Jarred Lynn; Male;
22; 6556 Hunter St., Milton, FL;
Stolen Prop-Dealing In Stolen
Property. 1/11/06
Dannelley, Brandon Curtis;
Male; 26; 6556 Hunter St., Milton,
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Local


Tornado


S Contlinied Fromn Page One.
cr," Thompson says.
"When 1 saw her, I asked if'
,she was ok and she said yes."
Unfortunately for Wright
land Thompson, neither had
insurance on their home so,
'they say, they lost everything in


just a lew momentCs lime.
Next-door neighbor
Lassiter was a little more fortu-
nate. l-le had some damage to
his home, as well as those of
families behind him, but it was
repairable.
The Lassiters had already


been in contact with their insur-
ance company hy mid-after-
noon Friday-only to be told it
would be at least Wednesday
before they could get someone
to the scene to inspect the dam-
age.
Rachel Lassiter says the


tornado caught the family com-
pletely by surprise.
"A tornado will usually
come from the other direction
up the hill and then jump over
our house...this time it didn't,"
Lassiter said.
By early Friday afternoon,
the' Red Cross was on the scene
and dispensing blankets, food,
and drinks to the affected fami-
lies in the area offering some
comfort in the midst of the
shock of the day's events.
Wright summed up the
feeling in the neighborhood,
"I'm just shocked and can't
even think straight. I'm wear-
ing two'shoes that don't even
match and I don't have anything
else."
"You get up in the morning
with everything ok and every-
thing changes in an instant."
The tornado cut a path
through northern Santa Rosa
County and into Okaloosa
County, eventually causing
damage to the Baker School
where 16 students received
minor injuries.
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was scheduled to reopen yester-
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Notice Of Public Meeting

A Meeting of the Santa Rosa County Board of Adjustment will be
held on February 2, 2006, at 5:30 p.m. at the Santa Rosa County
Administrative Complex, in the Commissioners 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 to 4:30) at our office located at 6051 Old
Bagdad Hwy., Milton, Fl. The agenda is available on the Planning &
Zoning page of the County's web site at
www.co.santa-rosa.fl.us.

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Criticism is easy

Housing developments are nothing new to
Santa Rosa County, but when first released, the
news of a 10,000 home/condo development
planned for the Pace area just north of Berryhill
Road, many concerned residents began voicing
their opinions and strong opposition.
An Atlanta-based developer is designing the
massive project, said to be a "self contained" com-
munity that will include a multitude of businesses
and retail outlets, including three "professional"
golf courses.
The project is, no doubt, the largest of its kind
in our county, and comes at a time when growth is
having a serious impact on the ability to keep pace
with critical infrastructure needs.
We're already facing serious transportation
problems with no immediate solutions on the hori-
zon. Decisions lie ahead on such growth issues as
increased law enforcement, fire protection and
education.
With the issues that now face our county, many
concerned residents, especially in the Pace com-
munity, want clear-cut answers to how county
planners are going to handle the needs.
'A growing number of residents and taxpayers
are expressing serious reservations as to this mas-
sive development and are expecting county elected
officials to clearly outline what Santa Rosa County
is going to do to not only prepare for the onslaught
of newcomers, but also to say what is going to be
done about existing problems.
As we're all aware, growth continues to occur
and there is little that can be done to prevent new-
comers from wanting to live here. Their reasons
range from our excellent ;school system and good
law enforcement to the quality of life here.
To insure these qualities of our county contin-
ue to be important to all of us, it is critical that as
we grow, we deal with some of the frustrating
issues.,
We've all heard about our growth problems
from our present and past elected officials. We've
.'also listened to these very same officials point out
the financial shortfalls that are restricting imple-
mentation of needed growth-related projects.
It is viewed, in the opinion of many, that this
major development is an eye opener to our existing
problems..
We are all aware of the fact that we cannot
continue to allow development that places. enor-
mous strains on our county government without
having in place projects that deal specifically with
roads, drainage, law enforcement, fire protection
and schools.
Aside from the development and expansion of
our county's recreational needs such as communi-
ty parks, we have seen no projects implemented to
deal with the above-mentioned issues within the
last decade.
As we've previously mentioned, some of'these
. issues are Avalon Boulevard, Highways 90 and 98,
new north-south routes from Berryhill Road to
Highway 90, widening Chumuckla Highway as
well as other alternative routes that would make
Traveling our county both safer and easier.
The demands of gro" rih are placing more pres-
sure on our elected officials to initiate the neces-
sary projects that will address the issues not only
nobx. but also \wellinto.the future.
People need to not only offer criticism, but
also some constructive ideas about how to handle
our problems.


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The crookedness in Congress


FM: DONALD KAUL
Dear Editor:
A terror stalks the streets of Washington today the
like of which has not been seen here since the War of
1812 when the British invaded the city and burned the
White House.
Jack Abramoff--lobbyist, con man, swindler,
keeper of Washington's buried skeletons--is singing.
His opening number, performed in federal court
last week, was a guilty plea to charges of influence
peddling that could, and almost certainly will, ensnare
some of the leading politicians of our fair capital.
We'll know more as he continues his recital in private
to federal prosecutors,'in hopes of getting 10 years or
so knocked off his sentences.
The fear that grips the city right now is a function
of Abramoff's expertise, which is the transformation
of money intopower and vice versa. He was a leading
soldier in that army of Washington lobbyists that takes
money from corporations and doles it out to powerful
politicians in return for governmental largesse--tax
breaks, deregulation, contracts--worth many times
the cost.
If he begins to give prosecutors names and
addresses, money drops and amounts, there are going
to be a whole lot of people seeking new employment
in the next few years with some of them finding
careers in license-plate manufacture.
It couldn't happen to a nicer bunch.'
The scurrying of the rats from the decks of the
IGood Ship Abramoff has already begun. Dennis
Hastert, that tub of integrity who is the Speaker of the.,
House (our House, alas), immediately announced he
was donating all the money he has received from
Abramoff's clients to charity.
Our noble president also says he's giving his
Abramoff loot to charity, even though he has nothing
to feel guilty about. What a guy.
Tom (Greasy Thumb) DeLay,.'former House
Majority Leader and a close associate of Abramoff,
eyes heavenward, urged "everyone involved to coop-
erate in the investigation and to tell the truth." Then he
gave his Abramoff money to charity.
Even Abramoff's colleagues are treating him like
a case of. bird flu. The head of the American League
of Lobbyists objected to Abramoff being referred to as
a "superlobbyist," as he sometimes is.
"Jack Abramoff is nothing more than a super-
crook," he said.
My, my, the lobbyists are insulted. I'm amazed.
They have no shame; I didn't think they had any pride
either. Apparently, I was wrong, No\\ the\ say they're
worried about politicians shying away from "legiti-
mate" contact with lobbyists. Fat chance.
But what's wrong with a Congressperson avoid-
ing lobbyists? Where is it \\ written that our lawmakers,
who make in excess of $160,000 a 3 ear,, with riore for
the leadership, can't pick up their own luncheon
checks, pay for their own golfing vacations?
We have the spectacle of politicians coming to
Washington owning hardly more. than the clothes they
wear, and leaving with whopping bank accounts,
bulging stock portfolios and expein i\e country club
memberships.
They call it "public service" for a reason. There is
supposed to be a certain amount of personal sacrifice
involved in serving one's country, a gift a citizen
makes to his society.
These guys treat Congress like Willy Loman's
brother treated.Africa: "William, wheh I walked into
the jungle, I was seventeen. When I walked out I was
twenty-one. And, by God,' I xas rich!"
Then, when one of their bagmen gets caught with.
his hand in the till, they turn into Claude Raines, the
police.inspector in "Casablanca." %%ho. having been
on the take for years, is "shocked--sh~ocked!" to hear
there is gambling in Casablanca.
Lobbying at its highest levels is little more than
legalized bribery. It's rotting the' very core of our
democracy. Admittedly, it has some informational
function, but a lot of it is bad information. If we did


away with it altogether, we'd gain more than we'd
lose.
But first things first. As an FBI man said last
week: "With most cases, the plea is the end, but with
Abramoff, the plea is just the beginning."
I can hardly wait.

Doesn't like Alito
FM: MARTHA BURK
Dear Editor:
When most people think about women's rights
and the Supreme Court, abortion is the first thing on
the list. Though organized women's groups are vehe-
mently opposed to the confirmation of Samuel Alito
to the high court because he is almost certain to vote
Sto overturn Roe v. Wade, the right to privacy is not the
only thing on the line for women.
In nominating Alito, President George W. Bush
abandoned the idea of advancing gender fairness on
the Court after his own side hounded Harriet Meirs
into withdrawing. Conservatives feared she would
bring a woman's point of view to the bench, as have
retiring Justice Sandra Day O'Connor and the only
female who will be left standing if Alito is confirmed,
Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg.
There's no substitute for personal experience, and
both O'Connor and Ginsburg suffered sex discrimina-
tion in trying to get an education and a decent job
practicing law afterward. O'Connor was offered only
legal secretary positions after getting her law degree.
Ginsburg was asked by the law school dean what it
"felt like to occupy a place. that could :have.gone toa,
deserving man, and she was refused even an interview
for law clerk'after graduating.
The stated reason? Her gender. Those kinds of
experiences undoubtedly played a role in Ginsburg's
consistently pro-womian rulings and O'Connor's
upholding of principles: underlying women's rights in
the workplace.'
.Alito's confirmation, if it happens, could also
have profound implications'for working women, only
from the opposite, point of view. Like the other seven
men on the Court, he's never experienced sex dis-
crimination first hand, so he doesn't seeit as a prob-
lem.
His record is clear big business rules. During
his 15 years on the 3rd U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals,
he compiled a stunning record of backing corpora-
tions over workers in sex and race discrimination
cases. He has bragged that he is "particularly proud"
of his work in opposing affirmative action, and never
expressed regret for joining a militantly anti-woman
club dedicated to keeping \\ omen out of Princeton.
This mindset does not bode \\ell for female
employment rights. One case that could come before
the Court in the near future just happens to be the
largest sex discrimination suit in history,, Dukes v.
Wal-Mart.
Current and former female employees of the
nation's largest employer are seeking class-actioni sta-
tus to pursue pay and promotion discrimination
claims. They've won in lower courts, and Wal-Mart
is,, of course, appealing. If, the, case reaches the
Supremes, a vote against the women could effective-
1l torpedo female workplace rights for a generation.
Just' as the Court itself is hugely gender unbal-
anced, so is the Judiciary Committee that will hold
hearings on Alito's confirmation. Senator Dianne
Feinstein (D-CA) brings the only female perspective
among the 18 members who will vote on whether
Alito's confirmation goes to the full Senate.
I'd bet mone\ none of these 17 men have ever
experienced sex discrimination either, so the topic is
not likely to be high on their list of concerns. News
reports do say some, including the Republicans, are
very disturbed that Alito has backed the idea that
domestic spying on Americans without a court order
is OK.
SThat may be the only hope for scuttling a nomi-
nation that otherwise will be a clear defeat for women
at work.


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You Spoke Out,

Santa Rosa...
Saturday, 4:11 p.m.
This is Mildred. Two things
about the article on road improve-
ments: the old Highway 90 did
not go through Bagdad, it goes
south of Milton and turns in front
of Cook's. Also, the map was dif-
ficult to read.

Saturday, 2:17 p.m.
This is Marie in Marlboro
Village. You misprinted what I
tried to say. The people are going
out of Marlboro Village trying to
get to 89 and are making a U-
Turn to try to get there. It is very
unlawful. I almost hit two cars in
the past month. All these turn
lanes need to be fixed up. It is
ridiculous the way it is...people
are going to continue breaking the
law.

Saturday, 12:45 p.m.
It looks like the folks are
about to put on a nice play with
Night Mother. But it would be
very nice for it to be in the
Imogene. I sure hope they soon
get that building fixed up so we
can once.again enjoy events in the
historic building.
Editor's Note: Officials say
they are, indeed. working on the
Imogene. It apparently received
a great deal of damage from the
storms of the last few months..
Nevertheless, officials say the
building will be repaired in the
coming months and will reopen
to the publictt that time.

S Saturday 10:14 a.m.
We voted to take our county
wet, but I now notice the estab-
lishments have to stop selling at
midnight. That seems a little silly.
Are there any plans to change the'
laws as they regard hours of
sales.
Editor's Note: There are no
immediate plans to address these
laws. We asked officials about
this prior to the vote and they
said they would leave matters
such as this to the voters of the
area. We've heard nothing about
a vote to change the area's blue
.laws.

Thursday, 4:18 p.m.
This is Bob. I'm a resident 6f
the, City of Milton. What will it
take to get the Code Enforcement
officer to clean this mess south of
the railroad tracks? It is a disgrace
to our city.


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A large group was on hand last
week for the "groundbreaking"
of the new Pace Area Library.
Many listened as, above, Santa
Rosa County Commissioner
Tom Stewart outlined the plans
leaders have for the library.
Those present also saw an
artist's rendering of just what
the finished library should look
like (left).
Photos
submitted


Evers


Continued From Page One.
'addressed key questions on
Whether, and when, private
property should be taken, what
role, if any, economic develop-
ment projects should play.
S Property rights, advocates
'recommend any future protec-
tions apply to current cases, to
prevent a flood of takings
'before the new laws go into
effect.
"Cities across the country,
including in Florida, have been
'trying to take property before
legislative reform can be
:passed," says Institute for
-Justice attorney Dana Berliner.
S Meanwhile, the Committee
-s operating under the following
"assumptions-they're not final
recommendations, say officials,
but a set of ideas to work with:
Private property should
'inot be taken for the sole pur-
pose of creating jobs and
*enhancing the tax base of a
community.


The current definitions of
"slum area" and "blight area,"
found in the Community
Redevelopment Act, are insuffi-
cient to support takings of pri-
vate property by eminent
domain.
A new set of conditions,
necessary to take private prop-
erty, will be developed, accord-
ing to Committee draft infor-
mation.
"Slum" and "blight" des-
ignations will still apply to
Community Redevelopment
Act administrative processes,
but officials say those defini-
tions shouldn't be used to take
specific parcels within CRA
zones.
Property owners should
be compensated for loss of any
"Save Our Homes" protection.,
e Property owners should.
be able to provideia plan to cor-
rect property problems before
any takings.
The process of creating a
redevelopment area doesn't


adequately educate property
owners about the potential for
eminent domain takings.
Evers can be reached at his
email address,
greg.evers @myfloridahouse.go
v or at his office number: (850)
983-5550.
The House Select
Committee to Protect Private
Property Rights formed in
response to last year's U.S.
Supreme Court decision.
Kelo v. the City of New
London, CT, ruled local govern-
ments can take private proper-
ty...and hand it to another pri-
vate owner for economic devel-
opment projects.
The decision sparked pub-
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efforts to strengthen local prop-
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NOTICE OF CLOSED MEETING OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF

THE CITY OF MILTON REGARDING PENDING LITIGATION

Notice is hereby given that on February 6, 2006 at 3:00 p.m., immediately prior to
the Executive Committee Meeting scheduled at 4:00 p.m., the City Council of the
City of Milton will meet to discuss strategy relating to litigation expenditures and
settlement negotiations in the case of Waite Development, Inc., Douglas A.
Webster, and Jolynda II. Webster v. City of Milton. Only Council members
Councilman George "Bunny". Jernigan, Councilman Buddy Jordan, Councilman
Clayton White, Councilwoman Patsy, Lunsford, Councilman Grady Hester,
Councilwoman Marilyn Jones, Councilman Lloyd Hinote, Councilman R.L.
Lewis, Mayor Guy Thompson, City Manager Donna Adams, City Clerk Dewitt
Nobles, and City Attorney Roy V. Andrews will be present at the meeting.


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*Wenda Sullivan, Jim Waite,
!David Winkles and Sandy
:Wyatt.
This year's theme is "Pace
'-Businesses Growing With Our
Community".
, "Our banquets have always
-been a lot of fun, fellowship
a"and one of our major fund rais-
eers," says Dotson.


Besides the annual banquet
the chamber sponsors, four
fund-raising events are held
throughout the year. Proceeds
from those events go toward
chamber operation.
"My major goal in 2006 is
to concentrate on serving and
supporting our members,"
Dotson says.
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Brown.
Brown, officials note, is a
"homegrown product and a true
patriot" by serving in the.
Florida National. Guard and
U.S. Army Reserves.
Besides being a public ser-
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local and state leadership.
"He will not shy away from
a' difficult or controversial situa-
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(3) You can borrow from a friend
or relative. You already know this
is not a good idea.
(4) You can use the equity in your
home to pay. off your debts.
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have the best program.
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in writing. We will beat all offers-
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TWO, we will not increase your
rate even if you have a low credit
score,


Bledsoe.
"In a very short time,"
chamber officials note,
"Bledsoe has demonstrated his
dedication and long-term com-
mitment to the community and
county.
"Since moving to Santa
Rosa County in 2000, he has
quickly established himself as a
can-do person by taking on
projects that others have shied
away from like volunteering
with the Santa Rosa County
Chamber, chairing the Milton
Housing Authority, chairing the
Milton Cemetery Board. being
active in the Marine Corps
League as the Chaplain,
American Legion Post 78, the
Navy League of Santa Rosa
County, and a past member of
the Santa Rosa County
Republican Executive


before April 15
We don't let a computer, tell us.
what to do. We can give you a loan
when others say no even if you
have a "low" credit score.
THREE, there's an excellent
chance your loan will be approved,
We approve.6 out of 7 applicants.
And some of these people have
credit scores below 540. You have
an 86% chance of getting a loan-no
matter your situation.
Why must you call before April
15? Because you don't know what
the IRS may do after April 15. They
may garnish your wages, seize your
car or even foreclose your house.
There's no reason to owe the IRS
if you have equity in your home.
We can tell you-free of charge-
and over the phone i :.,'i qualify,
Open 7 days.
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Committee."
Fred Hunter. "Spirit of
Santa Rosa" Award, Walt
Reese.
In presenting the award,
Chamber officials noted, "Walt
Reese typifies this spirit with 24
years of Chamber service,
which includes serving on the
Board of Directors, a charter
member o the Santa Rosa Clean
Community System for 20
years; a member of Pace
Presbyterian Church. for 17
\ear' serving on numerous mis-
sions, 47 years with the Boy
Scouts ,of :America. charter
member and 21 years of sern ice
to the Sunrise Kiwanis of Santa
Rosa; 31 ears with the ARC of
Santa Rosa: 31 ears as a Naval
Academy Blue & Gold
Affiliate.
'He was the Man of the
Year in 1992 and a Hall of
Fame honoree in 1996, a 1999.
Santa Rosa County Hero for his
community service, in addition
to 30 years of active duty with
the 12,600 total hours of flight
time, as well as being a substi-
tute teacher for 21 years.'
President's Award, United
Way of Santa Rosa County.
"The United Way of Santa
Rosa County has provided"
many years of support and serv-
ice to the county in more ways
ihat wm can account-or recog-
nize," according to outgoing
Chamber President Tim
Mallon..
Organized and chartered in
1957 the United Way of Santa
Rosa County provides.agencies
with the support needed to tack-
le the issues and needs of'the
community;
See a complete photo list-
ing of awards on page lB.


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Center to hold Grand


Re-Opening after Hurricane Ivan Damage


The Young Women's
Missionary Union at First
Baptist Church in Milton, FL,
first recognized the need for a
pregnancy center in 1993. The
group wanted to provide a
Christ Centered community
involved ministry that would
offer women alternatives to
abortion while providing them
with a much needed support
during and after the pregnancy.
Later that same year, five
.women attended the Crisis
Pregnancy Center Conference
in Columbus, GA to learn how
Sto operate a center. Educated
and anxious to begin a 10 mem-
ber committee led by Margaret
Hollingsworth, held a meeting
Sand started praying for a build-
ing, a center director and fund-
ing. The other committee mem-
bers included Dr. Owen
Bozeman, the pastor of First
SBaptist, T. Sol Johnson,
Esquire, attorney; Frank Lay,
Principal of Pace High School;
Alice Guidy; Bonnie Goldfarb;
SHelen Rockenbaugh and Mary
Shirah.
First Baptist Church provid-
Sed the initial resources that
enabled the PRC to get started.
, In January 1995, the center
incorporated. Several weeks


later, Sandy Eperson, director
of the Crisis Pregnancy Center
of First Baptist Church in
Orlando, conducted a 10-Hour
Seminary, which trained 20
PRC volunteers on how to oper-
ate the center. .
On March 20, 1995 the
PRC opened its doors in a facil-
ity rent-free for the first three
months. In
June 1997 the
center made a
down payment
to purchase the
facility. And,
as funds
became avail-
able, a new
roof was put
on, the carpet
replaced and
walls removed
to make a *
meeting room.
The PRC offers free preg-
nancy testing, counseling on
baby care, abstinence educa-
tion, and if need be post abor-
tion counseling. To women who
are pregnant we offer maternity
clothing, needed baby items,
pre-natal classes and Bible
Study classes. Women can earn
"baby" dollars and are able to
shop in the baby store. The


classes are taught by an R.N. on
basic baby care, and nutrition,
infant massage, and fetal devel-
opment. Over the years the PRC
has served around 200 new
clients each year. We promote
abstinence, second virginity,
and adoptions. We do not refer
women for birth control or
abortions. If someone threatens
to have an
abortion we
will refer
them for a
free ultra
sound with a
local physi-
S-- cian who is
also a
Christian and
/ shares with
Them about
the life of
their baby.
I n
September 2004, Hurricane
Ivan took the roof off of our
building and we moved into the
building next door while reno-
vations have been taking place.
The storm ruined the interior of
the building down to the foun-
dation and God has blessed us
with volunteers who have
reframed the inside, rewired,
and reinsulated and dry-walled


ospel Sing Benefit


This FrdaN, Januar 20. Millon First Assembly of God will host a gospel sing to benefit their
up-coming missionary trip.Those scheduled to sing are New Grace. Dan Kirkland, and Stephanie
Leav'ins.The singing begins at 7:00 p.m., the church is located at 6163 Dogwood Drive,
Milton.Pastor Fred Rogers would like to invite everyone to come and bring a fnend to support this
worthy cause.For more information, please call 626-2854.



"Everything is under our power of choice, but

once the choice is made, we become the servant

of the choice."-Edwin Louis Cole


the building. Many people from
the community and local
churches have helped volunteer
to lay tile, paint and do other
odd jobs in order to complete
the renovation. We are blessed
to be supported by several local
churches, the Santa Rosa
Baptist Association, The United
Way, Knights of Columbus, The
Chaplaincy Program at Whiting
Field and many fine local busi-
ness people in the area. Our
center's financial needs are met
by the Lord through donations.
The Grand Reopening of the
Pregnancy Resource Center of
Milton will be Sunday after-
noon, January 22, from 2 to 4
o'clock p.m. at 5736 Stewart
Street. The community is invit-
ed to attend this long-awaited
event and enjoy-a short presen-
tation about the center.
If you are interested in
volunteering at our center, or in
financially supporting our
ministry please contact Mary
Shirah at 983-2730 at the
Pregnancy Resource Center of
Milton. We look forward to
helping you follow your calling
to be a part of this great min-
istry.



Locklin makes

Fall Dean's List
Heidi Locklin of Milton, is
among the Harding University
Students included on the
school's Dean's List for grades
achieved during the Fall
Semester.
The Dean's List is
published each semester by Dr.
Larry Long, Vice President for
Academic Affairs, honoring
those who have achieved high
scholarship. To be eligible, a
student must be carrying 12 or
more hours, and have an
averagescholarship level of
3.65 minimum. Locklin is a
junior majoring in early
childhood education.
Harding had a record
enrollment this year of more
than 5,900 students from 49
states and 45 foreign countries.
It is the largest. private
university.


Pregnancy


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would like to announce to the community? Are you
having a Gospel sing. Revival meeting. Bible
Conference. Festival. or maybe a special guest com-
ing to your church? Articles are free: there is no
charge for placing them on the Korerstone page.
This page comes out every Wednesday.
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previous to the Wednesday edition.
Photos are welcome. You may drop them by at the
office located at
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(850) 623-2007. or email them to
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r Ask the Preacher

S- ..a weekly column answering your questions
.with Biblical answers about life.
Dear Pastor Gallups, "As a Christian and a pastor, what
do you believe about the death penalty? Do you think it is
really a deterrent to crime?" U.Y. Pace
Dear U.Y.,
It is undeniable that the Word of God prescribes the death
penalty for certain crimes. The penalty is to be administered by
the governing authorities that are ultimately accountable to God
for the integrity in which they carry out this awesome responsi-
bility. (See Leviticus 20).
Some will argue that in the Ten Commandments, the com-
mand, "Thou shalt not murder" would prohibit a people from
exercising capital punishment. This is simply not so.. Judicial
executions were not prohibited. In fact, the same law, which
included within it the Ten Commandments, also carries clear
provision for the death penalty for certain offenses.
Capital punishment is absolutely a deterrent to crime. When
it is administered consistently, swiftly and fairly, people do
think twice before invoking this sure penalty upon themselves.
If nothing else, it certainly ensures that the person committing
the crime never commits another such crime. Also, of course,
the ominous responsibility of fairness and absolute justice.is
upon the society that uses Capital punishment.
It does NOT work as a deterrent if murderers, rapists, terror-
ists and thugs know that the 'death penalty' will probably never
really be invoked upon them and that they have an endless
maize of appeals and legal maneuvers at their disposal. As it
stands today, society most often has to pay for the horrible
effects suffered by the victims of the crime, then we pay for the
criminal's legal defense, then we pay the enormous expense of
incarceration in a prison.
Often we pay for an 'education', unbelievable medical costs
and pricey 'rehabilitation programs.' Society is triple penalized
because of someone else's lawlessness and godlessness.
The death penalty that bothers me the most though U.Y..is
the one that people invoke upon themselves when they reject the
salvation of God offered through Jesus Christ. That penalty is
eternal. I pray that everyone reading this today is born-again
through the blood of Jesus Christ who died that we might,have
LIFE!
Carl Gallups is the Pastor of Hickory Hammock Baptist Church. in Milton.
He has a Bachelor of Science degree from Florida State University, and a Master
of Divinity from The New Orleans Baptist Theological Seminary. He has been
pastor of HHBC since 1987. He serves as an International Youth Evangelist for
the Southern Baptist Convention since 1990 preaching all over the US. and
Canada. For more information about HHC, call 623-8959 or visit our website @
www.hickoryhammockbaptist.org. If you have any questions for Ask The
Preacher, send it to: Ask The Preacher, Hickory Hammock Baptist Church, 8351
Hickory Hammock Road, Milton, Florida 32583-paid advertisement


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Pace Chamber of Commerce


Pana R-A


Heritage Plaza to
Heritage Plaza brings of Wal-Mart on Hi
mixed-use convenience to There will be four
Santa Rosa County. On constructed during
Tuesday, November 29th, K.H. phase, anchored b
Properties, LLC. and Heritage firm of Gibson & J
Plaza, LLC. had groundbreak- and the engineering
ing ceremonies for a new con- Jehle-Halstead, Inc.
struction project which will fessional offices wil
blend both retail and profes- able. Negotiations
sional office development to ongoing for seven
the Pea Ridge community. The establishments, incl
groundbreaking ceremony was restaurants, a bool
attended by approximately one coffee shop. The cor
hundred twenty five guests, bines different type
including members of the Pace and professional off
Chamber of Commerce, repre- location. This type
sentatives of Loftin use development ha:
Construction, and Santa Rosa cessful in many
County Commissioners Cole, nationwide to mi
Salter and Stewart. The build- return of increasing:
ing and landscaping design was real estate.
presented at the groundbreak- Once the entire
ing. The event was catered by complete, it will oc
Nichols Seafood of Milton. six acres of property
The new Heritage Plaza will Kevin and Keith E
be a retail and office park locat- property is part of a
ed about a mile and a half east cel that has been in


ghway 90.
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the first
y the law
arvis, P.A.
g firm of
Other pro-
1l be avail-
are also
eral retail
uding two
store and
ncept com-
s of stores
ices in one
of mixed-
s been suc-
locations
maximize a
ly valuable

project is
occupy over
, owned by
Iobbs. The
larger par-
the Hobbs


family for three generations.
Keith and Kevin's grandfather,
Raymond Hobbs, was a former
Santa Rosa County School
Superintendent. He originally
purchased some of the property
in the 1930's for $1 an acre.
Later, portions of the property,
including some of the road
frontage, was sold. However,
Keith and Kevin Hobbs have
repurchased the property over
the past years, and have appro-
priately named the project
"Heritage Plaza."
Heritage Plaza Retail and
Office Park is located at 5408
Highway 90 in Pea Ridge.
Construction of the initial
phase will start in early 2006;
and occupation is to begin in
August, 2006. Prime retail
spaces are available starting at
1200 square feet. Leasing
inquiries should be directed to
Loftin Properties Realty at
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The Chamber held its annu-,
al Open House on December 22
at the Chamber office. Mr.
Jimmy Cross and our local
Wal-Mart sponsored the event.
Over seventy people came out
and showed their support for
the event. A big thanks goes to
the deli and bakery department
of Wal-Mart for, providing all
the tasty food. Everyone
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17th at the Farmer's:Opry.
Thank you Dr. Spurlock
for our Banquet theme,
"Pace Businesses
Growing With Our
Community". Our
Banquets have been a lot
of fun, fellowship, and one
of our major. fund raisers.
We need the help of our
members to support our
Chamber by Sponsorships,
Silent Auction Items, Door


,big thanks needs to go two vol-
unteers that made the atmos-
phere even more festive with
their decorating expertise,
thank you Mr. Al Graham of
Alien Heat and Mrs. Fatima
Hawkins .of The EscaRosa
Press. The :open house
allowed our members to meet
and greet in a relaxed social
environment. If this sounds
like an atmosphere you would


se


be most comfortable in then ',-
you should consider. the '' "
Chamber's social / networking ;, ,
events. Each month the *
Chamber holds at least. one .
networking event a month. We. 'b-'
would love for you to become
one of our guests at our next'; *
event. If you would like to
sponsor an after hours and;."1 '"
breakfast please give your
Chamber a call at 994-9633.


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Prizes' aid' participation
through purchase of tick-
ets and attending. We
have set aside 4 fund rais-
ing events throughout the
year, one each quarter.
These are to fund the oper-
ation of the Chamber, M y
major goal in 2006 is to'
concentrate on serving and
supporting our members.
Thank You!
STed Dotson


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I am very excited about
the opportunity to serve as
president of the Pace Area
Chamber in 2006. I real-,
ize that I have some big
shoes to fill as our Past
President Joe Shofner did
a great job to lead us not
only in 2005, but part of
2004. We thank you Joe.
The first undertaking in
2006 is our annual
Banquet which is January


Executive Director's Report


S2006 A New Year with new
,beginnings and new goals...
and New Year's Resolutions.
From the. Staff of your
Chamber, our resolution is to
continue to serve you, our val-
ued members with dedicated
efforts, expanded services and
continued growth. This
Chamber stands on the brink of
becoming .one of the largest
Chambers in the area. With all
the growth and new businesses


all we need is for each of you
to make one. of your New
Year's .Resolutions to become
very involved in your Chamber
during 2006. Seek out other
businesses or individuals who
are not part of your Chamber
and make every effort to bring
them in as a new member.
With help from each of you,
2006 can be the year of the
Pace Area Chamber. The staff
and Membership would like to


thank Mr. Joe'Shofner for his
long service as President and
the others on our Board for
their dedicated service. We
now Welcome Mr. Ted Dotson
as our incoming President and
his new Executive Board.
(Please learn more about them
in this issue). We expect 2006,
to be a banner
year. Don't forget those res-
olutions!


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WEDNESDAY
January 18, 2006
Section B


The Stars Turned Out

Santa Rosa County Chamber of Commerce
presents community awards for 2006


Paula Lou Mapoles was honored by the Santa
Rosa County Chamber of Commerce as the
2006 Woman of the Year.


Greg Brown was honored by the Santa Rosa
County Chamber of Commerce as the 2006
Man of the Year.


Outgoing Santa Rosa Chamber of Commerce President Tim Mallon honored the United Way of Santa Rosa
County and its Executive Director, Guy Thompson, with the President's Award during the 69th Annual
installation and Leadership Awards Banquet Saturday night aboard NAS Whiting Field.


'Santa Rosa County Schools were honored with the Community
Achievement Award presented to Superintendent John Rogers.


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Business of the Year honors went to Hom/Ade Foods, which is locat-
ed in Bagdad.


Kim Cato was all smiles after being honored as the Volunteer of the
Year by the Chamber.,


Don Salter accepts the Indursty of the Year Award on behalf of
;}Griswald American, Inc.


Lorraine Cathey was very pleased when she was awarded the
Community Leader of the Year Award.


Joshua and tiffany Durst were Hbnoed by the Chamber as the
Emerging Leaders of the Year.


Bill Bledsoe was honored for all his efforts with the prestigious Hall
of Fame Award presented by the Chamber.


Walt Reese had that special spirit which earned him the Fred Hunter
"Spirit of Santa Rosa" Award.


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Obituaries


William E. Black
1939-2006
William E. Black, age 66,
passed away Monday, January
16, 2006, at a local hospital.
He was a native of
Huntington, West Virginia and
had resided in Milton for the
past ten years. He was current-
ly employed with the Santa
Rosa County Engineering Dept
as a surveyor, and he enjoyed
woodworking.
Mr. Black is survived by his







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SERVICES, INC.


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Office (850) 623-1113 Fax (850) 623-1337
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Member NASD/SIPC


wife of 27 years,-Elizabeth
Gayle Black of Milton, FL; his
son-Timothy Black of
Proctorville, OH; three grand-
children-Billy, D.J. and Justin
Black; his parents-Carl and
Juanita Black of Barboursville,
WVA; sister, Judy (Phillip)
Ransom of Huntington, WVA;
two brothers-Rod Black of
Barboursville, WVA and Steve
(Lavonna) Black of Teays
Valley, WVA.
A memorial visitation for
Mr. Black will be 10:00 a.m.,
Wednesday, January 18, 2006,
at Lewis Funeral Home,
.Milton.

Noles, George
Jennings "Buck"
1936 -2006
"Buck" went home to be
with his Heavenly family
Sunday, January 8, 2006.
He was born in Russellville,
AL August 6, 1936. He had
resided most of his life in Santa
Rosa County. He was an Air
Force veteran of the Vietnam,
War. He retired from U.S. Civil
Service after 30 years of serv-
ice. His work after retiring was
being a cattleman and farmer,
which he loved doing. He was a
member of the Calvary Baptist
Church.
Buck was preceded in death
by his father and mother-
David and Ruth Noles; and sis-
ters-Harriet Tamborello and


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Rita Hope Noles.
He is survived by his wife of
45 years-Olivia "Shirley"
Daniels Noles of Allentown;
daughters-Pamela (Wayne)
Montgomery of Pensacola,
Treva (Joseph) Eversole of
Hollywood, MD and Melissa
Dawn (John) Johnson of
Allentown; 2 sisters-Olivia
Perkins of Franklin, AR and
Jensie Givans of Milton, FL;
and grandchildren -Ashley
Montgomery, Rachel Eversole,
Alex, Ava, Jonathan and
Brittany Johnson.
Funeral services were 2 p.m.
Wednesday, January 11, 2006
at Calvary Baptist Church with
Rev. LaDon Hall officiating.
Burial followed in the Calvary
Baptist Church Cemetery.
Active pallbearers were
Keith Jones, Dale Thomas,
Richard Thomas, Bay
LaMastus, John Tamborello,
Dane Perkins, Eddie Guy, Dirk
Simmons, Jimmy Ward,
Stephen Ward, Randolph
Sutton and Jeremy Williams.
Honorary pallbearers were
James Thomas, Ray Thomas,
Claude Davis, Bobby James,
Roy Lewis, Cecil Creel, and
Troy Beasley.
Jay Funeral Home is in
charge of arrangements.

Horn, Mattie B.
Mattie B. Horn, age 79,
passed away Tuesday, January
10,2006.


Mrs. Horn is survived by 1
son-Jeffie R. Horn; 1 daugh-
ter--Esther (William) Kerns; I
brother-Simon V. Hudson;
grandchildren-Missy Horn,
William (Cindy) Kimmons,
April Kerns, Larry (Charlotte)
Parker, Bennie (Lenore)
Kimmons, Sherry (Josh)
Holmes, Belinda (Jeremy)
Payne, Christina Kerns, Mitch
Kerns, Billy Kerns and Jennifer
Kerns; great-grandchildren -
Nikki & Sean Kimmons, Tyler
Harris, Madison Parker,
Braxton Gonzalas, Dylan &
Dalton Holmes, and Damion
Payne.
Services for Mrs. Horn were
conducted at the graveside at
Milton Cemetery, January 13,
2006 at 2 p.m. with Rev. Bill
Wright officiating.
Donnie Sowell Funeral
Home in Milton is handling the
arrangements.


Hays, Claudia
Claudia Ruth McCurdy
Hays, age 91, died on Monday,
January 9, 2006. She was a
long-time resident of Jay, FL,
and a former resident of New
Orleans. She was retired from
the Domino Sugar Company in
New Orleans. Claudia was
Protestant by faith.
She was preceded in death
by her parents-Bascom and
Lucille McCurdy;-husband-
Hugh Hays; brothers-Grover
McCurdy, Dan McCurdy,


Walter McCurdy, Bruce
McCurdy, and Rural McCurdy;
sisters-Etta Mae Hudson,
Nora Lee White, and Alma
Scanlan.
She is survived by her sis-
ters-Allie Mantel of Brewton,
AL, Faye Sullivan of Tulsa,
OK, Jeanette Henderson of
Crestview, and Annette
Applewhite of Monticello, MS;
numerous nieces and nephews.
Funeral services were 1
p.m., January 12, 2006 at Jay
Funeral Home with Rev. Earle
Greene officiating. Visitation
was held prior to the services
from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. Burial
followed at Mt. Carmel
Methodist Church Cemetery.
The family would like to
express a special thank you to
Dr. Smith and the staff at Jay
Hospital, as well as all person-
nel at Century Care Center.
Jay Funeral Home is in
charge of arrangements.

Reinhard, Lt. Col.
Edward O.
USAF (Ret.)
1922 -2005
Lt. Col. Edward O.
Reinhard, of Billings, MT., for-
merly of Pace, FL, age 84, died
at a Billings hospital, following
a brief illness, on Wednesday,
January 11,2006.
Col. Reinhard was born in
San Antonio, TX on January 5,
1922, and had resided in


Billings since 2003. He served
27 years in the Army and the
U.S. Air Force, retiring in
1970. He served as a B-17 pilot
in the Eighth Air Force, 401st
Bomb Group in England in
World War II, and flew 30 com-
bat missions over Central
Europe. Col. Reinhard's deco-
rations include the Air Medal
with four-oak leaf clusters, the.
Air Force Commendation
Medal with one oak leaf cluster
and the Air Force Outstanding
Unit Award with 2 oak leaf
clusters. He also received sev-
eral other service awards and
honorable distinctions, includ-
ing briefing Secretary of
Defense Robert McNamara
during the Cuban Missile Crisis
and being presented to His
Royal Highness, Prince Phillip,
the Duke of Edinborough.
Col. Reinhard was a mem-
ber of numerous organizations,
including the Caterpillar Club,
the 401st Bomb Group
Association (with two terms on
the Board -of Directors), the
Military Officer's Association
of America, the Air Force
Association of Missileers, the
Strategic Air Command
Museum Foundation, the Naval
Aviation Museum Foundation,
the Mighty Eighth Air Force
Museum Foundation, and was
a charter member of the World
,War II Memorial Society.
He was preceded in death by
his wife of 52 years-Virginia
Irene Reinhard, and his mother,
father arid sister.
He is survived by his three
daughters--Chris 'Reinhard
and Vicky Stephens of Billings,
MT, Candace Noneman of
Madison, AL; and. four grand-
children.
Funeral services were held
at 12 noon, Tuesday, January
17, 2006 at the Naval Aviation
Memorial Chapel, NAS
Pensacola, Interment, with full
military honors, followed at
Barraitcas National Cemetery
where Col. Reinhrrd was laid
to rest next to his wife,
Virginia.
Active pallbearers were
Steve Noneman, of Madison,
AL, Chris Buzon, of .Milton,
FL, Alan Baxter, of Brighten,
CO, Greg Henderson,. of Pace,
FL; Tim Spencer of Norfolk,
England and Bob Muchow, of
Milton, FL and honorary pall-
bearer-Russ Rasmussen, of
Pensacola, FL.
The family received friends
prior to the services.
In lieu of flowers, donations
may be made to World War II'
National Monument
Preservation Fund, American
Battle Monument Commission,
POB 96766, Washington, DC
20090-6766 or The Mighty
Eighth Heritage Air Force
Museum, POB 1992,
Savannah, GA 31402 in memo-
ry of Lt. Col. Edward O.
Reinhard.
Pensacola Memorial
Gardens Funeral Home is in
charge of arrangements.


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Community


Sacred Heart adds liff


Sacred Heart doctors will soon
have the ability to diagnose
blockages in major blood ves-
sels, including the coronary
arteries, with a fast, simple
external scan. In the near
future, for some patients, the
scan may be an easier, safer
alternative to a cardiac
catheterization procedure that
requires a flexible tube or
catheter to 'be inserted into
patient's groin and advanced
into the coronary arteries.
Sacred Heart is already
using the technology for stud-
ies of internal organs and non-
coronary blood vessels.
Because the use of advanced
CT imaging for coronary stud-
ies is new, the federal govern-
ment has not yet established
reimbursement. Once that hap-
pens in early 2006, Sacred
Heart will add cardiac studies
to the list of imaging applica-


Pensacola, FL Sacred
Heart Hospital has acquired a
new super-fast CT imaging
system that will allow physi-
cians to capture detailed, more
accurate images of the heart,
blood vessels and damaged
organs without surgery or an
invasive diagnostic procedure.'
"This advance in 64-slice
CT technology promises to be
a tremendous leap forward our
ability to diagnose vascular
diseases," said Bill
McLaughlin, president of
Sacred Heart Hospital. "This is
the next generation of CT
imaging that will very likely
transform the way we practice
medicine and spare certain
patients from. invasive proce-
dures. We are excited to be the
first hospital in our region to
offer this cutting edge technol-
ogy."
The new CT scanner means


Legals


PUBLIC NOTICE
SALE OF PROPERTY
Notice is hereby given that the
Santa Rosa County Board of
County Commissioners will
receive sealed bids for the pur-
chase of property located in
the Santa Rosa Industrial Park
.(SRIP). Approximately fifteen
(.15) acres of land located at
SRIP is up for bid. Maps
depicting the available land are
available at the Santa Rosa
County. Board of County
.Commissioners Office, 6495
Caroline Street, Milton, Florida
32570. Telephone (850) 983-
1t877.
'Te use of said land will be
limited to distribution use with
Ite employment of a minimum
n,' .,c, :,f 30 r.-.*-. .-l.:. ,- ,:
A.ln a capital ,- .,ii- llur.i ,',
idLe rn,,ge of $5 to $10 million
and paying a minimum of
125% of the County's average
S wage rate as stated'by
Enterprise Florida.
All bids must be in writing and
'delivered by hand, Fed Ex, or
rail to the Santa Rosa County
Procurement Department,
'6495 Caroline Street, Suite G,
Milton, Florida, 32570; and
must be received by 10:00
a.m., February 14, 2006; at
which time bids will be opened
and read aloud. All interested
parties are invited to attend.
Bids are to be sealed and
plainly labeled "BID SALE
'OF PROPERTY. Bids
received after the time set for
the bid opening will be rejected
arn r.iurned unopened to the

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the right to waive informalities
-in bids with or without cause,
to reject all bids, or to accept
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in the, best interest of the
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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF'
THE 1ST JUDICIAL CIRCUIT,
IN AND FOR SANTA ROSA
COUNTY, FLORIDA
Case No.: 05-684
Division: M
Khristina Morgan,


Petitioner
and
Jeffrey Pinkney,
Respondent.
NOTICE OF ACTION FOR
DISSOLUTION OF MAR-
RIAGE
TO: Jeffrey Pinkney 5700
Berry St., Milton, FL 32570
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an
action has been filed against
you and that you arere quired
to serve a copy of your written
defenses if any, to it on
Kristina Morgan, whose
address is 5921 Independence
Dr., Milton, FL; 32570 on or
before February 3, 2006, and
file the original with the clerk of
this Court at 6865 Caroline St.,
Milton, FL 32570, before serv-
ice on Petitioner or immediate-
ly thereafter. If you fail to do
so, a default may be entered
against you for the relief
demanded in the petition.
Copies of all court docu-
ments In this case, including
orders, are available at the
Clerk of the Circuit Court's
office.You may review these
documents upon request.
You must keep the Clerk of
the Clrcuit Court's office
notified of your current
address. (You may file
Notice of Current Address,
Florida Supreme Court
Approved Family Law Form
12.915.) Future papers In
this lawsuit will-be mailed to
the address on record at the
clerk's office.
WARNING: Rule 12.285.
Florida Family Law Rules of
Procedure, requires certain
automatic disclosure of doc-
uments and Information.
Failure to comply can result
insanctions, Including dis-
missal or striking of plead-
ings.
Date: January 6, 2006.
CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT
COI.IRT
CI LIUT COURT'SEAL
By: Carmen Emery
Deputy Clerk
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On January 5, 2006, Worldlink
Technologies Group, Inc., filed
an application with the Federal
Communications Commission
requesting consent to .the
assignment of license of AM
broadcast station WECM oper-
ating on 1490 kHz at Milton,
Florida, to Professional Humor,
Inc.
Michael Pfost is the sole offi-
cer, director and voting share-
holder of Worldlink
Technologies Group, Inc.
Baroness Maxine Ann
Agasim-Pere'ra of Fulwood,
SLady Sarah of Fulwood,: Lord
Elio of Fulwood, and Lady
Yaalit of Fulwood are the offli
cars, directors and voting
shareholders of Professional
Humor, Inc.
A complete copy of the appli-
cation, any amendments and
related materials, are available
for public inspection Monday
through'Friday during regular
business hours, at. 6583
Berryhill Road, Milton, FL
.32570..


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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT IN
AND FOR, SANTA ROSA
COUNTY, FLORIDA PRO-
BATE DIVISION
File No.: 57-2005-CP-398
Division: C
IN RE: The Estate of
ALICE SHERRILL a/k/a ALICE
FAY SHERRILL,
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
The administration of the
estate of Alice Sherrill a/k/a
Alice Fay Sherrill, Deceased,
File No. 57-2005-CP-398, is
pending in the Circuit Court for
Santa Rosa County, Florida,
Probate Division, the address
of which is Santa Rosa County
Courthouse, 6865 S.W.
Caroline Street, Milton, FL
32570. The names and
addresses of the personal rep-
resentative and her attorney
are set forth below.
All creditors of the decedent
and other persons having
claims or demands against
decedent's estate, including
un-matured, contingent or un-
liquidated claims, on whom a
copy of this notice is served
must file their claims with this
court WITHIN THE LATER OF
3 MONTHS AFTER THE DATE
OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION
OF THIS NOTICE OR 30
.4,~ AFTER THE DCTE OF
SERiCtE 'C* 4 ..OP. QF
THIc l ,pTICE tC1ljTHF.1
,All other creditors of the dece-
cA-rl ana ur, l rr -uori, r.a ..r..lj
claT ,, r ]t.rrn ,- .ar : 1 againil
Ur. Ml: l iiW '. l:'l
liquidated claims, must file
their claims with this court
WITHIN 3 MONTHS AFTER
THE DATE OF THE' FIRST
PUBLICATION OF THIS'
NOTICE.
ALL CLAIMS NOT SO FILED
WILL BE FOREVER BARRED.
The date of the first publication
of this NotiCe is January 18,
2006.
Attorney for Personal .
Representative:
/sl David L. Dees
David-L. Dees, Esquire'
FL Bar No.: 254975
3300 N. Pace Boulevard -
Suite 315
Pensacola, FL 32505
(850) 432-2407
Personal Representative:
/s/ Karen Jeanie Brocksome
Karen Jeanie Brocksome
4459 Swann Avenue
Pace, FL 32571
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NOTICE OF MONTHLY
MEETING OF THE SANTA
ROSA BAY BRIDGE
AUTHORITY
The Santa Rosa Bay Bridge
ajh.:,rlil, II.' conduct its regu-.
lar monthly authority meeting
at 5:30 p.m., Wednesday,
January 25, 2006, in the
Florida Department of
Transportation (FDOT)
Conference Room ,C, located
at 6025 Old Bagdad Highway,
Milton, Florida. For further
information call (850) 981-
2718.
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G.eg Brown, CFA
S Santa Rosa County Property Appraiser

: : '* Announces.
: For Your Convenience
SATURDAY OFFICE HOURS
S 9:00 AM 12:00 NOON
SIn addition td regular hours

M Both
[ Milton & Midway Offibes

January'7th thru February 25th
S To assist in exemption filing for:
HOMESTEAD EXEMPTION

i SENIOR CITIZEN EXEMPTION
DISABILITY EXEMPTIONS
AGRICULTURAL CLASSIFICATION

REGULAR OFFICE HOURS:
Monday thru Friday 8:00 am 4:30 pm
For additional information:
S(850) 983-1880 or .(840) 934-8175
or visit our website at:
www.srcpa.org


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tions for the new CT.
CT technology has mad
huge advances in recent years
said Dr. Gary Pablo, medic,
director of th
Emergency/Trauma Center
Sacred Heart. "The 64-slice C
will likely change the way w
evaluate some of th
Emergency Center patient
who arrive complaining
chest pain. By providing a non
invasive study that can quickly
distinguish blocked arteries
from normal coronary arterie
we can determine who is and
not at high risk of having
heart attack. It could save value
able time, reducing unneces
sary testing and hospital stay
and better utilizing the skills (


making technology

our cardiology staff for high CT technology can acquire 64
le risk patients." high resolution images of the
The GE LightSpeed Volume internal anatomy with each
al Computed Tomography (VCT) image as thin as a credit card.
le scanner can capture images of a These images are combined to
at beating heart in five heartbeats form a three-dimensional view
T or an organ in a second, and can of the patient's anatomy for
'e scan for whole body trauma in physicians to analyze. The new
ie ten seconds, something no VCT imaging technology from
ts other CT system can offer. And GE Healthcare is patient
of it does so without sacrificing friendly.
n- clarity it offers a spectacular New medical applications
ly snapshot of all the veins and arising from the new scanner
es arteries in the body as well as include:
s, internal organs. -The ability for physicians
is "The speed of this machine to quickly diagnose (or rule
a makes a big difference in our out) three life-threatening con-
u- ability to image the moving editions in patients who have
s- heart and with minimal risk chest pain: pulmonary
s, or discomfort for the patient." embolism, coronary artery dis-
of In a single rotation, the new ease or dissection of the aorta.


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-Evaluating blood flow in
the kidneys and blood flow to
the stomach and legs.
-In stroke patients,. the
ability to rapidly obtain images
of the blood vessels in the brain
and make timely decisions
about stroke treatments needed
during the critical first hours
after a stroke occurs.
Sacred Heart will open a
new facility in Pace in January
that includes MRI and CT
imaging technologies. For
more information on Sacred
Heart's new LightSpeed imag-
ing system, call (850) 416-
7000 or visit www.sacred-
heart.org.


State of Florida

Department of Environmental Protection

Notice of intent to issue permit


This intent to issue a permit (File No. 57-0220556-001-DF) to Carolina Holdings, LLC, The project is to fill
approximately 2.07 acres of jurisdictional wetlands for the placement of three 18 inch in diameter by 60-
foot in length culverts for three access roads and the construction of a commercial retail facility is hereby
granted unless a sufficient petition for an administrative hearing is timely filed under sections 120.569 and
120.57 of the Florida Statutes as provided below.

To offset impacts, the permitted has placed 0.73-acre of jurisdictional wetlands on site into a perpetual con-
servation easement. In addition, the permitted has purchased 2.0 freshwater-forested credits from Garcon
Peninsula Mitigation Bank, permit number 0170880-C0 1.

The project is located at the intersection of Woodbine Road (197A) and Highway 90 in Pace, north of
Highway 90 and east of Woodbine Road, Section 23, Township 01 North, Range 29 West,
Latitude/Longitude: 3035'32.94"N/87010'31.48"W, Santa Rosa County.

The procedures for petitioning for a hearing are set forth below.

A person whose substantial interests are affected by the Department's action may petition for an administra-
tive proceeding (hearing) under sections 120.569 and 120.57 of the Florida Statutes. The petition must con-
tain the information set forth below and must be filed (received by the clerk) in the Office of General
Council of the Department at 3900 Commonweath Boulevard, Mail Station 35, Tallahassee, Florida 32399-
3000.

Because the administrative hearing process is designed to redetermine final agency action on the application.
the filing of a petition for an administrative hearing may result in a modification of the permit and lease, or
even a denial of the application. Accordingly, the applicant is advised not to commence construction or other
activities under this permit/lease until the deadlines below for filing a petition for an administrative hearing,
or request for an extension of time have expired.

Under rule 62-110.106(4) of the Florida Adninistrative Code,a person whose substantial interests are affect-
ed by the Department's action may also request an extension of time to file a petition for an administration\ e
hearing. The Department,may, for good cause sho\n n. grant the request for an extension of time-Requests
for extension of time must be file with the Office of General Council of the Department at 3900
Commonwealth Boulevard, Mail Station 35, Tallahassee, Florida 32399-3000, before the applicable dead-
line. A timely request for extension of time shall toll the running time period for filing a petition until the
request is acted upon. If a request is filed late, the Department may still, grant it upon a motion by the
requesting party showing that the failure to file a request for an extension of time before the deadline was
the result of excusable neglect.

In the event that a timely and sufficient petition for an administrative hearing is filed, other persons whose
substantial interests will be affected by the outcome of the administrative process have the right to petition
to intervene in the proceeding. Intervention will be only at the discretion of the presiding officer upon the
filing of a motion in compliance with rule 28-106.205 of the Florida Administrative Code.

In accordance with rules 28-106.111(2) and 62-110.106(3)(a)(4), petitions for an administrative hearing by
the applicant must be filed within 14 days of receipt of this written notice. Petitions filed by any persons
other than the applicant, and other than those entitled to written notice under section 120.60(3) of the Florida
Statutes, must be filed \\ within 14 days of publication of the riotice or within 14 days of such notice, regard-
less of the date of publication.

Under section 120.60(3) of the Florida Statutes, however, any person who has asked the Department for
notice of agency action may file a petition within. 14 days of such notice, regardless of the date of publica-
tion..


The petitioner shall mail a copy of the petition to the applicant at the address indicated above at the time of
filing. The failure of any person to file a petition for an administrative hearing or pursue mediation as pro-
vided below within the appropriate time period shall constitute a waiver of those rights.

- Petition that disputes the material facts on which the Department action is based must contained the fol-
lowing information: \

(a) The name and address of each agency affected and each agency's file or identification number, if known;
(b) The name, address, and telephone number of the petitioner; the name, address, and telephone number of
the petitioner's representative, if any, which shall be the address for service .purposes during the course of
the proceeding; and an explanation of how the petitioner's substantial interests are or will be affected by the
agency determination;
(c) A statement of when and low the petitioner received notice of the agency decision:
(d) A statement of all disputed issue of material fact. If there are none, the petition must so indicate;
(e) A concise statement of the ultimate facts alleged, including the specific facts that the petitioner contends
warrant reversal or modification of the agency's proposed action; and
(f) A statement of the specific rules or statutes that the petitioner contends requires reversal or modification
-of the agency's'proposed action;
(g)A statement of the relief sought by the petitioner, stating precisely the action that the petitioner wishes
-the agency to take with respect to the agency's proposed action.

A petition that does not dispute the material facts on which the Department's action is based shall state that
no such facts are in dispute and otherwise shall contain the same information as set forth above, as required
by rule 28-106.301. Under sections 120.569(2)(c) and (d) of the Florida Statutes, a petition for administra-
tive hearing must be dismissed by the agency if the petition does not substantially comply with the above
requirements or is untimely filed.

This action is final and effective on the date filed with the Clerk of the Department unless a petition is filed
in accordance with the above. Upon the timely filing of petition this order will not be effective until further
order of the Department.

This permit constitutes and order of the Department. The applicant has the right to seek judicial review of
the order under section 120.68 of the Florida Statutes, by the filing of a notice of appeal under rule 9.110 of
the Florida Rules of Appellate Procedure with the Clerk of the Department in the Office of General Counsel,
3900 Commonwealth Boulevard, Mail Station 35, Tallahassee, Florida>32399-3000; and by filing a copy of
the riotice of the appeal accompanied by the applicable filing fees with the appropriate district court of
appeal. The notice of appeal must be filed within 30 days from the date when the final order is filed with the
Clerk of the' Department. Requests for review before the Land and Water Adjudicatory Commission must be
filed with the Secretary of the Commission and served on the Department within 20 days from the date
when the final order is filed with the Clerk of the Department.

The application is available for public inspection during normal business hours, 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.,
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By OBIE CRAIN
PRIME Ed/tor
Coming to terms with the
new year and all the chal-
lenges it proposes to bring
with it is not so hard a task as
I had imagined. Aside from
the weather things are actual-
ly "looking up!"
In fact, the "economic cli-
mate" for our immediate area
is downright exciting. All the
newly proposed commercial
ventures can only be good for
the healthy, structured growth
of the City of Milton, and I
can't imagine anyone in oppo-
sition.
There will always be those
who want the status quo to
remain in effect, frozen in
time, with everything remain-
ing "the way it used to be." But
that's fantasy, and we would
be well advised to confront
the changes in a.positive way,
taking them in stride, and
making every effort to see that
they sharpen rather negative-
ly impact our environment.
With the outstanding lead-
ership that Milton has. been
blessed with, its citizens are
enjoying a seemingly
unprecedented era of enlight-
enment and achievement.
And the most remarkable
thing about it is that it's being
accomplished with a minimum
of discord and negative
debate.
That's good. Not that
there's anything wrong with
wholesome, and healthy
exchanges of ideas, but doing
so in a civilized manner only
Enhances the results. There
are always enough pitfalls to
take up the slack.
With new scams appear-
ing every day and more
ingenious was to negotiate
identity theft, it's almost a full
time job just watching our own
affairs.
Unfortunately, even with
the constant warnings, there
are a lot of people falling for
these Trojan projects. Our
generation is one enamored
with an abundance of old-.
fashioned refinements, such
as courtesy, and respect for
fellow travellers, and I think
that accounts for the time we
indulge in conversations with
phone solicitors and a number
of other unsavory individuals.,
We simply don't know how,
really, to be rude.
So as we talk, we are
sometime "taken in" and
unwittingly divulge informa-
tion that we shouldn't. ,
If there's one thing I've
learned to do in the past year
or so. it's to be firm and say,
"No Thank You," and hang up
the phone. If you cut these
encounters in the bud, then
you don't have to deal with
them in the future.
In my opinion it's no more
rude to hang up the phone
When someone "insists on
continuing to talk after they've
interrupted your dinner, than it
is for them to so insensitively
abuse your privacy in the first
place. Do it more often, and
soon you ,will become com-
pletely proud of yourself!
Not everything, however is
so "rosy." With the price ,of
gasoline at the pumps on the
,rise again, an increase .in
postage rates to 39 cents for a
first class letter, milk
' approaching $5.00 a gallon,
and the cost of natural gas for
heating and cooking going
through the ceiling, it's
becoming increasingly difficult
to make ends meet, especial-
ly if you're on a fixed income.
But we're survivors. And I
don't expect that to change
Meanwhile, hang in, there
and. make the most of what
comes your way. Cheers!


By JANET PRYBYLSKI-
ROTHBART
Queen Mum

The Milton Depot was a
buzz with beautiful hues of
red and purple as members
of the Royalty of Scarlett
O'Hattitude converged on
the dining car for their annu-
al. cookie exchange
Christmas party.
There were 20 members
present carrying in trays of
homemade cookies to
share. A game of give and
take bingo was played for
wonderful Christmas gifts,
and the huge snowman and
the crystal vase were
aggressively fought over! I
went home with a beautiful
Tuscan serving platter! How
nice!
Nothing slows down
these red hatted women, but
they had a hard time keep-
ing the pace at the Redneck
Parade on December 11,
2005 in Chumuckla's
Redneck Parade.
I am certain it is now a
famous event. The participa-
tion was incredible. The
parade route was lined the
entire three miles'with chil-
dren and their families anx-
iously awaiting the arrival of
Santa Clause in a huge fire
truck and .to grab some
beads or other favors from
those who were in the
parade.
Kathy Marshall and I
decided to walk the parade.
Big mistake! The pace was


too fast for anyone to keep
up walking. We were so for-
tunate to have a float of
delightful teenagers rescue
us by giving us a ride on
their float and tying ,our
wagon to the back.
We failed to get their
names, but do want to say a
big thank you!
.We wouldn't have made
it without you! We threw
beads, candy, trinkets, angel
dolls, and flowers for the
ladies until our arms ached!
What fun it was.
Our next event is the
Annual Red Hatters' Mardi
Gras Ball. This will be held
on January 21, 2006 at the
Knights of Columbus Hall in
Pensacola. Tickets are.
$50.00 per couple, and the.
event is open to anyone
wanting to have an enjoy-
able evening ... not just red
hatters.
'This is a-gala event. The
headpieces and formals that
the gals wear are worth see-
ing. We crown a queen and
a lady in waiting. Please call
626-2833 .for further infor-
mation, or e-mail
JJPrybylski@yahoo.com.
Red hatting is a fun way
to make friends and stay
active.
It's really all about the
fun and fellowship ... not the
hat!
If you are interested in
becoming a member of an
established group or start
your own chapter, just stop
one of us when you. see us


OSKAR'S KORNER
And you are welcome to it!
By Oscar Davis

SHappy 2006! It's here, ties (I think!)? See, very few
ready or not. of you have even thought
Thisyear I am not going about it in years,,and many
to make any resolutions that have no knowledge of it at
I always break anyway. I am all. We came out of it a better
just going to look ahead and person that we were when
try to make 2006 a better we went into it.
year than 2005. Life goes on, and it is up
At my. age dwelling in the to us to make it better than it
past can be very depressing, was before. God doesn't give
not so much for what I've us problems, just chal-
accomplished, but what I lenges. I think we are all like
didn't, accomplish. At this coffee. We don't know,how
time in life it is so much eas- strong we are until we get
ier to find a reason not to do into hot water
things than to go on and do This year: we seniors
them. need to share our knowl-
It is so easy to use our edge and experience with
age as an excuse. But that is the younger generation. If we
not a reason. I think the best learn from our mistakes,
resolution we can make is some of us has a world of
just simply to say, "By the knowledge to share. My wife
grace of God. I'll make this told me that ,this is indeed
year better than last." good for most seniors, but
, Things happen that alter asked what I was going to
our life-styles a little, such as contribute!
Dennis or Ivan, but they'were I think a good thought to
just bumps in the road. Life pass on'is, "Make a good
goes bn, and we overcome, first impression because you
Remember the tornado won't get a second chance
that hit Milton in the late six- to do it again!" Ever!

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Be alert! You may have money and not know it yet!


The Internal Revenue
Service is seeking 84,290
taxpayers whose income tax
refund checks could not be
delivered in 2005. Checks
totaling approximately $73
million can be reissued as
sodn as taxpayers correct or
update their addresses with
the IRS.
In some cases, a taxpay-
er has more than one check
waiting. The average,
amount owed to each tax-
payer is $871.
"Our goal is to get this'
money back in the hands of
the people it belongs to," IRS
Commissioner Mark W.
Everson said. "Visiting
IRS.gov makes it easy for
taxpayers to see if they've
.missed a refund."
The "Where's My
Refund?" feature on the
IRS.gov Web site provides
taxpayers with information
about their refunds. It is
available from the home
page. To use it, taxpayers
enter their Social Security
number, filing status (such
as single or married filing
jointly) and the refund.
amount shown on their 2004
tax return. When the infor-
mation is submitted,
"Where's My Refund?" will
show the status of a refund
and, in some cases, provide
instructions to resolve
potential account issues.
In the case of Gulf Coast
residents affected by
Hurricane Katrina, the IRS
will expedite research into
the status of undelivered
payments and issue a
refund check when the origi-
nal is outstanding. The IRS
advises hurricane victims
who had been expecting a
refund check 'but did not
receive one to contact the
IRS on the special toll-free
Katrina disaster line at 1-
866-562-5227.

HOW TO UPDATE AN
ADDRESS WITH IRS
Generally, refund checks


can go astray for a variety of
reasons. Often, a life change
results in a change of
address, When a taxpayer
moves or changes. address
and fails to notify the IRS or
the U.S. Postal Service, a
check sent to the taxpayer's
last known address is
returned to the IRS.
Taxpayers who have
moved since filing their last
tax return can ensure the
IRS has their correct
address by filing Form 8822,
Change of Address, with the
IRS. Download the form from
IRS.gov or request it by call-
ing. 1-800-TAX-FORM (1-
800-829-3676).
Those who .do not have
access to the Internet and


think they may be missing a
refund should first check
their records or contact their
tax ,preparer; then call the
IRS toll-free assistance line'
at 1-800-829-1040 to update
their address.
To put an enid to undeliv-
ered refunds, taxpayers can
join.-more than 52 million
individuals this year who
have taken advantage of
Direct Deposit. Taxpayers
who choose this service-
receive their refunds directly
into a personal checking or
savings account.' Direct
Deposit, which also guards
against theft or lost refund
checks, is available for filers
of both paper and electronic
returns.


Scams are becoming more

and more sophisticated
Identity theft is on the rise. In one particular brand of cred-
it fraud, telephone scam artists employ various unscrupulous
means to extract your personal information so they can use it
to drain current accounts, open new accounts and obtailt
credit-all in your name.
The variety and inventiveness of the ploys these criminals
use to rob you of your well earned credit rating, money and
peace of mind are continuously growing. So how do you pro,-
tect yourself from these credit,frauds and hold onto what is
rightfully yours? Be aware of the latest scams that are out
there and ensure: that, if you are approached, you will recog-
nize the signs and thus avoid getting burned.
.Currently, for instance, identity crooks are employing all
manner of telephone scams to trick and defraud unsuspect-
ing victims into giving,up crucial details about their personal
identities.
One manifestation of this fraud involves telephone identi-
ty thieves, in the guise of credit grantors on official business,
calling people and asking them to verify address, credit
account number or other personal information.
Needless to say, you should never give out this informa-
tion to someone you do not know.
These criminals are extremely inventive and opportunis-
tic. They are adept at creating elaborate ruses aimed at con-
vincing consumers to part with their private credit data..
For example, when Y2K fears were at a fever pitch, many
identity thieves took advantage of the public apprehension
about potential Y2K-related side effects.
Capitalizing on the Y2K scare, fraud perpetrators would
call people, identify themselves as bank or financial institu-
tion employees, and request personal information for the sup-
posed purpose of updating records in order to make the orga-
nization's systems Y2K-compliant. Instead, these identity
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Red Hats, not Red Necks! Who could have missed the Royalty of Scarlett O'Hattitude In the famous Chumuckla parade

The Royalty of Scarlett O'Hattitude is on the move again! Watch your step!


The Santa Rosa Press Gazette


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What would you do if accounts are untouched. tion a criminal can steal. over the phone unless you
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Most of us have never
experienced credit fraud. As
a result, many of us may be
unconcerned about credit
fraud and believe that we're
not affected. But we are.
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Everyone
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rise. According to
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increased by 369% since
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ihe fastest growing types of
iraud, and one of the more
difficult to combat.
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By the

Numbers...
EDWARD M. ROUSE, CPA
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Please, be extra careful as
you go about selecting an
income tax preparer!


How to Protect Yourself
There are a number of
common sense measures
you can use to effectively
defend yourself against
fraudulent activity and mini-
mize the costs of credit
fraud. Here are a few:
Safeguard your
credit cards and treat them
like money.
Reduce the number
of credit cards you use, and
don't carry all of them with
you.
If a credit card bill is
late, call the customer serv-
ice number immediately.
Make sure that your mail
hasrt't been diverted to a
new address.
SReview your state-
ment carefully to make sure
all charges are accurate.
Report billing errors
and lost or stolen cards to
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OK y'all it is tax time again and I know everyone is think-
ing about how to handle the IRS. However, I think it would be
wise to consider that accountants have responsibilities in car-
rying out the business of preparing taxes. These responsibil-
Sities can be found in what is called Circular 230. This is an
IRS publication and if you care to read it go to the IRS web-
site. Along with Circular 230, Certified Public Accountants
also' must follow the Statements on Standards for Tax
.Services, which can be found at the AICPA website. There is
not sufficient space in this article to cover all of the accoun-
tant's responsibilities but here is what is required when a new
*client provides a copy of an earlier return and the accountant
-notices upon review, an error or omission on the return.
.. Section 10.21 of Circular 230 states:
"A practitioner who, having been retained by a client with
1 respeet to a matter administered by the Internal Revenue
Service, knows that the client has not complied with the rev-
:enue laws of the United States or has made an error in or
.omission from'any return, document', affidavit, or other paper
which the client'submitted or executed under the revenue
S laws of the United States, must advise the client promptly of
-the fact of such noncompliance, error, or omission. The prac-
titioner must advise the client of the consequences as. pro-
vided under the Code and regulations of such noncompli-
ance, error, or omission."
I heard you boss, so what is the tax preparer's responsi-
bility. and what is the accountant's responsibility? When all
the professional guidance is reviewed, it amounts to this:
'when a tax preparer reviews your returns and notices an
error, he must notify you of the error and advise you how to
.'correct it: It is your responsibility to decide whether to correct
S the error. The preparer cannot file an amended or a correct-
ed return without your approval. There is, a flip side to error.
detection. If an error is detected during an administrative
S hearing, such as an audit or a hearing with the IRS Appeals
'Division, the preparer must request your agreement to dis-
'close the error to the taxing authority. Once disclosure is
agreed upon. it should not be delayed to such a degree that
Ihe taxpayer might be'considered to have failed to act in good
faith or to have, in effect, provided misleading information. In
other words, the preparer has to notify the IRS of the error
Sand the notificafon has to be timely.
Most reputable accountants will work with you and thor-
- roughly review the law to provide'you with all the legal tax sav-
ings available. If an, error has been made, or your prior
accountant did not properly prepare an earlier return, a reli-
able tax professional will discuss the error with you, as well
as the proper course to correct the,error. It is possible that fil-
ing an amended return will result in a refund. It is also.possi-
'ble that redoing the entire return will turn up deductions that
Shave been previously overlooked and which are to your ben-
.efit. On the other hand if you tax preparer suggests that you
,ignore or forget about past errors then I have only one thing
to say, "RUN". Run as fast as you can and find a new tax pro-
fessional because honesty and ethics are paramount in the
'tax preparation business."
(This article is for general information purposes only and is not intend-.
ed to provide professional rax advice 'To determine how this or any other tax
.'information may apply to your specific tax satuaton, contact.your tax profes-
I sonal for more details and:counsel.)


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thieves used the information to perpetrate identity fraud
against the consumer..
As this shows, identity thieves can be very convincing.
Utilizing common knowledge about current events and
trends, these criminals devise all types of schemes and
scams that can and do, in many cases, easily fool consumers
into divulging their personal information.
Be on,the lookout for these scams and take steps to pro-
tect yourself. Never, for instance, divulge personal informa-
tion-such as bank or credit card account numbers, your
Social Security number, addresses or family.names-over the
phone or the Internet, unless you have contacted the busi-
ness yourself and are sure of its legitimacy.
No matter how plausible or official a caller might seem or
what reason they might offer for their request, if he or she ini-
tiated the call and is asking for personal information over the
phone, protect yourself by keeping your private credit.infor-
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Announces to:
Santa Rosa County's Senior Citizens!
The Santa Rosa County Board of County
Commissions has approved the Senior Citizen
Exemption, which allows an
ADDITIONAL $25,000 HOMESTEAD EXEMPTION!
If you meet the following criteria, you may qualify for an
additional Homestead Exemption in Santa Rosa County
This additional exemption is for the portion of your tax bill
associated with the Board of County Commissioners only.
*.Property owner must be 65 or older
Total adjusted household income limitations apply
Must apply no later than March 1, 2006
Must qualify for and/or currently be receiving Homestead
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School 8:30 a.m. to 2 p.m.
February 16 & 17, 2006 -
S.S. Dixon Primary School -
8:30 a.m. to 2 p.m.
February 23 & 24, 2006 -
Jay Elementary School 8:30
a.m. to 2 p.m.
February 21 & 22, 2006 -
Berryhill Elementary School -
8:30 a.m. to 2 p.m.
March 22, 2006 Locklin
Technical Center 8:30 a.m. to
2 p.m.


Early Head Start
Early Head Start is for chil-
dren from birth to age 3. For
placement at Locklin
Technical Center, the mother
of the child and/or the preg-
nant teenager must be partici-
pating in TAPP. Placement at
T.R. Jackson Center is limited
to a specific area of Milton
unless parent agrees to trans-
port the child. Home-Based
services are available for chil-
dren outside this specified
area. The Early Head Start
Program uses program grant
dollars to provide meals, den-
tal and many other services to
the child at no cost to the fam-
ily.
Head Start
The child must be three (3)
years old on or before
September 1, 2006. PRIORI-
TY WILL BE GIVEN TO
THOSE STUDENTS WHO
ARE FOUR YEARS OF AGE
ON OR BEFORE SEPTEM-
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child at no cost to the family.
Eligibility is based on:
Income, Age, Residence, and
Partnership Agreement.
Families must meet the Federal
Income Guidelines to be eligi-
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Children with Special
Needs/Disabilities are wel-
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All of the following informa-
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2-Proof of Income for ALL
family members (W-2, Cash
Assistance, all pay stubs for
the preceding month, Social
Security, Child Support,
Grants, Unemployment
Comp., etc.)


The 7th Annual Senior Expo
& Health Fair is set for May,
18, 2006 for the Santa Rosa
Medical Center/ Retired Senior.
Volunteer Program.
i The time will be 8 a.m. to 3
p.m. Reserve your booth now!
Expand your Senior Marketing
Plan, 2006 Expo will reach
3,000+ Seniors. The new loca-
tion will support greater expo-
sure and display areas.
Sponsorship choices are:
Vendor Sponsorship $300/
Prime choice of booth location,
key advertising in each news-
paper and Expo Booklet ad.
Senior Partner Sponsorship -
$225/ Selection of booth loca-
tion by reservation date, print


3-Proof of residence in
Santa Rosa County
4-If applying for Early
Head Start as a pregnant
teenager, we need your birth
certificate and statement from'
doctor verifying your pregnan-
cy and giving your expected
date of confinement.
5-If applying for Earl Head
Start at Locklin Technical
Center, we need a statement
from that center verifying your
TAPP status.
Please bring your child's
Medicaid or Health Insurance
Card.
Please bring Social Security
Numbers for all family mem-
bers.
Please be prepared to sign a
Partnership Agreement for par-
ticipation.
If you have any questions or
need additional information,
please call 983-5720, ext. 208.


advertisement 1/4 page ad size
in Senior Expo Booklet and&
proportionate ad size in news-
paper.
Advertising Partner $150/
Placement in Senior Expo Print
Ad's including newspaper and:
Senior Expo Booklet.
Business Card $100 /
Business Card ad representa-:
tion placed in Senior Expo
Booklet.
Event location: will be East
Milton Recreation Center,
8604 Bobby Brown Road,
Milton, FL
To reserve your booth, call.
RSVP-Retired Senior
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Community


Baptist presents Just Us Girls


Baptist Health Care and
the Pensacola Teen Board
are partnering to present Just
Us Girls, a healthcare semi-
nar for high school girls and
their moms. The event is
January 21, from 9 a.m. to 3
-p.m. at the Morris Eaddy
Activity Center at Lakeview,
1110 W. Lakeview Avenue in
Pensacola.
Seminar sessions are
designed to specifically tar-
get issues affecting today's
young women and mothers.
For mothers, activities
include a heart risk screen-
ing and skin care treatment,
plus a program on balancing
daily life. Teens will learn
proper nutrition and exercise
mechanisms, addressing
peer pressure and maintain-
ing healthy skin.
The cost is $10 for daugh-
ters and $15 for moms.
Lunch and opportunities to
win door prizes are included.
Complimentary cardiac risk
assessments for women ages
18 and older will be provid-


ed by HeartFirst of Baptist
Health Care. Deadline for
registration is January 18.


For more information, con-
tact Susan Sheets at (850)
469-2305.


Relay for Life

to honor Cancer survivors


The Pace event will be
held at Pace High School on
April 7 and 8. Cancer survivors
will be honored with a recep-
tion at 4:30 p.m. on April 7, fol-
lowed by their beginning the
Relay with the opening lap of
the Relay event. Family mem-
bers, caregivers, and friends are
encouraged to join us during
this celebration. This is an
emotional time and sets the
stage for 18 hours of honoring
those who are fighting and
highlights the importance of
each participant's contribution.
A festive atmosphere always
develops around the track area
at these events! As participants
make new friends and spend
time with old ones, the Relay
heats up and the camp-out
begins!


PUBLIC NOTICE
Pursuant to Florida Statutes 197.3632
(3)(a), Santa Rosa County gives this notice
that it intends to utilize the uniform method
of collecting non-ad valorem assessments.
Such assessments may be made in any
portion of Santa Rosa County and may be
utilized for road paving or construction, road
impact construction, storm water improve-
ments, fire protection, sanitary sewer con-
struction, potable water, canal mainte-
nance, street lighting, fire hydrant installa-
tion. or any other purpose authorized by
law. A public hearing to adopt a resolution
authorizing the uniform method of collecting
non-ad valorem assessments will be held
on February 9, 2006, at 9:30 a.m., in the
Santa Rosa County Administrative Center,
Commissioners Meeting Room, 6495:.
Caroline Street, Miltoj, Florida. _


Highlighting the evening is
the luminaria ceremony, held
after dark to honor cancer sur-
vivors and to remember those
who have lost the battle against
cancer. The luminaria candles
are left burning throughout the
night to remind participants of
the incredible importance of
the continued fight cancer and
the many contributions made
by everyone there!
For information on regis-
tering as a Cancer Survivor,
please contact Pat Holtman at
626-7002 or Shirley Parker at
261-8718.


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Public Notice
The Santa Rosa County Combined Federal Campaign Local Federal
Coordinating Committee (LFCC) is soliciting applications from
federated groups, charitable organizations or a combination thereof,
interested in being considered to serve as the Principle Combined
Fund Organization (PCFO) for the 2006 campaign. All groups
desiring to apply for for the PCFO should mail applications to
Commanding Officer, NAS Whiting Field, 7550. USS Essex St.,
Suite 200, Milton, FL 32570-6155. All applications must be
received by February 6, 2006. Applications received after 4:00 p.m.
(CST) will not be accepted.
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Parkmore Plaza
6259 Hwy. 90
Milton, FL 32570
(850) 983-1471
www.edwardjones.com
Member SIPC


Evangelism Conference
Jan. 23-24 (Monday/Tuesday)
Dauphin Way Baptist Church, Mobile, Ala. (exit #4,1-65)
THEME: "More Than Ever Before"; from 1 p.m. Monday to 8 p.m. Tuesday
MUSIC: Choirs from Cottage Hill Baptist Church & Dauphin Way Baptist
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Advisory meeting
to be held
Avalon Middle School will
be having their next school
advisory meeting January 26,
1006 at 6:00 p.m. in the
school's media center. Those
interested are welcome to
attend.


Garden Club
plans event
On Friday, January 20,
Milton Garden Club will be
holding their 12th Annual Soup
and Salad/All You Can Eat
Event from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. at
the Milton Garden Center,
5256 Alabama Street, Milton.
Four different soups, Hardy
Vegetable Beef, Hot & Sassy
Chili, Creamy Potato Cheese
and Clam Chowder will be





YARD SALE- J.B.
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6413 Renee Circle,
Fri. & Sat. 7 am till ?
Del Monte brand
name vegetables
4 for $1.00. Various
groceries.
MOVING SALE-Everything sold
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other items. Furniture, shop
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Thurs. Sat. 8 am till ? No
earlier ever. Linda 983-3062


NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING
Board of County Commissioners of Santa Rosa County,.Florida,
to Consider Ordinance for the Establishment of the
Shores of Santa Rosa Community Development District

DATE: January 26, 2006

TIME: 9:00 a.m.

LOCATION: County Administrative Center
Commissioners' Board Room
6495 Caroline Street
Milton, Florida 32570

Interested persons are advised that a public hearing will be held on the 26th day o January, 2006,
at 9:00 a.m. at the, County Adrrinis tran \ e Center, Commissioners' Board Room, 6495 Caroline Street, Milton,.
Florida 32570, before the Board of County Corimissioners to insider the elements of a'P~Ntion filed by
Benton Rosemary, LLC, ("Petitioner"), to establish a community development district to be known as the
Shores of Santa Rosa Community Development District ("District"), as authorized and provided for in Chapter
190, Florida Statutes. A copy of the Petition is on file anid available for public inspection and/or copying at
Administrative Services, 6495 Caroline Street, Suite D, Milton, Florida 32570 between the hours of 8:00 a.m.
and 4:30 p.m., except on weekends and holidays.
The information presented at this hearing will be used to afford the Petitioner, landowners, any
affected units of local government, arid the general public, a fair and adequate opportunity to appear and pres-
ent oral and written comments regardingthe establishment of the District. If adopted, the ordinance will estab-
lish the Shores of Santa Rosa Community Development District, name its initial Board of Supervisors and des-
ignate the land to be serviced by the District.
The land aiea proposed to be served by the District is south of Gulf Breeze/Navarre Parkway, east of
Fuller Drive, and north of the Santa Rosa Sound and west of Sound Retreat Drive. The District will comprise
approximately 99.08 acres of land. The boundaries of the lands.proposed to be served by the District are out-
lined in the nap depicted in this notice. There is no real property located within the boundaries of the District
that will be excluded from the jurisdiction of the District. 'The Petitioner has proposed that the District will
construct or acquire certain infrastructure improvements in order to serve the land within the District.
By a\ of information, a community development district is a local unit of special-purpose government
authorized by statute to ensure the provision of infrastructure to serve community developments subject to state
and local regulatory requirements governing the lawful use and development of the property. Establishment
of a district pursuant to Chapter 190, Florida Statutes, is not a development order under Chapter 380, Florida
SStatutes. All planning, permitting and other regulatory requirements pertaining to development within the land
area will bein accordance with general and special law, and the Santa Rosa County Comprehensive Plan. No
property outside of the boundaries of proposed district will be subjected to any takes or assessments by the pro-
posed district.
The Board will comply with section 190.005(2), Florida Statutes, in conducting the public hearing
on whether to establish the District by ordinance. The purpose of this hearing is to consider the relationship
of the petition as submitted by the Petitioner to the six factors listed in section 190.005(l)(e), Florida Statutes.
'A statement of estimated regulatory costs ("SERC") was prepared by Rizzetta & Company, Inc., in
compliance n ith section 120.541, Florida Statutes, as required by section 190.005, Florida Statutes. The com-
plete text of the SERC is contained as Exhibit 9 to the Petition. By way of summary, the SERC estimates that
the principal entities likely to be effected by the ordinance are the State of Florida, Santa Rosa County, Florida,
and the District, and describes the type of indi\ iduals rrost affected by the ordinance as the landowners with-
in the District. The SERC estimates that-establishment.and enforcement costs to the above-described entities
will be modest and are concurrently .budgeted or not burdensome; and, that there will be little to no effect on
state and local revenues from the establishment of the District. Further, the SERC estimates that certain devel-
opment-related transactional costs incurred would occur regardless of whether the District was established and
are voluntarily assumed, if at all, by and through individuals or entities owning or purchasing property in the
District..
Finall'. the SERC concludes that the establishment's affect on small business % ill be minimal or pos-
ime and that Santa Rosa County is not a "small county" as defined in section 120.52, Florida Statutes.
Interested persons are ad\ ised that. if a person decides to appeal any decision made b) the Counts Comrmssion
\with respect to anm manner considered at a hearing. he or she w ill need a record of the proceedings, and that,
for such purpose. he or she may need to ensure that a \erbatim record of the proceedings is made, which record
includes the testimony and et idence upon which the appeal is to be based.
Persons needing special accommodations to attend any hearing noticed herein above as a result of a disability
must contact Kathy Jordan (850) 983-1855 or by mail at Administrative Services, 6495 Caroline Street, Suite
D, Milton, Florida 32570, not less than forty-eight (48) hours before a hearing or meeting in order to make
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bar will be available (all are
homemade)!
Admission tickets will be $6
and can be purchased at the
door. Carry out is available.
Call 626-2003 or contact
Sandra at 623-6321.

Kiwanis to hold
Pancake Breakfast
Kiwanis of Milton is host-
ing a Pancake Breakfast
Saturday, January 21 at Texas
Roadhouse from 7 to 10 a.m.
Door prizes will be given
away. Funds raised will benefit
children's programs in Santa
Rosa County.

Meet the Doctor
program planned
Learn about obesity, treat-
ment options and bariatric
services at Baptist Hospital. A
Meet the Doctor program will
be held on Wednesday, January
25, at 6:30 p.m. in the medical
meeting rooms of Baptist
Medical'Towers,' located at
1717 North E Street. Dr. J.
David Nye, M.D., bariatric sur-
geon, and Bonnie Nece, MSN,
ARNP, coordinator of Baptist
Bariatric Services, will provide
information on both weight-
loss surgery and non-surgical
treatment options for morbid
obesity.
The Baptist Hospital
Bariatric Center is the area's
first and most comprehensive
surgical weight loss program.
The center offers the expertise
of surgeons who are backed by
a full complement of medical
specialists skilled in the care of
bariatric patients. Dr. Nye has
extensive experience in
bariatric surgery. The meeting
is free, but reservations are
requested. For information,
call (850) 434-4080..

Notice of
Closed Meeting
Notice is hereby given that.
on February 6, 2006 at 3 p.m.,
immediately prior to the
Executive Committee Meeting,
scheduled at 4 p.m., the City
Council of the City of' Milton
will meet to discuss strategy
relating to litigation expendi-
tures and settlement negotia-
tions in the case of Waite


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Webster, and Jolynda II.
Webster v. City of Milton.
Only Council members
Councilman George "Bunny"
Jernigan, Councilman Buddy
Jordan, Councilman Clayton
White, Councilwoman Patsy
Lunsford, Councilman Grady
Hester, Councilwoman
Marilyn Jones, Councilman
Lloyd Hinote, Councilman
R.L. Lewis, Mayor Guy
Thompson, City Manager
Donna Adams, City Clerk
Dewitt Nobles, and City
Attorney Roy V. Andrews will
be present at the meeting.

Symposium
scheduled
This Symposium is for
women experiencing
menopausal symptoms...hot
flashes, night sweats, mood
swings, weight gain, and oth-
ers. Bio-identical Hormone
Replacement therapy may be
the answer. Dr. Michael Coyle,
D.O. will discuss menopause
and more natural alternative
treatment options. Make plans
to attend the Women's health
Symposium, January 28, 2006,
9:30 a.m. to 10:30 a.m., at the
University of West Florida
Auditorium. This is sponsored
by Gulf Medical Services, Call
for more details: 983-3705.

Gulf Coast
Gardening,
from the Ground UP
The UF/IFAS Santa Rosa'
County Cooperative Extension
Service and the Santa Rosa
County Master Gardeners are
pleased to announce that they
will be presenting their award-
winning Gulf Coast Gardening
from the Ground UP! garden,
series at both the Navarre and
Milton Libraries.
These free programs are
open to the public and will be
presented on consecutive.
Saturday, at the Navarre
.Library at 8484 James M.
Harvell Road, then the follow-
ing Saturday at the :Milton
Library at 5541 Alabam'd
Street. Registration for each
class will open at the respective
library at 1:00 p.m. on the day
of the class. Classes %ill start
at 1:30 p.m. each SaturdaN, and


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The schedule for 2006 is:
January 28 in Navarre
(February 4 in Milton) "The
GROUND Floor" by Larry
Busbee
February 11 in Navarre
(February .18 in Milton) -
"Trees vs. Hurricanes" by
Frank Larson
February 25 in Navarre
(March 4 in Milton) -
"Vegetable Gardening" by Jim
Tolar
March 11 in Navarre
(March 18 in Milton) -
"Garden Design" by Carole
Simpron
March 25 in Navarre (April
1 in Milton) "Roses &
Amaryllis" by Sally Menk
Extension programs are
open to all persons without
regard to race, color, sex, age,
disability, religion or national.
origin. For persons with dis-.
abilities requiring special
accommodations, please con-
tact the Santa Rosa County
Extension Office at (850) 623-'
3868 at least '5 working days
prior to the program, so that
proper consideration may be
given to the request.


Ask Ole'


Chief
"Chief; my husband was
exposed to radiation while in the
military. What benefit does the
VA pay for his exposure?"

Well, the VA DOES NOT pay.
any, benefit for being exposed to
any thing hazardous (radiation,'
herbicide, tropical diseases, tuber-'
culosis, Hansen's Disease,
asbestos, etc.) even though haz-
ardous materials cause many med-
ical conditions. The veteran must
develop certain symptomatology
within a prescribed period before
the VA n ill compensate for an ill-
ness or disease. Many hazardous
material do not manifest an. sig-
nificant s nmptoms until years after,
exposure This is wh\ the veterann
must contact hisiher local physi-
clan as soon as possible if he/she
believes there is.a problem that
mayj be a result of exposure to a
hazardous material.
The VA has presumptive time
periods ranging for one \ear to 30
Nears depending upon the illness
or disease. Presumptile period, for
example. is 30 Nears for lung can-
cer while skin cancer is one Near.,
Let's sa.. for discussion, that a vet-
eran REDWING in June of 1956.
Skin cancer %%as developed the
next year before the veteran was
discharged from the Army. The
veteran will have an excellent
chance of being compensated for
the skin cancer. Say, the same per-
son retired from the Arm% in 1970
and developed lung cancer in
1980. There is an excellent chance
that compensation will be paid for
lung cancer. Another veteran was
exposed to herbicide in Viernam
(1971) and developed acute
peripheral neuropathy'
(buzzing/burning feeling) in the
feet around 2002. The veteran's
claim for compensation will be
denied because in this case the pre-
sumptive period is only one year
following exposure to hazardous
material (herbicide). Now, if the
veteran, was developed Type II
Diabetes, neuropathy is a symp-
tom of Diabetes, there will be an
excellent chance of receiving com-
pensation for Diabetes and neu-
ropathy of the feet secondary to
the Diabetes. Vietnam veterans
have a lifetime presumptive period
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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 $55 for the
marathon and $45 for the half
marathon.
After Jan. 31 the cost will
increase to $65 and $55.
You can register online at
www.pensacolamarathon.com
Free boating & safety
class offered at PJC
The Pensacola Sail and
Power Squadron will be offering
a free boating and safety class
beginning at 6 p.m. Jan, 27 at the
Warrington Campus of
Pensacola Junior College.
This class will cover basic
boating, navigation, and seaman-
ship.
Class will continues from 8
a.m. to 1 p.m. on Jan 28.
Books are available at a cost
of $25 each.
For more information con-
tact Chuck Meyer at 626-5927.
PARA registrations are
now through Feb. I Ith
PARA Baseball and Softball
Registration will be held every
Saturday beginning Jan. 14 and
running until Feb. 11th.
Registrations will be. held
from 9 a.m. until 1 p.m. at the
Teener Complex in the center of
the Santa Rosa SportsPlex on
Chumuckla Highway.
Registration fee is $95 00
until Feb. 11 and then will
increase to $110 after February
11th if openings remain available
in the respective leagues.
For further information visit
our website at www.parayouth-
sports.com or call 994-8757.
Pace Patriot Car -
Show set for Jan. 2
Car enthusiast get ready for
the Pace Patriot Car Show on
Jan. 21 at Pace High School.
This show will benefit the
Pace baseball and softball pro-
grams.
Entry fee for the show is $25
per car with trophies be awarded
to the Top 10 overall along with
other awards in numerous divi-
.'sions including motorcycles.
For more information on the
show or to become a show sponn-
sor you can call 995-3600 or 554-
0101.

Opp Alley now offering
new bowling leagues
Oops Alley is registering
bowlers for their upcoming Texas
Hold'em Bowling Club and their
NASCAR Race and Roll2006.
Each USBC sanctioned
league will offer bowlers to win
,some neat gifts and prizes:
The Texas Hold'em Club will
being on Jan. 19 and last for 12
weeks, while the NASCAR Race
arid Roll League will begin on
Feb. 1 and run for 20 weeks.
Each. league will bowl two
game a week.
For more information con-
'tact Opps Alley at 995-9393

Bowling leagues are
S looking for members
The Woodbine UMC
Interdenominational Church
Leage is looking for bowlers to
Complete the league teams.
This is -a mixed handicap
league, 90 percent of' 200, with 4
members to a team.
Weekly fee is $9 and USBC
cards are required.
Also the Alley Cats' three
,ladies to a team league is starting
on Monday mornings.
All ladies interested in bowl-
ing are invited to join.
S Weekly for this league is $8
per week and USBC cards are
., .required. '
For additional information on
these leagues contact Brenda
Gilley at 623-6807, or call Opps
S Alley at 995-9393.

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related news to sports
@srpressgazette.com


Pace downs Choctaw

O Milton girls get fifth win of season


By BILL GAMBLING
PG Sports Editor
Pace won a huge district
game on Friday defeating
Choctawhatchee 2-1 on a last
second goal.
The Patriots (12-4-2, 6-4 in
District 1-5A) took an early 1-0
lead and held it until the 75th
minute of the game when the
Indians tied the contest at 1-1.
Then Matt Lewis found the
back of the net for the game
winner just prior to the end of
regulation.
Curtis Brashear scored the
first goal and assisted on Lewis'
goal, while Ryan Strang was
credited with the other assist.
Spencer Cochran stopped
seven Choctaw shots to pre-
serve the win and assure the
Patriots of finishing no worse


than third in the first year of
Class 5A action.
In other boys soccer action:
Gulf Breeze 6, Milton 1
Jacob Edmanson scored the
Panthers lone goal in a 6-1 loss
to Gulf Breeze on Thursday. .
Milton played the full con-
test against the Dolphins as
Josh Rozier stopped 16 shots on
the night.
In girls action on Friday:
Milton 4, Pine Forest 1
Milton improved to 3-9-1
on the season in District 1-4A
action by defeated Pine Forest
4-1 in Pensacola.
Missy McMillion scored
two goals to lead the way for
the Lady Panthers.
Kristen Weekley and Laura
Allen added goals for the win.
Tanya Cronin stopped three


shots in goal, while Hannah
Brooks is credited with two
saves.
This was the fifth win on
the season for the Lady
Panthers, which is one more
than they had last season.

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

Pace secured themselves the
opportunity to advance from
the District 1-5A soccer playoffs
later this month with its 2-1 win
over Choctaw on Friday at
home. Controlling the ball and
keeping it in the offensive half of
the field was a huge key to the
victory as seen in this photo.

Press Gazette photo
by Bill Gamblin


Writers crown two Royals as All-State


Wade and Jacobs end 3-7


By BILL GAMBLING
PG Sports Editor
A 3-7 season was not the
way Michael Wade or Jamie
Jacobs wanted to depart the Jay
High School Football program.
But their efforts, despite the
season record, were noticed and
acknowledged on Monday as
both were named to the Florida
Sports Writers Association's 1-
A All-State Football Team.
Wade, who is currently run-
ning up and do\\ n the hardwood
for the Royals, was named to
the first team offensive unit as a
utility player.
Jacobs, who played offen-
sive and defensive line, was
named to the second team
defensive squad.
Both players were. surprised
about their honors.
"This is definitely a sur-
prise," said Wade, who saw
action as a running back,
receiver, defensive secondary,
punt returned, and kickoff return
specialist. "It does make up
some for the disappointing sea-
son we had.
"But I have no regrets about
our season, because I played as
hard as I possibly could."
To Jacobs he was flattered.
"This is quite an honor,"
said Jacobs, who played both
offensive and defensive line for
the Royals. "Looking back to
where I was my freshman year I
never thought this would be'
possible."
Jacobs and Wade were the
only two seniors to finish the
season on the Royals roster due
to attrition which began during
spring practice and continued
until the final game of the sea-
son when the Royals defeated
the Gators of Baker High in the
"War on Highway 4" 32-10.
"I think the Baker game
was probably my most memo-
rable game of the season," said
Wade Who finished the night
with 280 yards and five touch-
downs on 32 carries. "I wanted


season on a positive note


Jay seniors Michael Wade (left) and Jamie Jacobs (right) are seen at midfield for the coin toss in what
would be their last football game against Baker on Nov. 4. Wade was named to the Class 1A First Team
Offensive Squad, while Jacobs was named to the Second Team Defensive Unit by the Florida Sports
Writers Association.


to beat Baker bad that night
because we had lost to them
two years in a row including an'
overtime game."
But did he ever think about
giving up during the season as
some of his teammates left the
Royals.
"If it is worth starting.then
it is "worth finishing," said
Wade. "Despite what was going
on I was going to stick it out.
"If I would have quit the
team when times got tough,


then I would quit on other
things later on in life when they
got tough."
Jacobs recalls how empty
the locker room felt.
"In previous seasons the
locker room felt full despite
being a small team and small
school," said Jacobs. "But when
we got ready for the opening
game against Crestview the
locker room felt like a ghost
town.,
."I understood what my


ress Gazette photo by Bill Gamblin

friends did and I don't blame
them, but it hurt the team.
Jacobs continued, "Football
is not something that is guaran-,
,teed after high school, so I did-
n't want to give up my last
chance to play."
Offensively Wade rushed
for 1,080 yards. Other offensive
stats or defensive stats for
Jacobs were not available at
press time due to the Martin
Luther King Jr. Holiday.
See, ALL-STATE, Pg. 2C


LAKELAND-The Class 1A
All-State Football Team as
selected by the Florida
Sports Writers Association
Class 1A
First Team Offense
QB: Chris Walley; Sr., Tallahassee
North Florida Christian: R: Morgan
Rutherford; Sr., Mayo Lafayette; RB:
Onterrio McCalebb; Soph., Ft.
Meade; WR: Jamal Reid; Fr.,
Lafayette; WR: Ash Parker; Sr. Port St.
Joe; UT: Michael Wade; Sr., lay COL
Micah Crn-n,.: Ir Fr Mieade OL
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First Team Defense
DL: Jon Pickens; Sr., Ft. Meade; DT:
Sidpey Harris; Sr., Port St. Joe; D'L:
Antoine Carter; Fr., Miami Bay Point;
LB: Marcus Sims; Sr., Tallahassee
North Florida C(hrlr'i-rj LB: Aarobn
Gresham; Jr., Mayo Lafayette; LB:
Henry Grace; Jr., Ft. Meade; LB:
Warren Floyd; Jr., Port St. Joe; LB:
Kenn; ThorraT. Si i.liani Bay Point;
DB: Roderrc, Crl:rk Sr Ft. Meade;
DB: Daniel Lynch, Sr., E .angelical
Christian School; DB. Bradle,
mcr ilidiTm Sr., Ft. Beade; DB:
'Ochuko Jenije; Sr., Tallahassee North
Florida Christian
Second Team Offense
QB: Chad Herr:pi.jd Soph Mayo
Lafayette; RB: Ryan Murry; Sr., St.
Edward's; RB: T.J. Strunk; Jr., North
Palm Beach Benjamin; WR: Matt
Lynch; Sr., Beniamin; WR: Ash Larry;
Sr., Port St. Joe; TE: Michael Williams;
Sr., Ft. Meade; OL: Patrick 3aile',: Ir
Port St. Joe; OL: Marlen Hunter; Sr.,
Bronson; OL: Willie Roper; Sr.,
Hawthorne; OL: Ryan Steele; Sr., Ft.
M,,erjr E'. raeiical Chr;irlan. UT: Ryan
Ranie: lr \'e,.\3ahacihl.a LIT: Ricky
13reN Sr. Tjallahjs-ee NNorih Florida
Chrisrian PK Flabo alencia- Sr Ft.
Meade,
Second Team Defense
DL: lamie lacobs; Sr., Jay;. DIL Eric
Williams; Sr., Ha.,rhorne. DL Victor
Martin; Jr., Ft t1.1ade DL Orsan
Reed; Sr., Miami Bay Point, LB Tony\
Proto; Sr Da,,rona Beach Failer
Lopez; LB Quenirn Jenkir.;: Sr., Port
St. Joe; LB: Brian Provost; Soph.,
Naples St. John Neumann; LB: Durrell
Henry; Soph., Trenton; LB: Tony
Price; Sr., Ft. Meade; DB; Charlie
Cook; Sr., Hawthorne; DB: Ryan
Slayton; Sr., Mayo Lafayette- DB:
Jarred Duke; Sr., Ft. r.,,ers Evngelcal
Chl'rtian, UT: Shawn Abuhoff; Soph.,
Dade Christian; P: Bobby Chaplin; Sr.,
North Palm Beach
Honorable Mention
QB: Daniel Thomas; Sr., Hilliard; QB:
Michael Quinn; Jr., Port St. Joe; QB:
Rock Contardi; Sr., Melbourne Holy
Trinity; RB: Pat O'Malley; Sr.,
Daytona Beach Father Lopez; RB:
Eric Moore; Jr., Miami Bay Point; RB:
Cody Sirgey; Sr., St. Petersburgh
Northside Christian; RB: Pace Austin;
Sr., St. Petersburgh Northside
Christian; RB: Calan Lynch; Sr.,
Evangelical Christian School; WR:
Stephen Mabry; Sr., Freeport; WR:
Julious Scott; Jr., Hawthorne; WR:
Camron Murphy; Sr. Miami Country
Day; OL: Alex Behringer; Sr., Glades
Day; LB: Jerek Bowe; Sr. Naples St.
John Neumann; LB: J.J. Roberts; Jr.,
Wewahitchka; LB: Drew Goldsmith;
Sr., North Palm Beach Benjamin; LB:
Ellis Walker III; Sr., Hawthorne; LB: Ty
Turner; Sr., Ft. Myers Evangelical
Christian School; DB: Tranndn Myers;
Jr., Wewahitchka; DB: Brandon
Smith; Jr., Belle Glade Glades Day


By BILL GAMBLING
PG Sports Editor
Central High School girls
are making a big push in the
hoops department.
After a'slow start by some
standards they have come on
strong of late to include two
wins last week as they
improved to 7-9 overall, but
more importantly 5-2 in District
1-A action.
On Friday the Lady Jags


disposed of East Hill Christian
65-25 as they connected on five
three-pointers on the night.
"I think that is as many as
we have had the entire season
before tonight," said Central
Head Coach Scott Campbell. "I
'thought we played well and had
four players score in double
digits."
Leading the way for Central
offensively was Katie Oakes
See, HOOPS, Pg. 2C


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big district games


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All-State


ContinuecdFrom Page One
Jacobs was glad to be hon-
ored, but wished he had been
named to the offensive squad.
"I was always better at
offense than defense," said
Jacobs. "I played tackle on
defense, but I was never as
good as I was at center.
"As a sophomore I was the
backup center on the team and
my coach told me all I had to do
was block and snap as a center."
A thumb injury ended his
sophomore season, but for the
next two years he enjoyed
blocking and snapping.
Jacobs and Wade were also
selected to be a part of the
Pensacola Sports Association's
High School All-Star game this
past December at Escambia
High School.
Jacobs, who is considering
walking on to play football at
the college level, participated,
while Wade didn't.


"I didn't play in the all-star
game because I felt like it
would be tough on the basket-
ball team," said Wade. "I had to
make a choice and didn't think
it would have been fair to my
teammates."
Both young men love Jay,
High School and it showed this'
football season as they led their,
team the best they could.
"I didn't think about being
a leader on the team in the
beginning of the season," said
Jacobs. "But in the end I real-
ized there were so many on the'
team that counted on me."
Later this month the Florida
Sports Writers Association will
release' the Class 4A All-State
nominations, which involve
Milton and Pace High Schools.

Story written by
Bill Gamblin. Reach hini
at sports @srpressgazette. comn


Bowling results from

the Doubles Sweeper held at

Oops Alley.

1. Chad Renfroe 213-202-209-214-268-0-1106
2. Jessie Mc 203-147-236-238-226-50-1100
3. K.J. Humphries 192-192-232-201-234-40-1091
4. Mike Hamada 164-221-179-171.212-105-1052
5. Travis Pittman 235-215-224-170-191-0-1035
6. Dave Pittman 179-168-172-189-241-80-1029
7. Frank Sasport Sr. 146-218-171-188-188-110-1021
8. Anthony Prather 179-167-215-213-244-0-1018
9. Jerry Collins 177-213-146-206-238-20-1000
10. Rod Slover 202-199-206-200-178-15-1000
11. Kevin Farmer 137-166-159-180-200-140-982
12. Chung Rigby 187-156-139-167-155-175-979
13. Tony Miley 129-170-222-148-149-160-978
14. Travis Jordan 160-184-212-180-178-60-974
15. Phil Mak 225-222-182-160-181-0-970
16. Jack Kinne 175-199-147-201-182-55-959
17. Bob Blalack 153,123-192-208-202-50-928
18. Joe Hamilton 168-173-171-209-160-45-926
19. Major Bonner 182-159-191-146-176-65-919
20. Jessica Kinne 113-133-140-121-153-255-915
21. Luke Webb 137-183-161-192-234-0-907
22. Terry Goodson 143-214-178-182-177-0-894
23. Charlie Saunders 223-191-162-146-164-0-886
24. Steve House 207-147-172-196-150-0-872
(Above Right) Jessica Kinne makes her approach during the
Doubles Sweeper held Sunday at Oops Alley in Pace. Kinne was
the only female bowler to participate in this handicap tournament
which saw bowlers roll five games to determine the winner.
(Right) lerry Collins checks his score and while doing so shows a
sticker he uses to cover one lense of his glasses so he can focus on
his target.


Press Gazette photos by Bill Gamblin


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Hoops

Continued From Page One
with a game high 17 points.
Jill Massey and Datysha
Enfinger both added 14, but
went on to add 12 rebounds
each to garner double doubles,
while Haley Kimbrough added
10.
The Lady Jags came out
smoking as they took a 20-3
lead in the first quarter and
never looked back as they
extended the 17-point margin to
24 by halftime, 35-11.
"I said all along we would
be getting better," said
Campbell. "Now that we have
learned our offense and defen-
sive plays we are starting to
spend more time on shooting.
"Now it is all coming
together."
Campbell acknowledged
his schedule was pretty tough to
start out, but feels it is starting
to pay dividends as the season
winds down.
"We have played a little
tougher competition this sea-'
son," said Campbell. "'V'e are
ready to beat and bang because
when we scrimmage, we usual-
ly scrimmage against the junior
varsity boys."
On Thursday the beating
and banging paid off as Central
defeated Laurel Hill 42-37.
Despite the win, it was slow-
going in the .beginning for
Central, \\ho trailed 15-5 at the
end of the first quarter.
But then in the second quar-
ter, the Lady Jags turned a 10-
point deficit to a five-point half-
time lead, 24-19.
During the second quarter
Haley Kimbrough scored 11 of
her game high 18 points as the
Lady Jags roared back.
"My teammates saw me
open tonight and got me the
ball," said Kimbrough, a sopho-
more. "I think tonight instead of.
1, we played more as a team
Than we have ever pla) ed."
Laurel Hill tried to make a
come back, but late in the
fourth quarter a technical foul
on the Hoboes bench gave
Central the room they needed as
they held on to the five point
margin of victory.
"You can simulate in prac-
tice. on what to do when you
have a lead late' in the game,"
said, Campbell. "But when you
only have five to six wins in a
season it is not that eas\ to do."
In other girls action:
Navarre.64, Milton 56
Milton lost a hard fought
battle in Navarre on Saturday
64-56 as the Lady Panthers fell
to 8-13 on the season and 3-10
in District 1-4A play.
Throughout the entire night
it was a tough battle as Milton
fell behind by three in the first
quarter, 15-12.
From that point on the Lady
Panthers tried to claim the lead,
but not overcome the deficit.
Milton trailed by four, 42-'
38, heading into the final quar-
ter, but had to foul late in an
attempt to take the lead as
Navarre stretched their final
margin to eight points.
Meredith Pastucha led the
Milton with 21 points while
Takia Barnes added 13 and
Megan Stokes was next with
12.
Gulf Breeze 73, Milton 54
On Friday the Lady


Panthers were sunk by a cold
third quarter in a 73-54 loss to
Gulf Breeze at home.
The Lady Dolphins jumped
out to an eight-point lead.in the
first quarter 21-13 and pretty
much held the. lead until half-
time.
In the third quarter Gulf
Breeze turned a six pointlead to
a 17-point advantage as, they
outscored Milton 17-8.
The 'Lady Panthers tried to
fight back, but the lead proved
.to be too much despite Barnes
scoring 15 and Stokes adding
10.
Pace 66, Tate 46
The Lady Patriots led wire
to wire at home as they defeat-
ed the Lady Aggies 66-46 on
Friday.
Pace (10-8, 2-7 in District
1-5A) led 15-10 at the end of
the first quarter and continued
.to build momentum on Tate,
who came into the game look-
ing for their first district win of
the season.
In-the fourth quarter Pace
iced the game by outscoring
Tate 16-5.
Erica Wright finished the
contest with a double double by
scoring a game high 24 points
and grabbing 10 boards.
Surita Guyton scored 11 for
Pace, while Lindsey McDonald
added 10 in the winning effort,
Crestview 52, Pace 42
Pace saw their early lead
quickly go way in a 52-42 loss
to district foe Crestview .on
Thursday.
The Lady Patriots jumped
out to an early 16-8 lead before
the Lady Bulldogs clawed their
wa\ back into the contest..
Crestview scored 21 points
in the second quarter before
taking a six-point lead into half-
time, 29-23.
Wright had a double double
in this contest with 12 points
and 10 rebounds, while Ashley
Fabery added 11 points.
Crestview continued to
stretch their six-point margin to
eight by the end of the third
quarter and 10 by the final horn.
Baker 50, Jay 48
The Lady Royals came up
just a little short in their come-
back as the Lady Gators won
Thursday 50-48 at Jay.
Baker led at halftime by 12,
33-21, but a different Jay team
came out in the second half.
.Despite getting 17 points
from Krista Autrey and 12 from
Taylor Dover Jay's comeback
came up short.
Jay is 3-9 on the season and
0-3 in District 1-2A action.
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Central splits a pair


71 Milton rolls along to No. 8 ranking in Class 4A


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Central's Logan Campbell is seen scoring two of his 19 points against East Hill on Friday night. Central
defeated East Hill 76-57.
Press Gazette photo by Bill Gamblin


By BILL GAMBLING
PG Sports Editor
Everyone is watching the
playoff standings and one team
in particular, Central, wants to
make sure they stay away from
Laurel Hill.
"Everyone wants to stay
away from Laurel Hill," said
Central Head Coach Tony
McDonald. "We let one game
get away from us against Rocky
Bayou the other night."
In an attempt to avoid the
four and five seed play in game
to see who will face Laurel Hill,
Central split a pair of games last
week.
On Friday the Jaguars
improved to 11-6 overall and 4-
4 in District 1-A with a 76-57
win over East Hill Christian.
Central built a small lead
early of three points and
extended it to 10 at halftime,
37-27.
Then came the third quarter
where East Hill had a hard time
keeping up with the Jaguars,
who outscored them after the
break 25-10 and extend its lead
to 25, 62-37.
"We have played real well
as a team since Christmas," said
McDonald. "We have been able
to run a high-low with Keith
Germann and Logan
Campbell."
On Friday that combination
paid off as Germann poured in
33 points and grabbed 11
boards while Campbell added
19.
Justin Morris also scored in
double figures with 12.
Despite the experience of
Germann, McDonald points out
that his team is still rather
young.
"We still are starting a cou-
ple of 10th graders and our first
player off the bench: is a ninth
grader," said McDonald.
With the huge lead
McDonald went to his bench as


East Hill tried to cut into the
lead, but it proved to be too
much for them.
"We let our younger players
get some minutes in the fourth
quarter," said McDonald.
"Hopefully this will make our
younger players better if we
need them later this season and
definitely when next year rolls
around."
On Thursday the Jaguars
dropped a lopsided affair to
Laurel Hill 70-49.
Central fell behind by four
at the end of the first quarter,
16-12, and that would be as
close as they would get for the
rest of the game.
Campbell led the way for
Central with 18 points and 10
rebounds as Germann managed
only 13 points.
Laurel Hill is 15-1 on the
season and ranked number six
in the Class 1A Boys Poll by
the Florida Sports Writers
Association.
In other boys' action:
Milton 67, Navarre 31
The Panthers are ranked
No. 8 in the FSWA Class 4A
poll and broke the backs of the
Raiders on Saturday 67-31 in
Milton.
Milton (16-2, 10-1 in
District 1-4A). turned a six-
point lead at the end of the first
quarter to 24 by halftime, 34-
10.
Adam Allen scored a game
high 19 points in the win while
Jeremy Tolbert and LeDre
Bender added 11 each.
In all 11 Panthers scored as
they continue their push for the
post season.
Milton 83, Gulf.Breeze 62
The Panthers proved they
were faster than a school of
Dolphins on Friday with an 83-
62 win in Gulf Breeze.
Milton took an early 10
point .lead,. 26-16, and never
looked back Terrance Mitchell


24 points proved you have to
guard all the Panthers, not just
Adam Allen.
Jeremy Tolbert was next in
the scoring column with 21
points, while Adam Allen was
held to 13 points.
The Panthers led by 13 at
halftime and extended that lead
to 23 by the end of the third
quarter, 66-43.
Milton's lone district loss
came early in the season to Pine
Forest, when the Panthers were
without several key players due
to the football playoffs.
Jay 64, PCA 42
The Royals appear to be a
team to contend with in District
1-2A after disposing of
Pensacola Christian Academy
64-42 in Pensacola on Saturday.
Jay jumped out to a 15-3
lead and never looked back
despite being outscored 15-11
in the second quarter.
Following halftime the
Royals responded with a 21-7
run as they extended its lead to
22 points, 47-25.
Brandt Hendricks led the
Royals in scoring with 14
points while Jeremy Swick and
Jack Randolph were next with
11 each.
Catholic 53, Pace 28
Pace had a hard time break-
ing the Crusaders' defense in
Pensacola on Friday, dropping a
53-28 decision.
The Patriots fell behind
early in a low scoring first quar-
ter 10-4.
After that the Crusaders
took control of the game with
an 18-point lead at halftime.31-
13.
Jackson Moore and David
Quesada led the Patriots by
scoring six points each.

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


Boys Bas k etballPoll,


.PALATKA The following
is the Florida Sports
Writers Association boys ,
basketball poll. Overall
records and first-place
votes are in parentheses.

CLASS 6A
1. Orlando Edgewater (15-2)
S (9) 108
2. Miami Dr. Krop (17-2) (2)
99
'3. Orlando Dr. Phillips (15-2)
83
4. Miami Norland (15-3) 77
5. Parkland Stoneman
Douglas (14-2) 59
6. Sarasota Riverview (14-4)
`'54
:7. Winter Park (13-3) 48
,'8. Clermont East Ridge (15-
.2) 35
;9. Vero Beach: (15-2) 31
*"10. Miami Killian (14-2) 7
Also 'receiving yotes: Miami
ColumbLus (15-2) 4.

S CLASS 5A
1. Winter' Park Lake Howell
'(l14-3) (11).110
2,. Auburndale'(17-2) 98
3. Largo (13-2) 81
4. Jacksonville Wolfson (14-.
K-1) 63,
5.' Palm Beach Gardens
D\x\er (13-3) 62
S. Gainesville Eastsicle (13-5)

S St. Petersburg Lakewood
(1 :: 2-5) 35
8. Fort Lauderdale Dillard
H'1 4-2 33 .
:. Port Charlotte (17-2) 27
10. Clearwater (13,-3) 18
....Also receiving votes: Fort
Myers (14-3) 6, New Port
IRichey Ridgewood (14-2) 5,
'' Lake City Columbia (13-3) 5,
Tallahassee Lincoln. (11-5) 3,
lackson\ ille First Coast (14-
3) 2.






S' '


CLASS 4A
1. Cocoa (17-0) (5) 95
(tie) Lake Wales (14-3) (2) 95
3. Sarasota Booker (18-2) (2)
93
4. Miami Monsignor Pace
(14-3) (2) 87
5. Lakeland Kathleen (16-4)
56
6. Eustis (16-2) 51
7. Jacksohville Bishop Kenny
(14-3) 41
8. Milton (15-2) 29
9. Tallahassee Godby (12-5)
21
10. Naples Golden Gate (14-
3)17
Also receiving votes:
Jacksonville Raines (11-4) 8,
Panama City Bay (13-5)
3, Orlando Bishop Moore
(12-4) 2, Belle Glade Glades
Central (12-5) 2,
Havana East Gadsden (15-5)
2, Pensacola (17-1) 2,
Rockledge (14-3) 1.

CLASS 3A
1. Melbourne Florida Air
Academy (12-0) (11) 110
2. Gainesville P.K. Yohge (14-
3)96
3. St. Petersburg Catholic
(13-2) 87
4. Hollywood Chaminade
Madonna (10-3) 75
5. Boca Raton St. Andrew's
(15-1.) 62
6. Marianna (16-3) 42
7. Perry Taylor County (13-4)
35
8. West Palm Beach Cardinal
.Newman (15-2) 25
,9. Fort Lauderdale Pine. Crest
(15-2)20
10. Jacksonville Ribault (11-
5) 19
Also receiving votes: Fort
Myers Bishop Verot (12-5)
14, Miami Gulliver Prep (15-
3) 10, Orlando Jones (9-9) 8,
Crescent City (11-5). 2.


CLASS 2A
1. Jacksonville Arlington
Country Day (15-2) (11) 110
2. Jacksonville Providence
(18-1) 99 .
3. Orlando First Academy
(11-5)84
4. Sneads (12-4) 69
5. Bronson (15-3) 55
6. Community School of
Naples (13-3) 53
7. North Palm Beach
Benjamin (11-4) 37
8. Marathon (11-2) 25
9. Lakeland Christian (13-1)
18
10. Port St. Joe (8-8) 15
Also receiving votes: Vernon
(10-4) 14, Wewahitchka (9-
4) 11, Tampa Prep (12-6) 10,
St. Petersburg Keswick
Christian (11-4) 5.

CLASS 1A
1. Miami Calusa Prep (12-1)
(9) 108
2. Orlando Pine Castle
Christian (13-2) (2) 98
3. Lake Mary Prep (18-0) 87
4. Bradenton Christian (14-0)
78
5. Apalachicola (15-3) 62
6. Laurel Hill (15-1) 49
7. Gainesville The Rock (13-
4) 47
8.. Boca Raton Grandview
Prep (14-0) 30
9. Tallahassee FAMU (11-7)
13 ,
10. Jacksonville Potter's
House Christian (10-4), 8
Also receiving votes:
Orlando Christian Prep (12-
7) 6, West Palm Beach
Berean Christian (13-3) 4,
Lakeland Sonrise Christian
(14-2) 4, Tallahassee John
Paul II Catholic (13-5) 4,
Oldsmar Christian (12-5) 3,
Poplar Springs
(12-4) 2, Miami Horeb
Christian (13-7) 1, Palm Bay
Covenant (14-4) 1.


.. _





Press Gazette photo by Bill Gamblin


Learning from the master


By BILL GAMBLING
PG Sports Editor
Special teams can be the
difference between a win and a
loss in football.
The word special took on a
great meaning this past week-
end as kickers, punters, and
long snappers got the opportu-
nity to work with one of the
best in former Oakland Raiders
punter Ray Guy, who held a
kicking clinic at Washington
High School in Pensacola.
Guy's career consists, of
such accomplishments as: Led
the NCAA in punting in 1972 at
Southern Mississippi,.Played
for the Oakland Raiders 1973-
1986, Career average: 42.4
yards per kick, Punted 619
times without a block, Six
straight Pro Bowl appearances
(seven total), Played on teams
that won Super Bowl titles in
1977, 1981 and 1984, Named to


the National Football League's
All-time Super Bowl Dream
Team.
This past summer he
worked with participants,
which included Pace kicker
Ryan Strang and long snapper
Eric Lowe.
"It was an unbelievable
experience working with Ray
Guy," said Strang, who hap-
pened to have been given num-
ber eight for the 2005 season.
"Ray taught.me so much in just
two days at the camp.
"I owe a lot of my success
this season to him.".
Guy might take some of the
credit, but the former Raider
would most likely tell you it
was Strang who did the work.
"What we are trying to do is
give guys like Ryan and Eric
the tools to work with so they
can be in the right position and
right frame of mind," said Guy.


"We what them to understand
the technique that is involved,
but they have to continue work-
ing with it and practicing.
"And from the season these
two guys have had they not only
learned the techniques we
taught, but committed them-
selves to them."
Guy who has been credited
with inventing the term hang
time during his career has his
kicking academy based out of
Bowling Green, Ky., and offers
two-day camps in selected
cities across the nation for high
school and college athletes to
attend.
Foi more information-on
Guy's Kicking Academy and
upcoming dates you can go to
www.prokicker.com.

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


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paid vacation,
convention trips &
many others.
No experience
necessary. We
have on the job
training. Contact
Don Wiggins at:
983-7576 or
Fax
resume to:
850-682-1523
Liberty National
is an EOE
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310
Business
Opportunities
ALL CASH CANDY
ROUTE Do you earn
$800/day? 30 Ma-
chines, Free Candy
All for $9,995.
(888)629-9968
BO2000033. CALL
US: We will not, be
undersoldl
LOG HOME dealers
wanted. Great earn-
ing potential, excel-
lent profits, protect-
ed territory, lifetime
warranty. American
make- honest value.
Call Daniel Boone
Log Homes (888)
443-4140.
MILLIONAIRE
MAKERS That's
what Success Mag-
azine called us in
their Cover Story. To
learn how we can
help you realize
YOUR dreams call
(800)311-9365.
VENDING ROUTE:
Local, All brands.
Soda, Juice, Water,
Pastries, Snacks,
Candies. Great
Equipment & Loca-
tions. Financing
Available with
$7,500 down.
(877)843-8726.
#BO2002-037.
315
Business Services
ABOVE & Beyond
Tree Service. Li-
censed and Insured.
Free Estimates.
Don't wait until its
too late. We also of-
fer stump grinding
Sand Bobcat serv-
Sices. Kevin Frey
(850) 983-7820. Call
us...or pay morel
ACCIDENT VIC-
TIMS ALL Accident
& Injury Claims *AU-
TOMOBILE
*BIKE/BOAT/BUS
*ANIMAL BITES
*WORKERS COM-
PENSATION
*WRONGFUL
DEATH *NURSING
HOME INJURIES A-
A-A Attorney Refer-
ral Service
(888)733-5342.
ANN BARNHILL
TRUCKING Dirt
Work,' Asphalt;
Limestone Rock,
Driveways.. Call for
price. (850) 623-
3461 (850) 232-
0670. Free Esti-
mates!
ARRESTED NEED
A LAWYER? All
Criminal Defense.
*Felonies *Misde-
meanors *DUI *Au-
tomobile Accident
*Domestic Violence
*Wrongful .Death.
"Protect Your
Rights" A-A-A Attor-
ney Referral Service
(800)733-5342
24/7.
ARTIE KELLER
STUCCO. Licensed
and Insured; Con-
venTional and Syn-
thetic Systems. No
job to big nor to
small. Call 698-8327
*or 626-9164.
BORDER TO Bor-
der Fence and Deck
Company. All types
of fencing installed
and repaired. Spe-
cializing in privacy
fencing and wooden
decks. Our privacy
fences are built with
SCREWS. Free Es-'
timates. 485-2532.


315
Business Services
BUDGET HOUSE
Painting- Insured &
Licensed. Call Andy
@ 850-304-9680.
DIRT CHEEP
Cleaning Service.
We Furnish Supplies
Senior discount with
ad. Homes, condos,
offices. Call 384-
2388
DOUBLE "B" Land
Clearing. Backhoe
Work. Licensed and
Insured. Bryen Bal-
lard. (850)994-5740
or (850)232-1581.
EXACT DRYWALL.
Licensed & Insured.
Locally owned & Op-
erated, reasonable
prices. All Phases of
Drywalling, Any Tex-
ture, NO MONEY
DOWN, references
available. Member
of the Santa Rosa
Chamber of Com-
merce. Roger Tootle
HM: 850-995-5090
Cell: 850-501-0519
FIRST CLASS
Home Repair. Roof
repair, painting,
pressure washing,
also mobile home
repair. Over 50
years experience.
Free Estimates. Call
Robert at 626-2093
or 777-7161.
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

HANDYMAN
CARPENTRY,
painter, plumber,
and lawn care.
Free Estimates,
reasonable rates
623-8271

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.

J&L HOME Im-
provement services
we perform an as-
sortment of jobs ev-
erything from the
exterior of your
Home to the interior
Call today 983-3428


PLACE YOUR
ADHERE
JOINER DUMP
truck and tractor.
Bobcat and tractor
work. Driveways,
culverts, light land
cleaning. Site prep
and clean up. fill dirt,
brown dirt and limer-
'ock hauling. Michael
Porter
LAND CLEARING/
Dozer/Tractor. work
Specializihg 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. ''


315
Business Services
LOCAL HOME Re-
pair. Paint, drywall,
trim & tile. Fence re-
pair & installation.
10 years experi-
ence. Contact Paul
McMullen 850-723-
9767.
LOWEST PRE-
SCRIPTION PRI-
CES Less than Can-
ada. A better deal
than Medicare.
Global Medicines,
American Physician
managed. (866)634-
0720 www.global-
medicines.net.

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



MILTON GARDEN
Club Center
5256 Alabama St.
Historic District
Downtown Milton

Beautiful building &
surrounding
grounds provide an
ideal setting for
your celebration
rental available for
meetings, wedding
receptions, anniver-
sary & birthday
parties, etc.
Call 623-8710


MOBILE HOME
Brokers. Major and
rhinor repairs. Re-
roof, patio covers,
screen rooms, level-
ing, locally owned,
operated. Free esti-
mates. 100% Fi-
nancing WAC. Call
857-1051.
NEW CONCRETE
Construction
Patios Driveways -
Slabs
Also Tearout &
Replace damaged.'
concrete -
(850)221-8715
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
PIANO LESSONS
in your home. All
ages welcome, be-
ginners thru ad-,
vance, special intro-
ductory rates. Rob-
erta D' professional
pianist. Call 626-
,2696

Divorce '108, Adoption '81
Name Change 55
FREE Typing, Call for
Worksheet (850)434-7524
1850N. "W"'St
(1 blk N. of Flea Market)a


315
Business Services
STUMP-EASE
STUMP Grinding.
Most removals
$35.00. Discount for
multiply removals.
Backyard Accessible
Licensed & Insured.
Local Contractor.
Retired USN. 232-
8746.
THOMAS NOTARY
Service 7820 Old-
stagecoach Rd. Mil-
ton, Florida, 32583
Phone (850) 981-
9220
Fax (850) 981-9220
ThomasNotaries @ y
ahoo.com
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

VICKERS FENCING
"Making good neigh-
bors one fence at a
time." Specializing in
wood fences. New
installations and re-
pairs.. Competitive
pricing. Licensed an
Insured. Free esti-
mates. 994-7585 or
791-0198.
320
Child Care


CANDEE MILLING.
CHILDCARE IN my
home. Three years
old and up. Monday
through Friday day-
time. Pea Ridge
area.. 723-1857

RED CROSS
Babysitter Course
Certified Teen
Available for
Babysitting. 14
years old, Mature
and Responsible.
$5 00 per hourup
to three children.
Call 525-1737.


325
Domestic
DEPENDABLE
HOUSEKEEPER
TEN YEARS EXPE-
RIENCE. REASON-
ABLE RATES.CALL
994-6236
345
Lawn Care
CLARK'S LAWN
Care and General
.Maintenance & All
Types' of Tractor
Work. Licensed' &
Insured. Call Mike
Clark at 626-2428.
PAGE'S TREE
SERVICE Trim, cut
& remove. Call 626-
2159 (if no answer,
please leave message)
FIREWOOD $50. a
load and up.
TOMMY'S GRASS
Cutting & Weedeat-
ing Service. Light
yard debris clean
up. Free estimates
(850) 623-3270 or
(850) 748-4718.


ATTENTION
KATRINA EVACUEES
Temporary Jobs or Training
:Are Available For You

Have you lost your job due to the hurricane?. Have you been laid off from your
previous employer or are you long term unemployed? If so, you may qualify for our,
interesting and fulfilling temporary jobs program with above average wages.
We also have training opportunities.

Types df jobs may include, but are not limited to:
Case Workers'

Administrative/Clerical Workers
Construction
(Drywall, Electrician, and Plumber Helpers)
Laborers and more...

Please call one of our Escarosa Career Centers
'for eligibility and documentation requirements.

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S' Pensacola, FL 32505
(850) 595-5200 ext 232

6570 Caroline Street
Milton, FL 32570
(850) 983-5325 ext 114

We are -a Drug Free Workplace
An Affirmative Action Equal Opportunity Employer/Program
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350
Senior Care


355
Sewing &
Alterations


JUST JUDY'S
SEAMSTRESS
YEARS OF
EXPERIENCE,
FAIR PRICES.
Alterations
SDress-making
Repairs
-Weddings
*Formals
JUDY HARVEY
5901 Castle Drive
Milton, FL
626-6349


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Apartments
1 BEDROOM fur-
nished apartment
with central heat &
air. No pets. $400.
month, $250. dep.
Call for appointment.
994-7246
BEDROOM/ 1
Bathroom duplex,
downstairs. 1 block
from the Milton
Courthouse, 5189
Santa Rosa St.
$390mo & $350dep
384-4361



The All New!
Jay

Apartments

FULLY RENOVATED ONE, TWO, AND
THREEBEDROOM UNITS NOW
AVAILABLE WA.C.

850-623-0609,

404
Commercial
FOR RENT: 800
square ft. commer-
cial building, 7251
Hwy 90. Rent, Sales
Tx., water $700.75
(850) 623-8575.
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
FOR RENT: 2 bed-
room, 1 bath in His-
toric Milton. Call
255-3437.


406
Homes
2BR/2BA
EXCELLENT condi-
tion with deep water
dock. Blackwater
Bay,very secluded &
quiet neighborhood.
$1100/mo, $500/se-
curity, 994-0667.

3BD/1 1/2 BA, new-
ly remodeled in quiet
neighborhood,
fenced yard.
$795/$500. Call
994-0667.
CLEAN, 1600sqft,
Three bedroom
home. Central H/A,
fenced back yard.
Washer & Dryer
hookups. Now ac-
cepting applications.
Call 850-981-9695.
Leave msg, will call
back asap. $735
month, $500 depos-
it.
FOR RENT
*3/1.5 home $650*
*1/1 Home $400*
*3/2 Mobile Home
$700*
*3/2 Home $850*
*3/2 Home $1,100*
*2/1 Town Home
$400*

Santa Rosa Realty
623-0077
FOR RENT nice
house in Milton,
large lot, 3bed/2 ba
$900 dep/ $900 mo.
Reference required.
Call 698-8337 ,
FOR SALE BY
OWNER- 3 OR 4
BDRM/2 BATH,
CUSTOM Brick
Home on 2 acres,
FP, C/HA, 2-story
barn, double
garage,
and many other ex-
tras, off Pine Blos-
som Road. 850-638-
8526 or 850-326-
3074.


406
Homes
HOUSE UNFUR-
NISHED for rent.
3Bed/2Ba, inside
utility room, energy
efficient, washer and
dryer hook-ups, all
electric, fenced yard,
ceiling fans, non-
smoker, no pets, no
hud, must have ac-
ceptable credit.
$950/$1000. Call
748-3046
IN PACE- 3 bdrm/2
bath house, garage,
$700 per
month/$400 deposit.
Call for appoint-
ment- 994-7246.
NEW 4BR/2BA all
appliances included
lovely
neighborhood,
large lot. $1500 mo.
Call fo appointment
995-8588

408
Land

LAND FOR SALE
Refer to
Classificatiorr
#510

410
Mobile Homes
2 TO 3 bedroom
rentals. Jay, Milton
and Pace. $400 to
$650 per :month.
Call 994-5703, leave
message.

3 BR/2BA Milton-
Newer mobile home
on secluded 1 acre,
1/2 mile from 1-10.
C H/A, island kitch-
en, garden tub, no,
smoking, no pets.
$750/mo. $750 de-i
posit. 850-623-.
8628.
CLEAN 2BD/1BA,'
East Milton. all appli-
ances, large fenced
yard, $400 dep $525
mo (850) 626-0523
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410
Mobile Homes
EAST MILTON- 3
Bedroom, 1 1/2 bath
mobile home-
fenced yard. $450
per month. $450 de-
posit. 626-2428.
FOR RENT 2 bed 1
bath. East Gate Mo-
bile Home Ranch.
Call 626-8973
FOR RENT 3BR/
Doublewide on cor-
ner lot total electric.
East Gate Mobile
Home Ranch 626-
8973
FOR RENT small 2
bedroom, ideal for
single couple. East
Gate Mobile Home
Ranch. Call 626-
8973
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.
MOBILE HOME for
rent- 1 bdrm/1 bath,
Pace area. $350
permonth $200 de-
posit. No pets.
Baycrest Realty
994-7918.
NICE, QUIET, clean
park. Includes water,
garbage & lawn
service. Two new
2bd/ 2ba. from $500
to $600. No pets.
255-7772.

414
Roommates
Wanted
MATURE WORK-
ING FEMALE to
share home. 3br/ 1
1/2 ba with mother
and daughter. Pace
area. All utilities in-
cluded with laundry
and kitchen privileg-
es $450. Small dog
ok. Call 995-1125.
Available date 1/15.
ROOMMATE
WANTED- $400
month, split utilities.
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506
Homes

5.2 ACRES north of
Pace with 1/2 acre
pond, stocked with
fish and two brick
homes, room for
more can be divid-
ed, sold separately
total price $429,
000. Mls# 292009
Donna@
cloman.com
ERA Bill Wallace
Realty 850-626-
8082

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.
FOR SALE- Ander-
son Ln.- Willard
North area. All brick,
3 bedroom/2 bath, 1
car garage, great
subdivision. Many
extras.www.forsale-
byowner.com zip
code 32570
$139,000:. '"'-983''
6526.
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.
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506
Homes
NEW WATER-
FRONT Custom
home 1/2 acre lot,
fish off your own
dock. From garden
tub to smooth top
stove. Utility build-
ing, well sprinklers,
covered porch,
NEAR 1-10 EXIT.
Call Richard Braz-
zeal, EXIT-NFI
850-255-1923 for af-
fordable waterfront
at $199,900.
510
Land
1 ACRE plus electric
pole, water pump,
septic tank, corner
lot. (850) 995-7087.
2797 Fox Pond Trail
Pace, FL. 32571
LAND FOR RENT
Refer to
Classification
#408

SECLUDED &
SERENE

NW of NAS Whit-
ing Field

20 Placid acres
zoned agricultural

Land prop. tax
value at $198,043

3 mobile homes,
garage, barn, shed

*626-6767
*$247,239

512
Mobile Homes
1997 FLEETWOOD-
Mobile Home- 14 x
70, 2 bdrm/ 2 bath,
covered porch,
shed, all appliances
stay. $34,900. 983-
9316.

SECLUDED &
SERENE

NW of NAS Whit-
ing Field

20 Placid acres
.zoned agricultural

*Land prop. tax ..
value at $198,043

3 mobile homes,
garage, barn, shed
$247,239

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Mobile Homes


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.

WILL GIVE away
mobile home, not liv-
able, was damaged
by hurricane. 626-
8973





556
Homes
GOVERNMENT
FORECLOSED
Homes!!! $0 or Low
Down! No credit OK!
Bank & Go/'t Repos
available now! HUD,
VA, FHA For List-
ings (800)749-2750.

558
Investments
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ASHEVILLE, NC
AREA Peaceful gat-
ed community. In-
credible riverfront
and mountain view
homesites. 1 to 8
acres from the $60s.
Custom. lodge, hik-
ing trails. 5 miles to
natural hot springs.
Call (866)292-5762.
EAST ALABAMA
Mountain Property
For Sale One hour
west of Atlanta in
Piedmont, AL Great
for enjoyment or in-
vestment 33 acres
$115,500. Owner Fi-
nancing available.
Call Glenn
(850)545-4928.
EAST ALABAMA
Mountain Property
For Sale One hour
west of Atlanta in
Piedmont, AL Beau-
tiful View 48 acres
$144,000 14,400
down 1,087 per
month owner fi-
nanced. Call Glenn
(850)545-4928.
NC MOUNTAINS
10.51 acres on
mountain top in gat-
ed community, view,
trees, waterfall &
large public lake
nearby, paved pri-
vate access,
$119,500 owner
(866)789-8535
www.NC77.com.
TENNESSEE
LAKEFRONT
HOMESITES 1 to 6
acres from the $40s.
Spectacular lake,
mountain and wood-
ed nature sites new-
ly released. Just 1-
1/2 hours to. Nash-
ville. Don't miss out!
Call (866)339-4966.
TENNESSEE
LAKESIDE RE-,
TREATS New gated
cormmunirv Incredi-
ble lake & mountain
views. 1 to 5 acre
building sites from
the $40s. Lake ac-
cess, boat ramp, pri-
vate slips (limited).
Don't miss out. Call
(866)292-5769.


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Land
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.com.





706
Livestock Supplies


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


PENTON'S FARM
SUPPLY
Bulk Corn & Oats
Southern States,
HMC, & other
feeds- gates, posts
& fencing.
Tues.- Sat. 8-5
623-0442.


708
Pets
FOUND: TAN Pom-
eranian near Avalon
& Carol. Call 994-
4996 to identify.

FREE TO good
home- 3 1/2 month
old & 1 1/2 year old,
both .females- lab
mix dogs. 623-6602
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.
KITTENS, ADORA-
BLE, playful, free to
..loying home; litter
box trained. Call
994-7733.
712
Lost & Found
PETS
FOUND
SMALL,'black dog.
Berryhill, Chumuckla
area. 994-7548

FOUND-
BROWN & WHITE
Male Dog in the
Guernsy Rd. Pace
area. Call 995-
5746 or 261-3598
or 261-1173.
LOST 9 month old
whiie &'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 DOG- Walker
Hound female, pet
not hunter. 995-
9661 or 393-6393.
LOST DOG"LADY"
Collie,, brown with
white feet. Last seen
12/28/06 Salter Rd.
Chumukla. 995-
5715


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Lost & Found
PETS

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





804
Apparel


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


WHITE WEEDING
dress, size 10, veil,
ring bearer pillow, all
for $75. Call 626-
7841
806
Appliances
FOR SALE- Maytag
,washer and dryer,
matched' set, 2 yrs.
old, like new cost
$1,100. Now $300
Call 995-8730.
SIDE BY side refrig-
erator, almond color,
good shape, with
icemaker, $200. Call
626-7841

PLACE
YOUR AD
HERE

814
Furniture
SOLID OAK rolltop
desk /paid $1000
selling $450. Call
995-1125. Pace
area..
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.
822
Musical
Instruments
PEAVEY PA-900
Mixer/Amplifier ex-
cellent condition
best offer. Call 324-
3368

830
Miscellaneous
For Sale
BROWNING ARCH-
ERY outfit. $175.00
969-0501.
BUILDINGS DI-
RECT! 25 YEARS.
Order. now for spring
delivery, and save!
Extensive range of
sizes and moudis.
Built to last. Priced
to sell! Pioneer
(800)668-5422.

HOT TUB- Leisure
Bay Spa- 3 man.
Old couple unable.
to use-like new.
$2,995/OBO, Milton
area. Call Daughter
678-575-6339.


830
Miscellaneous
For Sale



Centipede-
St. Aiugustine
Farm Direct
We Deliver g'
434-0066

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

SERENITY GAR-,
DEN. 2 Cemetery
Plots, side by side in,
Monument Section,
both for $500, 706,
820-5038, john.
STEEL BUILD-
INGS, Factory
Clearance. New,
never erected
30x40, 40x60;
50x100 and 60x100;
Will Sell for balance
Call Frank (800)803,
7982. 1

832
Miscellaneous
Wanted
GLASS CRAFTED
needs empty glass
'soft drink bottles, (all
kinds). Not necessaA
rily collectors edi-
tions. Will pick' up!.
983-8042.
PAY CASH for junl
cars or trucks. Runi
fning or not. Call
983-9527
834
Lost & Found
MERCHANDISE :
FOUND
Boating & Fishing
equipment left ber
hind at boat launch
at bridge by the Riv-
erwalk. Please call
-983-8243 to identify;

LOST CITIZEN'S.
Echo Walc.r at
David Cat Fish
House on Thursday
12/22. Please
contact at
434-1232. Reward,
is offer




S904
Cars; .:
2000 NISSAN- Sen'r
tra- 4 door, A/C,
shaved doors. new
custom tires and
rims. 131K mile,
$3,000.00 ,623:-
8865.
2003 HONDA Odys-
sey Ex, PS, PB, PW,
leather, reriote slid-
ing doors, AM & FM
radio, CD, power
seats, 37k ,miles.
$21,500. 623-9459.
95 PLYMOUTH
Voyager, air,: rurn
good. First $1500.
Call 850 623-1682
or 850 572-4905

914 ,
Recreational .,
12 1/2 FT.TRUCK'
Camper, electric
jacks, air, furnace
$3,000.00 85,-981-
1951.
918
Trucks
91' CHEVY S-10,
4.3 Liter, V-6.
$2,500. 994-7286
922
Other
SMALL CAMPER
Dodge 318, stove,
ref, sink, potti and
low miles. Milton
$3,600 OBO
Rear window mid'
90's Ford Ranger
pick-up $60
Call 623-0778
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OTHER GREAT BUYS!
'03 Chevy Astro LS Was $14,995
Low Mi., #U5664...........Now *10,968*
'02 Chevy 810 4x4 CrewCab Was $16,995
#U5655.........................Now *141968 *
'03 Chevy C1500 Ext. Cab Was $18,995
#T6079A.......................Now 1 5,9680
'02 Chevy C1500 Ext. Cab Was $18,995
#U5665.........................Now 16,968*
'05 Chevy Express Van Was $19,995
#X2358.................. ....... Now 16.968 "
'01 GMC Sierra Ext. Sportside Was $18,995
'#U5653.........................Now S 16,968"
'04 GMC Sierra Reg. Cab Was $20,995
#U5661.........................Now 1 6,968
'02 GMC Sierra Ext. Cab Was $20,995
#U5607.........................Now $ 1 7,49 8 *
'04 Chevy C1500 Ext. Cab Was $21,995
#U5660.... ......................Now 1 8, 968
'03 Chevy C2500 Ext. Cab Was $28,995
#T6014A........................Now *25,9608
'04 Chevy Avalanche Z71 Was $28,995
#U5611.........................Now *26,9680
'05 GMC Sierra Crew 4x4 Was $29,995
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'00 GMC S15 Jimmy Was $8,995
#X2443B ...... .......Now *6,998*
'00 Dodge Dakota Sport Was $12,995
#X2264C.......................Now $ 10,968 *
'03 Ford Explorer SLT Was $15,995
#X2387A,.......................Now $ 12,968 *
'03 Isuzu Ascender Was $16,995
#X2282B.............. Now 13,968*
'03 Jeep Liberty Was $15,995
#X2344A. .......... Now 1 3.968*
'05 Pontiac Vibe Was $17,995
#X2424.........................Now 16 O498*
'05 Chrysler PT Cruiser Cony. Was $18,995
#X2419A......... .....,Now *16.968*
'05 Buick Rendezvous Was $20,995
#X2437..........................Now S1 7,968*
'05 Buick Rendezvous Was $20,995
#X2366,.....: ............. Now $17,968*
'04 Jeep Wrangler Was $21,995
#U5634 ........................Now 18.968"
'05 Buick Terraza Was $22,995
#X2403........................Now 1 9,968*
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Also Tearout &
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AND TREE
SERVICES
FOR FREE ESTIMATES CREDIT CARDS OK
GRADING. MULCHING, WEEDING.
TRIMMING. NEW BEDS,
OLD BEDS. REDONE,
CLEA-UPS.CLEARING. STUMP
GRINDING, TREE REMOVAL.


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Patios Driveways Walks
Free Esilm..rles lulill, .,r
No job looC small il:rdble pri.

850-994-0897


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i.* In home ,,
Companionship
Meals
*Light housework
SErrands

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Installing Laminate and aa
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SSand & Refitlshing:' &
Renovations andRepaol s%
Santa Rosa.Native '
Licensed & Insured HandynIat",
Call for Quote
Office 850-994-7561 '
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DIRT CHEEP
Cleaning Service
We Furnish Supplies !
Senior Discount with Ad
Homes Condos Offices
5 n-Ra-R4-2388 J


All Types of Fences
New Inslallation and Repairs.
Specializing in Privacy Fences
Our privacy fences are built witn SCREWS
Free Estimates Locally Owned
Licensed & Insured
485-2532
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'New Hope Painting
& Wallpapering
Interior & Exterior Residentiai
Drywall
Pressure Cleaning
Wallpapering
Carpentry Work
Call the Ericksens today!
723-2550 623-6034
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* Fence Repair Installation
e Paint Drywall *Tnm *Tile
10 years experience
Contact Paul McMullen
850-723-9767
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Finances and your Life
For a Complementary Customized Financial
Needs Analysis; Call Today!
Local Representative
Margarita Vazquez
64'8 Hwv 90 'Suite C
l8. FL 5 62671
S850-626-7188 ,


5256 Alabama Street
Historic District, Downtown Milton
Beautiful building & surrounding grounds
provide an ideal selling tor your celebraroi
rental available lor meetings, wedding
receplions, anniversary &
-irt -,rit a hartis h


Above & Beyond'
Tree Service
Don't wait until it's
too late
Senior & Military Discounts


Licensed


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Kevin Frey
(850)983-7820


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FACE
-GUTTERS, INC.
LICENSED & INSURED
S- FREE ESTIMATES
"Potecting Your Home For Years To Come"
Office: (850) 994-6140
Cell: (850) 791-0858
,Owner Donnie Pace,


PIANO LESSONS
IN YOUR HOME
ALL AGES WEOME,
BEGNNER THRU ADVANCE
SPECIAL INTRODUCTORY RATES
QOBDETA D'
6ro2- 6ional )ianit

S626-2696 ,


Need Stucco Work?


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Locally owned & Operated
Reasonable Prices
All Priaes of Drywalling Any Texture
SPaining Remodeling Damage Repair
NO MONEY DOWN
REFERENCES AVAILABLE
Roger Tootle
HM: (850)995-5090
SCell: am(n850501-51 9


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Conventional and Synthetic Systems

698-8327
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Insured
&
Licensed


House
SPainting
S304-9680
1 304-9680


BOBCAT AND TRACTOR WORK
Driveway. Culverts. Light Land Clearing
Site Prep and Clean Up
Fill Dirt. Brown Dirt and
Limerock Hauling
Michael Porter
983-9888 or 393-8411
Tony Joiner
(850)573-0669


Slivellcio im^
Land Clearing, and all tractor,
dozer, and related services



NO JOB TOO SMALL!
Call Billy Rogers for estimate
Phone: (850) 957-4952
Cell: (850) 261-8407


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Major and Minor Repairs
~ Reroof Patio Covers ~
SScreen Rooms ~ Leveling
Locally Owned and Operated
Free Estimates
100% Financing WAC
(850) 857-1051


ANN BAHRNILL
TRUCKING, INC.
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Coker's Lawn &
Tractor Service
From trimming to tractor work
Clean-ups Raking
Hauling Mowing
.1J'-nnin.n Dirt Work


Vickers Fencing
'W<14 t99Oc y ted eed 6 9, ocee 6e#dce ct tiae.
Specializing in wood fences.
New installations and repairs.


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