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Publisher: Milton Newspapers, Inc.
Place of Publication: Milton Fla
Creation Date: March 15, 2006
Publication Date: 1984-
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LIBRARY OF FLORIDA HISTORY
UNIVERSITY OF FL
PO BOX 117007
GAINESUILLE FL 32611-7007


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With Spring less than a week
away, many are thinking of fix-
ing up the house, the lawn or
garden. We take a look at some
tips to help you accomplish
those goals in a special section.
INSIDE this edition


NEWS


BRIEFS

Seminar to teach
money to youth
B. DEBORAH NELSON
Prs i Gift.- c .h 't i itk i
A free seminar to teach
Nounqsiers how money works s
happens next '.rcek. in Pace.
Primenca. a member of
C'll'ro.up. i ites f thle public to
attend "Hoi,, ,oi \\o'ev rks ftbr
Kids." at the First United
Methodist Church of Pace.
The seminar is scheduled
for Monda., at 7 p.m.
Organizer Mlargartra
Vazquez is asking interested
parent., to R S.V.P. as soon as
possible to resere a spot for
them-iel% es and their children.
For more information, or to
reserve a seat. call 626-7188.
Sut5vyn iiitc lib% DOeboahl
V,N isv,, Reach liei at:
,\s lhii_'' s,'-pE.coin

Orchids are point
of 32nd showcase
Orchid-lo\ers from around
the area meet at the end of the
n month for the Greater
Pensacola Orchid Societ.\ 32d
annual. Orchid Shll.
The e'erent includes exhibits,
competitions, and sales of the
e\otnc flov. erln. plant.
It happens at the Pensacola
Fairgrounds. March 31-April 2.
"\Ve expect endorses from
se'cral southern states \\lth
man', xarieties of orchids for
sale to the public. sa, s Societi
President M:urt Mariin
S E\lubits Ilbe-in scttin,' up
Fndas .afternoon. for iuidginmg
Saituirda., iiionii' i.
Shov sales hours are
*Frida',. 31 NMarch. 2 p m.
:-to 5.
*Saturda\. 1 April. 10 a.m.
to5 p m
N *Sund a. 2 April. .10 a.m. to
5 p.m.
2 Shok times are.
*Saturda,,. 1 April. Noon to
5 pm i
'; -Sunda,. 2 April. 10 a.m. to
,4 p.m.
The Press
4Z ^Gazette is
"V: yS s^ printed on
cled paper
using envi-
ronmentally-friendly soy-based
ink.


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Explosion rocks downtown area


By JEFF EVERTS
Press Gat:ct Staft It ritte
"vMy employees came run-
ning through yelling to get
out ..get out through the back
of the building."
That \was the first indication
Milton Cleaners ow ner Chris
Cuichens had that something
had gone tembl* N wrong.
State Trooper Chris
Nussbaumer \\as about to enter
the establishment \with his dry
cleaning when he also realized
something bad was happening.
Explosion.
"The sound was unbelmev-
able." Nussbaumer said.
"It started out as a hiss and
then began to sound like a let
engine reving up."
Fellow customer Dan Arndt
agreed saying. "'I went to the
cleaners and got quite a ,ur-
prise."
What the three men %were
describing was a fuel vapor fire
that started in an old under-
eround fuel tank at the dormant
Texaco stauon adjacent to the
Milton Dr- Cleaners.


A crew% from AFG
Petroleum. LLC was in the
process of cutting the connec-
tions leading to ihe old tank at
the station on the corner of
Caroline and Nlary Streets.
Suddenly. they cut through
%what the, thought \\as a dead
electrical % ire onl\ to find the
w ire k\as still Ii\e. The result-
ing spark set off a fire of the
fuel vapors inside the under-
ground tank.
"The fire %\as pretty impres-
si'e-shooting out of the hole
in the ground." Nussbaumer
said.
The sound of the fire start-
ing could be heard blocks away
and man\ thought it %was thun-
der on an overcast da. before
realizing it was actually an
explosion.
The Milton Fire
Department responded and
spent only a short time puntmg
it out.
Police from the State.
Counts, and City quickly\
blocked access to the area to
allow emergency\ personnel to
See EXPLOSION, Pg. 5.A.


After a fire began in this underground gas tank Monday, Milton firemen responded and began flooding
the storage facility to ensure all danger of future explosions had past.
Press Gazette photo by Bill Gamblin


Art took many forms this weekend as the 18th Annual Riverwalk Arts Festival got
underway. (Above) Susan Leiterman apprises the artwork of Kurt Salla. (To the left)
A hand-carved and painted iguana watches over the event.
Press Gazette photos by
Bill Gamblin


Bricks


enter


cyber


space

By DEBORAH NELSON

Visitors to Santa Rosa's
Ri\erw alk Veterans' Mlemorial
Plaza haie a new wa\ to locate
bricks set in the monument'
w\alkwa.s
I'\e already had people
come o er here at niilht to use
it." notes Memorial
Adinirustrator Ralph Nesenrisoin.
An outside computer termii-
nal. located at the Plaza's
admnnistraine offices i across
the street O cint.lis a database
of brick names and locations.
The computer i, accessible
at all tunes
Visitors need oi. t. pe III
the person's name. and the ter-
minal will list [the bnck's sec-
tion. row% and location.
A col,',r map located ne\t tO10
tIle computer ifters' a layout ol
the Plaza's sections, and ros.\ .
And., Oltl!nizers point out,
inscribed brick; ma ,-till be
purchased for placement araloni
the Plaza's path\ a ,s.
Veterans' bricks v. ill be
placed close to the monumrienti.
whilee famnil\. friends, business-
es and othes w. ill be ,located
along pathWaays.
Proceeds go tov.ard pa ing
for the $1I mill o0 nmonunment.
The Nilemorial Foundation
recenritl\ began a prorami to
buy a brick for all veteran : who
are losit in Iraq. tronm Esc.mnbija
,ct BRICKS. Pi., ()A.


Fixing all area road needs could cost nearly $1 billion


By DEBORAH NELSON
Press Gazetue Staff Writer
When it comes to recent
Santa Rosa roadway cost esti-
mates, inflation appears to be
the watchword of the day.
From $276 million to $1
billion, to be exact.
That's how much projected
future Santa Rosa.road needs
have increased since a February
2004 Re enriue 1Modeling
Workshop.
Commission Chair Bob


Cole, says the, number repre-
sents the gamut of possible
county road needs through the
next twenty years.
Cole says he doesn't expect
the entire list will be funded.
"If we had somebody
standing there who was going
to write us a check for every-
thing, that would be the num-
ber," he remarks.
"What we can realistically
do is what we'll be looking at
[during the upcoming public
meeting] Monday."


The $1 billion figure
includes a brand new. project-
a "beltway" spanning north
central Santa Rosa and
Escambia Counties.
County planners are still
working on the complete list,
says Transportation Planner
Nancy Model.
Model cautions the $1 bil-
lion figure has not yet been set
in stone.
"We're trying to trim that
down to what's affordable," she
notes.


In 2004, officials cited the
following capacity improve-
ments, with estimated costs, as
10-year priorities to keep up
with growth:
*Woodbine/Chumuckla,
$21 million.
*Stormwater Master Plan,
$750 thousand.
*U.S. 98/Whisper.
Bay/Crane Cove Intersection
Realign, $750 thousand.
*Glover Lane, $12 million.
*East Bay Blvd., $50 mil-
lion.


*Berryhill Rd., $32 million.
*Navarre Bypass, $30 mil-
lion.
*CR 399 Extend, $60 mil-
lion.
*U.S. 90 to Santa Rosa 89
connector, $32 million.
*Santa Rosa 87 Extend/2-
lane, $30 million.
*Bell Lane 4-lane, $8 mil-
lion.
Since th.ii 20014 \\orl:sh..p.
other go.,' th-iel.ted cluanigeCs
have happened, as well.
See ROADS, Page 5A.


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Tri cities chapter meets every Thursday morning
at 7am at Tanglewood Golf & Country Club,
5916 Tanglewood Dr. Milton. We encourage area
business professionals to visit our networking
meeting. Any questions contact Damon Young at

748-7886 4


PJC's Garden & Landscal


In addition to lots of free sights and information, plants were also for sale during last weekend's Garden and Landscape Expo at PJC's Milton
campus. (Above) Attendees browse through the cool weather flowers that will handle the still-to-come frosts in the Gulf Coast area. (Below)
Kat Campbell and Leah McCue, part of the horticulture group at the college, check the plants to make sure they will meet customers'
demands.
Press Gazette photos by Bill Gamblin.


We promise, "You won't leave hungry."
From our family to yours...
,/,at.ie, d er",, &an c/e an .'
(eat, drink, and be happy)


Even the camellias seemed to want to get in on the act Saturday as
PIC hosted its annual Gulf Coast Garden and Landscape Expo at the
Milton campus.


Convenient care with the Sacred Heart touch!
Sacred Heart Medical Park at Pace is proud to be
your new neighbor. We're your partner in your
family's good health, from family physicians who
provide quality primary care to our state-of-the-
art diagnostic and rehabilitation services.

Sacred Heart
Medical Park
at Pace


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Primary Care &
Specialty Physicians.
Laboratory
Diagnostic Imaging Services:
MRI, CT, Ultrasound, X-ray
Outpatient Surgery
Rehabilitation Services
OB/GYN & Other Specialty
Physicians
In the heart of Pace on Hwy. 90
For more information, call 416-5800
or visit www.sacred-heart.org


We buy

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NOW. *


Call J.G. Wentworth's
Annuity Purchase Program
866-FUND-549.


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Wednesday March 15, 2006-


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The Santa Rosa Press Gazette








Wednesday March 15, zuu2006D 1, L **-, u* -. -.-u
Sheriff's Renort
A


Feb. 22 to Mar. 1, 2006
Hinote. Rc\a Inez: Female; 33:
6865 Cedar Street. Milton. FL; Larc -
Retail Theft $300 More 2/23/06
; Willis, Mark Edward. Male: 27:
!i62 Belden Ln, Gulf Breeze. FL;
Sex Assh B\ 24 YOA Older Sex Batn
Yctimni 16 or 17 YOA 03 cis.'".
Obscene Communication Compile
a:ter Etc Compuier Porno Re Minor.
2;23/06
a. Anderson. .lr.. \ iam lMonroe:
Nlale -41: 2325 Fronnera Dr..
N'aarre, FL. Public Order Cnrimes ST
emergency Engage Contractng Busn
W/o Cemf. Larc-Grand Theft S5,000
4r More Less Than $10.000. 12/23/06
. .lohnson. Michael Glenn: Male.
-i1. 2731 Shore'.c. Court. Navarre.
FL, S~nth Narconc-Disrib Schedule
4 .or H, Narcotic Equip-Possess And
Or Lise. 2/23'06
Cristoff. Jame-n Michael; Male:
,8, 6868 Magnolia St, Milion. FL:
Figinte From Justice 0hioi. 2/23/06
White. Janet Lorraine; Female.
42: 6368 Majzun Rd.. Militn. FL"
D[Ii and Damage Prop 2,2i06
,, Talor, Jason Matthe%\. Male.
14. 5317 Fairchild Rd Crestvie-.
'FL. DUL, Drie While License
suspended 2"'3":06
SAlfono. Eugene Thomas: Male:
(6: Failure to Appear for Feloni
Offense 22.'4tii6
Benton, Lorenza NMN: Male.
-4(. 52 I10 Compass Ci Pace. FL, Out
of State Fugitie From Justice.
2/24/06
Cates. Robin L\nn: Female, 41.
356 llihoits Ae.. Valparaiso. FL:
Vetuicular Theft-Grand 3rd Degree.
32 4/06
L Caudell, Benjarrun Franklin:
ale5; 52:; 4-1028 Popcorn Rd.. Bagdad.
UL: Sex Asstl By 15 YOA Older Sex
Banter, Vicit Under f12 YOA. Lend
Lad.cv Beha ior Molest Vic Less
i2YOA Offender IS YOA or Older.
/2-14/06
Dodon. TomnN Lee. Male. 21,
1100 \Wooda \\u;. Gulf Breeze. FL.
Pobation \ iolauon Felon\. 2/25Y06
Fowler. Robert Earl. Male, 410.
5233 Madison A\e., Pace. FL. Sek
AshI BB\ Is YO)A Older Se%. Batter
.ici Under 12 YOA 2,2-1b4,6
Garrett. Frances Rena: Female,
,5. 4359 Trailer Park C(. Milton. FL.
Druig--Po-se_.s Ne,. Legend Drug
WI() Prescnpuon, Po.sess Cocaine.
Narcotic Equip-Posses-. And or Use.
Reese. Maunce Antonio: Male.
i2. 4491 Limit St.. Milton. FL. Se,
Offense-Vict 12 YOA up to 15 Y(-OA
"I24/06
Mill'. Ctu-s ia-on: Male. 3N.
JSOis Kell Rd Gulf Breeze. FL: Larc-
Theft is $30t ior NMore But Less Than
5(..i)00. 2.' 24.'16
More). iuinn Randall. e.
t2. ,453 Barcel,.n, Dr.. Land 0
iLak-. FL. Failure t,' Appear tor
Felon, Offense 2/260,i- *
t',., Scanlon. Lee NNIN. Male. 40. .
9-i50 Miracle Strip Prkv .a,. Detiin.
FL: Probation V\iolition-Felon\.


2/25,06
Thompson. John Charles, Male:
20; 4648 Hayes Rd.. Milon, FL: Hit
& Run-Lease scene of Crash inoive
Damage to Prop. Dose While Lisc
Susp is1 Off. Crime Against Person
Specify Felony Commit Act Could
Cause Death. Aggras Assit W/Deadiy
Weapon W,'O Intent to Kill. AggiaI
Batter. Person ULse, a Deadl,
Weapon, Robbery Carjacking W/O
Firearm or Weapon. 2/24/06
Thompson-Hunter. Janet
Mane; Female. 37. 6561 \Vhippies ill
Lane, Milton, FL, Probauon
\'Violaion-Fe!ons. 2/25/06
1\alker. Timoth Ke in; Male.
45. 5825 East Ba, Bld.. Gulf
Breeze, FL: Probation Violation-
Felon- 2/24/06
Walsh. Cntihia Marie: Female:
41. 5574 Charter Cir, Navarre. FL;
Out of State Fugitive From Justice
224/06
MNcCo_. Stanley, Lee. Jr.. Male:
28. So34 Estrada St.. Navarre FL.
Larc-Thcf is, $300 or More But Less
Than $5.000 2/23/06
Brumfield. Douglas Malcolm:
Male: 46: 6537 Munson Ho.,.,
Milton. FL: Lare-Thett is .$300 or
More But Less Than $5.000. 2/24!06
Dennis. Richard William: Male.
48. 423 Cumberland, Gulf Breeze.
FL: DLI and Damage Property.
Barbiturate Purchase Schedule H1 or
III or 2/23106
Dillard. Cynthia Denise;
Female. 44; 6236 Bayberry St
Milton. FL: Larc-Petit Ist Offense.
Fraud-ULner False Instrument. 2/26/06
Galsan. Ricardo Juan: Male. 44:
6593 Cumbie Rd., Century. FL;
Possess Cocaine. Nlanjuana-Posse-ss
Not More Than 20 Gramis. Narcotic
Equip-Possess And or LUse. Eidence-
Destroyijng Tamper With or Fabncate
Physical 2/25,(06
Hitchcock. Mark lan: Male: 22;
5361 Anthon Ave.. Million. FL. Ex
Offense Vicunit 12 YOA Up To 15
YOA 2, 26/06
Slansfield. Jason Wasne: Male.
25: 7212 Car.er St.. Milton. FL.
Aggra% Batier\ -Offender
Kne.w/Shuuld Had'e Knosn Victim
Pregnant. 2/25/06
Dennis Richard William: Male:
48. -1423 Cumberland. Gulf Breeze.
FL. DLUI and Damage PrZopert>


2/23/06
Harris, Lee Wayne; Male, 34:
6729 North Ave.. Milton. FL. DUI
Silerman, Randy Howard.
Male; 42: 2209 Dora Street.
Pensacola, FL. DUI 2/24/06
Sims, Ronald Milford: Male: 35
5742 Ventura Ln. Pensacola. FL;
DUI. 2/25/06
Dunfev. Michelle Marie.
Female; 39, 1704 Nlarselle Dr.,
Na.arre. FL; DUI. 2/24/06
Crews, Dai d Leaner. Male; 26.
111 Jessica Lane. Bruns.wick, GA;
Probation Violation-Felony 2/2S/06
MNeri ether, leffer. Daed:
Male: 50: 4017 Adams Rd., Pace, FL,
Resist Officer Obstruct B; Disguised
Person, Drugs-Possess Cntrl Sub
W/O prescription, Possess Cocaine
2/2S/06
Rawlinson. Timoth% Andrea:
Male; 35; 8789 John Hamm Rd
Milton. FL; Probation Violation-
Felony 2/28/06
Simmons. .Ir. Vaughn NNIN,
Male: 27: 5961 Queen St., Milion.
FL. Aggra\ BatTer-Cause Bodily
Harm or Disability. Aggra% Battery-
Offender Kneut/Should Hawe Kno'' n
Victim Pregnant, Obstructing lusuce-
Intimidate Threaten Etc., Victim
Wijness Informant, Burglary of
Structure Con\eyance Linarmed W/0
Persons Inside. 2/2S/106
Strickland. Ir.. iimmi Ras.
Male. 27: 3793 Diamond St. Pace.
FL: Vehicular Theft-Grand 3rd
Degree. 2/27/06.
Ellis. Lorenzo Bernard; Male.
36. 1681 Hwy 98 W.. Marn Esther.
FL: Fraud-Swindle Obtain Prop Bs
Tnck Etc.. 5300 or Over. 2/27/06
Hill. Toby Joe; Male, 25; 8337
Randall Dr.. Navarre. FL: Contempt
of Court Circuit 2/27/06
Hinote. Michael James. Male:
25. 6865 Cedar St., Milton. FL:
Probation Violanron-Felons. 2/27/06
Kol alski. James Anihony.
Male; 22. 6594 Robie Rd.. Milton.
FL: Bater',-Touch or Strike. Aggras
Batters -Offender Knev./Should Ha'.e
Kno%\n Victim Pregnant. Damage
Prop-Crim lisch OCer $200 and
Linder 51.001, Ob.tructing Jusuce-
Intrrudate Threaten Etc \Vct Witness
Informant. Obstructing Josuice-
Retaliate Agnst Informant Vici
%Wimess W\/O Iniu 2,27/06


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Drivers must have a valid Class A CDL, ..
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Fields, Randal Ralph: Male. 36:
3427 Ira Ln. Jay, FL. Peut Theft 3
cis.;, ForgerY (3 cits., Fraud t3 cis.i.
2/24/06
Gra, KdaleN Suzete: Female.
24. 1904 Ingora St. NaVarre, FL:
Probation Violauqn-Felony 3/I/09
Hendrix, Angela Amos: Female,.
42: 5960 Sasannah Dr.. Milton, FL.
Probation Violation-FelonN 3/1106
Hood RL: NMalle 42. 5248 Gull
Breeze Pkwa;, Gulf Breeze, FL;
Aggrav BatterN-Cause Bodily Harm
or DisabiltN,. 2/2S/06
Kleback. Douglas Joseph: Male:
32, 3721) Theresa St, Pensacola. FL:
Probation Violation-Felony 3/1/06
Spradlin. leffery Lynn, Male:
46: 7478 Rose St.. Naarre. FL: DUiI.
3 1/06
Watkins. Gary Thomas; Male,
53. 6326 Cottage %%ood, Milton, FL.
DUL 3/1/06
Collins, David Lee; Male. 19,
3958 High Bndge Drne. Pace, FL:
Marijuana Possess With Intent to Sell
Mfg or Dehser Schedule I 2C27/066
Gralil. Jerrm: Male. 22; 3920
Red Bud Ln. Pace, FL. Liquor-
Possess Alo Minor Alch.Drugs at
Open House Parties. Mariluana-
Possess W/lntent to Sell Mlfg or
Deliver Schedule I 2/28,'/06
Hulsl, Harold Lester: Male: IS.
3920 Red 'Bud Lane. Pace. FL:
Liquor-Possess Allokw Minor
Alch/Drugs at Open House Parties,
Manjuana- Possess W/Intent to Sell
NMfg or Deliber Schedule I. 2/28/06
MNasood. Sarmuna NMN, Female.
45: 4261 Spindleick Dr., Pace. FL:
Larcens-Retail Theft Multiple
Locations W\/I 48 Hrs 3/1/06
Mead. Rosa Bell. Female: 45:
5318 Barbarpsa Rd., Gulf Breeze. FL.
Smuggle Contraband Introduce Into
Detenion Facilit. 3/1/06
Sharp. Stacy Jo: Female, 22.
5430 Gken Lane. Pace. FL: Burgl
Tools-Possess \Wih Intent to Use.
Larc-Peut Ist Of'ense 3./1/06


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Invites you to celebrate the opening of its new
Milton Branch office on Monday, March 27, 2006
8:30am 4pm

Located: TIMBERLAND PLAZA
6480 HIGHWAY 90 SUITE G, MILTON



CALL FOR MEMBERSHIP ELIGIBILITY'

(850) 474-1400


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Nephrology

Associates

of the

Gulf Coast

George Antonious, M.D.
Clyde Pence, M.D.
Linda Lee-Stallings, M.D.
Katharina Meyer, M.D.

8333 North Davis Hwy
Pensacola, FL 32514
474-8121


Santa Rosa Medical Center Offers In-Patient Dialysis
Dialysis is a treatment that removes wastes and excess fluid from the blood when
the kidneys are not able to function on their own. This procedure is under the
direction of Nephrology Specialists.

If you or someone you know would like more information on the dialysis service
you are encouraged to call Santa Rosa Medical Center at 626-7762.


SANTA ROSA

MEDICAL CENTER

Second To None
6002 Berryhill Road, Milton Florida
850-626-SRMC (7762) www.srmc.cc


March


Reducing Your Risk Of Chronic Kidney


Disease Is Easier Than You Might Think


Prevention tips from the. National Kidney Foundation...

* Find out your family's health history and let your physician know.
* Visit your doctor for regular checkups and request blood and
urine tests to check for CKD.
* Follow your doctor's instructions to keep hypertension and
diabetes in control.
* Start exercising by walking for 30 minutes at least three times a week.
* Limit salt intake.
* If you smoke, quit.
* Avoid taking large amounts of painkillers, especially drugs containing a
combination of caffeine, acetaminophen and aspirin.
* Limit your intake of alcoholic beverages.


Pensacola

Nephrology, P.A.

Edward Friedland, M.D.


Humam Humeda, M.D.
Maged Nashed, M.D.
Ronnie Wiles, M.D.

1717 North "E" Street
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It's a good use...
The power of government to take privately
owned land over for the sake of "'public good" has
become a hot bed of controversy and revolt-not
only in Florida, but also throughout the country.
Critics say greedy government and private
development are seriously abusing the la%\. Case
after case involves local governments seizing what
is deemed "prime" property from individual prop-
erty owners who have become surrounded by
newly-constructed retail, apartment and condo-
minium development.
Developers want hat's not theirs and con-
vince government that by taking the property by
means of eminent domain and selling it to them,
there will be substantially higher property taxes.
The victim of such action is the original owner
of the land who is forced to take "face value" and
is told to get off the property. which no longer
belongs to them.
The winners in such deals are government.
which receives a much larger sum in taxes and the
developer who reaps huge profits from construc-
tion projects.
But, on the other hand, and in all fairness to
the basic eminent domain law, property has been'
taken for the basic good of the public, which is the
way the law %%as original. designed.
Some of the right ways eminent domain has
been applied have been for "public" road expan-
sion, new schools and general public facilities.
While we all should oppose the abuse that has,
and is, being used, this law is being applied in the
right way when it comes to the issue of Santa Rosa
County and International Paper Company.
At issue: access to two popular boat ramps in
the Pace/Chumuckla area. Over a year ago, IP told
Santa Rosa it 'was closing the roadways leading to
both the Keyser and Webb boat landings.
The' Northwest Florida Water Management
District ow ns the boat ramps, but the property can-
not be reached without crossing IP land.
Since IP closed public access. Santa Rosa
County has attempted and failed to gain the coop-
eration of IP executives in understanding the prob-
lem.
The closure brought instant anger from Santa
Rosa sport and recreational boaters who frequent-
ly' use the ramps-particularly in light of the fact
that the Quintette Road/Escambia Ri'er boat ramp
was closed for construction on an emergency
watershed protection project.
Area boaters have been getting increasingly
in-the-face of county commissioners-even more
so as this year's fishing and boating season
approaches.
IP's attitude has shown no compassion over
the pressures being applied to local elected offi-
cials who now say enough is enough.
IP has backed commissioners into a comer
they don't want to be in. The county attempted to
work out an agreement in which both the
Northwest Florida Water Management District and
Santa Rosa County would, effectively, take over
the roadways leading to the ramps-relieving IP of
any liability. But IP was not interested.
In this instance, eminent domain is being used
as a tool of last resort and is in the interest of the
general public.
Now what commissioners must address is the
problem of the public's abuse in the form of theft,
drugs. graffiti and dumping on IP's land as %well
damage caused by irresponsible ATV owners.


MARCH 15. 2006


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Choose the right alternative


FM: C. DAVID SUMNERLIN
Dear Editor:
The proposed changes to Five Points should be
done with minimal effect on the residents in the sur-
rounding community.
There are three choices on the table at this time.
Two of the three choices would send a four-lane high-
way through the property of some of Pace's original
residents.
Many.. who are now retired. would be forced to
move from their homes and the conunuitN Mhere
they raised their families. \\here -%ill they go?
With the price of area homes so high. surely dithe
county could not pay then enough to buy comparable
houses.
They would ha\e no choice, but to lea',e the area
and we don't need or \ant them to lea' e. They are the
bedrock of this community: the ones kwho started the
high school, the ones \\ho made Pace the desirable
place it is to like today. What about those who don't
want to move? Will \\e see the eminent domain law in
action?
There are other choices. One choice. which is
being promoted by one or more of our County,
Commissioners, is to use a piece of land ow ned by a
developer that is located just south of Ashmore Place.
This developer has expressed he would work with
the county any way he carl, but we must act soon.
With this option, eter\one wins First, the county
would pay less tax money, it would ha'e to purchase
fewer parcels of land and it would build a shorter
road.
Second, the residents get to keep their homes.
Third, the developer can switch the property
"where the new 'road goes for w here the old road % as-
there could be a larger piece of land for a grocer\
store or another type of business.
Fourth. the other commercial property already
being developed along that part of Berr hill could be
finished and used for what it w\as purchased for. there-
fore. not hurting businesses trying to mo'e to that
area.
Lasdtly, an additional alternative would be to think
ahead for a future by pass and buy the land. \It ich is
primarily farm land or wooded land. from the
Quintette Road bridges directly east. to Chunmuckla
Highway. then from Beulah to Highway 7,. east of
Milton.
This bypass could be used no"\ to take Quintette
Road traffic and route it to Chumuckla High%\a\ near
Willard Norris Road. north of Fi\e Points.
Since most of this traffic %\ill be turning righi
(south) there would be 'ery little traffic delay here
This would not only allo\ Chumuckla lHighwa's.
south of Five Points, to connect directly\ w ith
Chumuckla Highwtay. north of Fi\e Points. but also
Woodbine Road directly to Berr hill Road. which is
used heavily as the primary route for local traffic.
It is imperatie to think ahead because the by pass
is "what many from central Escambia Count\ ill use
for travel to central Santa Rosa Count\.

Kids gone wild
FM: RAYMOND JOHNS
Dear Editor:
I'm a reader, a \riter, inmenito. a watcher, a poet
and know it.
However, I am nothing without Christ and. as I
grew up as a child w ithtout much, we at my house had
to go to Church and ser\ e God. but it was hard. .
Now, I see it A as fair.
Oni the other hand, I am irate about the fact of the'
iron-cladness of grown people in America \v.ho li\e


like simpletons. 'They let their children run amok in
life %without an\ instilled Godliness and the\ hate to
go into a court room w\ith them. the parents want to
think it is '. rong to hand dow n a sentence on their lit-
tle ones and sa\ 'oh, they just need counseling and
the\ are right."
The\ do need pastoral counseling. The problems
that are in our schools are unheard of. I hate to hear
some parents sa\ lie or she is just a child.
Yes. this is true. but \our children need to be
molded into the hope of a producrite future. Some of
the parents today try to gi'e their child e\en thing, but
a chance to be obedient toward God.
Grow n ups play a major role in it all through ca\ -
ig in n v. ith their children. I see it e\ery spring break.
The\ gi'e their children money and a car to go
out and get drunk and kill someone else's family\
member. They say they want the best for their child.
The best what? The best drunk? The best drug dealer?
The best murderer' The best rapist? The best child
molester?
TheN create, unknowingly, the worst hell-raising
brutish child to e\ er come up through the ranks.
If y\ou \ ant to uphold our child in anl thing good
and profitable %ith good standing. let it be in Christ
After all. their life is in your hands. Stop letting
the blood of others be on your hands because of your
child's lifestyle. Try tocontrol,the wrong dungs inl
their lies before a judge has to do it.
Judge Jesus.


Ashamed of clerk's attitude
FM: ROBYN JOHNSON KLUMPP
Dear Editor:
I would just like to lei Santa Rosa County knoi
what rude. unfriendly and prejudiced people "\e hate
here.
Nl\ husband and I took a motorcycle trip up to a
recreational area last weekend and we limited a
friend of ours to go w\ ith us. We stopped at a store
before heading back into tow n.
Our friend bought a dnnk and thanked the
cashier that was at the register. He then walked out-
side with m\ husband. As I completed m\ purchase.
the cashier addressed another lad\ that \%as in the
store sa5.ing. "You'll notice I "as none too friendly.
I''e got no use for them." I held m\i tongue, but
wanted to let her know: exactly whii I thought of her
statement about nmy friend.
Instead. I decided to let the entire country kno%"
that this \\as an extremely\ racial remark. and although
she "had no use for him." she had no problem taking
his haid-earned American money I \%as so embar-
rassed to know\ that we had taken our friend to a place
that is that biased because of skin color.
See. our friend is Iranian by birth. He has lived
in this count\ for o\er twenty years and he is a much
better American ciLuzen than the cashier of that store
seem,,s to be. He series as an Escamnbia County
.deputy, "\orks and pays taxes in Santa Rosa County,
lust like e\er\one else and has a right to be here. He
was in no v.a responsible for the attacks of 9-I1 and
shouldn't be looked at like lie was He hasn't been
back to that cotunir since he left it and Ins parents
behind for a better life.
I was born and raised in Santa Rosa County and
I spent a lot of time growing up in the area because
in\ father is original\ from ihele. The area is one of
my husband's favorite places to go, but this store just
lost business because my husband and I, as well as
our family and friends including the Caucasian ones,
will not go there again.


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You Spoke Out,

Santa Rosa...
Saturday, 12:i05 p.m.
So., TRX is outsourcing jobs
to India. Are %e surprised? This is
lust one. local example of % hat is
happening in towns and commu-
nities across Amenca eery single
da\. It doesn't take a math wizard
to realize that, at this rate, it will
not be long before America has
\en fe"\ lobs left to be had. What
in the world are our leaders think-


Saturda. I11 a I am.
I \[ant to thank \ou for the
story on the panhandlers. I hate
often wondered where some of
these people come from. You real-
ly hate to wonder w\vl someone
from Texas would feel the need to
come to Milton to bee for noney.
Is it because our local la" s allow
such things'.? I hate to believe the\
don't do it in their own back yard
because it is too difficult to live
up to the standards required there.
W\e ha'e much to learn.

Saturday. S:l I a.m.
This is Man. This is in refer-
ence to the older cemeteries in
Santa Rosa that ha\e no people to
clean them. There is Hobbs
Cemetery\ in north Santa Rosa
that is gro, n up with trees. I won-
der where the prisoners are that
used to keep it maintained.

Friday. 6:55 p.m.
This is Raymond. I hope the
people of Santa Rosa remember
these elected officials. One does-
n't know roads and one doesn't
kno", sand. Don't the\ know
renourishing the beach \ill onl\
result in washout in the future?
Don't the\ know ho\ important
roads are.

Thursday. 5:14 p.m.
This is Anita. On April 22, we
\ ill call get our chance to cite our
letter problem i Ilt the Great
American Cleanup. For more
information. contact Clean Up
Saita Rosa. I

Thursday 1.05 p.m.
This is Billy. I 1 dering %hIt eter uime CSX ties
the railroad crossing do\ n by the
depot, it L'ets worse. It sure seems
like the\ could do better than that.


You may ,Speak Out any
time, day or night. Just call our
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,"Roads
SConrtnned From Page One.
NN Last year. Florida
-Legislators passed a growth
qianaaement law called "Pay as
epu Grow."
No%%. local governments


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'Teaching
The League of Women
Voters \\11 sponsor a public
forum on Saturday at the PJC
Baroco Auditorium. Bldg# 21
on Airport BlId.
The topic is "Teaching the
Teachers".
Coffee begins at 9 a.m. and
the program starts at 9:30.
Gail Husbands, president of
the Escambia Education
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created by the American
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Its stated goal is to raise
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She v.ill also address
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achievement is highest when
school districts and teacher
Sassociation/unions cooperate in


.Explosion
C'.uimiteld From P.neP One.
do their job and make sure the
,danger of any further e\plo-
"sions had passed before re-
opening traffic on the busy cor-
ridor.
Milton Fire Chief John
" 'Reble said these lands of acci-
".dents have been known to hapr-
pen vuith gas tank removals, but
'that there \\as no concern about
' smoke or \apors affecting those
' li\ mng or working g near the fire.
"These things are like water
'-boiling in a tea kettle." Reble
said.
"Once it reached a certain
point. the heat started \histling
,out of rthe hole long w ith the
flames."
Reble ordered his crew to
"'flood the underground tank
'ith w ater. N which he said could
hold up to 10.00)0 gallons. so
they could be certain the fire
\as completely extinguished.


Quality It's
In our name C -RCL
because it's
in our r*
product! ir


must have money for infrastruc-
ture i like roads and schools) in
place before they may approve
new\ growth.
For example, projects like a
10.000 home subdivision pro-


oters set

Teachers'
decision-making, and assume
joint custody of improving edu-
cation for students.
For more information call
587-2829.
The League of Women
Voters \%ill hold a computer
workshop on Saturday. March
25 at Peoples First CommunJit
Bank. at 10 a.m.
The Bank is located on
Creighton Road in Pensacola.
The \workshop will present
an informal training session on
the use of Microsoft Word.
This %workshop is appropri-
ate, officials say. for beginning
and mntermediate-level comput-
er users.
The program \\ill introduce
features in preparing letters and
other forms used by the organi-
zation.
Space is limited. Contact
Susan Metzger 1932-4039).


One worker from the crew%
\\as injured as he attempted to
run away from the fire onhl to
fall on the paved parking lot.
He received minor cuts and
abrasions on his arms, but %was
otherwise okay and did not
require transportation to the
hospital.
The former gas station and
con enience store is believed to
ha\e been recently sold.
according to Cutchens.
The crew \\as working to
remove old gas station equip-
ment to make wa. for a new
business, which is scheduled to
occupy the corner lot.
"I don't ever \want to be that
close to a noise like that again."
Cutchens said.
"It scared the heck out of all
of us."
Story i ri-tten by Jeff'
Everts. Reach Ihnni at:
eiels i 'sir-pp .coiin


posed for the Pace/Chumuckla
roadway corridor would need to
have adequate infrastructure
funding as successive phases
are approved.
To that end.
Commissioners. last year.
passed an impact fee ordinance
to charge developers for some
costs of grow th-about $2.000
per single famnil home.
Developers mal stretch those
payments out o'er seen years.
or pass them along to homebuy-
ers.
But. say leaders. impact
fees alone won't pa\ for Santa
Rosa's future roadua\ needs.
Officials have indicated
they'll ask the public to approve
a one-cent sales tax on this
November's ballot.
Grow th could slow if funds
for infrastructure do not
become available.
Other \ways to raise
finances for grow th needs are
also on the horizon.
Like toll road \a 's.
Officials have suggested
the proposed "belmitaN." could
be financed privately, through
bond sales.
.And tolled.
Tolls are also know n as


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Local


Major barbecue event coming to Pace March 31


Memphis in May, one of
the most prestigious barbecue
events.in the country, (and the
largest). \ill have a part in the
first annual "Pace Barbecue


Bash" Friday. March 31 and
Saturday. April 1 in Pace.
The event, sponsored by the
Pace Rotary Club. is planned to
become the largest such out-


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The Memphis in Nlay-sanc-
tioned event is expected to
attract major competitors from
throughout the Southeast
region-all vying for a spot mi
the worldwide competition in
Memphis where thousands of
participants and spectators
gather on the banks of the
Mississippi River.
Grabbing an opportunity to
become invoked, and.a way to
raise money for charitable caus-.
es, Rotarian .and Santa Rosa
Sheriff Wendell, Hall won the
approval of the Memphis In
'May official' to sponsor a sanc-
tioned competition event in
Pace.
Pace Rotary organizers
have since met \with Memphis
in May officials regarding the


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preparing the festival site-off
West Spencer Field Road-to
accommodate an array of
events to be held during the
two-day competition.
In addition to the elaborate
barbecue sites competitors will
have in place., organizers sa\
there \\ill be professional enter-
tainment provided by the
Goodtime Band withh former
Alabama star Jeff Cook: arts
and craft booths and e\en an
amateur barbecue contest com-
prised of local barbecue enthu-
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Bricks
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Santa Rosa and Okaloosa
Counties.
Thus far. the Plaza contains
some 5.000 inscribed bricks.
Nesenson sa\ s there's room
for lS.OOO more bricks.
"--e want to do the entire
Ri\ermalk." he notes.
Nesenson adds that he
hopes more businesses and %et-
erans \%ill stop by and bu\
bricks.
Bricks cost $30 for veterans
and $100 for non-veterans.
Buyers may purchase as
many as the\ wish per order.
For more information, con-
tact Ralph Nesenson at 626-
7292.
Stolr) wi'iiien by Deborah
Nelson. Reach her at:
,'elson @.sr-psg.coln


first event both da.s. and are
confident it will be a huge suc-
cess." says Hall.
Rotarian Jennifer Biles sax s
this event is an excellent oppor-
tunity for local artisans and
crafters to participate as well as
the area's "back, ard" barbe-
cuers. The backx ard" barbecue
contest winners will be eligible
to receive $100 cash prizes in
three different categories.
And. Biles, says. area
churches. schools and non-prof-
it organizations are being in it-
ed to pamcipate. Those inter-
ested in participating can call
Biles at 6948-17S3 or Zac Lex rer
at 994-6507. ext. 103.
Some of the participating
vendors already committed to
the event include. Gator
Distributing. Red Barn BBQ.
Buffalo Rock and the Oyster
Bar.
"Beine associated with the
world class Memphis in May
organization is a real honor."
sa's Hall
The upcoming lMaI e\ent
% ill be the 29th Near of
Memphis In lay, luhich %%ill
attract more that 100,000 peo-
ple.
Competitors in the %whole
hog. shoulder and ribs cate-
gories make it to Memphis only
after competing and w inning in
local events such as the one
being organized in Pace
The World Championship
Barbecue Cooking Contest has
received international coverage
on New, Zealand and Japanese
telex vision and has also been
spotlighted on the Food
Network during prime time
hosted by AI Roker. Other
shows which ha\e featured the.


Memphis event include. Good
Morning America, the Todax
Show., CBS This Morning and
Prime Time Live.
It has also received national
attention in the Smithsonian,
New Yorker. USA Today, and ..
the Wall Street Journal.
The ultimate award, the.
honor of "the largest pork bar-
becue cooking contest in the
world" was bestow ed on the
Memphis event in the 1990',
Guinness Book .of World
Records and remains unchal-
lenged today.


4-H plans

yard sale
Santa Rosa 4-H clubs %%ill.
hold a combined \ard sale.,
Saturday\ at the 6263 Doewood
Dr. County Extension Office. 8
a.m. to noon. Proceeds w ill be.
used toward individual 4-H
club projects and activities. n
Each club %%ill donate ten
percent of sales to the Santa.
Rosa 4-H. Those monies will
go toward 4-H camp scholar-'
ships, educational acti ities and.,
Community Service Projiects. i
For one such project. 4-H-
Operation Military Kids-.
iOMKlKi south are putting,
together a "Hero Wall" to honorS-
area veterans at this .ear's Apnli
4-9 Countr Fair. .
For die Hero Wall. organiz--"
ers are asking for copies of pho-^,
los featuring veterans. .1
To submit one. mail to Janr
Sthultz-McCurdy. 6263
Dogw\ood Drie. Milton. FL.'
3250;: or contact the Countr
Extension office. 623-3868. 6
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Wadnaedns, Marc~h 15, 2006


The Santa Rosa Press Gazette


Marisa Leigh Andrews and Andrew Michael Sanderson


Andrews &

Sanderson to wed


NMarisa Leigh ndre'ss and
AndrewtN Michael Sanderson.
both of Pensacola. plan to be
married May 25. 2006 at
Disney World, Orlando Florida.
NMarisa is the daughter of
Merry Beth Andrews and Roy
Andret s of Milton. Andre\% is
the son of Linn and 1. Kenneth
Sanderson of Pensacola. NMarisa


Eiland &

Blaney

to marry

Mr. and Mrs. Greg Eiland
of Jay happily announce the
engagement of their daugh-
ter. Jennifer. to Jason Blaney,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles
Blaney of Milton. Jennifer
graduated in 2005 from the
University of West Florida
%,ith a Bachelors of Science
in Pre-professional Biology.
Jason will graduate this Nlay
\\ith a Bachelors of Science
in Biochemnistr. The couple
\\ill be married in Ja\.
Florida on Nlay 13. 2006. All
family and friends are %\el-
come to attend.




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is a graduate of Pace Hich
School. She currently attends
University of West Florida and
works on the Universitr cam-
pus. Andre\\ is a Cathohc High
School graduate.
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Pensacola Junior College. He is
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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF YOUR FAILURE TO APPEAR
-THE FIRST JUDICIAL CIR- OR RESPOND SHALL BE
CUIT, IN AND FOR SANTA TREATED AS A CONSENT
ROSA COUNTY, FLORIDA TO TERMINATION OF
JUVENILE DIVISION PARENTAL RIGHTS AND
CASE NO.98-DEP-19 YOU SHALL PERMANENTLY
LOSE ALL LEGAL RIGHTS
IN THE INTEREST OF: ASA PARENT TOTHE CHILD
NAMED IN THE PETITION
B. 04/21/1991 FOR TERMINATION OF
PARENTAL RIGHTS.


C.B.


04/14/1993


MINOR CHILDREN
TO: Daryl Lovely, father
I1k/a 1420 West Gregory
Street
Pensacola, Florida 32501
Parent of: C.B., a minor child
DOB: 04/14/1993
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTI-
FIED that a Petition under
oath has been filed In the
above styled Court, for the
termination of parental
rights of C.B., a female child,
born In Escambia 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
Marol L Goodman, Judge of
the Circuit Court In and for
Santa Rosa 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.


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
030106
030806
031506
032-06
3/148

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR
SANTA ROSA COUNTY,
FLORIDA PROBATE DIVI-
SION
File No. 57-2005-CP-410
Division Probate
IN RE ESTATE OF
CLAUDE SAMMUIEL JACKE
Dece. a ed
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
The adamrnnsraiarn of rthe
estate of Claude Sanrrmu-et
Jacje deceased who:a dalre
ol dear. was Marcn 9P?00o5 is


pending in inre C fiu Coun for
Sania Rosa Count/ Florida
Pi'C.tle D,.I.,onr ihe addre:-
c.i Wrhrlch i 6865 C aroline
Streetl Mliron. Florda 3'.257(0
The naiTm. anrd adareae as of
ome personal repre:enlalve,
ana the personal represenla-
Ive's attorney arc r.el Ionh
below*
All creditor: of Irie de dclaeni
and oiner person. naving
claims or Clemand: again
decedenl's e rale :orn wnom a
copy or IIsi notice is requIred
10 be semired rau:l e Ineir
claims A ra fsl I cour1 WITHIN
THE LATER OF 3 MONTHS
AFTER THE TIME OF THE
FIRST PuBLICATION OF
THIS NOTICE OR 30 DAYS
AFTER THE DATE OF SEA.
VICE OF A COPY OF THIS
NOTICE Otr THEM
Aln oilner credic.is oil re dece-.
dent and oiner persons hra-ring
claim or aemarnd: againsl
dcdeei'nt' e iae mui hile
ihe'r claims waIri. tir C:ourt
WITHiII 3 MONTHS AFTER
THE DATE OF THE FIRST
PUIBLICATIONI OF THIS
NOTICE
ALL CLAIMS hrOT FILED
WITHIN THE TIME PERIODS
SET FORTH IrJ SECTION
733 702 OF THE .FLORIDA
' PROBATE CODE WILL BE
FOREVER BARRED
NOTWITHSTANDIfNG THE
TIME PERIODS SET FORTH
ABOVE. ANlr' CLAIMS FILED
TWO I2 I'EARS OR MORE ,
AFTER THE DECEDENTS
DATE OF DEATH IS BARRED.
The dafe ofl llr pubir:airon of
Iris lni e is Marcn 8 2006. -
Anorney lor Peironai


Legals


w Legals


Obitu are


Greene,

Helen Mary

1922-2006
Helen NMar Greene. age
83. of Milton, FL, passed
a'vay Wednesda,. March 8.
2006. at a local hospital. Mrs.
Greene was a resident of
Santa Rosa County for the
past 10 years, moving from
Merritt Island.'FL
Mrs. Greene "\as a welder
during WW\I. working "ith
Structural Steel in Allentown.
PA. She \was a nurse's aid at a
nursing home in Merritt
Island. FL for five years. She
was a member of the St. Rose
of Lima Catholic Church, and
,was active on the church's
prayer chain. Mrs. Greene's
biggest joy in life was being a
wife. homemaker, great mom
and grandmother.
Mrs. Greene is survived by


her husband of 61 faithful
years of marriage -Weldon
Warren Greene. of Milton,
FL: daughter-Barbara (Ed)
Bridges, of Spanish Fort, AL.
son-Sonny (Car)l) Greene.
of Milton. FL; three grand-
children-Alex Greene,
Sydney Bridges, and Zach
Greene: and her brother.
Joseph Galgon, of Allentown.
PA.
Visitation for Mrs. Greene
was from 10 to 11:00 a.m..
Saturday, March 1I1, 2006 at
Lewis Funeral Home in
Milton. Funeral Mass fol-
lowed at 11:30 a.m. at St.
Rose of Lima Catholic Church
with Rev. Father Dennis
O'Brien officiating. Burial
was in Serenity Gardens with
Lewis Funeral Home directing.


Sloan,

Inez Yvonne

1933-2006
Inez Yvonne Sloan. age 72,
passed away Thursday, March
9. 2006 at the Heritage


Nursing Home in Milton, Mrs.
Sloan 'was born in the Bagdad,
FL. area September 22. 1933.
Mrs. Sloan %was a retired
Rural Mail Carrier. She was a
present member of the
Women's Auxiliary of the
Franklin D. Roose\elt Air
Craft Carrier, CVN-42.
Reunion. She \as involved in
man\ civic organizations:
Chairman. American Red
Cross. President American
Cancer Society. President
Women's Auxiliary Civiian
Club, Cub Scouts Den Mother.
Treasure Retarded Children
Association. Mrs. Sloan was a
member of the Ferris Hill
Baptist Church, in Milton. She
and her husband. are the first
persons in Santa Rosa County.
who started pro\ hiding food for


Search and Rescue personnel.
Mrs. Sloan and her husband
owned Sloan's Milton
Ambulance Service for over
25 years. in Santa Rosa
Count\.. starting in 1965. She
lo\ed to help people and
especially loved to fish.
Mrs. Sloan is survived bs
her losing husband of over
53 \ears-Russell Sloan Sr..
%whom she met %while he
served in the Na\'. at
Whiting Field: three sons-
Chuck and his "ife-Dale of
Milton. Jack and his w\ife-
Emil' of Franklin. TN. and
Russell Jr. and his \ife-
Becky of Jacksonville. FL:
eight grandchildren- Angela
Nolan and her husband Brad.
Melissa. Jonathon.
Benjamin. Jimmy, Ashley.


Br.an and Brand n. She also
had one great grandchild-
Serra Nolan: one sur\i\ing
brother-C. B. (Tedi Smith
and his wife-Doris: and
Dorothy Lmoern i kho is like
a half-sisterI and man\ spe-
cial nieces. nepher.ws and
cousins.
Funeral services %were at
the First Apostolic Church on
Hizghw a. 90 in West Milton
on Mondai.L. March 10. 20o06
at 10.00 AM. \with Brother
Larry Webb officiating.
Burial followed in Serenit\
Gardens with Lew is Funeral
Home directing. The family
received friends from 4 to 7
p.m. Sunday evening in ihe
Lewis Funeral Home. Active
pallbearers \ ill be her grand-
children.


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Pace Self-Storage. Inc. of
496-4 High. a ,il. Suite A PaC. FL 3-'571.
purua.,t 1,, n!e pro, ;rion or Flocrda
S'l-Slr:,jge FaetII|[ ctl".
FS ,3 i Q1-S93 "19 here.t e in-.
NOTICE OF S-LE
LIUNDER SAiD -ACT TCO WiT
Oa MiaIrcih 31' 21 ih ji 3l IT. P. je Sell
Sihrige. Ir-c iIll COnduci pulic: ale
ur.der :aid act rt d-.e houaeho-ld c-.:.da aid
iiojin-r 11 Iem, irn e 'illok-AIfig unit .
Init UI 131) Irit11J2 rnt-ed by Chan Sarindti
Lmtl #P-- ilOl1aer i tned b. Danil Ptnrllo
Unitl *20' i lltrile2 nind b, JL-, ica Stilt
p,.L. men. 1 .. ,:,n ci-h or c,3' ier., check
i"nl a C'i;eir ,:! t.he unn it I. be -old oi I i
enrlrert, onl:, ad :l ',ned out compieel.,
the 'anme. ',


ESTATE SALE
Furniture, odds &
ends. linens,
clothes, books, pic-
lures, pots & pans.
Fri 317 & Sat 03'18
3785 Berryhill Rd.
FLORIDATOWN
BAPTIST CHURCH
Will be hosting it's
1st annual
cratyard/bake sale
Sal, 3118 7 to 5
Diamond St. Pace
Looking ior craters'
Space for 1 able &
2 chairs is $20. For
reservations, info
call Doi Rodgers:


Pace Rotary

Barbecue Bash
,, Attention artisans and
rafters! The Rotary Club of
Pace %will be sponsoring the Ist
annual Pace Rotary Barbecue
Bash. This is a wonderful
opportunity to show your prod-
ucts & services at ver little
cost to you. We expect there to
be thousands of people in
attendance. Churches, schools.
and non-profit organizations


GARAGE SALE
Saturday, March
18th 8am-lpm 5205
Nimitz Rd. toff Ward
Basin on waier)
Antique bed. china,
cedar chesi & much
more. Everything

GARAGE SALE
3653 Bagwell Rd.
Fr, 03,17 & Sat
03'18 8am -??
Electric Fun scoot-
ers, antique chairs,
19" TV. adulL'chil-
dren's clothes,
shoes, loys, youth
tent. home decor


YARD SALE 5709
Falcon Dr. Milton
Raising money for
adoption. Nice
things? Come see!

MILTON GARAGE
SALE Sat. March
18th 7:30 amn -??
5737 Ridge Field Ct.
(off Loring/Chantllly
Way) Videos, audio
b6oks, computer,
bike & more

GARAGE SALE
March 17th-18th
7am-noon 3932 Grif-
fith Rd. (off Berryhill
at Luther Fowler)
My trash is your
treasure! Furniture.
knick knacks, misc.
Too much to list


interested in fundraising are
also encouraged to participate.
Pace Rotary is proud to wel-
,coq e.,Jeff Cook and his All-
Star Goodiime Band to the
'006 ,Bar-B-Q Bash. Former
Lead guitarist of "Alabama,"
Jeff Cook has received man%
awards over his long and dis-
tinguished career. He, along
with his band mates, was
named Entertainer of the Year
eight times. They have sold
more recordings than anyone
else has in any field of music.
They ha\e had 42 #1 hits span-
ning 2 decades.
Come see his electrifying
performance on April 1. 2006
at 7 p.m. behind the Hardees in
Pace. corner of West
Spencerfield and White Roads.
Tickets are $4.
The dates for the Bash will


be Friday, March 31 and
Saturday, April 1st. We still
need local backyard B-B-.Q
entrants. -In the Backyard
Division. there will be three
.categories ribs. chicken, and
seafood %with 1st place winners
receiving $100. For more
information, contact Jennifer
Biles at 698-1783. or Zac
Leyrer. at 994-6575. ext 103.


Scratch

Ankle 5K planned
There will be a Scratch
Ankle 5/K Run/\Walk on
Saturday March 25. 2006 at
8:00 a.m. at the Milion
Community Center, whuch is
sponsored by the Milton High
School Track Team and the
City of Milton.
Regisiration and Entry


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Fees: forms can be picked up at
Milton High School. Entrn fee
is $15 prior to March 22. Late
registration can be completed
Ofi race day inside the Milton
Community Center. Late regis-
tration fee is $20.
For more information or if
you would like to help sponsor
this event, contact NMurra\
Rutledge. Athletic Director.
MHS at 983-5600.


Book Fair scheduled
Jay Hospital v\ill be having
an Imagine Nation Books Ltd.
Book Fair March 16 & 17th
iThurs-10 a.m. to 4 p.m. & Fri-
8 a.m. to 3 p.m.) in the Royal
Room. All the proceeds \fill go
to Relay For Life. Checks. all
major credit cards and pur-
chase orders \ill be accepted.


PJC courses set
For information and regis-
tration, please call 484-1374.
Florida Notary Training
13 hrs..i from I p.m. until 4 p.m.
on Thursday. March 23. 2006.
Cost: $89.00.
Real Estate 14-Hour
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Repres ntar.vte
A Wayne Wlliamnuon
Fic.nda Bar No 311500.2
Walton & Wl.amnron LLC
1020 S Ferdon Bic
Cresrvaaw Florrda 32536
Telephone f850) 682-2120
Personal Repiesenlatlvee
Regina A Jbr,ur..3n
P 0 Box 126
Au Tra.n, Mi 49806
030806
031506

NOTICE OF LANDOWNERS
AND BOARD OF SUPERVI-
SORS MEETING
SHORES OF SANTA ROSA
COMMUNITY DEVELOP-
MENT DISTRICT
PlNoice ,i rereby g.ver, to all
landowners w.iTri the Shores
01 Santa RoAs Co.rrmuniry
Developm'eni Di-rircl line
D.sirncfiI or lands generally
described a c.Imrpnzrig a. par-
eel .:fl land approx.malaly'
9908 acres., ic-caied iest or
Sound Rereal Drinve eaEl p1
Fuller Drile soutrn a1 Gu-ul
Breeze parwAay, anu nonn oi
Sania Rcia Sound in Sania
Rosa County generally advis-
ing i1t-a1 a meeing oi lanIdc-,n
era will e neia lor ine purpose
ol ele,.-ng i4e supaervsori
DATE
April I 3 2006
TIME
10 00 am ICDTI
PLACE
Besa Weal.in r.av narr


t86j" lbaari, P'rwy
Na,.-an. Flor.as 32566
Eacr. Iandowreri may vote ri
person or by w irnenr prony
Proxy rorms may be6 obiained
upon request ai the office ofr
Ine Diri ci Manager c'o
Rizzerla & Company' 3.354
Colwell Avernue, Suie 0t.1
Tampa FIorlda 33614 Ai sad
meei.r.g .ac3n clarnawrer or ri.a
proIy :r.all De erl.Iled 1o catl
c-n- aoe per acre oi lanad
owned Cry r.rri and locae.l
wirar, [tr Disrictl Icr each per-
so r.o bea elected A frracion .a1
ar. acre mnall ae treated a crne
acre
ImmedlaTeri tlail.'vt.rig irte
irnaowr.e r, mee.aing ir r-m w.11i
be convnierd a regular meetings
t1 ir.e Board of Sulpervisor: Ifr
the purposi.e ol consia.r.nn
cearia.r orqan.zanonal manTer:
oit the Boarr lo include lelctorn
of ceirs.nr. D .ir.iL onticei. and
orrinr Surn DusineS ; wh.cr-.
rmay properly comeal ,.:ra eir
Board The" maai.ng .5 oper. IC.
the public: an-3 aill be corN.u.:Cl
ed in accordance wlr.l The pro.
.110-on: au Florlla La% I.':r
Comrrmur..iv DevelopnirenI
D.sr.cis A ccpy 0 fine agenda
lor Inl; meeting may te--
obtia.nea tirom ArRiz ta r
Company 34-34 Colwell
Avenue Sunte 200 Tampa
Flo:r.ida 33614
Tr ere mnay be n ar cccasior
were r onn or more super..
s .:r- ,tili panlicipate by iala.
phone At me. Obu.tve locaiionr
irtere i11 bea praeseni a speaker
Ilelphone no Ihai any irleresi-
ed peiz on, can rlatend Ir
me-air.q ai Ire at-aie localon


and be rll/ uiinilrmed Ot Irea
c.icus..ora. rlakng pla'e .iner
.rin parsn or Dy ilepnrone com-.
mfurical.r..r.
Pursuarn 1 o prousic.r. o01 itre
Armrercans wilh Disabilh'esa
Act any persor. requ-r.ng spe-
cial accraommrridaonal Ic pan'c-.
'patle" ri mes ca.r,.:- ask-d 10
contact ir Desirci Onrce at1
1613t 933-55-1. at lea- l 18
hours before ire a ring It
you are neanr.g or speecri
impaired please coriall ir a
Fic.raa Relay Ser5r-ce at i8 :0i
9.558770 lor aa irn rcontact.ng
ihe D.-'ircIOrfice
A person wric. adeciesr tI
appg. l any decirorn made by
Ihe Boara wir raipe:l itc any
manner .:.onsiled at1 ihae neal.
'-.g is advise d lhat piers.n i wll
r.iaea a rec:ola 01 Ire pic.iced-
rngs anda Ir. ar.cc-rd.ngiy. irer
person may need 10 i ensure
inal a verbatmiTi record of the
proceeings i a rr de including.
re lemirr.Ony rand viaence
upon Awncr. the appeal, i i DeC

Peil. Wlliarr.i
Dis:riC1 Manager
031506S
3/181
PUBUC NOTICE
SALE OF PROPERTY
r1cr..:c ..: riereby g,,ar. ', r irtie
Santa Ras.a Counr, bFoard ..1
County Commii lonrer.: WAll
Ieceihe sealed bio; ifor tre pur.
chase Iot property 10:r r-a in
mie Sanra Rosa IndusTli.l Part
ISAP1 Apprc. orally eigrht.
- r. 1 1 acre- f land no l1are-a


at SAIP 11 up .:.r bidt.r Map
dpIc -n"a theu .,aailta-Ce land are
aallatbem ar me: Sanra Ros:a
CCouriy Board or Courta
Corr.mm .:,c.r.r Otffie. 6-1'49
Carolo.e Sireet. fMllonr FI-orina
.32570' Telephone 185,u 9-3.

Tre uS;a 01 :aid land wIll D e
I'mi1 iO ,r,.ushial u;e Wllr,. a
rrrniTrr.um. 1 2n,',w amploiei:
I: the region, Air. a m.r.imumr
capital xpendamu.e ul It and a
mrn.mrrum atserage waqg rale, Ol
1.25" or the Courv ty average,
wage rate a. .t31ad jy
Er.larpr.se FIorio
Al bia. muist De in wAiting anri
anlli-rre t., bhand Fed 2 'ur,
mari 1- ine Sania F:.;-a Counrt
Pr:ocurement Departmerint
e-149 Car.line Slieeil Su'- G.
MilIon. Ficl.da 3"7,0 anr.
muiol be rceai..e li i',,
a m _Aprii 1o. Lu'6 at whi.:rh
lime od-d' iiitl C opeOni arnd
read aloud .a11 IC.r'lr|e- d par-
i.es are, inl.ea 1r anenrd
Bids are 1. re e-aled and
plainlr. l -abele BID SALE
OF PROPERTY". E.as
rec a aed ar ir.n i.m- eil i:.r
nme bid apenir-",., %ill C-. lbeeI:lced
ana relurr.ed unoper.ed i1 Ir.e
ptdder
Sanra RoF:a Cour.r, wil retair,n
ire righi of I.ri relual .a ire,
.-ent ire prc.per, i. souardi i.h
be told Sarni R.osa C.OaUni
reerv-e In, ra ria o. r.eg-oiale
a n.gher sale pi.ce wmin Ihe.
hi-ghel reip.:nsA b. idder
Santa Roa' C--unry rresere
ihe ril .h10 a1w-ard more Mran
rne bid it 1t d.1lete rie: : urh I. 1


c- in ir, e e l .rl.tiret -at 0 s.a.a
0i:a Counr,;
Eacr. bidder Will subtrT. a mrin.
murtr.i I '. ,'50 0, earrne.z
morne daepo:iil v ich .lI C-
nc.nr, ierudr,,Alie sr-auld .j:nr
liddei be awar oded Iti pur-
chase Tne depc, .1 si II b
.:rediled aa-e.r-sil ihe purcha
amount
Sania RO.ia C-:aurn,- re:er.e
Ire ri.rir i wava ,nTorTmallie:
in t.a.i arjn c.r iitnoul.ctause
1. re|cl all C .0 0. tv acIc-pt
lthe Dd Ihal iT ,deerler.c:I lt 0-
1r, it.- c e:l r in,resti oir i
Courn.rn
Ea.:r, b.a'e marr.kr.3 a pur-
..as. a pr-p--s.:. t agrees Tiral ,I i
.i awia' d the P.- it Wi.i -niaer
.r.io a pu.:r.a5e agreemerni
d...:rCnCrd here.n wAir.in ihirr
day: '1 ie ,bid e.enl Tre pur'
chat- agiemeri may ,e-
ass.gned by the :;ucac:siul
r.dider .-. an ass.rnee
appr-o.e ta Ea.San R.Ria
Country a 1 ii- tourt.ty: .:.le

By order .: Ir mae Bo.ard 1 i
Counr, Cc-min -.or.ier .:.I
Saria R:a. ,a'Ojrt,. Filrnd a
031506
03.2206

Notice of Public Sale
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Pa,-r orn. Aui,.,r 1 .. Inr..
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hignrei bidder sup.1-i to ar.,


her.: ieSl pr.iiC ,d: d_'-1,,il.d
. l-r ,r Courl per I .
iAn ir flir.raioui igrln i a
rnearii.-i per -13 E58516.1 5 09
I 10 -O -it bu3r.d pear 54 0997
r: c..rne n-may' reacem v.erile
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pr,:.r ihen.:.r laco ,I c i n
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is -.0074 cr.r '?_ ... 1i 1
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1ab:.ri eri.ce- ani. Sirrage
crhardcs Owne'r 'R.a":t- 1i-lr..el
Mo.tle J4164 HiucKleerr, Fr.r
Fi.:,ad r.lllt-.n. FL 37 83
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Wvednesday uvaiwi Izui 11 RIIOIIO IiCOU.LLE


Business Review


MEDIACOM COMMUNICATIONS:


A cable company with a conmmunitment and focus that's


Howl extraordinarilN
refreshing it is to find a cable
service provider as expansive
as Mediacom Communications
%with centralized valuess so
closely\ aligned with and com-
mined to sen in2 the smaller
cities and town across the
United States. That assurance,
it appears, seems to be demon-
strayed in e'ern step Nlediacomi
takes
With all the technological
ad'ancemnents that the nman-
moth company has achieved. it
has never lost sight of its cus-
tomers or missed an opportuni-
t\ to provide them \with the
highest digital products avail-
able
It's this spirit of sern ice. to
a great degree. that has pro-
pulled Nlediacom into to the
position of leadership w% which it
enjoys in the cable industr-
todas, according to Bob
Dempsey \hoa series as the
company's Senior Nlarketing
NManacer for thie Southern
Region.
()tOur hole charter, our
goal. our mission statement."
he said. "'is to bnng high-tech
cable. high-speed internet, and
digital phone sen ice to small
cities and towns that are t5 pi-
call, passed over b\ other large
cable proi iders."
You see. Mediacom
Communications is not just the
eighth largest cable tele\ ishon
i company in the United States
or the third largest emrploy er in
Santa Rosa Counti. It's a tech-
nolog. mentor, local service
provider. a community neigh-
bor, and a friend. The name has
almo-t become a household
word here, practically\ s non3i-
mous w ith cable T\. internet,
and not\ phones!
With a brand new\ and
impressive state of the art
building situated at 1613
Nantahala Beach Road in Gulf
Breeze. MNediacom hosts on a
daily basis in the neighborhood
of 2510 employees. offering a
v' ide array. of enhanced broad-
band products and ser ices.
As tor its major offerings.
the company\ likes to think of
them as VIP iVideo, Internet.
Phone related sen ices. linked
to e er\ customer, each of
whichh in its est nation main-
tains VIP status!
The latest of these _ern ices
to be offered is the company "'s
digital phone serve ice now\
available min select areas of
Santa Rosa and Escambia
counties. and \which according
to Mediacom Regional Vice
President Dad id Sen es. i
the latest e\anmple of ho'.',
NMediacom is keeping abreast
of new technologies and mak-
- inn available advanced prod-
icts[ to our customers.
As a result of the inatluura-


lion of this phone sern ice last
December in areas including
Gulf Breeze. Milton. NaUarre.
Pace. Pensacola Beach. NAS
Pensacola. and NAS Whiting
Field. "'Customers in these
areas can now\ enijo a techno-
logicall advanced. feature-
rich, lov.er-cost alterratie to
traditional telephone ser-iice,'"
the Regional Vice President
continued.
He like"\ise pointed out
that customers \ ho partnicipat-
ed i'oulld also hate tthe con'en-
ience of dealing v. ith one com-
pan\ and one mnonthl\ state-
ment for all their cable iele\i-
sion. high-speed internet. and
phone needs. Prospectite cus-
tomers can call Nlediacom at
866-746-7312 or access the
company's website at
V\ \\ i .mediacomcable.com pho
ne for more information.
.And although the ne\\ dig-
ital phone offering is creating
quite a stir of excitement, it's
lust another feature offered
here b\ Mlediacomn \ith its
high-speed internet i\ith
speeds tip to 5.0 Nlbpsi the
sel\ice offers EZ -Armor
Secuntr free with anti- irus.
pop-up blockers. firea.tll pro-
[ection. and in-home netv.ork-
irg capabilities
With the speed and con-
\enience of Mlediacom Online
High-Speed Internet ser' ices.
the \\hole family3 can surf the
%\eb. Whether it's researching
for school, do unloading audio
files, or e-mailing pictures to
friends and family. Nlediacomn
makes it easi.
And, oh -es, cable TV'
NMediaconi's digital cable
brings \ou o\er 260 channels.
plus 45 commercial-free music
channels And this includes up
to 12 channels of HBO. 20.
channels of Shortinme. and 20
channels of STARZ.
\With a Digital Video
Recorder i DVR i. ou ha' e TV
'on our o,%.n terms \\ ih R[)\
o0u can record hours of pro-
giranming and watch \hene\er
\our schedule allo\\s. PILis.
DVR gi\es oal the power to
pause and re,. ind what you'ree
watchingg You can e\en pause
li\e programming!
Then there's Video on
Demand iVO) lt's like hay-
in2g \otlir o', n theater. W Viithl this
feature \ou can w\\atch mo\ ies
or specials \\hene\er iouir
schedule allows. And \ou can
v.atch as man\ times as 'oili
like itihn the ienial period
Pause. re. ind, fast forward ot
\tatch again. ;,ou'e got it'
Mediaicol On Demand is a
set\ice that enables cuistomner
access to movies and special
programs ranging Ironm recent-
I1N released blockbuster titles to
timeless classics. All titles are
accessible \ tih \our remote


geared to serving communities


Mediacom'

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TEAMWORK COUNTS AT MEDIACOM-Some of the conscientious people at Mediacom
Communication wishing to share their advanced high-speed cable, internet, and digital phone systems
technology with you, include (left to right) Eddie Arnold, Technical Operations Supervisor for Florida;
Barbara Bonowicz, Government Relations; Bob Dempsey, Senior Marketing Manager for the Southern
Region; and Emily Homan, Marketing Supervisor for the Florida Region. Mediacom Communications'
Southern Region with headquarters in Gulf Breeze covers territory in Mississippi, Alabama, and
Florida. The eighth largest cable provider in the nation, Mediacom Communications is operational in
26 states and is Santa Rosa County's third largest employer. (Photo by Obie Crain.)


control.
On Demand is not like
Pa\-Per-Vievw. With Pa\-Per-
\-te\ mo\ ies. Ott haN e no con-
trol over the time \you' e
selected once it starts playing.
On Demand i\es ont total
control over the program for a
24-hour period. That nieans
\ou can pause a moa le, revw ind
to a part .tou missed, or simply
watch as many times as 0ou
like
And price? Most movie
rentals Irom On Demand are
Iust 'f3.)9 per title, less than
manN \ ideo rental stores, espe-
ciallI when considering the
"cost" of time and travel. In
order to receive On Demand.
\OuI must subscribe to a
Nlediacom digital package.
Whether it's hit mnolies or
special programs. \when it
comes to selection and conien-
ience. nothing compares to
Nlediacom On Demand
This inmager3 is reinforced
b\ crystal clear, digital audio
that delivers e\ery possible
sound. and the two features
combined make \ou wonder if
,,ou can actually believe \our
e es and ears! VWith a bigger
picttie. better resolution. and
the best possible audio. HDTV
is truly the future of tele isionn.
according to Nl Mediacom offi-
cials.
But ultimately its how\ the
company and its employees
relate to others in the commnlu-
nit\ rhat determines its true
measure of success
"\\e not onl\ have o\er
200 employees Norking here
\ho li\e in the community. \\e
are a part of it." commented
Government Relations
Nlanager Barbara Bonowicz.


"-The company and its employ -
ees not only live here. the\
serve the community The\
niake significant contributions
to it through their support of its
cilic structure b\ participating
in individual projects like the
ball park fund and Red Cross
active cities.
Bob agreed. -'VWe certain\
do encourage our super isors
and maiiagers to become
acti el\ inv ol ed as much as
possible in community affairs."
lie said "As a matter of fact our
Florida Region Marketing
Super isor Emily Homan is
no\w involved in thie Navarre
Chamber of Commerce That's
a prime example of how we fit
in heie."
Incidentall. they are cele-
brating the company's 10th
annikersarn this Near And to
sho\w ho" the Southern Reeion
is relating. Bob pointed out that
it received the coveted
Chairman's AA ard'at the most
recent Managers' Conference
held in Orlando. "That. in
itself, is inspirational," lie said.
pointing out that it \\as award-
ed based on the Southern
Region's response to and the
follow-up activities related to
hurricanes Ivan. Dennis. and
Kamnna over 2004 and 2005.
Your comments to an\ of
their services are always w\el-
corned. Reach them loll-free at
IS00 23C) -8411.


Darrel R. Greer

18501 983-1471
6259 Hignhay 90
Milton, FL32570-1.08
wviy etdardjones cort
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f^ Kornerstone/Military

Craft, Yard, & Bake Sale is Saturday in Pace ESS
Floridatown Baptist Church on ing and we will be raising $20.00. For space reservations,
Diamond Street in Pace will be money\ fora new fellowship hall and information please call
hosting its first annual Craft. and we are looking for a great Festival Chairman, Dot, a
i'ard & Bake sale on Saturda\. rum out to make our first festi- Rodgers at 994-8622.
March 18, 2006. from 7 a.m. \al a huge success. Space for 1
until 5 p.m. Our church is ro'w table and 2 chairs will be


Attention Churches!! Senior Community
Do you have a special event coming up that you would Luncheon is Tuesday!
like to announce to the community? Are ~ ou having a
1 : ,** '."...i ,:,-"'' All Senior citizens are invited
Gospel sing. Revival meeting. Bible Conference, Festival, -. 'l Senior c izn e n it
or maybe a special guest coming to your church? Articles to Bagdad United methodist
are free: there is no charge for placing them on the Communiy Senior's Luncheon
Kornerstone page. This page comes out every Wednesday. on Tuesda,. March 21st. at 11
Submissions must be in no later than Friday at 5 p.m. pre- a.m. A delicious brunch will be
vious to the Wednesday edition. prepared and served bN the
Photos are welcome. You may drop them by at the office ladies of the church. The% \\ill
located at 6629 Elva Street; *.. also ha'e entertainment. The
or fax articles to us at .- church is located at 4540
(850) 623-2007, or email them to Forsth Street in Bagald. For
church@sr-pg.com. more information please call
Military Defenders of Freed626-1948.

Military Defenders of Freedom


Howard presently
serving in California
(FHTNC)-Marine Corps Pfc.
Cortney M. Howard. daughter
of Dawn M. Morgan of
Granby, CO. and David L.
Howard of Pace. FL, recently
reported for duty with Marine
Corps Detachment, Monterey,
CA.
Hovard is a 2003 graduate of
Pace High School of Pace, FL.
and joined the Marine Corps in
July 200)5.
Maginn completes
basic training
(FHTNCi-MNarine Corps Put.
Kyle J. Maginn. brother of
Melissa E. Nlarr of Na\arre.
FL. recently completed 12
weeks of basic training at
Marine Corps Recruit Depot.
Parris Island. SC designed to
'challenge ne%\ Marine recruits
both physically and mentally.
Maginn and fellow, recruits
began their training at 5 a.m..
by running three miles and per-
forming calisthenics. In addi-
. tion to the physical condition-
ing program. Nlaginn spent


numerous hours in classroom
and field assignments which
included learning first aid, uni-
form regulations, combat
water survival, marksmanship,
hand-to-hand combat and
assorted weapons training.
They performed close order
drill and operated as a small
Infantry unit during field train-
ing.
Maginn and other recruits also
received instruction on the
Marine Corps' core values-
honor, courage and commit-
ment, and what the core values
mean in guiding personal and
professional conduct.
Nlaginn and fellow recruits
ended the training phase with
The Crucible, a 54-hour, team
evolution culminating in an
emotional ceremony in which
recruits are presented the
Marine Corps Emblem, and
addressed as "Narines" for the
first time in their careers.

Wiggins graduates
in North Carolina


Army Pvt.
Wigoins has


Mario G.
graduated


from basic combat train-
ing at Fort Jackson.
Columbia. S.C.
During the nine weeks of
training, the soldier stud-
ied the Army mission.
history, tradition and core
values, physical fitness.
and received instruction
and practice in basic conm-
bat skills, military
weapons, chemical \var-
fare and bayonet training,
drill and cerernony.
marching. rifle marks-
manship, armed and
unarmed combat, map
reading, field tactics, mil-
itary courtesy, military
justice system, basic first
aid. foot marches, and
field training-exercises.
He is the son of Debra
McPhaul of Country Club
Drive, Fayette\ille. NC.
and nephew of Vannishal
Brown of Timber Lane.


Navarre. FL.
Wiggins is a 2003 gradu-
ate of Douglas Byrd High
School, in Fayetteville.
Kinnebrew joins
U.S. Army DEP
Ashley NIM. Kinnebrew has
joined the United States Army
under the Delayed Entr\
Program. The program gives
Doung men and women the
opportunity to delay entering
active duty for up to one year.
The enlistment gi\es the ne%\
soldier the option to learn a
ne\\ skill, travel and become
eligible to receive as much as
$50.000 toward a college edu-
cation. After completion of
basic military training, soldiers
receive advanced individual
training in their career job spe-
cialty prior to being assigned to
their first permanent dut\ sta-
tion.
The recruit qualifies for a
$2.000 enlistment bonus.
Kinnebre\v will report to Fort
Leonard Wood, Waynesvi'lle,
MO for basic training on


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September 12. 2006.
She is the daughter of Clifford
and Stephanie Kinnebrew of
Cosica Blvd., Navarre. FL.


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up." Charles G.
Finney
II Cor. 4:16


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Wednesday March 15,2006


Ask the Preacher

;. ....! ...a weekly column answering your questions
nith Biblical answers about life.
RL...' J
Dear Pastor Gallups,"I read somewhere, in one of sour arti-
cles. I think .that you believe that Deacons ought not to "run
or administrate church affairs. Hoa can that be? So man\
churches depend upon their Deacons to keep the church run-
ning?" S.S. Pace
Dear S.S.,
Let me sa\ before I go any further. that how a church choos-
es to operate is between tt and the Lord. It is not my place in this
article to tell any church ho\\ to run its business. You hake
asked for mrn opinion, ho\\ever, on a \ern important matter...so
I w\.ill ans\\er your question.
S.S., the scriptures simple. do not allow for Deacons to
administrate the affairs of a church. Most Bible scholars agree
that the first appointing of Deacons in the church is found in the
Acts. chapter six account. Here they were clearly chosen to
spread the gospel, keep peace in the body and SERVE the
church b\ minister.
The %er wo\ord "deacon" in the Biblical language of the
Greek means, "servant." The qualifications for a Deacon are
found in I Tim. 3:8. In not one scripture is found an example of
or an expectation that the Deacons "run the affairs" of a church.
By "affairs" of a church we %would mean matters of church busi-
ness. budgets, programming, pastoral job descriptions. etc. The
Bible IS \ery clear w\ho should determine these matters...the
Elders. (1 Tim 5:17a)
The qualifications for and the job description of Elders are
entirely different than those of Deacons. iTitus 1:6-91 Churches
get into trouble when this Biblical truth is confused.
Who are Elders, then? Again, this \would be left up to the
individual church. Certain\ the Pastor and'or Associate Pastors
could be considered to be Elders. I Tim. 5:17bi An.N group of
Nlinistr) Directors or specially appointed or elected people
could serve a church in the "elder" capacity It is THIS group.
x\ however the church determines their are. that should "run the
affairs" of the church...NOT the Deacons. I believe that the
Lord particularly\ blesses a church that keeps this Nev,
Testament order of administration.
I trust that this answers Nour question. Remember S.S.. the
Bible has all \our answers! Read it, stud\ it and live it. Thank
wou for asking m\ opinion in this matter.
COi'/ olltps lthe Pastor at H,,',_.:-, Hu it i'ck B"pnst Clh,.i'l. 11 ,tlihoo.
HE /hi a Ba.ichlor or Sc 'ace degri. ironF # FlI:' ia .Sa it t l.' r %sir .aiid a laStr
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Community


Milton graduate reignS

over Biloxi's St. Patrick's Day Parade
a mmmamme---*unrmmamm
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e- assumer.malakAl


Lauren Jonel McFadden. a
2002 graduate of Milton Hieh
School has been chosen to
serve as this year's Biloxi
Hibernia Marching Societr's
St. Patrick's Day, Colleen.
Lauren is the daughter of
Leslie Grace McFadden Holt
of Milton, and the late Rick
Thomas McFadden, USNIC.
Lt. Col. She is the granddaugh-
ter of Matt and Joanne Grace
of Ocean Spnngs. MS: and the
later Thomas and Elsie
McFadden of Biloxi. Lauren
has tmo younger sisters Katie
Colleen McFadden and
Neghan Grace McFadden
PresentIs. Lauren is a senior
at the Uni'ersitN of South
Alabama. Mobile. pursuing a
degree in Public Relations.
Lauren enjo s spending her
tree time v ith her bovfnend,
PFC \Wlliarn A. Lamton.' LIUS
Army. of Gulf Breeze. FL. Will
is current\ stationed at Ft.
Bragg. NC.
Sharing the duties of royalty
with Lauren is the Grand
Marshall Todd Dalton. of
Ocean Springs, MS. Todd is a
regional vice president for
American Modern Insurance.
He is an attorney bi training


Grand Marshal, Todd Dalton and
and father of three \ ho is mar-
ried to Lisa D'Andrea Dalton.
the current president of
Hibernia
The Biloxi parade is sched-
uled for SaturdaN. March 18th
at 2 p.m. and ill go through
do'\ nto n Biloxi. It \ ill be the
first Irish parade since Katrina


"Hey Vets! Since diabetes
and obesity are at higher lev-
els among America's \eter-
ans. the VA and Department
of Health and Human
Services iHHS, announced a
campaign to educate veteranss
and their families on ways to
combat these health issues.
The program. "'Healthier US
Veterans" is an educational
effort to generate health\ eat-
ing and physical actii\nt
among veterans their families
and community members.
According to the American
Diabetes As.-sociation. "' of
the US population has dia-
betes, and thi -increases, ith
ace Among veterans recei -


inc VA health care, are on the
average older than the general
population, the diabetes rate is
20"-c.
Four cities w ill collaborate
%with VA and HHS to kick off
educational campaigns this
spring. Even if lour area VA
medical center is not in one of
those cities, ask \our doctor
w hat \ ou can do to better your
health. The\ should have sug-
gestions, pamphlets or paper-
%work for your information.
Search the internet for more
information. It's not too late
to get healthier and to pass
thi., education and lifestyles
on bt"our c'liirdrenrFi- -nehigh-
bors."


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Colleen, Lauren McFadden
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The unincorporated areas of Santa Rosa Count\. in accordance with National Flood Insurance Program
regulation 65.71b) 1)1. hereby gives notice of the County's intent to revise the floodway. generally located
between Quinteete Road and 1.200 feet upstream of County Road 4. Specifically.. the floodway shall be revised
from Quintette Road to a point 1200 feet upstream of County Road 4. As a result of the flood\\ ay revision, the
floodway shall widen with a maximum widening of 3,200 feet at a point approximately 16 miles upstream of
Quintette Road.

In addition, the revision will involve decreases in, and addition of. 1%- annual chance w ater-surface elevations
and widening and narrow ing of the 1%. annual chance floodplain. The specific changes include:

1. Decreases in the 1c. annual chance water-surface elevations w ith a maximum decreases of 2 feet at a point
approximately 15.5 miles upstream of Quintette Road. The addition of 1% annual chance water-surface
elevations will be placed from a point approximately 16 miles upstream of Quintette Road to a point
approximately 1,200 feet upstream of County Road 4.

2. Widening and narrow ing of the 1%. annual chance floodplain \with a maximum widening of 2.800 feet at a point
approximately 10,000 feet upstream of Quintette Road and a maximum narrow ing of 2.000 feet at a point near
an unnamed road off of Chumuckla Springs Road south of Mineral Springs Road.

Interested persons may call Karen Thornhill, Sanja Rosa County Floodplain Administrator, at
karenr@cc.santa-rosa.fl.iis or (850) 981-7026,'for additional information.


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12oA tlig h Wednesday March 15, 2006


Hawk

Tales

by Kaiti\ r Pace
Ten year old Kaiihi n Pace is
preparing Hai, k. an 18-week
old "G"idador" puppy to be a
guide d(t,,. Sh.'. chi,. no niii
HawA's plo';rss to Spotlight
Here, sh italls abr i, isuini a
senior homc i it re Hawk
S iarns i abo'iit lbeivig 11 i,' ood lo
/l piihli .
This week Hawk and I nade
a trip to the Specialt\ Care
Center of Pensacola. This is a
nursinm home filled \with our
: er special elderly friends.
I armed a little early to let
Ha\\k and the other puppies
pla\ together and burn off
some energe!
The puppies alhta's get a
* chance to go "Buss." before an
e\posure outing
This-command is used to get
S pupp to relte\e itself .\hen it
is told 1o Pulppy raisers must
also gi\e the puppy time to
S "Bus\." before entering a
building or before a training
session.
EBen so. the\ sometinies do
ha\e accidents
Th_ is i, \ Ni. \hen \ou see
me \with Ham k. I always ha\e
in\ fannyN pack on. In mrn
fanny pack I ha\e plastic bags,
paper toels,. enzyme cleaner
and hand sanitizer to use for
: cleanup.
: It's kind of like a diaper bag
fi,:r dogs!
Inside the Specially Care
Center Acti itns Room. the pup-
pies met the residents, \\ho
were able to .2et into \%heel-
chairs. The residents enjoyed
petting the puppies and the\
shared tond memories of pets
they'd had at home.
The puppies shov. ed off their
skills at follow, in1m commands
and seemed to lo-e the extra
attention the\ were getting.
,There ,'ere smiles all around
the room as % e left.
Ne\t. the puppies listedd the
residents that ere bed bound.
Our neN friends enlo\ed
seeing the puppies squirm vith
excitement at being there.
As vwe visitedd from room to
room. v.e heard comments
such as. "Ooh. puppies!" and
"I used to ha\e a doe like that
Our % isit helped these future
Guide Dogs get used to "\heel-
chairs and the nursing home
en\ ironment
I think %we made lots of new\
friends. We'll be back to see
then soon!


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Jetting over to the Continent


Area


By JEFF EVERTS
Pc ss Gu:e iie Sraff lrirme

Another local elementarl-
student has recei,.ed the honor
of beiin selected to travel to
Europe net summer as a
"People to People" Student
Ambassador.
Lei BradleN. 11. a fourth
grader at Chumuckla
Elementary. is one" of 40
youngsters from the Florida
Panhandle selected for the
honor.
The group \\as chosen
from a total of 57 children who
were nominated to be included
on the trip.
"I think it's awesome."
Bradle\- sai .


The trip. scheduled for
June. w ill take the students and


"I think it's going to be fun
going over there."
Students can be nominated
in one of three w ays to become
pan of the People to People
group.
Leon and Tammy BradleN
believe their son Le\i was cho-
sen based on his academic
achievement.
He also received three rec-
ommendations-two from
prior and current teachers, and
one from his current principal.
A teacher or fomier stu-
dent ambassador could also
nominate students.
After being nominated.
students then went through an
interview, which w\as held at
Pensacola Junior College.


their chaperones to both
England and France.
Bradles has already started
meeting v. ith the other students
and chaperones to begin the
bonding process before head-
ing overseas.
The People to People
organization h:i\e also begun
orientations to help students
with things like how to pack.
\ hat to expect, etc.
Levi is a historic buff and
sa\s he is looking forward to
seeing places he had onl:s heard
about before.
"I also had some ancestors
who fought at Normand\ so I
W ant to see that also.'" Bradle\
adds.
Among other highlights he


is looking forward to. "'I want
to ride the London E\e Ferris
wheeli and see the Eiffel Tower
in Paris"
Tammy Bradle- sa.s Le\i
is also looking forward to see-
img what other cultures are like.
She added that because
Lex t is a quiet .\outh. she does-
n't expect an\ long distance
friendships %with English or
French children to come from
the inp.
The group w ill ,.lso be.
going to Stonehenge and
Disnel land Paris.
Bradles said he mighi start
learning French words and
phrases to help him out during
the trip
ti't its -.'_-p1 .COImi


Green Eggs and Ham at Munson Elementary


Bi JEFF EVERTS
Press Gazcite Staff Writer

I do not like them in a box.
I do not like them with a jfx.
I do ino like them in a house.
I do not like them with a

I do not like them here or
thi't .
I do o1 ike them aniyw-here.
I ,inotitW like green eggs and
liam.
I do 1t like them. Sam-1-anm.
Dr. Suess

These immortal words
ha\e no\\ taken on a ne" mean-
ing for a group of first graders
from Munson Elementar,
School.
They recently celebrated
Dr. Suess Day along with ele-
mentar\ classes from across the
nation on March 2 to honor the
beloved writerr on what would
have been his 102nd birthday.
Theodor Seuss Geisel was
born March 2. 1904 in
Springfield. MA.
He graduated from
Dartmouth College in 1925.
and proceeded on to Oxford
University with the intent of
acquiring a doctorate in litera-


Daniel \\ ilson 17i and Ashle.
\VWson i5 ) pose next to a print-
ing press at the Press Gazette.
The two \ visited the paper as
part of Cub Scouts and Dais\
Scouts badges they're earning.

Stargazing
From Sky & Telescope
Magazine.

Gemini at Its Best
The not-quite twin stars
Castio and Pollux stand high
overhead as spring stars arrive
in the east.

By Fred Schaaf

The constellations of winter
are all in the western half of the
sky on March evenings. These
constellations are full of bright-
ness, most especially Orion and
Canis Major. But the last -
and currently highest -- of
them is not just bright but also'
well formed and interesting.
That would be Gemini, the
Twins.
The most famous twins in
Greek mythology were the
brothers Castor and Pollux.
Their names are given to the


Ms. Hinson and Nis. Gault's students recently took time out to celebrate the levendars Dr. Seuss"
102d Birthday Anni\ersar,. The festi\ iles include a ser intw of genuine green eggs and ham.


ture.
The Munson first graders
each read Dr. Suess books
before entering them into their
reading logs.
ESE Assistant Sharon
Hinson provided some of the



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Interested in working w% ith
other kids on community. gov-
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ects?
Check out Santa Rosa's 4-'
H program.
As part of the 4-H
Operation Military Kids
(OMNK) program, 4-H mem-
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photos of area veterans to dis-
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The photos will go on dis-
play throughout the state.
For more information on
4-H, contact Vickie, Mullins at
the counts extension office,
623-3868.

this month:
two brightest stars of Gemini,
which form a marvelous pair
appearing just 41 2" apart.
(about the width of three fin-
gers at arm's length). The
brighter and more southern\
one is slightly orange Pollux.
Castor is white. Can your tele-
scope split Castor to reveal it as
a brilliant, tight double star?
The magnitudes of Pollux and
Castor are 1.1 and 1.6, respec-
Jti el). The official cut-off for
stars of 1st magnitude is 1.5
(remember, the lower the mag-
nitude number, the brighter). So
Castor falls just short of being a
Ist-magnitude star.
A splendid object for low
power in a telescope is just off
the trailing foot of the Castor
figure. This is M35, a big, bright
star cluster that sprawls across
most of a telescopic field of
view.
Next door to Gemini, just a


books %while several students
brought their favorite Suess
books from home
In all. the 15 students in the
class read a total of 14-0 Dr.
Suess books that daN.
Alone with reading the


graphic
little east, is
constellation
- current
Saturn. Also
Beehive Sta
most famous
It's visible to
fuzzy patch
nights far fro
Next after
ac is Leo, th
up the eastern
sign of sprin
already in v:


books indit iduall.y students
also participated in activities
related to the late author includ-
ing reading Th/ Cat In The Hat
as a class.
In addition to reading the
book Gi. l E1-,0 Ai.nd Hinm. the


getting high in the northeast.
Planets in March
~.~!... .? Saturn shines brightly high in
;.- the southeast to south'in early
.... ...' evening. With its globe, rings,
and moons, Saturn will be
excellently placed for telescopic
observation all evening. By the
end of March, Saturn creeps to
Within 30 (about .two finger-
widths at arm's length) of M44,
courtesy Sky & Telescope the Beehive Cluster.
the famous but dim Mars is high in the west in
a Cancer, the Crab Taurus, the Bull, at dusk. It
ly hosting bright fades to a little dimmer than
in view is M44, the similarly colored Aldebaran
r Cluster, Cancer's during March. By month's end
is deep-sky object. the planet is almost ready to
o the naked eye as a pass between the two stars that
on clear, moonless mark the tips of the Bull's
am city lights. horns.
rCancer in the zodi- Jupiter rises next to Alpha (a)
he Lion, already far Librae around 11:30 p.m. at the
rn sky. And another beginning of March but about
big's approach is also two hours earlier in the evening
iew: the Big Dipper before the month is over.


class also Cot to taste-test the
real thine.
"Oh \ urn. I lo e green eggs
and ham." said one prudent.
"The\ really taste just like
:\ellowx eggs. the\ lust look
funny." added another student.
After lasting the delicacies,
the students then played a
rh\ ming game based on the
book.
During their computer
time. the students were able to
i ist the official Dr Suess w\eb-
site. Suess\ ille.com. and pla\
inteiactle .ames based on the-
author's \works The\ also
.\ rote their ow it store\
The student's teacher,..
Rachel Gault. had originally
planned to offer only 20 min-
utes of uninterrupted reading to
the students that da\.
However, they enjoyed
their time so much Gault
allowed them to read tor an
hour before moving on to other
acti\ cities
B\ all accounts, the stu-
dents enjo\.ed their da\ of all
thiin s Suess...[he author would
haie been impressed.


h sky
Venus shines low in the south-
east during dawn all month. On
March 25th the brilliant planet
attains greatest elongation
(maximum angular separation)
from the Sun. Telescopic
observers will find it passing
through its "half moon" phase.
The Moon is to the nght of
Mars on the evening of March
5th and left of Saturn on the
10th. The waning gibbous
Moon rises well to the right of
Jupiter around 10:30 p.m. on
March 18th. The waning cres-
cent is far to the lower left of
Venus at dawn on the 26th.
The Sun crosses the March
equinox at 1:26 p.m. Eastern
Standard Time on the 20th,
marking the start of spring in
the Northern Hemisphere and
autumn in the Southern
Hemisphere.
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sion fromaSky & Telescope.


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Pace Chamber Golf
Scramble at the Moors
The Pace Area Chamber of
Commerce will hold its 7th annu-
al golf tournament at the Moors
Golf Resort in Milton on April 7.
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
Log-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.
Besides the tournament,
which is offering more than
$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
Swamphouse 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
start, and all beverages, hole in
one prizes, and door' prizes.
Along with a dinner after the tour-
nament.
Registration deadline is
March 20tn. The Pace Rotary
Club is also looking for sponsors
for this event.
For more information con-
tact 232-0891, 150-1921, or 255-
9795.

Skateland hockey sign
-ups are underway
Sign-ups for Skaleland's
youth and adult roller hockey
leagues are going on until April
29.
The youth league is for play-
* ers 5 to 16 and the adult league is
i for 17 and older.
All skill levels are welcome.
This league will run from
Ma\y until June.
For more information you
can isit www.skatelandmilton
'.com or call Skateland at 623-
9415.

Santa Rosa United Way
to hold fishing tourney
United Way of Santa Rosa
Count, WAill be holding its first
e'.er bass fishing tournament on
'Mai., 20 at River Run Marina.
Currently the United Way of
Santa Rosa Count,, s seeking
sponsors for this year's event.
If you are interested in being
a sponsor of the United Way of
Santa Rosa County's inaugural
bass fishing tournament please
contact the United Way of ices in
M..,ilton at 850-623--507.
There are four different lev-
els of sponsorship opportunities
that are available with a variety of
opportunities for hshing groups
and area business organizations
to participate.

Tanglewood Ladies
Golf Inv. is March 28
The Targilewood Ladies Golf
Association will be holding their
Ladies Invitational Golf
Tournament on Marcn 28 at
Tanglewood Golf Club.
This two person scramble
will begin With 3 shotgun start at
9 a.m. and s. limited to the first -148
paid teams.
Entri, fee lor the tournament
is $50 per player and includes a
cc'rnplimentar7, practice round
along with the awards presenta-
:tion and luncheon following the
tournament.
SDeadline to enter is March
22, and all players must have an
"established U.S.G.A. Handicap
and be at least 18 years old.


No break here!


By BILL GAMBLING
, PG Sports Editor
Spring Break doesn't bring
'sports to a complete halt. but
allows team to play a tourna-
ment or play games the\ would
not normally have the opportu-
nity to do.
Three teanis are taking the
opportunity to face different
competition as the Patriots.
Panthers, and Lads Panthers are
taking their sho%% on the road
this weekendn.
Pace will have completed
their two.games by today.
The Patriots schedule had
them playing a team from


Oklahoma on Monday and then
Atlantic High School on
Tuesday.
"I think this trip vN ill help us
gel as a team." said Pace head
coach Charlie Wamer. "We will
get to see a different side of one
another.
"Plus it % ill be a nice little
break in the season for us after
starting % ith six district games
in a row."
One big key for the Patriots
during their Daytona trip will
be offense as run production
has been an issue at times dur-
ing the first sLx games of the
season.


For Milton both teams \ ill
be on the road.
The Lady Panthers \ ill be
plain ing this %weekend in a
Tallahassee Tournament hosted
by Lincoln High. while the
Panthers \\ill be headed to
Birmungham. Ala., for a couple
of games.
Milton's first game \ill be
at Wallace State Community
'College against Etonah High
School on Thursday and a game
Friday\ at Hooter High School
against Houston High School
out of Memphis. Tenn.
For a struggling Panther
See. BREAK. Pg. 2B


Cole pitches first no-hitter of season

1 Lady Panthers now above .500; Pace finds a new starter in old pitcher

By BILL GAMBLING --
PG Sporus Ed,'itor z- ...


Santa Rosa County ended
last %week on a positive and it
could not have gotten an% better
than a no-hitter.
Ashleigh Cole pitched her
first no-hitter of the season on
Saturday% in Crestview as' the
Lady Patriots downed the Lady
Bulldogs 1-0.
The only problem for the
entire game \\as the first inning
%where Pace committed three of
its four errors, but Cole worked
her way out of the jam.
Pace 19-2. 3-1 in District 1-
5Ai scored-the only-run of-the
gihme.iathe,fourth inning when
Kalt Neal led off the 'inning
aith a triple and %would later
score %when Kirstyn Joiner
grounded out to the first base-
man.
Cole improved to 5-2 on the
.ear as she struck out 17 bat-
ters.
On Friday\ Pace got another
huge win when the\ defeated
Tate 9-2 in Gonzalez
Katy Neal cruised to icto-
rv as the LadN Patriots offense
gave her a 3-0 lead before the
Aggies stepped to the plate.
Pace would add six more
runs in the sixth inning and lead
9-0t before Tate could e\en
score.
Neal struck out 11 and
\walked one as she impro ed to
4-1 on the season.
At the plate Baile\ Do\wdle
v.ent 4-for-4, Kahn L.isseter
went 2-for-5 w% ith an RBI. w\ while
Cole \went l-for-5 with a triple
and three RBI',,.
In other softball action:
Mlilton is abo e .500 for the
first time since the opening
amine of the season.
On Frida\ the Lad\
Panthers improved to 7-6 % hen
the\ defeated \\oodham 7-4.
Woodham took and earl\ 3-
0 lead in the top of the first, but


Face's Chris Sorce rounds third and is waved on home in Friday's District 5-1A game against Ft. Walton Beach. The Patriots defeated the
Vikings 3-1 as they improved to 4-2 on the season.
Press Gazette photo by Bill Gamblin


the Lad\ Panthers ;would tie the
game in the bottom of the
fourth.
Each team would add a run
in the fifth before Milton would
explode for three runs in the
bottliom of the sixth.
"Norimallh w e hai e that one
bad inning." said Milion head
coach Ron O'Quinn. '\"We are
out hitting rnost of our oppo-


nents.
"We just have that one
inning that seems to put us
behind to where we cannot
come back."
CrNstal Benge struck out
seen as she improved to 7-6 on
the season.
CrNstal Clark went 3-for-4
at the plate %while Jessica
Rushing and Heather Green


'went 2-for-4.
In baseball Pace has found
their second starter in Caleb
GmndJ.
The left-handed reliever
turned in a guis\ se\en-inning
performance Frida\ as the
Patriots defeated Ft. Walton
Beach 3-1
Gindl struck out 10 and
walked six in only his second


career start at Pace.
"I wasn't use to that," said
Gmndl after the game. "In the
later innings the defense came
up to me and told me the\ had
my back.
""When the defense gets
behind lou it is a lot easier to
throw strikes."
The Patriots took an earl%
See. PREPS. Pg. 'B


The NJROTC Cadets of Milton High School were presented the overall champion trophy for their per-
formance in the 2006 IRON CADET competition held at NAS Whiting Field. Milton Principal Lewis
Lynn, Chief Ryan Nichols, Cadet Nathan Waller, Major William Valerioti, and Milton Assistant
Principal Danny Rutherford celebrate the success of the NJROTC unit at Milton High School as this
and otehr trophies were presented.
Press Gazette photo by Bill Gamblin


Press Gazette Stal' Report
The Milton High School
Track team and the Cit 'of
NMiltin will hate the second
annual Scratch Ankle 5K
Run.Walk on March 25.
Thi'. N ear's e'ent, set to
begin at S a.m.. w ill once again
,tart and finish at the Nilton
ComnnunitN Center.
Last year o'er 300 rnmner'
:iiid w.alkers participated in this,
ecint and organizeis. expect ian
eieni larger turnout.
To register for this ear's
race will cost a participant $!5
until March 22
Late registration will begin
on March 23 through race day
and will cost each participant
$20.
Rtnners and walkers can
pick up their race packet, which,


414


v,.ill include an exclus.i el.
designed T-.,hirt. March 23 and
24 at the Nilton High School
Main Office or on race day at
the Milton Community Center.
For more information on
this event you canL contact the
Milton High School Athletic
Office at 983-5600.


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Willing to admit mistake


By BILL GAMNBLIN
PG Sports Editor
The best game plans don't
always work.
If you don't believe me just
ask an\ coach vho lost that
final game of the season for the
title.
Well as I take this time to
S say I am sorr we will not be
having an NCAA Basketball
Bracket contest as planned I am
going to take a couple of spring
S sw ings to see if I can still hit the
long ball in spring training.
Florida State finished the
season %with a respectable 19-9
and beat the No. I seeded Blue
Devils in the Atlanta bracket
once and lost another to Duke at
Cameron Indoor on a contro-
ersial call.
But in the e\es of the selec-
tion committee to make the
S field of 65 you needed 20 \wins.
Only eight teams out of the
entire field had fewer than 20
vs ins.
Southern i 19-121, Alabama
I17-12.), Indiana 1 18-11 1.
S Seaton Hall 118-11)i.
S Monmouth (18-14). Hampton
u 16-15i, Arizona 0l9-12). and
Wisconsin 19-111 were below
the 20 win mark as some of
these teams only got the chance
b vw inning an automatic berth.
Much to the chagrin of
S those supporting Alabama and
Indiana one of \ou should be
sitting at home and watching
Florida State play in the tourna-
ment.
SMy choice to sit at home is
Indiana.
,Mike Da\ is got the sympa-
th\ \ote from the committee
because he \ ill be unemployed
before the Hoosiers leave Salt
Lake City
. 1 I will gike Mike and the
Hoosiers a chance against San
Diego St., but not much of one
and if you do win remember
those dogs at Gonzaga do bite
and bite hard.
Monmouth and Hampton is
a game I \\ill lose sleep o\ er to
w watch
I don't think an\ confer-
ence champion deserves a bid
j to the tournament if theN
entered the tournament \with a


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losing record.
But this is a tournament that
loes to find a Cinderella for the
ball this April in Indianapolis.
The closest you will get to
find a Cinderella and her leather
Chuck Taylor will a colored to
match the LSU Tigers uniform.
The Bengal Tigers should
ha`e the tools necessary to feast
on the Blue Devils who think
they %w ill march through Atlanta
like General Sherman.
Not so fast because the
Devils ,will have trouble with
Baby. Big Baby Davis will
show Duke what the SEC
learned the hard w ay.
Gonzaga will have their
best shot ever to make it to the
final four this season as the
Oakland Bracket seems to be
top hea N and opening the door
for the Bulldogs.
In Minneapolis you can
watch three teams vie for the
chance to play in Indianapolis.
Villanova is the No. I seed,
but Boston College is lurking in
the shadows and the bite from"
the bottom half of the bracket
w ill originate from Gainesville.
I would expect an exciting
final in this region between
Boston College and Florida.
Washington, D.C. could
become very taxing with its
. bracket led by Connecticut in
the top seed and the big orange
of Tennessee lurking below.
I might be a little too loyal
to a coach I respect. but I think
Bruce Pearl can get the
Volunteers to the final eight
%where the Vols could empty
their muskets into a pack of
Huskies.


So the big question no%% is
w horn do I think %w ill make the
final four:
LSU will defeat Duke in the
Atlanta Bracket.
Gonzaga v ill dispose of
Memphis in Oakland.
Florida %%ill ground the
Golden Eagles.
And Connecticut %vill bare-
ly escape the electric orange
from Tennessee.
I might have been back in
the pressroom a little too much
lately, but 1 think the SEC %%ill
show that despite a dow n sea-
son they hae the metal to \win it
all, as Florida %t ill face LSU in
Indianapolis.
And the winner \%ill be
singing the Gator Lullaby to
Big Baby Da% is.
Bills Donolan %%ill lead
Florida to the national title and
follow in the footsteps of his
college coach and mentor Rick
Pitino.
Despite what some consid-
er a young team, Donovan has
they buying into the offense I
remember when the Wildcats
claimed their crown and
Donovan was an assistant coach
at UK.
The biggest casually to
come from this year's tourna-
ment will most likely be the
same Wildcat group.
Despite their long heritage
and history at the tournament.
Tubby Smith's recruiting dr
lack their of %will finally\ force
him to take that pro coaching
job because a loss to Alabama-
Birmingham could force the Li-
Haul to be backed up to his
door before he returns from
Philly.
The two biggest upsets I am
expecting to see in the first
round of the tournament will be
Texas A&M ending the run of
the Orangemen and George
Mason up ending Michigan
State.
Good luck in your brackets
and maybe next year we will
have everything worked out so
we can have our contest again.

Siory written by'
Bill Gamblhn. Reach him
at sports@'stpressgazette.com


Pelicans are returning to Milton

The Pensacola Pelicans will be
returning to Gospel Projects
for their Future Pelicans Clinic
on March 25. The Future
Pelicans Clinic will run from 10
Sa.m. to noon and is open to
children ages 7 and older.
Registration for each clinic
gets underway at 8:30 a.m. and
.l is free.
Each clinic will feature profes-
sional baseball instruction
from Pelicans staff, players and
coaches including "T"
Nunnari, Bubba Dobson,
David Angeron, Pete Della
Ratta, Shane Gierke, and
George Hernandez. All clinics
are free and participants are
..not required to be a member
S' of the league where the clinic
.. is being held to attend.
All participants will receive a
free T-shirt and membership
*, ', into the Pelicans Kid's Club. All
Kid's Club members wearing
their T-shirt will receive free
entry to each Pelicans 2006
Sunday games at Pelican Park.
l ,'For more information or direc-
tions to the clinic locations,
-- call the Pelicans office at 934-
8444.


Break


Continued From Page One shake it up. forth." said How ell. "In one porary.
squad u ith just twxo wins so far "I have been talking to my game we got three hits and "We might have to look at
this season, the chance might be old high school coach who scored a run. starting the youngerr players and
lust what head coach Brian coaches at Wallace State "But for the rest of the then see what happens down the
How ell and his staff need. Community College and we game we only manage two hits road." said Howell. "I am sure it
"Mla\be a change on our %were able to work things out." off the same pitcher." is tough on a senior not to start.
schedule is what we need." said Milton is looking for that With a shake-up occurmng but on the coaching side of it I
Hovwell. "Right not [the pro- spark to get the offense hitting before the Gulf Breeze game it can't let this continue."
gram is not going in the right inr a consistent matter. is unknown at this time if it is a For the Lads Panthers soft-
direction and we just need to "\\e seem to go back and permanent change or just tem- ball program the Tallahassee


Lincoln Tournament could not
have come at a better time.
Their opening game on
Friday % w ill be against
Hernando High School at 9
a.m. followed by a 1 p.m. game
against Tallahassee Lincoln.
"As a team we are pretty.
close." said Milton head coach
Ron O'Quinn. "I think the key


for us is the time to plav togeth-
er and work as a unit.
"We are youngg and are
going to take our lumps, but %\we
are playing hard as a team and
that is all I can ask for."
So far since the start of the
season Milton has been operat-
ing under the motto. "-It is time
to step our 2ame up.


Preps


C ounuintmd Fronm Page One
1-0 lead but the Vikinrs had
other thoughts as theN tie the
score in the top of the second
But Pace %%,as not going to
be denied their fourth w\ in of the
season against two losses.
'which is also their District 1-5A
record, as they answered with a
run in the bottom of the third.,
The .score remained 2-1
until the bottom of the sixth
when sacrificed a run home to
make it 3-1.
"Coach Warner told me to
just put it in play," said Gindl.
"So I choked up on the bat and
poked at it."
For Warner, the win. was
huge as the start of the Patriots
season has been six district con-
tests.
"Our spring break trip will
be a nice little break," said
Pace Coach Charlie Warner.
"We will get to play someone
other than a district opponent."
And what about the effort
of Gindl on the mound?
"We wanted to see what he


could do," said Warner. "We
.know Caleb, is good for six,
three,. or one out if you need it.
"But tonight he wasn't that
sharp. but the key was he found
:a wa\ to win."
Over, two weeks ago
Milton .couldn't buy a hit
against Gulf Breeze, but on.
Friday not only got a hit, but
also score three tuns in a 6-3
defeat.,
The Panthers fell behind 3-
0 early on, but would tie the
game in the top of the third and
it would remain that way until
the bottom of the fourth.
That is when starter Caleb
Stewart was touched for three
runs to make it a 6-3 contest.
Dustin Land went 1-for-3
with a double for the Panthers,
who shook up their roster prior
to the game.
"We have a couple of
injuries and things are not
going in the right direction,":
said Milton head coach Brian;
Howell. "So we shook things;
up to see what would happen.",


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Monday Night Mixed
Oops Alley
March 6, 2006


High Game Women: Christy
Jordan 191
High Game Men: Tony Pettry -
280
High Game Team: Damn 10 Pin
- 834
High Series Women: Sukhui
Blocker 494
High Series Men: Glenn Lowe -


748
High Series Team: Damn 10 Pin
2374
League Standings: 'Team 11, 2
Drunks-and 2 Sobers, is holding
first place in the league with 19,
wins.
Other Notes: Tony Pettry has
been on a roll of late iwth a 691:
set and a 280 game. Glenn Lowe
shot the only 700 series with
games of 267, 226, and 255 for a
748 series.


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Must be mature, dependable and will to work


hard,. Please cll 554.2567 to schedule in


interview, Serious inquires only,


Tne Santa Rosa Press Gazette will soon have an opening in
the posi-press department. This position involves insening the
sections ot mIe paper Together and placing ad circulars into
Those sections.
This part-time joo is a good opporiuniry lor extra cash lor
these who just need a line spending money or some weekend
mad money
Hours vary oui are normally Tuesdays and Fridays from 10
a m unlil 6 p m
It you're ine type ol person inal others enjoy being around. ii
you can lake a o00 and make it enloyaole, ii you understand
the importance of a newspaper making .1 to people's homes
on lime...men this 0Ir may ie lur you and you may |usi De the
person we're looking for
The Press Gazene is a drug-free workplace and an equal
opporluniry employment. Drop by Monday through Friday 8
a m to 5 p.m to10 Iil ou an application Call 623-2120 for more
details.


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An Aerospace Company Located In The Commerce
& Technology Park In Fort Walton Beach Has
Openings For The Following Positions:

WELDERS

DETAILERS / SHEET METAL WORKERS

ENTRY LEVEL MECHANICAL
INSPECTOR

MAINTENANCE MECHANIC HELPER
(See All Job Descriptions in Classifieds)

Clean, Air-Conditioned & Heated Working Environment
Exellnt benefits: Medical, Dental, Vision. Life
Insurance, 401K Plan, Vacation & Holidays
Pay commensurate with experience

All applicants must complete a
Chromalloy Florida application at:
Chromalloy Florida
630 Anchors St. NW
Fort Walton Beach, FL 32548

EOE M/F/D/V Drug & Alcohol Free Workplace


AUCTION-LUXURY
SKI Condominiums,
Steamboal Grand
Resort Holel & Con-
dominiums, Steam-
boat Springs. Colo-
rado. March 18.
2006, at 10AM. Dai-
ly previews.
www.Steam-
boatGrandAuciion c
om. David L Harley.
broker
Lic.#ER40030654.
AUCTION, 469+/-
acres. divided 2
prime farms, partial-
ly irrigated Sylvania,
GA, Saturday.
March 25, 10-00
a.m. Rowell Auc-
tions, Inc.
(800)323-8388
10.%BP, GAL AU-
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'hw rov llsauiion' : co,
ESTATE AUCTION,
21+./- acres, 2
homes plus personal
property James M.
Wise estate Friday,
March 24, 2 pm.
Rowell Auctions,
Inc. (800)323-8388
1 0%BP. GAL AU-
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AUCTION
March' 18:
10:00 a.m.
The Cedar
Chest, LLC
4263 Highway
90, Pace
Taking
Consignments
200o
Consignor's
Premium
50 Buyer's
Premium Doc
Hall,
Auctioneer
License AU
1497 & AB
1398
FREE
HOT DOG'S
Don't Miss
This One!


Team Santa Rosa EDC
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
position description
and how to apply.


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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


JHS ALUMINUM
STRUCTORS, LLC NEW
COMPANY NEEDS
EXPERIENCED
SUBCONTRACTORS FOR
POOL ENCLOSURES,
FLORIDA ROOMS,
PATIO COVERS & STORM
SHUTTERS FOR SANTA
ROSA COUNTY MUST
HAVE OWN TOOLS!
(850) 529-6100


CHILDLESS
MARRIED
COUPLE
In our 30's has
loving home for
your baby. Full-
lime mom
/devoted dad
2 sweet dogs.
Expenses paid.
Amy/Dave
(800) 227-0373
Acess Code 00


102
Drivers
$ DRIVERS NEED-
ED Great pay &
benefit package -
CDL-A requi
red.Minimum age
21 yrs. Students
welcome! CY
PRESS TRUCK-
LINE Call:
(877) 467-5663
NOW HIRING
No CDL required.
Truck driver with
tractor trailer and
forklift experience
a must. 623-5385.


102
Drivers
AMERICA'S DRIV-
ING ACADEMY
Start your driving ca-
reer! Offering cours-
es in CDL A & B.
One tuilion feel
Many payment op-
lions1 No regislraton
lee' 88881 808-5947
info,'amenrcasdr
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DRIVER- NOW HIR-
ING QUALIFIED
DRIVERS or Cen-
tral Florida Local &
National OTR posi-
tions. Food grade
lanker, no hazmal,
no pumps, great
benefits, compelitwe
pay & new equip-
ment. Need 2 years
experience. Call By-
num Transport for
your opportunity to-
day. 1800)741-7950.
DRIVERS CDL A.
Special Orienlalion
Pay for Experienced
Drivers! Home
Weekends! Great
Pay & Beneitsl Paid
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Grads' Cypress
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ends Super Benefits
package Start up
too
$37 with a $2,500
sign on Bonus eoe
Class A
800-444-6042
DRIVERS- FLAT-
BED. Reefer &
OTR. Recent Aver-
age $1.27-1.47 per
mile. No Experi-
ence" On the Road
Training Available.
1800i771-6318
www prmeinc.com.

SPECIAL ORIEN-
TATION pay for
Experienced
Drivers! Home
Weekends! Great
Pay & Bene-
lits! Paid Training
for School Grads!
Cypress Truck
Lines, Inc.
www.cypresstruck
.cor
(888)808-5846.


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$1.00 OFF FOR
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$5.00

up to 20 words
.25 PER WORD
OVER 20
PRE-PAYMENT
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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-
J cated at: 300 Hwy.
95A, Cantoment, FL
across from IP pa-
per mill or call 968-
1702
EXPERIENCED
DUMP Truck Divers
needde. Local area
Call- 623-6611
IF YOU Can Drive,
You Can Buy' No
Credit? No Problem!
New Lease Pur-
chase Program.
Owner Operators
needed lor 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,
competitive pay &
new equipment.
Need 2 years
experience.
Call Bynum
Transport for your
opportunity today
Call:(800) 741-7950
TRACTOR TRAILER
DRIVING
INSTRUCTORS
Nationwide truck
driver training group
seeks part-time in-
structors for its Mil-
ton facility. Verifiable
driving skills, HS
diploma or GED &
good communica-
tions skills required.
No overnight travel
10-20 hrs per week
$18/hr. Call Ralph
at- 1-800-363-7364
or tax work history to
(478) 994-0946
104
General Help
"NOW HIRING
S' 2006" AVERAGE
'. POSTAL EMPLOY-
* EE EARNS
: $57,000/YR Mini-
u- mum Starting Pay
$18.00/hr.
S Benefils/Paid Train-
ing and Vacations
No Experience
Needed (800)584-.
1775 Ref #5600.

ADVERTISING
COMPANY NEEDS
Sales Reps. &/or
L Sales Managers for
Restaurant placed
display ads. Up to
50%o commission,
car & cell phone al-
lowance. Telemar-
keting appoints pro-
Svided.
(800)752-4309
- BOB'S CANOE
RENTAL
is accepting
applications for
summer jobs.
Call 623-5457.
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


104


15 DAY LOCAL
CDL TRAINING
SFull rn a Pan T.T.. cla sCe
Mdal,, oamir. r.r..n. ore ,.,1
TiJIT.. ,n i in,:. i quai llh
For over 29 years-
we've been training
America's Truckers!
CALL TODAY!
Truck Driver Institute
5750 Milton Road ,
Milton, FL
800-709-7364
CLEANING PER-
SON needed. Seri-
ous long term em-
ployment applicants
only. Must be relia-
ble. dependable. &
have own car. Call
994-1785
COOK NEEDED for
Bayou Cafe.
Monday-Friday
Call 994-9232
EARN UP to $550
WEEKLY Working
through the govern-
ment. PT No Experi-
ence. Call Today"!
(800)488-2921 Ask
for Department i
EMPLOYEES
WANTED
4-40 hrs. per week
to make a difference
in the lives of disa-
bled individuals.
Flexible day,
evening & weekend
hrs. Must have relia-
ble Iransportation &
1 yr exp. in child
care, home health
teaching assl. &
pass federal back-
ground check. To
apply call: 458-3829
FOREMEN To Lead
Utility Contract
Field Crews -
-Outdoor physical
work -
-Many entry-level
positions
-Paid training
$14/hr + bonuses
after promotion
-Living allowance
when Iraveling
-Company truck and
good benefits
Must have strong
leadership skills, a
good driving history
and be able Io travel
to Tennessee and
nearby states.
Email resume to:
Recruiter3'i
osmose corn or
fax (985i871-0605
www.OsmoseUtilit-
iesco
EOE M/F/DV.
HIRING- PANHAN-
DLE Concrele Cut-
ting, Inc. Laborers-
no experience nec-
essary. Will train.
Good pay and bene-
fits. Call 850-572-
9749.
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.
LOVING
PRESCHOOL
TEACHERS
wanted. Apply at
STender Heart
Learning Center
I atAvalon
Baptist Church.
Call for more info
or apply in
person.
626-0117
NOW HIRING Cash-
ier for Bailey's Pen-
ny Pantry 3840 Hwy
90 Pace 994-7801


104
General Help
MILTON TRUSS
Company is looking
for hard working
dependable people
to join our growing
company
Call Don 623-1967
NEED EXTRA
CASH?
The Press Gazerre
has openings for
personable, pro-
fessional individu-
als to help wti i el-
ephone sales. Im-
pressive earning
opportunities. Call
623-2120, ask for
Tracie.
NOW HIRING 2006
AVERAGE POSTAL
EMPLOYEE EARNS
$57,000/yr.


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104
General Help
SANS SOUCISFARMS
seeking Assistant
Grower/ Nursery
Worker Pay/salary inl
to experience
Knowledge of green-
nouse production
techniques valuable
Must have own
transponation, be
reliable and speak
or understand Eng-
lish Call: 623-6287
5951 Ogelsby Rd.
Milton

STYLIST
NEEDED
at Cassandra's
Designs. No
clientele needed
Call: 529-4590 or
995-8015


nimum starting TEAM SANTA Rosa
ay $18.00/hr. EDC Agribusiness
efits / paid train- Manager
Sand vacalions Team Santa Rosa is
lo experience seeking an Agnbusi-
needed ness Manager to
1800) 584-1775 represent TEAM in
its role as Santa Ro-
Ref #5600 sa County's eco-

ITER NEEDED. nomic development
ng $12 to partner for agnrust-
hr. Please call ness affairs. 30
35-4658 hr/wk, 30k/yr. some
benefits. Visil
T-TIME AT www.teamsanlaro-
ic accounting sa.com for lull posi-
in Pace. Should lion description and
i public account-' how to apply
experience. Tax WANTED HANDY-
vledge. Pay de- MAN No experience
ds on expert- necessary.
a. Send resume 626-8973
BOOKKEEPER, 108
HWY. 90, Hotel/Motel
TE H, PACE, FL & Restaurant
71 or Fax Re-
e to 995-8849 RICHARD'S OAR
PRTSo 99 9 HOUSE hiring for
PARTS AND Assistant Manager
ice Coordinator Trainee. Must have
endedd for Tom restaurant experi-
inson Camping ence. Serious
enter at our Con- inquiries only
, NC dealership. Call for appoinl-
mputer experi- menl. 626-7877
;e helpful, work
with olher em- STEVIE D'S
ees and able to REOPENING
with the public. March 31st al 3 pm'
nelits included Acceping applica-
xperienced RV lions for bartender &
Technician short order cooks
V Dealership in Pick up application
heart of Race between 10 -4
ounlry needs 5410 Hwy 90
perienced RV 110
ns Greal bene- laborr
SPay based on
p. Hourly shop. PAINTER NEEDED
ase fax resume Paying $12 -$14 hr.
7041 455-1439 Please call:
hrone calls please' 995-4658
PUBLISHER'S JHS ALUMINUM
NOTICE STRUCTORS, LLC
)n Newspapers. New company
idba The Santa needs experienced
a Press Gazette subcontractors for
The Santa Rosa pool enclosures,
Press re- Flor;da rooms,
es the right 0o patio covers & slorm
or. reclassiry. shutters for Santa
e. edit or reject Rosa County Must
advertisement have own lools'
feeling its 1850) 529-6100
dards of accept. SUN STEEL
. Submission of NOW HIRING
dvenisement Shop Personnel
, nol constitute On the lob training'
agreement to Apply in person:
sh said adver- Santa Rosa
entry. Publication Induslrial Park
advertisement (2nd building on left)
not constitute 6am-5pm
agreement lor Monday-Friday
nued publica- Excellent Benefits!
WANTED TO HIRE
IDY RIDGE Full or part lime gen-
Center. Now eral labor, welders.
g C.N.A.s carpenters & a per-
gn-on Bonus. son with mechanical
ire within 5360 skills for shop re-
er Lane, Milton, building of several,
32570. EoE semi-trailers into
i-Free Work- concert stages/mo-
e bile offices. Call
LEY MElMlORIAL (8501 983-9519
ited Methodist PLANT NURSERY -
rch is searching General nursery
r a Pianist for work, full time. Prop-
day mornings & agation experience
wednesday eve-. desired but willing to
s. This is a paid train. Part time pos-
ition. For more sible. Located in Mil-
ormation, call: ton Garcon Point
994-6213 area 983-9121.


One Good Person.

That's what we need. The Press Gazette has
an opening for a full-time front-desk
receptionist. Duties include classified ad
sales and graphic design.
Are \ ott comfortable %ith computers-'
Eager to learn? Do you like feeling as if
you're not just "holding a job." but are.
instead. an important member of a
TE.M'? Do hate a basic understanding
that the customer is alh\ al s right If \ou i
can ansPer "-es" to all of the abo e.
then Nou ma jIust be
the one good person
we re looking for.
APPLY IN PERSON TO:
Press Gazette
6629 Elsa St.
Milton. FL 32570
A Dru.-FreLe bo1r ,'e .
& an Equal Opr.nunm i.
Emrdoi er


110
Labor

CHROMALLOY
FLORIDA
An aerospace com-
pany located in the
Commerce & Teclh-
nology Park in Ft.
Walton Beach. has
openings for the fol-
lowing positions:

DETAILERS
ISheet Metal Workers i
Entry level accept-
ed Will train Ability
to use hand lools
& measuring equip-
ment as well as any
equipment required
for sheel metal work

ENTRY LEVEL
MECHANICAL
INSPECTOR
Must hold a high
school diploma at
minimum. Must have
good aptitude rela-
live iO detail. Ability
to interpret industry
specifications. use
scribes, microme-
ters, calipers & all
types of gauges.

MACHINE
OPERATORS
Quality minded indi-
viduals with experi-
ence in turning, mill-
ing, grinding & drill-
ing. CNC knowledge
an advantage.

MAINTENANCE
MECHANIC
HELPER
Duties to include
maintaining
grounds, irrigation
systems & equip-
ment. Facility paint-
ing & assisting other
mechanics. Re-
quires ihe abiliii to
operate forklills.
parking sweepers,
elevated man tins &
small gas operated
locls Past related
experience should
be noled on applica-
lion. A valid drivers
license and the abili-
ly lo work wlellow
employees is a must

WELDERS
Experienced Tig
Welders needed for
Irame case & sneet
metal lype applica-
tion. Must have abili.-
ry to use hand lools
& measuring equip-
menl as well as any
equipment required
for Tig Welding

Clean., air-condi-
tioned/healed work-
ing environment.
Excellent benefits
Medical, denial, vi-
sion, lile insurance,
401K plan, vacation.
holidays. Pay com-
mensurate wiexp
EOE M/F.'DiV
Drug & alcohol free
workplace. All appli-
cants must complete
a Chromalloy Florida
application. Applica-


110
Labor
Tions available ai
Chromalloy Florida.
630 Anchors Sl.NW
Ft. Walton Beach,
FL 32548


PLACE

YOUR

AD

HERE


116
Office Work
PHYSICAL
THERAPY CLINIC
lull lime front desk
receptionist. Person-
able & organized.
Must have experi-
ence. Contact.
Denise Hussmann
at. 476-4774

118
Part Time


WOODBINE
BAPTIST CHURCH
accepting applica-
tions for part-ime
Music Minister.
Please send
resume to:
4912 Wooobine
Rd., Pace, FL
32571 or call
994-6169
tor more into


124
Sales &
Telemarketing

LIBERTY
NATIONAL
Life Insurance Co
Is expanding its
operation and is
looking for people
to fill insurance
sales & service
positions. Average
annual earnings
$48.554 Fringe
benelil package-
2 retirement lunds,
health insurance.
paid vacation.
convention trips &
many others.
No experience
necessary. We
have on the lob
training. Conlact
Don Wiggins at-
983-7576 or
Fax
resume to:
850-682-1523
Liberty National
is an EOE
,-, ..: :....

REACH FOR
THE STARS
Claim your $2.000
signing.bonus and
elevate the quality ot
lie o01 everyone you
see! Here are the
top "10' reasons
why our sales reps
love us:

10. Company Paid
Healir Berefais
9. Weekly Pay
8. No Sl*w Seasons
7. Management Oppor-
iunii.ec
6. Inaiihor. Prool Prod-
uct
5. Recognrzed House-
hold tlarne
4. 2-3 Pre-Sei Qualrv
Appis. Daily
3. Iniereiled Hot Pros
pac is
2. High 3 S 50 per


SANTA ROSA COUNTY

HUMAN RESOURCES

EM IPLOYMIENT ANNOUNCEMENT
. T r. 4.. ;.. .' ,s t 0 r 1 f 1. : t .- i t I I '-.r r T 1 i i : -' ; '. .. I .-' .
ATTENTION: The information 2L\en on sour applica-
tion will be e\alujted against the minimum qualificauons
of the job description. All upplekniental quL u..nsr rniui
be completed, as ell j-. iiiittinc.lirL, related work experi-,
ence, training and cdiiucL.tiin iihm "ui. ,ipplicarii:n.
After all applications are evaluated. your name will be
placed on the employ) ment list and sent to appropriate hir-
ing authority for consideration. Completed job descrip-
tions/supplemental questions can be viewed at www.san-
tarosa.fl.gov or obtained from the Human Resources
office.
Other than this announcement, no
further notification will be sent.

Library ,Coordinator (3310)
Range: 26 $ 37,403.81 $ 41,286.79 DOQ
**Open Until Filled**

Library Technical Services Assistant (3309)
Range: 20 $ 27, 811.83 $ 30,699.05 DOQ
**Open Until Filled**

Zoning Administrator (6041)
Range: 21 $ 29,219.80 $ 32,253.19 DOQ
**Open Until Filled**

Library Manager (3303)
Range: 28 $ 41,286.79 $ 45,572.90 DOQ
**Open Until Filled**

Planner I (6037)
Range: 23 $ 32,253.19 $ 35,601.49 DOQ
**Open Until Filled**

Data Entry Operator (4404)
Range: .9 $ 9.01 per hour
**03/13/06 03/20/06**


124
Sales &
Telemarketing
CCoplieied Presenia-
liori 1 1 y0 Da\ c
1. $2 CjOi Signing Bo-
nus

Here's $243,864.41
in 50 weekly com-
mission checks paid
to our high earners
in "2005":


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gram details Call
Catherine McFar-
land at:
(888)563-3188

PLACE YOUR
AD HERE




END DATE baby
formula, Bush & Del
Monte canned good
4/$1 + lots more.
J&B Rowland
Grocery -6413 Re-
nee Circle, Milton
Sat 3,4& Sun 3'5
8 am 8 pm


310
Business
Opportunities
#1 CORPORATE
Sports Apparel
Franchise Full
Training and Sup-
port. No Exp. Need-
ed Financing avail.
Call 18001727-6720.
vwwv EmoroidMe .-'m
BRAND NAME So-
da/Candy Route
Earn BIG $$ $0
down financing
(800)367-6709
x3177 (24i7i
BO#2510
INTERNATIONAL
INVESTMENT bank-
ing lirm has middle
market business for
sale. If interested in
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business, call
1877121 7-8231
VENDING
ROUTE:
Snack. Soda.
Juice,
Water All Brands
Great Equipment
& Support. Full
Line. Financing
Available
w/$7,500 Down
1877)843-8726
(BO#2002-037)
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AL CONTRACTS'
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REGISTRATION
STARTER KIT
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those positions that require testing as indicated in the
minimum requirements. All applications, supporting
documents and supplemental questions must be received
on or before Monday, March 6, 2006 at 4:30pm in order
to schedule testing.
The APPLICANT must contact Human Resources on or
before March 20, 2006 at 4:30 pm to receive a testing
time for the testing date mentioned above. Testing will
not be assigned after March 20, 2006 at 4:30pm.

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documents are not in by the close date, your applica-
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effort to further assist applicants, we offer the ease of
applying online at www.santarosa.fl.gov. Complete job
descriptions and applications are also available at the
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Renovations. Decks.
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Evictions, Move-
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Cleaning. Pressure
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Tree work. & Etc.
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works. Licensed and
insured. Bush-hog-
ging Discing. Front-
end loading. Debris
removal. Dan Fran-
cisco, owner Cell
1850) 529-8718
Home 18501 623-
8697
DAY BY Day Quality
Fencing. Competi-
tive pricing lor all of
your fencing needs.
Locally licensed.
owned and operalt-
ed. We look forward
to your call. New
fencing or repairs.
Call 850-529-3546.
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We Furnish Sup-
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Established 1977.
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Clearing Backhoe
Work Licensed and
Insured. Bryen Bal-
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or (8501232-1581.
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ING AND TREE
SERVICES
Free estimates.
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weeding, trimming,
new beds, old beds
redone, clean ups
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CARPENTRY,
painter, plumber,
and lawn care.
Free Estimates.
reasonable rates
623-8271


J&L
PRESSURE
CLEANING
983-3428



J&L FENCE
COMPANY
983-3428



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IMPROVEMENT
983-3428

JOINER DUMP
truck and tractor.
Bobcat and tractor
work. Driveways,
culvens, light land
cleaning. Site prep
and clean up. Fill
dirt, brown dirt and
limerock hauling.
Michael Porter
18500983-9888.
Tony Joiner
18501 554-3460
LAND CLEARING &
DOZER/TRACTOR
WORK Specializing
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eling, rool raking.
bushogging & disk-
ing. Equipment and
material transpon
available By ihe lob
or hour Call Billy
Rogers for estimates
957-4952 or 261-
8407
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pair. Paini, drywall,
trim & iile. Fence re-
pair & installation
10 years experi-
ence. Coniact Paul
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9767
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1850) 626-6944.
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Business Services
MOBILE HOME
Brokers. Major and
minor repairs. Re-
roof, patio covers.
screen rooms, level-
ing, locally owned
operated Free esti-
males 100-'. Fi-
nancing WAC. Call
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patchwork
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patios, driveways
& sidewalks)
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base & case, in-
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owned business,
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Double $695.
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Mowing, edging,
sodding, bush
trimming &
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Apartments
2 BR APT furnished
UIilliies furnished
telectriciry, waler &
trashi Orily$750'mo
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2 BR/1BA duplex in
Milton. $500/mo +
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377-6787
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RENT 1BR w/off
street parking in
downtown Hisiorinc
Millon. Ouiet, clean,
lenced yard Long
lerm lease required.
$500/mo Pels OK
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APT. FOR RENT
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w/stove, fridge, in-
side laundry, nice
yard & new ceramic
tile. Non smoker
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Hampton 2 1525
Gemini 2 1579
Inglewood 2 1586
Ambassador 2 I610
York 2 1622
Oxford 2 1713
Lexington 2 1812
Lexington 4 BR 2 1812
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Flectwood 2 1949
Kingston (Signature Series) 2 2129
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Commercial
COMMERCIAL
PROPERTY Down-
town Historic Milton
Call for into 983-
7807
NEWLY REMOD-
ELED Onice 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.
OFFICE SPACE for
lease in Pace
Woodbine Rd.
Cornerstone
Professional Olice
space 1250 sq. n.
Call 994-8784 lor
more info or view
property at
rrsnusers comr
leasedrenlals
Owner/ageni
406
Homes
3BED/2BA 1 year
old unfurnished
house. Siove, refrig-
eralor. dishwasher &
garage. Genesis
Park Subdivision.
[-Jo pets. no HUD
Credit check
$925 mo 1 $975 dep.
748-3046
CONVENIENT TO
Whiting, New. 1715
SF 3.2 2 car garage
Dull in 2005 $1175
plus deposit. TMGR
Properly Manag-
ment. 572-1258
FOR RENT
2BR'1BA Duplex
5873 Byrom St
Milton $400/mo

2BR '1BA Home
2850 Myree Lane
Pace $800,mo

.3BR.'2BA Watertroni
home 5084 San
Miguel $1800imo..

SANTA ROSA
REALTY
623-0077
FOR RENT
3BR/2BA,
Completely remod-
eled. New carpet'
paint / ceramic lite
S850/month + $850
deposit Call
982-2127 or
623-0296
FOR RENT Brand
new brick home inh
Million. 1330 sq Ift
wv2 car garage on
1/3 acre. $1050/mo.
No dogs allowed!,
Call: (850) 384-9405
HOME FOR RENT
PENSACOLA
Modern 3BR/2BA,
S1744sq ft home.
Ceramic tile, wood
floors, oversized
2 car garage &
above ground pool.
Great area! Near
hospitals, colleges &
mall. $1250/mo
Call Barbara at:
377-6787
HOME FOR RENT
Quiet, clean off
street parking
3BR/2BA, screened
porch, fenced back-
yard, Downtown His-
toric Milton Long
term lease required.
$1200/mo plus utilit-
ies Call: (850) 983-
7807 Pets OK!
HOUSES FOR
RENT in Milton &
Pace 3BR/2BA


double car garage
& fenced yard
$925/mo. $700dep.
Call 981-0495
NEW HOUSE FOR
RENT Milton near
1-10 1925 sq ft
4BR/2BA, 2 car ga-
rage $1100/mo.+de-
posit Call: 243-3236
PACE BRICK
4BR/2BA completely
renovated $99,900
Call lichard at:
(850) 712-5983 or
994-1989 or
995-5936


408
Land

LAND FOR SALE
Refer to
Classilication
S #510

410
Mobile Homes
2 TO 3 bedroom
rentals. Jay, Milton
and Pace $400 to
$650 per month.
Call 994-5703. leave
message.
CLEAN 3BR/2BA
Mobile home on 1
acre. Washer/dryer,
dishwasher. 2
porches, storage
shed, lenced-in play
yard. 15 min from
back gate ol
Whiling Field.
Available April 1st
$550/mo reni &
$450/dep
Call: 957-1001
FOR RENT 2 bed 1
bath. East Gale Mo-
bile Home Ranch
Call 626-8973
MOBILE HOME
SITE lor lease 4-
acres, has utilities
Off Hwy. 87 S. Call:
(8501 932-3434
NICE PACE
MOBILE HOME
lor reni 1 BR,
furnisried w'micro-
wave. $350/mo t
$300.'dep. No pets.
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 relrigera-
tor. No pets, no
company allowed.
Deposit. 449-4070
414
Roommates
Wanted
ROOMMATE
WANTED
Prefer female 40 or
over Private room,
private bath,
kitchen, laundry privi-
leges Call:
18501 206-8999


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Homes
20X30 SHOP on 2
acres with 2BR/2BA
home $139,900
Call LYNDA DAY
w!Century 21
DanlevRealty, Inc
850-293-5339
2712 SQFT Oak
Meadows $269.900
4br93ba built 1999
,all LYNDA DAY
w/Cenlury 21
Danley Realty Inc
850-293-5339
2BR/2BA
EXCELLENT condi-
lion wilh deep waler
dock. Blackwaier
Bay.very secluded &
quiet neighborhood.
$995/mo. $500/dep.
994-0667
3 OR 4 BR/2BA,
1900 sq.ft. ranch
style home off of
Willard Norris for
sale. $135,000
Corner lot & great
neighborhood!
Call: (850) 937-0475
3BR/2BA HOME
with 1,575 sq.ft.&
1500,sq. ft.workshop
$189;900 Owner
finance $10,000
down,7%, 30 yrs.
Approx. $1,190.89
P&I a month. Call
Linda: 983-3062
3BR/3BA + OFFICE
Brand New Home
All brick $269,900
Call LYNDA DAY
w/Century 21
Danley Realty, Inc
(850) 293-5339
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.
PACE
STONEBROOK
on golf course
5BR/5 1/2 BA
Over 4,000 sq ft
Many features!
Completely renovat-
ed! $499,900
Call Richard at:
(850) 712-5983
or 994-1989 or
995-5936


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3 ACRES FOR
SALE North of
Milton. Zoned RR1
$75,000 Property
can be subdivided
into two parcels
J- Call: 623-8448
50 ACRES
North Millon
Creek crosses prop.
erry $750,000 Call
LYNDA DAY
w'Ceniurv 21
Danley Realty, Inc
1850i 293-5339
EASTERN TENNES-
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MOUNTAIN
HOMESITES
Gated lakeside
community
1 to 5 acre wooded
and lake view sites
-from the $40's
Planned amenities
SMinutes from
Chananooga
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(866) 292-5769
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LAND FOR RENT
Refer to
Classification
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LARGE MOUNTAIN
Land Bargains
High elevation
Adjoins pristine
stale forest. 20 +
acres to 350 acres
Sweeping mountain
views & streams
S www livenwv corn

OCALA/ORLANDO
FLORIDA AREA
$15,000 Discount'
1.7-21 acres from
$149,900. Rolling
hills, views, trails
Only 2 miles from
1-75. Discount ends
2/28 Broker/Owner
Call- 13521 330-0022




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NW of NAS Whit-
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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 x70
2 BR/2BA Must be,
moved (seller will
pay to move) Call:
206-6810


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mobile home? I
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VA also available
Dorothy Rogers
Eastgate Mobile
Home Park
626-8973

SECLUDED 6
ACRES NE of
Milbon 10 minutes
Irom Blackwaier
Stale Park
Two 1999 Palm
Harbor modular
homes. 3BR/ 2BA,
front/back porch
on both. shop.
storage, lully
stocked fish pond.
4 acres lenced
pasture beautliul
family homesite.
Must sell for
medical reasons
$300.000 tor all
Call
18501 957-8784 or
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556
Home's
ADULT COMMUNI-
TIES and Other
Properties For Sale
Ocala / Marion
County Team Real
Estate ot Ocala. Inc
Reallor Multiple
Listing Service
18881391-6658.
LOG HOME Auclion
Tallahassee, FL -
March 111n Tampa,
FL March 12th. 26
New Log Home
Packages offered.
One absolute to
highest bidder!
Package includes
sub-loor. logs, win-
dows. doors, raters.
rolling Daniel
Boone Log Homes
(800)766-9474.
MURPHY, NORTH
CAROLINA
AHH COOL
S02512355UMERS
MILD WINJTERSI
j, Affordable homes &
mountain cabins
CALL FOR FREE
BROCHURE:
(877) 837-2288
EXIT REALTY
MOUNTAIN VIEW
PROPERTIES
www.exitmurphy corn
ST. PETERSBURG
CONDOS Resident
Owned, 55+, No
Rentals or Pets,
Many
Activities/Amenities.,
1 Bedroom from
$65.900; 2 Bedroom
from $89,900. Call
Elaine King, Pan-
ache Realty,
(727)525-9018,
(727)321-5028.


556
Homes

OPEN HOUSE
THOROUGHBRED
HORSE FARM ES-
TATE LIQUIDA-
TIONI Saturday
March 11ih 9am-
3pm 67 acres -
$689,000. Historic
stone home, huge
barns, indoor riding
arena, acres & acres
of quality lenced
pasture w/more
avail' Awesome
views, gorgeous set-
ting on quiet country
lane near State For-
est & more riding
opportunities! Less
than 3 1/2 hrs NY
City! Call (877)909-
5263 NOW or go to
http'//horsefarm.uo-
statenyland.com for
photos & directions!
Brokers welcome.
Hillard C Lathan

558
Investments
DESTIN, FLORIDA
Direiliv on he Water
NEW Boutique Hotel
Harbor Beach. Pool
Steps to Finest Res-
lauranis. Minutes to
Gulf, Goll, Shop-
ping. Introductory
Rate. www.innon-
destinharbor corn
(8001 874-0470
NORTH CAROLINA
Cool Mountain Air,
Views & Streams.
Homes. Cabins &
Acreage
FREE BROCHURE
(800) 642-5333.
Realty Of Murphy
317 Peachtree St.
Murphy, N.C. 28906.
'*w.v i r Ol; ulmry r.r-.m
WE BUY
HOUSES FAST!
NO EQUITY?
NO PROBLEM
Call Toll Free
24 Hrs.
1-877-7BUY-FAST
i*w 877,7ouyiasr corn

560
Land
ASHEVILLE, NC
AREA HOMESITES
Own a private
mountain retreat
-Galed riverfront
community
-Stunning mountain
views
-1 to 8 acres from
the $60s
-4-season climate
Call (866) 292-5762.
Bear River Lodge
E TENNESSEE
Lake Properties
Homes from
$200,000 1to
$1,000.000. Lake-
front lots from
$100.000 Lakeview
lots from $35.000
Call Lakeside Realty
(423)626-5820 or
visit, www.lakesi-
dereally-in comn.
EAST TENNESSEE
Mountain Property.
Only minutes from
Gatlinburg, TN. 7
acres & Stream
$39,900. 20 acres
Wooded $79,900.
Opening March 4th.
(8001770-9311 ext 321
NC MOUNTAINS
10.51 acres on
mountain top in gat-
ed community, view,
trees, waterfall &
large public lake
nearby, paved pri-
vate access,
$119,500 owner
(866)789-8535
www.NC77.com.


560
Land
GEORGIA BLAIRS-
VILLE IN THE
NORTH GEORGIA
MOUNTAINS Land,
Homes, Commercial
& Investment. "EV-
ERYTHING WE
TOUCH TURNS TO
SOLD" Jane Baer
Realty, (706)745-
2261, (800)820-
7829 www.janebaer-
realtycom, 1aneba
er'@alliel net
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.

GRAND OPENING!
Wright's Creek
Located in the FL
panhandle
3 acres
from $27,900
Waterfront lots from
$49,900
1866) 888-7332
Ext. 12
HORSE FARM LIQ-
UIDATION 20 acres-
$59.900 Lush pas-
lures, beautiful Irout
stream, spectacular
upstate NY setting!
Ideal summer home
sile! Terms avall'
Call now' 1877)909-
5263 wvwJup-
stateNYIand.comr
LAKEFRONT AND
Lakeview Properties
Nestled in the hills of
Tennessee on the
shores of pristine
Norris Lake. Call
Lakeside Realty at
14231626-5820 Or
visit www.lakesi-
derealiy-in com.
LOOKING TO OWN
LAND9 Invest in ru-
ral acreage through-
out America; coast-
al, mountain, waler-
front properties. 20
to 200 acres FREE,
monthly Special
Land Reports:
www.landwanted co
m/sw.
MONTANA MOUN-
TAIN PARADISE
Great mountain
views! 2.29 acres
just $59,990. Ride
out your back door
to millions of acres
of national forest.
Close to Canyon
Ferry Lake, minutes
to Helena. Soils test-
ed, utilities, ready to
build. Call owner
(866) 365-6103:
WATERFRONT
BARGAINS!
Lake Access from
$202/month!" Direct
Lakefront starting at
$99.900! ONE DAY
ONLY LAND SALE!
SATURDAY,
MARCH 25, 2006
Just 20 minutes
from Augusta; GA
Excellent financing
available Call today
for an early appoint-
ment! (888) LAKE-
SALE x 1030
"Based on purchase
price of $39.900 w."
100o down, fixed
rate of 6.75 fo lor 5
yrs, 15-year term
w/balloon payment
due at the end of 5
yrs. Terms and rates
subject to change
without notice. Void
where prohibited by
law.


560
Land
NC AND VA Moun-
tain Land Available.
4 ac. Alleghany
Co. NC Stonne
Mm. State Pk. Area
- A-Frame. Apt. &'
Garage Lake -
Guest House -3 golf
courses nearby -
Just $249.900.00-
Call Susan
(336)789-2926. 49
ac. Surry Co. -
North Carolina Boi-
tomrn Land 4.000 ft
on Fisher River -
Beaulliul wood land
& home sire Pri.
vale location-
Springs & Branches
- $225,000.00 -Call
Bracky 1336)789-
2926. 86. ac. Low-
gap Surry Co.
North Carolina -
Beautiful remodeled
house all lenced -
stream old cabin
timber private -
outbuildings
$499,000.00
Terms available -
Call Susan
(3361789-2926.
70+/- ac. Beulah
Community Surry
Co. North Carolina
- All cleared,
grassed & lenced -
panoramic view of
surrounding mtns. -
pond t fabulous
views $6,250.00 per
ac. call Bracky
1336)789-2926.
215+/- ac. Carroll
Co.. Virginia Hwy
52 just north o0 Mt.
Airy, North Carolina
- Brick home needs
updating county
waler long hwy.
frontage possibly
commercial -
$1,300,000.00.
Owner financing -
Call Mark (336)789-
2926.
NEW TO MARKET!
DEEP WATER LOTS
Beautifully situated
on 50 acres with .
2,800 feet oi
magnificent frontage
on Battery Creek in
Beaulon. SC
Offering deep waler-
front dockable, tidal
creek & privacy-
wooded lots starting
Irom $59.900
Call. 1877) 929-2837
NORTH CAROLINA
',Gated Lakefront
Community
-1.5 acres +
-90 miles of shore-
line
Never before of-
:ered with 20 '- :pre-
develoment dis-
counts & 90
financing :
Call. g800i709-5253
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't
Smiss
the sunsets. over
the lake! Call:.
(866) 339-4966
Eagles Ridge
THE PERFECT
Recreational -
InvestmenritTract
851 acres in
beautiful S. Georgia.
Offering divided.
or as a whole
Contact Peach State
at: (866) 300-7653
Visit:www rubuyingrea-
lestate.com
GAL 2550


560,
Land
TENNESSEE
MOUNTAIN
ACREAGE
Gated mountain
community border-
ing a large lake.
Spectacular views
Community boat
ramp, private boat
slips Between Chat-
tanooga & Knoxville.
Call today:
(8661292-5769
Gates of the River
TN WATERFRONT
MOUNTAIN PROP-
ERTY Scenic home-
sites surrounding
Lake Barkley 1 10 6
acre view sites & 5
to 40 acre privacy
sites from the $40's.
90 min to Nashville
Grand opening
of Phase II
coming soon'
Call (866) 339-4966
WATERFRONT!
2 ACRES +/
Gorgeous acreage.
great views, pristine
shoreline & deep
boaiable water'
Near Bath. NC
Enjoy access to
ICW. Sound &
Atlannic. Paved road.
underground
utilities, well water.
septic approved.
Excellent financing.
By appointment
only. $159.900
Call now. 1800) 732-
6601 exi. 1497
WESTERN NEW
Mexico- 20 Acres
Slaning al $39.990
Scenic region,
Views, trees, rolling
hills, wildlle. Family
relreal. hunting
property or year
round home. Power,
10,0% financing .
NALC (866)365-
2825.




706
Livestock Supplies


HAY
FOR SALE
Coastal Hay 623-
6769 or 3.36-2267

WRAPPED
PEANUT HAY
Call 623-8237.

708
Pets
GERMAN SHEP-
HERD Excellent
coal, 13 months old,
all vaccinations.
obedience trained.
$200 wiaccessones
Call- 292-8765
KITTENS, ADORA-
BLE. playIul, free to
loving home, liner
box rained. Call
994-7733.
PUPPIES FOR sale
mixed lab $20 each.
626-6767
712.
Lost & Found
PETS

FOUND PUPPY
Black/white boxer
mix wired harness
Found off of Forest
Hills Lane in,
Allentown. Call
Sandie lor more
info : 981-2367

FOUND-
BROWN & WHITE
Male Dog in the
Guernsy Rd. Pace
area. Call 995-
5746 or 261-3598
or 261-1173.


712
Lost & Found
PETS
LOST 9 month old
white & black medi-
um hair dog look like
a Springer Spaniel
Lost in vicinity of.
Stewart St. Reward
offer. 626 6444 or
516 5445
LOST BEAGLES in
East Milton area
Right after Dennis
near the end ol July.
1 male 1 female
Please call with any
information 626-
2428 or 516-7983.
LOST MALE CAT
No tail. creamy
while with gray
lace and blue
eyes. 623-3519


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






806
Appliances
SIDE BY side refrig-
eralor / Ireezer wilh
Ice and water $250.
Refrigerator like new
$150 Stackable
washer, dryer $200.
Slackable washer'
dryer $250 Dish-
washer $75 Wasrier
and dryer $95 each.
All in excellent con-
diltions. 995-8730
GE ELECTRIC
Range/stove
Almond color
Good condition $55
Call 623-0980
814
Furniture
FURNITURE DIN-
NING table 6 chairs
dresser with mirror,
chest Of drawer,
nighistand. make oi-
ler. 484-9490
NEW LARGE
sectional sola w12
recliners & sleeper
Ll. brown stair,
resistant fabric
$1500 B00 Call:
623-3519
818
Lawn Equipment
FOR SALE- Murray
12.5 h.p., 38 in. cut
'riding lawnmower
w/dump can. New
less than 20 hours
running time $700
983-2779.
822
Musical
Instruments
YAMAHA UPRIGHT
PIANO for sale
Black lacquer -In
good condition, Pia-
no cover included.
Call: 516-4862 or
529-3209
830
,Miscellaneous
For Sale
I WILL remove junk
vehicles for free
Call: 306-5397 or
957-4761
HANDICAPPED
PORTABLE shower
unit w/pump, hosing
& shower chain.
Never been used.
$3,000
Call: 623-3519


830
Miscellaneous
For Sale
BUILDING SALE
..."Rock Bottom Pri-
ces!' Last Chance'
Beat next price in-
crease. Go
direct/save. 20x26,
25x30, 30x40,
35x50, 40x60,
45x90, 50x100.
60x180 Others. Pio-
neer 18001668-5422


Feel

the

pQower


LOWEST PRE-
SCRIPTION PRI-
CES Less Ihan Can-
ada. Berler than
MedicareD. Flomax
0.4mg/$27.00, Am-
bten 10mg/$53.00,
Nexium
40mg/$30.00/month.
.Viagra
100mg..$2.75. Glob-
al Medicines
(8661634-0720
www globalmeda
cines.net.

MONI VIE!
Before considering
medications or
surgery try the
amazing health
drink Moni Viel
"Blended formula
"rJulrilional Ieerage
"Nol.:eatble tenEil,
'Natural source of
energy
'19 of the most
wondrous health pro-
moting super fruits,
*High levels of
antioxidants and
phytonutrients
"So:urce Oi e..i?:nhial
,il, rnr.i' r iT n.zr a l1
*' c.z Berrn, re ,rognized
v Oprari W rl r.e,,' .,
hi ,.anilgr,1,1 ,:,r, [J6C.
For more info call.
623-0008

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)
NEW STANDING
frame Ior handicap-
ped person. $2000
Call: 623-3519

WOLFF
TANNING BEDS
Buy direct and save!
Full body units from
$22/monthl
FREE color catalog
CALL TODAYl
(800) 842-1305
www.np.etstan corn


830
Miscellaneous
For Sale


I


We Deliver & Install
Centipede
St. Augustine
Bermuda
Bailed Pine Straw
Call us firs Save Time
Call Jas taSave Moncy
Hwy. 87 So.' Mion
626-8578.


Centipede-
Sr. Augistine
Fa-rm Dire ,
\\e Deliver
434-0066 ::
TWO 8 1oo0 round
permacasi columns
6 inch diamerers
w/caps & oases
Call 623-3519
832
Miscellaneous
Wanted
GLASS
CRAFTER
needs empty
glass soh drink
bottles, lall kinds.
No01 necessa-
rily collectors edi-
tions. Will pick up.
983-8042.
PAY CASH Ior lunk
cars or trucks. Run-
ning or not. Call
983-9527
WANTED TO BUY
Lincoln Wheat Cenis
and Old Coi,
Single coins, accu-
mulaions, entire cOl-
lections. Lililelon
Coin Company
Since 1945. Call
18001 581-2646
e-mail coinbuv-ilil-
ileloncoin corn
Mention code
B8K720
WANTED TO
Buy: Paper
Money and Old
Coins. Single
coins, notes.
accumulations.
entire col-
leciions. Littleton
Coin Company
Since 1945. Call
(800)581-2646, e-
mailcoinbuy,:d' litile
loncoin com.
Mention code
B8K520.
834
Lost & Found
MERCHANDISE

FOUND
In Loing Mlemory
ci Jack Ferrara
card. Please call
623-3616 and ask
for Tracie
FOUND
Boating &. Fishing
equipment leh be-
hind at boat launch
at bridge by the Riv-
erwalk. Please call
983-8243 10 identity.
FOUND VERY large
set of keys at yard
sale on Mulat Rd
Call 983-3062

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


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902
Auto Supplies
NEARLY NEW
BEDLINER
lor 99 & up lull size
shon bed GM
trucks. Includes lal- -
gale protector $100
Call 995-7498
904
Cars

1991
MAZDA MIATA
LIMITED EDITION
Convernablie with
hardlop, new so- ,
lop & leather seals ,
Autormatic trans.
Power windows
Excellent condition '
$5,900
Call: 712-0218

2001 JAGUAR
F-TYPE $10.500
Call Richard ar
18501 712-5983 or
994-1989 or
995-5936
MAZDA PICK UP -
iruck. 1999 Red,
aulomalic, power, -
V6, AM'FM stereo,,
CD player. AC fill
wheel air bags. ex-
tended cab. back
cover, excellent,.
sharp. Well main-
tained. $6.900 850-
623-4068
906
Boats
1991 ASTRO
BASS BOAT
15 h. w'60 hp Mere
motor trolling motor.
live wells, drive-on A
Irailer $3.000 OBO
Call i850C 572-4305
BOAT FIXER
upper Pontoon.
boal 20'. good
motor. $1250.
Jon boat & Irailer
$350. 484-9490

908
Farm Equipment


01 FREIGHTLINER
dump truck. New 20
Ion equipment irail-
er witn air breaks
(11 Case backrioe
94 DJH higlrack, *;
wideirack caterpillar
dozer All for
$157 000.
Please call al
850-957-4952 or
850-261-840-7


916
Sport Utility
Vehicles

1993 FORD
Explorer XLT- As is.
$1,800,.
Call 543?-8817.


918
Trucks

2002 CHEVY
Silverado 1500
trucks for sale. Air,
cruise control,
automatic.` Sell-
ing below Blue'
Book value!:
$13,500 Call: 995-.
8779
91' CHEVY S-TO.
4.3 Liter, V-6 '
$2.500 994-7286
922
Other
REAR WINDOW
Mid 90's Ford
Ranger pickup $60
Call: 62,-0778







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