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Alternate title: Milton press gazette
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Publisher: Milton Newspapers, Inc.
Place of Publication: Milton Fla
Creation Date: March 1, 2006
Publication Date: 1984-
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Table of Contents
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    Section A: Main: Central High School
        page A 11
        page A 12
    Section B: Sports
        page B 1
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    Section B: Classifieds
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INSIDE


Coun ty likely to sue IP


Eminent domain to be used to 'take' land for access to boat ramps


By JIM FLETCHER
P,.:' Ga-eri A isiu Shl PubiihlU r
Santa Rosa CountN is
poised to take International
Paper to coart-seeking to use
the po%\er of eminent domain to
"take" land o er \which the
paper company. is unwilling to


It's been nine years since Milton
advanced to the final four in
basketball. The Panthers are set
to run.
See SPORTS, Page 1B.


NEWS


VIEWS

Sacred Heart
opens Pace facility
I, Physicians. area communi-
t\ leaders. politicians and inter-
ested citizens turned out ,ester-
da\ to celebrate the official
opening of Sacred Heart Health
S strem's new Pace Medical
Park.
Guests %were in cited to tour
thle multi-st- or facility b i'egin-
inmg at 4:311 p.m. and participat-
ed in a bnef blessing and ribbon
cutting ceremony, at 5 p.m
The new Medical Park has
been adding health care servic-
'es since earl' December, when
Sacred Heart Rehabilitation
first opened its doors for phi si-
cial therapy patients Since
then. Sacred Heart has opened
its laboratory and diagnostic
imaging' services including
MRI and CT scanners' in the
three-story building in Pace.
Sacred Heart Medical
Group is the latest to move in
and. opened its offices on
Monday, Feb. 6. The group
includes family practice physi-
cians Dr. Laura Harrison, Dr.
Daniel Hickman, Dr. Matthew
Kinzelman, and Dr. Mark
Josephson as well as two obste-
tricianlgynecologists, Dr. Dina
Navarro and Dr. Rama Rao.
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negotiate. And that news ma\,
bring a smile to the faces of
area outdoorsmen.
At issue., access to iwo pop-
ular boat ramps in the
Pace'Chunuckla area. O'er a
.ear ago. IP told Santa Rosa it
\\as closing the roadway s lead-
ing to both the Keyser and


Webb boat landings.
The boat ramps are o\\ ned
b\ the Northwest Florida Water
NManagement Distrct, but the
property\ cannot be reached
without crossing IP land.
The closure brought instant
anger from Santa Rosa sport
and recreational boaters wxho


frequent use the ramps-par-
ticularly in light of the fact that
the Quintecte Road.Escambia
Ri\er boat ramp was closed for
construction on an emergency\
\watershed protection project.
Area boaters ha\e been get-
itng increasingly\ in-the-faces of
county commissioners-e\ en


Milton Main Street Cafe owner Cassandra Sharpe leads last Saturday's Children's Mardi Gras parade. The parade wound past
Milton Town Hall, over the Blackwater Trail, and ended with storytime and snacks at the Blackwater Heritage Trail Visitor's Center.
A beads and moon-pie filled good time was had by all.
Press Gazette photo by Deborah Nelson




Troubled youth pitch in to offer bikes


By JEFF EVERTS
Press Gazette Staff Writer
Several young men in east-
ern Santa Rosa County are try-
ing to make amends for the sins
of their pasts by helping other
3oung people in the area.
The youngg men are,
assigned to the Blackwater Stop
Camp in Munson, a low-level
juvenile justice facility serving
youth aged 14-18 from all over


Florida.
Winston Burnham, who
. works in the Education
Department at the camp, came
up with an idea to have the.
youth assigned to the camp
refurbish old bicycles.
He knew the Milton Police
Department had bikes it had.
received through various means
that were just sitting at, the'
police station.
Burnham's idea was that,


once the bicycles had been
refurbished, they could be
given to underprivileged chil-
dren in the area whose parents
couldn't afford to buy a bicycle.
According to Roger
Hammonds. head of the facility,.
everyone at the camp was very
interested making the program
arealitl.
"We wanted to move ahead
with it and contacted the Milton
Police Department to see if we


could work together,"
Hammonds says.
"But, we were told it would
take a vote of the Milton City
Council to make it a reality."
The problem was, in the
past, the City of Milton had
been sellirig the bikes in lots by
auction and a vote would have
to be taken to change the policy.
However, Police Chief
Greg Brand was enthusiastic
about Hammond's idea.


more so as this year's fishing
and boating season approaches.
Late last \ear, some com-
missioners even quipped that
the\ "'feared for their lies" if
the\ did not have the ranmps
open in nime for this \ear's sea-
son.
S Pletius s.e SiE. Page 3>


Asking


churches


to help:

J Faith-b a sed
groups may be used
in times of emer-
gency.
By DEBORAH NELSON
Press Ga-ellt Stittrf lni r
Santa Rosa En'ergenc\
Nlanagement officials are look-
ing for a few good... churches.
As part of a ne, faith-based
disaster partnering effort, the
count, is %%working on a program
to team up \ ith area churches
"From a biblical perspec-
tie it's about people taking
care of people." notes C. 'unt'i
Public Services Director Tons
Gomillion. ". .
Olficials are hoping church
volunteers \\ ill help coordinate
eniergenc\ supply\ distnbution
during future disasters.
volunteerss would be
assigned to Count) Points of
Distribution iPODsi. under the
direction of two County
Emenrgenci Management
employ ees.
PODs collect and pass out
items like ice. water. meals and
tarps after a storm has passed
Santa Rosa has nine local
PODs scattered throughout the
north and south ends.
They're located at Bray-
Hendricks 'Park, Chumuckla
Elementary School. Pace
A._embl, of God, Mt. Pleasant
Church, Hickory Hammock
Baptist Church, Munson
School, Navarre High, School,
Gulf Breeze XMfiddle Sc hool and
Tiger Point.
A.previous location at King
See CHURCH, Page 6A.


for needy
"When they approached me
about the bike program, I
jumped on it," Brand says.
"I thought it was a great
program for them, us, and the
whole community."
The first set of four bikes
was sent to the Blackwater Stop
Camp shortly before Christmas.
The young men at the camp
did their best to get the bikes in
shape so they could be given to
See BIKES, Page 5A.


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Sheriff's Renort


Feb. 2 to Feb. 8, 2006
Ends, Michael Ray;
Male; 44; 5718 Brooks Lane,
Pace, FL; DUI. 2/5/06
Ee, Roy Franklin; Male;
44; 6868 Magnolia St.,
Milton, FL; DUI. 2/4/06
Hale, Terrance Leslie;
Male; 27; 018 Austin Ct.,
Mary Esther, FL; DUI, Resist
Officer With Violence. 2/3/06
Snyder, Christopher
David; Male; 26; 2204 Calle
De Castelar, Navarre, FL;
DUI. '2/5/06
Tillery, William John;
Male; 35; 65555 Aegean Dr.,
Milton, FL; DUI. 2/3/06
Oxendine, Jackie Ray;
Male; 45; 6436 Hwy 90,-
Milton, FL; Probation
Violation-Felony. 2/3/06
Vernon, Allan Dale;,
Male; 41;' 9212 Eagle Nest
Dr., Navarre, FL; Probation
Violation-Felony. 2/3/06


Williams, Jimmy Dale;
Male; No address given;
Probation Violation-Felony.
2/5/06
Bass, Kathryn Louise;
Female; 32; 6409- Butternut
Dr., Milton, FL; Probation
Violation-Felony. 2. 3 06
Gregg, Jr., Michael
.Anthony; Male; 20; 6540
Palomino Dr., Milton, FL;
Nonmoving Traffic
Violation-Drive While
License Suspended 1st
Offense, Drugs-Possession-
Control Substance Without
Prescription, Marijuana-
Possession-Not More Than:
20 Grams. 2/5/06
Hoomes,. Daniel Edward,
Male; 37; 2051 Hollandtown
Rd., Jay, FL; Probation
Violation-Felon). 2.'.06
Nabors,. Ronald James;
Male; 43; 7901 Kamie Ct.,
Milton, FL; Aggravated


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Assault-With Deadly
Weapon Without Intent to
Kill, Battery-Touch or
Strike, Weapon Offense-
Improper Exhibit Firearm or
Dangerous Weapon. 2/3/06
Rahmes, Mathew Scott;
Male; 21; 2201 ,Calle De
Castelar, Navarre, FL;
Probation Violation-Felony.
2/3/06
Saunders,, Margaret
Louise; Female; 49; 3354 La
Leyenda Ct., Gulf Breeze,
FL; Neglect Child-Cause
Great Harm. 2/2/06
Thomas, Tammie
Cutchin; Female: 35;. 5060
Bodega Rd., Milton, FL;
Larceny-Theft is $300 or
More But Less Than $5000,
Fr au d- I mpe r s o n -
Use/Possess ID of Another
Person Without Consent,
.Forgery of-Alter Public
Record Certificate, Etc,
2/4/06
Brown, Donald Paul;
Male; 24; 6645 Enchanted'
Oak Ct., Milton, FL;
Probation Violation-Felony.
2/3/06
Caudeil, Rickey Alan;
Male: 37; 6323 Happy Ln.,
Milton. FL; Possession of.
Weapon-Or Ammo By'
Convicted Fla Felon,
Disorderly Conduct Affray.
2/5i06
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Female; 62; 4212 Wellington
Dr., Pace, FL; DUI. 2/5/06
Elinn, Randolph Carroll;
Male; 43; Santa Rosa County
Jail, Milton, FL; Probation
Violation-Felony. 2/5/06
Gay, David Lee; Male;
45; 4991 Lacy Ln., Jay, FL;
Nonmoving Traffic
Violation Attach
Registration License Plate Not
Assigned, 'MoNing Traffic
Violation-Drive on
Permanently Revoked Driver
License, Larceny-Theft is
$300 or More But Less Than:
$5000. 2/5/06
Gill, Jr.,. James Calvin;.
Male; 34; 1315 Massachutes,
Pensacola, FL;. Probation
Violation-Felony. 2/5/06
Howard, Michael David;
Male; 24; 5130 Frank Pitman
Rd., Miltohn, FL; Probation
Violation-Felony. 2/5/06
Moore, Zachariah Todd;
Male; 19; 6028 Toulouse St.,
Gulf Breeze, FL; Marijuana-
Possession-With Intent to.
Sell, Manufacture or. Deliver
Schedule I, Drugs-,
Possession- Controlled
Substance Without
Prescription,. Marijuana-
Possession- Possession
Marijuana Over 20 Grams,,
Narcotic' Equipment-
Possession-And or Use,.
22.. 06
Abbott, Carl WaNyne:
Male; .24;, 5683 Fairview Dr.,
Milton. FL: Possession of
Weapon-or Ammo By
Convicted Fla Felon. 2.7 06
Hopkins 11, Larry Wayne;
Male: 29; 4137 Cinnamon
Rd., Pace, FL: Probation
Violation-Felon\. 2.'7.06
Hudson, Jermarrick.
Oryan; Male; 18; 5706 Vonnie
Branch Rd., Milton, FL;
Synthetic. Narcotic-
Possession-With Intent to
Sell, Manufacture or Deliver
Schedule I. or II, Drugs-
Possession- Controlled
Substance Without
Prescription. 2/7/06
Mosleyh Glen Malcolm;
Male; 36; .8747 Hwy 90,
Milton, FL; Probation
Violation-Felony. 2/7/06
Sullivan, Trevor James;
Male; 20; 6255 Biigadier Rd.,
Milton, FL; Probation
Violation-Felony. 2/7/06
Thomas, Jr., Larry NMN;
Male; 35; 5521 Hearn St.,
Milton, FL; Probation
Violation-Felony. 2/7/06
Benson, Jeremy Charles;
Male; 23; 7017 Flintwood St.,
Navarre, FL; Nonmoving
Traffic Violation--Driving
While License Suspended 1st
Offense, Drugs-Possession-
Controlled Substance Without
Prescription, Marijuana-
Possession-Not More Than
20 Grams, Narcotic
Equipment-Possession And
or Use. 2/7/06
Green, Jr., Bobby Lee;
Male; 30; 5561 Hill .St.,
Milton, FL; Nonmoving
Traffic Violation--Driving
While License Suspended 1st
Offense, Cocaine-Sell-With
Intent 1000 ft. of School/Child
Care Facility Schedule II.
2/7/06
Parks, Joshua David;
Male; 22; 15195 Hwy 87, Jay,
FL; Drugs-Possession-
Controlled Substance Without
Prescription, Cocaine-
Possession, Narcotic
Equipment-Possession And


or Use. 2/7/06
Hunter, III, Raymond
Gene; Male; 22; 5991 Airport
Rd., Milton, FL; Traffic
Offense-DUI and Damage
Property. 2/7/06-
Tafoya, Edward ,Ray;
Male; 21; 640 Greenberry Dr.,
Cantonment, FL; DUI. 2/7/06
Dykes, Charles Lyvon;
Male; 51; 1791 Dykestown
Rd., Jay, FL; .Flee/Elude
Police--Flee Elude: Law
Enforcement Officer at High
Speed,:. Nonmoving Traffic
Violation---Drive While
'License Suspended Habitual
Offender, Probation Violation-
Felony. 2/6/06
Hopkins, Luckus Ray;
Male; 42; 5256 Yancy Dr.,
Pace, FL; Assault-Domestic
Violence-Intent to Threat to
do Violence,. Aggravated
Battery-Domestic Violence-,
Offender, Knew Should Have
Known Victim Pregnant.
S2/6/06
Masters, Jr., Christopher
Allen; Male; 25; 1405 Big
Cold Water Creek Rd., Milton,
FL; Probation Violation-
Felony. 2/6/06
Sauls, .Ir., Johnny
Herman; Male; 41; No
Address Given; Burglarn -Of
Structure Conveyance
Unarmed Without Persons
Inside. Larceny -Theft is
$300 or More But Less Than
$5000, Burglar\ -Of
Structure Conveyance
Unarmed Without Persons
Inside. Larcen) -Theft is
$300 or More But Less Than
$5000. Burglary -Of:
Structure Conve\ ance
*Unarmed Without Persons
Inside, Larcen\-Theft is,
$300 or More But Less Than
$5000.2/6/06
Gihhs, Donnie NMN;
Male: 47; 5218 Victoria Dr.,
Milton. FL; Resist Officer-
Flee Elude Law Enforcement
Officer' With Lights Siren
Active, Nonmox ing Traffic
Violation -Dri% ing While
License Suspended 1st,
Offense. 2/6/06
Kirby, Joshua Stephen;
Male;, 32; 4292 Avenida De
Golf, Pace, FL; Larceny-.
Theft'%" '$300 or More But
Less Than $5000.
La'bossiere, Schradena
Grace; Female; 35; 6409
Warren Rd., Milton, FL;
Marijuana-Possession-.
Possession Marijuana Over 20
Grams, Narcotic Equipment-
Possession-And or Use.
2/6/06
Mashburn, Kevin Lee
Daniel; Male;, 21; 4985 Joiner
Cir., Milton, FL; Nonmoving
Traffic Violation-7 Drive
While License Suspended
Habitual Offender. 2/6/06
Young, Patricia Marie;
Female; 40; 6540 College Dr.,
Milton, FL; Larceny-2
Counts-Petit 1st Offense,
Forgery of-2 Counts-Alter
Public Record Certificate Etc,
Fraud-2 Counts-Utter False
Instrument. 2/6/06
Crowe, Mary Ann;
Female; 57; 6839 Fast Gun
Ln., Milton, FL; DUI. 2/6/06
Cruz, Felipe Dejusus;
Male; 39; 6903 Sea Turtle
Cir., Navarre, FL; DUI. 2/5/06
Rutledge, Douglas
Wayne; Male; 25; 249 Old
Post Rd., Niceville, FL; DUI.
2/6/06
Baldwin, Phillip Carnell;


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Male; 36; 6567 Julia Dr.,/
Milton, FL; Failure to Appear, '
For Felony Offense. 2/8/06
Bibb, Angelia Danielle;-,-.
Female; 27;, 7945 Camey Ct.,"';
Milton, FL; Probation
Violation-Felony. 2/8/06
Clemons, Jeremiahl
Jason; Male;. 30; 3334
Westfield Dt, Gulf Breeze;
FL; Public Order Crimes -,
Criminal Attempt Solicit
Conspire 3rd Degree Felony,.
Robbery-By Sudden ,
Snatching Without Firearm or,.
Weapon. 2/8/06
Helmck. Kimberly Lynn;
Female; 48; 1309 Ce3 Ion Dr..,
Gulf Breeze, FL; Battery-,-,
Touch or Strike, Aggravated
Battery-Person Uses A
Deadly Weapon. 2/8/06 ,
Johnson, Jr., Larry Ray ;
Male; 30; 107 Maddox Street,
East Brewton, AL; Probation
Violation-Felony. 10/14/05
T owery. Jr., Douglas
Harold; Male:' 26; .3400'
Robinson Point Rd., Milton,'
FL; Dealing. in Stolen-'
Property. 2/7/06
McDonald, James'
Edward: Male: 49; 26 Jewell'
St., Jay,; ME: Failure to.
Appear for Felony Offense"
2/8/06
Merricks. Christopher
Tyrel; Male: 24; 3741 Sand
Dich Rd., Milton. FL: Failure,
to Appear for Felony Offense'I
2/8/06
Owsley,' Jr., Kenneth,
Miguel: Male; 38; N6';
Address Given; Probatiorn'
Violation-Felony. No Arrest:.'-
Date Given.
Ruyf. Lora Lynn; Female:'
45; 2059 'Government Ct:,"
Gulf Breeze. FL: Baiter -"
On Officer. Firefighter. EMNT.
Etc, Resist Officer- Obstruct
Without Violence. 2/8/06
.Simmons, James Cal% in:?'
Male; 37; 6984l Mertis Way.
Milton, FL: Dealing in Stolen
. Property..2/7/06
Wheeler, James. Edward;'
Male; 21; 3334 Westfield"
Ave., Gulf Breeze, FL; Public
Order Crimes-Criminal
Attempt Solicit Conspire 3rd'
Degree Felony, Robbery-By.
Sudden Snatching Without
Firearm or Weapon. 2.'8/06
Worth, Christophe.r
Lynn;'"Mal-e 31'' 98096
American Farms Rd.., Milton,I
FL; Nonmo'.ing Traffic,
Violation-Driving While
License Suspended lst
'Offense, Cocaine-Possession,,.
Narcotic Equipment-,
Possession-And or Use,
Larceny-Petit 1st Offense,
Fraud-Illegal Use Credit.
Cards-Use More 2 Times 6
Months Obtain Goods Money-
$100 More. 2/8/06 ,
Hughes, Thomas Ste\e:
Male: 48; 5060 Babb Ln,
Milton, FL; Felony Negleci
Child Without Great Harry,
No Arrest Date Given.
Rabb, Sabrina Ann;.
Female; 35; 5060 Babb Ln.,
Milton, FL; Felony. Neglect
Child Without Great Harm.
No Arrest Date Given.
Stricklin, Richard Oneal;
Male; 42; 5737 Yucca,,
Milton, FL; DUI. 2/8/06 -
Stokes, John Paul; Male;,
29; 3981 Holleyberry Ln.-
Milton, FL; DUI Withb
Property Damage an"d
Injuries. No Arrest Date
Given.


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Local


State seeks to strengthen property rights


Move would limit areas' use

of eminent domain powers


By DEBORAH NELSON
Press Gazette Staff Writer
Preventing "blight" and
improving the tax base are not
good enough reasons to take
private -property through emi-
nent domain.
That's according to draft
legislative language from the
Florida Legislature's Select


Committee to Protect Private
Property Rights, released last
week.
The Committee, which
includes Representative Greg
Evers, is working on measures
to strengthen property owner
rights against eminent domain
seizure.
The proposals" focus on
Florida's Community


Sue


Continued From Page One.
"And so," says Santa Rosa
County Attorney Tom
Dannheisser, "we've been in
negotiations with IP for more
than a year, trying to come to
some form of a agreement that
would allow residents to regain
access to the ramps.
,. "But IP has informed us
they do riot want to proceed
with seeking. an agreement. It
seems, with their pending real
estate sales' (IP has announced
plans to sell all of its holdings).
they do not wish to proceed
with negotiations."
Santa Rosa had been work-
ing on an agreement in which
btoth the Northwest Florida
, \Vaer Management District and
Santa Rosa County would.
effectn\ely. take over the road-
\ways leading to the ramps-
relie ing IP of an\ liability.
When IP first announced its
plans to close access to the.
riimps,. it cited increasing prob-
lems % ith
theft, drugs.
graffiti and
dumping on "
its land as '. -' f'
well as
d'am ag e
, from ATV
usane.
i e r e
attempting
to .address
TOM,
tiose con- DANNHEISSER
cerns," says
D'annheiss-
e&, "but IP seems to no. longer
be interested in talking."
And so, the count) 's top
attorney says, "it seems con-
demnation is the only real alter-
native left to us."
S ': "The only way I would ever
s'ipport any type of use of emi-
rieht domain," says Santa Rosa
County Commissioner Don
Salter, "is if it is for the public
good and I think this is a perfect
example of just such a situation.
"Over the last several years,
the county had partnered with
Champion Paper (the previous
6,vner of the land), but ever
since IP took ownership from
Champion, they have been
extremely difficult to, work
with."
With IP no longer interested
in talking, at the next meeting
of county commissioners
(March 9), leaders are expected
to instruct Dannheisser to begin
the process of "taking" IP's
ltand.
Santa Rosa will, most like-
ly, seek 50-foot rights-of-way


along the same route "w here the
roads are presently located..
Between the two properties,
-that translates to about 30 acres.
Dannheisser says Santa
Rosa will, most likely use a
"quick take" process that will
allow the county to take posses-
sion of the land faster than other
ways.
"The disadvantage to this
quick take process," says
Dannheisser, "is that the land
changes hands. but we basically
must agree, in advance, to
whatever \alue the court places
on the land. But we're not talk-
ing about a huge tract." .
Dannheisser says he would
expect the land to be \alued at
"about $5,000 to $10,000" per
acre .. ... ,
Still, even with the quick
take process. the ordeal will not
'be over in time for the opening
of this lear's boating and fish-
ing season.
"I hate that this will not
allow us to get these roads as
quickly as we had hoped," says
Salter,"and ,
one of the \
main rea-
sons is that
IP had lead
us to
believe it

cooperate.

though 'e
will miss .'DON
our initial DON S
goal of get-
ting roads
open in time for Spring, once
we accomplish this condemna-
tion, we will never have to go
through this again."

Story written by Jim
Fletcher. Reach him at:
fletcher@sr-pg.com


Redevelopment Act.
The CRA allows local ggv-
ernments and ,Community
Redevelopment Agencies to
'declare certain areas "blighted,"
and take properties for specula-
tive, private-profit economic
development plans.
The CRA was designed to
improve dilapidated neighbor-
hoods.
Recently, that has included
waterfront properties-like a
pending case in Riviera Beach.
Opponents have, criticized
the fact that not every property
in a designated CRA "blighted"
area must be damaged to be
taken.
The issue received national
attention when the U.S.
Supreme Court ruled, in Kelo v.
the City of New London, CT,
that local governments can take
private property... and hand it
to another private owner, for
economic development proj-
ects.
In Florida, the Committee
is working a draft
Constitutional Amendment. and
changes to Florida Statute to
strengthen property rights.
Two versions have been
proposed, 'Version A' and.
version n B.'
Both agree,, local govern-
ments may not take property to
eliminate slum or '"blight." Nor
ma. they take it to improve the
tax base.
But Version B would allow
takings to eliminate threats to
public health and safety.
In 'Version B,'. property
would d hae 'to be "condemna-
tion-eligible." per one or more
of the following factors:
nuIt's a public or attractive
nuisance.
*It contains a structure
determined by code officials to
be "unfit for human habitation."
,It contains a structure that
is a fire orsafety hazard.
-It contains a structure from
z\hich utilities, plumbing, heat-
ing, sewerage, or other facilities
have been disconnected,
destroyed, removed or rendered
ineffective; to' where the prop-
erty is unfit for, its "intended
use."
*It's a neglected vacant or
unimproved lot in a mostly
developed area that attracts ver-
min or trash.
*It's gone a year without
health or, safety code violations
being corrected.
*It contains environmental
health hazards.
Those categories are not as
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Currently, to declare blight,
officials may consider factors
such as "outdated" building
density patterns (single homes
vs. apartments), falling lease
rates, vacancy levels, or even.
"inadequate street layout,"
when making blight calls.
"It's a tighter definition,"
says Evers of the new Health
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According ,to both pending
versions, governments will no
longer be able to condemn
entire neighborhoods at once,
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and Riviera Beach.
It appears :eminent domain,
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pen on a case by, case basis.
It's not fair, says Evers, to
take a well-maintained property.
because the rest of the neigh-
borhood has gone downhill;
Often, he notes. such takings
involve elderly residents who
have watched the area deterio-
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to move.
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Evers says he supports the
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Let's keep it clean
It's a sad note that, being known for our coun-
ty's quality of life and the fact we're one of the
fastest growing counties in Florida, we're getting a
reputation of being a bunch of slobs and careless
S litterbugs. .
The problem is getting so disturbing that coun-
ty officials are taking measures to seriously crack
dow n on uncaring residents w ho are tossing every-
thing from worn out couches to old appliances
along our roadsides and ditches.
More and more trash and garbage is show ing
up along our roadsides, making the appearance of
our county y;ery unattractive.
It is unfortunate to have a segment of our pop-
ulation getting awaN with making our county unat-
tractive %when there is clearly and absolutely no
acceptable reason.
The voices of concern are being heard loud
and clear and the message our county officials are
issuing is that this behavior will not be tolerated
and will, instead, be taken very seriously.
For the majority of us, pride in li\ ing in Santa
Rosa County means a lot and to hate a fewt slobs
li ing among us is totally unacceptable.
To outsiders visiting our county either for ,
actionn or looking to relocate here. this beha ior
isn't %that theN %%ant to see and neither do %%e.
The problem has become such an issue count
commissioners have entered into an agreement
%with the Berrydale minimum security prison
%%here at least 10 prisoners a %week will pick up
trash. Commissioners have exen authorized the
purchase of a 15-person van to pick those inmates
up, take .them to locations %where theN can pick up
litter and clean up small debris along the roadside.
But. as we are all aware, picking up after slobs
will have little impact toward con% incing them to
stop.
Sheriff Wendell Hall. w"ho is equally con-
cerned. says he %%ants us in on sol ing the problem
and sa\s he plans to hire deputies specifically!
assigned to catch these litterbugs in the act. He
say-, one of the missions will be working the roads,
looking for litterbugs. When found. the\ face a
$500 fine.
Spreading the message that clearly\ states
S we're not going to continue to tolerate such behav-
ior w ill also be important.
The more people that are caught dumping their
garbage and fined, the more impact the action wfll
hate. And a piece of advice we can offer would d be
for anyone who sees people dumping garbage and
trash along our roadways to call the sheriff's
office.
Most of us have cell phones and if we're able
to notify authorities, it will help the sheriff catch
these violators in the act.
S As we've pointed out. there is absolutely no
; excuse for this beha\ ior and \% e applaud our elect-
: ed officials for taking the necessary) action to deal
:'x with a situation that is unacceptable.
With our help and the efforts being taken on
the part of our count) officials, we should be able
to nip this nuisance in the bud. ,:
We've probably\ all been guilt of throw ing a
gum wrapper out the window. Trouble is, today ,
when there are more than 100.000 of us, if each of
us makes only one careless action, it quickly adds.
up to an uglh mess on our streets.
Let's all pitch in and do our part to help keep,
our area beautiful. It's not that much to ask and the
end result is surely worth the effort. i


MARCH 1. 2006
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Asking for more enforcement


FM: Mr. & Mrs. Gregory Abeling
Mr. & Mrs. Travis Foster
MNs. Ranza S. Robinson
Dear Editor:
We. the iabo e i signed. are homeow ners on Grace
Street and \e are w writing this letter of complaint in the
hope of spurring someone to action.
Our complaints .are regarding the low income
apartments managed b\ the Milton Housing
Authority. We ha\e made numerous phone calls to
complain and nothing is e\ter done to correct the prob-
lems.
Here are some examples of the problems %we hate
to endure almost dail; \ou can stand out in the \ard
and look west to ard the corners of Byrom Street and
Grace Street and watch the drug dealers doing their
business. music is played so loudl\ that the pictures
on the %walls vibrate. drag racine is a common occur-
rence, when a car pulls into the apartments, the dmner
just lays on the horn (at all hours of the day or night)
rather than getting out and going to knock on the door.
Almost nightly, there are screaming arguments,
cursing and sometimes physical fights. The children
are e\ern bit as bad as the adults. alxwa\s fighting and
cursing, it is common for there to be children outside
playing and riding bikes at 11 or eten midnight.
I have seen police cars drive right b\ these kids
late at night and not even slow down. Some of these
children are locked outside at daylight and are still
'outside at midnight and, yes, we have called,
Children's Services on several occasions, nothing,
ever changes. .
Rather than using the dumpsters, trash is thrown
everywhere. I cannot begin to count, the pounds of
trash I hate picked up in front of my home. I under-
stand that now the tenants are allotted to have pets,
which explains the eter0increasing number of cats
and dogs running loose, causing problems.,
I (Mrs. Abeling) am so tired of those people ior-
menting and teasing mN dogs. Adults and children
alike go by and throw% cans and bottles at im' dogs,-
they kick the fence, poke sticks through the fence,
scream obscenities at them and it is unbelief able the
sick delight they seem to take in such actions.
We had no idea what we were getting ourselves
into when we bought our homes and, of course, it is
impossible to sell. Our property values continue to
drop.
Our hope is that by sending, this letter, some
changes will be made. We. the homeowners on Grace
Street. are tax-paying citizens and we are entitled to
some peace. .
Lastly, would someone please explain to us how
the tenants can drive new or nearly-new vehicless and
still qualify to live in these apartments?


Courthouse group is back

FM: W.O. JONES
Dear Editor:
They're coming. They're coming. They're com-
ing.
They're back. They're back. They're back.
THEY are the courthouse crowd who want you to
buy them a palace for them to work in at a cost of $40
to $80 million.
Why, maybe, $80 million? Based on recent major


county building spending, both hate ended up twice
to three times %what was originally projected.
The initial cost projected on the jail \\as $12 mil-
lion. then the roof blew\ off even though some $24
nullion was spent.
Then %we were told on the radio and in the media
that the county office complex behind McDonald's
would cost $3.7 million. When last I checked "v ith the
count\. over two \ears ago. the cost %%as at over $11
million.
If \ou were going to build a business or a home.
v. would you go alone with this?
Remember that those in charge did not consider
the Vanit\ Fair building or the old Piggl \ Witegg
complex -both of which could have been put togeth-
er for some 25%c of v\ hat the\ w anted to spend and, of
course., would not haxe been a palace.
Those in charge \would not consider proposals of
a person \h bo would not benefit.
The\ blew out misinformation, smoke and mir-
rors or eten outright lies that some or none of these
could pro\ ide the paranoid security the\ wanted.
So, if the\ decide to bypass you. remember them
at the next election.


Sorry we're not welcome

FM: CHUCK AND SUE DOYLE
Dear Editor:
We 'have lived within a tenth of a mile of the
lmilon City Cemetery for the past 30+ ,ears. \\e"'e
spent many hours walking there' for exercise and vis-
iting the gravesites of friends and relatives.
After Katrina. we adopted an older "pound
pupp' who dearly loves to walk on a leash. Because
the roads in our area are too dangerous for pedestrian
traffic, we take her with us when \we walk for exer-
cise. She does not litter nor vandalize grave markers
as humans often do, and for the information of the
"'officials'" you mentioned, we alwta\s scoop her
poop.
I hardly ihink that w walking a dog on a leash in a
cemetery can be classified as "using it for a dog
park". We are saddened that we are not welcome
there.

Don't stop for my coffin
FM: PAUL DeLESDERNIER
Dear Editor:
When I die, there is no need to stop traffic to
honor me in any v, a\. Let the traffic flow, have the,
teachers, teach; the police, patrol; and the dedicated
doctors, heal. Let the mothers shop for their children
and the old retired tyrants drive in peace. looking for
,a better place or deal.
I have long since left my poor pathetic wrinkled
up old and tired body, and immediately traveled up to
sit with God. There is no need to shed a tear or stop
to honor me, as I have had. all the honors I needed
here on earth while alive. I have made my life:and,
lived it to the fullest, and now have moved on.
So, keep the traffic flowing, and go about your
business, as your day is also coming soonI
enough...all too soon, but all for the better life.
'Remember, I will be watching from up
above., .so, please, grant me my wish.


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You Spoke Out,

Santa Rosa...
Sunday. 8:31 p.m.
I'd like to thank \ou for the
%erx informative article on isolat-
ed wetlands in last week's paper. I
didn't realize the\ filter our %wafer
or that the\ protect our neighbor-
hoods from flooding. I hope Rep.
E\ers \ill push to make the new '.
lawts effective now rather than
waitingg until after the wetlands
are all developed.

Saturday, 7:26 p.m.
I'm calling about the corn-
plaints about the city code
enforcer. Haxe an\ of the people
calling to complain thought about
getting off their duffs and trying
to help?

Saturday. 3:50 p.m.
I just wanted to let everyone
know there is a new Chnstran
bookstore in Pace behind CVS.
\\e don't ha\e to go to Pensacola
any more.

Saturday. 3:16 p.m.
Hi. I'm Bett. Can we possi-
bl1 "ait until after hurricane sea-
son to re-do Highwa\ 90? Wcrk
right now might hinder evacila-
tion if it is needed. Also. let's all
do our part to cut down on litter.
Let's keep bou community beauti-
ful.

Saturday, 10:55 a.m.
This is Joe. I \wonder wh\
these people ran around in the
dark with their lights off. It would
seem they would be smart enough
to see that other people hate their
lights on. You knox\. it is hard to
see a black car in the dark.

Friday. 6:12 a.m.
This is Jackie. I'm a senior
citizen. Please tell me that:you
will never print the garage sales
the tiny size they were printed, in
last Saturday.
Editor's Note: We will not do
that again. It was a mistake and
we were equally shocked to see
the way it turned out in print.
You almost needed a free magni-
fying glass to read it.

Thursday, 5:24 p.m. -
Thanks, Paul, for calling in
about Willard Norris Road, I
agree. It is a mess, far worse than
Highway 90. Another thing, com-
ing into Milton on 90 at Ward
Basin Road, next to the car wash
is terrible eyesore. They got rid
of the' old shack, let's get rid of
this one. What would people
think coming intoMilton?


You may Speak Out any
time, day or night. Just call our
Speak Out line at 623-5887
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childrenn as Christmas presents.
"We couldn't do everything
,e wanted with the bikes, but
we got them rideable and safe
for the children.", says
Hammonds.
Those first four bikes were
given to Bishop Cecil Downing
at Shepherd's House Ministries
who, iii turn, gave them to
,,deserving children in the
Milton community.
"We took three of our youth
with us when we delivered the
bikes to Bishop Downing," said
Hammonds.
"There was a little look of


ments.
.The staff from Black-water.
led by Keith Slayer, then has to
weed through them to find
bikes that are capable of being
refurbished or parts that can be
used to repair other bikes.
Hammonds is also hoping
either a benefactor or a compa-
ny in the area might team with
the Blackwater Stop Camp in
the bike program.
"I would like to see some-
one help us out by providing
the safety gear. like helmets, to'
go along with the bikes we are
refurbishing." Hammonds
states.


Groups getready for life relays

event, which extends oNernight Milton Relay's Steering
By DEBORAH NELSON and into the morning. Committee meets March 7. 6
Press Ga:ere Staft ''rner Teams take turns circling p.m.. at the Santa Rosa Medical
Area Relay for Life organ- the track (walking. jogging or Center Cafeteria.
izers are gearing up for this running laps). For more information on
. *ear's events. In the meantime, food, the Milton Relay, contact
- The annual Relay walk activities and other events help Mellani Gilbert. Chair. at 626-
Sraises funds for the American keen participants on their toes. 5044.


:-.Cancer Society.
L Each Spring, relay teams
S-organize and make plans for the


-;By DEBORAH NELSON
.Press Ga:ence Staff t'nter
The' Great American
Cleanup is coming to Santa
Rosa County. next month.
The e\ent is scheduled for
rEarth Day, which falls on
,;.Saturday. April 22 this year.
'.. Volunteers are invited to
meet at designated streets. high-
ways. parks and other public
areas to pick up trash and
_.gebns. ., -
Santa Rosa's Clean
%.Community System is sponsor-
ing the event, and \\ill provide
th,site captains to oersee cleanup.
Rendez\ous locations will
.,*e. .located. al East Milton,
.Milton, Pace, Gulf Breeze, Jay
and Navarre sites.


....r r .F .
Organizers say volunteers
.:are welcome to attend upcom-
ing meetings and lend a hand.


Participants should wear
gloves and some form of \ isible
safety vest.
Organizers recommend a
"buddy system." with two vol-
unteers on each side of a
street.'highway and t\\o in the
median.
An estimated one mile of
street or highway takes 45-60 ,
minutes to walk and clear.
May 6 is scheduled as a
backup rain da\.
Clean Communimt organiz-
ers suggest early registration.,
Contact them at 623-1930.

Storm 'i-riitc;t II-Deborah
Nelson. Reach her at:
_' Nelson@sr-pg.com


Pace Relay's Steering
Committee meets March 2. 6
p.m.. at Dixon Pnrmary School.
The Pace Relany ill happen
April 7 and 8,. at Pace High
Football Stadium.
For more informationon
the Pace Relay, contact Shirley
Parker, at 261-8718, or
chipark ti'hell-outh.net.

Riverwalk Arts

set for March
Santa Rosa's 18ih annual
Riverwalk Arts Festival hap-
pens March 11 and 12 this
year...and organizers say it's
.not too late to sponsor the
event.
Sponsors receive free
advertising the Riverwtalk
Program., which goes to all vis-
itors, recognition in advertising
and publicity and an invitation
to the Artists's Reception.
Sponsorships are tax
deductible. .
Contact fPaila Lou Mapoles
at 626-9567.


pnde on their faces at what they
had done."
The youth at Blackwater
have not yet been able to begin
work on a second set of bikes.
"We are not producing
bikes as quickly as we would
like," says Hammonds.
"We have to wait during the
90-day waiting period the
police department has to go
through before we can get the
bikes."
Hammonds says Brand and
his department are now keeping
the better bikes that come into
their possession in a shed to
keep them safe from the ele-


up their community hours."
Hammonds would,e'en be
open to working on more pro-
grams with Bishop Downing
and his Shepherd's House
Ministry.
Anyone interested in help-
ing the Black-water Stop Camp


"That way, when a child
gets a bike, they: will also get
the safety equipment to use it
properly."
Brand agrees this would be
a great idea 'if someone can be
found, something he is taking
upon himself to work on.
"It would be ideal to be able
to provide both the bike and a
helmet," Brand said.
Hammonds says his boys
enjoyed doing the work on the
first set of bicycles.
"'Our boys not only had fun
working on the bikes, and rid-
ing them a little, but also giving
back to the community."'
Hammonds stated.
Hammonds says the bike
program is just the beginning
for his youth.
"We just joined the
Chamber of Commerce and
would d like to use that to get our
youth more inxolled in other
volunteer programs.,"
Hammonds said.
"This way, they can build


with its bicycle program or
other volunteer efforts can con-
tact Hammonds at 957-0995.

Story written by Jeff
: Everts. Reach hin at:
e erts'@sr-pg.com


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The Milton Housing Authority, located at 5668 Byrom Street, Milton, will'reopen the
section 8 Rental Assistance Waiting List on Tuesday, March 14, 2006 and
Wednesday, March 15. 2006. Applications will be accepted and eligible families
will be placed on the Waiting List according to the date and time marked on their
application. You may contact the Milton Housing Authority at 623-0482 or
623-8216 to obtain information on the eligible criteria for the Section 8 Waiting List.

When making application for rental assistance, all persons) must provide our
office with Birth Certificates and Social Security Cards for all family members. The
Authority also requires current income statement or proof of income for each
person or family member that has income, regardless of source. Income
statements that are over 120 days old will not be accepted, except for
social Security, Veteran's Administration and Pension or Retirement type of
statements, which are issued annually.

The Milton Housing Authority's Section 8 Housing Assistance Payment Program is
and Equal Opportunity Program and does not discriminate against any person
because of race, color, creed, religion,sex,age, or source of income.

Applications will be taken from 8:30 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. and 1:30 p.m. to 3:30 p.m.


I Phyllis Broxson, Director ~ Milton Housing Authority -
5668 Byrom Street, Milton, FL 32570 (850) 623-0482/ 623-8216


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By DEBORAH NELSON IHooker alleged that a con- mobile homeowners have the Commissioner John Broxson.
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Church
Continued From Page One.
Middle School was moved to
Mt. Pleasant to aoid last mear's
traffic snarls, say officials.
Traffic at the Pace
Assembly of God is being
rerouted, and officials say they


believe backups at that I
ha\e been solved.
The County recently
a lease with Sterling Fil
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anN Ad Valorem increase on
that basis alone...l still feel like
eminent domain is only to be
used for the traditional takings
for roads, for schools. for utili-
ties. for that kind of thing."
EBers sass it \\as concerns
over problems like crack hous-
es. fire hazards and other public
safer issues that prompted the
Public Health and Safety
clause.
If those takings fall w within
CRA zones, the property\ mas
be transferred to another privy ate
ow ner, according to Version B
verbage.
"You had some members of
the Committee \\ho felt like, if
%%e took eminent domain from a
CRAl. then they couldn't do
their job." Evers recounts.
The HealthiSafety clause
does allo\ for property owners
to fix health violations, and
a\oid eminent domain seizure.
"If the person is \willing to
correct the problem, then there
Sill be no taking." Evers notes.
Proposed legislation also
contains a clause that wouldd


give displaced homestea(
ers 24 months to find
homestead. and still kee
our Homes tax protection
The difference betme
ne"w home's assessed ai
values could not exceed L
ference between the
home's. according to th
posed bill.
Regardless of the I
tion's final verbage. it al:
in the future, goverr
themselves will ha'e to
eminent domain calls
versions prohibit local g
ments from delegating e
domain powers to "Comr
Redevelopment Agencies
Evers says either %
%will upgrade property o
current protections.
"Somew here betwei
two is \\here we'll end u
notes.
"I think %we've come
way in protecting pr
rights in the State of Flor
Stoty 'wrinien by D(
ANelson. Reach
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cation facility ill serve as a central'
receiving, storage and distribu-
signed tioi point for emergency. sup-
bers in plie.
\are- It's part of a larger
'Neighbor Helping Neighbor"
e foot training program sponsored by,
the Community Emergencs
Response Team (CERTi.
CERT trains citizens in
basic emergency skills., with ar
d on- end goal of integrating them
-into larger emergency response
a new efforts.
p Sate .Officials say churches may
.n the potential\ pro% ide a good
d far resource to assist government
nd ifar disaster workers.
he dif- That includes National
taken .
taken Guard troops. who ideally
e pro- deplo to a disaster zone for 72
hours maximum.
egisla- "We need our own folks to
.pears. take over at some point,"
nments Gomillion points out.
Smake Officials sa\ the, hope the
-both
partnership "ill create a central
'ove.m- |location for information
eminent
exchange. The Count) is put-
ting together a database to track
church acties, for the
version I
e upcoming storm season.
owners ..
"We-\%ant it to-be about
the folks helping folk s." notes
S.,e ".couni\ Logistics Chief Rick
., he Harris. Harris is heading up the;
volunteer program.
ra long Officials emphasize that cilt-
operda izens should have three dais of
food and water on hand. before
e bolrah
her a storm.
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Brasher,
Wilburn Glen
"John" Brasher

1929-2006,
Wilburn Glen "John"
Brasher, age 76, of Milton
died peacefully at his home
after living valiantly as a para-
plegic for 35 years.
Mr. Brasher was born in
Reno, South. ,arolina and had
lived in the milton area since
August of 1968. Mr. Brasher
was a U.S. Marine Veteran of
World War II and Korea. He
was a member of the St. Rose
of Lima Catholic Church and a
member of the Knights of
Columbus Council #7027.
Mr. Brasher was preceded
in death by his father and
mother-Melvin and Beulah
Brasher; two brothers-Aaron
Brasher and Edwin Brasher;
three sisters-Mildred, Polly,
and Edna, and his first wife-
Joanna Biiggs Brasher.
NMr. Brasher is survived by
'his wife of almost 39 years -
Bett' Campbell Brasher of
Milton; five children-Elise
(Richardi James of MNilion:
Joseph Paul (Tpni) Brasher of
Omaha, NE, Terese (Leslie).
Pipkins of Albany, GA; Gerard.
Brasher of Pensacola; and
Elizabeth "Betsy" ,(Tony)
Severino, of' Newnan, GA;
nine grandchildren-Joanna
Northrop,'. Thomas James,.
Heather James, Rebecca
Brasher, Jocelyn Brasher,
Katelyn Severino,' Nicholas
Severino, Rachel Pipkins, and
Alana Brasher;. one great
grandchild-' Bentle- Moore;
one sister-Imogene Nichols
of 'Alabaster, AL; several
nieces and nephews.,
Funeral Services for Mr.
Brasher were held 10:30 a.m,
on Wednesday, February' 22,
2006 at the St. Rose of Lima
Catholic Church in Milton w' ith
Father Peter Nguyen officit-
ing.
; Pallbearers will be brethren
of the Knights of Columbus.
Burial were at a later date
|n the Barrancas National.
emetery.
The family received friends
Tuesday February 21,,2006 at
the Lewis Funeral Home in
"Milton.
SRosary Services was held
,Tuesday evening during the
visitation. -
.: The family requests that'in
1 ieu of flowers, please make
.memorial contributions to
'Co'enant Hospice.


Bessie J. Bailey
1912 -2006
Mrs. Bessie J. B.ile>. age
93 of Milton, passed away
Sunday, February 26, 2006.
She was a native of Jay, Florida
and a lifelong resident of Santa
Rosa County. Mrs. Bailey was.
a member of the Brownsdale
,Baptist Church.
She was preceded in death
by he husband, Theodore R.
Bailey, her. parents David
Avery and Lizzie H. Penton
Ard; a son-in-law, Dan Booth,
a sister Bama Simmons, and
brothers: Omer, Jim and
Howard Ard.
She is survived by her
Sister-Clara Key of.
Niceville, FL; Dr. T. Wayne
iFrancesi Baile\ of DeLand,
FL, Betty ('Chailes') Williams
of Lutz,.FL. Callie (Jerry)'
Leonard of Mobile. AD, and
Jeanette (Jan) Booth of Milton;
Grandchildren Sherrille
(Dane) Akin, Kim (Tom)
Pritchett, Terry. (Romi) arid
Patrick (Betty) Ann Bailey,
Jennifer Williams, David
(Denise) Leonard, Susan
Goleman, Sandy (Terry)
Wilson and Stephen (Lisa)
Booth; 14 great grandchildren,
special niece-Nell (Rufus)
Whitfield, nephew-J. E.
SRubyi Simmons.
Funeral services for Mrs.
* BaIley will be at ,2:00 p.m.,
\Vednesda\. March 1. 2006 in
the Lewis Funeral Home
Chapel with Rev. Jeff Leake
officiating. Burial \ill follow
in the Elizabeth Chapel
Ce meter\ \lth Lew is ,Funeral
Home directing.
The family will receive'
friends, one hour before servic-
es at the Funeral Home.
Active Pallbearers will 'be
Stephen and- Timothy Booth,
Joel and David Leonard,
Charles Williams and Frank
Lowery. Honorarn Pallbearers
will be Members of
Bro nsdale Baptist Church
and Wheeler Cook. Sam.and
Rex Godw in and Mr. and Mrs.
James Haw thorne.
.Flowers are welcome or
contributions may be made to
The ..American Lung
.A,-.'-cia iion of FL, 4300 Bayou
Blvd. Pensacola, FL 32503.

Pearson,
Robert Leslie
1947-2006
Robert Leslie Pearson, age
59, passed away Friday,,
February 24, 2006. He was
born December 6, 1947, in
Pensacola, FL, but had resided'
in Santa Rosa County for many
'ears.
He is preceded in death by
his father-Albert Lee
Pearson. Sr.: and daughter-
\\a londa Pearson.
NMr. Pearson is surx ived by
IIsI mother- Minnie E.


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Pearson, Milton, FL; 2 broth-
ers-Albert Lee '(Carol)
' Pearson, Jr. of Memphis, TN,
and Larry E. (Brenda) Pearson
of Milton, FL; five sisters-
Patricia A. (Bob) Morrow of
Milton,. Edith Pearson of
Cantonment, FL, Estelle
Pearson, of Milton, Alma
(Don) Kotula, of Milton, and
Mary Alice Pearson of Milton;
aunt-Bertha Fagen of Milton,
FL; eight nephews, two nieces
and their children.
Funeral services for Mr.
Pearson will be 12:30,
Wednesday, March 1, 2006,
graveside at Barrancas
National Cemetery with Lewis
Funeral Home directing.

Bardin, Bill M.
1959-2006

Bill M'. Bardin, age 46, went
home to be with his Heavenly
Father,. Wednesday, February
22, 2006 after a brief, but


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courageous battle with cancer.
Bill is survived by his loving
wife-Nona, his three sons-
* Mikhy, Matt.and Eli, all of Jay,
FL; his mother-Arlene
Bardin; his father-Dan
Bardin (Connie); two sisters-
Elaine Gimlin (Luck) and
Theresa Howard (Matt), and
one brother-Clay Bardin
(Kim);his "mom" in-law-
Peggy Norris, and brother-in-
law-Norman Norris; grand-
mother-Minnie Mae Bardin,
nephews-Lucas Gimlin,
Christopher Bardin, Noah
Bardin, Luke Bardin, Tient
Howard; niece-Rachel
Bardin, aunts, uncles, cousins
and numerous friends.
Bill was: an outdoorsman who,
lo\ed fishing and hunting. He
%as a man of the old South
who loved' his family\ and
friends. His work: at Gulf
Po,. er spanned 28 years and he
considered his co-workers his
extended family. Bill was a
.friendly and giving person who


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never met a stranger. We will
all miss him greatly.
Funeral services were held
Sunday, 2:30 p.m., February
26, 2006 at Pace Assembly of
God with Pastors Glyn Lowery
and Ron Carnley officiating.
Graveside services followed at
Juniper Creek Cemetery.
In honor of Bill, guests were
asked to wear blue jeans.
Pallbearers were Timmy
Harris, Philip Stewart, Stephen
Howell, Andy Carnm le, Louie
Salter and Ron Anthony.
Honorary pallbearers were
Bill's Gulf Power. family.
The'famil\ would like to thank
Diane Nestle, Nurses. Emily,
Jacque. Jeremi. and Deanna on
2 North at West Florida
Hospital for the %wonderful care
Bill received.
Donnie Sc6 ell Funeral Home
is in charge of arraiiniements.
In lieu of flowers, donations
can be made to the account
established for Bill's family by.
contacting Regions Bank.


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The groundbreaking blessing
and framing of another Habitat
for Humanity Home is planned
for 8 a.m., Saturday, March 4,
2006. The Rev. Msgr. Luke
fHunt will lead the ceremonies.
The home will be built in East
Bay area of Gulf Breeze for a
single mother and her 3 children
by St. Ann Catholic Church in
Gulf Breeze and Our Lady of
the Assumption Mission Church


on Pensacola Beach. This %%ill
be the 9th Habitat for Humanity
Home built by St. Ann and Ouri
Lady.
The team Habitat for Humanity
home building project is com-
pleted primarily by volunteers
on Saturday and will continue
through completion of the
home. About 20 volunteers
from St. Ann and Our Lady will
work with volunteers from


Melissa Greene in concert


Habitat and the recipient of the
home toward completion of the
building.
The trusses ,and decking are
scheduled to be added to the
home on Saturda., March -11
followed by the roof and siding
' of the home on Saturday, March
18th. Insulation, plumbing and
electrical work will then be
added bN professional subcon-
tractors. Painting of the interior


of the home % ill be completed
by the volunteers %when the sub-
contractors are through with
their work to the home.,
Additional volunteers are still
needed for the completion of
the home. Please call St. Ann at
932-2859, or Habitat at 434-
5456 to volunteer, to make a
donation of cash or in-kind
materials or for more informa-
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' the Cumuki. After :(.11:600 a.m. will relate.. tothat
c & dot program, the church' is week's devotion. We invite
g a,, parents .a-nd -staff the .everyone to yisit .our church.
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MOMS Club to meet Monday
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Ask the Preacher

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


Dear Pastor Gallups, "I am confused about all this ANGEL
stuff that is all over the place. Exactly what does the Bible have
to say about angels and. hat the\ really are"'" S.D. Pace
S.D, I think it is interesting to note that the Bible ALWAYS
presents angels in the masculine form. Whene% er they appear to
humans, they always appear in the male form and almost
always as a striking arid imposing figure of strength and the
glory of God. Almost EVERY time that the "" world" presents an
angel, they are presented in the female form or as a fat little
bab\ (from Greek mythology.). In my opinion this is just anoth-
er attempt on Satan's part to pervert the truth of God's Word and
creation.
The Bible s as in the book of Hebrews that the angels are
sent as ministering spirits to God's children. They are also, fel-
low ser ants of the Most High God, along w ith human children
of God (.born again Christians The book of Re\elation makes
this clear. The Bible makes clear that angels are NOT to be
prayed to or depended upon for strength and encouragement.
This comes from the Lord Jesus, alone! They are not to be
"called up' or "summoned'. They certainly are not to be wor-
shipped in ANY fashion whatsoever. They are not to be glen
any glorN other than \\ hat the Word clearly gises them as a part
of God's creation. I personally am opposed to "angel" jewelry
or statues as a means of decoration. I think it is very close to
idolatry.
There is so much more that the Bible has to say about the
subject of angels. S.D., I would suggest getting a Bible and a
good concordance and doing your own Biblical studN of this
topic. It should lead you to further AWE for the Lord Jesus and
His awesome creation that includes the angels as well as
mankind! But remember, S.D.. YOU are more special than all
the angels put together! Jesus ne\er died on a cross for ANY
angel. He ne\er shed his blood for a single angelic being. He
did that for YOU! You are the crowning glory of God's cre-
ation' The angels themselves know' this!
Ca, I Gallips is ihi Pastoi c Hickott Haincii1dk Baptist Church. n MAlton.
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Business Review


Hammersmith Storage:


SOffering comply
By OBIE CRAIN
Special Projects Writer


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If you happen to be. "cas-
ing" the area in your car trying
to locate a conventional stor-
age facility for your personal
use, there's a chance you might
just drive right past the upscale
Hammersmith Storage Center
without ever realizing it to be
that kind of a business..
Situated behind an attrac-
tive iron fence with an appeal-
ing, well manicured entrance,
it could, at first, well be mis-
taken for a gated community.
Only the name gives it
away.
But that's the effect the
owners were trying to achieve
when they built the facility.
Immediately east of the
impressive Hammersmith resi-
dential subdivision entrance on
Berryhill Road, Hammersmith
Storage blends in well with the
neighborhood's esthetic en'i-
ronment and does little to call
attention to itself as a commer-
cial establishment.
Owners Ed Nettles, John
Wood, Mark Kirchharr. and
Louis Cassida decided to build
the storage facilht after care-
fully considering how the
property could be put to its
best use. A small part of the
real estate was included in a.
utility easement. and that had
to be taken into consideration.
But it didn't take lone to
come up with a \ able solution.
With Ed Nettles'. John
Wood's. and Louis Cassida's
prior experience and expertise
in the operations of commer-
cial storage facilities., it %\as
practically made to order for
what has now become one of
the most attractive and produc-
tive projects in the neighbor-


:ilities with outdoor, indoor, and climate contr



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SEEMs a INS


rete storage fac
hood.
Prior successful self stor-,
age projects which include
Glover Lane Self Storage built
in the late 1980s on Glover
Lane and Parkmore Storage
south of Parkmore Plaza off
Highway 90 in Milton built in
1999 led to the conclusion that
there definitely was a need for
that kind of facilities in the
area. And judging from the
growth evident in the Pace
area, the developers saw the
same need de% eloping there.'
So Hammersmith Storage
began taking shape in 2004.
,"After a couple, of hurricanes
and a couple of tropical storms..
we've come a long way," said
Louis Cassida whose Cassida
Construction Company is
building the complex.
"There's a strong market
force out in this area." Louis
continued. "With property val-
ues on the upswing,. propertN
restrictions are increasing rap-
idly as well." As residential
areas become increasinglh
upscale more attenuon is being
paid to items like boats. R\s
and trailers. Neighborhoods are
frowning on having these
pieces of equipment sitting in
'driveways, and. there is -a
greater need for having them
safely stored away from the
home. he said. .
"That's where we come-
in,", he said. "We're offering
the facilities to safely and
securely store these items close
to home in the neighborhood."
At Hammersrmth Storage cus-
tomers will find both indoor
and outdoor storage as "ell as
climate controlled facilities.
Sizes vary from 10x10 ft. areas
to 10x15 ft. and 10x20 ft.
areas. There are regular metal
buildings that are used for stor-


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Women for Service toCommunity


entl\. de elopment wise, Louis
explained. "Instead of building
a 100,000 square foot facility
and %waiting for it to fill up.
we're kind of building in phas-
es as demand dictates." he
said. "Right now we're alreadN
in Phase Three. We'%e had a
real big response w ith a lot of
input from the public on what
customers would liketo have.:
When we're through, we'll
have about 100,000 square feet
of space available. And with
what we're putting up now,
we're about half way there."
"We're, still in the process
of expanding, and we like to
think we're growing with the
community," Louis said. "If
there's a sen ice we don't pro-
vide or isn't available in the
market place, we look favor-
ably on someone talking to us
about it. We'ie open to sugges-


Stions, and as we grow and
there are customer needs or
services that we are not meet-
J ing, perhaps we' can w ork
them into future- building
planss" ,
.Of course Hammersmith
offers all the au\iliarN items
connected to storage needs.
too. You'll find boxes, bubble
wrap. moving pads. sealing
supplies., all kinds of odds and
ends that make the storage
chore a little more comfort-
able. The storage units are eas-
ily accessed, the grounds are
well lighted and secure, and
there aren't any parking
restraints.
.lHammersmith Storage is
not only situated in an attrac-
tive setting, the buildings and
grounds reflect a lot of class as
%well. Esthetically blended into
the env ironment, the business_


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9lled space
enhances rather than detracts
from the neighborhood set-
ting.
"We could have, come in
and put up standard warehous-
es, and done so a lot less
expensively," Louis said, "but
we're trying to be a good
neighbor in the community by
being a part of it and taking
pride in our surroundings."
As a matter of fact a sign
on the front gate landscaping
points out that they are the
recent recipients of the presti-
gious Milton Garden Club's
Community) Pride A% ard.
Hammersmith Storage
o~ ners and employees take
pnde in their family relation-
ships as well as the business.
Both Louis Cassida and Mark
Kirchharr are sons-in-law of
Ed Nettles. Mark is married to
Ed's daughter Kellum, and
Louis is married to her sister
Heather. John Wood.of course
is a close family fnend and
associate as well as being
involved in the business as an
investor.
Karen Williams is
Hammersmith Storage general
manager and will be happ. to
talk to any prospective cus-
tomer about an\ of the servic-
es the business offers. You can
reach her for an\ information
or details about what they
have to offer at Hammersmith
Storage at i,850i 994-0444.
Hours are 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
NlondaN through FridaN. and
from 9 a.m. to 1,p.m. on
Saturday .
Drive by and admire the
facility. Then stop in and see
how they may be able to help
you. The address is 4240
Berry hill Road in Pace, imme-
diately east of the
Hammersmith Subdivision
entrance.
Everyone you meet there
will be friendly) and respon-
sive and helpful and produc-
tive.
And at Hammersmith
Storage they'll just be happi
to "keep our stuff!"


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Burkett sits on the JA board as
the student liaison, volunteers
with JA to help break the cycle
of teen pregnancy, and has a
state leadership role with
Health Occupations Students
of America. In the .spirit of out-
reach, she organized and deliv-
ered more than $2,000 worth of
donated supplies to friends and
family members in Biloxi after
Hurricane Katrina struck.
Shirley Cornett created a
free medical' clinic to assist
those who could not afford
health care in Santa Rosa
County. The Good Samaritan
Clinic opened in 2004, right
after Hurricane Iv an de' stated
Northwest Florida. She accom-
plished the Herculean task of
obtaining funding for' this
endeavor at a critical time for
our community. Since then,
more than 1,200 patients have
received medical advice and
prescription medications.
Corrett also serves as the exec-
utive director of Interfaith
Ministries, which has assisted
nearly 3,000 people in need
with financial aid, food, and
clothing.
Creator of the "Heart
Gallery" of Northwest Florida,
-Catherine-Gallagher has helped
provide hard-to-place children
in adoptive families. Gallagher
recruited photographers and


.took the children on field tripS
to have their photos taken
while participating in activities
that reflected each child's true
.spirit. The gallery's display of
photos resulted in several
adoptions. In addition,
Gallagher helped found Gulf
Coast Kids' House, which pro-
vides a safe environment for
children of abuse to talk about
issues affecting, them, and
helped establish a Habitat for
Humanity chapter in
Pensacola. She also has served
as a volunteer -for several
organizations, including Red.
Cross after Hurricane Ivan and
Loaves & Fishes.
Burkett, Cornett and
Gallagher also will vie: for
national Spirit of Women
awards. If any of our local win-
ners win an award on the'
national level, she will be
flown to the national Spirit of
Women Awards ceremony later
this year.
The Spirit of Women
Awards program is sponsored
by Sacred Heart, Women's
Hospital, Northwest Florida's
leading provider of specialized
care for women. For a list of all
of the nominees and more
information on the top three
winners, visit the Sacred Heart
Health System Web site at
,www.sacred-heart.org.


REQUEST FOR INTERESTED BIDDER

PROGRAM YEARS 2006-2008

The Workforce Escarosa, Inc. is interested in accepting proposals
from potential providers for programs to be operated under' the
Workforce Florida 2000 initiatives for the following activities:

Workforce Investment Act:
Escarosa Career Center Director
Universal. and Unassisted Core Services
Eligibility, Assisted Core, Intensive and Training Services,
to included Case Management and Job Development
Innovative Youth Program Services

Workforce Florida activities have been reviewed and approved by
Workforce Escarosa, Inc. All activities are federally funded at the
local level, arid all approved programs must be provided in accor-
dance with federal, state and local policies and procedures.
Performance standards will be tired to contract funding. Proposals
will cover the. contract periods of PY 2006-2009 which is July 1,
2006 through June 30, 2009.


Interested bidders must submit either a letter of intent to bid via
e-mail, fax or mail no later than March 17, 2006 to the following
address, or attend the appropriate bidders' meetings) to be held at
the address below on March 17, 2006:


Email: elebrun@escarosa.org
Fax: (850) 473-0935
Mail: Edward Le Brun
Executive Director
Workforce Escarosa, Inc.
9111-A Sturdevant Street
Pensacola, FL 32514


The bidders' meetings shall be as follows:


* Escarosa Career Center Director 9:a.m.
* Universal and Unassisted Core Services 10:00a.m.
.* Eligibility, Assisted Core, Intensive and Training Services 11:00a.m.
* All Youth Services 12:00 p.m.


Letters of Intent to Bid should state the area of service for which you
intend to bid.


HAMMERSMITH STORAGE IS COMMUNITY PRIDE!-The "Partners" who are bringing you
Hammersmith Storage have already contributed handsomely to the self-storage needs in the Milton
area by making available self-storage facilities on Glover Lane and south of Parkmore Plaza on
Parkmore Drive.. Local businessmen whom you will no doubt recognize from other community activi-
ties include, left to right, Iohn Wood, Mark Kirchharr, Louis 0. Cassida, and Ed Nettles. They're help-
ing to make your storage chores a little more pleasant. IPhoto by Obie Crain.'


A total of 113 area women
were honored for their commu-.
nity service work Tuesday
night, Feb. 21, during the
Seventh Annual Spirit of
Women Awards Gala at the
Saenger Theatre in downtown.
Pensacola. The Gala is spon-
sored each year by Sacred
Heart Women's Hospital.
Three of the 113 women
were recognized with Spirit of
Women Awards for making
significant .contributions-
toward improving the qualitN
of life in their communitie-.
The winners in each of the
three award categories are:
Carissa Burkett of
Pensacolai- Youth Recipient
Shirley Cornett of Gulf
Breeze Healthcare Recipient
Catherine Gallagher of
Pensacola Community
Recipient

A student at West Florida
High School, Carissa Burkett is
active with organizations
including Pensacola's Promise,
Junior Achievement (JA) and
Health Occupations Students
of America. With Pensacola's
Promise, Burkett serves as a
leader of Chain Reaction, a
teen volunteer center where she
helps recruit, train and act as a
role model for new volunteers
in our community She has
logged more than 500 hours for
this cause alone. In addition,



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ing conventional items and cli-
mate controlled areas for stor-
\ ing sensitive equipment such as
electronics and the like.
"It has worked out well.
having all these different facili-
ties linked to some degree."
Louis pointed out. referring to
the Glover Lane and Parkmore
properties Sharing the same
owners, as they all do. has
proven to be beneficial in that
theN each profit from the man-
agement experiences 'of the
others.
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Legals


e hT Santa Rose Press e


Wednesday Marchl, 2006


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT 01
THE FIRST JUDICIAL CIR
CUIT, IN AND FOR, SANT,
ROSA COUNTY, FLORIDA
Case No.: 05-2260
Division: M
Cherse Navristy
Petitioner
and
Bryon Navrisky
Respondent.
NOTICE OF ACTION FOI
DISSOLUTION OF MAR

TO: BRYON NAVRISKY
6349 LYNAM DR.
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that al
action has been filed against
you, and that you are require
to serve a copy of your written
defenses, If any, to it on Cheri
Navrisky, whose address i
6349 Lynam Dr. on or before
March 6, 2006, and file the
original with the clerk of thi
Court at 6865 Caroline St
Milton, FL 32570, before serve
ice on Petitioner or Immediate
Sly' thereafter. If you fall to di
so, a default may be entered
against you for the relile
demanded In the petition.
Copies of all court docu
menta In this case, Includini
orders, are available at the
Clerk of the Circuit Court'
office. You may review the.
documents upon request.
You must keep the Clerk o
the Circuit Court's offit
notified of your current
address. (You may file Notle
of Current Address, Florid
Supreme Court Approve
Family Law Form 12.91%
Future papers In thin lawau
will be maled to the address
on record at, the clerk'
office.
WARNING: Rule 12.28,
Florida Family Law Rules c
Procedure, requires certeli
automatic disclosure of doc
uments and Informatior
Failure to comply can resul
In sanctions, including die
missal or striking of plead
Ings.
Dated February 2, 2006. '
CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT
COURT


F CIRCUIT COURT SEAL
- By: Carmen Emery
A Deputy Clerk
020806
021506
022206
030106

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR
SANTA ROSA COUNTY,
FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
File No.: 57-2005-CP-370
R Divislon: Probate
IN RE: ESTATE OF
JACKTURNER
MCLAUGHUN


The administration of. the
estate of Jack Turner
McLaughlin, deceased, whose
date of death was July 17,
2005, is pending In the Circuit
Coun for Ssnia Rosa County.
Fic.-rnda Probwi Divisionl Tha
add1resL of hi.;h a5 6495
,.arolir.a Sireea. MiIon. Flonda
35703 The names and
addresses t Ir e personal rap
resenallire and Ine parri.rl
repr:cerniall'e rz. norney are
All credor,; rf the de-.Ideri
ana c her persons nairng
claims or demands' against
dcedaonl s eslie on whom a
c:.p/ ol thns nolca s required
to ce zrceO rmui fle Ihner
Caiir wr in COurl WitTHIN
THE LATER OF 3 MONTHS
AFTER THE TIME OF THE
FIRST PUBLICATION OF
THIS NOTICE OR 30 DAYS
AFTER THE DATE OF SER-
VICE OF A COPY OF THIS
NOMTIE ON THEM.
All .-irr creditors of the dece-
deri and aoIr, prior. :i'hac.g
Cl.AliTi :31" dima3rd: a ,,I
dAcaern : eilale musl hid
incir cla.I. .0111irINi Chi curl
AITHirH 3 IOrjTHS AFTER
THE DTE COF THE FIRST
PUBLIC ATIONI OF THIS
tIOTI.CE
ALL CLAIMS HOT FILED
WITtiIN THE TIME PERIODS
SET FORTH IN SECTIONt
733 7:.2 OF THE FLORIDA
PROBATE CODE WILL BE
FOREVER BARRED
rlOTWITHSTAIJDIlCG THE
TIME PERIODS SET FORTH
ABOVE. AtJ'Y CLAIM FILED


TWO (2) YEARS OR MORE
AFTER THE DECEDENT'S
DATE OF DEATH IS BARRED.
The date of first publication of
this notice is February 22,
2006.
Attorney for Personal
Representative:
Is Kenneth R. Fountain
Kenneth'R. Fountain '
Attorney for Richard A.
McLaughlin ,
=Ior;da Bar No 0048569
=OUCLITAIN LAWV FIRM PA
K20.5 Fodurir, Prolesonaln
Ci, Suili A
Navarre. Florida 32566
Telephone l1651 : 939-353:


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lu.1 Richerd A McLau,.Ihin
S Richard A. McLaughlr,
3586 Ginger Lane
Navanrre. Florida 3S5E6


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Notice of Public
MeotinglOpen House
SANTA ROSA COUNTY
Sanla-Roa Cc,,r.i.,, *nil bo
holding aer Aiirnr.,AI .rn Purl-c
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ard l.edO.5a: aboul rirnea all-r.
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DATE: Tuesday, l.arr.r,
7, 2006
TIME: ,C0p m r1)
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PLACE Pac- HW.r.
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7100 prior to the meeting date.
022506
030106
2M14A
NOTICE TO'BIDDERS
TANDEM DUMP TRUCK
Notice is hereby given that
the Board of County
Commlissaloners of Santa
Rosa County, Florida, will
receive sealed bids for one
Tandem Dump Truck.
All bidl muil Dei- in rrdling and
del-jaerer r- r.a,,d Fed E'. or
-ria. Ir ir-c Sania Rose County
Procurement Department;
Suite G,", Milton, Florida,
32570; and must be received
by 10:00 a.m., April 4,2006, at
which time bids will be opened
and read aloud.. All Interested
parties are invited to attend. .
Bids are to be sealed and
clearly .labeled "BID -DUMP
TRUCK." Bids: received after
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IN THE CIRCUITrr COURT FOR
SANTA ROSA COUNTY,
FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
File No. 06-CP-43
IN RE: ESTATE OF
GARY LEE BROD,
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Tnc, adrminiirrariorn oI r
eale0 ol GARY LEE BROD .
d.ai,:zed. wo-s. ,'aie al
ideeamr a5 NoIcnr.ei .14
200, Fl NrumrC, r06.CP-43. :
pending in Ir.i Cr;u.r Courln or
Sanla Roia Ccu.nrv Filorn
Prc-,Dd.i Dv,.ionr. Ie diafe .
r in..:n 64.95G Carc.,ine
Sirc.i Mlon FL 32572 The
ramei ar, adda"i- il f i ta
personal replc -nialce 3ard"
ihe personile 16prG5;ier.aIrHa's
anorney aie ai l-:,nrr, belC,
All cremior o01 Ilnc ,:ccdcl
arO Alner per;onf hai%,ng
claimrr w deman.-Is a..r51
deceadrent eS-le Gor. wnC.m a
cop, of rn, nririce .: ,i.uiraci
10 be scirvid muil iiwe Ineir
cisim" ,ir. -: ri:.urin WITHINr
THE LATER OF 3 MONTHS
AFTER THE Ti..1E OF THE
FIRST PIJBLICATIOI1 OF
THI NOTICE C'R 30 DA''S
AFTER THE DATE' OF SER-
VICE OF A COP',' OF THIS
NlOTICE ON THEM
All c.Il-h r crelior- :I irie dace-
deni and ,lher :.nrorhl nhari.
claim" or demand aaga!inr
decaderl l s i. e 31 rri.ul ie
in-ir C.; l rimh Aril-, I CounrT
WITHIN 3 MO.1riTHS AFTER
THE DATE OF THE FIPST
PUBLICATION OF THIS
NOTICE
ALL CLAIMS ,O ,T FILED
WITHITi THE TI.IE PERIODS
SET FORTH iII SECTIOri
"33 70_- OF THE FLORIDA
'PROB-ATE CODE WILL BE
FOREVER BARRED
j,.TFVlTHc.TAI DIIC r THE
TIME PERIOD SET FORTH
ABCVE l'f CLAIM FILED
TWO r '.i E-R O MOr.IRE
AFTER THE CECEDEriT S
DATE OF DEATH I'; BRRE,
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Company
909 Mar Walt Drive, Suite 1014
Fort Walton Beach, FL 32547
Telephone: 850-863 4064
/s/ Michael Eugene Waybright
Michael Eugene Waybright
Personal Representative
1969 Chandaway Circle
Pelham, AL 35124
030106
030806

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT IN
AND FOR SANTA ROSA
COUNTY, FLORIDA
Case No.
IN RE: The Forfeiture of:
One 1999 Ford Thurus,
VIN .,No.
1FAFP31USXA163247,,
DEFENDANT/CLAIMANT:
JILL LYirN BARNHILL.
NOTICE OF FORFEITURE
PROCEEDING
T .C ill Lynn BarnhIl .1531
Su,-rrle Dil.. Pac, Florial
32571. Arn all iproni nod
claim en Ianiniarail in :ne 99
* Ford Tauru: ,i 'Ir t
iFAFF :rub.r A1c32 r." r aIc
A^az siailZaC on ojr ao-ul
Doeebrnoar 14 C200oS 6;'w
Ham.lhon Brili. Roari ll,:-
SFlorioa l 7 S7r 1 icr 1ero r
HIaiTrilirn BrIdge Road and
Cio.-r Lanaoi Sri pr.4.pary .
* in irna ':u Ol':-" Ol irr., Saila
SR:osi C.:.urn-l Srnrih Oric e irn
Sangria R;ra: Counly FIo)-,a
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JN THE CIRCUIT COURT IN


SJN THE CIRCUIT COURT.IN
AND FOR SANTA ROSA
COUNTY, FLORIDA
Case No.,
IN RE: The Forfeiture of:
$ 866.00 U.S. Currency,
DEFENDANT/CLAIMANT:
MATHEW GRANT LEWIS.
NOTICE OF FORFEITURE
PROCEEDING
TO ri.mrr-,ec Lecws, 3329
D-33,.h Lane arJa ari.", Florida
32566, and all p.-cr-i .nhr
claim an interest r- '65 u .
U.S. Currency, ri,,r,.n ca0
eazd aor,n or aejl reClermDer
. 200S i A"3') ParP A'-.nu&
SMilton, Florida 32570. Said
property is in the custody of
the Santa". Rosa County
Sh-.ri;f Office ;n Srica Rca
C,.unli Flr. lda anc ,a
Comp, nri lor FinaD Jrg,.ginl
l:i F.-ri-,Iurc pE-l-jlr, F g Iherlt
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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE FIRST JUDICIAL CIR-
CUrT, IN AND FOR SANTA
ROSA COUNTY, FLORIDA
JUVENILE DIVISION
CASE NO. 98-DEP-19


DOB: 04/14/1993
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTI-
FIED that a Petition -under
oath has been filed In the
above styled Court for the
terminationr of parental
rights of C.B., a female child,
born in Escamble County,
Florida, by the Department
of Children and Family
Services, for subsequent
adoption, and you are here-
by commanded to be and
appear before the Honorable
Mercl L. Goodman, Judge of
the Circuit Court In and for
Santa Rosea County, Florida,
at the Santa Rosa County
Courthouse, 6865 Caroline
Street, Milton, FL 32570, on
the 13th day of July. 2006, at
9:00 a.m. You must either
appear on the date and at
the time specified or send a
written response to the
Court prior to that time.
YOUR FAILURE TO APPEAR
OR RESPOND SHALL BE
TREATED AS A CONSENT
TO TERMINATION OF
PARENTAL RIGHTS AND
YOU SHALL PERMANENTLY
LOSE ALL LEGAL RIGHTS
AS A PARENTTOTHE CHILD
NAMED IN THE PETITION
FOR TERMINATION OF
PARENTAL RIGHTS.
WITNESS my hand as the
Clerk of said Court and the
Seal thereof, this 17th day of
February, 2006.
CLERK OF COURT
SANTA ROSA COUNTY,
FLORIDA
CIRCUIT COURT SEAL
By: M. M. Smith
Deputy Clerk

031IM8
'30150,
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IN THE INTEREST OF: ilI THE CIHRCuIT COURT FOR
*?.r]TA RC'SA ,COULJT
S.B. 04/21/1991 FLORI-A PFOBATE r Di.l
C.B. 04/14/1993 Fie I- --':., '-rP.:-i
CL'l, .:n C
MINOR CHILDREN
ir RE E-T TE ,,F


TO: Daryl Lovely, father
I/k/a 1420 West Gregory
Street
Pensacola, Florida 32501
Parent of: C.B., a minor child


The administration of the
estate of DAVID V. DOTSON,
aerc-ased, whose date of
d-ai ;,a June 9, 2003. File
Number 57-2003-CP-249, 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 names and addresses of
ana per:or.I rcipre --niainr s.
nen n i.r.A, r r ,.6 ni a nI. ,
mrio.ny sr -;el lair- beiao.,
All raji. ,rz .:1 ir' *".-:6e, ni
an.d .:.iner pers:.r.s na.ing
clairi or manas againi-
decedent's estate -on whom a
copy of this notice has been
Er.ed m',ul hii. IrI&lr claims
i,h ir.,: ,cc,.n WITHFIij THE
LATER O F3MONlTHE AFTER
THE DATE OF THE FIRST
F'LIBLICATICOJ CF THIS .
OTiCE OR 30C DA, S AFTER
THE TIME OF SERVICE OF A
COFY OF THIS NOTICE ON
THEM.1
All olrir e C :reh r i. ihe da 6.6
dernI ,and r. Irr piior, r.a.ng
,IAri C., dcr-mar.ad gairflu
.,:i.?, e'lr, iaic mru l file .
'THINrJ 3 MOrTHC AFTER
THE DATE OF THE FIRST
FUBLICATIOCi OF THIS
-OTICE
ALL CLAIMS rJOT SO FILED
IRILL BE FORE .'ER BARRED
lrOTWITHSTAlJDIIIG THE
TItlE PERIOD SET FORTH
ABO'.'E AN i CLAIM. FILED
TWO 12i ,EARS OR MORE
AFTER THE DECEDENTS
DATE OF DEATH IS BARRED,
Tr.i- 1eir C.I iral puCi.Iai-Arn 0 o
Ii". rO ,i. ," MAr.:r, 1 -2ui.n

Anurarn, i.Pr Perronal
R rcL r.: ,Ia. ,,a
CHARLES H OVERMAI4 III
AlInome
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DAVID V. DOTSON

NOTICE TO CREDITORS


I ommuityS


Steel Roofing



And Siding

And everything in between including zee purlins, cee
channels, trim, fasteners, windows, doors, and skylights.
They're manufacturer direct, too. M IEI ir
Jackson, MS* 1-800-647-8540


Cancer Support

Group to meet
Jay Hospital will be h
a Cancer Support Group
ing in the Royal Roo
Monday. March 6. 2006
to 7 p.m. Cancer sur
family and friends are in
This is free to the publ
light refreshments, will b
vided. For more inform


having
meet-
mnl on
from 6
, ivors.
n\ ited.
ic and
be pro-
Tmation


w^ f '


-zI


please contact Gloria Le% is N 4
850-675-8085 or Fale Hudson
,i 850-675-0006.


Western

Gate hike planned
On Friday. March 3, 2006,
the Western Gate Chapter of
the Florida Trail Association
for an evening hike. It's free.
Meet at the Milton Ri'erualk
at 6:00 p.m. Dinner will follow
at Mr. Manatee's on Sten anr
Street.
For details call 1850) 995-
4267 or htrp://e\\e.gate.florida-



Green Up plans sale,
Green-Up Santa Rosa will
begin its annual Spring
Blooming Sale on Friday,
March 3. Featured will be all
types of spring blooming'
plants including: bridal wreath.
tulip trees, Kwanza cherry,
Yoshino cherr), Weeping cher-


r). Bradford and Cleveland
pear. naute azaleas and much
more. Also aiallable %%ill be
the \er\ large Boston Ferns. as
\\ell as a mi\ \of other large
ferns. The nursery also has a
%\ide varietyy of shrubs. trees,
,perennials and annuals.
Emphasis this past ,ear has
been placed or "stormscap-
in"t. so the nursery also has, a
wide variety of ornamental
(smaller adult size) trees.
Green-Up Santa Rosa is a
program of the Santa Rosa
. Clean Community System,.
_which administers over 20
environmental programs
throughout the countI
Proceeds from Green-Up'goh
toward public planting's and in
support of the environmental
programs. The nursery is local-.
ed at 6758 Park Avenue, in
Milton, which, is two traffic
signals north from highway 90
on Stewart St, left on Park and
down about half a block on the


left. Hom_ f operationon are
Tut _davy iithouigh Saturday.
.Iim 9 am thiough5/i 5 p.m. For
more information, call the
nurserN at 623-1930.


Republican Club

to feature Bob Cole
:Republican Club of Santa
Rosa Counts Meeting Tuesday.
March 7, 2006 .
The Republican Club of
Santa Rosa County \6ill hold
its meeting and Dutch Treat
Dinner at East Ba\ Crab
House, 9250 Navarre Park%\ aL.
Na\a rre. Florida 32566 at 6:30
p.m. on Tuesday March 7.
2006. The featured speaker, is
Mr. Bob Cole. County
Commissioner Chairman for
Santa Rosa County. This meet-
ing is open to the public. For
additional information please
contact Morgan Lamb,
President. at (850i 939-2409 or
Email morganlamb@bell-
south.net


Hospital Seeks "Change Bandits" to Help Radiothon


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623-2120


Sacred Heart Children's
Hospital is looking for volun-
teers to support its 7th Annual
Radiothon by becoming Change.
Bandits. The Change Bandits
will "rob" co-workers, friends
and family of their change
through March 10.
All funds raised will help
patients to continue to receive


care at Children's Hospital. The
members of the Change Bandit
Posse will create excitement and
awareness in local communities
for the 102.7, WXBM
Radiothon, which will be held
on March 9-10,2006.
A $200 Wal-Mart gift card
will be awarded to the top indi-
vidual fundraiser. All Change


Bandit's will receive prizes for
rea-ching fundraising incentive
levels.
To become one of the
Change Bandit Posse or make a
donation,, please contact Joelle
Morrice at the Sacred Heart
Foundation at (850) 416-4665,
1-S00-819-9486 or at jmor-
rice@sacredheartfoundation.org


Jay Hospital offers new technology


Jay Hospital now offers
occupational therapy and car-
diac telemetry.
Occupational therapy is a
treatment used to assist people
in living as independently as
possible. Most individuals that
seek occupational therapy serv-
ices are recovering from an
injury, have suffered from seri-
ous health condition such as
stroke or heart attack, experi-
ence chronic health conditions


like arthritis or multiple sclero-
sis, or.were born with physical
or mental impairments.
Occupational therapy can assist
people in performing daily
activities such as personal care,
home skills and personal man-
agement.
Cardiac telemetry is for
patients who have been admit-
ted to the hospital -with heart
problems. The telemetry sys-
tem continuously monitors the


S(rc r Milton's 19th Annual

,acoa a Antique Show & Sale


Friday, March 3.............10:00 a.m. 5:30 p.m.
Saturday, March 4........10:00 a.m. 5:30 p.m.
Sunday, March 5.......... 12:00 nooni 5:00 p.m.


^ Admission $3.009
S c (Ticket good all 3 days)


Qualit) Fxhibitors

* Silver Door Prizes

* Furniture Lunch and refreshments

* Depression Glass provided by BVPA
* Linens *Proceeds to PJC Scholarship Fund

* Primatives Santa Rosa County

* Jewelry Auditorium

* Books Old Bagdad Hwy., Miltong

* Prints Information: 623-3711


patient's heart rate and rhythm,
and sends this information to
monitors located at the nursing
station.
For more information on
these services, call Jay Hospital
at (850) 675-8000.



Ask Ole'


Chief
Hey Veterans. Just read
some mail about a scam opera-
tion and thought I'd pass along
the info.
"The Department of
Veterans Affairs has reported
that the "Patient Care Group"
is conducting a scam operation
against veterans who receive
VA prescriptions. Callers
claiming to be representatives
of this group tell veterans that
their prescriptions are being
administered by the company.
They then ask for credit card
information so that the veterans
can continue to receive their
medications. VA officials said
that the department has made
no change to its prescription
system, and that veterans
should not provide any infor-
mation to callers from this
group."
Again, be very wary of
requests by phone out of the
blue.


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March 1,2006 U The Santa Rosa Press G~~ette


Sen tal High Echo el

V c7ome, of NRe Jaguars


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"4 Small So/ WM1 ,4A


HearV'
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Staff Ae-rnber-.
K Ienna Euf~inger
I Laiur a Faulk I
I B'aileyRinicker I

Send i otirneivs to.
C entral High School
6180 OCentralISchool Rd.
Al11lt onii FL 325T70
8,30983-5640
o1 email at


Please note Informarion on the high school pages is provided in whole by the indi. idual educational facilities which are % holly responsible for its content. They
provide disks with the written copy. and the scanned photos each week. The Press Gazette is not responsible for the content.


COlY SviEirFILERI
The Senior Feature boy is Cody Walter Stetlen His par-
ents are Walter and Sue Stetler, and he has a sister Kara
Stetlen Cody is involved in Sn Beta, Key Club, FBLA (secre-
tary), and NAHS (treasurer). He is also the secretary of his
class. He runs track and cross country. When asked who
has been the biggest influence on his life, he says his par-
ents because they never let him settle for less than his best.
I At school, Coach Nash has been an influence because he taught him to
never give up and always try his hardest. The accomplishment in his life
that he has been most proud of was running track and cross country for
I three years. He wants his classmates to remember him as, "A nice guy
I who would do anything for his friends". He says the best part about being a
senior is that you are one year away from the next big step of your life.
SSome of his hobbies include: running, hunting, fishing, and playing
I paintball. Cody's plans for the future are to finish his A.S. at RJ.C. and
Transfer to either UWF, FSU, or FIT. He will probably major in Environmen-
tal Sciences.

CARRIE DAVIS
The senior feature girl is Carrie Louise Davis, daughter
of Andy and Patricia Davis and sister to Crystal and I
Rannel Davis. In her free time, Carrie likes to spend time g
I with her family, go shopping, and go jetskiing. !
Carrie's favorite teacher and biggest influence at school
is Mrs. Wright. Carrie thinks that Mrs. Wright is a great i
a teacher and a great friend and is always there to listen to hen
The accomplishment Carrie is most proud of is being a senion She says
she cannot believe she has made it this fan Her fondest senior memory
is all the good times she has had with her classmates. When asked what
1 the best part of being a senior is Carrie replied,"Having all the younger
* students look up to you!'
Carrie's plans for the future include: getting a job at T.R. Jackson
I Elementary School and becoming a teachen Someday she would even
R like to have her own day care.
*A gummmmmmmmmmmmmimmmmma l mmauImoo,


Ind Quarter
Honor Roll
A Honor Roll A/P Honor Roll
7th grade: 7th Grade:
Prittney Campbell Prooke Plackstone
Kaitlyn Campbell Jerrett Callaway
Sarah Carpenter Cindel Foster
Taylor Fisher Jaime Hamilton
Alexis Harris Pellany Kelley
Justin Poley Kaylee Olsen
Steven Phillips
Sth Grade: Will Scott
Elizabeth Prewrv Nicole White


Paysha Enfinger
Heather Fenn
Travis Hatfield
Jennifer Moe
9th Grade:
Hunter Pondurant
10th qrrde:
Kenna nfinger
Emily Everton
Bailey Kinicker
l th Grade:
Eli Pardin
Gretchen Cotton
KelleyPozier
Jesaca Erven
Maggie Everidge
Kaymond Everton
Jessica Hart
Shawna Moorer
Cortney Norton


lZth Grade:
Adam Pondurant
Ashley Caylor
aandali Ooodbred
Ashley-Jade Johbson
Jill Massey
Kebekah Neely
Jenna O'kelley
Virginia Thomas
Jennifer Wilemon


Sth Grade:
Sandra Poyett
Sarah Eakes
Eric Ooodbred
Travis Peirce
th trade :
Sheltoi Adkinson
Timothy Pilmore
Prittany Ellers
Jessica Pitts
10th rade:
Chad McPaniel
11th Qrade:
Petty Prown
Laura Carnley
Michelle Evans
Clark Harris
Shelby Howell
Teri Hut
Shaina McCall
Channing Morgan
Crystal Pace
Nathan Smith
Cherie Ward
James Williams


12th "rade:
Heather Paughtery
Prenda Fabbro
Kristen Lerch
O.J.r PentOn .


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Mra. Rowell grew up in Jay and
Laduated fion Jay Hgh Schod She relived
a Word Piaeing Certificate from LTC, and
later work there a a s aretary. She ha I
happily 1arrmed to John Franklin Rowel for-
44 Jears and has two child, Michael Frank


l d 'e.i and Melanie Ann Joop.


In her free


ti, M. Rowell enpys gardening and fishing
'. says the nest interesting place she has
7 Le1bern was Barbadco. bihat does Mr. Rowdl
hk- best about Central? She says, 'It is a small
.:Ai ]ol s tudenit and staff are like a family
to min.


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Hawk

Tales

by Kaitlyn Pace


Ten year old Knitlvn Pace is
preparing Hawk, an 18-week
old "Goldador" puppy to be a
guide dog. She's chronicling
Hawk's progress for Spotlight
and here. shares some of/
Hawk s background and talks
about the important job of
"puppy hugger."

A lot of things had to happen
before Havwk actually came to
liBe with me.
Hawk's parents were spe-
cially chosen to be in the South
Eastern Guide Dog, Inc.
(SEGDI) breeding program.
; The breeding stock dog
lives with a Host Family for it's
lifetime and the fanuly pro% ides
love and care and makes the
dog available for breeding at
the proper time. These families
liBe within a 2 hour drive of
SEGDI, and must be ready to
return the dog to the school
when requested for breeding.
The school uses several
reeds of dogs in their program:
'Labrador and Golden
' Retrievers, cross-bred
Retrievers called "Goldadors,"
German and Australian
Shepherds. Vizslas and Smooth
Coated Collies.
Hawk was used to people
holding him by the time he got
to me. thanks to a group of peo-
ple w.ho get to do a really fun
job at the school.
These %olunteers are known
as "Puppy Huggers." They get
: to play.with, walk. and give lots
lf love and attention to the pup-
pies when the puppies are
between the ages of 10 days to
6 weeks old.
According to SEGDI, it
takes about $27,000 to fully
.train a guide dog team. The
blind graduate and dog team are
provided lifetime help at no
charge by the school.
< There are special people
who support the program by
making a specified donation
through the Puppy Sponsorship
'Program. The donations of
these sponsors provide medical
care. transportation and staff
visitss for the puppies.
Hawk's sponsor is the
:Franzblau Family/Victory
Foundation from Tampa. Fl.
Puppy Sponsors ha\e the
unique honor of naming the
puppy they sponsor. Hawk was
named b\ the Franzblau Family
in honor of a "most generous
and gregarious family friend.
Hawk and I have been wel-
.comed b~ man) businesses in
Santa Rosa and Escambia
Counnes. as I work on exposing
tur to different places.
Hawk and I would like to
thank everyone \\ho allows us
to come and visit. "


Hey kids, want to

publish your

masterpiece?

Send your original

writing, artwork,

letters, and other

submissions to the

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Bank)


FCAT

Santa Rosa
Santa Rosa students have spent
recent months studying, study-
ing. studying for FCATs...and
this week, put their learning to
the test. Here. Chininuckla
Elementary students share
some perspective onm The
*CAT.'


By LAUREN GRISWOLD &
LAURA JOYCE

'The Big Test' reprinted from
Chmnuckla Elementary 's
Smoke Signals student newspa-
per
"'Students, I hope you are
prepared, for FCAT is coming!"
Shall we start with 3d
grade?
Brandon Waltrip, from Ms.
White's class, said that he is
ready to take FCAT for the first
time.
Aleece Jarman, in Mrs.
Dailey's class, thinks FCAT
will be hard and easy.
Now.4thgrade will express
themselves.


week


students


arrives


ready to 'tame the 'CAT'


Johnson's class, said he thinks
FCAT will be both easy and
hard.
Makayla Morgan, from
Mrs. McDonald's class. saas,
"Mrs. McDonald has prepared
me enough for FCAT."
Dr. Barber said. "-Ml the
students are ready for FCAT.
I'm so excited I wish it was
tomorrow."
Of course, 4th graders have
to take Florida Writes this year.
Brianna Channel feels


Chumuckla Elementar. Indians finish a ictonr lap at FridaY's "Tame the
'CAT' raill. Kids printed test taking ups on the finish line tape. like: 'read
directions.' "bubble in correcdv.' 'use context clues." "'tunk as you read.'


and of course. 'get plenrN of sleep.'
Brandon Poley. in Mrs.
Bird's class, said he is very
ready for FCAT. Tyler Teevan.
in Mrs. NMissildine's class.
thinks he rrught do better than
last year on FCAT.
Now it is time to introduce
5th grade.


Santa Rosa kids love reading--and not just because t11 helps with the
FCAT...Here. (left to right) Nicole, Jessica, Cailley and Brieanne shuffle
questions as part of S.S Dixon Intermediate School's heading Club. This
week's selection w\as "Thunder from the Sea" by Joan Hian Harlow.
Dixon's Club is modeled after a similar one at Hobbs Middle School.


Ali
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Milton HS: Second Place:
Brandt Henrick. Jay HS: Third
Place: Travis Allen. Milton
HS: Honorable Mention:
Crystal King. Milton HS;
April Hamilton. Navarre HS

Printmaking,'Graphics:
First Place: Benjamin Tyler,
Navarre HS: Second Place.
Alex Porras. Milton HS: Third
Place: Brianna Kilpatrick.
Central HS: .Honorable'
Mention: Ray Everton.
Central HS

MIDDLE SCHOOL -
Best of Show Middle School:
Jenni Bauter. King Middle
School:


Arts and Culture
Award of
Theresa Cann.
Beach Middle


'Santa Rosa
Foundation
Excellence:
Woodlawn
School .


Oil Painting/Acrylics:
First Place: Katie Bolduc, King
MS; Second -Place: Jeff
Keisacker, King MS; Third
Place: Britni Lewis, King MS;
Honorable Mention: Lauren
Linda, King MS; and. Jamie
Pratt, King MS

Watercolor:
.First Place: Rian Nobles, King
MS; Second Place: Robin


Th followingg recipients round
out the list of ribbons for the
recent Santa Rosa Arts and
Culture Foundation Yotth Arts
Festival...

HIGH SCHOOL ,

Pen & Ink:
First Place: Brittany Aguirre.
Navarre HS: Second Place:
Brittans Meads. Navarre HS:
Third Place- Justin Seabeck.
Navarre HS: Honorable
Mention. Charlene Garcia,
Navarre HS

6ther,'3D:
First Place: Danielle Delph.
Pace HS: Second Place:
Bethans Dewater. Pace HS;
Third Place: Brian' Spotts,
Pace HS: Honorable Mention:
Heidi Owens. Milton HS

Computer Art:
First Place: Josh Toomes,


Kids sh. [lie anstic side of sand at
this year's fesnval
S- photo: Cecile Stephens


Steven Mosele., from Mrs.
Johnson's class is using book-
lets to help him for FCAT.
Spencer Price, from Mrs.
Bailey's class, is using FCAT
Explorer to help him.
Now. time for 6th grade.
R an Blanton. from Mrs.


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Upcoming Events

Lumberjack Festival: March 4,
PJCMilton Campus. 6:30 a.m.
to 4. Kids' activities include
softball toss, log rolling, face
painting, crafts, Smokey the
Bear. natural resource displays
and more.

Seagrass Awareness
Celebration: March 24.
Shoreline Park South. Gulf
Breeze. 10 a.m. to 3. Hands on
learning about marine
resources. Seining. dip-netting.
casting, more.


es 1 s
Jo\yner, King MS

Pencil Draw in:,
First Place: Tanner Lunsford.
King NIS; Second Place:Vic
Mitchell. King MS; Third
Place: Alexis Harris. Central:
Honorable Mention: Valerie
Maczewsri, Woodlawn Beach
MS

Pastels:
First Place: Amanda Tyree,
King MS; Second Place:
Auston Stanton, Central, Third
Place: Katie Bolduc. King MS;
Honorable Mention: Jennifer
Moe, Central, and Travis
Pierce, Central

Mixed Media:
First Place: Theresa Cann,
Woodlaw n Beach MS: Second
Place: Amn Critcher. King
MS; Third Place: Dakota
Godwin, King MS; Honorable
Mention: Sara Mobley,
Woodlawn Beach MS

Sculpture:
First Place: Jeff Keisacker,
King MS; Second Place:
Chelsea Coates, King MS;
Third Place: Austin Stanton,
Central; Honorable Mention:
Sandy Boyette, Central


Recycled Art:
First Place:


Brittney


Chumuckla Elementary 's CAT in
residence joined students for
Friday's "tame the 'CAT" rally


Nothing to do?
Interested in working with
other kids on community. gov-
emrnment and leadership proj-
ects'
Check out Santa Rosa's 4-
H program.
For more information on
4-H, contact Vickie Mullins at
the count. extension office.
623-3868.


nervous about taking it. Carly
McCranes feels the same.
"Don't worry! Everyone is
nervous about things. Your are
not alone." Olikia Johnson, a
5th grader, said to all 4th
graders.
Also., 5th graders hate to
take FCAT science.
Autumn Allen feels scared
about taking it. Nick Waters
feels nerNous.
"It ill be easy. but some
of it will be hard. Studs '" Lana
Scott commented.
Ms. Alssildine's 4th graders
wrote this cadence to rail' test
raking spwit.

FCA..T \\ill be here next week.
But we know that vwe won't
freak!
We have studied and we're set'
Can we pass this test" You
bet!
Sound off FCAT
Sound off We're set'
Bring it on dow n We can pass
the FCAT! You bet!


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My Mnom's Love
by Stevexn Moseley
Q. 5th Grade

.My heart was shattered
I was lonely.
I was lost. .
Then I saw a gleaming light
A hand pulled me from the.
dark chamber.
I was then in my Mom's
warm. loving arms
..and she sewed my heat
S. .together.


Sand here. NMs. Linda Jo near's Berrn hill 1 si graders line up ith the ai. .ard
theN recently got for [heir Reading Rennas'i-nce :cores "I'm u.it so proid
of them." says Ns Joaner. This is Ns Jo neor's i.rd cli in d rot. to be
Reading Rennaissance Model Classroom.


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Middle School Best of Sho" went
to Jenni Bauter. from King Middle
School
photo Lorraine Cathey
Campbell. Central. Second
Place: Alexis Harris, Central;
Third Place: Will Scott,
Central

Scratch Art:
First Place: Jenni Bauter, King
MS; Second Place: Tanner
Cormier, King MS; Third
Place: Victoria Joudry, King
MS; Honorable Mention:
Sandra Boyette, Central

Pen & Ink:
First Place:' Jessica
Beadle,Woodlawn Beach MS;
Second Place: Ashley
Kostelak, Woodlawn Beach
MS; Third Place: Theresa
Cann, Woodlawn Beach MS;


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Honorable Mention. John
Correll, King MS

Other'3D-
First Place: Vanessa Fell, King
MS; Second Place: Jeff
Keisacker. King MS: Third
Place. Jenni Bauter, King MS:
Honorable Mention: Zach
Harris, King MS; Tanner
Cormier, King MS; and Jamie
Pratt, King MS

Computer Art:
First Place: Harold
Henderson, King MS: Second
Place: Tanner Cormier, King
MS; Third Plice- Andrea
Hamilton, King MS;
Honorable Mention: Dakota
Godwin, King MS

Printmaking/Graphics:
First Place: Travis Pierce,
Central


Pea Ridge Elementary's art display
makes a colorful comer wall
.photo Cecile Stephensd


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Pace Chamber Gof
Scramble at the Moors
The Pace Area Chamber of
Commerce will hold its 7th annu-
al golf tournament at the Moors
Golf Resort 'n Milton on April 7.
S Registrations for four-man
teams and sponsorship opportu-
nities are available.
For more information con-
tact the Pace Area Chamber of
Commerce offices at 994-9633.

Bass tourney to help
Sacred Heart children
Sacred Heart Health
Systems will hold its 10th Annual
L-. og-A-Load for Kids Bass
Fishing. Tournament on the
Escambia River May 13.
More than $15,000 was
rased from this event last year to
benefit children in need at Sacred,
Heart Children's Hospital.
S Besides the tournament,
which is offering more, than
1- $12,000 in cash and prizes, there
Will be a live auction and silent
auction held during the day.
The tournament will be held
at the Swamphouse Marina and
Landing on the Escambia River.
Interested parties may pre-
register at Northwest Florida
Marine on Highway 29 or on the
day of the tournament at
Swamphcuse Marina.
Pace Rotary Club to host
golf tourney at the Moors
The seventh annual Pace
Rotary Club Golf Tournament will
be held March 24 at the Moors
Goif Club.
Registration for the four-
player teams will begin at 11 a.m.
with a noon shotgun start.
Your $280 team registration
fee includes cart and green fees,
range balls one hour prior to
S- .start, and all beverages, hole in
one prizes, and door prizes.
. Along with a dinner after the tour-
namemt.
Registration deadline is
March 20th. The Pace Rotary
Club is also looking for sponsors
for this event.
For more information con-
tact 232-0891. 450-1921. or 255-
9795.

Skateland hockey sign
-ups are underway
Sign-ups for Skateland's
youth and adult roller hockey
leagues are going on until April
29.
The youth league is for play-
kers 5 to 16 and the adult league is
S r 17 and older.
All skill levels are welcome.
This league will run from
r yla, until June
For more information you
'can visit
r .'www.skatelanridmilton.com or call
Skateland at 623-941t5.

Santa Rosa United Way
to hold fishing tourney
United Wa, of Santa Rosa
County will be holding its first
.ever bass fishing tournament on
.May 20 at River Run Marna.
Currently the United Way of
Santa Rcsa County is seeking
sponsors for this 'ear's event.
-, If you are interested in being
a sponso' of the United Way of
'Santa Rosa County's inaugural
bass fish ng tournament please
contact the United Way offices in
-Milton at 850-623-4507.
There are four different lev-
els of sponsorship opportunities
that are available with a variety of
opportunities for fishing groups
and area business organizations
to participate

Tanglewood Ladies
Golf Inv. is March 28
The Tanglewood Ladies Golf
Association will be holding their
Ladies Invitational Golf
S.Tournament on March 28 at
Tanglewood Golf Club.
S--* This two person scramble
will begin with a shotgun start at
S9 a.m. and is limited to the first 48
*paid teams.
Entry fee for the tournament
'is $50 per player and includes a
.complimenrtar., practice round
along with the awards presenria-
fion and luncheon following the
tournament.
Deadline to enter is [.larch
.22, and all players must ha.e an
-established U.S.G A. Handicap
and be at least 18 ,,ears old


Lumberjack Games Saturday


n Festival to bring skills of past back to life


By BILL GAMBLING
PG Sports Editor
Many years ago logging
was very important to Santa
Rosa County. but how many
possess those skills today.
On Saturday \ou can find
out during the 18th Annual
Forestry Conclave and
Lumberjack Festival on the
Milton Campus of Pensacola
Junior College.
The lumberjack portion of
the festival will begin at 9 a.m.
with events including compass
and pacing, knife throwing, axe
throwing, pole felling, pulp-
wood throw. Jack and Jill cross-
cut. log rolling, and many more
To register for the events is
$3.00 for the first event and a
dqllar for each additional event,
Children, senior citizens,
and high school students can
compete for free. ,
"We are expecting another
large turnout." said Dr. Martin
Gonzalez. the Milton Campus
Proost for PJC. "\\e hae se\ -
eral different events and actidi-
ties planned throughout the da\.
"I feel this fesnial offers


:2005 Lumberjack.. Results
OVERALL. WINNERS: -
1 st (tied Mike seller Knife Throwing
'and Chuck Ridings Raymond Dehny
.2nd-. Michael Fannin
3rd .Jimmie Ates Axe Throwing
Mike Mueller '
EVENT WINNERS: Mike M ler
n. d eidrology
.; Bfriillias Women's Cross'sut
Log Rolling Stephany Buchanan and
Jack Boatner / Jimmie Destiny A meida
S. Ates' ,
.. Men's Cross Cut Sawing
Pulpwood Toss Chuck Ridings and
..Mike Fannin ichael Fanniri


Pole Felling
Lucas Forman


Compass & Pacing-
James Furman

DBH Estimation
Albert Berg


something for e\ er. one."
From 9 a.m. to 11 a.m.
there %ill be events for the chil-
dren that will include the soft-
ball toss. log rolling, face paint-


Jack-n-Jill Cross Cut
Sawing
Chuck Ridings and
SMaria Wilson,,

Bow Sawing
Jimmie Ates


ing, and crafts.
But the biggest start to the
da\ %\ill be the free breakfast
from 6-30 a.m. to 8:30 a.m.
See. GAMES. Pg. 2B


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(Above) The Milton Panthers clear the bench to celebrate their 54-50
win over Pensacola on Saturday for the Region 1-4A title and a trip
to the final four, where they will face the Eustis Panthers tomorrow.
(Right) Milton's Jeremy Millar drives to the hoop for two of his 14
points as he and point guard Jeremy Tolbert stepped up as the Tigers
double teamed and denied any passes to Adam Allen.
Press Gazette photo by Bill Gamblin


By BILL GANIBLIN
PG Sports Eiiurht
Milton High School %\ill
make its return to the FHSAA
Final Four in Basketball for the
first time in nine \ears.
The Milton Panthers 25-ti
till face the Eustis Panthers
127-31 at 3 p.m. tomorrow in the
4A FHSAA Semi-Finals at the
Lakeland Center.
"Eustis is a ienr athletic
and well coached team." said
Milton head coach Tim Short.
k ho %%as an assistant to MurraN
Rutledge in 1997 %when the
Panthers last made it to the final
four "The\ ha\e been in the
Region I1 final the last five
\ ears.
"'The, are a \er. good and
solid ball club this is a combi-
nation of \Woodham High
School and Tallahassee Godb\."
On Monda\ Milton
returned to practice with lust
one goal remaining out of the
teams tour follow ing
Saturday's 54-D50 '. in o'er
Pensacola Hieh School.
The goal is the state title.
Short %wouldn't reveal it. but
it is a simple guess as


The Road

To Lakeland

Milton Panthers (25-6)
Region 1 Champions
District 1 Runner-up
Regional Quarterfinals
Milton 5" Tallahassee Goclb 55
Regional Semifinals
Milton 44. Bishop Kenn. 38
Region Finals
Milton 54. Pensacola 50(

Eustis Panthers (26-3)
Region 2 Champions
District 7 Champions
Regional Quarterfinals
Eustis 83 Pasco iDade Cit\ 6-
Regional Semifinals
Eusis 56 Port Orange tianltc 46
Region Finals
Eustls -6. Bishop Moore 55

Saturday's %in achieved goals
tw.o and three b\ appearing in
the Region I final and making
it to the final four.
"The nrst thing I told then
t\o \ weeks ago in this %er. g%1 m
after \\e lost the district title
See. MILTON. PC :BB


By BILL GANIBLIN
PG Sports Editor
Pace fell from the ranks of
the unbeaten at the FoleN
Softball Tournament o'er the
w weekend.
But it wasn't the tspe of
loss that should cause an\
alarm
In the tvwo-dav tournament
Pace finished with a 3-1 record
as the5 improved to 6-1 on the
season.
"It was a little different
took an adjustment because of
the rules and circumstances we
pla ed under," said Pace head
coach Susan Williams. '"But \we
didn't hit as a team at some
points either.
"W\Ve got some hits here and
there, but there was just a lot of
good pitching this weekend."
In the tournament each
game was limited to 75 minutes
and if the score was tied then
they followed international
rules for a tiebreaker by placing
a runner on second base at the
start of the inning.
Ashleigh Cole made her
presence knosnn in a 4-2 %in
over Gulf Shores in eight
innings as she struck out 19 for
the in
Senior Morgan McBride
helped Cole \ith a double and
two runs batted in.
Pace sent Kat. Neal to the
mound against host Fole \ and
was victorious 1-0 as Neal
fanned 10 Fole;, batters and
allowed onl\ one hit in the Mhte-
inning game.
The onl\ bump for the LadN
Pats came against Daphne as
Pace lost 1-0 in eight innings.
Cole w\a: the losing pitcher
despite holding Daphne to -just
to\\ hits w\ while striking out 1
But Pace wouldl d rebound in
their linal game defeatnne Gulf
Shores again 1-0 w. ith Neal
scattering t\,wo hits and striking
out 111 o\er eight innings
Kalin Lasseter droie in the
game-winning run.
"It is just a shame to decide
a game that w\ktN w ihen }''Iu hate
two good pitchers," said
Williams
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was if you do what you are
suppose to do you will see them
again," said Short. "And tonight
we definitely knew what we had,
to do."
Milton proved it early on
they were ready to, play by lead-
ing by 10 points in the first half
as the defense held the Tigers to
just 23 points.
In their win against
Pensacola, which was- the
Tigers first and only other loss
of the season, Milton held PHS
to 29 first half points.
But Pensacola would come
back in the second quarter and
take the lead by as many as five
points, 39-34, at the start of the
fourth quarter.
Jeremy Millar stepped up
and tied the game at 46-46 with
two minutes remaining.
That is when Ppnsacola
went to play for the final shot
until Robert Carson fouled
Chris Lett with 59 seconds
remaining as the Tigers has'
started to stall for the last shot.
Lett missed the front end of
the one and bonus as Adam


Allen skied to grab and secure
the rebound and handed the ball
to Jeremy Tolbert.
Allen got loose underneath
and took'a pass from Tolbert,
but was fouled going'for the
lay-up, which would send him
to the line for two free-throws
that would give Milton the lead
for.good.
"Coach told me if it got
under a minute and Lett had the
ball we needed to foul him,"
said Carson, whose foul sur-
prised most of the 1,400 plus
watching the game.
But' the decision maker,
Short, knew what he was doing.
"I knew if it worked I
would look like a genius and if
it failed I would, be the goat,"
said Short. "Before the game I
did some studying and knew he
was their worse free throw
shooter.
"And I didn't want them to
have the last shot, that was
something I wanted us to have."
During the final, two plus
minutes Milton %\ent 12-of-14
from the line and ended up 24-
of-26 for the game from the


charity stripe, while Pensacola
was 4-of-ll in the fourth quar-
ter and 11 -of-21 for the game.
Allen and his 21 points for
the night proved to be the start
of contest, but early on it was
the tandem of Jeremy Tolbert
and Jeremy Millar who led the
Panthers to an early lead.
"They were double team-
ing Adam and denying him the
ball," said Tolbert, who scored
11 points. "So the coach told us
that we needed someone to step
up and that is what I did."
For Millar didn't want his
season to end in the
Washington High Gym when
Milton faced Woodham over
two weeks ago.
But for them. to eliminate
the Tigers and advance to the
final four was something spe-
cial for the senior.
"This was pretty, tough,"
said Millar. "But the. coaches
told us to settle down and play
our game.
"So we came out and built
a big lead and I kne%\ then we
had a chance to win." '
In Milton's two losses to
Pensacola the Panthers fell:
behind early on' and had to
catch back up, but this time as
in the first game it ,\as Milton
who took control.
"Tonight we did a real good
job attacking them." said Allen.
"When we beat them by 21
points earlier in the season we
mixed our man and zone
defenses which seemed to con-r
fuse them.
"Tonight the\ did a better
job attacking it, but \%hen the\
got the led we just battled right
'back and took it from them."
For Short the confidence
his team. needed came in the
first quarter and he just tried to.
build on it. o
"When %e scored 29 points


and were in the lead at halftime
that gave us confidence," said
Short. "And it let the kids know
they could not only play with
them but win."
If Milton is victorious over
the Eustis Panthers they will


play the winner of the Sarasota
Booker (27-3) and Miami
Monsignor Pace (26-4) game
on Saturday at 2:30 p.m.
Monsignor Pace defeated
the only undefeated team in the
tournament Cocoa who was 27-


0 when they lost 65-61 on','
Saturday night.

Story written by -
Bill Gamblin. Reach him
at sports@srpressgazette.c'm


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that promote healthy pines.


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* Control understory
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of Agriculture and Consumer Services,
Division of Forestry, the University of
Florida/IFAS, and the USDA Forest Service.


Adam Allen's father, Randy, watched Saturday nights game from the
floor as the his son scored 21 points to help lead the Panthers to
their first final four in nine years.
Press Gazette photo by Bill Gamblin


Games


Continued From Page One
And for those of you who
wish to enter the. sawing com-
petitions, if it is like last year,
the saws have been sent to
North Georgia once again to
be professionally sharpened.
The biggest question of
this year's competition will
be if Chuck Ridings, who tied
with Mike Muller for the
overall title, will return to
defend his title.
Ridings has won or
shared the last four titles, but
could not be reached to see if
he planned on participating in
this year's festival.
Rounding out the top
three of the competition were
Michael Fannin in second and
Jimmie Ates in third.
Some of the other activi-
ties planned for Saturday will
be exhibits such as wood
carvers, a chain saw artist,
food, and other exhibits.
Also there will be free
tree seedlings given out while
they last.
"We are trying to do
things that would represent
nature and offer an. educa-
tional value to everyone,"
said Gonzalez. "Some of
those items will deal with
reforestation and post hurri-


cane issues.
Last year it is estimated
bert een 3.000 and 3,500 peo-
ple attended the forestry con-
clave and lumberjack festival.
Gonzalez stressed that if
you would like to volunteer
to please contact the' PJC'
provost office to verify with
the college you are serving as
a volunteer.-
You do not have to have a
forestry background to volun-
teer as the committee will
have plenty of opportunities
for people to assist in various
ways, which could include
handing out seedlings and
manning.booths..
"Last year people flowed
through to pick up literature
and to see what was going
on," said Gonzalez. "This
year we are looking to add
items such as natural food
exhibits and artistic groups.
"Last year we had a wood
carver who will be returning
again this year."
If you are interested in
volunteering you are asked to
contact the provost office at
484-4420.

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


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3 FAMILIES Fri &
Sat 8am-2pm Singer
serger, glassware,
collectables, dolls,
children clothes,
toys. Lots of "stuff"
Pine Blossom Rd.
on right'

8 FAMILY
MOVING SALE
Over 1,000 items
Most not over $1
plus other items.
Household,
clothes (all sizes)
adult children,
linens, drapes,
pillows, shoes,
books, school
supplies & pads.
Riding mower,
push mower, jon
boat, work trailer,
trampoline, air
hockey table, full
size Posturpedic
bed, boat motor
parts and more.
8 family stuff.
House closing
March 24th. Open
Thursday, Friday
& Saturday until 2
pm and call for
other days:
983-3062
5553 Mulat Rd.
Milton


BIG GARAGE SALE
Lots of new DVD/CD's
Tables full of new
things 50 cents. Lots of
other stuff at great pri-
ces. New kids shirts &
watches $1, new ladies,
pants $1, plants $2,
jewelry $1 each.
Fri & Sat
5153 Bent Tree Rd.
E. Milton


ESTATE SALE'
Saturday, March
4th 8 am-2 pm
5048 Elwood Lane
(off Hamilton Bridge,
Rd) Many collecta-
bles. Look for
balloons!
GIGANTIC
MOVING SALE
Furniture, collecta-.
bles, household
items, porcelain
dolls, 2 gas scooters
& more. Fri Sat
8 am-2 pm 4532
Church St. Bagdad.
Follow signs from
Forsythe and Old
Bagdad Hwy.
Canceled if rains
HELP AVALON
YOUTH BOWLERS
GO TO TAMPA!
' Multi-family yard
sale Wide variety
Of everything! All
proceeds go toward
State Tournament
trip. Sale to be held
Saturday, March 4th
in the Avalon Bowl-
ing Center parking
lot located on
Avalon Blvd.
8 am 1pm

HUGE MOVING
SALE
7718 Rube Pace
Rd (off Ward Basin
Rd S of 1-10) 10
yrs of stuff must go!
Furniture, kitchen-
ware, freezer, toys.
clothes, & odds &
ends. Too much to
list! No hurricane
damage!
Sat, March 4th
7:30 am-??


HUGE MULTI family
yard sale Sat, March
4th, 7am ??
Chumuckla Hwy.'in
Chumuckla just
south of the
Tom Thumb


LAST CHANCE es-
tate sale. Tables,.
chairs, dryer, bed,
dresser, desk, wheel
chairs and more.
8475 Fortune Rd.By
Milton Ward Basin
Rd. East Milton Wa-
tertower. Wed &
Thur from 9AM until.
MOVING SALE
3060 N. 15th Ave.
Avalon Beach
Saturday, March 4th
7am-noon & Sunday
March 5th, 8:30 am -
noon. Misc. items
MULTI FAMILY
YARD SALE
Saturday, March 4th
5319 Alabama St.
Milton 7 am -??
Furniture, dishes,
misc. items (cheap
prices!) Rain
cancels!
PACE HUGE inside
estate/garage sale.
4240 Hwy 90 next to
Winn Dixie (the old
Riley House). Furni-
ture, household
items, glass. The
house is overflow-
ing! Fri & Sat 7-4
March 3rd & 4th
PINE LEVEL
BAPTIST CHURCH
Relay For Life Yard
Sale & Car Wash
Saturday, March 4th
7am-1 pm at Tri City
Medical Supply
Hwy. 4 at traffic light
in Jay. Rain out date
March 11, 7am-1 pm
PINE LEVEL
BAPTIST CHURCH
REPLAY FOR LIFE
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March 4, 2006.
7am until 1pm.
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(Rain out date March
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THE CLERK'S
OFFICE Relay for
Life Team Yard
Sale Sat. March 4th
8 am ?? Behind
, .the Santa Rosa
Courthouse (back
parking lot -
Willing St.) Furni-
ture, dishes, knick-
knacks. Too much
to list! All proceeds'
go to the Relay for
Life American
Cancer Society:

TWO FAMILY
YARD SALE Friday
03/03 & Saturday
03/04 8 AM-??
. Something for
everybody! Carpet,
vinyl, household
items. Too much to
mention! 4385 Gait
City Rd. Milton
YARD SALE
Saturday, March
4th, 8 am ??
Appliances, refrig.
clothes, shoes. 5278
Lakewood Dr. Milton
YARD SALE
Fri, 3/3 & Sat, 3/4
8 am-2pm 6513
Winston Brown Rd.
Dishes, clothes,
books, woman's
bike & misc. items
YARD SALE
Saturday, March 4th
7am till Noon
5511 Okaloosa St.
Milton Will postpone
if it rains.
YOU CAN'T MISS
this HUGE 4 family
yard sale!
Saturday, March 3rd
7am -1 pm
5633 Azalea Ave.

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Wednesday, March 1, 2006












Wednesday, March 1, 2006


The Santa Rosa Press Gazette


Sports


OUTTA' TIHE

WOODS



/,,I \ By Tony Young

Tony.Young@MyFWC.com

Florida Fish and Wildlife
on C. Conservation Commission

...


March Means

Talkin' Turkey

Better start brushing up on your
,turkey calling, because spring gob-'
bler season is here. Whether you
"prefer to use a mouth call, box
call. slate or any combination,
March means it's time to start
:talkin' turkey.

One of the most coveted and
sought-after game species in
Florida is the Osceola turkey, also
: known as the Florida turkey. This
'unique bird is one of five sub-
S species of wild turkey in North
SAmerica.

The Osceola occurs only on the
Florida peninsula and nowhere else
in the world, making it extremely
'popular with out-of-state hunters.
'They're similar to the eastern sub-
S species (found in the Panhandle)
,but tend to be a bit smaller and
typically are darker with less white
:barring on the flight feathers of
"their wings.

': The w white bars on the Osceola
'are more narrow, with an irregular, .
..boken pattern, and don't extend to
.We.feather shaft. It's the black.
:'bars of the Osceola that actually
'dominate the feather. In conjunc-
, -,also dark. When the wings are
;folded on the back. the whitish
- ,triangular patch on the eastern
subspecies is less prominent on the
Osceola. Osceola feathers show "
more iridescent green and red
colors, with less bronze than:the
eastern.

The National Wild Turkey
Federation (NWTF) and FWC


recognize, in their respective
turkey registry programs, any wild
turkey harvested within or south of
the counties of Dixie. Gilchrist,
Alachua. Union. Bradford. Clay
and Duval to be the Osceola sub-.
species. Eastern turkeys and
hybrids are found north and west
of those counties in the Panhandle.

The highly anticipated spring
turkey season runs March 18 -
April 23 in the Northw est and
Central Hunting Zones and runs
March 4 -April 9 in the South
Zone. The exception is Holmes
County where the season runs
March 18-20. -

Hunters may take bearded
turkeys or gobblers only. and the
daily bag limit is one. The season
and possession limit on turkeys is
two, except in Holmes County.
where the season limit is one.

Shotguns are the best choice
when hunting turkeys. but if :'
you are so inclined you may use
other firearms, including rifles.
muzzleloaders and handguns, or
you can try your luckrwith a bow
or crossbow.' """

Shooting hours on private lands
are one-half hour before sunrise to
sunset, but on public lands anid
wildlife management areas
(WN s), you must quit hunting
at 1 p.m.

Of course, you can use turkey
decoys to help entice that stubborn
old, bird, but you are not permitted
to hunt turkeys with dogs; use
recorded turkey calls or sounds; or
shoot them while they are on the


roost, over bait or hunt within 100
yards of a game-feeding station.

In order to participate in spring
turkey hunting, you will need a
Florida hunting license and a
turkey permit. If you plan to
pursue a gobbler on one of
Florida's many WMAs, you must
also purchase a WMA permit.

All of these licenses and permits
'are available at county tax collec-
tors' offices: any retail outlet that
sells hunting and fishing supplies:
by calling toll-free, 1-888-HUNT-
FL.ORIDA; or online at
MyFWC.com/license.

If you didn't put in for a special -
opportunity or quota permit, don't
worry. because there are several
WMAs that don't require them.
Visit MyFWC.com/hunting to view,
a statewide listing of WMAs where
'you may spring turkey hunt with
just a hunting license. WMA per-'
mit and turkey permit.

This year, if you take a turkey
with an l1-inch beard and 1 1/4-
inch spurs. get your name listed in
the FWC's Wild Turkey Registry
by applying for an "'Outstanding
Gobbler Certificate." There is also
a "First Gobbler Certificate" ,
awarded to hunters under age 16
who harvest their first gobbler,
regardless of beard or spur
measurements. Applications
for both are available at
SMyFWC.com/hunting.

Whether it's going solo after
that elusive old torn or double-
teaming a pair of birds with your
buddy, March means spring gob-
,bler season is here. ,

... Here's-wishing you'-a' -
successful spring turkey season.
Remember to introduce someone
new to the sport of hunting when
you can. As always, have fun, hunt
safely and ethically, and we'll see :
-you in the woods!


Each year, Tony Young enjoys
spring gobbler,hunting in
Franklin County on family -owned,
property, which has great turkey
habitat and a healthy population
of birds.


Preps


Continued From Page One
Pace's fifth game was
called due to rain.
In other softball action:
Milton defeated Pensacola
Catholic 4-3 on Friday..
Catholic tied the game in
the top. of the sixth, but Milton
would respond with a run to
win the game as they improved
to 3-5 on the season.
Crystal Benge got the win
while scattering si\ hits.
"We have changed our phi-
losoph\ as a team," said Milton
head. coach Ron O'Quinn.
"When the score %xas tied at 3-3
I told the girls we can win this.
"They responded and, we
,pulled it out."
.. At the plate Benge helped
her own cause b\ going 3-for-3,
whilee Sidney Rutledge \\ent 2-
for-3.
,,"The girls haxe been really.
playing hard and we have
caught some breaks," said
O"'Quinn. "I have told them
from the beginning we are
going to be in the underdog role
for most of the season.
"And the\ ha, e accepted
that and are ready to face the
challenges ahead."
On Thursday Mihlon lost a ,.
close one to Gulf Breeze at;
home 1-0.
Benge limited the
Dolphins to just four hits. but
two errors in the fifth inning
allowed Gulf Breeze to score.
"This \was a very balanced
game and we were holding
our own until we made those
two. errors," said O'Quinn.
"But those things happen and.
we are ready to move ahead ,
and have a good week.
"The girls are really start-
: ing to step up."
i At the plate Benge went
2-for-3, while Rutledge went
,1-for-3 as the Lady Panthers
managed just fi\e hits off of
Cicly Blass.
Frida)ys' game against
Woodham has been postponed
until next week due to the
state basketball tournament.
On Thursday Jay lost to
Pensacola Catholic 6-3 in
Pensacola.
The. Lady Crusaders went
up 1-0 in the bottom' of the
second, but the- Lady Royals
tied it up in the top of the
third.
Krista Autry gave up nine.
hits in six innings, but the big
inning against her was in the
fourth when Catholic erupted
for four runs.
NMaranda O\wens went 2-
for-3 at the plate with a dou-


ble, while Joy Gandy went 2-
for-4.
In baseball Pace defeated
Tate 9-3 at home before a sell-
out crowd.
Tate took a 1-0 lead early
on when Joey Archer hit his
first of two-home runs in the
top of the second inning, but
it was a short-lived lead.
Pace tied the game at 1-1
in the 'bottom of the second
and then with two outs pro-
ceeded to score five more runs
to go up 6-1.
S..That would be all the
cushion Chris Sorce needed as
he recorded his first, win of
the season as Pace improved
to 2-0 on the year and in
District 1-5A action, while
last, year's 4A State Baseball
Champions lost their second
straight district game.
Sorce struck out 12 on the
night, despite all three of his
earned runs allowed came off
of Archer's two home runs..
At the plate Caleb Gindl
went 1-for-4 with a home run
and three RBI's, to lead the
Patriots.
After winning their sea-
son opener against Woodham,
Milton has been no-hit by
Gulf Breeze on Thursday and
dropped a:: .9-2 decision at,
home to Pensacola High on
.Friday. : ,
Kyle Whitfield went four
innings in the loss and was
. roughed up for .three runs in
his final inning of work.
Milton tried to come back
w ith two runs in the bottom of
'the. fourth, but the Tigers
would add three more runs in
the fifth and sixth innings for
the win.
Adam Roper went 1-for-3
with a triple, while Matt
Whitfield went 1-for-4.
On,Thursday the Dolphins
roughed up the Panthers 14-0
in six innings.
Weston Ltinsford took the
loss as he allowed 1-1 hits and
five runs in four innings of
%% ork despite striking out
three..
Milton also committed
'three errors.
In tennis action on
Thursday Tate defeated Pace
iii boys action 4-3, while .the
girls blanked the Lady Aggies
7-0.
Milton swept Escambia
with the boys winning 7-0 and.
the girls taking their match 5-
2.:
Story written by
Bill Gamblin. Reach hin
at sports@srpressgazette.com


Youth Winter League
Oops Alley
Feb. 25, 2006


High Game Women: LeeAnn
Brown
High Game Men: Austin Ellison
High Game Team: Xtreme
Bowlers
High Series Women; LeeAnn


Brown
High Series Men: Stephen Henry'
High Series Tearn: Xtreme
Bowlers
League Standings: 1. Splits
Happen, 2. Xtreme Bowlers, 3.
Fudpuckers.
Notes: Austin Ellison bowled a
203 scratch game with an aver-
age of 99.


Thursday, March 2, 2006
- 3.55 AM 0.51 feet
f- 11 AM 0.51 feet
6. 12 AM Sun rise
7.51 AM Moon rise
1:08 PM 0.78 feet
5:47 PM Sun set
9:04 PM Moon set
11:33 PM -0.02 feet


Friday, March 3, 2006
6:11 AM Sun rise
8:25 AM Moon rise
1:51 PM 1.13 feet
5:47 PM Sun set
10:11 PM Moon set
Saturday, March 4, 2006
1:38 AM -0.29 feet
6:10 AM Sun rise
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2:41 PM 1.38 feet
5:48 PM Sun set
11:18 PM Moon set

Sunday, March 5, 2006
2:59 AM -0.48 feet
6:09 AM Sun rise
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3:37 PM 1.53 feet
5:49 PM Sun set


Thursday, March 2, 2006
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6:14 AM Sun rise
7:53 AM Moon rise
11:01 AM 0.52 feet
5:48 PM Sun set
9:05 PM Moon set
9:42 PM -0.01 feet

Friday, March 3, 2006
6:13 AM Sun rise
8:27 AM Moon rise
11:44 AM 0.75 feet
5:49 PM Sun set
10:13 PM Moon set
11:47 PM -0.19 feet

Saturday, March 4, 2006
6:12 AM Sun rise
9:04 AM Moon rise
12:34 PM 0.92 feet
5:50 PM Sun set
11:20 PM Moon set

Sunday, March 5, 2006
1:08 AM -0.32 feet
6:10 AM Sun rise
9:44 AM Moon rise
1:30 PM 1.02 feet
5:50 PM Sun set


Thursday, March 2, 2006
12:05 AM 0.50 feet
4:06 AM 0.25 feet
6:12 AM Sun rise
7:51 AM Moon rise
10:19 AM 0.62 feet
5:37 PM -0.07 feet
5:47 PM Sun set .
9:03 PM Moon set

Friday, March 3, 2006
2:24 AM 0.25 feet,
3:18 AM 0.25 feet
6:11 AM Sun rise
8:25 AM Moon rise
10:20 AM 0.89 feet
5:47 PM Sun set
10:11 PM Moon set
10:28 PM -0.21 feet

Saturday, March 4, 2006
6:10 AM Sun rise
9:02 AM Moon rise
11:04 AM 1.09 feet
5:48 PM Sun set
11:18 PM Moon set
11:45 PM -0.42 feet

Sunday, March 5, 2006
6:09 AM Sun rise
9:42 AM Moon rise
11:57 AM 1.19 feet
5:49 PM Sun set


Thursday, March 2, 2006
4:51 AM 0.51 feet
6:13 AM Sun rise
6:41 AM 0.51 feet
7:52 AM Moon rise
2:04 PM 0.78 feet
5:47 PM Sun set
9:04 PM Moon set

Friday, March 3, 2006
12:03 AM -0.02 feet
6:12 AM'Sun rise
8:25 AM Moon rise
2:47 PM 1.13 feet
5:48 PM Sun set
10:12 PM Moon set

Saturday, March 4, 2006
2:08 AM -0.29 feet
6:11 AM Sun rise
9:02 AM Moon rise
3:37 PM 1.38 feet
5:48 PM Sun set
11:19 PM Moon set

. Sunday, March 5, 2006
3:29 AM -0.48 feet
6:10 AM Sun rise
9:42 AM Moon rise
4:33 PM 1.53 feet
5:49 PM Sun set


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Everyone is up to bat in SRC


C Royals to host Jaguars Thursday


By BILL GAMBLING
PG Sports Editor
The remainder of Santa
Rosa County is taking to the
diamond baseball and softball
season are getting underway in
Jay and Allentown.
Jay, who was one game
away from a trip to Tampa,
started the season with a loss to
Pensacola Catholic and will
have played their second game
on Tuesday against Flomaton.
But last year's 'slow start
didn't phase the Lady Royals
who won the District 1-2A title
last year under first year coach
Brian Watson as they went 10-8
for the year.
Watson admitted last year
he had a lot of new faces and
names to learn, but they quickly
became a force as their final
loss was to defending Region 1-
2A Champion Wewahitchka 6-
0.
The Lady Royals. lost only
two players due to gradua-
tion-Nicole Gafford and Jill,
Miller-so not only will Watson
know the names of his players,
but also what they are capable
of doing.
Two of the main cogs to
watch for this season will be.the
battery of pitcher Krista Autry
and. Jessi Johnson behind the
plate.
They have worked together
for eight seasons and still have
one more year ahead of them
after the 2006 campaign as they '
are just juniors. ,
Another defending district
titleholder is just east of Jay.in
Allentown.
Central and head coach
Darren Brock went 10-4 last
season while taking the District


2/ 28


@ Atmore
Central
@ T.R. Miller
Gulf Breeze
Alabama Christian
@ Walton
@ V.S. Neal
St. Paul
Flomaton
@ PC A
Freeport
PC 1\
@ Flomaton
Baker
@ Freeport
Atmore
W.S. Neal
@ Baker
T.R. Miller
Walton
@ Central


Jay Varsity

Softball Schedule


2 23
2/28
3/3
3/6

3/9
3/20
320
3/21
3. 23
3/ 27
3/28
3,30
4/ 4
4/10
4/11
4/13


@ Catholic
@ Flomaton
.@ W.S. Neal
Central
Northview
'@ Baker
@ Milton (DH)
Catholic
@ W.S. Neal
Baker
@ Northview
Freeport
@ East Hill
@ Freeport
@ West Florida (DH).
East Hill
@ Central


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'Brittney Weaver will once
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Jay Varsity Central Varsity
Baseball Schedule Baseball Schedule


3/6
3/21
3/27
3/30
4/4
4/6
4/10
4/11
4/13
4/17
4/20
4/21


Laurel Hill
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Pa'ton
@ Rocky Bavou
Rocky Bavou,
@ PCA
@ Paxton
East Hill
*9 Laurel Hill
@ Northview
PCA
Jay


Central Varsity
Softball Schedule


2/'21
3/6
3/7
3/10
3/2 1
3/23
3/23
3/28
3,'30
3/31
4/3
4/4

4/10
4/11
4/13


Pace (JVI
@ jay
@ East Hill
Laurel Hill
Rocky Bayou
@ Paxton
-Milton
East Hill
@ Rocky Bayou
@ Milton
@ Northview
Paxton
@ Laurel Hill
@ Pace
Aletheia Christian
Jay


squad of Lady Jags.
One of the first was their
ranking in the FHSAA Class A
softball poll where they were as,
high as seventh before losing to
Bethlehem in a rain delayed
game 11-0 in the Region I
Quarterfinals. "
Last year %was the first time
theLady Jags made it past the
district tournament and on top
of that hosted their first playoff
game.
That experience alone
should help propel Central into
another strong season.
On the baseball side of the
ledger it was a tale of twodif-
ferent teams, but both suffering
the same fate by finishing run-
ners up in their respective dis-
tricts and being eliminated in
the first round of the playoffs.
But in Jay the season was
just a little harder as the Royals
spent 90 percent of their season
on the road.
IHurricane Ivan and its
effects put the Royal on the bus
as they finished a respectable
13-12 for head coach Terry.
Diamond.
Central finished at 9-9, but
that could have been a lot better
if they could have managed just
a few more runs from their
offense that was downright
scary at times.
"We had a good year last
year but didn't really make a
push," said Central head coach
Rick Weekes. "We were one
run short against Graceville.
"And we have made that
solemn vow to find that one run
this year."
Currently ,the Jaguars JV
squad is getting things going, as
they are 5-0 on their schedule


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and looking to help the varsity
squad %when they open their sea-
son at JaN tomorrow.
"This game w ill be a test
for us." said Weekes. "If w e can
stay on the field w ith Ja\ then I
think %we will be able to play
with anyone on our schedule."
One of the big bats this sea-
son will belong %with Keith
Germann. who is also the catch-
er for the Jaguars.
Germann %will be joined in
what could be a huge run pro-
ducing machine bN J.J.
Sessions, a district top producer
who missed last season due to
an illness,. T) son Weeks,
Brandon Hoyt. and Justin
Morris.
"We w ill have offense."
said Rick Weeks. "The thing for
us is to stop the other team.
"Sometimes last year we
weren't able to do that in criti-
cal situations."
. This year Rick Weeks will
be looking to a couple of young
but experienced pitchers.
Logan Campbell is a tall
southpaw who has done an out-
standing job early this year with
the junior varsity squad, while
freshman Paul Baggett with be
firing away from the right side
and compete in his third varsity
season.
"We have some good
youthful young arms," said
Rick Weekes. "The thing we
don't know about is the pres-
sure and what will happen
when they take the hill.
"I believe we can score the
runs, but stopping the other
team will be the key."
One factor the Jaguars will
be working on is stopping the
other team from running the
base paths.
"Keith does a good job
behind the plate," said Rick
Weekes. "But last year we gave
up more stolen bases than I-
like.
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have been working on more
this early on."


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IS STRESS Ruining
Your Relationship?
Buy and read DIA-
NETICS by L Ron
Hubbard. Call:
(813) 872-0722 or
send $8.00 to
Dianetics 3102 N.
Habana Ave.,
Tampa, FL 33607


AUCTION SATUR-
DAY, MARCH 4TH
Doc Hall, AU#1497
AB 1398 A little bit
ol everything' Auc-
tion to be rield at
The Cedar Chest,.
Hwy 90, Pace. Sale
slans at 10 am For
more info call. 626-
24"75


Auction!


MARY MABIE
AUCTION-LUXURY
SKI Condorriniums.
Sleaimboal Grand
Reson Hoiel & Con-
dominiums, Steam-
boat Springs, Colo-
rado March 18.
2006, al 10AM. Dai-
ly previewvv
www Steam-
boaiGrandAuctii-n c
om. David L Harley.
broker
Lic.#ER-0030654.


102
Drivers
SS DRIVER NEEDED
Great pay & benefit
package CDL-A
required. Minimum
age 21 yrs.
Students welcome!
CYPRESS TRUCK-
LINE Call:
(877) 467-5663
CLASS A-CDL Driv-
ers. Great Benefits
& Pay. Home Most
Weekends. 95% No
Touch Freight. 70%
Drop & Hook. Earn
up to $1.21/mile. In-
terested? Call Daryl
(800)274-4110...
DRIVER- NOW HIR-
ING QUALIFIED
DRIVERS for Cen-
tral Florida Local &
National OTR posi-
tions. Food grade
tanker, no hazmat,
no pumps, great
benefits, competitive
pay & new equip-
ment. Need 2.years
experience. CIll By-,
num Transport for
your opportunity to-
day. (800)741-7950.
DRIVERS- FLAT-
BED, Reefer &
OTR. Recent Aver-
age $1.27-f1.47 .per
mile. No Experi-
ence? On the Road
Training Available.
(800)771-6318
www.primeinc.com.
NOW HIRING
No CDL required.
Truck driver with
tractor trailer and
forklift experience a
must. 623-5385.


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




Tne Santa Rosa Press Gazene wil soon nave an opening in
rhe post-press department Tnis position involves inserting the
sections ot ine paper together and placing ac circulars into
Ihose sections.
This part-time job is a good opportunity ior extra cast for
these who just need a litle spending money or some weekend
"mad' money.
Hours vary., ut are normally Tuesdays and Fridays from 10
a m until 6pm
If you're the type or person that others enjoy Deing around, if
you canr lake a job and make ,i enjoyable itr you understand
the importance ol a newspaper making it to people's homes
on time .tren this lob may be tor you and you may just be the
person we're looking for
The Press Gazente is a drug-iree workplace and an eoual
opportunity employment Drop Dy Monday through Friday 8
a m to 5 p m to fill ou anr application. Call 623-2120 for more
details.


102
Drivers
EVERGREEN
TRANSPORTA-
TION needs Drivers
to run the 13 SE
states with both
weekly and week-
end home time. We
offer good pay and
benefits. Company
pays $1000. sign-on
bonus It you are at
least 23 years old
and have a good
driving record, w/
HAZMAT endorse-
ment, please come
-by our terminal lo-
cated at: 300 Hwy.
95A, Cantoment, FL
across frbm IP pa-
per mill or call 968-
1702
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.


NOW HIRING
QUALIFIED DRIVERS
for Central Florida
local & national OTR
positions. Food
grade tanker, no
hazmat, no pumps.
Great benefits,
competilive pay &
new equipment.
Need 2 years
experience.
Call Bynum
Transport for your
opportunity today
Call:(800) 741-7950


104
General Help
"NOW HIRING
2006" AVERAGE
POSTAL EMPLOY-
EE EARNS
$57,000/YR Mini-
mum Starting Pay
$18.00,hr.
BenelitsiPaid Train-
ing and Vacations
No Experience
Needed (800)584-
1775 Ref 45600.

APPLEBEE'S-
NEIGHBORHOOD
Grill & Bar
Join our TEAM!
Bring your
enthusiastic altitude
& positive energy to
be part of a TEAM
who works hard &
has fun! Now hiring
F/T & P/T hosts,
servers, cooks & i
kitchen support at
our restaurant.
Enjoy ,great pay
with a host of
benefits to
complement your
quality Work. PLUS,
receive $50 follow-
ing 60 days of em-
ployment & an addi-
tional $50 after 120
days of
employment. Apply
now at the Destin
Applebee's located
at 8670 Hwy 98
West. EOE.,

,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.


15 DAY LOCAL
CDL TRAINING
*Full and Part Time Classes
* rlal r ,:a.ri6if rari.'. r .:.', ;l|I
* Tull.:.i- :, 5 .. qu,5lllloa
For over 29 years-
we've been training
America's Truckers!
CALL TODAY!
Truck Driver Institute
5750 Milton Road
Milton, FL
800-709-7364,
CHILDCARE
FUNDRAISING
Director National
fundraising company
seeking energetic
phone person. Work,
from your location to
call childcares to
help them raise
money $15/Avg.
(813) 862-2769
CLEANING PER-
SO\N needed. Seri-
ous long term em-
ployment applicants
only. Must be relia-
ble, dependable. &
have own car. Call
994-1785
LOVING
PRESCHOOL
TEACHERS
wanted. Apply at
Tender Heart Learn-
ing Center at Avalon
Baptist Church. Call
'for more info or
apply in person.
626-0117:


Team Santa Rosa EDC '- Te
Agribusiness Manager
Team Santa Rosa is seeking an
Agribusiness Manager to represent
TEAM in its role as Santa Rosa
County's economic development
partner for agribusiness affairs. 30
hr/wk, 30k/yr, some benefits. Visit
www.teamsantarosa.com for full

and how to apply.



SANDY RIDGE CARE
CENTER. NOW HIRING ^ -
C.N.A.S W/SIGN-ON
BONUS. INQUIRE WITHIN
5360 GLOVER LANE,
MILTON, FL, 32570. EOE
DRUG-FREE
WORKPLACE



MEDICAL TECHNOLOGIST. FT, PT
OR PRN POSITION. 12 HOUR
SHIFTS. MUST HAVE FL LICENSE.
PLEASE FAX OR SEND RESUME '
TO 850-675-8173 OR 14114 -
ALABAMA STREET, JAY FLORIDA
32565 OR CONTACT WENDY IN
HUMAN RESOURCES
x @ 850-675-8069 FOR FURTHER '
7, INFORMATION. ,


104
General Help
COMMERCIAL
PLUMBING CO.
HIRING HELPERS
No experience re-
quired. Competitive
pay based on expe-
rience. 401 K plan &
profit sharing. Ad-
vancement opportu-
nities available. Ap-
ply in person or call
994-9033
COOK NEEDED for
Bayou Cafe.
Monday-Friday
Call 994-9232.
EXPERIENCED
HEAVY Duty Me-
chanic, staring pay
$20/hr. 484-9707
FOREMEN To Lead
Utility Contract
Field Crews -
-Outdoor physical
work-
-Many entry-level
positions I
-Paid training
- $14/hr + bonuses
after promotion'
-Living allowance
when traveling
-Company truck and
good benefits
Must have strong
leadership skills, a
good driving history
and be able to travel
to Tennessee and
nearby states. ,
Email resume to:
Recruiter3@
osmose.com ,or
fax: (985)871-0605
www.OsmoseUtilit-
ies.co
EQE M/F/D/VN.
NOW HIRING Cash-
ier for Bailey's Pen-
ny Pantry 3840 Hwy
90 Pace 994-7801


104
General Help
HIRING- PANHAN-
DLE Concrete Cut-
ting. Inc. Laborers-
no experience nec-
essary. Will train.
Good pay and bene-
fits. Call 850-572-
9749.
IMMEDIATE
OPENING bldg
boat trailers hand
tool experience a
plus medical
and dental ins
drug screen apply
at 4360
Floridatown
Rd. Pace Fl.
MEDICAL TECH-
NOLOGIST. FT, PT
or PRN Position. 12
hour shifts. Must
have FL license.
Please fax or send
resume to 850-675-
8173 or 14114 Ala-.
bama Street, Jay
Florida 32565 or
contact Wendy in
Human Resources
@ 850-675-8069 for
further information.
NIXON'S CLOTH-
ING store- P/T Sales
Associate, retail ex-
perience required.
Apply at 5061 Dog-
wood, Milton.

NOW HIRING 2006
AVERAGE POSTAL
EMPLOYEE EARNS
$57,000/yr. ,
Minimum:starting
pay $18.00/hr.
Benefits / paid train-
ing and vacations
No experience
needed
Call: (800) 584-1775
Ret#5600


104
General Help
NOW HIRING Floor
Tech for Milton area.
Full time evening
shift Mon-Fri Experi-
ence in striping and
waxing a plus. Call
for more info 850-
983-5262
OFFICE ASSISTANT
needed for in-home
business in Milton.
2 to 3 mornings per
week Great hours &
.great boss. Comput-
er/typing skills need-
ed. Please call: 626-
0902 .
PAINTER NEEDED.
Paying $12 to
$14/hr. Please call
at 995-4658
PLACE YOUR
AD HERE
PARTS AND Serv-
ice 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-
try needs experi-
enced RV Techs.
Great benefits. Pay
based on experi-
ence. Hourly shop.
Please fax resume
to: (704)455-1439.
No phone calls
please.


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7 104
General Help

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

PUBLISHER'S
NOTICE
I Milton Newspapers,
Inc. (dba The Santa
Rosa Press Gazette
and TheSanta 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
publishh said adver-
tisement. Publication
of an advertisement
S 'does not constitute
-an agreement for
continued publica-
tion.
-SANDY RIDGE
.Care Center Now
hiring C.N.A.s
w/Sign-on Bonus.
"Inquire within 5360
sGlover Lane, Milton,
FL, 32570. EoE
Drug-Free .Work-
'-place
' '-TEAM SANTA Rosa
'EDC Agribusiness
Manager
S-Team Santa Rosa is
seeking an Agribusi-
-ness,. Manager to
-represent TEAM in
S 'its role as Santa Ro-
ssa' County's eco-
nomic development
Span ner for agribusi-
S "ness affairs. 30
hr/wk. 30k/yr, some
benefits. Visit
S www.teamsantaro-
,sa.com for full posi-
tion description and
'how to apply.
WESLEY MEMORI-
AL UMC is search-
'-ing for a pianist for
-;Sunday mornings &
..-.Wednesday eve-
nings. This is a paid
-.posilion. For more
informationo, call
0,,994-6213.

110
Labor
LANDSCAPE
..LABORERS need-
ed. Joiner's Inc.
Call: 994-4419 or
0,554-7827

*- PAINTER NEEDED
Paying $12- $14 hr:
SPlease call:
995-4658

118
Part Time


WOODBINE
BAPTIST CHURCH
accepting applica-
T' tions for part-time
Music Minister.
Please send
resume t:
4912 Woodbine
Rd., Pace, FL
". 32571 or call
994-6169
for more info.


124
Sales &
Telemarketing


LIBERTY
S NATIONAL
Life Insurance Co
Is expanding its
p operation and is
looking for people
to fill insurance
Sales & service
positions. Average
annual earnings
$48,554. Fringe
benefit package:
.- 2 retirement funds,
S health insurance,
I paid vacation,
~ convention trips &
many others.
No experience
S necessary. We
S have on the job
S training. Contact
DonWiggins at:
983-7576 or


Fax
resume to:
850-682-1523
,,. Liberty National
is an EOE
0DC05398

S 126
i Skills/Trade


EXPERIENCED
SEPTIC TANK
'. n WORKER
needed. Mon-Sat
Pay based on
experience
Call: 994-3206


I PAGE 6B THE SANTA ROSA PRESS GAZETTE/FREE PRESS MARCH 1, 2006


305
Auto
CATS CARS Auto
Repair specializing
in electrical work,
lights,. switches,, al-
ternators, window
motors & regulators,
etc. Call Perry @
686-0061 for appt.
310
Business
Opportunities
INTERNATIONAL
INVESTMENT bank-
ing firm has middle
market business for
sale. If interested in
buying or selling a
business, call
(877)217-8231,.
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
ACCIDENT IN-
JURED All Personal
Injury: "WRONGFUL
DEATH "AUTO
*MOTORCYCLE
*TRUCK "PREM-
ISE/PRODUCT 'AN-
IMAL BITES "SLIP
.AND FALL "PEDES-
TRIAN A-A.A Attor-
ney Referral Servide
(800)733-5342 24
Hours.
ANN BARNHILL
TRUCKING Dirl
Work, Fill Dirt,
Crushed Asphalt,
Brown Dirt, Lime-
stone. Driveways,
Culverts. Mobile
Homes PADS. Call .
for price. (850) 623-
3461 (850) 232-
0670. Free Esti-
mates!
ARTIE KELLER
STUCCO. Licensed
and Insured Con-
ventional and Syn-
thetic Systems. No
lob too big nor to
small. Call 698-8327
or 626-9164.





Residential,
Commercial &
Industrial
New & Existing
Construction
Installation,
Service & Repair
Of All
Natural Gas
Appliances &
Piping Systems
Call Today For All
Your Gas Services
Needs

Lic#MG20081
Insured
BORDER TO Bor-
der Fence and Deck
Company. All types
of fencing installed
and repaired.' Spe-
cializing in privacy
fencing and wooden
decks. Our privacy
fences are built with
SCREWS. Free Es-
timates. 485-2532.


CALL ME for all
your mortgage
needs. "Even if your
credit isn't perfect"
Purchase, ReFi,
100% Loans, No In-
come Verification.
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
CCS LAND clearing
Demolition Drive-
ways Dirt Ponds -
'Lakes Competitive
Rates 850-994-0744
D&D REMODELING
INC. General Con-
tractor All Types
Home Maintenance;
Roofs to Floors,
Renovations, Decks,
Tile, .Plumbing, Etc.
Evictions, Move-
Outs,; Construction
Cleaning, Pressure
Washing. Painting,
Tree work, & Etc.
Locally owned.
FREE ESTIMATES.
Lic.#4710-0037952
CELL#261-1173
CELLit261-3598
DAY BY Day Quality
Fencing. Competi-
tive pricing for all of
your fencing needs.
Locally licensed,
owned and operat-
ed. We look forward.
to your call. New
fencing or' repairs.
Call 850-529-3546.
DIRT CHEEP
Cleaning Service.
We Furnish Sup-
plies. :Senior., dis-
count with ad.
Homes, condos. ottfi-
ces. Call 384-2388
DIVORCE $275-
$350*COVERS chil-
dren, etc. Only one
signature required!
"Excludes govt.
fees! Call weekdays
(800)462-2000,
ext.600. (8am-7pm)
Alta Divorce,. LLC.
Established 1977.
DOUBLE "B" Land
Clearing. Backhoe
Work. Licensed and
Insured. Bryen Bal-
lard. (850)994-5740
or t850)232-1581.
EXPERIENCED
SITTER will watch
your loved one in
Nursing home set-
ting or at their home.
Call Katiie 626-
8088.
G&E LANDSCAP-
ING AND TREE
SERVICES
Free estimates.
credits card ok.
Grading, mulchi"'
weeding, trimming,
new beds, old beds
redone, clean ups,
clearing stump
grinding, tree remov-
al. 850-529-5650

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

HAUL OFF UN-
WANTED ITEMS
Free estimates! Call
623-3270 or 748-
4718

-HOUSE*
CLEANING
"I'M AN ACE" '
When It Comes
To Cleaning ,
Your Home!
Pace -Milton Area
Please call Pat at:
623-0854

IRENE'S PET Care
Pet Sitting
Dog Walking
19 yrs. in Rescue
Milton, Florida
(850)981-1007


truck and tractor.
Bobcat and tractor
work. Driveways,
culverts, light land
cleaning. Site prep
and clean up. Fill
dirt, brown dirt and
limerock hauling.
Michael Porter
(850)983-9888.
Tony Joiner
(850)573-0669


315
Business Services
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

MAYBE, YOU can.
do; it yourself, but
will you? Dave Kop-
pin Home ImprOve-
ment. Inc. Specializ-
ing in Insurance esli-
maies, Small Home
Improvement Prol-
ects & Maintenance.
(850) 626-6944.

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



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

Beautiful building &
surrounding
grounds provide an
ideal setting for
your celebration.
Rental available for
meetings, wedding
receptions, anniver-
saries, birthday
parties. etc.
Call 623-9034


MOBILE HOME
Brokers. Major and
minor repairs. Re-
roof, patio covers,
screen rooms, level-
ing, locally owned,
operated. Free esti-
mates. 100% Fi-
nancing WAC. Call
857-1051.
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) Residential,
Interior/Exterior.
Family owned busi-
ness, over 30 years.
Call The Ericksens
today! (850)723-
2550 or 623-6034


Divorce $108, Adoption '80
l4ame Change '55
FREE Typing, Call for
Worksheet (850) 434-7524
1850 N. "W" St.
(1 blk. N. of Flea Market)j


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news, sports,-classifleds & businesses
Your hometown newspaper!
6629 Elva Street, Milton
623-3161 2q-12 90


315
Business Services,
STUMP-EASE
STUMP GRINDING
Most removals $35 -
discount for multiple
removals
Backyard accessible
Licensed & Insured.
Local Contractor
Retired USN
232-8746
TAX SEASON IS
HERE! Need help
on your taxes?
Please call me for
quick results at fair
prices: 346-8563
Lisa Bender Book-
keeping & Tax Serv-.
ice
TNT CARPORTS
R.V. & Boal covers
Buildings,
Garages.
Portable Sheds
CARPORTS
Single $595
Double $695.
12 X 41-$1295
.24 X 31 $1990
Galvanized Steel
Many sizescolors.
Franrcing AvaitaDle
Free delivery & setup
(850)983-2296 or
Pager 505-1867

325
Domestic

DEPENDABLE
HOUSEKEEPER,
TEN YEARS EXPE-
RIENCE. REASON-
ABLE RATES.CALL
994-6236



AL



.



335
Financial Services
ERASE DEBT at
last! Stop collections
and finally get
ahead. Proven suc-
cessful program.
Slash monthly bills.
Call now lor 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 &
cleaning-up
Local company'
Commercial &
Residential Owner
Operated -
Licensed & Insured
(cell) 324-4035

PAGE'S TREE
SERVICE
Trim, cut & remove
Call: 626-2159 (if no
S'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- 7AR-A71 ,


350
Senior Care

GRANNY NANNIES
Affordable Home
Care Services.
Highly Qualified
Personal Care
Givers Includes
CNAandHHA
available up to 24
hrs a day/7days a
week. Serving San-
. ta Rosa and Es-
cambia Counties.
- Quality Home
Health Care Since
1990.
-A Helping Hand
and A Gentle Heart'
995-0599
Lic#NR3021'1252



GRANNY NANNIES
Affordable Home
Care Services.
Highly Oualified
Personal Care
Gvers Includes
CNA and HHA
available up to 24
hrs a day/7days a
week. Serving San-
ta Rosa and Es-
cambia Counties.
Quality Home
Health Care Since
1990.
"A Helping Hand
and A Gentle Heart'
995-0599
L.,cN.JR30211252


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


360
C Miscellaneous

CRUISE- 7
NIGHTS, EASTERN
CARIBBEAN
BRAND NEW SHIP
SAILING R/T FROM
FT. LAUDERDALE
NOVEMBER 2006-
MARCH 2007.
FROM $499 (PORT
TAXES INCLUDED)
WITH FREE BUS!
(800)741-1770.
WWW.ALLA
BOARDTRAVEL.CO
M


EARN DEGREE on-
line from home.
*Medical, *Business,
*Paralegal, *Com-
puters. Jqb Place-
ment Assistance.
Computer & Finan-
cial aid if qualify
(866)858-2121
www.onlinetidewa-
tertech.com.
HUNT ELK
Red Stag, Whileiail,
Buffalo, Wild Boar
Our season -
now 3/31/06
Guaranteed license,
$5.00 Trophy in
two days. No-
game/no-pay policy.
Days: (314) 209-9800
Evenings:
(314) 293-0610


402
Apartments
1 BEDROOM unfur-
nished apartment
for rent. Ideal for
seniors!
Call: 623-8875
2BR/IBA
NEW CARPET, cen-
tral H/AC, water,
sewer, garbage in-
cludejd. $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
MILTON 2BR/2BA
BRICK DUPLEX
Stove, Iridge., laun-
dry room, fenced
yard. Non-smoking
$535'mo.
all: 626-2928


The All New!

Jay

Apartments

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850-623-0609,






404
Commercial
NEWLY REMOD-
ELED Office Spaces
Available for rent
$200-$250
conveniently located
across the street
from Santa Rosa
County Courthouse
Call 850-623-0208
for details
OFFICE FOR lease,
Pace location. 995-
4804.
406
SHomes
4 BR/2BA attached'
garage, privacy ',
fenced rear yard
Also have notice
space for rent
Call: 994-8784
6561 JULIA WAY
3BR/2BA Milton
Central heal/air
total electric
$700/rent $700/dep
Call: 626-0179 or
255-1459
AVAILABLE NOW-
Centrally, -located
clean brick home.
Three bedroom, one
balh. C H/A, stove &
refrigerator. Fenced
backyard. Rent
$725, deposit $500.
850-981-9695.
FOR RENT

3BR/2BA Home
5476 Oak Meadows
Milton $1150/mo.

3BR/2BA Waterfront
home 5084 San
Miguel $1800,mo

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


406
Homes
FOR RENT
3BR/2BA,
Completely remod-
eled. New carpet/
paint / ceramic tile
$850,month + $850
deposit. Call:
982-212 or
623-0296
,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 DUPLEX
3/2 all new nice
deck off kitchen.
Near Hamilton
Bridge Rd. Possible
lease/purchase for
credit wonhy tenant.
Call Arnold proper-
ties 261-5307
STONEBROOK
IN PACE
2 BR'2BA patio
home on golf course
Large patio Ready
now' $1000.'month
Call: 994-8322.
408
Land

LAND FOR SALE
Refer to
1 Classification
#510

MOBILE HOME lots
lor rent including
R.V's. FEMA wel-
come. Eastgate Mo-
bile Home Ranch.
'626-8973.

410
Mobile Homes
1BR/1BA MOBLE
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.
FOR RENT 2 bed 1
bath. East Gate Mo-
bile Home Ranch.
Call 626-8973
MOBILE HOME
2BR/2BA central
heat/air. Clean,
private lot located on
Caroll Rd. $450/rent
$350 dep.Refi.credit
check req. Call: 626-
6834 or 572-2477
MOBILE HOME
SITE for lease 4+.
acres, has utilities.
Oth Hwy. 87 S. Call,
(850) 932-3434





MOBILE HOMES
FOR RENT
2 BR/2BA in nice,
quiet, clean park in
Milton Garbage!
water/lawn mainte-
nance included.
$475-$550 Require
1st & last month's
rent. Call: 255-7772


410
Mobile Homes
RENT TO OWN
Milton Mobile Home
Very nice, large
4BR/2BA Family
room w/fireplace,
cathedral ceiling,
dishwasher, 12x16
storage bldg.
Privacy fenced
double lot. $2,000
down $795'mo
Call- 994-0155
412
Rooms'For Rent,
FURNISHED ROOM
in private home in
Milton for single
working person
$125 a week. In-
cludes TV.table, mi-
crowave, refrigera-
I Ior. No pets, no
company allowed.
Deposit. 449-4070
416
Vacation & Resort
CRUISE
7 NIGHTS EAST-
, ERN CARIBBEAN
Brand new ship
sailing r,'t from FI.
Lauderdale
November 2006
March 2007
From $499 Iport
laxes included) with
FREE BUS!
(8001 741-1770
www.allaboardtra-
vel.com


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506
Homes


2 PROPERTIES in
Jay'!
4 bedroom 2 bath
home on lust
under 1 acre with
detached 20x24
garage. Hwy 4
frontage ($115,000)
7 acres adjoining
being sold separelly
for 90,000. also has
Hwy 4 frontage.
Call Deck Realty,
Inc. 850-626-0711

2BR/2BA
EXCELLENT condi-
tion with deep water
dock. Blackwaler
Bay,very secluded &
quiet neighborhood.
$995/mo. $500/dep.
994-0667
3/2 HOME with
1,575 s.f. and 1500
s.f
workshop.$189,900.
Owner finance
$10,000. down 7%,
30 yrs. approx.
$1,190.89 P &. mo.,
Linda 983-3062.
BY. OWNER/
AGENT 3bd/2ba.
Lakefront. The
Moors Golf & Rac-
quet Club.
$239,900. 380-
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.


506
Homes ;.
HOME FOR SALE
by owner. Brand
new, brick, 1934 sq. -
ft. 4BR/2BA split
floor plan. Milton golf ,'
community, golf
package included.
,$215,900
Please call:
(850) 324-4093 or
492-8931

OPEN HOUSE
Saturday March 4th
10am-2pm
6468 Oakcrest Rd.
Milton, FL
3BR/2BA,'3/4 acre
Brick home w;large
fenced yard .
& storage bldg.
2022 sq. ft. of living
space. Fireplace,
eat-in-kitchen &
large rooms
Many options here'
Motivated Seller!
Don't miss ihis one' -
Priced to sell at .
$159,900. ,
Call listing agent -
for more info: ,'-
Yetta Rodriguez
EXIT REALTY
(850) 777-8099

PACE 3/2 Brick
home 1/2 acre
$189,900. 99-4-1540
or 324-4915.
S 508 "
Investments
BEAUTIFUL "
NORTH CAROLINA.
WINTER SEASON *
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MOUNTAINS OF: '-'
WESTERN NC;
MOUNTAINS. .
Homes, Cabins,.
Acreage & Invest-
ments. Cherokee
Mouniain Rearlty -
GMAC Real Estate, :- .
Murphy wwwchero- '
" keemountainrealtyc ."
om Call for Free
Brochure (800)841-
5868.


510
Land
' LAND AUCTION '
200 Props Must be
Sold! Low Down / E-
Z Financing Free
Catalog 1800)937-
1603 WWW.LAN-
DAUCTION.COM
3 ACRES FOR
SALE North of
Milton. Zoned RR1
$75,000 Property
can be subdivided
into two parcels
Call: 623-8448
EASTERN TENNES-
SEE
MOUNTAIN
HOMESITES
Gated lakeside
community
1 to 5 acre wooded
and lake view sites
from the $40's. .
Planned amenities,
Minutes from
Chattanooga .
Call today:
(866) 292-5769
Gates of the River

LAND FOR RENT
Refer to
Classification
#408


Casey's Nursery


Largest selection of trees,


shrubs & perennials


SPECIAL WITH AD

WEEPING MULBERRY


6995



FRUIT, SHADE & ORNAMENTAL

TREES, AZALEAS, CAMELLIAS,

PALMS, LONG LIFE ROSES

FANCY LILLIES & IRISES


JON & DEB

Welcome you to visit

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Milton, FL


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Cathedral Ceiling in Great-Room
Spacious Kitchen & Dining Area with custom cabinets
*Architectural Shingles Vinyl Exterior Trim
Luxury Marble Vanity Tops
Garden Tub and Shower
Ceiling Fans in all Bedroom and Great Room
Walk-in Closets in Bedrooms
French Doors Gas or Wood Fireplace


I Will build on Slab or Piers


Visit our website www.steelehomes.cc


BssSi.sqa.t.to2,5s-ft. Pie


Baths Sq.Ft.
Bellehaven 1I 1040
'Chadwick 2 1149
Stratford 2 1257
Norwood 2 1341
Mayfair 2 1418
Diplomat 2 1510
Hampton 2 1525
Gemini 2 1579
Inglewood 2 1586
Ambassador 2 1610
York 2 1622
Oxford 2 1713
Lexington 2 1812
Lexington 4 BR 2 1812
Pinebrook (Signature Series)2 1833
Fleetwood 2 1949
Kingston (Signature Series) 2 2129
Executive 2 1/2 2215
Regency (Signature Series) 3 2495
2 Bedroom Duplex 2 (1 each unit) 1740
3 Bedroom Duplex 4 (2 each unit) 2062


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AND COMPANY, INCORPORATED
EvaHgop my 6705 N. Pensacola Blvd. 477-7880
FL. Lie. #CRCo044810I Toll Free (888) 231-1255


Price
67,800
70,600
78,100
83,000
83,900
86,800
87,600
90,600
98,100
91,200
95,000
97,300
101,300
101,700
116,600
108,400
131,300
126,300
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510
Land
LARGE MOUNTAIN
Land Bargains
High elevation
Adjoins pristine
state forest. 20 +
acres to 350 acres
Sweeping mountain
views & streams
www.liveinwv.com

OCALA/ ORLANDO
FLORIDA AREA
$15,000 Discount!
1.7-21 acres from
S$149.900: Rolling
hills, views, trails.
SOnly 2 miles from
1-75. Discount ends
2/28 Broker/Owner
Call: (352) 330-0022
SECLUDED &
I 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
2005 MOBILE
HOME in Milton
11/2 acres
12x24 workshop
4BR/2BA 2100 sq.ft.
$140.000
Call: 626-0018

IMMEDIATE
MOBILE HOME
SALE 14 x 70
2 BR/2BA Must be
moved (seller will
pay to move Call:
206-6810


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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


SECLUDED 6
ACRES NE ol
Million 10 minutes
from Blackwater
Slate Park
Two 1999 Palm
Harbor modular
homes. 3BR/ 2BA.
front/back porch
on both, shop.
storage, fully
stocked fish pond.
4 acres fenced
pasture beautiful
family homesite
Must sell for
medical reasons
$300,000 for all
Call:
(850) 957-8784 or
(850) 554-5237


556
Homes
LOG HOME Auction
Tallahassee, FL -
March 11th Tampa,
FL March 12th. 26
New Log Home
Packages offered.
One absolute to
highest bidder!
Package includes
sub-floor, logs, win-
dows, doors, rafters,
roofing...Daniel
Boone Log Homes
(800)766-9474..

MURPHY, NORTH
CAROLINA
AHH..COOL
S02512355UMERS.
MILD WINTERS!
Affordable homes &
mountain cabins
CALL FOR FREE
BROCHURE
(877) 837-2288.
EXIT REALTY
MOUNTAIN VIEW
PROPERTIES
www.exitmurohy cormi
558
Investments
WE BUY
HOUSES FAST
NO EQUITY?
NO PROBLEM!
Call Toll Free
24 Hrs:
1-877-7BUY-FAST
www 8777bu'1asi corn

560
Land
GOV'T, HOMES! $0
DOWN! BANK RE-
PO'S & FORECLO-
SURES! NO CRED-
IT OK! $0 / LOW
DOWN' Call for List-
ings (800)498-8619.


FOR SALE

CUSTOM, CONTEMPORARY FARMHOUSE

Farmhouse on 6.62 acres wiih pond Pcredtl for small business, crafl person, or
extreme hobbist. Workshops and 3 sheds on concrete pads with electric and
pneumatti: Brand new 24\31' metld gUarage. Pejcelul gazebo overlooks pond.
Decks. Covered porches and 14.2(' sL reened prL hoes found most of the house.
Beautifully IandsLped with many 6ruit trees, herb garden, and Ilowering plants,
Heart pine floors. Tumbled uavertinc in kitchen. Custom ,abineis, mahogany'
counterntops and top of ithe line stainless s*eel appliances. Custom mill work,
Anderson windows and .cypress e\pised b-atns Ne,, 311 yea, ro:l., ci:pper
flashing, 2x6 Construction and freshly stained cedar board and batten siding.
New AC systems with."puron" allergy reducer New, drain lines and new asphalt


driveways.


850
994-6128

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$399,900.00



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Realtor/Associate
Cell 850-450-6233


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A LOT OF LOTS
AVAILABLE IN
SOUTHWEST
FLORIDA. ',Cape
Coral, Lehigh and'
Lake Placid. Water-
front, Multi-family,
single family and
commercial.
www.hmpproperlies.
corn or call
(239)707-0888.
ASHEVILLE, NC
AREA HOMESITES
Own a private '
mountain retreat
-Gated riverfront
community
-Stunning i mountain
views
-1 to 8 acres from
the $60s
-4-season climate
Call (866) 292-5762.
Bear River Lodge
E TENNESSEE
Lake Propenies
Homes from
$200,000 to
$1,000.000. Lake-
front lots from
$100,000 Lakeview
lots from $35,000
SCall Lakeside Realty
(423)626-5820 or
visit www.lakesi-
derealty-tn.com.
EAST TENNESSEE
Mountain Property.
Only minutes from
Gatlinburg, TN. 7
acres & Stream
$39,900. 20 acres
Wooded $79,900.
Opening March 411n.
1800)770-9311 exi. 321
GEORGIA BLAIRS-
VILLE IN THE
NORTH GEORGIA
MOUNTAINS. Land,
Homes, Commercial
& Investment. 'EV-
ERYTHING WE
TOUCH TURNS TO
SOLD' Jane Baer
Realty, k706)745-
2261. (800)820-
7829 www.janebaer-
realty.com, janeba-
er@alltel.nel

GRAND OPENING!
Wnght's Creek
Located in the FL":
panhandle
3 acres
from $27.900
Waterfront lots from
$49,900
(866) 888-7332
Ext. 12
HORSE FARM
LIQUIDATIbN
20 acres $59,900
Lush pastures.
beautiful trout
stream, spectacular
upstate NY setting
Ideal summer home
site! Terms availa-
ble! Call, now!
(877) 909-5263
www.upstateNY-
land.com
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Land
HORSE FARM LIQ-
UIDATION 20 acres-
$59,900 Lush pas-
tures, beautiful trout
stream, spectacular
upstate NY setting
Ideal summer home
site! -Terms avail!
Call now! (877)909-
5263 wwwup-
stateNYland.com
MOUNTAINS OF
NORTH GA. 'The
Very Best of River-
front, Lakefront,
Acreage Tracts.
Building Parcels-
From1 to 195 Acres'
Direct From Owners
(706)276-7773.


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
(3361789-2926. 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
(336)789-2926.
70+/- ac. Beulah
Community Surry
Co. North Carolina
All cleared,
grassed & lenced -
panoramic view of
surrounding mtns. -
pond fabulous
views $6,250.00 per.
ac. .- call Bracky,
(336)789-2926.
215t/- ac. Carroll
Co., Virginia Hwy.
52 just north of Mt.
Airy, North, Carolina
Brick home needs
updating county
water long .hwy.
frontage possibly'
commercial -
$1,300,000.00.
Owner financing -.
Call Mark 13361789-
'2926.
NEW TO MARKET!
DEEP WATER LOTS
Beautifully situated
on 50 acres with
2,800 feet of
magnificent frontage
in Battery Creek in
Beaufort. SC
Offering deep water-.
front, dockable, tidal
creek & pnvacy-
wooded lots starting
from $59,900 .
Call: (877) 929-2837
NORTH CAROLINA
Gated Lakefront
Community
-1.5 acres + ,
-90 miles of shore-
line
Never before of-
fered with 20 %pre-
develoment dis-
counts & 90 %
financing
Call: (800)709-5253


560
Land
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'tI
miss -'
the sunsets over the
lake! Call (866)339-
4966. Eagles Ridge.
TENNESSEE LAKE-
FRONT RETREATS
Newly released
lakefront. Wooded
and mountain view
sites. 1 to 6 acres
from the 40's.
90 minutes to
Nashville. Don I
miss
the sunsets over
the lake! Call:
(8661) 339-4966
Eagles Ridge
THE PERFECT
-Recreational'-
Investment Tract
851 acres in
beautiful S. Georgia.
Offering divided
or as a whole
Contact Peach Stale
at: 1866) 300-7653
Visit:www ruouyingrea-
lesiete.ccn
GAL 2550
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, 1912;258-
4561.


WATERFRONT
LAND SALE!
Direct waterfront
parcels from only
$9,900! 2 acres
dockable w/log
cabin pkg. from
$89,900! 4.5 acres
dockable walertront
only $99,900! All
properties are new
Sto the market!
Call toll-free:
1866) 770-5263 ext 8
WATERFRONT
LAND Sale! Direct
Waterfront Paftcels
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-
5263 ext. 8.

WATERFRONT
2 ACRES +/
Gorgeous acreage,
great views, pristine
shoreline & deep
boatable water!
Near Bath, NC
Enjoy access to
ICW, Sound &
Atlantic. Paved road,
underground
utilities, well water,
septic approved.
Excellent financing. '
By appointment
only. $159.900
Call now '8001 732-
6601 ext. 1497 .
WESTERN NC
MOUNTAINS,
North Carolina
Where there is cool
mountain air, views
& streams. Homes,
cabins & acreage
CALL FOR FREE
BROCHURE OF
MOUNTAIN
PROPERTY SALES
(800) 642-5333.
Realty Of Murphy
317 Peachtree St.
Murphy, NC 28906
A re.iltyolmurrnriy-'.,,ri


706.
Livestock Supplies


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


WRAPPED
PEANUT HAY.
Call 623-8237.


708
Pets
1 YR. old black male
Chihuahua. Has had
all shots. Needs a
good home
$500/OBO
Call: 626-9466

AKC BOSTON Ter-
rier pups $400 and
up. 850-479-1615
GERMAN SHEP-
HERD Excellent
coat,. 13 months old,
all vaccinations.
obedience trained.
$200 accessories
Call: 292-8765
KITTENS, ADORA-
BLE, playful, free to
loving home, litter
box trained Call
994-7733.
LOOKING FOR fos-
ter homes for 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
PUPPIES FOR sale
mixed lab $20 each.
626-6767
RESCUED FOX
HOUND needs a
good home with lots
of outdoor
: space.01518723
Indoor trained must
agree to have her
spayed.
Call: 623-9623
SHORTHAIRED
FEMALE CAT
Needs good home -
owner moving
Spayed & shots
current
Please call:
994-3249
712
Lost& Found ,
PETS


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

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


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Furniture
FOR SALE
Maple queen bed
with boxsprngs &
mairess (excellent
condition) $250.
Brand new twin bed
matresses $90 each
('never removed
from pkg.)
Call: 626-2716
SOLID OAK DESK
(LIKE NEW). Origi-
rnally $600., will sell
lor $150. Call 995-
0353
818
Lawn Equipment
FOR SALE- Murray
12.5 h.p.. 38 in. cut
riding lawnmower
w'dump canrt New,
less than 20 hours
running, lime. $700.
983-2779.
828
Electronics
Stereo-TV-VCR
CONSOLE TV
32 inch Milsubishi, 2
luners, pic in pic,
complete w.. VCR, 2
remotes & manuals.
Cost $1200 Sell for
$395 Excellent
Condition Please
call: 623-1152

830
* Miscellaneous
For Sale
6 HP TROY BILT
TILLER w.row
attachment $400
Call: 623-8799


BUILDING SALE
..."Rock Bottom Pri-
ces" Last Chance!
Beat next price in-
'crease. Go
directasave. 20x26.
25x30, 30x40,
35x50, 40x60,
45x90,' 50x100,
60x180. Others. Pio-
neer. (800)668-5422
BUILDING SALE!
Beat Next Increase!
20x26 Now $4200
S25x30 $5800 '
30x40 $9200
S' 40x60 $14,900
Extensive range of
sizes and models.
Front end opilonal
,Pioneer:
(800) 668-5422
FURNITURE DIN-
NING table 6 chairs
dresser ,,with mirror,
chest of drawer,

n ightstand, make of-
fer. Boat fixer' upper
Pontoon boat 20',
good motor, $1250.
Jon boat & trailer
$350. 484-9490
MOVING SALE
Misc. furniture &,
household items
(too much to list)
Call between noon-
6 pm for more info:
623-3263 Located in
Milton (also have
boats for sale)


830
Miscellaneous
For Sale


OVAL WROUGHT
IRON cocktail table
w/glass $100,
shredder $10, bread
maker $25, Oracle
books $100
Everything like newly
Call: 981-8532
LOWEST PRE-
SCRIPTION PRI-
CES Less than Can-
ada. Bener than
MedicareD.. Flomax
0.4mgi$27.00, Am-
bien 10mg/$53.00,
NJexium
40mg. $30 00 month.
Viagra
100mg..$2.75. Glob-
al Medicines
1866)634-0720
www.glnbalmedi-
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Sc. Augustine
Farm Direct
X"e De)i'er :
434-0066


SIDE X side refrig
$200 OBO. micro-
wave/toaster $50,
new bedliner- fiber
glass tool box $50
both fit Ford Ranger,
coffee maker $5.00
626-6413
WOLFF
TANNING BEDS
Buy direct and save'
Full body units from
$22!monih!
FREE color catalog
CALL TODAY'
(800) 842-1305
www no eislan.com
S: 832
Miscellaneous
Wanted

DEMO HOMESITES
WANTED NOW! For
the NEW Kayak
Pool! The 'On-
Ground Pool with In-'
ground Features!
Unique Opportunity.
SAVE' $$. Call
(866)348-7560
FREE ESTIMATES!
Financing.
'GLASS CRAFTER
needs empty glass
soft drink bottles, (all
kinds). tNot necessa-
rily collectors edi-
tions Will pick up.
983-8042
PAY CASH for junk
cars or trucks. Run-
ning or not Call
983-9527
WILL PAY CASH
for designer & vin-
tage handbags,
shoes & clothing.
Call: 748-2010.

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
2000 NISSAN
SENTRA
Needs/ready to
paint. Runs loud!
$2000 OBO.
Call- 623-8865
2003 TOYOTA Tu.-
dra SR5. Access
cab, 4x4, V-8, TRb
package, mint cona,
40k miles, new tires,
metallic gray chrome
grill. CD player. Call,.
Brian 637-6333.
93 DODGE SHADOW
$500 OBO
Call- 791-0527 or'
516-4220
MAZDA PICK UP
truck, 1999. Red.
automatic, power;
V6, AM.,FM stereo,
CD player, AC. tilt
wheel. air bags, ex-
.ended cab, back
cover, excellent,
sharp. Well main-
tained. $6,900. 850-
623-4068.
: 906,' '
Boats
BOAT-MOTOR &
TRAILER. 21 ft. 150
Evinrude. Call: 1850)
206-4438
RANDALL CRAFT
14 ft 1976 fiber-
glass boat 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
12 1/2 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 duty
bumpers Iront/rear,
6 cyl, auto, A/C air-
*bags. Runs great -
Looks great!
$11.400 firm. Call:
995-4077 or 516-
77121
918
Trucks
91' CHEVY S-10.
4.3 Liter; V-6.
$2,500. 994-7286
CHEVY TRUCK
2002 Loaded
w/everything
55,000 miles
Fleetside $13,500
Call: 995-8779


920
Vans
2001 FORD
WINDSTAR MINIVAN
Fully loaded, 2
sliding doors, 7
passenger, great air,
new brakes, good
tires. Excellent
condition inside &
out. Mechanically
sound & very
dependable
Call: 675-0266
922
Other

SMALL CAMPER
Stove, refrig, sink,
potty & low miles
Milton $3,600 OBO
-REAR WINDOW
mid 90's Ford
Ranger pick-up $60
Call: 623-0778


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