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Place of Publication: Milton Fla
Creation Date: April 5, 2006
Publication Date: 1984-
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Slipping through cracks:


Mobile home owners finding hurricane recovery difficult


li*U4


Laurie Smith was just one of
many who showed up at Oops
Alley Sunday to "Bowl for a
Cure". The event raised money
for the Breast Cancer
Foundation.
See SPORTS, Page 1B.


NEWS


BRIEFS
Highland Games
begin Saturday
By JIM FLETCHER
Pr.Ns Gaerri -.4 sistant Publisher
Whether you oxwn a kilt.
ha\e ancestors w\ho hail .from
Scodand. or lust like to have a'
good dme. you'll want to be at
the Pace Presbyterian Church
Saturday from 9 a.m. until 5
p ini.
That's % hen the :trnnutal
Scotnsh Fesn\ al and:Highlaind
Ga.unes kick off.
The $5 entrN fee covers
everyone in a car.
Amopg the acti cities on tap
for the event. hea vy weight ath-
letic competition. canine agil-
t. children's games. Scotti,,sh
food. a sheep dog demonjstra-
tion. Highland dancing. 'Celtic
music, pipe bands and more.
The Pace Presb\ terian
Church is located at 4587
Woodbine Road '
Contact Mike Cassad', at
995--1971 for more infonnation.
Sto', w\i'itircn Jon
Fi/'c- heu: Rcoi Ibht himtw
fnieher@ s,-p.co'in

Milton Garden
Club plans buffet
B. DEBORAH NELSON
Pi a, G ti,:c StOrli i lfA',
Milton Garden Club's
annual Spring Buffet is .istt
around the corner.
It's scheduled for Sunda\. at
the Garden Club.
The e\ent features h'mne-
made dishes. including salads.
casseroles. vegetabless meat
entrees and "decadent desserts
NMeals include tea and cof-
-fee, and v, Ill be served from 11
a ni. to 2 p m
The Buffet happens at the
Garden Club's 5256 Alabama
Sr. lheadquarteis.
The cost is $6 for adults and
V3 for children under 12.
For more information. c.on-
tact the Garden Club. at 623-
N8493 or 623-91i34. .


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Gazette is
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1.. '" 100% rec v-
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using en%,i-
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B. DEBORAH NELSON
Pr, s> Gaeute Staff itrhiier
As mobile home owners
still struggle with htan-related
repairs, the coming stonn sea-
son threatens to leave some
without a place to live.


Bi DEBORAH NELSON
Pi- ._G . _ . s tat i ti _ . .
. Area Relay for Life efforts
are gearing up with bard a-ies_
schedtiled for this Saturda\
morning in B.gd,,d arid Milton.-
All proceeds benefit the
American Cancer Society.
The Bagdad Relay for Life
Rummage Sale will be held at
Bagdad Elementary School.
The sale is scheduled for this
Saturday, from 7 a.m. to noon.
The Santa Rosa Medical
Center holds its annual Relay
for Life Yard sale this Saturday
as well.
' The event will be happen-
ing at the same time, 7 a.m. to
noon.
It's slated for the Medical
Cenitei parking lot (behind the
hospital) on Berryhill Road.


For many %\ho call them
home, mobile homes are the
very definition of "affordable
housing."
But trailers ha'e been ineli-
gible for a range of post-hlan
repair money.
With "affordable housing"


Space is currently available
for rent to sell .arts. crafts.
fundraising items or v ard sale
items.
Organizers request no food
or drinks be sold.
',The rental space fee is
$20 10
Participants must pa\ a
refundable clean up/damage
deposit of $20. The fee ', ill be
returned *when the space has
been cleared, according to
organizers.
Participants must bring all
set up and display equipment.
including tables, clothes racks.
.etc.
SContact Mellani, it 62n-
5044 for more inforninrtioii on
the Medical Center sale.
Story written by Dt '.. ., ili
Nelson. Reach her at:
Nelson@sr-pg.comrn


in short supply across the state.
variouss programs ha\e been
established to impro e the
availability of lower-priced
homes.
Those efforts- include sub-
sidy payments to developers, as
well as home buying and build-


ing programs.
Meanwhile. some mobile
homeowners fear one more
storm could push them out
completely. leaving few
"'affordable" options for
replacement housing.
Those in "grandfathered'"


Crews were busy early this week, setting up the rides and getting everything ready for the opening of the Santa Rosa County Fair.
The annual event is now underway and will continue through Sunday. 'P G
'Press Gazette photo by Bill Gamblin



Food, fun underway at annual Fair


The fun's up and run-
nine at Santa Rosa's 14tli
annual County Fair open
through Sunda. .
Free health screenings.
Senior and Military
Discounts, a Rodeo Queen
competition, music and
fan-,il entertainment
round out this evening's
alcohol free] schedule.
The entry fee is $6.
and all-rught armband tick-
ets are $15.
The East M ilton
Recreational Grounds.
ne\t to the Sheriff's
Department. is the site for
all the test cities.
This e ening is 4-H
'Helping the HungrN'
niiiu. Visitors recetie a
dollar oft the regular entrN
for one can of food. and an
additional dollar oft arn-


band prices for to cans.
Tonight is also Senior
Citizen and lMilitaro Discount
Night. Visitors over 60. and
those w ith MilitarI [D receive a
dollar oft the regular admission
price.
And Sacred Heart's
"Mlission in Motion' mobile
health unit vill be on hand w ith
free blood screenings to meas-
ure blood pressure, blood sugar,
total cholesterol and blood
count.
Scieenings w"ill be a\ ailable
from 5:310 to S p.m.
The schedule of events
includes:

DAILY
AJ Carl Shows has 24
rides on the midway
NMarcan white e Tiger
Exhibit
Tuf)-A Real American


Quarterhorse HERO
Emerald Coast Garden
Railway Club
Agricultural and Art


Exhibits
Pets-r-Pets Petting
Zoo
See FAIR. Page 3A.


Youngsters from Central High's Beta Club set up their display
at this year's County Fair.


lots that are no longer zoned for
trailers may not be able to
replace them.
Bagdad resident Debbie
BusbN saxs she'll continue to
repair the grandfathered home
her son and his family are cur-
See CRACKS, Page 5A.


Pace


reuse


water


on tap

B. JIIM FLETCHER
Pres Ga:ecrr Assistant Publisher
With a "big-bash" ribbon-
cutting on tap for Ma), Pace
Water officials are poised to
kickoff their latest offering:
reuse water.
The mo\e comes about two
and half years after a three-
month-long controversial battle
between Pace Water -and resi-
dents of Stonebrook village
over what tN pe of facility was to
be erected.
Reuse \water is water
reclaimed from the System's
se" age treatment plant.. Such
water is rypi"a- yn&,d, -_for
watering lawns or \washing cars
and is expected to be offered on
an "all you care to use for one
flat fee" basis.
The expansion into reuse
\ater was just part of a $4.7
million project that also includ-
ed an expansion of the system's
wastewater plant, a chlorination
plant and a gravity-transmis-
sion facility.
Pace Water has, since it
began sewer service, been pip-
ing treated effluent back to
Stonebrook for use on the golf
course there. Because those
"return lines" were already in
place. Pace Water System
General Manager Ted Dotson
sa\ s Stonebrook was the logical
place to begin offering reuse
\water.
Original plans had called
for using gra\it\ to create the
necessary\ pressure, but such a
mo\e would ha\e required a
165-foot elevated tank.
Stonebrook residents
balked at the concept of such a
facility\ towering o\er their
gated community. While Santa
Rosa's zoning board originally
Oka\ed a 'ariance to allow the
facilit.. Stonebrook residents
See WATER. Page 5.4.


These ribs were just some of those in contention for honors at last weekend's big Pace Rotary Club
Barbeque event. More photos on page 6A.
Press Gazette photo by Bill Gamblin


eSanta Qosa's Press


Press Gazette photo by Bill Gamblin


Two yard sales to

benefit Relay for Life


m








Wednesday April 5, 2006-


G~'r�ll~zmtte


Spotlight


Hawk

Tales
by Kaitlyn Pace

Ten year old Kaitlvn Pace is
preparing Hawk, .4 22-week
old "Goldador" puppy' to be a
guide dog. She's chronicling
Hawk's pIogress for Spotlight.
Here, she talks about Hawk's
recent experience out and
about, where he learned to
curb his impulses, and got to
sniff some barbeque.
Festivals, barbeques and
rodeos...Hawk had more fun
this weekend than a dog should
be allowed'
Dogs barking, people talk-
ing. and lots of ne"x sights and
smells .were some of the things
Hawk and the other puppies
experienced when we attendee
the Festi\al on the Green at
LiWF last Saturday.
while e we were there. we
worked on getting the dogs
used to crowds and noise.
Basic obedience had a new
twist this week
Added into the mix of getting
excited puppies to follow com-
mands, was the new challenge
of distractions.
Guide Dogs must be able to
follow commands, even in the
biggest of crowds.
This week the pups worked
on the command. "Stand. stay."
This is used %when grooming
the pup. or in restrooms %\here
floors may not be clean.
Since the puppies have a ten-
dency to gobble up everything
in their path. w\e also worked
on "drop-it." with them.
If a pup barks at another dog
or any thing else. the command.
"no noise." is given.
Sometimes the puppy raiser
must give what is called a "col-
lar correction." to the pup. This
Is a quick. firm tug on the collar
to let the dog know% that a
behavior is not appropriate.
After leak ing LUWF and
Puppy Kindergarten. Havwk
made a quick visit to the
Barbeque Cook Off in Pace.
He \%as exposed to clo\\wn
Swith balloons, loud music and
the wonderful smell of bar-
beque cooking. I think I saw\
him drooling before %we left!
From there, we traveled tc
Opp. Alabama. for the
Rattlesnake Rodeo.
While we were there. Hawk,
had to practice sitting a \\hole
lot because everyone wanted to
pet him.
He "as distracted by the bits
of food and trash left on the
Ground so I had to use the
command. "leave-it.," or "drop-
it." quite often.
I had him sit and watch hours
es as they gave children rides it
a circle. The horses and theii
smells were something newx t
him.
.Hawk also w as exposed tc
crowds screaming as a live con-
cert went on.
Now, Hawk and I know wha
it really means to be, "doc
tired!"

Hey kids, want to
publish your
masterpiece?
Send your original
writing, artwork, let.
ters, and other sub-
missions to the Press
Gazette:

nelson@sr-pg.com

or bring it by our

offices at

6629 Elva St.
(behind

Regions Bank)


King MS


swe


eps history competition


Students next take reenactment performance to Tallahassee


By JEFF EVERTS
Press Gazetie Staff \tliter


Students from King .
Middle School recently partici-
pated in a county"vide history , . .
fair, %% which took place at Aalon .
Middle School in Milton.
During the event, which
took place on February 24. the
King Middle students swept the
performance division placing
first, second, and third.
First place team members
included Dylan Peacock. Rose
O'Brien. Tristan Pengenika. ,
Karissa Hebner. and Katie
MaTheir performance tookn. King MS history reenactors are on their %wa\ to Tallahassee to
eoThle back in timane to focus on compete: Top, Andrew Cha\ers. Jeremy Richardson. Ariel
people back in time to focus on Commander. Sa% annah Temple, Sara L\ nn. Colby Cohrn: Seated.
the issue of women's rights. Rose O'Brien, Karissa Hebner. Katie Martin. Dylan Peacock: not
The second place team pictured. Tristan Penganika


.Munson. ES st


Pace High Yearbook pose in prom gowns from Middleton's'
Clothier. The students modeled gowns during lunchtime, to mar-
ket them for the event. Middleton's donated $5 towards the
Yearbook staff for each dress sold. In all, Yearbook staff raised
over $400 towards an upcormng journalism conference in Tampa.


Whoosh L
A fire rages.
This fire,
burns where it ab
It lives in my hlea
a neverending tu
Fed by sadness
that turns to oil
Thrash.!
I lash out for stab
I find none,.
Falling abound.-
Getting hit, ... '
By.lovets &:friei
I.awake, ,
in .dy room. ,
My ajarm aiaftke
within its annoyi
I go to my closet
and cry,


By JEFF rr EE Is
Press Gazette Staff IIriter
Fifth and Sixth grade stu-
dents at Munson Elementary
School recently took a trip
around the world...yNet never
left the school.
Better still, the trip to six
countries only lasted two days
for the students.
The\ didn't even have to
pack a bag or catch a plan and
were not even tired when the
trip %vas over.
That's because the tnp to
Russia. Italy, Germany. Japan.
Australia, and Canada \\as done
electronically instead of physi-
cally.
Students \\ere divided into


"The Abyss".by K. Mi.lus -
" ' ,~' �The paper is my kiife:
Smell higsweet cologne to [\voWfid] him with my
all ornmy clothes. emotions
My heart rages,. If he responds,':
)ides even hotter. that's well. ,
art. My consciousness, .He is like a traitor,.
rmoil. falls to the fire. .turning his back on everyone.
.eisthere. - He hits me,
my ex- 1 fall to.the fire.
He is armed, 1 am tortured,
ble ground. with the sword. & hurt.
I lay down, He fed me to the flames,
my weapon. like a mercenary.
� He smiles. My friends-are there.
ds. thtowshis. Trying to catch me.
S It fals', I push them away.
.e wii a t ehud I don't want them following
sme . He tricks me,
ng ring.. &throws a blade. - am [condemned],
I dodge it, to a life in the ever-after.
.. take out my pen. The Abyss.


consisted of Savannah Temple.
Sara Lynn. and Ariel
Commander whose perform-
ance was on the Grimke sisters.
who were %women's rights advo-
cates.
The third place team of
Andrew Cha'ers. Jeremy
Richardson, and Colby Cohrn
based their performance on
bringing back to life three
famous scientists.
According to school offi-
cials, all of the students did an
outstanding job and could one
day. make their own .mark in
history.
The three teams %\ill no"
move on to the state competi-
tion to be held in Tallahassee on
Ma. 6.
If theo w in at the state


level., the v would then move on
to the national competition,.
which %\ill be held in
Washington, D.C.
Unfortunately. there are no
school funds available to cover
the expense of the trip and the
students are currently bus% ha.,-
ing fundraisers to help cover
the costs.
The students would greatly
appreciate any tax-deductible
donations people twish to make
to help them in defra-ying the
cost of the trip.
Donations may be made to:
King Middle School
Attn: Dee Copeland
5928 North Stew art Street
Milton. FL 32570

everts@ 'sr'-p? .coIn


udents travel the virtual world


six groups for the journey and
%were given a choice of which h
country they would like to
report on.
They worked together
locating information on their
chosen country from the
Internet. encyclopedias, and
books from the media center.
The next task %\as to w rite
about the country, its people.
government, holidays . lan-
guage, and schools.
Students also gave infor-
mation about the country s land
regions, climate, and economy
as part of their t pewritten
reports.
To go along with their
reports, students made usual


GalI er P


aides including maps. flags., and
letters of the alphabet as part of
a PowerPoint presentation.
The presentations were
then shared among the groups.
Because the students are
from such a small community.
their teacher Loretta Seals.
%wanted to broaden their hori-
zons
"I wanted them to learn
more about the world that is out
there." Seals say s.
Students took their
teacher's hopes to heart and
learned quite a lot during their
'around-the-v.orld trip' and a
fun time "as reported to hate
been had by all.
eveCI s@sr-pg .coin


pace


''- .. .by Leah'Goldenpenny. 10th grade


Leo and Dipper make Spring sky appearance


The Lion and the Dipper
Tw\o landmark star patterns
mark spring's arrival.

By Fed Schaat ,
On April evenings
two great beasts of spring float
high: one in the north, the
.other in'the south.
High in the north is
Ursa Major. the Great Bearl
whose brightest part is the Big
Dipper. High in the south is
Let. the Lion, \'hose most
prominent part is a pattern
called the Sickle.
Let's start v. ith regal
Leo.', .. '
The Sickle, named for
its shape., is formed b\ the stars
that mark the lion's chest and
curx inc neck. mane, and head.
The end of the
Sickle's handle (the Lion's,
forefooti 1. 1Ist-magnitude
Regulus. This name means
"little king," a title appropriate
for the brightest star in the
constellation of the king of
beasts.
And yet Regulus is
only magnitude 1.4, barely
squeaking into the class of
"1st-magnitude" stars (the cut-
off is 1.5). So it truly is a "lit-
tle" king. '
In fact, Regulus is
only a bit brighter than the
Sickle's second-brightest star,


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.
I' H


',lo


graphic courtesy Sky & Telescope Magazine


2nd-magnitude Algieba, or
Gamma (g) Leonis. A telescope
reveals Algieba to be a fine
double star, with both compo-
nents yellow-orange.
The hindquarters of
Leo include the fairly bright
right triangle to the left (east)
of the Sickle by more than the
width of your fist at arm's
length. The easternmost end of
this triangle is 2nd-magnitude
Denebola, the tip of the Lion's
tail.
Now, still looking


very high, turn around and face
north.
You can't miss the Big
Dipper, upside' down and as
high in the sky as it can ever
get.
All its major stars are
2nd magnitude except for the
dimmer, 3rd-magnitude one
where the Dipper's Handle
joins the Bowl. The two stars
forming the end of the Bowl
opposite the Handle are Dubhe
and Merak-Alpha (a) and
Beta (b) Ursae Majoris-the


Pointers, pointing the way to
the North Star. Polaris.
Run a line from MerakL
through Dubhe (the latter
marking the Bowl's lipi,e\tend
it onward a little more than a
Dipper-length, and you pass
Polaris very closely.
Like the Belt of Orion,
the Big Dipper series as a con-
venient celestial signpost. Next
month we'll see, how the
Dipper can help you find two
bright starsof spring.

Planets in April
Saturn shines very high and'
bright in the southwest at dusk,
standing out in the large gap
between Pollux in Gemini and
Regulus in Leo.
Binocular observers
will notice that Saturn spends
the second half of April creep-
ing slightly east against 'the
background stars toward M44,
the Beehive Star Cluster.
. Mars dims to magni-
tude 1.5 this month but still
holds attention as it moves
from Taurus into Gemini.
Look with binoculars
or a wide-field telescope on
April 16th and 17th, when
Mars passes less than 1 o (a fin-
gertip-width at arm's length)
north of the star cluster M35.
On April 30th Mars is
near moderately bright Epsilon


te) Geminorum. Thirty years
ago this month. Mars passed
directly in front of this star for
marveling viewers in North
.America.
A Jupiter rises around 9
p.m. as April begins, but by
month's end it's already up and
visible low in the east-south-
east at dusk.
Jupiter is currently the
brightest point of light in the
evening sky. Watch it passing
close by Alpha (a) Librae, a
wide double star for binoculars,
from the 23rd to the 27th.
Venus remains low in
the east before sunrise.
Mercury is barely visible even
lower in the dawn around the
middle of the month.
Look with binoculars
far to the lower left of Venus,
just above the east horizon, as
dawn grows bright.
The Moon is above
Mars on April 3rd and above
Saturn on the 6th Just past its
full phase, the Moon rises with
Jupiter to its left on the evening
of the 14th.
A waning lunar cres-
cent hangs close to Venus
before sunrise on the 24th.



with
Sky &


2006 Reprinted
permission from
Telescope.


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W ednesday/April 5, 2006 .... ........... ... ....
r Local


April 23-29 set to honor area's volunteers


By JEFF EVERTS
Press Gaziene Staff itriter
2' To honor the "'tireless
efforts of all who volunteer
their lime and talents in Santa
Rosa County." the week of
April 23-29 has been designat-
ed as --National Volunteer
Week."
In honor of the celebration.
Help Th\ Neighbors Volunteer
Center and Amencan Legion
*Post 78 will be hosting a
Nauonal Volunteer Week cere-
mony on April 29 from noon
until 8 p.m.
The week's theme. "Honor
By Example." is hoped to
reflect the power volunteers
have to inspire the people the\
help and others to ser\e. organ-


izers note.
Both the Points of Light
Foundation and the Volunteer
Center National Network are
sponsors of National Volunteer
Week.
"Volunteers perform count-
less acts of service and are one
of America's most valuable
assets," says Robert K.
Good\win. President and Chief
Executive Office for the Points
of Light Foundation.
"During the past year. vol-
unteers nation\w ide have
reached out to their neighbors
both near and far-especially
dunne the aftermath of the hur-
ncanes on the Gulf Coast."
Good in says National
Volunteer week is an ideal time
to honor those volunteerss who


meet community needs and
bring the pubhc's attention to
their manN contributions.
Thousands of volunteers
nationwide will be receiving
presidential recognition during
the National Volunteer Week
celebrations.
The President'.s Volunteer
Service Award is currently the
most prestigious volunteer
award associated with the
White House.
Thirteen volunteers are cur-
rently set to receive the presi-
dential award this Near and %will
be recognized during the
Second Annual Santa Rosa
County Funfest.
The award seeks, as does
National Volunteer Week. to
inspire by example in honoring
the service of the country's


m


most comimited volunteers and
their achievements.
The Funfest. hosted by
Help Thy Neighbors \.Volunteer
Center. RSVP Santa Rosa, and
American Legion Post 78. \\ill
be held at the Legion Post locat-
ed behind the Countn EOC
from 1-6 p.m. on April 29.
Booths at the Funfest will
include information on hurri-
cane preparedness, volunteer
registration and recognition.
games for children. McGruff
the Crime Dog. Smoke\ Bear.
Karaoke. lite entertainment, a
dance floor, and food.
National Volunteer Week
w\as first held in 1974 when
President Richard Ni\on signed
an executive order establishing
an annual celebration of \olun-
teerism and has been pro-


Lis, lr es ,s,.



NIARSHA BEACH
mar , habeach(h laol.comrn


claimed bN each president
since.
"\Ve hope that National
Volunteer Week %ill motivate
others to volunteer their time
and talent to help our country's
most vulnerable residents-the
homeless,. hungry. elderly. at-
risk \outh. and the disabled."
sa\ys Goodw in.
Help Thy. Neighbors
Volunteer Center helps in mobi-
lizing and connecting the com-
munity and gi es people-both
ioung and old-the opportuni-
tv to ei\e back to the communi-
ut they live in. organizers sa\.
For more information on
volunteering locall. contact
Alisha Edgar at 983-5223.
Stoi \'ii' itli bi Jett
Evensi. Reach lim at:
Lvet'tS sr-pe.conh


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Fair


Continued From Page One.
Tonight:
5:00 pm Gates open
*4-H Helping the Hungry
Night. $1 off gate with can of
food. $1 off armband with the
'second can
-; *Senior Citizen Night i$1
off gate. 60 and Upi Regular
Price $6
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OURiOPINMIO[]


What are they


trying to do?

It really doesn't come as much of a surprise to
learn that there is a very upset developer in our
county who pre-sold 240 of his lots in a planned
subdivision in hopes of avoiding impact fees only
to find that he now owes $511.000.
RGB Development is suing Santa Rosa
County on the basis of claims that impact fees are
unconstitutional as applied to him. He says the>
violate case law.
And the developer also \wants back mone\ for
fees already paid.
The issue involves the developer's Tiburon
East and Ashley Plantation. according to court
records.
RGB says. as part of those contracts on pre-
sold lots. it calculated future lot construction costs
Without including impact fees.
We're told the county has already refunded
fees for the Tiburon East lots, but the company is
still challenging part of the Ashley Plantauon fees.
The suit covers 240 lots of the development's
total 470 (the remainder were clearly contracted
after impact fees took effect i.
The company alleges the fees are impairing
RGB's ability to carry out its already-existing con-
tractual obligations.
As most of us are aware. county commission-
ers spent a considerable amount of time studying
impact fees for future grow thi and. in the process,
conducted numerous public hearings on their plans
to keep pace w ith the many serious grow th issues.
particularly roads.
Our impact fee policies are sinmlar to those in
many other counties in Florida and have become
an essential ingredient in battling grow th issues.
As it has clearly been pointed out in the past,
our county cannot continue to rely solely upon
property taxes to build and expand our roads and
high\ ay s. or adequately handle drainage problems
caused by growth.
Impact fees require developers to step up to the
plate and pay their fair share for the problems their.
ne\ subdllisions and developments are causing.
We are all very aware that impact fees are
directly passed onto the buy ers of the lots that are
developed. In RGB's case. it appears the county
feels the developer owes the fees despite the claim
the lots were sold pnor to the fee's implementation
date.
We stand on the side of Santa Rosa County on
thds issue as \e did when developers converged
upon our elected officials strongly opposing
impact fees.
The' implementation of impact fees demon--
strates to local taxpayers that our elected officials
are senously addressing our grow th issues Those
fees. along ith % other appro al of a one-cent sales
tax increase, are essential money-generating steps
that %\ ill address our serious road problems caused
by the enormous gro di affecting our counts.
The appealing aspect of \ hat our elected offi-
cials are doing is the fact that everyone %till help
, finance our expensive road needs, not just proper-
ty owners.
Had these steps been taken \ears ago. man\ of
our current road problems w would, most iUkel). have
been gone by now.


Save our coastlines from oil


FM: LINDA YOUNG
Dear Editor:
Almost eight> million people come to Florida
ever year. and the) spend more than $50 billion or
over 20% of our state's sales tax. during their visit.
What brings these people to Florida? They come to
enjoy our beautiful beaches-to boat. fish and play on
our 1.200 miles of exquisite coastline.
Next week, at the request of Florida Senators NMel
Martinez and Bill Nelson. the Interior Department's
Office of Minerals Management Ser\ ice MNMS has
finally agreed to hold one hearing in Florida on its
proposed five-year drilling plan. The Adnunistration's
plan, which would set federal oil and gas policy from
2007 to 2010, includes opening up. two million acres
in the eastern Gulf of Mexico. directly off Florida's
coast to new oil and gas drilling.
Oddly enough, the Interior Department has cho-
sen the non-coastal city of Tallahassee for its hearing
and, to add insult to injury,. has scheduled the hearing
in the middle of the day when most people are at
\ork. Could the reason be that the last time a public
hearing on offshore oil drilling was held in Pensacola.
more than 1,000 people .showed up? No\\ how are
those citizens supposed to make certain their voices
are heard?
Given that our coasts, and the resulting tourism
industry, is the life-blood of this state, one would
think that citizens who live along the coast of Florida
would be given an opportunity to voice their concerns.
From Pensacola to Key West. citizens of this great
state deserve the opportunity to be heard. The clear
signal from the Interior Department seems to be they
don't really care \what we think about their plans and
would just as soon not hear from us at all.
Frustrated by the original decision not to schedule
a hearing in Florida, Tampa Bay Congressman Jim
Da' is made plans to hold his ow n hearing-Iwhere
businesses and taxpayers affected by the actions being
proposed could have their say. We appreciate the
Congressman's efforts to make sure his district is
heard.
It is easy to se where this is all going. The White
House and the MMS have already redrawn seaward
boundaries for the entire Outer Continental Shelf and,
in doing so. with no public comment, mo\ed a lot of
federal waters off Florida's coast into Louisiana and
Alabama's administrative jurisdictions. Sixteen mem-
bers of the Florida Congressional delegation sent a
letter of complaint to the Department of Interior, to no
avail.
Governor Jeb Bush and every elected official in
Florida should demand that the MMS hold proper
hearings throughout Florida. in appropriate places and
at times that will'allow most working people to attend.
To do any less in an outrage and sends a clear
message to Floridians that the White House is pre-
pared to take a"way our voice on the issue of drilling
off Florida's coastline.
Linda )'oinei is till dilccior of tile Clean \laicr
Ncnrork of Florida., a non-protit organii:aon with
155 member groups across the state dedicated to pro-
rtecting Florida's waters and assuring citizens of the
right 10to participait in 0.overnmenti decision-making
ithat affects their communities. She can be reached at
II 'o S2 t"eanrtlhlink.net.
Nore: Thc 1111S lheaing Oil offsholre drilling la
slated to be held VtsteidaL in Tallahiassce.


Just as he always thought...
FMN: CHUCK BASSETT
Dear Editor:
That our conmmnuniit's heritage ce
named for Milton's .
antecedent moniker, Scratch
Ankle, is proof of hat I _______
have long suspected: our fair
city \\as founded by inos- .
quitoes w"ho brought in peo-
ple for food.


Sign petition
FM: LESLEY
BLACKNER
Dear Editor:
You think the traffic is
bad no"\. and the schools are'
overwhelmed? What hap-
pens while the next 5, 20, 50
million people move to
Florida? Right now ,\
Florida's population is about x,,.
18 million and growing by'
1,000 people each and every
day, with. no end in sight.
If you add up all the com-


lebration is


prehensive plans in our state, you w ill find that they
project housing for o'er 100 million people.
The truth. which politicians avoild like the plague.
is that Florida's population growth is never supposed
to end. State and local governments are inl the
growth business. These growth junkies equate
relentless, unending construction ith ci' ic progress.
They like to call it "economic development" or
"growing the tax base". When a voter says "But I
like mN community the way it is!" he is shouted
down b\ the growth junkies: "Grow th is going to
happen whether we like it or not! This to\ n needs dus
growth...if we don't gromw we'll die!"
When I hear this, I think of Nliami-Dade County.
For a hundred years. Nhanu has grow n and gro" n
without restraint. pa' ing oN er the mangroves and the
swamps. If simply adding more people and more
construction is good govermnent and good business.
then %why is Nliami the poorest big city in the United
States. a fiscal nightmare, the poster child for e'ery-
thin, the rest of the state doesn't "\ant to be"
What can you do. when you don't want to see
every road in your town six-laned and portables.
mushroonung around the schools? What can \ou do
to defend yourself, your home and \our community
from the grow th junkies' bill: endless construction.
spoiled or destroyed natural resource s-stemns and
places, a degraded quality of life. overwhelmed
municipal.services and a higher cost of li\ ing ?
Tragically. under Florida's land use la., local
government's main Job is supposed to be the protec-
tion of citizens' quality 6'f life.: Th& la is clear that
when a city or county concussion 'otes on a pro-
posed land use change. the politicians are standing in
the shoes of the electorate and should not approve die
proposed change unless they determine that it will
improve the community.
The problem is again that too many Florida elect-
ed officials are growdi junkies. They equate relent-
less. unending construction with ci ic progress.
The\ are more concerned nith catering to the next
10.000 new\ residents than protecting and preserving
their communities.
We, the Florida others , must take back control
over the desnn\ of our state. We must take these
important decisions out of the hands of the growth
junkies. \We can do this by supporting the Florida
Hormeown Democracy Amendment, a proposed con-
sutitutional amendment that \\ill put the people back in
charge of the places \\here the like by lettng voters
decide whether to change their community's grow .th
plan. This makes sense because voters care deeply
about the place %\here the\ like We should hate the
final say over proposed changes in our hometowns
because. for better or worse. we gei stuck \with the
consequences.
Last year. the Florida Supreme Court, in a
required re\ ie\w. ruled 7-0 that our FHD amendment
is fine. but then split -1-3 over one sentence in the bal-
lot summary. As Yogi Berra says. "It ain't over till
it's over. So "%e hate started over, pulled out the
offending sentence, and are ven' confident that this
time that we will prevail.
We'"e collected 70.000 peutions so far. and need
,another 500,000 to qualify for the 2008 ballot. I urge
\ ot to learn more about our effort at hiup-v'. '.' .florli-
dahonmetoi ndemocrac\.coin . We need your help.
If you are a registered Florida voter, download the
petition. sign ii and mail it in. Support this unique
effort by collecting and sbnubiiting petinons to us, and
sending your check to help fund the effort. Florida's
future thanks ;ou. L


-gl


0.ne


You Spoke Out,

Santa Rosa...
Saturday. 2:39 P.M.
This is June and this message
is for the person who came on pri-
%ate proper and dug up die dou-
ble %whire/pink azaleas. We'd like
to ha'e it back and I thank you
'ery much for taking m\ call.

Saturday. 1:35 p.m.
I hope that burn last week.
that sent traffic backing up for
miles %%ill remind people of the
need for traffic solutions in our
area. That \\as just a reminder of
"\hat we w ill have if another hur-
ricane comes. Let's get busy. okay
the sales tax. and get some asphalt
going down. It's time to fix our
problems.

Saturday. 1:14 p.m.
This is Jesse in Pace. I'd like
to thank Linda for her comments.
The %world is not all about mone\
That's w\hat'.s rong today.
Christmas isn't about anything
an\ more except money . No\\ we
have developers \who want to take
our land a way\ from future gener-
ations so the% can make a little
money today. It's not right.

Friday. 4:44 p m.
I lust can't \ait for them to
get going "vith the condos along
the Black%%ater. It is about time
someone did something to
breathe some life into that area. It
has looked so dead for so long. It
has been an embarrassment to
people coming into our city.
Perhaps no\ ne\ shops \%ill
come in and \e "i\ll ha\e some-
thing w\e can be proud of. I can't
believe people call about hunnng
and fishing. When's the last ume
you saw someone walking beside
the old courthouse with a shotgun
looking for a deer. How silly. \\e
ha\e plenty of areas for hunting
and fishing, but we sure don't
hae man\ attractive areas. I saw
more po, er to the folks v.ho ha' e
a vision .

Friday. S:26 a.m.
I was w wondering %wh\ the road
all the vkas into NMiltonl has to be
eat up " ith construction. Whs
can't the\ do one project before
the\ mo\e on to another one. Just
about [lthie time you get through
one area oft construction. sou
arrive at another.






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C racks

zki Conunued From Page One.
enil, using-to sa'e the famni-
a mortgage it can't afford.
,. Others report they're been
-.told they make too much
money-or that mobile homes
are simply not eligible-for
hurricane repair funding.
"Half the people lixe in
mobile homes." observes
Bagdad resident Eleanor
Lavender. "That's discrinina-
ltion.'"
She sa\s the presence of
mold is noticeable as soon as
\ou enter La'ender's damaged
double-wk ide.
The l8 -\ear old widow
sa\s Ixan. and then Dennis
flooded the home, ruining the
kitchen and several front
rooms.
And then the mold began to
spread.
"Il'e been spraying bleach
to keep it down." she says.
The United Wa) replaced
her roof. she notes, but the



-Water

Continued From Page One.
appealed.
What followed \%as a three-
month battle between the utili-
,t\. the homeowners and the
Santa Rosa County
Commission-w which ultimate-
, \I o\ertumed the variance.
In an attempt to find com-
.mon ground. Pace Water agreed
ito the concept of a ground stor-
..age tank iilth pumps to provide
i the necessary\ pressure.
That \\as the situation in
November of 2003 \\hen Pace
Water officials said their engi-
neers were ready, to begin work
on the project.
Now. Dorsor says the new
ser ice is read\ to flow. Letters
haxe been sent to homeowners
"in select areas w here the sen ice
is to be initially offered.
Dotson sa\s the System is
planning a big party to kick off
the newt ser ice. The e\ent will
be held at the site of the reuse
ground storagee tank-immnedi-
ateh; adjacent to Stonebrook
-.\illage
Water reuse has become
i,increasinglh popular in central
, and south Florida %where %water
shortages often force summer-
time rationing.
Sewage floxs into the
regional treatment plant %\here
it is conditioned. The final
product is water w. which. while
not certified pure enough for
consumptiono. is more than ade-
, quate for non-consumpti\e uses
like watering of lains.
In addition to pro hiding
custoinleis w' ith a Ilo\-cost wva\
.of inigating la', s. reuse lias a
side benefit-relie\ ing the
Demand on the system's drink-
ing water and extending the life
ot the si stem's current suppl\
by reducing the amount of
.water that must be pumped
from the sand and gravel
..aquifer beneath northx\est
Florida's surface.


home is still damaged.
The roof and floors sag. and
water spots are visiblee along the
interior ceiling joists. Ivan-
flooded carpeting still covers
%wobblN linoleum and the oxer-
head bathroom light fixture is
falling out of its setting.
"The fire department told
me not to turn that on." she
notes.
"I'm thankful for mx roof."
La% ender sa\ s.
Insurance paid about
$10.000. between lban and
Dennis, she recalls. That cov-
ered new kitchen equipment
Lavender says she part
installed herself. Other portions
of the money. she says. went to
repair a rental home across the
street.
She sa\s she put thousands
of her own dollars into the
mobile home, and sought addi-
tional help from Rebuild
Northwest Florida. Lavender
says she \\as under the impres-
sion she "as placed on the
agency's interior repair list
"I "as aJiing tot them to
come do it." she sa\s. "Ith was
gradtuall\ getting worsee"
But a letter from the
agency . dated March 14. sa\s
Lavender's financial status
places her above the "need
based" criteria for help
"'I was shocked," says
La\ender of the assessment. "I
did everything I \as supposed
to do."
She says she doesn't knoiw
ho\ she'll get future repairs
done, and worries about future
storms.
"You tell me w here I'm
rich. darlin'." she says, motion-
ing to the sagging ceiling.
SBA approved a $20.000
loan, she recounts, which paid
off her mortgage, and left a
S460 a month pa\ ment on a 30-
sear note.
"I don'tt live that long," she
remarks, citing three heart
attacks and an eve surgery since
I\an.
CurrentlL, Laxender is li\-
ing in the home's ihling room
and kitchen and still hope- to
.geL help \\ith ceiling and floor
repairs.
She says she doesn't\ want
to complain, but wonders ,\ here
all the hurricane repair money
that \\as floating around after
Ivan went.
' "I'm lucky." she remarks.
"[After Ivan] some people did-
n't have a house at all."
East Milton resident Bettr
Johnson says she's been tr ing
to get repair help since October.
Johnson eventually\ got a
$5,500 USDA graut., which
she'll have to pay t1,000 back
on. she sa\ s. for a inew roof.
Last October. Santa Rosa
Count\ contacted with USDA
and Rebuild for emercenc\
repair work.
After the roof \as fixed. the
United Wa\ gave Johnson a
heater and some sheet rock,
\which her grandsons installed.
she notes.
She saxs she's working to


control the remaining mold.
"Now\ I'm just in the
process of spraying bleach, and
hopefully that's going to kill it."
she remarks.
She's concerned about
spending another storm season
in the home.
"I can't get insurance until
everything is [repaired]." she
notes.
"If it tears it up this time.
I'm going to get somebody to
come in and bulldoze it dow n "
If that happens, says
Johnson, she'll be out of a
home, and on disability., w iih no
%% a to pay for a new one.
"You can't go buN any-
thing." she obseres. "There's
no \way that I could make the
payments on a modular home."
' Johnson says she's more
concerned about her neighbors.
The husband is disabled and
caring for his parents, w while try -
ing to get their home fi\ed.
"I'm fortunate." sa\s
Johnson. "I'm disabled, but I
thank God exerx day that at
least my place is not leaking
and I ha\e had help."
MNleanw% while, NlarN
SingletarN is preparing to close
on a FENIA mobile home she
sa s %\ ill cost her onlt $500.
She's been living in a iraxel
trailer since just after Iban
While trying to get home repairs
done.
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The Santa Rosa County Community Planning, Zoning and Development
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the Santa Rosa County Land Development Code related to the Minor
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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
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Church sign laments loss of Pace Days festival


Wednesday April 5, 2006 '�'


Bi JEFF EVERTS
Pr. s)> Girt " SiatitIt rii
Motonsts drinrig through
Pace may hae noticed a not-
so-obscure message on the sign
of the Pace A-sembl\ of God.
The sign. which reads
"Alcohol Took Pace Festival
Da\ A%%ay' was meant as a
reminder of the effect alcohol is
having on the countN. according
to Keitha Lay of the church's


staff.
"After the county toted to
oo wet. the\ decided to serie
alcohol at the festival meaning
it couldn't be held at the high
school." LaN says.
".\\e don't want our chil-
dren \%here alcohol is being
served.'
The Pace Rotary Club.
which h has sponsored the festi-
\ al in the past. this \ear decided
to hold a barbeque contest,


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ization. in place of the Pace
Da\s Festi'al.
However. according to Pace
Rotarv's President Elect Greg
New\church, the decision to
make alcohol a\allable dunng
the e\ent \\as not even an issue
in changing the format.
"There vkere reaIly three
reasons for changing the format
to a barbeque bash instead of
the Pace Da\-, format."
New\ church said.
"W'e had taken the Pace
Days concept as far as ,we
thought it could go. meaning
we could not take it to another
level of fundraising."
New\church says the three
main reasons for the change
were to have an e\ent sirrlar to
the Beulah Sausage Festival
that Pace residents could asso-
ciate with. to be able to dra\%
more corporate sponsors to the
event, and to be able to give
more back to the community in
the form or scholarshipss and
other donations
"W\e needed to increase our
corporate sponsor,, in order to
bring in more money." said
New\ church.
�"We did not do at\a\ \iith
Pace Da s, because w\e couldn't
sell alcohol."
While the Rotar\ under-
stands the disappointment of
not being able to use the high
school property. Ne \church
says the\ hope to be able to pur-
chase property in the Pace area
before next ear's bash to have
a permanent home for the event.
Newchurch says the Pace
Rotary Club contributes the


While this sign at the Pace Assembly of God church indicates alcohol led to the demise of the Pace Day
festival, officials with the Pace Rotary Club, which held the annual event, says alcohol played no part in'
changing Pace Days to a barbecue championship.


funds raised by the festival to a
number of organizations in the
Pace area. including the high
school.
He adds the club also hopes
to contribute money. to a possi-
ble YMCA in Pace as %%ell.


But La\ says theie \':as
another reason the church \\as
disappointed in losing Pace
Day s:
"Our junior high and high
school bands pla ed e er. %ear


at Pace Da. s and no\\ the\ have
now here to perform."

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Obituaries


Barnhill,
Archie Carlton
Archie Carlton Barnhill.
age 85. of Pace. FL. died
Saturday, April 1. 2006 in
Pensacola, FL.
He xwas born October 13,
1.920 in Pensacola. FL to
George Edward & NMamie
Barneycastle Barnhill.
Mr. Barnhill was a U.S.
Army Veteran, a barber, a
member of the VFW, and a
member of Pace Assembly of
God.
' He is preceded in death by
his parents., and sisters-Ruth
Galiano. Ruby Granato. and
Emma G Mel'in.
Survivors include his
,w ife-Mary Plant Barnhill:
son-Roy C. Barnhill. Sr.:
grandchildren-Roy C.
Barnhill. Jr., Anthony Craig
Barnhill. and Carla Renee
Stringfello\w; great-grandchil-
ciren - Hart Stringfellow,.
Celeste Stringfellowv and
Sarah Weaver. I brother-
James Willford Barnhill. and
sisters-in-law-Lois iEaster)
Harris. Polly Parker. and Dean
iDavid) Kaiser.
Funeral ser\ ices are
Wednesday. April 5. 2006. at
2 p.m. at Pace Assembly of
God with Rev. Carnley and
Re\. Lo% %rey officiating.
Burial \\ill follow in Milton
Cemetery. The family
received friends Tuesda\ from
6 to 8 p.m. at Pace Assembly
of God Church.
Pallbearers %will be Lamar
Harris. Larry Plant. Da\id
kaiser. Donald Enfinger. Joe
Moore. James Wesley and
Mar\ in Fowler.
Donnie So\well Funeral
Home is in charge of arrange-
ments.

Rucks, Ann
Margaret
1934 -2006
-Ann Margaret Rucks
passed away on Monday.
March 27. 2006 in Pensacola:
FL. Ann "\as born March 12.
'1934 in Maud. Oklahoma. She
had been a resident of Milton
for 41 years.
Ann \%as the daughter tf
Edgar Francis Flanagan and
Katherine Twsman Flanagan.
She moved to Oklahoma City
in 1937, attended Rosary
School. and graduated from
Classen High School in 1952.
She attended NMt. St.
Scholastica College in
Atchison. Kansas and gradu-
ated from Oklahoma City
:Uni\ersity in 1956.


She was a member of Alpha
Chi Omega Sorority and year-
book beauty queen. She %was
employed by Santa Rosa
County School Sy stem and
%\as a Director of Council on
Aging.
Ann married Ronald Allen
Rucks and they lied in
Honolulu. HI. Monterey and
San Diego. CA. and MidwaN
Island during Na\al Air Force
Tours of dury until these retired
in Milton. FL. They were mar-
ried for 47 sears \when he
passed away No\ember 24.
2004. She %\as also preceded
in death b\ her son-David
Rucks: brother -James "Jim"
Flanagan: her parents: and
brother-in-law-B. Jack
Taylor.
She is sur'i\ed b\ her
sons-Mike (KaNs Rucks of
Dothan, AL. and Kevin
(Cind\ i Rucks of Milton. FL;
a daughter-- Katherine Spears,
Milton: Carolyn Taylor of
Edmond, OK: brother-in-
la\ -James IJoyce Rucks of
Dallas, TX: 4 grandchildren-
Chris. Emily, Ragan and
Michelle; and 2 great-grand-
children-Traces and Ranzie.
A special thanks to Dr.
Mark Boatright and staff. Kim
and Tom Lee. and to all her
friends \who haxe been there
during her recent illness.
Graveside services were
Friday, March 31. 2006 at 10
a.m. in Serenity Gardens.
Arrangements were by
Donnie Sowell Funeral Home
in Milton. FL.

Hopson, Hal C.
Mr. Hal C. Hopson, age 75.
passed away Friday, March 24.
2006 at a local health care
facility.
Mr. Hopson \was born in
News York. and grew up in
Leesburg. FL. He had resided
in Northwest Florida since
1970. He %ws an Alumni of the
University of Florida, graduat-
ing in 1953. and a lifelong
'"Gator" fan. He retired from
the U.S. Department of
Agriculture.
Mr. Hopson is survived by
his \wife of 3-14 ears-Bernice
Von A\elson Hopson: his chil-
dren--Tammy i Don)
Hierholzer. Jill iKerry) Coker.
Matt i Sherry) Hopson. Penny
Hopson. Debbie Hopson. and
Michael Hopson: grandchil-
dren-Tina, Michelle, Brooke.
Sydne., and Matthew\: and his
sister- Ne-Ne MNcNeely.
A graveside sers ice for Mr.
Hopson w\as held at 11 a.m..
Monday. March 27. 2006 in
the Hopessell CemeterN with


Rev. Carl A. Dickerson, Jr.
pastor of the St Luke United
Methodist Church, officiating.
Lei, is Funeral Home was
in charge of arrangements.
In lieu of flowers the fami-
ly requested that donations be
made in Mr. Hopson's name to
Covenant Hospice, 5907
Berryhill Road. Milton, FL
32570.

Bradshaw,
Geraldine Ruth
1915-2006
Geraldine Ruth Bradshaw.
age 91. of Milton passed asway
on Saturday. April 1, 2006.
Mrs. Bradshaw w\as born in
Clearfield. Pennsylvania. and
had resided in the Milton area
for the past 9 years. She %\as a
member of the First United
Methodist Church in Milton.
She \was a very active member
of the Garden Club. loved to
play Bridge and collect pigs.
Mrs. Bradshasw \\as pre-
ceded in death by her hus-
band-Robert NM. BradshawN.
her parents-Wright and Dora
Turner. and five sisters.
She is survived by tswo
daughters-Sandra Lee
iRufusi Hases of Milton, and
Carol Ann iGenel Stembridge
of Ellijay. Georgia; I broth-
er-Bill Turner of
Chambersburg. Pennsylvania:
6 grandchildren: 8 great-
grandchildren: and I great-
great grandchild.
Memorial sern ices for Mrs.
Bradshaw% \\ill were 11:00
a.m.. Tuesday,. April 4, 2006 at
the First United Methodist
Church of Milton, on
Berryhill Road. with Re\.
Gerald Shelton officiating.
Lewis Funeral Home of
Milton is in charge of arrange-
ments.

Wyant,
Pheobe Jane
1922-2006
Phoebe Jane Wyant. age
83, of Milton passed away on
Sunday. April 2. 2006.
Mrs. Want was born in
Gran'ille. Ohio and had
resided in Milton for the past
15 years. She was a member
of the Order of Eastern ~itar in
Ohio, and a member of the
First Presbsterian Church in
Milton.
She was preceded in death
by her parents-Carl F. and
Verne W. \sWant, and a broth-
er-Charles Wy\\ant.
Ms. Want is sur' ived by a
brother-Robert W. Want of
Pace. 3 nieces in Florida. 3


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nieces in Ohio. I nephew in
Florida and I nephews in Ohio.
The family will have a private
ceremony in Ohio at a later
date. Lewis Funeral Home in
Milton is in charge of arrange-
ments

Thompson,
Gary Eugene
1940-2006
Gary Eugene Thompson.
age 66. Friday March 31. 2006
while surrounded by his fami-
ly at home. He w\as born only a
few acres away at his grand-
mother's house on Februar.
26, 1940. He was a veteran of
the U.S. Army and retired
from Atwood Oil Company.
Mr. Thompson is preceded
in death by one sister-Anne
Merle Ferrell.
Mr, Thompson is survived
by his wife of almost 46
years-- Bobbie Jean
Thompson; 1 son-Tim
(La anda,) Thompson of
Pratt\ille. AL: 2 dauehters-
MuTina iSte\es Born of
Cantonment, FL and Gary
Lynn iToddi Lamb of Milton.
FL: 2 brothers-Buddy
Thompson of Milton and
Lloyd Thompson , of
Montgomery. AL: 2 sisters-
Helen Patterson of Coosada.
AL and Diane Re\is of
Decatur. AL: 8 grandchil-
dren-Tabitha. Bo. Jessica.
Brooke. Stephanie, Nick,
Dana, and Tye: and I great
granddaughter- Ariana.
Funeral services were 2
p.m.. Tuesday. April 4, 2006 at
the Lewis Funeral Home
Chapel in Milton w\ ith the Rev.
Gordon Dillashaw officiating.
Burial followed in the
Coldwater Community of
Christ Cemetery in Allentown.
Visitation was Monday at the
Lewis Funeral Home.
Grandsons. sons-in-law, and
nephews served as pallbear-
ers.
Lewis Funeral Home of
Milton is in charge of arrange-
ments.


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NOTICE OF CHANGE OF LAND USE

AND INTENT TO CONSIDER AN ORDINANCE
"Note" The map for this agenda item. originally ad\erused in this new spaper. indicated an incorrect represen-
tation of the proposed amendment. The corrected map is attached herein.

The Santa Rosa County Local Planning Board and Board of County Commissioners will conduct public
hearings to consider a change of land use and/or rezoning of land areas depicted on the maps within this
advertisement. The proposed map and text amendment will be considered for inclusion and transmittal to the
Department of Community Affairs as part of the second of two (2 of 2) amendment packages allowed by
Florida Statutes in a calendar year as follows. The hearings are scheduled as follows:

Local Platintui, Boat, (to consider and make a recommendation on the proposals):
Thuirsido, April 13. 20i00 at 6. i' p.)Pm.

Board of Counnr Cominiisioitei. (to review the ordinance and consider transmittal of the proposed future land
use text and/or map amendments to the Department of Community .4ffairs.I:
Al. m/i a\. . ,SIa . .20' ,6 i t 6:W'# p il

Both meetings will be held at the Santa Rosa County Administrative Center in the Board Meeting Room,.
6495 Caroline Street, Milton, Florida. .4t the public hearings. the Local Planning Board and Board of
County Commissioners shall consider the ordinance entitled:

A VORDIN./ACE RELATING TO SA4.TA ROS4 COI'AT). FLORIDA E.\lE)N..\VG ORDI-
NANCE u03-2.5. A.4tMEDING THE FLTLRE LA\D U'SE .MAP OF THE SA,. TA ROSA
COUNTY COMIPREHEASIIE PLAN. CH.A4VGi.G THE L-ID SE CLA5SIFICATIOV5 AS
DEPICTED IN. THE ATTACHED MAPS. IIE.VNDAG ORDIN-.\.CE ./-24 AS -1 IIE.\DED
CHANGING THE ZO.VI.VG DISTRICTS AS DEPICTED IV THE ATTACHED AI.APS.
APPROVINGG THE A.MEND.IE,.TS TO THE OFFICIAL ZONING M1P OF THE LAND
DEVELOPMENT CODE AS DEPICTED IN THE ATTACHED .M.PS. A.ND PROtIDiNG
FOR A' EFFECT/I E DATE
Zhn,,,:' District Amended from RI (Single Family Residential Districti to R2 mediumum Density Residential
District) - approximately 73 acres.
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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 High'way. Mlilton. Florida. Interested parties
mayt 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 anysv 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 insutire 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.

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April FoodSource Signup is today at 1st UMC!


FoodSource. a program through
the First United Methodist
Church. is presenting their April
schedule. A tentative menu is
published for planning purposes
only and to accommodate the
request of the customers. Menu
items are subject to change
without notice.
Sign-Up time will be
Wednesday. April 5. 6-8 p.m.
and Thursda\ & Friday. March
6 & 7, 11 a.m. to 1 p.m.
Pick-Up date and time will be
Saturday, April 22. 2006. 6:00-
8:30 a.m.


Menu: The standard frozen &S
dry unit is $21 & includes:
Chicken. Bacon. Ham Steaks,.
Turkey Wings. Beef Liver.
Potatoes. Onions. Rice, Can
Good. Fruit. Mac & Cheese.
Eggs and bonus items.
Breakfast Bo\ ($12. - Frozen
biscuits. Part\ sausages.
smoked sausages. Pink Salmon,
eggs, grits & margarine.
A standard unit must be pur-
chased in order to get ani of the
following bo\es.
Premium Unit 1$31
Everything in standard, plus


Frozen Vegetables. Smoked
Pork Chop. Southern Style
Frozen Biscuits and Cheese.
Variety Steak Box ($20) - 6 or 7
pieces
All participants must be prompt
or arrive earlier to pick up their
food units. We cannot be
responsible for food items
spoiling because they were late
in picking up their units.
Bagging days are April 15th -
20th. Please come by if you can
and help bag.
First United Methodist Church
is located at 6819 Berryhill St..


Milton. Call 623-6683 for more
information. The motto is "If
you eat. you quahify." EBT's are
welcome.
Reminder: The menu is provid-
ed for planning purposes. Menu
is subject to change South
Alabama Food Cooperatixe
FoodSource is a small group.
Help us remain in business by
spreading the word about our
food program. Your efforts can
make a difference.


Plain Old-Fashioned Sunday fun, is April 9th


The members of Faith Baptist
Church in Milton invite you to
join them in a day ot praise.
food, games and fun for every-
one. An old-fashioned Sunday
School picnic is planned for
Sunday., April 9.
The day begins with Sunday
School at 9:45 a.m., followed
by the morning worship serNuce
with Ken Johnson. formerly of
Milton, Director of Rodeheaver
Boys Ranch in Palatka. FL,
preaching at 11 a.m. The picnic
\\ill feature fried chicken and


hot does. Covered dishes %will


Spring Family Fun Day


Floridatown Baptist Church is
ha ing its annual Spring
Fanul, Fun Day at Floridato" n
Park on Sunday. April 9th from
12 noon to 4 p.m.
There \\ill be an Easter Egg
hunt. food. fun and games for
all ages. Best of all....its free!


Bring your lawn chair, and
come join us! \e would also
like to invite you to church ser-
vices - Sunday school starts at
9:30 and morning worship ser-
%ice is at 11 a.m. For more
information. call 994-8090.


Cobbtown Yard & Bake Sale


Cobbtow n Holiness Church.
located at 4700 Greenwood
Road. Ja\. FL is having a Yard
Sale Bake Sale on April 8th
starting at 7 a.m. until...
Proceeds, will go for the church
building fund. Coffee and


doughnuts will be sold in the
morning, and spaghetti dinners
at lunchtime. For further infor-
mation contact Pastor Jim
Lassiter at 675-6715 or Deacon
Bill Morgan at 675-4282.


be brought b. each family..
The afternoon activities will
include various old-fashioned
relay races, such as sack races,.
three-legged races, water bal-
loon relay, and other contests.
The Master's Men Quartet will
be singing during the afternoon.
The\ sing a wide varietyy of
Southern Gospel favorites from
,ood old time "convention
style" songs to ioe-tappers.
The\ also sing songs that pro-
claim God's mercy and good-
ness such as God on ilthei


Over 250 people participated in
the Way of the Cross Palm
Sunday procession last year led
by the Bishop of Pensacola-
Tallahassee. Most Reverend
John H. Ricard. S.S. J. Even
more are expected at this year's
event on April 9. beginning at 4
p.m. at Wayside Park. sched-
uled again to be led bi Bishop
Ricard.
Sunday. April '9-Passion,Palm
Sunday : April 13 Hol*
Thursday: April 14 - Good
Friday ; .April 15 - Hol.
Saturday: Sunday - April 16 -
Easter.
For more information. please
call St. Ann at 932-2859.


Auiintain and I'lhat a
Illtimh id Lord.
The da\ \will conclude with a
late afternoon sern ice to begin
at -1 p.m. The Nlaster's Men
Quartet\ will provide music for
this service and Pastor De",\e.
Mars will be preaching.
Faith Baptist Church is located
on the corner of Dogwood
Drive iH%\\. 891 and Hamilton
Bridge Rd. For more informa-
tion call 623-82(07. The
members and pastor say. "Ya'll
come!"

Upcoming events
for the weekend

Cobbtown Yard & Bake
Sale - Cobbiown Holiness
Church at 4700 Greenwood
Road in Ja\ \will have a Yard &
Bake Sale Saturday, April 8th
beginning at 7 a.m.until... For
more info. call Jim Lassiier at
675-6715.

�"Bgo the Knee" drama to
be presented at Pine
Terrace Baptist Church,at
6 p.m. April 8th & 9th.
6212 Pine Blossom Road
in NI filton. For more info
abotft this Easter musical.
call 623-3954.


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Ask the Preacher

ai- ' .. i eeki , coi,,,,si s in, vcur qiiuesnon
.with Biblical answois about i ie.
Pastor Gallups - "1 have some %erN important decisions to
make in nmy life. How can I know\ the i~ ill of God?" - J.J - Pace
Dear J.J., First. I belie e that it is of utmost importance that
\ou belong to God personally through a born again. personal
relationship .'.ith Jesus Christ After this. the next most
important factor in knowing God's \\ill is knowing God's
Word!
You see. J.J.. in the Word, the Bible. God reveals His ,erv
specific . ill about so many areas of our life concerning our
sexuality. marriage. worship. career principles, integrity.
holiness. relationships with other people. etc. \\e ma\ not
always like \what He reveals, but He DOES reveal it! Even in
those cases w here the Bible doesn't address ,something
specifically about our life. there is ALWAYS a Biblical
principle to go\em the decision we need to make. So, you can
see how\ important it is to know God's Word if \ou would know.
God's \ill!
J.J.. I would also encourage you to PRAY. I have found that
often when I com-nit a \ery important decision to serious and
committed prayer. that the Lord eventually reveals to me
through open doors, circumstances. other people. ' ise counsel.
etc.. His %ill for that situation that I hae been praying about I
think the connection between discerning God's \\ill and prayer
is a huee one'
The Lord Jesus also reveals his w\\ill to us sometimes when
w\e seek eodly counsel concerning our decisions. The ke\ word
here is "Godly"' There is a lot of ad\ ice out there. Make sure
the advice \ou seek is from someone who has a dynamic and
real relationship with Jesus. Of course. ALWAYS measure any
ad, ice against the truth of God's Word. See ho\\ it keeps com-
ing back to that principle'
The overarching key is be sure that you are sold out to the
Lord Jesus Christ and that \ou are willing to be obedient to
walkingg in His will once He reveals it to \ou. I think. JJ.. that
if these things are important in \our life. \ou k\ill find that dis-
covering God's w ill for \our life in any area. w ill be a lot easi-
er than oun might think'
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Sacred Heart Health
System's mobile health unit
will pro\ ide free health
screenings in April in numer-
ous sites in Santa Rosa
County.
Sacred Heart's Mission in
Motion program targets per-
sons w ho are poor. uninsured
or elderly.
The mobile unit "ill pro-
\tde blood screenings to
measure blood pressure. blood
sugar, total cholesterol and
blood count. The follow ino


Ask

Ole' Chief
CHAMPVA Info
I had some nice \oung folks
ask me some questions regarding
CHA.MP\A. Medicare and Other
Health Insurance iOHIi. I \ent
online. r\ped CHA.MPVA in the
.-earch box andTA-DAH, found
their website. After scrolling
through lots of into, I saw'. I could
chat via email with a real person
That's almost as good as talking
to someone, and much better than
listening to a recording. "Press 2.
now press 1. no\\ press 3." and
so on. Anyway, here is the con-
densed question and answer ses-
sion.
Q: When a CHAMPVA recip-
ient turns 65, and already
receives Social Security disabili-
ty, has Medicare Part A, and
other health insurance (OHI),
will CHAMPVA continue"
A: In order for CHA-NP\.A 10
continue, a person must have
Medicare Part A & B.
Q: Should a person drop their
OHI?
A: That depends on the co-
pays and out of pocket expenses.
Medicare Part B is $88.50 per
month. It would be wise to add
OHI premiums and co pays and
compare that to other expenses..
Q: How does OHI. affect or
interfere with CHAMPVA and
Medicare?
A: If the person has Medicare
Part A & B, then Medicare pays
first, OHI pays second and
CHAMPVA pays third.
www.va.gov/hac/forbenefi-
ciaries/champva/champva.asp


screenings "will be from 9 a.m.
to 11:30 a.m. except for April
6 & April 27 screenings i.
Wednesday. April 5. from
4:30 to 7:30 p.m.. Santa Rosa
County Fair. Bobby Brown
Road in Milton.
Thursda.. April 6. at St.
Jude Catholic Church. 303
Rocky Ln. Osteoporosis
screening only.
Tuesday. April 18 at
Locklin Vo-Tech, 5530
Berryhill Rd., Milton.
Mission in Motion is a


The Santa Rosa Press Gazette

Business Review


Carpet & Tile H

Same quality flooring, same

SBy OBIE CRAIN carpet and tile are traits that
\_ Special Projects Writer Andrea developed long ago. In
fact he hasn't done much else
!i If vou'%e been wondering outside this trade during his
about Carpet & Tile career. Beginning as a carpet
Headquarters that used to be on cleaner more than 40 years ago,
;i the north side of High\way 90 he "grew" with the industry, and
west of Dogwood Drive. not to serNed more than a decade and
S\worr anymore' Think a half in service and installa-
i. Berr hill and Stew art streets on tions before deciding to into
the corner next to the Fire business for himself.
. Department and SunTrust Originally from Pensacola
Bank. and presto!, you've here the) o\ned First Class
l reconnected with the champs! Carpet. Andrea and Lisa recog-
The staff of friendly and nized the potential that Santa
know ledgeable sales and instal- Rosa County. had for both a per-
lation associates at Carpet & sonal and business future and
Tile Headquarters .\ho have prompt[\ invested in it. After
been going that extra mile for a leasing for a number of years,
long time now to see that your the\ consider the property they%
flooring needs are met, really purchased and moved into last
can be considered champions in August at the corner of
' their field. And they 've earned Berrvhill and Stewart streets to
.1' the status. signify their commitment to the
th Although relatively ne\\ to community of \which they have
the corner of Berryhill and indelibly become a part.
, Stewart streets. Carpet & Tile And the business has
Headquarters is far from new to grown considerably since 1997.
, Milton. With a long record of At their 6705 Berrvhill Street
,1 superior customer service fur- address, customers \\ho visit
nishing' and installing top qual- can browse through fi\e sho\\-
it.\ carpet and tile to commer- rooms of carpet, tile, and floor-
cial and residential clients, ing samples. "I think ;\e have
.1 Carpet & Tile Headquarters has one of the most extensive
become one of the most well inventories you'll find in
' known flooring businesses in Milton," Lisa said. "'We have '
Sto%%n. plenty of room here to \ork
; Personally oxned and and conduct business. And
, operated by Andrea and Lisa besides. %e ha\e one of the
, Lips %\ho brought the family most prime locations in the city
business to Milton in 1997. to \watch the Christmas
" Carpet & Tile Headquarters Parade!"
A earlk on established a policy of Carpet & Tile Headquarters
' meenng its customers in a per- is truly just that: headquarters
. sonal, one-on-one relationship for carpet. tile. \inyl. hard-
\\here each gets the individual- wood., and more! All the major
, ized attention he or she brands from the most impres-
S deserves. si\e carpet manufacturers as
S "I think this family attitude well as the finest assortment of
0 of personalized service toward tile in the area are on display
the customer is extremely\ for you to "size up".
important." Lisa said. "and They also have in stock an
there's no doubt it's largely abundant supply of remnants.
responsible for a lot of our suc- both large and small, for indi-
cess." \ iduals and families on a budg-
Knomtng the industry and et \\ho may \wish to spruce up
understanding the business of an area on their own.


community service of Sacred
Heart Health System, celebrat-
ing 90 \ears of service to
Northwest Florida. The mobile
unit is funded by Sacred Heart
Health System and staffed b.
nurses and a driver. The
mobile unit's sen ices are also
made possible by support from
the la%\ firm of Kerrigan.
Estess. Rankin and McLeod.
as %%ell as the Gannett
Foundation and other commu-
nit\ donors. For more infor-
mation, call 850 416-7826.


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headquarters:

excellent service, just a new, more convenient location


FRIENDLY, KNOWLEDGEABLE FACES-lessica Leonard, left, and Lisa Lips, one of the owners, are those
whom jou will most likely encounter %when ,ou xisit Carpel & Tile Headquarters at 6705 Berryhill
Street, on the southeast corner of Berr)hill and Stewart. You'll find it an adventure to browse and
dream among the vast assortment of materials you'll find in the five showrooms packed with excite-
ment. See it for yourself! (Photo b) Obie Crain.i


And the customer serx ice
gets their personal touch.
�"We're a customer friendly car-
pet store." Andrea %%ill tell you
from the start. "E\ery job is
talked on by me before "\e ger
paid."
Ho%\'s that for personalized
service. Add to that a lifetime
guarantee for workmanship.
and N ou not only have top of the
line products but a \\arrant.
that %ill let you sleep at night.
To offer that kind of warranty
Carpet & Tile Headquarters has
obviously done its homework
relative to %\hat they offer and
how they install it.
It's certainly not difficult to
ascertain the importance of car-


pet. tile. or other floor cox ering.
After all. almost everything else
in the house depends to some
degree on the floor treatment.
The walls., the ceiling, the entire
atmosphere of a room. hinges
on what application has been
applied to the floor. No matter
how% bold and daring any deco-
rator may be, if the floor is a
"dud", the room will never real-
ly achieve its full potential.
""That's why we like to
counsel people to give special
consideration to their floor and
what they put on it." Lisa said.
While Carpet & Tile
Headquarters does not offer
interior design services. Lisa
says they're free with their
opinions, and haxe the experi-
ence to help people make a
good choice when the) are not
completely "sold" on \ hat they
\want for themselves.
"And Jessica has a talent
for color." Lisa said. "She's
\en valuablee to a lot of'cus-
tomers %\hen it comes to ques-
tions about some aspects of


their decor."
She is referring to Jessica
Leonard. xwhom she considers
her "right arm" when it comes
to administrative and sales
work around the shop. "I like to
think of Jessica as a worth.
associate." Lisa said. "She's
like part of the family and has
acquired a great deal of know l-
edge and expertise when it
comes to carpet and tile and
flooring. She gets along won-
derfull1 with customers and
often earns their praise and
respect for helping them make
a'decision regarding a selec-
tion."
Family, in fact. is an inte-
gral part of the 'alues which
Andrea and Lisa hold dear
They have two daughters, and
also a son w ho has just returned
from the armN. They take pride
in their daughters. Sheree. 26,
and Tabatha. 23. and son
Andrea II, 20. Andrea HI works
in the family business as an
installer.
Spiritual values have


played a great part in the suc-
cess of their business as well.
Lisa says. The family attends
church at Faith Baptist and is
regular\ involNed in Christian
activity they consider a healthy
part of their lives.
"The Lord has been good to
us and is the foundation for all
our successes." Lisa said. "We
are the kind of family that
remembers and appreciates and
endeavors to live up to our
vorth with our %work.'"
Lisa likes to think there's
not a job too large or too small
for her business to take care of.
A room, a closet, an entry wa\
. or an\y other space that needs
attention is worthy of their
endeavors, she say s.
And when you come in to
Carpet & Tile Headquarters,
you %\ill be treated with the dig-
nity that Nou deserve. There are
no high pressure tactics used.
The customer is given free
reign of the show\ rooms and can
take as much time as needed to
make a decision. "TI'e heard
that a lot of people like us for
that if no other reason." Lisa
said
As a Christian famiul busi-
ness, Carpet & Tile-
Headquarters takes pnde in its
business ethics as well.
"Honest., integrity . and gen-
uine concern co into every con-
tact w.e make." Lisa said
"Those are qualities that are a
major part of eter\ sale. but
items that nexer show\ up on
\our bill. \\e take a great deal
of pride in %\hat we do. and I
believe it show s."
Come by preferably, but if
you can't and \wish to get some
information. \ou can call
Carpet & Tile Headquarters at
i85 ?0983-002 1. They are locat-
ed at 6705 Berrnhill. right on
the corner in front of the Fire
Department and adjacent to the
SunTrust Bank.
Business is "hot" onl\ in
the sense that it's brisk and
bus, Locating near the Fire
Department had nothing to do
with that!
Convenient hours include
lMonda\ through Friday from 8
a.m. to 5 p.m. and on Saturday s
from 10 a.m. until 2 p.m. Come
in and check out those fi\e
showrooms. What you'll find
ma\ surprise \ou!


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Wednesday April 5, 2006


Sacred Heart Hospital provides

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Legals


ilt THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE FIRST JUDICIAL CuR-
CUIT. IJ AND FCOR SANiTA
ROSA COUNTY FLORIDA
Case No c06.212-DR
Dz.son Mr
Denise Kr..grl
Pef'lioner
and
Heraril Krnighl.
Responder.i
NOTICE OF ACTION FOR
DISSOLUTION OF MAR-
RIAG
TO Herbrn Kr.ighli
4808 Pin Br.:K Pnlac,e 'Pace
FL 325"1
YOU ARE NOTIFIED final ar
a-ion na:, bten r'iled agannli
you and inal yu,. are require
0o sere a copy of your iNlerr
defenses, i ani' Io ,i .?r. Denise.
Krnighl. whose saadres i 5569
Sunkisied C.r.:le Pace Fi
32571 on or before 4.19.06.
and hli tre origr.1a Air. the
clear of ih. Counrt al 6865
Carohne Sreet Millon. FL
32570, belore erinces. or
Petirioner or nmmiedial-ly
Uitereaner. If you fall to do so,
a default may be entered
against you for the relief
demanded In the petition.
Copies of all court docu-
menta In this case, Including
orders, are available at the
Clerk of the Circuit Court's
office. You may review these
document upon requesL
You must keep the Clerk of
the Circuit Court's office
notified of your oft 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.
Dair 3..16-06
CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT
COURT
CIRCUIT COURT SEaL
By Rir,ell Le.na rd
Deputy Cierk
03 .706
r.329061
04-0506
04 12 06

NOTICE TO BIDDERS
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All rdi,' rnuml be o girnal31 and
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Pro,2uierneri Departmeroi ar
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Attorney for Persons Giving
Notice
THOMAS G. VAN MATRE,
JR., of
TAYLOR & VAN MATURE, P.A,
4300 Bayou Boulevard, Suite
16
Pensacola, Florida 32503
(850) 474-1030
Florida Bar No.: 195250 1
Persons Giving Notice:
JESSICA JANE PEADEN
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WALTER GERON PEADEN,
by his natural mother,
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COUTTS, pursuant to
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Community rief


Hurry!
Only 500 tickets!
The Rotary Club of Milton
is now in the process of selling
500 tickets for a 42" Plasma TV
for only $20 each! A drawing
%will be held on April 25. 2006
to determine the dinnerr! You
may purchase a ticket from any
Milton Rotary member or b.
calling Katie Lane at 981-3352
or Jimmie NMel in at 626-2632.
All proceeds will go to charities
in our comniunit.! This is the
first fundraiser for Ohe newtl1
formed club.


Rummage

Sale planned
Bagdad Elementary School
w\ ill be having a Relay for Life
Rummage Sale at Bagdad
Elementary School on
Saturday. April 8 from 7 a.m. to
12 noon. All are welcome to
come to help out \\ith the
Amencan Cancer Society.


City Council
meeting scheduled
The Cirt Council of the City
of Milton \ ill meet in Special
Sessions on Monday. April 10()
2006. at 5 p.m. in the Council
Chambers at City Hall. 6738
Dixon Street. Milton. FL. The
meeting is being held to discuss
a sewer utility surcharge related
to expenses associated w\ ith the
Water Quality Based Effluent
Level Study iWQBELi. For
further information on the
meeting. contact the Cit\
Nlanacer's office at 983-5411.


Pace Relay for
Life is this weekend
The 2006 Pace Rela\ for
Life v\ ill be April 7 & 8 at Pace
,High School Football Stadium.
At 5 p.m. on Apnl 7. a recep-
tion honoring cancer sur\i\ors
\\ill be held %with Opening
,Ceremonies to follow at 6 p.m.
'All cancer sur\i\ors, family
members, caregivers and
friends are invited to join us
during this celebranon. Rela\
for Life is also a time to
remember those lost to cancer.
A Luminaria Ceremony \will be
held at 9 p.m. to honor sur-
\ivors and to remember those
who have lost the battle against
cancer. The Luminaria candles
are left burning throughout the
night to remind participants of


the incredible importance of the
continued fight against cancer
and the many contributions
made by everyone there. If
someone in your life has been
touched by cancer, then this
event is for you. There will be
hours of fun. games and enter-
tainment all night long on
Friday. April 7. Bring the \\hole
family and come out for a great
nights of acti ties and join the
magic of Relay! You won't
want to miss one moment! For
more detailed information
about the Pace Relay, please
call Shirle. Parker at 261-8718.


Railroad

Swap Meet set
The West Fla. Railroad
Museum Spring Open House &
Swap Meet will be on Saturday,
April 15. from 9 to 4 p.m. It is
located in the historic 1909
Louisville & Nashville Depot in
Milton. ISRC 191 North [Henry
St.) 3-1/2 miles north of
Bagdadi. The museum has vin-
tage passenger and freight cars.
a aiutng room and freight area
\with historic memorabilia, and
a gift shop. Operating HO and
G-Scale (Gardeni model la\-
outs \will operate throughout the
day. There's e\en a chance CSX
%\ill provide the 'real thing' as
several trains normally pass the
Depot on a daily basis.
Admission is FREE. Bring a
table and barter sour "no longer
needed' rolling stock, track, and
train related items.
Hamburgers, hot dogs, chips
and sodas will be available for a
nominal fee. It's an educational
and fun day for the \\hole fami-
I1. For further informnnation. call
850 587-2361 or S50,'623-3645
iFri.'Sat.).


Children's Day in
the Park is Saturday
T.R. Jackson Pre-K Center
and Community Partners %\ill
be having a celebration of the
Month of the Youne Child wi th
a Children's Day in the Park at
Carpenter's Park in Milton on
Saturday . April S from 9 a.m. to
1 p.m Children, ages I to 8 are
in ited! There %\ill be a fun-
filled da\ of hands-on acti% cities
including crafts, space %walks.
water play. bubble blow ing.
face painting, and so much
more. For more information.
contact Betty Whitaker and


Steel Buildings

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


Chris Wyatt at 983-5720 Ext.
220.


Friends of the

Gardens to meet
The Friends of the Gardens
w ill hold their quarterly meeting
Thursday. April 13. 2005. The
speaker for the evening, will be
Tom Dickson of Barrineau Park
v ho \% ill speak on Day lilies. Mr.
Dickson has held several offices
in the Pensacola Daylil. Club
and is a professional grower of
daylilies. The meeting \\ill be
held on the PJC.'inilersitN of
Flonda Milton Campus in
Building 4902. A light supper
will be offered at 6 p.m. for
$3.00. The program will begin
after a short business meeting
starting at 6:30 p.m. The public
is invited to attend the meeting
and their support of the gardens
by membership is always s appre-
ciated. For more information
call 983-5216 E\t. 113.


Let's paint
the town purple
Nellani Gilbert, 2006 Milton
Relay for Life Chair, encour-
ages all Relay supporters in our
community to show\ their sup-
port in the fight against cancer
by wearing and displaying the
color purple. Purple is the over-
all cancer awareness color. The
Milton Relay for Life is sched-


ruled for April 28 & April 29 at
the NMlton Campus of PJC. All
area cancer survivors will be
honored \% ith a reception at 4:30(
p.m. on April 28. 2006. Opening
ceremonies follow the Sunr i\or
reception at 5:30 and then the
Sur ivor's Walk. Run or
Wheelchair the first lap. Fanuil}
members. caregivers and fnends
are encouraged to join us during
the celebration. For more info.
contact Nlellani Gilbert at 626-
5044.



















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Milton FL 32570-1708
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1ST BAPTIST of
Bagdad Church is
having a yard sale
Sat 04,07 to raise
money to send
youln to camp.
Forsyth Rd. 7am-?
3 FAMILY
YARD SALE
Furniture, plants.
clothes & much
morel 5733 Pine Dr.,
Milton Thurs. Fri &
Sat 04'06-04 08
5717 MARIGOLD
AVE (off Willard
Norris Rdi Toys,
clothes odds & ends-
7am-noon Saturday
April 8th
ANNUAL CHURCH
YARD SALE &
FISH DINNERS
Chumuckla Pentacostal
Holiness
Church 2841 Hwy
. 182. Sat. April 8th
from 8am until ? For
information please
call: Pastor Ira
Decker 994-5444.
BIG GARAGE SALE
4727 Lori Lane
Pace
Thurs Fri & Sat
04/06-04/08.
8am-5pm


ESTATE SALE Fur-
niture, 32" TV &
bunches of stuff
5467 Westwood Dr,.,
Milton Fri 03/31 &
Sat 04/01 Rain or
shine
.FISHING YARD
SALE
Friday & Saturday
from 8am unit 1pm.
7354 Bain Drive.
Fishing equipment &
kayak. Call for
added information.
850-626-3163


MAE EDWARDS
METHODIST CHURCH
YARD SALE
5052 Mulat Rd..
April 8tn from 7am
unlil 1pm King size
mattress, bedspreads.
sheets, queen size
bedspreads. Clothes 10-
12 silk blouses,
lackels, shorts, slacks,
suits, books, maga-
zines. dciabetic
cookbooks and lots ot
odds & ends.


MOVE OUT SALE
6468 Oakcrest Rd.
Saturday April 8th
from 8am until ??
Great prices, various
household items.
Quality name brand
treadmill in excellent
condition. Also, like
new Recument bike. '
Too many things to
' list them all.
Downsizing. everything
must go.
MOVING SALE Fri
04 07 & Sat 04 08
Lots of stufll 5162
Buccaneer Circle
(off Hamilton Bridge
Rd) 7am-??.Call
623-8230 for more.
info.
MULTI-FAMILY
YARD SALE
Saturday, April 8th.
5008 Faircloth St.
YARD SALE
Saturday 04/08
6 am-??
Clothes, toys,
furniture, computer
items, linens,
kitchen items.
Summerfield Ct., Pace
(between Ark Animal
Hospital & Pace
Chiropractic Clinic)


MULTIFAMILY
SALE
Jaimee's Ridge koh
Hwy. 90) Antiques.
collectables.
dressers, tools,
household items. Easter &
Xmas decorations,
lawn mower Fri
04.107 & Sat 04.08
8amn--2pm

ONE YEAR in the
making, 3 family
sale. Suils and ties
from Dillards -
dshes, clothes,
furniture and everything
priced cheap.
Saturday April 8th from
7am until ? 4273
Audiss Road.
PACE - 4400
Bayou Ridge Dr
(off Woodbine Rd)
Fri 04.07 & Sat
04.'08 Clothes,
furniture, nousewares
7am-noon
YARD SALE -
' Friday & Saturday '
5926 Happy Hollow
Dr. 7am until ?? Star
Burst. Wexford, Fire
King glassware,
cookie jars, teapots,
comic and bottles,
washboards, washtubs,
washpots, east
iron cookware, flat
irons, churns, milk
cans, antique student
school desks,
old slip scoop, old
records, plants,
many other old farm
items. 623-6196.
YARD SALE
Friday, April 7th &
Saturday, April 8th.
From 7am until ??
5200 Old Oak Road.


YARD SALE
Friday. April 7th &
Saturday, April 81h
from 8am until ''.
Appliances and lots
of baby sturf! Milton
3979 Buttonbush Dr.

YARD SALE Sat
04 08 Arlingwood
Dr. 7:30am-noon
Trampoline, double
stroller, childs desk,
bed rail, kids shoes.
girls & boys clothes,
books, toys, life
jackets. Kid's com-
forler sets & much
more.

YARD SALE
Saturday, April 8th from
6am until ?
Furniture, clothing, ect...
5675 Lofty Pines
Drive.

YARD SALE
The Purple Power
Relay for Life Team
is planning a yard
sale fundraiser for
Saturday. April 8th
from 7am until 1pm.
The yard sale is
being held on Stewart
St. approximately
two blocks south of
King Middle School.
All proceeds benefit
the American
Cancer Society.

YARD SALE Women's
Ministries at
,6163 Dogwood Dr.,
Saturday, April 7th
from 7am until 1pm.
Air Brush paintings,
clothes, what-nots,
shelves, Sony VCR,
antique books,
exercise bike, 2 children's
school desks,
2 office desks, ect.


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Wednesday April 5, 2006


Sheriff's Report


r March 13, to March 23, 2006
Sheldon. .r., George Dennis,
Male. 39; 5428 Harmony Ln. Gulf
Breeze. FL: DUI. 3/13/06
Carroll., Dann\ Vern: Male:
36; 5964 Carroll Rd.. Mhlion. FL,
Probation Violation-Felony.
3/15/06
Lamb. Daniel Da id; Male:
22; 4011 Hazelnut St.. Pace. FL:
Drive While Lic Susp Habitual
Offender, 3/15/06
Lower. Gwendolyn Gale,


Female. 47: 3400 Robinson Pi
Rd., Milion, FL, Drive While Lic
Susp Habitual Offender. 3/15/06
Williams. Kay Rena: Female:
43: 5881 Byrom St.. Million. FL.
Burglar, of Structure Conveyance
Unarmed W/O Person Inside
3/15/06
Allen. James Robert: Male:
37; 4536 Trice Rd.. Pace. FL:
Fraud-Swindle-Obtain Property
Under 20.000. 3/15/06
Lee. Jerome Kevon. Male. 18:


23-D Cape Dr.. Ft. Walion Beach,
FL: Resist Officer-FleeiElude
LEO with Lights Siren Active.
Drie \With License Susp It'1
Offense. 3/15/06
Harris, Kimmerely
Ne\tcomb: Female: 38: 5824
Timberline Dr. Milton. FL:
Batten-Touch or Strike, Burglary
\\/Assault or Battery. 3/15/06
Helsley, Jack Dean: Male: 68:
3265 Cypress Ln. Gulf Breeze.
FL: DUI Alcohol or Drugs 3rd
Violation \/fln 10 Years. Refuse to
Submit to DUTI Test. 3/15/,06
Hermance. Chenrie aria:
Female; 20. 2885 A\emnida De
SoLo. Navarre. FL; Larc-Theft is
$300 or More But Less Than
$5.000. 3/15/06
Lusher. Clayton N; Male: 20:
1980 Jessica Wa\. Navarre. FL;
Damage Prop-Crim Misch $200
and Under. Burgl Structure
Conveyance Unarmed \V/ Person
Inside, Larc-Theft is $300 or More
But Less Than $5.000 3/15/06
Slack. Krista Ellsk north;
Female: 38: 5424 Ro\\e Trail.
Pace. FL:; Vehic Theft-Grand 3rd
Degree. 3/'15,'1)06
Allen. Deborah P. Female.
35. 969 Spanish Moss. Pensacola.
FL; Fraud/Imperson/Obtain
Property 3/16,06
Barnes. Michelle Lee:
Female, 31: 5129 Carmel Ridge
Circle. Milton: Probation
Violauton-Feloni. 3/16/06
Batson. James Leon: Male:
37: 5548 Kim Dri\e. Milton. FL:
Probation Violation-Felon.


S M nf ll Dinner enu:BarbeuledPorit
For MOre in0I Call and/or Beef Coleslaw, Baked Beans
l RR9905-8562 With desserl and vaietv ol drinks cholcel
Alcohol Prohibited
During Ride

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3/16/06
Brown, Billie Frances:
Female; 27; 152 Diego Circle.
Pensacola. FL: Possess Cocaine.
Narcotic Equip Possess And or
Lise 3/16/06
Colmer. Meters Hoffman;
Male; 46, 7685 Peterson Pt Rd.,
Milton. FL: Probation Violation-
Felony. 3/16/06
Cox. Deidre Michelle;
Female; 37: 1900 Diplomat St..
Gulf Breeze. FL; Probation
Violation-Felon'.. 3/16/06
Long. Daniel J.P.; Male: 23:
3105 Harper Drise, Natarre, FL.
Sex Offense 120 cis.i. Victim 12
YOA Uip To 15 YOA. Lewd Lasci'
Beha% ior (10 cts. i Victim 12 YOA
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or Older. 3/16/06
Yates. Sabrina L.nn: Female;
30; 9952 Jeno Rd., Milton. FL.
Probation Violation-FelonN.
3/16/06
Carter. Dennis Leroy, Male:
4-1; 6054 Curtis Rd. Pace. 'FL;
Failure to Appear for Felony
Offense. 3717/06
Council Sr., Douglas Way ne:
Male: 5S. 6445 Lynsood Circle.
Milton. FL: Damage Prop-Crim
Nlisch $20)0 and Under. Sex
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Off. Resist Officer Obstruct \\W/
Violence, Loitering or Prowling.
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33; 5701 Yucca Drive. Milton. FL:
Drugs-Possess \\T Sell. Etc..
Other Schedule IIJ or IV. Drugs
Possess Cntrl Sub W!O
Prescription. 3/17/06
Hendrix. Charles Jay: Male:
49: 21 Ranger Rd.. Nlar, Esther.
FL: Fail to Reg as Sex Offender.
3/17/06
Hormuth. Adrian Lenz.
Male: 29. 207 Florida St .
Nice'ille. FL. Amphetamine-
Traffic or Nleth.impheiamine 14
Grams or Ocer 12 cts i. NarCOLIC
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cis.. , Drugs-Possess Listed
Chemical \WIT Manufacture Cntrl
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Driving Is' Offens. Flee Elude
LEO at High Speed. Resist Officer
Obstruct W/O Violence 3/17/06
McKenzie. William, O'Neal-
Male; 22; 2968 Whitle\ Ln.
Million. FL: Possess Cocaine i2
cts.i. Smuggle Contraband into
Prison-Control Subs Defined
Pro\ visions of s.893.02i 4). 3/19/06
Mitchem, Billv Jack; Male:
29; 592(0 N. Palafol. Pensacola.
FL Drive While Lic Sisp
Habitual Oflender, P6ssess
Cocaine, Narcotfc, EquJpPo.ssess
And Or Use. 3/18/06
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Compensation. 3/17,06
Sargent. Kelly Amanda:
Female: 33: 300 Chase St..
Pensacola. FL: Failure to Appear
for Felons Offense 3/17/06
Spears. Ricks Dale: Male:
41: 13025 Munson Hy.. Milton.
FL: Obstructing Justice-Intimidate
Victim 3.17.'06
Eteretl. Villiam Joseph.
Male: 23: 6893 Munson Hv.\..
Milton. FL. DL. 3,119/05.
Coole). Lisa Michelle:
Female: 35. 4215 Yearling Ln.
Milton. FL., DUI. 3/18/06
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DUI Alcohol or Drugs 2nd
Offense. 3/.17/06
Aldridge. Kristen Michelle;
Female, 23. 3361 Greenbriar
Circle. Gulf Breeze. FL: Probation
Violation-Felony. 3/21/06
Brown. Rodney Allen: Male:
3S, 2753 Christine St ., Pensacola.
FL: Pa.s Forged-Altered
Instrument. 3/21/061
Nagel. Kenneth WaN ne: Male,
25; 5112 Pasco Broson Circle.
Holi. FL. Probation Violation-
Felon\. 3/21/06
Roberts. John Da\id: Male:
19: 4388 A-udiss Drite. Bagdad,
FL: Probation Violation-Felon\.
3/21/106
Rodriguez. Alana Renee:
Female; 34: 6426 ABC Park Ci..
Million. FL; Probation Violation-
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cis.i, Smuggle Contraband into
Jail. 3/21/06
Anderson. Stephen Lewis:
Male; 44, 5200 Tupelo Ln, Milton,
FL Drie While License
Suspended Habitual Offender.
3/21/06
Doslatkhah. Sarah NMN;
Female: 28: 1457 Sanibel Ln, Gulf
Breeze. FL: Dnve While License
Suspended 3rd or Subsequent
Offense. 3/21/06
McLaughlin. Karen Danette:
Female. 37:; S8138 Calle Mio,
Navarre. FL: Fraud-Insuff Funds
Check-Make Utter Issue S150 or
Oser. 3/21/06
Swain. Jason Arthur; Male:
30; 2160 Chemstrand Rd..
Pensacola, FL; Burglary of
Structure, Conseyance Unarmed
\V/O Person Inside. 3/21/06
Hicks. Dudley Eugene; Male:
52: 7934 Custom Ct.. Milton. FL;
Fugitive From Justice. 3/21/06
Guinn. Ronald Edward:
Male: 40: 4536 Brian St.. Pace.
FL: Burglary of Structure,
Coneyance. Unarmed W/O
Person Inside, Larc-Theft is $300
or More But Less Than $5.000.
3/22/06
Gu)ton. Michael Bell: Male:
25: 2118 Cheshtre Ct.. Navarre,
FL: Failure to Appear for Felony
Offense. 3/22/06
Harris. Carroll Clayton:
Male: 22: 4037 Kenitood St.,
Pace. FL: Aggrav Battery-
Offender Knew/Should Have
Known Victim Pregnant (domestic
%iolencel. Obstruct Police-
Deprive of. Means Protection or
Communication. 3/22/06
Mitchem. .r., Burl Akin;
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Milton, FL: Probation Violation-
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Ouens. Bobby Lee: Male: 31:
1998 Justice Circle. Gulf Breeze.
FL: Stolen Prop-Deal in Dealing
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Tailor. Jason D: Male; 27;
201 Pensacola Beach Blvd..
Pensacola Bch. FL: Out of State
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House. DaLid Michael: Male;
1415 Tiger Lake Drive, Gulf
Breeze. FL: Probation Violation-
Felony. 3/22/06
Chavis, Craig Arthur; Male:
37: 760 Seahorse Ave., Ft. Walton
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%Vrenn. Barbara Lynn:
Female; 48: 5313 Gillette Way.
Milton. FL: DUI. 3/22/06
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Sports


PaceChamber Go
Scramble at the Moors
Tho Pace Aica 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 pre-
register at Northwest Florida
Marine on Highway 29 or on the
day of the tournament at
Swamphouse Marina.
Santa Rosa United Way
to hold fishing tourney
United Way of Santa Rosa
County will be holding its first
ever bass fishing tournament on
May 20 at River Run Marina.
If you are interested in being
a sponsor of the United Way of
Santa Rosa County's inaugural
bass fishing tournament please
contact the United Way offices in
Milton at 850-623-4507.
Skateland hockey sign
-ups are underway
Sign-ups for Skateland's
youth and adult roller hockey
leagues are going on until April
29.
All skill levers are welcome
wi h the ,'ouih league lagesi 5 to
16 and the adult league (ages 1 7
and olden.
This league will run from
May until June. For more infor-
mation you can visit www.skate-
landmilton .com or call Skateland
at 623-9415.
Moors golf scrable to
benefit Cancer Society
The Moors will hold a four-
person scramble to benefit the
American Cancer Society April 13
at 1 p.m.
Entry Fee is $70 per person
and the maximum handicap is
30.
Deadline to enter is April 7
and for furtehr information you
can contact Tom White at 995-
4653.
Basketball shootout is set
for May 19 and 20 at MHS
The Santa Rosa Minority
HIV/AIDS Task Foice will hold
their fourth annual basketball
shootout on May 19 and 20 at
Milton Higr School.
Teams are limited to 10 play-
.ersw and the entry fee is $150
per team.
Deadline to enter is May. 5.
For more information call
623-2616.
Milton Kiwanis to hold
four-man golf scramble
The Milton Hoon Kiwanis will
'have a four-man golf scramble
April 21 at NAS Whiting Field Golf
Course
The deadline to enter this
tournament to raise funds to help
.ith local projects is April 17 and
the entry fee is $S300 per team.
The field is limited to the first
36 teams, to enier.
For more information or to
Sreaister call 626-2632 or 393-
-6034.

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Horsing around


El Fair has full slate planned for arena


By BILL GAMBLING
PG Sports Editor
*The Santa Rosa Count\
Fair is under\wa. and a full slate
of events is planned for the area
again this .ear.
Competition got underwa\
on Tuesday with an Exceptional
Rider Roundup.
This special rodeo w\as for
individuals of all ages within dis-
abihliies and their caregivers.
Included in this were bull
riding, calf roping. horseback
rides, petting zoo and barrel
racing along with a rodeo king
and queen contest.
On Thursday events will


resume w ih a 4-D Barrel Race
through the National Barrel
Racing Association set to begin
at 7 p.m.
A $20 entry fee will be
charged to participate and $500
added to the purse.
Exhibitions %will begin at 6
p.m. at a cost of $5 each.
For more information on
the 4-D Barrel Race contact
June Ates at 623-4593.
Saturday. the Blackwater
Saddle Club will hold their
horse show starting at 1 p.m.
This \ear's show will fea-
ture four events and all events
\\ill be $3 per event for mem-


bers and non-members.
There %will be no year end
points collected for this show.
Sign-up for the shot %till
begin at noon on SaturdaN.
On FridaN and Saturday
this year will be the Dodge
Rodeo with competition in
bareback riding, barrel racing.
calf roping, steer w restline.
breakattwa roping, saddle bronc
riding, team roping, and bull
riding.
Admission prices for the
2006 Santa Rosa Counrt Fair
are children aces 1-4 free. indi-
% iduals 5-11 are $4. and 12 and
up are $6.


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(Above) Melinda Pollack gets congratulated by several bowlers around her after getting
a turkey (three consecutive strikes) Sunday during the Bowl for a Cure held at Oops
Alley. (Left) Laurie Smith seems a little confused as she appears to be threatening the
pins with a martial arts move if they don't fall down fast enough. (Below) Members of
the Alley Cats women's league gather as they present two checks totaling nearly $700 to
the Pensacola Women's Bowling Association, who organized the event Sunday to raise
money for the Susan G. Komen Breast Cancer Foundation and its affiliates.
Press Gazette photos by Bill Gamblin


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third

CI Jay remains unbeaten
in District 1-2A action
By BILL GAMBLIN
PG Sports Editor
Pace looked to defend their
Kissimmee Klassic title, but
came up just short in the semi-
finals as they lost to Auburndale
2-1 in the senu-tinals.
The Lady Patriots, who
went 3-1 in the tournament, fin-
ished in third place in the gold
bracket as they rebounded with
a 10-1 win over the Ri'erdale
Raiders.
On Thursday Pace started
the tournament with a 5-1 win
over Southwest Miami and then.
won 9-6 over George Jenkins
High on Friday.
But Saturday proved to be a
defensive contest against the
Bloodhounds.
Aubumdale took a 1-0 lead
in the fourth and extended it to
2-0 in the fifth against Pace
starter Ashleigh Cole.
In the fourth a walk issued
to Samantha Boainer proved
costl\ after she stole second
and scored on a Kaylee West
single, which was onl\ one of
four hits allowed bh Cole.
Aubumdiple's \\inning run
came when Megan Colbert sin-
gled to lead off the bottom of
the fifth as she advance to sec-
ond on a error.
Colbert took third on a wild
pitch and then scored on an
Ashley Bell single.
Pace threatened in the sixth
w ith the bases loaded, but came
awaN empty handed.
Kahn Lasseter was hit by a
pitch followed by singles from
Cole and Katr Neal before the
ne\t three Lady Patriots went
do wn in order.
In the seventh Pace was
threatening again w ith one out
as Morgan McBride walked and
moved to second on an error as
Brittany Dowdle reached on an
error to start a Pace rally.
Dow die and McBride
would advance on a double
See, PREPS. Pg. 2B


r m Booker finished second by inches at AJG Masters


By BILL GAlMBLIN
PG Sports EdLiir _
For Pace's Parham Booker
his final round of the
Arrow head Golf Jniot Ma'ters,
could hate been summrred up b.)
v. hat could hat e been.
Starting Sundaj\'s final
round the Pace jUnior and
dc fendinri'2 loiinamnent chiinpi-
on started one sitroike hehiiJ
Barrett Miljam.
Booker v.ao se'.en leer
av', lr'om birdingt i-in IS and
sending the Itl' rii.nfinil inrI. aA
pl.ai-,i. hlult 'l put stopped ond
the rnglit cdge ct thU hol'l and


Earlier in the round on the
ninth green, Booker saw his put
literally , roll o'er the hole
instead of falling in, v.hich in
hindsight was an important
stroke as well
Darren Chapman shoi a 711
on Sunday , to erase j .t..,- stroke
deficit and claim ihi, .ear'".
Junior M l ter'- lille
Mil.ani. '. li shot a :n
Sallturdi,;. .,lld card .1 74 and
lislsi in j lie to second'. nlih
Book er ione stroke behind1
Chapaipmn at 141.
O()n the ill side PFiace's


Haley Mlill;s.ip did etersthitng
sihe could but could not keep
pace w itih Pensacola's
Samtnitha Holt in the girls di% i-
,ion of the Junior N lM ters.
Holt started Sunda;, with a
three stroke lead o'er Millsap.
,ho lost a couple of su'okes to,
thile girls overall leader at the
ninth hole Sunda'..
This is the second \e.t in :1
ro l Millsap fha finished second
to tile gni Is o\er.ill champion.
Lastrearu she .is sec.oniid to
Renee CliLutiei when the tour-
naii'enrt was held at
Stonebrooil;.


In the boss 16-18 division
Pace's Jake Bradle. finished
tied for eighth with a two day
total of 151. while Milton's
Joe\ Moberly finished 10th
with a two da\ tolall of 152.
Tyler Kla\a finished in a
three w\a\ lie fort l'onith in the
bIo\s 1-I-15 ,it ip witlih .i two
d.i\ tolal ot 1. !. Ihe Pace liesi-
dent carded rounds of 74 and
-7.
SThe nemt local e\ent for the
.\rrcwh.ead Junior Golf Tour
will be Mav 13 and 14 at
Scenic Hills Countr. C!ib in
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OUTTA' THE

WOODS


By Tony Young

Tony.Young@MyFWC.com

Florida Fish and Wildlife
Conservation Commission


Ducks - More Than

They're Quacked Up

To Be


Well. I hope all you turkey
hunters in the South Hunting Zone
took a nice bird or two this year as
your season is coming to a close.
For those of us in the rest of the
state, %we still have until April 23 to
bag us a good long-beard. But
after spring gobbler season, there's
really not much hunting to talk
about, so I'd like to tell you about
another bird - one that needs our
help.
As Easter approaches. many par-
ents buy mallard ducklings for
their children. We've done that for
generations, but consequences
have caught up with us.
These ducks can live 10 years.
They might make nice pets while
they are still small enough to fit in
your hand, but when they become
full-grown and the novelty wears
off. people often grow tired of car-
ing for them and decide to turn
them loose. Most don't realize
that is against the la\\. and these
mallards pose a serious threat to
Florida's native wildlife.
Besides making it illegal to
release mallards. Florida law also
requires anyone possessing, buying
or selling mallards to have a per-
mit from the FWC. and the birds
must be kept in a cage as long as
the like.
One reason for this rule is that
domesticated ducks can transmit


diseases and compete with native
wildlife for food and habitat. It's
actually illegal to release any ani-
mal into the wild if it poses a dis-
ease hazard. But the most impor-
tant reason is releasing domesticat-
ed mallards into the wild threatens
the existence of the Florida mot-
tled duck.
The Florida mottled duck, also
called the Florida duck, is a unique
subspecies found only in peninsu-
lar Florida. It keeps to a small
home range in inland and coastal
wetland ecosystems.
To hunters, the mottled duck is a
highly prized game bird found in
many ponds. lakes, rivers, marshes
and canals in central and south
Florida. They are large ducks.
brownish in color, with both sexes
being darker than a mallard but
slightly lighter than a black duck.
This species is one of only a few
nonmigratory ducks in North
America. The mottled duck
spends its entire life within
Florida.
In the spring. wild mallards fly,
north to breed and are not present
when the mottled duck mating sea-
son begins. On the other hand.
store-bought mallards don't
migrate and instead become estab-
lished. year-round residents of
Florida. These domesticated mal-
lards crossbreed with mottled
ducks and produce hybrid off-
spring. The offspring are fertile.
which compounds the situation.
Each year. there are fewer pure-
bred mottled ducks left. and the


trend is driving the Florida mottled
duck toward extinction.
Communities around the globe
have seen similar problems. In
New Zealand. domesticated mal-
lards, released to provide hunting
stock, have devastated the local
grey duck populations. Now, 95
percent of the grey ducks in New
Zealand are hybrids.
The Hawaiian duck is another
example. This endangered bird has
been all but completely hybridized
and may be genetically intact only
on the island of Kauai.
Meller's duck in Madagascar is
yet another example.
The fate of the Florida mottled
duck could be similar as its popula-
tion is relatively small, estimated at
only 30.000-40,000 breeding birds.
FWC biologists say between 7 and
12 percent of the state's mottled
ducks are showing genetic evi-
dence of hybridization.
Floridians purchase more than
12.000 mallards a year, and many
of them make their way into near-
by waters. Given these alarming
figures. plus the fact the population
of mottled ducks is small. it
wouldn't take long for the Florida
mottled duck to disappear.
The solution starts with not buy-
ing your child a mallard duck for
Easter.
To go a step further, don't feed
or shelter domesticated mallards:
help spread the word: and consider
requesting permits to remove any
that may live on your property.
For more information on protect-
ing Florida's mottled duck or to
obtain permits for removing
domesticated mallards, contact one
of the FWC's waterfowl offices at
(850) 488-5878 or (321) 726-2862,
or visit the mottled duck Web site
at MyFWC.com/duck/mottled.


Ton)y young is a media relations
coordinator for the FIVC's
Division of Hunting and Game
Management. You can reach him
with questions about hunting at
Tony. Young @'Av MyF C.comn.


Milton's Heather Green makes a throw to first base during action
earlier this season for the Lady Panthers.
Press Gazette photo by Bill Gamblin


Preps


Continued F-rom Page One
steal and Lasseter Pwould be
walked to load the bases.
Cole %would drite home
McBride as Do dle w\as forced
out at second.
With two outs and runners
on first and second Neal struck
out s\w'inging to end the game.
In the third place game
Pace took pounded out nine hits
and took advantage of five
Riverdale errors to in 10-1.
'Pace's big inning came in
the sixth when they scored five
runs with the big blo\ coming
as Do"dle had a three RBI
triple.
In other softball action:
Central 15, Rocky Bayou
4, six innings
The Lady Jaguars erupted
for eight runs in the third inning
as the\ defeated Rocky Bayou
15-4 Thursday at Rocky Bayou.
Central 14-2. 4-1 in District
l-A. pounded out 15 hits in the
game. which w as shortened to
six innings by the merc\ rule
Brittney Weaver struck out
eight and walked just two while
allowing eight hits over six
innings.
Amber Barr and Tori
Stephens eight had three RBIs
for Central, as Barr \ent 3-for-
4 at ithe plate. as did fellow
Lad\ Jag Kaitlyn Campbell.
Christ\ Freeman and
Summer \\Wit both went 2-for-
5, while Stephens was credited
w ith a 2-for-4 day at the dish.
Escambia 13, Milton 2.
five innings
Escambia put a six spot on
the board in the first inning as


the\ defeated Milton 13-2 in a
district tilt on Thursday in
Milton.
The Lady Panthers 18-13i
managed just tw o runs off of
Lady Gators starter Beth
Pilgrim in fite innings.
Those runs came in the bot-
tom of the first and fourth
innings as Milton had six hits in
the contest.
Milton's Crn stal Clark went
2-for-3 on the night with a dou-
ble.
Starting pitcher Cr\ystOl
Benge gave up 17 hits in five
innings while w\allkng two and
striking out two over five
innings.
In baseball on Frida\:
Jay 10, PCA 0, five
innings
Jay remained perfect in dis-
trict play by defeating
Pensacola Christian at home
10-0 in five innings.
The' Royals 17-4. 3-0 in
District I-2A) gae starter Brad
Lottery a 3-0 lead after the first
inning and that would be all he
needed as he pitched a one hit-
ter to improve to 2-2 on the
year
Brandt Hendricks had .a
home run for the Royals as he
wkent 3-for-3 on the da\ with a
double and four RBIs.
Lottery helped his own
cause at the plate v ith a 3-for-3
da\ \tith a double and two\
RBIs.
Rush Hendricks had a triple .
to highlight a 2-for-3 perlornm-
ance ith two RBIs. ', while Josh
Marshall \ ert 2-fur-3 B Nih a
triple and tmo RBIs


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6:27 AM Sun rise
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7:12 PM Sun set
11:40 PM 1.04 feet


Taking a drop

Pace's Haley Millsap is seen having to take a drop after her ball land-
ed on the cart path on her approach to the ninth green Sunday at teh
Arrowhead junior Golf Association Junior Masters Tournament held
at the Moors.
Press Gazette photo by Bill Gamblin


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iStudents perform at seasonal PTO program


HONOR ROLL
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Seasonal PTO program. "Deceniber In Our Town"


Mrs. Kightlinger. Mrs. Bozeman, and their students enjo>
a visit from Santa.


my^^^rifts


5th grade chorus singing "Rocking Old Saint Nicholas"


Congratulaulations!

Congratulations to Amir Kelker. a fifth
grade student at Rhodes Elementary.
Amir won a computer and a four-year
college scholarship for
writing the winning entry in a
Black History Month essay
contest. He has attended Rhodes since
he \as in kindergarten. We are proud to
say, "Amir is a Rhodes Junior Panther!"





Star Citizens for Tolerance
KINDERGARTEN Dee Dee Cale-
Rm3.15,B.urt .,. ,, , . R 215 Elliott..
Sarah Ortega Elbert Jackson-
Rm314 Crossw\ell...
Joel Gonzalez THIRD GRADE
Rm313 Bozeman.,.. Rm601 Nolan...........
Gabriel Perry NMelisa Resto
Rm312 Waller.... . Rm508 D. Mitchell....
Jordan Stackhouse Deja Hodrick
Rm308 Bena\ides... Rm506 Seaman........
Andrew Frett ell Maddie Williams
Rm306 Larson...... Rm504 Langham...... :
Conner Saint Antahla\a Smith
Rmn202 Piscopo...... Rm502 Holland......
Joseph Pool Molly Smith
RmS9B Hendon...... RmS9A Albro.....
Ta lor Collins James Da\is
Rm26 Kightlinger..... Rm503 K. Mitchell....
Brandon Joaquin Jenny Schmidt
Rm507Casey...........
FIRST GRADE Abigail Dekraai
Rm304 Lane......... . Rm214 Waldrop.......
Colton Nlelton Kyle Bryant
Rm201 Kehl..........
Niquise Slack FOURTH GRADE
Rm203 Hamilton..... Rm708 Duncan.........
Heavyn Porter Brittanae Montgomery
Rmi205 LeDew\ .....Rm706 Erickson........
JerVaungh Craig Sarah Emmons-Hinote
Rm207 NMoreno...... . Rm704 Ro\well.........
Christopher Scott Gloria Rosati
Rm310 Robinson...... . Rm'72 Deas............
Kersten Freeman Danika Hamilton
Rm204 Rinehart...... Rm707 Eubanks........
Delma Rubio .Bobby Green
Rm206 Dublin........ Rm703 Chuites.........
Tristan Hughes Brianna Woods
Rm208 Cabaniss...... Rm223 Brunn.............
Preston Porter Elwyn Pace
Rm212 Ellis..........
Skylar Aldridge FIFTH GRADE
Rri603 Powers.........
SECOND GRADE , Nathan Pardue
Rm404 Burke......... Rm605 Stone............
Sean Powers Bailey Coulter
Rm406 Gentry....... Rm607 Taylor...........
Brandon Wold Emma Holt
Rm410 Robinson... Rm604 Cone..........
Justin Larson Zakyre Sigler
Rm401 Duke.......... Rm606 Ross............
Ron'asia Franklin Erica Carter
Rm403 Hicks.......... Rm609 Martin...........
Anna Stqut Chloe Bressack
Rm405 Coppedge....
Chance Shell
Rm407 Kelly.........


lMHS Student Council delivered gifts to Rhodes Junior
Panthers.


Third Grade
"A" Honor R
Jordan Ardoi
John Muok
Andrew Black
Andre%" Nolar
Ellyn Cue\as
Tom Piscopo
Abigail DeKra
Jonathon Pool
Taylor Ford
Enmily Russell
Mak) la Herrei
Arielle Slack
Kyle Kaniper
Alexia Smith
Autumn Marth
Brad\ Snyder
Malcolm MaN
Lexi \orrell

Third Grade
"A-B" Honor
Kirstin Antijul
Hannah MarsI
Lisa Ard
Cheyenne Ma
Sierra Armstrc
Jack layer
Tyler Bemis
Graces McDo
Shaina Busbk
Hope Michel
Destiny Carric
Salanna Ne%%
Merrie Coates
MNyle.s Osbom
Tay lor Coopei
Andreo Parris
Destin\ Colr
Brittani Pate
Donminique Cr
Kristen Peade
Zachary Crurr
Jacob Perry
lesha.Dottin
Joselen Pined,
Rebecca Dubi
Chris QuesenI
Courtne Dun
Melissa Resto
Elizabeth Ella
Garrett Roger
Jayci Floyd
Encka Santiag
'Danielle Mar'
S Gallant
Tailor Seals
Samantha Gle
Cheyenne Se:
Toni Gray
Brandi Sizemn
Ende\ious Ha
SAlijah Spring,
-Lane Hube
Andy Smith
Will Hubley
Chloe Smith
Kiss\ Hyman
Lain Stackhoi
' Ashlh Johnsol
Dezhy ra Thoi
De\ in Johns
Benjamin We:
Jake Leggett
Maddie Willia
Luke Leggett

Fourth Grad
"A" Honor R
Randi Bass
Kiah Beeman
Alyssa Bram\
Ian Briggs
Sade Crosby
Nisa Durden
Taylor Dreyei
Lucas Erhardi
Antaya Jennit
Cody Leggett
SZane Lowe
Kayla Michel
Justin Osborn
. Caleb Pough
Taylor Pratt

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Krist~n BaileN
Kara Jernigan
Stephanie Bartlett
Zhivon Johnson
Erin Bell
Miranda Ly'ers
Libby Berti
Tim Malinoski
Hannah Brake
Colton Nlapoles
CourtneN Cale
Chance Michener
Joseph Cambron
Dwayne Miller
Coral Contreras
Courtnel Mills
Josey Cook
Shawn Nicholson
David Coppedge
Brandon Parrish
bMoja e Denson
KaitlN n Pesquera
Sarah Hinote-Enimons
Zachary Richards
T\ ler Etheride
Titffany Riera
Andre Flakes
Danva Rubio
Ka\lee Gillis
Bri Smith
Taylor Gillis
Kay la Spencer
Ke'aira Goldsmith
Bnanna Walker
Bradle Graham
Desiree Williams
Danika Hamilton
Nathaniel Williams
Ke\in Humphreys
SAhiah Woods


Fifth Grade
"A" Honor Roll
Tray Albert
Ke'in Brooks
'Bailey Coulter
Ton Crum
Tyler Hanson
William Harrm-
Ke\ in Hicks
S ' Amir Kelker
Phoebe Lone
Tomm\ McMNillion
Ashle\ Pate
Anna Pool
Jordanna Rebbeck
Brooke Saldana
Adam Smeltzer
David Stout
John Blake Temple
SDy an Thiorpe
Samantha Usi

Fifth Grade
"A-B" Honor Roll
Brian Archer
Bree Biscoe
TiffanN Blackmon
Chloe Bressack
Harley Carrion
Pai.e Dowling
Jessica Edgar
Silvano Gonzalez
Tre\ Helms
Bethany Hicks
Cody Holder
Jacquelyn Kahler
Vita Locke
Bradley Maher
Emmy Marshall
Zhana Parker
Coleen Pate
Patrick Peace
Sarah Phillips
Jon Pickard
Tyler Reynolds
Gunter Rogers
Alison Russell
Arin Schultz
Zakyre Sigler
Trace Sorrell
James Thames
Kelly Tormey
Kayelyn Tryon,
Kristen Vaughn
Nolan Wade
Candace Welch
Molly Wells


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Kindergarten teacher, Mrs. Benavides, is comfy, cozy in,
her night wear during Pajama Day at Rhodes. This spe-
cial day was a fun way to raise money for Relay for Life.


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90 ANNOUNCEMENTS
.92 AUCTIONS.
94 MEETINGS
96 PERSONALS
98 TRAINING
EMPLOYMENT
102 DRIVERS
104 GENERAL HELP
106 HOME BASED
BUSINESS
108 HOTEL/MOTELS/
RESTAURANTS
110 LABOR
112 MANAGEMENT
114 MEDICAL
116 OFFICE WORK
1.18 PART TIME
120 PROFESSIONAL
122 RETAIL
124 SALES/
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
S414 ROOMMATES WANTED
416 VACATION/RESORT
SANTA ROSA
REAA- 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
(STEREOfTV/VCR)
830 MISC.!SALE
832 MISC./WANTED
834 LOST MERCHANDISE
TRANSPORTATION
902 AUTO SUPPLIES
904 CARS
906 BOATS
908 FARM EQUIPMENT
910 MOTORCYCLES
912 MOTOR HOMES
914 RECREATIONAL
916 SPORTS UTILITY
VEHICLE
918 TRUCKS
920 VANS
922 OTHER


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the ability to work with the public and computer/word
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Excellent fringe benefits!

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& Education Center At Milton
Has An Opening For An
ACCOUNTANT
The deadline to apply is 04/10/06
To view position description, visit
wfrec.ifas.ufl.edu
under job opportunities.

To view application instructions & to
complete an online resume, visit:
www.hr.ufl.edu;>jobs (reference #035953)
If an accommodation due to a disability is
needed to apply for this position, please call:
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(850) 955-8771 (TDD)
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CHRIST IS ALL
11 you have Chris,
you have
everything
Withoul Jesus
Christ., you have
absolutely nothing
Read a lile-
.:hanging book at
Vw'ww H,-HR T.I .` LLU-

SANTA ROSA Gun
& Knile Show. San-
Ia Rosa Co. Audito.
rium, Old Bagdad
Hwy., Millon April
22-23 2006 9a m -
Sp.m Buy, Sell.
Trade Admission
Adults $4, 12 & un-
der Free Call Billy
Rogers *I' 85,-.957
4952 tor more into
.r for Tables $35
12-daiys) For every-.
ore's salety nc:
concealed or
loaded !un
allowed by visicir:s
r verndors. . All
guns must be lied
c'pen at all limrres.
THANKS TO God &
St. Jude for pray,/ers
answered H C.G.


A PUBLIC AUC-
TION will be held at
Bagdad Mini Ware.
house & RV Stor-
age inc 4065 Gar.
con Point Rd , Mil-
lon FL on Friday.
April 7lh 2006 at
9am to sell the Io01-
lowing items by
sealed bids only.
Highest bidder will
be called thal da\
Unit ot Mark Hellon
Unit size 10X15
Clothes tools. bed-
room & baby lurni-
lure living room
chairs. mattresses
refrigerator, des.,
rv ,& misc Boxes
lull of stuft'
Cash only Sales
lax will be charged
unless a lax resale
ceniicate is provide.
ed al lime of sale
Bagdad Mini Ware.
r,.oues. Inc re.
serves Ime right re.
remon..e any unillsi
frcm ime sale Call
626-5858 ior more
inr ormahion


ABSOLUTE AUCTION
Real eslale, anti-
ques, collectibles,
etc. March 25ih &
26th Garden Gate
Antiques, Warrior,
Alabama. For more
information call
18881 285-8408,
www.redmont
auclion.com
Redmont Auction &
Land Co. Inc. Eddie
Propst Lic# AU2051
AUCTION, 469+/-
acres, divided - 2
prime farms. partial-
ly irrigated Sylvania,
GA, Saturday,
March 25, 10:00
h.m. Roweli Auc-
lions, Inc.
1800,323-8388
10;'BP GAL AU-
C002594-
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REAL ESTATE
AND ESTATE AUC-
TION 3 propenies in
Live Oak& Lee. FL
JW Hill & Assoc
Call for info
18881821-0894
AB#2083


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Benefits Available
Paid Vacation
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(Daily From 2pm-5pm)
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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!




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For Experienced Truck Drivers
Home Daily!
Assigned Convential Peterbuilt Tractor

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Health & Dental Insurance

Call: 554-3316


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$320 Salary + Bonus
Benefits
Advancement Opportunities

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Ask for Coach Gordon
850-983-3000


ESTATE AUCTION.
21+1 /- acres, 2
homes plus personal
property James M
Wise estate Friday,
March 24. 2 p m.
Rowell Auctions,
Inc. 18001323-8388
10' :,BP, GALAU-
C002594
',..iv ro.,,1tau:l nr ,*:,c im
ESTATE
AUCTION. 104t,'-
acres - divided
ExcellenI home-
sites. Saturday,
April 1 10 a.m.
Rowell Auctions.
Inc i800)323-
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www.roweilauctio
ns com 10 '
buyer's premium
GAL AU-
C002594.
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Auciion. Thursday.
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Werner Enterprises
has immediate
openings Ior eniry-
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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


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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


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Drivers
DRIVER- NOW HIR-
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DRIVERS for Cen-
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Nanlonal OTR posi-
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no pumps, great
benefits, competitive
pay & new equip-
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experience. Call By-
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your opportunity lo-
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NOW HIRING
No CDL required.
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tractor trailer and
lorklilh experience a
must. 623-5385.


102
Drivers
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lease. Avg
$1.11/mile plus luel
surcharge. No haz-
mal. No forced dis-
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available Lease
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1-800-587-1964
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1800)569-9298.
104
General Help
"NOW HIRING
2006 AVERAGE
POSTAL EMPLOY-
SEE EARNS
$57.000,,VR Mini-
mum Starting Pay
$18.00,hr.
Benelits/Paid Train-
ing and Vacanons
No Experience
fleeded 18001i584-
1775 Rel tP4901.
- AUTOMOTIVE
TECHNICIAN need-
e* d. Must be certified
in air conditioning &
nave experience in
diagnostics & driva-
biliry Apply in per-
son at Eddie Hobbs
Automotive, 4-1316
Glover Lane in Mil-
ton ro phone calls
please,
. ,COOK NEEDED lor
Bayou Gale.
Monda',-Friday
. Call 994-9232


102
Drivers


EXPERIENCED
DRIVERS
RoliofH. Tn-Axle
Dump, Equipment
Operalors 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


104
General Help

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 Watch
staff member for our
outdoor therapeutic
program in Milton,
FL Monitor youth &
staff in our wooded
campsites to ensure
safety/,security dur-
ing night lime hours
HS or equivalent &
related exp prefer-
red. Full time & ex-
cellent benefits from-
day one! Fax re-
sumes io 1'8501 675-
1230 or call 18501
675-4512 for more
into.
EOE DFWP,.'FAD.V
LEARN
TO DRIVE
Tractor Trailers






15 DAY LOCAL
CDL TRAINING
.* ull .3r rj P n T i": I
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For over 29 years-
we've been training
America's Truckers!
CALL TODAY!
Truck Driver Institute
5750 Milton Road
Milton, FL -
800-709-7364

CERTIFIED
LIFEGUARD
Krul Recreation
Area in Mulson
needs a Certified
Lifeguard. Speak to
Ite Recreation Ad-
ministrator or Krul
Supervisor al:
(8501 957-6140
Apply now!
CLEANING PER-
SON needed. Seri-
ous long term em-
ployment applicants
only Must be relia-
ble dependable. &
rhane oAr, car. Call
994-1785 1
CNA/COMPANIO
N Nurse Registry
looking for caring
and
compassionate
personnel to
provide one-on-
one care for
clients in
Escambia &
Santa Rosa coun-
ties. Flexible
Hours--Greal Pay.
Call 995-0599


Monday - Friday, 8:00am - 4:30pm,

$8.00 an hour to start. Job includes

customer service, scheduling, radio

dispatching, answering calls,

processing permits and other

general office duties. Call 626-8552

to schedule an interview


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104
General Help
EXPERIENCED
MAINTENANCE
MAN wanted 4 days
a week lor Oakwood
Apartments Apply in
person 6585 Brock
Ave., Milton.
FOREMEN To Lead
Utility Contract
Field Crews -
-Outdoor physical
work -
-Many entry-level
positions
-Paid training
- $14,hr + bonuses
after promotion
-Living allowance
when traveling
-Company truck and
good benefits
Must have strong
leadership skills, a
good driving history
and be able to travel
to Tennessee and
nearby states
Email resume 10:
Recruiier3@4'
osmose.com or
tax: (9851871-0605
www.OsmoseUilit-
ies.co
EOE M/F'D,,V
LOCAL CHURCH
seeking nursery
worker lor Wednes-
day night and Sun-
day morning serv-
ices. Approximately
6-8 hours per week.
Call 623-6683 for
more information.
NEED EXTRA
CASH?
The Press Gazelne
has openings for
personable, pro-
lessional individu-
als to help with tel-
ephone sales. Im-
pressive earning
opportunities. Call
623-2120. ask for
Tracie.

PART-TIME AT
public accounting
firm in Pace. Should
have public account-
ing experience. Tax
knowledge. Pay de-
pends ' orn experi-
ence. Send resume
to. BOOKEEPER,
_ t30 HWY 90,
SUITE H, PACE, FL
32571 or Fax Re-
sume to 995-8849
PUBLISHER'S
NOTICE
Milton Newspapers,
Inc. (dba The Santa
Rosa Press Gazette
and The Santa Rosa
Free Press) re-
serves the right to
censor, reclassify,
revise, edit or reject
any advertisement
not meeting its
standards of accept-
ance Submission of
an advertisement
does not constitute
an agreement to
publish said adver-
iisement. Publication


IMMEDIATE OPENING
For Experienced
Truck Drivers
Assigned conveniial
Peterbuill Iractor.
Required "A" CDL
license with Haz-mal
endorsement Bene-
his include: Employ-
ee paid health &
denial insurance
Home daily!
Call. 554-3316
0/0 Driver FFE,
The FS is higher
nerei $1.11 Avg.
$2,000 sign-on
. $2,60 Referral Bo-
nus. Base Plate pro-
Svided. No truck no
problem. Low pay-
ment with short
lease. (800)569-
9298.
0/0 DRIVER
FFE, The F!S is
higher here!
'$1.11 Avg.
$2,000 sign-on
$2,600 Referral
Bonus.Base Plate
provided. No truck
no problem. Low
payment with
short lease.


104
General Help
of an advertisements
does not consiitute
an agreement for
continued publica-
lion.
THE WEST FLORI-
DA RESEARCH &
EDUCATION CEN-
TER at Milton has
an opening for an
Accountant. Visit
wirec.itas.utl.edu un-
der job opportunities
to view description.
To view application
instructions & 10o
complete an online
resume, visit
www.hr.ufl.edu>jobs
Reference # 035953
The deadline to ap-
ply is 04/10/06. II an
accommodation due
to a disability is
needed to apply for
Ihis position, please
call (352) 392-4681
or the Florida Relay
System al: (850)
955-8771 (TDDi
EOE

WANT TO BE A
MEMBER OF A.
FORTUNE 500
TEAM?
Baptist Manor has
the following poi-
lorions available"

RN,'LPr Full lime
position, rotate
weekends. Will
work as a reel
nurse. Experience
in LTC & SIlF pre-
ferred. FL license
required.

CNA $500 sign-on
bonus! Full or part
lime or PRI. Musl
rave FL cerilica-
. lion.

Billing Specialist!
AR Collector
Full Lime 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 Abilily
to10 sive & analyze
accounts.., .
Apply al:
Baptisl Manor
10095 Hillview Rd.
Pensacola, FL
32514
i850) 479-4000


108
Hotel/Motel
& Restaurant
HELP WANTED
full lime cook need-
ed ior ,hild care
center Gall- 6.23-
4930 or apply in per-
son 4996 Glover Lnr
POPEYE�S
CHICKEN
Crew members
needed! Flexable
hours, benefits
available & paid
vacation. Starting
rate $7,hr. Apply
in person daily
from 2pm -5pmr
4687

110
Labor
FRAMERS & CAR-
PENTERS HELP-
ERS wanted Must
have own iransp,'r-
tation. Ca1-"554-2068
TREE WORKER
needed w driver'. I-
c ,se ; pissi'ly
own irarsporiaiinori
for immediate work
Call Scott at: 490-
0210)


110
Labor
APAC, INC.
Hiring qualified ap-
plicants lor the fol-
lowing positions-
*Snop Helper
- Expeiericed Asphair
Plant Ciperaior
"Experre;nced Na al
Ouaiiry C ntirol
"E.perienced Asprall
L ',orer
Applicants are
eligible for a $200
sign-on bonus!
Apply in person,
M-F 8am-5pm
4375 McCoy Dr.
Pensacola, FL
APAC is a drug-free
workplace & EOE

FORMAN/PROJECT
ESTIMATOR
Estimator lull or
part time Retirees
welcome! Heavy
duty construction,
site work, mass
grading. Minimum 5
yrs. exp. Compeii-
tive wage & Dene-
Ills. Apply 10am-
3pm Monday-Fri-
day West Dig, Dis-
posal 6341 Hwy.
90, Milton or Fay
1850) 623-9791


114
Medical
FULL TIME Certified
Dental Assistani
preferred but will
train. Call 623-2294
116
Office Work


SECRETARY/
DISPATCHER
Conri.iruciion orienl-
ed Computer, lele-
phone & general of-
lice skills
Apply 10am-3pm
Wesl Dig Disposal,
6341 HVy. 90, Mil-
ton or FAX (8501
623-9791'



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nus free into & pro-
gram details. Call
Calherine McFar-
land at:
18881563-3188




310
Business
Opportunities
#1 CORPORATE
Sports Apparel
Franchise. Full
Training and Sup-
pori. No Exp. Need-
ed Financing avail.
Call (8001727-6720.
A**v. Emrir.,,ijMe corn
ACCT REP/LOCAL
REP Earn Execulive
Level Income, PT or
F/T $13,000 invest-
mentl includes '.30
Accounts Inventory.
Territory, Training
Proven Product, 16
Year Old Co.
18881456-0261.


APAC, Inc. Hiring qualified applicants

for the following positions:


Applicants for the following positions are

eligible for a $200.00 sign-on bonus



* Experienced Machanic


* Experienced Asphalt Plant Operator


* Experienced Naval Quality Control




Apply in person, M-F 8am-5pm |

4375 McCoy Dr., Pensacola, FL.

APAC is a drug-free workplace & EOE


124
Sales &
Telemarketing

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

REACH FOR
THE STARS
Claim your $2,000
signing bonus and
elevate te quality of
lile of everyone you
see! Here are the
lop '10" reasons
why our sales reps
love us:

10. Compar y Paid
Health Berellis
9. Weekly Pay
8. 1lo Slow Seasuns
7. Management Oppor-
iuniiie.
6. inniii .r. Prc.ol Pro.:-j
u.:1
5. Reca. n.zed Houce-
rico t tam5
4. 2-.3 Pre-Sil Oualirv
Appls Daill'
3. ir.i-resiCe HOI Pros-

2. Hih aci 50 per
Corrpleited Presceria-
h-r 1i1 90 Da,s.
1. $2 000 Signing Bo-
riuS.

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


310
Business
Opportunities
ALL CASH Candy
route. Do you earn-
$800/day 30 ma-
chines, free candy
all for $9,995.
(888)629-9968
B02000033. CALL
US: We will not be
undersold'
-EARN $500 DAILY!
No selling. We make
every $597 sale and
pay you $500 com-
mission. Not MLM
(877) 25.1-8300
VENDING ROUTE:
Snack, Soda, Juice,
Water All Brands
Great Equipment &
Support. Full Line.
Financing Available
w/$7,500 Down
(8771843-8726
IBO#2002-037)
WIN FEMA/FEDER-
AL CONTRACTS'
Our GOVERNMENT
REGISTRATION
STARTER KIT
makes it easy to be-
come a government
vendor. Everything
you need to get
started $29.95. Visit
us at www.olficialfe-
maconlracts.com or
(800)549-1515
315
Business Services
01518931DAY BY
Day Quality 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

AFFORDABLE
Free computerized
list of available
properties in your
specific price
range & area.
1-800-823-4890
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ALL PERSONAL
INJURIES ACCI-
DENT WRONGFUL
DEATH AUTO .MO-.
TORCYCLE..TRUC
K. .PREMISE..PROD
UCT SLIP &
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TRIAN..ANIMAL
BITES A-A-A AT-
TORNEY Referral
Service (800)733-
5342. 24 Hrs. 100's
oi Lawyers State-
wide.
ANN BARNHILL
Trucking Dirt Work,
Fill Dirt,. Crushed
As-
phalt, Brown Dirt,
Limestone, Drive-
ways, Culverts. Mo-
bile Homes PADS.
Call for price. 1850)
623-3461 (8501 232-
0670. Free Esti-

ARRESTED? ALL
Criminal Defense
Felonies.. Misde-
meanors, State or
Federal Criarges.
Parole. Probation.
DUI. .Traffic Tickets.
Bond Reduction.
100's of Lawyers
Statewide 24
HOURS A-A-A AT-
TORNEY REFER-
RAL SERVICE
1800 l733-5342.
ARTIE KELLER
STUCCO,
Licensed and
Insured. Con-
ventional and
Synthetic
Systems. No lob
too big nor to
small. Call 698-
8327 or 626-9164.


315
Business Services
B & B HOME
IMPROVEMENTS
25 years experience.
Free estimates.
Licensed & insured.
Call anytime:
(850) 981-3936
"No job too small!"
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:
(850) 304-9680

TIME TO PLANT!


Casey's


Nursery

Largest Selection
of Trees, Shrubs &
Perennials

FREE
One Gallon
Azalea

$20 --

TROPICALS

ARE HERE!

3851 Avalon Blvd
Milton, FL

623-8109

COASTAL PAINT-
ING & REPAIRS
We do it all! Resi-
dential & Commer-
cial Free Estimales!
Call Joey: 1850)
549-7512
D&D
REMODELING
INC. General
Contractor All
Types Home
Maintenance;:
Roofs to Floors,
Renovations.
Decks, Tile.
Plumbing, Etc.
Evictions. Move-
Ouis,Construcuon
Cleaning,Pressu-
re Washing,
Painting, Tree
work, & Etc.
Locally owned.
FREE
ESTIMATES.
Lic.#4710-
0037952
CELL#261-1 173
CELL#261-3598
DAN'S TRACTOR
works. Licensed and
insured. Bush-hog-
ging. Discing. Front-
end loading Debris
removal. Dan Fran-
cisco, owner. Cell
(850) 529-8718
Home (8501 623-
8697
DAY BY Day Ouality
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.
DIVORCE $275-
$350RCOVERS chil-
dren, etc. Only one
signature required!
"Excludes govt.
teesi Call weekdays
1800)462-2000,
exl.600 l8am-7pm1
Alia Divorce, LLC.
Established 1977.
DOUBLE "B" Land
Clearing. Backhoe
Work. Licensed and
Insured Bryen Bal-
lard. 18501994-5740
or 1850)232-1581.


SI BAPTIST
I Jay Hospital
COME WORK WITH US!
GREAT BENEFITS! .
Health Information Tech/ROI
Part-time, high school graduate, 1-2 years clerical experience, type
35 wpm. File by numeric and alpha, high degree of accuracy.
House Supervisor
7pm Shift. FL-RN license 2 yrs experience, as an RN. Clinical and
people skills. ACLS preferred.
Emergency Room RN
'pm shift Prefer 2 Nears RN epentence. ACLS preferred.
RN Med-Surg
Full time, part time and PRN positions available.
Medical Records Transcriptionist
HS graduate Medical Technologist course, 2 years experience
Medical Technologist
Full time, part time, 12 hour shifts. FL license required.
Lab Technical Assistant
High school graduate. Must have at least 2 years of experience in
phlebotomy with a proven track record of dependability and
flexibility in scheduling.
Applications are accepted in Haman Resources Monday-Friday
from 8am-4pm at Jay Hospital.
14114 Alabama Street, Jay Florida 32565
or call 850-675-8069 for more information. a


315
Business Services
DOUG'S LAWN
SERVICE
Mowing & Edging.
Trimming Bushes,
Landscaping, Mulch-
ing Tractor work,
Gutter Cleaning &
lull lawn services.
Owner operated and
a local yocal. Call
623-5370 or
(cell)850-324-9149
FIELD
ELECTRIC, INC.
Providing your resi-
denlial, commercial
& portable generator
panel needs.
Call William at:
(850) 791-4381
Lic#fER 13013420
FIREFIGHTERS
FENCING
Quality Workman-
ship On Your Priva-
cy Fencing Needs
Licensed (850) 554-
1087 "Gooa Fences
Alake Good Neighoors
G&E
LANDSCAPING &
TREE SERVICES
Free estimates,
credits card ok.
Grading, mulching,
weeding, trimming,
new beds, old beds
redone, clean ups,
clearing stump
grinding, tree
removal 529-5650
HORSE LINIMENT
Eases Arthritis-Pain.
Now Available for
humans. Arth-Rx
has been helping ar-
thritis pain sufferers
for over 10 years.
Convenient Roll On.
18001634-2348. .
www.arlh-rx com.
J&L
PRESSURE
CLEANING
983-3428



J&L FENCE
COMPANY
983-3428



J&L HOME
IMPROVEMENT
983-3428


JOINER DUMP
truck and tractor.
Bobcat and tractor
work. Driveways.
culverts, light land
cleaning. Site prep
and clean up. Fill
dirt, brown dirt and
limerock hauling.
Michael Porter
(850)983-9888.
Tony Joiner
(850 ) 554-3460
LAND CLEARING &
DOZER'TRACTOR
WORK Specializing
in culvert installa-
tion, driveways, lev-
eling. root raking,
bushogging & disk-
ing. Equipment and
material Iransport
available. By the job
or hour. Call Billy
Rogers for estimates
957-4952 or 261-
8407
LAWN SERVICE
Mowing, edging &
trimming. Dependa-
ble and reasonable
rates Call: 393-2032
LOCAL HOME
REPAIR
Paint, drywall, trim &
timle. Fence repair &
installation. 10 years
experience. Contactl
Paul McMullen
723-9767
LOCAL HOME Re-
pair. Paint, drywall.
trim & tile. Fence re-
pair & installation.
10 years experi-
ence. Contact Paul
McMullen 850-723-
9767.


YOGA CLASSES
A union of mind,
body & spirit!
Classes for all ages
held in Pace & Mil-
ton. For more info
call Hallie at:
Celestial Inspirations
(Pace) 995-4288
Priorities Gym
(Milton) 623-1045
"Bring your own
yoga mat or borrow
one of ours"


315
Business Services

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



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

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

MOBILE HOME
BROKERS
Major and minor
repairs. Re-roof, pa-
tio covers, screen
rooms, leveling.
Locally owned
& operated
Free estimates
100I% Financing WAC
Call 857-1051
NEW HOPE PAINT-
ING & WALLPA-
PERING 'Drywall
repairs & patchwork
"Pressure cleaning
homes, decks, pa-
tios,. driveways &
sidewalks ) Carpen-
try work (crown
molding, paneling.
trim base & case, in-
stall cabinets & build
decks) Residential.
Interior/Exterior.
Family owned busi-
ness, over 30 years.
Call The Ericksens
today' 1850)723-
2550 or 623-6034
PITTS HANDYMAN
SERVICES, LLC
Locally owned and
operated, 25 yrs ex-
perience. We pro-
vide quality work for
a great price. Call
David "Bubba" Cox
at 698-9308.

Diurit' .IiAd prion 'S
Narni Chang '55
FREE Tiping. Call for
l\orkslheri iJ5l.434-7524
185 iN. "W"St.
i blk. N. fFleaN MarkljF
READY FOR
EASTER?
Don't have time to
decorate? Let us do
it for you! Holiday
Adornment,. Inc. For
more information
call: 850-324-5367
www.holidayadorn-
ment.com '
SEPTIC TANK in-
stallation and repairs
Jeff Busby Land
Clearing Inc. Call:
983-8822
STUMP-EASE
STUMP GRINDING
Most removals $35
Discount for multiple
removals & Back-
yard accessible
Local Contractor

Licensed & Insured
232-8746
TNT CARPORTS
R.V. & Boat covers
Buildings,
Garages.
Portable Sheds
CARPORTS
Single $595
Double $695.
S12X 41-$1295
24 X 31 $1990
Galvanized Steel
Many sizes/colors.
Financing Available i
Free delivery & setup
(850) 983-2296 or
Pager 505-1867
VICKERS FENCING/
-Making good neigh-
bors one, fence at a
time." Specalizing in
wood fences New
installations and re-
pairs. Competitive
pricing. Licensed
and Insured. Free
estimates 994-7585
or 791-0198.


118
Part Time
CLEANING LADY
NEEDED Part-lime
Call 626-8973
120
Professional
HAIRSTYLIST &
NAIL TECH wanted.
Clihentele a must
Paid vacation after 1
vr ContacI in person
a"- Salon ViP 5213
Dogwood Dr. kMll'nri
Ask ior Pallv
. 124
Sales &
Telemarketing
$5,500 WEEKLY
Goal Polennal It
someone did it, so
can you' 2-3 con-
Sirmed appoinrrnients
daily Benehls Avail-
able Call Catherine
McFarland'
(888 56.'3-3188.


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DEPENDABLE
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S seekingg additional
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years of experience!
'References avail.
upon request.
Call: 994-6236
335
Financial Services
CASH OUTI CON-
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CARD DEBT INTO
ONE LOW PAY-
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with 5 year Guaran-
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(513)478-1237.
Equal Housing
Lender.
WE BUY
MORTGAGES
Are you collecting
payments on a mort-
gage? Wny wait
years lor payments?
Call (800) 282-1251
340
Home Repair
- MAYBE YOU can
do it yourself.
but will you?
,Dave Koppin Home
Improvement, Inc.
Specializing in In-
'surance estimates,
. Home improve-
menrs, mainte-
nance, sheetrock
and ceilings.
(850) 626-6944.
345
Lawn Care
CLARK'S LAWN
CARE General
Maintenance & All
Types of Tractor
Work - Licensed &
Insured. Call: Mike
Clark at 626-2428

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

''HIGH SCHOOL
TEENAGER
Does lawn care in
the Pace,'Milton
area. Most yards
$25 Call Chad al:
983-8887 or 982-
2847 (cell)_
PAGE'STREE
SERVICE
Trim, cut & remove
Call: 626-2159 ii no
answer. please leave
Sme:-sage i
FIREWOOD $50 a
load and up
350
Senior Care


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Affordable Home
Care Services.
Highly Qualified
Personal Care
Givers Includes
CNA and HHA
Available up to 24.
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week. Serving San-
la Rosa and Es-
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Ouality Home
Health Care Since
1990
"A Helping Hand
and A Gentle Heart'
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402
Apartments
DUPLEX FOR RENT
2/BR 2,BA very nice
and spacious. Fire-
place and a great lo-
catiion in Milton,
$700min and $700
deposit. Call' 626-
9020.



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Apartments

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850-623-0609,
SMALL EFFICIENCY
apartment. Nice &
clean. All uiililies fur-
nished. rent from
month 10 month)
$500. month, $400.
dep. 995-1717
404
Commercial
FOR LEASE
1800 sq. ft. office
space. new H&A,
carpel, vinyl and
paint. Call; 623-5618
NEWLY REMOD-
ELED Office Spaces
Available for rent
$200-$250(
conveniently located
across the street
from Santa Rosa
County Counnrouse
Call 850-623-0208
lor details

406
Homes
2BR/2BA
EXCELLENT condi-
tion with deep waler
dock. Blackwater
Bay,very secluded &
quiel neighborhood.
$895.'mo $500.dep.
994-0667
3BED/2BA 1 year
old uniurnisred
house. Siove, reirig-
erator, dishwasher &
garage. Genesis
Park Subdivision
No pers. no HUD
Credit check
$925 mo $975 dep
748-3046
3BR/2BA HOME lor
rent. All appliances
included $950.'mo.
Call. 380-8844
CONVENIENT TO
Whiting, New 1715
SF 3'2. 2 car garage
bullet in 2005. $1095
plus deposit TMGR
Property Manag-
ment 572-1258

FIRSTTIME
'BUYERS
Why rent when you
can own? Free
computerized list of
riomes available
with no money
down*, under
$1,300/month
Free recorded
message:
1-800-823-4890
ID #5051
*Some conditions apply
Coastal Homes Realty Inc.

FOR RENT
2BR/1BA Home
2850 Myree Lane
Pace $800/mo.


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

SANTA ROSA
REALTY
623-0077
NEW 4BR/2BA all
appliances included
lovely neighborhood,
large lot. $1250 mo.
Call fo appointment
995-8588.


406
Homes
FOR RENT 3,'BR
2'B Completely re-
modled, fenced in
backyard. 2 car ga-
rage, washer/dryer,
retridgerator and
lawncare included.
Pace School Disirict.
$950mih. Available
May 1st. Call 850-
529-5800.
FOR RENT
3BR, 1BA on 1 acre
in Bagdad avail.
April 1st.
895mo'895dep in-
cludes garbage., no
smokers. no pets
Call Janet:
206-3666
HOME FOR RENT
Ouiet, clean off
street parking
3BR.2BA. screened
porch, fenced back-
yard, Downlown His-
toric Milton Long
term lease required.
$1000/mo plus utilit-
ies Call: (8501 983-
7807 Pets OK!
HOUSE FOR RENT
Milton - 3.BR 1,-B
Clear with lots of
yard. $600mih wiln
$600 deposit. Call:
626-9020.
HOUSES FOR
RENT in Milton &
Pace 3BR.'2BA
double car garage
& fenced yard
$925'mo $700dep.
Call 981-0495
NEW HOMES FOR
RENT in Milton
3BR/2BA, 1,260
sq ft. 241h Ave off
DelMonte $975,mo
SunCoast Pro Real-
ty 432-8448 or call
Tracey: 393-9255
Barbara. 390-0824


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408
Land
"LOCATION. LO-
CATION, Location"
Time to buy. IN-
VESTORS &
BUILDERS Great
Buildable Lois For
Sale in one ol Fiori-
da's Fasiesi Grow-
ing Areas Fort
Myers i888)558-
0032.
ASHEVILLE, NC
AREA ACREAGE
Private. gated
mountain community
with over 4 miles of
riverfront 1 to 8+
acres from the $60s.
Incredible views'
Custom community
lodge witn mountain
spas. riverwalk. Call
i8661292-5762 Bear
River Lodge.

LAND FOR SALE
Reier to
Classilicalion
#510
MONTANA MOUN-
TAIN PARADISE
Great - mountain
views! 2.29 acres
just $59,990. .Ride,
out your back door
to millions 01 acres
of national forest.
Close to Canyon
Ferry Lake, minutes
to Helena Soils test-
ed, utilities, ready to
build. Call owner
.(866)365-6103.


408
Land
NORTH GEORGIA
Gated Mountain
Community. New
Homes close to In-
frastructure. One
Hour North of Atlan-
La. Goll, Tennis,
Lake, Pools, -Info
www benttreegeor-
gia com.
ONE ACRE Ideal for
mobile home or dou-
ble wide 143'X305'.
high & dry, located
near cul-de-sac on
Sleepy Hammock
$29,500 ERA Bill
Wallace Realty Call:
Donna Cloman 850-
626-8082.
RURAL HUNTING
Timber Land For
Sale 222 2 acres,
$2500'acre. Atkin-
son County, Geor-
gia. Call for info
1334)393-5036 or
t13341464-4004.
TN WATERFRONT
MOUNTAIN PROP-
ERTY Scenic home-
sites surrounding
Lake Barkley. 1-to 6
acre view sites & 5
to 40 acre privacy
sues from Ire 40's.
90 mm to Nashville.
Grand opening of
Phase II on now!
Call (866)339-4966.
410
Mobile Homes
2001 Model Horton
HomeLIKE NEW
3'BR 2,.BA 16 X76
2 wood porches.
carport & metal
shed
on 1 acre of land.
EAST MILTON nice
corner lot 3BR,'2BA
14X70 Nice storage
room & covered pa-
tio $450/mo + $250
deposit. Water &
garbage included.
Call: 623-1159
FOR RENT
2 bdr front kitchen
on 1/4 lot with porch.
Easlgale mobile
home ranch 623-
8973
FOR RENT
2BR Iront dining-
room on Avalon
Blvd. Call: 626-8973
FOR RENT
2BRi2BA total elec-
iric Easigate mobile
.home ranch Call.
626-8973
FOR RENT
mobile home
3BR/2BA double
wide. total elec. rio
pels 750mo.'500 dep
5345 Spruce St.
Navarre Call: 994-
7918










FOR RENT East
Milton. 3-BR 2.B.,
couble-wide mobile
home on 2 acres.
Beautiful country liv-
ing, shaded, private,
island kitcrien. ceil-
ing' fans, fireplace,
large, screened
porch, open deck,
and small car shed
$900-.mo, Is[ & last
month's rent, and
$300.00 deposit.
850-261-6571 or
850-623-5049 Tues-
Fri , ..


412
Rooms For Rent
ROOM FOR
Rent. large room.
included utilities,
wasner/dryer, share
kitchen, near Kings
Middle School $75
per week.
Call 626-2786
ROOM FOR RENT
to individual.
$300/mo + $300'dep
Pay 1/3-1/2 of elec-
tincwater bills. No
smoking. drugs or
pets. Kitchen, wash-
er.'dryer, phone privi-
leges. Located off
Berrynill Rd.- Milton
572-0396 or 623-
0185


414
Roommates
Wanted
ROOMMATE
WANTED
mature adult female
to share small
home. non-smoking
enviroment.includes
utilities, must have
references 300mo
100dep Call' 626-
8748
416
Vacation & Resort


VACATION HOME
Come to the Smoky
Mountains! Two
Rivers Lodge or
Hwy. 19 Has rooms
w'kitchenettes,
beds & sola beds
on 2 rivers 5 miles
from Cherokee,
North Carolina Ca-
sinos, rafting, hiking
available. Call:
(8501 450-6342 or
1-828-488-2284
www.iworivers
lodgenc.corn







452
Apartments
MOTIVATED IN-
VESTOR wants ' to
Liquidale 2 Units in
Jade Beach. Sunny
Isle, FL. 381h Floor
Unit 'E' and 28th
Floor Unit 'C'.
e-mail:
RMW'@ ROCK-
LANDFINANCIAL C
OM or Call Robert
1818)224-4555.





504
Commercial
COMMERCIAL
PROPERTY Down-
lown Hisioric Miliorn
Call for info: 983-
7807
DOG KENNEL in
Milton w.'ohice,
grooming area &
tenced year
$700 mo Call Carla-
255-3889
MILTON OFFICE
w/detached 1,000 sf
warehouse/storage.
Perfect' for contrac-
torl $650/mo Call
Carl-. 255-3an9


506
Homes
3 OR 4 BR/2BA.
1900 sq.h. ranch
style home oft of
Willard Norris for
sale. $135,000
Corner lot & great
neighborhood!
Call: (850) 937-0475
AVAILABLE NOW!
MILTON 3BR/11/2
BA home. Large
open deck fireplace,
vaulted LR ceiling,
ceiling fans, central
heat & air. Over-
sized garage.
fenced in yard. NO
PETS. $750imo Ref-
erences, credit re-
port fee & $600/dep.
6017 Syrcle Ave
Call- 623-1778 or
221-6014
FOR RENT Brand
new brick home in
Milton 1330 sq ht
w/2 car garage on
1.3 acre. $1050irmo.
No dogs allowed!
Call: (8501 384-9405
HOME FOR sale 4
bed. 2bath all new
appliances included
approx 2400 sq.ft
large lot in nice
neighborhood
$220,000. Call 850-
380-8844.

NO MONEY DOWN
Free computerized
list of properties
available with no
down payment
Free recorded
message.
1-800-823-4890
ID 5053
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STONEBROOK
VILLAGE Pace
4BR.2BA in gated
golf course com-
munity. 2,092 sq. h
Great neighborhood
w.'good , schools
5624 Sandstone Dr.
Asking $291,900
Call: 1850) 994-6914
510
Land
5 ACRES fenced
pasture for sale.
Located off
Munson
Hwy, Indian Ford
Rd. Close to Cold
Water Creek.
$90,000 957-8784
or 554-5237 -
LAND FOR RENT
Reter to
Classification
#408


NEW TO MARKET
M.-llon, FL Four 3 or
4 acre approved,'
surveyed individual
building sites on
paved shared drive-
way off a paved
county road. Level,
usable acreage
lo wetlands.
Private & quiet
Beautiful property.
$79,000 - $89,000
Brochure. OWNER:
(860i 567-4604 or
webs.ie:
Waww 'towersi5rn l::irm

TIMBERLINE
DRIVE 1.2 Acre lot
in established Milton
neighborhood.
Beautiful trees,
quiel street.
$30,000 Call:
232-2789 before
5pm and 626-
7340 after 7om.


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1149 70,600
1257' 78,100
1341 83,000
1418 83,900
1510 86,800
1525 87,600
1579 90,600
1586 98,100
1610 91,200
1622 95,000
1713 97,300
1812 101,300
1812 101,700
1833 , 116,600
1949 108,400
2129 131,300
2215 126,300
2495 155,000
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Land


PACE ACREAGE
Beautiful 5 acre lot
in Woodbine Hills
Can be subdivided.
Partially cleared
w/good access to
Sweet Bay Dr Look
for "For Sale" sign
on corner of Sweel
Bay/Woodgien.
$199,000 Call
(251) 463-4329 for
more info.



SECLUDED &
SERENE

*NW of NAs Whit-
ing Field

* 20 Placid acres
zoned agricultural

' 3 mobile homes,
garage, barn, shed

- $263,000

S626-6767











SECLUDED &
SERENE

* NW of NAS Whit-
ing Field

' 20 Placid acres
zoned agricultural

- 3 mobile homes,
garage, barn, shed

-$263,000

* 626-6767



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

SECLUDED 6
ACRES NE of
Milton - 10 minutes
from Blackwaler
State Park
Two 1999 Palm
Harbor modular
hriomes. 3BR/ 2BA,
frontiback porch
on both, shop.
storage, fully
stocked lish pond.
4 acres fenced
pasture beautiful
family homesile
Must sell lor
medical reasons
$300,000 for all
Call:
1850) 957-8784 or
(850) 554-5237


556
Homes
NEAR BAXLEY,
GA. 6,200 sqft cy-
press houseilodge
on 95 acres with 3
acre pond. Excellent
location, Deautitul
home. Hunting &
Fishing Paradise.
$650,000. (9121632-
8916.
WESTERN NEW
MEXICO Private 62
acre ranch $110,990
Mi. views, trees, roll-
ing hills, pasture-
, land, borders BLM
1930's stone home-
stead with 2 barns.
Horseback riding,
hiking, hunting. Per-
!ect family ranch,
electricity. 100%'c fi-
nancing. NALC
(8661 365-2825
558
Investments
1060 ACRE farm in
North Arkansas
Pasture, timber.
great deer and tur-
key hunting. 6 ponds
& 35 acre lake.
$1,500,000
Mossy Oak Proper-
lies of the Ozarks
1800) 783-6634


COASTAL NC
WATERFRONT
1.5 Acres $99.900
Beautifully
wooded,
great views,
pristine shoreline,
deep boatable
waler! Enjoy
access to ICW,
Sound Atlantic.
Paved road,
underground
utilities.
Excellent
financing!
Call now: (800)
732-6601 x 1510


558
Investments
DESTIN, FLORIDA
Directly or, in Waier
NEW Boutique Hotel
Harbor Beach, Pool
Steps to Finest Res-
taurants. Minutes to
Gulf, Golf, Shop-
ping. Introductory
Rate. www innon-
destinharborcomrn
(800) 874-0470
FINAL CLOSEOUT-
Lake Bargains! April
8- 9. Water access
from $34,900 with
FREE Boat Slips.
PAY NO CLOSING
COSTS! Huge
$5,000 savings on
beautifully wooded
parcels at 34,000
acre lake Tennes-
see. Enjoy unlimited
water recreation.
Surrounded by state
forest. Excellent ti-
nancing! Call
(8001704-3154, x
722 TN Land Part-
ners, LLC.
INVESTMENT OR
RECREATIONAL
Properties in the
BEAUTIFUL STATE
OF GEORGIA. Con-
tact PeachState at
1866) 300-7653 or
visit our property lor
sale section at
www.rubuyingrea-
lestate.com
GAL2550
NORTH CAROLINA
Cool Mountain Air,
Views & Streams,
Homes, Cabins &
Acreage
FREE BROCHURE
(800) 642-5333.
Realty Of Murphy
317 Peachtree St.
Murphy N.C. 28906.
- ' all-. ii: l i.jr-,r ,- : .T
WEST CENTRAL
Florida Real Estate
Wayne Cormier
Gate House Realty
waynecormier corn
your website to Flor-
ida's Nature Coast
Real Estate in Citrus
County. Call
(352) 422-0751


558
. Investments
THOROUGHBRED -
HORSE FARM 67
acres $689,900'
Beautiful stone-
home. huge barns.
indoor arena, 70+
stalls, lush fenced
paddocks, nice set-'
ting on quiet country
lane' 3 1/2 hrs NYC"
Call now! 1877)909
5263 http-/'horse-
farm upsiatenyland -
com.

560
Land
FLA, ARK, & TENN
lots for sale at bar-
gain prices. Building
lots are still a great
investment. Call to-
day 1772) 215-7625'
or visit
www.loisales.us
FOR SALE
Rural Hunting
Timber land 222.2
acres, $2500/acre.
Atkinson County,
Georgia. Call for into
13341 393-5036 or
1334) 464-4004
GEORGIA
BLAIRSVILLE IN
THE NORTH
GEORGIA MOUN-
TAINS. Land,
Homes, Commercial
& Investment. "EV-
ERYTHING WE
TOUCH TURNS TO
SOLD" Jane Baer
Realty. (706)745-
2261, 1800)820-
7829 www.Ianebaer-
realty.cor, janeba-
er@alltel.net
ALAN LOWERY

GOLF LOT SALE'
Blue Ridge Moun-
tains' Near Asne-
ville. NC. Beaunfully
wooded homesites
on 18-hole Dye de-
signed golf course.
Unbelievable incen-
tives. Call toll-free
18666334-3253
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25. Asian cuisine
27. Periphery
29. Fight like a pirate
32. Bridge positions
33. Tips (over)
34. Labor gp.
36. "Do others . . ."
37. One of the James
brothers
38. Where some work
out (abbr.)
39. Two: prefix
40. Regular paths
41. Solemn
42. Allot fairly.
44. Dancer Ben
45. Wordplays
46. Measure of length
47. Strong point
50. Obi, for one
51. Traffic tie-up


54. Affectations
57. First Dog, once
58. Michael Jordan, to
court fans
59. Free from bondage
60. Decorates, as a cake
61. Like grass in the mist
62. Tripod for Tanguy
63. o__but (gets by)

DOWN
1. Harlequin gem
2. Ju.rez coin
3. Electronic device
4. 'Have a late repast
5. Strive
6. Dales
7. Not any, down home
8. And so forth (abbr.)
9. Teeny
10. Feline favorite
11. "When I was ...
(2 wds.)
12. Have a tantrum
13. Twisted the truth
19. Some tides
21. Nibbles
24. Wise
25. Part of a plait
26. Golfer Irwin
27. Emulate the
Capulets and
Montagues
28. __ the white flag
(surrendered)
(2 wds.)


Sign, on the Seine
Spotted owl's alleged
nemesis
Carson, e.g.
Contemporary of
Shelley -
Alert
Arp or Anouilh
Days gone by
Force
(Lancaster film) -
Brother of Abel
Unabashedly
Boat
Ike's wife
During .
"Smooth Operator"
singer
Winter precipitation
Concordes, e.g.
Downwind
Where to read a
missal
Part of a French
address
One million
(2 wds.)
Annoyed cry








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560
Land
NORTH CAROLINA
MOUNTAIN, LAKE
LOTS. Deep water
dockable lots from
$134 900 New
Properties Now
Available' NClake-
front cornm Realty
(8001659-6017 or
8281228-6199
www nclakefront co
m.
TENNESSEE
- MOUNTAIN
ACREAGE
Gated mountain
community border-
ing a large lake.
Spectacular views.
Community boat
ramp, private boat
slips. Between Chat-
tanooga & Knoxville
Call today:
18661292-5769
Gates of me River
TN
WATERFRONT
MOUNTAIN
PROPERTY
Scenic home-
sites surrounding
Lake Barkley 1 to
.6 acre view sites
& 5 to 40 acre
privacy sites from .
the $40's. 90 min
to Nashville
Grand opening
of Phase II
coming soon!
Call (866) 339-
4966
WATERFRONT
BARGAINS!
Lake Access from
$202.monrhl" Direct
Lakefront starting at
$99,9001 ONE DAY
ONLY LAND SALE!
SATURDAY,
MARCH 25, 2006
Just 20 ,minutes
from Augusla, GA
Excellent financing
available Call today
ior an early appoint-
ment' 1888) LAKE-
SALE x 1030
"Based on purchase
price of $39,900 w,
S100c down, fixed
rate of 6.750% for 5


560
Land
yrs, 15-year term
w/balloon payment
due at the end of 5
yrs. Terms and rates
subject to change
without notice. Void
where prohibited by
law.




704
Livestock
PUREBRED TEXAS
LONGHORN bull
calves Call. 623-
6820
706
Livestock Supplies


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


708
Pets
FREE TO GOOD
HOME.3 yr. old
black male dog.
Must have large
yard'high fence.
Free spirited & good
natured. Great
w!childreni Call:
623-8250
GERMAN SHEP-
HERD Excellent
coat, 13 months old,
all vaccinations,
obedience trained.
$200 w accessories
Call: 292-8765
KITTENS, ADORA-
BLE, playful, free to
loving home, litter
box trained. Call
994-7733
PUPPIES FOR sale
mixed lab $20 each.
626-6767


712
Lost & Found
PETS
FOUND CAT SI-
mease declawed.
missing for a while
Found in Pea Ridge
area. Please call:
994-7731.
FOUND PREG-
NANT BLACK LAB
Ior just delivered) at
the intersection of
NJorthrop & Willard
Norns Rd. around 5
pm on 3/27 Call:
983-0033

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

LOST 2 Male long
hair chiahaus, 1 light
brown and 1 dark
brown both wearing
red bandanas. Last
seen on Hwy 87N
near Tom Thumb.
Please return family
pets. Reward if
found. Call:983-
7965.
LOST 9 month old
white & black medi-
um hair dog look like
a Springer Spaniel.
Lost in vicinity of
Stewart St. Reward
offer. 626 - 6444 or
516 - 5445
LOST BEAGLES in
East Milton area.
Right after Dennis
near the end of July.
1 male, 1 lemale.
Please call with any
information 626-
2428 or 516-7983.

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


806
Appliances
FOR SALE
gas dryer $75 Call-
626-4266

PLACE
YOUR AD
HERE


812
Farm Equipment
4004 FORD Tractor
$5,000.00. 6610
Ford Tractor
$6,000.00 and other
equipment. Call Roy
at 623-6046.
814
Furniture
NEW LARGE
sectional sofa w.2
recliners & sleeper
Lt. brown stain-
resistant fabric
$1,000 OBO Call:
623-3519
818
Lawn Equipment
FOR SALE- Murray
12.5 h.p., 38 in. cut
riding lawnmower
w/dump cart. New
less than 20 hours
running time. $700.
983-2779.
824
Office Equipment
FOR SALE
Large blonde oak
computer desk. 3ft
wide 5ft high stand-
ard height. $500 or
best offer. Call: 994-
1396.


826
Sporting Goods


SANTA ROSA Gun
& Knife Show. San.
ta Rosa Co. Audito.
rium, Old Bagdad
Hwy., Milton April
22-23 2006 9a.m -
5p m. Buy, Sell,
Trade. Admission.
Adults $4, 12 & un-
der Free. Call Billy
Rogers @ 850-957-
4952 for more info
or for Tables $35
2-days). For Eaory
C11e6 5LS31.iA l lrG Lul',CI ea
.r ioaod 'guri-" ai1A1 .a b'y
viS Orr or r l'l, r l
gunr rmu- i,.E opFr.



830
Miscellaneous
For Sale
AIR TANK 60 gal-
lons, compressor
went kaput, but the
storage tank is per-
fect! $60 firm Call:
981-9554
BUILDING SALE
"Go DirectjSavel"
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 1800) 668-
5422.
BUILDING SALE
'Rock Bonom Prrcesi
20x30 Now $4100.
25x40 $6200
30x50 $9,800.
40x80 $18,400
Extensive range of
sizes and models
Ends/accessories
optional
Pioneer i800l668-5422
METAL ROOFING
Save $$$ Buy direct
from manufacturer.
20 colors in stock
with all accessories.
Quick turn around'
Delivery available
Toll Free: (8881 393-
0335


830
Miscellaneous
For Sale
BUILDING SALE!
Beat Next Increase'
20x26 Now $4200
25x30 $5800
30x40 $9200
40x60 $14,900
Extensive range of
sizes and models.
Front end optional
Pioneer
1800) 668-5422

DEMO HOMESITES
WANTED NOWI
For the NEW Kayak
Pool! Tne On-
Ground Pool with
In-ground Features!
Unique Opportunity.
SAVE $$. Call:
(8661 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.
Tomatoes,strawber-
ries, squash, etc..
HANDICAPPED
PORTABLE shower
unit wipump, hosing
& shower chain.
Never been used.
$3,000
Call: 623-3519
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
Wooltolk Ranch
(580 334-8294
I WILL remove junk
vehicles for free
Call: 306-5397 or
957-4761

NEW STANDING
frame for handicap-
ped person. $2000
Call. 623-3519


830
Miscellane
For Sale





We Deliver & I
Centipedi
St. Augusti
Bermuda
Balled Pine S
Call us first, Saw
Call us last Save I
Hwy. 87 So."
626-85

STEEL BUIl
SOLUTIONS.
ufacturer
Priced to sell
to Last. Fe.
clear span d
Extensive ran
sizes and m
Pioneer 80
5422.




Centipec
Farm Dir
We Deli
434-004
TWO 8 foot r
permacast co
6 inch diami
w/caps & ba
Call: 623-3
WOLFF TAI
BEDS Buy
and Savel Ful
units from
monthly FREE
Catalog CAL
DAYI 1800)84;
www.np.elstan

832
Miscellane
Wanted

GLASS CRA
needs empty
soft drink ottli
kinds. Not ne
rily collector!
tons. Will pi
983-8042.
PAY CASH fc
cars or trucks
ning or not
983-9527


ous
e





install
ee
ne
itraw

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dllIon
"rn'


832
Miscellaneous
Wanted

WANTED TO BUY-
Lincoln Wheat Cents
and Old Coins
Single coins, accu-
mulations. entire col-
lections. Littleton
Coin Company
Since 1945 Call
1800 ) 581-2646
e-mail coinbuy @'lit-
tietoncoin com.
Mention code


7i| B8K720
WANTED TO Buy.
LDING Morgan Silver Dol-
"Man- lars and Old US
Direct" Coins. Single coins,
- Built accumulations, en-
aturing tire collections. Lit-
design. tieton Coin Compa-
nge of ny Since 1945 Call
models. 800,581-2646, e-
)0)668- mail coinbuvy'little-
toncoin.com. Men-
tion code B8K920.
WE BUY HOUSES
Sell yours quick and
easy. Fast Cash,
de- Fast Closing, Any
re n. Situation OK.
ver I www.buymyman-
66 sion.com, (877)239-
9761.
round
)lumns 834
meters Lost & Found
ises. MERCHANDISE
519
1 NG FOUND
Direct In Loving Memory
ll Body of Jack Ferrara
$22 a card. Please call
Color 623-3616 and ask
L TO- for Tracie
2-1305
FOUND
co. Boating & Fishing
equipment left be-
,ous hind at boat launch
I at bridge by the Riv-
- ' erwalk. Please call
AFTER 983-8243 to identity.
lnoo -


giass
es, lall
,cessa-
s edi-
ck up.

or junk
s. Run-
t. Call


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


902
Auto Supplies
FOR SALE Toolbox
for GMC Sierra price
$100.00. Call 623-
5073 ask for Rebbe-
ca.
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
2003 HONDA
ACCORD
RED 2DR, leather,
CD player, all power
63,000 $17.900
Call: William at 850-
529-7351.

PLACE

YOUR

AD HERE

906
Boats
15FT GHENEE
BOAT 4HP Johnson
Trailor $1400.00.
994-8675
93 JOHNSON MO-
TOR 25HP, Shaft
and tiller handle
$1200.00.994-8675
BASS STALKER
30LB thrust Trolling
motor and battery to
go with it.
Call. William 850-'
529-7351.
VLX BLAZER
BASS BOAT 17.6 ft
Merc XR-4 150HP
SS prop $4,000.
994-8675
908
Farm Equipment
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 ex-
tras everything new
Call: 983-2296 or
206-4008
912
Motor Homes
1995 FLEETWOOD
Jamboree Search-
er C-Class, excel-
lent condition, load-
ed $15,9500. Milton.
Call: 850-814-8767.

28FT 2006
TRAIL CRUISER
5th Wheel RV
Still under warranty!
Save thousands!
$25,000 new
Sell for $19,500
EXTRAS
Call: 983-7764

FOR SALE
1976 Dodge Gigi
motor home needs
batteries $899 OBO
Call: 626-4266


918
Trucks
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






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'DAY BY DAY Quality Fencing
Competitive pricing Icr all of your rlencing needs
t . Locally licensed,
owned
and operated.
We look toward
0r , to your call.
Ne lericing or repairs
Call 850-529-3546
Ldaybydayfencing @ gmail.com


BOBCAT AND TRACTOR WORK
Driveway. Culverts. Light Land Clearing
Site Prep and Clean Up
Fill Dirt, Brown Dirt and
Limerock Hauling
Michael Porter
983-9888 or 393-8411
Tony Joiner
(850)554-3460


Insured
&
Licensed


H-ouse


Painting

304-9680


* Also Removes
Roots, Bushes, Hedgerows
* Backyard Accessible
* Local Contractor-Retired USN
Senior Discount
Licensed 232-8746 Insured


All lypes oT -ences
New Installation and Repairs.
Specializing in Privacy Fences
Our privacy fences are built win SCREWS
Free E;irralnie Loc,ally Ovwr.�
L,,:en.-e & InSurea
485-2532

0 ' 0, l


EMRAD COAST LAWN, SERVICES"


Locally Owned and Operated
Commercial and Residential
Licensed & Insured /



AND TREE
SERIES$
FOR FREE ESTIMATES CREDIT CARDS OK
5% off
GRADING, MULCHING, WEEDING,
TRIMMING, NEW BEDS,
OLD BEDS, REDONE,
CLEAN-UPS, CLEARING, STUMP
GRINDING, TREE REMOVAL.
(850) 529-5650 :,


Field Electric,


Lic. # ER13013420


COMMERCIAL * RESIDENTIAL
GENERATOR INSTALLATION
William

850-791-4381

COASTAL PAINTING &6
REPAIRS
, HWe do it all!
' Residential &
Commercial
Free Estimates!
Call Joey:

(850) 549-7512

LAWN SERVICE
Mowing, edging & trimming. Dependable
and reasonable rates


RESIDENTIAL & COMMERCIAL
Call: 393-2032


Coker's Lawn & �
Tractor Service
From r/rmr ,.'g o f/Orr acior v
& Clean-ups � Raking
. Hauling -Mowing
Bushhogging - Dirt Work
Reasonable Rates - Free Estimates
(850) 529-0434
(850) 623-0493
Licersied & Insiured


13


SMF


Home Improvements
N.F., Inc...
'Insured
SLicensed
Free Estimates " -,
"25 Years Experience r. ,..
*tD ijr.o6 Tjoo Small"
q850) 981-3936 anytime


Historic District, Downtown Milton
Beaulilul building & surrounding grounds
provide an ideal setting for your celebration
renral available for meetings. wedding
receptions. anniversary &
birthdayv parties, etc.


'V STUMP -
REMOVAL
TREE
SERVICE

(850) 449-6757


Douo's LAWN SERVICE


"Owner operated and a local yocal"
Call 850-324-9149
or 623-5370




Quality workmanship on your


privacy fencing needs
Ark Lewis Pace FL


Owner


(350) 654-1087


Licensed
Good Fences Make Good Nwghbo


e 6 Backhoe Work ",,
e0 Stump & Tree Removale
Hurricane Clean-up
'Dirt Work
No Job Too Big or Small
Rrwun RallIard


D&D
,Remodeling
General Contractor
All Types Home Maintenance
,-ul- : .:, Fl,:,,r * cr.: ,-* r..,, ,'a ,:,
DE.--�-. * T-i-. Pluw ribt..ri.g E. irc.r,-
| . r..j; - C.r.'lr .:i r, Cleani..
Fre: ,ure WA r-,,,-,g * P ,niin. * El.
FREE Cell# 261-1173
ESTIMATES Cell# 261-3598


YOGA CLASSES
A union of mind. body & spirit!
Classes for all ages held in Pace &
Million. For more info call
Halli at:
Celestial Inspiration (Pacel 995-4288
Priorites Gymf {Mfton) 623-1045
..- "Bring voir oi nn
ioga.ipat rhorro\t oneofpuii"


Mike Kaylor r New Hope Painting'
C -en t Mason & Wallpapering
Interior & Elerior * Residentat
Patios * Driveways * Walks * Drywall
* Pressure Cleaning
Free Eslimaies Ouaiiitv ork * Wallpapering
No ob 100oo small Afforjable prices. * Carpentry Work
850-994 O 0897 -Call the Ericksens today!
7238-2550 * 023-8034
. . .... .... . *jaB ~a~~' 1 .....' tr., �: ..�, (.,i: ,i- ,-T.:.,,i ./ ''


Jeff Busby Land
Clearing Inc.
J " Septic tank
S installation and
/, repairs
*1 Call:

S 983-8822




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



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


DAN'S TRACT
WORKS
LICENSED & INSURED
Bush-Hogging Discing
Front-End Loading
Debris Removal
Cell (850)529-8718
Home (850)623-8697
Dan Francisco
Owner


Visiting Angels

* In home ,
- Companionship ,,
* Meals
- Light housework
* Errands



rNeed Stucco Workk


LICENSIbU ANU IrN'UH-U
Conventional and Synthetic Systernms
698-8327




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626-91644



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All Steel Construction
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