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VIEWS

Officials urge dogs
stay out of cemetery,

By DEBORAH NELSON
Press Gazette Saff Wllitcr
Caretakers at the Nilton
Cemetery are hoping to remind
the public that the historic bur-
ial ground is not a doggie toilet
ground. ,
The site has undergonie a
series of cleanup in recent
months, ijth the help of area
volunteer labor.
Officials say visitorss are,
beginning to return to the ceme-
ters to \isit farnil. plots and
stroll it indirme grounds.
That includes moms out for
a daily talk \ ith toddlers.
"Ho\weler. there are those
who use the sacred burial
ru riund for a dog park, and do
not poop-scoop." according to
Cemetery Chair Bill Bledsoe.
"We have had a number of
: complaints about people mak-,
ing the wrong step...as I have,"
he adds.
Officials emphasize that
dogs are not welcome on ceme-
tery grounds.
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But how to pay?


New courthouse on horizon for Santa Rosa


By DEBORAH NELSON
Pre, s Ga:zeue Staff Ifruter
The quest for a new court-
house location is officially
underway.
"Let's get the word out,
n\e're going to be looking for
attractive land. hopefully w% within
the limits of the CitI. of


Milton," notes Commissioner
Tom Stewart.
The Board agreed to begin,
searching for a new judicial
'center site at NMonday's Capital
Facilities Workshop. r
Less clear is hotw the public
will pa\ for the project's esti-
mated $40 million price tag.
Or whether the courthouse


issue itself will go to ballot,
again ,
Leaders convened
Monday's workshop to plan
future upgrade needs for public
buildings.
Officials outlined a list of
predicted expenses...but the
courthouse debate stole the
show


O.ercrowding and general
dilapidation at the 70-plus year
old downtown facility have
sparked complaints for some
time.
Hurricane damage. mold.
parking and security issues
compound already-challenging
logistical issues. sa\ officials.
But in 2002. otherss rejected


Black History Month:


Lewis logs 22 years of service


By JEFF EVERTS
Press Gazelle Staff ITiter
M any Milton families have lons and
distinguished histories in the local
community, some with their mere
presence and some by their service to their fel-
low% citizens.
Few families have a more distinguished his-
torN in the community, than that of Milton Cit\
,Council Member R. L. Lewis.
Lewis represents the fifth generation of his
fanil\ to live in and do service for the City of
Milton.
He also.holds the distinction of being the
only African-Anmerican to ever be elected to an
office in all of Santa Rosa County.
Ho%%eter. he doesn't differentiate between
black and w hire w hen talking about his commu-t
nity.
"When I. was elected to the Ciit, Council in
19,-q. Ihad si\ opponents and still received 47%'
of the \otes," Lewis says.
"At that time, blacks made up onl1 si-;per-
cent of the population, so there were a lot ot
w whites w ho also voted for me."
Lewis is quick to point out that he represents
the City of Milton and not just one part of the
population.
City Manager Donna Adams agrees.
"I think he's a good public servant and
serves all the City, not just blacks or whites."
Adams sa; s.
Ma'or Guy Thompson, who says. "Being
African-American. R. L. has done an outstand-
ing job representing the community as a whole",
also shares Adams' views.
S ". w as never told by my parents that a person
was either black or white," Lewis states.
He was born in the Ferris Hill section of
Milton where his family had lived for many
years.
"I remember my grandfather, who lived to
be 107, spent every year of his life living within
a block of the house he was born in up there,"
Lewis said.
Lewis was born 66 years ago, the son of R.
V. and Louise Lewis.
His father, who passed away in 1978, spent
many years working in the civil service field.
His mother, who still lives near him today,
worked as both a maid and at a local flower shop.
"I used to hang around with her while she
' worked and that's how I got. to know people,":


R.L. Lewis has been serving the citizens of Milton for more than 22 years now.
Press Gazette photo by Jeff Everts

Lewis says.
One day, he decided it was time to get a job of his own.
"I asked Mr. Lewis (no relation) at the funeral home if I could have a job
working with the families," Lewis remembers.
"He x'wasn't sure I could do the job, but gave me the chance."
And now, R. L. Lewis has been a fixture at the Lewis Funeral Home in
Milton for 4-3 s ears, offering comfort and assistance to local families in their
time of need.
See R.L. LEWIS, Page 2A.


a $42 million judicial center-
proposed to be built on the cur-
rent site. .
The Board. Monday; did
not address whether the issue
'would return to the ballot.
Commissioner Gordon
Goodin agreed %with the deci-
sion to start seeking a suie. but
See COURTHOUSE, Pg. .


Supersize

that refill?
1 Cole would like to
make diesel from
French fry grease.


By DEBORAH NELSON
Press Ga:et'e Staff i-riter
If only that icky French fry
grease could be put to better use
than clogging helpless human
arteries...
...Somethint. like gassing
up automobiles, for instance.
The idea's not so far-
fetched, according to propo-
nents of the alternative fuel
"bio-diesel." :,
Bio-diesel is produced from
organic fats (like hamburger
grease or soybean oil), mi\ed
with methanol.
..... The process creates glicer-
ine, used in perfume-making
and other applications-, as a
byproduct.
When grains are crushed to
make bio-diesel oil, animal
"'feed cake" is also created as a
by product.
The possibilities of using
bio-diesel as a substitute for
petroleum-based fuels is creat-
ing a buzz. nationwide.
The fuel burns clean, and
can ek en be consunied
"It does taste kind of nasty.
but it won't hurt you," notes
Santa. Rosa County
Commission Chair Bob Cole.
Over the past year, Cole has
become an "area expert" on the
subject-and a vocal proponent
of bringing bio-diesel to Santa
Rosa County.
In fact, several county
agencies just started using a
five-percent blend of the fuel, as
part of a test program.
If all goes v.ell, public vehi-
cles could eventually\ be run-
ning on 20 percent "French-
.fry" power.
A normal diesel engine can
run on 100 percent bio-diesel
fuel, but limited production
makes a\ ailabilitr a problem.
SL COLE, Page 3.-.


Press Gazette launches page just for the children


By DEBORAH NELSON
Press Gazette Staff Writer
Hey kids, want to publish
your masterpiece?
Santa Rosa's young people
get the chance to spotlight their
talents, in a new Press Gazette


kids page.
Appearing in today's edi-
tion, the Press, Gazette will
publish writing, artwork, pho-
tos other media by area young-
sters.
Children under 18 are invit-


ed to submit their work to the
editor.
Writing can be original sto-
ries, letters to the editor, editori-
als .(your opinion about some-
thing), news reports, poetry,
songs, or other work.


Ideally, it will be typed,-and
under 250 words.
Artwork may include origi-
nal drawings, photos and other
media.
To submit work, mail,
email or stop by the Press


Gazette (6629 Elva St., behind
Regions Bank) with the piece
and your name, age and tele-
phone number (phone numbers
will not be published).
For details, contact
Deborah Nelson, at 623-2120.









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Tiaras and Tulips, a special
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The event costs $25.
Proceeds benefit the Kathy
Russell Scholarship Fund and
Milton's Relay for Life for the
American Cancer Society.
Guest speaker for the day
" ill be Linda Larsen. She is an
award-winning speaker, best-
selling author, respected trial
consultant, professional actress
for over 20 years and president
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her clients include: L. L. Bean:
Jaguar cars: IBM; Merck:
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many more.
Larsen has worked exten-
sively throughout the United
States, Canada and Australia.
She has inspired, educated and
entertained thousands, giving
them tools to create positive,
lasting changes in their lives
She has a Bachelor's Degree in
Social Work from the
University of South Florida and
a Master of Fine Arts degree
from Florida State University.
As a trial consultant and CLE
provider for attorneys, she has
served as part of the guest
adjunct faculty for colleges and
universities throughout the
United States.
She has been featured in or
has written articles for publica-
tions such as The Chicago
Tribune, Woman's Day.
Personal Excellence and
Imnestor's Business Daily. She
is the co-author of the newly
released book Masters of
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best selling audio programs, 12
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and Linda Larsen's Power Tips.
Her critically-acclaimed book.
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life experience of being kid-
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escaped convict.
Linda Larsen, officials say.


"Guy Thompson was the
dri\ ing force in getting me on
the City Council. but I also give
credit to (then Mayor) Clyde
Gracey \'ho took me to the con-
%entions and introduced me to
everyone," Lew is says.
Thompson speaks highly of
Lewis saying. "R. L. and I go
back a long way. He's quiet and
laid back and gives a lot of
thought to the process and we
need that balance."
"He studies issues before
deciding on them and never has
a knee-jerk reaction to what is
being discussed."
Thompson says a trip to a
League of Cities convention
with Lewis speaks volumes
about the ty pe of man he is.
"During the convention, he
was approached by someone
from the Black Caucus who
asked him if he was going to
their meeting and R. L. told
them no," Thompson recalls.
"When they asked him why
not, he said he 'was elected by
the people of Milton. both black
and white, and he was there to
represent them all."
Le\w'is added, "after that
encounter, the Black Caucus
people wouldn't speak to me
and that left me confused."
Lewis has also served in
various positions with the
Florida League of Cities as well
as on several City Council com-
mittees.


Chet's still Lplans


Spring reopening


By JEFF EVERTS
Press Gazette Staff Writer
What's going on with
Chet's Restaurant? It's the
question many are still asking.
According to owner Sand
Griner. the answer contains
both good news and bad.
Griner says the restaurant,
which was severely damaged
by fire. had hoped to be serving
customers again sometime this
month.
The good ne ws: the restau-
rant is still planning to reopen
as soon as possible, according
to Griner.
The bad news'? Renovations
are taking longer than Griner
and her husband, Kenny, had
anticipated.
"Kenny is hoping we can be
open in about seven more
weeks, but I think it might be a
little longer." Griner says.
"But, we are trying our best
to get back open again as quick-'


ly as possible.",
She says the rebuilding of
the interior of the restaurant has
almost been like starting over.
"Getting the renovations
completed and the inspections
done is taking a little longer
than we thought it would,"
Griner says.
According to Griner, the
popular restaurant's menu will
stay the same as it was, w ith the
possibility of a few new addi-
tions, especially mullet dishes.
And, she says. the new%
decor, which her husband is.
working on, will have more of
the look and. feel of a fish
house.
Griner's message for all of
their customers who are wx waiting
patiently for a reopening of the,
restaurant is, "We want every-
one to know that we really miss
them and look forward to serv-
ing them again as soon as possi-
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Lewis also spent 32 years
working for Monsanto, first as a
cafe helper and then %working
his way up to Supervisor in the
tire department.
Despite all his years of
working in the Milton area. he
also found time to spend two
years in the army after graduat-
ing from high school.
Lewis took classes in
Business Management.
Leadership, and La'w
Enforcement from both
Pensacola Junior College and
the University of West Florida.
He says he carries the same
attitude to his job as he does
%with his position on the Milton
City Council.
"I believe that you treat oth-
ers the 'way you want them to
treat you." Lewis states.
Other achievements in
Lewis' distinguished life
include being the first black
*member of the Florida
Highway Patrol Auxiliary (he
retired in 1985 with the rank of
sergeantt. belonging to all
Masonic Lodges in Milton.
working with the American
Cancer Society. and working
with the Red Cross.
Lewis has now spent 22
years in service to the citizens
of Milton and gives credit for
his entrance into public office to
two good friends and fellow,
city servants.


Pane 2-A


R.L. Lewis


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He looks fondly on his fel-.
low council members, saying "I .
accept those on the council as.
family."
And when it comes to his
responsibilities to those who -
voted for him time and again,
he doesn't take them lightly..,
"I don't see myself as a
black City Council member, but
as a member who just happens
to be black." Lewis says.
"I am here for all the people
of Milton."
Lewis still has his family.
around him as lifelong memr.-
bers of the community.
He has been married to his
wife. Paulene. for 45 years and.
they have a daughter. Cheryl.
who both lies and works in
town as well as a grand-daugh-.
ter w ho is a 9th grader at Milton .
High School.
He also has two brothers.
and two sisters that live in the
area.
Lewis is also the President,
of the Santa Rosa Revival,.
Association and the Layman's:-
Association.
He is a member of the
Mount Zion Primitive Baptist
Church %where his grandfather-
preached for 37 years. In add,i-,
tion. Lewis series, as the,
Chairman of the church's
Deacon Board and as a Sunday
School Leader.
When looking back on his
career in public service min
Milton. Lewis is most proud of
the City's new, City Hall and the,
Community Center, also meo-,
tioning the Recreatiqn,
Department as a whole.
What lies ahead for the.,
Councilman?
"I'm very concerned about
%, here are roads are going and
moving forward as a City to
prepare us for future growth,"
Lewis says. ..
"The biggest change I'y%
seen in the CrN since I was
' elected is the change in the pop-
ulation."
Adams agrees %%ith Lewis.
concerns.
"He cares about the
progress of the City and '.it
shows," Adams said.
"When he votes, he sup,
ports progress and sees the
broad picture and future anc
doesn't just focus his thoughts
inside the city limits." I
Adams says everyone on
the City Council respects Le'wi,
and holds him in very higl)
regard.
Thompson adds. "I respect
R. L. Lewis as much, or more
than any other person I have
ever worked with."
Lewis says to his fellow citr
izens, "I want to thank all tdie
citizens of the City of Milton
*for allowing me to serve as it
member of the City Council."
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The ,Santa Rosa Press Gazette


Local


Cole hopes County's future is in grease


-'Continued From Page One.
Proponents, including Cole,
suggest that increasing produc-
tion could eventually help solve
ever-worsening oil problems.
Bio-diesel could potentially
rduhce America's dependence
on- scarce and polluting U.S.
petroleum, not to mention for-
eign sources.
"It sure would be nice to be
able to get to tell them where
Wie) can put their oil besides
6o country," Cole remarks.
V Besides helping improve air
quality, bio-diesel offers farm-
ergsomething new to market.
',,'Restaurant waste oil, along
with other kinds of seed
(including cotton) can be used
tG'produce bio-diesel.
According to scattered
reports, some enterprising
Aiiericans have already set up
bio-diesel processing facili-.
ti6 -supplied by restaurant
grease trap material-in back-
yards and garages.
,i' That keeps unpleasant sub-
stdnces out of public dumping
grounds.
." "We could literally take a
lotf'of waste that's going into
o'0? landfills in the form of big
lumps of grease and turn it into
a'Tuel." Cole points out.
"- With gas prices going
through the roof, he observes,
if' time for a new source of
eergy.- "
e' "I remember when I
pumped gasoline for 15 cents a
gflon" 'Cole recalls.
"' Bio-diesel is still a bit more
e5l'ensive than gasoline, and.
government agencies are just
nrot getting on the bandwagon
iith subsidy programs:
' :Current 3, few American
cars sport diesel engines.
"Education is key," says
l61e.
1' Bio-diesel blends are
already available in parts of the
c-6ntry, and are actually man-
dtied in some states.
And the\'\e been around
fd' a lot longer in South
America, where bio-diesel is
J-'31lable at [ lcommeici!a pump.;
S"'e're' behind 'South
(2.4.. .... . ,''" -
4 *< .. .


America," -.
C o I e 4
observes. *:-.\
With ;i
enough use,
the fuel
could pro-
vide a "sus-
tainable"
source of BOB COLE
ener g y- Commission Chair
one that
originates, is produced, and
used in the U.S., without creat-
ing polluting leftovers.
Currently, grain supplies
for fuel production are limited:
"We can grow soybeans out
the wazoo, but farmers aren't
doing it because there's no
profitability," Cole observes.
Could bio-diesel produc-
tion come to Santa Rosa?
Cole and others in the busi-'
ness community say they'd like
to see that happen.
Currently, however, there
are some limiting factors.
Santa Rosa does not pro-
duce enough grain, or demand
for fuel, to support large-scale
production.
But small-scale production
would not be feasibly cost
effective.
That's according to a recent
UWF Haas Center. for Business
Research study on the subject.
Future Santa Rosa-based
bio-diesel production would
largely service county vehicle
fleets, and boating and trucking
industries, says' Haas.
The two-county area's
yearly diesel usage currently
totals 40 million gallons per
year.
If a switch to 20-percent
bio-diesel became an option,
the study predicts a maximum
demand of eight million gallons
per year and that's not enough
to support serious production.'
"Local consumption alone
is insufficient to support a large
facility," notes Haas.
The study suggests a large-
scale (10 million-gallon) pro-
duction plant, would be most.
co'i effective for the" area. ',
Santa Rosa does not have


the kind of grain-crushing
machinery necessary to support
large-scale fuel production.
That means, says Haas,
grains would have to be import-
ed.
A large-scale facility would
need sufficient rail and port
facilities to import grain, and
export finished fuel to out-of-
area customers.
And seed would have to
come in from elsewhere, says
Haas, because, area cropland
production could only support
about 1 million gallons of bio-
diesel production per year.
'At that lower production
level, says Haas, the fuel would
cost over $3 per gallon-too
expensive to be feasible-
Haas predicts a 10 million-
gallon bio-diesel plant would
cost about $4.6 million.
The study predicts it would
create 63 jobs to build, and sup-
port about 44 jobs per year to
operate.
Haas estimates such a plant
-would generate an annual eco-
nomic impact of $29 million to
the area.
Those figures include an
estimated $1.2 million in
incomes generated.
Future bio-diesel produc-
tion would have to compete
i with food grains, the Haas
study points out. That could
push grain prices up.
Concern also exists that
mass bio-diesel production
would create a glut of .glycer-
ine. Cole notes the substance
can be used to make antifreeze.
As gasoline costs continue
to gouge area residents' pocket-


books, bio-diesel proponents
remain optimistic about work-
ing the kinks out of future pro-
duction.
"It's going to take some
time, it's going, to take some
.investors, but it's something
that can be done," Cole pre-
dicts.


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A job well done
Just what would those of us in Santa Rosa
County think of recei' ing a $100 check from the
state or, better yet, what would we think if we saw
our property taxes go down?
Sound too; good to be true?
Maybe, but if Florida Gov. Jeb Bush has any-
thing to do with it, and if state lawmakers agree,
we're likely to see Bush's proposed tax giveback
become a reality in his final year as our governor..
These proposals are part of $1.5 billion in tax
.breaks he says will help homeowners and busi-
nesses still reeling from hui ricanc costs. ,
How can our state pay for such a giveback,
package when it has been seriously impacted bN
enormous losses from last year's hurricanes?
The storms turned out to be a financial wind-
fall for our state. Florida learned late last year that
it has plenty of money. State economists, in
November, estimated tax collections should grow
by $3.2 billion more than pre% iously expected dur-
ing the rest of this budget year and the new year
beginning July 1..
The increase is due to more robust sales tax
collections than expected-thanks. in part, to all the
Rebuilding that occurred after four hurricanes in
2004 and even more repairs in the wake of
;Hurricanes Dennis, Katrina and Wilma last year.
SWe believe the same good news applies to
Santa Rosa County government-- which is whyv
we're not heanng a lot of financial doomsday fore-
casts from our count\ commissioners.
In fact, if one ere to check on the increase in-
property taxes due to the nse in property values, as
well as the growing number of new home con-
struction. we su-spect the incoming revenues are
more than satisfactory.
Hopefull\. the Democrats in both the House
and Senate \won't roadblock Bush's efforts. We're
told instead of helping Florida's homeowners, they
want the extra revenues to go to education and
health care.
We're also pleased to hear that Bush \\ants a
1.3-percent increase to $7.4 billion for roads.
bridges, highways. airport, and rail lines. As we all
know, some of this money could be earmarked for
much-needed local road projects such as A\alon
Boulevard, Highways 90 and 98 and the hurricane
e\-acuation route from High\way 87 to Interstate 65
in Alabama.
We could certainly use some of the $38 rrumil-
lion Bush wants in beach renourishment projects
as well as some of the $1 billion, most of it feder-
: -al money, to reimburse local governments for hur-
ricane-related damages.
As most of us knot, this is Bush's last stab at
car ing through with his Republican.agenda as
-governor. Because of term limits, he will soon
leave office and ill likely lea e behind a success-
ful formula his successor can use to carry on with
the approval of most Florndians
Bush has done a tremendous amount for those
of us in the Panhandle area and has listened to our
needs during both good and bad times.
Our Governor's last state budget demonstrates
his sincere interest in the people he has served in
Tallahassee.
In the meantime, at least two of our county
commissioners are giving some thought to using
money from Navarre Beach to provide a rebate to-
citizens. It's nice to see politicians gi ing some
thought to gi ing back to those of us ;who. far too
often, are seen onl\ as a source of regular income.
S \\'a\ to go.

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Courts ruled badly on vouchers'


Nlartin \West and Paul Peterson of Harvard found
in a 2005 study that not'onl\ did Florida's .oucher
programs raise state test scores, but they were also far
more effective at boosting student achievement than
the school choice pro visions of the federal No Child
Left Behind Act. Solid research unambiguously
sho\s that vouchers, and the competition they gener-
ate, help the entire public education system.
What is the Court really* protecting? It can't truly
believe that Florida's Opportunity Scholarships %ill,
direaten public education. The state has steadily\
increased public school funding in the \ears since the
\oucher legislation v\as enacted.
The Court can't really\ believe that Opportuniti
Scholarships make public schools worse. Besides
pro\ iding relief for hundreds of lov\-income voucher
students and their fanulies., ouchers ha\e helped
raise all boats and improve public education.
Nor is there an\ basis for the Court to dunk that
Article IX. Secuon liar outlaws vouchers. Thai por-
tion of the state constitution doesn't mention vouch-
ers or even allude to them.
It is hard to fathom what the Court was thinking.-
but one thing'is certain: This Court's majonty bloc
.has clearly\ demonstrated its disdain for Florida's
elected lawmakers and its distrust of parents' ability
to make decisions about their own children's educa-.
tion. ,

Who has been in charge? .
FM: W.O. JONES
Dear Editor: "
Who is in charge?
If problems, who is to blame?
'On the local level, who has been in charge in
Santa Rosa County for the past 10 years?
Dail., on call-in show s on WEBY, local problems;
are discussed.
What 95%plus of the hosts and callers do riot
want to comment on is the fact that the people in
charge in Santa Rosa County for the past 10 years
'have been Republicans.
Want to check out facts?
Call the county office and ask the follow ing three
questions:
What has been the percent of grow tih in the past
10 years?
What was the budget amount 10 years ago?
S* What is the new projected budget?
I think \ou \ ill find some 20 grow' th during the
past 10 years and over 250% increase in spending.
I What ha\ e you gotten for some $600 million your
elected officials have spent during the past 10 years?
Do the same thing on the state level where
Republicans have been in charge for a large amount
of the time during the past 10 years. .
Do the same thing by calling Rep. Jeff Miller in
Washington and ask the same three questions.
I believe you will find that the last democratic
budget, i.e., fiscal year 1995, was $1.4 billion and the
new proposed budget by Bush is $2.8 billion or a
200%.increase in 10. years with the U.S. House and
Senate' controlled over the 10 years by the
Republicans. Five of the 10 years, they also have had
the presidency.
So, again, who has been in charge and are you
okay with this record?
If so,,I feel sorry for your children, grandchildren
or great grandchildren.


FM: LIANI JULIAN
Dear Editor: '
With its anti-%oucher ruling in Bush '. Holmes.
the Florida Supreme Court's 5-2 majority has outdone
itself.
In a moae breathtaking in its overreach. the Court
not only trumped the Legislature, but also ran
roughshod over parents' rights to make decisions
about their children's education.
At issue was the constitutionalit) of Florida's
Opportunity Scholarships. which provide students inl
chronically failing public schools the option of either
attending a better-performing public school or recei'-
ing a voucher to attend a private school.
The U.S. Supreme Court has already upheld the"
federal constirutionality of vouchers. so 'oucher
opponents in Florida had to dig deep withinn the state
Constitution to find something, anw thing, to prove the
program illicit. They emerged \ ith Article IX. Section
lha) which simply reaffirms the state's commitment
to high quality and %well-funded education.
But within a flowery passage, the Court-a body
charged to overturn a law\ onl\ l\hen its unconstitu-
tionality is completely clear and when overruling the
statute is unavoidable-found a phantom compulsion
to topple Opportunity Scholarships. The majority. rea-
soned that. through the \oucher program, the state
was "fostering plural, non-uniform systems of educa-
tion in direct violation of the constitutional mandate
.for a uniform system of public schools,"
Writing in dissent. Justice Kenneth Bell logically
pointed out that no, constitutional passage "requires
that public schools be the sole means by 'which the
State fulfils its duty to provide for the education of
children." Such an idea, Bell writes.:is total implica-
tion.
Worse, it is the wrong implication. Ten other,
states have within their constitutions: explicit prolibi-
tions on giving public money to private schools. If
Floridians had wanted such a prohibition in Article
IX, they would have put it there in plain English.
If the Court's decision looks at ful w hen e\aluat-
ed in legal terms, it is far more disappointing when
viewed in light of its real-world applications. Niner, -
five percent of the 750-odd Opportunitt Scholarship
recipients are black or Hispanic students. most of
them from low-income families. Without vouchers,
they are effectively trapped in failing public schools.
The state's voucher program gave these youngsters a
far better opportunity than they -would ttherk ise have
Thad. .
Critics have charged that % hen a few lucky kids,
leave aid take public mone> to private schools, it
drains money from the public system. makes the bad
schools worse;: and leaves other students behind to
languish in ever-worsening surroundings.
The critics are partially correct. Vouchers do take
money out of public schools, but they also take out
students and reduce' teacher-to-pupil ratios. But most
importantly, research has show n that vouchers actual-
ly improve the schools most affected by them.
Indeed, a 2003 report b. Jay Greene and Marcus
Winters of the Manhattan Institute revealed Florida's
low-performing schools get better in direct proportion
to the challenge they face from vouchers. Between
2001-2002 and 2002-2003, voucher-eligible schools
(those are chronically failing schools, remember)
improved by a statistically significant 9.3 .scale score
points more than did other Florida public schools.


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You Spoke Out;

Santa Rosa...
Sunday. 6:29 p.m.
This is Gretta. I am respond-
ing to \our written opinions. I
also think the neighborhood
behind the credit union needs to
be patrolled more. Our children
are our future and we need to pro-
tect them. Thank you.

Sunday. 5:4(0 p.m.
Well, one more call about the,
litter in Santa Rosa County. Look
at Santa Rosa Counti. We look
like a third %world nation. Not onl\
that, smokers seem to think the
world is their ashtray. Wake up
Santa Rosa. \ ou need to do some-
thing. you'ree stuck back in the "
ISth century.

Saturday. 3:59 p.m.
Hi. This is Kate. I'd like'to
thank the officers %who go out and
patrol the Magnolia Cemetery So
man\ people go out there to di's-
rupt and cause problems. Thanks.
again.

Friday 11:47 a.nm.
I was wantingg to tell the peo-
ple in the south end that. evet)
morning when you get up, you
put your pants"'on the same way
everyone else does. You're n'o-bt-
ter than anyone else.

Thursday. 2:36 p.m.
I would like to complain
about people wearing after shake
and perfume so strong that \ou
can smell it'all oe'r the room.
Actually, you can smell it before
they get in the room. Remember,
just a little dab will do you. Have
merc, on the rest of us. Cologne
is supposed to make people get
closer, riot chase them away.

Thursday, 7:31 a.m.
Why do people in restaurants
blow their noses so loud and 'so
hard that people across the ro'6m
have to dump their meal in the
garbage? People should go to the
bathroom to do this. Did your par-
ents teach you nothing?

Via the Internet
This is Cecil. Can we'just get
rid of that eyesore next 5to
McDonald's? Then we could bui-
ild a new courthouse on the site'of
the old building.














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courthouse

; Continued From Page One.
commends giving judicial
.nter approval, itself, to the
Public.
S"This is the single largest
purchase in [Santa Rosa] histo-
ry," says Goodin. "I think we
need public input.""
If the project does happen.
moving judicial facilities away
from the current Riverwalk
location appears to be a done
deal.
S"I'm
.K. with
That at this -
point," says
Milton
Mayor Guy
Thompson.
"I feel. like
my position
-now is to GUY THOMPSON
-make sure it Milton Mayor
stays within .
the City." .
S'And Thompson says that's.
likely.
S "I have been assured, pretty
much, that that's going to be the
case' he notes.
What about the current
c,;ourth-ouse'property?
Thompson says the'Citd s
,ext move will be to ask the
: o unty to tear the old jail
down.
,We hae the fund, now..
he notes.
S After that. he says he'd hlike
,:to see the old courthouse build-
:,pg and property put to public
i se ..
S"I don't xant it sold off .to
,Odetelopers," he says, and adds.
-. .e need a hew hbrarn do\,n-
own." "
Milton attorney Paul
Fitzgerald urged the Board to
lea\e the courthouse where it is
:,td tear down the jail.
"If \ou move the court-
house. you're going to impact
"the do% ntow n.'" he remarked.
"Tear down the old court-
S house and build a higher one."
agrees George Oedsma.
Whatever happened to
those 2002 downtown design
plans, an\ %ay? .a
"Are the\ totally useless'"
: askedd Pat D'A-,aro. "Have you
S_,seen them recently ?"
Officials sa\ pre\ ious plans
to build in the current court-
: house location would be too
..y expensive and impractical
,.because of the nearby water.
Commission. Chair Bob
,Cole notes the public rejected
S .,the idea in last year's FEMA
o.n.ng Term Reco'erN "public
put" survey.
According to FEMNA survey
Result records. question number
19 addressed the courthouse
issue.
; It asked, "Assuming the
..current Courthouse building is
,.retained, the court function
should be:" .
f. fthe 416 kho responded.


133 (32%) picked "Relocated
out of downtown."
Another 112 (26.9%)
selected "I have not given 'any
thought and/or do not consider
this to be a major issue at this
time."
For 68, (16.3%) the solu-
tion was "Kept where it is."
Another 53 (12.7%) chose
"Move to another' location
downtown."
Finally, 50 (12%) picked
"Expanded to a new adjacent
building."
Proponents say now's the
time to buy .land for a new
Center.-
Waiting for official
approval and funding, the) con-
tend. could proxe more expen-
si\e in the long run.
The new 1l -formed advoca-
cy group., Citizens for a New
Judicial Center, recommended
the County find a site, within
Milton's city limits, that allows
for future expansion.
"It is prudent for the-
Commission to. act no"\ and act
quickly," retired Judge. Colie
Nichols, Chair, remarked.
Nichols say s he fears land
prices \ ill increase if the Board
w airs.
The group also suggests the
County demolish the old jail
and concert the current court-
house into a museum or other
public use.
"'Use your judgement." he
told the Board. "This is an
opportunity\ for you to exercise.
real leadership to meet a need
that most informed [citizens]
recognize a need for."
How to pa\ ?
Property taxes make up
most of Santa Rosa's General
Revenue fund.
And property tax revenue is
steadily on the rise
"We are in the middle of
unprecedented growth in Santa
Rosa Count\." Count\
Administrator Hunter Walker
notes.
Goodin' argues against
using property taxes to pay for
the Center.
He suggests a .ales tax
,would more equitaibly spread
costs out '
"A sales ia.x is more broad
based," he notes.
Commissioners will proba-
bli float faone-cent sales tax on.
this Fall's ballot. The tax must
be approved by voters.
But. Nichols. advised the
Board not to link ,the court-
house with a sales tax for road
improvement budgeting.
The Board agreed.
Cole suggests a sales tax be
tied to specific road\a\ proj-
ects, then retired after a speci-
fied time period.
Several residents objected
to funding a judicial center
before, local roadway needs
have been met.


"[Roads are] the most
important ,thing we can do for
our counts." remarked Lauretta
Aiken. "It has got to be number-
one on the list' before anything
'[else] is done."
Aiken predicts sales tax
passage will be linked to road
improvements.
"We might give it to you if
you put a sunset on it," she:
notes, "'[but] we're not going to
vote for taxes unless we see
roads."
Monday's forum. was
specifically geared toward pub-
lic buildings, officials empha-
sized.
County staffers are current-
ly updating a separate long-
range transportation plan. due
to be unveiled before the end of


this quarter.
"That is
an issue that
is in the
front of
everybody 's,
mind," sa s
Co mm iss -
ioner Tomn
S te % ar rt.
"Transpor-
tation. in all
our minds.


TOM STEWART
Commissioner


is number
one "
The most recefi roadway
numbers indicate $276 million
in projected costs until 2020.
Beyond the courthouse.
officials say future facility
expenses include:
The State's Attorney's
Office, currently located in
rental space at the Exchange
Hotel: $2 million.
Matching funding for
future hurricane mitigation
drainage and building strength-
ening efforts: $4 million.
An upgrade to the Public
Works and Public Services
facilities (located 'on 'Old
Bagdad Hwy..: $7 million. .
Emergency Operations
Center upgrade: $10 million.
County jail expansion:
unknown% n.
One expense that did not
make the list--olunteer fire
stationss, .
,, ">


Area fire department advo-
cate Richard Collins asked the
Board to add departments.to the
mix.
Commissioners agreed, and
asked staff to research future
fire department needs.
















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PACE WATER SYSTEM BOARD ELECTION

The Election for Board of Directors will be held
February 16, 2006 at Pace Water System Office
located at 4401 Woodbine Road. Voting will be in the
board room from 7am to 7pm.

THE CANDIDATES ARE:

DISTRICT 1
TIMOTHY R. FENDLEY
RODNEY (SPEEDY VAUGHN

DISTRICT
ROBERT J. GENTRY
(ELECTED NO OPPONENT)

DISTRICT 3
S MAXR. GODWIN
(ELECTED NO OPPONENT)

NOTICE: PACE WATER SYSTEM, INC.
ANNUAL MEETING OF MEMBERS


WHEN: FEBRUARY 23, 2006 AT 7PM
WHERE: PACE WATER SYSTEM OFFICE
OFFICE 4401 WOODBINE ROAD
PACE, FLORIDA 32571
TELEPHONE 994-5129
REFRESHMENTS SERVED AND DOOR PRIZES AWARDED


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Area youth need your direction |


Greg Brown, CFA
Santa Rosa County
Property Appraiser
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!
It you meet the following criteria, you may qualify for an .
additional Homestead Exemption in SantRa Rosa County
This additional exemption is for the portion of your lax bill
associated within ne 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 lor and/or currently be receiving Homestead
i Exemption '
i (Note You must qualify and
may have no reapply annually). m
,| For additional information:
B, (850) 983-1880 / (850) 934-8175


B. DEBORAH NELSON
Press Gazette Staff Writer
\Vant to help a young per-
son negotiate the thorny path to
adulthood?
January\ was national men-
toring month, and while it has
come and gone, area Big,
Brothers Big Sisters organizers
say program volunteers are
always in short supply.
Adult mentors. who are
careful[ screened, meet with
voungsters on weekends and
after school. to help % ith home-
work, provide advice and actu,-
ities. or lust lend an ear.
"They need guidance,"
notes mentor and retired area
schoolteacher Roger Smith.
"All kids need ,guidance and
direction."


Smith has been participat-
ing in the program for over
seven years.
He's been a mentor to Kyle
(14) and Dakota (10) since last,
October. Smith says he hopes
others will follow suit.
Kyle's mom signed on with
the program two years ago, and,
the brothers were paired w ith
Smith in October.
-I just though that it \would
be cool to have an older brother
figure." says Kyle.
With school and a part time
job. K\ le doesn't see as much
of Smith as Dakota.
S "He's been a good guide on
life and kept me straight on
school," s;a s K\le. "I'e
learned a :lot of things-he's
Kery smart."
K\ le sa s he plans to grad-


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arship.
Mentoring is also.about
taking tinie out to jist have fun.
"I liked when we went
swimming last week," says
Dakota.
Companies like Arby's and
the YMCA donate services for
many activities.
"There's :a oi of companies.
that are eryn generous with us."
Smith observes.
Dakota sa\s he's learned
from Smith, too.
"Citizenship," he says.
pausing to think. "And, like.
history and stuff."
Both boys are honor role
students. Smith notes.
.Smith has \orked with
seen Little Brothers over the
past seen \ears, including two
%i ho ended up no\ ing awa\.
"They were wonderful
kids." he recall. "Kids 1 Ias
erN attached to." :
Smith say s he still- keepsiup
ith some of his former
"'Littles." \\ho stop-bN to 'isit
w hen the\ 're in town.'
Although the big brothers
program was originally
designed to pair youngsters
w ith adults closer in age. Smith
points out that retirees offer a
wealth of expenence to share,
and often hae time that
younger workers don't.
"A lot of young people


can't do it," he notes. "
The program benefit s men-"."
tors, as well as kids, Smith
points out.
"It keeps me young., he
says. "I want to see them grow,
not just intellectually,. but emo-.
tionally mature.,
Youngsters face a range of.
challenges grow ing up toda.
"Obviously. peer pressure.,"
Smith notes. "I think it's more.
difficult now than e'er to be a.-
student and a teacher... think
kids need to be more selective
in who they pick as friends. A'
lot of them have trouble with;
.that." ,
Smith has a married sorr.
and daughter, and he" and his'
wife are expecting their. first
grandchild.
Mentoring is not unlike
leaching and parenting.
"These are like erandchil-
dren to me," Smith sa
As for the "Littles." the'
youngsters are pretty enthusias-'
tic about the program. "-
,,
"When I turn S, I'm prob-'
abl1 going to be a mentor," says
Kyle. '. .
For more information onr
mentoring contact Bie
Brothers Big Sisters of
Northwest Florida, at 433 --
5437, or visit their vebsite at
vi\ v.bbbsn% fl.org.

Stior \'ritien by Deboirah
Nelson. Reach her at:
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By DEBORAH NELSON
Press Gazette Staff WrTiet-
It's not too late to pick up.
tickets to this weekend's ARC
Nlardi Gras Ball,
The festivities will take.
.place, Saturday night., at Sikes
Hall, aboard NAS Whiting
Field. ..
Social hour starts at 6 p.m.,
with dinner'and dancing at 7.
The Mainstreet Band is sched-
uled to perform.
The Ball is "'costume
optional" this year, and
includes entertainment, danc-
ing, a silent auction, buffet din-
ner an d other Mardi Gras relat-
ed actiiies.
Guests in masks and dis-
guise get to participate in a cos-


tume contest.
Tickets are $30, or $210 for
a table of eight.
Dress is black-tie or cos-
tLime optional.
All proceeds benefit the
ARC.
The non-profit ARC proz
videos services to people with
developmental disablities, in
order to help them like inde-
pendent lives, officials note.
ARC programs include'
Adult Day Training, Supporte4
Emplo nment. .Supported
Living, Respite. Companion.
Homemaker,, Chore, and
.Personal Care.
SFor more information, caon
tact Executie Director Ann
Smith, at 623-9320.
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Booth space open for Fair


The Santa Rosa County
Fair is still a couple of months
off, but organizers are alreajd
reserving exhibition spaces.
The Fair official\ runs
April '5-9. Planned activities
include rides, food, rodeo, a
petting zoo, various, exhibits
and other entertainment.
That. includes general
admission features such as
Kachunga & the Alligator
Show, the White Tigers of
India, The Kaboodlestoppers,
Tuffy the Horse, professional
rodeo riders and barrel racers,
and various local talent.
Organizers say over 24
rides and attractions are


planned, along with ganies anO-
other vendors.
.A variety of competitive
exhibits will be on display
throughout the Fair. Organizer;
say cash prizes and ribbons % iel]
be awarded for most competi-
tions.
Booth categories include
student fine art, photography
community exhibits, livestock
4-H, horticulture, handicrafts,
canned foods, and school dis"-
plays..,'
i This year, the Fair moves th
its new location at the East
Milton Recreation Center. T6
help out, or for more informa!-
tion, call 623-1115.


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Wednesday February 2006


The Santa Rosa Press Gazette Page 7-A


Legals


AMENDED NOTICF OF
SHERIFFS SALE
NOTICE is hereby given that
pursuant to WRIT OF EXECU-
TION issued in the County
Court of Santa Rosa 'County,
Florida, on the 12th day of
October, 2005 in. the cause
wherein F.A. Management
Solutions, Inc. was plaintiff and
Anita Pacetti Redmond was
defendant, being Case No. 57-
2003-CC-1678 in said court, I,
Wendell Hall, As Sheriff of
Santa Rosa County, Florida,
have levied upon all the right,
title, and interest of the defen-
dant, Anita Pacetti Redmond in
and to the following, described
personal property, to wit:
DESCRIPTION OF PROPER-
TY
2005 BLUE DODGE GRAND
CARAVAN SE
VJN:2D4GP24R45R109141,
Tag #:26136WT.
I shall.offer this property for
sale, at east front door of the
Santai Rosa Criminal Justice
Facility, in Milton, Santa Rosa
County, Florida, at the hour bf
1:00 p.m. on March 7, 2006 Or
as soon thereafter as possible.


I will offer for sale all the said
defendants, Anita Pacetti
Redmond, right, title and inter-
est in the aforesaid personal
property, at public auction and
. will sell the same, subject to
taxes, all prior liens, encum-
brances and judg hents, if any
to the highest and best bidder
for CASH IN HAND. The pro-
ceeds to be applied as far as
may be to the payment of costs
and the satisfaction of the
above described execution,
WENDELL HALL, SHERIFF
OF SANTA ROSA COUNTY,
* FLORIDA
By: James E. Chessher
Deputy Sheriff
IF YOU HAVE A DISABILITY
REQUIRING SPECIAL
ACCOMMODATIONS OR TO
ARRANGE TO VIEW THE
PROPERTY, PLEASE CON-
TACT JANICE PLATT (850)
983-1281 AT LEAST SEVEN
(7) DAYS PRIOR TO THE
SALE DATE.
020106
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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE FIRST JUDICIAL CIR-
CUIT, IN AND FOR SANTA
FROSA COUNTY, FLORIDA
Case No.: 05-2260
Division: M
Chera Navrisky
Petitioner
and
Bryon Navrlsky
Respondent.
NOTICE OF ACTION FOR
DISSOLUTION OF- MAR-
RIAGE
TO: BRYON NAVRISKY
6349 LYNAM DR.
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an
action has been filed against
you and that you' are required
to serve a copy of your written
,*lf risei ;f ar., i. ;I ,:, ," ,'.;
Na~rinni rtr^. addr1.i ,
6349 Lynam Dr. on or before
March 6, 2006, and file the
original with the clerk of this
Court at 6865 Caroline St.
Milton, FL. 32570, before serv-
ice,oh 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 Circuit 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 ne mailed to Ihe address
on record ai me clerk's
office.
WARNING: Rule 12.285,
Florida Family Law Rules of
Procedure, requires certain
automatic disclosure of doc-
uments and information.
Failure io comply can resull
in sanctions. Including ols-
missal or singing of plead-
Ings
Dated February 2, 2006.
CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT
COURT *
CIRCUIT C'iiJiT SEAL
B, CairTr. ,g- r, .


I Commnity


Bonds

seminar to be held
"Build, Your Financial
Foundation with Bonds" is the
name of an upcoming seminar
to be co-hosted by Investment
Representative. Johnr Peacock,
of the financial-services firm
Edward Jones. The even will
be held at two times and loca-
tions on Tuesday, February 28
at 11:30 at Bay Beach Inn, 51
Gulf Breeze Parkway in Gulf
Breeze and 6 p.m. at Asbury
Place, 5725 N. 9th Avenue in
Pensacola. Guest speaker will
be Tim Boyle, 'senior bond
trader with Edward Jones.
Other co-hosts for this sem-
inar are Investment
Representatives Darrel .Greer.
Deb Hild, Tom Jennings. J.P.
Morgan and Scott Shanks. The
seminar is free, but guests are'
asked to call 850-969-7985 to
reserve a seat and designate,
which seminar they % ish to
attend.


Home Buyers

Workshop planned
Community Commitment
Program Home Buyers
Workshop presented by Bank
of America will be held at
Isaiah Chapel A.M.E. Zion
Church 5038 Dr. Martin hLither
King, Jr. Drive, Milton,/Florida
on Saturday, February 18,20,06
from 9:3i0 a.m until 12.30p.m.
Loan officers and account
,managers from Bank. of
America will be on hand to
;answer your questions and get
1you on the road to home own-


ership The cost of the work-
shop is free. Ho'e\xer. dona-
tions will be greatly appreciat-
ed.. ,
No down payment required.
No PMI' or FICO scores
required. This program can
apply to either, purchase a
home or refinance a home. For
more information please' call.
850j 4476-2266 '


Early Learning

Coalition to meet
The Earl5 Learning,
Coalition of Santa Rosa County
Coalition Board meeting will
meet Februan 16. 2006 at the
Berr hill Complex conference
room C There %\ill be an
Executive meeting at 3:00 p.m..
follow ed bN the Finance meet-.
ing at 3:30 p.m.. with the full
Coalition Board meeting at
4:00 p.m.
The Pro% riders Services and
Support committee \% ill meet
on \Wednesdai, FebruarN 22,
2006 at the Gulf Breeze
Coimmunit- Life Center
Conference room 1118 in Gulf
Breeze from 3:00 to 4:30 p.m.
All meetings are open to
the public.
For additional information,
call Suzanne Harrison at 6266-
2212.

Diabetes

program set
Vicki lMerold,ia nurse prac-
titioner with the Northwest
Florida Heart Group, will pres-
ent a program on ways for per-
sons with diabetes and heart


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program \\ill be at the
Community, of Christ Church
on Raymond Hobbs Street at
7:00 .p.m. on Tuesday,
February 21. The public is
in ited to attend. .
Heart disease is the number,
one killer or Americans today.
Diabetes has also reached epi-,
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American population, includ-,
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PUBLIC INFORMATION MEETING


SR 10 (US 90/Caroline St) from East of SR 281
(Avalon Blvd) to East of SR 87 (Stewart St)
Financial Project ID 406328-1-52-01



The Florida Department of Transportation (FDOT) will hold an informal Public Information Meeting.regarding the upcoming
resurfacing project on State Road 10 (US 90) in Milton. This meeting Will be held Tuesday, February 21, from 5 p.m. until 6
p.m. in the Santa Rosa Countr Administrative Center, Commissioner's Board Room at 6495 Caroline'Street. Milton. Florida.


Date: Tuesday, February 21,2006
Time: 5 p.m. to 6 p.m. CST
Place: Santa Rosa County Administrative Center
6495 Caroline Street
Milton, Florida

This meeting .is being conducted to afford interested persons an opportunity to pre liew plans and the construction schedule for
resurfacing SR 10 (US 90 Caroline Street from east of SR 281 (Aalon Boulevard.) to east of SR 87 North iStewart Street). The
project also in=olhes median and turn lane modifications. Anderson Columbia was awarded the $1.5 M contract. Construction
on the 1.9 mile stretch of road%\a\N is scheduled to begin earl\ March. and take approximately months to complete.

This meeting will follow an 'open house' format. FDOT representatives will be available to answer questions. Comments are
welcome and forms will be pro% ided. There x ill not be a formal presentation or public testimony\ period. Hoinever. a brief
presentation will be made pro- iding a brief description and overview of the project. All interested persons are encouraged to
attend and participate in this meeting. Note: This a resurfacing not multi-laing project.

The meeting is being held to comply with TitleVI of the Ci\ il Rights Act of 1964 and Title VIII of the Ci\ il Rights Act of 1968.
a, aniended. Public participation at this meeting is encouraged and solicited \\ without regard to race. color, creed, religion, sex,
age. natiorial origin, disability. or faniil status. Persons w\ fishing to express their concerns relative to Department compliance with
Title VI and or Title VIII maydo so by contacting the Florida Department of Transportation. District Three. Title VI/VIl Office,
Post Office Box 607, Chipley, Florida 32428-0607 (Telephone (toll-free): 888-638-0250, ext. 520, or the Florida Department of
Transportation's Equal, Opportunity Office, 605 Suwannee Street. Room 260, Tallahassee, Florida 32399-0450 (Telephone:
(850)414-4753). All inquiries or complaints will be handled in an expeditious manner and according to department procedure.
This meeting is being held in conformance with the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) of 1990. Persons who may require
special accommodations at the meeting should contact Ed Blackmon, Project Manager, at least seven (7) days prior to the
meeting at (850) 981-0742, EBLACKMON@G-and-O.com. If you have any questions concerning the meeting or the project,
please contact Ed Blackmon or Tommie Speights, FDOT District Three Public Information Director, toll-free at (888) 638-0250,
,ext. 208, tommie.speights@dot.state.flus. Comment forms will be available at the meeting.


FLORIDA DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION


Deputy Clerk
020806
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NOTICE OF SALE
In accordance with leases
between the following persons
And Glover Lane / Parkmore
Self Storage at 4815 S.W.
Glover Lane, Milton FL 32570,
a public or private sale Will be
conducted al 4 '6 ParlJimore
Plaza Dr. M.,ir.,. FL 3,:8;3 al
8:00 am on 02/23/06. Sale
complies with part IV of
Chapter 83 of the Florida
Statute.
PAt.IF.1ORE 'TSTOAG-E
UNIT #
TENNANT
C52
MARGARET SLACK
C2
BRIAN BABBITT
C77,
MITZI PAGE THOMAS
J270
CASSIE LAIL
J281


SHANNON CRUZ
J282
LORRAINE CATHEY
L305
ERMA MAE ADAMS
El00
DEANNA OLDHAM
E113
SARAH FITMAYER
E118
JOSEPH) KREISER
F133
STEPHEN BARRINGTON
F158
PAT PULMANO
F156
RICHARFD WALLACE
G208
CHRIS NORMAN
S.H235
DIANE PATTERSON
CLOVER LANE STOFRAE
*A2
LECIA CC' IJKL L'
4A30C
PAMELA PURCELL
056
JASON JARVIS
D83
MELINDA ADAMS
G144
BAREBARA ArJOEfi'.ON.
Gi:,ts-.
BElEjar.llfJ KIflG


GLOVER LANE SELF STOR-
AGE/PARKMORE STORAGE
4815 GLOVER LANE
MILTON, FL 32570
021106
021506
021806


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR
SANTA ROSA COUNTY,
FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
FILE NO.:2006-CP-9
DMSION:"B'"
IN RE: ESTATE OF
GERALD D. JAMES,
Deceased.',
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
The administration of the
estate of GERALD 'D. JAMES,
deceased, with the case num-
b cr ird;cleld at:.',, .1 p r',,;r,'
.r. ire C,'.-u,i Cou Or rSa i
Roua Cunry. Fi.:'.da Pr:iea-
Division, the address of which
is 686E S W C arol.-i,e 5ireel
Milton,, Fi.lrina. 3'I570r Tr.
'name and aarer.. .5 Ih F p.-."-
syr'al r3pri rnaine and *I'.1 ir.E
perc-~r.3 r pre,inilj,& :arfor-.


ney are set forth below.
All creditors of the decedent
and other persons' having
claims or demands against the
decedent's estate, including
unmatured, contingent or unliq-
uidated claims, on whom a
S'copy of this notice Is served
must file their claims with this
court WITHIN THE LATER OF
3 MONTHS AFTER THE DATE
OFTHE FIRST PUBLICATION
OF THIS NOTIbE OR 30
DAYS AFTER THE DATE OF
SERVICE OF A COPY OF
THIS NOTICE ON THEM. -
All other creditors of ti e dece-
an.r.l ana oihar p. ,r c.n, r.a, .r.g
:15im; or .cmar,,, age.ini Me
Sa..,a7,l ri .- ceate i'r..:lu01 rig
unrrialureod .x. lhrr cii unIrI.
udale,'Jd :la'ii. m STu ii ri l ,r
:lsri,: A.irII, ir, .,iur WITHItl 3
r.lJl-TH5 AFTER THE DATE
OF THE FIRET PLIBLICATIOCi
'OF THIS tlOTiCE
ALL CLAIMS .NOT SO FILED
..'WILL BE FOREVER BARRED.
Date of the first publication of
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All team captains and those
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for 6:00 p.m.. February 21 at
Milton PJC Student Center.
Milton already has 44 teams
* registered for the April 28-29
event. For $100 registration
fee and a lot of enthusiasm, a
group of people can form a
team and join us in the fight

'MOMS Club(
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Divorce W
The Christ United Methodist
Church will be hosting a non-
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Divorce Recosery Workshop,
"Navigating Di'orce." beginning
February" 22. 2006. The Workshop
will be held on Wednesda)


against cancer. Welcome
new teams: Olivet, Baptist
Church, Pace Firecrackers,
Texas Roadhouse, St.' Rose
Life Teen. Woodbine Baptist
Church, Holiday Home
Pacers, Curnes. and Hobbs
Middle School. Using the'
theme, "Cancer Takes No
Holiday', many teams \ ill
decorate their campsites
choosing a holiday of their
choice and compete for the


"best camp site" award.
Relay is an overnight esent
guaranteed to be full of fun
and enthusiasm. but more
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difference in the fight against
cancer! We invite you to take
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Registration is available on-
line at
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Milton or contact Mellani
Gilbert at 626-5044.


to meet monthly locally
codes. 32570, 32571 and 32585. calendar;of our monthly\ actuimes.
The monthly meeung is held on the please contact Jennifer. 850-995-
first Monday of each month at 8789 or
Woodbine United Methodist in jenndda i@bellsouth net
Pace. If %ou would like more infor-
maton on this chapter or a saniple

rkshop to begin soon!


evenings at 6:15 w ith actis iues pro-
,ided for children of all ages and
lasts till 7:30 p.m. To ensure
enough materials for all anendees,
reservations are requested An
optional dinner is pro ided at 5:30
p.m. for the cost of $3 per adult.


and $1 per child. Reservations are
requested b\ Monday at noon. For
dinner reser\ alons and more intor-
mation, please call 623-0614 or
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Billory Baptist to host Gospel Sing
Billory Bapust Church. located on 17th at 7:30 p.m. If you lose Padgett at S50 30-33S1I There i-, a
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Nasha ille.TNon Fnday. February For more information call Diane during the concert.


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Cobbiton Holiness Church,
,-located at 4700 Greens'ood
Rd. Ja.. '%ill hase a Gospel
Singing Saturday. February 18
at 6 p.m. The Galloways from
Nash.iulle. TN .ill be the
guest-singing group and con-
cregational and local singers
%ill be present too Everyone
is welcomee! For more infor-
mation, contact Pastor Jim
Lass'ter at 675-6715 or
Deacon Bill Morgan at 675-
421 2.

Triumphant
Quartet to sing!
Come and experience some inspir-
ing Southern Gospel riusic quar-
tet st.,le ,%%ith "Triumphant
Quartet" at the Imn-nuel Baptist
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p mrn


Woodbine Baptist Church.
located at 4912 Woodbine
Road in Pace will be having a:
Yard Sale House Demolition
Sale ith lots of miscellaneous
items such as \ windows, doors.
light fixtures, etc The fun
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I The Santaflosa'Pregs Gazette


Page 8A


Ask the Preacher

S. a weekly column answering your questions
with Biblical answers about life.
Dear Pastor Gallups, "Can )ou please explain Reelauon 22:2
and Ezekiel 47:12 concerning the meaning of the 'leaves of the
trees' and the 'healing of the nations'". Thank ,ou L.S., Milton
P.S. I enjoy your columns and your radio program: they are
vert informative'
Dear L.S Thank you so much for \our kind %sords concerning
this column and the "Ask the Preacher" radio program aired on
WEBY 1330 A NM. For the rest of the readers. that radio program
can be heard on Saturday s from -1 4:30 p.m. and on Sundays from
7:30 S.0( am.
The t\so passages that \ou refer to in Reselation and Ezekiel
are speaking of the same time period in eternal histon. according
to mosi Biblical scholars. Most likely the\ refer to the blessed state
of "paradise recreated". This time s' ill be. of course, after the rap-
ture of the church. after the Wrath of God has been poured out on
an unbelietring orld and after the Millennial Reign of Jesus as
,'ell as after the Great White Throne of Judgement resealed in
Revelation Chapter 20.
It js inthis time of a "ne\\ earth" and paradise restored
(Re% elation 21I that those \'`ho belong to Jesus through a bomn-
again relationship itih him should enjoy eternal health and bliss.
"The nations" referred to here probably refer to the variouss tribes.
tongues,. people and cultures that v\ill be represented in eternity.
There v. ill be no need for a continual state of "healing" as there
v\ill be no more sickness or death there IRe\. 21i. Therefore the
trees and the leaves are probably representative of the blissful heal-
inm that comries to the born-again believer through Jesus Christ and
that neter ends.
It is tnterestng to note that in the original Garden of Eden there
\'.as but one. "tree of life" whereas in Paradise Restored there are
many 'trees of life" that line the street that tlos, s from the Throne
of God!
As \ou can see. L.S., the main point of both passages is that no
matter \'hat it costs \ou to serve Jesus sith \our life nov...it is
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i& Angiei Scott of Ft \\ortli.
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East Milton Water Ststems Office. All interested
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South Airport Road.

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February 24, 2006, during the business hours of
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will begin on Monday, January 23th through Saturday, February
18th. Registration M-F will be at the office of Santa Rosa Christian
School from 8:00 A.M. to 4:00 P.M. Registration on Saturdays,
January 28th & February 4th. 11th, 18th will be at the Santa Rosa
Christian School 9:00 A.M. Noon. Here are the programs Gospel
Projects YAC offers.;
PRE-TEE BALL Ages 3 1/2 4
(Must turn 4 by May 1)
PRO-TEE BLL Age 5
TEE BALL, Ages 6-7
MINOR LEAGUE Age 8 (Machine Pitch)
LITTLE MAJORS Ages 9-10 (Machine Pitch)
MAJOR LEAGUE Ages 11-12 (Machine Pitch)
Dizzy. Dean Ages 13-14

Girls Softball Leagues
GIRLS MINORS Ages 8-9 (Machine Pitch)
GIRLS JUNIORS Ages 10-11 (Modified-Fast Pitch)
GIRLS MAJORS Ages 12-14 (Fast Pitch)
COST
$75.00 for one player, $65.00 for each additional family member.
Returning players from last year receive a $5.00 discount per
child through February 11th. After February 11th the registration
fee returns to regular rates. Those registering for Dizzy Dean will
pay $80.00 per player ($5.00 discount applies through Feb. 11th
for returning players).
*Birth Certificates required for new players.*
Gospel Projects is a church-operated recreational training league
program that is non-discriminatory and emphasizes participation,
family values, and good, wholesome fun. Don't miss the action
this Spring! Call 623-4671 for additional information.
YAC is located at 6331 Chestnut Drive in Milton
(just 1/2 mile north of the Winn Dixie Shopping Center)
YAC reserves the right to close registration in any league if -
deemed necessary before the last official day registration.


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Obituaries


Carpenter,
Earnesteen
Earnesteen Carpenter, age
67, of Milton, passed away
Friday, February 10, 2006, in
Pensacola.
Mrs. Carpenter was a native
and lifelong resident of Santa
Rosa County. She was a mem-
ber of the Old Springhill
Baptist Church. She was a lov-
ing and caring mother, grand-
mother, great grandmother, sis-
ter, aunt and friend. Earnesteen
\ as blessed with lots of friends
and familN. She ne\er let her
paralysis for the past 48 \ears
hold her dow n. She maintained
her home and was an excellent
seamstress. She led the race
% ith determination and had a
great influence on a lot of lives
that she touched.
Mrs. Carpenter %\as preced-
ed in death b) her parents,
Hiram and Beadie Pittman: sis-


ter, Ester McCall, and brother,
Horace Pittman.
Earnesteen is stirvived by
her son-James R. Carpenter;
granddaughter-Karen (Mike);
grandson--Douglas and grand-
daughter-Autumm; sisters-
Louise Thomas and Stella
Jernigan; fi\e brothers-Enoch
Pittman, Bernard Pittman.
Wilmer Pittman, Helton
Pittman; and Sherman Pittman.'
A graveside service for Mrs.
Carpenter was held 2:30 p.m.,'
Sunday, Februar .12, 2006 at,
Crain Cemetery in Milton. \' ith
Rev. Eldon McCormick offici-
ating.
Lewis Funeral Home in
Milton is in charge of arrange-
ments.
McCuiston,
Hiroko Y.
1933-2006
Hiroko Y. McCuiqton. age


72 of .Milton, passed away
Thursday, February 9, 2006.
She was a native of Japan and
became an American Citizen in
1969.
She was preceded in death
by her parents, Jinsuke and
Tori Kawasaki. '
She is sur i\ ed b\ her hus-
band of 40 years-James -E.
McCuiston of Milton., 1 daugh-
ter-Nlieko Shelton and: her
husband Bernard of Ft. Knox,
KY, and 5 grandchildren.,
:. Memorial contributions
may be made to the American,
Cancer Society.
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Wednesday February .... ----- ----- ---- -------
Obituaries


Hlorence
Elizabeth Martin
1920-2006
Florence Elizabeth Martin,
age 85, of Milton passed away
early Monday morning,
February 13, 2006 at a local
convalescence center after a
lengthy illness. She was a resi-
dent of Milton since 1951. She
was a retired teacher's aide
with the Santa Rosa County
School System. She was a
member of the First United
Methodist Church of Milton.
She was preceded in death
by her, parents, 3 brothers, 1
sister and her husband Ted J.
Martin.
She is survived by two
sons-Jim (Sybil) Martin of,
Milton;. and Bruce Alan
(Bobbie) Martin of Dixon,
Missouri; 2 daughters-Carol
A. (Russell) Hohman of
Warner Robbins, Georgia; and
Debra Joan (Michael) Moore
of Milton; 3 grandsons-Todd
K. (Jessica) Martin of
Crestview, Russell Edward
Hohman, Jr., and Kurt Edward
Hohman, both of Warner
Robbins, Georgia; 3 grand-
daughters: Suzanne D.
(Stephen) Ward of Allentown,
Elizabeth M. Martin and Emily
Joy Martin, both of. Dixon
Missouri.
Funeral services for Mrs.
Martin will be at 2:00 p.m.,
Wednesday, February 15,
2006, at Lewis Funeral Home
Milton Chapel, with Rev.
Gerald Shelton, Pastor of First
United Methodists Church of
Milton, officiating. Burial will
follow in Milton Cemetery
with Lewis Funeral Home
directing. ,The family will
receive friends from ,12:30--
2:00 p.m. prior to the service.


Active pallbearers will be
Todd Martin, Rusty Hohman,
Kurt Hohman, Stephen Ward,
Brent Ward, and Billy Price.
Honorary Pallbearers will
be Joe English, Billy Helms,
Clayton White, John Temple,
Jack Locklin, Sr., Joseph
Cook, and Winston Burnham.
The family wishes to
express its sincerest thanks to
the staffs of Santa Rosa Health
and Rehabilitation Center,
Emerald Coast Hospice, Dr.
Janet Lewis, and to her special
friend Martha Penfield for all
their care given to Mrs. Martin
during her time of illness.
The family wishes to
express that memorial contri-
butions may be made to
Emerald Coast Hospice.

Spears, Farbie Ann
1914-2006
Farbie Ann Spears, age 91,
of Allentown passed away
Tuesday, February 7,2006. She
was a native of Monroe
County, Alabama and resided
in Allentown for most of her
life. Mrs. Spears was preceded
in death by her husband, Willie
0. Spears and granddaughter,
Virginia Wooten.
She is survived by: six chil-


dren-Aubra (Eloise) Spears
of Pensacola, Mary (Wayne)
Turman of Milton, Verline
(Larry) Welch of Milton,
Dexton Spears of Pensacola,
Sylvia (Timothy) Hale of
Allentown, Doyce (Linda)
Spears of Pensacola, 2 sister-
in-laws-Eula Trawick of
Allentown, Emma Lee Spears
of Pace, 16 grandchildren, 22
great-grandchildren and 5 great
great-grandchildren.
Funeral services were held
Saturday, February 11, 2006 in
the Lewis Funeral Home
Chapel with Reverend LaDon
Hall and Hospice Chaplain
Mike Stokes officiating. Burial
followed in the Calvary Baptist
Church Cemetery with Lewis
Funeral Home directing.
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5110 N. 9th Ave.
Pensacola
1 lam


February 17th
David's Catfish House
5120 Dogwood Dr.
Milton
2pm


February 21 st & 24th
Golden Corral
2260 Langley Ave.
Pensacola
2pm


February 22nd
-Fire Mountain
9006 Hwy 29
Pensacola
2pm


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Wednesday February 15, 2006


4-H


New section


"spotlights" kids


Clover

Corner
4-H programs and acti ties in
Santa Rosa Counts are open to
boys and girls ages 5 to 18
regardless of race. color. creed.
religion. national origin, sex or
handicap.
For more information about
4-H contact Vickie B. Mullins,
Santa Rosa County 4-H
Coordinator, at 623-3868. -
Upcoming Etents
Monday, February 20: 4-H Are
you ready for this?
4-H Fun day and workshops.
for Junior and Senior 4-H mem-
bers (Cloverbuds must be
accompanied b. a parent or
leader)
WVorkshops include 4-H histo-
r3 and tradmons, choosing, a
project, keeping records.
awards, county events, commu -
nity service, and more
Takes place 9 a m. to 3 at the:
Counts. Extension Office. Cost
is $2 per member.
RSVP by noon, Feb 17,at the
4-H office, 623-3868.
Saturday, March' 4, PIC
Milton Campus. Forestry and
Natural Resources Concla\e &
Lumberjack Fesri% a] -
This annual event pro ides
fun. educational exhibits and
displays for the %whole fami.l%
Highlights include tradition-
al lumberjack demonstrations
and contests.
Activities include compass &
pacing,. knife throwing, axe,
throwing, pole felling, pulp-
vn ood throw Jack and Jill cross-
cut, and more.
i Kids acti',ties include soft-
ball toss. log rolling. face paint-
ing. crafts, a t Ilit from Smokes
the Bear, and more!
A free pancake .breakfast
begins at 6:30 a.m.
Youth and adults age 13 and
older ma\ register to compete
in contests held throughout the
day.
For 4-H leaders., a Project
Learning Tree curriculum
%workshop will take place from
9 a.m. to 3, in room 4308.
Interested 4-H participants
should register earlb
For more information contact
the PJC Milton Campu

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Welcome- to the Press
Gazette's newest feature, our
Spotlight section.
Its designed to showcase
area Noung people's mann cre-
ative talents, and report ne,.s
about, and b\. area kids.
This edition introduces
Hawk, who is being trained b,
10. year'old Kaidtln Pace as'a


guide dog.
Look for future updates on
Hawk's progress, along with
news on local kids oriented
events, the 4-H. and of course.
young people's own submirted
%%ork.
Appearing in. our
Wednesday% edinon, the Press
Gazette will publish riLing.
artwork, photos other media by


area youngsters.
Got something on your
mind?
Kids under 18 are invited
to submit original work to the
editor.
Writing can, be original
, stones, letters to the editor. edi-
torials i your opinion about
something). new s reports. poet-
ry, songs, or other work.


Ideally, it will be typed,
and under 250 words.
Artwork may include orig-
inal drawings, photos and other
media... I
m-. To submit work,, mail,
email or stop by the Press
Gazette (6629 Elva St., behind
Regions Bank) with ithe sub-
mission and your name, age
and telephone number (phone


numbers ill not be published)
Original work can .be
returned, but'you (or your par-
ent) must pick it up yourself.
For more information,
contact Deborah Nelson. at'
623-2120, ermnail nelson@sr-
pg. com..
The paper ma\ edit work
for length or content.


Hawk: Tales of a guide dog puppy


By Kaitlyn Pace

Have you ever seen a
blind person standing at a
cross alk with' ,a service dog,
and wondered how the dog,
knew what. to do to get them.
safely across the street? '
Over the coming
months, I will be sharing w, ith
you some of, the preparation
and training that goes into get-.
ting a guide dog puppy ready tb
become a ser- ice dog.
: Let me introduce \ou
to my guide dog puppy.
"Hawk.'" He is a Golden
Retrie\.er and Labrador
Retriever mix, also called a
"Goldador."
He is sixteen weeks
old and was born in Palmetto.
Florida, at the Southeastern
'Guide Dog School
He came to hie ith
me when he wa- ten %weeks old
and will ,ta\ with me for
twelve to SL\Xteen months.
After that he will go
back to the school for special
training with a certified guide
dog trainer and to be paired
with a blind person
I am what the school
calls a "pupps raiser." NIt job
is to, take Haw k on exposure


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outings toplaces that blind
people ma\ go. such as the gro-
cers store, church, or other
places of business
Taking him to these
places helps him to become
comfortable in different -itua-
tLions
During his ume with
me Haw. k will also be learning
basic. obedience skills and most
importantl. that v.hen his
guide dog coat is on: it is time
for %work and not for play
Next week I '. ill hare
wv.ith \ou about the local puppN
raiser group and some of the
obedience skills that the group
is workingg on ith the dogs.
I'd also like to show sou some
of the places that I take Ha wk
for training.
lMalbe Hawk and I
" will see sou around town'
Look tfori itn s updates
,tPoi Kaiits on Ha ii Ak s rit ain-
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Haik, a sixteenaeek old "Goldador" is staying with Kaitlyn
Pace while he learns to be a seeing eye dog. Goldadors are a
mix or Golden Retriever and Labrador breed dogs.


Time to register for ZOO Camp


Looking for -something
exciting to do for spring
break?
How about a trip to the
monkeN house!
ZOOcamp 2006 is cur-
rently holding registration for
upcoming sessions.
This year's crop of ZOO
campers will meet all of The
Zoo's newest animals.
That includes the babh
hippo. Niles: along \with resi-
dent Australian 'roos and
emus!
Campers will also learn


how to handle lots of other
animals like snakes, lizards,
and btrds.
Each %week features differ-
ent actil ittes and special
crafts, but campers ,will get a
chance to visit with all of The
ZOO s most popular animals
in esery session
The age 6-11 session %will
be held at 9 a m. to 3 p.m. on
the following dates-
March 13-17. Nlas 22-26,
June 5-9. June 19-23 July 3-7.
July 24-28. Nla. 29-June 2.
June 12-16. June 26-30, Jul%


10-14.
Cost are as follows.
ZOO Friends Members.
$5180: Non-members. $200
Jr. Keeper camp programs
are available for kids ages 12-
18.
To reserve a spot in the
ZOO's summer camp pro-
grams, contact The ZOO at the
below listed number
Organizers sa) space is
limited.
For reservations. call 932-
2229 Ext. 101


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Campfire Valentines for Vets


As part of their Salute to Veterans service project. Milton Campfire kids recently finished up
efforts to make and send Valentines to area veterans. I Right i Brandon 0ll and Brianna ir.i display
-ome of their finished products. (Aboset Isabella. Dezhira and Bianca plows through a mountain of
pink and red construction paper., glue and scissors.
Through the project,. the youngsterss learned about what America's veterans have done for the country
to keep them safe
Campfire USA is a non-profit Louth development organization %which series nearly 750.000 children
nation ide. Campfire offers acti\ ities like camping. learning about the en\ ironment. comniuniti
ser\ ice vork and leadership development for bo% s and girls
For more information on getting involved wkith the Campfire USA Youth program. Contact Sue
Foreman. Center Director. at 623-1623.


Kaitl. n Pace takes HaA k outside for an open air lesson on the
art of "heeling." HaA k will eventually leave his young train-
er's charge, and be placed Awith a new owner he'll help w-ith
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February 1-28, 2006
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Poor Oral Hygiene:
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periodontal disease, tooth loss, and other serious
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Sports

SSideline
Baseball signups are
underway at E Milton
The East Milton Youth
Association baseball and softball
season is approaching offering T-
ball, coach pitch, player pitch
and softball.
Registration will be every
Saturday from 10,a.m. to 2 p.m.
through Feb. 25.,
Cost for registration is $65
for the first child adn a $5 dis-
count for each additional child.
: , ',, East Milton Youth
Association is also looking for
coaches and sponsors.
For more information or
directions contact baseball direc-
S: tor Bryan Hutchinson at 626-
4677, Dan Melvin at 525-9395 or
'visit them online at
iwww.myspace.com/eastmilton-
ballpark
Milton Power tryouts
to be held Feb. 25
.The'Milton Power All-Star
Cheerleading tryouts will be held
Feb. 25 from 9 a.m. to noon at
the Milton Community Center on
Byrom St.
These tryouts are for male
and females who are in the third
grade or older as of the 2006-07
* school year.
There will be a $3 tryout feel
and those wishing to try out need
to be dressed in shorts, t-shirt,
and tennis shoes.'
For more information please
contact the Milton Community
Center at 983-5466 and ask for
John Norton.
Pace Rotary Club to host
golf tourney at the Moors
The seventh annual Pace
Rotary Club Goif Tournament will
be held March 24 at the Moors
Golf Club.
Registration for the four-
player teams will begin at 11 a.m.
with a noon shotgun start. -
S Your $280 team registration
fee includes cart and green fees,
range balls one hour prior to
start, and all beverages, hole in
one prizes, and door prizes.
Along with a dinner after the tour-
nament.
There will also be a putting
.contest held at 11 a.m.
Registration deadline is
March 20th.
The Pace Chamber is also
looking for sponsors for this
event. If you are interested in
sponsoring a tee sign or tee
marker please contact the cham-
ber office.
For more information con-
tact 232-0891, 450-1.921, or 255-
'-795.
Adult softball league
registration underway
The City of Milton is starting
its adult softball league registra-
tion:
t This league will consist of
church, coed. and open league
-teams.
League play will start in the
middle of march and the final day
for registration is March 3.
The registration fee is $325
per team.
For more information or to
,register contact John Norton at
-the Milton Community ,Center at
983-5466.
Santa Rosa United Way
,to hold fishing tourney
United Wy of Santa -Rosa
County will be holding its first
ever bass fishing tournament on
May 20 at River Run Marina.
Currently the United Way of
Santa Rosa County is seeking
sponsors for this year's event.
SIf you are interested in being
a sponsor of the United Way of
Santa Rosa County's inaugural
bass fishing tournament please
contact the United Way offices in
Milton at 850-623-4507.
There are four different lev-
els of sponsorship opportunities
that are available.

Futbol Santa Rosa sign
up for soccer underway
Signups for Futbol Santa
Rosa's spring soccer season is
underway.
The season will run from
March 25 and run through May
13.
Age groups are U-6 through
U-18 with fees ranging from $50
to $70.
For more information go to
www.fcsantarosa.com


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Milton lifters fifth

E0 McMillion and Neely medal for MHS


By BILL GANBLUN
PG Sports Editor
Milton High School had
two medalist as the\ finished
fifth overall in Saturday's
FHTSAA Girls' Weightlifting
finals in Gaines\, ille.
The Lady Panthers earned
eight points on the efforts of
seniors Tatayana Neely and
Nlissy McMillion.
McMtllion finished second
in the 139-pound weight class
with a two-lift total of 325
pounds. 'while Neely finished
fourth in the 129-pound weight
class %' ith a total of 290 pounds.
Every girl has three
attempts to post their best pos-
sible weight in the bench press
and the clean and jerk.
The best successful lift in


State Weightlifting
Team Results

1. Spruce Creek (Port Orange) 41
2. St. Cloud 19
3. Ne%' Smyrna Beach 17
4. Port Charlotte 14
5. Milton 8

each discipline is added togeth-
er to post the combined total.
Missy McMIllion posted a
personal best in the bench press
of 180 pounds and held a 10-
pound lead heading into the
clean and jerk, where she post-
ed a best of 145 pounds.
Neely's best bench w'as 135
pounds, but she made up sever-
al places %when she clean and
jerked 155 pounds.


"The talent at the state meet
has improved so much from
\ear to year." said Milton head
coach Mike McMillion.
Neely was just 10 pounds
out of second place. while
McMillion missed the win by
15 pounds.
"Missy had the choice to go
for the win or be conservative,"
said McMillion. "She decided
to go for the win.
"Tat battled really hard and
See, GIRLS. Pg. 3B
Missy McMillion (left) and
Tatayana Neely (right) led the
Lady Panthers to a fifth place
finish overall at the FHSAA
Girls' Weightlifting Finals in
Gainesville on Saturday.
Press Gazette photo
by Bill Gamblin


(Above) The Milton faithful were urging the Panthers on during .
Saturday's district finals at Washington High School. Milton came up
short against Pensacola High by the score of 55-48. (Right) Milton's '
Adam Allen drove to the basket to score two of his team high 23
points in the loss to the Tigers.
Press Gazette photos by Bill Gamblin



Cat Fight! !


U Panthers fall to Tigers 55-

48 in the District 1-4A Finals


By BILL GANBLIN
PG Sports Editor
The excitement of the
District 1-4A bo.s' basketball
tournament could be repeated
in two weeks.
But before the Panthers can
hope to meet the Pensacola
Tigers yet again this season.
there are t\%o big games, which
lie ahead.
For Milton 22-6) they will
ha'e to defeat District 2 cham-
pion Tallahassee Godb. (21-51
on Thursday in Tallahassee.
Godby defeated Panama
City Arnold 82-69. '\ho will be
playing the host Tigers in a
location Net to be determined
since the Pensacola High G\m
has Net to be repaired from
Humcane 1' an.
In their district \'in Godby
had four players break double
digits led by DeAndra
McDaniel with 23 points.
Ken Moore was next with
17 points followed by Charles
Gennie with 12 and Tra is Lee
with I11.
In Milton's past mto district
contests Adam Allen is the only
Panther to reach double digits.
But in Friday's victoryy oer
Woodham AllMien was joined bN
Jeremy Millar and Jeremy
Tolbert in reaching double dig-
its.
Milton earned the right to


play Godby after falling to
Pensacola High 55-48 in the
district finals Saturday.
In the contest Milton threat-
ened a couple of times, but
ne'er lead.
The closest they could get
to the Tigers i24-l1 following
the opening tip %was a 6-6 tie
%with 3:59 remaining in the
opening quarter when Adam
Allen scored two of his team
high 23 points on a put back.
"The game %\as \'here we
needed it to be." said Milton
Head Coach Tim Short. "We
did hat [\e had to do. but
Pensacola is a much better team
than \Woodham.
"Tonimht e\ern one here sa'w
the reason 'why the\ only lost
one game the enure season."
After tr ing the game at six,.
the Panthers 'was able to cut the
lead to two points on si\ differ-
ent occasions with the last one
coming with 7:08 remaining in
the fourth quarter when a
Jeremy Tolbert dri'e to the
hoop made it 35-33.
The Panthers handed the
Tigers their only loss of the sea-
son back on Dec. 12 and would
like to do it again in two 'weeks
if the\ meet in the Region I
finals %with a state tournament
bid on the line.
"You ne'er know' what 'will
Sec. HOOPS, Pg. 2B


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," Regionals prove vey'
", tough for young squad
.. B~y BILL GAlllBLIN
PG Soorts Editor


Pace seemed poised to
make a strong run to the state-
wrestling meet as.eight Patriots
qualified for last Saturday's
regional meet at Tallahassee
Lincoln High School.
Now'" the Paaroet-are down
to three following a tough
weekend on the matt.
Of the six district champi-
ons only Kael Dougherty, Nick
Tre\ino. and Nick Webb
remain.
Dougherty finished third at
103 pounds by defeating
Chiles' Kris Dow'ning 13-8.
Trevino finished second to
Lincoln's Wilson Frasier 5-2 at
See, PACE, Pg. 3B


Southern


heats up


nationals
* Randy Hall just
misses IMCA sweep
By BILL GAMNBLIN
PG Sports Editor
Speedweek might be under-
'wa in Daytona. but several
local racers 'were enjoying the
dirt in East Milton's Southern
Race\\a\.
Randy Hall looked to
sweep the two IMCA Modified
races, but could do no better
than third on Saturday follow-
ing Friday's
Hall won on Friday by lead-
ing wire to "ire for the first
modified win of 2006 and the
$1,500 purse.
When the green flag
dropped Hall beat John Melton
to the first turn and held on to
the lead as Melton went around
in turn four and collected Chris
Henigan and Clay Galbreath.
Joel Cou!illion and Shane
Hebert were second and third
under the first caution.
With Hall leading Hebert
finally took o'er second by lap
18, but could get no closer.
Rounding out the top five
were Couvillion in third fol-
lowed by Richie Beasley and
Greg Hopkins.
Hopkins would' fare much
better on Saturday as he won
the $2,000 purse.
At the drop of the green flag
Hopkins trailed Jason Hughes
into turn one and remained their
See. SOU I HERN. Pg. 2B


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Sports


Milton QB Club


remembers the


'05 ball season

CI Allen and Johnson take a

majority of Monday's awards


By BILL GAMBLING
PG Sports Editor
The Milton Quarterback
i Club held their annual football
banquet Monday night at First
Baptist Church to celebrate the
Panthers 8-4 season in 2005.
Along with recognizing all
the players this season for their
efforts some very special hon-
ors were handed out.
For players of the week
offensive awards were given to
Victor Wiley, Caleb Stetwart,
I Emery Allen, Kyle Conrad,
Robert Carson, Dustin Land,
Justin Baker, and Paul Young.
t while defensive honors were
given to Josh Johnson, Tony
Johnson, Kevin Bradshaw,
Daniel Herndon, William
Beasley, Cornelius Allen, and
Jeremy Tolbert.
Recognized for their partic-
ipation in the Pensacola Sports
Association All-Star Game
were Baker, Smiley, Emery
Allen, Carson, Bradshaw,
Conrad. and Josh Johnson.
Smiley was also recognized
for his participation in the
Florida All-Star Game.
Emery Allen, Tony
Johnson. Smiley. Cornelius
Allen, Conrad, Nate Douglas,
and Bradshaw were recognized
for being named to the Florida
Sports Writers Association 4A
All-State squad.
Other special awards % ere


presented to the players:
Academic Award -
Brandon Harper
Challenger Award Tony
Johnson
O Line Award Justin
Baker
Offensive Receiver Award -
Robert Carson
Offensive Back/Leading
Rusher Award Kyle Conrad
Most Versatile/2-way play-
er Emery Allen
Defensive Line Award -
Kevin Bradshaw
Defensive Line Bakers
Award Tony Johnson
Defensive Secondary
Award Josh Johnson
%Most Improved Offense -
Nick Cain
Most Improved Defense -
Josh Johnson
Toughest Offense -
Christian Woods
Toughest Defense Daniel
Hemdbnfi:
Hard Hitter Award Emery'
Allen
Kick Game Player -
Jeremy Tolbenrt
Team Leaders Caleb
Stewart (Soph.), Tony Johnson
(Jr.). and Victor Wiley (Sr.)
Team Spirit Award. -
Maurice Lantry

Story written by
Bill Gamblin. Reach himn
at sports@'srpressgazetie.comn


Milton's Terrance Mitchell is seen going in for a lay-up on Saturday
when the Panthers faced the Pensacola Tigers in the District 1-4A
boys' basketball tournament held at Washington High School.
Press Gazette photo by Bill Gamblin


Hoops


Continued From Page One
happen," said Short. "It could
be a long two weeks, but we
have to worry about Thursday
first.
"We are in good shape, but
we have to take care, of each
game ahead of us one at a time."
Allen led the Panthers in
what was,a very physical con-
test by scoring 23 points.:
Terrance Mitchell was 'next
with eight points, while Jeremy
-Millar added seven for the
Panthers.
But before they even
thought of playing the Tigers,.
Milton had to achie\ e one of
their four team goals this sea-
son in a 71-56 win over
Woodham High School.
Short kept talking to his
team about composure, and
while his team kept their heads,
Woodham self-destructed in the
third quarter.
"I know the history
between Milton and
Woodham," said Short. "I knew
if we could keep our composure
we would battle back, :
"Woodham is a very proud
team and when they got behind
all of their composure was
lost." .
Even the composure of
Woodham Head Coach Benny
Washington, who was ejected
from the game after receiving
his second technical foul with
7:22 remaining in the fourth
quarter and his team down by.
12, 44-32.
The Titans took an early 12-
5 lead over Milton before the
Panthers started whittling away..
Woodham was up 22-16 in
the second quarter before" the
Panthers responded with a 70 :
run to take a 23-22 lead into
halftime.
"You learn from adversity
and our guys kept their heads
up the entire contest," said


Short. "Before the game we
talked about three keys -
tempo, penetrations and
rebounding, and pressure if
we wanted to win the game.
"Early on they controlled
the tempo, but we settled down
and stopped their penetration."
The big shot came in the
final minutes of the first half
when NlMaurice Lantry hit a
three to give the Panthers their
first lead.
Later in the second half
Jeremy Millar hit a three to give
Milton a 10-point lead, which
appeared to drain the life out of
the Titans.
"I knew '\ e were capable of
coming back," said Millar. "I
wasn't going to let this be my
last game as a Panther."
Despite leading Milton
with 19 points, Allen was not
pleased with his performance.
"Thank God (Jeremy
Nillar,i stepped up," said Allen.
"I played horrible and struggled
all night."
He might of thought his
game was horrible, but he.
brought the Panther fans to their
feet with a dunk in the fourth
quarter.
"Adam usually follows me
up on the fast break," said
Millar who finished the night
sw ith 17 points. "I am just glad
he was there to finish up with
the dunk after I missed."
Allen wasn't expecting
Millar to miss the lay-up on this
occasion.
"Normally he will call glass
for a dunk like that," said Allen.
Also joining the point
brigade was Jeremy Tolbert
who finished the night with 10
points.

Story written by
Bill Gamblin. Reach him
at sports@'srpiessga:ette.com


Southern


Continued Front Page One
until the first caution of the race
on lap five.
Kyle Rutkoski spun out in
turn one and Hopkins was able
to beat Hughes to the caution
and become the race leader.
Seven restarts later: and
Hopkins was still the leader at
the checkers followed by
Herbert. Hall. Couvillion, and
Hughes.
S 0. Ori Saturday Jesse Barnhill
"moved all the way up to third
4 before his night' ended with
mechanical trouble.
In other action on Saturday:
A field of 12 in the hobby
class roared to life with Divid
Windham leading the field to
turn one. %while Ricks Gilmore,
Alan Colley, and Dein Jones
battled for second.
Colley lost it in turn four
and brought out the first of four
cautions as Windham led the
field back to the stripe to take
the caution.
When the race resumed
Gilmore passed Windham
going into turn four.
As Windham started falling
- back through the pack to third
he got together with Robby
Messer.
Gilmore led Dean Shaw,
Rusty Ellis, Alan Colley and


Messer to the flag.
Shep Lucas. picked up
where he left off 2005 in the
late model class.
Frank Wilson started from
the pole and led the field to the
green, where he was closely
followed by Lucas and Scott
Dedwyleder.
By the time the field made
it to the backstretch Lucas was
out in front followed by
Ded w leader and Wilson.
While these three battled
for the lead Jonathan Joiner and
Jason Phillips brought out the
first caution of the feature when
they went around in turn three.
Lucas would continue on to
win followed by Dedwylder,
Wilson. De'in Jones, and
Stephen Brantles.
Saturday saw 23 stingers on
the track and DavidSteffens led
the field to the green.
Steffens dominated from
wire to wire, just as he did in
2005.
A caution on lap two waved
for multiple problems.
James Kimbrough came to
a stop in turn two while Jeremy.
Wolf and Glen Porter collided.
Collected in the aftermath
of Wolf and Porter were John
Jones, Cliff Robinson, and Josh
Da\is.


When the race concluded .
Steffens led Preston Porter,
Chad Murphey, Chris Gibson,
and Nick White to the check-,
ered flag.
The best way to describe it
is Bo knows racing.
Bo Bailey won Friday in
the thunder truck division as he
held off a late charge from
Wally Davis.
Rounding out the top five
were Bill Blum, Patrick
Jernigan, and Jim Derfoldi.
At the start of Friday's fea-
ture Davis took and earlN lead
over Bailey, but Bailey had the
lead by the completion of lap
one.
In the vintagee class Chris
Bayhi returned to victory lane,
but he didn't take the checkers.
On the track Bayhi was beat
to the stripe by Jay Jones fol-
lowed by Stuart Wilson. Kylan
Nathe\. Danny Thompson, and
Bo Sla\.
Jones was disqualified for
an unknown reason giving the
first win of the season to Bayhi
followed by the defending
series champion Wilson.
Bahi and Wilson battled
for the lead during the first eight
laps of the race until contact in
turn four spun both cars and
sent them to the back of the


It was just a matter of a few
laps before Bayhi and Wilson
were on Jones' heels, but were
unable to pass during the last
few laps.
Street Stock was won by
Brandon Harris work his way
through the field of 22 cars to
get the first win of the year.
Harris moved into the top
three on lap. 12 when Adam
Ellison went around in turn four
and collected Jason Dollar. "
When racing resumed
Harris passed Billy Shaw and,
after a caution on Lap 13,
.Harris would take the lead from
Brad Lee.
Rounding out the top five at
the ,checkers were Lee. fol-
lowed by Andy Penton, Dollar


and Tim Chopp. ,,.,
Matt Miley started Friday's
race from the pole and was
leading when the -red. flag
waved lap two as Danny Alvee
and Joe Hunt got together.'
When racing resumed
Miley continued to lead until
lap three when he suffered what
appeared to be a broken axel to
end his evening.
Aaron Buscavage won the
hogg division, which offered
the fans a great deal of excite-
ment.on the opening night.'
Billy Fletcher started the
race, from the pole, but would
end the race on the hook.
Entering turn one Rocky
Boyd took -the, lead with
Fletcher. Buscavage, and Alan
Seitz battling three wide for


second., ,,,, .
Fletcher came across., the
nose of Seitz's car and ended up
going over after he went up and
into the past of Andrew Bell in
turn four.
Following a red flag on lap
two, Boyd led Buscavage to the
green.
The lead remained
unchanged until a caution on
lap 15, which was brought out
when Hunter Neim turned
Jonathan Cotton into the front
stretch wall.
During the subsequent cau-
tion Boyd pulled off the track
and finished the race in ninth.
Rounding out the top five
were Jason Johnson in second
followed by Daniel Morris.,
John Hartle, and Richie Jenson.


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"Vedfl8sday, February lb, Ut


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OUTTA" THE
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7 /- By Tony Young

l ^ T 3Tony.Young@MyFWC.com
'. Florida Fish and Wildlife
q,,5i.. YConservation Commission





February Extends Deer bos
sess
Season in Northwest Per
Zone and Duck mu,
Hunting for Kids and
PS ted.
'. If you're like me and haven't bro
t bagged that monster buck yet, or sha
m 't'maybe you live in the central or, wid
southern part of the state and mu:
' haven't come to terms with the fact lets
,,. that general gun season is over for NIlu
the year, February night have just ball
what the doctor ordered. You see. L
,,:" there's a special post-season bet
* archery and muzzleloading gun ri se
S.season Feb. 16-26. but only in the Yo
Northwest Hunting Zone. ho

: immediately following the close vate
of the general gun season in the' state
Northwest Zone, this special leaI
archery/muzzleloading season and
: offers continued deer and hog ille
hunting opportunities. The best .pS
part is it occurs during the rut in this
,., some areas and offers the best ,do
chance of taking a trophy deer. : e
For instance, in most parts of the shc
Apalachicola National Forest and exi
in Gadsden County, the rut is still usi:
S going strong during this time. tro
Also, on Eglin Air Force Base, the sig,
rut is just coming in. sel

The hunt is for wild hogs and, tiol
bucks with at least one antler five pos
: inches or more in length above the
hairline. On private land, the daily Yoi
bag limit is two deer. Bag limits Ch
and antler size for deer on wildlife for
management areas (WMAs) can wh
differ. so check the area's brochure yea
before you hunt. hu
Only bows and mnuzzleloaders lice
S,,V are legal for this hunt. No cross- par


&s are allowed unless you pos-
s. a Disabled Person Crossbow
rmit. Bows must have a mini-
m draw weight of 35 pounds,
hand-held releases are permit-
For taking deer with a bow,
adheads must have at least two
opened edges with a minimum
Ith of 7/8 inch. For taking deer,
zzleloaders that fire single bul-
must be at least .40-caliber. ;
zzleloaders firing two or more
[s must be 20-gauge or larger.

.egal shooting hours are
ween one half-hour before sun-
e and one half-hour after sunset.
u are allowed to take deer and,
gs over feeding stations on pri-
e land, as long as the feeding
ion has been established for at
st six months prior to the season
I maintained year-round. It is.
gal to use bait on WMAs.

Some things you can't do during
s post-season include: using
gs (except leased dogs can be
;d to track wounded game);
voting swimming deer: using -
)losive or drug-injecting arrows:
ng bows equipped with elec-
nic computational or laser
hts: using muzzleloaders with
f-contained cartridge ammuni-.
i capabilities; and using or even
isessing modem firearms.

Also, Feb..4-5 are statewide
uth Waterfowl Hunting Days.
ildren under 16 can hunt water-
vl, coots and common moorhens
ile supervised by an adult (18
ars or older). Just the kids can
nt. Adults just supervise.- No
senses or permits are required for
rticipants..


The daily bag limit on ducks is
six, and within that six-bird limit
there can be only one black duck,,
one mottled duck, one fulvous
whistling-duck, one pintail and one
canvasback. Two may be red-
heads, wood ducks or scaup, and
four can be scoters or mallards (of
which only two can be female).
/ The daily limit on coots and com-
mon moorhens is 15, and there is a
five-bird limit on mergansers, only
one of which may be hooded. All
other species of ducks may be
taken up to the six-bird limit,
except harlequin ducks. Taking or
attempting to take harlequins is
illegal.

Shotguns, 10 gauge or smaller.
are the only firearm the kids are
allowed to use during the Youth
Waterfowl Hunting Days, and shot-
guns must be plugged to no more
than a three-shell capacity (maga-
zine and chamber combined).
Bows are legal but not very practi-
cal for duck hunting.

Shooting hours are one-half hour
before sunrise to sunset, and water-
fowl hunters may possess only
"non-toxic" shot. Only steel, tin or
shot made from tungsten-alloy are
permissible.

It's legal to use retrievers, artifi-,
cial decoys and manual or mouth-
operated bird calls. In fact they're
essential gear for duck hunting.

Whether you decide to break out
your bow or muzzleloader again to
continue deer and hog hunting in
the Northwest Zone, or if you'd
rather take your kid duck hunting
during the statewide-Youth
Waterfowl Days February has
you covered.

Here's hoping your persistence
pays off. Take a kid hunting. If
you don't have any children, offer
to take someone else's be a men-
tor. As always, have fun, hunt
safely, and we'll see you in the
woods!

Tony Young looks forward each
year to hunting the Northwest
Zone's special archery/muzzleload-
ing season as he lives in that
region and the deer are still in rut
on most,of the properties he hunts.


Girls


ContinuedFrom 7Page One
she nailed the clean and jerk on
her third attempt %when she had
to."
Other finishers for the Lady
Panthers were NMegan Ryan.
16th in the 101 pound weight
class, Randi Bishop. 18th in the
129 pound weight class, and
Lee Hart. 21st in the 169 pound
weight class.
Milton's
Kourtnuey
Kabel arid





for the sec- .
ond 'year in
a row was
not able to Hart'
m a k e's
weight, while Spann did not
attend the meet.
"She missed the competi-
tion due to personal reasons,"
said Pace High School Athletic
Director Robert Freeman.-
Another interesting absence'
at the competition was Pine
Forest's Breonna Hobson.
Hobson qualified for the
unlimited class after a clerical
error was discovered at the
Section 1 meet held at Ft.
Walton High School.
The clerical error had
Milton's Sierra Samuels listed,
as the third 'qualifier, but she
relegated' to fourth place and
replaced by Hobson.
Winning the team title was
Spruce Creek (Port Orange)
with 41 points followed by ST.
Cloud (19) in second, New


Smyrna Beach (7T) in third.
Port Charlotte (14) in fourth.
followed by Milton %with eight
points.
"I am proud we finished'
fifth .as a team," said
lMcMillion. "I am equally proud
of our two indi\ iduals.
"Overall everyone, showed
improvement and posted a per-
sonalbest."'
Ft. Walton Beach finished
in a tie for 17th, with fou
points, while Navarre finished
in atiefor 30th with two'points.
For Milton a lot of work
and effort ,was put in to make
the season a success as the Lady
Panthers won every local event
and challenged for the top team
honors at the Region meet in Ft.,
Walton Beach, which was held

earlier.

Sto thank
Coach Joe)
Austin for



"And I amwork
he has proud of the girls and thet in
to making
this season a .
success.
ed this a i dteam sport, but in
McMillion. Bishop
"And it became an individual
so proud of the girls and the
.effort and hard ork they have
put into this season.
"In the begamblninng e treats
ed this as a team sport, but in
the end it became an individual
competition and our girls
stepped up and faced the chal-
lenge head on."
Story writtenn by
Bill Gamblin. Reach him
at sports @srpressgazette.com


Pace


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Continued From Page One
119 pounds, while Nick Webb
suffered only his second loss of
the season to Adam Taylor of
Fleming Island 13-5 at 140
pounds.
A week earlier the Patriots
finished second in the district
and had six champions in
Dougherty, Trevino, Richard
Blackstone, Webb, Mike
Brown, and Eric Dalgleish,
while Andy Dalgleish and
Conrad Davis finished third and
fourth respectively.
Eric Dalgleish, seeded
number one at the regional, had
to forfeit as he was scheduled to
take the ACT on Saturday.
But with three qualifiers for
the State Finals held Feb. 16-18
at the Lakeland Center in
Lakeland, Fla., this will be
Pace's best showing.
Pace Head Coach Rob
Hazewinkel thinks the best bet
at a state champion could come
from Webb, who will be mak-
ing his second appearance at
the state finals.
"I think Nick has an out-
standing chance," said


Hazewinkel. "He has defeated a
wrestler who defeated Dakota
Ramey earlier this season."
Ramey, of Cape Coral, is
the number one seeded wrestler
in the state at 140 pounds.
Hazewinkel is also very
impressed with what his team
has been able to do without the
benefit of a wrestling club or
summer program.
"Most of these guys have
four years of experience at the
most," said Hazewinkel. "There
is no feeder system; we. start
with freshmen and hope by the
end of their sophomore year it
starts to click.
'If it does then you will
have two good years of them in
your program."
Hazewinkel, who is in his
first year as coach of the
Patriots, feels the potential is
there to make a strong program
as they are already making
some noise against teams they
normally do not beat.

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


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Milton's Megan Ryan is seen in competition earlier this year. Ryan
finished 16th in the 101 pound weight class at the FHSAA Girls'
Weightlifting State Finals on Saturday in Gainesville.
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706 LIVESTOCK SUPPLIES
" 708 PETS
710 PET SUPPLIES
,, 712 LOST PETS
GENERAL MERCHANDISE
802 ANTIQUES
804 APPAREL
806 APPLIANCES
808 ARTS 8 CRAFTS
810 COMPUTERS
-- 812 FARM EQUIPMENT
814 FURNITURE
816 JEWELRY
818 LAWN EQUIPMENT
820 LUMBER.'HARDWARE
.. 822 MUSICAL
INSTRUMENTS
824 OFFICE EQUIPMENT
826 SPORTING GOODS
- 828 ELECTRONIC
(STEREO,.TV.!VCR)
830 MISC.'SALE
832 MISC./WANTED
834 LOST MERCHANDISE
'- TRANSPORTATION
902 AUTO SUPPLIES
904 CARS
-" 906 BOATS
908 FARM EQUIPMENT
-. 910 MOTORCYCLES
" 912 MOTOR HOMES
" 914 RECREATIONAL
i 916 SPORTS UTILITY
VEHICLE
S918 TRUCKS
920 VANS
'" 922 OTHER


lassi


SALES PERSON
$320 Salary, bonus,
benefits, advancement.
Key Auto Liquidation
4340 Avalon Blvd.
Milton, Fl.
Ask for Coach Gordon
850-983-3000


THE NAVY EXCHANGE AT NAS
WHITING FIELD SEEKS A
DEPENDABLE BARBER TO PERFORM
A VARIETY OF BARBERING SERVICES
FOR AUTHORIZED MILITARY AND
CIVILIAN PERSONNEL. MUST BE A
GRADUATE FROM AN ACCREDITED
SCHOOL OR BARBERING OR
COSMETOLOGY & POSSESS A VALID
STATE DRIVER LICENSE. BARBERING
EQUIPMENT PROVIDED. COMMISSION
OPPORTUNITY, ELIGIBLE FOR HEALTH
CARE INCLUDING MEDICAL/ DENTAL/
VISION, LIFE INSURANCE. VACATIONS,
SICK LEAVE. PAID HOLIDAY. 401K, &
PENSION. APPLICATIONS AND
RESUMES WILL BE ACCEPTED AT THE
EXCHANGE, BLDG. 3044. ON
BOARD NAS WHITING FIELD
FEB 8-11 FROM 8AM-3PM


$500 REWARD
leading 10 conviction
on vandalism and
theft at Slim's Auto
Salvage. Milton Flor-
ida. Call 206-2816".
IS' STRESS Ruining,
Your Life? Read DI-
ANETICS-by Ron L.
Hubbard. Call
(813)872-0722 or
send $7.99 to Dia-
netics, 3102 N. Ha-
bana Ave., Tampa
FL 33607.-


AUCTION-ESTATE
OF Jean, Howard.
prime development
RE.. 320+/- acres,,
U.S. Hwy 301
South, Sylvania,
GA. Rowell
AucLions.' Inc.
18001323-8388
WWW r..-wellauchons
corn 10' buyer's
premium GAL AU-
C002594.
AUCTION-LUXURY-
SKI- Condominiums,
Sleamboal Grand
Resort Hotel & Con-.
dominiums, Steam-
boat Springs, Colo-
rado. March 18,
2006, at lOAM. Dai-
ly previews.
www.Steam-
boatGrandAuction.c
om, David L. Harley,
broker
Lic.#ER40030654.


102
Drivers
CLASS A-CDL Driv-
ers. Great Benefits
& Pay. Home Most
Weekends: 95% No
Touch Freight. 70%
Drop & Hook. Earn
up to $1.21/mile. In-
terested? Call Daryl
(800)274-4110.


CNA/HAA/COMPANION NURSE
REGISTRY LOOKING FOR
CARING AND
COMPASSIONATE PERSONNEL
TO PROVIDE ONE-ON-ONE
CARE FOR CLIENTS IN
ESCAMBIA & SANTA ROSA
COUNTIES. FLEXIBLE HOURS--
GREAT PAY. CALL 995-0599


E WEDNESDAY

February 15,2006


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SMITH TRACTOR COMPANY. THE PREMIER
JOHN DEERE DEALERSHIP IN NORTHWEST
FLORIDA AND SOUTH ALABAMA. HAS THE
FOLLOWING OPPORTUNITIES CURRENTLY
AVAILABLE IN JAY, FLORIDA:
SERVICE MANAGER
SERVICE TECHNICIAN I
SERVICE TECHNICIAN II
GREAT BENEFITS WITH 401K. SEND
RESUME OR APPLY IN PERSON.
SMITH TRACTOR COMPANY. ATTN: HUMAN
RESOURCES 3834 HWY4 PO BOX 427
JAY. FL 32565 FAX: 850-675-6934
JAYSALES@SMITHTRACTORCO.COM


DRIVER/DELIVERY FAST
GROWING DISTRIBUTOR IS
LOOKING FOR RELIABLE CLASS
D DRIVER THAT NEEDED FOR OUT
OF STATE DELIVERIES AND
SERVICES. APPLICANT MUST
POSSESS A CLEAN DRIVING
RECORD, PASS A DOT DRUG
SCREEN, AND BE ABLE TO LIFT
150 LBS. POSITION REQUIRES
LONG DISTANCE DRIVING WITH 4
TO 5 DAYS OUT OF TOWN PER
WEEK. ALL TRUCKS ARE "SMOKE
FREE". PLEASE CALL MS.
CARTER: CRAFTMATIC
ADJUSTABLE BEDS
800-783-3547


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102 102 104 104


Drivers

DRIVERIDELIVERY
FAST growing
Distributor is looking
for reliable Class D
Driver that needed for
out of state deiiveri-p
and services.
Applicant must
possess a clean
driving record, pass a
DOT Drug screen, and
be able to lift 150 lbs.
Position requires long
distance driving with 4
to 5 days out of town
per week. All trucks
Share "smoke'lree.
P'ease call Ms. Carter
Crafhmalic Adluslable
Beds,
800-783-3547
DRIVER TRAINEES
Needed Now! No
experience; required.
Werner Enterprises
has immediate
openings for entry-
level semi drivers.
Our avg. drivers
earn more than
$36K first year. 60%
of our drivers, get
home nightlyiweek-
ly. 1,5-day CDL train-
ing available in your.
area. Call today. 1-
866-280-5309.
DRIVER-COVE-
NANT TRANS-
PORT. Excellent
pay and benefits for
Experienced Driv-
ers, 0/0, Solos
Teams & Graduate
Students. Bonuses
Available. Refriger-
ated Now Available.
(888) MORE PAY
(888-667-3729)
FFE, THE F/S is
higher here! $1.11
Avg. $2,000 sign-on
$2,600 Referral Bo-
nus. Base Plate pro-
vided. No truck no
problem. Low pay-
ment with short
lease. (800)569-
9298.


Drivers
EVERGREEN
TRANSPORTA-
TION needs drivers
to run Ine 13 SE
states with both
weekly and week-'
end hornetime. We
offer good pay and
benefits. Company
pays $1000. sign-on.
bonus. If you are at
least 23 with a good
driving record with a
HAZMAT endorse-
ment please come
by our terminal lo-
cated at 300 Hwy.
95A, Cantoment,
Florida across from
IP paper mill or call
850-968-1702.
NOW HIRING
No CDL required.
Truck driver with
tractor trailer and
forklift experience a
must. 623-5385.
104
General Help
*ALL ABOUT YOU*
Now .hiring ,stylist,
nailtecnr etc. Exc.-
ing new salon in Mil-
ton. Opening soon.
Call 983-1.500. Ask
Mary.


General Help
ACCEPTING
APPLICATIONS
for part time
Toll Collectors for
Garcon Poinl
Bridge.
'.Must be able to
'work any -
and all shifts and
weekends and Holi-
days.
For more
information call;
Mon Fri.
S.936-4600.
AMERICA'S DRIV-
ING ".ACADEMY
JACKSONVILLE'S.
CDL SCHOOL AN-
NOUNCES "ITS
GRAND OPENING!
. "Fiancing Available
Call For Details
(866)889-0210.
AVERAGE POST-
AL EMPLOYEE
EARNS $57,000,.,'R
Minimum Starting
Pay $18.00.'h. Ben-
efits/Paid Training
and Vacations. No
Experience Needed
(800)584-1775 Ref
r,5600.
WANTED HANDY-
MAN. no experience
necessary. 626-8973


General Help
BECOME A Mystery
Shopper!
GAPbuster
is currently recruiting
mystery; shoppers.
Get" paid to shop
and improve cus-
tomer service. Apply
now at: www.gap-
buster.com/xec.

LEARN
TO DRIVE
Tractor Trailers


15 DAY LOCAL
CDL TRAINING
SFull ar, P n Tn. r as:"
*. TuIII.:.,I A rI, a ,.. ii qu31 '- a
For over 29 years-
we've been training
America's TruckersI
CALL TODAY!
Truck Driver Institute
5750 Milton Road
SMilton, FL
800.709.7364s
COOK NEEDED
for Bayou Cafe.
Monday-Friday.
Call 994-9232.


Drivers:

Dedicated!'
Dedicated!
Dedicated!

Dedicated Customer Out of Pensacola.
No Back Hauls
Paid Odometer Mileage
Loaded & Emnpty
$50,000
or More Per Yr.
Plus Benefits,
& HOME WEEKENDS
Call 866-592-7006
Ask For Bill or Neal
CDL-A w/1 yr. min.
Exp. required


104
General Help
CLEANING PER-
SON Needed. Seri-
ous long term em-
ployment applicants
only. Must be relia-
ble. & dependable.
Must have own car.
Call 994-1785.
CNA/HAA/COM-
PANION Nurse
Registry looking for
caring and compas-
sionate personnel to
provide one-on-one
care for clients in
Escambia & Santa
Rosa counties; Flex-
ible Hours--Great
. Pay. Call 995-0599
HELPERS-COM-
MERCIAL PLUMB-
ING Company firing
no experience re-
quired. Competitive
pay'.based on expe-
rience. 401K plan.
Profit sharing. Ad-
vancement opportu-
nity available. Apply
in person or call
(850)994-9033


HMELP WAN I EU .EAXPEMIENUU
FULL TIME SMALL ENGINE
REPAIR/ SERVICE PERSON
NEEDED. MUST HAVE CLEAN
DRIVING RECORD AND
KNOWLEDGE OF DIESEL AND
GASOLINE ENGINE REPAIR/
SERVICING AND MAINTENANCE.
PAY DOE. APPLY IN PERSON AT
CRESTVIEW READY RENT. 311
JAMES LEE BLVD. CRESTVIEW, FL


STEAK-OUT
STEAK-OUT
CHARBROILED DELIVERY
LOCATED AT 6404 N. 9TH
AVE. PENSACOLA IS
NOW HIRING FOR
DELIVERY DRIVERS
IMMEDIATELY. EARN AN
AVERAGE OF $13-$15
PER HOUR!
EXCELLENT LOCAL
COMPANY! APPLY IN
PERSON ANYTIME. OR
CALL 850 476-4444


104
General Help
DRIVER- NOW HIR-
ING QUALIFIED
DRIVERS for Cen-
tral Florida Local &
National OTR posi-
tions. Food grade
tanker, no hazmat,
no pumps, great
benefits, competitive
pay & new equip-
ment. Need 2 years
experience. Call By-
num Transport for
your opportunity to-
day. (8001741-7950.

EARN UP to $550-
WEEKLY. Working
through the govern-
ment. PT No Experi-
ence. Call Today!!
1800)488-2921

Ask for Department

NOW HIRING cash-
ier for Baileys Penny
Pantry 3840 Hwy
90, Pace. 994-7801.


104
General Help
EXPERIENCED RV
TECHNICIAN Wanl-
ed! Dealership in the
heart of Race Coun-
try needs quality, ex-
perienced RV
Techs. Great Bene-
its. Pay based on
experience, Hourly
shop. Fax Resume
Only to' (704)455-
1439. No phone
calls please. Tom
Johnson Camping
Center
PLACE
YOUR AD
HERE
LIVING TRUTH
Church is seeking a
Said nursery worker
for Sunday mornings
from 10 a.m,. to 12.
Noon. Background
check required.
Contact Carrie @
the Church office
.983-0516.


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TuesdayFeb 28,2p 5 pmI

Escarosa CAREER CENTER
6570 Caroline Street Suite 103 Milton, Florida


LOCAL EMPLOYERS SEEKING QUALIFIED
JOB SEEKERS TO FILL JOB OPENINGS IN
PRODUCTION, CONSTRUCTION, MEDICAL
SUPPORT, CUSTOMER SERVICE AND
MORE!!
Employers readyto hire!!

Pensacola Century Milton
Phone:(850) 595-5200 Phone: (850) 256-6250 Phone;:(850)983-5325
Fax:(850) 595-5249 Fax:(850) 256-6255 Fax:(850) 983-5330
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PRIVATE

PARTY ADS

$4.00/WK
up to 30 words
.25 PER WORD
per PUBLICATION
OVER 30
$1.00 OFF FOR
3RD WEEK
MUST BE PRE-PAID


GARAGE


SALE ADS

$5.00

up to 20 words
.25 PER WORD
OVER 20
PRE-PAYMENT
REQUIRED


COMMERCIAL


ADS

$11.00/1 st week
$1.00 OFF EACH
ADDITIONAL WEEK
up to 30 words
.25 PER WORD
per PUBLICATION
OVER 30
SUBJECT TO
CREDIT APPROVAL


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104
General Help
MOVIE EXTRAS,
ACTORS & MOD-
ELSI Make $75-1
$250/day. All ages
and faces wanted
N No exp; Required.'
SFT/PT! (800)714-
7564.
NOW HIRING for
2006 Postal Posi-
tions $17.50-
$59.00+/hr. Full
Benefits/Paid Train-
Ing and Vacations
No Experience Nec-
essary (800)584-
1775 Reference #
5600.
OFFICE ASSIS-
TANT needed for in-
home business in
Milton. 2 to 3 mom-
Ings per week great
hours, great boss,
typing in computers
skill needed. Please
call 626-0902

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

L PLACE
YOUR AD
HERE
PLUMBING &
HVAC/R Jobs. Ex-
perienced PLUMB-
ING or HVAC/R
people needed. To
.apply for HVAC/R
Jobs online-
www.hvacagent.com
, PLUMBING Jobs-
www.plumbing-
agent.com or tax re-
sume toll-free
(866)396-4833.


104
General Help
PUBLISHER'S,
NOTICE
Milton Newspapers,
Inc. (dba The Santa
Rosa Press Gazette
and The Santa Rosa
Free Press) re-
serves the right to
censor, reclassify,
revise, edit or reject
any advertisement
not meeting its
standards of accept-
ance. Submission of
an advertisement
does not constitute
an agreement to
publish said adver-
tisement. Publication
of an advertisement
does not constitute
an agreement for
continued publica-
tion.
SMITH TRACTOR
company. The pre-
mier John Deere
dealership in North-
west Flonda and
south Alabama, has
the following oppor-
tunities currently
available in Jay.
Florida:
Service Manager
service Technician I
Service Technician
II
Great benefits with
401k. Send resume
or apply in person.
Smith Tractor Com-
pany. Attn: Human
Resources 3834
Hwy4" PO Box 427
Jay, FI 32565 Fax:
850-675-6934
jaysales@smithtrac-
torco.com
WESLEY MEMORI-
AL UMC is search-
ing for a pianist for
Sunday mornings &
Wednesday eve-
nings. This is a paid
position. For more
information, call
994-6213.


SANTA ROSA COUNTY
HUMAN RESOURCES
EMPLOYMENT
ANNOUNCEMENT

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

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

Surveying Technician 1 (6080)
Range: 10 $
9.23 per hour
**02/13/2006 02/20/2006**
Note: All experience and/or educa-
tional requirements must be clearly
documented on application before
qualification for employment is deter-
mined.
Minimum Qualifications (Must Be


Attained Before the Closing Date)
HS/GED. LICENSE: Applicant
must have a valid State of Florida
Driver's License at the date of hire
and maintain said license while
employed in this position. ADDI- '
TIONAL: Preference will be given,
for field surveying experience. -

Surveying Technician I (6082)
Range: 12 $ 9.70 per hour
**02/13/2006 02/20/2006**
Note: All experience and/or educa-
tional requirements must be clearly
documented on application before
qualification for employment is deter-
mined.
Minimum Qualifications (Must Be
Attained Before the Closing Date
HS/GED. (2) yrs exp in field survey-.
ing work. LICENSE: Applicant
must have a valid State of Florida
Driver's License at the date of hire
and maintain said license while
employed in this position.

Veterans Service Officer (6015)
Range: 22 $ 30,699.05 $
33,886.01 DOQ
**Re-advertisement** Note: For
those who previously applied- you
will NOT need to re-apply
**02/13/2006 02/20/2006**
Note: All experience and/or educa-
tional requirements must be clearly


104
General Help
STEAK-OUT
CHARBROILED
Delivery located at-
6404 N. 9th Ave.'
Pensacola is .now
hiring for .delivery
drivers immediately.
Earn an average of
$13-$15 per hour!
Excellent local com-
panyl Apply in per-
son anytime. or call
850 476-4444
TEMPORARY
MAINTENANCE
Man. Must have re-
modeling experi-
ence. Apply at
Emerald Sands,
6436 Hwy 90 or call
at 623-3821 ext 501.
WANTED CLASS
8.7,6 Diesel Me-
chanics with Certifi-
cation in CATS,
Cummins or Detroit.
Must have 5 years
experience. Excel-
lent pay and contin-
. ued training.
(863)668-9525.
114
Medical


THE HERITAGE OF
SANTA ROSA
"Committed to
Caring"


CNA
11-7
*
RN
11-7 shift


LPN/RN
3-11 shift

Cook

5530 Northrop Road
Milton. Florida
32570
(850) 983-8888
EOE


124
Sales &
Telemarketing

LIBERTY
NATIONAL
Life Insurance Co
Is expanding its
operation and is
looking for people
to fill insurance
sales & service
positions. Average
annual earnings
$48,554. Fringe
benefit package:
2 retirement funds,
health insurance,
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




305
Auto
CATS CARS Auto
Repair specializing
in electrical work,
lights, switches, al-
ternators, window
motors & 'regulators,
etc. Call Perry @
686-0061 for appt.

310
Business
Opportunities

ALL CASH CANDY
ROUTE Do you earn
$800/day? 30 Ma-
chines, Free Candy
All for $9,995.
(888)629-9968
BO02000033. CALL
US: We will not be
undersold!


documented on application before
qualification for employment is deter-
mined.
Alinimum Qualifications (Must Be
Attained Before the Closing Date)
Bachelor's degree and (1) yr of exp
counseling, interviewing, or assisting
veterans, their survivors or depen-
dants: OR associate's degree and (2)
yrs of exp counseling, interview ing.,
or assisting veterans, their survivors
or dependants. In accordance with
Florida Statutes 292.11 "A county or.
city veteran service officer must be a
veteran who served as a member of '
the Armed Forces of the United
States during a period of war, as
defined in Tide 38, U.S.C.; who
served at least 18 months' active duty
in the Armed Forces: and who was
separated from such service under
honorable conditions, or the surviv-
ing spouse of any such veteran.

Technical Services Librarian (3308)
Range: 30 $ 45.572.90 $
50,303.97 DOQ
**Open Until Filled**
Note: All experience and/or educa-
tional requirements must be clearly
documented on application before
qualification for employ ment is deter-
mined.
:Alininium Qualifications (AIust Be


Autained Before the Closing Date) .
NMaster's degree in Librarn Science
from a ULnihersity accredited by the
American Library Association and (1),
yr exp in technical services work in a
multi-library system. or (2) yrs in a'
single library system.

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


Planner I (6037)
Range: 23 $ 32,253.19 $
35,601.49 DOQ
**Open Until Filled**
Note: All experience and/or educa-


310
Business
Opportunities
BANKCARD
SALES $49. Lease=
$1440./ $59.= 1791
Lifetime Vested Re-
siduals 1.65%0 +
19.5c -100'o above.
(888)637-2426 X
226 Exp Req.
COSMETOLOGIST
BE a part of a 210
Salon chain in Flori-
da, Make $$$, Ca-
reer Options. Hair
Cuttery (800)ASK-
JobI. EOE.

PLACE

YOUR

AD HERE

JOIN A LOG HOME
LEADER Original
Old Timer Log
Homes. Seeks Rep-
resentatives Great
Earning Potential,
High Quality Prod-
ucts Contact Mr.
Vester (800)467-
3006 www.oldtimer-
loghomes.com,
PROFESSIONAL
VENDING Route -
No Bubble Gum
Here! Real snack,
soda, water. luice. fi-
nancing available
with deposit. Great
equipment. Great lo-
cations. (877)843-
8726. BO#2002-
037; www.snackso-
davendingroules.co
m
WANT TO make
money? Like easy
research? Travel to
your local court-
house property re-
cords office to look
things up & make
copies. Will Traini
Call Stephen or
Laura (877)571-
7900.


315
Business Services


AA HANDYMAN
SEMI-RETIRED
WISCONSIN.
BUILDER
Seeking carpentry,
remodeling, ceram-
ic tile & small ma-
sonry jobs. Barry,
(850) 686-1100.


ACCIDENT IN-
JURED All Personal
Injury 'WRONGFUL
DEATH 'AUTO
'MOTORCYCLE
"TRUCK "PREM-
ISE/PRODUCT "AN-
IMAL BITES "SLIP
AND FALL "PEDES-
TRIAN A-A-A Attor-
ney Referral Service
(800)733-5342 24
Hours.
ARTIE KELLER
STUCCO: Licensed
and Insured. Con-
ventional and Syn-
thetic Systems. No
job too big nor to
small. Call 698-8327
or 626-9164.
AWESOME ON-
LINE Business Op-
portunity!! Brand
NEW all natural vita-
min formulation
brought to you by
Don Lapre! Check
this out NOW at
http://www.ezinco-
mewebsite.com.
D&D REMODELING
INC. General Con-
tractor All Types
Home Maintenance:
Roofs to Floors,
Renovations, Decks,
Tile, Plumbing, Etc.
Evictions. Move-
Outs, Construction
Cleaning, Pressure
Washing, Painting,
Tree work, & Etc.
Locally owned.
FREE ESTIMATES.
Lic #4710-0037952
CELL#261-1173


tional requirements must be clearly
documented on application before
qualification for employment is deter-
mined.
Minimum Qualifications (Must Be
Attained Before the Closing Date)
Bachelor's degree in Urban and
Regional Planning. Environmental
Science. Architecture. Landscape
Architecture, or related field and (1)
yr of relevant planning and zoning
exp. OR Master's degree in Urban
and Regional Planning or related
field and no experience. LICENSE:
Applicant must have a valid State of
Florida Driver's License at the date
of hire and maintain said license
while employed in this position.

Testing will be held on Thursday,
February 23. 2006 for
Communications Dispatcher I,
Communications Specialist Trainee
and Communications Specialist I.
The APPLICANT must contact
Human Resources at 850-983-1948
to receive their assigned testing time.
for the date above. All applications
and supporting documents must be
received on or before February 13,
2006 at 4:30pm in order to obtain a
testing time.

**NO EXCEPTIONS WILL BE
MADE ON DATE/TIME**

FOR EACH POSITION APPLIED
FOR, ALL SUPPLEMENTAL
QUESTIONS AND ALL
REQUIRED SUPPORTING DOC-
UMENTS (i.e. diplomas, tran-
scripts, and/or certificates) LISTED
ON THE JOB DESCRIPTIONS,
MUST BE SUBMITTED BY THE
CLOSING DATE/S NO LATER
THAN 4:30pm. DOCUMENTS
MAY BE DELIVERED BY US
MAIL, FAX, EMAIL, OR HAND
DELIVERED.

If the required supplemental ques-
tions and supporting documents,
are not in by the close date, your
application will not be submitted


for consideration. In an effort to
further assist applicants, we offer the'
ease of applying online at www.san-
tarosa.fl.gov. Complete job descrip-
tions and applications are also avail-'
able at the Santa Rosa County
Human Resources Office, 6495
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DOUBLE "B" Land
Clearing, Backhoe
Work. Licensed and,
Insured. Bryen Bal-
lard. (850)994-5740
or (850)232-1581.

EXPERIENCED
SITTER will watch
your loved one in
nursing home set-
ling or at their home.
Call Kathie 626-
8088. ,
G&E LANDSCAP-
ING AND TREE
SERVICES
Free estimates.
credit 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

HOME CLEANING
By Michelle.
Reliable and honest.
- Homecleaning
- Indoor Painting
- Interior Decorating
- Organizing for all
homes area.
- No job to big or
small.
Call Michelle
Home 477-0792
Cell 377-4853
IMMEDIATE
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JANITORIAL BUSI-
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grossing $120K/yr.
Equipment & Sup-
plies incl. $33,250
850-479-8815.

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

JOINER DUMP,
truck and tractor.
Boocal and tractor
work. Driveways,
culverts, light land
cleaning. Site prep
and clean .up. Fill
dirt, brown dirt and
limerock hauling.
Michael Porter
(850)983-9888.
Tony Joiner
(850)573-0669
LAND CLEARING/
Dozer/Tractor work
Specializing in col-
vert installation &
Driveways. Leveling;,
root raking, bushog-
ging, disking. Equip-
ment and material
transport available.
y, the Job or by the
hour. Call for esti-
mates. Call Billy
Rogers. 850-957-
4952 or Cell 850-
261-8407. .
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345
Lawn Care
CLARK'S LAWN
Care and General
Maintenance '& All
Types of Tractor
Work. Licensed &
Insured. Call Mike
Clark at 626-2428.


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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. Better than
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Plavix $41.00, Lipi-
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nth.Viagra
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(866)634-0720
www.globalmedi-
cines.net.

MARTIN'S
COMPLETED
TREE & Stump
Removal. Mobile
Licensed & Insured
(850) 417-3085
MAYBE, YOU can
do it yourself, but
will you? Dave Kop-
pin Home Improve-
ment, Inc. Specializ-
ing in Insurance esti-
mates, Small Home
Improvement Proj-
ecls'& Maintenance.
1850) 626-6944.

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

MOBILE HOME
Brokers. Major and
minor repairs. Re-
root, patio covers,
screen rooms, level-
ing, 'locally owned,
operated. Free esti-
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857-1051.
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5342).
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Construction
Patios Driveways -
Slabs, Screen
rooms
Also Tearout &
Replace damaged
concrete
Concrete workers'
and Masons needed
have transportation
(850)221-8715
NEW HOPE PAINT-
ING & WALLPA-
PERING 'Drywall
repairs & patchwork
"Pressure cleaning
,.(homes, decks, pa-
tios, driveways &
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molding, paneling,
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decks) Residential.
Interior/Exterior.
Family owned, busi-
ness, over 30 years.
Call The Ericksens
today! (850)723-
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315
Business Services

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for consignment
shop. Opening
soon. Taking,
Consignments '
Contact 292-0492,



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STUMP-EASE
STUMP Grinding.
Most removals
$35.00. Discount for
multiples removals.
Backyard Accessible
Licensed & Insured.
Local Contractor.
Retired USN. 232-
8746.
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Bookkeeping and
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346-8563.
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
'and Insured. Free
estimates. 994-7585
"or 791-0198.
320
Child Care
GROWING PRE-
SCHOOL needs full
time infant teacher &
part-time afternoon
teachers. Call 623-'
4930 or apply at
4996 Glover Ln.,
Milton.
325
Domestic
DEPENDABLE
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TEN YEARS EXPE-
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ABLE RATES.CALL
994-6236
335
Financial Services
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345
Lawn Care

EMERALD COAST
Lawn Services
ECL, LLC
Mowing, edging,
Sodding. Bush
trimming, Debris
cleaning-ups Local
Company
Commercial and
Residential. Owner
Operated. Licensed
and Insured.
'(cell)324-4035

PAGE'S TREE
SERVICE Trim, cut
& remove. Call 626-
2159 (If no answer,
please leave message)
FIREWOOD $50. a
16adiand up.;
7 350
.Senior Care

GiRANNY NANNIES
..Affordable Home
Care Services.
Highly Qualified
Personal Care
'Givers Includes
'CNA and HHA
available up to 24
hlrs a day/7days a
week. Serving San-
ta Rosa and Es-
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Quality Home
Health Care Since
1990.
"-A Helping Hand
ahd A Gentle Heart'
995-0599
,Lic.NR30211252


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ANGELS,
H SENIOR CARE
I In home
Companionship
: Meals
Light housework
Errands
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355
Sewing &
Alterations

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


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www.onlinetidewa-
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ext.1738 or
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8.
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402
Apartments
1 BEDROOM fur-
nished apartment
with central heat &
air. No pets. $400.
month, $250. dep.
Call for appointment.
994-7246
2 BDRM/ 1 bath,
Central H/AC, 'water,
sewer, garbage in-
cluded. $400
mo./$350 deposit.
Triplex- center unit
on Dearborn 'St.
(corner, Dearborn &
Peachtree in Milton)
Drive by, then'leave
a message. 712-
7513'3. .
DOWNTOWN
MILTON-1 BR1BA
includes utilites.Non-
smoking environ-
ment, no pets.,
$675/mo. 572-7773
or 516-6848
MILTON
BRICK
duplex 2 bdrm/i
bath, stove, rerigera-
tor laundry, sewer
and water/garbage
included. All ceramic,
. tile. Non-smoking
envt; $545 626-
2928.
MILTON NEAR
Hitting Field. 2bed/,
1bath. Total electric
central heat and, air.
washer and dryer
hook-ups. Huge
yard, no pets. $500
mo $350 dep 850
981-1834.



The All New!
'Jay

Apartments-
FULLYIlENOVATEI)ONE,TWO,AND
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850-623-0609

404
Commercial
COMMERCIAL,
PROPERTY for
lease. 750 sq.ft.
newly remodeled,
centrally located in
'Milton, $550 a
month. Call 623-
9439 or 384-9751.
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
OFFICE FOR lease,
Pace location. 995-
4804.
406
Homes
2BR/2BA
EXCELLENT condi-
tion with deep water
dock. Blackwater
Bay,very secluded &
quiet neighborhood.
$995/mo, $500/se-
curity, 994-0667.
AVAILABLE NOW-
Centrally located
clean brick home.
Three bedroom, one
bath, C H/A, stove &
refrigerator. Fenced
backyard. Rent
$725, deposit $500.
850-981-9695.

FOR RENT

*1/1 Home
5835 Stewart St.
$400*
*3/2 home
5476 Oak Meadows,
Milton $1150*
*3/2 Home
6710 Cedar Ridge,
Milton $1100*

Santa Rosa Realty
623-0077


406
Homes
FOR RENT 3bed 1
bath carport fenced
backyard, no Inside
pets. $600 mo $600
dep. Available
Marchist. 5493 By-
rom St. Milton. 637-
2077,
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.
$850/$900. Call
748-3046
HOUSES FOR
RENT- Milton &
Pace- 3/2, double
car garage, fenced
yard. $925 a
month, $700 depos-
it. Call 981-0495.

MILTON, NEAR
Hamilton Bridge
Road. $750. Al-
most new, 3/2, high-
& dry lot. Nice deck
off kitchen. Possible
lease purchase for
credit worthy tenant.
Arnold Properties
'221-5307.


NEW 4BR/2BA all
appliances included
lovely
neighborhood,
large lot. $1400 mo.
Call fo appointment
995-8588
NEW HOME for
rent- 3/2 all brick;
built in '05. 6250
Starhill Drive ( Mil-
ton) 981-326.1 or
206-9298.
STONEBROOK IN
Pace- patio home on
golf course, 2/2,
large patio. Ready
now. $1K. 994-8322.
WATERFRONT-
3,000 s.f.,4 BR/3BA,
LR/DR/KIT Fam.
Rm., appliances.
dock/boat house.
non-smoking envi-
ronment $2,200. mo.
572-7773.
408,
Land

LAND FOR SALE
Refer to
Classification
#510
MOBILE HOME lots
for rent including
R.V's.- FEMA wel-
come. Eastgate Mo-
bile Home Ranch.
626-8973.
410
Mobile Homes
2 BDRM/1 bath,
front kitchen, on
Avalon Blvd. 626-
8973.
2 BED 1 bath nice
and clean. Pace
area, central heat.
995-1717
2 TO 3 bedroom
rentals. Jay, Milton
and Pace. $400 to
$650 per month.
Call 994-5703, leave
message.
FOR RENT 2 bed 1
bath. East Gate Mo-
bile Home Ranch.
Call 626-8973


410 ,
Mobile Homes'
FOR SALE- Double-
wide mobile home
on 1/4 acre. 3/2,
1,600 s.f., f/p,
$79,900. Will do
owner financing
w/$20K down. Call
Barbara Cumble
377-6787 or 626-
8959.,

PLACE
YOUR

AD HERE

412
Rooms For Rent
PACE, FURNISHED
room for rernt,
$450,00 per month,
all utilities Included.
Non smoking env'-'
ronment. 995-8310.
416
Vacation & Resort
CRUISE- 7
NIGHTS,, EASTERN
CARIBBEAN. Brand.
new ship sailing r/t
from Ft. Lauderdale
November 2006-
March 2007. >From
$499 .(port taxes in-
cluded) with FREE
BUSI (800)741-
1770, www.alla-
boardtravel.com.





506


506
Homes
HOME FOR Sale-
Morgan Ridge Sub-
division in Milton,
2,150 s.f. on .07
acres, corner lot,
3bdrm/2.5 bath, of-
fice, formal dining
rm, marble, tile, 24 x
30 shed, privacy
fence .& more.
$275,000. Call 850-
981-0655.
MARIA GOMEZ
realtor
pool 1 acre, 3br, 2ba
off Avalon near. 1-10.
$165,000,
MLS #285505
(850) 777-6586
(850) 939-5232
mgomez@jmerealty.
com
www.jmerealty.com
NC MOUNTAINS-
LOG cabin $89,900;
Easy to finish cabin
on secluded site.
Million $$$ Views
Available on 1-7
acre parcels
$29,900-$79,900.
Free Info Available!
(828)256-1004.
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 Ricnara Braz-
zeal, EXIT-NFI
850-255-1923 for af-
fnr blnl w~ frn


512
Mobile Homes
MOBILE HOME &
lot, 2 bdrm, 2 bath.
983-4930.
NEED FINANCING
on a house or. mo-
bile home? I may
can help. Also VA
-available. Dorothy.
Rogers -Eastgate
Mobile Home Park
e26-8973.
SECLUDED &
SERENE

NW of NAS Whit-
ing Field

20 Placid.acres
zoned agricultural

3 mobile homes,
garage, barn, shed

$263,000

626-6767


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


.556
Homes


SEEKING A QUALI-
TY LOG HOME
MANUFACTURER?
Dealers Needed
Original Old Timer
Log Homes High
Commissions, Sta-
bility, Support, Val-
ue.,. Contact Mr.
Henry (800)467-
3006 www.oldtimer-
loghomes.com.
558
Investments
MOVE TO TEN-
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560
Land
BEAUTIFUL
NORTH CAROLINA.,
WINTER SEASON
IS HERE MUST
SEE THE BEAUTI-
FUL PEACEFUL
MOUNrAINS OF-
WESTERN NC-
MOUNTAINS.
Homes, Cabins,
Acreage & Invest-'
ments.. Cherokee
Mountain Realty
GMAC .Real Estate,
Murphy www.chero-
keemountalnrealty.c
om Call for Free,
Brochure (800)841
5868.
COASTAL NC
DEEPWATERI Off-'
season Special-.
Save Bigl 10 acres-
$139,900. Beautiful-
ly wooded, deep
boatable water, long
pristine shoreline.
Access to ICW, At-
lantic, Sounds. Pow-
er, phone, perked.
Excellent financing
Call now (800)732-
6601 x 1458.
EAST TENNESSEE
PROPERTIES FOR-
SALE- Sold by own-
er. Log Homes, Lots
& Acreage near Pi-
geon Forge- Gatlin-.
burg, Newport &
White Pine. Call
Ricky. iBryant -
(423)623-2537.


560
Land
COASTAL SOUTH-
EAST Georgia
Large wooded water
access, marsh view,
lake: front, and golf
oriented homesites
from the mid $70's
.Live oaks, pool, ten-
nis, golf. (877)266-
7376. www.cooper-
spoint.com.
E TENNESSEE
Lake Properties
Homes from
$200,000 to
$1,000,000. Lake-
front lots from
$100,000 Lakeview
lots. from $35,000
Call Lakeside Realty
(423)626-5820 or
visit www.lakesi-:
derealty-tn.com.
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.
LARGE MTN. Land
Bargains, High Ele-
vation. Adjoins Pris-
tine State Forest,
20+ AC to 350 AC.
Sweeping,, Mtn.
Views, 'Streams.,
www.lveinwv com.


560
Land
EASTERN TEN-
NESSEE MOUN-
TAIN HOMESITES
Gated lakeside com-
munity. 1 to 5 acre
wooded: and lake
view sites from the
$40s. Planned
amenities. Minutes
from Chattanooga.
Call today (866)292-
5769 Gates of the
River.









GEORGIA
BLAIRSVILLE IN
THE NORTH
GEORGIA NMOUN-
TAINS. Land,
.Homes, Commercial
& Investment. "EV-
ERYTHING WE.
TOUCH TURNS TO
SOLD" Jane Baer
Realty, (706)745-
2261, (800)820-
7829 www.janebaer-
realty.com, janb-
er@alltel.net .
GOV'T HOMES $0
DOWN!, BANK RE-
PO'S & FORECLO-
SURES! NO CRED-
IT OKI $0 / LOW
DOWN! Call for List-
ings (800)498-8619.


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S omes at $199,900. homes. 3B 2Barh, 560
3/2 1.5 acres, totally PACE- HOME with front and back Land
renovated,.'Berryhill- attached apartment, porch on both, A LOT. OF LOTS L006 DODGE RAM 1500 ST
Hobbs schools. total s.f. 2,336 on shop, storage, fully ,AVAILABLE IN
$153,000. Call 983- fenced acre.: stocked fish pond. SOUTHWEST
8721 $239,900. 5025 Four acres fenced FLORIDA.. Cape
3/2 HOME with Serry Lane. 994- pasture. Beautiful Coral, Lehigh and
1,575 s.f. and 1500 3249. family homesiteI. Lake Pl'cid. Water-
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GROUND FLOOR
PRE-CONSTRUC-
TION Coconut
Grove High Rise,
Complete Amenities,
Minutes To Beach,
Restaurants, Enter-
'tainment. Great
Rental Investment.
COMPLETED IN
2007. ONLY 10% In-'
vestment For Quali-
fied Buyers. JACK'
ZWEIG. REALTOR
CASTLES REALTY.
(877)468-5687.
HORSE FARM LIQ-
UIDATION 20 acres-
S$59,900 Lush pas-
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stream, spectacular
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Ideal summer home
Ssitel Terms availl
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Properties from
$99,900 Lake Gun-
tersville, Alabama
Exclusive Goose
Pond Island Premier
bass fishing destina-
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LY LAND SALE!
: -Saturday, February
11th- 90 minutes
from Atlanta, 1 hour
or less from Birming-
ham, Huntsville,
Chattanooga. Call
NOW for early ap-
pointment!
(888)LAKE-SALE x
914.


560
Land
MUUN IAIN5 Ul-
NORTH GA. The
Very Best of River-
front, Lakefront,
Acreage Tracts,
Building Parcels
From 1 to 195 Acres
Direct From Owners
(706)276-7773.
PLACE YOUR AD I
HERE '
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.
NORTH,CAROLINA
Gated Lakefront
Communityl.5 acres
plus, 90 miles of
shoreline. Never
before offered with
?o20 pre-develoment
discounts, 090
financing.
Call(800)709-5253
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
LAKEFRONT RE-
TREATS Newly re-
leased lakefront,
wooded and moun-
tain view sites. 1 to
6 acres from the
40s. 90 minutes to
Nashville. Don't
miss
the sunsets over the
lake! Call (866)339-
4966. Eagles Ridge.


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560
Land-
TENNESSEE
LAKESIDE RE-'
TREATS New gated
community. 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.

PLACE YOUR
AD HERE
TIRED OF Hurri-
canes? Buy the last
of Georgia Coast.
Waterfront, low
* 300's; Marshfront,
200's: Golf Course,
Mid 150's. Great
investment property.
Call Charlie & Part-
ners, (912)258-
4561:'
WATERFRONT
LAND Salel Direct
Waterfront Parcels
from only $9,9001 2
acres dockable with
Log Cabin Pkg. from
$89,9001 4.5 acres
dockable waterfront
only $99,9001 All
properties are new
to the market! Call
toll-tree (866)770-
5263 ext. 8.
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.


WRAPPED
PEANUT HAY
Call 623-8237.'

708
Pets
GERMAN SHEP-
HERD, excellent
coat, 13 months; all
vaccinations, obedi-
ence trained, $200
with accessories.
call 292-8765
KITTENS, ADORA-
BLE, playful, free to
loving home., Itter
box trained. Call
994-7733.
MALE CAT,
neutered,
declawed, 2 yrs.
old, black & white,
Good with older
kids. Please Call
Jessica 626-9630.
(FREE)

RESCUED FOX
hound needs a good
home with lots of
outdoor space.
indoor trained; must
agree to have her
spayed. 623-9623
SEEKING FEMALE
teacup Chihuahua
Reasonable. 983-
3500.
VALENTINE PUP-
PIES FREE!I 1
male, 1 female (mixi
born 01/01/06. 626-
6413


712
Lost & Found
PETS

FOUND-
BROWN & WHITE
Male Dog in the.
Guemsy Rd. Pace
area. Call 995-
5746 or 261-3598
or 261-1173.
LOST 9 month olc
white & black medi-
um hair dog looks
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 DACHS-
"HOUND RED Fe-
male-Lost in Wood-
bine Area. Call 994-
8557.
LOST MALE CAT
No tail, creamy
white with gray
face and blue
eyes. 623-3519

PLACE

YOUR AD

HERE

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


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Lost & Found
PETS

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Male Dog
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S '806 ..
Appliances
FOR SALE- G.E.
profile side by side
refrigerator with ice
and water in door
(black) like new
$350. 995-8730
816
Jewelry
31.60 GRAM Rare
beveled herring
bone chain necklace
14 karat gold. No
checks. $950. Call
850-313-1885.
818
Lawn Equipment
FOR SALE- Murray
12.5 h.p., 38 in. cul
riding lawnmower
w/dump cart. New,
less than 20 hours
running time. $700.
983-2779.
822
Musical
Instruments
ALLEN CHURCH
Organ. AGO pedal
board. 2 manual,
large detach speak-
er. $1500. 626-2539


822
Musical
Instruments
OLD GUITARS
WANTED Fender,
Gibson, Gretsch,
Martin, D!Angelico,
Stromberg, Ricken-
backer, and Mosrite.
1930's thru 1960's.
Top- cash paid!
(800)401 -0440.

830
Miscellaneous
For Sale
ALL STEEL
BLDGS. UP TO
50 o OFFI Engi-
neered for Hurricane
Coast! Ship factory
direct for quick deliv-
ery. 24 x 30 Up to
100 x 200 Call
Nowl (800) 499-
6401 Eddie.
BUILDING SALE!
"Beat Next In-
crease!" 20x26 Now
$3340. 25x30
$4790. 30x40
$7340. 40x60
$11,490. Factory Di-
rect, 26 Years. Many
Others. Ends!acces-
sories optional. Pio-
neer (800)668-5422.
FOR SALE- Yanmar
tractor, disk, & bush
hog. 20 rip diesel.
Price negotiable.
For into call 626-
4558 after 6 p.m.
HEALTH-O-METER
SCALE physician
office type $25. Love
seat like new, south-
western fabric $75.
Portable stereo cd
player w/speakers
$40, women 7
1/2 medium red
western boots $50.
Oak quilt rack $25.
Lots of women's
western wear-
cheapl 981-8146


830
Miscellaneous
For Sale .

I WILL remove junk
vehicles for free.
306-5397 or 957-
4761 .. :
.LIKE NEW V-121
Folding transporta-
ble power wheel-
chair, includes J2
Deep Contour w/
drop seat gel wheel-
chair cushion. Re-
tails for $4,000.,
asking $1,800 for
both. 626-8533.




We Deliver & Install
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St. Augustine
Bermuda
Bailed Pine Straw
Call us first Save Time
Callus last, Save Money
Hwy. 87 So. Milton
626-8578!

ENID V PENA
METAL ROOFING
Save $$$ Buy direct
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with all accessories.
Quick turn around!
Delivery available
Toll Free (8881393-
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Farmm Directj,
We e DOeliver -
434-0066
SIDE X side refrig
$200 OBO, micro-
waveitoaster $50,
new bealiner- fiber
glass tool box $50
both fit Ford Ranger,
coffee maker $5.00
626-6413


832
Miscellaneous
Wanted
DEMO HOMESITES
WANTED NOW1 For
the NEW Kayak
Pool! The On-
Ground Pool with In-
ground Features!
Unique Opportunity.
SAVE $$. Call
(866)348-7560
FREE ESTIMATES! ;
Financing.,
PLACE YOUR
AD HERE I
GLASS CRAFTER
needs empty glass
soft drink bottles, (all
kinds). Not necessa-
rily collectors edi-
tions. Will pick up.
983-8042.
PAY CASH for junk
cars or trucks. Run-
ning or not. Call
983-9527
834
Lost & Found
MERCHANDISE
FOUND
Boating & Fishing
equipment left be-
hind at boat launch
at bridge by the Riv-
erwalk. Please call
983-8243 to identify.

LOST CITIZEN'S
Echo Watch at
David's Catfish
House on Thursday
12/22. Please
contact at
434-1292. Reward
is offered.




904
Cars
94 NISSAN, needs
work. 94 Dodge
Shadow, runs fine.
$1,000 both. 516-
4220.


914
Recreational :- .-
12 1/2 FT.TRUCK
Camper, electric-.,
jacks, air, furnace.
$3,000.00 850-981 -'*'
1951.
916
Sport Utility
Vehicles

1993 FORD
Explorer XLT- As is.
$1,800.
Call 549-8817. .


918
Trucks -
91' CHEVY S-10:'-
4.3 Liter. V-6:
$2,500. 994-7286 V
*98 CHEVY S-1.,-
Vtec motor, 80,00q
miles, good condi*-
tion. $5,500. 623-
8415.
SELLING HUS-';
BAND'S truck 200g.,'.
Chev-fleet side load. '
ed with everything.
Alloy wheels towing
pk. 55,000 miles
looks new. $13,500,
995-8779. No calls
after 9pm
TRUCK CHEV.72'
short wheel, runs,.
sunroof, sliding bacl
glass. $900 or best.
offer.
922
Other

PLACE "
YOUR AD
HERE
SMALL CAMPER'
Dodge 318, stove.
ret, sink, potti and
low miles. Milton
$3,600 B00
Rear window mid
90's Ford Ranger
pick-up $60. *
Call 623-0778


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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


Specializing in Insurance
Estimates, Small Home
Improvement Projects
and Maintenance
(850) 626-6944


Also Removes
Roots, Bushes, Hedgerows
SBackyard Accessible
Local Contractor-Retired USN
Senior Discounl
Licensed232-8746 Insured


Mike Kaylor
Cement Mason
Patios Driveways Walks
l Free Esiimaies Oualiry work
No job too small Affordable prices
1 850-994-0897


In home
Companionship
* Meals
* Light housework
* Errands
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Renovation^ 9ct.Repairs '''
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Office:850-994-756t ,
eh 50-490-0404

Cats Cars
Auto Repair
Specializing in Electrical
Work, Lights, Switches
Alternators, Window
Motors & Regulators
Call PERRY @
686-0061


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

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


Patios-Driveways-Slabs
Also Tearout &
Replace Damage Concrete
(850) 221 8715
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DIRT CHEEP
Cleaning Service
We Furnish Supplies
Senior Discount with Ad
Homes Condos Offices
1 850-384-2388 ,


All Types of Fences.
New Installation and Repairs.
Specializing in Privacy Fences'
Our privacy fences are buili with SCREWS
Free Eshmales Locally Owned
Licensei & In-urel
485-2532


Noew Hope Painting
& Wallpapering
Interior & Exterior Residential
Drywall;
Pressure Cleaning
Wallpapering
Carpentry Work
Call the Ericksens today!
723-2550 623-6034

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Bush-Hogging Discing
Front-End Loading
Debris Removal
Cell (850)529-8718
Home (850)623-8697
Dan Francisco
Owner

GB&E LANDSCAPING"
AND TREE
SERVICES
FOR FREE ESTIMATES CREDIT CARDS OK
GRADING, MULCHING, WEEDING,
TRIMMING, NEW BEDS,
OLD BEDS, REDONE,
CLEAN-UPS, CLEARING, STUMP
GRINDING, TREE REMOVAL.
(850) 529-5650)


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Fence Repair Installation
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REALTOR .
(850)777-6586 Cell
(850)939-5232 Business
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www.jmerealty.com
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off Avalon near 1-10.
$165,000 MLS #2855505 JNiE REALTY


Jessie Teel's
Cl n"ing--Service "
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Owner/Operator
5512 Walker Rd.
Milton, Fl. 32570
a,- (850)983-1436
Cell:(850)516-6588
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393-3524
Commefcol Rental New Construction
Honney Rhodes owner

/Above & Beyond
Tree Service
Don't wait until it's
too late
Senior & Military Discounts
Licensed Free
& Insured Estimates
Kevin Frey
(850)983-7820


,,e6 Backhoe Work ,
O' Stump & Tree Removal'0
Hurricane Clean-up
Dirt Work
No Job Too Big or Small
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Purchase, ReFi, 100% Loans, No Income Verification
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