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Title: The Santa Rosa press gazette
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Creator: Santa Rosa press gazette
Publisher: Milton Newspapers, Inc.
Milton Newspapers
Place of Publication: Milton Fla
Publication Date: March 29, 2006
Copyright Date: 2005
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,Santa Dosas Press


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INSIDE


City feels slighted by County


Milton park turned down, but dollars given to Escambia project


B3 JEFF EVERTS
Prss Ga-,ene Siattiriicr
Milton Cilt Council
Member Pat Lunsford's mouth
fell open.
She saNs she couldn't
believe her ears and the news
left her upset.
Last week, the Board of
County Commissioners agreed


Five-year-old Kelcy Hodges
roots on the runners who
braved the cold winds Saturday
morning to take part in the 2nd
Annual Scratch Ankle 5K.
See SPORTS, Page 1C.


NEWS


BRIEFS

County offers
amnesty for waste
B) DEBORAH NELSON
Pr ss G0: rH. ShItt ItraW
Been tnmeaning to get rid of
that nast, bucket of goop lurk-
ing in the shed comer?
Dispose of it. for free. at
Santa Rosa's annual hazardous
material "Aminest DaN.""
Sunday April iq
The e\ent i- open to Santa
Rosa resident-.. on],
Flihi:bL niateriahl include.
oil. cgaoline. antifreeze L up to
ti\e gallons). oil filters, lubri-
cants. creases, paint. solvents.
pesticides,. batteries. lfie-gallon
propane bottles, pool cleaners.
household cleaner,. and com-
puters.
Tires ot anm rtpe. general
debris and household garbage
ill not be accepted.
The once-a-\ear collection
offers residents the chance to
dispose of substances that are
othet mise hard to :et rid of.
It', illegal to place haz-
ardous materials in Florida
landills-the\ must be carried
to a speciall landfill. or recycled.
The north end drop olf
point \ill be located at the
Counts Auditorium. 45311
Jimmi \Vai. Milton ibehmd
the Public Senr ices Bldg.
For more information call
l- ,13 5. /
Milton police
plan checkpoints
SMilton Police Chief Gre2
Brand says officers will be out
at checkpoints this month
Department officers '\ ill be
Sconductinz driver's license
-checkpoints and \ vehicle inspec-
tions on April 20 at either Broad
S Sreet at Ra, ine Street or Henry
'Street at the rairoad depot.
In addition, officers will
conduct what is described as
*an intensified speed enforce-
ment check" on April 11 and
April 25 at Stewart Street and
:Hinote Street and also at
Dogood Dri'.e at \estv.ood
Dnri. e.
The Press
Gazette is
printed on
100% recy-
cled paper
using envi-

ronmentally-friendly soy-based
ink.


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to donate $15,000 to an
Aviation Discover' Park set to
be built in Escambia County..
The thing is. Lunsford noted.
the same county. leaders had
sent her packing when Milton
came seeking funds to build a
skate park here at hone.
Lunsford has been lobb\ ing
Commissioners for months to
help in funding a proposed


skate park at the Citr's commu-
nity center.
When she heard of the
money being given to a project
in another county, she %%as
shocked.
"I couldn't believe they
were gi\ ing money to taxpayers
in another count.," Lunsford
said.
"We asked them for money


for a project right here in Santa
Rosa County that will benefit
our youth and they sent us
aw ay."
Lunsford \\as referring to
her appearance before the
Commissioners to seek finan-
cial assistance to build the facil-
itr on city-owned property.
Despite voicing support for
the skate park and its need.


5,.


I. .1


'41


"Confederate" and "Union" soldiers squared off along the banks of the Blackwater River this weekend as part of a Civil War re-
enactment that included a maritime sea battle between sale replicas of Civil-War-era ironclads.
Press Gazette photos by Bill Gamblin


Blue,


Grey;


B. JEFF EVERTS
Pissi Ga:cre Staff tt 'tl I
or a w while. Saturda.. the Milton river-
front seemed to have gone back in
time.
Ladies in hoop skirts had tea and
exchanged beauty tips in the cool shade %while
men. dressed in military\ uniforms. mnuched and
gake demonstrations \\ith sabers and black
pow% der rifles.
The smell ol food cooking on an open
campfire enticed anyone %within its aromatic
%icirnit to come and explore a cil. I ar camp-
site.
Then suddenly the relative calm was shat-
tered bM the shouts of women \\orkinc at the
salt works along the nier who %were being
accosted b\ "'Yankee" naval personnel.
A skirmish ensued between southern sol-
diers and the Yankee antagonists. 'which ulti-
matel saw\ them driven back to their boats on
the nmet.
See BATTLE, PaOe 6A..


Commissioners chose not to
gi'e financial support to the
project and suggested Lunsford
t[r to 'find money from other
sources.
Commission Chair Bob
Cole. w.ho is lending his sup-
port to the skate park project,. is
tempering the Board's position.
"I sa\[ the airpark project in
See LUNSFORD, Pg. 5.4.


Grenade


keeps SO


hopping

B) BILL GAMNBLIN
S1 t11 Ro a PI .C (.~i:.c
A special deliver% \as
made NMondai to the main
offices of Santa Rosa Counrt
Sheriff Wendell Hall. which
required some nulltary assis-
tance.
Around 10:31 a.m.. John
Miller. a contractor working in
Navarre. arrived at the Sheriff's
Office with a li\e World War II-

.e grenade in
ilitlli'li "roded." says
s. with the
Media Retai6osUTinit- "It ,as
so corroded, \\e could not e0en
tell if it v.aas a lihe renade -or
not.
"'So. the Fire NMYshall, who
came out to investigate. con-
tacted the Hurlbert Field E.O.D.
i Explosive Ordinance Disposal.i
Team.'
while e deputies awaited
their arrival, the\ cordoned off
the front of the Shenff's Office
in East Milton and limited
access to the area until the
E.O.D. team arrived around
12:30 p.m. The grenade was in
the front seat of Miller's Dodge
truck.
"'He follo-wed me in on I-10
and then in here to the office,"
said Det. lai Harrett. who w,.as
\working, on patrol durt
Monday "A few mniniutes later.
after I arrived at the office. I
learned about the grenade and
sa\w it \was the same vehicle that
%was follow ing me."
Things at the Sheriff's
office returned to normal
around 1 p.m. as the grenade
w as removed from the truck b\
Hurlbert's E.O.D. team and %\as
taken to a remote location
behind the Sheriff's Office
Firearm's Range %\here the
grenade v.as exploded.
See GRENADE. Pg. 3A.


Giant barbeque gets u nderway Satu rday in Pace


Memphis in Ma\. one of
the largest and most prestigious
barbecue events in the country ,
,.ill ha\e a part in the fir-st
annual "Pace Barbecue Bash""
Ftida\ ard Saturday in Pace.
The event. sponsored b\ the
Pace Rotar\ Club. is planned to
become the largest such ouit-


door barbecue event in both
Santa Rosa and Escambia
Counties
The e-ent will be held at
the corner of \\liue and West
Spencer Field Road behind"
Hardees and \Vmnn-Di\iei.
The Mlemphis in Nlay-sanc-
tioned e,.eit is expected to)


attract major competitors from
throughout the Southeast
region-all vying for a spot in
the worldwide competition in
Memphis \\here thousands of
participants and spectators
gather on the banks of the
Nlississippi River. .
Grabbing an opportunity to


become involved, and a 0\ay to0
raise money for charitable caus-
es, Rotarian and Santa Rosa
Sheriff Wendell Hall \\on the
approval of the Memphis In,
NIa\ officials to sponsor a sanc.-
tioned competition eent in
Pace.
Pace Rotary organizers


ha e since met %with Memphis
in Nla. officials regarding the
strict guidelines and are now
preparing the festival site-off
\West Spencer Field Road- to
accommodate an array of
events to be held during the
two-day competition. "
See EVENT. PugE 5.4


Businessman still trying

to 'work the bumps out'


B3 BILL GAMNBLIN
S,,,,i R,.,: P1 GC.'1 ii._
As if the nialtic oes could-
n't get any worse on Highway
90, a new snag struck East
Milton this week.
Monday morning,, a
Goldring Gulf Distributing
truck got hung up at the
entrance to Bitco Bait and


Tackle on High" ai, 90, causing
traffic issues for over two hours
until the truck could be moved.
The semi-tractor trailer,
used to deliver beer, got stuck
atop the east entrance to Bitco.
The hump in'the road is a prob-
lem which officials have been
trying to solve since the Florida
Department of Transportation
SSe BUINP, Page 3A.


When this semi-tractor trailer got stuck on a hump at the entrance to Bitco in East Milton Monday, it
caused already snarled Highway 90 traffic to get worse.
Press Gazette photo by Bill Gamblin


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March 3. to March 9. 2006
Hull. Tracy Lee: Male; 33:
166 Reggie Lane. Cantonment,
FL: Possess of Weapon or
Ammo by Convicted Fla. Felon.
3/2/06
kPrice. Michael Joseph;
Male: 21: 6572 De Lisa Rd.
Milton. FL: Drive While Lie
Susp Habitual Offender,
Marijuana Possess Not More
than 20 Grams. Narcotic Equip-
Possess And or Use. 3/2/06
Rutledge, William Dean:
Male; 39; 6885 Wallace Dr..
Pace, FL: Drive While Lic Susp
Habitual Offender. 3/2/06
Smith. Thomas Ray: Male:
46; 895 Chestnut A e..
Crest\ie\. FL: Drugs-Possess
Cntrl Sub \W/O Prescription.
Marijuana Possess Not More
Than 20 Grams. Narcotic
Equip-Possess And or Use.
3/2/06
Craft, Billy Lamar: Male;
3018 Scenic Hw\s, Miramar
Beach. FL: DUI. 3/2/06
Hyler. Jennifer Leigh;
Female: 26: 210 Sessions St..
Milton. FL; Probation
Violation-FelonN. 3/2/06
Lewis. Matthew Grant;
Male: 39; 3313 Doodle Lane,
Na% arre, FL; Probation
Violation-Felony. 3/2/06
Lo%%rey. Ray Hilton: Male:
40: 6245 Blue Angel Park\ay.
Pensacola. FL: Probation
Violation-Felony. 3/2/06
Scarbough, Ruby Jean:
Female; 36: 6232 Woodward
Ln. Milton. FL: Drive While Lic
Susp Habitual Offender. 3/2/06
dI. Williams, Anthony; Male;
S 39; 105 Anderson St.,
Pensacola. FL: Failure to
Appear for Felons Offense.
3/2/06
Wm 1 Williams. A\arah Gameial;
Male; 20; 6805 Julia Dr..
Milton, FL; Reckless Driving.
Flee W/Disregard of Safety to
Persons or Prop, Drive While
Lic Susp, Possess Cocaine,
Cocaine-Traffic 20 Grams Less
Than 150 KG Cocaine or
Mixture. 3/2/06
Bro ,n. Richard Devasne:
Male: 35: 4065 Scottsdale A'e.,
Pace. FL; DUI Alcohol or
Drugs 4th or Subseq Offense.
3/4/06
,Mayo, Vincent Lee: Male;
36: 6439 Julia Dr. Milton. FL:


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DUI Alcohol or Drugs 3rd
Violation W/ln 10 Years. 3/3/06
To ens. Robert Anderson:
Male; 26. 6691 Walker St.,
Milton. FL; DULI. 3/5/06
Chang. Marn Trudean:
Female; 50; 5973 Richa\
Blhd., Milton, FL: DUI and
Damage Property. 3/3/06
J.aramillo, Marcus Lee:
Male; 22: 6891 Cedar Ridge
Circle, Milton. FL: DULI DUI
and Damage Property. 3/4/06
Oaks, Donna Kara: Female:
19: 2149 Chapparel St..
Naiarre. FL: DLil. 3/4/06
Sanders. William Joshua:
Female: 21: 6633 Maple Street.
Milton. FL: DULI. 3/3/06
Thurmond, Jessica Erin:
Female: 19: 6506 Hayes Drive.
Milton. FL, DUI 3/3/06
Williamson, Mar.
Elizabeth: Female: 45 3153
Appleton Ln. Milton, FL: DULI.
3/3/06
Brown, Richard Dei\ayne:
Male 35: 4065 Scottsdale Ave..
Pace, FL: DUI Alcohol or
Drugs 4th or Subseq Offense.
Drive While Lic Susp 2nd
Offense. 3/4/06
Da.D Jr.. Jeffery Royce:
Male: 6100 Day Lane. MNiton.
FL: Failure to Appear for
Felons Offense. 3/3/06
Grigsby. Roger Dale:
Male: 48: 4650 Geri Street,
Milton. FL, Contempt of Court
Circuit. 3/5/06
Henley. Edward Lee: Male:
55: 5373 Harmony Ln. Gulf
Breeze. FL: Drie VWhile Lic
Susp Habitual Offender. 3/5/06
Howell. Jody Elizabeth;
Female: 22: 6807 Flinti ood St.
Navarre. FL: Probation
Violation-Felony. 3/3/06
May. Don Paul: Male: 35:
6034 Syrcle A\e., Milton. FL:
Fugitive from Justice. 3/5/06
Mayo. Vincent Lee: Male;
36: 6439 Julia Dr.. Milton. FL:
DUI Alcohol or Drugs 3rd
Violation \W/In 10 Years. Drive
While Lie Susp Ist Off. 3/3/06
Penton. Sandy Ka\:
Female; 38; 6535 Palomino Dr..
Milton, FL: Drugs-Possess
Cntrl Sub \'/O Prescription.
Narcotic Equip-Possess And or
Lise. 3/4/06
Perkins, Demarquis
NMartez: Male. 21. 6015 Queen
St.. Milton. FL; Resist Officer-
Obstruct ,BN Disguised Person.
Possess Cocaine. Probation
Violation-Felony. 3/3/06
Starnes. Bradford Penn:
Male: 32: 3217 McMillan
Creek Dr., Milton. FL: Aggra%
Stalking-Follow Harass
Threaten \V/Death of Injury.
3/5/06
Warner, Donovan
Marshall; Male; 25; 5358 Red
Clover Ln, Jay. FL: AggraN
AssIt W/Deadly Weapon W/O
Intent'to Kill, Battery Touch or
Strike. 3/3/06
Bailey, Michael Adon;
Male; 48; 4498 Oak, Forest
Drive. Milton. FL: Weapon
Offense-Improper Exhibit
Fireann or Dangerous Weapon.
Drugs-Possess Cntrl Sub W!O
Prescription. 3/3/06
Beckwith. Nlark Adrian:
Male; 34; 3460 Wi\\llow Ln. Gulf
Breeze, FL: Marijuana Possess
Over 20 Grams. 3/3/06
Fails Herman: Male: 47:
1215 Belmont, Pensacola. FL:
Violate Restrictions Placed on
Driver's License. Possess
Cocaine. 3/6/06
Spears. Christopher Brian:
Male: 19: 7792 Rube Pace Rd.,
Milton, FL; Damage Prop-Crim
Mlisch Over $200 LiUnder $1,000.
Burgl D, selling Structure or
Conveyance Armed, Larc-
Grand of Firearm 12 cts.) 3/6/06
Spencer., Jonath:ai Howe;
Male: 28: 5800 Hermitage
Circle, Milton. FL; Probation
Violation-Felony. 3/6/06
Phillips., Jerry Sa'oy: Male:
50; 7796 Hwy. 4, Jaj, FL;
Aggra' Asslh On Officer.
Firefighter. EMNIT Etc. .Resist
Officer '. 'Violence. 3/5/06
Sadler. Stuart Samuel;
Male; 35. 131 Poquito Rd.,
Sh:ilarmar, FL, DLil Alcohol or
Drugs 2nd Offense. 3/5/06
Allen, James Robert; Male;
37; 4536 Trice Road, Pace, FL;
Probation Violation-Felony (2
Scts.). 3/7/06


Brunson, Andrew Joseph;
Male; 23; 4624 Greenwood Rd.,
Jay, FL; Probation Violation-
Felony. 3/7/06
Mullinax, James Ryan;
Male; 18; 3225 College Ct.,
Gulf Breeze, FL; Larc-Theft is
$300 or More But Less Than
$5,000. 3/7/06
Rice, Frances Ellison;
Female; 42; 2969 Hwy. 4, Jay,
FL; Probation Violation-Felony.
3/7/06


Vincent. John Thomas.'
Male: 24: 8300 Countrywalk- ;
Dr., Pensacola, FL; Failure to
Appear for Felony Offense .., P
cis.i. 3/7/06
Brown. Samuel NMNI: ,
Male; 59; 4543 Old Guernse-
Rd, Pace, FL: DULI. 3/7/06 '
Codeies. Kurt Allan, Male.
41; 1957 Shannon Rd., Natarre.
FL: Drive While Lie Susp
Habitual Offender. 3/8/06
.,aramillo. Marcus Lee:
Male: 22:; 6891 Cedar Ridge
Circle. Milton. FL: Probation
\iolation-Felons. 3/8/06 16
Lambdin II., Alfred Leo:
Male: 22. 6415 Kennington
Circle. Milton. FL: Probation.
Violation-Felons. 3/8/06
Newcome. Eric Ashley:
Male: 19: Address unknov, n
Gulf Breeze. FL: Vehicular
Theft-Grand 3rd Degree. 3/8/06
Scott., Kavar Leonard:
Male; 23: 4203 Lexington
Farms Drie., Atlanta. GA:
Fraud-Litter False Instrument.
3/8/06
Webbh, .r.. William Gary;-
Male: 39: 7854 Munson H\iv..
Milton. FL: Fraud-Sw\indle
Obtain Property Under $20,000.
3/8/06
Patrick. Daina Renae:
Female: 33: 1080S Cordo\a
N.E., Albuquerque, NM:
Probation Violation-Felon\.
Maniccia. Ryan Keith:
Male: 34:; 4374 Seaport Rd..
Pace. FL; Probation Violation-
Felony 3/8/06
Nelson. Leonard Dewa.ine.
Male: 21; 9577 Godfrey Lane,
Milton, FL: Aggra\ Asslt
W/Deadl Weapon \\/O Intent
to Kill, Possess of W\Veapon on
School Property (4 cts. 3/8,06
Pate. Daniel Allen; Male; :
47: 8549 Laredo St., Navarre.
FL: Criminal Mischief O\er
$1.000. Burglary W/Asslt or
Battery. Asslt-Intent to do
Violence. NDG
Baldwin. John Alfred;
Male: 30; 720 Alabama St.,
Milton. FL: Vehicular Theft-
Grand 3rd Degree. 3/8/06
Barnhill. Anthony G%\en:
Male: 48; 5627 Sunra\ St..
Milton. FL: Stolen Prop. Deal
In Stolen Property. Possess
Cocaine. Narcotic Equip-
Possess And Or Use. 3/9/06
Iflikhar. Naomi Vernetta-:
Female: 32: 5466 EasN St..
Milton. FL; Possess Cocaine.
Marijuana Possess Not More
Than 20 Grams. Narcotic
Equip-Possess And or Use
3/9/06
Lett. George Edwi ard:
Male: 45: 922 Booker St.
Cantonment, FL: Possess
Cocaine. DLil.
NIMa. Joseph Eugene: Male:
38: 1979 Constitution St..
Na\arre, FL: Out of State
Fugitive from Justice. 3/9/06
Odom, Richard Ed%'ard;
Male; 38; 4534 Bagdad Park
Ct., Milton, FL: Drive With
Expired Lic for More Than 4
Mos.. Possess Cocaine. 3/9/06.
Vickers. Kimberlh Diane:
Female: 33; 5069 West
Spencerfield Rd., Pace. FL:
Larc-O\er $300. Linder $5,000.
NDG
Boncko%%ski. Ryan Joseph:
Male; 21: 4087 H% %y. 4. Jay, FL;
Probation Violation-Felony.
3/9/06
Cook. Robert Charles;
Male; 33; 4511 Rice Rd.,
Milton, FL; Possess Cocaine.
3/9/06
Turman, Bobby Wayne;
Male; 31; 2037 Reser e Blvd.,
Na' arre, FL.: Larc-Theftis $300
or More But Less Than $5,000.
3/9/06
Whittaker, Joseph Robert;
Male; 28; 4328 Pace Ln, Pace,
FL; Probation Violation-Felon?
3/9/06
Alien. Anthony Jerome,
Male; 22; 204-A Sessions St.,
Milton. FL; Obstructing Justice-
I n t i m i d a te
Victim/Witness/Informant.
3/9/06
Newcome, Eric Ashley;
Male; 19; Address Unknown,
Gulf Breeze, FL; Criminal
Misch Over $1,000, Burglary of
Dwelling Unarmed No Assit or
Batt, Burglary-Structure,
Conveyance Unarmed W/Out
Person Inside'(4 cts.), Criminal
Mischief Over $200 Under


$1,000 (2 cts.), Larc-Over $300 >
Under $5,000.3/9/06
Freeman. Justin Lee; Male.
19; 199 Miller Rd., Milton, FL; '-
Burglary Structure Conveyance
Unarmed W/Out Person Inside,
Larc-Petit 1st degree Prop Over
$1,00 Under $300. 3/9/06


Information provided by
Santa Rosa Co.
Sheriff's Office


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Free dental care coming, but early sign-up important


B. JGUI FLETCHER
PG A.,, ,wtil Publishtr
It's that i ime again.
Olivet Baptist Church ill
be hosting the Florida Baptist
Association's free dental clin-


ic-~\ which pro% ides needed
dental ser'.ices. to folks \\ho
other ise might not be able to
afford it.
To be eligible for the free
dental %work. visitorss must be a


resident of Santa Rosa Counrt
and meet state financial guide-
lines.
The dental bus \ %ill pull into
the parking lot of Olivet Baptist
Church on Monday. Apnl 17


Bump


Conuaitted From Pace (One.
decided to make improvements
just oxer four years ago.
'"Eer since the\ four-laned
this section of road. there has
been a problem w ith the
entrance." sais Bit Mel\in.
o\ ner of Bitco. Bait and Tackle
"I tried to cel them to fi\ the
problem before the\ left and
even offered to pay for the con-
crete.
"But the\ told me it had
already\ been laid out and the\
would d come back later."
*Later." has Net to aT'ie and
Monday 's incident is lust one oft
the \ehicles that ha\e taken a
beating since the road
1" i n p r O e -
mentis." ..t
"'The dri\-
er \% ho had the
route before
me had the .., ,'
same prob- .
lell." noted .
NI i c h ae l ..
Gregson. \\ho -. -,'
Sas drin ing -' .
the elucle Truck driver
NMonda. He N i c h a e I
rne'er 2ot Gregson shows
stuck. but lie his tow bill.
Just about
drug the back bumper off the
truck on several occasions
i hen 1 aas ending w% ith him"
Due to the angle the driver
must use to enter the business
several vehicless has been drag-
ging parts. which is annoying
Mel in's customers.
"I ha,.e pulled the l,\ower end
of tmi hass boat nd trailer
ever\ time I utr\ to pull out."
said Hank Mel, in. \ho w\as
there at the tine io the incident.
-"-This is a bait ad tackle shop.
so people are coming here and
tlov. in a boat.
"And the back end of m\
ailder looks, as beat tip as the
bumper of their semi i truck."
Bit Nell in has not had an\,
success in gelling a solution tOI
his problem and. worse et. net-
ther hat' Representatne Grec
E er-. v ho i a.'.are it the siwt-

Greg E\ers has been tr\-


ing to help me for two \ears."
says Bit Melmin. "-'But like
myself, he hasn't had much
luck.
"He even submitted a sug-
gestion, to Mr. iEd) Prescott
doo n in Chipley. who turned it
dow rn."
A call to Exers' office indi-
cated that the representative
%.as aware of the situation, but
E ers wv as tuna' alable for co:m-
ment following Monday's inci-
dent, w% which led to a towing bill
of $165 just to pull die semi a
fewk feet so it could get off the
high point of the entrance
AlsIo Mlonda\ calls to
Tommie Speigli2hts. the public
information officer for FDOT in
Chiple 1%%ere not returned.
Mel\ in sa s. since the road
project began it has been-a long
and arduous nightmare.


Grenade
Comliltud From Page One.
Miller said a person doing
plumbing work during a con-
struction project in Na\arre
uncovered the grenade
After lie took the grenade
from two people \\ho were
reported\ 'playing' with it. he
it brought it to turn into die
authorities.
Due to the number of mili-
tar\ areas in Santa Rosa County
that ha\e been converted to res-
idential areas o\er the .ears.
incidents like this are not
uncommon.
And if the situation occurs.
officials sa\ the best course of
action is to leave the item n-heie
in is found
"The .,hcriff's office urees
the public to contact la\\
enforcement if they encounter
an\ type of une\ploded ordi-
nance or e\plosrie device and
to leai e it \\here it is disco ered
for safety purposes." said
Haines

SIn i It n lH~i b'
Bill Gamiilii.
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"During the construction.
%\e lost a lot of customers."
notes Bir MeNlin. "Anid %hen
%%e suffered some damage..we
couldn't go against the state.
but had to seek compensation
from the contractors.
"'They made us hire an
attorney\ and fight them tooth
and nail: then, right before our
court date. these offered us an
acceptable settlement."
Bit Nlelhin's business is
sloe ] returning to uonial, but
there are still concerns about
turning into the business. .
"I ha\e been a customer
here for 1) to !5 \ears and just
the thought of turning in here or
pulling out is scar\ since the\
did the road v.ork." sa\s Lee
Johnson. "I .co'tld come in here
and 2ge most of m,, fislhune stulf
before the road got messed up
like it is no\\.'
It isn't kno',in lien Bit
Mel\ in \ill learn \\hat can be
done to sohe this problem, but
he saN s there is no v, a to undo
what has already\ been done.
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Time to pay...
For what some people may think has taken an
eternity, our county elected officials have finally
come up with the much anticipated road list which
they say should satisfy our grow ing complaints in
meeting our transportation needs.
\Ve. as frustrated citizens of Santa Rosa
County. have watched our county's growth
explode o\er the last several years and. % ith it, the
enormous problem of us traveling our roads and
high ays.
Our main arteries have become clogged with
thousands of more vehicles and alternative bypass
routes that. too. have become dangerous to travel.
Concerned residents, motorists and taxpayers
\want and expect solutions to our transportation
needs and have applied enormous pressure upon
our elected officials to begin to do something we
- can accept.
Well. they've responded by first, applying
impact fees on new subdivisions and developers
Swith ne\ revenues to be designated to roads.
And now\ they ha'e devised a workable list of
road projects that. o\er the next decade, can be
seriout sly addressed v, ith our approval of an addi-
tional penny in the local sales tax.
No%\. it seems, the time has come for all of
S those who have been complaining to either put up
Sor shut uip.
Our concerns ha'e been addressed. We've
been given a tentative work list and told that all the
proceeds from the sales tax "will go only to road
projects.
The sales tax. rather than increasing property
taxes, makes ever one help solve our road prob-
lems.
And. we'ree told, the one-cent tax \'ill end in
ten years and allow county planners to gamer
enough money to address road congestion in all
areas of our county.
We all realize that something has to be done
about our overcrowded roads, and most of us
understand that what our elected officials are
doing to meet our demands is acceptable.
The list has been drafted, we'\ e been promised
that the money raised by both the impact fees and
the sales tax %\ill go only to road projects, and
sometime in the near future \we'll be asked to
approve the process
We believe our elected officials have done
\what the\ have been asked to do and, based on
at they ha\e presented. there is absolutely no
reason wh\ w\e. as voters, should turn down the
sales tax increase referendum.
Our commissioners should be commended for
their strategy plan. but just as important, is their
promise that the money raised \ ill specifically go
toward the road problems we face.
Now' it is up to all of us to do our part if we
expect our road frustrations to subside.
W e're sure no one likes the idea of'paying
more. but if %\e must land it does begin to look like
this is the only way our road woes will get solved.)
then %%e believe the most painless way to do is w ith
an extra penny here and a penny there.
Best of all. %when you use a sales tax. even
tourists contribute when the\ drive through and
buy their little trinkets.
We're paying this tax already when we shop in
Pensacola.
So. we really ha'e no solid reason to tum
down this sales tax. but if \ve do, we should all
understand the consequences that lie ahead.


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We can't afford to run ports


FMN: DONALD KAUL
Dear Editor:
I rise in defense of racial discrimination, ethnic
profiling and common sense.
No, I haven't become a skinhead nor have I joined
the League of Bigoted Amenca Firsters. but from the
reaction of many. you'd think I had.
You see. I spoke out against letting that Dubai
company take over our major Eastern ports. It seemed
to me a no-brainer at the time. Little did I know.
As soon as the uproar in Congress resulted in the
Dubai group pulling out of the deal the intelligentsia.
particularly its liberal w ing. began jumping all over
opponents of the arrangement. We were accused of
being xenophobic No-Nothings and worse.
This is an insult to Arabs everywhere. they said.
Dubai is one of the most progressive sultanates in the
'world. they said. (Like they have a lot of competition
for the honor.) It is a great and invaluable ally. they
said.
Fine, I say. So \what? This is not about Dubai and
its record in the war on terror. This is about letting an
Arab company handle the logistics of some of our
most important and vulnerable ports.
There are many, many Arabs w ho. for good rea-
sons and bad, hate our guts. It seems to me that it
would be easier for one of the haters to infiltrate an
Arab company than a non-Arab one. And once the
hater got inside. the firm, he or she could arrange to do
us serious mischief.
,'. The peoplewho are beating up on Congress about
the deal dispute that. They sa\ that running the ports
merely involves shuffling paper and has nothing to do
with security.
That doesn't seem logical. Surely someone who
knew exactly 'what was entering and lea\ ing our ports
and when could pass that information on to enemies
and the next thing you know\--blooes!--it's a
Harrison Ford mo' ie.
Perhaps I'm "wrong, but \hy take a chance?
The ideal solution would be to run the ports our-
selves. but we can't. It takes money to do that and
we're broke.
Did you get that? The self-proclaimed richest,
most powerful nation in the history of the world is too
poor to run its own ports.
We're running a yearly trade deficit of $724 bil-
lion on top of a national debt of $9.0 trillion. That's
the good news. The bad news is that both figures are
going higher daily, by the billions. We make up the
shortfalls largely by borrowing money from foreign
countries, on i"hich we then ha'e to pa\ interest.
Which further increases the deficit. \e can't afford
frills like ports.
So if %ve made a mistake in turning away the
Dubai firm, it \as not because we overreacted to
security concerns, but because \e can't afford to
alienate a country, that doesn't hate us. There are so
few of them. In fact. w'e owte so much money to for-
eign countries that we would be %wise to not alienate
anybody. If we tick off a major creditor like Japan or
China, the\ could begin to call in our lOUs and our
economy would sink like a stone.
Editorialists took the opportunity to pummel
Congress. Democrats especially, for leaping to the
attack \\hen the Dubai port deal first surfaced. (The
floor of the House sometimes resembled a rugby
scrum as members elbowed each other aside in an
effort to get to the microphone to announce their
determination to protect us from terrorist attack.,
Well. you can never go far wrong attacking
Congress but. even if I were for the deal, I would give
the Democrats a pass on this one. )
The Bush administration has bludgeoned them
\'ith phon. security issue after phont security issue
forfouryears now, .with great success. The Democrats
e' en had their presidential candidate, a decorated \ar
hero, made to seen a wvar "% imp when compared to
George (Missing in Alabama) Bush.
It's about time they got a free swing on an issue
inol\ ing national security. Better a phon\ issue than
no issue at all.

Papers aren't average business
FM: JASON SALZMAN
Dear Editor:
Over the past year, the board of Knight
Ridder-the nation's second largest newspaper compa-
ny-has been under pressure front uniihappy stockhold-
ers to sell the company. The company was sold in
early March, despite the opposition of its founder.
Why were Knight Ridder's stockholders unhap-
py?
Because the company wasn't profitable? Actually,
no. Knight Ridder made a 16 percent profit last year.
But a company's profit doesn't mean much to
stockholders. What matters to them is the stock price.


Knight Ridder's has been dropping, from about $80
per share in 2004 to $53 per share last year.
No\ \ hy. you might ask, would a profitable com-
pany's stock drop like that? It's because of the uncer-
tainty about the future of new spapers. There are some
bad signs on the horizon for this industry. Among
them is the fact that circulation has been dropping at
most large dailies o'er the past fe\w years. as more
people, particularly young people, get news online.
As the online world-like Craig's List-has grown.
'newspapers have lost revenue from classified ads,
w which were once a cash co%\. In addition. newspapers
are costly to run reporting is labor-intensie)i and
newsprint costs are going up with no sign of coming
do\w n.
But on the other hand. it's far from certain that
newspapers \on't be as valuable-and profitable-ten
\ears from now as they are today. Why? For the sim-
ple reason that advertisers wn ill always s be looking for
\ays to sell stuff to consumers. Newspapers ha'e
always attracted people wanting to read ne\ s-and
collaterally. they present readers with ads for stuff
advertisers think readers want. It's unlikely this sym-
biotic relationship between publishers and advertisers
%%ill ever change.
But in the future. newspapers \\ill be on the
\Veb-not printed on dead trees. This has some big
advantages for newspaper publishers, like the fact that
there are enormous cost savings achieved by not ha \-
ing to print'ind deliver their product,
But there-are also giant unknowns, .the biggest of
which revolves around this question: Ho\\ w ill online
newspapers make money? Right now, most new spa-
pers are offering all their content online for free,
because people aren't used to paying for the privilege
of viewing a website. Newspapers run paid ads
online, but it's not clear that online advertising will be
able to make enough money to support journalism as
we know it at a major daily newspaper.
No one is saying online papers won't be able to
survive in the future, but there's uncertainti-even
though some combination of online and print editions
of newspapers \ill certain\ conunue to make lots of
money in the near term. And for no\". this basic fact
remains: Newspapers still deliver a huge number of
eyeballs to advertisers-and the\ can do it more cheap-
ly and \with more options than TV. In the end. market
forces could \'ell be kind to newspaper journalism,
but because of the unknowns involved. new spaper
stocks are falling and publishers are cutting reporters
and printing smaller papers with less new s.
New spapers "ith less substance are undoubtedly
going attract even fewer readers-" which makes it e\en
more likely that people % ill drop their subscriptions
and the newspaper industry will suffer. So. it's critical
that newspaper owners keep the public interest in
mind and not get panicky about the future of their
business. especially when profits are as high as they
are no'w.
And our political leaders need to understand that
stories like Knight Ridder's shouldn't be 'ieiwed as
another business transaction, because. as Rebecca
Rimel and Donald Kimelman recently pointed out in
the "Philadelphia Inquirer." "journalism is a public
trust, an essential element in the democratic mosaic."
Congress should be ready to step in and. w without
censoring content, protect journalism-both print and
broadcast-from market forces. One obvious way to
do this in the short term is to piro ide more support for
public broadcasting-and explore other ideas to pro-
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You Spoke Out,

Santa Rosa...
Saturday. 5:51 p.m.
This is for all of Santa Rosa. I
%would like to know why all of
these new" homes are being built.
Are they all alreadN sold? If so.
ho is doing the buy ing. My hus-,
band and I both work. but we
can't afford to buy any of these
homes. We have four children,,
cars. insurance and other things-.
we pay for each month. This area
needs affordable housing. Does
anyone out there kno t what that
is? Do an\ of these contractors
care about people that pray every.,
night for their own home? There
'is no %\a\ our dreams can come .
true until we start getting afford-
able housing. And now I read.
about condos. Please.

Saturday, 1.33 p.m.
This is Joe. I just want to
make a comment or two on our,
count\ looking like garbage
dump. Every da\. I have to go out
and pick up stuff. Why don't peo-
pie carry a garbage bag in their
car? We need someone to stop
people from speeding, too. Also...
v hy do people play car radios so
loud that you can hear them a
half-mile aay

Saturday, 11:59 a.m.
This is Jesse. I'd like to con-
gratulate all the people involved'
in getting our access back to the:
boat ramps. Good job. Thanks to
all involved.

Saturday, 9:50 a.m.
Good morning. This is in
regards to the problem I'\e had
for the last two years canning pre-.
serxes. I'e neter lost so many
jars. They are sealed \hen I puv
them up. but when I take them.
out. they are spoiled. Some ha'e.
suggested it is a result of low
pressure. I'd like to hear from oth-
ers %\ho ha\e had similar prob-
lems.

Saturday. 12:13 a.m. -
I am one of the adults \Iho
recently helped in two road
blocks. We didn't hassle drivers.
We worked hard to get our youth
a mission trip to Nlemco. We \want.
to sa\ thank \ou to all hho ga\e..
Thanks..


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By DEBORAH NELSON
Press Ga:eoi, Staff tt'rutr
FEMA says it will begin
charging rent to families still
living in temporary FEMA
housing on May 1.
There are still 565 Santa
Rosa families living in FEMA
accommodations, according to
spokesperson Karen
Szulczewski.
Only those displaced by
1 Ivan ill be charged in May.
S Dennis-related housing dead-
lines don't run out until
January. according to FENLA
officials.
Rent amounts will be based
on several factors, Szulczew\ski
notes, including 2004 fair mar-
ket rates, family income and
number of bedrooms in the unit.
S "It won't be any more than


ns sougl

fair market Lalue. but it could
be less." she notes.
FEMA finalized plans to
begin rent charges last %week.
The original deadline had been
extended, Szulcze wski notes,
due to concerns about local
affordable housing shortages.
Officials say they're w ork-
ing to place families in perma-
nent housing, to avoid leaving
people without a roof over their
heads.
"We're working hard to
make sure that doesn't happenn,"
says Szulczewski.
Mean while. an area busi-
ness is collecting funds to aid
area families in unstable hous-
ing who have school-age chil-
dren.
The Santa Rosa County
Federal Credit Union has estab-
lished a special fund to collect


Event


ht to help youth


donations.
The monies would be used
toward grants to offer young-
sters summertime activities.
According to School
District figures. there are over
2,000 students in inadequate or
unstable housing situations,
including those who are home-
less.
That includes 121 evacuee
students still residing in the
area. and 488 Ihan and 76
Dennis families still living in
mobile homes.
Organizers point out that
homelessness is a problem
many may not be aw are of.
But it does exist in Santa
Rosa. and expensive post-hurri-
cane home prices are exacerbat-
ing the problem.
"The inflation [in] the hous-
ing market has made housing
unattainable for man\ Santa
Rosa County residents," organ-
izer Robert Gilliard notes in an
e-mail.


"[It's] worse than it has
ever been, and getting worse."
Program organizers fear
when FEMA begins charging
rent, the situation "will deterio-
rate.
."During the summer, many
of these children will have no
place to go for food and protec-
tion while their parents are at
work." Gilliard points out.
"It's really an unstable
en% ironment for students."
The Santa Rosa Credit
Union is working with the
School Board on fundraising
efforts.
The institution was origi-
nally set up to serve education
employees. Gilliard points out,
and has a long history with area
schools.
All donations will go to the
School Board. according to
organizers.
Donations may be made at
any branch office, by asking for
the Santa Rosa Homeless
Children account.


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Continued From Page One.
In addition to the elaborate
barbecue sites competitors will
have in place. organizers say
there will be professional enter-
tainment provided by the
Goodtime Band with former
Alabama star Jeff Cook: arts
and craft booths and even an
amateur barbecue contest com-
prised of local barbecue enthu-
siasts.
Local bands are also being
lined up to perform both days.
"We are expecting thou-
sands of people to attend our
first event both days. and are
confident it will be a huge suc-
cess." says Hall.
* The "backyard" barbecue
contest winners will be eligible
S to receive $100 cash prizes in
three different categories.
"Being associated with the
world class Memphis in May\
organization is a real honor."
sa\ s Hall.
Competitors in the %\hole
hog. shoulder and ribs cate-
gories make it to Memphis only
after competing and winning 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
television and has also been
spotlighted on the Food
Network during prime time
hosted by Al Roker. Other
shows which have featured the
Memphis event include, Good
Morning America, the TdodaN
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 bestowed on the
Memphis event in the 1990
Guinness Book of World,
Records and remains unchal-
lenged today.
Tickets are $4. Those inter-
ested in participating can con-
tact Suzy Gray at 475-0920 or
529-5333.

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Escambia as being a benefit to
citizens of both Santa Rosa and
Escambia Counties:" Cole says.
"That is wh\ we voted to
give mone1 to their project."
Ho\\ever. Cole is now %%%ill-
ing to step forward to help
Milton in making the skate park
a realir .
"When she came to us the
first time asking for our assis-
tance, she 'wanted a large
amount of none\.: Cole say s.
"No%\ the\ have'shown us
they have raised most of the
nioney themselves. "
Because of this fact, Cole
says he is; willing. pending
Board approval, to donate
$20.000 from his District 2
Recreation Fund toward the
project. :
,"I am also willing to, work
with Rep. Greg Evers to see if
we can get a matching grant
from the state," Cole added.
Cole says he will put the
issue on the Commissioners"
agenda for their next meeting so
the process can move forward.
Without the assistance of
the County Commission.
Milton has been able to raise
about $ 127,000 of the expected
$187,000 cost.of constructing
the facility.*
Commissioner Cole's offer
for assistance was good nes,
for Mayor Guy Thompson.
The fact that he is willing to
pitch in and help .is real good."
Thompson said.
"I think it is tremendous he
Is willing to do this and it will
put us a lot closer to making ,die
skate park a reality."
Supporters of the skate park
project have .had to come up
with alternative ways to help
raise funds.
These have included things
like going door-to-door, look-
ing for sponsors, selling t-
shirts, and holding yard sales to
try and help the city meet the
price tag.
The Commissioners' lack
of support for a Santa Rosa
County project to benefit Santa
Rosa youth left Lunsford con-
fused.


"I couldn't understand how
they could support a youth proj-
ect in another counts and
%wouldn't support something
that would benefit the youth
right here." Lunsford said.
Despite the past lack of
support from Countv
Commissioners. Thompson
sats there will be no preferen-
tial treatment given to city resi-
dents using the park as opposed
to county residents.
"A child is a child and if
the\ live an\ where in the
Milton area they w ill be wel-
come to use the park."
Thompson said.
The City Council's Skate
Park Committee was scheduled
to meet this morning at 8:30
a m. to discuss ongoing issues.
including financing, regarding
the facility.
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and include simple line dance
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A ci\Ll \Uar battle'
No. but for hundreds of
people gathered at Rivermalk
Park on Sarurdav who were
able to cheer the South rising
again. it %\as an interesting
spectacle.
It was all part of a "living
history" exhibit put on b\ the
Gulf Coast Living Historv
Association and the Gulf Coast
Ladies Gunboat Society.
The highlight of the battle
for those in attendance %as a
recreation of the epic naval bat-
tle between the ironclad ships
Monitor and Merrimack, also
kno\ n as the CSS Virginia.
The tv. o one-third-scale
ships. joined by the Yankee
natal party and the southern
troops on shore., fought it out
for almost a half hour to the
delight of onlooker,-.
Gasps and cheers from the
croid could be heard with
e\erY cannon and musket blast.
Shouts of "w ov" and "cool"
could be heard from young and
old alike %hen the guns thun-
dered aboard the mto ships as
the\ did battle % ith each other.


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Cars traveling the bridge
over the Blackw after Ri'er even
got into the spirit of the battle
bi honking their horns in
appro\ al.
Unlike the original mar-
itime battle that ended in a
draw, this versionn seeminglN
had southern forces ruling the
day
"That w\as amazing." said
Tom Scott \who hosted the
encampment on his mnerfront
property south of the board-
\'.alk.
"I'%e ne\er seen anything
like that. it w'as really interest-
ing.
The battle almost didn't
happen. however. because one
of the boats developed engine
problems after being stamped
bN the wake of a passing speed-
boat shortly after being put into
the never.
Buti. \'ith the assistance of
local resident L le Burkett. the
boat \'.as repaired and the battle



Flower Fest

starts Friday

3.- DEBORAH NELSON
'ress Gazette Staff Writer
Got a bare spot in the gar-
len?
Find the perfect plant,
long %nth tips on all things
botanical at the UnJiersit[ of
Florida's l1th annual Emerald
Coast Flow\er & Garden
Festival.
The e'ent starts Friday at
Pensacola Junior College's.
\hilton Campus.
The Untiersiry of Florida's
Student Club \ ill be on hand
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unring the three da\ e\ent.
The Festi\al begins Friday.,
ronm noon to 4 p.m.
Saturday and Sunday. event
ours are 10 a m. to 4 p.m.
Festival admission is free
mind open to the public.
Stori i ritteal by Deboral,
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w\as able to take place.
The boats, along width their
crews, were on loan from the
National Ciil \War Na\al
Museum at Port Columbus
located in Columbus. Georgia.
"W\e enjo.i doing these ci ilI
w\ar e\enis whenever w\e can."
said thle crev 's leader Jerr\
Franklin.
The small size of the boats
presents a challenge for those
v. ho wo-..rk onboard.
"When \ou get twI o people
inside the boat, it gets. pretty ,
tight." Franklin said.
"This e'ent 'as just the
beginning." said Scott.
"We hope to be able to have


events here on the Riheralk at
least every month, if not evern
,weekend"
According to Scott. addi-
tional events in the planting
stages include car and motorc' -
cle events, concerts, and e.en a
pirate festi al.
"W\e would like to do an
event '. here the pirates come in
b\ boat and take \ er the dov. n-
toI n area," Scott sa\s
Plans are already\ uniderwa\
to hold a ci\il \ar event again
ne\t \ear at the same location.

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A cannon battle between
Civil-War-era ironclads
(above) and authentic cos-
tumes (like this "Squid" to
the right) were just part of
the sights that met visitors at
last weekend's Civil War ren-
enactment along the banks
of the Blackwater River in
Milton. Officials hope to
have many other "interest-
ing" events along the river in
coming months. One such
idea would see "pirates"
land and "take over" the
downtown area of the
municipality.

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Thought I'd pass along
some info on ho\\ to get in
touch with some long lost
military pals. This locator
service is free to immediate
family members and federal
and state government offi-
cials. Extended family
members, civilian friends
and others must pay a non-
refundable fee of $3.50 by
check or money order
payable to U.S. Treasury.
Information needed: Full
name, assigned unit. retiree
or veteran with less than 20
years, and last known
address. More info provided
better/easier chance to
locate your pal.
Army: Retiree: Army
Reserve Personnel Center.
Attn: ARPC-VSE-VS.
9700 Pave Ave.. St. Louis.
M10 63132-5200.
No address for veterans
not serving a reserve obliga-
tion.
Navy: Retiree or veteran:
Navy Worldwide Locator.
Bureau of Naval Personnel
Pers-312, 5720 Integrity
SDrive. Millington. TN
38055-3120. Letters "ill be
forwarded if possible. You
can also call (9011 874--
3388. Recording 24 hours
per day. live assistance
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p.m., Central Time.
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Or call (210)565-2660(
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Marine Corps: The
Marine Corps is not able to
assist in locating former
Marines. Suggest .ou place
an ad in Leatherneck
Magazine. which has a
monthly feature called
"Mail Call" that includes
locator requests. No charge
and send it to: Mail Call
Editor.
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VA 22134.
. Coast Guard:
2 Commanding Officer
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KS 66683-3591. You can
call 1785.1 339-3415 or fax
requests to
(785. 339-3770.
Emergency locator:
Immediate family members
can contact the local chapter
Sof the American Red Cross
Sor call National Contact
Center toll free (80(0,)FED-
INFO. 800 333-4636.M-F,
8am -8pm Central Time.
Serve ice Organizations
may be able to provide
some assistance. The Navy
STimes will print short
notices for free from people
looking for old military
Friends. Send request to:
Times Letters, Attn:
L Locator, 6883 Commercial
Drive, Springfield, VA
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Also try the internet. It


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Gulf Wind
train collectors
to hold meeting
The Gulf Wind Chapter of
the Train Collectors of America
u ill have their quarter\ meet-
ing at S a.m.. April 2(006. at
the West Florida Railroad
Museum in Milton. FL. The
TCA was established in 1954
and has 60.000 members
nationwide. The wv.ork with
'0 gauge" primarily. but all
gauges of model railroad trains
are represented. After the
Business meeting ends at 10
a.m.. the\ open their tables and
expertise to the public. Several
members repair and restore
model trains. Admission is
FREE The Railroad Museum
is located at the Milton Depot
on SRC 191 (Henrm Sti. 3.5
miles north of Bagdad. For
more info please contact TCA
Chapter President Don
Sheppard at 675-4874.

Railroad
Swap Meet planned
The West Fla. Railroad
Museum Spring Open House &
Swap Meet %ill be on
Saturday. April 15. from 9 to 4
p.m. It is located in the historic
1909 Louist ille & Nash\ille
Depot in Milton. (SRC 191
North [Henry St.] 3-1 2 miles
north of Bagdad i. The museum
has vintage passenger and
freight cars. a waitingg room
and freight area with historic
memorabilia. and a gift shop.
Operating HO and G-Scale
iGardeni model layouts \\ill
operate throughout the da\.
There's even a chance CS\
"ill provide the "real thing' as
several trains normally pass the


Middle School students
from Kin NI MS and A\alon MS
recently competed in the 25th
Annual Milton Optimist Club
Speech Contest. The topic this
%ear ".as "Think Ounl of the
Best". and each studentt pre-
sented their o\w n thought on the
subject matter.
Parents and family mem-
bers, teachers and a panel of
judges all listened with interest
as each student presented a
brief 4-5 minute speech. For
these 6th. 7th and 8th grade
students, it ma\ ha\e seemed
like the longest -1 to 5 minutes
of the lives. But each speaker
ga\e interesting and thought
provoking speeches on the
given topic.
Winners of this year's con-
test are Taron Bright -AMSIi-
1st place in the Girls Di\ ision:
Ashle\ Fulmer iKMSIS-2nd
place and Britiney Sn\der
tAMSI-3rd place. In the Bo.ys
Di vision. Nathan Barnes


Quality It's
In our name
because it's.
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Depot on a daily bass.
Admission is FREE, Bring a
table and barter your "no longer
needed' rolling stock, track.
and train related items.
Hamburgers, hot dogs, chips
and sodas %kill be available for
a nonunal fee. It's an educa-
tional and fun day for the
' hole family. For further infor-
mation. call S50'587-2361 or
850/623-3645 (Fnr...Sat.i.

Spring
conference set
The West Florida
Genealogical Society w ill hold
its Spring Conference on
Saturday. April 1. 2006 at the
Vicker Community Center.
2131 Summit Boulevard.
Pensacola. Florida. Deanna D.
Ramse\ of Tallahassee ,.ill
present the program
"Computer Genealogy
Simplified." There is a registra-
tion fee of $35.00 per person,
$60.0)0 per couple. which
includes a continental break-
fast. lunch, and handouts.
Registration is 8:30-9 a.m.
Program is 9 a.m.-3 p.m.
Application forms ma\ be
obtained b\ going to our web-
site:
http 'tw rootsueb.con-t -
f]lfe's i~enconf06.html or by
contacting L. L. Scott 5'50-623-
2928.

Cemetery cleanup
this Saturday
The Bagdad Cemetery
Association will be hosting its
biannual community cleanup
beginning at 8 .m. Saturday,
April 1. in the historic Bagdad
Cemetery
The Bagdad Cemetery is
listed on the National Register


ANlSi-lst place. De\ante
Jefferson AMSi-2nd place.
and Christian Vaughan iAkMS i-
3Id place.
First place inneres each
receF ed a $1O Sa'o iitus Bond.
Second place, inner each
recei,.ed a $75 bond. and 3rd
place w% winners were each gi\en
a $50 Savings bond.
Judges for the contest %were
Tom Kennel. Jane Mitchell.
Mrs. Kenn\ McKa\. and C.
Youngblood. Olficial time-
keeper \\as Tal Alford. a long-
time Optimist member. A spe-
cial thank \ou \was extended to
teachers Je: ica Rowell
iKNISi. and Amy Musser and
Audre NMallet ANIMS for their
extra work m ith their students
Each ot these teachers took the
time to ,go beyond their regular
classroom duties and w,.ork
%with sce\eral students v ho are
learning the importance ot pub-
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to the contest w% winners! Thank


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more than 160 years of docu-
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The Bagdad Cemetery is the
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MHS
plans car wash
Milton High School \ill be
holding a Yard Sale & Car
Wash on Saturday. April 1.
2006 at the East Gate Plaza
adjacent to Churches
Chicken). It \ill begin at S
a m. until..
All proceeds go to NIHS
Project Graduation.

Hurry!
Only 500 tickets
The Roiarn Club of Milton
is no\\ in the process of selling
l00 tickets for a 42" Plasma
TV for only $20 each! A dra" -
ing \\ill be held on Aprd 25.
2006 to deternune the winner!
You ma\ purchase' a ticket
from any Milton Rotart mem-
ber or b\ calling Katie Lane at
981-3352 or Jimmie Melvin at
626-2632. All proceeds ,\\ill go
to charities in our community!
This is the first fundraiser for
the ne\\ h formed club


\on to everyone wxho helped
make this speech contest a fun
and positive e\ent!

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On January 15th, Robbie Davis got a severe pain in her abdomen. We sent her to
Sacred Heart by ambulance. This was in the early evening and we were there
until three a.m. They only found a slight kidney infection so they gave her /
medication for pain and a muscle relaxer and sent her home. Two days later
we went through the same thing. Two more days later this was repeated. Two
more days and the same thing except this was the fourth time in the same
week so her doctor admitted her to the hospital.
They began running tests and scans. They found that her bladder was ,
badly infected and surgery was a must. She spent over six hours in surgery.
They had to remove an ovary, her appendix, and her bladder. After the surgery\
the doctor came out and talked to us. He told us that he had found three areas -.
that he thought were cancerous but they were isolated and he thought they could
be taken care of by radiation, he would know more when the biopsy results got
back. This really was a shocker to us, we were not ready for this.
She spent four weeks in Sacred Heart and then transferred to Tandem House for about three weeks of
rehab. Then she was to start radiation treatments. Robbie seemed to be responding so well and we had
gotten over the shock, somewhat. We were looking forward to her coming home. We gave her room a
,makeover. Her uncle Bill Hall, and cousin John Coberly did most of the renovation. She had to give up
her apartment after eighteen years because she was no longer able to take good care of herself and moved
back home.
After two weeks in rehab, she got a kidney infection and the severe pain was back. They sent her back
.to Sacred Heart hospital. They ran an MRI and did other tests. Then they dropped the bombshell on us.
.The cancer had spread to her other organs and all they could do would be try to keep her pain free and
make her as comfortable as they could. It was too late for cancer treatments. This news almost did us in.
This was just about more than we could take. Robbie is aware of the situation but I'm not sure the entire
scope of things has sunk in yet. She is coping with the situation better than the rest of us. Her sister
Vicki, a retired nurse, is watching over her and doing most of the caregiving. Her other sister Mickey,
who is a teacher at Tate, is also lending a hand when she can.
Robbie and her sisters left for Disney in Orlando on March 26th for a few days of R&R. Robbie and
Vicki are going by Angel Flight and Mickey is going to drive the van with the lift in it so they will have
suitable transportation down there. Robbie was very excited about this trip.
Robbie has sang in churches, revivals, special events, and nursing homes in the area for forty years.
She has'been on national TV, local TV, and her ministry in music extends from Greenville, SC to Dallas,
TX from Tenneessee to South Florida. She has been in a wheelchair all her life. Her mother Lois Davis,
has been a very active part of her music ministry and taking care of Robbie.
We want to thank you for your prayers and support. We can't tell you what this has meant to us. It is
in God's hands now. You all have inspired us to continue when giving up was so near.
.By: Oscar Davis


NOTICE OF INTENT TO CONSIDER A MAP AND

TEXT AMENDMENTS TO THE SANTA ROSA

COUNTY COMPREHENSIVE PLAN

The Santa Rosa County Local Planning Board and Board of County Commissioners will conduct public
hearings to consider a map and text amendments to the Santa Rosa County Comprehensive Plan for inclu-
sion and transmittal to the Department of Community Affairs as part of the second of two (2 of 2) amend-
ment packages allowed by Florida Statutes in a calendar year. The hearings are scheduled as follows:

Local Planning Board (to consider and make a recommendation on the proposals):
Thursday, April 13, 2006 at 6:00 p.m.

Board of County Commissioners (to review the ordinances and consider transmittal of the proposed future
land use map and text amendments to the Department of Community Affairs):
Monday, May 8, 2006 at 6:00 p.m.

Both meetings will be held at the Santa Rosa County Administrative Center in the Board Meeting Room,
6495 Caroline Street, Milton, Florida. At the public hearings, the Local Planning Board and Board of
County Commissioners shall consider three (3) ordinances entitled as follows:

Ordinance No. 1: ,
AN ORDINANCE RELATING TO SANTA ROSA COUNTY, FLORIDA; AMENDING ORDI-
NANCE.2003-25; AMENDING THE FUTURE LAND USE MAP OF THE SANTA ROSA
COUNTY COMPREHENSIVE PLAN; CHANGING THE LAND USE CLASSIFICATION
FOR THE NAVARRE TOWN CENTER AREA AS DEPICTED ON THE ATTACHED MAP;
AMENDING POLICY 3.1 A.8; ALLOWING FOR MODIFICATION OF THE RESIDEN-
TIAL/COMMERCIAL MIX RATIO IN THE MIXED RESIDENTIAL/COMMERCIAL
FUTURE LAND USE CATEGORY FOR THE NAVARRE TOWN CENTER AREA; AND
PROVIDING FOR AN EFFECTIVE DATE.

Zoning District Amended- (no change)
Future Land Use Designation Amended: from Residential (approximately 64.2 acres) and Commercial
(approximately 65.5 acres) to Mixed Residential/Cpmmercial total approximately 129.7 acres.


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Ordinance No. 2:
AN ORDINANCE RELATING TO SANTA ROSA COUNTY, FLORIDA; AMENDING ORDI-
NANCE 2003-25; AMENDING THE FUTURE LAND USE AND HOUSING ELEMENTS OF
THE SANTA ROSA COUNTY COMPREHENSIVE PLAN; AMENDING POLICY 3.1A.8,
AMENDING THE AGRICULTURE, SINGLE FAMILY RESIDENTIAL, AND MEDIUM
DENSITY RESIDENTIAL FUTURE LAND USE CATEGORIES TO ALLOW DENSITY
BONUSES FOR workforce AND/OR affordable housing; AMENDING POLICY 5.1.A3,
ALLOWING DENSITY BONUSES FOR WORKFORCE AND/OR AFFORDABLE HOUSING
DEVELOPMENTS THAT MEET APPLICABLE CRITERIA; AND PROVIDING FOR AN
EFFECTIVE DATE.

Ordinance No. 3:
AN ORDINANCE RELATING TO SANTA ROSA COUNTY, FLORIDA; AMENDING ORDI-
NANCE 2003-25; AMENDING Chapter 10, THE Capital Improvements Element, Schedule
of Capital Improvements; AND PROVIDING FOR AN EFFECTIVE DATE.


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

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


Wednesday March 29, 2006


Local

Whiting's Health

Clinic provides quality care


By Lt. William D. Horcher,
NC
NBHC (NAS) Whiting Field

You've heard it before:
especially if you have lived
near a military healthcare facil-
ity: "Military medicine pro-
vides lackluster healthcare."
This isn't your Grand Dad's
Navy anymore.
Nothing could be further
from the truth... including that
care provided by Naval Branch
Health Clinic (NBHC) Naval
Air Station (NAS) Whiting
Field
NBHC Whiting Field pro-
vides the highest quality of pri-
mary outpatient medical care to
active duty personnel; military
retirees, and both of their fami-
lies enrolled in TRICARE
Prime; as well as other author-
ized beneficiaries on a space-
available basis.
The Department of Defense
even knows that Naval
Hospital Pensacola and its 12
branch clinics including NAS
Whiting are good. The area
command was named the No. 1
DoD medium-sized hospital
(and branch clinics) in the
nation for patient satisfaction.
"We are doubly blessed,"
says NH Pensacola
Commanding Officer, Captain
Matt Nathan. "We have the
finest staff in Navy Medicine
providing world-class health
care and the most supportive
and best community around.
Our staff never forgets for a
minute what an honor it is to
provide care for the men and
women and their families who
serve the military and protect
our way of life.
Additionally, the Whiting
clinic provides specialty refer-
rals, laboratory and x-ray serv-
ices, a full service pharmacy,
and other health-related servic-
es to include educational class-
es.
The Family Medicine
Department acts as the Primary
Care Manager (PCM) for
Active Duty family members
and retirees for both acute and
chronic ambulatory health
care, obstetrics-gynecology
and well-baby care, and pre"
ventive health care such as
school physical and immu-
nizations. Access to care is
through the appointment sys-
tem.
The average wait-time for
an appointment is less than one
day.
"When you look at the
parameters of our mission
requirements not only did we
do well... but you've got to


consider the extensive deploy-
ments our military personnel
have, and still are, going
through to protect our nation,"
continues Nathan.
"It is a real testament to our
staff and crew, considering that
our command has the highest
percentage of its staff deployed
in the Global War on
Terrorism," he says.
NH Pensacola and its clinics
have between 11-to-14 percent
of its staff deployed at any one
time compared to the overall
Navy medicine average of 4
percent. The hospital has per-
sonnel deployed in Iraq,
Afghanistan, Kuwait, Eastern
Europe, the Horn of Africa,
Cuba, and ships at sea.
"I have always had out-
standing service at the Whiting
Field Clinic," said military
family member Denise
Privette. "I usually always get
an appointment the same day
or the next. The staff is always
friendly and available to
answer my questions," she
said. "I have personally wit-
nessed the staff go above and
beyond their normal duties to
meet the needs of their
patients."
I In order to schedule an
appointment with any of
Whiting Field's Family
Medicine'providers, call 850-
505-7171 and ask to schedule
an appointment with your
Whiting clinic's PCM. This
telephone number can also be
used to speak to a Registered
Nurse to obtain health advice
or if you encounter difficulties
accessing care.
"I have been using the
branch clinic at Whiting Field
for the past six years," said
navy retiree Eugene Jackson.
"My wife, Cassandra, and
daughter, Nadia, also have
been using the clinic. I have
gotten everything I needed
from the clinic (including)
appointments the same day or
on short notice; and I have
never had to wait more than a.


day to get an appointment."
The Military Medicine
Department also provides the
highest quality of health care
to its Active Duty members
onboard NAS Whiting Field.
Specific health care provided
consists of routine sick call,
flight physical, and Periodic
Health Assessments for
Individual Medical Readiness
evaluations, eye exams and
full dental services.
NBHC Whiting Field also
provides Occupational Health
screening and evaluations by
its Occupational Health
Registered Nurse. For Active
Duty members who need an
appointment, they should call
850/623-7151 and for a flight
physical call 850/623-7152.
The clinic is able to provide
high quality care with virtual-
ly same day appointments.
There is however, an area of
health care that is limited.
Most people who see an
ambulance immediately think
of an emergency room.
Although the clinic operates
two ambulances, there are
very limited "emergency"
services the health clinic can
provide.
NBHC Whiting does not
have an Emergency Room.
Therefore, it is extremely
important that should you find
yourself in any emergency sit-
uation, call 911 immediately
or go to the nearest hospital
Emergency Room.
At NBHC Whiting Field,
our mission is Force Health
Protection. We train, sustain
and deploy to promote, protect
and restore the health of all
those entrusted to our care
anytime, anywhere... and
we're here for you!
"But the most important
award we win daily," contin-
ues the hospital's commanding
officer, "is the trust and confi-
dence of each person who
seeks our help," the com-
manding officer said. That is
our true measure."


NOTICE OF PUBLIC MEETINGS TO CONSIDER

A TEXT AMENDMENT TO THE SANTA ROSA

COUNTY LAND DEVELOPMENT CODE

The Santa Rosa County Local Planning Board and Board of County Commissioners will con-
duct public hearings to consider a proposed text amendment to the Santa Rosa County Land
Development Code. The hearings are scheduled as follows:

Local Planning Board (to consider and make a recommendation on the proposed amendment):
Thursday, April 13, 2006 at 6:00 p.m.

Board of County Commissioners (to review and consider adoption of the amendment):
Monday, May 8, 2006 at 6:00 p.m.

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

AN ORDINANCE RELATING TO SANTA ROSA COUNTY, FLORIDA; AMEND-
ING THE LAND DEVELOPMENT CODE ORDINANCE 91-24 AS AMENDED;
AMENDING SECTION 4.03.03 TO ESTABLISH REQUIREMENTS AND
DEVELOPMENT STANDARDS FOR PARKS AND RECREATIONAL AREAS IN
SUBDIVISIONS; AND PROVIDING FOR AN EFFECTIVE DATE.

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

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


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March 10 to March 19,2006
Part. Barbara Marie: Female;
29. 6141 Old Bagdad Hwy%..
Milton. FL- Vehicular Theft-
Grand 3rd Degree. 3'12"06
S Siler. Ste'en Baxter: Male:
41: 2551 Salamnca. Navarre.
FL: Probation Violation-Felony.
3,/11.106
Morales, Johnny: Male: 33-
9064 Collins A\e.. Miami
Beach. FL: DUI. DUI and
Property Damage 3/12/06
S \olfe. Jordan Leigh; Female:
21: 7537 Rexford St.. Navarre.
FL: Aggra\ Battery-Cause
t Bodily Harm or Disability
domestic \ violence i. 3/12/06
Dornish. Carol Ann: Female:
2:; 6288 Hamilton Bridge Rd.
Milton. FL: Possess Cocaine.
-:. Narcotic Equip-Possess and or
Use 3/11.'06
Langley. Zachjry Daniel:
Male: 22: 1857 Atv.ood Dr..
Pensacola. FL; Larc-Theft is


$300 or More But Less Than
$5.000. 3/10/06
Nowling, D\ ight Keith: Male:
39; 12200 Chumuckla H\i,..
Ja\. FL: Reckless Dmring 1st
Offense. Resist Officer-Flee
Elude LEO .itth lights Siren
Acute. Drise while e License
Susp 1st Offense. 3 10,06
Schiavo. Bobby Dale: Male:
26: 5525 Hummingbird Ci..
Gulf Breeze. FL: Kidnap Minor
Interfere \\.'Custody. 3 12.'06
St.edg, Mark Victor: Male: 45:
10225 Lake Rd. Milton. FL:
Probation Violation-Felony.
3,'12.'06
Stuart .Ir., William Ray: Male:
23; 2267 Janet St.. Navarre. FL:
Aggrav Battery-Offender
Knevi!Should Ha\e Known Vict
Pregnant idomesuc violence.
3/11 '06
Archie..Ir.. Charles: Male: 51:
6766 Old Hwv. 90: Milton. FL:
DUL. 3,'10:06
Buffkin, D\ain: Male; 56;
6160 Nine Mile Rd., Pensacola.


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FL: DUI. 3/10/06
Devault, Mark Ryan: Male: 24:
7857 Peggy Lane, Milton, FL:
DUI. 3.12/06
Pacetti, Carl Joseph: Male: 49;
5196 Lake End Road, Milton.
FL: DUI. 3,,12.06
Patrick. Van Allen; Male; 24:
5600 Fawn Ridge Dr.. Gulf
Breeze., FL: DULI. 312/06
Rusu, Eduard Ion: Male: 23:
416 Robin Rd.. Pensacola. FL:
DUI. 3/12/06
Sliers. Clifford E: Male; 26:
8362 Punjob Rd. Milton, FL.
DUI. 3/10/06
Williams, Jaime Allison:
Female: 28; 1,82 St. Marys
Ave., Gulf Breeze. FL: DLI.
3/11/06
Broxson, Guion Terry: Male:
28: 5816 Tanglev.ood, Milton,
FL: Fraud-False Owner Info
Pawned Items Less Than $300,
Larc-Theft is $300 or More But
Less Than $5.000. 3/13!06
Jones, Christopher Allen; Male:
33: 210 Brow ns Ave..


Crest\iev\, FL: Failure to
Appear for Felony Offense.
3/13/06
Lacy. Rhonda Dykes: Female:
-43: 5525 Hummingbird Ct.,
Gulf Breeze, FL: Failure to
Appear For Felony Offense.
3/13,06
Marshall, Dewayne Levette;
Male: 27: 1068 Trammell Bl\d..
Pensacola, FL: Aggrav Battery-
Cause Bodily Harm or
Disability3 domestic violence.
Kidnap-False Imprisonment-
Adult. Resist Officer-Obstruct
WiO Violence. 3.'13(106
Toney. Darren Creighton:
Male: 20: 10005 Calle De
Palencia. Navarre. FL: Batten-
Touch or Strike (domestic vio-
lence). Damage Prop-Crim
Mischief $200 and Under.
Burglary-Structure Conveyance
Unarmed \'WPerson Inside.
3/13,06
Messer. .Ir., William Newton:
Male: 19. 4304 Del Prado
Circle. Pace. FL: Burglary of


NOTICE OF CHANGE OF LAND USE

AND INTENT TO CONSIDER AN ORDINANCE

The Santa Rosa Counts Local Planning Board and Board of Count,, Comrnmissioners \ ill conduct public hearings to consider a change of land use and.or rezonmng of land areas depicted on the maps v.ihin this advertisement
The proposed map and te't amendment \%ill be considered for inclusion and transmittal to the Department of Community Afttairs as part of the second of two 2 of 2i amendment packages allowed b\ Florida Statutes in a cal-
endar \ear as follo,.,.s The hearings are scheduled as follow's:


Local Planning Board (to consider and make a recommendation on the proposals:


Thursday. April 13. 2006 at 6:00 p.m.


Board of County Commissioners 1to re% iewy the ordinance and .consider transmittal of the proposed future land use text and or map amendments to the Department of Cornmunit Affairs i:
Monday. Nla. 8. 2006 at 6:00 p.m.

Both meetings x ill be held at the Santa Rosa Count' Admirustrati'e Center in the Board Meeting Room. 6495 Caroline Street, Milton. Florida. At the public hearings, the Local Planning Board and Board of Count.
Commissioners shall consider the ordinance enutled:

AN ORDINANCE RELATING TO SANTA ROSA COUNTY. FLORIDA; AMENDING ORDINANCE 2003-25: AMENDING THE FUTURE LAND USE NIAPOF THE SANTA ROSA COUNTY
COMPREHENSIVE PLAN; CHANGING THE LAND USE CLASSIFICATIONS AS DEPICTED IN THE ATTACHED NIAPS; AMENDING ORDINANCE 91-24 AS AMENDED: CHANGING
THE ZONING DISTRICTS AS DEPICTED IN THE ATTACHED MAPS: APPROVING THE AMENDMENTS TO THE OFFICIAL ZONING MAP OF THE LAND DEVELOPMENT CODE
AS DEPICTED IN THE ATTACHED MAPS: AND PROVIDING FOR AN EFFECTIVE DATE.


Zoning Dist- ici Amended fromn RI Single FamuIly' Residenial District i to
R2 iMedium Denrit Residentia! Disrrctii total
apprco'.maiiel, 513 %2 acres
Future Land ULse Desgigrnaiorin mended: trorit Single iFamil Residential
to Medium Denrist, Resideniial approminaimel, 19 55 acres and
Coner,. auon.Recreaiini appro:,.imatel. 34 27 acres.


Zon ingn D-rinc[t -imeiid-jd itrn AG i Atgricul[ure Ditricn 1to PLD i Planned
Uinut De el.,pnmienl Dimiricti l.-al! appri.. 'ftiel., IS. 2 acres
Future Land UL Lie-ialir.,-in amended from A-kriLulturi. [. Single Famil.,
Re!denonal appi.r.ni.el 15- 4 acre- and C. eri- jilon Recreati.-ni ippro'.-
imatel, '3 I acrec


Zoning District.-imended from RI iSingle 'Famil Residential Ditrict, to R3
SMedium Hit- Density Residentiual District approx,:maely 5-IS aS acie-
Future Land Like Designationi Amended from Single Family Residential to
Residential approirmatel[ !.-4S acres


Zomrni Di.tmnit Amended Iron RI iSingle Farrul, Residental Disnicet to R2
iMediumrr Densiil Residential Ditarict appro:.\mately 7 3 acres
Future Land Use Deicgna-iion Amended from Single Famill Residential to
Medium Densit% Reidenuial appro.'imatel., 7 3 acres.


Zoning Disrnci Amended- from AG, Agnricult ure Distrric)i t' R I i Single Family
Residential Distnrict i appro.'mately 30 acres
Future Land Lise Designation Amernded from AMriCulture to Smgle Famil,
Reiderniual ppro.,imatel;. 31- acres


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Z..,,a, DDom. A.-i,,e,_edJtfrom.AG \I agriculture Disttril to RI Single
Family RtsidentralDistrict approximately iSO acres.
Fuurre Lii,, ,. O I ,iDr,,..;, *,.,u1,de f1rom t.4giculmnire to Singli Family


Zonirng Di-rLt -kric-de..1 fr.:,r. i AtLJlliu.e Dsi'tiien [i. HCD VHih. ., ZOi.il-r ii Drtci Armended lioim M\ i -agenculture Disincui to R2 iNlediurn
Cornfm.rcia De. cl:.pmentr D. triiLi i Deniit, Re-.dential Dinitcli appro'.imatcel, 105. acres
Furure Land L.i.e Degniiorin -.mernded from rr,ActCulrure Lt:. Commercial- Future Land Lise Deignation Amended from Agriculture to Medium Deni;:,
appi.: mcii 2e! 3 a re Re.idenhial appro'imrarel, .i5 acres.


Z.:.ii.r., D rI[.' -m er.Jed3 tr.-ni C \i A n. u!rur D irtn:, ti HCD iHgfig Z:r..r.g D i ctl .Amended Ilro:rr. G i(Ag i riculiure Distnr arnd RIM Nilh.ed
Commercial Development District) ippi...imar i' 1.12 acres and'R2 .Residential Subdivision District) to HCD i High- a., Commercial District) -
,(Medium Density Residential District) approximately 15.50 acres, approximately 10.28 acres.
Future Land Use Designation Amended: from Agriculture'to Commercial- Future Land Li e Dena.oni -rn,:-r,.ed: from Agriculture and Single Family
approximately 1.12 acres and Medium Density Residential approximately Residential to Commercial approximately 10.28 acres.
15.50 acres.


" Zoning District Amended: from RRI (Rural Residential Single Family
District) to HCD (Highway Commercial District) total approximately 15.5
acres. NOTE: This request was recommended for denial by the Local Planning
Board at their October 13, 2005 meeting and will not be reconsidered at the
above noted April Local Planning Board meeting. However, the Board of
County Commissioners will consider the recommendation and make a decision
on the request at the May 8, 2006 meeting noted above.
Future Land Use Designation Amended: from Single Family Residential to
Commercial approximately 15.5 acres.


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

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


Structure Con% evance Unarmed
W.'O Person Inside. Vehicular
Theft Grand 3rd Degree.
3'13,06
Saxon, Shannon Clay ton: Male:
46; 6379 Old Pollard Rd.. Jay.
FL: Probation Violation-Felon\..
3. 13.06
Brown, Brandon Keith: Male:
35; 6436 HI'\. 90. Milton. FL:
Probation Violation-Felony.
Possess Cocaine, Narcotic
Equip-Possess And Or ULse
3.14/06
Czo,,ski, Trisha Lachelle:
Female: 21; 14511 Trisha Ln.
Tomball. TX: Barbiturate
Purchase Schedule II or III or
IV, Marijuana-Possess Not
More Than 20 Grams. DUI
Alcohol or Drugs 2nd Offense.
3.14/06
Demperio, John Thomas: Male;
49; 6 Elderkin Ave.. Camillus.
NY: Out of State Fugiti\e From
Justice. 3/14'06
K&ily, Robert Tro\: Male: 35:
6922 Sea Turtle Circle.


Na% arre. FL: Probation
Violation-Felonx. 3 14'06
Moon. Vicki L\ nn: Female: 38:
88\V Main St.. NMilan. MI:
Drile While License Susp.
Resist Officer Obstruct B\
Diseuised Person. Drugs-
Possess Cntrl Sub W 0
Prescription. DUI. 3.14.06
Sluller. Thomas Anthon\:
Male: 41: 201 Pensacola Beach
Rd, Gulf Breeze. FL: Probation
\iolat ion-Felon\. 3.14/06
Chaisson, Tina Louise: Female:
37: 6775 Deena Ln. Na\arre.
FL: Batter. Touch or Strike.
Burgl Structure Conveyance
Unarmed \\ Person Inside.
3,13/06
Hockenburv, John Frances.
Male: 41, 8950 Echo Ln.
Milton. FL; Probation
Violation-Felony. 3.'14'06
Scott. Justin Daniel: Male: 32:
4909 \ondel Ln. Baton Rouge.
LA. Bail Secured Bond-Failure
to Appear for Felony Offense.
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Wednesday March 29, 2006


We commend our physicians for



their dedication and commitment


to our communi


Allergy
Thomas Westbrook, M.D.
Anesthesia
Dan Carey, M.D.
Orlando Garcia, M.D.
Peter McIver, M.D.
David Simpson, M.D.
Cardiology
Marcelo Branco, M.D.
Joseph Cherian, M.D.
Jose Guitian, M.D.
Ray Marling, M.D.
David Miles, M.D.
Daniel Phillips, M.D.
Samuel Parker, M.D.
Paul Tamburro, M.D.
ENT/Head & Neck Surge
Jack Kotlarz, M.D.
Michael Rinaldi, D.O.
Emergency Medicine
Lanway Ling, M.D.
Scott Morrison, DO
Huy Nguyen, M.D.
Patrick Pettengill, M.D.
Robert Ruth, M.D.
Stephen Stefano, M.D.
William Tyndall, M.D.
Michael,Williams, M.D.
Family Practice
Manuel Abendan, M.D.
Harold Barrett, D.O.
Cory Brown, D.O.
Jonathan Fountain, M.D.
Joseph Fountain, D.O.


Anju Garg, M.D.
P.K. Garg, M.D.
Adnan Khan, M.D.
Lisa King, M.D.
Matthew Kinzelman, M.D.
Bach-Uyen LeThi, M.D.
Janet Lewis, M.D.
Dennis Mayeaux, M.D.
Joel Rudman, M.D.
Angeli Saith, M.D.
George Soliman, M.D.
Bruce Young, M.D.
Gastroenterology
Wayne Adkisson, M.D.
Michael Fry, M.D.
Fares Hakim, M.D.
Patrick Reilly, M.D.
Alex Rusynyk, D.O.
?ry Mounzer Soued, M.D.
Infectious Disease
J. Sidney Clements, M.D.
David Daley, M.D.
Jay Erickson, M.D.
Internal Medicine
Moudar Alshazley, M.D.
Lorna Cabreros, M.D.
Zaher Kalaji, M.D.
Nydia Ros, M.D.
Sal Vernali, M.D.
Nephrology
George Antonious, M.D.
Edward Friedland, M.D.
Humam Humeda, M.D.
Maged Nashed, M.D.
Clyde Pence, M.D.
Linda Lee-Stallings, M.D.


Katharina Meyer, M.D.
Ronald Wiles, M.D.'
Neurology
Michael Shawbitz, M.D.
Obstetrics & Gynecology
Michael Barber, M.D.
Editha Bielitz,,M.D.
Michael Coyle, D.O.
Sue George, M.D.
Dina Navarro, D.O.
Oncology
Mark Boatright, M.D.
Ranjith Dissanayake, M.D.
David Mann, M.D.
Orthopedic Surgery
Christopher Bookout, M.D.
Michael Hartsfield, M.D.
Peter Szymoniak, M.D.
Pain Management
Robert Sackheim, M.D.
Pathology
Elizabeth Benson, M.D.
Gary Cumberland, M.D.
Christine Dorvault, M.D.
Charles Farmer, M.D.
Charles Mayfield, M.D.
Chi Kim Nguyen, M.D.
David Nicholson, M.D.
James Thomas, M.D.
Pediatrics
Luis Ghiglino, M.D.
Lelia Montes, M.D.
Michelle Page, M.D.


John VanOstenbridge, M.D.
Mylene Victoriano, M.D.
Ronald Victoriano, M.D.
Jennifer Zimmerman, M.D.
Podiatry
Paul Hilbert, DPM
Grace Torres-Hodges, DPM
Psychology
Heidi Donovan, PhD
Pulmonology
James Fay, M.D.
Jack Obeid, M.D.
Mark Scott, M.D.
Radiology
Thomas Ballard, M.D.
James Barnes, M.D.
Patricia Hambley, M.D.
Ancil Lindley, III, M.D.
James Watson, M.D.
General Surgery
Robert Althar, M.D.
Andrew Kramer, M.D.
Pamela Schurman, D.O.
Urology
Howell Martin, M.D.
Joseph Plunkett, M.D.
Eduardo Puente, M.D.
Mark Wehry, M.D.
Vascular/Thoracic Surgery
Scott Hannum, D.O.
Stephen Myers, M.D.
Donald Netherland, M.D.


Santa Rosa Medical Center

would like to recognize area

physicians who help make

ours a healthy community.


SANTA ROSA

MEDICAL CENTER

Second To None

6002 Berryhill Road, Milton Florida 850-626-SRMC(7762) www.srmc.cc


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Public Workshops to Discuss Revisions to
the Land Development Code related to the
Minor Subdivision Exemption

The Sahta Rosa County Community Planning, Zoning and Development
Division invites you to participate in public workshop to consider revisions to
the Santa Rosa County Land Development Code related to the Minor
Subdivision Exemption. The Workshops are scheduled as follows:

Tuesday, March 21, 2006; 1:00 p.m.
Thursday, March 30, 2006; 1:00 p.m.
Thursday, April 6, 2006; 1:00 p.m.
Thursday, April 13, 2006; 1:00 p.m.
Public Services Media Room
6051 Old Baghdad Hwy, Suite 202
Milton, Florida 32583

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


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Aaron,
Eva Jeanette
Eva Jeanette Aaron, age 66.
went to her heavenly home
Sunday, March 26. 2006. No
more pain. Finally at rest.
Ms. Aaron %\as a bus driver
%with the Escambia CountN
School system for over 18
years. She was preceded in
death by a grandson-
Christopher Aaron.
MNs. Aaron is survived by
her former husband-Dewey
Aaron: son -Jimnrm Dean
(Paulai Aaron. and their chil-
dren-Joshua. Jonathan,
Justin. Donovan, and Dale of
Summerdale. AL: son -
Thomas Allen ILindal Aaron.
and their children--Michael
Allen. Samantha and Bristal;
son-Jeffrey Wade (Theresa)
Aaron. and their children
Ashleigh, Holley, and
Matthew: and daughter-
Karen Marie iTerry) Dean, and
their children- Amii and


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ACT/SAT
Workshops planned
\\orkshop to assist students
in the Santa Rosa And
Escambia County High
Schools v ho will be taking the
May 6th and June 3rd Tests and
the June 10th ACT Tests will be
held in Gulf Breeze. Alice Hart
will conduct the classes. The
workshopp \\ill provide approx-
imatel .12 hours of instruction.
This \workshop will consist of 5
sessions.
Workshop dates ,and times
are as follow s:
Tuesday, May 2: 6-8 p.m.
Wednesday, May 3: 6-8
p.m.
Thursday. Ma 4: 6-8 p.m
Monday. ,May 8: 5:30-8:30
p.m.
Tuesday May 9: 5:30-8:30
p.m.
Registrations for this 'work-
shop must be postmarked bv
\ednesdaN. April 19. 2006.
Registration forms ha,,e
been taxed to the area high
schools. AU materials, snacks
and drinks are furnished.


Students will need to bring cal-
culators. If you have anN ques-
tions, please contact Mrs. Hart
Sia email.
Amhartl966@aol.com or call
her cell (615) 585-2401 or
i850g 932-9761. The best w\a)
to reach Mrs. Hart is via email
or cell phone. If you call, leave
a clear message including you
name. phone number, e-mail
address and or fax number so
Noui call can be returned or
contact your high school
Guidance Department.
This will be the final work-
shop for the 2005-2006 school
year. The 2006-2007 school
year %workshops will begin in
September. Watch for future
announcements.

Country
Line dance planned
On the first Saturday of
every month, the Milion High
Band Boosters are sponsoring a
Country3 W\estern Line Dance at
the Milton Communit. Center
with one hour of lessons at the
beginning.


Our next dance is Saturday.
April 1st at 7:30 to 11. From
7:30 to 8:30 Jeanelle & Harxey
KingrN 'ill teach a fe%% simple
line dances. Then from 8.30
until I1, country music will be
played and e\er one just
enjoy s and dances and has fun.
All ages are welcomee .
Couples, singles. and families
- This is a great w\ a) to spend
Saturday night out!
The cost is a $5 donation for
the evening (special $15
admits for 4 people). Proceeds
\till go to the Milton High
School Band Boosters to help
replace and/or repair instru-
ments and purchase uniforms.
etc...
It's at the Milton
Community Center. located at
5629 Byrom Street (next to
Rhodes ESj in Milton.
For questions and or more
information. please call
Har\ey & Jeanelle Kingry atv!
623-4235 or David Stevens at
626-2664. Also. check out
% i%\ % .miLht\ blackandgold co
m for photos. and directions.


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Help prevent damage from bark beetles,
diseases, and wildfire through practices
that promote healthy pines.


* Thin dense pine stands.
* Control understory
plant competition.
* Minimize tree wounds
during harvests.


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* Use prescribed fire.
* Harvest low-vigor
stands and replant.
* Plant species right
for the soil and site.


A message from the Florida Department
of Agriculture and Consumer Services,
Division of Forestry, the University of
Florida/IFAS, and the USDA Forest Service.


Kodie: her sister-Jert
Chamberlain; brother-Timn
Graham: nieces- Kay
Starkweather. Kathy Camacho,
Shell\ Rueb. and Adriene
Trawvick; nephews-Randy
Anderson. Brad Odom and
Keith Graham: sixteen grand-
children; additional grandchil-
dren-Jerem). Angel and
Kevin Rogers: two great-
grandchildren: and Aunt-
Frances Dozier.
Funeral services %%ill be
1:30 p.m., Wednesday. March
29, 2006 in the Let is Funeral
Home Chapel v.ith Rev. Brad
Odom officiating. Burial %%ill
follow at Bay View Memorial
Park \with Lewis Funeral Home
directing. Visitation %\as 6-S-
p.m., Tuesday, March 28. 2006
at Lewis Funeral Home Chapel
in Milton. Grandsons will be
pallbearers.

Thompson,
Ellener Matthews
1925 2006
"On Sunday. March 26,
2006. our dearly loved Mom,
Ellener i Mlatthe\ s') Thompson,
age 80, left our arms and went
to the waiting arms of her Lord
and Savior, Jesus Christ. Mom
\\as born on December 27.
1925. to John and Eva (Wardi
Matthew s, of Milion. FL."'
Mrs. Thompson was a
native and lifelong resident of
Santa Rosa County. She was a
lifetime member of the East
Side Baptist Church.
She was preceded in death
b\ her husband of 58 years-
Harley K. Thompson and t\wo


daughters Patricia Ann
Thompson, and Rose Marie
Thompson.
Mrs. Thompson is survived
by four sons-Jerry iKaroni
Thompson of Milton. J.R.
iSandra) Thompson of Pace.
Kenny Thompson of Milton
and Schawn i Shannon'
Thompson of LA. three daugh-
ters-Irene Weaver of Milton,
Eva Maizun of Milton. and
Pamela iGeorgei Pfeiffer of
Tindall Air Force Base: tiwo
sisters-Lonnie Mae Bow en of
Alaska. and Mona (Jacki Land
of Ocala. FL: three brothers-
Carl Matthews. Dewve( IDoti
Matthews and LarrN .Lnni
Matthews, all of Milton: grand-
children K i mberl
Thompson. Micheal Pfeiffer.
Joshua Pfeiffer. and Brantle)
(Paltil Nesenson; numerous
great-grandchildren. nieces.
nephew s. special cousins.
friends, and her special family
at East Side Baptist Church.
Funeral services for Mrs.
Thompson w ill be held at
10:00 a.m.. Wednesday. March
29, 2006 at the Lewis Funeral
Home Chapel in Milton with
Re\. Jim Liberacki officiating.
Burial will follow in the
Hickory Hammock
Community Cemetery with
Lewis Funeral Home directing.
Active pallbearers will be Jerry
Thompson. J.R. Thompson,
Kenny Thompson. Brantley
Nesenson. Michael Pfeiffer.
and Joshua Pfeiffer. Honorary
Pallbearers \ill be George
Pfeiffer, Carl Matthews.
Dewey Matthe\\s. and Larry
Nlatthews.
The family v. ill receive


friends from 6 to S p.m. on
Tuesday March 28. 2006. at
the Lewis Funeral Home
Chapel in Milton.

Norris, William
B. "Sonny"
1932-2006
W\illiam B "Sonny" Norris,
age 73, of Pace. passed away
on Wednesday. NMarch 26, 2006
in a local nursing facitlt\. Mr.
Norris \ as born in Louis\ille.
Kentucky and has resided in
the Northwest Florida area
since 1937. He \as retired
from the U.S. Air Force with
over 20 years of service. He
served in the Korean Conflict
and the Vietnam War. He had
also retired from the County
Road Department.
Mr. Norris is survived by
two brothers-Jerr\ Sulli\an
of Jackson' ille, FL. and Da% id
Norris of Pensacola: Aunt-
Louis (Bob) Barrett of
Pensacola: Uncle-Al' in
(Ph llisi Norris of Applegate.
CA: special friend-Lu
Roukema of Pensacola:
Special Caretaker and friend-
Ken Barrett of Pensacola, and
man\ cousins. other relatives
and friends.
Funeral Services for Mr.
Norris will be held at 11 a.m.
on \\ednesday. March 29.
2006. graveside, at the
Strickland Cemetery. Military
Honors w ill be pro, ided b\ the
United States Air Force Honor
Guard.
Lew is Funeral Home of
Milton is in charge of arrange-
ments.


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IrI THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE FI RT LIUDICiL CIR.
CUIT Ir] ArIO FOR .5jTA
ROSA COLIlIT FLORIDA
C a e Nc.:- ,,.2 9.I .E R

Den., M i.?gri S

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Hertreri Nn.al'i
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NOTICE OF ACTION FOR
DISSOLUTION OF MAR-

TO Hert.en Cr.,.09I
48:188 P.r. BroCl. PicaC Pace
FL i57i
iC'U AFE IJOTIFIED ihI an
scion rast: been ed a.ga.ri
)ou anmd irnal Cu 3re reQuirr'
lo -er-.6 a , .p, l1 -tour wImner.
delenr.:s I an l .i crn Daenire
Krngnil. w rozre addreSS li 55,,9
Sunk.-iSed C'.r.le Pace FI
32571 on oi.r bel.:.rc 4-li-06,
an.rd ri l ihe or- alni wrn ir.e
clril- oI In., Coun 3at rE85
Caroire Sireel Minor. FL
32570 elore en.r.ce ,or.
Peahioner or irr.meAI.,aliy


ihne,'anEr If you fail to do so,
a default may be entered
against you for the relief
demanded In the petition.
Copies of all court docu-
ments In this case, Including
orders, are available at the
Clerk of the Circuit Court's
office. You may review these
documents upon request.
You must keep the Clark of
the Circuit Court's office
notified of your of your cur-
rent address. (You may file
Notice of Current Address,
Florida Supreme Court
Approved Family Law Form
12.915.) Future papers In
this lawsuit will be mailed to
the address on record at the
clerk's office.
WARNING: Rule 12.285,
Florida Family Law Rules of
Procedure, requires certain
automatic disclosure of doc-
uments and Information.
Failure to comply can result
In sanctions, Including dis-
missal or striking of plead-
ings.
Daid 3 16E* i6


CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT
COURT
CIRC LUIT CURT :EALL
By R.,.:r ll Lec.:.-.3ra
DepuiA ClerF

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REQUEST FOR PROPOS-
ALS FOR ENGINEERING
SERVICES
SHORES OF SANTA ROSA
COMMUNITY DEVELOP-
MENT DISTRICT
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COf.M.1UtIir' l DEVELOP.
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Garden Club awards


March Community Pride


The Milton Garden Club is
pleased to present the
CommuhiLt Pride a\\ard for
March Homes to Ed and Kathy
Nettles, of 7836 Petersen Point
Road. in Milton. The yard and
landscaping \\ere devastated
b\ Hurricane Iban: however
the\ ha\e tnumphed o\er the
storm. The St. Augustine grass
\cas replaced. along %\ith
reestablishing plants and
shrubbery throughout the 'Nard
A beautiful tropical appeal is
accomplished xcith the \\el!-
posinoned palms accented b.\


Left to right Erie Cabaniss,
Douglas.


\ariegated ginger. agapanthus,
and iris. A white sand> beach.
which meets Ward's Basin pro-
vides a peaceful and relating
setting. Unique \ard art blends
in nth the entire decor. Lots of
care. Iloe. and hard ccork \\ere
required to create such a beau-
tiful \ard.
The Milton Garden Club
Communmt Pride A\%ard for a
business has been Qi\en to the
Ste e Douglas State Farm
Insurance acenct located at
6373 H%\ )0 in Milton. Ste\e
has been in business for ti\el\e


Nears and has maintained a
beautifully decorated land-
scape. in spite of our storms
over the past t\\o years
Featured in[ the landscape are
several cone shaped holly
bushes. \ luch pro\ ide a home
to various birds in the spring
season. Steve and the State
Farm group enjo\ catching the
birds build nests and feed their
youngg until the\ are able to fly
a\\a;. Thank \ou Ste\e for
maintaining an attractive build-
ing and beautiful landscaping
in our community ,


Michal Smith, Brian Threat, Margarete Hamm, Dolores Der, and Steve


3 FAMILY Yard Sale
Furniture, clothes,
jewelry, videos,
colleclables. Friday &-
Saturday 8am until .
12pm. 6428 Spruce .
Street N87, Lett at
Oakland & Left at
Spruce.

BIG GARAGE
SALE New Oueen



nice kids clothes.
ladies dresses.
blouses Some new great
prices Sheets.
towels, cassette player
Big selection of
plants, $3.00 or 2 for
$5 00 and much
more. Don't miss it!
Friday & Saturday
from 7am until ?
5153 Bent Tree Rd.
off of 87 South.

CARPORT SALE
Thurs 03/30 & Fn
03/31 4704 Shell
Rd, Milton (off Hwy
90) Starts ai-7.30 -...
am

COMMUNITY
YARD SALE Chan-
lilly Way/Chantilly
Cicle Subdivision
Saturday, April tst
from 6 30am until
'02512746

END DATE Bush &
Del Monte canned
goods 4/51 & lots
more' JSB Rowland
Grocery. Sale in
back. 6413 Renee
Circle, Milton Thurs
03/30 through
Sun 04i02
8arri-8pprr

ESTATE SALE- 50
years of collecta-
bles Salurday, April
151 for daylight til
dark. 8681 AD
McCall Rd off of
Allentown Hwy, SR
182.


ESTATE SALE Fur-
niture, 32" TV &
bunches oa stufl!
5467 Westwood Dr.
Milton Fri 03/31 8
Sat 04/01 Rain or
shine!

FAMILY GARAGE
SALE Friday, 03/31
& Saturday.04/01
7am-""7740
Rustlinq Pine Dr.
Furniture, tools, sprtlinmg
goods & kids
clothes. Lots cit slutff

GARAGE SALE
March 31st & April
1st trom 7am until
2pm. 4431 Pace
Lane,. Pace

GARAGE SALE Fri-
day, Mai:h 31st and
Saturday. April 1st
from Sam until ipm.
5391 Alabama
Street Steieo.
Fisher Speaker System,
desk, jewery and tile
cabinets

GARAGE SALE
Furniture, kitchen
items, skates,
children's clothing
(excellent conditionI,
pet cage, 2500 Wantt
generator and many,
many other items
Saturday, Apnil 1st
7am until ? 3021
North 20th Avenue
off ol Delmonte.

GARAGE SALE
pack-rats garage
sale everything must
go Fri-Sat 3'31-4/)01
8am lill 3pm 5292
Sand Miguel St.

GIANT YARD SALE
Friday Sunday
from 7am until
','4208 Burbank
Drive. Milton

MULTI-FAMILY
GARAGE SALE Rain
or shine. Saturday .
April 1st 6665
Martin Road, Milton trom
7am until "


INSIDE YARD
SALE Friday and
Saturday from 8aam
until 4pm 6208 Hwy
90 across trom
Beall's. Multi-lamily,
furniture. tools,
clothes and other
rrmiscellaneous
items


MOVING SALE
5637 Trevino Drive,
Milton, Tanglewood
West, Saturday,
April 1st Irom 7am
until 12pm Tools,
household items,
crafts and
miscellaneous items.


NEIGHBORHOOD
YARD SALE
Saturday, March 1st
8am-2pm
Ridge Point Dr toft
of Hwy. 90 in Pace
Champion Rent-All
on corner


RELAY FOR LIFE
Yard sale at Hickory
Hammock Baptist
Church Pavillion,
Saturday, April 1st
from 7am until
12pm.

RELAY FOR LIFE
YARD SALE Pre-K
Friends For
Freedom is having a yard
sale on Saturday,
04/01 on the corner
of Mary St. 8 Hwy.
90 7am-1pm All
proceeds support the
American Cancer
Society

YARD SALE
Frn.-Sat. 3/31-4/1
t v., lawn mower,
clothes, dishes, pots
& pans, curtains,
pillows 4308 Willard
Norrs R d 7am until


YARD SALE Saturday.
April Ist trom
Sam until 12pm
*5638 Windham
Road, Milton. Books,
furniture and
clothing included.

YARD SALE 4288
Third Street oft of
Diamond Streelt in
Pace by Chel's
Seafood Saturday and
Sunday Irom 7am
untl 2pm in baci-
vard. Gas stove.
dishwasher, glass
and leather dinnette-
set, dresser, rwin
bed and 2 couches.
Lols of miscella-
neaous items with
cheap prices.

YARD SALE
Escambia Shores on
DeLuna Way -
Multi-Family. April 1sl
from 7 30am until ?
Baby itmes and
clothes, furniture,
ect..

YARD SALE Friday
from 8am until 2pm
at 6513 Winston
Brown Rd. Antiques,
toys, glassware,
tapes, shoes, crafts,
canopy and shelves.

YARD SALE March
31st and April 1st
from 8am until
12pm. Hooshier
cabinet, antiques,
dishes, silver
teapots, old sewing
machines, plants and
more. 939 Avalon
Blvd. near Garcon
Bridge.

YARD SALE Satur-
day, April 1st, from
9am until ? Baby
clothes and
miscellaneous items. 5278
Lakewood Drive,
Milton.


Ed and Kath\


Nettles are sho\\n in front of their Peterson Point Road home.


Advertise your business or

skill with us! Call today

for details 623-2120


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r ln...r, L.r .. 5541 Alabama Street
Minor Subdivision Exemption Workshop April 6 1.'00 p.m.
6051 Old Bagdad Hwy., Milton
Conference Room
Z..n;.-.; E...rJ .- .ju.-Ti,:r.,r April 6 5:30 p.m.
Cc.,r..r.i: -.*'r Committee April 10 .9:00 a.m. '
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Local Planning Board
Aviation Advisory
Library Advisory
Commission Committee
Utility Board
Law Library Meeting
Administrative Judge's Chambers
Santa Rosa County Courthouse
Local Mitigation Strategy Meeting
Emergency Operations Center
4499 pine Forest Rd., Milton
Emergency Services Advisory Committee
Bagdad Historical Architectural Advisory Board


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Kornerstone


Mission Conference scheduled for Friday


through Friday at Christ UMC


Christ United Methodist Church
will hold its annual Missions
conference Friday. March 31st
through Sunday., April 7th
Activities w ill begin at 6 p.m.
FridaN with a fish fr. followed
by presentations by Pastor
Nolberto Vivas and lus wife


The Nlaster's Men Quartet and
Rose Gilley & Southern
Heritage will be in concert
Friday, Friday. March 31. The
singing begins at 7 p.m. at the
Gulf Breeze United Methodist
Church located at 101
Nightingale Lane in Gulf

Spring Festival at
The annual Spring Festival of
the First Pentecostal Church of
Bagdad will be held Saturday,.
April 1st from 7 a.m. to 3 p.m.


Cobbtot\n Holiness Church.
located at 4700 Greenwood
Road. Jay. FL is ha% ing a Yard
Sale.Bake Sale on April Sth
startling at 7 a.m. until...
Proceeds \ ill go for the church
building fund. Coffee and


v-w* ~


Powerful Easter Musica
the knee" presentation
Pine Terrace Baptist
%% ill present a captis atin
dramatic musical. "B
Knee." put on by mer
the Pine Terrace Cel
Choir and Drama Tea
mo\ ing musical w ill be
April 8h and 9th at 6
and is free and open to
lic. Pine Te'rrace i' loI
6212 Pine Blossom I
Milton. "This product
%wonderful and heart


your


Irlanda, both pastors in the
Methodist Church in Ecuador.
Brunch is at 9 a.m. Saturday
followed by sharing %with the
Vivas'. Bishop Larry
Goodpaster and Re%. George
Holcombe from the General
Board of Global Ministries.


E ern one \ ill re-gather
Saturday night at 6 p.m. for a
baked potato bar followed by a
presentation by Rev. Holcombe.
Breakfast is Sunday at S a.m.
Sunday School follows at 9 a.m.
\with the Visas' and Re\
Holcombe teaching the adult


Breeze. A S5 donation is
accepted at the door. Children
under the age of 12 are admitted
free. A nurser, \\ill be provid-
ed.
For more information call
Diane Padgeti at (850n 225-
0234. -

1st Pentecostal
Everyone is Welcome to come
out and enjoy the day with us!
There iIll be fun and food for
all!


doughnuts "ill be sold in the
morning, and spaghetti dinners
at lunchtime. For further infor-
mation contact Pastor Jim
Lassiter at 675-67 15 or Deacon
Bill Morgan at 675-4282.


"Bow the
Knee", a power-
ful Easter
presentation
al, "Bow rendition of the Easier story and
has vibrant special effects and
Church scenery. This musical presents a
ig Easter true message and meaning of
3o%% the Easter regarding the death and
nbers of resurrection of Jesus Christ as
ebration seen through the eyes of a
m. This Roman Centurion," says Scott
* held on Small. Minister of Music at
1:00 p.m. Pine Terrace Baptis-t Church.
the pub- For more information on Pine
cated at Terrace or for more details ori"
Road in the Easter'Musical, call 1850)
ion is a 623-3954. Visit our website at
'. arming w% w \ .ptbc.org


classes. Finally Bishop
Goodpaster will lead in the 101
a.m. worship service as faith
promise will be made for the
coming year's missions. All are
w elconle.


Spring time Fish
Fry & Rummage
Sale
Its Spring! Everyone at the
New Testament 'Church on
Glover Lane in Milton is so
excited about spring that they
are ha' ing a Spring Fest on
Saturday, April I1st beginning at
8 a.m. Fish \\ill be fried and all
the trimmings xill be made!
,Also planned is a large rum-
mage sale with clothes, furni-
ture. toys and appliances. Oh!
Don't forget there x\ill be baked
goodies on hand! Come on out
for some fellow ship .and
y-umrm food!


Special Friend Day celebration


West Florida Baptist Church
would like to invite you to a
Special Friend Da\ Ser ice at
10 a.m.. Sunday. April 2. A
'free dinner' on the grounds
will follow the morun'g ser-


\ice! Everyone is welcome to
attend the services! Please call
623-8984 if you have any ques-
tions. The church is located
next to Soxwell Funeral Home
on Highway 90 See you there!


Dinner & Gospel Sing is Friday!


Santa Rosa County
Building Inspections
Relay for Life Team will
be sponsoring a Gospel
Sing & Spaghetti Supper
on Friday March 31,2006
at the Santa Rosa County
Auditorium. They \"ill
begin serving Spaghetti at
6:30 p.m. and the music


begins at 7 p.m. Local
Gospel singers will be fea-
tured! The cost is $10 per
person; children 5 and
under are free. All pro-
ceeds will benefit The
American Cancer Society.
For ticket information
please call 850/981-7042.


"The God of peace.. .make you
..i ^. .m ..i..... M -*..i. r > -.. J- 4 f.l.. T 'S.. J *2 V-
perfect in every good work to do his
will."-Hebrei\s 13:20 .


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Health


March 29, 2006


Ask the Preacher

i ...a 'weekly column answering 'outr questions
v'ith Biblical answeri s about life.
Dear Pastor Gallups. I am a student in school. Our teachers
tell us that evolution is the \ a\ ever thing came to be. The. say
that there is much scientific e\ idence to support this fact. W\\hat
do you think? C.C..-E.Milton
Dear C.C.- Se\eral years ago in a \well-publicized public
debate at the Uni\ersity of West Florida. a professor Dr. Terrn
Pruitti of Anthropology ithe study of human origins) \\as asked
to gi\e ONE piece of scientific e\ idence that would pro\e evo-
lution to be true His answer before several hundred people that
evening was that for something to be scientific it didn't need
an\ e\ idence. only for all scientists to agree that it %\as so! In
other words, this professor of Anthropology, w\ho teaches that
evolution is a fact. couldn't produce one piece of evidence.
because there ISN'T any.!
Further. ALL scientists DON'T agree that evolution is true.
Over 900 renowned scientists have gone on record disputing
evolution's claims and the vast majority of these are not even
professing Christians! One of the more famous is Dr. Robert
Mitlikan. a Nobel Prize winner in Physics and featured in ever
major Encyclopedia. Dr. Milikan calls.e\olution. "The cultural
MYTH of the 20th centurN." The evidencee" simply does not
support evolution! REAL scientists know this.
So..you might ask, what DOES the scientific evidence
support? Ver. simple. what it ALWAYS has. CREATION! The
evidence points to a sudden. instantaneous, intelligent design,
beginning. I refer you to the 1st and 2nd laws of thermodynam-
ics. Also. I \would refer you to the laws of Design Dynamics.
DNA research clearly sho\ ws the specific genetic indi\iduality
inot e-olution) of the species. iSee Genesis 1:20-26 i.e.. God
created "each'after its OWN kind.")
The bottom line. C.C., is this. You are NOT a cosmic
accident that evol\ed from a lower form of sludge and slime.
You are a special and unique creation of the Almighty God,
Jesus Christ! You have \alue. worth, dignity, destiny and
purpose because God says so! Read and believe God's Word.
the Bible. It is NEVER catching up to truth; "truth" is always
catching up to God's Word!
Carl Gajl/u ~i i llu Pta:, ." *t. r H -i, i n,-t:, : Baprist Cin,rch il Miitol
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Cobbtown Yard & Bake Sale


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Cooking healthy with Diabetes


If you have diabetes, select-
ing and preparing foods that
are lo" in sugar, fat and sodi-
um can be a real challenge. The
Escambia and Santa Rosa
Extension Offices, of the
University of Florida IFAS
i Institute for Food and
Agricultural Sciences), will
offer a series of cooking class-
es for people with diabetes,
their family members, or care-
takers. It will be held at the
Santa Rosa County Extension
Office, 6263 Dogvwood .Dr.,
Milton. FL. The course will be
held from 9:30 a.m.-Noon on
Tuesday. April 11. 18 and
May 2nd.
The program will include
food demonstrations and
speakers presenting the latest
information about diabetes


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Zoning District Amended: from RI (Single Family Residential District) to RIA (Single Family
Residential District) total approximately 2.5 (+/-) acres


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

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


NOTICE OF CHANGE OF LAND USE

AND INTENT TO CONSIDER AN ORDINANCE

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

Local Planning Board (to consider and make a recommendation on the proposals):
Thursday, April 13. 2006 at 6:00 p.m.

Board of County Commissioners (to consider adoption of the ordinance):
Thursday, April 27. 2006 at 6:00 p.m.

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

.AV ORDINANCE RELATING TO SANTA ROS-A COUNTY: FLORIDA: AMEND-
ING ORDINANCE 91-24 AS ENDEDDE; CHANGING THE ZONING DISTRICTS
AS DEPICTED IN THE .ATTACHED MAlPS; APPROVINGG THE AMENDMENTS
TO THE OFFICIAL ZONING MAP OF THE LAND DEVELOPMENT CODE .AS
DEPICTED IN THE .ATTACHED MAPS: AND PROVIDING FOR .AN EFFEC-
TI 'E DATE.


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substitutes. Class participants
will receive a recipe book.
watch cooking demonstrations,
and taste foods made with less
fat, sugar and salt.
Dorothy Lee and Linda
Bowman RD/LD. family, and
consumer science agents with
LIF/IFAS Extension, are coor-
dinating and teaching the pro-
gram.
The cost of the program.
w which includes food and educa-
tional materials, is $15 per per-
son or $20 per married couple.
Checks should be made
payable to the Santa Rosa
Extension Advisory Fund.
Register by contacting Santa
Rosa County Extension at 623-
3868. Class size \% ill be limited.
Registration deadline is April.
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Sports



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.
The tournament will be held
at the Swamphouse Marina and
Landing on the Escambia River.
interested parties may pie-
register at Northwest Florida
Marine or, Highway 29 or on the
day of the tournament at
Swamphouse Marina.
Free boating classes
at PJC on March 31
Pensacola Sail and Power
Squadron is offering a free boat-
ing and safety class.
Basic boating, navigation,
and seamanship classes will be
taught at the Warrington Campus
of Pensacola Junior College on
Marcr 31 from 6 to 9 p.m.
Classes will continue April 1
from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m.
Books are available for $25
each.
For more information con-
tact Chuck Meyer at 626-5927.
PARA cheer registration
is March 30 and April I
PARA Cheerleading
Registration .Aill be held rJarh
3.0 t:m '. p.rn to o.in. for
returning cheerleaders.
New cheerleaders can regis-
ter on April 1 from 8 a.m. to 10
a. nm.
\All registrations will be hid at
the Santa RoEa SpontsPle.: on
Chumuckla Highway.
For more information on reg-
istratiori you can visitt the website
www.para;'outhsports.com
Santa Rosa United Way
to hold fishing tourney
United Way of Santa Rosa
-. Cournity will, be hoidinrg its first
e.e bass fishing tournament or,
-' Mrvlav 20 at River Run rvlarina.
S If .ou are interested in being
S" a .poi0i-.or of the UIniterJ Way of
'Sania RoE.sa ournt 's .i-naJgui 31
bjss tisr'iii-i. tou rnramenrit pleas:-
conrtact the ULinredl Way offices in
S ,ltcon at i50-627,-'.07.
Bowl for the Cure is
April 2 at Oops Alley
The-Pensacola Bowl for a
Cure will be reld April 2 at Oops
Alle' in Pace.
This four-member team
- event will raise funds for the
Suzan G. Kornen Breast Cancer
Fundaton.
Enitr, fee for this is $25 per
person and teams can chose to
Sbv.. in the nodn. session or' 3
p.rr. session.
Fee includes three games of
bowling, e.enrt T-shirt, and bra-
: clet '/.ith T-shins guaranteed fo-
all entities received before ML-arch
26
For more inoirmaton on the
Bowl for the Cure call 623-6807
or 21 -9216.
Moors golf scrable to
benefit Cancer Society
The Moors will hold a four-
.person scramble to benefit the
American Cancer Society April 13
*at1 p.m.
SEntry Fee is $70 per person
S and the maximum handicap is
30.
a d Deadline to enter is April 7
.- and for furtehr information you
--can contact Tom White at 995-
S 4653.

Basketball shootout is set
for May 19and20 atMHS
The Santa Rosa Minority
HIV/AIDSTask Force will hold
their fourth annual basketball
shootout on May 19, and 20 at
SMilton High School.
'. Teams are limited to 10 play-
ersw and the entry fee is $150
per team.
S Deadline to enter is May 5.
For more information call
623-2616.


Runners 'scratch' need to run


B. BILL GANIBLIN
PG Spr'ts Edi,:,i
The crisp air Saturda\
morning did ,not cool off the
competition in the second annu-
al Scratch Ankle 5K run/L\alk.
Despite J fast start the race
came do%. n to the last mile and
\\as decided by a matter of sec-
onds. three of them to be exact
Chuan Napolitano caught
and passed Milton semor Ryan
Holtman in the last mile of the
run and held off a late charge in
the final 300) Nards
Napolitano broke the tape
in a time of 16-419 to clannim the
men's overall title.
"\\1ien R\jni gets to be
mi age if he keep', impro. ing I
am sure he \%ill be running 14
and 15 minute races." said a
spent Napolitano after the race.
"He went out really\ fast and I
had no idea I could catch him.
"I just ran m\ ov n race and
started to catch him and made
the pass with about a mile to
go."


the headwind
pleased -itilh his-


Despite
Holiman w-as
effort


"That is the fastest time I
havie ran in ''.er yVear .aid
Holmian. w ho 'rai: in the Patriot
track meet the day before. "I
can explain wIh\ except that it
might be the middle of track
season.
Buti track season could ha\ e
taken a little steam out of
Holtman's legs or w as it t[he
cold he wa_' battling on
Saturday
"I ha'e been lighting a cold
for the past tew% da\ s." admitted


Holtman. "But w% hen w e hit that
last turn I went to make my
move and he w% as gone.
"I don't knox\ where 'he
found that other gear from."
On Friday\ in the Pace
Patriot Track Meet Holiman
posted his-best time eer in the
3.200 meters.
"I ran t,'o miles in 10:30
yesterday. said Holiman. "That
ias 30 seconds faster than I
hale ran it all year and 10 sec-
onds better than mN personal
best."
In all nearly 80 runners par-
ticipated in dtis e'ent. which
\%.as held to help raise funds for
the Milton Track teams.
Rounding uait the top hfie
runner s ere Kenneth
Humphre.s in third at 19:46.
Nlaik \ iau at 19:56. and in fifth
the first female finisher AmN
Lankford in a imne of 20:33.
"It was a comfortable race
for me." said Lankford. "I am
not use to these hills which I
felt effected m\ lime.
"I just ran the best race I
could since I didn't know what
See. 5K. Pgl. 2C


Chaun Napolitano is seen breaking the tape three seconds ahead of
Milton senior Ryan Holtman on during Saturday's Second Annual
Scratch Ankle 5K Run/Walk.
Press Gazette photo by Bill Gamblin


Area baseball


;..,*a nd softball



.show no mercy
+ ,' . , -


B) BILL GA1lIBLIN
PG Spo, is Eitf;
Pace's Caleb Gindl was
talking in the on-deck circle.
He told the hatter behind
him that if he got ia chance to
sw ing the bat the game wouldd
be o er.
Gindl due in ith the bases
loaded and Pace up 8-I in the
bottom of the Fitth.
With the couLnt 1-0 he
deposited the second offering
from tile Pensacola Catholic
pitcher over tile right center
fence for a grand slam that
ended the game.
Gmidl's four-run shot made
it 12-1 and the amie was called
after live innings due to the
inerc\ rule.
R.~an Sorce pitched five
strong innings allow' ing jiu't
four hits atnd sinking out five as
he improved to 3-1 on the sea-
son.
Besides Gindl'' l-fi.r-
effort it the plate. Allen Ward
kith l-lo r-1 witl a double.
Ch.rit Sorce went 1l-f.r-2 and
moo RBI s. and R. an Soice
helped his cau'e goine l-tior-2
with a double.
Pace impro', ed to S-2 on the
season ',.. ith the w in.
Catholic's lone run came in
the top of the fifth.
Pace then defeated
Niceillie 6-5 on Fnda in a I1-
5.A contest t that .lent eight
innin t .i
Chris Sorce not onl3 got the


Cole
%k in. but 'was the winning run in
the bottom of the eighth as Pace
improved to 6-2 In district pla\.
Alter Sorce icached base he
moved to second on a 'ingle off
the bat of Brad Hedges and then
scored v. hen Tim Schnoor sin-
gled.
Hedges finished Lhe rught
goiin,: 3-foi --4 vith a double and
a RBI, hile .Allen Ward w ent
2-for-4 utih two RBIs and a
double
If that '.asln' a big enouu h
'Ain. the fans in Allentown had
plenty. to 'hout about after the
jaguars returned trom Baker
Central defeated the Gator
in Baker 11-0 in five innings
and % ith the w in defeated
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SThe Pensacola Pelicans held
:- their second Future Pelicans
Clinic at Gospel Projects on
Saturday with over 400 young
men and women in attendance,
which has been their largest
camp by far. (Above) Coach
Talmadge "T" Nunnari talks to
the young people in attendance
about what will be going on dur-
ing the clinic and introduced the
K. Pelicans. (Left) Coach Pete De
LaRatta works with the campers
on doing their stretches the
proper way during a short
warm-up, which was similar to
those done by the pros. (Right)
Pelican first baseman Larry
.' Bethea talks to campers about
y, the proper way to field a base-
ball.
Press Gazette photos
S. ..by Bill Gamblin


Scratch Ankle



'06 race results


1. Chuan Napolitano 16:49 2.
Ran Holtman 16-52. 3 Kenneth
Humphres, 19:46, 4. Mark \ iau
19:56, 5. Am, Lanklord 20-33 6.
Brian Case\ 21:31, -. Doug K.rbi\
21:36, 8. Stephen Morenc',
21:59, 9. Matt Shouppe 22-01
10. Daid Gelb 22:05. 11. Susan
Smith 22:28. 12. Laura Nelson
22:51. 13. Daniel \\hite 23:01
14. Rudman Stevens 23 06 15
Brian jordan 23:0" 16. Mark
Gough 23.11. 1 -. R.an
Daenport 23 26 18. Joshua
Stout 23:37, 19. Ed Jordan 23:53
20. Calin Cole 24-14 21. GCloria
Rane\ 24-18 22. Shirle,, Rane\'
24-31 23. Christin, la.,eau\
24.30, 24. Dennis Ma,,eaiux
24:30, 25. Bernion Cra.:e\
25:01, 26 Jefl lamel 28:24. 2-.
Sue lames 25-28 23. Robert
Lynn 25:56 29. Duron 'ic.nk.
26-30. 30. Matt 'l,unke 26:31 31
no card turned in 32. R,dan .,,nn
27-03 33 Anne Errcksorn 2-:0-
34. Nathan Douglass 2Y-23 35
Brad Filbert 2 31 36 Armie
McMillion 27:35. 3" Gene
Piaquadio 28:06, 38. Steven
Cowart 28:09, 39. Naomi Caudle
28:16, 40. Barb McMillion 29:20,
41. Jonna Lynn 29:38, 42.


Meredith Pastucha 29 4i- 43
Ste,.e Thompson 31.03 44
bbh\ Rane\ 31-29 -' 45. \al
Fountain 32:54. 4. L.:r Petresk',
33:22 4-. Caleb Pough 35:45
48. lolie Rinehart 34-2- 49.
Aimee lanrinn 34:44 50. Donald
lan.rin 34 48 51. Dana Pentold
34 4:8 \\end,, Martin 34 50i
53 Theresa B',rd 34 33 54.
Tae', \\orrell- 3--41 55. lMe\,.
\\orrell 3b 43 56 D' lanD 38. 4-
5- C.1 lo.hnsor, 38.03 5",
\\%rren C.arrrneson 40-05 59
%uslin 4 1 -4- i- ,I Dcnna
t,..cPherson 43 -23 :,ol. Carol,
Daughter', 42-0`C 62 Rosearn.:
Lee 42-23 ,:.3. K,-ll, L'ee 46 18
-:.4. Donald Dorough 4(,.2". 1-5
C', inthia toke -4 -"2'9 ,:,6 Rod
ft.I Pherson 4k6..4,ii 6-. l.- c
Fountain 46 50 i-,:. Bertha
t lorlt.:n 4- 54 69. Lucile
Johns,:,n 4-5". 0i. Ruth
Pastucha 2-14 i1 -1 .allah
S rninrions 50-1,. Linda
H,-rr) \ 50 15 -3. .larla i lar,t-
50 1 5 4. Elain \\irlls 50 14 -s
Caro:l', Stonre 51 44 A-h, MIsli.a
Connell 51:52, 77. Miesha'
Simmons '51:52. 78. Brenda
Westphal 59:17, 79. Quick Silver
59:17


Central closes hoop


season with banquet


By BILL G.AIBLIN
PG Spr-is Etdiur
Central High School dre'\
their 2005-06 basketball season
to a close w\ ih sit annual
a\% yards banquet.
The banquet \as held on
March "2 at the Red B:-rn
Restaurant in Milton.
\arsiit\ Lrls honored on the
e, ening kere senior Jill Masse3
as the most valuablee plia\er.
eighth gti.der Dadsha Enfinger
as tile niost ipro\ed player.
and sophomore Hale,
Kinibnough \. :,s horioied for the
abilitN to take charges, a\..rd.
V\uslit bo\> holinoled at thel
b.nquel .ee junior Keith
Germann \ihi \v.as named the
team's most valuablee pl.ceri,


sophomore Justin Morris as
presented the hustle arv. rd, and
sophomore Logan Campbell
*\as ai\en the most improved
a\\ ard
The Lad\ Jajuars fished
the season 10-15 overall and 5-
3 in District I-A.
The\ closed their season
out \ith a loss in the first round
of the FHSAA basketball quar-
terfinals vitih a loss to Malone
The Jacuars finished at 13-
13 overall and 5-' in district

Central's season caine to an
end %\ith a district quarterfinal
los to Pa\ton
S i i:'~ ] i,.it t a /i'\
Bill Gabhli. Reati it inm
ail pioi ( p' 'i'i a'tizerre. o


PJC announces tryouts


5K


Continued From Page One
to expect."
Lankford was not the only
'one who didn't know what to
expect as this year's course was
different than last year's since
they could not utilize Stewart
Street and the incredible head
wind they had to battle going
out.
One big boost to everyone
was when Warren Garmeson,
the races oldest participant at
82, finished in a time of 40:05.
"I have run a lot of races
-and ran better times, but this is
a challenging coursee" said
Garmeson, who started running


at 60. "What got me today were
the slow hills.
"Races like these are great
because they keep me healthy."
Garmeson ran his first race
while actually working as a
corpsman.
"I gave my stuff to a guy
working with me and told him
to take over," recalled
Garmeson. "I decided at that
moment that I wanted to run the
race too."

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


Press Gazette Staff Report
Pensacola ,limonr College is
looking for dynamic and talent-
ed cheerleaders and dancers for
the 2006-07 season.
Cheerleader audition will
get underway at 2 p.m.. this
Saturday and will resume on
Sunday at 1 p.m.
According to a press
release the school is looking for
a very spirited group of makes
and females with a lot of pep
and vigor. .
Dance team auditions will
get underway at 2 p.m. this
Saturday and will resume at 3
p.m. on Sunday.
Both tryouts will be held in
PJC's Gymnastics Building on
the Pensacola campus. ,
The 'dance team brings
entertainment, excitement, and


spirit to the home basketball
games.
Dance technique is required
in the areas of jazz and hip-hop.
Participants are required to
attend both tryout days.
To be eligible you must be a
student or incoming freshman
taking at least nine credit hours
at PJC during, both the spring
and fall semesters.
Scholarships are available.
Participants can pick up
consent forms from 8 a.m. to
4:30 p.m. on March 31 in Room
150 of the PJC Fitness Center.
These forms must be signed
by a parent/guardian for those
under the age of 18.
For more information about
the tryouts you can contact
LaRita Cater at 484-1310 or by
e-mail at Icarter@pjc.edu.


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NAS Whiting Field G.C.
Hole in One
Paul Garst
Hole No. 14
154 yards \\ith a 6-iron


Pace's Caleb Gindl is welcomed at home plate by his Patriot teammates as his grand slam in the bottom of the fifth defeated Pensacola
Catholic 12-1. Gindl's home run was the only chance he got to swing at the ball then entire game.


Preps

Continued Fromu Page One
paker for the first time in eight
seasons.
Central improved to 3-1 on
the Noung season and 2-0 in
District I-A pla\ as the\
.jumped out i ith five runs in the
first inning.
The Jaguars added four
more runs in the top of the third
as the\ pounded out 12 hits for
the contest and after holding the
Gators scoreless in the bottom
of the fifth won bec.iuse of the
mreres rule.
Lefty Logan Campbell
improved to 2-0 on the season
Sas he scattered three hits while
% walking one and striking out
-bone oser three innings of work.
Keith Germann. \kho x\ent
"3-for-4 on the das. led the
offensive output \%ith three
W ,ruos batted in, %ihile scoring
ai.i hinselt.
;'' Justin Morris i ent 3-for-4.
'Paul Baggett \%ent 2-for-4.
l Tvson \Veeks 'sent 2-for-4 \% ith
Stwo RBIs. and Campbell
helped his o\ n cause going 2-
for-3 from the plate \\ith a
.'double and a RBI.
Tate High School shook
the demons from their bats on
Thursday as the\ defeated
Milton 22-5 in fise innings.
Milton %\as do.n 8-1 after
four innings v'.hen the Aggies
scored 14 runs in its half of the
fifth.
The Panthers 12-11 tried
Lto respond. but four runs \were
'n,)t enough to keep the game


from being called due to the in the fifth and sixth innings.
merc\ rule. but could get no closer.
Adam Allen took the loss Brad Lo%,eri pitched fi\e
pitching three and a third innings in the loss as he falls to


innings and allowing seven
runs and six hits while striking
out four.
Caleb Stew art v.eent l-for-3
on the da\ for Milton sith a
double and a RBI.
NMi lion would rebound on
Friidi ,s senior Ethan Rodoer-
flirted v.;ith a no-hitter as
Milton blanked Navarre 4-0.
Rodgers' no-hitter ended in
the s is\enih inning Mien Derek
Scully singled to left wJith li o

Mike\ McMillion went 2-
for-3 on the day, Blaine
\Villiams ,went 2-for-4 s\ith an
RBI. and Matt Whitfield \ent
I-for-4 \\ith txo RBIs as
Milton improved to 3-11.
Ja\ came up one run short
in its come back effort at home
on Friday against Flomaton
losing 7-6.
After falling behind --1.


1-2 on the season.
At the plate Tyler DeGraff
went 2-for-3, Brandt
Hendricks \sent 2-for-3 %ith
tl\o RBIs and a home run. and
Los\ers had a RBI in a 2-for-4
effort for the Ro\al,..
In .softball. Pace sho,.ed no
mercy as they a\enged an ear-
lier season loss to Ft. Walton
Beach.
The Lad\ Patriots 114-21
needed only fi\e innings- to dis-
pose of the Lad \Vikes 12-1.
The winning tuns scored
Mihen Ashleigh Cole singled in
the bottom of the fifth.
Cole also improved to 7-2
on the season b\ scattering
to hits and fanning 11 in the
vl n.
Morgan McBride had 2
RBIs and a double. luhile
Kalin Laseter and Cole had
three RBI's each.


Press Gazette photo by Bill Gamblin


a home run, %nile LoleC went 3-
for-4 to help her cause.
On Frida\ the Lad\
Patriots traveled to Natarre
\%here the\ needed eight
innings to defeat the Lad.s
Raiders 3-0.
Kats Neal sunk the Lady
Raiders ship with a three run
blast in the top of the eighth.
Cole m\on her second start
in as many games as finnehd13
ot Na'arre's first 17 batters
and finished the gamelwirh 16
K's.
At the plate Cole \went 2-
for-2. and Lauren Mendoza
went I-for-3.
Milton dropped a 4-0 deci-
sion on the road Thursday at
Gulf Breeze.
Crystal Benge gave up fi\e
hits and struck out three in the
game as Gulf Breeze scored
two in the third and two more
in the si\th.

Srot) written by
Bill Gamblin. Reach Itin


4a 14-41 .would score five runs L.aisseter v.ent 2-for-4 ith at spot.s@'sr-pg.co_?o


Monday Alley Cats League
Oops Alley
March 20, 2006
High Game Women: Laurie
Smith 192
High Game Team: Bo%% ling
Chicks- 468
High Series- Women: Laurie
Smith 525
High Series Team: Pro. lers -
1353

League Standings: 1. Puddi-
Cats 29-19; 2. Bowling Sass\s
28-20, 3. Prowlers 27-21, 4.
.Bowling Chicks 26-22. 5.
Wildcats 25-23. 6. Three
Blind Mice 22-26, 7. hit-N-
Miss 17-31, 8. Garfield Pets
17-31.
Notes: Indisidual high league
averages are Terrie Hicks at
148.82. Laurie Smith at
147 14,. and Sharon \Volfe at
143.14. ULJSBC Aw\ards earned
v, ere: a local association
award to NA-nc\ M. Hager for
a game of 150 and Bill e
Anderson \\ho earned a state
association award for bowling
75 pins over her average.

Monday Nite Mixed
Oops Alley
March 20, 2006
High Game Men: Tonr Pettr\
275
High Game Women: Rose
Samons 183
High Game Team: Oops Alle\
C(at -94
High Series Men: Phillip
Coleman 691
High Series Women: Shirley
Wise 513
High SeriesTeam Damn 10
Pin- 2342
League Overall Standings:
Damn 10 Pin is in a tie wsith 2
Drunks and 2 Sobers with a
record of 22-1 4.
Notes: Ton\ Pettr\ bo.Iled a
2-5 for a 654 Series and
Phillip Coleman has made a
great comeback %with a series
ot 691 1203-265-2231.

W.U.M.1 Church League
Oops Alley
March 21, 2006
,High Game Men: Iohn Wise
- 216
High Game Women: \icki
Pmkston 185
High Game Team: Pace
Community Church #2 655
High Series Men: Bob Kukuk
- 541
High Series Women: Vicki
Pinksiton 486
High Series Team Pace
Community\ Church #1 1805
League Overall Standings: 1.
Pace Conmmunity Church #2
28-16 2. Pace Communit\
Church #1 26-18. 3. Lane
S,.appers 24-20 4. Hol).
Roller. 24-20. 5. On Strike 23-
21. 6. Pin Droppers 21-23, 7.
Turke,,s 1--2-, 8.. Jokers 15-
29.
Notes: Maggies Salter won a
USBC award for a 328 Series
with an average of 79, a
WSBC 140 game emblem,
and a 125 game local associ-
ation award. Joy Brooks and
Barbara Stokes were awarded
state association awards for
bowling 75 pins over average.

Stonebrook/Tanglewood
Ladies Association
Grudge Match
Stonebrook: Audrey
Belanger, loanne Kelley, Pat
Goodlife, Kae Dressen, and
Joyce Parazine,
Tanglewood: Nancy Welch,
Pat Hendrichs, Anne Bowen,
Sue. Gibson,, and Joyce
Carpenter.
Closest to the Pin: Patsy
Weekly and Michelle Kilgore.
Chip-ins: Nancy Welch, Pat
Goodlife, Carol Lehmann,
Kae Dressen, and Evelyn
Garnder,.

Roller Hockey
March 18
10 & Under Championship
Panthers 6, Lighteninrg 4
Panthers Goals: Davis,
Vangemerden (3), Andrew
Parrish, Cole Panzik, Brandon
Parrish. Assists: Brannon
Smith.
Lightening Goals: Levi Lett
(3), Austin Parkerson. Assists:
Leet, Parkerson (2), Erik Pilto.

11 & Up Championship
Tigers 6, Bulldogs 0
Tigers Goals: Allen Mitchell
(4), Jack Nicholas (2). Assists:
Nicholas, Davis
Vangemerden.
Bulldogs Goals: None.


Assists: None.


March 20


Adult Championships
Sharks 8, Brawlers 4
Sharks Goals: Terry Eady
(2), Davo Majzun (3), Mike
Kmetz, Ken Long (2). Assists:
Ead\, Kmetz, NMajzun.
Brawlers Goals: Tom Paux,
Ethan Taunton 12). Assists:
Jim Pruss (31, Ramse\ Co<.

Roller Hockey Points
Leaders
10 & under
1. Da\is \anGemerden 53
points 150 goals, 3 assists), 2.
Austin Parkinson 19 points
(16 goals, 3 assist). 3. Levi
Leet 1 7 points (113 goals, 4
Assists). 4. Matt
VanGemerden 16 points l13
goals, 3 assist), 5. Andress
Parrish 13 points 18 goals, 5
assists), 6. Brannon Smith 10
points (4 goals, 6 assists, 7.
Brandon Parrish 9 points (5
goals, 4 assists, 8. Brendan
Peters 8 points i5 goals, 3
assists. 9. Grant Wilson 7
points 44 goals. 3 assists, 10.
Sean Enmnis 6 points 44 goals,
2 assists. 11. lacob Bradle\ 3
points 12 goals. 1 assist), 12.
Michael Turpin 3 points (1
goal, 2 assists). 13 Ma\
Bro\\n 3 points (1 goal. 2
assists), 14. Adam Bright 3
points (3 assists), 1 5. Philip
Lee Adams 3 points (2 goals,
1 assist). 16. lacob Crooks 2
points (1 goal 1 assist, 17.
loshua Crooks 2 points 11
goal I assist). 18. Cole
Panzik 2 points 92 goals),. 19.
Kate Liggett 2 points 12
assstsl. 20. Ka\ce Bradles 1
point l1 goal). 21 Natalie
O'Donnell 1 point I1 assist.
22 Erik Pilto 1 point I4I assist.

11 & up
1. lack Nicholas 24 points
(15 goals, 9 assists), 2. Allen
Mitchell I points 1 14 goals,
3 assists 3 Lee Benton 14
points 112 goals. 2 assists), 4.
Joe Stepnes 13 points (10
goals. 3 assist ). 5. Isaiah
\Vilhite 11 points 18 goals. 3
assists), 6 E.1. Troup 10
points (I goals 3 assists). -.
Brandon Kron 8 points 14
goals. 4 assists). 8. Cooper
Stock 5 points 14 goals. I
assisrl. 9. R\an pin.k 5 points
13 goals, 2 .ssists), 10. Da is
\anGemerden 4 points (1
goal, 4 ass rtst l, 1 1. Sean
Nichols 4 points 14 goalsl',
12. Zack Stock 4 points 43
goals, 1 assist, 13. Blake
Busbee 4 points (3 goals, 1
assist), 14. Titan\ Bo\iert 4
points 12 goals, 2 assists, 1 5.
Hunter Dellinger 3 point. (2
goals, 1 assist), 16. C.I. Orliz
3 points (2 goals, I assist).
17. lesse Parsons 3 points (2
goals. 1 assist). 18. Cody
Subject 2 points 12 goals,
19. Connor Bachman 2
points l2 assists. 20. Ion
Gibson 1 point (1 goal 21.
Kris King 1 point l1 goal. 22.
Robert Goodspeed 1 point (1
goalie. 23. Mee\ Nicholas 1
/point ( 1 goal), 24. John
Laliberte 1 point 11 goal) 25.
Christian Struebing 1 point (1
goal), 26. Austin Parkinson 1
point (1 goal.), 27. Lesi Leet 1
point (1 assist).

Adult Hockey League
1. Terry Eady 30 points (21
goals,, 9 assists).. 2. Mike
Kmetz 26 points (14 goals,
12 assists), 3. Mike McDuff
20 points (13 goals, 7
assists), 4. lonathan Pulaski
19 points (14 goals, 5
assists), 5. Chris Rawson 18
points (14 goals, 4 assists),
6. Davo Majzun 18 points
(10 goals, 8 assists), 7. Ethan
Taunton 17 points i11 goals,
6 assists), 8. Jim Pruss 16
points (10 goals, 6 assists), 9.
Chandler Posey 13 points (9
goals, 4 assists), 10. Ken Long
12 points (9. goals, 3 assists),
11. Ramsey Cox 11 points (7
goals, 4 assists), 12. Tripp
Jordan 9 points (6 goals, 3
assists), 13. Keith Wilbur 7
points (4 goals, 3 assists), 14.
Ronnie Hornbrook 5 points
(3 goals, 2 assists), 15. Tony
Lind 5 points (2 goals, 3
assists), 16. Bobby Turley 5
points (1 goal, 4 assists), 17.
Dave Weber 4 points (1 goal,
3. assists), 18. Kevin Garcia 4
points (2 goals, 2 assists), 19.
Lee Benton 4 points (3 goals,
1 assist), 20. Neal Smith 3
points (1 goal, 2 assists), 21.
Tom Paux 3 points (2 goals, 1
assist), 22. Jason Thomas 2
points (2 assists), 23. Matt


Welch 2 points (2 goals), 24.
Pat Pulaski 2 points (2 goals),
25. Lucy Paux 2 points (2
goals), 26. Paris' Breeley 1
point (1 goal). 27. Sal Lopez
1 point (1 goal), 28. Heather
Calloway 1 point I assist),
29. Jeff Snoss 1 point (1
assist).


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WEDNESDAY

March 29, 2006


90 ANNOUNCEMENTS
92 AUCTIONS
94 MEETINGS
96 PERSONALS
98 TRAINING
EMPLOYMENT
102 DRIVERS
104 GENERAL HELP.
106 HOME.BASED
BUSINESS
108 HOTELUMOTELS/
RESTAURANTS
110 LABOR
11,2 MANAGEMENT
11.4 MEDICAL
116 OFFICE WORK
118 PART TIME
120 PROFESSIONAL
122 RETAIL
124 SALESi/
TELEMARKETING
126 SKILLS.'TRADE
128 POSITIONS WANTED
GARAGE SALES -
STYLES SECTION-WED.
202 GARAGE SALES-SAT.
SERVICES
305 AUTO
310 BUSINESS
OPPORTUNITIES
315 BUSINESS SERVICES
320 CHILD CARE
325 DOMESTIC
330 EQUIPMENT REPAIR
335 FINANCIAL SERVICES
340 HOME REPAIR
345 LAWN CARE
350 SENIOR CARE
355 SEWING/ALTERATIONS
360 MISCELLANEOUS
SANTA ROSA
REAL ESTATE-RENT
402 APARTMENTS
404 COMMERCIAL
406 HOMES
408 LAND
410 MOBILE HOMES
412 ROOMS FOR RENT
414 ROOMMATES WANTED
416 VACATION,.RESORT
SANTA ROSA
REAL ESTATE-SALE
502 APARTMENTS
504 COMMERCIAL
506 HOMES
508 INVESTMENTS
510 LAND
512 MOBILE HOMES
514 VACATION/RESORT
PETS/ANIMALS
702 BOARDING
704 LIVESTOCK
706 LIVESTOCK SUPPLIES
708 PETS
710 PET SUPPLIES
712 LOST PETS
GENERAL MERCHANDISE
802 ANTIQUES
804 APPAREL
806 APPLIANCES
808 ARTS & CRAFTS
810 COMPUTERS
812 FARM EQUIPMENT
814 FURNITURE
816 JEWELRY
818 LAWN EQUIPMENT
820 LUMBER'HARDWARE
822 MUSICAL
INSTRUMENTS
824 OFFICE EQUIPMENT
826 SPORTING GOODS
828 ELECTRONIC
(STEREOTV, VCR i
830 MISC. 'SALE
832 MISC...WANTED
834 LOST MERCHANDISE
TRANSPORTATION
902 AUTO SUPPLIES
904 CARS
906 BOATS
908 FARM EQUIPMENT
910 MOTORCYCLES
912 MOTOR HOMES
914 RECREATIONAL
916 SPORTS UTILITY
VEHICLE
918 TRUCKS
920 VANS
922 OTHER


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The Florida department OT u.orrections is
Accepting Applications For:
VOCATIONAL INSTRUCTOR III
SALARY: $1,000.77 $1,603.26 BI-WEEKLY
A Career Service Position With Benefits

Requires hands-on electrical instruction/guidance to inmates
Must possess a high school diploma or GED & have 3 years
work experience in the area of electronics.
Qualified applicants should submit a State of Florida
employment application to:

Convergys. Attn: People First
Staffing Administration
P.O. Box 44058
Jacksonville, FL 32231

OR apply online at:
https://peoplefirst.myflorida.com

OR call: 1-877-562-7287
All applications should be submitted by 4 pm, April 41h. CST
(Include position #70039731 when submitting application)
For more information, call Pete Bogart: (850) 983-5881
If accommodations are required to participate in the application/
selection process, please contact the hiring authority/personnel
office in advance. Certain veterans & veterans spouses receive
preference io employment by the State as provided by Chapter
295. Florida Statutes, and are encouraged to apply. EOE


NOW HIRING
, For Cleaning Jobs In
Pensacola & Milton
1 immediate full time cleaning
position for days $7/hr
Part-time immediate
cleaning positions available
Temporary summer positions
available beginning May 5th
(must be over age 18) 32-40 hrs/week.--',-
CALL: 221-9587


Q BAPTIST
Jay Hospital
COME WORK WITH US!
GREAT BENEFITS!
Health Information Tech/ROI
Part-unme. high school graduate. 1-2 years clencal experience. c,pe
35 upm File hb numeric and alpha, high degree ot iaccurjc%,.
House Super% isor
7pm Shift FL-RN license 2 >,rs e',.penence. a jan RN Chrniatl rind
people skills ACLS prelened
Emergency Room RN-
pm .shift Prefer 2 ,ears RN c~penence 1.CLS preterred
R-N Med-Surg
Full iume. pi-r time and PRN poi.ii: a.l.a!ble
Medical Records Transcriplionist
S I-I g;duate Medical Techrnologi course. 2 -ei's e\pen-rice
Medical Technologist
Full ninc. part nrnic. 12 hour shift, FL license required
Lab Technical Assistant
Higli c.'h,-: graduiale Mut h .e at leaSi 2 '.,eA is ol e'.rienence i
phleb otu i'o., '.'. li j pio. en tr.acl record at dependatbili, and
le.',hdi[[;, as acr.cJ- uhng
l',,im- '.uti-l-pim at i i, H :sp II II
1-114 .-Alj .-amj j Sit iiet. 1, Floriidj. 5 i
,0 ,call 850-675-80691 loi more irfoilani.on


Team Santa Rosa Is Seeking An Agri-
Business Manager To Represent TEAM
In Its Role As Santa Rosa County's
Economic Development Partner For
Agribusiness Affairs

30 HOUR WEEK 30K PER YEAR
PLUS BENEFITS

For full position description &
how to apply visit:
WWW.TEAMSANTAROSA.COM






Automotive Technician
Needed
Must be certified in air conditioning & have
experience in diagnostics & drivability
Apply in person at:
Eddie Hobbs Automotive
4916 Glover Lane
Milton
NO PHONE CALLS PLEASE!


SALESPERSON
$320 Salary + Bonus
Benefits
Advancement Opportunities
Key Auto Liquidation
4340 Avalon Blvd. Milton, FL
Ask for CoachGordon ,
850-983-3000


CHRIST IS ALL
If you have Cransit.
you ha se
eer-ylrhing.
Wlhc'ul Jesus
Christ. you have
abscluiely nothing
Read a lile-
changing book at-
l n' ,, I-iFiI ":T I -LL I "


SANTA ROSA
Gun ,& Knile
Show. Sanla
Rosa Co. Audito-
rium. Old Bagdad
Hwy., Milton. April
22-23 2006
9a.m.-5p.m. Buy,
Sell, Trade.
Admission: Adulls
$4, 12 & under
Free. Call Billy
Rogers ,' 850-
957-4952 for
more info or for
Tables $35 (2-
daysi. For every-
one's safety, no
concealed or
loaded guns
allowed 0y
visitors or
vendors. All
guns must be lied
open at all limes.


Want to BE A MEMBER OF A FORTUNE 500
TEAM?
Baptist Manor has the following positions
available:

RN/LPN Full time position, rotate weekends.
Will work as a relief nurse. Experience in LTC
& SNF preferred. FL license required.

CNA $500 sign-on bonus! Full or part time or
PRN. Must have FL certification.

Billing Specialist/ AR Collector
Full time position HS/GED, 2 yrs. of
billing' & collections experience required.
Knowledge of Medicare. Medicaid
3rd party collections, reimbursements,
refunds & 3rd party insurances a must.
Ability to solve & analyze accounts.

Apply at:
Baptist Manor
10095 Hillview Rd. Pensacola, FL 32514
(850) 479-4000


Part-time Position At Public
Accounting Firm In Pace

Public accounting experience &
tax knowledge needed
Pay depends on experience

Send resume to: BOOKKEEPER, 4430
HWY. 90. SUITE H, PACE, FL 32571
OR Fax Resume to: 995-8849


REAL ESTATE
AND ESTATE AUC-
TION 3 prcpenies in
Live Oak& Lee. FL
JW Hill & Assoc'.
Call for inrio
1838 821-0894
ABI#208.3
ABSOLUTE
AUCTION
Real estate, anti-
ques, collectibles,
etc. March 25th &
26th Garden
Gate Antiques.
Warrior, Alabama.
For more
information call:
t888f 285-8408,
www.rednmont
auction.com
Redmont Auction
& Land Co. Inc.
Eddie Propsi Lic#
AU2051


The Santa Rosa Press Gazette will soon have an opening in the post-press
department. This position involves inserting the sections of the paper
together & placing ad circulars into those sections. This part-time job is a
good opportunity for extra cash for those who just need a little spending
money or some weekend "mad" money. Hours vary, but are normally
Tuesday and Fridays from 10 a.m. until 6 p.m. If you're the type of person
that others enjoy being around, if you can take a job and make it enjoyable, if
you understand the importance of a newspaper making it to people's homes
on time....then this job may be for you and you may just be the person we are
looking for. The Press Gazette is a drug-free workplace and an equal
opportunity employer. Drop by Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. to fill
out an application or call 623-2120 for more details.


A PUBLIC AUC-
TION wllI be held ar
Bagdad Mini Ware-
house & RV Sitor-
age, Inc. 4065 Gar-
con P int Rd Mil-
ton. FL on Frid.-ay
April TIn 2006 ar
9 m In t: sell ire f.I-
Ic ll._. items bt"
ealed bids5 Only
Higlhest bid.jer wII
be called Ilhai '."a
Unit oi Mark Hello:.n
Unit size 10X15
Clothes. toolS. bed.
room & bab,' rurr-
ture liv.iri room
chairs, mariree-esc
rlrigerator. desk.
TV & mis,: Bo:-.es
lull ocl slun!

Cash onlyt Sales
lax : All be charged-
unless a la:., resale
cernilcae is proCld.
ed al tin-,. :,t salS
Bcigdad Mini Ware-
houses. In.:. re-
s:e- e r Ilh- righl I
renovi'e 3an' u 'iiL S)
r,.,ni the .lae Call
626.-'5.' Ica r rn.mre


AUCTION. 469+/-
acres iivi'J.ed -
prime I armi. panial-
il, rrg-.d S,.l'.i ania
GA. 31iurda,
!.'ar:r, r 5 1 1 uii
a im R-,'AReIl Auc.
li.n'n in.:

1 :,BF'. C-.AL AIjU-
C(025:94


ESTATE AUCTION,
21+- acres. 2
homes plus personal
property 'James M
Wise estate Friday,
l'larch 24 2 p m.
R.o.well Auciiont.
Inc 18001323-8386
10 ,BP. GALAU-
C002594

ESTATE AUCTION.
104+ acres di..d-
ed E:.:cellenr home-
es Satiui.dav April
1, 10 a m. Rowell
Auchtons. Inc.
18001323-8388
Awn' ro:wellaJuctionis
co.m 10K: buyer's
premium, GAL AU-
C-02594
REAL ESTATE
Aucliorn Thursdayv,
3 30 ? Gull Access
LolI Cape Coral, FL
Friday 3 31 t4 N-ew
Buildel HousCS
Galew.a' Develop-
menl Fi [,yer FL.
See .ebsiie
om i,.66i82,?3-i05t
Briuce S.:.on.



CHILDLESS
MARRIED COUPLE
in Our 30i).i has
i.'.'irn homn- r "our
LarsLy Full-lime
mrn ,m 15.' ,ad
2 : i.'je&l Ogs
E; pensei paid.
Am',',, Da',.e
li il 227-037 ?
Ace C ,ode 00


I WY OPACEAN AD


PRIVATE

PARTY ADS

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


GARAGE

SALE ADS

$5.00
up to 20 words
.25 PER WORD,
OVER 20
PRE-PAYMENT
REQUIRED


COMMERCIAL

ADS

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


ANNOUNCEMENT


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I PAGE 5C THE SANTA ROSA PRESS GAZETTE/FREE PRESS NLARCH 29, 2006


102
Drivers
AMERICA'S DRIV-
ING ACADEMY
Start your driving ca-
reer! Offering cours-
es rin CDL A & B
One luition lee!
Many payment op-
lions! No registration
fee! (888) 808-5947
info@amrericasdr
vingacademy corn
DRIVERS CDL A
Special Orientation
Pay for Experienced
Drivers! Home
WeeKends! Great
Pay & Benefits! Paid
Training for School
Grads! Cypress
Truck Lines. Inc
wY v cyore=-iruCk ,'-rn
18881808-5346
DRIVERS CDL
A Irue lease-lo-own
program. Low pay-
ments. short term
lease. Avg. $1.11
per mile plus fuel
surcharge. No haz-
mal. No forced dis-
palcr. FFE Trans-
portaiton
18881 864-0012
DRIVERS CDL-A
Excellent home
lime' Great pay.t'en-
eits'i OOIS wei-
come! 2 yr OTR,
good MVR Cenlun-
on Auto Transport
Call.1 -800-889-8139
NOW HIRING
No CDL required.
Truck driver wiih
traclor trailer and
Iorklih experience a
must. 623-5385
EXPERIENCED
DUMP Truck Divers
needed. Local area
Call- 623-6611


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 II you are at
leasi 23 years old
and have a good
driving record w/
HAZMAT endorse-
ment, please come
byv our terminal lo-
cated at 300 Hwy.
95A, Cantoment, FL
across from IP pa-
per mill or call 968-
1702

EXPERIENCED
DRIVERS
Rolloff. Tn-Axle
Dump. Equipment
Operators Compet-
alive wages, drug.'
alcohol testing
required A or B
CDL & DOT
physical required
40 + hours
Apply 10am-3pm
Monday-Friday
West Dig Disposal.
6341 Hwy. 90 Mil-
Ton or send FAX to-
18501 623-9791


SPECIAL ORIEN-
TATION pay lor Ex-
perienced Drivers!
Home Weekends!
Greal Pay & Bene-
fits' Paid Training for
School Grads! Cy-
press Truck Lines,
Inc. www.cypres-
slruck.com
(888)808-5846.


102
Drivers


FLATBED
DRIVERS
Home Every
Weekend!
Small ileet leased
10 LANDSTAR
needs OTR Driver
Competitive pay.
bonus programs,
& family
atmosphere
No forced dispatch'
Call:
18001 562-7690


104
General Help

ADVERTISING
COMPANY NEEDS
Sales Reps &.or
Sales Managers for
Restaurant placed
display ads. Up to
50". commission.
car & cell phone al-
lowance. Telemar-
keling appoints pro-
vided.
18001752-4309
AUTOMOTIVE
TECHNICIAN need-
ed. Must be certified
in air conditioning &
nave experience in
diagnrosi's & driva-
bilily. Apply in per-
son at. Eddie Hobbs
Automotive 4916
Glover Lane in Mil-
Ion No phone calls
please'

CLEANING PER-
SON needed. Seri-
ous long term em-
ployment applicants
only. Must be relia-
ble. dependable. &
have own car. Call
994-1785


LIFT STATION MECHANIC City of Milton

reqs: highschool diploma or eq\. valid F.D.L.:

ability to obtain class "B" CDL license, with

"N" endorsement. Five years of progressively

responsible experience in electrical maintenance

and repair: working with lift stations and

associated material and equipment. Employee

should have experience in plumbing.

mechanical and electrical equipment normally

associated with sanitary sewer plumbing and lift

stations. Salary: $10.95 $12.25 per hour

depending upon experience and qualifications.

Generous benefits. This is a full time City of

Milton Position. Contact Landrum Svcs.

P.O. Box 15700 Pns. FL 32514

(6723 Plantation Rd, Pns) or call

1850) 476-5100. Apps \ ill be accepted tluhu

April 5. 2006 AA/EOE/ADA


SANTA ROSA COUNTY
HUMAN RESOURCES
EMPLOYMENT ANNOUNCEMENT
I I I i I r- i r : 'f 'I < 1 l ,I l 1, l I ,
ATTENTION: The infonnation gixen on \our applica-
Lion % ill be e hilu:teed gains. t the minimum qutilific.itioin
of the lob desciption. .\il % UIppln' i |Al ,ti ,ii L' 1 I10I1. .
I.' o,, .f J. a- l I i im. in ni., r.l.iteJ ,. '.il l ri-
e'sh c i, .-I-H jrim.l iLc I ''.1,'III '.1i h in [ I u. r jp [',lL. i'll
.A-ftei ll applications tie e,.x luajitd ioui nIdlne i ll be
placed on the eiiplo,', interim Ii, iand i12 adithorit for coniiideratiion Conipleted .iob de-sclip-
tioin,'supplenienrtl questions, can be \ie le led at \\k -
tarosalfl.gov or obtained froni the Hunmian Resource,
office.
Other than this announcement,
no further notification %\ill be sent.



Crime Scene Technician II (1102)
Range: 16 $ 10.97 per hour
-'1 -03/27/2006 04/03/2006**


Code Enforcement Officer (1332)
Range: 16 $ 10.97 per hour
**'03/27/2006 04/03/2006-"


Code Enforcement Officer I (1333)
Range: 18 $ 12.11 per hour
**03/27/2006 04/03/2006**

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**

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


104
General Help
BEST MATCHED
Nanny is recruiting
for a full-time nanny
for a local Muilon
family. hours are
7am-5pm mon -frn.
salary DOE previous
child care experi-
ence needed apply

or call 994-1669 for
more details

BOB'S CANOE
RENTAL
is accepting
applications for
summer lobs.
Call 623-5457
CAMP NIGHT
WATCH/SECURITY
Eckerd Youth Alter-
natives. inc is seek-
Ing a Night Walch
start member lor our
outdoor therapeutic
program in Milion.
FL Monitor youth &
staff in our wooded
campsites to ensure
salftyisecurily dur-
ing niigh Ime hours.
HS or equivalent &
related exp preler-
red. Full lime & ex-
cellent benefit from
day one, Fax re-
sumes to 8501675-
1230 or call 1850i
675-4512 for more
info.
EOE OFWP'vIt, F D,

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we've been training
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CALL TODAY!
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800-709-7364


COOK NEEDED for
Bayou Cafe
lvlonday-Friday
Call 994-9232.


104
General Help
EARN UP to $550
WEEKLY Working
through the govern-
ment. PT No Experi-
ence. Call Today!"
18000488-2921 Ask
lor Department i
EMPLOYEES
WANTED
4-40 hrs per week
to make a adirerence
in the lives of disa-
bled individuals
Flexible day.
evening & weekend
hrs Must have relia-
ble Iransporation &
1 yr exp. in crild
care. home health
leaching assl. &
pass federal back-
ground check To
apply call. 458-3829
EXPERIENCED
MAINTENANCE .
MAN wanted 4 days
a week for Oakwood
Apartments. Apply in
person 6585 Brock
Ave., Milton.
Farmer's
Market Manager
Team Santa Rosa
Devel-pmeni Coun-
cil is seeking a Mar-
kei Mlvanager lor the
Riverwalk Farmer's
[vlarkel 18 hrs wk
April-July $16 34 hr.
Visil www riverwalk-
markei.com or call:
623-0174
FOREMEN To Lead
Utility Contract
Field Crews -
-Outdoor physical
work -
-Many entry,-level
positions
-Paid training
. $14-'hr + bonuses
aher promotion
-Living allowance
when traveling
-Company Iruck and
good benelis
Must have strong
leadership skills., a
good driving history
and be able to travel
to Tennessee and
nearby states.
Email resume to.
Recruiter3@
osmose.com or
tax: 19851871-0605
www.OsmoseUhilit-
ies.co
EOE M.'F. DV.


104
General Help
JANI KING
NOW HIRING
For cleaning lobs in
Pensacola & Milton
*1 immediate full
time cleaning posi-
tion tor days $7,hr

'Pan-time immedi-
ate cleaning posi-
lions available

"Temp summer
positions available
beginning May 5th
must be over age
18i 32-40 rrs,'wk.
Call. 221-9587
LOCAL CHURCH
seeking nursery
worker for Wednes-
day night and Sun-
day morning serv-
ices. Approximately
6-8 hours per week
Call 623-6683 lor
more information.
NEED EXTRA
CASH?
The Press Gazette
has openings for
personable, pro-
lessional individu-
als 10 help with tel-
ephone sales. Im-
pressive earning
opportunities. Call
623-2120. ask for
Tracie.
PART-TIME AT
public accounting
Iirm in Pace Should
have public accounl-
ing experience. Tax
knowledge. Pay de-
pends on experi-
ence Send resume
10: BOOKEEPER,
4430 HWY. 90.
SUITE H. PACE. FL
32571 or Fax Re-
sume Io 995-8849
PLACE YOUR
AD HERE

SANS SOUCISFARMS
seeking Assistant
Grower Nursery
Worker Pay.'salary lit
10 experience.
Knowledge of green-
house production
tecriniques valuable.
Must have own
transportation, be
reliable and speak
or understand Eng-
lish Call- 623-6287
5951 Ogelsby Rd.
Milton


Monday thru Friday; 8:30am. 1:00pm; $10.00


an hour; job includes all household cleaning.


Must be mature, dependable and willing to


work hard. Please call 554.2567 to schedule an


interview. Serious inquiries only,


Zoning Administrator 160411
Range: 21 $ 29.219.80 $ 32.253.19 DOQ
*-'Open Linlil Filled-"


Planner I 16037i
Range: 23 $ 32.253.19 $ 35.601.49 DOQ
-'*Open Until Filled**



Testing \ ill bc held on Thursda). April 6. 2006 for
thos'.e po'i4loniIl tli.-t require te tlinii l; indic.ited in the
minimi l i equ ii eneilt. All applications, supporting
documen'tis and siipplh'eteiial questions must be recer, ed
on or beft'ie lMondi,. -April 3. 201i16 at 30pm in order to
schedule testing. The APPLICANT must contact Hunman
Resouices on 0oi before April 3. 2006 at 4.30 pm to
receive a testing time for the tesiinc date mentioned
above.

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


FOR EACH POSITION ,APPLIED FOR, ALL SUPPLE-
MENTAL QUESTIONS AND ALL REQUIRED SUP-
PORTING DOCUMENTS (i.e diplomas, transcripts.
and/or certificalesi LISTED ON THE JOB DESCRIP-
TION'S, iMUlST BE SUBMITTED BY THE (LOSING
DATE/S NO LATER THAN 4:30pm. DOCUMENTS
MAY BE DELIVERED BY US MAIL, FAX, EMAIL,
'OR HAND DELIVERED.

If the required supplemental questions and supporting
documents are not in by the close date, your applica-
tion will not be submitted for consideration. In an
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
Santa Rosa County Humrnn Resources Office, 6495
Caroline Street; Suite H, Milton, FL 32570, phone (850)
983-1948, Fax (850) 981-2003. Veteran's Preference will
be giver{ in accordance with Florida Statutes.

A Drug Free Workplace/EQUAL OPPORTUNITY
EMPLOYER


104
General Help
PUBLISHER'S
NOTICE
Million Newspapers.
Inc. (dba The Santa
Rosa Press Gazette
and The Sanla Rosa
Free Press) re-
serves the right to
censor, reclassify
revise, edit or reject
any advertisement
not meeting its
standards of accept-
ance. Submission ol
an advertisement
does not constitlute
an agreement to
publish said adver-
tisement Publication
of an advertisement
does not consillute
an agreement for
continued publica-
tion.
STYLIST NEEDED
al Cassandra's
Designs. No
clientele needed
Call. 529-4590 or
995-8015

VOCATIONAL
INSTRUCTOR III
Santa Rosa
Correctional
Institution
Salary $1,00077 -
$1.603.26 biweekly.
The FL Department
of Corrections is ac-
cepting applications
for a Vocational In-
structor III at the
Santa Rosa Correc-
lional Institution in
Milton, FL. Requires
hands on electrical
insiruction.guidance
to inmates. Mulii
possess a HS diplo-
ma or GED & have
3 yrs work exp. in
the area of electron-
iCS. Career Service
position w benefits.
Oualified applicants
should submit a
Slate of FL employ-
ment application to-
Convergys. ATTN:
People First, Staff-
Ing Administration,
PO Box 44058,
Jacksonville, FL
32231 or apply on-
line at: hnps'./peo-
plelirst myflorida co
m or call: 1-877-
562-7287 All appli-
cations should be
submitted by 4 pm,
April 4th CST
(Include position
#70039731 when
submitting applica-
tion.) For more in-
fo, call Pele Boganrt
18501 983-5881
il accomrnodalor' 5
ar& required O paiCi-
pale in IMn applic tlor.
FelechintrtprNo .-S
pleas.e- co ci/,i tte hr.
ng auriorin per-onrnel
Coriic- rn atr,.:i C r-.
lain eieranrs ierans
erence n emp -lo m rt
ti the Stale ,as prti d
e- C., Cr C ,pier 2?5 FL

C,'uira e i- 3PPl\ I
EOE


WANT TO BE A
MEMBER OF A
FORTUNE 500
TEAI'vl'
Baplist Manor has
the following posi-
lions available.

RN/LPN Full time
position, rotate
weekends Will
work as a relief
nurse Experience
in LTC & SNF pre-
ferred. FL license
required..

CNA $500 sign-on
bonus! Full or part
lime or PRr. Must
have FL ceriti ca-
lion

Billing Specialist/
AR Collector
Full time,position
HS/GED, 2 yrs. of
billing & collections
experience re-
quired. Knowledge
of Medicare, Medic-
aid 3rd party collec-
tions, reimburse-
ments, refunds &
3rd party insuran-
ces a must. Ability
to solve & analyze
accounts.
Apply at:
Baptist Manor
10095 Hillview Rd.
Pensacola, FL
32514
(850) 479-4000


104
General Help
WESLEY MEMORIAL
United Mletodist
Church is searching
for a Pianist for
Sunday mornings &
Wednesday eve-
nings. This is a paid
position. For more
information, call:
994-6213

108
Hotel/Motel
& Restaurant
HELP WANTED
lull [ime cook need-
ed for cnild care
center Call. 623-
4930 or apply in per-
son 4996 Glover Ln
CRYSTAL IN MIL-
TON is seeking a
Night Srhih Leader
Will rain. 1 yr. lasi
food exp. & drug
test
required. Apply in
person: 6663 Caro-
line SI.
110
Labor

FORMAN/PROJECT
ESTIMATOR
Esiimalor lull or
part lime. Retirees
welcome Heavy
duvy construction
site wo.rk. mass
grading. Minimum 5
yrs. exp. Compei-
live wage & bene-
tis. Apply 10am-
3pm Monday-Fri-
day. West Dig, Dis-
posal 6341 Hwy.
90. Milton or Fax
1850j 623-9791


HELP WANTED
Underground utility
foremen laborers &
operators Good
pay, Call 232-6503
IMMEDIATE
OPENING
For mainienance.la-
borer position for
Garcon Toll Plaza.
for more into Call.
936-4600
PLANT NURSERY -
General nursery
work, lull time. Prop-
agation experience
desired but willing to
train Part time pos-
sible. Located in Mil-
ton Garcorn Poini
area 983-9121
116
Office Work
PHYSICAL
THERAPY CLINIC
lull time front desk
receptionist Person-
able & organized.
Must have experi-
ence. Contact:
Denise Hussmann
at: 476-4774
SECRETARY
NEEDED Full or pan
line at Pace used
car lot Hrs. M-F 8-5
Call- 995-0280

SECRETARY/
DISPATCHER
Construction orient-
ed Computer., ele-
phone & general of-
lice skills.
Apply 10am-3pm
West Dig Disposal,
6341 Hwy 90, Mil-
ton or FAX 18501
623-9791


120
Professional
HAIRSTYLIST &
NAIL TECH wanted
ClIentele a musti
Paid vacatiron ariter 1
yr Contact in person
at Salon VIP, 5213
Dogwood Dr., Millon
Ask for Patty


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124
Sales &
Telemarketing
$5,500 WEEKLY
Goal Potential If
someone did it, so
can youl 2-3 con-
firmed appointments
daily Benefits Avail-.
able Call Catherine
McFarland:
(888)563-3188.


124
Sales &
Telemarketing


LIBERTY
NATIONAL
Life Insurance Co
Is expanding ias
operation and is
looking for people
to fill insurance
sales & service
positions Average
annual earnings
$48,554 Fringe
benefit package-
2 retirement funds.
health insurance
paid vacation.
convention rips &
many others.
No experience
necessary We
have on ihe lot
training. Contact
Don Wiggins at:
983-7576 or
Fax
resume it:
850-682-1523
Liberty National
is an EOE


REACH FOR
THE STARS
Claim your $2,0001
signing bonus and
elevate lhe- quality of
lile ol everyone 'Vou
see' Here are tihe
lop "10" reasons
why our sales reps
love us:

10. Corn,pari,' Paai
Heal h Eel- ii
9. Weekly Pay
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7. M.areageTeri i Opp.:.r-
lur,.ieS:
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orr.pleTied Pre ienra-
ic.ri 1 ) 90 Dai- I
1. c2 000 ,.igrir.ng B.-
rnus

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


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$2,000 signing bo-
nus free into & pro-
gram details. Call
Catherine McFar-
land ea:
t8881563-3168


310
Business
Opportunities
#1 CORPORATE
Sports Apparel
Franchise Full
Training aard Sup-
port. No Exp. Need-
ed. Financing avail.
Call (800)727-6720.
www.EmbroidMe.com ..
ACCT REP/LOCAL
REP Earn Executive
Level Income, P/T or
F/T 5 13 000 invest-
ment includes 30
Accounts, inventory.
Territory, Training
Proven Poduct 16
Year Old Co.
(888)456-0261.
BRAND NAME So-
da/Candy Route
.Earn BIG $$. $0
down financing
(800)367-6709
x3177 (24/7)
BO#2510
EARN $500 DAILY!
No selling. We make
every $597 sale and
pay you $500 com-
mission. Not MLM
(877) 251-8300
VENDING ROUTE:
Snack, Soda, Juice,
Water All Brands
Great Equipment &
Support., Full Line.
Financing Available
w/$7,500 Down
(877)843-8726
(BO#2002-037)


310
Business
Opportunities
WIN FEMA/FEDER-
AL CONTRACTS'
Our GOVERNMENT
REGISTRATION ;
STARTER KIT
makes it easy to be-
come a government
vendor. Everything
you need to get
slaned $29.95. Visit
us at www.oh icalie-
maconlracts corn or
180015-49-1515

315
Business Services
01518931DAY BY
Dag Oualiry Fenc-
ing Competitive
pricing for all of your
fencing needs. LO-
cally licensed,
owned and operat-
ed. We look forward
to your call. New
fencing or repairs
Call 850-529-3546.
ABBERSHAY
STUMP REMOVAL
TREE SERVICE
1850) 449-6757
ARRESTED? ALL
Criminal Defense
Felonies. Misde-
meanors. Stale or
Federal Charges.
Parole...Probation,
DUI. Traflic Tickets,
Bond Reduction.
PRIVATE ATTOR-
HEYS STATEWIDE
24 HOURS A-A-A
ATTORNEY RE-
FERRAL SERVICE
18001733-5342
ARTIE KELLER
STUCCO. Licensed
and Insured. Con-
ventional and Syn-
thetic Systems. No
lob too big nor to
small. Call 698-8327
or 626-9164
BORDER TO Bor-
der Fence and Deck
Company All types
of fencing installed
and repaired Spe-
cializing in privacy
fencing and wooden
decks. Our privacy
fences are built with
SCREWS Free Es-
timates. 485-2532.
BUDGET HOUSE
PAINTING
Insured & Licensed
Call Andy at.
18501 304-9680
CALL ME for all
.iour mortgage
needs. 'Even it your
credit isn't perfect'
, Purchase. ReFi.
' 100- Loans. No In-
come Verticato'n.
Easy.. Fast.. De-
pendable. Bill Tim-
bie 850-380-0220
General Mongage
Consultants. Inc
2160 Creighiion Rd
Pensacola. FL.
32504. www.billim-
bie.com 850-479-
1665 fax 850-479-
1908
b&D REMODELING
INC. General Con-
tractor All Types
Home Mvlaintenance:
Roofsf t.o Floors
Renovations. Decks.
Tile. Plumbing, Etc.
Evictions. Move-
Outs, Construction
Cleaning. Pressure
Washing. Painting.
Tree work, & Etc.
Locally owned
FREE ESTIMATES.
Lic #4710-0037952
CELL#261-1173
CELL#261-3598
DAN'S TRACTOR
worts Licensed and
insured Bush-hog-
girng Discing Front-
end loading. Debris
removal. Dan Fran-
cisco, owner. Cell
(850) 529-8718.
Home (850) 623- .
8697
DAY BY Day Quality
Fencing. Competi-
tive pricing for all of
your fencing needs.
Locally licensed,
owned and operat-
ed. We look forward
to your call. New
Fencing or repairs.
Call 850-529-3546.
DOUBLE "B" Land
Clearing. Backhoe
Work. Licensed and
Insured. Bryen Bal-
lard. (850)994-5740
or (850)232-1581.
DOUG'S LAWN
SERVICE


Mowing & Edging,
Trimming Bushes,
Landscaping, Mulch-
ing, Tractor work,
Gutter Cleaning &
full lawn 'services.
Owner operated and
a local yocal. Call
623-5370 or
(cell)850-324-9149

J&L FENCE
COMPANY
983-3428








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315
Business Services
FIELD
ELECTRIC, INC.
Providing your resi-
deniial, commercial
& portable generator
panel needs.
Call William at.
1850) 791 -4381
SLicER 13013420
S FIREFIGHTERS
FENCING
Quality Workman-
"* ship On Your Priva-
cy Fencing Needs
Licensed 18501 554-
1087 G.xod Fences
A .ae Good 'jegntors
.. .. G&E
LANDSCAPING &
TREE SERVICES
Free estimates,
credits card ok
S Grading, mulching,
weeding, trimming,
--' new beds, old beds
redone, clean ups,
clearing slump
grinding, tree
removal 529-5650
H-OME REPAIRS
'Carpenter repairs
S Door repair & re.
placement
Small stucco re-
pairs
S Fir.ihr, ork
o il repair
'Waterprooing
Sk./lgriis
S Lcens-ed .s. Insured
S Call Ijick a" 983-
7562 or 450-2521
IRENE'S PET Care
Pet Sitting
Dog Valking
..- yrs. in Rescue
Milc.n, Florida
? 1 6501 981-1007

J & L
PRESSURE
CLEANING
983-3428



J&L HOIMIE
IMPROVEMENT
983-3428


JOINER DUMP
iruck. and iracior
S Bbcal and Iractor
: wi'rk ,r,.. Aay
:ul'.'ert., lightly land
,:-aning Siie prep
and ,i:lan up Fill
din. bro:wrn din and
iinmeroCi, hauling
Mc hael Ponrter
1850 9i.3-9883
To:,r J.' .ri ii
ic501 554-3460
LACEY FENCING -
c r Ocking.11IC ser.-
i ce include ler.ening,
decking-,, and marine
,.,onf.irumeirOn ii-
,rcened & insured
: ALL WORK CGUAR.
I.TEED Call u:s i%-
da., lor a iree esll-
n al-e 185110 623-
25-11
LAND CLEARING &
DOZER TRACTOR
WORK Specializingr
in cul'.ern insIalia-
lionr dr'nveway,., lev-
-'hrinO r ,'-,,i rakimnq.
bui -.:ggoiri.; & ,J4, -
S ,in, Euipirieni and
rrlieriai iranrspOcrl
a. q ilajLle B, the ih 'jo
or hour Call Billy'
'r Ro ers. ior e lima trnaei:
57.-4-95. or 261-
S 84.
LAWN SERVICE
Mowing, edging &
trimming.Dependa
-ble and
Saiej-cnable6 rates
*. Call: 393-2032
LOCAL HOME Re-
pair Painil drwali.
Strim & tile. Fence re-
i' :,ar & iri, allariuri
10 years experi-
Sence. Contact Paul
i.l. .li.ilen 850-723-

MAJESTIC
CLEANING
SERVICE
Industrial, residential
& commercial
SL,:-i ed/Bonded
S & Insured
SFree Estimates!
S. Call: 623-2220
"Keeping Your
World Clean"


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

MOBILE HOME
Brokers. Major
and minor repairs.
Reroof, patio
covers, screen
rooms, leveling,
locally owned,
operated. Free
estimates. 100%
Financing WAC.
Call 857-1051.


315
Business Services
NEW HOPE PAINT-
ING & WALLPA-
PERING "Drywail
repairs & patchwork
'Pressure clearing
(homes decks, pa-
tios, drv.eways. &
sidewalks) *Carpen-
ry, work (crown
molding. paneling,
trinm base & case in-
siall cabinets & build
decks I Residential.
interor.Exierior.
Family owned busi-
ness, over 30 years
Call The Ericksens
lodayi i850i723-
2550 or 623-6034

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tDiv-Irne'li 8,Adupriion'8il
Nam Changr '55
FREE T ping, c ll i..r
'.,rkilhlt 56 11 4.34-75.24
15?1N."\'"S. i
S I blk. N. .. FIla M.uklli6
SEPTIC TANK in-
stallation and repairs
Jerf Busby Land
Clearing Inc. Call,
-983:-8822
STUMP-EASE
STUMP GRINDING
Most removals $35
Discount for mrnuliple
removals & Back-
yard a,,ces--i ie
LOCal C',n:rracloi
Retired USIJ
Licensed & insured
232-8746
THE MOWER Medic
We service '(Your
ow:er rin your Ihome
a[ your
coIlvenriierice
Bcb Knowles. ohice
i150i 626-8300 Cell
18501 982-3576.
TNT CARPORTS
R.V. & Boal covers
Buildings.
Garages
Pornaable Sheds
CARPORTS
Single $595S
Double $69r5
12 X 41-$1295
24 X 31 $1990
Galanized Sieel
Many, sizes.colors
Firar.'. -i.) viable
Fr, .3. ei. r,- '. ,.. p
i38"0i 983-22n:11 ,i
Pager ?,05-1867
VICKERS FENCING
*Making good neigrn-
bors one fence at a-
lime Specializing in
-ood fences -lew
ui-n.lajlatlons and re-
patir ComrnpeI'live
pricing Licensed
and Insured. Free
esitiales. 994-7585
or 791-0198

325
Domestic
DEPENDABLE
HOUSEKEEPER
Seeking additional
clients Over 15
years of experience'
References avail.
upon request
Call. 994-6236
335
Financial Services
WE BUY
MORTGAGES
Are you collecting
parents on a mort-
oage Why wah t
.tears I:Or payments
Call 1800, 282-1251

345
Lawn Care

CLARK'S LAWN
CARE Ge-,ieral
L.lainie.nan-e 5.. l11i
T pe- of Tractor
Work Licensed &
Insured. Call: Mike
Clark at 626-2428
PAGE'S TREE
SERVICE'
Trim, cut &remove
Call: 626-2159 (if
no answer, please
ieave imeis ,ageli
FIREWOOD $50.
a load and up


2006 JEEP COMMANDER

* .. .


345
Lawn Care


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

HIGH SCHOOL
TEENAGER
Does lawn care in
the Pace.Milton
area Most yards
$25 Call Chad at:
983-8887 or 982-
2847 cell
350
Senior Care


GRANNY NANNIES
Arlordabie Home
Care Services.
Highly Qualified
Personal Care
Givers Includes
CNA and HHA
available up to 24
hrs a day"7days a
week. Serving San-
la Rosa and Es-
cambia Counties.
Quality Home
Health Care Since
1990.
*"4 Helping Hand
and A Genrile Hearr'
995-0599
Lirft.JR30i2 1252



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







402
Apartments
PACE AREA
Nice 1 BR:1BA
Apartment for Rent
lend aparlmenli
Waieruncluding hoti.
sewer& garbage
furnished Nice yard.
quiel area. Great for
one or two people.
$265.'mo. $265 dep.
Call. 18501 626-9020




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404
Commercial
COMMERCIAL
PROPERTY Down-
town Historic Milton
Call for inlo. 983-
7807
FOR LEASE
1800, sq. ft. office
space., new H&A,
carpet, vinyl and
paint. Call: 623-
5618
NEWLY REMOD-
ELED Ohice Spaces
'Available for rent
$200.$250 .
conveniently located
across the street
* from Santa Rosa
County Courthouse
Call 850-623-0208
for'details


404
Commercial
OFFICE FOR lease,
Pace location. 995-
4804.

406
Homes
2BR/2BA
EXCELLENT condi-
tion with deep water
dock. Blackwater
Bay,very secluded &
quiet neighborhood.
$995.'mo. $500/dep.
994-0667
3BED/2BA 1 year
old unturnished
house Stove, refrig-
erator. dishwasher &
garage. Genesis
Park Subdivision.
No pets, no HUD
Credit check
$925 mo' $975 dep
748-3046
3BR/2BA HOME for
renl. All appliances
included $950,mo.
Call: 380-8844
CONVENIENT TO
Whiting. New. 1715
SF 3,'2, 2 car garage
built in 2005 $1095
plus deposit. TMGR
Property Manag-
meni. 572-1258
FOR RENT
2BR,'BA Home
2850 Myree Lane
Pace $800,'mo.

3BRi2BA Waterfront
home 5084 San
Miguel $1800/mo

SANTA ROSA
REALTY
623-0077
FOR RENT
3BRI1BAon 1 acre
in Bagdad avail.
April lsi.
895mo/895dep in-
cludes-garbage no
smokers no pets
Call Janet:
206-3666
HOME FOR RENT
Ouiet clean off
slreel parking
3BR/2BA, screened
porch, lenced back-
yard, Downlown His-
toric Milton Long
term lease required.
$1000/mo plus unltl-
ies Call. (850) 983-
7807 Pets OK'
HOUSES FOR
RENT in Millon &
Pace 3BRi2BA .
double car garage
& lenced yard
$925'mo. $700dep.
Call 981-0495
NEW 4BR/2BA all
appliances included
lovely
neighborhood,
large lot. $1250 mo.
Call to appointment
995-8588
408
Land

LAND FOR SALE
Refer to
Classification
#510

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

2BR/1BA
MOBILE Home
[or rent. $500, mo
+ $450 dep Call:
499-7412 or 537-


416
Vacation & Resort


VACATION HOME
Come oI thea Smoky
Mountains Two,
Rivers Lodge or,
Hwy 19 Has room.
vw 'kichenettes.
beds & -sofa beds
on 2 riv.er- 5 miles
irom Cherokee.
lorth Carolina Ca-
sinos, rafting, hiking
available. Call
1850u 450-6342 or
1 -828-488-2284
www.lwomvers
lodgenc.cc'mrn


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


410
Mobile Homes
FOR RENT
2 bdr front kitchen
on 1/4 lot winh porch
Easigate mobile
home ranch 623-
8973
FOR RENT
2BR front dining-
room on Avalon
Blvd. Call: 626-8973
FOR RENT
2BR/2BA lotal elec-
tric Eastgate mobile
home ranch Call:
626-8973.
FOR RENT
mobile home
3BR 2BA double
widoe. total elec. no
pets 750mo.500 dep
5345 Spruce St.
Navarre Call: 994-
7918
FOR RENT East
Milton 3.'BR 2/B.
double-wide mobile
home on 2 acres.
Beautiful country liv-
ing, shaded, private,
island kitchen, ceil-
ing fans, fireplace
large screened
porch, open deck,
and small car shed
$900/mo, isi & lasi
month's rent and
$300.00 deposit.
850-261-6571 o.r
850-623-5049 Tues-
Fri.

412
Rooms For Rent
ROOM FOR
Rent, large room,
included utilities.
washer-dryer, share
ktachen, near Kings
Middle School. $75
per week
Call 626-2786
ROOM FOR RENT
to ind duall
$300.'mo + $300 dep
Pay 1.3-1.2 of elec-
tric'waler bills iNo
smoking. drugs or
peis Kilchen wasrih-
er.dryer, phone privi-
leges Locaied onl
Berryhill Rd.- Milion
572-0396 or 623-
0185
414
Roommates
Wanted

ROOMMATE
WANTED
mature adult female
ieo - share small
home. non-smoking
enviromeni.includes
utilities. must hare
references 300mo
100dep Call: 626-
8748


452
Apartments
MOTIVATED IN-
VESTOR wants to
Liquidate 2 Units in
Jade Beach, Sunny
Isle, FL. 38th Floor
Unit "E and 28th
Floor Unit C"
e-mail:
RMW @ROCK-
LANDFINANCiAL C
OM or Call Robert
1818i224-4555.





506
Homes


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


3 OR 4 BR/ 2BA.
1900 sq.h. ranch
style home ofr of
Willard flHorris or
sale. $135,000
Corner loi & great
neigri-orho d!

3/BR 2/BA Double
car garage. large
vard and new roof
Cedar Ridge Sut.-d-
'..sion. Call lor an
appoirilment 961-
0378
3BR/2BA HOME
will 1,575 sq. I1 &
1500 sq. ht.workshop
$189.900 Owner
finance $10.000
dowin.7',., 30 yrs.
Approx $1,190.89
P&i a monin Call
Linda. 983-3062
HOME FOR sale 4
bed,' 2balh all new
appliances included
approx 2400 sq.'Vt
large loi in nice
neighborhood
$220,000 Call 850-
380-8844
WATERFRONT HOME
On Locklin Lake
FSBO Over 2,000 sl
of living space hard-
wood floors, lire-
place w&inserl & new
roof. 6603 Lake-
shore in 'MIilion
$195,000 Call- 1850)
957-4057
510
Land

ALLENTOWN
MILTON
4 miles North of
Whiting Field.
New 14 acres, 4
101 subdivision.
Beauliul 3
acres at $79,000
each, 4 acres at
$89,000 each
Ready to build
Call:
(860i 459-8279
www stowerslane co
m
LAND FOR RENT
Reler I.:o
Classification
#408


556
Homes
ADULT COMIC
TIES and
Properties For
Ocala -;
County Team
Estate of Ocal
Realtor Ml
Listing S
1888 1391-6658
NEAR BA
GA. 6,200 sq
press, house
on 95 acres
acre pond. Exc
location, be
home. Hunti
Fishing Pai
$650.000. 191
8916.
OPEN H
THOROUGH
HORSE FARM
TATE LIO
TION' Sa
March 111h
3pm 67 ac
$689.000 Hi
sione home.
barns, indoor
arena, acres &
of quality
pasture vv
avail! Aw
views, gorgeo
ling on quiet c
lane near Sta
esl & more
opportunities'
than 3, 1 2 hr
City, Call 187
5263 NOW or
hp' 'h rorselar
slalenyland cr
prnoitos & drire
Brokers welco

ST. PETERS
CONDOS Re
Owned. 55+
Renials or
Many
A'-.livilnes-Ame
1 Bedroomrn
$65,900. 2 Be
frorn $89.900
Elaine King,
ache
(7271525-9018
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556
Homes

WESTERN NEW
MEXICO Private 62
acre ranch $110,990
Mr views, trees, roll-
ing hills, pasture-
land, borders BLM
1930s stone home-
stead with 2 barns.
Horseback riding,
hiking, hunting. Per-
fect family ranch.
electricity 100c fi-
nancing. NALC.
1866) 365-2825


510
Land
ONE ACRE ideal for
mobile home or dou-
ble wide 143'X305'.
high & dry located
near cul-de-sac on
Sleepy Hammock
Rd. $29,500 Call:
18501 626-8082 ERA
Bill Wallace Really

PACE ACREAGE
Beautiful 5 acre lot
in Woodbine Hills
Can be subdivided.
'Partially cleared
good access 10
Sweet Bay Dr. Look
for "For Sale' sign
on corner of Sweet
Bay-Woodglen.
$199.000 Call
i2511 463-4329 Ior
more inio.



SECLUDED &
SERENE

SIW ol HAs Whil-
ring Field

20 Placid acres
zoned agricultural

3 mobile nomes,
garage, t.arn. shed

$263 000
626-6767



SECLUDED &
SERENE

I JW o INAS Whil-
ing Field

20 lacid acres
zoned agricultural

3 mobile homes,
garage barn, shed

$263.000

626-6767


512
Mobile Homes
MOBILE HOME
FOE SALE
2BR'2BA on corner
lot Call. 983-4930

SECLUDED 6
ACRES NE ol
Million 10 minutes
from Blackwater
Stale Park
Two 1999 Palm
Harbor modular
homes 3BR 2BA
frconi back porch
on roih, snop,
stic'rage, fully
stocked lish pond.
4 acres fenced
paslure beauilul
family homesile.
Music sell for
medical reasons
$300.000 for all
Call-
18501 957-8784 or
1850i 554-5237


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2 1510 86,800
2 .1525 87,600
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2 1'586 98,100
2 1610 91,200
2 1622 95,000
2 1713 97,300
2 1812 101,300
2 1812 101,700
)2 1833. 116,600
2 1949. 108,400
2 2129 131,300
2 1/2 2215 126,300
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afterr access
34,900 with
Boat Slips
3 CLOSING
Huge
savings on
lly wooded
ai 34,000
ike Tennes-
joy unlimited
recreation,
ded by state
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4-3154. x
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Mountain Air, .
& Streams,
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creage
BROCHURE
642-5333
O1 Murphy .
eachtree St.
N.C. 28906'
It' r.irrnorc.r ,'c.m
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$689,900
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huge barns,
arena, 70+
lush lenced
ks, nice set-
quiet country
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siae in Citru.
unty Call
i 422-0751

560
Land
ARK. & TENN
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ment Call to-
721 215-7625
or Visil
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th cy- 558 nancing
Mlodge Investments (80070-
with 3 1060 ACRE farm in 722 TN
cellent North Arkansas ners. LL
'autiful Pasture, timber. NORTH
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raise. Key riunting. 6 Views
2)632- ponds Home
& 35 acre lake. A
$1,500.000 FREE I
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SES- ties of Ihe Ozarks Realty
SESA- (800) 783-6634 317 P1
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lurday COASTAL NC Mur
9am- WATERFRONT TH*Or
res 1 5 Acres $99.900 THORSC
-istonc Beautifully wooded, HOacRSE
huge great views, pristine Beautf
riding shoreline, deep Beauiu
acres boatable water' En- hrlomeo
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w more Sound Atlantic.. padoc
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country Excellent tiarncing Ca' lane 3
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560
Land
FOR SALE
S Rural Hunting
Timber land 222.2
acres,$2500/acre.
Atkinson County,
Georgia. Call for
info (334) 393-
5036 or (334)
464-4004
GEORGIA
BLAIRSVILLE IN
THE NORTH
GEORGIA MOUN-
TAINS. Land,
Homes, Commercial
& Investment. "EV-
ERYTHING WE
TOUCH TURNS TO
SOLD" Jane Baer
Realty, 17061745-
2261, 18001820-
7829 www janeaer-
realltyom ,janeba-
er@alltel net
GOLF LOT SALE!
Blue Ridge Moun-
tains! Near Ashe-
ville. NC. BeauLitully
wooded homesiles
orn 18-hole Dye de-
signed goli course
Unbelievable incen-
yives Call toll-free
i866)334-3253
X1047cherokeeval-

LAKEFRONT AND
Lakeview Properties
-Nestled in the hills of
Tennessee on the
shores of pristine
Norris Lake Call
Lakeside Realty ai
-14231626-5820 Or
visit www lakesi-
derealty-in com.
LOOKING TO OWN
LAND') Invest in ru-
ral acreage through-
out Amervia; coast-
-al. mountain, water-
front properties. 20
to10 200 acres. FREE,
monthly Special
Land Reports-
www.landwanted co
misw
TENNESSEE
MOUNTAIN
ACREAGE
Gated mountain
. community borer-
ing a large lake.
Spectacular views
Community boat
ramp. pri.aie boat
siip.S Between Cihai-
l.anr oga ,& Knox.-.ile..
Call today.
18661292-5769
Gaies of the River


560
Land
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
t8661 365-6103



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NC MOUNTAINS
10.51 acres on
mountain iop in gai-
ed community, view,
trees, waterfall &
large public lake
nearby, paved pri.
,,ale access
$119,500 owner
i866 789-8535
www NC77.com.
NORTH CAROLINA
MOUNTAIN/LAKE
LOTS. Deep water
dockable lots from
$134,900. New
Properties Now
Available! NClake-
front.com Really
18001659-6017 or
1828)228-6199
www nclakefront co
rn
TN WATERFRONT
N1OUNTAIN PROP-
ERTY Scenic home-
sites surrounding
Lake Barkley 1 ro 6E
acre view sites & 5
to 40 acre privacy
siies irorri re $40's.
90 minm to Nashville
Grand opening
ol Phase II
coming soonI
Call 18661 339-4966
WESTERN NEW
Mexco- 20 Acres
Starting at $39.990
Scenic region.
Views, trees, rolling
hills, wildlife Family
reireat, hunting
properly or year
round home r 'Power
100 linancing.-
NALC 1866)365-
2825.


560
Land
WATERFRONT
BARGAINS!
Lake Access from
$202/month!"
Direct Lakefronr
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
appointment!
(888) LAKESALE
x 1030 "Based on
purchase price of
$39,900 w,' 10o
down, fixed rate of
6.7500 for 5 yrs,
15-year term w/
balloon payment
due at the end ol
5 yrs. Terms and
rates subject to
change without
notice. Void
where prohibited
by law.





706
Livestock Supplies


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


708
Pets
FREE TO
good home, beauti-
ful young persian
cat, liner
Iraindeuiered,
.declawed rent
paws. all shots.
Call: 632-4811
GERMAN SHEP-
HERD Excellent
coat, 13 months old,
all vaccinations
obedience Irained
$200 w'accessorles
Call. 292-8765
KITTENS, ADORA-
BLE, playful, Iree to
loving home., Iiter
bo trained Call

PUPPIES FOR sale
mixed lab $20 each.
626-6767


712
Lost & Found
PETS


FOUND-
BROWN & WHITE
Male Dog in the
Guernsy Rd. Pace
area. Call 995-
5746 or 261-3598
or 261-1173.
LOST 9 month old
white & black
medium hair dog
look like a
Springer Spaniel.
Lost in vicinity of
Stewart St. Re-
ward offer. 626 -
6444 or 516 -
5445
LOST BEAGLES in
East Milton area.
Right after Dennis
near the end of July.
1 male. 1 female.
Please call with any
information 626-
2428 or 516-7983.

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





804
Apparel


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


806
Appliances
FOR SALE
gas dryer $75 Call-
626-4266
814
Furniture
COFFEE TABLE &
2 end tables. Beauli-
ful solid wood &
metal w/glass insels.
Paid $600 asking
$225 King malress
set, good condition
$100 Call: 626-6405


814
Furniture

LEATHER LOVE
seal & 2 recliners
$900 for all; Oak full
size wall unit $350;
Sony 30' color TV
$100: Glass coffee
& end table
$100/both; Large
white oak girls
dresser $150; Light-
tan cloth sofa &
loveseat w/ortoman
$200/both. Must
sell! Call: 626-6404

NEW LARGE
sectional sofa w/2
recliners & sleeper
Lt. brown stain-
resistant fabric
$1,000 OBO Call:
623-3519

SOFA & OVER-
SIZED MATCHING
CHAIR Wheat col-
ored, w/pillows.
$500 lor both

4 WOOD SWIVEL
BARSTOOLS
w/backs 30" $100
for 4 stools.

ANTIQUE CHILD'S
ROLLTOP DESK
Maple $200
For more info call:
712-1897


818
Lawn Equipment
CRAFTMAN 42 inch
riding lawnmower
$250.00 Call 994-
7736.
FOR SALE- Murray
12.5 h.p., 38 in. cut
riding lawnmower
w/dump cart. New,
less than 20 hours
running time. $700.
983-2779.
RIDING LAWN-
MOWER 5 yr. old
Murray 12.5 HP,
40"cul, Briggs &
Stratton engine
$350 Call: 994-
8671
830
Miscellaneous
For Sale
AIR TANK 60 gal-
lons. compressor
went kaput, bul the
storage tank is per-
fectl $60 firm Call.
981-9554


830
Miscellaneous
For Sale
BUILDING SALE!
"Go Direct/Save!"
20x26 Now $5100.
25x30 $6800. 30x40
$10,600. 40x60
$16,600. Extensive
range of sizes and
models. Extensive
range of sizes and
models Doors/ac-
cessories optional.
Pioneer (800) 668-
5422.
BUILDING SALE
"Rock Bottom Pricest"
20x30 Now $4100.
25x40 $6200
30x50 $9,800.
40x80 $18,400
Extensive range of
sizes and models
Ends/accessories
optional
Pioneer (8001668-5422
BUILDING SALE
Beat Next Increasel
20x26 Now $4200
25x30 $5800
30x40 $9200
40x60 $14,900
Extensive range of
sizes and models.
Front end optional
Pioneer
18001) 668-5422
DEMO HOMESITES
WANTED NOW!
For me NEW Kayak
Pool' The On-
Ground Pool with
In-ground Featuresl
Unique Opportunity.
SAVE $$. Call
1866) 348-7560
FREE ESTIMATES!
Financing
FRESH FLORIDA
PRODUCE
now at Pea Ridge
Flea Market' Open
Wed-Sun 8:30 am-
3:30 pm Call: 390-
5872 or 791-0059
for more info.
Tomaloes,strawber-
ries, squash, etc..
HANDICAPPED
PORTABLE shower
unit w/pump, hosing
& shower chain.
Never been used.
$3,000
Call: 623-3519
HONDA GENERATOR
EM2500X Easy
start. quiet running,
excellent condition.
$350 Call 994-0918
TWO 8 fool round
permacasi columns
6.inch diameters..
w/caps & bases.
Call 623-3519


830
Miscellaneous
For Sale
HUNT DEER,
TURKEY & QUAIL
Semi-guided hunts
5 days Room includ-
ed Book 5 hunts,
get 1 FREE. Oklaho-
ma bordering Kan-
sas 1 tract along
the Cimarron River.
Approx. 6.000 acres.
Call Sid at
Woolfolk Ranch
1580) 334-8294
I WILL remove junk
vehicles for free
Call: 306-5397 or
957-4761
NEW STANDING
frame for handicap-
ped person. $2000
Call: 623-3519




We Deliver & Install
Centipede
St. Augustine
Bermuda
Balled Pine Straw
Call us first, Save Time
Call us last Save Money
Hwy. 87 So.' Millon

626-8578K

WASHER & DRYER
2 yrs. old $150
each; 2 bikes $25
each; 2 oak bar
stools; $40 each
treadmill: 2 yrs. old
$100 Call:626-6963

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Scr. Augusine
Farm Direct r
W'e Deli-er
434-0066
WOLFF
TANNING BEDS
Buy Direct ahd
Save! Full Body
units from $22 a
month! FREE
Color Catalog
CALL TO-DAY!
(800)842-1305
www np etstan com.
832
Miscellaneous
Wanted
GLASS CRAFTER
needs emply glass
soft drink bottles, iall
kinds. Not necessa-
rily collectors edi-
tions. Will pick up.
983-8042.


832
Miscellaneous
Wanted
PAY CASH for
junk cars or
trucks. Running or
not. Call 983-9527
WANTED TO BUY.
Lincoln Wheat Cents
and Old Coins
Single coins, accu-
mulations, entire col-
lections. Littleton
Coin Company
Since 1945. Call
t800) 581-2646
e-mail
coinbuyg@lit-
tietoncoin.com.
Mention code
B8K720
WANTED TO Buy:
Morgan Silver Dol-
lars and Old US
Coins. Single coins,
accumulations, en-
tire collections. Lit-
tieton Coin Compa-
ny Since 1945. Call
1800)581-2646. e-
mail coinbuy'hlittle-
toncoin.com. Men-
tion code B8K920.
WANTED TO Buy:
Paper Money and
Old Coins. Single
coins, notes, accu-
mulations, entire col-
lections. Littleion
Coin Company
Since 1945. Call
(8006581-2646. e-
mail coinbuy(ihlirlle-
loncoin.com. Men-
tion code B8K520.
WE BUY
HOUSES! Sell
yours quick and
easy. Fast Cash,
Fast Closing, Any
Situation OK.
www buymyman-
sion.com,
1877)239-9761.
834
Lost & Found
MERCHANDISE

FOUND
In Loving Memory
ot Jack Ferrara
card. Please call
623-3616 and ask
for Tracie

FOUND
Boating & Fishing
equipment left be-
hind at boal launch
at bridge by the Riv-
erwalk. Please call
983-8243 to identify.


834
Lost & Found
MERCHANDISE

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





904
Cars
1999
VOLKSWAGON
GLS Black, alloy
wheels, AC. front &
side air bags, 6 disc
CD player, power
windows & door
locks, security sys-
tem. $6,500 OBO
Call: 626-4239









906
Boats
15FT GHENEE
BOAT 4HP Johnson
Trailer $1400.00.
994-8675
93 JOHNSON MO-
TOR 25HP, Shah
and tiller handle
$1200.00. 994-8675
VLX BLAZER
BASS BOAT 17.6 ft
Merc XR-4 150HP
SS prop $4,000.
994-8675

908
Farm Equipment

01 FREIGHTLINER
dump truck. New 20
ton equipment trail-
er with air breaks.
01 Case backhoe.
94 D4H hightrack,
widetrack caterpillar
dozer. All for
$157,000.
Please call at
850-957-4952 or
850-261-8407

FERGUSON
TRACTOR
2 disc bush hog
$4,500 Call: 438-
4773 or 304-9653


910
Motorcycles
FOR SALE
Honda Goldwing
motorcycle 1989
GL1500 mint.
cond. maroon lots
of extras
everything new.
Call: 983-2296 or
206-4008
912
Motor Homes
FOR SALE
1976 Dodge Gigi:
motor home needs
batteries $899 OBO
Call: 626-4266
916
Sport Utility
Vehicles

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


918
Trucks
1987 BRONCO 4x4
full size. New 302
motor (works great!),
4WD, many other
new parts. $4,500
OBO Call. 207-1169
or 626-6405
1987 FORD F250
Extended cab
Good engine,
transmission &
brakes. $2,500
OBO Call: 981-
4934
2002 CHEVY Silver-
ado 1500 truck for
sale. Air, cruise con-
trol, automatic. Sell-
ing below Blue Book
value! $13,500
Call: 995-8779
91' CHEVY S-10,
4.3 Liter, V-6.
$2,500. 994-7286
920
Vans
1997 DODGE
CARAVAN SPORT
Loaded, 157,000
miles $3,250 OBO
Call: 995-4278
922
Other
1973 CHEVROLET
BUS
$1,000 Call:
572-6500
REAR WINDOW
Mid 90's Ford
Ranger pick-up $60
Call: 623-0778


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Driveway, Culverts. Light Land Clearing
Site Prep and Clean Up
Fill Dirt. Brown Dirt and
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Michael Porter
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Tony Joiner
, (850)554-3460


Insured
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Also Removes
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Backyard Accessible
* Local Contractor-Retired USN
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850-994-0897

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Owner


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Commercial and Residential
Licensed & Insured
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SERVICES
FOR FREE ESTIMATES CREDIT CARDS OK
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GRADING, MULCHING, WEEDING,
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CLEAN-UPS, CLEARING, STUMP
GRINDING, TREE REMOVAL.
(850) 529-5650


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Lic. # ER13013420


COMMERCIAL RESIDENTIAL
GENERATOR INSTALLATION
William

850-791-4381

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SSTUMP
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(850) 449-6757

LAWN SERVICE
Mowing, edging & trimming Depernable
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RESIDENTIAL & COMMERCIAL
Call: 393-2032

Niew Hope Painting
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Interor ,S Exteror Redential
Drywall
Pressure Cleaning
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Carpentry Work
Call the Ericksens today!
723-2550 623-6034


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Meals
Light housework
Errands


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w 626-9164


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All Steel Construction
FREE: Delivery I Setup
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OFFICE "" rb"'

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Reasonable Rates Free Estimates
(850) 529-0434
S(850)623-0493


The Mower Medic
Ife service Your 1ower in
your home aw your
convenience

Bob Knowles
Office (850) 626-8300
Cell (850) 982-3576


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850-723-9767


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Historic District, Downtown Milton
Beautiful building & surrounding grounds
provide an ideal setting for your celebration
renial available for meetings wedding
recep'lons, anniversary &
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Mark Lewis Pace FL
Owner (850) 654-1087
Licensed
Good Fences MaAe Good Neighbors


,,,P6 Backhoe Work "&,4
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Hurricane Clean-up
Dirt Work
No Job Too Big or Small
Brven Ballard


*g D&D
Remodeling
General Contractor
All Types Home Maintenance
RCo 1 I.- Floors F rnc .al.l r
Deca.s Ti- Plurr.nirin E;:,,r.
Move-oul. C .onslrcucior CiEanmr
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2160 Creighton Rd. Pensacola, FL, 32504
www.billtimbie.com
850-479-1665 fax 850-479-1908


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