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Title: The Santa Rosa press gazette
Alternate Title: Milton press gazette
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Creator: Santa Rosa press gazette
Publisher: Milton Newspapers, Inc.
Milton Newspapers
Place of Publication: Milton Fla
Publication Date: February 22, 2006
Copyright Date: 2005
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 76, no. 104 (Mar. 29, 1984)-
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By DEBORAH NELSON
Press Ga:.ete Staff titrer
Subdividing Santa Rosa
acreage into unplatted "metes
and bounds" building lots maNy
become more expensive. and
Lime consuming, in the future.
Santa Rosa.


It's time for the second in our
three-part look at Santa Rosa.
Last month, we looked at our
history, today, wetake an in-
depth look at things affecting
the county today.
It's INSIDE this edition.


NEWS


VIEWS
FHP lists March
traffic checkpoints
The Florida Highway3
Patrol \ ill be conducting driver
license and.vehicle inspection
checkpoints during the month
of March at the following sites:
March 1-9. Quintette Road
\\est of County Road 197.
Bagdad High\'wa south of
Milton. Hamilton Bridge Road
east of the bridge. County Road
:19 north 'f GuernseC Road.
and State Road 4 in northern
Santa Rosa Count\.
March 10-16: Nichols Lake
Road east of State Road 87.
West Spencer Field north of
U.S. 90. \ard Basin Road at
the fire department. Berryhill
Road east of Chumuckla
High\way, and State Road 87 in
Holle\ -Nax arre.
March 17-23: Hamilton
Bridge Road east of the bridge.
State Road S9 in northern Santa
Rosa County, Willard Norris
Road north bf Anderson Lane.
S Chumuckla Highway north of
LU.S. 90. Bagdad Highwsay
sduth of Milton, and Mlulat
Road south of U.S. 90.
March 24-31: Gault City
Road south of Old Bagdad
.Hwy, County Road 197 north of
Guernsey Road, and State Road
8,7 in north Santa Rosa.

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Comnuissioners. Monday. dis-:
cussed possible changes to the
County Land De\elopment.
Code's .Minor Subdi vision
Exemption.
Currentl\. lando" ners mas
subdivide property of sufficient
acreage and secondary road way
frontage into an "unlimited"


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WEDNESDAY

L February 22, 2006


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Santa Rosa is into full Mardi Gras swing. Friday night, ltoats worked
their way down Stewart Street-beads and moonpies in tow. (Above)
The colorful float offered by the ARC Santa Rosa. (Below) A mem-
ber of the Crew of jesters. Then, Saturday night, members of the
ARC Santa Rosa gathered at Sikes Hall aboard NAS Pensacola for
their annual Mardi Gras Ball-a fundraiser for the organization for
the developmentally disabled. (To the right) King Robbie Thomas
and Queen Sue Straughn (of WEAR-TV) take a "royal walk" after
being crowned.
Press Gazette photos by Bill Gamblin and Deborah Nelson


The Santa Ri 7//
Sheriff's Office is' as ,
public's help in locadng a rr .
wanted on numerous felony
charges.
They are attempting to
locate Robert Anthon\ Slack,
23,of Park Asenue in Milton.
According to officials, most
of Slack's charges stem from
domestic vio-
lence incidents.s
Slack is cur-
rently wanted
on violating a
domestic \vio-
lence injunc-e
tion, aggravated fi ROBERT
stalking, threat-.. SLACK
ening a witness;
home invasion burglary with
battery, felony fleeing and elud-
ing, possession of a firearm by a
convicted felon, resisting arrest
without violence, carrying a
concealed firearm, and felony
driving while license suspend-
ed.
oSlack in considered danger-
outs and has been known to
make threats to numerous peo-
ple that it would "take a bullet"
to put him in jail.
Anyone with information
concerning Slack's where-
abouts is asked to contact the
Sheriff's Office at 983-1190 or
Crime Stoppers at 437-STOP.


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code tht lets yousubdivide your land
iber of sub-parcels, w without come to pull a building permit." concerns." says Faulkenberry.
ng through a county subdit i- Planning Director Beckie "We're seeing this more regu-
n review. Faulkenberrm notes. larly."
The divisions are not Officials say they're \\or- That means more stopping
ie\\ed for storm\ ater. ried about too man\ lots facing for school busses and garbage
ess. wetlands and other main roadway corridors, with trucks, and trips orl and off
unts standards. dri'elays emptying onto the heavily traveled thoroughfares.
"The first time the county roadjay Commissioners. Monday,
s one of those is \ hen they "That's one of the main See. DIVIDE, Page 5A.


What's up

LrS IBO. with new

1-10 spans?

o U' o DOT sets public
forum for Thursday.
By JEFF EVERTS
Press Gaiette Staff Writer
'The Florida Department of
Tr-ansportation will be holding a
public meeting to discuss
progress on the I-10 bridge.
Residents will have the
opportunity to learn about
changes to the design of the
span during the meeting.
Attendees will 'also be
updated on alterations to the
project, schedule due to the
design changes.
The meeting "'ill be help
See BRIDGE, Page 2A.


County considers changes to,


Making it harder to divide:


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Page 2-A The Santa Rosa Press Gazette Wednesday February 22, 2008
Local


~ Pace Fire Chief, Criso, dies


The Ropella Group will celebrate its
Santa Rosa Chamber Ribbon Cutting
combined with their First Annual
Charity Event for Families Count.
f*Ropella & Associates Global Mod Solutions
ra2zxplain Xeavate
4 Families Count Missloni Committed to helping children
S grow physically and emotionally by providing families quality
@Fervio@ Io prevent, diagnose and treat child abuse and neglect.
Where: The Ropolla Oroup,Timberland Plaza, 6480 Hwy, 90,
Suite A & B, Milton, Florida, (next door to Blockbuster Video)
When: Friday, February 24, 2006
4:30 p.m. Ribbon Cutting Ceremony.
5:00 p.m. Open House & Business-Networking event.
6:30 p.m. Door Prizes will be raffled off with all ticket sale
proceeds going to the Charity Families Count.
Who: Any Business Owner, Business Professional or
Looal Official.
(Please R.S.V.P. to Robbie@Ropella.com or 983-4777)
This is planned to be a large gathering
& dynamic Business Networking opportunity.
So remember to bring plenty of extra business cards.
www.Ropella.com


By DEBORAH NELSON
Press Gazere Staff tlrier
When longtime Pace Fire
Chief James Crisco passed
away Saturday. friends and co-
workers say he left some big
boots to fill.
"He was very dedicated to
his duties as a fire chief," notes
Acting Pace Fire Chief Donnie
Watkins..
Born in McRae. Arkansas,
Crisco. 63. lived in Pace for 30
\ears.
He served the Pace
Volunteer Fire Department for
28 of those years-the last 22
as Chief.
Co-workers describe Crisco
as a compassionate man. who


took things in stride when it
came to decision-making.
"He never got in a hurn.
WaLkins recounts. "He was very
rational about it...he was never
Sone to do anything w without ask-
ing somebody about it."
Despite his advancing ill-
ness, sa\s Watkins. Crisco con-
tinued to answer the call of duty,
for as long as possible.
"He ran 99 percent of the
-calls that came in [until he
could no longer get out]."
Watkins notes.
"'We tried to get him to step
do\ n more, but he was dedicat-
ed enough he \wanted to go on
to the end. and we let him."
"It %\as his fire department
and that's \%hat he lived for...to


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the Pace's firefighting commu-
nity will. take some time to-'
reorient after losing the '
Department's longtinie leaderi., .
"We lost a personal friend.- -':
lost someone "ho \ as like a ."""
brother." says Watkins.
"It's hurting a lot of people
right now...everybody in tihe
community is doing everything
they can."
Chief Cnsco wanted to be
at home as his illness pro-.-
gressed. Friends say he passed
awa\ with firefighters and fam-
ily around him.
"One thing about it \was, he
made peace with God before he
died, and that \ras a good *-
thing." says Watkins.
Crisco's fellow firefighters
carried him one last time to the
cemetery. Tuesday.
He \~as laid to rest at
Serenity Gardens. with full
Fireman Honors.
The Pace Fire Department
now\ faces the task of finding
someone to fill Crisco's shoes.
"That's going to be a big
Job." Watkins obser es.

Bridge
Continued From Page One.
tomorrow evening from 5:50)-
6:30 p.m. at the Santa Rosa
Count Auditorium. 4510
Spikes W\Va in Milton.
After a brief presentation.
graphics and other related
information will be available
for the public to re\ ie\\.
FDOT representatives \,ill
also be on hand to answer an\
questions the public might hae
and to discuss the project.
"The purpose of this meet-
ing is to bring e\enrone togeth-
er to discuss the changes to the
project design," sass FDOT's
District Three Secretary
Edw ard Prescott.
"W\e want area residents
and travelers to have an oppor-
tunity to see changes in plans.
receive information, and eti
answers to any questions tiey
have." '


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Feb. 8 to Feb. 15, 2006
Stokes, John Paul: Male;
3Q: 3981 Holleyberry Lane,
Milton, FL: DUI and Damage
, jroperry. 2/8/06
Gjl, James Calvin. Jr.:
'Male; 34; 1315
,Massachuserts. Pensacola, FL:
Probation Violation-Felony.
NDG
Adams. Sr., Kirkland
Lamar; Male: 42; 6914 Da
Lisa Rd.. Milton. FL: Possess
-Cocaine, Narcotic Equip-
Possess And Or Use. 2/9/06
Babb. Sabrina Ann;
-Female; 35: 5080 Babb Lane.
SPace, FL: Neglect Child W/O
Great Harm. 2/8/06
,. English. Betty Gene:
..Jemale: 41:4-605 Gulf Breeze
.Pk".y. Gulf Breeze. FL:
SProbation Violation-Felony.
S 2/9/06
Highes. Thomas 'Steve;
'Male: 48: 5060 Babb Ln,
'Milton, FL; Neglect Child
SW/O Great Harm. 2/8/06
SPEetitt, Chasity Alexis;
Female;, 23; Probation
Violation-Felony. 2/9/06
Rollo. Robert Major;
Male: 32: 3621 Pebble Ln.
-Milton. FL: Cocaine Possess
-.Wit Sell Etc W:1 1,000 ft
Worship/Business Sch II,
Narcotic Equip-Possess And
of Use. 2/9/06
- Clemons, Jeremiah Jason:
Male: 30: 30334 Westfield Ct..
-Gulf Breeze, FL: Probation
.-Violation-Felonm. NDG
Ard. Ashlee Dawn:
Female: 19; 5980 Savannah
Dr., Milton. FL: Probation
.Violation-Felony. NDG
Buckhalter. Jr.. Thomas
'Leon: Male: 23: 4536 Old
Guernsey, Pace. FL: Failure to
,.,.Appear for Felony Offense.
Reckless Driving lst Offense.
'Drive While Lic Susp 1st Off.
Batter -Touch or Strike
domestic violence) Aggra
Batt-Cause Bodily Harm or
.Disability, Aggrav Battern On
:Officer. Firefighter. EMIT. Etc.
S'2 cts.i. Resist Officer with
-Violence. 2/12/06
Calrissian. Miles
.Orlando: Male: 19: 5540
S.Osceala St.. Million. FL:
Battern On Officer Firefighter
ENIT Etc.. Resist Officer with
violence e 12 cts.I. Possess
Cocaine. Narcotic Equip-
Possess And or Use. 2.10.06
Do.uglas. Joseph Brooks.
Male; 31: 336 Sweetwater
A4Cir., Crawfordville. FL:
;B13atterv-Cause Bodily Harm
,:domestic violence. Cruelty
t&o iard Child Aggra\ated
*Batter\ on Child. Resist
pfticer Obstruct W\!O
S'- violence. 2/11/06
Farrington, Milliceht
iAnn: Female: 44: 4109
SDriscoll Rd. Milton. FL: Dri\e.
1 While Lic Suspended Habitual
Offender. 29,'06
Gibbons. Kenneth Wayne:
Male: 36: 4032 Windsor Ln,
6Zace. FL: Comnit Is1 degree
,.Ielonv W'Weapon. Carrying
S'oncealed Weapon Firearm,
'A mphetamine-Traffic or
Ilethamphetamine 14 Grams
*r O\er. Narcotic Equip
Possess And Or Use. Narcotic
^I.quip-Posse-s Manufacture
)eli\er. Drugs Possess Listed
"Shemical Wit Manufacture
%Cnvrl Subs. 2'11/06
Mitchell .Ir., James Larry;
blale: 42: 511 Farmington,
SGretna. LA: Failure to Appear
Sfor Felony Offense. 2/11/06
Moticoli, James Leroy;
Male; 43; 5416 Camile.
Gardens Cir., Pace, FL;
Possess Cocaine, Narcotic
S,quipKPossess and or Use.






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Nabors. Ronald James:
Male: 43: 7901 Kamie Ct..
Nilton, FL: Contempt of
Court-Circuit. 2/11/06
Ordone, Eldon Joseph:
Male; 26; 247 221st St.,
Golden Meadow, LA;
Probation Violation-Felony.
Sutherin Ir.. Wilbur
Eugene; Male; 34; 5725 Ridge
Ave. Milton. FL; Probation
Violation-Felony. 2/11/05.
Freeman, James Leon, Jr.;
Male; 32; 7979 Whiting Field
Cr., Milton, FL; Larc-Petit.
Third or Subsequent Offense.
NDG
Sanders. Rachel Nicole:
Female; 22; 7750 Johnson
Rd., Milton. FL: Failure to
Appear for Felony Offense.
NDG
Darby, Floyd Perry:
Male; 45: 4745 Praline ,Ln..
Pace, FL; Neglect Child.
Without Great Harm, DUI.
2/11/06
Hartshorne. Glen Joseph;
Male: 37: 8700 Gulf Pines Dr.,
MNilton, FL: Out of. State
Fugitive From Justice. 2"11,06
Moore. Jace Sinquefield:
NMale: 22: 8640 Rio Vista Dr..
Navarre. FL: Aggra Asdsl
W/Intent to Commit a Felony.
Aggrav Batten-Person Uses a
Deadly Weapon (4 cts.);
Robbery With Weapon.
Drugs-Possess ,; Control
Substance W.'O Prescription.
2.10,06
Tash. Jerrm Dee: Male: 35:.
2069 America Ave., Gulf
Breeze. FL. Drive whilee
License Suspended Habitual
Offender. 2/10,06
Taylor. Ir.. Arthur Lee:
Male: 19: 1866 Alhambra St..
Navarre. FL: Larc-Theft is
$300 or More But Less Than
$5.000. 2/10/06
Walters. Lisa Kay:
Female: 41: 6341 H\y. 90.
Milton. FL: Stolen Prop-
Dealing in Stolen Property.
2 11/ 06
Wilson. Christopher
Allen: Male: 44 :4121 Adams
Rd.. Pace. FL: Aggra\ Asslt
W/Intent to Commit a Felony,
Weapon Offense-Use Firearm
Under Influence of Alcohol.
2/9/06
Huffstutler. Barrn Keith:
Male; 45: 35438 Hwy. 22.
Verbena. AL: DUI. 2.'1006
Moulton. Mlnd\ Jean;
Female: 24: .668 Delhi Dr..
Milton. FL:. DUl. 212'06
Adams. Angela Nicole:
Female: 29: 3639 Southwind
Dr., Gulf Breeze, FL; DUI.
2/9/06 .
Beals, Mitchell J; Male;
47; 8555 Navarre Parkway,
Na\ arre. FL; Possess Cocaine,
Possess Marijuana Over 20
Grams. 2'13'06
Donaldson. Denise
Danielle. Female: 27; .6608
Magnolia St., Milton, FL;
Fraud-Suw indle-Obtain
Property Under $20.000.
2/13/06"
Glover. John David;
Male: 41: 6608 Magnolia St.,


Milton. FL; Fraud-Swindle-
Obtain Propert i Under
$20.0uO. 2/I13.06
McCoI, .Ir.. Stanle\ Lee:
Male: _28. 8634 Estrada Street,
Navarre. FL: Cruelty Toward
Child Abuse Without Great
Harm. 2/13/06
Nunn. Mark Anthony:
Male: 47: 6662 Shaggy Oaks
Dr.. Nliltin. FL: Veh Theft-
Grand 3rA Degree. 2.13/06
Riskedahl. Evan Scott;
Male: 27: 4337 Santa Rosa
Dr., Pace. FL: Out of State
Fueitive From Justice. 2/13/106
Lovett, Charles R: Male:
57: 1338 Calcutta Dr.. Gulf
Breeze. FL: Battery on Officer
Firefighter EMT Etc. (2 cis.),
Damage Prop-Crim Mischief
$200 and Under i'2-cts.i. Resist
Officer With Violence.
Obstruct Police Deprive of
Means Protection or.
Communication. 2/12/06
Cooper. Tree Terrell:
Male: 1: 3345 Alliquippa St.,
Baton Rouge, LA; Aggrav,
Assit With Intent to Commit A
Felony. Kidnap Person.
Robber \- Firearm. 2.14,06
Harris. G\endol\ n
Deloach: Female: 31: 1602
Governors Dr.. Pensacola, FL:
Dri\e While Lic Susp lst
Offense. Drugs-Possess Cntrl
Sub W'O Prescription.
2, 1406
Skivington. Ir., James
Cleo: Male: 28: 6491 Ho\ward
A'e.. Nhion. FL: Probation
Violation-Felon\. 2./14.06
Thornton. Ro\ Benjamin:
Male: 48: 2710 Rambler Ct..
SNavarre. FL: Cruelty To\ard
Child Abuse Without Great
Harm. 2, 14,06
Reeves. Sha\wn Frednck:
Male: 31: 4271 Crossi\inds
Dr.. Milton. FL: DUI and
Damage Property. DUI.
2/14:06
Cline. Joseph \Wayne:
Male: 23: 8522 Gulf Blvd.
Navarre. FL: DUI. 2. 14.'06
Bourgeois. Jefferson
\Wa. ne: Male: 27: 5463
\\oodcrest Dr.. Milton. FL:
Probation Violation-FelonN.
2/15 '06
Ulrich. Douglas Vincent:
Male: 41: 6019 Airport Rd.,
East Milton. FL; Stolen Prop-
Dealing In Stolen Property.
2/15/06
Vanderputten. Brandi
L nea; Female: 19: 1899
Reserve Blhd., Gulf Breeze.
FL: Failure to Appear for
Felony Offense. 2 15/06
Estudillo. Daniel Enrique
Don Jua; Male: 25: Unkno\wn
Address; Robber\ With
Firearm. 2/15.'06
E rost, Jeremy Adam;
Male: 31; 1302 Gulf Beach
Hw\.. Pensacola, FL:
Probation Violation-Felon\.
2.15 06
Henderson. David
Ray mond; male: 46: 202 Scott
St.. lilton.' FL: Neglect
Child-Cause' Great Harm.
Fraud-Imperson Attempt to
Use ID of' Another Person
W/O Consent, Resist Officer


Obstruct by Disguised Person..
2'15/06
Hanks. Mlatthew T: Male:
34: 2238 Dskestown Rd..
Bro\\nsdale. FL:
Conservation-Wound Kill
Endangered -Threat Special,
Species. 2/15/06
Crabtree. Nancy Marie:
Female: 47; 5003 Jab Ct.,
Pace. FL: Out of Stite
Fugiti\e From Justice. 2 16.06
Popeo). Jennifer Lynn;
Female; 34: 6759 Taylor,
Milton, FL: Possess Cocaine.
2/16/06
Robinson. Christopherf
Daniel: Male: 33; 5340 Pecos
Pass, Gulf Breeze, FL; Lewd
Lascv ..Beha\ ior-Molest
Victim Less 12 YOA Offender
Is YOA or Older (i3 cts.),
Le\ d Lasc\ Beha\ ior-
Conduct b\ Person Less Than
18 YOA. 2.16 06
Shutich. .Ir., Robert
James; Male; 54; 1157 Park
Ln. Gulf Breeze. FL; Failure
to Appear For Felon\ Offense.
2'16 06
Lill.e. James \illiam:
Male: 36: 5206 Bent Tree Rd..
Milton. FL: DUI. 2 1606b


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FEBRUARY 22. 2006


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Fn"ITO PIAI OPINIONS


Keep your nose

out of our yard
It doesn't come as much oa surprise to read
in another county's newspaper, know as the liber-
al Pensacola News Journal, that our county com-
inissioners should ignore the opinions of their con-
stituents who elected them and spend as much as
$40 million of their tax dollars on a new, iourt-
house.
Here we have a "holier than-thou" editorial
opinion from a ne\ paper that clearly has little
influence on its own county (Escambia). telling us
how our governmental officials should do busi-
ness, and basically saying what the people of Santa
Rosa County think is not important.
The need for a new judicial center is under-
stood by most taxpayers and we believe the new
approach to fulfill this need will be far different
than what occurred in 2002 when voters soundly
rejected what was presented.
The recent editorial opinion in this out-of-
town newspaper was a slap in the face to the citi-
zens of Santa Rosa County, and if our elected offi-
Scials do as that paper suggests, the political ramifi-
cations will be resounding.
Many are asking just who those liberal editon-
S al writers think they are trying to tell us that our
elected officials should simply ignore the citizens
they serve?
It is somewhat peculiar that this supposed
"voice of the people" in Escambia County can't
seem to sway the decisions made there nor offer
any substantial advice on dealing with that coun-
ty's failing schools, crime problems, poverty gov-
ernment corruption and the many other major
problems.
SBut then it appears this newspaper's opinion
writers seem to have all the answers and sugges-
tions as to how our governmental leaders should
act and how we should deal with our challenges.
It is suggested our elected commissioners sim-
ply use our property tax revenues, ignore our
pressing transportation issues, and build a court-
house.
Quoting from that paper's editorial, "commis-
sioners should slop pleading (or pandering) with
the public (taxpayers) to let them build a court-
house. and (simply) go ahead and do it."
Government is 'of the people' and 'by the peo-
pie' and although we do elect politicians to make
hard and fast decisions, we believe they should be
made with the consensus of the majority of the
people.
We certainly don't know how government is
operated in Escambia County, nor do we want to,
and far be it for us to tell governmental leaders
there how they should operate, i.e. W.D. Childers
and Willie Junior and school board members.
But we can,say the suggestion made to our
elected officials is one that doesn't reflect the way
our leaders operate and is why. for the most part. ,
they have gained the respect of their constituents.
We know that our elected officials will make
the right decisions regarding this courthouse issue
and we know they will properly inform the citizens
as to the actions they rake- with or without-the
need for another referendum.
With that said. it is our opinion outsiders keep
their liberal suggestions in their own backyard and
stop meddling in affairs that is none of their busi-
ness.
This so-called "Pensacola Bay Area" mentali-
ty doesn't wash on our Santa Rosa shores.


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Wi1write CSX about actions
Will:w rite CSX -about actions .


FM: RON SCOTT
Dear Editor:
Your article about CSX in the Februar IS issue
should make everyone's blood boil. It's one thing to
worry about the overnmment taking our property
under eminent domain, but a pnmate corporation
blocking access is even worse. CSX built the tracks
across the property and now. sears later. wants the
property owner to help paf for the maintenance of the
crossing and assume the liability. CSX is nothing but
a bully. They ha\e no respect for property nrhts and
no idea of right and w rong.
One thing you did not mention is the amount of
money CSX has been forced to pay back to the states
and the federal government. In the late 70s, earl 80s.
the government started a program called Operation
Lifesaver. It was a railroad crossing safety project.
The federal government would pa\ 909c of the cost
and the slates 10%. The railroads would do the work
and they would be paid for their costs. CSX tried to
use the program to make money, at taxpayers'
expense. In April of 1993,CSX refunded $598.379 to
Florida for "billing errors". They also refunded
$1,536,757 to 17 other states. In 1995. they refunded
$1,166337 to Florida as part of a $4.573.300 settle-
ment for "over billing" 11 states and the federal go \-
emrnment. That does not include a separate settlement
of $3,104,963 with the Department of Justice.
I hope Judge Hilliard continues to fight for his
Family's property rights. NM\self. I am going to call
and write,-endlessly. CSX and let them knot %\ hat I
" thinkilTha also going to write letters of complaint to
CSX about every inferior crossing I find. I think
Michael J. Ward, CEO, of CSX desert es a few letters
Sand phone calls.
I think the Board of County Comniissioners
should take the unusual step and pas`s a resolution
condemning the actions of CSX against a property
owner.

Enjoyed the play
FM: CHRYS HOLLEV
Dear Editor:
If anvbod\ missed "The Un-Ci\ il War" presenta-
tion recently they missed a delightful, entertaining.
humorous play written by a local man.
I met Tom McAllister nine years ao' He and
other gentlemen personnel of the Santa Rosa lMedical
Center served at a "high tea" in memory of, Dr.
Holley-a fundraiser for Habitat for Humanity. He
impressed me as a genteel, quiet, unassuming individ-
/ual. I appreciated all the servers.
Was I ever surprised to'disco\er Tom wrote and
directed the "Un-Civil War." He anc the cast are
members of a drama group which attend the same
church.
The character of President nas played b Kendell
Nutt, a two-time cancer survivor.
The group volunteered its lime and the efforts
resulted in more than $5,000 for the benefit of Relai
for Life.
As usual, the Santa Rosa Medical Center, a par-
ticipating entity in many community activities for
which I am thankful, rose to the occasion by donating
the meal at the dinner-theatre.
Honorable mention to Aleta Hoodless, Melanie
Gilbert and all servers of the meal et. al. whose vol-
unteer efforts. I'm sure, will be rewarded by God.
This cancer survivor thanks the plaNw right for
including God in his play. She belie\ es God alone can
united opposing elements.
S Some Americans never had the North-South syn-
drome. Others, by the grace of God, have been cured
of that syndrome. Yet others, who- ma) still have that
syndrome, would certainly have benefited had they
seen how the North and the South came together, a
joyful union climaxing the play.
The inclusion of God was so refreshing at this
time in America when God is outlawed, mocked and


other\ ise dishonored in much of what's going on
today .
God bless you all as onl\ He can.


We prepare for everything else
FMN: NORRIS BEREN
Dear Editor:
It's time to get prepared for Easter. Memorial
Day. actiono. confirmation, graduation. Christmas.
or a wedding, but for a disaster or emergency....Oh.
no! We have no time for that! We hate no money for
that! We're too busy or too poor or too much forgot-
ten by our elected officials. It's not important. It does-
n't matter because nothing bad will happen to us an\ -
\vas. Why worrn?\
Besides. President Bush. Governor Bush.
Governor Blanco. Homeland Security Secretar Mlike
Chertoff and so man\ others tell us that government
w\ ill be there to help us. Our local officials tell us how
prepared they are if the big one comes. What can \we
do anyway ?
What's all the fuss about? One congressman %\or-
ried at one time "that in case of an atomic attack, no
one would have a clear idea of how to respond." He
decried the "inexcusable delay "in the failure to set up
an adequate program to cope with a surprise attack
He claimed there was a "lack of adequate national
planning for civil defense in case of national emer-,
genc". This congressman w\as John F. KennedN
speaking and \writing in 1949-50.
Nothing 'has changed. but the color code aindthe
events of the last few% \ears. Are there more hurri-
canes and w\ ldfires, more flooding and tornadoes, or
are we just more sensitive to their existence? Not
since Korea and the decade or so after that has the
United States' mainland been in the crosshairs of evil
doers who could affect a significant part of the coun-
try with one blow. Now, since 9/11., we should be
grateful everyday something bad has not happened
here like what occurred in Spain, Indonesia, or
London. .
Sur eN after survey sho ws that. as a country. large
percentages of the population and businesses are not
prepared for a terrorist attack, a natural disaster, a
manmade disaster such as a toxic cloud from a train
derailment or oerturned truck. We still have children
who are killed regular\ in house fires because of lack
of smoke detectors, detectors that don't work, or have
families that have never bothered to show kids how to
evacuate a home, apartment or mobile trailer when
smoke or fire is present. Probably everN car and truck
in America has a spare tire for an emergency,but how
manN of us ever check it for air? Simple and so
important. Net eten this simple le\el of preparedness
is too much for most of us
As I travel around the country talking to business
owners and leaders, first responders. firefighters.
police officers. police and fire chiefs, mayors and city
managers. I hear the same objections to preparedness.
We are not v orned about the likelihood of something
bad occurring. Even those people xw ho are experts in
disaster management more often than not tell me that
70% of the experts have not prepared their own fam-
ilies for a disaster.
What's wrong here? We spend hours and dollars
preparing for holidays and family gatherings that we
know will happen because they are fun and that is
what life is all about. Well, this is a call to action. Get
prepared because if you don't and the consequences
are bad enough as the people in Katrina and Wilma
found out. the results could make a lot of future happy'
times unlikely) and impossible to celebrate.
Talk With family members, discuss what could
happen and then create your own Safety MAPTM ,the
things you need to have, the things you need to know,
and the things you need to do. Remember your fam-
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Santa Rosa...
Sunday. 7:17 a.m
This is Betty. I just want o
say thank you to the one lady w ho
is'out picking up liner on Spencer
Field Road She is doing "hat she
can We all should. It takes a \il-
lace. Thank you.

Saturday. 9:53 p.m.
Apparently the last caller in
\our column this week does not
realize that an evacuation route in
Florida onli goes so far and we
need those routes to extend lp
into Alabama so traffic can get
out of the way. Route 113 would
be the quickest and easiest wva\ o
cet out. not onl\ of Santa Rosa.
but Escambia. too.

Saturda\.,4:57 p.m.
This is Paul. If our commis-
sioners think anyone using
Willard Norris Road ill %ote for
the one-cent sales tax. he needs to
think again. I tried to count the
pot holes on Willard Norns aid
gate up. To pa\e a perfectly good
road before one falling apart 'is
sill.

Saturday.4:20 p.m.
\\h on 'earth would"the
county not use property it already
o~\ns around the Sheriff's
' Office) for a courthouse. The only
reason to have it in tow n is for the
conenience of law yers and I
can't see \h\ w\e should do that.
Having the courthouse near the
jail would also cut down on the
transportation of inmates. W'hy\
can't we sae money when we
have the opportunity ?

S Saturday 2:52 p.m.
This is Barbara. I can't
believe \ou are going to start
closing sections of Highwa\ 90 to
pave it. Hurricane season is com-
ing up. It is going to make traffic
worse. It is going to cost rmllions
and you want money for a court-
house?.- :l
SEditor's Note: It is thestate
of Florida that is going to reprve
Highway,' 90 for over a million.
not1 your county. The counn' is
the one talking about the court-
house.

Saturday, 9:53 a.m.
I want to comment on "Slop
your Judging." I think the person
who wrote this is reading the
opinion page just to have sornle-
thing to be judgmental of. The
Bible says it is sinful to ive
ungodly. I don't know where.
you're getting your ideas, Youare
making a lot of judgments, I think
you are reading your Bible
wrong. Who is to say a person
who is suicidal is going to
Heaven? Do you think Hitler
went to Heaven? You need, to
reconsider, how you run your
mouth.
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scussed requiring subdivision
at approval for land divisions
-to three or more parcels.
Projects would have to go
through regular county staff and
Board subdivision approval
processes.
"A primary goal is to make
sure we have an opportunity to
review and .make sure they
meet county standards," says
,Faulkenberry.
Officials said they'd work
around the sure-to-be sticks
issue of family inheritance
rules.
Metes and bounds develop-
ment can be used as a way to
"bypass the system,"' says
Commissioner Don Salter.
I think, ob iously, there's
a problem-I'm not sure if


we've found the solution yet,"
he notes. "I want to fix the
problem, but I don't want to kill
off our local builders."
"Too often a piece of land is
divided into five, seven or nine
pieces and, all of a sudden,
you've got nine driveways,"
adds Commissioner Tom
Stewart. -
Officials say they'll work.
.with builders to modify the,
rules,
"There is a problem-let's
get the people \\ho help create
the problem to help us find a
solution." Salter recommended.
The process is likely to
make small scale building more
expensive and time consuming.
That. sa\ some, could increase
home prices.
"There is a real expense


involved in preparing a plat for
review," Faulkenberry notes.
"It's enormously expen-
sive," agrees Southland
Builders owner Sandy Wyatt.
"It takes so much time-the
small guys don't have access to
that much money and that much
time," Wyatt notes.
S Nletes and bounds develop-
ment gives landowners the
opuon to divide and build on
property on an as-needed basis.
\\Vatt points out.
Some are counting on the
process to provide reurement
income.
Metes and bounds develop-
ment makes small-scale de\el-
opment more affordable, says
\\ art. for the developer as well
as the buyer.
"It's a tool that smaller'
builders use fi planning the
building process," he notes.
"It's a tool they useto get by.
Wyatt says he's concerned
ordinance changes could ha\e
negative consequences, espe-
cially for smaller builders.
"I think it \would hurt a lot
ot your smaller builders," he
observes.
\\att predicts the costs of
platting and other planning
could drive area home prices
up.
"It's a concern e\er time
you do something that adds
more cost to a home." he notes.
Area housing costs are
already pricing many out of the
market. W att points out. He
sa\s he fears code changes
could push area home prices as
high as other areas of Florida.
where even middle income
emplo ees cannot afford to live'


where they work.
"When the participation of
those who are sweeping the
floors and collecting the
garbage [becomes too expen-7
sive] then we have failed as a
community," he remarks.
Wyatt .says building costs,
which include materials, and
labor as Well as, fees like water
hookups, have skyrocketed
after Ivan.,
The county recently imple-
mented impact fees at about
$2,000 per home. Developers
maN stretch those payments out
o\er seven years.
WVatt says he'll \ ork \%ith
the County on any Land
Development Code changes.
"All of us realize there's a


problem," he -notes.
"Everybody's concerned about
it and nobody knows how to
deal with it."
S"We're just asking [offi- "
cials] please keep us in mind.'i
"Some sort of broad swath
measurel is going to wipe a
bunch of us off the map."
Officials say public input
sessions ith local builders are
in the near future, to develop
the code changes.
They're hoping to bring the
changes to public hearing by
earl\ April.

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Sheriff Wendell Hall recently honored Griffith for his acts of heroism.
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on the I-10 bridge.
"There are lots of different
types of heroes in this country
who can step out and lea% e their
ow\n thoughts behind them to
help others," said Sheriff
Wendell Hall.
"He \went into a vehiclee
\ ith a ruptured gas lank and a
flame and saved two wonderful
people."
Mr. Hooprich had been
knocked unconscious from the
collision and his \wife was left
dazed and unable to get herself
or her husband out of harm's

Griffith was able to get the
two out of the car just as the
flames reached the front com-
partment of the vehicle.
"When he came. back to get
me, the fire \as almost in the
front seat." Mr. Hooprich said.
"But he managed to get me
out through the window,
although I don't know how."
Hoopnch and his \wife said
it was \ery important Griffith
be honored.
"We wanted him to get
recognition and called several
organizations, but no one was


interested until I %rote a letter
to the editor." Hooprich said.
Griffith's wife Patti. a
teacher at McArthur
Elementary, said her husband's
story doesn't surprise her.
"I can't sa\ I \\as shocked
when I heard about it because
he lo\es helping people and is
very brave." Mrs. Gnffith said.
"I am very happy for him to


receive this award because he
deserves it."
Griffith, on the other hand.
took the award in stride,
although somewhat modestly.
"I don't think I'm a hero, I
just did \what needed to be
done." Gnffith said.
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By JEFF EVERTS
Press Gazetre Staff Writer
The Santa Rosa Counry
Sheriff's Office held an award
ceremony last Friday to honor a
local hero.
The ceremony w as to honor
Robert K. Griffith, who placed
his own life on the line to save
others from probable death.
Griffith pulled two victims.
Eugene and Fa.e Hooprich of
Gulf Breeze. from their burning
car to safety after an accident


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First National Bank of Florida earns highest honor


February 2006:
BauerFinancial, the nation's
leading independent bank rat-
ing and research firm, is
pleased to announce that First
national Bank of Florida,
Milton, Florida, has achieved
its highest 5-Star Superior,
rating for financial strength
and stability. This rating indi-
dates that First National Bank
Of Florida is one of the safest-
banks in the country.


Santa
The Santa
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Saturday, Febru
4.m. in Bldg.
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shop "Explorin
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demonstration
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.Earning a 5-Star rating is
in itself an outstanding
achievement evidence of
consistently sound manage-
ment, financial strength and
performance," said Karen L.
Dorway, president of the
research firm. "When a local
bank achieves the 5-Star team
and their accomplishment."
First National Bank of
Florida was established in
1984 and has been committed


to the needs of its neighbors
and friends in Northwest
Florida for 22 years.
Currently it operates through
eight conveniently located
offices in Destin, .Milton,
..Navarre. Pace and Pensacola.
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Rosa County Art Association to
Rosa Art niques. Participants will hale Other supplies to bring are:
have its regu- u the opportunity) to design their protective rubber gloves, a
meeting on own batik and begin the dyeing smock or old shirt, newspapers,
Iary 25, at 8 process during the workshop. cardboard box for stretching
4900, Room There \will be a $10 fee for fabric across (approx. 14" W x
PJC Milton guests plus a 510 supply fee for 14"L x 6" deep). plain
ed by a work- all, that will cover beeswax, newsprint, w white dra\ ing paper
g Batik" by paraffin, fabric dyes & dye fix, 18" x 24", brown grocery bags.
There will be a electric frying pans. fabric for old hog bristle brushes for hot
of the Batik artwork, t-pins. tape. dye con- wax (1/2' & 1") and paint
ic dyeine tech- trainers. and some brushes. brushes for dyes.


Homemaker
Marie Plowman, Henry
Gilmore and Kevin Hobbs
were among the special guests
of the Pace Pea Ridge
Homemaker Club on Saturday,
January 28. These folks along
with several more helped.make
the 65th Anniversary of the
club a big success.
Gathering information on
the early years of this club we
found that in 1939 a group of
five Pea Ridge ladies began a
little sewing circle that met
every Thursday evening, doing
needlework, quilting. helping
each other with patterns,
exchanging recipes, canning
and enjoy ing each other's com-
pan .,
.Miss Eleanor Barton. the
county Home Demonstration
Agent at that time. organized
ihe group into a Home
demonstrationn Club. the fore-
unner of Extension
,Homemakers and the present
da\ Famil. and Community
Education Association.
In Januar. 1940 the first
official meeting was held \ ith
L15 members present. Mrs
Elloree Hamilton was elected
!as the first president. B\ 1946
here were 28 members.
t In 1952 Mr. Jim Spencer
a\'e the club a deed to one
lcre of land in Pea Ridge. Club
,members cleared the land and
then worked diligently\ to accu-
mrulate the funds necessary. to
,build the clubhouse that still
stands on that lot and is still in
'eedular use b\ the club todas
In 1954 Pea Ridge and Pace
-Iome Demonstration Clubs
combined into one club. By
1J955 there were 54 members
'It \\as in 1957 that the meet-
ings could be held in the club-
house. Through the years the
building has been used for reg-
ular club meetings, workshops,
council meetings. 4-H meet-
ings and community meetings.
Club records show that
Sphere were 40 active members
in .1983. Melba Barley, Bertha
Christian, Yvonne DeLoach,
C nthia Hamilton, Rosina

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Nelson. Marie Plowman,
Carolyn Rutherford. and Nlar
White are still active in the
club. Although the club has
other members, they have
joined in the last fe\w years.
Bobbie Dorner is the
President of the club and just
took over this duty as lMelba
SBarley moved to President of
the County Council. Melba has
been President for several
)ears.
This club meets on the 4th
Thursday of the month starting
at 10 a.m. in their clubhouse
located on Keyser Lane in Pea
Ridge.
The members are always
busy making cancer turbans.
hats and pillows and preemie
clothes for babies born at the
Sacred Heart Neo-Natal
Intensive Care Unit and Ouch
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Anniversary
getting shots at the Health
Department. The members also
collect pop tabs for the Ronald
McDonald House and they
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items for Family Resources.
Feel welcome to join this
club. Keep in mind that the
building can be rented for sour
party, church meeting or other
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Marian Hughes taught At at
Pace High School for 32 years
and was the Santa Rosa County
Art Coordinator 20 years.
There will be room for 12
more people to attend this
workshop. please call Jim or
Helen Berry at 626-7509 to.
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NOTICE OF ANNUAL MEMBERSHIP
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The East Milton Water System. Inc. will hold their
annual meeting March 9. 2006 at 7:00 p.m., at the
East Milton Water Ststems Office. All interested
Applicants for seats on the Board of Disrectors must
apply at the Water System's office located at 8175
South Airport Road.

Qualifying dates are from February 13, 2006 through
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AMENDED NOTICE 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
v..h-,rr, F.A. Management
Solui. .r.c, 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 eight,
wi. ar,, .r, lercz l oine I e361cr.
r'n, a,.I Pa.:en. R ,dmr.d .n
Iand r Ire r.llu,.ng udein:rbed
p,-r:.:.r.,l pr.:.per, e 'V1.1
DESCRIPTION OF PROPER-
TY
2005 BLUE DODGE GRAND
CARAVAN. SE
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S,anri Rl).a Crrmnal Ju.l-h:e
Fa..:; ;y n M.;i.:,n Sanr.a Rc.a
C ur.i, FlIr.:3d 3a Ire rrnor or
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a: .-.->r, inaraitl-,r -a pc.AA:ilb
I inii o r I.:,r aie all line aai
.3dler.a,,-i Aril a PacenT
FReiamr d,l nghtl Iile 3ara i'rrer.
,h, r., rli e ro re.,ial p.ein.jal
prop~e-ly a puBiL au.:l.Cor ,and1
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IareA ll priljr Icrns r..:umr-
r.rarnrce and lud gmer.r .r an,
1 ire In.- n.qri :i n r. -I tilclader
.for CASHM IN HARJD rTr..pr,.
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may ae I.; Tr,, parrlnl :, I -o c il
ana Inrae siiatalcair, :.i Ih
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VENCELL HALL SHERIFF
OF SANTA ROSA COUNT''
FLORIDA
B J.arrn-i E Crhair,r
DApury Sr.innn
IF YOU HAvE A DISABILITY
REQUIRIInG SPECIAL
ACCOMr.IlOCATIOrEJ COR TO
ARRANGE TO ViEW THE
PROPERTY PLEASE CCIJ.
TACT .IArICE PLATT iAi i.
*as&i.lIil AT LEAST SEvEjI
17l DA.'S PRIOR TO THE
SALE DATE
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IN THE CIRCUIT COuRT OF
THE FIRST JUDICIAL CiR-
CUIT IN ,AND FOR SaSrTA
ROSACOUtJrr FLORinL'


Case No.: 05-2260
Division: M
Cherle Navrisky
Petitioner
and
Bryon Navrisky
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
Vo'U a ,d in-M al y u ar i-qulred hli
sra e a C':p, ,f your anneri.
d-iner.i; t a, ly lj i o n C r.rer
faIr,. k, a*r., e sac re s I'.
.6349 Lynam Dr. on or before
March 6,2006; and file-the orig-
inal with the clerk of.this Court
at 6865 Caroline St. Milton, FL.
32570, before service on
Fail ngrr r Ir irrme.a el T, ir-re.
antr It you lall to do so, a
default may be entered
against you for Ihe relief
demanded in the petition.
Copies of all court docu-
ments in this case, including
orders, are available at the
Clerk ol Ihe Circuit Court's
orolce.You may review these
documents upon request.
You must keep the Cler of
tne Circuit Court's office noti-
fied ol your current address.
(You may Iile Notice ol
Current Address, Florida
Supreme Court Approvea
Family La* Form 12.915.)
Future papers in this lawsuit
will be mailed to the address
on record at the clerk's
office.
WARNING Rule 12.285,
Flonra Family Law Rules of
Procedure, requires certain
automatic disclosure ol doc-
uments and information.
Failure to comply can resulI
in sanctions, including dis-
missal or striking of pleaa-
ings.
Daled Fet.ruar." '"6
CLERK IJF THE :"RCLUIT
COURT
CIRCUIT CC'ORT SEAL
By Cairer., Errry
DOeury Clerk


02,,:206
281
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-
ber indicated above, is pending
in the Circuit Court for Santa
Rosa County, Florida, Probate
Division, the address of which
is 6865 S. W. Caroline Street,
Milton, Florida 32570. The
name and address of the per-
sonal representative and of the
personal representative's attor-
ney are set forth below.
All creditors of the decedent
and other 'persons having
ClaiMT or d Tia' .,:l. j ,g n i
laCeda:-3r i -l.a ,r.clui.ngr
Uri. alurei a c ni.rl.r..r l r ur.,l.q
Uranlc3 Cla"i Or, ah.:.iTi a
copy of this notice is served
must file their claims with this
. ,our WITHI-Ir THE LATER OF
i r.lMorTIH AFTER THE DATE
,OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION
OF THIS IjOTICE CR ;., DA'. S
AFTER THE DATE OF SER.
.iCE OF A :COP OF. THIS
NOTICE ON THEM.
All other creditors of the dece'
da'i i ran oinrer p-rnr r.a..,r.
.:la,TI.T. or dlemandl a t r I,.he
d caL l r.i e-:ialle, .r.n.:luaing.
unrrlaurea .:.rnli.rgenA r uraniq
un.alPd :l.3,rn mut l1 I ni er
.-laiT.- lh in.: ccun W ITHrij 3
Or.jOITH AFTER THE DATE
OF THE FIRST PUBLICATIONJ
OF THIS NOTICE
ALL CLAIr.IS hOT .O FILED
WILL BE FOREVER EARREED
DaT-e il Ine i, r: purl...:a'l.n c.1
Ini: r,:ln : FeCruiar, '15 "I0r,
RONIALD L IlELSOIN
Flor.a Bva' inurber 2801i94
An.:,rr,-V for Ptr.:.r.ab
H-pr i s; r.aii .
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Perr:. :.nal R-epre .l ajlh
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NOTICE TO BIDDERS

SOLICITATION OF SEALED


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BIDS FOR HOUSING RECON-
STRUCTION
SANTA ROSA HOME AGAIN
PROGRAM
Sealed bids will be received by
the West Florida Regional
Planning Council, 3435 North
12th Avenue, Pensacola,-
Florida; until 8:00 a.m.. local
time, on FRIDAY. MARCH 10
2006 ,at which time bids will be
publicly opened and read aloud
for reconstruction of the,
dwelling units located at 3957
Whitehall Drive, Pace, Florida
32571; 3656 Greenwood Road,
Jay. Florida 32565; and, 3525
Bluet.el C.rcie Jay, Florida
325".r under Ina HOCr.E Aanr,
Prognarr.
Bid packages may be obtained
upon request at the West
Florida Regional Planning
C.unr..: i t.g;nnin.. .:.n Flida. .
February 24 2006 dualrng nr.r.
mat t":. -i : r.:-.ul3 F.:. CIlu ic:.
t' bC on.ared all Cl0; ir muj
*I'cludce all .iemnzie-l -:-,.: -: .l-ial
td .*'. I : rrl.mui c1:e r In. and
mu-in b. i.grid n) in-e uomm.
tino contractor. Any bid that.
does not meet the above
rev-uirem.erdi v ll r.:.i b: e ;.'.-ir .
er,-id
A MANDATORY opre cri.loter
er.CB ll ,, n.eld .:.r,.
FRIDAY MARCH 3 2006 ar
I8l0j am lalirisa alit reae i:
Flor.l. Re.gior.al Pl3nnnog
CoCun,: 3-j.s tlorir, li
Avenue FP c.i.aci:la Fl-:.rla All
u:l ln:r.i i~rn:rll: rn .g I .i prie.,
'C. .1 :.ul C, refe re,1d ,.- .hT,
6r,,.: i n 1 l Iri.e ,eil FlC .ril.
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NOTICE OF INTENT TO CON-
SIDER AN ORDINANCE
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Ir.e I.:-I .inr,.] prOp:. d '
Oio.inar..:e t. y tre B i '13 l-
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S rnia- ii. C.:.urr,. .: ,:hed.
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200i nf,,r, ii., : Cmt, .irlr neFS.
meaiTn. I.:.om all Ihr,
Admnnilrle Ciorrnipl ? E-195'
Car.illne Slr-el Millan FIr.nar
AN ORDINANCE OF SANTA
ROSA COUNTY. FLORIDA
RELATING TO THE SANTA
ROSA COUNTY TOURIST
DEVELOPMENT DISTRICT
LEVYING AN ADDITIONAL
1%.TAX FOR TOTAL OF 4"%
TAX ON EACH WHOLE AND


MAJOR FRACTION OF EACH
DOLLAR OF THE TOTAL
RENTAL CHARGED EVERY
PERSON WHO RENTS,
LEASES'OR.LETS FOR CON-
SIDERATION ANY LIVING
QUARTERS OR ACCOMMO-
DATIONS. IN ANY HOTEL,
APARTMENT HOTEL,
.MOTEL, RESORT MOTEL,
APARTMENT, APARTMENT
MOTEL, ROOMING HOUSE,
TOURIST OR TRAILER
CAMP, OR CONDOMINIUM,
FOR: A, TERM OF SIX
MONTHS OR LESS IN THE
ENTIRE SANTA ROSA
COUNTY TOURIST DEVEL-
OPMENT DISTRICT; PROVIDE.
ING TAX SHALL APPLY TO
FAIR MARKET VALUE OF
PROPERTY OR CONSIDERA-
TION RECEIVED IN UEU OF
RENTS; PROVIDING FOR
THE COLLECTION AND DIS-
BURSEMENT THEREOF:
PROVIDING FOR VIOLA-
TIONS AND PENALTIES;
PROVIDING FOR THE TAX
LEVIED TO CONSTITUTE A
LIEN ON THE PROPERTY OF
THE LESSEE, CUSTOMER
OR TENANT; PROVIDING
FOR AN EFFECTIVE DATE.
TeI e 0 rC.p..eald O.',diranre:"
m a, t- inr:pE.:e3-A D, ir, put.hci
pior I:- inre t.. ,i:rahe ulud,
m irr.. ".. al in,- CO '.:- *U:, i.:.r
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Services Department, 6495
Caroline Street, Milton, Florida.
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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR
SANTA ROSA COUNTY,
FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
File No.: 57-2005-CP-370
Division: Probate
IN RE: ESTATE OF
JACK TURNER
MCLAUGHUN


Deceased.,
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
The administration of the estate
of Jack Turner McLaughlin,
deceased, whose date of death'.
was July 17, 2005, is pending in
the Circuit Court for Santa
Ro-a C:.urr, Fliri., Probate
ECD,,il.., n-,e ,-adr:,E: ,:.f which
is 6495 Caroline Street, Milton,
Florida 32570. The names and
addresses of the personal rep-
resentative and the personal
representative's attorney are
set forth below.
All creditors :ol ine daCe.lijr,
and other p.ri.:.nr. na..r,
claims or demands against
decedent's estate on whom a
copy of this notice is required to
Sbe served must file their claims
with this court WITHIN THE
LATER OF 3 fMOITHS AFTER
THE'TIME CF THE FIRST
;PUBLICATION OF THIS
NOTICE OR 30 DAYS AFTER
.THE DATE OF SERVICE OF A
COPY OF THIS NOTICE ON
THEM.
All .jiher credii.:r. ci ihe dle-:.-
d-.nl and aolrhr pe-r'.o r-, a.r.g
c,:ilrr. .Ar admands aga.rli
-:ae.dn.dii -C ale muil uieC Ira,.r
cla mii.Ih Ir. ..:,urun WITHIfJ "'
r.ICrJTHS AFTER THE DATE
O.F THE FIRST PUBLICATIONS
OF THIS NOTICE
ALL CLAIMS NOT FILED
WITHIN THE TIME PERIODS
SET FORTH IN SECTION
"- :< .: OF THE FLORiDA
PRCEBATE CODE WILL BE
FORE .ER BARRED
rTC'WlJiTHSTAJIDING3 THE
Ti.lE PERIODS SET FORTH
AB4O,E' Arj' CLAIM FILED'
TWO (2) YEARS OR MORE
AFTER THE DECEDENTS
DATE OF DEATH IS BARRED -
Tnhe iarele. lril put.l:..ai,.r. ,of
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PUBLIC INFORMATION MEETINGS


DESIGN/BUILD OF THE NEW INTERSTATE 10 BRIDGES OVER ESCAMBIA BAY

The Florida Dparrtmeni of Transpornaion (FDOT). District Three, has scheduled two Public Information Meetings for the design/build of the new
Interitate i bridges oi er Escambia Bay. Escambia and Santa Rosa Counties, Florida. These niectI' are being held to present modificanons to the
proposed desgri :and other project inftrmarion to the public. Both meeungs will
presenttile-3ine information and Hill be held rrom5:30p.m.to6:30p.m. on: T lbialin rr2 ,2d


Tuesday, February 21, 2006


-Escambia County : Santa Rosa County
Ramada Inn Bayview Santa Rosa County Auditorium
7601 Scenic Highway, Pensacola 4530 Spikes Way, Milton

The FDOT. in accordance tillh Chapter 330.1t55t6). Florida Statutes, is providing
rTlioce to those property .i\vnerrs \i hose pruperr) lhes. in w hole or in part, witbhn i300
feet on cilher side of the crinterlnue o'fany alternai\e for the proposed faciltir (even
though rhei ma, not bedirectl) affected)
The proiec I ; inudes construction of ri o new three-lane bridges parallel to and south
of the c\isiing bridges Construction is ongoing and is estimated to last about twoo
aiid a half\ cJrs Plans for nmo\ inz traffic from the old bridges to the new bndge hacv
changed. Pre-. ioul. ti. liane-, ofac.sibound rraffic u.ere to be moed onto the new
bridge inI ctLobr .20lt and rrv o lanes ofl\ westbound traffic were to shift from the old
bridge to the new bridge in Deciniber 2'l.0. Deia3 caused by Humcanes Dennis
and Katrina have called for a change in plans. Now, all traffic will shift to the new
bridge by December 29,2006.
Abrief project presentation will be given at 5:30 p.m. A after the presentation. project
graphics and other project-related Iitorinmaton aill be available for public re% iew.
FDOT representatives v.\ ill be a ailable during the meetings to answer questions and
discuss the project.
You are invited and encouraged to attend either or both meetings. Persons i',th
disabilities who may require special accommodations at the meeting. under the'
Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990, should contact David Bogan, Project
Manager, at (850) 981-2802, at least seven (7 1 dda s prior to the meeting. If you have
any questions about the meeting or the proJect, please contact David Bogan ur
Tommie Speights, Public Information Director, at(888) 638-0250, ext. 208.


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.City

schedules meeting
The City of Milton Parks &
Recreation Committee ,will
meet on Monda.. FebruarN 27,
20(06. at S:30 a.m. in the
Conference Room,.B at City
Hall, 6738 Dixon Street. For
further information on the meet-
ing. contact the Cirt Manager's
Office at 983-5-11. ll. meet-
ings are open to the public. -


LIHEAP

offers assistance
Tri-County : Community
Council has available funds to
help with electric or gas bill
through the Low Income Home
Energy Assistance Program
I LIHEAP). These are remaining
funds for the program year
2005-2006. Anyone: who 'has
not received assistance between
April 2005 Present da\ is eli-
gible to apply. LIHEAP is a
once a year assistance program
based on household income and
size. Applications are taken by
appointment. Please call Joann
Smith at 981-0036 for more
,information.


Relay for

Life Yard Sale set
The Purple Power Friends
Team will ha'e an \ard.carpor
sale on March 4, 2006 from
7:30 a.m. until 1:00 p.m. at
5222 Booker Lane in Jay, across
from the Bray-Hendricks City
Park behind the Jay Town Hall.
All proceeds go to Relay for
Life of Jay, a team event of the


American Cancer Socier. Also.
Luminaries Order and Sur\ ior
Registration Forms for, the
Relax for Life to be held at Ja\
High School April 21-22 \ill be
available during the yard/car-
port sale. For information call
850-675-4990 or 850-675-4847.


Clothing Give

Away planned
Welcome Assembly of God
Church located at the corner of
'Carl Booker & Welcorme
Church Road. is gi\ine awa\
free clothing Thursda3.
February 23, beginning at 8 am.
until...
Take the first road off
Interstate 10 Exit to H\~ 87
toward Holly There is clothing
for both children and adults.


Ropella Group to

have Open House
On Friday;,February 24, at
4:30 p.m., the Santa Rosa
Chamber of Commerce will be
'conducting a ribbon cutting cer-
enon\ for The Ropella Group,
located in Timberland Plaza,
6480 Hwy.' 90, Suite A&B,
(across the street from Wendy's
Restaurant and next door to
Blockbuster Video). At .5 p.m.
the Ropella Group will hold an
Open House and Business-
Networking event. A buffet with
free food from a number of local
restaurants will be provided.
At 6:30 p.m. door prizes
will be raffled off with all ticket
sale proceeds going to the chari-
ty, Families Count. Any business
owner, business professional or
local official is invited. Please
R.S.V.P. to
Robbie@ropella.com or 983-
4777.


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Carnleys celebrate

50th Wedding Anniversary
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Carnley \ ill celebrate their 50th wed-
ding anniversary Sunday. February 26. 2006 at 2 p.m. at the
Ebenezer Assembly of God Church in Jay. FL. All friends and
relatives are invited to attend the celebration. Just your presence
is requested.

NOTICE OF PUBLIC MEETINGS
.11 Board or Counrt Commiei.oner lseetngs and oier count aeparrment
meetrng- are ncld a the Count) .-\orraJiarti e Cenier, Comr, T.smorner s Boarj
Roonm, 6-195 Caroline Street NThlon Flordla unless other ,se iidrcated


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FL..AL TPO Meeting
Build.ng Code Board or AdJluitmenil
1W ( I Old Ba-djua Has, NIlton
Correrer.:e Roo.n.
Commrnil on Regular
Fire Prolecunorn Board c o Ad.iu;mer-L and Appeal.
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PacrK and Recreailon
Conmi s.i.n RegulaJr
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Litilir Board


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SRMC Births
Summer Bowman & Joseph
Bowman. a son, losep
Bowman
Tamika Jones & Samuel
Johns, a son, DiMareo lohns
Tammy Osmialowski &
James Osmialowski, a son, .ace
Osmialowski
Jahna Savage & Jeffery
Savage, Jr., a daughter, .Lada
Savage
Rachel Phillips & Michael
Fowler. a daughter, Brionna
Fowler
Allison Diane Frost Hartman
& Thomas Daniel Hartman. a
son. Ethan Daniel Hartman
Julie Eicher & Victor Eicher.
a son, Gage Eicher
Sarai Ellis & Jason Ellis, a
daughter, Saida Ellis
Rachelle Lopez & Raymond
Lopez, a son. Nathaniel Lope'
Christine Goodin & Joseph
Goodin. a daughter. Finan
Goodin
Nicole Clark & Man Clark, a
son, Bradley Clark
Tiffany Clinger & Terold
Johns, a son, Terold lohns, Ir.
Ronda Holbrook & Randall
Holbrook. Jr.. a daughter.
Guilian Holbrook


SBirth announcements are
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WALNUT HILL
RURITAN CLUB
32nd Annual Farm
SEquipment Auction
Open Sale
Saturday, Feb,25 9:30a.m.
For Consignment, Call
(850) 327-4318 or (850) 327-4479
8 miles south of Atmore
on Hwy 97 at the
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NOTICE: PACE WATER SYSTENI, INC.
ANNUAL MEETING OF MEMBERS

WHEN: FEBRUARY 23, 2006 AT 7PM.
WHERE: PACE WATER SYSTEII OFFICE
OFFICE 4401 WOODBINE ROAD
S PACE. FLORIDA 32571
TELEPHONE 994-5129

REFRESHiENTS SERVED AND DOOR PRIZES AWARDED


Chief James
Leslie Crisco
1942-2006
Chief Jam~e Leslie Crisco,
age,63 of Facq, died Saturday.
SFebruary 18,2006 at his home.
Chief Crisco was born in
McRae. Arkansas and has lived
in Pace for the past thirry years.
He was a U.S. Army Veteran.
Chief Crisco served 28 years
, ith the Pace Volunteer Fire
Department %%here he \\as fire
chief for 22 years, giving his
time and effort in protecting the
Pace Communi tr. He-was -very
dedicated to staying up with the
grow\ th of Pace and saw the
departments grow to four fire
stations.
Chief Crisco is preceded in
death by his mother, father,
step-father. and \two brothers.
Chief Crisco is survived by
his losing wife Nellie "Nell"
Crisco of Pace: I son-Mac
Crisco of Wells\ille. Ohio: I


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ters-Andy Crisco of
Wellsville, Ohio and Jamie
(David) Brojanac of Pace; 1.
step-daughter-Teresa (David),
Josey of Apache, Oklahoma; 4
grandchildren Jaycee,
Elexsys, Morgan, and Alex; 4
step-grandchildren- Chance,
Chad, Sheann, and Kenny; 2
brothers--Orville Crisco of
Milton and Dwight (Karen)
Crisco of Winter Haven, FL; 3
sisters-Arlene Dollar ( of
Cabot, AR, Wilma (Sam)
Childers of Pace, and Clara
iEarli Freeman of Pensacola; 2
sisters-in-la\% -Pauline Crisco
of Milton and Marie Crisco of
Beebe. AR: many nieces and
nephews.
Funeral services for Chiet
SCrisco \,ere 10 a.m. Tuesday.
February 22, 2006 at the Pace
Assembly of God. Visitation
\\as Monday. February 21.
2006 at the Pace Assembl) of
God. Burial followed' at
Serenity Gardens with Full
Fireman Honors.
Acti\e Pallbearers \\ere the
Pace volunteer firefighters.
Honorary pallbearers were
Junior Dnnkard and members
Sof all attending fire depart-
ments.
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Jones, Mary
Hazel Mathews
Our sweet, precious
."GrannY" has gone to be \ith
:her Lord and Sa\ ior at the age
of 98. following a long and
faithful life spent searing Him
from childhood. She "%as a
founding member of Mount
Pleasant Baptist Church \.here
she also served for 40+ \ears in
multiple positions in the church
including pianist and Sunday
School teacher.
She \%as preceded in death
by her parents-Thomas F.
Mathew\s. Sr. and Nanc\ iM.
Keese Mathews: her brothers -
Thomas Theron lathe\s.
WesleI "Jay bird" Mathew\%s.
Thomas Wilson Mathe s,
Huris Elton NMathew\s. and
Thomas Franklin Mathew\s. Jr.,
and her sisters-Nettie Lee
Mathew\s, IvaLee Mlathew\s


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Greg Brown, CFA e
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!
If you meet the following criteria, you may qualify for an
addllonal i-lomestead E Tnis additional exemption ir for the portion ol your tax Dill
associated with the Board of County Commissioners only.
Property o*ner musl be 65 or older
Total adjusted household income lrmiratons apply
Must apply no later than March 1, 2006
Music qualify for and/or currently be receiving Homestead
Exemption
H (Note. You must qualify and
may have no reapply annually)
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Holmes, Abbie Eloise
Mathews Stephens, Hettie K.
Mathews Faircloth, Willie Mae
Mathews McCrory, Roberta'
Mathews and a dear son-in--
law-Clinton Durward
McCrory.
She is survived by two chil-
dren-Hilda Lucille Griffith'
McCrory-Holt and Herman
Eldridge Griffith and his
wife-Jackie; her sisters-
Mar3 Rozelle lMahe \s Smith.
and Lulu \\\ nell Nlthe\\s
Sanders.
She is. also survived by 8
grandchildren Vivian and
Benny Yates,. Jeanne and
Charle-s Bradsha\\. Parm Bowar,
Janet and Jerry Clements.
Johnny and Diana. Griffith,
Gale Coulamn.Alex and Sandy
Gritfith and Scott\ Griftith: 12
Sgreat-grandchildren Benj.y
and Jenn\ Yates. Renee Yates
Nichols. Tan\a 'Yaes \\est,
Traci and David Thames,.
Charles Jr. "Buddi" and
Kimberl\ Bradsha\%. Clint and
Beth Bradsha\\, Stephanie and
Mkarhel Settlemire and Joanna
and Mark Glasgov,. and 24
great-great grandchildren.
The farmil\ Iould like to
send a special thanks to the
caregivers at Sandy Ridge Care
Center. Emerald Coast Hospice
and Dr. Bruce Young for the
h wonderful care that the) gave,
her.
Lewis Funeral Home. 6405
H\%\\ I W., Milton, is in
charge of arrangements.
Visitation was at Lewis Funeral
SHome on Nlonday, FebruiarN
20, 2006 at Lewis Funeral
Home..
The Funeral was held
Tuesday, February 21, 2006 at
lou nt Pleasant Baptist Church
(6151 Dogwood Drivel at 2
p.m. Her pastor grandson. Re
Charles E Bradsha\\. Sr., offi-
ciated the ceremony.
SPallbearers were Johnny
Griffith, Alex Griffith. Scoitt
Griffith, Mark Mauldin, Mark
Glasgow, Charles Jr. "Buddy',
and Clint Bradsha\\ Honorar.
Pallbearers are James "Da\ id"
Thanes. Jr.. Jerri Snutha. tnd
James E. Jones.
Flowers appreciated or con-
tributions may be, made to
-.Mount -: Pleasant i. Baptist
Church. hll5 Doa ood Drine,
Milton. 32572.-


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Recanati's Italian Restaurant:


Milton's new

By OBIE CRAIN
Special Projects Writer

From Recanati's you won't
leave hungry! So from our
family to yours, mangiare,
bere, Va conteito! (Eat, drink,
and be happy!)

If you speak Italian, that's
magnifico!
If you don't, that's OK.
SEither way you'll feel right
at home at Recanati's Italian
Restaurant on Avalon Blvd. in
SMilton because they treat you
like family from the beginning.'
Recanati's is Milton's first
family st)le Italian restaurant,
-. and its owners and staff are
working overtime to be sure that
it measures up to their own
expectations. Their goal is to
bring to area diners the pride of
their own families. And each
traditional Italian dish placed on
their table for your eating enloy-
ment reflects that commitment.
Rather than- a commercial
-' ensure. the Recanati family and
their friends who ha\e joined
them to establish this new
Italian family style restaurant
consider it more of an exciting
adventure than anything else.
By rtheir.owh admission they
have, for generations. found
great pleasure in bringing fami-
IN and friends together, and
there's no better common
denominator than food and
mealtime to make it happen.
Located on A\alon Bl\d. at
Ibis Road. Recanati's is ideally
situated for lunch and dinner
guests. There's plenty of park-
ing, and your comfort is assured
in the remodeled and redecorat-
ed building. \\here special care
has been taken to create and
-::- promote an ambience that \\ill
enhance an enjoyable dining
experience
But while the physical com-
forts are important. It's the food
that u ill simply delight you
beyond comparison. If you'ree
familiar ith ethnic Italian cui-
sine. \ou ill be amazed. If you
aren't, you ha\e one of the
greatest thrills imaginable \ait-
ing.just exploring the menu and
tr ine to decide \which of the
lastX dishes \ou would prefer.
It's not eas3 but it's such fun!
'* ~ Spaghetti or Penne Pasta.
Ravioli. Lasagna ila\ered
., lasagna noodles filled with
.. ncotta and mozzarella cheeses
Sand Recanati's o\wn homemade
Seat sauce i. or Manicotti. made
%i ith "Mom_'s" special recipe for
homemade pasta crepes filled
S\\th rncotta and mozzarella
cheeses. That's Italian!
It would be presumptuous
Sto describe the whole menu. but



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Housing Reco\ er Program (t
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non-profit organizations i. Coi
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during all or a portion of the a
HHRP contract period ianticip

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S.will give fund allocation to pri
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Zone, and other such areas tar,

The successful proposal from
families in need of low' cost ho
homes. The primarily focus of
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Therefore, the County reserve,
individuals builder/developer
Builders/developers who have
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"Home ofFami

the appetizers, soups, salads.
subs, and sides will certainlI
engage and hold your interest
until you're ready for the even
more extraordinary entrees.
Does Chicken or Eggplant
Parmigiana, Meatloaf Italiano.
or Fettuccine Alfredo sound
tempting? Ho\\ about Fettuccine
Alfredo with the familN's own
butter and cheese sauce, w\ith
maybe Chicken or Shrimp
added.
Another classic favorite is
listed on the menu as Sausage.
Peppers, and Onions. It's Italian
sausage, bell peppers, and
onions served atop penne pasta
mixed \with their own home-
made sauce and mozzarella.
And for those w ho just have
to have that Southern seafood
touch, there's Spaghetti with
Clam Sauce made w ith
Spaghetti mixed with a classic
recipe for clam sauce, or as pre-
%iousl mentioned. Fetruccine
Alfredo \w ith Shrimp.
And of course there's no end
to the usual soft drinks, iced tea.
lemonade, coffee, hot chocolate.
or'Gourmet Coffee or Mocha.
Rest assured that 100c purified
\\ater is always complimentary) !
After *ou've enjoyed your
main course it will be time to
consider a dessert of Cannoli
IS\Seet cheese filled shells
ser ed with powdered sugar.
Tiramisu iRum and espresso
soaked lad fingers layered w ith
custard, topped \with hipped
cream and po\\dered cocoal. or
traditional choices of cake. pie.
sherbert. or ice cream.
Another feature that's part
of your comfortable, laid-back,
eating enjoyment is the style in
\which it is served. At Recanati's
Italian Restaurant, they take
their promise of "Home of
Family Style Dining" seriously.
If by chance \ou accidentally
happen to ha\e to have your
meal by yourself, you'll enjoy
the portions the\ bring to your
table. But their meals are pre-
pared \\ith your family and
friends in mind. too.
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THE RECANATI FAMILY. NOW THAT'S ITALIAN!-The Recanali Familb and their close friends whom in Italian
culture are considered "family", too, include Deborah Grzesiak; Mark Rohling; grandson Sergio Recanali;
son Tony Recanali; daughter JoAnne Georg; daughter Calhi Ellis; and the senior Mr. Recanali, Sergio "Sam"
Recanali. If you're interested in aulhenlic Italian cuisine, you'll find it at Recanati's Family Restaurant located
at 3974 Avalon Blvd. in Southwest Milton, where you're treated like family and where they assure you quali-
ty meals at affordable prices. (Photo by Obie Crain.)


brought to your table for your
ow\n personalized serving st le.
And when those large and
attractive bowls and platters
reach the table sizzling \with
their tantalizing aromas, you'll
think Nou're still back at home!
Of course that's the way the
Recanati Fanmil \\ants you to
feel. That's \why the\ go out of
their %\a\ to make sure you'll
ne\er be a stranger again.
When each new customer
leaves their dining room. the
Recanati family likes to think
they've made a new\ confidant
and enlarged their circle of
friends, a group which they
consider one of their biggest
assets.
It \will probably take more
than one \isit to Recanati's
Italian Restaurant to meet the
\whole family, and their close
associates whom the\ consider
familyh". too. You see. tradi-
tionallN. in Italian culture close
friends are considered family as
well. There's three generations
of them. Sergio "Sam" Recanaut


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EST FOR PROPOSALS
ed funding appro al for participation in the Florida Hurricane
-IHRP.i as governed b% Chapter 420. Florida Stautes and Flonda
ie Counrx is requesting proposals from qualified, local 501(c i I3
mmunit[ Housing Development Organzaztons ICHDOi. or for.
lopers interested in implementing the follow ing HHRP act\iti\
ancipated HHRP acti ry during all or a portion of the anticipated
.ated to be 9 1 2005 3-31'20081 ,

sing Construction/Developnent Initiative
y limited to targeted areas, this initiative is primarily designed and
oposals that ill stimulate scattered site affordable housing.
d local Commnunit Redevelopment areas. the Milton Enterprise
geted by the Santa Rosa County.

an organization will include the identification of lower income
omeownership housing; complete 'documentation of low cost
this initiative will be to target families with incomes below 80% of
sired minimum of 50% of the newly constructed homes will be sold
w 30% of the area median income. Detailed proposed selection
guest.

\ to documented Santa Rosa Count\ including the municipalities
victims of Hurricane I; an or Dennis. including those families resid-
rary housing.

'funding provided to the County is performance based. Evaluation
ence of the agency in constructing affordable housing; commitment
ge for HHRP dollars; capacity of the agency to enter a legal binding
oals for completed housing in relation to HHRP funds requested.
s the right to limit initial builder/developer awards and/or to.base
awards upon prior performance by each builder/developer.
no prior experience with Santa Rosa affordable housing programs
elopment of one unit at a time until capacity is demonstrated.

act will' include provisions mandating compliance with Construction
npatibility Standards as formally established by Santa Rosa County
Jay, Milton, or Gulf Breeze as a threshold for the receipt of HHRP


ge delineating the submission requirements, limitations, priorities,
for this solicitation is available electronically on request by con-


mrail or hand delivery before 2:00 P.M.. CST Friday. March
regional Planning Council, Santa Rosa County Hurricane Housing
O. Box 9759, Pensacola, Florida 32513-9759, or hand deliver to
sacola, Florida 32503.

contact Kevin Wagner, West Florida Regional Planning Council, |
-8910, x 232 or email: wagnerk@wfrpc,dst.fl.us.
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of course is the senior member
who is really a likeable fellosi.
His son Tons Recanati. and
Tony's son Sergio Recanati both
work at the restaurant them-
selves. If you're not familiar
with Italian tradition. you ma\
not kno\., but the first born son
is always named after his grand-
father. And that's ho\\ young
, Sergio came by his name!
Cath\ IRecanatii Ellis and
husband Jerry. and JoAnne
Georg and husband Richard
round out the immediate
Recanati Italian family, but
Fran Rohling and her husband
Mark and Deborah Grzesiak are
really just as close as kin it
seems.
"Another tradition in Italian
culture is that close friends are
considered family, too." Tony
explained. Cathy and Jerry's
daughter. Jennie, and Mark and
Fran Rohling's son. Chris.
became engaged at the
'Restaurant on Valentine's Da\.
"That makes us real family,"
Tony said. "That's what we are.
just one big. happy family, and
we're all in this together"
,Recanat's Family
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Restaurant is consenientnl open
for lunch Monday. Tuesday.and
Wednesday from 11 a.m. until


p.m. Thursday and Friday the
hours arell a.m. to 9 p.m., and
on Saturday only dinner is
served from 4 p.m. until 9 p.m.
But.for the discriminating diner
who wishes to "eat out" after
church on Sunday, the restau-
rant opens at II a.m. and
remains open until 7 p.m.
Customers also have the
option of calling ahead or fax-
ing their orders for carry-out
service from the Pickup "%in-
dow. If you drive, stop at 3974
Avalon Blvd. at the intersection
of Ibis Blvd. If you would pre-
fer to call ahead you may do so
at (850) 623-8666. If .ou wish
to FAX your order, you can do
. so at their FAX number which
is (850) 626-5729.
"Italians are famous for the
abundance of food served at
Smealtime, and as Italians we
wish to liBe up to that reputa-
tion." Tony continued. "Our
pledge to you is the best quality
at a reasonable price, and our
family thanks you for giving us
the opportunity to serve you."
From their familN to yours:
"We're looking forward to
meeting you!"


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And everything in between including steel roofing
and siding, purlins and trim, and all the accessories.
They're manufacturer direct, too.


NOTICE OF CHANGE OF LAND USE

AND INTENT TO CONSIDER AN ORDINANCE

The Santa Rosa County Local Planning Board and Board of County Commissioners will conduct
public hearings to consider a change of land use and/or rezoning of land areas depicted on the maps
within this advertisement. The hearings are scheduled as follows:

Local Planning Board (to consider and make a recommendation on the proposals):
Thursday.. tMarch 9. 2(006 at 6:00 p.m.

Board of County Commissioners (to consider adoption of the ordinance):
Thursday. AMarch 2.. 2006 at 6:00 p in.

SBoth meetings will be held at the Santa Rosa County Administrative Center in the Board Meeting
Room, 6495 Caroline Street, Milton, Florida. At the public hearings, the Local Planning Board and :
Board of County Commissioners shall consider the ordinance entitled:

AN ORDINANCE RELATING TO S.A-NT. ROS.A COL TI, FLORIDA; AMENDING
ORDINANCE 91-24 AS AMENDED; CHANGING G THE ZONING DISTRICTS AS
DEPICTED IN THE ATTACHED MA.PS: .PPRO IANG THE AMENDMENTS TO THE
OFFICIAL ZONING MAP OF THE LAND DEi 'ELOPME.NTCODE AS DEPICTED
IN THE ATTACHED MAPS: AND PROVIDING FOR AL EFFECTIVE DATE.




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Residential District) to R2 (Medium Density Resich2tial S3rdivisicn Disjti:'to RIA (Single Faidly
Residential) total approximately 1.91 acres Reichitial Dislb t) .23 ars

The proposedordinance and maps may be inspected by the public prior to the above scheduled meetings at the Santa
Rosa County Planning Department, 6051 Old0Bagdad Highway, Milton, Florida. Interested parties may appear at the
meetings and be heard with respect to this proposed ordinance. All interested parties should take notice that if they
decide to appeal any decision made by the Santa Rosa County Board of County Commissioners with respect to any mat-
ter coming before said Board at said meeting, it is their individual responsibility to insure that a record of proceedings
they are appealing exists and for such purpose they will need to insure that a verbatim record of the proceedings is
made, which record shall include the testimony and the evidence upon which their appeal, is to be based.

Santa Rosa County adheres to the Americans with Disabilities Act and will make reasonable modifications for access to
this meeting upon request. Please call Santa Rosa County Planning, Zoning and Development Division at (850) 981-
7075 or (850) 939-1259 to make a request. For Hearing-Impaired, 1-800-955-8770 (Voice). Requests must be received
at least 48 hours in advance of the meeting in order to provide the requested service.


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WEDNESDAY

February 22, 2006

Section C


SHawk

iTales
by Kaiitlyn Pace
; Ten year old Kaitlyn Pace is
: ireparing Hawk, a 17-week
: old "Goldador" puppy to be a
S-.-guide dog. She's chronicling
Hawk's progress for Spotlight
-::and here, shares some high-
:' ights from "Puppy
S K'*Kindergarten."
It takes many people and
*- -many hours of volunteer work
-to raise a successful Guide
::Dog.
:: The local Pensacola Region
::Puppy Raiser group of
.Southeastern Guide Dogs, Inc.
has people from- Alabama,
'Mississippi, Southern
-Louisiana and Florida as
members.
SPuppy Raisers are people
;who love dogs and want to
h felp others
Puppy Raisers meet weekly
:-for a few months after the new
*->puppies. arrive for what is
::called "Pupp) Kindergarten."'
During these meetings basic
: ;'obedience training is taught.
S Ha\~k has learned the com-
:mands *"No," "Sit." "Down."
". : Come." "Forward." "Sit-
s :tay," "Come," '."Stand'
:"Heel," and "O.K."
He is now being taught the
---ommands. "Do'i n-Under,"
: -Left," "Right," and "Right-
-':-.+.jabout."
He obeys these commands
most of the time, but being a
.puppy, there are times he'd
rather be playing or sleeping!
-';: Puppy Raiser meetings
I- include outings to expose the
Puppies to new places and sit-
u:ations.
S Ha\k has been to an Assisted
: -;Li ing Facility in Pensacola to
y.-visit the residents. Being there
-helps him be comfortable
-- around elderly people -and
%% heelchairs
There are future outings
planned to nursing homes, ice
:- rinks, restaurants, and outings
to expose the puppies to dif-
ferent forms of transportation
such as airplanes, buses and
trolleys.
Next week I will tell you
:-about some of the other
-,groups of people who are
.' important to the Guide Dog
-,:-p:rogram and what they do to
Help puppies prepare for their
: future jobs.

S Lookfor updates on Hawk's
-.,progress in upcoming editions
of Spotlight


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offices at 6629

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Bank)


rts Festival showcases local talent!


Santa Rosa students, parents,
grandparents and friends visit-
ed last weekend's Santa Rosa
Arts and Culture Foundation
Youth Arts Festival at
Pensacola Junior College
Milton Campus.
One hundred twent\-seven
entries were received for the
poster 'contest...tht .grand
prize went to Hillar Smith of
Jay High School. Her art
teacher is Teresa Hendricks.
Runners-up included: 1st
runner-up, Sam Godwin, Pace
High School, teacher Julia
Bragg; 2nd runner-up, Sheila
McCabe, Navarre High
School, teacher Julia
Stapleton; .3rd runner-up,
Miranda Knott, Central High
School, teacher Nancy Aiken:
and 4th runner-up, Kristin
Rast, Navarre High School,
teacher Julia Stapleton.
Honorable Mentions were:
Rachel Patten, Danielle Delph
and Amy Harrod, Pace High
School, teacher Julia Bragg:
Kelsey Campbell, Gulf Breeze
High School, teacher Kelly
Strozier: and Levi Blackmon
and Kenneth Keck. Jay High
School, teacher Teresa'
Hendricks.
On Saturday, : visitors
enjoyed the music and dance
of fite "Artists in Residence,"
thanks to a special grant from
the Great Gulfcoast Arts
Festival They included: the
Pensacola Symphony
"Instrument, Petting Zoo,"
Brett Barrow, director; Hobbs
6th Grade Band, Charles
Samuel, director: West
Nav arre Elementary Navigator
Chorus, Truman Hartzog,
director: Emerald Coast
School of Traditional Irish
Dance, Marilyn Vieria, direc-
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Poster Contest Winner. by Hillary Snuth. A young musician fid-
dles below left),Award of E\cellence ribbon: Lindse) Lauber,
Navarre High School (below right)


tor; and Milton High School
Dance, Beth Duprey, director.
Organizers thanked every-
one who attended this very
important event for the stu-
dents of Santa Rosa County
and gave a special thank Nou to
the Milton High School,
NJROTC, and all the art teach-
ers in Santa Rosa County for
their \ willingness to participate,
deliver, hang and pick up their
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students' works of art, and for
their passion of the arts.
A list of middle and high
school visual arts placings fol-
lows...
Creative writing winners
Will be for\warded upon com-
pletion of judging.


HIGH SCHOOL:
Best of Show High
Dawnyele Stapleton,
High School


Gulf Breeze HS; Second
Place: Heidi Van Valkenburg,
Gulf Breeze HS; Third Place:
Yan Chi Sun, Navarre HS;
Honorable Mention: Kelsey
Campbell, Gulf Breeze HS
and Devyn Brewer, Pace HS

Pencil.Drawing:
First Place: Lindsey Lauber,
Navarre HS; Second Place:
Aaron Strachan, Pace HS,
Third Place: Jazzmyn
Howington, 'Navarre HS;
Honorable Mention. Benjamin
Tyler, Navarre HS

Pastels:
First Place Nancy Cooe.',
Gulf Breeze HS; Second
Place: Alisha Scott. Gulf
Breeze HS: Third Place:
Meredith Fairchild. Gulf
Breeze HS: Honorable
Mention: Heather Eakes.
Central HS

lixed Media:
First Place: April Hamilton.
Na\arre HS; Second Place:
Kita Wagner, Pace HS: Third
Place: Dainielle Delph. Pace
HS;- Honorable Mention:
Hakeen \\Wnder, Milton HS

Pottery:
First Place: Da\nyele
Stapleton. Navarre HS;
Second Place: Heidi Medina,
Pace HS: Third Place: Jesse
Hill, Navarre HS; Honorable
Mention:, Mark Anderson,
Gulf Breeze HS; Christine
Howard, Navarre HS; and


Jake Bradley, Pace HS

Batik:
First Place: Lindsey Lauber,
Navarre HS; Second Place:
Danielle White, Navarre HS:
Third Place: Meghan Wheeler,
Pace.HS; Honorable Mention:
Chelsie Miller, Navarre HS

Sculpture:
First .Place: Alicia .Paschall,
Navarre HS; Second Place:
Dawnyele Stapleton, Navarre
'HS; Third Place: Daniel
Buono, Na arre HS;
Honorable Mention: Sara
Kell'. Gulf Breeze HS
Recycled Art:
First Place: Kevin Kie, Pace
HS: Second Place: Kristopher
Alascia, Milton HS

Photograph :
First Place: Jarrod Goldman,
Navarre HS; Second Place:
Brittany. Urnick. Jay HS:
Third Place: Adam Bondurant.
Central HS; Honorable
Mention: Amy Harrod, Pace
HS

Digital Photographs:
First Place: Amy Harrod. Pace
HS: Second Place:Rachel
Burhart, Pace HS: Third
Place: AinsleyCooper, Pace
SHS; Honorable Mention: April
Hamilton, NaVarre HS

more art andi ie rest of the
list of awardees in the ict
issue ofSpotlight...


School:
Navarre


Santa Rosa Arts and Culture
Foundation Aw\ard of
Excellence: Lindsey Lauber.
Navarre High School

Oil Painting/Acrylics:
First Place. Sara
Russenberger. Gulf Breeze
HS: Second Place: Franchesca
Winters. Navarre HS: Third
Place: Jenna Thorpe. Gulf
Breeze HS: Honorable
Mention. Jen Kollai. Na\arre


HS
First Plao.
First Place.


Julia Fairchild.


..Connect!


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Children Mardi
Gras Walk
The Blackwater Heritage
Trail's Children's Mardi Gras
Walk happens this Saturday. 9
a.m. to Noon.
Registration begins at Milton
City Hall
The Parade runs along the Trail
from Cit\ Hall to the Alamaba
St. Visitors Center.
There. kids can enter a cos-
tume contest and enjoy refresh-
ments.
For more infonnation, contact
the Blackwater Heritage Trail
Visitor Center at 983-5338.
Email
Mike.Diano@dep state.l.us


Liftoff! Starbase Atlantis students left I atch as rockets a:c sk', -
w ard. Starbase \tlantis instructor Richard McKenzie iabole show\ n
with granddaughter Sidney McKenzie. .'. ho graduated % ith Ms
Phillips' class. T-minus Fi\e: The class lines up for a miLu shot
before launching rockets.
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NIs. Phillips' fifth grade class at Berr hill Elementary graduated
from Starbase Atlantis with a bang last week. Students launched
Star Cruiser rockets into NAS Whiting Field's clear skies as their
final Starbase project. During the fi\e-day program. engineers-in-
training learn to build and fl\ the mini-missiles. The rockets are
powered with a solid fuel pack and a 6 \olt dry cell battery, and
travel 600 to 800 feet in less than 4 seconds, upon blastoff. One
challenge all successful\ mastered \\as avoiding Whiting's tree-
line. Although the airfield lost about 180 trees to last year's storms.
there are still plenty lurking about to snag the stray rocket.


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The season is moving right
: along, with %winter expected to
make its exit at midnight on March
-" 19th. And despite the 25-degree
nightly temperatures we had a cou-
ple of weeks ago. I think it has
been a rather mild % inter.
The daffodils are up. smiling
Beautifully, and the camellias ha\e
S negotiated the cold rather well. But
S three of the ported palms on my
S pato ma\ not hate made it. I can't
S say for sure until they have had
*: time to recuperate. but the foliage
S that's left looks a little to soft to be
hardy. NM, neighbor. Shells. and 1
keep close tabs on them, but I'm
afraid we both ha\e our on indi-
dual ideas whether they'll reco\-
er or not.
u \hle I'm no farmer, i do
believe i" e heard that potatoes and
S. maybe some other vegetables
s'-' should be planted on Valentine's
Da\ That being the case. I would
S. imagne man;, of us have already ,
started our gardens "ell. I've
about gien up on everything but
some perennials that I culrtmate late
in the spring But I do think plants
pro% ide a health:, en\ ironmeni. and
S maintarinng then pro\ ides me \i !th
an outside, recreational acmivit-
that most anyone would consider
S respectable and % north" hile
Not thai I need more things to
S do. necessanl, Sometimes I ha\e
more than [ think I can adequatelN
discharge, but there are interludes
that mai. these iasks easier to han-
die.


I recenil', had the pleasure of a
lengthN inter-,ie% w\ith First
Assembi', of God Church Pastor
Fred Rogers. He is really a won-
derful person, aside from his miin-
istri. I did not know until then that
his actual spiritual commitment
began at the age of 15 and has
never watered I found bhm keeniil
intelligent wlth a practical sense of
humor, the key. I suppose, that
unlocks his popularity vith his
conrregation. B\ this time he may
hae already returned from his trip
to Nicaragua that he was prepanng
for at the time of the inter- ie,. I
hope he had a good trip.
SAnother interesting person
i'hom i1 enloed visiting with
recently, }i as Linda Carden, Town
Clerk of Jay The small town envi-
ronment \\here she works makes
her job e\er, more demanding. but
1 must say she's handling it well
She ill obsern e her 30th anniver-
sat;, in the .position come, this
October. I thank both her and
SBrother Fred Rogers for the
PRIME time the,, spent w !th me'
The Sacred Heart NMssion in
Motion program paid a \isit to"
Harold recently, and I stopped b:,
to .ee a hat the:, had to offer The
screenings for chole,,terol. dij-
bees. blood pressure, and anemia
v cih l he. offered vc re complete
and e-iaciine, and I Wiant to take
this opportunity thank them for:
their outreach as well. The resi-.
dents of the community are better
off for it.
As a matter of fact this'year
has gotten off to a good starting a
lot of directions The economy is'
good (except for the continued
high price of gasoline and a few
incidentials like that), public
morale is gaining strength after the
hurricanes' damage, and yes, the
Interstate 10 bridge over Escambia
Bay is beginning to look like, a
bridge again, even though just in
skeleton form.
I know it's hard to envision the
spring "thaw" this early in the sea-
son, but there are a few little tell-
tale signs of changes taking place.
New, green grass has already
begun to cover the ground in
places, and it's getting to be day-
light a lot earlier! Even with three
more weeks of winter, I believe
we'll make it to spring OK.
Meanwhile, take care, and tar-
get some activity that will bring
some happiness and joy into your
very own life. You deserve it!


Week of April 4-9


Santa Rosa County Fair coming'


to new fairgrounds location in


East Milton Recreation Park


FLORIDA'S FINE, BUT MICHIGAN'S HOMIE-Mrs. Ruth Martin
from Kalamazoo. Michigan told her son Nlike Martin good-bye
recently and returned home after spending a two-week midwinter
Vacation "ith him and Shelly at their home on Goodrange Dri\e in the
Harold Community. The first few hours of her %isit were a little hec-
tic Januar) 23rd when her arriving flight, scheduled for Pensacola
Regional Airport, was diverted to the Okaloosa County Airport at
Eglin Air Force Base in Ft. Walton Beach. But she took it all in stride
and said her first trip to Florida proved to be as exciting as she had
anticipated, and that she had a wonderful time. The flowers "ere a lit-
tle late, but she loved them anyway! She met a lot of people, made
some new friends, and is looking forward to another \isit whenever
the opportunity presents itself. By the time she was read to lea\e. her
itinerary had straightened itself out. and she "as able to board her
flight at Pensacola Regional. Mike and Shelli say she's welcome to
drop in anytime! (Photo by Obie Crain.)


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


It seems that all of us old timers share a common interest An\ time a
fev. of us meet up in common meeting areas like waittng rooms or what
not. and start a conversation, we seem to always be able to share memo-
ries of people and things from the past that we ha\e in common. things that
we all knew. although we ne\er knew each other.
This helps to expand our knowledge about these common things 1
know people younger than we are get tired of"the good old dai s." but their,
time will come!
I was in the \\anitng room on the fifth floor at Sacred Heart Hospital
last %week and met and talked with a lads from Milton. It was Mrs. Bernice
hill. and I found out that she knew everybod\ I knew in Mllton back about
1952 (She might have known two or three that I didn't know!)
It's strange how certain things stick in our memory like the klakat~ -
klak sound on the old wooden bridge that crossed the Blackv. after and the
train whistle as it came across the rn\er. It makes me think about ihe old
timers that used to gather at the Exchange Grill about 4 o'clock in the
morning, talking about all the past and cunng all the problems of today,
The\ had all the answers.
I \,as there because 1 ,as w working, delii ering bread The%\ eere there
b\ choice. I'd watch them. know ing they could be home in bed, thinking
the\ surely must be short a marble or two: Now:I know what the younger,
people think \when the\ see us at Hardee's. I guess it's m. time, and I bet
Ben remembers this. too.
Mrs Hill was at Sacred visitingg her brother. \ gilbert Rile\' and I was
there for mn daughter. Robbie. whho was in her fourth \\eek there But she'
doing fine now.
Having people to talk with and a good cup of coffee sure did ease the
tension. It served as a temporary. escape from real'it,. an escape from tihe
tough old days when things %were good to the good old da:,s hlien things
were tough : ..
We missed Valentine's Day, but I do ha\e some obser atlons that i'd
like Io share \%ith you. I wondered d what to get mT, ',ife for that special
valentine'ss Dav A fe\cw ears ago we had decided to be practical and get
each other something useful, a routine that worked out fairly, '.'.ell foit a
while.
She got me a pair of socks with a nice alentuie. and tlis iwas good. I
got her something for the kitchen and a valentine, and she \ as happy The
next year I realized that she loved a neat \ard. and n mo~ er %was bout
shot, so I got her a new mower and a valentine.
She wasn't so jubilant about it. In fact, I don't think she e, er used that
mower even one time.
So I decided to rethink this situation the next year. I got her new hedge
clippers, and although she never did use them, she x as happy, I was sure
then that I had found the right combination. Last year I got her a vacuum
cleaner, and she was very happy. She does use it, and I know now that this
idea about being practical does work.
By the way, the combination that I found worked best was a box of
Whitman's best sampler with a dozen roses with a valentine attached. It
works great. Just remember, next year, don't be called out on a strike ...
go down swinging!



Property appraiser extends hours

Santa Rosa County Property Appraiser Greg Brown will contin-
ue Saturday office hours from 9 a.m. until Noon at both his Milton
and Midway offices through February 25th.
These extended hours will be in addition to regular hours to
assist in exemption filing for homestead exemption, senior citizen
exemption, disability exemptions,.and agricultural classification.
The Property Appraiser began these extended hours earlier this
year on January 7th. Regular office hours are 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
Monday thru Friday.
For additional information call his office at (850) 983-1880 or
(850) 934-8175.You may also access his website at www.srcpa.org.


Within just a few weeks now,
April'4 -9, the Santa Rosa Count
Fair will be holding its annual pub-
lic outing at its new location in the
East Milton Recreation Park at the
intersection of Highw\ay 90 and
Highway 87.
Coordinated b) community
volunteers the old-fashioned fami-
ly fair offers guests a chance to
enjoy rides, food. rodeo, entertain-
ment, and exhibits in a \ holesome.
nonalcoholic environment.
The fair opens at 5 p.m.
Tuesday through Friday and at
noon on the weekend.
The midway can be enjoyed
daily with the purchase of arm-
bands for unlimited rides. O\er 24
amusement rides and attractions
will be available for all ages
Games and vendors ;wll round out
the ground attracnons.
Visitors can enjo, the usual
delicious foods offered at most
area festivals while the\ roam the
grounds, checking out the exhibits.
petting zoo. grounds acts, and
nightly areana events.
In addition to local talent.
Kachunga & the Alligator Sliho.
\bite Tigers of India. The
Kaboodlestoppers. Tuff', the
Horse, and professional rodeo nd-
ers and barrel racers 'dill be enter-
taining &he crowds as part of the
general admission offerings
Exhibits "ill include student
fine art. phoiograplh., coimmunuu
exhibits. livestock, --H, horticul-
rure. handicrafts. canned foods.


and school displays. Special events
such as the Mother of the Year con-
test. Exceptional Riders Roundup,
and Aunt Bee's Perfect Pickle
Contest help round out the pro-
gram.
Several nights feature a
themed admission discount, such as
Family Night and Handicapped
Night (Tuesday. April 4th), Helping
the Hungrn Night Icanned goods
donation). Military Night and
Senior Citizen Night (Wednesday,.
April 5thi. and Student Night
(Thursday, april 6th).
Details about the fair's prices,
discounts, directions, and calendar
can be found at its website
iw\v\ .santarosacounty fair.org) or
by calling (850i 623-1115
The Santa Rosa Count3 Fair
was rev\ied in 1992 after a half


cenrur,.y with no counts fair. The
process began b) advertising for
volunteerss to create a counts fair
for Santa Rosa Count.
Volunteers are. to this da., the
backbone of the Santa Rosa County
Fair. For II sears the Fair %was held
at the Industnal Park in East mil-
ton. This is the second year the fair
\will be located at the East Milton
Recreation Park.
The Park has permanent and
expanded facilities available..
which h allows for exhibits to be
untouched by unfavorable weather-
conditions, and more room to facil-
itate education and entertainment.
The goal of the Fair Board arid
its volunteerss is to be provide citi-
zens with a famjli onented oid
fashioned country fair. The board
has been in existence for 14 year..


You make the fair what it is!
The 2006 Santa Rosa County Fair Exhibit Guide booklets are non'
available online to all persons and organizations wbo mitbt be inter-.
ested in entering an exhibit in this year's far. Dates are April 4-I at the.
East milton Recreation Park
Categories of comperihon outlined in the guide include exhibit
booths community, school. 4-H. youth groups. government agencies.
commercial), handicrafts, livestock. and canned goods These con-
tests are open to anyone of any age. There is no fee to enter, and cash
prizes and ribbons will be awarded in most contests
The exhibit guides are available on line at the Fair's \eb site
I ww.santarosacount) fair.crg' There you can also find other inffor-
mation about happenings at the fair.
'" ou're 'ivied to gel mi.ol\tU and sho\\ ihe ,,d things hai are
happening in Sarita Rosa Codurt'. volunteers to '.ork at the fair re
welcomed. Call 623-1115 for details
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AARP Tax Aide sites now open in Santa Rosa


beginning the first of this
month and continuing through
April 17,- 2006.. RP Tax Aide
sites ai-e open in Escambia and
Santa Rosa counties.
Locations in Santa Rosa
Count\ include A\ alon Beach Fire
Department Mondays and
Wednesday from 9 a.m. until 1I
p.m: Milton Librard on Tuesdays


and Thursdays from 9 a in. until I
p.m.: Gulf Breeze library, on
Tuesday s Wednesday s. and
ThursdaNs from 9 a m until I p.m.:
and at the Na\arre Library on
Thursday and Fridays from 9 a.m.
until I p m
.AARP Tax Aide is an all vol-
unteer program sponsored b:, the
AARP Foundation and the.iRS


w ith a goal of providing free tax
counsehng, tax preparation, and E-
Filing for the target clients.
The Tax Aide volunteerss are
certified to assist taxpayers of low.
and middle income with reason-
abl:, sitraightforv.ard tax returns
Reser\auons are not required
Clients are served on a first come.
first ser ed basis.


owned as a homestead by a veteran
who was' honorably discharged
vith a service-coniected and total
disability is exempt from taxation,
proxy ided the veteran is a perma-
nent resident of the state on
January 1 of the tax year in ques-.
tion
Evidence must be presented
by way of a letter from the United
States Government or VA to', sub-
stantiate the claim.
Presentation of such a letter by
a veterai'otr a surviving spouse to
the property appraiser of the coun-
ty in v\iinch property) of the \Leteran
lies shall be prma facie evidence
of the fact that the veteran or the
surn ik ing spouse is entitled to such
an exemption.
In: the event the totally and'
permanently disabled veteran pre-
deceases his or her spouse, and
upon the death of the veteran the
spouse holds the legal or beneficial
title to the homestead and perma-
nently resides there, the exemption
will carry over to the spouse until
such time ps he or she remarries or
sells or otherwise disposes of the
property.
However, if the spouse sells
the property, an exemption not to
exceed the amount granted from
the most recent ad valorem tax roll
may be transferred to his or her
new residence. This remains effec-
tive as long as it is used as his or
her primary residence and he or she
does not remarry.
Veterans who are paraplegic,
hemiplegic, permanently and total-
ly disabled, who must use a wheel-
chair for mobility, or are legally
blind are exempt from the real
estate taxation if gross annual
household income does not exceed


The veteran must be a resident
of the State of Florida to qualify'
Certificate of such disabiltr from
t\ o licensed doctors of this state or
from the VA or an award letter from
the Social Security Administration
to the property. appraiser is prima
faciee e idence of entitlement to
such an exemption
Other rules apple, to bomestead
exemption (.10',.to 10\i .' but not
permanent in nature Eligible Ceter-
ans with service-connected disabil-


tled to a $l5.ii0ui propCrrTy tax exemp- -
tion. To qualify for homestead'*-
exemption a veteran must be- a-
bonafide resident of the state.
ErC'r person uho is entitled to
homestead exemption in this state;
and who is serving in any branch of
,the Armed Forces of the United-:
States, may file a claim for home- "
stead exemption Servicemen
unable to file in person ma,, file
through next of kin or duly author-
ized representatives.


Month of May bringing bonuses!


A number of exciting things
are slated for the near future-the
month of May, 2006 to be exact.
Not only is May 'Older
Americans Month with various
activities planned for the county's
more experienced citizens, but it
will bring us this year's 8th Annual
Senior Expo & Health Fai:.
The date for the' 8th annual
Senior Expo and Health Fair has
been established for May 18, this
year.
Sponsored by the Santa Rosa
Medical Center and the Retired &
Senior Volunteer Program, the
Expo is expected to be the most


exciting one yet.
The event which will be held
at the East Milton Recreatioi
Center will begin at 8 a m. and
continue until 3 p.m.
Sponsorships remain avail-
able, and officials say that the new
location that will support greater
exposure and display areas making
it much more attractive for those
vendors who wish to take part in it.
Advertising opportunities'
include Senior Partner ($300);
Advertising Partner ($150) aid:
Business Cards ($100).
For details: Call (850) 983-;
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False rumor will have negative impact

Officials say false rumors hindering National

Personnel Records Center's performance


-.There is a false rumor circulat-
: ing on the Internet, in e-mails, and
among veteran service organiza-
tnons that Official Military
:Personnel Files at the National
Personnel Records Center, operat-
ed by the Nation5l Archijes and
Records Administratnon, \ill be
,digtized and then destroyed
S This rumor is not true.
'.*, ,.: Neither the Department of
Defense nor the National
Personnel Records Center intend
.to destroy. an\ Official Military'
,. Personnel Files stored at the center.
The purpose of an\ electronic
scanning would be to help present e
the originals and increase efficien-
cy in handling referenced requests.
: The National Archites and
'Records Administration preserves
'. and protects Official MilitarN
Personnel Files that %%ere nans-
'' ferred from the mjltar. service
Departments because they are per-
manently valuable records that
document the essential e% idence of
military serx ice for the veteranss of
our nation.
National Personnel Records
Center stores and ser- ices Ofticial
Military Personnel Files for
.retired. discharged, or deceased
military personnel.
The National Personnel
Records Center responds to
approximately 4.000 requests per-
laining to militarN records each
da.. totaling more than one million
requests each year. Man\ of those
S requests are for Separation
Documents (usually DD Form
214) and the Center answers the
Smajorir\ of ithuse iquuiies in ten


da s or less
Requests resulting from this
false rumor vsill hate a negative
impact on NPRC's ability to


respond to requests from veterans
%\ ith real immediate needs, such as
medical treatment, employment.
and retirement, etc.


Statewide senior legal helpline
launched by Dept. of Elder Affairs


Department of. Elder Affairs
Secretary Carole Green has
announced the kick-off of the
stateside Senior Legal Helpline.
The helpline is funded through a
r\\o-\ear federal grant from the
Adnunistratlon on Aging within the
L.S Department of Health and
Human Serxices in the amount of
$150.000
Ba\ Area Legal Sert ices. Inc..
of Tampa. in partnership \ith the
Department of Elder Affairs. has
de\ eloped the new toll-free
helpline to increase access to legal
advice and referrals for under
served Florida seniors.
"The Senior Legal Helphne is
a great resource for Florida's older
adults v.ho hase questions about
legal issues." said Secretar Green
"This helplme \\ill be a convenient
\say for seniors to get connected to
information, no matter where they
live tn the state "
"Our experience in running the
Legal Aid Line in, a five-county
area gi\es us valuable expertise in
developing a statewide legal
helpline." said Dick \oltmann.
executive director of Bay Area
Legal Sertices. "This grant \\ill
allow us to collaborate \sith the
man\ organizanons statewide that
pro\ ide kgal information and


By the V

Numbers...
EDWARD M. ROUSE, CPA
edward@timwheatcpa.com :.


There are some things the
IRS can tell you ... if you
don't already know!


Edward House


HovI do ',ot knov. \ihen a child is definitely our child?
Stop that I am talking about taxes.
Well if \ou ha- e an;, doubt hatsoet er the IRS has a sure fire defini-
'tion which \ll pro ide \?out \ith some le\el of comfort You must meet
S.all four of the follo\o ing dependence tests before Uncle Sugar \ ill recog-
nize ,our claim Recendl, these tests haje been re- ised -o make sure you
Squalif, for the appropnate benefits. If the regulationshave excluded your
".' claim in the past. ,ou ma quality, under the new rules.
Relationship Test
S Qualifying child must be \our child including an adopted child,
stepchild or eligible foster child. Also included as qualify ing under the
relationship test are: a brother, sister, stepbrother or stepsister. or a
S descendant of any such relai\e. An adopted child includes a legally
S adopted individual of the ta\pa ,er, or an indi dual ho is lawfully
placed ith the taxpayer for, adoption. The term eligible' oster child
means an individual who is placed with the taxpayer by-an authorized
placement agenc% or b\ judgment. decree or other court order
..Residencr Test
S Aquarli r ng child must live \i th \ou for more that one-half of the tax
S year. Temporary absences for such reasons as school, medical care,.vaca-
Stion, military service, ,or detention in a juvenile facility are considered time
Spent living with you. I know what you are thinking and the answer is no
I am not making this up. A child who was born or died during the year is
;considered to have lived with you for the entire year if your home was the
child's home forthe entire time he na as alie during the sIear. There are also
special'conditions for children of divorced or separated parents and chil-
Sdren who have been kidnapped. Dino I am not making this up hoer eer. it
is a sad comment on the world in which we live.
Age teSt
For purposes of .the Depepdency Exemption, the Earned Income
Credit and the Head of Hlousehold Status the child must be under the age
of 19 at the end of the yeai,'or, if a student, under the-age of 24 at the end
of the year. However, there is no age requirement if the child is perma-
nently and totally disabled. A student is defined as a child who, during any
five months of the year was enrolled full time at a school, or took a full
'time on-farm training. course given by a school or government agency.
1Technical, trade or mechanical schools qualify, but not correspondence
schools, night schools, or on-the-job training courses.
For purposes of the Child Tax Ciedit the child must be under the age
of 17 for the entire year and to meet the age test for the Credit for Child
and Dependent Care Expenses the child must be under the age of 13 for
' the entire year. If the child is permanently and totally disabled no age limit
applies.
aSuppori Test
A child cannot have provided over half of his own support.
The four tests above are the way you identify your child for the IRS.
So if your issue is with the IRS then just follow the tests and you will get
a positive result, but if your issue is not with the IRS then that is a differ-
ent matter.

(This article isfor general information purposes only, and is not intended to
provide professional tax advice. To determine how this or any other ax informa-
tion may apply to your specific tax situation, contact your tax professional for
More details and counsel.)


assistance.
The Senior Legal Helpline I1-
888895-7873) will enhance exist-
ing legal services programs pro-
vided through the federal Older
American Act. Currently. ci ll
legal assistance for the elderlN
available through these programs
aries throughout the state.
The Senior Legal Helpline
v.ill help identify\ and fill gaps in
legal services for seniors and pro-
\ ide high quality3 ser ices b, refer-
nng callers to appropriate legal
resources.
The federal grant will allow
for the development of a toll-free
telephone Itne and referral sern ices
to address legal questions regard-
ing housing, health care. fanmil.
la", employment advance direc-
tites. and many other issues.
Iriplementation of this pilot
project will continue during the
next t oo \ears.
Ba\ Area Legal Serx ices, Inc
developed and currently manages a
Regional legal helpline, the Legal
Aid Line. which serves five coun-
ties through local and toll-free tele-
phone numbers
The organization provides
screening, legal advice, and bnef
services to residents of
Hill-borough, Pinellas. Pasco.
Manatee, and Sarasota counties. In
2004 the Legal Aid Line screened
more than 52.000 calls.


You know you're a

BABY BOOMER if...

You were born between 1946 and 1964.
The Mickey Mouse Club once seemed like something that
would be cool to join.
You had friends s ho swore they were at W\oodstock, even
if they weren't.
You adored, or hated. El\is \a\ before he got pudgy and
\ore sequins.
You first noticed Jack Nicholson as a drunken Southern
lawhi er in "Easy Rider."
.You remember the jolt, as a child or teen, of learning about
a leader's assassination.
Cigarette ads on TV once seemed normal, except maybe -
."I'd rather fight than switch.' .
The first time you heard about Viemam. you weren't sure -
\ hat or \\here it was.
You were good at hula hoops, but nowhere near as good as
that other kid.
You knew someone at school eerily like "Leave It To
Beaver" wisegu) Eddie Haskell.


(Source: By David Crary, Associated
December 31, 2005 in Chicago Tribune.)


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ANTIQUE ROADSHOW MIATERIAL?-This "antique looking" art was rediscovered following
some minor damage done to the building where it was stored by hurricanes Ivan and then
Katrina. No one in the family can say where it came from or how long it has been around, but it
certainly outdates everyone w ho w as consulted about it. Perhaps it's a candidate for the Antique
Roadshoi that airs weekly on Public Television, if onl a segment could be staged nearby. Who
knows? Stranger and. more valuable artifacts have been found in the most unlikely places over
the bears, particularly) where they were least expected to surprise anyone. Valuable or not. this
art's owner is not likely to want to part with it now that it has been "rediscovered." although he
might seek out'someone with art credentials to look it oser. "just for the heck of it." If it should
turn out to be some rare jewel, rest assured that PRIME readers will be the first to know about
it! (Photo by Obie Crain.)


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A Bid for Excellence at

Escambia Christian
The Escambia Christian School 245 Brent Lane in Pensacola.
announces "A Bid for The menu will be Penne Pasta
Excellence" (dinner/silent &. Alfredb with saut6ed Chicken
live auctions' for Saturday, Medallions. Tossed salad and
March 4, at 6 p.m. Doors open seasoned green beans, bread-
to preview items at 5 p.m. sticks, tea, coffee. and for
Tickets are $15. This \ill be a dessert, Homemade stra berry
coat and tie affair. Dinner music shortcake.
will be provided by the' Call 433-8476 for reservations.
"Eclectic Echoes." All major sponsorship. or donation of
credit cards %\ill be accepted.: items or services. .
The Gateway Church of Christ
Family Life Center is located at

MILITARY

Price deployed for Operation Iraqi Freedom


\ir Force Captain
Gwendolyn L. Price is
Currently deployed over-
seas at a forward operat-.


. ing location in support of
Operation Iraqi Freedom.
Operation Iraqi Freedom
is the official name given
to military operations
-involving members of the
U.S. Armed Forces and
Coalition Forces partici-
pating in efforts to free
and secure Iraq. Mission
objectives focus on force
protection, peacekeeping.
stabilization, security and


counter-insurgency opera-
fions as the Iraqi transi-


t.- ional governing bodies
assume full sovereign
: .powers to govern the peo-
S :pies of Iraq.


Members from all branch-
es of the U.S. military and
multinational forces are
also assisting in rebuild-
ing Iraq's economic and
governmental infrastruc-
ture, and training and
preparing Iraqi military
and security forces to
assume full authority and
responsibility in defend-
ing and preserving Iraq's
sovereignty and indepen-
dence as a democracy.
Price. a clinical nurse with
ten years of military ser-
\ice. is normally assigned
to the 96th Medical
Operations Squadron,
Eglin Air Force Base,
Valparaiso, FL.
She is the daughter of
Bertha Larkins of


Changing the youth of

America one face at a time

True Grace Fellowship as an Associate Pastor at
Church, located at 5178 Andalusia, AL. They have
Willard Norris Road in special music planned to fea-
Milton, will be having Youth ture a combination of several
Revival February 24, Friday area youth ministries. For
night at 7 p.m. The theme will more information, call Matt
be "Changing the Youth of Gaines. Youth Pastor, at 623-
America One Face at a 4795.
.iTime!" Guest speaker will be
Rev. Kevin Bond. \ho serves


Four Faces of Revival...


Pastor Duke Barro\w will be the
speaker for a crusade being
held at True Grace Fellowship
Church Sunday. February 26
through Wednesday, March 1.
"The Four Faces of Revival"
are based on the scripture,
Ezekiel 1:10. Service times are
Sunday. 6 p.m. and Monday


Econfina Street. Milton.
FL and the late Eddie
Larkins.
The captain graduated in
1978 from Milton High
School. and received a
bachelor's degree in 1997
from the University of
South Alabama, Mobile.
AL.
Davis graduates BMT
Air Force Airman Ryan T.
Davis has graduated from basic
military training at Lackland
Air Force Base. San Antonio,
TX.
During the six weekss of train-
ing, the airman studied the Air


to


through Wednesday. at 7 p.m.
Special singing is scheduled for
each night. True Grace
Fellow ship Church is located at
5178 Willard Norris Road in
Milton. For more information,
please call Pastor Barro\w at
623-4795.


Force mission, organization.
and military customs and cour-
tesies; performed drill and cere-
mons marches, and received
physical training, rifle marks-
manship. field training exercise
s. and special training in human
relations.
In addition, airmen \\ho com-
plete basic training earn credits
toward an associate degree
through the Community
College of the Air Force.
He is the son of Tim Da\is of
TWin Lakes Lane, Destin. FL.
and Karen Davis of Creet
Circle, Navarre, FL.
The airman is a 2004 graduate
of Ft. Walton Beach High
School. Ft. Walton Beach. FL.


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....a weekly column answering your questions
with Biblical answers about life.
Dear Pastor Gallups, "I hear the terms 'adultery' and 'for-
nication' used as religious.terms all the time. I don't understand
what the difference is between them. Could you help me under-
stand this?" V.B. -Milton
Dear V.B.
The t o words are used to describe different types of sexu-
al immorality. Adultery is sexual intercourse or sexually
immoral acts between a married person and someone who is not
his or her mate. The Bible is very clear in its prohibition against
adultery. The Ten Commandments (Exodus 20:14) declare
"Thou shalt not commit adultery". Throughout the scriptures in
the Old and New\ Testaments. adulery is denounced by God as
a clear violation of His Word and,.way. '
The reason for God's commandments against adultery is
simple; marriage is the foundation and cornerstone of civilized
society. Casual sex outside of the marriage relationship destroys
the bond, trust and unity that marriage is designed to create and
maintain. There are strong physical. mental, emotional, societal
and spiritual consequences to adultery..
Fornication is sex betw een tw\o unmarried people. Our cul-
ture seems to condone this \with no problem these days.
However. God has not changed His mind on this matter! The
Bible declares that this is sin against the body itself and God
personally. The Bible warns us to flee from all such sexual sin.
(1 Corinthians 6:18-19) Another important point must be made
here.
There are many that profess to be Christians but live in all
manner of sexual sin. (Pornography. fornicauon. adultery.
homosexuality, etc) The\ must be warned that the Bible makes
clear (1 Corinthians 6:9-10 and many other cross-referencesj
that such a person TILL NOT inherit the Kingdom of God. In
other words. V.B.. if a person is claiming to be a Christian but
living in sexual sin. the\ in fact do not belong to God and w ill
not enter heaven should the\ die in their sin!
This is a very important Biblical point that is not spoken of
much in our churches and pulpits in this permissive society) that
we li\e in. V.B.. I hope this helps you. I pray that YOU are stay -
ing pure before the Lord Jesus in this \ern important area of
your life. I know that the Lord highlN honors those who honor
Him with their bodies!
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February 22, 20 0WD US DA Y Secton


Sports
." ,ae


ba c pitch, player pitch

Registration will be every



Saturday from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.,
Cost for registration is $65
for the first child adn a $5 dis-
count for eway at E. Child.
The E ast Milton Youth
-Association baseball and softball
season is approaching offering T-
directions coach pitch, player pitch




tor' Bryan Hutchinson at 626-
4617, Dan Melvin at 525-9395 or'
visit them online at
Wiww.myspace.com/eastmilton-
and softball.llpark
Registration ill be every
S .saturday from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.






t t through Feb. 25
*' Cost for registration is $65






-- for the first child adn a $5 di-Star
count for heerleach atryoutsional child






Feb. 25 from 9 a.m. to noon at
East Milton Commnit Center onuth
ByrAssociation is ls looking f
....coaches and sponsors.






These tryouts information or
directions contact baseball direc-
tor Bryan Hutchinson at 626-
4677, Dan Melvin at 525-9395 or
visit them online. at
www.myspace.com/eastmilton-





ballpark
iltheren Power tryoutfeel




ahd those wishing to try out need
to be held Feb.in shorts, t-shi25
,- The Milton Power All-Star




anC heerleading tryouts ill be held
F eb. 25 from a.m. to noon at
ntactthe lton Community Center on




Center af 983-5466 and ask for
John ByroSt.










Pace Rotary Club to host
golfThese tryouts at the or male







-Rotary Club Gohf Toaurnaent will"
Sheld females who a in the thirds
r ade or older as of the 2006-07
School year. -






p Theremwillbea$3tryout 1 feel
a and those wishing to try out need
'--to be dressed in shorts, t-shirt,






with a tennis shoes. tt
bu -, For more informaitonplease
c'- contact the Milton Community





fee includes cart 983-5466 and askgreen for
.John Norton. .





Pace Rotary Cluone hour prior to





start. and all beverages, hole in
golf touring with dinne after the Moors
The seventh annual Pace




otaryment Club Gof Tournament will




There, will also be a putting.
contest heldarch 24t 11 at theMoors
Goi Ciub. ; '




Registration dedlinfor the four-




March 20th.
player teams wotl begin at 11ub is a.m.
lowith a noon shotgun starthi





event.
: For $280 eainfo registration con





-tact 232-0891, 450-1921, or 255-
-'9795.
-Adult softball league
,registration underway
Thee includes cart and green fees,ing
;-. 'range balls one hour prior to







ts adult softball beverages, hole instra-








This league-will consist. of
huone prizes, and door prizes.ague
Along with ,a dinner after the tour-








teames.
League play will als be a puttin the








middle of march and the final day
fcontegst held ation is March 3.
The registration dedle is $325
peMarch 20team.
The Pace Rotary Club is also
looking for sponsors for this
....event.







For more information or to
< ?'-'tact 232-0891, 450-1921, or 255-
*- -9795. '
Adult softball league






registrationtact underwayt
The City of Milton community Center ting





S' 983-5466.
Santa Rosa United Way





to hold fishing tourney
United Wy of Santa Rosa
League play will start its first
m idle of march and the final day
Mayor registrat River Run March 3.





Currently the United Way of
Santa Rosa County is seeking-
sponsoThe registration fee is $325






p fer team ter n ing
a. 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
SCounty will be holding its first
S- ever bass fishing tour diffeament on
May 20 at River Run Marina.
Currently the United Way of
opportuSanta Rosa County is seeking
sponsor area for thiness year's event.
If you are interested in being
a sponsor of the United Way of
Santa Rosa County's inaugural
bass fishing tournament pleason ise
contact the United Way offices in
Milton at 850-623-4507.will run from
There are four different lev-
,: els of sponsorship opportunities
that are available with a variety of
opportunities for fishing groups
to participate.


wwup for soccer underwnay
,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


IRON


o Officers and NJROTC Cadets to

compete to see who s the best Saturday


By BILL GAMBLING
PG Sports Editor
Who %\ ill be the new IRON-
COP champion this Saturday ?
SLast year's Jay Drinkwater
of the National Parks Service
has transferred to the northeast
and will not attempt to, defend
his title.
We will find out as teams
are preparing for the .2nd
Annual event scheduled'for
February 25.
Last year 20 officers from
various law enforcement agen-
cies participated including offi-
cer from the Milton Police
Department and NAS Whiung
Field.
E\ents scheduled for this
year include a 1.5 mile run,
bench press competition. obsta-
cle course, a firearms training
simulator (FATS) physical abil-
ities test, gun shoot, push-ups,
Ssit-ups. and pull-ups.
The top three officers earn-
ing the most points will be
awarded special trophies.


Last year was.a success in
the eyes of Whiting Field Police
Chief Ryan Nicholls.
"We \ ere \ en pleased w ith
the turnout" said Nicholls last
year. "We anticipated 30 or so
to attend and participate. but
some we had expected were
unable to attend."
Most of the departments
expected to participate work
closely with Whiting Field by
patrolling and obsern ing one of
the 14 outlying fields in the area
utilized in training at the Na\vy
Base.
Another interesting t \ist to
tlis year's competition will be
the IRON CADET. which \\ill
in\ol\e Na\al Junior Reser\e
Officer Training Corp
iNJROTC).
"Right no\w w\e are expect-
ing NJROTC cadets from Pace
and Milton high schools," said
.Nichols. "The cadets \will be
competing in the same events
and the police officers except
for the firearms competitions."


The skills tested are the
same skills that they may need
to call upon during any days
work patrolling for their respec-
tive departments. especially in
an emergency situation.
Last year the Santa Rosa
County Sheriff's SWAT team.:.
Santa Rose County Sheriff's
Posse, the K-9 unit from Ft.
Rucker, the Florida Division of
Forestry Helicopter, and other
units, gave variouss demon.tra-
tions in attendance for the pub-
lic to have a closer liew.
SThis year Nicholls has
added a golf tournament for all
law enforcement personnel and
their guest on. Feb. 24.
Registration for the golf
tournament \ ill be 11 a.m. w ith
a shotgun start slated for noon.
The four-person best ball
format costs $25 a person and
includes can and green fees.
All profits will go to the
IRONCOP and IRON CADET
programs and the Favor House.
See TRONCOP. 2D


The Santa Rosa County Sheriff's Posse was just one of several groups
who gave a demonstration last year during the IRONCOP
Competition held at Whiting Field.
Press Gazette photo by Bill Gamblin


Pace ,is teeing it up

N Tourne', is the
chambers biggest
Jfund raiser of '.ear
B3 BILL GANIBLIN
PG Sports Edor o
The Pace Area Chamber of
Commerce is looking to put the
final touches on their seventh
annual Golf Tournament at the
Nloors Golf Resort in Milton on
April 7th.
In the past this tournament
has been a joint effort between
the Pace Chamber and Pace
Rotarn Club as part of Pace
Da\. .
"-'People kno%\ in the past .
that we have held this event
together.:" said Pace Chamber of
Commerce Executl\e Director '
Lloid Hinote. "But that has not
been the case since 2004-."
.As this tournament date
drau s closer the Chamber and it;
members are working g on not
onlh registenng golfers for the "-- ..-
four player team tournament. but ....
sign up sponsors and collect
donations for this e\ent.
The proceeds from this golf
tournament are used to help %\ ith
the chambers budget and busi-
ness education programs the\
offer.
"This is the largest fundrais-
er %%e hale each \ear to help us
%\ith our operating expenses.
said Hinote. "*We \ork \ith
businesses and indi\ lduals in the
See. PACE. P g. D


Lady Pats


remain


perfect

1 Milton has rough
day on both diamonds
By BILL GAMBLING
PG Sports Editor
Pace remaii "fdp'prect aftei
blanking Gulf Breeze at home
on Friday.
The Lady Patriots improved
to 3-0 on the season as Kat)
Neal scattered just two hits over
seven, innings of work for the
win, while striking out 11.
Those two hits came in the
final inning with two outs to
break up Neal's attempt at a no
hitter.
Ashleigh Cole helped pro-
vide the offense with her sec-
ond home run of the season.
Also helping at the plate
Kalin Lassiter, Kristen Joiner,
and Lauren Mendoza who went
2-for-3, while Morgan McBride
added a double.
In other softball action
Friday:
A young Milton squad fell
to 1-4 on the year after losing to
Escambia 10-0 in five innings.
Heather Mott fanned 10
Lady Panthers for the win while
allowing just one hit, a single to
Bri Durbin.
Crystal Benge took the loss
as she gave up 14 hits in just
over four innings of work.
In baseball Milton saw a 2-
0 lead quickly disappear as they
fell to Pensacola High 5-2.
SeePREPS, Pg. 2D


Webb wrestles with history

0 Senior finishes in 4th place on Saturday and sets new mark. .
for PHSs highest finish in wrestling short five year history


By BILL GAMBLING'
PG Sports Editor
Pace's Nick Webb had
earned high praise from his first
year coach Rob Hazewinkel
heading wrestling's post sea-
son.
In just five short years of
existence wrestlers like Webb
have helped turn a fledgling
program into a competitive
squad anytime they take to the
matt.
On Saturday, Webb person-
ally raised the bar by finishing
fourth at the FHSAA 2A
Wrestling Tournament in
Lakeland.


L a s t


Year
C o
Hea
earned
Patrio
best
with a
place
at
pound
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senior
d y
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d the
ts its -
finish -"
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medal;
103
ebb.
ebb in Dougherty
lost in Y


the second round of the tourna-
ment last year at 135 pounds,
was ready for the 'challenge
ahead of him.
"Being there, last year


makes me
train hard-
er," said
Webb, who
lost only ,.
four match-
es the entire
season at ,
140 pounds.
"I was hop-
ing for this
opportunity
and trained Trevino
hard this summer."
His efforts not only helped
him personally, but also led the
Patriots to a tie for 31st place
See, WEBB, Pg. 2D


Webb is seen earlier this season pinning his first round opponent at
the District Tournament in Crestview.
Press Gazette photo by Bill Gamblin


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Top 10 Best Bets for Bass

With more than 7,500 lakes to choose
from. Florida Fish and Wildlife
Consern action Commission i FWC) fisheries
biologists have picked the top 10 bass fish-
ing hot spots for 2006 and offer these sug-
gestions.

LAKE GEORGE -NorthwestofDeland.
Wade-fish in eelgrass % ith plastic worms
fished on the surface, and other top-v. after
artificial lures. Use live golden shiners for
trophy bass during the spring spawning sea-
son, and in winter and early spring. use
deep-diving crankbaits near old dock struc-
tures along the northeast shore and off
Drayton Island.
STICK MARSH/FARM 13 RESERVOIR
West of Vero Beach. Try the woody stump
fields, submersed canals and hydrilla beds.
Plastic worms, spinner baits, crankbaits,
softjerkbaits and top-water stick baits with
propellers work well here, and live golden
shiners are great for trophy bass. This is a
catch-and-release-only lake for bass.

WEST LAKE TOHOPEKALIGA (Lake
Toho) South of Kissimmee. Fish for tro-
phy bass, using live golden shiners during
early spring, inshore near native vegetation
or topped-out hbdnlla. Flp plastic baits
along grass edges. hydrilla beds or bulrush.
Plastic wornms and rattling crankbaits are
good during %warmer months. Try.one of
the lake's fish attractors. There are two
fishing piers for boatless anglers.

LAKE KISSIMMEE South of town. Flip
plastic baits or slow-troll live golden shin-
ers in bulrush. h;,dnlla and lill pads at
Philadelphia Point. North CI'e. and Brahma
Island for spa', rang bass during winter and
S spnn L Usse raniin- crankba.t,. sorl jerk-
baii, and pla.sic i-'rnis during *u.nimier and
fall in open water or along edges of vegeta-
tion. Fly fishermen can wade-fish and
catch bass on popping bugs during spring
and summer.

RODINlAN RESERVOIR East of
Gaeiirsivlle. Largemouth bass.here are
most active dunng cooler months. Use live
S golden shiners. floated under a cork or free-
lined in the "srump fields." along the river
channel Also. tr the area between
Cy press Bayou and Kenwood Landing with
deep-diving and lipless crankbaits, spinner
baits and soft plastics.


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LAKE TARPON Near Tampa/St.
Petersburg. For 12- to 16-inch bass and an
occasional 10-pounder, try flipping or pitch-
ing plastic worms along canal and bulrush
edges. Offshore, fish around ledges, humps,
coontail and eelgrass beds with shad-uimtat-
ing jigs, crankbaits, Jerkbaits and top-water
baits or fish w ith live, w ild shiners or live
shad.

LAKE \ EOHYAKAPKA (Lake Walk-in-
Water) South of Orlando. Drift live, wild
shiners over hydrilla beds in the northern
half of the lake, and use soft jerkbails, lip-
less rattling crankbaits and plastic worms in
offshore hydrilla. Pitch II e \\ id shiners
and flip soft plastic baits or spinner bans in
the bulrush and cattails in the northern and
eastern areas. Summer months offer the
best action. Don't keep any bass within the
15- to 24-inch range, and only one can be
24 inches or longer.

LAKE ISTOKPOGA Highlands County.
January through April, go for the spawning "
bass in vegetation over sandy lake bottom
and around the islands. Flip dark-colored,
soft plastics in bulrush and submerged veg-
etation this time of year. Red shad and
Junebug are the best colors. In spring and
summer, work top-water lures and jerkbaits
over vegetation in the south half of the lake.
Weedless spoons tipped with grub tails and
spinner baits fished over pondweed south of
Bumblebee Island are deadly on bass during
early morning. Abide by the no-harvest
regulation for 15- to 24-inch bass and the
three-fish dailv bag lirmt, of which only one
keeper may be 24 inches or longer.
DEER POINT LAKE Near Panama
City. Largeinouth bass fishing here is red
hbo ih April and May.' Fish ii the old creek ..
channels of Bear, Cedar and Econfina
creeks with plastic worms, diving
crankbaits or rattletraps. Bayou George and
the flats area at the confluence of Bayou
George and Deer Point Lake are also good.,
Also, try targeting docks and boathouses
along the creek channels and at the mouth
of Bayou George. Be careful here. This lake
has lots of stumps and snags.

SUWANNEE RIVER Georgia border to
the Gulf of Mexico. You can catcliplenty
of quality-size largemouth bass here, along
with the smaller, but feisty, Su\~annee bass.
Use plastic worms, lizards, and crawfish;


The Santa Rosa Press Gazette


Sports


FISH BUSTERS'

BULLETIN A


TfiOns-T a'."bfigllhlfTiek'".a' tlue aWrais '
on3l open to public fishing Friday through
MondaN. Anglers can't make reservations
for the first-come, first-served permits. Call
18631 499-2421 ext 104 for more informa-
tion about fishing at Mosaic Fish
Management Area.

Free fishing days.
You can fish legally in fresh water in
Florida %v without a license April 1-2. and if
N ou are one of the first 3,000 anglers to bu)
a five-)ear freshwater fishing license in
March and April. you will receive a lot of
free gear from manufacturers in the fishing
industry. Watch this newspaper for details.


.Pace

Continued From Page One
Greater Pace and Pea Ridge
Area.
"And according to FEMA
that is roughly 52,000 peo-
ple."
For this.' year's tourna-
ment, which will get under-
way at 11 a.m. on April 7 at
the Moors, there are several
different sponsorship pack-
ages available starting with a
gold sponsor for $1,500 to a
Bronze Sponsor at $400.
Other'sponsorship oppor-
tunities include a tee sign for
$100 along with many others.
All of this ground\ ork was
set out on December 15t of last
year.
"We planned out the tour-
nament and sent out packets
back on Dec. 1 of last year,"


.

Wednesday, February 22, 2006';-;-







said Hinote. "We t toplan ouFi ',
four main events well in
advance so they can be includ-,-
ed in several different chamber.
.publications along with other
programs.'
Hinote also added a special '.'
prize for this year's tournament ', ,
will be a 2006 Buick for a hole.
in one on a designated hole at
the tournament.
The prize is being spon- ':
scored by McKenzie Motors in
Milton.
For more information on
the tournament or becoming a;.:
sponsor please contact the Pace -'
Area Chamber of Commerce at -
994-9633.

Stor,' Awritten by
Bill Gamiblin. Reach him
at sportsnC'srpressgazeite.com


jigs-wvith orange skins and pork rilds; and
metallic crankbaits. Look for deep struc-
ture, or shallow structure that has deep
water nearby. Live shiners are good too,
and small bass will hit a fly or a small
floater-diver along the bank. During the fall
when shrimp migrate into in the river, fish-
ing can be outstanding.

EVERGLADES WATER
CONSERVATION AREAS 2 AND 3-
South Florida. The L-67A Canal, L-35B
Canal, and Alligator Alley Canal (along,
Highwa) 1-751 are three of the most popular
canals in the area for fishing. The best fish-
ing occurs in the spring, and April is the
peak month. Work canal edges with plastic
worms, soft jerkbaits, and minnow imita-
tions or tn' flipping the vegetation. During
high water, tr\ the open slough areas. Only
one bass of the five-bass daily bag hmit
may be 14 inches or longer.

CRESCENT LAKE East oq Crescent
Cinv. Fall and early \ inter fishing is best
near deep-water structures. Use plastic
\worms. spinner baits and crankbaiis or li\e.
golden shiners.

TENOROC FISH MANAGEMENT
AREA LAKES Near Lakeland. Fish here
from nid-November through March. Lake
2, Lake 3, Lake 4. Lake 5, Lake G, Shop
Lake and Hy drilla Lake offer great bass
fishing. Probe deeper \waters %k ith chrome-
colored rattling lures and chartreuse
I firetiger-colori dj ing crankbaits, or use
plastic worms. Submersed islands or sand-
bars off points are good spots. During
spring, flipping worms or soft plastic baits
in thick brush works well. Harvest regula-
tions vary among the lakes, so call the
Tenoroc Headquarters at (863) 499-2422 for
more information or to make reservations,
because these lakes are only open to the
public four days a week. All anglers must
check in and out at the Tenoroc
Headquarters and pay $3 for a daily permit.

MOSAIC FISH MANAGEMENT AREA
- Near Ft. Meade. Use top-water baits
around dawn and dusk or fish with white or
chartreuse spinner baits, plastic worms and
chrome or fireiger (chartreuse) colored
crankbaits. Fish along shoreline brush and
vegetation in the spring, and look for sub-
mersed islands or sandbars off points, par-
ticularly dunng warmer months. Lake
Coulher. Lake SPI and Lake LP2 West are
the usual hot spots Again. harlesi regula-


**'"Lw Ii I'unidiefi Ir-urbii isswLyUIW awkOi ,....
from Springstead 11-3 and then
10-2 to Adam Spera of
Olympic Heights.
Trevino lost his first round
Match to Thrasher Porcher of
O'ala Forest 5-1 and then in
the wrestle back to Jacob
La\ head of Dixie Hollins 9-7.
For Webb his road %\as just
as difficult when his first round
win over Tim Os\wald of St.
Cloud by pin fall at 5:38 set up
a match with eventual state
champion Dakota Rahme of
Cape COral.
Rahme \%as the runner-up
last year at 140. defeated \\ebb
by a majority decision 15-6 as
he went on to be the state cham-
pion at 140 pounds.
Webb didn't get to rest very
long as he had to face Matt
Bohanhon of Coral Glades to
keep his medal hopes alite,
which he did with a 16-10 deci-
sion.
On Saturday Webb defeated
Keith Hansen of Springstead
(Spring Hill) 8-3 apd Zaqueray
Berridge of Brandon 9-4 for a
shot at a third place finish.
In the consolation bracket
finals Webb faced off against


Brian Callinan of Bayside,
another t ctim of Rahme's.
march to the title. were he came.
up shot 6-5.
"I guess this season I hate
put more pressure on myself to.
succeed." said Webb. "I ant to.
show the south that someone up
north can wrestle."
For Hazewinkel, he could-
n't be prouder of Webb and his
efforts.
"Nick doesn't stop and he:
shows that e\ery match he'
wrestles," said Hazewinkel. "I'T."
thought he was our best chance
at winning a \%eight class and'
he didn't disappoint me
"He displays ter\ good
technique and gate it his allthis
weekend."
Story w.i-riteii n .
Bill Giamblin. Reach himn
tit sporlts(h_'sirp rnts ga:etl e.cOllr


Preps

Continued From Page One
Ethan Rodgers took the
loss.
He pitched three and two-
thirds of an inning allowing
three hits, two walks, and hit-
ting four Tiger batters.
Matt Whitfield and Casey
Smith scored Milton's runs,
while Caleb Stewart and T.J.
King were credited with an RBI
each.
Whitfield and Smith both
went 1-for-3 on the day with a
double.


In tennis Milton dropped a
boy/girl doubleheader 5-2 and
4-3 to Tate on Friday.
Winning for the Lady
Panthers were Ashley Evers 8-5
over Shelly Camipe in singles
play while both doubles squads
won 9-7 and 8-4.
On the boys side Jai Gupta
defeated Mark Fisher 8-5 and
Aaron Carver defeated Clay
Hardy 8-3.
Story written by
Bill Gamblin. Reach him
at sports@srpressgazette.com


Ironcop


Continued From Page One
Prized will be awarded to
the top three along with a
longest drive, on hole 16, and
closest to the pin on hole six.
To register early for the golf
tournament e-mail
charles.p.harris 1 @navy.mil.
-If you would like more


information on IRONCOP 2006
events and registration you can
v i s i t
wmwWhItitjgrrnoCepeom or
contact Nicholls at Whiting
Field.
Story written by
Bill Gamblin. Reach him
at sports @srpressgazette.com


Webb

Continued From Page One
out of nearly 80 teams.
Webb was not the only
Patriot to compete this week-
end, as Kael Doughtery at 103
pounds and Nick Trevino at
119 both earned one of 16 spots
in their respective weight class-
es.
Dougherr\ lost his first
round march to Sch \l er
a~.vur1 I_~~kY rrrw ~ l Iucuw UrW~I4.lIbA


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WEDNESDAY



Ie S February 22, 2006


90 ANNOUNCEMENTS
92 AUCTIONS
94 MEETINGS
96 PERSONALS
98 TRAINING
'EMPLOYMENT
S102 DRIVERS
104 GENERAL HELP
S.106 HOME BASED
BUSINESS
108 HOTEL/MOTELS/
RESTAURANTS.
110 LABOR
S112 MANAGEMENT
114 MEDICAL
S116 OFFICE WORK
118 PART TIME
120 PROFESSIONAL
122 RETAIL
:124 SALES/
TELEMARKETING
126 SKILLSiTRADE
: 128 POSITIONS WANTED
GARAGE SALES -
STYLES SECTION-WED.
: 202 GARAGE SALES-SAT.
; SERVICES
S305 AUTO
310 BUSINESS
31 OPPORTUNITIES
':315 BUSINESS SERVICES
S320 CHILD CARE
325 DOMESTIC
330 EQUIPMENT REPAIR
335 FINANCIAL SERVICES
340 HOME REPAIR
S345 LAWN CARE
350 SENIOR CARE
355 SEWING/ALTERATIONS
360 MISCELLANEOUS
SANTA ROSA
REAL ESTATE-RENT
402 APARTMENTS
404 COMMERCIAL
-406 HOMES
S408 LAND
i 410 MOBILE HOMES
412 ROOMS FOR RENT
414 ROOMMATES WANTED
S416 VACATION/RESORT
SSANTA ROSA
: REAL ESTATE-SALE
502 APARTMENTS
S504 COMMERCIAL
506 HOMES
508 If.IVESTMEEITS
L' 510 LAND
S512 MOBILE HOMES
S514 VACATIONRESORT
;. PETS/ANIMALS
702 BOARDING
'704 LIVESTOCK
706 LIVESTOCK SUPPLIES
708 PETS
710 PET SUPPLIES
71.2 LOST PETS
GENERAL MERCHANDISE
802 ANTIQUES
804 APPAREL
S806 APPLIANCES
808 ARTS & CRAFTS
S810 COMPUTERS
812 FARM EQUIPMENT
814 FURNITURE
816 JEWELRY
818 LAWN EQUIPMENT
820 LUMBER/HARDWARE
S822 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
916 SPORTS UTILITY
VEHICLE
918 TRUCKS
920 VANS
922 OTHER


SALESPERSON
S$320 Salary, bonus,
benefits, advancement.
Key Auto Liquidation
4340 Avalon Blvd.
Milton, FI.
Ask for Coach Gordon
'i 850-983-3000







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$500 REWARD
leading [o conviction 10
on vandalism- and Drivers
theft at. Slim's Auto CLASS A-CDL Driv-
Salvage-. Milton, FL ers. Great Benelils
Call 20-2816 & Pay. Home Most-
IS STRESS Ruining Weekends. 95% No
Your Life? Read DI- Touch Freight: 70%'
ANETICS by Ron L. Drop & Hook. Earn
Hubbard. Call 'up to $1.21/mile. In-:
(813)872-0722 or teresled' :Call Daryl
send $7.99 Io Dia- (800'274-4110.
nellcs, 3102 N. Ha- 'DRIVER TRAINEES
bana Ave., Tampa Needed Now! No
FL 33607. :. experience required.
Werner Enlerprises
has immediate
openings for enirv-
WI iS Clevel tsemi drivers
"OiF M Our avg. "drivers
L iJiJU[Jo earn more than
$36K first year. 60%
: of our drivers get
home nightly/week-
ly. 15-day CDL train-
ing available in your
area. Call today. 1-
866-280-5309.
AUCTION-ESTATE DRIVER TRAINEES
OF Jean Howard, Needed Now! No
prime development experience required.
RE. 320+/- acres, Werner Enterprises
U.S. Hwy. 301 has immediate
South, Sylvania, openings for entry-
GA. Rowell level semi drivers.
Auctions, Inc. Our avg. drivers
-(800)323-8388 earn more than
www.rowellauctions. $36K first year. 60%
com 10% buyer's of our drivers get-
premium GAL AU- home nightly/week-
C002594. ly. 15-day CDL train-
AUCTION-LUXURY ing available in your
SKI Condominiums, area. Call today. .1-
Steamboat Grand 866-280-5309.
Resort Hotel & Con- DRIVER- NOW HIR-
dominiums, Steam- ING QUALIFIED
boat Springs, Colo- DRIVERS for Cen-
rado. March 18, tral Florida Local &
2006,,at 10AM. Dai- National OTR posi-
ly previews. tions. Food grade
www.Steam- tanker, no hazmat,
boatGrandAuction.c no pumps, great
om, David L. Harley, benefits, competitive
broker pay & new equip-
Lic.#ER40030654. ment. Need 2 years
AUCTION-LUXURY experience, Call By-
SKI Condominiums, num Transport for
,Steamboat Grand your opportunity to-
RArt H natl &. rn,_ day. (800)741-7950.


* n on:lm t i IL&I m n-I i
'dominiums,. Steam-
boat Springs, Colo-
rado: March 18,
2006, at 10AM. Dai-
ly previews.
www.Steam-
boatGrandAuction:c
om, David L. Harley,
broker
Lic.#ER40030654.


DRIVERS- FLAT-
BED, Reefer &
OTR. Recent Aver-
age $1.27-1.47 per
mile. No Experi-
ence? On the Road
Training Available..
(800)771-6318
www.primeinc.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

Kee "":..'


102
Drivers

PLACE YOUR
I ADHERE
EVERGREEN
TRANSPORTA-
TION needs Drivers
to run the 13 SE
states : with both
weekly and week-
end home lime. We
offer good pay and
benefits. Company
pays $1000 sign-on
bonus. If you are ai
least 23 years old
.and haxre a good
driving., record W/
HAZMAT endorse-
ment, please come
by 'our terminal lo-
cated"at: 300 Hwy.-
95A, Cantoment, FL
across from IP pa-
per mill or call 968-
1702
FFE, THE .F/S is
higher herel $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.
IF YOU Can Drive,
You Can Buy! No
Credit? No Problem!
New Lease Pur-
chase Program,
Owner Operators
needed for 48
States & Regional
Runs. Call (800)895-
0017.


102
Drivers
NOW HIRING
No CDL required.
Truck driver with
tractor trailer and
forklilt experience
a must. 623-5385.
104
General Help

"NOW HIRING
2006" AVERAGE
POSTAL EMPLOY-
EE EARNS
$57,000/YR Mini-
mum Starting Pay
$18.00',hr.
Benefit. Paid Train '
ing and Vacations
Nlo Experience
Needed 1800)584-
1775 Ref #5600.

LEARN
TO DRIVE
Tractor Trailers


15 DAY LOCAL
CDL TRAINING
* Ur31,,l,: l' h ~i" : rl'i ni ,:irl : l.:
For over 29 years-
we've been training
America's Truckersl
CALL TODAY!
Truck Driver Institute
5750 Milton Road
Milton, FL
800-709-7364


104 104
General Help General Help
CHILDCARE DRIVER- NOW HIR-
FUNDRAISING Di- ING QUALIFIED
rector National DRIVERS for Cen-
fundiraising company trial Florida Local' &
seeking energetic National OTR posi-
phbne person. Work, tons. Food grade
from your location to to. d gra
call cnildcares to tanker' no hazmat,
help them raise no pumps,i great
money $15/Avg. benefits, competitive
(813) 02512339862-. pay & new. equip-
2769 ment.'Need 2 years
CLEANING PER- experience. Call By-
SON needed. Se- nunm Transport for
ous l ng term Sem- your opportunity to-
ous long.-term em-/a 0 19
ployment applicarnTs day.' 8001741.7950.
only. Must be relia- DRIVER/DELIVERY
ble, dependable. & FAST growing Dis-
have own car. Call tributor is looking for
994-1785 ', reliable Class D
COMMERCIAL Driver that needed
PLUMBING CO. for oul of state deliv-
HIRING HELPERS series and services.
No experience re- 'Applicant must pos-
quired. Competitive sess a clean driving
pay based'on expe- record, pass a DOT
rience: 401K plan & Drug screen, and be
profit sharing. Ad- able to lift 150 Ibs.
vancement opportu- Position : requires
nilies available. Ap- long distance driving
ply in person or call with 4 to 5 days out
.994-9033 with 4 to 5 days out
of town per week. All
COOK NEEDED for trucks are "SMOKE
Bayou Cafe. FREE" .Please call
'Monday-Friday Ms. Carter: Craft-
Call 994-9232. matic Adjustable
MOVIE EXTRAS,. Beds 800-783-3547


ACTORS & MOD-
ELS! Make $75-
$250/day. All ages
and faces wanted!
No exp. Required.
FT/PT! (800)714-
7564.


$ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $$ $$ $ $I $ $ $ $ $ $
Drivers:
Would you like to earn
$50,000 Plus
Per year and be home weekends?
Dedicated Customers
Out of Pensacola area
No back-hauls
Paid odometer mileage
Loaded & Empty.
SExcellent benefits and
.Bonus program!
Call Bill or Neal to schedule
An interview on Sat. Sun. Mon
Or for more details
S 866-592-7006
9$$$$$$$S$S$$S$S$$$9$$


CASHIER FOR

BAILEY'S PENNY

PANTRY 3840

HWY 90 PACE

994-7801

Id~l^I^A


104
SGeneral Help
EXPERIENCED
HEAVY Duty Me-
chanic, staring pay
$20/hr. 484-9707
IRENE WEAVER
EXPERIENCED RV
TECHNICIAN want-
ed! Dealership in the
'heart of race country
needs quality, expe-
rienced RV Techs.
Greal benefits, hour-
ly shop. Pay based
on experience. Fax
resume to: '
(7041 455-1439 ino.
phone calls please)
Tom Johnson
Camping Center
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 fax re-
sume toll-free
(866)396-4833.
NOW HIRING Cash-
ier for Bailey's Pen-
ny Pantry 3840 Hwy
90 Pace 994-7801


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104
General Helpo
FOREMEN To Lead
Utility Contract
Field Crews -
-Outdoor physical
work-
-Many entry-level
positions
-Paid training
- $14/hr + bonuses
after promotion
-Liing allowance
when traveling
-Company iruck and
good benelils
Must have strong
leadership skills, a
eood driving hislor/
an tbe able to Iravel
lo Tennessee and
nearby slates.
Email resume to:
Recruiler3@.'
osrrose.crm or
lax: (985)871-0605
www.OsmoseUtilit-
ies.co
EOE M/F/D/V.
LIVING TRUTH
Church is seeking a
paid Nursery Worker
for Sunday mornings
from 10 am 12
noon. Background
check -equired.
Contact .Carrie at;
983-0516.


JOB FAIR


Tuesday Feb 28, 2 pm.5 pm

Escarosa CAREER CENTER
6570 Caroline Street Suite 103 Milton, Florida
FEATURING
LOCAL EMPLOYERS SEEKING QUALIFIED
JOB SEEKERS TO FILL JOB OPENINGS IN
PRODUCTION, CONSTRUCTION, MEDICAL
SUPPORT, CUSTOMER SERVICE AND
MORE!!
Employers ready to hire!!

Pensacola e 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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104
General Help
LOCAL CHURCH
seeking nursery
worker for Wednes-
day night and Sun-
day morning serv-
ices. Approximately
6-8 hours per week.
Call 623-6683 for
more information.
OFFICE ASSISTANT
needed for in-home
business in Milton.
, 2 to 3 mornings per
week Great hours &
\ great boss. Comput-
% er/typing skills need-
N ed. Please call: 626-
S0902
" PAINTER NEEDED.
Paying .' $12 to
$14/hr. Please call
at 995-4658
PARTS AND Serv-
Sice Coordinator,
needed for Tom
Johnson Camping
Center at our Con-
cord, NC Dealer-
ship. Computer ex-
perience helpful,
work well with other
.employees and able
to work with the pub-
lic. Benefits are in-
cluded.

Experienced RV
Technician. RV
Dealership in the
.- heart of Race Coun-
Stry needs experi-
enced RV Techs.
Great benefits. Pay
based on experi-
ence. Hourly shop.
Please fax resume
to: (704)455-1439.
SNo phone calls
:please.
SWESLEY MEMORI-
AL UMC' is search-
ing for a pianist for
j' Sunday mornings &
. Wednesday eve-
nings. This is a paid,
,, position. For more
information, call
994-6213.


MAINTENANCE
Man. Must have re-
modeling experi-
ence. Apply at
Emerald Sands,
6436 Hwy 90 or call
at 623-3821 ext 501.


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.
SALES OPPORTU-
NITY The nation's
leading, truck-driving
school is seeking a
full-time inside sales
person for its Milton,
FL recruiting office.
Established. office
and leads are pro-
vided (no cold calls).
No truck driving ex-
perience required,
sales experience a
must! Outstanding
commission struc-
ture and, benefits
available. Please
call Mr.Morris at 1-
800-709-7364, fax
resume to (850)
983-1090 or, email
personnel@cdiservi-
ces.cc
110
Labor
LANDSCAPE
LABORERS need-
ed. Joiner's Inc.
Call: 994-14419 or
554-7827





MEAT CUTTER
CUTTER-
Must have
experience of all
retail cutsof meat
and be willing to
work flexible
hours. Pay based
on experience.
Contact Andy at
995-8778


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. All
supplemental questions must be com-
pleted, as well as indicating the
length of related work experience,
training and education within your.
application. After all applications are
evaluated, your name will be placed
on the employment list and sent to
appropriate hiring authority for con-
sideration.

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

Fog Truck Operator (8015)
Range: 12 $ 9.70 per hour
SEASONAL APPOINTMENT
**02/20/2006 02/27/2006**
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) months repair exp
(small engine, equipment, or vehicle -
commercial or home). LICENSE:
Applicant must have a valid State of
Florida Driver's License and main-
tain said license while employed in
this position. CERTIFICATION:
Must be able to obtain a public health
pest control license within 12 months
of employment.

Zoning Administrator (6041)
Range: 21 $ 29,219.80 $
32,253.19 DOQ
**Open Until Filled**
Note: All experience and/or educa-
tional requirements must be clearly
documented on application before
qualification for employment is deter-
mined.
Minimum Qualifications (Must Be
Attained Before the Closing Date)
Associate of Arts degree and (2)
years of experience implementing
local government zoning ordnances;
OR, Bachelor's degree in
Environmental Science, Political


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 Ob
training. Contact
Don Wiggins at:
983-7576 or
Fax
resume to:
850-682-1523
Liberty National
is an EOE
ODC05398




305
Auto
CATS CARS Auto
Repair specializing
in electrical work,
lights, switches, al-
ternators, window
motors & regulators,
etc. Call Perry @
686-0061 forappl.
310
Business
Opportunities
ALL CASH CANDY
ROUTE Do you earn
$800tday? 30 Ma-.
chines, Free Candy
All for. $9,995.
1888629-9968
B02000033. CALL
US: We will not. be
undersold'


INTERNATIONAL
INVESTMENT bank-
ing firm has middle
market business for
sale. If interested in
buying or selling a
business, call
(877)217-8231.


310
Business
Opportunities


JOIN A LOG HOME
LEADER Original
Old Timer Log
* Homes. Seeks Rep-
resentatives Great
Earning Potential,
High Ouality Prod-
ucts Contact' Mr.
Vester (800)467-
3006 aww oldlimer-
loghnmes.com.
PROFESSIONAL
VENDING Route-
No Bubble- Gum
Here! Real snack,
soda, -water, juice, li-
nancing available
with deposit. Great
equipment. Great lo-
cations. (877)843-
8726. B0#2002-
037; www.snackso-
davendingroutes.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 Train!
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
MOTORCYCLEA
*TRUCK "PREM-
ISE/PRODUCT "AN-
IMAL BITES *SLIP
AND FALL *PEDES-
TRIAN A-A-A Attor-
ney Referral Service
(800)733-5342 24
Hours.


Science, Public Administration,
Urban and Regional Planning, or
related field; OR, HS/GED and (,4)
years of experience implementing a
local government zoning ordinance.
LICENSE: Applicant must have a
valid State of Florida Driver's
License at the date of hire and main-
.tain said license while employed in
this position.

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

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 (Must Be
Attained Before the Closing Date)
Baccalaureate Degree from a four
year college or university, supple-
mented by an advanced degree from
an accredited School of Library
Science; (2) yrs exp in a library, (1)
yr must have been in a supervisory
capacity. **NOTE: Applicants with
public library experience will be
given preference over other appli-
cants.

Planner I (6037)
Range: 23 $ 32,253.19 $
35,601.49 DOQ
**Open Until Filled**
Note: All experience and/or educa-
tional requirements must be clearly
documented on application before
qualification for employment is deter-
mined.
Minimum Qualifications (Must Be
Attained Before the Closing Date)


315
Business Services
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
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min formulation
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Residential,.
Commercial &
Industrial
New & Existing
Construction
Installation,
Service & Repair
Of All
Natural Gas
Appliances &
Piping Systems
Call Today For All
Your Gas Services
Needs
^sLgss


Lic#MG2008/
I Insured
BORDER TO Bor-
der Fence and Deck
Company. All lypes
of fencing installed
and repaired. Spe-
.cializing in privacy
fencing and wooden
decks. Our privacy
fences are built with
SCREWS. Free Es-
timates. 485-2532.
CALL ME for all
your mortgage
needs. "Even if your
, credit isn't perfect"
Purchase.' ReFi,
100d/ Loans. No In-
come Veriticaiion
Easy... Fast... De-
pendable. Bill Tim-
bie 850-380-0220
General Mortgage
Consultants, Inc
2160 Creighton Rd.
Pensacola, FL,
32504. www.billtim-
bie.com 850-479-.
1665 fax 850-479-
1908


315
Business Services
COMPANY AND
0/0 Needed 87
cents per mile all,
Dead head paid +
fsc. Call Don Salts-
man CTC Trucking.
Inc. (321)639-1522.
PLACE YOUR AD
HERE

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.
FREEE ESTIMATES.
Lic.#4710-0037952,
CELL#261-1173
CELL#261-3598
DAY BY Day Quality
Fencing. Compeli-
rve pricing for all of
your fencing needs.
Locally licensed,
owned and operat-
ed. We look forward
to your call. New-
fencing or repairs.
Call 850-529-3546.
DIRT CHEEP
Cleaning Service.
We Furnish Sup-
plies. Senior dis-
count with ad.
SHomes, condos, offi-
ces. Call 384-2388
DIVORCE $275-
$350*COVERS chil-
dren, etc. Only one
signature required!
"Excludes govt.
fees! Call weekdays
18001462-2000,
ext.600. (8am-7pmi
Alta Divorce, LLC.
Established 1977.
DOUBLE "B": Land
Clearing. Backhoe
Work.. Licensed and
Insured,. Bryen Bal-
lard. 1850)994-5740
or 850)232-1581.
EXPERIENCED
SITTER .will watch
your loved one in
nursing home. set-
ting or at their home.
Call. Kathie 626-
8088.
THOMAS LAND-
SCAPING and light-
hauling. 994-7633


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 \\ ill be held on Thursday,
March 2, 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 27,
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
Caroline Street, Suite H, Milton, FL
32570, phone (850) 983-1948, Fax
(850) 981-2003, Veteran's
Preference will be given in accor-
dance with Florida Statutes.

A Drug Free Workplace/EQUAL
OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER


315
Business Services
G&E LANDSCAP-
ING AND TREE
SERVICES
Free estimates,
credits card ok.
Grading, mulching,
weeding, trimming,
hew 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

-IAUL OFF UN-
WANTED ITEMS
Free estimates! Call
'623-3270 or 748-
S4718
HOME CLEANING
BY MICHELLE
Reliable and honest
-Homecleaning
Indoor Painting
Interior Decorating
Organizing for all
home areas
No job to big or
small.
Call Michelle
Home: 477-0792
Cell: 377-4853
IMMEDIATE
CASH!!! U.S. Pen-
sion Funding pays
cash now for 8 years
of your future
pension payments.
Call (800) 586-1325
for a FREE.no
obligallon estimate
ww usapension-
funding.com
IRENE'S PET Care
Pet-Sitting
Boarding
Dog Walking
19 yrs. in Rescue
Milton, Florida
(850)981-1007
JANITORIAL BUSI-
NESS for ,Sale
grossing $120K/yr.
Equipment & Sup-
plies incl. $33,250
850-479-8815.
JOINER DUMP
truck and tractor.
Bobcat and tractor
Work. Driveways,
culverts, light land
cleaning. Site prep
and clean up, Fill
dirt, brown dirt and
limerickk hauling. :
Michael Porter
(850)983-9888.
Tony Joiner
(850)573-0669
LAND CLEARING &
DOZER/TRACTOR
WORK Specializing
in culvert installa-
tion, driveways, lev-
eling, root raking,
bushogging & disk-
ing. Equipment and
material transport
available. By the job
or hour. Call Billy
Rogers for estimates
957-4952 or 261-
8407
LOCAL HOME Re-
pair. Paint, drywall,
trim & tile. Fence re-
pair & installation.
10 years -experi-
ence. Contact Paul
McMullen 850-723-
9767.

MARTIN'S
COMPLETED
TREE & Stump
Removal. Mobile
Licensed & Insured
,(850) 417-3085

MlAYBE, YOU can
do it yourself, but
will you? Dave Kop-
pin Home Improve-
ment, Inc. Specializ-
ing in Insurance esti-
mates, Small Home
Improvement Proj-
ects & Maintenance.
(850) 626-6944.

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

VIOBILE HOME
Brokers. Major and
minor repairs. Re-
roof, patio covers,


screen rooms, level-
ing, locally owned,
operated. Free esti-
mates. 100% Fi-
nancing WAC. Call
857-1051.

PET MERCHANDISE
New or used for
consignment shop
Opening soon
Taking consign-
ments
Contact: 292-0492


315
Business Services

PLACE
YOUR
AD
HERE --




NEW CONCRETE
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 &
sidewalks) *Carpen-
try work (crown
molding, -paneling,
trim base & case, in-
stall cabinets & build
decks) Residenlial.
Interior,'Exteror.
Family owned busi-.
ness, over 30 years.
Call The Ericks'ens
today! (850)723-
2550 or 623-6034

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SDiwirc '08i, id.pn,.n .0
Namr ('hdni '5.5
FREE T ping.Call :.r
W.rk_'lhrri i85I.i 4.-7524
l5llu,."'H"Sl. I
il blk. N. o'i Fla Markelit
STAY HOME and
Enjoy Lie! Work a
Little and Get Paid a
Full Time Income. I
Do and I'll Show
You How. (800)311-
9365 24 hours.
STUMP-EASE
STUMP GRINDING
Most removals $35 -
discount for multiple
removals
Backyard accessible
Licensed & Insured.
Local Conlracior
Retired USN
232-8746
TAX SEASON IS
HERE! Need help
on your taxes?.
Please call me for
quick results at fair
prices: 346-8563
e Lisa' Bender Book-
keeping:.& Tax Serv-
ice ,, -.
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.
325
Domestic
DEPENDABLE
HOUSEKEEPER
TEN YEARS EXPE-
RIENCE. REASON-
ABLE RATES.CALL
994-6236
335
Financial Services
ERASE DEBT at
last! Stop 'collections
and finally get
ahead. Proven suc-
cessful program.
Slash monthly bills.
Call now for a FREE
Consultation.
(800)781-0830.
345
Lawn Care
CLARK'S' LAWN
CARE General
Maintenance & All
Types of Tractor
Work Licensed &
Insured. Call: Mike
Clark at 626-2428


EMERALD COAST
Lawn Services
ECL, LLC
Mowing, edging,
sodding, bush
trimming & debris
cleaning-up
Local company!
Commercial &
Residential Owner
Operated -
Licensed & Insured
(cell) 324-4035


345
Lawn Care
PAGE'S TREE
SERVICE
Trim, cut & remove
Call: 626-2159 (if no
answer, please leave
message)
FIREWOOD $50. a
load and up
TOMMY'S LAWN
CARE SERVICE
Grass cutting/weed
eating. Free esti-
mates. Milton/ Pace
area. Call Tommy
at: 748-4718
350
Senior Care

VISITING
ANGELS
SENIOR CARE
In home
Companionship.
*Meals
Light housework
Errands
477-3858


360
Miscellaneous
ARRESTED? ALL
Criminal Defense
Felonies...Misde-
meanors, State- or
Federal
Charges.. Parole ..P
robalion. .DUI ..Traf-
fic Tickets...Bond
Reduction PRIVATE
ATTORNEYS
STATEWIDE. 24
HOURS A-A-A AT-
TORNEY REFER-
RAL SERVICE
'(800)733-5342.

PLACE

YOUR AD

HERE

CRUISE- 7
NIGHTS, EASTERN
CARIBBEAN.
BRAND NEW SHIP
SAILING R/T FROM
FT. LAUDERDALE
NOVEMBER 2006-
MARCH 2007,
FROM $499 PORT
TAXES IrICLUDEDI
WITH FREE BUS!
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WWW.ALLA-
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EARN DEGREE on-
line from home.
*Medical, 'Business,
*Paralegal, *Com-
puters. Job Place-
ment Assistance.
Computer & Finan-
cial aid if qualify.
(866)858-2121
www.onlinetidewa-
tertech.com.
HUNT ELK, Red
Stag,, Whitetail,, Buf-
falo, Wild Boar. Our
season: now-
3/31/06. Guaranteed
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.9800; evenings
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NEW WEBSITE for
Milton Florida .
www.milton-florida.
us
206-9626





402
Apartments
2BR / IBA
NEW CARPET, cen-
tral H/AC, water,
sewer, garbage in-
cluded. $400 month
$375 deposit Tri-
plex- center unit on
Dearborn St. (corner
Dearborn & Peach-
tree in Milton) Drive
by, then leave a
message. 712-7513
DOWNTOWN
MILTON-1 BR/1BA
includes utilites.Non-
smoking environ-
ment, no pets.
'$675/mo. 572-7773
or 516-6848
MILTON NEAR
Whitting Field 2BR/
1 BA Total electric
central heat/air,
washer/dryer hook-
ups. Huge yard no
pets. $500 mo/ $350
dep., Call: (850)
981-1834


The All New!

Jay

Apartments

FULL RENOVATEDONE,TWO,AND
THREE BEDROOM UNITS NOW
AVAILABLE WA.C.


850-623-0609


404
Commercial
NEWLY REMOD-
ELED Office Spaces,
Available for rent -,'
$200-$250
conveniently located.-
across the street
from Santa Ros'a
County Courthouse --
Call 850-623-0200 -
for details
OFFICE FOR lease,
Pace location. 995-
4804.
406
Homes
AVAILABLE NOW-
Centrally located'
clean brick ho.e..
Three bedroom, one'.
bath, C H/A, stove &
refrigerator. Fenced
backyard. Rent
$725, deposit $500,
850-981-9695.
BRAND NEW Pace
Home for rent. 2500
sq. ft, 4 BR/2 BA,
oThousand Oaks
Subdivision. $1500
rent/dep. Call:
(850) 305-9222

FOR RENT

*1/1 Home
5835 Stewart St.'
.$400*

*3/2 home
5476 Oak Meadows,
Milton $1150'

S'3;2 Home
6710 Cedar Ridge,
Milton $1100*

Santa Rosa Realty
623-0077
FOR RENT 2br/1 br
like new great loca-'-'
tion. No pets, no-''.
smoking $775 mo,''
$700 dep 994-5946; ::
FOR RENT 3bed 1. r :
bath carport fenced
backyard, no inside
pets. $600 mo $600: *.
dep. Available
Marchlst. 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 :HOME for
rent- 3/2 all brick,,
built in '05. 6250.
Starhill Drive ( Mil-
ton) 981-3261 or
206-9298.
STONEBROOK
IN PACE
2 BR/2BA patio
home'on golf course
Large patio Ready
now! $1000/month
Call: 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. ino.
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.

I PLACE YOUR I
AD HERE

410


Mobile Homes
1BR/1BAMOBLE
HOME in Milton mo-
blie home park. To-
tal electric no gas.
$375/ month +
$200/deposit
Baycrest Realty
994-7918
2 TO 3 bedroom
rentals. Jay, Milton
and Pace. $400 to
$650 per month.
Call 994-5703, leave
message.










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410.
S Mobile Homes
.EAST MILTON
Clean 3BR/2BA
S 16x80 mobile home
Son nice 3/4 acre lot.
'. $650 month / $500
security/damage
deposit. No pets no
smoking Call: 623-
2650
-FOR RENT 2 bed 1
bath. East Gate Mo-
Sbile Home Ranch.
Call.626-8973

i PLACE YOUR

|AD HERE

FOR SALE- Double-
wide mobile home
on 1/4 acre. 3/2,
1,600 s.t., f/p,
$79,900. W Will do
owner hnancing
w/$20K down. Call
SBarbara Cumbie
377-6787 or 626-
8959.
S. MOBILE HOME

acres, has utilities.
.Off Hwy. 87 S. Call
(8501 932-9494
412
: Rooms For Rent
FURNISHED ROOM
in private home in
Milton for single
,' .working person
S.:.$125..a week. I n-
Scludes TV table, mi-
crowave, refrigera-'
tor. No pets, no
company allowed.
SDeposit. 449-4070
416
S': Vacation & Resort
CRUISE- 7
; NIGHTS, EASTERN
SCARIBBEAN.. Brand
-, new ship sailing ri';
from Ft. Lauderdale
. November 2006-
S..:"Marc 2007. >From
$499 (port taxes in-
U cludedi with FREE
-: "BUS! .(800)741-
1770, www.alla-
boardtravel.com.


-.31 2
. 506
Homes


2 PROPERTIES in
Jay!!,
4 bedroom 2 bath
home on just
under 1 acre with
detached 20x24
garage. Hwy 4
frontage ($115.00r0
7 acres adjoining
being sold separeily
Sfor 90,00, also has
Hwy 4 frontage.
Call Deck Realty,
Inc. 850-626-0711

3/2 1.5 acres, totally
renovated, Berryhill-
hobbs schools.
$153,000. Call 983-
8721
3/2 HOME with
1,575 s.f. and 1500
s.f
.- workshop.$189,900.
Owner finance
$10,000 down 79%,

$1,190.89 P & I mo.,
Linda 983-3062.
BY OWNER/
SAGENT 3bd/2ba.
.Lakefront. The
,' Moors Golf & Rac-
quet Club.
$239,900. 380-
1- 3660.
HOME FOR sale 4
bed/ 2bath all new
appliances included
approx 2400 sq/ft
large lot in nice
neighborhood
$220,000. Call 850-
380-8844.
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.


506
Homes
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.imerealty.com
PACE 3/2 Brick
home 1/2 acre
$189,900. 994-1540
or 324-4915.
508
Investments
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NORTH CAROLINrA.
WINTER SEASON:
IS HERE! MUST
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WESTERN NC
MOUNTAINS.
Homes, Cabins,
Acreage & Invest-
ments. Cherokee
Mountain Realty
GMAC Real Esitae,
Murphy www.chero-
Keemounlainrealty c
om Call for Free
Brochure 1800)841-
5868.

ADVERTISE

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510
Land
LAND AUCTION ,
200 Props Must be
Sold! Low Down/ E-
Z Financing Free.
Catalog (800)937-
1603 WWW LAN-
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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.
LAND FOR RENT
Reter to
Classilicallon
#408
LARGE MTN. Land
Bargains, High Ele-
vation. Adjoins Pris-
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20+ AC to 350 AC.
Sweeping Mtn.
Views, Streams.
www.liveinwv.com.
OCALA/ ORLAN-
DO, FLORIDA
AREA. $15,000 DIS-
COUNT. 1.7- 21
Acres from
$149,900 Rolling
hills, views, trails.
Only 2 miles- 1-75.
Discount ends 2/28.
Broker/Owner.
(352)330-0022.
SECLUDED &
SERENE

NW of NAS Whit-
ing Field

20 Placid acres
zoned agricultural.

3 mobile homes,
garage, barn, shed

$263,000

626-6767


512.
Mobile Homes
NEED FINANCING
.on a house or mo-
bile home? I may
can help. Also VA
available. Dorothy
Rogers -Eastgate
Mobile Home Park
626-8973.


512
Mobile Homes

SECLUDED &
SERENE

NW of NAS Whit-
ing Field

20 Placid acres
zoned agricultural

3 mobile homes,
garage, barn, shed

$263,000

626-6767 :


PLACE
YOUR AD
HERE


SECLUDED 6
ACRES NE of
Million 10 minutes
from Blackwater
State Park
Two 1999 Palm
Harbor modular
homes. 3BR/ 2BA,
fronliback porch
on both, shop
storage. fully
stocked fish pond.
4 acres fenced
pasture beautiful
family rhomeslte.
Must sell for
medical reasons
$300,000 for all
Call:
1850) 957-8784 or
(8501 554-5237







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March 11th Tampa,
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New Log Home
Packages, offered.
One absolute to
highest bidder!
Package includes
sub-floor, logs, win-
dows. doors, rafters,
roofing .Daniel
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MURPHY, NORTH
CAROLINA AHH
COOL SUMMERS
MILD WINTERS Af-
fordable Homes &
Mountain Cabins
CALL FOR FREE
BROCHURE
(877)837-2288 EXIT
REALTY MOUN-
TAIN VIEW PROP-
ERTIES www.exit-
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558
Investments
MOVE TO TEN-
NESSEE! LOOKING
FOR LAKE LOTS,
LAKE HOMES,
LAND, FARMS,
VICTORIANS, IN-
VESTMENT ,OR
MARINAS WE
HAVE IT ALL AT
AFFORDABLE PRI-
CES. EXECUTIVE
CHOICE REAL ES-
TATE IN TENNES-
SEE (865)717-7775
CHARLOTTE
BRANSON AGENT
OR VISIT MY WEB-
SITE WWW.EXEC-
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LESTATE.COM OR
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TEBRANSON COM.

560
Land
A LOT OF LOTS
AVAILABLE IN
SOUTHWEST
FLORIDA. Cape
Coral, Lehigh and
Lake Placid. Water-
front. Multi-family,
single family and
commercial.
www.hmoprooerties.
com or call
12391707-0888.

ASHEVILLE, NC.
AREA HOMESITES
Own a private
mountain retreat
-Gated nverfronI
community
-Stunning mountain
views
-1 to 8 acres from
the $60s
-4-season climate
Call 18661 292-5762.
Bear River Lodge
HORSE FARM LIQ-
UIDATION 20 acres-
$59,900 Lush pas-
tures, beautiful trout
stream, spectacular
upstate NY setting!
Ideal summer home
site Terms availl
Call now! (877)909-
5263 wiww.up-
stateNYland.com
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560
Land
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-in.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.
EAST TENNESSEE
Mountain Property.
Only minutes from
Gatlnburg, TN. 7
acres & Stream
$39,900. 20 acres
Wooded $79,900.
Opening Marcn -4t
18001770-9311 ext 321
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 MOON-'
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, janeba-
er@alltel.net


560
Land
GEORGIA BLAIRS-
VILLE IN THE
NORTH GEORGIA
MOUNTAINS. Land,
Homes, Commercial
& Investment. "EV-
ERYTHING WE
TOUCH TURNS TO
SOLD Jane Baer
Realty, (706)745-
2261, (800)820-
7829 www.janebaer-
realty.com. janeba-
er@alltel.net
GOVT HOMES! $0
DOWN BANK RE-
PO'S & FORECLO-
SURES! NO CRED-
IT OK! $0 / LOW
DOWN! Call for List-
ings (800)498-8619.
GOVT HOMES! $0
DOWN' BANK RE-
PO'S & FORECLO-
SURES' NO CRED-
IT OK' $0 / LOW
DOWN! Call for List-
ings (800)498-8619.

GET THE
PAPER
623-2120


GROUND FLOOR
PRE-CONSTRUC-
TION 'Coconut
Grove Hign Rise,
Complete Amer)tues,
Minutes To Beach,
Restaurants, Enter-
tainment Great
Rental Investment.
COMPLETED IN
2007. ONLY 10% In-
vestment For Quali-
fled Buyers. JACK
ZWEIG, REALTOR
.CASTLES REALTY.
(877)468-5687.


560
Land


LAKEFRONT BAR-
GAINS! Waterfront
Properties from
$99.900 Lake Gun-
tersville, Alabama
Exclusive Goose
Pond Island Premier
bass fishing destina-
tion ONE DAY ON-
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.
MOUNTAINS OF
NORTH GA. The
Very Best of' River-
front, Lakefront,
Acreage Tracts,
Building Parcels
From 1 to 195 Acres
Direct From Owners
(706)276 7773.
WATERFRONT! 2
acres +/- $159,900.
Gorgeous acreage,
great views, prnsine
shoreline & deep
boatable water!
Near Bath NC. En-
joy access to ICW,
Sound, Atlantic.
Paved road, under-
ground utilities, well '
water, septic ap- ':
proved Excellent fi-
nancing. By appoint-
ment only. Call now
(800)732-6601 x
1497.


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Land
WESTERN. NC
MOUNTAINS
North Carolina
Where there is:
Cool Moun-
tain Air, Views &
Streams, Homes,
Cabins & Acre
age. CALL FOR
FREE BROCHU
RE OF
MOUNTAIN PRO
PERTY SALES
(800)642-5333.
Realty Of Murphy
317
Peachtree St.Mur-
phy, N.C. 28906.
www.realtyofmur-
phy.com.
NEW TO MARKET!
DEEP WATER
LOTS Beautifully sit-
uated on 50 acres
with 2,800 feet of
magnificent frontage
on Battery Creek in
Beaufort, SC. Offer-
ing deep waterfront
dockable, tidal creek
and privacy wooded
lots starting from
$59,900 Call
(877)929-2837.


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WATERFRONT
LAND Sale! Direct
Waterfront Parcels
from only $9,900! 2
acres dockable with
Log Cabin Pkg. Irom
$89,900! 4.5 acres
dockable waterfront
only $99,900! All
properties are new
to the market! Call
loll-free (866)770-
5263 ext. 8.
TENNESSEE
LAKEFRONT RE-
TREATS Newly re-
leased lakefront,
wooded and moun-
lain 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.


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.
WATERFRONT
LAND Sale! Direct
Waterfront Parcels
from only $9,900! 2
acres dockable with
Log Cabin Pkg. from
$89.900! 4.5 acres
dockable waterfront
only $99,900! All
properties are new
to the market! Call
toll-free (866)770-
S5263 ext. 8.


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Hampton 2 1525
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Inglewood 2 1586
Ambassador 2 1610
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Ike's Food Mart
Tom Thumb @ Highway 87N
Up The Creek Store
Bubba's (Berrydale)

JAY
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Greer's Grocery Store
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560
Land
; NORTH CAROLINA
Gated Lakefront
Community
S-1.5 acres+
S-90 miles of shore-
line
Never before of-
fered with 20 %pre-
' development dis-
counts & 90 %
S financing
Call: (800)709-5253
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 limitedd.
Don't miss out. Call
(8661292-5769.
TENNESSEE
LAKEFRONT
HOMESITES 1 to 6
acres from the $40s.
Spectacular lake,
mountain and wood-
ed nature sites new-
ly released. Just 1-r
: 1/2 hours ro lash-
vile. Don't miss out!
Call (866)339-4966.

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. (9121258-
4561.


560
Land
NC MOUNTAINS
10.51 acres on
mountain top in gal-
ed community, view.
trees, waterfall &
large public lake
nearby, paved pri-
vate access,
$119,500 owner
(866)789-8535
www.NC77 com.

,NC AND VA Moun-
tain Land Available
4 ac. Alleghany
Co. NC Stone
Mtn. State Pk. Area
- 'A-Frame. Apt. &
Garage Lake -
Guest House -3 golf
courses nearby -
Just: $249,900.00-'
Call Susan
S(336)789-2926. 49
,ac. Surry Co. -
North Carolina Bot-
tom Land 4,000 ft
on Fisher River -
Beautiful wood land
& home site Pri-
vate location-
Springs & Branches
- $225.000.00 -Call
Bracky (336)789-
2926 86 ac. Low-
gap Surry Co. -
North Carolina
Beautiful remodeled
house all fenced -
stream old cabin -
timber private -
outbuildings
$499,000.00
Terms available
Call Susan
13361789-2926
70+1- ac. Beulah
Community Surry
Co. Nonh Carolina
- All cleared,
grassed & fenced -
panoramic view of


560
Land
surrounding mrns. -
pond fabulous
views $6,250.00 per
ac. call Bracky
1336)789-2926.
215+/- ac Carroll
Co., Virginia Hwy.
52 lust north of Mr.
Airy, North Carolina
- Bnck home needs
updating county
water long hwy
frontage possibly
'commercial
$1,300,000.00.
Owner financing
Call Mark (3361789-
2926.


706
Livestock Supplies

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


WRAPPED
PEANUT HAY
Call 623-8237.

708
Pets
AKC BOSTON Ter-
rier pups $400 and
up. 850-479-1615
FREE PUPPIES 9
week old small
mixed breed. Call
626-9983'


708
Pets
GERMAN SHEP-
HERD Excellent
coat, 13 months old,
all vaccinations,
obedience trained.
$200 w/accessories
Call: 292-8765
KITTENS, ADORA-
BLE, playful, free to
loving home, litter
box Irained. Call
994-7733.
LOOKING FOR fos-
ter homes tor cham-
pion line AKC Ger-
man Shepherd dogs
the best ones from
the panhandle area"
Also, orange & white
male kitten Please
call for interview-
626-0255

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.01518723
Indoor trained must
agree to have her
spayed.
Call: 623-9623


SEEKING FEMALE
leacup Chihuahua
Reasonable 983-
3500.


712
Lost & Found
PETS

FOUND-
BROWN & WHITE
Male Dog in the
Guernsy Rd. Pace
area. Call 995-
5746 or 261-3598
or 261-1173
LOST 9 month old
white & black medi-
um hair dog look like
a Spnnger 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 ot July.
1 male, 1 female.
Please call with any
information 626-
2428 or 516-7983.
LOST MALE CAT
No tail, creamy
white with gray
race and blue
eyes. 623-3519


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


712
Lost & Found
PETS

I Missing


am. Dounaie
Male Dog
501-9889






804
Apparel

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

WILL PAY CASH
tor designer & vin-
rage handbags,
shoes & clothing.
Call: 748-2010
814
Furniture
SOLID OAK DESK
(LIKE NEW). Origi-
nally $600.. will sell
for $150. Call 995-
0353
,818
Lawn Equipment
FOR SALE- Murray
12.5 h'p., 38 in. cut
riding lawnmower
w/dump cart. New,
less than 20 hours
running time. $700.
983-2779:
822
Musical
Instruments
ALLEN CHURCH
Organ. AGO pedal
board. 2 manual,
large detach speak-
er. $1500. 626-2539


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Musical
Instruments
OLD GUITARS
WANTED Fender,
Gibson, Gretsch.
Martin, D'Angelico,
Stromberg, RicKen-
backer, and Mosnte.
1930's thru 1960's.
Top cash paid
(800)401-0440.
828
Electronics
Stereo-TV-VCR
CONSOLE TV
32 inch Mitsubishi, 2
tuners, pic in pic,
complete w/ VCR, 2
remotes & manuals.
Cost $1200 Sell for
$395 Excellent
Condition Please
call: 623-1152
830
Miscellaneous
For Sale
BUILDING SALE
..."Rock Bottom Pri-
cesl" Last Chance!
Beat next price in-
crease. Go
direct/save. 20x26,
25x30, 30x40,
35x50. 40x60,
45x90. 50x100.
60x180. Others. Pio-
neer. (800)668-5422

PLACE

YOUR AD

HERE

BUILDING SALE
"Beat Next In-
creasel" 20x26 Now
$3340. 25x30
$4790. 30x40
$7340. 40x60
$11,490. Factory Di-
rect, 26 Years. Many
Others. Ends/acces-
sones optional. Pio-
neer (800)668-5422.
METAL ROOFING
Save $$$ Buy direct
from manufacturer.
20 colors in' stock
with all accessories.
Quick turn around
Delivery available
Toll Free: (888) 393-
0335


830
Miscellaneous
For Sale
LOWEST PRE-
SCRIPTION PRI-
CES Less than Can-
ada. Better ihan
MedicareD Flomax
0.4mg/$27.00, Am-
bien 10mg'$53.00,
Nexium
40mg/$30.00/month.
Viagra
100mg..$2.75. Glob-
al Medicines
(866)634-0720
www.globalmech-
cines.net.




We Deliver & Install
Centipede
St. Augustine
Bermuda
Bailed Pine Straw
Cal us first. Save Time
Call us last. Sae Money
Hwy. 87 So. *Milton
626-8578.

SIDE X side refrig
$200 OBO. micro-
wave/toaster $50,
new bedlner- fier
glass tool box $50
Doth fit Ford Ranger,
coffee maker $5.00
626-6413
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832
Miscellaneous
Wanted
DEMO HOME
SITES
WANTED NOW!
For ; the NEW
Kayak Pooll The
On-Ground Pool
with, In-ground
Features! Unique
Opportunity. SA
VE $$. Call (866)
348-7560 FREE
ESTIMA TES!
Financing.


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832
Miscellaneous
Wanted
GLASS CRAFTER
needs empty glass
soft dnnk bottles, tall
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 Cat Fish
House on Thursday
12.22. Please
contact at
434-1292 Reward
is offered.




904
Cars
2003 TOYOTA Tun-
dra SR5. Access
cab, 4x4, V-8. TRD
package, mint cond,
40k miles, new tires.
metallic gray chrome
grill. CD player CaJl
Brian 637-6333.
MAZDA PICK UP
truck, 1999 Red,
automatic, power.
V6,. AM/FM stereo,
CD player. AC, tilt
wheel, air bags, ex-
tended, cab, back
cover, excellent,
sharp. Well main-
tained. $6,900 ..850-
623-4068.
906
Boats
BOAT-MOTOR &
TRAILER. 21 ft. 150
Evinrude. Call: (850)
206-4438


906
Boats
RANDALL CRAFT'
14 ft 1976 fiber-J:
glass Doat w/ trailer:
$600 Call evenings: :
(850) 623 1646
908
Farm Equipment
16 FT. COVERED.
TRAILOR. Heavy:'.
duty. $950/OBO
Call: (850) 454-8321
914
Recreational
121/2 FT. TRUCK
Camper, electric.
jacks, air. lurnace..
$3.000.00 850-981-'
1951.
916
Sport Utility
Vehicles

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

1998 JEEP WRAN-
GLER ,. SAHARA'.
White, new top/.
tires. heavy duly'
bumpers front/rear,.
6 cyl, auto, A/C air-:
bags. Runs great --
Looks greatly'
$11,400 firm. Call:-
995-4077 or 516--
7712
918
Trucks
91' CHEVY S-10,
4.3 Liter, V-6..
$2,500. 994-7286
TRUCK CHEV.72:
short wheel, runs,
sunroof, sliding back-
glass. $900 or better.
offer.
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